Ashwood Newspaper Columns

1919
 


ASHWOOD.

Mr. B. Goodrum left Tuesday for Weldon to move the rest of his household goods here.

Mr. J. K. Smith went to Wharton Wednesday.

Miss Ethel Smith left Wednesday for her return to Houston after spending New Year's with her mother, Mrs. C. L. Smith, and family.

Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Smith and family returned home Wednesday from Almadane , La. , where they spent the holidays with relatives.

Mr. Mittie Jarrell of Louisiana arrived in the city Thursday for an extended visit with Mr. J. F. Smith and family.

Mr. J. K. Smith went to Wharton Sunday to meet Mrs. Smith, who was returning home from San Antonio , where she spent the holidays with relatives.

The postoffice inspector was out the first of the week and found everything correct for our office.

Mr. J. P. Chastun went to Bay City Sunday to meet Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gernand who have returned home from Hitchcock where they spent the holidays with relatives.

Mrs. Fred Gernand went to Bay City Tuesday, shopping.

Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Walker of Sugar Valley were in Ashwood Monday.

Matagorda County Tribune, January 10, 1919

 


ASHWOOD NEWS.

Messrs. Smith, Moore and Oats went to Bay City on business Monday.

Mr. H. A. Lyman went to Bay City Monday.

Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Chastun went to Caney Tuesday.

Mr. Walter Brown of Sugar Valley was in the city Tuesday.

Mr. Moore left Wednesday for Houston .

Mr. Oats left Thursday for his home in Weldon.

Mr. J. P. Chastun and daughter, Mrs. Gernand, went to Bay City Friday, shopping.

Mr. Rhodes went to Bay City Saturday returning home Sunday.

Mr. J. K. Smith went to Pledger Saturday.

Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Smith left Saturday for Louisiana , where they are spending the holidays with relatives.

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gernand left Sunday for Hitchcock and Galveston to spend the holidays with relatives.

Mr. B. F. Goodrum went to Bay City Friday.

Miss Anna Pointer passed through the city Saturday on her way to Pierce to spend the holidays with her parents.

Miss Iszoria Toups has charge of the post office at Ashwood this week during the absence of the postmistress, Mrs. Smith.

Mrs. Ollie Neuman of Houston arrived in the city Sunday to spend the holidays with her mother, Mrs. C. L. Smith and family.

Mr. Moore came down from Houston Sunday.

Messrs. Moore of Houston and J. K. Smith went to Bay City Monday.

Mrs. S. M. Watkins of Rockport and Miss Nora Toups of Beeville arrived in the city this morning to visit their sister, Miss Iszoria Toups.

Matagorda County Tribune, January 10, 1919
 


The Ashwood Christmas Tree

On Friday evening, December 20, at 7 o'clock, the appointed hour, the little school house of Ashwood was well crowded with friends and patrons of the school to view the beautiful tree which was loaded with gifts for everyone present, and to hear and see the splendid program that was given by Miss Toups and her pupils, which each one acted well his and her part, as the program closed, old Santa's horn was heard in a far distance, so we all knew he was on the way and waited for his arrival which was greeted by all, and added much merriment for the little folks. After Santa had distributed all the presents from the tree, we found that he had a sack of fruit for his gift to each, which closed the affair for the evening, after which each departed for home, feeling that we had received our share of Christmas pleasure and wishing each other a very Merry Christmas, we bid good night.

Matagorda County Tribune, January 10, 1919
 


MUCH PROGRESS AT ASHWOOD

2300 Acres Being Sold in Small Tracts on Best of Terms

In keeping with increased activity in real estate in all sections of the county, Ashwood is coming to the front with her part and as is well known, has some of the best soil in Texas to back up her claims for notice and prominence.

One tract of 2300 acres recently purchased by Mr. W. A. Moore, formerly of Weldon , Texas , is being subdivided into 40-acre tracts and sold to actual settlers and farmers. Mr. Moore is advertising some very attractive sales terms in that he sells land for a cash consideration of $5.00 an acre, balance 10 years at 6 per cent. It will easily be seen that such terms as these beat renting, and, as a consequence, we predict that Mr. Moore will have but little trouble in disposing of his holdings.

Some years ago the government of the United States made a soil survey of Caney Valley land and pronounced it the richest soil in the world, that of the Valley of the Nile not excepted.

The people are fast finding this out and some of the most successful and best satisfied farmers we have are cultivating vast acreages of this wonderful land, all the way from Wharton south. The soil is ideal for potatoes, ribbon cane, corn and cotton, some almost unbelievable yields of all these crops frequently being made.

Fortunes have been made on Caney Valley lands, and anyone who owns land there or who has ever farmed them knows that no mistake is made when one takes up the business of farming in that rich and fertile territory.

Ashwood, in this county, is located in the heart of Caney Valley . Mr. Moore's proposition, therefore, is well worth investigating. Read his advertisement in another column of today's Tribune.

Matagorda County Tribune, January 17, 1919
 




Matagorda County Tribune, January 24, 1919
 


ASHWOOD NEWS.

Mr. B. E. Goodrum returned home Tuesday from Weldon.

Mr. Jim Lyman of near Van Vleck was in the city Wednesday.

Messrs. J. H. Chastun and Fred Gernand went to Bay City Wednesday.

Messrs. J. K. and J. F. Smith and Willis Goodrum went to Bay City Saturday.

Mr. J. P. Chastun and Mr. J. H. Chastun and Mr. Fred Gernand went to Pledger Saturday to vote.

Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Chastun, Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Smith and Miss Toups motored to Pledger Sunday afternoon.

Miss Toups has received the good news from her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Watkins of Rockport, who have been ill, that they are very much improved.

Mr. B. Goodrum and family moved from Ashwood Saturday and we regret losing them from our midst, but we wish them well in their new home.

Ashwood is coming to the front every day now, as the townsite has most all been sold and three new families have moved in this week, and others are to follow soon.

Mesdames Gernand and Hanson went to Bay City Tuesday.

Little Miss Marion Chastun was on the sick list last week and unable to attend school on that account.

The Ashwood Sunday school still meets every Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock . Everyone should come and help make this great work a success.

Matagorda County Tribune, January 17, 1919
 


ASHWOOD.

Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Smith went to Bay City Tuesday.

Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Chastun went to Bay City Tuesday.

Mr. and Mrs. Pace and family of Alabama have moved to our little city and we are glad to welcome them here and wish them well in their new home.

Ashwood was visited by a constant downpour of rain all Tuesday afternoon and night.

Mr. W. A. Moore of Houston arrived in the city Tuesday.

Mr. W. M. Belcher of Bay City was in the city last week on business.

Mr. W. A. Moore left Friday for his return to Houston .

Mr. Bennett, of near Brazoria, was in the city Saturday considering a deal for property here.

Mr. Pace and four sons, all of Alabama , have all moved to Ashwood this week and purchased land from the W. A. Moore tract. This makes four families more in our city.

Ashwood is going to make a business town in the near future, as it is on the high way now for a good start, and anyone wishing a home here is the place to come. As we already have a good school, postoffice and mail service twice daily and religious services every Sunday where everyone is invited to attend and take part, what more could be asked for in a small town just beginning?

Mrs. Holland of Pledger passed through Ashwood Saturday.

Mr. J. P. Chastun and daughter, Miss Marguerite, went to Bay City Friday shopping.

Mr. Albert Rhodes was in the city Saturday.

Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Smith, Miss Toups and Mr. W. A. Moore of Houston motored to Bay City Monday afternoon.

Miss Marguerite Chastun and Mrs. W. D. Hanson went to Van Vleck Saturday.

Matagorda County Tribune, January 24, 1919
 


ASHWOOD NEWS.

Mrs. Walter Brown has returned home from Chappel Hill where she has been visiting relatives.

Mr. Rephfell of Goose Creek , is in the city, the guest of friends.

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Brown of Sugar Valley were in the city Tuesday.

Mr. George Walker is building a new residence on his property, which he recently purchased from the W. A. Moore tract, and other new buildings are to follow soon.

Ashwood was visited by heavy rain Tuesday afternoon.

Master George Newman was on the sick list last week and was unable to attend school for several days.

Mr. Albert Rhodes was in the city Thursday, visiting friends.

Mr. Nuttie Jarrell left Thursday for a visit in Houston .

Mr. Cates of Pledger was in the city Friday.

Mr. W. A. Moore has opened up an office in Ashwood and is ready to transact business with anyone interested in a home in our city.

Another new building is going up this week and new shipments for lumber are being made every week.

Miss Toups went to Bay City Saturday, returning home Sunday.

Mrs. J. K. Smith and Miss Toups went for a horseback ride to Sugar Valley Sunday afternoon.

Mr. Oats of Weldon arrived Saturday with two more men interested in buying homes in our little city.

There were four more pupils enrolled in the Ashwood school Monday, which makes an enrollment of fourteen for our school.

Private Pace arrived in the city Saturday from New York where he has just returned from overseas. Mr. Pace was near the firing line at the front when the war closed. We are glad to welcome this noble young man to our city, and wish him much success in his new home. He is the first overseas soldier to visit Ashwood.

Everyone in Ashwood is urged to be at the school house next Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock . Come and do your part to help Miss Toups to make our Sunday school an A-1 school.

Matagorda County Tribune, February 7, 1919
 


ASHWOOD NEWS.

Mr. L. B. Pace went to Bay City Tuesday.

Mr. Goodrum of Grovedale was in the city last week.

Mr. Smith of Merryvile , La. , arrived in the city Wednesday and is the guest of his son-in-law, Mr. W. A. Moore.

Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Smith and Mr. W. A. Moore motored to Bay City Friday, and Mr. Moore left on the afternoon train for Houston .

Mr. Albert Rhodes was in the city Saturday.

Mr. M. H. Martin, who has been in Camp Travis for the past five months, passed through the city Saturday on his way home in Palacios, having just received his discharge from the army.

Mr. Freeman of Pledger came down Sunday afternoon.

Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Smith had as their guests for dinner Sunday Miss Toups and Mr. W. H. Martin of Palacios.

Miss Mae Smith has been seriously ill for the past few days, but we are glad to report her condition very much improved.

There is to be a Valentine party and box supper given at the Ashwood school house by teacher and pupils on February 14--Friday evening--at 7:30 o'clock . Everyone is invited to be present, and we ask each lady to bring a box, containing a lunch for two.

Matagorda County Tribune, February 7, 1919
 


ASHWOOD NEWS.

Mr. Freeman of Iago left Thursday for his return home, after visiting relatives in the city.

Mr. W. A. Moore returned last week from Houston , where he spent several days on business.

Surveyors from Bay City were in Ashwood this week surveying off the townsite.

The following pupils have been on the sick list this week and unable to attend school: Willis Goodrum, C. L. Smith and Mae Smith.

Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Smith left Friday for Houston and Beaumont where they will visit relatives and friends.

Miss Toups went to Wharton Saturday to be the week-end guest of Miss Bertha Clark at the Plaza.

Mr. Nelson of Rosenberg came down Friday, prospecting in Ashwood.

Mr. Albert Rhodes was in the city Monday.

Mr. J. F. Smith and Mrs. W. A. Moore motored to Bay City Monday.

Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Walker went to Bay City Saturday, shopping.

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gernand, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Chastun were Bay City visitors Monday.

Matagorda County Tribune, February 14, 1919
 


ASHWOOD NEWS.

Mrs. Olie Newman of Houston came down Tuesday for a visit with her mother, Mrs. C. L. Smith, and family.

Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Smith returned home from Houston Tuesday.

Miss Toups went to Bay City Wednesday, returning home Thursday morning.

Mr. Ace and Dill Pace went to Iago Thursday morning.

Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Smith and Mr. W. A. Moore motored to Bay City Wednesday.

Mr. Jack Gilmore of Houston was in the city last week, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Smith.

Mrs. J. P. Chastun and little daughter, Marian, went to Bay City Friday.

Mr. Freeman returned to his home in Iago Wednesday, after being in the city visiting relatives.

Messrs. W. A. Moore and J. F. Smith went to Bay City Monday.

Mrs. J. K. Smith was the guest of Mrs. Walter Brown of Sugar Valley Friday.

Mr. Smith and two sons of Weldon arrived in the city Sunday and expect to move to Ashwood in the near future.

Mr. W. H. Martin of Bay City was in the city Sunday, the guest at the home of C. L. Smith.

Messrs. J. K. and J. F. Smith and Mr. W. A. Moore left Tuesday for Angleton to attend the trial of Jim Martin of that place who shot and killed Mr. C. L. Smith last spring.

The young people of Ashwood were entertained Sunday evening with music and singing at the home of Mrs. C. L. Smith with was very much enjoyed by all present.

A Valentine Party

Miss Toups and her pupils entertained at the school house Friday evening with a party and box supper. At 8 o'clock Friday evening the little school house was filled with a jolly crowd, and all patiently waiting to see what the Valentine mail sack contained for them--when soon Valentines began to be delivered in every direction of the room, bearing loving messages from friend to friend. After each one present had received a number of Valentines, then the beautiful boxes each containing a lunch for two were put on display and voted on by each gentleman present to see which young lady should win the prize for having the prettiest box, and after all votes were cast and counted the best decorated box was owned by Mrs. J. K. Smith, who was presented with a Valentine as her prize.

Then came the time for every man present to put on his thinking cap and guess what letter was in the boxes, as each box contained one of the letters of the alphabet, and knowing that if he should fail to win a box he would not get to take part in the feast so each did his best, and soon all boxes were won, after which many games were played and enjoyed by all until the time came for us to open our lunches, and find the name of some young lady with whom we shared our box.

So it was not long until everyone was devouring his and her share of the eatables, and scarcely before we could realize, as the time passed so rapidly, the late hour of midnight had arrived, all too soon, for the jolly crowd. So each took his departure home after expressing his and her thanks to Miss Toups for her generous hospitality shown during the evening. Miss Toups never fails to have a success with all her school entertainments, and we trust that we shall soon be able to enjoy another such pleasant evening with our teacher and pupils.

The out-of-town guests who were present for the affair were: Mrs. Alice Newman of Houston , Mr. W. A. Moore of Houston , Misses Rainey and Johnson and Messrs. Rainey and Johnson of Van Vleck, and Mr. W. H. Martin of Bay City .

Matagorda County Tribune, February 24, 1919
 


ASHWOOD.

One of the season's most enjoyable affairs was celebrated at the cottage home of Mr. and Mrs. J. Kilrain Smith February, in honor of the memory of George Washington's birthday. Forty-five guests were present. The home was tastefully decorated in the national colors. Three soldiers of the war of nations were present. Delicious refreshments, consisting of fruit salad, punch and cake, were served.

Mr. L. D. Smith and family of Merryville , La. , have arrived in Ashwood to make their future home.

Messrs. Lorenzo and Frank Freeman of Iago were visitors at the Pace home Saturday.

Misses Blanche Kirk of Bay City and Emily Rainey of Van Vleck were callers at J. K. Smith's home Sunday.

Mrs. W. A. Moore and children of Houston spent the week-end with Mr. Moore in Ashwood.

Mr. J. A. South is cutting his first crop of alfalfa which is exceptionally good.

Miss Anna Porter of Caney visited Saturday and Sunday with Miss Toups.

Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Smith have as their guests Mrs. George Spaid of Port Byun, Ill. , and Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Filmer of San Antonio , Texas .

Farmers are all busy preparing for their new crop.

Matagorda County Tribune, February 28, 1919
 


ASHWOOD NEWS.

Miss Hart, of Bay City , the agent for the canning club, visited the Ashwood school Tuesday, to organize a girls' canning club here.

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pace went to Iago Tuesday to visit relatives.

Miss Freeman left Tuesday for her home in Iago.

Mr. Smith of Weldon is moving to Ashwood this week, and Mr. Smith is going to build a residence on the track of land he has just purchased here, and we are glad to welcome Mr. Smith and his family to our city and wish them well in their new home.

Mrs. Fred Gernand is in Bay City this week at the hospital with her little infant daughter who is seriously ill with pneumonia.

Mrs. J. K. Smith went to Bay City Thursday shopping.

Mr. L. B. Pace went to Bay City Thursday.

Messrs. Freeman of Iago arrived in the city Saturday for a visit until Monday with relatives.

Miss Anna Pointer of Caney came up Saturday to be the week-end guest of Miss Toups and to attend the party Saturday evening.

Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Smith and Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Moore motored to Bay City Sunday afternoon, where Mrs. Moore took the train for her return to Houston .

Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Moore of Houston came down Saturday for a brief visit.

Messrs. W. H. Martin and Glenn Claybourn of Palacios were visitors in Ashwood Sunday afternoon.

Mr. and Mrs. Fillmer of San Antonio and Mrs. Spades of Illinois arrived in the city for a visit with their children, Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Smith.

Mrs. Fred Gernand returned home Sunday from the Bay City Hospital with her little daughter, who is very much improved.

Sheriff Bert Carr and Mr. Dawson of Bay City came out Monday to investigate the killing which took place here Sunday night when Tom Cockerell was shot and killed by another Negro.

Ashwood was visited Monday night with a heavy rain.

Matagorda County Tribune, February 28, 1919

Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Smith Entertained With a Birthday Party.

The most elaborate entertainment that has ever been given in Ashwood was Friday evening when Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Smith entertained at home with a birthday party in honor of their friend, Mr. W. P. Martin of Palacios.

The parlor and dining room were very artistic and beautifully decorated, the patriotic colors of red, white and blue being used. A large white bell hung from the center of the room with the three colors leading out from it in each direction over the room.

The windows were draped in curtains of the colors and from each side of the room waved our dear old flag of the United States under which was hung the picture of our first president, George Washington, as this great occasion was also on the birthday of a noble leader.

By 8 o'clock many friends had begun to arrive in answer to the many invitations that were sent out last week, and as each of us entered this beautiful home which was a scene of beauty. As each was met at the door by the hostess they were asked to register his and her name. When the merry laughter began--for soon the room was filled with forty-nine guests who were anxious to help Mr. Martin enjoy his birthday.

The program began for the evening when all were asked by the hostess to take part in singing " America ," after which a short biography on the life of Washington was read by Miss Toups. Then Mrs. Neuman of Houston sang several beautiful selections, with Miss Pointer presiding at the piano, who furnished the music for the evening, after which many different games were played and enjoyed by all, until it was announced that all should be real still and begin to think as there was a contest to begin, and two prizes given, when Mrs. Smith passed a little glass jar filled with beans to each who was asked to guess how many beans the jar contained, and after each had made a guess, the correct number of beans was announced, which was 375, it was found that Miss Toups and Mr. Martin had tied, each guessing a number within 25 of the correct number--Miss Toups guessing 400 and Mr. Martin 350. Then they drew straws to see which should win, which were prepared by Mrs. Fillmer, who announced that the longest straw would win, so here Miss Toups proved the lucky winner, and received a beautiful box of stationery. Mr. J. Fisher Smith received the booby prize which was a little hatchet, given for the smallest number of bean guesses, which was 100.

Then Mr. Martin was asked to lead the way into the beautifully decorated dining room where he found a large birthday cake awaiting for him with red, white and blue candles burning, one to represent each year of his life. Over the table hung a large hoop of the colors, from the center of which a large white bell was added to the color scheme.

After the candles had been blown out by the honored guest, Mrs. Smith assisted by her mother, Mrs. Fillmer, served delicious refreshments consisting of jello and nabiscoes, and the birthday cake for the first course, then Mrs. Neuman and Mrs. Fillmer presided over the punch bowl, when each enjoyed a glass of punch, and here the merry laughter of all was heard when Mrs. Newman gave a toast to Mr. Martin in honor of his birthday and future life.

All too soon for the gay crowd had the last hour of midnight arrived so after expressing our appreciations to Mr. and Mrs. Smith for their kind hospitality each took his departure home, feeling sure that the hostess of the evening was [a] delightful entertainer, and we hope that we shall some day spend another such pleasant evening with the host and hostess.

The out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Moore of Houston , Mrs. Ollie Neuman of Houston, Mr. and Mrs. Krunberry and Messrs. Freeman of Iago, Misses Blanch and Hazel Kirk, and Emile Rainey of Van Vleck, Miss Pointer of Caney, Messrs. W. H. Martin, Glenn Claybourn of Palacios and Mr. and Mrs. Fillmer of San Antonio, Mrs. Spades of Illinois.

Matagorda County Tribune, February 28, 1919
 


 
ASHWOOD NEWS.

Mr. J. H. Chastun and Mr. Fred went to Bay City Monday with two wagon loads of hogs which they are going to place on the market.

Mr. J. Fisher Smith went to Bay City Wednesday on business.

Mr. Hall and son of Wharton were in the city Thursday.

Mr. Denny Pace was on the sick list last week, but we are glad to report him very much improved at present.

Sergeant Cates and Mr. W. H. Martin of Bay City were visitors at the home of Mrs. C. L. Smith Thursday evening.

Mr. B. E. Goodrum left Friday for Houston , where he will spend a few days on business.

Mr. Frank Thompson of Bay City was in the city Friday in the interest of selling cars.

Mr. J. K. Smith and father-in-law, Mr. Fillmer of San Antonio , and Mr. W. A. Moore motored to Bay City , shopping, Saturday.

Mr. W. A. Moore left Saturday night for Houston , in answer to a telegram stating that his oldest son was ill with pneumonia.

The young folks of Ashwood were entertained Sunday night with singing and music at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Chastun.

Miss Toups has resigned her position as teacher of the Ashwood school, owing to the fact that the school has been moved almost two miles away from Ashwood to a very undesirable place.

Mr. W. A. Moore has been elected president and Mr. J. K. Smith vice president of the Sunday School, to take Miss Toups' place in this work. Ashwood did not have a Sunday school until Miss Toups organized this noble work, and with her as our leader for the past two years we have a Sunday school now that we can feel proud of, and even though we have to give Miss Toups up we want to carry on this great work; and we ask everyone to come each Sunday and work with Mr. Moore, and let's still strive for an A-1 Sunday school.

On Sunday morning, March 16, at 11 o'clock , there will be services at the Ashwood church and everyone is invited to be present.

Mr. Oats of Weldon came down Saturday.

Supt. W. F. Pack and Mr. Shoultz of Bay City were in the city Monday.

Mr. Erkinback and family have moved to Ashwood and are living in one of Mrs. C. L. Smith's rent cottages.

Mrs. Walter Brown of Sugar Valley was the guest of Mrs. J. K. Smith Saturday.

Mr. Freeman of Iago was in the city Sunday visiting friends.

Mr. and Mrs. Bates of Chicago came down Monday and have bought a piece of land from the W. A. Moore tract and expect to move to Ashwood in the near future.

Miss Toups expects to leave next week for her home in Beeville.

Matagorda County Tribune, March 7, 1919
 


A Farewell Party to Our Teacher, Miss Toups.

Mrs. J. K. Smith and Mrs. Ollie Newman entertained with a farewell party in honor of Miss Toupsí departure from our little city Tuesday evening down at the little school house where Miss Toups has spent three successful years as a noble teacher in our school. The house was beautifully decorated in evergreen and moss; also the color scheme of red and white was used in crepe paper. So when the jolly young folks of Ashwood arrived they found not the lonely little school room which they expected to find but a real house of beauty in which to enjoy the last evening we could all spend together. Many games were played and enjoyed by all, until the witch appeared on the scene and said that each must have his and her fortune told; so, of course, we were all eager to know what our future should be which was a very interesting part for all. As the last fortune was told, refreshments were served, consisting of punch and cake. As the late hour of midnight drew near each felt that we must bid farewell to the one little teacher who has been a leader in the community for so long, but now we have to give her up. So here we parted. Each leaving Miss Toups their best wishes for her success wherever she may be, and we each felt that we had our share of pleasure and merriment for the evening.

Miss Toups has gained many warm friends in Ashwood by whom she shall never be forgotten, and though she is leaving, she says she feels that Ashwood is almost home to her, and we hope some time to have her back with us as a visitor when we shall all enjoy another evening of pleasure.

A. Friend.

Daily Tribune, March 12, 1919
 

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