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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 9 October 1914

, . " - . - 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 OPEN UP WITH THIS BIG STORE " have gathered the best merchandise and are selling them to an appreciative public who realize that our prices mean money savea. ft visit xo our store win mean a Dig saving 10 you on your winter purcnases I as we 9B 4 --.. J . w k sp I ' ' Here's the Silks, Velvets and Wool Dress Goods It is almost impossible for us to give you a complete description of our beautiful line of silks and .wool go.ods. The silks are the richest and finest we have ever shown, 36 inch silk poplin Extra heavy grade.in a good assortment of col ors, including black Priced a 36 inches silk taffetas in black and changable colors. Extra fine ' quality ' Priced l! 27 inch Novelty Dress Silks, A large design and color assortment " . Priced at $1 36 inch Silk Messalines all the, wanted Bhades for Fall w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 9 October 1914

,f mm K 9 1 l 1 HB 9 Iff 1 m 1 B R Cheeves Bros. & Co. Dry Goods, Millinery Clothing, Shoes and Hats Price is the Thing Thomson Grocery Co. Wholesale Grocers New Goods and Low Prices We want your business. Drop in. The Busy Bee Cafe Open Day and Night Temple's Best Cafe The Temple Mirror Higg Class Job Printing Get our Figures Stavinoh Bros. Harness, Hardware, Stoves, Etc Not the oldest, but the best RODDY BROS. Temple's New Department Store Everything that Man, Woman or Child should wear . B. Engledow Co. "The Better Store" For Men "The Shoe Men" Nelson & White Main Street and Central Avenue Good Shoes at Right Prices Temple & George Furniture and Floor Coverings We pay the Freight JARRELL'S New Mississippi Store The Store ahead, on the square See our windows Go to- Willis & McLain For everything in the Drug line Brady & Black Hdw, Co. We pay the Freight on Five Dollars and up. Temple State Bank James E. Ferguson, President C. E. Maedgep, Vice-President C. A. Hu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 16 October 1914

IBatflelf .A. i AND NEWS R. CATES, Editor and Proprietor f BAlRTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY. OCT. 16. 1914. $1.00 Per Year. VOL. XXIX. N0:.12 Katy To Run New Train. The Missouri. Kansas & TeXaB Railway will add a new train, beginning Saturday, Oct. 17, be twecn San Antonio, Dallas and Port Worth and all intermediate points. This has been made pos- sible by the breakinp up of the two sections of the Katy Flyer carrying sleepers for St. Louia and Kansas City by wcy of Dal- las and Fort Worth, The new train, which will be No. 108. will leave San Antonio at 8:30 o'clock daily and arrive in Ft, Worth at 7:10 a. m. and in Dallas at 7:20 a. m. South- bound train No. 107, will leave Dallas and Ft Worth at 10 p. m arriving in San Antonio at 7:55 a. ml The new train will carry sleepers for Dallas. Ft. Worth and Denver. The new trains will be operated in both direc- tions indenendently of the Flyer and it is the intention to operate this train on the minute. San Antonio Express....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 16 October 1914

W I'.- r w jmsl i aSW&bp jmmM The Tribune News FRIDAY. OCT. 16. 1914 The Holland Progress came out lost wpek 'fat' wifh advertising, likewise good reading matter. There is a mighty difference bitween Christianity and Church unity, and the world is faat find- ing it out. We recognize the aristocracy of the intellect as being greatly superior to the aristocracy of fine linen, .pomp and display. What's the matter with a cot- ton mill in Bartlett. It does seem that our farmers could build and operate one. Late Parisian fashions are not how stvlish among the "smart" Set of Louvain and Antwerp. Those of the ladies who are not dancing the fade-a-away are sprinting for food. The returns from the ginners for the U.S. Census Report show there were 57,036 bales of cotton sinned in Williamson county from the crop of 1914, prior to Sept. 25, as compared with GS,- 470 bales in 1913. With one double-page ad, four full page, three half-page five quarter-page and other smaller ads, the Bartlett ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 16 October 1914

i n iluimili;i,IMiSi?g5jgfg - f -- tL 3 ' i JL fairfM il fa M H,aMi " "" a HlM'MHMBMrflHMu ill I I ' iKH(MIMMairMMlMhWIVWB OUT EZ r w W : - Less Than Wholesale Cost ,'iSX ??? be i JmHI' Wounded by Riile. Bert Witt, aixed 26, who was accidentally shot with a small calibre rifle Saturday, is at Prov- idence sanitarium and is report- ed doinsr well. His condition is not regarded as dangerous unless complications set in. The accident occurred Satur- day afternoon near Whitney. Mr. Witt with his wife was visiting members of the family there. They were in an orchard shoot- ing with the rifle, when Mr. Witt picked it up from the ground where he had laid it. As he lif- ted it from the ground by the barrel it was discharged, the bullet entering his right lung. Mr. Witt is a son of Dr. J. M. Witt of Waco, and lived here un- til a year ago. He is now a res- ident of Rillsboro.-The Waco Tiroes-Herald. Highwaymen Caught The two negroes who held up and robbed another nqgro here a few nights ago a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 16 October 1914

,11 I twsr 'foir-i& :P The Tribune And News FRIDAY. OCT. 16, 1914 Dorothy Dix still continues to advise mothers in the proper method of raising their children. Mies Dix fails to inform her readers whether her knowledge is gained from precept, practice or possession. In remarking upon the robbery of Editor Tucker of the Taylor Press, the San Marcos Record reminds the press that Editor Harwell of the Kyle News was if recently "touched" for his pants. ,ahoes and 63 cents in real money. Mr. Harwell denies the allega- tion as a malicious misrepresen- tation, claiming that the amount was $2,00, all of which he had collected on subscription after dark. Suffering snakes! Put us next, Harwell. Do you use rub- ber boots and a piece of gas pipe or just a plain mask and a six- shooter? Also, did your victims have the coin in a nurse or in a tow sack? Two dollars on sub- scription in one night! The idea appeals to us as being unreas- onable and preposterous. "The Greatest of These" Unusual i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 16 October 1914

(J . t r I' The alton Dry Goods Company's f K2 l, ft' & 15 ? . K- B IG SELLING OUT SALE Now in its second week and going some. To supply our demand we get in daily new merchandise, to make your shopping profitable to you, come to us for your Fall and Winter WearREMEiVlBER we discontinue our clothing department and are selling out all Men's and Boy's Clothing at less than wholesale cost IF YOU MISS IT YOU WILL MISS IT. &MyjJiWiWIWPlWlll'WllIWliWWWiWIWIliiiliiyiil ' II 1 uliWill III llillif I" 'I d IHfl'iMi l'i I Mi if llllM',Wliiiilliilllii1iilllillli MlOTlliMF POSITIVELY THE ONLY B0NAFIDE SALE Parlor Meal: Market Wants Your Business Fresh Meats of ASS Kinds, Best Quality Cured Hams, Sausage, and Home Made Lard zie brothers I IVkKen LOCALand PERSONAL and at Born, to Munro Kelley wife a fine girl. Fresh barrel sauerkraut Rountree Bros. J. R. Riddlehoover of Sparks was here Wednesday. Have you seen B. Kollman about that home for next year. E. Stone and family visited friends in...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 16 October 1914

Hml.ii main iimi.i I niii iii.l iii i i ii i I .','"' .'"." J.'. "", """'"'""I ,. - ' '" ' " ' ' "" ' ' ' " ' " JJ" " '' ' iIiii..ii.i.iiii 1 Don't Talk War to Us We Are too Busy I . in i COME to our big; sale and get Merchandise at even less than old time prices. We are doing business and fully expect to reach our former big- volumn. We have cut to pieces all former prices and are selling Dry Goods without re gard to former cost or selling prices. Men's Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Ladies' Suits, Coats, Skirts at less than manufacturers cost. am e3BS3B3SS?EI Dr fflBsmmm H V Ujj m$mmmmmimMmmsmM'Mgmmwm&miwwm& tSSBBSlB OH, YOU GOOD OLD SCHOOL DAYS Don't Forget Us for School Supplies of All Kinds CONDRA & BLAIR Drug Store r THE REXALL STOR.E Bartlett, Texas gaffaBrosiBmsrff''-'""g'' LOCAL NEWS. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Doehre, a pirl. Highest market price paid fori hogs Jenkins. Dr. R. S. Sutton visited Rock- dale this week. ' Messrs. Ed and Frank Bolding were in Temple Sunda...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 16 October 1914

tMM$m0mii w "cmr ijtimiinnmiMJi REEI warn Ik : ''-C I i ft V, : i . -u Cheeves Bros. & Co. Dry Goods, Millinery Clothing, Shoes and Hats Price is the Thing Thomson Grocery Co. Wholesale Grocers , New Goods and Low Prices We want your business. Drop in. The Busy Bee Cafe Open Day and Night f Temple's Best Cafe The Temple Mirror Higg Class Job Printing Get our Figures Stavinoh Bros. Harness, Hardware, Stoves, Etc Not the oldest, but the best RODDY BROS. Temple's New Department Store Everything that Man, Woman or Child should wear I . B. Engledow Co. "The Better Store" For Men "The Shoe -Men" Nelson & V hite Main Street and Central Avenue Good Shoes at Right Prices Temple & George Furniture and Floor Coverings We pay the Freiuht JARRELL'S New Mississippi Store The Store ahead, on the square See our windows Go to - Willis & McLain , For everything in the Drug line Brady & Black Hdw, Co. We pay the freight on Five Dollars and up. Temple State Bank James E. Ferguson, P...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 16 October 1914

MHHNWitt ted I Just a Few Prices-Thousands Not Quoted HOE Ladies' Dorothy Dodd S3.50 and $4.00 rfj , Shoes at u I And still another assortment going at special ft B qq sale price at $ I y0 Mens' Walk Over Shoes. $4.00 Sellers going Jj g rm at only i fl .00 One big lot Ladies' Shoes, value up to $4 00 (hi nn now going at nj) I aUU Mens' 12 pounds ribbed Shirts and drawers QQn (fleeced) at 0&j Job lot Mens' Dress Shirts sold at $1.00 now QQn at only Uuu 30 dozen White Handkerchiefs, special sala price at only $4.00 and $5.00 Rain Coats, special sale at hQ ftp Tur DRY GOODS 22x36 Towels Brown Turkish, special sale price n at only ..lib 22x32 Towels Bleached Turkish special sale price I On at only .... u Calico now going at special Bale for only per yjft yard ; A -..... j?l 12 1 2c 1921 Outing Flannel, special sale price at Q per yard JU $1.5054 inch Wool Dress Goods new colors, ' QQn plaids and stripes at only Ouu Tricot Flannel, special sale price at only per I "pn 75 Gold Metal B...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 23 October 1914

JWMSSp nf ' a i), ow AND NEWS R. F. CATES, Editor and Proprietor BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY, , TEXAS, FRIDAY. OCT. 23, 1914. $1.00 Per Year. VOL. XXIX. NO., 18 v.iT te tMittje ft p l. THREE KILLED IN KATY WRECK Last Monday morning, about 5 o'clock, the northbound Katy Flyer, running late and at an estimated speed of 35 miles per hour, plunged into the ditch at a point one and one-half miles north of Bartlett. Four express and mail cars and three coaches left the rails and were stood on end or overturned. The engine and tender were overturned, pinioning in the cab Engineer Johnson and Firemen Rhodes and Campbell, all pi whom were scalded -to death by escaping water and steam. Two mail clerks, the express messenger, baggage man, the negro porter and a passenger were injured. The cause of the derailment is a mystery, though it is presumed that the rains of Sunday night -nal softened the roadbed or un- dermined the track. The train carried a normal complement of passengers and it is co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 23 October 1914

"'Wf pl '"'" "' wffl CI ;H'3ss$ "! c '4m L .. 'ill The Tribune And News FRIDAY, OCT. 23. 1914 The style shows are not con fined alone to the big depart- ment stores. Sunday services at the big churches are same style Bhows exclusively. We know that the girls of to- duy are just as pretty as those of long ago. It's just the extreme styles of the clothes they wear that makes them seem other- wise. Houston Post. Editor Roundtree of the Com- mercial says that there are more dogs than hogs in Texas. Don't worry. Lee. Along the Mexican border there are many towns which contain more dogs than human beings. Secretary of the Treasury Mc- Adoo has been conferring with New York bankers regarding the cotton situation. Ten thousand Texas farmers haye more need of an interview with McAdoo than all the bankers ever born. The buy-a-bale movement, as we understand it, was originated in Georgia for the puVpose of re- lieving the distressed farmer and the needy renter. But. as usual, commercialism has...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 23 October 1914

TiiinmtnirnrHiimnMnrBiM imbm i mmmmbmmmiiimb hhihhm awm' iiihm' ---.- ... .. , V. egins Saturday. October 24th I Never before have you had this opportunity to buy New CleanMerchandise at this season of the year for the prices we are making. Don't let this opportu- nity pass without buying what you need for Fall and winter. -- taples Twenty Per Cent Discoun We are sure you have, never had the opportunity to buy staples at a discount before. This is one time you should lay in your supply on this class of merchandise as you will never get this opportunity again. Our reason of this is to create the demand for cotton as every one knows that if we do not use more cottongoods we will never get our cotton back to a normal price. Best grade of Outing, Clean Sweep Price' - - - 7 l-2c 36 inch Hope Bleached Domestic, Clean Sweep Price - - 8c Good grade of Dress .Gingham, 10c value, Clean Sweep - 7 l-2c 25c Unbleached Turkish Towels, extra heavyi Clean Sweep 17 l-2c Apron Gingham, extra good, re...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 23 October 1914

IE 'OB IK CHARGE r; ii t r ri n ME DAD T'i EVERYWHERE S TEB V ft Texas Cotton Palace to Have Many" Features of Interest. The Cotton Palace manage- ment, realizing the magic touch that womankind call give to all undertakings, has placed several t f the most important features in charge of committees of lead- ing ladies of Waco and Central Texas with the result that plans are being laid as never before for the successful culmination ol most interesting events, prnictp. illy including a Queen's Ball, on Friday, November 6th, during the exposition this year that will be marked by the brilliancy of the courts of European potentates. The Queen of the Ball will be crowned in regal splendor under jeweled canopies, wonderful in the planning, and to be remark- able in execution. Following the Queen's Ball, which -will be par- ticipated in by five princesses, to be known, respectively, as the Princess of Southland, Princess of Eastland, Princess of North- land, Princess of Westland and Princes...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 23 October 1914

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 23 October 1914

,?' jgpfflir ngm olton Sounds Mighty Good After Taking five Cents for Good Middling. Last week we advertised that we would pay 8c for middling cotton, where it could be changed for dry goods. The amount we agreed to take was filled at once. How can we afford to do this? Pay 8c and sell for 6c not by any means. When you sell us a bale of cot- ton it is taken off the market this helps to boost the cotton market. We have a place where we can use it without selling. So many of our good friends felt hurt by not getting in on the last week; we have decided to repeat the 6ffer. NEXT WEEK 8c FOR 25 BALES MIDDLING COTTON. When you can use the dry goods; we can use the cotton. ww" cent If r iWWKs zoom n SL if fct mm ft mm i3i4 an i y& OTBOOK' A TWtHTf CtHTJ "" m& ww ' Et&wmSn Basques, Capes and Cape Coats Flare Skirts, Blouses and Dresses with Italian collars, long tunics, gathered, plaited, yoked and circular, with hundreds and hundreds of the latest Fall styles, are shown in the...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 23 October 1914

i iiimhiiiiiiwi IIIIBHMM"'"""""l""Mv"niBaMMBMSMwnawMMinffHmGlMMMaBMWMMNMKJMMMnvMl ALE CONTINUE PRICES TALK W' &v 1. w,1 Mi WA'1 IV" L, " B.Jr PK A ft?... i mi .r ' t I IC Hi K E 11 Fi , & if t'v M., ! a M, mi mi.. S.JI- "f ' fiftL? i . K. l5 r c As stated in ovir former advertising, conditions over which we had no control forces us to clean oit most of our stock and we are doing so Set prices that taJk. Come to see us and bring a. baJe of cotton, aid let's trede, a little cash will go a far ways in our store Mens Clothing, Shoes, Fvirnishing Goods, Ladies R.eady-to-Wear, Millinery, Dry Goods and Shoes. Nothing reserved. J- - - 1 Parlor Meat Market Wants Your Business Frseh Meats Best I Cured Hams, Sausage, and Home Made Lard McKenzie Brothers LOCALand PERSONAL Messrs. Lilburn Dimmett and Sam Easley of Georgetown, were here Wednesday. Ed Kollman of Holland was here yesterday conferring with a local dentist. Miss Era Joiner left Sunday for Florence, near which place she 'will ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 23 October 1914

"?. K 71 PV iwmiiwtwi wuHaummM&mmvutM' OUT Of BUSINESS Less Than II !& I I iHfc H " S r 31 F T S dP 1 1" -I ( Y PI "Q d1 JLw n J I jSLaif JLJ JLw I I 1 5 JLsJ C4 I L I U I i 9 i U VV O- o j OH, YOU GOOD OLD SCHOOL DAYS Don't Forget Us For School Sudd of AH CONDRA & BLAIR Drug Store THE REXALL STORE Bartlett, Texas l& LOCAL NEWS. Highest market price paid for hogs Jenkins. Mrs. Ben W acker visited in Temple Tuesday. Will Franz was in Marlin the past week. Hooper Cook was here from Prairie Dell Wednesday. W. G. Bridges of Coleman was here this week on business. Elder Dave Draper of George- town was here Monday. J. S. White made a business trip to Temple Saturday. J. M. Setzer of Davilla was a Bartlett visitor Saturday. Otto Bartz of Jarrell was here Tuesday on business. Blair & Breeding shipped a car load of cisterns and plumbing Roods to Holland this week. Mrs. J. R. Knight of Prairie Dell visited Mrs. Chas. Stephen- son tae past week. Billie, little son of Mr. an...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 23 October 1914

u " I I l-y ' Is the amount of GR.OCERIES we must actually sell on oir first SEVEN DAY SALE Beginning Saturday October 24, Ending Saturday October 31 And it is with this amount in view that we offer such extraordinary aurad wonderful values in good things to eat. Circvimstances are the sources from which conditions spring and it is the present inusual conditions tha.t have brought tboit the determination to reck- lessly and regardlessly sacrifice our stock in order to sell the above amount we mvist have. 0ir previovis weekly series have eLch and every one been a success, but if our pre- dictions of the L,orhing SEVEN DAY SALE is reedized--overwhelming crowds-scenes of business activity vthat beggar description never before such an in-rush of buyers and ozt-f lowing of merchandise never before such at reception by the buying public to any selling eyent of this or ariyv other store-this will be the Most onderful Success of any GROCER. Y SALE within oir memory. Of course we reaJize, no...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 23 October 1914

m ifii I In h B E GIN S SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24 has always been our custom to have two sales each year in order to clean up but conditions has forced us to put on the biggest sale that we have ever had. Just think you can BUY NEW CLEAN MERCHANDISE jnst when you need it the most at a saving from 20 to 50 per cent. Everything will be on sale in our DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT and also some specials from our GRO- CERY DEPARTMENT. These prices wilf be strictly for cash. Anything char ged to our regular customers will be charged at regular price DRESS GOODS AND SILKS Twenty per cent, discount Everyone knows we are showing the best in Dress Goods and Silks. That is why this sale will mean a big saving to you-you get just what you want Extra Special--We have several numbers in wool' goods and wash goods that were sold tor 50c and ,?5c. Clean Sweep Sale Price 25 cents ' NOTIONS-20 per cent off. All the notions will be sold at 20 per cent dis- count, which will mean a big saving to you. fOedad-Buttons...

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