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

KmI vs Important Notice of The Am- erican Red Cross. RESTRICTION ON USE OP MEAT MODIFIED. Washington, March 3. Tern- ' kmm i-a H nw r m h P 4- T n n 4- llUJill nUBJJUIltHUll UJ. LI1U lUUilt- Following are the laws gov- t ermng the giving of Entertain ments or Benefits, as formulated iC8b mcal and of the special re in the A-B-C Manual of Chapter strictions against the use of Organization, issued by the Bu- pork on Saturdays was announc- reau of development, Southwest- e(i by the food administration ern Division: tonight as a readjustment of its Division : I food conservation program. In- "Many Chapters are being ap- creased meat production and the proached with offers of enter- necessity for still greater sav- tainmenta, all or a part of the 'ing in wheat, it was declared, proceeds of which are to bo don- make' the change advisable, ated to the Red Cross. Under ,; The suspension is made ef- thesi; circumstances it seems es- fective for an indefinite period, sential that some general ...

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

Tt nfaim mvMmm.vmwvm.wwmmam nip. i .mMmaamiM,nmtmmMmmmMMmmmmamimmmmmmMumt i , uu umwum1mw,tmBmnwum,in Boy Scouts Meet. BartletV, 5To5aft March 2. Boy Scouflf&rta&op No. 2, mot in regular Business session Friday evtniing, with twenty thiop members present. Tho meeting; was called to attention b the stout master, and the applications of Robt. Hardin, KrnesgA3risby, and Scout War- ren Woodson of Troop No. 10 of Ft. Worth were voted on and ac- cepted. ' Under new business came nomination for troop bug- ler, Scout Wiljis, Edward3 the former bugler, having resigned on account of moving to Waco. Preston Isaac was initiated as as tenderfoot. Scout Martin Leafherman "was elected troop doctor, he takjng charge of the first-aid kit. A new patrol was organized, Scout Charles Hairs- ton being -708(10 patrol leader pro-tem. The scoutmaster then explained the thrift stamp plan and distributed literature for tho boys to read so, as to make For Sheriff. In this issuo, is the. announce ment o...

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

t- j' v J t u q AN'D NEWS f 5" i? Vatfs Editor and Prop. BARTLETT WLLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS. PRIUAY, MARCH, 15, 1918. . $1.00 Year. ,i i.iii I '' I II IIWMMWMM WIMIIWWIWM' ""f"w!'i:. ' ,. - , - - . ' i. . - .i ...... .., .- ,- -, -,,.. VOL. XXXII. No. 40 4VV 7 j jftm i i2$S f fc r PROHIBITION PETITION GOES OVER TO APRIL. TEN MILE ZONE BILL' EFFECT1 H APRIL 15. a i aw Mm-Mi 11 With It is understood that the pro- Austin, Tox., Match 11Witn Williamson overwhelming majority m oui county have decided not to pre- )ouse3, the ten-mile .zone bill scnt tne petitions from the sev- was finally passed and will go en justices precincts (not in , li. ."'fi...-nni. (-nmnrrniv -fnv nli.rl.nrv fVin "nnoulriao nrnninnfc' 10 me UUVUinui vuitv" Price Interpreting Meets. Committee EateeSHeBHrMEmwtara smiriN The Williamson County Food Administrator, Lee J. Rountree, has appointed the following as the price interperting commit tee for Bartlett: Stanton Al- his signature. It will become effective on April th...

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

1 i&mBmc M .Hsgste p ?5he TRIBUNE and NEWS It. V. Cates, Editor and Owner AderMsing Kates: Display, per inch Reading Notices per line Prpferrpd Position, nev in. .15c 10c 9Sr Special l'ates on contracts for more than 1,000 inches to be used in 12 months. Subscription, 91.00 Per Year. Published Friday of Each Week Four "Weeks a Newspaper Month En tore i i as second-class mat- ter at I he post oitice at Bartlett, Toxas, under the act of March 3, 1870. Hae ou planted that war garden ? What Hart'.ott needs is enter- prises! hat employ men, thereby drawing capital. Lets not de- pend entirel "ii the farming interest-. Build lactones. No man or hoy has an excuse for loalmg now. If they won't work willingly, liey ought to be made to do so. Feed is too high to dish out to r. non-pro.lucer. Exchange. The resolution against teach- ng German in the public schools f Texas, was voted down by the ouse Friday morning, after a ontinuation of the debate upon the topic which has been had in- termi...

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

"Hfn T.J.'i'f"jj ejpt'TWTjSjIKipTI fw" ,t9PT f If,., ' t T r-w 5 W i? i; 1 v; k ; i & A, '! tl.' -. f . j f. Ifa '.,, if" hW f,i " i '' .it. VsM .444.ftHll',v,M,444''i"' What the Red Cross of Jarrcll Has Done nnd is Doing. LUMBER is going higher after the war. Looks like build- ing NOW is the one best plan. FA1RCI1ILD LUMBER CO. D. D. FAIRCHILD, JR., Manager PHONE NO. Biirllett and Schwcrtner 4.r.HS"w4H'Mw"'W''!"HHl discipline of the men of the camp quite thoroughly, -o- -o- -o-Several thousand new men from all parts of fa.'exas and Oklahoma have arrived in Camp Travis and are now undergoing the process of being enteied up- on the insurance, allotment, service record, clothing slip qualification and designation blanks, not to mention a dozen , and one others that cover the I soldier put them on he could not DIVISION PUBLICITY OFFICE o NINETIETH DIVISION, o Camp Travis. March 9th, 1918. That the American soldier will get the chance to fight out his quarrel with the Hun in the ope...

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

t 15he TRIBUNE and NEWS R. F. Catcs, Editor and Owner Entered as second-class mat- ter at the post office at Bartlett, Texas, under the act of March 3, 1879. Subscription, $1.00 Per Year. Published Friday of Each Week 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, MARCH 15. In a message to the legisla- ture, Governor Hobby submitted for consifleration, changes in the election laws of the state. Those male civilians who are not satisfied with the Food Ad- ministration's rations, have the option of trying army or navy "chuck" for awhile. Uncle Sam has a reputation for feeding his men liberally. The eating houses should be careful that they dovnot violate Food Administration's rules and when they do comply with them, let their patrons be very sure that they do not "knock" on them. Disloyalty does not run in one channe...

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

C V ?r- ?T ' r 5w m w , ;, iu n -.. F?T , M " Al-"., "')! ' .f r We feature here the best styles at the lowest prices MRS.E Bartlett, LOCALS AND PERSONALS Alpenkrauter at Nowotny's. All kinds of flowers at Theo. Schawe. Mrs. G. A. Server is visiting j her son in Dallas. ' j Easter Lillies, Geraniums, ' Ferns, etc., at Schawe's. I T , r, i 5:i. i ik., John Zapalac visited relatives m Lagrange this week. FORSALE-Good fresh milk , o Tr.i, TTf cow. See Jack Felton. B. A. Condra of Jan-ell was a Bartlett visitor Thursday. Just received car load of young mules. Frank Overby. was a Barilott victor "today. lJlant Sale and all Kinds oi 'blooming plants at Schawe's. J. T. Stewart left tobay for San Antonio to visit a few days. J FOR SALE God Jersey milch ; Cov, fresh. Wade McGinnis. Mrs. I. Gold and little daugh ter visited in Taylor this week. Mr. J. V. Mori-is has returned from, a business, trip to Laredp. Chas. Bartles is in Waco this week serving on the Federal Jury. Corley Rowntree left ...

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

J, ' ulu I Jumes Pinkney Scales t Have You Tried Our New Luncheonette? We have installed this for our patrons, who at times would like to have a sandwitch, oysters and coffee, tea, chocolate or milk or other light luncheon specials. This service we feel sure will meet with the approval of many of our, patrons and we want you to take advantage of it. Leathersnasi Drug Company Quality and Service Hjmwmawymimi LOCALS AND PERSONALS Adolph Hempel and family, of Georgetown, were here Monday. "Knights of the Square Ta- ble". Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Hairston have moved back to the farm. Mrs. E. S. Thompson and Chil- dren were in Cameron this week on a visit. Mrs. Jennings, of Oklahoma, is here to visit her sister, Mrs. Dee Stockton. HERBINE cures constipa tion and re-establishes regular bowel movements. Price 50. Sold by Leatherman Drug Co. "Knights of the Square Ta- "Knights of the Square Ta- ble". Bob Thompson is now ready to grind your corn and guaran- tees satisfaction. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Whi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 15 March 1918

( tt,V ffiJ- && IV u Be prepared, you should order your Easter suit now. Our line of samples is complete, our prices, are "reasonable. We invite your inspec- tion. Our cleaning, pressing and al- terations are first class in every respect. Texas Tailoring Co. Bring Us Your Junk and Get Our Money. Spot Cash Paid for Scrap Iron, Rnbber and Junk of every description. Auto Tires, Inner Tubes, Copper, Brasa, Lead, Zinc, Rags, Bones, Sacks, (large and small.) Uncle Som needs these things, so bring them in and turu them into cash while you can. Q. RAMSAIER BARRETT, TEXAS PMrw" GIVING OR SELLING LIQUOR UNLAWFUL. Austin, Tex., March 7. Fol- lowing is the text of the bill pro- hibiting the sale or gift of intox- icants to men in the uniform of the military or naval service of the United States. This bill has been passed by both houses and senate and is ready for the signature of the governor: An act to prohibit the pur- chase or procuring for, or the nnlo mff nv rlolivorv in nnv nfv- s...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 15 March 1918

WWjWp! tWf" "'"yiEn , X , . ''imw oo 0 0 0 00 0 00 ! , I 0 RED CROSS NOTES o 1 I O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 During the month of Feb- ruary, with an average daily at tendance of 12, we have made Birthday Party. On the afternoon of March 11 quite a number of little friends mot at the home of Mi, and Mrs. A. F. Taylor in honor of their little daughter, Holen's birth- day. After enjoying many fas- 3,318 bandages of various kinds jcinating games they were'iiivi- an average of 138 "'i bandages , "J" m uie cuning room wnerc ro- tlaily. ' freshments of punch and cake The Red .Cross wants fcathor . were served, while enjoying the ambulance pillows, not largo , music of the Victrola. ones, but small ones, only 15x19 ! The dining room Was deeorat- inches without slips. Wont you ert ior the occasion, and all look donate one? There are hun- dreds of feather beds in this community from' which a hand- ful of feathers would never be missed, but which would add comjfort to somb Airerican sol- dier. Send us ...

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

!3W -nrkfff j m ft-Wf ryipjF? $-" AND NEWS GATES, Editor and Prop. BARTLETT WLLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDAY, MARCH, 22, 1918. $1.00 Year. VOL. XXXII. No. 41 "W,1 .,TrT'f?1prpH f-"' '"rw?i""!ti?wj75m,!5wn5 - .11 r IV JAIL FOR TOO IITCH UNLYOAL TALK. MISSISSIPPI LEGISLATURE i FOUR KILLED WHEN MAKE STATE BONE-DRY. ' TRAIN STRUCK AUTO. Ion, Tex., March 19. This jig, about 10 o'clock, Sher- Iijrh Smith arrested op Fell, of Temple, on a charge Isloyal and unpatriotic re- Is concerning the govorn- of the United States. iell was immediately plac- jail and is now being held lis understood that FretweH to a local restaurant he was served and dur- Shat time he is alleged to bemeaned the government laving its meatless days and lave said other things derog- fy to the government. He claimed that there was no of the Americans fighting 'Germany could" whip them lout any trouble, so it is ted. fhe proprietor of the restau- It immediately called the at- Ition of the sheriff's depart- it to the matter...

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

v i i ' w 1 T5he TRIBUNE and NEWS R. P. Gates, Editor and Owner Entered as second-class mat- ter at the post office at Bartlett, Texas, under the act of March St 1879.. i Subscription, $1.00 Per Year. I Published Friday of Each Week Pour Weeks a Newspaper Month Advertising Rales Display, per inch 15c Reading Notices per line 10c Prof nrrnrl "Pnaifinn Tim in. 9Kp Special rates on contracts for more tnan l.uuu incnes to be used in 12 months. Snmn nnnnlo eonm tn fhin that when they have accumlilat - ed a little bank account and have voted for some pet fad they have "got ridden." Well, they, have; but the religion they've cot lacks ,i lot of bninr Chris- tiamty. West News The Beli county grand Jury made its final report March 12, and -was discharged. The re port showed that they returned four misdemeanors and twenty - seven felonies. Since the grand jury reconvened on March 4, it has returned twenty-four bills of felonies and one for misde- meanor. The young ladies of Cameron, Texas, ha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 22 March 1918

. m ir-! i ) ' l'1 . r J w J51 ;a pv. 'rX tg,tt.HHi,Wf444hM'4" pfiLL TAX PAYMENTS IN "WILLIAMSON COUNTY. LUMBER is going higher after the war. Looks like build- ing NOW is the one best plan. " Letter From Soldier Boy. Paris Island, S.'C. Below are the poll tax pay-"ir-" f ' i0?! i w 1UA' monts in Williamson county for , Do?r "nd Jri??:- 191G and 1917, which will prove' . "'" y.l ""- VUU,K' ,.r interesting, showing a decrease lmes foniht as l have a. . n of 88 for 1317 over 1916 : tim to spare now, and will tell inia 1nir somje of my experiences in the Leandqr 132 Georgetown 294 Berry's Creek 120 Cedar Park 20 FAIRCHILD LUMBER CO. D. D.' FAIRCHILD JR.) 'Manager PHONE NO. 3 Bartlett and Schwertncr wlft$MMllfrMHHJMM$lt4" " J. WOTW3KK,fc V!hJJ!-?TBaa SSTOfl v tftaaKTOKREII &V SSMH r&A jstssm X r w j-fl-J '-. 'ii.H.M Pond Springs 25 Liberty Hill 189 Gabriel Mills 45 Rock House 66 , J Florence ,345 Gravis 42 Jarrell v 222 Akes Schol House 43" Circleville 88 Granger 537 Gano 51 Bea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 22 March 1918

-. "' "ni.. !.w,-, .,.,..iiinimfi1mi.i.ifi.,' , T-V...,'.,.'..'-l.li-LIJ:;l1.. ' " i ;", m ;m .. "" TRIBUNE and NEWS R. F. Cates, Editor and Owner Entered as second-class mat- ter at the post office at Bartlett, Texas, under the act of March & 1879. Trustee Election Notice, Subscription, $1.00 Per Year. Published Friday of Each Week Four Weeks a Newspaper Month FRIDAY, MARCH 23. Aro you attending the revival Meeting Mighty good recrea- tion spiritually. and one from. Commissioners' Precinct No. 4. These county trustees are elected by the pa- trons of the various school dis- tricts in the precincts. The next teachers' examinations will be held April 5th and 6th, at the. "There are three classes of, court house. There is a great people: those who talk about demand now for trained teach- themselves: those who talk ers and many applicants are about others and those who talk expected to take the examinn- Talk is abundant and cheap, but the right kind of talk is rare and expensive. Th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 22 March 1918

)1-WW ""? '(7 ' - - T5i rr "WpwrWK TJW"' ' "W "V J 'mni'T-'. Sjiqr-- yjgR I It1 p r- tor f ,v li ' H - j 'I tf ''I '- m LOCALS AND PERSONALS A. F. Czarowitz is'n'ome on a visit to his family. Coming soon, "Thd Knights of the Square Table." Mrs. F. J. LeBlanc is visiting in Rockdale this week. Miss Pearl Bolding visited relatives in Taylor Wednesday. Coming ,soon, "Th Krfigh'ls of the Square Table." ft (K Mr. J. T. Stewart Ts Mil San Antohio on a visit to relatives. , Coming soon, "The"Kn'ights of the Square Table." FOR RENT Four jroomr house .close in. See JohnVaugh. Coming soon, "The Knights of the Square Table." A.C. A. Braun .was a business .visitor to Jarrell Tuesday. Bring your sacks andgget ,Good No. 2 Oats at Rowntree Br0S' ' lu)V - Bring your sacks and get Good No. 2 Oats at Rowntree Bros. , p ; Mrs. Bud Hams, ofr Temple, 1 is visiting Joe Bridges afTdfam- - ily this week. Mrs. Will Green, of San An- tonio, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bridges this week. Miss Alma Beckma...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 22 March 1918

Have You Tried Our New Luncheonette? We have installed this for our patrons, who at times would like to have a sandwitch, oysters and coffee, tea, chocolate or milk or other light luncheon specials. This service we feel sure will meet with the approval of many of our patrops and we want you to take advantage of it. Leatherman Drug Company Quality and Service LOCALS AND PERSONALS Mj. Theo Schawe visited in Temple Friday. ( m Mayor Allen was in Austin Saturday on business. Ford Alcus, of Granger, was a Bartlett visitor Tuesday. E. T. Jones was attending to business"in Austin Tuesday. W. B. Denson of Granger was here Monday on business. Mr. D. C. Burkes of Belton was a Bartlett visitor Tuesday. Mr. Chas. Adams received a card Saturday tfrom his son, Mr. D. S. Isaac, of San Gabri el was here Friday on business. Private Harvey Adams, an- nouncing his safe arrival over the sea Mr. andtMrsJ. C. Foster of Jarrell, were Bartlett visitors Monday. Mr. J. Schwartz of Hamilton county Was here th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 22 March 1918

r. wrT V!17 p f A 'ft frljtl T , f h i -o- o o o o oo When all nature changes clothes. Why not you? 2,000 nobby new samples to select from. At $1 2.5 0 to $75.00 Per Snit Fit and Satisfaction Guaranteed. We do all kinds of Cleaning, Press- ing and Repairing that satisfies, give us a trial. Why wear shabby, baggy clothes when you can wear nicely pressed clothes for 50c. TRY US j Texas Tailoring Co. Constable Resigns. The Commissioners Court of Williamson county at its regu- lar -session accepted tfie resigna- tion of D. McLaughlin as con- stable of precinct No. 2, and ap pointed H. T. Denson to fill the unexpired term. FOR SALE God Jersey milch Cow, fresh. Wade McGinnis. Plant Sale and all kinds of blooming plants at Schawe's. I To The I .American People 1 x a 4 There is no foundation for the alleged violations of law attributed to our 'Com- pany" by agents of the Federal, Trade Commission and I want to say emphatic- ally that Swift & Company is riot a'party to any conspiracy to ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 22 March 1918

'Tfi . r VJ? " ;- YP J "Tn ' "5.v ' Sw ,.'vy!4iWWto' ggaggiiaiial: ' - ' ' ' - o Every Part of this store is budding with crisp New Spring Merchandise. Easter is almost here, you knowand just as nature blossoms out in her new spring robe of green, you must also renew your wardrobe. This season we have .made unusual happy selections and now invite you -and want you to come and enjoy the beautiful displays. NOTE THE EXCEEDINGLY INTERESTING AN Monday Special Brown Sheeting, standard make, worth 45 per yard, on next Mon- day only at ' 35 cents (Only 10 yards to a customer) Monday Special Advertiser Bleached Domestic, worth 25c, on next Monday only, at 15 cents (Only 10 yards to a customer) D SPECIAL PRICES TO BE IN EFFECT ONLY ON CERTAIN DAYS Dresses, Waists and Skirts All replete with springtime spirit of freshness; all styled in the modes now highest in my Iadys' favor, and all priced on a broad basis of real economy. MEN'S NEW HATS Easter is upon us and you must have that New Hat. We...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 29 March 1918

HJ11 :t'"'-4' fjSp -ppwj V I T ' t .' 'A 4-' l . 1 --I tr' AND NEWS IA R. P. GATES, Editor and Prop. . BARTLETT WLLIAMSON COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY, MARCH, '29, 1918. A $1.00 Year. VOL. XXXII. tf0.42 - i',p k 3 -KirV"1 "rW ' V$ flPjflS" It.' EXTIIA SESSION OF LEGISLATURE ENDS. Austin;, Tex., March 27. The fourth called soslon of the Thirty-fifth legislature becifme history at 11:51 a. m. today, when it adjourned sine die. During the thirty days' session approximately 150. bills were en- acted including a number of war measures. Chief among the measures on Governor W. P. Hfobby's war program for 'the enactment of which he called the legislature body tcgether is the ten-mile prohibition, zone bill around camps of military in'struction. This law bcontes effective April 15 and banishes saloons from the greater part of the state. LOYALTY PICNIC TO BE GIVEN APRIL 10TII. Thursday morning about for- ty of Bartlett's business men and citizens met and perfected arrangements for a big loyalty picn...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 29 March 1918

T5he TRIBUNE and NEWS R. P. Catcs, Editor and Owner Entered as second-class mat- ter at the post office at Bartlett, Texas, under the act of March 3, 1879. ENFORCEMENT OF LAW. Subscription, $1.00 Per Year. Published Friday of Each Week 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, MARCH 29. Everything that man ever made or invented has been im- proved upon. Under the law enacted by the present special session of the Legislature bootlegging is made a felony and conviction of the offense carries with it a penal ty of two years or more in the peniteniary. While ignorance of the law is no excuse for its violation, the fact should bo borne in mind THE BLOOD CALL Liberty means responsibility. That is why most men dread it. G. B. Shaw. Silence at the proper season is better than wisdom, and bet- ter than any speech. Pluta...

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