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

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Publication Title: Bartlett Tribune And News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 17 July 1914

f$H8HdLhm I , " 4 I' J fir I ' .. l JhMkv3S SEaraftiy HEMMW Tpj Col. Howard Bland, Legislative Candidate, The d&ndidacv of Howard Bland .of the different classes and the of Taypr for a seat in the Thirty fourth Legislature, irom William- son county, is commanding more than ordinary uttention at pres- ent and in many instances in this county is overshadowing the deep interest manifested in other races. In the first place, it is common xpfession by a very larjre por- on of this county's voters that r. Bland's consent to stand for lection has eiv.en them a privi- IedKed opportunity to elect al Representative from Williamson county who will be at once recoa- MHHKS&ittiim 5lWafS) V?.'. . ,;-v -ft ytWBBWBM OTeaPrichprosperous- ane banner district he will represent- Expressions are heard on all sides to the effect that this opportnnity will be grasped by Williamson county voters ai d fjhat they will send to Austin, in the person of Colonel Howard Bland, a man who will truly be a re...

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

,4K-.' ? s ' ' AND NEWS R.F. GATES, Editor and Proprietor BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 24, 1914. $1,00 Per Year, VOL. XXVIII. 800 At Cowboy's Dinner. ta SH5B5B5a5E5aSgSB5a5H5aB35asna5B IGBBI ; .-.-be kwHBran hums -,y- Alpine. Tex., July 17. -Joe D. Jackson, president of the Cattle Kaisers' Association of Texas, and his partner J. D. Harmon, were the hosts at an old-fashioned cowboy's dinner here today, attended by about eight hundred persons. The occasion was one of the most delightful features of the Alpine summer normal, which just closed. Addresses were made by Prof. Evans, Tlr, B. F. Berkley, Thom- as L. Klantqn,- candidate for Con- gress from the Sixteenth District and President Jackson cf the Cattle Kaisers' 'Association of Texas. "We have a great many things to be thankful for since we met hoe on a similar occasion last year," declared Mr. Jackson. 'We haye had a very prosperous year and an adundance of rain and the cattle country as a whole is now more.pr...

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

T 4- W' r'valJliifilrSjB"' & ' " 1 BMWIKm Hempel & Whitlow Core 'and let us fit you with m W ffi?m1ii1f We guarantee to give you satis- faction. We are always here to make our guarantee good. vammmmia&waxMiwmscsmasB e'l n And News IFRIDAY, JULY, 24. 1914! Eurtday was the hottest day n (id aectipn for the past elevei lars, If yoU are afraid" of tornadoe- or cyclones be careful about un loading your hot air. Mr. Ferguson might aek Joi Bailey as a good Ball supporter tr answer President Wilson foi him. We predict that Senor Caranza will very' shortly be wondering who it u?as that put the "Pat" n Zapata. When you vote tomorrow, cast your ballot for .las. H. Lowrey for congressman - at - large. Re- member the name J.H.Lowrev. Fewer autos and more silos should be the slogan now among the, farmers, especially if they cannot own both. The silo is an important 'actoron a farm. It is a fact to be regretted .that the pwsident of the United States and Ms cabinet have seen fit to tak...

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

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

AStMJL1, --v ?! fFv Bf CV, iV. ,Y'tn liniiiiMiiiMnwmyiiimiimwiininiiiiiM .miiiibjimiiumiiimimiuWiii iiiiiiimiiiwjuuwmuwmi hen vou buv, be sure is as good as the UTUAL Drink our ice water and load your LUMBER in the shade he MUTUAL Lumber Co. A. R. GROSSE, Manager e I noune And News II, I " ',. " ! . --, -gf?S KWEDAY. JULY, 24, 1914 Xhi$ issue of the Tribune com- iplete thq twenty-eighth year of its existence. We are pleased to inform ou- readers that we have no kick coming on any proposi- tion iwhjch concerns this news- paper,. Our business, both from mercantile and rural districts, has been all that could be de- sired. We haye devoted the best Xart of our , life in an effort to provide the public with a clean, "wholesome newspaper, and the patronage we have received dem onstrates the fact that our exer- itions have- been appreciated. In the'for thcoming years.solong aB this editor is connected witn bhe Iribune, he will devote his test efforts toward the publica- i of a (Jean, hones...

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

7"W' ' $&' I . V ': - : """"'"' j . mziiiz' t:'.. "." ,t-. "..'..'ji'i1 ini" "' """" iMinii in LOCALand PERSONA! Geo. Irvirio has returned jpofh South Texas. ' ; "j Tfrt. HmntfnViTl Will CriUO vnH H squero deal at all times,;'' H$ says the lord. is with him. Bom to Mr. and Mrs. vMaxo Andreas, a girl. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bolding have returned from Corpus. ( Miss Lucy Usry has returned from a visit to Corpus Christi., Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Condrrf hav6 returned from Corpus Christi. 0, R. Cline had business in Temple and Elgin this weekt, Mrs. CroBsthwaite of Waco was the guest of Mrs. E. M Wilson this week. Durant Bartlett returned from a visit to Corpus Christi on Wed neada. Lost On road betweerj Tem- ole and Bartlett. number i986 from auto. Finder motif y $his uii ice. - iY' Mr and Mrs. E. K. Laughlin returned from Corpus Christi on Wednesday. ' "i Will Laughlin and family 'ref turned Wednesday from a visit" to relatives at Robstown. FOR RENT Large furnished room for two, electric ligh...

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

'.y ,f TV W 'S my- u 'i .' 'i'w . -" w We have installed in our drug store 4 large Refrigerating Candy Case which jceeps 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 THE REXALL STOR.E LOCAL NEWS. D. B. Spillar, of Austin, was here Monday on business. Highest market price paid for hogs Jenkins. Ned Bartlett was in Temple this week on business. Read the ads in this issue and thereby profit. B. C. Heaber made a business trip to Austin this week. Anything in fresh vegetables and fruits Rowntree Bros. Mrs. A. T. Ellis is still quite sick at her home in this city. Fresh vegetables received daily at Lawrence Bros. Mrs. Dora Whitlow of Austin visited relatives here this week. Good size safe for sale cheap. Apply to Mutual Lumber Co. A. Gersbach Jr.was in Tem- ple Tuesday on business. Remember the moving picture show goes every night. Doyou? Dr...

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

rv 1 vmmmmmmm jimiiuirijuiiuj mwuhmwuhu jiuiiiiiurmiiwkjmwhi hji ul immui --tfSj , . J jv pf d ,v iM W , fit. '' ; rn 'ft n ' ,JP ' 7MT"r7T"" - . ; . ,-U'V. ..?' " 1 KHBBiKMJ Hi -' A large part of our stock was badly damaged but we have kept only that part which was slightly damaged and a big part which was not injured by fire, smoke or water. Thousands have attended and as the best will go first we appeal to you to get in line and take advantage of the most wonderful sale ever held in Bart let t or vicinity. On Friday the 24th our store will be "closed to all the world to work down and rearrange our stock. Positive orders hve been given to sell this stock and as an inducement we are going to make further reductions. Don't fail here. No mis-representations or exaggerated statement will be tolerated by this firm. 1 -,. Wfe Prove Jzvery Statement We Make- t " ""'" '"' -' " " . 1. . l ll . I , -. -, ,.,... .!, ,., -..-,.. ..., .,-.,- ,- I --,. , I , ' 1 T nfJHT K H fiH' Ki1 v On Saturd...

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

KJj f5.!.'.. Kftvt ., .i',1 I"" A i tti 'Sfe "u ' V . i'".' 4,1 tl mA& A ftWSl m j-y"w ri,,, ""'iTgpr ' rTl - ' rvM-fflioflrjt ' -ifp ji BUND'S RECORD AS LAND OWNER It is Without a Blemish, Ac- cording to Statements of fiis Tenants, Some ol Whom Have Rented From Him i'or Ten Years. lis lirncrosity ana rair IDealing Testfied trfby Appreciative Renters. Voluntary Statements i Place Mr. Bland in Enviable Position Probably as encouraging ar taiv advocacy of the candidac.v 1)1 uojonei nowara manu aim ru ations he has had with the mer i " 1 TT . i T"1 J ...! .. rith whom he has come in con- net during his long business Career is a number of tostimon fials which were presented him week by farmers wao rent Is from him. some of whom have rented these lands for the hpasti ten vears. Aoenrriincr to renters Mr. w -.... .n - , Bland's record as a lfnu ownei is without a blemish and he hae extended them favors which were marked in their generosity The testimonials of the renters express appre...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 31 July 1914

rafcOT W,,.W' i N ' IfcA. r'tVTjH ' .' . "?.vM.--"'-' V. 'iO. ;. . ':.'.?" .!, ,'"lo--- -..".' .'": ;, : f , - if.'-' r ;'' .' . V;i -- Jvf i AND NEWS assti R. P. OATES, Editor and Proprietor BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON T COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, 1914. $1.00 Per Year. VOL. XXIX NO 1 SCki.t ill A. uHn-v ' ' " , J WmL ' ' NHRMh xE H. H V KUfflsB ESSHP 9f V- ftromjeftvemmra L. 1 HI H B i., MH, IHHIVB " l V H cure Ri F J z-z: ... - -rrr.-rr-,j 'H , ',.: rx '. : r . . .j :amgj v ;v . , i V lit" FbL ' 4fo m "I. W'J to FERGUSON IS THE NEXT GOVERNOR. The Latest Returns Report- ed from the State. -vUp until hte yesterday the following figures were issued from the Dallas headquarters: Submission Against, 151,519; for; 129.153. Governor Ferguson, 219,439; Ball, 181,042. Lieut-Gov. - Hubby. 170,998; Sturgeon, 158,790. Treasurer-Edwards, 169,193: Baker, 139,649. Crim. Appeals-Faulk.113,667; DaVidson, 160,206, Com, Agriculture Davis,160,- 206; Halbert. 139,943. R. R. Commissioner Arnold, 100,224; Mayfield...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 31 July 1914

111 O ? . JT i? v- f n WRi lMi'WilllWI ! IIMWBI ' WW I When you buy, be sure is as good MUTUAL'S Drink our ice water and load your LUMBER in the shade. The M Litmh A.tR. GROSSE,' Manager e i rmune News FRIDAY. JULY, 31, 1914 God still reigns and Texas will live forever. Following is the total vote cast for Governor in Harris county: Ferguson 7,669, Ball 5,073, Mor- ris 105. Letlus now hope that the sub- mission question will be relegat- ed to the rear at least until after the holidays. We do not wish to take advan- , v. tage of a defeated party, though Igin this instance we can not re- frain from lemarking that we told you a few." The whole o" Europe is on the verge of warfare oyer the Aus-tira-Syrian embroglio. Not only that, but nearly every nation of the earth seems to be on the brink of a seething volcano. We wonder if George Bailey's battle of Armaggon is about due. At the recent meeting of the Southern Presbyterian general assembly it was reported that the church's contributio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 31 July 1914

fjitt. K I ' -t i w I MlilimiBMIWimdw mim mwmmiaitmKmmamum'vmtmmHMitimmmMitim "HP The Tribune $nd! News FRIDAY, JULY, 31, 1914 "BJK-l-'----' " ' Our Next Governor. Despite the untiring efforts of the "hik" dally press and the politicians to defeat him, James JE, 'Ferguson of Bell County, Texad, Will govern this state for a few.succeeding years, and the Tribune believes that his every act Will be tempered with fair- nees and justice to all who may hd Concerned. HiBing from the ranks of com- inon labor, first to an influen- tial and substantial citizen arid then to the priding head of a great state, is a Titan's, task. But Mr, Ferguson (Bell County, Texas, thank you) has delivered the goods. From the labors of the fields, factories and mines he gainedTiis knowledge of the needs Of mankind, and his race for governor was built upon a platform of equality and justice. Mr. Ferguson did not solicit the. Yote of the corporations. the interests Or the societies. He ippealea directly to the c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 31 July 1914

m M ! -v- -y ', Sll B ffl'MBM TEXAS FACTS COTTON. In hauling tho Texas cotton trop to market tho services of 101V 100 loams nnd wagons arc required tfhich form a procession 8,100 kJJos long. One vear's cotton crop of Texai Vill clothe 300,000,000 people. In Texas there ure 4,G70 gms 113 compresses, 228 oil mills -ami ID cotton mills. Dallas, Texas, is the lurgest cot- ton gin machinery manufacturing renter in the world. Cotton constitutor 17 per cent f tho agricultural production of l'exns. Twenty-five- per cent of the cot- Ion seed oil mills of the United States arc located in Texas. To cotton seed crushing estab- lishments of Texas represent a sipital invcstinient of $2,1,500,000. They furnish omployment to 4,000 persons. One seed of Texas cotton will produce one stalk of about 20 bolls. There are 80 cotton seeds in one boll. It tnkes 25 pounds of cotton jecd to plant one acre. It takes 1,050 jDounds of seed totton to make .a bale of u0() pounds lint, and 1,151) pounds of cotton s...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 31 July 1914

V u bf'f;",1; '"WJJgi HM H MIHMWaMBWWWWWtMIWMWMMMWWWMIWWWWWaWWa i'l- . 'p: '. Kafy's Rooters , Special to Temple &! SUNDAY,- AUGUST 2nd ACCOUNT BIG' BALL GAME Sartlett vs. Temple Train Leaves Granger 1 p. m. Leaves Bartlett About 1:10 p, m. Leaves Holland About 1:30 p. m. RATES FOR ROUND TRIP Bartlett 95c. ' Granger $1.00. Holland 70c. TRAIN RETIMING LEAVE TESV1PLE 8:30 P.M. oriie and spend the afternoon at Jim. Fer- guson's Headquarters and root for Barllett. Steckholders' Meeting. ' The stockholders of the Barl-lott-Wfestom Railway aro hereby notifiod that a special meeting of the stockholders of tne Bartlett- Western Railway is hereby called tomeei at the offices of said company at Bartlett, Texas, on September 30th, 1914, at ten o'clock a. m., for the purpose of determining the amount of a loan to be negotiated by uafd com- pany to fix the rate of interest which may be paid, to provide for the security of said loan and to authorize the President and Secretary to sign bonds i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 31 July 1914

V. I ft fc t t , B tf t' fWHrJ 'if MLmtk 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 Drug Store, where you "KNOW you "will get the best service. "A Taste & Yots Want More CONDRA LOCAL NEWS. Do your duty and attend church. Prof and Mrs. A. K. Christian are at Katy for a short time. L. K. Morris made business trip to Dallas this week, Good size safe for sale cheap. Apply to Mutual Lumber Co. Messrs Adolph Hempel and Allie Shults and families are en- joying camp life at Towns' Mill. Fresh vegetables received daily at Lawrence Bros. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Lawrence, Mr. and Mrs. 0. Belk and Mr. and Mrs. L.SWilhiteXand Mayor Kelley spent Sunday at Towns Mills. Mr. and Mrs.'fE. JNeitzsch of near Holland are visiting rela- tives at Gonzales. Anything in fresh vegetables and fruits Rowntree Bros. W. H. Lassiter made a busi- ness trip to Waco Monday. Read...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 31 July 1914

VI 1 9 9 Ur . w? A large part of our stock was ba31y damaged but we have kept only that part which was slightly damaged and a big part which was not injured by fire, smoke or water. Thousands have attended and as the best will go first we appeal .to you to get in line and take advantage of the most wonderful sale ever held in Bartlett or vicinity. Positive orders have or exaggerated .Central Christian Church. We are being greeted with -flood audiences, but need you with us. Come Sunday for we have something good for you. Our morning theme will be "The Power of Faith or All Things Possible to him that Believes." We jom in the Union Services at the Tabernacle in the evening s-hour and the pastor will preach the Sermon. Theme: "God's Purpose Through the Ages." We would be pleased to meet you there. NUGGETS FROM THE MINE. No man "has done the best for A-himself and for society wha'has 'not cultivated the soul. The one - who Has developed his body only Is a sayage; the one who has de- ",...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 31 July 1914

u H "Tyfy? aaxr. ill mmmim,4m MtetoMMii -'' -f-r--- ffcjkl iftliMRWMMto RMHS I fit U i Unnnh a v n We are still selling Soda Water; all flavors delivered anywhere in -the. city at 40 CENTS CASE n I We defy all competition as to quality and price. We have been here since Bartlett was a town and you ought to know us. We stand redy to guar- antee every sale we make, TRY US. ; Bartlett Bottling Works BRAUN & ZANDERS, Proprietors IE NUMBER 46 PSION MeeKs Store Robbed. Bartlett Defeated wwmi dtimvei La3H8HBt1 At the precinct convention held at Bartlett, precinct No. 25 of Williamson County, Texas, on the 25th day of July 1914, with L. Rowntree chairman the fol- lowing proceedings were had: Upon motion Jas. C' Laughlin was elected secretary by accli- mation. Motion made and car- ried that the chairman appoint a committee of three to select and submit a list of delegates to the County Convention to bo held at Georgetown on August 1st. The chairman appointed the follow- ing committee: J....

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

i foe - jF-W'wsP5' 1 nk. b3- i51 "f f AND NEWS h li- K. F. OATES, Editor and Proprietor BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COU.NTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 1914. $1.00 Per Year. VOL. XXIX, NO. 2 lu , tr-' ' i -. . tr,.v. ?p ,? U- -r V k ys A REVOLTING CRIME. Negoes Jailed for Murder of Little Girl. A young boy named Hinze, while fishing in Long Branch Creek on the Granger road near the bridge last Saturday, dis- coved the dead body of a 5-year old negro girl in the water. The boy alarmed the neighborhood and the body waB taken from the water. A heavy piece of the part of a stove was found at- tached to the feet of the child, demonstrating that murder had been committed. An investigation was immedi- ately started, which resulted in the arrest of Som Robertson and Willis Robertson and wife, who are now charged with the mur der of the blind daughter of the Robertson woman by her first husband. All the parties were lodged in the county jail at Georgetown. After the arrest of the parties enough evide...

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

"tr J , v .. Did You Evertfhintt? TEXANS PROUD OF THEIR TO FAIR Different Policy Being Pursued by Management This Year. " La Puncture Proof Did you ever think as the hearse passed by That it would not be long until lichlin 8c Good you or I Would be taking a ride in that black plumed hack rich Tires When you boy, be sure And never remember the com is as good as the I lv Drink our ice water and load your LUMBER in the shade. LlslTlO A. R. GROSSE, Manager It is Due Very Soon. The European war situation only appears alarming to thoae who have been so busy in their mad chase for money that they have had no time to devote their Ifdlhistury or the condi- Mve brought on the SOT . . .'itantiiMna nrirm pan. . Jl,tL1ZlllALli3 V.17V. WVH SSliistory has repeated itself. The fall of ancient Greece, the bloody career of Nero before the fall of Rome, rieht on down to the French Inquisition, all came within their allotted cycles. No power on this earth was able to prevent them. They were but a seque...

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