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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 5 July 1918

'rflp&ij v&K r$fftm;irw-7:tw m i imm I' P ';'UC k , . ' Rl 8 "MP ft . ' 4 k.JSf I In I. t r . !' TO THE VOTERS OF BUIlNET AND WILLIAMSON COUNTIES, Lotion and Gentlemen of the 92nd Districts You want to know whore I, ns a candidates for Representative, stand and what I stand for. You have a rifrht to know. I am supporting tho candidacy of Governor Hobby. I am a prohibitionist I endorse statutory prohibition and would fnv- the submission of a prohibition ndinont to tho people of Texas. endorse the ten-mile zone low. endorse the woman suffrage law I would favor tho submission of a man' suffrage nmendment, giving women the right to porlicpntc in I elections. In my judgment the omen havo a right to a voice in the olection of our officials. They take heir places along side the men in the offices, the shops, tho school room, etc hy not at tho ballot uoxi I am a loyal friend to education, both in tho common schools and the higher institutions. I am in favor of freo text books for th...

Publication Title: Bartlett Tribune And News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 12 July 1918

, 3 AND NEWS ' -tr EfToATES, Editor and Prop. BARTLETT WLLIAMSON COUNTY. TElXAS. FRIDAY, JULY 12, 1918. $1.00 Year. VOL. XXXIII. No. 5 to .? m ll t. H THE DIG UNION TABERNACLE MEETING. FAKMEKS OF TAYOIl DRAFT RESOLUTIONS. Oft last Sundny evening the first of the Borios o union mcetinprs was held at tho Tnbernnclo, n Inrgo and enthusiastic audience gathered. The singing was spirited and tho messago listened t6 with interest. A largo Mmir will lead tho music and from time to time special music will bo lendered. People are looking for- ward with n great deal of interest to the recurrence of these Sunday even- ing services and no doubt great good will result from them. For soveral years it has. been tho custom of tho churches of Bartlett to hold these union services during the summer months. Tho plan is a commendable one and especially fitting in view of tho world-crisis. The church is God's chosen instru- ment for brining in tho reign of righteousness and tho era of peace and cood will...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 12 July 1918

m SHRHMHi I And hold seJely the resiHs of your patriotic thrift Qtgainst l time of need. It helps to win the war. And yoir dollar will buy more softer the war. W JL JL 11 s BUY t V THE BARTLETT BOTTLING WORKS HENRY F. WILSON, Propiretor The Home of "BONEDRY" "Best Beverage in Draft or in Bottles" PHONE 269 HANE A CASE SENT TO YOUR HOME BARTLETT ICE & GIN COMPANY Manufacturers of PURE DISTILLED CITY WATER ICE Our Product Wins the Admiration of All Your Ginning is Solicited BARTLETT, TEXAS 1 K't l'f 'A Temple Battery Co. Repairs and Makes of Batteries New Threaded Rubber, Williard Batteries in stock. PHONE 1046 Temple, Texas Are You Going to Vote For jE. E. (Gene) Upshaw Candidate for Re-Election Office of Subject to the Action of Democratic Primaries TEMPLE STEAM VULCANIZING CO. 20 SOUTH SECOND STREET Wra. WILHITE Manager TEMPLE, TEXAS Every Job Turned Out So You Will Come Back Ugain Here 3 years. Born and Reared in Johnson County. This ad was bought and paid for to aid in the gf...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 12 July 1918

1 . THRESHMEN MUST I IlAIUm ACQUITTED OF 1 ItKPORT ON WHEAT. MURDER CHAKGIJ. WASHINGTON, D. C, Friday. Under tho authority of tho Food Control Act, tho Bureau of Mar- kets of tho United States Dopart- mont of Agriculture is to rcquiro from all thrashormcn in the country AUSTIN, Texas, Friday. Promptly at 12 o'clock tho jury re- paired roprivacy for discussion and mnlctnc uil n verdict. Thcv had in timated it was 'thoir opinion they would not bo out long. At .1 p. m. this body of men came U. M fann wtS wards periodical reports on the number of back before Judge Calhoun and the bushels of wheat thrashed by them ' foromnan read his report to the cf- and the acreage from which tho ' ' that Lon Barker had been found i i a i! i r not guilty, grain was produced. A list of, Thug cndcd R tr,nl about which thraBherman is being compiled from centCrcd 'great interest and which all available sources by the Bureau had precipitated a hard struggle be- of Crop Estimates, which is co-op- tween oppos...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 12 July 1918

' J I ffl -.""n 1 H y iff! I f J I i H I b waajmauMKWB waaB?wniHiwuuiifly IB ! """When the Thermometer 1 1 fftn DOES THE FOOD ADMINISTRATION PAY? THE ANSWER B f$ 1 If & , 2 pound cans Green Beans per dozenfSOc 3 pound cans Fancy Tomatoes, dozen $1.75 3 pound cans Fancy Table Peaches Dz. $2.10 2 pound cans Sweet Potatoes dozen $1.50 7 pound cans good Rio Coffee at $1.00 3 pound cans Hominy per dozen at $1.00 LOTS OF OTHER BARGAINS The Above Prices For Strictly Cash Sales NSGRO CO e Spot Cash Grocery House, Bartleff, Texas ?5he TRIBUNE and NEWS R. F. Cates, Editor and Owner Published Friday of Each Week Subscription, $1.00 Per Year. Entered as second-class mat- ter at the post office at Bartlett, Texas, under thp art of March S?1879. Four Weeks a Newspaper Month Advertising Rates: Display, per inch 15c jReading Notices per line 10c f reierreu Position, per in.... 25c a Special rates on contracts for more than 1,000 inches to be used in 12 months. ANNIE WEBB BLANTON FRIDAY JULY 12T...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 12 July 1918

fjiySm V,' "S Central Christian Church. L" r VOTE FOR Wo invito you to the Bible school session at 10 o'clock. Sermon nt 11, Thome, "God's Bou- quet." This message will be inspir- ing to all nnd especially helpful to members of tho church. We join in the union service nt the tabornnclo nt tho ovening hour, nnd urge nil our people to attend. Hardin Hardware EDGAR m i HALL EV ffl vt ft. 11.. FOR County Clerl i He Has Made A Good Deputy and Is Worthy o Promotion. E. L. Hardin, made a business trip to Tcmplo Tuesday. FOR SALE Jersey Bull Yearling. Sec Walter Montgomery. NOTICE. 100 bushels of good thrashed oats for sale. Sec M. H. Morgan, Bart- lett, Texas. Sparks From Iho Anvil. Life knows no happier art than that of getting good out of things us you go along. Don't be nfrnid to lot the rosos in your garden creep over your neigh- bor's wall. The day never dawned in which there was nothing fine for Uu if wd arc alert to the good and beautiful. One of life's biggest questions to- day is ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 12 July 1918

V -J. ' f- HEY THERE! Don't Yell DROUTH OUR Fountain is never dry We take great pride in displaying our drinks and are prepared to serve you and serve you right. Special attention paid to ladies and children. Come in and give us a Trial. WE WANT YOU Leatherman Drug Company BARTLETT, TEAS No. 1095G. Itcport of the Condition or the FIRST NATIONAL DANK SntSclJ2r,i?tn?i,''In tl,u Slftt0 of Texns n tho close of business, on Juno RESOURCES. Loans anil dlscounU Total loans.... Notes-and bills rediacounlcd (other than bank accept ances sold) (sco Item 57a) . ..$22,349.75 $80,843.73 80,843.73 IJrke fntorprotlnfr connnltleo for Darllott Federal Food Administration iOr ioxas, is as follows. Stanton Allen, Ed. Lawrence. Ron Wart Stokes and Joe Knight. Ho patriotic and cut out wheat Acui ty. L. Libery Lonn Bonds, 3' per cont and 4 por cent, un-" pledged ' Payments actually made on Liberty 4Vi per coiit Bonds(Third Liborly Lonn) 25 per cent Stock of Federal Reservo Bank (50 por cent of sub. scrip...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 12 July 1918

?iw CAMP TltAVIS PUIILICITY OFFICE (J. S. N. A. Camp Travis. O J O 0 July, 0, 1018. The problem that confronts the WJ finny louuy in recuivmu uiuuauuuo WMS of men from civilization lifo and put- '!- . - .. ting them into tho uniform ana ms- ciplino of military life is vastly dif- ferent from tlio recruiting prob lems of the old timo regular army. Men now come into the camp at tlio rate of n thousand or more a day. They come hungry and some- body has to feed them. Most of them arc worn out with a day or two on a crowded troop train, and somebody has to put them to bed. Somo of them contracted measles or 'mumps or something worse, perhaps, and if they aren't looked after at i'onco they and their comrades will be ,laid up, and the training of tho na- V tional forces will be held up just that much. For a year tho resarvo corps ofli- 'cersof Camn Travis havo followed $ the beaten path laid out by the regu lar army men in tho old days when the army was an affair of fifty or sixty thousand...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 12 July 1918

3 .-rt'WVi.k, rt"&PiWf r 1 S'WF?f . r i ?w ffrf' . fr. ... X t r. tififtlCUI.TUttAL MAY JULY 17 AT OLD SETTLORS MEETING. Political Announcements entrance of Agricultural nnd Gtin- m Exhibits up to Noon. Judging aT ume in afternoon by Mr. Benton, wtTTesBe A. & M. Colloge, assisted by Ctomrfttcc. . . . , iMtea given for tlio ucst in every yarn? cspocinlly the beat commun- jr ushibit, the best In Canning by KM fcomc, the beat snmpic rainuu i mV mnizo, fetcritu, wheat, oats, ,gHrJrnv and other exhibits. ffiftbuns will bo given winners on wMy variety, and at this time when & h. 9scntral that wo ubo Williamson oeoHlr ffrown escd for planting our msrJt wops, tint man having good seed ritouk) do well to show his neighbors si tiie exhibit. Any farmer would .n,.. imutnir hlun ribbon seed at Bt than from somewhere ho had w.iwr hwini of. The mnin $iu war Savmtr Stamp for the community dwwaoR the best variety exhibit. Tftcre will be a special section for n5yfelt8 of samples and prize...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 19 July 1918

rWi i" ' 'jF-'ia ff; "', f i it AND NEWS "'v R. P. CATES, Editor and Prop. BARTLETT WLLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDAY, JULY 19, 1918. $1.00 Year. VOL. XXXIII. No. 6 I ItfJD CROSS PICNIC AND CAKE SALE AT GKANGEU. WOBI) OF COMMENDATION FROM BARTLETT PASTORS. CANTEEN COMMITTEE PROVES LOYALTY TO THE SOLDIERS. BWWflBW .itf jFoLkv vAtihJfiW3 1 A cferclsr e I r V f"S I1 V r Yesterday nftornon, fifty army trucks, en route from Fort Sam Hous- ton to Fort Sill Okln., passed tlirough Bartlott, and were met by the Can- teen Committee of tho Red Cross, who served the tired and thirsty soldiers with an abundance of ice water, chew- ing gum nnd cigarettes, which brought forth profuse thanks from each one lor tho timely courtesies Grahtror. Tox.. July 17. Attend tho It is often truo that our sense tlnA ilrnao Plnnip nml Pnlfn Ruin, nt of nnnrncintinn of fnvnrs rncolvnil rn Granger, Tuosdny, July 28, at the mains luieprosscd, but, believing as Bird pasture ono mile west of Gran- we do, in strewing the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 19 July 1918

wmuuwui vvm.Mimmmimmmarmnmmmmmmmmwtmmmmmmmmmimmn AVi jT ' TO m Bhe TRIBUNE and NEWS TARRANT WOMEN CANNOT VOTM IP RULING IS UPHELD. NO EXCUSE FOB A STAMPEDE THIS YEAR. VOTES FOB WOMEN MAY BE CONTESTED IS RUMORED. P I& iir R. F. Cates, Editor and Owner Entered as second-class mat- ter at the post office at Bavtlett, Texas, under tho ant qf March 3, 1879. Four Weeks a Newspaper Month I . I Advertising Rates: Display, pur inch Reading Notices per line Preferred Position, per in ikc ri. I oe I Special rates on contracts for more than 1,000 inches to be used in 12 months. Subscription, $1.00 Per Year, FRIDAY, JULY MTU. At the close of the registration Friday, 3825 Williamson county wom- en possessed tiic qualifications as voters. . Jt The hairs of age are messengers which bid us to repeat and pray of death they arc the harbingers that c prepare the way. Vaux. The one and only item in the crop Tcports calculated to make people shed tears Standard. is onions. Anaconda Mr. Hoover now adv...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 19 July 1918

irTtiwwpprP s"jwrfBvjllw; f j U" . M Pt V v y U F y . u Jr. V. 'ip. L .1 i:- i. i. f & ".' i5,-.r Bi.v . p . - m : ' W k': P WW C fc , i- Ks r V-" i ft THE STATE CANDIDATES STATES THEIU POSITIONS. QuostionnlrcH From Equal Suffrage Association Kcplicd to by State Candidates. ir. i, innm.fmn nf nulto ,miJchen it is subject to tho severest sys ber of voters who would like to know the position of the state candidate in the political issue wo publish the fol- lowing replies which have been ro- coived by Houston Equal Suffrage Aasociation in reply tp questionaries sent out by them: United States Senator Morris Shcpard--(l) Author ot fed-irofrjgerntor j oml,ticd once u day oral prohibition amendment and other nm Bcrubbcd out thoroughly with prohibition laws; (2) Always active boiling water and soap. The floor for full suffrage. and shelves of the storeroom arc E.E. Hellep-No reply to question- treated likewise so that a linen hund- nairc. . kerchief might be passed over either . Congrp...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 19 July 1918

BVtt i " " " WL" 4 ' "M Y Se TR.IBUNE USE OF MONEY IN THE CAMPAIGNS. G1NNER3 DISCUSS FIXING PRICE FOR BAILING THIS YEAR. I M i i and NEWS R. F. Gates, Editor and Owner Entered as second-class mat- ter at the post office at Bnrtletl, Texas, under th act of March 3, 1879. Four Weeks a Newspaper Month Advertising Rates: u Display, per inch 15c Reading Notices per line 10c Preferred Position, per in 25c Special rates on contracts for more than 1,000 inches to be used in 12 months. Subscription, $1.00 Per Year. FRIDAY, JULY 19TII. Everybody enjoys the union services at the tabernacle. A political or rcliirious cnmrmiVn of personalities: What doth they l'fiuic us, ociovca orotner ( Berlin. nOW a citv of lnfliinnzn. nrn samably took its chills on realizing mo sirengtn ox we American dralt.- New York World. Not everyman who wears the robe of righteousness is worthy of it. It's the internal and not the external that we should look after. This 'editor has not yet reached the stage where hecan...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 19 July 1918

VWfcH "? S7f - 'i r-M,i HaT, X nrtir,?-' Ji- "JiFi ' ' .s-jjtf VSVjJ r i raw , SKf ' f T.'J J' .&' VOTE FOR, EDGAR JL A.ijJLjJLj FOR Comity Clerk He Has Made A Good Deputy and Is Worthy o Promotion. Red Cross Canteen. A.H.Prinzing and family, of Miles, aro hero on a visit to his mother nnd """" "a".. ir. rrinzn hub Thp Canteen Committee in the ,u BU,IS '" "" """yn ' ""Bortlctt Branch of the American the way FOR S door scribed 0000 ploco yf&s jSaburgiki' Ittittrffc AliBDHw'' 19BKC TtJf rVal. ktn lied Oo3S rpniipnfjt !lll tVio Tlnnnln nf . -. l-.ri- Rflrtltf-. nnrl flin nnnHtr mHofanf in iurj'0 iron saie; uoudic " :, -" -- .-.,,.......,, w,j proof better de- ' ,IUBCrvB magazines ami weeKiies, t weler's safe; wtiglui"""' !"'"' ""' "'"V"' "" ue lun see same at my Kat"ered together, and distributed fc, L II. Ililhnan. i H"011 the soldiers traveling on the m. ' ' trains nassine through our citv. It , aireroii. Jr.. received it 'is requested that they be tied in bun- Lwrday dinnoun...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 19 July 1918

J '. !SS JMtt O L'o Excelsior NON-SKID Trusses Sanitary Can Be Washed Adhesive Will' Not Slip Positively Remains Set, once adjusted to person. Rupture Cannot Work Out from under Pad. Soft. Resilient. Will not collapse. No holes for secre- tion or germs to breed. The easiest Trust in the world to fit. Most trouble of Trusses arise from the pad slipping or moving from Hernia and the Rupture comes out such an occurance is impossible with a "NON-SKID" TRUSS. Beware of ImitationInsist on the Genuine A Perfect Fitting Truss Often Effects A Permant Cure Leatherman Drug Company BARTLETT, TEXAS LOCALS AND PERSONALS Chas. Cook, of Taylor, was here Saturday. i Another good crowd in Burtlett Saturday 4 BORNTo Mr. and Mrs. Iri Davis, a boy. A. Kirschc is in Marlin for the benefit of his health. Mrs. Chas. Bartles is visiting her duughters in Dallas. B. V. Russell, of Salado, was a Bartlett visitor Tuesday. Josh Dillard was in Georgetown this week attending court. Mrs. S. H. Hopkins and little so...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 19 July 1918

WW WA u tt4 teffft-)HtiHC-WiHt pEppppqr mW'mw'Wiww ., PS' m-:- w& n 4 ?f '' -. EOT, ' If- t te '. It? Bs v iS" ff-l ..kfcw ft- HW? it If'r ; SUGAR IS SCARCE. The work of the submarine off the Atlantic coast early In June resulted In a great loss j ot sugar trom uuua ana rono Rico. This means, that we must be especially careful In our use of this Important com- modity. The United States Food Administration suggests that each person use no more than 3 pounds every month. Whenever possible honey,corn syrup, maple sugar and sor- ghum should be used. iWHJ w WHAT TO HAVE ON PICNICS Say "picnic" and the mind leaps to thoughts of bacon, or beef and sardines. It's not neces- sary, and It's not patriotic to picnic with foods needed by jj! the soldiers. Notice these picnic suppers Suggested by the United States Food Admin- ? Jj Istratlon. DATE PUDDINQ. IS tablespoons cornstarch , ' 2 cups milk k $4 eup corn or maple syrun 12 seeded date cut up small W4. teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon vanilla I M...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 19 July 1918

h K MOTOR'S ASSOCIM'IO.N. Central Christian Church. Wtfatwcttng of the Pnjtor's Asso- ccMfem -w-hh opened with dovotlonnl owmMMM conducted by the chairman, "WfK. . A McCarty. The fourth tHfer of Philipplnns was rend and awwacutod upon, which was follow-- season of prayer. IKretynno present expressed him- rir m being exceedingly grntcful HKmr splendid interest thnt la bo- rifeph&cd by the people of Bartlett Hk tfee tabernacle services each Sun- .h ciini The attendance at the Ifctft artrtiec practically doubled itself mm.- ttiat of the proceeding. Tlioi rirfjifr was exceptionally inspiring, .xmfivTi) cntfwyp cmfwyp mfwypmm, L !& service. Every one in nnd untHouHf Bfirtlett is cordially invited to :aUt)Md these services. I fit vma decided to make the pas- Swaf meetings ovrai more interesting tfcsr : iil at every other mcot- mk at lpapcr on sonic current religious tiKAftxt. Rev. McCarty was nppoint- n prepare a paper of this charac- ct bk rand at the next regular tttneSSng.. &am...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 26 July 1918

..WMywW'7- , b "S ' ' V'f'x' TWHV w TrtT . AND NEWS H. F. CATES, Editor and Prop. BARTLETT WLLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 26, 1918. WM. S. BRQOKSHIRE IS CALLED DY DEATH. TRAVIS CO. GETTING IN LINE ON COTTON GATHERING. GRANGERS BIG CAKE SALE GREAT SUCCESS. imtilttl 4JJv $1.00 Year. VOL. XXXIII. No. 7 j i .1111111,11, "'''$ : i After a long and eventful life, and lacking bu$ one year of reaching the nlloted thrco-scorc-and-ton, Hon. William S. Drookshiro. ago GD, one of the most revered pioneer citizens of Williamson County, died at his Georgetown, Texas, July 23. What is reported to be one of the Undor the direction and suggestion of largest gatherings of the kind in the County Demonstration Agent Owen history of this section wns tho cake W. Sherrill, various communities salo for tho benefit ot tho Red Cross, throughout Williamson county havo which Was held last Tuesday west of home in Granger shortly after ton adopted the policy of demanding thutJGrangor about two miles. It i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 26 July 1918

rs -. V u i ' .1 rouww i I S6e TR.IBUNB and NEWS JUDGE CALIIQUN UPHOLDS THE PROHIBITION LAW. THIS IS SO SUDDEN. I, Austin, Tex., July 20. In the Fir "" ""' ty-third District Court today, Judge It V Cnics Editor and Owner Georgo Calhoun rondoiod judgment . l . cans, lAiuor aim thJ stat0 ,n the cng(J of tho gtnt0 vywwwwvwwvvww va p jj Woytok, of Waco, and there- Entered as second-class mat- by sustained the validity of the Stato- ter at the post offlco at Bnrtlett, wM prohibition law. In awarding . ax. un. yo Af . judgment the court made permanent Texas, under tlin ar.t Of Match ,u injunction ro,tjning defendant 3 1879. from soiling intoxicating liquors nny- i whore in the State of Texas, including " -. . intoxicating cidors. Dofondant gave Four Weeks a Newspaper Month notice of appeal to tho Third Court m of Civil Appeals. ,, . . I In giving judgment today Judge Advertising Kates: I Calhoun made no comment, oral or Display, per inch 15c written. Counsel for tho defense t i! ' xti.: i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 26 July 1918

m't w&H&toJf i OPEN LSTTBll FROM MR. SHELTON. Political Announcements Austin, Texas July 22, 1018 rHon. R. F. Ctttes, Burllett, Toxns. Dew sir nnd friend: In nnswer to your inquiry ns to why Jas. 13. Ferguson was not tried on tho indictments returned against liim by tho Travis County Grand Jury. I will say that ho was not rinil nn tho six indictments charg ing misapplication of public funds for tho" reason that tho cistrict juugo neiu ns amattcr of law that tho governor of Toxas was not subject to indict- ment Sfor misapplication of public funds, for the reason that ho was not mado by law a receiver or depository of public funds and the case charging embezzlement was dismissed by the court on my motion becauso tho of- fense, if any occurcd in Bell County nnd tho Travis County court had no jurisdiction to try tho offense. In order that you may fully under- stand our action if you will read Art. 00 of the Pennl Code you will see that the statute provides that any officer of th...

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