Clipped From The Weimar Mercury
I News Special: Schulenburg. NOT. 30. ; —Pire was discovered yesterday even' even' ing in B. A. Welters' warehouse, in j which a lot of corn was stored. Fire- i men responded to the alarni and soon I put out the fire. Damages estimated a* I S75; no insurance. The warehouse was I closed yesterday. It is supposed the ! fire originated from a burning pipe or ! cigar Saturday. I Demand Corr.: J. H. H2rri5 retum- j ed from Houston and Bay City Mon- jday. very much elated over his trip. : J. O. Cherry. Chas. Bocfe. Jim Frazer, \ Oakland, and John Bocl- and Louis | : Frels of Weimar are trvine thair luck j ! bunting in the lower country. Master i I Harry Cherry celebrated his 9th birth.- j • day Friday evening. All of ftis little ; friends were invited to do honor to the j occasion. They had many games to . play, after which refreshments -^ere r j served, and of course they did ample [ j justice to the birthday case. Frank j Frazer of Laredo was visiting here last j week. Willie Eoyjcin has our thanis ! for a lot of nice Mexican gym sens us ! j last ^eek by Miss VaHie Strunk. Miss j srceet potato which weighed exactly ; , 4 1 :: poands. How is that for pota-1 toes? Mrs. SalHe Mclntcsh left yesterday yesterday to visit friends in Yoakmn. Shs j by her son, J. M, Mc&rtash. Sir. Joe Pierce and ~?nSe. Mrs. Chas. Frazer andi daughter. Miss Ola, and Dr. J. Hutchins and T. A. WooMridge were j :lling cotton in your j «T,*__ n*- rvi ~* -n TST i "*" ^^ '*"" ™" " * w ' ~ ! shopping and \ ci ty Monday. Misses Hallie Bock," Ol- j n e Hughes. Iris Cherry, Katie Hut- ! | chins, and Messrs. Irl Cherry and Os- | car stnmfe visited Miss Valiie Stnink j at ^r school at New Bsurm last Tnurs- day j^r weslev Bodkin and mf? i Sfe Tis^^oL^TSst^onlr. i Cheetham Corr.: M. O. Floumoy of | section brought down a ;lasses—some ;lasses—some of his j the Harmony" 1 barrel of Tasst j —last week and sold it readilv to lovers ', of good molasses at this place. Just as Mr. F. started to return home his team of spirited mutes tried to ran away, away, and in trying to hold them he in Ly struck the back of his head t j against the chime of the barrel of nis wagon, inflicting a severe scalp wound, wish for him a speedy recovery. Tuesday eventa? af ozift.^ Lon wood, i c other son began to playfully snatch the! j TOa d from under the aie and got the i tiro middle fingers on the left j^nsj' cat off at the joint nert to ae nand, ! and the other fingers and thumb are' badly cut. He was taken to Bock Is- > . ings Saturday of the sudden death of er, Mr. Tom Hubbard. at that morning. His death heart lail bout 50 years of age. Weimar Institute Honor Bon for the (Mamie ; Bocfc, Month of November: Tenth Grade- ( Dell Garrett, SalUei Ninth Grade—Beatrice Oben- JMcCormick.l^ulS'staerTRay^rooke!!? Ede] B. Watter. Charles Ami Insall, Tom Boykin, Harper sixth Grade—Mattie Garrett. j Brooks. Fourth Grade—Willie Braces-ell. »-}, ' WalL i ; ': BeWe Walker. Third Grade—Henry i Brasher, John Doggett, Willie Black, Bob Insall, Alf Sbatto. Cooper Gusman. i Ira Townsend. Augusta KoltermEOn Second Grade—Ernestine Brooks. John Insall, Frank Shaw. First Grade— Wilma Munn. LaurUie Moore. Eddie Kunetka, Walter Black, Bessie Rogers, Aubrey Chapman.