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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 22 June 1917

SPwHSI -& TTM7 "" o WWjr-w ' friMil'i " WWKW FLOWERS FOR THE LtVTNG. WMBBBIWBMIM 1 wwriuaiiMBiiiMiwiiiiMJimiiiiimjani iftWdBiiwiwwiiwmaiiiiiiii H-ff 9 Vs I1 ft It ' h liv I". w ..... 1 MinWH ly Clean and Press your suit. We please the hard to please. Ladies work given special attention. TRY U Telephone 2-8-5 work promptly and properly done. We call for and deliver your clothes. !5he TRIBUNE and NEWS Friday, June 22. 1917 Red Cross will keep away a German Governor General. Oui$ffi1hbor on the north, preparing to have a Just J. Papathcodorokou- moundurgistomichalakopulos. of Chicago, bought a Liberty bond, and says he 13 an American, and proud of it. Finance the Red Cross and help defeat the enemy, Bartlett people are told. Are you doing your part to- ward pushing your business, through the columns of yuor home paper? Don't let your next door neighbor be more pro- gressive then you. "We have got to build a wall of granite or prepare to suffer' what Belgium and northern France and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 22 June 1917

mma B MHHUIUJIIIMIIIHHMMMH.MMI ' H'llllillMnMIMnillllllimiMMMllMllIWl rmnnTninrmTmnwffnri in niiimiininir'jTina-umnii iiiumi mil 11 ii i(iirrTTrTwnrTWiwtnnrnrTrriii nriiMgi itiiiiwiiwwiMwiiiijiiiijiiLLiwauJULijiijU'"''' ' r in iiniiiiiiiiniinnmBfiinmniBiiiiiii nniiiniiiiianuiiinLiiiiwiwii NEW REGULATION LAWS GOVERNING AUTODRIVERS. VITAGRAPll ACTAULLY DESTROYS VILLAGE m v - - 9 L?:.'. I , '" Ill m?.. JrJ b i ! R: sii.5,- Kit? kv- L?r it. fc. For tho information of those of our readers, who owns cars, we publish the following princi- pal features in tho Highway Commission law governing the operation of motor vehicles. This law goes into effect the first of July: On or before July 1st, every owner of an automobile, motor- cycle of motor vehicle, must file with the State Highway Com- mission at Austin,, an application for register number. The com- mission will furnish blanks for this purpose. The annual tax or registra- tion fee is rated at 35 cents per horse power, using the A. L. A. M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 22 June 1917

K EMHiifiti ? mmm ra m i- l k- 6e TRIBUNE and NEWS Friday, June 22. 1917. The Bell County grand jury adjourned Saturday morning, until July 23, after returning sixteen bills charging felonies and two for misdemeanor. Notwithstanding there is law against speeding on the streets, Bartlett still possesses a few characters who violate it almost daily. They keep well within the limit, until they think they can evade the officers, or get on a side street. At last, saloon men can pro- tect themselves from selling liquors to miners. Many bar- tendexs, when suspicious of a youth, are asking to see his reg- istration card. If he isn't reg- istered, he's not of age, or he's an old man and that's all there is to it. Belton News. The price of all things are high, and they'll be higher yet ; you'll soon pay more for soup and pie, and liverwurst, you bet. The prices of all things are high, and they'll be higher yet; no wonder you heave a sigh, if you are plunged in debt. At all times debt's a curs...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 22 June 1917

y fywwffiwjr f!$m IMHAfa iWBBHiiiwuauMuiiinamiMwrtwMta We Have Blanks! for registering your automiljle under the new law. We will be glad to send them without charge to you. Also .we will fill your car with Dim- mer Lens as required by the new law. Dozier Supply Station rescent Theatre torday, June 30th GREATER VITAGRAPH Presents America's Daintiest Actress ANITA STEWART- tol ! l-.-w ".' LOCALS and PERSONALS Raz Za, at Lawrence Bros. Mr. Geo. F. Wacken of Bal- linger, is here, visiting relatives. Look out for Raz Za at Law- rence Bros. John and Ed. Malechdc' vis- ited at Brookhaven Sunday. The "Adventures " of a Boy Scout. June 25lh. Miss Gene Fowler is visiting "friends in Georgetown this week. Mr. J. N. L. McCurdy leaves today for Corpus Christi to spend a few days. Raz Za, Raz Za, Raz Za, at Lawrence Bros. Mr. and Irs. C. P. Meisner, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Brune were Austin visitors Tuesday. June 25th. Adventures of a Boy Mrs. Eugene Shoemaker and babe aro in Elgin this week, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 22 June 1917

1?..'74, vrasvT 'tv. .v TTijrKWMiKw !"i '.S' VnVf 'i Jj? ' jTj if..' P1- s . O m f 1 1. if' ' 1A& wBBbm'm 'U' Leatherman's Auto Polish Will keep your car looking new, out on a polish that does not gum or catch the dust, it simply cleans and restores the varnish to its original brilliancy. We prepare this polish here in our store and we guarantee it to give you satisfactiou and a trial will convince you that it i3 better. Put up in generous 50c bottles. We have the best of sponges from lOcto $1,00 Chamois skins that can be washed and will not dry hard. Leatherman Drug Go. Bartlett, Texas LOCALS and PERSONALS "Bige" Belk, of Burnet, was here this week. Carl Aiken and family, of Sa- lado, were here Sunday. C R. Cline made a business trip to Lometa last Saturday, returning Monday. Messrs. Carlie Kowntree and C. M. Dozier were Taylor visi- tors Friday. Miss Mary Hair was the guest of friends in Georgetown last Friday. Miss Lucille Laughlin is at- tending the summer school in Sail Mar...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 22 June 1917

ftta Sfi ESTIMATES OP TEXAS WHEAT VARY GREATLY. Washington, June 10. There is a great difference of opinion amongst Texas people in the es- timates which have been made of the Texas wheat crop now be- ing harvested. The estimates have 'been running principally from 12,000,000 to 18,000,000 busholB, but there have been es timates as high as 20,000,000 and as low as 8,000,000. The last estimate of the United States' Department of Agricul- ture was made on June 1, and was for a crop of 14,093,000 an increase of nearly 1,500,000 bushels over the estimate made on May 1. The yield last year was 13,200,000. Officials of the Department of Agriculture say that when an increase of the crop is shown the tendency of un-ofllcial re- ports is to claim an , increase ' greater than exists in facts; likewise, when a decrease is shown the tendency o unofficial reports is in the other direction. Thus, they say the wide diver- -igence of unofficial reports in Texas is but an evidence of the general ten...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 22 June 1917

if .1 - ' ' .!!,'."' ' ".' ' ,', ' ' '. . " '"".'" L" ". - LL ' " m.oji i U.'JJJj Wedding Announcement. Entre Nous Club Entertained, i Bartlett Scouts Do Good Work. : mmmmw mummmMmmmmmm nmmwmtm m iiiWHWMinmiiiiimiin mmmmmwamwwmmm v. "it M ' ' n M Friday afternoon, Mies Inez Bell was hostess to the mem- bers of the Bavtlett Woman's Club, and the E. D. and B. M. Club, of Granger, when formal announcement of the marriage of Miss Mnld J. Allen to Mr. Edgar T. Neal, of San Saba, was made. A color scheme of gold, green and white was carried out in the decoratidns, ferns, golden flow- .ers and shasta daises, making a most beautiful iloral efrcct. The guest book, an artistic fancy, by Miss Cronin, was attractive in features, emblematic of the oc- casion. The initials of both the bride and grcom-to-be were wrought upon the cover, while -cupid, encircled by a wreath of fanciful flowers, love knots and bells, triumphantly bore upon his shoulder, two hearts. The inside cover bore the following ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 29 June 1917

I J .si I I? I'i,,... AND NEWS .) ft ;w -1 IV ..t a ' , fr," ' -! (it- . ' r R. F, GATES, Editor and SEVEN JURORS SECURED FOR PORTER TRIAL. , .Bolton, June 27. The case cf Willie Porter, charged with mur- der growing out of the finding of tho body of Miss Emma Sra- , lew in the Leon v'ver it' March, of the present yea ,,as taken up in the district court this , morning. Defendant placed motion be- fore the court for continuance to grant three days' time to en- . able him and his attorneys to in- vestigate the history, character, etc., of the 125 veniremen. Tho motion wad K overruled. Call of venire and hearing of le- gal excuses was taken up before the noon recess of the court tak- en at 12:15. The first member of the jury, A. S. Clark, of Bart- lett, was sworn in at 2:30. At 2:43 W. J. Brock, of Salado, took the oath as juror. The following is the list of ju- rors secured to adjournment of night session of the court: Al- bert S. Clark, Bartlctt; W. J. Brock, Salado; E. W. Henning- t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 29 June 1917

.'i1 ",,'( Jt,,-v - Bhe TRIBUNE and NEWS Friday, June 29. 1917 WORDS 01? A JUDGE. JudgQ Hamilton, of George- town, in sentencing a lG-year- f old boy to the penitentiary lust f hore are a few grains thrcs-, week, for the period of forty ers throughout the country, but i years for the brutal murder of instead of going to each field of : the boys's own father, deliv- grain they set their machinery , ered to hifn the following ad- tb work In one neighborhood and j monition along with the verdict: the farms for several miles! "The court desires to speak a around bring in their grain. ' word to you before you finish. Most of them bring all their crop 1 am a father and have a boy I nt one load. Florence Vidette. j love. You have been indicted' - - I by a grand jury, of Williamson The Bartlott Tribune was j county, tried by a court ofyour thirty-one years old on June 8 , n and conviciotl 0f'brie of Msi- - , Mood-cun,-ever, thoracis, nothing; of the ling criminaj ofTonces that was slacker a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 29 June 1917

' 'jn ??, r; w .-. i ""'?' c. . -.'i - - -.:'' '"'. -TrlWT KmK. -; , - ., ,yf Trt1" f.'T'iP .p; "' ny-& .1 k It to Officers and Committees of Red Cross Auxiliary". The following is a list of local officers and committees of the Red Cross branch: . Chairman, Mrs. E. T. "Jones. Vice-Chairman, E. B. Paisley. Secretary, Mrs. W. W. Walton. Treasurer, E. C. Haeber. Standing Committees : I. Officers & Chairman of Committees. - II.. Membership. Mesdames G. Hempel, I. L. Brown, A. F. Schpfield, A. F. Taylor, Edwin Faubion, Stanton Allen, W. W. Walton, and Messrs. H. Tlucelr, T. M. Randolph, J. C. Laughlin, E. B. Paisley. III. Ways. & Means. Mes- dames Chaudion, S. H. Mathews, John Lawrence, J. S. Rogers, W. G. Smith, E. C. Haeber, A. E. Wackor", and Messrs. D. D. Fair- child, Jr., E. E. Lindemann, E. .M. Wilson, A. E. Wacker, John Lawrence. x IV. Finance. Mesdames F. T. Stockton, M. A. Bartlett, W. J. Caglc, R. B. Ramses', and Messrs. Stanton Allen, J. V. Morris, D. K. Leatherman...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 29 June 1917

ra vc, iffM ' .j" u p., i 3Bh. v 4 ! 'rw ly ' (u 1 1 4iw ; . ' WbYxM "t' . WTM w &v K r-1 KW SftSiSIffi wrijy' rtA, - IB . V, '"0 s KEEP BUSINESS GOING Our country prosperous, can pay our war costs, as they come, ' an,d have enough left over to aid our allies. Our country unprosperous, with business haltinpr, money hoared' through fear or false economy, will be hard pressed to keep food on .the table and cloth- ing on tho back. "Keep business Koine" is a patriotic slogan. Keep money in circulation. Keep employ- ment for everybody. Keep wages good. Keep on making money that we may have money to spend for war sacrifices. ' The worst thing that could happen to the world these days would be a business depression in our United States. The war itself does not cause business depression, The billions of dollars of money to be expended in war prepara- tions will be put into circulation in our own countyr, and this in itself will create new wealth for use in the world-struggle for humanit...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 29 June 1917

W ij i !' u mms. WP( i illinium ritiiiiiiiiiiiiirinwiimiiirn 'Mi i r "fii t "" " 1 h n 6 Per Cent to 7 Per "Cent Interest r For good Farm Loans, no interest Daid in advance, no commission or bonus char- ges, no extra chargesof any kind, only one Deed of Trust, just a straight loan without any catches. , T. C. Cloud & Co. Temple Killeen Farmers State Bank Building, Temple, Texas CHANGES MADE BY NEW WAREHOUSE LAW. The Inst legislature amended the warehouse law in many par- ticulars, making it much more satisfactory to the farmers and sinners. The amended law provides for only one commissioner; reduces the ginners' bond and leaves other conditions the same; one sample, four to six ounces, to be taken by the ginner, unless re- quested by the owner not to take it, and makes it optional for the ginner to take a second sample for his own protection, provided first sample is demand- ed by the owner ; changed meth- ods of wrapping, so bale is com- pletely wrapped after compress- ed; maki...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 29 June 1917

5SP" i . k 4 H6e TRIBUNE and NEWS sMnemiHEABnMesaRBMBMaaasai Friday, June 29. 1917 The man who refused to give to the Red Cross is to be pitied more than censured. A noteworthy Red Cross sub- scription taken at Temple, the past week, was that of Hans Schroeder, florist of that city, and a native German, who sub- scribed 10 cash and gave an ad- ditional pledge of 10 per month during the duration of the war. Just as certain as men and boys do "not respond to the call in the war, they will be con- scripted. And this is not all, for just as sure as a man refuses to give of his money, when call- ed upon by the propeer author- ity, it -will be conscripted. The "slacker" is going to get that "which he deserves. Demand for wheat bins and other grain receptacles are greater this year than any pre- vious year, according to dealers in the state. Because of this increase demand, dealers believe that more grain will be held by Texas farmers this season than at any time in recent years. Producers...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 29 June 1917

nSrP ri vuf y tV fy .-Wv t VV Y y$ i f ff s i LOCALS and PERSONALS Oscav Lange was a Ttjmplo visitor Wednesday. " ; All THmmed Hats at liatf price. Mrs. Hawkins. E. Jochctz was in South Toxas this week on business. Messrs. .Ellis Ware and Pres- ton Ramsey, were in North Tex- as this week, on business. All Trimmed Hats at half price, Mrs. Hawkins. Mi. C. H. Griffith of Fort Worth is here the guest of hjs sister, Mrs. A. F. Taylor. It's dry, but Nowotny's busi- ness is still growing. There is a reason for it. W, L. Stokes is reported on the sick list this week. Messrs. W. J., Brock and A. S. Clark were jurors in Belton this week. "' Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Lawrence returned Wednesduy, from a days' outing, at Galveston. All Trimmed Hats at Milf price. Mrs. Hawkins. ' City Marshal Dickerson re turned home Tuesday from a visit to relatives in Mortal, Shackelford County. He re- ports the country in need of rain very badly. Miss Gertrude Higgins, of El Paso will arive Sunday, to be the guest of ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 29 June 1917

WW1 ' 'JMI 'f&? Vr , w : jr K. W-vT - I if- I ft' ." f"V mitt-i' WM OlWUIMIilllllHWHH BBMll11WliniUI,wili1 BIMMWHIIMiilllJllMliBimii llIJH IIIIIWIIJIIWWMIgtWBWWWBWWIWMMIMi O " Leatherman's Will keep your car looking new, mit on a polish that does '. not gum or catch the dust, it simply cleans and restores the varnish to its original brilliancy. We prepare this polish here in our store and we guarantee it to give you satisfaction and a trial will convince you that it is better. Put up in generous 50c bottles. We have the. best of sponges from 10c to $1,00 Chamois skins that can be washed and will not dry hard. Leatherman Drug Go. N Bartlett, Texas LOCALS and PERSONALS Roy Bartlett was here from San Antonio, this week. J. Farwood, of Taylor, was here Monday on business. BORN To Fay Whitlow and wife, a girl. T. F. Fowler is visiting friends in Belton this week. Messrs. W. W. Hair and De- Witt Bowmer, of Temple, were here Tuesday on legal business. Walter Knight, of San An- tonio, i...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 29 June 1917

HMHtf w''l'fF-tfilJ r U 't Skkf W Lr'-l - ' 4 Pi a '"- If, , ititf- fb. CHEAPEST FEED EARTH ON (Cotton Seed Products) iwsaiHHBiHra We havo just received a shipment of loose hulls. - Loose. Hulls per 100 lbs. $1.00 Per Ton $20.00 Meal " " $2.50 . $48:00 Mixed Feed " " $1.60 " " $30.00 (G6odor a Hog as well as a Gow) , Delinted Hulls per 1 00 lbs. $1 .00 Per Ton $20.00 For "COTTON the Time. nam Iri jMarket 'mnju a 57 4SJIT "jf-Vsr ;"-. w ;tflS-TMI Mill i ..,, . .. .... .j i MORRIS TO RUN FOR GOVERNOR NEXT YEAR. Winnsboro, Texas, June 23. Charles H. Morris, candidate for Governor in the Democratic primaries last summer, has an- nounced that he will be a candi- date for Governor in 1918. In making his announcement he said: "I will make a thorough campaign of the State, in the support of the many issues I ad- vocated last year. In the near future, I will place my entire platform before the people." ""Mr. Morris briefly outlined some of the things he will advo- cate as a candidate, as fol...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 29 June 1917

v1' . tfVsiH?'. v , a.. , , . . ,''.' -. f v ' . "t ' ''''', " ,. ' . .?aj , - : . : JXMMik::il:J& t'- , .. .-- ... ' ,.l.....in;.l,,,i,..l. ri"ii,i"i" " "-'T'WfWj- -ii-i i , jjHiHnnsBii BL I. - $ v - p .'. fu- :-' p' , . Vji - ts ',! ;. I' ' , ":. 1f. t $ v .N' S - tfV3- ' ds MISS M&ID ALU5N HIGHLY, HONORED BY FlUBNDS At Leading Social Event of the Week. Mrs. Lucaa Rown- tree. Hostess. 1 The leading social event of !' the Week, or for many weeks, as for that, was a hospitality at tho spaciuos Rowntree home, with Mrs. Lucas Rowntree as hos- tess and Mies Maid J. Allen as honoree, from five to seven o'clock, Tuesday afternoon. Tho marriage of Miss Allen to Mr. Edgar Neal having been previously announced here, her friends, who are numbered by tho scope of her acquaintances, took great pleasure in respond- ing to an invitation to assemble to do her honor, and she was the recipient of a copious miscella- neous shower of beuatiful- gifts, attesting true friendship and appreciatio...

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

&?imm& vl AND' NEWS .SI Fl CATESrEoiTOR AND Pj m ' BARTLETT WILLIAMSON COUNTY." TEXAS. FRIDAY. MyJ,"1917. ' ' $1.00 yEAltTVOL, XXXII.1 FATE OP WILL POUTER IN HANDS OF THE .1UR. ttM.kteIW4 mtSm AIRPLANE LANDS LARGE SHIPMENT OF HAY NEAR HERE MONDAY GOES TO THE-FARMERS. No. 5 Bolton, Tox., July 4.- -Within a fow more hourathe fate of Will Porter, chnrjyod with the murder of Miss Emma Stanley will rest entirely vith the jury. Following the closing of testi- mony this morning, and a mo- tion by the state in the after- noon for the reopening of-the case which was wanted the last witness was heard and no one now can testify for gr against the man, Avhose life may be said o hang in the balance for atonement, for the qrime which he is charged by indict- . ment, wih perpetrating. The judge's charge, too, has been read tb the jury and arguments now are under way, with a strong lineup of four attorneys on each side the state's repre- sentatives pleading that the ev- idence introduced, p...

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

n" Mbs . .f.i - It- I r l i, i . ft :r. lobe TRIBUNE and NEWS Friday, July 6. 191 7 Figures issued by the War Department show there are 1,289,179 aliens and 11L.U2.1 alien enemies in the United States. In1 .Texas tln'ri are 28,029 aliens, and 1,85)4 h'in cn- omies. When any church organiza- tion allow members to belong to it for the financial aid t'-'ey might be to it, right there and then, said organization has jcone to the d 1. It takes pure reli- gion and Christianity to o the work of Christ. A Concho county farmer sold his irish potatoes last week in San Angelo. The crop amount- ing to 17,600 bushels and brought $26,250 and were grown on 100 acres of irrigated land. Some potatoes and some money for these Avar times. San Saba News. The registration on June 5th in grand old Williamson county, was completed without a cent of charge by a single officer or em- ployee. Williamson county has a large German population and this loyal service to the United States Government is worthy of c...

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

5H vrnr W ', Egw !:.: & fc&r ii . i af K21 lis, 1&. T. v rv k KULES FOR DRAFTING BY PRESIDENT WILSON. Washington, July 2. Presi- dent Wilson today-promulgated ft complete set of regulations designated to select the drafted armies of the United States with the least inequality and personal hardship." The rules are for the guidance of the exemption and appelate boards established throughput the nation to handle the im- mense work of the draft. The president's action today sets the machinery in motion. A later proclamation will set a date for the draft and provide certain regulations for oits operation. July 10 is the day most spoken of at present as the date of the draft. The regulations promulgated by the president today fill a booklet of more than fifty pages. In an accompanying statement TEXAS FARMER W THE DRY WEATHER ved on the black, waxey land almost due south of DnliafSn a county that was well !knbwnfor its productiveness. ! uis corn crop laueu complete- ly! but he ...

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