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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 1 June 1899

i ■ ■, - I " I HE mmm V. No. 44, SCHULENBURd, FAYETTE COUNTY. TEX., Thursday, June i, 1899. * Subscription Price, $1.00. = rSchulenburg Situated half way 1 San Antonio and Houston, has 1200 inhabitants; plant; three good g and cotton-seed oil 1 schools; good Hotels and solid houses. It is the best and 1 town in Fayette county. This the official organ of the county. §g=S§ | j . - B : • >,4 • acre- into cane, etc. A Wholesome Sweet. in It is a well-known fact that the the consumption of sugar is in- creasing very rapidly. It is also known that sugar is not entirely ired wholesome when consumed to ex- cess. In some diseases it has been found necessary to forbid its use altogether. In such cases honey may be used with impunity. At a recent meeting of the barkeepers ted in Chicago one of the speak- 's said: "It's positively sinful our indif- e to honey—the most whole- d benefiicial food that ever r the pike. If we'd pay a attention to honey we'd ve to pay so much money [to doctors. Fo...

Publication Title: Sticker, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 1 June 1899

HPT ws WBK :• n PER ANNUM rg post- 3 matter SIS after be- Saturday. it will re to ccn- and that authorities prevent the I into ive con- .. of them in in the state. ►oettcher Bros. Co. ORGANDIES. Beautiful selection in figured and solid col- ors all grades. LAWNS. All styles and qualities to bt; had from to 12$ cents. FROM SWISS ALPS. Jti- lon. pa- 5cts For suits and ladies skirts. PIQUES AND DUCKS. TOWELS. Linen, heavy bleached and unbleached, Tur- kish bath towe^. RIBBONS, EMBROIDERIES, LACES. Boettcher Bros. Co. The Court House. The LaGrange Journal says that the court house over there is in a dilapidated and filthy condition, and makes it a little strong when it ays: "its interior would hardly be fit roosting place* for those who may have fallen." While the com- missioners for the past two terms have been inclined to be a little economical, and we think that the court house should be kept decent, but the editor of the Sticker vis- its the court house quite frequently, and has nev...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 1 June 1899

IIP iSPSIS mm wssm " - WmKm Examining Trial in Progress. :C Pll§: : am I|* yGr& urjJecxdeJ Ir) ifcjc naffer* ©j^ secisorjerlale dress ele= sijjrjs, Jr©u \a?i11 pr)d sorr)c fije l)®r)<is©rr)esf ir) ft)© issue ffye. ^lcSall J^et^ap aj" Basljiarjs NOWREAOYAT ^ HOmfiP. The McCall Monthly Magazine is out for May. Price only five cents. Beautiful colored plates. PATTERNS 10 AND 15 CENTS. NONE HIGHER. At Homers' 9 * as? ^gtefSw 5 lbs @30c ...... 38 E# Attorney Neal McKinnon has been attending district court at LaGrange this week. For family use the San Antonio bottle beer is the best, at A. tumann. Mr. J. 0. Boettcher of Weimar attended the ball at Senglemann's hall last Satarday night. ie New Osborne Roller Bear- Columbia Mower at, H. P. Schaefer, is worth your time to see. For RENT.—The dwelling next to Wm. 'Voelkel. Apply to EmiI Baumgarten. . Mr. John Blucher of Waelder attended the ball at Senglemann's hall Saturday night. Fit for a king: those Garciosa and Pre- mioa 5e cigars ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 1 June 1899

m - i fm . Gaines. J. Brow: . G. COURT. idson, J. N. LOERS. -H. Teiehmueller. L. Storey. B. Baker, on the 15th Mon- londay in January, after the first Monday itinue 8 weeks. " OFFICERS. Ehlinger. Faison. iw. nfcits home with- n Bool; of par sent f R5 :: WOttlUl . North I'r.ynr : .. Lyops .Lod<je, No. 195; AF&AM Stierling. IS. Meets on Saturday on or before tlie first full moon in each month. Tran- sient brethren are cordially invited to attend. „ R. S. Tanner, w. m. Fred. Ebeling, Secretary. WESTERN STAR LODGE, NO. 174. I. 0. 0 P. Meets regularly each Tuesday night. Transient brethren are cordially invited to visit us. M. C. Levey, N. G. N. L. McKinnon,'Secretary. County Gourt_ 00 ers court February, R. : meets Monday in rg. ' K. of H. Lodge, No." 1501. Meets on 1st and 3d Monday in edch month. Transient brethren in the city respectfully inyited. , I. J. Schwartz, Dictator. Fred! Ebeling, Secretary. Sunset Cairm No. 120. iM or- Meets every 2d and 4th Thursday in the month. Vi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 8 June 1899

inquiry species is - a was doing seri- pluras of his cor- advised as fol- iy is the appli- de emulsion, 1 thoroughly of lice are not al- >un< and of water add to this t chi it thickens like butter. This it if you will simply your turning the into the vessel in lg the emul- vou a stock so- of.the emul- use one gal- illons of wa- This be careful in diluting the stock in more water to mix it perfectly be- fore applying. "This same solution is the reme- dy for the melon and cucumber louse, and you will do well to ex- amine your plants carefully, and if you find a single louse, spray the whole melon patch, because it is only a question ot time until they will ruin your crop. Be careful to make your spray reach the under side, and unless the insecticide is forced under there it will do little gOod. A few hundred lice killed now means millions at the time time when you expect to harvest your crop, and you may be disap- pointed unless you take timely ac- tioi$L 'X-i * * a ' -" ■ "I sh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 8 June 1899

t $ * MS£S£01S lis ~-ii ' SSWfeS 'Vlaf v. X S9HMK V- * •>'-- <•-n ■ ■ -v- " L •- sf^5 >■'■*' ?-L;'-Z i vv^J ' - — , Jlioe 8th, 1899. '• -"l every Thursday by G0ETH, I, $1.00 PER ANNUM the Schulenburg post- al second-class matter C. Jones was elected 1, defeating Fly. Firemen's edition of the Herald was a fine issue,, redit upon the mana- , enterprising paper. —— HUprtfgj 10ns Jeffries are ktle of words, e booked to City on the 9th Inquirer volume, paper, al- 1 announce that and dis- rapidly the old style new venture try to to be proven. has ' or an cotton The Stickeb has on its subscrip- tion list almost every prominent farmer in the section in which it is published, and always tries to pub- lish news that will benefit them. Still there are a few that do not take it, but prefer th« two-bit fake journal published in Maine or some other northern state. They are the people who do not believe in spending their cash money with the merchant that sells them goods on time and waits...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 8 June 1899

* p. m, . ,10:32 4 in. m at H0RNER5' ©u <z[pe ur)<icciJe<J irj fiyz 1? 0^ s<L&so)T)Qx\d\(z elpess <zlc.= sigjijs, Jrou Will jlrjd s®ir)c 0^ ftje .1)01)Js®iT)esf ii) fl)0 I¥)«y issue ©| ^lcS&ll J^ct^ap 0^ Basl)l0r)s NOW READY AT ^ H©fneT\ The McCall Monthly Magazine is out for May. Price only five cents. Beautiful colored plates. PATTER/US 10 AND 15 CENTS. NONE HIGHER. At Homers' : "• ; 'r • % ' skly, ac- rket 5 JOc Jno. Lednicky - has opened a beer saloon in the Schaefer build- ing west of Cranz & Kessler. The City Beer will be on lap there. For RENT;—The dwelling next to Wm. Voeikel. Apply to Emil Baumgarten. * . I| Rev. E. D. Hamner preached very interesting and instruc- ons at the Baptist church day morning and night. For family use the San Antonio City bottle beer is the best, at A. Schumann. Messrs. RobeH A. Wolters and Aug. Grube visited LaGrange Sun- day. Mr. Wolters went from La- Grange to Sealy. L. Rice, the photographer, will only remain a few da...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 8 June 1899

Hi and Whiskey ' aftit? §.! cured at homo wift ? "4 out pain Bo>k of t«a - liculnrs-sent - R .> ' 3R *•« WOULLi . uuice, KM Nortli Hryt r. -m. h. G. Deem an. COURT. | 7. L. Davidson, J. ' OFFICERS. -H. "Eeichiruelkv. ey—J. L. Storey. B. Baker, the 15-th Mon- lday in January, the first e 8 weeks. ic : G. ntinue IS. on July three !§!§ ;rs court - in ✓yor>s Locloe, No. A.F&A M QUIT RAISING COTfON. Meets on Saturday on or before the first full moon in each month. Tran- sient brethren are cordially invited to attend. R. S. Tanner, w. m. Fred. Ebeling, Secretary. WESTERN STAR LODGE, NO. 174. I. 0. 0 F. Meets regularly each Tuesday night. Transient brethren are cordially invited to visit us. M. C. Levey, N. G. N. L. McKinnon, Secretary. K. of H. Lodge, No. 1501. Meets on 1st and 3d Monday in each month. Transient brethren in the city respectfully invited. T- J. Schwartz, Dictator. Fret>. Ebeling. Secretary. Sunset Carrro No. 120. eets every j&L and 4th Thursday in month...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 15 June 1899

V rV«.m m t ,t s 2g£SH §^§£8 Sail BpRMi fa. ■■ . - - z£&T\ -■- _ ?r. >Si:'-1." .1 .■t£ * A '.'*. ssfc ifll^S •'v -' ig &$&£!$h£gSi UlSS!!-' ■ - " 'V>-- II fe? ;■/ Jl1 Texas University " Ilfpsllgsi r "S-Se £V"' SCHULENBURG, FAYETTU COUNTY, TEX., Thursday, June 15, 1899. .- _VfcfSja^4 * 1 . Subscription Price, $1.00. • . ----- - " - rSchulenl Situated half way San Antonio and Houston, hj 1200 inhabitants; electric l!ttl plant; three good gins; and cotton-seed oil schools; good hotels and solid houses. It is the best and I town in Fayette county. This ] the official organ of the coi 'V1 '•'• ,'^L' Ao Appeal. le fol- 1 may Drown Them. Strongly Constr mted II sr. i done i in the J for if I or less- • -..jg lave the pa. Tivthe People of Fayette Co. My future welfare depends on the farmers of Fayette county as well as all other parties who do not raise cotton to meet their wants elieve I can see Ve are con- with a most uncertainty of future welfare; and that is, if boll w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 15 June 1899

Hj&^| I ■ — ■mi —- — by ANNUM - l-class matter Boll Weevil Again, Young Daem'el, living near High Hill, sent this office a hand full of cotton squares which he picked up under his cotton stalks, in each of which was to be found a boll wee- vil in the worm state. This proves beyond a doubt that a great many boll weevils can be killed if all the farmers will go to work and gather up the dead squares and destroy them. John Oltmanns left 24th day of May for a to New Orleans, his business and his return trip he found as caught in the yellow e. John didn't let. hair grow over a little zq that and quietly took while he told the New all about Schulen- future. He re- ,y morning hale and the Sticker man im- interviewed him as to the in New Orleans. Friend a little excited at first for mad to think that the would establish a ne before thoroughly the situation. The was that a young been suffering with a vomiting spell black substance, be to call it yellow ame Lauter- our A A Party. pleasant...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 15 June 1899

_ ■ ' '■ . - J :rY OFFICERS. 3, Mayor; Henry BHnn each IBN: ->. John Oltmanns, F. F. Schaefer, HI |§§ | « meets the first Tues- raonth. at 4 p. m Table E AT SCHULENBURG. BAST. Train 3:20 p m t Train 1:14 am WEST. 12:42 am Train./. 3:22 am M. K. * T. AT LA GRANGE, G. H. McLure, Agent. NORTH. ||f 4. Passenger—Daily 1:27 p. m, No. 6. Flyer " .... 10:32 ' 1 No. 74. mixed, dally (except Sua.) 4: « ' SOUTH. . ..6:38 p. m. " 5:47 a. m. t 73. Mixed daily (except Sun.) 9:00 ' ' 3. Passenger—Daily Ilarket Report g olio wing is the market re- r compiled by H. Homer, and will be changed weekly, ac- cording to the highest market prices paid. - CHANGED EVERY WEDNESDAY. •' .v'.-%"j-.; i, (basis midl) .. 5 Seed.. per 100 lbs @30c 35 6@6i 5@7c (as to size) 15@20c 10@15 • 6@7 ........7@8 1 45c H cash. Not I quiet at mm;. squares and Lednicky'8 j* saloon. received at nmann- Grange a Clover an extend- the all WMm Ml to her cou- now ing Pow- and family to relatives week is visit and Gid- . HORNERS' M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 15 June 1899

SSfegsfe- 188? =! _ i W. Finger. I S. Kendall. COURT. Gaines. *. J. Brown. . G. Denman, JBT. an, J. N. EES. KB H. Teichnmeller. L. Storey. B. Baker, on -the 15th Mon- Monday in January, the first Monday 8 weeks. S OFFICERS. and Whiskey rawt* cured at home with out-pain Book of i-nr ticulars sent F r - r br b. m woolll y ct . ice, 10* North Prynr p; Lyoi>s Lod^e, No. 195. AF&A M Meets on Saturday on or. before the first full moon in each month. Tran- sient brethren are cordially invited to attend. R. S. Tanner, w. m. Fred., Ebeling, Secretary. Sunday Tyranny. A, Stierling. Meets regularly each Tuesday night. Transient brethren are cordially invited to visit us. M. C. Levey, N. G. ^N. L. McKinnon, Secretary. aue 30 , July three : M court WESTERN STAR LODGE, NO. 174. I. 0. 0 P. K. of H. Lodge, No. 1501. Meets on 1st and 3d Monday in each month. Transient brethren in the city respectfully invited. . % : J. J. Schwartz,.Dictator. Fred. Ebeling. Secretary. Sunset Camo No. 120. Henr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 22 June 1899

ffife' -- I ssS splppps K#J i'MslfsS pplislls -'■Si ■ m^wa :S: -_ ~ -£*5 !#'l;su^# ■ •- - -- " .. - -. ...- •. " -Jy -,j^r ":~&25 * '• ■ . Tex A s',Uni rerslty B ™ I s ££&£ le V. No. 47, SCHULENBURO, PAYETTE COUNTY, TEX., Thursday, June 23, 1899. Subscription Price, $1.00. rSchulenburg Sm ■ Situated half way between San Antonio and Houston, has^ 1200 inhabitants; electric light plant; three good gins; compress and cotton-seed oil mill;" good schools; good hotels and solid business houses. It is the best and healthiest town in Fayette county. This paper is the official organ of the county. ISISpH .;XT 1 ■ SIM I §gpl in moat ing Kiln For Beans and Peas. Mexican June Corn in Texas. itinue a The I cost to The committee appointed by the Truck Growers'- association last Saturday, Messrs. M. M. Williams, A. W. Rodgers and S. W. Debord, have made arrangements with Wm Wwensoh to put in a drying kiln for peas and beans at once, and work has already been begun. It is estimated that the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 22 June 1899

tmg&M m ',m- S&ggfSg. A>" ,' ; - ; - ' 5K-- • i p : imM&Wf WtpM E>v ===== •:r- • by 'H. Generally that class of people who loaf around town and do not want to wort are the very ones who cause other people to get in trouble, by their everlasting con- founded tattling. Flaionia Neighborhood Notes. ANNUM Colored Mass Meeting. lburg post- matter ship $100,000 this year. mm famine— giving out. begun it 8ue- irish ita Fe itenced to Worth. i drowned last Sat- firm of men at The colored citizens of Schulen burg and vicinity held a meeting at the city hall in Schulenburg last Saturdav for the purpose, of dis- cussing the crimes committed here recently. Brook Lee was elected chairman and W. 1 . Davis secre- tary. Speeches were made by Lee, Meredith, Davis, Warren and Houston anent the best possible means to be employed to break up the crimes. Each one of the above named speakers gave their colored brethren good advice and also de- nounced the crimes recently com- mitted, and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 22 June 1899

■: -- V 3fe v ^ S^KsS^ss- fey ■ .- - , ... •; . " ifcsSwl -'" • v *$ -'^.s*- ■$?" > l K&ii9K9MS = SWOkUm > £g&Sg£?*S " - ; :. .. * 91 KlSBfeMMNLnl mm Just received a nice assortment of Ladies and Misses i|pp L - ® 4gfc*|s& !S£§ -.1^7 p. n « . 10:32 « « -r*r— lbs @30c latest Toe and makes. All sheer weight of lawns and organdies at closing out prices. : <\lfi* ©©all Pattepn§. At Homers' A big barbecue will be given in Joe Peter's Park, at Dubina, on July 5tb. See advertisement. Grand-Pa's Wonder soap #-. at Keuper & Steinmann. i4.jMp.in. Emanuel Roos, who attended St. Edwards college at Austin returned home. There will be a ball in F. J. Lidiak's hall in Amroansville, Sun- 25th. . = " ; - Mary Walker, who has visiting her grand-mother at some time is at home. ceived a fresh lot of Co- Salmons. at Kenper & Steinmann. lax Jordan, accompanied ip« . F. Johnson visited Tem- tbis week. per Whiskey, the :ey, old and mellow. , Luecke has returned from and is now ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 22 June 1899

J '' - ' : — ,>y ........... • - ^ ^t?si "c:-^'^-" ... :v Iv' '.." : • vk. • and Whiskey raWt cured at home vill;- out pain Book of :i: ticulars sent r F? : ' iaR fc. M WOOLLf [ .:■ . Uilice, 104 North Pryor S> A Definition of the Word "Indigent" the Pension Law. on- in January, r the first Monday 8 weeks. Lyops Lod^e, No. 195. AF&AM Meets on Saturday on or before the first full moon in each month. Tran- sient brethren are cordially invited to attend. R. S. Tanner, w. m. Fred. Ebeling, Secretary. WESTERN STAR LODGE, NO. 174. Sterling. vmm I. 0. 0 P. Meets regularly each Tuesday night. Transient brethren are cordially invited to visit us. M. C. Levey, N. G. N. L. McKinnon, Secretary. three . _£in M avember. COURTS. . T. Willrich, justice; R. istable. Court meets second Monday K. of H. Lodge, No. 1501. Meets on 1st and 3d Monday m each month. Transient brethren in the city ;pectfully invited. I. J. Schwartz, Dictator. Fred. Ebeling. Secretary. Sunset Canro No. 120. miizmp * ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 6 July 1899

' \ : J w z*c k - ispf-pm WMtrnmSm 1 fcs^sa^ ^•V Texas ;Univ€r«ity SCHULENBURG, PAYETTE COUNTY, TEX., Thursday, July 6. 1899. Subscription Price, $1.00. P Schu Situated half San Antonio and Houston x 200 inhabitants; el plant; three good gin and cotton-seed oil: schools; good hotels and solid houses. It is the best and town in Fayette county. This the official organ of the county. ier of 3. Fif- ftigd," : effect in its .arid s. As a re- one man is r wounded ly sbot. Point was victim. He was INSOLENT NEGROES. ' er, Texas, June 28.—Last while Jhohn Olive and Hor- were escorting a crowd of young ladies to church they were met by two negro men on a narrow sidewalk. One of the. negroes in a rough manner pushed one of the ladies off into a ditch. The negro was struck and his companion drew a 38- caliber pistol and shot young Walker in the stomach, inflicting a serious wound. The officers were notified and at once began search for the negroes. In their tU|ht one of them lost his pistol, ha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 6 July 1899

ia m J-mBM '<•- JT-. ,. ' Iter ly by v >r;;-•;•".?--r .•• :■ ' *&9gfe '■ I ■"« A MISTRIAL. V> The Jury charged in the Theumann Case Ois- After Five Days Fruitless Deliberatron. ANNUM =£== and the it only soln- ucropa. ~ Bdfc one were shipped is year it was The truck it. %,Mh Galveston the Sea He leaves says: COLORED MASS MEETING Denounces Crime and Is for a Plane of Morality. Higher m The jury in the case of the State vs. Max Theumann, for the murder of August Moeckel, failed to agree on a verdict, and after being "hung up" for five days were discharged yesterday after- noon by Judge Teichmueller and the.case in the docket bookmarked "mistrial." The jury before whom the case was tried was composed of the fol- lowing citizens: Ernst Laas, F. Eckermann, Wm. Dahse, Jr., Nath Ward, Jr., Herman Hoppe, Rich- ard Mewis, A. W. Mewis, Ed Laas, John Menke, Herman Kmst, Wm. Voswinkel and James Mertz. The writer was informed by one of the jurymen after their discharge that on nearl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 6 July 1899

si i M-i^iiN#*':^ |1& •'4si> T:^SA'>--^ -■f- 5gl '■ v. ' fep \ BUS m *-y .-'if*-- ■ V- =— T Maa0___ai*afcak mmm, "liS® 7 ' - • - ; ??MS . ^SS w "T- rrst'""..*4 &9GBi SilsSii .oj^V. Just received a nice assortment of AT TURNER HALL. Ninth Annual Commencement Exercises of St. Rosa's School. Ladies and Misses I latest Toe and makes. All sheer weight of lawns and organdies at closing out prices. ■ ' -ir ' ' ■'.- p. m* ie- ac- ;J- mmrnm ■ -vt« WM" Mrs. John Stierliog and Misses Dolly and Exer Stierling, of La- Grange, w&rfi over last week visit- W. A. Marcee's family. nim of Flatonia re- turned home last Saturday after a week's visit here to her daughter, Mrs. Chas. Sengehnaftn. y Fit for a king: those Garciosa and Pre- F. C. Wolter's. ■Father Jos. Szymansky, who is stationed at St. Johns' church, left tor Detroit, a visit to -V.j The Sunday school picnic of the Freyburg Sunday school, which was to have taken place on J uly 4, has been postponed until some future date. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sticker — 6 July 1899

- : , - - ' " Wr->*■ pMpR^snHNi ;:s::r:$Mk&*M*W$ ->W' ■••:•" « ! riSgSsN^ jf5* - '.v^.;^^-: * r.o " ■&* I te-'f"- ■ £ I1&*# 5sH^8E3 Lyops Lod^ej No. 195. a m Meets on Saturday on or before the *.first full moon in each month. Tran- sient brethren are cordially invited to attend. * N. L. McKinnon, w. m. Fred. Ebeling, Secretary. ■?m$v—_ . Fiale WESTERN STAR LODGE, NO. 174; .1. 0. 0 P. iw. eoert February, Justice; R. ly In .y.'.a- r !?;, Meets regularly each Tuesday night. Transient brethren are cordially invited to visit' us. M. C. Levey, N. G. N. L. McKinnon, Secretary. Meets on 1st and 3d Monday m each month. Transient brethren in the city respectfully invited. % • > J. J. Schwartz, Dictator. Fred. Ebelino. Secretary. OV5 A ■■ No. 120. every 2d and '4th Thursday in Visiting brethren are cor- lvited to meet with us. r X ¥• ^ING, C. C. ijzMEa mm Wmm Meets every lit and 3rd Wednesday night in 1 their castle hall over Young's store. All vis- iting knights are cor- ...

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