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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 29 January 1915

' RESOLUTIONS FOR i SAMPSON CONHELL "In Memory of Hon.- Sampson jConnell" is the caption of a pajre memorial ih the House Journal containing a resolution offered by Col. Howard Bland of Wil- liamson county over the death of Honorable Sampson Connell, member-elect of the Legislature. " Following was tne resolution of fered by Mr. Bland: Whereas, On January 10, 1915. the Honorable Sampson Connell, ' of Liberty Hill, Williamson coun- o mnrrtVinr.nlopf. nf this hftrlv. ., J IUBIUUVI-X.V1.. . . N wnn rnllpd hv the divine Father to his final reward; and Whereas. His widow and or- phans have lost a kind and lov- ing husband and tender father: therefore, be it Resolved, That we tender to his family our most sincere sym- pathy, and as a evidence thereof, that a copy of this resolution, . properly attested, be forwarded to his family, and that a page of the House Journal be set aoart and .dedicoted to his memory; and be it further , Resolved, that when the House adjourns for the day, to do so...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 29 January 1915

j4 0 r IV i ..I , tiaixtU'Ntws, ; TtThe'TVroUNEf.'1 - - CfclNunnory who was mak- ing his home with J. T. Smith . died last Wednesday morning in Jbis, eighty ninth year. Ho has Jjtteeh tm bad health f or somo time "and his. death while quite sudden '' ,fcas not a surprise to the family . 11 was a member of the Metho- ditife church,, having joined that Wt (tjMnMnntinn in 187K T-Ifl 13 Ollr. ', Srived by a wife and two sons. 'The funeral services were con- KA i ducted bv the nastor. Jnn A. I i . 7L " .. ..... Sicelolr at the l;orn am ceme- , tery. Ha served in the war be- t, 'Uween the States and was enlist- ed on the Federal side. Peace ,to his ashes. . 'Marc Jenkins returned Sunday from a ten days visit to Rogers. & ISome said, he was going to get uy.' - . i . . . i.. ... .warned Due we naato ae snow- ed.'"' But we have been shown; its now Mr. and Mrs. Jenkins. Congratulations. We don't know where the trouble is but there is something vOUtQf order in our mail service. The rural r...

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

V- '" '""' ''I; ib ' " . '8 ':vR '; j tf , f V ') .-x - , AND NEWS . R. F. CATES, Editor and Proprietor BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY, FEB. 5, 1915. $1.00 Per Year. VOL. XXIX. N(5?33. ,lr ' s - A '"''V;15 11 3 It .?, n4 w v it l, 'r- If? 4 F Jr J i ji FOUR HURT IN AUTOMOBILE WRECK Taylor, Feb. 2, Four persons were injured, one possibly ser- iously, when a Ford automobile crashed into a buggy last eve- ning at 6.30 o'ck ck on the Cir- cleville road, one and a half miles north ot Taylor. Follow- ' ing are the injured: Matthew Pyle. ribsvhroken, contusions and abrasions; Mrs. Pyle, minor bruises; C. T. Jarn- quist, head, and face lacerated: Emil Carlson, head face and arm t injured. The nutoists say the accident 'V'l was unavoidable. The car over- ,. tvrned on the two men and both ,thSeJbuKRy and the auto were badly damaged. Wheat Reaches $1.50 At Wichita Falls. Wichita Falls. Texas, Feb. 1.- Wagon wheat sold here this af- ternoon at $1.50 per bushel, the price being advan...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 5 February 1915

'WWW 'iSf ' r V1 a s (I 4 sw WHY GET SICK? It is easier to keep well and costs you less The main thing is to pay reasonable attention to your diet, chase the poisonous secreations out of your system, aveid colds and grippes, and take an occasional tonic to keep the blood flowing properly through your arteries. You'll find everything you need right here at this drug stdre, and often a few cents will brace you up and put the Spring of life into you. Leather man Drug Co Bartlett, Texas Legislating and Resoluting. , The Tribune And News FRIDAY. FEB. 5. 1915 If you "skin" your fellowman, lie and cheat six days out of the week, you do not fool God by attending church on Sunday. r Houston and Dallas have be- come so infested with thieves and thugs that it is almost fatal fer one to even pass through ' those towns after dark. It is considered the depth of .ignorance or ill-manners to curse 1 in the presence of ladies, but . "Billy Sunday, the evangelist, is ' getting away with it in his rev...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 5 February 1915

r. - ' ' ' e, r v T'iM'i n Ufi STOP SHIPMENTS SILOS ARE A WOODMEN TO MEET AT FORT WORTH mm lllilUllllUllllilllllllIlM OE ARMS, ETC. BIG SUCCESS " Tlvl Twsa'Wrst1 &m. I ,-U, i V l ' fit h : Austin, Feb. 1. Prohibiting the shipment of arms, ammuni- tion ana" other implements of -war from the' United States to ,he warring nations is favored by Congressman J. P. Buchanan and the bill to prevent such shipments will receive his sup- port, according to a letter re- ceived from him in Austin by J. P. Rumpel. The letter reads as follows: Washington, Jan. 18. I am in receipt of your com- munication soliciting my active support of H. of R. 377, which seeks to prohibit the shipment of arms, ammunition and other implements of war from the Un- ited States to any beligerant na- tion. I an an advocate of peace and earnestly desire to bring it about at the earliest possible mo- ment, and if we can stop the shipment of arms to the warring nations it will hasten peace. I am in favor of the resolu-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 5 February 1915

a r, U It a ' l . s. .1 ".- t' ' .. ut f , !,y i 11 r if fei The Tribune And News FRIDAY, FEB. 5, 1915 A Word of Gratitude. To the Voters of Williamson AND BUKNET COUNTIES: The election has passed, and the many friends and untiring workers who brought this editor into the political lime-light have been rewarded with success, I have been unanimously elected notorial representative for the 92nd district, comprising .the counties of Williamson and Bur- net. To be called by the people into their service in this great state is honor enough to last a life- time, but to procure the position without opposition is increased glory, of which I feel justly proud. And then, too, the vote was clean, and I was not ham- pered or distressed by pre-elec tion promises or any false hopes that might have been entertained by my friends. Compared to the printing bus- iness, with which I have been associated from boyhood, the po- sition carries no greater emolu ments, and only in the matter of making good ...

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

'" r T- jHTrtil'HTT'"""5i J tJ '&$ 1 u -"ntif 5RC & I1- LOCALand PERSONAL Preston Berry was a GeorRe- town visitor yesterday. Hughl. Blair made business trip to Granger yesterday. Accident, taks by the B. M. A. A. of Austin, B. Kollman agent. "" J. F. Gillespie visited his bro- ther in Grandview this week. I want a pair of mules or horses and wagons. About $300 or $850 Ed Bolding. Mrs. T. E. Fowler visited rela- tives in Temple this week. Mr. G. W. Haire of Granger was here Wednesday on business. The B. M. A. A. of Austin have opened a local accident in- surance offico hero in Bartlett. h. Kollman is the agent. R. S. White was in Bertram this week on business. Miss Mamie Andrews of Hills- boro was the guest of Mjss Nello Steele this week. Troubles and bad health cause more troubles.but it is no trouble to make pictures at Martinets Studio on clear days. Frank Zimmerman of Jarrell was here Tuesday on business. We can't tell when we need accident insurance, every body should t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 5 February 1915

,? vvui nmmr t ! -f ' n n)" b f- Jt ID ET1 JW Si ?V t 4l M. lJ ft-. u v n It Stands That when you are sick you need medicine; it also stands lo reason, that you want what your prescription calls for; we keep that kind of medicines, not "something just as good." We don't believe in the latter saying when dealing with our customers, and with our long experience as a pre- scriptionist, we guarantee that your prescription will bo rightly compounded, just what the doctor calls for, no more, no less. Our drugs are the purest and best to be had. When you want Sundries of ANY kind, we are sure you will find just what is needed if you inspect our stock. We are not bragging in what we state here, but simply giving the PACTS. Become our customer during 1915, and be con- vinced that we mean what we say. CONDRA & BLAIR UP-TO-DATE DRUG STORE The REXALL Store. Bartlett, Texas. LOCAL NEWS. Ranh Harrell of Burnet was here Monday on business. Leon Ponder of Jarrell was here Tuesday on business. A...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 5 February 1915

TJ 7V'81'VlWvr'' i'. -."-' W-'-'r r Tf "Sj m 5 VL IL'A. V "'?( s ' W. WJ.HUWA. JW VimP'7-T,AT o h ' tf. ,' - I'' f A I hi- t if. h WACO EDITOR GOES TO SENATE Waco, Texas. . Jan. 30. Colo- nel A R. McCollum, editor of the Waco Tribune, was elected senator today to succeed Hon. II. B. Terrell. His majority in the district, which is composed of McLennan. Falls and Milam counties, will be between 1700 and 2000. His majority in Mc- Lennan county will be 8200. The vote in the citv of Waco was a remarkable tribute to Mr. Mc- Collum, as it was the largest vote-ever polled at a special elec- tion in the history of Waco. The vote stood McCollum 2114 to 80 for Mr. Meyer, the Milam county candidate. Tne latter county went for Meyer by 2000 majority. PLEA FOR THE TENANT FARMER Capt. F. T. Roach Sells The 'Sun' Capt. P. T. Roche, proptietor of the Georgetown Sun, a veter- an newspaper man, who was honored by Posmaster General Burleson with the appointment as postmaster at ueorgetown, will with th...

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

.' ' 0 l a (f "i ' THE MOGULS VOTE TAYLOR FRANCHISE In its issuo ot Monday the Temple Telegram says: , 'Middle Texas League moRuls , who met in this city yesterday confirmed the action of the pre- 1 -viou's meeting in regard to the personnel of the organization for the present season. There had been complaint filed with the league by Georgetown that it was not satisfied in being derued a berth in the body, and representatives from that city were present. It developed that Georgetown did not figure on blacing a team in the field, but merely wanted the franchise in order to sell it to another town. Ths did not meet with the approval of the members. It was contended by several of the team owners that last year the college city did not support its team and money was lost on every home game. On the other hand Taylor is making a great demonstration for organized ball and the fans there, according to It. 0. Burts who was given a provisional franchise, are ready to sign up with the financia...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 12 February 1915

fM''- ' '' :' ,,y,iMfcv-i''" ''' . yuf . ' 1 J. AND NEWS R,F &ATES, Editor and Proprietor BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEB. 12, 1915. $1.00 Per Year. VOL. XXIX. NO. 34 tnBnmmnn A CONFLAGRATION IN TEMPLE FOUND DROWNED IN A CISTERN A CHARGE OF CRIMINAL ASSAULT " -. ' ' ... '' .,fl . , , ... i. i.y y( ,' ' . t f lJJKjIl-tMMOIP 7 i .... ' "'.j .,..: '... w'.,.'A t ' " 4Hm ajk"Wr; ? vr S ., jr a O0p TsjF ... ";. s A ' ' JH m A Jk'MV fS IH lL m vV T$:ptiite : OVERDRAFTS MUST NOT BE HONORED. John S. Williams, Comptroller of Currency at Washington, re BASEBALL MEETING ON SATURDAY ;. J1L - i. Vk L -. i '&( w r ,. .... H - ''"- r H ;s .$r . .r. - . A RESPECTED CITIZEN IS GONE The death angel descended suddenly at 7 o'clock Wednesday night and plucked the spark of life from the enfeebled body of one of Bartlett's most sterling citizens Allen Duncan, Sr. For many months this aged gentleman has suffered with complications resulting from dis- eased kidneys, and his end came...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 12 February 1915

sf !i JtLt IV 'f '. sf m "mill m'nii'iu'ii WHY GET SICK? It is easier to keep well and costs you less The main thing is to pay reasonable attention to your diet, chase the poisonous secreations out of your system, aveid colds and grippes, and take an occasional tonic to keep the blood flowing properly through your arteries. You'll find everything you need right here at this drug store, and often a few cents will brace you up and put the Spring of life into you. Leather man Drug Co Bartlett, Texas The Tribune And News FRIDAY, FEB. 12. 1915 If airships continue to drop bombs on kings' palaces there will soon be a royal stampede for peace, Richmond Coaster. We never know how much we 'loved our dear ones until they have passed away. We seldom " think of each other until, per- haps, it is too late. Let us try scatter sunshine and flowers ilong life's pathway. We are informed that Repre sentative Haney is preparing a ill which provides for the pub- lication of all legal notices. The measu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 12 February 1915

" " It w v ;;' u ' . i; i ":' .: IV ., i V t fa ?v ( H: V- t&l; Heavy T&x Payments. County Tax Collector Halaey Davis reports January tax col- lections as to both ad valorem and poll taxes very heavy. Up to yesterday the office had not been able to issue all the poll taxes applied for by orders and to cast up the amount of money collect- ed for the state and county. There are about 6,000 poll taxes issued for 1914-16. There has been a 10 per cent penalty added on both poll and advalorcm taxes since February 1st, Commercial Notice I have the local agency for the B. M. A. A. of Austin, Texas, any one wishing to carry accident insurance will do well to see, me, B. Kollman, Bartlett G. W. Lynch Dead. 1915 Shoes for HORSES have arrived in latest styles. Bring Dobbin around. He'll feel better. E. E. BARLOW G. W. Lynch, aged 61, died at the residence of his daughter, Mrs, Dick Jessie, at 605 South First street yesterday morning at 7:35 o'clock. Deceased was one of the old Bell coun...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 12 February 1915

v " w nr "' - '" WJ t 5 I '' t Sir ,te & T p & -" v 5( r I r I TheTribune And News FRIDAY. FEB. 12. 1915 What's the uso of worrying over the war the moving pic- ture shows are still operating. The Tribuno is indeed gratified .at the manner in which our sub- scribers are paying their due?. This is a year in which dollars are a little hard to get hold of, buta a family can't hardly do without the home paper. We shall try our utmost to make the paper worth a good deal more than $1.00 a year. From different parts of the 'country come stories of a swin- dle successfully worked on farm- ers who thought they were going to get cheap groceries. Two smooth strangers are going thro communities taking orders for a a northern house, pretending to sell standard brands of sugar and flour so cheaply that every farmer visited took from $10 to J$5Q worth, and other things be- sides, Because of the low prices quoted, the flour and sugar had to be "paid in advance," It is said that in one commu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 12 February 1915

.4-VP a n, 'f I. u ', j r.. fc it R L p;. ( f t, i-r llSf" a w Br LOCAL.nd PERSONAL A. P. Czarwoitz made a busi- ' ness trip to Austin Wednesday. I Miss Lester Matthew was the Kuestof friends in Austin this week. Robt. Rowntree was n Belton 1 yisitor this week. John Valenta of Schwertner , was a Bartlett visitor Monday. Mrs. Veta Davis was in Hol- land this week on business. Miss Annie Jurecka is visiting friends in Schwertner this week. Perils of Pauline eyery Fri- day. Mrs. E. E. Barlow is visiting J relatives in Jarrell this week. Ace Wilkerson of Holland was here yesterday on business. . Mrs. Volney Reed of Holland was over Wednesday shopping. E. B. Bridges of Temple was here yesterday on business. Mr. C. Joyce is reported to be 1 quite sick with pneumonia. A. Duncan Jr., made a busines trip to Dallas Tuesday. Uncle Rufe Shaver of Jarrell was here Wednesday on business. Mrs. J. H. Brooks visited rela- tives in Georgetown this week. Messrs J. W. Killingworth and fad A. K. Welch o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 12 February 1915

i(5 i? f'ir r ? - ""7j V; .tfV?-. Wi Jtir- u l ' rc l v 4 F' aw t n r It Stands That when you are sick you need medicine; it also stands to reason, that you want what your prescription calls for; we keep that kind of medicines, not "something just as good." We don't believe in the latter saying when dealing with our customers, and with our long experience as a pre- scriptionist, we guarantee that your prescription will be rightly compounded, just what the doctor calls for, no more, no less. Our drugs are the purest and best to bo had. When you want Sundries of ANY kind, we are sure you will find just what is needed if you inspect our stock. We are not bragging in what we state here, but simply giving the FACTS. Become our customer during 1915, and be con- vinced that we mean what we say. CONDRA & BLAIR UP-TO-DATE DRUG STORE The REXALL Store. Bartfett, Texas. LOCAL NEWS. W. P. Vernon of Holland was a Bartlett visitor Saturday. A. G. Winn made a business trip to North Texas this w...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 12 February 1915

'" HIGH LIV1KG IN RURAL CARRIERS . ASK BETTER ROADS THE BANNER CROP STATE THIS YEAR wyHinmiii ':): o . THE CAPITOL 1 1 'nm MU wMfii ' m ?: i p K L T. , - 14 t' ' V. ibi !' k u Austin, Feb. 6. A matter of much Interest was sprung in the House of Representatives today When the emergency appropria- tion bill of $720,000 for various deficiency items was engrossed. One of these items was "$1,500 for Governor's Mansion, repairs. etc." It was the "etc." that caused the sensation. Mr, Mid- dleton arose to speak on the bill and said that when he was a small boy he had often wondered what "etc." meant. He said the Comptroller furnished him the definition in the following sworn statement to the Governor from the Driskill Hotel: Dec. 12, Jan.l-To Punch $76.50 Jan. 1 Chicken salad 90.00 Olives 7.50 - Saratoga flakes 2.00 10 lbs. Almsnds ... i.50 " Coffee and Sugar.. 7.50 Mints and Lettuce 13.40 Five Waiters 12.50 Cooks and helpers 13.00 Mr. Middleton then said that he did not believe that the pe...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 12 February 1915

o t' 4 M Pv f, $ 'V, - 1 . rv ( J".1- . p u Is II' - ( " O" ' J V J o Mr t ' ' - - w BARTLETT, 1 EXAS, FEB. 1 0. To the Public: Wc have taken over the entire slock of the Walton Dry Goous Company and contem- plate a complete reorganization and in order to do this it is nec- cessary to reduce our stocks hence such drastic measures. VV. W. WALTON, Pres. GEO. HEMPLE, Vice-Pres. W. S. MILLER, Secretary and General Manager. 1 3 DAYS of ABSOLUTE SACRIFICE Every aurtidte ir our store will be pit on sale for less than marked cost and thousands of dollars worth of good merchandise will be offered for less than one half the former pride. NOTHING WILL BSD R.ESERVED. We have moved our Jarrell stock to Bartlett and combined all our interests under one roof and now This Enormous Stock of DepeodabSe Merchandise IS Be Distributed to Our Customers BARTLETT, TEXAS, FEB. 10. To the Public: We have taken over the en- tire stock of the Walton Dry Goods Company and contem- plate a complete rcorginazation...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 19 February 1915

wteii ' . V1 B I&3 V; iT.r? d s .. ( f it.. Jk' !" ' , awr iv-V AND NEWS I ;'. :l,,.R.F. CATES, Editor and Proprietor BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY, FEB. 19, 1915. $1.00 Per Year. VOL. XXIX. NO. 35 v! m. . ar i . v tie . r: v. 1 1 i ' : iU :v f v ':, rv, . 1 V r7w -''" K MARSHAL IDENTIFES THE ESCAPED NEGRO Our readers will remember an item in these columns a few weeks ago reciting the theft of a case of eggs from the depot, of the subsequent arrest of the culprit and his escape from the calaboose by burning a hole through the floor. Last Saturday City Marshal Dickinson went to Georgetown on official business and while en- gaged in his duties shown thro the jail by Sheriff Allen. While on this tour of inspection Mar- shal Dickinson recognized among the, prisoners his long lost egg thief Lee Turner. The recogni- tion was mutual. It seems that "Mistah" Tur- ner was desirous of getting be- yond the clutches of Marshal Dickinson and sought transpor- f nftnri hv mpnnn nf ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 19 February 1915

. H "t,. f ? IflU QJ-Ll ML r, !j WHY GET SICK? It is easier to keep well "and costs you less The main thing is to pay reasonable attention to your diet, chase the poisonous secreations out of your system, aveid colds and grippes, and take an occasional tonic to keep the blood flowing properly through your arteries. You'll find everything you need right here at this drug store, and often a few cents will brace you up and put the Spring of life into you. Leatherman Drug Co Bartlett, Texas I Henry Ford, the great auto- mobile manufacturer has putall of his employes on a profit-shar-' ing basis. Speaking of this in the National Magazine for Janu- ary, John B, Gorgan torsely re- marks; "Unable to .comprehend the fact that men labor, not only for themselves, but from ambition and he hope of better things for themselves, the Wall street angle is all awry, The ten million dollars that Mr. Ford put willingly and eagerly into the pay envelopes of faithful work- men will do more to promote gre...

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