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

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

' . d1 no MORE OKSDGft f: .,.- M goq&s for, us I FA tf J . VM'AN Hail wiKfi&?-s k K3a fei is! eEs Ifesi Elk 6 jw B Sir k rM When you buy your clothes from us you see how they FIT and look BEFORE you buy them. You can't Know how well they WEAR until you wear them. Should clothes or anything you get from us GO WRONG, we are here to "make it good.77 Can you get your money back from the mail order house after anything goes wrong? YOU pay the freight when you send away. We want your business, not because we are your "home store' but because it PAYS you to buy from us. " 663 O '5rrt5;'', A Customer Made Angry Some time since a customer walked into our store and asked to look at a pair of shoes, instead of showing him the shoes, we asked him to please describe the kind of shoes he wished, after which we wrapped up a pair of shoes and asked him to please pay $4,00. Insultingly he asked if we took him for a fool; not by any means, but explained to him that we had been missing a lot o...

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

k. Bmlltfl tbmx& i& AND NEWS " R. F. GATES, Editor and Proprietor BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY. FEB. 6, 191'4. . $1.00 Per Year. VOL. XXVIII. JXO. 28 I li1 BOY RUN OVER BY AUTOMOBILE. Taylor. Texas, February 3. ' A big fivfe-passenger tourhiR car ran over Bruno Kramer, the 14-year-old son of Ernest Kramer, on Main Street late this eveninor, passing over the boy's head. It "Was impossible to tell, at a late hour, how serious the boy's injuries are. The car was occu- pied by Tom E. Fowler at Bart- lett. owner of the car. and Ned Bartlett, of Bartlett, who was driving when the accident occurr- ed. Apparently the autoists were blameless, witnesses stat- ing that the boy darted out from behind a buggy, slipped and fell in front of the car. The driver swerved, attempting to avoid the boy, but the rear wheel passed over his head. The car was pro- gressing at a moderate pace, so it is said. The boy's mother, who is visit- ing in Bartlett, was brought here by Mr. Bartle...

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

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

4 ' 1 ti' '' V ( isif'' ', 'rfV 32! r'A I) . ' lock Planters SOON TO BE PLANTING TIME Are you going to carlessly plant your seed or are you going to do it right, with a Rock Island Planter, it is guaranteed to do as perfect plant- , ing as any planter on the market it is strong durable and light draft, has adjustable plates for all kinds of seed; we have been blessed with an abundance of rain and the soil is, in a fine condition, prospects were never better for a rich harvest, therefore its no time for experi- menting, why not use. a. Rock. Island Chief Planter? Then prosperity will surely follow. v A SKAR&OF Y0U3 WSINESSIH BE APPRECIATED. THE BARTLETT HARDWARE 00. LOCALand PERSONAL Frank Marek of Granger was here yesterday on bufinesB. The. babe of Mr. and Mrs. Stanton Allen is sick. Little Annette Leatherman is quite sick. , Purity Vlour at Rowntree Bros. fli very best Rowntree Bros. Phone 58-76. Stanton Allen made a business trip to Belton Tuesday. . W. R. Janke was a court v...

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

. O j, "Tr'1''""'" j-j-!-I5?- '' 'jfMii ,i '4 r1 ' i Has b4eaome a habit with our Customers because Dollars go further here. ' "' ' " WE SEE TO IT.. . . ' "l,;u .. , Right now, before our Spring and Simmer Goods begin to arrive, we havesome. I ; Vl . 3 r I1" r r j mi r - i l i Jp 1 if 1 1 I il If J A 1.- - - - ".'' , - CONDRA For All Medicines, ToiHefc Articles, V Cigars and Tobacco. HOT AND COLD DRINKS-A SPECIALTY We Treat You Right. Come to See Us LOCAL NEWS. Charley Jackson of Granger was here Saturday. M. Mosley of McGregor was here this week. Lee Roberts of Lott, was here Saturday on business. Ior all kinds of feed phone 74. E. J. Stone is visiting relatives and friends in Georgetown. Get more for your butter this week at Rowntree Bros. -'Phone 58 and 76. Dph't forget the Masquerade Ball;Feb. 10; - . .Born, tojTW ty 'and-Mrs. Ed Sal- yerjdst ShbdaytTgirl, . ' Condraiaic&re'jhea'dquar- Mr. Wdrs. WhYtlock of Davilla, werfe 'in town 'Saturday- shopping. i,f ; J. K.' Knjght was...

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

MttMyNMaMMtfMMi HWIWUMI'WIlBWlll ' PftAtSED BY 8UMNER8. nmuimimmmmmmmmimtuxvwmmmmMmmmim Get the Cash for Your Produce Conofomh Sumnsrs Gives IndorM mhl end Support tr tha National Corn Exposition at Dallas. Kbn. Hntton W. Bbmnora, who re- cently called a conference on market- ing, in Dallas, stated that tho logical mooting placo of tho next conference would bo with tho Sixth National Corn Exposition, in 1914, and ho felt sure that CoL Holland, who called the first mooting in Chicago, would favor such a plan. Ho also said Ciat tho present congress appreciated ti value of this great agricultural congress to tho whol Ration. "They sent a delegation to the Fifth National Exposition at Columbia B. D., in 1913. and will, undoubtedly havo t committee at tho Sixth National Exposition In Dallas, in addition to tho olaborato and cnmnrchenslvo gov r. i i r; I'jT k. I5 ' Tf. I M tr I. LA ' . r , -i b';- fe - M W AYS THE- GASEft if" Will Iay You to Call and See Us Before r Selling; or PKone 10 W...

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

q Woodmen Have Big Meeting Georgetown, Tex., Jan.23. i)ne of the largest fraternal leetinga ever heldjn Williamson ?ounty was the county W. 0. W. issociation at Round Rock Thurs- layniRhtand the deliberations flaated several hours, followed by la banquet at about midnight at which 300 were present. The tollowinc officers of the William son county W. 0. W. Association for the cominjr year: Lee J. Rounttee, of Georgetown, presi dent: A. W. Sti ea. - of Thrnl . Vice president; J. A. Steadman of Taylor, secretary, and J. M. . Schramn of Granger, treasurer. The next quarterly meeting will be held at Granger and the following committee was appoin- ted to select speakers: Dr. D. M, Cooke, Granger; J. J. Groves Taylor;-and J, S. Carvel. George- town. There are thirtv camns in Williamson and adjoining coun ties with a member ship of 4,000 and the association is growing larger all the time. The Palm Valley Brass band met the trains and paraded the streets of Round Rock, furnish- ing music for...

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

,' 1 " ' - Mm New Records for Year 1913 - To Owners of -ii 4. Livestock Keep your money at home where you can get another chance at it when you send your money away for feed it is gone for goodwhen you pay it out to your home mill for home products it is paid out again for home grown cottonseed or home labor and' we all get another chance at it and some of it sticks every time. h Gold . Pressed Cotton Seed ', Cake, Cotton HolBs and. , -Cotton Seed ,Meal With only four exceptions in tho past 26 years, the year 1913 1 was tho wettest in the recorded history of Texas, and with only six exceptions '.in that period it was the ..coldest year tho State has ever experienced since the establishment of weather obser- vation stations. The mean temperature for tho year amounted to 65.3 degrees. The average precipitation for State was 36.05 inches for the entire year. This was 12 inches in excess of the total average rainfall for the Stat.- the pre. ceding year. These facts will be a portion of ...

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

moM.MHm,mnmm,mmmnm,,mM& Bi'jgfeaHfiW HTjMHWB nmmmmmmimmmmitmmgmmmmmMmmwmmmmm m The Big Clearance Sate Goes On Until Goods Are Sold l ET Dress And Piece Goods Cotton checks, 24 yds for $1.00 The best grade cotton checks. 15 yards ....$1.00 12 l-2c vd cotton flannel at 7 l-2c 10c good as gold bleached domestic at 7 1-2c 10c Outing, nfcwlOyds for 75c Sea iBland, 15 yds for $1.00 Dress Ginghms, 10c grade at 8 12c Red Seal ginghams at 8 l2c Toile du Nod gingham 10c 10c Percales, light and dark... 7 l-2c 10c white lawn 7 l-2c 12 l-2c white lawn 10c 15c white lawn lie 20c white lawn 15c I Cross bar lawns. Cross bar domes- tics and Cross bar nansooks. 106 qualities at 7 l-2c 12 l-2c qualities at 9c 15c qualities at lie 20c qualities 15c Ladie's and Men's Shoes $4.00 Ladie's Gunmetal now per pair at ......$3.80 $4.00 Ladie's Tan Suade, per pair now at $3.30 $4.00 Ladie's Gray Suade, per pair now at ..$3.30 $3.50 Ladie's Patent Leather Shoes, per pair now at $2.75 $2.50 Ladie's Gun Metal ...

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

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 6 February 1914

'."j,"; ".;' ' ,'tj NO MOKE OfeMft r:- OOOPJ FOR, US i &".'' iT . IML N. ZjCA. L 1 -k MSifiFm ill f A yW a m W ft 1 Hail UMSSSi . SEc- o o Kmi ft a H. r . mis tm IF9RkVK&73v huHTB w I gfc 1 WJiujiI JLJU" LfBWi U JjJ HJBr W. r3i JimlLiJ? '" When you buy your clothes form us you see how they FIT and look BEFORE you buy them. You can't know how well they WEAR until you wear them. Should clothes or anything you get from us GO WRONG, we are here to "make it good' Can you get your money back from the mail order house after anything goes wrong? YOU pay the freight when you send away. We want your business, not because we are your "home store," but because it PAYS you to buy from us. A Customer Made Angry Some time since a customer walked into our store and asked to look at a pair of shoes, instead of showing hinl the shoes, we asked him to please describe the kind of shoes he wished, after which we wrapped up a pair of shoes and asked him to please pay $4.00. InsultinRly he asked i...

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

SBjH .? TPSH S rtmjfr-swmwKi 3 , f.. vl t ! . i l.' " i ' ''SW5 BJMf iribtitte. AND NEWS j yj-fr R.F. CTES, Editor and,' Proprietor BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY, ' TEXAS, FRIDAl FEB. iz 1914. $1.00 Per YearVOL. XXVIII. fio. 29' Pool Hall Election ;' v is Granted By Court Belton, Feb. 9. -This after- noon a large committee of citi- zens appeared before the com- missioners court with a petition bearing the signature of 942 citizens of the county and asking that an election be granted on the question of allowing or not allowing the continuance of the running of pool halls in the county. The petition for the election was unanimously granted and March 7 setjas the date for Ithe holding of the election. The regular election offices will be in charge of the boxes of the vari- oua precincts. New Church to Be Erected. Belton, Texas, Feb. 6. The members ot the First Methodist Church of this city are to have a $25,000 church edifice. This was the unanimous decision of the building and financial...

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

r I'Vf , O , f WMHIII ' ' llH 1 JMMIIMIIMIHII , , I J "4 , X. Good Business, Ahead. THE METZ "22" ROADSTER Price $525 F. O. B. Here. JtgzBBttittnB" - ft, , WJm"""! , Is Religion True? MOST ECONOMICAL CAR ON THE MARKET A wonder for power and speed, 1 set tires run from 10,000 to 12,000 miles, 28 to 32 miles on 1 gallon of gasoline, 100 miles on 1 pint of lubricat- ing oil. Nothing like it for up keep. . Don't Fail to See Me if You Want a Roadster LUCAS ROWlNTREE Agent Bell and Williamson Counties The Tribune And News FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 13, 1914 1 The political pot is boiling. While we are talking so much about the governor's race, let us get cldser to home and begin to select . av representative to the state legislature for Williamson county. A petition was circulated in Killeen last week asking the commissioners court to order an election that the people may vote whether or not pool halls shall operate in Bell county. The petition carried a large list of signers. Two men were disputin...

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

imjtu wiijjp m mi tMMimmmmmmtmmwm !ilywiinniKJii4i.i.iii mw Miwi.l.iiiinff.nwBwwiw K r v f. V T 14 r i' " . . . -j -T To Owners of Livestock Bell County l Keep your money at home where you can get another chance at it when you send your money away for feed it is gone for good when you pay it out to your home mill for home products it is paid out again for home grown cottonseed or home labor and we all get another chance at it and some of it sticks every, time. Cold Pressed Cotton Seed Cake, Cotton Hulls and Cotton Seed Meal iJOli IH I 1 f II Hooper CooK For Tax Collector. In the announcement column will be found the name of Hooper Cook, who comes before the voters this week as a candidate for the office of Tax Collector of Bell county, subject to the ac- tion of the democratic primaries to be held July 25th 1914. Mr. Cook enters the race after repeated and earnest solicitation from a large number of friends and supporters over the county. He has been a citizen of the coun- ty for ma...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 13 February 1914

fi. BE835HBW! The Big Clearance Sale Goes On Until Goods Are Sold Muslin Underwear Beautiful new line just arrived consisting of Ladle's Peticoats Embroidery and Lace Flouencing , Prices ranging from 65 cents to $2.50 Night gowns Embroidered crepe Price $1.25 Muslin Gowns, special price $1.00 $1.50 and up. Princess Slips from $1.00 to $2.00 Don't fail to see these new gar- ments. Our prices and styles will please you. Ladie's and Men's Shoes $4.00 Ladie'a Gunmetal now per pair at $3.30 $4.00 Ladie'B Tan Suade, per pair now at $3.30 $4.00 Ladie's Gray Suade, per pair now at $3.30 $3.50 Ladie's Patent Leather Shoes, per pair now at $2.75 $2.50 Ladie's Gun Metal Shoes, per pair now at $2.75 $3.50 Ladie's KangerooKid, rubber heel-hard turn now $2 25 $3.50 Kangaroo Kid, Extension Sole, now per pair $2.75 $2.50 low heel and Cuban heel, now per pair $2.00 Children Sweaters $1.00 wool sweaters 75c 75c sweaters 55c Ready Made Dresses Don't fail to see our beautiful new line of Gingham and Li...

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

' V lMmimillIWIIlliaMWIllMIIMMWHMWBWWMMIIIIIMliIU M Ml JWUIIWH, MMM I Ift I t M B Brh, A M . -te. jf-na ' f W 8 i - 1 " ... - , ..-,; '''i;iuiMMnMiiMiiiniiwiiii i iiHimii MM-rr..1r-rT,r1. .B M U( t , , , h iiT"TJiiiriMM a I , IN THE T shflL I i im m I " nil .i.i.iiii .-..,.. . LOUIS STORE NEW t Doomed Sale in Full Blast !. v,' Specials for the following IINUJBA I UKb m ween: We have in stock SAFETY HATCH INCUBATORS from 120 to 270 capacity. SAFETY HATCH, Best in the world, in Quality and Price. Satisfaction Girgtnteed or Money Refunded. Stche-BSair Hardware Company njHTHTOlMH LOCALand PERSONAL Go to church Sunday. For fresh garden seed phone Lawrence Bros. Don't forget to eat with the Methodis ladie3 tomorrow. Lawrence Bros have all kinds of fresh garden seed. . P. Doering of Temple was here Monday on business. See Stokes-Blair Hardware Go., for one of those incubators. Mr. R. L. Forner is confined to his bed with an attack of mumps. All kind of fresh garden seed at Lawrence Bros. 1...

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

( !- ;A"t i. Has become a habit with our Customers because Dollars go further here. WE SEE TO IT. Right now, before our Spring and Summer Goods begin to arrive, we haye some Splendid bargains to offer, and it's rather ql good time to bivmany articles that you will need before warm weather COMES. Come In and See Us. I For All Kinds of I " " I 1 Medicines, Toilet Articles, Cigars and Tobacco. H D HOT AND COLD DRINKS A SPECIALTY We Treat You Right. Come to See Us LOCAL NEWS. Fred Chaudion saw "Every- woman" in Austin Monday night Condra & Blair are headquar- ters for LIV-VER-LAX. T. J. Irvin of McGregor was here this week. Messrs W. K. Henry and J. ' "W. Smith Were court jurors at Belton this week. LIV-VER-LAX, the liver regu- lator, Ask Condra & Blair. Miss Edith Bell visited her sis- ter, Mrs. Roger McCarty in Aus- tin this week. We can dye anything that can be dyed. T. B. Sexton. Dr. W. W. Pugh ot San An- tonio is here on a visit to W. H. Barefield and family. We will dye yo...

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

'""' " 5 , I "'. TO : '. M u,!ll"""4(wl,i! m$m u ''wuhwj m wi '!ju mim&mam h - . ' u. -vuacn-i. . . s..' ith . i imjv- t k f.. i ..WKffre w . mo iuj (i :Tr k 'auB'ii'iii'iuj" '3i r r trrt t-v?, -;rn. v " vr "f&r;-r;; r - v, , $ 'h-;v," v r j j Ah ' t. t7 O . , , t u " i-y U U s Ml & 7 MMEIIiAS ' 1 IMPORTANT US PRODUCING GBTTON Tho ogricultural papers, lor Bororal ye4re, )mvd boon full of Interesting and Instructive artlcloB, tolling the Xarmor how to increaso his crop yield per acre; ihil boBt seed to plant, how ajid when to plant; how to proparo the soil, the mixture and quantity of ertllizor to uso. Full descriptions Jmvo nppearod, covorlng tho breeding fcd ralBlng of stock, how to treat iiolr various diseases, what feed to iso In tho dlfforont seasons. Tho United States Department of Vsrlcul'turo has printed carloads of bulletins and other literature regard ing orop waking and stock raising. JppresehtatlvoB of tho Government in bite,Btati examine the Boll, toll what "...

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

!.' " tfiiJfWP'&.U. . , i. ' , ' . A" ' m 'f." Jfrfw is hi H A ! pH R Ih - flii- tii jSyK, D b ii i. !- Eu -r w iBS SBMm2zJl MlMM KvTvjJ mN a$W7nWN iSi You May Hear of Other Reductions But You Can Save Money by Buying t FROM Buy from us we can prove it to you MONEY SAVED IS MONEY MADE FINAL SALE ON BLANKETS AND COMFORTS Save Money by Buying Blankets and Comforts at Unheard of Prices. 50c ON THE DOLLAR $6.00 BLANKETS will be closed out at only $3.00 $5.00 BLANKETS will be closed out at only $2.50 $4.00 BLANLETS will be closed out at only $2.00 $3.00 BLANKETS will be closed out at only ,$1.50 $2.00 BLANKETS will be closed out at only....,.., $1.00 $1.50 BLANKETS will be closed out at only 75c $3.00 COMFORTS will be closed out at only $1.50 $2.Q0 COMFORTS will be closed out at only $1.00 i ITv a m w Ifa una Final Reduction on Boy's Suits and Overcoats 65 CENTS ON THE DOLLAR. $10,00 SUITS for only $6.65 $7.50 SUITS for only $4.85 $5.50 SUITS for only ' $4.25 $5.00 SUITS for only .' ...

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