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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 12 June 1903

VrtT'"( - , ..-- .j -rAr lj i-V t j' V .r'fJRV?'tea ri tf thn w-- o X .Mb I l 1 1 Hill " i IUU11UII i j aiio an otn i iers Can suit their purses at this store. Everything the Farmer needs. Everything Everybody needs. save you money. our prices. OCK OOC-0&0C-&01'C,00 v-' -vO'V4KCK-O0O''OOH'OOOi Crops About Granger. Granger, Texas, June S. The bulk of the grain crop has been harvested and four threshers have been started. The oat yield is very spotted, some making as low as thirty bushels to the acre, while others are threshing , out seventy-five bushels. From pres ent indications, the average yield will be near forty-five bushels per acre, and the test will show about thirty pounds per bushels. The price paid is 38 to 40 cents per bushel. Not any wheat threshed yet. but the yield is estimated at 1 5 to 20 bushels. Mr. Chas. Keliehor has just completed the delivciy of 4500 bushels of oats, sold at 39 cents perv bushel. Mr. Keliehor had about ninety-four acres in oats and thres...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 12 June 1903

v S.H -"V t M '.. '.'.. if' -ft'- tvf fv.v.'v, mi & fjj Wr- ii. '". l-t-ln-M-l''W-t-I-I-l-l-W-H-I-W-H'H-W-i-H-i ! ee us tionery, Toilet Ar- ticles Jewelery and Watches. C. S Moores Prop'r. V 1- . K - ! - W - I - WW - M - - H4 Tri-County News. A Georgetown dispatch says : The extension of the Interna- tional and Great Northern from this place north to Waco is being generally discussed and the proposition is looked upon with great favor. The Canning factory to have been built at Cameron, has been abandoned. On Sunday a week ago a pic- ture peddler got a buggy and team from Tom Rhodes to make a trip in the country, and has not been heard 'of since. This is the second prank of the kind that has been played in Cameron. Herald. Alex Glendenning, a faamer near Hutto, opened the threshing season with a yield of between CO and 70 bushels of oats per acre on 20 acres. These oats are weighed out 36 pounds per m'oasuro bushel. There are a few other fields that will proba- bly yield as well....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 12 June 1903

r ,-J 1 '.V " "jjyiijv 15 iy ; Local Mentidh. -H-MH-i-I-W-:H-14-Hi-t"j"j-'Jfe4 -, fc vv fee sr sv v r -,! If-' 1$ t,," fi y 't. OV Yi'T "B .' If ' k .v i r . t I! s I' S.2 '. . :' i. A m '" Ks ;r '' lo.nr kM-ir I2-X f V If.'W-j ii it , 'rf , fcv &w, c .. r .' : W'JJM' )l "t ' ;-y U(1 :', '"V 1 : , W. D. Jarroll was on tho siolc list thte week. Trade your old machine for a new. one at Whitlow Bros. 'dtto Kauitzseh was quito sick ihis yoek at his homo near town. Capt. M, B. Hairston wont to Marlin Monday on business. Matting at cost for the next 30 days at Rowntree & Irvin's. J. L. .Bailey wont to Salado Saturday on business. Matting at cost for the next 30 days at Rowntree &,Irvin's. J. M. Holder, a lumber dealer at Taylqr, was in Bartlett Satur- day greeting his old friends. M. P. Lawrence & Son want to sell you grain sacks, and buy your grain. Mr. J. F. Yearwood and family of Corn Hill wore tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. Stanton Allon last Sunday. Nice line ladies' belt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 19 June 1903

. i aw; Psr ii ..-. ... '. r! J "'' , ($ rs j'.iti. .i'.-i r fi ' " V. .iSrt. rri i -. tSSinJ , l-'7..' I77U ' " . ((,, , ', "r A m : l15t T J- "-TV, :.... .."Ml"" il. V" J'"i, ' -Jf "ji :. IWWJCV : Stt ( "... .v, i.'ia1 v iw ro V it . R. F. CATES, Editor. BARTLETT, TEXAS, JUNE 19, 1903. VOL. XVIU. NO. ,9 loooooooooooeooOOOOOOOCXXJ6oO(XVOOOOO " "?Vi -H-HHW-4-H4'4HH-M-W :., j i r rwK JfartLdt tlW 1 A . 'ft Sftmme; $ 10 Ct Cotton this Fall i." IS? ttv-yj Seems at Present not an Impossible Price. Cotton Goods are steadily advancing almost Every Day. We have not raised Our Prices on Cotton Goods of any kind, becanso wo are well supplied with thdm at Last Falls Prices and are in a position to make f . prices on same that Competition cannot Meet, Cash will Buy More Here Than any Place in Town. We have the Right Goods at Right Prices AH Summer Goods Sold at a Big: Discount. J. M. ALLEN. -i! o :r jlHHH,"I'H4"I'4H"Hv'I-i"i"i";tl"S"i-r -H4r f-K- H-HHWK-J-K-I-W-K-H-H-HWIH-t-H-l-IH-JJ-H-3 ' QQQ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 19 June 1903

' ?" ii ' .Y i i) h ' , t l) i, ' A' "' l Jf S" h: Wr m ft ft. ' & m & ri! (. BfX MTt. E , fy"stH l r yj" 2k: ,Vvk . , t 5fc' S&'Mi' U'!PT "Jr 3v- -. 1i r ' ?'. K , I?' A ' r' c. ill ,t.,'. " ' . . f,'. Tt &Vt& mm. . , P h?: frflMJV.,,. &r , 8n i 'W'. F -" tt. , 11 c& ?n ' i- l'k r r V I'u, .1 1 lio ' "7 'i j, i. AH " J .i ' i ,?. ARTLETT TRIBUNE - i i i i . R. JF. Gates Editor $ Prop. i i pi ii i i i -- i i Ent:d as second Class mall matter at t1; Bartlctt postofflco, uveal notices 8 1-3 ctrf. per line for each auction, -u-1 ndvntlscmonts continued un- ordered out unless otherwise specified. Jams Orie Dollar a Year Ifcis said by many that tho corn orop is practically assured. Maybe so, but corn is not corn hero until it is gathered. A dry hot wind for about ten days, can easily destroy the crop. By the accidental falling of a shot gun to the floor little Myrtle, daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Pyland, of Waco, was instantly killed on Friday. Tho entire char...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 19 June 1903

x ;w cy V1 1 IS "vH 3 J n7 w BffM M .A J8t ' w & if ft ' 't w 'TbotteatljNto-Sero Ccml raady for uny emergency. Farmers axo Eating "Force." "Thanks tor 'iForcc..' I cat It three times a day. Folks call mo 'Sunny Jim.' Tooksomo'to tho -country with me on a 2Y18U anu mo tjnrmcrs oui lucro are eating 'Torco'mow. "Will Rotf." W 7 Citizen Answered. Ed Tribune: t have read with an unusual degree of intorost, the communication of citizen concerning Sabbath breaking. My weak and erring understand- ing fails to see, in the acts com-i plained of, any violation of law, divine or statute. Jesus Christ said: "The Sabbath was made for man and not man for the Sab- bath: therefore, the Bon of man, is lord of the Sabbath. -"This k being true, hdwcan the man who hunts, fishes, or, even cuts grain -on Sunday, be held to have vlo-lated-God's law, or the law of the land, where the necessity for the jlaat named act. exists? So far as lam informed (and that is not very far) Constantino was the first ,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 19 June 1903

Vr1 v1 . w is j- j BARTLETT TRIBUNE THE STORE NEWS; H IV A K" )' t z .. " ".. V. ' , fK ew " ?' ia. - V 'A -ft! r .!". : I lfr. w. X , tt 4 Ifc&F. Gfates JEtatfo- iVop. - v Istwed as second class mairmattcr at tlia , , Bartlctt postofflco, Loud notices 8 1-8 cts. per lino for each 'iniorilon. All advertisements continued un- ordored out unless othcrwUo speciflod. Terms One Dollar a Year A movement is on toot to es- tablish a cotton exchange in Barllett in time to handle the coming cotton crop. Of course, this meanB that prices from all a important cotton markets will be received daily and all the mem- bers informed at once. Then they can trade according to in- dividual views. As every wheio else there will be a division of Members into Bulls and Boars. Bulls will bet that cotton will be higher tomorrow and Bears that it will be lower. Producers will necessarily get the highest poss- ible price. No considerable number of men will ever bo unanimous in opinion as to what the morrow...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 19 June 1903

.1 TS T7 - '' . .' S UL v v K'V 4444 4 2, i ' it 3, A r . s NOT EXACTLY i t ..GIVING GOODS AWAY 1 i , M ' ? .. fi1" L ; lyV ' 4X a r ? 4. it nX , But throughout the warm weather months you will find at the New Cash Store many items on which we have slashed 'tho price so that we are giving away all our profit, and in some in- stances more prefer doing this to carrying over broken lots. Progressive Methods demand tnat stoclfs at beginning ot tho season shall not be encumbered with merchandise from previous sea- Cnnc TTnnnfl flin mnnir nvnnnfinnnl rvflp.i.j iliaf of 4-ltio fiivift rt-i lI 4. X .LL. u t7lul. It UUUW . ixxutijr o.,oiiiiuiiaiuiioiojuau cm uuio uiiuv Jii nUL VV Cdlimi IVI ertJIlcUlUIStJ. sons m. ,.NE Ci LIQEE SHIRTS., Wo place on- sale to-morrow at less than manufacturer's cost' 10 dozen Wilson Bros. Shirts, 1.00, 1.25 and $1.50. Choice, 75c. Broken lots, but all sizes and all sleeve lengths are here. This will bo your opportunity to put in a supply of strictly high grade ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 19 June 1903

.MS .teui i' M 'i i" P.: . 1i K4' '' t Wt iV tt ( r.W fll S- - W J A l JrTT i ne wi lamson lo. iarmers insTiTiiTp T O. m r T t m. -l m -. a m. j. -. . --- - wwj . v . a .a. . wr .. wm W , , in - rti jJ 4 (.- if if Jt I I to.. ! ;o ,) ' i .l 1 t .'vi'ib R' A &v t ?. 'A Will hold its annual exhibition at the Pair Grounds in Taylor, Texas, on . Tuesday and Wednesday, June 30 and July 1, 1903, Two days prior to the opening; date for the sad Annual exhibition of ',. F i m, V4. lt ' feu r. . l iM 2. : c a Y ' l& r !!&., r ., ft.1"- Bff. A' r-v" Is ' V r V r t. i j t K .y - .r ., le V& Hiiat, Tri-County News. Near Florence a few days ago, Miss Ala Boyd and John May were united in marriage. Ihe groom is a son of Foote May. During the year 1902 the city of Taylor sustained fire loses to the amount of 310,026.00 with insurance of 5,410.65 on the property burned. Taylor Texan. In the justice court here this week there has been one convic tion vith a fine of S20. and five other ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 19 June 1903

nwtn JWwrwBHWTW ,J t ffliwyffi' A''ryiyr wti-tr&tfgsiWf P tJF. -v ' ; '' A I ' 0 ' i- (k j : v " i ranFwHmji lllf 1 ,w ,y m , i r E'lCi, " ( m ... K . T. wo ..&" ,v KfcSU' tfi kfe-v ., 1 ;. II ''',!' ,ft' .kn .T 1 B -r v ;,-. X ViK i. v fos . 't f " jy lv if- I l i ) K J I w B I't .', h KE&V' l? " !.. IkS- &t H ft'- fryx. WW' I.1 4 u e U- 45 W .DP fe te? K" ni-.t ' f , ;&. tov ' MVi. ,,. IW 1 u t. W&to 3 . as rc '& t m A f" A t ' ml i 1 ' ' L '' ' i " PI'" " tit ' , ' '' 44. Your Requirements . 3: jVIo need to teiryou what we have in drugs. Can fill every order. See us for fine Sta tionery, Toilet Ar tides Jewelery and Watches. The People's Dm C. S Moores Prop'r. H - H - I - H"WH - I - I - I - I - From Georgetown. Georgetown, Tex., June 16. The question of issuing bonds in the sum of S3000 for completing the public school building will be submitted to the voters of George- town on Tuesday, July 7. The bonds proposed will bear 4 per cent, payable in forty ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 19 June 1903

3- 35T wsm'f- rcpTW! HT WWY' $WV fr fP '" i . H't i ' r f . ' '. "j4 ' Local Mention. V N f. , I1' ! , f --.V 5 v' I' J K ' o ,r - Mrs. Kuykondall is visiting in f.utlo and Auetin. Trade your old machine for a new one at Whitlow Bros. Miss Irene Kuykondall return- ed home from Hutto Suriday Matting at cost for the next 30 days at Rowntree & Irvin's. Mr. J. D. Slaw8on made a bus- iness trip to Austin Saturday. Rev, Sam Roberts preached at Yankee Branch Church Sunday. Matting at cost for the next 30 days at Rowntrce & Irvin's. Mi88 Gary of Taylor, was a guest of Mrs. Chas. Kaaso this week. Nice line ladies' belts just re- ceived at Walton's Mr! and Mrs. Win, Treuhardt and children visited relatives at Georgetown Sunday. M. P. Lawrence & Son want to sell you grain sacks, and buy your grain. Mr. M. Bainbridge, who has been here on a visit, loft this Week for Liberty Hill to visit.re- latives. Mr. A. Hearn of San Antonio, is here on a visit to his brother-in-law, W. G. Whitla...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 14 August 1903

raRi"",T Pi " -i - ' u i w . ,i Uj.. jM(lj 4 -, &',& 'L " !,'! i t J ' . " . K 'TOrtWt' buM . R. & GATES. Editor. BARTLETT, TEXAS, AUGUST 14, 1903. VOL. XVIII, NO. 17 k'M9 m'rf t. '.J H SUMMER GOODS AT -, o n ACTUAL COST! ... ve offer all Summer Dress Goods and our entire line of Ladies Waists in white and colors, sizes 32 to 40, at ac- tual cost in order to make room for our enormous mwti II Fall and Winter v31LG8 N .".. - - ' www m m. m c a e ' ow In Transit. II ?; "m. S M '1 We take pleasure in announcing to th& nfiis fc. Mall show a complete line of Fall Goods unsurpassed by any in style, quality and price. " , . Just Received. na?1ihIa?J??Sia,, rnants 1 ' '' ' J. M 1 in . OS , ( & as 9 u -r : &;... -r Benson Dots- ' Thp Tribune, I As, there is nothing doing at e present time I will drop a fow 0S.r Nearly everybody hero is" eat- watermelons and taking sin aw j. meeting ana naving a time. . i, large number of Densonville pple are1 attending the meeting te;...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 14 August 1903

fl mwwicJwt'tiii'wwawFwjiwriwwtTwl'wraaniiaMiit Ai juauu nv in S P- Ifc. i' 1. v n v. .. . (7 & r h' 55. . ,V k ' A f ft ft B f" ' o u B'ARTLETT TRIBUNE R. F. Gates Editor $ Piop. A- Entered) 1 socprfd cIms ma'innatfe&r a&iha i..-UW IiLm fo feu iki ". yuwjwcu.yn 4r- JL . .lij t j. ribd .j' ' f uwcni notices o x-a cts, nWlino for cftch t nMrtlon. altl Bdvortisomonts continued un- ordorod out unless othorwiso specified. Terms One Dollar aYear Tt waijgjfcgj; , f aUbyanx moana in-B6llrc6uny 'SKturuay7 A, oVanted An injunction at Sanoo. Apply to Bell County An- tfi prohibitionists. tiih-i -.,.! n (,rA. California company has pur- chased 3000 acres ojhandJWfcst ,Txas and will colonize 00 Ja"p- $ftese upon it. Bu. $lany cotton dealers who are in $3osition to know whereof they $&6ak, are of the opinion that tjqtton will not open for loss than tenta- iotWhen you giver alms or do llomething for the pause of Chris- sanity and the goodof mahlcind, please leave off the sounding o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 14 August 1903

o si 4- iM .-m. . . 5wforydwifif i4iwwwttf wu4MvUytiM 4. ......rtfc..fififljf ? mi"' , ' 'Trfc-Count ft & '"' The Of angel ' ,Sept.-7. ' fi.'infnrdr! vnna npi " iffNevvtfPk A' ft 9 Sif ifir IE at K ts" Kj Eft KI1KI W fif Mfo$fapwfh, fCOloradi was arrested for false I? j5Woaring to his-rago anddfllgal JO - .Jfc1 "J T, . i i 1 Y? c.vn; account oc cojmnuou rains icqrn:-in thoajbf gMf '?x-Bon, county ia sprouting in the 'r -rarito ft .s,'4'i'- f I Wff ,wt. i "...!. ? .Jk.rwt . rfTA.. . SfiK. .Vtt...i?urnBrffl-i-axffAsaBBaoK J'F' vUriteiv hasn't KM9Uedtiic.iHacc KVTaimonB,dE Williamson oountvl ia'.yon'rs. Scyene ia- nuK'ttJ.un.jF t lainnAn,. rife rMa'iiLX iuT fcWWs oflife" tllSTo m ;"tf'.' 'wTi'i.i-u. "wr -.. m-..i a' I heat of the (lav. It is in the ho (i j- it ..'. i iniiiiiur i it ur. rniruip i . &'.-' . im 4. -hjr-minnrn'iflcFttt wmiifjr OLfe SOYENF- T0 tto d8ii r J iffllsKribe f in Erst ir m P JtV fl wtt- hilo 'SMi. If. ivV71 'J Miss Daisy Jnesof 'George-tLsB,-'&tpW,n wa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 14 August 1903

assEM Be30004t444HV4A . ' . ,. ' 'd l' b I m, If 1 4 r t m i P I . fc,HiJ i, L'.-. i K rs !;' I A' , I f If? t P " Vi X'- : i V, ! " SPECIAL 15 DAYS SALEAUGUST 15 TO 31, Everything in Summer Goods will be sold during this time. Prices will move them rapidly i Hosiery. 20 doz. Misses hose worth 20c pair, Farewell price, lie 10 dozk Infants hose, pink white and red, worth 25c, Farewell price, - 18c Ladies 50c and 65c lace hose, lisle thread, Farewell ..price - - do 1-dc Ladies Hoc and 35c hoso, HbIo thread, Farewell Sale, price, ... iQc Ribbons. 50 pieces ribbon, all col- ors, 1 to 3 inches wida, worth from 8 1-3 to 15c yard, Fare well price, 5c Liberty Satin ribbon, all colors, Nos 20 to 40, worth 25c to 40c, all go in Farewell, grip, per yd - 26c,j '1 I Fans. " ' 65c and 75o Silk Fans, plain and fancy, Farewell price each, - - 35c 35c and 50c fans go at 25c Ladies Purses. "Wrist bags in colors, nice quality, worth 65c to 75c, Farewell Price each, - 49c 1.25 and 1.50 wrist bags, silk...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 14 August 1903

"" "Wfrl J "'"' W'''6'5Wi1?ifj5p)'WT ffft TV ii It . f $mmmmmmmffi jj-t.M-M-M-M-H-M-1-H-M-M-H-H' H-M-M-fr -I-i-friAi' rL.1rtTfnTnTfMTfTT"TwTfTffT-TtVTwT?..fwtVt iTiftiM"Vf ? i r BwtSTv a - r w ,cxnM? ?!' M I -asbh :!fiO ' "T -1 i i U VI i i i OUR 0''t (i ( FST VAIIIF SAIF A v " H"" w iwi-w ratawa. VTihh..,,, i u ; M ; 1 9. ftv. Bf ( T "tf-XX' H ' !! V" Mm f t f ' Ai B"V o fit I'r-, III sr,. Br j T :w $m w $ & V.j I ." ar-v a j)1 " i !: Runs six days in the week ; . Twelve months in the year. . JEyery Day 4i Every Week Here Has its special features. At all times we will give - values and assortment than you will find elsewnere. r lVfW Ffflll ffkfbfl5 r Staple Merchandise is now coming in. New Percale, Ginghams, Outings, Domestics, lWW 1 ci.ll V1UUUS Cotton Flannel Etc, that we bought mouths and months ago before the advance -so remem- ber we are in on "ground floor" when you are ready to buy. - W. W. WALTON. ( i'W f w - H - H - 1 - J - ' - T"! - T - ',"T - T - , - '"T"T".T"r"T"l"...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 14 August 1903

"-TV 4 : ,r .,,! iiiwiiEiiumffliimjMi.auil'wm'jmviiyw!iMMw -i'i' 'U ' ' i ' ' tT'W(fliHiftJ.)iiJn4iil, 1 .-j :V '. " t taj,,,ka ITLAMMAXiirL . I - ." . v. h . B- ?. ip i & If "T V' I K ft ? 3' r V. . la? t f ',vs r. . iWli Kfc fe " p. .- & - rw If:" if- i, nijaj 1 1 ii in 1 1 iw i .1 i" n; BblFwebvii Remedy. Col, F. H. Holloway of Marble Falls has submitted to the boll weevil commission appointed by Governor Lanham what he claims y nearly thirty years, of actual jirial to have proved toDji an oft jfcetive means of exterminating all msects. He is utilizintr ifcf.in wn extensive fields andMs s cccdintr admirablv in "savintrtlllve J$xuares, Hi$ device consists of a f.f at pan with a lamp in the center .elevated just above the surface &and fed by kerosene. He covers fthe pans bottom with water and $$overs the water with a thin film f kerosene and sets it out in- the tgotton patch. aSsniftnbij)- fof these.scattered ovcrTtlie patcli and lights them every uight. In the day time...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 14 August 1903

Tmr, V VTT7!?TfFf1TO ;c?'T V 1 wjvt-." t HSni' fj? ! 0 tf n m. m . "( NEr.'Jft """no IKM' W I A . War1 ?T V HHftT ! " 'iV.i v.jjjia Vf &" m . iv ..o l-P ml M-.1' ?Wl r 1 i to - h-1 ftT. , i&. i" v ., Li-it i 1 Uy?u LXY ."M" i:?.& wm ' 'W - , , fc.!' .v lw , If If-fc" . ,. rt hVw M UJ i'r fur,., , ,V?OQOO AviirnoV&TKnowjust how gobdour Cold Drinks .aro until Do so tod a u m m t.a.-3' I fJ "Ol. ' " iW li YdvwwllSifl vr ;Know TAn R 'J-B nPMI BI4 ' aHrvn.va i! rami . .lTI' Tv!.Sl.L fiJi 4t''iit Do so'today. " ai?w. n 'You -will never know just how good cfur Cold DrinksJfatolintilypiv have triiRPltiW You will never kri'o'w j ust ho w "good our Cold Drinks aro .miitil you. ha"ve -tried" thorn? - JUo so today. -. . You will never know just how good our Cold rrjttks.arei until jyou hayp trioU them. Waotlda' ' You will never knonl&!ow Food olr5Co Drinks are until vouij -have, tried - them. i Dosotoday. 4 ' ri "H l The P6dplers .C. S Moores! Prop'r. if ALv. ?OOOOCKX)OOOOOC...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 14 August 1903

XfflX" - - .'7 .VuJ V u 1 Ss. , I J'Sf iff U' Wr ' ' K f-1 1ST- I. V : tffitf . T Ik - ii,t Is. I. u- ii" . , m IM. I'M Pf. IK1-a I-Bs ' fr ... 1$ L-V, I Is I Is H & ', Ebcailftftenti&y.p, Jfl m :ivli.f ,T.'.. , . , 'c .& ..-, J.A C..i iM ;Un'li.iiV Fish at Frank Knarvok every Friday f,! ci$&. Wm Trbuhar.dt4and family vis- ite&)rolatlW aQeorgotown Sat- urday and Sunday. Ootid 3 room rosidonce for sale S550,-easy terms. See B ,Kqlman Ifc you.twant tosoe'thenowost lino of. Jewelry call atjtforguson'e jurug oiuru. Miss Lillie Lundslibn.'Of Qolja is viBiting' hr brother'Jin-law, Frank KrauseJr; , - Highest price paid for green hides by J. R. Nixon, at West Side meat market. The colored Methodists have been enjoying a protracted a meeting the past week. For Sale Second hand surrey, good as now; oheap, apply to C. H. Smith Bartlett. D (A.Miller and family of Milam, Tenn. are visiting J. M. Blanton and family. Elder R. W. Thompson of Bartjolt will begin a meeting at Pec...

Publication Title: Bartlett Tribune, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 21 August 1903

v- - a (jS&p R. F. CATES, Editor. BARTLETT, TEXAS, AUGUST 21, 1903. v. VOL. XVIIU NO. 18 fltanlett .-v B rf H .HK. to Jmm.j PV J -' A. . .k. Jm. at rl 111 if 1T f IP ' , 1 to ?. KA j.'-' SUMMER GOODS AT... s x. ACTUAL We offer all Summer Dress Goods and our entire line of Ladies Waists in white, and colors, sizes 32 to 40, at ac fual cost in order to make room for our enormous Fall and Winter Stock Now Sn Transit We take pleasure in announcing to the public that we will show a complete line of Fall Goods unsurpassed by any in style, quality and price. y Tllt Received A complete line of Ladies Belts, Belt Buckles, Wrist Bags, Hair Ornaments 3L lVWl V wvi and shirt waist sets whir.h a will hp n1easpH tn s-hnw vnu. and shirt waist sets which we will be pleased to show you. vw.. J. M. ALLEN, - Bartlett iMiiiiiiiiH PROS. FILED CONTEST. V i- Georgetown, Texas, August 19. Suit was filed in the district court late this afternoon to con gest the election held in William ) son countv July...

Publication Title: Bartlett Tribune, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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