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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 4 August 1916

w rJtJt i t K"fl!S tiaim .... s 11 SSCt 1 , s '.,, ". ft r. . : - t ( r t ''. 3r i ir i'4 Si In X P. n.- f ' b ( n . r r "U n, f ft 'm w :H m ' '' IBS' MB r EC Hi Family FeanWh. . ing last week there was a ,of the Vy. M. Daughter Ty. near Pecan Schdol house, in which all the members were present with che exception t of -.one. The place of the happy meeting was at the home of Mr, ind Mrs. Will Daughtery with jtfhom, the old parents, Mr. and Mra. W. M. Daughtery, reside. Those present were: J. M. Dau- H ghtery, Burleson; H. E. Daugh- tery, Corpus Christi; Will Dau- , Jhtery, Bartlett; Mrs. J. N, Craw- ford, Dallas; Mrs. W. 0. McCar- ver, Bollinger; Mrs. W. C. Rice and Mrs. W. G. Marshall, Bart- lett. A daughter, Mrs. Daniel, of Santa Anna, was not present. Notice. To the people of Bartlett and vicinity: , Beginning with this week the Bartlett-Weatern railway will run its freight train 3 trips p.r weeki on Monday. Wednesday and Friday, The large motor has just been repaired and will be...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 11 August 1916

P'iT?; W.'VT' t EIt,''":" , o ft , V IP- Ic Si' ,,.,. ,,v;,l AND NEWS j;. RJF. CATES, Editor and Proprietor BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDAY, AUGUST 11, 1916. $1.00 Year. VOL. XXXI. No. til, vi ,' ..,-fc TEMPLE BOOSTERS VISIT BARTLETT m , & 5 A. J vV'v "about f.S" S 1 te' i tr 6 k-' f. r o CI V.v ,. ;..n -m hi , i .! ft -r C '( i tV-' B'-AiT. I.i'i : iv if ', l-Kt ? Ev-1 t ' I" Fv 1 $7 PER PUPIL WAS SCHOOL ALLOTMENT , Austin, Tex,, Aug. 2. The State board of education fixed the State per capita apportion- ment for the year 1916-17 at $7 ,per pupil. The apportionment was based upon estimated re- ceipts of $8,800,000 and scholas- tic enumeration of l,246,896chil- 'drem The per capita is consid- ered hij?h, in view of the fact that the census enumeration for ihe year 1916 includes an extra year. - , Heretofore the scholastic age limits were 7 to 16, inclusive. The thirty-fourth legislature ex- tended the scholastic age limit to include all children 17 years old, ' . J .1 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 11 August 1916

muuMwuwjwwji v "a , vNMiBu.iuuHU'iu'i (' i LUkiHHiRnKiiwuiiwiuBaranvanimnm WfKWi''VTfrT mw', -"3 ?: w.vx" - " T( Wti.l f .," IW. " I'l "j t KkAK I t ' B swww,rrv2!aiwwv fcsiiyr vni m. '"'' ' . '" ' ',. .i " ' ' : IV v-, .; 1 ,o SI fe i ' m; nsi 1 i., 'singy PP T;? & !' rj v 5 Svt, a i I'V hf-' . ir & v k. r . & o Bt BV ni KO i m- Wljl ma Wii. '.i . r- ? f vw fiV? HEALTH It may sound a bit startling, but it is true. We have the remedies for correcting slight ail- ments and preventing serious sickness. By a judicious use of these expensive remedies you retain your robust health and vitality, and at the same time prevent the expense and worry incident to poor health. A dollar's worth of prevention is worth a hundred dollars worth of cure. JLeatnerman JLJrug jO. LOCAL GOSSIP Bring your cotton to Bartlett. Lawrence Bros have some of that 10c oil for sale. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Riddle- .hoover of Sparks spent Sunday with Mrs. Chas. Stephens. A. Gersbach is in St Louis this week b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 11 August 1916

S?T?' - 'Sil , ',! W,' VK W u& !.cv .w,f"V .& K 'lw i, h "AH 7j .' Carried To A ',, ' . Local Sanitarium. r r " Mr. G, W. Nelson, prominent planter and most' popular citizen ' ;cif Round Rock was rushed to a 'Sanitarium Friday, where he ia ' to undergo an operation for ap- pendicitis. He was accompanied jby 'his mother, Mrs. A. J. Nel- sori his sister, Mrs. N. C. Avery and two brothers. C. A. and T. E. Nelson, the latter being pri- vate secretary to Congressman Buchanan of Brenham. The Nelsons are prominent people in , Williamson county, and the con- dition of this gentleman will be watched with much interest and anxiety by his numerous friends all over the state. Temple Mir- ror; Killing at Fairland, Marhla Falls. Tex.. Autr. 1. Chris Lacy, a well known young man of this town, was shot and instantly killed Tuesday morn ing at Fairland. The killing was said to have been caused by fami- ly trouble. Ready To Gin Your Cotton Our machinery has been thorough- ly overhauled and pu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 11 August 1916

. ftr Sa et' V W If- iff m GET THE HABIT Gooseneck Items. PAY CASH PAY LESS Do you appreciate the fact that Bartlett is now in a class with the other leading towns of Central Texas in that she has a real SPOT CASH GROCERY STORE? One that makes the prices right. We handle the same standard brands and high grade GROCERIES that you have been accustomed to buying, and sell them to you at a much closer price. t If you are not already trading with us be- gin today and let us SHOW you how much you can save by so doing. It is characteristic with the American housewife to be economical and we would be glad to have you call and make your selection or just phone us what you want. The health of our community is very Rood at present. Miss Vera Grigsby spent last week in Temple. Mr, and Mrs. Georpe Jackson. and children visited Prairie Dell Sunday. Mrs. J., T. Douglas is reported to be on the sick list this week. Mr. J. Waldon is spending a few days in San Angelo this week. C. C. Hodge is on the ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 11 August 1916

I'lS'Wrt 11 ff i?. m . a - i M Entri Nous Club. i aI"x'1 m $ t p i 52rjM?ll,' ??lfil mm Jn&iMKI ttglKHH The Latest Wireless Signal of Distress Meaning: "3END OUT SUCCOR" In all the ages the bank account has never failed to ans-s ,wer the cry of distress. Get your wireless apparatus in order make your check Rood at our bank. Bartlett State Bank J. T. STEWART, Cashier. Bartlett, Texas. Mrs, Clyde Hudasill assisted by her mother entertained the Entri Nous Club and a number of friends on last Friday after- noon. The personal of the party were Mesdames Power of Clint- on. Okla,, Leslie, Johnie packer, Allen Duncan, Cates, Slawson, Hatch, Heide, Leatherman. Wac- ker, Walton and Miss Mae Lynn Cox. Regardless of the heat the hours tlew merrily by .and with such charming hostess, daintly served refreshments and the gist of that ever-exciting game "42", all declared it to be one of the most delightful meetings the Club had ever enjoyed. Mrs. Slawson was again the lucky winner, some one mu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 11 August 1916

W z re . I." v ytwff mmmmmimiiim The Tribune t- And News ' FRIDAY AUGUST 11. 1916 9KB ftvoru into flhrisitinn IB n min- , ..., vv. -- foaary; if not a missionary not a true Christian, , Several farmers in this section are" complaining of theJboll worm doing damage to their cotton crop, ' ; ' Nature cannot be cheated, if .you want to get anything of value you must render an equiv alent About the most exciting af- fair in Bartlett for a long time, was the reduction last week in the'price of Ford cars. . You don't need those weeds to arrow about your place in order to demonstrate the fertility of this black land. Cut 'em down. ' ' President J. C. Harty reports 114 young ladies registered at Baylor college during the month 'of July as students for the ses- , sion, of 1916-17. Jartlett is greatly in need of a Bdinjr and loan association, fc? purpose of which to build V'Smnrove homesteads, remove eubrances thereon and loan ley to members thereof. Its aod organization for any town, It is i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 11 August 1916

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 11 August 1916

n&iK"tkj w ?ar?iWr''fTt 'K m 'fmi t:i 3jwy,iv?i' ixi u,Yv'sr'' o?T - .v 7 ' , -i n " rVi th "f, W. C.'T. U. Notes v On Thursday of last week the Woman's Christian Temperance Union met in the hospitable home of Jtr. and Mrs. .T. S. Rogers, With 20 members and 3 visitors pteaent. On entering each guest wm refreshed with a glass of punch. After the usual opening exer- cises Mrs. J. A. Harlan was elect- ed president; Mrs. T. L. Ran- dolph, vice-president, for the East Central Christian church. The matter of arranging a pro- gram for our year's work was referred to the several, vice-pres idents. The question of Temperance contests on the WorH's Temper- c ance Sunday, carried and was re- ferred to the committee. " We are glad to add to our list the names of Mrs. E. 0. Haeber. Mrs. F. H. Leslie and Mrs. M. 0. Paisley. The program was led by Mrs. ,r P. M. Cox, consisted of a paper on Infantile Paralysis, by Mrs. Harlan, also the distribution of bulletins, s A discussion of "The Bible in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 18 August 1916

F?J7 t j TT1 t 4 V t v Jv i ,M '4 J P c AND NEWS v Bt. ffyv i. ' "B R.-F. GATES, Editor and Proprietor BARTLETTr WILLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDAY. AUGUST 18, 1916. $1.00 Year. VOL. XXXI. No. M'ADOO SAYS HUGHES JUST PETTIFOGGING CARTER IS A TEXAS PRODUCT WOMEN TO WORK FOR WILSON MARLIN-TEMPLE INTERURBAN PLANNED WOMEN OWN , CEMETERT. n"fi ;'jw!if prr. v",i : v ' tBribnm ( . ; S t'i "f w ,f yj-"-MB, rV& ; : M i n't iP' Lv V 0) t i. t f ' . tm. . V w - It Ef i " t ( It . s t .' a T' , Washington. Aur. 14. "Mr. Hughes is merely pettifogging, " said Secretary McAdoo today. ,"He is welcome to a monopoly of that field. The' Ciapp case is a ' Very unfortunate one for his pur- pose. If I thought that the pub- , lie was really interested, I would make a statement about it," Mr. McAdoo's remarks were called, forth by the charge made by Charles E. Hughes at Missou- la, Mont., last night that Henry Nt Clapp, assistant appraiser at New York, had been removed by the secretary of the treasury to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 18 August 1916

. i v ytT!? .' o t O n " m .. . J " kV I he Tribune And News rDAY, AUGUST 18. 1916 K iMtfel.-V n,tr. PAmmnt.nlnl upin:n uccua a uuunntn.mi lub.- 0 'i1i.L J - L...MJ! J toaft association. Prosperity has Bpoiled many a teB, but no ono dodges it on thifc account' &- Carrying a rabbit's foot in your poeltot may bring you good luck, Irak wraeverence and hard work getethe mon. i a Wonder if the scientists ever canvassed Mexico in their search fo the missing link. Savannah Nawa.1 The Texas run-off Senatorial camnaign is warming 'up and speakers for the candidates will beoti'the stump from now on. Twenty thousand more guards men.sent.tothe border, looks like (trouble is expected on the other aide of the Rio Grande. 'The prohibitionists have at last secured a candidate for president. Keep your eyes on the pro who maintains mac ne ia a jjuiuuurai. ' To make Bartlett the leading market for every kind of farm product should be the aim and object of all loyaj, progressive citizens of this ci...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 18 August 1916

t,H i ,J w . S. nnr Hie Last Call On Summer THE STORE AHEAD THE STORE AHEAD Merchandise few m' i w i J !' "S" Our Mr. Barnes has just returned from the Eastern Markets and reports that a big stock of Fall and Winter Goods has been pur chased and will be coming in every day by freight and express. Now to further reduce our stock we will make some very close prices on Goods in order to make more room. Look below for Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday SPECIALS. $3.50 Men's Oxfords, black or Jtan to close at - $2.75 $4.50 Ladies' Pumps, to close at - - - - $3.00 $3.50, Ladies' Oxfords to close out at ,- - - $2.75 5c and 10c Lace Insertions to close out at - - - lc 10c to 25c Embroidery to close out at - - 8 l-3c Panama Hats, value up to $4.50 to close entire line Monday morning at 1 0 o'clock sharp all will be sold at only each - $1.50 Men's, Womens' and Chil- dren's Perforated Sandals at HALF PRICE. Many other Big Bargains you can not afford to miss. New Goods New Coats for Ladies New Coats...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 18 August 1916

j: firf ." J1 .4 r - ,7'' i? s j ? !H rj. "ft Ut The Tribune "And News FRIDAY. AUGUST 18, 1916 The fragrance of Mary's gift still exhales around the world. What, we want is wealth, it is certainly a power in this world. - It is a toss whether the tattler or the eavesdropper is the worse. No virtue is more beautiful than . fidelity, it holds us fast in sun shine and shade. Women are so tender-hearted that they will not deliberately step on a mouse. If every fool had to wear a bell what a run there would be on the factories where they make them. A man never wants a thing after he gets it one half so badly as he thought he did while chas- ing it. Bluff is a common tactic of the devil, His agents are usually braggarts, threatening more than can perform. The expression on some folks' faces would take the smile out of the man in the moon, if they looked that way. Do you ever make an effort to render service to anyone? Try it you will be surprised at the ben- efit you will receive. Men in ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 18 August 1916

HH1 1 S-. V u ' t, I . SSSm V m rv i s. u ,r 1 A t 'itf !, It T h? - IP rr V j u It V- " .-.' .' '' Hi" The Latest .Wireless Signal of .. " Distress Meaning: "SEND OUT SUCCOR" In all the ages the bank account has never failed to ans- wer the cry of distress. Get your wireless apparatus in order make your check good at our bank. Bartlett State Bank J.. T. STEWART, Cashier. ' Bartlett, Texas. LOCALS and PERSONALS Wesley Turner, of Brownwood Cwas here this week visiting his brother. Pete Turner. Fresh Perminto cheese at Law- rence Bros. Rev. and Mrs. Otto Raeke, of Palm are here visiting their parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. Raeke. R. E. Breihan. of San Antonio is here this week on a visit to his parentB, Mr and Mrs. H. A. Breihan. , Se&H. L. Perkins before you buythat Fall Suit. Miss La Verne Daley, of Flor- ence is here this week on a viit to her sister, Mrs. R. E. Kirke. J. T. Heath of near Holland was here Wednesday. New car of maize and corn chops, bran, shorts and Gold Medal flour j...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 18 August 1916

TW WPiXE iv i ; nr "(i - . F 1KJ J Q V E' wv. a1 " I yv i '. & r ' K.V' Bv. i l Paint Is Preparedness By this we mean, to gather in all the Vehicles, Wagons, and Farm Implements and give them a coat of good paint. : : : : We have Wagon Paint in all Colors, Brushes, Linseed Oil and Varnishes. JLeatlierman JLJrug iu LOCAL GOSSIP See Jim Izard for your wood, and feed of all kinds. Dave Dabbs was a Galveston and Houston visitor this week. Ladies hats for less at Ed JBeinsohn's store. Mr. W. E. Mitchuson and daughter, Birdie, have returned from Sherman. a Miss Bessie Mitchuson left for the St, Louis markGts on Thurs- , day of last week. .1 a Don't forget the old reliable , Jim Izard wfyen you need feed or wood, ," Commissioners' Court met at Belton, last Monday for the open " injr of the August term. JuBt remember Lawrence Bros when you need coal oil, only 10c ,f , per gallon. Worth White and Gus Jesse were Galveston visitors Satur- day and Sunday. ( 1 am prepared to furnish wood, bo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 18 August 1916

"p r iy G K m tv ,1 a o T ,',. U rotht nd Salter Art rtibnd and Wife Roger Newton, a University of Wlteoonain graduate, now a resi- dent of Globe, Ariz., haadiscov- ntd that his wife, whom he mar- rifd mneyears ago, is his sister. Hpw to sfitfaighten out the kink i&their life story is the problem aen-ffg" waich is worrying them to dis- , traction. 'Newton, whose real name is 3ore Porter, was the son of a carpenter in Spokane. Wash. .fnfien his father was injured by a xjdl, George was placed in an ' ' orjbhanage. Later he was adopted .,' by'Howard Newton, who moved f I , 'His adonted Darents educated V 'r .hipa aifthe University of Wiscon- BiHi Alter leavintr coiieu u vuunir l?oSter, who had taken the name i bfj Newton from his adopted pa- rents, returned to the Pacific jnorthwest While in Portland, Ore., he met a Miss Elizabeth Porter, who was -attending a seminary there, The 1 f.KM - Ready To Gin Your Cotton Our machinery has been thorough- ly overhauled and put in first class ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 18 August 1916

-$ TWHl TSF '.-kr: " rs ! m, V if w a Li ui W ttf' nininiipiiiiiiTlliilllliliii 1 1 mi nuiwiiMiinilii TwwTOiNTt IAILY TONIGHT A rat twin. counfrlWAUr. dty eo-operation rally will b& , Iwld in the open air and on 6art- ltt's main business thorotigh- ,) xnre lu-uiKUk, v? nutty av o u - clock. It will be a joint meeting of the people of Bartlett, Temple Belton, Troy and other towns in Bll and Williamson counties. The speaking will take placd on the First National Bank cor- ner, the, weather permitting, .and m the event of inclement weather the tabernacle will be used. Prominent speakers of the places named will address 'the assemblage. Every citizen of Bartlett and the surrounding ection is cordially invited to be present This rally will be un- ique in some respects, and of a u most unusual character Politics and religion will not be men- tioned. Candidates will "not be ' in it" But it will be enjoyable, if not exciting, and their will be no passing of the hat, collections taken or...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 25 August 1916

fti B V' n; ". ..v. BTO if ' -:i SiM! O ijS JMA p AND NEWS i"rf RF. CATKS, Editor and Proprietor BARTLETT. WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY. AUGUST 25, 1916. $1.00 Year. VOL. XXXI. No. 13 fe .. V i ft'. & v : V - ST 'v fcM , . T. r lV i ft' v y W- K LOSS IN HURRICANE PLACED AT $2,500,000 i- i The death loss in eleven South Texas counties visited by the wind storm of last Friday stands at' fifteen, the Bame as reported Monday, three of the deaths be- ing in Wiilacy county, two in Jim Wells, one in Duval, three xhn Nueces, all beinpr at Flour Bluff, and the six members of the crew of the steamer Pilot Boy wrecked Friday moraine ten miles northeast of Port Aransas. Information reached the city Tuesday morning that Severio Alanias, a Mexican farmer liv- ing at Rosita. a small settlement .in Duval county was injured, as it n i u: were inree uuit:r ineuiueiaui mo familv arhnn Mia nrinhn dwell'ino" in which they lived caved in dur- ing the storm. Two of the num- ber were seriously inju...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 25 August 1916

Q m Thcu Tribune And News FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 1916 Too many people try to grow I -.. their religion in the dark of the tnorn. In Europe, every day is a busy )4 J.. .fM , Mnn na ll Inrttra trt uy xur evcijr mau no 11. iwno w an American. State Svi Nearly $100,000 Yearly Wherever you h'aye seen any great thing put through hand- somely, know that somebody has paid the price. Inwardly we find that he who has given himself most lavishly is" the happiest of mortals. While he who withholds has a grouch that won't come off. Those who stay by the staff are as important in the battle of life as those who win ictories. Great mothers present to the world great sons. They live lives of sacrifice that in their children they may contribute to the wel- fare of mankind. The earth is dotted with beau- tiful flowers and the skv is stud- ded with shining stars, but the ilowers all clustered in one enor- mous bouquet and the stars all assembled in one dazzling galaxy would be as nothing compared with one...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 25 August 1916

I -. .s- ,w J RV n 1 I'.-' s- f t r X is K h' if 3 MTV HAS SPLENDID RECORD Fort Worth, Tex., Auk, 24.- TheKaty 8y8tem has made an en- viable record aa a common carrier of passengers. Since its oper- ation more than twenty-five years .ago but two passengers have lost their lives and for twenty-five years it hold a clean score, but one passenger having been killed. Although no nassengera have been killed, the record show that 225treapassers have met death while walking along the tracks in the past four years. Statistics compiled by railroad officials show that the 5,000 tres- passers are killed on railroad" in the United States each year. A small portion of this number con- sists of the hobo class. Quite a few highly respected citizens who made it a practice to walk along railroads and school children in .going to and from Bchcol, using the tracks as a short cut home, fall victims of the locomotive and train. To stop the slaughter of lives the railroad officials are beginning a campai...

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