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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 5 May 1916

,r .n rl ,f T t- --Jl n 4 ' -?V o m WJi - . W " " : W '- " 2 i-, ' ( -i $M' , The Tribune And News FRIDAY. MAY 5. 1916 Bartlett wants the trade of every farmer within a radius to twenty miles, and if good roads. cheay merchandise, high price for products, are any inducement they will come here. Simply because it is going to help the steel companies in "order to prepare against war, is no ex- cuse whv it should not be done. Of course, in preparation some body must furnish the material. That is certain. The meeting of Bartlett busi- ness men last Tuesday to consid- er building a gravel road from Donaho to the Vilas section was" a timely one, and that the road will be built, for Bartlett is com- po?pd of that port of material. "The Prohibition question looks like 30 cents to me as compared to the question of American patriotism" says Governor Fer- guson. Indeed, there are many more important matters concern- ing our nation than the prohibi- , tion question. Let us stand by thex Governo...

Publication Title: Bartlett Tribune And News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 5 May 1916

IS 1 pmmmmmmm i n m 11 i . , , ," ' ' " " " ' ft (f A t It ft V fe: &. -J . K Hk hs l' The ;oraswsaMiaw wiltV 'iWHflBflnaHraBBBH :sia,fM ' - 2 1 'J'T!.!PaMiuSiLiiWiH1! . ' nf ..x!'fiS..'rHiiSsi- '! .. i s... "ksaa6!B.''H ....,-., - n""r;- .- ' r . . i m i - . H man moixev vr Kv R?Tkin5 ihe iwoney that sdm. people wasted. '," If YOU are extravagant roll this heavy stone out of your pathway to SUCCESS and WEALTH. One from one leaves NOTHING.- If-you "spend all you earn with your labor or in your business you have nothing left. That's arithmetic. The way to quit throwing money away Is to QUIT. The way to begin to put money in our bank and grow rich is to BEGIN. Begin now and Put YOUR money in OUR bank. FIRST NATIONAL BANK BARTLETT, TEXAS W LOCAL GOSSIP J. L. Powell has been quite sick the past week, but was able to be up yestecday. The W. Cv T. U. meets next Thursday afternoon with Mrs. J. Gj Rhodes. ." Don't miss the baby show Monday. - Prof. S. Ii. Moore, of South- western Univer...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 5 May 1916

v ') j IV. r a '. 5W EBI -j" 59RS " tv &-r'W" -t"h -rffc-T- v-r Ntlc. 1', r & H n .! t b, FOR FRESH DRUGS Drug Sundries and Patents of all kinds see us, Kodaks, Kokak Sup- plies. Sporting Goods, Stationery and Optical Goods. Fishing Tackle, best in town. !n fact, everything to be found at a first-class Drug Store will be Found in our stock, and all at the right price. Yours for Service, oCeatherman 'Drug ' Company Bartlett, Texas LOCAL NEWS. Mayor Campbell of Temple, was a Bartlett visitor Friday and reported the Prairie Queen city progressing nicely. Mrs. Mary A, Bartlett, Dr. and Mrs. T. B. Benson. C. C. Bailey and E. L. Eardin attend- ,o6 the Bankers Convention at Hovston this week. Pearl White in the Iron Claw every Thurday, M. 0. Kuler has returned from Paris where he has been employ- " ed by the Texas Power & Light ' Co.. since the great fire in that city. Mrs. D. D. Fairchilp visited in Dallas Saturday, Joe Barnia was in. Belton this week on business. Carload of c...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 5 May 1916

V Ki . 41. 5-! - "0 , '( y I ,5" '& ?F N r VT" ,V V H B l HBuHH H w e wi ut on this Special I J now and we w keep it up unti w heft w c n we mean that we will give yoo more for your cash you can gel: anywhere in this part of prices and figure what you save.' money or the S iroduce than Study these flHNMMMMMMM M. St. Credit Business at the usua erms unless marked clown tor credi ".vsssssssassa A FEW GROCERY SPECIALS EEW DRY GOODS SPECIALS Bread Flour, Straight Patent $1.40 Fancy Peaberry Coffee per pound 20c Fancy Dried Peaches per pound 10c Fancy stock Lemons, per dozen 20c Best can Corn,- "Little Kernel" each 10c Tomatoes in 2 Lb. cans, 3 cans for 25c Kraut in 3 pound cans, per can .' 10c Del Monte v Peaches per can., t 20c Best Catsup 25c bottle at ; ,.,... .20c Garrett, Honest and Bell Snuff at ....... x 20c Brown Mule Tobacco, 3 plug's at 25c Prince Albert Tobacco, 3 cans at 25c Dry Salt Bacon, short cuts per Lb. at 12 l-2c Extra Dry Salt, 70 pound sacks at 70c Compound Lard...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 5 May 1916

' . ' 3 jL .i Jcji e j v , , . . '. v LjL yg.-., .............,. . ., , . . . -..... .,. , . .,, livBMnrMnMaMMHMMIIfet - - - PIANO RECITAL HIGHLY ENJOYED On last Friday evening at the Casino Hall the pupils M oB Mibs Blanche Thomas' Music Class entertained with ji jMano recital which was well attended and highly en- ' joytd. Miss Thomas has been engaged in teaching here foisome years and has made a splendid reputation as' an instructor, as was evidenced by the skill displayed Friday evening: Following is the program rendered: 1. Duet, Flashing Glances ; Spaulding Kelly Lawrence, Reba Dickenson 2. Trio, Valse Streabbog Mattie Rowntree, Lucy Barnes, Mae Ramsey 3 Duet, Little Ruby Waltz Engelmann Janie and Eileen Partlow 4. Solo, Rustic Dance Howell Ollie Mae Haeber 5. Duet, Dance of the Dewdrops Ducelle Lucy Barnes, Mattio Rowntree 6. Solo, Mill Song ' Pinquet Conrad Robinson " 7. Trio, Twilight Song Shackley Irene Duncan, Ollie Haeber, Elizabeth Bailey 8.' Solo, Shower of Stars , Wac...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 12 May 1916

Via ; rW'' t P .. :i 0 M k ' u m AND NEWS , R. P. CATES, Editor and Proprietor BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAg. FRIDAY, MAY 12, L916. $1.00 Year. VOL. XXX. NO 48 BELL COUNTY ENDORSES WILSON & FERGUSON TAKING INVENTORY WATER WORKS. WILLIAMSON COUNTY DEMO. CONVENTION WMD i, ,p ' ; , ;. , .i .ii-jwiiiiji juii.ii i lJJnmpjfPl 5M' M - o l ' -u &. ,i hi i' v vli . & r4 " m M'1 A ti ' l &' mL. nii i... j ti.! j. ne xen coiuiu uemuurain; !V convention met in Belton Mon- i 'MIMi'nflAUHAnH Tj vt Fa-t r 4- ItnutMrtMlf prevailed aud resolutions offered endorsing uriqlifiedly President :? WHaftn'c nrlminiotrntinn nnrt in- 'ttriicting, the delegates to the State convention to vote for Gov- ernor Ferguson to. neaa ine aeie- Wf' "gation lost. Louis, were corai ji ' ("" receivea ana naoDieu. The convention, well attended, , l was called to order at 2 o'clock byrJ. B. Talley, county chair- ". . man. 'A. L. Curtis in an eulog- k& i3tm nnpfnh nnminnr.wi Hon. George W. Tyler and h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 12 May 1916

l o .. 1 . r V m BV '. rJ.. a -H 'Wvw ; he Ttibu And News s FRIDAY. MAY 12. 19161 '"'HU', . t, The skatmg rink craze is&sj 1 1 . airtmW manv towns, and soon- it . r wn: reacn earned. ' Dont worry about the low price of cotton next fall. It will i$t be a verv cheap product. The Wychopen tragedy is still a mystery and a gruesome one that is, as to the cause for such a crime. v We hope that very idle negro ,iri Bartlett will be forced to the farra3 this spring, where they are needed. lBHi' j4 I.'MP'S'm -5 i r The Tribune knows of no ot- ' Ker town in Texas' the size of .- bartlett that has not a good Jb'rick hotel. Great Scotts! ' Let us Ret to work towards securing i . brick hotel. The Travis County grand jury did not "sCjjjp one" on Comp- troller Terrell, in their report, it , such were intended, He is on .to his job and is making the state a most splendid official. oRemember, if what you read in these columns does suit yout we are happy; if it does not suit you, then we are stil...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 12 May 1916

'0 O' Ji ' . (wS ft,' M Irt ' fit te ft' i- l-'S'l-v '..- - ' I ZzeSSCT BSHSMKSBJ(Bi5e5l!!fe Obituary of Mrs. Htmpl. --.v- Emma Elizabeth Hempel, nee, Vogel, w&s born in Caldwell County. Texas, near Maxville, September 2fith, 1856. She was Jnarried to George Hempel, Oc- tober 31. 1888, and to this union fye children were born, four Bons and 6ne daughter, of whom -one son passed awav in his early life. There were twelve children in the deceased family, and only iour at theBe are still alive, Sis- ter Hempel leaves a husband, four 'children, a grand child, two sisters, two brothers and a large number of friends to morn their Joss. She Has been a member pf "the Methodist Church South for over forty yearE. When she Was fifteen, she received instruction in Catechism and the Binle, from J the Rev. Jacob Boder. Here her Christian experience began, and j she has been a faithful follower of Christ all these many years, She was a'devobt and consecrated Christian, quiet and always had a sm...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 12 May 1916

ass HI ' MMll i '. !'' i"l' The B. LtNnilngtsn Atimitdcs w k.- TM lit And fS FRIDAY, MAY 12. 1916 "Since we have started, we hd just as well finiBh the job." iaid Governor Ferguson in speak- ing of the Mexican situation. Correct, you a.re, governor. It is announced that Ex-Gov-rnor 0. B. Colquitt will speak at the Round Hall near Holland, next Thursday at 10 a. m., and a m. and large crowd is expected to hear him. x- : Cotton is getting a poor start this season. The National weather and crop bulletin of the "of the weather bureau in its review of the week just passed says: "Much cot- ton seed has failed to germinate well, and a general pooi; stand is reported because of cold and dry weather. The warmer weather v vof the latter part of the week has improved the conditions K somewhat, but replanting has been delayed in the southeast -. because of the Slack of rainfall. Chopping is going in most of the t southern sections. Damage by -' cutworms has continued in parts of lower Mississip...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 12 May 1916

. t . ' -(?;. ; "-'''''" ' .;, -J.T 'is.,-' Hj t t v. . ,r V ( " j U &'' r-.iJ N'V & " &- fe? . -. T 3,1 S' ij ,.. IV P ' :w .?? ' ! ; r LOCAL GOSSIP "' Dori't forget tho minstrel. H. J. Romberg of near Holland was in town Tuesday in his new ford tar. , Lost Cuff button with initials MA, J." Finder return to Tri- bune office and receive reward. You never heard anyone get- ting old bread at Nowotny's Don't fail to call at the Bart- lett State Bank for that, useful house hold article, they are giv- ing to their customers,and f riendB Eno Cassens of Walburg was here Mond iy. Buy your bread from Nowot- ny. He never sells old bread. Dr. J. W. Harlan attended the State Medical Association which ', convened in Galveston this week. T. E.x Fowler made a business trip to Temple Wednesday. Don't forget the home talent minstrel tonight at the Casino Hall. . ' Home talent minstrel tonight at the Casino. Willie Marquardt of Temple wa8 here Sunday to see his rela- tives. . I Sheriff Le...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 12 May 1916

r.v .imVwfWbx-v-'wr iwrwvZrf3?w a . -,:: ' v o ) ' 3 I"i . 'I'. itr L :v '.' H P- 1 to if HU. &'' m BV. & m , Jn . ht ,'WS :'' ; l v v jpi ; FOR Drug kinds . DRUGS Sundries and Patents of all see us, Kodaks, Kokak Sup- Sporting' Goods, Stationery ii les. and Optical Goods. Fishing' Tackle, best m town. In fact, everything to be found at a first-class Drug Store will be found in our stock, and all at the right price. Yours for Service, jCeathei'man 2)ri7 Company Bartlett, Texas 1 LOCAL NEWS. Remember mother next Sunday Four houses for rent. Apply to Rowntree Bros. Mr. Sam Young and mother ?pere Waco visitors Sunday. Convex ova frames any size ' up to 14x20 for sale at Martinets' Studio. Mrs. J. D. Jackson of Alpine was the guest of relatives here this week. I Mrs. A. Gersbach and little 'daughter were Austin visitors Saturday. Jenkines & Son will buy your hogs, cattle and mules, and pay you the highest market price. JDon't fail to see them. 4tp Mrs. J. A. Harlan Was a del...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 12 May 1916

17 - - o 0 J4 - - -- "ir -"- -TT BrU U ' X B i to.' i :i V.. j" " '" v fr ft ft " u. m- r u . iii . A ' S j Can To HtitanK5 Washington, D. C. May 6-The Comptroller of the currency to day issued a call to all national .banks requiring them to report their condition at the close of J business on Monday May 1. In their answers to this call national banks are required to inform the comptroller of their investments in foreign securities, particularly those of nations now 'engaged in war. The result is expected to show for the first time just how much of the $500,000,000 loan to the entente allies came directly or indirectly from national banks as wJl as how much Germany or- Austria may have secured through the same sources. FOR SALE -A good three burner oil stove, good condition, first $5 gets it. Call at this office, Repert From. Crops. Belton, May 4. J. S. DuBose of Little River was among the recent visitors in the city. He reports having fifty acres of land yet to plant in cotton. He ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 12 May 1916

jr 1 a a j ."; Bo Bf, n -ir. 4. . ll ., At- i, ii X-t 4L 'i' r a aisi,i St' U ti -; uv Favcl-HiivelKa On last Tuesday evening at ' tb Catholic church in Taylor Mr. Louis Havelka and Miss MuryPavel were married, Fath 'ht Dreese pronouncing the words tibut rhade this haopy couple tbftn and wife. Immediately Iter the ceremony was perform dlMr'and Mrs. Havelka left for a trip to Austin, New Braun- itK ' -and an Antonio to spend their honeymoon, after which .they will return to Bartlett to ltve. ' Both these young people have ,jnany friends who join the Tri- bune in wishing them a long arid happy life, surrounded by health, health and prosperity. Announcements U v 'First Baptist Church Bible school at 10 a. m, Hon. '.T: V Morris, Superintendent. ( vPreacling 11 a, m. Le everybody remember that all over the U. S. by action of tCongreas and the proclamation of the President this is "Mothers , Day," Do not forget the white carnation in mothers honor. ', The morning subject will be blessedne...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 19 May 1916

w. 'VV tfBtrttje .r ', "a AND NEWS : R. P, QATES, Editor and Proprietor BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 19, L916. $1.00 Year. VOL. XXX. NO 49 Mrs.D, fi. Stockton Passed Away (Some Railroad Rumors cr The Tribune is called upon this week" to chronicle the death of smother of the early settlers of Bartlett and vicinity in the per- son of Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Stockton, wife of D. H. Stock- ton, her death occurring at the , .family residence a few miles west of town, Monday night at 12 o'clock, after a brief illness. She was taken ill Friday and suffered intensely and the end came as a blessed relief for her weary body. The funeral was held at the "family home, Tuesday afternoon fat 5 o'clock, Rev. J. C. Rhodes assisted by Rev. Homer McCarty, conducting the services. The body was borne to the family r (cemetery by her five sons. tii!for interment, and with a song and prayer the weary iform of a good woman, a devoted ",, wife and loving mother, was laid i'o rest, and the gr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 19 May 1916

a J CI 1 ,J ., ,,r i i.ii. .. Mt-r i. '""' ''u 'i' v '.' j" r x- ) VJ 4lt 'f ' to Is.,'- w K it he Tribune And News FRIDAY. MAY 19. 1916 In the mean while don' t forget the Bartlett Fair to be held in JNbveinber,, Jit would not be out of place to qy that Bartlett has no city hall, calaboose or fire station. We don't like to ham on one p, ' .'thing so much, but here goes M once more: wnen win oarueit ' get a new brick hotel? ' A Word to Graduates Bditor Ramsey of the Thorn- dale Thorn, has purchased the Thrall Gusher, We wish our old friend buccpss. n Jesus said unto her. I am the resurrection, and the life; he that believeth in me, though he were dead, yet shall he live. John xi : 25. A few nights ago, near Bart- lett, some mean boy or demon in human form, threw a rock in-' , nent young couple which result- ed in the young lady receiving a severe jolt in the back and the fracture of the young man's arm. Haye you noticed the people 'from other nearby towns here on Saturday buying the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 19 May 1916

, 'fff "J" ii l 1 i 1 r ' . yi ; y , t ? I i 1 I' w r te- i ' f ,.- ' i Announces For Sherift. ? Leo Alien, our big-hearted sheriff, of Williamsonson county has hisjannouncdment in this is- sue as a candidate for re-election to the office of sheriff. Hhaving made a good peace officer, and doing all in his power to keep the county in the column of the law-abiding, guarding, carefully the transgressors of the law against illegal exercise of privil- ege, and having been repeatedly elected, Lee Allen would be man hard to defeat. Makidg the race without opposition he neverthe- less employs the publicity me- thods of letting the voters of tht county know that he is willing to serve them for another term. He asks for your voted endose-ment. Cotton Crop Several Wtfeks Dshind Normal The Texas cotton crop is de- clared to be several weeks be- hind normal, by F. C. Weinert, State warehouse manager, who has just returned from a tour of the northern and central portions of the State- More than t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 19 May 1916

"J c The Tribune u And News FRIDAY. MAY 19. 1916 i-Wte tn the mean time cotton prices tttf soaring. Well, well, we "shore do" need lng:, brick hotel, a calaboose, a high school building and a city tall. The article headed "where Texas suffers" appears on an- other page should be credited to the Austin American. Ed. W. H. Moore, originator of the S and 10 cent stores, and vice- president of the Woolworth Com- pany, died in New York Wed- nesday, aged 74. They were here last Saturday from Rogers, Bel ton, Temple, Holland, Salado, Prairie Dell. Jarrell, Schwertner, Wall burg, Granger, Taylor, Round Rock, Georgetown and Davilla, and there was no circu9 going on either, just an ordinary day for Bertlett: come to see us, you are always welcome. Cash bnying is greatly to be preferred over running store ac- counts. When one trades on credit he must pay profits enough to save the merchant the loss of bed debts. This is unfortunate, ' but is none the less true. The safest plan for famers who m...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 19 May 1916

HS-SC" 'lammmmmmmimmmmKmmtmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmammmmmammimmmmmmmmmmtmmmmmHmammm ( ; i iU- - i . ... , . , . i u-, -w re i S' ?- "'y ftH Mr. Farmer The greatest single element in the suc- cessful management of a Farm, is the co-operation with a Bank. We also need this co-operation and we solicit the accounts of farmers. Help us when your yield is plentiful and we will help you when it isn't. Make our bank your headquarters when- ever you come to town. Barttett State Bank J. T. STEWART, Cashier. Bartlett, Texas. LOCAL GOSSIP Will Truehardt of Vilas was in town Wednesday on business. and Btated that enthusiasm over the proposed macadamized road ''still prevailed. Messrs. D. K. Leatherman, A. F. Czarowoitz and T. E. Fowler motored oyer to Georgetown on business Tuesday in Mr. Leather- raan's auto. For Sale Enough good galvan- ized roofing to cover a building 20x40 with roof for $90. Must sell at once, See E. G. Ramsier. Max Rowntree has gone to Waco where he has accepted a position with ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 19 May 1916

I U 'u 7 H. . o u .. ; ' 0 '' (y u F. ft. -3 I J . vw, M- fi" ( u it"," &J, hi1 fs 1 I't, w: ,. S?'V ' iMTt W .. FOR DRUGS Drug Sundries and Patents of. all kinds see us, Kodaks, K.okq.k Sup- plies. Sporting Goods, Stationery and Optical Goods. Fishing Tackle, best m town. In fact, everything to be found at a first-class Drug Store will be found in our stock, and ail at the right price. Yours for Service, oCeaiiej'man D?-u; Company Bartlett, Texas mnmnwrngMramaraMmiijuiiuiuri iiuiwim LOCAL NEWS. Dr. J. A. Harlan has recently made a valuable acquisition to the dental parlors, by installing a modern sanitary drinking fountain and sterilizer. He has quite a neat equipped office. Dr. Barton Sr. of Temple was called here Monday to see Mrs. D, H. Stockton. Four houses for rent. Apply to Rowntree Bros. A. K. Welch, J. M. Roebuck, Will and J. S. Killingsworth of Prairie Dell were here Saturday on business. Mr, J. H. Brooks and Mrs. Frank Overby left Saturday for a visit to relatives in ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 19 May 1916

' t X s ( -J v 3" fW & K Report of th Milam County Grand Jury for April Term District Court To the Honorable J. C. Scott, judge of said court: We. the grand jury, duly sworn, empanelled and charged dt the April term of the district court of Milam county, Texas, to Inquire into and true present ment make of all violations and infractions of the penal laws of this State, committed within the body this couhty, having com- pleted our labors, this our final report, to-wit: We have been in session six days and have examined 1G0 witnesses and have turned into your honorable courts sixteen bills of indictment. We have visited and inspected the county jail and find the same to be kept in a sanitary condi- tion. We desire to commend Sheriff Hooks and jailor Ben Nabours for using their best efforts in making the jail as com- fortable as possible for the pris- oners. We notice with a great deal of pride that the grounds surround- . ing the court house arts kept beautifully by Charlie Smith ...

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