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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 6 August 1910

fh< ho leai |iv< < tk Is, tl )tei I th« >1© 3 i Idnii net •y< ln< 1 Is tme led |p03t is bkag H t>y tl e: Jgis.tr Lh a i 1X3 | a pe h & idors poi it. lartlc tv seme h sin by |recei; jtaini ma iann< h ■ luid y.i< listen des Hr ii K m >va stre sou [ at s iPO :as cod pg Irs Jud Ir. Jo Idefe to tkl to 1k| ident Ogbti Semi-Weekly Courier-Times i VOLUME XXVII. TYLER, TEXAS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 6, 1910. NUMBER 63. JELL SUBMITS A E LEGISLATION The Big Store The^Leading House 1 gov. campbell bends message to Big Price Savings for the August Shopper AUGUST is the month of Extraordinary Value- giving in all departments of the Big Store—a general clearance of all Summer Goods. This month's selling with us means the full limit of value-giving. Below we mention a few items in the different De- partments. =FFr= $1.50 Umbrellas for 98c 75 Gloria Silk Umbrellas, natural wood and metal handles, paragon frame, Special Friday and Saturday 98c Bargains in Table Linen 10 pie...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Courier-Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 6 August 1910

ÍÍnHmHHI tm , ftKMI-WKKKLY COURIER-TIM*®. 8 ATURO AY, AUGUST 6, 1910. ¡Ptí fe v 1 rff' SemHeekly Courier-limes BI He lourler-ílmís Publishing Co. OAILY Incorporate SEMI-WEEKLY Subscription. $1.00 Per Year •. A. LINFSBY ■L A. McDOUOAL.. A—ooUf lMtlar. W. B. RAFFERTY .. Business Up. Binad it Tyler. Pogtofflo u Second Claul Ofloa of publication, 211-211 North Broadway. Tyler. Tr A reflection appearing in theae columna con tag any individual, will be cheerfully cor- tdlf brought to the attention of the Editor. jmroriririi—- - - - - - The Commercial Club of Tyler is getting: busy. There is much to be done and little time to lose. Dr. W. F. Proctor is the right man In the right plaoe. He is always busy and his advice and counsels are eag- erly sought throughout the country. KCP AN EYE ON YOUR CHlCOREN Mothers, put a little less time an your household and social duties and give a little more time to your chil- dren. Do you know precisely the places that Annie visited when she was so long i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 6 August 1910

SATURDAY, AUGUST 6, 1910. SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. e Season's Greatest Sale Mens Nobby Suits Commencing SATURDAY, JULY 30th, We place on sale our ENTIRE STOCK OF MENS FANCY SPRING SUITS AT Suit values making it possible for you to dress at a very small price Regular $25.00 Suits - Regular 20.00 Suits - Regular 18.50 Suits - • $12.50 - 10.00 9.25 Regular $17.50 Suits - $8.75 Regular 16.50 Suits - - 8.25 Regular 15.00 Suits - 7.50 Goldstein & Brown Tyler's Cheapest Cash Store STATE«DEPARTMENT SUBMITS STATEMENT AS TO EARNINGS OF THE ENGINEERS The state labor department has re- cently compile.! statistics showing the detailed facts of the duties of the loeoniothe engineers of Texas, to- gether with their average i aniians and their property holding. The department withered its facts by means of blanks sent to the engin- eers themselves, and from those who made reply thirty-two were tak- en as typical. A report on the earnings and hours of the locomotive firemen lias al- ready ¡bee...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 6 August 1910

•II SKMI-WKKKLV COURIER-TIM* . S. WLÍ \ V _r gap ¡Él i & w W'f ":-: H MM Semi-Veekly Courier-nines Ike lfltrler-Tl«tóT^UWna fo,, OAILY ^Scííl-WEEKLV u" r - —==^=^^=SS atoo** . $1.00 Per Year I A. UKD8BT ... m. A. MeDOUOAL. W. B. RJLFKKRTT ■ Busilis Mgr. feM at Triar. Tan. PortoOe* u Saeond CteM Mail lUtter. orneé of rn iMdliiin. tll-US North Broadway, Tyler. Tana. A nSectM — ■If tar ■Mted If broi a tsMftHnf In these rolumni coo individual, will be cheerful tar cor- icht to the attention of the Editor. THANK YOU, MY FRIENDS! The kindly words spoken of us by CALL TO OUR BUSINESS MEN. Ono thing is certain no country friends in genera! and by our broth* jean ever prosper until It gets rid of er newspaper men fill us with grat- j scrub stock of all kinds, and replace itude and put us under additional j them with pure breeds. All iuform- otollgat'ons to make good all along | persons Agree that East Texa-s is The Leaning Tower at Pisa, Italy, one of the seven wonders of the ■world, is ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 6 August 1910

SATURDAY, AUGUST 6, 1910. A E To Whom It May Concern: Since my official duties began as District Attorney, I have been closely associated with Mr. Wig Smith, as Sheriff of Smith County, and feel that by virtue of said association and observation of him as an officer that I am in a position which entitles me to express my opinion of his services as Sheriff of Smith County, and in doing so, I desire {p state that I have no desire to place whatever personal influence I might have in the Sheriff's contest, for each of the can- didates are friends of mine; but I do believe that an officer who ably discharges his official duty should have credit for the same. Therefore in justice to Mr. Smith, I, without any degree of hesitation, say that he has exercised most won- derful ability and energy in the discharge of his duties in the development of felony cases and in bringing the crim- inals to justice, and has always manifested the most won- derful interest in the enforcement of the criminal ...

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

m f $0$ fl t: >j \ SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIME8. SATURDAY, AUGUST 6, 1910. TYLER COMMEDL CLUB HIS NEW PRESIOEHT—PROF. H. E, BYRNE The Tyler Commercial Club has a new president—Prof H. E. Byrne, who presided at his first meeting yes- terday afternoon. Prof. Byrne was elected to this important position some weeks ago, but ¡being out of the city, did not as- sume the new duties until the first meeting in August. Prof. Byrne is at the head of the Tyler Commercial College. He ;s a business man of strength and activity. He Is enterpris- ing and successful, and no doubt will make the club a fine presiding officer, and do much toward adano ing Tyler's Interest's. The retiring officer, Mr. Sig Brtick. has been very energetic in pushing Tyler and Smith county's interests to the front. Under hiB administra- tion, some of the bigigest movements in the history of the city have been carried to successful termination. Our entire city regrets the retire- ment of this able and enterprising business ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 6 August 1910

(ATUROA.Y, AUGU8T 6, 1910. ÁíS.Á DRIVES OUT BLOOD HUMORS WhMi wt Ma person* with soft, smooth skins we know at one* that their blood Is pure sad healthy, that the cuticle Is being sufficiently and properly nourished by the circulation. But when the blood becomes Infected with any unhealthy humor the effect is shown by eruptions, bolls, pimples, or some mora definitely marked skin disease such as Eccema, Acne, Tetter, etc. Humors get Into the blood usually, because of a sluggish condition of those members whose duty it 1> to collect and carry off the waste and refuse matter of the system. This unhealthy matter, left In the system, sours and ferments and Is soon ab- sorbed Into the circulation, filling the blood with an Irritating humor. Bemove these humors and the skin disease can not exist, because Its very cause is then destroyed. S. 8. 8. cures all humors of the blood because It Is the greatest of all blood purifiers. It cleanses the blood of every particle of unhealthy matter,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 6 August 1910

m ; JI IJ s íé UPSTATES Toilet Articles. At less than half price. Canpon's Dental Powder, •« Hair Tonic . 11 Japanese Complexion Bloom 41 Florentine Hair Lotion, " Favorite Toilet Lotion, " Sachet Powder. All 50 c 75c and 1.00 articles, choic 119 c All Over Laces and Em- broideries at Almost Half Price 400 or 500 yds. of them. Values run from 25c up to $5.00 yard. You get them at about half price, c to $2.90 per yd. Lot of Ladies Vests Crocheted in sleeves, 6 for 25c. Ladies Pockets, Pocket o oks, Purses and Hand Bags > At almost half price. 13 Pockets and Bags, $1.90, >2.50 «• *' " 1.45, 12.00 " 44 " 1.25, 11.50 " " " .95, Lots of them at 50c and 25c. Fort Worth, Tex., Aug 4.—The Farmers' Union elected W. T. Uvud- ermilk of Comanche county, presi- dent; B. F. McCormiek, Bowie coun- ty. vice president; Miss Nellie Hor- ton, Tarrant county, secretary; Chaw. Smith, Comanche county, assistant secretary; Peter Ralford, Parker county, state organizer Executive committee, F. I. Town...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 10 August 1910

Is 1(1 IS ly- re of I? 1° c\.:s..: Haw State Library, Austin, Texan Semi-Weekly Courier-Times VOLUME XXVII. TYLER, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 10, 1910. NUMBER 64. August Clean=Up Sale IT has been our custom for years to clean up stock during the month of August. We j. ositively will not carry goods over from season to season. Profit not counted during our August Clean-up Sale. We have cut the price deep for this sale. Sale starts Saturday, Augugt 6th Ready-to-wear Department 15 lingerie Presses, colors white, pink and blue, worth $5, clean up sale | qp price I «510 25 Lingerie Dresses, colors white,, pink and blue. All sizes, nicely made, lace and embroidry trimmed. Worth $5.95 $6.95 and $7.60. Your choice during AA AA our August Sale iPOaUU 10 Liugerie Dresses, all colors and sizes. Worth $10.00 to 13.50. To clean up during our August Clean Up Sale.... yu All higher priced dresses sold at half price during this sale. Skirts Our entire line of Ladies' Skirts will be closed out during ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 10 August 1910

kttMMM ■ i-.J a •IMI-WHtKLY COORIM-TIMIS. WC ON E8 DA Y, AUGUST 10, 1910). m > BUG READY FOfi LABOR OAY I THIS CUY COMMITTEES APPOINTED AMD HAVE GONE TO WORK TO MAKE AFFAIR A SUCCESS. plenty of 6000 music WILL BE PROVVOGD W ~wl£ OC- CASION* VOKKCHV. «WT.. K- From Dean. We had a very good rain last Thursday night, which was badly seeded. Ralph Griffin who has been visit- ing relatives and friend's for the past two weeks, returned to Fort Worth last Wednesday. Mrs. E. O. Harris is visiting her daughter, Mrs. W. E. Thedford, of Mt. Sylvan. Miss Mary Boring spent the week at Black Fork, attending the meeting at that place. Quite a number attended the cream supp-v at the school house Monday night. Miss Nannie Griffin entertained few of her friends Tuesday night. Miss Maud Autrey of Chandler was a gue¿t of Miss Minnie Hughes this week. A mtober of our people attended vbe all-day singing at Block Fork, the ±ft£ Suaday. So;- rVan and sister of Tyler spent ra..#-, week with their uncle, W...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 10 August 1910

o WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 10, 1910. SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. i m o « 8" Bah El OID SOUR ANSWERS TO THE IASI ROLL CALL R. L. HERRIN, WHO FOUGHT WITH FORREST, DIED 7 MILES SOUTHWEST OF TYLER. Another old Confederate soldier passed away in the death of R. L. Herrín, aged 78 years, which occur- red Monday morning at his home, some miles southwest of the city. The funeral occurred Tuesday at ■Midway cemetery, the services being conducted by Rev. M. O. Meador. Mr. Ilerrin was a brother of Ray- ford Herrín, a well known citizen of North Tyler. He Is survived by Ilia widow and several children, all of whom are grown. He was a member of the Methodist church. Deceased served with distinction in the Confederate army. He enlist- ed in company F, 4th Mississippi cavalry, Forrest's command, an i par- ticipated In the battles of Brlce's Cross Roads, Harrtefourg, and Van Dorn's Raid into Holley Springs. He had lived in Smith county for forty years or more, and was recog- nized as one of our very best c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 10 August 1910

Í.1TW '."•O'¡ ,«MU* * * fctMI-WttKLY UAltR.tlMié The Wapo creamery shipped' a car olad of butter to Chicago last week Semi-Weekly Courier-limes e • e AMONO OtlR EXCHANOE8. e • • The hog crop In iSmlth oounty this year will be thé largest In a long time The Courler-TInes Publishing Co. Inoorpormfd SEMI-WEEKLY The Denison Herald 1a such a crank about the split log drag that It want the drag to work overtime Subscription. $1.00 Per Year i. A. LINDSEY H. A. McDOUOAL. .Associate Bdtlor. r. B. RAFFERTT .. Bu#líieae Mgr Poitoffic* u Second «mured at Tywr. Texai. ■ Mail Matter. fe 1 W (ft! 83 ÍSCÍ Kl'' B' ¿ Offloa of ■ publication. 211-213 North Broadway, Tyler, Tex**. A reflection anpearing In the** columna con «•rains any indlviduil, will be cheerfully < rteM if brought to the attention of the Ed I ^rrinrrinn*rrr— **--* "*** ***** ****** REPOhTS DENOUNCED BY PAL- cSTI'NF PEOPLE. The citizens of Palestine, our nel.?b bor city ,are justly indignant at the outrageous reports that have gon...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 10 August 1910

>NE80AY, AUGUST 10. 1910. 6 f* In STRONG ENDORSEMENT To Whom It May Concern: Since my official duties began as District Attorney, I have been closely associated with Mr. Wig Smith, as Sheriff of Smith County, and feel that by virtue of said association ind observation of him as an officer that I am in a position which entitles me to express my opinion of his services as Sheriff of Smith County, and in doing so, I desire to state that I have no desire to place whatever personal influence I might have in the Sheriff's contest, for each of the can- didates are friends of mine; but I do believe that an officer who ably discharges his official duty should have credit for the same. Therefore in justice to Mr. Smith, I,without any degree of hesitation, say that he has exercised most won- derful ability and energy in the discharge of his duties in the development of felony cases and in bringing the crim- inals to justice, and has always manifested the most won- derful interest in the enf...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 10 August 1910

1 limn mm— nuil—¡i i «mi w i ii<iri<^^iiiaiiwi iwrni>iiiitfiiT tW<iiiiii[|iiiw>|lWri<MÉWMiirfX"" ■Mr ata « . t i 1 J i ] c t < t ( ( ( < 1 \ i 1 i i J t < 1 t 1 t I y d It o: rr b: ol be tl w ai tt Cm gt cc ri a on '■ th of In re he la- thi an sya Th tag daj we far thu roa an< Wh me cau ano brli tag iy < roa Y but tun too. tur gro esc THB StMI-WKEKLY G0UR1ER-TI1IBS. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 10, 101Q PLENTY OF NATI FAST TEKAS "ROOT HOG UNO UVE" T.H.Gay of Montgomery County Speaks of East Texas as Ideal Hog Country • SNAP SHOTS FROM THE DAL • • LAS TIMES-HERALD. • "East Texas, the Future Hog Coun- try," was the subject of a paper read (by T. A. Gay of Montgomery, Texas, before the Texas Swine Breeders' As- B0clati0|r at College Station last week. It follows: To the Texas State Swine Breeders' Association: There can be no question or doubt that the statement that East Texas is the future hog country is in «nil re- spects a truthful one. There are many good and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 13 August 1910

SI lo arH jjy. lis !>ui o lt I © ® © Igl lying Iliad fori t y I liates íe < íe a ore [it e ] in¡ duaU bund |wlth pra< m for lining [ether Isiness 3(1 salt ivincec ipetito: Jiy the |no Syis coursi |the e i Tyler exas. ls bwa, pre |ty will res8iv< lent. this t |ool—"ES not nece ['ice to a penses a do that |;p cool. St 3 as? ' |t are New Ii IJDATH is that |>ng line [it and 1 and Mlt Samples fr- IMERCH 1 SHELTON Cashier ' lank, KM*6 . to Nt a Stato Llbrar>- Austin, Semi-Weekly Courier-Times. VOLUME X*VII. TYLER, TEXA8, SATURDAY, AUGUST 13, 1910, NUMBER £5. BUSINESS OF TYLER ENDORSE TRADES OA! V The Big Store The Leading House *Matfeb kifchmMfc, FOR the second week of August we are offering some extraordinary bargains in all departments of the Big store. Below we mention a few special items: - 75c Sheets for 59c 25 Dozen full size 81x90 Linen Finished Sheets,seamed cen- ters, worth 75c; special for this week 59c 150 Pieces Ginghams RED SEAL, A. F. C. and Manchester. Thi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 13 August 1910

Wmiñ - ■c j^KMf iwaw SiWtórt'BiBíii SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIME . SATURDAY, AUGUST 13, 1910. | I I } I ' rt: Semi-Weekly Courier-1 ¡mes BT fto Coartar-flaes ftbllsMa^ Co. bewywtM ■OAILY SCMI-WCCKLV 91.00 Per Tew A. UNresr M. A. MeDOCOAV JumocUt Bdttor. 9. M> RAFT-KRTT ..Business MT i Mail lUuet. fil-211 North Broadway. ehacrfuior of ti Ed F> Ik Tennessee the independents eíetaá their entire ticket, defeating ©tremor Patterson by a majority of al*>tu 4ÍI.000 vota . If the plan few establishing Farm- ■erf" Union warehouses. as promul- gated fcy the Earmers* Unkm conven- tion of Font Worth, are carried into «(feet, it will, iiTKjuetsiiona.'bly, result Sn great good to ihe farm«TS. The white men now confined in the Anderson county jail, charged with murdering negroes some days ago. should, and no doubt will, foe given a lega! trial. It is Vich time that such roiiduet should t>e stepped. The Dallas Times-Herald accuses «be Waco Times-Herald of exhibiting flection rooster devoid ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 13 August 1910

SATURDAY, AUGUST 13, 1910. a I*-- | EARNINGS OF UPW OF TO FOR THE PAST YEAR Labor Commissioner Meyers Shows that tne Average Daily Scale was $2.27—Cost of Living Increased Carpenters of Texas do not ai i>ear to have fared very well during the past year .that Is compared with artl- /earns In other lines of endeavor, ac- cording to a statistical statement given out yesterday by Commsioner of Laibor Myers. The commissioner talces th© cases of seventy-seven car- penters in Texas for the past year. Tho result is as follows: The average length of work day of seventy-seven carpenters who report-, ed was six hours and forty-flve min- utes. Of the seventy-seven carpenters reporting, fifty-eight report earnings for 1909 to the amount of $41,914, an average of $722,65 for each man re- porting. Average daily wage scale was $2.27. Thirty-eight report the cost of liv- ing- to the amount of $36,786, or an average of $634.24 for each family. And the average Increase In cost of living for the pas...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 13 August 1910

«i <■ • • v. "• í#,< ,.. ' 7. W VM m Semi-Weekly Courier-1 imes PUDDINGS PuWisWnn Co. Incorporated OAILY SEMI-WEEKLY ?V m I , I ♦ I EÉ¿ íif ■ SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. SATURDAY, AUGUST 13, 1910. Svbscriptian. $1.0 Per Year S. A. LIND8KT ............ MMW. H. A. ICcDOUOAL. .AjmocU* Mfttor. r. X. RAFFGRTT . .Buslneas Mgr. Cu tarad at Tylar, Tazaa, Puatolflca aa Sacona Mail Mat attar. OSea of publication. 211-218 North Broadway, Tylar, T« ¿.reflection appearing la these columna eon •amine any individual, will be cheerfully cor- (acted if brought to the attention of the Editor. Gee! It's terrible to be under that steam roller at Austin this hot weath er. made from Jell-0 ICECREAM Powder An the easiest made and moat de. lioioua ever aerved by the finest cooke. Simply stir the powder Into milk, boil a few minutes, and it'a done. Anyone ean do it. Directions printed on the package. Ice Cream made from Jell-0 lee Cream Powder ooata only one cent a dish. Flavors: Vanilla, Strawberry, L...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 13 August 1910

SATURDAY, AUGUST 13, 1910. pee. [ge, lont ¡va fiats, Mr, was ince. Itcher the Eited es He Jet- acted . Dy- tlcks. Sam Goodman Writes ~ ~ About Trip to Arizona Presoott, Ariz., Aug. 6.—Mr. Ernest Rafferty, Tyler, Texas.—Dear Ernest: —Thinking you might be interested in hearing something about Arizona (the country God forgot), I will give you a short decrlptlon of those parts I have visited. The most won derful of all, the Grand Canyon, I haven't seen yet, but will stop ofT there on my way home from Los Angeles. On my arrival In Prescott, a typi- cal Arizona town, I wag surprised at the absence of the truly Western cowboy with Ills pair of Colt's 45s and 1 must confess that I was a lit- tle disappointed that I did not see the war-paint and feathered Indians on every corner. A courteous and most hospitable people welcomed me everywhere I went. (Presoott lias a population of 6000 and Is located in a basin almost en- tirely surrounded by mountains. The main .business section is located a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 13 August 1910

mf fi m Ik: ma U tf II if (k y SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. SATURDAY, AUGUST 13, 1910. LIVINGSTON COUNTY WILL HAVE EXHIBIT AT SMITH COUNTY The Tyler Commercial Club Is re- ceiving quite a nvmber of letters from different sections of the coun- try, .making inquiries about Tyler and Smith county. One letter comes from a gentleman in Shelbyville, 111., making special Inquiry as to poultry raising in this eecton, and stating that, if conditions are favorable, he exi>ects to move here. He says that if he comes he will bring several of his neighbors and friends who desire to locate in this section of the state. I A retired merchant writes from New Braunfels Inquiring about school facilities, churches, health of the country, etc. He wishes to oome here to locate. Still another letter comes from the Livingston Commercial Club, Ldv will be impossible for us to place an exhibit at Tylor. Now if you can wrfte us at once giving us the exact tintes of your fair we would be glad to try and arran...

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