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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 27 August 1915

fAara'OTWT'v -ftp tI" fco rtv. ' o ;r y 'TOi Bvdar i d i). a "IT OAN BE DOttE." (Author Unknown.) Somebody snld that it couldn't bo done, But he, with a chuckle, replied, That "Mnybo it couldn't," but ho wouldn't bo one Who would sny so 'till he'd tried. So he buckled right in with the trace of a grin On his face. If ho worried, he hid it. Ho started to sing as he tackled the thing That couldn't bo done, and ho did it. Somebody scoffed: "Oh! you'll never do that At least no one ever has done it." But ho took off his coat, and took off his hat And tho first thing wc knew he'd begun it. With tho lift of his chin, an da bit of a grin, Without any doubting or quiddit; Ho started to sing, as ho tackled tho thing That couldu't be done, and he did it. There arc thousands to tell you it couldn't be done, There aro thousands to prophesy failure; There aro thousands to point out to you one by one Tho dangers that wait to assail you. But just buckle in with a bit of a grin, Then take off your ...

Publication Title: Bartlett Tribune And News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 3 September 1915

ItefMJ je AND NEWS R. F. CATES, Editor and Proprietor BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPT. 3. 1915. $1.00 Per Year. VOL. XXX. NO. 32 m IfcP's. Ji v & a GRANGER BOY, HEIR TO FORTUNE MISSING Heir to a fortune of more than a quarter million dollars, Willie McCreary of Granger has dis- appeared and officers in Central and Southwest Texas have been notified to look out for him and induce him to return hrme. It is the belief of Granger people that the youth, fired by stories of recent happenings on the border, has run away to to join the State Ranger force. Believing that young McCreary might have come to Austin to join the Rangers, Constable McLaughlin of Granger came here Monday to look for him. The youth, however was rot found and it is thought he has gone further south. According to the information r given Sheriff George S. Matth- ' ews, young McCreary and a com- panion are believed to have left Granger in an automobile with a small supply of money and car- rying a fi...

Publication Title: Bartlett Tribune And News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 3 September 1915

"" i is ? The Tribune And News u FRIDAY. SEPT.. 3, 1915 A poor man's maxim: "As we jitney through life, let us ( live by the way." We haven't Riven up all hopes for a new hotel building, but we are Koinj? to mention the fact occasionally that one is badly needed in Bartlett. They are wearing the skirts so short that some of the Corn Feds should be compelled to carry a horse blanket and tuck it around their knees when they sit down in a public place Luke McLuke. The following from the Thrall Gusher is respectfully referred to our good friend, Savage of the Belton Evening News "It is said that the Peach Orchard is due to come back on the scene.' The Ginner's sample law, what good does it do? About a pound of cotton is taken at the gin for samples. This is a loss to the f nrmer.. 25 cents Der Ibalo is charged for wrapping these two samples. An extra cost to the farmer of from 30 to 35 cents ner bale, a loss of time to the ginner. The value. The far- mer brings his cotton on the atretst...

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

f-wi? iMfeawS&&M w.s f5T"T?OTw,l) TG V7 FftyqsvqgWp 3W SSH to & . !'. feftC :V l 0 if BELL COUNTY GRAND . JURY DISMISSED Belton, Aug. 31-Thuraday af- ternoon the grand jury filed with the district court its finBl report for the June term of the court and was formly dismissed, The following report shows the bills returned and the re- commendations made: Belton, Tex Aug. 27, 1915. To the Honorable District Court of the Twenty-seventh Judi- cal District! We, your grand jury of tho June term, beg to make the fol- lowing report: We have returned 4G in- dictments for felony and 31 mis- demeanors. We have investi- gated all law violations bought tJ our attention with tho above result, We have visited the jail and find it in as good and sanitary condition as could be expected for an institution of this nature. However, wo wish to recom- mend the installation of a private instead of a public bath and also seperate quarters for the delin- quent boys as we doubt the wis- dom of kee...

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

Po w? The Tribune And News FRIDAY, SEPT., 8, 1915 Don't gossip; it's a game that two can play at. The Ham-Ramsey meeting is now on in full blast at Temple, the attendance reaching 3,000 and 4,000 daily. Never in the history of this section has there been as much sorghum molases consumed by tho rich and poor, the high and low, It's mighty good "soppin." Governor Ferguson has issued a proclamation designating Mon- day, Sept. G, as Labor Day. The Governor will be in Dallas on Labor Day to deliver an address. Remember that school opens September 13. Start your child- ren on the first day, and con- tinue to send them to school every day during the term. You might attend, occasionally, dear patron, and see how things are going. Try it. j With cotton ranging about the ten cent mark and seed soaring, we cannot see any cauae for alarB by those who have any of staple to sell. Come to Bart end get your money's worth t!ay in the week. O 1?imi. fnanna ! tUtr. .n.t!.. .uvcij luiuici jw una aeuuuu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 3 September 1915

i'fc to " ft-, fr I" Ifir 3. C Cotton Pick Listen ! "T We have twice as many Sacks as we should have and must sell them, if you want one, come to see us. Any length you want. ,,,, on Company STORM NOTICE We have everything in stock with which to fix up all the damages you sustained. FOR ROOFS., Cypress Shingles Paloid Roofing Arco Sealit Galvernized Iron GLASS FOR... Cut to any size square or round Windows Doors Skylights Transoms Pictures FOR FLUES. Brick Lime Cement Sand FOR FENCES... Cedar Posts 1x4, 1x6 & 2x4 Pickets Barbed Wire Nails Also Lumber. We have a complete stock of Var- nishes, floor Wax, Bath Tub and Bed Ennmels. Lause Paints, Oils and Varnishes. FAIRCHILD LUMBER CO. D. D. FAIRCHILD, JR., Manager. Phone No. 3. LOCALand PERSONAL Church services Sunday, Don't forget that school opens Sept, 13. Are you ready? To Our Farmer Friends! We are better prepared than ever to supply your wants. Send your hands to us. Gersbach-Wacker. T. W. Talbot returned home this week from ...

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

4 w?t & H V. Kd iK S1" fcf, 1M a 8 j p,. (,!" fev-? September is a fine month for sight seeing. It is cool and pleasant now in the northern cities; there is a diversity of things to do and see theatres are open, shops most attractive, the public parks at their best. Why not spend two or three weeks in New York, Chicago, St. Louis or Kansas City? The price of a round trip ticket is nominal and you can suit your purse by the distance you travel. If you do go take a through "Koly" sleeper from your homo town to St Louis, Kansas City or Chicago. Buy to-day Tho Kntywny. Ask ycur nearest agent about tho fares, or write A. J. Freeman, Ticket Agent, Bartlett, Texas LOCAL NEWS. H. M. McAdamsof Saladowaa a Bartlett visitor Saturday. Misa Amanda Krueger has re- turned from Corpus Christi where she has enjoyed a month's vacation. Jenkins & Son are paying the highest market price for" hogs. See them in Bartlett. Pete Turner visited frienda in Taylor Sunday, . Mrs. Edna Shaver McCabe of T...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 3 September 1915

Ktf, y-;y. ir- '4 BK. ". m .. te-' id p S r SODA WATER n We, are still making it as good as we 'did before. Our business is getting better every day, the reason for that is the oublic is finding out that we do just what we say we are doing, there is nothing better than a good bottle of Soda Water if its put up the right way, we use every effort to put Mit up as good as can be had anywhere. Soda Water is a food as well as a drink. Our plant is sanitary in every respect. Call phone number 46 and let us send you a case of assorted flavors. LOANS ON COTTON IN URGENT DEMAND THE BARTLETT BOTTLING WORKS BRAUN & ZANDERS, Proprietors. PHONE 146. DOVE SEASON OPENED WEDNESDAY The amendment to the game laws aa passed by the recent session, of the Legislature super- cedes and repeals the old lav, according to an opinion by the Attorney General's Department to the Game. Fish and Oyster Commission. This means that only three wild turkeys can be killed during the season, as has been held by Com...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 3 September 1915

FW?X$ Tjr'V. pl'T &. X u u fti- er- .J l-'. f' ''4 s it! , M rtf- ?! : 6r , . fos Rrt '. k, : vj, o IS. ' o Ml. ' KV ftl Y. W. A. Organized. The Women's Missionary So- ciety of the Baptist church wbb entertained by Mesdames Condra and Stokes at the homo of the former Tuesday afternoon of .last week. Miss Rowlett, of Rockdale, district organizer of . "the Y. W. A,, was present and rpiuje quite an Interesting talk relative to the Auxilliary work, which resulted in an organiza- tion for Bartlett with the follow- ing officers: Mrs. J. TU. Condra, counsellor; Mrs. D. Bartlett, president; Miss Maggie Overby, vice-president; Mrs. Davis, treasurer; Miss Cor- inne Smith, secretary. After the election refresh- ments were served by the hos- tess to the'attendants. Opens September 6 I am having an extra room built and will do better work this year. Send me your little ones at the beginning of term. ll-2t Sara Laughlin. To Our Friends And Customers On Monday September 6, we will close our fa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 10 September 1915

BW W V; ' 'v&tXlttt AND. NEWS r. ii 6e ki- u rf'1 R.F. CATES, Editor and Proprietor BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY. SEPT. 10. 1915. $1.00 Per Year. VOL. XXX. NO. 18- Si , 1"B rlL. MILLINERY OPENING AND DISPLAY OF CORRECT STYLES OF SUITS, COATS, SHOES DRESS GOODS AND TRIMMINGS The newest smartest and most fetching creations in Autumn Millinery will be displayed for your inspection and approval. THE MODELS have that personal touch of refine- ment which makes each hat decidedly different and assures you an exclusiveness of which you may well be proud. While the prices are fixed and very reasonable and you are at liberty to choose your hat, we will not urge you to buy. Just come to look. Thursday, Sept. 16 Our Fall Opening is an event every woman should look forward to as an invaluable opportunity to acquaint herself with the definite trend of fashion. Every woman in this vicinity should visit this store on opening day. A visit will fully repay you for we have made exten...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 10 September 1915

IXllMBBW SB i ' '.., if." ;T-- && p kwm? - T The tribune And News FRIDAY, SEPT.. 10, 1915 -Clean your yards. If you can- not clean both the front and back, by all means take care of the latter. The- Trioune is in receipt of the, Hillsboro Mirror, edited by our old friend. E. G. Wedemeyer formerly of Belton, than whom there is not o finer man (he is married) in Texas. The Mirror is one of the best papers in the state, too. Editor Sam P. Harben of the .Richardson Echo, "has went a fishing" and says he caught "ten perch," after which he got ex- cited and went after whale, al- ligators or anything else, when he caugnt 15 more perch. Sam is a good fisherman, becauie he tells the whole truth, about his catch. A national bank at Jefferson is advertising to loan money to farmers sn cotton unincumbered und properly warehoused at the rate of 6 per cent per annum. Arrangements have been made in Houston to make loans, of three-fourths . of the value of cotton at 6 per cent interest. It ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 10 September 1915

-,,- -'-jt.jt' j.-T'.; ' - ' CiA ,.V5"- ' ' "S " . '..iffiJSW. 'T S-Wl "!. ,3iiTOVM.V jTv . v' j.fl u WWJTOb S'W w : a It Ve nn-. fcri'v ' ,;- 'Br- " " " - - ... .. .1 I I !... 0,7817 M REPORT OF THE CONDITION of the Bartlett Kational Bank at Bartlett, in the State of Texas, at the close of business Sept 2, 1915, RESOURCES Leans and Discounts $166,640.11 nin Total loans $166,640.11 U. S. bonds deposited to secure cir 70,000 00 Total US bonds...'... ' - 70.000,00 Sub to stock Fed Res Bk.. 6,900.00 Less amount unpaid 3,450,00 3,450.00 3.450.00 Value of B'k'g house (if unencumbered) 10,000.00 Equity in Bankinp; House Furniture and Fixtures 3,900.00 Other real estate owned 700.00 Due from Federal Reserve bank 2,857.32 Due from ap. reserve ap:ts N. Y, Chicago and St Louis 697.11 Due from ap. reserve a'gts other cities.. .6, 765.24 7,462.35 Due from banks and bankers 5,759.86 Checks on banks, city as reporting bank Outside checks and other csh items... 314.32 Fractional currency, nickels ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 10 September 1915

z&P re a U u 0 il IMilllm.li ! rrin IMil1MmidMmii NOW GOING ON IN FULL BLAST 'yi v.t-'ni ijn "1 ;- 14 ti i 1 Biggest Thing Ever Pulled Off In Barllett su -iV Srff vr 4$ E?"1 6, M j Wh $25,000 Worth Furniture to b of e Hardware and lauehtered BIGM INGSALE Our entire stock of Hardware, Implements & Furniture, Harness, Saddles, Buggies, Wagons & Stoves, Crockery, Guns & Bicycles, Cuttlery Enamelware, Chinaware, & all Shelf Goods goes on sale, nothing reserved. Below we mention a few of the many bargains that will be found here during this sale. Kitchen furniture $32.50 Kitchen Cabinet, during this sale, at.. $25.00 Book Case, a beautiful design during this sale, at $18.50 Book Case, a good substantial " case, during this sale $32.50 China Closet, a beautiful design, this sale, only $16.00 China Closet, cannot be beat any where in the State, only $22.50 18.00 . 9.00 . 20.00 ... 9.00 STOVES $50.00 Bridge & Beach Range, the best made, only $65.00 Coles Hot Blast, v...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 10 September 1915

ttffl t f i. - fcV V fir k ev & - -fe: 3' - ihE. AGAINST NEW LAW , FOR GINNING Col. Howard Bland, legislator from Williamson county, in com- menting upon the new panning regulations recently, said that the impression had been given out that the bill was the work of the last legislature "Much to my surprise," said Col. Bland, "I have teamed that a great many people of this com munity are under the impression that the drastic ginners bill, which is now in effect, was passed by the the Thirty-fourth Legislature, of which I was a member, and I feel it my duty to take this method of correcting tuis erroneous impression. "This bill was passed by the Thirty-third Legislature under Colciuitt's administration, and I as well as other membeis of the Thirty-fourth Legislature, are greatly opposed to this bill, rnd if this bill is ever brought before the legislature to be repealed I promise to use my best efforts to this end. I think that this bill is one of the most drastic bills that was e...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 10 September 1915

,v , 4, ,- .V J o $ Si ' . he Tribune And News Friday. sept.. 10,1915 &J SeU 'worship may be no less de- priding than idol worship. The attention of the public is directed to the article on another page concerning the orRiinization rf a Building and Loan Associa- tion in Bartlett, which we hope will snon be effected. The en terprise will bo composed of lo cal ppople and means much to- ward the growth of Bartlett. District Court Adjourns Men seeking for places for Pswn?cq tney nave no iiiness imyu filled the world with failures. Many, of us have high purpos- es lhat never amount to any- thing. Because we never live on to them. The cotton receipts up-to-date that have been received in Bart- lett this season are, 3,078 bales, lrevailinjar price 9:75. Since the city council has em- ployed a night policeman the in- surance key rate has been re- duced 5 cents. Good move all around. October 4 promises to be one of the greatest days in the his- tory of Bell county opening of the Bell Co...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 10 September 1915

T t ' ,p FJS ;i - ,'fa $J.- 4ri w if &. V --, & f , iWo lW; " ? t &j WE DESIRE TO ANNOUNCE THAT ON September 16th a Second Showing of Exclusive Trimmed Pattern Hats such as Fisk, King Bee and Elzee. A cordial invita- tion is extended to view these beautiful creations. Mrs; C. P. Hawkins Millinery Shop IN WALTON'S LOCALand PERSONAL Mr. and Mrs. Joe Knight ac- companied by Miss Mary Mnore were Temple visitors Tuesday, Dont forget to give Nowotny a part of your trade; he will treat you right. Messrs C. M. Blair and A. Duncan were Georgetown visit- ors Tuesday, Irish Potatoes, 35c peck. SI 35 per bushel. We accept only the very best stock from shippers, The Gersbach-Wacker Co. Rev. and Mrs. McCarty, ac- - companied by Mrs. W. T, Cox. ' p Mrs. N. Webster rnd Miss Mae Lynn Cox were the guests of friends in Hutto Tuesday. Wheat Brand. $1,60 per 100-lb. sack, at The Gersback-Wacker Company. Misses Sarah and Emma Laugh -lin have returned from an ex- tended visit to relatives in S...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 10 September 1915

"is 3 feu V. Ii MS L7V K fflu tS f September is a fine month for sight seeing. It is cool and pleasant .now in the northern cities; there is a diversity of things to do and see theatres are open, shops most attractive, the public parks at their best. Why not spend two or three weeks in New York, Chicago, St, Louis or Kansas City? The price of a round trip ticket is nominal and you can suit your purse by the distance you travel. If you do go tako a through "Knty" sleeper from your homo town to St. Louis, Kansas City or Chicago. Buy to-day The Katyyrny. Ask your nearest agent about the fares, or write J. Freeman, Ticket Agent, Bartlett, Texas LOCAL NEWS. Subscribe for the Tribune. ' Mr. W. W. Walton made a business trip to Corpus Christi .this week. The Romance of Elaine at the .Crescent every Tuesday. Mrs. E. Ford of Coupland was ,this week the guest of her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs, R. F. Coup- land, FOR SALE At a bargain, our meat market McKenzie Bros. Bartlett. B. Waechter of Austin ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 10 September 1915

-w.w- . ' l(- (' Ill' y ftj , k1 ,. v Blffl !, ;; . School Opens September 13th atid ag?in we will handle all the text will be used, together with pens, pencils, tablets and all the necessities that are required in the School Room. All School Books will be sold "Strictly for CASH. COME TO SEE US. The Leatherman Drug Company (DRUGS OF QUALITY) BARTLETT, TEXAS iriexas Second In Corpora tion and Income Taxes Collected, Washington, August 27. Tex- ;, .stands second among tne It Southern States in the total cor poration and income tax collect- f -fid by.the treasury department, According to a final statement is- LVsued today. Internal Revenue -Collector Walker collected from ',Texas citizens and corporations ifTa total of $622,646 and of this IX- the individual income tax was $425,631. The only Southern . 1 I 1 2 ,( giuwuiUKiug a mrKr auuwiiiK ia -Missouri. " The aggregate internal revenue 4ax., collected in Texas for the .fiscal year is $2, 841, 3 36. Unlawful To Hunt of Kill Robins Was...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 10 September 1915

.! Yn :? VI fe-'1 W && m: "tl O i: BARTLEnWILLBE REPRESENTED The outlook now for Bartlett to be represented at the Bell ounty Fair, October 4th to 9th, inclusive, is encouraging, because n the ladies are in charge ot this part of the protrram. On last Friday, Mrs. Hutchin- son of Temple, chairman of the Women's Building, and Mrs. Meyer of Troy, were here in the ' Interest of the Women's exhibit of the fair, and with the assist- ance of Mrs. W. W. Walton, they succeeded in perfecting an organization which we trust will be the means of out little city and vicinity being thoroughly represented in the Women's de- partment. Following are the committees selected for the various depart- ments: Art Department Mrs. L. E. .Bartlett, Chairman; Mesdamcs John Lawrence, E. L. Hardin, T P. Robinson, Auto and Vehicle Parade Mrs Tom Talbot, chairman; Mesdames Joe Knight, Ohaudoin, Miss La Vwitt Cfttw. " i Culinary DepartmetMrs-It L. Brown, chairman; 'Mesdames J. E. Dlllard, Jim Knight, Geo. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 17 September 1915

'" j kJAW41' I -BarWw'' i i&" ' U AND NEWS fLF. CATES, Editor and Proprietor BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDAY. SEPT. 17. L915. $1.00 Per Year. VOL. XXX. NO. i:. : JJ2B sto k ? m BinrirTTUinu dhhiixm mun SCHOOL OPENS u The Bartlett High School open- ed last Monday for its session of 115-16, under very bright pros- pects. The. opening exercises were held in the First Methodist Church, and a large number of patrons and former students were present. On the Rostrum i was the faculty, board of trus- tees, and the ministers of the town. After a brief, but most ap- propriate and appreciated talk by Prof. E. L. Bryant, the superin- tendent; the song "America" 0 was sung by the audience, fol- lowed by the invocation by Rev, Homer McCarty, pastor of "the Central Christian Church, which composed the devotional ,exercises of the morning. After a song by the audience, Dr. J. 'C- Hardy, president of Baylor College, delivered an address on "Education as a Factor in Build- ing the Comm...

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