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   Weimar Mercury, The (Newspaper) - February 5, 1915, Weimar, Texas                                XXVII THE COLORADO FEBRUARY 1915 10 Texas Should Grow its Own The Good Work f About People You Let Texas Feed SALLIE good many of our citizens text from which put in the past few days Schulenbnrg Sticker out both fruit and Schaeffer met with quite an ac cident Tuesday about noon on agricultural diversification to some seventyfive death that occasioned about Of cheerful dispos much sadness throughout this with a heart This is a commendable and everybody should oat ia the yard cutting occurred at the family with the milk of human take up such for it not on The axe caught on the tendered him at Friday January her greatest ambition beautifies our but adds line and in descending fell Cottrell is when the life was to give pleasure to those the way of comfort great force on of Agriculture for spirit of Miss Sallie She was ever a well Pleasare us It is a head just above the right Island and has after a twoyear companion ia ali circles ofltflat tne city does aot make rendering him unconscious member the faculty with that dread and in the home life she appropriation and put several State Agricultural gave up the fight sunbeam in reality and a lot of shade trees through wife and children visited at the home of and as director of Farmers Institute work in Colorado unto its Tlu lovely young while a dutiful daughter and thought ful she was ever a the Nothing wil enhance the appearance of the kasTjrother on accepting his present nurse some two years to thosp at and in more than nice shade day this fell they naturally surely Miss Cecelia Wallek who has been visiting her people spend for things they could everything possible was done to counteract the jewel of all has been Miss Sallie was a representation along this many people remark Co left Thursday for at said of same and effect a of the Charity is one of the prettiest visit with relatives and discussing the was all of no She and spent I ever and the beau in of the number of weeks at of her life at her shade trees down there Mas and Julius Schwartz thousand farmers west of San and of trained it so more than any other in Oklahoma this week picking op a few carloads of horses State do not grow the forage amber of months at Carlsbad for their own farm animals temporary she was exceptionally her cheery This is and Weimar could be made just as pret mules for their trade in this was spent last that we can by people of it was not and the grim disease many a ray of sunshine into the sick while her as Columbus with the expenditure of a few dollars and a lit Dave Shapiro was visiting for imported meats and fastenedjits hated tentacles to patients was time and Oar school Weimar relatives that might have been proher until a few She was a daughter of also need shade trees and Perkins returned to their home in Houston Friday after attending the On one when is was realized that lar day when certain individuals tllere was no Possible were saying there was no marshe returned home to die and wife of this and was born and raised in Surviving Will not some patriotic alderman take up this matter at the next meeting of the council of Pitts ftt attending from here were Bnpert Hubert and Herbert Morrow and August for Texas har loved ones a n d was spent at stations along our this long illness no word line aryl one other railway in of complaint ever passed her Nebraska and Missouri lips At a11 as she her one Miss Eva Armstrong of and four Fred and Dan Armstrong of Payment of In the matter of ad valorem taxes for the city of Tax R J Shiner Enterprise John Schindltr and Hefner of Weimar were in the city visiting relatives last Helen a was snb for Miss Tillie Strauss Miss Strauss being Cuero Star Mike Byrne has ordered a car of feterita and will have it ground into flour by the Bnchel Milling Feterita is said to make an corn to be shipped to i been in she bore up with WHERE TO amie and her cheery greeting Not long ago this matter was tothose often depresented to and I have ceived She comforted and been asked where Texas farmers cheered those about in spite are to sell what they growif hcr sufferings and her realizathey quit producing My tion that for was near answer is for each farmer to at hand In retaliation for the grow what he needs at she had done in thls 11feLet the man who has been buydeath came to her peacefully and ing bacon at the store raise it at and she fell asleep in home let those who have been Armstrong indeed d doing without butter and truth one of natures noble Claude of this his George The funeral took place at port as follows for the year 1914 the Masonic cemetery Saturday j Total amount 90 being conducted by total amount collected up to Feb Roy pastor of the leaving a bal J in a most ance uncollected of Of funeral was largely i 50 Ver ceat the The pall bearers were middle of Inthemat Evjterof poll taxes Insall reRr6H tTr everybody paid except and heartfelt svrrmath s three white men and five to Brother Armstrong and his If this isnt a fine in substitute for wheat flcfur and is much and consequently eating From early childhood she other articles for which they was a comfort and pleasure to family in the heavy the strenuous war times loss they have j we dont know Fiatonia Argus Mat Pilat ben and reduce the Estate County Poll lector and his deputy deserve Weimar was a caller in the Lake Rice Milling Collector Herman Braden j Praise for r Lanterstein of Weimar was In the city Monday looking over the business of the is really surprising how to lot 3 in Putlittle interest our buyers have in ney subdivision to Eagle the origin of what they A consideration lady in Arkansas served us a Jasper by Sheriff our thanks for the following i Services at Baptist tabulated report of poll taxes Services at the Baptist church collected in Colorado county February Morn the year 1914 ing services at 11 eye of which no complaint to Owen possibly be Yet 160 acres Altair ad viutjs aij t ou Eagle Lake Headlight Miss Vina Bishop of Brownsville is visiting in the the guest of owner offered us canned fruit from survey consideCalifornia when Arkansas apples ration lay unused and without market j Jackson by to on the ground in the same county Insall and MontgomAt a sevencourse dinner lots 1 to 8 iirblock in Garwood 203 Provident City 14 Rock Island 86 Sheridan 28 I Oakland Supper will be just after the morning Church conference at 3 Would be glad to soe every member of the church both at Jibe the Farmers Rice was us I found that but two tnings town of WEIMAR service to observe the visitor to Waco the table were produced in Oak Grove Supper and at church I respectfully in James Baruett spent several days the first of the week visiting relatives at county where we were They were the lettuce and the Arksnsas s waking They mean Quite a number of school chilIren are afflicted with Buescher 52 Shaws Bend 55 Santa Anna 62 Brushy any and everyboJjvto come bo both church WUli have something of interest to While there Jim put in a before when and cMciten hence the every hotel and tendance afc school is not as Frelsburg good quail a former car will serve only tiiose i as usual We understand Mentz 59 Bernardo demonsttritiolj of this having formerly lived at Weimar where he produced in the i the measles are iu bad and And I fear that some will have a that the children suffering 64 Eagle Lake for Colorado was in the city last editor of the Weirnar slim i same are having quite a Shavers store a was a visitor in the city situation in Texas is very time wifch Master stating that representing the lam reliably informed idred McLeary and little Shavers ads Itt sale paper house of Palmer not one farmer in eight even j Geiseadorff have both had if our section had not and desired to look of Houston and New a pretense of trying to gravated cases of thia bad it clouded his stockof After This Us Goeths a They import bnt are getting along nicely early Friday a same he told Shnver that here for his house in over a alfalfa and are glad to rain began hau on saletftif smry he having been ill for a used to live in and it throughout the varieties la ing in bed eight months of a great hay Comparative crop report rrin Ml that and it as he kaelii Hia many friends for Texas will produce i 191314 is as up to misting all of and the newspaper fraternity of Yet the Colorado 28 Colorado making things highly on his selecitoBV He T as will be glad to learn that he is sold very largely in 1 784 Fay ette A cool norther complimented rapidly regaining his and is now to be on the turning to1 it her the same fact teoomes vary Illinois 3 batter and Nebraska cream iftvaca up Saturday and his cleared up the rains of Friday aud lily still further on his selection of seed J arc already threateaed with t special session of tho leijiaift iE3Sp thsn 6000 psopls reao Jfewwjr onr troubles fj   

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