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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 24 August 1910

-TT SATURDAY, AUGUST 20, 1 10. FARM PRODUCTS AND UVE STOCK EXHIBIT y 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 be 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- hibit and trades day in Tyler. This is the beginning of the regular month ly exhibit and trades day; It is also the foundation for the keeping and maintaining a permanent display of farm, orchard and garden produots. The once a month trades day idea will be es...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Courier-Times
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 24 August 1910

'W--1 >",W1 ■j I SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 24, 1910. TELLS MIT 50 BU. TO ACRE J. B. A. JOHNSON MAKES CORN HE EVER GREW FORE IN SMITH CO. BEST BE' HE USED SELECTED SEED THIS WAS MAIN CAUSE OF THE HEAVY YIELD. Cultivated Corn as Usual—Raised On Land Where Crop Ro> tation Had Been Prac- ticed. J. B. A. Johnson, living north of the city, was in the Courier-Times office yesterday and brought along another fine specimen of corn for ex- hibition on Trades Day. Mr. Johnson says this is the best crop of corn he ever raised, and he expects to gather fully 50 bushels per acre from: the field; from which the exhibition ears were taken. Asked- a to the manner of cultiva- tion, Mr. Johnson stated thatthe corn iwas worked about like he usually •works his corn. He attributes the unusually large ylekl this year to the fact that he usedi specially selected seed, together with the fact that this corn was planted on land where there had been crop rotation. Three years ago, a cro...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 24 August 1910

-*71! rr- o WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 24, 19<0. •EMi-WBtKLY COURIER-TIMM. Goldstein & Brown Tyler's Cheapest Cash Store August Continues with Many Addi- tional Summer Saving Chances Here It is time to clean this season's stocks. If you like bar- gain news, seasonable bargain news, you will not find a dull line in this advertisement. Gingham Special Time now to begin getting the children's school dresses made. 50 pieces Ginghams, regular price 10c a 71- yard, special 12u White Goods 20 pieces White Lawns, regular price 7 1-2 c a yard, special ,Q 15 pieces White Lawns, value 18c to 1 AlA 20c, special | £2u 46 inch Persian Lawn, regular 45c value ap special «ZO 30 inch Persian Lawn, regular 30c value 1 Q special B I O Special in Figured Lawns Figured Lawns, regular price 7 l-2c. August clean up sale OC All of our 12 l-2c figured Lawns and 7I. Batistes, now f 2b All of our 15c figured Lawns and Ba- 1 a tistes, now .N ■ IU Apron Gingham Special 5c 20 pieces Apron Gingham, worth 7 l-2c a r...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 24 August 1910

To make our Store your Stopping Place To make our store your Trading Place Rest Room, Toilet, drinking fountain, the entire Store and its conveniences are at your disposal whether you trade or not. If you trade, well—we could enumerate dozens and dozens of bargains, that we have right now- bargains in Waists, bargains in SkirtS, bar- gains it Hats, bargains in Shoes and Slippers, bargains in dress goods, bargains in Men's, Boys' and Children's suits and Pants J- « © e o> « S cn Ja 3 ea <d w e > w "3 v t« Sir u 3 ° w © -i— Ü By the way, if you have not got one of our stamp books, get one with your next purchase. Every dime you spend with us entitle you to a stamp. Paste them in our book. The book has 20 pages. Two pages or moie entitles you to pre- miums. When you fill all the 20 pages, you get premiums and $5.00 in cash. This latter as an additional premium for giving us the bulk of your trade. Get it at And see What you save Kf/AVmiOB Winona People will Send Fine Commu nit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 27 August 1910

V? " ' £."í • O Stntü LlbríVo a ,ura"v' Austin, To.v vaa o£ Semi-Weekly Courier-Times VOLUME XXVII. TYLER, TEXAS. SATURDAY, AUGUST 27, 1910. NUMBER 69. EVERYBODY CET REAR FOR THE BIG EAST TEXAS FAIR OCTOBER 6,778 The Big Store The Leading House '~hT Bf'j 57 r<R£- rNr. LEAlUM' HCL/SL Sale Read every item. They will prove intensely interest- ing to every buyer. Savings like these are too good and too rare to be passed slightly by. This is not a one department sale, but one that all departments participate in. Bargains in all departments of the Big Store. 50 Black Taffeta Silk Underskirts, full width, deep flounce, worth $5.00, special $3.95 75 black and colored Taffeta Silk Underskirts,solid colors and changeable effects, worth $6.00 and $7.50, special $4.95 100 pieces of Red Seal and A. F. C. Ginghams in small checks and stripes and solid colors, worth 12 l-2c and 15c, special per yard 9 l-2c 10 dozen ladies Gowns, high and V neck, made of good muslin, worth 75c, special 49c 15 do...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 27 August 1910

•EMI-WEKKLY COUMCR-TMII. SATURDAY, AUOU*T 27, 1910. 1? - l '¡> «a Semi-Weekly Courier-1 tales I; BY The Courier-Times Publishing Co. OAILY Incorporated SEMI-WEEKLY Subscription, $1.00 Per Year ft. A. LINDSBY ... H. A. McDOUQAL. r. K. RAPFBBTY .. Buatnea Ur BaUrad at T xa .^ Pottofflo* u Socond of publication, 211-218 North Broadway, Tyler. Texas. A reflection appearing in theae columns eon ilny any individual, will be cheerfully cor- Tf brought to the attention of the Editor. Write it down, in your note book that October 6, 7 ami 8 are the dates for the Smith County Pair. The Illinois professor wl o Bald that skunks are good to eat, is in a class all to himself, and' that's where he ought to be. The North Texae fair ut firmen- vllle was well attended. There wero many- line displays, and a large amount of money was disbursed In (prizes. All East Te M3 is invited to come In and unite with the citizens of Ty- ler and Smith county In ha ring the best county fair ever held in Texas. T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 27 August 1910

SATURDAY, AUflUiBT 27, 191& L OF DEATH LIST IN MONTANA FROM FORE8T FIRES IS ON THE INCREASE. VAST EXTENT OF THE FIRE DESPERATE SITUATION EXISTS UN MONTANA DISTRICTS. From épokane, Washington, to Mis- soula, Montana, Has Literally Been Swept By the Flames. Spokane, Wash., Aug. 24.—The for- «at fires have swept past Wallace. The towns of Coeur d'Leon district have passed the first stage of wild1, unreasonable panic and have settle.! down with more or less composure to wait for the list of dead. The list is constantly growing as the forest rangers, with red-rimmed eyes and blackened faces, penetrate the trail® now choked with fallen logs and (bring word of fire fighting crews cut off, camps wiped out, ranchers and homesteaders caiight in tlhe path of the flames and moun- tain towns left in ashes. i Since the report of the Bullion imlne tragedy no new deaths have been reported. •Forest Supervisor Weil has heard from practically all of his foresters and expressed! no alarm except for...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 27 August 1910

I, v. i j í I i I r I i ! i í « i í I 1 if il I it ^emi-VeeUr Courier-limes BY Ike Udder-Times Publishing Co. JimwwiM 1EAILV SCWl-WCCKLY Subscription, $1.00 Per Year ~ ¡. .JJi¿> ¿Ü13JO 8b iu UNiNBIBT •••••••••••• ■■W' H. A. lfeDOUOAL. .Aaaoelate MHor. V. B. lULFFCRTT ..BuslnMi Uft. PoatoAce u Second of r-M'—. 111-213 North Broadway, Tyler, Trni. A reflection appeerin* In these columna oon •araiiur any individual, will be cheerfully cor ■Mted if biwurfat to the attention of the Editor. Sometimes the kicker does the community some good, but the knock- er never does. Begin now to get ready for the event—the HJaat Texas fair which is to be held October 6, 7 and 8. The Smith Cotfnty ¡Boy ' Corn Club has aided largely in increasing the yield of corn in Smith county this year. Tyler is in the most prosperous condition in its history. The old city continues to grow better as the days go by. Get ready to pay your dog tax if you consider your dog worth paying a tax on. The ordinance goes i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 27 August 1910

•ATURDAY, AUOIMT 27, 1*10. H. W. ACKER TELLS OF tMPORTANCE OF REO SELECTION OF SEED CORN lto^^Urler-lnes:^ sranow realize the Importance Editor fanmersnow realize" the Importad of field selection of seed of all kinds and as the time of year has come for field selection of corn and cot' ton, J want to urge every farmer in Smith county and every boy that is large enough to plow or to have one acre to work for himself, to go Into the corn field and select some of the very heat corn they can find, pick «a well developed, short jointed ad blade with two ears an it if jjosslble, and take the largest ear. If you cannot find enough stalks with two ears, get the best you can find and pick out the ones where all the stalks around them are well devel- oped. Don't get an ear from a stalk thait Is close to a barren stalk, be- cause they will polenize with each other and you will get your good and sorry corn mixed. Then go into your cotton fields be- fore you begin to pick and select the very bes...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 27 August 1910

t J N !• H ' § i i'f. ; I y f if f y 4ü I '1 7 1'. ft K V: DAY TYLER 8KMI-WCEKLY COURIBR-TIMCft. SATURDAY, AUGUST 27, 1910. 5 EXCURSION TRAINS TO BE RUN FROM CORSICANA, MT, PLEAS ANT AND LUFKIN. Will IE MANY :: ARE TO BE ON HAND FOR THE ENTERTAINMENT OF ALL. tide Shows, Merry-Go-Round, Base- ball Games, Etc.—Woodmen to Take Prominent Part In Proceedings. There was an enthusiastic meeting of the Tyler Trades Assembly last alight and the Labor Day program was discussed at length. Marshal of the Day. C. C. (Little Dock) Wilks was se- lected as marshal of the day with authority to select his aides. Mr. [Wilks has served in this capacity on former occasions, and there is no bet- ter officer In this capacity in Texas. Raised Finances. The finance committee was out so- liciting yesterday and reported that they had fine success, having no trou We in secuting the funds necessary lor the affair. Grounds Selected. fThe location committee has decid- ed that the grounds' now used by the socialis...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 27 August 1910

SATURDAY, AUGUST 27, 1910. SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. PROF. «N OF LIBERTY HILL TELLS OF SUCCESSFUL FARMING Prof. Xylander Carson of the Lib- erty Hill community was in town Monday, and In communication with a Courier-Times ¡man made a brief statement of his success on the farm this year. It was his first experience in the truck business, but being a believer in the use of intelligence, coupled with a little (?) work, his efforts were very fruitful. To make a short. ¿<tory of it, he gathered and sold $."lo worth of berries, tomatoes and peach- es off of 5 1-2 acres of land, having three-fourths of an acre In berries, the same in tomatoes and the re- mainder in Elbertas. Besides he will make about 200 bushels of corn. Doing the work himself his expenses included only fertilizer and crate bills and a few dollars for packing- Mr. OUrson is a school teacher, but Is not afraid of work. He Is now making some Improvements on his farm and hauling out fertilzer from the city stables prepar...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 27 August 1910

■V:- 4 i®. SEMI-WEEKLY COUWER-TIME8 6ATUROAY, AUGUST 27, 1 10. IE If y t% $ r < n I >' !Í r |i¡ i í I i $ it i MHWNIRCinK Cordially Invite To make our Store your Stopping Place To make our store your Trading Place You Rest Room, Toilet, drinking fountain, the entire Store and its conveniences are at your disposal whether you trade or not. If you trade, well—we could enumerate dozens and dozens of bargains, that we have right now— bargains in Waists, bargains in Skirts, bar- gains it Hats, bargains in Shoes and Slippers, bargains in dress goods, bargains in Men's, i Boys' and Children's suits and Pants 4> V. s C3 o E .5 C a> B c/j o JB s <L> ca cn (A ^5 <L C > 63 O) tfl qj B ~ u 3 O © o +Z O By the way, if you have not got one of our stamp books, get one with your next purchase. Every dime you spend with us entitle you to a stamp. Paste them In our book. The book has 20 pages. Two pages or moje entitles you to pre- miums. When you fill all the 20 pages, you ge...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 31 August 1910

Library. Austin, Tcxaa lal a. r ba- th, id ig Semi-Weekly Courier-Times. VOLUME'XXVII. TYLER, TEXA8, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 31, 1910. NUMBER 70. IW TO GET READY FOR NEXT TRADES If SEPT. 26 LeGrand, McDonald, Carlton Cos FINA LSI SALE! In SUMMER GOODS, and important showing of new Fall Goods in Ladies Skirts, New Ginghams in the newest Patterns, very pretty Waistings, Madras Cloth. A visit to our store will prove both interest- ing and profitable to you. A number of thrifty buy- ers visited our Mid-Summer Sale and were amply re warded. MENS SHIRTS We made a purchase of 500 Mens Dress Shirts, Drummers* Samples, worth $1.00 to $1.50; some slightly soiled; while they last 59c Ginghams Muslin tlnderwear Ohe big table full extra good values, gar- ments worth $1.50 and $2.00 on this table. Your choice during our Final sale QOq price One big table full of muslin underwear. Some few garments slightly mussed from handling; garments on this table w0^ $2 50 to $3.50, our ¡Final Clean (hi AQ Up price...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 31 August 1910

IS; % r m ft Sentf-Veekly Courier-limes BT The Ceurler-Tlmes Publishing Go OAILY IncatparMtmd SEWII "WEEKLY Subscription, $1.00 Per Year I, A. IL A. McDOUOAL. .Asocial BdlttW. W. B. RAPFBRTT .. Bu*ln««i Mgr. taUmi •* Piffle. M Second Offlc of~pablla«tion 211-213 North Broadway. Tyler. Tex* . ANO WILLS PCHNT, TOO Tyler, Terrell audi Grand Salino have inaugurated! íegular trades day and newspaper reporta Indicate that they are Interesting events and of much benefit to the towns. The Chronicle would like to see a regu lar trades day event in Wills Point once a month, with every merchant of the town offering special induce- ments to bring people here on those (days. A little efTort In this lino i with some good advertising would be of material benefit to the town.- WUls Point Chronicle. A reflection appearing In theae column con ••rains any individual, will be efci«jraUy cor- Meted if brought to the attention of the Editor. HJ-IJ-I - - - - "* ********* The Houston Chronicle suggests tha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 31 August 1910

© 3 WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 31, 1910. SEMI-WEEKLY COUKtER-TIMES SOCIETY EDITOR'S nmu (From Saturday's Daily) Muslcale in Waco. It was with pleasure that friends of Mr. mid Mrs. R. B. Spencer re- ceived the announcement That they would entertain at their spacious home on Columbia street *>n Monday evening with a musicale, and this pleasure had a happy realr'.Mion in the rare miislcal treat offered by tiie prog-ram, and the cordial welcome of the host and hostess. The inspiration for this charming musicale, was tihe presence of Miss Elizabeth Ramey of Tyler, a very talented violinist, as a guest of the household. For several years Miss Raimey has been a pupil of Hugo Kortshak of the Chicago Musical Col- lege, himself a disciple of the noted Sycik of Prague. This excellent In etruction combined with the comsci entious study and devotion which Mi&s Ramey gives her work, has greatly augmented her wonderful gift as evidenced by her playing on Mon- day evening, which was full-toned, witho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 31 August 1910

j^rr . n——■ WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 31, 1910. r w (I 1 m Semi-Weekly Courier-1 iraes T The Uwfcf-Thnes Publishing Co. P .tV 8fMf-W(tEK{.Y S«kscri tlN. $1.00 Per Year I A. 1JNW1T H. A. IfeDOUOAL. A—ocUf V. B. lUmRTT .. Buataaaa Mgr. hind at Tilir, Taxma. Postofflce u Second OmsIUU Matter. of pu Nidation. 211-213 North Broadway, Trior. Texaa. A reflection appearing In these columna eon ••tains any Individual, will be cheerfully eoi>- Moteolf brought to the attention of the Editor. nAAArt/yyirriVivr * SATURDAY'S TRADES DAY. The Trades Day and Farmers' Ex- hibits of last Saturday demonstrated beyond question the following: First, an awakened and progressive rural (population of the aounty who are ready and anxious to go forward in the general advance of the counlry. Second: That the people are ready to hold a county fair this fall and there Is little work to he done except to nrrango a place for the assembling of the exhibits and to take care of the crowds. We attribute much of this readi-...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 31 August 1910

WEDNESDAY, AUOUST 31, 1910. &EMI.WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES 5B EAST TEXAS FAIR SEVEN IS tit ► i COMMITTEES PREDICT QREAT SUCCESS OF HT FAIR. Men Present From All Section of Smith County—Are Going to Work in Earnest. As stated in this paper Saturday, the committeemen of the Bast Tex- as Fair held a most enthusiastic ¡meeting In the Commercial Club rooms Saturday at 11 o'clock. After listening to some sugges- tions by Manager Edwards, as to th. plan of work for the success of the fair, the committee adjourned and Were served with lunch at Paul Tor Li's. Following were present. N. B. Campbell, R. 2, Tyler. O. J. Burns. R. 1, Flint. Wiley, Tress, R. 5, Tyler. J .E. Vlckery, R, 3, Lindale. R. E. Burns, R. 1, Flint. M. F. Meadow, R. 6, Tyler. Dr. B. T. Bryant, Mt. Sylvan. M. E. Fowler, R. 1, Lindale. H. E. Byrne, City. R. A. Clifton, R. 1, Lindale. Henry Gary, R. 1, Winona. Dr. Albert Woldert, City. ,T. G. Moore, R. 2, Tyler. W. H. Blake, R. 8, Tyler. W. B. McFarland, Flint. W. T. Adams, Ci...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 31 August 1910

:' rm p. ¡ i WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 31, 1910. I I I it T' I rj f Si S I f M ft M if i #• • ¡•.to- ft • * ■M If; ' \ . If 1! i COMMITTEES FOR EAST FAIR HELD A MOST ENTHUSIASTIC MEETING PERSONALS Our Office Moved Over Fifty Citizens from all Over Smith Met in Tyler Last Saturday and Discussed the Fair PUN OF WORK IS OUTLINED BY THE MANAGER Luncheon is Served at Paul Torti's Restaurant, Where a Number of Splendid Talks were Made and Helpful Suggestions Made !Ab per the call published In the Courier-Times, and! In keeping with 'letters sent out to the farmers and business men -throughout the county by Manager Edwards of the Bast Texas Fair and Jas. McBride for the Tyler Commercial Club, miore than fifty progressive farmers met at the Commercial 'Club rooms this morning at 11:15 o'clock. This meeting means the making of new and glorious his- tory for Smith county and all of Bast Texas. That which above all other things is gratifying Is the fact that representative fanners were in at- tendance...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 31 August 1910

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 31, 1910. DISTRIBUTES IT GUARANTY STATE BANK STNDS OUT CHECKS POR FIRST SEMI- ANNUAL DIVIDEND. The Guaranty State Bank Is mail- lug out letters to Its stockholders which reads as follows: "Tyler, Tex., Aug. 24, 1910.—-Dear Sir.—We hand you herewith dividend No. One on your stock which, as you will note, is at the rate of 8 per cent per annum from February 10, 1910, the day we opened for business, until July 1. 1910. In addition to this div- idend, we have passed $500 to sur- plus fund." The letter explains itself and needs no comment, except to say that the stockholders are delighted with the success of this institution. Probaibly no other bank ever started in thi3 s ection of the state has such a rec- ord for distributing an eight per cent dividend, besides passing a neat sum to the surplus fund, at the end of its first six months' business. Officers of the Guaranty State Bank are indeed to be congratulated on the fine showing. SEMI-WEEKLY COUR1ER-TIMES. HAD THE H...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 31 August 1910

rjf Íí' 1 to Mtit Saturday WOODMEN ARE GEÜING READY MANY FINE Goldstein & Brown SATURDAY H ! INVITED ABOUT FORTY HORSES, MULES, AND COLTS EXHIBTED IN STOCK SHOW. Í ' h TO SEE SUCH FINE THOROUGH- BRED ANIMALS IN SMITH CO. By Far the Best Display of Horses and Mules Ever Seen in Tyle'— Winners of Many Valuable Prizes. Nearly forty horses, mules and colts were exhibited §ifturday at Trades Day. Some of the best ani- mals ever seen In this section were Shown. Mauy people were surprised —they did rot know that Smith ^.county had such fine thoroughbred 'anWís. !{ WftB 8T, !t was an educator to everytady. It demonstrated that Smith county ieo- can rals¿ ai finé horses ás cán be raised anywhere In Texas. The judges In the horse show were: Jake Gimble of Mt. Sylvan, Harl Smith of Tyler, Abuzo Wood- art of Route 2, Tyler, and Dr. ¡Bur- nett of Tyler. ^ ^ Th|9 PHw Winners,. ' Best oué-yóáf-old horse colt—J. 0. Bradlbut-y, TylM, ít. í*. Ü-! Alligator slicker, giVfeh by Súttie & Gaston. ...

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