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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 24 November 1916

m .'.' V fV V ff;7 , k ''J'f: ' k: tr , ,f..V flf o r atileff gibim Pi. ' . ... v fe $rt:f v 1' ,f ... SMVi ft :.. k, - M -; ;s: &'-.', v? AND NEWS jL R.K. (JATES, Editor ad Proprietor BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24 1916. $1.00 Year. VOL. XXXI. No. 2.1 h"$ H. E. CONFERENCE : COMPULSORY APPOINTMENTS SCHOOL NOTICE MISS STORRS SUSTAINS INJURIES THE HARRISONS ARE HERE--.G00D SHOW E."T mJP I a kmo ffv.Yri. t.y,j. "Ju if &. ' At the Central Texas Metho- u dist, conference held last week , jn Waxahachie, Rev. T. S. Arm- strong who has just completed four years as presiding elder of this, the, Georgetown district, g6es to Ennis as pastor. Rov. , ' lJ. G Mimms, who has been at '. tEnnis for two or three years, ,, but previous to that was pastor M Bolton, goes to Midlothian. . The complete list of, appoint- ments'for the Georgetown dis- . trict is as follows: i . Wk B, Andrews, presiding elden-" .. ' Betfohi VV. H. Howard; Bart- c left; $,. W.-4 Irvin; Florenc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 24 November 1916

F4?sy Tr-rw .4. ' "'"Igp'iNNlVj.i u -.?. :?. fe A n a a. , y, i.i. The Tribune And News fRIDAY, NOV. 24, 1916. Why not Bartlett get a Cotton Mill The more a man's thirst is ir- jritatea thefasterirjrrmvs. Liberty-Hill is badly in need of a good baker, says the Index. The, most favorable wind can io;'ntrh nb good who has no port. William Milten. who voted his first time when Zachery Taylor Was candidate for President in :i,848. rode six miles on a mule to Ozark to cast a ballotfor Wood- row Wilson. Milten is 96 years old, Do you realize how rapidly Bartlett is growing, and no boom either? Think how much differ- ence in Bartlett one year ago todav and now. Have you done your part toward this subsantial growth? Are you going to be a booster. Next Thursday is Thanks- giving. The Tribune editor is very thankful that he can do without a turkey. He is also thankful that some of his fellow men are able to eat turkey at , the present prices. The national woman's party claims a great victory ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 24 November 1916

& ViU "HSHP TO SUPPRESS RUMORS NOW WAS NOT HIS TIME TO WT Imprisonment AwalU the Man Who Indulge! In Goulp In London About the War. T11 war limes under 0 atriel cen- British Airman May Truly Be to Have Escaped by the "Skin of Hl Teeth. few V &. a y 4 - li i y , i ' . jj' I ipl I fi '. ir-i I I, " ,11 I (JJ) THS tlOTAU TAILOnj, CMICAOO'NCW TOflrt II Stand JjJH your taste, your selective ability, your partialities and penchants. A custom -tailor dressed man is not just one of the apples in the barrel, or one of the colorless pri- vates in the motley ranks. He Cleaning and Pressing is our hobby. Let us have p j Payg mat ran suit. Vulcanizing Our vulcanizing outfit enables us to fix blow-outs and weak spots in a way that unually makes them even stronger than the rest of the tire. Storage ffiattei'ies We will sell you the best battery on the market or re- charge your old ones. Oxy Jtccetyle?ie u elding Bring us your broken castings, we will fix them jll Work Siarariteed Mitchelin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 24 November 1916

i -ty v ' 4 J i' . ' ''u m Quails Are Reperted Very Scarce This Year ' Tlfe state game and fish de- partment is making a fiRht aginst .the Use of headlights in hunting fleer and intends to prosecute very oilense of this character, yiie fine is $10 to $100. The open season for quail will begin Dec. 1. It is claimed by the department that quail are unusally scarce this year, partly due to the storm last August, which destroyed many of the .nests and young. Ginners Report Washington, Nov. 21. Cotton ginned prior to Nov. 14 amount- ed to 9,615.833 running bales, including 168.348 round bales and 93,004 bales of sea island, the census bureru today announc- ed, Last year to that date 8,771,- 275 bales were ginned, including 82.312 round bales and 68,941 bales of sea island. Ginning by states follow: Ala- bama, 451.540; Arkansas, 926,- 443; California, 14,707; Florida, 421; Georgia. 1,581,683; Louisi- ana, 394,932; Mississippi, 649.434 Missouri. 47.014; North Carolina, '479.950; Oklahoma, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 24 November 1916

'i ''f?W i fp sa V ,Mi .. , ,Hj' " J J r U ' d i tMfci?' "T. m "ff? ant,to Locate Grave ' of Daniel Alexander t-v, r V ..1 tfy. ft' A ' t s . i ' 'A f ivSL . Some Tax Notes h Belton, Texas, Nov. 20. It is desired' to locate tlio crave of Daniel Alexander, whose death pdcurred near Davilln in 1854 or 1855. ; . Alexander was killed in his cabin.- j By Jris" will v Bell cbunty re-' ce'ivetTbeUveen' 1,000 and 2,000 acres of'land located in the Jesse Mumford and Geo. Dougherty leagues. w , This land was deeded to the .eounty for the' benefit of its public school?. Alexander was a bachelor and Belton, Nov. 15. Among the amounts paid today at the of- fice of Tax Collector J. D. Nelson was one check for $1,300, an- other for $983.80- and another for $387.50. The following are amounts of highest taxes paid: Peter Aanimersmith. Bolton. $1,820.29. Wilcox estate. Temple, $1,450. L. It. and Itolia Taylor, Tern- pie, 1.898.30. t. T. Moore, Kogers, $1854.83 W.'O. Maedgen, Troy, $1,387.- 59, Sealy ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 24 November 1916

It J o I ;'('- & The Tribune m And News FRIDAY. NOV. 24, 15)16. "" i Failure is the diamond of sue-1 o88 in the rough, and needs but ' pli3hing uo. With $1,200,000 deposits in fa B'artlett' three banks, to say SW )U.(HI1K IU l lU OillllvHUL ouiiwcii- $"ner and Jarrell, makes finances lnk good. Think how few people remain I at home of evening nowadays1 and read wholesome liteiatureasj they did in former years. It's! amusement-not enlightment-that the majority of the world seeks these days. w A case of typhus fever at Cisco in Eastland county, has been re- ported to the state board of ' health. It is said to have come in from an outside point, The patient has been isolated. P. L. Downs is one of the most progressive men in Texas. He is a banker in one ot the most pro- gressive counties in the state, auch men build empires. Bell county without men of the P. L. Downs type would today be in Wise county's class, hesitating, Tialting, about the merits of scientific farming. -Decatur Me...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 24 November 1916

3 i o HATS A '.H' '!. mm I rn.Mit ra tEm . Gf HALF PRICE From, now until the season closes I will sell all Hats in my stock at half price with exception of Mat Sets. Mrs. C. P. Hawkins At LESLIES' l JHkflto ;r si c. ; &' At LOCALS anil PERSONALS Mesdames W. W. Walton and R. F. Cates were Temple visitors yesterday. " Have your clothes cleaned, re- paired and pressed by real tailors and skillful men. Pavel. FJ. Pavel ha secured the Wv'ices,Mr. Martin Gardner of Dallas-in his tailor shop, as he is highly recommended as a tail- "or. We are now ready to make our clothes while you wait. Pavel, the tailor. . Emil Haase left yesterday for Cat Spring to attend the Silver C) Wedding Anniversary of his brother-in-law, Luedke. v We have now added another expert tailor, and can make your clothes Pavel. .N. W. Whitlock of Davilla was here yesterday on business. Quilt cotton at Bartlett Oil Mill, 3-pounds for 25cts. Chas, Heinsohn, the lumber man, is among those who kindly ' remembered the Tri...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 24 November 1916

5 - l . vA W,: E r r t r 'i ' w S-i ( A & " r sf , Si' fi ' to rt ,p .. ' ! 85 We Figure That our ability and desire to give our customers what they want is worth more to us than what we- accepting "something just as good" and being only halt, satisfied, with what we give them. EFFICIENT, PROFICIENT, SUFFICIENT Condra & Blair 1 "Vho ftexoll Store" Rartlett, Texas 11 wr Wn FOIL LOCAL GOSSIP Read the bank statements in this issue. Wanted To buy a good milqh cow see Alex Macha at Lawrence Bros. Aubrey Ru dasill who has for the past year been agent for the B'W at Florence has resigned his position there, and is now with the Bartlett State Bank of this city. Gift goods for each mem- ber of your family at Curling's Necessity Store. W. W". Walton returned home Monday night from a week's -visit to his farm interests near San Antonio and Corpus Christi. He reports splendid conditions in that section. Buy your mules from Dr. J. H. Hicks. C. T. Beckham, of near Abi- line, was here Satu...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 24 November 1916

'7iv'"i'1 v ' nv ti'imarvijxam ;..rrc 'Hi It J SW' ' V v f IH l.n YS; T m ) -n ."f ru V . ' V w in? " ft 'A. 8 X & , , la.. ip and Vernon Retire. JBelton. Nov. 20. With the swearing of the new officers the personnel or the commissioners' court chances in two of its mem- bers Judge W. S. Shipp and Commissioner N. B. Vernon re- tiring. ' Judge Shipp has served the county as judge and the com- missioners' court as presiding of- ficer for six years, He has been faithful to hit dyties and to the interests of the county in both capacities. Judge Shipp is a gentleman of highest polish and to all with whom his duties have brought him in contact he has extended most perfect courtesy. Commissioner Vernon has ser- ved Beat No. 2, for several terms though not succeeding himself in these terms. During the past term of two years his duties have been ardu- ous, haying on hand the highway improvement in both the Holland and Rogers districts. This work has been satisfactorily complet- ed. Mr. Ve...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 24 November 1916

ttt'JWr h v- f) i i '5" 'J.- ,,-H,fr f ii 1 Jt -i M ff- fit H KtX' srv .i :n m " ' i Mfirt 01 Grand Jury Belton, Nov. lfv-The following fiv tM report ot tne granu jury r ... .... , . ifi ior me mjvvmuur lunii ui mu district dour't as "Tiled with the wrt before adjourning: a To the Honorable P.M. Spann, Judge of the Twenty-Seventh Judicial District of Texasl We, the grand jurors selected nd empaneled as such for the November term of the Bell , ttfuritv court, bee leave to file the jfollowing report of our labors: i ' We' have been in session a iotal of eight days; have exam- ined more than five hundred wit- nesses and returned twq.ity-three Indictments for felony offenses. ,' We hav.e thoroughly investi- , , gated alj, violations of the law .. called to our attention. 5 And In pursuance of your hon- " 'tor's special charge with refer ence to the enforcement of the road laws of the county we beg to report that we have made a - most thorough investigation; we have had before us every o...

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

Mf-rtf ' : 1 VTO . CVT v . -- - -,, 'I i. JM IteJ i AND NEWS ! " 1 Ti' 'i "I, 't &'. CATES, Editor and Proprietor BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDAY: .DECEMBER 1 19tt. $1.00 Year. VOL. XXXI, N., rj Ml yfk L.--''i fc .i t ' TAYLOR FARMER KILLED BY AUTO Tkylor, Texas, Nov. 28.--R. Fi McLaren, a, prominent farmer n&af Taylor, was crushed to 'death beneath his car and his bod. nearly cremated in the ' flames when the car caught fire last night, after the car had fal- len, from a bridge across a creek. soyl) of town, vA.car of Elgin peonle passing slang the road found Mr McLar- ;eh'8 body beneath the car, The body was burned nerly beyond recognition. Both hands had been burned oil and the en- tire body practically cr.ematad. It is not thought, however, that Mr. McLaren ever suffered for even's moment, as the skull had beri crushed in when the cat 11 .on him, undoubtedly killed him instantly, ; The remains were brought to Taylor after notification to de- eendant's nephew, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 1 December 1916

W.v- W Sip'wVJ tl ' fe1 ' . j ,,ji fyppF f ' fctt WL V I t iV s'V J9! 551 '"i' fiV I) I -w jn L U. ' . f f 1 ' ,..; 1 1 t G . & ,, ,,i . 2. . i Ui!r' ,i , -1- c Tribune wAnd News FRIDAY, DEC. 1, 1916. df nl 1 The world is composed largely M "Saintly Hypocrites" and "'Honest .Sinners." To which fcktss do you belong? Pole Vernon has been County Commissioner many years, and has made a good one. He will be postmaster at Holland for the next 8 years. Pole is a jolly good fellow and claims every- body as his friend. Belton journal. In the federal court, here yes- lerdny afternoon a voluntary petition in bankruptcy was filed bv T. N. Alexander of Temple, a farmer. His liabilities are $1G, 012.75, the assets being $13,565. The exemptions total $815. IVaco Times Herald. The Tribune is glad to state that Bartlett has maintained its reputation as a cotton market ( this fall by paying the highest - prfces of any markets in this section. Our business men and cotton buvers are for Bartlett . ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 1 December 1916

"MVP i ft'rf rf : - "l 7 r b j rH -b-,. K Hv. .L tt & H&V EV0 r msu nws Kfl? , i Kr .. i V'r - w Hk jSKflPWtfS'' r Attention Farmers. you Should Patronize the Round Bale at Even Prices. From Austin Statesman: , h. E. Lyday of ttavenna, chairman of the State Farmers' Union, was herq attending the Central Texas disrict union meet- t injr. "Mr. Lyday may be the next president of the state union. He said: "The cotton crop of my section, the northern part of the state, is about the best in the state, Cot- ton 90 per cent out and 85 per cent sold. "Merchants, banks and all classes more prosperous than even in 1900, our previous banner 'year, 'because of. a fine crop of corn'and other feed -stuffs which1 slashing of round bales; no "city nearly an naa to oe purcnaseai ""' ".,"" '"";" ,iH,,nfmnn.,inionn i packs and water packs no ties It Movement to Mark His- toric bpots in County A movement is on foot by the people of the vicinity of Prairie Dell to erect a monument to the ness by ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 1 December 1916

J 9 i E fit & i . r; v , a r- -rji -"" ,. r r t! o -? And News FRIDAY, DEC. 1..1916. The people of the United Slates had everything to be thankful for yesterday. In a state of universal organi- ation among the hungry one meal wauld be worth all the money in the world. In that event the advantage would lie " with the stomach most inured to , abstention. In other words, , hunger would be the ally, not 'the enemy. Dr. W. A. Davis, secretary of IJ the State Board of Health, has ' announced that Hill county has been sel.ected for the study of rural sanitation by the Federal government, acting in concert with the Texas Board of Health. It is stated that the work is to begin December 1. The cam- paign is to deal with tvhpoid fever, dysentary and hookworm. - ' Rev. Irvin, the newly appoint- ed pastor of the Methodist church of Bartlett, arrived here last Saturday, and preached his first sermon for this charge last Sun- day.' His family arrived this week and are domiciled in the parsonag...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 1 December 1916

qu tjt.S " . " r v il rt 3F I lV. UV. H P.l.V i.JC V ' 1$ Mh HATS -AT- HALF PRICE From now until the season closes' 1 will sell all Hats i in my stock at half , price with exception of Mat Sets. Mrs. C. P. Hawkins At LESLIES' LOCALS and PERSONALS E. Stone and family were the guests of friends in Temple yes- terday. F. P. Lin demann was an Aus- tin visitor yesterday to attend the festivities of Thanksgiving ,in the Canitol City. On 25c purchase you will get a guess ont a baby doll. The one that cruesses her name will re- ?U-. ceive the doll on December 24 at na tieinsqnn. - Prank Genser of Granger was a Bartlett visitor Wednesday and made this office a pleasant call. For Sale My Buick auto. j". W. Hightower. Messrs Will eiderspahn and S. H. Hopkins were in Austin Tuesday on business Born to Mr. and Airs. W. E.. jpV' 'Franz, Wednesday, a girl. Have you the new victrolas and records, the finest you ever saw at all prices. Call at once and see them. W. G. Whitlow. Ct r ant Mrs Will Lawr...

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

MA I IB' W. -VAX " r ..l 'B a .1 - ,. t 7' few? rt ) C i'fc V !? V far FV St - t c if Oh w i K. i'lrO &'.' ". 'l 'f ( fin , I . ii ,''1 'M Jwr & a. We Figure That our 'ability and desire to give our customers what they want is worth more to us than what we would make by arging them into accepting "something just as good" and being only half satisfied' with what we give them. EFFICIENT, PROFICIENT, SUFFICIENT Condra & Blair f"Gho ftexoll Storo" Bartlett, Texas LOCAL GOSSIP 0. L. Cowsert this week pur- chased from Smith & Rowntreee a Maxwell 'touring car, L. E. Bartlett returned home Saturday fiom a visit to East Texas. Wanted To buy a good milch cow see Alex Macha at Lawrence Bros. Mr. Theb Patts, of Ohio a well to do merchant, is hereon a visit to his cousin, Mr. Nick Patts. J. M. Allen has bought the Ashworth farm. fromT. Denton. The deal was made through W. 'W.Walton. Mrs. Fred Knight and little son were Georgetown visitors Saturday and Sunday. - Gift goods for eac...

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

n -r i 0 ii V"' I &" , r .. r .- 7 fc & !... ft h.ti' 'WHMMM 1 T Unvtilini Painting At Dallas j - Lai ' B" -S' I'The Dallas Times Herald pub- lished a picture of the unveiling by, the XI. D. C. of Miss Cronin's great picture of their historian general, Miss Rutherford of At- lanta, Ga,, also one of Miss Cro- . pin. The tiaper say3: Fhe picture was painted by a Texas artist. Marie Cronin. The above cuts showed the artist and t the picture as it was unveiled by Mrs. Joseph B. Dibrell. "The, portrait depicts Miss Rutherford in her beautiful anti- bellum gown which she wore ' when giving her famous lecture. "The South of Yesterday." The portrait was veiled upon fhe-stagcnnd as Miss Ruherford finished her address Mrs. Dibrell drew aside the - curtain and the audience nearly tore down the house with applause. Afcthe same moment a flashlight photo was made and the whole .stage .fairly blazed for a minute and showing the portrait with gfeatbrillancy Mrs. Dibrell made M.iss Cronin go...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 1 December 1916

mr4 Sll imiw'i.i.M1Ua .aW AligtttC ,v4 Mbnaay evening the Indies phw ftUr Mfff Kice. antt spent 7the evening quilting lor muck. jijwrs urpnan nume. mu gemote ,R vjiirisimus uu, rtnuy. pfc all memoera bo present next Mdny, we will meet at the 'nirch, Sunday was church day. Bro. ......' ... i-.i i... ! t: KjBUrK preauniiu iwu uucicsiiuk ..iormons. Sunday evening at 2 o'clock, 'Mr. Lish Messer and Annie Taylor wore married at the home ofcthe bride's father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Taylor. A large number of relatives were ..present. ""':' Mr, and Mrs. Grover Ponder Vj jbf Donahue were in our midst I?)..:' ri.otinuay. kl.'iC T . CI.! J I.!IJ , uir, uess oiuiiuur aim cutiuiuu t Pecan were Sunday visitors. Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Randle ' were in Bartlett Tuesday with their little son. to have his eyes ; treated and fitted with glasses 'by Dr. Robinson. , Mr. and Mrs. Rice spent Sun day with Mr. Via's family. a Miss Lena Lambert has been ,iujte sick for the past week, )Mr. and Mrs. Cecil...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 8 December 1916

"nm ', I OTS ci " VliWWTVVTi FWIISilffiWft ,w'H K. . '.." .'", ' V Wfi- " . WU . '. " v.:m, '-u ' p 'i'' . V h t. Uttifte ' AND NEWS Ipf IV CATES, EdItor and Proprietor BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER S 1916. $1.00 Year. VOL. XXXI. No. 28 ?-.-'vS& - t 7wv?iiHHMBHinHinHHHfflRnBHH r . i .iii JH . B ' 'rTv"- f iproxijeii . imp: 1 ' '' I ;m-w & ' ! sv - , "... V i - 'h i.- I&.tf 3 , f$. n' WILL OPEN NEW HOTEL Mr. R. F, Barnett, who for some time has successfully' oper ated the "Wayside Inn," has h leased the Commercial hotel pro- r 'Jwrty, and is now having it re medied and thoroughly., renovat- ed preparatory to opening a first fa- cltshotel in the near future, v- Mr. Barnett needs ntfintroducuon P1, from, this source as a capable hoUJ man, as he has made an , " """enVjfarabie reputation, and will "., jmsujjtain sucn. yve wisn mm ) ilc6ess. iM Bartlett Motor-Inn rvMr, Sam P. Young has opened !up!a .first class garage in tnVbjick building formerly oc- cu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 8 December 1916

7 r - ai j .. a V ife 1 - . . -" i t wi nil ' ' tiffWP i in i & " P , r i Cv b Wfiv w i ftW . tl 'f &' j, i r f m The Tribune , And News FRIDAY, DEC. 8, 1016. ?r Dpn't plant too much cotton ext year. Plant something jcood to eat, as well as to sell. Remember that there are just as many hywrocrites out of the church as there are in it. Glaring headlights on automo- biles are forbidden in San An- tonio. Good ordinance. Remember that all of us did mot have 20 cent cotton to sell, lience "Old Prosperity" was selfish, as unusual this year, in his selection. But we are glad that he paid our country a visit. The Irishman who has just learned that the Jews killed Christ is- typical of many who begin to teach religion as soon as they learn of it Temple Tele-xram. The Building and Loan Asso- ciation of Bartlett is one of the latest and best enterprises. Do you belong? Investigate the merits of this organization. It is for your benefit. Travis county will have a pro hibition election D...

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