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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 9 July 1915

nwrvwr it. r W ' 1- 1 & K .t 1! r, . 77 r ." ". ' .t T JU.. in "tWtv ft , i .k r h "u Buy Your W inter Fuel Now Now is the time of year for you to provide for your Winter Fuel, and I will soon be getting in ship- ments of Montcvallo Coal, and I would be pleased to have you place your wants before me, so that the deliveries can be made direct from the car, thereby saving the expense of one hauling and one handling. We all know that Montevallo Coal is the best fuel to be had, and while the initial cost is a little bit more than other fuel, in the long run, or in the end, this fuel is the cheapest, to say nothing of the pleas- ure you will have in the use of it, over other fuels. Try it in your cooking stoves and ranges, and you will find this fuel the best and cheapest of any fuel, and besides yon will have a pleased housewife. Try it once and you will find this true. Please favor me with your fuel business, I will appreciate it. I J. M. ALLEN, THE COAL MAN The Tribune And News FR...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 9 July 1915

T TJ"?Hf ' :-."& . V" '' ;-.i " "d ' ;V7v" ii MONDAY AND TUESDAY SPECIALS SWWr L o I ' " ' fc. R : M v.. m '"'i i Ki U , ?" m.l s J i. j. W . l.l Nil n Mm-'- W 'ill $2.00 Silk Waists $1.35. $1.50 Silk Waists 98c. $2 Middy Blouse $1.35. $1.50 Middy Blouse 98c. Children's Dresses Off. Ages 6 to 14. Walton Dry Goods Company SILOS We woulc like to tell you about our Silo. We can show you one in use. No hoops to get loose and therefore can not buckle and come apart. A splendid Silo and a price that is right. FAiRCHILD LUMBER CO. D. D. FAIRCHILD, JR., Manager LOCAL and PERSONAL Lawrence Bros, big sale closes tomorrow. All hats still going at reduced prices. Mrs. C, P. Hawkins. Mr. Cox and Noah Shults are fishing for fish on the river. Have you seen the Ford-Detroit reel at the Cresent Theater? Every Saturday. Mrs. D, D. Fairchild and chil dren are visiting relatives at Sul- phur Springs. Aug, Springborn is building cement walks for J. V. Morris and A R. Grosse. A large per cent of Bar...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 9 July 1915

sl IV tii . & if, I 1 . K- Pi K C v w"" . I J- ' I.' I. ( n' P. P ,,V ' V. r 4, J a :- r ; n i V . H v r 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 that is WE SATISFY YOUR HUNGER with goodies by the score, r And for all these ATTRACTIONS and many many more, WE STAND IN LINE to greet you at Lepther- man Drug Co's, the leading store. The Leatherman (DRUGS OF QUALITY) LOCAL NEWS. Miss Lila Duncan has return- ed from a visit to Ft. Worth re- latives. A. S. Clark and family attend- ed the Taylor Fair on last Mon- day, the opening day. Messrs. J. T. and R. E. Stewart made a business trip to Austin last Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Holding are on a fishing trip near Marble Falls. Liv-ver-lax relieves all ills of the Liver and Stomach, Get it from Condra & Blair. Oscar McMillan who is farm- ing near Jarrell, was in town Tuesday and ordered the Tribune sent to him. Max Beyer and t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 9 July 1915

' ' yP? Jr vl' U if u Ml M i . V t, ,. . 5 " '? p-,- .T.--r-F- - '"-'7 , "I 1 k f ( ' 9 v r- A BIG FIRE AT TEMPLE Temple, July 5. Fire originat- ing in the vulcanizing room of Wiggina' garage in the old Tem- ple natatorium building this af- ternoon completely destroyed the building and its contents. The losses are $10,000 on the building, with insurance $5, 000; garage, tools and equipment, $2,000, no insurance; Leroy Con- lisk, household and personal ef- fects, $700, insurance $300; Leo Harris, household and personal effects $600. no insurance; C. E. Winn, building damaged $500, fully insured. Ten automobiles owned by various local parties, loss $6,000, partly insured. A Letter From Rule. Rule, Texas, June 21, '15. Editor Granger News, I noticed in the Granger News of last week that Mr. Jno. Scott had eight acres of wheat that averaged 22 1-2 bushels per acre, and you seemed to think that was a big crop. You spoke of him having hot buscuits a long time and he will, and I am glad of...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 9 July 1915

j X J" . "" ' J , v. ,',i htr. r MOTHERS Sewing Problems are wonderfully well solved when their boys wear Dutchess Knickerbockers 10c A BUTTON, $1.00 A RIP No broken threads. No gaping seams. Stout fabrics. "" ' ' "': Satisfaction guaranteed. Per pair 50c to $2.50 rA Keep Kool Clothes They invite the breezes & subduccs the sun. Your bopy overheated and fret- ted in wooly clethes, can, not do a fair days work. Keep Kool Clothes Per Suit $7.50 ARE YOU IT? Or Is It The Other Fellow? FIR.ST Do yovi let Good Values go by or is it the other mu that gives the Valies no consider- ation? SECOND Do yovi Jvimp t the chaoice to buy Good Goods of Good Quality at low prices or not? WHICH? Are you of the first or second caliber? If you have been in the heJrit of letting Good Values go by, we a.sk you to look at our Fine Line of Goods. You need not buy. If you Jump at the chance to buy Good Goods we ask yovi to please tell others of the good satis- faction yovi are receiving, what it means to t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 16 July 1915

nr ALaA "" "' ' "f 'i i. W" ' I -' ,: . '? -1 , ?Sj c reT, - ' ' ft fitatte w , AND NEWS E. F. CATES, Editor and Proprietor BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDAY, JULY 16. 1915. $1.00 Per Year. VOL. XXX. NO. 5 GOVERNOR IS FOR WOMAN SUFFRAGE MORE PENSION REDUCTIONS wirXljJjt F Mtt l. .J-r P ) r1- , "V , uf A BIG CROWD AT SCHWERTNER The third annual Schwertner picnic was delivered yesterday, and it waB some affair. The at- tendance was beyond the esti- mate of the oldest inhabitant, and Bartlett furnished its pro- rata of those who attended. The principal feature of the day's exercises was the address of Ex-Governor 0. B. Colquitt, who has announced his candi- dacy for the United States sen- atorship. In his speech Mr. Col- quitt upheld clean policies, both in methods and in politics. He further remarked that the great- est and most imporant question now before the American people is the price and disposition of our agricultural products. He also referred to national and state le...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 16 July 1915

" 0 " n (f5 . 1M ;! r , '5 M - MOTHERS Sewing Problems are wonderfully well solved when their boys wear v V Dutchess Knickerbockers 1 0c A BUTTON, $1 .00 A RIP No' broken threads. No gaping seams., s ' ,.. 'Stout fabrics. " $, Fvr .. --Satisfaction guaranteed. ..' . V v I-.. A"fV ill- ".;11ji , 7? YOU Pes4 pair 50c to $2.50 f J J .! Keep Kool Clothes They invite the breezes & subduces the sun. Your bopy overheated and fret- ted in wooly clethes, can, not dp a fair days work. Keep Kool Clothes Per Suit $7.50 IT? Or Is It The Other fellow? FIRST Do you let Good Values go by or is it the other mao that gives the Valies no consider- ation? l ' ' '' .''. . ! ill SECD&NB-Do you Jimp ct the 'hedtide to buy Good Goods of Good Quality at low prices or no i? WHICH? Are you of the first or second caliber? If you have been in the hsdbit of letting Good VaJues go by, we essk you to look at our Fine Line of Goods. You need not buy. If you Jump at the chance to buy Good Goods we: Lsk you t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 16 July 1915

- ' " ' ..' . " - WWWhWHMAWi WWifeMtfHtyywriwwlftKl wifoMfMiawwt wffSU-"- i ' Jiu- A. - . .. . M -v w- as fe lf,'f I'' 5rL I .:. , .. I. -. ' I S'J I-I, - I .'.ft'. Ifc SSr'l.N F?1".' m K" - " ? &,. , i "V i"-.- s. fitv iBbt'.'. i,2 r. ..IV. rj" ra. 15-fr .- 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. Bartlett Hardware Company T. W. TALBOT, Proprietor BARTLETT, TEXAS Interurban Route Is Selected. 0. K. Jacobs of Temple, who spent yesterday here with the public weighers, and who is the secretary-treasurer of the state organization of the weighers, said that it was accepted by ev- erybody in...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 16 July 1915

THE BIG REVIVAL IS IN FULL SWING 1 i-n ' -1 k j REV. RHODES, Pastor First Baptist Church REV. BERRY Pastor First Methodist Church I REV. McCARTY, Pastor Central Christian Church ; h M k Bartlett has staged a revival show that gives promise of out- classing anything of similar na- ture ever produced in this imme- diate territory. All of the Pro- testant pastors of Bartlett are a unit in the great plan outlined in the Bible by our Saviour. , Monday hiorning a committee selected by the directors of the revival called upon the business men of Bartlett.requesting them to close their places of business from 9:50 to 11:00 a. m., and their request met with almost universal response. The meeting opened Sunday morning with Rev. McCarty in the pulpit. The gentleman also spoke at the evening devotion and at both services on Monday. His remarks at each meeting were of the McCarty kind im- pressive, truthful and abundant with expressions which made his audiences feel that right living brings to a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 16 July 1915

. H u I! n U . I f( -1 ! SSK.' 5p- MONDAY AND TUESDAY SPECIALS ) ladies' White Hose ! " 50c Kind - 39c 25c Lisle - 19c '$1 Silk Hose, white & Mais - 85c Wash Skirts - 50c $2.00 Meddy Blouse - $1.35 $1.50 Middy Blouse - 98c Shirt Waists - .One Third Off $1.25 Meddy Blouse - 79c 7 LBS. GOOD COFFEE - $1 .00 Palm Fans Two for 5c New shipment Baby Doll Pumps, Special - $2.00 5 Lbs. P. Berry Coffee - $1 .00 i.. Bf ' p . i" M.' ') . uJ 1 ' f'Y' P ' m . v H "w ' 'ft m & tw re?-. K. !' 15 LBS. SUGAR $1.00 STAPLE GROCERIES Walton Dry Goo 'UPWi WW "MM -HII II 'g'Ul'.yfKi.tfJ.M.W.'WlJi.WPUi-ll Company Bartlett, Texas SILOS We woule like to tell you about our Silo. We can show you one in use. No hoops to get loose and therefore can not buckle and come apart. A splendid Silo and a price that is right. FAIRCHILD LUMBER CO. D. D. FAIRCHILD, JR., Manager LOCAL and PERSONAL Mrs. T. S. Parker and daugh ter, Miss Wanda are visiting rela- tives in Brownwood this week. Little Julia Brown is visit...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 16 July 1915

TOP? n . "fwfi7. ii AWjt?lW.l.iWt,WMW.1tH" wMt,Wf 4WMWll t0f. ("Wt 'towttmmnmitfmxvfa'mi&iH.i .if -,-, " , -A, " ,-;! -MI-.M. v . jmS" if J u niufoim,!vfcurt( 1 ySHMtlmm!MWKmHei.--r?; . iVtWvMcwUuA.TtmwiWihiv , i ".i.i9 vs. ssjasflsa?-44.0 &ji,, '3 i. :e3SCJr.i,8Hii5 & 1 '; M ft W' f . R . f ro& ' 9 V' I v IS - ft V K I ' r ft 1 a 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 that is WE SATISFY YOUR HUNGER with goodies 1 - by the score. And for all these ATTRACTIONS and. many many more, 1 WE STAND IN LINE to greet you at Leather- man Drug Co's, the leading store. The Leatherman (DRUGS OF QUALITY) LOCAL NEWS. Mr. and "Mrs. T. W. Talbot and children are camping at Salado this week. Misses Vera Hair, Mable Tur- ner and Gertrude Huddleston attended the Taylor Fair Thurs- day. Bessie and Victor Bobo of Florence Visited friends here Sunday, Misses Mabel Turner and Ger...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 16 July 1915

MMMMJK. i. ft :d rh f li,' I fc l Buy Your Winter Fuel Now Ml Now is the time of year for you to provide for your Winter Fuel, and I will soon be getting in ship- ments of Montevallo Coal, and I would be pleased to have you place your wants before me, so that the , deliveries can be made direct from the car, thereby saving the expense of one hauling and one handling. We all know "that Montevallo Coal is the best fuel to be had, and while the initial cost is a little bit more than other fuel, in the long run, or in the end, this fuel is the cheapest, to say nothing of the pleas- ure you will have in the use of it, over other fuels. Try it in your cooking stoves and ranges, and you will find this fuel the best and cheapest of any fuel, and besides yon will have a pleased housewife. Try it once and you will find this true. Please favor me with your fuel business, I will appreciate it. RECORD CROP LAST SEASON fs J2u gBscsaasaasssassa J. ML ALLEN, THE COAL MAIN Washington July! 8, The co...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 16 July 1915

' H t"Hf,,y : -. p ;v Si,. i h-i -'-. ' ,ftt t - o $ ':V XJ V -. ! 4 !f . 91 rV.' SO DA A Food As Well As A Drink Mothers need never hesitate in letting their children drink SODA WATER that comes from our plant, because it is pure and sanitary in every respect. We only use pure products. Our plant is always open to the public for inspection. Ladies are especially invited to come and inspect our plant. Give us your next order. THE BARTUETT BOTTLING WORKS BRAUN & ZANDERS, Proprietors. PHONE 146. Mrs Parti ett Entertained Last Friday evening Mrs. D. D. Barllett entertained in honor of Miss Lasiter ot Waco, who is a guest here of Miss Inez Pow- ell. The lawn was artistically arranged with pretty plants and lights, and the affair was syste- matically carried out. The town guests were: Misses Hardin, Rowntree, Powell, Ben- sou, Allen, Berry,Shrock, White, Bozeman, Rhodes. Bolding, Cope- land, Lilla and Sallie Isaac, Mod- csett, Jmith and Fowler, Mes- srs. Harry, Leroy and Gus Lin- dem...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 23 July 1915

vf I1?"- ', - AND NEWS fjj R. F. CATES, Editor and Proprietor BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDAY. JULY 23. L915. $1.00 Per Year. VOL. XXX. NO. 6 BIG REVIVAL GROWS IN INTEREST BIG PICNIC AT BARTLETT JULY 28 BORING FOR OIL NEAR ROGERS E 9e Kr KT v if Br '( ft.-. i s fe i ? If Irf W The co-operative revival meet- ing being conducted at the tab- ernacle by the pastors of the va- rious churches of .Bartlett grows in interest with each service. While the number of conversions have not been as large, perhaps, as in former revivals, the great interest that is being manifested is no less. Each pastor is doing his duty in delivering the mes- sages and the good people of every denomination are putting forth their best efforts toward saving souls. The immense choir, led by Mr. Ellis, is due mention for its noble work in making the meeting a success. The cottage prayer-meetings! by the ladies each afternoon, and those by the men in the business houses, are meeting with good results, and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 23 July 1915

Mmw'W W ii:WM i ' ly-i-i- i. 1-' ra 1 V u 1 . ' ' u - . J J. v' i . . iii.t ' , --i- '. B '. Lf W si r vF! sjv OUH PRIC WONDERFUL Savings on all Summer Goods; they must be sold and our prices will help you take them away. Nothing in the Summer line will be reserved, all go at a great reduction, Remnants -and left overs from the spring business, can 'be bought at your own price. Your good judgment will tell you to buy them. Autumn is coming on and want every Remnant and yard of Summer goods cleaned out. Men's Palm Beach Suits We .only have a very few left that sold form- erly at $7.50, we are closing them out at per suit, any size 48 and 50 mmrwc -IjMPa WSk DMPKIral SfiSHre " HSSKS MJE IT oy's Knee Pants have almost any sizeyou-wish from 18, the prices were formerly 50c to They will all be sold at One Third Off BOY'S CLOTHING Remember we vcarry Blue Serges as well as fancies, cut on the very latest models One Third Off Only $4.50 Men's Mohair Suits Now is the time to buy a 15.00 suit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 23 July 1915

'Wff fJ1 li . ' h -4r 1 U $50,000 DAMAGE w : yl '.V Kt MTV fer Ift I 1 1' BV' :.i I PROGRAM FOR OLD SETTLERS MEET Georgetown, Texas, July 14. The program for the eleventh annual reunion of the old settlers .of Williamson county has been arranged and is being printed for distribution. The opening date, July 26, has been design- ated as campers' day, when ar- rangements will be made by all campers for location of tents, etc. The program as arranged will begin Tuesday, July 27, at 10 a. m. with the opening exer cises and an address from Gover nor James E. Ferguson at 11 a. m. Among the other speakers for the reunion during the week's encampment are Mrs. Rebecca Fisher, president of the Daug- ters of the Republic of Texas; Dr. J. J. Terrell of Temple, who will address the Williamson County Medical society Wednes- day afternoon, July 28, on the "Gospel of Clean Living" and the Hon. Eelson Phillipps, chief justice of the supreme court of Texas, who will speak at 11 a. m, July 28. Musical ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 23 July 1915

;::av, .; jyJ,i"iv?p 'V. SUCCESSFUL MEET- ING CLOSED. There Are As Good Fish In the Sea As Were Ever Caught One of the most successful re- vival meetings in the history of that section came to a close last Sunday night at the Alligator church. It was conducted by ""W UmBBmBWmMmMmmmEBBmmmiBB But you have to know where to go for them. Same Cjvunireusc jiio. r. ivunun oi Marshfield, Mo., assisted by Rev G. L. Barfiold, local preacher. Each service was largely at- tended, and besides the many conversions and reclamations, there was a great revival of re- ligion among the professed chris- tians. may be with lumber. In spite of the hard times, good lumber can be had at the right places. This is one of them and you will find it much to your advantage to give us your next order. You'll know why after you have used the lumber. iHiBHglMi3H Efi MUTUA1 y Ub Home Builders The Trifouoe And News FRIDAY. JULY 23, 1915 The subject of holding cotton ir during tne coming season snouia begin to arouse ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 23 July 1915

)i tt w P' kP w jy I- 1 1 ' '. t M Me- fr , IHKV BffV !: 5w tM ftt ' 1. '.. 1 ft! .WHV it a WE scsersarxDxc mi mum SILOS Wc would like to tell you about our Silo. Wc can show you one in use. No hoops to get loose and therefore can not buckle and come apart. A splendid Silo and a price that is right. FAIRCHILD LUMBER CO. D. D. FAIRCHILD, JR., Manager LOCAL and PERSONAL - Come to the picnic. Miss Neel Andrews of Waco was the guest of Mrs. M. 0. Kul- er this week. Mr. and Mrs. D. Zweig. have returned home from a few weeks stay in Marlin. Jenkins & Son are paying the highest market price for hogs. See them in Bartlett. Reports from Davilla state that a good rain fell in that section Tuesday evening. Nothing do- ing in dear old Bartlett. Dont forget the picnic at Ca- sino July 28 next Wednesday. Loraine Lawreripe was in Tem- ple Wednesday on business. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Mounger of Holland were the guest of relatives here Wednesday. Wood For Sale Four foot and stove wood, all dry. See...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 23 July 1915

;ji ww? ' ' I'. 'TV f'J'. ,0 ' l- Cfc i; S u 6H , . tl f.M &2f" - MS '- ir fc -' :.' K $!? o 0." Summer Each season brings special demand in the drug line, and Whatever the Demand is, WE MEET IT! We have remedies for all summer ills, Cures for all summer hurts, killers for all summer insects, and protection for all summer complexions. The Leatherman (DRUGS OF QUALITY) LOCAL NEWS. Mrs. L. Rowntree is visiting his son, Woodie in Austin this week. Messrs Mose Cox, Louie Bart- lett, Casper Shults and Stanton Allen left Tuesday morning for Llano to enjoy fiishing for a few days. Mr. and Mrs, Lon Whitlow and family are enjoying camp life at Salado this week. Miss Urbanke of Austin is visiting Miss Olga Briehan this week. FOR SALE Good Jersey milk cow, cheap. Apply to A. E. Conn at Davilla. Ray Murrah of Granger was here Tuesday on business. Jim Lee Wilkerson of Holland was here Tuesday on business. Mrs. Wallace Usry is visiting relatives in Taylor. Dr. Dodson returned to his home in M...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 23 July 1915

- : X TlT if JfP 7J'?v t ' : 'w.'1' 4 k b i:aMjfc'4nnna"i("j . 5 k T '..."' J r ' ' BM m itz i THE SOLDIERS TOOK EVERYTHING Laredo, Texas, July 14. After ft month's trip overland Georire Ogden, his three sons with their wives and teiv babies arrived hero today. Tney were furnished transportation by the govern- "ment and will proceed to Marlin. Ogden said: "I have been in Mexico 11 years. Prior to the past three months I haye not been molested, but at that time my supplies were confiscated and my cattle killed. We were hu- miliated and when wo protested were threatened with hanging. On the road from June 8th to last week we encountered hun- dreds of skeletons and were fre- quently compelled to get out of wagon ancr" remove the bodies to avoid possibly passing the wag- on over them. Ford Owners Get Refund. Detroit, Mich., July 16. -The Ford Automobile Company this afternoon announced, a refund of approximately $15,000,000 to ' " owners of Ford automobiles who , ' have purchased their ...

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