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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 25 May 1906

i wHymfw. WW ' I, jftJfH i 1 Mv i , yasflF, , 5 ii?!xjr MtflF!(K, V' HurNBii jraaiUsmmM j rv ' vu i " , .1 iJ , 4 ' ' SI ) iii ii yi IK?! THE.BARTLETT TRIBUNE. ESTABLISHED 1886. Entered .. .ndclai Matter at the Poetoffic. Bartlett. Texa. One Year t-00 Six Months 60 Throe MonthB 26 R. F. CATES, M. L. CATES, Editor and Proprietor. Foreman, FRIDAY, MAY 25, 1900 President W. Y..Penn of the Williamson County Law and Or- der League has withdrawn the S25 andS50 rewards for the con- viction of local option violators, Btating that all the rewards that have been paid hayo been claimed by bfficers whoso duty it is to work up the cases. Under the present election law all candidates must announce be- fore Monday, June 2nd, or they vfill not be allowed to have their nameB printed on the official bal- lot in the democratic primaries on July 28th. If there are any candidates in hiding it is well for them to take due notice of this provision and govern themselves accordingly. -'-Taylor Demoorat. The...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 25 May 1906

wmmm p$f :m:p? wf w&$ 4 h fi J. Ifi '- it .4 . 6 . f Ig -rf (l nS Barley-Melt iff the foundation and the principal essential for a really good beer. . BUDWEISER The King of Bottled Beers is brewed from the choicest Barley-Malt obtainable, in combination with Select Hops and Special quality Yeast. In consequence it has the exquisite taste, the mellowness and the delicious flavor which can be found in no other Beer. Kf " V l9i Budwclsci- Is brewed and bottled only at tho Homo Plant of tlio AnhcuserBusch Brewing Ass'n St. Louis. U. S. A. WM. TREUHARDT, Distributor. Bartlett. IKlAi iMluK iK. H ty4tiJ5p55j Gfc Corked or Tin tlapput 'ECLIPSE' The French Coach Stallion: Registered in the Frencn Coach Horse Stud-Book of Anier- ca, as the property of D. H. Snyder, of Georgetown, Texas, Record No. 3624. Color, Seal Brown. Pedigree: Foaled May 16, 1901; bred by D. H. and J. W. Snyder of George- town; got by Chanson 1828; dam, Judic 6x1 by Reussi 2d dam, Chardine by Matchless. Awarded first...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 25 May 1906

THE BARTLETT TRIBUNE. ESTABLISHED 1880. KnUred - nd-clati Matter at tho Poitofflco, BartUtC Toxm. One Year Six Months Three Months. -.-1.00 50 . .25 R, P. (SATES, Editor and Proprietor. M. L. CATES, Foreman. c.i " , ' FRIDAY, MAY 25, 1900 One of our valued exchanges says that there are throo things necessary for one to become xioh: Have the industry of tho tee, the perseverance of the ant, and the instinot of the hog. Governor Lanham has issued a proclamation designating June 4 as a legal holiday, in observ- ance of the anniversary of the birth of Jeffersqn Davis. By an aotofthe Twenty-ninth Legis- lature of Texas, the third day of June in each year was declared a legal holiday. This was done in tribute to the memory of Jeff- erson .Davis, who was born on Jdne 3, 1808. His illustrious ca- reer as soldier, statesman, Sec- retary of War an I President of tho Southern Confederacy is written in imperishable history. Visits Bartlett. Our H. B. Savage paid Bart- lott a visit a few days ag...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 25 May 1906

JC -tlEZJ 3 ,rj"w " If I L. It K I i ft.1 $ '" R Hn a ... 5va RAILROAD TIME TABLE. Oay trains .-. Night train South.- iflgnt train North... 2:15 11:28 a. m. ....4:28 a. in. LOCAL MENTION. Mrs. 8tacknoy visited Taylor Thursday. O. D. Jar-roll oame in Wodaoa- day on a visit. Buy fresh bread of W. G. Smith. A. P. Clark arrived from Ver- non Wednesday. Fine bread and buns evrey day at VV. G. Smith's. Mrs. Jim sBlanton was quite siok this week. All kinds of fresh vegetables at W. G. Smith.s. Mrs. W. T. Cpx was on the siok list this week. See Duncan & .Messer before selling your grain, Dr. Jas. Ferguson made a vis- it to Elgin Sunday. ' Buy a Blue-flame oil cooking stove of W. G. Smith, v W. T Walker of Taylor wa a Bartlott visitor Thursday. June corn, cane seed and millet see at Lawrence & Son's. Miss Ella Bolding came in from Hillsboro Thursday, Unole'Charlio Wilson of Gran- ger was here Wednesday. L. D. Prewitt . went to Waco Wodnesday on business. The new bridge across the Don...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 25 May 1906

V:;n'Tg-E!) ' ;v ,.- , ?. WfrPi -'H' .rti ,1 k? RSiiTM'V A " WtTS-' i" 2ggg.2jgjJfc .;B r ISegi Sato Coming as it does in the very height of the buying season, considered in connection with the Sweep- ing Price Reductions we make for this Selling Event, makes it ah occas.sion of very great import- ance to" the people of Bartlett and surrounding country, an event, when your own interest is consid- ered, you can't afford to miss, so be sure to be on hand come early and often. Startling price re ductions will greet you in every department. See our circular for partial list of prices. Bartlett, Texas MlstfOt BrOS mkmmMMmmjmm,mmMm i 1 1 n 11111111111 MiiM.MiMiB--r Local Mention. Mrs. Goff of Taylor was here Friday. Rev. Tenney went to Mart Sat- urday. Cliff Stephens went to Belton Monday. Rev. Swane came in this weeli from Waco. Tobo Perry of Kilieen waB hero Sunday. Mrs. Luffuholts returned from Manor Sunday, Rev. Collins preached at Haok- borry Sunday. Elisha Mayo of Gatesville was her...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 25 May 1906

&T7!fiSWrWv&vVJ " - " 5 a n V ' $ n , b; l- : r. r a-v k t ir. . v ' Itj Uxr It l&i I i J . J f ir u r ," J 'I S V 1 v. pa' If-fr M , 3 - V : !.i I & KTO (WOOOOCKXX)OCXXOOOOOeQOOOOOiK300000000CXXXX)OOCXXXXXoao We Do Proper Undertaking. " SI 8 .ILI ' d CRIMINAL ASSAULT. Belton, Tex., May 19. This place was thrown jnto a stir to- day by the announcement that three little girls h id been the vic tims of attempted criminal assault and that C. F. Blythe, a fisher- the' Farms for Sale OUR FUNERAL CAR, LOWERING DEVICE AND TRUCKS WILL COMPARE IN ELEGANCE WITH ANY: EQUIPMENT FOUND IN EVEN DALLAS OR HOUSTON. THIS IS FOR THE FREE USE OF OUR CUSTOMERS. ' . 75he Bourtlett Hardware Co. vx50oocm3ocooooooooooooooo3 oecocooocooooooooeeoeoooao Damage to Cotton Crop. "Dallas Nowa. Great damage hhs been' done to the cotton crop in North Texas especially, and to Ja certain ex- tent in other parts of) the State, hy the recent long continued ftieavy rains. This is a statement -.made by Pre...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 25 May 1906

W;zpM j$r k , v , .. New Spring and n Summer fN n's yDays 7 CLOTHING 'SALE Every Buit has been reduced 35 per cent for 7 days only and most of the former selling prices hayo b6en cut square in two. . ' A Mighty Clothing Sale 7 DAYS 7 -. Beginning; Sat. May 19, Ending May 26th Seven Days Only Grey's and Blue's 35 per cent dis- count" for seven days only. 35 per cent Discount on all Men's, Youths and Boys Clothing. Forfier prices are reduced 35 percent for the big clothing event, which begins Sat. May 19th and leasts 7 days. We want to clean ip every ece . of men's youths and boys clothing in the house, and if price reduction is any incentive there will be lively doings aromd this section. We are not going to consume space to innumerate the different styles as they are so diversified and in such plentitude that it would consume the entire page to give even a hint of the compressiveness of the mammoth assortment. Nev- er again will you have the opportuniy to dress in such rich raiments...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 25 May 1906

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 25 May 1906

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 1 June 1906

J N O artktt rtbntie: BARTLETT. TEXAS, JUNE 1, 1906. R. P. OA.TES, Editor anp PnoritiETOR. $1.00 Per Year. VOL. XXI.- NO. 6. mi ' -V rf ZasaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaBaaaaaaa o J a .i!ti!i " t.t".!Sn't(i!.i' -r " " MMn Nl ' . . Sa 9 ( rSa J. - & ( Sa Sa" ? K8a ..-. -.. .. Da A . -r Clearing Sale Begins June 2nd, Ends June 16th. The Values offered in this sale have never been equalled in this city. The stock, is all new everything having been bought for this Spring and. Summer's business abso- lutely nothing have beenocarried over fom previous season's. Bargains amazing) mar- velous, extraordinary. On eyery ccunter, in.every aisle, every section throughout this store will present an array ol bajgains that will make the shrewdest shopper marvel. When, rs you surely will recognize that everything is of the latest style and of Unques- tioned quality of the most dcsireable kind, the values will prove all the.more startling, v . This stock must be sold. This stock of Spring .and sum...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 1 June 1906

yih'jt" Xi - ' (" V A' "1 ) W sd r ln n b - t no THE BARTLETT TRIBUNE. E3TABLISHED 1880. Cniered nd-claii Matter at the Postoffioe, Bartlett. Texas. One Year 1.00 Six Months ...60 Three Months 25 ' R. F. CATES, Editor and Proprietor, M. L. CATES, Foreman. FRIDAY, JUNE 1, L900 A man's creed will not carry him to hsayen unless he is right at heart. IN & duel at Jackson, Mhs. a feAV days ago the Barlow knife had an inning. One man had a pitch fork and the other a Bar- low knife the former will die and the latter had an eye punch- ed out by the pitch fork. The Texas Press Association will meet at Corpus Christi next week and the editor of the Trib- une accompanied by hiB wife, expects to be there. In our ab- sence the paper will be in com- petent hands, and, unlike many papers when the editor is absent, fall short, it will maintain its standard and print all the news. The Tribune accerjts adver- tising contracts on the gurantee that this Daperhas a larger bona fide paid circulation ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 1 June 1906

mm & , i n, u fu. iKM f& , fetfr t'l ' Kt tf. v ' V - f( It .V r- 1 1 " u J Its 4 ft - v K " 40000004M MILLINERY Clearing Sale BEGINNING MAY 2Cth, ENDING JUNE 9th Two Weeks Only Chiffon 42 inches wide worth 75c, at 60c u k t, 50c " Silk w.orth 76c Jap Silk, 35 inchs wide, worth-50c ' Ribbon worth 86c go at - - " " 30 " "" .- ' " 20c " ' " " i6c " Caps, regular price 76c go at -Caps, regular price 60c go at , -Caps, regular price 26c go at Children's Streamer hats worth 756 at 35c 60c 35c 25c 20c 15c 10c 50c 40c 15c 40c C( 60c at 25c I Trimmed Hats, Street Hats, Shapes, Body Hats, Legnorns, Flowers, Ornaments, Laces, All-over Lace Veilings, in fact everything in stock go at very Low J figures. Uome. looic tnrougn, take advantage ol 1 these Bagains. Every as advertised. Also Urders executed m the Latest Creations i s In Howie Co.'s Store, Bartlett, Texas -frooo&xi crossing, 10 mtloa southeast of Taylor. The bridge da to be of a single Span, 160 foot ,in length, 58-foot app...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 1 June 1906

tf 0 m v - t " . ' . u to ' tf , !? B w? n a U " s & T IS- '8$ W' w V BB.rr Km"! Sr &. Kv rfi -r THE BARTLETT TRIBUNE. E3TABLI8HED 1880. entered nd-olan Matter at the Pottofflce. Oartlett Texas. Ontf Year. Six Months Throo Months .....1.00 50 25 R. F. GATES, Editor and Proprietor. M. L. CATES, Foreman. FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1906 THE jury in the Wert Terry oaso at Cameron failed to agree and was discharged". They were out Aye days. Aoents of the American Ex- press Company have boon noti- fied that on r.nd after July 1, 1906, that company will take no more consignments of liquor to bo Bhipped C O. D. into pro- hibition districts. A minister lately required two columns in the Council Grove Republican' in orde'r to express his views on "Futuro Punish- ment." Religious views are changing rapidly. There was a time when the good eld orthodox Baptist could express hia views on future punishment in one short word of four le tors. Beginning June 1, the forces of the Baptist church of Texas ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 1 June 1906

rm- ssar. iri t. tr rj5r.Jtflj F . "" T "2 r 5 rv1 "JwJ ''mw 1. V". .'Ai' ,V? Q ' B-o iv ft I a Of .Zi tt vD V,' a r fc" w ,- ! rt W Hf i H iW W R PLANTING APPL'S. Rough 'Lahd and Cedar Mulch Well. Bough In Bomo portions-of America ap- ple trees nro rarely found growing on the smooth and well tilled fields, but, on tlio contrary, on the hillsides, thejidges, the breaks, where brush and 8t6ncs vio with each other for first and best places. There we find hardy, long lived apple trees spread- ing their fruit bearing branches. It is said of some of these hill lands that they are so steep and ro rough that you "must lead a horso ten miles "to find a place, to wallow." In the South wo have often been taught to avoid such rough land be- cause the crops failed upon them or the trees were short lived or thi land Boon washed away when act to fruit of any kind. Yet some of the finest applo trees of Arkansas, Okla- homa and 'Texas arc found on just tuch rough arid rocky land. In many , cases no...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 1 June 1906

'X & ,. ', & ( : I t'. J' u ' ' 951 I'V THE BARTLETT TEIBUNE H. F. CATES, PUILIBHER. 'BABTLETT, - TEXA8 IMMENSE SALT PONDS. ,"Wat;r from (Jrcat Bait Lnko 3?ur V niflhcs material of a Val uable Industry. v f JOtle of the remarkable sights of the Great Salt lake, of Utah,, 'developed by the progress of sci entific industry, is the system of immense sult-mnking ponds on the shore of the lake. At Saltnir the lake water is pumped into a great settling basin, Avhcre the .impurities fall to the bottom, and, containing much iron, form a red- dish deposit. From this basin the 3 jyatqr is drawn off into "harvest- ing ponds," . averaging 90,000 Square yards in area and six inches inlepth. The ponds are kept supplied ,-With water, as the evaporation . goes on from May to September, ,iyV)ieu the salt harvest begins. The ivntcr having disappeared, a daz- wiling layer of salt, two or three inches thick, is found covering the bottom of the ponds, and this is broken up with plows before be; ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 1 June 1906

rtrft&a 3 V'S 1' F ! U Ki'V $ Bffi4 s iii V L 8S' wf iy- , I - B B Bvfl B fl B a B B H wk H BW '' B fl B n H RAILROAD TIMB'tABLE. Tl ay trains .......... .. ...-2:15 flight train Soulh. jtfight train North . 11(28 a. m. ......4:28 a. m. LOCAL MENTION. Meet me at the Nickel Store. Tomorrow is Trade and Sales day. June corn, cane seed and millet sw at iiawn;uuc uc uuji a( C J. Hoinsohp was on the sick list this weok. u Tarp folding Is clerking for tprowitt Bros; ; Neat's foot harness oil at, the Nickel Store. K Joe Rowe of Corn Hill was .in' town yesterday. " Work on the oil mill is prog- jessing nicely. , Dr." Sharp went to Holland this week on business. Dr. Ghent of Belton was hero this weok on business. Ooie Bolk mado a flying trip to Eddy this week. Mr. Caldwell of Belton is hero thia week on business. John Denson was up from Densonvillo this week. Joo Lindsey of Granger was a Bartlett visitor yesterday. i Dee MoKay of Holland was a Bar,tlett visitor yesterday. Of Wilson of . ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 1 June 1906

rrvy .ll-fPi fi 4 i$ I' 1" f ' i,ty it v I.)- A Great Selling Event i Sw M ISf'V. It, . 3fc':. .. m:' B' t m. rt C Was planned for e r success than we expected it to be-Ht has gone beyond our most sangu ine expectation. The Volume of busi- ness has been double what we looked for. It has been a Big Sale because we are giving Big Values. The bus- iness done to us is a consideration of less importance than the fact we've had customers from all sections of the country visit our store during the sale, and among them we've noticed the faces of many who have not been our customers before. Judging from the expressions of satisfaction heard on eyery hand, we've not only Sold The Goods, but it's been a Friend Making Sale. A Kodak snapped at any one passing out of our store would have given the picture of a pleased customer. We feel that we would do the public as well as ourselves an injusticeto close this sale just now, hence we have decided to x. s , for a few days longer, that all may have ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 1 June 1906

wj v,r ' ?r vr ' ,' JrwOT?C7'!rioi"' Mtv, pwpibwotki.. n xiFKcnr lu'.aVjr,tiLivMtrmMtmmnmB,mrS n')V 1 ' ' ' ' "" 7 ' V. !'. ' "''Al I1," ' ?.,) ' ,! ' 1 ! -... II w!jwi.fif,' ipty W t'K. fc: ( Pf..v- i - :fc-., ,b S& Ry. 1 F - K-x. W" -- I !.' I" : W KJt a ". 000O0Q0OCXQ6000CeCCO00CtW We Do Proper OUR FUNERAL CAR, LOWERING DEVICE AND TRUCKS WILL COMPARE IN ELEGANCE WITH ANY: EQUIPMENT FOUND IN EVEN DALLAS OR HOUSTON. THIS IS FOR THE TREE USE OF OUR CUSTOMERS. I &e Baotlett Hardware Co. XXOOOOOCK50000000CXKX5000QoeOOOOOCX)OOCKXXOOOOC5C30000 Big Barbecue Planned. Taylor, Tex., May 27. An- nouncement is made that on June 12 a bit: barbecue and' political rally will be held in the Owens pasture, nbouttwelve miles south- east of this city, anf'judging by the way the affair is being adver- tised, t will be about the biggest thing of'the kind ever held in this .section, for some time. The place selected is at thp in- tersection of Travis. Williamson, Bastrop and Lee counties, and t...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 1 June 1906

w a jfwwyffi-ii&'n' " ' . T" j ?.' ,' B" UI JtlBUSflafiCffSXCflaWHHI W I Prewitt Bros. i m (fib ' m : ss ts B tli New Spring Styles in Shirt Waists Half Price Wv - ."..Na V Worth $10 now Former selling prices are Cut Square in Two for the Big Shirt Waist Evvent that Begins here Saturday, June 2nd and lasting' Seven Days. WW Worth $7.50 now $3-74 y r , HERE'S THE WAIST STORY . ' V . ," All Silk Waists Formerly Soiling for $10 now $4l98 -' , " '' " " " i " 7.5o " - 3.74 ' ' ' ' r '.' " '-' '" ' " ' " 6.50. "' 3.24 , ' " " ' " ' " " 6.00 " 2.48 . " " l " ! " ,f '" . V -''I4.0tf x" 1.98 ' ' ' -, N ""","",.." 'r&.50 " 1.74 - r -f -' A11 lawn' and linen waists up to $5 Priced in the r , . ,- . . , ,, ., , j v same Prqposition . . , - v Special Bargains in Embroidery, Laces, Allover Laces, Ladies Belts, NecKwear and Shirts. We want to clean up all the above ar- ticles, and in order to do so, we have resorted to the deepest unhealing' Cut Prices. An elaborate 'display of ready-to-we...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 8 June 1906

SflB i -m, . ,,.( fif )T sy. r ., (,, o v'fl ". v a a 0 artlett tibtttic: E. F. OATES, Editoii and Proprietor. BARTLETT, TEXAS, JUNE 8, 1906. t.00 Per Year. VOL. XXI. NO. 7, YOUNG LADY INSULTED .. . . -.s.dKflsj.aaaKdkaB'akakdksk kaaa MAAMA(llaAnBAAAAiiMMMAA aa o a eao so ;oo;;emoii osaas e a ." -V.t iititiiMitiiii! i!tttM!:iiiiiiitiitiiit::i"!tt'iiMiiMtiMtiif :.' ;. . . -, ! BY A NEGRO MAN. oO .09 oj ne Hi : figv' So. BE-,'- k. M' Isi ' Hi. K" ' H- ,J 1:', ' R?'v ( W't R'. Se-- if1.; B;; Be jP aa BE.' Br Bjii, B89 Kg', K- fc- fi AS" K '; . ' Bk ao" K Efc.' . jfe - Ew ' R6 ' so" ' Kv. IK se K -ae Iw Sa. Bfl w' so. I, A & ! y aa. aa- I, o S& ' ? Sao.. in" A- -aa ' V a- ;v (.. ... i- aa l- ' , ) , -, X "rr ' . ft ' - ' . k, I ;, u. "i I I )' I I 1 ' I . . 1 j tiAj as as .oo as as a a "oad -a as a as as a a as as as as POSSE IN PURSUIT AND CONSIDERABLE EXCITE- MENT PREVAILS. NEGRO SHOOTS AT A MEMBER OF POSSE. continues with unabated- interest. Many have spent ,their hard earned...

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