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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Augustine Tribune — 6 June 1913

& t ++ + + + + "S" + í"!"!' + v + + I ♦ + R. H- Hall, who has been sev* local and personal. *¡eral weeks at Mineral VV«!k ► + + + retul;"ed home, looking mucii ¡improved. M. S. Parrisn of Geneva, was a business visitor here Thursday. Attend the Cozy picture show. The pictures are the best. 5 lljtf Mrs. O, L. Fall, Elaine Hall, and J. VV; Puyntr have returned from Tennessee. Swifts Premium hams for .<«!•- at YV. A- McClanahan's—alwiiv.- freah, received every week. Mr. and Mrs. .lack Garrett 01 Houston are at the bedside o.' 3 cure for the blues. Try it-5 -16tf Willie Mathews and Harry Miller left Tuesday for Dallas on a few days pleasure trip. ¡Mrs. Garrett's Mother, Mrs j Burleson who is dangerously 2j( The Cozy is the place to get a ill. Miss Myrtie Rawls returned Saturday from Tyler, where sh j has been attending the Corn i mercial College. She will be em- San Augustine Drug Co. js Pl°yed for Liv-Ver-Lax. °^ce in the County Olerks I'or Sale cheap—A good sec* Ma chine. Phone...

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

II C R. TOIJVAR 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 Three Feathers, per 4 quarts $8.00 Black hite Scotch, per 4 quarts - 7.00 Old Bushmilk Irisn, per 4 auarts — 7.00 Grannymede 76, per 4 quails. 5.00 hanover Rye, per 4 quarts 5.00 Raleigh Springs, per 4 quarts 5.00 Old Saratoga, V'r 4 quarts 5.00 Red Top, per 4 quart> 5 00 I. W. Harper, per 4 qiarti. 5.00 C. R. T. Kest K>e, per 4 qj.ns 4.Oil Jefferson Club, per 4 quarts .3.00 Lower fcn.,ds Chief, per 4 quarts 3.00 Echo, per 4 quarts. 2.50 Monagram, per 4 quarts. .2 50 Ihree Bells, per4 quarts... 2.50 Case Goods Bottled in Bond f Id C-ow 5's, per 4 quarts Hill & hill, per 4 quarts Old Stock, per 4 quarts. C. r. Sharpe, 4 uuarts BARRELGOODS Raxm a n Nrtt i h V his key, tit It juii «'c, j < r t«l>t Hill ic Hill per gallos I. W. Harpt i Raleigh Spr ilion Penla...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Augustine Tribune — 6 June 1913

IaNDUEWS1 FINK Lf(¿>'ORS 112 Years doing a Mail Order business exclusively, places uain a position I to know the best liquors for personal and family use. Andr«w*' Liquor* I are Guaranteed. Reference any vxpreas company, or the Commercial I Germani Trust and Savings Bank, New Orleans. Prices quoted are but a few from our illustrated price list. Writ- for it. also for our plan wh way you can obtain a Mark Cro*« Safety Kaz .r Free. Mention this paper. We Prepay Express Charges on 4 Quarts or Over 4 Fall Qtarli 6 FuH Qurti 8 Full Qt*. Springtide Rye $3.00 «4 •>* r.n 100 Proof Straight Kentucky Whiskv . .. 3.00 4 •>:, Old Hopeweil ... _ 4.00 .<7:. 7 W> Sunny Brook-our own bottling 4,00 5 75 7'r)0 Monarch Buchu Oin 4.00 5*75 7*50 I W. Harper 5.00 7>,0 ¿00 Murray Hill Club 5.00 7 r,o y 00 Green River... .....5.00 7.30 9.00 Sunny Brook—bottled 111 boud. 5.00 7.50 9,00 «J. S ANl)RKM>i Ui^UOU CO. P 0 BOX 191 NEW ORLEANS L. A 01 PEST MAIL CJÍDER SIOLSE IN NEW ORLEANS —wmt...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Augustine Tribune — 6 June 1913

Tí ——^ Wise and Otherwise [f ^^^JOHN MeLENDON in Cwkr I watch the press dispatches and hope, and hope and yearn to lead that nigger Johnson will soon have to sizz and burn. ooo Clarence Hunter says that it is perfectly natural for men to begin being temperate and vir- tuous and good alter they pass fifty of life's mile posts. ooo I know exactly how to sympa- thize with Col. Roosevelt. They used to talk about me that way, too— but I had too much sense to sue any boy for it. In fifty years it won ence to either of us. ()Oo There is s movement in many of the larger tow ns to weed out the loafers. With the farmer-* crying out for cotton choppers and the tie contractors scouring the country for tie hackers, there can be no excuse for able bodied men to panhandle honest living. In nearly all the little J town theie isa crop of yearling boys c -ming on that are not i worth killing with a borrowed j gun. They have "drawn their men; at the same time they re- present a majority of the stu- MA...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Augustine Tribune — 13 June 1913

■ •* \ . ' / San Augustine VOLUME 5 NO. ¡4 SAN AUGUSTINE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE ' SU3SC1Ü: TIOPER YEAR, $1.00 and $1.50 ■ 1 ft i < &- Wise and Otherwise JOHN MtLENDON in Ctntcr Champion The press dispatches announce a cold norther blowing in Chica- go, with a little snow, and when we reflect that our boss editor is up there right now with a seer- sucker coat and low quarter shoes and a little old grip that won't hold anything but a night gown and a pint of cough medi- cine, we may be pardoned for exclaiming, "Our poor boss." He will know how to appreciate a good country when he gets back to it. oOo When I get a good letter I have a special file cabinet in which I deposit it, and someday, when I get old, and have nothing else to do, I intend to get these letters out and cull the best thoughts they contain and make a book. There is one from Mrs. Clara Ramsey written while I was in the west, and there is one from mvold friend, Capt. Kellie, while he was in the Senate, and there ar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Augustine Tribune — 13 June 1913

HF| ** I • ) í-L-'J*: lutio Ai Ixplnatict I Vii r AuBllIi. ItJ.ui- .'-Tit ' erroneous sta-ements wide;}' pubiisr«ed aoot.' -.ion of the university t—' in the event that the ' zjutií amendment s-' Senate •' Kesu;utr>* BIIOUj- hj-'p-t". fitting- therefore. tha* tnontati > t staiemer * tome f."oil one who is ir a ; *«i- j, uor. to ^peat for the i 7'ne amenumerit o<>rfc template. and gives • o :v for the consolida*. " A.. & -v- college and the Sit}' in Austir.. The amendment y v^t thorny to move the partmer t. The amencment i.*ive« thoritv to move the ' .- Industrial Arts for v ■*• e: The amendment gi* -w ' o r thority to move the Sarr Houev Normal, the Southwest "'exat Normal, the North Texa? N • ma! or the West l esas N _>r": a The amendment will :*. * .< m ; ; change the constitution rela uons between the ur ve••?■*> _r the A. ¿c M. college. The college of Industrial Arts or the fou. state normal. If the amendment is to ;*ec. e'jucati jc t r the conitit vote ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Augustine Tribune — 13 June 1913

r* 4 * , if *• V l-l il inafter dea-ribeJ, located and ix-bci-py, 4ua claim dtt.J. Citalionby Publication. The State of Texas. Erastus Hill, No. 1086a vs. Unknown Hfirs oí Wi'lamsj Humphreys et al. Suit perd'Ptr in the Districtj court of Sun AucruPtine County, ¡ Texas. To the* Sheriff ur any CJonsta-, ble of San Augustine, county, Greetings: In the above entitled and numbered cau9e, you are hereby commanded to summon the fol- lowing named persona as de- lendants in said cautie, to wit. ! ejected the plaintiff therefnrn. The unlcrown heirs of William i U1)j unlawfully withold from Humphrey, deceased also the un- ^¡possession thereof to 7. p.tt'v Anii Deberry fun-' veyance t« L«.uru Khun, Oi nvcyaiice in now proof of which Wtl situated in San Autrustine Conn-, ty, Texas by virtue of dupM -hie Unl jcated balance N S«L"2C, * ' Class l.-t. Issued by Jac m Keuehler C n.nii-i^ioner of i!n* General Land Office of Texas un the 1st. day of March 18T3, tT<- ! tents. S'true heing a part of t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Augustine Tribune — 13 June 1913

I I I ' /) SAN AUGUSTINE TRIBUNE i), s. HARRISON. EdiUranl Proprietor. subscription RVTEs5: *)ne tear, • Six Montns, • $1."0 .50 Entered as second-class matter March ■>, 1909, at the post office at San Augus- tine, Texas, under the Act of March ¡S, 1879. can never us again by PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. Twenty-five thousand hales uf cotton are expected to come to this market the coming season. Allow us to again point to San Augustine's magnificent school with justifiable pride. Few schools in Texas have a . , . . i j -.i .i i u,; classifying oí their respective better rating with the Uni- , / B K , T , , ¡schools or any other matter versity. Indeed, not mxn} niease meet the board hero on schools in the smaller cities Sabine ounty specimen of literary genius. School Notes. I was authorized by Pres. W . II. Rushing of the County Foard of Education to announce that a meeting of that beard will be he d on the ¿1st inst. at this of- fice for the purpose of classify- ing the rural schools ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Augustine Tribune — 13 June 1913

' of •V* kl'8 cly lar. J Ie'" and 113. An- Thru Itive of Inn. "nil y. V Geo i. Mackechne.v made a to Hemphill last on the sick ♦ *1* 4- LOCAL AND PERSONAL. * business visit ^ i Fridav ♦ + + + + + + + ❖+ + + ❖ + + +4* + + Hand your news items in at . Miss Augusta Hazle is attend- the Tribune office. , t^lG Summer Normal at Can- 1 yon City. Attend the Cozy picture show. The pictures are the best. 5 lOtf For Sale cheap—A good sec- ond-hand Singer Sewing Ma- chino. Phone or write Tribune office, San Augustine, Texas. Mrs. Mary G. Thomas is visit- ing at Chireno this week. The Astern Star will play '"The Corner Store" at Opera house Monday night. Ad- mission 25, 35 and 50 cents. The Cozy is the place to get a cure for the blues. Try it-5 -lGtf The W. H. M. S. will give a Remember the tea Monday teil at the hom? of Ml'9' Ed June 10 at Mrs. I'-d Downs. 31 Frank Thomas is list this week. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Garrett returned to Houston Sunday. the ^ ■ $ Downs from 3 to 0 o'clock June 16th. p. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Augustine Tribune — 13 June 1913

C. R. TOLIVAR Wholesale and Retail liquor Dealer P. O. DRAWER 829 PHONES: New £59. 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 Three Feathers, per 4 quarts Hack hite Scotch, per 4 quarts Old Bushmifk Irisn, per 4 quarts Grannymede 76, per 4 quails tanover Rye, per 4 quarts Raleigh Springs, per 4 quarts Old Saratoga, per 4 quarts Red Top, per 4 quarts I. W. Harper, per 4 qi arts C. R. T. Best Rye, per 4 quarts Jefferson Club, per 4 quarts Lower Woeds Chief, per 4 quarts Echo, per 4 quarts Monagram, per 4 quarts Three Bells, per 4 quarts $8.00 7.00 7.0ft 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5 00 5.00 4.00 3.00 3.00 2.50 2 50 2.50 Case Goods Bottled in Bond '•Id Ctow 5"s, per 4 quarts (5 50 hill & Hill, per 4 quarts 5.00 Old Stock, per 4 quarts 4.50 G. R. Sharpe, r 4 Quarts 4.50 BARREL GOODS Flaxm a n hnmkv fchiskty, Lit lit jurs cild.ftr tiller. "... .¿.5 Hill 6 Hill, per gallon .* 4.00 I. W. Harpe * Raleigh Spr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Augustine Tribune — 13 June 1913

Xi Daddy's Bedtime Dinah Hung Cloth on th« Lin*. Doubting Dinah And the Clothes- pin Brownie* EVRI.YN announced: "Dlntib say Hhe d.ifsn't hellerr In fairies " "No, «ho doosn't," Jack "IHunh s¡iy9 that she never heart! of fairies down in Souf (Jn'lln.v, where rIk> fame from." "Indeed! That reminds me." daddy said, "the other day 1 watebed Dinah tin UK out some clothes, l-'irst she strcicbcd oiih plwe on tiie line, and then «he ctretclied another. "And wiien Dinah bad all her clothes on thp lino 1 noticed that each was fcpld on the line by a little brownie. My. how tight those brownies held on to tbe dollies! "A tramp wont by and looked over ho fonco at the nice white clothes, but Dinah was sinking 'Jordan's Wave' very lonilly.in the kitchen, and the brownies were sitting tl^ht on the lino, so lie sadly wont on to look for some- thing to steal elsewhere. "Over In Farmer Ilrovvn's cornfield I hoard some mischievous elves wills- perlnj; and lauuhlnu " 'Ila. ha.' chuckled one; 'su<...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Augustine Tribune — 13 June 1913

tJ c CT O; T« therwise y ed from pape wives, the comfort of °^J<Childrer, the respect of '%imunity and at last their y self-respect, can make mon- lots of it. But when they rant to redeem these things 4fter they have gotten into a po- sition to enjoy them, they find they have lost the pawn ticket. / then it is, they realize the worth / of the things they have hung up. They are the only things a man wants when he is in trouble- sympathy— respect— conficiince and love. These things, thank Cod, can not be bought at any prici, and it is the poor people who usually have them. The n an who hears the cry of hun- ger, the rroans of the down and out brother, who sees another's burden, can never expect to have more ¡n this world at best, than a comfortable living—frequently not that much. P.ut his feelings toward his unfortunate brother and the expression of thanks DieJ At her home irt the town of San Angustine, Texas, ^ay 21, 1913, Miss Francis M. Rankin. Miss Fanny was the daughter of Mr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Augustine Tribune — 20 June 1913

H II fOLUME 5. NO. 15 SAN AUGUSTINE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 2 \ IQir. SUBSCRIPTION PEIi YEAR, $1.00 and $1.5® % k FAVOR IMPROVEMENTS WILLING TO BE TAXED Owiers ol San Augustine Conuty Prop- erty Think Court House and Better Roads Needed. Representatives of three of the large timber holding corporations of this county have personally advised the Tribune that it is the policy of their concerns to favor internal improvements by tax- ation. It is also a well known fact that railroads are vitally . in- terested in the construction- of better wagon roads through the territory adjacent to their lines of transportation We have again and again stat- ed that nearly two thirds of this county's revenues are derived from ether than re idents of the county while the taxing power is entirely in the hands of the resident voter. In view of these facts it is strange that more interest can not be aroused in the erection of adequate public buildings and in better roads, these two questions being the most ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Augustine Tribune — 20 June 1913

t c c O Tí. ( i * r i THE SILO AND ITS VALUE >emattrialrn Ttüfr and' remains unchanged for an in-. It is said that there is nothing new under the sun, and the truth of this saying is well brought out in the present agi- tation among the well-informed to induce the farmers <jf this State to give more attention to the silo. To many the name silo conveys no meaning, as they are in total ignorance of what it is, and yet the ancient Egyptians used the silo thousands of >e.ars ago. Reduced to its simplest terms, a silo is really a big can, corresponding in nearly every way to the cans in which the housewife preserves her fruit, and it is intenaed to, an 1 does serve, the same purpose. Jt is a means of preserving given feed in its original form for stuck of a'i kinds. Just as the housewife can insare a plentiful supply of both fruit an i vege- ! ( tables for the use of her family 'S'' " * during the whole vear, so the provident fanner who provides himself with a silo can be as- su...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Augustine Tribune — 20 June 1913

X . / f Citationby Publication. State of T\ xh*. ¡rastua Hill, No. I-'Ma vp. iicnowr. Hi-irs ol Willams mphreys et al. Suit pend'nc: in thf District mrt of S¡m Augustine County, I ^v Mil* . To the Sheriff or any Consta., ble of San Augustine, county, 1 Greetings: In the above entitled and numbered cauae, y;mar« hm-eby commanded to summon the fol- lowing named persons as dp* iendants in sni'l cause, to wit; The unkr.own heir?, of William Humphrey, deceased also the un- known heir* of Patsey Ann /M3er ry,deceased,and Patnev A'in De-! Berry, also the unknown heirs' of W. H. West and Susan We ', | decease*!, and \V. Il> West and j Susan West, also the unknown i heirfe of Louisa Williams, de- ceased, and Louisa Williams, aleo the unknown heirs of James Strickland deceased, and James Strickland, also the unknown heirs of David Strickland, de- ceased, anp David Strickland, also the unknown heirs of Laura Williams, and Laura Williams, also the unknown heirsof Laura k Innerarity, deceased...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Augustine Tribune — 20 June 1913

k ' -i \ / / '/ SAN AUGUSTINE TRI3ÜN¿ Ü. S. HARRISON. IMiter ai. i l'i . One ttar, Six Vontn*. Tiie H 'Uáton Oil Co. i¿ prospecting for oil in East Texas and several wild cat , wells are now being put slBjCimi'Hon R-\ir^ (!()|down. The attention of th< company should bo directet to the indications (and oil) to be found in San Augustine Count v. : 0 fnteri'il as si'<-or,<!-das.s matter Mnn'h •>. It** , at the post ofli'v at San Auyu.-.- ♦.ine, Texae, un'W*r th * Aft « 1 t. 1879. I"JBL1SHEIJ F.VEKV FKII'AV. The Tribune editor tvavei- ed over a thousand miles The Lufkin Metropolis Hast week and nowhere saw looked good last \vj'k, an 1 ¡such prospects lor lan>e and people will jud-^e a town by ¡sure crops as now exist in its newspapers. this county. It one wishes — to appreciate what a really You would have been sur- fine farming countrv this is, prised to learn of how little let him travel anywhere else value pine timber reelly was land keep his eyes and ears last Monday...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Augustine Tribune — 20 June 1913

& m ♦ +local and Vi rII-al ' t thfstvi'i-k?68 13xacupluchl's g|®® [ ;L Ail w -I liHO'/.l .AWt V ♦ + + + •{• *S* •** + + * '5* + + + *5* + + *5" *<" "5* *5* + ' County Clerk Sossaman was a last Saturday night visitor to Center Attend the Cozy picture show. The pictures are the best. 5 Kitf Buck M >33 and Lon S >ssaman returne 1 from Center last J¡Sun - day. The Cozy is the place to got a cure for the blues. Try it-", -l<;tf Juneteenth celebrations wort Mr. and Mrs. G. tt.Banks have recently returned from a trip to Bastrop County. Those interested, are requested to assist in cleaning oil the Thomas grave y;:rd Fridav .June ;27 On Monday H. M. s wii| ¡I « :§ i MR. Mñ N u!y 7ih. the W. serve dinner in ívj> . \:j I'or Sale cheap—A piod sec- ':¡ d-hand Singer Sewing ,\ja. Jj l'hone town. Watch i'(.r the place. chine. lJhone or write tribune plentiful throughout this section oll'ice, San Augustine, Texas, yesterday. I I V t ^ K. *d. Weeks and daughter. Miss Lucilo, of i'...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Augustine Tribune — 20 June 1913

.tr \ \ )r 'J / « / * a tpv C. R. TOUVAR Wholesale and Retal 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 Thrte Feathers, per 4 quarts Black *4hite Scotch, per 4 quarts... Old Bushmifk Irisn, per 4 quarts Graitnymede 76, per 4 qcsits Ifanover Rye, per 4 quarts Raleigh Springs, per 4 quarts Old Saratoga, per 4 quarts Red Top, per 4 quarts I. W. Harper, per 4 quarts C. R. T. Best Rye, per 4 quarts Jefferson Club, per 4 quarts Lower Moods Chief, per 4 quarts Ech#, per 4 quarts Monagram, per 4 quarts Three lells, per4 quarts .. $8.06 .. -7.00 ... 7.60 ...S.00 ...S.00 ...5.00 . 5.00 ...500 ..5.00 ...4.00 ...3.00 ..3.00 ...2.50 ...2 50 2.50 Case Goods Bottled in Bond ' Id Ciow 5's, per 4 quarts J5 50 hill & Hill, per 4 quarts 5.00 Old Stock, per 4 quarts 4.50 G. R. Sharpe, 4 auarts 4.50 BARRELGOODS Flaxm a n Mruilty Vhishey. Lnht yurs tld.ftr ul!<r ....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Augustine Tribune — 20 June 1913

f p i.. Daddy 's Bedtime Story Blinkers Liked To Bark at The Moon Home is n pood place for bovv nnrl elrls to stay. Evolyn urn! Jack were not nlwn.vH so sure of tins, n!tlioii«b thoy were en refill not to say so when IViteliie u-ns aliont. I'atclile was Jack's new fox terrier puppy, and I'atililo was sncti 'g care I :u!t1y lanplied at I'atchle "When he pets older he'll have more sense,'' 'be would say when the children complained of the pranks of their pet "Winkers learned nctter. :ir.il he was a pood deal worse than our Patchte Bilukers was a little fox terrier puppy with black marks over his ey«s. "Sometimos when he had I very, very bad the folks would say. 'We Just can't keep that puppy any longer.' Then the little pirl whose doppte Blinkers was would wail and weep until she was told that I'.llnkers wouhi be given another chance. •••You'll wear out your welcome sooner or later, mark niv words,' old Watch, the bin Newfoundland, who lived in the stable, often warned Blink ers, and ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Augustine Tribune — 20 June 1913

'A A !\ J V I 1 \ -J / LOCAL AND PERSONAL. A. J. Wood spent Sunday night in Center visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. f. B. Saunders left Tuesday for Lexington, Tennessee. R.N. Stripling left Mondí y for Galveston for a few da>s stay. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. •>. V . Jennings Saturday June 14th a daughter. "Boss" Eddinys is spending the week with his father at Patroon. Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Bierhalter visited friends at Bronson Tues- day. Miss Mary Slaughter enter- tained several couples last night with a delgihtful dance. Major Lan ar Blount 6pent yebterday in Nacogdoches visit- ing relatives. Chas. Crouch of Oklahoma is visiting relatives here this week, this being his former home. Andrew T. Davie, now of Gainesville and a former citizen of this city, is vibitiiig relatives here this week. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Widows who have been visiting at Hunts- ville the last few days, has re- turned home. Frank Childers of Wichita Falls spent Monday here confer- ring with county officers regard-...

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