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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 4 May 1906

w.. WMi-Aaa:fAf 'V .1 V ?? & - . 0 Ii . tt 7 !W 1 X -, M -. !gi 4 m i 16 ECLIPSE' :;The French Coach Stallion: ; I Registered in the Frencn Coach'Horse Stud-Book of Amer- Z l ca, as the property of D. H. Snyder, of Georgetown, Texas, " Record No. 3624. Color, Seal Brown. Pedigree: Foaled May 16, 1901; bred by D, II. and J. W. Snyder of George- town; got by Chanson 1828; dam, Judic 611 by Reussi; 2d dam, Chardine by Matchless. Awarded first Premium over all at State last October. Above named horse will do service at 15 on time or $13.50 cash. Can be seen at Bennet (EL Overhy's Stable, Bcrtlett, Texas. ? Hunnels County Pros. Balliager, Tex., April 27. A meeting of prominent prohibition- ists was held at the court house late yesterday evening, at which it was decided to present petitions to-ihe -commissioner's court at the May term asking for an election - be held to determine whether or not the sale of intoxicating liquors shall be prohibited in Run- .aels county. Postmaster Robbe...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 4 May 1906

H7iJF J i v PW).i v. y..wxomnAr wnt t r -s, a m a je """ t -K, wjwfKii,Bract'yir.tfAfiart,'r-v . , 1 J. ' , i. I ' Mil A Beautiful Picture When" your purchases amount to S10 wo present you with one cf our beuutlful Photogravu- res elegantly framed absolutely FREE A Beautiful Picture FREE Whon your purchases amount to S10 wo present you with one of our beautiful photogravu- res elvgantly framed absolutely FREE New Spring Goods PRE WITT BROS. Bartlett, Texas i' vmiaiT wwmw" - u ... iiarivnMaui) w nMi. - w WE have just received a large assortmen t of now spring and summer goods, making an already,, immense stock complete '-And. wo again invito and insist on you to come, and , investigate this immonse assortment of high dependable , morchairdiso.consisting of dry goods, clothing, shoes, otc. WE can absolutely save you 25 "per cent on your bill. , Not only this, but when you have, traded to the amount of 810 with us wo give you one of our boauti f ul elegantly-framed pictures absolutely ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 11 May 1906

773 km it.. n iai fcst TM & ' arttett rtbtme: R, F. OATES, Editor and Pkopmetor. BARTLETT, TEXAS, MAY 11, 1900. $1.00 Per Year. VOL. XXI. NO. &. fthe U 3a -i if; -.ooaoo"aa"aaoaooooaoaaaaaaoao2o -"At 1 1 ? 5 : 1 : ! 1 ? 1 1 1 5 1 1 t : t ? : ? s J ! : s J 1 1 t : t 1 1 1 : t t 1 1 1 1 1 : : t s 1 1 1 1 r 1 1 1 : '?. Mat... WE WANT YOUR PRODUCE AND WILL PAY YOU IVl8irKt Highest Price; i. We carry almost anything; that you need in Dry Goods and Gro- ceries at the right prices. Be sure to see us. J. M. ALLEN v.'. an a as as as as as as as -.. as "as -.a as at) as 00 OS at) as a a aa a a as aa) as ea as as as as as -as as as as as as as as -as as as as as eo 'as as as as -as as as as as as -sa as 48 as as -os as as -as .as as as as es as as as at a a as ao as as as as as as -as as om -as -as as as as as as as as as OS as as as as as as aa as as as at as a( as at - -as as ...me as as aa as oa OB -as , as as as as ."on The' Cotton Warehouse. It ia noted that tho Farmers' Union in ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 11 May 1906

wa; THE BARTLETT TRIBUNE. ESTABLISHED 1880. Remember 'the Days oh1 'the. Farm, 1 f a I! in ft. If1 ircMl nd-ola Matter Rt the Poatofflco, Bartlett. Texa. One Year- Six MonthB Throe Month a. 1.00 50 25 R, F. CATES, -M. L. CATES, Editor and Proprietor. Foreman. FRIDAY, MAY 11, 1000 Let Bartlett have warehouse. the cotton Talk about your beauty spot, what's the matter with Bartlett? The man whose religion based on the fear of hell will is do to Watoh. Rogor Record. That may be true, but if it was not for the fear of hell there would be fewer religious people. You neea not try to ignore the truth, for it will be springing up over the earth, long after the cheerful liar has been doing ser- vice where they do not wear overcoats, nor shovel snow. Belton Democrat. The Bartlett Tribune has just completed tne 20th year and is one of the best papers that reaches our desk. Long life and success to the Tribune. Rogers News. Thank you, Bro. Taylor. The Tribune has been working for Bartlett ever s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 11 May 1906

M ,''?' W;"'V '''' ''' ' ," ' ' , .V '"T ' 4." 7S?.; a f-.y-f C R. I J" ft' n OC&XX)OOOCXXXXXX00CKiO0 We Do Proper OUR FUNERAL CAR, LOWERING DEVICE AND TRUCKS WILL COMPARE IN ELEGANCE WITH ANY EQUIPMENT FOUND IN EVEN DALLAS OR HOUSTON. THIS IS FOR THE FREE'USE OF OUR CUSTOMERS. &e Paurtlett Hardware Co. rXX3QQOQ(XXXiOO(XXttOOQOOQOQOQOQQQOOOOOQQOOQOOQQQOQOOO COUNTY ITEM There are now 60 saloons in Bell county. Summers Mill now has a tele-, pnone exohange. There are 20 conviota and 16 paupers on the Bell county farm now. The eons of Herman lodge at Rockdale sent S45 to the earth- quake sufferers. Tfe pitizenB of Hutto contrib- uted S45 to Bellyue sufferers and $31 to bie San Franoisco suffer- ers. Messrs. Mote and Pruitt will plant 150 or 200 acres of rice on Hheir Little River farm above town, Cameron Herald. Judge Gibson visited Buok- holts "Wednesday and informs us that the Santa Fe has the neces- sary machinery at Buckholts and will put in an artesian well at once. Rogers ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 11 May 1906

V "( l :' c fc' H SCfv ? fj If a St THE BARTLETT TRIBUNE. ESTABLISHED 1880. Entered nd-claas Mattor at tin Postoffico, Dartlott Toxa. One Year Six Months Three MontbB 1.00 50 25 R, P. CATES, M. L. CATES, Editor and Proprietor. Foreman. FRIDAY, MAY 11,1 1900 Look out for the Waco Busi- ness Men's excursion. Near Gainesville during a re- cent hail storm one farmer lost 1000 acres of wheat. Let all the idlers of the town know that there is a law againBt yagranoy. Work is too plentiful now a days for any man to dead beat his way. The School Trustee's Asso- ciation, which was to have met in Georgetown May 19, will meet there May 26. This ohange is jn,ado on account of conflict with other business. Cecil A. Lyon wants republi- can tickets in every county and congressional district, and an- nounces a full State ticket which all republicans are expected to vote for. There are some people who do not take the Tribune but they Tpad every line in it each week, just to see what the "horrid thing...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 11 May 1906

m , ' 'if r ui nsM ',W "," f-'- i II Hfr "tf IJ- fc RAILROAD TIME TABLE. Py trains .. ..... 2:16 Night train South 11:28 a. m. Tight train North .4:28 a. m. LOCAL MENTION. W. D. Crenshaw fa on the sick list; this week. Fresh Smith's. bread every day at Born, to Gus Sohoonfolt and Wife, a boy. "Fresh kitchen candy at'W. G. Smith's. Will Heitman is on tho sick list this week. Artesian baths at Belk'u barber shop. Mrs. Marvin Cooko was on the sick list this week. Sec Duncan & Messer before selling your grain. Mrs. Jno T. Bartlett was on tho siok list the past week. You can see him at Montgom- ery's stable, t will pay you. The babe of Mr. and Mrs. Will Daniels is yet quite siok. See W. G. Smith for fresh beans, beets, cucumbers,, etc. Mrs. J. M. Allen has been on the siok list the past week. A. L. Brown of Temple was a Bartlett visitor last Saturday. C. Reake and family returned this week from a visit to Austin. The bpst yinegar for table use or pickling at he New York Store. Mr. an...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 11 May 1906

vy.mm $ 9!r WT" J -p v, W1 JsWW evmw iwfv & t F ii WE PROTECT OUR II CUSTOMERS. We furnish our purchase tickets amount of each purchase, also an itemized statement of each purchase in order to do a correct business. You are requested to keep these t tickets and compare them with our monthly statement, in order that we may correct any error such as do occur sometime in the best regulat- X ed business houses. We hope to merit your patronage by honesty. f PONDER a BAILEY, Grocers. ! Local Mention. Farmers report the orop out- look fine. A, B. Welch vlBited in Taylor this weeok. The talk of the town is the skating rink. Dr. A. Davis of Brady was here this week. Miss Clara Brian visited home folks at "Waco Sunday. Dr. Jas. Ferguson visited rela- tives in Waco Sunday. Frank Joiner made a business trip to Belton Sunday, Mr. Note Surber vieited home folks at Althea Saturday night. i Mrs. Chas. Kaase returned to her home in Miles this week. JaB. F. Hair Esq. of Belton was here Monday on ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 11 May 1906

A Beautiful Picture FREE When your purchases amount to $10 wo present you with one cf our beautiful Photogravu- res olegantly tramed absolutely FREE A Beautiful Picture FREE "When your purchasea amount to $10 we present New Spring Goods PREWITT BROS. Bartlett, Texas you with one of beautiful photograyu-FREE our H I H L u -(v-i. . 4 ft? ? WE have just received a largo assortment of , new sprig annd summer goods, making an already immense stock complete. And we again invito and insist on you to come ' and investigate this immense assortment of high dependable merchandise consisting of dry goods, clothing, shoes, etc. WE-can absolutely Bave you 25 per cent on your. bill. Not only this, but when you have traded to the amount of 810 with us we give you one of our beautiful elegantly framed pictures absolutely free. Ask your neighbors Below we intro- duce through tho columns of the Tribune some of our mute, but crushing prices i STAPLES. Best oil Prints 5 c Good percales worth 8 1-3C to i...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 11 May 1906

V raTrrwraBPsrrr HWUaHWCXr& s ' "OTWraKHflKT " kjbef,t i. wan r r , y fTxanw 1 ; jr M o rk Specially Priced. 38 inch CURTAIN SCRrT, Pure wnite rich design lace open work stripe, effective pattern, at - 5c Ao - INCH SCRIM, full bleached, corded lace stripe and drawn open work, new de- sign, at - ioc YOU'LL NOT QO WRONG WHEN YOU TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE PRICE OFFERINGS OF IV! 1st rat & W' BARTLETT, TEXAS. Specially Priced Here's a tip for you, Don't say anything to your neighbor a- bout it it's (or you. 81x90 full bleached sheets, wide hem, 75 c value at 50c. 36x42 Pillow cases, fine quality, worth 40c pr at the PAIR, -.20c I Clothing Specials. $16.50 adits, special.$9 98 12.50 suits, special . 7.75 8.00 to 10.00 8uit9. speo- tal at 5.98 0.60 suits, special 4.48 3.60 to 5.00 suits, spooial at 2.08 Hats! Hats! Yes its Hats no gold- brick. For 81.00 wo will give the best hat value offered by anyhpdy this side of Jerusalem, at the price. S1.08 will buy any S2 50 hat in the house. Af...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 18 May 1906

i .. 'm '."' riktt ttbtttie: 'U ' R. F. OATES, Editor and Proprietob. BARTLETT, TEXAS, MAY l8r 1906. $1.00 Per Year. VOL. XXI. NO, 4. V - THE DAVILLA OIL BOOM. WACO BUSI- NESS MEN, If. - ' ' ai)c lit' a.... 08 r , V I'f . k ISC K f a n lit c Iw1' 1 WF WANT ? -- nw flkTB H H v HBHHB HV Jb WW W i OH WO. 8H So ae . ! Mc . 80 ) JO- 0 0 e.- aoc ao- s . 40. . ) . bo ! ! YOUR PRODUCE AND WILL PAY YOU Hig IVlstrKGt $ hest Price. We carry almost anything that you need in Dry Goods and Gro- ceries at the right prices. Be sure to see us. J. M. ALLEN a ea ea ea oa ' a .oa oa "ea ok a oo ...Was ea ..as an a a OC9 oa ..a a .a .oa a 00 ea a ea ..oa oa oca .a .oa a a .a .oa -oa oa oo 08 oa oa oa 'oa oa oa a -oa oa oa a oa oa -oa oa s OS oa oa oa oa oa oa oa oa oa o 0OQ oa oa oi ei ol oa 00 oa oe oa oa oa oa oa oa -oa -oa oa f oa oa oa oa oa oa ea ea oa ea oa oa oa ea ear ea ea oa OS es as oa ea -oo 08 oa 09 ea ee ea ea ea oa "08 Mil oa oa oa ea ea Tho oitizena of Davilla and surrounding oountry- mo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 18 May 1906

$f. WmWTWT,fX 'vy?t fc, t iP . i if THE BARTLETT TRIBUNE. E3TABLI8HED 1886. tnUred . nd-clai Matter at th Potoffio. Bartlett. Texat. One Year Six Months Three Montbs- 1.00 60 25 R, F. CATES, Editor and Proprietor. M. L. CATES, Foreman. FRIDAY, MAY 18, L900 8am Sparks will State Treasurer. be the next The Daily Tribune is the latest newspaper venture in Taylor and it is indeed a typographical beauty and full of interesting local matter. If rain doesn't strike this, sec- tion soon, the garden truck and such will form the Holland and Granger habit of growing small- er. The real test for governor is. beyond a doubt, between Camp- bell and Bell, and soon you ((will hear CampbellB coming and Bells ringing. Ex-Gov. Bob Taylor was elocted United States Senator from Tennessee last Saturday by a majority of 0000 votes over Senator E. W. Carmack, Taylor carried 75 of the 96 counties in ' the state. "W. W. Nelms, who emigrated from this county to Dallas in ,1903, is a candidate for county attor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 18 May 1906

jft- iF yu B ; H- ft J h I- COUNTY ITEMS. Heidenhoimor has a Baloon Tho first orop of alfalfa was harvested last week by sorao, tho yiolo was satisfactory and soils for $15 per ton. Cameron Her- ald. While loading his wagon ' at the Katy dtp t Saturday ovoning J. B. Thomas of Summers Mill, fell from'the wagon and broke one of his armn. Bolton News. Grain haryesting has begun in some places in Williamson ooun- ty, The oat crop has not been better in years. If properly har- vested it will make 75 bushels tq the acre. This will bo a fine start for the farmers. Lampasas, Tex., May 14. Lampasas will likely have an oil mill next fall. An outside party will build 3, twenty-ton mill, the local business and cattlemen ad- vancing $5000. Four-fifths of this was raised today, The Son of Herman ceblerated Tuesday in Cameron, tho tenth anniyersary of their organization. This was also th"o occasion for dedicating their new hall, beauti- fully situated in the suburbs of" Cameron. Rockdale Messenger...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 18 May 1906

iflfWwfJ? :lArffiVdfiT-..' 7$W ( . J v K'lf b SI p.. wv fet. lf . W Ijv a & , 0 M m THE BARTLETT TRIBUNE. ESTABLISHED 1880. EnUred .. nd-dan Matter at th Pottoffio. BartletU Toxat. Oao Year 1.00 Six Months .'50 Throe Months .25 R, P. CATES, Editor and Proprietor. M. L. CATES, Foreman. FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1000 Get ready for the big pionio at Bartlott. Hempstead doesn't propose to bo out done. Another street duel there a few days ago in which two men were injured, and one may die. "When it comes to oold-blooded transactions, Hempstead or Waller county simply takes the "rag off the bush." In a Mississippi town a few days ago, where the sentiment is against the open saloon and pro- hibition was supposed to be in eifect, a couple of fellows en- gaged in the "blind figer" busi- ness, and as a result a vigilance committee took charge of them, tied them across a whiskey bar- rel and gave them a ood "flog- ging." That is where the will of the majority is obeyed. H. B. Savage of Belton an- no...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 18 May 1906

J V r v &, K-i , K RAILROAD TIM TABLE. Tay tralni - 2il5 NlghUraln South .. Ilt28 a. m. tflijht train North . 4:28 a. m. LOCAL MENTION. J. L. Bailoy yieitod his farm yesterday. Artesian baths at Belk's barber shop. Chas. Wilson was horo from Granger Wednesday, See Duncan & Messer before selling your grain. Ed .Tones made a flying trip to Granger this week. Hintz & Brune want your country produce. Capt. Ford made a business trip to Temple Wednesday. Ice at rato of BOo per; 100 lbs at Houston Ioe & Brewing Co. W. A. Jaokson, of Granger was a Bartlett visitor yesterlay. Mrs. Adolph Wells left yester- day for Elgin to visit relatives. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Allen visit- ed Round Rook folks this week. The best vinegar for table use or pickling at he New- York Store. Mr. and Mrs, Loatherman of Donahoe were in town yester- day. C. T. Beokham of Oenaville was a Bartlett visitor the past week. Rev. Ahrens loft yesterday for Killeen to attend the B. Y. P. U. Rally. W. T. Mitohell ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 18 May 1906

!A--.-5pH(rM, 'i M.ii-i.swf?i.-.p - -..S!!WVa .rxt s bf IW: :' P1' . IV1 m IT" pi?1"? ' ' i't WE PROTECT OUR CUSTOMERS. We furnish our purchase tickets amount of each purchase, also an - itemized statement of each purchase in order to do a correct business. You are requested to keep these tickets and compare them with our $ monthly statement, in order that we may correct any error such as do occur sometime in the best regulat- ed business houses. We hope to I merit your patronage by honesty, f PONDER a BAILEY, Grocers. ! Local Mention. Sam Hair went to Temple Sun- day. Eddie Lee Wont to Temple Mon- day. Ed. Rowntroe is on the sick list list. R. L. Lynn viBited Grangor this week. John, "'the baker," was hore this week. Eddie Lee visited home folks Saturday. Jim Pace is clerking for Ed Rowntree. Frank Stefka wont to Granger Monday. Tom Talbot, was on our streets Saturday. Hollis Allen yisited Granger people Sunday. Rev. Johns of Oeanaville was here Sunday. Haryey Messer visited home f...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 18 May 1906

w mvwHamto 't '. Ufi.-'Wv '" 'u f I m W h.?' EV 1 V U th ,,' UL" LT 1 'a S..-V Itv m 1 7" & R- 'i fl: w ;r u, . Ia-, - ,j 1 m. C.V- Cameron Cutting's. Cameron, Texas, May 1 1. Mr. ,P. Li Bergum, a merchant tailor ' who also carried a line of gentle- men's furnishing goods, made an assignmsnt yesterday, naming C. W. Lawrence as his assignee. No inventc ry or schedule of debts has "yet been filed. The jury in the county court today adjudged J. C. Oxenford a lunatic Mr. Oxenford was for many years district clerk of this County and has long been a very psominent citizen. He has for the past several months been con- fined to his house. Fortunate Mlssourians. "When I was druggist, at ' Li- vonia, Mo.," writes T. J. Dwyer, now of Graysville, Mo., "three of my customers were permanently cured of consumption by Dr. King's New Discovery, and are well and strong to day. One was trying to sell his property and move to Arizonia, but after using New Discsvery a short time he found it unnecess...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 18 May 1906

' i W.XC- ; ; '.V.WfSS m HElBeBHI &. ' & . t '0 , ! Jf 7 Days 7 CLOTHING SALE Every suit has been jreduced 35 per cent for 7 days only and ''most o,f the former selling prices have been cut square in two. A Mighty Clothing Sale 7 DAYS 7 " Beginning; Sat. May 19, Ending May 26th Seven Days Only New Spring and Summer Grey's and Blue's 35 per cent dis- count for seven days only. 35 per cent Discount on al Men's, Youths and Boys Clothing. Former prices are reduced 35 per cent for the big clothing event which begins Sl1. May 19th and lasts 7 dsyys. We want to clean ip every piece of men's youths end boys clothing in the house and if price reduction is any incentive there will be lively doings around this section. We are not going to consume space to innumerable the different styles as they are so diversified and in such plentitude that it would consume the entire page to give even a hint of the compressiveness of the mammoth assortment. Nev- er again will you have the opportunity...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 18 May 1906

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 25 May 1906

W?P?,&1 t.'-i' .muTEmm. mwm 'vj fmavvsiWf 'SptKyiyiKeS i ; ' 7 rJG f o ' ':,M artktt ttbtttie: . -w R; "F, GATES, Editor and Proprietor. BARTLETT, TEXAS, MAY 25, 1906. L.00 Per Year. VOL. XXI. NO. 5. SALARY ABOLISHED. FARMERS '' V? J m MEETING.. ... j Ki HI' ! S I ? ' mT.V -. . iisstJt'sttrsjt! t s t : J t : j t r i : : : 1 1 : : : s : t : t t s s : t : : j j s j 1 1 1 :..- .? ' ". AkT.' i - '... ' U- Iv Li a$. I! I IO.. i ! " I8... I ). ! .( IS... AND E We carry Hig j: need in Dry Goods and Gro- ;:. ceries at the right prices. Be sure to see us. J. 1VJL Jr JL JLJL 1 ii VV; iiti...i.ii:i: iti:;i i..ii tiiiiiititi: tit,. -i::t::x:ts:titi:i::;::: .., y J 1 V 8 .ctL .. .Jaeoeaaaaaaaaaoaaooeaaaaaa.oaaaaaa-)aaaaaaaaaaaeaaaiaaaaaaaaoaaaaaaeaaa.v i8eaeee-eeeeeeeeeeaeaaeoee.)eea''-eeeeeeeeeeeeeeaaeeeeemeeeBeee Picnic at Lone Star. On Saturday, Juno 2, there will be,a Sunday Sohool pionic at Lqne Star. By requeBt of our1 qfd friend, J. J. MoGlothlin, it - WiU also be a Jeff Davia pionio,...

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