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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 20 December 1906

... . M I - • % - ' . i . :: &*■? -V j ^¥! ' •■ 5#i§ ■■ Schulenburg, Texas, jp, ^ h?otters, €. S&. JCosster, Jf. tP. Sehaefer, &.S?usse/e, President, 9/iee-Presidents, Cashier. Solicits - Your - Business. Q A HAPPY THOUGHT. Dixie Pale and Budwelser Bottle Beer. Standard Keg Beer and • ARTESIAN ICE. • EIELING t SON, AfOti, ScMeokr *. ecm CDCC Booklet entitled "Draugh-1 Bookkeeping in THREE OEHI I ntt on'« Eva Orwnflr." It, Will months than others can in QOnvinc© you ID as irauKXiuuB ^unegets j o.Ltv, iiiiu. ujuluu j^iauyuuu a -•= can, by their SUPERIOR and COPY- Colleges teach only the === RIGHTED methods, teach yoa more' BEST systems of SHORTHAND on's Eye Opener." It Will | months than others can in ou that Draughon's Colleges SIX, and that Draughon's vox bhei DRAUGHON'S PRACTIGAL BUSINESS 1300,000.00 capital; 28 Colleges in,16 States; 17 years' suocess. POSITION? secured or money refund-11 EARN Law, Bookkeeping, Shorthand, Jl Written contract giv- ' Penmanshit). Drawing...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 3 January 1907

m- Texas Univers:ty AUSTi^ PS m •-•>.. *■ Qus Russek INSURANCE s. •< Representing the leadinj Companies of the Worl I / J CYRIL PETER, Ttll work of the first~ order. ****** Staymomd Win free, Sd/tor. Plain Words are Gver the SZiest. One ^Dollar j( 2/ear, VOL. XIII. SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 3, 1907. Why One Man Declined Election ai United States Senator. '' if fM- .. J'; J. H. Hale, the millionaire fruit grower of South Glastonbury, Conn., who is known all over the country as one of the largest grow- ers in the world, is .perhaps the only man in the country who ^ver "turned down" a unanimous flec- tion as United States senator. Mr. Hale owns something like 350,000 fruit trees in Georgia. It cost him last year nearly $160,000 merely to put his enormous crop on the mar- ket, but he is one of the most, de- lightfully unostentatious men • in Connecticut. He has always been interested in movements for the betterment of his town and state. Some few years ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 3 January 1907

- . ? f. ~ 1 if' "' - • I • ,J %i ^ ^ .*. vfssfc&HpHW *r "■' ■ * -*js!|| T li e In ■ WSS. |p f Wi ' & 1 Schvlenbvrg Sticker RAYMOND WISFREE, Editor S^liULENBURG, - TEXa.8 \ ' ~"T " French View of Marriage. The French, guided by reason, as they would say, regard the institution of matrimony as a rational regulation of the fact of sex, as a compromise between the rights of the individual and the rights of society. The man obeys, but under protest; he is will- ing to sacrifice his liberty so far, but, .beyond that point, he regards self- abnegation as fanatical asceticism. Marriage, under French usage, says H. D. Sedgwick in Atlantic, is a part- nership, in which such matters as character, tastes, education, birth and property are to be considered; con- tracting families scrutinize the pro- posed bride and groom as if coming up for admittance into a club. They look at our custom of marrying for -love' with amazement, as we should look at a grocer's cart that started on its roun...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 3 January 1907

^ fg| v v' . 9 V ®?3s«a . f 'WWW$Wji t': i. 1 r'^s .-. !# I® - ;• .*' ■ i-r -v ) TOBACCO CONTRACTS! a trasedy at marlin J. E. BLOHM SAYS EAST TEXAS PRODUCT IS IN DEMAND. SHADE-CROWN WEED WANTED Tausig & Co. Have Entered into Con- tracts for Five Years With Some of the Growers. Houston, Tex.: Mr. J. Bloihxa, for mer president of the Tobacco Grow- ers' Association of Texas, is here to a prominent St Louis tobacco man, meet a prominent St. Louis tobacconist, contracting for tobacco grown in cer- tain counties of East Texas. Mr. Blotum stated that a market has been established for certain grades of 'wrap- per and filler tobacco grown in East Texas which has attracted the com petition of tobacconists in various por- tions of the country who were eager to secure by contract all that could be grown at prices which are very re- munerative to the grower. One firm in particular, Messrs. Tausig & Co. of Chicago, are now submitting contracts to the tobacco farmers of Houston, An- derson...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 3 January 1907

gT^I !' -' ili, m m ml i.l, ; . /«% UV S iff,Si ■rM i -'t Fvr • i fm&- ZLbe Sticker. WHAT IS GAMBLING? RAYMOND WIHFREE, Editor and Publisher Entered at the Sohuienburg pcstofflce as s3cond-clasB matter. SUBSCRIPTION, Ji.oo PER ANNUM The Sticker Invites the public to. keep it posted concerning the goings and comings ot the town. It you are leaving town or have friends visiting yon or departing, drop us a line that we may make note of it. But be sure t sign your name to it as an evidence of its genuineness. THURSDAY, JAN. 3, 1907. Bryan, Bailey, Burgess. A happy and prosperous New Year to all. What are you going to do for Schulenburg in 1907? The Christmas weather seemed to bare been made to order. We wish to commend the young men and boys of Schulenhurg on their good behavior during the holidays. The triumph of Bailey in Comanche county is a fair sample of the sentiment throughout the entire state. The result was 912 for Bailey and 342 against. TSSSSSSSSSSSSSS^ Why Cotton Goes Do...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 3 January 1907

■ i#- HO ENER'S well assorted stock of the latest '*Wir.ter Soods ■ ■ ^boughf}™**i 4 HDress Soods, Outings, flannels, broadcloths. ^Staple Soods of all descriptions> boots and Shoes, and Tfnderwear. jfll as tow prices as possible. a bargain about ISO !Pair jCaciies and Tffisses Sheos 3four pick at 50c a pair. Tfiostiy small sizes. HOE NER'S JKJMKET1 UK PORT. The following la tb« market report u compfl- "' r H. Horner, tod changed weekly, aooord- " ' \ market prices paid. CHANGED EVERY WEDNEDAY mew per lb quiet Nominal. ~ iper 100 lbs 9 1-2 .... 60 mKfKKKKtKM TO [cooking) - 7-12 tabled 10121-2 (u to else) aprlng lOoHena ^7o lb >r lb Nominal... 611-1 ... 10 10 lb a. perbhi \— r Market laiemand seeded ; Wanted steady .iVoo-1,30 ii *& . R. C. Boettcher was in Ho- this week. Mr. T. A. Smith of Notawa was the city last week. Mr. 0|to Willrich of Bluff was the city this week. r. Will Neumann of Austin in the city last week. Dr. R, O. Perkins paid Divine since our last issue. Adol...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 3 January 1907

1906 CUBAN REVOLUTION Aug. 21—Uprising of insurgents in west- ern Cuba. 23—Revolutio n spreads and gov- ernment decides to raise .10,000 men to fight rebels; 7,000 insurgents under arms in Pinar del Rio province. 24—Heavy fighting in Pinar del Rio province. 26—Band of 100 in- surgents loot Las Lajas, Santa Clara province. 29—Government of- fers amnesty and many leaders in Provinces of Ma- _ . _ .. tanzas and Santa Secretary Taft. CJara Burrender. 8ep. 10—Cruiser Des Moinos sails for Cuba. 18—Sailors land from Cruiser Denver at Havana but immediately ordered to re- turn to vessel; guard for American lega- tion left. 14—President decides to send Sec. of War Taft and Assist. Sec. of State Bacon to Cuba to investigate conditions and lend influence to restore peace Extra ses- sion of Cuban congress grants Pres. Pal ma fullest power to carry on war against insurgents. 15—Palma orders suspension of hostilities. 19—Taft and Bacon arrive at Havana and begin efforts for peace. 26—Indications ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 3 January 1907

Silifmr- f !;|||P| HP? ";%®£v TORTURED WITH GRAVEL. Sine* Using Doan's Kidney PiHe Not a 8ingle Stone Has Formed. Capt. S. L. Crute, Adjt Wm. Watts Camp, U. C. V., Roanoke, Va , says: ■ , "I suffered a long, long time with my back, and felt draggy and liat- > less and tired all the time. I lost from my usual weight, 225, to 170. Urinary pas- sages were too frequent and I have had to get up often at night. I had headaches and diszy spells also, but my worst suffering was from renal colic. After I began using Doan's Kidney Pills I passed a gravel stone as big as a bean. Since then I have never had an attack of gravel, and have picked up to my former health ^nd weight. I am a well man, and give Doan's Kid- ney Pills credit for it." Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box. Foster-MH^urn Co., Buffalo. N. Y. RECIPE FOR PLUM PUDDING. Monarchs as Linguists. $ Monarchs must know more than one language. King Edward, who trav- so much, speaks French better some Frenchmen, and also Ger- man. The...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 3 January 1907

The First Rational Bank Schulenburg, Texas, j?, 1/Jalters, €. S&. Jfessler, St. ZP. Schaefer, 4 S. ZPussek, President, 'Vice-^Presidents, Cashier. Solicits = Your = Business. LONDON ITS OWN LANDLORD. u SSN Dixie Pale and Budwalaar Bottla Bear. Standard Keg Beer and • ARTESIAN ICE. • EBELING k SON, Afents, Scfeulenbraf. 9CHT CDCC Booklet entitled "Draugh-1 Bookkeeping in THREE oCffl filLt on's Eye Opener." It will months than others can in oonvince you that Draughon's Colleges SIX, and that Draughon's can. by their SUPERIOR and COPY"- Colleges teach only the r RIGHTED methods, teach you more' BEST systems of SHORTHAND. DRAUGHON'S PRACTICAL BUSINESS $300,000.00 capital; 28 Colleges in 16 States; IT years' success. PfltlTtnNS secured °r money refund-11 CADU Law, Bookkeeping, Shorthand, fUOlliUn* ed. Written contract giv- Ll./inii penmanship, Drawing, DV MAIL en. For Catalog and "Eye Opener," Arithmetic, Bus. English, Etc."1 call, 'phone, or write Jno. F. Draughon, Satisfaction guar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 10 January 1907

i UPP'" iaS%E '•'' ■ > ■ ■ , • ' ..' - ':£:' ' Texas University AUSTIN jr -s Qus Russek INSURANCE , : V; ' I gs 1^1 :V *3^ k Representing the leading ^^ompanies of the World^j CYRIL PETER, j€ti work of tho first- Class order. a J fflaymomd Win free, Sditor. ' {Plain Words are Sver the Siest* One Cellar 2/ear. VOL. XIII. SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY. TEXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 10, 1907. NO. 21. MAKE MILLIONS IN RUGS. v/4? ; r. vV x- • ^$a Americans Control Many of the Big Factories in India. 1 In 1905-6 there were manufac- tured in India and exported carpets and rugs to the value of $1,900,000, of which $1,500,000 in value went to the United Kingdom and $400,000 in value to the United States. Most of the finest rugs that were shipped to the United States of Indian man- ufacture were made in factories con- trolled by American capital. One firm alone controls ten factories, one each in Kashmir, Hyderabad and Sikkim, the others being scattered over two-thirds of India. This firm employs...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 10 January 1907

The Schvlenbvrg Sticker RAYMOND WINFREB, Editor SCHULENBURG, - TEXAS The Unfaithful Servant. Thomas Jefferson never spoke a truer word than that the art of gov- ernment consists in being honest. If one gives a little thought to the sub- ject he will be surprised to discover that nearly all failur ts in government can be traced to dishonesty of one kind or another. Either the politicians seeking office have not been honest with the people in appealing for votes, or the men in office have sought their personal profit rather than the general good. The recent indictments of pub- lic officers in different parts of the country have called renewed attention to the evils that follow betrayal of trust. Men have used their official in- fluence for their private gain. They have regarded the power put in their hands not as a trust to be adminis- tered for the good of all, but as an op- portunity to enrich themselves, or tc advance their political fortunes at the expense of the public. This sort...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 10 January 1907

- '? '' i--1 j ^ # % 'Si 1 * KUSfffia£■ - ?> • K& I ia;-; ' £ * mm HOBSON SCENTS WAR.H0T SPRINGS< ARK,, FLOODED. SAYS WE WILL GET WHIPPED IN A CONTEST WITH JAPAN. HEAVIEST SAYS NAVY IS INADEQUATE. Japan Will Precipitate War Within Five Years and Capture the Phil- ippines and Hawaii. 3 Sen Antonio, Tex.. Richmond Pear- eon Ho>bson of Merrimac fame was in the city Tuesday to deliver a lecture. In an interview he expressed great concern-over the probability of war ■with Japan and predicted that the yel- low men would precipitate a conflict with the United States in less than five years. He 'thinks they have every show of success to drive us from the Orient. Capt. Hobson said: "I think that the Japanese want to bring on war with the United States at the earliest pos- sible moment without flying in the face of public opinion. They will cre- ate a pretext if necessary. They can easily capture Jhe Philippines and Ha- waiian islands and exclude us from the Orient. Our navy is a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 10 January 1907

pfc; W * r I less he is known to be a democrat Cl/I3w vXO Kvt ♦ or takes oatb that he will sup- i port the Dominee of the party, "{According to. the law he should ilAVMOND WINFREE, Editor and Publisher j haye had intruction tacked up fur everyone to read. One was told low a certain box went and be said We expected that for we had seventeen pledges at that box. Entered at the Schulenburg postofflce as s33oad-class matter. iiUBSCRIPTION, $1.00 PER ANNUM The Sticker invites the pub'ic to keep it posted concerning the goings and comings of the town. If you are leaving town or have friends visitiifg you or departing, drop us a I. ce that we may make note of it. But be sure ( sign your name to it as an evidence of its genuineness. THURSDAY. JAN. 10, 1907. Bryan, Bailey, Burgess. The Svoboda comes to us twice a week now.Here's hoping that the patronage of the paper may grow so that it wil haye to be issued daily- [ We are in receipt of a calaudar from the Alamo Beach & Invest- ment Co....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 10 January 1907

.... |% ' v" if* 2 i' :?>J v i; \ . • . ft*:" / % ; j/ I 'T'"''- 'VI>: •-■ - ?.>L, . ■■' v HO RNER'S well assorted stock of the latest Winter Soods 7)ress Soods, Outings, flannels, broadcloths. Staple Soods of ail descriptions, Zftoots and Shoes, and Tfnderwear. Jtll as low prices as possible. J>ft a bargain about ISO iPair jCadies and Tlfisses Sheos yV-.- v ? /v- ; • ' •" •; - if 2/our pick at 50c a pair. Tlfostly small sixes. ifo R N EE'S PI# m si'f Hpy; | w :V\"\ REPORT. The following 1b the market report as compil- ed by H. Horner, and chaneed weekly, accord- ing to the highest market prices paid. CHANGED every ^edneday Cotton new per lb quiet Nominal, lo 10-1-4 Cotton Seed per 100 lbs 60 Corn 1 70 gggg _ 20 Butter (cooking) „ 7-12 Butter (table)._ 10 21-2 Chickens (as to size) spring 10c Hens Vc lb Roosters - 12 1-2 Turkeys per lb Nominal 6.1-2 Bacon — - JO Lard. - 101b Cabbage ............ Potatoes, perbhi J .00-1,20 Pecans Butter Market in demand Chlz needed 1 Egg...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 10 January 1907

— HIS EYES OPEN }\hy There Are No Mail Order Catalogues in One Home. FARMER WILLIAMS' LESSON In Time of Adversity He Gat to Un- derstand Who Were His Real Friends—Prosperity in Stand- ing Together. (Copyright, 1906, by Alfred C. Clark.) "What y' got there, Sis?" inquired Farmer Williams, a3 he kicked off his felt boots and set them carefully he- hind the stove to dry. "That's what t thought it looked like, one of them there Chicago catylogs, though I hain't 6een one clost fer quite a few years back. Me an' your ma ust to buy mighty nigh everthing we used out of them catylogs when we first come to Kansas. Land sakes, I have to laugh now sometimes when I think of the way we would git ketched onct in awhile. They's some cheap things in them catylogs, an' then agin they's a lot 't ain't so cheap. Y' never kin tell till they come, an' then it's too late to send 'em back. But as I was a sayin', we hain't bought nothin' out of a catylog fer a right smart o' years now, an' the way it come a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 10 January 1907

^Kpt Nervousness Increasing Rich and Poor Are Alike Afflicted in The.e Strenaoui Times--Excessive Worry the Most Common Cause of Breakdown. uu bus £5*1 BY MARGARET E. SANGSTER. The prevalence of nervous disease Cannot be ignored by anyone who is familiar with social conditions in America. Both women and men are sufferers from a malady that creeps them stealthily and pounces on its ictims as a beast springs from am- iush. The nervous patient apparently breaks down suddenly, but in reality the disease has been making its grad- ual approach with steps so slow and symptoms so slight that they have been unnoticed by family and friends, and have often escaped the vigilant eye of the physician. It is no longer an extraordinary oc- currence in life to be obliged to spend a period of retirement at a rest cure or a sanitarium, and the people who require treatment for nerves are of no class or special jlegree of culture. They include men of brilliant abili- ty, famous at the bar, on the bench ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 10 January 1907

■mi The First National Bask Schulenburg, Texas, £&, jf. Wotters, £. S&. Jfcsslor, jfc. !P. Schaefer, S. fflussek, ^President, Vice-tPresidents, Cashier. Solicits = Your = Business. G SSN Dixie Pale and Budweleer Bottle Beer.' Standard Keg Beer and • ARTESIAN ICE. • EBEI.INC £ SOU, Afeitl, SctaleitrM. others can. in OCUT CCCC Booklet entitled "l>raugh- j Bookkeepiug in THREE Oulfi nCC on'g Ey0 Opener.'' It will months than convince you that Praughon's Colleges SIX, and th: can, by their SUPERIOR and COPi"- Colleges teach only the . RIGHTED methods, teach you more' BEST systems of SHORTHAND. DRAUGHON'S PRACTICAL BUSINESS $300,000.00 capital; 28 Colleges in 16 States; 17 years' success. MOTIflM* secured or money refund-11 C ADM Law, Bookkeeping, Shorthand, ■ "wlllvlft# Arl Written r.nnt.raof*. civ- I PfinrnQnalifrvDra.wincrDVU All en, call, p Preside in guar ent, either place below mentioned. I prices on HOME STUDY. Dallas, Ft. Worth, San Antonio, Tyler, Austin, Waco, Galves...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 17 January 1907

exas Qua Russek ' INSURANCE Representing the leading ^^Oompanies of the WorlcT^j University AUSTIN r CYRIL PETER, | jfll work of the first" order. Stqymomd in free, Set (tor. IPiain Words, are €uer the Sftest. One 'Dollar 2/ear. VOL. XIII. SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 17, 1907. NO. 22. 0A 2S STORING WATER. How a Reservoir Can Be Cheaply Built at the Spring. An easy way to make a reservoir at the spring, is to throw up a bank, perhaps laying a wall first, founding it below the surface. I have seen many reservoirs excavated at great expense, sometimes in the solid rock, at the useless expenditure of money. By going down hill a few feet it would have been simple and inexpensive. Should the soil be such that water percolates through it, face the soil with loam on top and puddle it well. If this leaks face it with clay and pud- dle the clay, as shown in cut These Dam for Spring Reservoir. rules apply to all dams made of stone and earth. Pipes entering the resejvo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 17 January 1907

iP Ǥ ftbe Sticker. h >, . ilAVMOND WINFREE, Editor and Publisher Entered at the Schulenburg poetoffice as sjoond-class matter. SUBSCRIPTION, 51.00 PER ANNUM The Sticker invites the public to keep it posted concerning the goings and comings of the town. If you are leaving town or have friends visiting you or departing, drop us a lire that we may make note of it. But be sure i sign your name to it as an evidence of its genuineness. THURSDAY. JAN. 17, 1907. Bryan, Bailey, Burgess. Uead Bailey's statement in t li is issue and see if you don't think he is right about tlio matter. Duncan received a few telegrams of congratulations on his speech the other day.' Now since Hume and McConnell have gotten through with him a few telegrams of condolence are in v>rder. One of our speceial features during the session of the legislature will 1)3 an Austin Letter from our speceial correspondent, giving all the items "of interest. It appears on the fourth page of this issue. During tho dull mo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 17 January 1907

• t -P.: • £ I I HORNE R ' S Jffas just received a Car of Genuine Main Seed Potatoes Sn // tPeck Sacks. Tennessee Triumph, Green Mountain, Early Rose, Early Ohio Which he offers at very reasonable prices, tf&est seed and in best condition. HOE NEE'S % MAMKBT REPOKr. The following Is the market report as compli- ed by H. Horner, and changed weekly, accord- ing to the highest market prices paid. CHANGED EVERY WEDNEDAY Cotton sew Der lb quiet Nominal. 9 3-4 Cotton Seed per 100 lbs 65 is .7.3 Butter (cooking) 7-12 Butter (table) 10121-2 Chickens (as to size) spring 10c Hens 7c lb Roosters 12 1-2 Turkeys per lb Nominal (£1-2 Bacon 10 Lard 101b Cabbage Potatoes, per bill ,l,2o Pecans - Butter Market in demand Chix needed Eggs: Wanted Cotton declining daily Hans Hanson is a told story. beautifully Mr.John Lawrence is in Bellville this week. Miss Louise Stanzel is visiting in Glidden. Miss Jessie Everton is visiting relatives in Luling. Miss Hilda Wangemann is visi t. ing relatives in S...

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