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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 9 June 1916

k) j. 'r The Tribune And News .W l, ' &' fvl . K ' fffr, &,' '?. rf1 ' u 't fcl, FRIDAY, JUNE 9, 1916 There will be work for every body now, aince the paving rork is about to begin. Bartlett was visited by quite a number of candidates this week, They all claimed to be nice men, and well qualified for office. The men didn't pay much at- tention to what the women were wearing last winter. So the "women will make the men pay attention to what they are NOT wearing this summer. From the reports of accidents that occurred last week in "pre- paredness" parades, it seems to hs that there should be some "preparedness" for "prepared- ness" demonstrations. Children, obey your parents in the Lord for this is right. Hon- or thy father and mother, which is. the first commandment with promise. The fear of the Lord is the beginning of knowledge, but fools despise wisdom and instruction. Eph. vi: 1. 2. Prov. I: 7-8. When something is put up to you for the betterment of the town, if you canno...

Publication Title: Bartlett Tribune And News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 9 June 1916

p o O t m Sv LsS. te .- Lr fc. Drouth At Corpus. Mr. J, B. Pangle and wife and Mr. Clyde Simpson of Corpus Christi are at tho home of J. H. 'Faubion. Tbey give a gloomy report of conditions in the Coast Country on account of the dry weather. It has not rained thnre for seven months, no crops are being grown, there is no grass and cattle are starving. Those who can do so are ship- ping their cattle to grass, or sell- ing them for whatever they can get for them. Leander Times. Copperas Cove Man Killed As R. H, Behrens. wife and daughter of Coppeias Cove were coming to Brenham to Blinn Memorial College commencement on June 4, their car ran into a ditch at Prairie Hill, six miles from Brenham, and turned over. Behrens neck was caught by the windshield and he was chocked to death before assistance reach- ed him. Mrs. Behrens and daughter were badly injured, but not seriously. The body of Mr. Brehrens body was sent to Copperas Cove at noon. Morris County Stays Dry Daingerfield, Morris Co,...

Publication Title: Bartlett Tribune And News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 9 June 1916

ft -. The Tribune i And News FRIDAY. JUNE 9. 1916 Did you ro to church Sunday? If not, do not neglect going next """""J' We need to straighten out our slums and Christinize our foreign born and indifferent native born citizenship. Clean up and paint up your premises and you will have more pride in your home and take more delight in your town, We wish for the day when a iew snobbish aristocrats, selfish capitalists an 1 gun-makers can- not lead humanity as it were bv the nose, The true preparedness. If we want to really prepare ourselves for any possible emergency, what we need most is more ap- plied Christianity. On the heights of spiritual fellowship with his Father. Jusus dwelt alone, while his disciples slept in the valley utterly indif ferent to their wonderous possi bilities. 48,000 Petition to Have Robertson Law on TlcKet Dallas, Texas, June 3. Forty- eight thousand signatures, con- siderably more than the number required, have been secured to petitions asking the democratic s...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 9 June 1916

tl ATISFYIN H0ES)iEJ .-. f 1' .' l -fc 'A I W m it. 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 IN THE WORLD." Bartlett State Bank J. T. STEWART, Cashier. Bartlett, Texas. LOCAL GOSSIP Diamond every Friday See. J, M. Allen for grain sacks and threshing coal. Master Charlie Garner return- ed Monday from Austin where he has been a student in the Texas School for the Deaf, The little son of Mr. and Mrs. Zanders came in Monday from Austin, where he has been at- tending the Texas School for Deaf. Mr, and Mrs. Will Lawrence spent Sunday in Georgetown. Miss Mollie Vernon of Holland is the guest of Mrs. Allen Dun- can this week. E. D. Bozeman, G. D. Hair, El Hair and G. W. McDaniel Bpent Monday in Bel ton. Miss Floree Wilcox of Belton is the guest of her sister Mrs, El Hair, this week. L. C. Grant of the Bartlett Oil ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 9 June 1916

V ' ?ywi"V, v., " V , (I u ' 1 i US' w Bv- p. ! ' It ACAINST BLACKLEG w sinq BLACKLEGOIDS. Blmplest, uJ eot. turesi wax to Tcclnate cattle against SlacUcc. e No Bet to MUaaura. No Uquld to Spill. No SUInc to Rot ASK FOR FREE BOOKLETfl. JOB SAM IT Leatherman Drug Co. LOCAL NEWS. C. B. Jones and family were TuosHnv viR. .'ftJiere irom noiianu KfjSdtinj? friends an.1 relatives. For Sale McGee tomato and White head collard plants, 30c ner hundred. See Ray Bartlett or phone 169 R14. Gordon Pearl, one of Granger's ,i prominent young business men. was enjoying a pair of 12's at the skating rink Monday night. Four houses for rent. Apply to Rowntree Bros. Mr. Cronin and family of the Bartlett-Western are preparing to move into the lodge hall build ing, on west siae. ine top siory of the building is being repaired and with the addition of more ventilation will be very pleasant quarters. Jenkines & Son will buy your hogs, cattle and mules, and pay you the highest market price. Don't fail t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 9 June 1916

. . I. ? At Walton Dry Goods Co. Begins Saturday Morning, June the 1 0th We are overstocked on a few lines of Goods and rather than move them we are going to close out the entire lines at cost. We mention below the lines that go at cost prices, while our retail prices will be very much reduced on everything. Not All Lines Will Be Sold At Cost Don't Fail To Attend This Big Event ONE DOLLAR SAVED IS ONE DOLLAR MADE Do You Wear Shoes? Then Act Fifty pair White Canvas and Buck Slippers and Oxfords of all kinds to clean out the line, they go in this sale At Cost Forty two Boy's Palm Beach and Kool Cloth Suits, latest models, to close the line we offer them S" At Cost U Big line and good assortment of Cluett, Peabody Shirts, the world's best. Close the line at At Cost 150 pair of Men's Low Cuts, black and tan, new lasts and of the very best makes, such as R. J. R. and E. & J., to close At Cost Our entire line of Men's Panama Hats, all new shapes, will be closed out at a 20 Per Cent Re...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 9 June 1916

A ' t a r, w Prohibition Convention. The Prohibition party will hold itt National convention in St. , Paul July 19 to 22, with an ex- IMetibn of more than 1,800 dele- gttaeand an equal number ot alternates, Nomination of a presidential ticket bv this convention is said tobe contingent on the failure of one or other of the political par- ties to declare for Nation-wide prohibition. A movement is now on foot by the leaders of the party to obtain by petition the pledges of 5 000,- ; ''000 'voters not to Rive their suf- frage to any candidate for pub- lic office, who doe3 not favor ' National prohibition. If this movement should attain anything likd the success hoped for, it would have a tendency to com- pletely upset the calculations of ', the old organizations between which the prohibition has been , divided heretofore. Even with ' .6,000,000 votes pledged to its ticket the party could not hope ' fbr success in the next autumn election without gaining many , additional recruits, but t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 16 June 1916

U (t ' , (J a mflitll AND NEWS ?ES, Editor and Proprietor BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY. JUNE 16, 1916. $1.00 Year. VOL. XXXI. No. 3 e m dai i uirrin i DULL IfCCWlL SHOWING UP IN BELL Belton, June 9. Commissioner J W. P. Denman brought to this city a full grown, healthy boll ''". weevil. The weevil was found on a stalk of cotton 'growing voluntarily in the corn field of ... v. v........, ..hc. w.t. ,....v erson valley gravel pit. Mr. Denman stated that on the stalk 1W OA A1 V A I 1 v tl 1 w . 1 ... M J.IUIU WI1IUII UIU UUI1 VVCCVII Wiia taken there were four squares all weevil stung. 3 rracticaiiy every staiK in tne field had one or more injured bolls or squares. The commissioner stated that he felt that the note of warning should be sounded so cotton $" 'growers could be on the lookout I;, h s-atjaiuot mm meuaijr (jcai. Improving B and W R'y. 'M ' Under the new management ' tlif Rnrtlfitt.-Wpatfirn Tinilwnv is undergoing considerable improve ment, and is looking like a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 16 June 1916

u a The Tribune And News FRIDAY, JUNE 16, 1916 u There are plenty of Christians 'who are not church members: there are plenty of church mem- bers who are not Christians, truthfully remarks the Cameron Herald. If a man has a pain in his stomach and a thousand dollars in his bank and sends for the doctor; you can bet your head against an old tin can that he has appendicitis. Austin American. The greatest meeting in the history of the Texas Press As- sociation was that held last week in El Paso Notwithstand- ing it looks like war on the Rio Grande, none of the ediiors got shot, only a few "halt-shot." The amount raised last year by the Women's Missionary society of the Methodist church, south, for the work in the foreign field was $278,792.29. The amount given during the week of prayer for this new work in Japan was $13,113.13. Some people should remember that the windows in the post of- fice are not public settees but were placed there to furnish light and ventilation and to sit in sa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 16 June 1916

"t- i" KV BfV i ;- II C5- v. K' v About Former Bartlettite;. The field man of the Haskell Free Press, in last week's issue of that excellent paper has the following to say about former Bartlett citizens, whom many of our readers know: We stopped at the splendid home of E, A. Hutchens. Mr. Hntchens was chopping maize in the field. Mrs. Hutchens told us of her nice garden and chick- ens and said they had been eat- ing new potatoes several days. Mr. Hutchens has a large silo on his farm that was built last year. We stopped with H. K. Thomp- son who was busy in his field breaking a young mule. We think Mr. Thompson knows how to break mul -s. We stopped at the home of W. A. Eastland, a good farmer who has a variety ot crops and stock. Mr. Eastland has some of the best wheat and he thinks it will make 20 bushels to the acre. He also has a small flock of sheep he is trying out. We stopped a few moments with M. M. Roberts, a -veteran farmer who is 8G years old, rid- ing a cultivator and doi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 16 June 1916

" Special Summer Display J'- f V rbv "Til W. n : 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 IN THE WORLD." Bartlett State Bank J. T. STEWART, Cashier. Bartlett, Texas. The Tribune And News FRIDAY. JUNE 16, 1916 Our Trip to El Paso. It was the pleasure of the Tri- bune family to attend the Thirty .seventh annual meeting of the Texas Press Association at El Paso last week, which was one of the largest in attendance in the history of the association, and we might safely say the most interesting one, and there- fore enjoyable. About 300 mem- bers went via the Special train over the Texas & Pacific, accom- panied by the genial, wholesoul- ed prince of goodfellows, Geo. L D. Hunter, general passenger agent, who spared no pains what- ever to make the pencil pushers, enjoy eyery moment of the jour- ney. Other mem...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 16 June 1916

;-,: ,, K - w W .1 LOCAL GOSSIP Miss Anna Cheatham of Bur- net is the guest of Mrs. Jesse Reese this week. Mrs. John Wacker returned home Tuesday from a most pleasant visit to friends and rela- tives in Mexia. See, J. M, Allen for grain Backs and threshing coal. Misses Maid Allen, Virgie and Inez Bell were the guests of friends in Granger this week. J. M. Allen for Rrain sacks and threshing coal. J. J. Bucek made a business trip to San Antonio this week. Ed Heinsohn wants your bacon and lard. Misses Iva Modessett and Beat rice Koepke are attending the Baylor summer school at VVaco. Misses Maid Allen and Inez Bell were in Austin today to visit friends. Dress goods, hats and shoes for less at Ed Heinsohn's I Decker & Silver, our efficient electricians were in Granger Wednesday looking after busi- ness. L. Havelka and wife were the guests of friends in Seaton Sun- day. Good ear corn for sale M. E. Albrecht. Mrs. R. S. Sutton and little son were Austin visitors last week. Chas. Mait...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 16 June 1916

' M" fs '-tWrnprxi t . b f u i k A I M B I HAbE 2 A8AINST LACKLEGOIDS, Simplest, (atcat. atueat w7 to vaccinate cattle walnut BUcklce. No Dot te Measure. No Liquid to Spill. No String to Rot. ASK FOR FltEK BOOKLETS. roa BUM ST Leatherman Drug Co. LOCAL NEWS. Miss Lora Modeseite is attend- ing summer Echool at Alpine. Miss LaVerne Cates, who for the past two terms has taught in the Bartlett Public School, will attend the State TIniversity next year. Mr. N. G. W. Robinson' wai here from Dayilla Tuesday on business. He reported crop con- ditions much better in his sec- tion than here. FOR SALE Pour fine fresh Jersey cows for sale at a bar- gain. For particulars, see, Bert Comer, Route 2, tf, Adolph Kuhen of Walburg, was here Tuesday shipping cat tle to Ft Worth. Miss Violet Pritchard of No- wata, Ok., is visiting, Mrs. E. H. Kimbrough. For Sale Four male Scotch Collie puns, very intelligent price S5.00 each. Mrs. Ray S. Savage 548 Shine Street, Belton, Texas. Mr. and Mr?. E. M. Wilson ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 16 June 1916

m t , m rit S'il J cy JUDGE SHIPP WITH DRAWS FROM RACE. To the Democrats of Bell Lam- pasas and Mills Counties: I desire to announce my with- drawal from the race for district .judge of the Twenty-Seventh Judicial district. When I announced for this im- portant office I did so believing tnat the good citizenship, especi- ally: of Bell county whom I had endeavored to faithfully serve as county judge for the past eight years and a goodly number of voters in Lampasas and Mills counties, would be glad to pro- mote me to the office of district judge. I have some strong pledges of support from a large number of friends and acquaintances in the other two counties, and am confident that I would have been given a plurality of the votes in Bell county. However, after a careful review of the situation my chances for success are doubt f ul, and under the circumstances prefer to withdraw. No man ever had more loyal friends than I arid my heart is filled with gratitude to them. Sincerely. W. S. S...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 16 June 1916

pr ! - at K? ll "TTo ORDINANCE NO. 96. 0. ' r - 11 id A-, K'.ir c rtt. An prdlnanco ntnklng final nsscRwuonts ngalnst nbutllng proporty for ImprovomontB on Clnrk and Evlo StrcotB In tho City of Hnrtlott, Toxna. and ngalnnt tho owners of bucIi property, providing method of enforcing pnymouts, tho iBsunnco of nsslgnnblo certlflcntos, and collections of tho costs and attomoys teen. B It Ordatnod by tho City Council of tho City of Hnrtlott, Texas: Sec. 1. That tho asBcssmentB horolnnftor set out, bo nnd thoy are hero- Iiy mddo against tho abutting property and tho owncra thereof for tho Im- provements to bo niado on and along tho following strcctB In tho City of BrilotU to-wlt: On Clark stroot from curb to curb, sixty foot wide, from tho west lino of Dalton street to tho west lino of "west front street, and from west llae of west front stroot to west lino of E. U Hardin's rcsldcnco.lot from curb . to curb 21 foot wldo; nnd on Evlo stroot from curb to curb 60 feet wldo from OHtli lino of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 23 June 1916

, kiii&t u 1 AND NEWS P. CATES, Editor and Proprietor BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS,, FRIDAY. JUNE 23, 1916. $1.00 Year. VOL. XXXI. No, 4 wtibmt& mm Jim MB rar u- k k FORMER BARTLETT i1. p. i nnv nil i ry mfxii:an i Brownwood. Tex., June 20. KlAn. W. Q. Kuykend 11, wife of e local lumberman, was slashed about the head and brea9t with a iarge butcher knife in the bands' of Geronimo Lerma, a young Mexican employed as a 'Servant in the home, about 4 o'clock this mornim?. She was Attacked as she slept, and al though she will recover, from her injuries, she will probably lose p-one eye. Jf hysicans say her lace 7 will ia AlafirmiraA -fnr lifn Soon after the tragedy was discovered large posses were iormed to give chase to its per- r. Telephones and the local histle were used to give and within citizens and gout the iven to ectfon out for tnHmal. Lerma ewRTthe posses, but was shot and killed on the atliff ranch, about ten miles 'from town, six hours after the tragedy. He was d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 23 June 1916

; It rj a lf u ft ." v "t ffi 1, .1 I . ' I k ft, 'a i WX " m IK urJ' II 1 ' l 0? ? fW o r . . ) ft 'I. The Tribune And News FRIDAY. JUNE 23. 1916 Since Neucea County has been dry, there are many snakes in that section, and a number of children bitten by rattlesnakes. For where two or three are gathered together in my name, there am I in the midst of them. Matt, xviii: 19, 20. Submission will be voted on in the July primaries and the peo ple of Texas will also have a chance to say whether they want the Robertson Insurance or not. Twenty-three women are en- titled to sit in the democratic convention which meets next Wednesday in St. Louis, one of whom is originally from Bell county, Texas. Oh, we Bell county people manage some way to be among the foremost Tem- ple Telegram. Property is,, desirable is a positive good in the world. That some should be rich shows that others may become rich, and hence is just encouragement to industry and enterprise. Let not him who is houseless pull do...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 23 June 1916

..'tfi. "nC; 1 . II1.1 . " ' ' " ' 1JM Pros Are! Defeated in Karnes County KatnedCity, Texas, June la- in the pro election held in Karnea county Saturday the anti forces won the victory by a ma- jority of 376. The total vote was; wets 1223; drys. 847, .Karnes county was aleady wet r.and the pro forces made a hard ' fight, to change it to the dry column The vote was large and unusual interest was token in lhe election, Lands for Sale General Land Office, State of Texas, Austin, Tex, June 16. 1916. ,The Bartlett Tribune, Bartlett, Texas, Gentlemen: ,For the information of those wanting to know something of our land affairs and for the benefit of those who may desire to acquire homes thereon upon very favorable terms, will you kindly say to your readers that I have sent to the printer a list of 1 the lands that will be offered for sale Seotember 1st. This list includes about four million, three hundred thousand acres of land. They will be ready for distribu- tion abbUt July first. The ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 23 June 1916

i cf-s i Qj The Tribune And News FRIDAY. JUNE 23. 1916 There are few spiritual mil- lionaires in the world today. For the highest type of man- hood you must pay the highest price. Verily, it looks more andmore like war with Mexico, as the "hours roll by. Tne great heart of Jesus Christ is the crucible in which Nation- alites disappear. Those who complain about crop conditions here should make a trip through the barren section bordering the Rio Grade. When we give a nickel to the Lord we expect a brass band to head a procession in honor ot the donation. Weeds are like habits, they are much easier killed while thev are little than when they have grown large and strong. Bartlett, it seems, is going to let another summer pass without a picnic or barbecue, or any at- traction bigger than the picture show or skating rink. The saints of the average com- munity are the people whose lives are never written up, and the sinners are the folks who get the big head lines. There is absolutely no s...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 23 June 1916

1 Ui , ',- "W""! " U t , 'j. . BIS If 1 f 1 V, mMt -a LOCAL GOSSIP Colonel W. K. Makemson, and Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Fisher Jr., were here Wednesday from Georgetown. Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Fairchild returned yesterday from a visit to Kerryille and other points. Mrs. George Hempel and little son, left Wednesday for Illinois, to visit relatives. W. W. Walton was in Corpus Chnsti this week. Capt D. H. Stockton is in Cor- pus Christi, Eldridge "two spool" sewing machines for sale by Stokes- Blair Hardware Co. It is a pleasure to demonstrate them to you. Messrs Fred Montgomery, Noah Shults, and Mose Cox aie on Devils River this week en- joying camp life. Sheriff Lee 0, Allen of George town was here yesterday on business. Ed Heinsohn wants your bacon and lard. Mrs. C. C. Cowles has return ed from several months visit to herneice, Mrs, Kichard Power $offMemphis, Texas. Good earMCorn for sale M. hi. Albrecht. Mr. and Mrs. Chas Gillespie are Visiting relatives in Waco this week. ' Mr. and Mrs. E. L...

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