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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 25 December 1914

t ir Bf HAZKL OBWAtB T WAS Christmas at , and OMab Churton, tho money- lender, Bat In hla groat din- ins room, aurroundod by mi mat makes lor luxurious llflng. "So Jack preferred HI arttst'a work n thin." tut mUied. chuckllnc con- tamptudusly while ha half apoko tha- word Ton years before, hla aider brother Jiod told their father that n waa cot Bro.cr.wooamonr J2DDY ant upon tho top step of the ataira that led to th atreet and rented hla chin f n tho palm of hla hand. Some of tho fel- Iowa came alone; and hulloood to him, but Teddy didn't anawer. lie didn't want to play with tho tellowa juat now, for he waa battling with a grat Borrow. Tom had aald It, ao it mnat be true, for Tom was eight year old and didn't have to go to bad until S o'clock. Ted- f MART B. ARHOT 1. k. M U..1A.l. At... l - (tared to get a living by pieaaantar' . . ...- ,u. ,, ,, ,,,, hotmno than hla fellow being' fiaah iaad blood, and had gone out Into th world cured by the father and laughed at by hU brother. It w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 25 December 1914

IMMmiMHHMMIIIIIMMHMUMmMHIi J ' n IM '&". it ilf- . VSfiStSk VzZLzZ2 sm 1 ' ? i1" f. "'' .rfirtriflBfeh. A LjJPlBP"w1 '"'"" '''ff-'1 ''''-'' ''''''1''''' MmimmmummMMmm i.rMMlllUMli.ilii.wi.wwJI(pWK fH H IB lv H .hl GREETINGS! A Happy Christmas -to all our friends and Customers LUMBER C- THE PARLOR BAR Extends-thanks to its many friends and customers . . and wishes them a ' rrv Christmas and A Happy ,New-:;6a;-""" Than You j si For, your patronage,. I wish you 'oneand all aad a Haapy & . , . John Vaughan -V : I.. GREETINGS! TJ1E BARTLETT GARAGE M erry Christmas AND HAPPY NEW YEAR 1 The Sanitary wishes all of J its friend and custo mers a merry Christmas and a prosperous New Year. T. S PARKER, Proprietor TO ALL OUR FRIENDS and CUSTOMERS : We wish the Jiappiest returns of the day .id wish all a pros-, peroua new year. Come to 8 j . u next year , . Briedrich & WciderspahnV- Brothers y- We Thank You , ' For your liberal patr map-c of the past year, and .hope thall'this i may n...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 1 January 1915

mmmffimmmmmmMmmm$TMar r '. " " o tf '. I.' AND NEWS R. F. CATES,0.'DIT0R and Propriet'oii BA-RTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTX, TEXAS, ERJDAY'vJAN. 1. 1915. $1.00 Per Year. VOL. XXIX. NO 28 1 v-i, - . cm ,'t Death of Mrs. J. H. Allen ' ,At 8:55 o'clock, Tuesday night, Dec. 28. the death angel, quietly and peacefully came to her bed- side and carried back to her Saviour the soul of Mrs. J. M. "V? Allen of our" city She died in the 51st year of her age. tMrs;" Allen was born and rear- n i.ea in Tallapoosa county, Alaba- i, maarid n that county in March, 1882, she was joined in wedlock to' her surviving husoand. The' " couple removed to Texas in De cember 1902, coming directly to ,'Bartlett, where they have since 'resided. The death of Mrs. Allen was as sudden ;as it was sad. She was stricken with dread pneu- 'monia but a few? days before her death, and the best of medical Whtion and nursing proved un availing. At her passing she was surrounded at the bedside '( by her husband and children. He...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 1 January 1915

m J F .! u "t k)iW n 0 TZ rfrH1 fow - u U-: h' ; ? J 16 O it f I Make 1 91 Banner Health Indications point to a great wave of prosperity for this country during the year 1915. Experts in all parts of the country predict a commercial ex- pansion such as the world has never seen before. You will all want your share of the gold that is to come to us during the next twelve months. But to secure it you must put yourself in men- tal and physical condition to compete with the "world. You must be mentally and physically "fit." If you begin in time NOW and rid yourself of the nerve-racking and brain-destroying poisons that are running riot through your system you will be in condition to take the lead in the race for gold. Ask your Druggist-He knows Leatherman Dr ugCo The Tribune News Friday, jan. i. iom HaDpy New Year. RJake your New Ydar resolu- tions today, and make them stick. I may ciic wtmi uwbci uocaoiut BnTT fUn nlinnnnfnw noeoi?eiMO 3i there be any in cartlett, grow le3a during 1915....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 1 January 1915

&; 1' - !f o a M .1', ' 'a ' r (J o ""-wv vi rW rBbD 4, f,' thgjiribuiic And iMcw6 FRIDAY. JAN. 1. 1915 Greeting's (J y of SbM. w Our issue of today marks one more year of our journey toward permanent peace and ultimate , prosperity. It has been a year in which the peace of the world "has been shattered and a titan tic struggle-is now raging in Europe. 'The Tribune herewith renders thanks to God that it has pros- ,pere(Tand, in its feeble way, has done .its1 fiill duty, both to its 'friends.. and its enemi.es. Our every effort and each de- sire has been for the promoting of "pesce on earth and good will toward men." as well as or, the advancement of this ommunity. We are thankful for the pat ronage of our generous adver- tiser, subscribers and patrons for theinfavors of the past year. .We .are starting the year of 1915 with a firm resolution to devote our best efforts to the advancement of this section of Bell and Williamson counties and their contiguous territories. If it shoul...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 1 January 1915

k 4 IsS w&A- ; 1 i "W. " v--L b tw - '. riV "- ,rJ.sr ' o il wwmmmtm t , i ,1 4 t f jr UiA A ,: ! 'i I v i ,, ,? -, i s i) , lW, r It f A a : Best Garage Service Can be Obtained at the BARTLETT GARAGE If your car is not working exactly right, why let some inex- perienced workman "tinker" with it? We have as ood 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 prepared to vulcanizing and do it promptly Lot us furnish you with Gasoline, Lubricating 0i!r Gtip Grease, Etc. f ORD Cars In Slock Complete stock of f ORD Parts TELEPHONE 161 Prohibition in Russia Writing of the popularity of the teetotal movement in Russia, an Englishman in Moscow says in a letter to a Manchester firm which he represents there: "At the present moment it is impossible for anybody in Rus- sia, whether rich or poor, to obtain in any place whatever a thing...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 1 January 1915

rv ' Wt ' I' V i I! V u v T i 5V '' r. P'Vr t '.LB rand PERSONAL B. Berry went to Dallas "day on business." n . t tt.ij.L.. i,a, .1'. -june ui nmuunnuimer, visited here this. week. B. L. Hardin made a business trip to Georgetown Wednesday. The babe of Dr. and Mrs. A. F. Schofield is on the sick list. Miss Mary Rhodes spent Sun- day with friends in Georgetown. H. E. Daugherty was here yesterday from Corpus Chriyti. Mrs, J. B'. Knight has our thanks for a renewal this week. G.-Voigt jr. is among those who remembered tho Tribune this week. Win. Schroeder of Waco was here this week on a visit to his many friends. Mr. Alfred Lindeman of Mer- eta. is here on a visit to relatives and friends. Mrs. Otto Peschel visited her brother, Fred Millhause, in Tem- ple yesterday. Mr, and Mrs. T. N. Burnsides are visiting on the Jackson farm this week. J. Mitchell Smith, the ginner at Akeville, was in town yester- ' day. -V Mrs.'R. F. Cates and daugh- r ter; Miss LaVerne, visited in Temple yesterday. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 1 January 1915

i r' .r, " f u I wv f if ii HiF 'Trar'mi t . i rTVt . n il I a '" i '',' o u &1 , " ,,'-11 - Vi We Thank You For your generous patronage during the past year. We wish for you a new year full of pleasure and prosperity. We trust that we will continue to merit and receive your trade, and promise the same con- tinuous service as in the past. 7aiTOrawuEMaaagnsafliasigu3f8S3gi 'JMmkM mHHB v' MHHKTCrn5j CONDRA & BLAIR UP-TO-DATE DRUG STORE 'The REXALL Store. Bartlett, Texas. :niuL!iwmi8(smGsmiM LOCAL NEWS. a , Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Tonder, a girl, Mr. and Mrs. Emzy Hair of Florence spent the holidays here. Mrs. and Mrs. R. N, Sexton ( ,and little son spent Christmas in Lexington. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Mounter of Dallas are here on a visit to V' relatives and friends. a Is your liver inactive? Liv-ver-lax will wake it up. Condra b A Blair, . I. L. Brown made a business trip to South Texas this week. MMlBEditor J. S. Hair and wife of aHBroll&nd were guests of relatives ifini...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 1 January 1915

J, fit, MMMManiMMMIMMHMIr );WB''""'W'''MMMM" 'M ,1111 HI I I llll JMIJI 1 1 Mfc .u .7Mir i. .v - .,11 . ju . ( i -ii ja. T . iu t ,j r.i .. rrrr- . Tt Ww a ,, .mmmr o nm E-INVENTORY a., l r! - ii -i - i . c -1 ,, , I i AI F Begins Sat., Jan. 2, Closes Sat., Jan. 9 Before we take an inventory of our stock there must be a clean up of all Fall and Winter Goods You will find tnat we have cut the prices so as to enable you to buy Merchandise cheaper than ever before. Discount of 20 to 50 Per Cent Prevails In addition to the discounts you will find many items even cheaper. Dress Goods and Silks 20 PER CENT DISCOUNT Wegive 20 per cent off on all Dress Goods and Silks. Extra Special .Wool Crepe, Dress-Goods, 42 inches wide, regular $1 Pre Inventory Price 50c Notions ; 20 PER CENT DISCOUNT There are so many things we ,have in this depart- ment that you will ne&d every day and you should take advantage of these prices.' (i Special-Fancy Ribbons at Half Price. - Staples 20 PER CENT DISCOUN...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 1 January 1915

'y 'ib'jtftutl tinto- a Bs. i'"-. B J if v i ' Ml ti C"1 ''! tinn,iiHii m MHMWBffliffM11 UXJUIIJJ B!l!lrT.,JLilA'.''.. --- " '. i,'. ili t 'I -M1 "A-E '. "' V, " '.?. 8 IM:t v' p H A (Am, " y j&-Snam Vfettt it "; a u' c that sixty .iminutPB Jjp one, hour,i.sxten ounces' ""and one .hundred cents!' oho dollar. - $ rrttfto live so that tcan lie down at night with n fif Wcohscierice, withbut.a gun , under my pMoW, and , tmhtunted by the faces of those to'wnome i nave Drougnt Grant, I beseech thee, that I may earn my meal ticket fen. 'foe, square, and in doing thereof that I may not stick ' theMgaff where it does not belong. . . . ,. : deafen me to, the iingle of tainted money and the rustle ojtfunholv skirts; . Blind me to the faults of the other fellow, but .reveal f' v J ' -. J -- il.i ! .i.l. i. ...Lnn T Innt- onrioa flm uuiae me so mut euuu inuui. ikh " vu- v. dinner table at my wife, who has been a blessing to me, j, ,1 -will have nothing to conceal. '.keepme young enough to la...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 8 January 1915

HP - 41 ! ' 1 jmWjW MiAw AilV k.u rtJCWi. .'' '?UW ,w, " '- .fV'iv Of; PfrvB ." , ii v- 1 '(.J AMB NEWS '. ' jOlW 'V',K ,'cr-;: jkcr-;.--: .- .-jxUJSSgssttrT -V- ..y........1.!".'-!:1,..,: ,.' rsg--. ; ,, ,r-7?gs: - , :-is ,','' ,,, :':.,.'.;.; ;",.rrrrr: -gas,' : :;.'. ",,':.,::'". .."J-U-::1. :; ,', ' ', , 'frr-Al .Cmaii: UF.AjSpAFpii.iETOR D. BAtfTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JAN. 8, 1915. SI. 00" Per Year, VOL, XXIX, '"h(p , -' -"' '- Mteviwja-ia ' . ... '. ., ' a ' . '. '.IB d ;.. F .fa, fjr r-'. Death of Farmer Citizen. On Monday tnorning at hia home near Bjevina in Bell coun- ty, J. ft. Ford, a-former citizen of Bartlett passed away, he hav- ing1 beh inf eeble health for sev- eral years. The remains were brought tO'Bartlett Tuesday and ..'"interred in the Stockton family icemetafy;, netir here that after- noon The Masonic Lodge, of 'yhich the deceasedlwas an hon- a pred member, directed the fu-( 3 nera I services. Mri Ford -was about 59 years a,, 'of age, and. was ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 8 January 1915

i -1 K 9' .. o ', a rrrr ' " i m . i, ' '1 ., " I'&V- ' - . I WW V ' so; " J Make 1915 Your Banner Year for Health Wealth Indications point to a great wave of prosperity fbr this country during the year 1915. Experts in all parts of the country predict a commercial ex- pansion such as the world has never seen before. , You will all want your 'is'to come to us during the But to secure it you must put yourself in men- tal and physical condition to compete with the ''world. You must be mentally and physically "fit." If you begin in time NOW and rid yourself ' of the nerve-racking and brain-destroying ' poisons "that ate running riot through your system you will .be'nT condition to take the fi- s n Ask your Druggist-He knows Leatherman DrugCo The Tribune And News ni ,?" UTrkAV TAXT Q 1Q1K 'l !" ,MlAn.J., UflU. O, J.4J.V your taxes before thepen- r;go& on; ffhttrreeolution: Make it t dontbreakit. re. too have a tremendous artby of ' the unemployed. Theiellewwho made but ten i, Ne...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 8 January 1915

tJU iix . r M , 9? A W 'i i ? J. fy . I s v k V !, "' ,t - f s 'if a w r a n I The Best Garag Service Can Always bo Obtained at the BARTLETT GARAGE It 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 prepared 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 Williamson Statistics. Georgetown, Jan. 2. The rec- ords at the county clerk's office for 1914 show a large yolume of public business transacted in Williamson county. The follow- ing report is interesting: Mort- gages recorded 3,900, deeds 1,200 marriage licenses 500. births 507, deaths 29, motoroycle 33, hunt- ers 89, automobiles 365. The Report on the bi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 8 January 1915

ft '-7 XW y m wg n i i.' v .1 ''5 b ,t, t? -''. H. iD V a 'i 1 ..'. . t! U ,. o ., '.I '.7" S3 fi, n ..t . Of - .t. T'.r -n,? lis 4 "u to ll'llM.lJll IT I'ifc The Tribune And News Friday:, jan, s. iois WJPfPWI'J., .... 'J . . , How many of your New Year resolutions have you smashed up to this date, ,( (Our observations are that a big; 'majority of our fellow hum- tMjfe making a superhuman effort to have carved upon their trtfflptbnes: "Ho Was a Hellofa- flnte Fellow and He Had a Hell- ofagood Time." A. Wisconsin stock raiser has refused to sell a single one of ' hi horses to the warring Europ- y ,;.ean nations, to be killed or maimed on battlefields. If we would all do likewise it would be a' horse on Europe. '.irm Cobb, the writer, has re- 1 turiitfci from Europe an avowed .supporter of the female suffrage rtiovement. But Cobb will never ik.abieto convince us that the IcerhiLwas in the corn, instead ipf. the corn being in the Colonel. Jobb js, from Kentucky and he ft n MB rid fVi i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 8 January 1915

" A I TEND THE BIG AUCTION Mustraise$5,ooo.boatofice entire stock oeing; sola at ' v MMMmanaMninMNMn IHurWMHOM vf auction regardless of cost. Daily at 2:30 and 7:30 p. m. HEMPEL & WHITLOW jewelry & piano dealers R. J. SALGLE, Auctioneer 1 1 u c 5 r LOCALand PERSONAL B. Y. Daniel was a visitor at Hillsboro Sunday. Lawrence Brothers have a big ,lto of oaled alfalfa hay for sale. Mrs. Joe Knight visited in Temple Saturday and Sunday. W, E. Miller of Fort Worth came in Wednesday afternoon on a visit to relatives. Bridges & Overby will .pay you the highest market pneeb for cattle and hogs. Aubrey Rudasill of the Bartlett Western Railway at Florence was here Sunday. Miss Mary Rhodes, after a pleasant holiday vacation with her parents and friends, returned Monday to Baylor University, where she will resume study. We want your produce and will pay as much as anyone else in cash and a little more in trade. Lawrence Bros. Mrs. R. J. Eddy of George- town, and her mother. Mrs. Rathb...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 8 January 1915

1 d ! is V ' w oli ,-t vfj si s u ,H"? n 3 h ,n. i -, ! r a.' '. JFeeling Good? r J Of course you are feeling GOOD after the Christmas festivities. But why not go a little further and feel good THE REST OP THE YEAR? It's easy, when you know how. Just keep in touch with your druggist-"he knows"--and a few cents occa- sionally will do it. CONDRA & BLAIR ' UP-TO-DATE DRUG STORE The REXALL Store. Bartlett, Texas. .'-. LOCAL NEWS. Begin the New Year right and take the Tribune. 41 'The pastors of the churches petition .y our attendance. . Bayless Eutchens of Knox county was here Saturday. WANTED -Position as clerk in a store. Apply to G. Hoes. Joe Kowe and Gordon Lewis were here l&st Saturday from Jarrell, r Calhoun Ware of near Thorn- t .dale was here on a business mis- "siohj Saturday. v ' As we write this item the sun ' Is shining. But how long, oh vjLord, how long? & ' Is your liver inactive? Liv-er-lax will wake it up. Condra SBlair., -4 Messrs. Hooper Cooke and E. oss of...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 8 January 1915

11" f , " ,s ", K- .$ v. i. ' - ' . fin f -.! 0 P. l." A irk . V fi' i' r f V W4. t .-. J. by ( Preparing Mdtl w. -, q ? ftL , V J Austin, Tex. At the rquet mt, several members of the Sen- te and House of Kenresentai . tived of "the 34th Legislature. ltate Superintendent DoiiRhty is . preparing a bill providing for a ' "compulsbri' school attendance , law to fit the varying needs of all the schools of Texas. In the " preparation of this bill Mr. Dou- ghty has conferred and advised with many of tho leading educa- tors and friends of education throughout the state and has given close study to compulsyry attendance laws in operation in other states and nations with a view to writing a law applicable ; lr TivnH' vrnAa nnanH nnrtn f Via I to Texas' needs, based upon the combined wisdom of the leading 'educational thinkers, and the observation and experience of other states and nations. ' - . Gift to Southwestern. Georgetown, Dec. 31st. An appropriate New Year gift was received today by S...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 8 January 1915

Is. l d !.' i ttinG&i&BXMiiAt EPT.tSSXW.' j IHP (VriV 4.J - wfo I AfS ff'wfeflB : 'TBa'JJ 1 1) k;'P3 ,i v: tir y l v.: .tffiMM laftrb . !' tal,TS m wiil ))'a Df&Ui J"Bv5S lntfthme b.'. tUk noil a vol kit. . , e evening theme fttfetfe. l ' Id-you welcome. tTLfe SERMONS. rati, ime names, prow 1 nuriin'tf. 'tJfefjhsye ses the good others jfild to appreciate. Mrv rav of sunshine is the llftox jG5d.'& loVe. Every or the wind is the whis- l&is vbice. blue sky1 that bends over Us it bat the visible imap,e of "G&'a Ipfyhs: bosom holding pjriftd worlds in the infinite awidf Hisenderness, Hstn.ne means growm. rog Mis blight. The clear, sunny erfulJBOiil gains the best tljtags.It-is easier to b& cheer- ful; but cheerfulness is worth fiKfetfhgffbr. , ' Homer A. McCarty. ; cesfcyterian Church JFhe gular' services wHl be he)d.'ex Sunday, both morning Y-&ndbje&icsv r ., Sunday School at 10 a. m. ' iv Ji' R Mckenzie, Pastor. iii-i" Methodist Church. ytiit Churjh ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 15 January 1915

r. u 7 , IS d t' .a i u AND NEWS V R. P. GATES, Editor and Proprietor BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY, JAN. 15, 1915. ""$1.00 Per Year. VOL. XXIX. NO. 30 i!miv w A. i ? U 'if -,. i- ' ft --- i M 4j tu"t u ft M Q LIBERTY HILL a MAN MURDERED Liberty rHill, Jan. 12. Sid Browning, a farmer living ten miles north of this place, waa shot and killed this afternoon by D. P. l3ell of Goldthwaite. Brojyning" who was 35 years of age, had married the di- vorced wife of Bell some ten years ago, and the killing was 5 the result of alleged mistreat- ment by Browning of his step- daughter, the daughter of Bell. The girl left here a week ago for ,Goldthwaite. Bell arrived here today and ,went at once in an automobile with a shotgun in search of the r other man. He found him in a cotton field and is said to have ' emptied 'two barrels of buckshot ( Into' his body. , After accomplishing his pur- s' pose, Bell returned to the car and told the driver to deliver -- him to the sheriff, whereupo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 15 January 1915

sir o '1 V"1 , r. cr lv ya V" A 'V .1 J. fj ir . !". r t'-tk $ f& i .i ' jM' m l H't'v s :r f ' u ,JJB l : .vsS V 'J1W !KVf-w3P Mm , 2 $ISi- IT'iv:1: N1T x , V. '.U "U ' ." Ui :: H .' i vNi THE DEVIL . Hates A Drug Store ! , ' ' - Because he knows the drug is the foun- tain of youth, and as long as you keep in touch with it you will retain your health and will have less desire to seek conso- lation in acts which please His Majority of the Cloven Hoof. It pays to see the druggist "every little While." He knows how to keepyou feel- ing "just fine." Leatherman DrugCo Bartlett Texas ! The Tribune News FRIDAY, JAN. 15. 1915 Our streets? What are we go- ing to do with them. ' There are many numbers of S"hallelujah" howlers who never iearncd a penny by honest man- ual labor. , Congress is w.hooping it up again. But we have no time to waste over minor affairs so let "fehi whoop. . . We retrain at present irom instating 'pur exact attitudeion this' Ktemaie suitrage moyemenr., cut, Ewe ar...

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