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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 23 October 1914

S " . zi n'fr.v. jV wmfspti errs iTMtBjrS r 'V',,. V '. n'f P,'NIW r vW' i, Lr i " " t -H,p ' Mr 3tlr5 4iiT'")'WIi 1. ' ' '" h u ADF lCI L Fi K L 1 1 r Willi H iff fc' I ') ft- f h. k If I Cheeves Bros. & Co. Dry Goods, Millinery Clothing, Shoes and Hats Price J8 tho 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 I . B. Engledow Co. "The Better Store" For Men "The Shoe Men" Nelson & Whilfe 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 lin...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 23 October 1914

mi'iiiiwuffti JU f' ) . BMWjmKwhS witr tt MBral' asWHIMBsgagssau i ngfi1 -i rrr, 9 Mr Tia. WMBMMM WMa FBTaaaaaa.. -. .. V 3V fJilM I flBlHHIHHfkHKL tSIb 1 1 1 1 1 1 ! 1 1 1 1 CHRISTIAN MARTYBS ESCAPE DEATH. AUCHMiUS tlie Christina was kind to dumb nnlmnls, una succccaca in (...l.irt- n linn In 111 In r. Imprisoned uccauso oi ma timu, biuil-u.hw ,.,ifi. i,u vniniiniilniia nro cnst Into the nreim to ba torn to .pieces by wild beasts for the amusement ot Nero and his courtiers. After n moment or pcayer Marcellus IS approached by a lion; gaunt, hungry and Infuriated foi the occasion, but. recognizing nls former benefactor, licks the hand that fed him and manifests docility. The superstitious spectators proclaim It a miracle, and demand the release of the Christian bund. "u" (From the Photo-Drams. ot Creation.) Shown at the Crescent Theatre PART III will be shown lo-morxow morning only at 10 a. m. PAKT IV will be shown Sunday at 3 and 8 p. m. ADMISSION FREE. NO COLLECTIONS. Daug'erous Pl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 30 October 1914

f&thitmt pir AND NEWS R.F. CATES, Editor and Proprietor BARTJLETT. WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCT. 30. 1914. 1.00 Per Year. VOL. XXIX. NO. 19 n -. :w TENANT FARMERS HARD PRESSED Austin. Oct. 27. Requests for aid are being received at the governor's office from tenant farmers in many sections of the state who claim that they are Hearing the starvation stage as the result of the low price of cotton, and that the approach of cold weather finds them without sufficient clothing. Complaint is also made that the landlords are pressing the tenants hard for payment of obligations. In some instances, it is said, land- lords are holding cotton of ten- ant farmtrs until obligations are settled, leaving tenants but a short production of other crops. A number of letters for assist- ance have been received from tenants in the Brazos bottoms. Many negroes live in that section of the state, and they are com- plaining of low' wages. A letter from Madisonville reads in. part: "I find condit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 30 October 1914

' Tlpf'S""!, i? 7i i R u The Tribune And News FRIDAY, OCT. 30. 1914 A tight-wad's heart can only be reached through his purse' strings, but his soul will never know the power of wealth. Ouv observations are that what MISS Dorothy Dix don't know about the raising of children would fill many large and lumi- nous volumes. We are almost tempted to be- lieve that Eddie Bolt, the erratic editor of the Ladies Home Jour- nal, washes the family dishes with rubber gloves. Peddlers who are permitted to exhibit their goods upon the streets without a tax or without license not only interfere .with the legitimate merchants who pay rent and taxes, but they put the local currency entirely out of circulation in our home town. Whenever you hear a man remark that he is the boss under his family root, ask him crently if has the nerve to go home and demand that his wife and his daughters dress in the styles of! his mother. If he says that he lias the requisite nerve and puts it in practice, listen for a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 30 October 1914

I Y ' I? If1 r h n: ;. :i -V, l"r. V' -' - Will Continue Until Our Many Custodiers Have Had an Opportunity to Buy WhatThey Need. Don't Stop Until You Get to Our. Store as You Will Be More 1 Than Pleased With the Prices We Are Making. Great Crowds Were Here and Went Away More Than Pleased With Their Purchases. DRESS GOODS AND SILKS , ' Twenty per cent, discount, Everyone knows we are showing the best in Dress Goods $md. Silks. That is why this sale A will mean a big saving to yoii-you get just .what you w&nt Extra Special--We have several numbers in wool goods and wash goods that were sold for 50c and 75c. Clean Sweep Safe Price 25 cents r I W ' ' .MEN'S FURN1SHSNGS ' - - Everything in this department will be sold at twenty T ; per cent discount. Extra Special Men'sv Wool Shirts at Half Price Men's Blue Work Shirts, the regular 50c value Clean Sweep Price Ladies and Children's Coats We have" decided to discontinue this line and we are going to clean up at prices you never heard o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 30 October 1914

EMMUMttl Sounds Mighty Good After Taking Five Cents for Good fan We Can Use a Few More Bales at This Price Exchanged for Dry Goods OUR PRICES Profit a thing of the past': Our prices beat cost sales: We need the money. A Household Word for Mother BRIM iddlin FBfAipra 1 MfflWSW5KIll 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 STANDARD FASHION BOOK for Autumn With cch copy you tet any Slundard Pattern FREE 20 CENTS AT THE PATTERN COUNTER 0VERT00KED ON CLOTHING We are selling Clothing "including Hart, Schaffne & Marx and "every other make in the house at prices you will be glad to take them away. Don't get it in your head that you can purchase any other clothes that are as good as Hart, Schaffner & Marx. We are slaugh- tering them; we need the money. Overstocked on Ladies Coats & Suits We have too many on hand: c...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 30 October 1914

-i mjQmmmW : ! ' " "" r-T JMJBSMIpWBMMM I I JWlWWBIIMMttWMWIIIUWMMWPMMWII HIM iMUUIlUIUUMMaU Vr Br ! 1. N & Wl! pi r1 Not in our mercantile career have we had such conditions to confront us, and too conditions over which x we have no controlbWe have recovered with the situation and decided to sell merchandise regardless of former cost of selling price, until we haye reduced our very large stock, future prospects does not warrant us in carrying our usual $75000 stock. SHOE Mens' $6.00 Walk over Shoes at $4.95 75 pair Ladies Shoes $3.00 to $4.00 values, godd styles at $1.4& Big Reductions in All Lines CLOTHING Remember we are going tip sell without possible failure every suit, extra pants and overcoats in the house. This Line Discontinued After This Season GOOD NOTIONS, MILLINERY ETC., AT PRICES LESS THAN ACTUAL MILL COST Come' to see us. dollar does the work of two. BARTLETT, TEXAS LOCALand PERSONAL The first frost of the season fell Tuesday night. . We do gun and bicycle rep...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 30 October 1914

tmm JMBWJT" " " fBPWiWWbww f . 7 We can sell Dry Goods for less 'because we don't want to move them. Clothing, Shoes Ladies Ready-toWear Underwear, "Dress Goods, Ffcc- Less Than Wholesale Cost NiSS tK!K " I L SILBERT Bctrtiott Texas OH, YOU GOOD OLD SCHOOL DAYS 1 Don't Forget Us For v of All Kinds tin I M CONDRA - Drug THE Bartlett LOCAL NEWS. Highest market price paid for hogs Jenkins. JLJMWpEucky was quite sick this "wee Kr A. F. Czarowitsi was in Waco this week on business. Mr. Wasfi Hine is in Marlin' for the benefit of his health. Max Rowntree was a visitor to the Dallas Fair this week. L. B. Taylor of near Granger was here Monday on business. Is your liver inactive? Liv-ver-lax will wake it up. Condra & Blair. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Montgomery of Sparks were her Tuesday on a shopping tour. The Bartlett Hardware Com pany reports the sale of several grain drills the past week. If you want the very latest and best in the range market.get a Cole's Hot Air Blast. Messrs. T. W. Talbot ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 30 October 1914

i ' Mm Free ailroad Fare Free h R r K n K' fr Id' " w V, ft i- 1 1 n ' IP' ' k - v RpE( NWsVBQSQpHwi wmaneaaw mmum t 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 High Class Job Printing Get our Figures Stavinoha 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 T. 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 t 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 Hcfw, Co. We pay the Freight oh Five Dollars and...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 30 October 1914

. Gersbach-Wacker Co. Our Entire Stock of ENTIRE STOCK OF BOTH STORES BARTLETT, SCHWERTNER t . . 3 Dry Goods, and Shoes Marked at Cost and Under A Sale With a Purpose $50,000 Worth of New Up-to- the-Minute Merchandise Dry Goods,, Millinery. Sloes Ladies Ready-io-Wear, Mens' and Boys' Clothing. Blan- kets, Carpets, R.ugs. Art Sqviares, Trunks and Suit Cases, Toilet Artic!es,Em broidery, Threads and Pieces. What the goods cost as they will cost you We bouKht our Tall and Winter stock in order to get the lowest available prices, in the early Summer months, longbefore anyone ever dreamed that the present condi- tion would grip this section of the country like it ha3. We have stocked heavier than ever with brand new goods to meet the demand that we did noc get. We have the goods right here in the house, we have cur bills to meet and besides if we carry these goods in stock for twelve months or more it would grind on our prestige to offer them to our patrons. We positis'ely have to do som...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 6 November 1914

tibnn AND NEWS E. F. CATES, Editor and PnopniETOR BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOV. 6, 1914. $1.00 Per Year. VOL. XXIX. NO. 20 i?8B T V -r Little Cotton Sold Reports from over Williamson county indicate that most of the cotton has been feathered, though much is being held. At this point there has been about 8200 bales of cotton picked and about 5000 marketed. In the Cedar Park section 560 bales have been picked and 215 reported sold. From Jonah comes a report of 2000 pales picked, of which only 400 have been marketed. Liberty Hill has a record of 3600 bales, sixty per cent of which is either held or stored. At Circleville about one-half of the crop has been ginned and marketed. The tenant far- mers say that at the prevailing prices they can not afford to gather the cotton that still re- mains in the field. At Round Rock about 3750 bales have been picked, of which 1775 have been marketed. Three States Go Dry. Chicago, Nov. 4. Three of the six states that voted oh the l...

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

ninuiwuwfa IK J b l&J v- The Tribune And News FRIDAY. NOV. G. 1914 The calamity crier now has an inning. Give him a fair chance. lie has a r6ar coming. Question of the' hour: Who was the party that put the germ in Germany? The hunting season is now upon us, and the law does not specialize between wild game or tamed suckers. We are reliably informed by a prominent railway official that in a recent wreck which occurred in Texas, a lady who occu- pied a sleeper berth was not even awakened by the disaster' which cost the lives of three good men. When the lady awoke she asked Plans for purang mto opera tion the new warehouse law. now in effect, wil be completed in a short time, according to Insur- ance and Baking Commissioner Collier. Under the new law the permanent warehouse Hurts Our Cotton Trade The value of United States ox- ports of raw cotton and cotton yarn last year to the countries at war was: commis- England S224.000.000 sion will be composed of the gov- Robertson county ha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 6 November 1914

h : U llMBWWlWIIIWlWWIWIIIKWWWMMPW'BilitUiWftW IMllMIM(MMllMMMi i i-himmhiwi nmmi nwwmwmmwtMwmmtmmmMrmmmmiHWk ft JHHBtt tffw mu HWMM I bh fH vHi H f'V fe t re T I u. is now being put to every store in Baxtlett by the consumer, who is growing restive under the burden of atdvancing prices, and is seeking to find who gets his money, and what he gets in return. Buy vow GROCERIES where 100 PER. CENT VALUE is delivered to the consumer. That's here. ThaJ: is. why we grow. Thatt is why we ask for your business. M "" "If Its to Eat We Have It" B ARTIETT, TEXAS Eifale Student's Lecture Germans MaKe Charges Soliciting Prohibited TJf,,.. U;ii:o,D nf lUnnn a mail lino wccn. iwui uciiimuj- nuoiuj, nuv. i. wuiiaii uiii well known lectins for the in. brings startling stories of atro- the Allison liquor law with ref- ciues. rar. xv. iNonn, a promi- teJnational Bible Students' Asso- ciation, addressed an audience at the Crescent Theatre Sunday afternoon: In part Mr. Williams remarked: "No subject is ...

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

., i LAUGHTERED WIW1llIWIIIIIIMmiHIIIIWIIH1IIHlllWWWBBBWBBWB " ilBMItlWIBWB1l)lliMWMMMWBiMMMa , 1 K. If ' I ggggilajgBBBmumuKamamsMLJB2aamtaaaamKaBnaBmtaa&maMamBmgmmmmmmtiimMBmmtmtm Parlor Meat Market Wants Your Business Fresh Meats of All Kinds, Best Quality Cured Hams, Sausage, and Home Made Lard dKenzie The Tribune And News FRIDAY. NOV. 6. 1914 A disease which has appeared among the children of Bartlett, and which our physicians diag- nose as diphtheria, is reported to be gradually spreading. The disease appeared but a few days ago and already one life has been sacrificed to the ravages of this dread plague. It is time for our authorities to awaken to the alarm call of sanitary condi- tions. To prevent a further spread of the affliction orders should be issued by the authori- ties for the immediate cleaning of cess pools, out-houses and premises. A few Texas cities have ordinances which make it a finable offense to speak of a con- tagious disease in a public place. The Tribun...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 6 November 1914

$, ' MJOMMMmraiMMWBIWP r ' i '' ' ITIinril'll'WHWH Wlimiy " i" i inm ihiimm wimwiiiiijiiiimumwimi Ik 1 1 MM I - . -r Not in our mercantile career have we had such conditions to confront us, and too conditions over which we have no control-We have recovered with the situation and decided to sell merchandise regardless of former cost of selling price, until we have reduced our very large stock, future prospects does not warrant us in carrying our usual $755ooo stock. SHOE Mens' $6.00 Walk over Shoes at $4.95 75 pair Ladies Shoes $3.00 to $4.00 values, good styles at $1.48 CLOTHING j i a " ig rceaucoons in All Lines Remember we are going, to sell without possible failure every suit, extra pants and overcoats in the house. This Line Discontinued After This Season , DRY GOODS NOTIONS, MILLINERY ETC., AT PRICES LESS THAN ACTUAL MILL COST Come to see us. One dollar does the work of two. J BARTLETT, TEXAS 4 LOCAL and PERSONAL AdolphLange was in Belton Monday. Lon Easterwood went to Bel- ton...

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

w ). . ... ' -'' ' ' 1 ' ""." " ' ' '' ' ' ; '' jii i ri. i ::Z1.1.1L JJ'.HLLJ ilLi. ''. .!l!JUU" !1''"''J"'" -"-J" '""' ""' M "" ! n i ....y. wummm im iiiiiiimi mm n mi rum inminiMiimMw..... immnwri n imi aammn. i , ..... ,, l'1ll 'III 'III' " -y-- rum mi muni nim g im II linililliinlfiliii iiwmiwi III . .& w- ' Before making your purchase get our prices, because we are selling out, Clothiog, Shoes Ladies Ready-toWear Underwear, Dress Goods, Ftc. Less Than Wholesale Cost Nothing reserved Everything to be sold including the Fixtures, " ' OH, YOU OOOD OLD Don't Forget Us For of All kinds i CONDRA & BLAIR Drug Store THE REXALL STORE Bartlett, Texas tfidtffflRNKtyv. LOCAL NEWS. W Douthitt was here from Holland Monday. Miss Krupter has returned from a visit to McKinney. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Gillespie "visited in Waco last Sunday. Highest market price paid for hogs Jenkins. Charley Look ot Taylor was here Monday. Will uannon, who lives near Rockdale, was here Monday. Rev. T. J. Sla...

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

:.t-.. ti ml li lll'itlitMi'V ; We Laws Violated E L'JtJ tfSf Ffek. 5- If. . it ff it K ( W m- Most people aro law-breakera. Somome break laws because they attach so little importance to the laws they break and others break lawfl they do not know are on the statutes. But many break some of the laws mentioned below, either ignorantly or because they see others break them. It is against the law to over work, beat or abuse a horse or any other domestic animal. It iB lawful to sell ice cream or fruits on Sunday, but unlawful to sell cigars, tobacco, etc. It is a positive violation of the law to steal a ride on a train.i Even to walk on a railroad vio- lates the law of trespass. Trying the speed of horses on public highways is a violation of the law. There is a penalty of $100 for discharging a gun on a public highway. No exception is made of the officers or any other class of people. A fine of $100 is provided for a , peraun whd steals a watermelon or any other kind of fruit or vegetabl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 6 November 1914

ttf in '- ' w'!j; ",pf 'T1 ?iS"i i 'V1 THE GERSBACH WACKER GO'S. MAMMOTH Buying v H Atfttfe , ..0En. jgBBn HHHHBHHHl LU5I IP V 1 OPPORTUNITIES You Will Seldom if Ever Have Again 1 Ladies i m A brilliant success right from the start, great crowds, more enthu- siastic buying in every nook and corner of this big store than we have ever witnessed. The Cost. Sale so far has exceeded expec- tations. Every day has been a gratifying demonstration of public confidence in this store, its merchandise and its methods. It proved that the people of Bartlett and surrounding country as well as the neighboring towns, believe in our statements of ferings, promises and perf orf ormances. They came prepare d for unusual buying and saving opportunities and that their expectations were fully realized was proved by their comments. This sale will be continued until the first of January, but quick action is advised to those interested, as best selections are possible now while our stock is complete. The Kin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 13 November 1914

''l""'. Vf" ttttje AND NEWS R. F. CATES, Editor and Proprietor BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOV. ,13, 1914. $1.00 Per Year. VOL. XXIX. NO. 21 X&rfleff tlii I V Horses Shipped To War Proving that Williamson county farmers have been devoting some time to stock raising is the num- ber of shipments of cavalry horses whicn have left this city during the past few weeks for concentration points to then go to the armies of Europe. This morning G. E. King ship- ped two more carloads of splen- did animals which were purchas- ed for cavalry purposes. The European war has caused a greater demand for horses of the proper kind that was ever felt before, and while the local dealers have been active in se- curing the proper horses the farmers have begun to take in-1 terest realizing that wile the war was causing an immediate de- mand that after the war the de- mand would be good, for few of the horses that enter the war will come out alive and Europe will be demanding horses for ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 13 November 1914

$?rf&wwm Prf JUppppf , ' P ', vT$fJ swaw "V'iitsra!?t' .1 .,fWV JVn, ."h 'w - '! HIM ',11AI J"r i ,'' .' 1 ' 1 a mniMi c The Tribune AntT News FRIDAY. NOV. 13. 1914 If talk were not so cheap, some people in this town would have a gold mine or a mint. If you can not bo nice, you can be fashionable it' you have the wealth-or the nerve. It is a sure thing that unless a drouth appears, or some simi lar pestilence, there will be plenty of bread raised in this Bcction next year. There will also be "hogs and hominy." In fact, we are all going to live at home in respectability one more. The" Atlanta Journal tells of a Georgian who died after drink- ing 15 pints of bootleg liquor, leaving a wife and nine children. It was just as well, No woman xsan be reasonably expected to support a husband with an appe- tite like that and feed a family, too, occasionally. , Tho editor and family had the pleasure of attending the Cotton Palace last Friday. It was Press Day and ciuite a number of the fra...

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