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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 2 January 1914

tifflKr AND NEWS " 5'.j to . It R.F. GATES, Editored 'Proprietor h 'BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JAN. $ 1914'. ' $1.00 Per Year. VOL. XXVIII. NO. 23 - , , . . . wJ f. W MURDER AT v HEIDENHE1MER. Temple, Texas, Dec. 28. -With six fractures in the back of the skull, any one of which would have been sufficient -to have caused death, the body of H. J. Parker. 48 years old a bachelor and merchant, was found in a pool of blood in his store at .2$elidenheimer this morning at 8"o";lock. An attempt had been made to burn t"h'e body. The clothes were burned from the body and the flesh had slipped from the bones in places. The facial features were noc burned beyond recognition, Parker is believed to have been killed Friday night between 9 and 10 o'clock. Neighbors say they heard a scuffling noise in the store at that time. The store remained closed all day yester- day. Parker has been in the habit of closing his store and leaving it occasionally. Neighbors became uneasy and force...

Publication Title: Bartlett Tribune And News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 2 January 1914

FW, i i mm F I Be On Tke Safe Side and insure your property against loss. I represent several of the best companies doing business and want you to call and figure with nm Will Insure Automobiles at 2 per cent JACOB The Tribune And News FRIDAY, JANUARY 2 1914 The Tribune wishes everybody a prosperous, happy time during 1914. Of course there will be sorrow come to some, but may they not be life-blotting, The Taylor Daily Press, is the latest exchange to our table. It is a sprightly journal edited by Geo, Tucker, formerly of Brenham. who is one of the best newspaper men in the state. Success to the new venture. Senator C. W. Taylor, of the Rogers News, will be a candi- date for.re-election for state Sen- ator, from the district composed i of Bell. Coryell, Hamilton and iBosque counties. As far as the Dribune knows he will have no jqsitipn; hg has made a faith ful servahtT The Camysron Herald is now owned and' edited by State Sena- tor H. B.' Terrell, of West, who is also proprietor of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 2 January 1914

W . Ill III I . . I II '.. . , I II I 11 - T - T - '-- -' T1 I" " ' '" "" y-.... , ... ....... - A'i Tiimiii I'lmiiimBNiiiimiiiiii iiiiiim mii Minimi im ihin.-iiiii 1-irn i 'i i i i i ' Illl llll I III" ' '.' """nrTT-TTnnrrnTirilllf I'llfl HII I llllllllll I llllimill inOTTITlWltlir I in mmwi niiiniMMiiiiiiMiiM i iiii niirr n i ' ..- 1. , " mmmmnmwmwmmwmmmwmiKMwmmm A- IV , 1 On account of Wet Weather, and Impassable Roads, during the past week, we are giving you the the Greatest Safe of New Merchandise ever held in Bartlett. Lots of goods will be Sold for Less Than Half, some for less. Don't let anybody or anybody's word keep you from seeing the Bargains. Come, and you will open your eyes. No Choice of Ours Plain Facts, The Goods Must be Sold LookLadies Cloaks At less than the cost of the material $19.75 Cloak..vA . ,...,$14.90 17.50 "',....... ...'. 9.80 15.00 ,k 8.75 10.00 " 6.75 7.50 " 4.25 8.25 " 4.80 v Sweater Coats For right now when you need them $4.50 all Wool Sweater ; $3.5...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 2 January 1914

T h e T r i b u n c .And News FRIDAY, JANUARY 2 1914 Let one of your New Year resolutions be thai you will pull with the crowd for tho better- ment of Bartlott. Thousands of green bugs have been found by government entomologists in the fields in the western part of Denton county. ' The passing out of the Old Year and the welcoming of the New Year was fittingly observed in Partlett, in tho usual world- wide custom. The total number of suicides in the United States during this year was 13,106 an increase of 25 over tho previous year. Twice as many men as women killed themselves. Physicians as usual lead professional men with thirty-four. Yesterday was the first day of the new year, and during all the past eleven years the editor of P the Tribune has resided in Bartlett; he never witnessed, (or experienced) as much ac- tivity in financial circles, and as little accomplished. The money panic is not in it. The Tribune starts the new year with the kindest feeling to- ward all mankind, esp...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 2 January 1914

'SWPJ .',. F nmxmmBwmmm .jv . May the new year (1914) , bring for H one and all of our friends and patrons a full measure of prosperity . , .. . ' MAKE OUR STORE YOUR STORE BARTLETT HARDWARE COMPANY lOCALand PERSONAL IW. W. Walton made a business to San Antonio tbis week. ft E. Franz, who has been in ie Temple Sanitarium, returned ime this week, and is able to on the streets. Chas Wilson, of Oenaville, Ivas here Tuesday on business. LIV-VER-LAX, the liver regu- ltor, Ask Condra & Blair. W. T. Shirley has moved from Sear Alligator, to the M. B. lairston farm, on Donahoe, jouthof'town. Calomel. Calomel, you cannot itay for LIV-VER-LAX has tiown us an easier way. ask londra (SfBlair, R. S. White' has accepted a bsition with the Bartlett Hard- ire Co., and asks all his friends flo. call and see him. Mr. W. D. Gox of Thorndale lhas accepted a position with the Mutual Lumber Co., of this city. Miss Olga Briehan who has )een spending the holidays with relatives here, returned to C. I. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 2 January 1914

-S X "4 '6 X OWH-vmWVlHWWVilVlMrtUya'rtVrtMVlVI'rtrtWVJ I J s i We wish to thank our patrons for their business last year, and for the confidence they placed in us. We have tried to deserve the CONFIDENCE of thf nnrnmunitv bv using in our preparations and prescriptions only the purest, freshest drugs. We verily every ir.avi4iuuii w ii. munv v iiao- takes. And WE NEVER SUBSTITUTE. S Come to OUR Drug Store $ LEATHERMAN DRUG COMPANY f tVMWWJWMKW LOCAL NEWS. Miss Inez Bell returned to Round Rock Saturday to resume her work in the High School there. Miss Anna Lindsey of Granger visited relatives here the past week. te- - . . . Good cooking butter-Jduc per lb. The Gersbach-Wacker Co. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Kuler of Temple were the guests of rel- atives here Sunday. H. J. Scharnberg made a busi- ness trip to Temple Monday. Mesdames Fred and Joe Scharn- berg visited in Austin the past week. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Wolfen- berg returned home Sunday from San Antonia, where they spent the holidays visi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 2 January 1914

fJBTf' "" MT"" On account of the continued bad weather we have had our stock of Winter Goods is not as low as it should be. Therefore we have made some prices that -should move them at once. e in aturda f I I HI '9 an Jan ,7 anu OSS our Entire Stock is Reduced from 20 per cent to 50 per cent, with the exception of Staples and Stetson Hats. Dress Goods Including Messalines, Wool Goods, Silks, " Crepes, Crepe De Chine 20 pel? cent discount. SHOES Our entire stock of SHOES will be ori Sale at . 20 per cent discount. - Boys Clothing AN D Overcoats You will find some exceptional luea at regular price but we want to cUfmup. JJALF PRICE A, Men and Boys' HqlIs This is one time you can buy one of the best grade of HATS at a big saving. Priced $1 to $3.50. At Half Price. No reductions on Stetsons. Men Furnishings Shirts, Underwear, Hose, Neckwear, Hand- chiefs, and Suspenders At 20 per cent discount. 1 R 1 Blankets and Comforts 1 Ki The very best grade of Wool and Cotton Blankets At 20 per ce...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 2 January 1914

U II 11 ft 'V tf? . $r . r . i -r &i ? .. tT -s TJU. ,.,.? slIMK' y '., ' tr ' v ; - & v rii.H iubs ao i th" X ft "V v - t,r . W ' I r ' ' '0 . ,rvi v 'v -v- J' . M( V Vf. ?r -' J?-.,1 K . :rt C H! t , '' n ?IF v ' Tii , ' L .? If .W "WU$$ $r 1 "A W-: 1. WftV iv :i 'V ;; . . Vf ,V l ir J If ., f t v " I I r New Years Greeting -L v. . , ; .) , f m ' . . , Thic ic irlif CAcnri rfcf Arkrhr1ir211 'iffy j."..'"" vSyv,TT.uv, i f3l We, extend1 o.ues to everybody;, to.: those who buy our goods, and to those who don't; evento thoseif there areany who say they never - will buy them. i There is always room in this world for good wishes and we - v - v want you to accept J ' ours.- ' '' Here's to you and your family,- may' you live long andproperf , - " May we count, on you as one of our 1914 satisfied customers? m- FLJ I LIE HWHWWMIfWrtMWtfMBII iea , 1$ 1 L' ' ! ;t . m : ' 4' - . if ' vt', T . '$ 1 ' fit S . '& , ' V, , Hi 1 ' i-im t f ij '.,fC 'P&tk m i Sfy MS -IB -- .,-. m IV-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 9 January 1914

o r Ai 'A-. AND NEWS ifiyyip , , . ., ,- . j ... ., , --. . , , . , . . ... ... . . , . GATES, Editor and Proprietor ; BARTLETT, WILLJAMSON COUNTY, JfEXAS, FRIDAY, JAN. 9,, 1914. $1.00 Per Year. VOL. xiMl.fGT TON BURNED AT rho Tribune;,, '' ire destroyecif.184 bales ,of Ion on the platform here last I j... j . f 'rf uruay, auppusea to-" aav& ?ht from a passing engine bales of it belonged to' the' frell Mercantile Co. atid'M. es to the Southern States Cot- Corporation. tfhe first Quarterly Gonfer- t:e for the current year .was d here Saturday by Presiding jerT. S. Armstrong, Finances be pretty well lup. ..Rev, Bnstrong preached Saturday lit and Sunday at lla.'-m., liinsterhig the sacrament of Lord's supper at the 13,;a.",'m. pock service. . -.' B. L. Brown and wife of Bart- It visited at the home of Justice' m JjBjter and wife Sunday; liflRlyrtico O'Neal enter leva f( -- Policeman Shoots Mexican luj Fa few of her friends last iday evening ;in honor ofjh.er' and. Mr. Chas. Garrett...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 9 January 1914

IMSaMMMMMMHI FIRE Be On The afe Side and insure your property against loss. I represent several of the best companies doing business and want you to call and figure with me. Will Insure Automobiles at 2 per cent A Citizen's New Year's Resolution. Mother and Daughters. JACOB ISAAC, JR. The Tribune And News FRIDAY. JANUARY 9 1914 Now is the time for all good men to pay their poll tax. Three good resolutions for the "people of Bell county: First - Build m a c'a d a m i z e d roads, Second Build macadamized roads. Third Build macadamized roads. The latest census reports show , that there are 13, 669, 645 fowls in this state and about three-fourths of them are egg producers. The annual production is 77,845,047 dozen eggs, with a farm value of $11,943,546. The yearly poultry production is 25,655,356 fowls, valued at $7,481,165. Tib entirely too much hos- pward the railroads of our By tne people, xne rau- rhave done more toward the lopment of Texas than any 'enterprise, and thev should.) e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 9 January 1914

,' Start the New Year Ridit B: h di making the BARTLETT SHAVING PARLOR your dquarters, where everything is first class and up-to to. We want your busines. a A. F. TAYLOR, Prop. Iiotte. 88. -:- Ladies' .Hair Dressing a bpeaalty. Held a Good Roads Meeting 1EAD, THE DICTIONARY TWICE Advocate A "Get-Together'' I as, Tex., Jan 3. -A "get- er" proposition for Texas Mtionists was tonight sub- ii by Cullen F. Thomas of to Lieutenant Governor is ana comptroller w. r. gubernatorial candidates. thomas reviewed the meet- ist summer for elimination 111 except one prohibition lidate, disclaiming any part (proceedings or any parti- linterests therein. He said if es or Lane could offer a eerJ plan tnan tnis, xexas locrats would welcome it, that he stood ready to help 'If Judge Walker's limittee is satisfactory," Imas' statement said, let's rganize it." Be then made these two pro- itions as his harmony plan.- istMay..B1 Lane and himself submit their candidacies to all prohibition Democrats of cas, a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 9 January 1914

. . ' , , ' - 4 , '. ', .'"'. i P- tUr V ;- the Tribune And News FRIDAY, JANUARY 9 1914 Political Announcements THBjfrUBjttiE.is authorized to -Sfifnounce tho following candi- dates for office, subject to the action of democratic primaries: BELL COUNTY. For Supt. Public Instruction: P. L. Stone. The cotton business was rotten all round in 1918. It seems. A prediction: Cullen Thomas will'notbo elected governor of Texas in 1914. Tbe supreme court has declar- ed that the local option of pool halls is' constitutional. The overflowed lands of Texas in 1913 mav be the Egypt of Texas in 1914. Who knows? Let each of us resolve that we will scatter more flowers among tho living during the year 1914. Bartlett merchants believe in printer's ink 365 days in the year. Watch the Tribune for "live wires." One instance where the early bird will not get the worm. We refer to Mr. Lane's candidacy for governor of Texas. The farmers are busy getting ready to raise another crop of ' 'fifteen cent cotton...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 9 January 1914

IMIMUMBMMVttlttlMIl juu-WiunwuiJUa-nr-Timr njumrrrmntirinffi irmi mnrnii t MM Notice. i i fe t. Jf f :,- v. '. '! Do Not Cast Your Old Hats Aside We can Clean, Bleach, Dye, Trim, Reshape and Reblock the old hat and make same over new, thereby not only; improving appearance of same but it will look and, wear like a new hat and at the same time save you money. Wo are very anxious to locate our bookB on Mexico; these books wore donated by MrB. J. At' Stockton from the Literary Do- partment to the Library; any of the Literary members who have or know anything pertaining to said bosks will please return or notify Librarian. KELLER TH At Texas Tailoring Go. EOCALand PERSONAL TAILOR Jackson Building. Gus Beils of near Schwertner Remembered the Tribune this eek. Ellis Ware has the thanks of he Tribune for a renewal. The hum of E. S. Thompson's ;gin was the attraction last Wed- . msButjy. Calomel, Calomel, you cannot stay for LIV-VER-LAA has shown us an easier way. Ask Condra & Blair. G....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 9 January 1914

!?'. m, ,r,i , j!igy ljfl'W'"f1' . ffiiiWiruMwimnmiiMBiHiiiiM IBM Iffl II MWf HMW MIMItlllijpBBWBWWWIWMW)g , ' ' ' ' ' "'' ' -' -Xv t, , ',"? yj '''H.'W rfO .' "-'', ,!"., "-ir" ',,''. 'i - ' . LOCAL NEWS. i R. T. Tatum, of near Temple, was here last Saturday. Architect Patterson, of Temple, was a Bartlett visitor last Satur- day. Mr. and Mrs. Hayden Perry visited at San Gabriel the past week. Miss Gladys Matthews return- ed to Waxahachie Monday, after a visit to her parents. Ladies! have those kid gloves cleaned at Bartlett Tailoring Co., Phono 347. Many of the farmers, where the condition of their land will permit, have commenced break- ing for another crop. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Strauss of Schwertner were here Sunday, jute home, from a visit to rel- 5rndale. rat old hat to us and re it look like a new rtlett Tailoring Co. Rudasill returned to Kes at State Saturday. land Mrs. L. E. Bartlett ed in Granger, Wednesday, Quests of Mr. and Mrs. Eldia Misses Anice Jenkins and La- ferne Cates...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 9 January 1914

ten & -- .; ADFORD'S PLATFORM Ex-President of the Farmer's . Union Outlines Legislative Needs of Farmers, MARKETING AND HELPING THE TENANT FARMER THE PARA- MOUNT ISSUES. .' Ifort Worth, Toxaa. -Replying to - 'many requests to iun for Governor, .Peter Eadford gavo out tho follow- fixwrslatement: "My duties with tho National and jfjtate Jfttrmera' Union, I consider, present a wider field for rendering ijrafilio wrvlco than that afforded by iUi Governorship of Texas, Many -ibings aro possiblo through mutual eo-operation that con not! bo acoom- pliBhed through legislation and I Oonsldor It my duty to work in thiB -broader flold, "Onr government has been run by city men and agriculturists whose iknowledgo of forming has been ac Stirred by looking through tho will- ows .of Pullman cars and while tho 'Ifermer bearB tho brunt of taxation, 'owns tho larger per cent; of property !rad soventy-six per cent of our pop- lation lives in rural territory, ho has ilittlo voice and receives compar...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 9 January 1914

map r " !,.'.' ..ii tf ' ' .'. " ' " ' ' i i'Tih? jji1 ' '' '"," ' ' ' '" ' '' ; j - rj , -- n- imiy!,, . .,:,.,..,, ,,, ,, , u..,.., . .j" , , . , . jh. Ri XX. il "Miss Beautiful" is ringing in our reduced January prices. RIGHT NOW is the very best time to buy. Our stock-of Winter Goods is yet big and our reduced prices mean BETTER goods for you for little money. Winter has scarcely be- gun; you yet have along time to use and enjoy high quality things you can now buy for a low price. mm n Blankets R.ediced Blankets worth $6.00 a pair, for this sale" marked at.., -.. Blankets worth $5.00 a pair, for thiB sale marked: at :: ...!. $4 $3 $2 'Blankets worth $4.00 a pair, for this sale marked at : .,...:.... Blankets worth $3.50 a pair, for this sale marked) at ,(;. Blankets worth $3.00 a pair, for this sale marked at ,1;.. Blankets worth $2.25 a pair, for this sale marked . at riPlnnlfnfo -rvrrtvfh CO C( n nniw -Prs tit? a enln Win1rnl M vjLtckjmi,o ivuibii pjjv pan aui biuo oaic luuinc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 16 January 1914

V V S. , Hrrwt.ii ' .-v,. 4 . . . ' 1 vL3!Afi&1 1 AND NEWS 55Ste R. ft CATES, Editor and Proprietor BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY, 'TEXAS,' FRIDAY. JAN. 16, 1914. $1.00 Per Year. VOL. XjJCVIII.' NO. r if , 38p iW tLrx nfurp y 3SC533V' HOLLAND WANTS GOOD ROADS. Belton, Texas, Jan. 14. A large delegation of citizens of '.the Holland precinct were here " today consulting with the county '' ontYitYiioainnPi'S nnd lnnlfinor iin jpield notes un good roada pre- cinct No. 6. This precinct will include Hol- land, Vilas and SDarks and will make a wedge which will fit into the four county precincts already organized, meeting the Bartlett prdcinet on the sout and extend ingte the Biirgess-Heidenheimer Temple and Belton precincts on the north. Commissioner McLean is happy , l .nt.n.. 4-Uir, wnim rid If mill rtllf n uvci uuo iiiuvc aa au nm nub graveled road beat the graveled j, highway extending from Bartiett it , to xempie, The parties here to look after the questions relative to the Hol- lan...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 16 January 1914

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 16 January 1914

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 16 January 1914

at iHtffi.yB SHJSKfBC 282? Do Not Cast Your Old Hats Aside We can Clean, Bleach, Dye, Trim, Reshape and Reblock the old hat and make same over new, thereby not only improving appearance of same but 'it will look and wear like a new hat and at the same time save you money. KELLER THE TAILOR At Texas Tailoring Co. Jackson Buiiding. m EflM Woodpeckers Running Hogs to Death , lnter. TW. Dec, 31. -Woodpeckers on the farm of Allen M rtin, ne.".r here, are running th hogg tc death. Thrjy are not actually chasing the animals, but Martin's fears ar well based. 'fir- Several months&go the farmer ' r had a bad case of bronchitis and jjjt' could, hardly talk above a Whis- r per, It was m cessary for him to .' call the hogs to feed and he finally began to rap upon the fence with a stick to attract their attention. The hogs got use to this and responded with alacrity. Now, however, the woodpeckers are numerous and their continual hammering attracts them pell mell from one tree to another, whe...

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