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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 15 December 1904

# T"rvw Pte •A J1 v¥sV* '•' • Soldier Made Poor "Supe.* Frederick Lemaitre, the French, ac- 'tor, was playing Robert MacaAre in a town of France where two soldiers of the garrison represented the police- men who had to arrest hira. In the spirit of his part he gave one 'of them ,a vigorous kick. "Ha, he must see to this!'" cried the infuriated sol- dier, and promtply knocked Lemaitre into the orchestra. At this there was a terrific din, and the soldier began to se« that the vindication of his uni- form was not popular. But Lemaitre, when he regained the stage, took the gendarme by the hand and said: "Ex- cellently we'll done, my friend. The uni-form must be respected, even in the theater. Come to lunch with me to-morrow ■&&& bring your comrade." A lazy man said to his wife: "We've nothing left to eat; it seems impossi- ble for me to make the two ends meet." His wife replied: "its up to us to see that we are fed; you hustle and make one end meat and I'll make the other br...

Publication Title: Schulenburg Sticker, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 15 December 1904

Tj- W-' '' - > ZUbe Sticker. RAYMOND WINFREE, Editor and Publisher. & >. • .SUBSCRIPTION, S1.00 PER ANNUM at th* Schulenburg postofflce as! •I-rlast. rna'ter. The stiotten Invites the public to keep it posted concerning the goinjrs and comings of ihf town. If you are leaving town or have friend- visitincr you or departing, drop us a "lire ihatvemayroate note ot it. But be sure j c sign your name to it as'an evidence of its, gdaninenees. THURSDAY, DEC. 15 , 1904. ! . JOSEPH W. BAILEY, Fur President 1008. With five delivery routes from | this office Mr. Hoeffert id a little | busy these da. vs. ' New fa-ts are c<>mh.g to Iifoj every day in .the Cbadwick case J and it will proye one of the mostj sensational cases ever developed in j the States. e§i!pte)fe! celBSw W. M. Hoffman and His Marvelous Engine r£l A few of the farmers are holding tbeir cotton for better prices. And this is the only way to get the prices is to hold till the demand brings it up. The promptness in ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 15 December 1904

'i - zi mm■ ■MmM- HORNER'S WANTED rf-H THE MOVING PICTURE SHOW. q lU Highest Price Paid, either Cash or Trade At HORNER'S. M-MMKBT tttiPOar, The following is the market report as compil- ed by H. Horner, and ohaneed weekly, accord- ing to the hiebeet market prices paid. CHANGED EVERY WEDNESDAY Cotton new ptr lb quiet 6-61-2 Cotton Seed per 100 lbs .. —, 6o Ogaaew ^ Batter (cooking) T—'l| Batter (table). <-« Chickens (as to size) —■ Not wanted Roosters - - > Turkeys per lb™ - . —- 2° v - 7c Lard ...... — Cabbage a ...*. Potatoes v— Cotton Decline of 2c In 8 days can be given. Batter Market.—No Quotation Chlx No demands Eggs: Firm Turkeys fall demand. Government* report, 12 163,000 bales. "So Levey sells cheaper. We'll print it for you. Cheap, cheaper, cheapest at Levey's. Mrs. P. J.-Shaver of Borden is the guest of the Mesdames Perlitz ✓ # I can now di liver all the mail boxes for' which I h vu taken orders. H. P. Schaefer. Mr. Frank Ohenhaus has just completed nice residence i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 15 December 1904

The Schulenburg Sticker Raymond Winfree, Publisher. SGHfllLENBURG, - TEXAS. EVENTS OF EVERYWHERE. •T- U I wm ■ffj If:': |'-W *.i m f, ■ fV-;£: ~ v V U ' ; . IImO • ImM £ 1& jip *il§l WI jiiiii „ ,t ' • J _ ; Emperor Nicholas has conferred tpon Lieut. Gen. Sakharoff and Lieut. Sea. Bilderling, (old swords of honor, •et with brilliants and inscribed "for Valor." John Reed, a prominent citizen of Honey Grove, who was kicked by his horse Tuesday afternoon, died Thurs- flay night and was buried here Fri- day. John Keeling, who fell from a rail- road culvert at Roxton Monday nignc and sustained , a brdken thigh, died Fri- day night from the effects of the in- juries. The dead body of Alfred Barry, whose home was at Hamilton, was found badly decomposed, and with his skull crashed in seed house at the Dublin oil mill. Several Pinkerton men lately went West looking out for the man who robbed the Fargo Express and mur- dered the messenger at Daggett, Cal, a few days since. Fred Odell, a p...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 15 December 1904

"S&S ■H@£ . , - 5 - :". llli IK y; Slf?: 1 .'V-' It FARMERS RESOLVE TOHOLD COTTON Farmers* Union Would Buy Futures for May Deliv- • ery, Too-Tired of Being Robbed. "NIGHT AND DAY BANK." Oakleigh Thorne President of New Unique Institution. Oakleigh Thorne, who is to be presi- dent of the new "night and day hank," at New York, is president of the North American Trust company, and an of- Farmersville, Texas, Dec. 10.—The following preamble and resolution^ were passed unanimously by Prairie GroVe Farmers' Union on DecemberjS: Whereas, The short speculators of Liverpool and New York have forced the price of cotton down near the cost of production and have made a price that makes It unprofitable to grow cotton, and by" this means bids fair to cripple the entire Southern people, in- cluding banker and merchant as well as farmer; and, Whereas,, It is an established fact that the farmers of the entire cotton belt have the principal part of the cotton now unsold; and, Whereas, The farmers...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 15 December 1904

111 SOCIETIES. Robert Blum Lodge 54. A. O. U. W. Meets regularly every 2nd and 4tk Wednesday. Transit brethern art cordially invited to attend. ■* - M. O. Levey, M. W. Wm. Kenper, Jr,. Recorder. lit Sf/fi 'Afr- fs.-x if-"' mcmvt,Kjrmitjbe lodgb K. of P. Meets every 1st and Sid Wednesday night in theil Senglemann' s ball. All visiting Knights arc cordially invited to attend the m« etin« 8 r>f the lodge A. B. CAMPABELL, CC. B. F. JOHNSON, K. ofii.&S. Lyons Lodge, No. 195. #■. a. .a. Meets on Friday on •r before the first full moon Id each month. Translentbrethren art oordlally invited to at- tend. R. S. Tanner,W M Fred Ebelinq, Sec' j VE8TERN STAR LODGE, NO. 174 I. 0. 0. P. Meets regularly each Tuesday night aosient brethren are cordially invited -> visit us. Wm. Cornelson, N. G. Neill McKinnon, Secretary. „un Set Gamp, No. 126 w. o. w. Meets every lit and 3rd Friday In the month. Visiting brethern are oordlally invited to meet with as. . Chris, Baumgarten, Jr. O. O. Endi. N...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 22 December 1904

Raymond Winfree> Publisher, BERMUDA VALLEY Stock Farm, DR. I. E. CLARK, Proprietor. S1.THB SI. STICKER VOLUME XI. y'm- SCHULENBURG. TEXAS ownw and Breeder ef standard and Tlioroog&breii yffom. sffcw yfiSs^ HORSES M of ligistired Red Polled and Registered Koisteb 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 aext season, in case of failure to foal. Corres- pondence with prospective purchasers of Fine Btook or Oattle is respeot-fullv solicited. YOU BUY FROM S. T. SCHAEFER Will Please You as it is selected carefully & sola only at living prof.ts. He also handles Paints, Oils, Varnish, and Builder ^—HARDWARE HEARSE IN CONNECTION., Tsxai Univsrsity AUSTIN JOB POINTING Plain Words j{re Sver the S& One 'Dollar a 2/ear. SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER, 22, I904, NO. 21. % - r fhe Daily Grind. still have HEAD- QUAR...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 22 December 1904

SPpiPSPir «E& SB i? g§§ Slfe ! •? The Schulenburg Sticker Batmond Winfree, Publisher. SCHULENBUKG, - TEXAS. EVENTS OF EVERYWHERE. A sharp earthquake shock was felt At San Francisco early Friday. No damage was done. The city council of Lawton, Okla., has let the contract to build at $18,250 eity hall, on which work will com- mence inabout 30 days. Nominated by the President to be Chief Justice of the Court of Appeals, District of Columbia: Seth Shepard ol Texas, now associate justice of that tody. The Attorney General of Montana fcas filed a suit against the beef trusk with the object of preventing it from doing buinsess in Montana. A private telegram from Washing- ton states that President Roosevelt has accepted an invitation to visit Waco during hiu visit to Texas. After suffering intense agony for several hours with hydrophobia, Leo JBaies, the nine-year-old son of T. J. Bales, of Waxahachie, died Tuesday morning. Robert Burns' family Bible, contain- ing Interesting family ent...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 22 December 1904

MK? •**>-' ' 6 i The Holly >< "Idler reamed The woodland* long flo, And met beneeth a epreading oak The maiden Mi t e*oe. He bore a (word and (lender spear, And wore a eearlet coat. And (he wi( in a mantle green, With pearli around her throat, The frozert flakes began to fall, They hid the narrow track The happy lovers lost the way. And nevermore came back And etill through winter woods they stray Together in the enow. The ap'dier Holly and his bride, The ^earl-decked Mistletoe. • GERRY TALBOT'S CHRISTMAS DINNER "James," said Gerry Talbot, sud- denly, looking up from the letter he had just received, "you needn't mind -about the rest. The dinner will not come off, after all." The decorated end of the big, sump- tuous studio looked oddly distasteful to Gerry Talbot since the reading of Miss Wakefield's telegram, which had shattered his enthusiastic plans. He had invited her—and, for chaperon- age, her brother and his wife—to a Christmas studio dinner, which he meant to make a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 22 December 1904

-*r ' fX'i II: £foe Sticker. RAYMOND WiNFREE, Editor and Publisher. SUBSCRIPTION, $i.oo PER ANNUM Entered at the Schulenburg postoffice ae icond-class matter. The Sticker invites the public to keep it posted concerning the goings and comings o£ the town. If you are leaving town or have friends visiting you or departing, drop us a r.e that we may make note of it. But be sure sign your name to it as an evidence of its genuineness. THURSDAY, DEC. 22 , 1904. JOSEPH W. BAILEY, For President 1908. SCORE ONE R)R SCHULENBURG. Mr. John Sell wake, a prominent citizen of Fayette county, living at O'Qumn, was in the city one day last week, doing business with our merchants. In conversation with a Sticker reporter he said that he con id get better goods for less price in our city than any other he has traded in. Mr, Schwake live? fourteen long miles from our busy little city, but would rather come hire than go to other places larger and closer. And Mr. Schwake is not the only one, either. Many c...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 22 December 1904

\ icfcfc: i"i"« _ | " W HORNER'S WANTED MM q .0 Highest Price Paid, eitherCashor Trade f| At HORNER'S. k mMmmmMwmwwmm .7I.1RKET REPORT. The following ia the market report aa compil- ed by H. Horner, and chaneea weekly, accord- ing to the highest market price8 paid. CHANGED EVERY WEDNp^DAY Cotton PpW per lb quiet 6-6 1-2 Cotton Seed par 100 lba .. ... 65 Corn new - , Eggs l'( 1*2 20 Butter (booking) — - 7^=12 Butter 'table) 7*§ Chickens (aa to aize) Not wanted Roosters Turkeys per lb- 9rl° Bacon - "P Lard <51-? Cabbage Potatoes. Cptton: Demoralized. Butter Market:-«No Quotation. Chlx No demand. Eggs: Firm Turkeys fail demand. Ea^^fE^rEKa^FF-F TRIBUTE OF RESPECT. Whereas, in His infinite wisdom the Father of all has seen fit. to J J call from our midst Brother! j Charles Margolius, a loyal member j, of Robert Blum Lodge No, 54, j 11 and we feel assured is resting; ''among those who have an everlast- I | inar place of peace; therefore, be it I '' jj Resolved, That to his family we j...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 22 December 1904

V rwm i p ■ m ¥4t In the galaxy of grocery-stove liars, "Hez" Davis easily occupied the soap- box throne. He was a sort of living refutation of the claim that truth is mighty and will prevail. In fact, He- zekiah Davis was a most marvelous ana conscientious prevaricator. None believed him capable of telling the truth, hence no one expected him to speak aught but falsehood—except on one occasion, and even then repent- ance followed quickly. So gracefully, tenaciously and pious- ly did "Hez" Davis lie, that away back in the nebulous state of Time, he had been dubbed "Lying Deacon Davis." The "Deacon" portion of the appella- tion was applied because of his strict attendance upon church services; and the wonderful religious lies associated with his ecclesiastical wool-gatherings of a night, when Morpheus and Me- phisto were playing him tricks and fashioning for his imaginings strange visions, were little short of miracles as related to a news-famished commu- nity next morning. Then, too...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 22 December 1904

HOPE RAPID SPREAD OF PLANTS. Thirty-three tunnels were blasted with dynamite in the construction of the eircum-Baikal branch of the Transsiberian railway. The entire length of the line is only 152 miles. Its construction was begun in 1SG9. Seize Wide Stretches of Land in Glo ^ nt / m 'Many women are denied the' happiness of children through derangement of the generative organs. Mrs. Beyer advises women to use Lydia E Pink- ham's Vegetable Compound. hD*AS Mbs. Putkhah:—I suffered with stomach complaint for years. I .got so bad that I could not carry my children hut five months, then would h&TO a miscarriage. The last time 1 Warn* pregnant, my husband got me to take lydia E. Pinli ham's Vege- table Compound. After taking the first bottle I was relieved of the sick- ness of stomach, and began to feel bet- ter in every way. I continued its use «nd was enabled to carry my baby to maturity. £ now have a nice baby girl, and can work better than I 'ever •could before. I am like a new wo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 22 December 1904

' . • - "" 4 fe 8St: .' >' ' St4 m £L'#v.' W^- lfS :;.* H88^ 11 K;r life SOCIETIES. Robert Blum Lodge 54, a. o. u. w. Meets regularly every 2nd and 4tt Wednesday. Transit brethern art cordially invited to attend. M. C. Levey, M. W. Wm. Kenper, Jr,. Recorder. w WHAT TO DO WITH THE BOY. HNrLjiTHlKC B.OBVK JTO.X'M K. of P. Meets /every 1st and Si£ Wednesday night in tbeli 8ecglem;inn's nail. All visiting Knights art cordially invited to attenc the wpftin<rs of the lodge A. B. CAMPABELL, C C. B. F. JOHNSON, K. oitt.&H. Lyons Lodge, No. 195. .4. JF. it .S..T1. Meets on Friday on or before the first full moon in saoh month. Transient brethren art cordially invited to at- tend. R. S. TANJOS*.W. M FrhdEbklin<j, Sec'; WESTERN STAR LODGE, NO. 174 ({ I. 0. 0. P. Meets regularly each Tuesday night Transient brethren are cordially invited to /nit as. Wm. Cornelson, N. G Neill McKinnon, Secretary. Son Set Samp, No. 120 w. o. w. Meete every 1st and 3rd Friday Is the month. Visiting br...

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

- £. &L T ^ •■; fcjflSf ^K.'" -=:...; f rt:. Twon Uniwiitjr AUSTIN JOB « PRINTING SRaj/monct tCJinfree* {Publisher* iP/ain Words Jfre Gver the Sftest. ■ — One 'Dollar a 2/ear, VOLUME XI. SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 5, 19C)\ ^ NO. 22 iitlii,iiill<ll>l i* . i wm CABfflVII q u ] j EUR ] l> iM >fc&" : ' ' A WEEK OF FUN AND FROLIC WWWWWWVTW'WWWWW A NEWSPAPER POTPOURI. 'ex ": A W'-i4^ ■ Late the other night the change fieod," that familiar ghosf of a newspaper office, and tbe ex- change editor left the building of the San Antonio Express. From the shadows of the house opposite a strange looking man walked to- ward us with show and stiff-legged dignity. His hair was unnatural- ly black and his face preternatural- ly pa'e, bore outward traces of one who bad suffered some horrible ex perience. Reaching out one skin- ny band be seized the lapel of tbe "exchaage fiend's'* coat, and, transfixing him with a stony stare, said, in sepulchral tones: "We...

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

r.v r W'" ppi chuienburg Sticker Raymond Win free, Publisher. SCHULENBURG, - TEXAS. ■ ■ ...r , . .. . = •i'V,- - & $ "Mv." m) -i SR Sr* EVENTS OF EVERYWHERE. All hope of capturing the men who ftrardered Sheriff Russell, of Hugo, I. T., has been abandoned, and the search has ceased. Harry, the 12-year-old son of Mr. *nd Mrs. G. W. Pence of Terrell, while playing, fractured his right arm near the shoulder. A special session of the Commission- ers' Court of Wichita County ap- pointed M. F. Yeager County Judge, vice W. P. Skeen resigned. A sneak thief operated at Union Sta- tion. at Sherman Tuesday, Dave Har- land losing a suit case containing slothing and other articles. Joseph W. Wallace, a lifelong friend of Admiral Dewey, and his shipmate hi the civil war, is dead at his home at Worcester, Mass. He was sevenpr four years old. The State department has been of Hcially informed that mines have been placed in Kelung Harbor, northeast coast of Formosa, and that shipping has been noti...

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

™gj gpp H " i- r - fS K J SKI. I CHURCH SCANDAL INVOLVES PRELATE AND OTHERS OF THE HIGHEST SOCIAL STANDING THE CENSUS DIRECTOR GIVES FACTS Resents Attitude of Ginners---Government's Effort Is to Protect the Producers. PUZZLE PICTURE. mi ££V*Z&- 3X32dJT-2fWlPP27UE' The charges on whl&i influential clergymen and laymen of the Prot- estant Episcopal church are trying to bring to .trial Right Rev. Ethelbert Talbot, bishop of central Pennsylva- nia, are In brief as follows:, Criminal libel, immorality, false statements, the circulation of % false and mali- cious and defamatory reports, falsify- ing, . breach of ordination and conse- cration vows a®d conduct unbecoming a bishop. In a statement: Herbert Noble, a New York lawyer, representing the presenters in the charge against Bish- op Talbot, gave an outline of the course to be followed by his clients in the hearing of; the case. Mr. Noble ■charged that Bishop Talbot "has pur- sued Dr. Irvine relentlessly," and then Quoted from a...

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

a I St^ O : • . f NOTICE O WISH to inform my friends and patrons that I ( have removed to the Russek Building formerly known as the Fruit Palace, and having purchased the stock of F. F. Schaefer will conduct an Up- To-Date Confectionery store in connection with the Soda-water J Factory. Your patronage is earnestly solicited. I Soda Water Man f >• ftbe Sticker. WrWMID WIIFREE, Efflir iri Mblir. SUBSCRIPTION, >1.00 PER ANNUM mSSSSm? postoffloe as tarites the public to keep it jwu ur ucpdruliKi arOD ^."1 fV*k?.note ■ fent be sure geniSi22^Mm® to it m as evidence ot its THURSDAY, JAN. 5, 1906. J08EPH Vf. BAILEY, For President 1908. 1905 JANUARY 1905 sua T MQ> TIE WEI nu FN SAT 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 II 12 13 14 IS 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 We regret very much to note the exodus of so many of our good citizens in the past six month and that others are preparing to leave. Let's hope that they will in the very near futnre decide that there is noplace like Schulen...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 5 January 1905

£$49 H. HORNER Offers For Sale FIRST CAR RECEIVED HERE OF Genuine Bliss Triumph Seed Potatoes _ (RED) % • B Aroostock, Maine growth, also Early Rose and Green Mountain (WHITE) j Eleven Peck sacks 165 lbs net. Prices as low as consistent with quality. At HORNER'S. .VrfiZKCT 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 wednesday Cotton new per lb quiet 5 1-2 Cotton Seed per 100 lbs 65 Corn new 35-40 Eggs 18 Butter (cooking) 7—12 Butter (table) 7-8 Chickens (as to size) - Not wanted Roosters - Turkeys per lb._ 8-9 Bacon 8c Lard 6 1-2 Cabbage Potatoes « Cotton: Demoralized. Butter Jfarket:--No Quotation. * Chlx No demand. Eggs: Steady. Turkeys in demand. Freddie Ebeling saw Ben Hur in Houston last week. Mr. B. F. Johnson was in La (iranse Wednesday last. Mr. Chas. Perlitz and wife yisit- ed LaGrange last week. Mr. W. E. Perlitz and wife were in LaGrange last week. Mr. R. J. Spaceko...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 5 January 1905

ALL WANTED TO HELP A DOG COMX/CTE3 jST MUZ WHA.GG Iff r« m- * ftp: m i m .Caprice in Trimming. Those who are alwayfe on the look- oat for new trimmings should learn to snake "cretes." To make a crete take a frill of silk and scallop both edges. Now shirr it a little way from the edge, until the frill is moderately full, and set it upon the skirt. This will make the edges stand out like narrow ruffles, each side of a full puff. And there are different ways of mak- ing cretes. They take silk and cut it M strips and double it. Both edges tare now pinked or frilled, frayed, or scalloped. The frill is now shirred over a narrow cording and the cord Is pulled until the frill is just full enosgh. It is sewed on the skirt or the waist upside down, so that the edges will stand out in the smartest Imaginable fashion. Light Blue Silk Waist. Blouse of pale blue louisine, the front' and back forming a plastron ornamented with fagoting. The col- lar and narrow chemistte are of guipure, bordered wi...

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