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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 26 June 1914

'' frrtnn ifMljiinL ''. tuiHiHi fofof" tJ!Wffi!1!gr.'!lw!!WJlXif'' We have Lime if or Disinfectant purposes, We have Screens to keep out the flies. - Donrt fail to let us figure on your Llimber bill. Mutual Lumber Co. COVERED YARD Bartlett's. Best and Biggest StorfcV Excellent Service in Conjunction With Excellent Merchandise. wu i!p.' iS- T, i w tf s& . ..-. .'ida.'.. ..'..: fc .wamaajfeatr .a,-. teaMaa ' -i" w t Awmm mi im r,HfllM"'fsP g rapp , .TOi0-2 .XMI.T. -u' . H " W"WCHW " I -i, GirsbachrWackr "Co ' m"4 "'! . ' . I "' :' , '-f v 1 I'M if N- - it"'-' ' fe IfeVA '.fy . Pjs: im?h- i si!1: . i v,. fe "".. 17- KW S. ' i- j Skv &M f?w. i : .. D- KM Leslie Keeps. Keep Ho ol ' Clothing Mouth health depends upon sound teeth and bpth on Rexall Tooth Paste, sold only at Condra & Blair's u a Koepke- rown Co. For Good Things to Eat and Wear Pavel Will Dress You Better fc Bartlett Bot- tling Works Braun & Zanders Proprietors Condra & Blair Cold Drinks and Cigars Report...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 26 June 1914

t . ,. . A tmiMMMMMimnKMM to We carry a complete line of Menty Women's and Children's Shoes. Be sure to look through our stock be fore buying. GROCERIES We are able to; take Care of your wahts in this line at all times. ! Ge rsbach ' SqhWrtner, Tfexas .'f;!,i' he Trihuwfe i And News i - FRIEIAY, JUNE, 26, 1914 h ,:Now that the roads between Ijere anp Holland and Donahoe. have befsn Macadamized, leaving a gap off several hundred vards. within ;the incorporate limits, Hhat will bog a snipe in muddy Jtimes, what is Bartlett going to ido about connecting up Clark street with the roads just com pleted by the county? As the matter now stands, it will be an awful hardship on the farmers who want to do their trading here to have a nice road up to "Within a few hundred yards of town and then drag thru' the mud in : order to get to apend their mbney. The Tribune is satisfied; that thefmatter can be adjustediif taken up and agitated among our citizens', for they are always willing to do the ri...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 26 June 1914

tfJRMCWi fff '.?.. fjffJWSntWBMnWWlpi 4.OCALB4fERS0Ni!f ftT MW Erdrakn land West of ft Temple wfte gjjests of Mrs. R. F. Ctee yesterday , Snarrow's chocolates -at -30c V ' per bound at the Olvmplafrlv&n- J,lCVIrlUUVJ' ' ' Mrs, W. P. ifterty, who is irij the Kings Daughters Tidapltal,, ia f reported to bo doing nicely. Freah vegetablesireceived da Hy fat Lawrence Bros. 1rnn'fcfni'irAfr.:fhR meetincr which begins at the tatjethaclej next Sunday morning. i. : All kinds' 6f honid made can dies at 20c per pound, at the Olym- pian Confectionery! ' i(3, B. Jonesi ot near Holland wa" here Wednesday on busi ng ;' j. , Jdat receiveda chrpf buggies fajho latest; eles; -Bartlett HdwCo, ; ' Born to Mr. imd Mrs. Arthur gtilk, Junel8J?a girl, . i , fcoi. tiew rubber tires V.toutv. 00' ydus buggy at Stok js-Blair J3$ fenry Schm Ut haMiucar toft T. tf iribf er purposes, if y.o.H , want to 'go anywhere' in nuio swimu. -. . )i. ,i. -.J.-U T-!U m B. Hurst Ptoute 2, Gran ger;; rememoerea we uiuuub I...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 26 June 1914

tj rfMBaliyX WB T&BiU KMwnere lu, WJ ir jn ft If tf aEfvee MHRMPHIf? We have installed in our drug store a large Refrigerating Candy Case which keeps both Bulk and Package Chocolates fresh the year round. When you are thirsty be sure that you come to Our Drugstore, where you KNOW you will get the best service. "A Taste & You Want More" CONDRA & BLAIR THE REXALL STOR.E LOCAL NEWS. P, W. Bischoff and daughter " of Prairie Dell, were here Mon- day. It will pay you to have your work done by tailors who knows -P J Pavel. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Roger McCarty of Austin, June 22, a fine boy. You can find Crawford's Blue Bug Exterminators at Leather- man Drug Co. J, D. Slawson made a business trip to Temple Saturday.'' The World's Best-Guth's Chocslates Condra & Blair. The babe of Mr. and Mrs. Root. Sexton, was quite sick this week, necessitating the services of a trained nurse. Read the ads in this issue and profit. and Mrs. John R. Smith Saturday for Houston, Miss., they go t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 26 June 1914

i mMZWi m(jiinii:iiiiiiiimiiiwilD MMMMMIMMMp n r Our Semi-Anriual i. . m jiiuLaeiiiaM EZZ Begins Wednesday Morning, July 1st I Watch for the Long agb the buying public learned that when we announce a sale they can.de pend upon every word of advertisement we have made. You will not only have a chance' to buy at 20 Per Cent Off on our regular stock but you will find all through our store extra bargains for this sale. Be sure to attend this sale as it will mean a big saving. v . W. C. T. U Meet On Thursday. .Tune 4, the W. C. T. U's met in the new and spacious home of Mrs. D. F. Joiner Roll cal was responded to with quotations about flowers. Many beautiful thoughts were expressed. The program con- sisted of reports from the State Convention which met at Green- ville in May. We are encouraged at the growth and deyelopement of W. C. T. U during 1913. It was decided that a "W. C. T. U. yell" would be the next move to- wards putting our society in 'keeping with the age and a com- mittee wa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 26 June 1914

fes riwni,mkimiibm wwNifr wwiim ikt tomito&jimmkfcMi'initoMmi HihiiiWJ.,m wuhii i mi n ii nil nw Mmii w mtwiniaiiw Wnimi f i SKOSk ' OTKT roxoire B OLE) mrwamm if 0 mm WW HBa fJIufMWJm.illfa'Mrik vim ' f! II I a Mil AhwiqIWhHHI I: '- 4fcK l -SiwMW ' r-rr- r . J W$ j E iyM70ilfflW A JBBF - cm? xmMrYmii. tukKat w? K '. ' t,v.s:-2f . (3r?iiMJf . a f , . .-... MnHBBKv F MVH 9H HHHHHMF hhBt Come and get some nice, COOL CLOTHES: We keep the kind through which re- freshing breezes may sift and keep you comfortable.' The long, long summer is yet be- fore you. You can't enjoy it in in hot, ugly old clothes. When you think of buying, remember, that our store is not one of mushroom growth but one-, established .on the Ifirm 'foundation of dealing squarely with everyone who has given us their business CONFIDENCE. ' , M o hi 11 Jr uu hi' ,:i ujartiezt uexasvHx . ? faifi t i u Buys a genuine PALM BEACH SUITS ' any- size to fit any man . i . knin i, w ti .. 4 Our PRIESTLY MOHAIRS are very coo!...

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

w 'V 'jD Aim WMJN E w s J 17, , XtJ.Vftf. ' . .. -"zfiii&m.jr - j , u i.i,.,rr.', ,aiiW,illHWlimMircraMM' . .A C-i.-, fit. F. GATES, Editor and Proprietor BARTLETT WILLIAMSON C TEXAS, FRIDAY, ..TUtfY 3, 1914; '$1.00 Per Year., VOL. XXVJIL NO. 49 & fflf to I.' J ll'l B F I? WMK"j imms wmmf BARTLETT WINS FIRST PRIZE. Bartlett was represented in the big parade "Wednesday morn- ing at the opening of the Taylor Fair, by Misses Lester Matthews. Virgie Bell and Ola Daniels and rMr. Ned Bartlett in an Auto decorated in yellow lillies and thJ naraa "Bartlett" printed in iloWers. The car was a "Marion 6," owned by Frank Doering, driven by Ned Bartlett and won first fcrize in the parade. Temple in First Place Temple regained first place in the Middle TexaB league by de- feating Bartlett 6 to 3. Dennis pitched a good game, allowirig but three hits, while Watson also did well on the mound. ' 'Chief ' was there with the dark ball striking out ten of the local sons and allowing but two pas...

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

M Imember The New and Secood-HaimJ Store For real bargains in Furniture. I buy sell and exchange. I am now located opposite Stp'k'es- Blair Hardware. Qo. Id Ufco ,-va'samKWK tmwhhimw , UU e Tribune News I KID AY. JULY, J, 1914 that in )tarian? the "Dickens" is a Browiiwood will take the prize over any city in the state of Texas in the loyalty of her citi- zens., When a stranger cpmea, to town he fittdfi everv man here a -believer in the 'present and future ofiBrbwiitfood. This is as it -should be.-r-Brownvood Bulletin. Have y.ou ever been,to Wichita Falls? . - "Farmer Jim" is the talk of the state. No joke now; he's the real thing. Fishing is awful good, they say. and if any ef our friends don't like either of the candidates running for governor, they can "dig bait" and spend July 25 on the coot and shady banks of the Donahoe or Gabriel. Why not the city of Bartlett make some kind of a deal with theM. K.&T. Railway Comp- any for a few carloads of the el they are now placing on t...

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

m ; l' 11 )lnn llilll i t nil (lii-lji H nil iillJIM Mi'liillmiiiiJliliyiliiiiiiiiiiiiiMJihi ittftai We have Lime for Disinfectant purposes. Gersba We have Screens to keep out the flies? . Ron't fail to let us figure on your Lumber bill Bartlett's Best and Biggest Stoi utual Lumber Excellent Service- in Conjunction With Excellent Merchandise. COVERED YARD t-v ar & MEmM t- 'l. yK, h' ffl A 'vi KKF I 62WA V L.lLOlllL Keeps Keep-Koo! Clothing It if Mouth health depends '! linnn Round foofh nnrl g& both on Rexall Tooth f aste, sold onJy at Condra & Blair's t?7 rnmrn ra I ill w II Urilm ror iuuu inings a to Eat and Wear Pavel Will Bres You'TBetter - I "rffl "MaiblH- ffoftfr m 7 Proprietors J! ; Condra & Blair Cold Drinks and Cigars SJj Reports received on games' KoepRe Rowntree IHb CanovalCofffee H rresh Vegetables ' Br0S rJEI& 'nicBcst Jmm, at J If its to eatr At . Wt weMveit. ML nomJm won ML wntree bros. A tT M mm .ll K fl AAmhini4iAH ifl vj - -' ibw pa. W vHr VH ' ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 3 July 1914

WISSSMSSSSBMSBSKKU i rm.tiPoM C muii iwi'iiiiDiiuimiii. hi MiiiwwiiiiiiiimiiwMMiiiuiiiWiaiii ilimiiHi iikiwwXmwiVi ii Iiii in n 8 MWIimiiiWiiwiiwwiiihiuiiiihii wmiwh niMimiiiiiuimiiiw HlllillirillliiWllMMWBiMWUWWIJiWittllWMJWillllUltgl tit HI Ml : The Most Stupendous Sale Advance of yfJthe Age a Mighty Hi on at .. m w auik a Majesty p argains THOUSANDS Of DOLLARS WORTH OF GOODS NOT HARMED BY FIRE SMOKE OR WATER TO BE THROWN ON THE OPEN MARKET At PRICES BEYOND BELIEF for I id! 15$, Circular Announcing ' and Terrns Our w V If You Are in Need of Anything It Will Pay You To Wait Until Saturday, July 1 1 tiaiirrm BARTLETT, TEXAS .HBHKBBkk. M We carry a complete line of Men's, Wpmeirs and Children's Shoes. Be sure to look through our stock be- fore buying. " Lever Bill Passes Lower Rouse Of Congress. LWe are able to take care of your wants in this line at all times. ,v Gcrsbach-Wacker i Lomp any Schwertner, Texas e Tribune News ?RIDAY, JULY, 3, 1914 (he grass is said to be so le Plains th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 3 July 1914

HTp?J 7v muMwnwimi iw ill iiMijgjglMgijiiiaintiiii Miitij ;ji!jSji.ji!i' " . i iiiijjiiM Ml, inMinjjiiji hi 'i';!J!tL'J!J'.l!i'Jl!l.Ll 1 ' f ' ft ' a-1 'I K. fu fir l.;v -b LOCALand PERSONAL Bom to Mr. and Beyer a fine girl. Mr'fi. Max Mr. and Mrs, Albert Clark saw the Taylor Fair Wednesday. Miss Loraine Mitchussoti ib visiting in Temple this week. Mrs. Estell Bolding visited at Taylor this week, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Wilson were Taylor visitors Wednesday. Mr. Jess Morris of Araarillo is here on a visit to relatives and friends. W. G. Marshall who lives near Davflla, was in town Wednesday on business. H. Dabelgott and R. Heinsohn o f Halletsville visited relatives here last week. Messrs Fred Montgomery and Noah Shultz saw the ball game in Temple Sunday. MY. nnd Mrs. Milton Hair of West Texas is here on a visit to .relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Baker of Jonah, visited Mr. L. Balding and family this week. MeadamesF. T. Stockton and Cora Chaduoin visited the Taylor fair Wednesda...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 3 July 1914

friffif I ,. Kl ,.., mmmmimmrmtmmmm The World's Best Chocolates We have installed in our drug store a large Refrigerating Candy Case which keeps both Bulk and Package Chocolates fresh-the year round. ' Vhen you are thirsty be sure that you come to Our Drug Store, where you KNOW you will get the best service. "A Taste & You Want More'9 CONDRA & BLAIR THE REXALL STOR.E LOCAL NEWS. R. L. Fomer made a business trip to Waco the past week. New car of Nutrine Feed at J. SL Izard's. The World's Best-Guth's Chocslates Condra & Blair. Quite a number from Bartlett attend the game in Temple Mon- day. Read the ads in this issue and thereby profit. Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Shaver of Jarrell were in town Monday shopping. We are looking for a car of oat and wheat bags any day Law- rence Bros. John Poynor has returned from Thorp Springs. Sell your oat and wheat to Lawrence Bros. ". J. D. Slawson made a business tijp to San Marcos last Friday. Jl M. Setzer, -of Davilla, was here Friday. WJhen i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 3 July 1914

( uu uM.luMIIMlWliMl"ni!WllN'Ml'lill"' "'l'"'11 '" "I" I""!'!"! '""-'Ifrl - .-p-- ' - - ' -'-"" r1-."""" """ "" ' ' '- T UIH WllWilWHWn.l,'MWH'li(!i nftn ( ii iw nwtuCTWPm SJI PKM4& f'JWfMM.:' BMflKi tm r m m mn mwm I 'f v;":.'?; :,''; ;'- ';-'is; Mill going on' ,' . -. r I Aill ;Kfep;":nfi KatVirrtav Tnlv 11th w ww ffi ft ' '5itr.iB. " w w s. a fc-r ,a a. 'ws. wm w & m w m h ml m a nfe ' ' is ', s." n oatura ay, If youv-rni-ss fhisyou: pijiss ;tia; biggest sale this season Prices will tell. t ' IIKIIIII IlllWi I r t Now is the time to reduce your .cost, of living without reducing the qiaJity of the goodsl you buy. In connection with our regular discounts you will find special lots of mer-!' chandise' all over the store. " We haven't sp.ce here to cs.ll your attention .to all of them,jj; hut you will be well podd for your trouble. Every item triad is not listed below will heU sold at 20 per cent off, except a few items named below. . FCTWifVttffrgJ Shoes 20 Per Cent Off Spec...

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

HfMPpiPVPinPn miuMwii, mill in -I,--' 'V rr?TT-'---'?z . iimiiii ., n ii.iiii luhmi .t..,ii.V 3- SSSa limWttlfMinhililiii HMtiiniliiWiiii wrni'lH I'n lil , Hiill4 iiMi,IIPin . 1 '. "j!lj"V '' f ii r ' . . ' , ;,' "!.- -,, m i f . HBMRVBwwm iiliiiwmiiBMritMWiiiiiMiiiwiiMWiwimiaia'iM bwj M MUM s, t ft.- gfi lf& X Jm ytJF m Ms ff"? 1 B . 3.1 v . ' ' TV , I ;t V j ,SV , a IVIAA:VVITL.L. THE CAR OF ECONOMY A- vKirH r , ' Vt s Look over this list and then come and JULY Zj sBaSrf.P iBiMwawRj H8B!gaA!M?jMaii(iiz'juinO ((fssoiiLjISnS l" SEE US FOR PARTICULARS The Bartlett Motor Company (Baptist B&racas Organize. ThcypunK pecple of the Bap- tist church spent a most enjoy- Ma nnd nrofitable time Tuesday evening at the home of pastor J. C. Rhodes. The early part of the evening was devotesLtb hearing pome talks concerning the organi- zed Sunday SchoWclass work, : and what constinfSIs an A-l Sun- day School At!he conclusion 'of this part of the program the young men retired to a seperatc ...

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

vt r &m $&i& Wtittlt A N' NEWS R.F. GATES, Editor and Proprietor BARTLETT, WlELIAMSOtf COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 17, 1914. $1.00 ?er Year. VOL,. XXVIII. NO, ' . Wtib&txR i . & For Education of Cofifttry Children . . ' ' Houston, Texas, July " 14 Francis A. Ogden the multi-mik Honaire octogenarian, who died suddenly in this city on the night Of June' 6, it developed today left a will. It is in po3es'sion of Judge Norman G. Kittrell. In it he nrovides that his entire estate be devoted to the edu- cation of country children, child- ren whose advantages are limited to the study of the fields and wo'ods and to the little instruction which they can set from one room school houses. liis estate is located in more than a dozen States.-lii? Texas holdings alone being appraiseat' about $1,000,- Four are 304 Years Oldi T S. Earl a proof reader on a 'Houston paper, is named as the executor, Or rather the entire estate is teft to him, he, it is said, beintr bound to carry ou...

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

F jm n Vf I I. Ill II If" ! I H J MMmMMMMMMH mmmexmmm Come and let us nt you with The Bailey Question We guarantee to give you satis- faction. We are always here to make our guarantee good. Hempel & Whitlow h e Tribune And News FRIDAY, JULY, 17, 1914 The sign of prosperity can be sen on every hand in Bartlett. Get out of the way and let the 'town expand. It has been said that the pro- per regard for the dead is the highest mark of a civilized com- munity. Keep fie cemetery in good condition. It seems that all the federal office holders at Washington would have enough to do, attend ing to the affairs of the govern- ment, instead of "dabbling" in- to the political affairs of Texas. Press dispatches a few days ago stated that a Pennsylvania woman died after being an in- valid for 101 years. She must have been that Peruna advertise- ment woman whom we thought dead long ago. If Ball is elected, which he will iiiot be, but if he is accidentally elected, it will be up to him te sta at ...

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

hf. Jll t "fry U ifjiyffyff w it immUhhwm -jJLMMMMI-iyftl-l- Tm9 a ft ? hT. till i. i.j. in n 4-, HEN&Y ADDRESSES VOTERS OF HAMILTON COUNTY (From the Hamilton nccord.) That Congressman K. L Henry Is Oeoply entrenched In tho hearts of the people of Hamilton county whom ho has so long represented, and that ho has maintained their highest esteem and fullest confidence, was manifest hy the packed liouso of en- thusiastic votors who heard him speak at tho court house last Saturday aftornbon. Tho speaker was Introduced by Hon. A. It. Eldson of this City, who spoko 'briefly of tho sorvlco of our congress- ' man nnd paid eloquent tribute to tho man, Henry, tho eulogy being received with sympathetic interest and cheers by tho audience. Seated hear tho speaker's stand were lions J. T. James, A H- Eldson. Cnpt. A H Watson, Judgo J L, Lewis, Cant Johnnie Llltard and others. when Congressman Henry aroso to speah; ho was greeted with prolonged cheering. Ho had arisen from a sick bod to fill h...

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

IMWll.lllWiMlMawUMyiimIMIIUj txrEsWant all the good credit ' business we can get in this trade territory and would ask, all jose good that have no account ith us to co come and trade me. lo Objection to Cash Business aUALITY AND PRICES RIGHT ersbach-uaccer Co Schwertner, Texas TheTribune fM H IWY3 FRIDAY, JtJLY, 17t 1914 bpcaKing of Col. Bland. Pensions Increased IfDespite the drouths, floods, and undred troubles Bartlett forges Fstqadily ahead. If you don't be- tlieye it glance at the standing in jddle Texas league. r before in the history of ntry has the national ad- tion been so active in ilitical questions as they Texas seems to cut a en. praise the Lord. They say that Jim Ferguson --" jtnswi r -1J uiis&ampuign ui biuuuei Rifoy?i?iS. ..... run. 'iwoBn nr r.nnr. nfi p.vi- Wffiftf"&nmotViinrr tf what: m" ,rw o w -f tViia Stnfn more than ffFfisht, for some of the political clergy" are not averse "fighting the devil with Pre." Jjtn Ferguson hats never ap- BaJsMo the lower cl...

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

"" -V - i ( LOCALandPEKSOME A. F. Taylor was in Temple Wednesday on business. Born, on Wednesday, a fine boy, to Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Rogers. L. J. Luedeeke, representing the Texas Harvester Co., was here this week. Ed. Heinsohn will give you a squere deal at all times, He says the lord is with h'.m. ,7. M. Allen spent several days in Schwertner this week deliver- ing several car loads of coal. Mrs. Nancy Whitfield left Wed- nesday for'Wingate, to spend sometime -with her daughter, Mrs. Barney Riley. Mrs. A. G. Winn returned Wednesday from a visit of sever- al WeekB in Pt Worth. Durant Bartlett went to Cor- pus Christi Wednesday and will also visit Kingsville, where he has interest. Mrs, Lucas Rowntree and davghter, Miss Gladys spent several days with friends-in Aus-. tih this week, Mrs. 0. P. Winn has gone to Archer City, for a visit with her parents, A. P. McLaughlin and family. 0. P. Winn made a business trip to Houston this week. fed Allen,, Mrs. Allen and child- ren of Granger, a...

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

, '..' .. , ',11 m v ml. 1 JUSk:Xl'Jy k .A n , ; r We have installed in our drug store a large Refrigerating Candy Case which keeps both Bulk and Package Chocqlates fresh the year round. When you are thirsty be sure that you come to Our Ding Store, where you KNOW you will get the best service. "A Taste & You Want More CONDRA amiiuwwbii'JMHmmxms&m t LOCAL NEWS. Henry Johns of Granger was here Monday. New car of Nutrine Feed at J. M. Izard's. Highest market price paid for hogs Jenkins. L. Lihdemann of Rogers was here Sunday. Read the ads in this issue and thereby profit. Mayor Kelley was on the sick list the past week. Anything in fresh vegetables and fruits Rowntree Bros. Some much needed grading is being done on the streets. Fresh vegetables received daily at Lawrence Bros. W. G Whitlow was in San An- tonio this week. Miss Lucy Usry is spending the week in Corpus Christi with friends. Good size safe for sale cheap. Apply to Mutual Lumber Co. Quite a crowd of our citizens wen...

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