Nameless Towns

Author: Thad Sitton
Publisher: University of Texas Press
ISBN: 0292777809
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Major entertainments sometimes appeared on the commissary porches on
Saturdays, including style shows that were staged by the lady in charge of the
women's-wear department and featured not only belles of the town modeling “
hats, dresses, and other accessories” but also the ever-popular Buster Brown
and his wonder dog, Tige." As Pate Warner recalled, this representative of the
Brown Shoe Company of St. Louis, which made only children's shoes, “Was a
little midget feller.

Mixed Harvest

Author: Hal S. Barron
Publisher: Univ of North Carolina Press
ISBN: 9780807846599
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By 1916, newspapers throughout the upper Midwest and West began running a
series of anti-mail-order cartoons featuring Buster Brown and his dog, Tige,
drawn by the creator of the famous character and one of the originators of
newspaper comics, R. F. Outcault. Buster ... Anti-mail-order efforts reached a
nadir of sorts when local papers and merchants offered rewards to residents who
turned in their mail-order catalogues and then staged a public burning of them in
the town square.


Author: Rosanne E. Putnam
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
ISBN: 9780738575186
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The town was chartered in 1761. The pine trees reflect the Vermont state seal. (
Springfield Town Office.) ON THE COVER: This is a Buster Brown Shoe
promotion at the C.H. Moore Store that was located on the south end of the
Woolson Block. C.H. Moore was in business from 1901 to 1925, but the Buster
Brown character lived on and made it to television. Buster's catchphrase was, “Hi,
I'm Buster Brown, I live in a shoe. This is my dog Tye, he lives there too.” (
Springfield Town Library.) ...

I M Just Dead I M Not Gone

Author: Jim Dickinson
Publisher: Univ. Press of Mississippi
ISBN: 1496811208
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Over the tinkling background, Froggy the Gremlin would sing, “Every time I go to
town, the boys start kicking my dog around. ... I'm Buster Brown. Look for me in
there, too.” Next came Captain Midnight, the most artistic and futuristic super hero
. He lived in an observatory overlooking the city, and flew a rocket plane armed
with high-caliber machine guns. At the end of ... Gene Autry, “the Singing Cowboy
,” was best of all, featuring cowboy music and comic book–style adventure stories

The A To Z Of Old Time Radio

Author: Robert C. Reinehr
Publisher: Scarecrow Press
ISBN: 1461672074
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Buster Brown was a little boy who lived in a shoe with his dog Tige; they were the
trademark of Buster Brown Shoes. Smilin' Ed was an ex-vaudeville performer
who sang Silly Songs, carried on imaginary dialogues with a cast of imaginary
characters, and told adventure stories that were dramatized with music and
sound effects. One of the best-remembered characters was Froggy, who spoke
with a croaking voice and was ordinarily invisible, although he could plunk his “
magic ...

Boys Life

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Exciting true-to-life adventures \Thoroughbred Mutt of famous men and women /r
~ t- a* *> o^\ (Continued from page 21) said cordially. "We'll put your dogs up.
And we're mighty happy to have company for Christmas dinner. I'm Lance
Crawford, this is .... Ask for Buster Brown by name BUSTER BROWN OFFICIAL
BOY SCOUT SHOFS A Pr Brown Shoe Company, Manufacturers, St. Louis Tune
in to Smilin' Ed McConnell and his Buster Brown Gang on TV or Radio- Saturday

New York Magazine

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Also brought out of retirement was Farfel, the laconic, floppy-eared puppet that
served as Nestle's spokesdog from 1956 through 1966, crooning "N-E-S-T- L-E-S
, Nestle's makes the very best." In November 1981, for one season, Farfel was re-
enlisted, not to drawl "choc-late," but to pitch cocoa. Scotties have adorned the
Black and White scotch bottle since 1904, the same year that Boston terrier Tige
first appeared alongside Buster Brown for the Brown Shoe Company. Mack
trucks ...

Simon Schuster Super Crossword Book 9

Author: Eugene T. Maleska
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 0684829649
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ACROSS 1 The Treasure of Sierra Madre 5 Rooms in "Spartacus" 10 Kind of day
at Black Rock 13 Unattached male 17 Vehicle for 78 Down 18 Soldier in ' 'Grand
Illusion" 19 Support for Tarzan's home 20 Church feature 21 Best Actor: 1941, ...
no pain 6 Restaurateur Shor 7 Namesakes of actor Torn 8 Land on which
Hunchback's Notre Dame stands 9 Lepidoptera chrysalis 10 ' ' Town," Gable/
Tracy film 1 1 Actors Robert and Alan 12 Moines 13 Flowering shrub 14 Buster
Brown's dog ...

Buster Keaton

Author: Marion Meade
Publisher: Open Road Media
ISBN: 1497602319
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Five years later, Hearst cartoonist Richard Felton Outcault created a comic strip
about a blond boy named Buster Brown and his faithful talking dog, Tige. In each
strip mischievous Buster Brown gets into trouble and receives the punishment he
deserves. The cartoon Buster, dressed in a sailor hat and foppish ... That summer
they got work with a stock company at Forest Park outside of Pittsburg, Kansas, a
twentyyearold mining town. When the season ended, Joe took off with the J.T.R. ...

I Love You More Than My Dog

Author: Jeanne Bliss
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 9781101148792
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Five Decisions That Drive Extreme Customer Loyalty in Good Times and Bad
Jeanne Bliss ... When these young mothers sometimes found themselves short
on cash to pay for the shoes, the merchant said, without hesitation, “Take the
shoes home and bring back the rest when you're back in town. Get those shoes
on your little one's feet.” Alone in his ... My dad, selling those Buster Brown shoes,
was the first one who taught me the importance of being real. Every pair of shoes
he sold ...