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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 10 November 1916

Bell County Grand ' fury in Session I' Tn CnurtnofBelCnuntv. Transfeis Dpuesedow Case MMMHHWBBBBBHBHBBHBBBBBlBHBMKMHM j V y Iti "4. j? ' Austin, Texas, Oct. 31, - After overruling the motion of Karl L. Druesdow, former tax collector ,of Harris County, charged with misapplication of public funds, for o change of venue, Judge A. S. Fisher of the Travis County criminal district court today on his awn motion ordered all the cases against Druesedow trans- fered to Bell county. He also ordered transferred on his own motion to Bell county the cases against Lon Morgan tax collector of Johnson county. Judpre Fisher stated that as what are known as the county tax collector's cases had been a political issue in the recent cam- paign between himself and James R, Hamilton, district attorney of Travis county, for the nomina- tion of the Travis County crim- inal district court he considered it proper to send the cases to an- other county for trail. Judge Fisher will issue his formal opening tomorr...

Publication Title: Bartlett Tribune And News, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 10 November 1916

! '. O IK- k- fee- " M x fr M W:' '' h ,M, ' IVTV The Tribune And News FRIDAY, NOVEBER10, 1916 Texas Presidential Electors The Democratic presidential electors for Texas chosen Tues- day are Marshal Hicks, Cullen Thomas. Henry D. Paulus and the following sixteen men for the congessional districts in the or- der given: R. P. Dorrough, J. P. Adam, George B. Thompson. Owen P. Smith, Frank W. Woz- encraft, L. C. Kirgen, Fred M. Stevens, A. L, Kayser, J. R. Kubena, R. J, Eckhart, Edgar M.Mann, T. A. Wythe. C. C. Small, J. T. Sluder, George B. Finley and Ben L. Cox. At the Queen's Ball and Coro- nation at the Cotton Palace last night Miss LaVerne Cates was duchess from Bartlett, Mr. Cor- ley Rowntree, knight. Miss Myr- Josey of Sealy, maid, and Mr, Max Rowntree. esquire. . See when Harrison's are coming. Medal Contest Under the auspices of the Wo- man's Christian Temperance Union a medal contest will be held at Alligator church Sunday afternoon at 3;30 The following program will be render...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 10 November 1916

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 10 November 1916

wy$ipm- mfM 1Wi""W ' '''' "W- ' .-VVT j --VW - ifx'- 1 ? ' ;,.? i j " ,J -, , , i I w: ', "(! - t i ' ' V I , ' w W ,i ' r.i ass ftifl K ft Rwaffl W 13 f ) 3 i M: s't- Safe Opens Saturday November 11, Closes Saturday Nov, 25fch Nu DrijIIN I LrV3 I A n ? t I. " J:I1L i ' Buy Your Fall and Winter Goods Now! .- ,rv V v. ft All .kinds of merchandise is constantly advancing in price and the longer you put. off buying the more .'you will have to pay.- Our low prices and high quality of merchandise merit your Pall Business. We will be ..glad for you to make compariso'ri.on quality and price, even with the so called cheap MAIL ORDER houses , who never, buy a pound of your cotton and produce nor pay a. cent of taxes in your county. We will sell ybtiv "goods, as cheap as you can buyvthem anywhere in this gret. state, and if ve do not wqwill not expect you to bnv of. lis' " '"'' ' ' . ' ''-i- ' , ' ' l ' -s . ' .". . '" .-' -.' .'',' ' '. ' -' - ' " '" , ' :i . , "v :. ? ' -. . .", ' -: - . .,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 10 November 1916

r : 'Jvy ,'-, u yTmfftv rf f- V-"Ffi, ' "C" rf' i. IpZi - . ' jt Kfl r 1 ( K $fy ' K . fsSSf- v . I (k " ft ? y. h- . J V .". If " m MILLINERY DISCOUNT The advanced season demands ad- vannced creations in fashions. See the latest modes in metal lace, and white velvet hats. All trimmed' hats are selling at a discount. A full line of sport hats ranging in price from 35c to $2.50. Mrs. C. P. At LESLIE'S LL'Y JJLASTS 03'" .SOON rW.MAiMJ) VA1VM 'IM.UNGS Hawkin LOCALS and PERSONALS Mr. Tom Jacobs, with the Tteck Printing Company of Aus- tin, was a Bartlett visitor Wed- nesday. Try one late model press, it in- sures perfect shape to your coat. " Perkins The Tailor. For Rood cleaning and pressing just phone 285 we do the rest. , Perkins the tailor, x Mr, D. D. Fairchild Jr., is in Eastern Texas on business. The turkey will be well dress- ed on "Thanksgiving" how about vou? Better see Perkins today Joe Reese accompanied by Dr. Tom Smith were here Tuesday enroute to Elgin. Joe reports busines...

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

ll l I K !' J f5. 6 ' , tr f 0 lVERfDY 01 . Y0 a NAME $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 arc local headquarters for this $3,000 prize offer. Come in and get a free Contest Blank it tells the whola story. Come now. I ieath T erman Lrug Bertlett, Texas Co. LOCAL GOSSIP Commissioner-elect Sloan of Rogers was a Bartlett visitor Friday. J. N. Holdenof Goodeville now possesses a new car. Buy your mules from Dr. J. H. Hicks. Mr. Albert Freiderich was in Dallas this week where he pur- chased a new Briscoe car, which he will be agent for same. To those indebted to us please make prompt settlement, we need our money. Drs. Harlan & Blair Hon. Chas. Harty was trans- acting legal business here the past week. Mr. and Mrs, W. W. Walton and little son were San Antonio visitors the past week. For sale three young jersey cows all fresh. See Dr. Hicks. Attorney Jones of Rogers was in Bartlett Frid...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 10 November 1916

') ill ( - V ,w l .' V Sv1 !'., .s V -Xi a h-r '' No School Money This Month. AuBtin, Texas, November 3. As tax collections are small at this season of the year, there will not be an apportionment made this month for the public schools, according to State Sup- erintendent of Public Instruction Doughty. Only $1 of the total of $7 per capita for this fiscal year has so far been apportioned. Superintendent Doughty said there would be an apportionment in December. Saloons Lose Licenses, Austin, Tex., Nov. 3. Comp- troller Terrell today canceled and revoked seven liquo'r licenses, one at Galveston, two at Point Isabel, one at Brownsville and three at at Laredo for violation t" 'ot the Sunday and 9:30 closing flaws. ' According to the comptroller, the violations occurred in August FA . nn3 i.vsw. Uninr irrwf rt frt f MO T aim ujjuii ui;iik igjuucu m uic department he immediately or- dered commissions issued for in- vestigation of the complaints. The revocation of licenses result- ed. Comp...

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

c 1 r M fr m t ; t ' i II 3 5V m & Tr 'I'm x v '. . ". "n .ii " ,,r (j. , ., ,,. v.i t u II ' gllMWl IWIC flTTITTT iiEMsiiifflig I I Positively not one item reserved, entire stock will be reduced, make your big- Fall purchase fromrnew clean merchandise and see how much you can save. a 19 tsriSsssuQrasnssirisaavKUTzxxiGuaaRQca craoiapRaswaessraj ccwr rtiraa 35 ca gtrima sf rw m m fit! as cd ufauia j MH JP J HL. hJ BBti?awiiMiiiiiwjiiiiii'iHiirwii'iiitfi'llifiiiitf'iiMninliTiiia BWiiiflffBiMii In our Big Circular a Typographical Error which reads ELEGANT STOCK OF SHOES must be sold at Half SHOULD READ, Elegant Stock of Shoes, SL . i ! i ! mi iiBiiii tuii'i iiiiiiiTiiinaii ifinii "n1 hMIJim WRMMKMWMMKKKMKtW s Absolutely FREE. Come to the SALE. Buy your winter wear and save money. will positively close without notice, so don't wait until a more convenient time. COME FIRST. DAY. SALE "The White House Store" v4( ifj,' j o w M . j 4 a v. a i. I v f 'f, . t

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 17 November 1916

y . I If If If' Ml f . l ss .., AND NEWS ! f. JEL.F CATES, Editor and Proprietor BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17 1916. S1.00 Year. VOL. XXXI. No.4. 25 Sge t ' ' ;"j EV , B"J" f -' u. u n Cqi PAUL WAPLES ITLY KILLED ylfort Vorth. Tex.. Nov. 1G. inn nf Mip Pliil iWaples. chairman INSTAA t i:; aifttd-dgmocjratic' executive com- ; J, rait'tee president of the Waples- ?.. ' Plt-tn RvnAorv nomnnnv anr milion'ire.banker and capitalist, wagUdlled this morning in front of; hi3Hcountrykh.om.e near Hand- ley Vhen an interurban street JVCbflided with the VVaples auto- rBobil The only pthei becupant $fthe car, John Nichols, the Pebaufcur, was hurled thirty feet, fautielcaped injury. Waples died in. fVirf! riohries nf fKn smrtQhflrl ?4"4 automobile, never regaining con- M '"' fectouShess and hying only twenty Koijtes. . ' l K ' " ft Road Overseers Eofc ' , . ueiore brand ury -BelCon, Nov. 14. -Upon charge tu,yuage v. ui. apann, some zuu road'overseers of the county are sum...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 17 November 1916

JSP'TOW V T pj , 1 " I- fl J r ?'" kf. Tft e Tribunej . And News rr-l FRIDAY, NOV. 17, 1916 Cates of the Bnrtlett Tribuiu tplls) us that his town now has u new concrete city jail, but fails- to say on which side of the Hell- Wilhameon county line it is loca- ted. Cates has been clamoring for anew brick hotel for Bartletr, and probably this free lodging house may be but an experiment along that line. We are sorrj Bartlett stood in need of a jail, but every town needs om for the benefit of the flotsam and jetsam of so- cietythey are a necessary evil, made so largely by the criminal instinct of man and augmenteo by the multiplicity of little pena laws on the statutes, some 01 which are as much honored in the breach as by the observance However, we hope Cates will keep hammering at that brick ho tel idea until his town gets one. and, while the new jail may tre quently be empty may the hotel always be full. An empty jail u a greater recommendation to a town than a full hotel. West News. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 17 November 1916

MAINTAIN PRIVACY OF "DEfTl Central Christian- Church. ,f , If cj 11 1 M.H.I. Ws ' . - I piv '';' mi itrV ' Iff! (Q TMC HOT. TA1LOR1, CMtCAOO-NtW TfOH Stand Out from the Crowd get that jRpyctl Tailored Look! ERCHANT Tailored Clothes are clothes that express the personality of the wearer. They are faithful reflectors of your taste, your selective ability, your partialities and penchants. A custom -tailor dressed man is not just one of the apples in the barrel, or one of the colorless pri- vates in the motley ranks. He. stands out; his clothes lift him apart from the drab background mediocrity. Some men futilely strive thru a 1 time to discover the secret of appeal smartly dressed. They fail beet they do not try the Custom Tailor W And the Custom Tailor Way is I exemplified by The Royal Tailor W.i to the perfect harmony of your b and the solid comfort of your purse. Royal Tailoring means the omega maeustomtauoreci it'ff suit or overcoat at -fcr.O d&j) jk Authorized Resident Dealers...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 17 November 1916

V r ; J ,T i 'if ARRESTED ON MURDER CHARGE The forces set in operation me time ago by Sheriff Lee 0. Allen and his able corps of as- sistants resulted in landing in the county jail a few days ago Emil Debus, who was caught at Wichita Palls and escorted to ""Georgetown by Deputy G. A. Smith, Debus is under indict- ment for the murder of Anton Tirou'ppe near Beyersville about two years ago. The first grand jury following the murder fail ed to indict Debus, who had been placed under bond at "the ex- amining trial. The second grand jury'returned a bill charging him with the killing, but he was dis- covered to have left in the mean- time. The wife and child of the dead man had also disappeared, and were with Debus when he was arrested at Wichita Falls. As will be remembered Anton c Trouppe was found dead in the barn at his home at Beyersville and his death remained a myst- ery for some time. Sheriff Allen doesn't forget those matters, and keeps quietly at work long after the public has f...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 17 November 1916

Wfi seTirww $"BB 'fO & Ji VTI i , Boquet Jeanice Talcum deligbttully Standard Price One Can It brings you the combin- ed odor of the tuberose, the violet, the heliotrope, the gcrrani- um. the jas- mine and other choice fbwersallof which are blended. This Sale Cans QIC 4 " REXALL Violel Talcum yie tf P.wnJl I I VIOLST IV 'MICHM MTPEfll 5r . v. ' - 11 A powder that appeals to ladies and chti tlren, and cs pccially recom- mended to gentlemen to use after ahav ing. 25c Can 2 for 26c 25c Violet Dulce Talcum Powder 2 for 26 cents. Days Only Thursday Nov. 23? Friday Nov 24? Salurdey Nov. 25 "What is a One On-5nlo?M It is a sale where you buy an item at the regular price then another item of the same kind for 1 c. As an illustration: The standard price of Rcxall Tooth Paste is 25c. You buy a tube at this price, and by paying 1 c more, or 26c. you get two tubes. Every article in this sale is a high-class standard piece of merchandise, just the same as we sell you every day at regular pri...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 17 November 1916

SSSWiSB "aS"WW ?iffHWv ,.,'' ?9 I : V J e Tribune And News Taylor Issues Bonds For More Street Paving FRIDAY, NOV. 17, 1916. Keep on talking about brick liotel. . Boost for the Building and Loan Association and help Bart- W lett Rrow. Turkeys are selling for 17 l-2c in other towns, while Bartlett merchants are paying 20c. Bring 'em here. The Bell county grand jury ad- L journed for the term Wednesday afternoon. They returned 23 in dictments charcing felonies and none for misdemeanors, diTring this term. Dr. A. Lincecum, assistant fetate health officer, who returned recently from the Panhandle, re- ' ports several cases of typhus fever esisting among Mexicar laborers there. They were brought in from Mexico, he said Stringent efforts are being mnd I; to stamp out the disease, Reports made by the Texas ' railroad commission show that only one passenger was killed on any rail line in this state durinp the month of September. Ten railways, however, reported the- ,' death of twenty-three ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 17 November 1916

.wr "v f-flpnVWEfl'?"'' y k' MILLINERY DISCOUNT -' QARM TH I HCS The advanced season demands acl- yannced creations in fashions. See the latest modes in metal lace :' .and white velvet hats. All trimmed hats are selling at a discount. A full line of sport hats ranging in price from 35c to $2.50. ' Mrs. C. P. Hawkins At LESLIE'S riV IS "5 i I LOCALS and PERSONALS ! W Shults Bros., sold 18 bales of cotton yesterday morning for 20 cents a pound. FOR SALE-100 acre farm, 4 milna cnnth nf Tnmnlft fin Pike 'I "" Jfr0a(3' $110 Per aCre' F C" LGC' f'CtSTemple. Texas." 7 t-'' P M n'Nonl nf .Tnrrell. was Iffi "' '" ,. --, Wednesday on business. "one late model press, it in sures perfect shape to your. coat. Perkins The Tailor. Mr.land Mrs. L Stabeno visited relatives and friends at Copperas Cove the past week. The turkey will be well dress- ed on "Thanksgiving" how about you? Better see Perkins today and order that new suit. John Weitrich visited at Pf lug' R. F. Wilson, one of our good citize...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 17 November 1916

If IfT? ri '-Vyfyft. t r$IJ & j . V rf , . , .) BARTLETT Under Canvas "The Finest Temptation Prices: General Admission Best on w cincl iifw Ear tii" m m u h m ft i ' L. ft ALL NEXT 1 Saturday Matinee Starting LOCATION Hempel Lots Prepared for Cold Weatter. gais .t Ktt: All these features combined make it possible to heat thelarge tent and make it as comfortable as the average theatre. LOCAL GOSSIP 55. 0. Ponder was a visitor to the Cotton Palace this week. Miss Fay Bryson, of Liberty Hill was the guest of her cousin. MissLaVerne Cates. this week. For sale three young jersey cows all fresh. See Dr. Hicks. Tom McKenzie, who is in the "barber business at Hutto. was here Snnday. JLoyd Hutchens, mother and sister, Miss Ruby and Mrs. L. L. Harlan went to Bartlett last Fri day on a visit to relatives. Grandview Tribune. ""FoFSale" SO acre farm, all in cultivation. Rood house, eood water, one mile east of Prairie Dell, close to good school, a good place for some one. Price $50. For part...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 17 November 1916

t1 s We Figure That our ability and desire to give our customers what they want is worth more to us than what we would make by arging" them into accepting "something just as good" and being only half satisfied with what we give them. EFFICIENT, PROFICIENT, SUFFICIENT Woman's Club Meet Condr tV t(Vho ftexoll Store" Bartlett, Texas !; I V. hh ,? i V 1 , Money! Money! Money! To the person that needs money to take care of his indebtedness ajrainst his farm I have this i say: I represent 8 or 10 differ- " eht loan companies and am pre- ' paretl to take care of you. I can make you a loan from ? to .-20 years at lowest ratps of in- ' tersest and most liberal terms. 1 1 x have had several years experi- ' erice in the loan business and j 'know how to handle the same ! arid am prepared to meet any ' and all competition, from what-i ever source it; may come. All I ask iB that you give me a "shot" at your business ai)d if I can not, do as well as the other fellow. , "or a little bit better" I w...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 17 November 1916

v Sale Opened Saturday Nov. 1 1 , Closes Saturday Nov. 25th BARGAIN FEAST iP; - ' ' 1 it Buy Your Fall and Winter Goods Now! All kinds of merchandise is constantly advancing in price and the longer you put off buying the more you will have to pay. Our low prices and high quality of merchandise merit your Fall Business. We will be glad for you to make comparison on quality and price, even with the so called cheap MAIL ORDER houses who never buy a pound of your cotton and produce nor pay a cent of taxes in your county. We will sell you goods as cheap as you can buy them anywhere in this great state, and if we do not we will not expect you to buy of us. Beginning Saturday November 11th and closing Saturday November 25th we are going to offer some exceptional bargains in our store. Below we quote a few of the many bargains which we will have to offer during this cut price sale. iHnnnHHBiHiHMHVMMHaHHMiMMaHBHMHMaHaHHHaiiHMaHMaH ' 0 We Want Your Turkeys Produce and Cotton Men's and Boy's C...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 17 November 1916

' " U 7 ' ' ""' ' ' ' " " ' ' ' " ' ' ' -- - -i - i-it -mi i . n - m .i - - . I....,.,.,..t- ..Wff TJ rv KK ' A $ - , v V r M? , I M. k f f I - WILSON WINS FOR SECOND TIE Pfesidonllal Contest Most Exciting Political Event in History ol the Nation. OVER SIXTEEN MILLION VOTES. New Hampshire- the Only Easlcrt Slate Carried by the I'reaidcnt, bui in the West ,11c Is Victor in a Nuni ber or the Coniimmwcnlllis Womci ' for Chief Executive South, Except Wcest Vlrjriniit, Solidly Democratic After tlu? mosl exciting week ir "Hie political history of the Unitec States nncnt the national election, bo ginning with Tuesday night, when it appeared, based on the returns obtain' able up to Monday noon, that Hughes -mid Fairbanks had won, only to be fol lowed with later reports showing that Wilson and Marshall would be thcii own successors, the ligures of the electoral college vote giving ul tc noon Monday. California to the Demo crnts. insuring their election, and New Hampshire's votes going to the...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 17 November 1916

A ,i vi ffc' ' 5& t'iA sr :hl. ,i.:h MLLJJjy ILUS&WMMJUl KtUJSLAkM, ; 5 'ffrr ', rjl,, ffl I,. Jsrrtll News Schwertnetf Henri. " . .if. m "o wtmyw ' - -mm . 'iWB5 PwBS i Thr6viU be a box supper at tfot Corn Hill school building Saturday night next proceeds to go for some fixtures, don't for- TCtthc date. Uts. Dr. J. E. Witlerson enme in from New Tfork Sunday. She accompnnied the Dr. there on his resrit trip Jo take lectures. Itov. .1. .A. Sicelof f left for conference- at Waxahachie last Tuwday. , l R. N. O'Neal was a Bartlett visitor' Wednesday. Several from hero attended the unveiling of the Confederate Monument on the courthouse square at Georgetown last Friday-Messrs'. Lenord Smith, E, II. Dunn and others went to the ,. Cotton Palace last week. ' -Messrs .1. D. Black, P. E. White and D. a. liearden are Messrs John Stone and Homer McCarver were visitors nt the Cotton Palace Sunday. Miss Novice Huddler of Mc- Dado was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Wacker Sundoy. Mr. Charl...

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