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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 19 February 1915

'o -, " A V r i J i . ftPUFUTFK'M Bill ft i ocicniccn dillo t N BY GRAND Jl w ij.i s-i -) -- a M Ml II I'll III iirwnri TrlWlM"lQfr Jinininn""""il)ll ml IF J' ,i W n &. " i $.. ' Ji KMfc" , I FT; ip i 'c i1 - r r- ,v 1 Aw yr m IfSSr M r" m i U I?1 &. solve H y solved once ! , , for all by Calumet For dally use in millions of kitchens has proved that Calumet Is highest not only in ?ualiiy but in Uanjtning poivtra.3 well un- ailing In results pure to the extreme and wonderfully economical in use. Ask your grocer. And try Calumet next bake day. Received Highest Awards VuU'i P.r Food Eiy,iti. aiu,o,nL Piri EipU tiu. Fruce, nirct, U12. iri?55Sf7 I Tm ln!l u HHi lt ro lay cVn r Ik-ai I IkUqmJir. DM'tWniiM. B.rOluwt. If, I iwi tiioBKiI Br Wnwr-jit u but railtf. I Clmrt b (if cwrir U Mr Milk u i &. H Notice. All those that I have sold mil- let to, will please come and get same. I also have a few more bushels for sale. 3t pd Gordon Lewis. SHOOTING AFFAIR PROVED SERIOUS Temple, Fe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 19 February 1915

Ji' tv cK an V The Tribune And News FRIDAY. FEB. 19. 1915 Tn n BiifTrnD'ctto sDeech a lad: of Cleveland asked to be shown a man who dared to oppose that movement. Nay. nay, Arabella! Not on your bachelor button. As a peace advocate Andrew Carnegie at prpsent ranks as a fourth rater. On the endow- ment nwroosition Andy is imbued with a purpose to die poor at some other fellow's expense. ' Sitting: upon a mountain of crold in the desert of Sahara does not quench thirst when no water is in sight; and a pile of national bank notes will not relievo hun- ger when.no food can be bought. Moral: Get all the money on earth if you can. England now threatens to "re taliate" and cut off the food -snnnlv of Germany, for the rea son that the latter has UBed un- derwater methods of destruction. Sweet spiritsl If a loss of 200.- 000 lives on one battlefield h not retaliation enough, all the armies should retreat. In our next issue will be noted a poem from the pen of a porter on an English railway. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 19 February 1915

. X i f"V . -)' ) - a f V , " .'Y ,,-J --1 . v- Tf t W, " mi t I'V v.. tiv W-- wv'-o K A Jr' V. ' t ., '?, -i?j Evf- im. fi1. L M . M ! fc' & Jr it' I -Tiv fl.v m -. i '! LOCALand PERSONAL Mrs. Chaa Battels was report- ed quite oick this week. Mrs. Frank Kucera underwent a successful operation at the Kings Daughter's hospital in Temple TTuesday. Mr. Humphrey of Hutto was hero this week assessing taxes for Williamson county for Coun- ty Assessor Armstrong. Have you seen the great new picture. "The Exploits of Elaine if not see it next Tuesday. County Tax Assessor Wilson Armstrong of Williamson county waB a Bartlett visitor Wednes- day. J, M. Allen made a business trip to Temple Tuesday, return- ing home Wednesday. Messrs J. V. Morris and J. E. Condra made a business trip to Georgetown Tuesday, (Jail m and look at tne new spring goods being opened at Lawrence Bros. S. H. Sprouls made a basiness trip to Taylor Tuesday. The Ladies Aid of the Baptist church will hold their annual apr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 19 February 1915

.' 8 u '!?.,' 'fl ' v L" u u asiMi mn M - r -1 It Stands That when you are sick you need medicine; it also stand9 to reason, that you want what your prescription calls for; we keep that kind of medicines, not "something just as good." We 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 be rightly compounded, just what the doctor calls for, 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. Wo are not bragging in what we state here, but simply giving the FACTS. Become our customer during 1915, and be con- vinced that we mean what we say. K CONDRA UP-TO-DATE The REXALL Store. LOCAL NEWS. Reads the ads in this issue. a F. Bigeon made a business trip to Granger Friday. The train schedule on the Katy 1 is getting worse and worse. Mr. G. T. Moore of near Schwe...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 19 February 1915

w tttl ' cr ttTke If ' Best. Garage Service Can Always bo Obtained at tbe K , b I if. ft BARTLETT GARAGE If your car is not working exactly right, why let spmo inex- perienced workman "tinker" with it? We have as good auto mechanics as can be found outside the cities and our work costs you no more than inferior kind. And remember Vfe 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 16t Five Cents Postage for Letters to Germany Pending the resumption of dhect mail service between the United States and Germany, let- ters mailed in this country di- rected to Germany will require IfcL the Postal Union rate of 5 cents Blor the first ounce or fraction thereof, ana tnree cencs ior eucn additional ounce or fraction thereof. There is a 2 cent letter rate between the United States and Qe...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 19 February 1915

a - s V . i." .. I : ji n I, f t I,? . " r iM ' , V t V V r rW ; ton i HI .V,a .4 s,,nt 1. "' r 1 ' 'AC . '3 K'U r-r-.'. , :r. a in 4 - RklV KB'" firf-Tr.' !SV IV b r-4' k: I. - Ni " ; a ff-i i . e , AT THE CHURCHES; '' NEXT SUNDAY First Baptist Church Bible school 10 a. m. Preaching by the pastor at 11 k,in and 7:30 p. m. Morning theme, "The Full Mission of the Church of Christ" Evening hour. "The Sin of Seem ing Unbelief." Meeting of Ladies Auxiliary Monday 3:30 p m. For bible lesson, Isaiah, 15-2. Prayer meeting at Wednesday 7:30 p. m. The choir will probably give a Sacred Concert Sunday evening the 28th. A cordial welcome to all. J. C. Rhodes, Pastor. 4, 3D Methodist Church. We wiil have our regular ser vices Sunday at 11 a. m.,,and at 7:00 p. m. Regular Sunday School at 10:00 a. m. Theme for Morning: "Con- secration." I trust that you will hear this discourse as it ought to be very vital to all believers. Services at 7:30 p. ni. All ex- tended a most cordial invitation J. B. Be...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 26 February 1915

er IS f k. ,' CI ffoifattje 4 i i . 4 . AND NEWS ' 1 u : R. tf. CATES, Editor and Proprietor BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY, FEB. 26, 1915. $1.00 Per Year. VOL. XXIX. NO. 36 0$e .t' fft if. rjt V,f . w& n I' . ft H;y .A. t' ' V. "V St t i . WILD EXCITEMENT OVER OIL AT THRALL Thrall, Texas, Feb. 21st. -At t the shallow depth of 780 feet an oil gusher was brought in here at 9 o'clock this morning on the ' Fritz Fuchs farm, two miles ". south of this town. This after- ,noon the well gushed to a height of 120. The oil men are now at work capping the well. The product uf the well tests 30.10 per cent pure parafine oil. Work was begun upon the drilling "of the deep well here just a week ago. The cap rock was struck at 780 feet. This rock was only two feet in thick- ness and the drillers were oifly compelled to go a short distance " in the oil sand before the drill "V was lifted out of the well by the force of the oil and gas. Oil has been found here before in watdr. wells ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 26 February 1915

if C & -2 L, tV ' , (fA, ' r '- r! j t i The Tribune . And News FRIDAY, FEB. 29. 1915 Some people are born rich, a few are born wise and it some- times happens that one is born tacky. Brains and gold are not ki our-category. We prefer the iicky end of the list. To those of our youngsters who wish to know why the Am- erican Indians wore feathers' in r their hair we can assert that it was. for the same reason that ladies wear them in their hats. A 'running' battle was fought 'last Sunday in Jim Wells county between Mexican horse thieves ind Ameiican cattlemen. It is & waste of valuable space to ex- plain who won first prize in the "running." An American ship has been aunk in European waters. As the guilty parties - have not feeen apprehended the Washing- ton authorities have not yet de- termined to what nation they owe an apology. After forty years of "pulling the legs" of a critical and ad- miring public, Sarah Bernhart, "the divine" actress, was com- pelled to have her right...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 26 February 1915

" " 'V W7W! I t u , , -' , li I ? J J: !" If v it w. E3&' . & . 'SET 1 REPORT OF THE GRAND JURY Georgetown. Feb. 19, 1915. ' Hon. Chas. A. Wilcox, District JudRe. Dear Sir Pursuant to our in- structions we have inquired into all matters referred to us for ac- tion and into such violations of law as have come to our knowl- edge, and we beg to report that we have returned 17 indictments, 8 for felonies and 9 for misde- meanors. With the exception of gamb- ling we believe a decided im- provement in law observance in our county and local officers arc, with this exception, looking well after misdemeanor cases, as they should,do in all law violations. In this connection we believe that public morals are being in- fluenced and violations ot the gambling laws encouraged by the various "get something for nothing" trade schemes and lot- tery devices which .are being used in all most all lines of busi- ness. We recommend the strict enforcement of all lottery and gambling laws; and we a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 26 February 1915

Or K : i'U- , f t ti fts hi at . fi if w u The Tribune And News FRIDAY. FEB. 26. 1915 Extract from the daily papers: "Replying to the American note tho German government says:" (Continued on paee 17.) Thou ahalt not allow thy social pleasures or picture show duties to interfere with thy religious obligations Tribune version. IKEY PENDLETON SIGNED BY BARTLETT. Bartlett has now secured a manager now that knows the game, and not only this he knows a ball player when one come around this gentleman is no ot- her than Ike PendUton, who manager for Brenham last seas- on, and made a success of it too. he writes that he will bring with him Catcher Slaughter with Brenham last season, and ,the best on the circuit. Exhibition games with several SOME THEORIES ON SLEEP jVj. On. Is' That Slumber That Bobs One of Years qf Life la 8hnp!y a Bad Habit Notwithstanding that we have , LeaRue teamg wm be pIay, not as yet secured an option on land in the Thrall oil fiield, we still maintain our independenc...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 26 February 1915

; r J ;" -,wH ir-' j . , .fv,1 t HISS r Uj-. If... ' M'. ?. WP' r & ? Mj.' I! ' I1' LOCALand PERSONAL Read Lawrence Bros ad this Week. Bom, to Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Turner, twins, both girls. . Fred Chaudion is the new pos- sessor of a Ford. J.. M. Allen and daughter, Miss Ira Mae Allen were visitors in Granger yesterday. Messrs J, E. Condra. J. T. Stowart and Pete Turner were Temple visitors yesterday. Red Hodge Fencing the best and cheapest chicken and hog proof yard fencing on the mar- ket. See Mutual Lumber Co, T. S. Parker and family have moved into the Truehardt place south of J. M. Allen's. Mesdames Ford Alcus and El- dia Haire of Granger were guests of friends here yesterday. Lost White, bob-tailed, long earned bull dog, female. Reward notify this office. Joe Knight made a business trip to Temple yesterday. Lawrence Bros received a car load of new sgring dry goods from St. Louis this week. Little Master "Buck" Mc- ,Adams visited this office yester- day and distributed candy...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 26 February 1915

ft I w U ft jfi s . ;- 0 is . fii o A ? , 6.X( EA JViV V 5 I? M I- ff .'. fSr iwi , ' 0 1 It Stands That when you are sick yoii 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." We 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 be rightly compounded, just what the doctor calls for, 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 state here, but simply giving 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. LOCAL NEWS. W. Albercht was a Temple visitor Saturday. Edmond Heinsohn visited his parents, Mr. and M...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 26 February 1915

V MLi. V - hi "", ' I. ' w p" s 'A IfiS. H fTTke Best Garage Service Can Always be Obtained at the BARTLETT GARAGE If your car is not working exactly right, why let some inex- perienced workman "tinker" with it? We have as good 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 Gasoline7 Lubricating Gil, Cup Grease, Etc. FORD Cars in Stock Complete stock of EORD Parts TELEPHONE 161 Two Convictions Raymond Grayson, the young man recently convicted of horse theft, which occurred near Jarrell and given a two-year suspended sentence in the penitentiary, was adjudged insane in the county court before Judge Critz last Thursday. He will be sent to the insane asylum for treatment. Uathie Robinson, who Is jointly charged with her husband and Sam Bobinson, the latter haying b...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 26 February 1915

I & tfiwys 'ifrW' ""r U "'MHW "Zr a ' ? 'iffj . ' f, f f! ' ' -V: if ! i ' V l. ;i w u 1 11 l r f :S ft ' IM hi I ' i ' JH ' 1 ' ' 9 ( ' i ?. m n " ro , - y. Vt t . ' w s r v r,i. v .j- . t" ' at K i T An Appetizing Meal Everybody wants it. Everybody likes it. Everybody's looking for it. BUT You can't get it unless you have the right kind of Groceries. Get 'em HERE SANITARY GROCERY GO. A Few Dollars Spent in Insurance today may save you many Hdusands am ready to talk if yon are. JACOB ISAAC Fresh vegetables at Rowntree f,mJmWrwr -VHHUK. .,. " w nrn uvoru mqit ni Y W VW WIVJ ..UMJ, ($: : Last Chance at Our Big Reorganization THIS SALE CLOSES SATURDAY NIGHT. Our prices are rock bottom and Don't miss the last days of this saleBuy another good bill from us and get the $40 ing Machine absolutely free. Further reductions have been made in many lines. Cash & Country Produce 1 91 5 e twins Cash and Low Pices The credit habit is a disease more to bedreadled than Small Pox. When you h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 5 March 1915

IJfaW ''H H 7T.i w:- -nviiV".! .w OTY-SMairarxtOi tjup,,.i,iv ....s x . . lias;" y ' V t . . ' r 'V . ,fi, - . i . ,i i , "iH.-'fr". "V '" ..' u ,1"", ff . W,sk- ) ' " . V .iiw; ' 4 t ., &' ' . J " . A Qe ' a I. ' . M AND NEWS 1 n ;,R.,F, CATES, Editor and Proprietor BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY, MARCH, 5 1915. $1.00 Per Year. VOL XXIX. NO. 37 W&T.SJ. " WWi,l,3H.'BKfWW3BaanQ"tTlBTWiT Tl" '' V ... IfV " "w n i M ' ' 5-. Ifctf Ml! itf toi 'tt m, i W.h i t. ..n I fj "',. rv? .v nyu f .Si. fr" ;Sl f "' f V ra B. ; r Hi m M:.M t?V r iX f'vw 'Y. I. r. - v i K.- K ' BA9-'HT' -7 Y.-3" '' i'A: fVf ri y vp y' NEW FIRE CHIEF IS APPOINTED , ." The city council met Monday . niRht in reRUlar session and business of importance was tran- sacted. Bosides Mayor Kelley, . who presided, there were pres- r. ent at the meeting City Attorney Morris, City Marshal Dickinson, . and Aldermen Condra.Robinson, Stokes and Dillard. , The principal matter of im- portance before the council wa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 5 March 1915

EW&vT' VW. , vv 1 J ' toiSHw" vS ' r' i 'j K ' viM- AH 8iio ri . H. T hi T vlhtifio Ift..,. ... - J''W And News , FRIDAY, MARClH 5. 1915 0ur fire department and our wter system are both in need m oi improvements, anu il is up iu j3. our nrv nnis or cue citzensmn 0 to see that they are immediately attended to. c Whenever you hear a man ex- claim that "money talks" it is a the proper time for you to grasp 'your purse in one hand and your 'pistol in the other while you re- treat from his vicinity. 55? In the Mayoralty race recent- ly held in Chicago a man named Sweitzer defeated Carter Har- ' rison. Money had nothing to do with the result. It seems to j have been the pure cheese. Our new high school building! Qh, when? Many times has the question been asked: "When , will Bartlett have its new high school building?" The Tribune trusts that its constructiun is o near at hand, for it is mighty badly needed. Our American friends along M the'border were much disturoed last week because ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 5 March 1915

'' '' """ .''''!'S;!gl' -.J ; iiii.aiinlMjminjinii i i.imm W iMhldt, 'Av ?t f "V - A v. tt kVv w FARM LOAN PLAN " ADOPTED IN HOUSE Washington, March 1. A farm loan plan was written into the agricultural appropriation bill by th'e HoUso tonight, after a long and vigorous fight. Tho rural credits amendment reported by the Agricultural Committee and generally accept- ed as having the sanction of the administration, was revised by a series of amendments which rev- olutionized the proposal. As framed in tho House the plan would provide for a system of farm loan associations formed in individual communities to First in EveryiMng Fint in Quality First in Results First in Purity First in Economy and for these rensonq Calumet Uniting Powder Is first in the hearts of the millions of housewives Mho use it and Know it. RECEIVED HIGHEST AWARDS World's Pare Food ExptiiUoo. Coiciia, lUmoii. P.rii Expoiitlos, FVuct, Mird, 1912. P7K52 POWD lib .os ' imi r W in" t a.' y"'--j iMADEBYTHETRU5! 'ciumw i ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 5 March 1915

Y pf" l-. '(. t , I " ' i V a if ..V" n - l, "' ' B-4 T ? C 1 K" 't .': v The Tribune u And News u , FRIDAY, MARCH 5. 1915 Cotton is quoted in Hamburg at 17c per pound. It is not quo- k, ted in America it is stolen. Senor Villa, the Mexican gen- eral, has discovered a new food for breakfast Uneeda Frijole. If the hens keep up their joy- ful clatter we are at least threat- ened with a soft boiled orr on Easter Sunday. A vision of that Easter outfit wq are in need of has disap- peared behind a cloud of past due notes and oyerdue accounts. It has not yet become appar- ent that the Allies are playing any checker games on the coat tails of the fleeing Germans. The female suffrage movement K t was temporarily sutiocated by V.V -f-Virt lnrr?a1ifi,i loef maar Rnf as usual, the suffs refuse to suc- cumb to a sudatory experience. To our notion the remarkable fJ ability of Helen Keller, the deaf and blind girl, is no more won1- derful than that of the patient and tender woman who devel- oped h...

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

.,'0 y$F Y rf . t : iw j r. . All &-,-' jf kiff w. '.3fe. to m- . tV !'. . . ",r ., hiK&- M i &' V? ' LOCALand PERSONAL Louie Vernon of Holland was hero yesterday on business. B. K. Laughlin is in George- town this week serving as a wit- ness, On account wheat market we have lowered our flour lOcts on each 48 lb sack. Lawrence Bros. Mrs. Deck Leathcrman and children have, been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. F, Nixon near near Fowler's Gin this week, re- turned home Tuesday. Laces and Embroid eries at special oasn Prices at Walton's. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Adams of Lake Victor, this week, twin boys. Clarence Sparks of Santa Anna ' was here the past week, on a 'visit to relatives. W. C. Fisher of route 3, was hero Thurday on business and paid the Tribune office a pleasant call. Bring your egg. butter and chickens to us cash or trade. Lawrence Bros. Mr. and Mrs. Louie Bartlett accompanied by Mrs. D. K, Leatherman were Taylor visitors Tuesday. Clothing at Special Cash Pri...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 5 March 1915

;? v?n ; , ." ' u 'i U ,0 n ,o r HBs7f HK'AV IkTvk hP$ EfflaUi KHfffe Hwili b '. ir Vu g. SK :ti" v , LOCAL NEWS. T. Donton of Denton was here this week on business. Mr. H. A. Briehan and daugh- ter, Miss Oi(?a were the guests ofrelatiyes in Austin this week. Mr. J. W. Bunch made a busi- ness trip to Austin Tuesday, re- turning home yesterday. FOR RENT Good residence close to business section. ' Four rooms and hall, Apply to G. A. Jesse, Bartlett. tf Mr. J. L. Bailey of Temple was here this week on business. Mr. G. W. Haire of Granger was here on business Tuesday. Mrs. P. A. Guenzel is reported to be quite sick. We trust her recovery will be speedy. Guenzel Brothers, the black- smiths and iron workers, visited the Thrall oil fields Sunday on a prospecting trip. Barred Plymouth Rock eggs for sale at 50 cents per setting.- Mrs J. H. Maupm Rt. 2, box 35, f bartlett, Texas. 31-2mos $ Mr. F. H. Leslie made a busi- Kness trip to uranger Tuesday. 1 Messrs R. N. Conlee and Bud 'Conlee of Ja...

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