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

sr VfiFl f.f'fPVA. " to ,AJ I) ,. ,. " ', h K " 6? TRIBUNE and NEWS Friday, July 6. 1917 The Boy Scouts. The exemption board for the eastern portion of Bell County, recently appointed by President Wilson, has organized for ser- vice and has already received a qhantity of supplies. Dr. L. W. Pollock was chosen president and executive officer, John L. Ward secretary and William Blum is the third member of the board, all residing at Temple. During the course of a speech delivered before a meeting of the Bell County Goat and Sheep Raisers' Association, held at the State experiment farm, west of Temple, Tuesday, Prof. J. M. Jonea, of the department of ani- mal husbandry, of A. and M. college, advised his hearers, who intended purchasing woolen clothing this year, to do so with- out delay, as it might be impos- sible to do so later, owing to the tremendous demand, which the rmy needs would necessitate. Forty-five members attended the meeting. A mighty drive to recruit the National Guard o...

Publication Title: Bartlett Tribune And News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 6 July 1917

r .to i l T f' m ) 1, -i1 . LOCALS AND PERSONALS Misses Edith and Inez Bell were the guests of their sister, Mrs. Rogar McCarty, in Austin, this week. See Roy Horton for that new wall paper. Miss Kate Millhause is in a Temple hospital ort account of blood-poison, and is in aN critical condition, we learn. Otto Peschel was in Cameron this wecik,-to see his sister, Mrs. Albert Rinn, who is quite sick. Mrs. 0. L. Jones, of Temple, and Mrs. Safley, of Belton, were guests of Mrs. Dave Johnson, the past week. ' BORN : To Mr. and Mrs. Ce- cil Woods, a boy. R. L. Maynard, of Sinton, is on a visit to relatives at Salado: Warner Lens and Osgood Lens, for all makes of cars at Bartlett Garage. Joe Kovar, of Coupland, vis- ited his sister, Mrs. Chas. Mar- tinets, this week. Miss Cora" Smith, who has been here on a visit to Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Dillard and family, re- turned to her home in Alabama, Monday night. NOTICE: I have for sale one of the best tracts of land in Bell county at $125 per acre....

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

atoawg mihwmu'hi I f Iis It ffiisijiju J. HUMGERFORD SMITH'S FLAVORING EXTRACTS Are distinguished for their extraordinary strength, quality and uniformity, and after more than twenty years experience in the manufrcturer of fine Flavor- ing extracts, it is our honest belief that there is no finer line of Extracts on the market. They are absolutely pure. They are most economical because of full measure and unusual strength. ' They are most successful because of their delicacy. And they are made for, and used by good cooks who want the best, and appreciate quality. IN 25c BOTTLES AT Leatherman Drug Co. DRUGGISTS BARTLETT. TEXAS LOCALS and PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Condra spent last Sunday with relatives in Jarrell. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Turner are the guests of relatives in Santa Anna. Earl Walberg of Denison was here Sunday, the guest of friends. Earl was on his way home to Elgin to visit his parents for a few days. Mrs. L. E. Lindemann, form- erly of Eogers, but who has been visiting ...

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

t t t BELL COUNTY GIRLS TO CAMP AT SALADO 18-19. Arrangements are being made for a big encampment at Salado, i July 18th and 19th, for the girls fin Bell county belonging to Miss Mason's home demonstration clubs. The time will be spent very profitably and pleasantly by every girl that goes. Miss Jessie Harris, state agent for home demonstration work, will be present at the camp to help with the instruc- tion and good times. Clarence Ousley, director of the extension work for A. & M. college, will pay the camp a visit and assist in making it a success. Mr. and Mrs. Garren will be there. They are also from A. & M. col- lege. A special feature of the en- campment will be the work of Miss Margaret Vaugh, of the Dallas Y. M. C. A She will give instruction and help along her line of work. Girls will be given an opportunity to learn to swim. Demonstrations will include food conservation, basketry, weaving, sewing, cooking aitd other like activities. FIGflTING BOLL WEEVIL T IN BELL ...

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

A Notable WtiftUpff. The home of Mr, and Mrs. Lee O. Allen, in Georgetown, was a scene of rare beauty and attraction last Saturday morn- ing, when their sister, Miss Maid J. Allen, of Bartlett, be- came the bride" of Mr. Edgar Thomas Neal, of San Sfdja. -' . Foliage plants found place , on every side. The improvised altar was formed with palms and ferns, while each apartment was beautiful with baskets of daisies. At the' entrance the guest book was placed, where each guest registered their name with a wish of happiness book was a beautiful work off; art, and was presided over by Miss LaVcrne Catcs, of Bart- lett. Miss Edith Bell sang, "All For You," followed by the strains of Mendelssohn's wedding march, played by Miss Virginia Bell, accompanied by Miss Inez Bell on the violin. The bride and groom entered together," the only attendant being little Maidie Allen, a neice of the bride. Rev. J. M. Allen, of Aus- tin, a cousin of the bride, deliv- ered the impressive ceremony. After the ...

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

-P" ".. 3Mb mtue AND NEWS R. P. CATES, Editor and Prop. BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDAY. JULY 13, 1917. $1.00 Year. VOL. XXXII. No. 6 J Bill lif "m V, f 7 x '' Rr. PbfcTER GETS VERDICT OP NINETY-NINE YEARS. BAPTIST CHURCH DIRECTORY. Belton, Tex., July 6. A ver- dict Of guilty was returned against Will Porter, chTirgcd with the murder of Miss Emma Staley, in the district court here this morning and his punish- ment assessed at imprisonment for life. Without returning him to his cell, officers placed him inn. highpowered automo- bile and -whirled him out of the city. He was lodged in the jail of an adjoining county as a pre- caution against any attempt that might be made on his life, and White officials would not state to what point he had been taken, it is presumed that he was removed to Georgetown, where he had been incarcerated was nl nnad under arrest on the ; morning of March 22 until he was brought before thet bar for trial. On the first ballot taken by the jury for t...

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

V r R IS fl FW T3he TRIBUNE onJ NBWS FRIDAY, JULY, 18TH. The drafting machine will soon be under full sway and then will come the sad partings. According to published re-i ports, the entire Red Cross don-' ations m Washington Uounty, was 1350. Must be something wrong. At is easy enough to consign the other fellow to hell thatfs what hell is for, the other fel- low but consigning others to hell is a poor way to get your- self into heaven. Cameron Herald. Travel from America to Eu- rope is picking up, and some twenty-five thousand prominent citizens of this country are now in France for a several months over, and they may visit Ger- many before they return to the United States. Mexia News. The man who lays the sewer pipe is just as important in his place, and far more necesary, than the banker who sits in a gilded office and loans other peo- ple money. And the sooner some people realize this, the hap- pier will be the condition of our country. "Observer" in Flor- ence Vidette. The pub...

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

I r n 'J I COUNTIES TO GET PORTION i OF REGISTRATION FEES. Tho state highway commission has adopted an order providing that the part of the automobile license fees remitted to tho coun- ties from which they are collect- ed shall be used, first, for the maintenance of the state des- ignated highways, if any, and that the remainder of such funds if any, shall be used in the main-, tenance of other improved roads of such county. It is stipulated that the word "maintenance" shall be con- strued to mean the making of needed repairs and the pre servation of a reasonably smooth surface considering the :vpeof-jany road, and such maintenance .shall also include the keeping ot all bridges and culverts on said roads in a proper condition of repair. Section 23 of the state high- way act provides: "State high way fund" All funds coming in the hands of the highway commission de rived from the registration fees J hereinbefore provided for or from other sources, as collected, shall be deposited wit...

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

me TRIBUNE and NEWS FRIDAY, JULY, 13T1L A holiness meeting will begin at Salado Saturday night. TO BE SPECIAL 1'EATURE" AT HELL COUNTY PAIR. Bnrtlett's new High School building is in course of construc- tion, and is going to bo a dandy. During the past week or two, Bartlett has been depopulatd. Only a small per cent are left here to "tussel" with the war, drouth and hot weather proposi- tions. Yet, the prayer metings, social functions and usual town gossip go on. Wednesday was the hottest -day in Bartlett for many years if not in its history. The jher- mometer registered 113 degrees in the shade in some places, and 109 in others. The damage done is in the fields, and that is plenty. To conserve the nation's meat supply each person in the United States is asked by the food ad- ministration board to cut down by at least one ounce the amount of meat eaten each day. The adoption of this suggestion will, it is believed, relieve the de- mands of the armies at home and abroad and also leav...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 13 July 1917

0 Mrs. W. J. Harlan is with Dr. Harlan, at the Kings Daughters' hospital. Seymour Rose, the "local light", of Salado, was a Bartlett visitor Wednesday. FOUND: On Bartlett and Holland road, wagon sheet, 2 cots and Panama hat by W. F. Lindemann. BORN: To Mr. and Mrs. Walter Stiles., a boy, whom thoy have named Walter Weldon Stiles. We have Coffees and Teas to suit every taste and purse. , Electric mill in coffee depart- . munt. The Gerabach-Wacker Co. Mr. and Mrs. 0. McMillan and Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Iluskey have returned from a visit to Hill County. FOR SALE; Two pair ood mules, cheap for cash. Apply fv to Farmers' Mercantile uo., M Schwertner. G. N. Breeding has been quite sick this week, and confined to '""Hiis bed. John Valenta, proprietor of the City Garage, is visiting in "Martin. " W. B Horton has a nice line of wall paper and paints on hand Call and seo him. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Doering and daughter, were here yester- day enroute to Walburg to at- tend the funeral of W. H. Home- y...

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

i'- 3KBR v ?1 SVaf MuBHULelV SifiHfs-vJ ' f- -JJ'M, 1 J. HUMGERFORD SMITH'S f LAVORING EXTRACTS Are distinguished for their extraordinary strength, quality and uniformity, and after more than twenty years experience in the manufrcturer of fine Flavor- ing extracts, it is our honest belief that there is no finer line of Extracts on the market. They are absolutely pure. They are most economical because of full- measure and unusual strength. They are most successful because of their delicacy. And they are made for, and used by good cooks who want the best, and appreciate quality. IN 25c BOTTLES AT leathermara Drug Co. DRUGGISTS LOCALS and PERSONALS Hayden Perry, of Rhome, was here this week, on a visit to relatives and friends. Messrs. "VV. J. Kennedy, T. W. Carpenter, Jess Vannoy and ;Jno. Graves, of Belton, were heie Friday on business. Miss Bertha Jenkins, of Lub- bock, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Wilson. G. W. Haire, of Granger, Avas here last Friday afternoon on business. W...

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

'W r f . TKHWBljiJJff Vj-Jfl n i I . 2000 CHICAGO SALOONS WILL CLOSE IN 60 DAYS. 4 Chicago, July 9. Charles H. Herrmann, prcaidont of the fiim of Chapin & Gore, one of-the largest whiskey making con- cerns in the country and direct- ing head of the National Distill- ers' and Wholesale Liquor Deal- ers' association, declared Mon- day that within 60 days not less than 2000 saloons in Chicago, would be forced out of business by the new legislation and that a like proportion throughout the country would besimilarly affected. He estimated that the whis- key now in existence in the United States would be exhaust- ed with in a year at the present rate of consumption, saying that he had positive knowledge that there was not more than 200,000,000 gallons of whiskey now in government warehouses, said to be about 135,000,000 gal- lons, while the prospect of a dry that drinkers will try to store up a supply thus taking all that is left over. o Band Concert Highly Enjoyed. A large crowd gath...

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

'V. -' 1 . " VK . w HIS K. B- lc i&" r nwrM"HllY 'flHOT HwMHS-H"- to .-"f 1 ft. ' L$livHwflm i., - r' f ilmiyty .),,!, .f. i jivn i belter From Woodic Rownlroc. !! I 11 Fortress Monroe, Va., July G, 1917. Mr. Catca; Don't be surprised at this brief pencil missive, its merely to remind you that your paper is about the best one I've ever read ; and lest my family con- tinue to forget to send it, I want you to put me on the mailing list at the office. Wish I could have a space leased with you, so I could fill it each week with a few facts about what this old United States is doing. A man in one of these train- ing camps certainly keeps in .touch with the latest develop- ments of the war as it is fought on the Western front. Especi- ally is this true of the men here at Fort Monroe. We study-in class, maps of sections of Brit- ish and German trenches cor- rected up to three weeks ago. 1 had one this morn dated June 14. You see so much depends on the artillery in this War that our gov...

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

"MT"V life. 'jg' i-" ,; i- 4fi I n'-j AND NEWS RfF. CATES, Editor and Prop. BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIUAY.TULY 2019177 it" $1.00 Year. VOL. XXXII. .u. No. 7 Mtihnm J. C. CROUCH NOW ON TRIAI FOR FORGERY. Belton, Tex., July 1C Attor- ney for J. C. Crouch, defendant m causfc 1924 of the district court of this county, announced ready for trial at 11:30 this tnorning. '0- The state was granted a short time before announcing-ready with privilege of using as wit- ness J. W. Shields, of Aber- nathy, Texas, at whatever time Mr. Shields should reach the city. The indictment against' J. C. Crouch, charges the forging of bill of lading purporting to be signed by agent of the Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe railway company at Abernathy, Texas, and later using said bill of lading as paper of commercial value, fraudulently and unlawfully. The bill of lading purports to be the original bill accepting for shipment 53,000 pounds of sacked maize, delivered to the railway by "Tande Cole," co...

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

wsa . pat; iVwH1'" i v M . ' " ? U' . 'A he TRIBUNE and NEWS FRIDAY, JULY 20TH. Today is the last of the big picnic and celebration at Reed's Lake, and we are glad to note that each day there was a large attendance. The report of the auditing committee of the financial con- dition of Bartlett, appears in this issue. Read it and post yourself as to the condition of your town. The Old Settlers' Reunion, be- gins next week at Georgetown, and quite a number of our citi- zens contemplate attending and enjoying one more meeting with the "old timers". The people in this section are experiencing some of the hot- est weather they have ever known. Due to this fact there is quite a bit of illness in Came- ron in the form of fever cases. Cameron Herald. Every form of liquor trans- portation into dry territory is forbidden whether on the per- son, by common carrier, by pri- vate conveyance or in baggage, according to instructions sent to United States attorneys throughout the country by the depa...

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

MymiMf i 5 A X t i WACO PROHIBITrONJSTS WANT AN ELECTION. Waco, Tox., July 14,Tho meeting of prohibitionists in this city, Saturday, in response to a call by the federated churchmen, decided to create an executive committee to assume control of the moral forces of tho county in the mater of peti- tioning for a local option elec- tion and directing the campaign if tho election be ordered. Dr. S. P. Brooks, president of Baylor University, presided at the meeting and was elected chairman of the committee. It was the consensus of opinion at the conference that an election Bhould be called but the expe- diency of petitioning the .county commissioners was left to tho executive committee. The committee was directed to meet Saturday, July 28, to take action, C. AND D. CLERKS TO MEET NEXT AT FORT WORTH. Austin, Tex., July 14. The Couttty and District Clerks' As- sociation of Texas, adjourned this afternoon, after selecting Fort Wroth as the place for the 1918 convention. The fol lowing offic...

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

KW w. Id $w Ju.-' It . r fef ?,.'! fee- 2 W )e TRIBUNE and NEWS )AY, JULY 20TH. L 77 on the just and the this week in and about Eartlett. So mote it be. Now that the rains have full- en throughout this section, though not sufficient, the farm- ers are preparing to plant feed crops, which, We hope, will yield bountifully. The mayor of Dallas, although a "dry" prohibitionsist, is averse to calling a prohibition election in Dallas county, under the present conditions, and gives his reasons therefor. A drouth and war at the same time is plenty, it seems, for both pros, and an- tis. Good rains are reported from many sections of the state and while there are some localities where moisture -is greatly need- ed, everything right now prom- ises a large cotton crop and there is every evidence that the price will be high. Fall busi- ness with merchants should be a record breaker. The constitutionality of the new law, requiring an automo- bile registration fee of 35. cents a horsepower, with a ...

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

iobkAw . v.?- r ; t J. HUMGERPORD SMITH'S FLAVORING EXTRACTS JB Ate distinguished for their extraordinary strength, quality and uniformity, and after more than twenty years experience in the manufrcturer of fine Flavor- ing extracts, it is our honest belief that there is no finer line of Extracts on the market. They are absolutely pure. They are most economical measure and unusual strength. They are most successful delicacy. And they are made for and used by good cooks whp want the best, and appreciate quality.- IN 25c BOTTLES AT Leathertnao Drug Co. BARTLETT, TEXAS OttEGON & CALIFORNIA R. R. CO. GRANT LANDS. because of full because of their DRUGGISTS LOCALS and PERSONALS Garrett Milhause remembered &k the Tribune the past week. 3 lt -t - frtnMl-n iV- Vina hflon irt f-r larlin for the past ten days, re- It .1 xJ-fcUillUU l""'"- .wvw,, , 'wBKm&m Mrs. H. E. Daugherty and cfiildren, of Waco, are the guests of relatives here this week. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Reese, and little so...

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

u -ti r If LOCUS AND PERSONALS All Meat Markets will close hereafter on Sunday mornings at 8 o'clock.. .Please take nqtice, Mrs. Lucas Rowntree wasa iVaco visitor Tuesday. '. - Mr. and Mrs. S. HV-OWan and children, of Bangs, were Bartlett Visitors thin "ti.. Miss Lonnio Meyers, of Rose bud, hag been the guest, qf, Miss Lillian Benson this week. Miss Lora Modesett left Mon- day for a visit in Thorndale and Rockdale. Mr. J. W. Hightower made a h business trip to Hillsbqro' this week. All Meat Markets will close hereafter on Sunday mornings at 8 o'clock. . . Please take noiice. Mrs. Cliff Bolding and little daughter are visiting relatives in Grandview this week. Dr. J. W, Macune and M. Ser- ver, of Davilla, were here Tues- day on business. Mrs. W. J. Cagle and sons, Walter and Frank, visited rela tives in Wingate, the past week. AH Meat Markets will close hereafter on Sunday mornings at 8 o'clock.. .Please take notice. Miss , Leona Klatt, of Mart, was the guest of Misses Olga- and Laur...

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

i ijr ILL SHIP NO GOODS TO GERMAN AGENTS. WashihKton. July 14. Firms fn neutral countries sending sup plies to Germany regularly, probably will not be looked on with favor by the exports coun cil, for the receipt ol supplies iCrom the United Stales, it was said today, at the State Depart- Im'ent. Applications for licenses for shipments to such firms, t'hich might be classified as reg- llar German agents, probably Mil not be granted, in line with the policy not to allow American goods to reach Germany. This policy will decided dif- ferent, it was said, from the- British blacklist policy, as it will interfere only with regular Ger- man agents in countries immc- djately contiguous to Germany, which are in a position -to do immediate harm, and will not cause the same general indis- criminate injury. The names will not be made public and as a result the firms will not be sub- jected to public injury. Similarly firms in the United States dealing with Germany, will find difficulty in getti...

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