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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 13 August 1910

SATURDAY, AUGUST IS, 1910. SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. OBIT HID TRADES Dili • III MR"™, ■HIHBhMB are shown SATURDAY, AUG. 27, THE LAST SATURDAY IN THE MONTH! —A GREAT DISPLAY OF SMITH COUNTY PRODUCTS. MANY PREMIUMS OFFERED For Any and Everything Grown In Smith County, Including Live Stock, Poultry, Etc.—Prepar- ing For October Coun- ty Fair. On Saturday, August 27tli, will be an exhibit of Smith county products, including live stock, poul- try, etc., and a Trades Day for those who have anything to sell or trade. A regular monthly exhibit audi trades day will be maintained, and same will be the last Saturday In every month. There will toe many premiums offered for almost every- thing grown, and the Courier-Times, Iboth daily and semi-weekly, will de- vote a column or more for the pur- pose of advertising, free of charge, anything that will be for sale or ex- change to be brought to Tyler on each and every Trade Day the last Saturday in each month. Permanent headquarters will be mainta...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Courier-Times
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 13 August 1910

- m ÉflMHMMMMHHINNNMHM M0MMMHS9BDHK ÍW*** ' MM11 I V nxm IATUWPAV, AUGUST 13, 1910. 1 ; m DISntKT CONVENTION MEETS IN LONGVIEW ON AUGUST 27TH The clmirmeu of the various (lis- trie', executive committees have called a convention (o be hell In l/oagfvlew. August the 27fh, for the purpose of canvassing the vote fof the respective candidates, and for tie making of platforms and attend- ing to such other matters as will I properly come beforo euch conven- tion. Following chairmen are Interested: Eighth senatorial district, 4th Judi- cial district, 3rd eon grew-i mini dls- (¡til supremo judicial district, 3th notorial district. It is desired that there he a full attendance at this convention. trlot, and l: ONLY TWO CANDIDATES FOR COUNTY OFFICES TO EN- TER RACE. E ED BY ENTION AT GALVE Following is the platform adopted by the convention at Galveston late yesterday afternoon: 1. We believe that a representative democracy is the most perfect form of government ever devised by the ■wisdom of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 17 August 1910

C-. V, -.O c . 0,0 c> 0 J'0o > * M'V. Tt-\i Semi-Weekly Courier-Times VOLUME XXVII. mMmsssammc TYLER, TlXAt. WeONtSDAV, AUOUST t7, 1 1<X Ni>Min « oo SMOÜ COUNTY FAIR WILL BE HELD IN TYLER OCTOBER 0,1 8, 1910 ill 1 H LeGrand, McDonald, Carlton Co. MID-SUMMER SALE / Starts After Supper Tuesday, August 16, 7:30 P. M. YOU will find in this sale the rarest and most wonderful bargains ever offered in your city, as we were fortunate enough to secure several thousand dollars worth of seasonable merchandise at far below the manufacturers'cost, so you thrifty buyers had better take heed and see us after supper Tuesday. There will be numerous other other bar- gains, in fact too numerous to mention. See Us and be Convinced 25c Linen 10c. 50 pieces colored lined, an ex- tra good quaiity cloth that is worth 125c yard. Midsummer sale price 10c $2 Waists $1. 150 ladies pretty white shirt waists all sizes worth $2, mid- summer sale, each $1.00 10c Bleached Vests. 50 dozen ladies bleached...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 17 August 1910

i • irl " ; " ' ' •' • . - " * . ■ • J** SBMI-WCBKLV C04JR1W-TIMCS. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 17, 1910, UNO WILL BE NEXT SHERIFF The primary passed off quSetely Saturday. Up to noon today Chair* man Beaird hed received returns from only one or two boxes in the county. General results are as follows: Land beat Smith for sheriff fry seven or eight hundred. • Long beat Itosson for constable,. Tyler precinct, by 61 votes. McKay beat Strange for oounty commissioner by 40 votes. Spratling was elected constable In precinct No. 5, and Sullivan Is elect- ed constable In precinct No. C. Smith carried the city of Tyler by only 15 votes, while Land carried Lindale by 334' majority. TO EXHIBIT ON 1 HADES DAY One of the interesting exhibits to be seen at the first trades display to be "held soon will be the natural hen Incubator, as manufactured by Gus- tavo Bott, living on R. F. D. No. 1, Tyler. This is an Incubator that can be manufactured at home, and, when Mr. Bott puts it on exhibition In Ty- ler he...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 17 August 1910

17, 1910. o C-"0r:*--¡ o . o." KMI>VV^CKLY COURICR-TIMKft. :ket is |4 to 12 Go d large Hose wns, ncess 14.90 >3.85 ir Pre- It lots of >n Miles tale Itlng to {25. lived at Llndaia A. J. ganders [ 1-2 cefits. It Mr. Sanders Isecond bale, re- llze. It was sold tETING. s rt Rejected ston Convention ] mi Hold Meet- bys at Queen lurch. will begin a arrow at the church. The fann, *1uup re* i the church la Mr. Aahcraft tlag will idied a very euc- the dhurch at Ifiuse, at which 1 number of con- nloners visited ■ * Is week and are |e condition of generally. 0®°- atendent, is an _resslve Ideas, that he to mak- owing. Commls- to the Courier-- that Mr.^en- (finest ¿ora crops pat many acre to the acre. Daily Courier- pota It! "A Baaoam.' pie, to the end that they may be free from any suspicion of wrong-doing." 1 Resolved, That we indorse the course of Hon. Charles A. Culberson and those representatives In congress from Terns for voting In favor of freo lumber and free iron ore, and comme...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 17 August 1910

mm MM|y 3 SEM1-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. WKOMBMAY, AUOUBT I " If ¡Mil' II ¡11 1 f t f T:T Í f Ü ' K l&I m' ■ I it II I? i} II jt- 1 UD ' i 1 t I 8 lb t to n to fli tli as tli as me *i> tfu hi) W€ Pit wh Eh* Of era st© dre Mb) hou dau- by (Poll exh. ima<? 6ecr for • W diinn ed < toot, boy calf, eonic get : ami prldt Tlhes On ed It the t FOR shoaf JCoun I Ev or u\ us. " tor b Nortl expet betwi true with photo 183, ' Fopul Hf Exc trains ton S and 'i limit Houst furtht ^emf-Weekly Courier-Times BT flie tourler-Tlmes Publishing Co. IneorporéM DAILY SEMI-WEEKLY Subscription. $1.00 Per Year «. A. UNMET li. ▲. McDOUOAL. .Associate BdMor. W. ■. RAFFGRTT ..Buikm Mfr. ■iterad it Tytof. Tex* , PMtofflce m SmsoiuI Claw Mail Matter. of publication, 211-218 North Broadway, Tyler. Texaa. ¿.reflectionappaarlns In thaae columna eon aarxtearMW IndfadSil. will be cheerfully cor- aadted if brought to the attention of the Editor. side and looking in or standing Intide and looking out.—Waoo Times...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 17 August 1910

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 17,1910. BOX FACTORY E SEASON JUST CLOSED HAS BEEN MOST PROSPEROUS IN HIS- TORY OF ENTERPRISE. RUN 24 HOURS PER FACTORY HAD TO PUT IN FULL 24 HOURS TO FILL ORDERS. Turned Out Over 700,000 Four-Basket Crates, Besides Large Number of Bushe! Boxes and Other Crates. D. C. Anderson, manager of t.be Ty- ler Box Factory, stated to a Courier- Times man yesterday that the season just closed has been the most suc- cessful In the history of that enter- prise. The plant was kept running night and day to supply its orders. At all hours long strings of wagons were in waiting for «rates in which to pack the beautiful, red-cheeked El- bertas. During this season the box factory turned out over 700,000 4-basket crates. Besides this big run, they manufactured a large supply of 6- basket crates, as well as several car loads of bushel boxes. This is the first season thai the bushel boxes have been used in this section and the package turned out by the Tyler Box Factory gave com- plete ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 17 August 1910

' ' i I ) 'if ¡ * I ! t \ '«gtmxi iilfi - ,: %W% fltfttb• MKW1^ ■''**4Kf $* < , ? 4 \IKg0fm tm to itt* ■ SKÍííüw^ijfc ' THE 6KMI-WJCEKLY C0UR1ER TIMBS. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 17, 1910. GRMID AND PETIT The following arc the grand jurors for the September term of district court, beginning, Sept. 5th: iM. A. Long, Tyler. J. L. Stephenson, R. 1. Troup. F. W. Collier, Troup. J. L. Jackson, Amigo. A. M. Flint, Flint. J. J. Wood ley, R. 4, Tyler. John A. Lott, Tyler. O. L. Crawley, Mt. Sylvan. H. L. Dickson, Whitehouse. J. C. Preddy, R. 3, Lindale. A. J. Faikner, Garden Valley. Lee Shaw, Tyler. J. J. Hodd, R. 3, Winona. J. T. Pool, Llndale. J. H. LeGrand, Tyler. ' W. M. iMcClure, R. 2, Tyler. ee Petit Jurors. The following are the petit jurors for the September term, beginning Sept &th: Tirol Week, Sept. 5—Max Gold- gtein, Tyler; P. D. Aahcraft, Llndale; J. L. Ashley, Llndale, R. 1; J. M. Brown, (Overton, R. 2; Homer Burks, Tyler; L. H. Thompson, Tyler, Hi. 4; Allen Matthews, Llndale, R....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 20 August 1910

•tate Library. Austin, Toxmm. Semi-Weekly Courier-Times VOLUME XXVII. TYLER, TEXAS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 20, 1910 Xo. (¡7 DO NOT FEET TYLER S FIRST TRADES Mi, SATURDAY, AUGUST 21,1910 The Big Store The Leading House THE BIG STORE-THE LEADING HOUSE t <>' / V ji/'i Wx X- Pfeft f < y I s K •v \ íü.N'rtVftwrt'w.v. • v.v. sv v.v.v,:.;*i^sviWI .,Sv,.rt ".VAV. SWSVy* • W.VAW Copyright ADLER LA S CALL On all of our Men's and Youth's suits. It is no everyday opportunity. It is a chance that should cause you to act immediately if you can possibly use an extra suit at this time. They are all this season's styles, light and dark colors, Including grays, browns, light and dark mixtures. Sale Begins Saturday, August 13th I. X G. N. MR. BRITTON, VICE PRESIDENT OF COTTON BELT, IN NEW YORK, TO SEE THE GOULDS. TO THE Understood That the Cotton Belt Contemplates Many Extensions in Texas. Today's Dallas News states that there is a probability that the Cotton r«lt will buy the I. & G. NT. railw...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 20 August 1910

SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. SATURDAY, AUGUST 20, 1 10. Seiw-Weekly Courier-limes BT fke Courier-Times Publishing Co. OAILY Incorporated SEMI-WEEKLY Stbscripthn. $1.00 Per Year s. A. LINPSEY editor. H. A. McDOUOAL. Associate Editor, f. B. RAFFDRT? . .Bunlne* Mr ^liiinl at Tyler. Texas, Pontofflce ai Second Claii Mail Mntter. of publication, 211-213 North Broadway, Tyler. Texan. A reflection appearing In these column con «•ruinsany individual, will be cheerfully cor- •aeted it brought to the attention of the Editor. JmAmUUXAr'JW"''""*V**'* ******* to cass out that fellow, Just as that follow will cuss out <hlni about not building a sidewalk. The moral to these remarks Is that we build sidewalks now. Whatever el.-/j may 'be Q.n e.'ucr Tom Campbell, compelled to admit that sought, at all times. OR. RANKIN'S NOSE. holding Dr. Rankin is practicing ought to ills nose.—Oorsleana 'Sun. I •• said ol Well, anyhow, we are ahead of Dr. llankln. We won't have to invest In n clothes pill.—Piano ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 20 August 1910

SATURDAY, AUGUST 20, 1910. Old Man High Price together with his wife, children and grand children are dead, and will be buried in Bullard, Texas, and we want you to attend the funeral which commences Thursday, August the 18th. This entire family will be buried by the biggest Cut Price Sale ever known in the history of sales. The Drouth is on us and we are up against it. We have got to have some money and we have got to sell the goods to get it. LAST SALE! This will be the last Big Sale we will give this season, this will be our annual Clean-up Sale. We are not go- ing to stop at the cost. We are going to put the prices on the goods that will make them move. Read every word we have to say and you with agree will us that nothing like these prices have ever been made on a good clean merchandise in this town or any other before. Clothing We have cut the price on most all clothing and pants, just half in two An $18 suit for A $12 suit for $6 A $10 suit for $5 ^i— Men's Pants Every man ha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 20 August 1910

SEMI-WCEKLY COORIEA-TIMCt SATURDAY, AUGUST 20, 1010. J QS FARM PRODUCTS AND LIVE STOCK EXHIBIT p ' > At Tyler Saturday, August 27,1910, at Building on North Broadway next Door to Courier-Times Office, Where a Display of Everything Grown Will be Made. List of Premiums Offered—A Day for Trade and Exchange—Many People will t>e in Tyler on that Day with Things to Trade or Sell and Buyers to Buy EVERYBODY INVITED TO COME TO TYLER SATURDAY, AUGUST 27 An Interesting Program Has Been Prepared and There will not be a dull Moment During the Entire Day- Gome and Help Us Start this Great Movement off Right—It Means Much to Everybody in Smith County—Bring in Anything You have for Sale or Exchange. Free lee Water Will be Furnished to All Saturday, August 27th, will be ex hlbit and trades 'day In Tyler. ThL la the beginning of the regnlar month 1y exhibit and trade day; it is also the foundation for the keeping and maintaining a permanent display of farm, orchard and garden products The once...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 20 August 1910

SATUtROAV, AUGUST 20, 1910. trades day (From Thursday's Dally.) Rev. R. E. Morris, pastor of the Baptist church at mite house, was in the- city today. He stated to the Courier-Times that be had Just clos- ed a meeting with the Baptist's at Whltefooufce, in which there were seven additions, six. being by bap- tism. He is now in a meeting at Sharon. There have been several ad- ditions already. Last night there were 25 conversions. Sir. Morris further stated that Rev. J. L. Ross, Methodist pastor at Whitohouse, is now holding a very successful meeting at that place, and Rev. G. P. May, Baptist pastor a: Pleasant Hill, is also in a. meeting ac that place. Both those preaoheis .m> having fine success. Asked If there was any interest in the Wlhitehouse (community in the coming Trades Day in Tyler, August 27tn, and the 'Smith County Fair, Mr (Cintinuad front. pa*e 4 ) ative public necessity demanding the suspension of the constitutional rule requiring bills to be read on three several d...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 20 August 1910

8EMI-WCEKLY COURIER-TIMES. •ATUROAY, AUGUST 20, 1*10. • Get Well . Tf you are sick, you wish to get well, don't youf Of course you do. You wish to be rid of the pain and misery, and be happy again. L 1 If your illness is caused by female trouble, you fj can quickly get the right remedy to got well. It's¡j Cardui. This great modicine, for women, lias re-ri lieved or cured thousands of ladies, suiiering like I you from some female trouble. CARDUI COUNTY FAD LAUNCHED LAST NIGHT =¡N For Women's Ills J ! Un. Fannie Ellis, of Foster, Ark., suffered agony for seven | years. Bead her letter about Cardui. She writes: "I was sick for seven years with female trouble. Every month I would very nearly I die with my head and back. I took 12 bottles of Cardui and was J | oared. Cardui is a God-send to suffering women." Try it AT ALL DRUG STORES of blackberry jam !n the constltu Hon." "Johnny. I'm losing patience. Once more, did you take tie jam?" "Ma, I'd like to delay until next fall to prepare my...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 20 August 1910

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 17, 1910. SEMI-WBBKLY OOUAIRR-TIME&. Uunninniiuiu,, ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT. AVegetable PrepartflonfirAs- ^A.,atc^ '^RwdandRegula ling llie Stomachs andBowás 4t Infants /c h i ld r en Promotes DigestionJCIwtfiJ- ncss and Rest.Contalns neitta O pium .Morphine norMitwaL, Not Narcotic. JhtipeofOMIkStMJELFnWA Jhi.Suuin * JlbcMleSotts- MstSetd* hormStfd- lan/ift/S Aperfecl Remedy for Constipa- tion , Sour Stomach,Diarrhoea Worms ,Co«vulsions.Feverish ness and Loss of Sleep. Fac Simile Signature of NEW YORK. CASTORM Por Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of SEEKS TO STOP WHISKEY PRE- , Atb months old J5dOSFS-J5CEN« (wtiprnntppd under the Mod* Exact Copy of Wrapper. In Use For Over Thirty Years GASTORIA TELLS ABOUT FIRST FAIR HELD IN TYLER CHAS. LATHAM WAS SEC. AND TREAS., AND THE LATE JAS. P. DOUGLAS, PRESIDENT. ADMISSION TEN CENTS AND NO FREE PASSES EXHIBIT OF SMITH CO. SOILS WAS ATTRACTIVE FEATURE. Dr. Yoakum, Now Deceased, Was One ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 20 August 1910

JirP. O 3 o o . *.>' c.C0-. '1, . o • „ t. 0"«o THB DAILY COUÍIIUI-TIMU. 8AOTJRDAY, AUGUST 20, 1010 ABOUT OUR FAIR ON MES DAY POULTRYMEN PROMISE TO HAVE EXHIBITS IN TYLER, TRADES DAY, AUGUST 27. ALSO AT THE COUNT! FAIR Smith County Produces Some Exc*' lent Thoroughbreds and a Fine Show Can Be Had. Several«poultrymen have promised to have chickens on exhibit at the Trades Day. August 27, iter will exhibit them at the Smli'.i County Fair, to be held October 6. 7 nnd Sth. This is an industry that has beon much neglected in Stniia county un- til within the last two or thrt-.> years, ti.ere has been quite an impous sh- ea it by the poultry shows held in the fall. A good display on the first Trades Day will mean a splcudil exhibit :it the County Fair, and all our poultry- men should see to it That they are represented. Many valuibb prizes will be offered. After the county fair is ivor. >he best of the poultry exhibit should b:- carried to the Dallas fair. So far as we know, there...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 24 August 1910

State «• . Am<„, Teia# Semi-Weekly Courier-Times. VOLUME XXVII. TYLER, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 24, 1910. NUMBER 69. \ Corn Breeding! BY J. A. BLOW Bullard, Tex., Aug. €3, 19tl0.—-The . Coutier-TImes, Tyler, Texas.—Dear Sir and Friend:—'I want to tell tho readers oí the Courier-Times some- thing more about the photograph ea" com that was published in the Farm and Ranch October 3. 1905. This photograph ear corn reproduc- ed first crop 1002 pounds of corn in the ear shuck oij. s?ime. There.was about three-fourths the grain® of photograph ear corn plant- ed on alternate rows along side of what I call the non-photograph ear coin which will be explained further on. The photograph test rows made 102 pounds inore coiii in the shuck than the non-photograph rows did. And the ^ the photograph row stalks were about 6 inches taller than the non- photograph rows. The photograph ear and the non- photograph ear seemed to breed or reproduce very much after themsel- ves with the exception of a ve...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 24 August 1910

mrm SEMI-WEKKLY OOURIER-TIM*!. WEDNESDAY, AUQUST 24, 1010. ,A I 1Í Semi-Weekly Courier-rimes BT The Courier-Times Publish! Jifl Co. DAILY InearpanM 8CMI-WEEKLY Subscription. $1.00 Per Year Ju UNPSBT A. lfeDOUOAL. K. raffgrtt A* ocUf BdWar. .. Burtnw Her- at Triar. Texts. Poatoffic* m Second Mail Rl ktter. publication. 211-213 North Broadway. Trior. Texas. A reflection aj —filing any ini oooted if brought i appearing In theee column* individual, will be cheerful ly ght to the attention of the Edi con cor- ¡tor. c.ad they- are going to oome to Tyler on that date and alt subsequent Trades Day dates and exhibit their farm stuff to hundred* of visitors. Let Tyler people do their part in this laudable undertaking and the coun- try i>eople can be depended on to do theirs'. TOTE FAIR. The dates are October 6, 7 and 8. Let's all get busy .iot and make the Smith couhty fair the greatest comity fair ever held in Texas. A Washington paper bays that •'Roosevelt's dam near ready." The paper di...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 24 August 1910

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 24, 1910. SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES OLD WEDS HAD BIG TIME WERE ROYALLY ENTERTAINED BY CITIZENS OF MsGREGOR. Over 500 Old Soldiers Were Present —Largest Number In Many Years. (From Friday's Dally.) Messrs. D. V. Sharp, C. W. Wood ami Ben Harrison, members of a party of Ave ex-Confoderates who at- tended the reunion at McGregor, re- turned home last night. They aire de- lighted with the trip in every way. Speaking of the trip, M.\ Sharp said to the Courier-Times man this morning, "Up to the time we left, 620 Confederates had registered. This Is the largest number of Con- federates present at a state reunion in many years. We have never been more royally treated than we were on this occasion. Every thing was absolutely free to the old soldiers. If wo wanted a cup of coffee, it was free; if we wanted a cigar or a glass of lemonade, they were free; if we wanted to go to the picture show, it was free; in fact, the committee had so arranged things that no Confeder- ate wa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 24 August 1910

i THE UXl-WCSXLy couucx-Tim WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 24, 1«1<X 51 ||i J? ■is ! f I i Semi-Weekly loirfer-INnes m The tmkf'ÍUm PaMbM* Co. DAILY SEMI-WEEKLY COMMUTES ARE 1 FOR THE SMITH COUNTY fctocri * . M Per Year TRADES DAY ■. A. LBflMYT a. A. HeDOCOaL.. AjmrmiAim Eémar 9. E. RAJTCRTT ..BMImb Mr M T/l«r 7 «xa* PtttuAna M o< nnMUafanai. KI-ÍU MorUi ftp- ! /. Tytar. 7om Meeting of Committeemen is Called for Seturday, August 27, in Com- mercial Club Rooms A nAKtm ¡n tluna «alumn* «na Mnk(U> n/l.r-rtiuu. will h« enawrfuly «/ir-, r rtr1 ' nrvttfltt at torn tamaña f -Jut SA.tm. A. 3l_OW. LUNCH WILL BE SERVED IT 12 O'CLOCK EU«W'".=!TC in UkU MC.'V: -*-<5 PfiA". aa *rtlci« on tern breeding Oy •/ A. BVr of B iilard Ev*r7 tom .-aUfr.' ahoiild read Mr, filo ' M" Blow h^a taken com >r1z#: a* the XsiV.zj. atan* mi AW* io ía-r* for m r.7 wcr**-,;?* y-srn a&i oo ;' be coast ¡«rM authority or. ws breedir-ír. At th* meeti-E^ of tí emís? re* •/ the Smith Oxsaxf Fa; AsaociaU*.-*: tie foUo...

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