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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 22 May 1914

K t r- H y The awful cutting and slashing of prices at the great SHERIFF SALEhas pro- ven fatal, demoralizing competition and sent death and destruction to high prices For THE NEXT FOUR DAYS Bartlett will be the basis for a vast army of consumers and Koepke-Brown Go's, store will be the depot from which the vast mountains of merchandise will be distributed. ir trt l- 4-',l Vi fH fK H Ali jBpHHW vlw .. V it ., i, -. j' ' if. i -1 '. & i 21 Pounds Sugar Sheriff, Sale Price $1.00. -5 Gallons of Oil, Sheriff Sale Price 40c. T ioc Can Corn, Sheriff Sale Price 7. " 2.c an Keacnes, anerm aie thrice 10c. 30c Can Karo Syrup, Sheriff Sale Price 25c. 7 Bars Bob White Soap Sheriff Sale Price 25c!" 35c Bottle Pickles Sheriff Sale Price 25c. 25c Can Syrup, Sheriff .Sale Price 20c. ' 6 Pounds Good Coffee, Sheriff Sale Price $1.00. 50 Pound Sack High Grade Flour Sheriff Sale PriceSI .45. ioc Can Tomatoes Sheriff Sale Price 7 i2c0 '1 Four days more of this mammoth underpriced Sheriff Sale On Wed...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 22 May 1914

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 29 May 1914

r9Klf ' ' V' . JL If It If ' If t&w : JmtfMf . f&ttb ' ' A N P N E W S tottft. F. CATES, Editor and Proprietor BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY. MAY 29, 1914; ' $1.00 Per Tear. VOL. XXVIII. NO. 44 Wl VISIT BART- LETT JUNE 3. hi next Wednesday, June a, jo business men of Temple will sit Bartlett on their trade ex- Irsion, making their stop at 6 m. ana remain ininy ihihuicbi iring which time the Temple Lnd, composed of 20 pieces. CUl give a concert, ouurt uu- posses will be made, and a spe ll reporter will accompany the ccUrsionists and give write-ups the various towns visited. The party will be composed of Lis, mi .... !1) t)U Dl8iness men, xny wm lave Temple over the Santa Fe, ping to Brenham and lnterme-; ite points', thence to Elgin la the a. & i. J.; tnence over ta Katy. -The Tribune wants the citizens If Bartlett to extend the visitors cordial welcome on this occa- liop, thereby maintaining their reputation as hospitable people. NEW RAILROAD FOR GEORGETOWN ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 29 May 1914

' MTOlffl , r rw K Bl" , I. 1 IP 1 ft H Ft- !- &. p' l fct It Michelin Casings and Red Inner Tubes, best in the long run. Goodrich Safety Tred Casings and Brown Indian Tubes-best in i 1 the short stops. EVERYTHING IN ACCESSORIES We solicit your Repair work and will guarantee satisfaction. Complete Line of Fori! Parts Agent for FORD CARS Bartlett Garage PHONE 1G1 The Tribune And News FRIDAY, MAY, 29, 1914 Col. Ball's political "hoss" that he is trying to ride into the governor's office on, is a "dapple color" pro-with anti and Baily spots. The horse has been rid- den by so many different people, that he is some what balky. He may be "locoed." An editor who started about twenty years ago with only 55c is now worth $100,000. His ac- cumulation ot wealth is due to his frugality, good habits, strict attention to business, and the fact that an uncle died and left him $99,999.45. McLennan County Tom Ballites are going down the list picking candidates for the legislature and drawing the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 29 May 1914

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 29 May 1914

tffiV'W ' .' i . 1mfmtmmt)iipmm. wassssasse" J. 9AJPPNWMMV ?,yVJy'g'"yj''''.''lillia!g;' !i!llUJ'lJWJlll!LlLl3 TKXA8 INDUSTRIAL NOfES. ,' b t' h State Senator H. B. Terrell CANDIDATE FOR COMPTROLLER OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS: Platform: The correct interpretation of-and the strict enforce- ment of every law. Respectfully solicits your support during the campaign and your vote in the Democratic primaries, July 25, 1914. The Tribune And News FRIDAY, MAY, 29, 1914 The News man was in Temple first of the week, and in conver- sation With the citizons in gen- eral, he found a multitude of Tom Ball supporters. There is no doubt as to Tom Ball carrying Bell county, and it wouldn't be a great surprise to us if he (Ball) carried the Temple box. Hol- land News. Vol. 1, No. 48. A very much reverend author once remarked that "a prophet is net without honor save in his own country." We presume that you will admit the truth of the statement. People frequent- ly think more of other people with whom they ar...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 29 May 1914

ltr' 7, ' x'tfi (V V " JgaLUM"-"JUf ,!JLil'l""itLti-lL "LAi.t' Ji,aJ"Jg'wMrPJ'flJ!iaLillL,iLftg!yi ' ' ' XlliW """H"1 WiJLIUnuon County Farm Facts Tjierearo 4,482 farms in thifl county "and 3,32l) of them are 'either mortgaged or operated by tenants, while 1153 are en- tirely owned by the farmers that operate them. 'k . There are 16,600 persons in r this county directly dependent 6n tenant .farmers and mort- Raged farm home owners for ai giving. -, , There are 2647 tenant farmers 1 iTvfhm. nnilnfv nnri nnlO 9A nf them pay cash rentals: tha re , 'mainder bperate (on a share basis. There are only 260 negro and other non-white farmers in the entire county. There are 134 farmB in the county that contain more than 500 acres each. Thejvalue of all farm property of this county is $41,814,000. The average farm is worth $9,329. . Bell County Farm Facts There are 4,915 farms in this county and 3,865 of them are either mortgaged or operated by tenants, while 1.050 are entirely owned by the far...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 29 May 1914

n K- y'v f - mm$ he Tribune And News FRIDAY. MAY, 29, 1914 Old-time democracy, like old time religion, is good enough for this editor. Let the Bartlettbase ball team and friends take courage. A press dispatch from Hearne bears the information that the ball team of that city won its first , game in ten years, last Monday, If the rain keeps up a few month longer, grass will be baled and sold on the streets next sea son instead of cotton. Neither Ferguson's tenant proposition nor Ball's prohibition platform will amount to very much if the rains and floods con- tinue in Texas, for there will be no rents to settle, nor money with which to buy booze.' Next to a brick hotel, Bartlett needs surveying by a civil engi- neer, in order that the streets might have proper drainage. All will admit this fact, so let us all go to work to that end. It will have to be done before a sanitary and otherwise attractive town. Two candidates for Congress, had a flight at Comanche the other day. and la gun p...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 29 May 1914

fmim l HWMMRMMH F ' rfr- t i. i . -....- I -: 1 ! ! 1 i ' Sw' ' tfi,",: HSf-..- JF v ',' , In'V. !?; r '- ? ? . N& r If y A. l,c -i. n ADJUSTMENT REDUCTION PRICES ON I jDress Soods 50cvquality Rajah wash silk, going at 25c' 75c silk Ratine, new and nobby, going at 49c 35c dress Crepe, Beautiful patterns, at 17 l-2c THE PUBLIC IIP-JTAlflrffplBgll fill IffflWMffBffPqsttJMfBEMOMBMBBBBtM The Groat Adjustment Sale Just inaugurated to reduce this Mammoth stock has been a whirlwind success. Te store is jammed full every day, but .it's a jolly Rood natured ..crowd. Hundreds of people carried away the extraordinary ?argains and went home hap- py to spread' the news of such Stupendous savings. , STUPENDOUS SAVINGS Alid so the daffy crowds grow. Hundreds of people are reaping the benefits offerred by this great reduc- tion sale of beautiful new merchandise. It't an event that is certainly proving a genuine bargain feast for all who attend. x 35c printed rice cloth, very ; new, at 17 l-2c 3...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 29 May 1914

t f ' nPISkI HELP THE CIVIC LEAGUE Get Voting Coupons Every Cash Purchase. With CONDRA & BLAIR Up-to- date Drug tore THE REXALL STORE . LOCAL NEWS. R. N. Sexton was a Taylor visitor Saturday. LIV-VER-LAX, the liver regu- lator. Ask Condra & Blair. P. W. Bishoff and wife of Prairie Dell were here Saturday shopping. Fine line of bulk chocolates at Condra and Blair's. Mr. Cox traveling for Ameri- can Express Company was in Bartlett the past week in the in- terest of his company. Let us quote you prices on Deering Binders and Mowers Bartlett Hdwe Co. Mrs. C. E. Conner, is in the hospital at Temple for an opera- tion. When ready to varnish your floors use Berry Brothers Liquid Airanite, the best floor varnish Shade, sold by the Mutual Lum- ber Co. Mr. and Mrs. Robt Downey of Jarrell, were in Bartlett shop- ping Monday and incidentally witnessed the ball game, ratromze nome. uet youn meal irom the Bartlett grist mill, west of the railroad. Commissioner D. C. McLean and Mr. 0. R. C...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 29 May 1914

$r ) ( Vvf . "4 a L B ,v- B' f' r... " M.V jH H HH ! R V " " ' 1' f r r' V' "& Last Chance to Buy $2.00 Worth of Merchandise for ' SHERIFF SALE will close Saturday May 30th WITHOUT FAIL. With 20 clerks busy for the entire week we have sold a great many goods. But owing to the inclement weather we have decided to continue this sale three days more. TH.U A D We assure you that we will give even better bargains these three days than at any time during the sale-Take advantage of this money saving opportunity before it is to late. The store that made Bartlett famous, always lives up to its promise. LOOK WHAT AIT U I Jr' 1 rt iff Mi 21 Pounds Sugar Sheriff Sale Price 5 Gallons of Oil, Sheriff Sale Price 1,0c Can Corn, Sheriff Sale Price -25c Can Peaches, Sheriff Sale Price 30c Can Karo Syrup Sheriff Sale Price1' 7 .Bars Bob White Soap, Sheriff Sale Price rz ; ty $1.00 - 40c 7L-2c - 18c - V25c -25c 35c Bottle Pickles Sheriff Sale Price -. - - 25c 25c Can Syrup Sheriff Sale Price - -. -...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 29 May 1914

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 29 May 1914

t;rit,i !! ni.MyiitHiiWn immmmmmmmnt WON 6c Amor lean Calico Only 4c per yard J k"ii;,X., v , - N 10c Apron ChecKs Gingham Only 5c per yard Wr 1 I is. 1 X "N i a 5-is 1 therefore Extra Specials in Wash Goods 12 1' 2c Dress Gingham, Red Seal Toil de Nord Gingham. Sale Price i 7 1-2 Scouts 10c yard wide percale, Sale Price, 71-2c 15c white lawn, Sale Price 10c 20c white lawn, Sale Price. r... 15c 25c white flaxon. Sale Price 19c 20c white flaxon, Sal e Price 15c 75c dress linen, Sale Price 55c 50c white dress linen, Sale Price.. .38c 40c. white dress linen, per yard 30c Linen Shade. Champaigne, Light Blue. Old Rose, Pink Dress Linen, 35c quality, price -....19c Linen Sheeting, 90 inches wide, $1.00 per yard, quality. Sale Price 1 70c Madras Cloth, extra quality for mens shirts and boys waists, 25c yalue, sale price .'..19c Ribbons, Laces, and Embroideries 10c lace, sale price 5c $1.00 embroidery flouncing, lyard wide, sale price ...... .65c 20c ribbon, sale price...., 15c 25c ribbon, ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 29 May 1914

1 ' Uj u ( u H f'iJVS iimiMnifl.iiiMmi.iMiiHurfii it I V' &1 K- . -t . 11 ? Kf, !W3&9 M Sfi jUBB EH You cannot ' know what a Summer Goods look like. You I HBraTBR I strange flower garden looks like; must come to SEE them. Do so. ' I BLfSs ? a da;clouv nigjit. .It takes, The g-oods we have to show you 1 'SBHi W mi Mr MrMmKKKm tne sunlight to reveal its beauty. ,; ',-"" B IPmk You cannot 'know from a des " youi: eYes' n you I iHBK W if cription on a paper what our ' PRICE them you" will BUY, 1 iPfIS i SBartietij Tfexas Palm Beach SUITS ' jSkKi Plain, Stripes and Norfolks to fit any one. Stouts, re- gulars, slims in the genu- ine Palm Beach. MOHAIR BKKKKKKKKKFy M IH K We have them in any sizes. OTHERS AT $17.50 & $20 Let us fit you while sizes are plentiful. c s One !ot fancy Ribbons, extra good quality 50c and 75c value to be sold, special at only , 35c per yard VS. -.',: C '.i ' - - .' New Creoc L We have this week received a big lot of Crepe and Shadow Laces, ranging in ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 4 June 1914

ww'w'Mmi '""f W ''i AND NEWS R.F. CATES, Editor and. Proprietor WrTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TE&AS, FRIDAY. JUNE 4, 1914. ft. 00 Per Year. VOL. XXVIII. 'NO. 45 GRAND JURY RETURNS BILLS. BARTLETT WILL PLAY AT TAYLOR. Minim imniii r iMk. 8Hte ' im leipp fek wf &',- rH w it . 5k r"' I; I Btfl. if'' j- tfi- (ft a" i (Bfr fitf- sv if IW if". t ; - L'Y tiki. ru F ' ii TEMPLE TRADE EXCURSIONISTS. Two hundred strong, members of the Temple Chamber of Com- merce and others, were in Bart- lett Wednesday afternoon on their third annual trade excur- sion. Every manufacturing con- cern, wholesale house and indus- try of that growing 'city was rep- resented, and they were indeed a jolly set. The coached of the special train, which carried the excursionists, were decorated and the Temple Concert band added to the attraction. Supt. $, K. Hull, of -the Santa- Fe rail- way, accompahied the excursion- ists in his special car. Temple. is one of the mdst pro- gressive cities in Texas, and its citi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 4 June 1914

, f V1 I I " ' " We have installed in our drug store a large Refrigerating Candy Case which keeps both Bulk and Package Chocolates fresh the year round. When you are thirsty be sure that you come to Our Drugstore, where you KNOW you will get the best service. "A Taste & You Want More" CONDRA & BLAIR THE REXALL STORE LOCAL NEWS. Joe Reese was in Belton this week. J. D. Bell was in Jarrell this Week on business.. L. Leudecke of Waco was in the city Monday. Fine line of bulk chocolates at Condra and Blair's. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Claude Houston, a boy. Condra & Blair are headquar- ters for LIV-VER-LAX. Mr. McCrea of Vilas was here Saturday on business. Fresh vegetables received daily at Lawrence Bros. Mrs. Sides and babe df Gran- ger visited here the past week- Sell your oat and wheat to Lawrence Bros. Mrs. Joe Scharnberg visited relatives in Granger this week. LIV-VER-LAX, the liver regu- lator. Ask Condra & Blair. Mrs. Frank Beyer, of Sparks, was here Saturday on a vi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 4 June 1914

guum. .A-M:gg"j'ay iim "U"!;"!,1' ' mwjHw w wwfcyftygiwgyi'yj'it-iii''"i"i'wyi'ii' MMlNMilllMfflMMMM VtMHH Lpc DC Gc American Calico 0nly4c per yard L 10c Apron ChecKs Gingham Only 5c per yard fe K' i Lr,' Ill ;-iiinm i ' y 111 'f" HrWB MMMHN jBfe mt&A I ; - - - ? H T i) Aod Will Last Until The Desired Money Is Raised Extra Specials in Wash , Goods ' 12 1 2c Dress Gmcrham, Red Seal Toil de Nord Qingham. Sale P.rice 7 1-2 Scouts 10c yard wide percale, Sale Rrice , 7 l-2c 15c white lavn, Sale Price 10c 20c white la,wn, Sale Price 15c 25c white flaxon. Sale Price 19c 20c white flaxon. Sale Price 15c 75c dress linen, Sale Price 55c 50c white dress linen, Sale Price.. ,38c 40c white dresslinen, per yard 30c Linen Shade, Champaigne, Light Blue. Old Rose. Pink Dress Linen, 35c quality, price 19c Linen Sheeting, 90 inches wide, $1.00 per yard, quality. Sale Price 'Madras Cloth, extra quality for mens shirts and boys waists, 25c value, sale price 19c Ribbons, Laces, and Embroideries -' 1...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 4 June 1914

MS"1 IP r i n I1 . The Tribune And News . in in . i FRIDAY, JUNE, 5, 1914 The State of Texas now has $3.840,200 on hand. Everybody has a "soft lot" these days, if he hap any lot at oil. Thou hypocrite, come out in the open. Be sure your sins will find you out. Then you will wish the panthers had devoured you when you were little. The sinking of the Steamer Empress of Ireland is only an- other reminder that in the midst of life we are in death, and that we should be prepared to go. One step toward civic attrac- tiveness in Bartlett would be an ordinance prohibiting bill board posting, including the sides of business houses. Press dispatches report that a leper has been discovered in real high society of Washington, D C. High (?) seciety is the place to find them. More often moral lepers. Never in the history of Bart lett has the price of merchandise been reduced as low as it is at the presesent time. Now is the time to make 'vour purchases, It's your gain and the merchant's loss. Let...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 4 June 1914

,,- r "V mmmmmmmmmamimmm MM niiiimiiiii nana CONTINUES WITH UNABATED FURY l&P 4 r K;.. '"' i;r' uw a?. : J Further Startline Price Redutions ADJUSTMENT Prices That Spells Opportunity $6.00 Nettleton Shoes and Oxfords, djfl meat Wti going at $5.00 Stetson Oxfords, just a few pair dm left, going at V4i . 60 pair Ladies' Oxfords, $3.00 to $3.50 h g Q values going at M 1 65 pair Childrens' Slippers, $1.76 to $2.50 value, going at ;..'.; .' i ' 75 Boys' Suits, straight pants, $2.60 to $5.00 values going at ( . Genuine Mexican Sombreros, heavy weight, flEp $1.00 value going at fcUb The continuous rains have made it impossiblr for many to come to town and take advantage of this great money saving opportunity. So we we have de- cided to continue this sale for a few days longer, we want every man, woman and child to get a fair chance' at the many bargains that we offer. Read a few of the reductions that we are giving, don't ask how we do it, but buy and try. IV1GRE ADJUSTMENT PRICES 25 g...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 4 June 1914

Si F I ' vm&mm kWSMdJ -&Bfflmi& KHlHHB?&3&fSPL Tlie Tribune And News FRIDAY. JUNE, 6, 1914 Patronize home industries and aave monev. The people of Texas have a more important proposition than politics to worry about at the present time. Crops, for in- stance.! The movement on fo6tin Tem- ple to havothe car line extended to the Kind's Daughters hospital in that cityis the best ever in- augurated. It is badly needed and we hope it will not be long about materializing. For the third time in its his- tory, the National Editorial As- sociation has honored Texas editors, the last one being Lee J. Rountree, of the Georgetown Commercial, who was elected vice president. Mr. Rountree will have received his Ijust dues when he is made president of the Association. Inasmuch as this is a free country and the constitution gives the political and religious liberty of every man worshipping according to the dictates of his conscience, and to vote for whom he pleases for office, we...

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