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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 19 May 1916

;- v J1 ii j i n P. H First Baptist Church . The church was beautifully decorated, by the flower com- ( mittee, in honor of the day. A cf fcwd sized audience assembled in 1 in jUin mnrninnr tr licton tft fVlfl j sermon by the Fastor, on ine k Blessedness of Motherhood." X In'the evening the house was iilled, to listen to a program by 'the children and young people ''assisted in music, by the choir and congregation. . Next Sunday we assemble at ", 10. m. to study the Word. v 11, a. m. and 8 p. m preaching ' p by the Pastor. All the services t't will be preparatory to th6 special ,' . 'Evangelistic Services, to begin, ;. June -18, with Dr. F. M. MeCon- ( ' tf ell, and his singer, of Ft. Worth leading. Bro. McConnell is Su'pt. $, of .Evangelism in our Theological Seminary and one of the strong (men of the State. We are sure he and his singer i j yrill,be of great help in the City ana a coraiai invitation is given to everybody to share in the K meetings. His singer will organ ise a chor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 26 May 1916

m if - fT Hi 10 't AND NEWS '''' i PtFi CATES, Editor and Proprietor BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY, MAY 26, 1916. $1.00 Year. VOL. XXX.5 NO 50 J1WL STORM RUINS CROPS NEAR BARTLETT One of the most, destructive & nu storms in mu maimy ui w iictin; nerhaos. fell east or ; - ... Bartlett last Saturday night, total destruction of crops, cover- 1tog an area of two miles wide , and ten miles long, being the rwult. The storm extended from a tfie, CaRle farm, southeast, to Vhs, northeast the approxi- mate number of acres of corn, ft H-nn nnr4 cmnll crrnin flpfttxnvnfi U-- UaVnr 10 nnft snmo lnsintr as hiirh as 300 acres each. , x,u. ....-.. . - --. -- ff.r, ;Tnanv or our oesi larmers, umy ; :. were in town early Monday Br w - . ' ;morning in search of seed for rep.lanting, and were fortunate if in securing same at a reasonable '"- price, and hence the devastated i;t- acreage will he put entirely in ' tJoeiJrlno tVin flnmnirA to prona. t mmuco mk. uu.n --. pit.) .. liomii nnr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 26 May 1916

mmwwsm MMHMHMnP KTOamc.fl ' ,ir vt'N"17 ;VW Specials for 9H9MBI nv HgassESsasss fBi V H lr lM t i. R, N .J ' ' ' &V k H mT a I jL The Tribune News FRIDAY. MAY 26. 1916 Remember thy premises to , keep them cleaq. 6e careful how you handle ,-' your cotton crop. i,. " Mother! Can I go in swmming? h fr - J I? 1 1 .. xes, my aarunn uuy, iiuiiy juur clothes on a hickory limb and don't go near the water. "A good man gone wrong" is a saying that many times could he truthfully changed to "a bad man found out." ' i Alabama is a dry state. The extent and deft of the thirst of its inhabitants may be imagined when it becomes necessary to t call' out the militia to keep the populace from a large quanity of ! ' liquor seized and held by the of- ' fleers. Austin American. Those ladies who are piloting V themselves over the country in ' autos in the interest of the snuff- p rage cause would be doing a great deal more for their coun- try if they were at home keep- " ino- a crood clean house for t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 26 May 1916

P i - -" ,t R--o-t, i t ;. &- Bsf f.' .jr " ; -. Ctf 5i. . 7 ' for Ir' St.; . liV.. A& '' W , i ufj.i m m HE PAR El I E S 5 PilHSSP Pt profession lip ncupiniin -1 " imm d mmm' h rittllu ; 13. rcnQuno ECONOMIC LEAGUE FAVORS FREEDOM OF SEAS. "Cannon Is tha Voico of Nations." By J. S. Culllnan. Chairman Tom Kiimomle I).w It III tha mission of the Toxae ICc- anomlc League tr dlHCima 'all public qUQBtlonn of economic Intorost, and there Is no subject of noro Importance ait the moment than preparedness. The League Is not concerned In the HtbuLMMJ HEAD OF UNION SCORES ATTOR. NEY QENERAL FOR POLITIC AL SUITS, ICIatmi Ho la An Enemy Organized Farmer. to the PUBLIC RECORDB SHOULD Bft KEPT OF THEIR TRANS r ACTION8. tawyeri Are Publlo 8ervanti following J. H. UUI- if tha Fort Worth. Characterizing Mr. Looney'.! administration as a failure frora tlio farmer' viewpoint, and charalnB that official with' having raado "leKal criminals out of more honeHt men than any one who ever administered...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 26 May 1916

rimumu IlRpr THN r WMTatnri HIMI PHBRK SHOULD ORGANIZE. . Pratn lnam and Inherit: Tax Shsulri Utilized far DidnM. By J. 3. Oulllnan. Ohttnaan Tf cat Kronotalo Lna thro Important subjoots whtek lTs afconomla I.mtut has lis tr Jtrat consideration ro Clttinn Administration of Justloa an4 faM. Probably taa most lit of thene U Prparedot, rnt Is a trlaagta and Pr- IncM; AdmlnUtrattoa of Juattoa CltUnnahio ar tha cotnoonaiit deserts. James with Preparedness as tha base. Juttlca "was tha GUILT CHEAPER THAN INNO-CENCt Lawyers Responsible for Lo gal Thefts. (Kiiior llor'n nta Th following- l lha colli of a aerlaa of artlclta ay J 8. Ciillltinn, Chairman of tha Ta Eco- nomlo l.fiu, on tha Administration of .luatlca. to whloh aubjaet Ilia Lcacu la now adilrflnlnj ltmtlf ) By J. 3. Culllnan. Continuing the discussion of the Ad- ministration of Juatlce, let ua Inquire ''What la Justice ?" One of the areat- oat thlnkara at antiquity la credited, with aaylnj; that juatlce waa tha treat- ment of per...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 26 May 1916

'Wfl , v.; V ,'')" ,t rv.- 1 1 105 V r & W tv,r. Bl- W W' & f ii. it t. fir. w u.t- w I K- n v . m Li tffc ? Iy McftJimley Shot At Temple. ' Teirfple, Tex., May 20. -Roy McKinley, who was shot to death here Jast night while accompany- ing, a woman friend home from a Skating rink, was buried Sunday The body wbb prepared for burial by a, local undertaking eBtahlish- ment, and was viewed by hun- dreds of person a prior to its re- moval into the home of a sister, MrsC. I. Mitchell. i McKinley was 21 yearB of age. He wasshot three times in the body, either of which would have been ,fatal. Robert McKinley of tho the State Dept. of Labor ar- rived aB did other relatives. The verdict of the corner's jury was murder. The officers conducted an investigation of the affair this .morning and examined a number of witnesses in the development of the case. Charges of murder were filed before Justice R. L. Cooper against "Doc" Flewellen and Leon Wilson, the latter charged with being an acces...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 26 May 1916

mx iV If- Z emoval Sale Fifth Sunday Meeting j. Just think of this your choice of our entire stock of MILLINERY, regardless of price. In this isale will be found all the season's latest styles, 'suitable for all occasions. We are doing this in ,,' order to reduce our stock before moving. Clear- ance is our object and we are willing to sacri- fice part of the cost in order to do so. Come at once while the stock is complete. MRS. C. P. HAWKINS iThe Tribune And News FRIDAY. MAY 26. 1916 Too many folks in Barllett are prunning on Hat tires." lake Riddlehoover Announces. Program for the Fifth Monday meeting.at the Baptist church, May. 29, at four o'clock. Song "Help Somebody Today" Scripture Reading Mrs Rhodes Paper Mrs. Joiner. Paper Why a Fifth Sunday Meeting? Mrs. Powers. Solo Mrs. Fred Blair, Talk-Tho Good I Derived From a Fifth Sunday Meeting. Mrs. W. H. Blair. Duet Mrs. Dillard and Miss Joiner. Paper The Necessity of Tith- incr. Mrs. Sexton. Instrumental Solo Mrs. John Wacker.i Sol...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 26 May 1916

w a MH. .. UMWfcfc'S '""""- i ! - ..-n.. M ii I ;,.,. , tf T I (fSE QwiWi AAliSSGStaftftfWiwQ. mmmMMmmkiwm r.na v x w&mmmmukn fiif INCOMING HHSP&fi . 1111 s Y As Man To Man "We ask you are you taking advantage of the in creased opportunities offered BY CO-OPERATION WITH A GOOD BANK? You cannot afford to be without this powerful asset in successfully playing "THE GREATEST GAME Lin the world." Bartlett State Bank J. T. STEWART, Cashier. iwmmllmMtm' Soils mm" lilill Bartlett, Texas. LOCAL GOSSIP 'The skating rink will open to- morrow night which will be good inews to many. Oarlie Rowntree made a busi- rness trip to Temple Wednesday, Earl Walberg formerly with thfi Oerahach-Wacker Co.. but now has a similar position in 'Denison, was here this week the 'guest ot friends. Misses Sallie and Lilly Isaac returned home Sunday from C. I. A. at Denton where they have been attending school the past year. Miss Colonel Slawson returned home Saturday from Kidd Key College at Sherman, where ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 26 May 1916

V. 1 I 1 ll ' 'I iU UMH-j Hs - ,'t w u- miifr . asjuks.t fcLA.UtUC.vr "'" ' e.LAOKLEGOEDS, Uiiujjert, wJtrl, rartei wjr to Tcdiiat cattle tralnet BlncUcc. , $0 BcM to Mi. No UipsM to SuM. H ttrUcto Ki. ABIE FOB FKKB BOOKJLET8. ' ton tMM xt Leafctieirnran! Drug Co. LOCAL, NEWS Mr. and Mrs. W. J. CaRle attended the S'. H, Reed funeral in Holland Monday evening. I When you want good June corn see Oscar Bolding. 7 $ed Bartlett of Temple was ' "here Sunday to spend a few hours with home folks. , See Oscar Bolding for your OUne corn. 1 ' Eider M. 0. Daley of Florence 88 here Monday enroute to San i Antonio on business. Wanted to Rent Five or six rodm house on well drained lot. Must have every modern con- -venience and rent reasonable. Perment rental given if a desir- able place. Apply at this office. Dr. Sharp of Granger was here Monday enroute to Holland to at- ? tend the funeral of S. H. Reed. Oscar Bolding haa June corn to sell. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Alec ,Macha, a girl. Miss Janie McQ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 26 May 1916

H3E aMajH i t" II 'V . Ic , I a Wf1 KLV. .. I'- r T l lo 1ft StJi' " JW I t vJig&r flt ,K n f tttftitr Bnrtlttt Hay" Win Honuri. " " W. A. Felsinp; has ' been ap- pointed to a research fellowship in physical chemistry in the Mas- sachusetts Institute of Technolo- gy and L. A. Mikeska to a simi- lar fellowship in organic chemis- try in Yale University. These two scientists have served a number of years as assistants in chemistry in the University of Texas and have devoted their spare tirrfe to research. Their fellowships were won in open competition on discoveries they have made in their investiga- f tions. Mr. FelBing's research was directed by Dr. E. P. Shooh and Mr. Mikeska's by Dr; J. R. Baily. Last year the school of chemistry was also successful competitor in fellowship con- tests. Austin Statesman. Willie Felsing formerly lived in Bartlett, his father being pas- tor of the Grrman Methodist church, north. His many friends here will be rejoiced to learn of his deserved succe...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 26 May 1916

"1 "I"" ' " VI" " I BIG REMOVAL SALE tV i Most Unexpected Things Often Happen vWi j''U JT K I' "' K' B ! - ,r & 6 1 2' m l jJI X J rl ' i 14 LH.i t B 'G f n .4 l- i J" P1 ial-i' ."x W. , -' U.r K. , m! '-. ' 9 ', t J 'If J ". vJ," THE SAINT LOUI TORE Will Move Into The Walton Dry Goods Company's Building On Or About July The 1st Don't let others pull wool over your eyes by telling you that they can sell you good goods as cheap as we are offering them. We are going to close this stock out and have made prices that will do it. Our business is growing and we are compelled to move in- to larger quarters to accommodate our increasing trade, we want to move into our new store with a new stock, Therefore we inaugurate this Big Removal Sale which will commence June 2nd and will last just 15 days. Of course with prices advancing from day to day we can get full prices for every dollars worth of goods on our shelves, but as we have decided we want to open up for the fall with a complete ne...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 2 June 1916

He stilt AND NEWS R. t. CATES, Editor and Proprietor BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY. JUNE 2, 1916. $1.00 Year. VOL. XXXI. No. 1 SCHOOL BOARD ELECTS TEACHERS. BIG OIL BOOM AT MOODY GOVERNOR WILL SPEAK AT WACO WHEAT AND OATS BEING HARVESTED & i. , At' a' meeting Monday evening o the Bartlett School Board the following terchera were elected for the next term: V. J. Moore, of Arlinuton, as superintendent. G. W. Preddy, principal. JMisses Fortenberry and An- drews, high school. ' Misses Lillie Jones, Jesse Boze man Tillie Wacker and Rose- man Andrews, assistants. ' t The board granted Miss Ma- tilda Wacker, wno for twelve t!years has been an able assistant, in the primary department, a years leave of absence and Miss JR. Andrews was elected to ancy. tune wishes each and jer of thd board a foils year of school work. Young Lady Dies at Jonah e - The funeral of Miss Pansy ,Mae Love, who lived near Jonah, was held Monday with They have struck oil at Moody. The well is down 63...

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

.;;, rm Mtvr m. ;99 IV i, H W" Ea;i.,w .tf'.' Mi L-t The Tribune And News .Uj i ii i "" FRIDAY. JUNE 2. 1916 When Men Meet '' Don't swat the fly. Trap him. ' ,u Considerable sickness is report- ed in the San Gabriel country. By all means let us reach out and get that brick hotel. No ot- jher town in Texas needs one as much as Bartlett. Cut out your gossip. If you can not say something good 'about your neighbors, keep your tongue quiet. There was a time when Bart- lett was known far and near as a great picnic town, and the an- nual event was looked forward ""to by those far and near. Not every one that sayeth un- to me, Lord, Lord, shall enter into the kingdom of heaven; but "he that doeth the will of my father which is in heaven. St. rlflatthew; 7:21. A sympathetic optomist once found starving a mule. Taking the mule to his stables, he ted "and groomed him until the mule was fat and sleek, Then tho u "mule kicked the man and broke his leg. That mule was almost human, wasn't he? -Gra...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 2 June 1916

w yii! l 11,11 m i. m n. ii RACING PROGRAM AND PURSES. Ths Bell County Fair Associa ' "' ln- -n -r.n1- tn n-.. P ft.n knn) half mile tracks in the south- M west, and considerable improve- t ment is to bo made iri the track t a thi'a year. The Bell County Fair , management wants all horsemen to visit the fair in October, and for their stock they will find ' plenty of water and shade and i-' good treatment. The following f t tracing program and purses have been .announced: Tuesday. Oct. 3. $ , 2:16 Pace ,. $200.00 .fiv '. u2:20Trot $200.00 Bell County Trot, half i mileheat 50.00 . t ive-eiEhts. mile scramble. 100.00 Threeeights mile dash 75 00 $r - Three quarter mile dash. ..100.00 f Wednesday, Oct. 4, & 3;25Trot $200.00 ', Free-For-All-Pace 200.00 i Bell County Pace 50 00 I Half Mile Dash 100.00 ' Five-eights mile dash 100.00 h One quarter mile dash .... 50.00 ft Thursday, Oct. 5. sr 2:25 Pace $200.00 j um-rufmi nui cuu.uu N Bell County Buggy race, p half mile heats 50 00 ' Three...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 2 June 1916

rg Ji ; ' '. '. ? :.., ...'; .'.. ' . , 'i l" : HW 7 ' -EM v1itDgrvr iiBwmBiHMueaaawHtsgag38waatgaK3aigCTgEDga3S BWCBSWSgttBwgMwiwiaiiiiww mmtmsr j&ziSS&k w g-eagjwsaBawanwaapuaiiiaiiii timummui Men have long since learned to wear hot clothes in inter and cool clothes in Summer. That old hot suit will make you very uncomfortable during the next few months; KEEP KOOL CLOTHES are the most popular of all makes of clothing for Summer. We are prepared to fill your wants in Summer Shirts of al) kinds. KEEP KOOL SUITS $7.50 KEEP KOOL PANTS $3.00 MOHAIR SUITS $1 2.50 KNEE PALM BEACH PANTS $1.50 F. H. LESLIE Next Door to Bartlett National Bank BARRETT, TEXAS ONE LOT $7.00 CLAPP OXFORDS $1.00 200 pair Ladies' and Misses' Slippers at N PER PAIR This is broken lots of Ladies' and Misses' Slippers, worth as high as $4.00 per pair. Placed on the bargain table and must be sold at once. iiuwaMuiTOMwm The Tribune And News a FRIDAY. JUNE 2. 1916 THIRTY YEARS AGO? Thirty years ago the first nu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 2 June 1916

. J . ' w TTf tWYi, G i;jpi i ! H- P m r: ..rgKrm?,,,,,,, . As Man To Man We qsk you are you taking advantage of the in- creased opportunities offered BY CO-OPERATION WITH A GOOD BANK? You canpot afford, to be without this powerful asset in successfully playing' "THE GREATEST GAME IN THE WORLD." Bartlett State Bank J. T. STEWART, Cashiqr. Bartlett,, Texas. LOCAL GOSSIP Mrs. Chas Waggoner visited in Taylor Wednesday. Farmers are busily engaged ?n harvesting their grain some of which is a bit too ripe, they ay. Will Truehardt of Vilas was here Wednesday on business re- lative to the Bartlett-Vilas road proposition. T. W, Wilson candidate for District Clerk of Williamson county was here Tuesday meet- ing the voters. Shaver Stevenson of Jarrell was here Tuesday shopping. Ed Knight of Temple -was here Tuesday on business, J. M. Roebuck of Prairie 'Dell was here Tuesday, Mr, I. W. Culpof Killeen was here Tuesday on business, and while here made the Tribune of- fice a pleasant call. Saturd...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 2 June 1916

V ,. ' , v- A- f? t ?.v t m AAINST BLACKLEG" BV U5IH0 I ' 'l . K? fc V l". ' 1i Blmplwt, safest, surest wty to vcclnt cttlo acatnst Blackk. Ht to HUasur. No Uquld to SpHL N Strin to Mot, ABE FOR TOBB BOOKLETS. iro uu rr ' Leatherman Drug Co. LOCAL NEWS. ., Mr. and Mrs. Con Foster ac- companied by Mr. and Mrs. W. t), Foster of Miles, were here Friday on a visit. For Sale McGee tomato and i white head collard plants, 30c per hundred. See Ray Bartlett or phone 169 R14. " Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Stokes and Miss Sallie Daniels were Taylor visitors Friday. Four houses tor rent. Apply to Ro'wntree Bros. .' Mr. G. B. Sutton, of the Ab- stract Company, Georgetown, was here Saturday. He was ac- companied by Mr. R. A. Stone of that city. Jenkines & Son will buy your Jioga, cattle apd mules, and pay you the highest market price. Don't Jail to see them. 4tp F. C. Humphries, candidate for tax assessor of Williamson county, was in the city Satur day. For Sale Corn at the barn at 75cts a bushel, and...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 2 June 1916

-m WJ. f W & ft f T VP ;i' . y " m Ik- & 3t j?7te Retail Merchants Association Bartlett, Texas The Necessity of Tithing D. K. Leatherman Sanitary Grocery Hardin Hardware Co. Fairchild Lumber Co. Lawrence Bros. Rowntree Bros. F. J. Pavel I. L. Brown Leatherman Drue Co. Dr. A. F. Schoffield Condra & Blair A. F. Freeman Blair & Breeding The Bartlett Garage OFFICERS E. D. Fairchild, Jr , President . K. Leatherman , Vice-President J2d. Lawrence .. Tresurer A. E. Wacker Secretary DIIIECTOKS I. L. Brown F. H. Leslie MEMBERS Mutual Lumber Co. ,Stokes- Blair Hwde Co. Walton Dry Goods Co. F, H. Leslie The Ger8bach-Wacker Co. Bartlett National Bank. 'J. T. Dillard R. F. Cates J. M. Allen Farmers Mercantile Co. Schwertner J, M. Izard Jarrell Mrcantile Co.. Jarrell. Tex. Dr. R. S. Sutton The Retail Merchants Association This association means nothing more than a better credit sys- tem, and is to the other people what Bradstreet and Dun's agencies is to the Merchants. A merchant w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 2 June 1916

'W mis'; '.JV - J" a. .'; a r? ,P ft ST. V l" nv emoval Sale Just think of this your choice of our entire stock of MILLINERY, regardless of price. In this ' sale will be found all the season's latest styles, x suitable for all occasions. We are doing this in order to reduce our stock before moving. Clear- ance is our object and we are willing to sacri- fice part of the cost in order to do so. Come at once- while the stock is complete. MRS. C. P. HAWKINS Schwertner News The farmers are very busy nowaday's with their crops. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Harper visited Mr. V. R. Harper and family, near Holland Saturday and Sunday. Messrs. John and Allen Stone attended the Rally at Aligator Sunday. Messrs, J. M. Williams and 'John Valenta were in Granger last Wednesday. . Clarence Harper was in our jnidst Sunday nite. A large crowd attended the singing Sunday nite at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. J, Stone, "Mr. Y, M. Southworth and family visited near Holland Sun- day. flv and Mrs. John Stone visited...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 9 June 1916

, 4 , MMM feitattje tJl . ft - m AND NEWS 'izstzr, .,, PlLF. CATES, Editor and Proprietor . l-: gMggfpr. . . BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDAY. JUNE 9, 1916. $1.00 Year. VOL. XXXI. No. 2 COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES Commencement of the gradu- JOHN BARTLETT FOR CLERK John T. Bartlett. a well known fe "- Tjf,ofr H;i, ' farmer of the Bishop section L.Htteg class of the Bartlett High, nirm d dthathewlll owu'i"":,u " "- "- ; t)0 a canaiaaie ior cier ui iiuc- dilt church laBt Friday evening ; ce3 COunty. subject to the attion Sk were, most interesting, uu wu-ot yoier uuuc ouu u.h.i.v,. i- w , , .. it.. ! ' ua ia nnw nmn iPTincr ms term I - smm oy an exceptionally iuic "- - xVu "!,,,, pm at tne cuizunsmu in mc a-uu' The invocation was made by ,RV. Homer McCarty in his ouatomary impressive manner and fitting to the occasion. The Junior Class rendered a chorus which elicited great applause. Prof. D. J. Wharey of Texa3 University made a most interest- ing address to the class in which ther...

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