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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 10 March 1916

il t ,-T 1 ' fj" (' SMOOTHING THE PATHWAY ( n HjTK'J r j v?s t,'A a w r- k L J Hardin Hardware The Tribune r Arid News FRIDAY, MAR. 10. 1916 It will soon be time for the ''Annual Convention of Flies." Are you going to receive thnm ,with open doors, or will you fwat them? Th6 scholastic census is now being'taken in the Bartlett In- dependent school district. Don't foil to see the enumerator, if he does not see you. Twenty-nine girls in Heavenly Housfou, chased a burglar 29 ' blocks. Fear, growing out of the circumstance that it 'was leap year, gave the scoundrel the wings of the wind and he finally made his escape. ?'Nothing succeeds like success. Ham & professional revivalists, collected more than $3000 last Sunday! The offering was vol- untary, And just think how far a similar voluntary offering 'would go toward paying the sal- aries of some of our.loeal minist- ers' who have a hard time argu ing with their congregations! 'Corpus Christi Caller. The signs of the times, the less...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 10 March 1916

V? w? TWtftJ I I-; v ?K X If h V G i ' Id 9c -v iv ' i Iflr. r I;, p. 'J TV ' f fefl In. , ' h kMa MOBS ROWS MEET ING AT PRAIRIE DELL A good roads mooting wa"s held ' at JPrnirie Dei!. Thursday March i 2, at 3 p. m., in the W. .0. W. Hall, Mayor tfeal Bassel of Bel- tbn was elected chairman. The purpose of the meeting was to connect the strip of road from the Salado road to the Jar roll 'road, and to discuss the Meridian Htahvvay. Mr. D. E. Colp, Secretary of the Texan Highway Association, was present aud delivered an ad- dre8t( showing the importance of the Prairie Dell district connect- ing up their road. If itx is not , onnected, there, will be no chance to get the Meridian Highway through there. Talks were made by the following: Mayor Neal Bassel, D. J. C. Hardy. W. P. Den man and W. W. .lames of Belton. Chas. M. Campbell of Temple and Judge Tom McCullough of Waco, who was introduced as the best good roads taker in Texas. Many compliments were paid to W. P. Denman by the above s...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 10 March 1916

V & n- , K V j K i! ftr i i a v I ia I Vf IV p M - The Tribune " aAnd News i FRIDAY. MAR. 10. 1916 A man or woman good health has no to indulge in an mood. in tolerable moral right unpleasant There's something in this world besides monpy." "Yes," said the cynic, "there's the poor- house," Ex. Remember the date Tuesday evening 7:30 to 9:30, and all day Wednesday the Spring Style Show. You are cordially invited to come. One of the best addresses made to a Bartlett audience in a long time was that of Mr. Edgecombe Tuesday evening before the Re- tail Merchants Association and to the citizens of Bartlett. Sinte the installation of meters by the Light Company, the Handholders Union of Bartlett are in trouble. If they keep the lights burning the old man raises ,and about the light bill, and if they set in the dark he raises the d 1 and says its not decent, There you are. ''Now that the railway company lias complied with the demand of the City Council in putting in alarm bells at the cr...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 10 March 1916

!i t ,x &; I- V A NK , p t HW $m , V -$ Ikt, r r- IP1- ' Wl- a 4i . : wr ft' "" V j . ' The man with monev fi6u on No some. earn 1 j EVi'W'y? '. red He TipureaEHH v jammzxm DanKino some.JiB ri . sm2wmr-zz: mosMmr J MmJf-ZA I I ?5 ST3 vneim$ jmmmz JHJMoneyyou earn? money- All of (lie rich men you see ho comfortable (lny, figured when hey were younjjor (lint Ihoy MUST IIAVK MONEY in the linuk io Btnrl into any Iciiul of IimhIiiohh. So Oioy nlnrlcil n lnuk acconnf. Yon knovr hn rcH. TIm( linulc account' (Jrrw into n F,OItTUNK. ? , (i II onu bo UHt (ho muiic villi you. TIioto'h no luclc about it. Pnt YOUR MONBY IN OCR Hnnk. HRST NATIONAL BANK BARTLKTT, TKXAS. LOCAL NEWS. Remember the style show. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Kleen of Burnet were guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. Kleen at Vilas this week. Anything in fresh vegetables, every day at Rowntree Bros. Phones 58 and 76. Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Fairchild were Austin visitors during the week, where they witnessed the play, "The Garden of Allah." ' B...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 10 March 1916

J 'a1- f.'-t m. - 'it s" 9 r? A M 'a ;-. ,tr '$ i Ml ' u Sr. rrrr FuLffyiiM? NATIONAL MAZDA This Light is Good for Boys BOYS and girls need the best light you can give 4 them. Their eyes are growing like the rest of their bodies. Do not put children's eyes under strain by bad lighting. Use National Mazada light. It's betrnr. It's brighter. It's three times as bright as as carbon lamp-light and costs no more. It's the bet light for reading, study, work or play. May we talk with you about the lightening of your house, store or building. jCeatherman Driig Company Bartlett, Texas LOCAL GOSSIP Mercer Allen of Granger was kere Sunday to see home folks mnd his many friends. Yolney Reed of Holland was kere Monday enroute Waco on business. ' Your home might as well be without a roof as without a Rom- berg Broom. Sold everywhere. Mrs. J. D. Bellwas a Temple Tisitor thi week, and also while in the city Fhe saw, "The Birth Of A Nation." For Sale Good cane seed, the Bic Red Top and the Little Re...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 10 March 1916

TrWVysff '', a !rr;;'T?i '?;,r! v u '4 . ; ; I I ' - "i -A .t , , X ' II . . , "' "'V , L I IP' tf c- -.1 FO nMGR w LvnENCE CITIttN DIES While aiahinpr in tho Nueces River near Bishop Thurday af ter- Uiil Woon J, C, Nunnery, a farmer Y living near Bishop waa attacked bv nnoolexv and died with a few minutes. Mr. Nunnery with hia brother reach tho river about noon. They were invited to .the Eliff homo for dinner. They declined tho invitation stating that they desired to start fishing at once. J. C. Nunnery went to tho edgo of the river ,nd threw in a line. His brother heard him groan and saw him Justice W. G. Sutherland of Muntzer was summoned and he pronounced death caused by heart trouble. The body was taken to Robs- town to prepare for shipment to Bishop, Corpus Christi Caller. Mr Nunnery is a former citi- zen of the Florence county, and U well known by many, Bond Issue Carries. Burnet, TexaB, March 6. At an election held in Burnet Coun- ty Saturday on a bond issue for building a b...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 10 March 1916

?r 'iVJM W"r tlTTT - I u tr, h s t 8v - ' M A V (BO- Wi Porch and pergola extending clear across the front of this typical bungalow structure gives to it much of its beau- ty. The side and rear porches are not without their own charm and utility, The living room has beamed cealings, a fine fire place and built in bookcases accompanying. This can be made with plain ceiling if desired. This room opens practically its full length into the adjoining dining room, which in turn has an entrance out on the side porch flhe bath room is so designed as to furnish a nice closet inside, while the closets for both the bed rooms have the additional advaritage of being lighted with outside windows. Every portion of the house is easily accessable from the centrally located hnll. Ventilation and lighting have been handled in ' an exceptionally able and sctentific munnes. the unsually large number of windows in the bed rooms, making them, when desired,( ideal "fresh air" sleeping apartments. The break...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 10 March 1916

m. 'v; .y? U -If . ( r M 31 K V ft. u n jjweb v THlES mmMmmm mrmmm 11 a fti I 4 fr"am (( XV A S-Sf' ring jpk J nA . V I I BBt - fa V WA $m$& f MWHMHB If 111! y , jww K T- ti ' jot M m& n L- TKs the e. j Ml iHki Silk tor Whole Store Brilliant Spectacle of BEAUTY and FASHION The choicest creations of the Fashion World have been gathered together to make this the most wonderful opening thai: we have ever , had. Every day next week will be Style Day. Tuesday night promptly at 7:30 o'clock our windows will be unveiled, revealing for the first time this season's newest styles. Also our store will remain open from 7:30 to 9:30 O'CIock FOR DISPLAY OF THE NEWEST MERCHANDISE Souvenirs for the Ladies Hundreds of out of. town people will be coming to Bartleit for the grand opening night of the Style Show. We cordially invite you to view our opening display of the New Spring Styles. xquisite b The wonderful display of Silks that we have will be of easy choosing here. Some of the most att...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 10 March 1916

. ' f t i ' K' 1" ' i - . . - r-v ?4? T&vs.C.T? .akvxvs ,X 'I Sf , -. 1 AT 1 G-nl g 9 W - " - ? - ' . a .'a (R A.. gti: inery. s Hr PK Walton Dry Goods Company Announces Spring Millinery Opening for Tuesday and Wednesday, Mar. 14 and 15 At which time will show an unusually interest- ing line of Fisk and King Bee Hats, together with many new and exclusive designs from our own work room. To our many friends and patrons we extend a cordial invitation. On- Tuesday evening, from 7:30 to 9:30, we will have our lots on display. Mrs. C. P. Hawkins jxpjwj fy&ijbzy& wjvw mj i . A rw . My $ tl te- iv - II Be I BSL. IS, - vj i II lli- 1 I ftl:T?-- ' -.. -rt ?J5i (By Adelo Mondell.) Those familiar 'with the famous portraits of the French, Italian ami Spanish schools of the periods of Directory, the Consulate, ana the Restoration, also the Louis IV. anil i Louis VI. peilods, will Instantane- ously recognize that tho styles launched, this spring are almost direct copies of tho renowned...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 10 March 1916

' j .- jj- i- j - u Qj THE ring oryiGI Gershach-Wacker fl Company Show Week Every Department of This Great Store i& Ready For Spring. Plan -Now to Visit Our Spring Opening on k Tuesday. Night, March 14th, From 7:30 to 9:30 o'Clock - and Wednesday, March 15th. H "HA ZSW& ?? m :gothic" o FRONT FITS CRAVAT KNOT PERFECTLY. 2for25c CLUCTT. PEABODY & CO..Ine..uKtRB New Spring things in which you are bound to be inter- ested. , A splendid showing, of Men's New Spring Shirts, including ally the newest stripes, priced- 75c to ...$2 00 Never before have we been prepared to show a more splendjdiline of Neckweaifon, bpnng. 1 he snappiest colors. Priced at 50 m i i Worth Straws Keep a Cool Head and you'll keep out of trouble. One of our easy fitting, light weight Worth Straws make it a whole lot easier for a chap to keep cool. You won't even get hot about the price. A little cold cash gets a mighty good look- ing straw hat in this store. HI IBVHH iHHBtijjtJtS jEBBk5icHEctIWBUcii i RB...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 10 March 1916

:':' . r "- V3&&ra? tf-V A Rfc'jAti1 MjjJgdfaA4fc' r i i mm n ii inateMteiti i , i ' ., . .... ! T n 1 1 ' .- J V. pAj " V (eft 1 iiii 'nmiiiiMiiiif Mirnwmieio..')nij j Wfc vHr'' J L:!,W - ,3-r4 - m t Kv.'v. t SCfliv i- j 0 . til , ill II H I . II' Tuesday and Wednesday, Mar. 14 and IS A Cordial Invitation Is Extended to All to Visii Bartlett9 s Tim 1 ?k 'i 1 Siy't s H i . k t m . : r 'Ms1 It is indeed fitting that Spring should be ushered in amidst fes- tivities. It is the great season of all the year, when those things new are everywhere in evidence. It is a time of new beginnings with all nature. The somber mantle of Winter is cast aside for the airy garments of Spring. In Bartlett's stores evidences of coming Spring are on every hand; stocks are complete and finishing touches are putting things in order for your inspec- tion. And, in order to properly introduce the new Spring fash- ions, the merchants of Bartlett have selected Tuesday and Wed- nesday, March 14 and 15, as...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 17 March 1916

8K - " ., &,.'. AND NEWS fr"'- R. P. CATES, Editor and Proprietor BA.RTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDAY. MARCH 17, 1916. $1.00 Year. VOL. XXX. NO. 40 WILSON ARMSTRONG WILL RESIGN. BETTER BABIES PROGRAM A SUCCESS. REVIVAL MEETING WILL BE HELD R - V tf '.. frfi l -2 yr. EX ij w .::,! - "& I; Mr fc. L'" Mi V I V J. W. Armstrong of George- , town, tax assessor of Williamson i6unty, has bought the. real es- tate and insurance business of the late J. S. Jones, at Tavlor, . 'J' nd will, take charge immediately of the business. Mr. Armstrong will move to Taylor at once. While he will y finish out his term as county tax " assessor, he will leave the prin- cipal attention of the office to his able deputies. . Tho Tribune wishes him suc- E h ess in his business venture. For District Clerli. The present incumbent, Mr T'. W. Wilson offers for re-election to the office of district clerk of Williamson county, and his ' announcement will be found in the proper column. Tom has made a g...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 17 March 1916

J 1,1 U It , "''I j '!l ''.I'- :rss AJ.. t ,v '? rr-r t ftftihii ii 3SSE M he Tribuire !' " u a,. And News FRIDAY, MAR. 17. 1916 To The People of Texas: It is never necessary to borrow trouble. You can get plenty of ' I V ii.it--, Unnna nrtt. flmn A- H LX-' l" m h' A If a man makes me ' keep my . , diat&nce, the comfort is that he keeps his at the same time. The great thing in this world is not so much where we stand as in what direction we are mov We should say nothing of a person in his absence that we would be unwIllinK to say if he were present. If thou consider well things that be passed, thou shalt the better give counsel in things that may happen. t never serve intoxicants: neither to my family, my friends nor to our official guests. Mrs. Jas. E. Furgerson. Wars in the past have tended to make the imaginative roman- tic This one is more likely to make them realists. Men are guided less by con- science than by glory, and yet 'the shortest way to glory is to be guided by co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 17 March 1916

H ' i I ,fx l I " At '" X C6HTOS CHftlSTI , GOES DRY 212 VOTES Corpus Christi, Texas, March 11. In the election held here Friday to determine whother or not Nueces county shall go into the dry column, the prohibition- ists won by a majority of 212 votes. Out of 8392 votes cast, the pros polled 1802 and the anti- prohibitionists 1590. The vote was a decided surprise. Local option will go into effect late in April. One of the biggest assets that . the pros had was the work 'of the women and children, The Ham-Ramsey reviualists have been active ih Corpus Christi for the local optionists. They have accepted a call to go to Austin in the fall, and will conduct a cam- paign there similar to the one conducted here. Death At Jarrell. At the home of his son, Tom Huckabee, west of Jarrell, last Monday, Mr. W. H. Huckabee, aged 59 years, died and was laid to rest in the Bartlett cemetery Tuesday, Rev. D. M. West of Rosebud, officiating. Deceased was an honored citizen, a mem- ber of the Baptis...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 17 March 1916

fl- J U M V ' ii " l" K' r. vj The Tribune And News FRIDAY MAR. 17. 1916 Announcements The Tribune is authorized to make the following announce- ments, subject to the action of the Democratic primary, July 22d, 1916. BELL COUNTY JFor Congress: JNO. D. ROBINSON For Representative: (Dist 67) Bell and Milnm Counties FRANK P. LiNDEMANN For County Judgo MALLORY B. BLAIR W. S. LEMLY For District Judge: P. M. 8PANN W. S. SHIPP For District Attorney: EDGAR MONTIETH DoWITT BOWMER For District Clcik: E. E. UPSHAW For County Clerk: HUGH HARRIS "" N. A. ENSOR County Attorney EDMUND' HEINSOHN HULING P. ROBERTSON, Jr., For Tax Collector JAKE D. NELSON For Commissioner Beat 2: Z. W. NANCE DUNCAN C. McLEAN a G. M. JANEWAY JOE B. KNIGHT A. W. PARROTT N. B. VERNON For Public Weigher Precinct 3: r w. a BURNS For Constable N. BAILES WILLIAMSON COUNTY For Criminal District Judere: JAMES R HAMILTON For Senator, 20th Senatoral District: . WALTER D. CALDWELL i Of Austin IFor District Clerk T. W. WILSON For...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 17 March 1916

" -, " II A '1 ? ' Vr t. v ' i k-'r- V ft p rejeffi on I There is a Reason for the Guaranty Fund Law. Ask us to explain what it means to you as a depositor. Bartlett State Bank J. T. STEWART, Cashier. Bartlett, Texas. LOCAL NEWS. Mr. Geo. ftempel, of the firm of Hemple and Whitlow, was" in Dallas this week on business. Get our prices on Onion Sets. and Trium pp. Irish Cobbler, and OhioSeed Potatoes at Rown tree's Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Fairchild were in Temole to witness the plBy "Sari" Tuesday evening, Roy Horron has the swellest line of wall oaper samples in town. Ask him about them, Cant Peter Schramm, of Tay. , Flur just received by Rowntree lor. accompanied by Mr Dryer sh'eriff LeQ A1Ien, County At- of San Antonio, were Bartlett . , , . , . f, , . visitors Wednesday tornoy Luke Mfink,ns- Edltor T . ' 'Lee J. Rownfree of the George- Notice-My Durham male w town Commercial and H. C. Purl for service at my tarm, south1 , , west of Bartlett. No pasturage; J Georgetown were visitors her...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 17 March 1916

, V ,' M ? V & i?G U V( ' '. u t KK r -j FL y : m . OH" efctf k Vth, : ?VM .. .V.. r . -1 "... ;- p; v s' S' w '.A ( r-r- r, NATIONAL MAZDA This Light is Good for Boys BOYS and girls need the best light you can give them. Their eyes are growing like the rest of their bodies. Do not put children's eyes under strain by bad lighting. Use National Mazada light. It's better. It's brighter. It's three times as bright as as carbon lamp-light and costs no more. It's the bet light for reading, study, work or play. May we talk with you about the lightening of your house, store or building. jCeatherman )rug Company Bartfett, Texas LOCAL GOSSIP Mr. and Mrs, Ed Lawrence saw "Eyerywoman" in Taylor Mon- ' day. Your home might as well be without a roof as without a Rom- berg Broom. Sold everywhere. Hon. J. F. Hair of Belton was ': here Saturday in the interest of his candidacy for District Attor- ", ney. t T. M. Ross of Holland was "' here Monday on business. ' " We can make you a new mat- "res...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 17 March 1916

J i- ,T IF ' 1 3Zj rtt I Vi .. ' "W "1 ' ' t V ' ', ' ' ' ' r ' , TTI TT'l M HMfafclWIlltllfr I Itn I 'nil I I 11 nil I JrrtlIHtw 1 Mr. WilHam Huckabee, father of T, H. Huckabee after an ill- ness, of, six weeks duration, died at his son's home here last Mon- day morning at 7 o'clock. The family moved here from Dublin, "nU last fall and was making his home with his son, Tom. Ho will bo missed by all, who knew him. The testimony he leaves behind assures us he was ready to lay down his work and take ap bis crown that was laid ud for him in heaven. He loved the Lord and was faithful to the end. Bro. Huckabee was a member of the Baptist church and was faithful, always attending church as long as he was able to go. His remains were laid lo rest in the Bartlett Cemetery, the fun- eral services being conducted by Rev. J..C. Rhodes. He leaves a wife and large family of children whom we trust and hope will meet him , again, where partings will be no more. Let us not despair here in this life...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 17 March 1916

m m W- Mttrftl Christian Church h 1 ., .& . . 'V Our bible school meets at iu a., rii. W worahiD at 11 o'clock. Theme: "The Abounding Life" 3 Wprahip at 7:45 p. m. Theme: ,"The Simplest and the Moat y::'y- Mysterious Truth Ever Set Be fore Man." We bid you wel- comd. - ! LITTLE SERMONS 1 Truth In a life always and .every where carries the same " chsifm and breathes the same fragrancp. The world has had many great mpn large Bouled. large hearted x ' philanthropic men -but it has had but one absolutely universal 6 . man, and that was Jesus of Nazareth. The life of Christ is an unan- , swerable argument in favor of v Christianity. . Christianity is hot a philosophy ,.,' nor a system of doctrines, nor '- h vnnnrv tony hnf n ronl lifn liu. ed, word spoken and action done a living reproduction of the Divine Christ in the lives lof men. Viewed from almost any stand points, it seems that our lives are too materialistic these days, too much influenced by barter and trade, too little give...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 31 March 1916

PT t . ', t "TM ' ( liVl t i; 'l 5- i L r AND NEWS 4 R.F. CATES, Editor and Pbopbietob BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1916. $1.00 Yeak. VOL. XXX. NO. 42 HOUSTON MERCHANTS . TO VISIT BARTLETT CITY ELECTION NEXT TUESDAY NEW MANAGER S. W. TELEPHONE JOHN SPIRES ACQUITTED BY JURY REPORT BELL CO. ' GRAND JURY SHfe l'l'J?l'J' t lW J .' tt ' J 5 '. K -K. r AV l"i s . " 1 h -.;' n f 13 I' , ' v : tn " h '- ,' h a f PO i , " 'tin- .W v ' The following communication " is, self, e'xplanitory and we hope , will receive the proper attention W " 4fra our business men. " ( ' The Sixteenth Annual Houston 'Trifle Excursion will leave here on Tuesday, ApriMlth and will , have the pleasure of announcing that the itinerary ,proyides for a stop in your city, which we will reach at 5:40 p. m. Wednesday April 12th. The personnel of the party will embrace some of our lead- ing bankers, manufacturers and jobbers, and the purpose' of the trip is to give them an oppor- tunity to become p...

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