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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 31 March 1916

FREE PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS tt X". h , Over ore hundred actual photographs of residences to se- lect from. Come in and look them over. Complete plans and s p eciHcations fur- nished free of charge when meteriaJ is purchased from is. And the Lumber will cost you no more. We meet any legitimate competition. ! - r i ii in- ' 1" - r- t -t -T- -,- i i i m h m i i i i n - ir iniim i tt wwmwiniaaunHHaBiVMrMiHaMNMiwMauMMMiwMunMMMHHMBHNM The home building spirit is in ,the air. Old homes are be- ing repaired, new homes aure dotting the landscaLpe aJl over town. Every- body without ahome is "figuring." Our plens purchased at greact expense, will Help you. .whether it be a town or country home. Reed description of this house. You have access to many 'others act ovir yerd. BARTLETT, TEXAS PLAN Tlisi classy Swiss chalet buntralo spells beauty in every line of exterior as well as NO. interior design. The construction is of frame with cement stone porch annex- 21 50 posed fire-place, giving it a...

Publication Title: Bartlett Tribune And News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 31 March 1916

SwilvS . lrts'f? rr'rv-y.'t-w V ' Tt "V p u I. f y U. - ! .,: L "l ?l . U'l w -' ft f " "., IS wry Mr? :-' iQ--..J Stfl.'.. K " r .'.,: DELICIOUS CANDIE The Kind of Candies That Please the most delicate feminine fancy. Put up in pretty boxes and cartons fit to' prevent to a queen with all their delicious flavors carefully preserved. And they are pure. We pride ourselves on that. Only the best sugar and the most palatable fruit extracts are used in our candies. Come in and sec. You will find exactly what you want we have them all. pHMMMMnmwccnw Bartlett Candy Kitchen NICK PATTS, Texas Part of Highway Complete in 60 Days Fort Worth. March 26 -Texas will complete her share of the meridian highway within sixty days arid turn the system over to the Meridian Highway Associa- tion, according to G. A. Mc- Naughton, member of the log- ging party here today, headed.. by D. E Col'p of San Antonio, secretary of the Texas Good Roads Association. According to members of the party, the only bad st...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 31 March 1916

hi Jm i ,. Pi ! 1 KK Rs j JLVxS m a m man i e Tribune .And News FRIDAY, MAR. 81, 1916 With the price of news print Lptper soaring, it will not be long before the publishing business will have to be restricted to a ' strictly cash basis. Tomorrow, (Saturday) is an- nual election of school trustees. , Select your trustees, go and vote ' if you have an interest in our school and vote for men you know will make good trustees, men who 'believe in good schools, and who are capable of so judging. y The government has sent out circular matter relative to the great shortage of paper which should greatly interest 'everyone as to the value of trash or scrap paper, as the mills are offering SJood prices for all paper and scraps. Don't throw away your trash paper., Are you reaching out for the $? If you are, don't let it get gut of the reach of Bartlett. The Best way to keep the $ in town is to spend your money with the ' local merchant. The home mer- chant is here to stay. He is part of the tow...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 31 March 1916

fwr-o v V 4H C ,K 'V.,' rckv. : i i I if,' fin 11,1 r" ir t SB IT JUL Arc You Raising A Roof For A Rainy Day Loegfellow said: "Into each life a little rain must fall," Are you preparing to shelter your family when the storips come. The wise man builds when the skies are clear. Money in the bank will solve the "Rainy Day" problem. Bartlett State Bank J. T. STEWART, Cashier. Bartlett, Texas LOCAL NEWS. '.. . . . I Air. win uancier a prominent banker of Killeen. and one of the liyest wires in Texas, was a Bartlett visitor yesterday. White Orpington eggs, per i setting, $1, Bronze turkey eggs ten for 60c. For sale by A. P,' Sartor, Route Bartlett. Mr. J. M, Allen, is in the Kings Daughter's hospital at Temple, where on Tuesday, he underwentjan operation, and is reported to be doing yery well, Good registered Jersey male for service.l Fee $1.50 Martin Albrecht. J. V. Rowlett, candidate for tax collector of Williamson coun- ty, was here Wednesday hust- 'ling votes. If it is painting or pa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 31 March 1916

fh" V '" s H H u . -, ir"M ' sc & - ';" W a t 7,1 -if Bu' a p; fc'' . i n. 8,(1 a fl & IK - &'4 ,St f r i 5 B f. n I . NATIONAL MAZDA P 'tl fcV, US A 1 TltOiin'ivls-Ii ' It ' l LrfTIlS This Light Is Good for Boys BOYS and girls need the best light you can give them. Their eyes are growing like the rest of their bodies. Do not put children's eyes under strain by bad lighting. Use National Mazada light. It's better. It's brighter. It's three times as bright as as carbon lamp-light and costs no more. It's the bet light for roading, study, work or play. May we talk with you about the lightening of your house, store or building. jCeather 'nan Jsi'ucr Bdrtlett, ' LOCAL GOSSIP W. R. Kennedy, of Chapel Hill, Washington County, has been elected superintendent of the Killeen public school. Mr. .Kennedy is highly recommended as a teacher and as a man. He has taught quite a number of years, the past six at Chapel Hill. Killeen Herald. Prof. Kennedy formerly lived in Bartlett, where ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 31 March 1916

Tf im $ ' , -C ar.w r? 5W5 SUIT H$I5,O0O JSAIN HOT SUFFICIENT MOODY HAS A DA1AGES BROUGHT FOR COTTON CROP BIG FIRE TT' .Ji V W- m j. ffc v- 1 . n Frank Xlika filed suit in the district J court here yesterday agafhsikhe M, K. & T. Railway comrianv. for 115.000 damages r "HjA f.M' n n ... 1 itiiiiHirtn ngnint ' XVI PCIOUIIUI IIIJUI1CO ICtCIICU while in the employment of the . , -.'company. Plain riff, as inspector New Orleans. Mnrch 25. In- suficient rain, has fallen in the Southwest so far and unless general, copiouus rains visit all sections of Oklahoma and Texas soon prospects for the new crop in the Southwest will remain of the through freight train that unfavorable. In the Mississippi paused Granger, was under the Valley and in the South Atlantic car on October 15, 1915, attend- section the continuance of fav- ing to his duties when as 'he al- orable weather weather hss laid leges, contrary to the regula- a good foundation for the new tions which required that the crop, prepa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 31 March 1916

ftiuujL'" jjl-j..,' L i ' J? .jag K an &r rW, i ' " ' mi' fyF vi ; Contest Friday Evening K The Medal Contest at the Meihodist Church on March '24, r ' much enjoyed by all who attended, Many have coneratu- latod ouivboys on ,their achiev- Hwnts. It isindeed wonderful. "The diamonds are being picked , front the roughs." The boys surprised themselves when they ' make an honest effort. It is very encouraging to the Super- intendentthe boys just call up and say, "I want to try onejJLne tfaruett ooys put a strong part." If you support a good moral character and want to ; .help in th cause of right and , 'justice, come and help we want .to make, this work count. We have done well but we must do better. We should have a con- testant for the Diamond Medal Contest in May. We now have , 'fifteen silver medals, but there seems 'to be an unyritten law preventing boys contesting to- f gether in the same church at the same time. If we could co-operate in the spirit of the mas- w ter we could ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 7 April 1916

;y . j. Xi & ' ft AND NEWS ILFATES, Editor and Proprietor BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 1916. $1.00 Year. VOL. XXX. NO. 43 U j ? : - ii fr. i; IS V. 3. . XWV- , ' FIRST NATIONAL BANK . . BUYS CITY BONDS .The City Paving bondB amount- ing to $24,000.00 were sold to the First National Bank of this City, they being the highest bidders. '. The Bonds were sold at par, accrued interest and two per .ianf. nrominm nml nftcr brisk $W '" competition, They wU mature "V ' lorjty years ana can De reiireu any ' ; timte after 10 years. , ' fy) greater evidence of the ,,!f financial stability of this city "1. rcould be called to the attention r of the outside world that its bonds being bought by a local v . bank ahd at a premium, , It' not only speaks well for the V .city and the bank but also for the city officials as the first bond pimen who appeared in the city igave their usual little song about 'the bond market being off, but a short talk with the "mayor con- vinced ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 7 April 1916

wv , ; i. U. ' Jb 'in t., W'i ft.- . f & h iw )j : . &iH k, xr n'. ?v 1 , K. .' '" W"' kV ... fo ' I? The Tribune And News FRIDAY. APRIL 7. 1916 1 he rains throughout the State last week are estimated to be worth over one-hundred million dollars to Texas. Applaud us when we run, con- sole us when we fall, cheer ua when we recover, but for God's sakes let us pass on. Hubbard. It looks like Texas democrats will have to return to the old convention system of elections, since there sems to be so much confusion over the present pri- mary system., "Paying the Fiddler" is a great game now going the rounds. It's membership is con- fined to those who send their money away from home. Do you belong? Nay, nay, Pauline, all the hypocrites are not in the church- es and lodges. We have found plenty of them outside of either. A hypocrite is a hypocritel any- where you find him. It takes health, cash and glory to get along in this old world. The Tribune editor is in politics for glory, drink...

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

fc H- rlf A .1,. )(f nkZ-" V '!!!" Cstrai Christian Church lAtknd our. Bible School' at; 111 m m: 11& Rormnri nt 11 a. m. Theme k , 7?Lord to whom shall wo go? Evening worship Ytfb-ineme 'Running away from God" To. all these services We invite you, LITTLE SERMONS If there is no Calvary in the jheart, there never will be a movement of transfiguration in the life. TJiose who frequent God's house and go in the spirit of reyerence and devotion, get vis- ions of Jehovah. .Religion in childhood is the source of true nobility and char- &ct6n , Gossip with all its deadly train f slander and broken hearts and blighted lives will die when it cannot find a listener. Much of the foundations of one's destiny is laid long before is bom. The church is not a religioup art gallery for the exhibition of perfect specimens. ,The first mark of the stamping of the incarnation of motherhood with its divinesss. Homer A. McCarty Presbyterian Church Regular services will be held every Sunday, both mo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 7 April 1916

Pctp 4 . tI'. fvv w ki v i ; y'wr J VTV. V fi i gru W i J1 - D O HBStSSSS- Announcements MEN N LLv - M. K :" -l - h v 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 Congress: JNO. D. ROBINSON Tor Representative (District C7), Bell and Milam Counties ' h PRANK P. LiNDEMANN Tor County Judge MALLORY B. BLAIR W. S. LEMLY Tor District Judge: F. M. SPANN W. S. SHIPP 'For Disttict Attorney: EDGAR MONTIETH DeWITTBOWMER For District Clerk: E. E. UPSHAW For County Clerk: HUGH HARRIS N. A. ENSOR County Attorney EDMUND HEINSOHN HULING P. ROBERTSON, Jr., For Tax Collector JAKE D. NELSON For Commissioner Beat 2: Z. W. NANCE DUNCAN C. McLEAN G. M. JANEWAY JOE B. KNIGHT A. W. PARROTT N. B. VERNON Tor Public Weigher Precinct 3: W. H. BURNS . For Constable N. BAILES WILLIAMSON COUNTY For Criminal District Judge: JAMES R. HAMILTON A. S. FISHER Tor Senator, 20th Scnatoral District: WALTER D. CALDWELL ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 7 April 1916

' . Kr-" , hL i' ' ;f K".'!' . IT m '-. sii? i?& ' Kw; S.:. - b': m 5" '-v i . i' . Wk. n i ,, ! 1.1! , . I'.- p '-?- ' . fi . " 7, 1' ' 20,000 MIES SHORT ON COTTON j The report of Director Sam L. "Rogers, of the Bureau of the :denBUs, Department of Com- merce, issued last week shows a shortage in the cotton crop for Milam' county 'for last year of -20,251 bales below that of 1914. The 1915 crop is 41,079 bales, and the 1914 crop was 61,330. The report shows a shortage in Williamson county of 2G.263 bales, the 1915 crop being 79,081 ba es. and the 1914 crop was 105,714 bales. Drilling Own Oil Well Henry Rehr, well known farm- er of, the Beyersville community, has a rig set up on his farm and has begun the work of making a test for oil, Mr. Roehr has pur- chased the rig and is personally conducting the test, utilizing the time which is at hisdisposal be- tween seasons. He intends to drill the well to a considerable depth and go below the Austin chalk if necessary. This will be th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 7 April 1916

;wrrwj mmwii:?,' i.u f '"tf J .J1 .J u ,l uj, The Tribune J And News en ' a , FRIDAY. APRIL 7, 1916 ' Happy is the man who can claim a blended lineage of noble faith and pure blood. Just think of it, one German, liolding-up an English ship of 14,000,000 tons and the entire crew and passengers on the high seas. "Try every man's work " of what sort it is." Cor. 3:13. Business men of Alvin have "formed a social club, Temple Telegram. Commercial Clubs are good, bul mixed with social clubs, makes a better preparation for the invigoration of towns and cities. There is nothing like so- ciability in all the various aye. nues of life. When a woman, married or single, acts unlady iike and seems to want to attract the at- tention of men on the streets by being loud, they need not be sur- prised if the men think and say things about them that a lady would not want thought or said about her. If girls do such in a thoughtless manner they should be shown the serious haim done their character by su...

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

i " 1, f ' '? I . . ' 4 ' . New Pleat MarKet Opened Mr. I. A. Boren haB recently opened a first-class meat market in the Jackson corner brick, in tl , LlJjJTIi Place Your Easter Orders Early if You Want the Choicest Fabrics First Comers & ; xji U a V the Nowotny store, where he in- vites the patronage of the public guaranteeing the choicest pro- ducts obtainable. V vn K BfiW la4BWnTnw Arc You Raising A Roof For A Rainy Day Loegfellow said: "Into each life a little rain must fall." Are you preparing to shelter your family when the storms come. -f he wise man builds when the skies are clear. Money in the bank will solve the "Rainy Day" problem. Bartlett State Bank J. T. STEWART, Cashier. Bartlett, Texas LOCAL NEWS. M. Wutke made a business trip to Granger Wednesday. Mrs. L. Rowntree visited in Austin this week. Lawrence Bros, are buying butter fat and paying 30c a , pound for it. Bring it on Mon- days and Thursdays, Messrs F. F. Lindemann and C. C. Wilson were Troy visitors Wednes...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 7 April 1916

F. . V T7 ' " 1 "!' ',' .' v kI i V 'M G li. J f 1 ' ''i St., ? J&BHaEim lil an1 " Nht NATIONAL MAZDA This Light is Good for Boys BOYS and girls need the best light you can give them. Their eyes are growing like the rest of their bodies. Do not put children's eyes under strain by bad lighting. Use National Mazada light. It's better. It's brighter. It's .three times as bright as as carbon lamp-light and costs no more. It's the best light for reading, study, work or play. May we talk with you about the lightening of your house, store or building. jCeatherman )iug Company Bartlett, Texas LOCAL GOSSIP L. J. Luedeck of Waco was here this week meeting his many friends. ' Those enlarged pictures at - Nowotny's are certainly beauties o and see for yourself. . V. A. Harvill and son, Owen .of Jarrell were here Tuesday on business. Magenstarger and Hcil OiJ at fNowotny. ,j Mr. Henry Moore of Temple was the guest o'f his daugh- N ter, Mrs. Joe B. Knight. Take a bottle of Apenkrauter, .. and...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 7 April 1916

if MW3 vpflf,Ii " f.', fa fll y- w is i Bartlett Merchants Want Your Business iE HAVE THE ACTUAL BLUE PRINTS and vV SPECIFICATIONS of more than fifty attractive and convenient homes. Ai&h n mi i A , r w fe' ' , i i ' rl-1 i ' V iff k HHHf psstjfs ciliJLL WRliPiilfSliKv I gWfevVn Neponsit Roofings, Lime, Brick and Cement Plans of anything you want to build Any set of plans and speci- fications FREE with your lumber bill. Fairchild Lumber Co Bartlett, Texas !rf ((i(SwwRRWBWR4KWBWHBBHBBt) if"", wKKIKffffKHlbi. Kllir 1 111 i ilPPBMi V ssuL U WJIB ft4r$ L-r2$ IdaL - flliB&iLira Ww$$sb Wife twJHi txlPmnl j Sherwin-Williams Paints and Var- nishes. Builders Hardware. ON THE SPOT at your ser- vice, 12 hours a day, 6 days per week, 52 weeks in the year. Satisfaction or your money back. Your produce bought for cash or trade. The Gersbach-Wacker Co. General Merchandise Leaders CASH MEAT MARKET I. A. BOREN, Proprietor NEW AND UP-TO-DATE Pork and Sausage. Only Choicest of meats sold. Your...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 7 April 1916

4 v i . .... JUL BBS Special Easter Sale Beginning Wednesday, April 12th s : a 1 s ri "1 :A.iJj.- JL I'fe' Vu . AT THE- SAINT LOUIS STORE, Bartlett, Texas Although the Market Prices have advanced considerable in the last few months yet we hisve been lucky enough to secure AT THE OLD PRICES one of the new- est and most up to date stock of merchandise we have ever bought at this time of the year; and as OUR PREPARATION FOR EASTER IS COHLPETE, we will offer for the next ten days our entire stock of Ready-toWear apparel and shoes for the whole family at a great saving. , Beginning April 12th and continuing right up to Easter, every day will be full of interest to those who wish to combine style and quality with economy. 'You will find it particularly gratifying to choose now while all the styles are new, while our lines are complete, while the best of everything are here for choice and please bear in mindthat every ready-to-wear garment, 'Men's and Ladies' Suits and Waists, Ladies' and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 21 April 1916

Hppp 3. A'ND NEWS " I ft. F CATES, Editor and Proprietor BARTLETT. WILLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 1916. $1.00 Year. VOL. XXX. NO 45 m BARTLETT FAIR ASSURED THING. BIDS ON PAVING ARE RECEIVED. W. 0. W. HAD GOOD MEETING DIES FOLLOWING AUSTIN BOOSTERS VISIT BARTLETT. GOLD MEDAL CONTEST TO-NIGHT The following is the program FIST FIGHT! iVi " BW 'J m t'. m 1 1 '.Vt " tl : . ", . hi w 0 In, pursuance to a call issued . lt waek, quite a Delegation of ''BmrtUtt's citizenship, composed of Idfliae and gentlemen, young ittid wJiiriet in a moss meeting fr:HMiber Hull last Tuesday ,i?Mijng;.:for the purpose of dis- cuairig the. proposed fair for JW$ett " President Pnirchild was in the $iir, and Mrs. A. E. Wacker ,y;etary. After considerable dicusaion it was decided to hold ithicfair in November, and a com- ,f'mittee was appointed to co-operate with, the executive committee (Ofthe Fair Association in select- ' ' mfe, the dates for the fair, and ao. appoint inu vuriuim cumuuiieca ,a i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 21 April 1916

TfTWjpr'TsK ' H'-S'BmiPi'"!' " ' 'w. ' "Vf ' ; '? '?. "?"-, ! W 4Tll!"iw"''07T'TT1i ""' .. v w ? i? " . "r. ,, i ,. ., ' ' w ,3 "Vr .. . O Si ,, . .' r j 'u i' st ;'- k, to ft 7. I TheTribu.ne And News FRIDAY. APRIL 21. 1916 Temple was chosen as the next meeting place for the fourth dis- trict, Texas Federation of Wom- en's Clubs, by the assembled delegates in convention at Bren- ham last week. Of course the reformers will call Luke a liar, but we'll leave it to the doctors if it isn't a fact that intemperance in eating kills more people than does intemper- ance in drinking. That man who digs up another man's body to rob it is a ghoul. That man who digs up another man's reputation to rob it is a congressman from Texas. Cor- pus Christi Caller. Respectfully referred to Cy- clone Davis, There's hardly any gastro- nomical, culinary, epicurean pleasure in life these days. Why. darn if it hasn't got so the butcher thinks we are speaking a foreign language when we ask him for five cents' ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 21 April 1916

-r ti t T"1 rj 77 t ' AMONG EASTER LILIES' IN GETHSEMANE Puff your way into the jiys of Prince Albert! Sabred Spot Has Undergone Many Changes Since the Time of Our Savior. ft W.imMmwmmwnt .HN JiJWtE MVJmF BPi Mm r JPifl I A-T tiABT tho monks who gunrd the f i Gardens 6t Getliscninno liave k' pmlttufated. After fifty yenrs ot re- lii&at thdy havo granted permission to photograph thla hallowed spot It lies without tho Walls of Jerusa Iqjn. Tho way to It IcadB through the eaBtern Kato. over tho little stone i .In-ldcrt which anuria tho dried tin water '" course ot tho brook of Ccdrori, and up to Iho foot of tho Mount of Olives Hero junny a tlmo Christ retreated with his disciples. Hero he was found otf that night after tho Last Supper, wilon tho aoUMcrs, guided by the kiss o Judas, tnmlo him their prisoner "And hero cdmo tho thousands of pll ttflma today, on their tour of the Holy Land. The. GetliBCmanc thoy sco Is not that ot the tlmo ot tho Savior Tho ma- losllo ollvo trcoB of a ...

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