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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 13 April 1917

and NWS Friday, April 13. 1917 , Boost Willi a String to It. 4. , "Oh, yoa, he is a fine follow but do you know. who hi? father is?" You havfe hoard it said many times, but could anything be monhci'? When a man goes wrong, his pistol's and his brothers, and his children, particularly, should not be made to bear the brunt of his misdeeds. Bach and all of us have a hard enough time keeping in the straight and narrow path with- out a double handicap in the Bhape of our weak relatives. Give every man credit for the real good he does. Every family has its black - sheep if the truth were known, and would give anything in this f As you want to shield the sin ner in your own fold, forget the sinning in the flock next door. It ip a rule which works both wrtys. Give every man full praise without a handicap. Don't limit your praise with "that is more than could be ex- pected considering his parent- age. Be charitable and fair en- ough to forget the drawbacks and give your compliments without d...

Publication Title: Bartlett Tribune And News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 13 April 1917

inpttat Ladit-H' Auxiliary Meet. ar to Be Waged to a Finish fi A I. lfl K' Join the ranks of our satisfied customers and irrender to us those dirty clothes to be cleaned and essed, we will wage war on the dirt until they e good and clean. We use Devasher Dry Cleaning Machine and .lltc model Hoffman Steam Press, both are the latest fl i the market. SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN LADIF3 WORK All work guaranteed to give satisfaction or ! - money refunded. We call for and deliver your clothes. PHONE TWO EIGHT FIVE kmmn -r. T , PERKINS, The I aaior Tho eat side, Neighborhood Auxiliary, Mrs. J. K. Powers president, met with Mrs. Dabba with sixteen M'esent. Thin was work day and an entire quilt was almost completed for tho Buck-! ner Orphans' Ilorme. All were happy in the good work. The pastor wishes to express t his thanks for a very beautiful scarf for the pulpit and covers j for the two stands, made by this , division of the Auxiliary and ! presented to the church last week. They add. much to ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 13 April 1917

llWIWIWIMWIUWWi ,4 MEDICINES All.Patent Medicines handled by as are under the direct supervision of the Pure Food and Drug Act of the United States, Condra y Blair "Vhe ftexall Store" Bartlett, Full Line of LOCALS and PERSONALS Mrs. A. F. Schofield left Tues- day for Kansas City, Mo., in re- response to a message announc- ing the illness of her sister. Y'ntfe-l A first class black- smith, E. A. Cauthen, Bartlett, Texas. Mrs. R. F. Cates and daugh- ter, Miss LaVerne, are visiting relatives and friends in Llano, Liberty Hill and Austin. Frebh International Stock ton- is at reduced prices at Ies Drug Co., Schwert- kis. and Mrs. W. W. Walton . and Mrs. W. H. Walton were Da- villa visitors Monday. Tanlac for sale by the Peoples Drug Co., Schwcrtner, Texas. F'. F. Luidmann was in Tem- ple Monday on business. Mrs. 5. H. Matthew was an Austin visitor Monday. Wanted A first class black- smith, E. A. Cauthen, Bartlett, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Fairchild we're Taylor visitors Sunday. Mr. and-...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 13 April 1917

SSj r- s-3 LAW PREVENTS NOTICE POSTING. Fatter Legal Publications Utal lie In Newspapers Championed By R. I" - Cates of Bartlelt. aW yfin :.- h "-" ' fUiatin, Texas, Mavch29. As suit of the law that was pass- by the Legislature at its re lit regular session, the anti- Jated practice of obtaining iblicity of certain characters Bf legalnotices by posting them )on the door or wall of court- louses will be done away with. Shampioned by R. F. Cates of Ilartlett. Mr. Cates is the edi tor of anrosnerous weekly news paper, but it was not thru any selfish motive that he introduced; kind worked for the passage of the bill in-question. There are la large number of country news- Bpaper editors in the Legislature rand th question arises as to whether they shall be permitted to profit through the enactment of this law. Members of- the Legislature are prohibited from reaping any linancial benefit through contracts with the itate or counties entered into as the result ot laws passed Avhile they are...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 13 April 1917

V f',h If ifc" ja t J Hompcl-Kului' JmaWK9L MHlHihra EEaBffitflTil sssfflsauiuinun ffflras 'SHBBEBfnvP A beautiful and quiet wed- ding was solemnized in the home of Mr. H. Hempel, in east Bart- lett, on Wednesday, April 11th, at 10 a. m., when his daughter, Miss Nettie, was united with Mr. Spier Kuler in the holy fconds of matrimony. Roses, Easter-lilies and sweet eus used with ferns and pot' plants, Very artistically decorat- ed the living-room parlor and dining room. As the strains of Lohengrin's onaai chorus was n aved lv isther Lehmberg, neice of Jo, the bridal party enter- iugh the livinc-room". morn Cznrnwitz. nnnlmw the bride, notwl nn rinir hnnv- er proceeded the bridal pair; anon toiiowed the bi'ido on the arm of the groom. The ring ceremony was used with Rev. C. A. Lehmberg, of wierouee, omciating.Meditation being softly played while the solemn yords were being pro- HfWMBfflTt diarefy after the core- iBrefaas served bv Miss irierith and Miss Lilla The charminc hririo wna n...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 20 April 1917

,yp" . rTiKa ' ", 'W AND NEWS R. F. CATES, Editor and Prop. BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY. APRIL 20, 1917. $1.00 Year. VOL. XXXI. No. 4G w 1' jWJ JU- TUP iO ! te r RETAIL MERCHANTS ELECT OFFICERS. The Retail Merchants' Associ- ation met Friday afternoon, April 18th in the oflice of E. C, Haeber. The election of officers was held, resulting in the follow- ing staff: President, D. K. Leatherman; Vice-President, F. H. Leslie ;Secretary,A. E. Wack- er Treasurer, Ed. Lawrence; At- torney, J. V. Morris. The board of directors, named were: J. E. Barnes, J. M. Allen, E. L. Hai'din.jL.A. Buchanan, of Jarrel, and E7 F. Wackor, of Schwertner. Following the election a vote of thanks was extended to the retiring ofliceis. A standing committee, known as city welfare committee was appointed, consisting of J. M. Allen, Chairman; E. L. Hardin, Jno. P, Lawrence, I. L. Brown, and J. E. Barnes. The standing road committee is composed of A. Gersbach, Jr., Chairman; W. L. Stokes, 0. E. Faubi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 20 April 1917

.' Y ' t'tV ir R 6- .. ii - k, BAe TRIBUTE nnd NEWS Friday, April 20, 1917 ' Why not a "Loyalty Day" in lSrtle ? Schools for scandal are some- what crowded. T " rrr' Struggling to got rich keeps totany a man poor. Once in a while a cook gets mutrary and refuses to quit. Nothing ever takes such a lsard fall out of worry as hard labor. You can save a lot of carfare by letting your thoughts travel jjav you. Highway Lttw in Effecl. DEATH OF THE AGED. No man ever got a pain in his back from carrying his neigh- liar's burdens.. Some men are so mean that they even refuse to let their wives have the last word. Reports from South Texas are that it is still dry, and con- ditions for crops very sorry. Many a conservative man loses his money on a sure thing because he is afraid to take chances. Comparatively few people re- main in the self-satisfied class after they once get acquainted with themselves. The law regulating traffic on country highways and in the towns and cities of the state, enac...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 20 April 1917

rr-FJ ffrf 'in WJiTT Have Your Car PREPARED FOR SERVICE Spring is here and a long season of service is before your car. Continued use has had effect on your car on engine, tires, and body. To get the best possible servcie this summer have your car OVERHAULED AND REPAIRED We are prepared to do this for you, and will undertake to turn your car out practicalln good as new. Give it a chance. That's all it asks of you fair play. It can't give good service with dis- abled parts, any more than you can. We guar- antee the workmansihp on every job that leaves our door. Barlldt Motor Inn Next door to postoffice SAM YOUNG, Manager. The Garage of Satisfactory Service Inels darling to BE AT CHAUTAUQUA. Now that Nels Darlinjr, the PTown and Community Expert, is to be here on the chatauqua pro gram for an address on Commu- nity Interests and a talk to mer- chants on store managing, ad- vertising and kindred subjects, it is a bit interesting to note that this big, six-foot Oklahom- an was once an e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 20 April 1917

'K - ' WflSiFvhtSi; unwiimiuM &MIH Jarrell News Items. -", . niamwggmwBmirriTTirwfimuiimi iiWWW!iWWiitWWiJIJMlMliliftWi(gW I, I W- m 5t I. WE are still taking orders for Ford Cars, but cannot guarantee the price any longer. Better give us your order now so you can get one before the price goes up. We have put on a service car if you run out of Gas on the road or need a Tire or Inner Tube Phons us. We ore at your service. Bartlett Garage PHONE NO. 161, DAY OR NIGHT. 1 T5he TRIBUNE and NEWS Friday, April 20, 1917 "His Wife's Message". Why not Bartlett organize a Red Cross society and be in line with other progressive towns? Having a next-door neighbor who owns one of those cute little vvooly dogs that snap at your shins. ., Don't 'forget that the Chau- tauqua is coming to Bartlett in May and YOU are expected to help make it a success. The trouble is there are too many would-be patriotic men "behind the President" who want the ottheV fellow to get on the firing line while they wave...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 20 April 1917

V' $ 15 - r it iiiLV,Mipw"h""'!!'.B! awl PERSONALS Viraie Bell visited her sister Mrs, Roger McCarty In, Austin tliis week. Mrs. toan Mcwhinney and babo are; spending the week-end with hot motner, Mrs. R. E. Keopke.J Buy (in Electric Range and stay codl and pleasant during the smuiher months. Senator A. C, Buchanan and Representative Butler of Tem- ple, Were here Tuesday enroute to Austin to attend the special session 'of the legislature. Special prices at Rowntree Bros. ton a number of items. Call 58 and 76 for particulars. JohivW. Hogan, special repre sentative of the Texas Motor Association of Dallas, was here this wfeek from Temple. Mr. Hogan;' has a splendid proposition. 'or how much per month puia you al ow vour wife or to take out ashes, build rnd wash soot bladkened vessels? The Electric liminates all this unpleas- or. J. W. Jackson has his g vat completed on his near here, and is awaiting rrival of the government tector, when he will be ready ip his cattle as is now requir-...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 20 April 1917

"T'-1Sp4V 'TTV,T" " a s. SJ1 . MEDICINES All Patent Medicines handled by as are under the direct supervision of the Pure Food and Drug Act of the United States, Condra (k? Blair "Uhe ftexall Store" Bartlett, - Texas . 1 Full Line of LOCALS and PERSONALS ' John Dillard was in Waco Sunday the guest of relatives and friends. V.nte.'i--A firs-, class black-'- smith, E..A. Cauthen, Bartlett, . Texas. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Overby, ac- companied by Mrs. Tine Sonntag u were Georgetown visitors Mon- lay. Fiesh International Stock ton- ic in pails at reduced prices at the Peoples Drug Co., Schwert- ner, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Tally, ac- ,, companied by Mr. and Mrs. J. K. f JPowers were Georgetown visi- .. ;v- torsy Monday. Tanlac for sale by the Peoples Drug Co., Schwertner, Texas. ' Joe Mathews was in Burnet Sunday, the guest of friends and relatives. I Messrs. Fred Montgomery. B. "';' Wolfenbeg, B. Wacker and R. F. . Cates were in Georgetown Mon- "TaiTon business. Hempel & Whitlow have ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 20 April 1917

Yfhfjcwg rvp?? cxe iftfF I I M K I ' V " WJ t:- V A tA TJ5V J'ffi Is h$X U( i WHO HAN AND WHO CAN JOT SEIIVE ON JURIES. IJartlett Scores on McGregor, (Bv G, E. Johnson, Hamilton, TcSns), ThoSe who desire to know the quiilific'ntions and exemptions of jurors should read the following nrtfoles of the Revised Civil Sta- tues of Texas. Art. olia. All male persons ov$r twenty-one years of age are coinpetcnt jurors, unless dis qualified under some provision in this chapter. t Art 6115. No person shall be qualified to serve as a juror who does' not possess the following qualifications: 1. He must be a citizen of the state and county in which he is to serve, and qualified tin- ier the constitution and laws to fote in said county; provided, that his failure to pay poll tax is required by law shall not be ield to disqualiiy him tor jury service in any instance. 2. He must be a freeholder within the state, or a household er within the county. Q XJr rrnaf n rf unltnrl tvtinrl Jjf W mothr'?00 mo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 20 April 1917

H ( r PI V' I p i We believe that the market on cotton goods will retain its present strength, for the tipsii several months, there are many indications that sviggest. mvich higher prices inhet near future. We have viewed the situation from many angles arid although our offerirys in this Pk-d are at prices much lower thacn present cost, Cnd might appear inconsistent we are merchandising in zk. manner that we believe serves the best interest of both A oir customers and ourselves. Anticipate Your Requirements For Sixty Oafs, AND VISIT OUR STORE, NEXT WEEK rsc Ml mii- Dry Goods 15c Ginghams, best colors'and be3t patterns for one week at 12 1-2c 15c Percales, 36in new patterns 121-2 12 1-2 Percales, 31in new patterns 10c 42 inch Pajama checks 10c Nainsook 20c, 17 l-2c, 1U21-2 and 10c Calicoes, Standard ;.., .v".r.. ,6c Shirting, -Madrasr25c, 20c and'...vvf.-rr.'. 15c 10 1-4 Brown sheeting at7'...r..'...V....v&' 35c Hope Domestic (10 yards to the customer) 11 1-2 Good asJold Domestic...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 27 April 1917

'"'fiJf ffhuti 0 AND NEWS 4- , Editou and Prop. BARTLBTT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY. APRIL 27, 1917. $1.00 Year. VOL. XXXI. No. 47 ,i.iU i ,P Kim a I B I TAKEN INTO CUSTODY. DillflViTexns, April 25.-Mys-terji totlny surrounds the taking intttcustbfly by the Dallas polico lasfelftigiH uf II. C. Poe, foirucv premdeiit of the Temple State Batik and chief witness against Gov ernor James E. Ferguson at the investigation conducted by the Davis House committee. A long distance call to Tem- ple y brought from Sheriff Hugh Smifffifcof Bell County the state- mMfifcthat ho hold a warrant against Poe, made -out on an af- fidavit by William Blum yester- day charging Poe with embert- fcleiment in a real estate deal. Thfe sheriff said the money in- volved totaled $3,000. lF&E'KS$than,.thi3 the sher iff I jiaieKMoicbmment. except 'iJ&$vvould make a Fho Assocmecl Px-ess corres- Bident at Temple, R. O. Gresli- i, said over the long distance jplvone that Blum is a farm Lnager for. Gover...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 27 April 1917

? ' 1; ' U awwmn njwwy 15he TRIBUNE and NEWS Friday, April 27, 1917 Raising flags is asy, but rais- ing Armies in another and more difllcult a proposition, and means more than flag-raising. Even in time of war the graft- ers continue their infamous work. Note the prices of U. S. flags, if you please, as compared lo what they were before .the declaration. V. Goodrich Jones, of Temple, was here Saturday looking after some improvements recently made on his brick business property. Other buildings in the busi- ness section of Bartlett need new and up-to-date awnings. Docs this mean your property? Lists of school lands coming n the market May 1, arc now ready for distribution. There are 824,975 acres for sale at that lime. Copies of the list, which also contains instructions how to purchase, may be had free of charge by addressing J. T. Rob- ison, emmissioner of the gener- al land office, Austin. At a meeting of the Central Texas Presbytery, in Clifton, iasfc week, the Presbytery as- sum...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 27 April 1917

t; Sf- T -I V Have Your Car PREPARED FOR SERVICE 1 -Spring is here and a long season of service is Ifdfore your car. Continued use has had effect on ydur car on engine, tires, and body. To get the best possible servcie this summer have your car i OVERHAULED AND REPAIRED' '- e are prepared to do this for you, and will undertake to turn your car out practicalln good as new. Give it a chance. That's all it asks of you 'fair play. It can't give good service with dis- abled parts, any more than you can. We guar- antee the workmansihp on every job that leaves (our door. ' Bartlett IViotor Inn Next door to postoffice SAM YOUNG, Manager. The Garage of Satisfactory Service MARTIN LUTHER, TOO, COMPLAINED OP COST OF LIVING THEN. Preached Four Hundred Years Ago Condemning Farmers And Nobility. jwayuwjjw iuthwestcrn University Festi vities Near at Hand. n One of the most gorgeous and jy lar tne most eiauortue pu- jgeant ever staged before tne public of this section of the fetate. will be friven ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 27 April 1917

niiiTOiy0wiMwMiiwwM , Death Calls W. E. Mltchusson. I U. " II'- 6?.' !'-i 5- I AE are stil1 tain ! W cannot guarantee Better give us your order now so you can get one before the price goes up. We have put on a service car if you run out of Gas on the road or need a Tire or Inner Tube Phons us. i We ore at your service. aftfett PHONE NQ. 161, SB H6 and NEWS Friday, April 27, 1917 WHY NOT A LOYALTY DAY? During the construction of the street paving in Bartlett, much was said about some suitable celebration upon completion of the work, but nothing material- ized. Now, that Loyalty pa- rades are appropiate, why not c Bartlett have a Loyalty Day, and invite all the neighbors for miles about to come and spend the day. What Taylor, Temple otf even Austin can do, Bartlett can do. The Tribune suggests that the matter be taken up at once. Be a booster for your and enjoy its prosperity. town, Bartlett should have a Red Cross Society, thereby maintain- ing its reputation as a loyal, pa- triotic ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 27 April 1917

ijf Saturday April 28fch 1tA r '- JBn - i IP ttt 1 (h ifli rH jBHnOAV BBHIttend -;, t3 IeSP' 9$e1 isSii 3 khirv BclMt4 QHgjriwapiv1 PaSr BlWICr1 1 R" 1 1 1 Moham H I WILL HOLD A ' W!m SATURDAY, APRIL 28th H At Our Store I LAWRENCE BROS. HHhH Bartlett, Texas 1 1 .OCALS and PERSONALS Miss Helen Mansker, of iVftw Mnxino. is the charmine Igudst xsi Jfrs. L. Rowntree. Messrs. L. E. Bartlett and Fred flhs.udoin returned Tues day from a visit to Fort McKav- it. Mrs. Marv Crisc of Uvalde. wasa, guest of Mrs. J. W. Cagle this week. Mrs. W.W. Walton and Miss Virgie Bell visited in Granger Tuesday in the interest of the Chautauqua. Miss Corine Smith visited rel- ativeS in Waco this week. Mr. J, D. Slawson wasra court- visitor to Burnet this week. WE GIVE A $25.00 SUIT TO THE PARTY HOLDING THE LUCKY NUMBER ON MAY 1. ONE COUPON GIVEN WITH EACH 50 CENTS IN TAILOR- ING WORK. SAVE YOUR TICKETS. PERKINS THE TAILOR. Dr. C. F. Pearce, who was the guest of Rev. Homer A. McCar- ty and family last weeK, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 27 April 1917

n iF i';' iS i'l A . J-'lM HlUMPnWHP MEDICINES , All '.Patent Medicines handled by us are under the direct supervision of the Pure Food and Drug Act of the United States, I V 1 pnara ftVho ftexall Store" Bartlett, - Texas Full Line of LOCALS and PERSONALS John Dillard was a Waco vis- itor Sunday. Vntfe'":--A firs'; class black- smith, E. A. Cauthen, I.art'ett, Texas. Max Rowntree made a busi- ness trip to Chickasha and Ada, Okla., last week. Hempel & Whitlow have Amov- ed to their new quarters at the T. M. Randolph music store, where they will be pleased to see you. Mr. and Mrs. John Lawrence, accompanitd by M. and Mrs.D. X Pennington ar enjoying camp life at Medina dam this week. Selected Mebane planting eed at Rowntree Bros. Messrs. Fred Montgomery, 0. R. Cline, Ollie Davis and Herbert Gates were Waco visitors Sun- day. For a glass of good ice tea call for Golden Qatebiand at Law- fco auV one' o "the best im- rilnts&'mader by the city fclylsthe placing of a turn Sng post i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 27 April 1917

.1 ..v. . j riJWf,. tv TEXAS FARMERS MUST PLANT SUFFICIENT FOOD FOR PEOPLE. To the Pmsr and People of Tflxna. I have just returned from the conference ot united btates de- partment of agriculture officiate artment of ngricultnro officials, agricultural college representa- tives and agricultural commis sioners of the principal food and teed growing states, ncm in m. Louis this wcelc, and my inform- ation concerning tne fooa and feed supply for 1917 was more than confirmed. Present prices are not due to speculation"; they represent a real world shortage of all things oaten by man or beast, and they go higher if the supply is not in- creased and if our extravagance lad waste are not curbed, fcery pounnd of enefgy must -planting and growing season and every reasonable economy must be practiced by all the people by the well-to-do, especially if we are to sustain the soldiers now fighting our battles in Eu- rope, and they alone must do the fighting for a whole year while we get an army re...

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