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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 27 October 1916

' 47 1 " li ? l,1imml ml S" AND NEWS ?u ; Bss hSBSwu I &. P. CATES, Editor and Proprietor BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY. OCTOBER 27, I916. $1.00 Year. VOL. XXXI. No. & J - & 'i- u t a a ' -w Ik - y 5L ' K. tf" II. E. Divgherty .Dies , At Corpus Christi. .This community was creatly ifcocked to leapn qf t.ie sudden tWftth of H. E., Daugherty, which "occurred last Saturday morning f Omd''8 Christi. He was tound iinhiB office, coiu Jn deah' with a'gun-shot wound itt Hi .No further information hfls mm obtained concerning the sad affair The funeral took place Monday .morning at 10:30 from the resi dence of Mrs. Daugherty's phr-j nts, Mr, and Mrs. 0. T. Cooley, ?1401 South Eleventh street, Waco 3Rev?E. E. Ingram officiating. Jnvernient at FarK Lawn cem etery, surviving me aeceuaeu aru ms n" 'wife and two children: also'fatli . 'r and mother. Mr. and Mrs. W. VM, Daugherty of Bartlett; two "" brothers, W. M. Daugherty Jr., of Bartlett. and J. M. Daugherty ji' Burleso...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 27 October 1916

f .. I HSTO v , I Er' ' jT'r- . r w u 5 Vf 5 J . Kv rr-- ri Kfer H- jf he Tribune W.1 rUWU llCiTTO tDAY. OCTOBER 29, 1916 Th farmers dream of 18 cent eotton lias been realized. Now, ' what are we going to do with the , It is now in order for the prop- rtyowners on Clark street to t, busy beautifying the front- age to correspond with the paved fcreet. Civic attractiveness is Isliejdea. ' - iFrost wasplentiful in this eec- ' tkn last Friday morning. The thermometer stood at about 32 degrees an hour after daybreak. 6 material damage resulted from the coming of the cold. ,. , Cotton is well picked, probably 1 75 per cent or more being safely in bales, The alleys, or back streets in rthe business section of Bartlett are a menace to the city's public health. The stench that one whiffs is sufficient to knock out a big hefty man. Visitors in the town are surprised and shocked. The .city authorities should force ' cleanliness, where it is unheeded. Some local prohibitionists would have the w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 27 October 1916

toC St.i r-.: t Mi' 'Ar , g ill iy i JF32 Lwi sh 17 m Your Own Personal Safety . -: " " .ft " - ifyB ,. I '3$ ; to m .1 . :jT . r. .to - ,'? ; .'.? ::: i.' $? m w W 33 f" . ! tf 'ft r ?r tk W, ,v. L0 J 1f"2 , - n t I! - a el, E- ., ' Hi YOUR duty to others de- mands that you , put your money in the Guaranty . Fund Bank where it is absolutely safe. Barlett State Bank Copyright Hart ScIiafiner&Mux Notice to Ice Patrons It is our desire to give all of our custocers full and honest weight at our plant or off the wagon, and we will appreciate your kindness to call us up and report same to our office; Let's make the ice business Mutual. Battled Ice & Gin Co. Phone No. 273 BARBECUED MEAT Home made Chili Blocks Corn Beef (home made) Sausage of all kinds AT THE . PARLOR MEAT MARKET The great campaign is on. Whom are you for? William Fox Preaent8 Bertha Kalich In SLANDER" A modern Society Photodrama that every Woman should see and every Man should study. At the Crescent Theater, Sat- ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 27 October 1916

a t V .. - - "i, 'i a . "VI " !' Jn iv'v w ft ito O ' .' I m. ! The Season's Newest Styles in Millinery Are Here i The most wanted patterns in both shape and colorings are included in our extensive assortment of fine Millinery. We extend you a cordial Invitation to call for an iuspect- ion that does not carry with it the least sign of an obliga- tion to buy. MRS. G. P. HAWKINS AT F. H. LESLIE'S STORE METHODIST DINNER GIVEN TO-MORROW T ""Tfch.. " On to-morrow (Saturday) the ladies of the Methodist church -will give a good, old-fashioned dinner in. the building next door to the postoffice. They invite you. to come. Sunday Wedding Methodist Church. On last Sunday evening, in the parlor of the Hotel Barnett, Miss Clayton Bobo was united in marriage to Mr. Daye Dabbs, Bov.y J C. Rhodes, pastor of; the ITk't&'Baptiat church, officiating. u The bride is a one of Bartlett's ' Reserving young ladies, and for some time has held a responsible position with the Southwestern Telephone Compan...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 27 October 1916

mmmmMmmmmmmm$m 'TTWtXV' ' (, , T t :V . Jtw - . ' 1. II .ft fc ' . ' ' Ml t . j u 1 o it . " D .&: .. tte-f'. W'JV SI'TTJ. TA4, v". I?' ,.n t .. ,-$-- Fourth ' In Cotton Yield. Ming to the cotton bul- by the department commerce, 4i,aai Dales or cot ton had been ginned in Bell cOun- LAvr WAatvanT nrovinlia in fipntnm. iMSMr' lelnlirssucd ' of ry"-- ""' -".""" ' ---" n br 25, .against 25,2'J3 for the 'same time last season. It is es- . timated that up to now this has been increased beyond 60.000. We placed 70,000 as the mini- mum at the opening ot the seas- ;'; son, and we do not believe that we will miss it very far.' There 4 is no'doubt but wliat the average '' at the close of the season will amount to $100 per bale for cot- "' , ton and seed, which will make a grand total of seven million dol- lars' for the crop of the connty. --This has put the farmers in mighty fine shape. 'There is no doubt about the boll 'weevil being here in great quanities, but the farmers never .were in ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 27 October 1916

WTti rewav 1 rri.Tni i r 3 G. ' .' .J". , i "W t L T ""W.. -(V .L". J f i rwi ( 5' .1 -J" - - ,' - v.. . ,Mwwiw,!8rit' , - " raiawsr,w:fl;isw. i '-t - - jt'- sraM 'i i mmiiin ,'wi i iiiiiiiWinitti Jf'ill he Tribune And News , IDAY. OCTOBER 27, 1916 f Saver 1 cases of diptlieria arc td in Bartlett and vicinity. b this does not indicate the $n$d of panicky action on the part of parents, it does indicate that intelligent caution should be exercised by parents, children wad school authorities. Accord- ft to medical authority, about one out of every 100 healthy peo- f lL pie is a carrier of the diptheria 'If . . ,n ... H germ, uucoi evoa cultures re cently made by the United States public health bureau from over 4000 throats about 1 per cent were found to be carriers of the disease germ. This 1 per cent i are called "healty carriers" and ' the danger of contagion is from these healty persons. Health of- 1 ficers advise that it is of the greatest importance for parents to notice the least...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 27 October 1916

' W"'' ' ". i '.: '' u WW - PERSONALS , M'r Lillian Benson was fwht home tl3 week from 7 circle, where she recently un .' I I. IUBwotamA- m HHArtAnnftll tmn . rv ruiii'H auuttafiui ujciuiiuiit jJTljpmpson. wil( buy your &;. . "H irir m " v; v I A&ftt J fr'Wd; (1 f i 3M71 6 EHK2EI? 'Carl McGlothlin one of our in- dustrious ,Voung farmers, is among those who remembered the paper this week. When better cleaning and pressing ia done, we will do it, try us. Perkins, the Tailor. Mr. Wes Taylor, accompanied Hftn and pay you the top! by Mr. Dave Davjs, waB in town m ji pHW, See him. Dr,, Vol Reed of Holland was -'among the visitors to Bartlptt . this wk. -' Men's work shoes $2 up to ' .$4 at Walton Dry Goods Co. Mr. and Mrs, L. L. Johnson, ''of Rogers were Bartlett visitors "Wednesday. Mr. Johnson is a 5. , , prominent merchant of Rogers. ' 'Lawrence Bros have employed an .experienced cake baker from Dallas, so phono in your orders , for cakes'and pies. W. -B. Denson of Granger was ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 27 October 1916

HPli - : ::. L- ,. '.Si'.' 1."' ,.' r. Kfi ' - .1 I' 'ill ' ' " HEW . , " , - HS' ff "' ...,f. . -. , - - -.-.---, T--,,...,l.J.;...TA.r,. I eveREVDy 1300 Uf l t '' FV a KAMB $3,000 '. is the cash prize offered for a new word. This inter- ' esting offer is made by the manufacturers of the famous EVEREADY lights. We are local headquarters for this $3,000 prize offer. Come in and get a free Contest Blank it tells the , whola story. Come now. JLeath r . n - erman urug iO. Bertlett, Texas Vf LOCAL GOSSIP " Mr. and Mrs. 0. E. Faubion visited relatives at Leander Sun- . 'day. Al H Wilcrm will nnnpnr fit. W-.L . . " '.' rr- ' ' f the opera house in Taylor. Wed nesday night. Nov. 1, in My Killarney Rose." II'' Mr. T. . .1. McCnv who lives near town is among those who remembered the Tribune this ' week. To those indebted to us please ,, make, prompt settlement, we w. need our money. ' - Drs. Harlan & Blair County Clerk McMurray and "iiMr. Elmer Snyder a prominent kk ' uuu aim iuan aKeuu ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 27 October 1916

rt'j. V I r ' ft ' i Uj jj; 'if-'" h k A. , a & FARM , Will vour land notes pay you to see us. We take up and extend 'in Texas. We buy Vendor's Lien Notes. We make loans for 5, 7 or 10 years at lowest rates of interest, giving liberal prepayment options. We loan more money per acre than any other companies. We will close your loan now and start our in- terest when your present notes are due. t" ,We are home people. 16 years in business in -.Temple. All loans inspected and closed right from our office- the quickest of service given. No loans too large for us to handle; the larger the better. You don't have to come to see us phone or write us and we will come to see you. . R. O. CULP & COMPANY Insurance, Real Estate, Rentals and Loans TEMPLE, TEXAS Ferguson Tenancy Law Being Closely Contested. ' Guero, Texas, Oct. For the last four days a very interestinu suit has occupied the attention x Jof 4the county court and the legal 'talent of this section. A suit for land rent, in whi...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 27 October 1916

1 . a J :W Illl M f " t - .VH.t.;. - frz : ; : Z !) I I 15 DAYS OF RARE " I OPPORTUNITIES II I 'I SPECIAL SALE 15 DAYS OF UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITIES J WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER THE 1 ST THE BIG SAINT LOUIS STORE Despite the enormous ADVANCE and SCARCITY of Merchandise. We were fortunate in receiving our early FALL and WINTER purchases. vfcrtw r H k P .MHk. B MB BH BH 1 'h H 1 Contracted with the most reliable, largest Eastern Manufacturers at NORMAL. PRICES. ; "THTTTH" )fi , ) The Big St. Louis Store Don't seem to Ka.ve at scarcity of Merchandise. Our stock this vear irv LADIES CO AT I SUITS. COATS. DRESSES and SKIRTS. LADI&S' BOOTS, MEN'S and BOYS I Q&OTHING, MENS and BOYS SHOES and FURNISHINGS is undoubtly the largest ever f seen in inis country. The prices of cotton cheunged. But we will not change our motto in doing business. OUR. MOTTOJew High Grade Merchandise at Old Prices. ?! a. m Example of the Values You Can Obtain During-the 1 5 Days Sale ,lste&s z ICApPM-- t Ladies Boot...

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

'"tjffiXRTOOTunn S. - " ' ', , 1V - n AND NEWS If. CATES, Editor and Proprietor BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 31916. $1.00 Year. VOL. XXXI. No 23 m BarlMf S ff i h p v Wedding' Anniversary. ,i yn uie jui uay ui vci. nir. ind Mrs. J. P. Looney celebrat- ,k.jL u..! m...i.. skl s U men j. wuiuy-iuiii murriuKt; anniversary at their home near ubviiir wnicn was a most enjoy able occasion: many cards were ", 'fnfc put, and quite a number of jrueats were present, among whom, were, aeyeral who were Urgent, at, their marriage. Rev. W. P. Brinson, who o!Ticia'ted at their marriaire,' was hindered by uftttH&i&ble circumstances and thijf failed to be there. Mr, and Mrs. Looney are among our best r.JjCitisens. and the high esteem in .h which thev are held was mam- u putted by theniccsilver presents ?V 'TUaAnmi ntnn fnof tf.illi. Ann Orif.. the dinner bountiful and sumptuous. The table was Wutifiilly decorated with a larse cut glass bowl filled with Choice flowers, i...

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

SM . ."';, d" " U ,J ri 69 & ' .. 1 v ' ifi. w' P: . ' C - J! , SJ h Rr. n fc. J. j M,. f.1 , fiy r" fok m n V 0' Lr' The Tribune And News DAY, NOVEBER 8. 1916 tton seed sold ,at $60 per ton taLittle Rock last week and 400 .tons of it went at that price. Get your seed while there is yet time; We hope that the auto speedist who runs over any one will have the courtesy to stop and investi- gate how badly injured is his victim. One day last week nineteen automobile licenses were issued by County Clerk McMurray of Georgetown. There is only one salvation for the county, and that is the factories cannot turn out Ihp machines fast enough to get the "coin." If a person intends going to hell it is advisable to get an early start. Many of those be- lieved to be headed in that di- rection were given an early start otherwise, later on they might weaken and decide that they do not want what they will get for the price they will pay. By get- ting an early start one may ac- quire habits that w...

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

raf' v; ". r i m U J " li "' tr B . 5- V !: (A :-u. J i" . Hi 1, i&S iH& , M A 'if''. ' ft , Vlatit KunJav v ..,, School Campaign. Pecan Items ' A forward campaign in all de- partments of the Sunday school was' planned Saturday by the executive committee of the Tex- as Sunday School Association at i luncheon meeting at the Orient- al. Hotel. Dr. W. D. Bradfield, chairman, was instructed to ap- point committees to present de- tails for the campaign at another meeting. 4 On account of the size of the .propel the "Ship of Zion" State, five districts will be creat- ed with a general secretary in .charge of each district. They will be under the direction of W. N. WigginB, general secretary of tne State. There will be a key- ' .center in each district, probnbly at Houston, San Antonio, San Angelo, Amarillo and Dallas. Itallies will be be held first in these centers, then in the comi- ties in the district and finally in the precincts. An attempt will be made to double the membershi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 3 November 1916

f,H U V '$( ' 1 A o is- t ?? r :mj WW KB.. V l p; .v !') '0" H B. v.'Ft, ! lff X, . The Tribune And News FRIDAY. NOVEBER 8. 1916 Iiillowe'en was appropriately rved in Bartlett. No loss of i from friorht ronnrfpfl. . Remember that few men are as black ad they are painied, and few are as white as they are white-washed. Boost the Rood road to the cemetery. Let everybody be a booster, and help us make a suc- cess of this much needed im- provement. Wharton county will remain wet In the election held Mon day the pros were defeated, only one box, El Campo, giving them a majority. - i h Beaumont, Texas, Oct. 21. Jefferson County is to vote on . prohibition Tuesday, Nov. 21, at an election called on petitions presented by the antis. Planting Dav at the cemetery has been postponed until Thurs- day Nov. 16. Make your plans now about what you are going to plant. Don't wait until the 16 and then be so rushed you can't do anything. Pastor RusselTan Independent minister, and president of the Watch...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 3 November 1916

7tf?w it J r ' p.? t sa i v. &r. v to rP' b; iff RA Bt '- fe ' v ft W' k '? &-. It HP-l , 11 l?' IV mi i V it i-, ft ' -Ji t ' ? " 9 W, IBH !'. ivf i ." Cf Hf - ft!.' vi SV. ISKI .' ,B K.I K' f B ft? IT SBfrvwf ftrf TO ' M L P LOCALS and PERSONALS Mr. Miller, of the Bartlett Monument Works, reports that be has erected nine monuments during the week. Wanted One first class, well equipped white farm tenant, to work my farm near Alice. Jim Wells county, Texas. F. L. Briehan. Capt. Ed Ford wa3 on the sick list this week. For good cleaning and pressing phone 2-8-5. All work promptly and properly done. Try us, Per- kins, the Tailor. L. Hayelka, proprietor of the Parlor Bar, has installed new and strictly uptodate fixtures in his place of business. Posted My farm land on the Donahoe. No hunting allowed, -G. Voigt Sr. W. M, Cehand left Wednesday night for Oklahoma where he goes on business for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Talbot ac- companied by Mr. and Mrs. Dug Stockton of Oenavill...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 3 November 1916

:r.yni tc. f SuVC J' o t- ; t, , ' 1 ... n 'p. &v. iiV"' a li'-S ff v TfcSf evEREABv offers flbBl 'I "- IT T70. k. W m k. H f x a jwiiriJi $3,000 is the cash prize offered for a new word. This inter- esting offer is made by the manufacturers of the famous EVEREADY lights. We are local headquarters for this $3,000 prize offer. I1 Come in and get a free Contest Blank it tells the whola story. Come now. L eatnerman l Jruo Bertlett, Texas Drug Co. LOCAL GOSSIP Bom, to Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Messer, a boy. To those indebted to us please make prompt settlement, we need our money. Drs. Harlan & Blair ' Mrs. Henry Messer has been on thefsick list the past week. For sale three young jersey cows all fresh. See Dr. Hicks. EdjBennett of Temple was here Friday an business. W.fH.lNunnery of Little Kiver wasShereJSaturday on business. Mr. Nunnery formerly lived near ..Bartlett. t Spiced Herring. Roll Mups. Russian Sardins, Pig Feet, Sau- sage, Brick and Cream Cheese at Nowotny's. W J. Brock o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 3 November 1916

- ro 13 O u .- f.MM. M . 15 DAYS OF RARE OPPORTUNITIES or Lv4L VLL 15 DAYS OF UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITIES ' NOW ON AT 1 4 J 1 ' TLIC mt SAINT TflDF Despite the enormous ADVANCE and SCARCITY of Merchandise. We were fortunate in receiving our early FALL and WINTER purchases. 3 Contracted with the most reliable, largest Eastern Manufacturers at NORMAL PRICES. The Big St Louis Store Don't seem to have l scaurcity of Merchandise. 0ir stock this yeaa in LADIES COAT SUITS. COATS. DR.ESSES aund SKIRTS. LADIES' BOOTS. MEN'S and BOYS CLOTHING. MENS and BOYS SHOES and FURNISHINGS is undoubtly the largest ever seen in this cointry. The prices of cotton changed. But we will not change ovir motto in doing business. OUR. MOTTO New High Grade Merchandise at Old Prices. Example of the Valises You Can Obtain Owing the 1 5 Days Sale Ladies Boots Patent vamp fancy black top. Lace or button $5 values at S3 45 Ladies gray and champasne boots $5 and $6 value at $3.95 Ladies pat vamp cloth top white sole 3.25 La...

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

'!. !' i mw&it,wmr''yj u r.i' h'Thju" . , j-w t. " J CI i ?... t' v.av; ,"arj'1 f ' i'1 u o tHP! .' , 1 .w . ' V ,.T ,'..'"' -V ' ' T. '- 'J c . ' n. " ' 'll fT o - r c- ..,., " V i, J ,r ; i . n C WBKCTWlWBS?Sr Alligator News, I Let all members of the auxi liary be present next Monday-, Mr. anfl Mrs. J. C. Pruett of ..IS . . . . . aviua;W.ere visitors Here sun- lay. Mrs. W. C. Rice was in Bart- lett shopping Monday. Mrs. T. P. Robinson and sons lof Bartlett were visitorr here inday. Mr; and Mrs. S. H. Skinner entertained quite a number of young people Saturday night. School opened Monday morn- ing'with. good attendance. Misses Gladys aud Violet Bush '0? 'Bartlett were in our midst Sunday. "Mrs; S. M. Messer was visit- l ink in Davilla Friday. Cotton is about all out in Ithis section. Galba. --j -, -.. kva Birthday Party. 'On last Tuesday afternoon from four to six o'clock, the lit ;;tfejfriends of Little Miss Imo- gene Heide gathered at her home ' in'honor of her eighth birthda...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 10 November 1916

fm '.? ."MM6P.A,!.!. S2 :yrMW ) $m & .' , ' I ',;( -' '7- -'h. ; utxU ffS Vi m-r '& M . AND NEWS .V3 LF, DATES, Editor and Proprietor BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 10 1916. $1.00 Year, VOL. XXXI. No. 24 HE WINNE . :".P YET KNOWN'''! NOT if I u ST. PAUL, Minn., Nov. 9 Returns for President from 2,397 Precincts in Min- nesota give Wilson 155,679; Hughes 154,867. Wilson's plurality 812: Standing in trade ' - Extention Contest, .'BfeloVV is.tlie standing of the tiontMtants in Leslie'sTrade Ex- titto'Campaign for the week CM(qfi:., Nov. 1: M?t " , Contestant No 15 2nd . 1 S 71 85 3 16 123 100 , 38 41 133 .4 l-k 59 152 153 154 k&js :,- 'Sfr'.fr. "aoth.;-iith- -. 12th x, tf.th' i4th. : xm il6th .. Theoweekly silverware award 'was won by Miss Gladys' tloyd, jflfc.the. club member that held the largest amount of Special Ser- vice check; ' Theo, Armstrong Dead. W f V& Theo Armstrong a well known (, v;48d highly respected citizen of ' ,l?ell county, died ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 10 November 1916

a t U V j a .III, , , i I ! " I ' ., III, III, ! - Power For Good 'niyim,- The Tribune And News Or Eviljn .Money. , R '' I 1 (!. 4 I. .J P A' i - . FRIDAY, NOVEBER10. 1916 We do not propose to let up on that hotel proposition. Rartlett must have a brick hotel, and will have one. too. The sinners report issued on N ov. 5, states that Bell county, prior to October 18, for the crops 1919 and 1915, had pinned 53191 bales: Milam, 52,688; Williamson 90,950 bale The many friends of Dr. R. R. Curtis, formerly of Bartlett, will join the Tribune in congratulat- ing him, and also the city of Rogers, upon his recent election as mayor ot that place. We be- speak a prosperous and safe administration. In San Angelo a few days ago the "ife of a prominent ranchman was run oyer by an automobil e and instantly killed. The auto- ist made his get away eo stated the dispatch. God forbid that any such accident, if you call it that, may ever occur in Bartlett. But well, they sure do run some here. Out in C...

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