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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 1 October 1910

•EM|.WEEKLY COURIER-TIME*. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 111 E, I IT, JELLS HOW TO SETTLE UP EAST TEXAS Prom Wednesday's Dally.) R. R. Clarldge, traveling Emigra- tion agent for the Missouri Pacific, 1. í: G. N., Iron Mountain anil Texas & Pacific railways, was in the city yesterday and paid the Courier- Times office an appreciated visit. Mr. Claridge is a former newspapw man and it is always a pleasure to meet him. Speaking of the East Texas Fair and conditions in general in tjhls section, he said: "We are taking great interest in the fair and I carné'up a week ahead of its opening to see if there Is any- thing special we may do to promoto its success. The letter circulars ad- vertising Smith county and the Fail- ure being' mailed extensively from the general offices the Gould lines Joint Texas Immigration Bureau at methods as are other sections of our state. "Only twelve to flfteen per cent of the great area of East Texas is in cul- tivation. Tho balance is "in the woods. The small per ce...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Courier-Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 1 October 1910

•KMI-WUKLV COUAIER-TIMU. SATURDAY, OCTOSIÁ 1, ftlO. tf. Let as show you that Our Great Fall Openigy^afe wiltanTpq^ all former Sale#. Come expecting good Values and you will not be disappointed -SALE STARTS' Saturday OCTOBER 1ST 10c Flannellets and Outing 50 pes light or dark colored outing in plaids and stripes. Fall Opening Sale per yard ; ,. • • Hu 100 pes extra good quality Outing, light and dark colors, plaids, checks and strides ^1^ worth 10c a yard, sale price yer yd f 2b 50 pes Fiannellet, and all this seasons newest partems. In persian effects, regular price 12 l-2c, this sale __ 50 pes Book Fold Flannellets, a splendid quality, extra wide, all pretty pat- I Al^ terns, worth 15c, Sale price per yd... | ¿2U Cotton Flannel 10 pes good quality Brown Cotton Flannel, during Sale at per yd Ob 10 pes goed heavy quality Brown Cotton Flannel worth 10c a yd, our Special y 1 price*per yard ■ 12 20 pes Bleached and Brown Cotton Flannel, extra good quality and worth 12 1-2 A a yd as long...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 1 October 1910

•WEEKLY l-TIMES. SATURflAV, OCTOBER Carlton UAL • Mr? Pr ces' Talk "" 1 Compare our prices and note the saving for early purchasers. SALE CLOSES3 Saturday OCTOBER 15th \ ^9 wks • )i] 's always attend our Annual Fall Opening to make each sale a better and bigger one. opportunity. There are many good reasons ¡ases early. You make your selections from ilues imposible to obtain later on, as every ieral at a price that means a substantial sav- d^-to-wear Dept. Its worth $22.50, will d IC 7 C pening Sale - - «PI O I v [pressio i advisedly. Here are about 100 Suits the best we could find to and finally brought these to you at $22.50. Now for this Sale only they are Cloth uid fine Serges of brown, black, navy, tan and green. The coats nth Safai. The skirts in "Hobble" effects and gored styles. During this $18.75 I / LINERY jepartnent in East Texas, To really know and feel that land ntost original ideas in the Milliner's art means erery- kolors and color combinations are here and best of ail...

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

FWBS a I . ri £ if> i ' & PRIZE WINNERS ON TRADES DAY Below ie a list of the prize winners •t Trades Day In this city Monday, September 26th. If your name ap- pears in the list and yon have not re- ceived the prize, you can get it by «ailing at the Courier-Times office: J. S. Hill, Rfd. 2, Winona, first y rizo on ribbon cbane. J. R. Black, RfJ., Tyler, 2nd bent ribbon cano. T. H. Fortnar, Rfd., Tyler, 3rd best fealf dozen ears corn. ' ff. M. Rhodes, Rfd., Tyler, largest Stalk of cotton. If. P. Ray, Rid, 1. best wine. B. P. Shelton, Rfd. 9, Tyler, best fcogs. Mrs. Ilia Ashbrook, Rfd. 1, Tyler, lest drawnwork. Mrs. Ilia Ashbrook, Rfd. 1, Tyler, best embroidery. Mrs. S. CuJbert, Rfd. 2, Tyler, be3t -display canned goods. .T. M. England, Rfd. 2, Tyler, best Squaw corn. Mrs. J. M. England. Rf.l, 2, Tyler, l>est stalk pepper. Mrs. J. M. England, Rfd. 2, Tyler, ¡best jam. W. C. Carter, Chandler, best corn. W. C. Stallings, Pleasant Retreat, hest yellow corn. Ross Stallings, membe...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 1 October 1910

*r SEMI-WeeRLY COURIER-TIMES. 8ATURQAY, OCTOBER 1, 1910. ISSUES CALL FOR n«s IN «mm cunes «tice SPECIAL AGENT HENRY ACKER URGES FULL ATTENDANCE AT TYLER MEETING. SATURDAY. OCTOBER 8TH REQUESTS MEMBERS TO PRE- PARE EXHIBIT DALLAS FATR. Suggests That Special Efforts be Made For Club to Again Win Dallas Fair Trophy Cup. H. W. Acker, special agent farm- ers' cooperative work, has issued the following letter to members of Smith County Boys' Corn Club: Whitehouse, Tex., Sept. 22, 1910.— Dear Sir:—As you probably know, the Bast Texas Fair is to be held in Tyler, Oct. 6, 7 and: 8. Ay a special mark of honor to the membership of the Smith County Boys' Corn Clubs, the la t day of the fair, Saturday, Oct. 8, is designated as "Farmers and Boys' Corn Club Day." While it will doubtless be of much profit to you to attend the fair any day or every day, yet I am very anxious to have every member of the various boys' corn clubs of Smith county attend the fair on "Boys' Corn Club Day." There are a num...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 1 October 1910

. jw V \ UPSTATES fmu \ 'Jk HIM | .<< SALE Clothing. 12 lonu count#ft oovfcrcd with Youth* and Chil- dren Mult*, J'ant* and Ovwcoata. Huíti for «tout rn<;n, for «Jim rn«?ri, in regular ni?,'; *, i'antx or auit* to fit any- one 200 MuJtM to chooaa from value* up £ J QA to $10.00 M.OÜ Huvoral hundred *uit* up to %\'¿.50 $7.50 Boys Suits. t Choleo of $2.00 nricj %'¿SA) valúen about one hundred arid fifty of them. HOYS 8TKAKJHT PANT dk I nn 81JITH M>I.UU Choice of about one hundred $8.00 and $4.50 Á a aa Straight Pant Hultn (pla«IU Choice of a big line of Htrai«ht Knee 1'antH | Q. worlh up to r,0 cent I vl Choice of a better lot of Straight Knee I'antH QQn worth up to $1.00 Ovt Hoya Knickerbocker I'antH 25c Boya Knickerbocker Suits g QQ down qq Shoes! Shoes!! Shoes!!! Choleo of big lino of Men'n Vici Box Calf and Patent Leather Shoos, mostly $5,00 values, some as (hQ QC high as $0.00 or more Q)OaOU Choice of Lots and Lots of $3.00 and $.'{.50 AA pa men's shoes t])ZiUU Choice...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 5 October 1910

State Library, Austin. Tons. Semi-Weekly Courier-Times. VOLUME XXVII. TYLER, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1910. NUMBER 80. COME TO THE FAIR r ¿ CITIZENS OF SMITH COUNTY ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO AT TEND THE FAIR IN TYLER. THURSDAY, FRIDAY AN'D SATUR- DAY, OF THIS WEEK. TICEIRE IS NO ADMISSION FEE. COME AND HEAR THE MUSIC, SEE THE SIGHTS AND ENJOY YOURSELVES GENERALLY. A HEARTY WEL- COME AWAITS YOU. ST. LOUIS ST. LOUIS TODAY STATE RESTS IN MURDER TRIAL The W. Y. Robinson murder case is being continued in the district court today. Up to noon today, the following ■witneses had testified: John Mc- Murray, Henry Lilley, P. H. Kennard, John Blanton, Bascom Stanley, Lewis Strickland, John M. Palmer and John G. Yates. Mr. Yates had not con- cluded his testimony when court ad- journed at noon. The state ha3 concluded its direct testimony, offering the coat worn by Adams when he was killed, as evi- dence. % The prosecution is being directed by Hon. Betunan Strong, former dis- trict attorney of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 5 October 1910

I -i i 1 J (*> © o MMt-WUKlV eOUWM-TIMnv W0MUMV, OCTOMR >, t 1ft Scmi-Veekty Courier-limes BT The icuiier-TI«es PiWteHn Co. DAILY "'sClil-WgCKLY $9kscr'*tkM. $1.99 Per Yew ft A. UKT0IT ... K. A. McOODOAL. 9. *. KAjmxrz 'St Cl-tu Kartfc more remote remedies. Hot often have ve seen men whose personal af- fairs are neglected altogether, and whose community has neither roads, schools nor Interest therein, spend day and weeks in arguing state and national politics. The great problem, the one whose correct solution promises the biggest dividend. Is to know one's present duty snd then and there to ¿et about performing it THE SCHOOL TEACHER ANO HIS WORK. k* chanfaitr ear- •tfaa mi th* Editor. Tie reason we are so anxious for r*«rrcte to iaTe a had in oar firs: grea¿ Bwt Texas Fa;.-, is because if titer áo all will •enjoy tie successful t^tar- ¡ccbiiu i«sore<! success. e We mm hr talk about the iair yvK%TAS. izi ge . :a touch with each So we w-.a come to the band Friiar night an 2 t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 5 October 1910

r i SEMI-WEEKLY C0URIEH-TIME8. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1910. Instructions to Committeemen East Texas! Fair, Tyler, Texas, Oct. 6, 7,8,1910— General Information (Samé Garment with ConvtrtibU Collar ) Only One Presto Coat Like This. Don't be confused by the innumerable convertible collars on the market. The Convertible Collar is simply a patented principle. If made right it is graceful in either position and has a genuine useful- ness. Made any other way, it is a nuisance and tends to destroy the life of the overcoat. The Presto Collar Overcoat we sell, made by Goldman, Beckman & Co., has the necessary tailoring and genuine skilled workmanship to properly express the convertible collar idea. This collar makes two overcoats of one—a reg- ular sack overcoat for ordinary wear—turn up the collar and you have a storm coat—and nothing sac- rificed to style or smartness. It is one of the few, and we believe the only convertible collar that is stylish, useful and correctly tailored to leef ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 5 October 1910

SEMI-WEEKLY COURllR-TIM*S. WCtiNttfiAY. OCTOBER 5. 1910. M. * i1 Matter - -I- <f f f ~J ir (Cjd Whether it's a good FARM WAGON or a BUGGY. HACK or SURREY You want, WE HAVE IT. We have the best Vehicles sold in Texas. We have tested them in all ways. Then we have sold hundreds of them and other folks have tested them. They're right, R-I-G-H-T. The more you know about our Wagons and Buggies and Surreys the easier it is to sell you. We shall be glad to meet our friends and the pub- lic generally during the-Fair or when in Tyler and show you thru the many beautiful styles of Bug- gies, Hacks, Surreys and Wagons we handle No other store has as many No other Store sells as cheap. BIG LINE BUGGY AND WAGON HARNESS flcFarland. Tylerjexas Brown & Semi-Weekly Courier-limes BT The (curler- flirts Publishing Co. Incorporated DAILY SEMI-WEEKLY Subscription. $1.00 Per Year * A. LINDSEY Bdttor. K. A. McDOUOAL. . Associate Editor, r. K. RAFFCRTY .. Business Mgr. ler, Texas, Postoffice u Secon...

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

SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 5. 1910b IMsFall 1910 Flndsusrin the tfest kfiid of shape % ■For at Bottom Prices.. Clothes, Shoes, Hats, Millinery and Ladies Ready-to-Wear Goods "Our Slock is Complete in the Different Departments. Our Prices the Lowest Possible" Ladies Suits, Ladies Skirts, Ladies Waists We have the largest and best assorted stock in the above lines, this fall, that we have ever carried, Beyond any doubt the desire and the the need for buying ladies clothing ready made is becom- ing greater ever year. We have got them, we save you good money on them. Ladies Suits.$2.90 to $19.50 Ladies Skirts — 95c to 12,50 Ladies Waists .... 50c to 4.90 Let us Show You Millinery—Tailored and . Ready to Wear Hats We established quite a reputation in this line last Spring. Until then we had not put the strong push back of this department that is need- ed. This fall we show extensive lines of the very latest in Millinery and at prices within the reach of everybody. Let ...

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

f EMJ-WCCRtV CdUfllU-TIMU. WEDNESDAY, OCTOftER 6, 1*10. SHINE ON, OH STAR. (BARITONE SOLO.) Sung by JAMES CLYDE CHERRY, of the HIPPODROME. J Words and Music by ELIZABETH PETRE. Andani*. I 1. When day i. Park clouds is o ver And may path • er And 1 —t h , u- * ""J "■ hr g= fig 1 -*— * T r r-ip m m- —r 1—i— 1 1 One by one the stars ap - pear Like bea • cons in the skyj Bat the world sleeps on in peace Thro' Night-time's ebb and flow; night is draw- ing nigh. cold, bleak winds may blow, « Dark-ness swift • ly gath • ers, The sun sinks down the West, Till the break of morn • ing Grim dan - ger pass • es by, And up a - hove an Eve- ning Star God For np a • hove the Guard-ian Star Will Copyright, MCMvm, by MURRAY MUSIC CO., New York. Xo. 62,' Mta U giard oar kesp s watch • ful Shine Shine oh Star! Thou oh Star! Tho m 'oi: ss £23: B twink • ling eye a . far, For • • er bright. & ea rail rail. P P rit. £ £ peace . ful, Ho . ly light,—. Gaard our sleep. And Pp rit. ü rit. 1 /^Allegretto....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 5 October 1910

SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1910. ALCOHOL 3 t>i; u CENT. ANcgelahli'Pn'panuiiiiiforAs- similaiiiigrtipRwdamlKiMjiih ling the Stomachs aiiifftmcls / Infants/Chumen Promotes DigcstioiuChecrful noss and lbsi.Conialns neitiw Opium .Morphine nor Mineral. Not Narcotic. Utrtpe of Old PnXtM tlllTUiOt ftiniuliui SirJ- jUx.S.-.wa * JtxMh&tis- jhusc .W * Itmri SrrJ- CtmlUi Sutpir. htii/rn/niti t'/uwr. Aperferl Remedy forConslipa t Ion, Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea Worms.Convulsions JScvcrisli liess and LOSS OF SLEEP. Facsimile Signature of NEW'YORK. *4 ■ 1 mm W.k v \\* • V '• ' \ I \ v< ! v . \ vh- ÍWJ.J * ' ' ^ / • *v l J " ■ Ht-"* I 4 . * * I • • * ^ T • s • v .«• • V • • I • • \. '• •_ ?, • ra .c 'v- . JL. ■ .v : 1 . '.'mtíS3Lir i I & |P*r;;.-.'v>. IvV /.i.; / - -••••: "• .v v.-.-' v< • % :• ' ■ ■' I \ y ""r■■■■[.. .. '•v\ ••• -v. -;¡ '• A - - 'i ' ■ . • •• ' t ■. •• , • ' '■ v • • • . •• ■ .«• • ' ;• ■ '• •...• > v '• ■ ,'i. : A-:* v1 : : . 1V; 'V>'...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 5 October 1910

I I Si SEMI-WEEKLV COURIER-TIMES. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER S, 1910. if . Ta/ks is : -u f á/i . Vi rpí| ;:-'n I 1 L I v.| . 1 VO '• 1 1 | t ' • t£ Jl i1.' I ) i •' 1 !Ull a{: '-•/J .H' i ;?vj fctfil m .'•ill #4 . f •a . ' I ! Hi'* I v?: ■■ •/ j Mf i ' ta;1 re a: frl3 ..'Oíi Sin •'4ft ' ¡ U s y.it <"■ jg.i3| Hundreds of well pleased buyers always attend our Annual Fall Opening Sale. It has always been our aim to make each sale a better and bigger one. You cannot afford to miss this opportunity. There are many good reasons why you should make your purchases early. You make your selections from a complete stock. You obtain values imposible to obtain later on, as every article offered in this sale is offered at a price that means a substantial sav- / ing to you - - - - 1 sí sale starts Saturday october i.sale ends Saturday october is Sheeting, Pillow Cases 10 pes 10.4 Brown Sheeting, a splendid qual- ity, worth 25c a yard. Our Special IQ Fall opening sale price per yd il w 10-4 Bleached She...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 5 October 1910

MMI-WBEKLV COUWl«W.TH m. WCONMOAV, OCTOtñ 5. 1110. FOR EAST TEXAS FAIR Herewith we publish a preliminary draft of the official program of the East Texas Fair. Additions will be made in the way of general informa- tion of special value to visitors and further instructions as to the parade, stock show, etc. The management releases this part of the program now that the people of Tyler and Smith county may be made ac- quainted with the general scope of the fair. Thursday, Oct. 6—Dedication Day. Forenoon. Master of Ceremonies, Hon. Cone Johnson. 10 a. m—Fair opens. Music by bands at speaker's stand. Prayer by Rev. G. L. Yates, of First Baptist church. Grand Chorus, led by Miss Ruby Cherry. Address by Judge Bulloch. Music by bands, "The Progress of East Texas," Hon. J. IB. Mayfleld. Dedicatory Address, Hon. Henry B. Marsh. Afternoon. 2:45 — Street Parade — Decorated floats, vehicles, Confederate caval- ry, horsemen, Tyler Fire Depart- ment, Aiutos, etc. Band Concerts. Visiting Exhibits. B...

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

fr' Ú;:' * SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIMES. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 5. 1910. \\\\\v^yy Mmos&MmmmwMMSBssmMito Goldstein Brown "TYLtK'S CHEAPEST CASH STORE" We Are Ready Por the Fall Campaign With Greater Stocks in all Departments Fall Stocks are fast nearing completion In the various depart- ments of the store. All will be of greater proportion for this fall and wlnUr than for any previous period. Dress Goods A collection of all that's new will be found here. Panamas, Serges, Voiles, Suitings and Popliis ranging in price from 25c to $1.50 per yard Special low prices on Outings. Ginghams, Prints and Domestics. Tailored Suits Mike it your busines to visit this Gar- ment section and see our extensive line of suits. Tailored coat suits of Serges, Fancy Worsteds, etc., prices $12.50 and upward. Coats. Wraps. Sweater Goats They are not needed at present, bat cool weather will soon be here, so make your early selection. Prices the Lowest Ladles Skirts We are particularly anxious for you to look at...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 8 October 1910

gtato Library, Austin. TfXM Semi - Weekly Courier - Times VOLUME XXVII. TYLER, TEXAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8. 1910. NUMBER 81. FIVE TMMD PEOPLE WITNESSED E THURSDAY r.o r J| tf The Big Store The Leading House THE B/6 STORE-TH£ LEADING HOUSE mtáMh. t -(MM& fhj >y\ Vft'j s 7 fi is; Í 5 £«• A Cordial ¿Welcome To all Visitors to the —first— East Texas we are very much pleased to welcome you in our city. Tyler's hospitality has loag been proverbial, and she is •nly too glad to again be i& a position to welcome the strang- ers within her gates, so to speak and make them feel at home. •• You are Just as Welcome, whether you buy x or not. If in need of any new Fall or Winter Merchandise, look over our lines, it's worth your while. Our stock of Ladies Ready-Made Garments, Coat Suits, Dresses, Millinery, Clothing, Dress Goods, Silk, Shoes, all is per- fect, the sélection is larger than ever. 1 While in our city make our store your loafing place, Any- thing we can for you, will be glad...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 8 October 1910

H i I wz b. :S ftCMI-WCEKLY COt>*H€R.TIMES. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1910. Sentf-Weekly Courier-limes BT The lourler-Timw Putllshlng Co. DAILY lne rpar*t d SEMI-WEEKLY Subscription. $1.00 Per Year * A. LINFSEY ] U. A. McDOUOAL. .Associate Editor. 9. E. RAFFERTY .. Bavin Mi Mgr. dtared Tyler. Tew. Poatoffice u Second CUiaftUU Matter. Office of publication. 211-213 North Broadway, Tyler. Texas. A reflect ion appealing in these columna con •arnini? any indi vid Jal,. will be cheerfully cor- •acted if brought to the attention of the Editor. east texas industrial congress. The East Texas Industrial Congress convenes at Tyler October 7 and 8, Friday and Saturday of next week, and it should be largely attended by people from all parts of the territory east of the Trinity river. This con- gress is capable of performing won- ders for the upbuilding of East Texati if it is given proper support and at- tention by those most interested, but It must be realized that an organiza- tion of this kind...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 8 October 1910

SEMI-WEEKLY COURIER-TIME . «AÜTRDAY. OCTOBER 8. 1910, GREEN WITH BLACK STRIPES AND GOLD BRAID AROUND THE CAPS. COST 80YS OVER $350 Will Be Worn For First Time Opening of The East Texas Fair Tomorrow. AT UNIFORMS ARRIVE FINE LIST OF FARM PRODUCTS, CANNED GOODS, PRESER VES, ETC., ETC MANY VERY FINE ANIMALS i) Number of Fine Horses, Mules, Colts, Cows, Bulls and Calves Shewn, / 1 Greathouse: Acker, Messcr Acker: IS T (wm The members of the Tyler Band have just received their new uniforms from a well known Phila delphia house that makes a specialty of band uniforms. 'Uniforms for 38 members were re- ceived. It Is thought this will be sufficient to accommodate the band at this time, though they are receiv- ing new members right along, and it will likely be necessary to put in an additional order later on. Of course. Prof. Witt, the popular leader of the band, together with tho boys, are delighted with their new uniforms .and they will wear them during the fair. We are advised that the un...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 8 October 1910

SEMI-WEEKLY COUAlER-TlMCS. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1S10. SOCIABILITY: Written and Composed by FRANK McINTYRE now playing "THE TRAVELING SALESMAN" GAIETY THEATRE, New York. I j*—r —M REFHAIN. 1. I'm not look - ingr for wealth, all I want is my health, And I'm 2. This old world is not small, there is room for us all. And it's TiU voice. 35SE3 &==*-- ver- jol - > i ' 9* * j fond of iol- lv com - pa • ny I like good fel • low-sbip and I'll give you my tip, It's the li - ty that keeps it go • ing round . Life's a beau - ti - ful song tho' it does • n't last long, Still there's -3-" 3^ m ^r-r^r-0- if J :=*=c .j— W v =fcc OS I i $ a: 3E on • ly ship that nails the sea,... neth-ing like it can be found. m f •* *~ * £ >¡¡5- i When I'm wea - rr its true, good a<l • vise makes me blue, And for If you've trou - ble to shelve, keep it all to your-self, I don't ~ X--, / of - for tku hear me siu^ • iug « * •' t'ia • Me with me, zrz 3 ^Í¿=--¿£^= so • cia - ble mv . self. I want so • cia •...

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