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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 4 June 1914

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 4 June 1914

' V ,.iM i ..-urn t ' r I fB?pip( mm A I "'' J f-,Nf rTf 5wW3rS3 aJ i , 0 r-ll &WAfc? si . s. ." You cannoj what a strange f lowei$ffi&i looks like on a dark, cloudvTOgnt. It takes the sunlight to reveal its beauty. You cannot know from a des- cription on a paper what our Summer Goods look like. You must come to SEE them. Dp so. The goods we have to show you will delight your eyes, when you PRICE them you will BUY, JHJ tm-Kotr(r 5$artletL Uexa& SUITS Plain, Stripes and Norfolks to fit any one. ' Stouts, re- gulars, slims in the genu- ine Palm Beach. Keep Cool Suits We have them in any sizes. OTHERS AT $1 7.50 & $20 Let us fit you while sizes are plentiful. 3 C One lot Fancy Ribbons, extra good quality 50c and 75c value to be sold, special at only 5c per yard New Crepe Laces We have this week received a big lot of Crepe and Shadow Laces, ranging in price from 8 1 -3c to ' ew Ladies' Collars for Summer, we are showing all the very newest things in Ladies' Neckwear. Thi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 12 June 1914

W8ebwi& o s t. 'H AND N'WS ji. i&F. GATES, Editor and Proprietor BAKTLETT. WILLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 12, 1914. ' $1.00 Per Year. VOL. XXVIII.. NO. 46 ' 1 r w .. i K- VJ fe" h & a IK. - III. ! h . v Attended Baraca Meet Those who, attended the World "Wide Baraca-Philathea meet in Waco from here, were: Messrs. Martin Blair, J. V. Morris, Ira Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Jurlinpr and daughter Francis, Mrs. Mamie Winn, Misses Virgio Reed, Annie Ward, Pearl Bold- tng, Leahela Jones, Ira Mae Al- Jen, Mary L. Rhodes, Mamie White, Sallie Daniel, Perry Wat- son, Lottie Pinkard. Rev. J. C. Rhodes, Miss DeWitt Wade and Mr. Grover Kuler. ) They report a great convention and a good time. In order that all the Sund.ay school workers of Bartlett and everybody else, may have a taste of good things ser- ved at the convention an echo meeting will be held in the Cen- fral Christian church next Sun- ay at 4 p. m. Different parts f the program have assigned to Itoose who attended "the co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 12 June 1914

JL , :!-' t1 "l'f,t' " ' MMMbmtato&MA it Jfc.:;1: i flHHbI! 3 , BK is r k The Tribune And News IIMIIIItllWWW W III lllllll lll I ' II "' FRIDAY. JUNE, 12, 1914 Remember the Taylor Fair July 1, 2 8 andj. A Rood motto: "Plow corn an,d clean out tho fiolds." It's good-bye to politics now for a while, so far as the farm- ers are cJncerned. They aro the busiest set in Texas today. Every d iynow see ns like Sun- " day from a business stand point, f o - the farmers are not in town. Let the Rood work go on. The remark was made the other day by One of our citizens that "tho Tribune is always try- to start something." Yes, bud, "it's? a fact," 'the Tribune is try- ing awful hard to start a brick hotel. Don't vou want one? If there is not a change in financial affairs, some way or some how, in Bartlett, the tax rate is going to be raised, and that howl. It takes money to run a city, and it takes more money to pull it out of the "hole." Automobile owners and in fact drivers of all vehicles ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 12 June 1914

KHESSW mms"MBm iijliliinujiijijujii yjM &g!iS'' tmnHafrm mmmmwmm MmfaomMmmmmmmm MV Saturday night at n-inq i o'clock the curtain will fall on this three r(hg. cius of bargains, your gain and our loss, and to stay away is like throwing dollars away. y m y, i- 3 "r Lv ' S k KOEPKE i it e"E!awwa". IBB Mmm ' Y o "j It V MR. BLAND'S PLATFORM. TO THE DEMOCRATS OP WILLIAMSON COUNTY- I am a candidate for the Demo- cratic nomination for the office of Representative and in order that my position in regard to public policies may be under- stood, I beg to submit for your consideration a brief outline of a few of the of the measures that I consider of vital importance to our welfare, and that I shall en deavor, if elected, to have en- acted into our laws, Cotton is the great staple and money crop of our state, and the damage done to it by reason ot improper handling and failure to provide proper facilities for stor- ing and protecting it from ex- posure to the weather results in an annual lo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 12 June 1914

ISlSSIl If (It II 111 M TV ii F "w I . H ' '"" ' T -.T" "a-'f-Jr-"-- -- H The Tribune And News l FRIDAY, JUNE, 12. 1914 mwmwmfmmnmmmmtimmmmmmwmmmmmmtmmammmmmmmmmm SuSSlssion will ro on the demo cratic ticket to bo voted on in July. Let the peoplo speak. In the Dallas News of August 10, 1900, is an article from Gov. Hogg, denouncing his enemies? Are they in Texas politics today? The paBt few days of clear, warm weather has made a won- derfdrchabgfoi' the better crop conditions in Texas. in It'B syqh a pity that two honor- able candidates who aspire to be governor, haye to take up their tinie in proving their characters to be good. ' About all some people do is to go around proclaiming the short- comings of their neighbors. Let us be thankful, however, that in thejeourse of time such characters become a huge jokein their town or community. The Tribune is glad to learn that the city council has under consideration the construction of a city ail) and has appointed a copimittee to confer...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 12 June 1914

Vt A, gjjiiaga'Mfti'jj-iJuiuiii'jaBiE LOCAL.nd PERSONAL jiiuiiiju Jjl '!i!iJa!ttgiag!LiiJ!' i m 'L ' ' nMMMMMJnaMimMMMWHMMllnmiMI OUR GREAT ADJUSTMENT SALE IS WEARING THE END m W. W. Walton was in Bolton this week on business. Miss Leakd of Navasota" is tho guest of Mrs. Will Duncan. Anything in fresh vegetables and fruit at Rowntree Bros. Born-to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Scbloeainger, a boy. Miss PanBy Bozeraan is visit- ing in Waco, f Now cron of comb and extract ed honey at Lawrence Bros. B. .Waecnter mado a business trip.to Austin this week, Grover Kuler is in Marlin for a few days. Miss Celina Jenkins, of Amril- lo is the guest of relatives here. . Get new rubber tires put' on your buggy at Stokes-Blair Hdw Co. Mr. John Wacker made a busi- ness trip to Waco Wednesday. Miss Carrie Smith is visittng Jn Temple this wsek. Mrs. BartomWells of Temple is visiting here this week. Mrs. J. A, Fagg is visiting her daughter Mrs. ,J. T. Stewart. All kinds of home made can dies at 20c per pound at...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 12 June 1914

Ml rr u y iT ft W5 WiBHWP 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'9 CONDRA THE REXALL STORE LOCAL NEWS. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hemple, June 5th, a fine boy. Liv-ver-lax relieves all ilia of flie Liver and Stomach, Get it from Condra & Blair. Harvey Messer is clerking for Duncan Hardware Company. Jag. C Laughlin was in Forb Worth this week on business. The 'World's Best-Guth's Chocslates Condra & Blair. The children of Mr. and Mrs. A, P. Taylor were on the sick i list this week. When in need of meal or chops eee me. W. J. King, Mrs. E. W. Curling and babe are visitiug relatives i n north Texas. Fine line of bulk chocolates at Condra and Blair's. Nelson Smith of Waco was lf here this week on business per- y taining to the oil mill. ' viSou can ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 12 June 1914

Jg L'J''!!M"lijJ""a'giH"" l!!!!'"J!'llll'iM'twj''WjHyji'W'Ay'HS mtimm$mii in iiiii r'Wifiiiniilii i iliijiiiiiliiiiliiiitiiiifiiwift-iiijiiii winn'Oifrnw! nifummfr 6c American 10c Aproa ChecKs Gingham Only 5c per yard Calico Only 4c per yard And Will Last Until the Desired Money Is Raised 4 iuiiMiiiiiHi3iiiiiliiiiiiiiuw in MiiiiuiwiiiiBiiiMiiiii t. ' ' i s4s. :,: - , , , .. ' j i '"" niBMiai , m f. '" Ji" Mil mm apnuk avneic Hmk. aaHaaHaaaK - hnm. ? iw it JP Lm MM m !w L t i mmkmwm Hlliimn wmammm fcr Mt a1 TV' 'fev A. ; it r it ' ) J J? uw i Extra Specials in Wash Goods 12 1 2c,Dress Gingham, Red Seal Toil do Nord Gingham, Sale Price .7 1-2 Scouts 10c yard wide percale, Sale Price 71-2c 15& white lawn, Sale Price lOcJ 20c white lawn, Sale Pfice . 15c 25c"w,hite flaxon, Sale Price 19c 20c whjte'flaxon. Sale Price 15c 75c dreiss linen, Sale Price 55c 50c white dress linen, Sale Price... 38c 40c;white dress linen, per yard 30c Linen Shade, Champaigne, Light BIup. Old Rose, Pink Dre...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 12 June 1914

MltMNtMIMMNiM He? JMAk WJ sjBBi ISP f BnmH&BRfH0 ' frf v ! i mm W .Musi ivmaKUmmsK fmxaK&'x H B Shoes that make your feet glad even .during the hot summer days. Our Shoes and Hose. are the best that the market can produce. The IRON CLAD and HOLEPROOF HOSIERY are good enough for a king. They are good that's all. 1' ! $$ariit?itj Zjexas, ne FROM Oth to i.. AH EDWIN CLAPP OXFORDS TAN 4.75 flk. JB BHmm Bhnnt FROM June 13th to 2 .-.FREE 1 pair Silk Hosh With each pair : $3.50, $4, $5 Ladies' Pumps ercury Soars and the Air's . i ' ', Hi ivB TOH AND LAUCB AT MR. SUN genuine PALM BEACH SUITS mi ; size to fit any man s ' i ' '- i , rs.v H JLrtrfl JLarif 'JIumTjrtP IHHj IH !IH H onlyII a Sizzle I I M a HI H ett, Texas ' -1 Our PJRIESTLY MOHAIRS are very coo! and dressy at tH bH x H i H IH f H

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 19 June 1914

4'. tf "S .,:., ,' r.e.'JU'i..-lt ...in an. i.i.i. inil..Sr.. ,: Mitten E. F. C&TES, Editor A'kbPnUPEiETon BARTf-ETT, WILLIAMSON. .COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE, 19, 1914. ." $', ' ' J- "' ,' " l 't'. i' i i'Jh i J.I...I ii ft iiji ,r !, ... ii ii li ' '' ' "' "." i ' - ' -.. 11 i Tr ' " int i i- i i it " i , w a l ' $1.00 Per Year: VOL. XXVIII. ; NO. 47 ' f- 1 i. n,,,,., , . . , mul , . in .i',. u I I J t GOOD CROPS IN WILLIAMSON; Georgetown, Texas. June 18. Crop conditions throughout this section are improving daily now and while much cotton is just being planted, that which escap- ed the floods is in fine condition Where it has been possible to cultivate it and remove the weeds and grass therefrom. Farm labor is much in demand in the black land section of Williamspn County. While it is true that the influx of Mexican labor t has greatly augmented the available 'supply of farm hands, the un- usual conditions which have pre- yailed this year has placed an extra-ordinary amount of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 19 June 1914

v rdmrnmrni mMPd W " I "JUWffl I BLdfo ji ', && I j For your patronage during our great Sheriff Sale and in re- turn for same we will endear vor to always give the most for the least money. During this sale we made many new friends and customers and we invite each and everv one to i inspect the new goods arriving daily. Yours for a Prosperous Season Bartlett, Texas The Tribune And News FRIDAY. JUNE, 19, 1914 Crop conditions are looking bet' 'ter, whether the political situa- tion is improved or not. The Williamson county Medical Association will meet in joint session with the Milam County Medical Association at Taylor on Wednesday July 8. Let the people of Texas re- member the issues in the cam- paign for governor, although an effort is being made to divert their minds from said issues. Most everybody you meet now adays is afflicted with either base- ballitfc, toraballitis, or jimfer- gusonitis. This applies to the town folks. Most of the farmers haye gra8sitis. Old Austin, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 19 June 1914

"' A 1 "t U C . i ... u . .' .r..,)i, i, all in ..fi Mi ,MMm i.M,ii Wft li iiBillW HiilMlfms mil' iHJi'l i HI i MMTii i i i il i in inii..iiiiri . .Him ' I. ii nnTi .a , We have Linpie lor Disinfectant purposes. V 1 !".? r n i' i ; -s 1 Gersbach-Wacker Co. Bartlett's Best and Biggest Store. Don't fail to let us figure on your Lumber bill Mutual Lumber COVERED YARD i Excellent Service in Conjunction With Excellent Merchandise. Li ""T 'H I1M t 1. ! ' ' i lk I vl I Hh - w f 1 r s V r- .Af. t & .! K' it , Ite . - M, .4,'.-y -,i:''v ' "V.J ,,it 1 '' U'o ' 7 r7 h . ' i i , f ; ' " t U' Leslie Keeps KeepKool Clothing V Mouth health depends upon sound teeth and '. '?. lint Y nn Pavnll Tnni-U 7 .. - JPaste, sold only at & U 1 .iiunara & orairs o. mi fl Koeoke- iw. Brw m r Bioruwn ifO. For Good Things to Eat and Wear Pavel Will Dress , You Better &ay E.M(-ff- De. a uai lien Uiii- tling Works Braun & Zanders Proprietors "" Condra & Blair Cold Drinks ansi (Ticmr-c Report...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 19 June 1914

' ' " - ."' .- ':" ' ji :,,;. - .,; Kr .v V- ;- , , . ; ' t .4-iV ' - --- nilllMMIIIIII IIIIU J1.L i jgngWgMIIIIMIIIlWllLIIIMMMWMrMllilMMiirilllMIIMIIwiinmli i in - .,i,'f Therihutfe, Political Announcements iTirwiiiaiiiwiiirwiiiiiiiinniinw I . '- " I-.. . 1. ""l" ',",""':' "V - ,.i. jir- , ;r-p,Trar News FRIDAY, JUNE, 19, 1914 Cut the weeds and mow the grass. Swat the mosquito by draining tho water from the ditches. f . . . And the mud holeB. like ,? unto tho poor, ate with us, in season and out bf season, fill up the holes. Gov. Colquitt says he will open the pros eyes on Ball's record. We doubt it They are "fer him." There is a mistake somewhere as so the crowds that hear Tom Ball and Sim Ferguson speak, if we are to give any credit to the various reports and denials. Simmering summer is right on the job and never worked harder! The wicked turn to beer, the epicure to ice tea and the philosopher to buttermilk re- marks the Yoakum Times. It looks like rather rough treatment, but i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 19 June 1914

J-- ' ) u i' ' OTli'"l , f J, , w- " .' -V.V - S5E5K5 LOCALand PERSONAL "",' 'ifti "'" 'gyrv S&tfitL Mr. and Mrs. Albert McKay of; Sparks were visitors in our city Wednesday afternoon, being en- route homo from Granger. Sparrow's chocolates at 30c per pound at the OlvmpianCon- feciionory, Mesdames J. W, White and 0. L. Cowsert are in Temple attend irife Woman's Conference of the t Methodist church, being dele- gates from this place. A fine Fox Terrier purp, six months old, Bmart and dandy, needs a home, must sell. Ed Bolding. Mrs. Stockton accompanied by little Miss Francis Talbot left ' Wednesday for Oenaville where they will bo the .guests of Mr. and Mrs. Andy Stockton. Fresh vegetables received daily atJLawrence Bros. Mr. and Mrs. K. F. Cates ac- companied by Miss LaVerne loft Wednesday for. Wichita Falls where they will attend the Tex- as Press Association which meets in that city. All kinds of home made can- dies at20c per pound at the Olym- pian, .Confectionery. Mr and Mrs...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 19 June 1914

'ir' ;i i t i v r r r y in 1 w?t 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 Drug Store, where you KNOW you will get the best service. "A Taste & You Want More" CONDRA & BLAIR THE REX ALL STOR.E I LOCAL NEWS. E. C. Sonntag made a business trip to Temple Saturday. Get more for your butter this weeK at Rowntree Bros. Phone 58 and 76. J. P. Looney of Buckholts was here Saturday. Thousand of useful little arti- cles at the Necessity Store Very cheap. Mrs. Rucker of Tempe is the guest of Mrs. W. W. Walton. W: J. King wants to grind your corn, Mill west of the rail- road, E. H. Ray of Gunter. was here this week on business. Sell vour oat and wheat to Lawrence Bros. M. A. Cox of Georgetown was here Sunday. When in need o meal or chops see me. W. J. King, The infant babe of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Slone is reported to be quite sick. Tine line of bu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 19 June 1914

.Mmmmtmm mmmmmmmmimkimmmk !ead These Sb ecial Sale Prices --iiimmim!B-UBl:iMssi- ' ' Wu V lit, . I: - v.- Extra Specials in Wash Goods 12 1 2d Dress Gingham, Red Seal Toll de Nord Gingham. Sale Price- . 7 1-2 Scouts 10c yard wide percale, Sale Price 71-2c 15c white lawn, Sale Price 10c 20c white lawn, Sale Price 16c 25c white Claxon, Sale Price 19c 20c white flaxon, Sale Price 15c 75c dress linen, Sale Price 55c 50c white dress linen, Sale Price... 38c 40c. white dresa 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 . Pried 70c Madras Cloth, extra quality for mens shirts and boys waists, 25c value, 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, sale price 18c 35c ribbon, Bale price 22c Hosiery5 $1.00 white silk ladies hose, sale price i i ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 19 June 1914

& N. 11 v HWWMTKHir-4W( vHHHHEA Af fc. aHJJP-WM 8 w Fi I safe. wB ill w r!iHK "fa MS S Kit.. 7P'lk Hw H HHi - r iw ' I j 41 mm m I w . 1 Hfl k? Lv u IK,, .asn fc, "" " wJ' BW k Ml y li V ' . - l- I;. m II1 f fo ;-: , t Ife.'"" iHKPJ HIHi& IllillllP sflafiHknRvllf 1 ' ' " i wwm mi mi iiiiiinuiy CiinSy Shoes that make your feet glad even during the hot summer days.; Our Shoes and Hose are the best that the market can produce. The IRON CLADarid HOLEPROOF HOSIERY.; a r e' good enough for a; king. The are gOQdthat's all.' hbbBIBI ihhhbhhB hhbbbBi hbhbbbh IhbbbbB Sartiett Ztexas One W eoLr FROM km Oth to 27i TAN UmU CLAPP OXFORD! 4 7 nly NEXT WEEK ONLY .-.,,. ', ; FROM -".- th Jiin 20th to 27th FREE 1 pair Silk Hose with each pair , ,( ' '' . $3.50, $4, $5 Ladies' Pumps HI HI H mmMM ' hB I I ." .; L. ;,AND rLAUGH,' AT MR, .SUN i - I HH& IHH HBBBBBBBBBHHHte 1 MBBbIHBBHBBBBBBHkV 'AH I I Buys a genuine PALM BEACH SUITS any I iHB B B I WnJOBHHHl AH - vn I HBB a.VS f. o n n 0 n CJ ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 26 June 1914

' ; wM vtmilSm m Ms5?'J'. I jJCSmLM h3 JB.- L , Kv HL y mJ nL "' vmiL m f U. A nil. ? m m Mm Wk Fe- ma M vwl i Pi-VIfe ' . j .' ! ' V 1- ' I , . Jl .. t L . 'h l ' I ', i i,..f IT? v .! . AND PSIEWS - " l'J ' , 1 L ' '' -:n ::: i-',- - : i i . ..... ... , k t i a p. OATES, Editor and Proprietor BARTLETj WILLIAMSON' COUNTY, TEJXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 26,; 1914. $1.00 Per Yodar. yOL. ; XXyill. , NO. ir BALL SPEAKS AT GEORGETOWN. Georgetown, TexaB, JUne 24 J Col. Th08. H. Ball, candidate for 1 Governor, spoke to 5,000 people at the Old Settlers' Park today t2 o'clock at the joint cele- bration of Woodmen of the World -Camp No. 37 and Georgetown Fire Department. . John D. Hupthes introduced Colonel Ball. Seated on the plat form were about fifty prominent i4 citizens, arnonR them J. W. fi Hoody. C. K."Aibritton, C. W. 'Brigham. J. R. Lewis, W. W. v James. M. G. Walton, I. A. Clem- eats, Jake IiOckwood,Buck Rob- "Crtson and a numbeVNof other . prominent farmers who are giv l ins their support t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 26 June 1914

11 rr ,i 1 1. 1 ..; ...... -tit -?JLLLJrrwx:!Jsilzs 1 & 1 : H 33E SE3SE i f tiunj'i. fly , yr1 HMiMU The entire stock of Hk S & on sale June 27, 29 and 30 an Unheard Thousands of Useful Articles V some at The Tribune And News FRIDAY, JUNE, 26, 1914 Gov. Colquitt pardoned forty negro convicts on emancipation day. W. F. Robertson of Dallas has withdrawn from the race for governor. Bartlett will never grow on monev sent out of here to other opftinns of the state. Put that d.QWn. The disgusting feature of the political situation is the affidavits of politicians. Some of them will make affidavit to anything. The board of equalization of Smithville has raised the taxable Bartlett needs a leader to take charge of affairs pertaining to the upbuilding of the town, and a lot of citizens to aid that leader in his" efforts to push the town. It will have to be done before we have the town we are justly entitled to. Leopold Morris will please take notice that F. N. Graves savs that Tom Ba...

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