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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 23 February 1917

F$3 - t ,.r e TRIBUNE and NHWS '! Fri&y, February 23,4917 After a day's work, a person can rest better, than after .aday 'a idleness. The Loander Times is now edited by GrJr Craven; vice," Or R. Woolsey, - Despite the continued "Bone Dry" proposition, most all of Texas haB plenty of moisture, except Bell and several other cou nties. Those who have plant- ed "oats" are hesitating, "Mine heritage is unto me as a speckled bird, the birds around about are against her; come ye, assemble all tho beasts of the field come to devour. Many pastors have destroyed my vine- yard, they have trodden my por- tion under foot, they have made my pleasant portion a desolate wilderness. The whole land is made desolate, because no man layeth it to heart. "Jeremiah 12: 9, 10. 11. It is all riant to g;o to church, and worship Godthe Creator anil t '-ru fnn flirt Hhivifttt. but" it Ms just sis import, IrY fact, more so, to look after the personal comfort and welfare of those who are in - need. The praye...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 23 February 1917

arfWP. " ,VCTf s ' mC --.. i . - SOME liAPPEHSHGS !H THREE COUNTIES hx IK it &: Il MrB,,SB. Purcell; celebrated her 70th birthday last Thursday February 8th. Seventy years ago on Brushy creek below Round Kock, a baby girl was born to Mr, and Mrs. Freeman Smalley, Bhe being the first white child born in Williamson county. That child was Mrs. S. B, Purcell. When we look about us today, and' observe a population of over 50,000 people, it seems impossible that the first child born in the county Should still be with us. Mrs. Ptirccbll has spent, her .entire. 70 years in Williamson county. May she live to celebrate many more happy birthdays. The Florence Videtre. The followingiChdr tor has been granted by Secretary of State: Bell County Registered Nurses Association of Temple; no capital stock. Incorporators: Wilma Carlton, Miss A. Halloran and Margaret Muhlenbruch. Pennington's Store, which has doing a general dry goodB busi- ness in Granger for more than a year, was sold this week t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 23 February 1917

ctftiMftgg WBKmk&f,v mm . iMiBTiriiiirra iiir i She TRIBUNE and NEWS Friday, February 23, 1917 Plant some peanuts just for a trial. Stand by the business men of Bartlett They are the people who do things. Every inch added to the length of women's dresses means a loss of $10,000 a year to the shoe business. The practice of spitting on tlie sidewalks is one of the worst in the land, when it comes to de- cency. There should be an ordin- ance prohibiting such practice in Bartlett. The death of General Funston came as a great shock to the nation. With the country in a state where war is liable to be declared at any time, it is hard to realize a greater loss to the nation than the passing away of General Funston. The nation will mourn his death, and it will be hard to hard to find an army officer who waa more honored and beloved by the enlisted men than was he. Williamson county people are taking a vary active interest in forming boys' and girls' corn, pig and canning clubs. The wonde...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 23 February 1917

Ih le ft i: V !& Pfc IK. i, K ' ' 'i ' f PUIIiiiimiiiiih i mi iiiimi iiiiiiiii iiiiiiii iiiiiiii mini ii i ' """ in niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimi I ' A '- d,-11 lJUA,lUlflJ, THE CAR COMPLETE CA U6 The Maxwell is complete in every way, Electric Starter, and Lights, Demountable Rims, One Man Top, Speedometer, Etc. There is not one,;thing extra to buy. Smith & Rowntree LOCALS and PERSONALS Mrs. M. L. Serber of Waco came Wednesday for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. N. Serber. Crystal White soap, 6 bnrs for 25c at the Sanitary Gro- cery. Mr, Walter Knight who has been here with his mother, the late Mrs. S A. Knight, return- ed Wednesday to his home in San Antouio. Quality, Economy and Sani- tary. Bartlet Home Laundry at your service. Phone 130. Mrs. Hamblin Barton of Tem- ple is here at her father's bed side, Mr. W. P. Blair. , Just received a large shipment of ladies trimmed hats. Come in and see them. Prices are right. -Ed Heinsohn, Miss Bessie Mitchusson Mr. Kay Moss ot Liiano was a guest ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 23 February 1917

V "rttfUrtfo'" jfci .... -l , . iaai. mii ii hi, ni'" w ' iihtm y" MEDICINES All Patent Medicines handled byTis arts under the direct supervision of the Pure Food and Drug Act of the United States, 8?B1 air Condra "Vho tooxall Siora" Bartlett, - Texas "rfWS Full Line of Medicines wur( and LOCALS and PERSONALS lywto Mr. and Mrs. W. A, Morrow of Waco came down Saturday to be at the bed-side of Mrs. S. A. Knight. With so many satisfied Maxwell users you should not hesitate as to the car to buy. Love and daughter, Miss te of Temple came down Sun- see Mrs, Knight. The BaDtist Woman's Auxili- ary will have their annual bon- net and apron sale March 2, at the home of Rev. J. 0. Khodes. Everybody invited. Mrs. Ray and Miss Barton of Salado were here here Sunday to see Mrs. Knight. I have secured the agency for the Chevrolet car for both Bell and Williamson counties, and can make immediate delivery at any time. A. C. A. Braun. Mrs. C. P. Hawkins has re turned from the Eastern mar- where she ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 23 February 1917

u ' rr. -.-;- ;trijj,Mvfjj'- TJ rif 1 I LVV M" ft- & V s iv ?t'l f.l b." If ?. K V i: i . . S s ft ft ft ft ft s i mn . A Word Of : : Appreciation I E attribute our success of last yearns 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 organizecko do business another year at the same place. Call and see us. W. W. DUNCAN, Manager Shwertner, Texas Paint'urn up & Keep'um There must be something about your place that is crying for PAINT, and we are here to satisfy that crying need Always to be had at our place in small CONVENIENT CANS. for Little Paint'Jobs (The kind they put on houses) S. W. P. 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 Steve Pipe Enamel 25c the can floor Wax 35c the can...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 23 February 1917

i?W T p" """:: 1 rr-T, ; - - -' j',r"'""''",TTrTrini B Steath Of Mrs. S. A. Kni&t. - They On Job All The TimcJ lb In trie death of Mrs. S. A. Knighti of this city, at her homo February, 19, 1917, the town and community have sustained a great loss. The memory of this estimable woman will be tender- ly cherished in the hearts of many who have been the recipi- ents of her kind and neighborly deeds. She was n good christian woman with a heart full of love and charity to all, and thus built for herself a monument more lasting than bronze or stone. She was one of the older inhabitants of this immediate country, hav- ing been born on Onion Creek, near Austin. Travis county, July 12, 1850. Her entire life of al- most sixty-seven years was spent in Bell and Williamson counties and vicinity. Her maiden name was Miss Minta Kuykendall. Mrs. Knight united in marriage to Mr. Joseph B. Knight at Georgetswn, in December 1871, who preceded her in death some seven years. From Georgetown they remo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 2 March 1917

fflFTp r T FTyr-T-r rflWty,. W V"f WTSP .: LJ'j, AND NEWS R. P. CATES, Editor and Pkop. BARTLETT. WILLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY. MARCH 2, 1917. $1.00 Yeah. VOL. XXXI. No. 3 "-vy tea K Announcing "for Tuesday, March 6th - i i . TV- -e snfv:'i - New and Wonderful Spring Stocks In All Completeness. So Coats, in Skirts, in Lovely New Dresses, In Blouses. V. In Sport Suits, Sport Skirts, Etc. Whatever the need may be for Sprifrg Attire. This store's stocks have iJ I cmc!x7Civarl Hiia ioll m7 ovo Y-vYkV"QTkrl ttiwtt oa novhon? naTQV" Kotavq ri-fn ovwnnrv apparel you need, assembled for this, "Formal Opening" and in consequence more than moderately priced. , , The few Blouses Of course you will want a new Blouse to wear with your New Suit, and you will not have to go further than this store to have the privilege of chosing from the best styles. Everything that is new and pretty in Georgette and Crepe de Chine Blouses are numbered among this collection. We have all the high colors now in...

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

V -n. ' "is 1 i "" f T, . it T Ti W "' "PT"? ? v ( J. W. Bailey Arraigns American Politics "VWW" $$sn&b K ' tfJKV r IT'S EASY SAILING, lor Hie man with a Bank Account How is it witli YOU? toAJ arileit uiate Jdank Guaranty Fund Bank. 15he TRIBUNE and NEWS Friday, March 2, 1917 The man who raises nothing but "hell" invariably harvests a full crop. There is a law prohibiting the killing of song birds and parertfs should warn their children of this fact. Are you for a new high school building, a fire sation and a cicy hall? Gome out and vote for it on the 12th of March. "You're writing a gospel, a lyiOVsirir&V pnrVi rlnv hv rhfi rlpfiria. "i.-.? j j n. J AU4 . ' " mau yuu uu uiiu ine wuiua uuil ;vwwou say. ivien reaa wnut you write, whether false or true. Say, what is the Gospel accord- ing to you?" Charles Sweeney a Tom Green county snake charmer and show man, is opening a snake farm near Water Valley, and will raise large, ugly rattlestakes for the market. He now has oyer 700 ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 2 March 1917

& i 1 f" V, BAmwif rt,rf "flf" flffilk? . Hn mumBB Houston Post Annual areain Offer ONE YEAR-DAILY and SUNDAY (Bv . Mail) ONE YEAR-DAILY ONLY (By Mail) This Offer Is Good Only Until 6s00 p..m., March 12 If you would benefit by this unusual bargain regular price is $8.00 clip out the coupon and mail it today. DO IT NOW. 1017 Tlio Honnfon 1'oh, IIoiih(oii( Texas. Gcnlloiucm Iincloupil !h J c'i'Vi (or which you will plctisc hmuI inn n ii j i i f Daily anil Sumlny) . The JIonHton 1'oHt n ., , ' for one year. ( JJnily only ) I lMcnne ntnrl my pniier .. ......... . . Thin Ih a tCV i t SiiIiNcriplioii. Signed.- .. .. ........ - . .- P. O. S)no School Bond Election At Thrall. The city of Thrall will vote on a proposed bond issue of $20,000 for permanent school imorove- ments in that district. Prof. i A. Ferguson, principal of the Thrall public school, was here Saturday and said the proposed building was a modern one in every particular, containing six class rooms, auditorium, princi pal...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 2 March 1917

t HwmfmpwWW Pfffw fif-i pry irTCTwi'-'.' tvt s-r -- rrtWUSTiS s iay ? r m'mSm feii 4VM ,Jf- ' m ?-' -i ii jind NEWS Friday, March 2, 1917 A licht shower of rain fell last qiKht and this morning and the s mist that is falling today looks very encouraging. It would be impossible to estimate the value of a good rain would be to this country at this time. It is plant- ing time now and before much crops can be started moisture is necessary. You can see the dif- ference in the looks of the farm- ers faces when they get even a dew. "Robert Allenl&aden, Presby- terian missionary, stationed at Foo Chow, China, was drowned when the French liner Athos was l torpedoed without warning, 210 Imiles east of Malta on' the 17th. IVhen the ship was struck he Event to the aid of the Chinese pn-board, Otherwise would prob ably nave been saved. Reported large number of troops on board. Not definitely ascertained if ship was transport." The Reverend Haden was raised about thirty miles south of Shreyep...

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

J53y ' 'l r !' A -. r fff r , , , .... i ' i ' i wte ' '' w-i Irfis ,'S r Rk:V mif iip.. ,'t w LOCALS and PERSONALS Mr. Dimrijitt Whitlow has pur- chased the residence of the kto Mrs. S. A. Knight. Selected Meband cotton seed for planting at Rowntee Bro3. Mr. B, M. Wilson was an Aus- tin visitor Wednesday, For Sale-Good all around horse -Ed Malechek. Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Sloah of Taylor were tho guests of Mrs. R. E. L. Powell Sunday. Buy a Maxwell-car, no waiting necessary. Smith & Rowntree. J. H, Scharnberg has purchas- ed a handsome Chevolet auto roadster. Crisco 70c and $1.30 per bucket at the Sanitary Gro- cery. Mr. Roscoe Miller and daugh- ter, Miss Maytne of Coleman are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Jones near Holland. - Walton Dry Goods Company now has on exhibition in their store tho handsome Maxwell . touring car, recently bought of Smjth & Rowntree. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Orr and Mrs. Daniel of Rule are the guests of relatives. See us for white and yellow seed corn rais...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 2 March 1917

"fnvV ' '. -"T '-'qy -TnrTrsx o rji onmvn and PERSONALS Holcomb who HVes east i is among the Rood friends who kindly remembered the Tri- bune the past week. For Sale-Good cord wood $1 50 per cord. Henry Davis, Jarrell, Texas. 2t An unusually large crowd was in town Saturday, and gdod sales are, reported by our business men. For Sale Cornish Indian Game eggs from pure bred stock, at $1 per setting. Mrs. Chester Cocke. 2t Miss Lottie McGinnis of Bart- lett, was the guest of her sisters, Mrs. Emsie Hair and Mrs. J. J. Shaw first of the week. Flor- ence Vidette. ' That Good Gulf Gasoline is for ; Bale by the Bartlett Motor. -Inn -P your t'res doubled and siutbhed at M. A. Brown's shop tThorjidale. All work guaran- teedf, Mr, and Mrs. G. D. Hair and daughter of Bartlett,, were the guests of their son. Emsie Hair in Florence last Friday and Sat- urday. Vidette. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Whitlow were here Sunday from Temple, . 'Remember Woodie Rowntree ?for everything electrial. Lamps delivered, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 2 March 1917

' "wswPijirwrv ftt IfWWWIIWMIWW MjUMi-iy'ijMjiM!.-"!LJ!i'"'J!i'L ".I'-'-lll 1 !' .- . k. P'tfstor t ,., v li THE CAR COMPLETE uXlaxvcrett The Maxwell is complete in every way, Electric Starter, and Lights, Demountable Rims, One Man Top, Speedometer, Etc. There fs ' not one4.thing extra to buy. Smith -& Stowntree uiiariHW HHJim Wholesale Liquor Dealers Must Close at 9:30 State Comptroller Terrell is- sued a statement calling atten- tion to complaints that some wholesale and retail concerns are operating under their wholesale licenses at all hours of the day and night. The comptroller says that wholesale liquor dealers are controlled by the same 9:30 o'clock closing law as operates for retail liquor dealers and in- sists they must confino their operations to the same hours as are permitted in their retail license. Austin American. Jacob Isaac fer Mt ST. CHARLES HOTEL Waco, Texas Right in theCenter of the Bus- iness District. On the Main Sb (Modern Equipments Headquarters for all o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 2 March 1917

istt.ytrv "-'& T "'XT '"'"' EJ" mm Iv O "' flMPS I afccfo This Space eek W Next W FA8R0HILD LUMBER GO. Phone No. 3. D. D. FAIRCHILD, JR. First Baptist Church. 10 a. rh. Bible school, 11:00 a. m. Preaching by the paator. Subject, "leam Work, or Borne of Four" 3 p. m. Sunbeams. 4 p, m. Junior B. Y. P. U. Preaching at 7:80 p. m. Sub- ject, "Some of the things Right- fully expected of a Saved Per- son," Monday 3:30 All departments of the Ladies Auxiliary will meet at the church. Wednesday 7:30 Mid-week Prayer Meeting. A cordial welcome is extended to you at all our services. J. C. Rohdes, Pastor. The Christian religion gives t.hftiQfle clear note, the one dis- ; call, the one vision which anity has of the eternal Srld. Lutheran Church Sunday School every Sunday at 9:30 a. m. Service will beheld every Sun- day at 10:30 a. m. , Young People's Association meets every first Sunday in each month at 2 p. m. Ladies Aid Society meets eyery second Wednesday of the month at 2 p. m. Church cho...

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

nM -J(vl,Wfi, I ftkcff3rfiSaf AND NEWS R. F. CATES, Editor and Prop. BA.RTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDAY. MARCH 9, 1917. $1.00 Year. VOL. XXXI. No. 40 "1 V X- h R. R. WHITE OF TEMPLE, DEAD. Dr. Raletah R. White, one of the best known citizens of Tem- ple and widely known not only throughout Texas, but enjoying a national reputation as physi- cian and surgeon, prominent for many years in connection with the private institution with which he was associated and la- so as one of the chief surgeons of the Santa Fe railroad, died at his home in Temple Friday morn- incc at 9 o'clock. Death came after only a few hours of illness. Dr. White was 45 years of age and as unusually active and busy man, was up Wednesday in hid ordinary health. He worked at his office Until 8 o'clock Wednesday even- ing, and became ill at about 10 o'clock Wednesday night. His illness was an affectioii of the heart, known as angina pecOris. He became comparatively easy by Thursday morning but be- come much w...

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

fr LK ? TRIBUNE and NEWS Friday, March 9,1917 Sling mud at tho living and throw flowers at the dead, is the way of the world nowadays. In all the category of mean- ness, there is no meaner trick than passing a car and then slowing down. Good morning! Let's talk more about making Bartlett a better and bigger town and less about the war and our neighbors. If you want to appreciate Bart- lett's paved streets, good lights and water works system more than ever, go to some other towns and the job is complete. The man who is so engrossed in his private business affairs that he has no time to devote to the welfare of his town or com- munity, is not worth much as an enterprising citizens. Get in- terested in your town occasion- ally, and clear up that conscience. Elmer Temple's team of horses become frightened at the rear of the Enterprise office last Tues- day afternoon and ran until stop- ped by a telephone post near the section. Troy Enterprise. The rear of the average print- ing office i...

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

'J Houston Post Annual UTT areain r ONE YEAR-DAILY and SUNDAY (By Mail) ONE YEAR-DAILY ONLY (By Mail) This Offer Is Good Only Until 6s00 p. mo, March 12 If you would benefit by this unusual bargain regular price is $8.00 clip out the coupon and mail it today. DO IT NOW. .inn Tho Houston Poh(, HonH(oi), Tcxjin. Genilcmcm Endowed 1h J 1550 J ioT w,,'cl1 yu wil1 I'lcnsn "" "o The IToDRton Post Dnily nail Sumlny) Daily only J for out) ypnr. IMcnse Hdirt my paper Thin !h n (Now ( rcnow ni;)s Sitbncription. Signed I P. O. Stale. When you think of CANDY think of Nick Patts y,t.AAU.. Burglars Caught Last July there was a burglary committed at Schwertner in this country, tho postoffice and a hardware store beiqg burglar- ized. The investigation of Will Weathersby in reference to the recent burglary in Georgetown, led to learning of his and his brother, John, selling a gold watch to Mose Hardnutt. On investigation the watch proved to have come from Schwertner. Officers Brady and Allen then ar...

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

v:TW$ iJfvspfpl 'Wit f ', ',..,' ' ' ff rc it k &he TRJBUNB and NEWS Friday, March 9, 1917 Which is the greatest griev- ances to papist editors; First Chief Carranza of Mexico, or Governor Catts of Florida? Don't pass strangers within our Rates without a cherry howdy-do. By extending the glad hand to visitors you impress them with tho cordiality of. our citizenship and make them feel that they would like to live here. The Hillsboro Daily Mirror says truly: Did you ever visit a town where everybody nodded or spoke pleasantly to you? Did you go to church where it seemed like every member tried to greet you and make you welcome, in- viting you back to future ser- vices? If you have, you felt like you wanted to come back to that town or that church, You felt that if you moved from the present location you would come to that town, and if you joined a church you would like to be- long to that one. Hospitality pays whether in building a town, a church, or a business. Lack of it never f...

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

n v- We will load a car of live Poultry next Mon- day, March 12th. We will pay cash or trade on that day. Please remember that this price is only good for this day and same to be de- livered at the car near the Katy Depot Mon- day Only. Hens per pound 15c Large Fryers per pound 15c Old Roosters per pound 6c Ducks per pound 14c Geese per pound 6c Turkeys per pound 17c Pigons per dozen 75c Guienas each 15c Old Butter per pound 30c Eggs IWyrket Price Hold everything until Monday Morning and bring to the car. P. S. Please do not feed your fowels the night before coming. Lawrence Brothers Bartlett, Texas m f- Worked Over Gin'Jngines Steam Pumps and Gasoline Engines. Corliss engine work our specialty.Boilers always on hand. RMAN & STEIRLY, Taylor, Tex. LOCALS and PERSONALS Mr. A. B. Hightower and fami- ly have moved to Granger. Everything to wear for Men' and Boys, no advance in prices, i although merchandise is advanc-i ing every day, St Louis Store. District Clerk T. W. Wilson' and ...

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