The Bartlett Tribune and News (Bartlett, Tex.), Vol. 33, No. 36, Ed. 1, Friday, February 21, 1919 Page: 2 of 8
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Entered as second-class mat-
ter t the fcost office at Bnrtlctt,
Tt under thn act of March
LUTHERAN fcELIEP WOWC.
86ecriplkfl, $1.00 Per Year.
Jtar Weeks a Newspaper Month
1'IUDAY FEBRUARY 21, 19i9,
Cottrtcsy costs nothing, but rewards
One display window on tho main
fctroet Is worth a block of windows on
the sldo street.
Luke McLuko cays the old fash-
ioned boy who use to wipe his nose on
his shirt slcavcs, now has n clean
handkerchief every morning.
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Postmaster General Burleson chrirg. Rev. F, G. Rocsncr, pastor of Saint
m! us $10 for moving M telephone. 'Martin. Lutheran Church at Austin
It took ono man about fifteen minutes wa8 jn Thorndale Wednesday vjsiting
to complete tho job. Wc wore afraid thc B0V(ftal Luthcrnn congrcgntiona
to kick for fear hq would threaten to of tha BecUon tho ,ntorest of tho
double tho pr co as ho did with the ..Nntlonal Lulhcrnn Council of Amcr-
Houston pcoplo.-Bonhhm News. cn Thc Rcv Mr noosnfir ,8 maknff
As-' predicted by The Reporter a n tour over tihs part of tho stato for
month ago, the new red tape tlo- the purpose of raising $500,000.00
phone rates nro proving unsatls- for reconstruction work. This money
factory. From nil points of tho com will be expended in America and Eu-
pass comes tho roar of discontent rope. Thc Lutheran Brotherhood of
Not only docs it now cost more to use America is n powerful organization,
tho long distance telephone, but thc When war was declared they started
plan of getting connections is now ( out to erect bulldlngs at tho army
so bound about with red tape that camps and cantonments for the rollg-
much valuable timo '.a lost In ordln- ilous and moral welfare of tho boys,
ary calls that ought to go through and maintained, one hundred and twefr
quickly. One Rockdale citizen had to ty-flvo Camp pastors In this work
pay four telephone tolls to talk to a "The church stands for the great prin-
man in Austin for two minutes. Un-,ciples for which America fought and
dcr tho new regulations a Rockdalo firmly believes in tho teparation of
citizen is denied tho prlvllcgo of put- church and state, Rov. Mr. Rocsncr
ting n call for a particular person in said: "Lutherans bcllov'o that tho
Thorndale, You may call for his"Gospel of Christ Is enough to preach
telephone number and talk to his from tho pulpit" Ho further stated:
,cook or clerk or whoever may answer. "Tho soventy-fivo million Lutherans
the phone, but thc telephone com- In Europe have been under Gortun
pany will not accept n call from John rule but arc now free and don't know
Doe for Richard Roc at Thorndale. 'what to do. Wo must help them or-
Accordlng to thc new "report charge" ganlzc. Give man a religious and mo
Look out f(u the good roads bond
)SSUC to come rninn. Wo linvn nnnn i
(far now, to allow our roads to go regulation, it costs you 25c to put in nl basis and ho will bo a good citizen,
te wnstc and becomo black mud roads in call for a party whether you talk to Thus we can serve America by assist-
Tho farmer who docs not raise his that party or not. In other words, Ing in putting a stop to Bolshevism
feed this year, or mako nn effort to,
uocs not deserve the title of farmer,
Reports to date indicate that thc
constitutional amendment for n six' nuisance, Rockdalo Reporter,
vSCnf2 t0T,V'a S11 y H n example, brother, of th
majority of moro than 100,000 votes.' .,,. ,! ,-i,. p
Ami f m.u r n ,. . . iwy government control works. Ev
And yet North Carolina will have to
if tho party wanted is not in whon , in Europe. Every brother is requested
called Central tells you that fact and to give what ho can to help further
charges you 2Gc for the information, this cause Thorndalo Thorn
Thc new rates constitute a public! .
In a late bulletin issued by tho
Secretary of Agriculture at Wash
ington it is stated that: "Tho wise
policy for Southern farmers to pursuo
,erybody knows ten dollars Is an out-
ii m . VC7 I""10 y "VoRcous price for moving your tele-' for 1910 is to make sure the produo
XnX 7C?dmCnt TCXnS ovr Phono box, but what arc you going to tion f thelr wn homo 8UPPllcs of
whelmlngly adopted an amendment in do about R-what can you do? If your! ho& 'd nd feed. Attention Is
tiTwTnui!120! telephone company should charge such called to tho fact that an average
ZZ ? CaCM ? ? W;lh Pr? Price you would mako the air blue yield of cotton on tho acreage of 1018
iZZ' " Pn nK, f!;f,rC0 tclHwlth sulphurous epitheU, but underbill produce two orhrco million
VrlZJl f " ' ""'""n-.tho outrage perpetrated by the govern bales more than was produced in 1018.
I regressive Farmer. I. . , na . nq nl0n account of thc unsettled conditions
Tho Eagle Lako Headlight had an
ment you must remain as meek as a
in Europe, it is impossible to mnko
any definite forecast oPtho economic
situation, but certainly it is a snfo
little lamb. If a company had charg
Vcd you such a price you would sco
intoroatlntr soclctv nntn thn nflinp ctnv .,,,- .-no,,ttt. I. l,n Tnnialn.
os follows: "A short timo since, a no'turo and Congress, and in a very fowjpolky to pursuo for tho farmers of
Bro living in Wharton married n no- weeks a law would bo enacted fixing, the South to raise their own homo
gress living on tho Dr. Rogers fArm nt rcosonablo charges, but under govern- supplies of both food and feed."
JJonus. Before lenving Wharton the' ment control nn arbitrary bureaucrat - --
Mdcgroom celebrated tho event by 8its in his den nt Washington, wntchcsj Tho news from Ncv Orleans nt th
taking a few drinks of liquid cheer,' the bluo smoke curl from his four-bit close of last week said cotton vnluo
and Instead of remaining on tho troin Havnnn and laughs at your discom-lwcrc higher while thc news from Net
"Vntllt arrived nt Bonus, ho got off fiturc. Monopoly without rcgulatlorjYork on the cotton goods altuntloi
t Gten Flora. From that place ho is an nwful thing, and that's what says vnluc.$ were lower. There is
eleftoncd Dr. Rogers thnt ho was on government ownership Is. Socialism' either a yarn out or comment on mar
tils way walking from Glen Flora to c a very dangerous animal, but don't kct conditions needs revision bofor
onus, and for him not to let them quail beforo it Hit It on the head. 'it is sent out for nothing can bo whit
fcvo thd wedding unctll ho got there." Honey Grovo Signal. and blnck at thc samo time.
Granger Fuel & Grain Co.
We have the following Pedigreed, Certified and Guaranteed to be
Pure, Cotton Seed for planting. In stock at Granger.
Ferguson's Improved Mebane Triumph
A standard variety, improved by ten years of scientific breeding oft Ferguson
Seed Farms. The above seed have been tested by Government Experiment
Stations, side by side with other Mebane seed. We have statements showing
Ferguson's Mebane Seed, made a better turn out. and more to the acre, than
any other Mebane Seed tested.
One to twenty five bushels $3.00 per bushel
Over twenty five bushels $2.75 per bushel
F. 0. B., GRANGER, TEXAS
Ferguson Improved Lone Star
Eight years ago this variety came to us, with the recommendation of the
cotton specialists of the U. S. Department of Agriculture. It was explained
to us, that the department would never have introduced this new variety had
it not proven to be better than existing varieties. WE TESTED LONE STAR
COTTON. We were so profoundly impressed with results, that we recommend
it to all who are going to plant Lone Star Cotton Seed this year.
Ferguson Seed Farms. Prices on Lone Star.
One to twenty five bushels y , .$3,00 per bushel
Over.tweoty fiye bushels $2.75'per bushel
F. O. B., Granger, Texas
Ferguson's New Boykin
A mutation from Mobano Triumph, quite vuperior to its parent An examination of tho lint showed It to,
have moro drag and body than Mebane, and making mora to tho acre with a lint turn out from Sit per cent .
to U .per cent. "Aek anyoouy on the Martin itancn wnat inoy minK 01 mo xew uoyxin uoiion, as iney
have been planting it for seAeral years," Our supply is limited, you will have to place your ordor at onco,1
if you want to try somo of tho Now Boykin' Seed this year.
PRICES ON NEW BOYKIN
Om to ten bushels ( , (.$3.50 per bushe
"Over ten bushels V,. . , $3.25 per bushe'
&F:jO; 1.CKANGER, TEXAS .
MM u? your vorder. Seedwljl bohlppcd In four bushel baga only by freight C, 0. D. Subject to Inspcc-
rVm. 'freight- from Granger' to BartfetfJs about 10c per bushel. Hurry, Seed going fast. .
Granger Fuel & Grain Company ; ;
Georgetown Sun: V
The regular monthly Hossloh of
tho Commissioners' court opened
for business Monday morning, Judge!
F. D. Love, p'residing. ,
It was ordered by the eourt that
an election bo held in nil of the
school districts of this county pre-
scribed by Chapter 30 of tho Ccn-
crnl Law of the Thirty- fourth Leg-
islature of this State for the election
of a county school trustee of this
county-at-largc, and for the election
by tho school district In commis-
sioners' precincts Nos. 2 and 3 of a
county school trustee for cacn of
oaid pfeebcts to be held at one nfld
thd same tlmi on tho first Tuesday
Iri, April, A. D. 1010.
Tho court having advertised for
bids from bnnklng institutions tc
act as county school depository for
Williamson County, and It nppcar-
infe thnt only two bids wore received
tho bid of 2 nor cent on dallv
bnlanccs from the Farmers & Mcr
chants State Bank at Hutto, and the
bid of 3 per cent on dally balances
from tho First State Bank & Trust
Company of Taylor, It was, upon mo
tion, ordorcd thnt tho did of the
First State Bank & Trust Company
of Taylor be accepted at tho rate of
3 per cent on dntly balances, npya
bio as required by law.
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The Flavor Lasts!
Herman Brown, contractor for
road' Improvements In commission-
er's precincts 3 and 4 , presented Tils
estimate Ifo. G, for work done on
sold contract, amounting to, ,?2,-
40C.02, and It appearing to tho court
thnt said estimate had been duly
certified as correct by tho engineers
as is shown by thoir certificates, duly
recorded, said amount wns ordered
paid, less $37.45 to be carried over
to next estimate.
Tho court ordered that Hess &
Skinner, onRincero for Williamson
County on tho Meridlnn Highway be
and they nro hereby Instructed and
ordered to revise tho orlffinnl plans
and specifications prepared for tho
Meridian Hifjhwny through precincts
Nos. 3 and 4 of this county so that
same shall call for and provldo for
tho placing of additional gravel sur-
facing on said roads to take tho
place of gravel lost from said road
by natural causes slnco tho prepara
tions of original plans and specifica-
tions and Bincc tho time of mnking
the original survey on which said
original plans and specifications
Imf Tflc greatest IH
. five-cents worth IflBi
of beneficial Hf
sealed Tiaht-KePtRiabt refreshment iH
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LEONA Si SMITH PEACHES,
HARDY CLIMATE PROOF NATIVE
Write for information in our line.
Upon motion, it was ordered by
tho court that tho following named
persons be, and thoy nro hereby ap-
pointed presiding judges and Judges
of elections for their respective elec-
tion precincts to net ns Buch for the
ensuing year, and until their suc-
cessors aro appointed, ns follows, to-
wit: 1. Georgetown J. D. Logan; II
E, Richnrdson, W. II. Thompson and
Lee M. Taylor.
2. Berry's Creek J. F. Year-
wood; H. Hausonfluck.
3. Lcandcr W. R. Walker; C. F.
4. Cedar Park-C, A. Cluck; R
C. Pound Springs W. L. Carter;
J. L. Jackson.
G. Liberty Hill R, W. Atkinson
D. W. Vought, Russoll Adams, J. C.
7. Gabriel Mills' Will 'Ashtr; L
H. Brizondine. V.
8. Rock House A. B. Dycus;' J.
0. White House J. LJlCing; J.
10. Florence J. E. Cnskey; R. B
Wales, T. D. Gray, W. T. McGeo.
11. Gravis T. A. firumlilos;
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12. Jnrroll W. H. Buchanan; B.1
A. Condrn, J, A. Stinnett,- Marvin. tjii
13. AWs. School House Chas' - Jin-w. QK0 J-
Bolding; Tom Irvin. iStnrnes.
14. Circlovlllo Dan Marshall; 27, West Taylor J. D. Solders;
W. E. Sloan.
1G, Granger J. S, Fox; F. Ccr-
venka, Jud, Brewster, A. J. Jaracs,
The Coming of Peace
the falling of abundant rains,and tho general Promise of the
future for Texas mako this tho best and most appropriate
timo to plant fruit trrcs, berries, pectins and ornamentals, we have
had in many years.
Wc can supply you varltics of nearly nil fruits adapter! to this
On these and many other kinds and varietur wo will stake our
PLANS MADE FOR PLANTING HOME GROUNDS OR PARKS
THE AUSTIN NURSERY
F. T. RAMSEY & SON, AUSTIN, TEXAS.
Belk & Killer
First-class in every respect. Your patronage solicited.
HOT and COLD BATHS.
J. M. Forwood, J. T. Petway, C. B,
28 Pleasant HUJJ. O. McBride;
C, 'W. Bowm'er,
29. 'Georgetown S. A. Easloy; D
D. Fowler, E. M. Daughtrey, 5j!. Al
30, Walburg E. F. GrnnzinJ 'Ant
31'. Beycrsville C. J, Gllmoro;
10. Gdno B. II. Hamilton; J. R.
it. ueaukiss s. O. Briggsj .W
N, Brymor, T. E. Keith, W. M. Aus-
Un 18. RIco'b Crossing C. M. Par-
tain; E. Bond.
10. Schwertncr.r-E. .Straus: Fred L. B. Minen.
White. , , I 32 Haro. J.
20. Tlutto R. M. Womack: Wat- Payne.
tor Swenson, IL A. Hlghsmith, Tom 33. Coupland W. S
21. East Taylo J. F. Bowers; J
B. Wfllis, M. R. Konnedy, IL B, Con-
oley, 22. Allison W. H. Robertson;
John II. Wentrcek. i
23. Round Rock J. E. i Gustafr
R. Lewis; W. D.
34. Thrall-J. T. Kclton; D. S.
tpdd, Dr. C, D.-Johnsoni S. J. Wat-
ers. 35. Watorloo--A. E. Klrby; S. N,
30. Mnger W. H. Bean; Louis
thcro be and thcro Is hereby levied
upon each and evory perap, flrmi
or corporation, or association o
persons, pursuing any occupation la
Williamson County during tho your
1010 subject to occupation tax. aa
occupation- tax equal to one-half otf
the occupation tax levied by the;
Sta$o(of Tcxnsj provided however,
thntj,,whoxo a different rate of taxa-
tion ,1s, prescribed by law, then, the
highest occupation tax prescribed by
law s hereby levied for said year.
I kopp a full line of aeruma and vac-
cines on hand from tho host and moot
scientifiic labratories. I also wM
you to romombcr that J vaccinate
chickens against Roup, White scours
nnu Jimberneck. n
Dr. J. D, Wods,
son; S. C. Cochran, T. B.'Ashe'r. H. Frcricks.
H. Hauff. j 37, Weir J. N, Wheelcss; Paid
24. HopAwcll-W. H, GardnevrKnnuthf' ' .
Tom Ronnick. j 38. Posit Oak Island-Of, W EBle-
25. BartletWLucas Rowntroe: A aton. A. J. JarwG.. . v I
C. A "" J B, Holtjorab. i B.K.. If wag ordered Jjr tk eojrl tiwt
GO men ami yiemen for this
oly, Upuii imka eC KUBBKR hetif
for ONLY, f l.W, any eefor ,
XbM r (k BartWi Grage
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Cates, R. F. The Bartlett Tribune and News (Bartlett, Tex.), Vol. 33, No. 36, Ed. 1, Friday, February 21, 1919, newspaper, February 21, 1919; Bartlett, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth49116/m1/2/: accessed July 18, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Bartlett Activities Center and the Historical Society of Bartlett.