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   Weimar Mercury, The (Newspaper) - June 10, 1893, Weimar, Texas                                THE WEIMAR VOLUME COLORADO JUNE NUMBER OPERA irXDKIt THE OIEEA I LfcT S A Hj n s v w nTlio ftriest Billiard Parlor in the BY A I did us lie Late n following day J received Balls Complete And Bats my I mated Wo Rfttnidc tiv Bide in tfiotown school and graduated from Princeton in the same Tfic lie referred to wtia one of long utilising between and n shoe inn mi fact nrer named Sonic nix mouths before Fairfax had supplied me wilb n largo of of nn inffrior grade from Hi one whEch I bud nnd now 1m was trying to make me pny for 1 Imd demanded reduction on Hie invoice price from Fairfax one day wbtn I met IIKII on tho find to thin lie Imd miule nn onil hut now fio demurred mid intended o HIIO for ihofull Idi I ran prove thnt he agreed tt n reduction of ir per for a proper I paid no attention to either ol these At the same time 1 was served witb notice lo the effect that the cnse would come up in the regular court beld in an adjoining town on he following I suppose I am in for I said lo Im afraid you You would hare loen bettor off if you had taken my advice in tbe lim t will do the bent I can for I know you I want you to let every one know Unit the reason I dout pay tbe bill is because I think Fairfax n Ill make it hot for laughed my Lemon Vanilla Best Grandpas Wonder THE BEST C CIGARS IN THE naked he Biiiil BO it nil That in no If 3011 tax liim about it in court lie was not because I would bave 1 lost the but it was having H judgment ontored against me Thin is someUling every true buainess tntin hates to have 1 passed Saturday and Sunday in a moat uncomfortable frame of On the latter duy I went to church witb my but nil through tbo service I could not help trying to think of the name or face of tbe witness that was wanted to Have I endeavored to run alphabetically through n list of my and followed this up by thinking first of all the browntieitdcd men I then the and finally tbe But it was all to no purpose uud I gave a groan Unit made my wife think I waa and givo me a midge in the ribs to awaken Ivo got to go to Ilamsttiiie to said aa be tcrnii my store early Monday and I wont be able to ace you agniu before the But that doesnt for Ive got tho whole tiling laid out aa far aa it will lie euro and meet me at he Liberty Court House nt Fine Imported Brandy nnd all kinds of Imported The Finest Blackberry sonic outside party witness to the bargain1 There Who waa il that was the Ever since I Imd dolled Fujrfux to go to law mill collect tho bill 1 bud boon trying to tliink of the gentleman who iad boon with me on ttnit It was some ono 1 did not know very and 1 bud forgotten him within tin hour und now try my beat I could not recall either Ilia face or lus If cmt tell me who this party in I will cull on him and BOO if ho the wont on my If lie docs yon arc safe if not your citeo goes to Lliitfax must know I Thnt ieni tho you know SURE DEATH LJ TO Here Tile Gratdest LiffC of SPpitg Goods h city itasjtist arrived from AH latest Dress Goods Zephyr former 10c SUlt TiUTtu worth at 20 Satin Stripe worth at 20 Figured worth at 8 36 worth at KJ Lonsdale worth at IO of the at 10 Mliitc Ciiruin TuUlo Embroidered Diitimtik Table LIICUB HIM EaibroUleripB of nil nt tile lowest liricea for Tlifl liirgeat and luat BCleijtcil lino of Mona mid Straw anit Felt Summer Icrctilo iiontOXrORb ill clrMMd mill tmdrVNwii fmt oho ol the nnd tlncst llnu ill tbe n PINAFORES nil tliv latest anil correct EvRCe crronc now iittkB for Dlttnian We out TOE SLIFPERJ tlicin We con HI nnd suit allold joimi tnlsncs and be bent in mens and Patent Lcatlier and Calf Shoes ami Wo auit tbe most Beat attention shown to Dry Qoods who is it ahe with I saw at once who be but a considerable show of lie didnt know mo from it came lo mo juat as l let ou We W0llt to na i M t ted and ho was Boon Bound easy aa nnj thing 1 went f lHy nwuko tliiliklng ovor your I was in the courtroom and cn8C wondering whether you the lawyer asked me to namo tho or the man beaide mo would man and I said 1 said I guess be muat bave hud tbe And then I did my beat to tbink sumo tiling in for pretty aoou of what I Imd ho begau to toaa and talk iu Ida what I said I ran Ive got nld my hands through my Imlr half a You cant win tide dozen confound These words made me wide tho thing Ive forgotten it aud I listened eagerly for wbut again And true enough that might name nnd face butt slipped through Pretty aoou ho took WESTERN The Sauntcrer lias a friem tho staff of a western newel with whom bo often exchange teresting The 1 bit received at thil office wae cut from a sumll r published In Nortb Dakota many friends of bo pleased to learn thnt not In serious ao the i Is not ao severe as at flnt The particulars of 11 fortunate affair are intore U seems that E wlii ing upstairs saw a mouse rt hind A Her cries heard by tbo hired hastened to the arinei his gun and followed by hit fnl B took courage and poked tit rel with boe ran tho dog started in p the hired nmn II the doc pail K fainte the hired thinking b killed her and that hewoi arrested for took heels and ban not been hei The mouse eacap Boston BUSINESS OPRpRTUNITYl Wo ollbr lur iilo tho Thorn erly on iho corner north of Hi iilll ut very rcmnoimbUj urr property in eonaUlotwl tho able business location In Iho u run tor euu ntwitja Lu eeci If iho puruhusur of t orry will put up a two story stono building la ilaue of the we can eoour particulars upily to Kind red A try your bent to do no diiriiifi thn I will call Into I lite nfi erne Witb tliceo wonia Dud wort h passed out of tbo leaving mo very with my I bud a mnaa of figuring to do thai but 1 cuat it nil anil 1 did my beat to follow Ida instruct But hougb I smoked half a dozen cigars mid nearly stared the plaater off the 1 Arrived at no satisfactory Once or twice I fancied I bnd the name of a witness on in tonguoe but it slipped back before I could utter Finally I threw Hway throequart era of the lust cigunind turned to my riisolved to lose hall a doxeii cases rather than to think myself Into nit insane Dodworth emne back at 5 oclock und cheerily jwked whtit I I couldnt think of that JIIIUIH namoifuiy life depended on Then you hud better pity up and huvc the case Not 11 bit of 1 auld I want you to fight him all jou Tut him under the cloBfHt croBHexainhmtioii yon possibly can of Ill do f you insist oti going I only wnnt you to be prepared for tlufcul if it I will Ive cut unother ho went rubbing Ida uhiu Supposo you put u pLretoniil in tlio loading Tho wit none pneuiblv sen 1 shook my I wan under tbo ituprefihion tbut ho witness WHH it business man und if it was not likely that be was in the habit of perusing the personal uulumn of any ne wept euit aaid ahrngging Ida I only thought you wanted to do all Hint could be go ahead and write out the i simply to please Writing up the advertisement was no easy Both of us tried our hands at it and made a number of failures before we produced tho following Wltnew concerning In hulnvuleu prluo of H qimntJty of uiijierw LUI nuluilo vvilli promised that I if jou can 11 ml that witness bring him hit an hu went out of tho 1 promised this liui there was no use trying to think who the man It was worse than chasing a and by night I waa half inclined to think that I was mistaken and thut there had not been any witness at how about that case jof yours and Fairfaxs asked my wife that Im afraid Im going to lose I rep Lose ill sue I thought yon were perfectly sure of winulng I would be if It wasnt that I caut for the Wo of me think of u certain witness Did you know tbo wituouaf Quite And you caut tbink of bis name Not tlio first letter of Then why dout you go and ask him what it is I would if I could remember wbo ho My wife pursed op her lips tind smiled Seems to me I could think of a persons name if It wue as kuportmt as all she I did not have any doubt but whut she But then women are vastly different from I passed a restless I dreamed tbat I was in tbe courtroom und tbo case waa in full Fairfax was having thing his own and the juror a weru looking at me with clouded Itrowa and doubtful ehakesof ther Evidently I was judged as a closo business man who was trying his beet to squeeze out of an lioncst Aud so you say tbat that there was a witness totbis truusautionl I dreamed Fairfaxs lawyer Wbo waa ill 1 1 was only for a second that I Then I answered in a plain matteroffact tone George Who is he A shoe dealer at Is bo beret He And with this I dreamed Ardell stopped forward aud put in his aud after this tho euso was all in my lor Fairfas hadnt a log left to stand Anil then dreamed bow use trying to bring it back It wouldnt and after spending two hours in tbo easy cbiiir trying to coax the thing to rnlnrn I it up In I think after this when you meet any ono you had better put it down iu your said mv wife at tbe breakfast she waa slightly cross becauae I awoke her two lionis before tho regular At 8 ocloou I took the train for aud arriving there made my way at once to the I was feeling pretty and it did not help my spirit when the time for the case to open ciuiie and Dodworth hud not yet lut In an Fairfax against called out the nnd at thnt moment my lawyer uppcareil at tho Missed two trains hunting np your witnoasl he But I got him nnd brought him I left him iu tbe hallway so as to give Fairfax a Youve got the witnesat I Who is It George u ehoo dealer of of that is the very I cried In high Why couldnt I think of iliul Does ho remember the caaot And bow did you run across kimt Ill tell you after the But put down his iiame so aa not to forget it wbeu you are ou tbe without a I did ia Tho case was soon in full I gave in testimony and it was corroborated by Ardoll in every Tho jury brought u a verdict within ten It was for tbe plaintiff for tho amount of tho less 15 per witb cost of the suit Co be paid jy I was perfectly and the witness and myaelf left the building in dgb tell me how you found out about said aa we aat lown at tbe hotel to have dinner at my It was u carious replied Did you notice how Fairfax stared at me when I arose as your lowyerl I alept with that uian last It happened thnt wo both stopped over ut Hnuistone and at tbe same The town is crowded with men ou of some and the clerk said that I couldnt bave a but if I waa witling to share with another man ho would fix mo I suid I dont caro if George Ardell waa bo murmured be wont remember a thing about not a Ill win this Wbnt Ardell bnowa wont Iteluyoa a Ho continued lo tnik In thia strain for u long and I drunk In every Iu tbe morning t was the first and yoa canumke up your mind thut I wasnt long In finding out who Ardell und then I set out to find I bad considerable but when I did It wap all and you know the Such was Dodworlha When lie hud finished I told tho other two of my and all three of ua agreed that from beginning to end tho case was u curious liuffalo ForiiKiinimniiy II nturul iiirsrrUiHt lodiil thmtfnro raiulrci ronttlluUunnl Cheney A Isllieonly ruiiBllluiIunnl cum on Iliu II la tukrii iiliTimlly In frutii 10 ilrnim Iu n nuil the notorii county who lias ceived u sentence of twelv for one of tbe foulest cria committed iu now i the newspapers have pu the Thia it cession o the fntluenci press in helping on tho t justice and civilisation quite unexpected Varuell can take with hiti seclusion of his odlciiil n the renewed assurance of tingtiishcd consideration timely and graceful roinjj tho arduous and too off qulted labors of the to Kill JuhuHQH A farmer writing to tho Qalvcatou Nows on this subject sayu Johnson grass or any other grass cau be killed and effectually destroyed iu one year In tho following and at tbe aanie time two valuable crops of fodder can bo raised on the land and the laud will bu by the In September plow the ground well and now thick with red rust proof In May or June following when the oats are in milk cut for fodder and remove quickly from the Plow tbo ground at once aud sow thick with common cow Cut the pea vines for fodder In the fall when the pods are irearly Iu this way two valuable crops will lie made from tbe The dense ahndiug aud dampness to the land caused by tbe growing oats and peas the entire year will destroy tbe roots aud life of any other vegetable matter in tho I kilted both Coco and Johnson grass En this way and tho luiid was loft rich and ZROTJTnS Harrieburo San Antonio Texas New Orleans Southern Pacific Hew Texas Mexican Gulf Texas Pacific Sablne East Texas Through trains und clone Our fust freight schedules from tiio Atlantic nnd Piitiiilc con si 8 insure good time and careful Oner Your Steamship Freight via Morgan Line AND Your Railway Shi pine ills via New Orleans and SUNSET Anil Bccnro tbe LOWEST KATES mill QUICKEST General Freight Agent Traffic tonal preacher iccently s newspaper that told aud the whole cot pecuniary Tin who will at all times and circumstances tell the w about his altv might not occupy Uie pi cnscs might liml ii con leave Tho pros pulpit go band in 4mnd whitewash brush atfij magnifying Utt into liijr nniM The palp miid 1 when lm writing was donl more of aimilnr stuff until I with a Hturt and found is rallied Dod millng iipnght in tlio with but there in nDiliing clue uiy wife wide awake bosiile to and it in your lust Tor gracious what When tdiull wo Insert them in the mntterf she your boy dike them to Ivefound out who tlio Going to eh Brown Awfully Jones Wont bo for Going to use my wifes temper for u aud her ficv for a t TREATED BY   

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