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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 25 August 1916

IfTM ,-,;v O o The Tribune And News FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 1916 Wilson's Dlea to the railroad heads is not needed. Bartlett is a live city with cot- ton coming in on the roads. Farmers are to be seen on the streets of our city day and night seeking laborers. The world will have to get along without you some day, don't think it can't do it now. Go to the polls to-morrow and vote for your choice for United States senator. They are both staunch antis. After all, from the Red River to the Rio Grande, there's no country like unto the Great Bart lett Country. Come and De among us. Our Visit to Corpus Christi. With the paving work in prog- ress and the farms calling for laborers there should be no idle workmen here this fall, which will make material prosperity in this community. In its report of the storm that visited Corpus Christi last Fri- day the Daily Caller of that city deserves credit for the able man- ner in which it reported the dis- aster, It neither took from nor added to the condi...

Publication Title: Bartlett Tribune And News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 25 August 1916

tfiv v " ""' ''"l "jwpWf r J 1 B. i i -m a R.f -. m M "vr ,! NEW GOODS Wc arc receiving every day new goods, both in ready to wear and piece goods. We have bought one of the largest and most complete stock I hat we have cverhad. to the Very Smallest utem 2le Jxnticipate 2 our Wants The Store Ahead LOCALS and PERSONALS Attorney Woods o Granger was here on business yesterday. For Sale I have some shoats and brood sows for sale. E. J. Malechek. 2t Ollie Humble for some time has been connected with the Bartlett Garage as book-keeper has resigned same, and has ac- cepted a similiar position with the Mutual Lumber Co. Wanted Two gentle ponies for my children to drive to school must be gentle and work single or double. L. W. Robinson. Joe Machu has rented the brick building opposite the Tribune office, in which he will open a 6tock of dry goods and groceries. Fresh Perminto cheese at Law- rence Bros. Messrs, Allen Welch and J, M. Roebuck were here yesterday from Prairie Dell. For Sale My 1...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 25 August 1916

COAL! COAL! '- 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. I ieatkerman AJrug Vo. LOCAL GOSSIP J'. C. Hendricks of Kogers was here Tuesday, See Jim Izard for your wood, and feed of all kinds. Louise Flowers of San Antonio is here visiting this week. Ladies hats for less at Ed Heinsohn's store. Henry Tlucek was in Austin this week on business. I am prepared to furnish wood, both stove and cord at reason- able prices. Jim Izard. Mr. N. G, Landrum of Waxa- hachie was a week-end visitor in the home of J. S. White. Just remember Lawrence Bros when you need coal oil, only 10c per gallon. JBun Scales has accepted a posi- tion as dry goods salesman with Lawrence Bros. Don't forget the old reliable- Jim Izard when you need feed or wood, Curtis Thompson and John Dillard were San Antonio visitors Sunday. For Sale 100 cords dry ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 25 August 1916

"WgTFlb, 'S'1 u m AC v ''Sir. i ;1 Colonel John Drst Dies in Tyler Home Tyler, Texas, Aug. 22 John Durst, colonel on Governor Ferguson's personal staff, died here early Tuesday, following a long illness. He had been a resident of Tyler about fifty-five years and always was active in state and local affairs and held several offices. He was city manager of Tyler under the charter government system for eight months. He was also prominent in Tyler political circles. Interment will be made , here. Doering-Hlein An event of interest here and elsewhere was the wedding Aug- ust 13 at Spring, Texas, which united in marriage Miss Ella Klein of that place and Mr. Henry Doering of Walburg, Texas. Rev. Mr. Deffner of Klein preformed the . ceremony, Llnceln-OutUw. One of the pretty weddings of the week took place Thursday morning at the home of the bride's brother. M. C. Outlaw, the contracting parties being Miss Eugenia Outlaw and R. A. Lincoln of Thrall, Rev. J. W. Kerns of the Central Caristia...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 25 August 1916

-J - ti i.1 t-t u l r 4 fcT r rw Conttittttlon Mid By-Uws Cemetery Association B16w is a copy of the Consti- tution and By-laws of the Women's Cemetery Association of Bartlett. CONSTITUTION Art. 1 This organization shall be 3 known a g the Woman's (Cemetery Association of Bartlett. Art. 2 Its uurpose shall be the are of the graves and upkeep of the grounds of the cemetery. -Art. 8 Anyone may become a member of the association by jiving service and paying 25 cents a month, payable the first meeting in January. Art. 4 Anyone intprested in the work, who does not own a lot may become an Hpmorary Mem; ber by paying one dollar a year dues. Art. 5 Officers of the Associa- tion Bhall constitute the executive board. Art. 6 Officers of the associa- tion shall be President, 1st Vice- President. 2nd Vice-President, Treasurer and reporter. Art. 7 Seven members of the 'association shall constitute a quorum. Art. 8 .A Bexton shall be ap- pointed by the board. BY-LAWS Art. 1 The President shall ap-...

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

if. 4 raft AND NEWS fe. F. CATES, Editor And Proprietor BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1916. 81.00 Year. VOL. XXXI. No 14 tihvmt e h)K 'A ( , SCHOOL OPENS MONDAY, SEPT. 11 V Preparations are now being tnade for the approaching session 'of the Bartlett Public Schools, -which will begin Monday, Sept. (i 11. It is expected there will be a good attendance at the school this year. An efficient corps of teachers has been selected, and under the superintendency of Prof. V. I. Moore, who comes very highly recommended, by thosa in a Dosition to best know him. we Dredict one of the best i terms of school in the history of Bartlett. Let everybody be in readiness for the opening day, and be a booster every day for our school. Supt. V. I. Moore and Principal 5. W. Preddy are both in town prepariig for every emergency vhen school opens. Mr. Moore has been in New York State all summer acting as Superintendent with the Kedpath Chautauqua System. ,He has taken the Dimmit Wh...

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

ri' K ,. "6 ,1'' t' I -v The Tribune And News FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 1, 1916 Cotton pickinpt is the order of the day, 'but it wont last long as the crop is short, reports the Le- ander Times, And when a doctor goes to heaven it must be awfully em- barrassing for him when he en- counters a former patient. If some people who talk "pre- pardness" concerning warfare, would preoare themselves for more useful citizens, it would be more appropriate, it seems to us. Atter a bachelor passes the age of 40 it's up to him to marry widow, if he marries at all. He'll need a wife who knows how cranky men ere. Our graveled streets could be greatly improved right now by the dumping of some fine gravel in the low places. It would be the part of economy to do this. Do you believe in national pre- paredness and then fail to keep yourself physically fit? Wash your face carefully and then use a, common roller towel? Go to the drug store to buy a tooth brush and then handle the en- tire stock to see if the bri...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 1 September 1916

-x ,,- (.'r -fr' x'Wwr; STff i" . i - $?Mm " c Ik V if-' i fc f WILLIAMSON COUNTY COMMISSIONERS LEW TAXES FOR YEAR 1916 VAVWV "RPorty Twypajgfi u From tho Georgetown Commercial. The court made the tax levy for the year 1916, and upon mo- tion made and unamiously car- ried it is ordered that there be levied And collected on all pro- in Williamson county bud- ct to taxation under the con- tion and laws of the State of for the year 1916, the owing taxes to-wit: For general revenue purposes. a tax of and at the rate of 19 1-2 cents on the $100 valuation of all taxable property. For road and bridge purposes, a tax of ani at the rate of 15c on the $100 valuation of all property. For special fund to pay inter- esa and create a sinking fund on outstanding court house bonds, a tax of and at the rate of 2 1-2 cants on the $100 valuation of all property. It is further ordered that there is hereby levied the following special taxes upon all property subject to taxation under the constitution an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 1 September 1916

The Tribune : And News Sept. 2nd to Sept. 8th FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 1, 1916 .No vacant houses in Bartlett. Join the Building and Loan Association. Did the landslide strike you last Saturday ? It was a "plumb good 'un." ?'. We all want life in the largest measure but many of us have a -false conception of life. Heavy rains fell over areas in south and southwest Texas this week. At San Antonio the rain- fall was three inches, at Corpus Christi nearly two and a quarter inches of rain fell. At other places it was heavy. Christian civilization would make much more rapid strides if we would all struggle to find the truth instead ot acquiring ideas through the colored glasses of prejudice and ignorance. - The man on a vacation is re- turning, mopping his brow and declaring he had the time of his life. The women are coming in with dust cap and broom, and declaring from amidst clouds of dust that "I'll never leave my house again." Now, which had the best time? Corsicana Sun. The Bartlett merchan...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 1 September 1916

& Notice I have re-opened my store and hope to see all of my old cus- tomers and as many new ones aa fair and honest dealing will make I will occupy mv old stand, first house east of the railroad in Jack- son block. Chas. Nowotny. u . J tfettheBANKbook I first and be a .i'Mt. J' J man with money! 2& fJ I 4 jffjm? ,.. I i V ffsJr M (yf & jJU fr &- fi H hs- ' F IV l&W. tf r School Days Playhouse Shoes Mothers in order thai your child should do tKe very best work in school you should give as much attention to their feet as you give to their books. When a shoe is easy and of- good appearance there is nothing to detract the little mind from the books. Try a pair of our Educators or ' Play-house Shoes and observe what difference there is WE CAN FIT from the smallest on ip and inchide the Big Girl. Prices ho higher tha.n visual. The . Store Ahead LOCALS and PERSONALS Mrs. Wallace Usry underwent an operation at Temple Monday and is reported to be doing nice- ly. lBlbs su...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 1 September 1916

COAL! COAL! PJTC 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. . t ieatnerman AJrug vj LOCAL GOSSIP Hon. Ray Stearns of Granger was a Bartlett visitor here Mon- day. See Jim Izard for vour wood, and feed of all kinds. Born to Mr. ?nd Mrs. Walter Holt last week, a Rirl. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Dillard have moved in to Mrs. Mullin's resi- dence. Ladies hats for less at Ed Heinsohn's store. Bruce Wilhite has accepted a position in Cook's drug store at Granger. See Lawrence Bros if you have corn to sell. N. K. Smith of Waco was here ., Monday on business. If you have any corn for sale, see Lawrence Bros. Mr. E. F. Connell of Hereford was here Sunday, the guest of Mr. rnd Mrs. T. W. Talbot Bring your children to my studio before some stranger ' comes and gets the work, pat ronize the home industry Mar tinet's Star Studio. Mr, J. F...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 1 September 1916

Vvi K' 1- fer E.t.-v I&C?- ' I. iK . w Jiftl tM VtV f t r Sr 9 i-X . & "5 I- 1 Xp TV N i J. 1 ) 1 x ftfci- Mr. BrooKshire Leases Ranch. W. S. Brnokshire, the well known stockman and ranchman of this county and owner of the famous Brookshire ranch in the northwestern part of the county, about 20 mileB northeast of Tay- lor, has closed a deal with Wilcox & BrookBhire of Granger for the sale of his fine live stock and the leaso of hia home place and ranch and farm property. Wilcox & Brookshire have bought his horses, cattle and sheep outright, paying $8,000 for the stock, and haye secured a lease of the land. The land lease includes the handsome residence and homeplace of Mr. Brookshire and 1,690 acres of land, which includes 800 acres of farming land in cultivation, and 890 acres of stock and ranch land in grass. G. P. Wilcox of Granger and Ralph H. Brookshire, son of the owner, are the buyers of the stock and leasees of the land. Mr. Brookshire reserved sever- al hund...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 1 September 1916

wTmStH &?! W" niws , ,.,.- j'' MK h Stafttiarf ill Trkde Extention Contest, Below is the standing of the ontestantB in Leslie's Trade Ex tintion Campaign for the week ending, August 23: lt nd 8 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th ;9th 40th 11th 12th 12th .12th t 13th 14th 14th,' 14th 14th 14th 15th 16th l'6rh 17th 17th "17th 17th 18th Contestant No. 123 8 95 71 3 15 85 59 41 4 133 154 90 41 153 16 63 16 118 155 38 90 146 155 0.56 118 102 106 ii i i ii i ii ii Fresh potato rence Bros. chips at Law- Meeting at Tabernacle. Sunday at 3:30 p. m., Dr. Jar- rel will speak to men and boys only, on "Traps for Them" At 8 p. m. at the union meet- ing at the tabernacle he will de- liver an address to everybody on "The Great Whiteslave Traffic" If you come to hear Dr. Jarrtll your eyes will be opened as he portrays some of the awful evils of the blackest of earth's crimes. Having heard him more than once, in our State Conventions, I feel perfectly safe in saying, while he will state some very plain fact...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 8 September 1916

r&i .1 KV C'.fi1tf jWH "iV. TOW., j)T, KM.-rtJ Wji. , i i V N ' i ; ,' r' " k . A J ft" NEWS y?.., ft"1 ir-'.1' "' ' -, 1 ' . . , l" ,,.m, , ,, ' ... Ju-: -- ," :t , , ,, BLF GATES, Editor and Proprietor B&RTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TEXiCs, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBERS, L916. $1.1)0 Year. VOL. XXXI. No. 15, . '! : .. . !,'; f w '' ' '' 'v " ." . , AND A, . i u . I .IT $;. ,, In v '.V "' 1 ll l'- ," ! J At this popular store you will sec the most compre- hensive preliminary show- ing of Fall Merchandise eyermade this1 early in the season. Gersbach-Wacker Co. We have n e y e r shown better exam- plesof real artistic taste in the selection of Lady-Like Apparel .Thursdayand Thurs- day night, Septem- ber the 14th. FALL OPENING Thursday and Thurs- day night, Septem- ber the 14th. Bartietts Big Store Will, be in Gala Attire, awaiting your inspection Thursday or Thursday night, September the 14th. ., Every section will display the latest triumphs in Merchandise for Pall and Winter. i 1 1 , Ne...

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

A. v . a V. Id:' fi'i-i IV. T t' T t I ft Ilff1l A woman may do her level I II v I llUU II K .jjeat to make life and home happy And News FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8. 1916 , Tho realm of the spirit is for th most' of us the neglected continent . President Wilson has nomi- toated Mr. Alvah F, Ferguson, brother to J. E. Furgeson, for postmaster at Belton. u Now let's all get together and u "decide to make Bartlett a city Aeautiful the most attractive Spot in Central Texas. With our productive soil, long growing . easonand abundance of water, we can make this a sure enough s show place. ' The town patrons of Bartlett's business houses should, during the fall months, make extra effort to do their shopping either 'before Saturday or early on that f flay in order to give the mer- chants time to wait on trie country trade. This is fair and the Tribune believes all will agree to it. Do not lose sight of the fact that a city beautiful attracts the prospector. California has spent millions of dollars ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 8 September 1916

mmmmm ""'VJ ' L V t. ' ftflWH ,IT 7ffi " 'fwpjftKKsaJBWBf , e V. . f .A l P i Hirer STATE FAlR;OIRECT0R TELLS . J OF THIS YEAR'S BIG PLANS Among many prominent Toxanfl who havo given largely of their time and talonts to tho task ot making the Stato Fair of Texas the blggcBt ot all an- nual expositions, none Is bottor 01 moro favorably known than E. M. Kahn, who haa been connected with tho Fair fo: many yoars. In a recent Btatnmont c on W&K'Sm ' E. M. Kahn coming tho 'work ot this big institution this year, Mr KMin nad this to say: l bollovo firmly that tho. 1!)1G Stato Fair et Texas will entertain more iwopio man nave ovor bororo viBiteu tAiy Stato Fair anywlioro. I know ol tljis thore can bo no possible doubt that vthey will see tho greatest Fall avak flannmttln l' .' "Whllo it is now nearly two months ' " until oponlng day, thoro aro plenty '" 'of present Indications to warrant tho above statements, particularly In the . 'sales of privileges and concessions, ,W ,jg the largost...

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

35 en I n KU, o j l 05 n H ? i.. CO ft 20 ft ft m. r ". . 1 r o & & TO 3 o o -t tpNt Ml"" -.rv f J ,--. l"S e- o- T , ." 'r if I Make Your Dollars Have More CentsTi BrBTw B B B ilR m m K A b BBk m k H H HH B Mr. Brown who has re- sided in Bartlett for many years is" behind this sale with a guarantee of abso- lute satisfaction. I. L. Brown Sale Prop. HL IB Absolutely no fake repre- sentation. I am prepared to back upany statement that 1 make. i i B rown Manager BARTLETT, TEXAS Sale Ever Held In Central Texas, The Most Gig W - - '7 HHBMVWBM Abso ute v INdKeSararw This Stork at a Low Price Consisting of Seasonable Goods In W - ' . Most All Business -y v. Ranknmtrv and You Get the Benefit ot it. Deals Occur During an Off Season of the Year and the Man Who Gets His Money Only in the Fall is Not Usually in a . Position to Take Advantage of the Low Prices that Follow. v Thi s al Plac on th arket When H s M . Cotton is bringing a good price and now is the time to buy your yearly sup...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 8 September 1916

MatmnaammmrnmBmammmmam lOklUl. . "'Hji"lJJ'l ''111IL-IJ 555S555C liiU'iiili'Ji'j'ii'iii'iiii,', Sfl! Wfflk .,..:., .'..l.,. ,i..,. lU-L-. J MMMNAaMMMMHI MrMMIMlk SKMItf COALI !?' n1,1,'.. COAL! .... V V 1 J Eti Kf. i. SCHOOL OPENS MONDAY MORN - And again we will handle all the textbooks that will be used, to- gether with pens, pencils,, tablets and all the necessities required in the school room. All Books Must BeSold For Strictly CAS.H I jeatkerman AJrug CjO. ... LOCAL GOSSIP ' ,Mrs. T. E. Fowler and daugh- ' -ytw, Miss Gene Fowler, visited in Taylor this week, Misses Sarah and Emma Laugh- er Mn have returned . home from a "t Jttoit to Stamford and Kemp. Justremember Lawrence Bros -when youneed coal oil, only 10c r gallon. nMiss Anice Jenkins returned to her home in Sealy Saturday. Good cabbage is one of our r specialities. Buy Jiere and , jet k fresh and sweet. The ficrsbach-Wacker Co. ' Mies Mary Rhodes of this city IMS been elected as a teacher in the Rockdale school, and left M...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 8 September 1916

"' ' kT w . v, if ft!, . " ri -y ? H ' I'V It. hfc -i -'' - y 4 fi "Sfl I"! & D tfl H J&: ! W ''' ' i n j ' 5HK!5 COTTON MAY GO TO 20 CENTS Secretary Hester of .the Now Orleans Cotton Exchange, in his nnual report, Bays The Pro- gressive farmer, shows the Tffprld consumption of American cotton durinj?.tne year1 just end- ck to hav6 been 14.812.000 bales, 'including lihtcrs, which breaks ail previous records. In other wortfs, despite the great world ' Wa$, the world has this year tak- tr more Sberican cotton than ver before in its history. While we prodnced last year, includ- ing linters, only a little more . 'than 12,000,000 bales' consump- tion amounted to nearly 15,000- 100. - On top, of this, the latest esti- ' mate of the United States De- partment of Agriculture indicates a, crop this year between 13,- OOO.'OOO and 14,000,000 baTes. and unquestionably crop conditions have become worse rather than better since the Fovernment re- port was issued. The situation in a nutshe...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 8 September 1916

3 H " h i& to i a M i i i SSSBBS e" Tribune And NcwSn FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 8. 1916 EH53S985 W, M. Cehand, who lives a few ' Utoitas southwest of Bartlett, is a ry happy father to-day. Dur big the Galveston storm, like many others, he lost all of his arthly possessions, including his family wifo and two little sons, axed 3 and 5 years. After that awful disaster Mr. Cehand found auflicient evidence to convince him of the death of his compan ion, but nothing to show the do itruction of his children, and of ' course, this caused him to keep ' as dilligent search as possible lor them, when a few months ago he met a friend on the train, who was also a victim of the storm, each thinking the other had perished in the flood. After , discussing the affair at length, the friend told Mr. Cehand that he during his travels in Califor nia a few months prior, had met , a r young man in Sacramento named Cehand, and from the re- semblence, he believed him to be - his son. Mr. Cehand immedi- "" ately...

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