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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 18 May 1917

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 18 May 1917

"'?"' Pk r-e ,'"'. fX Sri- ' wxrwirxrrK mmi' Mvsxnxsjrts 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. Weguar- antee the workmansihp on every job that leaves our door. . Bartlett Motor Inn Next door to ppstoffice SAM YOUNG, Manager. The Garage of Satisfactory Service Former banker face swindling charge - 4 Waco, Texas, May 18. IT. C. Poe, , former president ' of the Temple State Bank, was taken Into custody at Temple Satur- day night by City Marshal Fish- er, of Temple. The arrest was made. on an indictment, returned by the McLennan grand jury, in whic...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 18 May 1917

W-, rH ft" r.v fc ; CTl'-SyjJS WjfWBfflf I RBI i m -' BHKHBIStni "CLEAN UP AND PAINT UP" SWING into line with-the sqirit of Springtime; take a tip from old Mother Nature. Maybe your house would look better with coat of.Jpaintr or possibly the fence, outbuilding or :creens seem a little dingy in the bright spring sunshine. How about your floors? Are they showing heel marks? And ' has some of the furniture been scratched up? Painting or varnishing will not only beautify, it will make the wood last so much longer that it's actually cheaper to paint than not. Faint fillsthe cracks and holes where germs lurk, makes for sanitation. Spring calls for Paint. Heed the call of Spriug! The Best Place to Buy Paint e have all kinds of paints, varnishes and ushes, at the most reasonable prices. Drop Land look them over. Palrchild Lumber Co. Bartlett, Texas 15he TRIBUNE and NEWS Friday, May 18. 1917 The Chautauqua was a sue- ""Cess. Hats off to the ladies who ,made it' "a go". Sunday next will be d...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 18 May 1917

Jp J --- LOCALS and PERSONALS Mrs. J. B. Duncan and Mrs. Volney Rood visited Harold Duncan in Austin Tuesday. Misses Ryan and Martha Schrock, of Georgetown, were pver Tuesday night to attend the Chautauqua. Mrs. J. E. Barnes was.taken to a sanitarium in Temple Wed- nesday, where she will undergo an operation for appendicitis. Mrs1 C. C. Wilson was taken to Temple Tuesday, where she underwent an operation at one of the sanitariums. Four Cars of good hay on hand at Rowntree Bros. Mesdames E. M. Wilson and R. S. White and little daughter, ?illie Bob. visited friends in aylor Wednesday. Four Cars of good hay "on hand at Rowntree Bros. . Mr. and Mrs. S'. Drnne and family are the guests of rela- tives , and friends in Yoakum this week. Messrs. B. Daniel and OUie Davis made a business trip to .Belton Wednesday. Judge W. S. Shipp, of Beltoh, was a Bartlett visitor Wednes- day. ' Four Cars of good hay on hand at Rowntree Bros. Miss Marie Denison, of Tem- ple, was the guest of Miss Gay- nelle...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 18 May 1917

4 ' , -V I, v !" i i i"-- fr- i.SE -C. MEDICINES Alt.iPatent Medicines handled by as are under the direct supervisiorfof the Pure food and Drug Act of the United States, Condra &? Blair Bartlett, - Texas Full Line or Medicines MILS and PERSONALS 5-- ua&aeii; .a- aafcHh itjwwT, rtvfnrvw' ' w lrtI- -L"'i"; AJi S; ,: Jv, fe-WIIW! . L Wilson, of Midway, was nere Monday on business. Mrs. Logan Mewhinney, of Holland, was a Bartlett visitor Monday. Say! That floor looks rough around that Art Square. I can make it match it. W. R. Hor- ton, the painter-man. M. E. Albrecht, agent for the mce order q Tribune $? 'tifttt George town, was a Bartlett visitor Monday. FOR SALE: Potato slips for 25 cents per hundred or $2.50 per 1000. You need not come on Sunday. G. L. Barfield, 1 mile E. of Davilla. Mr. Abe Roberts, one of our good friends, and valued read ers, remembered the Tribune his week. When in need of Fruit jars, fruit jar caps or rubbers, re- member that our store ishead- quarters. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 18 May 1917

nkViviwv MmiM w -4 'ORGANIZATION TO PUSH CONSERVATION JIM PETIT CLOSES A LARGE LAND DEAL Austin, Texas, May 11. A Mtate organization watt formed .here Friday at a conference of J county judges and representa- tives of commercial organiza- tions throughout tho State, ex- tension department of the Uni- versity of Texas, Agricultural and Mechanical college and the State department of agriculture for the purpose of prosecuting a vigorous campaign for better methods of marketing to meet the increased production of food and feedstuffs and improved methods of conservation and preservation of the food dupply of the country. C. C. Gumm, manager of the Fort Worth chamber of Com- merce, was elected Slate chair- man. . The meeting was enthusiastic throughout and closed with the singing of the national hymn. There is to be effected an or- ganization in each county in the State, and the State organiza- tions jto work through the Tex- as council of defense recently appointed by Governor Fergu- son...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 18 May 1917

(fy 7?,;,Mv;-'" ;' Miiijiritjiiu fjSt . ' '. i, '. Wis -. "I! FALL OF A ' NATION" THE GREAT WAR DRAMA In Ten Parts By Thomas Dixon At the Crescent Theatre SATURDAY, MAY 26TH The Best Offering of the Season Admission 25c and 35c TICKETS NOW ON SALE Cftfijjlftl 'Chrfeghtn -. Gltitttfti.. We VI11 dlsptttfsrG. Vili . out- If o'clock service on ftcoounj. of the Baccalaureate address. At the evening hour wo will speak on some lessons taught by "The Melting Pot," the great American Drama. Do not fail to hear the mes sage. v. Little Sermons. Many a case of love at first sight is duo to .dim lights. A scarco'articlo a being that will measure' up on all sides a manly 'inaij. Homer A. McCarty. Resolutions. The Chautauqua. The Chautauqua has come and gone and has left an indeli-) ble impression tor good on tne entire community. We deem ourselves indeed fortunate to have secured such splendid talent, both literary and musical, the like of which has never been within our bor- ders. We congratulat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 25 May 1917

tOI II I I 1 1 I V fe A. "W '' ' - tt ., AND NEWS R. F. GATES, Editor and Prop. BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY, MAY 25, 1917. $1.00 Year. VOL. XXXI. No. 51 .PJIPI'II'JV' h Y - is J-u- r 4 f t ORGANIZED RED CROSS AUXILIARY IN BARTLETT. At a meeting of several of Bartlott's ladies, a few days ago, a Red Cross Auxiliary was or- ganized with Mrs. E. T. Jones President; Mrs. W. W. Walton Secretary ; and Mrs. A. E. Wack- cr Treasurer. This is a very important movement, and one that -should receive the hearty co-operation of all. Member- ship in the Red Cross does net of itself impose any obligations, an'd should not be confused with volunteer enrollment for active , field service with the Red Cross. The work of the Red Cross is confined to the zones of trans vr and interior or home Country. '. It is in the home country that -ronost of us will find our oppor- tunity to serve the Red Cross. It is from the interior that the vast quantities of medical sup plies and comforts certai...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 25 May 1917

5E -5- i$! .y -i.r. o CHEAP MONEY - COME LET US EXPLAIN We have recieved from THE FEDERAL LAND BANK, HOUSTON, ARTICLES OF ASSO- CIATION, and other data with reference to obtain- ing loans from them, and would be glad to co-operate with and assist you in obtaining these loans. We believe this is a good opportunity to secure money at a cheap rate of interert. Please call and see us and let us explain their system to you. We would be glad to assist you in organizing these AS- SOCIATIONS and getting your loans through for you. Yours for co-operation, M. MONTEITH ABSTRACT COMPANY, Belton, Texas. LOCALS and PERSONALS on Miss Lou Jackson, of Drift- wood, is visiting her brother, Mr. J. W Jackson. FOR SALE: Potato slips for 25 cents per hundred or $2.50 per 1000. You need not come on Sunday. G. L. Barfield, 1 mile E. of Davilla. Miss LaVerne Cates was the guest of friends in Thorndale the past week. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hunt, of near Granger, were shopping in Bartlett Friday. KILL THE BLUE BU...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 25 May 1917

.nwtfhi? - m V IV.. km r. i? 1-5 K PLANNING GLORJOUS FOURTH AT GEORGETOWN. Georgetown, Tex., May IS). Arrangements are boing made for the greatest Fourth of July colobration over held in William- son county, to be held at Old Settlers' park on the San Gab- riel river on Wednesday, July 4. Tht Yniincr Men's Business League has appointed a general commmittee, which will have charge of the arrangements, as follows: Mayor John D. Hud- son, Editor L. J. Rountree, Hon. R. E. Ward, H. E. Richard- son, J. W. Long and Prof. Ru- dolph Kleberg. Every business organization and fraternal clubs in William- son county will be invited to par- ticipate, including the Sons of Hermann, Odd Fellows, Wood- men of the VVorld, Red Cross Chapters, Council of National Defense, business leagues, fire departsments and city officials at Taylor, Hutto, Round Rock Granger and Bartlett. Wo- men's clubs, farmers' instoitutes and prominent speakers will be invited. A special committee on concessions is composed of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 25 May 1917

MM m HBMM w "CLEAN UP AND PAINT UP" SWING into line with the sqirit of Springtime; take a tip from old Mother Nature. Maybe your house would look better with a coat of .paint; or possibly the fence, outbuilding or :creens seem a little dingy in the bright spring sunshine. How about your floors? Are they showing heel marks? And has some of the furniture been scratched up? Painting or varnishing will not only beautify, it will make the wood last so much longer that it's! actually cheaper to paint than not. Paint fillsthe cracks and holes where germs lurk, makes for sanitation. Spring calls for Paint. Heed the call of Spriug! The Best Place to Buy Paint We have all kinds of paints, varnishes and brushes, at the most reasonable prices. Drop in and look them over. Fairchild Lumber Co. Bartlett, Texas 15he TRIBUNE and NEWS Friday, May 25, 1917 Be patriotic. Buy a Liberty Loan Bond. What has become of Bartlett's Great White Way?" ET . ",. T !-.. Hiny W JUUKB UU.yuil-.y greatest day in the ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 25 May 1917

rrZ-t , ' $ fTSfW ljT LOCALS and PERSONALS A u t i 4 Sheriff Hugh Smith, of Bel- ton, was hero yesterday on his rounds, prepare tor:' to registra- tion, June 5. It. It. Ogdcn, of Taylor, was was here yesterday on business. Mr. and Mrs. John Wacker and Mrs. Itich Powers and son visited in Mexia this week. Jot Felton, of San Gabriel, was here Sunday on a visit. Henry Reinhardt and family accompanied by Miss Myrtle Malechek, left yesterday for Bellville, to visit relatives. Messrs. H. F. Overby and Stanton Allen enjoyed fishing, on the Lampasas this week. Herman Prinzing was in Granger Tuesday on business. Messrs. It. S. Thompson and Joe Bridges were in Georgetown Monday attending court. Holly Horton has gone to West to work for A. V. Stephens in the skating rink. Mm. "Rort Dickson, returned home yesterday from MoranJ where she was called on account of the illness and death of her sister. Itexall Toilet Cream for sun- burn, chapped hands and lips. Free from grease. Condra & Blair. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 25 May 1917

g mill m Jim wawmau ll!WBlUlWfllBagtt9WaaBHHM iiiniaH irinniiriininn iiiiiininiiimimmMiiiiiiniii mm iinmiwuniii iiiinniiiinnmiiiiiiaiiii iwiniii)iiiiiiMiniMnwmim SWAT THE f LY! We Have A Full Line Of SCREEN DOORS Everything To Screen Anything. iii iii "i i in i ' HWIi'TihliPHiiM" (MUM i "1 i f mW4 7 . (Y!Vr s '-' lif ..JavL. .l VI. . o , -i M". m fXMk t i MUTUAL LUMBER Co. A. R. GROSSE, Manager. 15he TRIBUNE and NEWS Friday, May 25. 1917 Terrell For Governor. Former State Senator Tom W. Perkins, Editor of the McKin- lip.v fiourier-Gazett. was a visi tor to the State Capitol recently. Hejs well and favorably known, having served' tour years in the Texas Senate, and upon his re- turn in an editorial in his paper, he paid Comptroller Terrell this tribute: "We met Comptroller Ter- rell. The writer is especially fond of Senator Terrell having served in the Thirty-first and Th'i'rty-second Senate with him. He is a newspaper man and one of the best and cleanest men in Texas politics. Thi-e...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 25 May 1917

1 X- V ; T n t f- yp ,p tff' irww. . r T j -mxnr Wfffi&FWF ri ' "V -i W t us-3 h - ft i- i't IV-- - tJr- v t -. .-. 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, anyrhore than you can. We guar- antee the workmansihp on every job that leaves our door, Bartfett Motor Inn Next door to postoffice SAM YOUNG, Manager. The Garage of Satisfactory Service BIG CAMPAIGN ON TO PUT TEXAS DRY. Austin, Tex., May20. As the beginning of a concerted move- ment to make Texas dry before the end of the summer, the fol- lowing communication is being mailed from his city to more than a thousand lea...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 25 May 1917

T.-J- ,J f -' ,- 1 .1 W fib. IT J.IIH '. 4 ..Vs" ' mrci r ' ' r IS ft. It If 1 K: SCHWERTNEK NEWS. The Scwertner school closed on last Friday with a nice pic- nic for the children A numher of pupils having been absent on account of measles prevailing for some? time, no program could bb arranged, so a picnic- was given. School, turned out at 11 :30 and all went to the pic- nic grounds, where the lartiei had a splendid'lunch in waiting. Several visitors from Bartlett were present. Every one pro- nounced it a success. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Strauss re- turned from El Paso, Avhere they attended the Bankers' Conven- tion. Will Duncan and E. Wackcr attended court in Georgetown Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Wacker announce the arrival of a baby girl at their home. Quite a crowd of Jarrcll citi- 7ons visited our town in the in- terest of the Chautauqua to be held there soon. Misses Iva and Lora Mode- sette returned to their home in Bartlett, after teaching a very successful term in the Schwert- ner ...

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

'- 'imssgmm : ti ,,, -..: ,' - .w s !Jr Jr JU Jw I'A -" AND NEWS .. If r a jt' c RF. GATES, Editor and Prop. BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY. JUNE 1( 1917. $1.00 Year. VOL. XXXI. No. 52 LOYALTY PAY PARADE TEMPLE MAN APPOINTED PROGRAM JUNE BTH. CAPTAIN OF RANGER CO. June 5th. the day for "regis- tration of all young men be- tween the ages of 21 through 30 is drawing near and with it the following plans for a Loy- alty Celebration for Bartlett have been suggested and par- tinlly perfected. At two o'clock in the after- noon, it is urged that all the people of the town; old and young, rich and poor, pedestri- ans and autoists, who desire to ahow their loyalty to the flag, present themselves at the street eastLPf the Bartlett Garage, to be formed into a parade to march down Main Street to the Tabernacle, where a general convocation will be held. It is planned for this parade to be led by a band, followed by all those young men of regis- terable age, who will on that day prepar...

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

a -ft r V-'.-j- t- wmmmmmmmiiimiilmm & x a- f .v R.i' V W "!.,'. C m 1 ' W-" 1 Sh "' (E k' , , I wis-' -. H6e TRIBUNE! A -MT t0 You and NEWS Friday, June 1, 1917 The roads that lead ft) church are always good ones, whether they7 aro macadanizcd or not. Tho main trouble . these days are that there many who would not go if they were as smooth as maple and were furnished skates free of charge. Go to church and do your duty and the world will look more pleas- ant to you. A man in Taylor, S. C, has invented a device that he thinks will cut down the number of au- tomobile accidents. When the car is running at 15 miles per hour, a white bulb shows on the radiator. When the speed is 25 miles per hour, a green bulb appears. At 40 jniles per hour a rd bulb appears. And at 60 miles per hour a musical horn begins to play: "Nearer, My God, to Thee." Cincinatti Enquirer. It is such a pity that the ex- pensive and good roads of Bell and Williamson counties, are permitted to go to the bad in ma...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 1 June 1917

Vr-tf'fWifyT "M ;jjT' IV. J ' , - PlJftr T" j? , T "PSfJi fSfjf VT VBSXS.KKaffSnWfJjSS?3K.M H"lL i r IV I? Ii Ii t fflb. I; piV- : 4'- H Have Your Car PREPARED FOR SERVICE Spring is here and a long season of service is before your car. Continued UBe 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 youi' 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. rtlett M Next door to postoffice SAM YOUNG, Manager. The Garage of Satisfactory Service APPEARANCE DAY FOU DISTRICT COURT DOCKET. Tuesday, June 5th, 1917, be- ing registration day, it has been decreed that Wednesday, June 6th, 1917, will be appearance day and the appearance Docket will be called on Wednesday in...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 1 June 1917

? .ft'v $$& ''its ,i C&. IT" "CLEAN UP AND PAINT ur SWING into line with the sqirit of Springtime; take a tip from old Mother Nature. avbeyour house would look better with a coat Wmm or possibly the tence, outDuiming or lMieem a little4 dinirv in the bright spring mfhfner "How.abolit your floors? Are -they showing heel marks? And has some of the furniture been scratched up? Painting or varnishing will not only beautify, it will make the wood last so much longer that it'sj actually cheaper to paint than not. Paint fillsthe cracks and holes where germs lurk, makes for sanitation. Spring calls for Point. Heed the call of Spriug! The Best Place to Bay Paint We have all kinds of paints, varnishes and brushes, at the most reasonable prices. Drop in and look them over. Fairchild Lumber Co. Bartlett, Texas 7?A TO IRUNE Rcd CTS WV. - . and NEWS Friday, June 1, 1917 Let us reach the "BOO member- ship mark and then Bartlett will be in a class to itself in the Red Cross organization. It...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 1 June 1917

A---W?- fT :,?; 1 LOCALS and PERSONALS JFVrt Uni! iv.- Sfe?? -. gar.. ASV'-' 21. V, ". Mr. W. W. Walton made a business trip this week to hi farm, near San Antonio. Mystory of the Double Cr'ofe smarting Tuesday at the Cres- cent Theatre. 7 Mr. Sam Shutt, local manager o'frthe Soufhwestern Telqpli&ne, Company at Temple, was, aBavt letl visitor Tuesday. , , . '."Adoptlhe rulcrvof saiiitatlbh. Remember we have a full line of disinfectant chemicals. Condra & Blair. NOTICE: -All ladies will be admitted free for the first Epe- 'gode of the Double Cross Mys- tery Serial, Tuesday Juno 12th, at the Crescent Theatre. Dr. J. "ft. Harlan was in. Tem- ple" Wednesday to see Mrs. Har lan, who is in one. of the '8anitaT; riums for treatment. Mrs. Hayden Perry, of Fort Worth, is visiting relatives in and near Bar tlett. Hr. A. L. Goodman, of .Thorn,- dale, was a guest of Bartlett ' friends Sunday. - jiVIiss, Inez Bell lef t - Monday, nicrht for Denton to visit Miss Edith for a few days, when...

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