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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 13 November 1914

v AFW vsmvirmyy r , ',,.'. r mm i iHhiUDii u IJUwiii umMiiii itWWWWIglMI Eight Thousand Pairs of High Grade, Dependable, Rightly Built, Bench Made, Fully Guaranteed Shoes for Men, Women, Children,and Babies, the Aged, Invalids, Cripples, Hard to Please and Hard to Fit. Shoes to walk in, talk in, work in, preach in, run and dance in-shoes for every foot and every occasion. They must all be sold. ftl 11 " ' I? f 0 h ft ft y'" I6i- r m. &,i y" : O -? Ife-i . THE BUILDING IS RENTED--WE MUST GET OUT December first is our limit, there is no other way out, we must sell eight thousand pairs of Shoes by that date and right now at a time when all war torn Europe is begging, crying and pleading for shoes at higher prices. We are forced to do this unnatural thing Sacrifice our big full stock of Shoes. We are going to cut, slash, bombard and annihilate prices down, down to cost and below to the ragged edge of destruction. It takes nerve to do it, we could not go into the. markets and du- pli...

Publication Title: Bartlett Tribune And News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 13 November 1914

u r If.'.' WW Ut h V The Tribune And News FRIDAY, NOV, 13. 1914 thm of our wilftayd corH temporaries who have suffered conniption fits over our adver- tising patronage, are tenderly directed to the last number of the Hamilton Herald. Sixteen Holding Cotton A circular letter addressed to the retail trade takes issuo yith the cotton holding movem6nt, asserting that an article or a The Tribune takeB pleasuro in reporting the complete restora- tion to health of Mrs. George C, , Staples, wife of the editor of the San Marcos Record, who recently underwent several operations at a Temple sanitarium; . We do not moan to infer that this is a nbvvs item when we htate thnt war has again broke loose in Mexico. War in Mexico is an every day occurrence, but the casualty list following a fierce fight usually consists of a few soldiers shot in the heels, or a burro who was led Within shot gun range. pages of interesting matter, a 4-1? ia orth what it will uwiix vviiuii uuurcu iur siwu uiiu tnat what...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 13 November 1914

v A $ K " l & 9a "i il'' JuaaaaitaMaiiffl 0 jjr .if Th Loos Carnival Ca, !! x hfb!tt Taylor durfriR fcfle com- ing week. , ) s' The Ladies' Aid Society of the Baptist church will give a free Will offering at the residence of J, E. Condra on Friday after- Big yellow pumpkin yams for n0 jr., Nov. 20. The entertain- LOCALS PERSONAL CBorn to Q, Voigt and ' wife. a girl. ' "- Frank Doering of Temple was hire yesterday On business. -. i .... sale at one dollar per buBhel. See A. G. Winn. W. Hine has returned from a trip to Marlin and as much im- t proved in health. Manager Shoemaker of the local compress reports a total of a few more than 9,700 bales pressed to date thia season. Plastering and cement woik. Sidewalk work a specialty. T. SchOltz. Miss Beatrice Koepke has re- turned from a pleasant visit with friend9 at Dallas. Miss Alice Jackson spent last , Sunday at the Waco Cotton Pal- ace in company with relatives and friends. Mrs. Ernest Tittsorth of Bish- op Was a guest of Mesdame...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 13 November 1914

"JVf'3? i Vft' OH, YOU GOOD OLD SCHOOL DAYS -' .11 Don't Forget Us For School Supplies of All Kinds CONDRA & BLAIR Drug Store THE REXALL STORJE Bartlett, Texas Hooper Cook of Prairie Doll waa among the visitors to Bart- lett this week. W. S. Jones, who lives near Donaho. was in town Tuesday and remembered the Tribune. For accuracy and comfort in eye glasses see Dr. H. Robinson at Leatherman Drug Co., Bart- lett, Tuesday, Nov. 17. Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Burnsides and little daughter visited the Cotton Palace Sunday. During last week G. It. John- son and wife sold 150 acres of land near Taylor to Henry Hoch, the consideration being $18,000. Liv-ver-lax stimulates the liv- er. A harmless vegetable com- pound. Any child can take it safely. Ask Condra & Blair. LOCAL NEWS. . Mr. and Mrs. John Lawrence visited in Cameron Monday. Highest market price paid for hogs Jenkins. E. L. Hardin was a Waco vis- itor this week. Robt, Morrison was among the pleasant, callers during the week. Old ne...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 13 November 1914

-"- w'w,,??vs:iBi- 1 j , y !" 8- l iv W' hi. m t v , Filth Sunday Meeting Following Ja the program of the. Salado Baptist Association to be held with the Salado Bap- tist Church, Nov. 27th to 29th: Thursday, 7 to 7:15, Inspira- tional, J. M. DawEon. 7:15, Ser- mon by C. H. Webb, Friday, 9 to 9:16 a. m., Inspi- rational, J. M. Dawson, 9.15. Importance of Chruch Discipline, W B. McGarity. 9:50, How to Enlist a Church in the Syste- matic Study of the Scriptures, H. Carroil Smith. 10:80, How to Strengthen our Country Chur- ches, D. M. West. 11, Sermon, E. S. Corndlins. 1 to 2, Inspira- tional ahd.Y. W. C. A. Work, J. M. Dawson. 2:15. How to Enlist the Women for Efficient Service, MesdamesTowpsendand McGarrity. 2:45, The Relation of the W. M. U. to the Sunbeam Work. Mrs. J. W. Byars. 3:15, Adjournment. 7 to 7:15, Inspi- aationl, J, M. Dawson. 7:15. Sermon, H, Carroll Smith. Saturday, 9 to 9:15 s. m., In- spirational, J.M. Dawson. 9:15, Associated Missions, J.H. Heah- ington. 10:30, The P...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 13 November 1914

WPftPSBWHraKJHPiJB 'fflrjtf lEiUOTRffiWSW'aSWHHSTO . r f WTrfWjT. TV ' - : r j f " . i Buy Your Suit T)his Saie Gersbach-Wacker Go's, ITS RIGHT IF ITS FROM THE BIG STORE TOPfflW I a I 1 A $3 Hat Free with S:ach Stylepius Suit Men's & Boys7 Overcoats A splendid line all new goods the regular selling price of these coats are unusually low but the cost price is what they are sold at during this sale. White Cat Unionsuits The biggest' and best line we have ever had. You can buy every garment at cost. Mens Carpet Slippers 31c Per Pair Womens Carpet Slippers 20c Per Pair One lot of Men's Hats in several shapes and colors, values up to $3.00 75c Each One lot of Mens Hats $3.00 hats, good styles and colors, and the best values at $3.00 $2.00 Each Mens' Womens' and Childrens' Sweaters In Red, O.x- ford Brown, White, Etc. All sizes and sty- les. All to be sold at one half price. All $4 00 Sweaters at. All $3.50 Sweaters at... All $2.50 Sweaters at .. All $1.75 Sweaters at . $2.00 .$1.75 ....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 20 November 1914

',-,' t, ' AND NEWS t R. P. CATES, Editor and Propbietor BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOV. 20, 1914. $1.00 Per Year. VOL. XXIX. NO. 22 ,! F' I 1! K 6' "Woodrow Wilson Coming to Temple Woodrow Wilson, president of tht United States, will bo a guest at the twentv-second annual stag party to, be held in Temple, Thursday night, November 26. that is, if business of state does not demand his presence in Washington. Secretary Tumulty communicated with H. C. Glenn yesterday, acknowledging re- ceipt of a ticket and invitation and wdvised the executive com- mittee in charge of the event to sot aside a cotton suit for the president. This is indeed welcome news as President Wilson has many warm friends here and his com- ing will be in the nature of a re- turn visit to Governor-Elect Ferguson who recently went to Washington and held converse vith the nation's chief executive. It is expected that a couple of members of the cabinet will accompany President Wilson and three seats and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 20 November 1914

v 9, f-f. Itf The Tribune And News ( FRIDAY. NOV. 20. 1914 ; Barttett is in sore need of a few more street lights. Fashions are ultimate failures and fine raiment does not spell good manners. A faint perfume of past poli tical performances is now per- meatinc the atmosphee. To be poor is no crime, but to oppress the needy is a violation of scriptural injunction, as well as man-made laws. A drive over the streets of Bartlett will convince the most skeptical that there are several places which need a little more sanitary attention. In many places it is fenrful. , "We should worry" is a happy sayinp, which probably emanated from the brain of a proiessional tramp who had no worries. But the expression is prophetic, nevertheless. Yesterday was Turkey Day in Florence. Ballard, Ray & Co. and Howard & Smart boucht just $1,000 worth of turkeys. Hard times don't have much ef fect on the farmer who has a little of everythinc: to sell, in- cluding turkeys. -The Florence Vidette. The chi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 20 November 1914

MiXMMMwwNk mmmmmmmm mmmmmmmamm m Eight Thousand Pairs of High Grade, Dependable, Rightly Built, Bench Made, Fully Guaranteed Shoes for Men, Women, Childrenand Babies, the Aged, Invalids, Cripples, Hard to Please and Hard to Fit. Shoes to walk in talk in, Work in, preach in, run and dance in-shpes for every foot and every occasion. They must all be sold! nlWiiiiiiiiawUilmti ill (41 fc 13 i sr , to iVi ii o-t ,. ;?-. s?v A m s f4 IfJCv '" h r li j. IB H ; THE UILDING IS RENTED--WE MUST GET OUT December first is our limit, there is no other way out, we must sell eight thousand pairs of Shoes by that date and right now at a time when all war torn Europe is begging, crying and pleading for shoes at higher prices. We are forced to do this unnatural thing Sacrifice our big full stock of Shoes. We are going to cut, slash, bombard' and annihilate prices down, down to cost and below to the ragged edge of destruction. It takes nerve to do it, we could not go into the markets and du- plicate th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 20 November 1914

Lii m MgMWMIWMMMVM L Ki. if i Ik it I; . ii F It! , i' ; b- '" if fr. KB ' ft' I Wffl$&i t 5PHU i m f ,y -ff" iW?mMi s mu!aaait. ' wffiSST THE TELEPHONE GIRL. ' The Telephone Girl sits still in her chair , And listens to voices from everywhere. Hears all the Rosaip, she hears all the news; She knows who is happy and who has the blues. She knows all our sorrows, she knows all our joys, She knows all the jrirls who are chasing the boys; She knows ot our trouble, she knows of our strife, She knows every roan who is mean to his wile. She knows every time we are out with the boys, She hears the excuse each fellow employs. Sho knows every woman who has a dark past; She knows every man who's inciined to be fast. In fact, there's a secret 'nenth each saucy curl Of that quiet, demure looking Telephone Girl. If the Telephone Girl would tell all that she knows Sho would turn half our friends into bitter foes. She would sow a small wind that would soon be a cale, EnRulf us in trouble and la...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 20 November 1914

4 i 'u ' n. ft.4-'' v T. . K K && fcr- ' J 41.-'. ,:' 5' '. 'M:-' ID - ivh r . r-. ret.4 ' . EV '. C : Fv m' If--1-T- ibv: . fc.T iU F ..'! ' r-u " ! li '-, w..' ' " w fsv. totf-i" L' Ti P3P: 'if 1 - HiSV . V T,T1'JS 1 ISt7. - JTOl- ' 1, t&r. 'T. . m jfi'l ' e&- In; L4?1 l-M mi rw.r , ft:. r-?...v ?.;, A ' ' tt fc '"" h.' r -K' LOdULaftd PERSONA! Read the church notices. Mr. W. J. King is on the dick list this week Tho lrttlo son of Mr. and Mrs, Perry Cox is quite sick, Baled prairie hay for sale by . Henry Heraple, Sr. Rev. J. L. Boldinj? of Temple was hero Wednesday. Roger Reed of Holland was here Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Walton are Waco visitors today. For Rent FivG room' house, or will sell or trade cheay. G. A. Krause. News from Temple reports the condition of T. J. Hunt aB being improved. Mrs. R.F. Gates and dahghter, Miss LaVerne, visited at Jar- rell today. Gene, the little son of Mr. and Mrs. Stanton Allen, is reported on the sick list Charlie Hc-lz and ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 20 November 1914

uSwSSbb SCiO MWV dH, YOU GOOD OLD SCHOOL DAYS Don't Forget Us For , School Supplies of All Kinds I CONDRA & BLAIR Drug Store THE REXALL STORE Bartlett, Texas J. R. Wade saw tho Cotton Palace last Saturday. John B. Walker, Esq., of Granger spent Saturday here on business. Hnyden Perry will moye to Tarrant county Boon, where he Will engage in farming. J. D. Pinkard sold a hog last Saturday which netted him $35. Beats raising cotton at $30 a bale. Sheriff Lee Allen, County Clerk McMurray and Mr. Stone ' were here from Georgetown last Saturday. I Mr. H. A. Breihan, manager of the Bartlett Western railway is among those who remembered this paper financially the past week. Before coming to town to do your trading read the advertise- ments in this paper carefully, and they will direct you where to go. There is never a copy of the Tribune but will save you money if you will read the ad-advertisements. SMM jgrjfl? jl.Mfc.aJ'.....! tm LOCAL NEWS. J. M. Allen was in Schwertner Tuesday. Bor...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 20 November 1914

WHS'' mti'tiCt , BUSINESS CONDITIO Sir.' With the Exception of Cotton All Products of the Southern Farms and Ranches are Bringing Is? i .!... Jl-rH'B-irt'5 0-9vnr hT nntAm 4"" 4rl"b.i. ", eexy4r H en'ftvo-fru,rvx' nw& Hv8-ivn O..... , .. 'l!li Ojh t'J mic Augiwai. a uio ww'" . a AcovAAi. lAvcMii, oiiawi wliuu a jl n;c& u c vsmumiig teacmy , IS-' ' fifo" I I s fcrt ' as ?& w ' , si1 && ' wV - ' P.I' Wt w. M" K F-fk ,t- it &; ttl ? "Jf - CT .T i i H-. "-' & V-.-- tr filSwV r- & - St. M 1" . :'. -? . fc-ii , .. fejt' ; -T .',.'. f-m ... '"1 , . Jtr 'r Eft- ' fe e Rk REL P - IIP- IS otV LiA mm! - fijpwr Or I jVea; Era Dawning for United States, Say Those Who Know Literary Digest. What it calls "a page for tho pessimist" Is printed in The Investors Magazlno, with a noto of comment saying anyone who has pessimistic feelings about present conditions in this country should study tho facts therein presented as followB, tho first column United States statistics...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 20 November 1914

IS Tho trips to tlioc Panama Pacific International Exposition) iou rancjHqo win ua awaruea to tsxo successful eontostants ftC tho closo of 'school next summer. Tho wlnnera will bo gIVon a letter signifying that thoy havo won and aro ontitlod to such trip. Tho exact dttto for starting will ho announced in ampio tlmd. . , A5! tho cxPonse8 of tho successful contestants will bo paid on this trip from tho moment thoy loavo their homos until their return thoroto. Tho trip will cover a period of twenty- ono days from start to finish. These trips havo been purchased of tho Publishers' Con- test Association. This Association does not soil tours to the puDiic, but makes a business of handling nowspaper contests. These winners, together with a sufficient number of winners rrom other papers in Texas to mako up a party of twenty-five will go togethor. A private Pullman car will bo had for tho purposo. No ono olso will bo in this car but lady contest win- ners. This party will be chaperoned by a ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 20 November 1914

mMtnmmlim I lil'iHI lll M lUMn lllll WMIMfciwwMMlMl U IHHIillipiiHH n mi in . i in hi riii i'-f "'' ' 'ff '" 'l" ' '" mm n'm ii iiiiiiliillJliWiiirtilWii'W'iliiMiiilli'lWMWHWyiiMiMWlNiwi . I ff I to '( o' 1 , three Happy Weeks m bunny California Three joyous weeks of Summer Outing as the guest of your Home Paper and the Temple Daily Telegram. Three weeks into which no care nor worry nor expense may enter just Twenty- One Days devoted to travel and to viewing the wonderful ex- hibits at the great Panama-Pacific Exposition. Don't you want to go? Sixteen girls and ladies are invited to make this trip next spring after the close of school. You ought to have the book that tells about the trip. It is yours for the asking. In this great Contest votes are given on subscriptions, to This Pap er and also to the Temple Daily Telegram. In addition to these trips there are 52 Cash Prizes Worker VALU Aff"i Every 1 JLs Sixteen Private Palace Car Trips to the Panama-Pacific Exposition, and 52 big C...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 20 November 1914

1 esk2Ij5Ljj Hi I irtniai'i,ii Waft Htl4i ifiiUt'ifllftiSjUw Hnimniii1ii,,i i li)i H',iif nl i iHn f M tV' ' i in I l,, i t'n ri' m i ... . '.,. . ' . . .. . t? ; m u i of Secretary State William J. Bryan lSTAltY OF fcTATK W, J. BRYAN Jnads h f.ltwlm nriwnitt vvlW; hjh. ' jftff th Mr ! fciVrtwr, MrrfMiMemnt mwy ' the n4t hav t tlliaUil CWm aklaMtf !. .,!- . 7h Panm-I6bl Internatlonaf BKpntltlen will opsrt Aortlfrttf to tks wtfalnal ptH on FW, 9. 1418.. Jh i' iw"rriirt ff tMlvW rI oiiM trim tWrtytVn foreign Bavsrnmant of their Intentions to partlolrfats in ths EKposlllfcn, and no foreleri nation ha ohn notlos of Jta Intention to vrlthdraw onaeeotint f th war,' in rftTen'ft.h effiolal aeeetan& fjh Kxtw- sltloh roontvtd aturne trrfrn committees In fou nations thht th peopf $f tho nation would fattUlp"ats. Atrionfj thota committees wmi We formed In Grant Britain and Germany. Nslthsf of thee nation hod nlvert nolle f 8vrnmentl participation. Th governments of Frane and Italy hkv give...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 20 November 1914

;'i MAf P i . k ' LV S9K -. a. n rTnyr i Vi;ni i . ia JLtdLm 3N? CMH.OLIfJ CHDRQHi WEAR MRRELL, ERECTED 41 A tOUl UU ,T3U,UUU r" . 7? jMV'j? f "-T-C LC3 M.J 0 juiamm Anorrur am aktmko tn The above is a reproduction from the architect's designs of the splendid $30,000 Cacholic church, which was dedicated this week Wednesday. Bishop Gallagher' cf Galveston, and Father Heckman of Temple had charge of the dedication ceremonies. The church, which is located nearby the towns of Jarrell and Corn Hill, stands today as a' monument to the -religious belief and the enthusism of the enterprising residents of that territory. Despite the threatening weather an immense crowd was pres- ent and a large class was confirmed, Palo Pinto Dry Mineral Wells, Nov. 14. Palo Pinto county voted prohibition today by 284 majority. This is the first time in eighteen years this county has been dry. Santo, Brazos. Mingus, Strawn, Gordon and Lyra have saloons, Mineral Wblls precinct saloons will close Nov. 20. Thir...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 20 November 1914

traMP n ,'. .1 ".' 4 " ; ' t L;arfii ''-"'"" '"" I A FEW OF THE I j COMPANY'S PRICES lira Soxs and Shirts, Pencils and tablets Mens' 10 cent Sox, C per pair. QC Mens' Heavy Work Sox - per pair C Mens' Heavy fleece lined shirts and fj7n drawers. Regular 50c value garment G Extra large size School Pencil a Tablet, each JC MEN'S, WOMENS' AND CHILDRENS' SWEATERS In Red, Oxford Brown, White, Etc. All sixes and and styles. All to be sold at one half price. AH $4.00 Sweaters at - - $2.00 All $3.50 Sweaters at - - $1.75 All $2.50 Sweaters at - - $1.25 All $1.75 Swaters at - - - 88c Apron Gingham 7 1-2c Per Yard AH 12 1-2c Gingham - 10c per yard L All 10c Ginaham - 8 l-2c ner yard Calicos at - - - - 5c ner vard r - UfltS H0.00 Suits at - $6.88 8.50 Suits at - 6.25 6.00 Suits at 4.94 5.00 Suits at - 3 75 pduding all Boys Suits Wool Dress Goods All $1.00 Goods at c to 81c per yd. All 50c Goods at c to 41c per yd. fe Is a Rare Bargain i men All Wool Storm bre, sponged & shrunk yd. during th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 27 November 1914

j fte tlfoxix AND NEWS R. P. GATES, Editor and Proprietor BARTLBTT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOV. 27, 1914. $1.00 Per Year. VOL. XXIX. NO. 23 BairJMf M' I f ' I u Congressman Buchanan a Bartlett Visitor Congressman J. P. Buchanan, congressman from this district, was a Bartlett visitor last Friday afternoon, having come up from Taylor where had been a visitor. He was accompanied by Representative-elect Howard Bland, Major 0. E Roberts of Taylor, and Mr. C. A. Nelson .of Round Rock. All were visitors at the Tribune office, and during their short stay here the congressman met many of his warm personal friends, who wished his stay could have been longer. Mr. Buchanan stated to the editor that it was his endeavor to visit as many towns of his district a3 possible before his re- turn to Washington, which, will be early in December. Stabeno-Beyer Mr. Ed Stabeno of this city and Miss Freida Beyer of Sparks were happily united in marriage last Wednesday at the home of the brjde's pa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 27 November 1914

! esse: ntnvbHMMMl ti I' i m, nc In Ste WW 9 tsmmmm. mm ..',. JS-enirV . A .?J f .'- ' v ? The Tribune And News FRIDAY. NOV. 27. 1914 Nothing warms up a congre- gation like cold facts from a pulpit The spilled' milk of human kindness does not often turn to clabber. A society woman's idea of a foolish girl is one who wants to marry for love. You can't judge the girls by their appearance in fashionable clothes. Some of them are really smart. Houston Post. Read the live wire ads in the Tribune this week and come to Bartlett to do your tradintr. It will pay you to come here to reap the benefits of the low pri- ces on the merchandise offered for sale by our merchants. If the patrons of a school are indifferent to the best interests and the proper training of their children; if they elect men unfit as school officers; if they encour- age tardiness, irregular attend- ance and insubordination in their children then schools may be little better than a training in shiftless habits, disregard ...

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