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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 21 August 1914

Tm mttttrf -it- X v STffiZS! A Big Special on Dress Goods Two thousand yards in this lot. You will find Flaxon, Batiste and TiBsue Law'h, worth 25c Qn per yard. Special at ...QU CREPES A large variety ot solid colored and figured Crepe, worth AC. 40c. Special at ub The 20c figured Crepe IB. now offered at Bib Ladies' Skirts All of this season's high grade Skirts are to be offered at the very lowest price. Ladies's House Dresses These are nicely made and trimmed at reduced prices, New Middys A big line just received QQn from 40c to OOb We have big reductions in our new stock of Ladies' Waists. Men's Shoes The regular $5 low cut Shoes in gun metal, tan and patent leather, either button tQ fiE or lace ats tPOaUU $3.00 and 3.50 and t)f fin $4.00 low cuts at tf)Zi?U One lot of Men's low cuts in broken sizes, worth rt 8 fjc up to $3.50, at D I .JO THE r m W I lb ftP ll L3 I LriiN -Does not concern- The Progressive Merchant For these many years we have experienced the methods of the mercha...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 21 August 1914

1 " iwiiinumui IIWIWJWIIIWIIIllwWIIiMllililWIWUWWlllltlUIJillilgUllllllwllg IIMWWWMWIIIIillMMWMIllWWWMMWWIWWHWWII TTON EDITI tst&ausammBBm twm ft- Bischoff Bros. Qinners Best of Service Bartlett, Texas BISCHOFF BROS. 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 this firm has had this gin and they have already shown their aggress- iveness by installing a com- plete new plant for this sea- sons business. The new eqip- ment consists of five new dou- ble ribbed huller stands and a new cleaner whichjmakes this gin one of the best in the city. Bartlett State Bank Your Business Soiicited on Business Methods No depositer has ever lost a dollar in a Srate Bank BARTLETT STATE BANK i The Bartlett State Bank is one of the town's most prominent business concerns. It enjoys an excellent patronage and it is officered and served by an ac- commodating bunch of gentle- men. When you are in need of financia...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 28 August 1914

Jv H AND NEWS R.F. CATES, Editor and Proprietor BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY. AUGUST 28. 1914. $1.00 Per Year. VOL. XXIX. NO. 5 NEW BUSINESS INSTITUTION NEGRO BEATS WIFE TO DEATH ENFORCE VAG- RANCY LAW. jjittfyif vt t ft A new institution, the Walden Business College, which will open in Bartlett on Monday. Sept. 15, means much for this section, Mr. Walden is an instructor in business methods of wide exper- ience, and he has associated with him a capable corps of teachers. It will not now be necessary for our young girls and men to leave home to procure a proper business training. The next issue of the Tribune will contain the announcement of Prof. Walden and those who ere interested in the business welfare of their children would do well to investigate the merits of this institution. We wish the new college abundant success. To Improve ClarH Street. The request of the city coun- cil made recently to the M K & T Railway Co.. officials to fur- nish gravel sufficient ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 28 August 1914

m i 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 forrefreshments. 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 nmwwwF?MBmHBwmBa mmamsMMawPuima LOCAL NEWS. Mrs, J. H. Prinzing is visiting relatives in Houston. Mr. R. Sharp of Granger was the guest of Mrs. Perry Cox dur- ing the week. Anything in fresh vegetables and fruits Rowntree Bros. The babe of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Martinets ,has been quite sick with typhoid fever. Farmers are poisioning the cdlton worm. Highest market price paid for hogs-Jenkins. Mrs. Shell of Georgetown 'was a guest of Mrs. Stanton Allen the past week. Liv-ver-lax relieves all ills of the Liver and Stomach, Get it...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 28 August 1914

W&WM Mr wtei VI ? fc. ink- &V, $t ft?? &o: I', -TV r M A i r. Aft. . 'if IT A Bif? Special on Dress Goods Two thousand yards in this lot. You will find Flaxon, Batiste and Tissue Lawn, worth 2pc per yard. Special at CREPES A large variety ot solid colored and figured Crepe, worth Qfcn 40c. Special at ,0i The 20c figured Crepe now offered at lie Ladies' Skirts All of this season's high grade Skirts are to be offered at the very lowest price. Ladies's House Dresses '.these are nicely made and trimmed at reduced prices, New Middys A big line just received QQn from'40c to CfOU We have big reductions in our new stock of Ladies' Waists. Men's Shoes The regular $5 low cut Shoes in gun metal, tan and patent leather, either button (hQ fie or lace at vPOiUtJ $3.00 and 3.50 and 0n Oft $4.00 low cuts at u)a9U ' One lot of Men's low cuts in broken sizes, worth (hi QC up to $3.50, at $BuO THF Does not concern- The Progressive Merchant For these many years we have experienced the metho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 28 August 1914

mm hot Fir -"-fttyi gggmmmmmmm m)mwwwmwm.wmmMnmim First S ri I: Bm 11 I B-io-. 1 1 ROWNTREE'S WEEKLY MARKET DAY On Wednesday, Sept. 2d, we will fire the first gun in the battle against high prices, and the thunder of our batteries will reach from center to circumference. Be- ginning on that day we will inaugurate a weekly Market Day. On each succeeding Wednesday we will give Market Day Specials that will appeal with peculiar force to those who eat. Note some of the special prices we will give for CASH on this day only. 'i Onr best Granulated Sugar, (h i 12 pounds for (J) I Our regular 30c grade of Cof- rtj i fee, 4 1-2 lbs for J I . Our regular 60c grade of Tea h l will go at 2 lbs. for Cp I , Thirteen cans of "Giant" Lye h i will be sold for Q) l Del Monte Peaches, the 30c h I kind, 4 cans for vP I Twenty-six bars of White rtj i gn Laundry Soap for (p ,uU Seven boxes of standard Matches ftcn Five gallons of the best grade of Oil for Oone 48 lb sack of "Purity rt i An Flour" for Q) ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 28 August 1914

HHBHHBMMHHaHRHHMiaMMaMM"n"MminwaHMOTma" ' IIM , .,...,., ,.,..,.. . .- i. ' 11 i I. ' j r !!""'''.. J..1.1 '....' "' "'" - ' m ' .. ' i l ' ' ' ' " FAR MER! We are now running both of our big gins at full blast and getting more satisfied customers every day, Why? We have our gins in better shape than ever before and therefore can give you better service and a better turn out than ever. We are always ready to gin and won't keep you one minute longer then necessary. We have the best expert ginners and workmen that money will hire, triad: alone assi res you off good service. We ere in the market for your seed aid seed cotton and prepared to pay the highest prices for them. v Times are hard but we will heir oir customers in tiime off need and show them that it p&.ys them to gin with. iedei WEIDERSPAHN BROS., Ginners LOCAL and PERSONAL E. W. Curling in Terrell this Mr. and Mrs. visited relatives week. Mrs. C. R. Rudasill is at the Kings Daughters Hospital, for medical treatment. fres...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 28 August 1914

r B The Tribune News FRIDAY, AUGUST, 28 1914 If you can't be good be decent. It money talks it is not doing its duty in this section. The largest crop of cotton in the history of this section. But where are the funds to finance it? lt'fl up to our business concerns. -If 'it ever stops raining long enough to get the moisture out the ground, we are going to make an effort to organize a Horse Shoe Pitchers' Club in Bartlett. Owing to the fact that "times are hard and money is scarce," we have decided to supply our friends with this paper on the installment plan one dollar cash and one dollar annually. Now is the time to subscribe. In a report that is exhaustive and conclusive, the grand jury of Bell county appears to have found evidence that the white slavery law is being violated in that county, though the evidence laid before them, was insufficient to warrant indictments. They also had evidence that the Sun- day liquor law was being violated and that gambling was "abroad in the land....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 28 August 1914

7. I W w to U w A Baby's Good-Bye J The world "is full of many "many beautiful things. God is profuse and prodigal in His man- ifestations of hope and happi- ness. There are the stars that gleam upon a moonless night, the the moon that sails in the cloud- less sky, the flowers that blos som on the prairie, the birds that in clad orchestration ..proclaim their love ar.d confidence, the golden dawn of waking day, the waking day, the evening glow of the setting sun, the myriad won- ders of sky and land and sea.but nothing compares with a baby's ( good-bye kiss. What can match the tenderness of a baby's dim- pled arms, the light of a little baby's laughing eyes, the mel- ody of baby's playful prattle? There is pathos and sadness in the good-bye of a little child as he bids adieu to his grandfather at the station door. One cannot fail to feel the melancholy side of life as the dear old grandfath- er clasps in his eager arms the little child and presses on 'his rosebud lips the trembling ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 28 August 1914

jS;.? HMWdHBII.MWPIiljfa wi mrifci iiwiwaiMirtwyMPU I h, ti NOTICE. To our Friends and Customers: Owing to tho demoralized con" ditition of the Cotton market, caused by the war, in which now practically all of Europe is involved, we may be forced to $ut our Grocery Department at least, on a cash basis, sooner or Hater. We cannot, in justice to our- selves, our stockholders and creditors, continue to charge groceries indefinitely, since we cannot replace them except for spot cash, the Banks and whole- sale Dealers having strained every point, we would hardly ex cept them to extend further credit, even though .they were "willing, as no one can tell how long the present condition may Jast, Our Dry Goods Department is -stocked with new Fall and Wint- er Goods and we shall be glad to charge to our established trade. Ouch Merchandise as they may wish to buy in this department. We trust our friends and Cus- tomers understand our position, "and bear with us, certainly we aregret very much t...

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

T..TTT ,' ' " ' a AND T NEWS R.F. CATES, Editor and Proprietor BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPT. 4, 1914, $1.00 Per Year. VOL. XXIX. NO. 6 f , s Hf m tfa y u SMALL YIELD IS PREDICTED HOLD COTTON SAYS KONE Conflicting reports are being circulated relative to the condi- tion of the cotton crop in Bell county, some declaring that the yield per acre will exceed the average of last year, while oth- ers maintain that the crop will run nearly a bale to the acre this season while still others are con- fident that never before in the history of this county have con- ditions been so bad. R. C, Pool of Heidenheimer, who has fifty acres in cotton, ad- vises that his total acreage will not produce ten bales. He fur- ther advises that in his section of the county fne 'farmers will consider it lucky if they average a quarterf a bale to the acre. 'I have lived in Bell county for 37 years and I never saw such a poor crop," he remarked. Farmers in some sections of the county declare t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 4 September 1914

'".;rf-Ks The Tribune And News FRIDAY, SEPT. 4, 1914 "Put all your eggs in one basket and watch the basket," is the advice of Andy Carnegie. Lemons are reported on the decline in price. Hand your neighbor one while they are not so high. Speak to a grafter of the com- ing cataclysm and nine out of ten will remark: "Ish-ka-bibble, -we should worry." To be sure. In the present financial strin- gency we are burdened with many men who are remarkably free in "giving" advice, but who never "lend" a hand. The Tribune would suggest that the merchants of Bartlett inaugurate a "Dollar Day," as many other Texas cities and towns are doing. It will be a drawing card for trade miles around. How about Sept. 15? Nearly every king, queen or prince of the ruling powers of Europe are related by blood to one another. We wonder if this has any connection with the scrip- tural remarks that "brother shall fight against brother," The newspaper profession is is on a par with any of them, not even barring the...

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

IHzSrSI f,fi7n.iwi Wi"7 I v !, War Is Expensive Some Big Figures. The present Eastern war re- calls to mind some of the Btruj?- .ptles of other times and the ex- pense attached thereto. The most costly conflict since 1793, which, was one hundred and twenty-five years ago, was be- tween England and France. This battle for supremacy lasted for a period of 8,168 days, entailing a loss of 1,300 lives, carrying with it a money expenditure of war was the civil strife between the North and South from 1861 to 1865. which lasted four years, with a total loss of life of 656.' 000, with a money cost of 3,700,000,000. The next great- est was the Russo-Japanese alter- cation which continued a little more than two years, with lives lost at 559,900, and a cash outlay of 2,500,000,000. There has been many other expensive con- victs, but the least expensive of all was the unpleasantness ibetween the United States and Spain in 1898, which was ended in 101 days, 2,900 lives were lost and the cost to t...

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

yvi t , "tBSKWijpw" iji j "jrf ;i. "" FT" vpivST iVlfV., l he Tribune News FRIDAY, SEPT. 4, 1914 M" I Attend church Sunday. War ia but an excuse for ificcneing murder. The National Leairue race has I our pulse beating a,t the rate of 399 to the minute. When a person's ribs become coated with fat they are gener- ally indifferent to any outside influence. Matty O'Toole, the Pittsburg pitcher, has been purchased by New York. As McGraw has sel- dom picked a lemon out of a basket of oranges, it is to be presumed that O'Toole still has the smoke and the cunning. A state charter has been granted the Texas Federation of Women's Clubs, without capital stock and with headquarters at Austin. Its objects are to fur- ther the organization's objects ILand purposes as a fraternal and CUUWUUUIIcll UIUC1. In a conversation with a prom inent capitalist of this section on Wednesday, the editor received some inside information regard- ing the money stringency that has so suddenly hit this country a sol...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 4 September 1914

u t nM,MMMllMllWllllftjU "l-'JB'!fH"?'''J'!lwyH OTICE M FAR K R 5 IP We are now running both of our big gins at full blast and getting more satisfied customers every day, Why? We have our gins in better shape than ever before and therefore can give you better service and a better turn out than ever. We are always ready to gin and won't keep you one minute longer then necessary. We have the best expert ginners and workmen that money wil! hire, thact alone assu- res you of good service. We a-re in the market for your seed end seed cotton and prepared to pay the highest prices for them. Times are hard but we will heir oir customers in time of need and show them that it p;gK.ys them to gin with. gfllg I1' li''iillillliliMBSM8MEHWB D AS LOCAL and PERSONAL M. C. Herring of Florence was here yesterday on business. 0. P. Belk is having his prop- erty in South Bartlett improved. See Lawrence Bros if you want to sell your ear corn at 60 cents., Fred Taylor is in Galveston for a few days. J. H...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 4 September 1914

W!r W ri j-' l- i If. $$- A "Vkj A V m W 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. , I 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. "SJhe fall fights opened up Sat- urday, with a "matinee. " Chas, Lindeman, sr., of Run- nels county was here this week. "lyTJilpIest market price paid for "5joeimuia. ptJMBIair of the firm of Blair ; tsreeamg, was in noimnu Tuesday on business. Judge and Mrs. I. D. White of Austin were guests of relatives here the past week. M. M. Roberts and Mrs. E. A. utchens of Haskell have been i&Uioe'Mr. and Mrs. Calhoun Ware, near Thorndale. Anything in fresh vegetables andfr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 4 September 1914

' - R E Mi f u il I 4 I Community Cc-operation "We recognize your right to a spend your money where you please, and it is notour intention to at all -question that right. But we do want to impress upon you the undisputable fact that it is to your best interest to sup- ply your wants from the' stores in jour community. The local stores carry as good lines of merchandise as can be procured. Local prices compare favorably'with those quoted else- where, and our home merchants are a vital force in the upbuild- ing of our town and the sur- rounding trade territory. A community without adequate shopping facilities is like am en- gine without fuel, and a commu- nity in which there is not an ac- tive buying market for raw pro- ducts which are produced locally is as bad or worse, Local mercantile establish- ments make possible both buying and selling facilities, and upon these two factors depend the prosperity of our community. Further argument should not be necessary to convince even the mos...

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

ft WAREHOUSE B1I4, PASSES HOUSE A Call For Prayer Austin, Tex., Sept. 2. -Without being amended in any vital particular, the committee substi- tute for the administration emer- gency warehouse bill was passed finally by -he House this after- noon by a vote of 94 to 14, thus receiving the necesaary two- thirds vote to give it immediate effect, if accorded similar treat ment In the senate. Fourteen members voted against the final passage of the bill. In addition thes3 three others voted "no" on the bill's engrossment. Preceding the final passing of the bill there ws a continuance of debate from last night upon Various sustitutes offererd tor the committee substitute. First the HumDhrey amendments were rejected, then the Lewell-Ing-McKamy-Magill substitute, then the Jordan substitute and "finally amendments by Russell ahd Fuller, being in substnce the Humphrey amendments. Before the committee substi- tute, or Drove bill, as it is some- times called, was finally passed, an amendment by ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 11 September 1914

YsWr li AND NEWS p. GATES, Editor and Proprietor BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY. SEPT, 11, 1914. $1.00 Per Year. VOL: XXIX. NO. T '.:rTCOT B&gfljeiS iterate J Lv t H n it: Br? m Ir' BUY-A-BALE MOVEMENT. The "buy-a-bale" movement has been launched in Bartlett. Mr. B. Kollman, our wide-awake real estate man, has displayed his patriotism to the cotton grow- ers by coming forth with ten cents per pound for one nice, large, square bale of cotton. The gentleman purchased it yester day from Mr. Allie Shults and both, parties are pleased and ben- efited by the transaction. This is the proper public spirit; and it is a winner if the business ele- ment will join in the movement and each buy one bale of cotton. The object is laudable and the results are assured. About September first the idea was put into practice by a num ber of newspapers in the south. It was also started on the same date by a number of United States senators at Washington. If the plan is universally adopted ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 11 September 1914

MMMMMBwlft iThe Tribune u And News FRIDAY, SEPT. 11, 1914 In times of peace prepare for Slaughter; Question f the hour: wnat t!lias a foreign war to do with the HOcal train schedules? Cheer up! In the languge of the old woman upon learning of the death of her husband who pvra& killed in a railroad wreck MIt could have been worse-" At the battle of Lemberg the 16 TYitcainn nnmrnnnftflP WAR SUr- ' r6unded by the following officers; 3en. Ruzsky, Majors Tomachoff land Tanoff, Captains Zavithoit jpmd Sawedoff and Lieutenant i&ruceuou. yiier me uuiwc wu , UUbUiiiu me icuiuiiiiiiK o"i """ -Sent word home: Itsalloil, ex- . cept Wareoff." this country in the past half cen- tury' the wolves and vampires have" shown the animal nature concealed beneath the skin of man. The Charlestown flood, the San Francisco earthquake, and right here at our own Gal veston the above statement has been abundantly verified. In the latter instance we positively know that food prices were al most doub ed. ...

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