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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 11 December 1914

h rt J Former Cameron Man Killed la St. louis. St Louis, Dec. 6, Sam Mintz, who haa bten at, almost constant war with the police for 25 years, died at the city hospital at 10 o'clock this morninjr from the effects of cunshot wounds in fltctcd by an unidentified man on Saturday night, At one time Mintz conducted a general merchandise store - at Cameron, Texas. Merchandise was systematically .stolen from Wagons ami cars in St, Louis, and it was finally traced to Cam- eron, where it was identified, and Mintz was arrested. He had another store in Texas, and when this place fell under suspicion, and when it was found that someone was on the way to identify the goods, the store was then burned. Comparative leperts ea Cotton Ginning Mm i urn ! W. J. Harris, director of jthe Census, Department of Com- merce, announces the prelimi- naiy report of cotton ginned by counties in Texaslor the crops of 191 and 1913.' The report was made public for the state - at 10 a. m, on Saturday, Nov. 21. It f...

Publication Title: Bartlett Tribune And News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 11 December 1914

ij g$S:,8K 'lV1? - r :sksp r revs-t WM w Thereawas never a time when practiced gifts were more suitable to give than this yeao. Thejgiffts we suggest would be welcome and they would serve to remind the one who wears it of the giver. These gifts are isefil end most needed end to this is a seasonwhen your money will go the fartherest as everything will be cheaper this Xmas than ever before. Christmas Hand- kerchiefs, Daoti- er and Prettier than ever Our stock is complete, not fa missing item, and by far the prettiest we have ever shown in handkerchiefs, an additional attractive feature is those put up in boxes ready for giving. Be sure to see these Handkerchiefs that we have displayed. 2 in a box 35c. 3 in a box 75c. These are just a few we mention 1 ' I '- HOUSE SLIPPERS FOR XMAS There is nothing that is more useful than a pair of house slippers. We have them in al- most any color. The "Comfy" Felt slipper in Blue, Pink and grey all sizes. Regular $1.50 SALE PRICE $1.20 The felt Juli...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 18 December 1914

ri i... WT WK" t f ; f ,' 't. ; AND NEWS MMiM dUtli "R. P. CATES, Editor and Proprietor BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDAY. DEC. 18. 1914. $1.00 Per Year. VOL. XXIX. NO. 26 V-VH' te (mJP A $ wBB&w :V - k: ' 'V f rv u Cotton and Good Roads Belton. Dec. 16. Cliff Talley of icar Holland who assisted Will Wallace in getting fifteen bales Of cotton to this city today has a story for good roads. This morning three men start- ed out from Mr. Wallace's placo with five bales of cotton on each wagon. The cotton was stoutly tied on and four mules pulled each load. From the Wallace place to the line of Belton pre- cinct Mr. Talley states that they bumped along over frozen roads, With the result that some four bales broke loose, hit the ground and had to be reloaded. The trip over the remainder of the five miles of graveled r6ad to this city was made without mishap. J. E. Mitchell, of this city. States that the good roads are wearing out his brakes. He has ood, stout teams and this f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 18 December 1914

V yy f:.;; 1$: m The'Tribune And News FRIDAY. DEC. 18. ljj A trainload of cotton&conBiiiF iog of 1500 bata$ fitted yusi. rnuuy irumwayjyjYjiu biiiii "9 MHTbmj U, u'U cn in .inTmrnHwraK;? K r. ArjaKSfflulSfTn the dry col- nejSstate-wide proces- an. 1st. Another pfthecapof Uncle Wil- rdner. the keynote of the one Vldette. Our congressional army and navy committees are disturbed over our utter unpreparedness tot war. Well, what of it? If wo are compelled to fiRht for the same principle that they are fiKhtinpr for in Europe, let us devoutly pray that we shall re- main unprepared. In the arbitration hearing be- ing held in Chicago between the railway managers and their em- ployes they are uncovering a multitude of crimes, both pro and con, if the reports are true, but it is hardly probable that either side will gain anything by the investigation. IIIIJIMPIMMIIMMVW1IIHIIIMWIMWUWIIUIMMWWJ During the dark days of the Civil War, some one asked Abra ham Lincoln whether ho thought id was "...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 18 December 1914

T- ""T ' - ' ' ..-.-. iM. 1 f-i -11 iuliii '--rnnaaiiBiaaipBiOTiisiawaHaBaaaBMH9mwin ( rMK$tor7 ---. . ,t 'X JHfa4 " 'Lf! iW&??:$ ;0imjnum (tyrt&m K, a r && ff t; fe.ni J5 fc r; I!.; r lv W , X Y .' fcV , ' !; , ' ";-'' ; to " " "US YOUft Turkeys, Eggs, Butter, Cotton, Anything you may have to Bell we will use it at the highest mar- ket price-CABH, TRADE, or ACCOUNT. Oar prices on merchandise are always right. ersbach-Wacker Company SCHWERTNER, - fEXAS ess a Wa OMPSON i; extends to hia friends ' , a h d, customers best :wishes for a Merry and ' Happy Christmas, and y hopes for a prosperous v New Year, Come to see mo next season and get the beat turnout of any gin in the country. My MMMRII WAJKO, '; OOU M Mr.''to, ntJ" k Wd7,.' "' tf tkay Mo flWii rate HtmI" ' ha !'' wl a 4ed $ of Ms arSy kali berd. Tke va!r peslnl card wklefc aefted f.ertk ISM e rrlfx JttRjnie kad jtut arnlTed. Xeek Ht tb, wW yea" B tau-aed tke M4 em fc Me rr,. "?h ea tarfck. Mad Wtt t MVlf" IfS, Hta...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 18 December 1914

ViHtHrnw - jnuwvMWWKJM wrwiyMi aMiiti limn ni.iini, m luiiHuiim itiimmtbmHltiimmnima ,n . .., -,-- -n - .. ... ! n-r-i 1 uisn. l' " a irrTl,r,aJMBM1 jJfe jHLbV -ywy"Wifiv a ii-j. Tiie Season's Greetings: We thank our patrons for their liberal patronage during the past year, and , Soltek a continuance ol favors during Ifrc coming year. We are old estab- lished bottling works people, and you Can get your orders filled on short no- tice any time of the year. Wc are also focal distributers for Anheuser-Busch At Bartlett and Jarre!!. BROWN & ZANDER Christmas 1914: To Our Friends and Customers We Extend Greetings. ; We thank one and all for their patronage in the past and solicit a continuance of same for the coming year, assur- ing you that it will always be our endeavor to give you the best and most prompt service. elk & Kuler, Barbers KLsKZiX- vioijoon Thanks We thank our pa- trons and friends for the season's business and ex- tend best wishes for a happy holi- day season. :.' ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 18 December 1914

HOW PRICE COTTON SALE ' . ij j in n r BV B&f.' ry ' Cc T ). !,, , Si SS .; ' t- it &iS W... t r WlV . ,1 p . .Jy, KW W, a F" ' S$ li. , r fern: fc iaffi- JjP.O M? S rw ? . " , vu v H' ' ' ,. "'?' $125,000.00 stock of Hardware, Implements and Furniture, Harness, Saddlery, Buggies, Wagons and Stoves; Crocl Guns and Bicycles goes on sale. Positively nothing will be held in reserve during this Low Price Cotton Sale. Below 'mention but a few of the many bargains that will be found here during this sale. Majestic Ranges $60 No. 638 Majestic ftange, sale price. $45.95 65 No. 639 Majestic Range, sale price, 52.55 62.50, 641 Majestic Range, sale price, 47.80 67.50, 642 Majestic Range, sale price, 53.61 65.00, 644 Majestic Range, sale price, 48.40 70.00, 645 Majestic Range, sale price. 54.61 75.00, 648 Majestic Range, sale price, 56 92 We will furnish a $12 50 Range Set with each range bought for $5.00 All Stoves Go in This Low Price Cotton Sale Nothing Reserved y " ' Stove Pipe V No....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 18 December 1914

I i-rXrtflK ' '? -"Vfy.' ? jr)qK'sr?5' ; m-i LI iirffymiiiU; p- . ri ) I The Tribune News FRIDAY. DEC. 18. 1914 Wo are distressed to note that, following her demise, the poems of Ella Wheeler Wilcox can not be perpetrated bv any of her progeny. Tho Tribune will be issued on Thursday of next week. Watch for our message of good cheer. It will not be lengthy but we trust it will bo enlightening. In another column of this issue appears a request from a class in the Presbyterian Sunday School, asking for donations for the needy and distressed. Read it. There is no religion involved in this noblo deed. It is Christian- ity personified. The statistical bureau at Wash- ington informs us that there are forty people in the United States with annual incomes of one mil- lions of dollars. While we are perfectly willing to stand for a search, we would not willingly exchange places with any one of the favored forty. A dog tuneral was recently held in St Louis at a cost of $500. The deceased pup, i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 18 December 1914

''? a I.., ,.. Am, JMMWtMM aaBHKiScrJa yiMmsfn i- IVTi n L& A. K :i. ,A IB,' When You Remember that I am still writing polices and represent some of the best companies in the United States. Do You Need Some? HAVE YOU INSURED YOUR COTTON? MONEY TO LOAN ON FARMS Jacob Bartlett, LOCAL and PERSONAL Toys and holiday gopds at Ed. Heinsohn's. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Ben Wernli, a girl. Born, to Mr, and Mrs. Henry Schmidt, a boy. Christmas Oranges and Apples at Ed Heinsohn's. The little son of Mr. and Mrs. OttoPeschel is reported to be quite sick. resh supply of fruitcake lentsjust received at the itary Grocery, e are indebted to Mrs. J. B, Knighc for the price of a year's subscription. . The Perils of Pauline to-night, admission 5c & 10c don't miss it. M. T. Traylor on route 1 out of here, added his name to our sub- scription list Wednesday. A full line of Del Monte fruits and preserves are now on hand at the Sanitary Grocery. ' Casper Shults has our thanks for financial assistance i...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 18 December 1914

B f (3& r VU" ( CTHWWWi(lltl'W'''l(ii i wtftWrMl1llWbftttfaWWiW r wlMBmroea'ri MKBSS The Drug Business Has its tips and downs just as does any other busi- ness. We make a special effort to keep it up to the highest standard. We have what you need when you are ill and keep what you want when you are well. . No what it is in a first-class drug store you need we have it. We want to stress our line of Up-to-date Toilet Articles, Ready-Prepared Remedies, Stationery, Books, Inks, Etc. We Have What You Need. UP-TO-DATE DRUG STORE The REXALL Store. Bartlett, Texas. LOCAL NEWS. J. R. Wade has our thanks for annual dues. Highest market price paid for hogs Jenkins. Amos Perrett and family visit- ed relatives at Lilac last week. Is your liver inactive? Liv-ver-lax will wake it up. Condra & Blair. Mr. Tom Brown and Miss Dora Tolbert of Davilla were recently married. Liv-ver-lax relieves all ills of the Liver and Stomach, Get it from Condra & Blair. Mr. 0. Durantof Okmulgee. Okla., is...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 18 December 1914

f &m '- iff , :' - i MM f. ' w . Br , 1 1 in ui frptwu'rftMWWH iniuuwiiiiiwiwiiiiiwhTjiii tA ffiiDMOiBMWiiiiaiii wiW wwmi 1rtiMWl''pWMlil'ii'ii''MiimiTn-i'-mirwlf irtrTlliiirwlniiriiiiilMiiiiiinriiii nf"nrliinimrt-,nrTnn'fl-" -n-r --r r nTmriii rtm i i r- . mV-h-t rrr-rTrrn " nviwrii irt'-nrr r " r"- i m tin i i1 n 11 i it n"nmhniii0ilmfiiiiiiiiMiiiinnwiiiiiiiMiii TO THE GUARDS With the best things to eat for Christmas that it is possible to as semble, and the prices are not ad- vanced by -the war. No previous records show the extensive variety that we are now showing, from the soup course to nuts and sweetmeats; and nothing has been overlooked that will make the Christmas dinner just what you would have it. Give us your order early, and get selections and service satisfactory to both you and ourselves. Powntree Bros "If Its to Eat We Have It.' Phones 58 and 76. 1 i : i To Our Friends i mj anauisco mers: y Wewishyoueach and' and everyone the hap- piest returns of the diiy-, and ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 18 December 1914

. -- teK j isau r aaFeaaaliiniaiMia!ioiiniaaiMiiijawiMtiaaawai " .t m I . ? W f 'J h appy Christmas isSSHr : x To all my friends sand customers. I thank you for your patronage in t h e past and hope to have a fair share of your future business Come to see. me next season. I will be ready f orgyou. G. D. Hair A Happy Xmas We appreciate the patron age of our friends and cus tomers and extend to all our beat wishes for a happy and joyous Ohristmastide. We want to see you all dur- ing'the coming year. mu 1111 .;' - I ei'ifhartn'in nnrr ,fV womoi hioii "" Uompany Saab?' $tytti $latt Br WW, fcJBACH' inuax. H BeUM 1 with ks'd cease, " sighed Xosle far "Msyhe he be sift," mid tke kroth- or, as he lasted earerully tke afray t fruit arraaged wltk suok a kelldfcy air in the narrow wtadow of kla shoo "He seme If he net atek Tea wait, Stanly waa ao forget" Hat Mail a la aalte of her hrotker's e4earaging Words keeae rory lma- Bt nlly ike started la search of the Mad Mead, wko i aoaa ether Mian th...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 18 December 1914

rll m u wpwwtwwiWjy wwwwuiii.mi iian.nw,wnlni.mi 'UMhi iitii,frtfiiiminiiiMiMwgifri,"i.wMdttwwgiMu f 'Cannrt in fAtt1Mri1 TCHy Hefclth fflcer Temple ! Fare Strict Hon Mayor and City Council, Bartlett, TexaB: " Gentlemen -I, A. Beckmann. City Health Physician, herewith beer leave to Submit my monthly report. Since the first day of October from fifteen to twenty cases of diptheria were reported tome, all of which are doinpc well and out of danser ; with the excep- tion of one case, -which resulted fatally. The parents of some of those patients were not able to pay for "the antitoxin, but with the kind assistance of some of our citizens I collected $24, the price for the amount of antitoxin used, which relieved me of the burden of paying for same, as I had guar- anteed its payment. In connection with the fore- iroinpr I wish to reebmmend the advisability of the creation of a charity fund, either by the city, or by an association of citizens, for the purpose of assisting the poor, sick ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 18 December 1914

M i nilr ..faj jiiii-wnwmiiiiiiii'iiiM a There was' never a time when practiced gifts we re more suitable to give than this yeaur. Thegifts we suggest would be welcome and they would serve to remind the one who wears it of the giver. These gifts are isef il aund most needed and to this is a season when your mony will go the fartherest as everything will be cheaper this Xrri'as than ever before. Christmas Hand- kerchiefs, Danti- afid than evfcr s Our stock is complete, not " a missing item, and by far the prettiest we have ever shown in handkerchiefs, an additional attractive feature is those put up in boxes ready for giving. Be sure to see these Handkerchiefs that we have displayed. 2 in a box 35c. 3 in a box 75c. These are just a few we mention HOUSE SLPPERS FOR XMAS There is nothing that is more useful than a pair of house slippers. We have them in al- most any color. The "Comfy" Felt slipper in Blue, Pink, and grey all sizes. Regular $1.50 SALE PRICE $1.20. The felt Juliett, Fur ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 25 December 1914

.w $S& ribnut I 'it , L ' ,J 7' ft. ' .; - . ...v r A'" M 'Vv'.jlF , K r W Vi ' il AND NEWS & F. CATES, Editor and Proprietor BARTLETt, WILLIAMSON COtJNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, DEC. 25. 1914., $1.00 Per Year VOL. XXIX. NO. 27 efte tsmm i -itm i I.. i m !! ' - - ' - - ' "" " Improving Gas Plant Temple, Dec, 22. -Henry M. Wallace of Detroit, Mich., pres- identofthe Temple Gas Light Company andjhead of a corpor- ation owning gas plants at Cor- pus Christi and Waxahachie. is In the city inspecting the local Jlant and arranging for exten- give additions and improvements to commence at an early date. While iti Texas Mr. -Wallace will investigate the natural ga3 field at Mexia and other places in Limestone County with the end in view of constructing a pipe line to Temple. He Ib also committed to the proposition of th6roughly pros- pecting the territory surround ing Temple witn an iaea oi mo- covering another gas field, as indications of the presence of oil and gas are pienuim iiem Jiere ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 25 December 1914

Vr The Tribune And News CE5 FRIDAY. DEC. 25, 1914 There is peace in stent Pres- ident Wilson lias declared truce alter truce and that spells peace. Every little movement has a meaning of its own. Events that are now transpiring have Meanings that are worthy of distinctive notice. Oh, well, life is too short to worry over such trifles as short change or anything else that counts for prosperity when the coin of the realm is in evidence. The unemployed and hungry mechanics are now taking timo by the forelock and demanding and purloining the necessities of life. There is reason to believe that something is rotten .in Den- markand America. Fashion Note: Although rather early, the Signal is glad to print on advance notice regarding the clothes for men next spring and summer. We do this that all may have time to provide a fash- ionable stock of wearing apparel. In hats nothing will be worn ex- cept dingy straw, Fly specks will bo in vogue on the hats and faded bands will predominate. One-p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 25 December 1914

BHi If a IP LvejR to M . 0 :Tp? W"e are very grateful for o I fM ,1 '(Copyright, by "W. G. Chapman.) qw . - . , tCW g s ) . ' W tmSitfS AZ? j. fOIHT irantSBii X think thoy were' callea the "Jlaud Muller." I've read, nil" these plft-clBarJok;s. J know I mudi'Jfiad' them hereafter; Please wilt or the place for tho laugh- , fer. . - - " 3on' errlie!' 'But she", bought them her- , self,, . ' - - I krfow how ho talked to tho dealer She looked at each, box on the shelf And spoke of the v.'rappei"as "peeler." beautlfuMooltlnfc were they r think they were called, the "Maud i 'Muller." 'Of course you think now of hay I Unless, as I was, you are duller. jDon't erln! They wore Kilt and red bands, And really looked quite artistic. (Sho says that she now understands '' Why smoking has charms that are j ' mystic. . "jBh says that It's cheerlhe to see i rfow much as 1 smoke. I enjoy them. IX know you are choking with glee And think that I"; wished to destroy ! " "them. ' I - ' " V How, wait! Well,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 25 December 1914

r,'i ,";"'-, tH ' ". '' ' ". . ' ."'"r". '. I. '". " .',; ""' ' " "I" mint i.m I I - ' ' " " - " ' ' ' . . . - ......,. , , , , .. . The Tribune And News .,.? r FRIDAY. DEC. 25. 1914 J-TTii'i mij'iiiiij. "" '' ". i'ii 'i i"'i'i 1 1 1 ' ibi i Ti" imi"; "'"' 'iiii'iil n'i i ''m-" i--j To Our Readers. The joyous Christmas season has arrived, bearing upon its srest tho beautiful motto of -Peace on Earth and Good Will Toward Men." This day marks the resurrection of ono Jesus Christ, the son of God, who was .sent to redeem the world, but who was cast out,! denied and crucified. With His departure from animate to spiritual life He and His apostles left, a record of rules and prophecies. Among these He left ten commandments to tho inhabitants of the earth ali of which sparkle with wisdom, fairness and justice. One of these specifies that His children should have faith, hope and chnrity, telling us that the latter is tho greatest of them all. The Tribune believes in that brand of faith which...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 25 December 1914

fl lyfl ? . u 1 1 in in ii in ii ....... : . r -1 ' ' ' '" ' " ' ' "' ' " "' -- .. .. r-J....r. nT-n -MM .-. , . i- . -.. . .-' . i ....... -- . . -i.m mivMim.imm-..,.mm. -.-- . .-- -f " -i F. i .1 1 Wt, . i.n -ritMh,-. ,,. wnH.twOii JM 1 Aw.. "-'- "WHBB nHam .fgr. jS-a .y ' ' W J-l HMMH When You Think of a ft V '$"1 s Remember, still writing polices and represent some, of the best companies in the United States. Do You Need Some? HAVE YOU INSURED Y0URC0TT0N? MONEY TO LOAN ON FARM Bartlett, LOCALand PERSONAL Mr. -. 'P. 3oaey of Sealy is a guest in the Gates home during the holidays.! ' Mrs, J. T. Bartlett and child- ren of Bishop, are here tospehd the holidays with relatives. Mr. una Mrs. 0. E. Faubian left Wednesday for Leander "where they will spend the hoii- dayb with relatives. FOR RENTA residence di- rectly north of the Mutual Lum- ber 'Co. Apply- to Chas. Bolding. Miss Gladys Matthews is. at home from Wa$ahachie to spend) the holidays " -Mrs. . Alice , XJallman returned home t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 25 December 1914

"X- SZM To Digest Xmas Dinner WITH DUE APPRECIATION For the past patronage tendered us, we take this opportunity of wishing all our friends and custo- mers a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. CONDRA & BLAIR UP-TO-DATE DRUG STORE The REXALL Store. Bartlett, Texas. aBaHgra;BKifi3affl3giaHBBBigBCgsgggsffl3 LOCAL NEWS. f-Bdohsnaatsa Mrs. t". T.', iV.P US WHS . m ' jhhvwv' 3neoaDoy9i. Paul $ifets; MrTlXlJurant returned to his home at Summit, Ok., Monday. Highest market price paid ' for hogs Jenkins. P, W. Bisclioff of McGregor, was here last Saturday on a bus- iness mission. Joe Reese returned Tuesday from Texas City to spend the holidays with the home lolks. E. Haase was here Monday from near Holland and paid this office a pleasant social and busi- ness visit. Is your liver inactive? Liv-ver-lax will wake it up. Condra & Blair. Ltbgidg!ff relieves all ills of id Stomach, Get it & Blair. ; i thliivofSchwertner w here Saturday, en'route home fiom Georgetown. Air. and Mrs. ...

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