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January 2000 Vol. XXIX No. 4
 
CALENDAR
 
Saturday, January 8, 2000 @ noon
Lincoln Highway Association meets at the
Lincoln Highway Garage, Livermore
(see below for more details)
 
Thursday, January 13 @ 7: 00 p.m.
LHG Meeting, Carnegie Bldg.

LHG calendars are here and available at the Carnegie Library. Titled "Livermore-Past, Present and Future", cost is $9.50 which includes tax. These calendars make great gifts for the new year. Shipping will be $1.75. For additional information call: 449-9927
 
HERITAGE GUILD HAPPENINGS
On Saturday, January 8, 2000, at noon, the California Chapter of The Lincoln Highway Association will hold its quarterly meeting at the Heritage Guild's Lincoln Highway Garage. Gary Drummond will speak on the history of our Garage and the Altamont Garage which is also on the Lincoln Highway. The LHA hopes to have a speaker as well. Guild members are encouraged to attend and the public is invited also. If you have. an old car, bring it along.
 
Through January 9th the contents of the Millennium Time Capsule will be on display at Carnegie Bldg. It is scheduled to be buried January 14th. Don't forget to sign the LHG calendar that will be included in the Time Capsule.

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Excerpted from Livermore Herald August 31, 1912

Kit Carson's Wild West Show Coming to Livermore

A rare treat is offered to Livermore people on Sunday, September 9"', when the world famous Kit Carson's Buffalo Ranch Wild West shows will exhibit here afternoon and night. This is the one Wild West show whose phenomenal success during the past fourteen years is well deserved. Not only do they present all they advertise but much more, and after each performance every patron leaves the grounds a well-satisfied person. Coming as they do in their own special train of double-length cars, they are well equipped to carry everything needed to make their attraction rank as the world's foremost amusement enterprise. Unexcelled are their frontier features. Their cowboys and girls are culled from the very best riders and ropers of all the ranches in America. The Cossacks were imported from Russia after being selected from the Czar's

finest cavalry and are without doubt the most expert horsemen in the universe. Mexican Rurales direct from the army of Mexico add to the artistic display of fancy riding. Perhaps never again will you have the chance to see so many famous old Indian chiefs and warriors. Nearly every tribe of the noble red man is well represented in the collection of braves, squaws and papooses comprising the savage element of this, the most exemplary institution for amusement in existence.

But two performances will be given so make all arrangements in advance, be on hand and see their two-mile pageant of glittering gold and silver. Hurry to the show grounds and be among the first to gain admission, thus securing the most desirable seats, settle back comfortably and have two hours of the most excitable and agreeable entertainment ever offered the American people.

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