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

& The Tribune And News FRIDAY, JUNE 4. 1915 PROF. BRYANT CROP REPORTS IN WILLIAMSON THE "ZONE," THE PUYGRdUND OF THE PEOPLE OF THE WORLD NOW IN CHARGE AT THE PANAMA-PACIFIC INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION i J. f:. r Rv sv ft w No need to worry our base ball team is winning now. If the penitentiary system is not improved it will not be Gov- ern or Jim Ferguson's fault. When money begins to leave your town to help build other towns, there's a hard time ap- proaching. Poor mothers! The children are' again at home from school for a few months. In the mean- time the teachers are getting a well deserved rest. One of the most disgusting sights in the world is chat of a couple of married men with el- hows on a bar, discussing the conversational abilities of the women. The editor of this paper re ceived two days of much needed jest during the week Monday and Thursday, both legal holi- days and appropriately observed by the banks. We thank you, gentlemen, for the rest. The Mexican situation is b...

Publication Title: Bartlett Tribune And News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 4 June 1915

f , "' l y C ' f'4 :'' f-A' i fi - ''t ft, & KV . IF .t W ' t? '. k. r . 'j ', Iffi' K - 'f- v i m : ft Sti KV ESj " ffK"1 p; ;'Y t. K' ML J? fe U'f. LOCAL and PERSONAL Misses Sarah and Emma Laugh lin are visiting relatives and friends In Davilla. Rowntree Brothers will pay you the highest price xvr your oats. County Commissioner, N. i$. Vernon of Holland, was here Wednesday on business. For Sale-One 8 foot Sampson wind mill in good order, will trade for gasoline engine.- Oscar Bolding. Rev. J. P, McKenzie and fami- ly departed for their new home in Lake Charles La., yesterday. The Tribune regrets to see this esteem family leave Bartlett, as they have many warm friends here. Mr. Dillard Shofner, one of Killeen's prosperous merchants, was here Wednesday on business, accompanied by his son. Oat Sacks at store of Rowntree Bros. Hugo Friederich was in Dallas this week attending a meeting of the Ginners Association of which he is a member. E. L. Hardin was in Waco this Week on busine...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 4 June 1915

: --- --- x w 6M; 3 fcf ' i w .- r FEED YOUR MIND You cannot secure the best results from your physical exertions while your intellect is clouded by a disordered stomach or other bodily ailment. "That tired feeling" has a deterrent effect upon your every undertaking and unfits you for the ser- ious duties of life. The remedy is simple and inexpensive. A. re- freshing drink at our fountain will help some. Keep in touch with your druggist. He knows. Prescriptions a Specialty The Leatherman Drug Company (DRUGS OF QUALITY) BARTLETT, TEXAS LOCAL NEWS. Mr. C. C. MjMurray of George town was here Tuesday on business. Miss Ella Taylor of Aztee, i N. M.. is the guest of Miss Mag- gie Daniel this week. Miss Tay- lor was a school mate of Miss Daniel this year at Baylor. As I have my farm interests to look after, I will grind corn for customers on Saturdays, only Come to see me. W. J. King. Misses Irez Powell, Nola Bold- ing and Lilly Isaac returned home Tuesday from Baylor Col- lege at Belton, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 4 June 1915

iKV ' 'a . .. ... 71 1 Tc 11 r I Men! Buy Clothes Now! Our "Left Overs" will not be left over because no one can come to our store and see our VALUES with- out buying. We are always careful to state the Exact Truth in Our Advertisements This is why we always have a big run of business when we announce our price reductions. This whole community knows when we say our goods are Priced Very Low that this is true. Therefore, our left-overs won't last long. A few suits of Hart Schaf f ner & Marx Clothes all the correct styles, made of up to date material, worth $25 only $17.50 , Gloves Ladies Long Gloves, 16 button worth 75c to $1.00 at only 50c Per Pair Hosiery 25c, 50c & $1 a Pair Hats Only $1.00 to $3.50 Each IP&I I We wish every mother could see her boy in Dutchess Knickerbockers. They are such handsome, dressy littie garments; sturdy-ractically wear proof -yet beautifully finished and cut to drape freely and grace- fully, any size. 50c to $2.50 Underwear 10 dozen broken l...

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

'If a "s:i vr i vp ''"BJ, jj . ?"' &,., ,;. " .f Pt SHIPMENTS or MERCHANDISE ALMOST DAILY w Big lot of SHIRTS, SHIRT WAISTS and MIDDY BLOUSE just received, also HARY JANE AND BABY DOLL PUMPS, the latest and best. Just received 4,000 yards of NET, VAL and SHADOW LACES 5c to 50c per yard. Your Produce Taken Same as Cash. Highest Prices Paid. fc " ffV V v-'1 H r Walton Dry Goods Company nlMMi I BASEBALL RESULTS Middle Texas League STANDING OP THE CLUBS Played Won Lost Porct Belton 43 30 Schulenburg 40 23 Temple..". 43 23 Bartlett 40 19 Taylor 42 17 Brenham 42 12 13 17 20 21 25 30 .698 .575 .635 .525 .405 .284 AT THE CHURCHES NEXT SUNDAY First Methodist Church We will have our regular ser vices Sunday at 11 a. m., and 8J p. m. Sunday School 9:45 p. m. We extend a cordial invitation to all to worship with us. J. B. Berry, Pastor. After a six day tour over the circuit, three days with Taylor and three days with Schulenburg, in which they split even, our baseball team returned to the h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 11 June 1915

www-n'n wc h 'V '. ,- .f . X4 ' I .'. ... (I'll V t r" . .PJ wrv"' i. tf' AND NEWS ,-.rt f "p. .,f'.. '' ! B.:f, CATES, editor and Proprietor BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY. JUNE 11. 1916. $1.00 Per Year. VOL. XXIX. NO. 51 XP V, v'! . . .;.' . -'. am.!.-1" ,-. . 'iv vi -.; ,?n',.i. y . Mot .k t i tatft 'V. ETVV (.! f-'S IKW l? I-tf l 6H PETTY THIEVERY IN BARTLETT rtnvinrr fVio nnaf-",HfVmn1 fljlVB P''v a',L..-Ul...- nnJ'nnl-flt fhtnUnQ 4 have become busy in Bartlett. , During the! latter days of last 'week the4." business houses of JLa.wrence Brothers andjtho Bart- 'lett Hardware Company were. 'entered by burglars and goods valued at more thanjono hundred dollars were procured. At the Lawrence Bros, store the thieves simply pushed open the front door. They rifled the cash register of $3 95 and other articles of merchandise. The totaljoss has not been ascer- tained. 4 Ti&fBartlett Hardware Com- 9 litMIJCBfUW wiw-w... iV J,tfirM with a key from the front Annv f-ia nrfi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 11 June 1915

u a 'A. ki 5. V " FURNITURE We have jufet unloaded a Carload of Furniture consisting of Bed Room Suits, Iron and Brass Bedsteads, Chairs, Etc. Now Is The Time to furnishfyour home at Hardtime Prices. Bartlctt Hardware Company T. W. TALBOT, Proprietor BARTLETT, TEXAS The Tribune And News 8 FRIDAY. JUNE 11.1915 A satisfied woman is one who is absolutely sure ,that no other woman has anything nicer than she has. The Germans have taken Pret- zelso to speak. Now that they Jiave it what morel can be ex- pected, unless it be a beer joint and more pretzels. Are you willing to join the "procession in making Bartllett a better town morally, commer- cial! andtcivically? If so. the present is the time to get busy. Theoutlook; for a successful administration of the city's af- fairs is rosy. Let us aid our city government in making Bart- lett a,.better town in which to live. " At the Prairie View Normal from July 28 to 30, a congress of colored farmers will be held. All colored farmers who are in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 11 June 1915

' jfc 1 "c-t MwMNllariHi i .H i. CONSTABLE PURL NEGOTIATES STOCK hh: K nS--MIII1IIIIIIII''T, ,lfLiM n FARM MORTGAGES ARE IN DEMAND Temple, Tex,, June 9. -That Eastern financiers hold a high opinion of the Texas farm mort IHHIMHIIHIIIIIII lllllllllllllllMllilMllllllKa K ' - 1$ F f i .'- V :-f ONE CORPORATION THAT IS DESERVING Detroit, Mich., Juno 10 -The Ford Motor Company announced today it had increased its author- ized stock from $2,000,000 up to $100,000,000, and had declared a stock dividend of $48,000,000, payable July 1. A cash dividend was declared on the original authorized stock of $2,000,000, but the amount was not .made public. The stock dividend increases the holdings of Henry Ford, president of the company, by $27,840,000. The stock increase brings the issued capital stock of the con- cern to a valuation of $50,000,000. The remaining $50, 000, 000. it was announced, will remain in thel company 'b treasury," to be used as conditions may demand in the near future." Peach ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 11 June 1915

Iv m ri ''-fWn--r ' f v-.--.yv ! 4 r 3 Ib X' W wr Re. ( F M, ,J , V ft'' The Tribune And News FRIDAY. JUNE 11, 1915 Rifcht now ia the accepted time for all Rood men to join the army. Secretary Bryan is a peace ad- "i: vocate after our own heart. He seems to believe that the first in war is the first in pieces. The oat crop this season is put- ting many a dollar into pockets of farmers hereabouts. And this money is coming in at a time when it is badly needed. ' Pantor Russell says he wants to make the ministers think. He makes them think, all right, but it would not sound well to hoar ministers saying such things Houston Post. . What do you think of a saloon man or a bar-tender who will sell you his goods six days out of each week and put in ten hours on Sunday telling the public of your thirst and booz- ingtqualifications? Truck growers around Jackson- ville, this State, are complaining of the low prices received for to- matoes the present season. This seems strange in view of the f...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 11 June 1915

?, 9f WlJ'' 1" ?" r IMF " I S W ! i-f I rf I? inrrT'ri'vf-i'rl YW I t '' ' -& .'" . h ex W b LOCALand PERSONAL "wa Ms8 Ha Bo'ding who has ' Wl been teaching in ihe Dallas High " Schools returned homo yester- day from that city, to spend her fM vacation. Mrs., E. J. Fitzgerald and children are visiting relatives in Jowett this week. Dr. Sharp of Granger was here Wednesday on business. Oat Sacks for sale at Rowntree Pros. Mrs. W. W. Walton and Miss Mattie Lee Walton were Taylor visitors Wednesday. Mrs. Barton of Temple is the guest of her brother, Dr. and Mrs. C. M. Blair this week. . For Sale One sound bav horse 6 years old. Also one 12 horse power portable gasoline engine. Fred Breihan 2t Will Jenkins was in Taylor this week on business. Miss Lucy Mae Hastings of Uvalde, was the guest of rela- tives in Cameron this week. Miss Lucy will return to her home to- day. Rowntree Brothers will - pay you the highest price tor your oats. Merc Allen and Con Theis of Granger were here Wedne...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 11 June 1915

t t t' 11 ,B .. 4 n k FEED YOUR MIND You cannot secure the best results from your physical exertions while your intellect is clouded by a disordered stomach or other bodily ailment. . "That tired feeling" has a deterrent effect upon your every undertaking and unfits you for the ser- ious duties of life. The remedy is simple and inexpensive. A. re- freshing drink at our fountain will help some. Keep in touch with your druggist. He knows. Prescriptions a Specialty The Leatherman Drug Company (DRUGS OF QUALITY) BARTLETT, TEXAS LOCAL NEWS. Mrs. J. R. Moungerof Holland was the guest of Mesdames L. E. Bartlett and D, K. Leather- man the past week. Palm Beach suits made to measure at F. J. Pavels at $8.50 Be a Tailormade Man. E. J. Fitzgerald made a busi- ness trip to South Texas this week. Get your grain sacks and threshing coal from J. M. Allen All sorts of coal in stock. L. E. Bartlett made a business trip to Taylor this week. Palm beach suits cleaned and pressed at Pavel's. Mesdames Le...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 11 June 1915

u ' . SirtJ.hlKArtC W Jl riScvifKUr MGHHbk Men! Buy Clothes Now! Our "Left Overs" will not be left over because no one can come to our store and see our VALUES with- out buying. We are always careful to state the Exact Truth in Our Advertisements This is why we always have a big run of business when we announce our price reductions. This whole community knows when we say our goods are Priced Very Low that this is true. Therefore, our left-overs won't last long. A few suits of Hart Schaf f tier & Marx Clothes all the correct styles, made of up to date material, worth $25 only m ( $17.50 Gloves Ladies Long Gloves, 16 button worth 75c to $1.00 at only 50c Per Pair Hosiery 25c, 50c &$1a Pair IMjjJii Hats 0 1 $1.00 to $3.50 ach We wish every mother could see her boy in Dutchess Knickerbockers. They are such handsome, dressy littie garments; sturdy-Tactically wear proof v beautifully finished and cut fdWi e freely and grace- fully, an. W I 50c to $2.50 Underwear 10 dozen broken lo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 11 June 1915

S . V o - ', a ' SPECIALS FOR and TUESDAY ' l,V rtVf"1 " ' &"" ft f 4. B? tf. , iv P' ' r ki ' k ' s SHOES AND OXFORDS Specials for Monday and Tuesday 3.00 Mary Jane Pumps Black, Patent Leather at 2.50 Mary Jane Pumps at - 3.00 White Pumps at 2.50 White Pumps at Big express shipment old ladies C. S. Oxfords, 1.75 values at$ - Men's Sneeks - .$2.69 $2.10 $2:49 $1.98 $1.49 $1.49 36 in. Beach Cloth, 50c seller at 39c Cotton Crepes, Floral and Plain 25c values at - - - 161 -2c Big lot Embroidery and Inser- tions from 2 1-2 in. to 22 in. l-3off Few Pieces of Skirt Embroidery at ONE-HALF ALTO Ready-to-Wear Specials PALM BEACH Skirts worth 6.00 and 7 50 Monday and Tuesday - $4.00 SILK POPLIN Skirts worth lo.oo, while they last, (just a few) at $6.95 Silk Shirt Waists, (tucked) all white 2,5o values londay and Tuesday . - - . - $.48 Silk Waists trimmed in colors of Blue, Pink, etc. 2.50 values $1.48 White Lawn Waists, l.oo values 49c BASEBALL RESULTS Middle Texas League STANDING OF THE ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 18 June 1915

f JK& ' - JU AND NEWS R.P. CATES, Editor and Prciprietok BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY. JUNE 18. 1915 SI. 00 Per Year.- VOL. XXX. KO. 1 i-V " t j? t i OIL OPERATIONS BEING PUSHED 3 Operations in the Roun'i Rock oil field Pre being steadily push- ed, according to information re- ceiyed from that locality. The Anderson-Nelson well, the well of the Round Rack Oil Co,, now has a depth of 425 teet, and for (he past ten days the drilling has been through hard rock and ac- cordingly slow progr ss has been made. Several pockets of gas have been struck and there have been oil Bhowines since a depth ' of 95 feet was reached. It is is understood that this ii' company will locate two more wells on the Nelson letses in the near future, the additional wells to be near the present one. ' A cable rig is being used on the Daniell's well, located on the Isralson farm on Chandlers ' Creek, about one mile southeast of Round Rock Oil Company's well. The drillers have reached a depth of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 18 June 1915

fiSS IF . AT THE B ( i h H w I fl ' jH H H jH J. n. tSAKiNbb who has purchased stock in and is now manager of the WALTON DRY u agreed that this big stock should be sacrificed to the extent of $10,000.00 by July 1st, a: unrivalled, unparalleled, gigantic and mighty flow of bargains and a feast of values C known in local annals has been inaugurated; and such a magnificient carnival of price :u FECIAL NOTICE! To Sell the people of Baurtlett and within 50 miles, rich or poor, high or low, you Eire being confronted with the most wonderful bargain event you will probably ever be permitted to attend. The' mer- chandise $25,000.00 worth represents the produc- tion of America's best garment makers and the world's formost mills and manufacturers, and if yovi have never visited this store (WALTON DRY GODS COMPANY) let this be the means of bring- ing you here, you will at once realize and appre- ciate that this is distinctly a superior oit of the ordinery event, and one that is more important, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 18 June 1915

u i 'i " " ,-, L, , " , , - '" ' ., , ,:.. - - 1 fer b Ht 1 HHV K aHBMHBH Bb. i'K'W'JaM H H Jr flB A H BBT iVA MHH 1 Mvl I n., I G STORE tff I i i . i OODS COMPANY met with other stock holders and without a dissenting voice all at which time inventory will be taken and new year begun. To do as desired one Greatest and most sensational merchandise revolution the buying public has ever puttingand sucha jubilee of tremendous values were never before known in Bartlett. he 1 am or I wrmwrniHirugg m s in i 1 1 1 JlllJwiFn lmiSXMwmiWt& S !. p 3 essbss ssacsnA o C5 A PUBLIC SALE $25,000 WORTH of the World's Best Merchandise now placed on the altar of sacrifice. Not one reservation, not one piece, not one item left; all placed on sale for'your inspection and approval: I MEN'S WORK SHIRTS 50c Values go. at 75c Values go. at DS AT WALTONS he Bargain Firmament! r. :::::r :::::: 38c z:::::::::::::::::::r. 59c MEN'S FANCY NEGLIGEE SHIRTS 50c Value no on it JUG :.:::::::::::::::::::::: 59c :::...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 18 June 1915

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 18 June 1915

nT F 'f ELECTION TO VOTE ON AMENDMENTS TO BE HELD JULY 24 Ono of the moat important of the six amendments to the Con- stitution to be voted on in the geneial election called for Satur- day, July 24. is the amendment providing thut voters under cer-t-iin conditions may vote in pre- cincts other than their precinct of residence. A featuieofthe amendments is one providing for the creation of the "students loan" fund, to be created by the Commissioner's Court of a coun- ty. The various amendments in a synopsized form are bb follows: The amendment to section 2 of article 6 jot the Constitution au- thorizes qualified voters to vote in precincts other than the pre- cinct of their residence under certain conditions. The amendment of articles, section 2, of the Constitution provides that the Supreme Court of this State shall consist of a Chief Justice and four Associate Justices, describing their qualifi- cations, tenure of office and com- pensation. The amendment to section 9, article 8 of ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 18 June 1915

S9BRSE J -,, :. '.! iP 8 1, - i s-.r t 11 M The Tribune And News J FRIDAY. JUNE 18.1915 The hum of the thresher sounds good in this section. May the price of grain also sound good. The people in the Bartlett country are feeling good over the bright prospects for crops. Let us hope that there will be no cause for any other sore of feel- ing"' The Tribune is for Bartlett all the time, notwithstanding its motives are often impugned by some uncharitaole, petty-jealous human "cash registers" whom it fears not. Don't forget the coming re- vival meeting to be held in Bartlett. We all need it some more than other0. Get thyself in readiness. Prepare to take thy medicine. Tillie Clinger says she never appreciated what was meant by living in glass houses until she discovered that her new room was over the parlor and hud cracks in the floor. The Houston Post is making a campaign apainbt fishing on Sunday. Some people consider it very wicked to fish on Sunday wnen there is a ball game to go to. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 18 June 1915

UK- d. re y !- v if'JB' V D - V 3 - w i! . f jmi KM flt !' '. ' Vj, 1 V" " """ ' "'iinwui LOCALand PRSONAL. Mr. and Mrs. Diramitt Whit- low and son viBited in Austin Monday. Oat Sacks for sale at Rowntrec Bros. W. V. Irvin was in Austin yes- terday on business. Mesdames Fitzgerald and Brown returned home Wednes- day trom a visit to relatives at Jewett. For Sale-One sound bay horse 6 years old. Also one 12 horse power portable gasoline engine. Fred Breihan 2t Mr, and Mrs. Dimmitt Whit- low and son, attended the funer- al of Mr. Dickinson at Holland Wednesday. Olan Ake of Taylor was a Bartlett visitor here Wednes- day. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hughes have rented the Whitlow resi- dence or. Clark Street, and will occupy same at once. Rowntree Brothers will Day you the highest price for your oats. John D. Blair was in Belton Monday on business. Threshing Coal, the cheap kind, as well as Montevallo. J. M. Allen, the Coal Man. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Blaske ot Pecan were in town Wednesday shopping. M...

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