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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Augustine Tribune — 16 May 1913

t • c VOLUME 5. NO. 10. COMMISSIONERS CORT Ceonly Lefiihtive Body in Scssmb This Week. M SAN AUGUSTINE. TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 16, 1913. SUBSCRIPTION PER YÍAR, $1.00 and $1.5® e guiar The commissioners coi; has been holding its regula May term this week with unty Judge Polk and and C<mis- , sioners Richey, Price. Rjbuck .«^¿nd Marshall present ajeach session. Many routine vtters have been disposed of, ri pe- * titions granted, accounts low- ed, tax collector's book! tone over and school matters at ided to. Delinquent tax matt< will continue for another year y. be handled by Minton and jton who have been quite sue sful in their work of this cli for both the county and the <. The most important act of the week was the appoint tof County Surveyor Jas. ¿ Mc- Laurin as Road Superim lent under the special road 1 in- troduced by Representa T. L. Poster in the last ses i of the state legislature. I sal- ary was fixed at $120 per year and his resignation a >un- ty surveyor was presen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Augustine Tribune — 16 May 1913

o o FOUR AMEND! UP TOfOTERS. TOU6 fli PASS# BirdTAWt KATTUS AT itllS *T 1 . Austin, Tex., May important amendmei constitution, submitU J, — Four to the by the legislature at its repulí ■ session, are to be voted on Julj 19, pub- lication of which is n w being made in the various counties of the state. The first one seeks amend article 16 of the constifition by ment, therefore, is to enable the governor to meet emergencies when they arise and not have to wait until the legislature meets to create a new court when, in truth and in fact, one is needed; when temporary, and that is intended to be afforded by the proposed amendment. GOOD KOAD AND WAREHOUSES Two amendment- are proposed to section 52 of article 3, the first of which is to provide for the is- suance of bonds by a majority vote for the construction and maintenance and operation of macadamized, graveled or paved roads and turnpikes, or in aid adding thereto section fe, which ' thereof, and for the construction will authorize t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Augustine Tribune — 16 May 1913

o I J o Citation by Publicatwi The State of T>xas- Erastus Hill, No. vs. Unknown H*irs of Njllams Humphreys et al. Suit pend'ng in the 'strict court of S*n Augustine (junty, Texas. To the Sheriff or any on eta- ble of San A.ugu8tine, lunty, Greetings: In the above enMtif and numbered cause, youareiereby commanded to s irruron ta fol- lowing named persons d -- iendantsin said cause. t'Wit: The unkrown heirs of ¡litara Humphrey, deceased alsoie un- known heirs? of Patsey AnOeB^r ry,deceased,and Patsey M l>e- Serry, also "the unknowiheiw ' of W. H. West and SuSatWes', deceased, and VV. H. Wt and Susan West, also the umown heirs of Louisa Williaj, de- ceased, and Louisa Wlams, aleo the unknown heirs oames Strickland deceased, andames Strickland, also the unown heirs of David Strickla; de- ceased, anp David Stri<a'id, the defendants aforesaid, described as ícII jws: are West, decease ', and James hi* damage One Tnouaand Dol* Wear, aleo t'i" unknown h -i"f larp. Thomas West. dec*...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Augustine Tribune — 16 May 1913

6" o SAN AUGUSTINE ItlBÜNE i>. S. HARRISON, fv i«r ni SUVSCKUT10X K • Or* le«r, Six Montr , (ntered aasecond-da-s riiatt ]90i<, at th<* post office lit > tine, Texas, under the Ac 8, 1879. "j BLISHKl) F.VERV F Lipri«tíjf. #1.0' M " rch r>, TI AUÍ'IIH- iÍ Mure i IMY. Another road work ng ex- periment will now tried out in San Augustine ounty. It would be very áif'resh- iner if tte Sabine jcount\ newspaper men woull have their scraps out in thJwood> gome where instead of on paper. -—t It is still rather early foi political dope but we havt heard of some probabde can- didates for Cong~esi from iiead the >)ro;> >;-ed amend- ments to the .state constitu- tion in this issue and becvjme informed as to what you ere voting for or against next July. They are all matters of importance and in our opinion, should receive your approval but you may think differently. The Texas Fress Associat- ion is in session this week at S n Antonio and vve regret our inability to atte...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Augustine Tribune — 16 May 1913

4.4.* + + + + + + + + * + * + + + , J. W. Per.ffield was a south ¡ Mrs. G. W. Slaughter visited i The Shriners Convention at J LOCAL AND PERSONALi,k°un(| Santa Fe passengers this ¡j. Bronson yesterday. i Dallas this week was a hummer Bailev M)) *} Ol Cliiíe-i« 5 utes after supper, the pictures in town Monday. are instructive and entertaining s Attend the Cozy picture '• «r,"10 tf. The pictures are the best.-f Mrs. W. R Thonvia will leave , . i this morning for Houston where • NV. M. Mullen of ..Til.is will visit her parents, Mr.' Mrs W. R. McMullen paid a prettv compliment to Mrs. Mc- Donald of San Augustine ard Mrs. Malonoy of Dallas when morning. t \V,'A. Bridaos was a business i J rom all accounts, i'hose who Drop in at the Cozy a few min v ■:'tor to Center tins week. wenr from San Augustine are What has become of the cxpected hüme tu day 0 to ior-|she entertained with a "42" *eet sprinkler9 row' pa'ty last Satu 'day afternoon in V J. Wood has h^en spending • week at Dallas. c , ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Augustine Tribune — 16 May 1913

© ttiscscacstu-ic.j ta oe i-> ro£lG C;D0Cv •V' • «gao o M C R. TOLIVAR Wholesale and Retail Liquor Dealer P. O. DRAWER 829 PHONES: New 959. Old 399 Beaumont, Texas I Handle the Best as Well as the Cheapest A few of my prices. Write for a complete list. Case Goods Blends Tkret Feather*. ptr 4 quarts Rack $4hit* Scotch, per 4 quart . OM Bnstimilk Irttt. per 4 quarts... Graanymcde 74, 4 qua Is Haasvcr Rye, per < quarts lalcilh Springs, per 4 quarts Old uratofa, per 4 quarts Red Tap, per 4 quarts. I. W. Harper, per 4 quarts C. R. T. Best Rye, per 4 quits— Jefferson Club, per 4 quarts Uwer Wood Chief, per 4 quarts... Echa, per 4 quarts M«u|raa, per 4 quarts Three Bells, per 4 quarts H.M 7.00 7.M S .00 5.00 5.00 S.00 S «0 S.00 4.00 S.00 3.00 2. SO 2 SO 2.S0 Case Goods Bottled in Bond ' Id Crew S's, per 4 quarts Hill A Hill, per 4 quarts OtdStock, per 4 quarts G. R. Sharpe, 4 auarts BARREL GOODS Plaim an KiMtuky fchbkty, lit lit jiirs i Id,fir filio. Hill «Hill, per AailM I.W. Karpe ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Augustine Tribune — 16 May 1913

There is land-hunger # the paople, but ths too much expressed in de¿o own acres. Small is produce large cropi wheh- aged with intelligence, a'or the man who knows howise his soils a few acres are t,'h ■ When farms are small mors live near each other, r< are better, schols and dies prosper an 1 the people Hap- pier live*. The large is not a blessing to the try. —Farm and Ranch. The man who know s his bu.si* ¡ ness has many advantages jw. jone who doei no' know it bu let no man imagine that h. ! knows so much that he nee i n■ ? I learn anything more. Ever; thing U changing, and to us- the words of ^resident Wilson Nothing is done in the wav i | was done 2> years ago" Ney< thing are being done, an'I ol things are done in new way ! 'he laggard in farming mus i lose -Farm and Ranch. '-'.i V > fí. Coiln't Walk! "I used to KHibled with a weakness peculiar to women," writes Anna Jones, of Kenny, 111. "For nearly a year, 1 c not walk, without holding my sides. 1 tried several dif...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Augustine Tribune — 16 May 1913

To The People of Texzs. Regents C arence Oysley, F. W. Burges, F. \V. Cook, G. W. Littlefield, Alex Banger, -W. H. Stark and Joseph D. Sayers have issued an address to the the people of Texas, which reads in part: "By a vote of 113 to 2 the House of Representatives passed Senate Joint Resolution No. 18. submitting a constitutional amendment authorizing the Lee- islature to issue bonds, approved by the Governor for the purpose of purchasing additional ground and erecting necessary build- ings for ótate institutions, in- cluding the University of Texas. The Senate passed the same resolution py a vote of 28 to 0. According to a further provision of the amendment, the income from the permanent University endowment shall be available for the payment of interest on the bonds issued for the improve- ment of the Uuiversity and for the creation of a sinking fund for their redemption at maturity. The adoption by the people of this amendment is of so much moment to the University of Texas, and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Augustine Tribune — 23 May 1913

Vi SAN AUGUSTINE *r I VOLUME 5. NO. 11. SAN AUGUSTINE. TEXAS, FRIDAY. MAY 23, 1913. SUBSCRIPTION PER YEAR, $1.00 and $1.56 COMMISSIONERS COURT, MAY TERM, 1913. Treasurer's Quarterly Report Form February Term 1913 to May Term, San Augustine County, Texas. To the Honorable Board of County CommiMioners: _ I, G. W. Slaughter, County Treaaur«r of San Augustine county, TexaB. hereby submit for your approval, my rep rt of Receipts and Expenditures of all money# coming* into my hands to the credit of the funds named below since¡ my list report, which was rendered to you at. the February term ofyour Court, and I attach hereto the proper vouchers; tlso a statement of the debts due to and from the County. JURY FUÍ4D, tot Class Balance - To amount rece/ved duriag quarter .. - To amount transfarred from other Funds (Estray) 11.25 By amount paid out during quarter, Exhibit A ------- By 11-2 per cent commission on smount received *399.66 I - • r ▲ s : ah# 9.17 T7 bj m 1-6 per wnv cviuimwivis was -...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Augustine Tribune — 23 May 1913

r9 ]r I \ «t . v . IK*. Texal Industrial Notes. Waco—Definite information j has been received here that sites for locks and dams Nos- 3 6 have been secured in the; Brazos River near Marlin. '! his action means a prompt Ufcin-j ning of actual construction of these locks and dams and their speedy completion. Houston—Construction work on the Kress building of tiyht stories and the Mason building ten stcries on Main street has started. They will repre- sent an investment of $1,000. 000 when completed. Celina-Ground is being brok- en here for the construction of an all-home capítol $30,000 cot- tonseed oil mill- fifteen thousand dollars worth of brick business structuers have been •contracted for, three of which are now i:i the course of con- struction* Timpson—A petition is now being circuited in this precinct 'of 8helby County tequesting the commissioners to call an election for the purpose of voting upon a good roads bond issue of $287,- €00. The petition is receiving liberal endorsem...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Augustine Tribune — 23 May 1913

© o I Citaíronby PubT:catror. The StHie oí T*-xa«¡. Erastuw Hill, No. 1986a vt>. Unknown Wilhrns Humphrey et al. it pf nd5rff in tli** District rourt of Augu*tinw County, Texas. To the Sheriff or any Consta- ble of San A.'iirustine, bounty, Greetings: In the above entitled «nd numhere 1 cause, yr>u are her l y commanded to s 'mrrori 'be fol- lowing named per-.ons as de- iendantsin said cnu-e. tn wit; Th« un kr own heirs of William Humphrey, de'>ra*ed «Is.o the un- known heirs of p.ttsey Ann iJeB-r ry,decentad,and PatseyAnn De- Herry, also the unknown heir* of W. H. West an i ^us^n \Ves\ deceased, and \7. H. West and Susan W st. also the unknown heirs of Louisa Willhms, de- ceased, and Louisa Wi liams, also the unknown heirs of James Strickland de:eased, and James SuiiiklaiuJ. also the unknown heir- o; Diviü Shriek I '-I'l, de- cease.!, a ip D.iv'1 d •ieicla d, a'u-'o t..e u.iknown heir-of Laura. W'i'liams, and Laura Williams, also the unkn -wn heir. oi LauraE Innerarity, (l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Augustine Tribune — 23 May 1913

0 f#* üsí rife SAN AUGUSTINE TRIBUNE D. S. HAKKLSON, E.iit-r *ni Hropr ■ • <r subscription uvr::.-- One xear, .... Six Ifofitrw. ill. ' Cntcred aa second-class matter M .. 1SW9, it thf P'iSt office at San tine, Texap, under th^ Act ot March 8, 187V. ÍAalh ci Miss Ra.;kia. The death of Miss Frances >!. Rc.r.kin occurred earh \V* une .!.iy m -rning after ar. illness of several months, ac tie a-i vi need age of 7S years. Funeral serices were Mil yesterdav afternoon at 3 p. m. c •ndu'j'ed by Rev. D. A. McRae and the re- nam? of the venerable lady ' , " , . 7sj were interred at the city The road subject is a.liain|eem€ten. bv i^ing friends. up for discus?ijn any it ;s| In ien?th of residence Miss certainly being discus.:Rarkin was San Augustine's | o'dest inhabitant bavins: Mayor Blount is to be i veri cor.tinously at the t congratulated np)n the &\Az jota cío- since 1S37 way he is handling city mat- Vivien as a gmah child she ters. Keep your eyes on u-.me here with her parents...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Augustine Tribune — 23 May 1913

4 ^4 + + •!• + + + + <• •!• + •{• + +*5' ♦ ♦ i LOCAL AND PERSONAL. ❖ + •5* '!• Miss Lucile Weeks of Chireno John Lynch is in Port Arthur is visiting is the city this week, on business. ..^t j. j. j • j. j-ju • . . í : the «uest of Miss Laura Phillips. TT T1 , , tt + + + + ■ • + + •$• + + + + v + + + v v v *5 Homer B and oí Houston was Mr?. Wm. McDonald enter-' San Augustine Drug Co. is in town this week on business, tgineda number of the yov.ng!headquarters for Uv-Ver-La,. Q payn# ret(lrnc., v<JMer. people last Monday nig.it with a> Send n. your new. items to it,. (!ay from R busines3 trip t0 ^al. Tribune office and it will be hj- véston. predated, | J he l'ribune is l ite this week Miss < arri" Millar lett last ()p account of publishing the Saturday í( r Hallas for a several Treasurer! report. weeks visit with relatives. j Use our fly chasar to keep flies Drop in at the Coxy a few min yourstock. Itdoes the work, utes after supper, the pictures Stripling & Buyows. ar...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Augustine Tribune — 23 May 1913

«tetfft íy i I l ymcktiK. C. R. TOIiVAR Wholesale and Retail liquor Dealer kfiOH — te it>ni t ruction. maintenance anuí opera t Inn of public wnrt'houiM «ir In aid thereof S> r 2. Tlii- foregoing amendment to Sections 40 ami of Article 3 of the <'oitetItntIon of Texas shall he submit ted In the «nullified electors of this State fur adoption nr rejection at a spe- eiiil election In rel>v ordered for the third Saturday In .1111 v, 1H13, the samo being the nineteenth d v of said month. cr>"'" i nU"ii h'kI u iikII fleo t ion nf t'i< ; All voter# on Ibis proponed amendment till!*' of tli* '!tsint courts. and t'ti' it said election who favor its adoption times <if holillMK court i shult have printed or written on their l"Ie It r solvrd hv tlie legislature «'( , ballots the following: I the S'ate of T*vas ' Por amendment to Sections and r.2 See;ii ri 1 Thai Section 7. Article f* ' of Article .t of tlic Constitution. niitlior- hc .i|i'< ;id*d *o as to hereafter fend ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Augustine Tribune — 23 May 1913

4- ANDREWTS' FINI.; LIQV'ORS 12 YmmMw Mail Or lor In, „b„.s „„ , p„itio„ to k:iow the best liquors lor p<>r.< >nal and family u.-u*. Andrew ' Liquors .re Guaranteed. Reference ar;, xpr«, com,,any, cr the Commercial Germania Trust and Savings Bunk, New Orleans. Prices quoted are but a ft-w fro: , . Ur illustrate' price list. Writ.' for c' alSOM°r ?-Ur PJu" Wh 'r°0y -VOJ can obtain " MarU Cro.. Safety Kaz r Free. Mention this paper. i-.az r We Prepay Express Charges on 4 Quarts or Ov Springtide Rye KM) Proof Straight Kentucky W hist- oid Hopeweil.. Sunny jirook—our own bottling 4 full Quarl -$3.(10 - x.oo 4.00 4.00 Monarch Buchu Gin . 4'oQ I. W. Harper Murray Hill Club Green River. ... _ Sunny Brook—bottled in bcud.. n.oo 5.00 5.00 5.00 6 Full Quarts $1.25 4.25 5.75 5.75 5.75 7.50 7 50 7.50 7.50 er I S Full 01?. $5.50 5.5(1 7.50 7.50 7.50 9.00 9.1.0 9.00 9.00 •J. ANDREWS LIOUOU CO. ltd- P 0 BOX 191 NEW ORLEANS L. A OLDEST MAIL CARDER HOI SE IN NEW ORLEANS i t"- S 0 M;serio...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Augustine Tribune — 23 May 1913

0 v.. County Treasurer's Quarterly Report. Continued from pa^e five Harmon Williams Allen Nash 305 Rose Lbr. Cu. 396 Berryman Lbr. Co. 361 J. W. Richey 399 Hersing 400 J. F. Wyatt 402 W. W. Johnson 403 Smith-Willams ft Co 404 T. W. Blount 405 J. R* McDonald 406 C. B. Buley 410 B. A. Phelps 411 C. A. Force Matt Love W. A. Force Bob Zigler Caskel M Frank Book AlBert Swan W. A- Flores 4 I • 4 44 «4 44 «4 • • 19 If 99 99 99 99 99 ft 9 • • 44 44 •4 15 44 44 44 21 • 4 • 4 99 99 22 99 99 25 •1 15 21 22 44 • 4 4 4 4 lbr. for bridge 44 «4 <4 4« 99 inspecting roads viewing roads 9 9 • 4 99 " feed for road team " feed stuff " sal- and road supt. " lbr. for bridge " viewing road < 24* 44 4* 44 4« 44 #9 44 44 George Garrett J. W. Brown Pratt Hines Matt Love Carl Mackecbney J. W. Brown W A Flores 445 J. R. McDonald 413 Mrs. Dick H*ad 294 W, T. Ponder 444 M. T. Davis April 421 J. R. Zigler May 422 L. and H. Butler May 428 C. B. Byley May 424 F L Marshall May 427 Stripling Ml B. Mar 430 F W T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Augustine Tribune — 6 June 1913

*:> r" • ■ I -f, I I 1/ U- * ■ « VOLUME 5. NO. 13. SAN AUGUSTINE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 6, 1913. SUBSCRIPTION PER YEAR, $1.00 and $1.5® SAN AUGUSTINE COMING ALIVE Bond Issue for Good Ruds Being' Agita- te]—People Showing Creal Interest. For some time there has been discussed the subject of a bond issue for good roads in the San Augustine pre- cinct. The question is an, made and w uuld not return to th" News, i £ aoropos, and well worth considering: The counties in Texas that are making the greatest progress, 1 where farmers are better conten- ted, live in better humes, drive ■ better teams, ride in better ve- hicles; arj giving their children 1 better educations, and are taking; lile the easiest are the counties 5AB1NE LAWYERS EM- PLOYED BY COUNTY Instructed to Push Stilltmen's w'lh Uffi<ers S;úd tobe in Arreas with County Rushing, I. L. Miller. J. W. I'or- Fine Midicinal Water. cher. G. P. Rawls, R. C. 1 'owns, . ni J. O. Perry, Ray Thomson. < arl Mayor Umar Blount has re- H...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Augustine Tribune — 6 June 1913

DEVELOPMENT ¡N EAST TEXAS bales of cotton when' received ! Hwutea Fin Sec*" Contract to j by the ocean carrier. Any bales Supervise Road Building in Navarro. It Stdiae Men Bitter M aaü¡¡« I* ^'¡vered in other than apparent «« jcaiv* v« • orcj.-?r an(j con(jjtjon will bo Hook Seeker. The Texas Industrial Congress signed for accordingly. i he followingclauses descript- ive of bales of cotton will be at Dallas is offering cash prizes | used in bills of Laiin : to the amount of 110,000 in *old 1- Not tho ouehly covered the best yields of specific trops, cost of production consid ♦red. A bulletin just issued Irom the headquarters shows ttoat there are 11,000 contestants ' 215 counties this year for the •various prizes, seventeen ot the contestants being 2 Covering insufficient to re- tain marks. 3. More or less wet. 4. More or less stained o. More or less soiled. The STANDARD size bale of 27x54 inches is the bases of the ¡n"Angelina ! freight engagement with ocean A new departure in the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Augustine Tribune — 6 June 1913

- - ,-f"í * ' v>. Citationby Publication. The State of Texas. Erastus Hill, No. 1986a ve. Unknown Heirs of Willame Humphreys et al. Suit pend'ntr in the District! fourt cf S^n Augu&tine County, ! Texas. ' inafter drs^ribed, located and I situated in San Augustine Coun- I ty, Texan by virtue of dupM-me Unhealed balance N1'. | Class l t. Issued by Jaeib Keuchler Orotrfiaioner of the General Lund Off c« of Texas on the Int. day of Mnrch 1873, th* Deber y, qui; claim deed. 7. Pttit-y Amu Deberry con- veyance to L- u:a Rintii, but v'.hicb ccriveyance i« now hint «nd proof of which w.JI be made upon the trial together with execution, existence, and con- tents. 8. fi-tat* of Patsy A'm Dt- To the Sheriff or any Consta- <rr ^ ''.'u a l,Hrl ?! '*lw ]X ■ bl. of San A'iffuetine, cmnty, ¡ 0a'ed ot "!"*i «"«' <"•".! «ry by a.lmlnis'.-Htor to Laura Greetings: I holding the the H.nib ;n fee sim- ! pie, and that on the day and In the above entitled and yeir)tt,.t ,.foreSM¡(l the deftfml...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Augustine Tribune — 6 June 1913

í > J *9 j| 1 * SAN AUGUSTINE TRIBUNE t). 8. HAKRISON, Kdit r and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RVTES: •hie tear, .... Six Montns, .... *1.<« .50 Metered as aecond-ilass rnutter March Ii 09, at the post office at San Augus- tine, Texap, urvler th<* Act of March \ 1879. r JBLISHED F.VERY FRIDAY. Two teasspoonsful in a class of milk might well be termed a drirkless drink. Had his voting friends fceen as loyal as his doctors the terrible Teddy miglu' still have access to the mint bed. somehow, iie stiil has a fr in his ointment and he hai- trouble in kee ing his boon, on stright. The one Great Political Manipulator is withholding his blessing. The general peace policy of t^e managing editor ' is our excuse for not alluding to three of the most inter- esting freaks that ever broke into a newspaper busi- ness in one county at the same time. However, we know "where thev are at," and we are watching them vvith intense interest. irSSUfc.- summer p*. evident Wilson had wel! be getting hi...

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