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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 10 April 1914

imttt piW- kkdW3 l nrfftfkB) l ! AND NEWS R. P. CATES, Editor and Proprietor BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY. APRIL 10, 1914. $1.00' Per Year. VOL. XXVlII. NO. 37" mm w v L fc: ft si tf re rt f &.. ri f 5A I " & V RESULT OF THE CITY ELECTION. One of the most Ihotly contest- ed, and one of the cleanest, elec- tions ever held in Bartlett was the contest last Tuesday for city officers, the race for mayor beinp the center of attraction. May- or Kelley's opponent. Mr. Lucas Rowntree, gave him the closest race of his political career. Both are pood men and, as attested in the recent election, have many loyal friends. Following is the vote cast: FOR MAYOU L. Rowntree 140 E. F. Kelley 147 FOR CITY ATTORNEY J, V. Morris 287 FOR TREASURER W. E. Cox 286 FOR CITY SECRETARY W.D. 'Smith G8 W. H. Messer 68 J. Dodt 150 FOR MARSHAL J. J. wells 46 K.'b. Dickerson 240 ' FOR ALDERMAN M. L. BoldinK ' 148 C. Talley 78 w. L, Stokes 169 J. E. condra 225 T. P, Robinson 189 Runaway Acciden...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 10 April 1914

foe Tribune C0NSTRUCT1VES FAILED-TO MEET. And News . -1 FRIDAY. APRIL 10,1914 Too many people occupy their time in making crosses upon which to crucify their fellow-be inR. We have no patience what over with these man-made crosses nor men who make them It is simply the result of fanaticism. The Dallas Evening Journal, of Dallas, made its first appearance on April 1. It is published by A. H. Belo & Co., of the Dallas News, and is a newsy sheet. The Tribune predicts a success in every paticular for the promoters. Why it is that the Tribune is never furnished with an election notice for a school trustee elec- tion to be held we do not know. There is not another town or city in Texas where the local news- paper is not only furnished with such notices, but required to print them, when properly sign- ed. It is due the public. Oscar W. Underwood, one of nation's most prominent Demo- cracts Tuesday again proved the choice of the people of Alabama I for the senate, by defeating his oppon...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 10 April 1914

r'vr W. C. T. U. Mees. On Thursday April lat, tho W. C. T. U. met in the hospitable homo of Dr. and Mrs. Schoffela, Prt'sliyterlal Elects Officers Georgetown. Tex., April 2.- The Fresbyteriul .of the Centrnl Texas Presbytery after unnni- with twenty members and two j moualy selecting Cameron as the jurtrtf Aff0Hri0t!rn. nace or meeunerin marcn, ivm. VIDlkUiO lieccuu 4ilH,4ufuvivii- r al exercises, the roll was called and the njunes of Messrs Mc- Carty, Rhodes and Lassiter as new membes. others under seri- ous conviction, We want to urge our friends, for the cause of a dry Texas, not to wait for us to see you and press our cause, but send your name to Messrs Laughlin, Talbot, Fowler. Rogers Or Robinson. We believe there is no oigani- 7aticn complete without the cor- poration of our husbands, so we earnestly desire each member to hring the name of her husband v sweetheart as an honorary member of the W. C. T. U. on the first Thursday in May. As the State Convention meets at Greenville...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 10 April 1914

ryitXjTTrj, , " . . . ltoimwMurviri HERE GOOD PEOPLE, Is a Lumber yard filled from stem to stern with the best lumber and building material. While nothing keep3 better than well seasoned lumber, we bought it' to sell to you to keep. Prove its LASTING QUALITIES We Sell at the Right Prices Lumber, Lath, Posts, Shingles, Sash, Doors, Blinds, Cement Lime. Plaster, Roofing, Brick, Etc. Etc. MUTUAL LUMBER CO. The Tribune And News FRIDAY, APRIL 10,1914 Could Not Find Time Editor Prank Cates of ! the Bartlett Tnbunk has been soli- cited to make the race for Alder- man in the little city of Bartlett. After anetition had been signed including every man in the city and many who resided in the ad- jacent territory, Frank modest- ly declined to serve, or allow his name to be used by reason of. the fact that business was too press- ing in the land and printing busi- ness. Temple Mirror. We had the time alright, Bob. bat inasmuch as we have been accused of being a land grafter, we didn't want to p...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 10 April 1914

ifT j i. -u&. mwiM!MniniiiiniiiiiiiriiiiHM ATTRACTIVE MILLINERY AT MISS ROBERTS! We have our Immensely Large Clean SWek of Goods OVED to the most centrally located Btand in the cltv on corner Mnin Street and Central Avenue. Our main motive is to be the center of at- traction In MILLINERY, by giving you the most attractive hat for tho money. MOVED TO KYLES OLD FURNITURE STAND Wehavo a .large beautiful apartment of conveniences that will make ydu comfortable. Come of ten, est and wait for your trains or automobiles BEAUTIFUL PATTERNS AND TAILORED HATS Asusual you'll find correct styles and at prices to suit all. Pages of dif- ferent newspaper advertising would fail topicttiro to you tho in- dividuality and beauty of our high class millinery offering. You must sec it to appreciate tho difference inenjoy- ing two prices lor one hat elsewhere. Re- , member we offer you cheapness only In price SIX BLOCKS WEST OF KATY STATION A few minutes walk or even a few seconds in the taxicab wil ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 10 April 1914

r ., wmJflJBmm WM& u..m --, JHUW ptil HELP THE CIVIC LEAGUE Get Voting Coupons Every Cash Purchase. With COND BLAIR Up-to-date Drug Store THE REXALL STORE iligmi mi 1 1 1 ii niTiii 1 1 iti 'miiWmalBa'aslBliassM'B& LOCAL NEWS. Mr. John Blair attended the Rex all convention at Houston this week. Miss Mamie White visited rela- tives at Jarrell this week. Condra& Blair are headquar- ters for LIV-VER-LAX. T. W. Talbot made a business trip to North Texas this week. Fanciest fresh butter 25c lb, at Rowntree Bros Mr. Earl Strauss, cashier of the Schwertner State Bank, was here W ednesday on business. Eno Cassens of Taylor was here Tuesday. Why be constipated when you can buy LIV-VER-LAX from Condra & Blair. Messrs J. E. andE. Linder and E. Stone were in Taylor Sunday. E. M. Wilson went to Shawnee Ok., this week on business. ' Gel more for vour butter this weeK at Rowntree Bros. Phone 58 and 76. Charley Partlow was here Saturday from Friendship. Lewis Taylor of Granger was he...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 10 April 1914

gpMlv jgyrTr ,, J-.T---paK ( '"vsgffpiwsj ' '-' ttt!7w' v """""BSH We Ad; m at a o did iper. we sen ate quantity which enables us to sell cheaper enables us fco have confidence in our goods. We sell right quality- in absolute guarantee of satisfaction on every article that we sell. ot Best Because Biggest- i .-"fc-' iggesc Because Best WNtMi mm T V "11 Yui t 1 y "M i in huii' WdTWT- The' kind made from pure Artesian Water. Phone S. W. 61. BARTLETT OIL MILL. FREDERICH & WEIDERSPAHN' 2 GinsOld Hardin Gin and Boll Weevil Gin. Will be prepared this season to serve you better than ever and want you to keep us in mind. We are for better roads and better crops. Hugo Frederich Mgr. HARDWARE 'CO.- 3S, Mitchell Wagons and lots of the same standard quality. ro o o We carry a complete line of implements, furniture and shelf goods. A share of your business will be appreciated o Bartlett Hardware Company g u. S - s .s CD I i c CO S BLAIR a BREEDING Tinners and Plumbers. Windmills, Pumps and G...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 10 April 1914

i .' rf m li'i if. V w,.-i?r ;. JvSS ? '.V r . m 1 1 m-JHiij t , BrtSBB teiF Hmi H f HjHMHt BH 2K fln m9K3 9BtfHB-aiB-9HflHl-B IBH-BB' He flHw IDB5 HE IE lis the talk of the town and thousands have attended the opening day of this wonderful priceSM ASHING SALE. Thecrowds expect much but find the values even greater than advertised. Prices like ours are rapidly vacating tables and shelves. Of 'course the best will go first, so if you want to share in these wonderful bargains you will have to hurry as the time is limited. , , At 3,30 p. m. on Saturday, April nth a BALLOON ASCEJNSION will positively take place in front of our store. Beginning at two p. m0 on Saturday, April nth there will be a Band Concert In front of our store free for everybody. ' Each and every person entering our store on Saturday, April nth, between he hours of 1:30 and 2:30 p, m. will receive a ticket good for one FREE ADMISS- QN TO THE CRESCENT THEATRE PICTURE SHOW NOTE: Children must be accompanied by their par...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 17 April 1914

"& y r'i, .'(', j '-' , v ' t . 'i7! ., . -v : A- ' ?' tltll .,! 1 i! AND NEWS R. P. CATES, Editor and Proprietor BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY. APRIL 17, 1914. $1.00 Per Year. VOL. XXVIII. NO. 38 ZOOmm itxnt'.e.i v , ii, ; j -I r (fifcy'j.KW ', i,t , -"333r,v?',.J.rr.f ' .as v w-?ww,MWf w ' '(' t I"' -.; ff-'. '.' :r(JA'f- - ,-- '"--'- 'OWVfA' tn'J1 '''.W WiFJ8R "-.'. ' ' 4 r, ,---t ' 'Vv . ' ' ( ' '.. " . i - i it 4 u u r l s-J FOUR FLORENCE CITIZENS KILLED. CENTRAL TEXAS LEAGUE FORMED. Georgetown, Tex., April 15. ' While enroUte to their homes in the Florence community after at- tending the county convention of the Woodmen of the World at Granger last night, about 1:00 o'clock this morning, four promi- nent Woodmen and farmers of the Florence community were Wiled outright and two others more or less injured when their auto was struck by the north- bound Katy Flyer on University avenue in Georgetown, at fhe railway crossing south of the Katy depot. The dead are: G...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 17 April 1914

r Mil -T- : r t i ,:MmifeffLiiliiiijiMliiiijMMMm "HUBS 1 JflBRv TSHRBWl I '1(1 ft T'vruflofik &f.U .viZUi 15wS L - ft JL I" Y5iK(iE? AUi iMl 22 8 pi ffi jnfl f I pswi 0e Refrigerator Investment'SS J jfl enough for a lifetime, when it is the 311 : 1 Leonard Cleanable S sis . . Ihi HI Refrigerator f 91 I Endorsed by housewives everywhere, be- V i l j cause of its snow-white, one-piece genuine M "' I (1 i porcelain lining fused (not baked) on steel. j 1 j In Rounded corners, easy to clean. j 1 1 n Saves from a third to half the ice bills. IHj f HI There are many imitations, but only one U j fjl Leonard Cleanable, the Refrigerator you want. II i He J Call as soon as possible to see the Germ Proof 1 1 S Leonard Cleanable. II B I I Bartlett Hardware Co. I ' -W- -Of- l he S r I 15 ti 0 ejmade in the Dallas News a few And News FRIDAY, APRIL 17,1914 Some portions of our graveled roads need vulcanizing. An honest man never blows his own horn. An honest man is generally too poor to own one...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 17 April 1914

nr ty .'Afi, r . FERGUSON AN- SWERS CHARGES. As the campaign for Governor progresses, certain interests are becoming desperate in their efforts to elect Mr. Rail at all hazards. From Houston comes the news that Judge Ramsey, who is inti- mately connected land identified with Mr. Ball's campaign, has given put an interview callinc me a socialist because I want to prevent tho landlords of this country from charging more than a third of 'the grain and more than a fourth of the cotton as rent. In view of the well known confidential relations between Mr. Ball and Judge IRamsey and in view of the fact that this in- terview was given out in Hous- ton, I am assuming that Judge Rutnsey has thus charged me with being a socialist with Mr. Ball's consent and advice. If JI amnot correct Mr. Ball can cor- rect me in the public press. Prom other parts of the state the charge is being frequently made that I have charged my tenants more than the third and fourth as rent. One minister of the gospel h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 17 April 1914

IT If: STOP! READ! THINK! J My Entire Stock of Dry Goods, Hats, Shoes, Overalls, Underwear, Trunks, Suit Cases, Etc., must be sold. Profits are of the past. Goods have to go. Sale will con- tinue till new moon Saturday night, April the 25th, 1914. 25c Voiles 20c 25c White Goods 20c 121-2c Nainsook 10c 12 l-2c Gingham 10c $3.00 Pumps, Patent and Tan $2.45 ?1 35 Pumps, White Canvas $1.15 $3.00 Ladies' Shoes ,.' $2.45 $3.50 Men's Shoes $2 95 $2.25 Men's Shoes . $1-85 $2.50 Men's Work Shoes I $2.00 $3.00 Men's Hats i -...? $2.20 $2.00 Men's Hats r,rr $L35 $1.00 Level Best Overalls ; .....I......1.." 85c $1.25 Gloves 90c 25c Canvas Gloves . 20c 50c Shirts t v 40c 45c Bowls 25c 7 Bars Crystal White Soap 25c 7 Bars Clean Easy Soap 25c 2 l-2c Pounds Coffee 50c 10 Pounds Sugar 50c fi have rejoiced with you all and I want you to come to rejoice with me. It will make your pocket book smile. jaasBSHSHEasoa m n At til MM & rpmH!HWiWnWWMMW,ngM The Tribuoe And News FRIDAY. APRIL 17,1914 Near H...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 17 April 1914

... -Sr : ;fi ' ,7) -fJTJ! . ii ' ' V'' .','' V ' ft . ; k.. nimimumMimuuuum "ECLIPSE" Means for Lawn Mowers what "GilletteT Means for Safety Razors Ml A (YOUR LAWN WITH AN ECLIPSE, OWJYOUR FACE WITH A GILLETTE We Sell Them Both ABTLETT HARDWARE COMPANY Bartlett, Texas LOCAL and PERSONAL H. King of Florence was here Saturday. - W. P. Lindemann and family were among those who yisited Theon Wednesday. Mr. A. R. McDonald -of Taylor was here Wednesday on business. Just received a new line of shapes and trimmings, Mrs. Berry is ready to take vour order for that that. L. Silbert. B. Kollman returned from Bis- hop Wednesday. He traded his pool fixtures for a tract of land there. Dr. J. H. Hicks is the possess- or of a fine black stallion, thor- oughbred, from Collin County. Just received a new line of dress goods, shoes and gents fur- nishing goods at L. Silbert. R. N. Sexton was in East Tex- as on business this week. Read Ed Heinsohn's ad in this issue Sale continues till April Messrs. Al...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 17 April 1914

'T",T : "yi i.'vr " , Vn ,- r,y? Kxvxi U i ' ' . ill- " ' ' ' . ' ' - . , V , ejrtW'v W'," H ?fi,"W,' f " '," T7- '1 i f I m 6 ', HELP THE OVSC Get Voting Coupons Evetfy Cash Purchase. CONDRA Up-to-date Drug tore THE REXALL STORE LOCAL NEWS. Messrs A. S. Clark and J. W. HiRhtower were Taylor visitors Tuesday. Condra& Blair are headquar- ters for LIV-VER-LAX. Mr. Skinner a prominent citi- zen of Lampasas, was here this week. Mr. and Mrs. Stantdn Allen, and Mrs. J. V. Morris were Georgetown visitors Tuesday. Fanciest fresh butter 25c lb at Rowntree Bros Miss Graves visited relatives 5n Marlin this week. Why be constipated when you can buy LIV-VER-LAX from Condra & Blair. ' Miss Lowrance visitwelatives in Georgetown SaSSraay and Sunday. jfPrBb. Bartlett's pooljjnawjtfsed Saturday night. $h,i J w Get more for volnljutteV ythis weeK at Rowntree B?os. dphone 58 and 76. ,,', Mr. and Mrs. Beedlcja'niTchild- red of near Temple, were here Saturday enroute to Granger and Taylor to visi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 17 April 1914

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 17 April 1914

B EJ5, I yw vTBr -i - SP. WM' ' . , n LiMWHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiwiiiiiiiiiii imiil iiiiihii iiiiiiwiiniiiiiwiTrrTm , ' ' '-- '" - -milium iiiii iiiiimiihiii miimai naiM WBBIBWBBBIM""" - m in . . . . .. .. ' - ,- A good policy in regard to Mexico, but it doesn't apply here. Don't wait, for delay means disappointment. On Saturday night the curtain will be rung down on the last scene of the last act of this never to be forgotten tragedy of prices. This is not an ordinary sale. It means the complete elimination of the profit and much of the actual cost. It means the selling of the chociest merchandise in the city of Bartlett. This advertisement fails to convey the sincerity and deep- ness of the price cutting because in many instances many articles will be sold at one fourth of wholesale cost. You cannot afford to miss this sale for staying away is like throwing dollars away. I hi n ean: On Saturday between the hours of, 10 a. m. and 2 p. m. all shoes selling for more than $1.50 will be sold ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 24 April 1914

1 " ri. V J " '1 f .-, v AND NEWS ryr-nnX: s R.P. GATES, Editor .and Proprietor BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TjEXAS, FRIDAY. APRIL 24, 1914. $1.00 Per Year. VOL. XXVIII.NO. 39 'w JPJI'JUJll' 4 i-Jv- ii n a -4 S-,i. K, IH if. ' . ' rf s A n Tr- WAR WITH " ' MEXICO IS ON. American loccupation of Vera Cruz is now complete; big guns scatter Mexicans, sniping from house tops that had harrassed Americans throughout Tuesday tiiffht and Wednesday cease when naval vessel begins dropp- ing five inch shells into the city. Six more Americans are wounded . in Wednesday's engagement. Admiral Badger sends two thousand additional marines and bluejackets ashore and nine or ten thousand others can be land- ed at a moment's notice Mexi- can casualties were heavy. Mexicans atTampico prepare to resist AmericaiTinvasion; may fight next battle there. Qen. Zaragoza declares that he knows his duty as a soldier; that he has received orders and hopes to be able to prevent Americans landing,, No orders to atta...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 24 April 1914

L 3 it 5 :a M. rri. .1 i li i i I l -! ' -ll 1 Keep Out and Mosquitoes N OW is the time to screen your house. Flies and and mosquitoes carry disease- no one denies that now. Also it is a fact that, swat as you may, you cannot kill them all. Therefore YOU MUST SCREEN AGAINST THEM. We have a full line of doors and windows, in both black and galvanized wire. We can sell you a good door as cheap as ONE DOLLAR, and and we also show the more expensive patterns. Buy now while the stock is large and before the flies get bad. iiixiaf Lumber Bartlett, Texas at The Tribune I And News Rl6AY, APRIL 24 ,1914 A few knockers still abide in 'Bartlett. Spot 'em. Really, what do you think of improving the cemetery road? allisthe all-absorbing topic 'n Bartlett these days-Baseball, we mean. Work is progressing rapidly on the good roads in this precinct and soon "things will seem fa." , lany people in this world are ,t!he sea gulls who flit along j gfreat waters of the ocean in irch of something to grat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 24 April 1914

,'S t ! Ef. 4 K' iP . tf M M - G& DM j- m. jsira m.-, m Wk MV ', H& '4 . IW 4J wiulwrmu iUELK AT HOME AND ABROAD CONDENSED ITEMS OF INTEREST TO EVERYBODY. AT THE NATIONAL CAPITAL Important New of the Week Oath. ered for .the Dusy Reader. State and Domestic. tfOOJOp FOR AGRICULTURE 10VERNMENT TO AID IN THE MARKETING OF CROPS., -,qp r inuhy i w 19 One Refrigerator Investment! ""!; ""! ii xucuiiic, wiicn ic is uie i Leonard Cleanable One-Piece, Porcelain Lined Ref riger a t o r 1$ Endorsed by housewives everywhere, be- cause of its snow-white, one-piece genuine porcelain lining fused (not baked) on steel. Rounded corners, easy to clean. Q Saves from a third to half the ice bills. 1 There are many imitations, but only one Leonard Cleanable, the Refrigerator you want. 3 Call as soon as possible to see the Germ Proof Leonard Cleanable. Bartlett Hardware Co. Laws On killing Plover In Texas. Austin, Texas. April 17. The ; game, fish and oyster department has been and is receiving, a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 24 April 1914

vumtmmmmumtdnimi i imimimtuimmmiffnm n i V Reduce the Cost of Living by equipping your home with a scientifically constructed Refrigerator, which prevents waste of food through spoilage, tainting ' and souring. The Herrick Refrigerator Has been sold out of Bartlett for 8 years. Ask your neighbor about them, they are used all around you. Come in and let us show them to you. BALL OPENS HIS CAMPAIGN. fokes-Blair Hardware Company The Tribune News FRIDAY. APRIL 24, 1914 No use in a war between lexico and the United States lterferjng with Bartlett's pro- trek. The main thing is not to "scared Keep cool. alltsay down with the liquor Business. -Ferguson says away Wth usury and the abuse being racticed in the tenant system. Je careful how you talk; you lay be in both classes. Don t lihrow any rocks. The first real news of the war that was to be, reached Bartlett Tuesday afternoon 6:30 o'clock, bjfcugh the Taylor Daily Press, 'hich issued:an extra at 5:dU p. The conies sold like hot cakes. li...

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