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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 23 August 1918

, o a if P- BGISTRATION DAY SATURDAY AUG. 24 To The Tribune: The President has called on nil men to register on Saturdffy August the twenty fourth who have attained tho ago of twenty one alnco Juno the fifth. This Local Board will register those becoming twenty one at tho City Hall In tho city of Belton between tho hours of seven a. m. and nine p. m. Central Christian Church. After n jrfbnths vacation, granted ino through tho kindness ojt my cfturch.wlll occupy my pulpit Lords' Day morning, UBtng as my theme "A Dynnmfco Conception of tho Christian Life". Would be glndvto grcot'evcry mem- ber of Jhe congregation and as mail othor people as can come. Wo also urgeall membors of the) Sunday School to bo in tlieir places at 10:00 o'clock. " Wo join In tho union services at Homer A. McCarty, Minister. o CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS J and those living nt tho following vot- The Tabernacle nt the evening hour Ing boxes will register with Board No. 1 at Belton: , ! Belton Ward No. lj Bolton Ward No....

Publication Title: Bartlett Tribune And News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 30 August 1918

Byjiii wt&bwxt jH AND NEWS !'' y R. Fv, GATES, Edi-tor and Prop. BATLETT WLLIMSON COUNTY; TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 30, 1918. ' $1.00 Year. VOL. XXXIII. No. 12 WOMEN OF DROUTH SECTION ASK "WORK PRIMARY ELECTION RUN OFF LAST SATURDAY SOLDIER TRAISES CANTEEN WORKERS if s I i' IS r ? Port Worth, Texas, Aug. 25. The wives nnd daughters of tho dronth- strlcken farmers, liko tho men nro be- sieging tho employment bureaus here. They do not want charity, hut work, Thoy will do any kind of work. Even grandmothers who havo been staying at homo caring for the child- ren whllo the younger womeft of the family wcro working, are on tho lists. One family that had gone from Ok--lahomn to tho promising West and is now driven back to Fort Worth, paid tho Vent for their small rooms on tho North side by selling a seWing ma chine. Tho mother of the two child- ren, whoso husband is now in France, "was given a place in one of the pack' ing houses, but after a day of work she had to give it up. They aro al...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 30 August 1918

mat Notico Tho Tribune desires to publish the namos tf nil tho boys who nro In- tho service from Bartlett and vicinity and requests tho pnronts of snmo c ploaso send in their nnmos for this purpose. OF FALL AND WINTER New Stock w? I". Lates eafioos Just Received arad on Display Before making your purchases, the ladies of Bartlett and vicinity are cordially invited to call and see our NEW STOCK. Our prices and styles are right. Mrs. Nida Williams At Gersbach-Wacker Co. ij Bill McQuarry left Saturday for grange. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Patts visited in Dallas this -week. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Willie Whit- low of Temple, a boy. -Hi, 'urhXT T.nelin firtil onn "KVIfv WArn K -rtV ...4U MW.l, ...., ..... ffiDmple-isitors Tuesday. c Mr. G. A. Isboll, made The Tribune a pleasant call this week. Bint; 294 for your oil, gasoline and Icerosine or lubricating. Miss Kuth McCarty spent Sunday in Waco, the guest of friends. Sergeant J. Ray Mos3 of tho Q. M. C Camp Travis was here, Tuesday. Mr. J. L. Bosen...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 30 August 1918

REGULATION 0 Black Land HOW PRICES Oil FOOD STUFFS I ARE STABILIZED IH TEXAS SH INDUST NOW UNOE - n IVL 'A, Kftfctrf . JIBJ At .7. Wt i&?SQ BrsaitrJT iW'C BBSs ffifrw R5fl!rJ8 trjiKr. i; ms, I'Sra Conference in Houston Lays Plans (or l Price Fixing. Shipment of Flsli and i' " Deferred Classification. t:-k; - w- Dividing tlio coast o( Toxas Into six up?, each zone to have a Price: inter preting yommlttoo determining a mini um componsatlon for tho flBliorman and; a minimum to maximum price, BunJifct (o'porlodlcal rovlslon, was dno Kino 'principal achievements of tho Shferdticd of fish doalors of Texas In Houston on August 15. Tho confer- onco was hold with the Food Adralnls-- t!!rtrdflon for Texas and tho plan of ion- !L&S the coast was presented to tho fie fnuUBtrlon by Administrator Peden as &irstEt most feastblo ono to bring about a "tj1 . . ttn hltlvnlrM rt nrlnns tMnli giVV' ii?fA socond Important decision of tho . '.-"isn mon was inai nercauor nsn win Jsfcnbt bo clas...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 30 August 1918

kl u r i. I?11 m R Iff Ji Whs Uf.i '. mm &i 'H1HWWHIIIWHHW HIU1 MM I Bgjyn LM. rz It will be a big day for We want every school boy and girl to buy their school books and school supplies from us. We have the best line of tablets and all other necessary sup-" plies that the market affords. The small margin of profit on books make3 it necessary that wesell them for cash. Remember we are headquarters for everything for school children. - Leatheroiaei Drug Company BARTLETT, TEXAS 56 TRIBUNE aqd NEWS R. F. Cates, Editor and Owner as second-class mat the post office at' Bartlett, under thR act of march iflwSBHKSntered " c Subscription, $1.00 Per Year. FRIDAY, AUGUST, 30th 1918 i1,- August Debus, a prominent farmer , .' of Beversville, died at his homo Tues- ,fi? day' Despite the war and drouth some ?oople will continuo to get rich, all n the name of "liberty". Granger farmers selling cojton jn i ''!,( ..- ittt.f . :."r. '... i !;iPySJtw ;Comp to uartiett with your If.fcmo'nivV',. ' ' ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 30 August 1918

I V BARTLETT SLACKERSI iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiminiwimiiniim. fr I i If "Ma B L 1", Car? Cotton Seed: - SVIealand Hulls'' . Sacked Oats , Shorts Cow Feed and Hay - -j LOOK OVER THE rice IN GROCERIES Cut LAWRENCE Bartlett, Texas LOCALS AND PERSONALS r, -if STft Mr. and Mrs. L. Hlllman visited Waco this vveek. .M: A. Coxleft this weekfor Kauf- man, to 'buy cotton. ' "Mrs. 0.' M. Blair and sons, Charles, arc visiting in Wharton. sV to on in tnr. mnrket for fresh 'VS cggsat 25c per dozen.in trade. The &Gersbach-Wacker Co. A I ,' L. "R. Morris, with Lawrence Bros J. N. L. Mcurdy, who has been In El Paso for some time, arrived in Bartlett yesterday. Slackers In Bartlett? Yes, indeed male slackers? Yes. Fominino slackers? Yes. A slackor Is any man, woman or child who is not do ing his or her utmost to win tho war. Theso slackers aro largoly of thrco classes squanderers, wasters andtrl- dors or Idlers. To those slackers time, money? materials nnd energy have no significance extent as tho...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 30 August 1918

ns i, . i z K6e TRIBUNE and NEWS R F. Calcs, Editor and Owner Entered as second-class mat- ter at the post office at Bartlett, Texas, under the act of March 8, 1879. Four Weeks a Newspaper Month Advertising Rates: Display, per inch 15c Reading Notices per line -10c Preferred Position, per in 2Gc Special rates on contracts for more than 1,000 inches to be used in 12 months. Subscription, $1.00 Per Year. FRIDAY, AUGUST, 30th 1918 Cotton is getting close to the pri.a fixed by the delegation to the TcxoS Farmers institute at Waco recently 35 cents, last Saturday at ranged ib- ovo 34 cents. The atendance at the Cotton Pal- ace this year Is expected to be very largo, owing to the fact the State fair for 1918 has been called off. The ex- hibits at tho exposition this year will be bigger and more varied than at any timo in the past Small men get lost in the machin- ery of partisan politics. Great souls understand that parties are only tho means by which great ideas arc brought to the fore a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 30 August 1918

mt iv i h I CAMP TRAVIS PUBLICITY o OFFICE U. S. N, A. Camp Travis. just fine, and all the boys In my com- pany seem to bo pleased. 3 know1 our officers can't bo bcal and If they can't put Us in shape to get tho Kasier, no CAMP TRAVIS LETTER - As an expected tho strength of rrtrt fn undermine Just wish Bomo of tho hoVs back J. H-...--.. J ..!. nnrmnn WICV WOU1U IOSO VllUb BUUUK Ui. !' unucc u.o Bli . u -- TI- "" they hava,up their back and fall In KEF'SKS tSS "ISS.j? t4 llfc i9 jU8t what ono numerous f also reports of how draft- nLiVT , , ... . ed men in tho great National Army "Well I am n this war like a sub- wore being mistreated by their ofll-' mnrino, I am i nil under. But if I over cers, how they were ill fed, poorly I got off of tho rock pile I will keep clothed and quartered, and how snni- my shirt pocket buttoned, beliove mo. tnry conditions wero "awful." But How aro tho slackers getting along? their great "Kultur" movement mere-1 If they will quit sticking around ly "prove...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 30 August 1918

mH, T-AM''wwujylll111. -, .v r v;;-" -.,. - ,v, j.a M l a in u V-B LAN FOR COOPERATIVE PUR- CHASE OF HOLSTEIN CATTLE (By C. M. Evnns, Animal Hus- A bnndman, ExtcnsionScrvico nml agent in U. S. B. A. I.) Stncu announcement 1ms beenrmulo through the public press thnt tho E tenstdn Service of "the A. & M. Cpl- loge would cooperate with the farmers in different communities in sccurl. hl& class dairy cattle, fncludlng both Ifylstolns nnd Jcrseva' wc nr,v0 had a groat many inquiries regard- ing a dofinilo plan. Tho plan is simply one to oncour- g cooperative buying in ordor to decrease tho overhead fchargc3 of h-eifcht, inspection etc. made posslhic by buyinr and shipping a number of mile at tho same time. Tho Exton- cattlo at the same time. The Exton- expert assistance in the selection rt WivMunl. There is no charge for thia service other than tho traveling expense of the cnttlo specialists when out sido of the Stato Tho duties ,v HiftKo snceinlists w'ill bo to pass judgment upon...

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

rr?mm. iMf fttA-SKXt,;- 11 ' w v7s " J . tW, AND NEWS S,-,v 1 R. F. CATES, Editor and Prop. BARTLETT WLLIAMSON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1918. $1.00 Year; VOL. XXXIII. No. 13 ED LAM AH KILLED WITH A SHOT GUN DHAFT CALL FOU BELL COUNTY MEN STATE CONENTION MOST HARMONIOUS iffFiTvT r a i. IV L S?' t Bolton. Tex , Sopt 2. The incident- al death of Ed Lamar occured noar the homo of his hrother, W. L. Lamar late tills aftornoon. The body was found lying faco downward near the Summers Mill road, shot through the heart. Lamnr had gone towards his home from Bolton earlier, armed with a shot gun, with which ho intended to go hunting. Lamar had lived in Bell County all his Hfo with the exception of a part of this last year. He had been a resi dent of Brownwood until recently, when ho moved back with his family and took up temporary rosidencc at the homo of his brother, who lives on 4he Tyler farm southwest of town. A wife and five children survive. wi.. J...H-...! i .... ' Waco, Tex....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 6 September 1918

& M lm i Suits ran J -he TRIBUNE and NEWS R. F. Cates, Editor and Owner TTSifnfor? ns Rppnnd-class mat ter at the post office at Bartlett, Texas, under th act of March 3, 1879. o Subscription, $1.00 Per Year. 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, SEPTEMBER, 6th 1918 Yes, there are a few slackers in Bartlett Just as well come out of the weeds. Your Uncle Sammie has your number. The drouth didn't get quite all the weeds in town. Some portions, both business and residence look like pov- erty was right on us. For goodness and the sake of civic righteousness, cut the weeds. Enthusiasm in tho coming Hog Show in Bartlett on September 28, is growing and a large crowd is ex- pected here on that day to see one of the prettiest lot of hogs ever shown in Texas. Tell your friends about it. v Wo know a perfectly ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 6 September 1918

w 12, 778, 788 WILL REGIS- TER ON SEPTEMBER 12 Washington, Aug. 31. AH men from 18 to 45 yenra of ago in tho Continenol United States, except those In tho army or navy or al- ready registered, were summoned by President Wilson today to register for military servico on Thursday, Sept. 12. Machinery of tho provost marshal general's ofllco was set In motion to carry out tho second great enroll ment under a presidential proclama FEDERAL LAND BANK TO AID IN DROUTH RELIEF. Houston, Texas. Autr. 31. Tho United States Department of Agri culture has allotcd tho sum of ?350,- Bank of Houston In making loans to larmcrq In the drouth-stricken sec- tion of TnvriH. flm nrnnniwla nf tntnl. loans to be applied to purchasing seed wheat and ryo for planting for nexc year s crop. SOLDIER BOYS WRITE HOME Ifc l! tion Issued soon after tho president, sources and arc without commercial had signed tho new man power act credit. No loan will bo made to anv extending the draft ages. The bill far,1Jcr who has ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 6 September 1918

C-t , tfiritt i TfTHiM 1H""" aHBBEjjfifc K (i M o n uments! Monuments! Just received a large shipment of moderately priced monuments, whioh makes our yard second to none in our section. Call and look our stock over we can save you monoy on any de- sign you may select. All this stock was bought boforo the last advance in our line. Bartlett Monument Works To My Friends and Customers. I lmve been called to the Army, and have leased by barber sho,) in- terest to Mr. Leo Koike, tl'. I return. , I take this method of thankftig all my friends for the past business, and solicit a continuance of same io my successor. Grovcr Kuler. T5he TRIBUNE and NEWS R. F. Catcs, Editor and Owner Entered as second-class mat- ter at the post office at Bartlett, Texas, under thp. act of March 8. 1879. Subscription, $1.00 Per Year. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER, 6th 1918 ' It nearly rained Wednesday, night. Well, we are one day nearer to a rain today than we were yesterday. Not withstanding that "bono dry" prevails, the ...

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

n w Vt . p I y masHm IDJUMBWUMMMWIW COMING THE BIG JEWEL PRODUCTION fifi The Kaiser THE BEAST OF BERLIN 99 Here in Bartlett Sept. 28 and 21 Friday euid Saturday Shown complete each day. and a 2 Reel Comedy. 9 reels in all. The Gersbac -- . t ssssy. .ijm, i Wacker Co. GROCERY DEPARTMENT PRICES Waves of American Troops brings thrills in Kaiser picture. New York audiences go wild as America's National Army sweets against Huns at close of the 'Kasier, the Beast of Berlin. LOCALS AND PERSONALS Pay your subscription now! Ed Ford went to Waco this week. Phone 140 for choice meats of all kinds. Toilet articles of all kinds at Con- lira & Blairs. ' Mpa. Hawkins visited in vElgin last Friday. For your cold drinks and cigars, go to Contlra & Blair's. . Mr. and Mrs. Joq Duncan are the parents of a new baby. Miss LaVcrno Catcs visited friends in Austin this week. Harrcll will buy your cattle, phone 140. School supplies of all kinds at Con- dra & Blairs' drug store. Work commenced thi...

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

THE BARTLETT TRIBUNE, BAUTLETT. TEXAS Health Was Shattered South Boston Woman Tells How She Suffered Before Doan's Cured Her. I -w in awful shape from kidney disenrc," nays Mrs. W. V. Sterntt. 707 Dorchester Ae., South Morton, Mbsb. Mjr litrtlth was shattered and I would often, fall in a, heap. Had somcono stabbed me in the back with i nifc, tha pains could not have been vornc. I lost thirty pounds, was terribly nervous and could not do my housework. Fainting spells came on and my feet and limbs swelled bo badly I couldn't wear my Bhoes. Puffy eacs came under my eyes, my skin looked shiny end the impression of a fincer left a dent that Hrs.Stmltt remained for some time. "2&y kidneys were In awful shape ind it teemed that I had to pass the eecrctiona every hour. The passages www ecant and terribly distressing. I was feverish at night and perspired profusely. I was discouraged until told about Boon's Kidney Pills. They brought improvement from tho first and about a dozen boxes cur...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 6 September 1918

SiH - I THE BARTLETT TRIIltJNfi. BARTLBTT. TEXAS IS Li b. j 8 MTEMMHm: JWEOTS -KEJL323VES ASTHMA. DBctf In Treatment NOW au uiUMUtt uuuaatto MALARIA Chills And Fever. Biliousness. ! Constipation and ailments requiring a TOnIC treatment. GUARANTEED nna Tnnda b BehrensDrug Co. Sold by Kll AU DrujguH JU DFfflPW TREATMENT. QlTMvtrMlef. wwlyl Soon ftraoY.aairelllncr and ahort breath. Nayar h.aril ot Ita .qnal for dropar, T17 It. TrUl Cr.atmant tent mil, by mail. Writ to DR. THOMAS E. CREEN Buk Dial., Da ao, CIUTSWORTH. A. eulTwg fill f SO Tilt. rOX I1ALMM, CmiS AMD FETOL Aln t rill Gtin-ilStmilltitasTtile. At All Dr Slant. esJMrectory GENERAL HARDWARE AND SUPPLIES Contractors Supplies, Builders Hardware, Etc. Prices and In- formation furnished on request PEDEN IRON & STEEL CO. HOUSTON SAN ANTONIO McCANE'S DETECTIVE AGENCY HOUSTON, TEXAS Expert Civil and Criminal Invtatlcatora. MAUI AND FKHIALK Ol'HKATIVEa Texas Optical Co. EXPERT OPTICIANS GLASSES THAT SATISFY Mall us your broken gla...

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

'',V ft'l ?f3f Kk. IR fe'vf 38 ft '' fir Will Enter Business nt Robstown. Mr. 0. M. Corner, of Georgetown, and Mr. J. 13. Buchanan, of Jarrcll, returned Tuesday from Robstown, where they purchnsed a general busi- ness. Mr. Comer will leave soon for that plnce and manage tho business, nlarging tho some. Mr. Buchanan is tho well known merchant nt Jarroll and will continue in business thoro as in tho pnst Tho Sun wishes those ffentlomcti much success. Mr. and Mrs. Comer have made many friends while residing in Georgetown. II has beon with Higdon-McElroy Co. Oeorgetown Sun. NKQRO SOLDIER .TUMI'S FROM TRAIN BREAKS LEG Will Jackson, colored soldior sta- tioned nt Camp Travis, whoso home I is near here, nccotding to his stato- 1 mont, fell from an inconing passon- ! gor ti-ain Tuesday morninr. which rosultcd in a broken leg. He was , found by night Policoiunn Burn, near tho track just south of town, who sent mm to Temple for surgical attention. . AVill Buy Seed Cotton. Pay your subscriptio...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 13 September 1918

v 'fafe") f ' 'T r t v AND NEWS w (J. yJ -MtfL WLLIAMSON COUNTS Mks. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13,- 1918. $1.00 Year. VOL. XXXIII. No. U & P. GATES, Editor and Prop. BAR' iiAwt lett' scnooL orENS W1TU LARGE ATTENDANCE THE RED CROSS NEW MEMBERS ON TABERNACD TING! - EXEMPTION OTVKl ''Vfff 1 f H 1 xt Rv'1 iv ' P 1 111 I i V i tit I . t ,1 K.....X,.. -1 E..J.il..r,- L,ii,mniimi Wrf 1. .vwi'iA mam tfft Eu ', u Th Ityrtlott Schools opened last Monday Vltli a good' nttondanco of lupU, perhaps tho largoet of any pfeceedin years, and under mo8t rlatterint; prospects. In tho High school there was an enrollment of 124 puplla, while the grammar school vpetied with 318. While tho Increase in the grammar school was not so twenty per cent over last year, U large, there was an increase of nhout thcHlgh School. With ono of tho best corp of teachers to he had, at the hUftd of which is 6no of tho best in- structors in tho State, tho Tribune predicts a most successful term of school for all concerned. Lot ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 13 September 1918

", mmmMmmMmrm fit Rt keener r 'H siS!nS- y itmWtiwSRfsKBP i&lmSfmm WSmEmse vamt V. i r raWlHrwrilir 'rt m ui fe She TRIBUNE and NEWS R. F. Cates. Editor and Owner Entered as second-class 'mat- ter at the post oflice at Bartlett, Texas, undor th ant of March 8. 1879. ItOU) V6UR r.mBRTY BONDS. Mitiwm The affort to separlfte Liborty Bond holders not frtmlllar with stock and bond values from thoir Liberty Bonds has taken a now turn. Tho manipula tors Instead of offering to buy tho bonds at inadequate prices offer in ex- change for them tho stocks and bonds of various wildcat corporations, whose face value is largo but whose mmmmmmmm . ukuuu vhiuu IB iiiiiu or IlUUUIlg. ', , The safest investment in the world Subscription, $1,00 Per Year. is a Liberty Bond. For a patriotic ! Aim. ...i i . n . American, Liberty Bonds arc tho best ,,.,., ,, I investment in' the world. It is not Four Weeks a Newspaper Month ; onIy R wlsc thfns t0 hold thcm it l8 B '" ' i-1 - . . '.i ' patriotic thing to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 13 September 1918

m (i LETTER FROM SAILOR BOY w'l,,y'-SzrSpiiMPWMM-- - -BPs?ir""" "HiwwHi!wr"""""" ' ., Ti x'i mmn L0ONEY SAYS GAME LAWS ft K M MUST HE OBSERVED HERE Austin, Texas Aucr 24 Atforftp v Helton, - ' ' ' in 0,1. n ii . o -o--Qw6iffHfto O O -The fnllo-ctfWg Jttformition! Trained officers a Wflftibded Me Gonerpl Loonov holds that tho Texsi given by M R Martin, COnntjr demon- fcntno law must bo oWrvod in thh Btrat0r, should be of apcfail Interest Stntc and that tho flWrtlhft f h farmer, of Bell eminW 'is now Federal pnmc regulations mur UI ....iAsi-.. lo resolved in fnvor of the State law timoj it is self explanatory 4 This npnllo both n( to Open season t0 bh farmers and stocTyleilTf Boll aimi imy iiuiiuv - vi" """--- l Toxni game law has never hew hald I invalid. Wh in thut or rue unuou pnnntv! Armin which nreh0W fOnftftHb , The Tho novornttient has recently civon rartks of the entiro Army$a) floy bo- shP States has been rtreiawa ";'tte agricultural department tho pow- In thoroughly canvasso...

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