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Gonzales, Louisiana
October 22, 1921     Gonzales Weekly Citizen
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October 22, 1921

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< ~,-~:~ ~ ~:/" .... 7" ./ . TO SURPA YOUNG FOLKS HERE IS obroRrvN1 I lqouston, Toxas.--W/th i~ r~cord list ~f ~hibitors end/eaSed, the Houstox and Exposition which w!il open November $ to !3, inclusive, prom!see to surpass all previous efforts. Work o~ the construcz!cn o! the 1! huiMful~ that will bouse the va~oux o]dIIbRs and live stock is progressing rabidly and will be ~omp!eted by No- vember 1. More than 108,81~0 fe~t of wire will be used to illuminate the grounds, which w/l! present a veritable fa!ry. land w!th myriads of lights. ~.very b~!d/-,g w!!! a!so be brt!~nt!y filum- ~ted. Pick scraps of time from the waste ba:~ket, tur'n tl:cm inS( do!lava; earn while you learn b3 taking a~-money back zuaranteed T s .--e.-na.,.~p._I a~d Great .%~or~. te t~_e ~u,,ds. Th!s w!!! grest!y faC!!- ttate and exped!te t.he sh!l~mS~ts of ~ttis and maeh!ne.~y. The bu!!d!ng in wh!ch t~e ~utomobfla ekow will be he)~ ~rc~.!~es to be a _~retentious one. It w!!! be fireproof and will have a capae!ty of hcus!ng ~0~ mechlnes. More than ~0 co~e,e~s have a~ready sig~ffied their !Rtentio,, of oa- k!biting, as 'haTs a score of accessory men. The automobile show promisee te be one cf the biggest features of the "a!r. The fair cemm!ttes !s baby d~3!l~-a~ ing emrta!n dsys ~or different ~vic, in- dustrial ud fratel~al grin!zealous. November 11, wh!ch Is Arm!.-t!c~ Day;, w~!! be lo~own a~ American Leg!on Day. November 11~ will be eat aside for the school children. All the c.h!ldren of the city will be admitted free. The Klw~mis, Rotary, Cry!tan, Ad Clubs and various other luncheon clubs al~ will have special days. There will also i~ an Industrial Day and a Oal. v~ton Day. BIs Racing Program, Racing will ba one of the biggest f~tures of the falr and the futest pondence course is that we give horses in this section of this coumry three months' free, use of a stan- will compete for the $6,000 purses of. gored by the committee, dard typewriter with the fu] i or ella el o~r It, oat thorotlgh and ) practicie ct~ur~,e~ el B~ol~!,eepin~ ' Shorthand an, l T3 l~'cwriting, Uu- sie_t~s AdminisLratmn and Fina- nce, "J?elegval,hy. Commercm: Law, ]2uMric:,~ Arithmiti,.-. k~ales- manMfip, A,l~ ~ rtismg, Commer- cial Lettering or Business Pcn- manshit,, llv Correspondence thru the Extension l)cpartment of the Tyler Commercial College We secure satisfactory result.," or refund tuition. Our Corres- pondence courses :nclude the sa- me subjects as given with a per- course, wlth the privilege of on. tering College for personal ~orL at any stage of your cour~;e. ~ oil, out paying additions1 tui(ien, h~ other words, the c sr ond. ence instructions are absolutely free ~f you enter for per.~ona~ work. Many lind it to their ad- vantage e~ex) when they intend to take per;o_ual ~ork later to fi rat enroll for the course by cor respond~nce at~d utilize their spare moments until they are ready ~o on.tar, ,~ince it costs no- thing extra. Ttiis often save~ them a couple el months' time and board in school on their per serial work, and'enables them to" leave college and accept a good position two months earlier. An other advantage of the cortes "T~s racing this year ought to be the best we liars ever had," Charles J. Kirk, secretary, said Saturday. "We hive been liberal with our purses and some fast animals are entered. Every event on our card will be filled with Shorthand course. Many of our students hfive attained u speed of from forty to fifty ~:ord.~ per mi nuts thru our system of touch well-matched horses. The track will typewriting during the three be put in the best of shape and arrang~ meats are being made for the care of months and have at the same ti. 150 horses." me carried on their other work. The educational features of the fair Telegraphy instruments and sup are proving popular. Hundreds of re- quits have been received for the pro- plies are furnished with our cou- slum book telling about the prizes to rse of -Pelegraohy, and a there- ba awarded "for live stock, girls and boys' work, farm products and other ugh course of Salesmanshi klnd of exhibits. ' given with Bookkeeping. " Fiddling Contest. ~V e ll~e ok! r originalcc, pyright- Mauy unique contests are being at'- : ed methods, We make every l~nged. One of these will be a fiddling contest for men more than 50 years .~tlbje~t practical and intersting old. There are many oldttm~ musicians who played in the time of "When You from .~tal't to linish. ~very~ los- and I Were Young~ Maggie." son receives prompt personal at- The Houston Fair and Exposition has also entered into a contract with J. tention and a personal reply. We i Sanders Gordon for the production of Arabian Nights" to be run during the exposition. This is a realistic po~rayal on a colossal scale of the enchanting Islam of the many nights entert'aln. ment~. It will he presented in various episodes and will include the destruc- tion of the mouuta~n. More than 150 pouttds of dymtmita is used In tMs have taught hundreds of stud- eats successfully and know we can teach you or we would not guarantee to refund"~ your money Why continue to waste your spar moments? Turn them into kno- ~ma alone wledge and make them earn you "We were very fortunate In obtain- do!Iars. Take advantage of the lng 'Arabian N!ghts'," W. !. ~hotv:e!! i said. "It wfi! be an ~novatton for ex- [ wonderful opportunities for tra. posttto~t !~_ the South aM gives to lined youn~ men and women in ment."!Zoust" t~_s highest type of entertain. ] the business world to-y.da You The various e~ieodas include "Ths] cannot afford to let your spare ~nfl and the Fisherman," "The K~ng of tke Black Isle~," "All Babe and-th~ / moments p su when there is ouch Forty Thievee," "The Adventure Of the [a need for cat,able office help, Forbidden Casket," and many others. For full parti['ulars and ]ar=e',~, In eonxtectton with this production n brilliant pyrotechn!c display has bce~ free catalogue, address the arranged for. This ~itl include sixty ~ Extension Department, Tyler aerial pieces and ~0 set pieces. Spec1~! s~ts will be fired on the evening o No- Commercial College, "yler, vamber 11, Arm!st!co Day. This will be American Legion Da~" at the fair. Tease. Course interested 8~ta showing the ~ces of gas Hou_~ in .... .............. " . ten, Bowie, Crockett and other not~ Texans will be t!tum!aats~l Name ...................... !~eny Aff~[re. That when it comes to Attractive, Progressive Job Printing ---Printing with a Punch--thls office occupies a place right uw, i_-_ the front r flt . New and Modern Equipment now enab!e to f,-rnid,, you Bi6 TOWN PRINTING AT SMALL TOWN PRIGES There'a a vast difference in Printing. That is why you owe it to yourself to seek something new instead of taking it to any particular ho. merely from force of hab _t. TEST TIlE TRUTH OF OUR CLA!MS W!TH A TRIAL ORDER FOR LETTERHEADS, EN- VELOPES, CARDS, BILLS n OR BOOKLE'rsl 1 'Ill l ~ll l ..... i J .......... . ................................ Gonzales Weekly, Gonmles. La, Gentlemen: Plcase eud me the Gonztdes Weekly for ............... ...................... Year Months Enclosed find ................ Dol!ars ame ............. i.i ................. : Addreas... ../..., .................... ..................... .. ] One year $1,50 6 months 75c 3 mon. hs 50 Single copy Ouple ttews , _X[r. Sylve e Babin hislit- tle nephew Stanley Bahia retur-[ ned to their home in New Orleans [ Moud y, after spe gt week] here with retatL es. ) All the teaeb r tiffs school [" & "nd over [Cr~y ptt'pils, with some /f the% pareut , attended the Loui iam!:'air in Donald- Zorn:ella ou ch@A day last ?ri- [day~ " " Mrs. Louis ~. LeBlauc, of Ba- an S~ice. anaere wi!! he several important of- [Address ...................... ,'SIH:, Wou~i Mdke R.ol~tgtlon, Or om Sunday Until Wednesday, , f~l-s o~ ,+a+ew'~e '=t-r-st durin +~- " too Rouge was ~ visitor here fr- ......... g "-" I Advcrt:is .ment There Woullt 8~ a lad Tima fa~o~ November $ Rice Institute willI..- _ ~ . ~er ~L'~p!~'sr, The proverbial stork visited1 i ~ "-'-- /" thehomesof Mr, and Mrs. Et0_-[ "get gouthweste.~ Unlvonity team l~ill l~!ytl~ w~, r:L~l[, a i~rdi~e,. O.~ )([in~ ~!Id Mr. al!d ~Ir;, ~-] Ot~ November 11 Rle~ will clash know,a to say IgO' whoi~ ht !~d ~ week arid left a aby boy at each [ with /u and M., which will be tl~e Mg~ gtmt game played i~ Houston. - U~mta Experime..te May ReveJution. a~ed If be could do a thug, November 7 "to 15 will ba Ize MethOds. One day the chauffgu~ wh~ 11~.v ptace. J drove the motorcar in w~c& l~t'e ~.~. ,~tr. at~d Mrs. 5: yes Lan r kaotnt as "Buy in Houston Week" and P!0yer Jour~sye~, wtm taken ill. lXlt', and. IV[rs. Alex R. Bahia, h~dr~la of rut-of-town, repreSlmt~, lli~/l l!mbs cf fe!!ed tr~s elm he u~! Bill's ~mployer t~d very l~t wln Im hero. MrS. lv ere Babin Mrs. Gee, at a ~ for fuel on Io~0.~4r o~raflons buslnese eng~gement~ for t~t d~y, [~nicar4, ~lessrs, Calico raud The Teaas Dry Goods Association r~m~on~b!e ~cst, ~d. If net how sucl and It was emmnttal that he aheul~ be will al~ hold its convention in Heus. t~s can be dis.m~led ~f~oprev~m~ earl. driven in the ear unless ha w~ to and Bee:tran Babiu and M~ses miss some of them. ton November-7 and 8. This will be a ous fires, Hem'F ~. H~a'a*.ner, pr~- " "" .~ Hdd tu-e and Etta Braud vere: l~t~ng of tl~ l~Iggest merelmnts In No ) t~n.~.. In this work ~s has the coop. ~ eranon of Cammi~Ioner ~f. L Alex- ander Of the State Depart~ 0t (~on- [ tm~vation, and Dlr~ctor R. D. Forbssof lha ~uth~ Fort~t Exlmrlment $~ tier. Untrod ~tatu ~l~r~ 8errlll~ New Orl~anL all visitto th~ State. There will also be a spaniel redu~- tton on raflroad.far~ to Houston dur- isg the fair. Travellno ManM DIW. Nov~mba: l~y stud the over to the knights of 'We find ~ult get go~d woo~ lomi~', Z. bade ",S~1 to !~Ls ~rem I~ve t year's pr, bound to.. his Scotland, w~re, bY C long lander,, he i Oapt~In Carkum S~ te 8euth 8uba Capt. ~lez C, cork.-,,~ new S. whlch Is ~ to make ~tz ~-st t,-ll~ ~o g~uth A~e:!ca. ts accre~ted w!~ wh!!a hs t~rvlce du~ng ~e War. Prep arafl~as ors new Rl!der way for trial trtp of file from N, z., C,nSL,~t~ed b~ the l~ew Bultd.~ng set, ration for States lcaa Le~ton, together cials o~ th~ of this and other cotmtrte$ wlH on b~ard t~e thlp during gh~ trip. Capta~ Corkum, marine having established a new ord for runn!ns time be~weele 1 York and South ~kmerlca. tea~ Leg!no" will be New Y~k tt~d F~uth 11~e~Ll~ (Communfc&ted;) The novel far creation~ which were so muc~ vogue this season, was di~tional popularity by t[te ladies driving the nifty and ractive prize winning get at the South Louis/au Fair during the auto style show, The prize offered was for the a cpearauce which was ully carried out in tt me of red eape~ a.nd hats to mat~ ch the car. The occupants of the aud Mrs. the ladies White of New Or!e s, tot for the Ranger cars~ congratulated numerous cars presented a derfu! sight, but nee of the ] they upo!a winuer0 pprse. about