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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 12 January 1917

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Publication Title: Bartlett Tribune And News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 12 January 1917

X-.Vf' "T 9) fj fwMw wmwMwwiw n Third Anniversary At First Baptist Church. Last Sunday was celebrated asl the Third Anniversary of Pastor J. C. Rhodes, with the First Baptist church of this city, and lector of Johnson county. the dav was memorable in many', ed by indictment bv T . ..waj-jt :,fFvtv 1 ' Morgan ' fries' fahtifyry 15, 4 V ' l The cases of Karl Druesdow, former tax collector of Harris county and Lon Morgan, tax col- respects. At 10 o'clock a. m. rifter the iiniml nnoninir exercises Hon. J. ; V. Morris, who for tvelve years has been the faithful and much loved superintendent of the Sun day Schobl made some touching remarks about the work, after which the new officers of the church and school were called forward for a brief, installation service.. Remarks were address- ed by them by the retiring sup- erintendent who hbd positively declined depttfyed to allow, . thtt' school to elect him for toother y,ir. and also by the pastor. An ' unnronriate response was made U' by Prin...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 12 January 1917

"I Wr! ' U 'i me, TRIBUNE and NEWS - jarsst. Friday, January 12, 1917 Patronize home industry.; this ;).Tfairi8 to advertising and print- ing as well as it does to dry trnqds and groceries. Let us make it unanimous. The Thirty-fifth legislature Lroke the record on organization, in sq far as harmony and time are concerned. We sincerely hope that the same conditions will prevail throughout the ses- sion, for the sake ot the people of teas. Th6 Recommendations of Gov- ernor Ferguson in his message to tho legislature that the running of an automobile more than ten miles an hour in an incorporated town or more than twenty-four miles an hour on a country 'road be n)ade a jail penalty is directed at the speed fiends who are the cause of so many accidents, to themselves and others through- out the State". Oh, Heavenly Houston, our thqujfhts 'tis of thee; sweet city of magnolias, your noble angles, will surely stand by the "Father f many waters." In Denton, Texas, a little girl touched a fir...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 12 January 1917

r '- W , ik u. ! IS;'.- . rv- a&.' :' uxs- i " rc LOCALS and PERSONALS Miss Gaynelle Martin hns boon on tho sick list for several days Mr. and Mrs. Leggett hava moved into the home formtttfly' occupied by T. K. FowleVffnd family. . rj For Sale -A few goo'ds: C. R. I. Red cockerls at $1 and $2 each. See 0. N. Beyer, Hollarid, Route No-5. 2t ' "' Mr. Agee of Belton was u busi- ness visitor here Tuesday, . See the Hardin Hardware Co., if you want to buy a Buick or Overland automobile. Mesdames W. G. Smith, W. J. Harlan and Misses porrino Smith and Alice Irvin were Belton visi- tors Tuesday. Mrs. Victor. Moore and child- ren returned from a visit with her parents at Arlington. We sell Rood flour at reason-prices.- The Gersbach-Wacker Co. The Retail Merchants Associ- ation met in regular session in the office of Mr. E. C, Haeber. Jan. 9, 19X7, with Vice-President D. K. Leatherman presiding. A full attendance was present and matters of importance rela- tive to this body were discussed...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 12 January 1917

"&W jtv; '.'TW3 r "75- , , ..J,. . ill You Trade With Us During . 1917? l wV MV jraBHJI you for your liberal patronage in and promise you the best in store future. Condra & Blair B . "Wie flexall Store" artlett. Texas ew veara day, John Jackson fine boy. ,W. Jackson returned iy from a most pleasant pay visit to ueorcia. '.ocj show and a chance to a 43 riece Dinner bet tor at the Crescent Theatre inlay night. Come. i!n. Mack Traylor, represent- ivu to the legislature from tntaguo county, was here Sat iny on a visit to nis cousin, Mrs. John Duncan was in Aus- tin this week to see her son. Harold who is a student at St to i Edwards. - oti The son of Mr. and Mrs. Ad- jolphHempel who has been real sick with pneumonia, is reported better. For Sale Residence occupied bv Dimmitt Whitlow. SeeH. A. Whitlow. Messrs M. 0. Kuler and Mc- Ginnis and families were here Sunday from Thorndale. For, Sale--My residence pro- perty and also lots east of the I Traylor, while enroute to j cotton ya...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 12 January 1917

s cm v ""m "set W I BHI V To ,i ,9 : ft-. v 1 frl "a r' 'X V k fcv-v -. l H Jf" ' 1 ' U y. ie People of Texas and their Legislators Elect: This is a paid advertisement intended to give icasons why the present law of Texas relating to the incorpo- ration of oil companies should be amended so .as to allow Texas corporations like those .of other states to pursue all of the several branches of this single business. The Texas Company is' engaged in purchasing, refining and marketing petroleum, and as a part of its busi- ness owns and operates a system of pipe lines. It is incorporated under the laws of Texas and is handicapped se- riously by the inadequacy of its charter powers. It has no direct power to prospect for and produce crude oil. And as the law now stands it can obtain this power only by reorganizing and taking out a charter in some other tate, thus becoming a corporation of that state and ceasing to be a corporation of Texas. Heretofore the stockholders, by a separate producin...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 12 January 1917

s 7W fy(.f i. , " j? F- orning January 1 5th egins ' jv 4$w' '':IIff, MlfWUIIl)l(IIMil)JtlWWWlJJtrJWi'W'WWWWiWWWi til 1 1 IB iV r n 1 .Months ago when a rise in prices seemed inevitable we placed our orders, end now the greatest assemblage of snowy mdermuslins from the most dainty nd sheerest of materials to the more substantial awaits your selection. The assortment is the most complete ever shown here and will surpass anything we have ever previously attempted and with all sincerity we advise you to supply yoir needs for months to come for under the high market conditions these very low prices will not be quoted tgain soon. This great expanse of snowy merchandise consisting of beautiful Gowns, Teddies, Chemise, Petticoats, Princess Slips, Drawers and Corset Covers, each garment presenting the very essence of daintiness and so wonderfully akin in quality, fitness and value arranged Sfiwilats for easy choosing and from ac standpoint of value giving we again urge you to biy ' . i"W :,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 19 January 1917

f-M, ii. AND NEWS ' R. F. CATES, Editor and Prop. BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, 1917. $1.00, Year. VOL. .XXXI. No. 83 TO HELP THE THE FLEWELLEN STANDING OF BARTLETT BOTTLING JURY CHOSEN, CONTESTANTS. TT71 BaoriMf tmnnt DRUESEDOW GIVEN TWO YEARS. - In the rase of the Slate vs Katl Druesedow former Tax Col- lector of Travis County charged on four counts with misap&ro-' printing the county's funds was called for trial in Belton Wednes- day morning, before Judge P. M. Spann, The cases' were transferred fronv Travis county to BeJl county 'on a change of venue. K 1. All nrfinnrntinno hrirl hpfin mnrln for a stiff lethal battle, hence a distinct surprise was created when it became known that the counsel Druesedow had entered into an agreement with the state's attorneys, whereby their cleint was to plead guilty on one count alleging the misappropriating of ; $27j747.00, and, accepted a sen tencelaf two years irthe peni ' tentiary, .The three remaining cases, be...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 19 January 1917

, -1 l BY TRADING WITH THE n . r Our fines are larger and better than ever and we are anxious to. serve you Oil 'J Planters, Avery, Oliver and Standard Cultivators. and Overland Automobiles, Casings, Inner Tubes and All Kinds of Accessories uick We await your commands with pleasure. Funeral Directors, Undertakers and Embalmers. AUTOMOBILE HEARSE. i , rr'f ' - ! ' - . ' ' " ' i ' We TRIBUNE and NEWS riday, January 19, 1917 speaker Fuller of the House of Representatives has appointed Hon. Howard Bland of William- son county on the following com- mittees; Penitentiaries; claims and accounts; roads, bridges, etc. private corporation; stock and stock raising. Hon. Frank F. mof Bell county was the following r" Pub- grounds; games fisheries; banks and bank ing, gates or Williamson ana Burnet counties, was closed on the lollowing: Revenue and tax- ation, Public debt; Public print ing; Private corporations; Con gressional districts. Judge But- ler was placed on the following committees: judi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 19 January 1917

':'. m-r. l.w Klf ftr n'i 2- SOME HAPPENINGS OF THREE COUNTIES. Mr. N, M. Michdlson and Misa Mattio Bohlver, two prominont yoiuipf folkB of Troy, wero re- cently married. D. M. Elliott sold his faYm near Bottom3 this "week to Prank In Parker for a consideration of $120 per acre. Tho placo con- tained ninety acres. Troy Enterprise. Superintendent G. L. Marshall reports that tho enrollment in the Rogers Public School has reached the record mark of 700, News. . Belton, Texas Jan. 13. t Fifty eight thousand dollars of Bell county funding warrants were sold yesterday to a Chicatro firm at$i02and accrued interest a premium amounting to $1,160. here for Christmas. Judge Critz on Tuesday fined Sanders $100 and costs upon n plea of guilty. Georgetown Commercial. Temple. Jan. 13. Mrs. Mary Wagner 61 this city, widow of John Wagner, Who died sudden- ly at his home here January 3, followed him to the grave Sun- day afternoon, having died Thursday, shortly afternoon, Both were old residents of T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 19 January 1917

&he TRIBUNE and NEWS Friday, January 19, 1917 Goodness is the only invest- ment that never fails. If you want a man to respect your judgment, agree with him. It Any weakling can vknock, requires strength to build. , t'- , -i I In the passing on of Admiral Dewey, the United States loses one of the few men who enjoyed the entire confidence of the whole people. It was not the battle of Manilla Bay -which placed this American sailor bo high in the esteem of us all. It waB hi3 demeanor in public life and the beauty of his private life which stamped him as a gentle- manand gentleman are all too few in .these modern days. A fine of qne-hundred and thirty-five dollars was assessed against one Ellen A. Newman, a Apostolic faith leader, at Heavenly Houston, for beating and maiming a' Tiaby, thrilled a large crowd of spectators, Buch as examining"the baby's injuries, to "drive out an evil spirit." "Now isn't it true that Newman grabbed everything for the Lord?" the Judge asked." "What do y...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 19 January 1917

I "r Jh -.ii. k Mr. Ed. Hruska, formoraty of Granger, Toxas has accepted a position with The Gerebach--Wacker Co. IT MATTERS NOT what oth- ers say. JAS. C. LAUGHLIN still claims that he can meet hnv rnmnciition IN THE LOAN BUSINESS and CHALLENGES you to INVESTIGATE. See him, if you want a loan or Want to sell some "ON" notes. Mrs. A. M. Garrett and child- ren arrived thia week from Bee- ville. and are occupying the Holt home in the east part of town. . "Libby'a AlaBka Chinook Sal- mon, none better. No. 1 tall cans 20c each at The Gersbach- Wacker Co. Lard cans, Jars and Pails at Tho Gersbach-Wacker Co, H. M. McAdaras made a busi- trip tovorado Monday. -RnRfc Between Grancer and Temple night of Jan, 15, suit case marked H. R. P. Contain- ed school books and boys foot- ball Buit Return to this office for reward. Mr. Geo"rg6 Calvert of Burnet was a Bartlett visitor Wednes- day and made this office an ap- preciated call, H Keep that new car looking hew. Some tasty seat cover samples at ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 19 January 1917

II rsrrr .-... n,,.,rfilvy itwwiji li in ,.,, WWO Gentral Christian Church HwmmiiwmnuMjim, zi l. I'erssaa'M t ! do MEDICINES Ati Patent Medicines handled by us are under . the direct supervision of the Pure food and Drug Act of the United States, -CoBa OBara "5" Stexaii $torc" Bartlett, . Texas Full Line of LOCALS and PERSONALS Mrs. Lucas Rowntree is the guest of Mrs. Albert Mundt in Austin this week. Free dishes Monday night, and 'Free ham Wednesday night at the Crescent. Misses Maid J. Alien and Vir- gie Bell were among those from here that attended the Innugural ball in Austin Tuesday evening. For Sale-Chisholnr White Dent red cob seed corn; took two first prizes at county fair; $2.60 per bushel; supply limited, apply quick to R. H. Caldwell, Rock- dale, Texas, Route 3. Born to Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Serber, a boy. Those little convenience things for your car are at Woodie Rowntree's. The children of Mr. and Mrs. A, B. Hightower who live in the s6qthwest part of town, were reported t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 19 January 1917

nr . 0 V ..-. i K OUR WHITE SALE CONTINUED Young Man Dips In Doctor's Office On account of the infclement weather the specml prices pre- vailing on all Undermuslins and White Goods will be continued up to and incuding Wednesday, January 24th, , Better come and supply your needs for months to come, as the very low prices now prevailing willnot be quoted again soon. New Spring Goods Arriving Daily. Hut to, Tex., Jan. 14. James Fullcnwfder, a young man of this place, died suddenly Thurs- day night. He had gone to a doctor's office for medicne, but died before the doctor was able to do anything to relieve him. His home was with two sistere, who reside here. The body was taken to Austin for interment. "'H f U H & COMPANY- Big Department Store Taylor, Texas First Baptist Church - by Bible school at 10:00 led Prof. G. W. Preddy. Sunt. . 11 a, m. Preaching by tho pastor followed by the Com- munion Service. S p. m. the Sunbeams. 4 p. m. Junior B, Y. P. U. A 7:15 Evangelistic service led ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 19 January 1917

fTTPTmW ir -TT' ;( o, MMiM&SHtM4Mr"tl Wt"uWlil K'-' m p. Ml, :; W KW. -.. . Jfatrfc Noua Club On laat Tuesday the Entro Nous Club met with Mra. Por- 6 reator and spent a most delight- ful afternoon, four tables being filled The honor gueats were: Mifiges Anita Storrs of Granger ( and Nina Bird McCarty of Dal-,(.-as, sister of the hostess. At ..'" the close of the exciting games. ? Mesdames Leslie and Johnnie Wicker had tied for high score. The charming hostess served ap appetizing chili course which was most appetizing for such damp disagreeable weather, By common consent, it was decided that the club should have a president and as Mrs. K. F. Cates had been -the mother of .the organization she was unani- mously elected. The time for the meeting was chanced to the first and third Tuesdays. The next hostess will be Mrs. Heide at the home of Mrs. Cates, Fri- tanuary 19. First Baptist Church Bible school at 10:00 led by Prof. Gt W. Pfeddy, Supt. Preaching by tho pastor 11 a, m. and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 26 January 1917

?MiwwSppW tv Sv.. airtlje r AND NEWS 5 '. iiiHMSmssrrvm te t'Jl' " .' i V. -V-- , 1 .(I jjv a R.P. CATES. HflTOB AND WILBUR FLEWELLEN GIVEN 99 YEARS Georgetown, Tej&g. Jan 20. The jury in tho Flewellen case returned a verdityof guilly at 11:45 tonight, ( assessing the penalty at 99 yearB in the peni- tentiary. Tho jury waB out three hours. Wilbur (Doc) Flew- ellen was charged jointly with Leon Wilson with the killing of Roy McKinley. brother1 of Rob- ert L, McKinley, deputy state labor commissioner, in Temple on the night nt May 19, 1916. FJewellen and Wilson had just reached Temple in an automo- bile from Waco when the shoot- ing occurred. Flewellen's testi- mony at the trial was that ho himself shot McKinley in self- defense The trirl of Wilson . has not yet been held. Flewel- len was tried at Belton in July, bvt no verdict was reached. Judge Spann later placed the case in the Williamson county district court on a change of venue, on his own motion. The ase was called for tria...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 26 January 1917

t . .. ' ' ' i n i i i b. in She TRIBUNE and NEWS Friday, January 26, 1917 Plant trees and aid in civic at- tractiveness. You might, also. C lean up the premises, if they need it. The tendeney to neglect small opportunities and to disregard 1 ittle things is very common. Of all miserable creatures in the world he is the most miser- able who has nothing to do. We have been given handswhich to work and minds with which to think, hence are happiest when busiest. Before every young person lies the big, unconquered world. It is your battle lasting as long as you live, it is a battle royal since every step of progress has been made in the face of obstacles and opposition. There is a tendency among many to seek to do great things, and things that look small are despised, The more I study life the more I am convinced that there are no small things. All things are great if done in a great way. An exchange says two men sometime ago disputing over their respective churches, One was a Cbristion...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 26 January 1917

vj trite a --i "K. il ''I lfi i. i HAVE FAILED TO UNDERSTAND Writer In Atlantic Monthly Crltlclxe the Ideas Held by Great Men Concerning Women. t It seenig tlint the intelligence of irinn cannot solvo the problem of Ionian, which is a bad sign irti su- perior intelligence. Tho. trouble lies mHlue: man assumes fnr lp0rciulily tljttt woman ewntinlly lijffl)!s from man. Hardly n man has lived Who did iiot so exaggerate. Nietzefbp, Sclio- penliauert agreed to despise wom en; Napoleon seemed to viow them as engines of pleasure; for Shuke- spcaro they may well liavc embodied ia romantic ideal, qualified by sport- ive wnntonness. In Walter Scott; .women appear as romance in a cheap edition; Byron in their regard is a beast of prey, Doctor Johnson a pompous brute, and a puritanical sensualist. Cervantes mixed in his romantic outlook a sort of suspi- cious hatred, while Alexandre Du- mas thought them born only to Jay laurel wreaths and orange blopsoms (together with coronets) upon the heads ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 26 January 1917

,f. -r Vhe TRIBUNE and NEWS Friday, January 26, 1917 In one schoolroom in Texas i last year nine cases of itch and three cases of trachoma, or grantulated sore eyes, Bhould haye been figured as part of the cost of maintainance for an in- sanitary wash-basin and a com- mon towel used by all the pupils. In hundreds of schools in Texas this year, the glaring light from windows directly in front of pu- pils is being paid for in spectacles eye-strains, headaches, and men- tal dullness. In many other schools, the old-box stove that scorches the pupil next to it and freezes the one farthest from it is collecting tribute from the community in the forms of pneu- monia and colds, much of which could be prevented by a jacketed stove that would give an even temperature throughout the room. Siece a public schoolroom is to be a very considerable ex- tent a melting-pot for the health of the children of a community, all cheap insanitary equipment is costly of maintenance. Nat. Benton, in Corpus Chr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 26 January 1917

rPM "l ' rtt$ty t iTfim ' Wyntyr P"" k. &l m "V 'it -. V- F m I v. U - HI I H I f i ' m i V, .7 LOCALS and PERSONALS Mesdamcs T. W. Talbot. S. 0. Wilson and Mr. Oscar Lynch visited friends in Taylor Tues- day. See the Hardin Hardware Go., Jf you want to buy a Buicki or Overland automobile. f Mrs. Kate Anderson of Smith- ville and Miss Mary Zapalac of EllinRe are visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Zapalac this week. Those wanting high class photos can get them at my studio over Whitlow's Music Store five days from Friday to Wednesday night the coming woe k. John A. Howell Mesclames B. M. Wilson, J. T, Kamp and Cora Ghaudion visited friends in Taylor Wednesday. Wach' this paper for big new announcement ad next week. Mrs. Volnoy Reed of Holland kas a guest of her mQther, Mrs. ohn Duncan this week. Let us figure with you if you want to buy an automobile Buick and Overland Hardin Hardware Co. ' ( " Mr. J. S. Morgan, ex-county superintendent of Bell county was here Wednesday on business. Mr....

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