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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 24 November 1904

% MW) hMuiw WSew irtiiiiBiiiiiidbaiiiniiirii^imriii'^rrirt^ iti; ifriiinrr>*nf-rr i-rinsr VfoifriiimirMiyinnmifWflti^ViiilrwriimiwwntrtiyfT^ s&BB&aWWsisra*^ waem 1;: 181 ip & ^V- [ ^ • * : , . mm illfe: THE PILLS THAT niRF RHEUMATISM Stoty, of No. 532 Mas kingdom Ave., Zanes- ville, Ohio, says: ''My husband suffered from rheumatism so that he could hardly stand* His back hurt and he had such pam in his left arm that he could not rest night or day. The doctor did him no good and it was not until he tried Dr. Williams' Pink Pills that he was helped. She boxes cured him completely and he has not had an ache or a pain since. We think the pills are the best medicine in the world." Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People cute rheumatism because they make new blood* It would be fc 0j not to try a remedy with such a convincing record of cures. •OLD BY ALL DRUQ&STS. Plith of Imp and Camel* tn Get-many bear's flash is greatly favored, and smoked bear tongues, bams and saus...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 24 November 1904

- ife * - 1^11 / i js^i %™-j.£ Jj-'* - IS* IS# % SOCIETIES. ;.' * i^i TIM WESSBUI.L MAGDA THOR3V A. 0. U. W. Meets regularly every 2nd and 4th Wednesday. Transit brethern are cordially invited to attend. M. O; Levey, M. W, Wm."Kenper, Jr,. Recorder. mchvi,BJrmmjm« z,on&m jro.&ae K. of P. Meets every 1st and 8id Wednesday night In theii Setglemann's hall. All Tlslting Knights are cordially Invited to attend the mfsdnw o? the lodge A. B. CAMPABELL, C C. B. F. JOHNSON, K.of K.& S. Lyons Lodge, No. 195. rS. JF. *2. .7*. Meets on Friday on or before the first ful) moon Id eech month. Tran Blent brethren are oordially Invited to at- tend. R. S. Tannk*, W, M FukdEbelino, Sec'j WESTERN STAR LODGE, NO. 174 <(30^1 °- °-F- Meets regularly each Tuesday night Transient brethren are cordially invited to visit as. Wra. Cornelson, N. G. Neil! McKlnnon, Secretary. Sua Set Camp, No. 120 w. o. w. Meets every 1st and 3rd Friday in fill month. Visiting brethern are eordtally Invited to me...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 1 December 1904

gfei 's'-1 p |pf£§£ ? §§l®l BH P? ■ DO YOU AVBBTISB? fflaj/mond *11?in free, Sditor. VOLUME X!. • •- "£WV T«« I'filrtriK^ iHJSTTK THE STICKER tPlain Words jie €ver &Ao Zftest. One 'Dollar a 2/e ar SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER, I, 1904, NO. 18. BERMUDA VALLEY Stock Farm, DR; I. E. CLARK, Proprietor. SCHULENBURG. TEXAS o **r *mJ Br..d" «(staodtrd and Thoroaskbred HORSES M if ItlitirU Ritf polled ind Registered Hclsteu CATTLE. ftunout standard bred Stallion J B, and the o«l«brated thoroughbred stallion Panmure •re *ew permanently located at my Farm. Service ef either 125.00 oash with return privilege season, in ease of failure to foal. Corres- pondence with prospective purchasers of Fine Bfcock or Cattle la resoeot-fullv solicited. PANMURE MW? Ws0- COTTON Must be handled by EXPERT Gin- ners if its delicate fiber is to be preserved and the highest market price realized from its sale.^-®2^* BRING IT TO ME &- Lumber, Bviilders* Hardware. '—>5. T. Schae...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 1 December 1904

.v- s KflF %(fe w?yr £ mM m&smim, MIAMI mtutmi iniaitVfn nf^ilr* i .Kiiiiirri!Wiiin>iiSW>t khm H> #y+, . . • X '4 jgf|||: SP£ .rih ' % K ?-<CV... 1 fwK ' * 1 teS ill «1 . vV^ p,p I"'. ill 4- - m> v±t. m M tm The Schutenburg Raymond Winfrbb, Publisher. SCHULENBURG, - TEXAS. A publisher says his wife's salt foi divorce has ruined his business. He ought to have been an actor. ) It iB not always safe to judge the State of our prosperity by the prices put on the new hats for women. THMSCIVINC BANQUET IN LONDON Ambossador Choate at the American Colony's Din-1 ner-The 'title "American" Criticisedi Andrew Carnegie says we will have universal peace in the year 3000. We don't care what they have in 3000. The wonder is that the .Thaws should object to anyone—even a cho- rus girl—taking Harry oft their hands. The man who doesn't know enough to look sober when a girl says that she is mad with him is sadly inexpe- rienced. The maii who says his wife deserted him thirty-seven ti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 1 December 1904

wwwww 2Sgl&&. m '€ KB*- fm. i-* rap E SEVERA'S REMEDIES *'* * Several Stomach Several Heart Tonic quickly over- comes all beatt aflections.dropsy,1J palpitation, im- ] ( promote the rvrtect circttia- J r . don. fainting ], secretions 01 stomach rem. Price $1. 41 aid digest Bitters Seven's Severa's Soothing Drops * tion, stimti- 41 j 1 fate the J > * orgasis, ■ | bring comfort and natural sleep to children. Coun- teract pain/colic and cramps, over- come all spasms and fever and re- * ^ gulate the diges- I Ition. Price 25c. overcomes aJl* *> aild NCfifalgia discr- * \ overocwaae , ^ dere and cbnges- J weakness 1 qlaidd:L315(3 - „ lion, proiaofees , Weaioaess $ Hianentily core all Ifee ieakby acti- J> and itivigo- 1 tas of headache vity of the -or-J i n««*^lffia, lT «ane«nd'COttater- 4 ► f «e Wte i' menstrual pains jr acts all troubles .1 • whole ■> ^J3<^ allay all fe- incideiEt to preg- } vers. Have no in- nancy, -childbirth £ sy€te«l, J jurious effect up- and c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 1 December 1904

ij S8ji 'SsNP T£be ©ticker RAYMOND WiHFREE, Editor and Publisher. SUBSCRIPTION, $1.00 PER ANNUM Entered at the Sctmlenburg postof2.ce as aecond-class matter. Ths Sticker invites the public to keep it; posted, concerning the goings and comings of] the town. If you are leaving town or have nl, pvfpn^l^rl friends visiting you or departing, drop us a ,1"1 line that we may make note of it. But be sure toaignyournameto.it as an evidence of its vgenuiaeness. PLANS A SOUTHERN TRIP, THURSDAY. DEC. 1, 1904. JOSEPH W. BAILEY, For President 1908. IS THE SOUTH TO BR THE VICTIM OF PARTISAN FOLLY? Indications point very strjngly to the fact liiat. there is going to be trouble for the South at no distant clay, Ever since her people, by patience, fidelity to conviction and perfectly conslituional meth- ods, threw off the control of the alien and carpetbagger and retook control of their state government, extreme republican partisans like Crumpacker have been devising some scheme whereby to restore as...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 1 December 1904

BBsfe W&:^- m-i THANKSGIVING BALL. : • HORNER'S WANTED Highest Price Paid, eitherCashor Trade jff At HORNER'S. 1 ,Vff£Her REPORT. The following is tl e market report as compil- ed by H, Horner, and changed weekly, accord- ing to the highest market prices paid. CHANGED EVERY WEDNESDAY Cotton new per lb quiet 8-81-2 Cotton Seed per 100 lbs bo Com new fggs : - 22 Ir2 Butter (cooking; * Butter (table) - ------ J*S Chickens (as to size) Not wanted Roosters - Turkeys per lb r ®c Bacon <c Lard Cabbage Potatoes Cotton: Ginners report 9,640,000 bales against §,360,000 last year. gutter Market:—No Quotation. Chix No d^mafld. Eggs: Firm Turkeys fail demand. We'll print it for you. Try us. Christmas candies, the finest in the land, at Henry Meyer's. 9> Mr. Henry Voelkel is having an addition built on hw residence. Fresh line of crackers at Ebel- ipg & Voelkel'b, Mr. Joseph Heinrich of Galves- ton was m the city the past week. Fire work, fire works, get your fire works at Henry Mey...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 1 December 1904

The First Drop Counts. * Percy—Molly, for your sake I'd shed the last drop of my blood! Molly—Yes, all young men say that. Bat somehow they seem very careful never to shed the first drop.—New Yorker. The Best Place for It. 'I'd like to make a good, safe bet on the election," said Chance. "What vonld you advise?" "Put your money in it, by all means," replied Mr. Wisa. In what?" "A good safe." "Who Was Conceited? "If there's anything I hate it's a conceited person, and that Blowley is certainly the limit" "What makes you think him con- ceited?" "S "He told someone he knew as much as I know." ife;-: A Money-Making Combination. Friend—How are you doing now? Scribbler—First rate. Rev. Mr. Saintlie and I have gone Into partner- ship Making money hand over fist. "Eh? How do-you manage?" *1 write books and he denounces them.**—New York Weekly. The Fictitious Bootjack. "That. Thomas cat must be very old,** said the first feline. "I guess he is," replied the other. "Oh, he must be,or else he'...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 1 December 1904

iS-F'-fe ilSI SIS' MteMta 'f;^::rr' - HKiilS?8 Bia^ras RHB £$*. I*1 Ite fcWJND TRIP HOLIDAY SXGUTtSION ! RATES to the East and Southeast, Via the H. & T. R. R. Rate one fare, plus $2; tickets on sale December 20, 21, 22 and 26, 1904. Limit thirty days from date of sale. Excellent service; good con- nections. Visit the old folks at home. Round trip tickets at cheap rates also on sale between all Texas points, De- cember 23, 24, 25, 26, 31 and January 1; limited January 4 for return. For information relative to rate, connec- tions, etc., see local ticket agents, or address M. L. Robbins, G. P. A., Hous- ton, Texas. Two men were charged" with steal- ing slippers from a church at Clonta- ra, Ireland, and the slippers were found on the premises. Later it was discovered that a sacrilegious dog had stolen the slippers. i J -J-y CDCE A BEAUTIFUL SPOON I llbn For Your Name and Address Send us our signature, cut from a package of Cheek & Neal Porto Rico Coffee and your name and addres...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 1 December 1904

mMmf, 18131 jsp i I v k%!" •■' i Jk:^= «♦ SOCIETIES. A. O. U. W. Meets regularly every 2nd and 4tb Wednesday. Transit brethern are cordially invited to attend. M. 0. Levey, M. W, Wrn. Kenper, Jr,. Recorder. seavjuwurstsrsec jLoenas jr&.zfto K. of P. Meets every 1st and 3rd Wednesday night In tieii Senfi-lemann' s hall. All visiting Knights are cordially invited to attend the m^etintrs of the lodge A. B. CAMPABELL, C C. B. P. JOHNSON, K. of K.& a. Lyons Lodge, No. 195. .£. JF. 9 «ff. J7S. Meets on Friday on or before the first full coon Id each month. Tran sient brethren are cordially invited to at- tend. R. S. Tanheh, W,JV1 Frsd Ebelino, Sec>y .r w WESTERN STAR LODGE, NO. 174 I. 0. if. Meets regularly each Tuesday night Transient brethren are cordially invited to visit as. Win. Cornelson, N. G. Neill McKinnon, Secretary. Sun Set Camp, No. 128 w. o. w. Meets every 1st and 3rd Friday In the month. Visiting brethern are oordially invited to meet with us. Chris, Baumgarten, J...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 8 December 1904

&:■ ■. ' -•5" -v vs^v^ 1 * - lpif£ v-. WMrr%^'' ^ UST|Jf R:-. 1 s%-: Persistence. The persistent advertiser is the most successful advertiser-. You may impress a few people J,,by advertising just once. But if l' you wish to convince the great [ mass of people, keep at it. - Job Printing. You can not afTord to give your printing into inexperienc- ed hands. Let us do it and we guarantee that you will be well pleased. Dispatch is our Motto. Raymond ItJinfree, Gditor. ' S*Iciin Words jte Sver 3he ffiest. One foliar a 2/ear VOLUME XI. SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER, 8, 1904. NO. 19. BERMUDA VALLEY Stock Farm, DR. I. E. CLARK, Proprietor. SCHULENBURG. TEXAS ****** Md Breeder mt standard and Hioroaghbrei HORSES Ui if Bflstirrt R«d Polled d Registered Hclsteli CATTLE. The famous standard bred Stallion J B, and the celebrated thoroughbred stallion P&nmur* are new permanently located at my Farm. Service «f either (25.00 cash with return privilege next season, i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 8 December 1904

I -. ? v jBm m MV SI mj- ?■:■ ■V up WZ%'M *pMz- m , r.--: = , m MM The Schuienburg Sticker Raticoxd "Winfkse, Publisher. SCHULENBURG-, - TEXAS. EVENTS OF EVERYWHERE. Prairie fires are doing great dam- tge in many parts of Oklahoma. Two head dredgemen, the first to •tart, left Chicago for Panama Sat unlay. Lawton, Ok., claims that' the Frisco will build large shops there at an ear- It date. Friday morning the 16-month-old daughter of Mrs. Alma Porter, of Howe, visiting at Van Anstyne, drank an ounce of carbolic acid and died an bosur later. / Upon President Diaz's recommenda- tion to stableise the value of the Mexican dollar that coin has risen Croat 45 cents to 50 cents in exchange ▼aloe. General John M. Wilson, chairman ef the inaugural committee, has ap- pointed Lieut. Gen. Adna Chaffee, chief of staff, to be grand marshal of the in- 1 parade. An eight-foot vein of coal was acci- dentally discovered near Arapaho, O. T- at a depth of 150 feet by well drill- ers. Immediately a compa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 8 December 1904

K' * --~§&i ' fe'r*:|^-^ H-& ' ri i~' - RESS TODAY ME8SAG& WILL BE DELIVERED TUESDAY. LITTLE WOBK FOR FIRST WEEK A Thousand Pension Bills to Be Con* aide red—Objection to Se.ati ng H«flin of Alabama. yi~. IBpg. ' r>W, : Kits fMfy- Bf W- - ^ Washington, Dec. 5.—Little in the •way of legislative business is expect- ed the first week of the session of ■congress. The first day will be devot- ed to calling the roll and swearing In new members who have been elect- ed to fill vacancies. The usual com- mittee will be appointed to inform the president that congress is in session, and the resolution notifying the pres- ident that congress is ready for busi- aes will be passed, Tuesday the pres- ident's message will be read, but it -is not likely that any other business will be transacted. There Are a num- ber of minor matters of legislation which will be considered on Wednes- day and Thursday, as no special order has been made concerning general measures. It is possible that th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 8 December 1904

UN, ■:y ?X- m ■ £ ' Hggp^ XTbe Sticker. GRIM VISAGED WA£. HO The doughty Japs, jnarsballed i ' j in arms and magnificent in tholr RAYMOND WiHFREE, Editor and Publisher. s;,.: n array, are pouring rapidly i forward with impetuous- speed, | HALLETSVILLE. For vonr SUBSCRIPTION, $i.oo PER ANNUM Entered at the Schulenburg postofflce as oecond-olas8 matter. The Stickeii invites the public to keep it posted concerning the goings and coinings of the town. If you are leaving town or have friend3 visiting you or departing, drop us a line that we may make note o£ it. But be sure to sign your name to it as an evidence of its tmn< genuineness. THURSDAY, DEC. 8, 1904. JOSEPH W. BAILEY, For President 1908. Wedding bells! Christmas hells! But didn't it fall. Not Arthur, but Kingr Cotton. Foit What was that \ye heard rum- Mi.lff? Oh, vey, the f:i 11 in«2T of 12,000,000 hales of cotton. And .the fall almost killed father. Many an old porker squealed* for the last time this week. Now, for spare rib...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 8 December 1904

i THE MINISTER'S SON. HORNER'S WANTED Highest Price Paid, either Cash or Trade . At HORNER'S. ■TTTT .U.1RHET REPORT. , The following Is the market report as compil- ed bv H. Horner, and chaneed -weekly, accord- ing to the highest market prices paid. CHANGED EVERY WEDNESDAY Cotton new per lb qniet v 6-6 1-2 Cotton Seed per 100 lbs ... 65 Corn new 35-40 EggS 1_- tsuuer (cooking) — . Butter (table)..: - — Chickens (as to size) — Not wanted Roosters Turkeys per lb._ 2° Bacon <° Lard \ Cabbage Potatoes Cotton: Government report, 12.162,000 bales. Decline of 2c in 8 days. No reliable quotation can be given, Butter Market:—No Quotation. Chii No demand. Eggs: Firm Turkeys fail demand. A fl- an d Levey sells cheaper. \ We'll print it for you. Try u-s. Miss Bettie Campbell is visiting inGTidden. Any one desiring casings call on Mr. Depmore. He has them. Mrs. F. W. Periitz has returned from a pleasant visit to LaGrange. LeyeV sells cheapest. Mr. Chris. Steinmann of La- Grange was in the cit...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 8 December 1904

m m ^'tSlTifE-OLD BCofcK ••Henry, love, is your will made?" "Yes." "Have you put on your shirt of autn?" -Yes." And jauntily pinning on his placard, "I am not drunk; my skull may be fractured," the modern citizen of a great city started for business. HIS DEBUT. The summer girl may have her day, We know it to our cost; But at our windows now we see The winter man—Jack Frost. Knicker—Jones has a scheme to offer Japan.' Bocker—What is it? Knicker—To strew banana peelings around Port Arthur so as to hasten the fall. VALUE. We often discover, As likely as not, A chip in the pocket's Worth two in the pot. Methuselah was observed to chuckle. "Just thinking how I fooled that insurance agent when I bought my an- nuity," he explained. With a light heart he went off to celebrate his 400th birthday. AUTUMN. How Nature's workings harmonize! We see it everywhere, For now she grows chrysanthemums To match the football hair. The Man Who Shook Hands With George Washington sighed dismally. "To think,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 8 December 1904

Step- • TB PSDs Hut Core DOING WITHOUT THE SUN. Mrs. Dora B. Frazier, N&.140 Althea St., Providence, R. I., feas beea cured of Nervous Prostration by* the use of Dr. WOSams' Pink PiSs lavs: years and was several times at the point of death. My weight went down to seventy-five pound s. I was afflicted with nervousness, dizziness, suffocating spells, swelling of limbs, sleeplessness and irregularities. I had a good doctor but he could not help me. The first box of Dr. Wil- liams' Pink Pills did me good and I continued their use until 1 was cured. I am now perfectly well." These pills are a specific for all disorders of the nerves from neuralgia to partial paralysis. Sold by all Druggists. CDCC A BEAUTIFUL SPOON v HIbIb For Yow Name and Address tend us oar signature, cut from a package ot Cheek & Neal Porto Rico Coffee and your name and address and we wtQ mail you at onoe a handsome, heavily plated teaspoon. This ia just one of the 65 PREMIUMS Given Abaolutdly Free tb an users ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 8 December 1904

^AIEBRIR ■-• "TJI % *. ■ . l «! ' t|Jt -- p %. * SOCIETIES. Robert Blum Lodge 54. a. o. u. w. Meets regularly every 2nd and itb Wednesday. Transit brethern are cordially invited to attend. M. 0. Levey, M. W. Wm. Keuper, Jr,. Recorder. memUM.JKJYMITJBtO MjOMfCHBJrO.ua* K. of P. Meets every 1st and 3rd Wednesday night la theii Senelemann' 8 hall. All visiting Knights are cordially invited to attend the m^stinsrs of th<? lodge A.B. CAMPABELL, C C. B. F. JOHNSON. K. otH.& S. Lyons Lodge, No. 195. jt. *z. .11. Meets on Friday on or before the first full moon in each month. Transient brethren are cordially invited to at- tend. R. S. Tanneh,V, M 7R2D Eb elino , Sec ' j WESTERN STAR LODGE, NO. 174 I. 0. 0. P. 4 Meets regularly each Tuesday night Transient brethren are cordially invited to visit us. Wm. Cornelson, N. G. Neill McKinnon, Secretary. Sod Set Camp, No. 120 W. O; w. Meets every 1ft and 3rd Friday In the month. Visiting brethern are eordialJy invited to meet with us. Chris, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 15 December 1904

1 SI. THE SI. ' STICKER * JOB « PRINTINS S/iai/mo7td Win freej Publisher. tPlain Words Sire Sver the S3 est. One 'Dollar a 2/c <J58 ear. VOLUME XI. SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER, 15, 1904. NO. 20. BERMUDA VALLEY Stock Farm, / / DR. I. E. CLARK, Proprietor. *mB' SCHULENBURG. TEXAS Owner and Breeder of Standard and HORSES All if Rglstertd Red Polled and Registered Koisteli CATTLE. The famous standard bred Stallion J B, and the celebrated thoroughbred stallion Panmur# are now permanently located at my Farm. Service of either $25.00 cash with return privilege next season, in case of failure to foal. Corres- pondence with prospective purchasers of Fine Kjvnv or Oafctle is respeot-fullv solicited. PANMURE A Message From Heaven. ... -win Not in the cold and cheerless grave, Beloved, do I lie— Not where the grass and flowers wave! Weep not! That Is not I! Ah. would that for one little* hour Thou couldst mv bli.<:< descrv! Thou canst! Thou shalt: In Faith th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 15 December 1904

ly *-1 '{■% IP m W'':^ K RS<£&V' • p: v . i— ■; . BySfc jgp 8 £V' f i ■ ? m Wmh i \ ' ? jgiitKi- t" tt£" . * a" ;': ARMORED CRUISER TENNESSEE LAUNCHED AT PHILADELPHIA 31 "Tift «P. hEIWZ «?*TXJ5 u ."A. \ifilt loaJc compts-td The armored cruiser Tennessee was i launched Dec. 3, at the yards of Wil- liam Cramp & Sons, Philadelphia. The christening party included Gov. Fra- zier of Tennessee, and his staff, Mrs. Prazier and their daughter, Annie Keith Frazier, who was sponsor for the ship. Up to almost the moment when, the big warship started down the ways, a drizzle of sleet and rain fell continu- ously, but during the actual launching the sun shone through the clouds, the sky again becoming overcast shortly after the ship took the water. Miss Frazier carried a huge bouquet of American Beauty roses to which was attached a bottle of champagne, and as the vessel was about to take its initial dip she struck the prow two resounding blows, at the same time pronouncing the baptisma...

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