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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 1 June 1917

vspM't'-pW Hj-f ': TWils'ftll!2'SX' .. 5.1 H e. -ij. VWlift-W- u -y7" w J. J ' v- ' 1 u JVTft 1V iAsp4 I ,r , !'! ' VY4AJrisM LOCftlS and PERSONALS Joe Matthews was a Burnet visitor Sunday. John Dillard was a Galveston visitor Sunday Mr. E. C. Zander of Route 1, Tcmemebered the Tribune this week with his yearly dues. "Adopt the rule of sanitation. Bemember wo have a full, line of disinfectant chemicals. Condra & Blair. Mr. 0. R. Cline and daughters were Rogers visitors bunuay. Mr. F. H. Leslie was in Georgetown this week attending court. Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Hair were Temple visitors last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Overby were Temple visitors last Fri- day. Mr. C. Schier, of near Gran- ger, was here Monday on busi- ness, and also made the Trib- une a pleasant call. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Grosse were Temple visitors last Fri- day. Miss Mable Sonntag was the guest of Mrs. W. G. Whitlow, in Temple, Saturday. Miss Esta Sonntag was the guest of Miss Ida Shotz the past week. ' Mrs. W. T. Co...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 1 June 1917

i,.it...i in iwW?.JwdUi " ''"' nwn'iiyiHuii ii Hll minmmiiii ip ii i wwwMt- BltlTIRII HEIRS WIN IN BERLIN COURT. THB NEGROES MUST REGISTER ON JUNE'S. llELTON CITIZEN DROPS DEAD ON AUSTIN STREET. fr.J I w. . - (H 1 I w- ft ,r vJt, ' ." If ff I :t AW K '. iT Tw I' B Berlin, May 26. An interest inff conflict of feudal privilege J mid modern constitutional law has just been decided by the Im- perial Supreme Court at Leipsic ,whlch ia of special interest in the United States and England, where some of the principal parties concerned in the action reside. One of the oldest noble families of the little German principality of Lippe is that of the Baron von, Donop, who for centuries owned the large es- tate of Altendonop. At the be- gining of the last century the head of tho family married an English woman and resided in London for some years. Their son, Edward Pelham Brenton Von Donop, became Vice Admir- al of the British Navy. He mar- ried Diana Brenton of Colwich, Staffordshire, who bore ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 1 June 1917

Ik I- i. o te .ft Ft' &?' Sh ;tf fe... Ei."' fr ft.J' u ' V. WfwwfytQv r: v AN APPEAL TO PEOPLE OF WILLIAMSON COUNTY. At a mass meeting hold at the Court House, at Georgetown, in Williamson County, called at the request of the Secretary, Mm. G. McAdoo, of tho United States Treasury, it was resolved that the undersigned be selected as an Executive Committee to manage the campaign in this county, and to issue an address to the county in order to arouse our people to tho absolute ne- cessity of their subscribing for the "Liberty War Bonds." We r6 informed by the Fed- eral Reserve Bank, of Dallas, that there is grave danger of this County falling into the "Slacker" class in this matter, and in order that our people may understand how to proceed to subscribe for a part of this issue of bonds, and that they may be aroused to the great peril that confronts this government, and to their duty in the pi-emises, we most respectfully submit to our people, That: Our National Government has p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 8 June 1917

i "'' v ,:Jfrjg- Vf : 'fVy ' ' ' . w . ft? -. i i fy jtojot f f mitije AND NEW S BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 8, 1917. li 4 a if tx I 3 R. $ CATES, Editor and Prop. $1.00 Year. VOL. XXXII. No. 1 MEMBERS OF HIGHWAY COMMISSION NAMED. DEMONSTRATORS VISITED UARTLETT THIS WEEK. Governor Fergus6n appointed laic Monday afternoon the tlu'eo "members of the Texas highway commission, as provided in the Toxas highway commission law, enacted by the thirty-fifth leg- islature. The "three commis- sioners are: J Curtis Hancock, lawyer, of Dallas, chairman. H. C. Odle, of Meridian, farm- er, stockman and banker. T. B. McLean, of Mount Pleas- ant, banker and agriculturalist. Having been notified by the governor they would be appoint- ed, all three men were in Aus- tin and conferred with the chief oxecutive regarding their du- vties. Late in the afternoon they obtained their commis-'. sions from Secretary of State C. J. Bartlett. Before leaving the ' office of the secretary of sta...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 8 June 1917

, v fe & mk&mAm 6e TR.I BUNE j and NEWS xr .trvtft -yx-min i,1 . Li"irtg.w-TC Friday, June 8. 1917 The locnl I'nl oi o irm tion i growing lino u joined You are needed In the mpmi time, don't forjret the Boy Scouts They will come in for jrood service later The Jarrell Enterprise says- ""If small pram everywhere is ho bottor than it seems to bo through- out this section, there will not be en- ough wheat anil oats made for seed much less to supply the needs of mnn and beast for food". The country's financial prosperity as reflected in reports of the Comp- troller of the Currency Monday, shows 186 national banks with a cap- ital of $18,000,000 chartered in the first five months of this your and old banks with capital stock increased 920,000,000. Retrenchment is pood, and at this crisis the proper thins for all to do. But gettlnR soared and quitting; busi- ness is not the idea, at all. "Keep business going,"should be the motto of nil. Don't be a slacker in busi- ness. Geo. H. Mct...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 8 June 1917

ave , PREPARED FOR SERVICE Spring is here' and a long season of service is before your car. Continued use has had effect on your carbon engine, tires, and body. To get the best possible servcie this summer have your car OVERHAULED AND REPAIRED We are prepared ip do this for you, and will undertake to. turn your car out practicalln good as new. Give it a chance. That's all it asks of you fair play. It can't give good service with dis- abled parts, any more than you can. We guar- antee the wqrkmansihp- on every job that leaves our door. Bartiett Motor Inn Next door to postoffice SAM YOUNG, Manager. The Garage of Satisfactory Service FOOD AND FEED CAMPAIGN IS EFFECTIVE IN BELL CO. Temple, Tex., June 1. The seed committee from the Temple Chamber of Commerce has submitted a report showing the amount of seed sold to farmers at cost. With a business of about $12,000 tranactcd and selliiiK mostly in smair quantities, the cam- paign wns conducted Avith a net loss of only $125, and the farmer...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 8 June 1917

'-'.'. :ri .t" iM?X .'. miumuwiiiiini'i'ir & ft i. V-Jpv "! w -i"--:'.'i I"' A I I I UU 1 Free1 is 16 i' v. te :' IK XH:: o mvammtmmW wrnmnTfr-f"- rHBi " i; flHHrestfl W ol t "CLEAN UP AND PAINT UP" SWING into line with the sqirit of Springtime; take a tip from old Mother Nature. Maybe your house would look better with a coat of :paint; or possibly the fence, outbuilding or ;creens seem a little dingy in the bright spring sunshine. How about your floors? Are they showing heel marks? And has some of the furniture been scratched up?-" Painting or varnishing will not only beautify, it will make the wood last so much longer that it's! actually cheaper to paint than not. Paint fillsthe cracks and holes where germs lurk, makes for sanitation. Spring calls for Paint. Heed the call of Spriug! The Best Place to Buy Paint We have all kinds of paints, varnishes and brushes, at the most reasonable prices. Drop in and look them over. Fairchild Lumber Co. Bartlett, 13 'he and NEWS Friday, Jun...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 8 June 1917

I J " - liK, , ' ff I w Ifefv t, IK 'V : lift. 9 " -t l HT5 k 5$ ir-" ? "The Mystery of the Double Gross" Phates latest complete Serial in 15 parts starting AT THE ' Crescent Theatre Tuesday, June 12 One of . the best, with MOLLY KING. Admission 5 and 1 0c LOCALS and PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Bolding and Miss Ella Bolding attended the Baby Conference meeting at Holland Wednesday. Messrs. F. H. Leslie and C. It. Rudasill were Taylor visitors Wednesday Prof. J. P. Buck, superintend- ent of the West Public Schools, was the guest of Prof. Preddy a"nd family during the week. The Adventures of a Boy Scout. June 25th. L. L. Belk, representing a round bale company of Houston, was here this week from his home in Dallas. FOR SALE: Two mules, two horses and buggy, at bargain prices. Rowntree Bros. Mrs. Nick Patts is in Colorado Springs, Colo., for the benefit of her health. Miss Mattie Lee Walton, who has been teaching school in El - Faso, returned home Tuesday. Miss Martha Talbot is the gu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 8 June 1917

i Central Christian Church. MMpQflN it. r Morning Theme, "The grcatnoss of ordinary Service" Evening Theme, "The Great Invi- tation, or Whosoevor May Come." The message will bo carefully pre- pared, hence worthy of your hearing. You will find a cordial welcome awaiting you. -?S i imiiaiM miiMWiiiiiiiiiiiii'iii'iiiniin'iii iiinini'imi urn in imin mi in i in mi mini mi iinr - '' '"" ' r.;' ''V- fc u; 4 i jr. L-0 AV Ml .a , ("ft--. I& &"; m- Iff " te v .s ' k Leatherman's Auto Polish Will keep your car looking new, out on a polish that doea not gum or catch the dust, it simply cleans and restores the varnish to its original brilliancy. We prepare this polish here in our store and we guarantee it to give you satisfaction and a trial willconvince you that it is better. Put up in generous 50c bottles. We have the best of sponge3 from 10c to $1,00 Chamois skins that can be washed and will not dry hard. Leatherman Drug Go. Bartlett, Texas LOCALS and PERSONALS Mr. E. C. Haeber was in...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 8 June 1917

ft HI - vKk gH HI ' " ffiitsmess coocs Sooci to 9sj fust tie Same as Sood jiccounts I i ' , And See If We Do Not Save You Money 1 Is Given the Same Careful Attention That We Give Our Regulars. Your Hired Help For Fair Treatment. 2oirs to servej Send Us USfin TjfE Schwertner, Texas 1 ifl VALLEY SALOONS QUITTING. Estimated That New Army Killing Will Close More Than Half. Corpus Christi, Tex., June 3. How well the Federal law prohiting the sale of liquor to soldiers, is working, is shown in valley towns where sol- diers are stationed. Seven of the thirteen saloons at Rio Grande City near where Fort Ringling is located, have" announced that when their pres- ent licenses expire on July 1, they will not be renewed and the saloons will close. It i3 estimated that more than half of the saloons in the wet counties of the Rio Grande Valley will voluntarily cease busness within the X next few weeks as a result of the law. Granger Furnishes Recruits. Sheep Sales at San Angelo. San Angelo, Tex.,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 8 June 1917

M) 'SffmW . ."'... i(HaT.i,I ,, " j.',' ""'' I'"4j I.- ': i . 5 .-Vj ru': . , 1 A Few Words About THOSE WHO BOUGHT LIBERTY BONDS HERE. 'W w&mmm mummmmmmiwu We have just received the only car of Diamond Crystal Michi- gan Salt we can get this year, so if you will need Salt this fall call and 'get it before we sell out. 300 Lb 2p J& ssrroic 0 lMi fl JBJ 30 Lb. Sacks $1 .25 25 Lb. Sacks 65c ;. ,...'- Lawrence cos. Bartlett, Texas Firt Baptist Church. 10 a. m., Bible School. . 11 a. m Preaching by the .Pastor. Subject, "Some of the Work, Duties and Rewards of a True Christian." 3 p. m., Sunbeams. 4 p. m., Jr. B. Y. P. U." Bring your bible for sword drill. 8:15, The Annual Children's Day Program. It will be a good one. Of course the house will be crowded. 4 p. m., Monday, All depart- ments of the Ladies' Auxiliary meet. 815 Wednesday, prayer meet- ing, followed by choir rehearsal. Sunday morning servces will be of special importance and all officers of all departments of the chur...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 15 June 1917

rvl lffprwp- jpj W " . v r i , . c r& , n ' AND NEWS 3 irs-- R. F. CATES, Editor and Prop. BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON, COUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDA.Y. JUNE 15, 1917." V' $1.00 Yeah. VOL. XXXII. No. 2 m ; .?... i. .... ' jclk ,., MmlUll Etibmnt lb a BELL COUNTY'S NUMBER OP REGISTRATIONS. Following is the registration by boxes in Bell county, the to- tal as Bhown, being 4,582. Mem- bers Of the registration board said that registrations received through mail, from thoscrtmt of" the county but belonging here, would run the number to a little above 4,600, they believed. The government's estimate for Bell 0 county was 4,516. The esti- mate will pobably prove to be within ten of the actual number. White. Col. Alien. Belton 352 72 6 KtlIs 24 - - 0 0 4 1 0 2 3 2 9 1 Salado 95 . 11 Summers Mill.. 34 0 Prairie Dell 68 8 Holland 75 31 Sparks 44 0 Bartlett . 107 60 Vilas 21 4 Science Hill .... 59 20 HeitlcnhcimeV 108 20 17 Vii-i-i- t:.... eo Qi Ulti.lt! XVtVUl .... Uij u- Burgess 39 5 Rogers Ill 53 Cyclon...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 15 June 1917

n .. r Iff ft Wftl Wf- jT ? Ve TRJ Friday, Jane 15. 1917 and Mio Be a booster for your town. Attorney J. W. Thomas, of Rogers, has been appointed Fcd- ral Cotton Statistician foV Bell County. There are some merchants in this town, who are not doing their share of advertising in or- der to bi'ing trade here. Keep business going. Don't atop because the war is on. There is more work than ever for each of us to do. D. W. Fields, of Brockton, Mass., paid $58,200 for a five months old bull calf at the Hol-stein-Friesian Association con- vention auction sale last week. The question as to who will be the next governor of Texas, is being asked this early in the game, and at this stage it looks like H. B. Terrel is the logical candidate and has many strong supporters in the state. Sandy Ridge near Rogers in Milam county, seems to have broken all registration records. With a voting population of about 27, Sandy Ridge register- ed 43 under the provisions of the selective draft law. Rogers News....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 15 June 1917

-A -T h ? t "V r it ' ITTS' Vi I) Have Your Car , PREPARED FOR SERVICE P befoi-e your car. Continued use has had effect on L your car on engine, tires, best possible servcie tins summer nave your car OVERHAULED AND REPAIRED We are prepared to do this for you, and will undertake to turn your car out practicalln good as new. Give it a chance. That's all it asks of you fair play. It can't give good service with dis- abled parts, any more than you can. We guar- antee the workmansihp on every job that leaves our door. Bartlett Motor Inn Next door to postoffice SAM YOUNG, Manager. The Garage of Satisfactory Service ARRESTED ON CHARGE OF REFUSING TO REGISTER. A man by the name of W. M. Allen, a transient sign painter, was' arrested at Rogers last Wednesday evening and lodged in jail at Belton for refusing to register. Federal officers were notified and United States De- puty Marshal Rogers, of Waco, came and took him in charge and took "him to Waco. Allen had been in Rogers only a few days...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 15 June 1917

mtwmUutMemmavm ntfwMwiawmfiwaMw ttMkhmMd&mMitii m waittwiwwfrMMftiii i !W x.. "m Jf.V- . SsHiPffl "CLEAN UP AND PAINT UP" SWING into line with the sqirit of Springtime; take a tip from old Mother Nature. Maybe your house would look better with a coat of .'paint; or possibly the fence, outbuilding or :creens seem a little jlingy in the bright spring sunshine. How about your floors? Are they showing heel marks? And has some of the furniture been scratched up? Painting or varnishing will not only beautify, it will make the wood last so much longer that it's! actually cheaper to paint than not. Paint fillsthe cracks and holes where germs lurk, makes for sanitation. Spring calls for Paint. Heed the call of Spriug! The Best Place to Buy Paint We have all kinds of paints; varnishes and brushes, at the most reasonable prices. Drop in and look them over. Fairchild Lumber Co. Bartlett, Texas JARRB1L NEWS. .vn 75he and NEWS Friday, June 15. 1917 Tho Boy Scouts of Bartlett were doing their ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 15 June 1917

o KiiinijKyiyiMitntmniumi "iiii linn., lu ."iSJ IX Vi, AN IDEAL M IXED FEED FOR ALL STOCK PHONE THE Mill LOCALS and PERSONALS f. E. Fowler is visiting fin Taylor this week. Settles left Wednesday w Ulm to visit relatives. Mr. and Mrs. 0. Belk and babe are in Marlin. See "God's Country and the Woman", Saturday, June 16. Two good furnished rooms with baths for rent. See Mrs. Cora Chadion. Mrs. Eugene Shoemaker, of Girard, Kan., is here, the guest of relatives and friends. Worth White returned to Col lege Station Monday, to enter the summer school. Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Cockrell left yesterday for Corpus Christi, to , spend a few weeks. Mr. Jno. P. Lawrence made d business trip to, Waco Wednes- day. Mr. and Mrs, Jno. Blair and family are visiting relatives in Columbus and Altair. Mrs. Fred Knight is the guest of relatives and friends in Georgetown this week. Miss Tillie Wacker returned to her home in Ellinger yester- day. Stanton Allen and R. S. Thompson were in Austin Wed- nesday on busi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 15 June 1917

'" riV-. Mi ' , mmmmmmmKmmmBKmmmmBmmmmummmmwn niiiiwiniiii ihmiiihwi MnnimiiummimiiiiniiniiHij :-:r 1"! . ? i Mi- Ifr ,ir h& E-i: ''rfV W: . tc: Z- MSRBmm ."had ?,": FMv ' 1S Si!:h 81 mm- Leatherman's Auto Polish, t Will keep your car looking new, Dut on a polish that does not gum or catch the dust, it simply cleans and restores the yarnish to its original brilliancy. We prepare this polish here in our store and we guarantee it to give you satisfaction and a trial will convince you that it is better. Put up in generous 50c bottles. We have the best of sponges from 10c to $1,00 Chamois skins that can be washed and will not dry hard. Leathermah Drug Co. Bartlett, Texas ' . '. LOCALS and PERSONALS Mrs. L. G. Parsons, of Smithville, visited Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Blair last week. Mr. F. W. Burnside and wife spent Sunday with Grover Jackson. "Adopt the rule of sanitation. Remember we have a full line of disinfectant chemicals. Condra & BJajt- sa3"--,"iAS ,ee Allen was here tfjfflh Ge...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 15 June 1917

- m Business ooks Sooci to uSj just the Octme as Sood jfecoi?ts Us ;v And See If We Do Not Save You Money lm w Is Given the Same Careful Attention That We Give Our Regulars. Send Us Your Hired Help For Fair Treatment. 1 ii.v Our Big Sale Closes Saturday, June 23 Schwertrier, Texas t LUTHERAN CONVENTION HELD IN SAN ANTONIO. WILLIAMSON COUNTY W. O. W. ASSOCIATION. The annual convention of the Evangilical Lutheran synod, of Texas, was held in San Antonio the past week, with more than 150 pastors and laymen from jvarious sections of thle State participating. The convention was opened by President T. Bogish, of Bart- lett, after which the holy com- munion was celebrated: The president's annual report was read, giving in detail a resume of the" year's accomplishments. A report was also made by Secretary Krause, ,of Fayette- ville, which showeed the- prog- ress being made by the Luther- ans over-the State. The' finan- cial report Was presented by Rev. W. Utiach. The trustees we're represen...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 15 June 1917

"' V yd" "-(. t 5 Ui ? 1 a 6 a Rogers Lady Dies. Rogers, Tex., Juno 11. Mrs. Jennie Harris Gibson, wife of Judge A. W Gibson, died at her home in Rogers, this evening, at 7t30, after an illness of several months. Mrs. Gibson was 57 years of age, and was born and raised itr Bell county. Sho is survived by hoi husband and eight grown children. Funeral services will bo hold at the church of Christ in Rog- ers tomorrow, Tuesday, morn- ing at 11 o'clock and burial will bo at the Reed's Lalce cemetery at 2 p. m. Bonnie Wacker, Jr. 0-- In San Antonio, on last Fri- day morning, Juno 8, where he was taken for medical treatment a few days prior, Bonnie E., the little son, aged 2 years and 5 months, of Mr. and Mrs. Ben- nie Wacker, of this city, died. The remains were brought to Bartlett, and on Saturday morn- ing, interred in the Bartlett cemetery, Rev. Homer McCarty conducting the funeral services. The floral offerings were beautful and emblematic of the purity of the life of the little one,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 22 June 1917

ftiftfTIWSWMrW V , ' - ' jl" AND NEWS RTF. GATES, Editor and Prop. ": BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDAY, JUNE 22, 1917. JST $1.00 Year. . - VOL. XXXII. No. 3 WWi",: "' 1 '"' Bat iijef I f ibtt I SB. -' KsrHL &(, . PIGS FOR BOYS PIG CLUB ARRIVED SATURDAY. A shipment of pure bred Po- land China Pigs arrived in Bart- lott Saturday morning, for dis- tribution among the 32 mem- bers of the club here, at $25.00 per head. Mi. T. B. Benson, cashier of the Bartlett National bank, is promoter of the proposition, he having furnished the boys with the necessary funds to purchase the pigs taking their notes for the same. The pig club was organized in the early spring and they have been spending several weeks in locating the kind of pigs they desired and having them vncci- nated. Owen W. Sherrill, of Georgetown, county demonstra- tion agent, made the purchase for the boys at Efllngham, Kan. H. B. Walter, of Effiingham, from whom the pigs were bought, arrived here Saturday morning wit...

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