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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 26 November 1910

fU-,9 SEMI-WEEKLY C O U R IE R - TI M E S Volume XXVII Tyler, Texas, Saturday, November 26, 1910 Number 94 Í TH THE BIG STORE THE LEADING HOUSE Mayer & Schmidt Visit the BIG STORE every day and see the special offerings in all departments. Space in this paper forbids us calling atten- tion to the many bargains we are offering in all departments. Our Basement is filling up with Christmas goods of all kinds, toys, dolls, games, automobiles, mechanical trains, magic lan- terns, etc. I Special prices this week on Blankets, Comforts, Underwear Sweaters, waists, ladies' suits and coats, flannelette gowns, for children, ladies and men, gloves, hosiery, etc. HOSIERY SPECIAL —3 pair Onyx (Lord & Taylor's) ladies Hose, fast black, 50c values, Special $1.00 GREENVILLE CLAIMS 14,000 POPULATION Greenville, Texas, Nov. 28.—Green- ville claims a population of between 14,- 000 and 15,000, l>ut the government cen- sus gave this place only 8,850, and the city council has appointed men to t...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Courier-Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 26 November 1910

PAGE 2 COURIER-TIMES WEEKLY COURIER • TIMES. (Incorporated.) By The Ccurier-Timcs Publishing Co. Entered postoffice at Tyler, Texas, as second class mail matter. Office of Publication ; 109 South Col-! lege Street. Old Phones 114 and 51. ? i arm am Garden Tonight and Saturday, partly cloudy. Thanksgiving is over. Get ready tor Christmas. Christmas comes on Sunday this year. It is only about four weeks oil'. When Congress meets, the "firing," of an Illinois Cannon will take place. Wm. J. Bryan says Champ Clark is the proper man for next speaker of the House. A Red River county farmer has re- fused 30 cents per pound for his long staple cotton. A Van Zandt farmer hasjust sold 231 tnrkeys for $502.20. Kinder gobbled it up, so to speak. The Denison peanut factory is receiv- ing large shipments daily. It will soon begin a run of several months. The Canton Public Schools held a fair on the school grounds Thanksgiving. Something new, but no doubt a winner. Yes, the Courier-Times is one col...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 26 November 1910

* ft COURIER-TIMES PAGE The B. Lewenstein & Bro. of Memphis, Tenn $1,000,000.00 Wholesale Stock Was sold in St. Louis, Nov. 15, in bulk lots, of customers' se- lections. We were on hand early and secured some of the Cream choice lots of this immense stoclf. It took over $600.00 to pay freight charges alone on this selection. Seasonable clean merchandise se- cured at but a fraction of its cost. Pretty well all the largest department stores of St. Louis, Kansas City and Chicago, were represented, and purchased for special sales to be inaugurated at the identical prices we paid. We start a series of sales Taking one or more lines at a sale to show more forcibly how big the bargains are that we secured Monday Morning, Nov. 28 we put on sale Blankets, Comforts, Bedspreads Sheets, Pillow Cases, Towels, Curtains, Drap- eries, Window Shades, Table Cloths, Linens and Napkins. 500 pair Blankets and Comforts. Lots and lots of all the other goods above mentioned. Get it at All goods bought ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 26 November 1910

fflS ¡18 II 1 f S, '"IV ( PAGE 4 COURIER-TIMES I Don't forget we do Dry Cleaning correctly ! and are fully equipped to I out promptly. LI' turn your orders American Laundry, Inc. MILITARY ACCURACY. Rosa Bonheur's Stirring Master- piece, "The Horse Fair." Locals and Personals Clark Jones of Waco ¡8 here visiting relatives and friends. Sheet Music, see Bryan, the Hook- man. 70 Mrs. Dr. Clay has gone to Paris to visit relatives and friends. Window glass at Starley's Drug Store. tf Clatie Rowland of Texarkana is visi- ting relatives in the city. Fresh package Candies, see Hryan, the Bookman. Frank Schaeffer, a well known drum- mer of Dallas, was here today. , Eastman Kodaks, see Hryan, the Bookman. 7 Cliff Bowman, a former citizen of Ty- ler but now of Waco, is in the city. Paints, glass and wall paper at Star- ley's. tf Conductor Reneau and wife visited the Cotton Palace at Waco this week. Window glass, paints and wall paper at Starley's. tf Mrs. J. M. Lewis left for Dallas to- day to ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 29 November 1910

Atate Library, AIHUII T.'V.m m Semi-Weekly Courier-Times. VOLUME XXVII. TYLER, TEXAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1910. NUMBER 9. I«/I. rM : / in fíí * 1S Choice $1.50, 250 Men's and Youth's Coats and Coats and Vests, worth from $3.50 up to $10.00. We could get more fort them at auction, but we prefer almost giving them away here at Choice $1.50 at Lipstate's. 0-0^"0<><>C-0-C>-CH>00-Q-0-0<><><><><K>T" WE LOAN DIRECT TO Farmers and Planters ...CALL AND SEE US,.. CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK TYLER, - I'EXAS k JLO-O-O-O-CMD-O-O-O-OO-O-O-OOO-OOO-O-O-O^ SHAW HAS BRIGHT HOPES Special to Courier-Times. Austin, Tex., Jan. 27 —Gus Shaw, gubernatorial candidato of Texar- kana, supported by Texas farmers, ie here today "talking polities" with Governor Campbell and other st'ite officials. Shaw says despite who maj- or may net ruiit the race, he will not and expects to sit In the governor's chair. ANTHONY SMITH'S CONDITION. Old Citizen Has Been Very Sick for ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 29 November 1910

í -, ,1 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1910. SIÍMMVKEKLY C OTO TIER-'lTMK4 Those Ladies' waists, Skirts and Ladies' Suits can be bought at the lowest kind of prices at Lipstate's. LOCAL INSTITUTE FOR TEACHERS WILL UK IIKIil) AT LIXDALE FKBIU'.UtV 2«, FOR voitrii PART OK IOIMY. The Medicinal Value of Whiskey is admitted by the highest medical authorities. Indeed for many slight disorders it is a safe and certain cure. But to be effeptivc, it must be the genuine, pure, natural article like Sunny Brook THE PURE, FOOD Whiskey SUNNY BROOK is unsumassed ns a wholesome pleasant stimulant or an invlcoratin? healthful tonic. Every drop Is aietmea. aficii and bottled under the direct supervision of U. a. Government Inspectors and It.i unsolute pnrltv and mullownuss make its use perrec ujr safe and free from harmful effects. The "Green Government stamp over the cork of each bottle states tho correct age, proof and quauiuy, SUNNY BROOK DISTILLERY CO.. JeHersoo Co.. Kf. —FULL QUARTS==$j BY EXPRESS PREPA...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 29 November 1910

" . * „ SkSMI^ViacKLi COURllfiR.l ttA ■"■■.■■■tilín i*1 .i ■ ■ SATURDAY, NOV CM fife ft Ü, HHÓ, All Pall and Winter goods at big concessions in price to clear them at Lipstate's. THE RATE OF WAGES FOR - ALL CENSUS us-Taker Will Draw From $3 to $6 Per Day According to the Location Washington, P. C., Jan. 25.—The varying scale in UAVrent parts >f the country and the differences in hí nature and extent of the local 'Hlicultles confrintiner the enumora- °ra in the largor geographical di- c, ^¿lori.s of the United States have In- (liienceÍP an l guided United States pensuw Director Durand In the adop- ;irjii of a classification of enumera- tors' rates of compensation, within lie limits prescribed by the United Hates Census law enacted by con- gress. The different classes of rates will ie so applied that in general the av- rago enumerator will earn substan- lally the same actual amount in one istrict as in another, even though ho population may be much sparser i one than in the other, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 29 November 1910

■ utuMM mvimüh M. tffl . lUEM-ttisiftaY MtttftMÁiitiM SemMtoekly Courier* limes BY The Courier-Times Publishing Co. DAILY Incorporated SEMI-WEEKLY ■. A. LINDSEY Editor H. A. McDOUQAL. .AawoclaU Editor. V. E. RAFFERTT . .Business Mgr. ElUnd at Tyler. Texas, Poatoffica aa Second ClaM Mail Matter. Office of DUblieation, 211-213 North Broadway, Tyler, Texaa. Bubacription ratea, GO cent per month by carrier, or by nail 16.00 par year. A reflection appearing In theie columns con ■•rains any Individual, will be chserfully cor- ra dUdif brought to the attention of the Editor. COUNTY OFFICES. Subject U> action of Democratic Primaries. For Comity Attorney: JESSE F. ODOM. N. W. BROOKS. For Tax Assessor: HENRY B. MATTHEWS. For District Clerk: J. S. LAVENDER. TAT H. 11EAIRD. For County Treasurer: W. H. CHITWOOD. JAS. P. BROUOHTON. • •••••••••••••o • • • A 1ITCAKT TO HEART TALK. • • • • Wlhat are you going to do • • during the year 1910 for tha • • permanent betterment of Smith • • county? If ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 29 November 1910

I ÍRK, For l/fa ■ I I SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1910. semi-wkekly roriuEH-T«nr.H Men's and Boy's Clothing is selling right now at about the lowest you ever bought it for at Lipstate's. <v «inn le of es a the mitli \ duc- inty and fe is can, trict ains and ong a vitli not, ate and Hu- aro )ers ieir las one k's lis a its eat >ut the Lip- t.v, ion of ice K. Jul ANNOUNCES FOR COUNTY TREASURER. Jfs. P. EJroughton Becomes Candidate For Re-eiectlcn to That Office. us, id- to if. cet as m iS- 1(1 til 'P. ie 6 From Wednesday's Dally.) \Jj:iires P. Broughtou announces to- A y for re-slction to the office of treasurer of Smith county. ¡Mr. Bioughton was appointed as successor to the late J no. Chit wood, J'id has made an acceptable officer, e is capable in every way to dis- charge its duties, as is shown 'by his to£>oksj which are correctly kept. In líüs connection r>ve herewith present ¡r statement from Mr. Broughton: ¡To the Democratic Voters of Smith Qounty:—At all times since I wa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 29 November 1910

i 1 I■ Sen KaUn or by i Su Prim For • ] Pop i ] For Pop • • • A • • dir • pel • con • th< • it • us, • me • wo • gai • Alt • a l • as • grc • a < • &hi • am • If • the • be® • pla • wil • pre • tier. • Ttu • I v • to • yo« • • ENDC Al The by th< Politl aid, a pro o Of To von t himse floppe and t comm Poind pro f> thens, Who i the t •houh this i dlvlslc In* b\ Bailey army r«al < sel vea W real d the p¡ swattl Kara* mony the t ballot revjelp "Ol Jw> Ra> pelf a Bon t dr>«." Johns know of th>« fear. Johns an at when or wl the o antis chang •Ide ■ ed hi the a phone him t persoi «made will I 224 pairs Ladies Kid gloves tan, gray black jvhite and other colors, mostly all small sizes at half-price, some mu, than half. $1.00 gloves for 39c., $1.50 and $2.00 gloves for 79c at LlPS ee s mm A LINIMENT FOR EXTERNAL USE. No woman who bears cliildrcn ::ccci suffer during tho period of waiting, nor at tho timo of baby's coming, if Mother's Friend is used a3 a massage ...

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

i Results & ^ «í ' a 7.// '*'Vv • - • • • ;íííj /4 Semi'Weekly Qouríer-Times Cid absorbed Tyler Dally Poat November 28, 1910 VOL, XXVII. TYLER, TEXAS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER, , 1 10. SO. M ^Atalaoansoa and (Sandy* HotorColdDrinkiCMfNtfaUtl I V \ I > ^J&B3©£ The Big Store The LeadluK House Mayer & Schmidt e® Santa Claus Headquarters = NOW OPEN IN OUR - TOY LAND BASEMENT You may select now from complete stock of new and novel mer- chandise without the hurry and confusion of the rush days nniK all sizes Bisque, Kid Body JCr fA (MA Aft WLLJ an(j fanCy jointed dolls &0\j IU q>Il/«Uv TOY PIANOS All sizes, white and mahogany finish. Price $1.25 to $3.50 ROCKING HORSES All kinds and <iil sizes $3.95 to $12.50 -ter i SHOTS CMS Indestructable toys, complete outfit $1.50 to $4.50 Velocipedes and Wagons Metal and rubber tire Wheels, velocipedes, wagons and coasters from $1.00 to $7.59 SOLDIER POLICE & FIRE HEN OUTFIT COMPLETE $1.00 1000/1 Railroad Trains Steam, Mechanic...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 3 December 1910

DA1C.Y COURIER publication, Btarley building wur. Tyler, Texas. at Poetofflce, Tyler, Texaa, aa Second clase mall matter iV erroneoua re (lection upon the r, «tending or reputation or pereon. Arm or corporation which la the columna of The ee will be gladly correct upon Ita being brought to the at- n of the publlahera. TELEPHONE M DECEMBER 8, 1010. ■est Monday. The population of llllaola la MSI, 111. There la an Inoreaae from 1110 to ÍI00 of III,111. The Mexlcaa revolutionise will now return to making temales. They are aiMeeaaful at Chat, but fallurea aa rev olutlonlata. There la aome talk In Baatern ao- alety clrclea of Introducing aeroplane entertainments. This leada to the con- cliMlon that the man or woman with a rubber neck will be In their element at a party of thla kind. doing them. The Montgomery County Good Roads Aaaoclatlon waa organised there, and within a month after the organisation 1,110 men with teema and road ihachlnery started at 7 o'clock In the morning to build a r...

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

8 BlU. w .# T r - J \ lT' |V ■Mr l I COURIER-TIMES UNDER NEW MANAGF- MENT, TYLER DAILY POST ADSORBED Announcement to the Public. To the subscribers and advertisers of the Courier-Times: As Is generally known, the Courier-Times plant was consumed by tire on the morning of November 14. The insurance matter has not yet been adjusted. Pending the settlement of the In- surance, at a meeting of the board of directors of the Courier-Times Pub- lishing Company, Saturday morning, a resolution was adopted to the effect that the old stock company liquidate, when the Insurance shall have been paid. A committee composed of the undersigned was appointed by the board of directors of the Courier- Times Publishing Company to offer for sale the good name, advertising con- tracts and subscription accounts due Jhe Courier-Times. This committee, after receiving bids, effected a sale with Judge T. B. Butler and associ- ates. By this transfer, it will enable Judge Butler and his associates to give to tlfe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 3 December 1910

It' Railroad Fare Free To every customer living within 30 miles of Tyler making purchases of $20 or over, we will pay railroaJ fare both ways. Be sure to buy a round trip ticket. ájpf • i>/ Silk and Sateen Petticoats 5 dozen Sateen Petticoats worth $1.50 Our Special December price 5 dozen Sateen Petticoats extra good size, wort I $2.00. Our December Special price 100 Taffeta Silk Petticoats, colors black, brown and green a $5.00 skirt. Our special sale price 50 silk Petticoats in black and fancy colors, worth $6.00 to $7.50 our special sale price -- 98c 1.48 3.45 4.95 Sheeting and Pillow Cases 10-4 Bleached Sheeting, the Best Quality, worth A "11^ 30c a yard, during Our special sale at per yard., wm I 2W 50 dozen Pillow Cases good size and quality, <| A. our special price each I UG 25 dozen Welded Seam Sheets size 68 x 90 A Qj* worth 75o December sale price ...4vv Flannelettes and Outings 50 pieees light or dark colored Outing in Ql_ plaids and stripes. Sale price per yard w2w...

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

■■■ SEMI- I EMBER t SALE! Railroad Fare Freé To every customer living within 30 miles ot' Tyler making purchases amounting to $20 or over, we will pay railroad fare both ways. Be sure to buy round trip ticket. y, December 3rd ofcld, Carlton Co. :r month of the year. We have never before had >w prices. Every item mentioned on this sheet is a real value. FREE! FREE! FREE! FREE! int- To every customer making a cash purchase to the amount of $10.00 during the first three days of this sale, we will give Free, a beautiiul framed picture. A large assortment to select from LADIES SHOES ling nad id SÍK cial Dij One lot of ladies box calf and vici Shoes, in light and heavy soles, these are principally broken lots, worth "rom $1.50 to $2.50, December sale price 4 4 Q r pair I ■ I w ne lot of laHies Vici and patent Shoes, light and heavy positively worth $3.00 per pair, De- 1.98 I soles, _ Icember sale p| )ne lot of ladies dressShoes, in patent and Vici, worth pair. Our December sale price, ...

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

r wi A I PECAN CROP IS SHORT IN TEXAS itaiRvaiditnM w Um rnth rite of Ihf •Wat 11:11 o'lcock. The aaeO t ladder, vhinby thiy NM Of UlO CUB* M ttegr wont through the win- Tkirt tkijr toaod five whit* la the rtoa. Thoy were placed 1 arreot ud aotided to bo preeent i city eourt this moralag. «era Baion wad Rmy hove been the plaoe <or aeveral daya atghta. They aaw a game oa No- ll. and they watched a game three hour* on Wedaeeday. N'o- *01 bir 14, from It o'eloeh uattl 1 o'clock. They expected a larger haul thoa they mde last night The men «oro all charged oa the docket with |WV' A QCnr 8DXDAV WEDDING. MK. WhMe aad Ms A very ««let weddlag took piece •uaday evening, whea Miss Marguerite K. ford became the bride of Earl White. The weddlag waa a veey quiet affair, only members of the famlUee belag preeent The couple — rled at the residence of R. K. BM well, the city tax collector and aa •or. at «IT Weet Kim street The ceremony araa performed by Rev. H A Ifatney. After the wedding the so...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Semi-Weekly Courier-Times — 3 December 1910

m m 8ENI.WEBUT COURIER.!! •■■'•v m- . f t i « A Few Statistics Regarding the STUDEBAKER FACTORIES Plant covers 101 acres. 150,000 Vehicles made every year. Lumber yards cover 80 acres. 75,000,000 feet of lumber air drying. 4,000 men employed. 10 miles of belting used on the machinery. 1,500 machines in operation. A Studebaker Wagon sold somewhere every two minutes. Sold by one house in Tyler since 1873. We carry a big line of Studebaker Buggies as well as Wagons. We offer better styles and better quality. Goe. R. Philips 500.000 CYPRESS SHINGLES In Four Grades Special Prices Palmore and Dean Lumber Company Lumber, Shingles, Sash and Doors Tyler, Texas rI ESTATE TRANSFERS CONCESSION TO WOMEN VOTERS. Real Estate Transfers. November 30. 1910, Green William to Jesse Spencer, 100 acres of the S. Brlmberry league *850 November 30. 1910, Ned Evert and wife to Wadel, Caldwell, Hughes & Patterson, 20 3-4 acres of the Eliza- beth Brown headright *150 November 4, 1910, J. W. Head to Mrs. L...

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

T^V- uiiMMMM . • -f | # SKIRT can be made to look like new by oar Dry Cleaning Process Try us once-you will be ft regular custo- mer. AMERICAN LAUNDRY "Dry Cleaners" daímc corana 11m John T. Bohner left last night on the Cotton Bolt Frank Burr loft yesterday on the Cotton Be'fc O. O. >Brasieton loft this morning on tho I. and O. N. Mrs. otan Ustus left thla afternoon on the Cotton Bolt. G. W. Bonner of Arp waa a business caller In town yesterday. Dr. M. B. Faber, the ,/swlsh rabbi, came In thla morning on the I. and 0. N. Mis* Irene Swan left this afternoon on the Cotton Belt for Winona, where •Wwlll spend the night. Miss Sallle Irvine left this morning on the I. and O. N. for Dallas, where sha will visit friends and relatives. ' Kiss Francis Bonner left yesterday afternoon on the Cotton Belt for Ath- where aha will visit for a few • Miss Franela Bonner came In on the Cotton Belt this afternoon from Ath- ene, where ahe spent the night with friends. Ex-County Attorney Sid Johnson ...

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

r> ■ CP I Want Ads For Results Semi J Weekly Qourier- Times Abaorbed Tyler Dally Pout November 2S,l9IO vol. xxvn. TYLER, TEXAS, SATURDAY, UKOEMBKR 10, 1910. NO. t H IDE PELIZER FARM NEAR WINONA W. L. Evans, a citizen of Dallas, In commenting on an article which re- oently appeared In the Dallas News, concerning the Peltzer farm near Wi- nona, says: "Under the heading, 'Bast Texas Belt as Fruit Center,' today's News contains a great deal of Information from Its correspondent regarding the success of those who have given their attention to frlut and truck growing In Bast Texas, all of which recalls to me my visit of two weeks ago to the fruit and truck farm of Herman Peltzer, near Winona, Smith county. "Mr. Peltzer came from Missouri to Texas six years ago, and purchased more than 3,000 acres of land in poor old East Texas. This tract of land in- cluded a farm which had been in cul- tivation fifty-seven years, and the old country mansion, with its Corinthian columns is now occupied...

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

„ '■Mt IkbK trame low If the bolt nnm should get ths uppor tk« touthera Railway has ad- tho UIIM Matas goverament effective December 1. on the and *111*1 Unee in Atabwn* iNWdlM lo J. C. Pfcelpa (twnraii district demon- ■Mura mom for Boutkera Alabama, whore th plan wo* adapted ay a esa- fersac of railroad peaaldeata A 4mmonMration afra aiU W Instituted M iwt important etattea Tbe rail- road has patt ra i iinta tk« gov- onwnM plan ee eWa the farmer kow to rala cora la a fte at tt «roo- n*- buy it at homa; you might halp build up your town, your maruhanta would , got bold of tbo money and the profits would (o to enhancing the wealth of your town. Buy everything you can from other towna" KIND WORM. a. jli UCdtlOK Btri] ta «ai* moata a ftr* l> Tj-Wr <i*i ftyrd ta Cvwanee- Ttmea e*wtkiag ta way *í ja ral ppwtn rtj ta pajwe >m« * - alb giawared. Oa Míeivj ta r j* filrI Us «mu to «or nvktw se- al*. mac* to «or doMrat Ta Ml .-vanpaiQ f«ra er5 ewaiag ta Own^ Uaea la la l «wo M ct'.Ut...

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