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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 9 April 1915

rtT" w" . Ff'V V -fiy -yr i3wrw(B'-wriKwwrBnBt ',v- .w" '- 1.' ',1 V -I I' K ' Ij'V W v.f Br, 'w IF- PEOPLE SHOULD ORDER GOODS EARLY , The Rrocery merchants find as the days grow longer there is a tendency on the part of the housewife to put her orders un- til after six o'clock. The sun is high in the heavens these days at 6 o'clok. The merchant who serves you so well, so cheerfully 4tnd so "faithfully has been in his ulace of business sinae early in the morning, and is anxious to get home for a little rest and re- creation, and it is up to the housewives of Bartlett to help him, his help and his teams to set the rest so much needed. The Bartlett mercnants are anx- ious to" serve each lady as soon as possible, but unless the orders get in before six o'clock they will not be delivered until next morning. Do not ask your mer- chant to make an exception of you for it will be asking him to break an established agreement among our merchants. Take time, please, to phono in all orders befo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 9 April 1915

" "t r "". w '! . K f !rf - Wit' t,v., i;i .. V T ,i"V . ji tr f . . wp : V' R.1 l ft 'V. X. If. p 1. . E - f AUBREY RUCKER, TOOK HIS LIFE Wdt KtONTINUED FROM PAGE 1) family burial lot at Temple (erdav afternoon, followed by krge concourse of sorrowing ftiye3 and friends. Many at tended from here. The following detail of the sad affair is taken from the Tem: ipie Telegram of yesterday: Funeral Bervlces over tho body of Aiibrcy IlucUor will l)o jomluotud at 4 o'clocU this afternoon, at tho family liomo on North Main Mrcct, Huv. II. D. Knickerbocker officiating. Utirlul will bb at city comtstery. Tho pall bcaiora Bolucteil arc from ,tho boyhood friends of deceased and 'from the neighbors and old friends of tho family, an follows: ""Active Nod Pendleton, Udgar Monteltli (UoUon), II. V. Robot taon, Jr., Iynti Barton, Grady Unrton, Uo Hherrlll, T. G. Hall, Krunlt Culver (Kort Worth.) .Honorary V. A. Urady, George HOut'hton, H. U Short 111, 1. V. Cur- roll, J. C. Mitchell, Henry Hemiel. H...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 16 April 1915

SKWrwHW r, ,;" ELS r f T. r fiflje ftrfljeif , v $0 ,, j'' r AND NEWS E.P. CATES, Editor and Proprietor BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDAY. APRIL 16, 1915. $1.00 Per Year. VOL. XXIX. NO. 43 THE OIL FIELD SCHWEitTNER FIELD GIVES BIG PROMISES MIDDLE TEXAS LEACUE OPENED IS WIDENING a At noon on Tuesday the Thrall Independent Oil Company's firBt weil was brought in with the 0 ' largest flow of oil which has yet been found in the new field, and the bringing of the well was wit- '' nesaed by a large crowd. This company is composed of all home people, headed by Y, F. ' Hopkins of Thrall, president of the company. The other direc- tors of the company include A.E. " Probst of Thrall, secretary and treasurer; J. W. Await of Thrall, J. B. Godfrey of Taylor, J.Lock- wood of Hare, Hodge of Rock- dale, Grosse of Bartlett and many x others murrounding towjis. i The information regarding this last strike reached Bartlett shortly after the noon hour on a Tuesday and following receipt of the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 16 April 1915

MMtMMIMMHMMM4w Hu Another Gusher v li I in 4 r v . n : A migaty good thing to own stock in; makes a fellow feel rich and forget all about the worrying powers of Europe. Times are growing better every day now; the oil successes are being felt in Bartlett. For the past week good old Summer time has been creeping out and if you want to feel rich and com- fortable just drop in at Leslies' and get one of those KEEP KOOL MOHAIRS or PALM BEACH SUITS. 6'- f. ' v Mohair Suits ; $15 EACH Palm Beach Suits $7.50 Each Blue Serges 15 to $25 PER SUIT New Spring Hats Straw & Felt $3 to $6 The Tribune And News a -,-ir'' fffoklDKY. APRIL 1G. 1915 'itaneed'toworry over Sunday Ur-juat attend cnurcn. loald not I criticise the icheiv The Lord is not Hit a lot of sinners about Kitoeem to be. w he. world contains a lot of men, i like to gab and spout: !in,with a man, and then I Have a falling out. w Sermanv the king is called c;,. in Russia the king is Jzar. If they knew what I,., were being called in ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 16 April 1915

kA?Jv0' . WlV i ' . ? !' I1! r' IM . FK n '' ' 1 Hi4' 'V $ V .il-C 4 '..:f .- V. ,1 li n R To Kill the Preacher Few people if arraigned in court would plead guilty to the charge of killing their prpacher. 1fet many a pulpit is red with the blood of a murdered minis ter. Multitudes of church mem- bers not only kill their ministers' influence and ambition, but also kill him mentally, morally and physically. It is from this point of view that someone has writ- ten the following rules, guaran- teeing that if carefully followed they will kill any preacher: Stay away from church, es- pecially on bad days, when you think the crowd will be small. Stay away from the Wednes- day night service because you know there will only be a hand- ful present. When the service is over, leave the church in a hurry without speaking a word of encourage- ment to the preacher. When you get sick don't let him know it, and then abuse him for not coming to see you. Never invite him or his family to dine in your ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 16 April 1915

M'V."i ', -y i "? v 1h r , V-fi - n W, ,' m. ' The Tribune And News FRIDAY. APRIL 16. 1915 a A real perfectly good man is not only an enigma; he is a posi- tive curiosity. In the meantime let ua remem- ber that hell is paved with good intentions and cinders. The Tribune does not expect everybody to agree with it; but it. does expect you to pay for it if you read it. If some people could satisfy their selfish desires they would compel their fellowman to live on tanbark and sawdust. Kind Mayor and City Fathers: If it is not in your power to pro- vide Bartlett with better streets, please have those removed which we already have got By a wireless message receiv- SyJftea over our ciuuies une we are 1 IULUUIlcu iu aiciit: uuaikivcijr f,!that the German emperor has ,miut vuieu cue piuuiuiuuu iinci. or ordered the breweries closed. The Barleycornists and Keg- weisers unions of Bartlett have gjj-.' Cituu uiyuniicu uu uuuei.ii; aoau- "Ja ciation and will shortly pull off a cbntest to determin...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 16 April 1915

Ji kV ' I I If-'., .r ' t LWALandPERSONAL Frank Pavel made a business trip to Granger Wednesday. Attorney Jno D. Hudson of Georgetown was here Wednes- day on business. Bring your oanama hats to Belk & Kuler and let them have them made new. Joe Bridges made a business trip to Florence this week. Mrs. Otto Kreuger was the guest of relatives in New Ulm this week. Fora Romberg broom ask your clerk, it sweeps so clean it light- ens your work. Tom Poynor of Waco was here this week on business. Mr. J. P. Benkendrofer of San Antonio visited Mr. and Mrs Will Lawrence the past week. Have your manuscripts type- written by an expert 4c per 100 words. Mrs. I. A. Boren. E. C. Sonntag and Dr. A. F. Schoffield are the proud possess- ors of Ford cars sold by the Bartlett Garage. E. E. Barlow wa3 on the sick list this week. WANTED Responsible, ener- getic representative in each town No soliciting or selling, Easy work and good money. "Write to MIR-A-CO, Dallas, Texas. J, S. Perry of Temple, one o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 16 April 1915

f . ' - :"u ." "wr WwK ittt.4 -Au-i' yrw-fYf r I A SIu, L . U J 1 ' S i nt r PV fcyj f-.Vt . u , fc i'u tf ' w ti; PS IV ST . Bjr f r fcj r t 1 H' Li- I ' ', K'.. . p W V n "f H ,. WA . V The Particular Woman will not use any but the best of toilet aid. That is why so many of her friends visit our toilet goods counter whenever they need soap, toilet waters, hair tonics or shampoo powder, cold cream etc. They know we keey the best only. Be as wise as they and use our toilet specialties. Leatherman Drug Company BARTLETT, TEXAS LOCAL NEWS. Hon. J. V. Morris made a busi- ness trip to Austin Monday. To make house cleaning a pleasure get a Romberg broom from your merchant. Lynn Archer of Belton was a Bartlett visit here Sunday. Miss Moore is the guest of friends in Troy this week. Remember that J. M. Allen keeps Montevallo coal in stock every month In the year. Louie Bartlett made a business trip to Temple Saturday. Miss Towel of Waco, who has been the guest of Miss Inez Bell, returned to...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 16 April 1915

(MVBMBHHMMBHiMaVMMnBMVffl iwiTr75affZTJZ23ElEE25S'E2aKi233SHESi 'l'i - (-: yw?r i& vHmBl MMUMW i ii BE ------- ' " Hm.fJ.. ajrTwai !i' n IWtfau -Haaaam vtr & Mr XONNELL'S SUYER IS CAPTURED fc Ballinger, Texas, April 27. .After hading hidden for over 24 ' JbUra between the ceiling and thereof of his home, haying been I audplied with food during that j fithe by his wife, F. W. Bader, wanted in Lampasas, county to answer to a charge of murder in connection with the killing of Constable J. J. Connell of Lo- meta, this morning at daybreak was pursued and finally hnnted down by a pdsse of officers from six different counties. It was first believed that a pitched battle ensued on the meeting of the officer and the man, but later developments proved that the shots were fired to call in those who were search- in the bottoms that the man had been located in the city. Bader had remained between the ceiling and the roof of his rooming house in the business section of Ballinger from two ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 16 April 1915

' i f a '. i ' fc . u Q !. (. tf ' i V k t a ; f vP Ship Fat Cattle To Fort Worth. Howard Bland and John P. BurnB Monday afternoon shipped five car loads of those fat ateera Which they have been fesding in 'pens south of town to tho Port Wtirth market, tho sale of which on the market tomorrow will be watched with interest by the stockmen. In the five loads there Swere 111 big fat steers, which will probably weigh in at 1100 pounds onjm average. They wereia fine bunch and Col Bland went with them to the Fort Worth market Jwhere , they will be sold tomorrowmorning. , Taylor Press. Death of Miss Houston. , Following a battle which lasted six long years, the angel fcof , ' death won the? struggle and the spriit of Miss JMintiie Houston passed back to her Creator at the home of her, father near i Prairie Dell onSAoril 6th. 49 y BMiasJHouston died at the agejof 28 years. Sh.6 was a consistent " ' Christian ladv and many years ago 8 h e affiiliated with the 'Methodist church. The remains ,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 23 April 1915

KYmj-'-MFra '"".VW t 'fT1 i' u y. u - A miibmut p " ""W' ; AND NEWS E. F. CATES, Editor and Pbopkietok BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDAY, APRIL 23, 1915. $1.00 Per Year. VOL. XXIX. NO. 44 STANTON ALLEN BARTLETT'S MAYOR MISS OVERBY WINS MEDAL TAYLOR OIL MAD MUCH SPECULATION STRAUSS-HUMBLE OIL COMPANY V iv i r ? fif f-r 4? GEM OIL COMPANY BUYS GOOD LEASE The Gem Oil Company, holders of considerably acreage in the Electra and cither oil fields, im- pressed with the. attractiveness ,of the Thrall field; by purchases just made have added to their holdings. The Gem Co. purchased 10-acre tract No. 7, out of the C. P.Shel- don 100-acre lease from J. Oren Stiles for a consideration of $3 000. This company will im mediately start development up- on their holdings, which are re- garded among the more valuable In the Thrall field. Because of their experience in other fields it is very probably that they will develop tne field thoroughly. Aside from their operations in thiB section of t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 23 April 1915

ra i,- v o ""v - ,i u "' " n ' t o U A, l, -c n-jr V V A mignty good thing to own stock in; makes a fellow feel rich and forget all about the worrying powers of fcurope. Times are growing better every dy now; the oil successes are being felt in Bartlett. For the past week good old Summer time has been creeping out and if you want to feel rich and com- fortable just drop in at Leslies' and get one of those KEEP KOOL MOHAIRS or PALM BEACH SUITS. Mohair Suits $15 i EACH Palm Beach Suits $7.50 Each Blue Serges $15 to $25 PER SUIT New Spring Hats Straw & Felt $3 to $6 f . H. LESLIE, Bartlett, T The Tribune - And News FRIDAY. APRIL 23. 1915 Again, we pause long enough to remark that Bartlett Needs A Hotel. If Mexico is to be saved by a Mexican it is our guess that he will be roped while he is running LukeMcLuks very truthfully asserts that "some men are try- ing to do those they are dunned by;." It seems that way at times. Reform is getting to the point where some men feel that they c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 23 April 1915

nevryt .,,.,,- a mt -v- f t x MANY HEW SCHOOL HOUSES GOING UP. NOTARY BONDS ARE EXEMPT. :wiij. ir IX Austin, April 17. Statistics compiled by the State Depart- ment of Education indicate that the amount expended in common ; school disrticts for buildings in 1911-12, from amounts raised by bondi88ues, was$680.715,78, and in 1912-13 was $758,157 64, an increase of $77,441.86. The amount expended for school buildings in independent districts in 1911-12 from funds raised by bond issues, was $1,485,865.95. and in 1912-13 was $2,161,109.60, an increase of $675,243.65. In other "words, $752,685.51 more jvas spent for buildings from bond iBBues in 1912-13 than in 1911-12. In addition to this a large amount was expended in 1912-13 for buildings from avail- able and maintenance funds, the amount so expended in 1912-13 being $1,154,594.02, a decrease af about $5,400 as compared with jLyii-12.- In speaking o f the public school situation today, Superin- tendent W. F. Doughty said: "Although the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 23 April 1915

TOA .1 v-1 K'C ,fl,'iV" ' J' i'v o; 3 , ' --j "a li'f ' ' C- - y '" if V ((. j- , .' -jttf j' .i Cll '.v ! iii ii in ii M The Tribune And News 9 FRIDAY. APRIL 23. 1915 SELECT GOOD MEN. 1 There will be a school trustee taction held in the Bartlett In- dependent School District on : ' Saturday, May 1, 1915, for the . purpose of electing three school trustees. The outgoing trustees, S.Messrs. Stanton Allen. J.L.Pow- oll and P. H. Leslie. Mr. Allen is disqualified on account of hav- ing been elected Mayor. We un- derstand that Mr, Powell will not stand for election. In our mad rush for wealth we may overlook the importance of the school trustees, and it is no , more than right that we should '" Jook around and select men for , "the office who have the best in- v terests of our children and our schools at heart. The next board may have to seriously con- sider the building additional fa- ' cilities, and we should by all means select those who believe in upbuilding the educational in- tere...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 23 April 1915

'!7 V ET M TJWit'.WP' i 'T'H"" If" a'- u H J v .1 I lK ' vt i ' t t r M 4i V f LOCALand PERSONAL Hon. Stanton Allen was an Austin visitor yesterday. Bring your panama hats to Belk & Kuler and let them have them made new. y Mrs. Dallas Pinkard underwent a successful operation at one of thelocal sanitariums in Temple Monday, and is reiorted to be resting nicely. Book-keeping, shorthand, type writing, civil service course, ac Bartlett Commercial College con- ducted by Mrs. Boren. Will Jenkins was in Taylor this week on business. Tree tomatoe plants for sale. W. 13. Smith. Mrs. B. M. Wilson left Tues- day for Shawnee, Okla., to visit her parents and other relatives. For cane seed or feed seed call at the Sanitary Grocery E. M. Wilson is in Houston this week on cotton business. Learri to stencil curtains and prettv things at Mrs. Boron's Art Studio. Mrs. E. C. Shaef er is the guest of friends in Marlin this week. A complete line of extra fancy Fruit is always on hand at the Sanitary ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 23 April 1915

T. 1VA.--OJB .. "r - a " 1 LITL'fli rrvs ... . . Bh V o B"-' . .'- i fe fr v $ u y ft-- M ft: w. ' I. OUR SERVICE WILL Suit You We are sure our service will suit you for we are con- scientiously studying all the time to see in what way we can improve it, and in order to meet our customers' wants and anticipate their desires. Service with us is synonymous with a desire to please and satisfy. You can call us any time on the telephone and we will respond to your inquiry, whether you are only seeking some information on some technical point, or whether you desire us to deliver an article of mer- chandise. Remember our phone is 28. Ihere's homeone al- ways in attendance and your wants will be immediately com- plied with. The Leatherman (DRUGS OF QUALITY) LOCAL NEWS. Max Rowntree was in Taylor this week on business. For Rent Rent Good 6 room house,, vRarden, watei. etc, for $8 per month. G. A. Krause 3t jhj. ,- uiesarsr. xx, leaiie, o. in. u. t K T"1 TT T 1 T "VT T : tllcCarty and Rev. J....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 23 April 1915

BHUmriBIB"P-rsiaBr in - f . v" - I'rfi 1 ' ".' tm .rw.' - - . .iyi 1 r-rj '-" ;i(5wvwrff''v '"I- . XVW 's, , e , I' f. ' '' i till ' Sk ft . L &j :V. ft, ,. BVt. tt I Ifw -C R & iTt m: B.. m bc L' -I m IS mw , House Joint Resolution No. 34. X Joint resolution nroiioilnir amendment to Article 7, Sections 10 i - 11, 12, 13, 14 and 15 of tho Constltu.l tlon of tlio State of Texas, providing ror the establishment and seiiarati niamien, or the University ol loxas and fixing Its iiormanent loca- tion In Travis County, providing foi tho permanent location of the medl cal branch of tho University of Tex as In Galveston County; provldliu for the establishment and nmlnten anco of tho Agricultural and Median- leal College of Texas ni on Independ cnt college, and providing for Iti permanent location In Unuos Coun. ty, providing for the establishment ana sopnrnto maintenance of the Col. icfo of Industrial Arts and fixing Iti permanent location in Denton Coun ty: authorizing the establish...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 23 April 1915

;'Wjr' !?VA3? . rt - , (v rt Austihl; Bartlett 0 J Last Friday Austin reciprocat- ed ov shutting out Bartlett in a fast and furious game. It was a battle royal to the end. A largo andenthusiastic crowd witnessed the con test. Both teams left for Austin Saturday morning for a three-game series. Bartlett 11-3, Austin 1-3. Austin, Tex., April 19. In a doubleheader here today be tween Austin tihd Bartlett of the Mid'Tekas League, Bartlett won the first gamu by a score .ot 11; to 1. The second game result ed in a tie of 3 to 3 in seven in- nings, being called on account of darkness. Austin's poor field- ing was responsible for the large score in the first game. Watson pitched both games for Bartlett and with the the exception of the seventh inning of the sec- ond game pitched air-tight ball. He' was given. excitant suprtort, i. rAus.tjn tied the aco?e of - the sedond gatpe in' thel. seventh when VVatsbn weakened; a walk and thr.ee singles -with" two down did the'Kvork. Decided No Game Sc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 30 April 1915

JPTtrajHVAT7J3Srare. &.''& ' 'v ' " '.'. .MW. pv 'frmiifimti.- vwwj&r' '' www '''" . AKi " ' ' " TMi' vjiwjTnB.- I"-, rn- ; & "" ' . V &melf ge Pf : - AND NEWS R. P..CATES, Editor AM"9 Proprietor .BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY. APRIL 30, 1915. $1.00 Per Year. VOL. XXIX? NO. 45 w r",w-c ' 'tri :!sri,B W ,' I c ' ', i " 11' t ft , J v rrt :' WCKEY KILLED AT TEMPLE . Temple, April 23rd. -William Dickey, County Commissibner of Bell County for Temple, was shot four times through the body and instantly killed this morn- inginthe office of the supervis- ing engineer of the county. C. tS. Neely, a farmer residing four miles from town, was taken into r custody pending a hearing. Commissioner Dickey was 60 ' years of age. He is survived ty his, wife and two grown daugh- ters and a son, McNeely is mar- ried 45 years old and has a family. " After consultation between the State's attorneys and counsel for McNeely, an agreement was reached to conduct tho examin- i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 30 April 1915

J" t J U t Big Sale of Fine Embroideries fi u, M "! 3 , We are overstocked on fine embroderies and to reduce the stock quick and get the cash we offer you choice of our line of Embroidery Flounces that have sold for $4, $5, $6 and $7.50 per yard at the unheard of price of $1 .95 Per Yard . f i We have Embroideries bid fair to be more popular this season than for years. many other bargains to offer in the different lines to be sold at once. New Line Dutchess Trousers We are just in receipt of a beautiful line of the famous "DUTCHESS." No but- tons to come off, no rips to trouble you. We also carry them in boys full Peg Knickerbockers. The patterns are especially pretty. Men's (T'") CT : Pants $2.50 to $6.00. Boy's Pants $1.50 to --- JJ THIW ., F. H. L (Its' LJ LI L Bartlett, Texas The Tribune And News ti, , 1 . , , , FRIDAY. APRIL 30. 1915 , "What doth it profit a man to K&in, the whole world and lose .his soul?" A Bartlett Barleycornist, whose eyes had become affected, was advis...

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