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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 14 May 1915

'T (( ' W C I. I 4.' 4 1 IS r.s. A jii . .l r C f," A if. 3 - i House Joint Resolution No. H A Joint resolution proposing an amendment to Artlolo 7, Sections 10 ir ":l?. " ana lb ot the Constitu- tion of the "State of Texas, providing . for Mio establishment and scparatii mnlnten nf dm ft .... .. 22Xu? aJid flxln" ltB Permanent loca- tion In Travis County; providing fo the permanent location of the medl cal branch of tlio University of Tex. ' ?J? .1 aalveston County; provldltu ilrJh0f abllhniont and mnlnten- ?ri Vfnth0 AKr'cultural and Median. 4cal College of Texas as an Indepcnd. ;Ji. 1CB.eVnnd Providing for Iti permanent focatlon In Hrnzos Coun. ty, providing for the establlshmeni and separate maintenance of tho Col- 'Icao of Industrial Arts and fixing Iti permanent location In Dontftn Coun. ty. authorizing tho establishment oi junior agricultural college subsldlarj to and under tho government of tin Agricultural and Mechanical Collcgi Board' establishing tho Pralrlo View State No...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 14 May 1915

zmnmmm'' '-. H "T m ' tjuhwi-7, - -. "i t'f uiidifl If I v I u Saturday May 15th Saturday May 15th ! V 4 v. "TV L. HiL . B i h I1 c a n REALIZATION ALE laaranawrwaKaafrMiasjaMBagi t CS&OBRl New Clean Fresh Goods At Less Than Cos! To Manufacturer The object of this seJe is to realize money end to do that we have decided to sell in many instances at less than cost to make. We will keep no books during saJe everything mvist be sold for cash only. No charges, no C. O. D's. no approvals or nothing taken back. To Realize Our Object We Are Willing; To Sacrifice Not Only Profits But Actual Cost In Many Instances. This circular presents hundreds of items which serve to ,show the nature of the bargains thLt you will receive. There will be hundreds more like them throughout the house. Everything Reduced, No Regular Prices About 1000 yards Cur- tain Scrim, net and chenile, many colors to select from, values up to $1 .50 the yad must be sold very, very low. Our entire stock Laces and Embroid...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 21 May 1915

ff.n fl6 ;;. a',4 ' i i ' 4" AND NEWS n c -. R. F. CATES, Editor and Proprietor BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY. MAY 21. L915. $1.00 Per Year. VOL. XXIX. NO. 48 5 i r u. ', : l fe P- , :(- Mfc. I-? 1 iV y. Wi 1.9. Wr r Ajf-V hi - 0, IV" I'TVJ.?" V . .- lit- rt '' . i in nun i wHi NEAR JARRELL Tho Homo Bell Oil Company has been organized and has let the contract to U, S. Ctelesby, driller of Taylor's famous deeo water artesian well, to begin the 'drilling of an oil prospect well near Jarrell, The company has secured a lease six miles nortfo of Jarrell, and Mr. Oglesby will begin drilling at once, The rig belonging to the Tay- lor Water Company is now being installed. Interest has been aroused in that neighborhood And drilling has begun also at Schwertner, east of Jarrell, on which drilling will begin in the next te,a days. This makes three wells to be put down northwest of Taylor ""between Georgetown and Gran- ger. Taylor Press. THIRTY-ONE WELLS IN FIELD CLEAN-UP DAY WAS Y...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 21 May 1915

I A STORE FULL OP 1; , : . .BmnagaMggMWCaBlBMMMWgaiaB H SALE OPENS Saturday, May 22nd 8:30 O'CLOCK SHARP LADIES A Fwrvhodv livinsr in this part of the universe. We take pleasure in handing you one of our circulars giving a great long list of high grade standard Merchandise S2 Sned iintc ?cTsh quick. Read this price list but don't take our word for a scratch of it. Come and see for yourself that we are domg Dust what we advertise; you are to be the judge and jury both. r Tr T IV T 1VT I XTn JlI A V " we will offer our Customers the most exceptional bargains in new seasonable Dry' Goods, Ladies' Skirts, BEUlJNlNirNU MAY 22 Waists, Dresses, Millinery, Men's and Boy's Clothing, Hats, Shoes, Furnishing, Etc. This is a wonder- ful opportunity to buy all your Summer requirements and save a very substantial 'Sum. You have the opportunity of choosing from the biggest & Jest stocks StTlSiaaSSLued and you may absolutely depend upon the quality and style of every article offered. This is in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 21 May 1915

J A. ,r u &- a l v V .1 t r. - i K t Erf i I "t '. Going Out of Business I have decided to go oit of the Whis- key business and have placed m y entire stock on the market at cost to me. Only a limit- number of days in which you can taJke advantage of these bargains. Yours For Business, Chas. Bartles -12? Belk y Kuler asks for a share of your patronage when in need of - a first-class hair cut, or an up-to-date shave (one of easy kind). Try us next time. 1 "r !-. fc.i t J ..mam, , . .mi hi ..a ii,MM, ..hiy fc . Women's Club MeHing The membersVof" the Wdmen's Club met Tuesday, May 12th, at the home of Mrs, A. E. Wacker. Mrs. Stockton reported on her meeting with the merchants on the library question, but nothing definite was decidea upon. An invitation from the Wom an's Study Club of Holland was read, in which they invited our club to attend their Peace pro- gram on May 18. The Club ac cepted the invitation. It was decided that we hold our annual Flower Show in Nov- ember, and Mrs....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 21 May 1915

;v HEWS NOTES OIL NEWS FROM FLORENCE. V FROM JARRELL ""fvr.i.rif "i ,-8.' fc'. SVk -r v r & ? t -CS ?' &' It l fc. ft r. )' t The home Bell Oil Co.. have the machinery on the ground and is being unloaded from the cars and hauled from the Ben Warrick place, whore boring for oil will begin at once. Mark Jenkins has returned from Temple and other points in the interest of the Jarrell Oil Co. He has been successful in inter- esting a great many in his company. The Jarrell Thrali Oil Co., is a new company, with Jarrell and Granger citizens interested. The following offtcets have been elec- ted with headquarters at Jarrell: J. P. Ponder, President; W. B. Denson. Vice-President; P, E. Root Secretary-Treasurer. Messrs Denson and Root of Granger were here Monday on business. Mrs. E: H, Dunn is in one of the local0 sanitariums for treat- ment at Temple. Cotton is all planted some be- gan chopping this week. Oats are begining to ripen, and the reaper will begin cutting next week. The c...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 21 May 1915

t f i ' ' ' " f . O 11 RigUj ,4 & .j a 3 (1 n m p" r F f & ".. The Tribune And News FRIDAY, MAY 21. 1915 Everything is not looking rosy at the present writing it is looking blood red. The crying need of this coun try is a little more of Christianity and much less of religion. The annual state convention of the suffragettes was pulled off in Houston last week. The num- ber of children who attended haye not yet been reported. The beautiful photo of George Bailey was missed from the col umns of the Houston Post last week for three issues. What was the trouble, Bailey Gripe nuts, or Gripe juice? We are not mixed up in the oil proposition; we hold no stock in the railroads, nor have we any bill of lading for half of the -planets. But we would like to get our gig in a fish about the Rockefeller size just long enough to extract the price of a few square meals. It is only natural and human for a person to love and respect the country in which they were born and to which they owe al-...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 21 May 1915

' ( u t" I t, ft k I 0 (I t LOCAL and PERSONAL j (".," fr v & i SV l. I itr It U, Lv- V V' I Buy Your Spring Suit Now and Save Money All Ladies' Wool and Silk Suits are now being sold at an ACTUAL SAVING. 33 1 -3 Cut On Each $1 .00 No better investment if you are in the' market for a suit . JARRELL New Mississippi Store The Store Ahead. On the Square. 1 emple, Texas The new Bartlett Directory the Southwestern Telephone Com- pany will be issued from this of- fice about June 1. Subscribers who have changes or alterations to make in the exchange list should notify the manager at once. Honor the Sabbath day and keep it holy by closing up one class of business and allowing another class (equally forbidden by law) to remain open on Sun- day is a very inconsistent way to inculcate respect for the law. Cameron Herald. Low Ronnd Trip Fares DAILY TO CORPUS CHRIST! THE GULF RESORT OP TEXAS Delightful bathine-. fishinp namnino-. F.YPPllmif. I hotel facilities. Tickets, good for ninety days ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 21 May 1915

! ' CpJJ !' V. i' ( 1 I B it i ; t p"k i ti WHY GET SICK? It is eaBier to keep well and costs you less. The main thing is to pay reasonable attention to your diet; chase the poisonous secretions out of your system, avoid colds and grippes, and take an occasional tonic to keep the blood flowing properly through your arteries. You will find eyerything you need right here at this Drug Store, and often a few cents will brace you up and put the spring of life into you. The Leatherman (DRUGS OF QUflUTY) LOCAL NEWS. Mayor Sam Davis of Granger was a Bartlett visitor here Mon- day. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Waggoner, a boy on May 1.5. Miss Inez Powell was at home from Baylor Friday and Satur- day. Mayor Allen and daughter Catherine visited Georgetown and Taylor last Friday. Palm beach suits cleaned and pressed at Pavel's. Mrs. J. A. Root and little daughter, Alice, visited her daughter, Miss Nello Steele the latter part of the week. For Rent Four room cottage recently repaired, cement walks...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 28 May 1915

' i, vr K to JV Ite ,v 5, b I' , & &' AND NEWS -t R. F. CATES, Editor and Proprietor BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDAY. MAY 28. 1915. $1.00 Per Year. VOL. XXIX. NO. 49 fe fr m vw vlr X Ittt i DEEP TEST WELL FINDS GOOD PAY m two new wells in the proven territory, every L m m- r With present indication that three more wells will be baled in this afternoon, others showing Rood which will extend the field some distance and work going on rapidly in every section of the field, there is every reason for optimism in the Thrall field is apparent. The Cap Rock Oil Co, No. 1, Horn farm, has set several joints of perforated pipe and is testing their well, which was drilled to 850 feet. It shows pay. The Taylor Oil and Gas Co. brought in a well Saturday af- ternoon, the well coming in flow- ing. It is thought to be good for 600 barrels. This well is near the line of the Petroleum Co. and is their 10th well on the Mrs. E. Stiles farm. No 11 and 12 were being baled this afternoon ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 28 May 1915

ft .r a j? Mutual Lumber Company WWWWWUI.IW1 tmt Can Fill Your Wants In BUILDING MATERIAL OIL FOUND, IN BARTLETT. gasscsats sztzfxzssxisxxi ancrgggggvaB t Whether You Want to Build a Chicken Coop, Hen House, Residence, Barn, Fence or an OIL DERRICK The We've Got the Stuff and Price Is Right The Mutual Lumber Company BARTLETT, TEXAS "There is one place right here in Bartlett, where oil has been struck in ua ng quanities," a prominent oil man confided in the writer the other day, "There's oil here and plenty of it," he said, and went on t) de scribe the location exactly, so that there could be no shadow of doubts in our minds. We were a little skeptical at first and thought he was like many people around Bartlelt just guessing. But after he had gone into de- tails i nd told us the location, the surrounding conditions and last ly proved to us very conclusively that he knew what he was talk- ing about and had really dis- covered the oil. We asked his permission to rritrn t-lna inffirnml...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 28 May 1915

"r, T" ' tf Vi ( '- ,4 . 1. '.tf "f; u I&t U.-i M f Mi, - f Y MMHMHWMMmWHHmMI Jord THE UNIVERSAL CAR More and more every day Ford cars become the necessity for everybody-a utility in city and country. Their great usefulness is part of the daily life of all the people, through giving universal service with universal economy. Retail buyers of new Ford cars from August 1914 to August 1915 will share in profits if 300.000 are sold in that time. Ask us for particulars. Keep in mind the simplicity in operation and economy in upkeep less than 2c a mile. Runabout $440; Touring Car $490; Town Car $690; Coupelet $750; Sedan $975, completely equipped, f. o. b. Detroit. On display and sale at r7 Bartlett Garage OIL REFINERY NOW PROPOSED S. S. Osborn of Chanute.Kan., an expert oil refinery man, is planning the establishment of an oil refining plant at Thrall. He visited the field Saturday in com- pany with representatives of the firm of Amy & Coats of Taylor. He stated that he looked fav...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 28 May 1915

,'' -; o' tf" ' m h ,'i Wi' ' V KUhSmBEb The Tribune And News FRIDAY. MAY 28. 1915 He Left His Religion in the Country He moved up to the city When he'd made his little pile; Built a house and had a garden, Dressed his girls in city style. He read the city papers And he ate the city food; His wife joined half a dozen clubs His boy became a dude. But he left his religion in the country. He took a dab in politics, The city kind, of course; He bought a high-powered auto, It was faster than the horse. He had a box at opera And a lot of gilt-edged stock; Built the bank right in center Of the city's finest block- But he left his religion in the country. The church just 'iound a corner Was of other brand than his; So he visited the movies Or spent Sunday at bis "biz." He knocked the city preachers " And he laughed at Sunday laws While his boys went to the devil, And girls were lost because He had lett his religion in the country. And when he took his journey To the place where men stand, H...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 28 May 1915

TT- r. ';, i ' f ' -'."r-vr 'i jj t trjn;irW i V . v , i to i M. - '.- ? IS M t 5- IfoV .. B Is li. h,'.. h., 1 r E- . iv :'f ' LOCALand PERSONAL Miss Lucy Mao Hasting of Uvaldo is tho guest of friends and relatives hero. Miss Jeannetto Alexander of LaGrange is tho guest of Miss Mae Lynn Cox this week. Messrs Joe Knight, H. Moore, M. Cox and L. Usry composed a fishing party to the Gabriel this week. Mrs. W. P. Griffin of Whitney is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. S. Y, Shoemaker this week. Mrs. VV. J. Stephens and daughter, Miss Carroll of Kemp, are the guest of relatives here. Miss Exa Phillips of Holland attended commencement services here last Sunday. Miss Ethel Ricks of Eddy is the guest of Miss Martha Talbot this week. Rowntree Brothers will pay you the highest price for your oats. The banks will be closed on Monday and Thursday ot next week, both being legal holidays. Mrs. .1. G, Cobb of Holland was the guest of her sister. Mrs. D. K. Leatherman this week. Mr. and Mrs, J. R. Mounger...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 28 May 1915

riiTrr tfiri fTirrrarwmK s. 15 ' hv a"7,r "itT . v ' ". -v' f ?t' si P :, ?W E? V ! r n " WHY GET SICK? It is easier to keep well and coats you less. The main thing is to pay reasonable attention to your diet; chase the poisonous secretions out of your system, avoid colds and grippes, and take an occasional tonic to keep the blood flowing properly through your arteries. You will find eyerything you need right here at this Drug Store, and often a few cents will brace you up and put the spring of life into you. The Leatherman (DRUGS OF QUALITY) LOCAL NEWS. Misses Coker of Georgetown were here Saturday to attend the funeral of Mrs. C. Smart. Mrs. W. H. Carmen of Temple was here Saturday to attend the funeral of Mrs. C. Smart Miss Lula Duncan has gone to Fort Worth to be the guest of her niece, Mrs.'R. U. Ross, Palm beach suits cleaned and pressed at Pavel's. Mr. R. L. McCoy known as the "Jim Ferguson One Man Band" is in town this week and he is right in having the honor for his name be...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 28 May 1915

a i i- lv v v - JHE WILLIAMSON COUNTY PROSPECTS East of Bartlett the Holland Oifatid Gas Company is drillinp; Hear tho inland town of Davilla. In 1J308 a surface well near this little farm was known to have produced some oil. Four miles northwest of Bart- lett at Schwertner the Gem Oil Company is drilling with cable tools and already has splendid iudications at a shallow depth. It might be well to say in this connection that if the president of this company is as lucky here as ho was in the Electra and Iowa Park fields will open upj some new territory in William- son County as he has a record in the North TeXas fields of ha ing drilled thirty-two walls with only three dry holes. And so in each direction from Taylor developments go on with the prospect that at any day or hour a well may he brought in and another big rush will be on. Austin Statesman. ' Services at all' the"churches Sunday and preaching! by the right kind of men. Professional DR. R. S. SUTTON Physician and Surgeon Cjf...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 28 May 1915

TWSWjTFwar-ryji .' .r;V ' i-w a (i "2 1 iv c ,0 ' t -uU-l. '"WbwIWOMMOB ft HHwwi,iiiiwwm awv mm r'h, fff Some Marvelous Exhibits at the Panama-Pacific International Exposition The Big Cash Sale Exhibits In Agricultural Palace at the Panama-Pacific International Expo- sition Show Caterpillar Gaining Favor Over Lug-wheeler Trac- tor In Farm Macnlnery. hi p.. v fe. v i ' "S t w h ' i' i '$ N SODA WATER A Food As Well As A Drink Mothers need never hesitate in letting their children drink SODA WATER that co Ties from our plant, because it is pure and sanitary in every respect. We only use pure products. Our plant is always open to the public for inspection. Ladies are especially invited to come and inspect our plant. Give us your next order. i) iwMinii.ar.'gjMmim THE BARRETT BOTTLING WORKS BRAUN & ZANDERS, Proprietors. PHONE 14G. . Rangers Ambushed. ., Marfa. Texas. May 26. The bodies of Gene Hulen, a Texas ranger and brother of former Adjutant General Hulen of Tex- as, and Joe Sitte...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 4 June 1915

IButlhlf tibxmt mm AND NEWS R. P. CAfe, Editor and Proprietor BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 4. 1915. $1.00 Per Year. VOL. XXIX. NO. 50 BARRETT NEEDS AN ICE FACTORY CHAS. CHERNOWSKI GRANTED PARDON BALL PLAYER IS HURT NEAR BELTON r" It trW Y 11 t The interests of Bartlett vit- ally concern the interest of the Tribune, and the advancement of the town means our pros- perity. In this connection we wish to remark that there are two enterprises that are sadly n eeded hetfe an ice factory and a good hotel. In the former case there appears to be much ' dissatisfaction over the recent increase in the price of ice. The distributors, however, contend that during the past year they operated at a loss, In connection with the fore- going enterprises the 'Tribune would suggest that our local cao- , italists devise the ways and money to provide the town with "'these conveniences. Whether or not the prhes of the commod- ities are reduced, it will keep our money at home and provide ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 4 June 1915

vw 4i "I -J '-!," V. I A i is i' r n 'o FURNITURE We have just unloaded a Carload of Furniture consisting of Bed Room Suits, Iron and Brass Bedsteads, Chairs, Etc. Now Is The Time to furnish your home at Hardtime Prices. Send It In If you have a bit of netos, Send it in. Or a joke that will amuse, Send it in. A story that is new, An incident that's true. We want to hear from you Send it in. Will your story make us laugh? Send it in. Enclose a photograph, Send it in. Never mind about your style, If it's only worth the while, And will make the reader smile, Send it in. Richmond For The Last Time. Bartlett Hardware Company T. W. TALBOT, Proprietor BARTLETT, TEXAS The Tribune And News FRIDAY. JUNE 4. 1915 The oil demon has becured a strangle hold on king cotton in Williamson county. "A person who repeats evil gossip is not a consistent Chris- tian, we care not to what sect or society that may belong. WUHam Jennings Bryan is tor peace first, last and all the time. But how in the world ca...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 4 June 1915

v7 WfrTwW7. ' trtrTr'"V I i V ' If r f 'v fjM - it. m F fc. B. pd' l t f i r i Si 5 s, fe DRILLING FOR - OIL CONTINUES. Round Rock, May 28th. -The drilling rig of the Nelson Broth- era of San Antonio has arrived and has been hauled out to the Walsh estate, about fwe mile9 northwest of Round Rock on Brushy Creek, where drilling for oil will begin at once, VGood surface indications have been found of oil where the first well will be drilled and this prospect will be tested out before drilling is begun elsewhere on the prop- erty, Several wells are going down in this territory and car loads of casing and supplies are arriving daily. Left Children Here. A woman who called herself Mrs.Wade.accompanied by three Children, the oldest about 12 years, arrived in Bartlett last Saturday. The woman engaged quarters at the Arnold boarding house for colored fulks, where she left her children and de- parted for Fjorence, During her absence Mrs. Bucek took charge of the children. Upon the re- turn o...

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