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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 12 October 1917

CT I IV- J V henh INDUSTRY IS RECOVERSNG Natural Thrift and Economy Promise Rapid Progress EXPORT BUSINESS GROWING Our Great Ally Possesses Rccuper. atlvo Powers Which Justify Belief That She Will Meet and Solve Tri- umphantly the Problems Which Con- front Her After tho War. With Pnrls boulevards echoing with "rives" for American troops our Inter- net In tno welfare of our ally vastly Jncreuses, and tho facts aro not lnck- 9ng to encourage the belief that sho Is already on the road to recovery from ho blow of Invasion by a ruthless en- emy. One of the most Important devel- opments Is tho announcement that ono of the largest banking Institutions in America concerned with foreign -ma. tint fiunrnntv Trust comnany f: I SOLDIERS IN THE VERDUN SECTOR REPAIRING A RUINED CANAL, x wf New York, 'has opened a i'uris branch to handle the rapidly Increas ing volume of French business. This action may surprise many per- sons who had thought of Franco as Slowed under a calnmltous lnvnslon. The ba...

Publication Title: Bartlett Tribune And News, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 12 October 1917

T$7 ; kX$! " ' ,wis , 1U .-j . 9 k- i T ip- And is a shining vlight in, the face many thousands of dollars to our not -be supplied from low priced that you will be advantage of these big gams they will be impossible to e. r & 'H& Sf ' O .y of the high costs, bringing savings of customers. There is not a need that can- values. Everything is so amazingly by the size of your savings. Take early when these lots of merchandise are sold Bartlett, Texas A "- y "V fcii&Ivisl.L k -a i yj HV

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 19 October 1917

1 .-vmf Sf. J1 ., - ' la ' -i - r-3t rt t WAT'"' u o.C ',:' 1 ' . ' .' 1-" ,f &'& CATES, Editor and Prop, .. W'. ( n :: IfSJ 111 U Q ii IJ'ft'., pv W- iV , JMfcoh, Tox., Oct. 1(1. A petition (tf it injunction which will consti- Ym'q test case as to tlic validity the appropriation for tho U.nivcr- $y df Texas, made by the last called wesson of tho legislature, was tiled h the office of tho distript clork here iMtif. Tho petition, presented by Hanrpsentntive W. V. Dunnam gf )3jril county, alleges that the np- piojufiation is unconstitutional upon two distinct grounds. Tho first con- ?Wton is that tho legislature cannot fcwJjjopriato directly money out of ttta. general revenue fund for the ikhimrt and maintenance of the Uni- &$ jffefcsityii nut that according to the T-( ' 'pWittitlon, such appropriations must " .ppueu to tho purchase ot state 'Meral bonds and only the interest nflcrutng from these is available lor $e institution; the second' is that tli appropriation as mad...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 19 October 1917

v$pwW8&tFww T rTTn "JWr 'vv- ;. .' 1 t , Z ri ' - i 7 ' " j W taM , - . KvfcW,awa?5fflrawM m W fc'-ti I &-' K-T n '. tf . . f . "W Lt i E6e TRIBUNE add NEWS ft v. 1 i " ...... I k . . ... -a. .it . li'KIlllY. Ill IIIHKK ll. We arc reliably informed thot our ttfttghboving town of Schwertnor paid 27.30 for cotton last Monday. Soon the cotton crop of 1917 in this section will be history the short- list crop and the highest price in the history of the country. One of the best industries to come to this as well as other towns of Tex- as, is peanut raising. It is already the paramount industry in some sections. The big sales are still on in Bart- lett Bring your cotton and get the highest price, then load up with your Fall and Winter supplies at the low- est cost. Notwithstanding the drouth, noth- ing drags in the business section of Bartlett. Even the weeds are almost waist high in some prominent places, to say nothing of tho trash and paper scraps, which are a sight to behold. T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 19 October 1917

I i "'' ". !L"V "" '-" " " ."" L ' -'"""" ' 1 "1 1 '' ' ' "' """ -i DAvE DANFOUTH WOttKBO THE SURVEY OF IMMENSE SYNDICATE HOLDINGS MADE. IN FOURTH GAME IN SERIES. w if. Why K IP W v ;t V'.- : H ,1' 4 &k- m tiTr w 1W v-r 'A h- J M , "I SEOOtfD CALL FOR SELECTIVE I DRAFT WILL SOON BE JIADJE. Washington, Oct. 12. Discussion of the advisability of expediting the call for the second increment of tho army now is in progress at the war department and it appears likely that the date may be firted for sonic time m December or January. ' Mobilization of the increment of G87.Q0O men is now far enough ad- vanced to show clearly that there will be a big deficiency for the 17 national army divisions. More than 2GO.O00 of tho first jncrcmont are .still to be assembled, but it already is evident that there will bo available at tho 1C cantonments quarters for nn additional regiment at each post and ut some for it full brigade of two reg- iments. The strength of the now regimental organization is...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 19 October 1917

SPsKrarw wv ' fct t " -?" , htt n l' lMWiMIWWIIHWlXllll She TRIBUNE and NEWS- FRIDAY. OCTORER 19. "It is not by a man's purse, but by His character, that he Is rich or poor". Tho succobs of business concerns depends quito as much on the ordors they turn down as on those they ac- cept. Had you ever thought about it? "Are wo fighting the Kaiser or the German people?" asks The Baltimore News. Well, it isn't the Kaiser who stands in the German tronches and fires shot for shot. Charleston News and Courier. The Tribune will continuo on in the even tenor of its way regardless of some enemies it makes. It has never dictated to its readers as to what politics they should cspousb or to what lodgo or church they belong. Saturday was another busy day for Bartlett merchants, and all re- port good sales. People were here from almost all over the three coun- ties Bell, Williamson and Milam to take advantage of the low prices of merchandise, and everybody went homo loaded down Don't forget the merc...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 19 October 1917

r-t mRJ Ktfw ' ri kfr U' IOW DOES IT 1 CONCERN ME? A full ntiftntlnn. alwotn T.nt U l&lnk for a whllo how tho War and tho Wborty Loan concerns tho farmer. i Wo wont lo war ' with Oornmny partly bocauao the rnlors ot that country rofusod to let us aond ta Kuropo our ships laden with grain ftltd cottOu.' Thoy sunk tho, ahlpa and cruelly murdered our Bailors. Nofl suppose wo ajlowod thom to Btop al! eur shipping, wh.oro would you bol Wone of 'your , pobda wouldi bo noli la foreign countries, with, tho reaul tjhat you would got nothing liko tin prices which-you net today. It la thi enormous demand for what you pro juce, that Is securing you hlgl OTIcoh. If this domand woro cut oB ' down -would go, prlcos. This war Jielhg wAged partly that you may tain fair prices for your goods. jy Farmers 1ave been kept down In itao , matter of prices o.Ulto lonR enough, and tho government and th'a poopla of this country, are not go lop to lot a foreign power lntorforo With their buslnois which Is ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 19 October 1917

15B59S5 COTTON DAMAGED BY FROST; YNJURKD SLIGHTLY IN TEXAS. WtwMnRton, Oct 10. Frosts iri the north central aren did considcra- hte damage to cotton, according to the weekly crop bulletin issued Wcd- TtestWiy Some cotton was killed in Northern Arkansas and killing frosts ocuered in Oklahoma. Damage was done locally in Tenossee. Light to heavy frosts foil in Texas, Missippi, Northern Alabama and Georgia, but little damage was reported. The hnilotfrt la aa follows: "Hie temporaturo during the week iwsrhged considerably below the nor- mal iji the central and northern cot- ton districts. Frosts occurrod in the north central part of the area. Some damage was done locally in Tennes- see, but the frosts was not killing, except in spots in the northern por- tion of Arkansas by the frost of the Oth. Heavy to killing frosts occurred in Northeastern and North Central Texas. In Mississippi light frost wrb reported in the extreme north oh the 6th and light to heavy frost on the 9th, but the dama...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 19 October 1917

hK t for. ?l ? B f -W :s v . B- i-j K&1' N &Gr i $4 - , -( .! " pi ' s llowntree Bros pay more for your rottonaecd. OUio Dittis wns a Wnco visitor Wednosdny. o Trmlo wih Ed Ilctnsohn nnd snvo oney. i o Mrs. C. M Hair visited rolntivo? (n Austin This week. FOR SALE: Uobin Red Turlcica. Mrs. Wylie McGinnis. o Dr. J. H. Hicks and family have moved to Ft. Worth. Shipment new Mnckeral and Herr- ing just arrived at Rowntrec Bros. E. Jochctz ,vcnt to South Texas this week on business. -. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Hardin were Georgetown visitors Monday. -o Mr. and Mrs. Einzy Hair were here Wednesday from Florence on a visit. Phono 129 gets M. P. Lawrence nt the wagon scales on railroad. o Frank J. JjBlanc, of the Tribune, visited in Cameron and Rockdale Sunday. o Just received a new line of hats' at reasonable prices. Mrs. C. P. Hawkins. o F. M. Duncan, one of Killeen's beat citizens, was here Wednesday on bus- iness. NOTICE: Will take Liberty Bonds at a premium In trade, at the St,' Louis...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 19 October 1917

ft' f n IP IMS Convenient Improvements For Your Home that will delight the whole family, French Doors in the place of the old sliding ones. Mirror Doors, really useful as well as ornamental. Built in Kitchen Cabinets, that save steps and look good. Swinging Doors between the dining room and kitchen. We will glady furnish you blue prints and cuts of these and many more good arrangements Fairchild Lumber Company D. D. FAIRCHILD, JR., Manager PHONE NO. 3 Bartlett and Schwertner LOCALS AND PERSONALS Mr. J. D. Usry was quite sick this Week. o BORN To Mr. and Mrs. J. W. High- tower, Oct. 13, a boy. o BORN To Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Gillespie, a hoy. o E. M. Steglich has our thanks for a renewal to the Tribune. o Rev. C. TV. Irvin made a business! trip to Gatesville this week. o J. M. Allen was a business visitor to Houston this week. -o- John Henry Vaughn was in Belton Tuesday pn businss. o Earl Whie was a Georgetown vis- itor tliis week, attending court. 0. D. Jarrell, the land man of Jar- re...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 19 October 1917

i a :is r s; . i 1 f. PRO ELECTION CONTEST JILED WITH DISTRICT CLEKK. f According to n suit entitled No. 8281, filed with DiBtrlct Clerk T. W. Wilson and not, for hearing before District Judge Ireland Graves, of tho 20th District Court, at the coming November term in Williamson coun- ty, the prohibition election held in this county on August 20th, 1017, Wil bo contested. The foco of tho roturns shows: For prohibition, 2,- 822; against prohibition, 2,885, a ma- jority of C3 votes. The petition was filed by Attorney Nunn & Love, Cooper Sanscm, Wilcox, Graves & Metcalfe, of Georgetown, and Dan J. Moody, of Taylor, and tho case on tho docket is styled J. M. Lamb, J. T. Tidwoll and" II. J. Fowler, of Gran- gcr, Will'amson county, who are the contestants, vs. Hon. Luke Mankin, county attorney, who is the proper person under tho law to cite as the defendant in election contest cases. County Attorney Mankin is desig- nated as the contestec in the case and was served with tho citatio...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 19 October 1917

wmmwhMlwowMA! ii k 4 at Am T3K5" , f$X fcr v I. Jili ill iti 1 -- r'nTTTTTTTTT XARTICLRS PERTAINING TO T1IM RED CROSS'. Officers Red Cross Auxiliary. MEXICAN KAGXK SIUi'PBD TO CAMP HOWIE, FT. WORTH. Mrs. E. T. Jones, Chairman; Mrs. CJkintx. Bonaon, 1st Vice-Chairman; Mrs. W. W. Walton, 2nd Vicc-Chair-'flmn; Mrs. T. P. Robinson, Secreta- ry; Mrs. Joe Matthews, As$t. Secro- c try; Mr. E. C. Hacber, Treasurer. ' Standing Committees. ' ' I Membership. Chairman, Mrs. W. W. Walton; Mesdamcs Slawson, Johtr Wackor, I. L. Brown, G. Hempol, R. F. Cntcsr and T. Fowler. ' II Finance. Chairman, Mr. F. II. ' troslic; Messrs. Albert JSlark, John v Lawrence, D. K. Leathorman'and Joo Knight HI Ways and Moans. Chairman, Mrs. Schofileld; Mesdamcs J. Knight, Leslie, Condrn, Rogers and Misses Ruth McCarty and LaVernc Catos. IV Publicity. Chairman, Mrs. F. T. Stockton; Mrs. Rrannigan, Miss. Margerito Isaac, Messrs. Joe Mat- thews and A. E. Wackcr,. V First Aid. Chairman, Mrs. W. G. Smith; Mesdamcs Curlin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 26 October 1917

1 K tVt Stab (ft lw 1a. a i-Jg Ba I J. e Bar a Mi ttttje v -i 4 AND NEWS fo F. CATES; Editor and Prop. BARTLETT. WILLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1917. $1.00 Year VOL. XXXII. No. 21 ROGERS FARMER FOOD CONSERVATION KATY BRIDGES BURNED WILLIAMSON GO. MASS ; MEETING IS CALLED. AT LITTLE ASSASSINATED. ON SAN ANTONIO LINE. W M Lw lb m lib It Pi u , t V1 l& v- r k St I" A trngcUy sudden and shocking and one that brought gloom to tho amiUe3 and hundreds of-friends of Ifeo victims, to whom tho nows rapid- ly spread, was enacted at Little Ilivor Saturday evening, at about G:15 'clock, when tho southbound Katy train No. 0, struck tho auto of J. ft. McFarlond, instantly killing Ave of Ujo occupants and injuring two oth- ers. Tho dead arc: J. R. McFARLAND. MRS. J. R. McFARLAND. OUN McFARLAND, son of tho above, ago 10. MARION DUNLAP, ago 2G. ' PARKER WILLIAMS, age 13. Barstow McFarland, ngo 14, also n son o Mr. and Mrs. J. R. McFar- land, who was driving the car, was seriously i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 26 October 1917

'ffw; N 8!. ' i si ,. ' f &e TRIBUNE, and NEWS FitlDAY, OCTOBER 26. If you "Buck eggs" bo sure that you hidy tlio sholls. If you don't you are likely to get caught f "Old Ton Porcentum" says that 3 Via por cont Is too low a. rate of in- terest, is the reason he doesn't buy Liberty iJomls. You cannot expect some miserly rich devils to lend their monoy to the government, when they will not assist their neighbors in time of distress. Get it into your hond right now that Bartlott is bound to have that brick hotel and you hndsjust as well begin work on it right now. Buying Liberty Bonds, helping the Red Cross, whipping the Kaiser and paying your subscription to the Trib- une arc most patriotic acts you can do now. Don't get the idea into your head. that because you disagree with the other fellow ho is ruined. Remember we all liave our friends, nnd besides it iabcetcr to help each other along thanto try to pull d6wn. Some tolks are afraid to call their tfEUCUANTS DRAWING IS t THAT UUY...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 26 October 1917

wr u ". Ml tt. 11 t 1&L af fl: Wfr- !.'? KT .;i . U -l m m m. . T m i' l r j., m !, k )V Wr IP' llpv V HIGHER POSTAL RATES AltB EFFECTIVE NOV Details concerning the imircaso in the rates of postajre dn ffrst-clnss mail, including postal and poet cards, wore announced yestord-vy by Post- master G, A. Lindenmtin, following- the redept of the nnv regulations from Postmaster General A S Bur- leson. The higher rates become ef- fective Nov. 2 "Upon nil matter of the first-class i4liu tiu. tvuiatiuiio iviivi' postage shall bo charged at the rate of 2c per ounqo or fraction thereof, -i...ii- ,i-ii....r of intim. nnrrinr mn. - Tllron letter is one addressed for Mivnrv fmm the omen at which it is ..-.. . -.,, - --.- - ... , ndated. There is nondrop letter rate on any matter oxeppt letters. , Voctal Card Rate Is 2c. i I'OClHl curua mum uu uiwidiuiih;u through tho mails at a postage charge of 2c each, including the cost of man- ufacture. "It shall bc-lawful to transmit' by mail, at tlio pos...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 26 October 1917

Sc? TRIBUNE NO DECISION RENDERED IN TEXAS U. INJUNCTION CASE. KJMBWI &.' w &;' K y and NEWS FK1DAY, OCTOBER 2C. WILL ENFORCE STATE IIIGH- . WAY LAWS. tTho following letter had been ro- e'eived from tho ofllcicnt sheriff of Boll county, end concerns nil. Read it: Bolton, Toxas, Oct. 23rd, 1017. Mr. R. F. Cntos, Bartlett, Texas. Dear Sir: I am in receipt of a communica- tion from tho State Highway Depart- ment at Austin, in which they notify me that they havo received their fin- al shipment of seals, and by Tuesday night will havo mailed out seals to evoryono who has registered a car with tho Department. They also sug- gest that I give the matter plenty of publicity during tho 'week, telling the people that I expect to enforce the trafllc law, as well as tho headlight and other highway laws, commenc- ing about tho 27th. They also State that the number of plates havo not been received yet for the entire registration, and it will possibly bo two or three weeks long- er before th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 26 October 1917

mm rsrs Honey To Loan. ' rrrrr r mum hihuiiii m i minimum nun imniniTHTHTiiimiMinimi iimiiumii iiiiiiiiinnniiniminL-iLii-x n mm .m i -- ' ,-( R R. Ogden was here Monday from Austin on business. Mr. and Mrs. John Wackcr nttond- d tho Dallas Pair this week. . "Apple week", Oct. 29 to Nov. 3rd, at tho Gersbach-Wnekcr Co. o i f Bought 200 tonBvhay hat w& aro able to sell at $25 00. S. H. Hopkins. o - W. If. Nunnery, of Little River, was here Snturday on business. o Bought 200 tons hay thnt wo arc ablo to sell at $25.00. S II Hopk'nf. o Hugh Blair was in Elgin thisweek doing' some plumbing work. ' Buy a box of thoee good apples next week at Tho Gersbach-Wnekcr Co. o L. A. Frcidrich is among those who kindly remembered tho Tribune this week. . o t Ottb Pcitsch, of tho Panhandle . country, was hero this week on a visit to his parents. Mr. and Mrs. D. K. Leathcrman ' were among those from Bartlett, who visited tho fair this week. John Kulow, who lives near Hol- land, renewed his subscri...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 26 October 1917

fT , fMWW'W17 it' iwl r? t, v n a Convenient Improvements for Your Home that will delight the whole-family, French Doors in the place of the old sliding ones. Mirror Doors, really' useful as well as ornamental. ' Built in Kitchen Cabinets, that save steps and look good. - Swinging Doors between the dining room and kitchen, We will glady furnish you blue prints and cuts of these and many more good arrangements Fairchild Lumber Comg D. D. FAIRCHILD, JR., Manager PHONE NO. 3 Bartlett and Schwertner LOCALS AND PERSONALS Lee Bclk was a Waco visitor this week. o Good cord wood for sale by Rown- treo Bros. o Mr. J. H. Mnupin, of near Belton, was here Monday. Ford Auto for sale by Rowntreo Bros. the Frank Krauso remembered Tribune this week. oJ , FOR SALE: Wood at ray farm for $2.60 ped cord. Dr. C. M. Blair. Oscar Bolding and family were in Dallas this week. -o- John Knox Dillard saw the sifehts at Dallas this week, u FOR SALE: Bourbon Red Turkies. Mrs. Wylio McGinnis. r-o J. E. Tipton and...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 26 October 1917

FfTk 1VVJMPWJ Elton lo( M Hoard. m ? : Tbo follnwinn- h i list of the dx- bikne Tc n, yi 0 - T c ji rv rrnpt,ons Rranlod by the local board turned a v--iib oi ultv t-j-.i r,st nt Belton on claims of dependents, O T Bryant, 8Ute (r(.;n "T. Z L. out of the lost bunch examined. Rlslay, president, and 5 I Powell, jjoy l. Wynttt, Troy, secretary of tho Fnrmbcrs' and La- Daniol W. vWcll&, Oakalla. borers' Protoctlvo Association, con- Wm. D. Lnngaton, Salado. (piracy cases and of acquittal as to josoph S. WilllamB, Killcon " tho other defendonts. Thursday nf- Doris B. Wiloy, Moffat, tcriloon Judgo Jack passed tho son- jm L. Wright, Maxdalo " tenco on Bryant, Rislcy and I'dwoll Robert L. Tims, Bolton. In tho following words: Jim Smith, Holland. VYou havo been cOnvlctod op tho Grover Russol, Moody. first count, of tho indictment charging Albert Procter, Tmoplo. that you conspired to avor throw, put Shorman M. Patterson, Bolton. ' down and destroy b forco the gov- Lewis E. Ncitsch, Hollan...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 26 October 1917

r r f' V 1 J) w (& IK t. ik .. n i. Is. Mrs. Ilcido Entertains Entrc Nous CInb. Friday, Oct. 19. Tho Entro Nous Club Bpont a most delightful afternoon with Mrs. H. ttoido on Fridny, Oct. 19, Mcsdamos Jno. Lawrence and' Hatch winning high score. The club Was very pleasantly sur- prised by the nrrival of one of their old members, Mrs. Allen Duncan, who enmo in to Visit among old friends before departing for her now homo. The club accepted Mrs. Lonthcr- mnn's resignation with regrets. The hostess, assisted by her sister, Mr's, R. F. Cates, served a delicious lunch of Sandwich, Chcescatraws, Salad and Hot Coffee. The honor guests for afternoon, were: Mesdames Hnrlnn, Faubion, Matthews, Duncan, Bonnie Wackor, ' an'd Misses Hcido and McKnlght. The next meeting will bo with Mrs. Jno. Lawrence, Nov. 2. o- Presbyterian Church. Rev, 13. B. Paisley to Preach at Pres- byterian Church Sunday, Oct. 28th, Morning and Evening. The congregation of the Presbyte- rian church are delighted to recei...

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