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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 14 September 1917

Public School Opens. i V fe- v . I f JIK&(d& r Mfjjft'l : mmsoL Ifmm It, ' . Jl '&$ ' J ffi The Bartlctt Public Schools opened Monday morning with an enrollment of 443. This is twenty five greater than the enrollment on opening day Inst year, which had been the banner year up to dato. The increase in attendance is accounted for largely in the High School, where there are about 20 more than on the corres- ponding day a year ago. It is a source of considerable satisfaction to the school authorities that the 7th grade of last year has entered tho High School practically in a body. In order to remedy tho intolerably crowded condition, which made morn- ing and afternoon shifts necessary in tho first grade, a new teacher has been added to the faculty. Tho first grade is now divided into beginners and advanced pupils and ample room is provided, for each division. This thoreforc, is an extraordinarily propi- tious time to start children into school. Those who were under 7 on Sep...

Publication Title: Bartlett Tribune And News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 14 September 1917

0 n A b Ik f ARM LOANS MADE I represent' several companies, with unlimited amounts, to take up and extend land notes from 5 to 20 years with pre -payments privilenes. I want to do "my bit" by helping to" arrange your loans satisfactorily QUICK ACTION. We are pleasing others and know we can please you. No extra charges of any kind. J.D. SLAWSON "The Insurance Man" 1 wrnHMmmimmauiiwimMm mum IIpui LOCALS AND PERSONALS Mr. ftnr Mrs. T. L. Temple arc occupying tho Presbyterian manse. E. E. Lindemann was in George- town Monday attending court. L. H. Hillman was in Georgetown this week, attending court. Dr. It. S. Sutton was in Austin Tuesday on business. Last episode "Mystery of the Dou- ble Cross, Tuesday. Don't miss it. Mr. E. C. Haebcr was a San An- tonio visitor this week. FOR RENT: Our store room next to Barber shop, Bclk & Kuler. Mr. J. D. Slawson was a business visitor to Austin Tuesday. Misses Lillian Benson, Lucilc Har- din and Gene Fowler were Holland visitors Wednesday. Mis...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 14 September 1917

pppff" (.' s- 5 5 r w J W V r t w.al. I? KwSyh m$i&M I j' ysR i.vr I SPECIALS AT THE LUMBERYARD Wo have 20 gallons of Sherwin-Williams White Paint that sells for $3.25 per gallon. Our d;9 jr Special Price on this lot is qj. J V .. - - - . M v. i-i m r f i 1 About 5UU0 teet ot Dressed Mooring in iu ieet length, only 10 cents a piece. We have several lots of lumber that we want to move and will make a very low price. Odd size Windows at less than cost. If there is any repairing you would like done, phone us for a carpenter. Remember that we have small cans of regular house paint for those little paint jobs, at 35 cents a can. "We are not pleased unless you are." Fairchild Lumber Co. PHONE NO. 3 LOCALS AND PERSONALS Mrs. Effie Bartlctt visited relatives in San Antonio this week. FOR RENT: 2 furnished rooms close in. Apply at Tribune office. R. Tj. Hardin hns been servinir on ' the grand jury at Georgetown this week. Miss Gladys Tinsley of Georgetown was the guest of Miss Gone Fowle...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 14 September 1917

" aui"1 ji-ii'-i. j " HOBBY WILL NOT SUBMIT """ SCHOOL LEGISLATION NOW. wtxurfi WHISKEY MANUFACTUltE STOPPED SATURDAY NIGHT. NEGlfb WOMAN KILLED AT SCHWERTNER SATURDAY. M Washington, Sept. 8. Tonisht nt 11 o'clock whlskoy iminufncturc ctftsed in tho United States under provisions of the food control law, ndn the millions of bushels of grain horetofore used in making that form -of drink will bo diverted to food. Importation of wh'iBkcy also stopp- ed tonight. Just how much grain will be added to tho food supplies as a result is, not determinable, but experts say that about 100,000,000 bushels arc used by the disyilcrics each year, of which about 40,000,000 bushels are used, in whiskey manufacture. Distillors may continue manufac- turing alcohol for commercial pur- poses and many of them, have ar- ranged for this work, others turning their distilleries into manufacturing plants for yeast, vinegar and by- products. Stocks of whiskey in the country undoubtedly arc larger than they over ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 14 September 1917

') li . ' w rr '-"vum fat ! $ t- rtwiiW Baillett Billiard Parlor "A Gentlemans' Resort" COME IN AND PASS THE TIME AWAY. 11. J. Scharnberg, Mgr. -. P. Tucker Marble and Granite rionuments Lettering Done by Pneumatic and Electric Tools ALL KINDS OF CEMENT WORK TEXAS GRANITE A SPECIALTY CUT STONES FOR BUILDINGS Shop 17 SOUTH MAIN STREET BARTLETT, TEXAS Gin in JeLrrell With Killingsworth's Gin F. A. LIMMER, Proprietor dP" phf M h We Buy Cotton, Seed Cotton Capacity 60 Bodes Per Day Gus Kallus RESTAURANT Is the Place to Eat in Bartlett Right in the Heart of Town on Clark Street Home Laundry A. M. GARRETT, Proprietor We ship to all points and guarantee our work We call for and deliver, and will appreciate your business Bartlett, Texas Davilla Grocery Company The Best of Everything in Drugs Davilla, Texas HARVILL'S GIN AT JARRELL will be pleased to see you this season. ALL NEW IMPROVEMENTS AND WELL EQUIPPED TO PLEASE YOU. J. S. HAYS, Manager 'THE OLD RELIABLE GIN" G. D. HAIR, CGTTON AND CO...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 21 September 1917

flIVl AND NEWS R. F. CATES, Editor and Prop. BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 21, 1917 $1.00 Year. VOL. XXXII. No. 16 0e Jw JtyW J$W ' i A af PASTOR RHODES TENDERS RESIGNATION TO CHURCH. Bnrtlctt, Texas, Sept. 1G, 1017 To the Members of The Baptist Church of Bnrtlctt, Texas. Dear Brethren and Sisters in Christ: For wbout ' thrco years and nine months, through the mercy of God, it has been our privilege to labor to- gether, na pastor and people. Wo have not accomplished all we had hoped for, yet we believe there has been growth in all who have used the means of grace. Quite a number have mado a public profession of faith in Christ,, and have united with tho church,' while a goodly number have united by letter. Any ono of these souls saved is. worth more than thte whole world, hence our labors to- gether have, by no means, been ' in vain. As a church you have been very kind to tho pastor and family, and n's individuals, many of you have been mosb faithful and true...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 21 September 1917

It." m ' She TRIBUNE and NEWS THE SLACKER. (By Billy Sundny. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21. A pood citizen starts his loyiilty whore charity begins L his home .town. A knocker is worth $8.92 in potash and nitrogen, but the man he should Have blfen deters us from obtaining the mineral. Why are some people all smiles when their visitors arc around, and all frowns when all are gone but home folks? Why not have some Smiles for the family? It is nity that makes the happi- ness of a home. One discontented disloyal member can spoil the peeca of a houshold and make a place of torment where a paradise should be. The telephone company, the light compuny, the water works company, demand their money every thirty days, and get it, why not the mer- chant, especially during the fall sea son t The tightwad hasn't any use for playgrounds, parks, bands. He's a skinflint. The only thing you'll ever get out of a "guy" like that is his appondix. You'll have to cloroform him to get that. Solomon did not set up on...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 21 September 1917

'"'" I II IM 1 "" 'r -. I aw .jx s Wh s- Hh H rilOHT DATES IN SOUTHERN STATES SET 1IY 1JULLETIN "JKEPOHT OF WILLIAMSON .1 COUNTY (5KAND JUItY. WILLIAMSON CO. BAPTISTS TO FORM ASSOCIA1ION. WnshinRton, D. C, Sept. 12. Av- nrngc frost dates in the Southern States wore cot forth by tho Deport- ment of Agriculture todny in the Nn- tionnl Wenthor and Crop Bulletin. TIo snys: "The average date of the first kill- ing frost in the autumn varies from October 25 in the northern portion of the cotton area to Decembar 1 in extreme southern portion of the dis- trict. "The frost date line of November 1 runs across central Ollahoma and Alsnticitia nnrfli rnnfrnl MiRRlKRftml. Alabama, Georgia, northern South j Carolina and cast-central North Carolina. Ten days later killing j frosts occur on nn average in north- central Texas, extreme southern Ok- lahoma, north-central Louisiana, and South Carolina, central Georgia , and to the southeastern limit of the ll i..,1 Im nnufnrn "MnrUi Cnrn- ' A CUllUll I...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 21 September 1917

mi mm ! T5he TRIBUNE and NEWS FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21. ANSWERING THE CALL. Homos rind hearts wore touched jib a number of our Bartlctt Bo- s left this wcok in response to their Country's Call. "While we exceedingly regret the circumstances that necessitated the call being made, yet an exalted jus- tice and benevolence is the touch- stones of our civic life and of all our national and international relations, and -while our civilization is dark- ened by a military eclipse we cannot allow the torches of recdoni to wane. European Autocracy is doomed. It has been weighed in the balance and found wanting. Republics are slow to resort to war, and only do so in self-defense, as a rule.. Germany is to have a new birth of freedom. Sometimes it seems to require the furnace of war to melt the chains of slavery. The world has been brought face to face with stern realities. It has been seeing some things in the lurid light of war, and perhaps the most important thing it has seen, is that war is a s...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 21 September 1917

T !., 7 4! LJ 1? ' LOCALS AND PERSONALS W. W. Walton was n visitor to Tcmplo Tuesday. Light Houso-keepintr rooms for tent. Thono 230. O Mrs. J. D. Bell visited friends in Georgetown Tuesday. Mr. P. II. Lcslio was in George- town this week on business. -o MiSa Pearle May Izznrd is attend- ing Baylor College at Bolton, O-i Be tablet for 2c with every $1.00 purchase at Ed. Hcinsohn's. Miss Lucilc Laughlin is attending the Normal School nt Denton. Miss Lucllo Talbot left Sunday for ' Coupland, where she will teach. .o 2Bc table salt for 10c with every $5.00 purchase. Ed. Heinsohn. n Mrs. O. E. Faubion is the guest'of relatives in Lcandcr this week. Getting in feed every day by the carload. Get our prices. Lawrence Bros. o Rov. It. L, Courtney, of Del Rio, is visiting his ninny Bnrtlct friends this week. Lynwood Hardin, Rudolph Hnrlnn, Roy Tipton and Harry Nigro are at- tending Rico Institute in Houston. Miss Esthor Sontag returned Tuos- day from an extended visit to rela- tives and frie...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 21 September 1917

Vfl V"" imv -iTRsa-iJSTCrawKSffiefflHawHww a3wrfflLa73M SPECIALS ATM LUMBERYARD We have 20 gallons of Sherwin-Williams White Paint that ?ells for $3.25 per gallon. Our tf Eft Special Price on this lot is jp&JJ About 5000 feet of Dressed Flooring in 10 feet length, only 10 cents a piece. We have several lots of lumber that we want to move and will make a very low price. Odd size Windows at less than cost. If there is any repairing you would like done, phone us for a carpenter. Remember that we have small cans of regular house paint for those little paint jobs, at 35 cents a can. "We are not pleased unless you are." Fairchild Lumber Co. PHONE NO. 3 LOCALS AND PERSONALS Frank Joiner was in Temple Mon- day on buetonss. o Fred Flewollen, of Belton, was n Bartlett visitor Saturday. o Mi3S LnVernc Cates was the guest o,frian'dsin Granger Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Lindemann spent a few days in Galveston this week. o Mr. J. L. Bailey and son, Edwin, of Temple, wero in Bartlett Satur- day....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 21 September 1917

v , i ft V & r U a R- U k r t HWJES THE TEXAS FAItMERS TO PLANT LOTS OF WHEAT. Dallas, Tex., Sept. 17. The farm- ers of Texas can do no bettor thing for the nation, for themselves, for their soils nnd for nil their livestock than plnntinir nil their land in wheat that they can Ret sacd for, said E. W. Kirkpatrick, president of the Tex- as Industrial Congress, today. "I havo noticed througout my whole farming experience that nn unusally dry year is almost always followed by large yields of wheat. An in- creased planting of wheat should bo made especially in the area of lime- stone soils, ordinarily known as our .blackland prairie belt, as these soils are very favorable to whent produc- tion from the Red River to the Rio Grande. "The President has called upon the United States for a billion or more bushels of wheat next year, and Con- gress has by legislation, established a ?2 minimum price per bushel. He- sides answering the call for the greatest production in the history of the ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 21 September 1917

The Store of Service and Good Value Buy at The Gersbach- Wacker's Store w BARTLETT'S BIG DEPARTMENT STORE 1' ?Tm 1 'V Complete Stocks for the fall Season Now On Display Lovely Silk Dresses, beautifully tailored Suits and Coats, handsome 'Georgette, Crepe cle Chine and Silk Waists, Dresses, Suit and Coat Fabrics in Silk, Wool and Cotton, new Fall Underwear, New Hosiery and Gloves, very moderately priced. Children's Goats' Coats for children can be selected here at a decided saving The showing is liberal and embraces garments of popular material in plaids, checks and mixtures. Prices Range $2 to $6.50 Wash Fabrics and Household Staples Red Seal Gingham, Bookfold, light I r - and dark patterns, per yard iOb Gold Bond Gingham, Bookfold, I rp worth 20c, today per yard I vb Percale, best 36 inch, light or I Cp dark colors 1 lib Percale, a real good cloth, 26 I n inches wide, for only I Ub Outings, very best heavy weight, i nn light and dark 1 .b Domestic, "Advertiser," bleached, i cp 36 i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 28 September 1917

IffiVk S & Jl'JP JW' J-H?- AND NEWS -R F. CATES, Editor and Prop. BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1917. $1.00 Year. VOL. XXXII. No. 17 BARRETT BOY'S PIG CLUB TO HOLD SHOW. FARMERS OUTLINING CO-OPERATIVE PLAN. FERGUSON PREPARING TO MOVE TO TEMPLE. GOV. HOBBY TO TAKE HENRY MASCOT EDUCATIONAL DAY AT BELL COUNTY FAIR. NEW OATH OF OFFICE. FOR SAN ANGEL0 CO. m r. 9 Tho Bartlott Boy's Pig Club will liold its first pig show nt the- Jcnkin's mule barn Saturday, tho 29. Tho speakers for tho day will bo Mr. Wil- liams, Stato Agent of Agricultur of A. & M.; county demonstrator O. W. Shcrrill and Mr. P. L. Downs, of Tem- ple. Thoro will bo five prizes awarded, as follows: 1st, ?20, by the Bartlott National Bank. 2nd, $10, by E. M. Wilson. 3rd $5.00, by Leathcrman Drug Co. Co. 5th, $2.G0, by F. H. Leslie. All these prizes will be paid in Kold. Tho judging of tho pigs will be promptly at 2 o'clock. Tho entire membership of the pig club, with tho speakers will be g...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 28 September 1917

Tijir sfflra li K6e TRIBUNE and NEWS FK1DW, jnEPTRMIJEK .!?. We all nmko wistakes, many of the head and not of the heart, and this writer is no exception to the rule. Dut let us all be moro charitable in our cviticisms of each others actions, and aco if it doesn't make this old world brighter. If you want to be happy forget yourselves and think of some one else and if possible dc- something for some one else. Rend to an old lady; send a bunch of flowers to a sick friend; dry the tears of a lonely child; say a kind word to a poor discouraged washerwoman; speak with a voice which shamds the whine and whim- pers of nnother. There are many sins we can and must forgive, but disloyalty to father or mother, sister or brother, w the act of a traitor and should be dis- viscd as such. If those who belong to us have faults, let us hide them in osjr hearts that the world will not fmd them out If misfortune comes to the one memeber of the family, let all shnre it and help the unfortunate one to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 28 September 1917

4 ALLOT REGISTRATION FEES TO THE VARIOUS COUNTIES. RINGL1NG BROS.4 BIG CIRCUS TO EXHIBIT AT TEMPIE. MR. T. P. ROBINSON VISITS LLANO & BURNET COUNTRY. A ; Austin, Tex., Sept. 22. The State Highway Commission today announc- ed allotment No. 1 of registration of motor vehicles to tho various coun- ties, tho aggregato being $342,103. Under tho law, one-half of the gross collection of registration fees from all motor vehicles aro to be remitted to tho Treasurer of tho counties from which such collections nre received. These remittances aro to constitute special funds to be expended udncr direction of tho maintenance of pub- lic roads in accordance with plans ap- proved by tho State Highway Com- mission. Williamson County's allotment is $5,359. Bell County's allotment is $5,170. Milam County's nllotmcnt is $2,115. o FARM BARGAIN: 100 acres of laud, C miles- from Round Rock; 30 acres in cultivation; 20 ncrcs more good, all black land; balance good gras3 land; two houses, barn, good wel...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 28 September 1917

irw r k k M i i'.ti 75he TRIBUNE and NEWS FRIDAY, SEPTEMHER 28. Citizens of Brenham have pledged themselves to contribute in excess of $400 per month for Red Cross work. This is i addition to contribu- tions of $10,000 already made. It was decided Thursday that it will bo unncssary for Governor Hobby to take the oath as governor of Tex- ns, ns ho took the oath as lieutenant governor after being elected to that office, and this provided for his possi- ble succession to the office cf governor. The Tribune is in receipt of a nice letter from Guy Robbins, son of R. M. Robbins, of near Bartlett. Guy is in tho U. S. Navy, and located at Norfolk, Va., and states that ho is enjoying life as a sailor boy, as his photo, which he enclosed, clearly indicates. An Iowa doctor said all persons who are hopelessly ill should be put to death. A wholo bunch of Iowa doctors, on the same day, declared a preacher, who, with an axe, killed eight persons, was insane and should not bo hanged. One sounds abo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 28 September 1917

I 1' r Hi ft V LOCALS AND PERSONALS Messrs. B. Kollman and S. F. Tuck- er mndo n business trip to Sugnrlnnd this week. Miss Virgic Dell is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Roger McCnrtyJ in Austin. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Barlow visited relatives in Taylor Monday. Getting in feed every day by the carload. Get our prices. Lawrence Bros. Rev. and Mrs. Andrews, of Hills- boro, visited their daughters, Misses Mnmio and Tommie Andrews, this week. Chns. Garner left for Austin Wed- nesday, where ho will enter school. o Mr. Jim Knight and wife visited relatives in Taylor Wednesday. Pay your account nt Lawrence Bros, and got the Boll County Fair Auto tickets. Gladys Rowntreo left Thursday for Austin, where she will enter the University. o Mesdames J. W. Rudasill, E. M. Wilson and II. L. Forrester were shopping in Taylor Wednesday. o Louis Langowskic, of San Antonio, was visiting friends in Bartlctt this week. FOR LEASE: Will lease hotel in Granger very cheap. Address P. 0. Box 37, Bartlett, or telep...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 28 September 1917

" Following are those who attended tho show at Temple Friday from Bartlott: Mr. and Mrs. E M. Wil- son, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Forrester, Miss Wnnda Wicha, Mr. and Mrs. nnaipHgH Arthur Wnckcr, Misses Laura and i Louise Bnrtlcs, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Lindemnnn, Mr. and Mrs. John Wnck- cr, Mr, and Mrs. S. R. Cockrel, Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Brown and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Lovit, Mr. and Mrs. D. D. FnirchiUh, Noah Schultz, Fred Montgomery, Red Davis, O. R. Cline, R. McCutchcon, R. Hoes, Gus Jesse, Bill Hnir and Henry Laughlin. Thompson will give 10 tickets in the Bell County Fair Auto, Contest, with every bale of cooton ginned by him. VKD H HI Hj Schwertner, Texas W '." SPECIALS ATM LUMBERYARD We have 20 gallons of Sherwin-Williams White Paint that sells for $3.25 per gallon. Our 9 Kfk Special Price on this lot is P& V About 5000 feet of Dressed Flooring in 10 feet length, only 10 cents a piece. We have several lots of lumber that we want to move and will make a very low price. Odd siz...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 28 September 1917

HRHB i 1 5 LBS. SUGAR $1 With Every $10.00 Cash Purchase 25c TABLE SALT 10g With Every $5.00 Purchase 5c TABLET FOR 2c With Every $1.00 Purchase The reason that I am making these offers is I have more goods than money. You may purchase the amounts of any of the above in Variety goods, Groceries and Dry Goods. PRICES AS LOW AS THE LOWEST Heinsohn South of the First Notional Bank BARTLETT, TEXAS Ed ? ' K. T. Auto Supply Station E. STONE, Proprietor Automobile Accesccries of all kinds, Gasoline and Oil I SOLICIT A SHARE OF YOUR BUSINESS. K 15 PROMINENT HELTON MAN DIES AT DAUGHTER'S HOME. Bolton, Tex., Sept. 24. Joel Towiis- ond. father of Rov. E Q. Townscnd, died nt the homo of his daughter, Mra. Hancock, in Belton at 2:30 o'clock this morning Mr. Townscnd was born Nov. 2G, 1828 in Rhode Islund. He joined the Baptist church nt the ap;o of 20 In the State of New York and was educated in Rochester University, lacking only a few months of graduation. In 1857 ho settled in Calhoun, Mo., wh...

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