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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 22 June 1906

, 7j;"p "fW'.p - u - THEBARTLETT TRIBUNE.) ESTABLISHED 1880. Ii)trtt Mp nd'olaii Matter at tha fotoffio, Bartlett Texas. ;l One Year.-. Six Months Three Months. 1.00 ....50 -....25 R, P. GATES, M. L CATES, Editor and Proprietor. . Foreman. V . i '" ny""' li- fr M.1 y wta. 1Vj. FRIDAY, JUNE 22, 1006' Three Brides, Three Grooms, Three lis, Three Honeymoons. Moptcroy News. Married at the same time, all friends before mairiago, and all from the same town, three bridal "couples taking their honey moons together, arrived here last night and registered at the Iturbide Jriotel. Two oi tne grooms are doctors. G. P. Holman, Jr., "and wife, Dr. W. B. Halley and wife, and Dr. C. H, Hamble and wile, make up the joyful party. The circumstances are unusual ; this is the first time Monterey has had the distinction of entertain- ing three bridal couples so close ly united at the same time. There is no rivalry betveen the doc- tors, all is smiling peace and love. Yesterday the little party of six spe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 22 June 1906

RAILHMO TMi TABI,. .A P 1 K, fe yt IT I' w. K fin kfT- K 2il5 11(28 ft. m. ....4:28 b. m. tolgUtmta South- iightirIh North... LOCAL MENTION- Wm. Poohman wont tJ Miles this week. E. 1). Bozeman visited Templo "Wednesday. Rev. Tenney preached at Mart last Sunday. v Mrs. JI A. Stookton is visiting in Lampasas. H. E. DaUghorty was on the sick lijt this week. The rain proposition is no joke now. It's BrioUs. ' Barton Ramsey visited Sum- mers Mill this week. H. H. Moore of Hare was this week on business. here 8. A. Futrell of Alto was here this week on business. Fred Limmor'B little sons vis- ited Granger this week. Miss Hastings is attending the summer school at Austin. Mrs. W. I. Ball visited relatives near Granger this week. t Miss Knolle returned to her home at Brenham last Friday. Miss Ella Bnlding is attending the summer school at Austin. Henry Reinhardt went to Bell- ville this week to yisit homo folks. Miss, Kate Jarrell is the guest of Mrs. J. P. Hairston this week. Miss Tilda Mi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 22 June 1906

vx '."? -jai Nvar mmft- r r 9' m: - a- 'i i 4i: ' ' ?.f" IOT ' k ? ' If to? & .. r 1. f W ." t n 1S R & IV, f' , . I The Good Old Along with it3 "birds and bets and sweet-scented breezes" brings on its mighty host of chicken mites, whole hordes of the germ-laden stcgomia, 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 Insectiside, 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, in fact any and everything in this lin...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 22 June 1906

?; ?y'',r Till i ". I'll '' ,vi'A; fr :' A' i'i K 17"' 4. tS U.t9& iv V. ' vats. . u: " '''',& f: I";-' 1 . p Ilk-' . ' OOOOOtkXKKXWOOOOOOOCKWOQOOQOOCKXKXWitoOCXiOOOOQOOOOOQO IV e Do Proper II lL.jaPBHnHBK II a pUR 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. 75he BaurtleH Hardware Co. VX3CKX2000COOOOOOCXXXX00003CX3COCKXXXXiCCXOOOOOOOOOOCOO Grand Jury Adjourned. The Bell County grand jury adjourned Saturday, after having been in session only four days. Forty indictments were returned in. all, sixteen of the number be- ing for felonies and twenty-four for misdemeanors. Included in -the former were five attempted rape cases, one being a negro, Shine Williams, who a week ago entered the home of a farmer and attempted assault upon his daugh- ter" for which offense he was im- mediately tried and sentenced to jd vears in the penitentiary. An other case was that of But...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 22 June 1906

tfHWfk' ;; !h , u tMHHMWMHMM '' I Will Have A NEW ICE. OLD PRICE Car of Buggies! and Surrles r iHere about Juy 10th, ia.nd a ip to that time I will give Special Prices i: on. adil Buggies and Surries : in order to make room for I: them REMEMBER WE SELL THE BAIN WAGON ED. ROWNTREE 1 For Justice of the Peace. Precinct No. 3, Holland. , In offering foi reelection to the office bf Justice of the Peace of frepinct No, 3, of Bell oounty doso knowing that my reoord b an officer is before the people. It is with a knowledge of the fact that I havo discharged the dutierof my office honestly and conscientiously, maintaining tin nearly as possible a rigid en- 'fbroement of those laws coming 'under the jurisdiction of the , Justice court'. . I feel that my experience haB acquainted me with the duties ' of the office to an extent that I ant qualified to render more efficient aorvice than heretofore, , j. Let me say to the voters, in- vestigate my conduct as an officer,"my standing as a citizon, a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 29 June 1906

E (CVs Vl fusr ( ra U' dlwttt: r &. F. GATES, Editor and Pkopjuetoiu BARTLETT, TEXAS, JUNE 29, 1906. L.00 Per Year. VOL. XXI. NO. 10. le Utetfktt ijlv J . " $ ii TAUMERS' UNION NOTES. T'tUR REGULAR CORRESPONDENT. t "In ihtags essential, unity; In till things, ciliaritr." ,. ' ' " ' - "Wll.llrf Farmers arc all smiles now. The generous downpour of. rain Im revived the drooping crops, od the spirits oi the farmers. And now I wish to insist that the farmers should 'come together, that is, there ought to bo a better understanding among us and 'nore co-operation. "We are not . enough of a unit. Thero is but little force in water as it comes down in drops of rain ; but when uwted in the mighty flood it weops everything before it. So It ta with us. Divided, we are of bai little force; but united, we em present a solid front, and xert & force whioh will bo felt in every avenue of our government. Now the question is up to us. What will wo do in the matter? Some of our more woalthy 'fa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 29 June 1906

$ofl ?WfwrTf VA tTc w i i-'y-agn ! t .a'fii " l&tA i .11 .,t lStrOt BrOS. & CO. Bartlett, Texas a n 4 - i. '. :' -v?. M .w ; It: Wi ! f fc. s a , l i 'i RT Men's ECLIPSE SHOES ARE BEST I a . T ECLIPSE SHOES Itttft rff ! ! ECLIPSE SHOES ECLIPSE SHOES ARE BEST THE BARTLETT TRIBUNE. ESTABLISHED 1886, Entered . nd-claas Matter at the I Postoffice, Bartlett, Texas. One Year... 1.00 Six Months-. 50 Three Month s 25 R, P. CATES, Editor and Proprietor. M. L. CATES, - Foreman. FRIDAY, JUNE 20, 1906 A strict 9:30 curfew law is now in force at Mineral Wells. All boys and girls under 16 years of age must be in their homes when the bell rings. Pure food bill passed the house with but seventeen negative yotes, seven of them Texans Gillespie, Henry, Moore, Smith, BurleBon, Russel, Sheppard. All the railroads have grunted reduced rates for the Taylor Fair and the I. & G..N. and the M. K. & T. railway companies will run speoial trains from Austin, Georgetown and Granger on July 4, th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 29 June 1906

' IV W' m V-. Iv o h- Rurity is a character? st.in. of rurr1ir all Beers, but is only one of the essentials of Quality. 4pMat wS h t8m& Baasa tew The King of Bottled Beers is not only Pure and Carefully Sterilized, but is brewed from the very choicest materials obtainable Barley-Malt from sound, thoroughly ripened grain, Hops of the finest quality and Yeast of special culture. A beer of exquisite taste and delightful ui 10 mc lesuit. Dudwclacr is bottled only nt tlio Homo Plant. Anheuser-Busch Brewing Ass'n St. Louis. L'. S. A. WM. TREUHARDT, Distributor. Bartlett. Corked or Tin Capped RoBebud waa visited by a de- . atructivo fire last Sunday. M. S. Hughes of Lampasa3, on a plea of Violating the anti-lottery laws, drew a three months sentence and a fine of $100 at New Orleans. "W. E. Monteith, an attorney of Temple, has beon appointed land commissioner for the Kirby Lum- ber Company, and he will make his headquarters in Houston. The cotton crop around Hutco is being injured by h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 29 June 1906

' " ,., ' '' y. THEBARTLETT TRIBUNE.) ESTABLISHED 1886. Entered -. nd-otast Matter at the Poitoffice, Bartlett Texa. One Year Six Months Throe Months. -1.00 ....50 -...25 zn: R, P. CATES, M. L. CATOS, Editor and Proprietor. Foreman. FRIDAY, JUNE 20, 1006 About Tom Campbell. The report is being circulated that Mr. Campbell is in favor of exempting homesteads from tax- ation. Now, vhat is the truth about it? Mr. Campbell said in hiB opening speech,- in connect- ion with the subject of taxation: "Our entire taxing system should bo overhauled and remod- eled ; new fielde of revenue should "be explored that property now escaping taxation can be un- covered and placed on tho tax rolls and ultimately all funds nec- cessary to meet the state's re- quirements oan be had at the same time the state advalorem tax rate can, I believe, be reduced materially and in a short .while evory homestead actually occu- pied by a family can be and should be exempted from all tax- ation for state purposes, L...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 29 June 1906

' 1 'W m na t ( RAILROAD TIME TABLE. tlay trulm .-..,.. ........M2il5 Nlghttraia South. ..... 11:28 a. m. tflghj train North..... 4:28 a. m. Kktf " ..im.l.ii i , ,,i ,i I i ,!,. Him i.. . nil,,, i . "' m DO YOU KNOW M Itf LC i , t v if K . I- t 13 , -tf B LOCAL MENTION. C. Foster of Corn Hill was horo Saturday. Will Truohardt was on tho eiok list this week. , P. L. Stanley of Granger wt b hero Wednesday. See Duncan & Messer before clling your grain. J. M. Setzer of Davilla was a Bartlett visitor Friday, Miss Minnio Keeton loft Satur- day for Galveston to visit. Mrs. Hugo Hintz is visiting relatives at New Ulm. Mrs. Jno.jB. Duncan and child- ren visited in Waco this week. The babe of Mr. and Mrs. Au- broy Sartor is convalescing. J. V. Morris, Esq., was a Georgetown visitor this week. Andy Stockton wasv here this week from his Falls county farm. W. J, Malear of Granger was here the past week on business. H. Lindemann and family of Ballinger are here on a visit to relativen. Mrs. M...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 29 June 1906

-v: i I . , . 1 ; &4 fc PK l i The Good Old Along with its "birds and bees brings on its mighty hot of chicken mites, whole hordes of the germ-laden stegomia, myriads of nasty gnats, fleas and nastier house flies all intent upon making life miserable to man and btast. 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 Insectiside, 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 insecb powder for house flies, Shoo fly for flies on ptock, Mosquito Lotion, in fact any and everything in this line. Goods guaranteed, price right. McGinnls Drug Comply J Leading Druggists 0kA Local Mention. O. Belk visited Palls cou...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 29 June 1906

M'!V' KJ'V " 'TAn'r ' j iV'S' v' J?V'J V . SUHiW ' ,'.',7, w ' m m. rasMsm&ntswmfjivmuawrig'ii' ' to?' e ?K . ij1,j l: fr-v CKKNMOe0CMOO0O006CKMXXX)0Oa9CXXXXXXXXXX0O(XXXXX0OOCkat0 We Do Proper ' 1 &9REBMiE OUR FUNERAL CAR, LOWERING DEVICE AND TRUCKS WILL COMPARE IN ELEGANCE WITH ANY: EQUIPMENT FOUND IN EVEN DALLAS OR HOUSTON. THIS IS, FOR CUSTOMERS. &?e Baurtlett coooocxcx3cxxoooooooooooaogoco Different Kinds of Liars. Recently tho county court em- ployed J. A. Millerman to inves- tigate the deed records to ascer- tain what vendors lien notes ap- peared not to have been rendered. He found notes aggregating $1,- 080,040 which do not appear on the cax lists. Beltbn NewB. There has been ruuoh said, and and some sovero structures liavo beon passed upon those individ- uals who oannot remember any- l thing when summoned before grand juries or courts of inquiry. Some of us are so outraged at the failure of the law to curb offend- ers that in our wrath we denounce 'the forgetful...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 29 June 1906

WPI ? . , '? sr-wwi -m i. Tr ',! .( ,.; f s v -.w . ? W ' I 'n I 'A nwwia , I Will Have A ft ,o ' I B- a k' !- ?r i'( Car of Buggies and Surries Here about Juy 10th, snd ip to that time I will give Special Prices on ell Buggies and Surries in order to make room for them I REMEMBER WE SELL THE BAIN WAGON ! ED. ROWNTREE Local Items. Mrs. W. W. Duncan went to Temple yesterday. Ben Ramsey went to Temple today to take in the celebration. S. S. Summers, of the Gran- der News, was in town yestor-thty. W. M. Thompson and family sre occupying their new reai- ciHsnce. Misses Dill, of Austin, are the sgaests of Mr. and Mrs. J. D, SJawson. Barton Ramsey and family at- Jbiided the picnic at Summers 3IHI yusteiday. W. W' Duncan has purchased 'Hir residence ocoupted by Rev, T. J. Slaughter. Claude Taylor, of Elgin, was iere this week on a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Bozomann. Ben Ramsey says he will make 30 bushels of corn per aore on lis place near town. Mrs. J. D. Jackson returned to her. Home at Alpi...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 29 June 1906

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 29 June 1906

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

'(.',:: I - I rs '..-tr-'i'. ? m Cttbtttie: v . w .'. .i $l ft. F. OA.TES, Editor and Puopbietou. 5 BARTLETT, TEXAS, JULY G, 1906. $1.00 i'mt, I'iiAii, VOL. XXjC. NO. 11. Tfl CHALLENGING A JUROR. GRAND JURY. o' Saa. J ,? ; tfctlctt mht CHARGE 'eaaaeaaaaaaaaoaaaaaaaaaaaaeaaaaoaaaaa9aeaaaiaaaSaaaaaaaaaaaa3aaaaa ...: t 1 1 1 : t 1 1 ft 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 : : 1 1 1 : t s s j : 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 t 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ? t j t :.. n. .. K? " V ':". Wi , The following1 is taken from tho $ Williameo.n County Sun relat ive tothe charge of JudgoBrooks fc6' the, grand jury now in session fit, Georgetown t "A,oonniderablo crowd had as- sembled in the court room, and listened with breathless intrest to ,he Judge's ohargo. Heboid them ioa code "of criminal procedure de jfiped their dnties, but that the .-statutes required him to call lo their special attention cortain of ianBeskeeplng" disorderly houses et'o). 'Passing from these, he oame to what he said he knew. waenresent in their minds, the , char...

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

kmst "jjvf "'',;,v- ' ' '.VTVvi' V'", ','- ,,' $iz A- Kff.fi'iT5 w:iC; .. , , . , S5C m Irt ''' p &-. 1 to." Mi. 3SE BARTLETT TRIBUNE. E3TABLI8HED 1880. KMarad - ndclai Matter at th Poitoffice, Bartlett. Texas. Do&T5ear ESaMbnths jSvjdo Months... ... t.00 50 25 S-E.CATES, Zfc. JL CATES, Editor and Proprietor. Foreman. FRIDAY, JULY 0, LOOO Baw'ii forget the4 stook show to 2-&3H Bartlett August 4. The Tribune Btands for rjuiMshment of all criminate. the 2sw a great pity to have a 3a)nico white lie spoiled, isn't a? 1ms death list from Saturday's 3XrtJrationa in New York num- H)Hi3 sixteen. 3xthe local option election for 33atague county Saturday the jnra carried by 600 majority. If you want to vote for a yri- 'jratB citizen for governor of TexaB firs-the first time, purhaps in your Ifi&u,VQta for Tom Campbell. Two, Cleveland bankers have jfmrt gone to prison to remain six TpT3r and two othersin Colorado -aitry the virtue of an eleven ygjarr retirement. Uhk administrati...

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

?.?.ti v """ ' vy XKj . v x: i , r.H I'M, J m & " i IV ,, .c ,M BURN Eupion Oil FOR' SALE, BY THE FOLLOWING RELIABLE MER- CHANTS: G. W. Davenport, W. G. Smith, Eoopke & Brown" Lawrence & Son, Iqwle & Co. Lucas Rowntroe, Ed ffeinsohn. Waters Pierce Oil Company C. E. Jones, Agent 4MftV04 r44 t COUNTY ITEMS. Cards havo been issued an4 nouncing the marriage in -the Baptist church in Granger on Wednesday, July 11,' at-9 p. m. "W. T. Adama and family re- lumed "Wednesday from a visit to Corn Hill and other points in "Williamson county( Sunday they went to hear the funeral sormon proached, by Dr, Reynolds in momory of J. A. Robinson and Jj A. Wheeler, two good mon who some months ago passed over the river into tho great be- yond. Mr. Adams reports fine rains in tile Corn Hill locality. Killoen Messenger, W. C. Grice of Laneport, Wil- liamson county, has a souvenir Hit tho war of which he is proud. It is his parolo as a Confederate prisoner. The document shows that ho was gr...

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

ttwtPIP? limy Ryg MVuJ . wr&'?j', iw ' , ' ?J ' v ; ' THE BARTLETT TRIBUNE. ESTABLISHED 1880. Entered . ndclass Matter at the Poatoffice, Bartlett. Texas. Ono Year 1.00 Six Months 50 Throe Months 25 R, P. CATES, Editor and Proprietor. M. L. CATES, - Foreman. ', . II Strictly FRIDAY, JULY 0, 1006 1" '" -''to :';' -''JfV '"'':. '' !:'-'V " '"'"' y li ' , V ' ' ; '' . ..... " "" -, , v ""' - ' ! ' '"",' ' ' tr ' " r r- v" ' ". ' ' ,A'."i,V1,""t" - -or"-" f -r---- - GoNORESRMAN R. L. HENRY of B 'I w Texas, who delivered ono of the long talks of the celebration, of the society of tho Columbian Or- der, which took place in New York, nominated William J. Bry- an and Congressman Charles A. Towne of New York, president and vice-president, respectfully, on the next democratic tioket. J'lf I should remove my residence from Texas to Now York," said Mr. Henry, "the first act of mine would be to become a member of Tammany. When Texas was knocking at the door of admis- sion for statehood Tamma...

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

fflwl ,n "'- , v W7w'wns i i '" y ,'' -II f 1 'II, ,f H !US niit-nynu lime 0&.c Djiy trdtnj ......... .... ,..KU.2i( aie. BeIsI Night trlmBotUli..i........ 11(28 p. m. JTliChi trAlu N6rtb..... ......1:28 a. m. KNOW 1 it iV r?f . E. i: "ro, f i-v-'i . v LOCAL MENTION. New honey at W. G. Smith'?. Miss Anna Volto ia on the aiok list. Best fresh bread at W. G. Smith's. Born, to W. 0. Lfndornan and wifs, a boy, Ed, Bolding went to the Tay- lor Fair Tuesday. f Pickles in 3 and gallon kegs at 'Smith's. 13 Barton Ramsey was on the sick list this week. J. J. Blaske visited the Taylor fair this week. Fine fresh Elgin melons every day at W. G. Smith's. - Durant Bartlett visited the Fajr at Taylor Thursday. J. T. Baker remembered the Tribune this week. Born, to R. G. Gunn and wife, twins boy and girlv Prof. Usry wus here thiB week on a yisit to his parents, E. P. Cole of route 2 is a new subscriber to the Tribune. R. S. Decker made a business trip to Temple this week. T. S. Coulter has been...

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