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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 9 March 1906

' 7jm 3P?" . " ' W 1 r' , ;4," . t - ( V- L ;' 1 W Sfufi . ft 2?, UK? & jT f, fcH OeOOCXJOOCKMXXSOOOOOOOOOOOOOcXKXXXiOOCXKXXXXXXXXJOOOOOao We Want Your Grocery Trade. W pay highest market price for Eggs, Butter and all kinds Country Produce. Fresh Groceies, All Kinds. Have our service, own delivery 'Phone 40. need anything. Hintz & Brune, Grocers. R.ed Top Caoie Seed. noooooooocooooooooooooooofleoooooocx5cxoooooooooooeooo THEBARTLETT TRIBUNE. E3TAB LI SHED 1886. Entored . nd-clasi Matter at the Pontoffico, BartletU .Texa. One Year 1.00 Six Months 50 Throe Months 25 R, P. CATES, Editor and Proprietor. M. L. CATES, - - Foreman. FRIDAY, MAR. 9, 1906 Tomorrow the agony over. will be President Calvin of Farmers' Union reports 121 new unions chartered iri Feoruary. Let each voter go to tho polls and cast his ballot for that which ho thinks is right, regardless of publio sentiment. There is no sense in an indi- vidual or newspaper bowing to any man or set of men, for the people aro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 9 March 1906

' ' ' ''',, X. i' -' '-4 ' ' " " ' ' - I ' J 'i .'l' ' V to V 5V - I'aC' H M v ''ip i ., .0 i br . ;i'-f. 4- f V' &'A . a f J tl m .3. IK, . fc S fc? vs. ,& f h)v" Much'dorn Planted. 1 Taylor, Tcxs, March I. Dur- .ingthe past ten days thearmers of this section of Williamson cbunty have availed themselves of the propitious "weathtr by planting Jcorn, the increase in acreage being much greater than last season. This noj doubt, is prompted by the. efforts of the 'Southern Cotton association's representatives who have been here advocating'a decrease in cot ton acreage For the month of February hardware and imple ment dealers of this, city icport larger sales ofimproyed planters and cultivators than for any month sincethe fall of 1808. This is re- sultan of good crops ra.s.'d dur- ing the past season, good prices obtained, therefor and good times generallp prevailing in grand old Williamson, the banner cotton prdductng county this season of the world. . for Sale. I have 720 acres...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 9 March 1906

V. ' a 1' Your Knowledge of Clothes Making V : .. .19 K5K225S35E555553S g9tHjw4A Clothes A ''4 V lUr K- rr !!. . i .. t it t SR i. LJ i ,A ' &' tS so far as tailoring, designing- and materials are concerned, is evidently limited. All men can't make a life study of clothes sellmgfo yet all men mUst wear clothes. When you buy Schwarb and "Majestic" Clothes you need have no knowledge of how they are made, the label in the inside coat pocket assures you that the garment is made right; and as to style and fit, leave it to your friends; they know a good looking suit when they see it and they will tell you so when they see you in one of our models. Prices range from $IO to $20 . All shoes bought of us shined free at our shining parlor Assad s Mm J MT Jiebes4 LIN KXI3 anssscorassinzcr: nsBEsssssnasni ttTT -wmfiw ! -j.hu i J Mi .TWiwnwnitji mtOKBSB 'Si iffCT r""- ma ' t & Mis,Baa:au'auMa5jx lUtiAMaaa&asaasasriaiiEaCT asrTaTTT,7nrrrfrmir7TrviT7Trrt-aaiairT,i-rr'Ti,ra'it; .y THE BA...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 9 March 1906

rpwm i ''J r - " vy, . o f PWWWwBBPHIPJBPUl Every Lady & i fc& ifjj St ' lr HE? . h .u & ". '?' : h- Bs i Vft Kl . .ty, W' t IMF' '.HI- r' m .. & "t , W&i i ire K," a n &. it -IK, Is cordially invited to visit our millinery depart ment. The most attractive- line of eaHy spring Hats shown this season can be found displayed ..upon our counters. Miss Martin, the lady in charge of this department, and by the way an assurance of correct styles in ojur Millinery, will be pleased to show you the many nov- elties of the season. You are perhaps not ready to buy, yet 'y oil are perfectly welcome. , - v DRY GOO Dress goods, laces, eml iery musln underwear Every department is now brim fyll of the very latest attractions ;, neckwear, belts, combs, lace hos everything in housefurnishiogs. aiTiin UOH RAILROAD TIME TABLE, iay trains .- Night train South NlRht train North..... 2:15 11:28 a. in. J4:28 a. in. and Mr9. C. LOCAL MENTION. Cheap cane seed at w. G. smith's. Henry Be...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 9 March 1906

V4 v y yjw ." ,wt i -"!rj ' 1 i; k: a.'"' . F tf i!F . I" r I Mi IV ' K l'". if tv.r: r KV a -. i Housekeepers Delight Flour i The J i PONDER & BAILEY I Successors to J. F. Ponder. Local Mention. VA.. B. Wolch visited in Taylor Sunday. It pays to advertise in the Tribune. Miss Hallie Bailey was quite siok thia week. Miss Brian visited home folks in "Waco Sunday. Mrs. J, L. Bailey was hero this week from Georgetown. Harry Cochran of Belton was -here Sunday to see relatives. Harry Kelley was here this sweek from Sduthwstean Uni- versity. Farmers, I have meal and hulls on hand and can make prices to iiu't you. Jrio. P. Lawrence. Miss Willingham, of near Corn Hill, left Sunday for Crawford to visit relatives. , I will deliver you wood in 5 cord lots or more for $3-7$. Come now. , Jno. P. Lawrence. Messors. H. F. Ovorby and 8. P. Bennett were Georgetown vis- itors Monday. G. F. Bowen of Salado was here Saturday and subscribed for the Tribune. I will sell green wood in car ots for, 83...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 9 March 1906

t." ( ?s ' VI , f u.Ytt, t )& r & !). 1 L-!. ? ti. t r i j rj l" I n 11 . l COUNTY ITEMS. County court oonyonod at Georgetown Monday. At present there arc twelve jail-birds In the county jail, hero six whites and six darkles. Cameron Herald, Rev. White, the cotton weigh er, says Cameron's cotton re- ceipts will reach 11,000 bales. That means S550.000 has been or will bo paid out for cotton during this season. Herald. Round Rook, Tex., March 3 Mr, Lee, living about two miles' west o here, died yesterday. He fell a few days ago and broke his thigh, whioh resulted in his death. J. A. Duncan, a prosperous farmer living a short distance south of Round Rook, died about noon Monday of pneumonia. He was Qi yeara old and. had long been a resident of the oounty. The largest steer ever seen on the Fort "Worth market was sold iast week by J. L, Ely of Tem ple. It was four years old and weighed 1770 pounds. It sold at 6c, and the total amount realized from the dale was S88.50. The oitize...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 9 March 1906

Wh JV.- If & !fW'Wt 'r,mm?zwwm mi. ' . Vi ' . fc .iV ' ' 'i . t .,. yfe-ao f II ws ,f " "' l '.J til' ' ' ! ' ' . " . ' 'rV 4 I. ' ' E2- .'. hr ANNOUNCEMENTS The Tribune is authorized to .anhouaoe the following candi- dal for office, subjeot to the democratic primaries: BELL COUNTY. - ForSheriff B. L. Pennington. ' D. 0. Burkoa. For County Clerk: W. C. Rylander. For District Clerk (re-eleotion) Jno. G. MoKay. For ConBtable, Bartlett-Holland Precinot: Will Daughorty. ' For Publio Weigher, (HolIand)J Tom Little. " J. G. Cobb. W. J. (Bill) Armstrong. For Justice of the Peace, Hoi land Beat: J. L. Mayhall, Mathias (Mat) Armstrong WILLIAMSON COUNTY. For Publio Weigher, Bartlett: R. S. Thompson. For County Attornoy : W. H. Nunn Locad Items. Mr, and Mrs. J. E. Tipton have a Biok boy. The boy of Jack Durant is quite sick. Mrs R. L. Willson is on the sick Hut. Two of John Messer's children are quite sick. '.3. 1. Ponder of near Corn Hill has been quite sick. Mrs. T, J. Slaughter was quit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 16 March 1906

fj, 1 'AJ'Jv?s J JF V7.(W KTJKQ ... ' Z , ". artlctt rupniie: -.! R. F. OATES, Editor and Proprietor. BARTLETT, TEXAS, MARCH 16, 1906; LOO Per Year. VOL. XX. h. NO, 45; w . . . i" - J.D. Slawson Loans Money on Farm Property. Office in Bartlett National Baoik J3 he U i ! B trM Will Count ' Vote Mar. 21. The returns of the 'prohibition election will be canvassed by the commissioners Wednesday, Mar. 21ot. As the Tribune under- stands it, the 'wet" season will come in as soon as the' result is announced. The commissioners oourt is in session, and will probably trans- act; all the business before it in two or throe days. Fire at Temple. Temple, Tex., March 15. Firo last night troko out in the rock building cbrner of First Btreet trad. Avenue B, and damaged a stock of furniture stored there and belonging to the Kyle Fur- niture Company to the extent of S40WL Insured in part. The building was damaged to the ex- teat of $500, and was insured. Ifc fa the property of Mrs. M.. B. Hill of Dalla...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 16 March 1906

1 1 !'' MP rf-,'fSf rt. M V f 3 , fc" ' fl bOCOOOOOCKOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCCXOC0000XXX300000000COOOap tVeDo Proper Undertaking. OUR FUNERAL CAR, LOWERING DEVICE AND TRUCKS WILL COMPARE IN ELEGANCE WITH ANY EQUIPMENT FOUND IN EVEN DALLAS OR HOUSTON. THIS IS FOR THE v FREE USE OF OUR CUSTOMERS. 15he Batrtlett Hardwao-e Co. tG0QeQ000G00QCGG30GQG0OD3Q OOOOOOOQQOOQOCOOQQCOOOOOOO THE BARTLETT TRIBUNE. ESTABLISHED 1886. Entered nd-class Matter at the Postoffice, Bartlett. Texas. Ono Year 1.00 Six Months - 50 Three Months... ....25 F. CATES, Editor and Proprietor. VL L. CATES, Foreman. " FRIDAY, MAR, 16, 1906 No business failures in Bart 'Jtett. Fannin county went dry "Saturday by 1637 majority. last In speaking of the nrobabie re- sults of the prohibition election in its issue of last Saturday af- ternoon the Belton, Evening News says: "The women did their part and did it nobly and well; the children did their's'and the men did their's. If it goes dry it will be dry, perhaps, and if it goes wet, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 16 March 1906

.J? ,9 $ rii'JSMSKXX' RT Vf T V'.i 01? II Wr ,a !"'. V. . . V i 14 .? J $&: lie lri r. , ' ft'.. tm ? ?- 1 .-, "4,. r fctV;- 3fe-.4-:N irw fek' tf-v.) . -K.-J. V (Sit , tr' A- v y.LT-n ? t 3 KM ''' m-' rW fflh if,'" tfit-r M:h sro-i,. - Williamson Republicans. Taylor, Texas, March io' w The Williamson county republi- can , executive committee met in Taylor yesterday afternoon to jcfmgider applications or endorse- ment for the two applicants, Dr. W. TPleming, the present post- master at Georgetown, and Prof. .Uycuizcham, who desires to sue ced Dr. .Fleming. Seven ofthe ten members were present as follows: C. T. Snell, precinct No. I, Georgetown; A. J. Reeder, precinct No. 2, Gran- v ger; Cas Baker, precinct No. 3, Liberty Hill; O. E. Taylor, pre- "cinct No. 6," Tayba; F, S. Way, . chairrrianM and D. G. McFadin, secretary. After a squally meeting the committee adjourned without tak- ing final action. It is understood, -however, that two favored one ' applicant and three the other....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 16 March 1906

n BiPWj? s " 'W.r 'T"V ' ' ? ? ''" ww ,"'"'.; " "'Hf i4 KiJJMUUM.111,1,11 IUUIIU IK l-j' IT, -'J &' ' ' f. -( ' W. ,-" ir ft T .' i I WSRx. tf TO y..j r is J'A k W .' ", rV K i&a j .'-' r B5i -., ay. t . ja; ls - If HMHR V5BNR I THE BARTLETT TRIBUNE. ESTABLISHED 1886. Entered . nd-clasi Matter at the; Poatoffico, Bartlett. Texas. One Year Six Months ;... Three Months.... 1.00 50 25 R. P. CATES, -M. L. CATES, Editor and Proprietor. Foreman. FRIDAY, MAR, 16, L006 It is all over now but counting the votes, so lets be friends for at least two years more. 15V THE total number of polj taxes paid in Bell county was 6997, and tha total votes cast, 6354. 'To "Alkali Eye" and "Mary Jane" Cox: Como to Bartlett. The water wagon has been put Under the shed. r. The meeting of the Ice Mnnu- facturero of Texas at Waco this week no doubt accounts for the cold wave following. The people of Galesburg, 111., are going to hold an election to choose a postmaster. Texas communities do not have to ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 16 March 1906

rqH.r n'orwHu rff ' v 'ftjjinptf , T" v: . KrwwiMr)OAJBmH?iaKmiBiiBaMW art rariiwHJBi.j;tfw, i i..i ?rtft . fU; i-mrs -qj-sa.'" j. juv xufn? . . . . v &r. Zh&i&.'SM v. i ' 'tW&' I . IV VT -.rOATIF' IF 7 iyCi rrcrav ". ''..,- ?" If n '"? I'M " ,', ' 0 P'r. 'i.' m;:w m:j. f kurM'x&vnr,rf L.. Twarr r.KEJi?i.iaw uy-mj).ai'MBaPi5JggftWHtJum apw ' T '?)' vr a ?jrr it cy --. ? i&fraf ' ." . . t. HOT. , ' ) ? i, j- ..' " ' ' ' . v ' ' ' ' L j : ,'1, k, J ' ,. " 'V.r. ' -TWiFI A FS?-" Wm.'A -. mx, m:?-. 71-' A iffl r m 'n u:- Gl t ;'f' I ..'-.'Home of Kirschbaum Clothes. -X' 1 I fsw ,&'" ; . The men of Texas buy and wear moro Kirschbaum Suits and Over coats than any other maice. The same is true of ;thd.m'bn of New York. The above building shows the great tailor-shops whore Kirschbaum clothes are made. This is tho largest,, lighest, best-: equipped and most sanitary clothing establishment in the world. The building has its own electric equipment, its own fire patr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 16 March 1906

-.t- 'v. Nfei -J ' V c - ' v" ' , tlfl . ? 'i "Jr2-JS! ;?Sft p. I) . : h MffavT ,.;;.:;'v :-;'VY ' l Ai ' Pf sv. I'-" K. IA?i A'" t'r i ' iV" U '' J tf ' H u$ mh, thy r !? & t,4""-- k . if 6 ' ", . W ' ' i M n ft ! ' 1 Housekeepers 2 . Delight The Best Made PONDER & BAILEY Successors to J. F. Ponder. t J i Local Mention. Rev. E. Ahrens visited Temple this week. L. Wilhite went to Waco Mon- day on business. Wil'. Treuharct made a business trip to Waco Tuesday. v Ed King of Davilla was here Saturday on business. j Mrs. W. F. Reynolds is visit- ing her parents at Athens. Frank 'Kelso of Gatesvtlle was here the past week on a visit. Mr. D. Lango made the Trib- une a pleasant call Saturday. W. H. Homeyor of Walburg was here on business Tuesday. Misses Annie Cooley and Clara Brian visited relatives in Waco Sunday. Harry Rogers, of Rogers wag JneJe the past week on a visit to friends. I will deliver you wood in 5 cord lots or more for $3.75. Come now. , Jno. P; Lawrence. Mr. and Mr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 16 March 1906

SPfb 5 o- .XKrVmSLmtrm -' ,Th, ,"- :'-' ;, .'&. '... "TK -it ' I a M w . ..v . .-'v. "','.( v :. 4 '.' ' ' ( " L u i VI.- . if ' t &? ,, r. . i "" ?'! I'fA- ' 4SS.T r: ift , fcfc !& it ."' U7- WKr v. li; 'f a V m COUNTY ITEMS. Mrar. Clara Martin, wife of Ed. lfrtin, died at her horns in 3orgetown Wednesday ., , C Ct Hooper Saturday sold to B, A, Nortliam a farm of 203 ibices" four mites south of Taylor t $50 an acre. G. D. Patterson nde the deal. Democrat. Educational rally at Haokborry Friday night hefore the First .Sunday in April. Dedication of i-ehtireh Sunday at 11 a. m. by Dr. B. H. Carrol of Waco.Hol- Imad Progress. Bishop Hobs is oxpttotoD hare in a few days and .steps have baen taken to induco him to make Georgetown his homo. The Sun Jiopes 'the effort will be sucoeso- iui, Georgetown Sud. , Georgetown, Tex , Muroh 10,. The fund drS50, 000 proposed to rrecfc a boy's dormitory of the Southwestern University i n "charge of Dr. John R Nelson has reached 827,000. Wo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 16 March 1906

feV-f j. -tv 'i "SV TSW l'j : , I" Rm i t ANNOUNCEMENTS Ttait Tribune in juithotizod to ttnouuco tho following candi- date for office, subject to tho dUmoeratio primaries: BELL COUNTY. foe Sheriff B, L. Ponnington. D, C. Burkes. ' pat County Clerk : ' W. C. Rylandor. For, District Clork (re-eleotion) Jno. G. MoKay. " Foe Constable, Bartlett-Holland Precinct: Will Daugherty. For Public Weigher, (Holland) , Tom Little. J. G. Cobb. W. J. (Bill) Armstrong. 1 For Justice of the Peace Hol- t land Beat: J. L, Mayhall, ,, Mathioa (Mat) Armstrong THE RESULT OF SATURDAY'S ELECTION. GOOD WORK DONE ON BOTH SIDES BUT THE RESULT WAS IN EAVOR OF THE ANTIS BY A MAJORITY OF 475 VOTES. WILLIAA1S0N COUNTY. For Publio Weigher, Bartlett: R. S. Thompson. For County Attorney : . W. H. Nunn T. J. Lawhon. CITY OF BARTLETT -For City Marshall: J. J. Wells L.L. Belk. ftt LocsJ Items. The prohibition election in Bell county last Saturday was a daoided victory for tho antis, the county going wot by 475 ma- jorit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 23 March 1906

re-,". , r J, ' ft J f 1 ' ftbtme W" JyJ''J'4r H. F. CATES, Editor and Proprietor. BART&ETT, TEXAS; MARCH 23, 1906. LOO Per Year. VOL. XX. NO. 46. ,:-., w. t '. Ti- t w I? T A I? 4' ' Wj- . V&l- ?,f ' lu If war rP ' f;' B. F. Goss Killed. Last night about 9 o'clook, B. 3?. Gobs, who liyoa between Bart- lett and Granger, was killed by a south bound freight train, a short distance this sido of the Long Branch bridge, near the homo of E. W. Hutohons. Mr. Goss w.as in town yesterday afternoon and loft for homo about Bunset in a 'wagon with Williams Bros, horse dealers. At the Donahoo bridge, they overtook Frank Whitfield, who lives jUBt across the creek, And deceased accompanied him home and ate supper with him. After supper Mr, Goss started for his home a mile or two down the railroad, taking the track, wbioh was the last seen of him until his remains were discovered early this morning. When the freight train which killed him run into Granger last night, the train men saw evide...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 23 March 1906

"7.1 if T .'! it , y- r y V. i I" 1 a KKOOOCXX)CXXXXOOOOOOCKXXC)OCXXOOOOOOOOOOOCOCXXOOOOOnO We Do Proper OUR FUNERAL CAR, TRUCKS WILL CUMFAKl!, &NY EQUIPMENT FOUND HOUSTON. THIS IS FUK CUSTOMERS. ?? Bacrtlett Tjjaoooooexxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxtteeoexxx THE BARTLETT TRIBUNE. ESTABLISHED 1886. Bcutwed . nd-claai Matter at tha Postoffico. Bartlett Toxas. Oae Year t.00 Six Months 60 Three Months 25 R. E. CATES, SL SL XATES, Editor and Proprietor. Foreman. FRIDAY, MAR. 23, L906 Most, the anarchist chief, died Irt Cincinnati last Saturday. Emma Golding made a fiery sneech at the funeral obsequies. Ih leas than twenty minutes time Tuesday the United States Senate voted away 8140,000,000 oC public mjney for pension ap- propriations. There are entirely too many christians who are afraid to have anythinc to do with a sinner for fearof injuring; their moral stand- ing in the community. But pol- icy Is all the race nowadays it seems. "Mary Jane" Cox of tho Moody Courier, sizes up the prohibition qu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 23 March 1906

1 n'nr ;TT C'v' iff "T" ?F V r Pf ,,: r- . 4 'm. . V r ' f ' ?!- '" W- E K hV H tff He -' . h" hi To Enforce The Law. Temple, Texas, March 1 8. A meeting remarkable in its char- acter and which promises to usher in an era of good feeling if the plans adopted are carried to a 'successful conclusion, was held in the city hall of Temple and was participated in by nearly every peace officer in Bell counry. The meeting was held at the sugges- tion of Mayor Fred P. Hamil of Temple. Many citizens were ) present and the proceedings were carried on without a t discordant voice being raised. The confer- ence grew out of .the results of the local option election held in Bell county on March io. The anti-prohibitionists are of the opinion that a great deal of the sentiment existing in favor of pro- hibition is traceable to a disregard Of law upon the part of saloon men in the past. Therefore, antis and pros alike have joined hands, buried differences and have come together upon the broad platfo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 23 March 1906

JW y7!fii j;i" yTTw fr f ' (L L ff ii BJ' & . Ir K lyV ft " l i. : v . B THEBARTLETT TRIBUNE. ESTABLISHED 1880. Entered - nd-clasi Matter at the Postofflco. Bartlott Toxas. One Year t.00 Six Months 60 Throe Months- 25 R, F. CATES, Editor and Proprietor. M. L. CATES, Foreman. FRIDAY, MAR. 23, 1000 A HINT to the merchant who dooB not advertise: "Only live Cah swim." In spite of the recent freeze we shall have plenty of fruit. Every season the cry is made that the fruit is killed. Taylor Democrat. Yes, and the same people al- ways cry "crop failure" early in the season. The supreme court haa deoided that the man who plays poker or any other came of chance for a liying is without visiblo means of support. He ia a vagrant and may be tried and punished as any other vagrant who lives in idleness. Belion Prohibition League. Tho ladies of Belton have organized a prohibition league and are extonding tho organiza- tion over tho country. Tho cor- responding eoorotary is sending out copies o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 23 March 1906

'" i ' l4-v. ' t ' X r.tir lb. U-- liS'vi' fit vfc fc:t fejfc WL. mn W, j 1 WW IS'K i,-V' ; RAILROAD TIME TABLE. Ofty trains .. .............2:15 iSflslit train South. .,. 11:28 a. m. Wight train North.. ..4:28 &. m. LOCAL MENTION. Harry Jones of Granger was hero Monday. ' Brine me vour countrv pro duce. W. g. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Hino of Davilla were here this week. ' v Rex stock arid poultry food at Hintz & Brunc. J. R. Nixon was a Belton juror this weeki Red top cane seed $ 1.25 per bushel at Hintz & Brune. Mrs. M. P. Lawrence visited in Granger this week. Born, to Mr, and Mrs. E. C. Brune, a fine girl, A. A, Durant orders the Trib- une sent to him at Abilene. Mrs. I. C. Houston is visiting her paJents at Morgan. Mrs, J. G. Mueller, who' has been quite sick is convalescing. FOR SALE German millet seed at gi.op per bushel at my granery. F. F. Goode. Miss Maud Connoll of George- town visited Mrs. W. P, Hollann ibis week. Millinery Opening Monday", March 26th at Walton Dr...

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