ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Bartlett Tribune And News, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 23,427 items from Bartlett Tribune And News, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
23,427 results
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 21 January 1916

r ! WTO(T',lV'ii'd iwi ?s 'f' sL i tf.rf'' a .,-' ..' w ,v .. ;Av, -.. -. i '. Vf ' aLJiiJi!MtA feiH" -n- e QvtStlons Answered. ' h "- -i. -" i !!. COAL Offti The Kind That Burns V..V-M ll ii4 i I The Fairchild Limito Co. M- - X , D. f AIRCHILD, Jr., Mgr. ; t; ;; m The Tribune . ,'4 vAnd News tRIDAi JAN. 21. 1916 jkforget -to get that poll j. rp Oflly 345 days remain, so do early. pour leap year "-.,,:., i yuypiUK Whri' soap was first invented ittfobably there were lots of old- timers who said it was a fake. Our, idea of a busy woman is one who works for her church whenever, she isn't praying for her husband. Connally a prominent Marlin, has an- cfor Congreos from the Eleventh District, to succeed R. L, Henry. Teamwork is he thing that eountein city building. Bartlett i doing, well and 'with a little ,' T"t atotoir: of r J-'i, i',?,-. .'TiT-,1fc f 1 ,?, more tf MM. 'unity, of action and pur- we would do better still. m 4WD If! aim neip mc team wum. I t 1 t--1 i1 1... !. , R , . , . ...

Publication Title: Bartlett Tribune And News, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 21 January 1916

r , ' i ". ; . :..;k. J i r MUMBMMiaaMnMiU Lg'jJ'jjj njj" ' vr ; , ' ' jVk A H-"-1 Al 'PK H" " B H : - ! HlLfl Hi! ' " lH H Hi Iff H V H H H A vrrTTTr. HPr 1HI vH Hl IPr 1HI H VH jma tflf HH , HHV HBBl HHHM Hft V H 1 A Hv H B B ! HT A. V V ' 'I V A KHaMHa V K v IV W HHIHI HHHH HI S . . U ;: "f - . ; tr w W ' IIP ' i -V II t , kr; ' II .Mm ,. - X 'l.Vr V ." ! - . c '. , .,! V , ' ;.v.f It V f l t 1 t ! ft 1i fc'.ft ', a n Is I - f 'J Of High Priced Slaughtering t AT "t,t 7'" SCHWERTNER, TEXA ANOTHER BIG SALE IS ON fHw JANUARY 9t 1916 The entire stock r KILLo Don't miss this s of W. 0 e sooner y'&u atejowsky call the better is on sale at COST ains you will get. bar lelt means a great saving to you. R rapt PRICES BELOW , WORK SHOS Work Shoes $4.00 grade at $2.75 Work Shoes $4,00 grade at $3.00 Work Shoes $3.50 grade at $2.50 Work Shoes $2. 7 grade at $2.00 Work Shoes $2.50 grade at $i.t;0 Work Shoes $2.50 grade at $1.50 MEN'S DRESS SHOES Men's Dress Shoos $5.00 grade at $3.50 Men's...

Publication Title: Bartlett Tribune And News, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 21 January 1916

fcf .: r Hf f- 7 A L ft. " j-', TP- lillndl I infll ! ,1m 11 i ,i I HliC imm niii,wmp " "r"jV Tribune And News BV" '.'. J. IMWff A -T A . &4 n4 m lUfJIWAI, JAIN, aa., lyio .' V " Taylor! 1 Good ! out the way. 'comfn'! Good morning, bye. Grangerl Holland! Bart- t --n-, prediction, "not a threat: Wn tbe next twelve months ttett will have a commodious They are after us. ' you. fail to pay your poll tax lore February 1, you cannot in any of the important tkms to be held this year, your taxes. ftb your trading in Bartlett la "year. No town in Texas offers better inducements We have tbe goods wet aud dry, staple and fancy. Let there be no factionalism i?Bartlett Let us lay aside all Hjudicee, if, any exist, and 3T a bigger, better Bart- Jkrea'fcer volume of busi- id general prosperity of JxIt'l- - cuuntry. rj&, land of progress. Old MM' methods are dvinc atanapatters of all sorts has one foot in the grave, everywhere tiiere is insurgency, the strivings of young life, discontent wi...

Publication Title: Bartlett Tribune And News, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 21 January 1916

xjj.wwiii iimiii ii mil ii ii in ii ) in t 'rr ' ' ' - - ' . - . ,.. . .... .... - - - ., . . .- f . , . . . n namm mi mmm I,.. i 'i --- ...... "" " .-.. - ' .,.,..,..,, I i. i i I .11 i t. , i i i i ..,.., , - , -..ii. ., ., . nw ill ilii i mu Mimn, in. i m., mii.ii.Ljn. mK " j. i i " in .i iii i, .u JLJinjIiiiiMliilii , J. wdH ziS!!!z....... -i - . "iiniMinSjB ROChkASPHALT u $ t PAVING 4 h J ! V 'vV 1 M N . Nt UVALDE to I ANNOUNCEMENTS .!V 4 i, The Tribune is authorized to make' the following announce- ments, subject to the action of le Democratic primary, Juiy 2d, 1916. 'i . BELL COUNTY Vnr Pmtntv Plorlf I TttTr'H TTATJRTQ County Attorney EDMUND HEINSOHN . HULING P. ROBERTSON, Jr., For Commissioner Beat 2: ,Z'. W.l NANCE "V DUNCAN 0. McLEAN CITY,ofBARTLETT For Collector-Assessor and Secretary: OSCAR BOLDING J. DODT LOCAL NEWS. Jacob Issac made a business trip to Taylor yesterday 0 The "Diamond irom the Sky", every Friday night. t Joe Lindsev of Granger was here'yesterday on busin...

Publication Title: Bartlett Tribune And News, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 21 January 1916

r1 , si t- K-r IV.'-IK .J SflF'K' jiitr ! 'J j acre !fte tr w. 'A' ""aaaal fv" j ft KA1 mo ;. ,-. i TJgilet Preparations Domestic and Imported 6ur superb stock will supply the best We carry EVERYTHING In the line of ToHet Requisite that are up-to-date and worthy, thechiefest American and Im- portcd Toilet Preparations can always be found ut our store. $.. Creams, Lotions, Hanicure ' . Specialties, Etc. ! H4 I'taawer Prices, consistent ibid here. jCeatherman Dmg Company '" Bartlett, Texas HJDGAL GOSSIP Joe Knieht has purchased kJvaihe, Bartlett Garage a new 1 goW. flE. Scales made a business i 4 n Rnlton thia week. ,,s ' Ed. Heinsohn was in George- town this week attending court. They will clean and press your "clothes at F. J. Pavel's Tailor Shop, while the other fellow , practices on them. ' T; W. Talbot and John Blair wire in Georgetown on court duties. v wap iJiuiuueio imyc uau uicn xtMHtiKHn ln..A kn1 4-1.11M ffHainR'' in Bartlett during the ' ;pht cold spell. ' t)n account, of ...

Publication Title: Bartlett Tribune And News, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 21 January 1916

PS?,7 9?,fT. V , .' '. ' ' vv, ,f;i. !' ti. , .! , fr 1 A ,1 ' fcV reparecmess )S THE U.sS. PREPARED FOR WAR? -that is a NATIONAL question for CONGRESS to settle. ARE V6U PREPARED TO VOIE IN 1916? that' is a PERSONAL question no one can settle but YQU. Prepare yourself by the payment of a 7 poll-tax before january 31s. Thorndale Physician Is Dead of Appoplexy J5 THorndale, Texas, Jan. 16 Dr. ' I JL. . .fo :Ii. H. Harvey dica at ma nome in this city at 500 o'clock this morning from apoplexy of the brain.1' He was stricken at 11:00 o'clock, last nijtht. Decedent was about 35 years of age and came to Thorndale four weeks asro from Council Grove, Kas. It- He is survited by his wife and two small Bona, aged 8 and 3 years, and a brother Dr. Louis S. Haryey of San Antonio. The body was sent this after- noon to Council Grove, Kan. for burial Children Bitten By Mad Dog ' Belton, Jan. 14 A dog believ- ed to be mad, was killed in the Summer's Mill neighborhood, a few days ago, and its head sen...

Publication Title: Bartlett Tribune And News, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 21 January 1916

- &, S l , PJ&U-iii Mini ii i n i i!u titin immmmJ ' uPr HSk lz SHt arfl JMl.) i K.Jm II II lkAP 'Jln heat ooba kiktomm .vel mww. c-1 ; Biyff-ffiaMjih-a ,5a AnMh uy. 3T mrawa,"vr VW.,.l' 4 r" ' z. N. ' "V fir J. M. ALLEN, COM lAKUtt RESULTS are bound to accrue from the use of our good1 coal , if your range is in a half way Kd con dition. Some coal, you know, is so poor, in quality that it doesn't throw off hardly enough to warm one'f hands, but when you burn real good coal, like ours, there's a vast differ- ence. Now is the time to send in your order for Montevallo coal, the kind that burns. THE COAL Man f ornir Yftr'fott Boy, Wedi. s HomeWeiding " On Wednesday afternoon of this week, at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Matthews, in this city. Miss Lester Matthews was led to Hymen's alter by-Mr. I. T. Bird of Portland, Oregon, Rev. W. S. P. McCullo'ugn pastor of the First Methodist Church, pronoun- cing the words that made two popular young people man and ...

Publication Title: Bartlett Tribune And News, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 28 January 1916

' w mwSFW v.-wnsswwi ie If , - t- j AND NEWS 18. R.F..CATES, Editor and Proprietor BARTLETT, WILLIAMS.ON COUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDAY. JAN. 28, 1916. $1.00 Year. VOL. XXX. NO. WORK ON ELECTRIC LIGHT LINE. Recently several carloads of REPORTS ON THE GRAIN CROP AUTO ACCIDENT NEAR TEMI B WHFORD McDANlEL'S ' ' " NARROW ESCAPE. Mr. Wilford McDaniel of Gran- ger narrowly escaped death Mon- day if ter noon, when his car crash- ed fflPto thecreek nt Jonah, while ttttvelinR at a good rate of speed. JttM rapid turn after leaving the town of Jonah, prevented Mr. McDaniel from steering his car onto the bridge, and he ran thru the fence to right of the bridge,' ilng to the creek bottom, fifteen Beet below. " The banks of the creek are very steep at this point, making a perpendicular drop of about twelve feet. Mr. McDaniel was in the car" alone enroute home. He re- ceived a severe injury to his ' . right leg, possibly shattering the i, l knee cap. His forehead.was al- r. so badly bruised. Just before re...

Publication Title: Bartlett Tribune And News, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 28 January 1916

ff3itfmm TW "5KT1- IHHiroll mi 'HJijii'-U Buying o 1 HPf1' WfjTf$!: the Public Implement season is now on hand and we want you to investigate all our lines before making your purchases. pThe consolidation of the Duncan Hardware and Bartlett Hardware Company, naturally supplies us with a jarger slock 01 implements anu quite a iui ui mese are implements we win not carry as our regular line. Therefore we are going to offer you some real bargains. For instance we have four different kinds of wagons and as many kinds of planters. In wagons we offer you the Bain, Peter Shutler, Studebaker and Newton, and in planters we offer you the Cassaday, Rock Island and Mr. Bill, and in cultivators we invite your careful inspection of the following kinds and styles. '. ': , ,' ui s- AVBRY'S WIGGLE TAIL, OLIVER'S WIGGLE ' TAIL, STANDARD WIGGLE TAIL This is an age of the new styled Wiggle Tail Culitivators. You can do so much better work with one of these ; that it will naturally reduce the expenses of...

Publication Title: Bartlett Tribune And News, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 28 January 1916

PFd'-v, ' ,s A t. ... . ... .u, Hv """ '' ' im i iflii 4. ' -fM"' n t r v wiw -, & 'i -. .t. iM ,L.... ..- Jrm.x,. .-,.. ... -. .nt..tl ft , -' ..',"TW!ffl o a V ( Maif"r"'gfa HHiMMMMMI ' Pi v v ,l,a i it s COAL the Kind That Burns The Fairchild D. D. FAIRCHILD, Jr., Mgr. how To Dodge LaGrippe i ..,, -r It's a "cinch" to guard against the grippe. Scientists have fig- 1 ured out just how to give the naughty little influenza germ the i ha, ha, and all one has to do is follow the rules. Dr. Reynold's in the American Magazine, lays down one very important rule. He points out the danger of the festive codktail as a grippe pro- . motor? Hence we secure Rule No. 1. Nd drinking. Along comes another scientist with the information that kiss- ing is very dangerous while the grippe germ lurks in the offing. Rule No. 2: No kissing. No hugging, either for the same authority tells us that is danger- ous Perhaps in order to play absolutely safe one should not even throw a kiss. Sneezing scatter...

Publication Title: Bartlett Tribune And News, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 28 January 1916

nvo , -.t rsw fc0 :- ..?', W W C3W3MBr , ' at iM, .mji'tttt MK HMiMttMLl The Tribune And News FRIDAY, JAN. 28. 1916 W'mldn't paved streets look good to us now! Great Heavens! How long, oh. how lonjr, will Bartlett go with- out a .hotel that is commensurate ,y with the growth and prosperity of the town? Gov. Jas. E. Ferguson passed through Bartlett Tuesday en- route to Belton where he went to pay his poll tax. Others ought to go and do likewise. I Bitettt Ttttaantaf. X H. Ed. wards' expects the State to be on a cash basis not later than Feb- ruary ist. If tax collectors in several targe counties remit for December collections he expects the State to be on a cash basis before the first of the month. When January tax collections begin to pour into the State treasury there may be enough funds on hand to justify a dis- tribution of funds among State depositories that pay the. State an interest rate on the balance that are carried. Notwithstanding the prevail- ing sickness throughout the ...

Publication Title: Bartlett Tribune And News, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 28 January 1916

u Hrt.4"1 SmC a I j? IV l It ANNOUNCEMENTS. i The Tribune' is authorized to make the following announce- ments, subject to the action of " the Democratic primary. July 22d, 1916. BELL COUNTY For County Judge D MALLORYB, BLXlR For County Clerk: HUGH HARRIS County Attorney EDMUND HEINSOHN i HUL1NG P. ROBERTSON, Jr., For Commlsslonsr Boat 2: i Z. W. NANCE DUNCAN C. McLEAN For Public Weigher Precinct 3: ., w m nnnNR 'f CITY of BARTLETT IV For Collcctor-Asseaaor ana secretary: OSCAR BOLDING J. DODT LOCAL NEWS. Mrs. E. M. Wilson returned home last night from Shawnee, "bkla., where she has been on a visit to relatives. Adolph Hempel has purchased a Ford car from the Bartlett Garage. C. C. Bailey made a business i trip to Georgetown Wednesday. . Pay your poll tax. do your duty. Only three more days re- main inwhich to do so. The "Diamond from the Sky", every Friday night. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Daniel, a boy, Dr. Hicks was called to JSchwertner Tuesday on ' profes--sional business. Do ...

Publication Title: Bartlett Tribune And News, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 28 January 1916

;? K t'i 7' f V Mk e JJpilet Preparations ' Domestic and Imported Our superb stock will supply tile best. We carry EVERYTHING in the line of Toilet Requisite that are up-tp-date and worthy. The chiefest Ainerican and Im- ported Toilet Preparations can always be found ut our store. Creams, Lotions, Hanicure Specialties, Etc. Lower Prices, consistent with Quality on everything sold here. Weatherman jDrug Company Bartlelt, Texas LOCAL GOSSIP 1 'kPnl' Jim Kiouses of the friends ice of Taylor was here Tues- Isiting his friends. Durant Bartlett was a ile visitor Tuesday. and Mrs. Nick Patts were aud visitors this week. "!- J. W. Wesson made a business 'trip to Temple Tuesday. They will clean and press your clothes at F. J, Pavel's Tailor Shop, while the other fellow practices on them. Sirs. Tom and Joe Talbot ,W. Wilhite left Monday na dam, to spend a few camp life. for Kent crick nouse next door to St Louis store, Bartlett. Apply to Karl Flick. Mr, and Mrs. L. G. Parson and little son of...

Publication Title: Bartlett Tribune And News, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 28 January 1916

m . t J-J-3H w 4 r-. 1 k ; i. ,. H -1,11V K-l'S" l; t !?-. . LVJ v ' m J i SA ' trr V . ( Willcox Will Probated , Temple, Texas, Jan. 22 The u- last will andtestament of the RC lata Canta n Georcre E. WlllCOX -who 'died here November 15, ' laatr'has been admitted to pro- --bate. The estate consists large- ly of valuable business property located in Temple, with scatter- ing holdings in other parts of theSiate. Bank stocks, notes, and cash make up the remainder the total being appraised at $283,000, but the real value of which is thought to ue closer to $350,000. The will is dated July 14, 1914. The widow, Mrs. Annie E. Will- cox, and minor son, Ewing E. Willcox are chief beneficiaries under the -will, the former re- ceiving property and bank stock estimated at $100,000, - and the latter is given bequests esti- ' mated to be worth $50,000. The residue of the estate, after a few minor bequests are satisfied, is to be divided equally between four surviving vchildren, namely, George and...

Publication Title: Bartlett Tribune And News, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 28 January 1916

IJt. fe; JR.. tt i W.: I w: m -' t i t iVt'iliiiiiiirtiiiiii'n' !' Uatrl ChrlttUn CKurch Morning Thanie'Thi Spitit of the Master." "Crown or Crucify?" W bid you welcome. LITTLE SERMONS A Httto love ia the best Material for mending family jars. Some people experience many flit that'never happen. The i tnan who does as ho pirates usually does little or noth- ing. Life is as swift as 'an eagle's flight as a weaver's shuttle weaving the unmindful tapestry of character. 'When the silver strings of the harp-of each human life, a dis- cord of pain has become entang- led, and evermore sadness ming- les with melody. But there is a time, and place where all discord :. can be made to disappear for u, ever, What Europe needs is more real Christianity aud less going through "Christian form." Every child has a" right to good parents, but every child does not 1 get his right , In the loom of time the silent years weave no erasures. What 'we have written, we have" writ- , ,'ten land the record is a...

Publication Title: Bartlett Tribune And News, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 4 February 1916

'' . MW.OWJJ FsramaKa 1 a ' AND NEWS ' i &F. CATES, Editor and Proprietor BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY. FEB. 4, 1916. $1.00 Year. VOL. XXX !!HHHBH!ff5 "r - 9Q5 THE JITNEY WILL Is m mu TAX PAYMENTS SLIGHTLY DECREASE According to reports on poll tax payments received from fifty representative counties of the HUTT0 BOY KILLED IN GUN EXPLOSION TWO MEN INJURED W- ,Jt a; t U ' o f It. fi bZ'& I .: BELL COUNTY , POLL TAXES u .' ,i Beitoti, Feb. 2. The following list fttinws by number the poll tax Jfeceipts for each voting box " of the 'county and totals 7,573, with 482 exemptions. This is . 480 lean than the polls of last J year and will be slightly de- creftsedfon a final count on .ac- count of a few cancellations not lyft footed up. The following is thtlist by receipt numbers and will'not vary on final count by vry many vote3 in any box: BeltiU). north.,... 767 Temple..... , 1819 Holland, north 186 Holland, south ,. 159 een. eastn,.... 220 leen, west 267 fleers; eas...

Publication Title: Bartlett Tribune And News, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 4 February 1916

fi 7 i V 1 : ; rr Featuring the New Arrivals '. BSr., UP.f' EH.". ff,r" For Spring Wear Our buyer is in the Eastern Market purchasing Spring and Summer Goods which will reveal the accepted modes of early spring apparel and material in delightfully charming assortments. We cordially invite your inspection of the white goods which have already arriyed, other goods are coming in daily. You will be delighted with the splendid showing which we have pre- pared for "those who like to be first" and a good plan, for those who like to be posted as to correct styles is to visit this store daily and see the new things as they arrive. LAWRENCE BROTHERS BARTLETT, TEXAS What More Cheerful than a fire in the grate, provided the fire burns briefly and evenly without fireworks. Our spcnl grate coal makes the warmest ana cosiest fire you can imagine. Order a ton and start the tire going the first cool night or dismal day. You'll rather welcome such occasions after your first test of our grate (great) ...

Publication Title: Bartlett Tribune And News, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 4 February 1916

f,nt VtfV7l '" T 'V i. i miJatii i f. iiimmm Predict A Prospermia ' Yeif Fot All Tts 1916 Expenses if th State G&vernment for Year 1915 MiTl ( t f ' a k' M m.., , , & IK I r - fi ft ifiT ; V 11, "11 I . Ferguson "predicts bounteous times for this county by the end 3' of the present year. The goV- ern'pr came here January 27th, for the purpose of paying his poll tax and will spend sev ral ,days on his Sparks farm, south of the city. In speaking to a number of friends the governor sized up the present situation in this characteristic fashion. Y'Thojyear of 1916 is going to be a record year in Texas in par- ticular and the entire nation in general. Some of you iellows may not realize it, though doubt- less some of 'you do, -but I have had my' finger rtn the pulse of the business situation of the en- tire country for the past few months. I have discussed the matter' with men of affairs in the world of business and commerce and I believe that I am in a position to know whereof I ...

Publication Title: Bartlett Tribune And News, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 4 February 1916

'ftl 'i . .W7"TiJjVJ ?. ."' 1 ' . t ' 1 E '"' . Ji I 1)11 ll ,',' ',tMVhtiiiirii tj 592 m$rmlBR IMWBiSPE '" i '' '1.1 " .ni. 1 lb u fie CttAty feftril MttU Moniay Fot District ClerK jy ind tDAY, News P FEB. 491 sts and then a brick Doesn't that sound good? : S. ktt will be in eood shane r W17 to receive that interur- twh railway from Waco. Bartlett needs more street Mghta in the resident section, specially along Clark street. i Four thunder storms and five clear days in January. Come to Ihe Sunny South some other time. Heon, Feb. 1. The County Boarc of Education meets Mon- flQV lfl MAMtilaH BnnBIAn pNTrutatees and others .having anyNnattora to present befqre the board are corridially invited to be oresent and present their interests. The necessity of paved streets la being most forcefully empha sized at this time, because of the tnirey condition of the streets of the city. The streets of the city are so muddy, that it is evidently im- possible to keep all the crossings clean of mud,...

Publication Title: Bartlett Tribune And News, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 4 February 1916

fVB.. -.ww l .-v ti iiriv1.,atiwJr vx i . 11 ' u ftfc .' ! m m f." Rr'v lV '4. f ,- f, I:' it K&- WWOUNCEMENTS. j p2 a; . The Tribune is authorized, to ditto the, following announce- jMttti, subject to the action of th Democratic primary, July 1941916. ' , . BELL COUNTY Fbt County Judge MALLORYB. BLAIR W. S. LEMLY For-District Attorney: ' EDGAR MONTIETH For District Cferk: E. E. UPSHAW For County Clerk: HUGH HARRIS County Attorney EDMUND HEINSOHN HULING P. ROBERTSON, Jr., For Commissioner Beat 2: , . Z. W, NANCE DUNCAN C. McLEAN 'For Public Weigher Precinct 3:. " , W. H. BURNS tbr Constable N. BA1LES CITY of BARTLETT For Collector-Assessor nnd Secretary: OSCAR BOLDING , J.DODT For City. Marshal! R. B. DICKERSON LOCAL NEWS. Mr.'S. Drane formerly from Yoakum has accepted a position as salesman for the Gersbach- Wacker Co Mrs. Wood of Del Rio is here visiting her daughter, Mrs, P. N. Pearce. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. F. N, Pearce, , Wednesday, Feb. 2, a boy.- New garden, seeds, the mos...

Publication Title: Bartlett Tribune And News, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
x
Loading...
x
x