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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 30 April 1915

iV'7.5' li 4( ' fa? ' to'.' B&: s 7 c fe" B?-- 3f ' vr ui' r' 'N Ef PC &;. . .. Ir -t i KfA"- fl. .' kl Li. ft ' Kv : :' :; 8. iu MS ' &H' APPROPRIRTION OF FIFTEEN MILLION Austin, April 24th. -The sub- committee of the senate finance committee and tne house appro- priation committee, which has been at work on a draft of the general appropriation bill the last two weeks, -will complete its work within the next few days and the bill will be ready by the time the special session convenes, Something like $2,000,000 has been trimmed off the total esti- mates given by the various state departments and institutions. The general appropriation bill will carry items aggregating ap- proximately $15,000,000. Census to be TaKen Belton, April 22. County Su- perintendent J.S. Morgan is now sending out supplies for taking the scholastic census of the coun- ty. He expects to have all dis- tributed by Saturday, and asks that trustees or any others who take the censuB to the fact that only...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 30 April 1915

... I! T e V v. '3 . X ws iptfV w The Tribune And "News FRIDAY, APRIL iO, 1915 We deeply repret to note the increase in Dank deposits re- ported froni Washington. Hard times, eh? V-bat a shame. A beautiful character is .much more honored in the sight of the Lord than is a beautiful home, great influence and much riches. The Little Sermons contained in each issue of the Tribune by Rev.McCarty are rich in thought and ripe in truth. Read them. They are good for your soul. One of the "wild-cat" oil pro- moters, who visited Bartlett the other day, was asked if he had a cow that gave milk. Ee very promptly replied that all the milk he got from his cow he had to take from her. In justice to our advertisers, as well as to our rural route pat- ronsj the Tribune has decided to henceforth print the paper on Thursday evening of each week. Advertisers are herewith ad- vised, to have all copy in the of- fice not later than Wednesday evening. Christian Charctu u We invite you to our Bible School a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 30 April 1915

iS F. ff" TpmxfgpfFXX . J a u lv iv , :j m LOCAL nd PERSONAL f MIbs Mabel Caldwell of Camer- on was the guest of Miss Esther Sonntag during the week. L. Ct Grant and H. M. Mc- Auams were in Avstin today on business. Before spring cleaning for good ne3s sakes, get a broom that Romberg makes. Mrs. W. R. Sanders of Bowie is visiting her daughter, Mrs. E. W. Curling. Close in, a good 5 room house to rent at $8 a month, see Joe Scharnberg. MrB. Jim Stinnett of Jarrell at- tended the marriage of her bro- ther, Nick Woodward to Miss Furman Hair in Temple Wednes- day, If it is quality, quantity arid prompt service you want, you will be pleased at me Sanitary Grocery. John Wacker has returned from a visit to relatives in El- linger. Just received all the new shades in Poplins and Taffetas at Lawrence Bros. R. F. Cates returned to Aus- tin yesterday where he was call- ed to attend the special session of the Thirty-fourth Legislature. Nice large cabbage plants for sale at 25c per 100. L. W. Ro...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 30 April 1915

tV ,r W : Bf : va) q i '!' f- t.4. E, , iC "V t-- ?..? ' PfciOn They For anything they want in the drug line. We take great pride in keep- ing our store up to the minute. WISE MEN KNOW The difference between cheap, Inferior quality and the best that money can buy, the only kind we handle. The Leatherman (DRUGS OF QUALITY) LOCAL NEWS. Max Rowntree was in Taylor this week on business and visit- ing friends. For Rent Rent-Good 6 room house, earden. water, etc, for $8 per month. G. A. Krause 3t C. C. Bailey visited relatives in -Temple Sunday. A, F. Taylor was a Temple visitor Sunday. Remember that J. M. Allen keeps Montevallo coal in stock every month in the year. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fagg of Granger were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Stewart this week. Call in and look at the new spring goods being opened at Lawrence Bros Miss Gladys Rowntree of Bay- lor College spent Sunday and Monday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. Rowntree. Remember that J. M. Allen keeps Montevallo coal in stock ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 30 April 1915

"tr MJT-Wl . t jt- , ,-t , v , '4' v maffr 'ytljf!r-z 4 . t O ' ' I ' ' " in.... ! Ml , .. . ' ' "ell- T -?....,. , t , ' ' -House Joint Resolution No. 34, A Joint resolution proposing an amendment to Article 7, Sections 10 I il0'1 th0 stttt0 of Texas, providing T for the establishment and sepuratt Jjwntqn ar the University ol '. m' AeXBa a" "xlns Its permanent loca. ' '-i I. n '" Trav' County, providing to . J the permanent location of the medl S n' .b.ra?,Cl! of th0 University ot Tex. S ? Vl anlye8ton County; provldlna inrrl!?.hSttl,l""!"ment nnd malnten. fpMVnlh0 A5r'cultu-a' and Median- 1 if S?nC8e 0f T.exaa ns nn '"depend. mt colleso. and providing for lti permanent location In UrazosCoun! r,'rt ETSW1,.nff for tno establishment and separate maintenance of tho Col- iego or Industrial Arts and fixing lti , Permanent location In Denton Coun. wi?lltIlor,,zln'r th0 establishment oi ' J"n'or,aBr'lturaI colleEO subsldlarj to and under the government of tin , ABrlcultural and Mechanica...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 30 April 1915

M'S'mST ?ZT f 7 a. , it ay- - i r ? V .J. . t:, Jfm'. 'w i -I" S" F 'J 4 1 , u V SENSATIONAL:- V ukwv m .." O tt- A o Beginning with Saturday and will run to Wednesday, May the 5th'. We are going to make big special discounts on all Shoes, Men's and Boy's Clothing, Gents Furnishings and Hats. Don't miss this if you require Dry Goods. The cash will talk. Special reductions will also be made in our Piece Goods Departments. We have just received Several New Items, big assortment 6i Figured Lawn, White Goods, Silk and Spring Wool Fabrics. Our cash prices are attracting wide attention. . We are" keeping a big line of Staple Groceries and will save you money. BRING US YOUR PRODUCE. GLAD TO TAKE CARE OF YOUR WANTS: Walton Dry Goods Company MAY BE HARD TO GET CHARTERS r E 'IttAna TTifvin inqnPP.tor for the ' Secretary pf State, ia in the city, and has under advisement the 'propositions of -several compan- ies applying for charters. Because of the rush for char- ters in the secretary's offic...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 7 May 1915

Wimi iffWi Wt m? arrw ira '; !r ' (i 4 Y:' , a cTADf LOOK! RF.AH! ;iiirl thdfi rtur& atitl coo hno nf tho triAct iAArii.f fd, MiMA ..,u:u rt L . . j - - - " -w...v. .. Mw v.. vr. .. ...wot, TTvuuuiuB memo ui uaiuic YVMllll Will UK bill ' v ' in Bartlett in the building next door to the Bartlett National Bank, Saturday May 8, one day only. Admission 10c. i U f I vl AND NEWS K. P. CATES, Editor and Proprietor BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDAY. MAY 7. 1915. $1.00 Per Year. VOL. XXIX. NO. 46 IBWPtfWP B IJjell Stilmtf K w & if k' fr ' A 1 b. "fr tlfc ' I ' G VI H r v W . t t . r pi. ; V U s iA-l H-. ANNUAL CLEAN- UP DAY 20th City Secretary Dodt informs the Tribune that Thursday, May 20th, has been designated as the annual clean-up day. Not only property owners, but every citi- zen is earnestly asked to assist in getting the town into a health- ful and sanitary condition. Trash should be accumulated and placed in easily accessible receptacles or piles. The city will provi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 7 May 1915

U rj WONDERFUL OFFER 4 , I it v . i , : . ammmmmwmmmmmmmmmmmm m SHOE , 141 - A' ' ,ft A complete clean-up on Ladies, and Men's Low Cut Shoes; we will place on sale for next week all broken lots of Edwin Clapp Oxfords, both in Pat Leather and Vici, in Hidaddy and Fenway toes. We will not continue - these special toes after this season and for the next week we offer you almost any size in about 60 pairs of Edwin Clapp Oxfords at $3.95 A wonderful bargain in Ladies Oxfords, a complete mixture of different styles, in Pumps, Ties, Pat Leather, Vici and Gun Metal Leathers. They were sold at $3.50, $4.00 and $5.00. Your choice of the lot for LADIES' OXFORDS AT $1.00 THE PAIR For next week we offfcr all our Embroideries at bargain prices; you can- not afford to miss this sale of fine embroideries. One lot specially priced at per yard, 50c and 98c. kkMmmwmMamwmmwmmaKmmmwaBmWmmTmttlUmWmMmWKm W , MJ f'1'1 )JgB'JnJHiMaL m mm JMWMImWUMiiMm) mmmmm JJJJjMjjgftHtfWMWawwwMlMll The Tribune And News F...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 7 May 1915

I ' ' ' v -i " E.A ar 't & r.i' Ur & b; & ; A MANY MORE OIL CHARTERS GRANTED Austin. May 1. The following additional companies have been granted charters by the State: Belton-Salado Oil Co., Belton; capital stock, $50,000. Incorpor- ators, W. M. Taylor, 0. Lusk, Neal Bassel. Lone Star Oil Co.r Taylor; capital stock, $29,000. Incorpor- ators, C. Compton, S.G, Gernett, S. E. Reinhardt. Jacksonville Oil Co., Jackson- ville; capital stock, $30,000. In- corporators, J. M. Pressler, V. H. Willis. M. W. Morris. Holland Oil and Gas Co., Hol- land. Incorporators E. C. Sonn- tag. W. Douthitt. C. Goddard. Thrall Security Oil Co., Cam- eron; capital stock $25,000. In- corporators. A. J. Dossett, W.R. Rogers. F. C. Fahrendorff. Southeast Oil and Gas Co., Taylor: capital stock $40,000. Incorporators, F. C. Floeckinger, H. F. Speegle, Ed Doak. ESTIMATED COTTON ACREAGE FOR 1915 The Dallas Evening Journal says that the Texas cotton acre-' age this year will be ninety per ' cent of the 19...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 7 May 1915

'- Tu. ! J ' w ff8P" -r ' flviTv ' - ; , "... .'. ' r. r ' ' i t. A V J b) a t fc ' o I' P n f 0) V E, ' AS iJ. The Great v Who Pays? IN TWELVE PARTS y start tonight, May 7th at the Crescent Theater. Be sure to come. k - The Tribune And News FRIDAY, WAY 7. 1915 The .church should see God on every hilltop of history and in every vallev of human ex- perience. In the ranks of the suffragists we. occasionally hear of a young- ster or two, but we have no fear of an avalanche. After meeting the Schulenburg team the other clubs in the cir- cuit are now wondering whether weinerwust is a sausage or a contagion. The princihal trouble in this country is that there are too many high-collared kids who are raised to believe that man- ual labor is a disgrace. Everything in the world looks bright and rosy to those who are not compelled to labor and cap get three squares each day and good clothes when necessary. We would advise the matron of the home to do this: Buy a two-bit sack of meal from every...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 7 May 1915

-T h' r-f wpfq y v- f t f "V v"" 1" KK H? ;' K s. m ' &- k V P. W. f T r i it - JK . ' i t- ? hs v I t Bf t i. te r P,i to ft &" Condensed Statement of the BARTLETT STATE BANK Bartlett Texas May 1st, RESOURCES Loans and Discounts $119,612.10 Banking House. P. & F r... 17,931.22 Int. in Guaranty Fund 1,568.59 BondAccount 2,500.00 Cash and Exclinnftc $105,i3i).27 . , Total 1.5247,651.18 LIABILITIES Capital Stock $ 50,000.00 Surplus 4,000.00 Undivided Profits 3,419.61 Dividends Unpaid , 240.00 Deposits S1S0,S1.57 Total The Above Statement Is Correct J. V. MORRIS, President. J. T. STEWART, Cashier LOCAL and PERSONAL Citv Marshal Dickinson made a business trip to Georgetown Wednesday. Miss Shannon and Phillips of Holland visited friends here Sat- urday. Merc Allen of Granger was here Tuesday on business. Horse, buggy and harness for $50.00 or will trade. Ask at the St, Louis Store, -' Mrs. T. E. Fowler and sons, T. F. and Robin visited relatives in Fort Worth the past week. M...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 7 May 1915

,v t? u St o ' n. fi W fe . E ., or w ar i B& w if & IP Sold By Drug Store WE HAVE IT ' That is. if it's worthy. You'll probably save both time, and money by coming here iirst for all drug' store goods. Our large trade keeps our stocK ever fresh, tye taKe great pains in our buying. We demand the. best and expect our customers to do the same. . WE DELIVER THE GOODS The Leatherman (DRUGS OF QUALITY) .! LOCAL NEWS. Miss Nello Steele visited rela- tives in Granger Sunday. Suits to order, latest styles at Pavel's Tailor Shop. Mr. McCray of Holland was here Tuesday on business. Mr. Ernest Goethe repress- ing Palmer Paper Co., was a pleasant caller at the Tribune of- fice Monday. WANTED Responsible, ener- getic representative in each town No soliciting or selling, Easy work and good money. Write to MIR-A-CO, Dallas, Texas. Mrs. J. S. Hair of Holland was here this week visiting relatives. R. F. Cates returned to Austin Tuesday to resume his duties in the Thirty-fourth Legislature. L...

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

rvydqv - TipriTWWy'TTrvspr f f' V - t" l a fcs i a - - - , -jJ f l BT & 5 rv WH If, L . f'l 1 House Joint Resolution No. 31. Joint resolution proposing nn amendment to Article 7, Soctlons 10 if "'-1 . l ana lr or the Constltu. tlon of the 'Stnto of Texas, providing ,, for the establishment and soparuti rrmlnten of the University ol T05ns and flxln Its permanent loca- tion In Travis County, providing fo the permanent location of the medl 'cal branch of the University of Tex- as In Qalvcston Cmintv. nmviiii... for the establishment and malntcn . nce of the ARrlcultural and Median- leal ColleBe of Texas n an Independ. cnt college, and providing for Iti permanent location In Urazos Coun.. ty, providing for tho establishment' nu ouin.niic maintenance of tho Col lco of Industrial Arts and fixing Iti .. permanent location In Dcntftn Coun. . ty; authorizing tim oUini,iini, ..,... . , Junior agricultural college subsldlarjl to and under the Kovernment of tin Agricultural and Mechanical C...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 7 May 1915

! s1 , yy yA?. . . . ,.. t ,1tM - V- M , T7p ''fc VJ ,v " J , ivj BP k" , ?' f 'r- j... ? - 1 1.. , L. .' fc-V . lh lb m V " ' . fc I 1 ( .9 MONDAY and TUESDAY SPECIALS In addition to specials mentioned we will have a pleasant surprise in the way of extra values. Come to see us. No. 1 Just received a big shipment of Shadow Laces in new and very dainty designs, runs up to about 4 inches wide and val- ue up to 20c. Monday and Tuesday 7 1-2c BRING US YOUR PRODUCE. Walton Report Of the condition of the Fir3t .National Bank at Bartlett. in the State of Texas, at the close of business May 1, 1915. pub- lish:d in the Bartlett Tribune a newspaper published at Bartlett, State of Texas on the 6th day of May 1915. Loans and Discounts..- 8103,885.02 U. S. Bonds to eecuro circulation 75,ooo.oo Overdrafts, secured, unsecured 00.70 Subscription to stock of Fed. Res've b'k 7,200.00 Less am't unpaid... 3,600.00 3,600.00 Banking House 11,787.55 Furn. and Fixtures. 5,334.05 17,121.60 Other real estate...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 14 May 1915

J&ttbmxt m vl'Jt'l'H? AND NEWS R.F. CATES, Editor and Proprietor BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDAY. MAY 14, L915. $i.00 Per Year. VOL XXIX. NO. 47 r i 'r HV 'X rt ' 'n 1 f b5' MANY NEW OIL CHARTERS FILED Austin, May 7. The following charters have been issued: Cinco 'Oil and Gas Company. Anstin; capital stock $10,000. Incorpor- ators, E. B. Robinson, D,M. Cam- eron, S. R. Fuilmore, Home Independent Oil Co., Thrall; capital stock, $24,000. Incorporators, A. E. Rauls, A.R. Grosse, W. J. Harlan. Home Bell Oil Co., Austin: capital stock $20,000. Incorpor- ators. J. E. Ferguson. A. J. Zilker, W. M. Walton. Hallsville Oil asd Gas Co., -capital stock $30,000. Incorpor- ators. A. E. Findley. C. P. Nel- son, I. E. Russell. Noble Oil Co., Temple; capital stock, $1.2,000. Incorporators, ,H. C. Poe. J, C. Mitchell and ,A. J. Jarreil. Diebel Farm Oil Co., Thrall: capital stock $40,000. Incorpor- ators, W, L. Lee, W. Conneil nd C, Mankin. Austin Northwestern Oil Co,, Liberty Hill; cap...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 14 May 1915

Jnr-i,JKlf V o . - Kff HHHHBHBHUB BBil H I to M 1 3" I jKWpsJ I Dutchess Trousers We have just received a supply of Dutchess Trousers. Guaran- teed by the makers and by us. 10c a button, 10c a rip. Now selling at the low price of $2.50 to $5.00 in at LESLIES' and see the New Spring Suits and Hats. No matter how particular you are about a Hat or Suit, there's one at this Store that will suit your individuality. Wear a Stetson Hat and a Hart Schaf fner & Marx Suit and forget your troubles. The prices are right. Tailor Made Suits We also carry A. E. Anderson's Tailoring line and can make a suit to fit your indivi- dual shape and style $15.00 to $40.00. SPECIAL BARGAINS MhN'S SUITS Fellows get on the good side of the ladies by wearing a Hart Schasfner & Marx Suit. All clothes sold by us are guaranteed. Special next week $25.00 Suits for $18.00 Keep Kool and Palm Beach Suits at $7.50 and $15.00 Shoes Edwin Clapp and Howard & Foster Shoes the best for $5.00 and $7.00. Special ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 14 May 1915

FSTmnjmtmmmx- '-iffv min i 'j, ' i t ' t m!;fi ' . , k OFFICIAL STATEMENT 1 5 'I; I V r . I" ' '1 f ( j r A Bi p - 4 fa il '? I' I THE DRYS WIN AT ROSEBUD Another school district has been added to the growing dry column of Falls county, the elec- tion at Rosebud Tuesday having resulted for a victory for the drys over the wets with a maj- ority of 38 votes, fully 18 more than expected by the pros. Marlin people are greatly in- terested in just what the result of this election will be upon this city, and Wednesday morning little else was heard on the streets than talk of a general county election. MarlinDemoc't Dean McFaddin Dies. News has been received in Taylor by Mrs. J. P. Hamblin or thb death of her brother-in-law, Dean McFaddin, who died at San Antonio last night at 9 o'clock, where he had gone in the inter- est of his health. Mr. McFaddin was a resident of Granger and had many friends in this city who will regret to learn of his untimely death, he being 42 years of age. Dean Mc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 14 May 1915

J. w '- 'I , ' v V L n mtttm r"' i K - nv Ci I' J? n ' o The Tribune And News FRIDAY, MAY 14. 1915 We do not believe that the sacrifice of innocent non-combatants lives is civilized warfare- no matter what the excuse. Alhorse who is sick is attended by a veterinary surgeon, fed and watered. A man who is sick pays his own doctor's bills, has his pay deducted and rinds his place filled when he recovers. It must be nice to be a horse, The Barleycornists of Bartlett have concocted a new mixture of medicine which they have named "Father's Friend." The first dose will jar the plaster loose from your dome; after par- taking of the second decoction you will attempt to telephone a garage for a buzz cart, and the third gulp will put you insensible to anv calamity that might hap- pen on the face of the earth. SPECIAL NOTICE. It has become the custom of so many people to "stand off" job printing bills for one, two, even three months before pay- ment, that we must insist in fu- ture that all job...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 14 May 1915

'W: vY". "jffi.TitfittiB " ro f 71 ; i FiS m W U.:V ; LOCAL mdPERSONAL Miss Lena Stafford of Holland was the guest of friends here yesterday. Ford Alcus and Joe Fagg of Granger were here yesterday on business. Mrs. Barton Wells and babe of Galveston are visiting J, J. Wells and frmily this week. Roger Reed of Holland was here yesterday on business. For RentRent Good 6 room house, garden, watet. etc, for $8 per month. G. A. Krauso 3t Mr. Jim Mayo of Rockportwas a guest in the J. M. Allen home this week. Messrs Merc and Hollis Allen of Granger attended Miss Ira Mae's recital last Friday night. Whipporwill Peas for plant- ing at Gersbach-Wacker Co. Frank Swander was here from Belton Wednesday seeing his old friends. L. J. Dimmitt of Taylor was here Tuesday in the interest ,of the Rich Hill Oil, Co., of Taylor. A. Gersbach and Jno Wacker were in Taylor Tuesday on busi- ness. Fred Montgomery and Joe Knight saw the ball game in Taylor Tuesday. for Flour, Meal, Bran or Shorts at correct pr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 14 May 1915

mj '.PCiSf?'1"! ""fr T -VT ,f r"j '"Tr J r " . 11, J' a 3n IT SWl J" K 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 secretions out- of your system, avoid colds and grippes, and take an occasional tonic to keep the blood flowing properly through your arteries. You will find eyerything 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. The Leatherman (DRUGS OF QUALITY) LOCAL NEWS. A. Grosse and R N. Sexton were in Taylor Tuesday on busi- ness. Hoy Bartlett made a business trip to Taylor Tuesday. A good Columbus buggy and Tiarness, blightlv used. Will sell cheap. B. Y. Daniel. Chas. Martinets, the photog- rapher, on Monday completed a composite picture of the Bart- lett baseball team. It is a work of art, and a half-tone reproduc- tion of the picture will appear in these columns shortly. For Sale Good young Jersey cow fresh in ...

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