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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 26 January 1917

Tr v) tin"' i"?mf ii tmn ri ii uwiriiii .miiai i t , tit , f .. MEDICINES Atl Patent Medicines handled by as are under the direct supervision of the Pure Food and Drug Act of the United States, Gondra (c t "Uhe ffloxall Store J Bartlett, Full Line of LOCALS and PERSONALS Mr. Goeth, representating the Palmer Paper Co., of Houstpn, paid the Tribune a pleasant call last Saturday. Quilt cotton at Bartlett Oil Mill, 3-pounds for 25cts. Mrs. R. S. Sutton and babe of Austin came home last Satur- day for a few days visit. Get your tires doubled and stitched at M. A. Brown's shop at Thorndale.,All work guaranteed. Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Rowntree, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Allen and Miss Ira Mae Allen were Temple visitors last Friday. New Spring hats are now on display at Mrs. Cole's. You are cordially invited to call and in- spect them. Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Fairchild saw "A World of Pleasure" in Temple Friday evening. Free dishes Monday night, and Free ham Wednesday night at the1 Crescent. Mrs. D. D. Fai...

Publication Title: Bartlett Tribune And News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 26 January 1917

TWj"yrf frf"! m . ryrrrvjrr, 'i i- Bl. v , i .: ") t. '.?'. fcs- '' &.. :K,- K . ' if , SOME HAPPENINGS OF THREE COUNTIES J. N. Williamson, hail been an employee of the A. J. Wukasch dry goods and grocery company for several monthB past, died Sunday night at 12:30 following a nine days illness with pneu- monia. Killeen Herald. MrChas. 0. Young and Miss Lillian Poe were married Tues- day evening at 7:30 o'clock at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs, J. S. Poe several miles south of Killeen. Rev. T. J. Slaughter spoke the beautiful and solemn words that made the two hearts beat as one. Herald. Through the courtesy of con- tractor C, W. Gunn. the editor this week had the pleasure of looking over the plans for the Hope Camp's new residence at San Gabriel. Mr. Camp will have one of the most modern and comfortable homes in the county, with electric, lights, water works, sewerage and heating systems. The founda- tion plan is 50x54, which givejs .an Idea of the size of the bui...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 26 January 1917

if ' ,& ,r ft fc K K, J ). U tj FJ R f l I Ifr awiiiaiiiaiiiiiwiiriwwwniWMiiiiiiBiM iiMiiMimmiiBiiiiiuniiii 1 91 8 The Sensation New York Auto Show --1 91 8 The New 1918 Model PAIGE CARS HAVE ARRIVED Before buying a car, see the new PAIGE SEDANS and convertible winter top PAIGE TOURING CARS. NOW ON DISPLAY A. A. "ZIZINIA, Agent, Taylor, Texas Good Proposition for Sub Dealer. Communicate at Once. Prompt Shipments Can Be Made On Account of Booking a Large Quantity of Cars. Men with Monejr aid Character conduct our Mji-OaMEsZL sieffjf -skis. I m W Bank ' sPKssSiKs m.Si Temple Residence Burned Temple. Jan. 22. The A. J. Dunlap residence on East Bur- ton avenue was almost complete- ly destroyed by fire on Sunday I morning at 4 o'clock. Mr. Dun- lap and family had a narrow escape from the flames, besides losing all of their cherished pos- sessions. The residence was valued at $2000. a small part of which was retnrned through in- surance on the house and house- hold effects. MEMBER FED...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 9 February 1917

W jfa JP -Wyfc),WgBSS dk C B53 fi W5' s AND NEWS r-ffc R. F. CATES. Editor and Prop. , BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 9, 1917. $1.00 Year. VOL. XXXI. No. 36 PULP OUT INTERSGHOLASTIC POLL TAXES PAID SUBMISSION DE- FEATED IN HOUSt SCHOOLS WILL COTTON STALKS PLAN MEETING IN BELL COUNTY " , .. .'& yM, -1 . fcW- h IKS r. ft" iH 1 1.:, x Austin, Feb. 1. The work of organizing a company with capU taxation of $200,000 for the purpose of manufacturing pulp stock from cotton stalks and to establish a demonstration plant tin Centgal Texas,, near VVaco, is "said to be proceeding satisfac- tory, Jbut quietly. ,. L As soon as the capital stock is all subscribed and the company Organized, it is said, the machin- ery for the mill, now stored in Philadelphia, will now be shipped to Texas and installed in the building that has been donated to the "company. Jt is hoped that this may be done .before the farmers hove destroyed the cot- ton stalks in their fields, for it is hope...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 9 February 1917

, '&. !& B EDi- j , She TRIBUNE and NEWS Friday February 9, 1917 Bartlett'is noted fof its pretty residences, and civic attractive- ness. Let it ever be thus. Truck fntmers of South Texas estimate that their loss owing to last week's freeze, will reach in- to thousands of dollars. T)nn.nnlrf.',in T I? Pnl-nn -s4- this fiotorial district, a news- paperman, has introduced a bill iu the legislature requiring all legal notices to be published in some newspaper. It is a good law and wo understand has ai good chance of passing. George town Sun. The controlling interest of thef Waco Morning News has been bought by E. S. Fentress and E. C. Marsh of Des Moines, Iowa, -who took charge on February 1. Mrs. Marsh will be editor of the News and Mr, Fentress business manager. Hon. Clarence Ousley, director of the extension department of the Agricultural and Mechanical college, speaking about the cot- ton crop situation says that the only safe plan of farming this year is to make sure of fo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 9 February 1917

Ttf ' JF V ' I; itj lf rate. - f LOANS About B artlett I have placed a number of Good Ebans in thd,' Bartlett com- munity and want to place more. Three Prisoners Draw Pen Limits. Georgetown," Tox., Feb. 2.- The January term of the Crimin- al District Court, for this, Twenty-Sixth Judical District, closed today. Judges James R. Ham- ilton and George Calhoun signed the minutes prepared by Di-trict Clerk T. W. Wilson and declared the term at an end. Much busi ness was transacted at this term and the docket was greatly re- lieved of its congested condition. The limit, ninety-nine years in the penitentiary, wus given three defendants during the month. UWMIMHJUmHUmUflUWI I Z) I OFFER- Lower Interest Rates than Anybody $10 to $20.00 Higher Higher Valuation Quick Service No Red Tape Can handle Any Size Loan, and AM DOING THE LOAN BUSINESS OF THIS SECTION. Ask Anybody About the Belton Court House What the Records Show. Bought Kerrville P.aper State Comptroller, Henry B. Terrell of Austin, wa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 9 February 1917

m$y HfSrfSVW ST--, af - a3W " ' ' jprye y ay W : i k I. p- l - Vfc"Wt 6e TR.1BUNE aud NEWS Friday, February 9, 1917 Go to church Sunday. In the Arm of Head and Tongue. Head is too often the silent partner. Ingrowing hair may not be as painful as ingrowing nails but it is more obseiyable to the general public, If a healthy, robust idea should stray into the head of some peo- ple it would die of the blues from sheer loneliness and lack of exercise. The Senate on Wednesday created a new county of Texas, this new county bears the name of Hudspeth, being named for Senator Hudspeth, who intro- duced the bill for the new coun- ty. This county was created out of a portion of El Paso county, cut off by a line running north and south through Fort Han- cock, Texas now has 246 counties Bartlett has enough public spirited citizens to keep the town up-gade, regardless of some who might attempt to retard its pro- gress. All abroad for a bigger and better Bartlett, What has become of the old f ash-...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 9 February 1917

f3WWnW'''W3l? v vz ;- r LOCALS and PERSONALS W. G. Whitlow was minRlinp: withhla many Bartlett friends Wednesday: Woodie Rowntree was in Waco Wednesday. WAR IS DECLAUED-on your dirty Buit, wo have what it takes to make iflook new. Per- kins The Tailor. J, D, Slawson was a business visitor in Georgetown Wednes- day. Wanted Girl to do housework for family of two. Apply to Clyde Ruda8ill at Leslie's store. Mrs, Rogers McCarty and little son of Austin are the guests of the Misses Bell. Wanted A Rirl to do light nouseworK prerer uerman or Bohemian, in nice home. See Mrs. S. E, Whitlow. Mrs. R. S. Sutton has return- ed to Austin after several days visit with friends here. The Parents-Teachers Associa- tion will meet at school building Tuesduy afternoon at i o'clock. We might lino 6r shop with silver and gold, but if we do not do good tailoring work we would not be doing the Rood business that we are. Perkins, The Tail- or. Mrs, M L. Mintors of Mus- kogee, Gkla,, is visiting her sis- ter, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 9 February 1917

4fc . I ? IV l '': MEDICINES. All Patent Medicines handled by us are under the direct supervision of .the Pure Food and Drug Act of the United States, A. 1; Lionara & uiair "Vhe ftoxall Store1' Bartlett, - Texas ANAV Full Line of Valentines LOCALS and PERSONALS Mrs. Lamb was over with a party of friends from Bartlett for a day with her friend, Mrs.. M, 0. Kuler. They made the trip by auto. Thorndale Thorn. For Sale Good red top cane seed at $2.50 per bushel. Phone S. L. Roberts. 169-F12, Bartlett, Texas. 4 Mesdames I. L. Brown and C. M. Blair were Temple vipitors Saturday. Crusto lard, extra good yalue, we have too much in stock.r Buy now at $1.65 and save 15 per cent. Farmers Mercantile Co. Miss Ruby McCarty was a week-end guest of Mrs. W, G. "Whitlow at Temple. Get your tires doubled and stitched at M. A. Brown's shop at Thorndale. All work guaran- teed. . Miss Alexander of LaGrange was " the guest of Mrs. A. R. Gro3se this weeks Fancy head rice at $1.95 per hundred. Cheaper t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 9 February 1917

ft -iftl; itow-"A ft.-' 19MB V" mi 1 1 i i ,v SOME HAPPENINGS IN THREE COUNTIES John M. Rutledgo has traded his ranch near Jarrell for a home in Jarrell and a farm in the Bis- hop country in South Texas, He lus moved his family to Jarrell, and had just returned from South Texas' Florence Vidette, F. M. and Earl Evans have re- turned from Gooso Creek oil field and report that part of the State in a flourishing condition. F. M. Evans is the owner of a tract of land near the oil, field, and he ia, qf course interested in oil de- velopment in that section. Granger News. In the case of Sherrill vs Ro- tan, which occupied the time of the District Court all Inst week, the jury brought averdict Mon- day.for the plaintiff, giving him all the money sued for. with in- terest for several years. This case grew out of the sale of some stock in a Jand company in Old Mexico some years ago. Bolton Journal. The Bell County Grand Jury has adjourned till Feb. 19th. Thirty bills charging felony and misd...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 9 February 1917

s"- '( $ I iflfc RT 31 W E . ItyA.O IK . ... ialrfflSg tXZWJZBSKSms'-.' i Ms Don't Let The War Talk Scare You v -a . "- BUY LAN 51 While YouTGct jt At HALF PRICE. "vmwBrees TWO TRACTS of 1,000 Acres each thatjoin, only 10 miles of this city, 3 miles of R. R. Town where there is a Gin, Store, P. 0., School and good settlement, also located right on good graded Sublic Road. The soil is a dark loam, some call it black, yet it is not, produces the best crops of any land in this section, has Mesquite Trees for wood and post, Very little small brush. . Fine water can be had anywhere. Offering this for this month only at $12.50 Per Acre, Good Terms -' This land can't be duplicated at less than $20 per acre. We can sjiow you one horse farmer who made $500 to $1,500 each, farming on the same class land as this after the storm in August the past year, when you think of getting all good land at this price it sounds unreasonable, yet we are here 0to show your This is the last tract located like...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 16 February 1917

yft fr i ?U AND NEWS' rJA-.y. " R. J7. CATES, Bditok and Pkop. BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16, L917. 51.00 Year. VOL. XXXI. N6. Sr H i 80b w4 A' JrJP JW' TUl' dealers7 mum Lutheran Conference Hold Meeting. Mr. E. L. Hardin, who recent- ly returned from ,,the State Re- tail Hardware Dealers Associa- tion, which met in Dallas, re- ports a most oleaaant and profit- able session of that association. Royal entertainment was pro- vided for the delegates, but this was not the only feature, as much important business was transacted. Many interesting papers were read, including sev- eral endorsing newspaper adver- tising as the best medium for reaching the public, all of which Mr, Hardin endorses, preaches and practices. - . Among the resolutions adopted by the association, was one urg- ing the repeal of the State pis- tol law. The resolution reads: While we do not advocate the encouraging of sales of pistols, we feel that they are an abso lute necessity in every hom...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 16 February 1917

"wftSrj r s I 1 it r-JTT" ?i" "jrj'Tr?' l j l h n is ' i a SrUpf wBmmBattkmmV 7xti lBmmttmwSmmwB iJ5t 4' Msc R? Sir Ik"' Mitt sv e TRIBUNE ami NEWS Friday, February 16, 1917 Remember that Bartlett is pccjKressinjr, and be sure that you do nothing to retard the progress. You know that means to yote right. With peanuts selling for $1.15 per bushel, it seems that many farmers in this section would plant a croj). 'Mr. Frank Mills has purchased the Round Rock Leader from Mr. J. D. Hudson. Mr. Mills has been editing the Leader for sometime. We wish for the new proprietor success in his new venture. ' The Lenten season begins next week, Wednesday, Febru- ary 21 being Ash Wednesday, the first day of the penitential period. Lent is observed by communicants of the Catholic and Episcopal churches, and 40 days of Lent being a time of in- trospection and self-denial. In this enlightened community the day of barbarism should have long since passed, but judging by some things of wnich we are guilt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 16 February 1917

m '. SOME HAPPENINGS IN THREE COUNTIES The Thorndale Oil Mill has! beeti temporarily closed down from a lack of water. The con- tinued drouth is becoming seri- ous. The large pond which fur- nishes the towns supply has been dry fort some time and a limited supply has been furnished from n small pond. Private cisterns are being rapidly ex- austed and if it doesn't rain soon water for domestic purposes will have to be shipped in or hauled from the San Gabriel river. -Thorn. Georgetown, Feb, 10. Mrs. S. E. Parks, for more that fifty years a resident of Georgetown, coming here from Arkansas, died at the home of her niece. Mrs. R. M. Martin of Austin. The body was brought here and buried in the Odd Fellows' Cemetery Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Parks was the mother of four children, all living, Mrs, Bettie Shackelford of Austin; Will T. Parks of Canadian; D. Parks of Georgetown and Clar- ence Parks of Temple. Borrow In Te Money mple A man seeking a loan is entitled to the BEST TERMS he can g...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 16 February 1917

ESBfifil crr R.IBUNE and NEWS Friday, February 1G, 1917 A man with only a few dollars Should place it in a bank. It's the only way surplus money can be placed in circulations There are numerous advantages of put- ting money in the- banlu It's more business like. It's more safe. By paying bills with checks you get a receipt tor all money paid out, as the returned checks. act as a receipt. You will be less likely to spend the money than if it were in your pocket. You will be ambitious to see .your bank balance increase and I you will soon be a man of thrift. It will inculcate the saving habit. When help is needed banks help those who help them. oung men especially should get ie banking habit. Grandview ibune. Bartlett is dotted with many sautiful residences, substantial isiness houses, line public F:hool building, splendid church iiifices, gins, oil mill, ice fac tory, steam laundry, planing hill and paved streets. The next bermanent structures should be city hall and high school buil...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 16 February 1917

;t t Now Is Your Opportunity S. L. Boone, Chiropractic Mas- seur from the "Boone Institute" of Austin will bo in Bartlett for a short while. Examination free, office at J. K, Powers, phone 109 East Front street, opposite the M. K. & Depot. MMl V me THE CAR COMPLETE EMlaxarell The Maxwell is complete in every way, Electric Starter, and Lights, Demountable Rims, One Man Top, Speedometer, Etc. There is not one4.thing extra to buy. mith & Rowntree LOCALS and PERSONALS Dr. R. W. Barton of Temple was here Wednesday to see Mrs. J. B. Knight who continues very ill. If its to wash. Remember we have the tubs and know how. Bartlett Homo Laundry. Phone 130. Misses Holman and William's of Temple are here nursing Mrs. J. B, Knight. , For Sale Buick automobile cheap. J. W. Hightowerc . Mrs. R. S. Sutton of Austin visited friends here this week. Tax Assessor F, C. Humphrey of Georgetown was here Tues- day assessing taxes. Quality, Economy and Sani- tary. Bartlet Home Laundry at your service...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 16 February 1917

en -ml fv-' WH ismswi ft s 'V?.'v t BM W-' fft- .-,, ..,-.,, I K f I K I' B MEDICINES All Patent Medicines handled by as are under the direct supervision of the Pure Food and Drug Act of the United States, Gondr & Blair "UAe ftexall Store" , Bartlett, - Texas Full Line of LOCALS and PERSONALS Born, to Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Ellis, Tuesday, a girl. Save your Jfffy Jell coupons they are good for one box of Jiffy Jell at Lawrence Bros. Don't fail to. see "Where Are My Children?" at the Crescent Theater, February 21. This is Esmething every mother and father should see. Mr. and Mrs. S. 0. Wilson of Beltonlhave moved to Barlett, and are occupying the Douthitt residence on Jackson street. Ripe Olives in 15c and 25c cans at The Gersbach-Wacker Co. Miss Maid J. Allen is visiting her brother, Mr. Ed Allen in Granger this week. We are in the market for Country Lard and bacon. The Gersbach-Wacker Co. Mr. Ed Lawrence was in Waco Tuesday on business. Car of "American Beauty" flour received this ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 16 February 1917

' f ' n" ' V '...--'"T as u It ft -A' xlWFi I I s i S A Word Of Appreciation '. I E attribute our success of last year's business to the confidence in our quality of goods. " We have New Goods arriving daily and are better prepared than ever to serve the people. Unfailing courtesy to our patrons and a desire to give satisfaction is our pleasure. We aresthoroughly organized to do business another year at the same place. Call arid see us. Dun Hardware Co. W. W. DUNCAN, Manager Schwcrtncr, Tcxds Paint'um up & Keep'um There must be something about your place that is crying for PAINT, and we are here to satisfy that crying needAlways to be had at our place insmall CONVENIENT CANS. For Little Paint Jobs ' (The kind they put onhouses) S. W. P. 1 "Brown, White," Red, Blue and Yellow. 35 cents the can " ' Enameloid 40c the can Bath Enamel 50c the can Aluminum 35c the can Gold Paint 25c the box ' Stove Pipe Enamel 25c the can Floor Wax 35c the can Floor Wipe 60c the can Makes the floor lo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 16 February 1917

urr.si r rtfw Iiii' ivMManninnMBHiiBBiHnHninMMHH .J. WfV t" ', ! wffi$i'- .wwr&T'jKjF&m & & u $k A' . is' ':? ". . li .'W r h ih a. ?' ft If ;? 4 f-ft IflVi- i r r IM P IL If fr PS' I II I Don't Let The War Talk Scare You BUY LAND While You Get It At HALF PRICE. TWO TRACTS of 1,000 Acres each that join, only 10 miles of this city, 3'miles of R. R. Town where there is a Gin, Store, P. 0., School and good settlement, also located right on good graded Public Road. The soil is a dark loam, some call it black, yet it is not, produces the best crops of any land in this section, has Mesquite Trees for wood and post, very little small brush. Fine water can be had anywhere. Offering this for this month only at $12.50 Per Acre, Good Terms This land can't be'duplicatedfat less thanl$20 per acre. We can show you one horse farmer who made $500 to $1,500 each, farming on the same class land as this after the storm in August the past year, when you think of getting all good land at...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 23 February 1917

,.., tX .(P -ririW i"fl . . ,r. .-. AND NEWS f R.F. CATESEditor and Prop. BA'RTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY. 23, 1917. $1.00 Year." VOL. XXXI. No, 38 w:.f-iy. IteftMf Mtat , -, 4. t" I f ?P I.. i: w 8K i. ?, Sfe- IP. MS IV 1" w , "'" tiu whtjl W.-m &V&isik'AM UPLAND KILLS HIMSELF Taylor, Texas, Feb. 19. -Carl Wfeusse, a well to do and promi- nt farmer residing, two miles , " .from Coupland, was found dead nday. By his side was a sine.- arrel shotgun. Her had ap cntly placed the gun's muz- . against his eye and pulled the trigger. When members of the family, hearing the gUn re- port from his room, rushed in the found him lying on the floor orrhis hack,' the gun by his side. Justice J. T. Kellum, justice of u the peace, held an inquest. No cause whatever is known for Mr. PreuBse's rash act He was in comfortable circumstances and had resided for many years in this community. He is survived by hia widow and several young children, the oldest of whom is about ...

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