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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 6 March 1914

wuy-vwrajamMHW .,, t n aurnaBjinm 'f, '. MV 1 ",' " - i: Sf D Novelties Come and Go But for substantial service and satisfaction, wo insist on you looking through our line of implements before buying We are agents for two of the best and most durable planters on the market 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 AlX i THE BARTLETT HARDWARE GO. I . LOCALand PERSONAL Mr, and Mrs. Charley Wag- goner visited relatives in Bastrop, last week. v Mr. J. M. Allen left Tuesday Alabama on business, Extra reclean$ed cane seed at Rowntree Bros. Messrs Ed Scott and Tom Den- son have bought the Dr. Benson old place, on Willis Creek. For Sale Barred Plymouth Rock eggs for hatching, 50cts per fifteen. A. F. Czarwoitz. R. S. Thompson ginned ten bales of cotton Tuesday, which closes the ginning season. See J. M. Izard...

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

. ; '.f ' TKP IlIJ'ir .'-. f f r ,- h jwnrn rg? wumtwujaag. ",--r -sJHSMH? T "i ", Tvwrtwrw' : S flBBBW8WWBHWMBMiBMMBBBBWBBIJjfljjjfllfljPfi ""riTrcPWiiMF S wttwM L-ujirMHiMiuiuJ' .iiiun.iru p jJiBBgBBBMBflMSLBMUilftflEBtJ Mi 1BI f ffUMIW LULL JJBlIBITlIlLT!BfT.Cffll!ffl.TTBwftfiC8MtBHBBfftetfl HMtfMfeflHMHERtfMBlfllflSB iniTn'ffllllMBBftrtttBJBBttBM&riBflWI IffTWHiTlfl U BJWtBW6WBTTlfljmmi BffffM.IBPCI'MBlfflMBflHtt t&0 The Valise 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 bo 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. Up-to-date IfiumB mii ii i ini iipiflgiCTjJvP'yil7ttgna LOCAL NEWS. E. B. Bridges visited Browns- ville this week. Get more fo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 6 March 1914

i-Tj- a i ' . ( ' V f t ' 4iO . , i -TI-- llnHiiti The Pool Halls. MMHMMMMMNCHMI ... I I "II ' V B:' t i i it- . j I IW nnmmmnq yi"- wn C ROW? WdLT f :: BMIBIW'W'f .ri'i'i fci ' ' . ir i yGS " ' alia, v i, liave got a right to. We liavetlie swelled bunck oi All-Wool iabricc for Spring wea.! you ever peeped at. -and. you'll feel like the' cockoJ the -walk when you take you EASTER Mora' 'Stroll, attired in a GLOBE "Needle-Molded" suit, made to your individual measure by tlie "Needle Maslers" o Co, TMie Globe Cincinnati Tailorinj FIVE HUNDRED new Weaves ' and Patterns in All-Wool Fabrics just think ot it, OUU ot tnem, from which to take your pick. 'Any cliance of missing anything i - in so immense an assortment? f Come in and sliudy the 500---take your time about it and when you get ready, we'll be glad to 1 'measure you." ,,- Cleaning, Pressing-, Altering and Making Clothes Our Specialty. Make &, Read Tailor Shop Your Home F, J. PAVEL, Merchant Tailor Selling Tobacco to Boys. Some...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 6 March 1914

v ' ' y.. , nnnta . mib irV ' r uR Iff fl F m IK rf Only come into our store and our !&- wISf fl5,:l est Q11 merchandise and our WimWK GREATLY REDUCED PRICES will p w imSM ure you t0 buy When you come in to mM WWSM "look" yu will be here to buy. We I:aMRv G IHiH SP tH 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, feSi Mi vol u jtH EAT '? Oil iPsa T3&siwsaMmmi si tow v rf'"M T .,, ESS gsEBigsicgBsgBgasBaagBa PEsarmtf imittMawiawasTOinEann tEgiBmBgtttrftfr7gffi MWMMWgg gyoft $iru& Ur ;es In Gothine One NEW GINGHAM Beautiful assorment of Spring patterns to make your selections from. The colors are absolutely fast. We have them in book fold and short lengths. $3500 Suits or Overcoats going for only $30.00 Splits or Overcoats going for only $27.50 Suits or Overcoats going fpr only ;. , $25.00 Suits or Overcoats going for only $22.75 $19.50 $17.90 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 13 March 1914

??? "i '5''- t , o I 1 AND NEWS 1 R. F. CATES, Editor ap Proprietor BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 13, 1914. $1.00 Per Year. VOL. XXVIII; NO. 33 1 f SMbttttje l I I IIIMIMIMIH.il . I ' ' Ik D I'll liailFil fMf R (Csk sill IBs:55:a!-&5tJS5.!in!i I ift smK-'v II' I ill- 1 wMMBmiw Til -, A M s" -in inn wiii i 'ii i i i i 'i i .,fli M- I l ft mmnm Wmmw mkmtim 4 1 fs(AMM.'r'0F v . H 1 ' ' w W mmwft2&M!Gm c;l We won't expect you to buy. i 1 Come and enjoy yourself. SB!L 7 OST UNUSUAL EVENT J' I I ' ' ' I'll I I Sfcy.e Show, MiJIisiery Opcoing and Grand Store Opening Commencing Tuesday Evening March 17th at, 7:30 p. m and lasting all day Wednesday, March 18th, during which time we want every man, woman and child in this and adjoining counties to come and partake liberally of our hospitalityto roam with unrestricted freedom ail over this big store to view the mostlmag- nificient stocks of up-to-date spring and sum- mer merchandise ever assembled inBartlett. And le...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 13 March 1914

, r inn M, 16 4 U 1 M H , , f f v M The Tribyoe And News FRIDAY. MARCH 13, 1914 Tuesday was "Clean Up." Did you take yonr bath? Throwing good money after bad is like sending a cat away to lose her. She often conies back with a lot of kittens. The Annual Prosperity Edition of the Austin Statesman is one of the best advertisements that the capitolcity has'eyer had and reflects great credit upon the management of the paper, as well as those who so liberally patronized it. We now have various brands of democracy, namely, socialist- democrats, progressive demo- crats, prohibition democrats, and just plain "democrats." Why not have republican-democrats? They will be thernext in liae. If either of the announced can- didates for governor, are elected, and do jvhat they have promised to do toward making Texas a greater state, they will fill a long felt want, Heretofore much has been promised and little given. Automobiltists complain that teamsters on the country roads are not as considerate ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 13 March 1914

4 Bo i V i DEMOCRATS MEET Dallad, Tex., March 7. The "constructive" Democrats m a "convention to bo held at Fort Worth on April 14 will formally select a candidate for Governor to oppose Colonel Thomas H. Ball The next convention will be com posed of delegates selected by county conventions to bo held Monday, April 6. Delegates to the county conventions will como from precinct conventions to be held throughout Texas Saturday, April 4. In these county and pre- cinct conventions candidates of- fering themselves for selection may be indorsed, uninstructed del egatesmay be sent to Fort Worth or the conventions may indorse those who have not offered tnem- selves as candidates During a meeting of the reso lutions committee today the states ment was voiced by Clarence Ousley and one or two others that it was doubted that any of the present candidates can win the race. This may mean that some others may get into the race, that there may be some ' "unannounced" candidates or that an indorsem...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 13 March 1914

r il It I: Vi IEADS CATTLEMEN Friday mornuiR's daily papers carry an account of the unani- mous election of Mr, J. D. Jack f Alpine to the presidency of the Cattle Raisers Association of Texas. This action waB taken afctheFort Worth convention. Mr. Jackson has served for some yeard aa first vice president of the, association and for the past several months has been .acttnfc' president. He is a former resident of this section and a brother of Mr. J. W. Jackson. Granger To Vote On Bond Issue. Granger, Tex.. March 11. As a result ot a potition signed by a number of the leading citfeens of Grander, tne City Council has or- dered, an election to be held on ApriJ. 7 to be authorised to issue bonds of $15,000 to construct sewers. The proposition to in- taH a sewerage system is meet- ing!, with heart support and it is predicted that there will be but Utile opposition. Oil StrucK Near Taylor Taylor, Tex,, March 11. In an eight-inch well being drilled on the Fritz Fuchs farm near Thrall, eigh...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 13 March 1914

- i 't' ' Xi V "if -"" miSw t V ' "TTT'PT Migaaajjj. m itfin T MMWMnMWlllriMOlMM r1" "wwnMiiilB SSE . .Of Rare Beauty and Superb Styles All Attractively Priced c 4- i-Hf '"' ' " A wW l I1-' P Ift R IV WMv f l ,r To see the beautiful New Hats in our Millinery Department is to be charmed by their attractiveness and pleased with the remarkable low prices asked for them. Come and see them, we are sure you'll buy and tell your friends about them too. r A Magnif icient Showing of Exclusive Beautiful New Dress Goods A Comprehensive display of the most fashionable fabrics in the newest and best colors, and the prices wonderfully low, you'll be delighted when you see them. feU. llA H iK081 TA JTM B t They are 'marvels of beauty and style, being fashioned by formost dress artists of this country after designs by the world's leading style originators. They offer an unusual pleasing relief from the many common place creations. ijgmeaaaBai.iiiiiiiiiii.iiM.imiiTiiiiii'iniiiinii'ii iihmhmwhhh: i m...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 13 March 1914

WK' fcJtt-J vx Cultivator Season is Near and we can safely say that we are exclusive agents for two of the best and most durable cultivators on the market, the "Standard" and "Lone Star" both have been in constant use in this country for a number of years. We believe the Standard to be one of the most popular and practical cultivator made. If you should be one of those who bought the (just as good kind) last year, you may by now be ready to buy a (Standard) one you can recommend to your neighbors. A trial will convince you. I Mi'.- .w!iui g.B Tt,'f",v J t ," .-.if ww : , - i '.i i n i ; i ii jh-j. aisiau-irsargiva "Our Aim is to Please All." I"."5" J. THE BARRETT ' jfpjffiigmiMifc The Trifbuoe News FRIDAY, MARCH 13, 1914 Katy Demonstration Train. The Katy "'Farm Special" made an over night stop in Bart- lett Tuesday, and many interest- ed people visited the train and filled the hall to hear lectures on scientific farming and household economics, which were delivered by representativ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 13 March 1914

r K .. fr- j Hi' "' i- . A Y(K. i- I'.l a '& WWHHWN AN ARRAY OF SPRING MILLiN "Wednesday pHKJNGFBEE HAT" j i, V I BnYi nmm-r ' I "Such exclusive styles and so moderately priced' are, the ex- sliminations from the lips of those who viewed our model dis- plays. We were de- lighted to have such a large attendance, and we were enabled to prove that our claims of showing the most distinctive styles and giving the best values are based on TRUTH, the. foundation of all successful enterprises. Chic Millinery We are now showing a big assortment of MODEL HATS. They are certainly beauties. We have them in dress. semi-dress and tailored models. All colors and color com- binations and a large assembly ot blacks and whites. The colors much in evidence are caribou, Original blue, char- treuse, peach pink, tango and the new greens. Flower-trimmed hand-made'1 Hats for tailored and street wear in an almost endless variety. The effects are softer than heretofore, occasioned by this season's style ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 13 March 1914

ggjgjjggjjggp'j'gg! infaiMiV iiiii n l. inii....iiii.i.n ', , ,', in illili.MUm'iiu,n.ii..ii...iii , , , , yr-;. ....m. 'j ' ,, U" wiininir--- ir urn -- , . L jilHWimWIMHWIMlliiif nm i n I If .Aai it ,, !,,. , ., ,-,. .ri .Mf.IM,,,, .m.. . , ,. 1,., y Wriftjrirfrn I ' " ' ' ' I r I' I. ' 1? y I iii ""'' - .... .. M"".' ' ,' , , , ,-,-"' m -Ji i ,., ..,, The Value luality 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 drucs 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 Up-to-date IDCATNEWS. Charley Partlow of Granger was here Saturday. Let us dve for you. Bartlett Tailoring Co. J. Cavitt, who lives near Hol- land, was here Monday on busi- ness. Get more for vour butter this week ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 13 March 1914

'y s .t y I . ;' frffqtgflfPTffffTBgsqjffift . -'---- . r . In,, , mi, ,, , iiiiiuiriiiid mini iihiiiiiii jiiiiiiiiiimpiiini iiiiiiiiiiini m iiimiiiiiiiiiiii i'i hum tiiiwiiiium i) iiiiiirnpnlii lilffiiiBlliriWIWIin ' in? iraiisltiiCT)'!1' ( -' ' ' ' ' :-:: i aljj vr wmM&M ,,Mkj,. -jjw -3s. w seasi I , Hfc " ' -;l , '-'- uJ -Wat , Monday and Tuesday arch 1 6th and 1 7lh We have been very successful in selecting our spring merchandise this season, our visit to the markets enabled us to secure many wonder- ful, values. We have on display at our store the great- est array of High Class Merchandise, embracing a great number of the coming styles and the newest creations which will be popular this an: Individuality in 3,1 great many lines which we are showing is our strongest feature, and it will repay you many times over to call and make your selection early. This is an occasion that merits your pres- ence, and we request you to visit us during our opening, and examine the merchandis...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 13 March 1914

i - - . . 1 .a...: """ ' .' ,".'" ".".',l 1 '-LJl'l "'."':, .' ' ' ' '"- ' ' " '' . . ' ' ; ' ' ' .'"fe - ,w M ..,,., ,,,, Ipt A I m KV. . . 9W4 hi-" r Mtov yf:W'& iii ( wS i feK' '' 'rev yWk B HhH hhbhhh Htetw hkh ,nnnmm 1 " I I I . A PROfUSIQN OF MANY NEW DRESS GOODS I llM"MNWWMW We have the LARGEST DEGREES of fashion and authentic styles now on dis- play. Those who know how to dress will find what they want when they visit our store. Dressing well is an art; so is the selection of merchandise. When you examine our new Spring goods, you will know that WE KNOW HQW to bring to this city the proper goods, faultless in QUALITY and at MODERATE prices. (PttwH V PRINTED CREPES, assorted patterns in figures, stripes and plaids, something absolutely new, nothing like it ever shown, good for school dresses, Sunday go-to-meeting dresses, and the price is only per yard 25c RICE FLAKE RUITING-40 inches wide, one of the popular cotton ndvelties, for skirts, su'ts and dresses; black and whit...

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

v: U i wfflXJv ttttje lv AND NEWS ft h K ft. P. CATES, Editor and Proprietor BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TEXASj FRIDAY, MARCH 20, 1914. $1.00 Per Year. VOL. XXVIII. NO." 34 t Sfcfib l i . - Bond Election Is Ordered Canceled By ttillen Voters, Killeen. Te., March 14.-A vpetition signed by the required number of tax paying voters of thia city was filed with the com- missioner' court at Belton today asking that the order for a good tpada bond election to be held here March 24 be annulled. ., The document set forth that the signers did not belieye the contest would carry at this time and that it deemed the holding of the election would result in in- jury tq the cause of good roads. Practically every voter who peti- tioned for the election signed the request for the annullment. This action has been looked for as a few weeks ago ninety-seven of the farmers in the road dis- trict prepared a statement that they did not favor the bond is- sue and would work for the de- feat of the propositi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 20 March 1914

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

M "f .' .. fc ICKTOl NMOH Will LllJIJUf! LEMIEBS Farmers' Union Officials Censor Dallas Constructionists. All Candidates for the Legis- lature Will be Asked to Endorse the Radford Platform. $Vrt Worth, Texas. Wo wnnfc to wy to the Dallas convention of so- inllcd oonatructioni8t8, "Bank to tho "tor-room with tho reprcsentatrvca of the liquor interests who aro in your midst," and wo want to warn tho farmers to give that movement Iho BRmo silent contempt they gave the prohibition convention. That raovomont, to justify consideration of tho farmers, must purge itself of tlioso who are or havo been on the pay-roll of tho liquor interests in any capacity. An anti for rev- enue and a prohibitionist for fame twin curses that have been DIB riding tho state liko a pestilence for tho past decado and peace can .only be secured by eliminating these batllo-ecarred vetorana of tho pro- entl arena from public affairs. The liquor question cannot bo mdctracked unless wo first side- track pro and anti ...

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

L b f r h Central Christian Church, Wo have two Bpecial themea. Morning ' 'Heaven' ' Evening-"Hell" Scriptural messages, good mu- sic. Como to tho feast. NUGGETS FROM THE MINE Hell is the necessary conse- quence of sin the inexorable outworking of natural law in a perverted soul. Ita outer dark- ness is that of a soul blinded to the beauty of holiness. Its pris- on house is that in w'tich the soul's noblest aspirations have been stifled and stilled. Hell is located in the soul of the sinner. If you would know more on this subject, hear us Sunday evening. Homer A. McCarty Presbyterian Church Regular services next Sunday morning and evening. The sub- ject for thelmorning sermon will be "The Church as a Kingdom," This is the account in the series of sermons on "The Perpetuity of the Abrahamic Covenant." The evening service will begin at 7:45 instead of 7:30 as hereto- fore. The subject for the even- ing sermon will be "The Sins of the Tongue." This is one of the prevailing sins of the ...

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

fitTuf HWSIf V m,itn W,tT,rf TTif ? yT?"' 11 wjw ; f' ft.V i4a i.''"K.' W t tf VT'"' 1'lfrf '?' 'X 4 if' . ' . V as ,tt iiPJl Bell County TracK- JTtagWttWlrWamMJBKMMrWWMBrMJBlBWHlWWB BBBBBygBygrgfr iwn WTTWWH.WKKW3I K' Oratorical Contest Ousley is Willing to . Run for Governor Fori Worth, Tex., March 14. for iit r i& Br If Ik ! in Ik Horace Chilton - Not Candidate "Communications received by ma, indicate that there is a dis- position among many Democrats . to present my name for indorse- ment for the office of Governor in the primary meetings to be held throughout the State on "April 4 and April 6. or in the State convention called to assem- ble at Fort Worth on April 14. "As this feeling may result in some confusion, I think it advis- i able to state through the press what I have repeatedly stated in letters and conversations that a candidacy for Governor on mv part is out of the question. "The office, of course, is one of ' exalted distinction, and I wish to make grateful ackn...

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

ff-vfmr, - m-m''GStfffifat WtfpP WHff'AWi r c( l i Ii i llii i ii ill ml i lli mmmtmmlmmmmmmm V h it w Cultivator Season is Near and we can safely say that we are exclusive agents for two of the best and most durable cultivators on the market, the "Standard" and "Lone Star" both have been in constant use in this country for a number of years. We believe the Standard to be one of the most popular and practical cultivator made. If you should be one of those who bought the (just as good kind) last year, you may by now be ready to buy a (Standard) one you can recommend to your neighbors. A trial will convince you. "Our Aim is to Please All." Bn i THE BARTLETT HARDWABE GO. mmmmgm The Tribune And News 7 FRIDAY, MARCH 20, 1914 Be a Bartlett Booster and will always win. you The treatment most men like best for the liquor habit, is "have one with me." 'Don't "take a lay off" now on clean up, until next year. keep everlastingly at it. That is the only way to keep a town clean. The anti for re...

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