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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Courier-Light — 6 August 1904

vffi M Js^i Wm 4,1 >. m t P I f 9 4 A DAILY COURIER-LIGHT. 24th YEAR. C0R8ICANA. TEXAS. SATURDAY EVENING. AUGUST 6. 1904. NO. 108 GO TO BRENNAND'S AND GO TO GO TO LOOK AT BRENNAND'S 40 inch wide White Lawn. Special • 10c. LOOK AT BRENNAND'S New Kid Beits, 25c and 48c. LOOK AT BRENNAND'S Dadies Hose Supporters 23c and 47c. LOOK AT BRENNAND'S New Ladies Neckwear 19c and 25c LOOK AT BRENNAND'S New Summer Lawns 5c, 7c, 9c and 12c. LOOK AT BRENNAND'S French Organdies, Floral Designs 21c. BRENNAND'S AND LOOK AT BRENNAND'S Crochet Bed Spreads $1.19,1.25, 1.50, 169 New Goods. LOOK AT BRENNAND'S Table Linen—72 inches wide, All Linen 98c. LOOK AT BRENNAND'S Ladies Knit Vests 10c. LOOK AT BRENNAND'S Corsets we are putting on sale at 75c. LOOK AT BRENNAND'S 9-4 and 10-4 Sheeting Pepperell 20c and 21c BRENNAND'S AND LOOK AT BRENNAND'S Sun Shades $1.19. LOOK AT BRENNAND'S Cotton Lisle Gloves 25c. LOOK AT BRENNAND'S Ladies Union Suits Summer Weights. 69c. nruvn/innn u vnruianru inn rtrui/uu uum...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Courier-Light — 6 August 1904

r • - 5$'C, S$S&?. rUBUlHBD BT THK Observer Poblisbing Co. A. N. JDSTI88; Manager. F. C. HAND, Editor. iuo polish km of thi CORSfCANA OBSERVER Established In 1856. • Il-;i3«ll5 Nortb Eltvsntb Strsst. • Watered at (be Postofflce in Cor* *i"*na m Second Class Matter. OoraioMUU Tent, Aug. Q 1904 ^TMraTr ilTTifMy Official Organ of the City. OFFICIAL TIME CARD UNION DEPOT. HOUSTON k TEXAS CENTRAL northbound. No. 1 leaves at 9:10 a. m. No. 3 arrives at 5:23 p. m. No, 5 arrives at 5 a. m. southbound. No. 2 arrives at 11:37 a. m. . No. 4 arrives at 450 p. m. 1 No. 6 arrives at 10:48 p. m. ** COTTON BELT westbound No. 1—arrives 4:52 a. m. No. 3— " 6'. 22 p. m. eastbound No. 2—arrives 11:10 p. m. No. 4— " 9:40 a. m. HILLSBORO BRANCU No. 503 leaves at 6:32 p. m. No. 504 arrives at 9:25 a. m. locals. No. 67 leaves at 8 a. m. No. 68 arrives ^t 5 £5 p. m. ANNOUNCEMENTS. Bepresbntativb. We are authorized to announce WALTEft R. HOLSEY aa a can- didate for re-election to the of- fice of Represen...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Courier-Light — 6 August 1904

-■ *mT w\\\\ NSVvXSX The Kind You llnve Always Bought, mul which has been iu use for over 30 years, has boriio the signature of " and has been made under his per- sonal supervision since its infancy. Allow no one to deceive you iu this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Just-an-good" are h'lt Experiments that trifle with and eudaugcr the health of lufuuts and Children—Experience against Kxperiuicut. What is CASTOR1A # Castoriu is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare- goric. Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It coutaius neither Opium, Morphine lior other Narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys WormH and allays Feverisliuess. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Childreu's Panacea—The Mother's Friend. GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Ove...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Courier-Light — 6 August 1904

\ J .■ J ■ •- Contain more than 10,000 lakes, nearly all of which are ideal summer resorts. They ^re reached quickly, com- fortably and inexpensively by the and ST. PAUL RAILWAY The Southwest Limited, the new electric lighted train Kansas City to Chicago, makes direct connections with fast trains for the lake resorts of Illinois, Wisconsin and Minnesota. Only one night on the road from Southland to Lakeland. Booklets for 6c postage. M. F. SMITH, Commercial Agent, 245 Main St„ Dallas, Texas. G. ,L. COBB, Southwestern Passenger 907 Main St., Kansas City, Mo THE TEXAS RAILROAD I G N Texas' Greatest Railroad SUPERIOR PASSENGER SERVICE MAGNIFICENT EQUIPMENT. International & Great Northern See Our Agents, or Writ*'. L. TRICF, D. J. PRICE, Vice-Pres. and Gen. Mgr. PALESTINE, TEX. G. P. and T. A cmarl: MEMCMAMT TA11UDK Alum U@B B@M1S 1(1® <g«MCAHA. .uJiLT/Ii "THIS IS THE WAY OF THE WISE." of course; you are goingi Let us furnish you with lltoralure reliiivo to tha bud llnti hotels, l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Courier-Light — 8 August 1904

DAILY COURIER-LIGHT. fi 24th YEAR. CORSICANA. TEXAS. MONDAY EVENING. AUGUST 8. 1904. NO. 109 i £ I At THE BIG N1W STORE KM NEDKSDM, I ■ M SHIM Our Excellent Trade of Last Week is Evidence That What we Offered to the Trading Public was Correct in Value and Price. The Rains Were no Hindrance. With umbrellas and carriages the people thronged to BURTON-PEEL DRY GOODS CO'S BIG NEW STORE between showers and did their shopping, BECAUSE ITS THE STORE THAT SAVES THEM MONEY. Saturday's express brought us some of Dame Fashir most beautiful creations in Ladies' Trimmed and Untrimiik ^Street Hats. See some of them in our big show window. The price is a mere trifle for such beautiful hats. In Figured Lawns and Dimities, we have put the knife deep in- to them, in order to move them. So come quick. They will not last but a short time ai 5c, a real 10c value. Don't forget all our Low Cut Shoes for men, women and chil- dren are going fast at a big reduction. Don't forget our shirt proposition for men...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Courier-Light — 8 August 1904

% mm r _ mm WM • cW mm. Nil1! MM PUBLISI1KD BY TBE Observer Pablisbing Co. A. N. JU8TI8B; Manager. V, C. HAND, Editor. tuo publishes! of thb CORSICANA OBSERVER Established In 1656. •ii ;i3-ll5 North Elswsntl) Strsst. filtered at the Postoffice in Oor ii*aaa aa Second Class Matter. Chraicaa*. Texas, Aug. 8, 1904. Official Organ of the City. OFFICIAL TIME CARD UNION DEPOT. HOUSTON & TEXAS CENTRAL northbound. No. 1 leaves at 9:10 a. m. No. 3 arrives at 5:23 p. ni. No. 6 arrives at 5 a. m. southbound. No. 2 arrives at 11:37 a. m. No. 4 arrives at 4:20 p. m. No. 6 arrives at 10:48 p. m. COTTON BELT westbound No. 1—arrives 4:52 a. m. No. 3— " 6:22 p.m. eastbound No. 2—arrives 11:10 p. m. No. 4— " 9:40 a. m. HILLSB0K0 BRANCH No. 503 leaves at 6:32 p. m. No. 504 arrives at 9:25 a. m. locals. No. 67 leaves at 8 a. m. No. 68 arrives at 5:55 p. m. ££ / tisSW f. v'. ■ ANNOUNCEMENTS. Representative. We are authorized to announce WALTER R. HOLSEY as a can- didate for re'election to iheoN tice...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Courier-Light — 8 August 1904

Hal « M ANcgcjabk- Preparation tor As siniilaliug tliel'oodandRegula - limi the Stomachs and Bowels of iNF/VlM IS/f.HILDKhN Promotes Difceslion.Cheerrut- ness and Host Contains neiii^r Opium,Morpliine nor Mineral. Not Nah c otic . n*v* of ou it-MKcamrjuH /4<Ha*l Sad' Mx.Xft%*u* * l<otk*U* U4t - ' t .U rt * /imf/mixi - jErtotoNabJHtm + M+Smd- 0.¥*?* hmtoffvtn rlitYcr. A perfect Hnmcily forConstipn lion, Sour Slouvvh. Diarrhoea Worms,< onvulsions.Feverish ness iiriu Loss of Slkei>. rar Simile Signature of Kfcw' Yomc. GASTORIA For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER In Use For Over Thirty Years GASTORIA rr — - first national bank Capital $300,000 Surplusiand Profits, $75,000 C. W. Jester, President. W. D. Haynie, Vice-Presiden. W. Johnson, Cashier. R. B. Caldwell, T Ass.'t Casiiier, The Corsicana National Bank Paid up Capital $IOO,OOOf - Surplus and Profits $140,000 WHEN YOU TRAVEL SELECT A RAILWAY A3 VOU DO YOU...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Courier-Light — 8 August 1904

■ s ,.v x f%?fr mm HMBr ■w- • «e'- Hfe'. uviAiuuuuiiuviAnniuuuuuinniunnimnniuifuvui Kerr-Sowell (irocery (o, SUCCESSORS TO J. M. WEAVER <& CO- Solicits a Share of Your Patronage, New Phone 446. Old Phone 142. iwuinilluuinnnniuvan.nnnnjtfuinini/uimumnnnjrtaannnniiri iwuuwji Do Yon Need a SURRY OR PHA We are offering some special inducements to people wanting this kind of vehicles. See list be- low. Call and see them. A $140,00 esurry for only.. 8 $180 00 Surries for ouly. each 595,00 >80.00 A $126 00 Surry for only ... $80.00 A $100.00 Stanhope for only $70.00 A $186.00 Phaeton for only $90.00 A $120.00 Phaeton for only $75.00 A $110.00 Phaeton for only $70.OO The above goods are perfectly new and in good condition—Not even shop worn and there is noth- ing the matter with them in any way. E. B. JOHNSON. Bank Sutherlanc Wants to reduce his stock and will sell at Greatly Reduced Prices During all of August. Everything in his Big Store Goes! JJLS ^la sir A?...-1 • %Lt *4* jJ*^...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Courier-Light — 9 August 1904

DAILY COURIER-LIGHT. 24th YEAR. CORSICANA, TEXAS. TUESDAY EVENING. AUGUST 9. 1904. NO. i:o 1 / ( / it THE BIG !UW STORE HE WEDNESDtV. I AIDH11 SATURDAY r V<-' •• 4 Our Excellent Trade of Last Week is Evidence That What we Offered to the Trading* Public was Correct in Value and Price. The Rains Were no Hindrance. With umbrellas and carriages (he people thronged to BURTON-PEEL DRY GOODS CO'S BIO NEW STORE between showers and did their sho BECAUSE ITS THE STORE THAT SAVES THEM MONEY. w Saturday's express brought us some of Dame Fashhn's most beautiful creations in Ladies' Trimmed and Unlrimn'td Street Hats. See >c.ne of them in our big show window, llie price is a mere trifle for such beautiful hats. In Figured Lawns and Dimities, we hav to them, in order to move them. So coir. last but a short time at 5c, a real 10c vaL the knife deep in- ;ck. They will not Don't forget all our Low Cut Shoes for men, women and chil- dren are going fast at a big reduction. Don't forget our shirt ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Courier-Light — 9 August 1904

m. kmWrM :*V PUBUSHKD BT THE Observer Pablishing Co. A, N. JU8TI88; Manager. P. C BAND, Editor. UK rUKLISMKRI Of THE CORSICANA OBSERVER established In 1856. Ml-;iS«ll5 Nortb El«v«ntl} Strcst. ilnterei at the Poetoffice in Oor- slrana aa Second Class Matter Cjrsioaat. Texar, Aug. 9, 1904 Official Organ of the City. OFFICIAL TIME CABD UNION DEPOT. HOUSTON & TEXAS CENTRAL northbound. No. 1 leaveo at 9:10 a. m. No. 8 arrives at 5:23 p. ni. No. 5 arrives at 5 a. m. southbound. No. 2 arrives at 11:37 a. m. No. 4 arrives at 4:20 p. m. No. 6 arrives at 10:48 p. n>. COTTON BELT WESTBOUND No. 1—arrives 4:62 a. m. , No. 3— " 6:22 p.m. J BJUBtWMawr-' ' No. 2—arrives 11:10 p. m. Ho. 4— " 9:40 a. m. HILLSBORO BRANCH No. 508 leaves at 6:32 p. m. No. 504 arrives at 9!25 a. m. LOCALS. No. 67 leaves at 8 a. m. Nov 68 arrives at 5:55 p. m. JH l£Hi Pf "if:"- SP sr; ■'i* ANNOUNCEMENTS. Representative. We are authorized to announce WALTER R. HOLSEY aa a can- didate for reflection to the oN tice of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Courier-Light — 9 August 1904

4i mtitftHf. a -i in.:., inn .4 -.—. A\fcge(able Preparalioulbr As similating Hie Food andUegula - Umj the Stomachs ami Bowels of iNhAN IS/( H1LDKKN Promotes Digeation.Cheerful- ness are! Resl.Ccntains neitlier Opium.Moiplune nor Mineral. Not Nah c otic . fbtipr afOU /> \m a ptrauM SumL * M\ Smtut Jtnue Sut/f t JH&rmift - JUTti/tHMwk'.SoJ* * Hirrp StmJ - nxift** lUgar i*ot1r/y>vM Flavor. Aperfoci ltcnicdy forfonstipn- lion, Soui- Stomach, Diarrhoea VVbrnts,Convulsions,Keverish- ness ano Loss ok Sleek 'tfae Simile SnJnn'ure oT iUc&f. NhW YOHK. Alb moii lb % i l (1 )) DoSl s - J jC I NIS EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER. CUSTOM For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of has— In Use For Over Thirty Years CUTOBH TMf CtNTAUft COMMNV. NIW VOH« OITV. FIRST NATIONAL BANK Capital $300,000 Surplusiand Profits, $75,000 i C. ,W. Jester, President. W. D. Haynie, Vice-Presiden. S. W. Johnson, Cashier. K. B. Caldwell,!)Ass,'t Casmer. The Oorsicana National ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Courier-Light — 9 August 1904

BIG AUGUST SWEEP SALE O Opens Tomorrow, Wednesday, 10 AT THE BIG STOKE! Closes Saturday, r __ August 20, 1904. ~ An opportunity to replenish your summer wardrobe for Less than Manufacturers Cost. THE GREAT PILES OF NEW FRESH GOODS BOUGHT FOR THIS =SALE, must be swept out of the way to give place for Fal! Stock.: THE PRICE HAS BEEN MADE THAT WILL MOVE IT! "" Beaton Street, =T 1 North Beaton Street, Bank Sutherland Wants to reducoyfiis stock V I and will sell at Greatlf fieduced Prices <0. ti7 leav ■ No. 68 arriv in his Store Goes! NNOUNing all of August. Everything reprbsi We are authoi- WALTER R. HOLL didate for re-election tice of Representative. ro county, subject to 1 of the democratic party We are autnorized to RICHARD MAYS f date for the Legiafcsss to the action ^" , • party. y f j vc.r CUAAi'nn Carriage Repairing, Pai- ting, and Gecera UrTSc uilOClD}; Blftckarflthing. ( have 0 machine to shrink ). ° tiree b,y the cold process witho t removing mem thAriftn^6 which is much be...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Courier-Light — 1 February 1905

V h DAILY COURIER-LIGHT. 24th YEAR. CORSICANA, TEXAS. WEDNESDAY EVENING. FEBRUARY I. 1905. NO. 261 Ik li rif Nk - Jc. "A" *l.i •_ iX? .al*. _•L*. ric—slf—altf jUc-U* \ J ) 1 LEWIS H. LEE. i. CLARENCE THOMAS. jLEE A THOMAS t j For Hardware, Tin and Graniteware, Glass ^ ]] and Queensware, Ammunition, Etc Heaters If. i ,f 3 and Cooking Stoves. jj. j ^ Refrigerators, "Alaska" Spoon Freezers in- coming. Tents, "Minnehaha" Wagons and ^ Buckboards, Perfection Oil Heaters J. I Our Motto "A Satisfied Customer.' Cor. Beaton amTCollin Sts., Corsicana, Texas. Both Phones 383. * ^ •> vf." .f. ^ *t. .f. .yr- TAKE 1MB h.. & 7. C. /?. /e. • s 1 /• n 4 The Short ardQuick Liu> '"V.'eon Wcrth and S >uth Texas 2 THRO l G1 iKAlf S DAILY 2 PULLIV lEE^ERS BETWEEN Housto ..Austin, Houston and Waco. Houston and Ft. Worth, Galveston and Denison. For full informition relative to ratas, ciaaactioos, etc . e*11 o n ticket agent, or -address, M. L. ROBB1NS, G. P. A., Houston, Texas. B \ I tsski asas...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Courier-Light — 1 February 1905

* M- ' SI §2gjp R* P- "^. w t FUBUSHID BT THB Observer Publishing Co. A. N. JUSTUS; llaw*er F. a BAND, Editor. or TM GOR&iCANA OBSERVER Established in 1056. IMM-IIC North Eleventh Strset fettered M the Postoffice in Cor- eleana aa SeoOtid 01ms Matter. •braieaaa. Tana, Fab. 1, 1005 Official Organ of the City. OWIOIAL TIME CARD. UNION DNT0T. IfVffTON ft TEXAS C1NTRAL NOBTHBOUND. Ma. 1 hum at ®:46 a. m. fa. t errhns at 6:45 p. a. We. § arriYes at 5 a. m. SOUTHBOUND. Ha. B arrives at llsOT a. a. Ma. ft Willi at 5:15 p. m. If*, ft arrirss at 10*48 p. m. COTTON BELT Ma. 1—arrives 4:52 a. m. No. •— " 6:22 p. m. BASTBOUND Mo. 2—arrives 11:10 p. m. No. 4— " 9:40 a. m. HILLSBORO BRANCH No. Mt Isevss at 652 p. m. No. 604 arrirea at 925 a. a. LOOAIA. No/67|1mtm at 8 a. a,' Not 68 arriraa at 5:65 p. m. ANNOUNCEMENTS. Tba frianda of E. A. JOHN- SON annoanoa him for Mayor of the 01 ty of Ooraioana at tha April alaetfcm. Wa ara authorized to announce J. A. SOALES aa a candidate for UUy Aaaaaaor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Courier-Light — 1 February 1905

The Kind Yoti Have Always Bought, and which lias beeu in use for over 30 years, lias borne the signature of and lias been made andor his per- soual supervision since its infancy. Allow no one todcceive you in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Just-as-good" are but Experiments that trille with and endanger tlio health of Intents and Children--Experience against Experiment. What is CASTOR IA OMtorla is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare* forlc. Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its ago Is Its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhu'a and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates tho Food, regulates the Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea—The Mother's Friend. QKNUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years. TMi eCNTAUR CO...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Courier-Light — 1 February 1905

F?'' HS mmm-: , ■ **• — We Know of One Line of Men's - . ■ f Shoes that is- Ml WRIGHT in every detail, from pull strap to toe tip. ^ Shall we prove it to you? Goleman & Clopton. BA1JH SUTHERLAND HAS A MAGNIFICENT LINE OF FU^IJITURE He can please the most fastidious. He can please any person in Corsicana or Navarro county in price and otherwise. A large line of Rugs, Art Sqnares, Mattings, etc. See him be- fore buying. ' • <'' BANE SUTHERLAND The Furniture Man. «JU-n* tir «>Lr -ale. m* ML.1M *u •if «!■ *iL *Jr | The Corsicana House Furnishing Co. Having enjoyed a nice trade through the Holidays wishes to thank the publio for her liberal patron- * ag&and we promise, in every way possible, to ^please those who so kindly favor U9 in the future. ^ We have a display of the most beautiful line '< A of matting ever shown in Corsicana. Special If J prices given for the few remaining days of the Jj' 1 Old Year. * (ormw House rumisfiiog company T.J.WALTON, Manager, 304 North B...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Courier-Light — 2 February 1905

I i- KJ- DAILY COURIER-LIGHT. 24th YEAR. CORSICANA, TEXAS. THURSDAY EVENING. FEBRUARY 2, 1905. NO. 262 Ut Ut *mU -*b .ate --!• _rdf ?*£ -?l' '1 LEWIS H. LEE. - rl- Hr .,«A* If- J. Cr.ARENCE THOMAS. i. LEE d THOMAS [ i For Hardware,tin and Graniteware, Glass ^ jj and Queenswar^, Ammunition, Etc Heaters If. ^ and Cooking Stoves. jf. J Refrigerators, "Alaska" Spoon Freezers coming. Tents, "Minnehaha" Wagons and ± Buckboards, Perfection Oil Heaters i Our Motto "A Satisfied Customer." * Cor. Beaton and Collin Sta., (Jornieana, Texas. Both Phonea 383 "tv w ■ ¥« ^i vp« *T* *T* TAKE. 7 fi& h. & 7. C. R. R. n The S'lort andQuick Line B^wean North and S >uth Tdxis. 2 THROUGH TRAINS DAILY 2 PULLMAN SLEEPERS BETWEEN Houstcn and Austin, Houston And Waco. Houston and Ft. Worth, Galveston and Denisoa. For full information relative to rates, connections, etc , c 11 n ticket agent, or address, M. L. ROBBINS, G. P. A., Houston, Texas. 0. W. Jester, President. W. D. Haynie, Vice-Pres'.den. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Courier-Light — 2 February 1905

KS. ' m': |i.- ft. Hill WMIIHI PUBU8HID BT TBI Observer Piblisbing Co. A. N. JUSTI8S; Manager r. 0. BAND, Editor. ALSO WM.IMIH Of Til GQRSICANA OBSERVER established In 1656. -H>IIS II5 Nortt) Eleventh Street at the Poetoffloe in Oor- aiaana as Second Class Matter. •oraisana. Texas, Feb.'2, 1905 Official Organ of the City. OFFICIAL TIME CARD. union rarer. ■fVVTON 4 TEXAS CENTRAL NORTHBOUND. Ne. 1 Issyss at 9:46 a. m. Me. S tnfVM at 6:45 p. m. Ne. 6 arrives at 6 a. m. SOUTHBOUND. Ne. t arrives at 11:07 a m. Ne. 4anrivw at 5:16 p. m. Ne. < arrivse at 10:4a p. a. COTTON BELT WMTBODNB Ne. 1—arrivss 4:52 a m. Ne. «— " 6:22 p. m. EA8TB0UND Ne. 2—arrivss 11:10 p. m. Ne. 4— " 9:40 a m. HILLJ3BORO BRANCH Na. MB Isavss at 6:32 p. m. Ne. 604 arrives at 9:26 a m. LOCALS. Ne.£67|ls*ves at 8 a. m. Ne. 68 arrivss at 5:55 p.'m. ANNOUNCEMENTS. •sK8fet'-3 WM' .-"f Tba friends of E. A. JOHN- SON announce him for Mayor of tba City of Oorsicana at the April aloation. Wa are authorized to announce J...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Courier-Light — 2 February 1905

tb Kind Yon Bare Always Bought, and which has been in BM for over 30 years, lias borno tho signature of and has been made nmler his per- sonal supervision since its infancy. Allow no one to deceive you in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good" are b-it Experiments that trlilo with and endanger tlie health of loAmtS and Children--Experience against Experiment. What is CASTOR!A Oastorl* is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare- goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. It* age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates tlie Food, regulates tlie Stomach and Dowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea—Tho Mother's Friend. gknuine CASTORIA always The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years. Tw* •CNT*UH COMMNV, TT auiuuv STRICT. Ne...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Courier-Light — 2 February 1905

m IP ft I Hiww's W Know of One Line of Men's 'Shoes that is — I in every detail, from pull strap to toe tip. Shall we prove it to you? BIG 4 SHOE STORE Goleman & '.lopton. BAIJH SUTHERLAND HAS A MAGNIFICENT LINE OF He can please the most fastidious. He can please any person in Corsicana or Navarro county in price and otherwise. A large line of Rugs, Art Sqnares, Mattings, etc. See him be- fore buying. BAIE SOTEEELAHD The Furniture Man. tlrt *ir •X*. AU.~adM .ai# JwU Jihijje. jj The Corsicana House Furnishing Co. } Having enjoyed a nice trade through the Holidays i yiabes to thank the public for her liberal patron- t age and we promise, in every way possible, to ? please those who so kindly favor us in the future. )t. fjj We have a display of the most beautiful line t of matting ever shown in Corsicana. Special *■ J prices given for the few remaining days of the If' Old Year. * (orsiuM llousc fnisiif (onpiy T.J.WALTON. Manager, 304 North Beaton Street. r if* i^r ijc vf. ^ wfr vp ...

Publication Title: Daily Courier-Light
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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