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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 25 February 1916

wwm, Yir w 1. " ry."5 X i ii & 1 s u J. M. ALLEN, The Tribune And News FRIDAY. FEB. 25. 1916 A silo on every "farm" is the way it is being talked over the country nowadays. Good invest- ment. The State Fire Insurance Com- mission Saturday reduced the key rate of Georgetown from 32 cents to 30 cents on account of an automobile hook and ladder. Day after day those seeking a location in a good town with a vfine surrounding country are dropping into Bartlett, and the best part of it is that most ot them stay. You may not believe it. But it is wonderful how nicely the Nation and the state and the city and the neighbors can get 'along when you mind your own business. Try it once and see. Mr. A, E, Johnson, who for some time has been operating the blacksmith business formerly owned by G. R. Sides, will leave about March 1st for Corn Hill where he will engage in this line ef work. Granger News. ( , Since it has become generally '' Iknown that Bartlett is to have paved streets, along wit...

Publication Title: Bartlett Tribune And News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 25 February 1916

r. '. jt mt ir r.-h , i:- rv t? IS V '. W: . X , " It s m & ' V p ' B ifc ...' ."? p -a HP Jt Mr. Parrott Anounces. In making my announcement as a candidate for ttie office of Commissioner of beat No. 2 Bell County, I wish to state that if chosen as your standard bearer my motto will be: Equal rights to all and special privileges to none. The humblest citizen of Bell county will have the same consideration at my hands as the Governor of the State of Texas. In other words I pltdge myself to use my honest endeavors to give every man a square deal. I believe in publicity: The people have a right, and, should know where every dollar of their tax money goes, to whom paid, and, for what purpose. I think the care and mainten- ance of our puplic roads one of the leading issues o the day. Our dirt roads, if properly grad- ed and drained, will add greatly to the convenience of the people. Our gravel roads of which we have many more building, if not properly cared for, the million dollars ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 25 February 1916

."7 ' r till A r Ml The Tribune And News r FRIDAY, FEB. 251 1916 Plant a little cotton and keep your little boys and girls in school. If the war would atop, what would some people have to talk about? There is no creature on earth that might not look noble- to us, had we the love's insight. Outside of the usual "bunch" that celebrates every day in Bartlett, the banks, postoffice and schools observed Washing- ton's birthday. Action is the word of God: thought alone is but his shadow. They who disjoin thought and action seek to divide duty, and deny the eternal unity. There is money to be made Charles Swinney. west TeXa8'!fuPPortndinfluencein the com' professional snake catcher knows how. In the past ten months he caught over one thousand rattle- snakes on the Stanley Turner ranch, near San Angelo. He s sold some of the snakes to shows sold the oil of others and still has some left. He says that snake catching is a harmless oc- ncupation and a profitable busi- ness, if one knows how. E...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 25 February 1916

." ' v "V iM .- " Vt: V K3V ' I safe... i !$ ' fee. '-. if- I" r. Ti - r p 9e LOCAL NEWS. ' E. J.' Mothis Granger was hero Wednesday on business. We can make yovi a new mat- .jress, and one that will make you sleep, good. Horton & Ogden. Mayor Satanton Allen made a business trip to Georgetown, Getonr prices on Onion Sets. and Triumph Irish Cobbler, and Ohio Seed Potatoes at Rowntree's Now is the time to plant those shade trees. See Rowntree Bros for that ealk of cotton seed meal. Max Rowntree and David Boulding were Austin visitors this week. -Xetus fix that matt(ress lor you, summer time will soon be here. Hor ton & Ogden. Dr, McEllenhanon, I. B. War- ren, Fred Flewellen and Mayor Neal Bassel were here yesterday from Bel ton on business. Mrs. Jim Izard and daughter, Miss Pearlie Mae, were visitors in Salado this week. h K J. E. Warrick of Prairie Dell, was here Monday on business. Just unloaded a car of cotton seed meal. See us. Rowntree Hros. W.:.G. Whitlow made a busi- ne...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 25 February 1916

mmtmfrjm-'vf - 'JP "t .' - ' a .tf" "c !' ' - .v. ft ,' i .jirn, - t-irrr' rnyioi o rT . ft C- .. ., V v 8A & fe- (1 6,! n If' if " yK u fl n is, I- We have only a few more bottles of Wright's Smoke and Wright's Ham Pickle left So now is the proper time to call and buy these two articles. We guarantee them to give satis- faction or money refunded. Call and Let Us Tell eatherman Drug Co7?ipany Bartlett, Texas LOCAL GOSSIP Bert Mitchell of Holland was over Monday evening to attend the Merchants Carnival. Misses Inez Powell and Mayme White who are attending Baylor College spent the week end with their parents here. Roger McCartv has been in Austin this week on business. Constable Pennington and Roger Reed were here Monday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Lawrence ac- companied by Mr. and Mrs. Alex Macha were Taylor visitor Sun- day. Dress-Making Miss Rachael Morris, now located up-stairs at Lawrence Bros, will be pleased to share the patronage of the la- dies of Bartlett and vicinity. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 25 February 1916

EKSssnra '$ w? 1 l ..i......,as fl' j. ' &' Lv fTS.-!. Ft- rt v m . W r-'' 1th IfV $ : ' r L ' in""- e. u Retail Merchants Association Bartlett, Texas OFFICERS ( ID. D. Fairchild, ,Tr , President D. K. Leatherman . Vice-President Ed. Lawrence... Tresurer A. E. Wacker...: Secretary DIRECTORS F. H. Leslie MEMBERS I. L. Brown Mutual Lumber Co. Stokes- Blair Hwde Co. Walton Dry Goods Co. F. H. Leslie "The Gersbach-Wacker Co. Bartlett National Bank. , J. T. Dillard IR, F. Cate3 ,J. M. Allen Farmers Mercantile Co, Schwertner Two hundred and ted towns in Texas. fifty affilia- It protects tends credit. the man who ex- It prevents dishoneBt people from getting credit. Makes dishonest their debts. people pay It prevents the man of poor judgment from buying above his means. It makes credit easier for honest man who desires it. the It puts the advertising graft- er out of business and encour- ages legitimate advertising. Wife Slayer Will Not Hang. Houston, Tex. Feb, 18 Frank B. Mikeska, whi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 25 February 1916

WK - l niowan' 1R'".,!W . n;w i. " 5 STM SEK ?:" KT '- I.' , i ' .w vw -. , ' - W yy i J ,4iwiiiMWwifcii i im im jmm win imiiUMiiOwi.iiii hi mi in mi nimrfi,i i, , .'i; i- u; U ' H' iiv ' w VM ' . Price List of Tubes and Casing - i30x3 Goodrich Gray Innertubes $2.35 t ;30x3Mj Goodrich Gray Innertubes $2.70. 80x3 Goodrich Casing ..... $9.00 30x3H Goodrich Casing $11.60 4 30x3 Mlcholin Red Inner Tubes , $2.70 30x3 Michelin Red Inner Tubes $3.05 .30x3 Michelin Casing f '. $10.40 30x3 Michelin Casing $14.15 You will save 10 per cent on all your Ford size Casings and Innertubes by buying from us. Ford Cars In Stock Complete stock of Ford parts. Good mechanics to do your repair work. We guarantee our work. The Bartleit Garage Phone Day or Night 161. Club Meeting Mrs. John Lawrence was hos- tess to the Woman's Club Wed- nesday afternoon. Great inter- est was manifested in the pro- 0 gram. Mrs. Hightower's talk on "TonsHs and Adenoids" was es- pecially'good. rs The next regular program will...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 3 March 1916

'l ... ' , , ( .1,1 ""ij'FWOu ' V-k,' ,''. A , . tk' i f V AND NEWS i J immmimMttK 1 '&&. i:s R.P CATES, Editor' and Proprietor BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAPCH 3, 1916. $1.00 Year. VOL. XXX. NO. 38, n CITY FEDERATION ORGANIZED. -V'v Pursuant to announcement Several ladies mot at the Central Christian Church Tuesday after- noon for the purpose of organi- sing a City Federation Club. Mr. F,.T, Stockton was chosen temporary chairman, Mrs. Swan- .json of Georgetown fwas present and mRde a most interesting and instructive talk upon the work of the Georgetown Club. Miss Maid Allen was present and made a splendid talk, after which f permanent organization was per- fected with the following officers ,, Mra..JR. R Cates, president. ' v Mr.D.,Di Fairchild, vice-presi- ? dent. u. TMra. J. D. Slawson, 2nd vice- ' ' "president. Mrs. G. A, Lindemann, 3rd vice-president. . Alrd, J. L. Brown, secretary. Mrsl' John Lawrence, treasur- r . . . vf?M iMisa virgie aen, reporter....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 3 March 1916

1.JHV. m TVi , Y ' 'VI t SMOOTHING THE PATHWAY r '! ?X"T, ' V I I. J i- KV J, k -V '' & f Ev M' .-U. T Hardin Hardware The Tribune AoJ Ngws 'FRIDAY. TAR- 3- 191G Luke McLuke aj, 'ks: W1!y 1S it that nearly ever " ma" m a Dry town carries a Bt T Denr on his key and a fold "?K cork" screw in his coat pocket. - - U it had not been due U the that 'les 'publication of the Tribune uuie J.UIK.H are auu away from home, we would nt. m -T 1- lmsfvYr. CIV TYll care for some of their criticisms. . When work on the street pav- "' Vrjgr beging -.there will be work for many idfo men with teams. ,iv 'This means go. od times, employ- s' ment to all rne 'ns Rood times to all. I n. i ' T .l.L nm Amrr -. wasnington St& w ucvv ulJ Maw will not perm. xt a man to ,, ye more than hall ' a &allon of ' whisky in hia posse. ialon- The limiting him t0 such a on our part -6 P" i "iroAgettiogdruiW; . n the d he per A mi'motar Wh V WaS 1. Signal office yestevday s& had recetvea nouce nfc advance i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 3 March 1916

. , i s- V ." h- IS.it 1 h v t I m M;- I r t ".U3t '' wT A Ital SImw Htr 'i'v .:4." Alt Next Week. "The Awakening of John Sla- ter," played last night at the tent .theater by (the Harrisson Com- pany, was a splendid protrayal of the truth that we ought to honor the simple honesty and ' straight forwardness of all we know no matter in what station of life wG ar. That wo ought to seek out from the outer coat- ing of mankind that true motive of good back of the actions of mankind. John Slater had been hoodwinked by a scheming ad- venturess, but the coming of lohn's family to visit him in the city brought out to him the true character 'of his wife, the ad- ",, jmsft! venturess, and awoke John todo'ed by the County Judge, and the right thing and go back to ' said money to' be spent on said the boy of hi9 boyhood, whom he 'road under the supervision of hyd promised to come back trom ' the Commissioner Gardner of (he city and make his wife some time. Every part was splendidly act- ed and t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 3 March 1916

,.) J'-,1 v " fcv Ft Tlie Tribune ' And News FRIDAY. MAR. 3. 1916 The race for County Commia- ttoner grows dav by day. Of the 850 State banks in Tex- as thirty are maintaining sav- ings departments, with a com- bined resource of $3,781,519-88. according to a statement just issued by the State Department insurunce and banking. ,The actual cash on hand is 5700,504 68. At a good roads meeting held in Taylor Tuesda, there was considerable enthusiasm mani- fested by those present. Among ; the visitors was Mr. R. A. Ward cof Pflugerville, who presented some interesting facts upon the vtwo prosperous routes of the Meridian National Ilighway from Temple thru Williamson county. i1 He had made an actual log of the two roads, and he declared there Iwas a difference in the two (routes .of about 3-10 of a mile in favofof the route which went by Belton, Salada, Prairie Dell and Georgetown, as against' the Bartlet't-Granger- Taylor - Hutto- "' Pflugerville route. These figures were given because o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 3 March 1916

rrv; ,; Ul OTJ H 1 ,! TO jr y ' p ' T rA ,?y ; " it 'S W r, m 0 w ,:ii l&, - m. w '.-mZWk Our Spring Stock is Ready Regardless of the high prices that prevail on all lines of merchandise we yet have large quantities of goods at the old prices. Note our prices which will prevail next week. $1.00 MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM OF BANKS fcim ..aaw-usmwwwWKstfvxsKssSt Our National Bank When you lo your biuUtiug with im you uo it Willi u Alemb Bank of theJFJUnimAL. RESKUVK yntem ol Intuitu. Our bnuk Lnd to mhovr ii rn n STRONG bnnk before it could become n member. We are one of the vnit army of bnuka which STAND TOGETHER for the protection of our lcponilom. Oar bnnk can lake iti necuritieH to our Central Reervo Rank at any time and get MONEY. When your money is in our bank YOU can get it when YOU wont it. Put YOUR MONEY IN OUR Bonk. s FIRST NATIONAL BANK I BARTLETT, TEXA8. fe LOCAL NEWS. , Field Meet today at 2:30 p. m. Alex Macha is the proud pos sessor of a handsome five pas- senger...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 3 March 1916

i, j- v 1 . RH ri Wr if -!'" 'Ki We have only a few more bottles of Wright's Smoke and Wright's Ham Pickie left So how is the proper tiir.e to call and buy these two articles. We guarantee them to give satis- faction or money refunded. Call and Let Us Tell Xeatherman Drug Cojnpany Bartlett, Texas LOCAL GOSSIP CaptJ. L. Bailey of Temple wasnere Monday on business, Miss Roseman Andrews of the High School faculty was the 1 week-end guest of friends in , Taylor the past week. , a ,A A. Gunn of Leona was here JastjSaturday on business and '. ".seeing his many friends. , J Mr. and Mrs. Tom Talbot ac- companied by Mr. Joseph' F. falbotandMrs. F. T. Stockton '"' were visitors in Georgetown last "Friday. Dress-Making Miss Rachael Morris, now located up-stairs at . Lawrence Bros, will be pleased to share the patronage of the la- dies of Bartlett and vicinity. Work satisfactory and prices t resonable. 4t -, The High School girls will - "play the Belton High School ' cirl in a came of basket ba...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 3 March 1916

fcSES ?Wii jp" TTT v M -. w-i 1$ to:; X V. &.fc , J-. tv . sr tv - r Bfc "1 O.i Mf . P fV r I i' .. ts. hr: 'it, " & m BL 4 !)H fcut V Bar tlctt Wants Your Trade Delinquent Taxei. Every member of the Retail Merchants Association of Bartlott 'wants your trade-Thin association includes almost every business wian in Bartlett-Evory clais of merchandise that you noed iB "vanvakaniaA in f.hU fiflBofiintion There is not a town between STeraple and Taylor that offers you greater" inducements to trade Uhan Bartlett Splendid Btock of morchandise are carried in every - line-special inducements are offered by almost every merchant to 'ot your trade. You can get a better selection of merchandise-a lower price n all clansbs.of goods from the member of the Retail Merchants Association of Bartlett than you can in almost in any town of its ' size (or oven larger towns) in Central Texas. , Do ndt spend your money in Waco, Dallas, Chicago or New York Do not send your "order to Merchants in the...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 3 March 1916

'"W y " 'Wt ESwsra . 1 -' A " J eoitw rtfii i I " W. kj.i ni.4. f w i.a!4 fa tin foptist church, at Alliga- tor. Sunday afternoon March 6, at 8:iW o'clock, PROGRAM. 906B;.t...i by Congregation Swip'ture Reading S. S Supt. I&iiyer Selected Datamation, I, 'Story of Texas' II, The Fire. III, Papa Does. Song Selected Dclsmation, IV, Jack and tho . Manometer. Declamation, V. Only a Cigaret. VI, Look at the Boys Hands. "- .Small Boys Resolution. ..Fran--,. ces Czarvitch, Reclamation.. .k.. Chas. Hairston "v " Thomas White Presentation of Medal. Sons: by Congregation f CTuder tho auspices of the W. C, T. U, of Bartlett. The contest held at the Baptist church, Friday evening was well attended and a most excellent tprogam rendered. The seven kboys are to be congratulated for their steadiness of mind and ( faithful perseverance which lead them to the throne of success. They all did beautifully, how- eve? the highest honor was con- , ferred on Mr. Charles Hairston. 'i ' On Sunday afternoon...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 10 March 1916

mf see? ; rs?w :., ''!?& i . . d iV .-fvi i , r ij . Js . AND NEWS t.rit-V 1 FGATES, Editor and Proprietor BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS, EBIDAY. MAP OHIO, 191C. $1.00 Year. VOL. XXX. NO. 39 L''v .. .' UBHMMinaBMaMillMI fflfo Sttttami ' M gL "1 ' '-VI Vi , w , S-1 ' 'W ,A'.y ;&. Vr' f w& r p i, -A t L I Ms." fofe yvJl-Vta' .'- '. Ji tV ..Si. vi-'- l.v: 2-fJtP k Jt' U"S M- IV. - l,A ii W r . v h j - 10 , f i T -II ; i&vc.rf tfiJ-t ?& f'x,, Ka4-M II' nil - i -, is rf . "- ': - , - - '" - . . "'.' U ! '- rf4"JfisScB I II 9111 I ill ? aV -,. -- ---. -. -j d . .---, -i . - .. vae.iB 4-s"k ( ill I Nil II TiaTVctt,: ": '"' . .. 3eas II r- .! H..7U" r -. , 4 St m i;i . vn tunh - n' l :.- C H 'ft -V 1 ti" ,u. .. ?T ft-'.'-J S -i ';( i jtr,c P- . n ft" . ,il -i I - W-J ffL, &-;-"-a. '. r r i i k iMsm jaasBahafMjBi'

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 10 March 1916

'0 , &,- 1 By. stf" " w fn iSee September Mornthe Last Creation tn Ladies9 Pumps 'Tis this recognized merit, so intimately associated with THE WAL- TON DRY GOODS CO.'S Merchandise, which gives it a tone and character all-its own. The present display of NEW SPRING MER- CHANDISE is, we believe, the most beautiful we have ever shown. They are designated to serve Bartlett's people, on every occasion, from inexpensive sorts to the most elaborate that the cleverest cre- ators can produce. The whole exhibit will thrill with delight the hearts of every one who just loves things beautiful. You are earnestly invited to come and inspect our showing, and spend the day with us if need be. Our store will be open Tuesday evening from 7 to 9 o'clock. We will have refreshments,and will all have a jolly good-time, all of the new goods and Ladies' Ready-to-Wear will be on display. You will be at liberty to do just as you like while our guest, it will be our aim t9 and delight to make the evening a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 10 March 1916

P- Kill B -BB ' " ' " ' , " ; ' i '' ..u.. - - i .' Li . BW A - - vP ill ii i.i ,! YyTifry'--'h' y-v,t, oy "x jyy wvffo '.U'VV ..,$, HM jw a: oytji'-wT V sm,j f- 'rvxsc " TTtTTZTZTTin!! I H MMmMB fcJuMnf mifcr- Trfcfciii" i' n7r ' mwan rvi4raiuift:tacruMHM;t9 v is I & I ml if 98he . i j 2 i H H. v u f jss Ia v TOW I T& WE Wm 5 8 A P f& Mi & '3T I ! ft v h V t M ? iff u" American Lady and Frolaset Corsets We, are showing all the new models for Spring in Lace Front Corsets; the prices range from $2.00 to $5 00 Spring Stetson Hats at $3.50 All the latest noyelties in Stet- sons for spring are' being shown in the new shades and shpaes; come and get your pick while sizes are good. Ladies' White High Boots AH the rage just now; Canvas and White Wash Kid; we have the White PK and Golfine .Skirts to be worn with them. Prices $3.50 to $7 00 Men's Dress Shirts at $1.00 Ide and Silver Shirts are known by all wearers of good Shirts; many new Sport patterns in novelties, also in ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 10 March 1916

quaaM l -, :, .,(.,., .n .,.! ii .11 " .i..'.........ii.i ...,., i , , 1 , ...j..1 .... . ntBE !Trec Tickets to tho MotIc will bo r!tcj lo every one making a purchase of dry Rooilfl amount lK to 50 cents at this Btoro Wi-rincedny, Jlnrch JQth. cSooa taurfc will je rendered and refreshment will bo ncrwtd to crcry Visitor nt tlila eiore Tuesday nlKht, Matth 14th. The Formal Introduction of Spring Fashions 1V Staff 1 f U. The Gersbach-Wacker Co mmm:prijf$mm - t; 'A'SW.it2:Kt2i4- i Xfiir3!JVySWMAi-?V f: " E . fe' ft ' i! I.' ' "( " i i, ,,.-, : Bar- ..; ,j r' i a IPS? fc- kfi - ' ST fl lu .ftla'fF1 i I'wmifjM l ;iP esday Lveemg, 1 Mar.l4at7:30o Clock '. 'i ' ' vV? IAew our Handsome Store will reflect what has been approved by the highest Fashion authorities. This year we will surpass all previous efforts to show the authentic New Fashions. SPECIAL SHOW DAYS: V- liz-Ar" .& Vf ' ., .JUB lue dayN ht 14 aiidAl W arch Frien You Are Invited Come and Bring a We extend a cordial invitation ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 10 March 1916

:w ) h AND NEWS R. F, CATES, Editor and Proprietor BARTLETT,' WILLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY. MAPCH 10, 1916. $1.00 Year. VOL. XXX NO. 39 F. F. L1NDEMANN - ANNOUNCES. BELL COUNTY'S VOTING STRENGTH FIRST BOOTLEGGING CONVICTION IN BELL TO OPEN NEW -v STYLE SHOW OPENS TUESDAY NIGHT. I ) ROAD SOON County Commissioner Gardner Tf, f l X ". "t $' ) .1 J 3$ H" a K)t !,. , COMING TO BARTLETT . ABOUT APRIL 14 Big Special Two County trade, Campaign and Eas- ter Edition. The Tribune Is Now Gathering .Data For Mammoth Editon To Be Issued About April 14. ' The Tribune is preparing to is- 4, 8Uo the biggest paper of its kind , eyar, sent out in this section, This edition will be off the press about Apnl 14th, and will em- 'i brace many features of general interest. 5j? This will designated as a Two ,ACoQnty Campaign, Trade and A,,Easter Edition. Colored Easter feature covers will be used, print- ed on1 high grade paper and elab- orate with illustrations, personal cuts,- etc. This will be an at t...

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