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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 23 March 1906

-, rp1 .'." v v, lTSfW- "' VT" ,':' " tv t. vrMj ?ar?' ' v t 8 ' , r w &i: I i! Housekeepers Delight FSour The Best Made PONDER & BAILEY Successors to J. F. Fonder. i Local Mention. Mrs. Foose visited in Holland Wednesday. Rev. Speegle of Davilla went to Elgin Tuesday. Dr. Martin of Davilla was here Wednesday on business. The newest novelties in jewel- cry at Whitlow Bros. Mrs G. A. Lindemann was quite sioic first of the week. Lowest prices on jewelery and watches at Whitlow Bros. L. G. Poole of Granger was hero this week on business. J. A. Jones Esq. of Holland was here Monday on business. FOR SALE Large farm horse, Apply to J. D. Slawson. B. Kollman and Horny Luecke went to Heidenhoimer Wednes day Every lady should see the new cities in lewelery at Whitlow &s. liss Rowland, who is the guest Mrs. A. B. Welch, visited in Pemple this week, For Sale 30 bushels German lillet seed, SI Der bushel. T. P. Robinson. Frank Loshikar of Smithville tia visiting John Maleonek and fam...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 23 March 1906

ftr"ti'vr p 7W" ' ' f'Wi'- W, '..""" '" ,.. fiMMKEVfl to (, v.rorm 73ff3!u)T'JKWTffw" " j. - 1 kfff- . t ) ' ' '-!,& ,Ji h -. Wt irV 5LML RL? - Btv . . vl . w P Mf. ?4" i COUNTY ITEMS. Dr. J. H. Johnson died at .Round Rook Wednesday of last week of nervous prostration. Ho had been sick some time. Cameron, Tex., Maroh 10. lion. T. 8. Henderson from Mi- lam has announced as a candi- date for congress to succeed Hon. Scott Field from this distriot. Libery Hill has awoke from its Rip Van Winkle sleep and growing some more. New and substantial business and reai- , donee houses are being built there. C. V. Compton was subpoenaed this morning to appear instanter before the grnd jury in Bell county to give testimony in the " local option violation in that - county. Taylor Demoorat, Tues day. V. V. illick of Granger pur- . chafled the building now occu- pied, by Reed Bros, bank yester- day and will occupy same as soon-as the bank can be moved -to the Lanford corner. Holland Progress. S. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 23 March 1906

Vjl"l" STF-ST'- IffiypTWyt w i u . mvj t ' "7 ." I A AAIM ll NEW SPRING lllllll Are arriving on almost every train and every department in the store will soon shimmer in a blaze of newness. It's up to you. No escape from this. Prepare smoked glass. There's to be a Total Eclipse of Modern Low Price Making. The weather Bureau has been furnishing the wind and frost, we can furn ish the Dry Goods at price's to please the people. New dress goods, new waistings, new silks, new under-muslin, new handkerchiefs, new belts, new hpsiery, new ribbons, new embroideries, new neckwear, new clothing, new shoes, new hats, new shirts, new underwear, new well, come and let us show you we'll please in both quality and price. Watch this space from week to week for the most attractive prices. iimii ii i iiiii n rrir Locad Items. Salt at cost at Hmtz & Brune's.J Brck cheese at Hintz & Brune. Mrs. W. T. Daniel visited rel- atives in Holland yesterday. Bell county's best, "Lone Star" flour at Hintz ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 30 March 1906

R.' F . GATES, Editor and Pkopiuetou. BARTLETT, TEXAS, MARCH 30, ,1900. LOO Feb Year. VOL. XX. NO. 47. F l, Hi, r .Oi i Wv i. ! wa- a f.' 1'is a' v , ,, f cAlthea Items. 10 'tWE TRIBUNE. - tt "Tiie weather haa been fine and , ,tjoJttori planting has progressed J;vrptdly the paBt week and many , ire nearly through work. Corn V "W8 nipped by the late froat but no serious harm was done.' The frost damaged the fruit crop. ' tOats look welll, ''' Mr,i Eugene FoVrler is now bus- ily engaged.placing hia new gin ' machinery in position getting 5 ready for the ootton crop of this ,. year ( deaars. J. J Corloy and b. A. " Patterson had some sickneaa in their familos the past wees. t - Mr. W. G, Gunh's lather was clown 6n a visit the past week. V Mr.Deo Pattoh reports sickness in his family the last few days. Mrs. J. J;, Moore ia on the eiok .Sisij.- Us. Jim Millon suffered from tolood poison, which ae't in upon one of hia thumbs, a few days go.. Zosto, Maids and Sponsors. Granger, Text, Maroh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 30 March 1906

. :,r (;M ,wr,, ..yi j,., j.. , ,y!W V v V " f --- , ,.' . ." r m$t "si "t KV S f fc c r W p. $,. r ? OOOOOOO0CNKX)6OKKOOOOOOOCXOOOOOOOOOCX)OeOOOOQaOOa "We Do Proper OUR FUNERAL CAR, LOWERING DEVICE AND TRUCKS WILL COMPARE IN ELEGANCE WITH ANY EQUIPMENT FOUND IN EVEN DALLAS OR HOUSTON. THIS IS FOR THE FREE U& OF OUR CUSTOMERS. 15he Bajrtlett JS cooooocsocoooooooooocoocoocococoooeooooooooooooooo THE BARTLETT TRIBUNE. ESTABLISHED 1886. Entered nd-clasaJVIatter at the .Postoffico, Bartfett. Texas. ae Year Sue Montha T&ree Months-... -t.00 ....50 25 Et JR. CATES, -L X. CATES, Editor -and Proprietor. Foreman. FRIDAY, JVLAR.30, L900 Other peoplea troubles always Swre us more than our own. The telephone line from Gran- ger to Walburg and Weir iB be- iag erected this week. Soon the eatire country will be connected y telephones. "Mayor Hajiill should have the full support of every citizen of Bell county in his movement to enforce the law. The law oan &e enforoed in Bell county. G...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 30 March 1906

raj- w lav? r.'" f- n ,- -: ?'.;&$& 'ft ? i ii" : i Vf'"u"i.iTtf ' -a rap IJ K"1 ,-' ' JS" 'A5ffc, ' 1 i.y. I a 1 ill-!: h isiw&in! i &9j I J r-' I w k I -s 0- II S I lai 1 & s J -al , I P:V 00 ui s i i II .li f 14-t. NM TbTI S2 s ar' - .8 3 A & be S M 1 i j No Saloon in Hilleen. XSUecn Hewcoger. The talk of a saloon in Killeen has. about subsided and the indi- cation are that one will not be ' put in unless an election should decide in favor of anti prohibition in the precinct. Afflicted With Rheumatism. ''I was and am yet afflicted with rheumatism," says J. C, Bayne, editor of the Herald, Add- tneton. Indian Territory, "but thanks to Chamberlain's Fain Balm am able once more to" at- tend, to business, It is the ' best ftf liniments," If troubled with rheumatism give Pain Balm., a trial and you are certain to be more thah pleased with the prompt relief which It afl'ords. One ap- plication relieves pain.' Tor sale by MeGinnis Drug Cdi Trades Day a Good Thing'...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 30 March 1906

",VJ- 1; c . j4 WW WtKMKf WIHB'5-',. J' ' mMlWWWiT! , ' jrtW,J,1S'f!5Wr ' -. V ' K.. Vjt '' T ,?,. VJV4.;, kV" II ., v''rM''. y. "'v ' ' -J g. . i..- , , .'A ;4f M V ' .' '-.mSS , . , . - , "t ;." : . MfXK, V ;.. . , "ft1- I '...' f . ,! 5W.- W fi( & ? j . L rv Si':'1' "r THE BARTLETT TRIBUNE. ESTABLISHED 1886. Entered nd'olati Matter at the Postoffice, Bartlett, Texas. One Yenr. Six Months Three Month s- -l.OO ....60 -...25 R. P. CATES, Editor and Proprietor. M. L. CATES, Foreman. FRIDAY, MAR. 30, L900 Next Saturday, April 7, iB the big day ir. Bartlett. For the first time in seventeen years the Wheoler county jail has has an ocoupant, a man who was recently convicted of theft. There is either an extra good or extremely bad citizenship in that county. A special tax of 25 cents on the S100 valuation of property, for school purposes, la what Bartlett needs, and the Tribune hopes the measure will carry by a handsome majority, There is nothing which will advance the interests of a ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 30 March 1906

IMH IIIIHIMIIIIMIIPI llWVlliMIIIBI Uli I I II lllW MmillWI ' ' " W 'IM1 1 1 ill I I 1 J ' , ' " - JV ' . ' mum-:,. &w&wS3K!siL.s . AMI ;.nF . JlMyMiMw; '"gyfe-iiny': ' & KTi1"''i1Sl,T ? r ViT n, Iw ,11 Whenta Town On Trades Day. call in. and lot our tailor tuko, your measure for that pair of spring pants. GUARANTEE A FIT. Reifschneider, The Merchant Tailor. ... dCCf' r JL D. Slawson For All Kinds Of INSURANCE. BARTLETf NATIONAL BANK. CAPITAL $35iOOO. SURPLUS nnd ri0FITS, $16,000. If you-aro not a customer of this bank wo invito you to bo- como ono. In return wo promise to oxtond to you ovory ac- commodation possible consistent with safo banking. DIRECTORS v . . -Mrs. Mary A. Bartlott, J. b Knight, F. F. Downs, W. II. Homeyor, W. T. Cox, A. P. Clark, T. B. Benson. When, thirsty on Trades Day4 Don't Forget STASNY & BROS., Cold Beer and Fine Whisky. TRADES DAY CHILLI and LUNCH. At the Mexican Chilli. Stand just south of the Post Office Damian Rios, Prop. Reinliardl &...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 30 March 1906

wm 'jpn wr '' ir w to.dfwaiMwa ,, a flttM-1.7 r.,i4si"WTi"'iJisj3ar. f . i. " i" t1 -jtisn':' -" .'?"' "'' t- . MUMM if luott Ittntf, Grid, Watch iihrg&ii Contest, swag la the vote to ffjilitnbnci ring, Watch ntMt, given by tho lsines firm? : Bros. & Co.. Dry Jettons, Etc. ' Hardware Co., Hard- lggles, Implements and miaDrue Co Druors.Bto rSmtth, Staple and Fan Dries., lard Bros., Blacksmiths, rlc Eto, i&Etvery and Tran3fer tfgomery db Son, frops. IB $, Rud&sill, Meat Mar- .21 tad Bros., Photograph- & it Tribune, Subscript- 53 a Jhting, Eto. K)k, Barber. IvQROANIZATIONS, La phuroh, inool tvonuroh r'churoh liJIf.qhuroh fiantist ohuroh r.-o.v. Ir Baptist church tcrek.churoh laxihlirnh till "0911650 I, is. churoh techool s Individuals. Ufa' Breihan Bnasjjauprhlin wi$ Davenport Pdrrje' Hplzgraf aae trace jouia'e Snlitcarber Minnie McDowell ' ' laKay Powitxy taekaon Sartor hfioq ce f 'no 20,055 3550 4910 J7528 2004 "5 4351 ,5868 W 19 . 2 ,45 44 . 91 8L 275 , 408 952 3...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 30 March 1906

' .'I Trrmrjh1$W' '"-.I w 5 I ' jww IX... IK' " IM -. " ra- -'v. - i L ' "H $&-. wx I. 1 eis;'; KV. V fov . ' It. t! .K Hf. . If'.. Tit.K . i ': w &' iw: '( ; SiV-, tv . I" III ' i!. fit v' W1. r:':i vi .-j, l r d KS'v RAILROAD TIME tAML. .': 2:16 Ht28 a. m. ,.... 4t28 a. ,m, Htr(!n Bouth.-.. Klght train North....... LOCAL mention. JT. H. Brooks wont to Granger yesterday ou business. Bring.me your country pro- duce'. W. G. SmiI'ii, Mrs. D, L. Pennington was on the Biok list this week. ;Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Randolph visited in T.omple last Sunday. W.'R. Northoutt of hear Tay- lor, was here Saturday on a yisit. The Tribuno learns that a skat- ing rink Will bo opened in Bart- lett. Mr and Mrs T E Fowler loft y"e9ter.day for Moody to visit rel- atives, . The oourt of civil appeals this "week affirmed the case of Sparks "vs. Ponder. O. A. Lindemann is among ,the new subsoribefs to the Trib une this week. Mrs. Adplph "Wolls returned Sunday from a visit to her par- ents atDavilla. Ch...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 30 March 1906

;.i- u J : ?x 1. V. U , ' a', u i .j "i'.i ., "i ti M to' Br ).-' IB? 1ft- &V jP"'A S'. 1 t M- , , V m: wv . 'ti W- W- ' t Mio W p.. fert,. e-'eMeeeteeeejMfree'ewjeMeoM WE PROTECT OUR CUSTOMERS. We furnish our customers with purchase tickets containing the amount of each purchase, also an itemized statement of each purchase in order to do a correct business. You are requested to keep these tickets and compare them with our monthly statement, in order that we may correct any error such as do occur sometime in the best regulat- ed business houses. We hope to merit your patronage by honesty. PONDER $ BAI LEY,, Grocers. Local Mention. Jack Goes of Whitosboro was here this week. The newest novelties in jewel- cry at Whitlow Bros. Misa Ellis, of Paris, is visiting Miss Mao Lyn Cox. Lowest prices on jewelery and watches at Whitlow Bros. J. V. Morris went tn Belton Monday on legal business. Hintz & Brune want your country produce. Rev. Thompson mado a busi- ness trip to Granger Tues...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 30 March 1906

A. 'IS K . J w'S.vMl 1r gt il T . V 4 tl ?f i ,i;1 t1 i "!. . i '. r'vil '?, f R j f" r 'ji ii r tv k ' ' . S -! i ,& !fc& lM.t COUNTY ITEMS. L. W. Faublon, a good citizen 'of Lwmder, died'a few daya ago. 8. V. Dooley of Round Rook prominent; man of that city, has gold his farm near there and will move to Austin to make that oity his home. Huito, Tox., March 24. Chat- ley Anderson, who tookcommor- rcial muriate aoid about three weeks ago, died last night from the effeats. The Bontly-Basa company of Temple filecTan amendent to its charter ohanging its corporate name to the Bentley Dry Goods company and increasing its cap- ital stook from 530,000 to 860,000. At a mass meeting the citizonu o Rogers a few days ago resolu- tions were adopted indorsing the erection of a $15,000 building by taxation, and a committee was -appointed to prepare and circu- late a petition for an eleotion. Judge B. "W. Rimes, once dis- trict judge of Bell county, died at his homo in ban Aneoio a few day...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 30 March 1906

W$m WTff 1 ArM i s - . -: wmmmmwm i j ' " -"it '; , 1 jK. ' x KM sv . " 11 ft t fi OUR NEW SPRING H HM ti HM MB GOODS "A t "t f r. RTv Mii 1 ' . V B.?4K ; fW r. V f " m w. j. I? V Li- rr Local Items. W - .. :.. Arthur Wacker visited Ft. :c " wortn Tuesday. Book your mares to ''Stem Winder" at Daniel's stable. JuBtioe Toer of Granger i?aa a 3artlett visitor yesterday. Book your mares to "Stem Winder" at Daniel's stable. .1. A. Montgomery of Davilla W'fvaa here Tuesday on business. Big German mfllet seed at $i , er bushel at Ponder & Bailey's. ,? Mrs. Ed. Kollman visited in 9?emple this week. FOR SALE Large farm lorse, Apply to J. D. Slawson. Three of B. A, Hutohons child- sen have the measles. Cane seed, all varieties, at i er bushel at Ponder & Bailey's. Ed King- has sold his farm at Davilla to Mr. Hines of near San .atonic FOR SALE German millet SKtd at 31.00 per bushel at my francry. F. F. Goode. At last it seems that Bartlott is to have' some good gravel side- walks. So m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 6 April 1906

WKMOMMII tW"' " 'A 'rA- , ( . , :i t t It., 2T. CATlSS, Editor and Pkopkietor. BARTLETT; TEXAS, APRIL 6, 1906. $1.00 Per Year. VOL. XX. NO. 48. r&; R'SVtfV ' MV,MT.1W iittiett 1 , f ' lie rtbtme: ,) r tf'k . '. i. V W UW EMV . 7 Vc'K m -ss .' i ,. ithe City Election. 1 Th, election 1b st Tuesday for tiy officers was a quiofc affair, : . wifhprn wna n. p-ond vote iiollod. '(!' au liuun ot.oi j uuuj vtcq ywijr EPj-N . j.iii nllt aat-iafinA wtlfVi frta vrtanlr nf. iacal'the majority of the voters, aa of course the others cheer- t fully abide by the decision. The '1bwn, has a good set of offioials, jii the Tribune wishes them a successful admiristration. Fol--InwinB is the votes cast: If't . ''For Mayor: . 1?! 17 trollnv 1fl7 aW,. J. Cagle 79 Etor Marshal.: Sit J. Wells 00 B. Kollman -62 ., L. Belk , 34 'ITorOity Attorney: Stanton Allen: j... , J. "V. Morris Foe Aldermen : .A. A Gunn-.'. 3 T. Dillard ,.-...-. S E, Whiilow Ed iRowntr ee - ..... Ai Beokman ., 3?or City Treasurer: C.C....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 6 April 1906

.' . VI .:. t' .(- .f r v IS-' w It t :tt V I to:' ..i""' &v &&'' S w ly, if 0OCXOOOOCOOXXXX)CXXCKOOOOO(KX)COOCXXX2OOOOOOOCXC)OOOOQO We Do Proper Hj IBEM IMYc?!HbH OUR FUNERAL CAR, LOWERING DEVICE AND TRUCKS WILL COMPARE IN ELEGANCE WITH ANY EQUIPMENT FOUND IN EVEN DALLAS OR HOUSTON. THIS IS FOR THE FREE USE OF OUR CUSTOMERS. 15he Beurtlett Hardware Co. VV30000CKXXX)GCXKXXSOOOOOOOQCOOOOC2C20CC30COOOCOOGOCOOQOO THE BARTLETT TRIBUNE. ESTABLISHED 1886, Entered nd-clas Matter at the Pottoffice. BartletU Texas. One Year Six Months- Three Months. .1.00 ....50 25 R. P. CATES, M. L. CATES, Editor and Proprietor. Foreman. FRIDAY, APRIL 6, 1900 Never look a toy pistol in the muzzle. Well, how did tion suit you? the city elec- JtlUAlH UU3 MUilOl VJ14I.J uutuw. to the front with a diabolical! A x. i m. Unn Wnlln?! ritrfr nnma tragedy, in which two livo3 were lost. Rev. Perry Hawkins says hold that 5100 in readiness. He is going to make an effort to cap- ture it. A steel band is stro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 6 April 1906

a v .,.-; IP?W. -'5" ?) 'SWfJ-VT- i . '""M W ' '11. W. Y,v ' ,' if "'.. '.. ' . ? is. BFtfBflSWW . . - " ,i i ,ii. m it lv V m.-. . ?A COUNTY ITEMS. The Belton compress run this season. will be A military company ha boon organized at Thorndale... J.yC. Hollmon has sold the ., Taylor hotel, situated on Porter strict, to Daye Lewis. Consid- eration $4,000. Texan. Howard Bland has purchased the J. W. Parkqr farm of 204 acres south of town, paying S10-, 160 for it. Taylor Democrat. A new gin company is being organized for Thorndale. It is intended to capitalize' the new company for 812,000. Negotia- tions are being made for the land on whioh to ereotthe plant. Col W, D. Lewis of Corn Hill passed through town last Mon- day on his way home from Llano county where ho addressed the Farmer's Union at Bluffton. He reports a big meeting and much interest. Georgetown Commer- cial. The ca6o. of Sterling Alcorn of Granger, convicted for violating the ago of' consent law, has been royersod and rem...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 6 April 1906

raw r T V V .'fl'H V W&S a 7lPV J 'fi ,HW ',? a n 4l 1 . a & fr k ' ff- ". SF w :r- . & (i , '"V i? 1HE BARTLETT TRIBUNE. ESTABLISHED 1880, Sntoftcl v. ndolaa Matter at the Poslofflce. Bartlett. Toxa. One Year Six Months Three Months. -1.00 ....50 -...25 fc fc CATES, -AL L. CATES, Editor and Proprietor. Foreman. FRIDAY, APRIL 0, 1006 Yes, give Burnot oounty tho Notorial representative this time. Tun Tribune thinks a primary a fair and just in politics. blanket method Are you doing anything for tho poor and distressed of your town, or are you, like the major- ity of folks, just feeling sorry for them? The legislature adopted section 120 as it was said to have been agreed on at the regular session and adjourned sine die. The bill was signed. There is no fixed rule in life for the benefit of all. Samson got in trouble because he had his hair cut, and Abeolom got in trouble booause he didn't. Jt is true that tne wheel of this great universe revolves rapidly and he who is on ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 6 April 1906

Aw f '; '. .; . 1 t-Y V "j '?' ilr, , . r.., , .j" m -' ,, ., Art ' ( r . ' ir ' A' Ip " ; . ... ' ' . a v' ;., -' ' ' !: ' &' I; &: & U& ' ww ! Ik - P'V fc??,' ' v .. t 4 ' ''V. fcV RJV B .' IV L: ,J ... 1 uy . ' , e I 57, 'if , "J M,.'' " h :;. he MILflOAD,TtM,TABLc, "jOay trains .........,.,.. jffgLl tral Soutb. Night train "North'.,..- ......, ljt:28 n. m, ....-..4:28 a. m. locAl mention. Miss Mitchusson ia teaching a musio eohool at Salty. , Mayor Sheffield of Grangor was here thia week. Odcrir Hirschtnan rememberod tho Tribune tho past week. Mr3,Lano Went to Chilton yea- terday to see sick relatives. Mrs, Jarrell's condition was re- ported to be some bettor -yos'ter-day. Jim Via and Tom Deoker. of Heidenheimor were hero Satur- day,'( jDenton & Lawrence are still in the market for corn,' paying 45c this Week. John Mathis reports that he ."has U3 acres of cotton up and do- ing nioely, J, T. Payne has sold" his tele- phone exchange to Holland par- ties, v ,l D...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 6 April 1906

L.JTJ-?ji-'vt m 'j- TV 4' "WR A, $.- y a r.r; V & 1 " l" ' . ",' i I& a p. r? , h fc V- Voi' II WE PROTECT OUR II CUSTOMERS. We furnish our customers with purchase tickets containing the amount of each purchase, also an itemized statement of each purchase in order to do a correct business. You are requested to keep these Z tickets and comoare them with our monthly statement, in order that we may correct any error isuch as do I occur sometime in the best regulat- ed business houses. We hope to merit your patronage by honesty. J I PONDER a BAILEY, Grocers. i ' X Local Mention. The school will close on May 18. Mrs. L. P. Newton is on the sick list. The newest novelties in jewel- cry at Whitlow Bros. Henry Smith visited at Gates -ville this week. Lowest prices on jewelery and watches at Whitlow Bros. John Mathis visited at Heiden- lieimer Sunday. Henry Mayo of Gatesyille -was here this week. Hintz & Brune want your country produce". Mrs. W. J. Cagle was quite nick during thi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 6 April 1906

,. a". , iKW ' 'V ?m ? m- ;.," ElK'. HW,& &E ( ? m KK i 't - 45 h- J' TOM YOUNG ON THE GALLOWS. Announced That He Was at Peace With God and Was Going Straight to a Happy Home in Heaven. Tom Young of Travis County, Hanged at Georgetown Last Friday at 2 p. m. for the .Murder of Alma Recce, 15-year-old Orphan Girl, Before 8000 People. Special to the Austin Statesman. Georgetown, Texas, March 30. "I have no statomont to make. "My lost request is that we sing a song before I go and that all my jfrlcnda will meet me liu heaven. (Trust 'In Jesus Christ nna ho will save you. Xm happier now than ever before In my Ufo." These were the last words spoken by 'Tom Young; the condemned murderer of Alma Reoce, 'the. orphan girl, who "paid the death penalty for his atrocious crime yesterday afternoon at George- town at 2! 06 o'clock, with the excep- tion of a few words to District At--tornoy Warren Moore and severaV other of hid acquaintances, who shook hands with him on the scaffold -Just a...

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