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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 17 November 1909

o ©. m> © O r--> (53)' «tí • Terss. O 0 O © o o o r o o, o ó o Semi-Weekly Courier-Times. VOLUME XXVI. '■v J TYLER, TEXAS. Wl DM MMV. NOVKMIil'U 17. 1DU« \ I'M ltl.lt 02. SNOW FALLING WEST TEXAS ) V ,*ÍI m < tf.I hi .'1 Dalhart, Tex., Nov. Hi.—Snow Hur- ries this morning followed a sudden drop in the temperature in this sec- tion of the Panhandle. Sold wave is moving southward through North and Central Texas. Indications for more .«now here. A PROMINENT SAN ANTONIO WOf^AN KILLS HER HUSBAND i? >4 Vi f s It $ i I ¡a ■ I I r p W m •¿¡J \L I Í I i i! i El Paso Gets Snow and Rain, Special to Courier-Times. El Paso, Tex., Nov. 13.—Slert and enow is falling today between Marta and Valentine and hard rain v.ith a ►•tiff north, rn wind at Marathon and Tabor. H<a\Iest rain in two years is reported at Colorado City. (From Monday's Daily.) Get Out Yohi- Blankets. Pnow is falling in Northwv*t Tex- as today, and the weather bureau here report." colder weather for to- morrow. Shower...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 17 November 1909

o p iO O o o O os í: v iBy . 3L J I ./ m ' « . e If ) ! | I I p ) f 1 J °. t. • ' :1\ # I t -■ „l ) 2 1 j a •i . ■ • i > ■ ' ?í -S'i .• % ) . / . ° ••i ¡ y " S? ' i> i •' * ■ .-''í1 ,, ..a • A ** , c*? Q U 1 r V" í * pc.::« O a ¡¡KMI-VFKSKL# wrntrit-ttww o \\ ID\IM>AV, NOVEMBER t-, IW>® lUMMitlW ■ Semi - Weekly Gotifier* limes i'ított ten \nt jk mw Mit r.toxs. BT Tftc Cctírier-Tímes PubHshing Co lacorporaud DAILY SEMI-WEEKLY Wi&Xs'jit 'LouiVímlHi oí Inst *LVxai> Farmer*' Untor lias iwutil the ftUnwng' "Why should th« faino r become- alarmed v.hou th< effort i/> nr*de to bnuit lit; otton mark.t'? Do jog TEXAS GETS $2,200,000 í. A UNftsEY, ... K. A MoDOCGAU F. E P.AFFERTY, not realize that up to 2ate there hu.s liten more th*n¡ ... , .. .. ¡ fipf t'iil to C'ourlt r-Times. a m¡II «n ulfa 1.'Mí Binn.J thiin t.irre wtr* the «dn H * , \\ ashington. Nov. 12. — Gmerrl d««te l iNt >«'«11"'.' And ><t the reo Ipts up to date ar* ■ thief >f engine rs of t*n ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 17 November 1909

o «oI GO ocf3 a © r, 0 ioh @£3' •© WTDXKsl \Y. \0\ KtfHI U I". 1 (I« -Jo( .-aag£W2 a CD WILL HAVE MM GiKL MEN'S CLOTHES KNIUJITS OV PYTHIAS ARK ASK- ING FOU 1WNQCET EVJÜS- IXG or NOV. 18. JEWELS TO BE PRESENTED i Members Who Ha\e Reen in Good .Standing 25 Years to be K*Mvard*\]. The Knights e>f Pythias. No. 27, are preparing to have a his time at cas- Ue Hall, on the evening of November 3$, the purpose being to distribute Veterans' Jewels to members of the lodge who have be*n In good stand- ing for 25 years continuously. Following is a copy of the Invita- tion sent out: Jss 1-1303. Castle Hall, Tyler Lodge No. D7, Knights of Pythias. Tyler, Texa*. November IS. 1900, PPXLVt. Rrother—Veu are cordially invite .! ta attend a Social Session and Ran- <iuet to be given in honor of thn Twenty-Kighth Anniversary of Tyler ]*Hlgf No. 2Í, Knights of Pythias, Castip Hail, Thursday, November Eighteenth, Nineteen Hundred Nine, Seven thirty o'clock. For Knights only. PR OGHAM. 1. Opening Lodg...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 17 November 1909

o o, W© 1 m \ I i \¡m l í \: r h mm. :. 'I ' , J .} , j o I • '< i| : r * rai' m 11? i i > Wf I. P \ 0 WKOXrsDW, XOVIOMMIH IT. 1 «" © SIMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. £3tS&' •\r- Semi • Weekly Courier- Times BY The Courier-Times Publishing Co. Incorporated DAILY SEMI-WEEKLY . LINUS K Y Uditoi McDOUGAL. Associate Editor Business Manager Hi A. L . J J A jJtlcn ratea, 50 cents per month by ?arrk*r, or by F. E. '00 per year- red at Tyl.r, Texas, Poatofflee as Second Class Ku Mall Matter. Office of publication, 211-213 N. Broadway, Tyler, Tex A reflection appearing In these columns concerning any Individual, will be cheefully corrected If brought to the attention of the Ldlior. ~51 --BOTH PHONES—51 T1IE 1'IUiENT NEED OF OOOD ROADS. Col. B. y Yoakum's aptech lit l>;illu.« luring tho fair f>nnt* ln d innnv ilno things of mtvest to town people and <•< uniry people uIíkc, 'J'hire i.s a whole sermon In hla remarks c«.n<erning tlie turd .if good . roads in the < nuntry, a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 17 November 1909

°o o WKI Xrs|).\V. NOYF.MRDR i;. n ¡> Till" HAM Y COlRIIli-TlMlS. nrfinr-irir mr m r——nr ■ mil mmm i> I' C>f) UBLHTY HILL SMI CONTESTANT LEADS IN THE CONTEST THIS WEEK Mrs. L. J. Bowman Starts 5800 Votes From Winone, Starville Pine Springs, Liberty Hiii District fourth Premium. I 'our! 11 IMi'tnlum. <■„ *\y x . ■* • ■ _.. . v MISS JESS IE HOLMES SECOND IN RACE ALL DISTRICTS REPREMiXTKD exckpt Tiir-j o>cex, arp, TRO UP 15 DISTRICT — OTHKli R KPRESKXTATI VMS WANTED TX ALL DISTRICTS. votes MRS. L.J. HOWMAX, for Lib- erty Hill si h ml, represent i ng the \\ Inon.;, stnrrvllle, Pine Springs, Liberty Hill district. 3800 MISS .IKSSli: IIOI.M FS. Lin- dale, Swan atu! lied Springs di.-trii I ¡¡200 MUS. LAl'RA lí. WOOD. Xn m day, Flint, Dullard. Pleasant Retreat (list; L-t 2S0O MI S LKXA I5ROWX. Undule. lied Springs, Sv.an distrlet . . . 2000 MRS. HKTTII. CROOK, repre- senting the Mi. Sylvan, G r- den Valley, Cha'idler district. 1100 •I. K. COOK. i'i presenting the Noonday, Dul...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 17 November 1909

r V f WEDNESDAY. NOVRMBER 17, JMJ THE DAILY OOUKIICK-TIMB . & I i . ; i i mi i ■ M-< vi • I 'i wti? ÜÉi DR. TATE ISSUES • GOOD ROAD ADDRESS DISCUSSES NEEDS OF GOOD ROADS FOR SMITH COUNTY. Shoes that fit anétoear well, made of leather, la what we «ell. Brown & McFarland. « ••• vh«r n® crop rib"" ' ne syrup M . McVfcrland tf Dr. H. L. Tate, the 'old war horp®'" of the Undale country, contributes the following sensible article to the Liiulalc Reporter about the need of and how to get good roads In Smith county: "Do you want public roads V Do you think you need them in your business? As a business proposition, If you want them and need them, have you ever thought seriously how you would go about securing them.' If you have or have not, suppese we talk about it a little. "If a* a farmer you need a hora or mule, to enable you to conduct your farming operations more suc- cessfully, you go on the market and buy; If as a merchant you need a bill of clothing or groceries to supplv ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 17 November 1909

p« u @ % WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 17. lOO'l SWMT-WHEKLY COURIER-TIMES. Why are Wagons Fainted? LINDALE PRECINCT FAVORS BOND ISSOE OF $500,000 A cheap wagon is painted to hide defects in the wood and make it look attractive to the purchaser. Even the paint is of poor quality and wears oif quickly, leaving the wood exposed to the weather. A Studebaker is painted to preserve the wood and protect it from the elements. Even when the boxing is forced inlo tr.a hub, it is covered with pure lead in order to keep moisture out oí the hub. You cannot see that, but it's there just the same. The paint used on a ? H2j' ¡ when WAGON is chosen for its wear and weather resisting qualities. It may not look much different from the "cheap" wagon new, but— Ask us for the book, "The Farmer's Friend," which show just how the Studebaker is made. Sold only bj Geo. R. Philips Tyler, Texas | Also Agent for James & Graham and Fort Smith Wagons also Studebaker buggies I IE INSIST on petting tho Success irnm your...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 17 November 1909

m o o o © # :í"> V 1 II ■ I ill WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER IT, 1H9 THE DAILY COlfRIER-TIMES. Sale oi our $25,000 half price purchase is now going on and see what you save Did You Ever? Buy Clothing, Hats¡ Dress Goods, Ready-to-wear goods as low as we sell them for right now. How Could You Expect to get them, unless they were bought at the enormous discount, for which we bought them. Come and See them We have bought $25,000 woith at half price. « Choose What you Want *' The wise buyer will see the saving at a glance. The one not so well posted will find one price to all, his, hers and our best guarantee. $20,000 worth of men's, youth's and^children's suits, pants and overcoats $3,000 worth of men's and boys hats and caps $8,000 worth of Shirts, underwear and men's fixings $12,000 worth of Ladies, misses and children's, mens and boys shoes $3,000 worth oí Millinery, trunks and traveling bags $16,000 worth of dress goods and trimmings, woolen. silk, velvet ana cotton piece goods of most any...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 20 November 1909

•i® ooo <S) 0 ® A iirl JO «♦Me Ubrm-v. W Semi-Weekly Courier-Times. VOLUME XXVI. TYLER, TEXAS. SVTIKDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1000. NUMBER 93. w9B85ai B«BseeBeDMZig9B® Kaii^«5«^^s^ THE 8/6 STORE-THE LEADING HOUSE CONFEDERATES ASK PARDON BIG Dress Goods Sale! AT Special Prices! 15 pieces gray mixed Dress ! Goods, 3 6 inches worth 50 cents Special 25c wool wide, NASHVILLE, TENX., VETERANS VRGE PRESIDENT TO I'ARDON CHATTANOOGA SHERII'/*. TENNESSEE CAMPS PROTEST Ex-Sheriff Shipp'g Liberty is Sought By a Hast of Friends AH Oyer llie Country. Nashville, Tenn., Nov. IS—At a meeting of the Frank Cheatham bi- vouac Cnntederata veterans hire Tuesday night resolutions wore adop- ted petition!i.'tt President Taft to par- don Captain Joseph Shipp and co- defendants, just sentenced to im- prisonment for alleged contempt cf the United Suites supreme court. The resolutions were forwarded to the president yesterday morning Elks Ask 1 or His Panlon. Columbia, Tenn , Nov. IS.—McRea I' arriss, state preside...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 20 November 1909

ff y/ • RF <3° í. o-,*".* . i ¡j. • « H ffl ♦ O &i o SKMI-WEEKLT OOrRZEB-TXMEa Ú J^bVEJ 't S-mitDAV. XOVEMBFR 2«. I**. Semi ■ Weekly Courier- T imes BY The Courier-Times Pubiishing Co. Incorporated DAILY SEMI-WEEKLY *he could from the feathered frie-nds >f the farm. I This is rapidly passing and every day flnd mor<? men who are willing to devote a par: of their tim* at iw: to the welfan- of the poultry yard and «ho recogniz: the fact that as a source of income it cannot be sur- paióed when the investment and > xpente are consid- ered " THE SALOON AND LABOR SPIRITUALISM IN NEW YORK I EDITOR IN \ ITK11 TO SOUTHEAST TEXAS FAIR. ¡ S. A. LIND6EY Editor H. A McDOUGAL, Associate Editor F. E. RAFFERTY Business Manager VMEKIIVX FEDICRATIOX OF LA- BOR DELEGATES DISCUSS THK QUESTION'. WOULD OKK RED 6>, Bobacrlpticn ratea, 50 cent* per month by carrier, or by mall $6.00 per year. Tho South aM T-axs Fair Association, which will hold its first exhibition at Beaumont, has invite...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 20 November 1909

o ¿S> o G O i1 lee Ira* |ne Wl |nt ■>ti ir 10 10 O SATURDAY, XOVKMRER M 1*0 0 RFan - WEEKLT OOVRnat-TUOK. SPLENDID BUCKEYE WOMEN Married and Unmarried, Praise the Buckeye Remedy, Pe-ru-na. I i m Miss Nora Kelley. m Internal Catarrh. Miss Nora Kelley, II. R. 1, Box 121, Ixmdon, Ohio, says: "I write to thank you for the wonder- ful good your Peruna has done for ine. "I was a sufferer from kidney and other internal troublo for twenty-two years. Two years ago I began to tako Peruna and I only took about threo bot- tles and to-day I can say I am a well person." tould Not Eat Without Suffering. Mrs. H. A. Wearer, Somerset, Ohio, writes s v- "I can safely and truly say that Pera- lta has been a blessing to me. "I had catarrh so badly that I had lost the sense of smell and taste. "I had stomach trouble so bad that I could not eat anything without suffer- ing afterwards. "My friends advised me to try Peru- na. I bought one bottle and was greatly benefited by it, and so I bought one-hal...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 20 November 1909

.. i r r I : k W HATUBUAV, NOVEMftKR SO. l Ot Semi - Weekly Courier- Times BY The Courier-Times Publishing Co. Incorporated DAILY SEMI-WEEKLY 1—■—————— —— - S. A. Edlttt H. A. McDOUGAU Associate Editor F. E. Business Manager Subscription rates, 80 cenis per month by tarrier, or by mall 16.00 per year. Entered at Tvler, Texas, PoetofBce mm Second Class Mail .Matter. Offlce of publication. 111-213 N. Broadway. Tyler. Tex. A reflection appearing in these columna concerning any Individual, will b* cheefully corrected if brought to the attention of the Ldlior. x 51—BOTH PHONES-51 GREATEST COMET IS I'l NCl TAL. TI1K BLEICHING OF I'LOlK. Physua! Culture Mag-iziie. holding up the hands i't S -cr<-tary of Agriculture Wilson In his war upor. bleaihlrg Hour, says: • I v. t to Secretary Wilson a very simple «xp r.m. nt with a view of determining the l.nom- plete qualltf* of bleaching white flour. ThU experi- ment will not take a very long period and it will pre* *ent to a Jury in a startling...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 20 November 1909

($Hrf*nAY. NOVEMBER 20 1®0 ' «ttn-HEEKLT I,'I.,-11 .'I COURIER-TIMES. RESIDENCE DESTROYED Special to Courier-Times. Gainesville, Tex., Nev. JS.—An ov- erheated stkive in tho bedroom of the residence of T. I,. Murreil, early this morning .--tarted a lire that destroyed the dwelling, causing a loss >>f $500u. House ami contents were Insured. RETURNED 1HO.M VISIT IX NORTHERN CITIES. dipt. duo. t. Roman* Reports Fine Tii| — Family Will Winter In Xojili. Cajit. J no. T. Bonner has return-. (1 from on etxended tour of the North and Ka.-t. He combiner! business with pleasure and reports a 111 ist de- lightful trip in nil respe -ts. ilo vis- ited practically all of tin big cities •f the North and Fast. Mr- . Bonner and Miss Norma will remain in the North for sometime, the young lady taking ,i course of music from one of the m >s*. f,uncus instructora >f New York City. HOUSTON JIIMSTKItS END ItOW ABOl'T SALOON LEAGUE Special to Courier-Times. Houston, Tex., Nov. IS.—The con- trov...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 20 November 1909

' f jt. : f I ti 1 ISf- MTÜRDAT, XOVEMBUR N. 1M*. \VOMANlS eJKATURE Is to love children, arts! no home can be happy without them, yet the ordeal through which theexpc tant mother must pass usually is so full of suffering and dread that she looks for- ward to the hour with appre- hension. Mother's Friend, by its penetrating and soothing properties, allavs nausea, nervousness, unpleasant feelings, and so prepares the system for the ordeal that she passes through the event with but little suffering, as numbers have " ~ " testified and said, "it is worth its weight in gold." •1.00 per bottle ef dnifrfUt*. Book ui' ral liable In format iuD mailed trim. THEBRADFIELD REGULATOR CO. Atlanta, Ga. MOTHERS ifftlENDl BOY SHOT PLAYMATE Special to Courier-Times. Wichita Falla. Tex., Nov. 16.—J. O. no¡in¿, afir* <1 twelve, *hot aul seriouHy wounded late last night by a playmate, I<\ Tabor, .-ame aye, with a shotgun. The shooting wa« acci- dental. Riding will recover. < (>1JU:ST WIV\TI! ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 20 November 1909

ó SATURDAY, XOVEMF.EU SO. IBAt. SRKI-WBEKIY CO CRIER-TTMTO. Why are Wagons Painted? EDITORS INVITED DEADMONT FAIR A cheap wagon is painted to hide defects in the wood and make it look attractive to the purchaser. Even the paint is of poor quality and wears oil quickly, leaving the wood exposed to the weather. A Studebaker is painted to preserve the wood and protect it from the elements. Even when the boxing is forced into the hub, it is covered with pure lead in order to keep moisture out of the hub. You cannot see that, but it's there just the same. The paint used on a WAGON i is chosen for its wear and weather resisting qualities. It may not look much different from the "cheap" wagon when new, but— Ask us for the book, "The Farmer's Friend," which shows just how the Studebaker is made. £ Sold only by | G. R. Phillips Also Agent for James fic Graham Wagons also Studebaker w ^ INSIST on setting the Success from your dealer. If you cannot do so, write us for catalog and special intro...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 20 November 1909

wv mm SATURDAY, NOVEMBER $25,000 half price purchase is now k'-K A f;, . - -i ' . III' ' 1 ¡Ssl ?! is h?j| . V" • <S m E J lp < & * ' ■gfjl BmS* .'V« «!■ ÍM g gaff m | |l ivt *V' p< ra " • v Pi lf,"v • { Ov r "' W-' and see what you save Did You Ever? Buy Clothing, Hats¡ Dress Goods, Ready-to-wear goods as low as we sell them for right now. How Could You Expect to get them, unless they were bought at the enormous discount, for which we bought them. Come and See them We have bought $25,000 woith at half price. Choose What you Want The wise buyer will see the saving at a glance. The one not so well posted will find one price to all, his, hers and our best guarantee. $20,000 worth of men's, youth's and children's suits, pants and overcoats $3,000 worth of men's and boys hats and caps $8,000 worth of Shirts, underwear and men's fixings $12,000 worth of Ladies, misses and children's, mens ánd boys shoes $3,000 worth of Millinery, trunks and traveling bags $16,000 worth of dr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 24 November 1909

M @ \ átate Library. Austin, T«*s* f. I ife ^ $. 1 PJSfe? M ■IPlS * 4*<P; «-X -a* -* * ■ ' * _1 ■" "" " ' <JV«- i Semi-Weekly Courier-Times. VOLUME XXVI. TYLER, TEXAS. WEDNESDAY. NOV. 21, 100 . NUMBER 94. MISS JESSIE HOEMES LEADS IN THE CONTEST /.• ,, i I Represents The Lindale, Swan, Red Springs! District—-Mrs. Bowman a Close Second in The Race Ail Representatives Doing Good Work All SuM'HptloiiK MuM lie Turned lit at Least Once a Week—Plenty oí Time to Work For Subscribers— Tlio Premium . VOTES MISS JESSIE HOLMES, Lin- dale, Swan ant! Red Springs district . . 11,400 MRS. L.J. IIOWMAN, for Lib- erty Hill school, representing the Winona, Starrville, Pin© Sprlrgs, Liberty Hill district. 10,600 MRS. BETOK CROOK, repre- senting the Mt. Sylvan, Gar- den Valley, Chandler district. 5800 MRS. LAURA B. WOOD, Noon day, Flint, Bullard, Pleasant Retreat district 3800 MISS LENA BROWN, Llndal«, Red Springs, Swan district ... 2000 J. E. COOK, representing the Noonday, Bullard, Flint, Pleas ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 24 November 1909

If WWUBEKLY COURIER-TIMES Seni-WjeklY Courier-Times BY Tbe Courier-Times Publishing Co. Incorporated DAILY SEMI-WEEKLY H. A. L.INDSKY Editor H. A. McDOL'GAL. .Associate Editor V. E. RAFFEUTY ... Business Mgr. ml Tyler. Tex* , Pontftfllce as Second ClaaKH Mail Matter. o«r.- Ot Publication. 211-213 North Broadway, Tyler. Texan. nM« phiso of human activity result* i Corslcana U the first city In Texas; In the conclusion that fret and wor- J to hive an exhibition of hookworms. ry. vviilc n characerl2o each and all, 1 — ■ ■■ e are becoming national perils. In our ' The Carthage Register has Issued ,i new country .the stimulants to ambl- | very handsome illustrated e lltlon, tlnn are fiery stimulant*, ^n-1 If the ^ sotting forth the advantages of thai national physique ever breaks nerv-< city and county ously It will l>e through worry and ; l- Texas got a l>ig .iharo of appropria "Already multitudes wear a gar- ' i tuns for the waterways, but it is ni ut woven of burning thought ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 24 November 1909

WEDNESDAY. NOV. U, ltOt. O w johnson at .. nacogdoches Nacogdoches, Tex., Nov. 20.—Hon. Cone Johnson, candidate for gover- nor. arrived In the city yesterday at noon and at 1:1:0 addressed a large crowd at the opera house. Mr. Johnson's speech lasted nearly two hours and was frequently applauded, seemingly well received by the hear- ers. , It was along the same Unes as previous speeches, excepting possibly stronger in many respects. He crit- icised the thirty-first legislature for the submission feature, and also crit- icised Senator Kellie of this distriec. While on the prohibition proposition he referred to Colquitt and his re- cent speech at New Vim, in which the gentleman urgently intimated that the remainder of Texas had no right to say how these peopio should observe tholr Sundays and that the people of other sectlors possibly re- garded ;ionie laws objectionable and, therefore, did not live up to them squarely. Mr. Johnson made mention of tho large cities of Texas, calling th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 24 November 1909

j WEDNESDAY, NOV. «, ItOi. il m ¿V. *> Stml-pklY Courier-Times BY The Courier-Times Publishing Co. IncorpcriUd DAILY SEMI-WEEKLY i H U. H. Carrill, the eminent j ho drawing pay - '-J... ' f.'om one OfllCft Dr. BaptUt divine, aayn Prof. lCliof>* j while making the rae to win ar- new religion h is reversad the order j ofhl^r Evidently t'-.at'i a Jot aimed of thine , viz.: t:'at "God 1- the no )- at Commissi! n< r Colquitt. " Mr. list work ef man," Instead of "tq;tft Is th'' noblest vork of í►•!." l>r. t wi;; r. > doubt find many of tlv S. A. LINDS15V ... H. A. MoDOL'GAL. y. E. RAEFERTY Editor Associate Editor ... Builne** Mgr Entarod at Tyler. Texan. Ho*t«fllce its Second Cla.iMail Matu-r. Office of Publication. 211-21J North Dfuu.iwuy, Tyler, Texua. Subscription rate 80 cenu p*r month hy c«rrier, or by mail JC.UO per year. A reflection appearing in tlnae ccluinn con errniru: any tnaividu*!. will (- cheerfully i'jr- recterl if brouj.it toth a'.tentiofi of t e fcOitm. ^ ...

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