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

peAA,A.i''AAAAAAjfcAAAAbii 'uf u. Largest in the World f4H,tV " A J fife-.. UA1N U Y ir & I- A ! I- a.. w X .rf c in. Pure, Home-made Candy which tickles thepalnte of every indi- vidual. Pure and healthful, beneficial to the infant. A source of comfort to the aged because they can eat it with pleasure and comfort. . All can eat Maury's Candy be- cause it is made of the purest and best, ma- terial to be had. Try him once and he has" GOT YOU 4 4 4 I $vrgixjiJW-vWJLJVL1VLW-'V' - ijiiw rwi'inwiiiimMtmm Local Items. W. H. Lasiter is clerking for J. M. Allen. R. N. Crow was here this week from Holland. Henry Mayo, of Gatesville, was here this week. Fresh graham flour at Law- rence and Son's. Sam Davis Jr. of Granger was here Wednesday. Saturday was a brisk day with Bartlett merchants. B. Kollman made a busineys trip tc Waco this week. Try a jug of pure apple vinegar. Lawrence & Son. The talk of the town : "Have you rode on the hobby horse?" Cleaning, dyeing and pressing on short n...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 7 September 1906

m y ' A' ,v !0, m- W ;' "S" Mi ' &? t ' W t. W " r- Ik- '. iw 1 f ;.K 1.1- ' t IL 1 Ll . w- ,4- p.- 'IV .A aas5 oocoooock)ooc'ocxooooooooooo fioooooooooooocxjooooooeo We Do Proper Undertaking. 1 8 I 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. i $5he Baurtlett Hardware Co. 'poooocKXcoooooooooooooocg eeooooooooooocoocooooooooQ Georgetown Notes. Georgetown, Tex., "Sqpt, 4. The recent session of the com- missioners court gave the new town of Weir on the Missouri, Kansas & Texas railway, between Granger and Georgetown, a voting bo&. This is a great convenience to the people of the new town. County court convened yester- day. A number of local option violation cases from Taylor arc being .tried, Preparations are being made for the opening ol the Southwest ern university on Tuesday, Sep- tember 11, which promises to be the largest opening in the history of th...

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

-v-''im&J' W. C I$ & m I'? p." & ; Mf A GRAND SUCCESS. The Bale the Reagan Round Press. Decker & Sons deserve thanks of all our citizens for in- stalling the aoove named press for this year's crop, as it means bet- ter prices for cotton, which h s al ready been proven by sales made; $.18 is what cotton has brought here all this week in the Reagan bale. This company is composed of some of the best business men of Texas and unlike the. other found bale con panics, the farmeis can have tneir cotton ginned the same as tile square bale, take their seed home and hold the cotton as long ss they please, and sell it to whom they please. It is simply a cheaper and better way to bale cotton, as the farmer gets the 500 per bale that goes to the compress companies on the old square bale, in addition to the premium, the jound bale brings from the jspin- aer by reason of protecting the cotton from waste and loss: In other words, when a bale of cot- ton is put up at the gin on the R...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 14 September 1906

ft -a f :i A R, F. OA.TES, Editou and Pkopjuexok. BA.RTLETT, TEXAS, SEPTEMBER 14, 1906. L.00 Per Yeak., VOL. XXI. NO. 21 :. ' rad&&4&ua ,', ,'' w . Stfje'f.lkrtlcff Sr w Mr WWWpr ' KS ' TH' 2 fe. 9 . ;n it &. ' ' s ,i -a r.s Fashionable Fall Fabrics We have never been known to break an advertising promise, and when we tell you that these offerings are without doubt the greatest and most dependable values for the money we are promising you only what we can reasonably execute. We were fortunate in our selections of Fall goods. and are quite willing to share, ihe benefits of price concession with our patrons. . This season's styles and fabrics are of a pleasing quali- ty and our assortment willbe found complete enough to satisfy the most-fastidious tastes. Special Hook and eyes,.per doz Pins fulLcount packge Hair pins per package 1c Look over our merchandise today Special Shirts in nice patterns, all sizes, worth 75c each go at 48c Special Glassware worth 26c gd at 15c ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 14 September 1906

K - If fcv fe rv r ; , I ' ,R i; School Supplies ' I Sohool begins Septembor 17th and puts an ond to the caro-froo days of vacation. Vacation -is as necessary as school days and there are va- rious things necessary when you start to school all of which from p'sncil and tablet to the state text books and high school books, we are' in "a position to supply you. COME TO US FOR YOUR SCHOOL SUPPLIES McGinns 4 Leading Druggists A$ THE BARTLETT TRIBUNE. ESTABLISHED 1886. Enured .. nd-clasi Matter at the Postoffice, BartletU Tcxat. One Year 1.00 Six Months 60 Three Month s 25 R. F. CATES, Editor and Proprietor. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 14 1906 Clay county was put in the dry column laBt Saturday. Now that Ruzefelt is tu super- seed Webstur as authority in spelling we will haf tu getanuth- er dikshunary. Since the adoption of the new method of spelling there is no excuse in the world for anyone -to be a bad opaller. It is almost a daily occurence now for some life to get lost in a gin. Men who are a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 14 September 1906

'tK J!" ' . '? W i ' 5 i fr&W rvi ?j 5-Uf fji, r '- MV: p ,rr f s ? ' ,y ; ,,vr f? ;t ft m COUNTY ITEMS. HuttaTex., Sept., 11. The Farmer'sflUnion comtditte con- tracted for a $2,500 warehoiue to be built here within the next thirty cays. Marlin, Tex., Sopt. 0 Thd blight known as "root rot" is oomplainod of in "cotton 'fields on black land nearx Marlin. The same complaint is heard from many other parts of Central Tex- i as. Tho commissioners' court mot at Belton Monday morning and apppinted W. E. Hudson of Kil- leen as Justice of thd Peace in , Preoinot No. 7 to fill out tKo un- expired term of M, P. Davis, de- ceased. J. N. Jordan has returned from Swisher county whore lie sold two seatoinB of land recently purchas- ed ttidre, at a profit, erf S2500. Mr. Jordan purchased two seo- tioue in Floyd county, Grang- er News. Dead cotton is tho general complaint and nearly every field has suffered more or less, while in some 'places that dead spots cover acras. The trouble -Is re- port...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 14 September 1906

BfY ; i TT 15 ransom Is (J - 51 "i 1 l-u. A Newness in Appearance Nearly all of our Summer Goods have been sold; what few we have left are being turned loose at prices that at tract the closest buyers. Our new Fall Goods are now in and our store is loaded to the1 brim with new goods. t E Our Business is 29 per cent better than any previous year up to date; and we are "go- ing to make this the banner fall of our lives. We have the goods that will please you in QUALITY and PRICE. Yours for more business, tsSuBu&c Bartlett 6Bi II 1 M fid a LESJ IE& LIND SEY nfitirfWirtc.iftc Granger i !EjftH riTP Cr,-TC?ia;S TftitfflcjrftiBrWHi irfs syfaiyriyfi BgraTWOTiU-.'i'j&aaiJWjiiL'ft'w COTTON PICKING BOOKS THE BARTLETT TRIBUNE. ESTABLISHED 1886. iGntered . nd-clasj Matter at the Postoffice, Bartlett. Texai. )ne Year 1.00 x Months 50 iree Month s 25 LP. CATES, - Editor and Proprietor. f.IDAY, SEPTEMBER 14 L906 Dissolution Notice. The real estate firm of Kollman & Catos has dissolv...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 14 September 1906

T (J V , 7'? I ' . ' Ttffcev .'i"R''1 r-iv 'iT 1i "Mr. fc.WS-fB I I'M f ' ,t r - "Tfr ' 'V.Kvr'Li ' . i - I if L - ' & " r " ! New Fall Dress Goods u f.'.1 .. . . ) i i i ,1 . ,1 '-,. -. ,,,,,.,,, ,., ,r.. . . .... , ". ' '.'" ; ' ' f ,' '- ' ' ' . . ,.' ' "' '" ' H I V . .. ;. il in in - IV p't f V '' . ,i K JjSf Bf- I .1 r-if .; i ti t T' I. I !- rfe "?.- !!., 4 n lr I ." O w: . 'f. ? HI f :1 j m B H B B B B ,We fi. V - I I v , l V , J ' RAILROAD TIME TABLE. Say trains - ,2:15 Nlghttrain South 11:28 a. m. itflght train North 4:28 a. m. LOCAL MENTION. Fresh honey at Smith's. Rev. W. I. Ball is clerking for W. G. Smith. New turnip seed at W. G. Smith's,' ' Richard Kuhn of Walburg Was here' yesterday, Fancy fruit and vegetables at Smi'fy's. "yVIIl Treuhardt wont to George- town yesterday. Furnished rooms for rent at Jack Smith's. H. C. Hempel has our thanks for his annual dues, Fresh vegetables at Lawrence & Son's, ,. WvHi Homoyer was here yes- terday from Walburg. Get your b...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 14 September 1906

;! v xr "Sir; ' r$ -j'-r, n'SS s1 swtHW"- jg ' EarW? rr ' t o toou-- W8K ,M ii ' ', ' ivy P P. lJ JUST SO JONATHAN CAN WE SHOW YOU? We belong to that school of optimists who believe that opportunity knocks more tjianlonce; at every man's door. x ., jf J;'.- ' We are are knocking at yours today and we will give it another whack next week. ' ' ' "" i .;' . In fact we are going-to keep hammering at it until you. say: 'Sanders, open the door and come'in,, for 1 want to join the Mistrot crowd." ... . '." , Now don't think that we believe you'll starve in two'minutes without Us, oh, no. ' -.. ;-, . We know barely enough to know that we don't know it all, and that we are not the whole thing by a.few. You'ye lived without us, and you may live awhile longer without us, but YOU CAN GET ALONG SO MUCH BETTER WITH US. ' The EXTREMLLY LOW PRICES and the DEPENDABLE QUALITY of our merchandise will open your eyes and make you "sit up and take notice." , ; ' , v --' ' , ; Come and let us show you. We...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 14 September 1906

(f IV : F ') 'V ttf l IB? M y l- 600CXXXXMXOOCK)CXX300C000000 90CXXCXOCOSOOOCXXXXXX0000 We Do Proper Undertaking. It . ILi 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 Beurtiett Hardware Co. 'XSOOOOOOOCOOGOOOOOOOOOOOOaoOCOOCXXOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCOO V i- s " Want Cotton Buyers. Baylor, Tex., Sept, 9. With the wide-awake little town of Bart- lett'six miles noith, and the" pros- perous little city of Taylor twelve miles south, the business men of ( Granger are realizing the fact that that town is not receiving its share of cotton receipts, and fo the end that existing conditions .prove a party -, of " consisting, of Joe 'S. Fox, I. T. Brown. Toe Lindsey and J. T. Bernard, representing the "Gran- der Business Men's League, were Taylor yesterday conferring mav mi business men in with local cotton buyers with view to Securing cotton buyers for their town who will g...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 14 September 1906

T,tn? V r'V h" t . rr i " ' ' ' 9"4 t mmmmTnmmmTnwmmTnwTnmTnwntmTnK MILLINERY OPENING SEPTEMBER I81I1 AND 19th 3 3 3 3 -1- i 11 ' ' ?' S?i 'u l s W, fe iv? avr 5' 's V fr Br' .The Fall Season finds us better , prepared than ever before to handle all business entrusted to us. Our apartments are inN ex- cellent condition and our forces trained to expeditiously till all orders- Our Tailored Hat De- partment is more popular than ever- We have the correct shapes and from our immense line can suit all tastes, Our Pat- tern Hat Department has been wonderfully successful and the constantly growing demands for our Patterns is the best evi- dence that their style and value meet the approyal of the trade. You are cordially invited to be present beginning 8:30 Tues- day and continuing through Wednesday I8th and I9th. Hende rson Temple, &ocJ Items. If, N. Crow was down from Holland Wednenday. "Numbers" ' is a jovial fellow, and has many friends here who are always glad to see him. The real e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 21 September 1906

imww'K- jS&yiaH$l ; : x,."Tji w :??:.-ftV.T-"i v - , (Vi OMtttC "'VvJgl ' '"'",1 lf?l B, " 5iH S R, ij 0ATE8, Editoh and Pkopiuetor. BA.ET3LETT, TEXA.S, SEPTEMBER 21, 1906. $1.00 Per Year. VOL. XXI. NO.. 52. - ,&''i) . tfsKaBftBftiaLL 11?UWmlyy 'mwJtaBSn 'MfaiL'idi ' r' iftll wie v - 11111k w-ammSm flltm -Everybody likes ailk. You know that no fabric, af- fords more satisfaction to tho wearer than a swell silk suit. The'reason that you do not use more-, silk ip that silks of late years have hot proveiv - '. serviceable. They split. They do-not -pay, for. making up It is for -this- reason that: we. call ' your attention to Egyptian Silk Egyptian Silk - , ',. wears like iron, never splits like other, silks ..; an (Fl -. IB UH 11UOIJ iUllbU"U- lib IXUy BUK. 1UUUU. -. f ' . Tlie.Egyptian Silk is not the real, silk fabric, but a .. "' ' '.-, 'new fabric made by a new process that is aotual- , 4y bettor in every yay than the old silks. Egyp- v 'tian Silk resembles that' which you ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 21 September 1906

" a Su n" ,& i m4Atfmmm School Supplies X School haB ccmtronced and put an end ' to the caro-fre&daya ot vacation. Vacation is , as necessary as school days and thoro are va- rious things nepeasary when you start to school - all of which from psncil and tablet to tho Btate '' 1 text books and high school books, wo are, in a l ' position to supply you. i COME TO US FOR YOUR SCHOOL SUPPLIES t t ft0ft06640 VO0'f0 Leading Druggists and Jewelers. THE BARTLETT TRIBUNE. ESTABLISHED 188G. Entered .. nd-clasi Matter at the Po3tofice. Bartlett. Texas. One Year 1.00 Six Months,.) CO Three Month a. 25 R, P. CATES, Editor and Proprietor. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21 1906 The antis carried Leon county last Saturday by a majority of 32. Affection can stand very se- vere storms, of rigor, but not a long polar frost of downright in difference. Love will Bubeist on wonderfully little hope, but not altogether without it. Sir Wal- ter Scott. The farmers in Tom Green and adjoining counties have been muc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 21 September 1906

r 4,WT? tasrfF fe jA. TL 'Mfl "- V-. " '4 rfT r ' M' m f? HP t&t ) . COUNTY ITEMS. Holland la making preparations to have a ootlon warehouse. 'A Farmers Union warehouse wllli be established at Temple soon. Taylor, To., Sept. 17. Two oases of diptheria are reported in -tile families 6t Joe Mcresh arid Jo'eLeshikar in the Westside ad- dition to Taylor by 'City Health Officer P. 0. Floockingor, "who ,haa "caused both families to be quarantined. At present there is a groat do-' rnand for Cotton pickers in -tho Leandor country. Some havo experienced a groat deal of trouble in getting their cotton picked, Tho fields uro white. i.-f ana mere is urgent.iieuu oi moru W lutndrt. Rodord. J, I. Gross, from Davilla, ha9 a place with H. Wendland and will remain in Killeen throughout the fall -and winter, Mr, Gross is a quiet, industrious young gU t. man, find will doubtless make many friends during hisstay in our little city. Messenger. Last week Fred Turner sold his farm at Wutrich HiU. near...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 21 September 1906

: i ,1 Si &ri(l V' '' CT7ffll a?- f-,n "ft (7 "MTT1.. ? WM rti ) L'-fA',-.i. 'is'uaaBaauiKffiiiiiuiJBuii nmmaPMn reBBBSMtias; yu:uavnsasaii-,B,aa ; rasa-: - FREE COTTON PICKING BOOKS mgfflaaaA'AwjjtfriaKti'aKaiamaa'vayflTji a jjgaBsregagSEmffrawErgBe la, k k W w mpr?"t A tat ? it. w & i o 75 UK C to We have been telling you about it, and again we call yout at- tention to the fact that on Oct. 1st we are going togive free a Piece China Dinner Set to the person returning to us the greatest amount in tickets having been purchased at our store. There will also be second and third prizes. Remember this is no gambling scheme, but simply a reward to those that have kept their tickets. You can get you neighbors or friends to help you9 so why not make a special effort. Only a few more days and some one will get this china set worth $25.00. OUR STORE IS CHUG FULL OF NEW GOODS-LET US SHOW YOU THE NEW THINGS so JeSH TmT .--yjra.Tj i. 3S3S izesssssxzssssssmiisBsssBsssssasBsa AAAJ1.JVJ.AA...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 21 September 1906

WiMlXii'V hV. iW ' wtiwam&w.&nmmvrntMprmaBKffm&nsi'r Jittw;" '.u.' ,e '- Iff, -si4t- - hbksesses tUi r. w n pGnin KiJ r."i at' tsfcHL !$(. fetr KR." Very Latest Creations, Tuesday Sept.. 25th o the n , 1 E,., --". -- IV.t - or? 1 my fts'- ... &&:- ' !Wj ,- ' 1 a'1 :&, SO . . ?': '' - a ft LS" You are invited to inspect the greatest and most exclusive styles in Ladies Head- wear hhas,ever Been our pleasure to present to the public. This department is un- kler the direction of Mrs- Royal and in her efforts to please she has carefullv and riili- gently searched the latest imports, to be abe to give you the very newest, nobby, jaunty sxyiesj .. - U ?"' Nw Fall Silks and Dress Goods 1 Of all colors, styles and grades will be on display in the dress goods department. Silk Waistings We are showing the hew plaid silks, exclusive patternsUin all the colors. New Roman Belts are all the rage. We have them in all colors. They are the latest do not fail to see them. Dress...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 21 September 1906

.1 Vtf . K tf Btf! yW if,- f K . ft if ' TAKE ADVANTAGE OF a Julius Dodt's Cost ! I Of Jewelry, Watches I Silver and China 1 Stand aLt Haeber Drud Covs. I ix ! ..J.......n..,....... WWWWVWWVWVWWWWVW Local Items. The gins are running day and night, Eresh beer always on tap at Albrecht's. J. Felton was an Austin visitor this week. Poland china pigs for sale. See O. L. Cowsert. John Hunt whs a court juror at Bolton tnit week.' Fresh graham . flour at Law- rence and Son's. W. E. Meadow of Granger was here Tuesday on business! Try a jug qf pure apple vinegar. ,.'-' "Lawrence & Son. Lots of Granger citizens are here every day to enjoy a live town. Miss Znma Huggins loturnod Sunday f:om a visit to George- town. . t " There was a grand ball at Eliok's hall in Granger Monday night. It looks natural to see the school children going to and from school. Artesian baths at Belk's barber shop, next door to Bartlett Hard- ware Co, L. H. Hillman this week bought the C. E. Brown residence from H....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 21 September 1906

.&.W J,; 3S':v ?'B-7iJ' V -If K? V ,,'iF CSv a KT 8f '"N, gST'g'- OOOOOOOOOOfJOOOOOOOtfOOOOOCW WeDo Praper i in in Q it I tt il i' 1 1 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 Baurtlett Hardware Co. r-OOQQOOSGGQOGGOQQGGGOOOOu4 Eulogy on Rev. B. B. Sandcfs In bis talk at the fur.eral ser- vices of tho lato Rev. B.B. San- ders, whioh were held in tho Cen- tral Christian Church, Austin, Rev. Homer T. "Wilson,, Baid in part of his life-long friend: Could I "speak with the ton gues of men and angels" and pos sessed the rarest gift of the or- ator, it would even then be im possible to wreathe a garlancfof rhetoric and place upon the cold brow of my departed friend com- mensurate with the life of heroic service that? has just closed. For-a third of a century we have-been friends most intimate. aTn sorrow and distress we have beenrstrengthened by the "heart...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 21 September 1906

t!r;(j $r vTv j ' ' "rkwW-'' - IVHi Take This Modi Br- P ' " -Tl lWtriV U .. ' u s of thanking our friends and patrons for their trado 80 far thia year, and we ask a continuation ' of your patronago, but a littlo different way in terms. We havo closod our books and will- not charge any moro goods tony ono until another yoar opens up. And wo shall expect our custom ers who have traded with us on time to mak'e settlements with us as soon as possible,- for wo need money and must have it to meet our obliga- tions, Wo shall carry a good Btookof Grboories, -etc., which wo will sell as low as thoy pan bo bought anywhere in Bartlett or and any ether . . town injthe state. JUST RECEIVED A CAR OF "WHITE CREST" FLOUR PONDER & BAILEY (Lac LocaJi Items. The latest in ladies hats at Alien's. Furnished rooms for vent at m Jack Smith's. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Montgomery, a girl. If it is in town you will find it at Lawrence & Son's. Mrs. Howry of Temple visited lira. Wiley this week. R....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 28 September 1906

it ..' tfirt 1 m , tkrtkif ribttuc w 3-i B. F. 'GATES, Editor and Profriktoi BARTLETT, TEXAS, SEPTEMBER 28, 1906. $1.00 Per Year. VOL. XXI. NO. 2M H7 (V o "a w Ah &6 -fi rvfS'.iai.-m Church Notes. The Woman's Homo Mission f Society is not idle. The Sunday Sohool at the Methodist ohurch, C. C. Bailey superintendent, is in a flourish- infi condition, Tho attendance '' last Sunday waB 181. The preaohing services are ; pearly always well attended, es- toeoiatly in the mqrning. The last two Sundays tho auditorium was well filled. ' Tho Epworth Leaguos are well attended 'and doing fine work. Lppk gain 1 1 the obligation IXAU aeoumed whan you joined the church, "The Creed of the Corinthian Ohurch" will be tho Bubjeot of fha rrtnnnfnn anrmnn. ' w" r ' M. A. Turner, Paetor. a , JCotton Receipts. To dtethe cotton reoejpts ' of . &Mbltt for this season are 4'.422 S&t-l M ', ,' ..'... jico, uio prevaiung price Demg k00 to Oils. ""Extreme m km sm .ft f. J. M. ALLE N. Birthday Party T...

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