The Bartlett Tribune and News (Bartlett, Tex.), Vol. 33, No. 36, Ed. 1, Friday, February 21, 1919 Page: 4 of 8
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vjft. 1"- Cats, Editor and Owiwr
Entered as second-class mat-
ter at th post office at Bartlett,
Texas, under thn act of March
""J UL!1. '-'
POOL HALT, BILL KiNED.
StdtecrfrUon, $1.00 Per Year.
oTtmr Weeks a Ntwspaper Month
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TRIDAY FEBRUARY 21, 1919.
Austin, Tex., Feb. ,. 19, Governor
Hobby today signed . Sonfclo Bill No.
14, which iorbids the operation of
pool and billiard halls for profit ina
closing those places May 1. Bcforo
signing tho bills the Governor obtain-
ed tho opinions of tho Attorney Gen
eral's Dcnartment answered by First
Assistant W. A. Keeling, who net-'
vised thnt tho bill will not prevent tho
operation of pool nnd billiard tables
where no chargo is made for playing,
las in private homes, Y. M. C. A. Halls
and bona fidg social clubs. If a charge
is made for playing oven only to cover
tho cost of tho club and not intended
for profit, such prnctico will bo in vio-
lation of tho law.
A chargo per cuo by clubs en not
bo made after May .
Tho biggest failuro is tho man who
Is afraid to try.
At the First District Tcxau Bankers
A wiso merchants buys for his cus- Association Annual Convention in
tqmcrs, not himself. Houston today, A. M. Stubldeblno.
tuato tho "hog holes" on tho piko
representative of the War Loan Or-
Anothor ral n this week to perpo- ffanlzation of tho Eleventh Federal
uistrict salU, "Every banker should
assist by every means in Ms power
in tho producing of goods for export."
Luko McLuko says too many men "" V i . i V y l ,
make a big fuss over other people's J.lvcd taking In ono mother's wash-
children nnd then go homo and slap!",, wo"!d "ot ot vory.lteh, Utat di-
their own children. r"tly thn community ren.hr 1 cut
nna secured a bunrllo of laundry from
some other etv. Mimr wntiTil In mnlr.
Suppose that n Gusher was struck ,ng Bomo ,ocn, pr0f,ross itpmUttg of j
i.s 'u . !... u- nccd of thr,ft nmnng tho fnnncr8
oped-what accomoMlons in tho vny tho spcnker cmphnsj3,ed lfco , thnt
of hotel facilities could wo fitter the;thoU8nnds of fnrmcr3 HviJ out of tin
great throngs. Let us .mild that brick can3 instcnd of growing thu!r ,)rK,UC0
hotel bcforo tho oil bcom in on. for tho tab,C( nnd that thouannd3( os
- sibly millions of dollars worth of pro-
Considerable enthusiasm is being duco is nllowcd to spoil every year,
aroused by our wido-awnka citizens Thc bankers wero urged to spread
as to tho oil prospe-ts In this section. (thrift ideas among the farmers Bol-
Tho Tribune hopes that the tests will shovism, declared tho speaker can
bo made, nnd believes, that if deep not exist where government securities
wells aro drilled, oil will bo found nro freely sold, becnuso when .the
and in paying quantities.
State owes a man monoy he becomes
law and order. Referring to tho com-
, OnnnrHmlttr , f t,t- l.f " '""" ,u IaKer CXIirCSriCU mm-
once. If you failed to hear her call "1 ns ,mvl,nJ nb,30,ut wnfldenca in
just remember tho postofllco is around j? 8cnS0t of tki of,th Pev' f
the corner and tho postmaster is hls ". To say that tho Amcr-
thero waiting for you with n supply!'0 "P0 d, rdor vlctrV ""
ol 199 "W.S.S. Don't put off your
"visit. Drop around to see him today.
Ipeaco nnd then having received tho
goeds refused to pay for them, tho
speaker said was a criminal slander.
Tho highest trlbuto was paid to tho
unselfish attitude of the bankers in
If a few citizens of Bartlett would supporting tho government activities
go into tho proposition of building a
-rick hotel, as earnestly ns they do 0ur fellow citlzo"n,Dr. 7. . Benson,
on oil stock propositions, this would, ,B rcccivlng 80mo vcry dcacrv,.ltf cm.
soon have a "doozy" and wo expect 'plmcnta throughout Texas nnd other
better paying propos Hon. To say stntc8 for nctlvitfe8 Jn th, Unrtlctt
th least, tho capital invested could Nntiomi, PJg club nnd Holjteln CIub
bo located. Seriously, lets build alTho doclor hn8 dono u worl: for
Uwt mwi . aruUll, uuhhk .,his town nnd County nlontr theso
A minimum vaco mcasuro affect
tnx women nnd minors was nasscd to ' Every officer of tho Presbyterian
mprossmont by tho houso of tho Tox-'Cnurch is ur?cd to bo at possibly tho
as legislature This mcasuro provi- most important meeting of tho year
4fcs for tho organization of a com- nt tn rrcsbytorlan Church, Monday
missjon composed of two men nnd n evening, February 24 at 7:30.
w$mnn to Investignto tho various in-
UustricB nnd fix n minimum wngo Rov. A. F. Loftin will speak at Val
ndoriuatc to sunnlv womem and minora FVcrdn Sundnv mornintr. Dnvilln in tho
iht necessary cost of proper living afternoon end Althea nt night in the
ana mime nours oi worn consistent interest oi tno uopust Joynity isonix
With health nnd wolfaro of workers, drive.
I take this method of thanking one
and all who so generously gave me
their patronage during the past
As I have just returned from the
Eastern Markets and have-I think
made a wonderful selection of
Beautiful Hats, in fact the largest
selection of Spring Hats ever
brought to Bartlett arid I will al-
ways take the greatest pleasure in
showing them to you whether you
purchase or not.
ONE PRICE TO ALL
n'See me up ,sVirs'at The Gersbach-
Mrs. W. K Williams
And so is JARRELL, 'with the
Greatest line oL Suits, Capes,
Dresses, Skirts and Waists,, that
was ever shoWn in Texas at this
SEASON OF THE YEAR
We are at least 30 days ahead of
THE OTHER FELLOW. Our
garments are here NOW, wliile
they are waiting for theirs to
come in, and ours are selling like
HOT CAKES AT AN ELECTION,
which is proof, that the STYLES
and PRICES are RIGHT.
$5,000.00 worth of New Spring Suits, ranging
Price from $20 to $75
No two garments alike.
$3,000.00 worth of Capes, yes Capes, and we
want to say right now, that Capes are IT this
season. They are the prettiest things you ever
saw, and range in
Price from $14.75 to $49.75
$2,000.00 worth of New Spring Dresses,
made of Silk, and Georgette Combinations,
Georgette, Etc., in fact they are Dreams, every-
one of them,
Price from $1 7.50 to $65
$2,000.00 worth of Skirts and Waists and
Petticoats, right from the Show Rooms on 5th
Avenue, New York, all the-new shades and styles.
Prices to please everyone.
Prices to Please Everyone
We say without fear of Contradiction, thaj
we have more Ready-to-Wear on display in our
Show Rooms, than you will find in all the Dry
Goods Stores in BELL COUNTY put together,
This sounds like BOASTING; well that is exactly
what we are doing. We mean every word we
say, and have the merchandise to back it up.
We intend to i make this our
banner year in Temple.
JUST WATCH US.
NEW MISSISSIPPI STORE
ON THE SQUARE, TEMPLE, TEXAS '
' "The Store Ahead" SESSfflSSag
Wwf,rf'M ' "
Hftve you gotten th Jibit4. 4-
tondintc church? If not. Kt it Yen
t .- If- ""'" " W
CHURCH 'rOU, TAX PAYMKNtg
MOOT TOTAL SIX ftt
owe it to your Lord, to youmlfi to
your family and to your comennity.
Come and study tho Bible with us
nt 10 o'clock. Sermon nt 11 o'clock,
themo ''(The Temple. At 7i30 our
message will be evangelistic.
SkAltKS FHOM THE ANVIL.
1 People cannot do wrong nnd not
pay the prlco;
To him who wants to servo w,oighta
arc wings. ' t
Less theology nn'd mora knccology
is the need of tho Hour.
The greatest wcqpon in tho hands
of the devil to destroy Christianity
and to throttlo tho Holy Spirit is a
Tho course of Bolshevism lies deep-
er than bread and meat.
Tho cure for Boloshevism is tch en-
lightment' tho Government and tho
religion thnt teaches thnt man does 10. Florcnc'o
not llvo by brend alone. Bolshevism' 11. Gravis
is not nn ompty stomach to bo filled 12. Jnrrell
but a ennker of tho soul to bo cured., 13. Ake's Scu. II
Th-e complete record oi ppll tut
menta for Williamson Courttf'-
showrt by the books of TWJ Co!
Ed Bolding reaches C,W4. (H
number it is estimated that t(jtj
225 and 250 nrd Women. ,lThlH J' $'
year of botti ,AWir
2. Berry's Creek
4. Cedar Park
5. Pond Springs'
0. Liberty Hill
7. Gabriel Mills
8. Rock Houso
0. While Houso
Homer A. McCarty.
18. Rico's Crossing 82
Wo will havo very important sor
vice nt this church Sunday. Sunday 10. Schwortr.er
school nt 10 a. m. Morning servlco 20. Hutto
nt 11 n. m. Evening servlco 7:30 p. 21. East Tnylor
m. Sunday morning tho subject. "A' 22. Allison
Potcntinl Church," will bo discussed. 23. Round Rock-
Tho subject for tho evening1 sorvfeo, 24. Hopowoll
"A Gainful Loss." Wo nro nppronch 25. Bartlett
ing a season of supremo importnnco 20. Jonah
to our Httlo church in Bartlett nnd 27. West Tnylor
nil of tho members of tho church nro, 28. Pleasant Hill'
urged not to miss any of tho services 20. Georgetown
of tho church for tho next month.! 30. Wnlburg
You will mifs something if you aro v31. Boyorsvlilo
absent. All others nro cordlollv in-.2. Haro
J. M. Lewis, Minister.
The cntorrprlslng Arm of Lawrence
Bros., bought from tho Doering Gnr-
ngo this week two new Ford trucks:
ono for dollvcry in tho city. The othdr
largo truck to handlo their country
produce and freight shipment.
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Say "Thank you" ns if you mean it.
GOOD CLEAN PLACE TO GET
ANYTHING fOU WANT- . .
Service Unexcelled. Make "Your
wants known. Nothing.too
good for our Customers.
WE TAKE PARTIES AT ANY TIME
Phone 46 for your order
Wc Welcome You.
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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/m1/4/: 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.