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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 30 March 1917

f M6 v" -y!t?" Y ' ,'W "To" i4?T; H. I 1V. ' . ft W flulM sJKCSXSBS? ;'--. 7 - wmawtn i iMuwimtwuf imim www MEDICINES All Patent Medicines handled by as are under the direct supervision of the Pure Food and Drug Act of the United States, oriara & uiair "Uho fiexallStoro" Bartlett, Full Line, ox LOCALS and PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. D. V. Stephens We're Temple visitors Tuesday. . ,. Miss Nola Bolding was a Temple visitor Tuesday. Mack Grumbles was in Tem- ple Tuesday on business. Ed. Lawrence is the possessor at a handsome Chalmers touring car. P..E. Root, of Granger, was here oh business Tuesday. Hugo Freiderich has purchas- S', ed from3Iartin Albrecht, local fir. accent. a imiiuouiiic vjutiiuicio car. M$p Messrs. Martin Albrecht and SSHugo Freiderich were in Waco Tuesday on business. Mr. Dan McKenzie, of Tem- ple, secretary of the Bell Coun- ty Fair Association, and of the best one in the United . States, was here Monday on business, accompanied by Mr. E. E. Mooty, one of Bell Coun...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 30 March 1917

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 30 March 1917

J' "N1 fjtpjv ' r- i'f rt Li lr iv. fcj" i ft 8. MSQkI 5K-A YR IFUUNTC rssc jr. , a -k. -"' i and NEWS Friday, March 30, 1917 Schwertner News. Bartlett continues to be the best litle city in Texas, not withstanding the dry weather. Come to Bartlett to do your trading, and you will always got your money's worth. A trial will convince you. Are you ready for the Chau- tauqua in May? Remember it is worth the price, and then some, from an educational standpoint. Get your tickets now7 The Tribune is reliably in- formed that the school board, at a recent meeting re-elected Prof. V. I. Moore superinten- dent for another year. We are proud of his re-election, as he has made a most efficient sup- reintendent, and believe the public will concur with us in this statement. The citizens of Schwertner are iustlv proud of the fact that a Telephone switch board has been instance! anu service oegins uiu 1st, of April. This means a step of advance for the commu- nity. Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Benson visi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 30 March 1917

'H CLAD EASTER WILL SOON DJfcMAND A NEW COSTUME. WE ARE WOW SHOWING WffiW SPRING COCHDS NOT TO B3D FOUND ELSEWHERE IN THIS CITY. OUR CASES NOW GLEAM WITH BEAUTI- FUL, LITTLE THINGS TO SET OlfP YOUR &RESS. IV YOU WISH TO "MAKfe" YOUR EASTER CLOTHES IS IT NOT HIGH T3iV( YOU WERE iKi - m TT 1 ra-; IBS r 5 I ivy . i' -" '-V- 'V-k j' s. v n '3 Ulllll' ! t'H Ml"" 7 t1P.T .Bf.r.T!Nr. TWIT. Wf ATttSTAT J9 WW 'UAirif Tuwuif ,..,,... .w.mv MloIWJ-WJ VJV 4JV AJJJV1AI - AND MNV3TE YOU TO LET US SHOW THEM TO YOU. JIUTiAT TilE STORE WHERE YOU KNOW THE PRICE WILL JiE LOW AND THE QUALITY HIGH. '' ' vnhmk Wfy NEW SILKS "WSSflWaKSWTV The very newest note is struck in the charming sports silks for Spring, and one will not wonder that they are promised great popularity when the unusualness of their colors and designs is noted. Less striking and more practical are the taffetas crepe de chine, s:eore:ettes, paisleys and satins shown in all the correct. - Spring shades. iaster Gloves Your dress -will ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 30 March 1917

wBWatnMBWwi Mim iS INSPIRED GREAT ARTISTS r sject of the Resurrection A!- ways One That Has Called Forth Their Best Efforts. TOB Christian nrtlst, about tho fourth contury, when ho mndo his first hesitating attempts to treat the subject of Easter, .trefully refralne from showing ;ie tlsen Lord at tho moment of suacitatlon With a proper rovor- ce for the Scriptures, ho refused to ovhat they did not reveal. Ho do- Piloted an empty tomb, watched by tho jKoman guard, or visited by tho holy fromen. A sarcophagus In the Lateran usoum simply shows a labarum, or oraim standard, Under which tho ifcefljers are fast asleep Even tho tomb Sjonly suggested. Tho Loinro has a aa-reltef in Bllver-gllt which formerly ejonged to the Abbey of St. Denis, raere wo see an angel showing tho Mvior's empty tomb to tho two Marys. mora realistic representation is mas touching the Savior's wounds, 'hicb. may be seen upon an early sar cophagus, preserved in the church of t. Celso at Milan. This chaste reserve, w...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 30 March 1917

-" ,T" Vr-w itt-1 5-WfPfVMf " VV vyripxpy t w vl(Bi TJ h n. & Mnflrr'ftnq IJJU.fl' I nnKfi fc 1 1 41 n 9 J - te 5f ' h k LOCALS and PERSONALS "TVfcdrcer Allen was here from - "i. . Granger Wednesday on busi ng,' I iEdjtlac for sale by the Peoples BTV.Ji 1 t v-.TBSrai HP! mmm jpffifi mm& WmMP 1LIC1V"1 Co., Schwertncr, tor egg dye and candy Heinsohn. Texas at nd Mrs. R. N. Sexton and on were Temple visitors ernational Stock tnn- ailPat reduced prices at pies Drug Co., Schwert- exas. airs. Fred Blair of Bartlett, nd several others from that city hose names were not learned, spent Monday shopping in the Temple stores Saturday.-Tem- ple Telegram. Wantcd---A first class black smith, E. A. Cauthcn, Ilartlott, fPivfko A. VVti MEffatftl" Mrs. Edwards, of ,vere recent guests of J. E. Tipton. Mr. m nlrl.fimo -frionfl iploiniahd this was their st meeting in some years. It will pay you to attend the hite and Plant Sale next door the Tribune office Thursday. Karl Flick, who has just com p...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 30 March 1917

w ! . :t'-- 1 tir i 15 h k L'y sws mmF IAL SESSION DUE NEAR END OF APRf L. There Bartlett. a big pull Hfc"'0 arc no pessimists Go to mettir.jr-One at each churc.i in town every night and Sunday too. An election ha.-? been ordered in the Vilas School District for an increase in the maintenance tax from 15 cents to f0 cents. The election will be held on April 20th.-TJelVTi News. Austin. Texas. March 25.-- 3mt March 30, 1917 .-s m There are tour subjects scnen- W' .?..-iJ!LJL ..1,l .. 4-1,.. .,,.:.,i . ,.!.,., I which the governor has said will be called for the latt-n part of April, probably the 24th or 26th of that month. Of these subjects, the first is the general appropriations for the support of the state gpvernment for the ensuing two years. It is said that thhe Governor is seriously contemplating giving the special session, the question of reviving the Terrell election law. Another subject that is prac- tically sure to be submitted is to revise the militia laws of Texas ! so as ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 30 March 1917

tfr - MUST HAVE WIDE TIRES. I legislature Passes Law Govern- ing the Width ofTircs. During tlio last week Govern- or Ferguson signed the bill pass- cdby the recent Legislature making it unlawful for any per-, son , firm, association or qorpo- ration to manufacture or sell i within the State of Texas any wagon or other Vehicle with an mtendod carrying capacity of more than 1,000 pounds which Khali have a rim or tire of less than 3.15-1G inches in width on and after Jan. 1, 1920. Any person, firm association or corporation violating the Icriiffi of this act shall be sub- ject to a fine, of not les3 than $100 nor more than $1,000, and each sale shall constitute a sop- prate offense. Sell Direct to the Spinners. For many yearsthe farmers of the South have wanted to sell their cotton direct to the spin- ners. In Bell county, they now have a chance to do so. The Belton Yarn Mills have gone in- to the market and will buy cot- ton paying the highest price. The Belton Yarn Mills is a great i...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 30 March 1917

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 6 April 1917

:q I ,-? " AND NEWS '$Lrifl I '' -Sn e 7i ti.. i tt it Er m i ootlnSS SAsIMQIj fn KS--taaife JCJ1 Editor and Prop. BARTLBTT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY. APRIL G, 1917. $1.00 Year VOL. XXXI. No. 44 City Serious mon al shooting iuueett wmi Otherrf, were Cat ftrom RAY LEEN FATAL. John Blair was cd and Will Can- lantly ltillediin a h took place at esdav afternoon. foiled in the affair nnon, son ot win lont B. Ray, a well rospcrous farmer 'itr Killpon, neither of re wounded. ling to reports received uthentic sources, Mr. Alr.iSiRirf lcMSSaiji emmf'i timmltlMh thewamn dot.4BB is mm td !&.. cofud h eumBrf mm til FBlair and Mr. Ray were stand- Ling together talking on a street in Killcrn when Mr. Cannon ap proached them and opened firo ell at the first shot, is gun and began fir- Cannon fell and con- g, both men emtying vers after they were Mr. Cannon dying a tes later. Mr. Blair have been shot five 11 witnesses so far as learned were of the at Cannon had intend- g at Mr. Ray and ...

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

T5Wt,7T5:'''Vg " ".('., . f v;.' '. -fss ' v it$$Z 5? TRIBUNE mid NEWS BUSY ON BELL COUNTY ROADS. BELL COUNTY CITIZENS ARE WORKING ROADS. ?' Friday, April 6, 1917 Vuf 'Annette Kollermann, who is in favor of abolishing clothes, should remember that not all Of us are in as good shape as she is to make such a changes-Charleston News and Courier. A bootlegger is like Mark Twain's alligator, he has to be convinced, but, once convinced, le stays convinced. While wo iear complaints of his activity Pn some parts of the state, Hill Kind Bell counties seem to have Bum so thoroughly convinced Ithat he has crawled into his jhole and pulled the hole after jtnm. fegis- nM . 11.. rfl: 7 inc oiu reuninK uie rejiis i'l ration by repair men of all. work done upon ;iutomobues, winch was approval Saturday by uov- T.I I 1.1. .. crnor rergusou, carries uiu em- ergency clause and goes into im- mediate effect. The chief pur- pose of the law, is to prevent the stealing of motor cars, or rather ?$fc Qnabib t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 6 April 1917

Mm jfmMKMMBUfcdwaJMMwmwwu Loiter 'fHpHHn0"' spital, England, March 7, 1017. Texas. Mv Ijoav It HnjnttbPiiB mm since I've Hcen jahytHmg prcal American. I Bonw timefppinch myself to Hpr If .1 urn nnll nllvn rtv Tint. I have uoon oxjpecting to have a 'opy of your paper delivered to Uiy npdrcss jor a week or two '-bufai y-t V h?Te not seen, it. I prdsuma if any have been aeiit jthoy must have gone down with the Mconia in Februaiy, us tile fact ,Vas advertised here (that fall leK.irs and parcels leav- ing Nev jToric, between 14th andfl8th Wre for ever gone. I havp only! had three letters from home since my arrival here, Jan.21, (Liverpool), and thov today, one of them boi'e thrf marki"OPIi!NED BY CEN- SOR" in big print, I would like to write you a long and 'interesting letter, but oln'f'jone fact, it will be im- posstole. yel could never write, an ilteresting letter, although, IWelrieiHt many times. Dur- ing im days, when I corres- ponded withmy wie, previous to piir marriage, I thought ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 6 April 1917

Jl ' ' 15he TRIBUNE and NBWS u n fir " iti' ' ' ' wi"'' Friday, April G, 1917 593!- S. D. Davis was re-elected tnayor of Granger over W. C. fteinhardt by seven votes. Timely rains have fallen throughout tho state during the past week, which are a blessing to stock and agricultural inter- eats. This naner hones to see the day come when all things done now by public subscription can - be done by taxation. That is tho only fair way. Then all the people would pay for things from which all oenetit. jfarK Ctiy (Utah) Record. War Time Prices For Live Poultry. Home Talent Play Next Friday Night. On the cround that Senate &'' concurrent resolution No. 1, chll- ing a constitutional convention is unconstitutional, Governor Ferguson today vetoed the reso- lution and sent it to the Secre- tary of State with a proclama- tion giving his reason for the lisapproval. W. M. Farmer reports first it barrel of radishes as having net- H . ted him about five dollars. Mr. r Farmer says the radisTi crop ...

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

HfP'- "f5f' ' F?fsW-7Jf!7 i ' Let Us Clean and Press Your Suit for Six Days of Happiness for Bartlett The 1917 Chautauqua Program Brings Twelve Big Programs in which Americanism, happinness and com- munity development are strongly featured. V I !.,.- 1- i ' h :ast;er Our Dry Cleaning Machine is Extra Good On Ladie's Clothes. TRY US AND BE CONVINCED Just Phone 2-8-5. We call for and deliver your clothes Music and Entertainment 1. Particular pride is felt this year by the Chautauqua company in the high class and pleasingmusical numbers to be presented. Aimong the compa- nies are THE KILLARNEYS. Six charming talented young la- dies who give a delightful pro- gram of Irish numbers. MEANS-ANDERSON COM- PANY. Edna Means, Eve An- derson and Pearl Lowe in song, reading and instrumental selec- tions. THE SISTERS COMPA- NY. Saxaphonists and singers of ability. Including Miss Hel- en Barnard, the wonder cornet-ist. The IVIelting Pot 2. A great drama, especially appropriate this year. It is a p...

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

wtiymimmWiiii FSfc..' i !i'?V w m MEDICINES - At! .Patent Medicines handled by us are under the direct supervision of the Pure Food and Drug Act of the United States, Coxid oxiara & BlSLl air '"Ghe ftexall Storo" Bartlett, .- Texas Full Line of Medicines LOCALS and PERSONALS v Nick Patts was in Waco and Dallas this week on business. Woodie Eowntree was in Aus- tin the past week on business. .Tanlac for sale by the Peoples Drug Co., Schwertner, Texas. Logan Newhinny, of Holland, was here Monday on business. b Grover Starling was in Tay- lor Tuesday on business. Dr. Hruska, of Schwertner, was here Monday on business. A. K. Welch, ex-mayor of Prairie Dell, was here Monday on business. Special prices on stock tonics at XJeoples Drue; Co., Schwert- ner Texas. Jno. Lawrence has purchased a handsortie Chalmers automo- bile. Wanted A first class black- smith, E. A. Cauthcn, Bartlott, Texas, : Jno.. W-ackcr has purchased a Chevrolet - car from agent Do- zier, Joe Knight is making some 'i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 6 April 1917

Bfyt'MBOWmwWJW- --W''efrlimTCSfD V WwWSCrs9BK.?' 'JMHraw-'EWWswr ..- ,'iMfii',"''i )' ',. .','. T-, ' . "'H'S'TWVW.' . oMC'','1E 'W'-v'-'y)!- . .. -,t- , !2 . II ' I ' """I ''" "" ' ' ' "" '" " !.. JUMW.UMI,MMJ i i. ii iLUjluwiiiwrrrf rl 1 itmim mm i immum mwlrn I I - ' ' ttiimi w ww.lMiiHiMHii.iuiuiujiaiLiiijmiiMiixiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiniiinn B "' . 'Q ' .NOW'S THE TIME g &IJ UP Il'Su-3sSEEfff ID 91 llll fsJl h 2mi '- i iprawn iwm aa vn n h WH'M fsr-fc. ri m A e o'urc m sit Our Store Saturday an April the Seventh And See if Your Number Is the Lucky One to Get That Famous Curlee Suit " . Clothes pi-epafedness for Easier, for Spring, Tor every occasion of your social or business life. Correct clothes ure a part of your equipment and are no less necessary than complete modern armament to the nation. ' - it . ' Properly dressed, you on face daily business battles with a confidence that means an engagement half won with success that is much nearer, because instinctively, people have judge...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 6 April 1917

K.MM.ffMM.yW.jwg.l ,l..,,,lri;,.M,, r llM.u.l..ulg!iii.il,..i. in.,.,,,,, ,. .Ill-ini .1 Nlll. Il II I Mll IJII.J ,u.jij,,mii .,,; fm-M Dry Goods AND t v y3ikTMbJli& 1ioFa Ready-to-Wear Hope Domestic, 10 yards to customer, at. . . .lie 10-4 Brown SheGkific the very best for next wBalfibyilL (it fetft&SS" . 4 BrowH' Aiimk sell noift vM ,H0nU j jr 56d as Gold Domestic for Mtewjfck we will sell at 10c j". IP J "-" . , ... """""- KW'iturf tan nnnr irtntt win HP nx $nly 8 l-3c Pajama Checks, all you want of the very best at only 10c it rhnncniino fr trnrna pnnpir li, Mningnnlr 1 0 19 1 9n 1 Kn nilH only . . . ' 20cf Best grade Gingham the 15c kind all you will want at 12 l-2c Percales all you want at8 l-3c Percales the 15c kind at only 12 l-2c Fifty dozen Ladies Hose, at per pair 10c Plenty of Calicos at Gc Children's Gingham Dresses froml5c each on up to $2.50 in ages and sizes up to 14 years v7 "m jiouee unwf....ifflc mjmtiA.- - ," ., f - oUBftfcttlB tt $1.00 ,""""iataw-5W ' Hu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 13 April 1917

" vW ,.,.''iU' -7" !i- - u ,j , ' n Tjff'tnMjfii ' Pm x 'ffi'- .'"woWf' v i' i p' W CI : V M K1$K AND NEWS R, F. CATES; Editor and Prop. BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 1917. , m $1.00 Year. VOL. XXXI. No. 45 ?Ti:l , i Chautauqua coming TO BARTLETT IN MAY. Mr. Rupert, representing the todnath-Horncr Chautauquas, kvas here Wednesday conferring iwith the Ladies' Club, in refer- ence to the coming chautauqua, twhich will be held in Bartlett, Itfay 10th-15th, inclusive. Sev eral members of tne uiuo, aiso a number of the business men., ivere present nt the meeting and 'considerable interest was arous ed r ft? the coming attactions. lods of proceedure were SPindctail, and the vari- imicjiees, appainieu mu porxant or wmen lSrtnat; I'Maoh' ticKets fis'ftrQ is M tlic'-Qhailtaiiqua;de- iqxgely uponhbvattgjad-; . 1 be the first chautau- l.ih Bartlett, and to I success, the interest itizen must be enlist- ichautauaua will mean 0bost for Bartlett, and the first very likely ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 13 April 1917

IgffiRflfifat. , - mfiBffllJJiPMt. 6? TRIE nnd NEWS .As the Editor Sees it. WHY 1ERCIIANTV iwwiwwiaaitiwuwewiwww wfaiumui w uiwiiiiiiiinmummiiiunu I? r. t I IwHPfflor Friday, April 13, 1917 Now is the opportuno time to "teach the young idea how to shoot". governor Ju'mes E. Furgeson, reiterates a statement that the legislature will be called into ex- traordinary session by April 18, probably sooner. After all the natives get into war, then will the Great Ruler of the Universe declare peace. It will be only the fulfillment of Ihe prophets. It matters not what our views" in the matter are, or whafrna- lionality we belong to, tlie war is on and we are all or should be, Americans, so far as the pres- ent engagement concerned. Like the flowers that covers the prairies in the spring ti'me the U. S. flags have been float- in the breeze throughout the whole country within the past few days. Some are large, some are small, but they mean the same Patriotism. "Obey the law and keep your mouth ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 13 April 1917

w i r h "W ? " r4" "''g ' ' "-WJFW1S o 5! ,.-I..,..f IRGES GERMANS TO STAND BY PRESIDENT. (BY J(OB '. UOLTEUS.) Houston. Texas. Anril 7. SitKECa- tions from various sources of such hnrnctpr as to siuisfy my own sense f propriety prompt me to wriUj upon i subject uppermost in uie minus oi Hio people or Toxhb at this particular time Our great republic composed as it Di of a cosmopolitan citizonsnip inuvn from all of the races of the t'orhl. is confronted with the most se- FroiH crisis in its history since the Recession of South Carolina from the ll'nion and the subsequent wor be tween the several btatc3. It is a time for calm and dehbor- Fatethought and action. It is a time whoa American citizens of different i racial extraction must be tolerant of Uach othor yield to all in the fullest, the loftiest purposes ol patriotism. That men of kindred blood should bo bound to each other by strong ties of sympathy, though living under differ ent uovernments anu on uinerent con- tinents, is but...

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