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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 16 January 1914

i mm wnwm mlMa iiiin'yiiiiiuii'WwahMJiMi tf ! -.,. Inventory Sale Was a Success From Every Standpoint We are sure those who attended this sale was more than pleased with the bargains we offered. After taking "stock we found lots of Odds and Ends which we are going to put out at a price that should move them at once. We have lots sf new left from the sale and will sell at' One Half Price " Finishing Braid and Edges worth up to 25 cents Special 5 cents 500 Yards Bleached Domestic worth 8 1-2 Cents Special 7 Cents Mead Scarfs A very fine line to select from HeJf Price Children's Sweaters Value up to $1.50 Special 79 cents Men's Wool Shirts in all sizes at One Half Price ' Boy's Hais in all sizes values up to $1.00 Special 39 cents We have a few SHOES left that we will sell for $1.00 Ink and Pencil Tablet Regular 5 cents Special 2 for 5 cents Royal Society Pieces a few goood numbers at One Half Price One thousand yards Insertsertions and Edges at 1 cent a yard Ladie's and Children's at ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 16 January 1914

! r J i. w Ir The Tribune News FRIDAY, JANUARY 16 1914 .Political Announcements The Tribune is authorized to announce the following candi- dates for office, subject to the action of democratic primaries: BELL COUNTY. For Supt. Public Instruction: P. L. Stone. For Tax Collector: Jake D. Nelson For Tax Assessor: A. G. Vick For District Clerk: E. E. Upshaw Three cheers for Temple, her newspapers and all her enterpris- ing citizens who fought for the road bond issue, which carried yesterday, over 3 to 1. No doubt many of those who thought that 1913 was a year of misfortune and adversity, will have cause to think the same about 1914 before it has ended. We hope not, however. Since the heavy floods through out central and South Texas, pneumonia and other diseases are claiming many victims. Too much care cannot be exercised to prevent fatalities. The Tribune is gratified that political conditions in William- son county seems to be smooth, which is no doubt due to the fact that its official...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 16 January 1914

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 16 January 1914

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 16 January 1914

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 16 January 1914

' ,M C vhUfu FtfVMflNWMMJlfcJMMBBI FvSffli JKHk m wmm jam raH I M3 mSKk H fly Wm Jwr Ik 1 wSIBHivvR IPv fyiw ifflraS5''flB wBffiiiff?MirfT i wiTiiKHt a 'Hl SnmBisB mm tBB. ,v HeRBs Mrs yHi JMWy Kaaaflisl ... mmm .8 SjwT" -atfrff. "-MSfe:! L .MmWLM jm&mmmi t&Jlir HI ltkr IWwSI ML?1 uttHHiffilft LjK ' ' 1&Pt WjCrSttfiHiS" CiWtmTRWtBK hHB9EV3WI SrBEBy JHHJ tSmmmmtS' 2flMCiiVttKHJ9D TSflft SraRMRj JwiKKM SSlSE"' mtKlmmwmmmmmmwS' H '' HflwaEuKKflSHH f I 4? S E5a ESS h n ' HSMaKfi x III IfWKlHKP "Miss Beautiful" is ringing in our dj&i reducedJanuary prices. RIGHT Wi W;4 u iiV k -if v-n. !-. 1 . tl $ N wisthfi verv nest time to duv. 'JS 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 a long time to use and enjoy high quality things you can now buy for a low price. f n rri PfcVf t- 1 . BARTLETT, TEXAS . ; n in I m i in in - Blankets R.ediced Blankets worth $6.00 a pair, for this...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 23 January 1914

?. .W? n v fx y ., ft- AND N-E W S v " R. F. CAT&S, Editor and Proprietor BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY. JEXAS, FRIDAY, JAN. 23, 1914. $1.00. Per Year. VOL. XXVIII? NO. 26 Judge G. B. Gera'd Has Passed Away. Waco' Tex.. San. 21, The re- mains of Judee G. B. Gerald, who died here early this morn- ing, will be taken to St Louis to- morrow afternoon, and there ccemated. At a later date his grandson, W. C. Weaver, at the 'request of Judge Gerald, will take "the urn contaiuing the ashes 'aboard a boat at some point on the Texas coast and tliey will be scattered on the bosom of the Gulf of Mexico. Judge Gerald had been a resident of Waco 45 years. He was a member of the Twenty-second legislature, post- master during Cleveland's ad- ministration and county judge of McLennan county, altogether, twelve years. He served in the Confederate army all during the civil war, In 1897. in a pistol duel here, .Tmlrrft Oernlrl shot and killed. J W. Harris, then managing editor) of the Waco Times, and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 23 January 1914

&Ur', )i?n , MSfiM&Mit-.W) :i(i A r ' i j" mi . ' . t .' g5S?ewgawtfw)aiBuifew New Bantting . Law In Nuishell 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 Building. The Tribune And News FRIDAY, JANUARY 23 1914 Swat the mud holes. It's good roads for Bell county. In the meantime pay that poll tax. you'd better Now comes Milam county, and says she wants good roads. It is progression, and the county that turns down good roads is retro grading. Never, since the days of the old stage coach, was mail matter delivered with bucIi irregularity. ' How long is such conditions go- ing Jto last? Who is to blame for thejn? We dton't know but what those yho are holding their cottonare better off than those whowld, because they, at least, hav som...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 23 January 1914

TT .jf. .. 4 anting Time is Almost Here Wc are still headquarters for for the Rock island Chief and New Casaday Planters, good as the rest and better than the best. Don't forget we are still- selling the famous Standard Cultivator, best on the market. In beginning this new year we are better prepared than ever to supply your wants in the Hardware Line, a share of your business will be appreciated. Bartlett Hardware Company The Tribune And News FRIDAY, JANUARY 23 1914 Announcements The.Tribune is authorized to annotfi-the following candi- date's fcfrv office,., subject to the action of democratic primaries: BELL COUNTY. J?or Supt. Public Instruction";- P. L. Ston.e.' & . J. S, Morgan 'k ; For Tax? Collector: ' ' " Joke D. Nelson I, J Jennings For 3"ax Assessor: v ' A. G. Vick For District Clerk: E. E. Upshaw For Sheriff- 4 .J. B.-Blair liSON COUNTY 5 eieher Prec No 2 I'anger Yard) D. Denson m L. Teer A Linen Shower fn't Pay Last Day. )nly fourteen days (from last 1 lurday) in whi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 23 January 1914

fern Special Demonstration of the Famous oy-slll's neina I'iSltf"""" ' ' "15551 BEST BLEND COFFEE The Blue Ribbon Winuer at the 1913 Texas Cotton Palace At F. 81. Leslie's Dry Goods Store, Bartlett, Texas, all this week. The public is cordially invited to attend this demonstration and try a cup of this famous THE MAN Royal Bend Cottee Free We are serving with our Coffee delicious cakes made by National Biscuit Go. THE CAN This Coffee is roasted & packed (at Corsicana in one of the best .equipped and most sanitary (plants in the southwest. Every Can is guaranteed to give satis- J faction or money refunded. Mr. ' J. N. Royall is the originator of this popular brand of coffee and If his expression as to its quality is "NO BETTER THAN THE BEST, BUT BETTER THAN THE REST." The demonstration will be under auspices of the Women's Club. TV THE HOME Mrs. M. P. Dumas in Charge Who is an experienced demon- strator and a very pleasing and accommodating lady. . She will be glad to meettJhe la...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 23 January 1914

?MfffiK:ftt Hft t a.LTM.tl ". & mms HffiEU . mstv t-v M&2V vW , T MA? r iiwiwnaoiiiWJiMiioa'ii) immmuww WWWPBWB eawwuwainmwiiMiiiiiinntguiiain JPFWEHI llBllflWiWllilMlta To Our Friends ustomers HKVflf3S; C t L 8BP9 mk til M AndC m TK yeur of 1913 has corn and gone, and w wlsi! to thurik esch and all of you your patronage and good will. The burden of the New Year is npw upon us and important issue of future plans is being considered. I he degree of success to which we shall attain will not alone be measured by the arrangement of our plans, bt1 conscientious energy we put into their execution will be an important factor. We all want to be successful and the man who fails to realize improved conditions fro efforts at the close of 1914 (adversity excepted) will stand against failure. With each year our success in the .volume of our business has been phenominal and wel sider it largely due to the confidence of the people in our business methods. We will exert our every effort to ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 23 January 1914

U PERSONAL W. 'R,-iulSnn rtf Tntvi. guest of friends in cent off on shoos and Mnsohn. jtmann is reported to ll at his home with Iver. bper Cook of Praire in town yesterday on Hooper is liable to county politics soon, things lively. He h man. 'want to make' more lis year, trade with Ed. hployes of the Tribune 3ented a present from rt, for getting out his on time, for which they leir thanks. El low prices on winter Ed Heinsohn. iabe of Mr. Mrs. Allie lis reported to be lmprov- Ea I don't want to tell more that I have a good lilk cow for sale. A. K. Jr. 2c Edmond Hiensohn who lerated upon at one of the initariums last week for licitis is reported to be ring rapidly.--T e m p 1 e lam. Sale Some good Jersey cows, see me it you are in irket. Joe Knight. J. S. Morgan, superin- rnt of county schools, was Pyesterday from Belton and 2d the German-English 3l and the Bartlett High sol, and expressed himself "ighly gratified at the con- Ions existing. lew flower and garden seed Ed. Heinsohn. Mr....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 23 January 1914

o. nlmm L( MteB flHMm im IMIbiiwii limit 9HIK MB HB mw . IH IHiH HHM HHHIH MlHi mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmTB H IH Hl Hi mm wmmwaafs xmmmr mmnmwim HSHg9BnnflB HHBHHHHiHV HHHHHlHlHH IH vHK H JANUARY Will continue until the amount of goods are disposed of at these low orices FIRT WWfz SALE OF THIS NEW STORE. The entire stool consists of branTne We find that it is practical with is to turn the goods into money. The following orices below will convince you that a dollar at this new store will do almost double duty. Dress And Piece Goods Cotton checks, 24 yds for $1.00 The beat grade cotton checks 15 yards..:.. $1.00 12 l-2c vd cotton flannel at 7 l-2c. 10c good as gold bleached domestic at 7 l-2c 10c Outing, now 10 yds for 75c Unbleached domestic 1 yd-wide- Sea Island, 15 yds for $1.0J Dress Ginghams, 10c grade at 8 12c Red Seal ginghams at 8 l-2c Toile du Nod gingham 10c 10cPercale3, light and dark... 7 l-2c 10c white lawn 7 l-2c 121-2c white lawn ....10c 15c white lawn ....lie 20c white lawn 15...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 23 January 1914

a-- wiaiA.avu m.' ' xSfi) v; i is7 M ' - m m. 1YJW m of M m iwft .. imffc jFitcJ ffivja) :WSmmm i ml & m 1 mlB$mM&MMm m Hi m I f gwppsHL J-L $ 1 fPlffl i 9 , rlM 1 Manyare taking advantage of the very extremely low prices' to supply heir needs. Lots ' of Clothing, Blankets, Ladie's Suits and Jackets are being sold. While we have had a few days of Spring weather since Xmas, you will remember that during the month of February and March our hardest winter weather is yet to come. Supply your winter wants now while pickings are good. The same class of goods will never be sold as low again. eginning Friday morning aid continuing balance of next week, we .will offc; some exceptionally good bargains, these goods will be displayed thoroughly. R.ea.d these items carefully for it means mor,ey in your pocket." BELOW YOU Vk ILL FIND A FEW EXCEPTIONALLY GOOD BARGAINS. "' . - - 12 Ladies Siits Worth Up to $25 for $8.95 The biggest value of the season you will find in .this lot all wool mat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 30 January 1914

T?"P ' " " vu,13BB(i r vxo,; v; -sa. '" , . " rr ' rei-W ' W71W WiSS! ':l"."3 Wl! ;r rip -i- "i.-". t u- I , AND NEWS r . R. F, CATES, Editor and Proprietor BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY. JAN. 30, 1914." $1.00 Per Year. VOL. XXVIII. NO. 27 ifp-i4?: " Slit wyjJlJvJfJ fiy J? JP JP'Tl'Jv M o UPTOWN EXPRESS OFFICE OPENS. Mr. J. W. Cox, traveling agent for the American Express Com- pany, was here this week look- ing after the company's interests and the '.Tribune is gratifiecl to know that through his efforts Bartlett is to have an up.town express office. The lower floor of the front part of the Masonic temple has neen leased for the office, which will be opened up at once, with Mr. J. T. Stamps as agent. The company will also place a1 horse and wagon here for delivery service. This is something that Bartlett has long been in need of, and only adds another step towards progressiveness, Mi .. m Temple Firm BanKrupt. Temple, Tex., Jan. 26. -The Sherrill Mercantile Company of t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 30 January 1914

TTZliBr;. . T5B X. " ,. 3RViM. ., 7 7 . r......., ., ..... , MiinnnMmamM r ( T'"T7 Vff ' V-FI . V . ,'."'i .' V t. . . V . ' " ; The Tribune And News )AY. JANUARY 30 1914 j riding your light under a ishel, Mr, Merchant, will some iay result in the light going out. The automobile business may have made hard times through- out the country but it can be ( thruthfully said that it also made good roads. Some men own so much land and city property that they just cannot aid their towns financially in any progressive movement. Pocr creatures; they are to be pitied. In speaking of Sam Sparks entering the gubernatorial race, the Cameron Herald, one of our esteemed exchanges, says: "A new Richman has entered the field." Well, it certainly takes a "rich t man" to be governor of Texas, it seems. The statements of Elgin's two banks', as published last week, show deposits of over $800,000. Pretty good for a "sartdy land" town, thank you. Diversification of crops, we sur- mise, had something to do ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 30 January 1914

n J IK - ) Y TV ToO wners of Livestock Ordinance No. 83. Keep your money at home where you can get another chance at it when you send your money away for feed it is gone for good when you pay it out to your home mill for home products it is paid out again for home grown cottonseed or home labor and we all get another chance at it artd some of it sticks every time. Cold Pressed Cotton Seed Cake, Cotton Hulls and Cotton Seed Meal Political Pot Begins To Boil - The political cauldron of Williamson County has at last begun to simmer, and'those who would seek political preferment from the people are beginning to venture forth from their recluses and intimate that they would serve, if sufficiently urged. While it is generally under- stood that the entire retinue of public servants in the courthouse at Georgetown, with possibly one or two exceptions, will be candidates for re-electton for succeeding terms, still up to this time not a single public announce- ment of such intention has been ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 30 January 1914

umm&wwumvt LUMBER WE HANDLE ALL GRADES OUR MOTTO: HIGHEST GRADES. LOWEST PRICES, BEST SERVICE. VERYTHING UNDER COVE UTUAL LU CO PANY A. R. GROSSE, Manager. Central Christian Church. . A record breaking school last Sunday. Our Loyal Bible class, simply Igreat, and growing by leaps and bounds, something doing every minute, Had splen- did banquet Monday night. We need a hundred recruits, enlist today. Morning Theme: "Women's Place and Power." . A 3ermon for all, and of special interestJto women; be sure to hear it. Note change, in hour of even- ing worship to 7;3o. Theme: "A Vision of God and His place and Purpose for your Life." Splendid audiences, fine inter est. We want you to enjoy these services. Come. NUGGETS FROM THE MINE Happy hearts are in the courts of praise. If you would serve the Lord, be clean. Men who belieye something do something. Do you know what you believe and why?' ' What is first in your heart and life ? Do not be content to teach your boys to be good: teach t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 30 January 1914

' ft ' '.,'.?;. J" i V XV I' ngw ugjgjjyjjjj IIIIIIMIIIllllllmMM.MIMIMlWIWMllllimiMIW.lMU LOCALandPERSOME Allen Duncan Jr, wbb over "in Milam county this week on busi- ness. Mr, Louis Newman, of Corpus Christi is hero on business this week. , Purity Flour at Rowntreo Bros. The very best. Rowntree Bros. Phone 58-76. Mrs. Wilford McDanier'of Granger was the guest of Mesdames Bartlett and Leather- man the paHt week. Ten per cent off on shoes and ) hats Ed Heinsohn. Mrs. Bostic of Austin was, the guest of Mrs. W. T. Cox the past week. See Angell's Comedians. Our Spring samples have ar- rived, they are the richest and beautiful coloring. Pavel, The Tailor. Miss Roxie Simmons of Wac6, is here on a visit to relatives and friends. If you want to make more money this year, trade with Ed. Heinsohn, Hon. J. V. Morris. Rev. Rho- des, Messrs R. P. Barnett and B. P. Joiner were Georgetown visitors Monday. We have some high grade un- ' x. called suits and pants to sell at half price now, at P. J. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 30 January 1914

u ' HH HUM and it is absolutely neafifisarv that von nrotect vonrself from the pViillv hlnafa fViaf q nnvn .,,,-, ii." next few weeks. WE HAVE TOO MANY WINTER. GOODS, and in order to make room for Our ojjrnig aim summer dlock we are gumg i,u maite suine jl.jk.iviiiu luw rKJi;ji!g. HU- t, B- to.- Nl ,. We want your business this year only the best goods. iriwmraiffrirTm H For All I M ledicines, Toilet Articles, Cigars and HOT AND COLD DRINKS A WeTrea You Righ. Come o See Us niirYnnrrHii'Mre' LOCAL and PERSONAL O. L. Shultz of Taylor was a business visitor here Tuesday. We have the largest stock of seed potatoes in Bartlett. It will pay you to see us before buying. Gersbach-Wacker Co. Messrs Hooper Cook and F. W. Bishoff of Prairie Dell were here Tuesday on business. For Rent Good comfortable room for rent, north from Main Street, close to Casino Hall Chas. Martinets. R. B. Ramsey was in Belton i this week on court duty. Misses Jessie and Pansy Boze- manh "spent the week-end with pare...

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