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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 25 September 1914

ft! A h - I t G $"f u ,V i I AT THE I 1 . 'Hikul.liilfillW I jB - aaM 0H We have just returned irom 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 thatTWill 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- knir Underwear 50c value. Sale Price, three garments for .,.itet $1.00 Men's Vebour Hats in all colors $5.00 value. Sale fan VI E 50 pair Men's Low Shoes brok en sizes, latent .Leather, vici ivid, and Gun Metal $3 and $4 yalue. Sale Price $1 Hannan & Son Shoes $7 value $4.25 "BUY A BALE OF COTTON" We will buy a Bale of Cotton for 10c a pound from the first renter...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 25 September 1914

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 2 October 1914

nut AND NEWS 1 R. P. GATES, Editor AtiD Proprietor BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY. OCT. 2, 1914, $1.00 Per Year. VOL. XXIX. NO. 10 kiwi-i w !. 1 11 j -1 "W. Killing at Rogers. Rogers, Tex., Sept. 28. As the result of a footing affray at 6:30 this evening Ernest Brock is dead, and Frank Lehay is un- der arrest, charged with the killing. , The kiiling took place in tho rear of the Happy Hour Theater, an automatic piBtol being the weapon used, Lehay waived examinnfon be- fore Justice C. L. Gibson, and his bond was fixed at $5000, which he readily gave, ten of j the wealthiest citizens of Rogers J signing the1 bond. Lehay made! ho statement regarding the af- fair. Ernest Brock, the victim of the tragedy, was a young man. unmarried, and was one of the proprietors of the Happy Hour theater. Mr. Lehay is one of the most prominent and highly respected citizens of Rogers, and has a host of friends all over this sec- tion. It is stated by friends of both men that some form of fami...

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

fyJTw 41 V , w T 1 I P& IIUm.1 . . - & m '; "iVO",'.. m Why Hot A Chautauqua.? I feel constrained to write a few words to Bartlett in behalf of a Ghautauqun Association. Words arc inadequate to express the good derived from this source. Nothing is relished more by bright, intellectual and enterpris ing minds than a Rood lecture. I The healing balm for the dis-, heartened soul is often found in the golden sentences of the true-hearted orator. l'or twenty odd years this wri- ter has lived under the eaves of the great Winfiold (Kansas) Chautauqua, the third largest of its kind in America. What a feast it was some ten or twelve departments, consisting of relig- ious, literary, domestic science, art, athletics, kindergardens.etc. help to comprise this giant Chau- tauqua. The assembly convenes ton days, and in addition to the most excellent department work, about twenty lectures by the foremost speakers of the coun- try, numerous cartoonists and others for whom a handsome ad- miss...

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

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

' vkpitx w . T If V ,a F ' . i Ml 'rji ' 'it" iJ-R f 3 Pfti-. ifVM'i The Tribune And News FRIDAY, OCT. 2. 1914 It takes news to make a news- pnper. Tell it to us. We predict that Carranza will bo the next to join the fleet of Mexican ex-presidents. Wheth- er he wili go by knife, bullet or foot remains to be seen but he'll go. nevertheless. Let us cultivate a public spirit, talk less and work more. En- courage our local authorities in making improvements. Speak up, speak well, talk encourag- ingly of your town and its future prospects. Rule Review. The Mexicans have began a new revolution. This is really to be deplored. We fear that the ultimate result will be the extermination of every man of Mexican extraction wlm is not able to seek the, protection of a tree or a boulder. Following are some cotton picking records that were made at different places and times during last week: Cicil Kirk. 500 lbs. by 12 o'clock; Jim Gault, 700 lbs. in one day; Lilburn Layne, 16 years old. 5G0 lbs. i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 2 October 1914

$ I, P i ' f x . IA ' tff' J w, w jA &v ' , . sfo'. ifw. i i it :- r M ? I" ' IV. o - " SvrtwF 'T" t p "j ; i1 iirar. . , r ' Jv " ' , r , -: IMuMMMMMBa ' " WWWUWHW WMM1I W itt" (""vT hv jaiiSMIv jSb h HjjHHj nKH T BARTLETT, TEX. Next Door to Condra & Blair. SILBERT BARTLETT, TEX. Next Door to Condra & Would rather self entire stock than to have the trouble and res to one man if they so the market. Retailing at LESS THAN sacrifice to the good people of Bartlett and vicinity )f moving it. Will sell the entire stock and fixtu- in the meantime the entire stock will be thrown on WHOLESALE PRICE. No old or shelf worn goods, bit tKe newest aoid best fresh from the looms. Bought for the purpose of remaining in business and not for Special Sales, but we rendered Sl de- cision only in the lest two days to sell out arid pay up what we owe. and move the bal- ance if we should have any goods left. r :crct mjl1 Ti1E PRQPER TiME comes You have a chance now to clothe your family with n...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 2 October 1914

'Kffi n l : u The Tribune And News FRIDAY, OCT. 2, 1914 Help out the prayerful people and attend church tomonow. The attention of those of our exchanges who are reducing their pages is directed to the columns of this paper as an illustration of local enlerprise. The Commissioners Court at Belton, on the 29th ult., accept- ed the road work done in Bart- lett District No. 2. The work was examined some time ago and pronounced satisfactory. One of the most cowardly acts in the repertoire of cowardice is the person who scatters broken glass on public highways. The practice is presumably done to worry the , automobilist. But it not alone does this. Farmers' horses suffer likewise with cut feet and the resultant lameness and suffering. Nobody except a coward would do such a thing. B'ollowing up his warning to na- tional banks against hoarding money and restricting credits, Secretary McAdoo today ordered withdrawn $3,000,000 of the gov- ernment funds deposited in agri- cultural centers to a...

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

lo .- i r' tf', I'. h ' tf !? JC M:.1MuiiiMiyMiiini iiiiimt im- I WISH TO ANNOUNCE 1 GIVEN to my friends and customers that I have bought out the Hef- ington & Teal Cleaning and Pressing establishment, known as the Bartlett Tailoring Company. A trial will be appreciated. R. F. BARNETT, Phone 342 HL .m.mm., ..m.M...., ... rmlii-LJ uff WMWi""'MM"WM''' ' .. LOCALand PERSONAL Miss Ida Thompson was on the Bick list this week. Mr. and Mrs, D. Zweig spent Wednesday at Waco. Mr R. Brannen was confined at his home a few days the past week because of illness. Highest market price paid for produce at the Sanitary Grocery. A car of fine applesln building next to Belk and Ruler's. Mrs. Imogene Rucker of Tem- ple is a guest of Mr. and Mrs. W, W. Walton. Up until last night the Bartlett compress has delivered 4,322 bales of cotton to the railway. Ira Graham has nice Arkan- sas apples next door to the Wal- ton Dry Goods Co. Car of nice fresh Oklahoma melons in building next to Helk and Kuler's ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 2 October 1914

" . v . ti . - .' r i vmc , L Jv- r i i oh, m 1H$ ' Schools GOOD OLD SCHOOL DAYS r Don't Forget Us For uppnes of All Kinds CONDRA & BLAIR Drug Store THE REXALL STORE Bartlett, Texas LOCAL NEWS. Ed Shelton of Temple was hpre Monday on business. J. C. Thompson was here Sun- day visiting friends, R. R. Ogden of Taylor was a Bartlett visitor Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Parties visited relatives in Taylor Sun- day. Jno Vv. Surghnor Esq.. of Bel- ton was here Saturday. Mrs. Mullins and daughter, Miss Minnie Bell, were in Tem- ple Sunday to see Mrs. Hugh Blair, who is confined in the hospital there. Messrs G. N. Breeding and J)urant Bartlett were Temple xlJisSF.- c..j viauuis ouuuay. are ohn Wacker was the guest of friends in Holland Sunday. Chas Waggoner made a busi- ness trip to Georgetown Monday. C. C. Bailey visited relatives in Temple Sunday. For Sale Combination saddle and buggy horse, 3 years old. also new Columbus buggy. For particulars apply at this office. Mrs. Heide and child...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 2 October 1914

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 2 October 1914

I.' t,' HMHMM)JHMinml utort mmiiimiimiii GERSBACW GERSBACH-WACKER CO. u jii urn .umiiiiiiiiMiiMii i ! mimmhot imwmm ir-t'tin i ti ' t "r 1 1 mntMmttmtiliuMmmffmmlMmmiBmmxmmrfmtmmlMtvtmmmmmMmmmmmmmutmmKim . . . ... - - - - - - - ' ..-J ,. ., . .iuphii in i umimmiimhhh TiBBiHHBnMiiBHHBiBiBBBHBiiBBRBaaBaBninrisininHnnmaHBnmnvnHBiiHr mttwwwi 1 1 iwbbwiw i pimjowi hmwiumiii upihib i iibpuhijiihh lijim hi i wmw 7" - " .-TT. 7 7 niiiimli I IIIIWI11W1MIMIMWMTIMIIIIIIIIMI1IIII I Ml 1 1 I 111 I 1 1 111 I llllli IIIUdBlll JWI IHtJIMfrl MIX HI fw ilBtB.TfWlMfc-MaiM.-WpMl-fl.-tllWlMIIM MUM wan - i i jj .-BBn-Ha-a- osbbbbbbbbsbbbi . vsmmvaa ,. .-a---- u V dim - nd e r a i . btbx .a & ... HI 1 (Hi B a H I jflj 1 Bankets A Lompreliensive exhibit Kevealing tfl il!IWrinifflllrfFMftllng hb'im iH'i'iiii'iiiiiiimin iiiiiiiihiiiiiim iiiiihuii in m if eciaas WKWiwtwiyMU'aXCTWiW'wgMwaHW-wiowi'grw Blankets are cheaper than ever this year. You would really get better values for your money at recular pric...

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

wmHmmmmmmmtommwmmmmmtmMii'mmmm AimmmrmmM , - "- ' " a. ... . .. ..f...r... r'T''r'T-rHirniinirinriiliipffim H Thinking of the present situation in other lands and comparing it with our own, we ought to be thoroughly contented with our lot and happy as can be , BUSINESS'IS BEGINNING TO'OFEN VP WITH THIS BIG STORE' ' "as we have gathered the beVt merchandise and are selling them to -an appreciative public who realize that our prices mean money saved. A visit to our store will mean a big saving to you on your winter purchases m ; 1 r w Goo S WHB 3r M I - m I Here's the Opp It is almost impossible for us to give you a complete description of our beautiful line of silks and wool goods. The silks are the richest and finest we have ever shown, 3G inch silk poplin Extra heavy grade in a good assortment of col- ors, including black Priced aa SI 36 inches silk taffetas in black and changable colors. Extra fine quality , ' , Priced a.t $1 27 inch Novelty Dress Silks, A large design and color a...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 2 October 1914

- -..-.rfdaJlh.. i j,.! ,. , -TrT -mijpftr.iir n ITHUf 1 1 Never 1 111S m 1 lions H I goods I from km W tore Closed All Day SPAY and FRIDAY in the history of all country have prepara- heen made to such an extent for selling a stock of People will come all parts of the country. EXTRA HELP WASTES) Special Salespeople, appl Thurs- day. Experienced people prefer- red, but not absolutelp necessary aE123K2ZS T MOST SENSATIONAL SALE Takes Place at YES The same fair methods which have always characterized our business will be observed to the letter and even greater efforts will be made to satisfy each and every customer during this Great Sale, for every item, of merchandise will be mar- ked in plain figures for less than its real value and exchange will be made on any article which is not as represented. Your Dollars Worth Twice Over Now HaaBtwMtaarassaa DAYS ONLY In the Buy a Bale Movement we paid 10c per pound for a 515 pound bale we are go- ing to give this absolutely free to one of our ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 9 October 1914

' fe SJ'W ' ", ' V, J '- V ifc wxt t mtm kShB 1'.'' ' ) AND NEWS sfte R P. GATES, .Editor and Proprietor BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCT. 9, 1914. . $1.00 (Per Year. V( 10. 11 k. .1.- t 1 Oenaviile Couple Hurt. "Waco, Texas, Oct. 4. A Dal. laB bound interurban car struck an automobile in East Waco this afternoon, seriously injuring two pf tho Occupants, H. E. Jackson -and wife of Oenaviile were the victims. , Mr. Jackson's right knee cap was fractured and his foreheadi was badly gashed. Mrs. Jack- son was badly cut about the head face and legs. They were re moved to a local hospital. 4 The other occupants of the car were Mr. and Mrs. Jackson's two grown daughters and Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Brown of Waco. None of them were injured. Boy Killed by Train Temple, Oct.5. A southbound Santa Fe railway passenger train struck Leonard Long, a Cameron youth, at an early hour here this morning and inflicted injuries which Caused his death a few hours later. The dead boy, with four c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 9 October 1914

pBr.vp-;, SSM ; f. - t VV rt " vj 'f 4" 1 ifoune lews 9. 1914 Wo arofRJjat some- bod v is makTWBfcv out of hops, since sixTWBh of toork choDS onlv rattlinHtt.in X)ur watch pocket. Since financial depression has enveloped us in the rear and on' both flanks, we are endeavoring to maintain a moratorium witlft conversational chatter. The deer season opens Nov. 1, land- for the benefit Of the various Bartlett sportsmen, the Tribune vill say that the limit is three bucks each during the season. Be careful, boys, and stay with- in the limit. The Chattanooga Times says Tennessee is being nibbled to death by the fee system. We weep for Tennessee, because the fee system is legalized tyocket- picking and denotes retarded civilization. Houston Post. We had intended to reply to the numerous attacks of the press on the female suffrage proposition, but the female suf- fering in Europe has almost closed our conversational chords. We would be pleased to expand on this master, but we fear the result ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 9 October 1914

h fcjB.JMimiiifci.tLIMMWMlhlllltMlMWfclMIM .MM-Mi i Mwmill Ifll.".- infill !! I 111 If H HI -W.I !. I I ll W I Ml II ! -u n in . I . ... !, -- M., . . . f - , ., I J J f H pjg " "" ' " ttttMHtnaftAft jBWWWWlWI nmfc lllMI iHMMUlM II ll.---"ll-. ---- IMIMMI.IM H....WIB ! , . BBWBWWBWWWWWIBWt BHBBIIWWWHWWIl QHBiu ( , , , , i- , v r fU '""' - ' if tmmnmm The sale is on in earnest and now is your opportunity to purchai Merchandise at Less Than Wholesale Cost NotZZitrSl be sold including the Fixtures. i SILBERT artle tt -- m I s IBnBHBMnnn ,---. - WILLIAMSON CROP REPORTS The Taylor Press in a canvas made last week of the crop con- ditions 'in Williamson county, presents its readers with the fol- lowing interesting report, which covers the conditions ,up to the close of September: Jarrell There has been about 95 per cent of the cotton picked in this section. A few bales were sold for ten cents under the buy-a-bale movement. The gen- eral condition of the crop is poor. Walburg About one-hal...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 9 October 1914

WWWlMHMHllupuiw i milium i W)IHffHIWWWMIHIWlllUUWllWI)BIIMM H l " iiniwiiimmw , BERT Doctors Should Prescribe MILLINERY i v x, ' i-giniwwnwnMiTniMMimmwniiim- - - BIB "- " HW"BHiiWHRnPIHBIBI rlJ H - fiA H RRE! FREE! FREE! with each 4 0, $1 0 PURCHASE - YOUR RAILROAD TICKET ROUND TRIP w From Bartiett to Temple, Texas For Thursday Friday and Saturday NEW HATS for STYLE SHO iEGAKDLESS of price we are going to sell more pretty Hats than any other department in Tem ple during the Style ShowIf you want a beautiful Hat cheap come up to see us. OUR ABILITY TO PLEASE YOU IS WELL The same Courteous Treatment to all customers,-whether your order be large or small. rv i usire Kooer Only Exclusive Milliner in Temple LOCATED IN KYLE OLD FURNITURE STORE ts e a r one News FRIDAY. OCT. 9. 1914 Two youthful bandits relieved an Oklahoma bank of $3,000. For the life of us we can not comprehend why any sane man should care to rob a bank at the present financial status. The butcher shops, to our notion, a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 9 October 1914

i . SK IV ; r I WISH TO ANNOUNCE ' to my friends and customers that I have bought out the Hef- ington & Teal Cleaning and Pressing establishment, known as the Bartlett Tailoring Company. A trial will be appreciated. R. F. BARNETT, Phone 342 U LOCALand PERSONAL Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Joe JUrecka, a hoy. We do gun and bicycle repair- ing. See us. Guenzel Bros. , Henry Behrns of Walburg went to San Saba this week on busi- ness. . ' J. J( McCarver of Schwertner Was among those who visited in Georgetown this week. If you want the very latest and best in the range market.get a Cole's Hot Air Blast. Remember the concert at the (Casino Hall Oct. 23. Admission 25 cents. Mrs. Saint of Jarrell is visiting her sister, Mrs. E. E. Barlow this week, Ed Bolding was in Temple yes- terday to see Mrs. Bolding who is confined in the sanitarium, and reports'her to be doing nicely. ," " Mr. tfred Shults of Laredo has purchased the Citv Garage from Mr. J. E. Dillard. Mr. Shults will continue the. Busin...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 9 October 1914

Wi$:ffit if '? P:.v OH, YOU GOOD OLD SCHOOL DAYS Don't Forget Us For School Supplies of All Kinds CONDRA & BLAIR Drug Store THE REXALL STORE Bartlett, Texas LOCAL NEWS. Shaver Stephens and others from Jarrell were here Sunday enroute to Western Texas to find employment. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Mitchell of near Jarrell were in town Saturday shopping. Mrs. Mit- chell recently underwent a suc- cessful operation at Temple. Wanted Position as salesman can speak Spanish, Bohemian and English. Address W. W. Mc- Kesky, Holland, Texas. 2t Mrs. Beulah Dimmitt and Mr. and Mrs. Lilburn Dimmitt of Georgetown, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. W.W. Walton Monday. For Sale Combination saddle and buggy horse, 3 years old. jUso new Columbus buggy.. For & t- r; r 1.1:.. -. On imiss rserue juiikiiu uj. oey- mour Texas is visiting ner sister, Mrs. Alex Macha. Miss Conklin will attend Bartlett High School this season. Mr. A. K. Holt, who lives near Holland, was here Saturday on business. Mr. Holt's visits ...

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