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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 13 September 1917

«**> ! U: mrr TE «tT liMP. -«C ttot >«mm- jsiv*- m ixrcurr. uc a i >. tiuti um- * Ufmpv<rC u> ; "Th if mi ittea." True Econoi Fdoes not consist in bring stingy or denying' your- self what you need. Buy what you need only be asre you are getting your momer* worth. We have no bargain iays in \ ir store but you get your money's vorzi time you make a purchase. Oar Stock is Complete in* titer Prices are Alwavs lio&tf Freeman & Jackson ""The Quality Drosf ^tore." hm nafcmtg -aw mmtSmm ««d* tbbt. ssiigjstfia s-a xammtr. Jt mine ar mwi*- -aensSiihr samwe "4 -*jar dHB «r "ham- m a a«cs«- *ar- imi tar >msB ioM H* ■""^*=r*a* Saa{E!? jftja "" 11IIII|WilHI " KauafSg; -Jar taw aass a «J . rrrraar-Jaar wrc sc "aw -tanas -Jr -taw af V 3 sr "m*' ■fteawr- hiiiiwii * -"at- «« c tsa«- (ih ukt w; vmr^r nir mur" mrm, .-• ■ ■-r a. wbws. miwumb: «e >iat a®* e"T««r" 5i*r a war ! •. aswarar.-w —-uurc *s«r * jrraar wo* a -3a amsfc. tSasw- jsv -sat tuMa ane rat -fwra anc -^waune' i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 13 September 1917

. / %*■* the BELTON JOURNAL —BY- LION JOURNAL LISHING CO. of man, or that ever elicited t thought in the council of the Gods. It is not needful to remind yon young men that you are not going into this war for the purpose of ■ fighting' the battles of other peoples PUB- ' ** pacifists and slackers would have you believe; you are not going into this war for the purpose of up- | holding France and England in an junholly alliance, but you are going 'for the purpose of upholding the j principles of free government, and 1 in the interest of depressed peoples, > any and everywhere, and to estab- lish for all time to come the fact that, this nation, of, for, and by the people shall not perish from the earth. Your forefathers, and mine, as SUBSCRIPTION PRICE. brave and bold warriors as ever -25 ! wore a uniform or fought beneath a . turn o. P. PVLE Emm. CHA& W. PYLE M'gr. at the Post Office at Texas, as second-class mail BM' I - Basai 1 i m Sf> *~i 1. S & m - j plume, spilled t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 13 September 1917

, ■ •va f>jKr w THE BELTON JOURNAL: THURSDAY, SEPT. 13, 1917. ADDRESS DELIVERED BEHJUE HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS MONDAY TV fokilwing address wa deliv- ered before the BelUun High School mUideaLs Monday morning, September 10th, by Rev. J. R. Nutt, pastor of the First Baptist church of thi* city; Difficult it-*, (he Beat Helpers. "Along life's pathway there are many obstacle* and difficulties to be overcome. Across the pathway of Napoleon's march into Italy lay the Alps. Mi*rep -e-entation, .-.lander arid abase, sought to Mock the way of George Washington in his march "into the heart# of hi* countrymen." But he stand- today in the heart* and affections of the American peo- ple as "first in war, first in peace, and first in the hearts of his coun- trymen." These difficulties were helps and not hindrances. Let it be clearly understood that a fixed, steadfast purpose is the se- cret of all success. A puny purpose means failure. Any one of a thous- and obstacles will block the way be- fore ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 13 September 1917

SWBWI BaiSi a _ & i-u!..^ - !ftS|iUgw>^p9;;!' y •■•• **' ; tMkH^'i', ,!? I f^fiumKraP' i'V^v;.- ■'$$? SMIi THE BELTON JOURNAL: THURSDAY, SEPT. 13, 1917. iMnaaaMHHM PT&- *■ f "%& <. v wlwm jgPrx. :^Fv* i&H&MS •S GET YOUR SEASON TICKET NOW FOR B3®fi3p**^r Bell County Fair! October 1,2, 3,4, 5,6,1917!—Midway, Between Belton and Temple, Texas! A liberal commission is being paid the U. D. C. of Belton, Benefit War Relief Fund, for the sale of Season Tickets and General Admission Tickets to the Fair. Buy your tickets from them now and help the Fair; help in the World War and help your local organization. Season tickets only $2.00—Good for all six days and good for entrance as many times each day as you may wish to come and go. * Features Extra-Ordinary at the Bell County Fair! ft - ■ t ' :; I $'%'.:: V i a'S'.'h.*-V': 1 *' I* NOTICE—TO ALL LIVE STOCK EXHIBITORS. Rule 5, page 8, of the catalog, regarding two en- tries before premiums will be awarded, will not appl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 13 September 1917

THE BELTON JOURNAL: THURSDAY, SEPT. 13, 1C 17 Housewives! Economy is the Talk of the Country Today \ou want cake to eat and you want tfood cake, but hiyh fiour, butter, eggs and sugar, with other corresponding high priced ingredients, prevent you from baking as you would like to. The so- lution is to use STONE'S BITTER-MADE CAKES! I hey are always as good as you expect them to be, and you can get any variety you want, just the size you want, and always fresh. STONE'S CAKES—1.3c each, or 2 for 25c. Phone your order to us with order for other Grocery and Market Needs. J. H. James & Sons Central Avenue : : : : BELTON, TEXAS EDUCATION DAY AT BELL COUNTY FAIR CALLED HER FAMILY TO HER REDSIDE Years Ago, Thinking Sbe Might Die, Says Texas Lady, Bat Now She Is a Well, Strong Woman and Praises Cardui For Her Recovery. Jloyse Ct4y, Tex.—Mrs. lean, of this place, says; tlrth of my little girl. ..my aide com- menced to hurt me. I had to go back to bed. "We called the doctor. He treated me.....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 13 September 1917

THE BELTON JOURNAL: THLRSDAY, SEPT. 13, 1917 Sis! 1 m n ESe',«uH I &r % t Shall Wear For Fall? ' % m ml£t&M ■ mm rm; ■*■: *= ■ T^'r ,r:' Bfe PI ' Mwr- ■'■ i«l i lip & ft SB^ &"WM K3* ■■'' I • 'V 'iv). ,; 'V"- :"33€^ ■: '■'! - . -®a !5P-#P fti S jfti|ff«lr*#' Sv ?'ifi fcg—i^K M! -t '" ' W&se??* - -V ^ x« FtIhis question has been asked many times by the women of Bell County in the last week or two, and now that our buyers have returned and the goods are on dKspfesr we can intelligently answer the above question. The answer will be found below m & farad" description that we give of the latest arrivals. However any description we might give wiE Ml short of adequately describing their beauty. We would rather you see them, eome tonm*tot. w, % > - j. ' - * % : .-'v"'ii' ^: * jt Betty Wales Serge Dresses Are Necessary To Every Woman's Wardrobe! There is only one thing better than a Serge Drew, and that's two Serge Dresses; one for'morning wear and shopping, anothe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 7 February 1918

v SKSm <*,; THE BELTON . t / f" « BELTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1918. * " -= Number 44 TRANSPORT CARRYING TROOPS TO FRANCE SUNK OFF COAST OF IRELAND—NEARLY ALL ON BOARD SAFE HORRORS OF WORLD WAR BROUGHT HOME TO US 107th Supply Train. No. 100 Aero Squadron. Replacement detachments No. I and No. 2 of the Thirt.v-Sec- ond Division. Fifty-one casual * officers. , INTERESTING ITEMS BELTON BRANCH i OF RED CROSS A LETTER FROM A BELTON BOY IN FRANCE SCHOOL SUPERVISOR TO VISIT BELTON 21 7HL> I> Ot'K F1KST TROOP SHIP TO FALL A VICTIM 1 he Thirty-Second Division is OF THE TEKKIBLE AND UNMERCT- composed of National Guard FIT SUBMARINE. i troops from Michigan and Wis- consin. The division trained at _ Camp McArthur. Texas. 39AKLY ALL ARE SAVED FROM A WATERY CRAVE The 107th Engineers was ' composed of the First Natation _ —„ . . of Michigan engineers, the Tbm- * (Her T « Thowand Brave Sobers Aboard • J Was Sank Off jlO'tfa Military police was made ^ Iriili Coast. up ^roD1 the Four...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 7 February 1918

' •;M v:- ' V I h ■ ; THE BELTON JOURNAL: THURSDAY. PTT.R 7r 1918. "S — 'fl ■ ■ •■" BELL V RANGERS AND CONFEDERATE SOLDIERS From "Notes on Bell County History" (in preparation) By Gfo. W. Tyler Of • OR some time I have been endeavoring to make up the | First Lieutenant, were organized, AlusU'r Rolls of the Bell County ante-bellum Ranging1 early in i860, to guard the frontier. Squads nnd of the Companies of soldiers contributedJ These formed a cordon across the by Bell County to the Confederate and State service western border to prevent the incur- duing the Civil War, 1861-65. Thf rolls in the Adju- jsions of the hostile Indians into the tant General's office of Texas were destroyed when settlements. In February, 1800, Dr. John W. Embree received a eommis sion to organize such a company to be known as the "Texas Mounted the old capitol building Was accidentally burned in 1881. Some of these Confederate Company rolls (not all of them) are in the Confederate Archjeves of the War De- p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 7 February 1918

THE BELTON JOURNAL: THURSDAY, FEB. 7, 1918. % € ALL ABOUT W. S. S. ) t mmM, ■ 1 r- 5VC>- - WHAT ARE THEY? They are War Saving Stamps. They are of two kinds— United States Thrift Stamps (25c each). United States War Savings Stamps ($1.12 each). Sixteen U. S. Thrift Stamps plus twelve cents in cash in January, 1918, will purchase a War Savings Stamp, which when affixed to a War Savings Certificate is the guarantee of the Government and the people of the United States to repay on January 1, 1923, the full amount with interest at 4 per cent compounded quarterly. The U. S. Thrift card is a pocket-sized card given free of charge to purchasers of U. S. Thrift Stamps. The War Savings Certificate is a pocket-sized folder given to holders of War Savings Stamps. War Savings Stamps are as safe as the United States. WHY Should I Buy Them? BECAUSE—we are at war; ' jr I BECAUSE—the more we save, the more labor and material will he available for the use of the government and for the support of o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 7 February 1918

drnmsi W THE BELTON JOURNAL: THURSDAY, FEB. 7. 1918. THE BELTON JOURNAL wtth torn am the part of ah etM % *1** *1- «W«<TW fOREfcT TUXK C&KTtXVK TO ALL CHILDREN LOVE for uywtl dUigeaee and m- *T I41U* ( fAU- | **SVKl'P OF FIGS** FOR Thes tie* were thane ■■ , who art toiicitotsa that Legislate Tike Cnerm*rskj«. U. Im aorf Ca#«. fcyyd. my «U **W*r friend return day hereof, in some news- _ paper published in your county, to LIVER AND BOWELS appear at the next regular term of the District Court of Bell County, to —BY— LTON JOURNAL LISHING CO. CASTOR IA For Infants and Children In Use For Over 30 Years Always bears the PUB- O. F. fTLE CU JUL W. FYLE met*** aha/1 ae taken ->n <*.her Ma^hsi. atif at faster CaL at Va t I was taikaujr with turn in it bca frrrriah, cross. bilious, be holden at the Court House there- tMM or cabjeet* that are deemed fin-- Ug Aadfeuraam Mrarr %dfc- at 2«iSo«. aaly a few da>> *gv about for bad breath or hour of, in Belton, on the First Monday ^ ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 7 February 1918

7HE warn* KKWUUU-. THI KHDAY, FEB. 7, 1918. • t % * % I S> € i) * % * EAT WITHOUT FEAR OF INDIGESTION OR SOUR ACID STOMACH Instant relief! Tape's IKapepnin" end* your atomach distress. Try it! Wonder what upset your stomach —which portion of the food did the damage—do you? Well, don't bother. It your stomach in in a revolt; if, sick, gassy and upset, and what you 1 Just ate has fermented and turned sour; head dizzy and aches; belch gases and acids and eructate undi- gested food; breath foul, tongue j '■oatcd— just take a little Pape's I Diapepsin to help neutralize acidity j and in five minutes you wonder what became of the indigestion and dis- j tress Millions of men and women today know that it is rffcedless to have dys- pepsia. A little Diapepsin occasion- ally keeps the stomach sweetened I and they eat their favorite food* without fear. If your stomach doesn't take care of your Iberal limit without rebel; I lion; if your food is a damage in- stead of a help, remember the quic...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 7 February 1918

■H i1' 1 l'#Mp'1ir'' .. BHP ■ "-lit.: THE BELTON JOURNAL: THURSDAY, FEU. 7, 1918. wtyfEHS'.'.' V -''i- l%P UNI!) •uii- 1^2 4K"; . H ■Wb ■ WOMEN OF MIDDLE AGE Need H<!p to Pass the Crisis Safe- ly—Proof that Lydia E. Pink- ham's Vegetable Compouad Can be Relied Upon. Urbana.IfL—"During Change of Life, in addition to Its umoying symptoms, I ~i ' had an attack of grippe which lasted la!! winter and left [ me in a weakened ' condition. 1 felt at times that I would never be well again. I read of Lyuia E. iPinkhmn's Vege- table Compound r and what it did for l V^ii"( women passing through theChange of Life, so I told my vUjJ doctor I would try _ > ]9 it. I soon began to . " Rain in strength >*:tuVi the annoying •'i- 1 "/raptoms dis- appear «i hvi 57/1.1 Vegetable Compound has nmde r,' a woii, strong woman so I do all my mn housework. I cannot recommend Ly E. i'inkham's Vege- table Compound too highly to women passing through the Change of Life." —Mrs.rRANKIiENSoN, 1316S. Orchade ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 7 February 1918

Wife: THE BELTON JOURNAL: THURSDAY, FEB. 7, 1918. 11 BELL COUNTY RANGERS AND CONFEDERATE SOLDIERS Continued From Page Two.) Sinus, Sam (Co. K.) Sinclair, Steve (Co. E.) Smith, Barton Smith, Calm Smith, Uiil Smith, William Sneed, Sam Sneed, William Sorrells, Noah Sparks, Daniel Spence, George Spurlin, William Stanley, William Storey, Sam Sutton, Anderson Sutton, Jesse Thompson, I). P., ("Paola" or "Doc") Townsend, James Wallace, Hal C., Hot Springs, Ark. Wharton, Frank Wheat, Sam D., Teni])le Wheat, Win. J., Goulbusk, R. F. D. Coleman County. Whitsell, William (Co. E.) Wilke, Andy Wills, Ale\, Granger Wills, Arch, Rogers Witt, Also a German, given name Fred. Also a man, given name Jack. ^ Total, 147 men. • : Captain X. B. Saunder's Company. • ompany A, 10th Texas Volunteer Infantry. Enlisted in Winter of 1961-2. (Roll very incomplete) Officers: Saunders, X. B., Captain. White, James M., 1st Lieutenant. Estes, J. F., 2nd Lieutenant. Kile, Ishmael, 3rd Lieutenant. Hancock, Wm. P., 3rd ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 7 February 1918

THE BELTON JOURNAL: THURSDAY, FEB. 1, 1918. Men'8, Ladies' and Children's Wm - Wm .H THE TOP, FARMERS! OVER THE TOP! W r Pi If You Do Not Take Advantage Of This Sale You Will Regret It! NO APPROVAL TICKETS MADE DURING THIS SALE Hosiery Shining Parlor WAR BREAD! MR mm. i C. .• RAISED CORN BREAD. 2 Cups Sponge 2 Cups Meal 1 Cup Water 2 Tablespoons Melted Lard 2 Tablespoons Salt Add Few Chopped Raisins Put in pan and when it begins to rise put in oven and bake. jx&wi&b-te ■ ■ Seeds and Onion Sets! NEW GARDEN AND FLOWER SEED JUST ARRIVED. ONION SETS, 40c GALLON. * J. H. James & Sons 1 = • • ■'* Cleaning! | This war cannot be won with- out the aid of the Farmers. | Why? • Because they represent about 80 per cent of the population of the Eleventh Federal Reserve District, in which we live, and it is impossible for the other 20 per cent of the people to carry the financial burden. The farmer in this section who has done reasonably well last reason has indeed a double duty to pe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 18 July 1918

V ' r I • ' •'* )> > 11. r t r s;°" lij/f T BELTON JOURNAL V v* a ii 9 ■ J^ilH Volume 62 BELTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 18, 1918. 15 / i ,y s LONG DELAYED DRIVE ON WHICH THE GERMANS DEPENDED TO GO ON TO PARIS HAS UTTERLY FAILED BELTON TO BE ON THE MERIDIAN HIGHWAY County Commissioner W. P. Denman has worked hard, against great odds, to get a lateral highway established via Belton to Georgetown. He had to enlist the aid of friends in different parts of the State in order to get the designation, bat he never quit, and now his good work has borne fruit. Mr. Denman is in receipt of the fol- lowing letter from the Secre- tary of the Highway Associa- tion: Austin, Texas, July 17, 1918. —Hon. W. P. Denman, County Commissioner, Belton, Texas. Dear Mr. Denman: At your request I succeeded this morn- ing in getting the Highway Commissioners to designate the Meridian Road as 2 B from Austin, via Fiskville, Round Rock, Jarrell, Prairie Dell, Bel- ton, to Temple, and connecting Meridian Road...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 18 July 1918

' hL~ ., r£®0* ' / r N_ THE BELTON JOURNAL: THUR8DAY, JULY 18, 1018. "Scv successful in getting ^ -s tity-five, the nine- urn touk. ntEm J : Sift Tea and Sulphur DarktM So Naturally that Mo- body can toll. 'v- . / m' Hair that loses it* color and lustre, or «bm it fades, tarns eray, dull and life- a Tack of [ sulphur In Site hair. Onr grandmother made up a is caused by mlr'm? "iSPSS C]sf!c."! I' - . 'SM" P %,*• mm ■e ■ mixture of 6age Tea and Sulphur to keep her iocka dark and beautiful, and thousands of v-omen and men who value that even color, that beautiful dark •hade of hair which is so attractive, use «aW this old-time recipe. Nowadays we get this famous mixture Improved by the addition of other ingredi- imlt by aaking at any drug store for a 50- eent bottle of "Wyeth's Sage and Sul- phur Compound," which darkens the Mir so naturally, so evenly, that nobody «an possibly tell it has been applied. You jwat dampen a sponge or soft brush with ft and draw this through your hair, tak...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 18 July 1918

, twillm Jim"" i THE BELTON JOURNAL: THURSDAY. JULY 18. 1913. ♦SfiK m SAVINGS STAMPS ISSUED BY THE united states government 3 TCAR SAVINGS STAMPS ISSUED BY THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT * 1 WIN® * .i el !!!( & > Belton 7/ k A £ I 1 % r^ * * •* ... r o Your Money May Buy the Shell that SiriKs a Submarine r WS.S. m SAVINGS STAMPS ISSUED BY THE UJ B 3 ^/NO* WS.S. W SAVINGS STAMPS ISSUED BY THE '' UNITED 8TA1 GOVERNMEJ

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 18 July 1918

™wss«: THE BELTON JOURNAL: THURSDAY, JULY 18, 1918. ccetinful in getting: five, the nine- cent THE JOURNAL BBLTON JOURNAL LUSHING CO. «JB- O. P. PYLE CHAS. W. PYLE Vuw(lag Biitor mmd Buaiat*# M'gr. Present Address: With the Amer- ican Expeditionary Forces, "Some- where in France." Entered at the Post Office at Texas, as second-class mail Kii SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: Three Months JS 8ix Months 75 One Year. $1.50 it? m jpi UNITED STATES PRESIDENTS AND HISTORICAL EVENTS (By Maudie Morgan, a Htadeat Cotton Wood School, Mart, Texas.) After Columbus discovered this new world Of ours It was first under three European powers. Until our Independence was signed and fixed, In the year of seventeen and seventy six. Washington was chosen by the peo- ple of this land, And our rights for two terms were in his hand. He was first of our presidents under Old Glory unfurled, And he is called today the Father of the New World. land. After the sudden death of the construction Man; Under him came the Ku Klux ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 18 July 1918

"~n" THE BELTON JOURNAL: THURSDAY, JULY 18, 1918. 1 O > G J O J o ALL BECAUSE JUDGE SMOKED B O How Germans Turn Their Cap- tives to Account. I County of Nrw York I* Threatened With Action Which May Coat the People Money. T_ CHINESE HAD BRIGHT IDEA LOCAL NEWS ITEMS OF THE WEEK Three lawyers have declined to bring milt for a prominent New York busi- ness man upon the ground that it Mea la to Delude the People Into would bo "unethical," yet each admits Thinking That Military Victoriea ! that the Injury in the case cannot be Are Conctantly Being Won by ; disputed and that there ought to be tha Kaiser's Soldier* ! Borne way In which the business man i could secure Just relief. Should a „ „ I lawyer be found willing to bring the Iran S. Hosslu?r. a Canadian soldier, glllt> gome „traordlnary precedent bait Just been In to see me. For a j ro)||jga may be expected. year he was a German prisoner. \\ In n Recently, says the New York corre- the Germans caught him he was badly wounded In t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Belton Journal — 18 July 1918

'fe > is iS« ?«et*iwsB<d ., —- BffMN 'P? T— SSgfc^V THE BELVm JOURNAL: THUESDAY, JULY IS, If 18. Kl®!i Aire rVKNRSHCKG FKKE M«l 27. j | to Ait. 7| «f the Constitution «f the Sui« rf T«ae by champing See. 3, pro- viding for a thirty-Are cent tax levy for the maintenance of the pobBe schools of Texaa, and pro- viding free text bods in public schools at the State of Texas, and appropriation there- Be it i giinUpe c il by the Legislature of the State at Texas: Section 1. That Section 3, Article 7, of Bte Constitution, be so fhang od as to read as follows (creating a sew section S>: See. 3. One-fourth of the rere- uoe derived from the State ocenpa- ht^s4 aad aes to pey faiatiS the SIMP 11 SAVE TIC Cora syr-op or etfior syrup can bo aaed to swoetoa eakee. toot, of aH ktada, to mako asutsa. and for can- j alnf mmd preeerving. la oao4hlrd by weight of the original amount of sugar used ho replaced by tjrni#. «ra some recipes sug- by the United States Pood Administration. dWWMHMHMHKN...

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