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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 13 August 1915

w&fm&pf! . py? F 'tt1;1 a m AMMtoMMMiMft - fc?r r," "T" There Are As Good Fish In the Sea As Were Ever Caught But you have to know where to go for them. Same may be with lumber. In spite of the hard times, good lumber can be had at the right places. This is one of them and you will find it much to your advantage to give us your next order. You'll know why after you have used the lumber. UNDERSTANDS THE COTTON SITUATION MUTUAL LUMBER CO. Home Builders TheTribune And News FRIDAY. AUG. 13. 1915 We haye an idea that there must be a lot of people who don't like to work, because there are so many of them. u A Texas thiel has a mania for stealing pants. Let him come. We have fortified our- self with a wacon sheet and an empty flour barrel. V-J J This is the time of year when the financial scavengers of the cotton and grain markets take their pens in band, grab a desk blotter and joyfully prepare to "clean" the farmers. Whenever you hear a tight- wad yowling hard times, take notice ...

Publication Title: Bartlett Tribune And News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 13 August 1915

f ' Sjfx 2S i $& -v ?T, V ,i-V " NEW GOODS NOW COMING IN You can always buy from us anything you want at just a little bit LESS. Men's Palm Beach Suits now $4.50. Boy's Palm Beach at $3.50, Men's Blue Work Shirts, full cut 3 for $1.00. $2.50 Silk Shirt Waists 98c. $1,50 and $1.25 fleddy Blouse 98c. $2.00 Breakfast Suits, Skirt Jacket and Cap all for $1.00. 15 pounds Standard Sugar $1.00. 8 Pounds Royal Coffee $1.00. Walton Dry Goods SILOS We would like to tell you about our Silo. We can show you one in use. No hoops to get loose and therefore can not buckle and come apart, A splendid Silo and a price that is right. FAIRCHILD LUMBER CO. D. D. PAIRCHILD, JR., Manager LOCAL and PERSONAL Gasoline at the Gersbach-Wacker Co. W. E. Cox was reported to be "" quite sick this week, Miss Pearl Mae Izard is visit- ing friends in Wa xahachie. Bert Mitchell of Holland visit- ed friends here Tuesday even- ing, FOR RENT Six room resi- dence within one block of town. See Rowntree Bros. 9-tf y Mi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 13 August 1915

lV'. .; w. "" ft t It Gets Hotter than 100 sometimes, but you won't mind it much if you give us a call. WE HAVE GOT THE CURE FOR HOT WEATHER AT OUR FOUNTAIN. TRY US TODAY. You can depend on us for pure Drugs in compounding your prescriptions, also our long experience and carefulness in handling the prescription work should appeal to your best judgment, and be an incentive to have more of your work done at our store, We appreciate every cent you trade with us, and want you in our store whether you buy or not. The next time you have to buy something from a Drug Store buy it from us. If you live in the city we deliver at once any- thing you want. If in the country we send by mail. The Leatherman Drug Company (DRUGS OF QUALITY) BARTUTT, TEXAS LOCAL NEWS. The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Allie Shults was aick dur- ing the week. ,; Constable Lawler of Florence was here Saturday. Clarence Luckey, was brought home last Saturday from the Kings Daughter's hospital, where ha underwent a suc...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 13 August 1915

pJsA't-wiww r' .. ? ALL fr "V, o bv ' & 2&: & t, R, V w n Jt ' SUMMER MERCHANDISE AT COST AT THE- 6X3S Our entire stock of Readyto Hats, Shoes, Ladies' Skirts will be sold during this sale We must have room for the Wear apparel such as Men's and Boy's Suits, Pants, and Waists, Dresses, also Dry Goods, Notions, Etc., prices that will astonish the most skepticle buyer; goods which are now arriving every day. don't "rant" and rave? crying up our goods to the skies and W o cry o ff. or are we iter y 661 iot air for cold cask But we do offer you clean, fresh, up to the minute Merchandise at wholesale cost, and we do not ask you to take our word for it, come in and examine the goods unless your better judgment tells you too. Sale Opened Thursday Aygiist 1 2 and Will Last: 1 5 Days Only Ju W o h e any Bargains Shoes Men'a low quarters in all leading brands, such as Bates, Mayers, Honorbilt, Etc., $5.00 value $3.25 $4.50 and $4.00 vaues at $2.95 Men's Work&hoes in all leathe...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 13 August 1915

; -vT 5H? t l, '! -,k Pleasant Social Evening Labi Wednesday evening the - guest!' of Miss Dickson wero --honored with a social evening at .home. Refreshment b of iced watermelon were served at the close of the evening. Those who wero honored with the pleasures of the evening "were: Misses Rhoda Mao Stev- ens, Genevieve Farmer, Betty Kennedy of Mexia, Willie Bowl- ing of Temple, Mao Lynn Cox, Tina Jenkins Walker of Colum- bus, Fay Bryson of Liberty Hill and LaVerne Cates. Messrs. Wacker, Matthews, Krone and Dodd of Taylor, Grosse. Cates, Walberg, Daniels and Dickson. Early Morning Breakfast. One of the most enjoyable af- fairs of the seabon was had on last Wednesday morning when ing, when Miss Lottie Dickson entertained her house party guests with an early morning breakfast at Schwertner. At five o'clock the guests assembled and left immediately in cars. Those enjoying Miss Dickson's hospitality were: Misses Bowl- ing of Temple, Rhoda Mae Stevens, Bettie Kennedy and Genevieve of Mex...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 20 August 1915

,-t5 II AND NEWS ft. P. CATES, Editor and Proprietor BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUG. 20, 1916. $1.00 Per Year, VOL. XXX. NO. 10 THE COMPRESS BEGINS SEASON ftje f.6 : rt " The local compress, under the Supervision of R, P. Shoemaker, began its 1915-16 run this week with several hundred bales of cotton as a starter, much of the staple having been held over u from last year awaiting higher .prices. During the idle season many repairs and improvements "have ' been made, chief among them being the installation of an im- jfrovd oil burning apparatus for the boilers, which will add ma- terially to the capacity of the press and machinery. .. r Another feature is the addi- tion of wharfage which will ac- commodate three thousand bales above the capacity of last season. j Mr. Shoemaker completed his .. . force for the season on Monday , and anticipates a splendid sea- son's run, notwithstanding the . decreased acreage and the exces- sive drouth. A FINE SESSION NOW ASSURED The...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 20 August 1915

n i TIjeTribune And News FRIDAY, AUG, 20, 1915 at.,1. ' Faith of the World TlJe faith of the world is pledged . For the happy end. At the last all are equal; Take heart, my friend. Not true to life, say you, But how do you know- Does the scone laid in this world All the drama show? Wait! Though wrong be crowned Black evil still portend, The faith of the world is pledged For the happy end, Bartlett needs a curfew law and needs it mighty bad.- , Among the entente allies the English are said to be thick- blooded, the French hot-headed and the Russians cold-"feeted." After witnessing a "dansant" and banquet in one of the large city hotels recently, we are con- vinced that the "hoof" and '''mouth" disease has established a firm hold in Texas. A Bartlett young lady who re- cently sent away for a few items for evening wear, received by parcel post a dress, two pair of hose, a corset cover and three yards of ribbon, It only cost four cents to bring them here and they came in a thread box. J...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 20 August 1915

? 1 JT (?V ,"" V---K.5 "M ;. v" K TI.W ' .".l " 'vl' 1 j VB ' If V -v V J c j npr '..'. '"k VM. w ,x J B ,n - W U'"Vn 1"!v T? J v I yt- if J- f pVj. ft" ' Z MUCH OIL !N THE STORAGE TANKS The total amount of oil Btored in the coastal pools in wooden, steel and earthen tanks aggre- gates 5, 645, 000 barrels, according the Oil and G 8 Journal. Of liis amount 2,595,000 barrels are jtored in the Humble pool, with 1515,000 b rrels in earthen tank id 80,000 barrels in steel tanks. 10 Texas Company is carrying er u.uuu.UUU barrels in tnis ol. At the Spindletop tank farms are 1,431,000 barrels, of $ which 528,000 barrels is in earth en reservoirs and yu-i.uuu parrels in steel tanks. Sour Lake .ranks third in the . amount of oil held in storage with a total of 1,052,885 barrels, , A total of 285,000 barrels is be- ing carried at Saratoga, all of which aro in steel tankage. The t Jennings pool has 98,500 barrels in reserve in steel tanks and the r Thrall pool has 94,407 barrels in '. storacre....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 20 August 1915

W"' s-" '"jfW. 'X a O i r.t Af ,. ,a .' i. There Are As Good Fish In the Sea As Were Ever Caught But you have to know where to go for them. Same may be with lumber. In spite of the hard times, good lumber can be had at the right places. This is one of them and you will find it much to your advantage to give us your next order. You'll know why after you have used the lumber. MUTUAL LUMBER CO Home Builders The Tribune And News t FRIDAY. AUG. 20. 1915 "An interurban special tjoin' at ? k l?vl eivrnA vnTmrvyaA o TTrtVl naflv Greenwood t'day. Th' name o' th' driver wuz not learned, as he drove rapidly away after straigh- tenin his fender. Abe Martin. "There are persous so radiant so genial, so kind, so pleasure bearing that you instinctively feel in their presence that they do you good, whose coming into a room is like the bring of a lamp .there." Henry Ward Beecher. XTa Tintra o fnm ViftTra in iit midst who are so constituted that hard work makes them real a sick. But there are numerous...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 20 August 1915

w a o " 1j 3 Notice m fc t 1 , Iv JU in - - 'V m Belt W Kuler asks for a share of your patronage when in need of ' a first-class hair cut, or an up-to-date shave (one of easy kind). Try us next time. MMHMMHHMMMMi LOCALand PERSONAL Cresent Theater tonight. See Chas. Chaplin at the Cres- cent tonight. Mr. Standifer and family of Moody were here a few days this week, they were enroute to South Texas and were detained here on account of the rain. . , ' The Star Garage is Installing a gasoline station in front of " their place of business on East Clark Street. Don't forget 'the dance Mon- day night at the Casino. Miss Anice Jenkins who has been the guest of relatives and friends here returned to her home in Sealy Wednesday. FOR RENT Six room resi- dence within one block of town. See Rowntree Bros. 9-tf Will Bishop made a business trip to Waco Saturday. Mr. and Mrs, Stanton Allen and children were visitors in Thrall Sunday. Episode one of "The Black Box" will be shown at the.Cres- cent to...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 20 August 1915

S, 5S ! FWf." ' 1JM ii-v rv ' Jt.r . I" LV P a," -1 "Ms '4; iip C It Gets Hotter than 100 sometimes, but you won't mind it much if you give us a call. WE HAVE GOT THE CURE FOR HOT WEATHER AT OUR FOUNTAIN. TRY US TODAY. You' can depend on us for pure Drugs in compounding your prescriptions, also our long experience and carefulness in handling the prescription work should appeal to your best judgment, and be an incentive to have more of your work done at our store, We appreciate every cent you trade witn us, and want you in our store whether you buy or not. The tiext time you have to buy something from a Drug Store buy it from us. If you live in the city we deliver at once any- thing you want. If in the country we send by mail. The Leathering (DRUGS OF QUALITY) LOCAL NEWS. Miss Willie Bowling who has been the guest of friends for the , past few days returned to her home in Temple Wednesday. Mr. Chas Wilson of Oenaville was here Tuesday on business. On account of the heavy rain and win...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 20 August 1915

,$ m&" w ii "X i; O 1j ii 'J j BiwS It Pr Mi AGENT PREDICTS A MEXICAN WAR Aeroplanes Are been Galveston, Auk. 15-That fail- uws on the part of the United States to recognize General Car- ranzft will be tatamount to a war and, all factions will fight to the end at any attempt at political or armed intervention, is the aubatance of statements made by Gen. Nafarrate, stationed at Matamoras. .Ho said: "If there is to be war between Mexico and the United States, Mexico will not begin it, Car- tranza and his forces will resist io the end any attempt to inter- vene politically or otherwise and 'JLbelieye all other factions will join him," It was learned today that large bodies of Mexican troops are " Beinr hurried to the Mexican border along the Brownsville district, A New Deadly Gas. Paris. Aug. 15 -The French are now using gns bombs more 'deadly than any that have been 'employed by the Germans, ac- ' cording to a statement by Prof. Daniel Berthelot. the famous chemist, published toda...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 20 August 1915

m im t. 'i i , ' ' ,', i p , ' , N ii' i1"."!!' H , - . - - -, TO-DAY FRIDAY THE 20TH "THE BLACK BOX" Serial of 30 Reels Will be Shown every f riday at the Crescent Theatre --AND- CHAS. CHAPLIN ADMISSION 5c AND 10c Report terrible Conditions' President Ira A Prewitt of the Prewitt Hardware Company ia one ot the Taylor people return- ing Wednesday from Houston, Ho says there is no telling the havoc that has" been wrought at Galveston. Texas City is the nearest point that can be reach- ed, some twelve miles distant from the Island City. He says the damage in Houston is worse than the 1900 storm. Several Taylor people are in Galveston and nothing has been heard from them, as communica- tion is still cut off. The C. M. Still family and Miss Kate Sill- ure are among those from Tay- lor known to bo visiting in Gal- veston. Taylor Democrat, Central Christian FORD I 11 THE UNIVERSAL CAR ' wM , l ' I -J - MM frood. THE BIG DENSON GROVE MEETINGS On Friday, Aug. G, the good people of the Akes,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 27 August 1915

fl w1 (I' it. WJPJM' Wh&A AND NEWS fe.F.CATES, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDAY, AUG. 27. 1915. $1.00 PER YEAR. VOL. XXX. NO. 11 COTTON RISING TO A JUST LEVEL Qtefttftte. Li u hi 7 P-7!" NEW ASSOCIATION PROMISED BARTLETT Pursuant to a call issued on Tuesday, the business element of Bartlett met in session at the office of Mayor Stanton Allen to meet with D. D. Fairchild, Sr., and Mr. Seiders of Taylor. The gentlemen came here for the purpose of presenting to our business element the many ad- vantages and benefits to be de- rived from the organization of a local Building and Loan Associa- tion, operated by home people. These gentlemen explained to those present the object, the method and the benefits to be derived by every person who be- comes a member of this co-operative sssociation. 1 heir remarks were enthusiastically received by the large crowd present. Following several addresses tbv Drominent business men, the i meeting resolved itself into ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 27 August 1915

fwi ipwssBjyftf 7H,4Wr 5t.A v v 'I S4 The Tribune o And News c-y.-y;",1, t1 ,, FRIDAY, "AUG, 27, 1915 A newspaper is nothing more nor less than a clearing house for gossip, and the editor iB head janitor of the whole works. Carranza seems to be sur- rounded by a nice little bunch ot candy-sucking generals who are playfully dallying with his glorious whiskers. The German army in Russian 1 Poland is complaining that the rapid retreat of the Russians uoes not Olio w me uurumu unity an opportunity to view the beau- tiful scenery. German submarines continue to sink passenger steamers, not- withstanding the deluge of pro- tests. But so long a none of their torpedoes hit the fountain pen in the White House we are safe within the veil. At any rate 0. P. Pyle, the old soldier of the Belton Journal, has not yet humiliated us or our friends by appearing in his late style low-neck pants and high- water shirts. But our latch- string still hangs on the hair-trigger. The next time you get into a c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 27 August 1915

v.Wv .' yrl-"V3"ii4i!'j!;ftkt"y v t ,'Y')7 tz.t Ttvn l! u U ' o W i V :?'.. , ;,' .. Sr.; via:. pr Wy ES. ' i.V mr- H m, " Ife ( GERMANY SHORT OF WAR FUNDS Amsterdam, Auk. 23. At the secret conference of cabinet of- ficers, political leaders and infl- ential. writers, called by the Ger- man Imperial Chancellor before the .reassembling of tho Raich- stagf last Thursday to discuss the political situation, Carl Helferich, iecretary of the treasury, ex- plained that the new German war loan would completely ex- haust the empire's financial re- sources and that the increase in exchequer bonds would cause bankruptcy. Therefore, he ar- gued, it was needful to prepare for an honorable peace. Chancellor von Bethmann-Hol-weg, according to the same re- port, declared that the difficul- ties of tho empire were increas- ing, and adyised his hearers to use their influence to s6f ten the bellicose inclinations in Reich- Stag and the country, and to carefully prepare peace propos- als which would be...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 27 August 1915

wpi'f WfrgST.y ju - .. 5 o st r n; BS"- G .rfVffl vm 'fyl$ The Tribune And News FRIDAY. AUG. 27, 1915 We have a faint idea that the big war is only half over, It 1tf reported that Germany is carrying one million bales of cotton. The ptreets of Bartlett are at the present writing alive with a bunch of ill-mannered young up- starts whose parents should be subjected to a course in the pro- per method of raising little gentlemen. Salt rains is a new thing in Texas weather circles, A salt rain wa. reported in the state Monday night which is said to have extended as far north r3 Dallas, turning the cotton a yel- low color. Taylor Press. So far as we are concerned, we would just as soon see the cotton slalkB blown down as to see the cotton market "blown up." If there is any difference between the propositions our Biblical in- structions gives us no spiritual preference, It may be possible that many other towns are paving higher prices for cotton than Bartlett, but this old burg is followin...

Publication Title: Bartlett Tribune And News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 27 August 1915

BHSmJkMolLKKs'X r.'yt.TVf-WFipipii;: l-WFT W-1 i E5ESI Notice c: Bfe m t'tji M e. Zt t !c r P. m jj'fev & u ;; K 1 . , , u I Belk e Kuler asks for a share of your a hrst-class hair cut, or ..... easy kind). Try us next mszmEszsxssE&Ezssxws&mxssss&szzEnsatxzaxsamEsi LOCAL and PERSONAL Cresent Theater tonight. Dan Messer of Robstown was here this w jek. W. T. Tisdale (has returned from' a trip to East Texas. J. H. Bush and family are yisiting relatives in Leon coun- ty. See Chas. Chaplin at the Cres- cent tonight. Deck Leatherman was a Belton visitor Wednesday. - Mrs. Yarbough of Hillsboro wa3 the guest of her sister, Mrs. R-. F. Shoemaker the past week. There will be a grand ball at the Holland Casino Hall on Sept. 4. The public is cordially invit- ed to attend. FOR RENT- Six room resi- dence within one block of town. See Rowntree Bros. 9-tf R. L. Wilson of Oenaville was hsra Wednesday on Dusiness. Mrs. A. B. Manoy.and children of Parson, Kansas, are the guests of Mr....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 27 August 1915

wp.yWJV xi Z-t 'sBisy ,jijt ' i:;T' ki . ."( tfWr 1 MjI ST-"- Tquramw' TWwrjsy t "ej"iwi i' ? " B S frr & V r m ,- IV s !HV tf - n . 5' ' t V u "I, I It Gets Hotter than 100 sometimes, but you won't mind it much if you give us a call. WE HAVE GOT THE CURE FOR HOT WEATHER AT OUR FOUNTAIN. TRY US TODAY. You can depend on us for pure Drugs in compounding your prescriptions, also our long experience and carefulness in handling the prescription work should appeal to your best judgment, and be an incentive to have more of your work done at our store, We appreciate every cent you trade with us, and want you in our store whether you buy or not. The next time you have to buy something from a Drug Store buy it from us. If you live in the city we deliver at once any- thing you want. If in the country we send by mail. The Leatherman (DRUGS OF QUALITY) LOCAL NEWS. M rs. L. R. Morris visited rela- tives in Marlin the past week. W. R. Kennedy deputy sheriff of Bell county was here Friday busin...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 27 August 1915

l 1 1 A '' V ! 0. f. O aaS3 tf4 . Hn.vT T ' V V rtfi :' rW-' ttJMS CAN SETTLE MEXICAN AFFAIR If t he United States really de- sires to have the Mexican mat- ter settled quickly and to the beat i nterests of this country as , WWII IB lUKAItU, lll UUVCIIIIIIUH should let the State of Texas V V -J! lL u mtA van ttwmrsirl their ability in the days of long J ago wheivthey fought their way to independence from Mexican rule, and every time the United S "tates has had trouble with the Mexicans, the sturdy descend- ants of the border heroes have been eager ,to do the work, It isttnly a, short time ago that Texas became so aroused over the continued raids upon her territory by bands of "greaser" bandits and cut-throats that she determined to take matters into her own hands, and would have done so had not a government official been hurriedly sent from ""WaaViinrrf-nn fn ornrilo norninaf f hf , i.iwuinnivu 1,.1,-v bl....u. ...w action. r Jhe Mexicans do not fear the United States, but they have...

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