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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 8 June 1906

W'&iPl&fftlftr-Wf" V JgSffl ?! , v?F i " h-n t f T XS VftJ WT.m 'V per: THE BARTLETT TRIBUNE. ESTABLISHED 1886. Entered - , nd-olat Matter at tht Poitoffiee. Bartlett. Texat. One Year 1-00 Six Months- 50 Three Months - 25 R, P. CATES, -M. L. CATES, Editor and Proprietor. Foreman. FRIDAY, JUNE 8, 1000 The Tribune is highly pleased with the patronage the Bartlett merchants are giving it. IP the Tribune has not more subscribers in the Bartlett trade torritory than any other paper published in said territory, it will immediately retire from business. This promises to be the banner grain crop year of the Panhan- dle, especially in the Wichita country. It is estimated that wheat will yield from 20 to 40 bushels and oats 40 to 60 bushels. There are some people in this town who will not take the Trib- une beoause of some foolinh whim, but they will worry their friends to death borrowing the paper oach week. Don't do it. We Know who you are. Cost of Warehouse. Qrnndvlow Trlbuno Presi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 8 June 1906

npyrjm 'Wjsrv 'i,!- ' rt v us Vu f IV $. p A n. r r&r W 1.3 y P. i i-i i. rs f a COUNTY ITEMS. Tho Bchool population of Cam- eron will roaoh OOP, making our population 4,500 Hocald. Dr. T, H. Lauok of Laandor . ...... waa painfully hurt in a runaway noar Round Rock laafc Friday. Thoro will bo a Confederate Vototan'e pionio on the 30th inBt. at Liberty Hill. A program has been arraigned. News has readied Taylor that Richard Cates, who was kicked bo a horse at Richland everal days ago, hws died from the in- juries sustained. Taylor, Tex., June 2. Howard Bjand of this city on yeBtorday sold and shipped to the Slayden- Kirksoy Woolen Mill company of Waco three cars of wool of thie year's clip. Tho rural carriers of mail out from Taylor hayo petitioned the postofflce authorities in Washing- ton, D. C, for permission to make their tdaily trips on bi- oycles instead of horse carts. Rev. Freeland, a noted Holli- noas preaoher and evangelist will begin a big tent meeting at this place be...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 8 June 1906

fwmp li'ffl !J-7.J1 w. IT'!,. i 4 w& w E, 1 ' ,V . K & " Pr i hub iWH ii nil ! '!' THE BARTLETT TRIBUNE ESTABLISHED 1886. Entered . nd-elats Matter at tho Pottoffico. Bartlotb Toxa. Ono Yoar 1.00 Six Months 5Q Three Months-. 25 R, P. CATES, - Editor and Proprietor. M. L. CATES, Foreman. FRIDAY, JUNE 8, 1900 Tho Domororat State convent- ion of Missouri this week nomin ated William Jonnings Bryan for tho Presidency for 1008. A coMPROMisfc of 840,000, S10,- 000 for Distriot Attorney Moore and 830,000 for the state, was refused by Attorney Warren Moore, the state's attorney, in the cases of the state against the Missouri, Kansas and Texas railroad and Texas railroad and tho Amorioan Express company and others' which involves about forty other defendants. ' The Pandanle Herald says: A few days ago a rather bashful young woman went into a store earring threo chickens. She in- qnired tho price of chickens and at same .iime put them on tho countor. The clerk didn't know tho chickens...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 8 June 1906

OWW fr f' sssf t, f 'U .V &- oV ,' STOSfflr ft, c p ' l; RAILROAD TIME TABLE. Day train , 2ilG Night tratn South. . 11:28 a. m. itflRiit train North ..... ...., .. 4!28 a. m. LOCAL MENTION. Meet tne at the Nickel Store. J. A. Reid wont to Elgin Wednesday. June corn, cane seed and millet see at Lawrence & Son's. Mr. J. J. Gilbert is on the sick list this week. Neat's foot harness oil at the Nickel Store, O. P. Ward of near Granger wda In Bartlett Monday. Sec that fine line candy at .Sartor's. R. N. Crow of Holland was in Bartlett Monday. See that fine line of candy at Sartor's Ed and Tarply Bolding went to Taylor yesterday. See that fine line of candy at Sartor's. Miss Myrtle Adams of Althea went to Granger yesterday. Carload of Bain Wagons just arrived at Ed Rownttce's. Mrs. Ben Goss and children loft yesterday f6r Troy to visit. New lines of matting ?ust re- cieved at Wilson Hardware Co. Cha8.Malccheok visitedjin Aue- tin county thia week. Sse them Gasoline Ranges at Wilson...

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

S V -.'. f L f - o M ft' & l!. "1 &V Local Mention. W. D. Lewis of Corn Hill was horo Tuosday. Fresh beer always on tay at Al- brechts. L. D, Prowitt went to Temple Tuesday. . l'rofh beer always on tap at Al- brechts. v F. Crone visited homo folks at Austin Friday. Sator is the man who can sell you the up to-day cold drinks. C. L. Stephens went' to Tem- ple Tuesday, Miss Ella Bolding was in town Friday shopping. Tom Denson of Donsonyilo was hero Friday. Allen Welch of Prairie Dell was here Saturday. Mr. Buchanan of Corn Hill was here Friday. C. L. Stephens visited home folks at Temple Friday, H. P. Robinson of Temple was a Bartlett visitor Friday. " Hugh Shoepf made a business trip to Temple Saturday. Mrs. Yett of Marble Falls is ' visiting Dr. and Mrs. Sharp. , Jim Thompson of Davilla was a Rartlett visitor last Thursday. Will Douthit; of Holland was a Bartlett visitor last Thursday. Wm. Baldridge and wife have rooms in the Mrs. Moss residence. Sheriff Sampson Connoll of Ge...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 8 June 1906

.,? JW'f 1 T'' JW tf:w V ' V'5mW'!lWlf,Tif,'!' " ' nvsTYf'W.'TiV?P,T? bc i vb,hs .gmHaHaffiHisaHNHMUKTOBNWHmmwvCT? , ' ' h , " ' ' ' o ' " ii K IM t lifer. ?c. ' . Bf Oj i&J t.n r ' ft 5' M i i (XX9000CKXXXXXCXXXOOOCMMXOOQOCKOOOOOOOCXCXOCXXX)00000 We Do 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 FREE USE OF OUR CUSTOMERS. &?e Baurtlett Hardware Co. "0000000080000000000000000 C0CO200C0O0CC00CCCQ00O00Q0 Officers shot Mexicans. Taylor Texas, June 3. At 7:30 o'clock tonight as City Marshall Louis Lowe' was attempted to dis- arm two drunken Mexicads who had been arrested by Officer Ray- burn thny sttacked Mr. Lowe, one withja knife and the other with a club. Mr- Lowe shot and ser- iously wounded both of them after having deen cut on the arm. The Mexicans were drvnk and Mr Lowe acted in self defense in the matter, Deadly Serpent Bites, .are as common in India "as are ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 8 June 1906

wmwn ww. ."ia "3 l ' ' v ' .- sr.17-?977' ffirgrawTiwT' J ' "WW 'l ibbmbmi Prewitt Bro 7 f1',1' &W$PW- jmu'jmaBari mmm wmmmmmmmmmtm Stf " J "A Worth $10 now $4.98 ' Special Barg'ains in Embroidery, Laces, Allover Laces, Ladies Belts, NecKwear and SKirts. Wn-want to clean up all the above ar- ticles, and in order to do so, we have resorted to the deepest unhealing Cut Prices. "An elaborate display of ready-to-wear gar- ments. 7 days. We do exactly what we advertise. Let Nothing Keep You Away. Prewitt Bros. RBBWMMWiWHMBgaaiMaMMMgMMiWMBi3BWilft-tiBMMaWMMBgi iiimiiiII I WWWW , T?r"""'- "" " " l'iww-ihhlhwi wtw-j'AvwwfrrewregtrrfrrgT Here to Stey We are in the busi- ness to stay. We want your grain. Our deal- ings are square and highest market price will be paid. See us before selling your grain. Duncan & Mes- ser. Local Items. Rev. and Mrs. J. G. Mueller at- tended Commecement of South- western University and report , that school to be, in their opinion the best in our state. Th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 15 June 1906

riwtie: B. P. OAT-ES, Editor and Propbietor. BARTLETT, TEXAS, JUNE 16, 1906. $1.00 Per Year; VOL. XXI. NO. 8, 3he 'Odrtiett ., ft '- ft b . Densonville Dots. TO THE TRIBUNE. Powell Tidwoll of Akovillo vis- ited in oUr community Sunday. Mr. and Mrs, .Torn FaulKon- berry of Parmole Ranoh visited at Mr. and Mrs. Presley Hutch- ns last Sunday. Ed Soott was homo a few days ago from Waco. Ho returned Monday to attend the normal. Messrs. John Scott, Charlie Partlow and Dallas Pinckard wero Bartlott visitors. Monday. Several from here attended the party at Miss Bertha Tid--well's at Akeville laBt Friday night. Dug KoKenzie of Bartlett vis- ited in our community Sunday. Miss Lynn Rude of Coleman visited Mrs. J, W. Rudasill one evening last week. Mr. Gus Jesse and family of Bartlett visited Mr. and Mrs. .M. Gross Sunday. Cecil Nelson and Miss Mamie Fowler of Granger wore driving through our community last Sun- day evening. Last Monday morning, while Mr. Jphn Scott was coming home from Granger...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 15 June 1906

wmmmwkm W?wS 'KJUW1 T .21 HIU,. .- ' .J'W.SWlit'M .4,j1 VI', ''' . 1 ".I ty ' u ' ! ' ft t "'JJ j JTC .-M u j w i K. fe su ft 8? t i H 0? il THE BARTLETT TRIBUNE. ESTABLISHED 1880, Entered nd-ela Mattor at thi Postoffice, Bartlett. Toxa. One Year 1.00 Six Months 50 Three Months 25 J - R. F. CATES, Editor and Proprietor. M. L. CATES, - Foreman. FRIDAY, JUNE 15, L000 Oh, consistency, jewel 1 thou art a There should be no "actions" in Bartlott, or any other small town. Let us live a9 one large family. At a recent meeting of the city council the Bartlett New"o was awarded the city printing at the rate of one-fifth of a cent per line. The man who does you a kind- ness only when he thinks cr feels that ho will got in return full pay for what he does, is not your friend. It takes more than that to be a friend. The Trtbune believes in stand- ing up for principles rather I than men, and shall adhere to the rule aa olose as possible. Let .'princi- ples, not candidates, be con- demned. It is t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 15 June 1906

fDraf v If- y -v i. . .A v IV J H' Rfhf S.V COUNTY ITEMS. In a difficulty at the Oriontnl skating rirtlc flt Taylor Saturday night, Jamos Brown, colored, waa Bet upon by two men of his race and dangerously' out about the nook and head. A dozen or more stitches wore taken by the Tho Balary of the postmaster at Killeen has boon raised by tho poatoffioo department from S1200 tr. siinn t r, tt i u j i t attending physiolan J. S. Holman purchased last) b l J week from from Mr. Euhlonfield 100 acres of farm land for whioh he paid S85 per acre. Hutto Enterprise. Dry weather still continnes. Rain is badly needed for corn and if rain does not fall within the next few days tho corn crop will be materially efiooted. Hut- to Enterprise, There will be a Christian meet- ing at Sunshine, fiyo miles oast of Holland, beginning Saturday night before the third Sunday in June, by J. B. Jones of Brown- wood. The infant daughter of Editor and Mrs. John Dunn of Holland died Monday afternoon, and was burie...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 15 June 1906

P5f j. K H.V THE BARTLETT TRIBUNE. ESTABLISHED 1880. Kntarod nd-clasi Matter at the postoffice, Bartlett. Toxat. One Year 1.00 Si Months 60 Three MontfcB 25 P. CATES, -M. L. CATES, Editor and Proprietor. Foreman. FRIDAY, JUNE 15, 1906 Let the cotton ware houso built in Bartlett. be The man who undertakes to Build Up on the demerits, of his competitor will 'ere long fall by the wayside. "Let him that is without sin cast the first stone," is applica ble, to many, many people in this old world. How about you, my dear reader? Some things lojk mighty queer to the Tribune editor, but for the present he will continue to "saw wood" and wait for develop monte. In the annual adjustment of postmasters' salaries, the salary of the postmaster at Grander waB raised by the officials iu Wash- ington a few days ago from S1200 to S1400 per annum. A peace officer who is elected to that responsible position by a oertain clique or element will 'rarely ever do his sworn duty without fear or favor. There ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 15 June 1906

W-J ,: : S", '. f .','": i' : ' ?;:. it.' IV - - ' : rtc, i jn ' X. ": v if.iitliiliiir.l.i. ; - ..-. .. -I jTS4",iJr it THE COMFORTER .A o6fMed volrf pr'asslng on a nervo accounts (or ths sVollInf, throbbing tcho of v.w.' '.' ' Neuralgia ' ?t Jacobs Oil frees tha circulation, allays the pressure and soothes away the pain. Price, 25c. and 50o. Prove It By the Oven Fire Put the ra ,OUNCE3fM Ifisstitf ti&SSiE&a 25 ounces for 25 cents. JAQUES MFG. CO. Clilcago Rendu "llook of 1 ' Negro Physician Specialist. '' ' ' Dr. Marcus' Fltsherbort Wheatland, s, colorod physician of Newport, R. I.,, Is recognized as New England's lead- h lbgbeeialist In electro therapeutics 'r ,nd the' X-ray. In early life; ho was a , shoemaker " ; Xsylor's.CberoltceHomcdy of Sweet Gum mil SlullenlsNatUro'Sgreatremetly Cures ri ,,Oouphs; Colds, Croup and Consumption, and all tliront and lmif'troubles. At drug- gists, 25a, CUc. and 81.00 ppr bottlo. '' ' A baseball' player lta't necessarily , i Insane, bec...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 15 June 1906

, "sSSWHV'TTf "' P wfC4airL''J?'Ml1ti?!3V'" 'rnTua bi t Tif. -"via. . n Mi" (!.. .t;-lW (i . r ' '" i.fWV'ti'-WVUW .' i, " i iARTLETTTEIBUNE I. 1 CATES, Publisher. W"p. TEXAS pins Author's -ooks. krenzo Notibc, whose books ady read in Japan, is a gracl- Johns Hopkins university, (."snent several vears studv- feufopc. At present he is ctl with the government col- rat.Kyoto. Roosevelt's Classmate tyOtjjs Mi Brown of Glens Falls, Y.j wio was rccentlv nominated w justice of the supreme court by ae -Fpurvr judicial district aemo- pts", was, ti member with President ooseyelt of the Harvard class 01 Edward Honors Japanese. Tfnir tfrkvarrl VII ihas made ount Katsura, prime minister of Rpan, a member ot the urcicr ot ?5ntri. and "Baron Komura a prober of the Order of St. Mi- aej and St. George. KMayor ot Jondon. k, . . " Versatilo Tradesman. PrCsign. bodrd in Ohartrcs, Prance, rears the following inscription : ii. Knot, ucuier in uicwuuu, juiiam-i ( dcinrc unHnrtfib-inrr nnt pmhnlm- r. festi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 15 June 1906

-i .1 -.y, ! ;" u K i iV a B., tti-. I J RAILROAD TIME TA8LI-. U&y trains L 2tl5 Night train South 11:28 a. m. Night train Noith 4:28 a. in. LOCAL MENTION. Born, to Ohas, Baggett and wifo, a boy. Mr. Griffith ot Salado waa horo yesterday on business. Dr. W. S. Ferguson was a Temple visitor this week. Mr. and Mrs. .1. S. Rogers of Columbia are hero on a visit. The Tribune does not desire to be sensational in its newsroports. Jenkinos & Conner shipped a lot of cattle to market this week. Miss Hineaof Davilla returned Tuosday from a visit to Temple. Mrs. W. S. Ferguson visited Mrs Qidney at Granger this week. J, M. Roebuck of Prairie Dell - Wjis a Bartlett visitor this week. W. G. Bridges shipped a car of oattle and hogs to market this week. Deputy Sheriff Dan Crow of Belton was here yesterday on business. ' Mr. and Mrs. I. B. Taylor of Salado were in town yesterday shopping. J. M, Allen and J, F. Ponder made a business trip to Corn Hill yesterday. JMr. and MrB. A. K. Welch of ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 15 June 1906

ft,-,w-v-',.r! "V OigH f;v,fl -f, rr.-iip m -n, rwc rT 'ri ' ffi a' . Vvw.l & hses We Are Pulling and Pushing FOR YOUR TRADE Wflwmwrlwr I" 1 . "i We are not satisfied with opening our doors in the morning and closing them at night and seiling to just what customers that happen to come-i-that plan might win some sweet day, but when it did we'd be just about old enough to "lay me down and die." The Mistrot price-making stunt is making things hustle some. We shall continue to hammer at you until you are landed in the Mistrot procession; so you'd just as well "drop in." Quality kept up and Prices kept down is our way of winning-rthat's all, but a few purse-tickling quotations. Clothing;. Wo have been doing business in this line with, a rush the past week or two, but there are plenty left yet, in fact, there's more than we intend there shall oe a weeK or so later so if you want clothing be "in the push" and buy it now while you can save 50 per cent. P ' I $1500 Suiis and upward - $9,...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 15 June 1906

fPFi W-?f w KH ftf 7 iw' T tt'rfP. AT ' JT-J1, tt : .-" IW iff :. f K: ST . &' ooooooocxxxxxxxxxxoooooooo We Do Proper x b 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. . W?e Botlett Hardware Co. rX)OCKXXXXXXXXXXXXXKXXXXXXXIOXOOOCKOOCOOOOOOOC)OOCXX)00 Over 25,000 Bales. To date about 24,900 bales of cqtton have been marketed in Taylor from the adjacent trade territory.. Well-informed cotton buyers estimate that a fraction over one hundred bales yet re- main in the hands of producers Thus it will be seen that Taylor's total receipt's (his season will ex- ceed the 25,000-baIe esitmate ' -.some time since. Taylor Demo- crat. Deadly Serpent Bites, are as common in -India as are stomach and liver disorders with us. For the latter however there :is a sure remedy: Electric Bitter?; the great restorative medicine, of which S. A . Brown, of Ben- netsville, S. C, says: "T...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 15 June 1906

i . .4 rMt '. ) rv.v- ( u rr ? I kl' M" w "iv i . The Good Old Along with its "birds and bees and sweet-scented breezes" brings on its mighty host of chicken mites, whole hordes of the germ-laden htcgomia, myriads of nasty gnats, fleas and nastier house flies all intent upon making life miserable to man and beast. Annihilate the pests and the good old sum- mer time becomes just so many moments snatched from Para- dise. We have in stock in such quantities as you may desire all known disinfectants and insecticides to enable you to properly combat these torments, Eurek Inscctisidc, Lee's Lice Killer, Inbonotorial Louse Killer, Crude Carbolic Acid London Purple, Parris Green, Moth Balls, Lambert's Death to Lice, for chicken mites, Kreso Dip for ticks and lice, Sticky fly paper, Poison fly paper and insect powder for house flies, Shoo fly for flies on stock, Mosquito Lotion, intact any and everything in this line. Goods guaranteed, price right. McGinnis Drug Company, Leading Druggists Lo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 22 June 1906

RMtf ''-" v Jl .' .x '" , -vi '..,'. JEt. F. GATES, Editoh and Proprietor. BARTLETT, TEXAS, iuNE 22, 1006. 1.00 Pfiu Year. VOL. XXI. NO. 9, t B I 1 . ' ", 1 1 t .v . a B . 'wartfett 8Hie: H w- N H . PECAN. The health of the community is very good at prwsent. Weare havirag Borne yory dry weather, and if it doesn't rain in a few days the corn orop will be almost a failuro. Cotton is grow ing nicely, bring about kneu culti- hih or over, and is well v&ted. Mr. W. Q. Marshall and Miss Lalor Dougherty, Mr. Richard Burroughs and Miss Rosa Pat- terson went to Three Forks Sun- day. Misses Edith and Daro Daugherty visited rolatiyes in Milam county Sunday. Mn H. E. Daugherty of Bartj ietfc visited homo folks here Sun- '' day. Prof. Lewis and Mr. Lee of tv!j 'Rnnlrflnln ara un here this week. Mr. Lee is trying to buy a placo. Mr. and Mrs. Dunham visited Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Dunoan Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Cobb of Hol- land visited relatives here Sun- day. Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Clino of Donaho...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 22 June 1906

-??f wc-w U K t? w 1 IW, 'J w ' I- ,T ' i ft" ;n l& . ,, s. w.- - ?.' ' a. " i'j i" iC I t " kww; ; ( f " .1. THE BARTLETT TRIBUNE. ESTABLISHED 1886. Entered . nd. class Matter at the Poitqffice. Bartlott. Texat. " Ono Yoar 1.00 Six Months...... - v 50 Throe Months - 25 R. F, CATES, Editor and Proprietor. M. L. CATES, - 'Foreman. FRIDAY, JUNE 22.U0OO Have you subscribed to. the warehouse fund. Angelina County went wet last Saturday. Katy trains will be operated over the I. & G. N. between Aus- tin add San A.ntonio, alter July 1. Sheriff Connell states that before the primaries he will make a statement in full in answer to the charges made against him as an official. Oklahoma and Indian Terri- tory came into the Union as one State. What Arizona and New Mexico will do in this line is yet to be known, To date the Taylor compress has turned out 60,000 bales of cotton. It is said that 25,000 is a fairly good run, and Bartlott1 could easily do that with a com-1 press. f t Despatch...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 22 June 1906

o c i ii I IT It X kH, ; it . f i P it l-'ji -jf . t-. US'. i.' iw. fr 1$"- . COUNTY ITEMS, The soarcity of corn and the possible corn failure is oauslng a number of Williamson county fanners to rush their hogs on the market, . i , Up to out hour of going to Vress, Ellington & McNeely had bought over 15,000 bushels of oats from farmers this week. . Troy Enterprise. " The farmers report that Iheir corn crop is badly, in need of rain and that if it does not rain mighty quice the crop will be a failure. Florence Vidotte. There are eighteen convicts on the county farm. Fire' white men, four Mexicans and nine no- groos. There are also seventeen paupers, three of which are ne groes. Belton News. "The grand jury haying brought in two indictments against C F. Blytho for r,ape, his oases have baen sot for Friday and Satur- day, and a special venire of 60 men has been ordered for each case. Belton News, The oat's market is growing stronger, and good- heavy oats have been selling for ,33 o...

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