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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 6 April 1906

A'. ;1 im fws mWm ;m WH f " V S r.!.', i ', ' i ' 1 v ' J v-y S ' ' ' I f ' 1" .f J . 4 ' V ( ( ) r hmmmmmmmmiimMmmmm iir. m II h if ' J(f you wurat to I wskmt to sell your land or find bocrgodns in feurrrs and city property, see 3LAWSON & DAUQHERTYj, BARckET?ML bank Local Items. ? Trades Day tomorrow. Bring io jour stock, Geo. P. OwenB ia suffering 5 from a bad caso of aorp oyea. j l FOR SALjE .Good farm mule. Apply to J. D. Slawson. ' W. H. Walton , waB in Round ftock this week on bueineaa. 'Big German inflict seed at $ I per bushel at Ponder & Bailey's. , Tomorrow iB Trade8 Day and a good crowd ia expeotod hore. Cane seed, all varieties, at $ I per bushel at Ponder & Bailey's. Kev. W. C. Tenny is attending "Presbytery at Gateaville. FOR SALE, German millet setdatgi.oo per bushel at my ranery. F, F. Goode. Mr. Jacobs of Kanqaa Oity we a here today organizing an aooi- doutinauranco olub. 'Battleship" overalls, Union made, and wear like vl ship's keel, At New York Store....

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

A"-'1- s 1 "- J . ...'?jl T 71 ' , Mtt A IDTI RTT s- . TRIBUNE CI IDDI PMPfM" A. . v.- ' , f f m 1 Tr . "mh -H r , , ; hw mhmm wi - i 4Mu w i " , itm n,fc ' .' '''! V' 3 .'.' " $ '"'V 'v..V-'"1v'V ArTIETT, TEXAS, A3PfelL 6,90' V '::. A- ." .A-' ' Aaiii'rfdiaB, Weni'bry.r ; A'" Peril's Island Torture 'Ati'; Rheuiiiitisni Makes.Ufc i'iseralili ' ' ,;7iSaqadiarvlxa April .A Jsnp wQrse thgti the terribly case;. A happy Hbme is the .most vil-'5& . eal- etectlMfr Was held -here "P'tb $? TO..5. ?' ' 'iWabft possessibh h iV wiMi ' ? ,;:'' .."y a ...... . ' - a- men jl was advised .to . appiy.. v riWi, . tu &;;.4:W. ' VlWu'rttey ,to '(igsi'de- the open sa-, fiS" JX c&fo and le4 .marikin'. FlJW- A i JjJU 1 kU; 1!ntn!,.fnot enjoy Its comforts u;A; - vv'" .: !"", "-, ""."T.,iuan.d uua: pcijiiauuni.iv ww, c,iWino txri h ,r VitifitTia'fifim .' X,toe,e,n drytvvo yeatf&kn,d this ques-. me, vvrites 'LvSV'Napk1er,f6fRUgies, "tianwas called by the a:iti-prp.T y- ti6als all wounds, Durn...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 13 April 1906

tjip f 4--t ' a , xlbunt: m &. F. OATES, Editor and PnopitiETon. BARTLETT, TEXAS, APRIL 13, 1906. $1.00 Per Year. VOL XX. NO. 49. ' ft'j ffii:r, -ntn 8h iV mrv ft- 1.' it "Trades aavd . Sales Day. "Last Satnrday was the second Trdea and Sales day experienced itt Bartlett, it being the firat Sat- urday. The day, as a whole, mm a Buooess from every stand- point, and all the business men -express themselyos as highly pleased with the results vt the day- Following are the prizes .awarded: 1. For the best' all roun 1 span of work mules : Prizo, pair S6 Spooner horse collars, by Wilson hardware Co. Albert Clark. 2. For the best span farm .horses: Pair S3.5Q shoes, by ICeopke & Brown Henry Davis. 3. For the best single driver: Eagle fine shirt, by Walton Dry Goods Co. Will Duncan. 4. For the best all purpose horse: Stetson hat, by Mistrot 'JBros. & Co. Tom Talbot. 5J For the best all purpose 2 ;year old coil . One pair S5 pants, by Leslie & Lindsey Jno. So ott. C. For the b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 13 April 1906

, "' v k .-. t fu u W tt a! " ogqoooqqcoqoooooqoooogocco 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 USE OF OUR CUSTOMERS. E6e Baurtlett Hardware Co. GQQOX200XXXXXX3QQOOQaOOCQOOOQQOGQQCQQOQQQQQQOOQQOQQ THE BARTLETT TRIBUNE. ESTABLISHED 1886. Cetera d nd-claai Matter at tho Postoffico, Bartlott. Texas. Otva Year 1.00 Sis Months - 50 T&ree Months ....25 R. E. CATES, Editor and Proprietor. U. L. -CATES. Foreman. FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 1906 Babtlett is the best town in Texas, size considered. If there is abetter one, it has noyer been put on the map. The trade territory of Bartlett 3b rapidly ' increasing. During tho past week farmers in the neighborhood of Thorndale were bora trading. Bartlett merchants have Jkrgeetocks of first-class mer- chandise and they are preparing togo after the trade with unus- ually low prices this spring. Ton't forget the 6chool tax proposition whioh ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 13 April 1906

y!y$!SFVi$jp i sr ' i ' jrc f. ' t- u wro, 'jw"jm'ai .- vv --v.. -rr- -i Rtf t m- pft- E ttf i ftsx "- :--. y ia sfe R.- fcfp . VI a' in1 r. , ','j COUNTY ITEMS. There aro fifty-six practicing physicians in Williamson oounty. An oloctrio road will bo built from Taylor to Giddinga in the near future. v ' Forty-two carloads of corn , have been shipped out of Weir 1 'this season. , , Taylor, Tex., April 7' D. D, Lawson, aged 72 years, died this morning afc the residence of W. J?. Elder and the remains were buried in tho city cemetery this afternoon at 5 o'clopk. Granger, Tex., April 8 Tho roller abating oraze has struck Granger and a rink, whioh is be- ing we'll patronized, has just oponed up in tho Mark Jones building, formerly oooupiod by tne J". A. Rogers saloon. H. Konfro of near Milano sold to Fred Fouler of Gause, Mon- day about GOO head of stock oat- tle, receiving on an average of $10 per head. Mr. Renfro is dis- posing of all his property and Will leave for tho plainB to resid...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 13 April 1906

'' V X ' vsHvsMraGnE&rAK , riaji..x, ll' 1, a ; '".hi R Evt El If- ; i: w ra THE BARTLETT TRIBUNE. " ESTABLISHED 188G. n to red ., ndclais Matter at th Poitoffic, Bartlett. Texas. One, Year Six Months Three Month s- .-1.00 60 26 H, F.CATES, Editor and Proprietor. M. L. CATES, Foreman. FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 1900 Ab a result of the revival meet- ings which have been in prog- ress in "Waco the past two weeks there are 838 conversions. Granger has a splendid opera houao and will soon havo a mag- nificent school building,'4both of "Whioh are valuablo adjuncts to any town. Bartlett needs both. The Tribune hopeB the pro- posed interurban road from Tay- lor to Giddings will be a better paying investment for the Btock holders than the Bartlett-Corn Hill-Davilla line. This seotion was visited by a heavy rain storm last night, al- though in town it was not so heavy as north and east of hero some two or three miles. Consid- erable hail fell botween here and Holland, but not enough to do any ser...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 13 April 1906

i ) rt .. . BURTiift TEXAS rt Will Open in the Next Few Days. H ' ". t . .r, j. Li feH - t. $yn ?' K 8 Kil" i : : vi- ET " I'V' '-' i".vV ' . ll'fr1 . rfc-rf ".'. V . 8r:- A : v " fivT. j t ' K ' ' . a?i - uB ' ' Wi'" if.'1- m '::' &.- '"' 1 ' ' ,Tfh ,'11,' ' f FV.'?' "v.. .. IB. .' n-fli A Oiie Hce Cash Stof e, with a complete line of high grade de--J peiidable merchandise consisting of Dry Godds, Clothing, Boots, hbes, Ladies and Gents ready to wear ajiperal. We are now awaiting tlie arrival of our immense stock of spring and stirtimer Dress Goods which Will arrive in the next few days, arid our dbbfS will open with a scene of Bargain, Brilliance and splendor, never before equaled in the history of ,d '' We cordially invite every man, woman and child to attend our . 'opening and inspect our vast'- collection' of Spring and -Summer wearing apparel and get prices "" ', ' . ,, .."'!" '.!,' ,' ,- Watch For Our' Big Circular Annouridng;';OVeriiri; Days I , W&ar here to stay and...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 13 April 1906

rJfrtwri-F: ,'t " '. ' r?s fms-j v W. i ,wr f ( ,.7; - i i jJI."" h . ' ! " "' n.-i i.is.wt - . if '! 1 t "? 9 . v t ' X V ( f. r.'.m ! . DESTRUCTIVE CYCLONE Sweeps Over the Country, Leav ing Death in its Path. frairle Dell Neighborhood, Rogers and Brig'gs' Were Visited Yesterday By a Destructive Windstorm Lives Lost; Houses WrecKed, Crops Ruined. Tho Tribune roooived word just beforo going to preaB, that a scopo of country between hero ani Prairie Dell was visited yes- terday afternoon by a cyclone, but the entire amount of damage done could not be learned beforo the paper was printed. The residence of A. L. Shotwell was totally demolished, all his house- hold goods being destroyed; his barn and outhouses wora also swept away. There were nine persons in the house at tho time it was struck, but no one was hurt. George Riohardson'a residence, on tho walker farm, was blown off its foundation. A house on the Pace farm was blown down. No doubt other building were wreoked. It is stated t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 13 April 1906

n' l rui w- ,? iv e r u - f I HAIUtQAB TIME TABLE. y trains ......, Night twin South i!Kht train North . ,2:16 11:28 ft. m. ....4:28 a. m. LOCAL MENTION. Dr. Ollverjof Holland wa6 hero "Wednesday. Mrs. M, A. Goodo visited in "Waco this week, F M Evans of Granger was a Visitor hero this week. J W Jackson was in Temple tnis week on business. rMra. J W Hightowor was a Temple visitor yesterday. Dr. W P Ferguson is in Dal- las this week on business. H E Daugherty made a busi- ness' trip to Temple this week. "W. E. Miller, the liveryman of Granger, was ..here yesterday. Two cars of Joe Moon and John Deere buggies at Wilson Hardware Co. Elder Jacob Isaacs of San Gabriel, was hero yesterday on business. Mrs., Ed Kollman Jand children returned from a visit to relative,' at Temple. Much complaint is hoard about the English sparrows destroying garden truck. ' Two cars of Joe Moon and John Deere buggies at Wilson Hardware Co. For the want of material the "building boom in Bartlett is al- most a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 13 April 1906

'. ' 1 ,fi mPl'sw-'if' 5' S B1- iv, fl;i WfC 1. ft IS tt m it v M ii 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 t tickets and compare them with our I monthly statement, in order that we may correct any error such as do I occur sometime in the best regulat- ed business houses. We hope to I merit your patronage by honesty, f I PONDER a BAILEY, Grocers. 3O00 Local Mention. W. A. Jackson of Granger was here Monday. . Grady Webster of Miles is here on a viBit. Aug. Saage and wife were here Tuesday trading. E. Cassens of Walburg was here Tuesday trading. FOR SALE Good farm mule. Apply to J. D. Slawson. J. M. Lamb of Granger was in town Monday. Cane seed, all varieties, at jS I per bushel at Ponder & Bailey's. Henry Doerhingof Walburg "was in town Monday trading. Big German mfllet seed at $i per bushel at...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 13 April 1906

.w,- 'T?;'' wwvi-r J S h ' " ' U ,' T v, v SB? 'JIWV 5 n.v hi. j c h' rlfc C k h v ' NO. 5422. ' REPORT OP THE CONDITION OF THE First National Bank At Bartlott, in the Stato of Texas, at tho oloao of busi- ness, April 0, 1900. ' RESOURCES. Xaans and discounts 8163,007.53 Ovordcafts, sooured and unse- cured $1,400.13 IT. 8. Bonds to secure Circulation 10,000.00 Premiums on u. s. Bonds 370.50 Banking house, furni- ture and fixtures.-. 10,300.13 Duo from National Banka (not reserve agonts) 3,384.43 Duo from State Banks.. . v and Bankers 11,089.42 Duo from approved re- serve agents 25,020.95 Checks and other dash items..- ' 728.52 Notes of other National Banks - 600.00 fractional paper cur- rency, nickels, and cents 185.20 .Lawful money reserve in Bank, viz : "Specie $8,121.35 Legal-tender notes 8,030.00 10,151.35 Redemption fund with U,. .8. Treasury (5 per c't, of circulation) 500.00 Total 232,890.16 LIABILITIES. Capital stocK paid in.. 335,000.00 Surplus fund .'. 7,000.00 Undivided p...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 13 April 1906

fev r V S n (fc, IT Hi. ' i 0 &.' K. I. , ?'. fl EXTRA SPECIAL. 18x38 inch high grado bleaohecLDamask tow- els, 4-in colorod border, worth 35o pair special eaoh .. 10c Bartlett MLstrot Texas EXTRA SPECIAL I 10 yarda vory best high grado Calico, beBt etandard brrinda, worth 6 cents yard Speoial 10 yards 5......... - .. , 43c 1 As a matter of self preservation we must make lowest prices, Every article in our house is marked in plain figures, hence we do not have two orrnore prices to fall back on if we fail to sell at the first price, so you see for us to ask more for an article than it is worth would be business suicide. A ten year old child can buy as cheaply from us as the shrewdest shopper in Bell or WiHianson county. You can pin your faith to the Mis- trot Method as a sound business proposition. You insure against loss when you buy from us. "Your Money's Worth or Your Money Back" is our business motto. We are the losers if our goods do not sustain our claim. We-want you to vi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 20 April 1906

Wf-'"MF-fJ r-r -.)-' - . o; n mf.. '.(.: ,j"y '" -'A. ' t .'Il jT ;v it)! rtbnttc: -V" i W"'V J'J''J'i' R. F. OATES, Editor and Propkietob. BARTLETT, TEXAS, APRIL 20, '1906. $1.00 Per Yeak. VOL. XX. NO. 50. u i U ,'S r '1 r m ' I B "San Francisco EartKquaKe. Eariy Wednesday morniag San Francisco, Cal. was visited by an earthquake whioh wrecked thousands of the buildings in the main business portion of the ait y causing the destruction of prop, erfcy estimated at from 8100,000, 00 to $300,000,000 and the loss of thousandss of lives. Late dis- patches, state that fierce fires wore 'raging throughout tho oity, and that all water supply was cut off on -account of burstod pipes. Moro definite news could not be had on account of the tel- egraph wires being destroyod, but the situation as. learned so far, is certainly appalling, and ho equal of such a disaster has soldqm b'g n known. Dispaiohes it&to that the sight of the thous- snds of Ihe poor who have been rendered homeless by the c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 20 April 1906

mbvp stw!!WSKpw'j ia . ... SKBti . U'-jMRW' WKi WfflW '" vr. F jWV; ;. V"J i, K m n fe i, i i ma- ts OCKXXOOOOCX)00000000000000KCXXXXXOOOOOCK300COOOOOOCIO Vfe Do Proper dh j ? - ' , 8 OUR FUNERAL CAR, LOWERING DEVICE AND TRUCKS WILL COMPARE IN ELEGANCE WITH ANY EQUIPMENT FOUNDIN EVEN, DALLAS OR HOUSTON. THIS IS FOR THE FREE USE OF OUR CUSTOMERS. 75he BLrtlett Hardweure Co. OOOOOOCXXXXXXXXXXOOCOOCQOCOOOCOOOOOOOCGOCOCCOOOCCO THE BARTLETT TRIBUNE. E3TABLI8HED 1886. SEntored - nd-class Matter at the Pontoffice. Bartlett. Texas. ne Year Six Months .. 3hree Months... -1.00 ....50 25 3L F. CATES, Editor and Proprietor. m. L. CATES, Foreman. FRIDAY, APRIL 20. 1908 Get ready for Sales and Trades Day May 5. Doring the hail storm at Rog- ers last Friday a brakeman who was wiiting near town to flag a irain -was beuten into insensi- ftuh'ty by the hwil stones. - Tue .Tribune is reliably in- Armed that Elder B, B. Sanders of Austin, will conduct a revival meetihg'atthe Christian church Sere in th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 20 April 1906

rrwit ury '7). ? ,v i"1 .a . K ir P' COUNTY ITEMS. 34 saloons and 21 boor joints lis lihe reoord eo far of licenses is ued in Bell county. District Attorney John CI. Rob- Jinyon has returned from Lampas- as, whero he procured sbc felony , -convictions, and he thinks none -of them will appoal. A fine reo- ord fQr our attorney. Bolton "jDemoerat. , I The coimi8sioners' ooutit of i , Bell county has ordered looai op-: Hion elections for the school die- i 'tteicts of Cyclone and Ooanaville. ' In i the former 'the request wam madei by the rintis, and for the: flatter by the pros. Both were dry before the county election. Sheriff D. C. Burkes returned from Shawnee, Okla., last Frt- day, bringing with Kim Geo. ! JPate, who was oaptured in the Territory. JPate is one of thef nrisionera who broke jail in Bol- ton in iOctober, 1904. Ho is "wanted hero on charges of chick-, en theft, Belton Journal. Cameron, Tex., April 15, There have been .seven additions toy profession and five by letter ito...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 20 April 1906

. .J !:, its if I?' a f THE BAKTLETT TRIBUNE. Established i880. Knrd . ...nd'Olata Matter at tha Poatoffic. Bartlatt Taxaa. One Year- 1.00 Six Months ..50 Three Months .25 R. F. CATES, Editor and Proprietor. M. L. CATES, Foreman. ? FRIDAY, APRIL U0, 1000 The awful earthquake at San Francisco is a reminder to us all that some day, no doubt, the world, as wo know it, will exist for us no more. Men may phil- osophize, and the world will grow in knowledge, but these awful mysteries of nature can never bo solved. We can only move along tn this old world, do our duty as beBt we kaow how, to God and man, and leave all the rest to Him who rule's the universe. These calamities must happen, and isero is no moans of avoid- ing fthem. It simply demon- etratss to us the uncertainties of life, and how unoertain is the foundation upon which we all Mand and hayo our being. It is impossible now to estimate the Jops of lives and property caused by the calamity.' Many are homeless and have no place to...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 20 April 1906

WmKixwZ&mn PWPSW Ti:ZJ2.jr5r-'fffia j.-n- -r,,. -v, jr i ,j- F t iwnsffiar.vfMiKatww ft " .. IV Sf iniliiiafaf ft Wajchihg 'WbWtjIV-MMWteMO A Confused Thanksgiving Tho week before Thanksgiving Mr. "and Mrs. Bennett were obliged to lenvo home suddenly on business. The ., last tntng Mrs. Bennett said to Janet was: "Inylto some girls to tako dinner with you on Thanksgiving day. Any mother will spare her daughter .under the circumstances." And poor Janet, 'under her heartache, took comfort. Now In Janet's fieart there was a , wrong rankling. Her best friend had accepted an Invitation somo time bo-forer-an Invitation that had not been- 'extended to her.! Janet had hoped, Ther friend would decline because of loyalty to her, but no, sho had gone , to thq party, had a good time and Janet resented It. "I "will leave Helen out," thought' Janot with a hardening of her heart, "and I'll Invite some fashionable girls", Just to show her that I can form a circle outside our own. It may teach he...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 20 April 1906

",&T7TT iSS.- ! ' i feN f ;. lEBARTLETTTUlBUP B. P. CATES, PuaUsHen. lARftKTT, TEXAS unnaBHi' Solitude id a place whore they nevoi Mf ertlB, Philadelphia Saturday .'The women contlnuo to wear their Hair to .suit themselves, rather than Carnegie, Xt "Mrs, Warren's Profession" la too tough; for Now York, It must ho al- Pmlfehty" tough. . ' A8 a small concession to common dense "William Waldorf Astor does not vear a monocle. Sir Frederick Troves saya slcltness Is & ulesslng. Perhaps he Intends to iTnarry the nurse. Usually when a man reaches the turn In tho lano he finds that It turns I in tho wrong direction. Tho duko business In Russia isn't lllc'ely to be as profitable In tho future as it has been In the past. That Denver man who has never been kissed Is going to disappoint florae woman badly ono of these days. The mystery of Edwin Drood has 'been .solved, but wo are still searching frjjr, the man who struck Billy Patter-eon. - Sluyvesattt Fish has paid ono of his life's bil...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 20 April 1906

v? &r;w 'Iflff ",r-,.: '.- ir' . ' - 'v .w v '''r'-w'". ' " ; 3 Wj FW; 17 ., If.''- v KV s M F5-' iff- If O v if & L if' RAILROAD TIM TABLE, Day ttwiee . .... ... ..2!l6 Night twin South, jrinht.trin North.-'j.... ... 11)28 a. m. ........4:28 a. m. LOCAL MENTION. Tom Smart ie clerking for A. F. Sartec, "J, P. MoKay remombored thb Tribune this weok. J. V. Morris Esq. visited in Temple this weel. Misa Viola Laugtolinde -visiting relatives at Crush. V. Q. Bridges was there this week from Waco. ' P. P. Roberts, of near Corn Hill, was hero this week. T. J. Baker, of routo -2, is a new reader of the Triburio. MissCooley goes to Waco to day to haye her eyes treated. Edgar Wade of near Granger is among our new subscribers, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Hill of Granger were here last Satur- day. Two pars of Joe Moon and John Deere buggies at Wilson -Hardware Co. Mrs. Voss and Miss Vobs of San Maroos yisited the family o' G. A. JeBse this week. Two cars of Joe Moon and John Deere buggies at Wils...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 20 April 1906

?"H . f 1 t f a " ? fV ' if.- r fe ?' ! B i r ? ' t v. t 4. 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. V-.ii ara ronnoptpH tn kflAD these c tickets and compare them with our monthly statement, in order that we may correct any error such as do J occur sometime in the best regulat- fid business houses. We hope to 1 I I merit your patronage by honesty. f X PONDER $ BAILEY, Grocers. X, (wmHi Local Mention- Mose Cox of Killeen was here Sunday. "Work on the oil mill ia 'prog- ressing niooly. Harver Messer was on the sick list this week. l . . Chas. C. Bailey visited Dallas this week on business. "Will Truehardt and family vis- ited at Beyersville Sunday. Mr. Gcetzof Coupland was a Bartlett visitor Saturday. Henry Davis was a 'county court juror at Belton this week. Miss Velma Bailey is here this 'week from Georgetown on a visit. D. P. Quise...

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