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

ftp fttrjrr"v' V''VH IWffWft ' I m .,7 k' " i il ' V ' i . W u i . i J rj mi 3H' l . V . if . . &W1 I; ft. K . iff r K''' IkS ' ri A LOCALS arid PERSONALS Misses Virgie and Inez Bell were Georgetown visitors Sun- day. Wo are now prepared to press your suit with the yery latest model steam pres or with electric iron as you like it satisfaction must bo yours. Perkins the tailor Miss Maid J. Allen visited in Georgetown this week. Am receiving every week new patterns in latest designs of hata. You, should see them. Mw. C. P. Hawkins. J. L. Nagle, the "cotton buy- er of fame" was in AuBtin Mon- day. Buy your fall and winter mil- linery from Mrs. Hawkins, at Leslie's Btore. New deeigns re- ceived each week. Miss Alvis Calvert of Denton is the guest of Misses Lottie and Mittie McGinnis. Highest market price paid for butter and eggs at Nowotny's. A. S. Clark and family attend- ed the fair at Midway Wednes- day. J. R, Knight of Prairie Dell is yisiting in Terrell. For Sale Cheap -Two 4 r...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 6 October 1916

mmwwwms'v 'V ' II ' h-1 " : ffivywyr ' rr. m f wr & . ' jWI i) & I. .. ? L. 'ui ' i in i . .i in. , . ' ' ' I i i 'ii i ' 4 I V LJ " Washing Made Easy r. - w Y- m ' 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. I jeatkerman LOCAL GOSSIP - Dave Gopdlett, the "picture .ahowking"of Georgetown was here Tuesday on business. G. D, Hair wants to buy your Beed cotton. Seeihim. Bay Murrah of Granger was - here, Tuesday enjoying city life. Dr. Goddard of Holland was " here Tuesday on business. R.H. Taylor and B. N. Reed of Belton were here Tuesday on business. Fred Limmer wants to buy your seed cotton," See him. , W. W. Coffield of near Jarrell ' was here Saturday on business, and also remembered the Tri- bune with a pleasant call. "New car of Gold Medal Flour, chops and bran just received at Rowntree Bros. Mr. and Mrs, J. A. Riddle- c hoover were the guests of Mr. ,...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 6 October 1916

iVvJf KW1V ik. 5Z l W 'V, :u r4 . !.S? " $ m I Comptroller Opposes , '"' The Road Houses. y v Autin, Tex,, Sept-Compt-i roller Henry B. Terrell today an- ty nounded his determination to rid th oountry localities of road lOUMfe. After two years in office he hM become convinced that the road h'ouses are basis of much immorality, disregard of the law and trouble and is taking such steps, ab possible to put these out of business where complaints :, have been made against them. f Away ironi uio cuma uhu um- 1 S' hiAa Af fVio ttiritfa fnr pifv nnlipp f' 'rii-nfinHnn nnri enforcement of '-ithe ,lawf many road houses have '"'' running in entire disregard of Vv the law1, Comptroller Terrell says j' A, number of investigations by Comptroller Terrell have result- ,ed in the refusal to grant: per- 5 mitsin McLennan, Falls, Milam, freestone, Williamson, Travis, . Bexar. Wilson; Jefferson, Harris : aijd San Patricio counties and w.m. mamma ? a,Uaw sim.nt.rttt trffll IlIBIiy U1U1C 111 UbUCL liUUUH...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 6 October 1916

'J V T""? jm' 4.3HMPM ,,,1'illijMilltifcMUW! ?!,V WiAM)iimi ml null J in f1 Alligator Nws Woman' s Clufc Mm ti . VJ,, ' s. ij" - ' FU1 " i " " i! m r-, ffi- t &' '3; 1 1 f . ' ? ' If .v1; ii ,'"f . w f t '1 f Mr., and Mrs, W.'C. tyce took thtir little daughter to Temple Monday io have her throat oper td Upon. t 4& ... , tf 1 Mr., and Mra. Ira Davis wore mrtltt visitors Sunday. Misa Lena Tate and brother li; were in our midst Sunday from r.r -tyeu ' Mr. L Jones was an Alligator f. viajtor Sunday. , .' ; Mrs. E. P. Randle was a Bart fett visitor Saturday. , ' ' Mesdames Rice and Ponder - - werevisitora in Bartlett Satur- Mrs.' Lewis Taylor and sister ,' 'v. of neartGranger were in our midst Monday. . Mrs. Jim Bush of Bartlett was ( in our midst Monday. Mesdames J Messer and Byron yisited Mrs. Fred Limmer Sun- day. Let ail the ladies of the Auxili- ary be present net Monday. Old Glory. Card of Thanlts. We desire to express our heart ifal fVinnlrn fn nvorvnna rolifV , , V... W.....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 13 October 1916

HHK8ff '.- ' ;&. 'i . "V1V rC; ''V-W '1 , f. Br:. ' AND NEWS 52"f&a Z. r? F. GATES, Editor and Proprietor . BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1916. $1.00 Year. VOL. XXXI. No.2fe XT vvyZaz ''if- yv tf Wk ' v- iA &- it.y tr, :-X W U CF 15 " BELL COUNTY FAIR A SUCCESS. The iJell County Fair closed Saturday alter a five days' run with good weather conditions. !EVery day was a winner, and the management comes out witn a Comfortable dividend on the , -stock, about 0 per cent of which ia owned by farmers of the com- , munity. Of .special interest and educa- tional benefit was the nig exhibit made by the state department of agriculture. 1 he exhibit will go unext to the Waco Cotton Palace 'fltid thence to the Dallas Fair. The succ ss of the fair last year and the present season es- tablishes it as a permanent in- stitution. Broadened plans are 'already laid for the 1917 exhibi- tion. WILLIAMSON LEADS IN COTTON Georgetown, Tex., Oct, Wil- liamsou county prob...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 13 October 1916

' MESSAGE FROM Our Service 1 he Best a A Few Reasons Why You Should Trade Here & . wsmmmmmmmmmmmmmmtm A ! & .? : r " ; m., LMi S-l. n IT. rf ' FIRST- Our "Pay the Cashier Sys- tem" protects you. You can not be overcharged. SECOND- With four phones to do thetalking, your orders will be promptly filled, THIRD- Our Auto Delivery for fast Deliveries; Our Peddling-Wagon a Service that means a big saving of time makes its daily round ex- changing merchandise for produce at the Highest Prices. We started to advertise our business right the first day we were in '! business and we have kept it up every day since. OUR METHOD IS; V to give every customer the full value for every dollar they spend i in our store. To give every one a square deal. To advertise and telkl i, COME IN AND SIE Everyday Needs We not only carry the large things but you will find the little things here at Old Prices Belts Ear Rings Electric Curlers Curling Irons Machine Needles Sewing Needles Crotchet Hooks Knitt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 13 October 1916

A). HE MMknaiiMMMiMHi SERVICE STORE BUY AT HOME Have You Ever figured the Freight You Have to Pay? it ktihe people who we are; where we are; what we've got; and the price we ask for it. Everybody is talking high prices but when we tell you 4 that we bought our goods some nine months ago you can readily see ';why we can sell you NEW MERCHANDISE at the OLD PRICES. YOURSELF . i r 1 FOR 7?zz i kt , HaK mxm mil When you order from the Mail Order House? You pay the "High" iRate because you ship in a little. We get the "Low" because we ship in big Quantities. We can treat you better than the cat- alogue Houses will. Why! You get wnat you want when you want it; You see our goods and try them on before you buy them. Don't deal with us just to keep our money at home, but because you can keep more of your money in your own pocketbook. Tsvr" i ffeVeryone will expect to pay . t)ii buying as we do in case i Sis we are fully prepared to fhevold prices. We are. not but you will find the entire ever...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 13 October 1916

m, $f. fi1 ?K BHW 51! !,S' 'W . j r i is- -' .'' ( wK vrv -"p " - S53E sidtnt WllWs " Proclamation. 'TT-,-r' V ' fheras, I have received from 4to Senate of the. United States gk Nswtation, passed July 7, 1916, ffdng H8 toiiows: KuVTUwolved, That, aopreciatinc liMl. autfafinrra nf tho Svrinn pie, it iB suggested that the isidentof the United Stales KSkl aside a.day upon which a di- &6t appeal to .sympathy of all lft fAifteric&n citizens shall be made &?Hlan opportunity shall be giv- Icyiuna Son the relief of Syrian feifcsopie," And whereas as Kesulution w ua&6d by the Congress of the'United States on July 18. 1916 reading as follows: 'Resolved by the Senate (the Houses of Representatives con- curing), That, in view of the miiety. wretchedness and hard- ships, which these people are suf- fering, the President of the IJnitfed Strttes be respectfully asked, to designate a day on towllich,the citizens of this country may give expression to their sympathy by contributing t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 13 October 1916

r . u w S ' -m ii . ft ,' J . t. rtf- - ! aqg. . 4; i -, it r. OMit ,rff.. "i ',; "', ' ,'-v.' A t IX-K' l 1 K J yP'f " ytu, I.ht 'l ' Ml " lit. .hr I J.i.fc (j l1 '"7 1 BootlegiBg Business - , Thrives. The" bootlegRitiK business is flourishing and the modern pur- veyor sf drinks who has failed to, pay a Government license is as up to-date as any, using an automobile in his business, ac- ' cording to idformation furnished to Federal authorities here. It has been reported that liquor is being taken into the forbidden 'territory of Oklahoma in this way No one questions an auto- mobile and the modern bootleg- ger simplp comes to Dallas, loads ; p with a supply and runs into Oklahoma with it. Federal of- ficials have practically stopped train shipments. But it also is reported the bootlegging business carried on in automobiles is not confined to Oklahoma by any means, but that it flourishes in dry counties of Texas. It is said that some women engage in the game. . The rish apparently ha...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 13 October 1916

s'" ' inertSK. XJTTrTT , Ptnv,i MfMbaMtftairttti mUimJm - t-r J T'. n ir - 1 is i;,.ifHf "V h W wv " x t p fS m ? E2Z The Tribune And News :otrVx- U-fvuvn.x. hS OCTOBER 13, 1916 Granville Killlngsworth On last Sunday night at his home in Prairie Dell, Granville Killingsworth, aged 20 years, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Kill- iricrsworth. Dassed away, after ffw.A,. , t ingswortn, passea away, anur Some married couples walk the an illness of a few weeks, his trsetsin,a perfect honeymoon t nd forget it as soon as they get back home, but the public is wise and fsn't so easily bamboozed. , Don't blame things on the ' Lord. If the Lord caused it, he had a purpose in view and is not Koing to change it. If you caus- ed it yourself and have grit to try to pul), out, maybe the Lord will lend you a hand you tt if ling rascal. Geo. Bailey. Under Woodrow Wilson's ad- ministration American farmers have gained over one billion dol- lars per year Union Labor wag- es baye advanced ten per cent: America...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 13 October 1916

VJSX&MTWQl sr-w'fw?;, , " w o u 1 ' 'rr-fiV. f i -t' " ., v ' .,1, i'...j3 . ''...-.. B 4 ft m. :' ;V,it ' M-,. i, v l?,. , vr H '; $ r fei' Lt.r t . fit . fS?" i'V 17 "',. ;. . ' i a ,-r. v? at'- fa'ta?' gfris- mr. .. m;i' It Its To Eat We Have It With our new Auto Delivery Truck and Two Delivery Wagons we can have your Groceries in your kitchen jn a few minutes after receiving your order. PHONE 58 OR 76 Rowntree Bros I Alligator News Let everybody go to AiliRator Saturday night and have a good "time. i&X' pie from Friendship were in our 'Tu' - - Messrs E. A. Limmer, J, E. . Pruettand A. Goss will go as delegates from this to the asso- ciation at Weir this week. Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Milhause were in our midst Sunday. Mr. and-Mrs. Daueherty of Pe- can spent Sunday with their t; daughter, Mrs. W. C. Rice. Say Wandering Willie gather up all your neighborhood and all come to Alligator Saturday night The Ladies Auxiliary will meet with Mrs. E. A. Limmer Monday b evening. Poor Boy....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 13 October 1916

VH9UV IWVW'WW'J1 "Ml WiplUU.ifm ii. j i,ii . .'J' u,,p OMJM lOT 1 v s ' ' ' '0 .51 -h '" w ,v i ' '- , tJ n ' ' " ' -j , ti - r I , ' o o , ft'' . q : -. ' " ' '" ' ' : . . " ' - - ., 2. . I I 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. t weatherman LOCAL GOSSIP ; t Miss JelTie Ray Smith of Colum- - t, '; bus is the. geust of her sister Mrs ' C. Mi Blair. Fred Limmer wants to buy - your seed .cotton. See him. i,v-""'Mr. W. A. Stiles : of Akes School House was in town Mon- t Vday and made the Tribune a V pleasant call.3 Miss Effie Bartlett returned t ' home Sunday from an expended Uneral Wells. it of Gold Medal Flour, idjbran just received at sETItoh. '(I NetKBartlett has returned from ., ' "'from, a visit to relatives in Bis- . 'hop, 1 Large sales profits is our motto -E. J, Pavel, , . .Mrs. T, J. Irvin and children visited friends in M...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 20 October 1916

C j "l I ,"V " m1? ' .'fitfu , afl I '"If.'Li. " L .1 i J.f- 'tV '!i''"fc3! sfl- J; i ,! AND NEWS R, P. GATES, Editor and Proprietor BARTLET, WILLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 20, 1916. $1.00 Yer. VOL. XXXI. No. 21' w TSSW,V v J MI I cf J HoypWins First Prize ',' ' On Pig Given Him. i P"''- . . . Temple, Texas, Oct. 16. Olan Higginbotham, a 12 year old boy on rolite 4t out of Holland, Bell County, was the first prize win- ner in the recent Bell county fair, in the' swine department, hisj award' beinc: for beat hog 10 -nionths 61d. The prize animal is riamed "Jennie Ferguson" and , jt' was a gift tg the boy from v Governor Ferguson last February At the time of exnibit the likely a young sow Weighed S85 pounds, k ,Tho boy became interested in the. pig club missionary work giv- u et iti his school by the county superintendent and the manager , .f,tne Girls Canning clubs. His ' "father and brother refused to let 'him'httve at)igout of the home Libunch, and jokingly advisedfhim I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 20 October 1916

vi"' TV j vm m&imti. mwm:& r.C, " Kv f i u II "III ll I II f ii uifciiMH" m P"f -r- W' It Mt 8kv E W ,'. - V 10? 1 f . K. f "fvr1 " tL The Tribune AnH News lf.' FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1916 V kBR yj$$ Th trouble is that there are nw - .i ...i j i. t . so many peome wnu uo nut kuuw , what to do with their money r.v wnen tney mane it. , Too many people attempt to dJsciiss affairs about which they Vf, K1IUW Uia IllllU. lUOl Uj uciuiu P,, jrou talk too much; ftumor has it that Bartlett is ttoing to have a fine brick hotel but just when we are not in a position to say. Some sweet day though, we venture to say. , Like a railroad building through the country usually kills about as many towns as it makes. So it is with the hich price of cotton injures about as many people as it helps. Let us'be careful. The Ketail Merchants Associ- ation is a Rood organization, and should have the hearty -support of every citizen. The associat- ion is one that will greatly bene- fit you if properly used...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 20 October 1916

'.. i j 't(i V 'i Vfl "9 j k. 'k" E l 111." "-, T i:rt, 1,,Z d i'M' 1 wy V 1 tf 1 m ii mL Jt' yassss Attto Uctnses Are Now Number 2006. " Betton. Tex;, Oct 14, Coun- ty Clerk P. B. Madison reports the last auto license issued today "? b& the number 2006. Mr. ,'j &ulifon estimates the number I to own in actual use in the coun- ty at about 1850. fe8ome of the parties to whom licenses were issUsed have mov- i?a3 trom the county. The num- fi. ...nit , 1 . t proqr oi tne licenses issued cotnese pArues still holds in their name fchd would be the number of the 'tor belonging to them should they return to the county. , Mr. Madison states that this year's registration of cars began svith license No. 1375. (, license 2006 went to M. J. Truelove of Salado, Death of Mrs. W. A. Smith r,Mrs. Martha M, Smith, wife of Erof W. A. Smith, once coun- ty commissioner of Williamson county, died at their home on ,N6rth Gabriel Tuesday night and was buried at Andice at 4 p. m, Wednesday. A large co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 20 October 1916

Ut ri v Tit S ---- t- Jk R' 1 SA ' ' The Tribune And News FRIDAY. OCTOBER 20, 1916 n ' A frequent headline to be seen in our exchanges is "Automobile . Accident' followed in the next issue with an obituary telling x how some of the victims died in ? great agony. With the number Q of cars in Bartlett multiplying every day, it is but the part ot wisdom of drivers to exercise every effort toward the preven- tion of accidents and never take chances. There is no excuse for this recklessness and if the prac- tice is continued this office will be called upon to print some fttneral notices, while sorrowing .friends will congregate in the nearby cemetery to witness the burial of some friends. Not A Thing'bn Bartlett Hereafter, when Houston boasts of being the home of three congressmen, Texarkana will be in a position to counter witn the observation that it has dual rep- resentation in the United States senate. Senator Morris Shep- imrd registers from Texarkana. Texas, and Judge William F. Ki...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 20 October 1916

TW v3Ll ..?: , ' 4"','V f -f VJ " .! , - "a u m kWP f m I' 1' x LOCALS and PERSONALS y; For Sale. fn nntn rrrtArl Intnra vinfinn Miss Virgio Bell has accepted mules. 3 horses, 11 shoats, 1 ex tra good milk, cow, 1 .springer cow and one heifer. W. H. Cameron. h a position with the St Louis Store ' as cashier. Bob Thompson will buy your seed cotton and pay you the top " price. See him. ,'! N Truohart was among those If who nt-lnndnrl hhr DnllnB fnir- Hi in W&. t WOOU x Mrs. Fnrrnstnr nnrt litiWIjiiiirh- .ter were Dullas visitors this m week. ; : Nowotny's customers are com- "jng back to him, there is treason ft,', for it. Mrs. Drew Phillip3 of Mem- I, '.'phis, Tenn., is here on account .,bf the death of her brother-mlaw Tom Denson. For Sale theap Two 4 room cottages, close in. Apply to 13. C. Son n tag. '"' Mrs. Lucas Rowntree is visit- ing the Fair. Scha .ve wants to buy your pro- duce. He will sell you dry oods -and groceries right, ,'. Dr. Barton of Temple was heVo :'i this wee...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 20 October 1916

if ffPu. j ; ?j , &M$mi& tw r IfH.'1 T 1 1 lt- J f ;i i j , ft ' ''cr'.ft &j"J3 t,,tc: mmmmmmtmtmmmUftitmmmmmtm m iMm iiMh MhMMmtf t-fs'i KJ . ---. CI, ...i,ygB J , , y Washing Made Easy &2&s- flWMMMKKTt tj ; 1fr ". fc(" ' Call at our Drug Store and , let us explain to you the ad- vantage of this new method i o washing. Nothing like ' this has ever been put on the market before. Come see. I ieatkerman JLlrug CjO. LOCAL GOSSIP " 3ohn Lindsey of San Marcos was here last Friday on business. t. Large sales profits is our motto -F, J. Pavel. T. W. Talbot and lamily were Kaests of Mr. and Mrs. Troy Tip- ton 'last Sunday. k You will save monev if you or- der your fall suit at Pavel's. x,i Hon. Edmund Heinsohn of Temple, was the guest of his parents here the past week. Mr. Heinsohn is one of Bell County's able young attorneys, -and has a bright future. ' Lloyd Clark who is a student in the Tyler Commercial College, writes that he is highly pleased with his studies in tha...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 20 October 1916

Pfjf5PPPiwS ", 4 V ,"'! . Vf . ?if?M F.f.Wf &xmh wrtfmF? ;gp w i . ' ou y V"-M $ M- f -, ( In HI mmmiL'i & . 5 i m r H.' t jr r? I WSlTv .. t V f A ' t - Mi'X y v. i$f- L r. WijA j . '. -s - r M wvr, ttv - fofr& m v w h. . h. i ill ,k . at Jew ij ! - - - - 7 - t- ,- jit; - ( ' ' r rrir TTrTJt 7 t Model 32-Six Motor I Are you looking for a car light in weight, yet strong in power and endurance? Then Oakland recommends to you the Light Six-a Six that weighs but 2100 pounds. And yet, it is big enough to carry five people comfortably. It has all the smoothness and flexibility of six cylinders with the advantage of long tire mileage and low fuel cost. T!he Oakland Light six develops 30 to 35 horse- power which, with its light weight, will carry you easily over any. You can turn quickly in a short space with this car; you can worm through congested traffic from a crawl, or accelerate to a lightning get-away with equal ease. All Oakland asks is that you compare the specificatio...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 20 October 1916

J7?m . .f ,s . V !.--,. - , - " n 4wimmiM nl'jJttM'fM'W'11 mt umt mjm r .... i.fW ttti iMhJflMwUfcwAlUy4i Mum ii m mi i V S r T.. ' ' . J t. . J C . " r " , ' I -u'-i-M:- '$ W M .r I !' wrnismnd ome '$ ' lrlJbp jJCvJti iaHBawj l' 'y iMii mm ii iii in !! !! n uammmmmmmmmmmm '. fwYour Ship Will Come In as your bank account- fe'iwows. Most fthings of life :: possible by a Barlett State Bank Entre Nous Club. 1 f'flftfo Hoinx RrtlrJirin1 ttme Mm lft,i- .. v. .....,...- - ffracious hostess to the hntre -Nous Club and friends on last 5 ' tTrirlnv f fnmnnn. Thfi nut of 1 to.wn guest was Miss Jeffie Ray , Smftli. of Columbus, The Club Vwas Very glad to -welcome Mrs. Effie Bartlett home again. She V will be the next hostess, on the ( , 7.i On account of the shortness .'Sjftfih'e days, the hour for meet- " jfng.will be 3:30; please come promptly. As usual, all enjoyed fine popular game of 42. Mrs. i.John' Lawrence winning high lJ Score. Dainty, delicious refresh- ' merits were served at the cl...

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