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

Chester was the Antonio LOCALS and PERSONALS Walter Knijrht returned to his home in San Antonio Monday after several days spent here. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Wilson' ttSwero Temple visitors Monday. For Sale- Uooa cord wooa $i ou jprcord. Henry Davis, Jarre!!, Cexa. t Mr. E. B. Moore, the efficient Hfiashier for the Katv here was in pjunter this week on business. r.ipor Sale Cornish Indian Game totra from Dure bred stock, at Ia . ;. ,, ni. per Betting, Mrs. focke. 2t Mrs. S. It. Cockrell nest of friends in San the past week. That Good Gulf Gasoline is for sale by the Bartlett Motor. -Inn Miss Roberts of Elgin was the week-end guest of her sister, Irs. C. P. Hawkins. Get your tires doubled and Bstitched at M. A. Brown's shop atThorndale. All work guaran teed. Miss Allie Moore who is attend ing school in San Marcos spent the week-end with her sister, Mrs. J. B. Knight. Remember Woodie Rowntree for everything electrial. Lamps delivered, phone for them. Messrs Fred Taylor and R. N. Sexton wer...

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

R'wg? h HI W W THE UNIVERSAL CAR In the scale of advance business costs, Ford travel continue the same positive econ- omy. City and country salesmen, manufac- turers, merchants, professional men -every demand for motor car transportation is satisfi- ed in the Ford car at about two cents a mile to operate and maintain. Over 1,750,000 Ford cars are making performance & profits every day. Runabout $345, Touring Car $360, Coupelet $505, Town Car $595, Sedan $645 all f. o. b. Detroit. Place your order now. BARTLETT GA11AGE Wilson Signature Makes Fourteen States Bone Dry ' 'Washington, D. C. Mii'rch 3.- President Wilson toddy aigned the postoffice appropriation bill containing the "bone dry" prohi- bition provision Tile ''bone dry" provision of the postal bill is the first direct legislation by the Government prohibiting the liquor traffic. Fortrteen States which have prohibition laws, but do not prohibit the importation of cer" tun quantities of liquor for per- sonal use, will be mad...

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

An Enjoyable Affair. nriiMimjmiiMul " I 4. t .w EMaxMTell $635 The World's Greatest Motor Car Value You can pay more than the Maxwell price and get greater size, and weight with the result an increase in operating expense. But every feature that conslitutes motoring service and satisfaction is a part of the Maxwell car. And the price of $635 this means that the Maxwell stands pre-eminently as THE WORLD'S GREATEST MOTOR CAR VALUE. TOURING CAR $635 All prices f. o. b. Detroit mith & Rowntree BARTLETT, TEXAS Tho receptirn given at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Fow- ler. Monday eveninst by the Mus- ic Club in honor of the visiting musicians. Messrs Carl Venth and Reuben Davies of tho Texas Woman's College, Ft Worth, was J a most delightful affair. The club had as guests for this oc- casion the husbands and sweet hearts of the members, the tea-! chers and officers of the Parent- Teachers Association. The guests were met at the door by Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Fow- ler and immediately the ...

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

( Itattljeff &"w (&t AND NEWS mitt pty " Hh'.m Mn rim WWP pnTSpRO "" "bARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY, JEXASjIDAY, MARCHG, 1917. $L00 Year. VOL. XXXI. NpJl OND ISSUE IS CARRIED. 1hr rnsult of the bond issue qtion held last Monday mark- rinnther eDOch in the history ' fiartlett's Drocress. when the . voces cast recorded 136 to 17 in faV.or of the high school bmldiriE and 126 to 18 in favor of the city hail. As will be npted there was but little opposition to the move- ment, which proves conclusively MM MEET IN HIGHWAY BILL WACO APRIL 15-16. Though the directors of the grand lodge, Son of Hermann, voted to postpone the biennial sessions for one year, it was learned today that there is a probability of the meeting being held in Waco, on the dates ori- ginally announced, April 16-18. Elaborate preparations have been made for the entertainment nf tVio vipit-nm hv the local ar THORNDALE MAN IS FOUND HANGED. mdnt. which proves cone Jjaweiy fc lt and it is thht the citizenship of our li...

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

' --y m i innlimiimiiiiiiiiiii ,, , ,, . mlMM , BWSi-' k . . . ft We take this method of announcing a three days cooking school and lecture, be- ginning March 19th and continuing for three days. Mrs. Honegger, special lecturer and cooking expert will be in charge. Mrs. Henegger is also an expert in the use of and demonstration of "WEAR-EVER" Aluminum Utensils, WEAR- EVER Utensils will be used in all lecturers and demonstration during the three days cooking school and your special attention is called to the many ways one can cut the high cost of living by their use. This school is open to everyone., Ladies have a special invitation to be present. Comfortable seats will be provided aoucv-junii wisw liioll yv tan uu iu imcirwc uui visit piCctsmil anil prOTltaoie. SOME OF THE THINGS THAT WILL BE DONE 1. Food will be boiled dry-will be BURNED in an aluminum kettle and the kettle will be made clean and bright again, -as good as new. 3. A whole meal will be cooked in a double roaster over ...

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

-Vf vWVt -J '" TDjFr J 3" nf K- -,i-1 -l - LAND BANK OFFICERS NAMED. WafhinHton, D. C, March 10, The Federal Farm Loan Board today announced the following appointments of officers and di- rectors of the Federal Land Bank at Houston: President and di- """reVtor, M. H, Gossset, DallaB; I uico president and director, W. t V. t.obby, Beaumont; treasurer ana -director: J. A. Thompson, 1 Ty ori secretary and director, J ff, 'A. Lindsey, Tyler; director, j T. X. Caldwell, Austinjlregistrar r and attorney, Charles A. Leddy, TyWr. m H. Gossett is a farm loan a. He served two terms in ;State Legislature, against iTifieh ownership of lands and limiting corporate ownership; actively engaged in the ing business; was formerly a we vice vresmenc ana gener- nselforthe Sam Houston surance Company, which m r ition ne resignea in ivw. Thompson for a number has been engaged in the retail lumber business. He op- erateslarge farms. W. P. Hobby is Lieutenant Governor of the State. H. A, Lindsey has until ...

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

15he TRIBUNE and NEWS Friday, March 16, 1917 Boy's Essay On Editors. A county school boy was told to write an essay on editors, says theFallbrook (Cal) Enterprise, and this is the result: "'Don't know how newspapers came to be in the world. I don't think the good Lord does, for he ain't go anything to say about an editor in the Bible. I think the editor is one of the missing links you read of and stayed in the bushes until after the flood and then came out and wrote the thing up and has been here eyer since. I don't think he ever died. I never seen seen a dead one and never heard of one get- ting licked. "If a doctor makes a mistake he buries it and the people das- sant say nothin'. When an editor makes a mis- take there is big swearing and a big fuss, but if a doctor makes a mistake there is a funeral, cut flowers and a perfect silence "A doctor can use fa word a yard long without anybody know ing what it is, but if an editor uses one he has to spell it. "If a doctor goes to see an...

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

LOCALS and PERSONALS Ollie Davis was among those from hero who attended the Fat Stock Show in Ft W6rth. LostBetween Bartlett and Granger one watch bracelet. Finder please leave at Tai bune .office and receive reward. Mr. T. P. Robinson was called to Temple last Saturday to assist in formulating the program of the Bell County Fair which con- venes the first week in October. Mr. T. P, Robinson has been busy this week making improve- ments on his farms east of town. It's time to take Alpenkrauter and purify your blood. For sale by Nowotny. Messrs Fred Montgomery, N. Shults and 0. R. Cline are in Mineral Wells for the benefit of their health. J. M. Markham and son of Holland, were Santa Fe passen- gers for Lubbock this week. Belton News. vi ED. V. PRICE & COMPANY CHICAGO, U. S. A. Feb. 22, 1917. Mr. H. L. Perkins, Bartlett, Texas . Dear Sir: Following the custom pursued by us -for many years, we wish our old customers, as we as our new, to return any coat made by us during the past ...

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

;? "TTftfJ. hL MEDICINES Atlj'.Patent Medicines handled by us are under the direct supervision of the Pure Pood and PrugAct of the United States, Condra C? Blair. "Vho ftexall Store" Bartlett, - Texas Full Line of Medicines I I LOCALS and PERSONALS A. G. Kelm of Route 2. orders the Tribune sent to his address. Try a can of ripe olives at Lawrence Bros. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Lee CatinK. a boy. Just received a large shipment of ladies trimmed hats. Come in and see them. Prices are rightEd Heinsohn, C. E. Lamb, one of the indus- trious farmers, who liyes east of Granger, orders the Tribune. We are at last located and de- sire that all our friends visit us. If you are not in the market for anything in our line you are wel- come just the same. Gall and see us. T. M. Randolph. Born, to Mr, and Mrs. E. K, Matthews, a boy. Wanted To buy your fat hogs See H. A. W. Jenkins. Mrs. Joe Knight is visiting her mster, Mrs. Kelley at Santa Anna, The Old Reliable Concrete Man will be here the first o...

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

""WV , "J'V ' ? " ',' ". No, 7317 REPORT OF THE CONDITION of tlw BARTLETT NATIONAL BANK, at Bortlott, in the State of Texas, at tho close of bigness, Mar. 5, 1917. RESOURCES $296,397.28 296,397.28 70,000 00 Loans and Discounts Total loons U. S. bonds deposited to secure cir Total US bonds TO.OUU.OO Fed Res Bn'k stock GO pdr cent sub , 3,500.00 Value of B'k'g house (If unencumbered) 10,000.00 10,000.00 Furniture and Fixtures 3,900.00 Othe real estate owned 700.00 Net-am't Duo from Federal Reserve bank Net am't Due from ap. reserve agts N Y Chicago and St Louis 2,099.48 Due from ap. reserve a'gts other cities... 5,694.86 7,794.34 Due from banks and bankers 12,194.67 Checks on banks, same city as reporting bank 363.85 Outside checks and other cash items... 370.39 Fractional currency, nickels and cents.. 75.21 445.60 Notes of other National banks 710.00 Federal Reserve Notes Lawful reserve in vault & with Fed Res Bank 31,567.80 Legal tender notes Redemption fund U. S. treasurer 3.50...

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

' 4r MMV&mwmnmlwmvi.wminmmmmainKmmmmmiinn iwjiiwmjwiwwiwiiwipwwiiiiii)ijjiiiuiiim hwwpmwwjjwbwwmwsimswwsmkmmm -, , M rimwii iuumii.ijuj mn nimmixn jM.iniiwmmL,iiuauLimiiuuiuimi. i free -Paper Patterns with a purchase of material for skirts or dress over 12J cents per yard V ' J- - H Hi v Is KM ' Free Paper Pattern .with a purchase of material for skirt or Dress over 1 22 cents per yard , onday, March 1 Hi to 4th Spring has come! Perhaps the trees are not yet green, and feathered, friends still linger in the sunny Southland but spring has come! For this store announces the arrival of those beautiful fabrics and trim- mings that mean "Spring" to the woman who choose to make or direct the making of her new Spring clothes. Planning and cutting, fitting and sewing there's so much to be done that one must begin right now there- fore this store's Dressmaking Days. So many thoughtful people hesitate to accept a store's hospitality, fearing that they will "Wher" someone, that we particul...

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

She rihtttue dk 3? Vlll I nrf&a el9 AND NEWS R. F. CATES, Editor Art d Prop. BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDAY. MARCH 23, 1917. $1.00 Year. VOL. XXXI. No. 42 ft 1 ft I j LJI 1 j ft ft 4s 1 -ft ' M w w JL - ft m I j Bartlett's Complete Department Store Shakespeare said "The apparel oft proclaims the man," apparel has always pro I claimed the woman. Her dress is the index to her character and standing in life. ine same is true ui mmi. cuug un uns ineory inis store nas stocKea Everything that is New and Stylish in Spring Toggery for Men and Boys i t wDeraiaps Irfc We are showing a wide range of Spring patterns and colors, they are very attractive. 65c, $1 .00, $1 .25 and $1.50 A large showing of soft Negli- gee Shirts for men and boys, with soft French cuffs, dandies for the price 65cto1.50 "SILK SHIRTS Silk and silk crepe shirts i n beautiful Spring patterns ot ex- cellent quality silk at 4.00 and 5.00 SPRING TSES They are here in every conceiv- able color and oriental de...

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

.'1" ) fr m Er I i. ihe TRIBUNES and NEWS CONTRIBUTORY NEGLIGENCE Friday, March 23, 1917 Jesus seized the most master- ful force known to humanity as tho working power of his relig- ion. That force is love. By love alone can man be mastered. This is a funny old world, says the Hillsboro Daily Mirror, and no man has the right to look down on another, if he is honest and respectable. The man with money today is pauper tomorrow, while the pauper generation later may be rolling in wealth and riding in a limousine, and the following little couplet con- tains some splendid advice: Jol- ly the fellow who is down today, Give him smite for his sorrow: For Jhis old world is a funny way And you may be down tomorrow. A bill has been introduced in the Massachusetts Legislature re- quiring that all automobile re- pair men be liscened. The aim iB to prevent inexperinced per- sons from doing repair work. Motorists in Masachusetts com- plain that a good deal of the work now is done by inexperinced w...

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

it 'tjivtyvyejri.'y ww'RSP rF" v COUNTY NEWS Mr. T. H. LindBey, an aged ind prominent citizen of the Florence Bection, died last week. ConBtable Henry C. Purl and )eputy Sheriff George Smith rant to Weir on last Saturday iind arrested Curtis Carroway, d vounir man of Gonzales, on a charge of rape. On Monday peputy Sheriff D. K. Randall of Gonzales, arrived here and took Carroway back for trial George- town Sun. ; Messrs. J. H. H. Berry and Clyde Shipp have closed a deal by which Mr. Berry acquires the ownership of a 151.6 acres of land in Milam county near San- pay Ridge, and Mr. Shipp the lot and brick building in which the Berry-Moses Company is Conducted. Rogers News. Cameron Engages Land scape Expert Cameron, Texas, March 17. The Cameron Civic Leagoe has engaged the services ot Mr. Bel- lany of Waco, expert landscape gardner, to superintendent and suggest improvements of the local park. His services were secured through the efforts of the women of the Civic League Mr. Bellamy wi...

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

HR ; -; viT, irpw;fT( "'v' "3twew ? i,;r rwlr :r- rr"WW tf3T" f"" 1WjW i lE- 4 IP ?! You've Got Sense So who is a better judge than yourself of the garage service you get. Then all we ask is if you have not this garage or have not done so lately, come and give us a chance to prove that we stand pat on Square and Honest Dealing. Thorough Efficient Work. Just and Proportionate Prices. If we can't merit your trade we will not expect it longer, but we know we can please you, if it is auto work you are after. Bring us those batteries, we can charge them so they will last. BartMt Motor Inn Next door to postoffice SAM YOUNG, Manager. The Garage of Satisfactory Service Dclton Stirred By Murder Of Woman. Belton, Texas, March 22. The body of Miss Emma Staley, 20, of Midway, near here, was found in the Leon r,iver last night by boys fishing. It was indenti- !fied this morning. Disclosures made to Sheriff Smith by the mother of the girl caused the ar- rest today of Will Porter. 25, a farmer, wh...

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

iT't ' H i V V m Br 'vl T A v- Don't Scotch The Wheels If six of your neighbors delay our driver a few minutes, he will be late in delivering your ICE. A little baby may be sick in the next block the mother may be anxiously awaiting the Ice Man's arriyal every minute of delay is an hour of agony to that mother and suffering for the little one. Don't you be one to delay the Ice Man. Have the change readybetter still have a cou- pon book and keep it in a regular place, and have your refrigerator ready to receiye Ice. Help us to give you and your neighbor Prompt service. Bartlett Ice & Gin Co mpany PHONE 348 LOCALS and PERSONALS Mr. Moeller of Waldurg was ' a Bartlett visitor hero Tuesday. Mr. Mf toller reports that rain is ' needed very badhMn his section Mr. and Mrs. W. W Walton and little son were San An'onio , visitors this week. j Tanlae foiymlc by the Peoples Drug Co., Sehwertner, Texas. Mayor Stanton Allen, J. S. White and Jesse Reese, are en- ioving the week at Medina dam. ...

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

"3s W37TWFW- wrr-pp rTSrrvv 5W'tlsr ft t MEDICINES All Patent Medicines handled by as are under Hie direct supervision of the Pure Food and Drug Act of the United States, MawBMWwwMBMBWWMawwiMiiiiiiBiiiiiiiiiii iimiuiiuKufiuimumroBaBtB "" " " iWl'iiiWMIWMBraiMI P r Condra X$ Bl ft Vho ftexall Store" Bartlett, air exas Full Line of Medicines LOCALS and PERSONALS Wanted-To buy your fat hogs See H. A. W. Jenkins. Mr. J. M. Allen made a busi- ness trip to Austin last Monday. I want your lard, bacon and eggs.. -Ed Heinsohn. , W. R. Powitzy was a court juror in Belton this week. Tomato plants for sale. Tele- phone Mrs. W. G. Smith. Mebane planting seed at Rown- tree Bros. Miss Inez Bell returned home Saturday from a visit to friends in Waco, Get more money for your eggs aud butter by bringing them to Rowntree Bros. B. Wells of Ballinger was here this week meeting his many friends. For Sale A number 5 Oliver typewriter, in good shape. Will sell at a bargain. Homer A, McCarty. Carl Raeke one...

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

TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF I' WHICH IS V 1 V The Saint Louis Store is Prepared as Never Before to Meet Your Every Requirement For Spring and Summer We have just returned from the Northern and Eastern Markets and we are prepared with the largest stocks of merchandise we have ever assembled at one time. Bought right, nearly every article at old prices and we are going to give our friends and customers the benefit of our lucky purchase. Although prices are advancing daily. Our Prices Remain The Same COME AND LET US PROVE OUR STATEMENT Why Pay More When You Can Buy Your Needs From The ST. LOUIS STORE At Practically The Old Prices. Special For Men Men's Suits Blue Serge and Fancy, $20 J M QC and $22 values at ) 1 4iQJ $15.00 values at this sale $9.5)5 One lot of Men's pants, light colors, $Sanddj i QC $4 values at JP I u&U Standard Brand Overalls, blue and striped, QE $1.25 value at 3)b Leather Palm Gloves, go at this sale for 25cts Lion Brand work shoes $3.25 values, dur- Aft igr ing this...

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

X., " " "r i j n 11 MEN'S F m i. fj 3 . jf U i Kg OoprittHrUchnacMix Hart Schaffner & Marx exclusive models for young men. Young men like J;o. dress well, but not like everybody , else; they want something different, exclusive, individual. Hart Schaffner & Marx 1917 Varsity Fifty-Fives are different suits; we have a big variety to choose your EASTER SUIT from; lots of new ideas; lots of smart designs, all-wool fabrics. All colors and models. The label is in the coat and the name Haft Schaffner & Marx is on the trouser buttons. During the last week' we re- ceived a large shipment of Spring Oxfords We are now showing these in the men's shoe department. You will find here just the model that will please you. Tan oxfords with rubber heel and neelin sole. Black Kangaroo Oxfords, wide or narrow last. Chocolate Covered Oxfords. Pigskin, Sport Oxfords. Ask to see them. Ask ro UT 9 See the ixie. weave New ? "THE HOIV1E OF HART SCHAFFNER & MARX CLOTHES" THE STORE OF INDIVIDUAL...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 30 March 1917

pSPKW! (Ti't . (v Vv-v U m i y - 'Jfc' A'N D NEWS F1PH; he Wktiltft i R. F CATES, Editor and Prop. ,.,', . - v. j i -rrrr BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 30, ' $1.00 Year. V0l7xXO nTS CO-QPERATIVE REVIVALS IN RARTLETT CHURCHES. Bnrtlett entered into a period of religious activity' last Sunday, with the various church organi- zation's beginning simultaneous revival meetings, to be contin- ued through two weeks, with day and night preaching, and with much personal work plan ned to engage the entire mem- berships. These services are in the vhurches affiliated with the Pas- tors' association, and they in- clude the First Methodist, the First Baptist, the Christian and Presbyterian churches. Sunday was an ideal day so far as the weather conditions were concerned, and the attend- ance on the opening seivices were good. Much preliminary work had been done, and much organized pressing of the sub- ject of religion and organization will occupy the membership as well as the p...

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