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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 22 October 1915

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 22 October 1915

II la I, i mi iij r .-.; :," -,1 2 , -(,-, ? gmgfgdggmgsB MBa,,'B,B,"M EVcry One ShouRRSec iJie HiitoVic tibirty Bell at hb Panama- WOOnMAN DAY Of FIGIAL COTTON PALACE PROGRAM V -r w - ,. WW - w - t ; - - .-x . Pacific International Lxposmori ll. ! I. , Millions to Take Part In Greeting the Historic Relic at San Francisco July 17, When the Greatest Patriotic Celebration In the History of the West Will Be Held. at cotton mm Wffaat Day at tha Yai fat Woodcraft Mamaara Day t Education and in at Bit Waco Exposition WACO, TEXM NOVEMBER 18 RACTIONS BEST EVER .' V- ' ' l ' t T!M? ?W ' .. 'WIMt, V '2 J, . m mL SmKlr'n BnHH'i1 i- 'Al A 1 . It". m$ H BHtigt -Cxpert Program Makara Pronounea Cotton Palace Events One of Dett L Ever Offered to Public I -mr...... rPkvnii Pjinnln whn travfd Ml pvtr tho United States freely admit ' flfcat tho program arranged ior ma EiBbtton Palco this year 1 the equal of iy exposition in tno lanu. a no cm- ftWl nrorram: I? f f Saturday, November C f( ! pO ft, m.. C...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 22 October 1915

wjn Mf f i ; ' TM fwVfiyis svs fie SS3 ftfe W?v 'c.lt - 1 "t f '7 &; Vf .- V A. d .Jfrfl', Ftrrtts Proyt a terror Rodents t Hx Btcomt- Candidate For Railroad Commissioner. Recently R. T. Cooper puiv chased three ferrets from A. J. Smith of Andice, to be used aa rat exterminatois, Mr. Cooper ;sent the fcrretB to his farm near .1 -11 ...Lima -i Mnta nrarn nnni Ski, t iiarruu wnmc mu ." -. ... tsf. ' nHnnn(!i1n i Inrcrn nnmherfl. dfi stroying corn and grain and kill- ing small ehickens. For the first test the ferrets were put in a hay stack and they had not been in the stack more than minute until several big rats and a huge chicken-snake bolted and made for the tall timber. The ferrets practically chased off all fats, killing many. Mr. Cooper brought the ferrets here and put . . 1 it them in his oarn in town ana J. ii J it i. i!. P 4-Wir. mey maue u nut uma xwi uk. rodents. The ferret is a member of the weasel family and comes origi- nally from Africa. They were used by the Romans...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 22 October 1915

"c: wi DISPLAY OF NEW TAILORED FOR LADIES SUITS I 1 I " I . i Vi I -"I . I ,"i :l J H f aaaaaaaaaaaaaaamaaammmmmmamaaaaaammaaamawmmmmmmma H J C THE IDEAL LADIES TAILORS Originators of Exclusive Styles for Women. The individuality of style the elegance of lines the correctness of every detail stand out in most convincing proof of their high classness and superiority, All gar- ments are made to the customers individual measurements. Workmanship always of the first quality. Perfect fitting and satisfaction guaranteed. There can be no sub- stitute for the Quiet Elegance of the TAILOR-MADE-GARMENT. The Wonderful Fall and Winter productions of the Ideal Ladies Tailoring Company are now on display in our ladies Clothing Department. Come in and let us show some of these beautiful Styles. Each garment is reproduced on a liying model with photographic accurateness. PALL CLOTHING FOR BOYS An assortment of New Fall plaids for youngsters has been received during the last week, and are now on dis...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 22 October 1915

iiri,iPuJ"iffl 7 P Fall Opening Sale CONTINUED SATISFIED Customers Our Hobby. We sell only merchan- fC I 1 1 1 ()tt Mil fll i w IV: our Ovir Ladies" R.eady to Wear Department is the most complete in Bartlett, Our prices 25 per cent less than city prices on same goods. Let us prove it. Ladies9 Suits, Coats. Sport Coacts, Dresses, Children's Gingham eud Wool Dresses, Children's Coats cncV Sweaters, all this season's goods let is show you. STAPLE GROCERIES AT PRICES THAT REDUCE THE HIGH COST OF LIVING. ASK US FOR r-mmJim The bigger the roof, the more reason for Paroid The importance of the roofinpr in- creases with the importance and value of the building. The owners of the lartrcst barns, rail roads and mannhctoricstUse the good old reliable Ncponset I'arom Kooling, Use this material on the sides as well live stock und your pocket book. u Protection against leaks, repairs and NepdmseT Paroid Roofing FAIRCHILD LUMBER COMPANY LOCAL and PERSONAL Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Wilson were Temple visi...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 22 October 1915

Ej" V .?, fswa:'' ". 1m-x v. : "s ' . v, umTwnt rjX$SXmKf3Xg f&? A '' wy?r ' ' -v i' , ' .'' &-- t 1 . -ill m . . in ISC SERVICE Tho fact that we have an unusually complete stock of quality goods, enables us to servo you in a su- perior manner, It is commonly said that "If you can't get it at Leatherman's Drug Store, it is not to be found in Bartlett." Completeness of stock is quite apt to mean that care is exercised in buying and every detail of manage- ment. The store where vou fird just what you want is also the store where you get dependable goods and accurate service. Save time by coming here first. COME TO SEE US. The Leatherman Drug Company (DRUGS OF QUALITY) BARTLETT, TEXAS - LOCAL NEWS. Seed Oats at Lawrence Bors. Mr: and Mrs. J. R. Mounger, of, Holland, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. K. Leatherman Sunday. Car Albatross and Peace Mak- er Flour just in at Lawrence Bros. Mr. and Mrs. 1. L. Brown and children visited the Dallas fair this week. H. Duve and wife are visi...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 22 October 1915

rjSTIfM MMuMMualnMn. III t,Uu,mi UyU Big Fall Opening Purchase Sale Hundreds of people have attended this sale each day since the opening all ex- pressed in strong terms their satisfaction as to the merchandise and especially the big amount they save on each item. Sale will be continued on account of numerous requests from parties who have been unable to come on account of rain. Pfv'!' &' ' ' " ''-r " ft-i'V bh:. '"' fe P .J r H-- sir if ," &'- ?. fr5 i;:-B r- i '' i (W Some Strong Prices In Staple Department Groceries 36 inch Soft Bleached Cotton 10c kindat ,. -, 7ic Lonsdale 12 l-12c kind goinj? during this sale at .' 9c Bacon. .13 l-2c r Doe Skin Cotton Flannel Unbleach-'- edl21-2ckindat 10c Another good one 12 yards to the $1.00 Red Velva : 60c Green Velva 70c Farmer Jones .: 45c Sugar 17 pounds .....'. $1.00 Coffee 8 pounds $1.00 Flour per sack $1.75 Meal per sack .' 75c Come Saturday Ladies Ready to Wear We arc going to sell 50 per cent of the ready to wear sold in thi...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 22 October 1915

w -. . . ';-1sA5V? - 'i SERVICE The fact that we have an unusually complete stock of quality goods, enables us to Berve you in a su- perior manner, It is commonly said that ''If you can't get it at Leatherman's Drug Store, it is not to be found in Bartlett." Completeness of stock is quite apt to mean that care is exercised in buying and every detail, of manage- ment. The store where vou find just what you want is also the store where you get dependable goods and accurate service. Save time by coming here first. COME TO SEE US. The Leatherman Drug Company (DMICS OF QUALITY) BARRETT, TEXAS LOCAL NEWS. Seed Oats at Lawrence Bors. Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Morris were Temple last Friday shop- ping Born to Mr. and Mrs. Estill Bofcjihg, last Saturday, Oct 16, a; sir). Car Albatross and Peace Mak- er ,Flour just in at Lawrence Bros, Wed Bartlett and Fred Chau- dion saw "When Dreams Come True" played in Temple Thurs- day evening. For Sale Good seed oats, free Jfjom Johnson grass. 60c per basKel.-T...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 22 October 1915

w mpijfw 3.lfci-rf? ft "i ' - r tt'.-',r" . pp - P ' ' Q " fi. a r,1. , i J RIEF HISTORY Or MONTEVALL THE WORLD'S BEST GOAL jwwrwwy The history of the famous Montcvallo mines is linked both with the earliest industrial history of the state of Alabama and with its economic progress. Coal was first mined from the Montcvallo seam four years prior to the Civil War and until 1860 was the only coal mined in the state, and the first coal in Alabama shipped to market by railroad. " In 1 888. Mr. F. VV. Aldrich and associates opened and operated the mine now operated by this company and from that day to this, no coal has been shipped to market from the Montevallo seam except from this property, claims to the contrary notwithstanding. This justly celebrated coal is in aclass to itself and as one of our oldest and best informed customers recently wrote a prospective buyer, "MONTEVALLO COAL IS THE BEST COAL IN THE WORLD simply because God Almighty made it so." , In this ad we are reproducing on...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 22 October 1915

A ! " o m W" of Entries For Bartlett Fair Nov. 11 Following is the list of entries for the Bartlett Fair which will fee hold Nov. 11, in the Gers- bachWacker old building. The IMremium list will appear next week: ART NEEDLE WOKK. Mrs. G. A. Lindeman, Chm. 1, Best specimen embroidery, any style, 2. Best scarf, any color, 8. " infants' carriage robe. 4. " centerpiece. B 5. " lunch cloth. 6. " collection of 3 pieces f sheets and pillow capes. 7. Best piece of hardanger. 8. " luncheon napkins 9. " specimen cross stich. 10. " four piece infant set, four piece. 12. Best three piece suit of underwear. GIRLS 14 AND UNDER. Rpst nnir towels. handkerchiet. pieee of crochet, dressed doll, tatting, any style, hand-made crown of g iris 16 and under. ' OLD LADIES DIVISION, over GO vears. Best calico quilt. "Best spread knit or crochet. Best lace work, and sped- 1. 2. 3. 4. '6. 6. ii it ii 1. 2. - 4. men. 5. Best collection of work. KNITTING. 1. Best counterpane. t 2. Best knitted quilt, tl CROCHET...

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

OB tue U' AND NEWS B. F. CATES, Editor and Proprietor BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDAY. NOV. 5. 1915. $1.00 Rer Year. VOL. XXX. N 9- ms C : i I 'n K - It , WILL MOVE TO NEW QUARTERS DR. LOVETTE VISITS BARTLETT: In this i3sue of the Tribune appears in an attractive adver- tisement, the announcpment that Mr. P. H. Leslie vviir move his J stock of merchandise into the building next door to the Bartlett Rational Bank, known as the Ger3bach-Wacker o 1 d place, which firm now occupy their large and commodious building on the corner. " In this connection it is interest ing to note the growth and pros- ,, perity of our mercantile firms. About fifteen years ago Mr. Leslie moved to Bartlett from the farm, upon which he was successfully raising 5 cent cotton and entered the dry gooff busi- ness, 'occupying the building across the railroad, now used as a power house. Ke remained - in this location until his business reached such a magnitude that he was compelled to seek larger quarter...

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

" - ; '; ..".; y i lurs is the Standard lien you deal with us you always get the best BECAUSE t ' We caVry the best there is and realize that 'A Well Pleased Customer Is Our Best Advertisement." Mutual jCumber Co. THE COVERED YARD u R.. Grosse, Magr. B ARTLETT, TEXAS OH A Fool i c Tribune Arid News NOV.. 5. 1915 i the court, the camp, rrove., nen below and saints above; love is heaven end heaven is love." ry citizen, who by word or aids in the street pavement Meet will be doing his town a ig Rood. Are you in on it? -"" i ' ' ' ' Lgoodman keeps company an. is the good man rmftuu kseps company oriis the bad iwse he keeps ,y, with a good man? ry'a property owner in It', if he values his holdings be in favor of street and we believe they are of.Yt, at least, we hope inday the attendance at lay Schools of Dallas 5.1 scholars, and the ctions were $623.23, uriday has not been thanks to the good Taymen. Dr, Robert Rogers that the story about mb true, ex- ;n . . was no wnaie. igfc.tjostroy t...

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

ffPT? v vJW?. 5! r BR55K -- 'mmmmm0kimtotfi0 m. .-a, i- w &. kK v I. k p 3ft- IK i,- tf At '' SERVICE The fact that we have an unusually complete stock of quality goods, enable U3 to serve you in a su- perior manner, It is commonly said that "If you can't get it at Leatherman's Drug Store, it is not to be found in Bartlett." Completeness of stock is quite apt to mean-that care is exercised in buying and every detail of manage- ment. The store where you find just what you want is also the- store where you get dependable goods and accurate service. Save time by coming here first. COME TO SEE US. The Leatherman Drug Company (DRUGS OF QUALITY) BARTLETT, TEXAS LOCAL NEWS. Quite a crowd 6t,pav etyisenn (wgnt to Salado last SUnday af ternoon to witness the medal contest under theauspiceBof the W. C. T. U. An enjoyable time is reported. Seed Oats at Lawrence Bors. County Commissioner Vernon was here Saturday and stated that he had the roads in his pre- cinct in good shape, with one or t...

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

--: . ! - ,gj t3 i. - 5 J.' Zk - -a t l 1 Ti We Are from Missouri and Who Can Be You Will Have how Us Our Prices. ''4 '-" S" to S i R 1 Kb?H ;FI -"WaCE."!! I 1 V3 1 4 fall Is Her Why not visit the St. Louis Stores Profit Sharing and see how far your dollar will carry you. This Profit Sharing . of Our Annual . And we are going to show the People of Bartlett and surround- ings how rapidly their dollars- will do double duty. Our entire $25,000 stock . i I HeW Up-to-Date iViei Cfld noise Remember this Sale si 15 vrriji i Jkii-tt 51 WvR fef3&3g A1kv4-WSP - ' i-T7 ""''- 5r" "r - v. jS such as Men's and Boys' Clothing, Ladies' and Misses' Cofit Suits and Coats, Ladies' and Misses'' Skirts, Children's Cloaks, Shoes, Hats, etc.. will be placed on sale for the next 15 days, at prices that will astonish the most skeptical buyer. OUR PROFIT SHARING SALE will greatly benefit the Public, and coming as it does right in the heart of. the season we cannot see how anyone can fail to grasp the opp...

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

ci' "" ' , , ! ..--., .. 1 November 3 to November 20 Hot Selling u Great Removal il H I I B Fifteen Days I k H IBB m H H" i H BH l i Sale p 15 w-l V IE f . MH ,h - t,i 1 , TJI Mb ' l Begins November 3, Ends November 20 1 1 ii I Hi J 1 0 Yards Simpson Calico 25c Standard Oil Cloth 1 Dress Goods We have a beautifnl assortment of all new this fall purchases; Serges, Gabardines, Poplins Wool Mixtures, Silks. Remem- ber we have no old Dress Goods to be siven away, but you will think we are giving new, goods away. 65c Serges all colors, 36 inches, all wool, during this sale at 45c $1.50 Gabardine and Serges 50 inches, removal price per yard $1.25 Staple Cotton Goods 8c Outing, light and dark colors Removal Sale Price at only 9 4 Brown Sheeting. Removal price , 5c 17c 10-4 Bleached Sheet- Qfn ing.. Removal price ZUU 10c Bleached Domestic, Gn Removal price U2U 8c Fancy Gingham for dresses at 5c Staple 7c Gingham, rn Removal price . Ou Red Seal Gingham shorts, Removal Sale Price 7c 9c Red Se...

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

K In . ' l T R The Trjbunc And News FRIDAY. NOV.. 5. 1915 Don't iorget the Bartlett (Fair to be held Nov. 11. Everybody ordially invited. Come and help .us enjoy the day. Herman Bidder editor of the StaatB-Zeitung, leading German newspaper of America, died at his home in New York Nov. 1. .. For Exchange One good, me- dium weight overcoat, for Palm Beach suit, dark color prefered. Also few tons Montevallo coal for ice coupons, Apply at this office oefore the weather changes It doesn't take a "Dollar Day" to bring the crowds to Bartlett, as will be observed by the shop- pers here this week. The prices that our merchants make does the work. The Woman suffrage lost in Nevf York: Prohibition lost. in Ohi6; Democrats lost in MasE- achussetts: republicans lost in Kentucky: democrats lost in New. Jersey. That's the way it went Tuesday. "Brethern," advises the Fort Worth Record, keep on your nether garments. Do not rend them in Jan ecstacy of emotion ovdr the fate of a woman con- vict of tre...

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

nG&m$s$?&&: v S" 5- mmmmmmmmvh aurmpiSHPi iHiivpv9nRMpif!fnPin11 .. a ? c , COMMENCED rjBBnB& H B -i -jp ye 3j COMMENCED November 3rd w ESDAY November 3rd N0TH1 NG RESE DDU NG THIS SALE Early Everything is Gut in Order to4Riise Money We bought a larger stock this fall than we usually buy thinking that we were going to make a bumper crop but since we have failed we find that our stocks are to large. Our bills have to be paid and in order to pay them we are going to give the people an opportunity to buy just what they need at a greatly reduced price. This sale is iot- cash only anything charged will be charged at regular price. Stay Late You Money Can Do Double Duty Here , During This Moneys Raising Sale DRESS GOODS The prices We are making cannot be matched anywhere. ;p ,36 inch -Silk. Poplin, all .colors and beautiful - MQthrdrsesMdsuits:egularpQvi XT r-Price fiOczf1 r , 3r3 SERGES When we 'say Serges, everybody knows what we sold them for, not 65 and 75c. but 50c yd...

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

-,'1 B .. "'y The bigger the roof, twi "- .r WE MAKE PRICES I n I i Liv c. Regardless of What You Have Offered Get Our Prices tmor reason for Paroid Tlie importance of the roofing in- create with the 'importance and value of Tlie imiiers of tlic largest barns, rail- Afoads ami iriaiiuf.icturics me the cood old ttliubk Neiousct l'aroid Roofing. wL--i1Bf"iSj-rl,T- - x!?'TSBL'j i"" :; AliK:17rLMvJAsliriiAiifnKJ yc f$f&&flm$tit Neponset Paroid Roofing tJie (his material on the tides aj well as the roof and you will protect your , Jive stock and your pocket hook. Protection against leaks, repairs and most important fires. FAIRCHILD LUMBER COMPANY LOCAL and PERSONAL Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Mitchell f Jarrell were among the many ut of town shoppers Wednesday. at Lawrence 3Kh$3kSu ; Wn aHkn &0T Bb Fresh pecans Bros. Mr', and Mrs. W. B. Denson of Grander were here Wednesday shopping. We are proud that such good people share their trade with us. Come again. " For SaleAll my house hold ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 5 November 1915

a L U IJJ.IL-... jjli'ip . ' 'l". V V -j . si W , f i ' 1 r . N i. . If ' V ri h (., I i 1 ff . i Z"1 s- t vf : . s ,H .71 a " Ttl I fl I A Favorite Prohibition Argument Which Argues the Other Way Around You have heard the argument that saloons are responsible for crime. You have heard the argu- ment used to combat our statement that nothing is gained through prohibition and much is lost, in- cluding the revenue paid to the state and county and city. We have "exploded" the theory about increased crime -under saloons, showing that Hunt county (dry) had two criminal cases to one in Bell county (wet). s We will come again with further illustrations along the same line--some that are K even more startling! As our '"lesion" for the Pro Committee today we are going to "explode" another theory of the prohibition orators. We commend this to the Georgia Cyclone as well as the Texas Cyclone. Did you know that prohibition not only DOES NOT REDUCE court costs BUT INCREASES them? How's that? Did...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 5 November 1915

r .. -' " - ! . ' m Md im minim in i iliMflr iii TTM"""' - iAJ : iiMy ' tfoVMJ. " u !' r of ains lllMMlpW)IMWMWAMlMIWMM I" I I I I g-MlMfc--A II 1)1 II -My.lll Ml n Hill il i inn Mi I ,. I i(in MM 4 Are You Gettirig Your Share IBarg n r-l i'v SV? w . i ji Fr ' ?. .y R&' & 'A . - a v fe- m n H i i Staple Cotton Goods JJ Cotton goods are advancing in price all the time. The prices v-w.e are quoting on these gools for this Clean Sweep Sale are just what the goods are worth at wholesale prices. We were lucky to stock as liberaly as we did. Better use your good judg- ment on these. Best grado. of sheeting, bleached 10-4 per yard ., 22c 9-4 Bleached per yard 22c 0 4 Brown per yard 20c 9-4 Brown per.yard 20c Silver Kinpr 36 inch brown sheeting, a good heavy smooth finish cloth, sold regularly at 10c per yard. Clean Sweep price 14 vards $1 Hudson LL 3G inch brown sheeting regular 7 l-2c material, Clean Sweep price 20 yards for $1 ' Automobile 36 inches bleached domes- tic regular 10...

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