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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 1 February 1918

Jl u -4-(; ---- - -.!- City AnHofuicements; (Eiwttoft Ah &niii' -:.r For. City Attorney B. B. Thdhipson, . Jn'o. A. Jones. Ar'L fgiriMeitBgffj'a-jiii'i.' . . , . m "t'J- '.- .11 , .. , -Lj.. .11.11,, . .. i ',... tTQOALiS AND PERSONALS HiafgUM Mr, E. J, Sonntag has gone to ; 'Waco'. ' . "Fatty!' .at the Crescent next Tuesday. , , . , : . ' "- jK0'i3.,''Kingwas a Waco visitor, ,.;-C -- -: ; "r'Mrs.''; W. Rudasill was quite ' siBkTthfs week. ,,E.Ii, Hardin was in Waco yesterday on business. " '"Mrs. Fred Knight visited 'in. Georgetown this week. -EL ,j. Scharnberg is in Victo- . ria.ihis week on business. ,'ir' Td hnv annnnil-VinTifl nnclfs :Thej'!G(ersbach-Wacker Co." .', 'The'son of Mr. and Mrs. D: Ky'Latherman is quite, sick., - ' B.' Werhli, of Route 3, remem- , rbered the Tribune this week. tfik'fRev. C. W. Irvin and family 'ft ,yi9e' m Temple Wednesday. J'O. Wilson was in Temple ano?iieiton TUesqay on busi- jTess I-'m:;' 0. Kuler of Thorndale was; here Wednesday on business....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 1 February 1918

n v l MggpMM -Hta'H'H'H' A Liquid Smoke temtMwtMimimMBaammmmmmmmmmmame&Bmnmmnnmmnmmmumimit mini i - Made by distilling wood for smoking all kinds of meats, by simply applying with brush. It imparts to meat the same smoke flavor that is obtained when 'meat is smoked over a fire in the old way. Every bottle guaranteed to give absolute satisfac- tion or money refunded. A trial will convince you. ON SALE AT Leatheroian Drug Company Quality and Service t M LOCALS AND PERSONALS Miss Edith Bell spent the wek-end at home. L. Hillman went to Fayette- ville this week on business. Mrs. Martin Albrecht is. in Dallas on a visit to her sister. s J. D. Nichols, of near Jarrell, was here Saturday on business. Miss Vera Rather spent the week-end at her home in Bel- ton. , Hon. F. F. Lindemann remem- bers the Tribune for another year. r Miss Leslie Van Sams spent tne week-end with friends in Waco. Herbert Cates, of Camp Trav- is, was at home Saturday and Sunday. Thanks to our old friend. W. 5 A. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 1 February 1918

' Liv fewfcMi !?ftK5 01 ,01 JOINED ED CROSS I! BIG msnmAS DHIVE CD TEGT DRAW 5 RED CROSS PLANS iOUTHWESTEliN DIVISION LED ' OfHER 12 IN UNITED 8TATE8 IN NUMBER OBTAINED. GflAND TOTAL NOW 22,000,000 Fifth of EnUro Population of This 1 CoUntry Belongs to the Great U .. "Armv De-hlnd tho Army." II T LOUI8 LaBEAUME, ST. LOUISAN, HELP8 PUT OVER GREAT MEMBERSHIP CAMPAIGN. HE THANKS NEWSPAPER MEN CORN GROF EUROPE NEEDS FOOD food Admlnletratlon Declare It Is an Absolute Sin to Waoto Food Food , Has Become Sacred. More Than 3,000 Million Bushels Raised in 191 7 Gives Big Surplus. SAVES WORLD FOOD SITUATION Ooclares This Publication and Other Influential Papers In South. west Mado Success Possible. t ' Oifytth of tho ontlro population qf, tlift (united States belongs to tho Atiir1tl&n.'Kad Cross. Tjv'enty-two million persons consti- tute the Army Behind the Army. SlactooJi mlltfon now mombors wero dfjeil as a result of tho Christmas inemershlp campaign. Six million citizens of the United ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 1 February 1918

o tt.te()4-()-( -w 0 O 0 0 0 (f. -SAtAOO .NEWS NOTES, o y , i $p00 0 00 00 0 .' . jSalado. Texas. Jan. 30. Mrs- ':'' Robinson, of Troy, is visiting ;; .Natives hci'o. & The little son of Mr. and Mrs. tn, Norwood, is quite sick. y; 'Mvb. Tom ItamsojriS' at the, daide of her son, Randall, who 1 ?M soriously ill with pneumonia, y.f at Waco. 1 -, i ,' Mrs. F. M. Guest has been se- riously ill with measles. The 12-year-old s,on of Rev. ;; Turner was badly injured, last Saturday, the result of a fall and striking on his head. He i- 4 Was unconscious for a while, but ; is now improving. The Canning Club met at the " residence of Mrs. Harkey Thurs- day, and was an interesting . meeting. On Friday night, Feb. 8, there will be a musical entertainment at the college for the benefit of the Red Cross. Admission 10c 'u and 15c. Don't fail to attend. tdtk -h Moore tfntirftW. s , , The social event in "Bartlett during the week, was Tuesday afternoon, when Mrs. V. I. Moove was hostess to a numbe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 8 February 1918

BatfJjeff P AND NEWS . rs h 4 ij I UTi .? k ftF,, GATES, Editor and BELL COUNTY ROAD ' WOItk IS DELAYED. Some little inconvenience and 'delay in the county .road work has been occasioned by the at- torney for the parties who pur- chased the bonds,- refusing to give the bonds his approval, claiming the election to be illeg- al on the grounds that the call for the election embodied more, than one purpose for which the money was to be Used; that a seperate vote should haVe been taken on each. The bonds had been passed upon by the Attorney General Of the State and given his ap- proval. District Judge F. M. Spann and County Judge M. B. Blair, were in Austin Saturday and held a consultation with the Attorney General, and he will make a brief of his reasons for the approval of the bonds, and the same will be sent to the at- torney in Ghicago who repre- sents the purchasers of the bonds. It is expected that the ques- tion will be al straightened within the next few days. Bel- ton .News. - 0...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 8 February 1918

i MiwwiiiiiiMiiiiituiiiwiiiMiHiiH hum iiin ii Him ii i ii nLmywaaiwn ! r nirTn , mini , mu.MwiijM J ir i i iii inn it- rr -rmrnii mi n .m m hiimmw.... iMi i 8iiiii i I Tt wliitM ; PLAY$ ALL RE CORDS. ., f , j '' l mi DI3WV r 1 1 AH Phonograph In One Tone, Life Like, Elegance and Simplicity of Design. JfflljrnlWij 9H A plete Stock cl t Your Service om Call and See Them Better Still, Call and Hear Them "Enchanted" Will Be Your Verdict.' BARTLETI Jjfij8& F TEXAS -&he TRIBUNE . and News s3 lies. Editor and Owner l&S2SEE. fed Friday of Each Week iscription, $1.00 Per Year. Entered as second-class mat- ter at the post office at Bartlett, Texas, under the act of March 3, 1979. Four Weeks a Newspaper Month Advertising Rates: Display, per inch 15c x Reading Notices per line 10c Preferred Position, per in 25c Special rates on contracts for more than 1,000 inches to be used in 12 months. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8 The political pot is beginning to simmer in Bell County, but as yet nothing ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 8 February 1918

0 tM ?. lf,J I V , '. v ISSUES PROCLAMATION FOR SEED SOWING. Governor William P. Hobby is- sues ProclimaUon for Seed Sowing Sunday, February 10, 1918. CRIME ON THE DECREASE , IN BELL There is one season of the year, and only one, more impor- tant than the harvest season and that is the Beed-sowing ifime, but one is absolutely de- pendent upon the other, and it is impossible to have one without the other. A complete and plentiful sowing time is sure to bring forth a glorious hnrvest, just as a bounteous harvest can result from none save a fully, abundant sowing time. It is the best planter, as we learn .in our first school days, who can produce two blade3 of .grass, where only one was pro- .uc4d before, which, of course, Mpfers alike to all food-produc-i mfe grains. We, in America to-'-'cltfy, have an exalted, even a ; .Holy purpose, in trying to "pro- duce two instead of one blade", . and, this purpose is to sow grain ' to help feed the world, who begs and waits for our industrial a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 8 February 1918

-j- ' , L " J' -" She TRIBUNE and NEWS It. F. Gates, Editor and Owner Published Friday of Each Week Subscription, $1.00 Per Year. Entered as second-class mat- ter at the post office at Bartlett, Texas, under the act of March 3, 1979. Four Weeks a Newspaper Month Advertising Rates: Display, per inch 15c Reading Notices per line 10c Preferred Position, per in 25c Special rates on contracts for more than 1,000 inches to be used in 12 months. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8 Approximately 160 San Fran- cisco saloons discerned the handwriting on the wall during iyjj and closed up. The loss in revenue to the city amounted to $73,380 a year. In the neighborhood of 1500 saloons are still holding on. About the most amusing thing nowadays, is to watch the "would-be politician", scratch his head, and debates as to who he is going to support for gov- ernor. He has that expression, "I'll bo damned if I do, and I'll be damned if I don't". February has some important historical dates, especially as it concerns ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 8 February 1918

i" -i-Lli- ' LJ!1 !I"liUJ. I h" T JLnm?-' '"" in.-,, mmAJ V - City Announcements. (Election in April) . iis"WWWVWS lor ( iv ltorney Jl. B. Thompson, Jno. A. Jones. LOCALS ASfD PERSONALS See "The flighting Trail" Friday. t Ramsier pays 50c per hundred f oi scrap iron. Mrs. T. E. Fowler visited in Taylor this week, Mrs. E. L, Hardin visited in Temple this wcjek. See i "Fatty" in a Country Hero inext Tuesday. Sea' "Stingaree' Saturday and "Seve'n Deadly Sins" O.A. Sturm orders the Trib- une jfor another year. M,t. and Mrs. Buchanan of Jarrell were here this week, Notice the ad of Ramsier's. It will tell you what he buys. Mr. and Mrs. D. 13. Rnrfclett fere Te'mple visitors Wednesday Misses Inez and Edith Cell isited in Granger last Sunday. W. G. Whitlow and family vere here Sunday from Temple. F. J. LeBlanc, of the Tribune 'force, was on the sick list this past week. Mr. and Mrs. John Gillespie and babe are visiting reatives at Georgetown. Mrs. S. H. Matthews visited her sister; in a Te...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 8 February 1918

4,MvM4,M,'M,M'MM"4W,,H,''MMf'S,I,A NOTICE SUBSCRIBERS .. Vku K i. If m A Liquid Made by distilling wood for smoking all kinds of meats, by simply applying with brush. It imparts to meat the same smoke flavor that is obtained when meat is smoked over a fire in the old way. Every bottle guaranteed to give absolute satisfac- tion or money refunded. A trial will convince you. ON SALE AT Leatherman Drug Company Quality and Service 3nfrHHNaMfrH''K"W LOCALS AND PERSONALS New garden seeds at Ed. Heinsohn's. Mrs. J. L. Powell is on the sick list this week. New Spring goods coming in every day. Lawrence Bros. New garden and flower seeds at Ed. Heinsohn's. Mayor Allen was in Austin Wednesday on legal business. Mr. and Mrs. D. Zweig went to Dallas this week on business. Get you a waist now. Silk crepes for ?3.50 and $5.00, at Lawrence Bros. Mrs. W. J. Hamilton is among those who remembered the Tri- bune this wek. Bring your lard, bacon, eggs and butter to Ed. Heinsohn's Store. Mr. J. H. Brooks,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 8 February 1918

pfcmnh jHff BED GROSS NEEDS tlllij S WAR ZOIEIOHE PARIOTIC WOMEN OF 80UTH WE8T ARE URGED TO VOL- UNTEER THEIR SERVICES. "Wo will holp you fill tho necessary number." " Thorn tiro 75 accredited schools ol nuralng'ln this district that will pro- pare voluntpprs for aervloo. Two yenm' duty Is requlrod. Nursing education not only prepares for a large 'variety of professional fields, but It .Is an oxcellent prepara- tion for home and family life and for public service In many ways. Almost upon enrollment tho student boglna nor service to tho community In holp. lng to care for tho sick, as part of he'r Instruction and tralnlner. This service to tho community will bo greatly In- creased in war time, becauso tho con- rilHnnu nf wftt wlilnlt fnlr.i nunrmnnnn. ors from tho homes and nurses from tho civilian hospitals, produce an In creased amount of sickness and dis- tress among the civilian population, with docreaacd facilities for guarding Its health. It might bo added that enrollment In th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 8 February 1918

K - K W,l - n v s m v X y " i, Schwerlncr Baptist Woman's Missionary Union Meets. Tho Baptist' Woman's Mis- sionary "Union, met in regular session nt the church, Saturday, afternoon, February 2nd. A motion made and carried that we, meet hereafter on Thursday afternoon before the 1st and 3rd Sundays in each month, at one thirty- o'clock. Each member is urged to be present at our next meeting, as there will be impor- tant business to be tranacted. We are having splendid meet- ings and invite each and every one to co-operate with.us in this great work. The Williamson county Aux- iliary met with the Baptist La- dies Jan 18, and gave helpful instructions on this work, which wo appreciate very much. Again ' ve urge each and every one to meet with us in our regular meetings. Reporter. o Read nempel's advertisement in this issue, and go see what he has to offer you. whim4iJmj t S1 ! lft $ !! t LUMBER is going higher after the war. Looks like build- i ing NOW is the fAIRCHlLD LUMBER CO. D. D...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 15 February 1918

wrnwvv,' , iffiZ TV w PT1W "jotst' f i".vi t it i ' .' t ."H? ' J i v"i3V JKR !" WW- AN D N E WS S8 Iff WW i R. F. GATES, Editor and FAYETTEVILLE CITIZENS IN TROUBLE WITH U. S. Houston, Tex,, Feb. 13. Pleas of not guilty were entered be- fore the United States commis- sioner,, hero today, by W. C. Langlotz, mayor, and ten other citizens of Fayetteville, Texas, all charged with violation of sec- tion 3 of the espionage act, which specifies freason. Bonds totaling $69,000 were allowed the prisoners, four be- ing held in the sum of $10,000, five under $5000 and two under $2000 security. The names of the prisoners in the order of the bonds assessed are: V. C. Langlotz, mayor; W. L. Drawe, Frank Mazel, Sr.; Will Kurtz, Mike (Herman) Langlotz, Ernst Pagel, Herman von Minden, Joseph Zdrail, Charles Mietzen, O. A. Vetter and Frank Powetz. The arrest of the eleven fol- lowed the display, over the en- try of the Germania club, in Fayetteville, of a German flag. Federal officials, notified by ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 15 February 1918

She TRIBUNE DIED FOR HIS COUNTRY. and NEWS It. F, Gates, Editor and Owner Published Friday pf Each Week Entered as second-class mat- ter at the post office at Bartlett, Texas, under the act of March 3, 1979. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15. Success in life depends upon chewing the right kind of gum, arid not in "chewing the rag". If some folks, we know, don't quit carrying fish-hooks in their pockets, they're going to get hung on One, some day, instead of hanging the other fellow. Moral Mind your own busi- ness, and you -will get along bet- ter, and have a clear conscience. Yes, we are going some. Your grand-father walked to see his girl; your father rode horseback to see his girl; you probably were satisfied with a top buggy, but your boy wants a six cylinder "Ottermobile" ; his boy will want an airship. So there you are. In a speech to his soldier the kaiser is qouted as saying: "The gigantic battles Which rag- ed from, spring to fall on Bel- gium! and French soil, Were de- cided in favor of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 15 February 1918

'wl ft mi r ross to Advise soldiers lies About War Insur- fHill. Homo Service Section of Jell County Rod Cross et announces tnat inis I)ii is propared to giyo full 'ompleto-information in ro- to the War Insurance Bill Fntly enacted by. Congress. National American Red Is has sont all necessary in- tation to the 'local chapter fid will send all future rulings k the Government Department is tnev are -. maae, nrvery Sfamilv having a soldier or sailor Fin our Country's service will be interested in this Bill, as it pro vides "funds for the dependents of a soldier, make provisions for cheap government insurance to be paid to the, benenciary named by the soldier, and arran ges for the payment ot a iixed sum of money to the soldier and to his dependents should he be injured or maimed while in the country's service, For example, a private who has a wife and two children AV&iild have to allot (half of his Say) for their support. On his plhg that, the Government will give a separate allowa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 15 February 1918

iwi WE mm HELP f LB""- UMW Fence that Garcleo and Rsirse FoqcI We have the Hodge Red Fence- Just the kind you ned. It Is the Cheapest and Best Mutual Lumber Company BARTLETT, TEXAS. Miss Jjucile Morgan visited in Bolten the past week. New garden seeds at Ed. Heinsohn's. Miss Myrtle Joyce was report- ed quite sick, this week. New Spring goods coming in ever da. Lawrence Bros. Mrs. V. I. Moore was a Taylor visitor Saturday. New garden and flower seeds at Ed. Heinsohn's. Miss Rather visited in Belton this week. Mr. Dallas McClain was here Saturday, from Rogers. Mrs. L. Rowntree visited in Austin this week. M. Leifeste, of Florence, was here Mdnday on business. Mrs. Kidd, returned this week, for ma visit to Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Whitlow, at Temple. Get you a waist now. iSilk crepes for $3.50 and $5.00, at Lawrence Bros. Etrizy Pharr, who is at Camp Ijkuus, was here Sundav to vis- folks. Dickey, who lives near was here Monday on business. W. S. Rutland, of Davilla, was here Monday, and said...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 15 February 1918

:'& ,.- Children's Cough Syrup Don't take chances with your children's health. If they have a cough start treating them with Fonsiar, Children's Cough Syrup which we can recommend as one of the most effective preparations of its kind to be had. Penslar Chileren's Cough Syrup is compound- ed especially for the peculiar ills of children and contains only the very best of ingredients, as shown by the formular on every label. "You can dopend on quick action and very satisfactory results if this remedy is used exclu- sively.1 Leathermam Drug Company Quality and Service City Announcements. ..(Election in April) .. For City Attorney B. B. Thompson, Jno. A. Jones. For City Marshal 1 R. B. Dickenson, Frank Burns. For, City Secretary Oscar Bolding. Mrs. I. L. Brown ,is reported - r to be quite sick. Mr. Geo. Hempel was in Dal- las this week on business. Mr. J. M. Allen is confined to his room with lagrippe. FOR RENT Two houses close in. See Rowntree Bros. Frank Joiner made a business trip...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 15 February 1918

fMtwmmMtammmarmmmMamtammMKmmm Honor Roll for the First Term, Bartlctt Public Schools. LUMBER is going higher after the war. Looks -like build- ing NOW is the one best plan. . ) FAIROIILD LUMBER CO. D. D. FAIROIILD, JR., Manager PHONE NO. 3 Bartlctt and Schwertner i..H4-4I-C'I"I"IlC"'4'C',,,"H'',''4'M"M'4I' .v:SWBv3nQRn3B WaWlffrAOQiltfl . o o o o o o oo o o I RED CROSS NOTES. o I to o fo-r-o o o oo oo During the month of Jar.uary, "8. th.- ImiMrirs m the TSnvt- let Branch of the America l Red ,i'' 38, ha" r'fted the fol'ow- i n p artick s : 92 Sweaters, 30 aair Socks. IS imir Mufflers. 17 pair Writsers, lfi Helmets. We btinVo on t.ho wnv. fvnm N.nv "York. 84 Bounds of varn suitable for Sweaters, Helmets, MuPlers and Wristers. Today we ordcr- ed $25 worth of yarn from Red If'ross Headquarters, at St. Collin, snitahlp to mjikn socks. Lll of our knitting is being shipped to the American Ked !!ross Assembly Ware House, at Houston, now. We will put a fciotice in the Tribune and the Ifemn...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 22 February 1918

,fV "-"a? ''-v - AND. NEW S "-MHw"' """ " ttJfvf'T - wT",',Mr - h79K . If " fMT''Jw4erT Put'! 110 Tt 7''' 'JAtT .4 R. F. GATES, Editor and BENEFICIAL RAINS FELL ALL OVER THE STATE. San Antonio, Tox., Fob. 10. Rain fell over a wide area of the north, central and south' central portions of the State Saturday, in intermittent shower.s, vary- ing in depth of precipitation from .35 to Va and 2 inches. The distribution was not gener- al as in the case of the rain of last Saturday night, though in some sections the fall exceeded in density the previous rain. Following fast upon the heels of a mild blizzard, that sent temperature's hurrying ) down- ward to an extent of from 30 to 40 degrees, the rain had spent its force when reaching as far as San Antonio. The local rainfall was given by the local weather bureauSatui'day night at .35, as compared with .30 a week ago. Though the norther extended its grip t othe border and coast country the rainfall grew .lighter and finally dwindled to only ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 22 February 1918

f nrijp- J!. V 15e TRIBUNE and NEVS R. P. Catcs, Editor and Owner Four Weeks a Newspaper Month Advertising Rates: Display, per inch 15c Reading Notices per line 10c Preferred Position, per in 25c Special rates on contracts for more than 1,000 inches to be used in 12 months. IS IT FAIR? Subscription, $1.00 Per Year. Published Friday of Each Week Entered as second-class mat- ter at the post office at Bartlett, Texas, under the act of March 8, 1879. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22. Now, aint you sorry that you didn't prepare for that garden? Among the way to save the soil is by deep-plowing, by plant- ing cover-crops, and by terracing. War or no war, some people just can't keep from raising pol- itical rows and having neighbor- hood rackets. That the Texas farmer of late years is giving more attention to keeping up and building up his soil is visible to the naked eye from, the car window. If we could see people as they treally are, not as they seem, condemnation would of times be langed to laudati...

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