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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 17 May 1918

- 2?rpm"rv? UI ' . ! i tJ'' r f 1 ' T' TJ '!" ' himi M- ft' Recruits Every able-bodied man between the ages of fiftsen and ninety years is wanted at our store. We have a fine line of OVER- ALLS and WORK SHIMS that is sure to ENLIST your attention Join the ARMY of WELL- DRESSED working men buy your WORK clothes from us. itf,; Lawrence bros. V 15he and NEWS F. Gates, Editor and Owner Published Friday of Each Week Subscription, $1.00 Per Year. Entered as second-class mat- ter at the nost office at Bartlett, Texas, under tho act of March 1879.. . . 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, MAY 17TH. a With not less than 800,000 ballots to be cast in the demo- cratic primaries of Texas, July 27- means- that vp. wnnlri nnf. like! We'ob of being an election t) A recent issue of Life con- tained a cartoon entitled "Dia...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 17 May 1918

-.? ,ii iVi "w ' i . ii fort" mi . IV." k K' rfl-v. i?W.. &' LOCALS AND PERSONALS W. L. Stokes was on the sick list this week. Ed Scott, of Tulia, was here this week. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Schaoffer nre viseiting in LaGrange. ' Fl-eah Bologna Sausage for sac at Farmers' Mercantile Co,, SchWertenr. Mrs. R. B. Thompson and babe are visiting relatives at Carfiao Springs. Fruit Jars below market .val- ue, at Faimprs' Mercantile Co., Schwertner. .Mr. and Mrs. Dim'mitt Whit- low are spending a few1 days at Summers' Mill with friends. Syrup of all kind at low prices. Farmers' Mercantile Company, , Schwertnei. Don't forget to attend the .Chautauqua now going on at the Tabernacle. The little son of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Bolding is reported to be quite sick from diphtheria. Staple grade of Gingham' go- ing at 20c per yard. Farmers' Mercantile Co. Schwertner. Charles, the little son of Mr. .,and Mrs. Chas. Gillespje, is quite sick. J. L. Jones and family, of Rule, are visiting relatives at Davil...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 17 May 1918

!jjTOWi -WTT? p f ypfnp'wwrinp" E B i ti ty&MW Hi n n n n jMBBHPMtBamuiuiiwij.wHiiiil'iHwi iihimwh Jfuried Special Fruits FOR THE WEEK. An Expression Gratitude. Choice Peaches, per lb. Fancy Peaches " " Extra Fancy Peaches 10c W2c 15c H Fresh fruits and vegetables of all kinds our specialty. You will find the choicest selection of the coun- try at our store. H Exchange Your Produce for Groceries. NIG CO Spot Gash Grocery House, Bartlett Texas LOCALS AND PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. D. Zweig vis- ited in San Antonio this week. Oats 94c a hushel at Rown- tree Bros. .Don't -Forget the picture show. fcter than ever. its 94c a bushel at Rown- Bros. frank J LeBlanc was on the list this wee"k. its 94c a bushel at Rown- kros. kC. C. Cloud, of Temple, Bartlett visitor Monday. 2NT 4-Room residence, in. Cirover Kuier. Ii-lnr in vuttka Smithvillr Mr. and Mrs. D. K. Leather- man spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Leatherman, at Don- aho, and report a most pleasant day with the "old folks at home...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 17 May 1918

4 $ K' t f 41 V tovrwKWttjflr .' wrTPr CT""1""1 ' im M-iii .' .'!. '.'.' ..." !'' ...mm . i. m,mm.mi,m.aKm1. .,, ,, , , ..'.imi iu inn.,,,.,,..,,., in ., .uwimiimiwii,, mm,, jiiomji Miiiiii'iuji-U. MW w "'''""'"Mwiis'ssssssssssssJiSssssHsiiMwsaiBaissBiMasssassasBHsMssssirss HHp V! af net of mercy drawn through an ocean of unspeakable pain" Across the Seas They Call ACROSS the seas from every war-torn nation in the Allied cause there comes the call for Red Cross help. It comes from soldiers who have grimly faced the gleaming bayonet steel and poison gas and screaming shells, and who now lie with parching throats and throbbing wounds. It comes from soldiers sick with fever, pneumonia, tuberculosis. It comes from soldiers crippled, mutilated, blinded, who can no longer fight and must be taught and trained for useful occupations. It comes from the underfed, shivering, helpless prisoners in the German prison camps. It comes from little children, orphaned, home- less, slowly starving day ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 17 May 1918

W'" TTmm aMr . -w -r w;t. u-v ' VS SOCIAL IN HONOR OF LOCAL JEACHERS. First Baptist Church. On ThiivRtl&v evenimr. May S. r,i . lass soclf.1 was held in honor of Prof. Bnker nnd Miss Mor- Prof. Baker has faithfully mid' Ably taught the Loyal Son's unit Daughter's class at the Cen- tral Christian jchurch for the p,vt few months, and Miss Moi--g.m has been a member of the Ci.tHS. Prof. Baker and Miss Morgan will leave in a few days, for tli'ilr respective hom.es, hence tlu social in their honor. The above mentioned class has been highly honored during- the period of time, to which v,- have referred, inasmuch as two teachers have been in charge Mrs. J. W. Hightower has h.en the efficient teacher for quite a period of timp, but was vievented from coming regu- larly, hence the assistance of Prof. Baker. Mrs. Hightower v,-d8 an active participant in the ivdal function. The place of 'meeting was at the Manse, where dwells the fii3h preacher and his family. The home was beautifully dec-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 24 May 1918

vsfTPIWif?' . "7 m en AND NEWS R. F. CATES, Editor and Prop. BARTLETT WLLIAMSON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 24, 1918. $1.00 Year. VOL. XXXII. No. 50 u AH mitt IS KT IRENE D. PENN TAYLOR J Tircrm KTT.T.En IN ITALY. i y. H ' I; If if h 'J M . I' VJ s, r BARTLETT MAKES GOOD WILLIAMSON FARMERS ON RED CROSS DRIVE. BUY SOME FINE STOCK. Rome,. Italy, May 21 Avia- tion Cadet Eugene D. Penn, was killed at Goggia this afternoon. He was flying at an altitude of 1,200 yards when the propeller of his airplane broke. His mother, Mrs. R. L. Penn, lives at Austin, Texas. Cadet Penn's funeral will take place tomprrow. Cadet Eugene Doak Penn, killed in Italy, was 22 years of age, having graduated from the University of Texas last spring. He was born and reared in Tay- lor, and whs a graduate of the Taylor High School. Entering the officer's train- ing Camp at Leon Springs, he later Was transferred to the av- iation corns and received his ground training at the School of Military Aeronautics at Austin....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 24 May 1918

jll : WWWWBMJ IIW 11 IIIKU III Stokes-Blair Hardware Company UNDERTAKERS Automobile Hearse and Ambulance. Also Horse Drawn Hearse. SERVICE DAY OR NIGHT Day Phone 82. Night Phone 22 and 77. STOKES-BLAIR HARDWARE CO. Bartlett, Texas and NEWS F. Catcs, Editor and Owner Jublishcd 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 1879. ?, Bartlet went over the top the first day in the second Red Cross drive. Bartlett citizens are always ready to help the heroism of mercy the Red Cross. President Wilson Monday signed the bill for the registra- tion for army duty of youths who have become 21 since June 5 last year, and who become 21 on June 5 hereafter. Registra- tion will occur June 5. Four Weeks a Newspaper Month Advertising Rates: Display, per inch 15c Heading Notices per line 10c Preferred Position, per in.. ..25c special rates on contracts for lore than 1,000 inches to be ised in 12 mqnths. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 24 May 1918

ittmmmmmimt I AJ "Vt 4 v. V 3&i IIS '".4 great net of mercy drawn through an ocean' of riWipenb'tble pain" . Aro a 7E paid out some Red Cross money a while back. Paid it out and forgot it. That's how much it hurt. Might not be a bad idea to have a look at what that money has been do ma That money went, dollar for dollar, where it did a full day's work, wherever it was. s Three cents of it may have had the honor of disin- fecting with iodine the three torn wounds of an American soldier on the French front. Or it may have had the less noble responsibility of pinning a warm flannel belly-band around six-year-old Antoine out back of Noyon. No use, v( vnt figure fhis Red Cross task in cents worth. ? There's the whole path of ruin from Belgium to Switzerland, just to visualize one thing at a time. If your Red Cross money went there it very likely provided pots ,and pans, food and clothes, beds and blankets, for the repatriated people. Three years ago these people were prosperous and c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 24 May 1918

ir wnvr&wmw.rmv&mimms&tifaw r w mumMMmmmiimnmummwmmmuum ' mnm ! - " ' ... . ,.,,J..,...M ,,. 7. to iiittwit'dr. brooks delivers Q?o? iKJloUrttlL BACALAUREATE ADDRE and NEWS R. F. Cntes, Editor ami 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 S, 1879. 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, MAY 24TH. The Tribune wishes to ex- press its sincere thanks on be- half of the Red Cross solicitors, to the business men of Bartlett and Schwertner for their liberal donations in advertising the drive now on for the Red Cross work. It is patriotic of them to send out the message through the local press. Burnet County's latest schol- astic report is as follows: It has 2,499 scholastic pupils, w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 24 May 1918

Vj it m K !, P l'' fi $M r inv K - . v IT P&. l? It. v . - t i l. I&v .1. PvOf y- Ihf lr LOCALS AND PERSONALS Dr. Homan, of Gatesvillc, was here this week on business. J. H. Davis, of Jarrell, was here yesterday on business. FOR SALE My residence in East Bartlett. Take Liberty bonds or some trade. G. C. Kuler. r Mary Pickford at the Cres- cent Theatre nc Thursday, May 30th. Don't forget the commence- ment exercises of Bartlett High School to night. Recenold Boley, of Florence, will preach at the East Christ- inn church Sunday morning and evening. The little son of Mr. and Mrs. Cha3. Gillespie is reported to be recovering from his severe ill- ness. Fruit Jars below market val- ue, at Farmprs' Mercantile Co., Schwertner. Mrs. Roger McCarty and chil- dren, of Austin, are here on a visit to her sisters, Misses Bell. 'FOR SALE On reasonable terms, complete farm outfit and growing crops. Farmers' Mer- cantile Co., Schwertner. Mr. Benton Roberts, one of Marlin's leading business me...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 24 May 1918

"V, K Spring Time i Is Ply Time fiGHT THE FLY! AH Kinds of Screen Doors and Wire AT MUTUAL BARTLETT, TEXAS. A. K. GROSSE, Mgr. iwwwffww LOCALS AND PERSONALS Don't forget the picture show. Btfter than ever. fcarl Flick was here Tuesday frtjm' Taylor. FOR RENT 4-Room residence, close in. Grover Kuler. E. L. Hardin made a business trip to Elgin Wednesday. Oats 94c a bushel at Rown- tree Bros. Mrs. Flewellin, of Belton, is a guest of Mrs. H. L. Forrester. Mrs. Archie Heap, of Austin, was here this week on a visit. Mrs. I. Gold and little daugh- ter visited relatives in Taylor this week. Jno. A. Jones, Esq., was in Belton this week on legal busi- ness. Ed. Lawrence is serving on the jury at Georegtown this week. Henry Luecke and wife of i Oenaville were here Monday on a visit to relatives. . LOST Red Polled Male, about 2 years old; had yoke on. Notify Shults Bros., Bartlett, Texas. Henry Laughlin of Oklahoma was here the past week on a visit to relatives. Mrs. Anderson, of Virginia, was ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 24 May 1918

I 11 v ) A , - rWJTmJfrrv ?-fr Ji4 ra tf 0 mercy drawn through an wean 0 unspeakable pain' omen of America! What's the worth of one baby's life? The time has come when you must put a motwy valtue on it. So much Red Cross money available, so many barjles restored. A little less Red Cross money available, so many babies lost by default. It's as plain as that. When you made that first Red Cross investment "yotji had a fairly clear idea that there was plenty to be doiie and that the Red Cross would make every dollar of money and every minute of time count. But have you now a clear picture of what price somebody will have to pay rr one delayed dollar or a hundred dollars withheld ? You can't read a casual page of Red Cross reports from anywhere" "over there" without endangering the coolness of your decision as to "how much: Suppose you had found "another use" for your j'Red Cross money a while ago and a corresponding part of the piece of work described below went undone : " Gas bombs wer...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 24 May 1918

i Uli First Baptist Church. Miss Belt Honored. LOCAL CHAUTAUQUA A FINANCIAL SUCCESS. Wn wish to nxnrasa our an-1 Miss Inez Boll, a brido of the prociation for the large and -on- wodk, was honored on Wednos-1 Our Chautauqua ia now a thusiastic crowd attending tne clay afternoon at the homo of n?awor or nwroiy, naving cioseu First ttnntint church last Sun- L ' n n . ...-,. tt iTuesday night, May 21st. :.". "iZt:;"' .!."' iii ,,,,,'AVirs. li. r. ouiuss, whbh mw -wusin anynn nf tu .Whn,a n miv uviuv wj. wiv imiwv. day night, and especially are we thankful to our heavenly Fath- er for the lives and influence of Iho g6od Christian people, who joined us from the other Churches in ''holding up the Mas- ter's cause. It was a great ser- vice, a servi6e" Where the power of God whs manifested a ser- vice where souls were saved and the name of Christ Jesus glori- fied. Lot4us pray that the spir- it of Gcfd will come with greater power into the hearts and lives of the noble men and women in this ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 31 May 1918

'WlSS'a.T1? 1 , ' K t'( " s w. "Hf i , AND NEWS i v n n n mno T?rsm-vr a tvtt PoAt) BARTLETT WLLIAMSON COUNT Y. 'TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 31, 1918. $1.00 Year. VOL. XXXII. No. 51 f-ffitn V,. C25! M- REGISTRATION NOTICE f FROM LOCAL BOARD 1. 'MUCH RAIN NEEDED IN MILAM COUNTY SOON. It X I Bolton, Tex., May 24, 1918. Editor Tribune: Will you please publish the en- closed list in the next issue of your paper. This is a list of the Voting Boxes that come -within the jurisdiction of this Local Board. The Boys who live at any of these boxes will register with this Local Board at the City Hall in the City of Belton on June, 5th. The office will be open from) seven a. m. to nine p. m. Local Board No. One, Bell Co. BARTLETT YOUNG LADY RECEIVE B. OP S. DEGREE. l &r Belton, Ward No. 1. Belton, Ward No. . Belton, Ward No. 3. West Country. East Country. Kolls. Salado. Summers Mill. Prairiq Dell. Holland. Sparks. Bai'tlett. , Vilas. Science Hill. Littlo "River. Burgess. Old RHoward. Moffat. Bland. S...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 31 May 1918

V "JKiiy Stokes-Blair Hardware Company UNDERTAKERS Automobile Hearse and Ambulance. Also Horse Drawn Hearse. SERVICE DAY OR NIGHT Day Phone 82. Night Phone 22 and 77. TOKES-BLAIR HARDWARE CO. Bartlett, Texas EDITORIAL TO FATHER! Sk T5he TRIBUNE and NEWS R. F. Gates, Editor and Owner Published Friday of Each Week Subscription, $1.00 Per Year. Entered as second-class mat- ter at the post olfice at Bartlett, Texas, under the act of March 3. 1879. Four Weeks a Newspaper Month Once more the story .comes that the Germans are nearly straved out. Not a word of this do we believe. We are going to whip thti Germans, but starve them, never. No use to talk about starving a soldier that can live six weeks on a quart of kraut and bung hole. Honey Grove. Advertising Rates: Display, per inch 15c Reading Notices per line 10c pTYlYVtvil PnaiUnn r,. in OZn M" - '--. v.nviwii, f-J. Ill wUl l7ate&H8rfontracts for nehes to be FRIDAY, MAY 34ST. tetaMBamett wBtTmTM" T nani1 En f jHMWallSBBO'" ''wiWVQff...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 31 May 1918

to: W. tr Si J" MUCH IRRIGATION IN WILLIAMSON COUNTY. Austin, Texas, May 25 That the people of Wiliamnon county are interested in irrigation and that the waters of the San Gabriel arc being used ex Pensively for that purpose, Is Shown by the records in the efflce of the board of water en- gineers of the State. Recently T. R. Spence, engin- eer ,and hydrographer in the Office of the board of water en- gineers, made an inspection of ie San Gabriel river in Wiliam- $on county . His report shows -'that the soil on all the irrigation .tiroiccta in that county is i jblack loam, fairly open. Not only is it excellent larrn tana, si DUt it is well auapteu iu lrriuu- s tion. The San Gabriel is a succession of water holes, with $ small flow from one to the other. In periods of continued dry weather this small flow stems at times. There appears B to be VQry little underground seepage, eacn water noie noiu- ingits own water in periods of no flow. The measurement made by Mr. Spense at various noi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 31 May 1918

rTTF i"t T &e TRIBUNE JUDGE SPANN FOR CHIEF . JUSTICE SUPREME COURT. WAR PRICES MAKE LIQUOR DEALERS MILLIONAIRES. PoliticallfAnnouneements "Wl K K- l4& FW til A . .. ?tc .o H!?: we1 o Iv h p,k W and NEWS K. I'T Catcs, 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 S, 1879. 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, MAY 31ST. Spite does not profit a man anything even with his local paper. Remember it's never too late to make a donation to the Red Cross. The American flag is the sym- bol of your freedom. Are you for it? What's the matter with the Mayor one of the best in the land 'designating clean-up days in Bartlett like we did "before the war". The primary elections in Tex- as wi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 31 May 1918

i,"! V ''tfk) "'Vrf """" V m i fV't i it' "" feT. H r If'.. V u V tf F.-; fc-". V; jf-- flfeV- ifef K L'ft- BBS''. p. i f 1 s& : j!' to v : ffc; IK !l- Er-.:f !: re IK. ".' &' fcr-'. fii'V Ki"J HHM,'MH'HMMM'M4H4i'M'44l'frl'4444M'tW We offer for a short while the ;; Best Reclearaed Well Matured f Caoe Seed jj (NOT BROKEN) I $3.50 I have Oats, Com Bartlett, I i Mj444"J4H4W4H'':':-'4''H''!-'i''ll' LOCALS AND PERSONALS Fresh fish at Rowntrce Bros. Rayrriond Barlow, o San An- tonio, is at home for a few days. Emjzy Hair, of Florence, was here this week. Car of oats just arrived 94 cents a bushel. Rowntree Bros. Car ,of oats just arrived 94 cents a bushel. Rowntree Bros. W. W. Walton Was in Garland this wek on business. Overals at $1.75. Farmers' Mercantile Co. Schwertner. E. L. Hardin went to Houst n Wednesday on business. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Poyner, of Waco, are here on a visit. Those in want of good Gulf Gas, call at the K T. Garage. Fresh fish at Rowntree Bros. jMrs. A. F. Tayl...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 31 May 1918

)Rf IHffiH I- li a .w ' v A ' .(, ' T. ' ,r CT 7 tf V , " M. 0. KULER MOVES TO CITY OF PORT ARTHUR. Later from England. rfizr?xwWvffiy ' I r F If Ifc IW 11 in HIE aHH EH nflv HHR HHB hHr Now is Disinfect your poultry yard and your premises generally. YOU CAN BARTLETT, TEXAS. LOCALS AND PERSONALS John Hruska was in "Houston this week on business. FOR RENT 4-Room residence, close in. Grover Kuler. John Lugo spent first of the week with- his family in Tem- ple. Mrs. Ed. Brune was taken to a Temple institute of surgery Tuesday. Misses Iva and Cora Mode- sett are visiting friends in Gatesville. D. L. Pennington has pur- chased the Sonntag residence on South Ervie street. Prof, and Mrs. V. I. Moore at- tended the Chautauqua in Tem- ple Monday afternoon. Miss Mamie Walker, of Al- tair, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. J. D. Blair. Mr. and Mrs. Ben E. Wacker left Tuesday for a ten days' out- ing at Marble Falls. Mrs. R. T. Badger, of Austin, was the guest of Mrs. R. F. Gates Friady. Mrs. Ro...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 31 May 1918

. , HfkUlL ''"i1. Ni WM ji:-. 3--: Ms ffi''. 'fc - :"- m ? $i'i- &$. r- ft- fife lib CONVENTION OF RETAIL (line up the retail business men MERCHANTS AT WACO. The Officers of the Retail Merchants' Association, of Tex- as, have outlined a very interest- ing program for the coming State Convention of Retail Mer- chants of Texas, whioh will be held in Waco on Juno 11th and 12th. This program deals with new trade conditions, war rules and regulations, and is one of the most interesting programs ever arranged for a State Con- vention of Retail Merchants. Food Administrator E. A. Pe- den for Texas, and several of his assistants will attend this convenwon. The National War Savings Committee willbe rep- resented by Mr. J. m. reinnnu, and Mr. Alex Sanger, State Merchants Representative of the U. S. Food Administration, will attend in his official capacity of this State for the best possi ble ro-operation with the U. S. Food Administration and Coun- cil of National Defense. The convention ...

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