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   Mercury, The (Newspaper) - May 7, 1909, Weimar, Texas                                AOVEHTSSiKC THE JOB PRINTING XXL COLORADO MAY 23 She was educated in her pro Content what those New Kollman and family of KNOW fession iu and i with a few minutes leisure lau people think about seeing city spent Sunday after has lived in America only about plowing will again many automobiles passing with Campbell and i five Miss Lichey will be write a few farms There are m vpivss the of her brother for With three weeks of dry buyers from San Herder of your city was Hiirillinterfiin almost everyone is about to i going over the country trying this section buying cat J I get their crops worked lands m this a childrens Oakland News some crops are looking very they like this section of El Campo Friday in honor of The Sunday school here will Some of the land is getting very and they may induce some of several days with relatives her little celebrate Childrens Day on hard and Irish farmers to sell to friends in this section last the third Sunday in May at are turning and they have also been StMker j in the A special pro no larger than A good rain in this One of them Taylor and family C Bo i i misfortune gramme has been entiis badly needed now for corn into an Irish potato with Greak and fami t ls i urti vie dav this j tle1 Palms and and is up a few put of Live week t Vjenof now under headway for the occa Draeger and family in his and stated that Nellie Presley returned cuised from nail into sion We extend to all a cordial Shiner were in this section to take them to her home in El Campo Li to come and see what visiting relatives show his friends what fine spending several weeks Sunday school is are raised in relatives and friends in Anton Sheriff The Ladies Aid society met Edmund Haveniann and Undoubtedly he will of C i i c was with Strunk on the of Creek were in with some of his friends Goode also returned to teiv vestenuiv secure a negro i A very sociable and I hope section the first of the week in this He home in El Campo eiri is t Columbus a profitable time was spent by iting friends and that he lived in a is so will ring oa a and theft After the regular ordinan Henry wife and Kansas where they must The of dvunonds is Bible questions were spent a few days at Rock their and after The theft was committed then refreshments were where they attended a it is as dry or dryer than Oak a year and a hal f The next meeting will returning home here after a prolonged it is still dry down Eatrie Lake Headlight with Bouldin on Henry Hoelscher and family of j This proves that our country is the first AVednesday in New Bielau spent Sunday witl the best in the long and cotton are parching up A few farmers are Grav Pavne lias been appointed i Melor and son Felix were thofamily of Otto people may now take potatoes this week but deputy and night visiting here last Saturday Koehn and as the field work is yield is very his salary to be paid i Sunday with friends Cotton is chopped Louis Grod by the citizens and business Commissioner Williams Live Corn may have to Don Miles Puvne Iris had con and wife were in our city last of New again on account of others were in your town experience as an the guests of Sunday in this to keep it and will make a stood and Kainer and family we can rest until it Obenhaus of Schnlen Mayes and j Sunday near your and pray and we was canvassing this coun HoiletsvUlc Herald In a of Columbus were visit Otto Funsel made a trip rain when we need for a mail order house last ter to his ors in our city everybody is Frank is one of our coun Gns writes that his health is Miss Maggie Fowlkes attend Willie Boecker was over from Gus left some time ago ed Sunday school here the river section the first of of what a hard joti it is to draw water for as boys and is always welcome x for Minnie Engels returned of the tanks have gone Mayes and daurh Stvank has been in week from a visit to Brandes spent Sunday close and see what of Columbus were visiting Dalhart county the past will be from other at Live Oak Ho states Laas of Floresville Walchar spent a leave space for two Julius Obenhaus and iwid values are on ths and Sunday here with friends at New from this Miss were shop Bill and His in your city Oakland Citizen Pearl Pierce spent Leppin made a Honest Sanders was at home a Iris Cherry has agreed to finish teaching the Garwood with friends near to Schulenburg the first of the from New Bielau and days last week from which will last about two and baseball team Dahse and Joe I have been quiet for Sanders and AVill half She left for the Oakland team Sunday at the home of I thought to let were at Rock Island last post of duty Sunday and was accompanied to Rock Island by her to Glass Chapel last Saturday afternoon and played a match game with the Glass Koehn and wife were in AVeimar the first of the have the but it did not Some of our farmers are through chopping with a bunch of Cleve Obenhaus and Deputy Otto Strunk were eyeing Live the game resulting in Leppin spent busy at Everything belles last Yoaknm Herald of 6 to 0 in favor of his Otto especially corn and Miles and wife were shop of the Tonqua neighborhood was in the city today and Ernst Gerstenberg of New Bielau was in this section the The main part of the potato crop is already in town Sue rains in his community and even as far as Brushy and Robert Little of Shimek attended the the week after some Friend Willie ought to get him Stech of the Borden section was in Content Sunday on his potato says this will pet the crops in a Sne shape for cultivation here Saturday The Lutheran society met of Mexican spurs weighing steen for those Stirl of New Bielau Around they ought tu move off at a rapid Strunk last Thursday Quite a pleasant what stockmen The buyers are numerous at New Brunn attending to business a few days as it has been quite a while since my last had by all The to report Eric Selma Lichey of will try to send in a few Houston May 3 served nice very sick a few days visiting relatives and Mabel a bride of only i Those attending from a hope he is improving this farmers in and around two who was in Strunk regretted to learn of are all very sorry to are mostly through with with her Meyer of of death of All we need is pastor of the and and after a sick since the 13th of good Hope we soon will Baptist church of on and Miss and was buried the last She had been blessed with honeymoon died of day in very well since Helmcamp and family and at oclock Saturday Burke and little We extend our received some kind of wife and in a private Frazer attended the picnic and condolence to Saturday and died two son from Borden spent who was just 21 j Glass Chapel last ones in their Our deepest with their years was seized with a conj Miss Iris after out to those she left and gestive chill at the hotel her school at Live Leppin lost a Seim was busy out wife and little son she and husband were gone to Garwood to young horse last through Sedan She expired shortly after school which will AVbltersdorf of New continues on route to Bluff to visit relatives removed to the We was on business in list at this The body was turned over Miss Iris ball at Lena and Annie Miska the Sid Westheimer her our best Hollien and John in the Post Oak the guests of Miss Lena and shipped yesterday Laas and near Oakland passed very well to Waco for were in your city section Saturday Content school closed Klimicek and Slubar panied by the route to your with a half day off for your city were at Sedan Obenhaus is here and hay have Deceased is survived by his and pastures are as news is I grand ball will be given at and letter from Miss will you please by giving notice that Helmcamps May of at Huntsville tells us the a good rain be a ball at New Bielau Everybody is cordially in exercises at the Old loth of this month for Columbus Citizen normal institute will folks and old folks Kainer and wife and is again the middle of this the sister lodge Kainer and spent spent several bad weeks as the result of an injury to his of the students are putting on very solemn is the month to make crops look but it looks Good night Monte New Sunday at the but we failed to learn how many fish ceived several weeks Allen of Shimek will make crops look f Uncle Stephen the lodge at this especially items oi news is will ring off is so determined last already looks as if it had northers are still this AVhite return to his near Ida Obenhaus has But the old and crops are having an idea that he must for three and is a bad start makes a We are in need of May The sa there to look after that his Friench cannot dissuade him and is now looking for some one to go there and live with who can give him the careful attention he Miss Selroa lately to her MissVallie Strunk writes from Bay City that Sid Williams has just closed one of the best revival meetings she ever Some of the conversions under his preaching were simply and we all hope Voitle celebrated his birthday May because it was on a He had a good many friends present to celebrate with Seller and family and Gus Wornat visited warm Jim Walker and family of near Columbus visited relatives and riends in this section last Moore and Allen Goode of this place were looking after heir cattle at Rock Island last keepers of Schulenburg have been strictly complying with the Sunday closing feature of the liquor but they have lieretofore been only partially complying with the law in reference to They have head nurse at the Houston came Saturday to know whether I got all the news or a few days The New Bielau Sons of Carrie Walker of Columns spent Thursday in this that hereafter hey will not give or sell intoxi her August Lichey ladies lodge had a and was shopping in liquors to minors nor pernit minors to enter or remain Jives about eight miles out of Miss Lachey is an let us with a good Graves was in their with or without ceptionally bright young do the job for bus on business the consent of thetr   

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