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

tAbvnry. TeW Semi-Weekly Courier-Times * ; . . .. Wifc . v.* w VOLUME XXVII. TYLER, TEXAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1910 NUMBER 77. GROUND BROKEN TODAY FOR THE BIG EAST HUIS F1 OCTOBER 6, T, 8 The Big; Store The Leading House THE B/G STORE-THE LEADING HOUSE Power of Individuality HE progress of a department store, without the element of INDIVIDUALITY, is in danger from a variety of different directions. But we do not intend to speak here, of a store without this element—on the contrary, we wish to tell you briefly of our own store—THE BIG STORE—Mayer & Schmidt. The dominating characteristic of our business has ever been a broad and liberal policy in dealing with our customers, thereby extending our relation to the entire public in a way that inspires wholesome confi dence in, and a hearty co-operation with us, through which we have se- cured that high grade of INDIVIDUALITY, which we possess today. Each Department is a Store in itself—has its own mark of Personality. Our Ladies R...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Courier-Times
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 24 September 1910

•• f t I¿Í i f r ■ tf | SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24. 1910. Semi-Weekly Courier-limes BT m Uuritf-Thtts ?Msm Co. OAM.Y ^ScSl-WEEKUY Mtecriplioo. $1.00 Per Year I. A. LQT6KT |L A. lie DOUG AL. r. K. RAFFVRTT •"«S.BS'kiXS PcatoAc* u Stood of ybttaatta . Sll-iU Nartk Broadwmy. Tyler. tau eolq ht to Ut «tfe*aboa «T thf «lar. BEAUTIFY THE COURT MUARE. HOUSE Since Grayson county's commis- sioners haw ooxiereJ the removal if the chain around the court house ami accepted a place near by ior hitching purposes, other counties or county aite towns are becoming active. Ty- ler has a new court house and the same old wagon yagil conditions. Den- ton is also of thy. opinion that the court house down there ought to have more pleasing surroundings.—Sher- man Democrat. And there are many other towns in Texas where the court houses ought to have more pleasing surroundings than they now hare. But the momea and the newspapers are working to- gether for cleaner and better towns, and It wvm't be k>ug until e...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Courier-Times
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 24 September 1910

THE SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. SATURDAY MBTKMRCB OA 104A A WIDOW JONES yof YOUN&" MEN ,9 I' '< Mil COPVRI&MT I9I0 6Y WIDOW JONES.. WSTON This is a Pronounced Style in Widow Jones Clothing No Custom Tailor Could Produce Better Hanging More Stylish Garmea&~at Double the Price. They Stand for What they are, the Best Clothes it is Pos- sible to Make, the Best Value that Possibly be Offered Come to our store any day.this week. A single inspection will prove to you that we are prepared to supply the wants of the best dressed Men and Boys in Texas with every late style and fabric for young Men, Boys and Little Chaps for Fall and Winter, 1910-11. or All The Latest Styles BROWN & flcFARLAND We Sell Good Clothes That Fit For hat exclusiveness look to us. We have got the snappy shapes in BEAVER BRAND HATS. MEET IN DALLAS October the 17th.the Texas Truck Farmers will meet In session in con- vention hall, opposite the Alaano building in the state fair grounds at Dallas. The co...

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

■M Oh .uSiíl&&ÍÍír> r J SKMI-WCEKLY CLASSIFICATION OF ENTRIES EAST TEXAS FAIR, m, TEXAS, XT. 6,7,8,:1910i • IMPORTANT. • • * • See that every article you en- • • ter Is tagged or labeled by the • • one in charge of the Department • • to which the entry is assigned, • • before sane leaves your hands. • • Then BE SURE to keep your • • Duplicate Check. * • Note that every possible pre- • • caution is taken to protect and • • safeguard every entry whether of • • small or great value. Read the • • notes made under various De- • • partments of this Classification. • • It will save yon the trouble of • • asking many questions. • • • ••••••••••••••••••••••••se LIVESTOCK. M. M. Offutt. Chairman, and G. L. Hocutt in charge. Draft Colts. Best horse or mare colt under 6 months old. Best horse or mare colt from 6 to 18 months old. Best horse or mare colt from 18 to 30 months old. Premiums for above division $6.00. Harness Colts. Best horse or mare colt under 6 months old. Best horse o...

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

SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1910 i • ••• Gives You The Chance of The Year.... To lay in a Supply of Fall DRY GOODS, SHOES, CLOTHING, etc., etc., at the lowest kind of Prices We can afford to sell them Low for we bought them Right. We prefer a big quick turn over with a "small profit to a'slower one at larger prices. 24th SALE STARTS SATURDAY SEPTEMBER— ■^^^^^■hiiiiii in mil iimiiiii i ' ii hi ii mm 11 Cotton Piece Goods. Stacks of Ginghams in dress patterns and Apron Checks Bolts and Bolts of Ginghams in checks, in all Standard Brands 20 pieces Solid Blue, Pink and Gray Cham- bray Ginghams in good 10c grade Choice of prettiest styles in first-class Ginghams Lots of dark and light outing Good grade of wide Outing Cloth in light colors, Stripes and Checks, easily worth ten cents and 25 picces Cotton Suiting, double fold Beautiful Fleece back Dress and Kimona Outing in d able width Choice of hundreds of pieces of Fall Outing and Teazle Down in heavy and first-cla...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 24 September 1910

PAGE 4 °o ■ SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, «10. BIG MONTHLY EXHIBIT AND TRADES DAY At Tyler Monday September 26,1910, A Long: List of Premiums Offered on Farm Pro- ducts, Live Stock and Poultry. Bring in Something and get a Premium. A Day for Trade and Exchange. If you Have Anything to Sell Bring it in, There Will be Buyers. If you Have Anything to Trade, the Traders Will be Here YOU ARE INVITED TO COME TO TYLER MONDAY SEPTEMBER 26 . • e Big Houses on North Broadway, Second to Place of Exhibits. One Building will be used fop the Ladies Needle Work, Old Relics, Baby Show, etc. One Building For Fruits and Vegetables, etc. The Other Build- ing will be used for Poultry and Hogs. Bring in your Product and Help us to Keep This Great Move- ment Going, which Will be one of the Greatest Advertisements Smith County Has Ever Had. Come see the Live Stock Parade. Other Great Attractions Tlhe 'second monthly Exhibit an it Trades Day for Smith and adjoining counties, will be held in Tyler, next Monday, S...

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

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1910. •KM1.WEEKLV COURIER-TIMES. BU«INE«8 MEN MET ANO FORM- ULATED ORGANIZATION. R. Hick , President, and H. Spikes Secretary—To Develop Eaat Texas. L. Ait a meeting of the business men of Chandler held two or three nlghta ago, the Chandler Commercial Club was organized. The following officers were elect- ed: J. R. Hicks, president: H. G Blake, vice president; H. L. Spikes, secretary, and .Tames S. Williams, treasurer. The following were appointed as committee on by-laws and constitu- tion: W. R. Plnckard, E. C. Conoway, Dr. W. O. Williams, C. R. Yarbrough and H. G. Blake. Among the out-of- town speaker? were George M. Moore of Waco and J. L. Weiler of Corsi- cana. Chandler is developing into quite a little city with enthusiasm and en- terprise. They are taking the prop er steps in organizing a commercial club, and if it is properly carried on, will result in building up the town and country. The Courier-Times as- sumes authority to invite members ot the club...

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

■MHHÉMMNMMMHMttlI fcivv..r U,,-i • '' W W*- Í ' ' % . ' . 7 *Y lv cóuáltft-TiMn a4, i io if CI:' "t. ü Eft s Ü % If ; ] 11 a < Í ■■ • i if r Í' R? ]• '.I 1 Rf i if! T si r i ti! •ATlHtOAY, CARL BROWN, AGED 7 YEARS, ÜEDIN COTTON GIN AT SWAN ITOttí1T.j.LÍ:; l?1 Was Caught In the Wheels of the Old Gin Fresa on the Ground and was Dashed f to Death WAS S0| OF QUINCY BROWN A WELL KNOWN CITIZEN f (From Thursday'* Dally.) ' There vas « very sad accident at Qulncy Brown's gin at Swan yester day afternoon about 8 o'clock, in -which, his 7-year-old eon, Carl, met instant death. It la not known just how the acci- dent occurred. The remains were found by another email boy within a few minutes after Carl was misaed by his tether. In eome way the boy sot cauight in the wheels of the old press on the ground, and hiB body and shoulders were badly crushed. It is likely that was almost instantaneous. It capt. g. h. passed away Our entire city was saddened this majralng when (announcement wais> m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 28 September 1910

gl*w té*"*" v r Semi-Weekly Courier-Times. = VOLUME XXVII. TYLM, TIXAt, WBDNBSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1910 NOMMEA 78. SECOND TRADES DAY DREW RNE EXHIBITS OF FARM PRODUCTS AND LIVESTOCK /• [OK KM ■OK [Ol LeGrand, McDonald. Carlton Go's % BOYS'CORN CLUB MEEIS OCT. 8 Men's Fall Suits The new models are here, showing all the style features that are to be incorpsrated in the dress of well groomed men this season. New soft woolens In the loose open weaves have a strong call. Worsteds and serges are shown as heretofore and will have considerable following among men who are hard on their clothes. Brown is a leading color and is repre- sented to some extent in almost every pattern. Oar suits are stylish because designed and made by leading tailors in the largest style centers. Style Is not all that commends these suits to consideration of men who care. The fit and finish shape-retaining and wear-resisting features of first class clothes are there. Let us seow you how well and yet how economically...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 28 September 1910

THE SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. WBDNEBOAY, SEPTEMBER « SeriJteeMy lourtor-Times BT The Uurier-THnes PuNlshN Co. DAILY Incorporated SEMI-WEEKLY |l.M Per Y«ar H A. UHOSBT |L A. McDOUOAL.. . K RAFFERTY «r"" Oti'of pubUokttan. 211-tU North Broadway, Tiiar. Tana. AMftoetioB appeartn* In tbaaa columna eon a«te Wihen a man fails he need for the cause In himself only. u~« look Presentiment Mid sentiment are great factors in life, but they must yield to cold facta. It must be poor satisfaction to a man to realize that while he has de- feated the noble plans of others he himself has accomplished nothing good for any one or himself. If all the world Is a stage Col. Roosevelt seerms to be the star actor whto holds the center of it to the exclusion of the other players re- markably well. The difference between thinking thing and doing things* is the differ- ence between drearning, loafing and good hard work, all of which is fully demonstrated in the results. There is quite a difference between th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 28 September 1910

WB0NMOAY, 8CPTCMMR 28, 1*10 MMI WECKUY COURIER-TIME*. VMM a The Big Store The Leading House ñ % Wednesday, Thursday, September 28th, 29th You sure very cordially invited to attend our formal MILLINERY OPENING TCfOR Fall and Winter, Nineteen Hundred and Ten. It will take place on ® Wednesday and Thursday, September 28th and 29th. This event as usual, is of very great importance and interest to all lovers of style and beauty, but we pride ourselves this season on having eclipsed any former showing of new and up-to-date and elegant headwear Our Hats are Chick, Our Styles Exclusive Our Prices are Reasonable j. 1 N connection with our Millinery Opening we will have on display the latest creations in the ladies ready-to-wear line. Elegant coat suits, handsome evening and recep- tion gowns, beautiful street dresses, will have a special showing, and a visit to our store during these open- ing days will indeed be a treat for you. ,(« p 7 w \ f ¡DT ■H IITHAN DATE WITH CUPID (Continued from Pa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 28 September 1910

ÉPP MftftWUKLY C04MIM.TIMKS. WICNBVDAY, HFTIMU 8* Itlt t f fl f Seri-feekly Courier-1 (mes BT The Courier-Times Publlshlna Co. DAILY Incorporated SEMI-WEEKLY Subscription. $1.00 Per Year ■. A. UNMET ... H. A. McDOUOAL.. W. B. RAFFERTY ..Buitnw Mgr. lot*led at T^«r^ Poatoffloa «a Second of pubUaation, 211-2X3 North Broadway, Tyler, Texas. eon cor- Editor, EAST TEXAS INDUSTRIAL CONCRE8S. At the board of trade meeting las; night a coinittee was appointed to iecure a representative delegation from this city and county to the East Texas Industrial Congress, which convenes In Tyler on Friday and Sat urday, October 7th and 8th. While the Herald «ill not undertake to do the work of this committee, it still feels authorized to say that It is de-; sired that as many representative people as possible attend this con- gress, and assist in the work to be underaken. The mission of the con- gress is to unite the interests of the Fast Texas country and conduct an advertteing campaign that will at- ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 28 September 1910

c© O wednesday, uptimikr 3*, 1*10 THE SEMI-WEEKLY COURlttR-TIMBS. •un** • ••• Gives You The Chance of The Year.... To lay in a Supply of Fall DRY GOODS, SHOES, CLOTHING, etc., etc., at the lowest kind of Prices. We can afford to sell them Low for we bought them Right. We prefer a big quick turn over with a small profit to a slower one at larger prices. • • • • SALE STARTS SATURDAY SEPTEMBER—- Get It at Cotton Piece Goods. Stacks of Ginghams in dress patterns and !■ Apron Checks Ob Bolts and Bolts of Ginghams in checks, in all Stardard Brands U2b 20 pieces Solid Blue, Pink and Gray Cham- ^1 n bray Ginghams in good 10c grade f 2b Choice of prettiest styles in first-class Q*n Ginghams 920 Lots of dark and light outing Good grade of wide Outing Cloth in light and colors, Stripes and Checks, easily worth ten ^1A cents 12b 25 picces Cotton Suiting, double fold 5C Beautiful Fleece back Dress and Kimona "Jl~ Outing in double width f 2b Choice of hundreds of pieces of Fall Outing Cloth and T...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 28 September 1910

WEEKLY COUiMftlt-TIMU PAO® 10 I I ,■/ I i TM DATE WITH CUPID (Continued from Page Three.) nearer and nearer the coveted morsel. A glance from Alice—all was safe. A Elepdy advance oí the enemy,' and Just as a quick little cry broke from the girl the feline pounced upon the priceless treasure with two cruel paws and a set of ruthless teeth. The naturalist returned Just In time to appreciate the awful calam- ity. There lay the gaudy wings brok- en and mutilated and the body more preoiouB than gold crumbled and de- stroyed. "It waa my fartilt!—I should have come nearer! Oh! What shall I do!" the girl wrung her hands in an- giuisb. "How worthless and negli- gent yoii must think me! Bend me away right now—I know you can never trust me again!" The poor naturalist sat down help les sly before his loss. No one wh-j has not felt the passion of collect Ing natural specimens can in any wise appreciate hfe grief. The blow Btunned him. He sat like one at the eide of. a dead friend and put the par...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 28 September 1910

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1910 8EMI WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. A WIDOW JONES for YOUNG- MEN COPYRIGHT I9I0 6Y WIDOW JONES ..BOSTON. This is a Pronounced Style in Widow Jones Clothing No Custom Tailor Could Produce Better Hanging More Stylish Garments at Double the Price. They Stand for What they are, the Best Clothes it is Pos- sible to Make, the Best Value that Possibly be Offered Come to our store any day this week. A single inspection will prove to you that we are prepared to supply the wants of the best dressed Men and Boys in Texas with every late style and fabric for young Men, Boys and Little Chaps for Fall and Winter. 1910-11. or All The Latest Styles BROWN & ricFARLAND We Sell Good Clothes That Fit A 111 JP1FI! ■i! I ■■Hi For hat exilusiveness look to us. W<* have got the snappy shapes in BEAVER BRAND HATS. STARTED TO SCHOOL. Hr II started to school again, have you kid? Well, well; that's fine. What? You don't think so? Well, llttlo fel- low, you will think so—in the good ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 28 September 1910

SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1*10 CLASSIFICATION OF ENTRIES FOR EAST TEXAS FAIR, OCT. 6,7, AND 8,1910 IMPORTANT. • s«i that every article you en- • ter It tagged or labeled by the • one In charge of the Department • to which the entry is assigned, • before same leaves your hands. • Then BE 8URE to keep your • Duplicate Check. • Note that every possible pre- • caution la taken to protect and • safeguard every entry whether of • small or great value. Read the • note* made under various De- partments of this Classification. • It will save you the trouble of • asking many questions. LIVESTOCK. Walter Oonnally, Chairman, and O. L. Hocutt in charge. Draft Colts. Best bore© or mare colt under C months old. Best horse or mare colt from 6 to 18 months old. Best horae or mare colt from 18 to 30 months old. Premiums for above division $6.00. Harness Colts. Best horse or mare colt under G months old. Best horse or mare colt from 6 to 18 months old. Best horse or mare colt...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 28 September 1910

WIONI y, «trriMMft 2S, itit tKMMfVUKLY COUAIER-TIMIS. M6 OUT TO CITÍ2KM8 OF CAST TEXA8 TO ATTBNO THE FAIR IN TVLBR. 500 ARE MAILED OUT Name Furnished by Committee of Citizens—-Large Attendance Looked For. The management, of the East Texas Fair has mailed 500 copies of the let- ter below to names supplied by the signers of the letter. The letter ex- plains itself and is as follows: Tyler. Tex., Sept. 21. 1910—Dear Sir;—In addition to the invitation which we are extending to the pub- lic generally to visit our fair, we wish to extend to you a personal and cor dial invitation to visit our city and at tend our fair, which will be in pro- gress October 6th, 7th and 8th. The railroads have put on a very cheap rate for the round trip, and we are expecting large crowds, but we wish especially to see you here. The East Texas Industrial Con gress and the East Texas Press As sociation hold a Joint meeting at Ty- ler during the fair for the purpose of considering :he great important ques ton of...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 28 September 1910

JUDGE TERRELL ADDRESSED LARGE AUDIENCE LAST SATURDAY NIGHT "Tyler, Tex.. Sept. 24.—Tyler, moth er of governors, Interested In a meas- Ije In all political creeds, gave to J. O. errell, republican nominee for gov- ernor, today and, tonight the most generous reception of the first week ci Ms campaign. — "Distinguished citizen of Smith county, a number of them with repu- tations which extend beyond the borders of the state, paid their re- «peats to him during the day, and tontafat over six hundred persons n.'«.jp hin9>% Tyler's public square, proclal mt^e principles of his party and advocate -the Industrial develop- ment of Texas. "The democratic party In thts state came In for a more scathing criticism than this candidate has seen fit to give It heretofore Mt. Colquitt was arraigned for a proposed 'do nothing' policy, in view of some acts of the Campbell administration, whifch tho speaker thinks need attention; and * burning indictment against tho democrats, especially the follower...

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

«Uta library. Aus*,n> Texi « A '■■■i Semi-Weekly Courier-Times. VOLUME XXVII. TYLER, TEXA3, SATURDAY. OCTOBER 1, 1910. NUMBER 79 THE GREAT EAST TEXAS FAIR BEGINS NEAT THURSDAY. OCTOBER GT K ■M The Big Store The Leading House THE 9/6 STORE- THE LEADING HOUSE IP Copyright 1910, by L. Ai^LER BROS. & CO. i W. Y. E CALLED FOR A TRIAL JODAY Showing of Fall and Winter Clothing For Men and Boys ....Now Ready,for Your inspection.... ADER-ROCHESTER CLOTHES. - "ATHLETIC CUT." SflUOSS BROS. It CO. - ALEXANDER SCH8ENBER0S In Style, Material, • Variety and fit. Our showing is unequaled. SEE THEM BEFORE YOU BUY. —BOYS "BEST EVER" CLOTHES— Guar«p ""i ALL WOOL, Water Proof, Wear Proof, Shown In New- est Material and Nobby Styles. All Sizes. PRICE $5.00 to $12.50 Read our Opening announcement on Inside Page MAYER & SCHMIDT (From Thursday's Daily.) / In the district court today the caso of W. Y. Robinson charged with the murder of E. S. and 10. D. Adams was called for trial. The state an- n...

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

hvm" 0« 5 / L • •BMI-WECkLV COUift IBR-TIMC8. SATUiROAY. OCTOBER 1, 1910. Semi-Weekly Courier-limes BT The tourlef-Tlir.es Publishing Co. it DAILY i rporstmd SEMI-WEEKLY Subscription. $1.00 Per Year ft A. UND6BT H. A. McDOUGAL. - A—«dais BdKor. 9. B. RAFPERTT ..Buaineas Mgr. Cat~d 1 « 8~o < Offlca of pubUeation. 211-213 North Broadway, Tyler. Texaa. •Remember the dates—Oct. 6, 7 and S. These will be big, glowing, glori- ous days for Smith bounty. The great Bast Texas Fair, Or.. 6, 7 and 8, will mark an epoch in the history of Smith county. Lie; every- body have a hand in it. We know of Ave exhibits that wll be at the East Texas Fair either of which will be worth a wagon trip .♦rom a hundred miles to see. Be a booster, be a builder. Don't ibe chaff on the wind, nor drift wood on the waves. Get on the firing line and feel the thrill of progress and victory as you march onward encour- aging others to fall in with the pro- cession. The Smith County Boys' Corn Ohib, 500 strong, marchi...

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