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Weimar Mercury Newspaper Archive: October 23, 1908 - Page 1

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   Mercury, The (Newspaper) - October 23, 1908, Weimar, Texas                                ADVERTiSiHG r THE JOB PRINTING COLORADO 47 WE Yoakum Times Born to and the Hth a Goliad Guard Edwin who is now employed with the Ewell store at spent Sundav with old time friends in Goliiut Buck was associat ed with the store at this place at one Eagle Lake Headlight Henry Carey spent Sunday with relatives in leaves today for wjiere he will preach The Weimar people will have the chance to hear a good sermon and to form the ac quaintance of a fine young Columbus Citizen Frank Shortt of Weimar is the guest of Conrad Byars is as busy as can looking after the con struction of two new tenant houses on his He has al so had built a new water tank at his as the old one col lapsed spilling 3000 gal lons of Galveston News Special Eagle Sain Lit tle and Miss Kathryn Turner were quietly married in this city at 8 oclock last night at the home of the Chris tian Yoaknm Herald after several days visit to relatives has returned to her home in Grady has been vis iting friends and relatives in the returned to his home at Shi mek this who has been visiting friends and rela tives in Rnnge for the past few returned home this after The paper hangers are in charge of the new home Woolsey is erecting near the home of and Tribune The young froman charged with infanticide nas been released from the Sealy where she has been a prisonerpatient for nearly two Bond has been furnished for her appearance in court to an swer to the charge of but in view of the circumstances it it highly improbable that the ease will ever reach the crimi nal district The states attorneys are not inclined to prosecute the woman because vhe evidence tends to show that it was really not a wilful She has been given in charge of the Rescue society and ar rangements are being made to place her in a home outside the state as soon sis the cases in court are disposed The hearing in the charges itgiinttt the man charged with being responsible for the young womans condition will be set for same day He was arrested a week ago in Houston and gave bond for his appearance in court in Galveston and was Houston Post Special Mark preliminary trial of Byars for killing Yarborough was held Byars being released on It developed in the trial that Yarborough was drink ing and be tried to find his own gun which had been hidden from also endeavoring to borrow front others before going to By ars After entering the he cursed Byars and plac ed his right hand to his when Byars Galveston IS the man arrested in Houston some weeks past on a charge of seduction as the result of the confession made to the po lice by Annie the yoing woman charged with Content This is a very disagreeable wind we are having this Perhaps it will get worse if it comes blowing from the north One predicts a the other a killing So just wait and we will Seeing in the last where Advakat Schuinmel from New who in her statement implicated I Bielau inquires about the Con the man in connection with her tent perhaps if he pos was discharged from esses enough knowledge to teach the custody of the officers yesa he may be able to get TEXAS does not propose to put up with night rider and to put a check on Governor Campbell has issued notice that a reward of S100 will be paid for the arrest and con RKTOUTS from the democratic headquarters at Chicago still continue most Bry an is being greeted by immense audiences wherever he and enthusiasm grows the longer th terday morning following a pre liminary hearing before Justice the burning This was brought about through the fact that at several points in the state notic es purporting to have been sent Joe Blasciike was at by the night riders had been The man was burg Saturday on sent to warning them to dismissed of the charge on a one of Kinkier close down their gins under pen statement made by the young sections best passed of having their gins who said that Althage through this community Sun It is believed that a majority of had never made her any promis returning these cases originated through a and Fritz Beken left lot of mischievous who de 1 Friday for having reeeivI sired to have a little fun at the San Antonio Express After ed the sad news of tne death of expense of the an absence of five months in Eu Bekens s and will kU the administrator of the diocese of New who boarded the train at that When weevifout to a great extent op Forest arrived in this city Yjur reporter nacl the pieasl i was given a warm welcome by ure of eati ng S0me 30 water j the church people of the mekms How is that for Bishop Forest left this city on this tlme of May 7 and after spending some The time in France went to j where he was received in private Shimek audience by the was also to have been sum feasting now onmarilv dealt withi but escilped while the mob was wrangling a republican pa per was sent out to make a per sonal investigation of affairs po and his report to his pa per was a bombshell in republi can He announced that Ohio and Indiana are safely York very and a number of hitherto strong republican states must be plac ed in the doubtful His as may be created consternation and the republicans are now making use of every scheme known to mod ern politics in an effort to stem the tide of approaching Vast sums of money will be used to throw the states of New York and Indiana into the repub lican Whether it will accomplish the purpose remains to be THE threat of Sharpies of the Sharpies Separator that in the event Bryan is elected the manner of he would close down iat section of the state is very j his factory and throw 1000 men much wrought up over the oc1 out of has been and the offering a reward of for the arrest and conviction of the has ordered out the IN view of the magnificent re state militia and is oersonallv di After so long an will i an atythe Allen and son Robert itiga scene of the A RECENT decision of the Unit1 Clifton and family are ed States supreme court at here from YoakUni on a visit to Washington has killed the gross friends and relatives receipts tax law Boecker left Wednesday for Columbus to do some work 1 Grady Little returned one day in the masonry i week from Floresville and Anton returned this week from a several days i Charlie Meyer from Sublime visit to his at was seen in our burg last and Bouldin visited friends in our vicinity has been declared invalid by a number of The suit was brought in and the laws of that state allow no Charlie Bringon of punitive Another fea I Worth is visiting her ture of the suit was that it was I not accompanied by an affidavit from either the governor or his as is required by the laws of PROTESTING against a raise of rent and renting land to ne riders have mailed threats to land owners of William son declaring There will be a missionary meeting of the at Albin Dushek has returned Baptist church Sunday afterfrom Williamson where theVwlulurnpTOperty aiidstiw noon at Everybody ne nas been picking j Johnson grass upon their farms ij j Payne of Houston i if these warnings are not heed is the guest cordially in Attorney James Storey reached home from San Marcos Satur this Allen and Thomas and spent Sunday in Land owners are consider ably agitated over the TAFTS siren song is telling on rm i t i t es The Mexican cheated I and proceeded to ties for several We wish campaign dy i i i i Bills himself in his coll the night the I verdict was brought He made From Our JOC out of the a white niii years of whil hay at the barn of th Livery lost hi Editor Mercury I enclose SI for the Mercury another I always like to unloading the paper from my old a m ut W j hurei averaging a i brium and fell to the bale to the ncre forty The effort to check the fall ieliyp of corn to the suited in a break of the right jwoum to buy land up herf arm below the I but it js rather too Land high as 800 to per while Paul Hanzel and wifej The country is settled by who live at ten miles Swedes and and they Koym of East Bernard died yesterday of heart fail Ehlers lived a former citizen of this sec four miles south of this i came up AVednesday to at He was buried this morning at tend the funeral of his 10 Joachim A SKCUET poll of the Cudahy packing company employes at a few days ago as to their choice for re sulted as follows Debs Taft Bryan The people ure for MANY prominent Texans are making speeches in the north and east for the cause of demo and arf unite in saying that the outlook for success is exceedingly NEUKO cotton pickers near Taylor engaged in a game of craps in a cotton They were caught by and their fines totalled ELKVEN days from today Bryan will be elected presi dent of the United TEXAS editors had a great time at the Dallas fair last Mon WORK upon Uvaldes street called by president of the Iowa Dairy Separator who announced that in case Sharpies carried out his threat he would give employment to all discharged employes of said com It is believed ShaPples simply made the threat in an effort to coerce his employ es to vote the republican but the prompt manner in which his bluff was called is thorough ly enjoyable to all lovers of fan play and clean THE United States supreme court at Washington on Monday handed down a decision in which it says that Clay Pierce must come to Texas and stand trial on the charge of false Pierce is now in and it is claimed his health will not permit him to take the trip at He is under bond to appear before the Texas court in case the decision went against and as the last loop hole so far as law is concerned has been closed against him it is possible he will come when he gets good and Pierce is a slippery THE reception extended our battleship fleet by the Japanese people was truly and should be the means of forever cementing the friendship be tween the The Ameri cans are simply amazed by the magnificence of the Every moment of the day is given up to some form of entertain and from the imperial pal ace to the lowest the Jap anese vie with one another to show the visitors that they are welcome and that their friend ship and goodwill are and TEXAS at the Novem ber will be given the opportunityof voting their choice of either the repub so cialistlabor or independence par ty Most of them will ote the first named BECAUSE of a division of senti ment between herself and hus band as to which church they should Bonnie Med a former Texas shot and killed herself at tmt WKIMAH will begin shipping turkeys by the carload within the next few If you need railway system has a more or wire   

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