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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 14 September 1905

W- '£}, W m If' — SUPPLEMENT TO THE STICKER. THURSDAY, SBPT. 14, 1905. m Aftvice to those about to butt in: Don't. ' RUSSIANS GLAD. THEY DRANK TO HEALTH OF THE PRESIDENT, HOT YET FULLY INFORMED. The Japs took one look at Secretary raft's physical proportions and order- ed Whale for dinner. Possibly the man w^o sent mobs to the New York capitalists is merely another kind of reformer. / The Negotiations Received No Official Recognition in Field Prior to Their Conclusion. "Treat children like plants," says che Washington Post. That's right— straighten 'em with a stick. Are we to understand that the pro- fessors have landed on the solar plex- us of the nebular hypothesis? If the Taggart's have to quit the termy there will be nothing left for them but to enter NeW York society. Russia's new legislative body is re- ferred to by the czar as a gosudar- stvennaia douma. Oh, but he must be mad! It is significant that no person has succeeded in stealing John D. Rock- efeller's socks while he i...

Publication Title: Schulenburg Sticker, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 14 September 1905

?;iSfesr£;i. $pf£ ggflV F. S. DAVIDSON. w PI THE [mi SYSTEM. saw-" M ■?. § Pfe F. S. Davidson. Ex-Lieut. U. S. Army. Washington. D. C., care U. S. Pension Office, writes: "To my mind there is no remedy I for catarrh comparable to Peruna. 1 It not only strikes at the root of tbq , malady, bat it tones and strengthens the system in a truly wonderful way. That has been Its history in my case. I cheerfully and unhesi- tatingly recommend it to those afflicted as I have been."—F. S. Davidson. If you do not derive prompt and satis- factory results from the tflse of Peruna, write at once to Dr. Hartman, giving a foil statement of your case, and he will be pleased to give you his valuable ad- vice gratis. Address Dr. S. B. Hartman, President 'of The Hartman Sanitarium, Colum- " Ohio. FEW CUTTING REMARKS . iof a awi«tocut. . cot easily, cat eleanly, i with every movement. " a Atkins Saw. Its blade Steel", recognized the the finest cruiclble i in ancient .or modem close-grained and i • sharp c...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 14 September 1905

Ta- mmm* m ;.:p H. HORNER. ip Hfe CLOSING OUT S A L E Of Summer Dress Goods and Slippers m ^rr-h HORNER'S H. QRAF General Merchandise Schulenburg, Texas. Wm' ■: ' Sf ri ■ £[;.;• g|Pj Cotton new per lb quiet... Cotton Seed per 100 lbs .... Corn... .— - 4MSKX3' RE POUT. The following is the market report as compil- ed by H. Horner, and chaneed weekly, accord- ing to the highest market prices paid. , CHANGED EVERY WEDNEDAY ..... 9 5-8 11.46 55 40 , 10 EtStter (cooking)..——: 7—12 Batter (table)-. — 15 Chickens (as to slze)spring 8c lb Roosters :.... * - - I® Turkeys per lb — 8"7 Bacon 8® Lard - 9c lb Cabbage _ - — Potatoes, per 100 lbs - 100 Onions per 100 lbs good..... 75 Butter Market:--Badly needed. Chix Declining. Eggs: Steady. Cotton: Strong fluctuation. Potatoes unless good unsalable. Bureau report 721-10 crop, caused heavy slump mm IB MMw &v- Fresh apples at Henry Meyer's Mr. Buerger of Seguin in the city. j4>«sh 8our kraut in kegs at R. A. Wolters.' Miss Hilma Horner is v...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 14 September 1905

flSilSfe! r ;* - ■ •, , w--r~ '; '"' C-V f A':\;vV " ^aPSse* Usst*' Iptft ?®st^sE". S? . v.* "'iW'-" YOU BUY FROM 5. T. Schaefer Will Please You as it is selected carefully & sold only at ttving profits. He also handles p wm , OAs, Yarnish, and Builder's HARDWARE HEARSE IN CONNECTION. MS?' RIDER AGENTS WANTED No' Monoy Required until you receive wad approve of your bicycle. We ship k> ^ anyone on m wlv Finest guaranteed mosmiad&ls J _ ^ with Coaster - Brakes and Punetureless Tires. f90 *«90*JlfCNfe Best Makes.. Any make or model you want at one-third usual price. Choice of any standard tires and beet equipment on all otfr bicycles. Strongest guarantee. We SfJVP 098 APPROVAL C. O. D. to any one vrithout a cent deposit and allow |Q DAYS FREE TRIAL efore purchase is binding. BOO SaoondHand Wheals *9 . tO taken in trade br our Chicago retail stores. Uy • all makes and models; eood as new BilV * bicycle until you have written for our FACTORY DUf Free Trlat $10 to $24 nd Punetu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 21 September 1905

v;-.:'V > . : ■- 0 tM >3 ?tela- 311111 ■ -•: • '" •' - i" - \ %i . . „ - ■ ^ . ,, •" W.V. * > * t'*i Tex*« UaiffMitjr AUSTIK ,y^\m JOB * PRINTING SSI : - {Raymond Winfree, {Publisher. {Plain Words Jire €uer the SSesi. One ^Dollar a 2/ear, .¥111 VOL. XII. SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY. TEXAS. THURSDAY. SEPT. 21. 1905. NO. 7. ML SB? m Jf-i #v^ ••' -V m. t p ; Iff SH If- L%, iR House Cellar; Corn Crib; Barn. F. T.—1. What kind of walla and floor would prevent water coming into a cellar 'in Iqw land? 2. What size should a corn crib be to hold 990 bush- els fat corn? How should it be built?. 3. Please publish a plan of a barn to hold four horses, five cattle and thirty sheep. 4. How deep should water pipes be put down so that they will not freeze up? 1. Use cement mortar for building stone walls and point up both inside and outside of the walls with the ce- ment mortar. 2. The corn crib would require to be 30 feet long, 6 feet wide and 8 feet high. It would be well to have the wid...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 21 September 1905

m&m Sticker. WIHFREE, Editor Mi MWw Mjg^ iUfeSCRIPTION, J i.oo PER ANNUM Entered at the Schulenburg postoffloe as eoond-olaas matter. The Sticker Invites the public to keep it * '_ J concerning the goings and comings of •mm t 1^^ fnnrn At V OtTO posted UUUUCIUIUB "<! 1"""" „„ the town. U you are leaving town or have friends visiting you or departing, drop us a li ne that, we may make note of It. But be sure to sign your name to it as an evidence of its genuineness. THURSDAY, SEPT. 21, 1905. JOSEPH W. BAILEY, For President 1908. The boll weevil is an anti-prohi- bitionist. It cannot stand anything dry and hot. 5V)9 lives were lost when Togo's flag-ship was sunk, Old Togo is shaking hands with himself be- cause be was not aboard, or he might have been the 600tb victim. Safe; A woman, the thirteenth child and born on the thirteenth day of the month recently died in Arkan- sas at the age of 105. Wow we migbt have known something would happen to her. Every body passing along main ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 21 September 1905

BHP Vf 'Q*'' aK®3f P sfe *' : * .Johnson The Barber. „THE.. CRAFTY MAN WJNS.OUT. Neat Way in Which He Dupftvs the "Angel of His Life." Mr. Smuthe reachcs home for din- ner and finds his wife in an "unusually taciturn mood. They go through the meal almost quietly; the only speech being from him. The evening progresses in the same fashion. At last he asks: "Aren't you feeling well to-night?" "Oh, yes," she tells him, coldly. "Then what -is wrong with you?" "You ought to know." "How should I know? Have I said or done anything to offend you?" "No; you haven't said anything o: done anything." "Then what on earth makes you act this way?" "I suppose you have forgotten what day this is?" "No. This is the 25th day of Aug- ust, 1905." "And it is my birthday, and you for- got that it was. and you never for- got it before, and you " "One moment, my dear. I did not forget that it was your birthday." She smiles through her tears, think- ing of diamond sunbursts and things like that. "'Oh, you dea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 21 September 1905

iHBrs? It® SUPPLEMENT TO THE STICKER. H THURSDAY, SEPT. 21, 1905. There are indications that it -will be a very cold winter on Sakhalin is- land. "A. camel can go seven days with- out a drink, but who wants to be a camel?" Whenever the "time is ripe for the great American play" you will hear something drop. Iiet us keep the straw hat with ua as krng as possible. It will be a long time till next summer. Barney Oldfleld ought to give up au- tomobile racing for awhile and try airships. They are safer. The man who is in the wrong is more zealous than careful in collect- ing proofs to sustain his position. A Pittsburg paper asks: "Do vaca- tions pay?" The summer resort ad* vertisements indicate that they do. A $60 bank clerk in Paris has robbed the bank of a million francs. Paris isn't Milwaukee, but it is up and coming. . An explicit contemporary notes that a boy has had "his head decapitated." That appears to settle the character of the injury. Costa Rica has had an election and, accor...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 21 September 1905

-ras«95HH v/'l fcpj| '7 • ^,' "\^V-; '" >;- . - -,V 1- - "-'V^# Tp^l-'-i ' L, , .■' v.,>i g:'c«: :v--.;-x, .. ^•?t X>: H. HORNER. ll|p IVY CLOSING OUT SALE r Of Summer I Dress Goods and Slippers HORNER'S ISSffl Bj m H fe- v H. GRAF, <^^8^DBALSB lH^m> General Merchandise Schulenbure, Texas. : J fv JHARRBV REPORT. The following is the market report as compli- ed,by H. Horner, and chaneed weekly, accord- ing to the highest market prices paid. . CHANGED EVERY WEDNEDAY Cotton, aew per lb quiet 9 11-16 " Seed per 100 lbs 50 sr (cooking) 7—12 >r (table) .> 15 ickeas (as to size) spring 8c lb Kjaters 15 rkeys per lb 6-7 8c 9c lb Potatoes. pertOOibs 100 Onions per 100 lbs good 75 Butter Market:—Badly needed. Chi* Declining. j Eggs: Steady. " Cotton: Steady. Potatoes unless good unsalable. Bureau report 721-10 crop, caused heavy slump I • ¥~- HP Fresh apples at Henry Meyer's. Mr. Geo. Lenert of LaGrange was in the city Tuesday last. Fresh soar kraat in kegs at R. A. Wolte...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 21 September 1905

•m 'mmm ■§|§lg| hh / — •>' 1&§fe£ 1 ■ YOU BUY FROM S. T. Schaefer 3 Baft! ife pii$i§' WgmB& K§j|^j ?" II Will Please You as it is selected carefully & sold only at living profits. He also handles Paints, Oils, Varnish, and Builder's HARDWARE. HEARSE IN CONNECTION. RIDER AGENTS WANTED Ho" Money Required until you receive and approve of your bicyole. SjSfra Ten Days Free Trial /BOS Wodols $10 to $24 with Coaster - Brakes and Punctureless Tires. $7 to $12 Any make or model you want at one-third usual price. Choice of any standard tires and best equipment on all our bicycles. Strongest guarantee. We SHIP ON APPROVAL C. O. D. to any one without a cent deposit and allow 10 DAYS FREE TRIAL before purchase is binding. BOO Second Hand Wheels *4 , &Q taken in trade by oar Chicago retail stores, fly IV |B|| " makes and models, food as new a bicycle us til you have written for our fmotuht PRJOES AMD FREE TRIAL OFFER. Tires. _ sporting goods of all kinds, at half regular price...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 28 September 1905

-■4"V; pill 1 l - V •' • Sm iS'S ;V r.v -'■-A-' *'■ • i % pij| feii lifi sBS |S®R 1 I E§P [ •l.THE #1 STICKER T«x*i Onlwillf AUSTIW JOS « PfSGNTING {Raymond Win free, ^Publisher. 5*laen Words Jire Svor the CSqsi. VOL. XII SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, THl RSDAY, SEPT. 28, 1905. One Dollar a 2/car. NO. 8. •;1PI : m <T- ■ijSi ■ ■ :■;) ALL OVER TEXAS. EVENTS FROM EVERYWHERE. R b ■ mWJ. Bill -■ >' Mill i ' *« Judge Stephens Reaves, an old citi- zen of Tyler, died at his home in that city last week. Fire has destroyed the Kurth-Weiner ^laundry at Lufkin, entailing a loss of several thousand dollars. Bryan has received to date 10,121 hales of cotton. None is being held here for a higher price. It is brought in as fast as picked. Over 7000 bales of cotton of this sea- son's crop have been marketed at Shiner. This place will ship about 11,000 bales this year. Frank J. Hyatt and wife, Elizabeth Hyatt, have been arrested at Houstflgpp ^charged with the murder of Ida Brown ■on Satu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 28 September 1905

received mz ^Ss Mi 5 Garland Stoves were award- ed First Prize at the Universal Exposition. Paris 1900. also at the Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 1901.' *****&Hfpi; • — - * • •r > /1 ft:* " 4 <-n -V •• Wmm v" <31 another CAR LOAD of GARLAND STOVES and RANGES. If you want a good stove get one that lias all the good in it. The name is O A R LAND They are High Grade Stoves at Low Prices.! here is no reason why you should accept a sieve said to be y'ust as good as a Scirlanct Jjhere are none y'ust as yood. life yive the very best Suarantee on Sar/and Stoves and Zfeanyes. FOR SALE BY Rhmani& Bro rt % The fact that more Garlands are made and sold each year than any other stove In exis- tence is proof that true merits are appreciated.. hy not buy the oriyinat; costs no more than ordinary stoves; lasts longer, takes less fuel and yives better Satisfaction Tjhese stoves are made and yuaranteed by the 7/fickiyan Stove Co., who are the laryest makers of stoves and ranyes i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 28 September 1905

tfl- \ ' w. l. Douglas *3= & *3= shoes® W. L. Douglas $4.00 cut Edge Line cannot bo equalled at any price. Established Jaly 6,1876 ♦1 n flfin BEWABD to MyoM who can e I UjUUU dltprove this statement. W. L. Doujhi $3.50 shoes have by their ex- Mtot4tyU, easy fitting, and eupertor wearing fMlitltt, achieved the largest sale of any $3.50 *kM ta the world. They are Juat as good as those that oast you $1.00 to $7.00—the only j to the price. If I could take you Into mj factory at Brockton, Mass., the largest In Mm world under one roof making men's fine 1 the car* with which every _ w yon the care with wnKb every _ F Douglas shoes is made, you would realize why W. L Douolas $3.50 shoes an the best shoes produced In the world. If I eould show you th difference between the made la my factory and those of other • would understand why Douglas j cost mora to make, why they hold shape, fit hotter, wear longer, and ere of | greater intrinsic value than any other $3.50 shoe on the market to-da...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 28 September 1905

-Ttz V. SUPPLEMENT TO - W r M. , THE STICKER. CARE OF THE BODY Ife THURSDAY, SEPT. 21, 1905. Tie dancing masters are trying to take one step forward by abolishing the "two-step." Prince Louis of Battenburg lias been visiting Niagara, but sold no lace while there. 3¥hat a relief it must be to China to know that there will be no more prize fighting in her backyard! | jt is said that the Gulf stream is gating near the United States Blterythlng is coming this way. China will have to wait only twelve years for a parliament, and what is a matter of twelve years to China? Apparently the women are agreea that a man should have nothing to do with a woman's hat except to pay for it. wm. About the time a man comes to be known as a Guiding Star for youth, he is exposed and then he is a Warning Signal. -T Jjfow that he has dined with Mrs. Potter Palmer King Edward's social standing cannot be questioned in the best society. That pew fashion of having a set of jewels for each costume is cot, aftei...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 28 September 1905

aBBSgflBl H. HORNER. CLOSING OUT SALE Dress Goods and Slippers HORNER'S - « ' The following is the market report as compil- ed by H. Horner, and ehaneed weekly, accord- ing to the highest market prices paid. every wedneday m ■■■EKBSU Remember The New Royal Sewing Machin- es when you want the best. E. Baumgarten & Bro. Mrs. Monroe Johnson and the Baby left Tuesday for Zapp where they will vi3it the former's mother, Mrs. G. Hemsohn. Cotton new per lb quiet 10 1-4 Cotton Seed per 100 lbs 50 Corn : 40 Eggs 11 Butter (cooking) 7—12 Butter (table) 1 . 16 Chickens (as to size) spring 10c lb Roosters — 15 Turkeys per lb — 6-7 Bacon 8c Lard 9c lb Jiollie Malula were tbe guests of Butter Market:—Badly needed. Finest pickles by the dozen or the keg also white Krout at Levey's Mr. Charlie Matula and Miss im £§& 5 iBMP* HIS Chix Needed. Sggs: Steady. Cotton: Steady. Potatoes unless good unsalable. Bureau report 721-10 crop, caused heavy slump Fresh apples at Henry Meyer's. Mr. Max Schwar...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 28 September 1905

IseSSSm JPSP - ^®§fl YOU BUY FROM lag ■" < — V' 5. T. Schaefer Will Please You as it is selected carefully & sold only at living profits. He also handles Paints, Oils, Varnish, and Builder's ^^HARDWARE. HEARSE IN CONNECTION.' * RIDER AGENTS WANTED No'Money Required and approve of your bicycle. Days Free TrSat £?&** « .i'tv. ■ \ ■ V MEASURES THAT ARE STANDARD Much Care Taken to Preserve Them Correctly. A gallon is exactly ten ponnds ol distilled water; so when housewives say "a pint's a pound the world around" they are mistaken. The iro perial standard yard, which is the same as our own, is the distance be tween two fine lines on a bar of bronze, measured at 62 degrees Fail renheit. The bar is kept mounted on eight rollers in a special steel safe in London. The standard pound is kept in a silver-gilt box contained in a bronze box, the top of which is secure ly screwed down and the whole placed in a special compartment of the same safe. The German metric system took the pla...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 5 October 1905

Wr-~i 1 r-TTTT!^ ■ | ' •' •> " '5 _ .?■ " \'7 - |$£' ' "••*' ' •' • T«*« Uclt r lty AUSTIK^ prY- - K: t | - - " ■: ■* '' ? 1 • JOB * PRINTING " . ■■'- •j Publisher. iPiain Words Jira Goer the ZBest. One 'Dollar a 3/ear. VOL. XII. SOHULENBURG.FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, 0€T. 5. 1905. NO. 9. ilP ONE PRICE; THE LOWEST. FOR CASH ONLY OUR Entire Stock of Fall Good having: arrived from New York, St. Louis and East- ern Markets, our store is now overflowing with New Goods. We are anxious that our Farmer Friends and out-of-town Patrons take advantage of our Low Prices. ~D mm ■ - S«S3® 11IIJIBI11 I f gr; i0 " *S1 •• ■ is "Mksi- ifek*2fer .4 % L A DIES' SHOES To appreciate what we have in this lino'you will have to call at our store. We )iavexso many nice siloes that we can't begin to tell about them all. Magnet good heavy wear 01 jr shoe ——.! g 11 Nuisic, tbe best shoe on #>| PA earth for the money Viivv May- Flower, all new ^A r ft styles Bluchers jl tp/iuU laker, the very beat l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 5 October 1905

/ Jpy* i w** PH Just received another GAR LOAD of GARLAND STOVES and RANGES. g If you want a pod stove get one that has all the pod in it. The name is LAND •They are High Grade Stoves at Low Prices. Garland Stoves were award- ed First Prize at the Universal Exposition, Paris 1900, also at the Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 1901. •v &Zs.{ , ilif The fact that more Garlands are made and sold each year than any other stove in exis- tence Is proof that true merits are appreciated. hy not buy the original,' coots no more than ordinary stoves, lasts longer, takes less fuel and gives better hero is no reason why you should aooept a stove said to be just as good as a Satisfaction Sarland Zthese stoves are made and guaranteed by the 77Jichigan Stove Co., who are the largest makers of stoves and ranges in the world* We give Sarland Zfhore are none just as good\ the very best Suarahtee Stoves and Ganges. V FOR SALE • pS® ||9| f'^iv iSi fc A -vaV J? FOR SALE A* I ■ ,-fa JLhc Sticker. KAT...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 5 October 1905

wmrnP y. * Z*"1 , , % WINCHESTER "NUBLACK" B LAO K POWDER SHELLS The " Nublack " is a grand good shell. It is good in construction, primed with a quick and sure primer, and carefully loaded with the best brands of powder and shot. It is a favorite among hunters and other users of black powder shells on account of its uniform shooting, evenness of pattern and strength to withstand reloading. ALL DEALERS SELL THEM PRICE, 25 Cts. THE OP mm ANTI-GRIPINE IS GVARANTEED TO CURE GRIP, BAD COLD, HEADACHE AND NEURALGIA. I won't Mil Antt-Srtplne to a dealer who won't Gnarante« It. Call lor your HOKIT BACK. I IT DON'T CUBE. JP. w. Xtiemer, M. M>., Manut aoturer, Springfield, Mo. 1 : m DalnSy, Crisp, Bressy ummer ar« a delight to the refined woman every where. In order to get this result see that the material is good, that it is cut in tho latest fashion and use Beauty a Matter of Personal Taste Only General Agreement Is That the Power to Attract Is Un- failing Evidence of Its Posses- sion. "...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 5 October 1905

,-J. WWl. SftaratV- -,r . ' r ■--■ SK lli^g| •NT TO STICKER. T THURSDAY, OCT. 5. 1905.- ! •- • ,' la certain parts of Russia you do / jnot need to scratch anybody to find a Tartar. BSresPg - >... At last one of the Britisli royal fam- ily has distinguished himself; it was 'by eating Jhn. Alice Hegan Rice of "Mrs. Wiggs" fame has started a bank. There's money in cabbages. w-5 / gift pi-' $? ' $ 1 J'- gr% v:.; . r !fe; w 0: The circus, it appears, has been ele- rated. Now let all available energy be concentrated on the theater. A man says the trusts have driven him to crime. Here is a hint to drunkards in need of a new excuse. % ' ' 1 Existence is a fight against the storms of trouble, and Cupid is the fellow who hands out the life preserv- Society, says a Philadelphia minis- ter, is going wild. It may have misun- derstood the appeal for a return to nature. The war incident cannot be consid- ered closed until Rujj'rd Kipling has written one of his stirring poems about it. When Magg...

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