The Bartlett Tribune and News (Bartlett, Tex.), Vol. 29, No. 40, Ed. 1, Friday, March 26, 1915 Page: 5 of 8
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Mra. G, H. McCluro of San
Antonio, nnd Mts. J, M. York of
i'Gale, aro here to see their father
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Patterson
of Donaho, were in town yester-
For Sale: Some Rood prairie
hiiy. See H. Hempel.
Mr. Chaa. Adams of Lake Vic-
tor, is here on a visit to Mrs.
Adams and the twins Benson
See Koy Horton tor your paper
hanging, painting of all kinds,
also a nice stock of paper on
hand. Office over Rowntree
Mrs. Pat Johnson of Davilla is
reported to be vuite low from an
attack of pneumonia.
Mrs. W. H. Willis of Little-
field, is here to see her father,
Mayor E. F. Kelley who is quite
No oranges will be sold for
more than 25c a dozen at the
Oscar Schmidt who lives at
Akes School House, was in town
yesterday, having about recover-
ed trom a two weeks illness.
Oranges at 1 0cts a dozen.
The fruit we sell at this price
is as sweet as any. Sale be-
gins Monday at The Gersbach-
V. Hatter, who is connected
with the mechanical department
of the Temple Mirror, was a
pleasant caller at this office yes-
terday. We want to make your old
Panama look new. Belk and
Theo Schawe has let the con-
tract to Karl Flick for a hand-
some bungalow to be built in
N. B. Vernon of Holland was
a pleasant visitor here yesterday.
Mr. Vernon is just recovering
from an attack of pneumonia.
Belk & Kuler can make that
old panama look new if brought
Fairchild Lumber Co.
The Ladies Aid Society of the
Presbyterian church realized '
about $55 with their Plant and
Dinner Sale Wednesday.
Bring your panama hats to
Belk & Kuler and let them have
them made new.
Mr. W. G. Whitlow a well
known merchant of Bartlett, ac-
companied by Mrs. Whitlow,
was here for the Fashion Show
Monday. Tayior Press.
The very best Oranges at
prices so Sow that everoone
can afford to eat this luscious
fruit. Sale begins Monday at
The Gersbach-Wacker Co.
Hon. Stanton Allen was i n
Austin this week, where he at
tended the monthly meeting of
the board of managers of the
Confederate Woman's Home, of
which he is a member.
Have you seen the great new
picture. The Exploits oi Ulame
if not see it next Tuesday.
Mesdames, C. M. Blair, J. D.
Blair and J. S. White were Tem-
ple visitors this week.
NOTICE I have good lots for
sale in Thrall new addition, near
oil field, B. Kollman, Bartlett.
Miss Lillie Isaac who is attend
ing Baylor at Belton visited rela-
tives at home this week returned
back to school Tuesday.
No fruit like Oranges for
the health. Buy them here
next week at sale prices. The
Miss Ruby Copeland who at-
tends Southwestern at George-
town spent the week-end with
her parents here.
The HAM what am and
BACON too. Best goods on
the market, fresh from the
packers. Sale is now on at
The Gersbach-Wucker Co.
D. J. Lvnch, the constructing
engineer who is associated with
the Dallas Lime and Gravel Co..
and who bas just completed the
Granger sewerage contract for
his company, was a pleasant vis-
itor among his many Bartlett
friends Wednesday, all of whom
were glad to see him.
We have Purchased the entire
stock of lumber and building
materials from Mr. Denton
and will at all times keep in
stock a high grade line of
lumber, shingles, sash and
doors also paints, oils and
We will always be glad to
see you and will endeavor at
ail limes to please you.
We guarantee to give you 12
inches to the foot and 16
ounces to the pound and all
we ask in return is 100 cents
on the dollar.
Mr. Edgar Reynolds, ono of
Granger's enterprising Business
men and progressive citizens,
was here Tuesday on a short
visit. Mr. Reynolds is a candi-
date for mayor of his city, and
seemed quite sanguine of his suc-
cess. Give Nowotny a part of vour
trade he'll treat you right.
L. J. Leudecke of Waco was
a Bartlett visitor Monday.
MiBS Inez Bell visited friends
in Taylor this week.
The Orange sale beginning
next Monday is not being in-
stituted for the purpose of
making a profit on the or-
ages sold during this sale.but
to impress upon the public
fact that this is the logical
place at which to buy good
oranges. We always sell this
fruit at a reasonable price.
rThe Gersbach-Wacker Co.
Miss Gladys Matthews who is
attending Trinity at Waxahachie
visited her parents. Mr. and Mrs.
S. H. Matthews of this city this
Don't forget that Chas. No-
wotny is aeent for Dr. Peter Fa-
hrny's medicines, the Alpen-
krauter, Heil oil and Magenstar-
ger. Mesdames J. W. Rudasill and
Oscar Bolding were in Temple
Wednesday to see Mrs. C. R.
Rudasill who Is in one of the
sanitariums for treatment.
For Rent Two houses, reason-
able. See Rowntree Bros.
Mrs. Biebel, accompanied by
her daughter, are expected to
arrive here today from Hereford
for a visit at the home of Ben
Now is the time to take Dr.
Peter Fahrny's Alpenkrauter,
for sale at Chas. Nowotny.
Fred Montgomery and Noah
Shults saw 3he ball game in Tem-
If you will build a house with
modern conveniences I will lease
it for a long enough time to
make a real attractive proDOsi-
tion for you. D.D. Fairchild, Jr.
Mrs. Veta Dayis visited friends
in Temple Wednesday.
Mr. R. K. Shaver, of Jarrell,
has been here the past week,
selling a carload of milo maize,
which he had shipped from Run-
neil's county. It is of a fine va-
riety, and quite a number of our
citizens purchased a supply.
For a good sweeper, ask your
merchant for a Romberg broom,
Mrs. Richard Morse, and her
son, Richard, and Sam Hender-
son, of Geprgetown made a short
visit in the home of Rev. J. C.
Rhodes and family Tuesday af-
ternoon. NOW is the time to buy your
self a lot in Thrall while you can
get them cheap. B. Kollman,
Miss Isa Talbot, sister of T.
W. Talbot of this city, sailed
from New York to Galveston
Wednesday, and is expected to
arrive here about April 1, to yisit
For a broom that will stand all
kinds of hard wear and keep it's
remarkable well, buy a Romberg
Miss Jennie Lowe, of Tahoka.
came home with Miss Mary
Rhodes from Baylor University
iaac xnursaay. Alter a very
welcome visit at the Baptist
Pastorium, they returned Mon
day morning to Baylor to resume
their studies for the spring term.
Miss Lowe, by her congenial dis-
disposition made many friends
who will be glad to have her
visit our city again. '
To make house cleaning a
pleasiire get a Romberg broom
from your merchant.
The fire boys met last Tuesday
night with Chief Blair, and seven
teen members present; three new
members were added to the list.
Rules were read and adopted by
the company, and was also glad to
have with us Messrs Fowler and
Robinson, who made interesting
talks. The boys will meet acrain
next Monday night; all boys of
the company are urged to be
"Runawav June" first episode
G. A. Jesse returned Wednes
day rrom a three weeks visit and
treatment at Marlin, and reports
his condition much improved.
Butter has declined to 15cts
per pound, and we can pay 24cts
per pound for your butter fat try
us with a can of cream and see
if it does not pay you. We re-
ceive same every Tuesday and
Friday. Call in and talk with us
on this subject it is the coming
industry of this country. Law-
The Leatherman Drug Com-
pany has recently remodeled the
interior of their establishment by
constructing a unique and invit-
ing confectionery and cream par-
lor, which is a credit to our little
city and reflects greatly upon the
enterprise of the well known and
popular firm. They are now pre-
pared to amply take care of all
your needs in the cold drink line.
LOST On the road betwee
Holland and Bartlett, a lady's
blue serge coat. Finder will be
rewarded bv returning same to
Mr?. Z. 0. Ponder ai Bartlett.
Sheriff Allen and deputy Geo.
Smith of Georgetown, were here
yesterday on official business.
Bring your egg, butter and
chickens to us cash or trade.
Just unloaded a car of reclean-
ed red top cane seed and big ger-
man millet seed at Lawrence
On account wheat market we
have lowered our flour lOcts on
each 48 lb sack. Lawrence Bros.
Liv-ver-Iax relieves all ills of
the Liver and Stomach, Get it
from Condra & Blair,
Have you see those King Bee
and Elzell hats at Mrs. Berry'B?
If not it will pay you to call and
take a look.
Anyone wisning to make a
small investment near the oil
field at Thrall, will do will to see
Just received a shipment of
new shapes and trimmings, rang
ing in price from $1.50 to $5.00.
Mrs. W. P. Berry.
We hear a great deal lately about
A great many people BELIEVE they SAVE MONEY
by patronizing them, but they are sometimes mistaken,
WE KNOW that they cannot buy Dry Goods for less
money then we will sell them-We make this assertion.
We will make any price made In the
on Dry Goods, yes, we will
Go Them One Better
we will not only MEET the PRICE but will cut any price
made by a CATALOGUE HOUSE. Wc will go them still
ANOTHER ONE BETTER, we will refund the money on
any purchase made that is not entirely satisfactory,
you can come here, look at our merchandisa, feel of it,
examine it before you buy it, this you cannot do with
the CATALOGUE HOUSES.
We help you to build your churches. Do
We pay Taxes to help pay the County Ex-
penses. Do They?
We help to build Your Good Roads. Do
We help to bury the poor. Do They?
When your house burnswe help you.
When your barn burns we help you. Do
When you get stuck in the mud we pull
you out. Do They?
We buy your produce, wheat and cotton.
We are your friends in the time of need.
Stay with us and we will all make
money. If you don't believe what we tell
you, just write some of the Catalogue
Houses for prices on Pepperell Sheeting
and see if they will sell you 10-4 Bleached
Pepperell at 21c. Also write them and see
if they will sell you 36 inch Hope Bleach-
ee Domestic for 6 l-4c. We could name
a Thousand Articles, but these two will
prove our assertion.
New goods Coming in by every Express-especially
in the Ladies Ready-to-Wear
A New York Pick Up
When our buyer was in New York in February, he
found 500 Men's Blue Serge Suits. The Manufactur-
er needed the CASH and we simply
Picked Them Dp
They arc on sale now-All sizes and styles. Regular
Slims, Stouts, Long Stouts, Long Slims Stubs and all
Bran Splinter Fired New Suits
We save you from $2.50 to $6.50 on a Suit If
you can't come send me a mail order, we guarantee
satisfaction in every way or money refunded, we also
"PAY THE FREIGHT."
NEW MISSISSIPPI STORE, Temple, Texas
Why is it that Jarrell's Store is always crowded
with customers-.Answer HE HAS THE MERCHANDISE,
and at the right price.
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Cates, R. F. The Bartlett Tribune and News (Bartlett, Tex.), Vol. 29, No. 40, Ed. 1, Friday, March 26, 1915, newspaper, March 26, 1915; Bartlett, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth48919/m1/5/: accessed July 23, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Bartlett Activities Center and the Historical Society of Bartlett.