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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 27 November 1914

HHI . r& . ' ri '.! I . ",' 4 f i k'!'j I . Baptists fleet at Austin Next Year Abilene. Tex.Nov. 20. -Austin ytto the place selected for the next annual session of the State Baptist convention and the date is November; 18, 1915. President Brooks announced committees on the Buckner Or- phan Home, for the transfer of the property of the institution to 'the convention, which was pre- ferred by R. 0. Buckner last ' night. A memorial service for Dr. B. H. Carroll was announced iot 3 o'ebek Sunday. The, report of the Baptist The- ological Seminary showed an en- rollment of 106 .ordained and 32 licensed preachers. 5 laymen and 75 women. The seminary is val- ued at $032 910. of which nearly half is endowment. The expense last year was $24, 322. the income ' lacking $3,000 of meeting the expenses. The indebtedness is : more than $100,000. Disbursements for the year were $140,053 for schools and about $10,000 for expenses and Interest. Cash on hand and in banks, $3,207. Father Heckman's S...

Publication Title: Bartlett Tribune And News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 27 November 1914

j,V war; ' 'i. l Trail of the Lonesome Pine tt a SCENE FROM ACT II. "The Trail of the Lonesome Pine" is announced to be the opening play of the opera season here on Monday, Nov. 30. The play in itself needs no introduction to Bartlett people, as the book has been read and the song sung for years. It is positively one of the best playy of the day and only bv chance did the management secure this play for Bartlett. The prices will be 25c, 50c and 75c. Seats for this performance are now on sale at both drug stores. The Tribune And News FRIDAY. NOV. 27. 1914 Who was the greaser that put the "ran" in Carranza? Chicago society has placed a ban uoon the tango. Holy and great Jehosephat! When Chi- cago cleans house ve begin to look for the millenium. It is hard to determine which impresses us most a swelled head and a puffing chest, or a deep, dark, blank and dense ignorance. Turkey was not satisfied until she entered the European war. ' but yesterday turkey surrendered I to the American pe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 27 November 1914

hP i. 'i y KN - Id-' ,r r l) iff Kf ' P f R LOCAlaadPERSOML "Peiilsof Pauline" tonight at Crescent Theater. Julius Gersbach remembered the Tribune this wek. v Mrs. W. H. Lassiter was re ported to be quite sick this week. Methodist Ladies' Bazaar next Thursday and Friday. , Mrs. Chas. E. Pierce of Aus- tin was a week-end guest of Mrs. A. K. Christian. L, E. Lindemaun, of Rogers, spent Thanksgiving with his par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Linde- mann. WANTED-Two rooms, either furnished or unfurnished for use of a couple with baby, Ad- dress this office. J. M, Allen made a business trip to New Orleans this week. Aubrey Dickson, formerly with F. H. Leslie, is now with the First National Bank. A. F. Taylor has let the con- tract fooa 54000 residence on the lot where his former residence was destroyed by fiie. Within the next few days the. Tribune job department, directed by C. E. Woodson, will print and ' deliver to Fred Chaudoin, ot the Clark Street Cafe, a bill-of-fare in two colors and ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 27 November 1914

wf-r T? iJ ? ,', , I l K WBiitliUWIWW rjgmt: ; $DEti: t . f & K&3S kV&ESSh Don't Forget Us For lie of AH Kinds School Soool CONDRA & "BLAIR Drug Store THE REXALL STORE Bartlett,, Texas ' L, Sllbort visited his farm mar Fowler's Gin Monday. Old newspapers for Bale at the Tribune office. Mrs, J. J. Wells went to Gal- veston this week to visit her son, Barton, and friends. Is your liver inactive? Liv-ver-lax will wake it up. Condra & Blair. KCharles Waggoner made a bus- ness trip to Austin Sarurday, returning Sunday. Children should bring their letters for Santa Glaus to The Necessity Store on Saturday, We regret to note the illness of Otto, son of Mr. and Mrs. I Walter Peschol, who is reported ill with tonsilitis. Dug Stockton has decided to 'move to Eddy where he will farm next yea'. Dr. L. Wal- thal will move from near Eddy to the place vacated by Mr, Stockton. Tilf 7"TT" LOCAL NEWS. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Ponder, a girl. Mrs. W. V. lrvin has been on the sic...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 27 November 1914

HIP1' " wBMC - -hi T.f "V -, f iflHaHBTO" II i IK t j Then if and Now Just forty years ago tho Wontf- atftoCftflstian Temperance Union wM organized in Glovcland. The movement Hud its beginning in the following incident: In 1878 t)Dr, Dio Lowi lectured on tem- nerance in Hillsbor, and at this lecture there was present Mrs. Judge Thompson, a woman of singular beauty, who was moved to begin a woman's crusade against intemperance. Led by her, the women entered snloons and organized prayer meetings. The movement spread through Ohio and thousands of barrels of liquor were emptied into the gutters in the Midplo West, An army of men signed the temper- ance pledge. But a reaction soon followed in Chicago. To combat this Miss Francis Willard ap- peared upon the fiejd with her "White Ribbon Army." Her crusade gathered such moment- um that in the fall of the follow- ing year the National W.C. T.U. was founded. Miss Willard was appointed .secretary and began to organize. From t his origina- ted ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 27 November 1914

ffitWiPi trm : "t, . . ,.,. '. -,rv i . fvH $1 25,000.06 stock of Hardware, Implements and Furniture? Harness? Saddlery? Buggies? Wagons and Stoves; Crockery? Guns and Bicycles goes on sale , . Positively nothing will be held in reserve during this Low Price Cotton Sale. Below we mention but a few of the many bargains that will be found here during this sale. Majestic Ranges $60 No. 638 Majestic Range, sale price. $45.95 65 No. 639 Majestic Range, sale price, 52.55 62.50, 641 Majestic Range, sale price, 47.30 67.50, 642 Majestic Range, sale price, 53.61 65.00, 644 Majestic Range, sale price, 48,40 70.00. 645 Majestic Range, sale price, 54.61 75.00, 648 Majestic Range, sale price, 56 92 We will furnish a 12 50 Range Set with each range bought for $5.00 All Stoves Go in This Low Price Cotton Sale Nothing Reserved Stove Pipe No. 6 Stove pipe, per joint, sale price 10c No 6 Plain sheet stove pipe, per joint 35c No. 6 Plain sheet elbows, each 35c No. 6 Plain elbows,, each .' 10c $25.00 B...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 4 December 1914

f(p7Tqpiv-'T,7,y- 4 AND NEWS B.F. GATES, Editor and Proprietor BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY. DEC, 4, 1914. $1.00 Per Year. VOL. XXIX. NO. 24 Masons Elect Officers. A! u Mbtitte S ' V ' D Major Woodall Dies Tayloritea have seldom felt a greater shock than did the friends of Major P. M. Woodall Saturday nij?ht when they heard Of his sudden death, which took place at the family residence on Davis street at 7:30 o'clock. Be- cause of his prominence the news spread rapidly over the city and it cast regret wherever it was heard. The news of the esteemed Taylorite's death was all the more surprising when it is known that he had not been ill during Saturday, having been seen in the city and seemingly in a cheerful mood. During the noon hour he was at the Episcopal bazaar and while there greeted many of his friends. Major Pressley M. Woodall was born in Perry county. Ala- bama, January 20, 1837, and wbb therefore 77 years of aj?e at the time of his death. -He moved to Texas in ...

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

S''vf4W7'' TrK' ':?";; ;-?"iprrf;T iwlJ-WWri ij-ff WE The Tribune And News FRIDAY, DEC. 4. 1914 It ia to be regretted by our farmer friends that cotton is not S an article of food. If this were ja fact the price of cotton would ?, worry no one but the consumer. . M Between the Turks, the Kurds k?and the Cossacks the strife in '.t,' . f Europe is developinp: into a holy !'j$war. That spells murder of jhjfciftvomen ana babes, torture, incen diarism and robbery. The Tribune is pleased to note the beautiful spirit of harmony that exists between the religious organizations of BartletL ft is this spirit that will eventually win people for Christ. Ten consecrated, whole-hearted disciples who are being cru- cified upon the altar of self- denial, are worth more in a com- munity than .ten thousand half- hearted, worldly-minded Church members. We predict that when Senor Villa starts to find a loophole of escape from Mexico he will join in the Diaz - Huerta - Carranza chorus : ' 'I Cannot Linge...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 4 December 1914

16 I IF v n? iw."'''. wi p y f ,' H ' ' "II- '" 'II III MM I I ' ' ' ' ' ' """' ! I "HI I i mmml , , m,mmm, ,, lR M I 4 11 $125,000.00 stock of Hardware, Implements and Furniture,' Harness, Saddlery, Buggies, Wagons and Stoves; Crockery, Guns and Bicycles goes on sale,. Positively nothing will be held in reserve during this Low Price Cotton Sale. Below we mention but a few of the many bargains that will be found here during this sale. Majestic Ranges $60 No. 638 Majestic Range, sale price. $45.95 65 No. 639 Majestic Range, sale price, 52.55 62.50, 641 Majestic Range, sale price, 47.30 67.50, 642 Majestic Range, sale price, 53.61 65.00, 644 Majestic Range, sale price, 48.40 70.00. 645 Majestic Range, sale price. 54.61 75.00, 648 Majestic Range, sale price, 56.92 We will furnish a $12 50 Range Set with each range bought for $5.00 v All Stoves Go in This Low Price Cotton Sale Nothing Reserved Stove Pipe No. 6 Stove pipe, per joint, sale price 10c No 6 Plain sheet stove pipe, per joint ...

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

1MB m wwrnm-.' i ? ?v. if- J, The Tribune News I FRIDAY. DEC. 4. 1914 Do your Christmas shopping now, and remember that our ad- vertisers have the goods. It appears marvelous to us that a man of a target-rifle brain capacity will continually butt in- to a sixteen-inch-gun argument. It is all well enough for the town smarty to call the farmer a "rube," but you notice that "Uncle Hiram makes a strong showing at meal time, even if he does have hay in his whiskers. Houston Post. Don't let the wet weather dis turb your temper. All things rornn to him who waits and trusts not in the Lord alone. Money is the master. Place im- plicit faith in its power and then fold your flippers and await the ultimate results. A Beautiful Lite. Yesterday marked the seventy- fourth milestone in the useful history of Mrs. Marv Goode, who has for many years been identi- fied with the history and the early progress of Bartlett and this section of the state. In the matter of residence Mrs. Goode is one of this ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 4 December 1914

-f1 - 'P, f) KoWfr tTVJ'j ' .' e- &? A" S-3$S' f M?fW ' mnmgnmninmuiii imjii maw iijffW9BTr ii '. ', .'' ft B w ' Ptei tf' V i'A, . KV'.' m LOCALand PERSONAL T. J, Clark 13 reported to be on the sick list. Mrs. J. J. Wells returned trom Galveston Monday. , .The Perils of Pauline to-nijrht, admission 5c & 10c don't miss it. ' Mrs. Janie Smith and children returned to their home at George town Tuesday after a visit here. Mrs. L. E. Lindemann and ffL '-babe of Rogers Jare here on a )3 '. ?-6 &w. m te Lin- 'Jt.t. '., t.Vlv , ' M&v !' .fc.'i tt visit to Mr. and Mrs. G. A. demann. The Perils of Pauline to-night, admission 5c & 10c don't miss it. J. M. Markham of Holland was here Wednesday on business. i'Mv' ;, Mr. E. C. Sountaj? was a pleas- I:'(V" L n t t.- m -i m ant uanur ut mo xnuuuu uiuue jt'Tnursdav. Mr. sounuor has re- V-cently completed a nice resi- .'" ;dence for himself, which is worth r; the time of any one to inspect. ' PORSALE-A good span of . mules, well ...

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

l " " 0"r",'"r r V- wsp!,n'Y'T T"? CTI"'!VM tv "" -"VV " ' S T : r . f ,vr 4 ' K The Drug Business Has its ups and downs just as does any other busi- ness. We make a special effort to keep it up to the highest standard. We have what you need when you are ill and keep what you want when you are well. No what it is in a first-class drug store you need we have it. Wc want to stress our line of Up-to-date Toilet Articles, Ready-Prepared Remedies, Stationery, Books, Inks, Etc. We Have What You Need. CONDRA & BLAIR UP-TO-DATE DRUG STORE The REXALL Store. Bartlett, Texas. Contractor Hugo Hintz has been busy this week at Schwert- ner, t which place he is erect- ing a cotton warehouse for Mes- srs. Adolph Schwertner and Max Beyer. FOR RENT-The parsonage of the Bartlett German Metho- dist Church. Four rooms and hall. Apply to C. H. Hempel. Petty thievery is becoming al- most a nightly occurrence in Bartlett. Many complaints are made of chicken roosts robbed and clothing being taken from l...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 4 December 1914

SfTFiirr ' ' ' ' "S . ,,. . , , ,., (J u VMM4MHMMMaNnBtM ," 4?Wi ; ' I ' ,.'1 ,ver ontestant rent Biggest, fairest, best content ever held in Texas. 52 CASH prizes, $4800.00. 16 competitive prize trips to Great Panama- Pacific Exposition, value $5600.00. Un- limited number of, non-competitive prize trips to Fair, worth $350.00 each. Everybody i Tlxe Best Garage Service Can Always bo Obtained at the BARRETT GARAGE If your car is not working exactly right, why let some inex- perienced workman "tinker" with it? We have as good auto mechanics' as can be found outside the cities and our work costs you no more than inferior kind. And remember We Positively Guarantee Satisfaction Let us fix your car the next time it is "sick" We are prepareP to vulcanizing and do it promptly Let us furnish you with Gasoline, Lubricating Oil Cup Grease, Etc FORD Cars in Stock Complete stock of FORD Parts TELEPHONE 161 can win a trip to the big Fair at San Fran- cisco. Exclusive party- private cars all expen...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 4 December 1914

V- W- Revenue Stamps. The following rates are duo to "bo paid on the below instruments: Powers of Attorney, 25 cents. Deeds, BO cents where each consideration exceeds $100 and does not exceed $500; and 50 cents for each additional $500 cash consideration, or fraction thereof. Where there are de ferred payments provided for in the deed, the notes will bear their own tax stamps, as here inafter explained: Ceitificates of acknowledge ments and certificates to certi- fied copies of records or papers in ofllce are 10 cents for each certificate. County and precinct officers official bonds, and convict bonds, 50 cents each. Promissory notes, except bank notes, issued for circulation, and for each renewal of promissory note, rot exceeding S100, 20 cts; and for each additional $100 or fraction thereof in excess of $100 is 2 cents. We are informed by the Unit- ed States Kevenue Department that they have not sufficient stamps on hand to supply the present demand, and that those people who have...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 11 December 1914

v&. &titmmt V AND NEWS fcs KS F. CATES, Editor and Proprietor BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDAY. DEC. 11, 1914. $1.00 Per Year. VOL. XXIX. ' NO. 25 Shoots Wile And Self In San Antonio. San Antonio Tox Monday. J. B. Mayes, 34 years old, Bhot , himaolf and his wife. Mable. 28, shortly before 1 o'clock this morning in a house at 526 Mata- tnoras Street. Mayes is not be- lieved to be fatally wounded. It ia thought that the woman cannot recover. Mayes was shot through the left breast a bout three inches above the heart. His wife, also shot thro the left breast, was hit juBt a- bove the heart. An automatic revolver was used. Only two shots were fired. The home of the couple is in -Georgtown, Tex. The woman has been at the Matamoras street .adress .at different times recent- ly. A short time ago she and JMayes seperated. the wife com- aming to San Antonio. She re- turned to Georgtown. return- ing with Mayes four days ago. His wife declined to tell of the shooting, but begg...

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

ty "i. IV I if ife-r it) ;r fc.5 p f r 11' ft J I The Tribune And News FRIDAY, DEC. 11. 1914 The fact that some people claim to be Christians is the only way we have of knowing that they are Christians. There is no other tangible evidence. It appears to us that the men who gain money by dishonest methods by extortion or deceit belong to the select class who figure that the only criminal is the man who owes thpm money. Reports from the statistical department at Austin inform us that forty-two sets of twins were born in Texas during the past month of October. We take great pleasnre in referring this fact to those who reside on Fifth Avenue, New York; Euclid Av- enue, Cleveland, and Michigan Avenue, Chicago. Germany and Austria are now crying for cotton at prices rang- ing from 14 to 18 cents per pound. This is proof positive that the European war has noth- ing whatever to do with our low cotton prices. Those who doubt this statement are reverently referred to'the gamblers who are memb...

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

55E" COTTON ff Ik. ty iv: j 8 it. ' 000. lock of Hardware, Implements ? iddlery, ' Furniture, toves; Crockery, Harries Guns Positively nothing will be held in reserve during this Low Price Cotton Sale. Below we mention hut a few of the many bargains that will be found here during this sale. Majestic Ranges $60 No. 638 Majestic Range, sale price. $45.95 65 No. 639 Majestic Range, sale price, 52.55 62.50, 641 Majestic Range, sale price, 47.30 67.50, 642 Majestic Range, sale price, 53.61 65.00, 644 Majestic Range, sale price, 48.40 70.00. 645 Majestic Range, sale price. 54.61 75.00, 648 Majestic Range, sale price, 56.92 We will furnish a $12 50 Range Set with each range bought for $5.00 All Stoves Go in This Low Price Cotton Sale Nothing Reserved Stove Pipe No 6 Stove pipe, per joint, sale price 10c No 6 Plain sheet stove pipe, per joint ......35c No. 6 Plain sheet elbows, each 35c No. 6 Plain elbows, each .'. 10c $25.00 Bicycles, sale price $19.85 $1.00 Ender's Razors, sale price..., ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 11 December 1914

ijtivri T?f" "f?V "j I'A Car CHRISTMAS APPLE Arriving Today Fancy Winesap, Qano and Missouri Pippins G m Bartlett, The Tribune And News FRIDAY. DEC. 11. 1914 We should decide each ques- tion not by precedent, but by principle. ' In another column appears the announcement of the sale of Christmas seals by the Red Cross association, of which Mrs. J. A. Stockton is chairman. It is a worthy cause and deserves your hearty support. Notwithstanding the fact that burglaries are numerous through--cut-tke-stater and two holp-ups in this city lately, Bartlett has no night watchman, It may be good business tact, but we doubt it very much. The war spirit appears to be contagious. Italy is itching to enter the combative arena. The United States is threatening the festive greaser, and it seems that the entire nations of the earth are to be involved. Everybody in Bel ton is glad to have Pole Vernon back with us as a member of the Commission- ers' court Pole is one who "came back" and he baa many fr...

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

a l L k ,?' V, ; '," :'. ' i if: 'j- IC When You Think of i Remember that I am still writing polices and represent some of the best companies in the . United States. ' Do You Need Some? HAVE YOU INSURED YOUR COTTON? MONEY TO LOAN ON FARMS Bartlett;, Texas LOCAL and PERSONAL 'flHH$ Mrapwpp' Mrs. L. G. Parsons of Smith- uille visited with relatives here this week. The Perils of Pauline to-night, admission 5c & 10c don't miss it. The Methodist women have a nice quilt for sale and would like to do your quilting. W. M. Pool, who now resides at Af ton, Texas, remembers the fjbune this week. fresh sunnlv of fruitcake ncredients iust Teceived at the . oanuary grocery, Mr. Geo. Weber, of LaGrange is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C, E, Schaeffer. The Perils of Pauline to-night, . admission 6c & 10c don't misfit. Mr. Spillar, of Austin, was in the city this week looking after i the interests of the Mutual Lum- . -ber Co. r A full line of Del Monte fruits f and preserves are now on hand i ;...

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

yjiii?s2 r. mmMm -aSiiSSHatto The Drug Business Has its ups and downs just as does any other busi- ness. We make a special effort to keep it up to the highest standard. We have what you need when you are ill and keep what you want when you are well. No what it is in a first-class drug store you need we have it. We want to stress our line of Up-to-date Toilet Articles, Ready-Prepared Remedies, Stationery, Books, Inks, Etc. We Have What You Need. CONDRA & BLAIR UP-TO-DATE DRUG STORE ' The REXALL Store. Bartlett, Texas. LOCAL NEWS. H. J. Scharnberg and Ed Ford were Temple visitors Sunday Highest market price paid for hogs Jenkins. Joe Craft of Granger -was a Bartlett visitor Tuesday. Frank Mohel of .Jarrell was here Monday on business. G, A. Jesse made a business visit to Temple Monday. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Minzen. a girl. Born, to Mr, and Mrs. Will Freidrich, a girl. F. J. Bijou was in Georgetown Monday on business. Sam Matthews was a George- town visitor last Monday. Cliff ...

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