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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 7 June 1907

1 W V J M& M, "3I !! '" ,,' i4j V-J . . J5v job rj ' w ipII.im. ,mll, JHnn.yn.nifti .jwlM. iinlj,. ; sr ft i' If yr T 1 1 -V -(1 I. t P o 'J?a If 'f V. Ul' 1 . r t !.? 1.1 -Ti .1 J- ,tv m - W-& $$' !&"' "J :?i-if l'jir Isl-Wc w 'I n a H , mimma OUTHWEST TEXA The coming California You will find either one or both of the following propositions the best in every -espect ever admitted for your consideration, and N should not fail to avail yourself of this opportunity, which may never come again to the average reader of these lines. m Sixteen thousand acres, LaSalle county, 80 miles from San Antonio, 6 miles from Cotulla, I. & G. N. railroad runs through land. 730' farms pf 20 acres each. 10 farms of 40 acres 1 each, 7 farms of 80 acres each, 3 farms of 160 acres each. There are as many town lots as farms.-" The price of one farm and one town lot is $420 on long time, easy payments', 'and $400 on short time contracts. No negroes allowed in colony. The day of distribution ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 7 June 1907

Ml-' $('''.. ii: ' -. ?'" & "'"fffe'i'wct:' '"':' "."'.fgy.'g'K'fagffirixi", 1 Vi HjW !" . wu ml uwwu uuu uiiuMimnMnnaHmnnpinimiinnnnni HHHWM MMnwMBa v1" MEN, IN BUYING CLOTHES : : li.m.'ilSi.iituni full i hi I. .. 1 1 ai7wKKBSwni4wm i iii. Mi i ft i iiiwiini.iiyiiii..i...i. IVjjdK .....-.. ' ' '''' '''' ,-v' " ' H wEiac Lots tM '-: '9mSt': ' f H;i H " " v flDS'1'' u. r1 l2 m r H.tf , rr j Mi ky BIB Rr'IK B3B HEEBII THE BARTLETT TRIBUNE. ESTABLISHED 1886 .--..................... Entered as second-class matter at the Post-office, Bartlett, Texas. One Year $1.00 Six Months , 50c Three Months !..'. 25c k, P. CATES, '- Edltorand Proprietor. FRIDAY, JUNE 7, 1907. Travis county went anti-prohibition Saturday by about 1100 majority. The next meeting of ex-Con-jfederates will be held at Bir- mingham, Ala. Just twenty-three of Ft. Worth's saloons will be cut out July 11 under the new ruling. Jl S. Armstrong of Dallas do- nates one hundred acres of land in Highland Park, near that city, i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 7 June 1907

- u ' ' ? 3 W S d i "ft U if u " V, if i i ' e f, ' Jffr.hfr" l.HM ?''' t-r- "i" " "!" '-""ii 'yyff'Y''igi 'T'"''1 ' ' " " "' ST1? " mmMmmvimtmmwmmmm WE MUST MAKE ROOM. 1 . 5s t$ Picnic Suggestions As the picnicking season is about here don't forget we are better prepared than ever to take care of your wants. Keep this'list as a reminder. ' All kinds of package cakes, such as Fig Newtons, Va- nilla Wafers, Marshmallow Dainties, Cheese Stick Crack- ers and numerous other kinds. Duff's Apple, Juice. Canned Meats, all kinds, fine supply of pickles and olives. Salad Dressing. Preserves and jellies. And always keep on hand Swift & Cb's. Premium Hands. In order to do so for the next 30 days wi wiil sell you a Columbus buggy cheaper thnn you can, per- haps, ever buy one again. You know what the Columbus buggy is. Do not fail to take advan- tage of this unparalled opportu- nity. Hightower Lumber Co. , . v 150 bushels Red Top cane seed at Lawrence Bros. 1 r I IB'ucek & Bartosh M K. a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 7 June 1907

K?" A if ;, U; TW - :" ?$ s"'t , l u B,i ' ,s ms nlirfl ( i , o J 1 -, , ... ., . i. , ( Wll.yg,., ",Tv'y!TV".n","''1v 'yff-M - i.iy. . t. A.., ,,.,-, L.mH. -t.J.t..1., hi mummmm nnaimiiMniii r i"1 r t u . :. tf " m K. ,fc.l..,-,i.in-r.ti,rf..nil.'i in ymji - wi.ii. .ii,... i n Mk ; 1 ,' o . ! I. ' lB Ih w r- We have a nice assortment to select from, and prices to suit the buyer. A car of H. H. , Babcock Go's Buggies to arrive inside of a week. Also a car of the wfiH known Cole Carriage CoJ-s'goods to' arrive this week. 7We are headquarters for any -," thing in the vehicle iine of high grade and medium prices. A comparison will convince you. KjirtoilEai wMsm ' Y LOCAL NEWS. Comings and Goings of the People You Know. I have a nice supply of feed on hand now. Give me your order. Jno. P. Lawrence. Ask your merchant for "Lus- terlite," the coal oil. Not made by a trust. Best on earth. New jewelry lots ot it at Whitlow's. John Bartlett started his thresh- er Monday. Try a sack of Angel F...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 7 June 1907

' ,s 'v U , 4-P a, -j tfV m o,- A. ' f .OMtyM CHE COUNTRY iws from Belli William ison and Mil am' Counties, There will bef a Confederate oldiers' picnic on the Gabriel, fear Leander, June 29. Dr. H.M. Bennett, of Florence, Recently realized $10,000 profit bonr a sale of Some western land m sold. Temple, Texas, June 1. J. W. JriBSpm of Pilgrim has purchased wer 700. acres of land five miles from here at $10 an acre. The windstorm Friday after- lpon which swept over the east ern portion of Williamson county Struck Obermuller's gin, seven iles'east of Taylor, and dam ged the. plant to the extent of .bout $1000. Thaboiler house of ;he gin was completely wrecked. 13. C. Sonntag, of Davilla, who iad the contract for putting- the aptist church back into position iiad splendid luck, as he proved o be an expert at the business. "he church is now in as good con- ition as it formerly was, with e exception that the wallpaper ,nd possibly some inside decora- ions,, were injured to some ex- :egt ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 7 June 1907

.-? "-"i ' 't ". .;' '"; - '" & a " -' -' jft "'' " U i r.- V V ' . '? J ,' ,' Ek d-iAi- -'' JkL "''ft . iL ", u ' -?- ilini i Tii!T..W in ii up nTTiWimiJfiiiirni liHi TiTun Tfct iiTlitf,FffnjjTi, a,it.i ftmjjnuWwwiSMiuiid hmhii d Mojito wi.i a .!.,. . ijlihj II". I r B h jiNWl(WiWWlWM EYE Vrfrrhnf AN L 1 have just received a carload of Enterprise Buggies and Surries and have a car of STIVER BUGGIES bought; and in order to make room for them 1 will giye some of the closest prices ever made in Bartlett on buggies and sur- ries, in other words, 1 can positively SAVE YOU from $10 to $20. on each vehicle. Any Gooseneck Hoe in my house at 40c. 1 am also making some CLOSE PRICES on v Furniture and Matting ... i Don't fail to see me for 1 can save you money. I MEAN WHAT I SAY I Ed Rowntree J Pecan Items. June 3, 1907. Health of the community good. The crop conditions have be- come a serious thing in this coun- try and dry weather is Jadly needed in order to save what we have left. Our ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 14 June 1907

ps.- pj tt "u tit..-, ii.fr R. F. GATES, Editor and Proprietor BARTLETT, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 14, 1907. $1.00 Per Year. VOL. XXll NO. 9 w '- ,H IT--' V LjJllMI M ' 9 !H I - When a maun comes to us for clothes we ,expect him to have confidence in us and in our statements; and we mean to desesve such conf dence. There are no facts about the clothes we sell that you are not welcometo; one nice thing in handling Hart Shaffner and Marx goods is that they are clothesjiwe can tell the truth about. We want voir to realize that we think our interest in selling you clothes is the same as yours in buying them. We couldn't afford to take any other position. In addition to our own as- , surance of quality, however, we offer you the Hart Schaf- f ner &MalxXlabel"j"irislas strong a guarantee of good quality in clothes as you will eyer see. F. H. Leslie io i r ? Mr ' ' I ' i I 'toMWMjMI fEfeffr g- T Valuation Hearing Georgetown, Texas, June 10. The Williamson county commis sioners' court, Judge ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 14 June 1907

t . ' . ' . ,V- ' - v?',V., 1 - --. : ;i to ubftLi ' '"V" si '. i .T4Wv,ni..ii.n ihni(llr,miiii..ii yilillfiy. 1.1). iirfniiiDli4r.i.V'j. 'ajwmwmwwmmtnntmwmmmmwwmwmnwnmK IVMMMMMMNHMM ' .; ! t We "Want YOU'r .Cotton1 -Sea ft! I fc lOur Undertaking Department) and will pay you the top of , the market for them .rt V i . .i. m .. 1 1 nif , "mp 'wWtSfiwslVwrf llW w I'rviiJjVT & m K W mm iSS rfffiSS 4?S1 ca Rltt. sgss1 js complete with Hearse, Mod- cm Lowering Device, Cooling Board, Men's and Women's Burial Robes. Prompt and personal attention given day or night. Day phone 33. Night phone 93. Hi' nniiiiiiiiiiiiinim iinini"m,' ii i 'HWMIiPfffflHl 1 HARDWARE AND FURNITORE-Your Moneys Worth 2E That is what you have a right to expect, and that is what you get when you trade with us. It all depends upon this. We : stand behind everything we ,selL We guarantee you your gr money's worth, Our customers know this and stay with us. It JT is as much, or more, to our interest as it is to yours, t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 14 June 1907

j u V "tf . ' se hi wmmmitimwmwmmmmmmmmmm On the Market line Stock and Poultry Food, Heave Powders, Worm Powders, Louse Killer and Healing Powders. All guaranteed to be the best on the market. I ' ., F '' 1 i The Common Occupation. The other day a two-dollar bill went scurrying before the wind in one of the streets of a big city and a scofre or more of boys and men went chasing after the elus- ive bit of paper with all the en- ergy they could muster. For the time consideration of everything else by every member- was set aside, and not one. of them even "thought of anything else but to secure possession qf that one lone piece of money. At last one of the pursuers was struck with the humor of the situation, and step- ped to the sidewalk and begun to laugh at the wild efforts of tbe others, who, in their eagerness to get the bill had lost all chance of getting any pleasure out of the pursuit of it. Of course, there was only one bill and only one man could possess it yet dozens were rea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 14 June 1907

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 14 June 1907

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 14 June 1907

T v . i- of "' ,u i. it A ,eki'i -,a: f 'i jOlL 1 HH i. f V. ffr $&JS; '4&A ZMJt J" " vmpw OT i v Ji "5' ' fVlM' Jk p b, , ri hii. M,tn i in. i i.yv J" H"nff'"ilTjSy no i" v.ovWl- 1. v. ffltrr .nftM ia,iAW4i U&u CT1" jV'!tiyi';'''',''.?j''1'lVVg v K5! A We have a nice assortment to select from, and prices to suit the buyer. A car of H. H. Babcock Go's Buggies to arrive inside of a week. Also a car of the well known Cole Carriage Go's goods to arrive this week. We are headquarters for any thing in the vehicle line of high grade and medium prices. A comparison will convince you. Subject, "Temperance." LeadeMartin Blair. Song, Prayer. , Questions to be asked by leader. Paper, "Personal Influence and Our Responsibility for It." J. V. Morris. Papier, "What Position Ought Young Women Take as to Moder- ate Drinking." Erline Joiner. Paper, "What Danger is there in Using Alcoholic Liquors as a Medicine." Lee Parker. Paper, "Why is Total Abstin- ence the Best Policy for All of Us....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 14 June 1907

4i u IV yip v: 'fypfl CI ''. ' . r& lfh,,f1u,,l-,rf.'.r'r'l..-.r-'"V',J'A''' ' 7 '-' ' -U W S-ni ii ni i n HQ, fii i i 1 ii tilliaitj1il"' Win; "!' '( rn.Hin, luinxiiwil-,..,.. i. ...w.'.L-.. mi l )ri I i ..: P ,! hh; Ifh- ,? n !' Ir. V tl. OVER THE COUNTRY NeWs from -ttqll, William; son and Milam Counties. County Tax Collector Ensor of Belton la recovenng from a se- vere illnessy1 The census of- Belton has been completed, verified and sworn to, and It reaches 6.(584. and no tomb- W&'&'ktotica 'enumerated either. News les prevails throughout the town, amounting almost to an epidemic though so far there has been no fatilitfes. Sheriff Burkes arrested Mrs. Emma ,juinn of Fort Worth Sat- urday ona charge of swindling. $$Qr husband was arrested a week .- ago on a similar charge. Both are in jail. - Belton News. The fine Tennesse stallion, ': Highland Squirrel, valued at , $2t500 died at the Highland Stock Erirm near Jonah a few days ago. Br.' ,B. Nowliri, owner of the horse,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 14 June 1907

H tk ' & :- M w Iivi - ;: IWW& 51 : L'8 u '. ' I, ' ;X u te I ' . ...v a '. . ' Jlfatu' IS """.' TV KlMMMtUMMnMKfMtUHMiaM- 'Ell" M 73TT7 . M&l OUR lWIRHBtaHMIriittHMI mmmmmmMmmmmmmtommmMmmmmmmmmiitmim m ( rjHv bbb im jhBbX KH &W Will iff I'Wl iiiS : vlll I M I 14! DtS!Cl!t03Y SpM Michael iSnn AfKA H 1 rfl nrfA Uean IVIercti ew. seasona ble R eliab ani Will be offered at special price reductions throughout the.-.. n We mean more business and a, cleaning out of all surplus stock and odds and ends, etc. K -'i ' , H .. BKH 'W- i '- ' ' ' Tj MB,' U .BD flflBCBto jdBRBbk SBft JflMI iHUn. HUMHtBB HRflSflBWRBHB MR MMHtrflttBBH BSI flffHt flflHHv H "f i BbbBvBs il""T.A V I r x Ss I I I VAV e wra& ". Stylish -. .Ammm H IP I - M ll I anais y nx I fcST.x I JuA .or NL-q-'Ifes' i 3- r . Xi.aA ! .- W Ai' 10 to 50 n nc Per Cent Discount Dress goods, batistes, lawns, linens, ladies low cut shoes, misses low cut shoes, muslin underwear, white linen skirts, woolen skirts, embroider...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 14 June 1907

w artlett Tribune emeri V Suppl BARTLETT, TEXAS, JUNE 14, 1907. For Anything; in the Drug line., See I Bucek & Bartosh I 1 are still making new customers every day. You 1 I had better fall in line. I 1 We have just received a large shipment of the fa- I 1 mous Economy Fruit Jars. These are the' best to be f 1 ' Use Prince Royal Flour, $1 .50 per sack. I i - Fresh Saur Kraut 1 IB week & Bartosh! iNew Druggist Law. Dr. C. C. Black informs the Sun that under the new medical law, which goes into effect July 12, any druggist who prescribes a remedy for a customer, makes up the prescription and receives pay for the same will render him- self liable to prosecution. As will oe seen in thefreport oi the proceedings of the County Med- ical Society yesterday, the atten tion or the drufrtrists was called to the law and they were warned not to transgress it. "Counter -nreacribiner" as it is called, will be proscribed after July Georgetown Sun. A Sad Death. 12. To Hill Johnson Grass. Farm...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 14 June 1907

'im j; iWlrfri pwip,?CT- ASM fNf5$i ?t i BSE iVARTLET TRIBUNE IURTLET, TEXAS FARMER AND PLANTER A DEFINITE OBJECT IN VIEW, Cost of Improving a Railroad. To duplicate tho track of a largo tArnorican road would Involvo an ex- poudltuio whoso resulting yearly charges would bo very far from being mot by tho added revenue for n long ttmo to como. As a raattor of fact, most of tho lallroada are, thoroforo, duplicating their tracks slowly, says "Wolcott Drow in Moody's Magazine It Is, however, not a question whether enough Is spent each year to keep a road, already In good condition, up to tho previous normal standard, but whethor enough additional has been expended to keep tho road in tho up-to-dato state demanded by tho contin- ually higher standard of living and ex- penditure In tho whole country. A striking example is Been in tho South- ern Pacific. In 1902 a largo broker- ago houso, Interested In this stock, estimated with an expenditure of ? 40,- 000,000 this road would bo in a first...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 21 June 1907

fit 1 v ( .-V E. F. CATES, Editor and Proprietor BARTLETT, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 2l, 1907. $1.00 Per Year. VOL. XXII. NO. 10 JF 1 s" 1 5. Lt l' ' 1 lo P II 3c Will buy one yard of pongee remnants worth 10 to 12 1 -2c per yard elsewhere v 3c KtD TICKET SALE AT GERSBACH WACKER GO'S 37c For a lot of shirts that formerly sold at from 75c to 1.O0. They must go 37c . Only l few dsys more eund your opportunity to buy first ciocss Spring and Summer Goods at the lowest prices ever made by any Kouse in BLrtlett will have passed lwlv Remember this saJe closes July 1st. Until that time we are offering thousands f dollars worth of merchandise tt and less than our actual cost. WE HAVE TOO MANY GOODS. I We need T5he ROOM end &e CASH. It will py you to investigate t5e GREAT BAR GAINS we are offering, Every statement we make will be carried put to 15he fullest extent. We advertise nothing' but first class merchandise no old stock. miMiMiiii,'MH.j.ii:m,i MILLINERY This department has done a wonderf...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 21 June 1907

', f ..) '. ;:'), $fe mMi 4 t :.&. M.1 " :t 0 Hi Ju 7S-! T- Hyg lg ypmmmitp Sf" i)tmxfc!!t'jau.w. 2 siMmimHtmMtmmmwfimtummmTftmmmmmtwtii Mmumtmmmmtmvimmmmm We Want'Yoiir Cotton Sed and will pay you the top of the market for iheni & Our Undertakisi' dp-- W a" w ft Er a ,fe is complete wit Hearse, Mod- ern Lowering Device, Cooling Board, Men's and Women's Burial Robes. Prompt and personal attention given day or night. Day phone 33. Night phone 93. y&sm w 7SS& I HARDWARE AND FURNiTURE-Your Moneys Worth gE That is what you have a right to expect, and that is what m you get when you trade with us. It all depends upon this. We 3 : stand behind everything we sell- We guarantee you your Sz money's worth, Our customers know this and stay with us. It is as much, or more, to our interest as it is to yours, to get the best goods possible. It is a satisfaction a very great satisfac- tionto get home and find everything just as represented to you. You feel just like coming back to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 21 June 1907

' i TMHTTTll iT , ! .. u -4t 4 --w - ' "?m. 1 w lo est On the Market A full line of Dr. Hess Stock and Poultry Food, Heav$ Powders Worm PowdersLouse Killer and Healing Powders. All guaranteed to be the best ion the market. r 1 it XI " n Brittg's Suit for $12,6000. 1 Through her attoreny, F. I. Fisher of Taylor, Mrs. Grace Ischi of Georgetown has entered suit in the district court for the sum of $12,600 against the George- town cotton seed oil mill on ac- count of the death of her hus- band which occurred in the mill's seed housefover a year ago. Mr. Igchi was a farmer and on driv- ing his 'team into the seed house & ton or more hulls slid down upon him burying him beheath and smothering him to death be- fore succor came. Ii was thought that in digging out seed below the foundation of the weight above was undermined, and when Mr. Ischi drove in the shaking of the floor caused the embankment to $fivo way-, a Smith' Sure Jjtfdaey Cure. Tfce only guaranteed kidney remedy. I. Bay it ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 21 June 1907

v J 4 ,4 n ' r u v , u i V . I t t I1! Jk, ffM ft' 'l 1 fr JMEBARTLfeTT TRIBUNE. ESTABLISHED 1886 Entered as second-class matter At the Post-office, Bartlett, Texas. Ori Yniir .. ai.nn J CJv lUnnflin J'" Krt Three Months 25c R. P. CATES, Editor and Proprietor. ' FRIDAY. JUNE 21, 1907. Our Foreign Population. The statement of immigration -Ho this country during the month of,May, issued Saturday by the Bureau of Immigration, shows that in the period named 2,331 aliens came in through the port of Galveston. Over the Texas border there came 400; over the Arizonia bor der24. ' , At the port of Galveston thirtv- three were debarred because of being paupers Or likely to become public charges and thirty-nine were kept out because of suffer ing from disease of a loathsome or contagious character, making the total number debarred 72. Twenty-five were debarred at the Texas border because they were paupers and 48 by reason of contagious or loathsome diseases, 33 were sent back because of in- su...

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