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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 22 September 1916

.85 LADIES m vj .' fflM lnw HUH ln Ai. BflRffflH n3S vBf wl iVSt iRV ivH jfi vfl SKEv mtm ' f ,A I iV.i v1 V 4' Pj MV. n 5&s &v s Ml fc?-v tB ft& vjr . tw--t3. t' . f V rr) .k iVSli WT, U- a . m You will find Dishes, Cooking Ves- sels, Guernsey Ware, Glassware, Hosiery, Crochet Threads, Ribbons, Laces and Notions AT THE Necessity Store Bartlett, Texas - I a Z ! l"ro"a"' LOCALS and PERSONALS ' Mr. and Mrs. Ed Lawrence were Florence visitors Tuesday. Get mv price on your fall suit before you buy. It pays, H. L. PerkinB. Miss Ruby McCarty of Itasca was here .last Thursday to at- tend the style show. To those indebted to us please make prornpt settlement, we need our money. Drs. Harlan & Blair Dr. E. M. Thomas, county health physician, was here from Georgetown Wednesday on pro- fessional business. "Business has increased more that 100 per cent, there's a reas- on. H L. Perkins, The Tailor. Miss Maid J. Allen returned this week from an extended visit through east and nort...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 22 September 1916

A.'"i ?.'.lfNV riv TV , ff8- 1 ii-. EVl W , '" PfljBf . Washing Made Easy NOW PW Call at our Drug Store and let us explain to you the ad- vantage of this new method of washing. Nothing like this has ever been put on the market before. Come see. JLieatherman ' JUrug ijo. LOCAL GOSSIP : Jtanton Allen made a rio to Belton Monday. Let Perkin's clean and Dress your suit, all work guaranteed. t : T. Denton of Denton was here this week on business. , Have your alterations done by tSareful tailora at Pavel's. ; JC. Laujjhlin made a business utrip to Georgetown Tuesday. ' If it's to eat, Rowntree Bros. have it. A'tt6rney Woods of Granger " wasfhere yesterday on business. ,Bora, to Mr. and Mrs. Will Weiderspaen, last Saturday, a Boy. TF trnti Viovo onv corn frtv anlo ff J"" ""'" "'J -""-- . we Lawrence Bros. Mr.aand Mrs. D. W. Wilcox LpnA children of Georgetown . wre the guests of Mr. and Mrs. &J5d Lawrence Sunday. Lawrence Bros., have added to'their popular store a pair of automatic scal...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 22 September 1916

' I 0 a .' H & !' ;'" ' S m. sw ; V to I F W v ; v . to. fjv , (i School News. Total enrollment of the Bart- ktt Public School is now 416. A number of new desks have been installed and all children f now" in Bchool aro comfortably u taken care of. On account of the number of ' children and in order to permit fof closer personal attention to ?; the needs of each child, the first 'grade has been divided, ono sec- tion working in the morning and the other in the afternoon. The boys have organized a foot ball team under the supervision of Mr. Moore, and will have a schedule of about five games this fall. Some twenty five candi- dates are reporting for practice. Sam King has been elected cap- tain. The High School enrollment is crowding close to a hundred, and more are coming in. The in crease is due to the incoming Kjkhth grade, which is exception Iilj9farge. rhe girls basket ball teams are 3lanning for a strenous season and practice will start next week under the direction of Mr. P...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 22 September 1916

F7 I- I v'J ufr if r f l " '" - . I . a D-. fcU M.UT-y--r- , -T5i, I H" . V 4- f . '., W: No. 5422 REPORT OF THE CONDITION of the FIRST NATIONAL BANK, at BarUctt, In the State of Texas, at the close of business on Sept 12th, 1916. RESOURCES Loans and discount $294,634.01' Notes and bills rediscounted ' ' 294,634.01 Total Loans U S Bond secure cir. 75,000.00 Total U. S Bonds 75.000.00 Fed.' Reserve Stock 50 per cent sub 3,600.00 Less amount unpaid Value of B'k'king house (unencumbered) 11,964.55 Equity in Banking House Furniture and fixtures ' Due from Fed. Res. Bk... Due from Ap. Res Agts, Chic, N. Y. 17l787.ll Agents in .other citie3.. .. Due from B'ks & Bk'rs.. Checks on Banks Outside checks, other cash items Fractional currency nickles Notes other Nat. Banks.. Federal Reserve Note3 Total coin and certif's ... Legal tender notes Redemption Fund 60,099.06 ' 132.15 3,750.00 11.964.55 5,300.00 9.431.85 77,886.17 10.579.38 1,242 27 132.15 2,000.00 2.470.00 13.733.25 1.000.00 3,750...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 22 September 1916

rHpyv ''? MJ - In' t 5, flB Kr - ! m vs. iM Hart Schaf f ncr tf ,M V & Marx Clothes yr 4 Vrf' m: I ' J''JPW1,1 HHilUUIlilH-W'U.UlJJI.lH',l'JU.''.AHHlWi-U.'JHWUUMI,J,l", VH.lt, LV&. v w.r taW I "v , . . ' tMH ' f ' , J " :J -.. r m rxrV' , ft ; 1 fur: y & 1 0 1 a I - U Afr I v?Jt.,v ' n.Y i. irl !n ,. I ,,- uM At" f-r v - . J ?NI Bg I MK? i 'W ' .. - ." I f"V kivr 8K ? ! 'i t '.J'i..' wl f' a j Wj u t It,' m & to n fl FU tf" 1 I H Oopjrlcbtllort (Ichnffner AMri Ladies Department jus W MeSiilfr sfflmmk. mm -"hii itiK'.w u4tUBftvs;ri iTttiiaLnu-maim JWAkwrtvw P fiBi liiiM Mlffl 1WI V ?W""CT KJBirilM- . AaHI W B tiMiH j ,, -k Mir IH wHm There's one thing about clothes that men oughto be particular about-Style. Not the freakish, fad- dish ideas you see in some clothes; that isn't Style. There's something quite different from that in real Style, A stylishly dressed man is one whose clothes fit, and who has an "air ,of being well dressed. The "lines" of the garments are rig...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 22 September 1916

- Hyqn F sr wp ) .M Nfcfrf i" VVii V-Cvl m fi-y. "3 .... ' ' k. 1 j p ' S I . i& 6. f, ' 9 i t ' -S b w- Walton Dry Goods Company THE WHITE HOUSE TIME TO LOOSEN THE PURSE STRINGS This store has not arrived at its present stage of useful- ness by chance. There is no luck or speculation about this business, it isn't the result of fortunate circumstan- ces, but downright hard work. Our business friends today numder into the thousands, they have confidence in our merchandise and methods of doing business. If you donbelieveallJ:hisvisit our store during the com- ing week. We are 'going to officially open the Dress Goods, Ready-to-Wear and Corset Department. Note the throngs of satisfied buyers in each section and you'll believe that there's friendship in business, for we look upon every customer who leayes a dime or a dollar in this store as a business friend. The Official Opening Next Week. ALL NEXT WEK. PICTURES look good but you do not get the right con- ceytion of our SUNSHINE Su...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 29 September 1916

V "' V vu, MBVP t . 'i u :,wi :'! AND NEWS V..y t it 4 ; k.F CATES, Editor and Proprietor BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1916. $1.00 Year. VOL. XXXI. No. 18 r. twprsrwr-i v$SJP tw rrf 'TMfprf j (,ii,f f r,afrff ' "Mf : ,:!Wf;ipPi ; ,. v ' f SMJbtme 5f WIFE'S THROAT CUT , HUSBAND ARRESTED Mrs, Ed Owens was brought over .from near Salado at an ear- ,ly hour Wednesday morning and , placed in the local sanitarium, i. - suffering with two severe cuts j .in the throat, the wounds ex- ' tending from ear to ear. .' The cutting is said to have been done about one o'clock in '' (' the morning. Owens was later i arrested and placed in the coun- ri ' iy j au nuru uuurgeu wun uhbuuic ( to murder. He also made an attempt to v take his own life by cutting his 'throat, but the Wound made iB n. not necessarily a dangerous one ."!.'' KVnrn whnf (nn hn Ipnrnud fVi .n From what can be learned the two had been seprated the woman '.. HVtllK Mb XXUObMla OI1U UUV1I1K l''.s ' oij ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 29 September 1916

w, ) can , v u l" C tl ffl T- Pi - kfr. S V A Bs'. f f,rf ! IrV I- s.vl i u The Tribune And News itilDAY. SEPTEMBER 29 1916 Bartlett maintains its reputa- tion as a cotton market. Bring it here. There is more money in the Bartlett banks than ever before in thehiatorv of the town. Bartlett is the best trading point in Bell or Williamson Counties or in the State size ef town considered. A man is indeed lucky who can , fall from grace and strike a soft thing. Detroit Journal. The latest scarf pin is a cotton eed in pearl setting. Diamonds are not as popular now a days as cotton. Don't forget the great State Fair at Dallas next month. One of the best exhibitors in the his- tory of the organization. By the help of the business men of Bartlett than when there no better, the Tribune will not let the paper trust put it out of business. There are some reckless auto drivers in this country, and if they don't kill themselves first we fear that some harm will be done to others, who are endeavor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 29 September 1916

"" ' r i o Jjrf .. i j ryyn w I ' Ijlv B&: - - 'A . imS y : liKv it Washing Made Easy Call at our Drug Store and let us explain to you the ad- vantage of this new method of washing. Nothing like this has ever been put on the market before. Come see. 1 weatherman JLJrug Vo. ANTIS WIN IN TARRANT COUNTY. Fort Worth, Texas, Sept. 25. Out of seventy-two boxes in Tarrant county, returns from forty five complete boxes Bhows 4811 for prohibition and 656J against. The anti majority is 1753 with boxes counted. In- dications show that the anti ma- jority will be 2000 or more. Inspects Georgetown Postoffice Site. Georgetown, Tex., Sept. 26, Congressman J. P. Buchanan of of Brenham was here today look- ing over the site recently pur- chased by the Government for $5,000 to erect n postoffice build- ing at the last session of Cong- ress. The appropriation com- mittee placed $45,000 of the bill for a building at Georgetown and it is expected that when Congress meets in December the bill will be...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 29 September 1916

& u & EH H The Tribune And News iFRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29 191G What Shall 1 Teach My Child Teach him that it is better to die than to lie; that it is- better to starve than to steal: that it ia better to be a scavenger or a jwoodchopper than an idler and a dead beat; that it iB just as criminal and reprehensible to waato Monday as to desecrate Sunday; that labor, is the price of all honest possessions; that no one is exempt from the obli gation to labor with head, hands or heart; that an honest man is the noblest work of God; that knowledge is power; that labor is worship and idleness sin; that it is better to eat the crust of in- dependent poverty than to luxu- rate amid the richest viandB as a dependent. Teach him these facts till they are woven into his being and regulate his life and we will insure his success-though the heavens fall. The philosopher from the tall timber says that most girls would make a good wife, but to be suc- cessful in matiimony she should also possess ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 29 September 1916

'"" "" i HHHHBIIIHBIHIIHH LADIES y y ?v- ?. '' . H H i5i"v . ' OTA- . K& fetf ulft ' pr " V- M-f '.. , !,','? " . rt fS' ' .'?& Jh- C ! - . jrt" :' W 3- bt. ft - i I You will find Dishes, Cooking Ves- sels, Guernsey Ware, Glassware, Hosiery, Crochet Threads, Ribbons, Laces and Notions AT THE Necessity Store Bartlett Texas LOCALS and PERSONALS Joe BridRes is reported on the sick list this week. Safety First! Drive to right and let Perkins clean and press you suit. Mrs. R. P. Cates and daughter Miss LaVerne are in Marlin for the benefit of Mrs. Cates' health. Get my price on your fall suit before you buy. It pays. H. L. Perkins. Bridges Bros., this, week re- ceived from Ft Worth a car of fat cattle, which they will butch- er and sell at their market. Stolen A pair of springs stol- en from in front of the American Express Office. Notify agent and receive reward. Alfred Wacker left yesterday for Austin to attend State Uni- versity. For Sale Close in quarter black revenue busines...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 29 September 1916

,o Central Christian Church. -...'. i ,, . - -i mr-'- ,' I Ifr PS, e-j 5WM- mi i fW M W- '4 ?-WiCfa&ni .'.'V W&JK39a M 1 .V' HARVEST TIME Is here and the PROGRESSIVE-UP-TO-DATE PARMER feels the necessity of co-operating with a ood bank. We earnestly solicit the accounts of farmers at this busy time, and the Courtesies of our institution are especialy ex- tended to them at all seasons of the year. Put your hard-earned money in our bank, where.it is protected by the Guaranty Fund System. Barlett State Bank LOCAL GOSSIP Volney Reed of Holland was .here Saturday on business. J. R. Mounger of Holland was here Saturday. For Sale Good improved farm 3.60 acres; 85 acres in cultivation; good improverneats, at $40 per acre. For particulars see Mrs. John Heitmann, Bartlett, Texas. Woodie Rowntree was a Waco visitor Sunday. Roger White, Cecil Thompson, and LeRoy Lindemann departed Monday for College Station to attend A & M College. Notice-My apples will be in by the first of October...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 29 September 1916

v l tw- - V ft I" H, STORM ROBBED THE COAST COUNTRY Corpus Chriati, Tex., Sept. 23- Figures of the United States De- partment of Agriculture, of cot- ton ginnings for the period end- ing Sept. 1, and compared with the ginnings at a similar period one year ago show just how hard the farmers of South Texas were hit by the destructive windstorm of August 18 and the invasion of the boll weevil and leaf worm that followed in the wake of the fltorm. Last year, up to September 1, the counties of Bee, Cameron, Duval, Goliad, Jim Wells, Live Oak Nueces and San Putricio produced 55,051 bales. This year the same counties have ginn- ed 7.6G6 bales, the table being: County 1916 1915 Dec. Bee 489 7,330 6,841 Cameron.. .. 1,040 1,563 513 Duval 1 2,321 2.320 Goliad 4,576 7.970 3.394 Jim Wells 1 3,008 3.007 Live Oak 1 660 659 Nueces 443 19,47619.033 San Patricio.. 216 12,73312.517 Total.." 7.666 55,05147,383 At the prevailing prices for cotton and seed the loss to the farmers approximates $4,750,000...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 29 September 1916

TOZ & '' ,3 .1 o o . Lf ifa i?- . P T I ' L n f ' I .v. U' rt J' A 1 -a lii- I rv i High School Notes The total enrollment of Bart- fett Schools 1b now 437. The High School -Literary So- tiety will present its first regular t-itroKriun on next Friday. The time for opening school has been definitely set at 8:45, ' the change going into effect this '' Dr. H, K. Taylor of Ft Worth visited the school on Monday. He has agreed to return and de- lifer one of his lectures for the school at a later date. "The football teams are work- ' irig taithfully. The first game vill be played with Belton High on Friday, Oct. 6; at 4 p. m. The game will be played on the school athletic field north of the hiiildintr. A good number of girls have been reporting reguarly for prac- tice in Mr. Preddy's basket ball squad. Several of the courts will soon be in use. Reporter. 550 Horses With YanKee. It has been said that one of the greatest assets of a circus is the horses. If this is true the Yankee Robins...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 6 October 1916

J; :-''S':'' "';:' vv P. . ' 0 li a W' '.-- in - i r V. t r:;. Mu ? ' W. . '? CJ-.V 7 ,: 1 4i. M'1 ' . & 4ik b i M Ifx r l b i ., f:t: V. ' p .'' W4-.i' 3 -M.t l K ' .Ji :' ( ft-: -. ;; '- . t l 8? if."'1 n tx. ''. Ip"; ' it ' ft i Rk,'v : tfMSWft fcWM -M. ' ',,,' ".flf AND ,NEWS :Vs.K'eATES;' Editor and Proprietor BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY. OCTOBER 6 191C , ii.3ayt.1 . .... fc"wj k $1.00 Year. 9 kft Conaty Fair Opened. '' .Temple;, Texas, Oct. .-The . . second annual opening of the Bell County fair was made the occasion of a semi-holiday here 'Tuesday and an unusually large attendance passed through the Sates. Afibig street parade of ' decorated floats and vehicles tra- versed Temple streets and made its way to Belton in the morning .Vhere it joined forces with a v'iimilar pageant formed there, '"and the combined forces moved to the fair grounds located be- ,"' tween. the two cities. 'R. B. L. McKnight of Dallas, president of the Texas Stale Fair, delivered the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 6 October 1916

,y? r V r'K,-', at M WSF91 e Tribune Anfl News HSCg3 'JJJ- ' Htf OCTOBER 6. 1916 i . . .., Br had received 43iy i of cotton up to last Friday. ii TtMW all say ythat Bartlett is best town in two counties. to see us. ', Eighteen cent cotton in Texas : almost a reality last Monday. iKit to Bartlett. h Tb commissioners court has i a contract to Rankin & Reiks Houston to make a complete of the books of all county Ms. Belton News. ShTJd to last Friday, Thorndale received 8074 bales of cot- Bartlett will not allow idale to excel 1 her on a Wtton market, this season. tP TV r. M r.raxofnrd rnnnh In. feated between San Angelo and srling City, has been sold for L.000 to Claude Collins of ayah, Texas. It contains 6600 mm. t-f. . unriieii Business nouses were rally snowed under last Sat ly, following a big trade irough the week. A nnmber of ittftrchants report the best Sep- Mnber trade ever enjoyed and iTbtegest days in history" are led each succeeding Satur- Come to Bartlett. We notice some...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 6 October 1916

r.is,'.'! ti r.vvmKtG&ivmw r'fvm r r Tu : v r - n t' : " - r '"": w,i- ''" V ( , N "jil FOOTBALL GAMES AT COTTON PALACE CONWAY'S BAND AT COTTON PALACE Musical Critics Place II In the Same Glass as Sousa and Prjor. PRIZE WINNING .,. , DEXTER CATTLE iiVi i i .fimjjj Herd ol Late August A. Butch lo Be Leading Uniretsillet and Colleges ol Slate Are to Contest. "iftKF' '.'' LL .',..,.. ... ....... - . J. c WM 1 , "" , " """" ' ' "ft ';.' 'tB '' '! m ifc - m - ,.9ME kg mf & . m&.' ,''' la - Pi rK-M Brought lo Tom. COTTON fALACf IN WACO, PLACE JSever Before Exhibited Anywhere In gouth Excel World In Fine Quail- ty of Meat nnd Rich Milk Bevo I'onlca to Bo Shown. . Waco. Toxas. Tho directors of the ."' , ,Coiton Palace arc dollghted over' the fact that. tltroiiEh tho efforts of O. H 'Lueddo, thoy havivbeon able to secure " ,tho famous hord of iprlze winning Dex- ter cattlo, owned by August A. Busch j; Ol Ol. lOUIB. iuua CUlklU Will UU UIIC iS 'of tho most Interesting exhibits In ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 6 October 1916

"$W? it Pi R'1 V- M ' i " ' R I M SO Horses With YanKee. It has been said that one of Xtkfe nreitest assets of a circus is S . ftii-ano Tf tliia ia trim Mm sb Yankee Robinson three rinp: wild animal circus is tho btandard Oil V iM tLAnLnH UiimmAnn ftrM 4i.-i ;"?""w "" -" nundred.horses and ponies are M rried by the bier show. Amone f ,ihra are the finest dapple grays' M.' . B V . . 1 . nd blacks in tne county, most from v"of them Ibeing purchased th heart of the best horse coun- k ty in tne world, Dallas, County, i Iowa. viilt you are a lover of feood ? taraes you should not fail to visit ifpe stables of the Yankee Robin- r biv shows. A majdrity o these horses arses are riisnlaved the l 'nnrmnor nf tha nvhihifinn Hii"innr he street parade. With the big wild animal show this year, sensation after sensn- , tion in the animal line will be ijshown. Thev are all actors with the Yankee Robinson circus. .The circus will exhibit in Bart- Afett, Thursday, Oct. 12. "STATE FAIR ATTRACTIONS OF ...

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

wmwiM mi' W T; - 'V U 10"' & tW4 Ort-.' v t'r ,;w- Kir W.S ' WF rv. I ' Vvi I0F Sfe". ; f iw I ri ?:-;i.i H' ft i 4 -rr-T" r- Burtlett Business Men Doing RemarK Able Business u Hon. P, P. Lindemann, flotor- ial representative-elect from Bell and Milam counties was in the city i yesterday from his home near Bartlett, and reported Rreat businens activity in that thriv- ing little city. He said that when he left Bartlett the crowds in the business houses npd on the streets wasBo great that it was only with Rreat diilicultv that a person could navigate the streets. This conditiqn also pre- yails on other days of the week and the local merchants are do- ing a record breaking business. Mr. Lindemann Jhas some de- cided views on needed leglisla- tion and during the next session of the leglislature expects to pre- sent for consideration some measures that are sure to meet with the approval of thinking people all oyer the State. Tem- ple Mirror. Structi Oil Near Tracy Prospects tor oil i...

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

W1 ',' t -W m - 1 ' M IW. ' W . i Vi 0 ' d f" ' " ... .tf i v. i.i 2ft The Tribune And News PI' 'I. Friday. October 6, ioig Everything elao is "sky high" why not cotton? Don't get foolish over the high price of cotton. Remember that a fool and hia money soon part. No man likes to think that his ,-Jife insurance is going to be in- vested in another man, although wich things have happened. Atchison Globe. Some people arc bold enough to assert that Christianity is a failure, when they have never tested it. The truth of the mat- ter is, Christianity has never been given a true test, ,,- 2 The prosperity of this com- munity is evidenced by the un- nsaally large number of young people who have gone away to school during the last ten days. There are thirteen girlB and seven boys and none of them are out of the state. Occupation taxes for the State . during 1916 decreased $12,784.14 according to reports from the : comptroller's department Taxes collected amounted to $912,705,- -Mfor 1916, a...

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