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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 21 June 1918

-' iv-7.' "?M.V MAY THERE BE NONE UN- ENLISTED ON THAT DAY. ll They arc here six days in the Week It will' pay you to call and get prices before trading elsewhere. NIGRO Spot Cash Grocery House, Bartlett Texas 75he TRIBUNE and NEWS R. F, Cates, Editor and Owner . Published Friday of Each Week Subscription, $1.00 Per Year. FRIDAY, JUNE 21,)1$ Hon. Jas. E. Ferguson will speak at Taylor Wednesday af- ternoon, June 26.' ' i , '"A man -wh6 has been touring western Texas and New Mexico .declares that he never saw a r.oiintr.v thnt looknd as much like a paradise as does Central Texas since his return from the drouth stricken ' country, nor has he heard so much complain- ing. His idea is that if the people of this section had the west Texas "spirit (they would enjtoy "life very much more. Temple Telegram. 1 The men who are cocksure arj? not th,e big men. Big men sfek factsface them, and reach conclusions not through" their brains. We- do not see things , as they -are-through blue glasses or...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 21 June 1918

ISiJr M, 1-ft . torn-: W- . " m: y . jrr list W- -';' fe . VT .'S w: t&frK' V '&','. f-i-y i -r- Wv,' ,'' m i iff a -.-T; t m& ?. t Wm. 'if ;'- IP- V m " & It ' , J I.. W' 1, ft "'v LOCALS Mid PERSONALS Minn Allie Moe Haeber is vis- iting relatives in Temple. , Sheriff Hugh Smith was here Wednesday from; Belton. Mrs. R. F. Shoemaker, of Ab- bott, is here visiting friends. E. E. Bennett, who lives near, knll and Knox Counties, and ho Temple, was here Wednesday, i reports that section dry. R. E. Stewart kindly remem- n, L. Forrester went to Cor- berad the Tribune family this pils christi last Sunday to join week. ,Mrs. Forrester and the little FOR SALE At a bargain, my daughter, in an outing. Aubrey Dickson, of Camp MacArthur, was here Sunday on a visit toi his sister, Mrs. John nie Wacker. The K T. Garage handles Gulf Gas, Supreme Oil and in- vites one and all to visit the K T. Garage. Earl McCoy returned home Wednesday from a trip to Has house Tumor. and lot. See Cur...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 21 June 1918

V T .V", $ ! ramnmiiiniMnwinnniMniiiiiiiiniii niiroiiiiinrnnwiCTi tin minium iiiiiBiiimiiiiiiiiiiininiiin All canned goods will be hard to get at any price by August 1 . The Jobbers do not have them only in limited quantities. Many things in this sale you twill find BELOW THE JOBBERS' PRICE. YOU CAN'T GO WRONG. Get prices on every article in our house, compare with others, and you will buy freely,for One dollar now will go farther than one dollar and a half in 30 days. See Some of Our Prices Below Syrup all leading brands 35c,'45c, 75c, 90c to 95c per one half gallons and gallons Crisco, medium $1.80 Crisco small .. 85c Clean Easy Soap, bar 5c Crystal White, bar 5c Macaroni, 3 baxes 25c Vermacelli, 3 boxes 25c Spaghetti, 3 boxes 25c Aunt Jamima Buck Wheat 12c Standard Pack Tomatoes, (2 pound can,) percase $2.65 Standard Pack Tom. (Sqts.,) per dozen $1.10 Delmonte, State House and Rosedale Califor- nia table fruits, per can .... 25c and 30c Mason Fruit Jars, quarts 80c Mason Fruit Ja...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 21 June 1918

""JJ- 4!J &" if;--" ivr. V M. fcft.' fH E,i- Lfc kw.K4,M4"M Food Administration Aiding 1 The Farmers To Ski Market Produce i .j,.i..j.,.$.x.h Tho Pood Administration Is utilizing wry opportunity to assist tho farmer In marketing his products, and Ad- ministrator I'eden has called Into ser- vice some of tho most export and ex perienced hnndlers of perishable prod uctB in tho country. Ho is urging compliance with the rules and regu latlons pertaining to hJudllug, grad Ing, packing and loading of all per- ishable products. It is only by their enforcement that tho Food Adminis- tration can render maximum service Careless sorting, grading, and loading of perishables has caused heavy losses to the producers and shippers. Tho Food Administration 13 attempting to minimize these losses by requiring the elimination of all Inferior products from all shipments, as these products become a burden on better grades and contribute to the demoralization of markets. Tho conservation of car space, ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 21 June 1918

slf TT . "H WWWWMIWitwMWIW igmwiaiWwMWii4iiwiwa anc H VV.-S-T t . P-f' - , Bargain Time, June 24th to 29th Talcum Powders Now is your time to stock up. Just look how cheap: Air Float Talcum, will be sold 4 for ; 25c Williams Talcum, will be sold 2 for 35c Extra Specials on Tuesday Only Gingham and Domes- tic will be s o 1 d at these special prices only on next Tuesday. All other prices quo- ted are good for the whole week. Bookfo!d Dress Ging- hams, the best grade at 10 yards for $2.00 Domestic -Springtime Bleached, yard-wide, first quality, will sell you at less than wholosale, 10 vds for $2.00 (Not over 10 yards of Gingham or Domestic to a person.) 147 pair Ladies Ox- fords, including Pat- ent and Kid Pumps, sizes run from 4 to 7, and values are as high as $4. Any pair in the lot will be sold at 25 per CU1t Discount Tell your friends about this big price cutting event. They will save money enough to buy a War Savings Stamp, or probably two. By all means, come your- self. Ladies' N...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 28 June 1918

uwrv-ii m JF'uw-ii" WWPBPTWt; , , :rWW ; n '' ' i -rt. A V AN D NEWS T i &- R. F. ,pATES, Editor and Prop. BARTLETT .WLLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDAY, JUNE 28, 1918. $1.00 Year. VOL. XXXIII. No. 3 FERGUSON SPEAKS TO LARGE TAYLOR CROWD. THE WOMAN'S HOBBY CLUB HOLDS MEETING. FIVE ARE INJURED IN AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT. V W Taylor, Tex., June 2G. Jas. E. Ferguson addressed one of hi largest crowds ever assem- bled in the city auditorium hero thi? afternoon. The audience was mode up largely of farmers and included many women. There were ful- ly one thousand people in the auditorium thu entire capacity The Woman's Hobby Club held a very enthusiastic meeting Saturday afternoon, June 21st, at the tabernacle, with the fol lowing ofheers presiding: W. Walton, Chairman; Miss G Rowntree, Vice-chairman; Mrs A. E. Wacker, Secretary. The chairman made a very urgent appeal that every wom- an not fail to register at the office at the of the hall being filled to its uttermost. Many were turned Tax As...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 28 June 1918

v '":w?f?WW5l PT' '. ' wf5?7 r & rf) BATH REQUISITES There isnothing that enlivens and freshens one. so ittueh as an invigorating bath. OurBathrequisitesare complete. Bath Brushes, Bath Soaps, Bath Powders. Violet I Ammonia, Sea Salt, Sponges Etc. Come in and get a full equipment of Bath supplies. ON THE BATTLE LINE. Our boys nre reaching battle line and falling in conflict. the the! TEXAS WENT "BONE DRY" TUESDAY, JUNE 25TH. Austin, Tex., June 25. The To lay down one's life ' statutory State-wide prohibition for one's country and for one's (tc of the Thirty-Fifth Legis- fellowmen, that they may enjoy J lature. Which becomes effective Mm MnaMiniri. nf Hhnrtv nnd tho at midnight tonjght, will affect sweet boon of freedom here in this world, that is not to waste nun's lifn liiif in vinlrl ir in f.lm holiest of causes, not for the na-i"e lnw went into effect April, 750 saloons in Texas, that num- ber representing all that remain in operation since the ten-mile 15 last. At the time t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 28 June 1918

m- , "it"" fi .! , 5 r !' , V' V7T- ? it K!i ft' ' " . "sv iw-' &'. V - &' s A .'. sr. " : H " IBT Mi. fci?1! raw' v .. ip: k KW -A B& fc iw 4 Es- r- ' 4' ss. fe'" i; I4 NOTICE OP REGISTRATION OP WOMEN VOTERS. Notice is hereby given that Halsey Davis, tax collector of Williamson county, Texas, will be at the places below named at the dates below given for the purpose of registering the wom- en voters of Williamson county at which time and places he will also have with him the books for registering the voters sur- lrmii(linr nnnVi nlnpn jinrltnnf.nrl below. Jarrell June 29, at First State Bank to register the vot- ers of Jarrell, Walburg and Akes School House. Bartlett July 1, Stokes-Blair Hardware Store, to register the Voters of Bartlett, Schwertner, Ake's School House, Granger i and Allison. Granger July 2, at Lee Den- ton's Furniture store, to regis- ter the voters of Granger, Alli- son, Bartlett and Circleville. Hare July 3, to register the voters ot Hare and Waterlo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 28 June 1918

"'H' Jf V 1(!!WWW!KJ, fglHr "7 'V'V J n V, v t,T ?r S6e TRIBUNE and NEWS R. P. Cates, Editor and Owner Published Friday of Each Week Davis Joiner. Subscription, $1.00 Per Year. Entered as second-class mat- ter at the post office at Bartlett, Texas, under tho .ant of March 3, 1879. FRIDAY, JUNE 28TH. Line up and tional Day. sign up on Na- Pledge the President- War Saving Stamps. -Buy The railroads of the country never had a more distinguished list of deadheads. Boston Herald. If you would hit the mark, you must aim a little above it; every arrow that flies feels the attraction of the. earth. Longfellow. The court of criminal appeals Wednesday affirmed the case of Willie Porter of Bell county, convicted and sentenced to life imprisonment for the murder' of Miss Emmft Staley. The war is said to have wiped out "many ancient German no- ble families." Wait and see whaot it does to the house of Hohenzollern wiping out will be mild. Memphis Commercial Appeal, Here we have Morris Shep- pard,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 28 June 1918

I: J:MWW'wyjnirfFr. : ", rq; -y: "$gf , -' ftpt- tn r l& m LOCALS AND PERSONALS h ; t The stores of Bartlett will be closed July 4. Mr. Ben Wacker has, returned frorrv Marlln. Womon don't fail to register at your county seat: Mrs. Dee Stockton is visiting relatives in Oklahoma. Read the advertisements in this issue, for bargains. Henry Iteinhardt and family have ieturned from Houston. FOR SALE New G-room bun- galow, close in, at a bargain. Chas. Malechek. Mesdames J. W. Hightower and J. T. Bartlett were Belton visitors Tuesday. Mrs. R. W. ThoWpson, Has- kell, Js here on a visit to her children. Fruit Jars below market val- "ue, at Farmers' Mercantile Co., "Schwertner. Adolph Stabeno ways among J;hose called from Bartlett last Monday to the Army. Mr. nd Mrs. J. T. Stewart and rthe editor and family were in ! Taylor Wednesday. '"' All membrs of Hobby Club ;hre requested to remain after -jhe Red Cross speaking Monday. ' Don't fail to get a Wear-Ever 'Aluminum) Kettle at Hardin r Ha...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 28 June 1918

:WKA FT?.! S 4 I I', MISS LILLIAN B BENSON. Miss Lillian Bartlett Benson, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. T. B. Benson, who graduated May 28, from Crescent College for Girls, Eureka Springs, Ark. Miss Benson was among the leaders in Crescent student activities, being a prominent member of the Texas Club, which contained twenty-four mebers out of a to- tal enrollment limited to eighty girls. She wyis also Child Wel- fare Department Editor of the Crescent Annual Staff. LOCALS AND PERSONALS Henry Leucke, of Oeaville, was here Tuesday. R. S. White, of Bertram, was here Monday on business. Fritz Schneider, of Walburg, was here Monday on business. M. Pace, of Cleburne, was here this week on business. J. P. Lawrence Avas in Coop- er last Friday on business. Sergeant J. Ray Mops, of Camp Travis, was the guest of the editor's family Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Hair, Mrs. McAfee and Viola Ball, went to Waco Wednesday. Mrs. J. H. Brooks is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Tine Sonn- tag, at Waco. Editor J....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 28 June 1918

SECOND VICTIM DIES WILL CARRY ANY LADY REGARDLESS OF VOTE. FARMER NEAR TEMPLE HAS VISITOR BY. PLANE. Political Announcements FROM AUTO ACCIDENT. i , v '", Austin, Tex., Jun 24. Robert Hyland, son of J. E. Hyland, agent of the International and Great Northern railroad at Bu- dn, died at a local hospital Mon- Ulay, making the second death resulting from Sunday's nuto- Judge Allen Haynes and Messrs. Frank and Mance Me- Bryde, of the Maxdale commun- ity, asks that the Herald tell the people that they will carry any lady to Belton for registration, mobile accident at Sprinkle, , regardless of who she is to vote when a car from Round Rock 'for for Governor, or any other containincr a vountr woman and candidate, though they all three two votinir men. was sruck bv.will vote for Ferguson them- the Texas Special on the Katy. The car was demolished. The hird occupant, Barton Wright, 17-year-old son of Postmaster S B. Wright, of Round Rock, is at a local hospital with excellent chances for reco...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 28 June 1918

I I if it Bmb0 H"3Hl h H IH N All indications point to high prices for the Fall. Uncle Sam is buying goods in such quantities that some wares will be hard to get at any figure. We Are Making Reductions On a Great Many Articles $4.00 Shoes Now $3.50 $5,00 Shoes Now $4.50 25c Gingham Now 22c I Ail Trunks 20 Per Cent Off Ribbons 20 Per Cent Off Jewelry 2a Per Cent Off 30c Percale Now 23c All Pants 10 Per Cent Off Lace and Insertion 20 Per Cent Off $6.00 Shoes Now $5.50 $7.00 Shoes Now $6.50 Overalls at $1.85 35c Lawn Now 25c Suit Gases 20 Per Cent Off 25c Dress Goods Now 20c 25c Domestic Now 18c Work Shirts at 75c Lot Shirts Half Price Hats 10 Per Cent Off 30c Shirting 25c Tennis Shoes 10 Per Cent Off Cutlery 20 Per Cent Off Toilet Articles m Per Cent Off Lot Slippers Half Price Thread Six Spools at 25c so Give rice Groc eries T Lyll Affor To Take Advantage early every farmer has a little stuff to sell at this time and is looking around to get the most for his money. War and dry weathe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 5 July 1918

K 7 -K ;: ' Ku 'Mf'U , y-" AND NEWS R. F. CATES, Editor and Prop. BARTLETT WLLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDAY, JULY 5, 1918. $1.00 Year. VOL. XXXIII. No. 4 '' 'WWxffix Bafiljelf wttmxut t I: IC N N 1 TEIVJ PT.TC HORSE DEALER SHOOTS A. BELL, NEGRO. Alf Boll, negro, died at a local institution of surgery at 9 o'clock Monday night follow- ing a shooting at a barbecue stand on the corner of Fourth street and avenue B. Ed Shel- ton, prominent local horse deal- e r, surrendered immediately afterwards to Officers Smith and Stiff, waived examining trial, and was bound over in J. A. Humphries' court to the October term of the grand jury. The killing occurred shortly before 7 o'clock Monday even- ing. One bullet was fired. It took effect in abdomen of the negro and resulted in his death two hours later on the operating table. Bell Was found after the shooting under a neighborhood "house, close by him was a meat cleaver with which he is said to liave' advanced upon Shelton. The affair is said to ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 5 July 1918

I. mil m lJj? i. W-mx BATH REQUISITES Hwere isjnothing that enlivens and freshens one so swash as an invigorating bath. OaBath'requisites'are complete. BkOi Brushes, Bath Soaps, Bath Powders, Violet 1 Ammonia, Sea Salt, Sponges Etc. 1 Oane in and get a full equipment of Bath supplies. ANNUAL MEETING OP OLD SETTLERS JULY 15-22. ieatherman Drug Company BARTLETT, TEXAS and NEWS SL IT. Cates, Editor and Owner Jrk&Efe&adb Friday of Each Week It is alright, of course, for a man with a "bay window" lec- turing a little-lean fellow on food conservation, but it looks aw- ful bad to the lean man. Si&SKsic&txm, $1.00 Per Year. IBatoasad, as second-class mat- ters iine post office at Bartlett, Texas, ander thp act of March 3r3SL Vft&r Wastes a Newspaper Month Advertising Rates: ISitfi&iF, pei' inch. 15c eaafetg? Notices per line 10c ytefecned Position, per in. . 25c Specad' rates on contracts for oaavs iiien 1,000 inches to be vs&& an 12 months. FRIDAY, JULY 5.TH...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 5 July 1918

WrTlfK ;iT v DEMOCRATIC TICKET. STATE CANDIDATES. For U. S. Senator- Morris Sheppard For Governor V. W. Grubbs. J. E. Ferguson. Henry Clark. W. P. Hobby. Lieutenant Governor S. B. Cowell. W. A. Johnson. Jno. M. Henderson. T. W. Davidson. L. H. T.ailoy. Jno. M. Moore. Chief Justice Supreme Court AmL Justlco "sSo Court- T. B. Greenwood. J. D. Harvey. Court of Criminal Appeals R. H. Ward. 0. S. Lattimore. C. A. Pippen. F. B. Martin. Wm. Pierson. -State Treasurer J. M. Edwards. Jno. W. Baker. Attorney General Jno. W. Woods. C. M. Cureton. Marshal A. Spoonts. Railroad Coirmiissioner Jno. L. Andrews. C. H. Hurdleston. Clarence E. Gilmore. State Comptroller C. C. Mayfield. Sam H. Goodlett. H. B. Terrell. Land Commissioner J. T. Robinson. Commissioner of Agriculture H. A. Halbert. Fred W. Davis. Supt. Public Instruction Annie Webb Blanton. W. F. Doughty. Brandon Trusell. For Congress, 10th District J. P. Buchanan. Court of Civil Appeals William M. Key. District Attorney Luke Mankin. John E....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 5 July 1918

tfa&jjqtanwgPfcSV'r 2 pound cans Green Beans per dozen 50c 3 pound cans Fancy Tomatoes, dozen $1.75 3 pound cans Fancy Table Peaches Dz. $2.10 .2 pound cans Sweet Potatoes dozen $1.50 7 pound cans good 3 pound cans Hominy per dozen at $1.00 LOTS OF OTHER BARGAINS The Above Prices For Strictly Cash Sales V, Spot Cash Grocery 15he TRIBUNE and NEWS R. F. Cates, Editor and Owner Published Friday of Each Week Subscription, $1.00 Per Year. Entered as second-class mat- ter at the post office at Bartlett, Texas, under thp act of March 3, 1879. FRIDAY, JULY 5.TH. -Buy W. S. S, "As ye sow. ye reap; as ye live, ye practice." Men. may come and men may go, but The Tribune goes on for- ever, Personally, we have no time for sush political campaigns as are now being waged in Texas. We must all be good loyal citizens, regardless who is gov- ernor of Texas. No excuse for ''slacking." Thank God, Christianity has not failed, notwithstanding: the fearful abuse by some profess- ed chritians, We are w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 5 July 1918

"f u 1- Vl I' " , r-s LOCALS AND PERSONALS Central Christian Church. Patriotic profcrnm at the Methodist church Sunday. V Miss Ruth McCarty spent Thurs- day with friends in Wnco. The little daughter of Mrs. Godfrey is reported to have typhoid fever. Mrs. Gnrlin, of Smithvillc, was here this week on a isit to relatives. Cnmn nnd secure sonic ircnuinc bargains in first-class groceries. San- ' Itary Grocery. Mrs. A. J. Root and litle daughter, AHcp, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Joe Matthews. Buy your groceries from the Sani- ' tary, they are closing out at some real ' bargains. Mrs. Bird, of Tucson, Ariz., is hero on a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. II. Mathews. LOST At or near Gersbach-Wackcr ' Co. store, silver V. C. T. U. medal. Finder return to Tribune office. Chas. Springborn and family left Wednesday for Houston to make their home. FOR SALE Thoroughbred young Jersey Cow. Price right. Dr. W. J. Harlan. Mrfc. W. A. Hatch and children arc 'in San Antonjo to spend the summer with...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 5 July 1918

JS" 'ti" fr 1 i i ; ' " WtWW H fHB ,!lrasB IPS LOCALS AND PERSONALS Judge Critz of Georgetown, was here Monday. John Hruska and family arc visiting in south Texas. ITnnnov f!nnk nf dramrer was here Monday enroute to Belton on business. Mr and Mrs Dalton Schoepf of near Florence were here this week on a visit. Mx. and Mrs. H. L. Perkins, left Tuesday for Bastrop to visit relatives and friends. Sam Mills and family of Killeen were here Satin-day on a visit to relatives. E. B. Ramey brother of S. G. Ramey, left Monday for Dallas join the Navy. Ir. and Mrs. Chas. McCarver Jarrell were in town Monday opping. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Patts isited jin Waco, and Rosebud iiis week. w Pete Patts returned Sunday , Mr. Prasatik is in charge of the gfrom a visit to his brother in Burton & Jaresh store. Hal- sfchicago. letsville Herald. PUBLICBTY DEPARTMENT. Price interpreting committee for Bartlett Federal Food Administiation fOr Texas, is. as follows. Stanton Allen, Ed. Lawrence. Ben Wacker, W. L....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 5 July 1918

' v wr All indications point to high prices for the Fall. Uncle Sam is buying goods in such quantities that some wares will be hard to get at any figure. e Are Making Reductions On a Great IVIany Articles W $4.00 Shoes $5.00 Shoes $6.00 Shoes $7.00 Shoes Overalls Now $3.50 Now $4.50 Now $5.50 Now $6.50 at $1.85 25c Gingham 30c Percale 35c Lawn 25c Domestic Work Shirts Now 22c Now 23c Now 25c Now 18c at 75c All Trunks All Pants Suit Cases Lot Shirts Hats 20 Per Cent Off . 10 Per Cent Off 20 Per Cent Off Half Price 10 Per Cent Off ( Ribbons Lace and insertion 25c Dress .Goods 30c Shirting Tennis Shoes 20 Per Cent Off 20 Per Cent Off Now 20c Now 25c 10 Per Cent Off Jewelry Cutlery Toilet Articles Lot Slippers Thread Six Spools 20 Per Cent Off 20 Per Cent Off 10 Per Cent Off Half Price at 25c IVC You Price n Groceries Tha You Can Afford To Take Advantage Of early every farmer has a little stuff to sell at this time and is looking around to get the most for his money. War and dry weather...

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