The Stephenville Empire. (Stephenville, Tex.), Vol. 45, No. 31, Ed. 1 Friday, May 4, 1917 Page: 4 of 8
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gladly sphilt der glory und gif OUR SHERIFF RECEIVES
you half der braise. '
In every vay I drfedt to brove
mein heart to yon vas drue. und
R. A. Davis of route 3 re-
quests the announcement that
the cemetery at Indian Creek is
to be worked on Tuesday May 8;
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wrh fouls and dinner to spend
At the request of the Stephen-
ville fire department Rev. ft. M.
Ballentine will preach the annual
sermon for the firemen Race at
Christian.....church ne*t Sunday
morning at 11 o’clock, a cordial
Bv W H HAWKINS
SUBSCRIPTION 11.50 A YEAR
Sheriff Deaaon received a tele-
Hon. Henry Clark: sends the
Empire this list of the appoint-
ed claimed mein honest i
in great deeds dot ve do.
gram from Gov. Ferguson Mon-
eea as notaries in this county
effective June 1st. SM*
day morning instructing him to
get into touch with the County
Judge, County Clerk and the
a s , m .
could not haf a better frindt in
shky or landt or sea, dan Kaiser
Vilhelm Number dwo, der Lordt
Zo vot I say, dear Gott, isdias:
dat ve shouldt shtill be friendts,
und you shouldt help to sendt
mein foes to meet deir bitter
endts. If you, dear Gott, vill
dies me do I’ll nodings ashk
again, und I und you vill bart-
ners be, vor efermore. amen!
But listen, Gott, id must
be auick, your help to met you
sendt, or else I haf to shdop at-
invitation is extended to tjie
Alexander: A. M. Hale, Ben
McCollum, J. L. Richardson.
Bluff Dale: H. H. Frey. J.
Clairette: G. H. McCarty.
Duffau: J. C. Blackburn, T.
M. Elkins. s '
Harbin: 'T. S. Dawney. >
Huckabay: J. W. Glenn, W.
J. Johnson, W. N. Perkins, T.A.
Lingleville: Frank Grissom,
J. H. Morris -Ir.
Morgan Mill: C. S. Bur-
roughs, J. W. Brown.
Sisk: E. R. Clark.
Thurber: W. E. Crew, John
Eley, T. R. Hall, M. M. Miller,
Teas M. McHarg, D. C. Single-
Dublin: H. E. Brown, L. G*.
Bldawin, C. H. Baber, C. E.
Clendenin, W. J. Clay. John
Crawford, J. E. Hickman, J. C.
Hamilton, W. F. Holden. J. F.
Lewis, L. O. Moore, Elizabeth
McCombs, J. L. Pitman, Mav-
rice Reid, M. D. Smith, Sam
Wolfe, W. T. Carr, J. G. Danner,
C. A. Corner.
Stephen ville: J. B. Ator, J.'
J. Bennett, J. C. Barnes, G. 0.
Bateman, Jack Crotty, W. E.
Crotty, W. A. Creswell, Tam
Chandler, B. E. Cook, Willard
Chamberlin, J. T. Daniel, J. W.
Frey, J. W. Gray. W. T. Graves,
H. C. Graves, C. C. Hardin.
McKewn Johnstone. W. Arch
Jones. J. A. Johnson, T. B
King, J. W. Moss, P. L. Pitman,
Sterling Price, W. A. Shelton
Mack Taylor, R. L. Thompson,
Henry Thornton, W. L. Wober.
general public to attend thi* R3r-
In a letter to relatives, Prof.
Wade Miller^ principal of the
Aransas Pass school, states lie
put in hjs application fyr a p -
sition oft the, U. S. Reserve
Corps, and expects to be called
to San Antonio for examination
in the near future.- Thurber
Stephen ville, Texas, May 4 1917
election officers of the county, to
have all concerned in readiness
for further instructions within
ten days, relative to the conscrip-
tion measure enacted by con-
gress last Saturday. The tele-
gram stated that the governor
expected further advice from
President Wilson at any time as
to what course should be pur-
sued in the various states and he
sent this forward in order that
promptness might characterize
whatever steps were taken by
THE KAISER’S PRAYER
| Gott, Gott, dear Gott, adention
plemie! Your bardner Vilhelm’*
here uad has a vord or two to
say Indo your brivate ear. Zo
durn avay all udders now' und
listen veil to me, for vat I say
concerns me much, meinself and
PEfttlsr will Appreciate your
Patronage. Prepared to treat all
Hospital in Connection
You know, der Gott, I vas
your friendt, und from mein
hour of birth 1 quietly let you
rult der Heffen, vile I ruled o’er
der earth. Und vein I dold mein
soldiers of pygone pattle days, I
tack und only play defendt. Zo
four und twenty hours I gif to
make der allies run, und but me
safe indo mein place—der middle
of der sun.—Ex.
I am writing hail insurance on
crops and will be glad to have
you come and insure your crops
with me. Also life insurance on
country houses, city business
property and automobiles.
31-tf G. E. Lanning
STEPHEN VILLE MAN ’S
The Lightest Running Binder
made. The Only Binder that has
its Power Properly Distributed.
It has a Direct Reel and Packer
Drive.----A Binder that Uses 6
Pieces and Does Away with 136 Extra
Pieces others have to use.
LET ME SHOW YOU WHY
Will interest readers of the Em-
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to suffer from backache, urinary
disorders, gravel, dropsical
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an Drawing Room Sleepers, Chair Car and Din-
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Hawkins, W. H. The Stephenville Empire. (Stephenville, Tex.), Vol. 45, No. 31, Ed. 1 Friday, May 4, 1917, newspaper, May 4, 1917; Stephenville, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1016664/m1/4/: accessed October 22, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Stephenville Public Library.