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

" rv ft Vw4'. - "9 VPS-' .' , i IfiHr .HnLAjuRZJ3p&' ' . - .. . . . . ' ffiBP - -!t - - - 11.'-""" L- "nn.i. in .i I n "i iiiiiiB iiiiijiii inn ihiii. p i VSmSi FA MERRY CHRISTMAS I , I ' ' tr S $m r . .-"? .1 ,''i 4 3r. - ' y? fe. ,"'. WW' .. Ssf f,"V 17 : -j? I&C f;v "' If-'" ' W: k&9 2taA rr i'' R ir ' m ?M ' .. i u;-' SWW !''! 5-v LiW To our friends and customers and many happy returns during the Yulettde season. May this coming new year be the most happy and prosperous of any that have gone before, is our sincere wish. ttS" f it Accept our thinks for your libereJ patronage the past year aLid remenber we rea. ra4y and willing to give yoi the same prompt and exacting service ihat has made our dealings so pfesMin Hf Vie p'tS&t. O w crorncious stock is open for your inspection and, command and vte await your pleasures, whether they be large or small. Our Stock of XM AS GOODS is Large : and Well Selected We haye endeavored by every means at oir command to make your X...

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

WW- wm m iJ :w X, ,!". Wi '?'?": 6e TRIBUNfe And News FRIDAY, DEC! 22, 1Q1G. o "A Christmas that pUta things. ''fat. spirit before, symbol, and 'Christ before Santa Claus: ' ' 'That hallows,1 the home and ii 'flrttisfiffards the face and conse- ,0its both self and pocketbook fi the jpvlnjc service of others: "A Christmas that through its grt pod tidings brings the strength to bear our burdens, b Urn to? soothe our sorrows, in- spiration to glorify our labor. and pjxse, for our sometimes hatftssed souls: A Christmas that reminds us of Hit beautiful old stories of the Magi and, the shepherds and choir of angels, and that trans- forms our hearts into living man- gers, cradling anew the eternal, inexhaustible, Christ-begetting, rprld-transforming love spirit of je Father, May this Christmas, good, friend, this merry, blessed Christmas be yours." A Unlijttt 0oaYf nlr Mivfi. L. Hardin, of the Sard- in Hardware Co. is remember- ing his many friends and, custom- ers with most useful and uni...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 22 December 1916

av 'yH Jl it H, MV SHf A . n,. .c v; ,rf V- 5 5 I V Hi r 4 j. t r A ( '. 4 j . '4,' . tfl.. tt. "? ; :iin t tffti" "1 :i . i' A MERRY C hristmas! As the year 1916 is about to pass out We desire to thank the good people of Bartlett and community for their very liberal support, in making this one of our ery best years. 1 Now that the holidays are here we WISH that the happy spirit of, Christmas will fill your hearts and that theprosperity of the year has filled your purses. Starting with' the new year we trust that our business relations has such that we may claim a continuation of your friendship, and support for the year 1917, when we can serve you, we assure you it gives us great pleasure to do so. . YOURS FOR A PROSPEROUS 1917 Waiiiii! if 4 -' S -V 1 V - K' Tjr' ' - ' 1 " - ' . -i Jiffi r.: r. jL .c emu SjmsjPSSISySSaiSSSSrpB LOCALS and PEBSONfiLS .-'": r ''MrvandJMrs.l). D. Fafrclrild i'-ioevtL lWnr viaitara Mrtndnv. j O'.bijshQlg.of; corn for sale. fSbh Robt.'Kowntreci ' Miss' I...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 22 December 1916

"fcu ywiwwtiiiitiiiwiwwwiiw f nferry Christmas ''?ji.&wmm'jmmwm?',T .'rTT, e-:.. ,',. '"' m ivj :', c rs- ' V. jvV' te 'A Ct K$tHftMmKKKKKtt'.KKa AN-UP-TO-DATE drug drug store affords many hints to the holiday shopper. We do n6t carry a line of what is known as "Chris- as Goods" but we carry a lull stock ot stand- j ard articles always found in the first-class j drng store, and of which would make suitable j If presents. Kemember anything bought here j , I bears the CONDRA & BLAIR guarantee of j 1 duality in addition to the manufacturer's j name. We greet you with a Merry 1916 and j a Happy and Prosperous 1917. j MWlllWlWiWltltlttmitltlUCMtKlt(ttli jS m Bit." tm ? Condra & Blair ?"?E faxoii Store" Bartlett, Texas I. Mtf, wiwttiiiiMMiMiiHtaiiMMimgimw LOCAL GOSSIP '"' " Dick Youritf h&r been on the - sick list thiB week. Say, are you wring to let your wife forget what' good candy tasted Hke? Have you bought ber a box since you were roar ried? Go to the Bartlett Candy K...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 22 December 1916

,Jo, . MM . ,?' r-. - ., ;. 5r vjK-'i...- - ' "i-'v,r.v.V ' Hi '' & f , , , . i . , V x . 'i '' "' - ,. "-.. ,- $$' US?.',3! ''SI ' i wm 'ItWJ&tilWVXF rw: i''- ; -Jr-' ' , : wfWTw ' ''"' ; v v ''' . ' ' -k ' ' l' "1 1' I May A Merry Xmas and Happy New Year Be Yours Although an old and familiar greeting, thousands of times told, it still rings true as a mes- age brimming with sincerity and good cheer. We feel that we owe the community a debt of gratitude for its unswerving confidence in this stores policy and management. The year 1916, just closing; has been one unprecedented prosper- ity for the store. Business is on the increase in all departments. Public appreciatioh is wholly responsible. To you and yours we extend whole- hearted appreciation for these splendid results. In the coming year 1917, it is our ain tobeof great service to the community at large by serv- ing each individual customer to a greater degree of satisfaction. Only goods which measure up to our rigid sta...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 22 December 1916

. :' TOPHE WQ7Mr 7'r ?$T71 1 ' -i J1'; ",i, - v- V c '- v .' u'o - IX , f- n & T4V TUm COUNTY REMAINS WET. Austin, Tex,. Dec 21 With complete counts from all boxes in u thl. antis have a majority of 567 j, in Travis county in the local opti- - on faction today. The State . University voting box gave the proii, a small majority, Austin 5 complete gave the antis 2,610, pros 2,019. The call for the local uoption election in Travis county 'wb an out-growth of the Ham- Ramsay revival, .-I ,i ' . " Fair snappy weather which jwasjust cold enough to keep the farmers from work, encouraged "a. heavy turnout at the polls for the election! Enthusiasm from tiph sides ran high during the entire day. Children were sta- tiqned juBt outside the limits at everv'citv box. where thev fiminf. .ed "vote dry" banners and sang jrom union sona 10 me voter as ie oassed bv. if ml- W. G. Smith has Rnld his pnn m - " Jfectionery business. BanK Increases StocK m The Farmers' State Bank at k iSchwertner has i...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 22 December 1916

tn it a , MV '" U. t, , (H ' A ' A Xitf i, iZ u IS- . , I5 .' I p : fer Vv $' v "S ' .": E& i: -V- ft i-v';'", j rf' ss&m .t - f'.'Bi ,'JV ' li," t ,.tr .', - ft U. . '. I m JMZrt HAPPENINGS. r' or, R-.R Cttrtis 'and Julitin &Q0tt rVursedyestorday from ijeir aeer, nunc in me uavis loontainB and report a royal tim, Rogers News. ; flrotfndhaabeen broken for the fmm brick1, building of alderman f'. K' Wilson is conatructina for a tUAg&to be used by h. E. Ltnd.- f-wnwiiKogers iNews. M ( Ei'O; Jackson and Miss Alice Mitchell, both of Jarrell, were . marriedlast, night at eight o'clock in the rectory of Saint Mary's ; Church, Father Heckman oflt'olat,- in?. They lett after the cere- Inony.for a. visit 'yith friends in Belton. Temple Telegram. ? " "' - . "' Grover Cleveland Williams, re- ' tail liquor dealer at Buckhotls, filed a vountary petition in bank- rapt cy in the federal court at . Wkco this week. His liabilities jtte $3,106.53. his assets being . $2,.437i5, includi...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 22 December 1916

" ma V " . if i JiT!!L (BIB 'JUflUliJife TTg5 HHfi!H2H5S J j " i. 1 MMh SckMl Nfttcs v Holidays will cover oh$ wwk. Seheol bgihs work Mondyn7an- uary ML Several former students have been Visitors, at the school dur- ing th past week. Ail remark the splendid high school enroll ment. The entire school has been decked in Christmas RJeens and 'all grades have held special Christmas programs in the last daV or two. The total number of Red Cross ' Seals allotted, to tho school have been 'disposed of, practically cv- . ery ehil J in tho grades having a ' band in the good work. Sixteen V&Hari wae'sent in to lied Cross headquarters. 1 The new School Vietrola is a constiint'delight and is in usoev- ,etyday( in some room. The stock at records is t growing gradually as a, result'' of donations from Wftetarg and pupils. Plans are being laid to increase the nunv -, bV of really good pieces. lToday,'e 'splendid program in the Literary Society clotcs a very nceeasful term's work in this , timvt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 5 January 1917

felJbttttje etfie AND NEWS F. GATSSBditor and Prop. BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON' COUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDAY, JANUARY'S, 1917. $1.00 Year. VOL. XXXI. No.-31 3PR$ CREASE IN P. E. MORGAN KILLED AT CORPUS CHRISTI AUTO UPSETS- ONE KILLED BELL COUNTY u POSTAL RECEIPTS lncf tYinafrc. T.innrtmntin lftfnrmo that the past ypar has be'en most prosperous in the hfs- ot mruett in receipts ana il handled. The receipts for pastquaiter were, $2,249.70 iiinstSl,747.8G, same quarter It vear. S'he receipts for the year were t5348. and which also gives postmaster an increase in ry to ssiyuo. heavy parcel post .mail Was I lied during the (holidays and aptly delivered. and all par- correctly add essed have delivered to the owners. us breen Kills Jersey Herd. janger. Lex. Ddc. 27. -T. J. ungham, a farmer of this m, reports the loss of six of fine Jersey (nilk cows by poisoned with) Paris green negro farm Hands, while ins. out the (smokehouse, i f thepoisi pn, together ! , refuse, in the past- liltf grazing ithe cows ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 5 January 1917

wmMM ftHHtaSSflffit m o ,, Not Because It Is n Order But for the reason that we ; feel that way about it do we 'tyA want to express our apprecia-vj tion for the nice business you', have helped us do the past -''' year. -Now we wish you a happy. ;. NEW 1EAR and good health '' and cheer. All this will surely come if you buy your Groceries from this store for 1917. ''. 1 1 ' - Bartlett, Texas xhe TRIBUNE and NEWS Friday, January 5, 1917 Isn't every year that "King takes a bale to the acre 't every that it sells for pound. So be careful plant. Itors Culberson of Texas, l)f Missouri and Brandegee Inneoticut werej the three ra whohadnhe stamia to fist the prohibition re- vhen it was before the judiciary committee. American. fet three of your New Year's llutionsbe; 1. "I will eat more li and thus reduce the high of living. 2. I will throw mail order catalogues in the ite basket and be a booster jhome merchants. 3. I re- le to talk only half as much did last year, and not try to End to my n...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 5 January 1917

' ' ' i " ' I ' ii ..I i m. j . Accident at Buckholts. MBMWWmueillMMIJiqUMH ' Ford S crvice We will only do repair work on Ford Cars. Will have good Ford Repairmen and will have all the necessary machinery to take care of the Ford's rights. We will continue our other business just the same and will have a more complete line of tires and accessories than ever before. Bartlett Garage BARTLETT, TEXAS PHONE DAY OR NIGHT 161 Accidental Killing At Cameron. Sam Sparlts Resigns As State Normal Regent Cameron, Texas, Dec. 26. A id accident occurred at the ltler home near town Sunday ternoon, resulting in the death a little 3-year-old son of Mr, id Mrs. Joe Ondrh. One of the l-ge Butler boys went out into le yard to shoot a turkey and noticing thatthe fowl was crippled, laid the gun down fgdve chase. A little 5-year- )ndrij boy picked the gun up it was discharged, killing his lie brother instantly. Funeral vices were held at the Cathol'c lurch here today, sxas Leads Crop Values. Washington. J...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 5 January 1917

jRwff! "717"' f n" "w friflfTii t fi t. !' mm H6e TRIBUNE and NEWS Friday, January 5, 1917 Too many people work over- time with the tongue and let the heads overdo the vacation1 business, It seems quite probable that a prohibition amendment to the constitution will again be sub- mitted by the Legislature, With the exception of the larger cities, Texas is now practically "dry" territory. It is a fact that men . living in the cities will vote for State-wide "dryness" and resist county-wide ''dryness," and this for commercial reasons. Waco Times-Herald. A reduction in the cost of long distance telephone calls, apply- ing between 8:30 at night and 6 in the morning, has been an- nouunced by The Southwestern ' Telegraph & Telephene Compa- ny. This reduction will amount to approximately forty per cent for calls upon which the regular tariff is $1 or more and will be proportionately less on calls cost- ing between 25c and $1. The new special rate under which these reductions are made we...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 5 January 1917

Tjifpr i M f w ?';,f .OCALS and PERSONALS Remember Texas Bud's dhows here next week. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Zweig are fen Santa Anna, this week. Miss Bessie Roberts and Mrs. jFrye of Oklahoma City were the guests of their parents. Mr. and IMrs. S. D. Roberts. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Usry re- Iturned to their home in Spur, ITexas after a visit to their naiy ents here. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Hair have loved into the John Vaughan jsidence on Clark Street. iMule Strayed I have in my fcssession one black mare mule, bout 10 or 12 vears o u. No brand. Owner can get same by seeing me. R. A. Wesson on1 Daugherty farm. !! Mr A V. Pnirof nf llrnnrrav r. . . .c.v v"Ji-i was here yesterday shopping h our merchants, and also re- le mber the Tribune With a cart fheel" for another year. Miss Nina Bvrd' "McCartv of Pjpailas is the guefft of her sister, iiiMru. H, L. Forrester this week. & Nes. H. L, Forrester and little v daughter, returned home Tues day irom a visit to her pa rents Pallas. aster Billie Wal...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 5 January 1917

TW'1 . II I II IIIIJIIII Ull I fflSMJMP a 9K vwKjfflBKwr wbhh9H ''JSSS3hH0 Will You Trade With Us During 1917? We thank you for your liberal patronage in the past and promise you the best in store for the future. Condra & Blair "Vhe tfexatl Store'' Bartlett, - Texas LOCALS and PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Shinn, of Deming, N. M., were guests of "Mr. and Mrs. J. N. L. McCurdy during the holidays. G. I. Ponder of near Jarrell was here this week on business. Lost Saturday night between A. F. Taylor's barber shop and the Usry house, $35 or 4Q. Fin- der return to Tribune office and receive reward. Miss Louise Flowers of Uvalde was tne guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. N. L. McCurdy this week. fN- Thwin Rara in "Rnst: T.vnns" Saturday. See this good one at the Cresent. The Hardin Hardware Co., this week received from the fac- tory a handsome auto hearse for their undertaking establishment. It is one of the finest in this sec- tion of the state. Free dishes Monday night, and Free ham Wednesday ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 5 January 1917

13R39&K " wwm qi ffrnc T Jmrr r "nilf r w. ,.. r. COUNTY NEWS Tommie Williams of Temple, 17-years-old colored, was tried in the county court today for the theft of 19 turkeys. He was fined $100 and given one year in jail. Belton News. WILL- BE AT MRTLETT all next week, January 8-13 With a. -Bunch of High-class Moral Shows FEATURING Carrying the Smallest and Smartest Flute on Earth. the best string of out-law horses and best rrders on the road today. There are few men who can look back upon fifty years acti- vity in the pulpit, but that is the privilege which Elder D. Pen- nington of this city is now en- joying. Just fifty years ago to day he was given hia first charge at the Christian church at San Marcos. Tomorrow the congre gation of that church will hold a reunion, at which time Rev. Pennington will make a talk. Taylor Press, Jan. 1, 1917. FARM LOANS A crib containing about two hundred bushels of corn and an- other containing several tons of baled cane belonging to August Run...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 5 January 1917

,.A " O !' j- Woman' Club Entertains. On Friday evening December, 29. the VYorrtans' Club ot Bartlett gave its annual "Open House" entertainment, in the beautiful apartmertts of Mrs. Wm. Bran- acan and Miss Marie Cronin, on Clark street. The rooms were feeautifully and artistically de- corated in Christmas green and mistletoe which effectively brought out the holiday spirit that seemed to pervade. Added to this were many beautiful life size paintings of noted characters the work of Miss Cronin, who ?s one of the south's known art- ists, and whom Barllett is proud to claim as one of its citizens. Among the portraits was that of Miss Rutherford, of Atlanta, Ga., historian general of theU. D. C, which was recently unveiled at Dallas With great honors. An- other was "The Duke and His Wife." a beautiful and most fam- ous oainting, being the only one of this copy in the world, and re- flects great credit upon the dis- tinguished artist1, Tne guests were welcomed by the officers of the clu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 12 January 1917

7 Baffklf AND NEWS R.F. CATES, Editor and Prop. BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1917. $1.00 Year.- VOL. XXXL.No.S" 0 D a BANKS ELECTS OFFICERS. On Tuesday the First National Bank elected the following of- ficers and directors: W. J. CokIo, Chairman of the Board, C. C. Bailey, President; H. A. Briehan, Vice-President E. T. Jones, Vice-President and Cashier; R. E. Kirk; Assistant Cashier. The dividends for 1916 were: 6 per cent July 1, 1916. 6 per cent January 1, 1916, Dividends paid since the or- ganization of the bank have been $150,000.00. On that date the Bartlett Nat- ional Bank elected the following directors and officers: Mary A. Bartlett, President, J. W. Jackson, Vice-President. T, B. Benson, Cashier. W. E. Cox, Assistant Cashier. P. M. Cox, Assistant Cashier. $10,000 Dividends were paid. Passed to Surplus and Undivid- ed Profits, $5,750. This makes a total of $119, 0P0 in dividends since the bank was ...organized, twelve years ago. The First State Ban...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 12 January 1917

u a kIIkl i?mm jl awtt n .a m&lWgOK She TRJBUNE and NEWS Friday, January 12, 1917 Fair Warningl Last Call! Let everybody pay taxes before February lstand the penalty. The spa.rk.of sunshine was the Attitude of Jesus when on earth, and the most miserable people , tktn ftinsa fv-nnotrroan thft .A1V WMVOV. M vv--0 - 0BSERVAT16NS OF GEOfiGE BAlL&Y; 1 Master's word. If some action is not taken soon toward the up-keep of the cadamized roads ef Texas, re will be none. Good roads t too much money lo be nes ted. law will likely be passed by present state legislature, wing a tax and placing cer- restrictions upon the medi cine peddlers tnroughout the state. The druggists and phar- macist demand some regulations Blaced upon them. It is right and just. . Let no man think that there is any organized movement on the part of the citizens of Haskell to "run out the negroes." To the contrary, the citizens of Haskell are aroused over the methods used, and are co-operating with the officers in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 12 January 1917

Central Christian Church Meet ub at 10 o'clock when wo study the Bible. "Sermon at 11 o'clock, theme "A Divine. Call and a Gigantic Task." Evening worship at 7 o'clock, theme- "The Peace that ia War." We extend to yon a pressing in- vitation. LITTLE SERMONS. The outstanding peril in America is unconsecrated wealth. The folks who claim to know the most seldom do much to prove it. Satan's most successful agen- cies have been his counterfeits or imitations, Manv a man splendidly equip ped for real work, flinches at the task" and balks at the burden. How valuless are the things men seek after most eagerly and reckon of highest worth when the real trials of life come upon us. Homer A.McCarty, pastor. First Methodist Church I Sunday School at 9:45 a. m. Teacher Training class at 7:15 p. m. Monday. C. C. Bailey, Supt. Preaching Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:15 p. m. by the pastor. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 7:15 p. m. Cordial invitation and hearty wolcome extended to every one. 0. W. I...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 12 January 1917

9&' 7VvS 3t? rfa Vrs N? 3&& V3 ?3 eFs s'Tra W rtjyT?v jr .Vxy- The Walton Dry Goods Company has employed the 'American Salvage Company of Dallas, Txas. to reduce 'their stock Ten Thousand Dol- lars in Fourteen Selling Days. It must be and will be done, regardless of the sacrifice jn price it takes to get it. The Greatest Gigantic Slaugh- ter and Unloading of Merchandise that was ever witnessed in the annals of Barilett commences Friday Morning, January 12th, at 9 o'clock. It's about to happen. Are you ready? le Op Janu A CI Clo aturday ight, January 27th, Just 14 Selling Days 14 Thirty Thousand Dollar Stoclz-This stock con of a general line of Dry Goods of the Wood's Standard Makes, bought 'direct from the Mills and Factories before the sharp advances in Prices, and while Dry Goods in all lines contiwe to advance by leans and bounds, this stock will be sold at Great Slaughter Prices during this great Unloading Sale. Remember all Staple Goods Domestic, Cotton Flannel, all...

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