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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 26 November 1915

0.r$Y Bfhff it' ft. KT 9 A 'y. ' ,) tfrf'i s - $ o Ti j The Fairctiild Lumber Go. Home Builders I Everything to bufld with. All under big shed.N Lumber, Paints and coal PHONE 3. D. D. FAIROilLB, Jr., Mgr. The Home of Quality ' LOCALand PERSONAL .Mr, nnd Mrs. M. L Bolding. f Miss Nola Bolding and Mrs. Campbell were Georgetown visit6ri3 Tuesday. , We sell and recommend the Romberg broom-. The Gerebach Wacker. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Walton r -and Mr. nnd Mra. E. M. Wilson heard Helen Stanley in Belton Wednesday night, at Baylor I College. Miss Attie Dillard who has .been attending the Cotton Palate y for the past month has returned to 'her home. Haying had a splendid trip. .McAllister and Alabama coal Miss Pearl M ae Izard was the guest of friends at Baylor Col- lege 'this week. 1 ' Lawrence Bros want butter Jfat, 28c cash per pound every Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. John Lawrence accompanied by Mr. A. Grosse and Miss Mae Lynn Cox saw the Texas-Notre Dame game in Aus-tin'yesterday. Why sell but...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 26 November 1915

T$j vm wrMvmsw- .'.ll.l . 11 V' f "&'i ,(fij.J'' 1.. i ' r I' I I B Bftj P, &, '': (i . ii .'6 ' ' ii FT LOCAL NEWS. Mrs. C. M. Blair and little v ston, Charles, visited relatives in Columbus this week. To make Xmas money go a "long, long, long way" buy at the Necessity Store. Mr. and Mrs. John Hairston were Cotton Palace visitors last Saturday. Dont' forget to give Nowotny a part of your trade; he will treat you nght. Mrs. Ed Salyer and children visited in Waco the past week. Figaro meat preservor and Diamond crystal Michigan salt for your meat atLawrence Bros. Mrs. A. Goss, who recently underwent an operation in Tem- ple was brought home this week. The largest stock of Xmas toys in this section of the country at the Necessity Store Our old friend, Noah Shultz, better known as "Squire" had quite a "joy ride" last Friday afternoon with Mr. J. P. Hair- ston, in the latter's car. $1.00 Buckets Ben Hur coffee to go at 50cts each. We need the money, that's why we sell jrroceries...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 26 November 1915

. - a, fi m f$ K ." a. '. If o tlie ursis 'When you deal with us you always get the best BECAUSE We carry the best there is and realize that 'A Wcjl Pleased Customer Is Our Best Advertisement." Mutual THE COVERED YARD A. R. Grosse, Magr. Dog Attacked Children Taylor, Tex, Nov. 21. A dog bit two children of Ben Neu- bauer, a prominent farmer, near here, yesterday afternoon. The , younger child, Julius aged five years, having his face, head and mouth horribly multilated. Abeing literally chewed and torn oy tne animai; ue uiuei mmu, Oorine, aged eight years was fy only bitten once on the hand. The children were brought to a Taylor sanitarium, and 100 stitches were required to close !. the wounds on Julius' face and head. Accompanied by their parents, the children were taken to the Pasteur institute at Austin Jast night and are now under treatment. The dog was found at a neigh- bor's place afterward, a mile and a half distant, shortly after- ward, where the unimal had bitten several hog...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 26 November 1915

'& 11 m h-t Inf., ,, 1.1 ROALL TOOTH 4 Violet Dulce Coiri-fl piexiori Powder.;" (! IJIMt y..,. AnUesjrJiic and deodorant. Gleans ahd whitens the teeh. fragrant and pleasant to use. , he. perfect dinti trice. Standard Prico One ftcn .Tube at ZOC '.I One of the famotlse Viotet Dulce Comploxfoil requisite. The name stands for highwt quality. One of tho befr qualities, of this complexion powder is that it does riot, "show" when used moderate- ly. Delightfully scented with the Violet Dulce "odor. t Bru- nette white and flesh tints U v :m. This Sale Two Tubee ..for only 26c ". Hmmmi s.,rr.,, -r . ,. ,, r'uwssmmmmmKssmmr- ii mi j.itMtoVi't.itijiiiiii; i ' 'i ..iji.-jiiiiikV4V u .': i' hvUJbr,y'-ijlli-i'.juL.ii,-i j , re- Pa v 5 V a v i -t ;: iK r-s P- ' i K'-" r . ' . tew- lVl we, ,. m T! lev i Thur sclciy You Ask Us, "What Is a One Gent Sale ? It is a sale wjiere you buy an item at the regular price then another item of the same kind for 1c. As an illustration: The standard price of R...

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

T,' i t t: AND N EW S Brt JKf Ep. CATfcS, Editor and Proprietor BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY. DEC. 3. 1915. $1.00 Per Year. VOL. XXX. NO.' m Ittl t Hi, i. W: Mhodist Conference Appointments f The following Appointments for the Georgetown district of the Methodist Episcopal Church ''' thC niade at the recent annual conference held at Corsicana: T. S. Armstrong, presiding lder: Belton, W. H. Howard, llwtlett; . S. P. McCullough. Florence; W.ID. Gasnins; George- town,' B. H. Booth, J. F, Neal upernumerary; Granger, M. A. Turner; Hutto, A. E. Turney: Jiurrell, J. A. Sicoloff: Midway. V. H. Keener; Oenavijle. J. N, Hester; Rogers, Henry Stanford; Salado and, Holland. E. R. Patter- son; Taylor, J. J. Creed; Temple. First Church H. D. Knickerbock- er, Seventh Street Church R. A. WaVker; Troy and Pendleton, O. C Swinney: Thrall. J. D. fCersallsupply; president South-' '0.fi western University, C. M. Bishop &' ' Georgetown. Q. C.; professor Southwestern University, J. Kj. G...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 3 December 1915

fy a ''1 sm SC33S25E Mwi The TrJhiLttft And New I FRIDAY. DEC. 3. 1915 : Do your Christmas shopping ,. ' There, has probably never been aUime during the history of civi- lization when thoughtless peo ple. had as much influertce'fas they have today. i , i;ne pecan crop m JMilam and Bell counties is short thisyear, dUc to the August storm, which fblew KThn stroyed by the storm. off most of the pecans. crop was good until de 'S- sj Slierifl; Allen has succeeded in 'finding a,, splendid picture of "Whitfield Chalk, the first sheriff I of Williamson county, and it will '" ' abon be added to the collection i . jTnow hanging in his office. V Georgetown Sun. ,1 t -3 , . sw, ma initial, oiuiu uunver.- tion in Austin last week a reso- u ' ?Iution wa3 adopted commending President Wilson's efforts to fmaintain "open seas." Hurrah for the Baptists! They know .,how a man ought to be baptized, h !nd they are unwilling to allow 0uv anon 10 ciose trie avenues , iagainsb the administration of ' f the...

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

W!" w -" 'WF'w' it lf . ii " " " ' ' " I I I I if I II II .j-L-Li-tl'liiJi!!1",!!"!?: i uujjrsa'. 't'JtJx' TT MEET AT "" -..',! tS l'.K 4 '' i a . ) V 1 c fr ( l,"'V v,. n -'"' iy y ..L i VVJ rw ,; rfuV .-'l. BBMBVir ( J i At i. Ti 1 s Oft1"", " i,jj- ' A I '(. WACO THIS WEEK Waco, Texas, Nov.- 27.1-Pre- aratory to the annual convoca tion of the Grand Royal Areh Chapter of Texas, prominent Masons of '1 oxas, who compose thcommlttco on work of the grand chapter, will begin their aeeBionherenext Monday morn- ing. The committee is compos- ed of the. following: D.K. Haw- .-jcirw chairman, Brownwood; V. '& .Karnes, Pearl; W. V. Lawrence.- Carthaee; B. W. Hender- ,J'.-J w-. r n nruu. tj-. t'ram, The committee will give ? instructions in the esoteric work 'rb'fttie chapter, and the sessions t, jrill continue for-one week. , The sessions of the grand chap- ," teR begin here on Dec. 6, and the Hgrand lodge will convened Dec. 7 The committee on the work olthe blue lodge will meet after i ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 3 December 1915

wMmwiwvmim,r dtotedMJd "I' i VmfKJW.toU'M PSBRfA',..sL-"' ' V" $ i..1,ilflil,,,iy .dkim'm $i nii E2EBC rtM Well Smul -.? B-f ' w. MorteyTioan V 'nt wi.'ivi . 7 Your land note will be due this fall or winter. W"tant .to feneW alid extend it for you. Now js the time to give us your application. Large or imatt'L'oans'wante'dl ' '"' & Write, (Phone or See 3s p. O. GULP & CO. 1 Insurance Rental and Loans TEMPLE,, TEKAS I 7 First Baptist Church' .,. Tliere were Rood audiences in: diir services last Sunday mornr ki and evening1 and at tne close ofjthe evening- worship one was baptized. There was a good in- teftst also in the Sunbeam; harid. Cne Bible School had a fair attendance and we hope for tw&er nex$ Sunday. Oifr 'Normal TininVgiiUtudy V provfng Interesting to all who. are talking tit, Teacher .Training is (a eeessity"for successful-work of tttlar;' text Lords day the Pastor . vm 'preachfll a. m. and H v. ni eBing subject "Can I "know ,;"r and now that I am saved? IfTM) ho...

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

iilUnlitji'i Ki)i ill itiit 5 lW l, FEW SECONDS SMt WfWff FM)M MftTH -Fiyjj, Seconds marks the near- ness tot'almost certrin death of young Henry McAdams, three yeaf-old-son of Mrand Mrs. H. McAdams, When the youngeater escaped from the burning home of the McAdams family late 'yesterday afternoon The infant 'had juBt stopped from the build- ing when an oil stove exploded fettinc; lire to the tent nouse at 115 North Ninth street. The building and contents wereprac- t:cally destroyed, entailing a loss of about $1000, covered by $600 insurance! The building and ' furnishings were owned by W. I. Stone. Mrs. McAdams lighted the kerosene burner of the cook FVtryJntfrfh CompHfor at " , T Bell, Conty. The Befl county grand jury in its final report last Saturday paid a very high complimdnt to the citizens of Bell county, in- deed. They tell us, that, after very careful investigation, they were entirely unable to find a case of illegal voting on either side of the question. In nearly all hotl...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 3 December 1915

.vJ .- BTa fcr- w E'V ,flHHBBBHBB99BHBBiBSEB A" the Tribune And News III il I I FRIDAY. DEC. 3. 1915 Do your Christmas shopping. "Henry Ford," says the Kan- a Pttw .Tnnrnnl "nnnnrpnflv tKinks peace is like an autoroo- "''h!l fhnfc anv man with enter- prise and money can make it if he, turns his hand to it. . The attention of our readers is Wiled to the many holiday an- nouncements Jof Bartlett mer- chants in this issue. They are all, well prepared to take care of your wants in the way of holi- day floods. Come to Bartlett. Ford asks Pope for assistance to bring peace. Mr. Ford has chartered the Oscar II, the peace r ship, which will sail Saturday. Be ii remembered, that Madame ,S(ch)wimmer is'ih charge of Mr. Ford's headquarter's during his absence. Everybody on the ship will bo tagged. Mr. Ford has arranged to have little silver frames, each containing the name ofthe wearer, pinned on every person. Assuring much satis- faction in gaining this knowledge through good swimmerp, we wil...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 3 December 1915

wBrnr1 rH ' i - - 1.1T-.-- -1feiarJ Itf b Rv rv w . ) l.' mu- r ttn Hi -TT-rTr . -.-.- - -rr, r,i - i,, . .as. 1 --j 1 p ., . - . . . r - " " 'h -- i iT. .. . . . . -i- . .. , i . , I ., " I - a IP ' i i i i in 5 r ymmSi .;-r lf5fMS(iN'Ml mmm fW XMuAt 6 V .J) . Ml Ik li . . --f- vty "Siv --;i H . aVJ 'j 1 Br apply . colol WRIGHT'S CONDENSED SMOKE irtctly to tie aat Willi t braid after niet kai gone tkroagh the salt. It will ,he tWougbly .molted; will bare a dellcloai flTor and will kitp aolid aid twett and Ires from intectt tnroBfh tie entire inmmer. Wright's Condensed Smoke ii a liquid tmoke and contains nothing except what it obtained bf burning hickory wood. It it pnt op In iqnare quart Lottie, each with a metal cap. NEVER SOLpIN BULK A bottle will imoke a barrel of meat 280 Ibi. For, tale at all itorea $1.00. Every bottle guaranteed. Alk dealer forfre bok"The Wright Way" THEE.H.WRIGiiTCO.LTD, Kama. City, Mo. m i - r 't JS'faJ' Wright Ham Pickle or Sugar Cure, A 50c package will ...

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

fo A !' K' ft1" i-ii & rtAi!g "Jill j i H f iw . ' ' ' I1 '! ' U TtofiMrchiM Home Everything to build with. All under big shed. Lumber, Paints and coal. PHONE 3. D.. D. FAIRCHSLB, Jr., Mgr. The Home of Quality LOCAL NEWS. ''Messrs Allen Buchanan and J. A. Comer of Jarrell were here Tuesday on business. Say have you tried Kansas Ex- pansiou flour lor light bread at v Lawrence Bros? Miss Allie Moore of Lampasas is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Joe Knight. Ferndell grits, oatmeal, pan- r cakes and buck wheat flour, at Lawrence Bros. Miss Gene Fowler who is at- tending Trinity University at fVaxachahie spent the week with her parents here. It cost no more to have your clothes cleaned and pressed by experienced tailors who knows. F. J. Payel. o, Miss Tina Jenkins is visiting 'friends in Temple this week. Mr. and Mrs. ty. L. Perkins were in Temple Tuesday shop- ., Ping. Very"best Dooley yams at $1 -pei bushel Lawrence Bros. Mr. A. W, Livingood of Lock- . hart 4was here Tuesday selling...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 3 December 1915

rY'TV 'iC-hWr , ' , i ' 'fcWWTr -v MMtMIMIMdl""'"di ii i ' 'I mm-n "i ii i Mi in ..I i I if i I mill t i i i ii .n i , BMM MSC3iiiiiMhHjiwi iw mm i ' .., . lyf 1 " . " - i'"j If "' I.' "' " ' "L ' L ' " - , " ' "' ' ' " ' ' ' '" 1 - . ' ' ' ' ' ' i in mtmtm .----.-mi !.,. W-m MmJMh-JLl i ill iliiii i riTnini"-- " - ?T -'-' -- "' - i T -. ' i n' t ' """ " ' " fk ft A tf. 1 r Kt t v 1 V p V ! 0 A v w W'f'. Kb . " n A h ' P. V .t !. lib ?) :, ?fh '.J" j 'ta. . u M if.. f' .1 f. , i .P . i " t,ii t u :s.i J ? PRile ' ' ' &e1M& Store Anties.p'.ic and deodorant. QP HBRHHBBHHHHHB Cleans and whttens the teeth. xmm sSSSl ,1 &" You Ask Us, I fl It is a sale where you buy an item at the regular price then another item of the same kind for 1'c. As an illustration: The standard price of Rexall Tooth Paste is 25c. A YoU buy a tube at this price and by paying 1 c more or 26c you get two tubes. Every particle in this sale is a high class' standard piece of merchandise just the same as w...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 3 December 1915

y " it'iww-fr r .rfiwijfcfl i , p".- - f flITTlllHllffllll.lL.I .... Ill ..jim1 .......xiw 'i,i rii ij.i'iViiuw'Pi'i'iji , iiini,ij,".i..,ir,i,ii mwr" v m1,.",1. ",', ...w ,m,w&to&Mmimn, i.;i.",..jmlfti8r.iylir,i:a.1 BWMMMMwMwaMMiwp il wiiii !!! Hi ii in i u It i r ill i i 1i i iii 1 1 mmmIWl ... . n r' ... "' 'I! - ' ' . ." ,l.-' ."-"''' -mm ' -;W 'rV 'f-i.v'-ll .! 'tfc t WywW OURHOLDAY EXCURSON P i i, n W . ' . H ' ' 'I I-. a i Ik:... " IT?. .! ' BfcX ' " f I CI 'V. -r ' fl 'e'ii & a f ,, -ftf A Satisfied Customer If a SATISFIED CUSTOMER is the besf advertisement, we have good advertise- ments all over this r.ountry. 0ur OLD CUSTOMERS will make NEW CUSTOMERS of you if you, will let them teH you where they buy dry goods to their satisfaction. MEN'S HATS Jno. B, Stetson Make $5,00 New Shape, at $3.49 $4.50 New Shape, at 3.00 $3.00 other kinds, iit 2,19 r H i fllS ROOM f ROAM f Prepared for Action i r , yfes, and weexpect ACTION aplenty when yMi hear the REPORTS from our ...

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

tibum , ,' i - 7 "v'HW I n n ANb NEWS ft-m: J. GATES, Editor and Proprietor BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDAY. DEO. 10. 1915. $1.00 Per Year. VOL. XXX. NO. 26 " ,; J tf$!tl:t ROADS MEET- ING A SUCCESS ST. LOUIS GETS '- With a qood representation of ear citizenship present at the Gwino Hall fast Saturday night tbfcre was an enthusiastic meet- ing for the pnrpose of hearing if, E. ,G. Hernan, National Bffehway Expert, and determine the possibilities of making some road improvements and connect- ing up with the proposed Nation- al Highway. Mr, Hernan made a splendid talk, which was enthusiastically received. He told of the work being done toward the ouilding of' the National Meridian High- way, which extends to the south from Winnipeg, Canada, and forms the backbone of the entire I'M system of National Highways of sy ...I.Li. -1. 1.. w..U4- T wnicn wiero uru uihj cinut., m 'his talk Mr. Hernan impressed Jibe importance of being upon one these National Highways, and how fortuna...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 10 December 1915

t; 'jxKgT ' "' f U , ,i t .1 The Faircliild Lumber Co. Home Builders Everything to build with. All under big shed. Lumber, Paints and coal. PHONE 3. D. D. FAIRCHILD, Jr., Mgr. t The Home of Quality u & ANNOUNCEMENT OUR STORE IS HEADQUARTERS EOR BLACK CAT RE-INFORCED HOSIERY - ,f' V. '? Y Xi4 Xs M IW 6 ; r r ' ; r : If k ' o No 1 LOCAL NEWS. Mayor Stanton Allen and L. E, Bartlett made a business trip to Austin Monday. Dont forget to give Nowotny a part of your trade; he will treat you right Mr. P. H. Leslie made a busi- ness trip to Temple Tuesday. Uncalled for tailormade suits for sale now at F J Pavel's tailor shop at half price, call and Bee if you can be fitted. Mesdames E. C. Haeber and F. H. Leslie are the guests of Mrs. J. L. Bowling in Temple this week. Wanted Employment on a farm, by man with wife and two children. "Will work reasonable. J. T. Lott, Bartlett, Texas. Mr. W. A. Moore was in Waco this week attending the Grand Lodge which convened in that city Tuesday. The l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 10 December 1915

BCBl ,',)' &W fe. Si' t.- tVr in j- t m Vf W ;l'j 'i -'. fr, tr..-. t -j '.wren lfaMMlWhtfMabU NMI ,f iii)hi ' M ' ih' i F THE UNIVERSAL CAR Roadster $390. Touring Car $440 F. 0. B. DETROIT Parts Carried in Stock Bartlett, Texas Phone 161 -sjm AT THE CHURCHES NEXT SUNDAY First Methodist Church zm -: HI II . i 111 1 N I MMBBaumi inn iiiiuumuju mi,utii.ujnimumijmnuiiiii n JjuLjiinuMuuujUMjaj.'-n.-tiJi There will be the regular ser- vices Sunday morning and night at the Methodist church, by the new pastor, Rev. McCullouRh, who with his family arrived from Arlington this week. Let every member of the congregation be present. The pastor wants to meet you, and you should meet him. We are satisfied that he will have a good message for us. Everybody extended a cordial invitation. First Baptist Church W. C. ,T. U. Meets H Mrs. W. W. Walton, entertain- f e'd the W. C. T. U. last Thurs- day afternoon, with fifteen mem- bers present. Splendid papers were read and a most interesting program ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 10 December 1915

fd !T HIRE? tK "XJFT " ' '"'nPFfnH Money To Loan Your land note will be due this tell or winter. We want to renew and extend it for you. Now is the time to give us your application. Large or small Loans wanted. Write j ZPhone oj See R O. GULP fts Insurance Rental and Loans TEMPLE, TEXAS fts We Deliver KENOSHA FIRM SOLVES GERMAN PROCESS COPIED AND TEX- TILE MEN ARE MADE HOPEFUL the Goods Just the same, yes la many ways than one i rice, Quality, Courteous Treat- ment, Service, Fair Dealing, and Atten tionNote our ad in this issure, read and come to see us for your requirements, Quality of Merchan dise ana our prices are beyond compe tition. We are sell- t n g the Nettleton .Shoes as follows. OflM Nettleton Shoes at.. ..$5.50 $?!.S0' Nettleton Shoes at $5.40 iQ Nettleton Shoes at $4.95 Melon shoes are for men who know quality. 10 Cluett Shirts at 99c lit Fleeced underwear 70c rt Coats for men S3. 75 up Overalls SI quality 90c can not afford to miss our mugs in .Ladies Keaay-to- Remembe...

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

r'T i if if T if ! y " ' fo A .1 IK ' ? if - ax . SVK 11 ,y; ft fii?V r.tv- ' Nr . ui-trf !& v ' ,s rt ?5 h All Ladies' Ready-td-Wear -At Half Price- WALTON DRY GOODS CO. The Tribune And News "FRIDAY, DEC. 10. 1915 When this "rural credit sys- tem" is established wo are in the market for a small residence of the incorporate limits. Look and Behold, What! There shall be wars and rumors of wars. As in the days Noe they were" given in marriage, but fthe time is not yet. $ Dispatches state that water is "Belling in Alaska at two buckets for a quarter. Well, as long as liquor sells in Texas at two glass es for a quarter, we know a whole lot of people who won't take chances on freezing to death in Alaska. Temple Mirror. Bell county is to go dry Christ- mas night at 9:30. We did in- tend shedding a tear of sym- pathy oyer the sorrowful fste of our Temple friends, but it will not be necessary. They'll have so much aboard by 9:30 Christ- mas tnat they'll feel like they'll never want any ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 10 December 1915

' - ""Wijowy I' , Men's Blue Dennin Overalls arid Jumpers $1.00 value Boy'a Suits $4.50 value Sale Price lp.i JD 79c Sale Price Boy's'Oliver Twist suits the latest thing $3.00 value M6n's All Wool Jersey Sweaters, $2.00 value $1.25 Sale Price $1.95 Sale Price , '- ( " fJ, v "--iX n f ; ;( '5 J ' StiH hHHKb IBfilr iH H nH HB JHHHHHIl 9HEHP H Br H IB V Jl L Ih mk 14. Men's all Woolen Overshirts $3.00 value Sale Price $ 1 .95 Men's Woolen Overshirts $1.75 value Sale Price $ ! .25 Men's Seam Elastic Draw- ers, 50c value Sale Price 38c Men's 75 cent Dress Shuts Sale Price 49C Ladies' Silk Waists from 98c up Ladies Gun metal cloth top lace shoes 4.00 value, Sale Price $2.25 American Lady and Buster Brown, Ladies' dress shoes Sale Price $2.45 Standard print Calico, 10 yards to a customer, per yd &c Extra heavy Outing all colors 12 1-2 and 10c values Sale Price 7k per yard Red Seal and Utility Ging-1 hams, 10 and 12 l-2c values Sale Price 8c Men's Pants $4.00 value Sale Price Q2.c)5 Men...

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