The Bartlett Tribune and News (Bartlett, Tex.), Vol. 34, No. 28, Ed. 1, Friday, January 2, 1920 Page: 1 of 8
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iR. ft GATES, Editor and Pk.qp.
WLDIAMSON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY,' JANUARY 2, 1020. 1.O0 Ykak
VOL. XXXIV No.
February hasbeen elected
Church Month' and we urge tfiat every citizen may make an hones&effort to
-.attend public worship durn
ry. We we it to God, our homes and the church. BARTLnJTT PASTORS.
rjHE STAG PAOTT
A (band stream,
Bartfctt' Haw Tear Ms P-4r
we ft decided iwim fa evWMi
, t plalr, the losers were thoe )( wore
Th largest Mid meet epretlrtaMY,
hody of busiitces htm Mm eVet. "met
m, business eeaeiefl, antiwar HI on '
occasion " '-," '
The promoters of the movement
fhave every reason to be uraea
K6r the splendid response; given to the
llall Mid the great spirit with which
Ft watt entered into.
It was a sure enough get Whether
Ime and the whole community will
receive thB benefit. These occasions
r0 quite necessary if the best Inter-
i-la of the community aro to o
pbscrVed since thero H a tendency oh,
jo part of us all to disassociate auV-
Krca and narrow our visions to the
l!f thought, dwelling;
I things that partaln to
Hg id propnetic ot nig
I tLlnirS for tho Bartlett community" And,
' wrfflook forward with happy ahtfcjpa
iTon to some worth while lAln4bltfg
PHl'CUnillllBnwl. ) . w
i' . . . j r '
Not only dw we enoy a !eWJet
jut av mow spieMora iwkmw pryp
ed by the ladies of tlMXtlhMttt
Stanton Alien, City Mayor, was
Imutir of ceremonies ana urosHlca
witli his usual dignity. Vfot Mpore,
superintendent of schools was, tpnst-
tkntr the foil
of the population
An ktea of the
fcon allvewWT No
counted as llvlncr.
dead by the tfme mm et
nround to count them,,
bnlnnco this, no ntl
to babies who nro born on '
taking of the conWIi
Thd final nopulatlSHfM!
ni pf .Ian. It WJ
.In nddition to the! 8
tent, thero arc 273
and n heavy, clcrc.'i
fHatrift. On top of;,
KVcp n stair or 4,uwi,cn
fVnKiiK Buroilu at WMkl
'for months on tho tahiwafrl
figure brought in, vHli t
feWperts to make dlBes;id
Mi the facts ho collcctsT
,For tho first time
became a dcsccnntal
country, which was in1
Wopulation found to tot
will bo taken In winter.
Tho census wilt show
to necessary In tho rep
mj- m hd m
StEPS TAKEN TO CHBClC
WAVK OF CRIME IN BELL.
Temiile, Texas, D. 26-tVigoroiw
stp to combat a crime waive that
8EVEKAL MURDUR CASSK
DOCKETED AT GEORGETOWN.
Georgetown, Texae, Dec. 23. Crim-
inal district cowrt will convene In
has been sweeping over Bell county eorgetown Mondy, January C, and
in tho last few weeks have been taken among the several murder cases
by the officers' of the law. In tho past
seven days 63 criminal complaints
have been nicd In the county and dls
trict courts Involving 44 persons.
.Gambling, burglary, felony, forgery,
potty theft, false nwcaring and rcelv-
ing stolen property arc tho chief
charges. Much loot has been recover-
ed, ranging from from a llvo co'.t to
houso point, smoking tobaqeo and
docket for trial Is the case of Will
H fabler, a negro charged with the
murder of Jim Grejhflm, a white man,
at Moore3Vllte, Nov. 6, and transfer-
red to this county on change of venue
from Marlin by Judge Oltorf.
Sam Grcsnam brother of tho dead
tnan and y. W., Williams were woUnd-
cd at tno time oi tno uimcuicy ana
will bd among tho witnesses nt tho
trial of Hibblcr.
and '6i-Vcd U staU:, ,n Congress.
I. - lt. .ll-
.lOetfflcienUyinthfscnpacity, 1Urtf.WBn ' wrmuHon, y.
master of tho everting
loet emcienuy m whs cHii:ivy wyr ., , ,i ,
r t, llrn nt TVmnU dellvDrcd n tho size and" origin
' , ' . 'MARtilniliMH tn mm lavtrt
l.- .At- 4.UrtB- k sMJri-rtflf AM ywumwtfiw J". tiv
h. -nkWt ml our cowitVy, .Jft,vw e?tnt to.-which Ajii
"" " fc". rt'f . I i !. ,.. .. ..J.
Mt upon the early hist V our W BUCl:ceu
. . .. . i-if v u:.H i ww ' mnuiiic fcnvtri
fpnn ic, apoKe Mnwn?TA.,i'Z.ii.i. 'i i- ..-JSiLA-ini
TJi V.TJ i.JFM.41f IIBII HI1U III VIIVVNIVIKII-I W-"""f'(J
- 'iMtfon. Third, It will shWfsgU
I . -..
lour weaknesses, our av,
There were a''toniAr of after
dinner talk repreeentwg the varleua
conimunitjr inUreei. .
Permit the Tribune to suggest mat
ions time oe given next. yer w
ud table talks, when a number of
1 men can a pea ow- w. - ""
and emphalM Jth need of our town
.and the way out.
Wo were pieasea to nave, a nicq u-
loatlon from Temple and appreciate
most heartily tholr words of encour-
lifjcmcnt and praise.
Tho organiiatlon was mauo per
manent and E. M. Wjloon was unanl-
piously elected chairman lor tho
rTJiq' session was dismissed at mid-
rht and closed ona of tho most n-
arit events In Bcrlott'o history,
of the war years on the
and) give data for com!
bfrlh rato of famlliejf of
TEMPLE MEN, BUY FINE HOG.
Temple, Texas, Dec 25, W. G.
tundlcy nnd Georgo A. Cox of this
fty has invested $1100 in ensh In a
ig boned Poland-Chum bonr, "Busier
'ng," who weighs 000 pounds nnd is
months of age. Tho porker took
ird prizo nt tho National Swino
Sow at Dcs Moines, Iowa, this year
1 Is half brother of "Giant Buster
r," winner of tho champion grand
o at the Daljas fair this year and
h aftrrwards was sold for MOwO.
'vtfV. i r.rmk A invnrra iltT
'A31UK AtbfillO jiUUt
NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDER
BeHon, Jan. lCounty flick's
statethat there have been a number
of cases (JMed against automobile own-
ers of Bell county who ran thIr car
today 'without the payment of the 1M0
automobile tax and many other com-
plaints are expected to be filed during
the next few days,
Tax-collector Nelson and Deputy
Collector R, II. Taylor state that thelf
office has been a busy place during
the past several days on account of
tho Issuance of tho 1020 automobile
tax receipts. There hVc been regis
tercd to date 2424 automobiles for tho
TO OtWJANIZi tOTl) M4
CM Af LOMgpL
The ovcanisation 1 a Boy's Pic
Club has long been antfcrpat. fy
number of local people tat until re-
cently, when Jno, T. MeOarsan and C
M. Swimtey of the LeweU Stat
Bank took the matter in tend, tbera
had been nothing Ami Worthy 9,
mcnilon. It is eonaklared Wmecats
ary to endeavor to aune fee beriflts
to be derived from irtsrti an orgaiia-
tion either from a financial staiidrpoint
or otherwise. Those who "have been
observant of such matters have notic-
ed the wonderful successes" that have
been attained by the Bartlett Pier
Tho stockholders of tho Bnrtlott
State Bank, of Bnrt'ctt, Texas, will
hold tholr nnnual meeting nt the Bank
in Bartlett nt 10 o'clock on Thursday,
Jnnunry 8th, 1920, for tho purpose of
electing directors for incoming year
and to attend to such other business
as may como before them.
J. V. MORRIS, President.
year 1020 In Boll county nnd thero aro , Club which was started several years
fctl'J approximately 1,100 cars thotjngo on practically the same scale as
have not boon registered. Mr. Nelson Messrs. McCarson arid Swlnncy are
and JVIr. Tnylor stalo that they havo planning to organize- the lioy'e ' If lg
nc icost 4uu nppixnuons ror tno iuzo u;ub, ot Lomcta
Kv. Bntto, of Grnnldviow hns ac
cepted n call to tho pulpit or tho
BrcsWterlan church of this city which
ccn vacant for tho past fow
months, owing to tho resignation of
Rev. J. M. Lewis.
Tribune joins in extending the
stOr and family a cordial we
IMERS MILL WEDDING,
The regular annual meeting of the
shareholders of tho First State Bank
of Jarroll, Toxns for the election of
directors and) tho transaction of such
other business as may como before t,
hwlll bo hold pt its ofllco In Jarroll
Toxns on tho second Tuesday In
January 1020 nt 10 o'clock a, m.. Tho
Karoo being the' 13th day.
"j. A. COMUR., Cashier.
JANUARY TERM OF
v COURT Tt
At tho honle of tho fcrldoa parents,
f. hnd Mrs. w. r, ,uinaann, near:
lijrliott.jon Dec 22, MJ?s 13una Linde-
uumn waa united in morriago to Mr
o. A.'Drere'lwat, of San, Antonio.
If was a boMrttful quiet homo wed-
I mr flnly ' tho Inmdia,te relatlyea
ud trmd we ,contract(ng natties
!oiue nraacnt. The brido M wo of
aft-rtle"tt'8 esWmed yowuj, ladies, ,wb
has inpny friend to wish her and! 0e
one of her chorlce' a life of supreme
ippiness, The newly wed couple
311 i1m Ban Antonio their home.'
Belton, Dec. 30. Next
January 5, tho district cour
county for tho Jununry term
veno and tho grand Jury wll
pnnelcd. On Tuesdny, Janun
10 o'clock a. m,, tho appenram
et will n'.sp bo collcil at this to
it is announced, that if cou:
pot present upon tho pall of ihib JjjCk
ot, giving tno assurance mat im
will bo disnosod of or good a
shown why tho samoicon not bo dis-
posed of at tls orm of court, tho
Bomo will bo dlsmlssod.
Tuesday, Jan. C, pi 1:30 o'clock p.
ll set In one assignment' to bp called
at suid tfmo in tho order in whlcli
thoy uppear on tho docket,
attorneys nr6 notififed .to bo jiresent
At tho ca'l of th'a'docWetSnd to have,
their case pwsparetKfor tr)al. Tho
court states that no case will be con-
tinued unless good cause t shown.
Dec. 25, Misa Myrtle Smith
lers Mills was united i mar-
istcrdny afternoon by Rev. J.
1 pastor of the Baptist church
ICarlin Jackson, also ofxtho
Mill community. They havo
friends who wish for them
pund prosperous life.
Tho city council has
Harvy Williams night policeman, vice
Jim Seal, who resigned to engage In
farming. Mr. Williams is a splendkl
gentleman and will make a good
tax on hand at present that havo
been sent to them through tho mails
and these receipts nrc being mailed
out in their order to tho applicants.
Tho tatf colfcctora forco has been busy
day and rilght writing up th receipts
but it is stated that so many over the
County waited) until the last fow days
before, thoy mado their application it
will be several days yot before they
will be caught up.
It is understood that the county and
justice officials will enforce the state
highway laws and tho person who
runs his cor without his 1020 distin-
guishing seal wilV bo subject tofproa-
ecutlon. It is stated) thnt this applies
i to ovcry person whothor ho has made
application for his tax through the
malls and has not yet received his
numbei: or whether ho has not mado
any attempt to pcy the tax. Accord-
ing (so the law the car has to nave the
ocalen It, before It can bo run wlth-
apyefatotl 'out violation of the law.
iMcsdamcs Andersonvand Patton of
Waco were guests of Mrs. L. B Mor-
ris during the hoUdays.
P.A STORS' ASSOCI ATIQN
,' . ELBCTS OFFICERS.
HdlXAND FARMER INJURED '
ti IN, A RUNAWAY.
1 B8T IN.JieLKNANAN COUNTY.
Way Texas, Nov. 21st, 919,
Dt, T. B,, Betnaen,
Dear Dr. Bewan:
In W"dy yMf WWer t Nl'-
i ber 14th, wiH y that I w JfWto
Mt the papew on the hoc we pw-
, t tern j ff our Harrlao n
f (Bttb. I haw htm the other clay aad
ta y cwwUd JomBt h la wmm-
lHeaably the beat boar la MeLe-Ana
.Owntv jtte atamU uprtabt, V ?-
pfetMi are hA to.wake H in
bnfr atM.f w W
nu-fttd th ohr day.
If I can inm yatt at ahy' Vme,
h-feMe cotnmaaU me, ,
Holland, Tox., Dec. S8-WUr North-
em.1 a well known farmer who lives
about four miles west of Hol'-aml, was
very painfully Injured yeslierday when
his mulee became frightened at a
ca rand ran suddenly, throwing Mr.
Northern from the wagon. Tho wagon
was wrecked and Mr. Northern was
pinned underneath It, breaking three
lfibs and received seyeral flesh
wound, Me 1 reported resting well
J BBLL COU
BeH comtT friitwndl ijftW fnuuW &te
year priorut && yUkoWa
DEATH AT FLORENCE,
Floroace, Tex., Dec 2t Mrs, Bruer
Pumll died at her kearva hre Tues
day afternoon t S o'clock, el ya few-
hours -aftr the death of her infant
daughter. The two were laid to eet
(ft the saine eaafcet Wdnsdy after-
T.om in the WhaholMe ceraetery,
8bo leave a IswsfcUaa iree' small
chkM a' fatfcar id eltNr, &
haet of frtaads. o '
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At a recent meeting of the Pastor's
Association officers were elected for
thfij coming year. Rev, Homer A.
MCarly' was reelected as chairman.
Th'ie 'la the third time Bro. McCarty
has been honored with this office. O,
F. Kattner was reelected to serve as
secretary. Tho chairman has been
naked' to prepare a paper on religious
education to bo read before f,bo as-
sociation nt tho next meeting. At thp
next mcet'ng it was decided to use
February' as go to church month.
Tho pastor earnestly entrust every
one who can possibly do so to attend
servjeca during tho monj:h of February'
Tho reporter Is informed that
Jnnuary l0tht 1020, ifherst, meeting
oi tno uiuu win oe ite-M,' at the rae
Opera Houso at which time County
Accnt A. L Smith, wilt he preacnt,
nccompained by Dr, Benson, Presi-
dent of the. Bartlett Pig Club, and
Edwin Houston of the State Swine
Breeder's. Dr. Benwm, besides ad-
dressing thoaa present will have 2,000
feet of moving pictures which ware
taken, at the Bartlett Fair this Fall,
showing the fine swine, that were
raised by the boys who are jnewbera
of tho Pig Club. This pfcta;
shown froo of charge son
Jng tho afternoon of Jx
tho exact hour not, having1
termined". It has been shown by
BcnsOn In the larger cities of the
stato and has attracted a great deal
of attention at evety town whit 'tbe
people have had th,good fortune of
seolng it. There wfll also bo numer-
ous other piafaramt speakers oa,
hand and' fronj plana the
program wiH JHHIMMHMMrdt the
Lometa State Sank is got!
the boys in purchas-mg the flues?
ootainauie ana is gomg to sponsec
tno proposition from etort to finish 1
PASSING OF SMtg. SANDERS.
MRS. N. M. REED ILL.
Mra1. E, B. Bridges received a mes
sage yesterday that her mother, Mrs.
N, M. Reed was not expected to llvo
through Jtho day. Mrs Reed1 ves at
Holfand, Tex., but is now vfsltlng her
brother, Park Thompson near Gates-
vTe, T,cx. Her two sons, J. M. Reedr
of Weed, N. M., and W. W. Reed of
Balls, Tex., are both at her bedWde
Temple Telegram. ,
Mrs. E. C. Haeber entertained a
few young fp'ks at a, d'nner dlance,
and watch party Wednesday niht in
After a protracted illness, Mrs
Susan L. Sanders passed to her rel
ward nt tho homo of her dtaughterl
Mrs. E. W. Curling, BartlOtt oh "Dccl
28, 1010, at thu ago of 6 years tl
months nnd 0 days.
Deceased was born Rt Dndevilli
Ala. In 1850, married to Mr.
Snndera in 1871. She Joined.
Baptist church at Bowie, Tctfa
18S5, since which fchno sh'hasJN
. I m
initniui servant, slid tloasesstl
cheerful disposition and had kil
consideration for othorsi She was
faithful and loving companion.
During her long Illness, eho novor
complained but Hore her autforing
patiently. Her husband turviVM her.
Tlio body was sent Howio In whkh
town the funeral at Ttu? First Bap
tist church was held by her former
,The remains rest W the pi
Ono of the hol'dar
honor of her son who will return tonoto was performed at ElUrigj
Echool the last of the week. Mr, red Breihan StW Ml
Th086 preeent were Mlstea Edna Wacker took upon
Wilson, Rith Lewis, Ruth Harlan,
Katherin Allen, Xlirabeth Bailey,
Ollle Kn'ght, Ollie Mao JIaeber,
Messrs 'Robbin"Fowr, Tf R, Fowler,
Tom Allen, Mar'en Hardin, Xarnest
Ward, In, Russell Uaeber.',,
I The grooi
ywi(i nnn on
bonds of matrimony.
tho Son of IL A. Bv
our successful farmers
Miss Tilllc Wacker lia the dau-i
of John Wacker of lUiaa-W. Shi
Wd'l known to Bartlafct- people, huN
taught in our publW schools, Shd
an accomptibed yiang My
Tribune wiehes thent proaparltl
CHAGBS QV SWINDLING
te't tho town folks resolve to Aoi
their shw'ng during tha "week in
stead of waling unttt Saturday. By Bolton, Doc, 30,-r,,flup rmh
ao dlotmr t aurchaaor will dotho flled in tho justice court Jiero
( .-----.-i'-'i. J . .-- rf m tm
jflp"chant a favor and also get better, 0Bnst Kouorp jonnson xor i
fseryTce, jdofinson W cha-rged with iw
on three difl
YTlie first National Pig 0"wb at Sch- f BW county. Hi
,wertner la Jnjf fe by a shoff ;. -was set at3Q0
KTftlIWIfi r-BTfMfwa.J wl wi e?s mm fiuewaai - -" -m. ---r-r- T--.
Mb an elaborate afahr. Tha, pt-:fa.
mlttm Ust will appear fat net weans
reciiof laat year .
Iprour lass. ,
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Cates, R. F. The Bartlett Tribune and News (Bartlett, Tex.), Vol. 34, No. 28, Ed. 1, Friday, January 2, 1920, newspaper, January 2, 1920; Bartlett, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth49154/m1/1/: accessed October 21, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Bartlett Activities Center and the Historical Society of Bartlett.