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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 17 September 1915

Jk v rP.., .,, "3 4 'j "Ov" "j s J o "A i Mtx.K-.a ii i A. . jk M 'iltmSfi ' fc a : . - P'..' 1 b w pV Hi - if ft a The Tribune And News FRIDAY, SEPT.. 17. 1915 Bartlott continues to lead as a itton market. k Plant your surplus trone in Jartlett, instead of running off rafter false gods, ASjto what the outcome of the cotton crop will be has put the experts to guessing, But let us hope that all will be well. More oeople get on and off the cars in Bartlett than in any ot- her town its size on the Katy railroad. Notwithstanding we have no commodijus brick hotel to accomodate them, What would it be if such were the case. " We still have a few men in Bartlett who sit around on the street corners from daylight till dark growling about the town, lftiatreets, their neighbors their rand the weather. Thank i&thtit we have onlv a few of (j"!" nem nere. on Tti nnmmnnttnM Mi t tAAA1lf ! All UUlillUUtlllllK Vl 15VCIU squib in the Tribune relative to good old sorghum molaases, our good fried, ...

Publication Title: Bartlett Tribune And News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 17 September 1915

iit iK ' '. J;, ' w . ittBw&rwv im')"TS.w;v r .'' f. Q l u ol - fir IT- srw fef!!' - !.'!, -ULiiJiJ. '...-I.KJg.'l'lily The Women's Part of Fair Is Feature , One of the greatest features of ;the forthcoming JBell County Pair will be the women's depart- ments, including textile, culina- ry, canning and preserving, dai- ry products division, historical, curio and relics, art. the decora- ted auto and vehicle parades un- der the provision of the ladies, the floral department, the health exhibit, the arts, crafts and in- terior decorations division, cot- ton modeling, the women's ex- change, labor saving devices, etc. , The greatest interest is being manifested by the ladies of the ' entire country over their divis- ions and the exhibits bid fair to far eclipse all showings at any exposition in the State, not only "in the matter of quality but also in the vast arrays tha will be .placed before people to view. There will be comprehensive displays of all that is bpautiful and inspirin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 17 September 1915

r,'i ssjia1' MjS - ,.- -wv, o -J. o If Or 3 ,1 " f aaw' " " rfiffff . , . t 5 K, n The Tribune And News FRIDAY, SEPT.. 17, 1916 Bring your cotton to Bartlett and be happy. The enrollment of pupils of , Bartlett HigFSchool was 357 on the opening day, the largest in the history of the school. The faculty and the board, as well as 'the entire citizenship, are very much enthused over the outlook of our school, and we truEt there wiil not be a bingle disappointment About the next worse person than the character assassin is the one who makes a practice of whispering about over the com- munity that "So-and-So, is about to go under, financially." Dont 0 do it, for just such gossip has helped wreck many men. It's bad enough, if true, to tattle it, much less if it is a fabrication. With the advent of Hon. Jno. D, Robinson, present district judge, into the political ring for Congressman, will make a change . in business all around in the po- i litical affairs of Bell county for 1916. IE all re...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 17 September 1915

q u u I ft & it . I m m- N.; W v FAIRCHILD LUMBER CO. "THE HOUSE OF QUALITY" We always hnve in stock the very best building material that money can buy. We are strictly a home concern and this coupled with the fact that we give you the highest .quality of Building material for the lowest possiblp price, is the reason we ask that you to trade at our yard. We are always glad to figure on estimates, and further we always have time to make suggestions as to how toarrango your house or barn, how to finish floors and interior wood work, we Btudy the building material business and the demands of our trade. Carpenters and Painters alwas on tap. D. D. FAIRCHILD JR., Managr PHONE NO. 3 LOCALand PERSONAL Born, to Mr. and Mrs. A, S. Hawkins, a boy. L, W, Robinson, one of our valued readers, is among the list of "immortals" this week. Did you ever try Nowotny's cidgr; it's good. Tax Collector Nelson of Belton will be in Bartlett Oct, 22 and 23 for the purpose of collecting state and county t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 17 September 1915

3 0 ' ! a M ? v : yi ! School Opened September 13th I and again we will handle all the text books that will be used, to-' 5 gether with pens, pencils, tablets, jj and all the necessities tnat are re- a quired in the School Room. All School Books will be sold Strictly for CASH. . COME TO SEE US. The Leatherman (DRUGS OF QUALITY) LOCAL NEWS. Sheriff L. 0. Allen of George- town was here Tuesday on busi- ness. Big bargain in 21 jewel Elgin J18 size watch, 20 year gold filled "fiase only $20 at Hempel and -."Whitlow. s W. H. Homeyer, one of the directors of the Bartlett National Bank, was here Tuesday from Walburg on business. Mr. Ho- meyer says that cotton conditions are not much encouraging in his 'section. Money to (oan on central and south Texas land. H. E. ' Wood and D. U. Young of Granger. Sheriff Scarborouge of Lee u - County, was here Mondy on "-. fficial business. " Bargains in watches, 7 jewel movement in solid nickle case for only $3,50 at Hempel and , Whitlow. ' C. C. Bailey ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 17 September 1915

THeTi IPS ?rfeVr; - ';" 'VWWT tTv "FfTif r,i' zwy?- 'j .j U i j w ,. a u fl M 5 THE BARGAIN SALE STILL ON Biggest Sale Ever Held in Bartlett 'WTtVft' Wr 6 '- fifc , E -v 1." & s- TO $25,000 Worth of Hardware and Furniture to be Slaughtered BIG MONEY RAISING SALE Our entire stock of Hardware, Implements & Furniture, Harness, Saddles, Buggies, Wagons & Stoves, Crockery, Guns & Bicycles, Cuttlery Enamelware, Chinaware, & all Shelf Goods goes on sale, nothing reserved. Below we mention a few of the many bargains that will be found here during this sale. Kitchen Furniture - $32.50 Kitchen Cabinet, during this (00 Kfl $25.00 Book Case, a beautiful design during this sale, at $18.50 Book Case, a good substantial case, during this sale $32.50 China Closet, a beautiful design, this sale, only $15.00 China Closet, cannot be beat any- where in the State, only STOVES $50.00 Bridge & Beach Range, the T4fQ7 Cf best made, only , IDO I UU ... o. $65.00 Coles Hot Blast, value...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 17 September 1915

vs fc it mssaBsmeBBSBmmtam CTo Suttl9ckl Day. Do you remember that Sund y the 26th la "Go To Sunday School J)ay"?v And do you know that rta that dav we want everv citi- itn in Texas to be in Sunday 8hot. That includes you, let 08 iee if Bartlett can not have a large per cent of her citizens in Sunday School and church on that day than any other town in the state. Go to Sunday school and see what the regular work of the Sunday school is. In behalf of all the church, J, C. Rhodes. Dis. Pres. 599ESE ji While Ed LaURhlin and fumily and Mrs. Geo. Montgomery were tl tfoing to church services Sunday night in a surrey, their horse became frightened and attempt- ed to run away, when Mrs. Montgomery leaped from the ve- hicle, and sustained some very painful bruises. Nliht Mice Alri - The city council has done the proper thing again, and that is in the way of installing a night policeman alarm, or call, which is located next door to the Bart- lett National Bank. It is in the form of a small te...

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

AJP Li AND NEWS R.F. CATES, Editor and Proprietor BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDAY, OCT. 1. 1915. S1.00 Per Year. VOL. XXX. NO. It . i i a V h II , ' fi r A Complete Stock of Fall Merchandise Awaits You Here We are ready and anxious to show you the new things for Fall. Every shelf, counter, case and cabinet is full of brand new merchandise. The tide is in. We've been busy unpacking the largest and Women's Misses' and Children's Coats We have surpassed all pre- vious efforts in our showing of Misses' and Children's coats. Seldom would you find as large a collection of stylish, up-to-date garments in a town of this size. The prices are as low as you could 'find anywhere re- gardless of wheie. We invite comparison of prices and values. ft items and Prices of Special Interest Best Sheeting 21c Yd. The best grade of Sheeting either bleached or unbleached, 81 inches or 90 inches wide. Per yard 21c most attractive stock of dry goods and wearing apparel, that we've ever seen in ou...

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

Wlf fe Mm m Prices Slashed Still Deeper Our Slaughter Sale is still on in dead earnest. You lose money every day you miss our Big Bargain Sale for our goods are going fast. People are coming from neighboring towns and going home loaded with our goods. Below is a partial list of our Heavy Hardware that we have to offer you at the lowest prices you ever heard of for these brands of goods. Q P it' B f PETER SHUTTLER WAGONS Three inch Narrow Tire Complete, during dJOfl flfl this Bale at only. (DOU.UU Three inch Tire, Gear Only, during this sale at only Three inch Tire Complete, during this sale at only Three inch Tire, Gear Only, during this sale at a low price of 3 1-2 inch Narrow Tire Complete, during this sale at only 3 1-2 inch Tire Chmplete, Gear Only, during this sale at only 3 1-4 inch Truck Complete, during this sale at only 3 1-4 inch Truek, Gear Only, during this sale at only Iron Wheel Truck, during this sale at a bargain for only 62.50 .87.50 .62.50 .87.50 67.50 67.50 .47.50...

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

mw ' w I 1' IV IfV, i ) -J-r mc PROGRAM OF " BELL COUNTY FAIR TEACHERS AND TRUSTEES BELL CO The following is the official program for tho different days of the Bell County Fair, to be hld at Midway, Bell County? Texas, between Belton and Tem- ple, October 4th to 9th inclusive. Monday, October 4th, Com- mercial Club Day, Belton-Tem- pleDay. Bell County Day, Gov- ernor FergUBon Day, Press Day? Peace Day Gov. Ferguson will open the Bell County Fair, Bell ' County being his home county. Everybody in the county is on the reception committee to meet the State's chief executiye on the grounds. "Tuesday, October 5th German Day, Bohemian Day, Cameron, Rogers. Taylor, Rockdale, Buck- holts, Holland, Bartlett, Granger, Heidenheimer, Rosebud, West- phalia, Lott. Little River. Sparks, Troy, Eddy, Waco, Hillsboro, Waxahachie, Dallas, Pendleton, Moody, McGregor, Crawford. Valley Mills, Clifton, Cleburne, and Fort Worth Day. Wednesday Oct. Gth Woman's Day. Home Industry Day, Mc- Lennan, Coryell, La...

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

i.A- m mtmtm -V. ; II II rfl III .rwa mil Hi1) Mli Milium SCHOOL BOOKS, SCHOOL SUPPLIES Again we will handle all the text books that will be used, to- gether with pens, pencils, tablets, and all the necessities that are re- quired in the School Room. All School Books will be sold .Strictly for CASH. COME TO SEE US. The Leatherman Drug Company (DRUGS OF QUALIFY) BARTLETT, TEXAS - LOCAL NEWS. Miss Martha Shrock is among those leaving for school this kwebk, She having entered ?uthwestern at Georgetown. Nbwotny's store is now next )r to the Necessity store. Ghas Cowsert has gone to en- &r Southwestern at Georgetown the coming year. See the great serial "The Black Box" every Friday night i at the CrescenjTheatre. Miss ErlineJoiner will leave Sunday for Thrall where she will jh in the High School the arning term. largains in watches. 7 jewel cement in solid nickle case inly $3.60, at Hempel and tlow. 9'per, Stafford and Volney of Holland were here Mon- sn business. mt 1 orcet to crive...

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

Wr TO -! uMllWlfeaBnMa r- Cv. Bartlett School News From Superintendent. We have nn increase in enroll- ment flinco opening day, Septem- ' bar 13th, of 42, bringing the total enrollment to date of 399 students. Wo will not have a red letter day when we reach the 400 mark, but wo are making plans for a demonstration when we reach the BOO mark. Mer- chants look-out as you want to begin to make preparation, es- pecially fruit merchants, for us. of course, you are going to roll your barrels of apples, etc., out on the streets or pavements , when we go marching 500 strong up and down the streets br pave- ments. We are anxious to reach the mark set. Help us, and we will get to eat your good things, " 1 am well pleased with pro- gress of each grade and teacher, and trust will be better pleased When we have the monthly test liext Thursday and Friday week, and find all boys and girls with creditable grades marked on their examination papers, I am delighted to hear so many splendid reports fro...

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

W " -'"" m.i .1, ., ., , . . . irmjtmrmm ; M , . . ' " cs -- ' ''------ immmmmmmmmmmmmmmtmmmmmmmmm U . , ! MWmmm A. B. KENNEDY NOT GUILTY SODA WATER k w R- We are still making it as good as we did before. Our business is getting better every day, the reason for that is the public is finding out that we do just what we say we are doing, there is nothing better than a good bottle of Soda Water if its put up the right way, we use every effort to put it up as good as can be had anywhere. Soda Water is a food as well as a drink. Our plant is sanitary in every respect. Call phone number 46 and let us send you a case of assorted flavors. THE BARTLETT BOTTLING WORKS u BRAUN & ZANDERS, Proprietors. PHONE 146. The Tribune And News , FRIDAY. OCT.. 1. 1915 m Stet Wirt nn r To Sunday School Day. Let every citizen in Bartlett remember that next Sunday is "Go to Sunday School Day." If you are even a little interest- ed in the Kingdom of God on I "NBrth or the citizenship ot Bart lett, or our p...

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

WTHfitt'ra?J "' '' m$ "' , ' 522SS39 9 M ':'' "jm'M- ki. i,s . Al 1&.1 P, 41 KW S'. O ($" " . .1 We have taken care of the children . fit" iTrT V i ' w yi The Walton Shoes for School Children Ladies', Misses' and Childrens' Ready To Wear First investigate oir prices and see how well we ta.re prepared to take care of yoir every requirement in Ladies', Misses' and Children's Wears then you are better prepared to figure on the family requirements. You will be surprised to see how much ca.sh you cauti really save. Wool Dress Goods Broad Clorth French Serge Poplin Goberdine and many Novelties in colors of, black, navy, midnight, belgin, negro brown, field mouse, etc. Cotton Dress Goods isy Suitings of all late colors and designs Gingham Percales Crepes Gaberdine Madras Poplin And many others Silk We are proud of our showing We have all the new stripes and plaids in Taffetta and Messaline; Georgette Crepes in floral de- sign and also solid colors. Let Us Show You Our men's department ...

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

m"s ;; New Merchandise mmmmtmmmemsm ISM Most everybody is planning to secure their Pall and Winter needs at the least cost. We bought with that in mind and we invite you to make us a visit before you make your purchases. We are sure we can save you money on your purchases, Dress Silks We are showing some very pretty Silks for Waists and Dresses for Fail wear. ; 36 inch All Silk Taffeta in all the new colors, at .-. :. $1.00 and $1.50 36 inch Silk Crepe Falle the new cloth. Priced at . $1.50 36 inch Crepe de Chine all colors. Priced at $1.00 36 inch Silk Poplin extra good quality and well worth more than we ask. Priced at 89c Wool Dress Goods 50 inch All Wool Serge In all colors. Priced at $1.00 36 inch All Wool Serge in all colors. Priced at 50c 36 inch Extra Good Quality Storm Serge. Priced at 39c 36 inch Cotton Suiting in a good range of colors. Priced at 253 42 inch Wool Crepes, Panama Cloths that are extra good, these were regular $1.00 at 50c I II Warners' Rust Proof Corsets Mo...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 1 October 1915

' au ' . , ,,, . . .. I October 2nd --T0-- October 1 7th October 2nd --T0-- October 1 7th a The Farmers Mercantile Co. BARGAIN SALE o Ladies' Dress Shoes Bargain Sale Price ONE FOURTH OFF Regular Price. We have on display 16 different styles of Ladies Shoes in all sizes. You cannot find better bargains anywhere. -Children's Dress and School Shoes Bargain Sale Price One Fourth Off Regular Price. We have a nice assortment to select from. Men's Dress Shoes Bargain Sale Price Twenty Per Cent Discount. Better Men's Shoes can not be had. Men's Dress Pants Bargain sale price 20 Per Cent Discount. We have a complete line. Men's BStie Serge Suits $12.50 and $15.00 values, Bargain Sale Price $7.95. We have several of these left. This is a splendid bargain. Trunks Bargain sale price Twenty Five Per Cent Discount. These are the best that money can buy. ' Ginghams 10c and 12 l-2c values, Bargain Sale Price 8c. Every piece is guaranteed fast colors. Summer Underwear Bargain Sale Price Twenty Per ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 1 October 1915

r t 11 -. ill "ii i. . mmm ao bfvhjf- ffi ' ' W" '- ft. ."& vj kf a.'j-.M ( ""V... ' 7. mm a; ' IJrs W. C. T. U: FOUHT INSTALLED. Aa announced in these columns W ' ft abort time ago that the W. C. T, U.. ladies of Bartlett would purchase a drinking fountain and have same erected at a conven- ient place in the business section of the city, the Tribune takes , pleasure in stating that this no- ble and worthy undertaking has been accomplished, , The fountain, which is a beau- tiful bronze, eight feet in height, with four sanitary bubbling cuds and a large electric light globe . ' on top, was received this week ' and placed in proper position at the corner of the First National Bank by Blair & Breeding. The fountain cost considerable money and will prove useful as well as ornamental for years to come. All hen )r to the ladies and the .cause they espouse, An interesting Recital, ELECTION WILL BE OCTOBER 9. The special election to bo held in William&on, Travis, Burnet and Lamp...

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

THft " V '"3 fliffliW ' i. ' - ' il '" ' V f f r ., j . s ' j ' ' .,J F vNKtW. K , AND NEWS .'Uttfc&T GATES, Editor and Proprietok BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY. OCT. 8. L915. $1.00 Per Year. VOL. XXX. NO. 17 1 BUY IT IN OCTO Hez rn EZ Br"" &Jr """ LKL Vfflu i ' V he . " w WL&P WLijjiiu H vn Ay a mtwwawBMgwssgqiuWMi Kw.y:faBff?Agafc!:iijMiiHiMM Complete stock of alt that is new and wanted for Fall & Winter wear. Prices that add to the Men's New Fall Hats, $2, $2.50 arid $3. Come in and let us show you the new Fall shapes and colors, We have a style that will please you. New high crowned, narrow brimmed hats in black, navy blue, dark green, grey and two-tone effects. Hats with navy blue brim and band and silver-grey crown with black brim and band and silver-grey crown- also black and white checked brim with silver-grey crown. The very latest fad. Black Derbies New Shapes $3.00 attractiveness Take a pleasure trip through our store now. LET US SHOW YOU THE ...

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

' - Fir ' - VI , .' yi ' hi u 7wav fl 5E Talking Abemt TK Editor. mmr "tl " Tht Vampire's Victim. , "Ivy" Moore, a Chicago sui mmm mmm0fmmmmmmmmmmmmmm t - i i i IBS, V- w r- , mi J fc.; :OhLodk I T can eat cm a" theyk & m won't hurt me! That's bo- M X cause they're mado with Calu- M ; met and that's why they're I ' " '' pure, tempting, tasty, whole- ill H. vw ta.ML ? v y till. WUU L JB - - " hurt any kid." M jfe, --' ' T Reteited Highest Awards T K . '""' ' ' Fritsit siif At raft l 1K5VWu9B nli4 BSS 9Qvw88w8S jR " JCheapnndblgcnnBakingPowderadonot H . 1 aaveyou money. Calumet doea it'sPure H I"" far,'auperior to.sour milk and soda. The Tribune ; ' And News ' 1 FRIDAY, OCT.. 8, 1915 " 'p prilling on the Belton-Salado -oiwell has been resumed with TiW machinery just installed. iNone of us want tnon tn hell i).hu It seems a lot of us are al- I ways trying to send the other :ajlbw there, . think n r iSbme people seem to ey are so bright it's a wonder eyl don't wear smnlcpd frlnssps ...

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

."8l ' ,- . .r , f W n ,.j He-; !:. I&-. . && I?-. : is '! JSfc'-1 On-. pr?-. , '' ; r A" rv $. a i 5L, .'', . fr, S.f"" qr R-ft '$ ? m wrrssn Er. r-t' 'fTswjyiiir i ia."w.- 41 j. r;r -L?.r-" n -. .s, iwmtm fartnt-Teachers Ajiociat'n CDNSTirunON . ; " '3 Article I. Name,- This society shall be called the Parent-Teacher Asso- ciation of the Bartlett Public Schools. Article If. Object. The object of organi sation is to raise the standard! of home and school, and to bring parent and teacher into closer 'relation with each other, that they may cooperate more inteli- gently in the education of the 'fchild. p Article III. Membership. Any one inter- ated in the purpose for which ' tfie club is organized, and who pays his or her membership fee and monthly dues is qualified for membership. Article IV. , Section 1, Officers. The offi- cers of this organization shall consist.of a president; three vice- presidents, a recording secre- tary, a treasurer and and a cor- responding secre...

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