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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 23 June 1916

! L''' i i 1.1 " J 'i 3, . A i :ii fl'l Your Vacation Days will be incomplete with out a camera. Come in now and wc will show you the ANSCO, the amateur camera of professional quality, and tell you how to make your vacation pictures a success. Wc sell Ansco Speedex Film, Cyko Paper, Ansco Chemicals everything you need to take with you on your trip. Leatherman Drug Company .w - LOCAL NEWS. i, -Mr. and Mrs. Logan Mewhin- ney of Holland were the guests of Mrs. R. E. Keopke Sunday. Constable H. C. Purl of Geo- rgetown was here last Saturday on business. Ed Ford made a business trip to Belton Monday. For Sale Twelve hor-e power portable gasoline engine. Any- - one wishing to fill a silo or grind feed will do well to see me. F. P , 8. Briehan. Messrs , Merc Allen and Carl Lindsey of Granger were visitors ''faere Sunday. Miss Dorris McDaniel of Gran- ;$er.was the truest of Miss Afton ojueatnerman ine past weett. Miss Inez Bell is in Granger tWt week the gnest of Mrs. El- dia Hair. Don't fo...

Publication Title: Bartlett Tribune And News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 23 June 1916

' r i ' '1 V ' 'TTrc i' - ' V u a Uy .M ,ni il iM -rtrt. r.w.i., iHlflp Still Believes There Is Oil. &.W Yip1 .t r. Rfj. M im;, irv I- r. ifi."'. . sJf It sT 'i ... 'V- h5- Iw . Oil Business On Again. , The Worley Oil Company of Thorndale with a capital atock of '-$1400, was granted a charter on Tuesday of this week. The in- corporators are: J. A. Worley, 03. C. Moseley and W. W. Clark. This company will drill a well on the Worley property out four or five miles north of Thorndale. At a meetinor of the promoters held in the office of J. R. Ellison :at Thorndale on Tuesday after- noon a company to dc known as the Stolte-Ellison Oil Company was organi7ed with a capital stock of $2,000. A charter will be applied for within the next few days and bb soon as the con- tract can be made with the drill- er work will begin on sinking a well on the, company's leases out east of Thorndale. Thondale Thorn. Threshers Busy. . Temple, Texa3, June 17. Threshing is in full headway. The yield of o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 23 June 1916

R pti LBUL-.AtJllii; 'Sdiwttttttr"Mewr Evervhudv would ba triad to jee 'A R064, rain aa it is badly Belied. iiMxE8ka Moore was the guest of Miss Ora Cooper Sunday. Rev. Homer A, McCarty of 'Bertlett was a visitor here Satur- Uy afternoon. Mi8 Ethel Burleson attended the entertainment at the home f J, J. McCarver Thursday night.' Russell Hines was in our midst Friday night. Mrf George Hempel visited his daughter, Mrs. Welsey Bischoff near 0 en a vi lie last wtek. v Several from here attended the funeral of little Iris Stiles Monday at the Bartlett ceme- Misses Nolie and Inez Turner attended Sunday school here Sunday. Mr- and Mrs. Webb Stockton and children attended the sing- ing Sunday night. J. M. Williams visited her daughter, Mrs. John Harrison Monday. V'Mr, Henry Laufchlin attended the singing Sunday night. .Mi&s,El8a Grisgby of Bartlett attended the entertainment Fri day jnight. Mr. ana Mrs. womacK ana little son were Temple visitors week. Dr. S. r Brooks Frem Sectien Kami t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 30 June 1916

?i : , &&&, it' utlltll N a" K AND NEWS R.F. CATES, Editor and Proprietor BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY.' JUNE 30, 1916. $1.00 Year. VOL. XXXI. No. 5 W. 0. W. PICNIC TRAIN HITS AUTO AT TEMPLE-5 HURT PICNIC AT REED'S LAKE JULY 18 TO 21. it 1. W'-S , AT MIDWAY JULY 4. wtibnut W- . n -i &. . .'; w B . " ') vr (Wif Sfr Kf'X' ll 0 On July 4. there will be held at Hidwny a big W. 0. W picnic combined with the citizens of Temple and Belton. The pro- gram for the day has been filled with the very best amusements that can be obtained. On the program from 100 to 2:00 p. m. a mass meeting will be held in the interest of the Bell County Fair, in which everybody in Bell county is requested to attend, Jtev. J. C. Hardy of Belton and Col. P. L. Downs of Temple will be the principal speakers during this hour. The Bell County Fair is some- thing we all should feel proud of. Being under new management the 1916 Fair promises to be one of the best in the history of the asso...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 30 June 1916

IV f 'J IP The Tribune And News FRIDAY. JUNE 30. 1916 Blessed is the peace maker, sayeth the Good Book. He is certainly in great demand now. 4 You will please take notice that land values in the Bartlett country are firm, notwithstand- ing the war times. ft i right of course that you Vote in accordance without in- terference or dictation from any person whatever, Now reverse it with the other fellow and don't get "0eeved" because he differs with you. Be consistent, Blum Bulletin. Well, well, let's get busy on lhatfair, which is to be the event of the year in Bartlett, The Tribune is ready and willing to do its part. Are you? If the pros of Nueces county have prohibition for their matter of earnest solicitude, they will forget policies and vote for sub- mission. If the pros of Nueces county have struck upon prohibi- tion for a stalking horse, with a political gain as their animating power, they will con- tinue to think more of a ticket than a principal. Corpus Christi Taller. Yep, th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 30 June 1916

CTjfwyw; ;; , n ff 'T TO. I-i i, 5K2 Retail Merchants Association Bortlett, OFFICERS D. D. Fairchild, .lr. D. K. Leatherraan Ed. Lawrence A. E. Wacker DIRECTORS F. H. Leslie MEMBERS I. L. Brown Mutual Lumber Co. Stokes- Blair Hwde Co. Walton Dry Goods Co. F. H. Leslie The Gersbach-Wacker Co. Bartlett National Bank. J. T. Dillard R. F. Cates J. M. Allen Farmers Mercantile Co, Schwertner J. M. Jzard Jarrell Mrcantile Co., Jarrell, Tex. Dr. R. S. Sutton The Merchants of this association close each evening at 6 o'clock promptly (except Saturdays) no goods sold after this hour and we ask your co-operation in this new ruling. Rule Must WorK Both Ways the Home MarKet Open The man, firm or corporation that undersells the Bartlett mer- chants, or gives you more for a dollar than you can get here, is selling below cost and can't sur- vive in his business life He is looking for a court of bank- ruptcy. The manor woman who buys out of a catalogue, when the home merchant has the same class of go...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 30 June 1916

MU Vacation Time Is here and ive will warvt to pre- pare ourselves with everything tha.t will make our trip c pleas- ure in every way. ' f W.t k . 5t '. C ,0 S. Si fi B- f f - 'A4Hu .-Km'& ATTENTION! "The modern soldier fights with modern weapons, and the business man, who is constantly on the FIRING LINE, cannot hope for snccess unless he also goes into battle fully and modernly equipped. A BANK ACCOUNT is ALWAYS at ATTENTION; A PROTECTION in times of PEACE-A STRENGTH in time of WAR. Bartlett State Bank J. T. STEWART, Cashier. Bartlett, Texas. The Tribune And News FRIDAY. JUNE 30, 1916 Men may try to organize socie- ty around a constitution, but God organized it around the cradle. Murder is innocence in com- parison with the crime of a man who leads innocence astray and betrays ignorance. Free government depends up- on an intelligent citizenship. An adequate education must include the training of conscience as well as the reason Boys beware! When ever a ffirl shows vou a diplom...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 30 June 1916

. V ft; X i for - f,r fiJi'W EST Schwertner News " LOCAL GOSSIP Mrs. Woodward of Pearsall, is here on a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Sam Matthews and family. San Gabriel picnic July 4. Come. Dr. Vol Reed of Holland was a Bartlett visitor Wednesday. W, H. Buchanan of Jarrell was here Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Buchanan and children who had been here and at Jarrell on a visit left Wed- nesday for their home in Corpus unristi, Take your mules to R. N. Sex- ton. Dr. C. M. Blair and family have returned from their visit to relatives at Columbus and other fpoihts. Insure your crop against hail storm with Jacob Isaac, Miss Louise Holland, who was here on a visit to friends since closing of the Texas University left yesterday for her home in Roswell, N. M., accompanied by Miss Inez Bell, who will spend the summer there. R, N. Sexton is the best buy- er for your mules. Commissioner Gardner of Granger was here Tuesday on business. M. V. Smith of Belton was here Tuesday on business. Before you sel...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 30 June 1916

s VI t. r l 4 out a camera. Come in now and we will show you the ANSCO, the amateur camera of professional quality, and tell you how to make your vacation pictures a success. We sell Ansco Speedex Film, Cyko Paper, Ansco Chemicals everything you need to take with you on your trip. ?' Leatherman Drug Company LOCALNEWS. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Riddle hoover of Sparks visited Mrs. Chas Stephens Saturday. Mr. Felton of San Angelo, was here the past week the guest of Col W. J. Cagle. Judge Con Foster of Jarrell, was here Saturday on business. Fresh shipment of Columbia Dry Cell batteries. Stokes-Blair Hardware Co. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Logan Mewhinney in Holland, the 22nd a big ten pound boy. Mrs. J. R. Knight of Prairie Dell visited her sister, Mrs. Chas Stephens Friday. Mrs.tA. Beckmann and child- ren have been visitintr relatives at Austin and Mart for the past three weeks. Miss Ella Kampe of Houston is the guast of her sister, Mrs. E. C. Brune of this city. For 'Sale Twelve hor-e power por...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 30 June 1916

I If .' 0 f r4 , r THERE WILL BE A " l n v ' , DRINK IT FOR YOUR HEALTH'S SAKE "Whn fcin Beat It?" hjl.ti up- ., v 1 1 K. "i" m; a li r If.' V' u i w I &,- : I IVJ BIIV ... ,". .,j ' M .. s t AT SAN GABRIEL ON JULY 4TH. Amusements of all kinds. Music by Band from I. 0. 0. F. Home at Corsicana. Plenty Shade and Good Cold Water. EVERYBODY WELCOME. GOME. r West Texas Grain Wichita Falls Texas. June 30- Receipts of 30.000 to 40.000 bushels of wheat daily are now ,coming in to local elevators, most of this coming by rail from Northwest Texas and Oklahoma. Wagon receipts have been com- paratively light. The wheat this year is grading exceptionally high according to millers though some of the grain was damaged by being cut too green, Brownwood. Texas, June 30 Thrashing has been going on in Brown county now for two weeks find while many poor yields have been found, some are very en- couraging and as good as last year, but as a whole the crop will be much lighter than that of last year. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 30 June 1916

S'SSSW Y eMSRifMf ' "' f " f V ' ( a u I' V -' ILLINOIS NEWSPAPER BOOSTS JUDGE SPANN vOIVKS INTKltltiSTING LIGHT ON TH10 JVMibYH ANI0STIU AND HIS IOAKIjY HOY HOOD DAY8. "t, , : i . Ji m . t - -r i "s M Gi t t f I r: It C Ft. ti Lw iK to. 1 w -Pit weM. , D( (From the Temple Daily Telegram of June 2C.) "The following highly coiiiplttncu try sketch conccrnliiK Judge f M 8pann, is taken from a recent Issue of the Joncsboro (III.) Qnzette, Jonesboro being the eld home of the Spanns, The part of the Quzotte art tele which Is of particular value here to the Judge, and of particular Interest to his friends, Is the paragraph which says: "Judge Spann's ancestry is en- tirely southern. On tha maternal side ihoy came to this county from North Carolina a hundred years ago. His mother's father was a Kentucktan of education and culture, a student and splendid thinker." ! It is the history ot Union county, 111., (which Is the homo county of the Spann family), that It wno xttlcd originally entirely ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 7 July 1916

.1 " ! ' . 7,'V ' ..yi - ,1 AND NEWS r-.-: v ,Li ;.. X- V . ; '' Jfc.F.foATES, Editor and. Proprietor BARTLETt, WILLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDAY, 'JULY 7 1916 $1.00 Year. VOL. XXXI. No. & V , a ak i Vi '.ak. iaiau. i . irr w n t a ...-".. Jlk.a - - " l . 4 $ J? : f . DISEASE IN CATTLE SPREADS TO PEOPLE Austin, Tfcx July 5. Anthrax ' 1 spreading among people' in J ,-aTexis ,and the .State health De- partment has announced that un- less steps are taken immediately to prevent the spread it may be necessary to establish quaran- tine lines. r,r Many'case3 of charbon among animals and three cases among humans have been reported from "Chambers county, The State department has secured serum ', frdm the government for treat- ment of the disease of humans, ftf; will, be sent free where nee-. , ssary to", use. Sunday Wedding'. vOn last Sunday afternoon 'in camp" at Salado, Miss Maggie , O.verby and Mr. Willie-Whitlow ,', of this city were happily united tin marriage by Rev. Homer A,- McCar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 7 July 1916

v "VC7 s . I- r, " .. v" " ) vt rfr ' i .,., .yV...,,.1,,i, . ?.vr i T V: . The Tribune And News I'FRIPAY, JULY 7. 1916 There is no Morris Chair ip the Texas Capitol building. So what's the use of making the struggle? It?ia conceded by most every- ,boy that John W. Woods, of RoUn, will be the next attorney general of Texas. It is only a short time until the election. The "dear" people know how they are going to tvote,4 but the candidate, unfortu- nately are hot so wise. God pronounces a blessing up- on all who read the Bible: Blessed is he that readeth, and they that hear the words of this prophecy, and keep those things which are written therein; for the time is at hand. Rev. 1:3. With seventy-three cases of ' typhoid in the city and others being reported daily. Dallas is in 'the grip of a typhoid epidemic. " The city is using every means to prevent its spread. Practically 50 per cent of the 1,650-farms in Tom Green county ''sro nnornl-oil hv tha nronorn All these farmB are not dev...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 7 July 1916

339 h tf BIG MEN OF WALL STREET of" the Conspicuous Financier Have Been Entirely Self. Made, One of Wall street's lenders1 who was never afraid to talk in old days was Roswell P. Flower. He was a princo of Vnll street fifteen or six- 'teen years ago, and was tho delight Tdf all who know him. lie was a fi,Y arvAT.rr alrtntt ultTn.limliml mnn Willi """51 "";i t.u.v-u.w. ....... ...... 'g rouud, Btniling face. He had a con- tagimls la,ugh and impressed every- one by his good nature, his kindness of heart, Jasper writes in Leslie's. Like I$6w'er; Levi P. Morton had at penchant for politics, and like Flower Morton was graduated from - ..he banking offico to tho govcrnor- , ship and the Benatorship. He was in '' "a position, also, to help his friends, 'and a distinguished politician who ' still survives, and who at that time '', waBin far greater need of a financial , lift than he is today, told with satis- faction to tho little circle of friends -how a tip from Morton had enabled hun to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 7 July 1916

V '6 James E. Ferguson Gives Frank Account of 4- as Governor of Texas I His Administration K, frA o fc. U' r i .'4 ' v 7 ' -vp ? fe -, 3V if, o fA ST m 7? f i rf. f s isr , KJP a jr W .. r ' ' r:? f w . IT; f" o r , Every Appropriation Rate Defended and j acs" Criticised in i People are Told Have Been Doing. Asks That Money Trust In Texas Be Dissolved GOVERNOR OUTLINES PLAN TO BRING MORE CAPITAL I TO TEXAS FOR THF. DEVELOPMENT OE OUR RE- SOURCES SPEECH OFTEN PUNCTUATED BY EN- THUSIASTIC APPLAUSE FROM PEOPLE GATHERED P vnrviv att n-ri?r otatw nrf Tn unxintj Tn tui? CHIEF EXECUTIVE. &?" WACO. Tex.. June 10. Before an enormous crowd gathered here from all parts of the State to do him honor, Governor James E. Ferguson today gave an account of his stewardship as Governor of Texas to the people he represents. Close attention was given by the huge audience during the entire speech and frequently he was interrupted with enthusiastic bursts of ap- plause. In making the speech, he said: T...

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

wins ftWff.45aHVl' - r 'r ; ( tvswnoT'' P -!" v " '! , it', , ,i , .' V v J't xf" w : ' ,h t ..,' u '! ri i 1 WWWi "?nl , . ' , : .-. . vjl 5- V 'I k I'V , A $ I i. u ' ,)' i f1 Iv jt-v Ib-'l Am Sftr ' .K V It)' '4 &'. -J v. Davilla News. (Delayed irom last week.) Mr. T. B."Hickson who has been traveling in Mexico, Cali- fornia and in various other states lor'the past six months, is at home for the summer. Mrs,, Doyle Skinner and little son of Roger3, were week end -guests in'the home of Mrs. Jim Pruett. Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Kemp of Cameron attended the W. 0. W. picnic here Saturday. Miss Gladys Kerr is attending the summer normal in Cameron, Miss Grace Floore of this city has gone to Bryan for a two weeks visit with relatives and friends. The W. 0. W. picnic was quite a success, and the crowd was the largest that Davilahas enter- tained in years'," Visitors were here from Rogers, Bartlett, Cam- eron and Buckholts. An able address was given on Woo dcraft by Graham Gillis of Cameron...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 7 July 1916

5?"FW?; T '' .' ,-"-,'.'..iV iv - u. " , ', ' . M . . i,: . X . ;.'' l. I Iillil I I ;.' ij .' ivm''TW f Vacation Time JUiCHJWSHMBUllgtfl Is here and we will worrit to pre- pare ourselves with everything that will maike our trip l pleas- ure irv every way. X "i K a." ' (vacation-! MW ink . "-,. !. " ii i a Do Yon Realize that the man who saves nothing is like a horse on a treadmill? Despite all his labors, each year finds him just where he was the year before! Get out of the treadmill and place your feet upon the road to Success by opening a BANK ACCOUNT Bartlett State Bank J. T. STEWART, Cashier. Bartlett, Texas. The Tribune And News FRIDAY. JULY 7. 1916 It looks like Jno D. Robinson is going to be our next congressman. Just for the looks of things, suppose we make the awnings jup to date when the streets are paved. Don't you think it would "'help appearances"? Geo. W. Riddle has withdrawn from the race for United States Senator. It's a choice of Camp- bell or Brooks with the pros,...

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

WWrwfl S '",i i:p:l ', t.rf- l . .-,1 Ti J. i'ltt v 3 If 't (n ' V " ' .r :ffi:ft c r ,.'"tf" St- ir i.V'.' .' ?W- : i' P LOCAL GOSSIP Kil- per Messrs Hall and Root of leen were litre Wednesday. I sell coal oil at 10 centa gallon. Nowotny'8 ' Miss Lillian Cowsartia visitinpr ' in Austin this week. J. D. Blair left Wednesday for 'South Texas, in his Saxon-Six. On his return he will be accom- panied by Mrs. Blair and the children, Ladies hats for less at Ed Heinsohn'8 store. y Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Barlow at- ' tended the Rockdale fair Wed- nesday. Before you sell your mules see R. N. Sexton. J. W. Cowart and family at- tended the picnic at 'Midway Tuesday, , R, N. Sexton is the best buy- er for your mules. J. E. Tipton and family were at Midway Tuesday. Walton's Now located at Les- lie old Btand. r. and Mrs. E. E. Barlow and children attended the W. 0. W. celeoratien at Midway last Tuesday and report a fine time. Walton's the White House at ' Leslie's old stand. Several couples from her...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 7 July 1916

V '4-- "? $ MtlMlmbfmmmmmmmmmmMmmmmmmmimmmmMmmmammmmmFmmmmmmalmmHmmmmM ' V. ri I VULCANIZING Don't throw your damaged casings away. Have them vulcanized good as new. We have the best vulcanizing out- fit, using the best rubber and above all the best method. AUTO REPAIRING Every job is Schwertner Garage Schwertner, Texas LOCAL NEWS. ' Ms. I, D. Benson and boys of Indianola were guests of relatives here this week. Miss Lilian Benson of Baylor ! "University of Waco spent the week-end with her parents, Dr. t and Mrs. T. B. Benson. A good show everjr night at the Crescent. ' t Mr. Thames and family of Tay- " t lor were guests of Dr. and Mrs. ,T. B. Benson Sunday and Mon- day. , Mrs. Ed Flick is still agent for ' -that excellent medicine Fornis Alpenkrauter Blutbeleber. , Mrs. Mary Weatherby ot Hous- a. ton spent the week-end wtth her ' nephews, Drs. T. B. and C. W. Benson. Karl Flick has recently com- leted -a handsome residence at Fburj? tor Mrs. Henry Doering le unsurpassable medicine ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 7 July 1916

') "Pi r - w , tea for Tayrntr, the expenses df a de- partment already created when I came Into, office. Cnmpboll nor 8trong either one will toll you that Iheso ox- ' rtettAes are riot Jogltlmato ami ought j tot to bo paid. Strong will not daro have his candidate say If ho woro , fleeted Uo Would Veto this traveling exienso, To sny Ihut ho would would nuah that ho would dostroy vory lnv ,",porta"rit branches ot tho govornmont. rr Jr Warehouse Law. If la not a nuostlori of whether you like tho WurehouBo law or not. I found J T .y home building and a contented dt- lrensblp. , ' In my openinc: speech at Mum. I said: "In some degree akin to tho nntntnntinrv ntnirTtmninitf onn nnn in i debt, Its credit gone and I discipline un- '2?"1! ?ri.HS il? mn sVThat i known This J nnn nnn o nn miiiitini ' rural credits, Let me say mat i toVovern m nin?llYnZa?i,nrnt;l ?m. hot In favor of the repea of ; what ," ': Ttt let nave done this.' If they'haVe t hre.tne famine population to UM lot im nee the ...

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