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

f i i, 1. , ' " M ft I Kb lfc' r . tr ' t s s-4 ' i -7-1. ' t, " V r- IvV ' y ) & K tS u 'Visiting ifl Colorado Misses Ruth and Ruby Mc- Carty and Mtss Mao Lynn Cox of Bartlett, Texas, arrived last Saturday. They aro tho guests ef Miss Ida Cramm. The Misses McCarty, it will bo remembered, kro the charming daughters of Rov. McCarty, who was former- ly pastor of the First Christian church h6ro. They expect to remain a couple 'of weeks visit- ing friends. The voung ladies were enter- tained Wednesday night at a chicken dinner at tho home of John Stotts.-The Rifle (Col) Reveille. Gin Burns At Georgetown Georgetown, Texas, July 17 Tho old plant of the Georgetown Gin Company, valued at $8,000, was destroyed by fire last night just before midnight. Insur- ance $6,000. The department prevented the flames from spreading to other buildings. Ladies Do you want to be beautiful well developed figure, strong lungs, perfect body, like Annette Kellerman? She took physical training. Attend my ph...

Publication Title: Bartlett Tribune And News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 30 July 1915

fr 'f ' - .V. ya ff ;& ' fil! &' . '.JS WX ,- .: . , i'j AND NEWS ar r' .') ' . (-- VtJ ;,-ltX GATES, Editor and Proprietor BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY,; TEXAS FRIDAY. JULY 30.. 1915 $1.00.Pbr:Ybar. VOL.' XXX. :N.Qi: .: - Eft . TAYLOR GETS A DANGEROUS ' MORNING FIRE THE BIG REVIVAL CLOSED SUNDAY ; i: UCO tIDCT DHIC fef- 1-4 This morning at 6:30 o'clock the" first bale of new cotton of this season's growth reaBhed the city The staple was grown on the farm of H. F. Ryals near ' Beyersville, by W. A. Ryals, and wasgiriried by Ben Thonig'sgin. , The bale weighed 385 pounds. sThis year's first bale is in the .pity four days earlier than tbat oLlast year, but is not so heavy : a'bale. The first bale last year ' was also ginned by Ben Thonig, ,and Was also raised at Beyers- ville by Wm. Streitt. C , . The first bale was classed as "strict, middling and A.Rosenberg 4i local merchant cotton buyer, -l w r". f If paid ,10 1-4 cents per pound. A list. is. being circulated to which liber...

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

,WF?' ' ' " f:;tWSiafc?."!' "iW'KiWlS-" -; W';wra '-: Qi; ':, "V"'. -' V .. -." ,;'' &-. Pft.- tf SB" ,".' ft- - ' St.. r ,, . n ' .v 'a i., li w "'-,3 . ,U S I " J . ' -:..' -...- I" ..ft . ' OJk .iT i IK !. RP. a y &V tsc Lf g ( .m a IT will pay you to buy your clothes from us. Wc have a SPECIAL DEPARTMENT for our Men's Clothing. We also carry exclusive lines. The A. E. Anderson Co., of Chicago make our HADE-TO-ORDER Clothes. Look at our samples and you will agree with us that they are of the best quality. YJlE won't let you leave the store unless you are perfectlly fitted and satisfied and We have a large assortment for you to pick from. Get yours today. Don't let such an opportunity pass unheeded. Get a suit that will last you until next summer. DO IT NOW. Palm Beach Clothing There never was so sane a suit for this hot weather. Suits that were worth up to $7.5o. Special now at a bargain. $4.50 Suit Cases AH made made of genuine leather, $5.00 to $12.50 Embroideries Some ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 30 July 1915

ALMOST SURE . MOTHERHOOD A LOST ART i3frM lltftK COLLEGE STATION TO BE A WAR T iND TO KiW 7"J B?j. '. ll H 5 w m Bf 1 K ftell county farmers will at tend tlib Farmers' Congress to open at. 'College Station August 1st and continue through four days, going over in covered wag- ons, just a's their forefathers traveled iifty years ago when came to Texas. At least ive representative agncui- Rsts of the county will leave ieir homes rnursaay morning on the trip which, it is expected fWiH corlsume about two and one- half days. '- They will take their families (with them and will make the trip in easy stages, stopping at night by cree"ks and rivers along the ipad, where a few hours re- creation may be had. Sufficient food supplies will be carried along from TSmple to last the travelers ten days, for while at- tending the congress the farm- era plan to camp in the open air. doing their cooking in regular :amp style. 'All of the travelers expect to eturn to their homes, scattered '., :pyer Bel...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 30 July 1915

m M.f ut- I& 1 X k a ." I -"A there Are As Good Fish In the Sea As Were Ever Caught But you have to know where to go for them. Same may be with lumber. In spite of the hard times, good lumber can be had at the right places. This is one of them and you will find it much to your advantage to give us your next order. You'll know why after you have used the lumber. ff I ALL DEFEATED MUTUAL LUMBER CO. Home Builders The Tribune And News FRIDAY, JULY 80. 1915 You can run into debt on high gear, but it takes mud chains, a towline and a lot of patience to Dull you out. Dallas News. "Bartlett is the most liberal- minded town in Texas toward auto speeders. In fact, the old town is most too liberal in im- portant things and not liberal enough in small matters. It is highly probably-that Pres- ident Wilson will shortly call an extra Bession of congress to de- termine some momentous ques- tions. Should he do so we look forward to a warmer session than that of 1898, preceding our difficulty wi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 30 July 1915

Monday SALE FOR TWO DAYS TUESDAY z LtSW. . r Jw, IV 3 I"! - r,'S a BB p bbI Eft,?- . BBfl Bf,'T HBH RrWH" " .BBI EST - 1 1" bbbbbb s BBBJ L " B 1 Ijp? ST BBBJ BBl BBB1 ;r. . sale imm $1.25 Silk Hose $1.50 up to $5 Skirts $1.25 up to $1.50 Middy Blouse $1.50 up to $2.00 Silk Waists $1.25 fine table Damask Ivory Stick Fans $1.50 Corsets broken sizes 15 Lbs. Standard Granulated Sugaar 7 Lbs. Royall Coffee 5 Lbs Royall P. Berry Coffee 26 bars Bob White Soap 28 bars Lenox Soap 18 Lbs. Pinto Beans 2 Gallons Farmer Jones Syrup 12 Yds. Good Domestic 12 Yds. Good Gingham 36 Inch Messaline Silk $1.25 Men's Shirts Monday and Tuesday $1.00 Sale THE WALTON DRY GOODS CO. BARTLETT, TEXAS SALE f ' HP ; LJU . - . mm m:rt r, fc. C - Sfft. -A L -'' SILOS We would like to tell you about our Silo. We can show you one in use. No hoops to get loose and therefore can not buckle and come apart A splendid Silo and a price that is right. FAIRCHILD LUMBER CO. D. D. f AIRCHILD, JR., Manager ..UM lf i'.OCALand P...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 30 July 1915

Summer Drugs Each season brings special demand in the drug line, and Whatever the Pemand is, WE MEET IT! We have remedies for all summer ills, Cures for all summer hurts, killers for all summer insects, and protection for all summer complexions. The Leatherman Drug Company (DRUGS OF QUALITY) BARRETT, TEXAS LOCAL NEWS. 'Miss Ella Jesse visited friends ik Garnger this week. TNYR RAIMA finort .Tersevmilk cow, cheap. Apply to A. E. ''Conn at Davilla. Miss Rainey returned to her her home in Manor Monday after m pleasant visit to Miss Gene Fowler.5 Mr. and Mrs. John Partlow ivfmoyed to Granger where WFtoill reside. John nas ac- Bd a position as clerk for the rs. "P.. C. Brooks and little fare'visiting relatives in Bel- J this week. on't forget the big picnic at Jarrell Aug 5th. Prominent men have been engaged to speak on that occasion. - John Jackson of Jarrell was here Friday on business. Mrs. J. S. Parker and daugh- ter. Miss Wanda Witcher have returned from a visit to Brown- g&-V S...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 30 July 1915

7 "trgflS VT?' u WW K- If ttfi Iw ft1' - ' '3 . it; L,"V BELL COUNTY SCHOOL CENSUS Belton, Texas, July 14. The following is the scholastic cen- sus of the independent school districts of the county given sev- erally with the total of the rural schools showing comparison of last year and the present year: 1915 1914 White Col'dTotul Total Bartlett 283 164 637 583 "Belton 916 406 1821 1298 - Holland Killccn Oenayille .Rogers Salado Temple ''Troy R'al school 6284 412 Totals ' 12958 12919 348 14 362 332 408 1 400 401 149 ll-' 160 160 416 41 457 623 172 9 181 203 1886 703 2589 2429 235 11 246 232 6284 412 6606 6687 W ,'J.. Iff? " k. r- . .- T" Anti-Vice league Planned Austin, July 23. Preliminary steps toward the organization of a State Anti-vice League were taken tonay at a conference held here between Dr. Mather of the State University. Rev. G. W. Pehn and J. Y. Upchurch of Dallas. Wesley Peacock of San Antonio, who was to have at- tended the conference was de- tained at home by illness...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 30 July 1915

&BOEB! rKOT r wm & ! R -i v'Ms"-; " . .! . V1 WWWMW j-.,- iv5 wji ., V. grafts wyB , H. if? IP ta -. -f r i.: K'i PICNIC WEDNESDAY A SUCCESS Thg. members of the popular 6dR6 S. P. J. S. T. of Bartlett tendered their members and " friends a basket picnic on the Cuaino grounds Wednesday. A rre crowd was present to en joy the festivities. i-The band rendered a street ' concert in the morning which opened the affair and it was con- cluded with a ball at night. Many were present fpom Hol- ' land and other neighboring dis- tricts and towns. Old Settlers in Session. v arrived Georgetown, July 27th. The eleventh annual reunion of the Old Settlers association conven- ed today. Gpveraor Ferguson was detained in Austin three hours on account of rain, but here at 2:30 p. m. and spoke to the people. He dealt With the history of Texas, its heroes and makers, past and tirpBpnt. Ha rphirnpd to Austin .. r, x-'v mis evening. Mrs. R. J. Fisher of Austin, !? .president of the Daughters of .the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 6 August 1915

www ma-- 0. - 4p)VMt I" B't. f-A -fy u ,1 ""V"TS V "j tBk AND NEWS u ILF: GATES, Editor and Proprietor BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDAY. AUG. 6. L915. $1.00 Per Year. VOL. XXX. NO. 8 ' h". "? IT' I) AWEIII MIIUHKU , NEAR TEMPLE W cH Aj '!' h'Hf-'B"H- H H'-BB HK. -..,..'.," ... ,-.& K ' w fc r K .- Traple, July 29 Five mem- bra of the family of W. R. Orimfl were badly beaten in tho hed with a hammer about mid oijrht while aaleep at their home bout a mile from here, Three mall children are dead, and Mr. and Mrs. Grimes are expected to die. Three other children were not attacked. Apparently no member of the family awakened during the at- tack. Mr. Grimes and an 8-year old son were asleep in the same 'bed in one room. Mrs. Grimes and two twin babies, a boy and a girl, 7 months old, slept to- gether in fnother room, and the three children who escaped slept 'in a third room. Grimes and his wife lay unconscious all the re- ., mainder of the night. ' Grimes said at about his r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 6 August 1915

ml l' ' . . - :1 '. ' i '. . v. ,, ji ,, 'J ,; -awwy rYiv.-,..r-33 -!.," law;- Itpwcr , V ' -.' ,'' c ' fit-,' 'e i a tut asj" '!,' vmN& i,; ,-"' ,' v. - ,-, - :y 'J & Rbt. 1ft: V B W5T.1 '" '. ' MU.. . . - PiQUi'M' ., -. VI ' . - ?Ht I :,K k: Rif Summer Drugs Each season brings special demand jn the drug line; and Whatever the Demand is, WE MEET IT! We have remedies for all summer ills, Cures for all summer hurts, killers for all summer insects, and protection for all summer complexions. The Leathern Drug Company (DRUGS OF QUALITY) BARRETT, TEXAS LOCAL NEWS. Chas. Adams of Lake Victor Waa here this week. Prof. E, L. Bryant was a bus- iness visitor in Temple Monday. Miss Dora Gibson of Crowley, La., is a guest of Mesdames H. Heide and- R. F. Cates. Wood For Sale Four foot and stove wood, all dry, See Elmer McCoy, Mrs. A. Wagner is reported to be quite sick. D. Zweig made a business trip to Santa Anna Monday, Mrs.Wm. Hruska of Lagrange is here on a visit to her sister, f Mrs....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 6 August 1915

feil i ? r 1 1 r i '': , , BIG K ' HELP FOR RED CROSS r IFolfowing is a list of those oscontributed to the German y fund by buying the Keel 6sb rings: lolpH WDke ; $1.00 tfjtfaitsch 1.00 ITZ A. Beyer, 1.50 f& Zettel i.iw fI;F. Lindemann 1.00 '"& B. Lindemann 1.00 j"E. M,,Steglich ..,.. 1.00 fri.,E..M. Steglich 1.00 ; to iJJCKermann i.w -.ELHaase 1.00 K2;A. Krause 1.00 125 JH. A., Briehan l.UU uCJi E. Pietsch.; 1.00 vTtt; Voight, Sr ,. 1.00 ff :S,-AVLange ...,, .. 1.00 e' . TT A T ' 1 rrt li ;D.i tu jjuiiko J.uu f&'HiP: Lange 1.00 &. ...n "T .inrtomnnn 1.00 'iSi G?Voigt 1.00 Vi t. Rfnim 1.00 R?G; "Frlearich " 1.00 ifeO- A. Lindemann 1.00 rmrs u. a., juinuumuuu jl.uu -W,- L. Stabeno l.OOj Saturday. A large Mtf&fi.-Gi Ramsaier 1.00 people vote against V" ,-V' - m' SBraun.&' Zander 1.00 fcS."T; Them Sehnwe 1.00 wt . - Koiir.iinorpi. i.ihi rA . : r" n ?L.Ed' Flick 1.00 tyvTi t ri.: i, i nn h'Sfi '" ' liacuicBvuc x.uu i&ft?' SVi CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION A cons...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 6 August 1915

rep, ;r i7 l i,'vr J- -; i1,'S v' 1 ;7wtSr C ;yu it'iP ' if ',, f -j' .rf-" 1 ! . W.-. (I ' u u g.',V . ctaj -r .r X Wl ,1 &. r, . t BHSfSS w U'-a there Are As Good Fish In the Sea As Were Ever Caught NATIOAL DEFENSE AROUSES WOMEN a But you have to know where to go for them. Same may be with lumber. In spite of the hard times, good lumber can be had at the right. places. This is .one of them and you will find it much to your advantage to give us your next order. You'll know why after you have used the lumber. MUTUAL LUMBER Home Builders GU The Tribune And News FRIDAY. AUG. 6. 1915 The churches invite you. There.is a whole bunch of idle boys in Bartlett who would add lustre to the vagrant gang on the county roads. The, first of August has passed without the murder ot a single Bartlett bill collector. While we .lost our money, we saved our lives, praise Jehovah. In these days of sublime hypo- ,, ,crisy if you innocently tell a man Zi: the absolute truth, he will at once circulate ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 6 August 1915

ri .wrs:. Pjg? r'A jr 4 1 (V f ' ,;tf .i - .- jimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm twmmmmmmmmmmmmmtmmmm (Texas Duck from Texas Cotton a fcTt - Ti ap. & Vl Xo v w r-f-i RV p ft ,? K n, M tw Have just received onr Duck and having; our sacks made at home, they are like mother used to makeNo factory made sacks for us We have plenty of Duck , Best 8 ounce at ioc. Our Grocery Department gets a little larger all the time. Come here for new clean fresh Groceries"Of Course we sell'em for just less," for the cash only. Walton SILOS We would like to tell you about our Silo. We can show you one in use. No hoops to get loose and therefore can not buckle and come apart. A splendid Silo and a price that is right. FAIRCHILD LUMBER CO. D. D. PAIRCHILD, JR., Manager LOCAL and PERSONAL The Romance of Elaine at the Crescent every Tuesday. vMrs. Veta Davis and daugh- ter are visjting relatives at Hol- land this week. A. Schwertner was here from Schwertner Wednesday and left with the Tribune ...

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

H' l-w;i w. &' iMi 4rn $ H,'3-Jr V r- " m- The Tribune And News me FRIDAY. AUG. 5. 1915 Bring your cotton to Bartlett t have it ginned. We have the best gins and the best men in Texas are running them. If the modern girl is not tan- going or joy riding, don't be- come deluded with the idea that she is helping mamma wash the dishes. The public highways of this county are not built for a fav- ored few. By remembering this a few automobile drivers may save trouble. The town of Bartlett is over- run with a bunch of people who scoff at those who worship at any other altar than theirs, yet they haye the immaculate nerve to call themselves Christians. "' .w. -. Baron Rothchild, the multi- millionaire's a German prisoner, and the Teutons are putting him through such paces as ploughing, digging post holes and carrying timber. A few years of this kind of labor will make a man out of any old millionaire. ?: it -.Hi Many friends of H. B. Savage of Belton, now a member of the 34th legislatur...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 6 August 1915

A Ri.ii 'WEwrwwTfcir V'n" JH- - f TW(i('JarT fV W 1 ""Wyi fc,lp ' t T r w r' uS R - tot Tl-W Mr Br1-' ar. 8- rs I.OSU- t,.:. ii-?: - ey. , && i? y& .. ;." WR- . li'-! i'i' " IK T We I'tft 4 Y 5& ion. SADLY HURT , IN ACCIDENT When Koger Puckett a young -man and an emnlove of the fcV -. w. r,...1 .-.- o rrewitc naraware ou., uraiiKM, vj -Witn a companion, was unying to this ciy today upon his motor- w cycle, in somo manner me inu- chino struck a farmer's wagon ffijjknd the young men weretnrown . Oil JruCKOttr sustaining aunuua "injuries. He was conveyed to 'the City1 Hospital at Taylor and is in a very critical condition. "He is suffering from a broken nose, concussion of the brain rVand contusions and abrasions of the body and limbs. It is apparent from the severe .'in-intno nf Hi to vrmnfY Minn fhnh ?, ;tliJUi..0 VJ. W..U JVM.J, vjv Fifi. tVin mntnrm'rOp wnu f rnvplinir at b." -v-- " v-.-..-o saigooa rate or speeu WJipn tne collision occurred. Because of Yi. J?--.. x...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 6 August 1915

iLjjr jLeLi Qdju Mdto m ? ra m- &.', V .i. J8& -i ' Ginning I am now ready to take care of all cotton brougnt to me for ginning.. I have added complete new ma- chinery, and an improved cleaner which is a recent patent. I have aight gin stands and am completely prepared for prompt and efficient service. A. Schwertner Schwertner Texas , First Methodist Church t Sunday School at 10 a. m. i Morning worship at 11 o'clock -, .Prayer meeting Wednesday at ..8:15 p. m. 4 M night we worship at the 'Tabernacle Union services. - , J. B, Berry, Pastor. First Baptist Church f. h Bible School at 10 a. m. Subject of morning discourse: (' ''Associational Missions." Sunbeam Band. 3:30 p. m. , Union worship at the Taber- - nacle at 8:15 p. m. Bro. Gribble 'i will preach, Prayer meeting Wednesday at , ;8: 30 p. m. ial welcome to all. J. C. Rhodes, Pastor. ibyterian Church ,-.t Sunday School at 10 o'clock a. ,ra. All members are urged to attend and keep up our record . for the summer. Weneed twe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 13 August 1915

wmm&ts witeitje vA-.e.p'iv - wamm.im' - "rirvr i J c 1j ,4T ' AND NEWS : M ft: EL If. CATES, Editor and Proprietor BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDAY. AUG. 13. 1915. $1.00 Per Year. VOL. XXX. NO. 9 a .PUBLIC FOUNTAIN AGAIN ABLE TO ft F BUY IT IN TEXAS MOVEMENT GAINS Austin, Aug. 10 Commission- er of Labor Woodman, who re- cently returned from a trip over w &.. u E- J. hL 5'ii, m: a HAS BEEN ORDERED f Whatever may be said against the nroereasiveness or enter prise of the business clement of. Bartlett, no human can criticize the efforts of the ladies to beau- tify and improve the town. At a'recenfc meeting of the mem- bers of the local branch of the Women's Christian Temperance Union it was unanimously voted . to provide Bartlett with a mod- ern drinking fountain, and a committee was appointed to se- lect a design and a suitable ; location. t..On Tuesday the order was -placed for a modern fountain, xwhich will be eight feet high ntf surmounted by a huge elec- tric .glo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 13 August 1915

' 'MV1 "7PFJrt$;ir,w -sp O H '" m Rfl The Tribune And News FRIDAY, AUG. 13, 1915 Muzzle your dogs, This is the time of the year. Now that the Russians have captured Warsew, we beg to ask what are they going to do with it in the days to come. Br Jany men win kick over tne price of bacon and meal and the eet of milady's lingerie, but never utter a grunt over the cost of gasoline or automobile re- pairs. 'One trouble with "robes of t, righteousness" is that in many iCases they seem to be too thin and gosamer-like for anything exeept summer wear, remarks , the Estelline News. We are now entering upon a new era of increased prosperity ' in Bartlett, and there are open- ings here for various business concerns, factories, etc., for fho3e who have capital to invest. The Salado Baptist association meets with the Killeen Baptist church, beginning on Tuesday. the 17th inst., and continuing tTirnnch the week. A larpfl &jt : : . .. . ; number or visitors are expected and all the people are i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 13 August 1915

t$F wr?WJr 'W - u L" n THE $1,000,000 SENT PRESIDENT THREATEN LETTER ROGERS OFFICER SG RURAL SCHOOL FUND CLAIMS REWARD 'mu. -gjwj iu L.'w'a'mm. ijm iSSKlllii "V fc & fe" ."' n J GAME LAWS ARECHANGED F. L. Toepperwein returned Sunday from Austin where, he went for a conference with the State Game Warden on the jrame laws and other regulations, which, b e cause o f repeated changes by the Legislature, have become quite confused. Robert Goofellow. Chief Dep uty Warden, told Mr. Topper wein that hunting enthusiasts should know the following sea- eons on game 'in Texas: Doves, the months of September to Feb- ruary. , inclusive; quail, Decem- ber and January; turkey, Dec- ember, January and Febuary! deer, November and December; "duck, October 15 to and inclu- ding Febuary 15. It was stated that the rattling of horns in deer hunting was forbidden by recent statutes, as was also the use of headlights or other strong illumination. The bag limit on all birds. ducks, doves and quail is fix...

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