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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 18 June 1915

Jfl ii ...a.- m )t' W fi n . . ..V.r 'y-K ;' . vu ' m-: Jitfu.' . . . tite m,,. v mmm hP ,?e im , K I ! w ft. J ',& 1.i9 M.i 1?. ft -if v V. XA ''f XW "' ' t fr vs J r Wi f ,?r t w "IT PEED YOUR MIND You cannot secure the best results from your physical exertions while your intellect is clouded by a disordered stomach or other bodily ailment. "That tired feeling" has a deterrent effect upon your every undertaking , and unfits you for the ser- ious duties of life. The remedy is simple and inexpensive. A. re- freshing drink at our fountain will help some. Keep in touch with your druggist. He knows. Prescriptions a Specialty The Lea thermal! (DRUGS OF QUALITY) LOCAL NEWS. Vy Henry Crietzberg of Grorge- -nf . town was a Bartlett visitor here ' Monday. Messrs Stanton Allen, Mose '? Cox, A. F. Czarwoiiz and Joe , Knight formed a tishing party on the Leon river this week and report fish plentiful. Get your grain sacks. arid threshing coal from J. M. Allen All sorts of coal in stock. Bo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 25 June 1915

But JM t ' fMJtatw i i A firM f -J" AND NEWS v v R.F. CATES, Editor and Proprietor BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDAY, JUNE 25. L915. $1.00 Per Year. VOL. XXX. NO. 2 SUNDAY KILLING NEAR TAYLOR WILL DRILL NEAR GEORGETOWN e r EW !' L v fy rr 4 vlj f It v ;& 8 W $ wAfc 't "C A COUNCIL APPROVED ENGINEER'S REPORT Mayor Allen rounded up the members of the city council Tuesday night to pass upon the report of Civil Engineer Eihlers, who had been engaged by the city dads to survey and pass upon the drainage facilities of Bartlett and the improvements necessary. Surveyor Eihler's report was complete and covered every de- tail of the city's topographical aspect. His report was accepted and the plans are now in the hands of mechanics who are pushing the work forward to a rapid conclusion. iWith an im- proved drainage system, addi- tional lights and fine prospects for a new hotel BartlettJlis rap- idly forging to the front. Bell County Ships Oats. Temple, June 22. Over five hundred ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 25 June 1915

mlEiMilBaEMy ti i a n . i" ii " .j t o , t- n-' 15 Is Your Parlor Up To Date No room in the house is more important in the selection of GOOD FURNITURE than the PARLOR or LIVING ROOM. This is the room where you entertain your friends or live most yourself. You natu- ally want it to be the BEST in your home. If you are just starting at housekeeping or wish to add from time to time a piece of furniture look over our LARGE, INVIT- ING and REASONABLE stock. You get style, quality and price. BartMt Hardware Company T. W. TALBOT, Proprietor BARTLETT, TEXAS TheTribune And News FRIDAY. JUNE 25. 1915 No need to puff out your chest or allow your head to swell, old sport. Ice is nothing more nor less than frozen water. Now that the oil and Rambling -'. i ..t i J ... I nas auout Durnea our, now .organizing a stock com- rnvu iuiuubc u.i.-iifckj otel? The Middle Texas Baseball League has gone up in smoke, ' The reason assigned by the de- cedents is non-support. It is to be regretted, because the g...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 25 June 1915

J u f.- i tpyrr r, j y i a ii fffrlt1 i ' " ' - a v iu 5. fc CiMMP CONDITIONS 8 ' REPORTED GOOD F Judge Ed. R. JKono andMrs. E. M. Barrett, field lecturers for the Department of Agriculture, following a tour oyer South Texas report crop coneitions excellent with the exception of the Sinton vicinity. A large acreage of feed stuff has been planted. The boll weevil has already appeared in many of the fields. Roasting ears, cantaloupes and watermel- ons are now plentiful. Crops are reported fairly good throughout the Alto fruit grow- ing region. Tomatoes are mov- ing rapidly from the Jackson- ville territory. Mrs. J. L. Landrum, organizer of Home Economic Clubs, re- ports splendid success at North Texas points. Though inter- fered with by inclement weather at several places, she addressed large audiences. Her demonstra- tion of the canning processes evoked the interest of those who attended. General crop pros- pects were good at the time of report, but have since been dam- aged somewhat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 25 June 1915

i . , wH-1! Ta-W p ' njflj .si"B-i,W5i"rT " aaflKK2?f$ Sf.T t - , rr "w .'5,'JV VTtTIWt l-l!,4" --l y (I ' it .5' ' (i. b Jarrell's Gigantic Combination Sale r s i) &" c representing; THE BEST BARGAINS offered by THE MULTI-MILLION DOLLAR SALES of EIy Walker, Hargadine, McKittrick, Rice-Stix Dry Goods Company of Saint Louis, also Marshall Field, Carson-Pirie Scott and Jno. V. Farwell Co. of Chicago continues Unabated Growing Greater and Greater Every Day at THE The Tribune And News FRIDAY. JUNE 25. 1915 The Mexican situation remains the same, thank the Lord. Many people will tip their hats to a thief who has coin if his lips have never touched liquor. The Germans have re-captured Lemberg and they are now hold- ing a council of war to determine what they will do with it. The reason why we do not ap- pear more frequently upon the streets these hot days is because our complexion might suffer a total relapse. Another earthquake has vis- ited California with the loss of several lives....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 25 June 1915

' M BIG SUCCESS i b KTl :'$ W f- t !' VS. ' S. ' 8 ' ' E' t' r ., "" $; ' Hundreds of Bell and Williamson County people visiled our big sale this week, all bought lots of goods, all say never before have they been able to get such merchandise for so small a consideration.. For Saturday, Monday and Tuesday 16 pounds Best Cain Sugar $1.00, 8 pounds best Rio Bilk Coffee $1.00, 5 packages Arbvickle Coffee $1.00, 7 bars Crystal Soap 25c, 7 bars Lenox Soap 25c. READY TO WEAR GARMENTS, extras special prices for above three days. Some greater bargains in Men's, Womens', and Childrens' SHOES. Sale Positively Closes Wednesday June 30th. Don't Fail To Get Here Before That Date. Walton Dry Goods Company bt LOCAL and PRS0NAL Mrs, J. W. Kuykendall of Aus- tin is here the guest of Mrs, W. ' T. Cox. J. G. FaRR was here this week on business. Deputy Sheriff J. N. Gunn of Temple was here Wednesday on business. Mrs. Goodwyn of Huttois visit ing Mrs. W. T. Cox. For Sale One sound bay horse 6 years old....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 25 June 1915

Hsaur fi ,,f ft' EP .1 fen" M 4 Vtasw 3uw.au ,wn WE ATTRACT YOU with the beauty of our clean and wholesome stock; WE QUENCH YOUR THIRST with healthful drinks until you come for more; WE GRATIFY YOUR LONGING for candy that is pure; WE SATISFY YOUR HUNGER with goodies by the score. And for all these ATTRACTIONS and many many more, WE STAND IN LINE to greet you at Leather- man Drug Co's, the leading store. I The Leatherman Drug Company (DRUGS OF QUALITY) BARTLETT, TEXAS LOCAL NEWS. rrf"- Miss LouisfcMagee of George- town was the guest of Bartlett relatiyes this week. Capt J. L. Bailey and family of Temple were visitors in Bart- lett Saturday. Plenty Oat Sacks at Rowntree Bros. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Shutt of Temple were here Saturday on a short visit. M Shutt is mana- ger of the Independent Tele- phone Company. Will Truehardt and family of Vilas was here Sunday in t heir car. Bring us your eggs, butter, chickens, etc., we pay cash or trade for same. Lawrence Bros. W. F. McGee and family of G...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 25 June 1915

vm y? P " i I'ty" H H -FRANKS SENTFNCE IS COMMUTED. Atlanta, Ga,, June 21. Leo , M. Frank's death sentence was commuted to life imprisonment today by Governor Slaton. An- nouncement of the governor's decision came several hours after Frank had been secretely taken from the jail here and hutried " to lho state prison farm at Mil- ledgville. Frank was sentenced to be hanged here tomorrow for the murder of Mary Phagan in April. 1913. Governor Slaton was at his country home when he announc- ed his decision on the case over the telephone. In making this announcement the governor dic- tated the following statement: "All that I ask is that the ' people of Georgia read my state- ment of the reasons why I com- muted Frank's death sentence to life imprisonment before they pass judgment. Feeling as I do about this case, I would be a murderer if I allowed this man to hang. It may mean that I , must live in obscurity the rest of my days, but I would rather be plowing in a field than to feel for ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 25 June 1915

'w'ws'y ' v ' t vM r- - to Wi E rf v. ft? fa 'V " - Shirts WWf I Idc Guaranteed Shirts Guaranteed color fast Guaranteed perfect fitting. Guaranteed to wear satisfactorily. Shirts worth seeing. Shirts that will delight you. Shirts" that'll make you glad to .take off your coat. Shirts You'll Be Proud 01 Shirts that wear that have all Prices $1.50 and up. the style, grace, fit and excellence A your money back if they don't, make good. any man could ask. -PRICED-SILVER $1.00, IDE $1.50 1 ' ,' , , ' , ' . O i i mil ii ft i , inn mm ii iwwwww n mm n mm m ,J- Save Money hwnt 9 k t uA wear Ham for Two Month l.u i.&.W W.Mvk iValfwrLMi-JffeiPwfll Kill pejr ymi nftr cit 1 Iter Hul 0 smI cr dwhm tll w w Ona Polinr w ( Ivt yn i New Pair M nut. 35- Dress better at less cost, Wear Dutchess Trousers Look for the guarantee, 10c a button $1.00 a rip Per Pair $2.50 to $5.00 I A MAR YPIC&FORD Pii- I low Top will be given B any one making a pur chase of six skins of Richardsons Silk Floss. FREE ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 2 July 1915

'J. . A ' " M il - 4tf AND NEWS R. F.GATES. Editor and Proprietor BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDAY, JULY 2. 1915. $1.00 Per Year. VOL. XXX. - NO. &-" Stiltim- w : ?. It'. : ;V, '' ail-Ann HTTRnirrn EK' NtUKU HiiHuncu a WOMAN NEAR TAYLOR Taylor, June 30. Mrs. Claude Taylor, wife of a young farmer on the Howard Bland ranch, four mile3 southeast of Taylor, was attacked, stabbed, choked and abused by a young negro identi- . r 1 J .. .t. Jk 5 nea as a iarm uuuu uu wu ijiuuc. The im'ured woman was brot !fVtO) the hospital here late this PV.'P - l 4X " "atternoon, ana pnysiciuns aiuie . that she will recover. " Shortly after the deed ofiiicers from Taylor reached the seene and foind the negro at the cow lot milking a cow. He was taken before Mrs. Taylor and she iden- tified him as. her asssailant. He was quickly placed into an auto and hurriedly taken to the coun- ty jail at Georgetown It is stated that the negro, who is about 25 years old, went to the house and told Mrs. Tav...

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

I ri- - mmmmmHmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmwmmmKmmMmmmmmmmmm JULY BEGINS Saturday, July 3 AND CLOSES Saturday, July 10th BUHUBlK II AND MONEY . - . v . ; . x . I THE REALLY BIG FE Exceptional offerings in every department of this Big Store, offers unusual money savi at all during this Marvelous Price Reduction Event will have one more big reason to b x if, i We Need The Money Mori VC kJ 'it. i : Silks and Dress Goods 20 Per Cent Discount We are going to sell every- thing we have in this depart- ment at prices that will move them. You will find tables full of this seasons' newest merchandise at prices that will mean a big saving to you. SPECIAL-One lot of Rice Voiles. Crepes and Lawns that sold 20 and 25c. During ir. fpthis sale at only , I Uu v SPECIAL Beautiful assortment of colored Crene worth UD to 15c. I ft- ri During this sale at only... I Uli f SPECIAL Silk Chiffons in almost anv color vou may want at a price that will move Pft In them. Regular $1.00. Sale price QUO SPECIAL-Beautiful line...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 2 July 1915

P vyfV."'"" C 'J BEGINS Saturday, July 3 AND CLOSES Saturday, July 10th ISING EVENT MMHMMnmHMHHHM Ml y &1W' . :AST OF THE SEASON Lying: opportunities that you cannot afford to ignore. Every person who buys anything bJ thankful this season Every article will be reduced from 20 to 50 per cent. ri Than We Do The Goods s V' tr v- Cotton and Silk Hosiery at Twenty Per Cent Discount a?-' SPECIAL Ladies' silk and lisle Hosiery in tan and white, extra good values; not a full run 01 sizes in this assortment. Kegular 5Uc. sale price . SPECIAL Ladies' silk Hose in black, green, champagne and white, extra good values; regular-75c and $1, Sale price SPECIAL Children's lisle Hose in black, white and tan These are extra good values, formerly were 25c. Sale price Ladies Underwear MMx$$ Wife 25c 50c 15c Towels, Tabic Linens and Napkins. at Twenty Per Cent Discount SPECIAL We have about one dozen nice pattern cloths made of extra heavy grade satin damask in beautiful patterns at ONE-HALF PRICE. S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 2 July 1915

til- , a UJL lit i mti jA-' itr- - "i -.,,i,. ,. .v .... , .i. $ . v. Ji ' o.- t h J it '' & CELEBRATE The Fourth of My by buying your necessities from us, Satur- day, July 3. Plump value for your money is what you always get at this store. No Matter what we sell or where we sell it, we always consider our customers. It pays us to treat you right; it will pay you to trade with us. We refer those who have not dealt with us to those who have. Dutchess Trousers are unsurpassed in quality and in price. If you have been looking for trouser satisfaction you need not look any further.Boys 50c to $2.50 per pair. Satisfaction is found in 1 these trousers $2.50 to $5 Let your boy romp if he wears Dutchess Knickerbockers 10c a Button, $1 a Rip 50c to $2 All sizes Ide Silver Collars 2 sf or 25c CHAMPION Tennis Shoes for men, women & Chil- dren's Prices 60c and 75c Per Pair Our $3.50 Shoes for men in Gun Metal Button or Lace also English Walkers are sightly and wear well only $3.50 per p...

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

' " ' .' u u u r , tf,,lIIIMIIIWWIMlllll'tllKl' Aiiyfa''MMwyMliiw w -- T" r .V . ' i I r-. 'T tf POOL HALL LAW-o UNCONSTITUTIONAL ANOTHER SENSA- TIONAL CHARGE HUNTING' LAW"" 3J VERY' STRINGENT .SfeHIIIIII t'l A' m in ihpi riiiiiin mi mir hi mill ifiiiiiiim iniiiiiiriiiiiiiHiiiMiittiiitiinilii lllllllllMHBIIIIlllllllllllllllli . 1T j !' 8- X TO -;. 9f- If. AuBtin,Sune,23 The Supreme Court today held as unconstitu- tional the local option pool hall law of the Thirty-third Legisla- ture, when relator in the case of ex-parte A. H. Mitchell from McLennan county was ordered discharged. The act was held unconstitutional on twocounts, that it amounted to a delegation by the legislature of its own leg islature of its own legislative bower, imposed upon it Dy the constitution, which it must alone exercise and which it may not commit to any other agency, and' that it authorizes the suspension of a general law of the state by vote of county or subdivision of a county, namely, the statute licens...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 2 July 1915

I J',"1 u , !, F ax. , kh ?v IV CLARK STREET CAPE NOW I have opened a new and up-to-date CAPE in the building ' formerly occupied by D. McKenzie. Everything New and Sanitary. Short Oorders. No Regular Meals. MERCHANTS LUNCH 25c I will appreciate your patronage and do my best to please you at all times. Yours for business, HIED CHAUDOIN, Prop. I The Tribune And News FRIDAY. JULY. 2 1915 It's a long, long way to a brick hotel so it appears. If we get that new brick hotel and the interurban we will do some strutting. President Wilson is a fine man, brilliant and brainy, but at the present writing we do not envy him in his exalted position. 'Tis said that the drinking of liquor hastens death. If that be true we are of the opinion that Brother Gardner of the Florence Yjdette will live forever. George F. Burgess has an- nounced for Cuiberson's seat in the United States senate. If he is elected he will be mourned by numerous relatives and many friends. The fellow who lives and pros pers in...

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

r- i u t n .(-, -' I 'A i'H P''T V"" r. & fa :' -. v ft' !". ! t P- B-?i IV. ft' r .. f"T ' B nit , The Big Sale Will Positively Close Saturday Night " Walton Dry Goods Company BTexaT' LOCALand PERSONAL J. W. Rudisill has our thanks for his subscription renewal. D. D. Fairchild was a business visitor to San Antonio during the week. All hats still going at reduced prices. Mrs. G, P. Hawkins. Miss Floy Smith of Temple was the guest of the Misses Schoepff this week. Buy your next groceries from Nowotny. Alva Waggoner is here to see his brother. Charley Waggoner, who is a very sick man at this writing Tuesday. Born, to Henry Whitlow and wife, a boy. Mrs. J E, Condra was called to Jarrell Tuesday to see a sick relative. 'Mrs. McQuary was called to Cameion this week to attend the funeral of her brother, Mr. Will Ross, who died Saturday. ' I am keeping charcoal, let me sell you a sack next time. Chas. Nowotny. Dr. ana Mrs. W. J. Harlan visited at Marlin on Tuesday. The trip was made in...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 2 July 1915

V i--W ' ''"'' tit. . - V- mm,tt ;. BmliWnkwel MwHi4HMitrtwilM riw.ywfcflimW.iw.wlAfowl,(Jtoi) to 'X ft: V R I . ' n" p t Tf Js 8Wd JH.Vi'i -imvtvammJ!K'm!hm1rivJiipii'f Uu tt WE ATTRACT YOU with tho beauty of our clean and wholesome Btock; WE QUENCH YOUR THIRST drinks until you come for with healthful more; WE GRATIFY YpUR LONGINGfor candy r that is pure; WE SATISFY YOUR HUNGER with goodies by the score. F And' for all these ATTRACTIONS and many v many more, WE STAND IN LINE to greet you at Leather- man Drug Co's, the leading sjore. The Leatherman Drug Company (DRUGS OF QUALITY) BARTLETT, TEXAS LOCAL JEWS. W.M. Whitlock of Davilla was in town on business Monday, Elm Camp No. 636, W. 0, W. will hold a social session tomor- row at Casino hall. H.A. Jenkins and Son shipped out a car of hogs to the Fort Worth market Monday. The shipment comprised 75 head. Bring us your eggs, butter, chickens, etc., we pay cash or trade for same. Lawrence Bros. Elder M. 0. Daley of Florence was here thi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 9 July 1915

is ,i v y-M-vja 3"',' "' 0,, n j IX 7 J m AND NEWS RlF. CATES, Editor and Proprietor BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 9. 1915. $1.00 Per Year. VOL. XXX. NO. 4 A COPPER MINE NEAR JARRELL WOODMEN HELD , EXCELLENT SOCIAL 'J'? . w 'i ' V -' ; ! U . n , K- i V ;i i1.it' ' iW o f va Km 1. 1- r ,5' " (F !' n f. if. I -Hi1"1 v- it- IT.v' An old Spanish mine, which has been lying idle for probably a hundred years on the Bell- Williamson county line will again be worked. An investigation jtist completed by J. T. Wright, a farmer who lives near the scene, has revealed the fact that that immense quantities ot cop- per can be mined near Jarrell in Williamson county. While in Temple yesterday Mr. Wright interested seyeral local citizens in developing the mine. He produced ample proof that the copper brought from the mine is of such a quality and quantity that it will be a paying investment for a company to be snromo'ted. Seven yearo ago Mr. Wright mined the same place, producing s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 9 July 1915

"W" 'I " V " i 4 I r & p- a ' . ?h ' 1.T 'A' the Tribune And News FRIDAY. JULY. 9 1915 Come to Bartlett to do your trading. The sweetest smell on earth is the odor of a human body that is kept clean. But the druggists are still selling perfumes. We have heard of people who 'hocked" their clothing or tneir jewelry, but with nine nations fighting them the Germans have not yet hocked der Kaiser. It is with deep regret that we note that Billy Sunday, the big evangelist, is not collecting any money for foreign missions. All of the coin collected goes deep down into Billy's jeans. Al Jennings, ex-Oklahoma out- law, ex-county attorney snd ex- candidate for governor of Okla- homa, has professed religion and joined the church. His profes sion may be real, or it may not. At any rate he is a sharp, shrewd fellow, and if he wants to he can make as much or more money exhibiting himself in the pulpit as in the movies, dressed in the carb of an outlaw. Look at what Billy Sunday waa to start wi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 9 July 1915

WW? t 'iv d" MANY DRY HOEES REPORTED AT THRALL KATY BRAKENMN KILLED AT TAYLOR J. E. Williams of Smithvill6, employed as brakeman on the BELL COUNTY RURAL SCHOOLS w. IV fs ' 4 ReportB from the development J at Thrall for today are decidedly a discouraging on the testa out- fc, $side of the proven area, and looked upon as possible exten- sions. The Rich Hill Oil Com- pany on the Stauffer farm, south of Fuchs hilltop, is dry at 1,000 feet without a showing of oil t tfhe well will no doubt be aban- doned, Fuchs No. 2, on the Krieg f farm, is dry at 1100 feet with drilling still in progress. The Guffey No. 1 on the Law rence farm, has gone into the chalk at 1,470 feet The Granger Petroleum Com- pany, some five miles north of the producing area, is shut down awaiting repairs. Taylor Press. Childress Lad Maltes Good. Word has been received in Childress that Monroe Elliott, son Of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. El- liott, formerly of Childress, but now of Los Angeles, Cali., has een made pivate secreta...

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