Semi-Weekly Courier-Times. (Tyler, Tex.), Vol. 27, No. 18, Ed. 1 Wednesday, March 2, 1910 Page: 1 of 8
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Stntf Library, Amtln, T<'\a*
TYLER, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2, 1910.
flus F. Taylor. President.
R. Bergfela, Active Vice-Pres
T. B. Ramey, Vice-Pres.
J. D. Patterson, Ast. Cashier.
Geo. S. McGhee, Cashier
O. C. Wimberly, Vice-Pres.
Walter Connally, Vice-Pres.
O. M. Boren, Asst. Cashier.
CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK
Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY
Geo. C. Wimberly. R. Bergfeld. Walter Connally.
H. B. Marsh. T. B. Rurney. J. Upstate. R. D. Cobb.
Geo. S. McGhee. Gus F. Taylor.
We Loan Direct to Farmers
SIN ANTONIO DALLAS TO HEAR |THEY PATRONIZE
CLEAN-UP DAY CONE JOHNSON THE CREAMERY
LEADING CITY OF TEXA8 18 DE-
TERMINED TO BECOME MO18T
BEAUTIFUL IN TEXAS.
EAST TEXAS CANDIDATE FOR
GOVERNOR WILL SPEAK IN
THAT CITY WEDNESDAY.
MANY CITIZENS OF SWAN COM-
M UNITY SHIP CREAM EVERY
NEGRO OPENS FliRE ON WHITB
MEN AT ELDORADO, ARK*
ANSAS, ANiD 1
MEN WILL HELP THE BUSH MUSIC TEMPLE
TALK ABOUT PUBLIC PARK THREE MEN ARE WOUNDED
ERS ARE INDICIE
Women Are Behind the Movement
and They Will Succeed—'Alder-
men to Be Waited On.
Predicted That Large Audience
Will Greet the Tyler
Tyler Ladies Congratulated on (Ef-
fort to Make a More Beau-
t ful Tyler.
Mob Former and Raided Negro
Restaurant But Inmates
New York City, Feb. 26. — The
grand jury has returned true bills
against the folowing packery corpor-
The National Packing Company.
Armour & Co.
, Swift & Co.
Morris' & Co.
Hammond Packing Co.
G. H. Hammond & Co.
They are charged with conspiracy
in limiting the supply of meat and
poultry. The indictment is drawn
under the law of New Jersey, which
provides upon conviction a maximum
penalty of "three years In the peniten-
tiary or a $1000 fine or Iboth. The of-
fense is extraditable, which means
that practically all meat barons of
this country must either successfully
resist extradition or coime to Jersey
City for trial.
The Indictment, which bristles in
its arraignment of the mien named,
also refers to "divers other®" a® toe-
ing responsible. These latter, how-
ever, are not specified.
The foregoing list of names, it will
be seen, represents the very back-
bone cf the great packing industry of
this country, containing, as it does,
wo Armours, three Swifts and two
Morrises, and all, for the most part,
residents of Chicago, together with
less important figures in the packing
wcrld Their indictment brings to a
climax the first concerted effort in
the East to fix responsibility for pre-
vailing abnormally high prices of
The indictment goes on to state
that more driblets ofthe supply were
put on the market at stated intervals,
small quantities' agreed upon by the
defendants thus 0 curtail and restrict
the supply "for the purpose of ficti-
tiously, arbitrarily and unlawfully In-
creasing prices to the puiblic."
No attempt is made to recite the
lass alleged to have been sustained
by the puiblic by this alleged creation
of artificial prices, but warehouses
aré held specifically to baltae. By
this mean®, it Is charged, the defend-
ants were successful in keeping off
the markets large quantities oif meat
and poultry which, if ptu on the mar-
ket, would have been sufficient to
meet the reasonable demand.
San Antonio, T<-x., Feb. 28.—The
women of San Antonio have got be-
hind the movement for a proper ob-
servance of the annual clean-up clay,
March 10, and1 the men have simply
got to get out and hustle to keep up
At a meeting of the presidents of
Dallas, Tex., Feb. 23.—Friends of
Hon. Cone Johnson of Tyler, candi-
date for tho otRco of governor of
Texas at the coining democratic
primaries and general election, de-
ekvre that the address to be delivered
by Mr. Johnson at Bush Temple next
Wednesday night will be the epoch-
GENERAL STRIKE IS CALLED
140 LABOR UNIONS TO 00 OUT
Philadelphia, Pa., Feb. 2S. — Thy
strike situation has assumed stupend-
ous proportions. The Central Labor
Union with a membership of over a
hundred thousand and composed of
some 140 organiaztions have voted to
go out in sympathetic strike Satur-
day, March 5th.
The meeting was attended by over
700 delegate®. The meeting lasted
Up to today there have been two
deaths and several wounded as a re-
sult of rioting during the strike. To-
day the situation is on a strong ten-
sion. Several shots have toeen fired
throughout the city and all too>® are
urged to keep off the streets.
All attempts to move cars this
morninig has been met with a show of
force and no one knows at what min-
ute a ibltter war will break out. Sev-
eral attempts to blow up street cars
have been frustrated by detectives
and officers in plain clothes.
Ftom Silver Springs,
Silver Springs, Feb. 28.—Tho farm-
ers have been busy preparing their
land for another crop. We nave 'Deen
bavin® some bad weather for sieiveral
Mrs. Mollle Sitton of Tyler, has
been visiting her parents, Mr. and
Miss Jessie McGlnney has return-
ed home from Rockwall, where she
has been teaching school.
Mr. Williams has been on the 'sick
"1st for several weeks.
S. L. Malone and family visited at
the home of Watler Wooten Sunday,
Miss Affice living visited her par-
ents in Tyler Satu rday and Sunday.
Heniry Brooks of Tyler visited) at
the. home of Mr. Williams Friday
With the ever increasing consump-
tion of eggs andi poultry per capita by
the American people, and the conse-
quent good prices for lioth eggs and
poultry, Texas farmers should more
generally give more attention to the
poultry industry, and enjoy some of
Jester National Bank
U. S. Depository
We loan to farmers and stockmen,
Give us a call
I Ask Yourself this Question.
ñ Will it pay me best to buy all my groceries from the storo
H where I know I will get 16 ounces for every pound, where I
® get nothing but first class pure foods, where I will be treat-
ed politely and courteously, where every price is the lowest,
quality considered, where every nickel's worth of goods is
fully guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, where I am al-
ways welcome whether I buy anything or not, where the
proprietor of the store is an Americsn born citizen who is in
every way interested in the upbuilding of every American
enterprise, or will it pay me better to give my patronage to
SB the store where there may be a doubt about me getting all
of the above. ASK YOURSELF THE ABOVE
and then make up your mind to at least try my store be-
fore buying elsewhere. We will appreciate your patronage
and strive to please yon in every way.
When you have anything to sell drive around to my store,
and if we can use it at all, you will get the highest cash
market price for it.
\ SAM V. GOODMAN
J PURE FOOD GROCERIES
the different Mother's Club a commit-
tee '.vas named to solicit the activ. 00
operation of the city administration
in l'urhering the purpose® of the am/-
niual clean-up day and to have it giv-
en official notice by a proclamation
by the mayor for its proper observ-
It was also decided that the alder-
men should ibe personally waited on
and urged to see to the enforcement
of the ordinance 'Which provides for
the sweeping of the sidewalks in the
business districts. This Is in line
with the movement for a cleaner city
and it is also a part of the plan for
a more beautiful city in 'which so
mu'ch interest is being enlisted thru
the efforts of the Civic Improvement
If the men would dlo their part as
earnestly ns the women are showing
a disposition to do theirs the results
would) toe very noticeable, not only on
clean-up day, .but throughout the
year. Tho streets would toe freer of
dust in diry weather and' of mud in
wet weather, the private premiso —
back yardB as well as front yards—
would look neater and cleaner and
the trash piles amdi unsightly places
would soon disappear. It might not
be too much to hope that eventually
tho river would be cleaned out and
its banks ornamented, good side-
walks pu down wherever Siey are
needed and all unslghtllness elimi-
nated' as a result of the cleanliness
and city ibeaiutiful crusade.
Cone Johnson to 3peak.
vPnnlg, Tox., Feb. 2R.—Hon. Cone
Johnson is billed to speak here next
Saturday. This will be the first speech
of the present campaign to be deliv-
ered in Ennls.
Ashes help keep away lloe. Scatter
them all over the chicken roosts and
Iniáide the poultry hose. Whirl the
ashes thtrough the air and let them
settle, beleng careful that there is no
Are in them.
making speech of Ills campaign. Sub-
jects considered the most important
that will Ibe up for consideration dur-
ing the campaign will be dealt iwlth
by iMr. ojhnson. Bush Temple hatv
been secured, and friends of Mr,
Johnson predict a large attendance.
Between now and Wednesday the
personnel of the commiltte in charge
of reception and arraignments will bo
made public. A great many prominent
persons from out of town have been
invited to attend, and have announc-
ed their intention to dlo so. Friends
of the candidate say that Dallas is se-
lected as the placo for delivering an
address on subjects of Importance
for the reason that it is the metrop-
olis of the state and the natural
point where all state matters should
Wednesday, March 2, is Independ-
ence day, and Mr. Johnson's address
will be along the Unes of an Inde-
pendence day address.
Ifryou have healthy fowls don't feed
them in filthy vessels, and see to it
that they have plenty of pure fresh
water. Scald out all vessels frequent-
ly, and spread lime on the floor of
the room in which chickens are kept.
Swan, Tex., Feb. 28.—We had a
glorious rain Saturday, together with
the recent snows, puts- the ground in
excellent condition for planting.
Salmo few will begin planting corn1
on the uplands this week if the weotih
er is favorabale, while a good many
tomato plants will be put in the cold
frames also. The tomato anil Irish
potato acreage will too smaller com-
pared to that of previous years.
There has been an unusual amount
of 'sickness J}ere lately. Several cases
of pneumonia and lagrippe, tout we
are glad to state most of the patients
have been dismissed, while other-
are doing nicely.
C. F. Powell returned from Dallas
W. D. iSwann, formerly of this
plaoe, but now a clt/.en of Tyler, was
mingling with his many friend here
Ceo. Smith spent Thursday In Ty-
1). S. Wood was in Tyler Saturday.
Miss Mary Jackson returned from
Garden Valley, aft< r several days vis-
it to her sister there.
Mrs. G. If. Adkins of Pine Springs,
Is visiting at the residence of her son
Dr. J. If. MoDaniel of Taylor was
J. W. Morris purchased the T^ovlng
place this week. It Is located right
in town and is a very desirable piece
T. A. Swann has purchased tho
farm of Dr. J. H. McDaniel, located
east of town.
If the prospective peach crop ma-
terializes, no doulbt there will be an
Infill* of land buyers here this sea-
son Some of the finest orchards in
Texas are located ihere and our lands
always bring fancy prices.
Quite a large number of our farm-
ers arc patronizing the Tyler Cream-
ery andi are loud in their praises of
same. Each week large cans of
cream are ¡ent by express, and no
doulbt the day is not far distant when
the production of cream will be one
of the leading branches of diversified
farming in this section.
We heartily commend the ladles of
Tyler in their efforts to establish a
park on tho court house plaza. Who
wouldn't prefer a park to a "hoss
lot?" A prettreir Tyler means a big-
ger Tyler and for us a bigger and bet-
There is none "Just as good" as
"Lincoln", the paint that "stands this
climate best." Burch Decorating Co.,
opposite postofllce. f
Plenty tomato seed at Clark's Dru?
• ANNOUNCEMENT. •
• We have received the agency •
• for the "Quality line of Reliable •
• Remedies and Toilet Articles" •
• and wish to remind our custo- •
• mors that every article we pur- •
• chase, coming under this head, •
• is guaranteed, to us by the manu- •
• facturera and a eeriel number •
• filed with the government. We •
• In turn guarantee Its purity to •
• our trade. •
• 0. 9. CLARK'S DRUG STORE. •
• Cor. S. Broadway and Square. •
Little Rock, Ark., Fob. 28.—As at
result of a riot between while and
negroes at Eldorado, Ark., the follow-
ing white mem. were injured: Roscoa
Montgomery, shot iai left breast and
right hip; Oscar Reynolds, shot in
foot; Ed' Reynolds, shot la foot.
As Montgomery and the Reynold's
blethers were passing a negro res-
taurant, in a negro section of tho
town, a negro named Chluie flredi on
the trio from a window. Several
other shots quickly followed with the
above results. Tlho Reynolds were
both unarmed. K
A mob formed and raided tho res-
taurant, but inmates escaped.
Governor Doneiighey was appealed
to, fearing a general riot, and Capt.
Satn Cradwford and company was or-
dered' to act with -Sheriff Harmon in
fctuppreslmg -further riot. Negroes
are fleeing from town toward Cam-
den. Many negro houses were buna*
ed, tout by whom is unknown.
Judge Jno. S. Spinks.
The many friends of Jti.lgj John S.
Spinks, who for many years lias serv-
ed as county judge of Var. Zandtl
county, will regret to learn that he is
very ill at nls home at Canton. It i
feared lie cannot recover. Hi? suffers
from a complication of troubles. It
will toe remembered that his wife
died some weeks ago very suddenly.
Judge Spinks is well knewn in Tyler
where he has visited a number of
time®. Ho is albout sixty-five years of
age and a prominent laiweyr in Van
The best way t o (begin the poutry
'business is in a small way. As you
learn from ewperience the (best teach-
e'\ you can increase your flock and
find out the best markets for your
LOCKS AND KEYS.
All kinds of Sewing Machines
repaired, both family and manu-
facturing. Lock repairing and
J. S. WADDELL,
N. College St. Tyler, Texas.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS.
T. B. Butler, President.
W. D. Swann, Active V.-P.
A. P. Moore, Vice-Pres.
J D. Sheiton, Cashier.
H. E. Byrne.
J. W. Fitzgerald.
W. J. Miller.
T. E. Swann.
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with sound banking.
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Lindsey, S. A,. Semi-Weekly Courier-Times. (Tyler, Tex.), Vol. 27, No. 18, Ed. 1 Wednesday, March 2, 1910, newspaper, March 2, 1910; Tyler, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth179629/m1/1/: accessed October 17, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History.