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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 19 January 1910

,-M> MáWjíW'* 'V.;:":? WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 10, 1010. HBMI-WEEKLY COTHIER-TIMES Leading STORE HOUSE ft* f Ladies' Gowns § From the cheapest to the finest we excel in beauty, workmanship style and value. We have a large assortment in Ladies' Gowns, round and V neck shap- ed, lace, embroidery and hand embroidery trimmed, made of best materials, at prices ranging 50c and 79c to $3.50 Ladieb' Underskirts They are beauties. Rows and rows of valonciennes lace in sertions and edgings as trim- mings, made of fine Cambric and English Long Cloth, and they will, by a'l means, appeal to your good taste, ard not the least attraction are the cheap prices, at which you can secure one or more of these pretty undergarments. We have them at 59c, 79c, 98c, $1.25, $1.98 up to $6-50 Four Special Embroidery Bargains We have arranged four tables, filled with fine embroidery edges and insertions, wide and narrow, new patterns. These are real bargains, and you will be easily convinced of the fact, when you...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 19 January 1910

\« WEDNESDAY, JANUARY It, IMP. 'P SEMI-WKEKLY COURIER-TIMES DENIED THE CHARGES t HORRIBLE DEATH DR. GAMBRELL ¡FIFTH SUNDAY WILL AGCEPT BAPTIST HEETIND Special to Courier-Time*. Galveston Tex., Jan. 14.—E. B Holman, the suspended Immigration a^ent here, took the atand today In hi* on dnftnae at a trial of seventeen persons charged with aurrggling Chinese, In federal court. Holman entered a general denial to allegations, that had he aided tmuff glers, and declared the government agent, Daugherll'a testimony was In error. He «?ald he had warned Jim Le«, a* local Chinaman. from wing Chinese fishing crews . Several wit nesees tea tilled as to Holman's good character. It lb charged defendant's brought Chinese from Matamoreas, opposite Brownsville to United States. THE FARMERS' UNION SCRAP. Houston, Tex., Jan. 14.—E. A. Cal vln, firmer president of I he Texas Farmers' Union, today declared he will go to Fort Worth to attend the convention of the union, despite the efforts of officials to r...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 19 January 1910

O o 1 o i ¿ <? 3 SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER •TIMES. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 19. i i®. ind It Is selfish because it forgets and gnores the necessities of th laborer's "atr.ily. The Constitution secures a homestead exemption to the head of a family wlio is abel to own a home, and the exemption of a business homestead to the head of a family who is a business man; certainly the current wages of the toller ought to be equally protected by law and made secure against accident or mis- fortune. The law which pl-ohiblts the em- ploynint of young children lacking experience and judgment in factories using maohinery should bo preserved and enforced, and the law allowing the employment in auch factories of children between the ages of twelve and fourteen years should be improv- ed so as to forbid the employment of such children unless, before being employed, they have acquired at least the rudiments of a common educa- tion. Too many causes conspire to drive women to the sweat-shop and children to the f...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 19 January 1910

17 'm • o o i o WKPNE8DAT, JANUARY 1 . > • semi-weekly courieit-times urr The Skirt Alone Worth The Price You Pay For The Suit THREE SWEEPING PRICES That will close out every suit in our stock I SALE STARTS, SATURDAY, JAN. 15th. $17.50 to $20.00 Suits for 22.50 to 30.00 Suits for 32.50 to 37.50 Suits for $ 7.50 10.00 12.50 LeGR&ND, MoDONALD, CARLTON make escupí Muskogee, Okla., Jan. 17.—The pontofflce at Hex, seven miles north of here, was entered by burglars ear- ly this morning unci the safe rifled. The cracksmen obtained >300 worth of stamp* and escaped. The build- ing wns wrecked hy the explosion. Citizens were awakened b ythe nolan but found no clue. slick forger Special to Courler-Tlmeo. Sherman, Tex., Jan. 17.—C. A. Santl/oril, cashier of the Continental State Hank here today received a mcesage from Co >rgetown, Texas, faying Chas. H, Itobarson had been arrested there, RoLewon Is wanted here and at Springfield, Mo., for attempting to pata forged papers to am&...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 22 January 1910

CO *• W W Ubrm-. ,\u#tln. Tex.-.. Semi-Weekly Courier-Times. volume xxVII. TYLER, TEXAS. saturday, january 22, 1010. NUMBER X.. Hundreds of pieces of white goods, and cotton and woolen dress goods: at fully a third less than others prices at - - UPSTATE'S. If Pk 1 u F % <HHKKX><H><><KK><HO<><>O<><><HH>T^ WE LOAN DIRECT TO Farmers and Planters ...CALL AND SEE US... CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK TYLER, - TEXAS ¿O-a-CKXVOOOO-OOO-OOOOO-O-O-OO-O JÓ MOTHER'S CLUB regular monthly meeting will be held friday afternoon. Tomorrow (Friday) afternoon at 'I o'cl ick the High School Mother's Club will hold its regular monthly mooting. A program will bo furnished by the pupils, after which there will be n table talk, led Ivy Su.pt. Adama, the subject being "The Honor System." It Is contemplated that the meet- ing will bo most Instructive and in- teresting, and it la the duty of all member*: to be presnt, as well as other patrons of the school. REAP...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 22 January 1910

ií;v¡ iíW- te ; mi Bl few m * m wv-I" w 1 I ■z W 1 m ■ft !>*}$ : lgM& • t|i ■ r I |.r. • I ■ Sifl •SATURDAY, JANUARY M. Wft 5em¡-Weekly Courier-limes BT Ike Courier-rimes Publishing Co. OAILY SEMI -WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES laeotporafd SEMI-WEEKLY M. A. LÍXP6BY Editor. (H. A. McDOUOAL.. Asocíate Editor. W. E. HAFFERTY ..Business Mgr. mi «t iTJrten Tuu PoitoAc* u Second CUm Muí Matter. «( pmbUmtíaa. tU*tt> North Broadway. Tyler. Ttiia. pires, la It neceaary that we ahould do more than sound til* call to du- ty ? Will the citizens of Smith coun- ty hesitate, lac and balk? We an- swer for them, Nc! What people have done, they can do; what people of other states ar* doing, we shall do even better. We have a vision of a developed county, a progressive, prosperous and happy people and we ¿hall not stop nor hesitate until we shall have made that vision a glorl- reallty. i bum. SO earn per moath by carrier. lappearin* In th^ae eslumna eon individual, will be cheerfully cor- f brackt to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 22 January 1910

cO o ® Q cJl V C9PO®^0 - t") SATURDAY. JANUARY 22, 1910. SEMI-WKEKLY COI*RIER-TIMFS I nder^ear, shirts and hats at a big saving in price at Upstate's. • •v''¿lift*•"*&&<•Í Worn Women Women, worn and tired from overwork, need a tonic. That feeling of weakness or helplessness will not leave you of itself. You should tako Wine of i Cardui, that effectual remedy for the ailments and weaknesses of women. Thousand;; of women have tried Cardui and write enthusiastically of the great benefit it has been to them. Try it—don't experiment | —uso this reliable, oft-tried medicine. f.-¡ The Woman's Tonic j üilra. Tona TTarc, of Picrce, Fla., tried Cardui and afterward wrote: "I was a suiTerer from all ports of female trouble, had pain in my side and lojja, could not sloop, had shortness of breath. ''I Ruffe red for years, until my husband insisted on my trying Cardui. The first bottle gave me relief and now I uiu almost well." Try Cardui. 'Twill help you. AT ALL DBUG STORES A SUCCESSF...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 22 January 1910

SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES !TT •VÍ® I: i II M i'V i 'llí' tí: I ♦I á\ 'i m\ v W ! 3/j;S i| i ¡i IJ i í í; I t\ i «I I II I ¡ All Fall and Winter Clothing, at the heaviest kind of reduction in prices at UPSTATE'S. m THE GUARANTY STATE BANK READY FOR BUSINESS FEB. 1. E VISITS TYLER for om© days some of our lead- 'Jn* business and professional men tave bfcpn agitating the question of organizing and conducting a bank In TVIer under the now fetate guaranty frm.fr law. The Courier-Times at the ««quest of the promoters of this en* •erprlse has refrained from mention- ing this fact till the plans were fully •consummated. We are now glad to .announce that a meeting of the stock holders of the new bank held yester- ,r!ny it was determined that the bank aheuld be organized, and Its capital c&oi-k fixed at * 100,000.00, and the name adopte 1 was "Guaranty State mnk" of Tyler. The organization and c mductln.f «f « Tiank in Tyler under the state guaranty bank law, when undertak- en by home men...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 22 January 1910

SATURDAY. JANUARY 22. ItlO. SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES 8 hi 1, to th er l- xt u in ifl a :t d Tndervear, shirts'and hats at a big saving in price at Upstate's. THE 0N1Y KENEDY FOR BLOOD POISON The first symptom of Contagious Blood Poison is usually a little sore or ulcer, so Insignificant that often no attention is given it. But when the blood becomes more fully infected with the virus the mouth and throat get < sote, glands in the neck and groin swell, and sometimes ulcerate, forming^ sores and ulcers, the hair comes out, copper colored spots appear on th% body, and where the disease is allowed to remain in the system the poison frequently penetrates deeper and attacks the bones. 8. S. 8. Is the true antidote for Contagious Blood Poison—the only remedy that is able to get at the very root of the trouble and remove every particle of the virus from the circulation; at the same time 8.8. 8. acts with upbuilding and tonio effect on every portion of the system. As soon as the system g...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 22 January 1910

v §$£■ SATURDAY, JANUARY ft, 1*10. BEJA-IVIXKLY COURIER-TIME* All Fall and Winter Clothing, at the heaviest kind of reduction in prices at UPSTATE'S. Here You m <sá r BESTATANY The Best because it answers best every true test for Baking Powder 1. Raises lightest and surest 2. MaKes the baking sweetest, and most palatable 3. Leaves no harmful sub- stance in the food What more can a Baking Powder do? Re- member, we say the best,—no exceptions. And it costs you less,—no "Trust" Prices. KC BAKING ThVer POWDER I. 1 est 2B Ounces for 26 Cents Guaranteed under all Pure Food Latos THE STATE OF TEXAS. To the Sheriff or any Constable of Smith County—Greeting: You are hereby commanded that you summon, by making publication of this citation in some newspaper published in the county of Smith, for eight w.-eks previous to the return day hereof, the unknown heirs of P. M. Hays, deceased, which said heirs are unknown and their resi- dence is unknown, to be and appear before the honorable distric...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 22 January 1910

SEMI-WEEKLY COCRIER-TIMES. SATURDAY. JANUARY 23, 1010. Early showing of beautiful Lingerie Waists and Voile skirts at the lowest kind of prices at UPSTATE'S toeen doing as much for human gov- ernment and society as fcr his own export trade, and fir the Improve- ment of his own cattle and butter and baecn. The Danes' success, achieved large- ly through agriculture, has led to much study and investigation by Europeans of their methods and or- ganiation. In 1904. a Scotch com- mission composed of between thirty and forty agriculturalists made u tour of investigation in Denmark and published a report dealing with Danish methods and organizatiDn . Most o ftho countries of Europe, In fact, In dealing with the agriculture, ore following along the lines marked out by the Danes. N. W. UHOOKS CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY, Well Known Attorney of Troupe Aspires to Important Office—Prac- ticed Law for Nine Years. (From Tuesday's Dally.) N. VV. Brooks of Troupe, announces in today's paper for co...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 22 January 1910

m' k : 1 mm-. mm- See those beautiful Undergarments of Muslin, Lingerie and Nainsook, trimmed with dainty embroideries and laces. Compare prices and you will buy at LIPSTATE'S. Semi-Weekly Courier-limes BT The Courler-ilmes Publishing Co. Incorporttmd DAILY SEMI-WEEKLY 0. A. LlNPSEY Editor. H. A. McDOUGAL. .Associate Editor, r. |B. RAFFERTY . .Business Mgr. 3= Mr publKatioi tJon ratea, 60 cent per month by carrier, 1116.00 per year. candidates for governor down to ono j they had better line up as quickly nnd solidly as possible for the candi- date of their choice. If such lino up «íhould show a de- cided preference for one of the threo >ubmiKsIoniKt candidates, the other two would most likely eliminate them selves. They may now think and say they will mot quit, but nothing is so strong os popular opinion. And to this we must look to eliminate our Foatoffice aa Second candidate .! to the singular number and not to committee* nor leaders, except as there may uld lu moulding such po...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 26 January 1910

Ill - - J ——■ r - 0—mámliis. i I L a i- <r ' « | ef th jtt | d< ai Si O G)0 0 Sí! te Ubr-if, ,arj- Aiwin, Te.\ *s. 5? <O0 Semi-Weekly Courier-Times volume xxvn. TYLER, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 26, 1010. NUMBER 8. Of ladies high grade Muslin Underwear we sold lots and lots during the past two weeks. Compare ours and others prices, and you will buy at - Upstate's C" WE LOAN DIRECT TO Farmers and Planters ...CALL AND SEE US,.. CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK TYLER, - TEXAS *3110,000 ACRES SOLD IT $10 III ACRE Brownsville. Tex., Jan. 24.—The H. J. Martin ranch nvar Samfordyce, was fcold today to a Boston syndicate for $100,000. The tract contains about ten thousand acres and the syndicate expects to cut It up Into small farms and sell to Easterners. The tract lies in Starr and Zapata counties. III FT, WORTH Special to Courier-Times. Fort Worth, Tex., Jan. 24.—A large meeting of farmers, members the Texas Farmers' Union will be held at Labor Temple here tomorrow will not be a mere confe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 26 January 1910

bes* - wednesday. january m, itlo. semi-weekly courier-times WÉJ'M- ■'! PngdSfi \ tv fine work of kike's daughters OVER FORTY KAMI LI lis HECEIV- ED BENEFITS I'TOM THEM DURING PAST YEAR. The funds used by this organiza- tion are donations from tho buslnes* jtvn and people of Ty! r g nerally, and it has bc-en their custom to make a yearly statement through the «olumas of this paper that those who contributed muy know Cor what purpose these fund afe used. Their books show that II familt m have been helped and money spent for groceries, drug* dry goods, fuel, nurses, school books, etc., amounts to $419.20, leaving ft «null balance *0 begin the year 1310, but they aro sure that the gjod people will co>m¿ to their rescue when needed, for Which they are devoutly thankful, and are «ure that the p >or and dis- tressed who are helped, also are very grateful for their kindness. A Thanksgiving offering from the chil- dren of the Douglas and Gary schools will long be remembered as a speci...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 26 January 1910

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY l«, 1010. riMü ¡•mi—Mi <£ Men's and Boy's Clothing is selling right now at about the lowest you ever bought it for at Upstate's. LABOR TO FIGHT THE MEAT TRUST Special to Courier-Times. Muskogee, Ok'a., Jan. 21.—Labor Unions here today are circulating pe- titions strongly urging the legislat- ure now in special session at Guthrie to authorize Governor Haskell to ap- point a committee to investigate the cause for Increase prices of all foods- The Unions here blame "Refrig- erator car trust," for the high prices of meats. All locals are expected to follow the example set by Cleveland in abstaining from eating of meat. WE MEET UPON THE LEVEL. We meet upon the Level and we part part upon the Square "What words of precious meaning, the words Masonic are! Come, let us contemplate them; they are worthy of a thought— In the very soul of Masonry these precious words are wrought. We meet upon the Level,though from every station come, The rich man from his mansion, the poo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 26 January 1910

WfcbtáÉDAY, tAXVÉM* ti !•!#. i % v . í/'-v V" % 8kiii< woKti nomiER4iini Those Ladies' waists, Skirts and Ladies' Suits can be bought at the lowest kind of prices at =S Upstate's. SemMfoekly Coaler-Times si Km Conrter-Tlnes PublisMim Co. DAILY 8CMI-WKEKLV S. A. LINDSIST Ii. A. McDOUOAL. .Associate Bdttor. V. B. RAPFKRTY .. Buslnaea Mgr. « "t&.ísrk^®0'M OSaa at * ibltoitlon. Sll-tU North Bromdway, Triar, Tasa*. SskMristoMi mtaa'M «anta par month by earriar. w bsaiil II .M par yaar. _ In thaaa column eon vidual, will be chaarfuily oor- to tha attantion of the Editor. COUNTY" OFFICES. Subject tii action of Democratic Primaries. For County Attorney: JMSSK F. ODOM. N. W. BROOKS. For Tax Asasssor: HBNRY B. MATTHEWS. For Dtotrict Clerk: . J. a LAVENDER. For County Treasurer: W. H. CHITWOOD. DO YOU KNOW HIM? Old man Blank lives down n«ar the creek. Ho has a farm which wi onoe a good piece of land. It la full of guilles,clay galls and sassafras and persimmon patches now. Mr. Blank la ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 26 January 1910

1 Wf*r * •«* (, ( | ...*!► «. * ..V I V'.^. f ® © SEMI • WXEKfiY COC1UHR-1VMHS. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 26, 1*10. All Fall and Winter goods at big concessions in price to clear them at Lipstate's. A Ph^e. Merchant of Tyler ORDINANCE FOR VITAL STATISTICS requires that at.l births and deaths bf reported to secretary. IS SUBJECT TO A FINE geo. It. philips. Hi Some days ago Geo. R. Philips passed the 41st anniversary as a mer-' cihant in the city of Tyler. He is the oldest citizen of continuous business' service in this city, and probably this portion of Texas. He has made a suc- cess In life, and it ;s not inappro- priate to have a few words concern- ing his life and work. He is truly the pioneer merchant of this city. Mr. Philips waa born in St Clair • county, Alabama, Dec. 8, 1853, being now 56 years old. His father waa a prosperous farmer. He came to Ty- ler in September, 1888, and was fl given employment by the old mer- foantile house of Yarbrough & Wim- ! berly, the business haying...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 26 January 1910

one of those heavy or selling at bua a fraction of medium weight suits or overcoats that a their cost at - - , Upstate's. DEMOCRATIC PRO ADVISORY COM. FAVORABLE TO CONE JOHNSON t A Meeting at Austin Held Saturday Afternoon Indicate They Favor Tyler Man For Governor rl Austin, Tex., Jan. 24.—The demo- cratic prohibition advisory commit- ted met la Austin Saturday after- Boon. Plana were laid whereby the pros of the state might com contrate on one man for governor. The committee adjourned Saturday night without openly naming any one man, declaring that under existing conditions this would be unneces- sary. Immediately after the session of the committee Robert F. Spearman, Its chairman, issued a statement de- claring that the man suitable as a prohitionist candidate was one who would not only use his support to ¡have submitted a oonetitlonal amendment on the prohibition ques- tion, but that In event the amend- ment ahold not be submitted would insist upon statutory prohibition of a mos...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 2 February 1910

"\ a © |m VÉMMti & «• * C* ^ u Slftto Library. Austin, t. ;:i. Semi-Weekly Courier-Times. LUME XXVII. TYLER, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1910. NUMBER 1& ro-o-o-o-oo-o-o-o-oooo-oo-oo-oooo-oir^ WE LOAN DIRECT TO Farmers and Planters ...CALL AND SEE US,.. CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK TYLER, TEXAS .O-O-O-O-O-Q-O-O OOOO-OOOOOOO^OO JÓ 1 FIRE TODAY AT GREENVILE lal to Courier-Times. eenville., Tex., Jan. 31.—Fire or- ted in the homo of H. H. Haw- occupied by 11. J. Sullivan, cans- loss oL' $20,000. The heaviest drs are H. H. Hawley, residence, £ R. J. "eorii the ii "> Lewis, residence $1500; this at, ilner, residence $3000; a degrees 'u-ff $3000 in currency ably isnow 1n the Sullivan home. OL: R. J. Sullivan, furniture, $200; effi "eorge Mitchel, residence, C'. _ Spocial to Oi Amarillo, 1 weather of ti for tonight a was a drop of and snow hegi morning. TAINMEHT ,P I pated. 3 all-sitar OF MARVIN Mame * GIVSÉRflfiW rEB. 7th. Mr. Lon Sam - rice King were 'nruent of the bonds of matrl b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 2 February 1910

m ft 1 ie. • • HflBDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1910. SEMI-W1CEKLY COIHIER-TIIIES TO DEVELOP EAST TEXAS EDITOR LI NOSEY MAKES VALU- ABLE SUGGESTION TO EAST TEXAS EDITORS. 71 MEET AT NACOGDOCHES Would Have East Te*as Develop merit Congress Meet With Editors j-.t Thst Place. HOW TO IMPROVE YOUR STOCK OF POULTRY. Get Rid of the Scrubs and Buy Some Thoroughbred Fowls—Good Money in Them. Tho Nacogdoches Sentinel saya: The Sentinel U In receipt of a let- <or from R. K. Y anils, of Athens, (Contributed.) We realize that there should bo a united effort by all the pruiltryimen throughout llit-* country to try to get peoplo to raise -i better grade of ik>u! try than is now raised and kept by the masseia of the people. We see a great Improvment 'p horses, cittie. sheep and hops from that which appeared twenty or thirty years ago. Instead of the old-time long-horned blue or yellow, or some other very undi Arable colored male live s( e a nice short-horned or thor- oughbi(d, for which a fancy price...

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