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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 24 April 1914

mmtmsmmmmmmmmmm l' " '' r "ECLIPSE ft Means for Lawn Mowers what "Gillette" ; ':i Means for Safety Razors MaJVOUR LAWN WITH AN ECLIPSE, MOW YOUR FACE WITH A GILLETTE W Sell Them Both BARTLETT HARDWARE COMPANY Bartlett, Texas LOCALand PERSONAL A. F. Taylor was in Temple Wednesday on business. ' Jno. Lindsey was in Temple '"Wednesday, Mrs. H. H. Lawler is visiting in Waco this week. WantedTwo good steady white 'girlsHo work in Laundry, Arw in person. Bartlett Steam Laundry. " The Bischoff brothers of Prairie Pell, were here Tuesday. You can find Crawford's Blue Bug Exterminators at Leather- man Drug Co. Mr. and Mrs. Goodnight of near Holland, were here Tuesday. The W. C, T. U. ladies realized about ?40 from their dinner ser- ved last Saturday. Wanted: Two ood steady white eirlB to. work, in Laundry, Apply in person, Bartlett Steam Laundry. Mr. and Mrs. Louie Lindemann of Sogers, were here Tuesday. . Jtfesdames D. K. Leatherman, , JL,E. Bartlett, accompanied by Mrs.v.Worthen, of Arkans...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 24 April 1914

K mwjwiiiVw mmmifcm rnmjn IfV - J I s? fa F Mi': t Hasp (" KBEJO;' Sv maBHa. fsS '3h11 If 1 Mi HELP THE CIVIC LEAGUE Get Voting Every Cash Purchase. CONDRA Up-to-date Drug Store THE REXALL STORE LOCAL NEWS. F. W. Bischoff and family of Prairie Dell, attended church here Sunday. Condra & Blair are headquar- ters for LIV-VER-LAX. Editor R. E. Downey of the Jarrell View, was here Friday, on business. We have a few nice uncalled for suits for sale at a bargain- Pavel. Mrs. Geo. Hempel and little son visited relatives at Temple this week. It will pay you to have your work done by tailors who knows -F J Pavel. Some sweet day we will have a road to the city cemetery. It is Roing to take a "scrap," so let'er come. Fanciest fresh butter 25c lb at Rowntree Bros ' Rev. Jr F. McKenzie and Mr. FH. Leslie attended a meeting of the Presbytery at Llano this week. Why be constipated when you can buy LIV-VER-LAX from Condra & Blair. J, M. Markam of Holland was here Monday on business. Phone 3...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 24 April 1914

II u , . . ii 'in ' - - - ' -" '-"-::ti"t-'"- -""--" W: w p. w jaBBPBMHWWPyipiiuiiiiwwpiiiiiiiiij'iT7gnTY'-'- f1ti,-nrt ft 'r1 -'i" c - iK Xrtlett To Have a Ntjtftf Gawdy Kitchen and Confectionery ' Jim Aliis. who is welt and favorably known to Barrett's Mtizenahin and who for some tjpie was one of the proprietors of "Two Jim's" Cafe, paid this office a pleasant call Monday and infprmetl The Tribune man that PVt Bartlett waB to have a "real" canpy Kitcnen uuu uuiuBtuuuet i rlWhfle. in conversation with ,"ftim"V the Tribune man was in- lo'r'med of some few things .that ; ' wjll perhapB bo good news to his many friends; among other ' things Jim said: "Bartlett is go- '' t- ing to bo on an equal with many ' , towns, twice the size of Bartlett, 'iri?thewayof a clean, up-to-date ,'Gandy Kitchen and Confect- idnery." and upon investigation ' 'we were "sighted" to the "real - credentials" where by Jim Allis Of Bartlett had closed', a deal with the Crosman Co, of Dallas, for up-to-date fixt...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 24 April 1914

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

LI T iribtttije atm AND NEWS R. F. CATES, Editor and Proprietor BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY. MAY 1, 1914. $1.00 Per Year. VOL. XXVIII. NO. 40 n XX as pre Bar II fc u .f I il V N-v i'i k'O fc- ? IVts H. E. DAUGHERTY BADLY WOUNDED A telegram was sent from Corpus Chrlsti last Friday to Mr. Will Daugherty of this place, stating that his brother, H. E. Daugherty of that city, had been dangerously wounded, no particulars being stated. At the time Mr. Daugherty was in Runells county, at the bedside of his sick sister, and the mess- age was sent there to him. He left at once for Corpus Christi, without awaiting any' particulars as to how the accident happerfed. Upon his arrival there the follow- ing message was received by the Tribune, which explains itself: Corpus Christi, Tex Apr 29. R, F. Cates. Bartlett, Texas. Find Eugene rapidly recover- ing from gun shot wound acci- dently inflicted. He is out of dan- ger and will be up in few days mo3t reports untrue and all ex- agger...

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

MkMMlNVMWtM V i 'MWiWteWw You'd Better Not Risk It I If you're figuring on buying a bill of lumber, and think that the quality and the prices are all about the same and that it won't make any difference whether or not you get our prices, just take this tip and don't risk it. We're got the best stock of lumber in these part and we're making some mighty attractive prices. So you'd better get an estimate from us before buy- ing elsewhere. g 1 Jl 3 1 I ! No matter what you want, we will be pleased to quote you our prices & serve you promptly and satisfactory. Mutual Lumber Co. E Bartlett, Texas The Covered Lumber Yard A. R. GROSSE, Manager. ig Mrauw4rr4M.rr44r The Tribune News FRIDAY. MAY, 1. 1914 It will be only a very short time until Bartlett will need that high school building, the site for which was generously donated. When will it be built? The Tribune believes that is the duty of every Texan to stand by Gov. Colquitt in his efforts to protect the citizens of our bor der from ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 1 May 1914

RKiV ' , r?tmmmKiumttP"wiiarv&i u fits equitable share f what h pre! dittas ttefore him who would hullo art lianibl home, With flower and children fo trrlghten and bless, wo-uhj I raise ill star of hope, arid irtahe l)m .feel that th flas; or his country was feat emblem for his material Welfsf ,nil protection. tn tbs language of that farmer-philosopher, Peter Iladford "Let govern- ment assist those who plead for oppor- tunity, rather than consume all out energlns upon those Who acorn the priv- ileges of manhood. Let us turn our at tntlon from the delinquents and ths Incorrlglblea to the worthy and ambi- tious citizen struggling to food and olotho his family, educate bin children and own hl home." Railroads. My friends, there la a question which ror year has received the earqeRt at tentlon of many irood people. Including noma of our great statesmen, and hai been difficult of solution. I refer to railroads. There ho been no field In which the demagogue and the professional poll tl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 1 May 1914

MWaMMMMMMUMHUlc maneaaaMMMa I IN Temple, Candidate for Gov- erner. Mads AT BLUM, TEX., MARCH 21 Before a Lnrga Audlenca Ha Oli capsun In Clear and Practical rsnnor the Issues All Toxann IKtoroatacI In. AMES V, rSACUBON. Eiadlaa and (lenllemen: t are the thirteenth candidate for IEvmor of Texas, announcing In tha jrear 1913, on tha 13th day of ttia month In tn ljlh year of my married Ufa, an& jny platform was computed on Friday, Thua y'l saa I have caught tba black cat tall of upnr0tltlon, and Inland to fwtat and pinch It until T am Inaug- urated governor of thli great atata on r about tba Uth day of nazt January While I entertain the greatest revar- niee 'or tha providence of God, and by: aoma I might be called a hardshell. fat t believe that providence fixes tha means as well aa the result Like the treat Spurgoon. I believe that a man will always get over th L ditch tf he jumps well, and will al- Iwsys have meat in the house, pro vided, he keeps a garden and a pig. while i am a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 1 May 1914

r ' ' f4tfM ' f jiijm jjji.i ... mi R- ' 1 IJ? . t I y fyiv b" , 'X.- r fo- lk I, - If fr -,? Hoc Cholera Dying .Oat in Bell County Supt A. K. Short of the Tem- ple Experiment Station reports that hop; cholera is on the wane in Bell County. While several new cases havo been reported during the week, he regards the Bituation'greatly relieved. "Every hog we vacinnated with the serum resisted the disease." said Mr. Short. Ho states that the disease seems to be "going down stream," that is,- the herds in the lowlands are becoming affected through drink- ing water which has been in- flated hv diseased hoes further up stream. The disease is easily transmitted and may be carried from one pen to another on the shoes of men, or simply by birds flying from one pen to another. Bell county suffered the loss of several hundred hogs the past two months, many of the swine being of fine breed. Temple Mirror. Merry Matrons Meet Case Affirmed, The Court of Civil Appeals af- firmed the case of Penning...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 1 May 1914

i W 11 Ti ribune News 9 FRIDAY. MAY, 1.1914 IS ' Question of the hour: What will become of Villa ? i Some people hate to take ad- vice even when they pay for it. As it now stands in the race for governor, it's "heads I win, Is you lose." i'fcj '"tThe reason why a man gets so iicny in church is because he h'fn be so wide awake at a fatted JL. Thof intornrhnn IS COmintT y$from Temple, and Bartlett is croiDjr to be one of us stations. Get in the band wagon, and look pleaEant. Now that automobile funerals have become the thing many a woman will be willing to ex- change an onery husband for a nice ride. The Reformers say a lot of mean things about booze. But the worst thing we can say about it is that it makes men imagine they can sing. The Mexican war and Colorado line fields strike are giving President Wilson plenty to do in t"he war department and he seems equal to the occasion. The appointment of P. T. Roche, editor of the Williamson County Sun as postmaster at Georgetown to succeed ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 1 May 1914

W&WFwl '4 ',At g IIUMMIIIMM. r r if. LOCAL and PERSONAL J. E. Tipton is in Marlin. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Dave Davis a boy. Mr. J. N. L. McCurdy and Dr. T. B, Benson are having cement walks built. Amber cane seed at Lawrence Bros. SfMrs. RobtRowntree is recover- ing from a severe illness. For Sale 125 bushels of Rood white ear corn. H. A. Breihan. Dr. V. E. H. Reed of Holland was a Bartlett visitor Wednes- day. Capt. Ed Ford was reported on the sick list first of the week. Oscar Kuler of Temple was in Bartlett Sunday to see the , home folks. Red Wing Grape Juice for sale at Lawrece Bros. " E. F. Whitley of Florence was here Tuesday on business. Messrs Chas Waggoner and Joe Reese made a business trip tp Taylor Wednesday. 5 Ed Heinsohn received his third shipment of ladies and children trimmed hats, Mr. J. F. Mathis who now lives near Lotr, in Falls county, was here the past week on busi- ness. t Elder M. 0. Daley of Florence returned this week from a busi- ness trip to Karnes coun...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 1 May 1914

rmm&w V ' I, , f TVin TWIn Vinnrl mnn tVio Vlfrrl jrtfflB A K 3 R.--.W v K'W h ' M i IL ELP THE CIVIC LEAGUE Get Voting Coupons Every Cash Purchase. COND Up-to-date Drug 'Store THE REXALL STORE LOCAL NEWS. Stanton Allen, Esq. made a business trip to Dallas this week. Messrs Hollis and Mercer Allen were here Sunday the guests of relatives. Condra& Blair are headquar- ters for LIV-VER-LAX. T. E. Fowler made a busines3 trip to Dallas the past week. 0. P. Winn made a business trip to south Texas this week. We have a few nice uncalled for suits for sale at a bargain- Pavel. Frank Doering of Temple was here Saturday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Logan Mewhiney of Holland were here Sunday the guests of Mrs. R. E.lKeopke. am-It-will nav vou to hav your jjftgork done by tailors who knows VJ Pavel. HMessrs Roy Bartlett and Fred Chaudion, made a business trip to Austin this week. Mrs. J. H. Elam is spending a few days with her parents in Milano this week. Misses Andrews and Steele rere .gu...

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

HMMMMfclMHIW FERGUSON SPEAKS AT TYLER. ability to feed and cloths their family and educate thnlr children' Mr. Ferguson in accordance with lila previous declaration oald that ho would veto any liquor legislation pro- posed by either pro or antl faction, Tuiftr TV . Aorll 25. After Mr. Wflnniann hnd Cald a tribute to tllO rnufinrv nt Onvemor HOEK and OX' tended his compliments to the people nt Tvior tnr the hearty reception ac corded him, ho entorod into a discus sion of tho issues or ms campaign, He gavo a short statoment of his pri vate Ilfo, snowing mat no wob a tivo born Toxan and raised amid hum- bio surroundings. Ho gavo an account of his early struggles as a laborer In vineyards of California, and teamsters on tho largest grain ranch In the world, and as helper in tho placor mines In tho llocky mountains, as a roustabout In a barb wire factory In 8an Francisco, and as a laborer In tho quartz mines of Nevada and Colorado. Ho also told of his service as a humble railroad man and...

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

li ft- ' ' Ifc w t M r. in in' ftiu ."..." .'....I'L'L. J,,.? -"."I.".!!!""-' jiiim-i ''JL I Jm."""-"-""""'" ' ' "-'.'!"' "' ,'J"'!lV ' ' 'I ,,. 1" "'''-.'!."'.'"" """'ii' "" 'tt!ii-lJl'JllL''"Tl!.- "' -i!"'"' "" imii'iI niiillinjtrfiii. ?'- 'fjltr Wift iMjjr'rrr fii' :liii ittgiini a TH Not between the U. S. and Mexico, but on all competition in the Dry Goods business. Just now the minds of the people are all unsettled as to the outcome of the unfriendly feeling between the II. S. and Mexico; we can relieve you of the unrest apd restore that peace of mind that can only come with restored confidence; yes confidence in buying your Dry Goods, clothing Shoes Etc., it has ever been our policy to keep. Sk KpJu 0 and their wives; nothing will do this so evenly as to dress the men in our Keep Kool Clothing. It gives us great pleasure to offer you the greatest line of Keep Kool Clothing in Texas. KEEP PAL KOOL BEACH U The genuwine article, each bearing the label. Sizes up to 48 and 50. Pric...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 8 May 1914

Read the Olympia Candy Kitchen and Confectionery ad In This Issfce he Qfeibttttje eBSTeKsf AND NEWS l R. F. GATES, Editor and, Proprietor BA&TLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY. MAY 8, 1914. $1.00 Per Year. VOL. XXVIII. NO. 41 1 3 U I, NEW LEAGUE OPENS TODAY. Today the Middle Texas Lea- gue will open its first session of play with games at Temple, Bel- ion, and Brenham'. Announcement is made by the different teams in the circuit that all are in readiness for the umpires' signal and each team is pennant At the present writ- ing nothing like a prediction can be made by anyone as to the out- come except to say that the six teams are evenly matched and a good article of ball is assured. Temple and Brenham have played four games each, each team winning two contests. Bel- ton -nlaved at Lamnasas last week and won, but these games were in the nature of exhibition contests and should not be con sidered in massing judgment. Prom Bartlett and Georgetown comes reports of great practice...

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

V J f J er y , , , yyyp 3rMWtouwMWWcwtotfn You'd Better Not j Risk it I If you're figuring on buying a bill of lumber, and think that the quality and the prices are all about the same and that it won't make any difference whether or not you get our prices, just take this tip and don't risk it. We're got the best stock of lumber in these part and we're making some mighty attractive prices. So you'd better get an estimate from us before buy- ing elsewhere. No matter what you want, we will be pleased to quote you our prices & serve you promptly and satisfactory. Mutual Lumber Co Bartlett, Texas The Covered Lumber Yard A. R. GROSSE, Manager. -AW4tf&"4WAltfA'W The Tribune News FRIDAY. MAY, 8, 1914 Bartlett leads in the Athletic Association, or Track meets. It is said that eternally keep- ing at a thing will win. That's why we don't propose to cease asking for a brick hotel in Bart- lett Why the citizens do not awaken to the fact that our town is loser by not having such a hotel w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 8 May 1914

V , J S"Jtl SB? iifa.i'"i!Mtili;"j",J.'j.u il" or ,.-i. I THE SOURCE IU E f EDITOR'S NOTE! Thlg la tile eeon .'...? of Articles on AQtUOUL- TURAL TOOULEMH prepared by 3udRi B. A. I.lndsoy, chairman of the Tcini Farm Life Commission. O " ;l . ' u I'WIII"''I'III"II""'II'"IIIII"J'1'111' IMWIIIaWlffliil!iWBM m B OFGH pin w l K ,-" h ' b ,, ' Vr rjt ? t Bfe " i V ' V ?W. rJf afj B?', ft. 9 " s 1 re l9r V& H&. H Is Means for Lawn Mowers what "Gillette" ' "Means for Safety Razors Mw4AjY0UR LAWN WITH AN ECLIPSE, OWtYOUR FACE WITH A GILLETTE ... We Sell Them 'Both BARTLETT HARDWARE COMPANY Bartlett, Texas l May 'est, Tuesday, Hay 12 At Hermann Sons Hall The German's will celebrate their Mayfest. Tuesday, May 12, Miss Adele Eckerraann has been chosen May-queen, The pro- cession Will startSpit Holland. - It is the wish of The German's that the people of Holland should participate. Decorate your autos .and buggies and join us. It is to be hoped that tne bridge across Darrs' creek may be...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 8 May 1914

i' K ,,.,Wilw,gpi,i,Mnr---------MMMMM'MI''''lM"l''MI,"w''i"'' wwnuwmn munmuiianirtMi ROUND TRIP FREE TO TFMPI Ft For thirty days we make the following offer. If you will make a purchase of the amount set oppo- site the station you hail from, we will Pay 2our Pailoroad &are Poth Ways rprov $ 5.00 or more BruccVillV::"""""--'.- 16-00 or more Holland 10-00 or moro Granpor 20-00 or morc Sfc:""'--;- 16.00 or more Pendl6ton 6M or more McGregor -"; TSInlnnvillo i 15.C Eddy $10.00 or more Little River 0.00 or more liartlett 16.00 or'more Heidenlieimer 5.00 or more Buckholts 20.00 or moro Moody 1G.00 or more Bolton 10.00 or more Killeen 25.00 or more Kempner.... 45.00 or morc tnnntnuawawiiwiWKW Copperas Cove or more rinn.na 6O.O0 or more As an extra inducement to get you to come we will make the following extraordinary CUT PRlUHiS Ladies $50 Wool Suits ?2S.OO 40 35 30 25 20 16 20.00 17.50 15.00 12.50 10.00 7.50 Ladies Hats One lot of about 100 ladies hats, repular .1.00, 3.50. 4.00, 4.50...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 8 May 1914

K .-. vV-f'WRffl vw H,' i '.' i" ", " V ' J , l ',p i A w , f y ; , t tOCALand PERSONAL . Ed Knight of Temple was here yesterday on business. J.' D. Slawson made a' business trip to Temple yesterday. FoV SaIe-125 bushels of Rood white ear' corn. H. A. Breihan. H, Wunderlich was in Waco this week on business. Mrs. Ben Wacker was the guest of friends in Temple this week. Who is it that wanted to sell Lawrence Bros some June corn steed? Ed Knight of Tempi e was here yesterday on business. Fete Turner made a business trip to Waco this week. aj Phorie Lawrence Bros every 'morning early for fresh vege- tables. Messrs Ellis and George Ware made a business trip to Templo Wednesday. E, L. Moss returned home Wednesday form Marlin where he had been taking the baths. Just received a carload of Purity flour at Rowntree Bros. T. J. lrvin this week purchas- ed the residence of Dave John- son in the south part of town, Anything in fresh vegetables and fruit at Rowntree Bros. Mrs. H Heidestand child...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 8 May 1914

W f v HELP THE CIVIC LEAGUE Get Voting Coupons Every Cash Purchase. CQNDRA & BLAIR Up-to-date Drug Store THE REXALL STORE LOCAL NEWS. Mr. Allen Duncan Sr. was quite sick this week. Lee Barefield of near Davilla was here Saturday on business. J. J. McCaver, of Schwertner was here Monday. Condra & Blair are headquar- ters for LIV-VER-LAX. Gordon Lewis of Jarrell, was here Saturday on business. We have a few nice uncalled for suits for sale at a bargain- Pavel. Cotton chopping will soon be the order of the day. It will pay you to hav your work done by tailors who knows -FJ Pavel. Mr. L, F. Hurt one of the editors best friends in Granger, was here Saturday. Dr. Townsend and Mr. Earl Strauss of Schwertner were here , Monday. Why be constipated when you can buy LIV-VER-LAX from Condra & Blair. Mr. Walsh a prominent busi- ness man of Round Rock was iiere this week on business. Born, the 27th inst.. to Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Roberts, a son. They have named him Woodrow Wilson. Haskel...

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