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Lost: 2 Yorkies in Wildflower Subdivision on Iris Crescent in Floresville, grey with black male, named Toby, and black with red female, named Bell. Call 830-391-3435

VideoFound: Black female dog with white spot on chest, in Poth, very friendly but has no collar. Call 830-484-2024
Our beloved Gracie is missing since October, Dachshund/Lab mix, microchipped, about 30 pounds, black with little white. $1000 reward for safe return. Call with any information, 830-393-9999 or 419-250-9099.
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Stylists and nail techs - booth rental available. Looking for hair and make-up artists and nail technicians for manicures and pedicures. Gina Beauty Salon, 1213 10th Street, Floresville. Call Gina, 830-581-9291.
Seeking reliable Class A or B CDL drivers to deliver propane. Employee must possess a valid and current CDL and have good driving record. HazMat and Tank endorsement is a plus. Good pay with benefits. Training provided to obtain required certifications. Apply in person at 10625 Hwy. 181/Spur 122, San Antonio. www.missiongas.com.
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Texas Cash Market recap, Sept. 3


Texas Cash Market recap, Sept. 3


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AUSTIN -- For the week ending Sept. 3, feeder cattle prices at Oklahoma City were mostly steady to $3 higher per hundredweight, with Texas Panhandle auctions and direct sales to feedlots steady to $4 higher. Higher fed cattle and the likelihood for lower supplies this fall remain supportive, though the drought and lack of grazing continue to pressure markets. Fed cattle prices were 50 cents higher per hundredweight in spite of lower wholesale beef prices. Cotton prices were higher for the week on better-than-expected export sales, the drought and potential for crop damage in the southeastern U.S. due to Tropical Storm Lee. Corn prices were lower, mostly due to weak exports and profit taking on the underlying futures market. Wheat prices were higher because of concerns about spring wheat yields and worries that the drought will prevent winter wheat seedings this fall.  . . .

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