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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 29 March 1918

"- w ( f :,i ,'iV ' V ' Painting is Insurance THE cost of painting a home with Dcvoe House paint may properly be regarded as a small ' premium paid for a policy of insurance against de- cay and deterioration. Practically every owner in- sures his residence and other buildings against fire, but it is authoritatively stated that "the annual loss through lack of paintingis greatar than the loss by fire." Pointing not only protects your property against such loss, but it alsa beautifies the surroundings, and in case of sale, it materially enhances the value of the entire property. Thus it will be seen that the small initial cost involved by painting is more than offset by the in- creased value of the property ,tand the greater satisfaction given all around. Paint, Build, Repair for Thrift's Sake LEWIS L. JONES FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY. MUTUAL LUMBER CO. BARTLETT, TEXAS. SAYS LAW PROHIBITS FISH- ING NOW IN MEDINA. In reply to many queries on the matter of the law governing the catching of fis...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 29 March 1918

x. ' iiTTrirmwiinujj-H CMraHnursunffiM3iw IMOIIIMWUM IDIUKOIM oo o o o o o o o"kt vmBk " t! For the Coming Week 2 pound cans Green Beans 5c 1 gallon cans Dill Pickles 65c 3 pound cans Fancy Tomatoes 15c 2 pound cans Kraut, 2 for 25c Watch this column for bargains, it will save you money. Every- thing we sell guaranteed or your money refunded. NIGRO T e Spot Cash Grocery House, Bartlett Texas U?e TRIBUNE! and NEWS It. F. Crates, 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 ( FRIDAY, MARCH 29. Don't forget the school trus- tee election in April. Over 300 saloons will close in San Antonio, when the zone dry- law goes into effect, April 15. Not an emotion that ever nestled in the human heart but is most faithfully pictured in the word of God. - There is nothing more to be esteemed than a manly firm- ness and decision of character. Hazlitt. Sincerity is ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 29 March 1918

" T Mebane Cotton Seed. NEW MILLINERY For sale at $1.50 per bushel. Apply to G. A. JESSIE, (3t) ' Bartltl, Texas. o Mules for Sale. o . u. W sJL I f --i i. . For I Easter. Mrs. C. P. Hawkins, LOCALS AND PERSONALS W. M. Heitman te recovering from a ten days' seige of fever. Coming soon, "The- Knights of the Square Table." Johnnie Overby visited at Salado Saturday Car Cotton' Seed Hulls on track. LAWRENCE BROS. Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Irvin vis- ited in Temple Wednesday. - Mr. Wm. Brannigan was in Austin Tuesday on business. Dr. W. J. Harlan returned Monday from a week's visit to Houston. ' Bring your sacks and get ,Good No. 2 Oats at Rowntree Bros. - Mrs. May Hodge, of Wiscon- sin, is visiting Mr. and 'Mrs. J. M. Allen.' Born, to JMr. and" Mrs. A. R. Grosse, Thursday, March 27, a fine boyv ,Mrs. Joe Knight, accompan- ied by her father, Mr. Harry Moore, jind brother, Pat Moore, visited in San Antonio the past week. . H. L. Kunz and Otto Ka- uitzsch and families left yester day for Hamilton...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 29 March 1918

M;v,7 '"W r n yir"nj- r I If your nerves need nourishment and your system callsEfor new strength, nothing will help you quicker than PENSLAR Dynamic Tonic This nerve tonic consists of the most highly recommended nerve foods,, such as potassium, calcium and magnesium, phosphates, quinine- hydrochloride and iron-citro-phosphate. The ex- act formula is on the label for your protection. Won't you at least give it a chance to con- vince you of its merits? We are selling it continually to our most discriminating patrons and they endorse it highly. We have had an opportunity to see just what Penslar Dynamic Tonic can do for those whose nerves are run down, and we recommend it very highly. Penslar Dynamic Tonic comes in two sizes, 75c and $1.50. Leathermao Drug Company Quality and Service LOCALS AND PERSONALS Six Herrings for 25c at No- wotny's. "Knights of the Square Ta- ble", Monday, April 1st. Jim Melton of Granger, Route 4, has our thanks for'anual dues. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Cating visit- ed...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 29 March 1918

"1 kVi. w S 1 n t"? r i & " H1- ' toriV ...'' 'i' sfW y y -t BOYS AT CAMP TRAVIS EX- PRESS PATRIOTISM IN FOLLOWING LETTER. BELL COUNTY FAIR TO EXTEND ITS SCOPE. Tho Bell County Fair Associ- ation held an enthusiastic meet- ing Friday afternoon, and de- cided, definitely, on extending Text of Woman Suffrage Law. It is requested by the boys who are already in tho service to have the following published in our old home town paper: CJnn Ant.nnin. Tnvns. 4-V n itllVM II . u- - I u a a mt T r March 17, 1918. i w,w ,I,,,,,B wm 1" uhchuhk- As the time is passing and we'"1'" b?mc ", n Z" receive letters from our loved tral 1(xas fair, and when the ones and friends, we constantly dates for the next fair have think of those dear friends who rolled round it is tho intention encourage us in wearing the thnt it shnn be mado lhe big umfornt It makes us fee 1 centrnl Texas event. Falls, Mi- proud very much to know that , WiiIiamSon) Burnet, Lam- wo are the able bo bed young c d McLennan men who...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 29 March 1918

First Methodist Church. m i ja&w for next;week, APRIL 1st TO APRIL 6th. Libby's Catsup, Pints, Regular ' 30c, per bottle, - - (Limit 2 Bottles to a customer.) "Lotus" Brand Fancy Sweet Wrinkled Peas, Very fine."Regu- lar 25c, per can - - 1 2 2 C (Limit 4 cans to a customer,) Prunes, 80-90s,v Regular 12Jl-2c fijer lb. -I- 10c . , (Limit 25 lbs to a'customarJH k','1 70 THE GERSBACH-WACKER CO. For Flotorial Representative. Mr. W. S. Dillingham of Briggs, was in the city this Week in the interest of his can- didacy for flotorial representa- tive of Burnet and Williamson Counties, and authorized the Tribune to place his name in its announcement column. Mr. Dillingham is one of Bur- net County's progressive farm- ers, and has resided in that county practically all of his life. He is qualified to serve the peo- ple in his district and will do what he believes to be honest, regardless of public opinion. He wants your vote and in- fluence ill the coming primar- Knights of the "Square Tab...

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

TWJ ( . . V3 dfe V V i ii rv. , ..; s - SMPH W W yw W J&&tobatl "T . e R. P. GATES, Editor and Prop. FARMER ARRESTED FOR . DISLOYALTY AT TAYLOR. The first alleged violation of alien enemy and loyalty enact- ments to be reported in William son County since the beginning CHAUTAUQUA COMING TO BARTLETT MAY. 16-22. The Bartlett Chautauqua be- gins May 16 and lasts 6 days. Mr. Oliver Cook, General Man ager of the circuit, was here of the nresent world wide war! Thursday to tell the comlmitteo was Friday when William! Belz, about the program and to help an aged farmer living live miles tnemi organize lor tne worK. AND NEWS - -rr:-.-- - rr-r-rrrzr-- . . ,-..- '. , , ' .. . jKL . $1.00 Year, jr VOL. XXXII. No. 43 -.... "777'"-''--'"'-'""''Mi-'w"wiwwwwiiyiiiiiiuw IWIllWUJMMMX . 'ff .. BARTLETT WLLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDAY, APRIL, 5, 1918. .. . .. t - ! I ! Hlllll WIWI linifllt ! T ! M HI I I , FIRST AID CLASS , COMPLETES ITS WORK. southwest of Taylor, was arres- tedby Constable Lou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 5 April 1918

Tl IWjl " V I i She TRIBUNE ami MAS For District Attorney. It. F. CalC'., Kd.UM and Owner Kntereu a, ti v at the p ti us, urn'f v 3. 1879. . I O'll lass mat- i oi u at liarllctt, I Ik act of March tuibsrription, SI. 00 Per In this issue of our naner will bo found the announcement o$ John E. Shelton. our District Attorney , as a candidate for ie- rkction to that position, for his second term. He does not come to the peo- ple of this conuty at this time a stv:rtpiei but as one of their public officials, who has sought Year, to merit their confidence and gain their approval by doing his I' 'Wished 1 ndav of Each Week duty in an ble, fearless and .- ! conscientious manner. FRIDAY, APRIL 5TH. Are you doing your "bit" in the Third Liberty Loan Cam- paign ? What the world needs today, is more internal rather than ex- ternal religion. Help your merchant to win the war by saving him so much delivery of goods. Take them home with you. There should be co-operation ahd not competition among our...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 5 April 1918

THE DIGEST GIVEN OP ' THE LOYALTY ACT. Following is a brief digest of the new statute defining and providing a punishment for dis- loyalty. -It was enacted by the legislature at the extra session and is now in full force and ef- fect: Any person who, when the United States is at war, uses language concerning the United States, or its entry or continu ance in the war, or concerning the armed forces of the United States, or its flag, or the uni- form of anrfy officers, which is disloyal or abusive, and calcu lated to bring the same into dis- repute, or is calculated to pro- voke a In-each of the peace, is guilty of a felony. Any person who, when the United States is at war, writes or prints, in any manner or any language, any of the things de- nounced as unlawful in the first section, is guilty of a felony. Any person who, publicly or privatly multilates, defaces, de- files, defies, tramps uflon or in any way casts contempt upon the United States or of any of its officers, is guilty o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 5 April 1918

T K6e TRIBUNE IMMORAL MEN. and NEWS It. F. Cfttes, 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 FRIDAY, APRIL 5TH. In the city election, at Hol- land,, Col. Finley was elected .mayor and Newt Harmon marshal. In the city election, at Grang- er, Tuesday, Mayor Sam! Davis was re-elected and Rush Denson Was elected marshal. The prompt mobilizing of the idlers and loafers in this State ought to be undertaken at once. These parties should be made to go to Work and help support their families. Brenham Banner-Press. The First Methodisth church of Georcreown. adonted a reso- ( lution indorsing the movement for a union of the Methodist Church, South, and the Meth- odist Church, North. This is probably the first public formal action taken by any Methodist church in Texas on the subject. I just read where Victor Moore says it will soon be im- possible for immor...

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

TOw- jp i '" tr i War Savers Are Life Savers Every cent you invest in New War Saving Stamps helps to shorten the war helps to save a life. N These $5.00. War Saving Stamps the "Baby Bonds" can now be bought for $4.13. The interest on them amounts to 4 per cent compounded quarterly a splendid investment for the person of limited means. We- have these War Saving Stamps for you. Come in today and become a United States Bond-holder. You can Begin purchasing these Stamps by paying as little as 25 cents if you so desire. NIGRO CO Spot Cash Grocery House, Bartlett Texas m LOCALS AND PERSONALS Grover Kuler visited in Thorn- dale Sunday. Robt. Rowfctree was in- Waco Tuesday on business. FOR SALE. Two Fords, and one Buick, at; a bargain. See 'Rowntree Bros. , at Airr ni jtt- - Will Barton, the"fccd and seed man", of Holland, was here Wednesday on a short visit. Mrs. Cole, of Dalhart, is here1 on a visit to her brother, Jack Felton, and other relatives.' Turn to last page and read our ad. Barg...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 5 April 1918

Jfl 8 Once again the American people are to have an opportunity to show their colors they are either for or against the government in its war policy. They will either do their part in loaning the government money on Liberty Bonds, or will shirk all responsi- bility and will pull for the Germans to whip us. There is no middle ground in the financial part of the war. Not a single reason is to be presented why a person should refuse to loan money at good in- terest on Government Bonds. Every man in this community is going to be personally canvassed and given an opportunity to aid his country in this urgent call. Don't shirk. Remember, the folks are getting your number now arid it is going to stick to you as long as you live. EARL STRAUSS, Chairman J. N. HOLDEN W. J. HENRY A. B. .CONNER A. MOORE G. T. MOORE CHAS. WHITLOW J. S. WHITE CHAS. BOLDING H. W. WACKER This space is contributed and paid for by the' RST NATIONAL BANK OF SCHWERTNEfl, TEXA illS AND PERSONALS TORN To Mr. and Mrs. Her...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 5 April 1918

BgiEEttMnk.i2W9f.li,Mt V,: mmmmmmmmMm: mmssi V' ty Painting is Insurance - THE cost of painting a home with Devoe House paint may properly be regarded. as a small premium paid for a policy of insurance against de- cay and deterioration. Practically every owner in- sures his residence and other buildings against fire, but it is authoritatively staled that "the annual loss through lack of painting is greatar than the loss by fire." Painting not only protects your properly against such loss, but it also beautifies the surroundings, and in case of sale, it materially enhances the value of the entire properly. Thus it will be seen that the small initial cost involved by painting is more than offset by the in- creased value of the property and the greater satisfaction given all around. Paint, Build, Repair for Thrift's Sake ORGANIZE WAR SAVINGS SOCIETY AT BARTLETT. MUTUAL BARTLETT, TEXAS. A. R. GROSSE, Mgr. BELTON HAS A RED CROSS AUCTION SALE. Belton, Tex., March 30. The ladies of the Bel...

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

GOOD ROAD WORK PROGRESSING FINE. Committees "For Loyalty Day. P A R A D E Bob Kowntroe, chairman; Hugh Smith, Loo 0. Allon and Mrs. Walton. RECEPTION D. D. Fair Belton,, March 31. If any person is doubtful as to good rnnri wnvlr frninr rsn in Prill ., bU'b WWII, W-... AAWA A-T A. A !.- county they should go out on 'child, chairman, Stanton Allon, the Prairie Doll road to George-! J. V. Morris, E. M. Wilson, town, or the Dog Ridg6 road Frank Lindemann, Frank Cates, wejst of this city or the Moffat Bon Wacker, Rev. H. A. McCar- air lino road. Commissioner , ty, Rov. C. W. Irvin, Rev. W. Pink Denman has eighty-seven W. Woodson, Rev. Kattner, W. wagons hauling gravel on these L. Stokes, Carlie Rowntree, F. three roads and in addition to II. Leslie, Dr. Bcckmnn J. C. tliat there are about twenty . Laughlin, 0. E. Faubion, Ed. other teams engaged in prcpar- -Lawrence, J. M. .Allen," C. C. ing the road bed on these Bailey, D. Johiison,Gus Linde- routes. s man. The Prairie Doll road has now...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 12 April 1918

i i a AND NEWS v ft. F. dATES, Editor and Prop. BARTLETT WLLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDAY, APRIL, 12, 1918. $1.00 Year. ' VOL. XXXII. " No 44', ii i.i u iiiiBiiiii i-rBTrrrminiiiMiBininiiiTiiTi-T-rrrTrii --'11111 " imMmwiiiiMiiiiwiiiB miiwiiiii.il. mnr iii.j. ji 7 IkJ: A & I tv h P !' "F ' CYCLONE DAVIS TO SPEAK IN BAttTLETT. ,Next Simtlay aftornoon, at .1 p. m., Cyclono Davis, It man whom wo all know by reputa- Uon, if not personally, will Speak at the Methodist church. Many of us have hoard him speak and will bo glad to hour him again as he is a great speak- er, filled with fire and fun, be keeps his audience in a constant uproar. Mr. Davis comes in, the interest of ' the Anti-Saloon caguo, to toll of the great vic- tory won and the work yet ahead to make it a complete success. Everyone who is in favor of prohibition should- hear Mr. Davis Sunday afternoon, and become enlightened on the. next move to be expected from the backers of the whiskey traffic. W. B. Lambert, a man who ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 12 April 1918

WJjWBBOi She- TRIBUNE WOMEN TO BEGIN TO REGISTER ON JUNE 27TH. RETAIL DISTIUBUT1WN JWMWUlCTWt mtmtm i..m.MiM?,Mijiii.n.m.l.. imi.mm.1 ii.i..iiiii n, ijjuh.m, it E I-, nnd NEWS K. P. Catos, Editor and Owner Entered as second-cla38 mat- ter at the post office at Bartlett, Texas, under Iho act of March J 1S7D. Subscription. SI. 00 Per Year. Published I'riday of Each Week Pour 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 Hsed In 12 months. APRIL 12 If you saved a slice a day, eat cornbread and save a loaf. The merchants of Flatonio have agreed to turn over thoir jflour 300 barrels to ment. That's fair surjnijHnfi 'WlFs A near yoif iW6flMuypQl QTt PirifritbitriiP" --sHey fc-a ttLaK rwasffYttHMBuSHDli " i nas or y enough for ute to say what you are, but much about you thrift card stick- k m. .cinaaiii'JIfltfliSW ? aarxr . ti bjii uxvur'Mft' ".' JX...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 12 April 1918

v IXp'f "' If- V : h. ' wmK mm- . iS', yl ftp JVjf " irr. " ,-.. ,11 i, .-,. ;.- -; JMT. , ' '- I fjff - ..- .A F k'l W. K'v s" M U- ' -i.r - lv ' ' ,' bSh' -" ."v HL .'. FORMER BELL COtfNTY DOCTOR SERVES U. S. Dr. W. L. Crosthwaite, of Wa- co, who, sovoral months ago, was commissioned as a captain in the Medical Corps of the United States Army, and as- signed to service in Chicago, has been transferred to Camp Mc- Arthur, where his headquarters will remain for the present. The doctor is a noted brain specialist and his sphere of duty will be in the section of brain surgery in the arm'y hospitals. By accepting the commission he temporarily sacrifices a most lu- crative private practice. Dr. Crosthwaite is a former resident of Bell conuty and up to four years ago was in the prac- tice at Holland moving from there to Waco. He is well and favorably known in Temple, Where he possesses nurnerous friends. Temple Mirror. o Death of Dr. S. J. Jones. Dr. S. J. Jones, for many years a leading...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 12 April 1918

'jt v 3f5?Mi Hs,f" ')'' A .fcjflX ."'iiAr?'"i""i i; bRMHMfiUMi I FOR THE WEEK Compound Lard per pound - - 25c 2 pound cans Sweet Potatoes 2 for 25c. Kraut 2 for ------- 25c Irish Potatoes per bushel - - $1.25 10 pounds Italian Bayou Beans - $1.00 3 pound cans Hominy three for - 25c V. 1MIGRO & CO. Spot Gash Grocery House, Bartlett Texas 15he TRIBUNE and NEWS ji.. wwiu Editor and Owner Jd'second-class mat ter a&HiB cost office at Bartlett. "' Texas, lender the act of March fck'5 T ,j T1MR Kj'arar Eas 'qr ;, nt, PRIK12 , Sgh trices are bettef than- ma reace. -rr i Bjfcbn yausave- may Sve a APRIL NAMED AS A POTATO MONTH. i The' mpnth of April is the nVonth of potatoes. This is the edict of the Federal Food Ad- ministrator for Texas and it is made not because the Food Ad- ministrator wants to be arbitra- ry in the matter of appetites but because there is a surplus of 90,000,0000 bushels of potatoes in the United States and of this amount fifty cars or 2,000,000 pounds are spoili...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 12 April 1918

.ftVtf' M 'U,Jv J.' v-n -. it.".',: , . .'; I. i'f . B ' H:v fe' Cpttor li F . '!!, Sal1 KiWIV iKflslR k Closing out my Rice Sfraw ul at $15.00. S. II. Hopkins'. Mrs. .Too Matthews is visit- ing relatives in Burnet. BORN To Mr. and Mrs."Rufe Huskey, a girl. " BORN- To Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bigon, a girl. Closing out my Rice Straw at at $15.00 S. H. Hopkins. ' BORN To Mr; and Mrs. Will Speiglehaur, a boy. L. Havclka has purchased a now Buick Six car. . r . Don't forget the song recital at Crescent Theatre, Wednesday night, 17th, benefit Red Cross.? Salt for stock "at low prices. . Farmers' Mercantile Company, s Sqliwertner. ,. Miss Clara Albers left this week for Belleville, where she will mke her home. Mr. .1. S. M,cCarty, of Dallas, . Was here this week on a visit tahis daughter, Mrs. Forrester. Mjrs. E. M. Wilson underwent an' operation, yesterday, in a Temple institute for surgery. I have a few tons of Rice : Straw at $15.00. S. H. Hopkins. Ed. Coleman, of Algora, was here, last wee...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 12 April 1918

tl, -ff , 8 Nl HM Once again the American people are to have an opportunity to show their colors they are either for or against the government in its war policy. They will either do their part in loaning the government money on Liberty Bonds, or will shirk all responsi- bility and will pull . for the Germans to whip us, There is no middle ground in the financial part of the war. Not a single reason is to be presented why a person should refuse to loan money at good in- terest on Government Bonds. Every man in this community is going to be personally canvassed and given an opportunity to aid his country in this urgent call. Don't shirk. ' Remember, the folks are getting your number now and it is going to stick to you as long as you live. J. N. HOLDEN W. J. HENRY A. B. CONNER - LOCALS AND PERSONALS L3 Ed. Lawrence was in Hous- ton Monday, on business. .Dr. W. J. Harlan was in Hills- ro this week, on business. A. M, ire Monday pn ousiness I Dr. M. R. Sharp of Granger is a Bartlett visi...

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