The Bartlett Tribune and News (Bartlett, Tex.), Vol. 31, No. 14, Ed. 1, Friday, September 1, 1916 Page: 5 of 8
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I have re-opened my store and
hope to see all of my old cus-
tomers and as many new ones aa
fair and honest dealing will make
I will occupy mv old stand, first
house east of the railroad in Jack-
son block. Chas. Nowotny.
I first and be a
J man with money!
jffjm? ,.. I i
Mothers in order thai your child
should do tKe very best work in
school you should give as much
attention to their feet as you give to
their books. When a shoe is easy
and of- good appearance there is
nothing to detract the little mind
from the books. Try a pair of our
Educators or '
and observe what difference there is
WE CAN FIT from the smallest on
ip and inchide the Big Girl. Prices
ho higher tha.n visual.
LOCALS and PERSONALS
Mrs. Wallace Usry underwent
an operation at Temple Monday
and is reported to be doing nice-
ly. lBlbs sugar $1.00 Read our ad.
Spot Cash Grocery Co.
Jim Bush and family have
moved to town for school pur-
poses, We want all your eggs and but-
ter. Eggs 20c doz, butter 25c
Spot Cash Grocery Co.
Mrs. J. P. Lawrence under-
went a minor operation this week
in the Kings Daughters hospital
and is reported to be doing nice-
ly. Sam Boyd, who lives at Goode-
ville, has our thanks for a re-
newal of subscription.
For Sale I have some shoats
and brood sows for sale. E. J.
Mr. Hawkins, commercial travel
er, was here this week on a visit
to his wife, Mrs, C. P. Hawkins.
Oysters in the shell and fish
all the time by Pietzsch at ChaB.
-Bartels. Don't forget the place.
Otto Rushing, one.of the best
horse-shoers in the state, has ac-
cepted a position with E. E.. Bar-
low. See him.
Don't forget Nowotny has re-
opened his store, go patronize
him, he'll treat you right.
Will Sherill of Temple was a
yisitor here Wednesday.
Weiderspahn Bros, solicit your
ginning. See them,
Mr. and iMrs. E. E. Gilliam
are occupying the John Bartlett
When you want good cleaning
and pressing phone 285 we call
lor and deliver your clothes.
Mr. P, H. Marshal, who "lives
near Davilla was in town Wed-
nesdaythe first visit in many
months, and he noticed consider-
able improvements in the "burg"
Miss Ola Daniel left Monday
for El Paso where she will teach
in the public schools the coming
yean .." ( -
Dry Goods Co,
Mr. and Mrs. K. Ferguson are
the proud parents of twins boy
- Our Falll. and Winter sample3
for men's clothes are now ready
for inspection at Pavel's.
Miss Robertson of Elgin, was
the guest of her sister. Mrs.
Hawkins this week.
No tired feet, when your child
wears the Educator shoes. Wal-
ton Dry Goods Co.
Miss Lillian Benson who has
been attending Baylor University
came home Wednesday for a few
days rest before returning for
the regular session.
Mr. Farmer: Sell your cot-
ton seed to Rowntree Bros.,
and get several dollars per
ton more for them. See our
price on bulletin board.-Rown-tree
Miss Mattie Lee Walton left
Wednesday for El Paso where
she will teach in the public school
at that place.
Just phone 285 when you have
a suit to be cleaned and pressed.
We will do the rest. H. L. Per-
kins; Mr, Sam Shutt of Temple man-
ager of TexaB Telephone Com-
pany of Temple was .here Wed-
nesday on business, and also' left
a nice ad to be run in the Tri-
bune. The apple season is here,
and as usual you will find this
store to be headquarters for
good apples at reasonable
prices. We shall always quote
special prices by the bucket
and box, The Gersbach-Wac-ker
Miss Dessie Lagle of Brenham
is the guest of her sister, Mrs.
E. C. Haeber. Miss Dessie re-
cently underwent a successful
operation in one of the local sani-
tariums in Temple.
Sugar I21bs for $1.00
at The Gersbach-Wac-kerCo.
Messrs Fred Taylor, Bob Rown-
tree and Ollie Dayis were in Wa-
co, Monday on business.
Let Thompson gin your cotton.
Messrs. T. W. Talbot and T, E
Fowler and son left yesterday
for Menard county; '
Hand picked Irish po-
tatoes. The very best
the market affords at
Miss Palmn of Round Rock
was the guest of Mrs. T. E. Fow-
ler, this week.
Get your child a pair of Edu-
cator Shoes before school starts.
Walton Dry Goods Co.
Miss Mildred Fowler who has
been the guest of Miss Gene
Fowler during the summer re-
turned yesterday for her home
in Nogales, Arizona,
Bring me your butter and eggs
I'll pay you as much as anyone.
Take Your Cotton
These are some of the gins in the Taylor District
" which havy been ELECTRIFIED:
R. S. THOMPSON GIN-BARTLETT
RAIN OR SHINE
The up-to-date electrical equipment in these gins
assures you the most prompt and
TEXAS POWER & LIGHT COMPANY
Central Christian Church.
Bible School at 10 a, m. Ser-
mon at 11 a. m.
The message will be of special
interest to Christians,
We disperse with the evening
service and join in the union
service at the tabernacle at which
time Brother Jarrell will speak
Homer A. McCarty
Sunday School each Sunday at
10 a. m.. F. H, Leslie, superin-
tendent. Prayer meeting each
Wednesday, 8:15 p. m., con-
ducted by Mr. Alfred Wacker.
Preaching by pastor next Sun-
day at 11 a. m.
E, B. Paisley, pastor.
In loving remembrance of
Ira Kelly, died Aug. 22, 1916
Aged 3 years, 3 mos, 2 days:
Though in pain at times he'd smile
A smile of heavenly birth.
And when the angels called him home
Ho smiled farewell to earth.
Heaven retaineth now our treasure,
Earth the lonely casket keeps,
And the sunbeams love to linger
Where our sainted boy sleeps
Born, to C. C- Rogers and wife
WANTED -150 acre farm in
Bell or Williamson on share out-
fit, Apply to J. T. Lott, Bart-
lett. Texas. Good references.
Miss Nona Prinzing of Miles,
is here on a visit to relatives.
We are exclusive agents for
the Educator School shoe. Wal-
ton Dry Goods Co.
Born, to John Schwertner and
wife, a boy.
Have your clothes cleaned and
pressed by tailors who know-
Pavel. Dan Oliver wants to weigh a
share of your cotton, Near Ca-
bee those .Educators" in our
we6t show window. Walton
Dry Goods Co.
Our motto is: "Many Sales and
Small Profits". --F. J. Pavel.
Let Perkin's press your suit,
sve call for and deliver your
clothes. H. L. Perkins.
Miss Parrie Watson wishes to
announce that she will be ready
to begin teaching h r class in
music with the opening of school
and will be glad to arrange les-
sons for all who wish to study.
Messrs D. L. Leath rman and
A. Gersbach were Waco visitors
The fundamental principles of education are "reanln '
'rltln and 'rlthmetlc." All of these can be learned
more practically In a bank book than In any other book.
If your boy has a bank book he Is learning what
. arithmetic is for. It Is the practical application of a
thing which teaches It Is the most beneficial and last
Put YOUR money in OUR bank.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Get our pri zes on
Fit and Satisfaction Guaranteed
H. L PERKINS
On account of pur increasing and fasc errowinp husi-
i ness we have doubled our
assure you that hereafter we will give you service.
You will not have to wait or leave the store without
getting what you want, as many did last Saturday.
We save you money on everything sold in this line.
15 lbs. Best Granulated Sugar $1
Just to make it interesting, we are going to give
you 15 pounds sugar for $1 00 with each $10.00 pur-
chase of other groceries, Saturday only,
come early and avoid the rush.
Spot Cash G1
your next suit.
sales force this week and
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Cates, R. F. The Bartlett Tribune and News (Bartlett, Tex.), Vol. 31, No. 14, Ed. 1, Friday, September 1, 1916, newspaper, September 1, 1916; Bartlett, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth48989/m1/5/: accessed May 24, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Bartlett Activities Center and the Historical Society of Bartlett.