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October 22, 1921     Gonzales Weekly Citizen
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October 22, 1921

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the o . \. the ~tnte Fair Association every entry, t - - * th~ ,aulh'y division, l will 9.~ open to the Wo rUtaltt Campany Engaged tO from various farms Entertain Visitors at Lcu- country there will be entries. Mm~y of the ducks, turkeys, p~a- ~howxa. be a pigeon section to rabbits and ~to the a nmnber of Louisiana exhibitors, of the Boys' who will have a on hand competl. set aside for be Judged by Ohio. ;~n~.:__., of Topeka |took by C. ~. Gibaonot D6 LIVELY features at the Fair will be the , In which at least parish fair organizations for the offered tho~ thin contest. The showing Will |$00, the amount increased, and ~ducements are offm'. every product gre~ of l~out~ltms Will be repre- t~ Par/sh Fair axhtbltto~, the V~st atam.~y e5 dls]~laya will wonderfu4 and poaaibll- be uniform ~n will be their 8rran~mqn~ as credHt of the boca~s of ~r~t~ete ~a furnishing artlcl~s for , PtrhJh ~'air Contest ~tay ats~ e~el~tO f~r individual premium~ in iMPel cems~tt at the Fair. TO FINE ANIMALS in al~a~p ra~i~ Is :~ the Southwest will bs O~t.aber ~T, at Ehr~e with t!~e ~remb~.m~ This year they asians State Fair. , eoru growers in Louisiana. practica!ly The Privilege ef enjoying a splen, I every parish being well represented , in the work, and efforts are being ex- did variety of Oladway attractions will : erted to have all of the various ctub~ "be given visitors to the Loul~iaua~ represented. There will pl-obab!y be Stat~ Fair, October 27 to November l at least 2,000 boys and gi~sr~ ~p~rtici, 6. Inclusive. This part of the State l fluting, each with an exhibit of ten Fair program will be furnished bY l ears of fine corn. U~e C. A. WOrtham Shows, which l in addition to the Louisiana club form one of tile leading earnival ag-I competition, there will be held an In. gregarious Jn the United State~. The Wortham aggregation com, : prises about tweney-flve t~hows, ~11 Of which are declaresl to be free from obJectkmable features which are sometimes permitted to creep into carnival attractions. Official assul- anee is given that t~e shows will be clean and wholesome, and every pa- tron may feel perfectly safe in attend. ~g any or all of them. This same eoncetn---WorthRm's-- furRIshed the OladwaF amusement at the 'Louisiana State Fair last year, ; and the patron~ were ~o thoroughly pl~led that the managle~hent decided to book for a return m~gagemcnt this year. However. there Will be a corn-I plots change of bill, and the visitors terstate Corn Club contest, ih which -several states are expected to have contestant~. A hand~ome trophy i~ offered the winner. The result o~ the Instruction given the Juvenile farmers in growing fine corn will be reflected in the large col lectlon o$ excellent specimens dis+ played st the State Fair. The ris- play, as usual, promises to be a big feature, For further information, write to W. R. ttirscb. ~ecretary-manager. Shreveport, La. COLLECTED cHIPs True blue never leaks indigo, will have sometnlug entirely u~ueren~i An air of suspicion stifles effort. tO ;~O rat *~¢~ - ....... ,,- ¢'J,,.,,;, ...... ~ t~ daring all~0 the 1921 Los:Maria State Fair, which opens October 27 and runs eleven ~ay~, by V~rticipatin~ in thv two days' Automobiia Racing hteet The meet will be ~taged on the two Sundays of tbe Fair period. October 30 and No- vember 9. Attractive purses have been hung up for the winners In the automobile con- tests, and a dozen or more of the greatest drivers in the motor racing game are expected tO enter the meet. One of the feature effort~ of the dare- devils whirling around the fast mile circuit will be directed towards smash. Jle r:~w to anger--and be sure. The steel trap was invented in 1704. =- - = r ENTERTAINING AND EDUCATIONA_L S-H-R-E.V-E.P-O- R-T "+ " October 27 to November 6, Inclusive Reduced Railroad Bates--Free Parking for Autos +"; " $40,000 Offered in Premiums =._.=+-. nORSE RACING +"' FOOTBALL GArffBS DARING AUTO RACE8 : Z:g+$+: N0 r L HIPPODROME ACTS AUTO POLO CONTESTS " f "' r BANDS OALORE SPECTACULAR FIREWOILKS 0N THE GLADWAY Louisiana iTah-, These cars were Luit e~peciaiiy for dirt track racing, whici mean~ ~pee~tng without any rega~ b~ing given the risks that the darln~ drivers must take In "~hcoting th~ Juice" to the limit. J. Alex Sloan,~recognlzed as one of the world's most successful auto mobile racing directors, wlll be i~ charge of the meet, which means thai everything on the program will glvs satisfaction. For further information write to W R. Htrsch. seeretary-managor, Shreve }oft, La. Louis/ann. it will be played on ti~e ~ond Saturday afternoon, Ncvemb~ |, mad will, as usual, ~e one ~ the hmtm'e o'atdoar attractions. The Arkansas Razorbacks and the Loulsia~a Tigers have been keen rl- val~ for gridiron honors for man? years. Their annual straggle at tha Lcui~iana State Fair has sever faii~'-4 tv draw a monster crowd of ~hooi • and college students and former stu, dents and many other~ who enjoy gridiron sport. Tha game is always worth more them the'price of admlt- ,ion, for the t~ams fight to the t~b most. Two other colleges Will stage a foot, ball game during the Fair, arrange, merits for which have not yet beam oompleted, and negotiations are also under way for a mornlng game, prob. ably between high school teams, each ~atnrday of the Fair. t For further information write to W'. A man+ will trust his wife wlth the R. Hlrsch. secretary-manager, Shrove, care of his children, but not with the care of hts prize chickens, t port, La. .........[ RURAL SCHOOLS TO MAKE BIG DISPLAY t w, For C~f~log, write W. 1~ Hiruch, Sec.-Mgr., Shreveport. La~ ................................... . .............. =,++._+, ...................................... ,,,, , ,+- ,,, .... u+. ~ . • ,, "IT' YOUR FAIR, 80 THERE" With a substantial Increase in pr~ returns added this year, the attra~ tlons are greater in the Agricultural High School section of the Louisiana State Fair than et any former period. Besides the regular State Fair pre. relume, there will be a number of val. Uable e!~ecial prize~ offered by ln- divlduels and firms interested in the ~rogres~ of the Agricultural HigB Echoe! increment in Loui2i&na. At these schov!s the students are given the benefit of I~raetica! lessons ¢- ~R~.~Ing. They are ins~ueted the mast =cdern math¢~s a=d shcx~ how to get tha best re~,~s fro~ t~e!r e~o~s, That they have xt~d$ wonder fu! l~r~*r.e~s w!!1 be show~_ by the ex h~.b!ts that will be entered f.~o'~ rz. ~ou~ schoo!s a~-•- tezms in compeL!, tien fcr the l~remiums and ho~ors t~ be wen in this song.on c.~ the ~gricu!. turn! di~s!o~- c.~ the F~ir. P.~. P. L. Gu!!beau ct Baton Rouge. direotcr ot Agricultural High ~cheo!a who h~-~ .*or 3+~ars b~en looking ~tes" thi~ feature of t!,.~ Etate Fair pro g*-~-m, wail be i~ cb*~rge of tho AgtF c~!tural School exhibits. For further informatt,o~t, wr/to to ~V. R, IYrs~h, ~,,:~.f:t~rymanager, ~bra~e graceful l~Ir]~,'presentlng a wonderful BIG SWINE SHOW TO aerial exhibition, with many sta-t~lg . '° - ~ eredif and pridse, Wit~- sPbeial' a(ten" STAGED AT FAIR " IUX E :IL S TO SHOW terod in the various contests. Substantial increase has been au. An idea of the increasing interest actsTheOntheirFlying l~rogra!n.Valenti~e~, in a dash- P[ S AT STATE FAIR thorized in fl~e premium moil.? in the that is being taken in the live stock ins display Of ~rlal aerobatics. : Pig Club section this y~tr. Tkere Industry In Louisiana and other statss The M¥1ttg biillers, tt trio present. It the number of inquiries received will bs approximately $~,,000 awarded will be had through exhibits in the lng high flying, casting and return by t]{oso in charge of arrangements number of ueeful special awards will Swine Division of the Louisiana State acts, with double attd ~ripI¢ somer- for the exhibition is to be considered in cash premiums, and, il addition, a Fair. October 27 to November 6, in- saults in mid-ale. ] an index to tlie interest Juvenile live be made, Packing holmes are amonil clusivo. Fret. E. L. Jordan of the Le Flour and Portia, deseribed as } stock brecder~ aro taking, the Boys' the interests showing speclal apprect- 'the latest furore In Europe." [ and (}iris' Pig Clubs will have a record ! ation of the work of the Juvenile Lou/slana State University will serve as superintendent, while the Judging Smith's Comedy Bear " Circus, ha ~ breaking display nt the 1921 Louist-! pig" breeders, whose progress in Lou- will be done by Prof. E. A. Trow. which mirth-provoking tricks are per- I ana State ~air, October 27 lo Novem-! asians during the past eeveral years bridge of Columbia UniverMty. formed by trained bears, dog~, and~ I bor 6, Inclusive. Every former exhlDit has been a wonderful demonstraUou If one ts to Judge by the inquiries monkeys: , " [ by these clubs has been unusually' of the lessons learned bythe boys and girls of the Univeretty Extension Do. that are being received, the dwlae Coveno Troupe, four gifts and twot ~ crodltable, and there is'every reason i partmont. , . [ display will be one of. the feature live men, Inventors of new exploits on', ~ to predict that the one to be made' double tight wire, who put on a mar- I The Pig CIube exhibit will undoubt. I stook shows at the State Fair. Many velous danoing wlro act as well as, | edly be among the most attractive In! herds will be represented In tha com- ather star,tling 1~erformances oa tight ~ ~ the live stoqlk division. The clubI petition, which is-open to the world, wires. ~ members have learned the best moth.{ Including some of the most famo~ The Lea Whart(m Troupe, four men, | ode of breeding and raising flue steak,, harris in tha United Status. Louisiana and a woman, eonsld0red Europe'S, | and the entries at the State Fair wi~ t will have many animals lu the show, doublegreateStandSpringb°ardtriple somersaultsflyers' presenttn~in mid-[ ] give the visitors a goodl imi~rea|ion ] to contest 5o~ the awar4s ~ftered la air and ground acrobatics, i~cludLu4t} i i of the progress the youngsters ar~-, various classes, a~d thee e:r2tiblta making. $cme ef ~e boys' ~d gLrLt'I wih re~e-'.t s;iendid Itrog2~ ~ade t~ balancing of rare variety. { i. i pigs will compete for g~.neral awaits] xno ~reaflir~ of, ~.e-blo~.:t~ h~S L~ + Auto polo, in which Ray Lalqt~kin I against those ~mtered by admitS. J't ti:lz ;m;a. M~cJa c~ the tmi~rt~'¢ed mad Ray Claypool, holders of int.erna- / , B. Franclonl, state agent in charg~ ~ bleed of many Lo~la~a herds have tlonal honors, will be among the com~ [ i pig club work, will have charge of the come from hogs s~d at t3aO F~P, petltor~ in this aensatlonal garme, j clubs exhibit, wh~e aglen41d opportmalt~u ar~ ~l. • These various act~, with" t]Zo bilia! For further Information write to W. ways afforded to buTers and ~art changed at intervals, will bettpresent, l R. Hirsch~ secretary-manager, Sh~v~- of ~ine stock, ed'in the H/ppcdrome fr0n~t't~g the port, La. . • The premtUma tkts Y~mr are m~r~ , , attractive than ever l~ffore, dun ts liberal incrsaee In the lPremlum men, Special rates on all rallroads, ~fy. They .total nearly $8,~0. Mode| roads lead to Louisiana State For further tnformat/on write to W, Fair. Free l~arking space. It's your R. "Hirsch, seerstary-mam~ger, ShreV@ tl~l~t ~t ~lil.! ~n~.J~ f ttl~ s~a~9 ~ fair. so be there. Bigger and better, port, I~.. j "7'~111 / + } + J D