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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 12 November 1915

HP .4 ' ! . 4 n F" AND NEWS ;QA.TES, Editor and Proprietor ' BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDAY. NOV. 12. L915. $1.00 Per Year. VOL. XXX. NO. 22 'Th, k HMtTLETT FAIR (Jf ENED YESTERDAY. V Notwithstanding that the weather clerk made a chance in the weather program, the Bart- ltt Fair opened yesterday at noon -without the slightest change, in its program. The weather was quite threatening early in the day, but by mid- a day-, the conditions were favor- able and many hundred people (were here from Granger, Hol- land, Temple, Jarrell. George- town. Taylor and entire sur- rounding country to see the strdet parade and view the many beautiful exhibits in the large i and spacious nail which consist- ( ed of' floral, art, needlework, ,d 'poultry and agricultural dis- Vplays all home-made and home . grown, and which, we say, with- - out fear of contradiction, were equal to any shown at the coun- ty1 fairs. The attendance was )mrge and enthusiastic, both yesterday and last night, and i...

Publication Title: Bartlett Tribune And News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 12 November 1915

y, tin :'J m wm- Money To Loan 1 Your land note will be due this loll or winter. We want to renew and extend it for you. Now is the time to give us your application. Large or small Loans wanted. W?'itej tPhone or See 9s R. O. GULP & CO. Insurance Rental and Loons TEMPLE, TEXAS The Tribune And News .""FRIDAY.- N0V- 12 1915 "As the years rolls on" let us tx make Bartlett a better town in which to live. November 25, is Thanksgiving Day. Are you ready? Not unless "you are thankfully inclined, The contemolated improve- ments in our water works sys- tem, as is undertaken by the city council, will mean lower Icey rates for Bartlett. Let the ood work go. Now its a Federal Constitution Amendment enfranchising wo- men, In other words, it's strife tand warfare unto the end of the earth or more plainly speaking, let us have peace, if we have to ifightfor it. Gov. Ferguson has issued a proclamation designating the Week beginning Sunday. Nov. 21, as "Buy It Made In Texas" N week. Good! Buy it...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 12 November 1915

h , a , t . if 1 f I W ' 1 H n "I U ) If Still Continues with Unabated Interest We wish to thank our customers and patrons of the last week's sale for the liberal patronage given us. We think that you know now that LESLIE'S values are the MOST EXTRAORDINARY ever heard of before in or near Bartlett. Do not let this last week be the best last visit that you make to our store, for we have still more bargains that you have overlooked, with which you will be even more pleased. Tell your friends of this MIGHTY Removal Sale of the great values and of the quality of the goods, which are sold at such ridiculously low prices. Come again yourself you have only one more week. The best stock of HIGH CLASS Merchandise in the country thrown on the market at lowest possible prices. Are you getting your share of the values? Prices Have Been Slashed Bn our Entire lines of Dry Goods. A Mammoth Selling vent CALICO Simpson's Best Calico, Valued at per yd. ' - 6c. Removal price only per 10 yds. 25c Never...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 12 November 1915

;vw .TT pV. c t, u t iiji i imp n ii II il I m I WWJFTw'a The W C. Ti U. Meet Rl- . RT & r If' ! w .. BUS'S' ai PKPt B1 W'":' ' ' wf ? aft Hgh i i TURKEYS lOk Per 11c Per Lb. Trade This Week LAWRENCE BROS. Bartlett Texas I The Tribune And News FRIDAY, NOV., 12, 1915 , W. W. Wallace has been ap- pointed superintendent of the 'Bell county Home by the Com- , jniBsioners court. s ' Now for instance, suppose that ft the Bartlett Fair held this week, could be placed in a county ex- hibit? It would be an eye-opener, and dont you for get it, An-geline. "What is going to happen I when the war is over?" is a ques- I tion' often asked. To which we answer: it's our time next.- just as well be prepared for the I event. vKgSBBSSSSk ll'lll'Ml!l,lllllll ' " ' rrrrrn On our entire $25,000 stock of new and up-to-date Merchandise consisting of Men's "and Boy's Clothing, Ladies' and Misses Coat Suits, Coats, Sweaters, Skirts, Waists, Shoes, Hats, Dry Goods, Notions, Etc. Our Profit Sharing Sale wil...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 12 November 1915

vmm "-, ' tt :.'l t..fei r .. &a, i" r ui. w l 8..! y v r; V he. w . U: ' W k v a S! r. v .r LOCALairf PERSONAL Mr. T. V. Poynor of Waco is hero on a visit to relatives. " Bitf1 Kansas Expansion flour . biocuit demonstration at Law- rence Bros., Saturday atternoon, "Chas. Malechek, Louie Hnvelka and Chas. Chernosky, were in Taylor on business this week. Over 500 Ladies' fuits to select frm, ranging in price from 10. up to 10. Also giving away an Auto. Jarrell's Mississippi Store, Temple. 0. R. Cline is in Rogers. Kil- , leen and Belton this week. We are in the market for pe- , scans. See us. The Gersbach- .Wacker Co. W. B. Cline, who has charge " of Mrs. F. T. Stockton's farm, west 'of town, roders the Tribune sent to him. ( $5.00 to $15.00 saved on every Ladiess' Suit bought this week. Also giving away an Auto. Jarrell's Miss issippi Store, Temple Texas. New crop nuts, seeded raisins, currants, dates, etc, at The Gersbach-Wacker Co. Miss Mildred Sonntag left Sun- day for Duncan...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 12 November 1915

V o l. ' Ki !- f iV ' IS Fa tl m t : r " I r I ' ) V ' i ''il J I"4 a u J r aO 7 .' 3S ivti s ,,rr CONFIDENCE If ybu are not able tD determine when drug3 are of standard Btrength, or if you are not prepared to judge if a prescription is properly comnounded, then you must rely upon some druggist, Drug stores exist as a public convenience and for the promotion of the public hpnlth and safety, their right to exist depends on how well they fulfill these functions. We solicit vour trade on Ihe basis of our ability to serve you well and to protect and promote yqur in- terests in every way. t COME TO SEE US. The Leatherman Drug Company (DRUGS OF QUALITY) BARTLETJ, TEXAS LOCAL NEWS. Frank Doering of Temple was here Monday on business. 50 Sacks of Kansas bran to go $1.25 per sack. Lawrsnce Bros. Mr. and Mrs. W. ' W. Walton were among those to attend the Cotton Palace from here in Waco this week. Very best Dooley yams at $1 per bushel Lawrence Bros. Hugh Blair attended the Cot- ton Palace in ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 12 November 1915

1". " " T-r .1 f tifl WW1BIKT' . ' ! f ' ' iKIll' ' VV. ,. iMWyJ-WW -! l-MMMMA-AMUSBMMMMnMMltM ' . I"ll ' "' ',,'' .; . iijiwii ' t. Mfci hi 17 m'i i' ji iiij.. iiimtmmmmm!immk? ' -! Money Raising I In i h '. 'I ri . i" - Sale Still s K- H '$ I- !": '": . hlv, K: r-1 L'il t" ii : L'fi 8T- K.V..-I Tf-" i-' '''i J i? v. n I L Full H win ' '.il'h'nwpaa f We wish to thank each and every one for helping; us in our Money Raising Sale. Without your assistance it would have been a failure. To those who have not bought their winter supply we will say that our stock is still in good shape and you will find many bargains yet to choose from. DRESS GOODS We are still showing some good things in our Dress Goods Department Assortment of Wool Goods and Crepes, values rac. lib Ul 1 UU UUUUO llU JU.VJ1, "" 3 'Jf-.f up to $1.00. Special Oub Assortment of Plaid Suitings, Broadcloth, nrn worth up to$1.50. Special OOU 26 nch Silk Poplin and Satin, all colors.' QQn Regular 50c. Special uSo Mauny other ite...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 12 November 1915

M St- - mmitm U: . r- MMMMMlMffiMaMHI 1 f. IV iS t re. Erti' , B" U -i, . . , ! (V 'Z M,l " Consistency, Thou Art a Jewel " What the Rev. Mr. Ham Thought of Prohibiten 3 -Years Ago. Rev. Ham held a revival at Belton three years ago. The revival there was held AFTER and not before prohibition election. The people had spoken and prohibition could. not be an issue before the people for two years at least. 'That was probably the controlling reason that Bro. Ham delivered the remarkable sermon below, or else it was before the Anti-Saloon League and Bro. Ham got to working so harmoniously together. In either event, we desire the; pro committee to "tell us which is sincere attitude Of Bro. Ham. That in which he Characterizes prohibition as "a delusion and a .snare" or the attitude he assumed in Temple when he attacked Governor Ferguson for his position on this question. These extracts are taken from notes made at the time of the sermon (Oct. 25, 1912) by the man elected as the "Official Re...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 19 November 1915

W $ ' t raj , a 4,T u !- i .' - ' i. cfi. 5 V5 t s P4f Bfflf ' AND NEWS l . P.CATtDS, Editor and Proprietor BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY.. TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOV.. 19. '1915. $1.00 Per Year. VOL. XXX. NO. 23 SUIT FOR DAMAGES BEGINS AT GEO. TOWN RESULT OF THE PRO ELECTION HONOR ROLL , BARTLETT SCHOOL TEIVSPLE FURNITURE AGENT ARRESTED HUNDREDS SEE county m THE DRY COLUMN LIBERTY BELL '":!l u ' -. " J n fr j, "Bg i W R 1 rm PWple Telegram. After being in tho wet column "for oyer ten years, Bell county 6ri Saturday voted for prohibi- Ttftiori by the decisive majority of -.Approximately 1,000 voters whiained away from the polls for one reason or another, the otal voting strength being 7420. The prohibitionists rolled up a ft total of 3,178 "votes while the tuitis 'polled but 2.72G, a pro majority of 505, which figures The civii suit of Mrs. Jop Bar- ker vs. A. B. Kennedy for $50.- 000 for alleged damages, to her and her family because of Mr. Kennedy shooting her husband, fbomo before Judge C....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 19 November 1915

SfTtyf? vm. AM-, ) -i J ' .'p?' ,;. v f&WV, T'V C7'fl.'T,W o ' a a 0 - i?..' i'V k i? p' is rp a.; gr; (ft, . lv , 5 PS R.- t '&&& HKJT ' Money To Loan Your land note will be due this fall or winter. We want to renew and extend it for you. Now is the time to give us your application. Large or small Loans wanted. Wi-ftej ZPho7ie o?- See 9s R. O. GULP & CO. Insurance Rental and Loans TEMPLE, TEXAS ' The Tribune And News "FRIDAY. NOV.. 19, 1915 Verily, the Cotton market alumpeth. Do your Christmas shopping early, and do it in Bartlett? iimwi - It is almost impossible for every individual to get everything he wants in politics, commercialism or 'religion. In fact, it would not do. Now that the prohibition cam- 1 paten is over let us all shake hands (if there hss been any ill- feelings) aid all do our Christmas shopping early. The Merchants and Farmers National Bank of Cisco has clos- ed its doors. It was caused by the disappearance of the cashier and you know a bank ...

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

r?.v. wpi .rPPf v if ' ': 7,' f Ftftt'iiV.WWMPfflH i, ,r. i- j'-hp-"'! V' mtir?Mtm w f W :!i fT. y.L- I'"f Kv' i' B&- '.,. kVtr" te li.- &Y 1-3 m : ja m mm1 - W m R'& " JOflN, WARP Florence Stables Destroyed By Fires. Florenc, Tex., Nov. 14. All the stables at the Florence Fair grounds was destroyed by fire at 11 o'clock Saturday. In addition to the loss o the of the stables, four horses were burned to death two of them valuable stables. One was a noted pacer, Hal Geers, who had won purses on neatly every trtckin Central and West Texas. The stallions be- lodg to J, B. Vanderver, T. A. Wilson and W. H. Russell owned the other horses. A, large amount of corn and hay owned by Coun- ty Commissioner Custard was al- so burned. The loss will amount to several thousand dollars with no insurance, IV; the past prosecu -J. Attorney was made and in the wider held he has proven evea greater master of the situations than when he was fighting his way into the confidence of the people a...

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

-. , ll" ? Wn"j.T. K ?K5BWr " t, "'' "fr,1 '.':, ti yrt O r IPWJ- i Mkn Ira '' ! ' v to' i .1, rf Lll GOOD PLUMBING Have your Bath Room made sanitary by having a job of Plumbing put in. The way to, do that is to let us do it for- you. We are Practical Plumbers. A, trial will convince I'HONIt NO. 1 yu E. G. RAMSAIER K The Tpibune News FRIDAY. NOV.. 19, 1915 Let us pave. Bartlett merchants are pre- paring for a Rood holiday trade. 'Don't disappoint them. Buy-it-artlett. What figure does the result of the election in Bell county last Saturday cut with' Jim Fergu- son's administration as the best Goverqor Texas . ever had? It It mav mean that some good man will offer for his place in 1916 and get gloriously defeated, Since we have come to think about it, why in the thunder didn't the antis make it unani- r. mous? The banks of Bartlett have re- ports of their financial condition in this issue nd you are respect- fully invited to peruse, them, The prohibition election held iin Calhoun cou...

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

EM tMli ilNl uj Ml'. &! W ',; 'so" t. K'W c 4fv "?w" ', . k- No. 886 J . Official Statement of the Financial Condition of'BAltTtfETT STATE DANK nt BAUTLFTT State of Tcxns, at close of business on the 10th of Nov, 1915, published In Tho Bnrtlott Tribune a ncwBnpcr printed and puplishcd nt Bartlett State of Texns, en the lOtli dny of Nov, 1015. . RESOURCES latins nnd Discounts. $3,289.21 215.15 1,599.33 3,225.00 3.5G8.85 $118,183.90 7,550.00 707.70 2,500.00 138,282.03 13.7G3.4l' 4.1G7.78 3,504.39 8,393. 18 1,502.15 $298,G14.72 i ioans, renl estate "Overdrafts -- -- -- Bonds and Stocks i Bills of Excljango Real Estate (banking house) Furniture and Fixtures r ,Duo from Approved Reserve Agents, not , Due from other Banks and Rankers... Cash Items Currency Specie Interest in Depositor's Guaranty Fund Other Ucsoures as follows: Assessment' for State Guaranty Fund N TQTAL LIABILITIES .. Capital Stock paid in ' , ' ' $50,000.00 SurpluBFund . ...;.., '" -' 4,000.00 Undivided Profits, net ...

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

4''. ' ;;? 5WP ' 6 $A w IS w mi i r-t. ir tf Mr W y? WBSEkW, . . - . " ' I CONFIDENCE saRE ""3G If you are not able to determine when drugs are of standard strength, or if you are not prepared to judge if a prescription is properly compounded, then you must rely upon some druggist, Drug stores exist as a public convenience and for the' promotion of the public health and safety, their right to exist depends on how well they fulfill these functions. , . ', We solicit your trade on the basis of our ability' to serve you well and to protect and promote your In- terests in every way, COME TO SEE U'S. ,!iumm-,i ipi'wwwj'w mww nj "aump Th Leatherman Drug Company (DRUGS OF QUALITY) BARTLETT, TEXAS LOCAL NEWS. . "Mr. and Mrs. Ed Scott were in town Tuesday shopping. Hooper Cook of Prairie Dell , were here Tuesday. Dont forget to give Nowotny a part of your trade; he will treat 3ou right. L. W. Wilhite was in Beltoh Monday. Mr. Jack Patterson of Dona- lio was among the Cotton Palace visitors t...

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

vmw. e V .,"-- 5. r" v I h i Xb ) : 4? t .: 1 if RlZES AWARDED AT BARTLETT FAIR At' 8 o'clock p. ;fn, the follow- ing prizes were awarded: Longest time married couple tfr: and Mrs. S H Matthews $1.00 (Shortest time married couple Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Wacker $1.00 f Heaviest couple $1.00 Mr., and Mrs. E. M. Wilson. Heaviest man to height 25c .E. M. Wilson '.Lightest man to height 25c ?rof E. L. Bryant . Tallest man 25c -If, C. Allen. .Shortest man 25c T. N. Burnsides. Heaviest baby to age,, gold , -.ring. Little G. Hoes. Lightest couple 50c Johnie Wacker and family. Largest family (all present) 1 gallon molases, and free admis- sion for family. Luther Robinson and family. ' Party having lived in Bartlett longest time 50c Grover Kuler First child born in Bartlett corporation atter M., K. & T. Railway came here, One year subscription to Bartlett Tribune. Grover Kuler Most handsome couple present: Mr. Spere Kuler and Miss Net- tie Hempel. Volunteer sketches of early Bartlett history. t...

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

V.: & m V"P IsMfflWC tK i-" , iu'rsmvx' v ct -: in t ii mum ii in ' il'il uisteu. '.insist.' 'MitlWHIMMM''11 TV IMnnAalMnwM ' Bareaifis ifi Coat Suits and Goats sL 3MH :; .m - -?f .. m i r' !. st i W . .'i. ,(i t K It j, in ft' Vt ' - El '.' ) bf n? I, - '.J-'V. If That You9!! Remember . A visit to our ready-to-wear department will convince you that the biggest Bargains of the season are to be had right here right now. We sold ready-to-wear at some remarkably low prices during our clean sweep sale. Still we have a splendid collection of cpats' and suits and those who waited or perhaps did riot intend to buy a suit will find a suit or coat here at a' price that will surprise you. , , There is not a undesirable coat or suit in our stock. Every garment is new in style, color and material. Suits of wool poplin in colors; blue, brown, fereen and black, trimmed with fur and braids, also buttons. . The sizes are 14 to 44. The regular prices were $11 to $27.50. $27.50 Suits a,t - - $19....

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

:-y . AND NEWS 'j; hM r itpTcA-TES, Editor and Proprietor BA.RTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDAY. NOV. '26. 1915. ' $1.00 Per Year. VOL. XXX. NO. rx " -M 1 j H , mmmtmm . wi m mill ii wmm mwi I i imjj.nijnniiii.i.i..ii i JJ,ijJijM ..' TTT "! ' i i i I 1 1 I n mimm ma mmmm m :u GOOD ROADS MEETING FRIDAY. 'Oh next Friday night there will be a Good Roads meeting in Bartletfc teluiivo to the proposed A FEW RE A SONS W ?t f r m . Meridian Highway, and a large r nufhiber of people are expected to be, present, not only from this nection, but from over the state. - ' JThfv Meridian Highway, lead- .from Winnepeg to Laredo, is one, of the roads that has been designated by the National High- ways, Association as one pa&t of the.50,000 hiile system that con- jrr& will be asked to .take charge of and maintain at; Go- ;rnment expense. The construc- , tion of the road will increase the business of each county through which it runs at least 5100,000 (- annually in the opinion of those ...

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

F vt u J h- , O tH i'WJ J v n, 0 i Ik V & 1. I LV s. B. I' ti A V ,. it ri t, Money To Loan Your land note will be due this fall or winter. We want to renew and extend it for you. Now is the time to give us your application. Largo or smell Loans wanted. Write; !Pho?7e or See 9s R O. GULP & CO. Insurance Rental and Loans TEMPLE, TEXAS The Tribune News FRIDAY, NOV.. 26, 1915 What we have let us be thank- ful for. What we haven't got and can't get, let us think would make us miserable if we had it. Anon. Bartlett has a g''od mayor and a splendid board of Aldermen. All should fall in line and help make the presedt administra- tion a successful one. The County Commissioners reappoiited reappointed Tom Youngblood as demonstration agent for Bell county for the en- suing year. Mr. Youngblood has aorved in this capacity for the Hst two terms. All this talk about ''prepared- isess" will have to be settled pretty soon'if it does us any sROod. The first of January is (close at hand, and...

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

mi" 'I i'P- ' flftif I ,,i ,. -f-" "!' P U ,4, ft WAREHOUSE LAW IS CONSTITUTIONAL. Austin. Tex., Nov. 17. -The eight hour lav; and the state warehouse law were both held constitutional by the court of 'criminal appeals today, in opin- ions handed down. Judge David son disented in the holding on the warehouse law, and the con stitutionality was upheld on a majority opinion. This law was attacked under proceedings styl- ed ex-parte Dabney White. Con- stitutional questions were raised that the law was unconstitution al because it contained more than one subject, it was violative of the fourteenth- amendment to -the constitution of the United States in that it deprived any person or life, liberry or proper- ty without due prosess of law; that it denied equal protection - of the law to all particp, etc. It was held constitutional against all these contentions. The eight-hour law in proceed- , ings styled G. H. Bradford et al from grounds that it abridged - the right of contract, that it ...

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

1 . ' MtpMMViMMtafcJI 5 n k i I: si ? Ir. S "V J he Tribune And News FRIDAY. NOV., 26, 1915 F. Z. Bishop Files BanKruptcy Papers. It was Benjamin Franklin, we ate told, who during the days of .war, said: "It's alright to pray, but it pays to keep the powder dry." J Governor Ferguson and Chief Executive Venustiano Carranza met on the bridge, but not at midnight. May it result in good to all concerned. . i. Our school is progi essing nice- ly and may it so continue, and with tho united efforts of teach- ers, trustees, students and patrons, it will. Remember, that a house divided against itself cannot stand. This applies to all things cities, towns, communities, and all organiza- tions. . - T f Congressman Thomas H. Hef- lin, of Alabama, who ha9 given a great deal of study to the cot- situation, predicts that cotton will go to 20 cents a pound. Mr. Heflin calls attention to the fact 'that in 1871 cotton sold for 20 cents, and that from 1866 to 1869, as a result of the civil war, the pr...

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