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

?mw lip IMgy I till gl'jgWgggjMg WILSON ENDORSED v In County Coventions Over the State. ' County njonventlons of demo- cratic party in every section of Texa3 last Saturday endorsed the administration of President Wil- ' son with an unanimity indicating concerted action by the leaders in both the Ball and Ferguson camps and sent to El Paso dele- gates who will give Ferguson substantial control of that con- vention. . A general indorsement , of the national administration was Rjven at practically everv - county convention, regardless of the complexion of the delegates. Many counties gave specific expressions of approyal on the tariff, Mexican, financial and trust p'olicies of legislation fol- lowed by the administration. Senator J, W. Bailey opposed a resolution offered at the Cooke county oonventian, proposing an indorsement of the Wilson ad- ministration "and everything It stands for." Mr. Baily offered a substitute providing "that we cordially endorse the national and state adminis...

Publication Title: Bartlett Tribune And News, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 7 August 1914

'WjMiiiiww.Mm The Tr twine And News O 4S. FRIDAY, AUGUST, 7 1914 ,U I ........ ' ' ihen you boost for Bartlctt ard boosting yourself. Gut the weeds on your prem- ises and keep the alleys clean. 1 The Texas piimary election Jid not interfere with the war Situation in Europe, although the ibattle was rather fierce. It is with deep regret that we record the sad death of Mrs. Woodrow Wilson, the beloved wife of the president ot the Uni- ted States, The editor with his family are Bnjoyinga few days of camp life on the Gabriel. Therefor our readers will please overlook any discrepancies. It is promised that the Unit'd oStates will be strictly neutral in the European war affair, but we are not informed how long that neutrality is pledged. Regardless of the war.Bartlett tv ill pay you the highest market price for your cotton and your products. This statement has bean proven repeatedly, The Granger compress which 3aa been in operation at that .place for the past few years, is being moved to ...

Publication Title: Bartlett Tribune And News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 7 August 1914

'P ?tB?! mm. i n iiiiiiiiniif nfi.ia.MM ...wwutioinin'MLiyi. vmwg!atinn Maim mm mmmmiukm Ijkmummmummtutm I LOCALand PERSONA! Miss Bonnie Brown, who r3 ' cently underwent an operatidn at a Temple sanitarium, returned home Tuesday. . She was ac- companied homo by her uncle, L L. Brown. u FOR RENT Large furnish-3 room for two, electric lights and "baths in connection. Call on E. L. Hair. 7-24-52-tf. Mrs. John Wells viBited her son, Barton Wells and family, in Temple on Tuesday; Wesley Turner has returned from a brief visit to the homo f oiks in West Texas. . For Sale Folan china pigs six Weeks old, see J. J. Bucelc. D. K. Leatherman was "court ing" in Bel ton this week. Mrs. Will Hatch was in Davilla this Week to see her mother, Mrs. W. Hine, who was reported on the sick list, " Is vour liver inactive? Liv ver-latf will wake it up. Condra &,Blair. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Cates of Taylor are the proud parents of a baby girl, born last Monday. For Sale at Bargain Birdie Stanmore and her c...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 7 August 1914

K .-A If lr.' (t iW., r. If. ft ': Sla" V &' We have installed in our drug, store a large "Mrigerating 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 & You "Want More" CONDRA & BLAIR THE REXALL STORE LOCAL and PERSONAL Mr. and Mrs. Lee Belk are camping at Salado. Mrs. J. E. Dillard entertained the needle class last week. Full line of iron roofing. at the Stokes-Blair Hardware Co. Miss Lena Stafford of Holland is visiting Mr. and Mrs, J. E. Dillard. ( Mr. Ben Atkinson of Florence was a "Bartlett visitor Monday enroute to Austin. Just received at Stokes-Blair Hardware Co. corrugated roof- ingall lengths. The gravel road from Schwert- ner to Goodeville is being com- pleted this week. Messrs Hugh Blair and L. W. Wilhite made a business trip to Taylor Friday. -Avoid imitators and have your fclothe's cleaned and pressed by i...

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

: yv4hr .-, i. i "' ' I Special Bargains owing Week at the f -,! for the FoH h " Beginning Saturday the 11th we will offer extra ordinary bargains on this seasons High Grade Merchandise, such ls you are in need of daily. We have a big assortment of high grade this summer goods 'in our store. Our buyer is making prepara- tions to leave 'for the Eastern Markets to purchase Fall Goods hence we must dispose of all our Summer goods. Below we only quote prices on a rew or our specials wmcrv is realy at acruaJ below cost. or -I vm 1 f m I - - s m $m Your Special on Dress Goods 3,000 yards in this ldt. You will find Flax- on, Batiste and Tisue Lawn worth Qp 25 per yard this weeks special at fb New Shades in Figured Crepe worth 20c this weeks special at lp per yard .. H Bo 40c Crepe . in beautiful shades, this weeks nc special at per yard ,jj Ladies7 Vests i2c value at. . 8c 15c value at , 10c 25c value at 19c Ladies' Skirts All this seasons Skirts at greatly reduced prides. r A Ladies' Hous...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 7 August 1914

iji. iVtl n I miHmSJttiJMC4 toBSEHe The League Closes. Tomorrow's ame with George- town hero marks the close of the Middle Texas League. Bartlett has played in hard luc.k both in the first and second half of the the baseball season Besides this there were many changes in management and players, which Was confusing both to the public and to the players. The patron- age Was all that could be desired in view of the population and the support of a losing team... It really looked at the begin ning of the second session that Bartlett had a walk-over, but errors and dissensions among the Players played havoc with team work and discipline, and that is the principle reasomwhy the percentage column looked lonesome without .Bartlett at the bottom of the second division. But a stock company is now on the verge of organization, and new uiooa, pom in directors uuu players, is promised for the fans next season. We are informed that Brooks Gordon has been re talned as manager of the team for 1915. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 14 August 1914

Wl. foM AND N E' R P. CATESJteOR AND Proprietor BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY. AUGUST 14. 1914. $1.00 Per Year. VOL. XXIX, NO. 3 liJv-f A m- j i fr : u I- if it a &. RESULT OF SAT-i! URDAY'S PRIMARY. In the election held last Satur- day in Beil county-, it being the oiwnnrf nrimnrv. there were two BUSINESS COLLEGE FOR BARTLETT Prof, L. R, Walden, president of Wald n's Business -Colleges, with branches in every southern' econo pnmury, " " atetft MCBir Florida, will organ- Sr0,Sn - -d personally conduct roads not many voters went to the polls, hence the light vote. Thejjcomplete vote in the connty in the sheriff's race resultedjas follows: nnP Smith 2825 Blair 2360 Smith's majority 465 Complete returns in the collec- tor's race resulted as follows: Nelson 3009 Jennings Nelson's majority 985 The Sanitaty Grocery '(TO The latest venture inBartlett islthe SanitarjrjGroceryopened in lithTVuilding ZLnei5Ldooi- Leatherman Drug uo., wiui mi, T. S. Parker, late of Brownwood a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 14 August 1914

, 'i The Tribute News FJUDAY. AUGUST. 14 1914 Who Are Heathen? The market reports from the various commercial centers o the United States tell us of the fluctuating markets and the prob- able increase in the Drices of the articles needed by the food con- sumer and a reduction in the pricea of those that must be had by the manufacturer. That is the way of the world. But that uolicy (employed since the beginning- of both dynasties and re- publics) has only spelled disaster and ruin. Wherever the dollar rules with an iron hand, where iustice is- throttled, and virtue is traded for gold can be been the ultimate annihilation of society and a rule of the sword or its re- sultant anarchy, The burden of this weight falls upon the producers, and more particularly upon the far- mers, who are hookwinked and cheated at every stage of the financial game. The price of wheat is made in Chicago by a Rang of commercial pirates who could not tell a blade of wheat from one of Johnson grass. The cotton...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 14 August 1914

- ' ' ' . , ( ! . ' - " ' .. , 1 ". ' - &s U M' m B' . r ! ia ITEMS FROM SALADO To the Tribune: The splendid rains of the past week will do, it is believed, much good to the cotton crop. The fall was about throe inches and puts a fine season in the ground. Manyplows are being put into the fields to break the stubble and. W. R, Rigaby has been "under the weather" for several days afficted with rheumatism in the neck and shoulders, but he is now rapidly improving. The new garage is nearing completion. It is a building of considerpble pretentions and will be a great addition to the busi- ness convenience of Salado. The new principal of the public schools of Salado has moved to our town and located near the park. His name is W. S. Pence and he came from Hradv here. He has the best wishes of the patrons of the school. Quite a "gang" of gypsies have been camping here for sev eral days, being detained by the heavy rajns of the past week Then theA" broke camp and pulled out for greener ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 14 August 1914

; ass. ' u , kA ' ' v rsc The Tribune And News FRIDAY, AUGUST, 14 1914 W. W. Markham, who lives at Hackberry, had the misfortune a few nights ago to lose his bam, fcied stuff, bURRy and harness by fire. No insurance. District court will convene at Belton on Monday, when the criminal docket will betaken up, A few cases remain over from the June term, but we are pleaded to note that the criminal record of Bell county is cleaner than most of the others. The banks of Corpus Christi, through the press, have notified the cotton i risers of the gulf coast that they will advance $30 per bale to growers and hold the cotton on futures. The Corpus Cbristi bankers and business men have the proper conception of keeping surplus money in circulation. Statistics inform us that Polk county, Texas, has more Indians than any other Texas county. Heretofore we had always thot that there was only one 'good' In- dian in Polk county and that the whole tribe was incorporated in the person of one W. L. West ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 14 August 1914

Wf a fa. km "T(-n n V.VT' V, '!' "4 ' 1 V LOCALand PERSONAL Prank Doering wag here from Temple last Saturday. Long's preserves, best on earth at the Sanitary Grocery. Miss LnVerne Cates is yisiting iriendB in Sealy. Lightbread Flour just received at Lawrence Bros. J. W. Bunch made a business trip to Moody Monday. Kings pure fruit preserves at the Sanitary Grocery. W. M. Cehand made a busi- ness trip to Belton Monday. Fresh Graham Flour recived at Lawrence Bros. Mr. and Mrs. Barefield are camping at Salado. Car of Albatross Flour just re ceived at Lawrence Bros. Stanton, Allen, Esq., is in Cor- pur Christi this week. For Sale Polan china pigs six weeks old, ste J. J. Bucek. Mrs, J. E. Condra visited In Temple this week. Mr. L. P. Talley visited in Temple Wednesday. Car of Albatross Flour just re- ceived at Lawrence Bros. Dee Stockton of Oklahoma is here on a visit. Miss Rose of Weimer is the guest of Mrs. A. E. Walker. Mrs. Knolle of Brenham is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Haeber. M...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 14 August 1914

&: "wwr "" u ivwt BWH You Can Depend On Us When you buy drugs of us you can bank on getting just what your prescription calls for. We never substitute. When you feel tired and worn out come to our store for refreshments. The best of everything served and served best. Ceiling fans, you can keep cool. Bring your friends, and have an hour of pleasure. We Try To Please If you are not already one of our customer come in today. We want your business. CONDRA & BLAIR THE REXALL STORE LOCAL NEWS. Herbert Bozeman who has been yisiting with the home folks re- turned to his duties at Fort Worth last Saturday. Mrs. Will Duncan visited in Temple last Saturday. Mrs. Volney Reed of Holland was here Saturday from Holland on a brief visit to her mother, Mrs. J. B. Duncan. Liv-ver-lax relieves all ills of the Liver and Stomach, Get it from Condra & Blair. Biil Bailey of Holland was in Bartlett Saturday. Good size safe for sale cheap. Apply to Mutual Lumber Co. HBruno Pinkert of Hamilton co...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 14 August 1914

Special Bargains for the Following Week at the i-. Beginning Saturday the 18th we will offer extra ordinary bargains on this seasons High Grade Merchandise, such as. you arQ in need of daily. We 'have a, big assortment of high graxte this summer goods in our store. Our buyer is making prepara- tions to leave for the Eastern Markets to purchase Fall Goods hence, we. must dispose of all our Summer goods. Below we only quote prices on a few of our specials which is realy at actviaJ or below cost. Special on Dress Goods 3,000 yards in this lot. You will find Flx- on. Batiste and Tisue Lawn worth Qp 25 per yard this weeks special at j New Shades in Figured Crepe, worth 20c this weeks special at j per yard lib 40c Crepe in beautiful shades, this weeks OKp special at per yard . Ladies' Vests 12c value at . 8c 15c value at 10c 25c value at. . 19c Ladies7 Skirts All this seasons Skirts at greatly reduced prices. Ladies' House Dresses In Gingham and Crepeaat Tempting Prices. Ladies' Shoes One...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 14 August 1914

m.. - ' HvT !lME!!!g!ftg;aBBMi!'"WWwwilMto r- ,. i iiimini mil ji ikui m iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniAnninii i , i . . n... . "grr"' ' ' r ' ' jrfhrxfL-1 ' i , ' I MBMjUMMMMMMIMIUMMWWMlMi ' r ' ' """ - t- - 1 miiiinmiiriiiinwriiiwmriimmnmw Mki1 l I M Bischoff Bros. Ginners Best of Service Bartlett, Texas Bob Thompson Ginner Satisfaction Guaranteed Bartlett, Texas W. M. Langston Ginner One Mile West of Town Bartlett, Texas Bartlett Motor Gar Company Agents For Maxwell, Buick, and Hudson CHAS. .WAGGONER, Proprietor anitary Grocery Company T. S. PARKER Exclusive Agent For Acorn Flour Bartlett, Texas Bartlett Bottling Works fill kinds of Soda Water BRAUN & ZANDERS Bartlett, Texas Bartlett Oil Mill Bartlett, Texas I ...,r nnno 1 1 lriiirDWC tinnxuM m I I 1 uiaunurr miua. Bischoff Bros. Gin, located North of the Oil Mill and now in a position to give better service ever before. This is the second year that thia firm has had this gin and they Have already shown their aggress- iveness, by instal...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 21 August 1914

tfeitetfje irrr H a. " t ANDREWS R. F. CATES, Editor AKd Proprietor BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY. AUGUST 21. 1914. $1.00 Per Year. VOL. XXIX. N04 BIG BLAZE AT BELTON. ' M LK l r IV. IP BELTON, Tex., Aua. 20.- Fire which started shortly be- fore midnight completely de- stroyed the two-story store build- ing at the corner of Main and Katy avenue, known as the Alliance building, partially de- stroyed the two-story brick building adjoining, knoyn as the Woodman building, the upper story of which was occupied by W. 0. W. lodge room, one of the finest in rhe sate. and destroy- ed the rear of the building across the alley from the Woodman hall known at the Clay May building and occupied by Porter and Durham as a grain and feed store. The Woodman lodge is probab- ly the heaviest losers, the top story of that building being practically destroyed and with ijt the valuable furnishing and paraphernalia of the lodge The Alliance building in which the fire originated, and which was ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 21 August 1914

heTribune And News FRIDAY. AUGUST, 21 1914 What's the matter with a general clean-up campaign and improved streets? The Texas League baseball season is nearing an end and San Antonio is making strenu- ous efforts to tie Austin for a percentage of .111. Aaa general rule tho9e who criticize the -preachers do the lonafc toward their suoDort. The same methods apply to the news- papers. The parties who. find the most fault patronize it the least. District Clerk, E. E. Upshawi ha3 returned from Beaumont where he attended the state meeting of the County and Dis- trict Clerk's Association. Gene was made vice-president of the association, he having served the previous year as treasurer of the association. Bel ton Journal. We venture to advise those who love an argument to lot the matter of, who started the Euro- pean war alone. This war was due and it just simple came. If some one must be blamed, blame it on the man who assassinated ihe Austrian prince. He set fire to a tinder box that has b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 21 August 1914

"wrgsEwa krmMm V y1 ,.iK. f i& v.? I-J tH 'j tA . -, -ft n 4 x& 7 Hr. 2fc ? w, m IrikJ W " fi Income Tax Ctfinpr- rai.es Washington, Aug. 15. The Treasury department has deter- mined to accept offers in com- promise of the 'specific penalty for failure on the part of indi- viduals or corporations to make returns within the period pre- scribed of their annual net in- come for the income tax, in such cases where failure was due to misunderstanding of the law or ignorance as t3 its require- ments. The minimum offers that will be received are $5 f rbm in- dividuals and $10 from corpora- tions organized fofprofit. This statement is made in announce- ments sent today to collectors of internal revenue by acting Com- missioner Williams of the Inter- nal Revenue, It is also stated that in cases of corporations not organized fcr profit the specific penalty will not be assessed this year, provid- ed the required return has been filed before Dec. 81, 1914. The foregoing, it is added ap-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 21 August 1914

, rv it - tmi3 w.f, DtifiTff a In ? The Tribune And News FRIDAY, AUGUST, 21 1914 Without reference to any na- tionality and with no apologies to any man, society or associa' tion We havo decided to follow the advice of President Wilson and eliminate war opinions from the columns of the Tribune. If any opinion heretofore expressed in these columns has caused ill-feeling we regret it Such Was not our purpose. Of course we will still demand our great American privilege of per- sonal and free speech the same that has always been granted our foreign friends who have freely discussed our government and our institutions without one word of protest or molestation. The Tribune thinks this great war is a yital calamity and our heartfelt sympaty is extended to every nation engaged in it. And with the above remarks the war is ended in these columns. There is nothing going on in Bartlett nowadays but rents. Cotton pickers are arriving in this section in large numbers. We don't know what kind of ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 21 August 1914

w '!, ',r .rft ING YOU cotton to us and yzx o1 j - ii ;n mimrnriVfi irr . . . " .. ' '" , . . ' . ... .. '. ' . ; ' "' We have asgofod rriachinery as the best, and you will find us trying to give satisfaction to all. We have ex- perienced men, 'Wiom you will find at your service. We can gin from 150 to 160 bales a day and also have a storage house which will accommodate a like amount. We thank you for your past patronage and ask for your future business. Times are hard but you will always find us ready to accommodiate our friends as far as possible. ' Always in the Market for Seed riedrich & BARTLETT, TEXAS Coal! Coal! Coal! MONTEVALLO COAL The Qiseeo of All the Coals My yard is now well stocked with the FAMOUS MONTEVALLO COAL, and I respectfully solicit the patronage of all who use Coal. To those who have not used the MONTEVALLO COAL, if you will giv.e it oneitrial, you will continue the use of it. Try Jit in "your cooking stoves and ranges and have a pleased housewife. For the...

Publication Title: Bartlett Tribune And News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 21 August 1914

w US ( Tiffl eryy frm tJimt fTt uoujpiiaam iT - j A 'i jr. i ft, Wt t- , i v r'i;-,jiAtiiiafciffiJKKii:wu,1jt2ii!a:'Ei) You Can Depend On Us When you buy drugs of us yovf can bank on getting just what your prescription calls for. We never substitute. When you feel tired and worn out come to our store for refreshments. The best of everything served and served best. Ceiling fans, you can keep cool. Bring your friends, and have an hour of pleasure. We Try To Please If you are not already one of our customer come in today. We want your business. CONDRA & BLAIR THE REXALL STORE LOCAL NEWS. Messrs Robt and Lucas Rown- tree left Tuesday for Kentucky to visit their aged mother. They will be absent several weeks. Anything in fresh vegetables and fruits Rowntree Bros. Frank Beyer and family of Sparks attended the German school picnic here Monday. Highest market price paid for hogs Jenkins. W. L. Fanning of Davilla was here Monday on business. Liv-ver-lax relieves all ills of the Liver and...

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