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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 11 September 1914

u HP Y l; . Resolutions. The following resolutions were adopted at a mass meeting of the1 representative farmers of the Alligator community, held on Aug. 81, 1914: Whereas, there exists a state of war between four of the great cotton consuming countries of Europe, thereby curtailing the consumption of American raw cotton, we realize there will.be a surplus of the 1914 crop. Whereas, a lot of unscrupu- lous speculators are trying to de- press the price below the actual cost of production, and as our whole financial system is gov- erned by the price of cotton, wo feel that our local business men are not co-operating with us in our fight for justice as they should, when it is as much to their interest as ours for us to secure a fair price for the crop, so we may be enabled to meet our obligations to them. Therefore be it resolved, ist. That we will not sell any more cotton than is absolutely necessary to meet current ex- penses of gathering until we re- ceive a fair compensation for th...

Publication Title: Bartlett Tribune And News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 11 September 1914

$" The Tribune And News j ; 3S FRIDAY, SEPT. 11, 1914 la it hot enough for you by day or cool enough nt night? School opens next Monday morning. Get the children in shape to enter the first hour of the first dayn Many people in this commu- nity are making predictions that the European war will end in thirty days. It is strange how the comic sections of the Sunday papers affect some people. The buy-a-bale movement is causing the northern speculators no little concern. The south is fullv able to handle its own af- fairs and we are now about to demonstrate one of our many and beautiful methods. Ask the average man in mer- cantile affairs for the correct definition of a gentleman and nine out of every ten of them will jump over Webster's Una- bridged to get a line on your rating in Dun's or Bradstreet's. The government crop report declared that 475.555 bales of cotton had bean ginned up until Septembr 1, 1914, as compared with 799,099 last year. The dif ference is explained by the crop ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 11 September 1914

Mur iBfMMll tu I ""U Jl .J N MiiiljMMUjmuiBaiMywWiwiffMlHMW " ' 4. j ' ' -XI '"'" ' . ' fi r t. 4' a. H-'"' w, :i I w t ?r w ri.. l$ WHAT WILL YOU DO? Will you pay the exhorbitant prices of the present market for the necessities of life, or will you take ad- vantage of our Weekly Market Day, and buy guaran- teed food for less than you pay elsewhere. AS AN EXTRA INDUCEMENT ON OUR NEXT MARKET DAY, WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 16th, WE WILL GIVE 20 Pounds of Sugar for $1 .00 With Every $10.00 ColsH Purchase. SOME APPETIZING BARGAINS FOR CASH ON THIS DAY ONLY. FANCY FRESH PRESERVING PEARS PER BUSHEL $1.25 Fresh Honey per Quart 25c 35c Can Sliced Pineapple for...... ; ' 25c Corn Three Cans for : 25c Finest 10c Toilet Paper, 4 for .- ; 25c 2 Pound Texas Table Peaches 3 Cans for 25c Any 15c Breakfast Food 2 for : 25c 20c Salmon 3 Cans for 50c Fresh Pickles per Gallon 50c 65c Bamboo or Red Bird Brooms for 50c 25c Baking Powder (Any Brand) 5 Cans $1.00 30c Grade of Coffee 1-2 Pounds for $1.00 FREE! T...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 11 September 1914

'l l I), i Jdlii. iVIWI llllj l,W -f J,' ' '" rTT."1 t feSE"" SO L I i i-, jn jec ..:m You Cam 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 Btore 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. Jim Markham was here last Saturday from Holland. Fred Taylor was in Galveston the past week. Liv-ver-lax relieves all" ills of the Liver and Stomach, Get it from Condra & Blair, Mr. Stanley of Temple was here last Friday on business. Mrs. J. S. Parker visited at Brownwood the past week. W. J. King wants to grind ,y6ur corn. Mill west of the rail- ed. Editor Murphy of the Holland Progress, was here Friday on .business. J. C. Lau...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 11 September 1914

11 13'' ' v '"ij iK!!wPf)pp ( " " 'N Too Busy to Write an Adv. Now BWTHra.Mr p, a j. T"-""" -J " J i '-!." -IJ"-!- 'U A JH;',.'!J1H"L J.'' ' ' '"j" ,"; ' '....'! ,' ." I""," - . .r lMmammmmiMmim?fflmfflm&Mm!mMEm5HEimfflllZ IWW Mfjillll LgmilinLllillllLL J1UJIL JJMJMIZDIIL.Mil'1-L illl L.ll!lliULIJJLL Jill ilHlil.LimJim i mil i i mi ii nf ! - 1 t i zrzzzz: Meat Supply is Short Mr. J, D. Jackson, president fcof. the Texas Cattle Raisers' As- iiciation. who with his wife and '1 . .L , , L ., , son visuea nere ai me nome oi rs.TJackson's brother, Captain d Ford, was interviewed in ort Worth Sunday by a reporter or the Dallas News, in part r. Jackson's observations were follows: 'The meat supply of the war ring1 European nations can not 4ast more than sixty days, after Iwhich the United States will be called upon to supply the demand, Price3 are holding up to high levels now, and when Europe icalls on us for meat I expect an advance in values. An average height steer will feed 250 so...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 11 September 1914

I ! . ', f wMm riw-M i f : V.-i MZmaa ni7CirMATI7Q JLTLriJAUUX A UU gj DAY Or rKAXLK Iffj Washington, Sept. 8. -President Wilson today signed a pro- clamation calling on the people of the United States to pray for peace in Europe. The President's proclamation sets aside Sunda y, Oct. 4, as a ,day of prayer. President Wilson's proclama tion was as follows: "Whereas. Great nations of the world have taken up arms against one another and war now draws millions of men into bat- tle whom the"counsel of states- men have not been able to save from the terrible sacrifice; and "Whereas, In this, as in all things, it is our privilege and duty to seek counsel, and succor of Almighty God, humbling our- selves before Him, confessing otir weakness and our lack of any wisdom equal to these things; and "Whereas. It is the especial wish and longing of the people of the United States in prayer and counsel and all friendliness to "Therefore, I, Woodrow Wil- son, President of the United States of Americ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 18 September 1914

Mf iS.SyS $ KVr It ", MM tittle AND NEWS R.F,-fii!rJilS,'EDraoB.AMDPnoPRIETOK BAETLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY. SEPT.18. 1914. $1.00 Per YEAR. VOL, XXIX. . 'NO. S '. ". i' ae BARTLETT'IS- ..?; BUYING BALES' Itefb ,.... Thobuy-a-bale movement haB perched in Bartlett, and more than a dozen substantial citizens have testified that they ha've con- fidence in the farmer and his fleecy product. Almost every city and town within the. borders of Texas have responded to the distress signal, and it spells a money circulation and living, prices to the pro- ducers, as well laS prosperity for all Who are concerned in mer- cantile affairs. The Tribune is pleased to note the following merchants and cit- izens who have bought their bale and are pushing along tnis great movement: Ira" Davis, Mrs. Stockton, R. W. Benson, A. Grosse. State Bank, Joe Knight, Hugo Freidrich, F. H. Leslie (2), Jacob Isaac, K D. D. Bartlett, Bill Coleman, Lawrence Brothers. T. Denton. School Opened The Bartlett P...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 18 September 1914

irvx nfr avwhivt-m "Tw x vv" T ' , s ifk xSi The Tribune News FRIDAY, SEPT. 18, 1914 War or no war, Bartlett is still on the map, and holds the record as the best town of its size in Texas to live in. Come to Bartlett. No failures here. In a diplomatic duel in Turkey between two princes, one of them was shot in the heel. That settles all questions as to wheth- er he was going or coming. The commanding general of the French troops is named Pau, Ho is only one of the many men who are rapidly putting the pau in paunerism. It has been truthfully said that the sui never sets on British possessions. Present indications impel us to believe that she has a few that the sun will never rise on. In sending its prisoners to Germany to attend to its crops, the Germans have set an exam- ple which the United States should follow by sending its Mexican refugee boarders to the cotton fields of the south. Austin American. If we can't sell our cotton nor Ret it manufactured, thank good- ness we can wea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 18 September 1914

.' r V Yi. rv V THE WAREHOUSE MEASURE IN BRIEF Austin, Tex., Sept 12. -The ' emergency warehouse bill as fin- ally agreed to by the committee, and as it will become a law, pro- vides for a stateystem of ware- houses to be operated by the commissioner of insurance and banking, to be built by citizens, towns, counties and individuals or associations, and to be leased to the commissioner of insurance and banking on such terms and conditions as may be agreed upon. Also provides that the state in effect becomes a public warehouse man, the object being to enable the state to issue a negotiable and dependable ware- house receipt, such as Will be accepted by any money market. These warehouse receipts are guaranteed by the state. The managers of snch warehouses are to be nominated by such cities, towns or counties, subiect to the department of insurance and banking; such managers are placed under a bond of from $2,500 to $23,000, the amount to be fixed by the commissioner. The object of the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 18 September 1914

WPWm"" !"' 7Srn75I!miw. " vwi ri iMMi. . "7T. . .JIT i 'ir si The Tribune And News FRIDAY. SEPT. 18. 1914 The buy-a-bale movement has taken a firm hold in Bartlett. We have no faith in that class of people who shout loud and long at each revival meeting, and plead the statute of limitations on their honest debts when called upon to pay up. Now that the buy-a-bale moue- ment is under headway, let's push it to a conclusion. A headline in Wednesday's Statesman says "Kaiser's Son is Holding Center." The headliner on the Statesman must be a foot- ball specialist. But he fails to state who is on ends or who is tackling. Of course we know the KaiBer is playing full-back. Should Turkey become impli- cated in the war and should the allies invade their territory, it is hardly probable that the Sul- tan's harum will be bombarded. But female prisoners of war look alike to all concerned. We are told that the great importation of German tovs will not arrive this year to glad- den the hearts of th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 18 September 1914

&"i PlJTffl T'"sw" " " ' 'T-'6r -''fr.v i j ri" t Tr" p .J - ti D l er. . Sot v 'V. LOCALand PERSONAL Dr. Blair made a business trip to San Antonio th's week. Rev. J. F. McKenzie attended the Sunday School Convention at Austin this week. Is your liver inactive? Liv-ver-lax will wake it up. Condra - & Blair. Miss Gladys Matthews Jeft Tuesday for Waxahachie to en- ter school. Dr. W. L. Crossthwaite of Waco was here yesterday on business. Will Treuhardt was in town Tuesday morning, and informed the 'editor that he was going home and pick cotton. Trying to imitate Dallas Pinkard. Mrs. R. F. Cates and Miss La - Verne Cates visited in Austin Tuesday. Highest market price paid for hogs Jenkins. Mr. F. H. Leslie was among those who attended the Sunday School Convention at Austin this week. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Blair were in Temple Wednesday. The little child of Mr, and Mrs. Jim Bridges is reported to be quite sick with diptheria. We are in the market for your ear corn at 60 cents bushe...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 18 September 1914

5S3P! Notice SoWBfl w fr OH, YOU GOOD OLD SCHOOL DAYS Don't Forget Us For I will pasture your stock at $1.25 per head per month, cash in advance. Plenty water and grass. Otto Peschel. 'tturln. I. '-. Mtfv I t, L r If U .-. choolSupplie I of AH CONDRA & BLAIR Drug Store THE RECALL STORE Bartlett,, Texas LOCAL NEWS. M. Jenkins agent for the B & W at Jarrell, was here Sunday. Anything in fresh vegetables and fruits Rowntree Bros. F. M. Farguson of Jarrell, was here Saturday. Mr, and Mrs. W. W. Walton were Belton and Temple visitors last Friday. Get more for vour butter this week at Rowntree Bros. Phone 58 and 76. Mrs. Homer McCarty left Tues- day for Arkansas to visit her aged mother. Avoid imitators and have your clothes cleaned and Dressed by the Leading Tailors Pavel. Jesse Moore of Temple is visit- ing relatives here this week. Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Matthews and family were guests of rela- tives in Hutto Sunday. Liv-ver-Iax! Better than calo- mel. No bad effects. Ask Con- dra ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 18 September 1914

ii iti Mf, i w ' a m r w ' 3i ft - 1 C u II r B h v HH IK H H IH ft H H H lB 1 HI twJH H fl mR H h tH IB IB iH 1 B H H H H h H B H u IHI im H flwi H I AT THE I IR " ' ' ' ' ' ' . I1., " ' ' ..i.i. H I RARTLPTT TFXAQ I unn n hli iis i E.0 I We have just returned from the Northern and eastern markets and on account of the scarscity of cash buyers we have bought Merchandise this fall that will far surpass all previous falls in both style, quality and quantity. We bought for cash and bought goods at our own price; we will turn loose our immense stock to the public at prices that will astonish the most skeptical buyer. Space and Lack of Time Prevents our Naming Many Prices, But You Can Come Here Expecting to Find Genuine Bargains and You Won't Be Disappointed. Men's Balbriggan and Pornis- knit Underwear 50c value. Sale Price, three garments rt nn TVTnn'a 'VaKrm Unfa in nil nn1nta u -t -.MiUliJ.IUUUl iiUlO 111 till wiuio $5.00 value, STare"--( $2745 50 pair Men's Low Shoes brok en sizes, ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 18 September 1914

t&o u RbiI mimm-, ALL READY FOR STATE FAIR Splendid Programme of Events Will Be Witneased. ACRES OF FINE EXHIBITS. Pihiarlna Novelties and Features, Edu- cational, Entertaining Some Won- derful Improvements Will Be Noted in Buildings and Roadways. Dallas: During tho slxtocn days ot Hire Stato Fair ot Toxob, 'Which opoiiB .Saturday, October 17, under tho most nuBpldouB conditions, with such splen- did preparation, Increase of exhibits mill with a v. lilrlwInU ot amusements ot tho highest order, every promise 'tnado by thu fair management to multo thl-j year r fair and exposition the best ot lis kind ever held In Texas or America .vJll be fully carried out and demonstrated. Every department will bo filled to ovei flowing with an array of exhibits demonstrating tho marvelous develop ment ot Texas and the Southwest iu tsvory field of human endeavor. Ex- hibitors and the gencial public throughout tho Southwest as well as visitors from other sections of the t.ountry will find at tho S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 25 September 1914

WTrfT. I ' ' r- If"'-. AND NEWS R.F. cA.TES, Editor-and Proprietor BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY $EX AS, FRIDAY, SEPT. 25, 1914. $1.00 Per Year. VOL. XXIX. NO. 9 " - fMfc-;'p., !ij t ,,i:,&. .-a-.'-. Wi. t4C cr'.'A.Ji I nimvSJSW'V . -., fit J&&f lr'AiM &mrfyb' A'wj&'Jw-&'''m &p Jv jlJIJ""J'Jv4' i m". m m v h m v,""w--.wi,s .rt,ta.,i ! i ! . a. an ! iw vm m'-w v Ik KD M r h - h' Ik E if m t V r" THE TAX ROLLS ARE COMPLETED County Assessor Wilsonrni- strong of Williamson countyfha8 completed his tax rolls for 19M arid turned them over.toiTie Commissioners' tJourt They were approved by that body and put into the hands 'of the Col- lector, Halsey Davis. The rolls are as follows: Coun- ty advalbrem and special, $118,- 609.61. County poll, $4,87775. Including road district taxes, school district bonds and school district maintenance taxes, the grand total reaches $166,586.51. I VIRGINIA IN, s DRY COLUMN To Reduce Acreage Atlanta, Ga Sept. 23. -The Georgia Chamber...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 25 September 1914

mnfT- lfl v mi m i k JeT ' ft)'. Mrs re S iS8-' t tv fr- I V The Tribune And News FRIDAY, SEPT. 28. 1914 Send your grocer your order early tomorrow and avoid the rush. A Bartlett Business Club is badly needed. Let's get together and organize. The late fashion plates remind ns of a string bean that has been slightly warped by the sun and not all the shapes are contained in fashion plates, either. W. W. Waterhouse, the jour- neyman prmter.familiarly known as "Wandering Willie' is being nought by his attorney, G. P. Dougherty, of Houston. Press please.copy. A. R, McCollum, editor of the Vaco Tribune, has announced for the state senate to fill the position made vacant by the election of H. B. Terrell to the 'cemptrollership. McCullom has every dualification that is neces- sary to fill this high position and he has the best wishes of the editor of the Tribune. Secretary of the Treasury Mc- Adoo has sounded a note of warning to national banks that have received government funds to aid the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 25 September 1914

s. lll.llMMggW,IWIHWWWWTWIWWWHBMWMIlllllll .Ill HUB ,M.HWHWMMIWW mm UWmMlllllll,i UlUliW.WlMllllll 111 . n i& B- K i rv IV & f IX' fa pr f.. h; I l.t If, ., 1? fe us Address By Hiss Wacher Tho following interesting paper contrasting Bartlett's school con- ditions of today with those I of ten years ago, was read by Miss Matilda Wacker at the opening of the Public School: Entering the building Satur- day, the above idea struck me so forcibly that I could not help recalling the difference. It is one more vfvid picture of Bart- lett's growth and improvement. When I accepted the Primary department ten years ago we rtarted off with three teachers, Superintendent Gardner, Miss Ella Bolding and myself. Mr. Gardner called a teachers' meet- ing on the Saturday preceding the opening of school, having -come from New Braunfels, at which place the janitors 'spent about two weeks prior to the opening of school in thoroughly cleaning'every nook and Corner, I was shocked at the appear- ance ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 25 September 1914

?'r v " v ' ' ' -1 ' y r "' ' Ull ' Ki 'L 3 r ntuckyGrain Drills I Are noted for their srood work. light draft Simplicity and long wearing qualities, no farmer can afford to do without a Drill, it will last a lifetime with ordigary care, (at least a' Kentucky Drill) the pro- per kind pays for itself each year. Sec Us Before You Buy Bartlett Hardware i . j- Company The Tribune And News FRIDAY, SEPT. 25. 1914 You will be benefitted by at- tending church Sunday. A fewhfjad of hogs will do more 6 'scare the wolf away from the door in hard times than will a Half 'dozeri bales of eight-cent cgtton. Gows and chickens will pp help a heap. feiThe Denison Gazetteer savs: JPj -. pflhe Lord helps those who help themselves, and the farmers are evidencing an ability to helD themselves in the matter of holdingcotton that is little short of miraculous. They'll surely win out yet." We sincerely hope that the farmers of the cotton growing sections will henceforth so diver- sify their crops that they ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 25 September 1914

Hi t; &' P la ' v t r w kv If'' w MONEY MAKING AND SUCCESS BUILDING EDUCATION FOR YOU No matter where you live, what you do, what your previous edu- cation or financial condition, we can help you. Read the following endorsement; and write telling us what cour- se you desire and we will show you how to get it. GRANGER, TKXAS, AUGUST 1-1, 1914 TO THE PUBLIC:-- In this' ago of progress, n business or practicnl education is a neces- sity, and the hotter the education of any young man or woman, the greater will be their success financially and socially. This being true, it is well to know where and of whom the best training can be had. There are many grades of schools, and many kir.ds of teachers. There are good, bad and indifferent In commending Iy. R. Waiden and Ills schopl to you, we feel that we are doing a service to any one desi- rious of securing a through and practical education. We specially re- commend him to Bohemian young men and women. Professor Waldcn guarantees to retu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 25 September 1914

Tj? 'fa rh. V U- "T ft' $ iL:,y jfflT' "V&w$r v " i ''-T-. u II s t?V'',N W lV. J1 ' ss fffh rr 1 OH, I Sc CO YOU GOOD OLD SCHOOL DAYS Don't Forget Us For of All Kinds & Drug Store THE REXALL STORE Bartlett, Texas LOCAL NEWS. Miss Erline Joiner, one of our popular teachers, bpent the Week-end in our city, the guest of Mrs. L. E. Payne. Troy En- terprise. Miss Maggie Daniel left Mon- day for Belton where she will enter Baylor for the ensuing year. For Sale -Chalmers car, 6 cy- linder. 7 passenger: owner will take, $1750 in good trade and tiofes, mules or real estate. Ap- fclyat this office for particulars. , " Mrs, T. B. Benson and daugh ter, Miss Jjiwan, went to A.uauu Saturday to consult an eye Hpecialist. Lime for poisoning cotton at BOcts per sack. Mutual Lumber Co. Mrs. W. M. Webster is visit- ing her son, N. S. Webster and wife at Austin. Wilfreceive a stylish line of ladies fall hats. Before you buy come in and see what I have to offer. Ed. Heinsohn. Big crowd in town ...

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