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

,rz S'i w- ' 9 ft' TOY 3V Ai . ''d .V VJ it mi ; fl M 17 ".tii ! d KS3R Br,- '. ,'tt- '? . y : Pfe STirr st & 1.' s ' j'V'i r v. TV !HTL Xiu'r. r, fc.i ,v " 0. I.' ' I!), i. 't h it I. St ' J.W l LOCALS mkTKRSONALS Miss Pansy Bozeman left this week for TempleTwhero she will teAch English In .the schools of that city. For Sale one. Shetland pony gentle for children to ride or drive. See Dr. Hicks. 'Miss Jessie Bozeman is attend- 'jing the institute in Belton this : tveek. k Wanted A Rood Bohemian speakingmarble agent to travel and sell for the Bartlett Marble and Granite Works. Mr. apd Mrs. Emmett Bridges of Temple were here this week visiting relatives. ; Fresh Bartlett pears, plums and grapes on ice at the Sani- tary Grocery. Edmund HeinBohn of Temple spent Sunday and Monday with his parents here., Messrs J. E. Miller and R, F. Shoemaker made a business trip to Hillsboro last Friday. Wojdon't claim to be the only ;, "pebble onthe beach" but we ' do claim we can do you as good c...

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

" iI r'A m a-CT YTTTrwirwammm tv Ml ".J11 m- WfrW. toAPf. n , LOCALS and PERSONALS mmmr w Iter. Martin Blair will preach t the First Baptist church next ftithjlaw mnminn Tliia kainry Kin K IhI Krmon in the city before he ' jNta to the Louisville Seminary Jar his third year of work. Our Falll and Winter samples for man's clothes are now ready for inspection at Pavel's. 0. L. Cowserc kindly remem- feted the "Old Reliable" this wfck. J' Mr.' Farmer: Sell yourcot- v'lon seed to Rowntree Bros., and get several dollars per ton more for them. See our price on bulletin board.-Rown-trce Bros. Mr. Claude C. Rhodes, son of fefr. and Mrs. J. G. Rhodes, who iaited here last summer has been recently elected to professor ef Chemistry and German in the High School of Anderson, lnd. His many friends here are glad to learn of his recent promotion, , ?Just phone 285 when you have a suit to be cleaned and pressed. , We will do the rest H. L. Per- kins. n Miss Inez Bell returned home Tuesday from a most...

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

t ' ,; . H M ') u f I- a W. f M s r e. i l , 11 v ' i I M. TAYLOR'S CASE SENT TO SflN ANTONIO & -4 p, . Georpcetdwji, Texas, Sept. 4. Tee case of Dr. Ed Taylor, charg- ( ed with killing Eugene Burleson neariAustin last year,' was call ed in the criminal district court heretoday, and Judge A. S. Fisher changed the venue of the qase to San Antonio. Dr. Taylor was trie'd here last January, re- sulting in .mistrial. Several - weeks after tlift trial the body of "Burftson was exhumed in this vcounty a few miles east of Aus- tin in the presence of Drs. Joe "Wooten, Frank McLaughlin and Jack Spott of Austin, Dr. Mc- Caleb of Webberville and J. F. Taulbee of Georgetown. The case was set for trial at tfie May term of court, but was continued, x Eugene Burleson was a cousin of Postmaster General Albert S. Burleson. , Married Sixty-four Years Cameron, Texas, Sept. 3. Mr. and Mes. Wt. J. McCall of Cam- eron celebrated their sixty-fourth wedding anniversary yesterday at the home of their 'da...

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

3K l- 4 THURSDAY SEPTEMBER f 4 VJ OPEN! JtS "3 Alp v G& ?1 jSr KG I G 1 ! '" . ' - .-v -c 0 II ' 8 X lW'. .. HI R K " " if x ll,M f ' f ' MM n i for -w Ek . " rf"- - w fc R. fc .1-, J y .. fl f0. We Swing into the Fall Season Better Pre-. pared Than Ever Before to 'Meet . , , the Wants of Our Patrons. We will show all the Latest, Correct "Autumn Ideas" throughout our entire establishment. One of our "ideas" that qaality shall always be the best. Another "idea" we have is, that noustomer shall leave our store with goods that arenot satisfactory. That we shall not overcharge, bui give a fair price to those that give us their confidence, is another one of our "ideas." We shall be pleased to have you visit us on this date. Dress Trimmings This season is going to big on trim- mings and buttons and we are well' prepared to take care of your wants. Fur trimmings are here in a un- limited supply, in all-colors and widths." $1.00 White black, and brown Fur Trimmings in all widths. Priced...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 15 September 1916

RS tatf&W $ affn. i 'H" 'el -VJLir k ,1. -' T Ki r r f, W' A iJ utiiyf '" ' f , Vs. 'J i. r Mut SMbtitte Kr, y' u AND NEWS R.F. CATES, Editor and Proprietor BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TJJX AS, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 15, 1916. $1.00 Year. VOL. XXXI. No. 16 1M1 My 1. 4 Cat i9 ft ft fli""1 ii ! s i, b.'K .''. It- L -i M .i U. l? it I w School Opened Monday-- Flattering Prospects. Bartlett Public School ppencd Monday morning with bright prospects. All the teachers and officials were present, alBO quite a number of patrons were there 1 with words of encouragement 'for those entering upon the year "of school work. The enrollment is now oyer 400, with an increase of about 20 per cent over last year in the J3igh School department, there being several in attendance from other places. Superintendent Moore and Principal Preddy, as well as the able corps of assistants, are very sanguine over the prospects for one of the most successful terms of school in the history of Bart- lett. Let every ci...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 15 September 1916

H v-' 'AT W. u U ' .. O t$mmmmi?mmm IT The Tribune And News .FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15 1916 Bartlett is on the National Highway, and also on the u'High Road" to prosperity. Gome and be with us. Ifa man is the real thing he ultimately succeeds, no matter what difficulties he may meet on the way. Ernest Hendrick marketed a record bale of cotton at Rogers p0 last Friday. The bale weicrhed 714 pounds and spld lor $iau.7U including the seed difference. The Bell County fair catalog is '( now off the press. It contains a premium list which is very cred- itable to the management. The fair will be open the first week of October. ' !'. 'wThe Tribune is in receipt of iyV61. 1, No. 1 of the Lamesa '' Leader, under the ownership of ' "Bibt, E. Downey, who is a good newspaper man. and a valuable adjunct to any town, The Trib- S7 une wishes him success. The resignation of Miss Kate Henley as director of Girls Can- ning and Sewing Clubs in Bell County has been tendered in order that she may accept an ap...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 15 September 1916

WiMW.'Hr.JVV ,f .-,' 77 n Hi i' tf-' WfT'CT ' t ,!" ' tfgw -. ', nin Try y recce h ',. Mr..tidl ,Mta. Tj C Farmer re- iptnrned yesterday from a tv?o- Wottthg visfttb their old homo in ltnrieMee, and report a most m plant time. M?., Farmer requests the Trib- 2iiiii. to say tht he is feeling the IU""btt'ta the world" nnd rnndv 'to.llure on any kind of painting rfc."5 "'is , L . i . j tt ft.'vjHra.THjpor nanging uesirea. no Mi ;M supplied with all the latest Ambles, and knows how to do 'tWjnrprk. bee him. m,'. ,. ?, i?!a V ',. lftuman fAnntu Tlf i IMV A VVUUW UMHJ rrweu, lex.. Sept. y.To- locat option election in ts ". i i :i "'?""., Ttt lW 1T L 1? .. 1. . .1 . r fanner uouniy gave tne anus 18 u V' 1," . I ! ,and fine pros 126. - J i-v Rtady to lelnWorK on Marlln-Temple Road Marlin, Texas, Sept. 7. -With fitting ceremonies, the first ac- tual work on the Marlin-Temple intcrurban line will bo begun Friday mornino: when the corner stone of the Bridge to be erected across the Brazos at th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 15 September 1916

Schwtrtitr Nf ws ."-m:'tw- -" and Mrs. Earl White and accompanied by Miss Gnsgby were the guests of and Mrs. McCarver Sunday. r. Ollie Humble of Bartlett out to see friends Sunday. ir. ana Mrs. Henry uiemons PM$e visitors here Sunday. iiM Willie Southwortti was tW'guest of friends in Bartlett NMfcday. Millie Robertson attended Sun- r4a,achool here Sunday. Mrs. Ji B. Goode and Misses JPwiine Williams and Clara Mc- ?!&Mf"rr were Bartlett visitors riay. Iftessrs John Stone, Wallace Krilow and Orlen Jackson were p, rafager visitors Friday. - ' Vfalter Stovall and family have atoved to Jarrell. : Mr. Joe Knight was here Mon- Mas Daisy Partlow was in our wMt Friday night -' mm Rubv Stone visited the 'laof ey's Saturday. . ' 1 1 . i Urn. everyone come out to sun- Ldayl.iKhool at 10:30 a. m. and try ' mdibe on time. Wild Kose. Gsatcfc Item. All the farmers are now very busy gathering their cotton, and are delighted with the price so far. Mrs.tJeff Gdodnight who for the past three" w&...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 15 September 1916

i' 'J m LI ii i,f sv. a Lawrence Bros. ft nv -Hi - II 'v ' II ' 'ft. I SMSsSSHIr- mTf'wP YOU CAN BEST "READ" THE LATEST FASHIONS RIGHT JM OUR STORE. OUR COUNTERS, SHELVES AND SHOW CASES ARE FAIRLY ABLAZE WITH NEW FALL GOODS IN GLORIOUS GOLDEN COLORS. AND RICH AUTUiYl SHADES. COME IN OUR ADS ARE ONLY TO TELL YQU WHEN WE HAVE NEW THINGS IN OUR STORE. - -YOU MUST 5EE THESE GOODS TO APPRECIATE THE QUALITY AND THE EXCEPTIONAL VALUES WE, GIVE OUR CUSTOMERS. r1 , Dress Trimmings This season is going to big on trim- mings arid buttons and we are well- prepared to t&ke eare of your wants. Fur trimmings aig here in a un- limited supply, in all colors and widths. White black, and brown Fur Trimmings in" fill h l nrt Widths. Priced 50c, 76c and ,.Q) .UU White with black and black with white Fur Trim'-- 7Cn mings. Priced ,., OC Pon Pons in white and black for suits. Priced ,,15c Mink Heads In white and black for suits. Priced 25c each Buttons BUTTONS arc going to be good and you will find he...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 15 September 1916

K K ! The Tribune Arid News If- FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15 1916 ' With paved streets now as sured, a fine hieh school building and city hall in contemplation, "M will only need a fine brick ho- ' tel to complete the list for Bart-lett. . Governor James E. Ferguson .. j-:4..i rki nit. K,v aw ueuiKnuicu ucuiuer vm as "FirePrevention Day." There were 13,000 fires in Texas dur- ing the past year, with an ag- gregate loss of $16,000,000, 79 per cent of which was preventable. & The Ham-Ramsey outfit is going to hold abiggather-in-the-coin rally in Austin, after which there will be the customary pro- hibition election and no end of estrangement between neighbors and friends. AD in the name of Jesus Christ of Bethlehem!-Cor-pus Christi Caller. Standing in Trade Extension Contest, Below is the standing of the contestants in Leslie's Trade Ex- tention Campaign for the week ending, Sept. 13: 1st) 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th 11th 12th 13th 14th 15th 16th 16th 17th 17th 18th Contestant No...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 15 September 1916

-J sjs I i" ' u. '' , ' k- r ife- 8'. - 1 W. w - if' mi m ,? w k I' h i 'Wiil ju .-j '!", m, '. .ussa LOCALS and PERSONALS Miss EHith Boll departed last i night for Denton where she will enter, C, I. A, for the year. LR6y Lindemann, Loyd Clark and Roger White expect to leave the first of the week for College Station where they will enter A. I &M. for the year. r. -, , . . .... . . JDVuryuuuy la uniting uuuui that Bankrupt Sale. (Are you wise? Investigate. The" biggest bargains ever offered in Bartlett. Rev. Martin Blair left this week for Florida, from thence to I 'Louisville. Ky., to resume his , duties in the seminary. '" ) "I have a good Jersey register- ' ed male at my feed yard, fee $2 cash with return nrivueees. J. i T,M Izard, , D. Zweig was in Georgetown Tuesday. Get mv price on your fall suit before you buy. It pays. H. If. r Perkins. " W. W. Walton accompanied by liio' rrtnf Viar iirao n Wnn xnaifrni. ' this week. Rom. to Mr. nnd Mrs. Dnvfi V "Dabbs, a boy. . New suit ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 15 September 1916

-1 "V'w ifA;!? WW, a a ., "1 B-'. - ' w tf, ' i k,VJk Jt,." 1 IW ;V-v v -,. x ' I. 0 B 9 .7 t&.. Washing Call at our Drug Store and let us explain to you the ad- vantage of this new method of washing. Nothing like this has ever been put on the market before. Come. see. JLeatkerman LOCAL GOSSIP Mayor Stanton Allen made a t business trip to Georgetown Mon- , day. Just remember Lawrence Bros I when you need coal oil, only 10c -'per gallon. 1 " . SAttorney Woqdpf Granger was here Monday" on business.! If it's to eat, Rowntree Bros. Jjave it. Hy Moore of Temple spent Sunday here with Mr. land Mrs, Joe Knight, YvTrknT in frnnoif a onr nf 9A E, .'V i players, the prettiest 'line ever fL '"''!:, 'shown in Central Texas. Don't Bf'. - 'i Minn Vim stlnst tr sv4- fr talk with us. W. G. Whitlow N. K. Smith .Jr., spent Sunday with his parents in Waco. Bring your butter, eggs and chickens to Rowntree Bros, and et a higher cash price for them. rj once and see. Milton Hair has charge of the West...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 15 September 1916

7M t' '4 irS)-v-'W7 f7f' - 1 ' , a lly 3 ft 1 Rf .. v, I WALTER NELSOM DIED SATURDAY ' Walter Nelson of Round Rock, ' one of the moat prominent cit'i- zns of the county, died Satur- day at a sanitarium in Temple, following operation for appendi- citis, from which he has been Buf- " firing for soma time. The operation was performed about 4i o'ur weeks ago. Mr. Nelson has hosts of friends in this community, which he has yisited .often. He is the brother of Tom Nelson, who for some . time was secretary to Congress- man J. P. feuchanan of this dis- trict, and is also brother to Carl .Nelson. He was also a brother of Mrs. M. L. White and Mrs. , C, N. Avery of Austin. The county can ill afford to lose such prominent citizen as Mr. Nelson, and his deatn comos , as a distinct shock to his friends, many of whom were not acquaint- ed with the fact that Mr. Nel- son was seriously ill. He was .generally admired for his many ' splendid virtues, an admirable 'business man and interested in the .d...

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

vrrmfPK ' v-tnrc!M r n'vrr r":, ru(. If :'V '! ' ' I .1 '' n' n - 1 J , 5 '. t' rs ri -s. &' w vT V W L h h r ft m Echo Meeting and Workers Conference In the First Presbyterian Church next Friday 8 p. m. there will be held an Echo meeting of the County Convention just held at Temple, and a Worker's Con- ference of all the S. S. workers of the city, and everybody is in- yited to attend and tako part. ,It is expected that no one will speak longer than five minutes and many less than one. Thoughts, impressions and in- spiration from the convention will be given in few words. Each speaker will naturally con- fine himself to that part of the work in which he is most inter- ested. While everybody is ex- pected to be ready to contribute a good that the following have been asked to lead out: Hand shaking Bro. Ellv. The Sup't Bro. C. C. Bailey, Vacation Day Bro. McCollough, The Adult Class, Mrs.T. E. Jones, Young Ladies' ClaBS Mrs. V. P. Blair, The Ten Age Bro. McCarty, Boys Bro Paisley,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 22 September 1916

.vVIV,." 4i5'; aMJ sj . ' U " i ' t k t" AND NEWS ,7t fc.CATES, Editor and Proprietor BARTLETT. WILLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 22, 1916. $1.00 Year. VOL. XXXI. No. IT TIME NEWS- PAPER MAN DIES FAST MAIL TRAIN KILLS HOLLAND MAN FLEWELLEN CASE . IS CONTINUED 50,000 OR 60,000 BALES IN BELL Belton, Texas Sept. 16. R. Js ? Iff&brgetbwn, Texas, Sept. 19. iP. T. Roch died at his Pftftfkte in Georgetown at 3 p. m. ly after an illness of several : flffcd 73. The interment UMift J 1 nlnAn nMnMwnnr nf A III IBItu pirn-i: lumuiiun on fj. from the Episcopal lurch. Btshop Kinsolvmg and ftBeyv Mr. Williams of Austin will fct Officiate. He leaves a widow mod niece, Miss Smither, whom J -ihey reared. Colonel Roche was f'hbgti and educated in Virginia r.tfcd.had lived in Texas forty-two Jraars. He volunteered in the ll&federate army of Virginia in Jl when he was 17 years old, in McLaw's and Pickett's " r. - ifision of Longstreet's corps, ty of Northern Virginia. He iaa'wounded ne...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 22 September 1916

,y M t 1,1 J 11 T" u Is Wb M iV he T h,: n.- i , - tL The Tribune And News FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22 1916 iJome men will touch jou for a half dollar and then kick because a the coih is a little bit smooth. When a man says that he came out "about even" after a day at races or a night at poker you can bet that he is loser. No, Oswald. Married women do not spend all their time in buying things. They spend part of it in taking things back and having them exchanged. The question is not so much what kind of a family tree you put together by going back and lining up your ancestors, as whether you are able to go out and gather any grapes from own vineyard. Ex Mrs. Lucy Kidd-Key died at her home in Sherman last Wed- nesday night. Mrs. Key was the wife of Bishop Key of the Metho- dist church. She was the found- er of the North Texas Female College, one of the largest girl schools in the state. If vou are wallowing in gold, and don't like theNbanks, and can't find anything to suit you at the stores...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 22 September 1916

I If. ft Krrj T : rtWJ ' V ,'i? X Hf t if y K ' l-? it ; !? , yr ll'iii!' X MANY TRACTORS FOR STATE FAIR ; FARM IMPLEMENTS TO FEATUREJ916 D1SPLVY tJIIS EXHIBIT LARGEST EVER SHOWN, When the great Staio Fair of Tex- M opens at Dallas October 14, the largest and most valuable colloctior 4f Farni Implements, Vehicles and Machinery that the South over Baw will bo rondy for the public. , A recent announcement from tht ,fflco of Secretnry W. H. Stratton, ol tho Fair Association, states that ne- gotiations for space have bcn con eluded with a largo majority of th Country's best manufacturers in those lines, and that tho demands for rep resentation will undoubtedly fill the available space to overflowing, not- withstanding the fact that more thar ten ncres of ground spaco have beer reserved. An interesting part of th'i great exhibit, particularly to the farmci who believes in progressive method! in agriculture, will be the great num- ber of now devices shown. During the past year many improv...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 22 September 1916

rv V ' .'.'. V ' K- &; ka L , 1 , f Hi inn i i ii ii viii mil HARVEST TIME Is here and the PROGRESSIVE-UP-TO-DATE FARMER teels the necessity of co-operating with a good bank. We earnestly solicit the accounts of farmers at this busy time, and the Courtesies of our institution are especialy ex- tended to them at all seasons of the year. Put your hard-earned money in our bank, whereilit is protected by the Guaranty Fund System. Barlett State Bank First Baptist Church. j fAll over the SouthlandlJthis is 'Go to Sunday School Day" and a great day is expected. Theme for the day. "Jesus A State Mis- sionary." Key word Loyalty' Motto Our State for Jesus. A special program has been prepased by our Sunday School board and sent free to all our schools. A special offering will , eb taken in the Sunday schools "ior State -Mission. This is also promotion day in the school. Be , sure to be in your place. Bible school at 10 a. m. Every member of the chnrcn and school re urged to be present. Pra...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 22 September 1916

C r COTKHI PRICES AND ... CONDITIONS GOOD Austin, Texas, Sept, 16. The '(. ' dAt d? nartment of agriculture . lfc fMwtnne' itnmnrAhflnnivA1 rnt. illOB, reports weekly from 100 j ua. . xons representing every por tion of the cotton growing area tTexRS. Tor the week ending ; jflbptember 15 the weather every- ' "Hrliere is reported good, the few howers and cooler weather at lie close being a help rather than y If hindrance to the gathering of 'u j&crop. .' PVtA risA iiniino fiAm 11 nanfa ij' . ' aiio JJJHV.O ruuuQ iiuiu o.-x it;iii.a. ?v to lo iS! .cents per pound, uot- St ' win fipflri no a nt: from SH7 nnr tnn . ( '$45 per ton. Price paid for picking varies from 50 cents to n..ii per hundred. The yield per , iicre varies considerably. One town reports a few fields as mak- . fng three-fourths bale per acre 5?ith the average as one-third ' balelier acre. One coust county A&jyn reports a yield of 1-10 bale v per acre. '', Some towns are paying reg- t ularly an average of one-hal...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 22 September 1916

' '5 f. H fl . 1 r,vfr y n ft ho Trihunp ub n rw mm ' And News E? FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 22 1916 'There were 19,494 bales of cotton ginned in Wijliamson county, counting round bales as Halt prior to Sept. 1, 1916, as compared with 12,001 bales in 1915. The Fall and Winter Style dis- play by the Bartlett merchants last week was a most creditable affair, and as a result, many out- of town sales have been made this week. Come to Bartlett, and you'll never regret it. Manager F. C. Weinert of the State Warehouse and Marketing Department expressed the opin- ion that the prediction that cot- ton would go to 18c in Texas is a good one. Reports received by him by field agents of the depart- ment indicate that there will be ' no top crop in South Texas, which, Manager Weinert says, ' means higher price for cotton. In an opinion rendered to Huling P. Robertson Jr. of Bell County, the Attorney General's Department held that all persons -who sell a gallon or less of in- toxicating liquors are retail ...

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