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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 15 January 1915

tii y! , III ll ll If k " r u ' " ; ' '' f-n " g"T 1 i '. II ' p !.' a L - ? " " r. r r ',r .j htf J" ',! 1 Tl kl Best Garage bo Obtained at the BARRETT GARAGE If your car is not working exactly right, why let some inex- perienced workman "tinker" with it? Wo have as- good auto mechanics as can bo found outside the cities and our work costs you no more than inferior kind. And remember We Positively Guarantee Satisfaction Let us fix your car the next time it is "sick" We are prepared to vulcanizing and do it promptly Let us furnish you with Gasoline, Lubricating Oil, Cup Grease, Etc. fORD Cars in Stock Complete stock of fORD Parts TELEPHONE 161 ASK ILIEFFOif T FARMER TENAN COTTOH POOL-kT-r Sp MA - A DISASTER T,me ,s Mney i m wifc - f tr a s m 4 im Declined Choice Office. Temple, Tex. Dan G. Wilson, of this city, assistant cashier of a local banking institution, has establiahed a record by refusing a choice State appointment un- der the administration of Gover nor-elect Ferguson, havi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 15 January 1915

d 't .t, & o i fi: i$r m m . . i When You WANT We Have It Shingles Lime Cement Paints Screens Lumber Lath Doors Blinds Glass Galvanized Sash We are still in a position to ac commodate our friends. Call and see us. Mutual Lumber Co The Covered Yard The Tribune ' - And News V 'J "-, FRIDAY, JAN. 15. 1915 .1 UI,J , , 1 . The European war eas not yet ted our appetite. Tak? happiness. The world is sadtenough without your woes. General V. Carranza of Mex- ico1, reminds us of Genera G. "Washington of the United States of America they are so differ- ent by inclination. c Our exchanges will please note tlwe scarcity of patent medicine jWoetrums in these columns. This item, is not intended as a rebuke; ft is a j&ral lesson. In the death of Sampson Con- nell, which occurred in an Aus- tin sanitarium last Sunday, Wil- liamson county loses one of its old landmarks and a noble and loyal citizen. Mr. Connell had served his county in various offi- cial capacities and had, in every instance,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 15 January 1915

r W u,fi O FRIDAY :U WE WILL FOR TURKEYS ' H A H I H I k 1 IL M 22 PAY 1 2ic "O'!' 1 y & my - .i kW - r- W - OF i V tv 9 i2c for Hens, 9 i2c for Fryers, not over 2 pounds, 7c for all Young Roosters and Stags, 17 i2c for Old Roosters, Butter and hggs Highest Market Price. , WHITE PRODUCE MPANY KOEPKEBROWN BUILDING PHONE 29. laiycanfftiiuurunaiiiM BISHOP HcCOY OF ALABAMA WILL PREACH IN BARTLETT Bishop McCoy wilt preach at the First Methodist church Sun- day at both the morning and evening hours. Bishop McCoy is recognized .as'one of the great ileaders in the Methodist pulpit, and 'you will miss a great opportunity if you fail to hear him preach. .Tlsmember the date, Sunday, January JTTth. J, B. BERRY, Pastor. .LOCALand PERSONAL iPerils ofiEauline tonight. ' ..-?':. Pay your poll tax; now. , iZ. '0. Ponder was a TayJor ws-; ator yesterday. t J. W. iBucch was a Kemple Visitor yesterday. .Mr. jE. W. Curling was'on the .sick ilist this week. . . Mt?s. J. .S. Hair of Heliand, 5 was , h...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 15 January 1915

' U 'I ."' W'r t. IK Peeling Good? Of course you are feeling GOOD after the Christmas festivities. But why not go a little further and feel good THE REST OF TELE YEAR? It's easy, when you know how. Just keep in touch with.your drug-gist--"he knows"--and a few cents occa- sionally will do it. CONDRA & BLAIR UP-TO-DATE DRUG STORE ho RFYAi I Q RarHoU Tpvac. !jll I41-W 4UI- UIVIV! -. ,.x, . ,.v. I LOCAL NEWS. 5 Miss Virgio Bell visited in Granger Monday. A. R. Grosse left Wednesday for Mason for a week's visit with the home folks. The Busy Bee Lunch Room will tree your good fresh eggs at the highest market price , Messrs. Mercer and Hollis ' Allen were here on a visit from Granger Sunduy. Herbert Cates of the Jarrell Yiew, was confined to his home here Friday and Saturday on account of illness. " Mr. T. J. Hunt, who lives a 'ifey?, miles east of town, was a pleasant caller at this office dur- ing the week and paid his an nual dues. .Isjyour liver inactive? Liv-ver-lax will wake it u...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 15 January 1915

&T T WWr t1'1 '. vr ,' ' ' n til ( a ft, , t D J ..' k .r - f ! ... O r J Wfo " rr f I'i 1 te&- Sixty Thousand Seek Bids Austin. Jan, S.'-Sixty thous-i and applications for invitations to' Governor Ferguson's inaugu- ral'bail have been received ac- cording to Adjutant General Henry Hutchings of the citizens' committee in charge of arrange- ments for the ball, and lie says that number is a conservative estimate. Only 8.000 invitations have been printed. In order to meet the unusual large number of requests for invitations, an additional order for printing in- vitations probably will be issued. Indications are that the Fergu- largest attended in the history of Texas. Cameron Store Sold Rockdale. Jan. 8 The Henno & Myer Company at this place has purchased the business of the Hefley Hardware Company of Cameron. The business was established by John Hefley in the early eighties. Since his death in 1003 it continued under the firm name until it went into the hands of receivers ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 15 January 1915

YmC UWY SUS- TAINS BROKEN ANKLE Onlasfc Saturday Writ at he? home,- a'few miles west of Bart- lett., Miis 'Irva Robertson sus " tained a broken ankle through the antics of an. unruly horse. Miss Robertson, with an escort, "was! 'preparing to visit with . neighbors, and just as the young lady1 had stepped in the vehicle the horse made a lunge, jerking Hhe lines from the young man's ' hands. After a furious run of about one hundred yards, Miss Robertson leaped from the buggy with the result stated above. MRTLETT BANKS . v, .. r i-i..." HAVE MEETING. r,, ; r: Two Trains Discontinued. .' Mo'1 . . Temple, Tex., Jan. 12. -Two important paseenjjer trains have been discontinued on the main lines of the Missouri Kansas and "Texas Railway Company, the 'the change becoming effective SUnday, Jan. 10, when trains tyo3. 7 and 8, known as "to-the-rriinute" trains, were taken out of service. Local offices were unable to say whether the change was intended to be permanent. The-fichedule of other pas...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 22 January 1915

! f . ) 4) . ' -1 i ' !'- AND NEWS R. $VCATES, Editor and Proprietor BAETLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDAY. JAN. 22, 1915. $1.00 PER Year. VOL. XXIX. NO. 31 JV, I ! ,. V: --3.V hi VAV V j - 1' S-X .?( ft i'" i '? I fc' r , -r ,? It1 L-.4t' W.i .;-? :? Ktt V,t.t 2 1&J. 1i rui M ; .-, iu BISHOP McCOY : SP9KE SUNDAY y At'Jaoth niorning and evening iserviqes at the First Methodist church last Sunday the worship ers, were inspired by two master- fui discourses, delivered b y -Bishop McCoy, of Birmingham, 'Ak,Ji the' beloved leader of ,ti Southern Metdodist3. ( Weather conditions ,vere not all that could be desired, but de spite that fact there was a com-1 w iortable audience at the morning service, and at the evening hour ('. seating capacity of the edi- , ,'fice was taxed with worshipers, 'ii; ph:both occasions the Bishop's ,H ligious ifeast of reason and a flow m: ; jpf Christian eloquence. y&u, ifyMovriitis address the gentleman vJ.Tt'' ' sboke a few words reeardincrthe l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 22 January 1915

' ! J WBJUJS iWl "J ,. 11 . " ( 1S wi ' i.n ICT-' , i- .fc,iVl . 47 CW.V. JJ'tvS1 ;'V,; ;. '.f - v . . ', -.- V, Wr j a4- ". fey .' ' u . 3. v . !' ' '.' s i' -.i- , . V ' t? TA ' ' . K ' !( : THE DEVIL Hates A Drug Store Because he knows the drug is the foun- tain of youth, and as long as you keep in touch with it you will retain your health irid will have less desire to seek conso- lation in acts which please His Majority of Vthe Cloven Hoof. It pays to see the druggist "every little white." He knows how to keep you feel- ing "just fine." Leather man Drug Co Bartlett, Texas At the request of manyof his friends, the editor of theTrib uno has consented to be a can- didate for flotorial representa- tive to the legislature from the counties of Williamson and Bur net. A special election has been ordered for Tuesday, February 2, and the successful candidate will complete the unexpired term of the lamented Sampson Connell, who has been called to a merci- ful judgment by the death angel. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 22 January 1915

1 '4f .) ' P&ii , . I h- ' f? .i tf fr ' , !, rfr 1,4. l l vf I'f t, &, r . a I i Ik lUie Best est - Service Can be Obtained davi I ll I i uninvji If your car is not working exactly right, why let some inex- perienced workman "tinker" with it? We have as pood auto mechanics as can be found outside the cities and our work costs you no more than inferior kind. And remember We Positively Guarantee Satisfaction Let us fix your car the next time it is "sick" . We are prepared to vulcanizing and do it promptly Let us furnish you with Gasoline, Lubricating Oil, CupJIrease, Etc. FORD Cars in Stock Complete stock of f ORDIParts TELEPHONE 161 Densonville Dots "High" TracKjTeam To the Tribune: I haven't seen anything from here in a long time, and am writing to let you know we are still on the map. We have a good Sunday school organized the 19th of last April. We have a good attendance each Sunday and had a nice Chrismas tree Dec. 24th. The thanks of the school is due Reed Turner, Mr. a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 22 January 1915

UTi iJV? '" ' j f ' 1 1 u f 0 " " . ' rt i .. . 1 v J ! f N fir .i .i rn; Hi " ife & i lt 1 '111 '. XX , i i . v,-q -) ' ' i r :& r;; tc ', -1$, r V3 M ,i The Tribune VAnd,News ess FRIDAY. JAN: 22. 1915 , ' Bartlett is to have a baseball tmm this season. If the boys can procure a winning team they certainly have our consent. It can bo depended upon that 1 Bartlett's cotton buyers will do their best toward paying the , inarket price. Give them a ,L chance. They will meet compe- tition all the time. It seems to be the generally accepted belief that a man may lie; he may steal; he may short- weight or short-change, and he may charge illegal interest and still be a gentleman. But should jae be so- unfortunate as to owe any man a debt he is at once 1 branded as a scoundrel. '' in his brief and somewhat - excited career this editor has had occasion to attend many de- lightful conventions and social functions. But the inauguration -of Gov. Ferguson at Austin on Tuesday was the clim...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 22 January 1915

1 ft. ,h - 1 tf . M. M A V ' ( ,v r I T, V) i'e r M Avtf rf V i" r f H . p fU Jt . v K. In h . ty h$'r4 Itfffl f .;u l?.f-v JK. ?. t !K P It Kr hv i 'i '. 1 ' S -o ilK ivr v,k (' BV ' J !1 k9' w tHinH nil iliti ' iH.li aim'r '-- LOCAL.nd PERSONAL , WH Buchanan of Jarrell was' : here yesterday. . Chtfs. Battels was jn Taylor Wednesday on business. J Rock Saft at The Gersbach- Wacker Co. ' ' Jack Felton has ordered the Tribune sent to his mother at Dalhart, E. T. McGee of Edna, Kansas, is here On a visit to his brother, R, L. McGee. FOR RENT Good residence close to business section. Four rooms and hall. Apply to G. A. Jesse, Bartlett. tf J. D. Bel) spent several days jn Corpus Ohristi the past week. Carlie Rowntree was among the number who attended the in augural ceremonies. Mrs.RoRerMcCartyand young Bon of Austin, are guests f her father, J. D. Bell and family. 1 Flour is our specialty. We have it at prices to suit. . The Gersbach-Wacker Co. , W. 0. Stovall was here yes- terday from ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 22 January 1915

"Ml-i n , if V ''. t u it ., i,yf. M! ti gvtfr i&, ?'.v! jA v$? V! ---vV. . si- a t ! T III II ! H ,( Feeling Of, course you are feeling GOOD after the Christmas festivities. But why not go a little further and feel good THE REST OP THE YEAR? It's easy, when you know how. Just keep in touch with your drug- gist--"he knows"-and a few cents occa- sionally will do it. CONDRA & BLAIR UP-TO-DATE DRUG STORE The REXALL Store. Bartlett, Texas. LOCAL NEWS. Mr3. Ed. Bolding was on the sick list this week.. H. T. Blair made a hurried business trip to Temple last Saturday. J. D. Hair went to Austin on Tuesday to see "Goy. Jim" take the oath of office. Liv-ver-lax relieves all ills of the Liver and Stomach, Get it from Condra & Blair. Adolph Schwertner of Sch- vtertner, was in town Tuesday en route to attend the inaugura- tion ceremonies at Austin. Lynn Bartlett went to Austin Saturday where he has enrolled as a student in the Walden Bus- iness College. Bishop McCoy of Birmingham, Al...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 22 January 1915

v a 'j Lffh kf , , !"vt" i. - , .fl.yr .!VH -,ft-fn 4 . "tf y i cm lr' -' I.' V" rt d S ..-C" ft -.. 1 -1 i1,' tf& ,. ti . : " -it V", w rf a " . Ttmpl Hotel is inrocd. Temple Tex., Jan. 16- In a fire of unknown origin Which destroyed the Park Hotel here this ,morning, one man probably lost' his life.and several persons, including woman and children, buffered more or less serious burns and injuries., or had nar- row escapes. E, G. Crews, telephone oper- tatoriti the hotel, was burned 'terribly, and while taken to a hospital alive, was not expected 'tp survive. The hotel was a three-story frame structure and was a total 'loss, with all furnitur.e as well as"peronal affects of the guests. The loss is estimated at 10,000. Crews Dies ol Injuries. Temple, Texss, Jan. 15. E. C. Crews, the telephonb fire chief burned in the fire that destroyed the Park Hotel this morning, succumbed to his injuries this afternoon. He was cons:ious to the last and executed his will. 4io Full Moon in Febr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 22 January 1915

'f I' i ' ! H I j ) esi tl : f d 'tCV """, t-'r-t'-. ,, ', I " ' ' u A Record Breaking ir, , w"! (l . IPS' 7 ' fc Li' v "i f X' , ' - fi f ' I' ' IJ i l .1 145 . I t I j; ?'", ,ra WILL LAST FOR FIFTEEN DAYS ONLY CLEARANCE SALE Don't Forget the Place ST. LOUIS STORE embracing Clocks, uits, Shoes. Men's rd Boy's Clothing, Trunks, Comforts, Blankets, Dry Goods, Etc. at prices thst will assure a sensation for underpricing. Every article in oir store will be sold regardless of cost or value at prices representing a saving of from 30 per cent to 50 per cent to the pirchauser. THE BIG SALE NOW GOING ON .Space and lack of time prevents our naming all the prices, hut you can come here expect- ing to find GENUINE BARGAINS sund you won't be disappointed. u. Shoe Prices Gone to Smash Our line cannot be be beat for iiualfty' or in price anywhere. Ladie's, men's and children's shoes in all leading brands such as Hanan, Beacon, Ralston, Peters and other leading branc's. We are cutting - the price ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 29 January 1915

AND NEWS fc.;'F"..CATES, EDITOR and Pbopiuetor BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDAY, JAN. 29, 1915. $1.00 Pen YEAn. VOL. XXIX. NO. 32 ' STOCK COMPANY : FOR BASEBALL i " I gfe r"rr: . '- v I :i. t. i i 1 I it. hi r t 'f I til A L ri r v '; t'lAsb Friday afternoon a meet- ,,ipK of baseball fans was held r"iM it was decided to organize a .'ck company to take over the jkrtlett franchise in the Middle "sJTexs 'League. The company is io be capitalized at $1,500, and diyided into sixty shares of $25 jeach. Twenty-eight shares were subscribed at the meeting and a Committee was appointed to sell the remainder. The meeting selected the fol- lowing officers who will probably tie continued in office by the per- manent organization after it is incorporated: E. M. Wilson, 'president; Fred Montgomery, Vice-president; J. D, Blair, secre- taflfir.er'; Carlie Rowntree, league 'fTjjJicsjuui.ive. . ., T, R. Vinson was engaged te ' rhanaee the team for 1915 and will immediately begin securing recr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 29 January 1915

'. AH H3 VAv" V ,rm- 7" - h k h O I1 - I LI U .' v . VI WHY GET SICK? It is easier to keep well and costs you less The main- thing is to pay reasonable attention to your diet, chase the poisonous secreations out of your system, taveid colds and grippes, and take an occasional 'tonic to keep the blood flowing properly through your arteries. You'll find everything you need right here at this drug store, and often a few cents will brace you up and put the Spring of life into you. Leather man Drug Co Bartlett, Texas Talk peace and prosperity. ,' There is nothing so strong, or sn safe, in anv emergency of Br. ; T lft n AimnlA vi.l-M 15,.. ' lixv ixa oiuim'c uutiii Don't forget that it will soon be time to plant those shade trees. Help make a future beau- tiful Bartlett. . This editor returns thanks to .Representative Howard Bland ior the House Journal, thereby enabling us to keep tab on the 'doings of the legislature, It certainly does oay to adver- tise. In our last issue a sub- V '" 's...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 29 January 1915

H !5S - ' ' ' ' ' - '". " '''' -'"' ' ' " mi"! It ' '! C( 1 ' 1 t-J Jfc Iff. in fc; '. r-: rw '.- ?v r 4 VISITED AT HOME .V ' FROM AUSTIN. ' representative Howard Bland of Williamson,cou ity is visitinR home folks in Taylor today, be- excused from the session of Thirty-Fourth legislature at Austin yesterday, on account of being slightly indisposed threat- ened with lagrippe. Col. Bland declared that he is satisfied with the work accom- plished by the Legislature last week and that they arc really down to work now, the com- mute rooms being full for the best part of the day. "It seems to be the general census of opinion of the legisla- tors at Austin," d clared Col. Bland, "to let alone the follies and foibles and to pass some real valuable legislation, and I be- lieve we will be successful to a reasonable extent. Everyone was highly pleased with Mr. Fergu- son's message and this is a fac- tor that favors the possibility of good work." Taylor Press. - ' ! Elgin Banll Cashier Quits El...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 29 January 1915

stWQPiJKr&wEw ,n'3r"wiP w t l 4 ',4 ' 'XI '-' V $' l i u i H D v B. -r .-t , Js I'. A h r '-: b I ' "i ' ', tt'" E& JW r W- fr r in I; if if t i.- , f u i. n "k p . th,e Tribune And News Friday, jan. 29. 1915 "' frj."1 Since their capture o a youth ful bank robber ttie Houston de- tective department is swelled up like a toy balloon. When our wants and desires multiply more rapidly than does our means for their gratification the end of the rope is slipping its last strand through our grap- pling fingers. The Canadian-American Loan Co., which has been advertising money to loan at 2 and 4 per cent in the state, is in trouble. Secret service men laid a snare for the head gink at Dallas and on Tuesday the net ensnared him. Uncle Samuel has him charged with fraudulent use of the mails. Ex-Governor Colquitt has an- nounced for the United States senate, to occupy the seat that has been held with signal credit by Senator Culberson. It is al- most too early to made predic- tions, but ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 29 January 1915

rT Jp - Mi ;',iWit.-?"fw u " ' t '.. , l li :r imn? , W- ' ' '. . ill?-' M-' ff. Uf.f: s r if. '...i'V A I' " - , y .-. p f, -. - X'P ' '- r H'.' ',:& &.- 'i LOCAL and PERSONAL Dick Poyner of Waco was hero this week on business. Messrs, J. V. Morris, Allen Duncan and A. F. Taylor were Waco visitors Tuesday. D. L. Pennington made a bus- iness trip to Belton Tuesday. An enclosure of $4 for sub- scription from Dr. A Kuhn of PfliiRervilIe, is ' acknowledged with many thanks. The great series of motion pic- tures, "Exploits of Elaine," will begin at the Crescent Theatre on Tuesday, Feb. 9th. liobt. Rowntree was in George town Wednesday on business. 0. L. Shultz real estate dealer of Taylor was here Tuesday on business. " G. W. Haire of Granger was here Monday on business. E. C. Haeber made a business trip to Jarrell Wednesday. If you want to buy teams and tools, and rent 100 acres of land 2 miles east of Granger. See Chas.. Bolding, rt. 1, Bartlett. It Elder D. F. Draper of Georg...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 29 January 1915

"7. iv .r i u ? '. . v T? vfl- ( f . . A-"' r l t iT 1 j- cf' n,s ik". ". . p r, U . Built Their Classroom. I 7 mwi ..; .'-if &vJ ;-fl 4i ffS. ss. uiC " " .J? It Stands That when you are sick you need medicine; it also stands to reason, that you want what your prescription calls for; we keep that kind of medicines, not "something just as good." Wo don't believe in the latter saying when dealing with our customers, and with our long experience as a pre- scriptionist, we guarantee that your prescription will bo rightly compounded, just what the doctor calls fort no more, no less. Our drugs are the purest and best to be had. When you want Sundries of ANY kind, we are sure you 'Will find just what is needed if you inspect our stock. We ' are not bragging in what we the FACTS. Become our customer during 1915, and be con- Vinced that we mean what we say. CONDRA & BLAIR UP-TO-DATE DRUG STORE The REXALL Store. Bartlett, Texas m LOCAL NEWS. C. C. Bailey spent Sunday in Temple, Mrs. P...

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