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

"&ir-t r N , AND NEWS 3lJ.Sffl H n . r h" n r ih R. F. CATES, Editor and I SUNDAY'S CHURCH ATTENDANCE. Following is report of four of fche congregations for Lord's day February 15th. 1914. CENTRAL CHRISTIAN CHURCH SuiJay school enrollment 77. Present 70 being more than 90 per cent. Number of members 0i the church present in the Sunday school 26. Number from the Sunday school attending morning wor- ship 60. About 80 per cent of Sunday school enrollment. Total number in attendance 110 mem- bers 43. or 66 per cent of enrolled membership. At the evening worship there were 70 present 30 of the num- ber being members of local church, the church has a total enrollment of 65. BAPTIST CHURCH ' Bible School Church members present, 58, per cent of members present, 36 1-4. Total present bible school 113. Church Attendance. B i b le school scholars present, 97. per cent of school scholars present 86. Church members present 116, per cent of church members present 73. Total present at church 1...

Publication Title: Bartlett Tribune And News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 20 February 1914

-( L. ft.. it, M fc w 1- The Tribune And News FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1914 Whv is it that Bartlett cannot get a reduction, on insurance rates? Of course, we all know. It's because we do not want it. NEW CHURCH FOR CORN HILL The tanro dance is Rood for one thinir, any way,' and that is to indulge in when a person goes to hell, to kuep his feet from burn- ing on the bottom. T,he, prohibitionists are back to the old convention system of nominating candidates. Like old-time religion if- it's good enough for our fathers, its good enough for us. Let all who favor and are in- terested in a bigger and better Bartlett. a more beautiful Bat'tlett and a more harmonious Bartlett attend the next meeting, enrdll as members and get into the work of the Civic League. The fashion journals say the bustle is coming back .and will soon be a part of every styiishly dressed woman's wardrobe. Old papers for sale at this office. Honey Grove Signal. It seems that the people of this day and time are not in sear...

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

Central Christian'. Church, mpr B' m r w "mm Cell Drop Cotton and Corn Planter !..'- 1914 The planting device is changed on above planter this year. We plant cotton seed with a plate with holes or cells in it, this method plants seed in an arrow drill PREVENTS BOUNCHING-saves labor in thinning. Saves seed can plant from 15 to 38 pounds cotton seed per acre by changing gear wheels, which can be changed in one minute. This is a great improvement in cotton and corn planting. The above are some of the new features which we will be pleased to demonstrate to anyone whether you are in the market or not. TOKES-BLAIR HARDWARE GO. Expecting a great day in our Bible School. Morning worship at 11 o'clock. Theme "The Purpose of the Church." Evening Theme: Will be Evan- gelistic. Splendid music by a faithful choir. Gospel sermons. Come be with us and on time. NUGGETS FROM THE MINE One man in the front of the auditorium is worth two in the rear. A true life never Beeks re- venge but ignores all pe...

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

HMMUM Political Announcements The Tribune is authorized to announce the following candi- dates for office, subject to the action of democratic primaries: ' '- R Metz "22" Roadster BELL COUNTY. For Supt. Public Instruction: P. L. Stone. J. S. Morgan For Tax Collector: Jake D. Nelson. I. J Jennings Hooper Cook For Tax Assessor: Ernest L. Watters 1, it. M i ' o Price $525 F. O. B. Here. You can't enjoy your car if it "eats its head off" in use of gasoline, and lubricating oil consumpt- ion, repair bills, etc. BELOW I QUOTE ACTUAL MILAGE FIGURES UNQUALED BY ANY OTHER CAR. IT TRAVELS 28 to 32 miles on one gallon gasoline, 100 miles on one pint lubricating oil, 10,000 to 12,000 miles on a single set of tires. Its gearless transmission entirely eliminates gear troubie. LUCAS ROWNTREE Agent Bell and Williamson Counties The Tribune And News FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1914 A Short Sermon. For Commissioner. Sunday was "everybody go to church" day and while the spirit of the day was fine, and those a...

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

'rrrsTrrrTTr: 4 -. ri- INCUBATO RS We have in stock SAFETY HATCH INCUBATORS from 120 to 270 capacity. v SAF ETY HATCH, Best in the world, in Quality and Price. i Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money , f Refunded. StDke-Blair Hardware Company LOCALand PERSONAL Born, to Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Bridges a girl. A high class concert Monday night. Popular prices. The new picture show is a dandy. Have you been? See Stokes-Blair Hardware Co., " for one of those incubators. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Louie Peschel the 10th, a ten-pound boy. ' All the sick of Bartlett and vicinity, are reported to be im- proved. Cell drop cotton planters at the Stokes-Blair Hardware Co. Messrs Ed Ford, H. J. Scharn- berg and A. C. A. Braun made a business trip to Dallas this week. Mrs. J. P. Hairston visited Mrs. J L. Bowling in Temple during the week Stokes-Blair Hardware wants to sell you an incubator. See them. M. 0. Kuler has returned from the Temple hospital, greatly im- proved. Mrs. A. M. Garrett, and sister, Miss Hu...

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

., -W Any able bodied man can save money but few men possess that characteristic advantage of making every dollar soent brine them the greatest possible returns. According to the weather pronhet we will have much Winter vet. . ?4 - m I We are making SWEEPING REDUCTIONS ON WINTER NECESSITIES IN DRY GOODS. I ' ,4 i IF YOU HAVEN'T VISITED OUR STORE THIS The Value of Drugs Quality vs Price The value of drugs should be measured by their quality and not by their price. Good drugs are something expensive. Cheap goods are apt to be still more expensive, because poor drugs are worse than worthless they are often harmful. We sell only good drugs the kind that are effective in h curing sickness and disease. the highest, for we buy only the COND RA Up-to-date Drug Store THE REXALL STORE LOCAL NEWS. f. L, Langston. remembered .Tribune this week. 3hn Bird of Granger was here week on business. LiV-VER-LAX, the liver regu- r, Ask Condra & Blair. falter Miller of Florence, was re Saturday. Condr...

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

ft A 14 i". rv- fv.. Bock Island 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 plann- 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- mentingy why not use a Rock Island Chief Planter? Then prosperity will surely follow. A SHARE OF YOUR BUSINESS WILL BE APPRECIATED. THE BARTLETT To The PabYlc This is a circular letter andia offered to, every uewapaper in the county, for the information of those interested. 1. .The commissioners' court meets regularly on the second Monday in each month. Those having business with the court should come not earlier than Monday afternoon nor later than Tuesday. Many useless trips to Georgetown are made by men ...

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

"f ' I) 10! t'S t $S i I . l ESS! BK9liS3i 'his i HiEHSs way? J!mMJ8&ArJMm , SShiwb nuwnv TTirr vs?3srr,!)sj'v. jflvr-tscM r IMfttT X MI figwsssi ,i rass) v: jv. r fs5ffe ' 1 l,lH,te iitiblii i fciSi s the Hardest Thing on Earth to Do But You Can Save Money by Buying FROM JWi 111 bjjjiabiS Lr Kij)'fl 35 1 ifliMmjm nyi6v ak" . .'n-v-r?i.Mci1 j, TWS& 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 v $3.00 $5.00 BLANKETS will be closed out at only 32.50 $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 $2.00 COMFORTS will be closed out at only $1.00 . Come Early and Get First Choice Final Reduction on Boy's Suits and Overcoats 65 CENTS ON THE DOLLAR. $10.00 SUITS for only $...

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

"Wi 0 swift tjttje n-J v ic AND NEWS V R.F. DATES, Editor and!. PftOlPBiETOE BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEB. 27, 1914. $1,00 Per Year. VOL. XXVlri. NO. 31 l, . fiB nc . MRS. MATHIS BURNED TO CRISP. TfSThe Tribune. On February 17, at her home ear Lott, Mr. Mollle Mathis, .Wife of J. B. Mathis, who for- merly lived near Bartlett, met a horrible death. She was attend- ing to the family washing when her clothing caught fire. Her ? husband was plowingabout three . fourths of a mile from the house. "" and was notified of the horrible accident by one of the little chil- dren, who ruBhed to him crying, "Papa, mama is" burned up." The husband rushed to the house and fotind several quilts on fire In one room, and in another room if wna Vila tolfrt oitfinc in n rnpkiner chair, her body burned to crisp. She lived only a short while. A husband and seven children Taurviveher. the youngest being i 11 months old . She was 38 years if age; was a member of the Methodist church from g...

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

H I m .,) I tM Novelties B' Ull II tl r. fi-nt I n a ! a m .3 .nltiirAnlAH tun iHnini- on you looking through our line of implements before buying. We are agents for two of the best and most durable planters on the irarket today. Rock Island Chief and Casaday and we gladly guarantee each of these to give the best of satisfaction. We will be glad to demonstrate the better qualities of both planters. A Trial Will Convince You. OUR AIM IS TO PLEASE ALL THE BARRETT HARDWARE CO. The Tribune And News FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1914 Friends are of two kinds; those we need and those who need us. Even the high cost of living does't seem to have any effect on the wages of sin. in It is a certainty that no one "can question Mr. Ball's efficiency as a corporation lawyer. Bartlett needs more side walks, and more, too it has several streets that should be opened up. Don't burn our bridges Jbe- hind you. On the other hand, don't burn them in front of you, either. Three aldermen are to he elected next Ap...

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

JFi 1 -t ' ir i mim'tmummwvtu9PKmmtgmmmP' Actual cost of making cotton dOkW V-& J namnmmmHmwimmmemmnmwwiwMmmmimnwnnymMt wmummi ''llMl'jll. .T1"".-"-": ' ' ;"j!??S'JS5SS5SiU'T?'!lJu;l!ii?i"'""Mi;""'''i"M'i" V 171. 1 Ar$S tirvn L v JLWf. SfflHSW" vtf Wp 4MkmmawB fcGr muG? J6f V If, " t o ' v L j Cell Drop Cotton : ;i, -. i y i tp H v -i The planting device is changed oh above planter this year. We plant dotton seed with a plate with holes or cells in it, this method plants seed in an arrow drill PREVENTS BOUNCHING-saves labor in thinning. Saves seed can plant from 15 to 38 pounds cotton seed per acre by changing gear wheels, which can be changed' in one minute. This is a great improvement-in cotton and corn planting. The above are some of the new features which we will be pleased to demonstrate to.anyone whether you are in the market or not. TOKES-BLAIR Athlectic Meet. - Prof. a,M. Porter of this city, athletic director of Bell County, has announced that the meet to be held in Tem...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 27 February 1914

-,, ,,- ' ?7v t .KT '.i j '.' .f-TBi"'. 'V.a.', iTV!-f V j '..r. y !': a w ' W- 'q '1 WJHK1 ." """" .e 't.UW Jfoi!a "f Political Announcements The Tribune is authorized to ,BI"! """pui""""""" "!" m niiiiiiiiMiiii ii Winn mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmfkm I t 1 ? 'I H I v i m r I ? . I r 1 i '7 I" MOVING PICTURE THEATRE Friday and Saturday, February 27 and 28 Great Wild Western Show Matinee and Night. Admission 10c and 20c. Fine show every night next week, admission 5 and 10c. COME AND SEE IT The Tribune And News i. - FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27. 1914 Go to church Sunday, Who is going to "roll the Ball" in Texas this year? The Tribune is glad to publish a news letter from Davilla this week, which is quite interesting and puts that little town into notice again" by the outside world. We hope to receive a message each week from there. The Tribune is not taking any issue in the coming pool hall election in Bell county, but if it is as claimed, that the ten pin and bowling alleys will follow in the place ...

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

I ' w ' r r 'X LOCALnd PERSONAL J, D, Slawson made a'business trip to Temple Wednesday. Dr. and Mrs. R. S. Sutton had as their guest this week Miss Lorene Stamper of Temple, Havo you seen the prize auto- mobile to be given away by "Rown tree Bros. Mr. J. V. Morris made a busi- ness trip 'to Georgetown Wed- nesday. Pick your candidate in Rown- tree Bros automoble contest. Mr. Barton Ramsey was in Bolton this week serving as a juror. Messrs R. B. Dickerson, Mose Cox, Herbert Cates, Noah Shultz and John Lawrence were in Georgetown Wednesday attend- ing court Extra re-cleansed cane seed at Rowntree Bros. Mesdames Ed Lawrence and 0. P. Belk were Georgetown guests Wednesday. Lost Scotch collier dog, finder will be liberally rewarded by by notifying E. Steglicb, or this office. Mr. and. Mrs Wade McGinnis visited at Florence last Sun- day. Everybody is Jan-a-Lacking now. Try a can it will make the old surniture new. For sale by Bartlett Hardware Co. Walter Freiderjch returned 'home yesterda...

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

?"!frr W,(? wmnwmamwKmmmmBMfmummmmmMmmmmmmmmmmm r IMMlMijjijiIlm im ii M iilijw.iiNjjimij;1iiimimwwiiiiiiii ..nullum m.i mimmmmmmnmmmmuimmi m'mmmmnnmmimmmmmmmmmmt mi mil wninniui ' lnnnrninri w n Pr av ahio hndioH spent bring them the greatest possible returns. According to the weamer prophet we will have much Winter yet We are making SWEEPING REDUCTIONS ON WINTER NECESSITIES IN DRY GOODS. IF YOU HAVEN'T VISITED OUR STORE THIS MONTH, COME NOW Ikoepke-brown company! The Value of Drugs Quality vs Price The value of drugs should be measured by their quality and not by their price. Good drugs are something expensive. Cheap goods are apt to be still more expensive, because poor drugs are worse than worthless-they are often harmful. We sell only good drugs the kind that are effective in curing sickness and disease. The quality of our drugs is of the highest, for we buy only the best that can be had. CONDRA & BLAIR Up-to-vdate Drug Store THE REXALL STORE LOCAL NEWS. Attrorney E. J. Mot...

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

' II m. W UGH TO THE SOIL WITH LEGISLATION TXAS FARMERS' UNION OPPOSES PROHIBITION v PRIMARY. BUSINESS MEN FORTHE1 LEGISLATURE. 1 . Jtort Worth, Tex. Tho cry of back iotlie soil haa been reverberating; from city to city for tho past dccau. ind rt now have an opportunity' if hastening this splendid moVo nent by getting back to tho soil with, both men and issues in this campaign, lad electing a Governor and xnem- fcera" of the Legislature who are jarra- m, or who are in genuine sympathy vifch their needs and understand thoii probloms. Government is tho most, poworfuj agency in civilization, but; Kfe fanner lias received less 'benefit y from it j has had less to do with its nanagement, and contributed more towards its support than any other llasa' ot citizenship. Agricultural Legislation Needed. Wo warit to submit for tho consid- eration of thoso who aspire to rop- fes'ent our commonwealth in tho ad- toinistrativo and legislative branches ti government, a policy ofneace and, toiffitruc...

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

,0911 "" ' '""'"IJ"""t'"""""" "'" ' "" " .' a-;...!... 11 .1 , , LJ. ' - -1 JJ' ' '' ' ' MmytorrJmaaKI&E3WHmmM mi MaJMBWl ti&h MHA VHMfe. ,4flte iP'Wll w JHflHBlHHHMiyQBlDaEFTTSHrHk jmKK mmm ra HPvi it I irHKftli ' Oly 6me into our store and our 7 lllllll WKfSM est y merchandise and out" ' M mPM GREATLY REDUCED PRICES will R, V Jp urge you to buy When you come in to f mftMsSSiS "look" you will be here to buy. We wjmmmMtmmmm r SBmflSKjSm U nilHHIHH iH H HH H offer for sale none but regular season- able goods; we do not ship in inferior stuff just to make our prices SEEM low. We think too much of YOUR CONFIDENCE and of OUR FUTURE. si!lgM T l GEaxKBsaajssfflSESJtBSKCSffisa c is&jsr sssiif JR81 IMiA Saepftur NEW GINGHAM Beautiful assorment of Spring patterns to , make your selections from. The colors are nKoftliAUt jnn YXT. U.. i.U.i J 1 1- ! .luoumreijr xuot. itc nave mem 111 uuuk fold and Bhort lengths. RED REAL, short lengths, fast colors 10 to 20 yards at peryardonly KSE...

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

i&f '' te B&tfMf Steiftttttje AND NEWS ra K-i.f j iu l. y . ft P.- CATES, Editor and Special Demonstration Train Coming President Lucas Rowntreo of 'Hetail Merchants Association, called a meeting of the organi- zation this week, at which special action was taken toward the entertainment of the special -demonstration train, which will arrive here on the evening of March 10. and remain oyer night. At this meeting the Casino Hall, was secured for the lecture on Tuesday night, and Mr. Roun- tree requests all who can possi- ble do so, to attend this impor- tant meeting. These speakers will have a messacre for lithe farmer his wife and his children and as the talks will be "strictly practical much information can be gained from these discussions. The train will be in Bartlett at 6:15 p. m. March 10th. Don't fail to visit it. Admission Free. Negro Burglar Sentenced Georgetown. Tex.. Feb. 27 In the District Court here today Ollie Payne, colored was given seven years in the Penitenti...

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

fWfpFTp T..., J-',"'?7 f y. , f -"fTT'll.-i v .V -p I :? ' nr aaass . - - . J I lU-silS-J ill Agricultural Train To Visit Bartlett On next Tuesday, ' March 10, an agricultural train will arrive here over the Katy. The train will arrive at 6:15 p. m. and re- main over niRht, leaving the next day at 10 o'clock, On Tuesdny night there will be a meeting in the Casino Hall where Hon. A. S. Burleson Visits Texas Home Austin, Texas, Feb. 28. Hon. Albert Sidney Burleson, now Postmaster General of the United States and for many years District Attorney and Congressman from thia district." spent yesterday here. He will leave about noon today for San lectures will be given, delivered, Antonio to visit his daughter, and illustrated by stereoptican Mrs. William Negley, and to fee views. This tram will be run in umicu iuuea senator, binaries co-operation with the Texas A. A. Culberson. While here he & M. College and Hie College of J had a protracted conference with Industrial Arts at Denton. A...

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

frt' rf5vW;Vpiijficf3?FvJsfw?W v ' ra.V)-" V J ' V . K r J. Newest Fabric Fashions y- v M..,m-Mt.,..Mnto.. I ... .. ' , ' ' -OF L'iMmmmM m Wk JH 0i J Are He A T NG AND FOR SPRI Nineteen Hundred While in the market we not only secured an excellent assortment of patterns Hats and taibred models but carefully studied the general trend of fashion. As a result we now announce this showing and to say that each customer will be given ' INDIVIDUAL ATTENTION . We invite your inspection for we know you are always in- terested in new and attractive Millinery. A splendid showing of alt that is newest and best for early Spring wear is now here in a wide variety of styles and prices. DRfSS SILKS Exclusive patterns in dress lengths. Beau- tiful designs in Jacquards, Messalines, Crepe de Chine, Crepe Meteor, Taffetas and a com- plete line of solid colors. The prices will be a pleasant surprise. SILK AND LINEN MSXTURI A large variety of patterns and designs in all the new weaves, Brocaded Crepes, Pl...

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

fmrr'' !; - ' , w m.?t7" r S52 U fr K w Cell Drop Cotton and Corn Planter 1914 jMftSSsam-m' 1,1-1 iunWSf The planting device is changed on above planter this year. We plant cotton seed with a plate with holes or cells in it, this method plants seed in an arrow drill PREVENTS BOUNCHING-saves labor in thinning. Saves seed can plant from 15 to 38 pounds cotton seed per acre by changing gear wheels, which can be changed in one minute. This is a great improvement in cotton and corn planting. The above are some of the new features which we will be pleased to demonstrate to anyone whether you are in the market or not. STOKES-BLAIR HARDWARE GO. The Tribune And News FRIDAY, MARCH 6, 1914 Clean-Up Day. The State Health Officer has designated Tuesday March 10th as "Clean Up Day" for Texas. Gn Monday nfcht the City Coun cil of Bartlett set aside the same dsy aa "clean up day" for Bart- lett Pride alone ouRht to induce each one to do what he can to keep our town from being an eye- sore on accoun...

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