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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 7 December 1906

Wmnr&'M : .'i(VVJVm.' ' , l- i '. M (' w' 4 nt? -AS ' ' Stf&aft l." ii.';,w:va Lsn $ i) v fw bJV' itM'ijiri'w-"! f-' M,k,: Tv, b. w.ar J ' '. JTffttMW. C . Bi v ' A , !S?t ?i it -Bu "i U'.. i jS ?.' as--- iij, iikj(ki!k nARuuuurtitAnuudi: Austin, Texas. Monday4 Iight, Dec. 10th. The Biggest Success in America "The Lion and the Mouse" By Charles Kline H -i 4 4 H An American play of intense humane in-f terest. x , J Second year in New York- ' V Six months in Boston " - Four months in Chicago SeetsNowOn Sale For all information address Geo. H. Wal J ker, Mgr., Opera House, Austin, Texas. B A rirjy jiyi jy lyi' -$fc vyrjyr.!! Jy fji oil r nan Liovo aieam INTENDED DIRECT SAILINGS Slamer& Bog-'stcr 1 tons Sail from Bi"tnni 'BreslaU 7600 ' ' , " Nov. 10, 1000 n'Fi'aukfurt ' 7C0O -' 3Jov. 15, 100G ' .Deo. 7t "" "(Kooln - 7600 ' Dec, 0, " DoC28,' " ""'Brcslau -, iTflOO Den. 29, " Jan. 20, 1907 Frankfurt, 7600 ' Jan. 17, 1007 Feb. 8, " -Hannover" 7(00 Feb. 14, " Mar. 8, " ' ALL ST...

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

jiii ' .'' mrt TJ u ", r-st ti &fc Si 1 a t) I) iHBl I .f t, P. GATES, Editor and Proprietor. J t;t &l 31 im 'iM Ml i "i, .if?V - t u j-,. .. , - - IB y: -.'V. ' . .Jh .W'fcf. ' '. ,' -! -.A', $ ' iv ';- ,v. 6HTJWJPJi . fcl, v iii . . ' v; . ina ' , VL -7 w l BARTLETT, TEXAS, DECEMBER 14,1906.. n V Uq.J!JIMrTrHVg;..TO.:.;:1;TX. COST SALE On Jan. 1st I will retire from busi- ness, having sold same to other par- ties. Until Dec. 25 1906, I will sell ev- erything in Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats, Shoes and Millinery AT AB- SOLUTE COST. $$ ij, - A'4'i di'raVJ-2 lisffiji laSfeSOTA " WH.fSfcW,. t-w .cv" . i25ffiYlii Jr . - - "W W -ti .-'.. ..". srv, V wa : '-. '"' ''MiJH . m tibtxnt -a' r - $1.00 Per Year. VOL. XXI. NO. 33 i' i r V 4l, :? ft; lB)r.'j. J ( ii. ' ':- ' (.- Vfir a iy 'V, VYl .', .." ; :- " mmk .A;si O" n h a 43Rp &$&& S5p Ml

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

irw f- TSB 'W jj - i ! j? ' ? T-TnH W"?WV U " sWfiK".r Tt..t.i - is T I v kV I ,'lf .1 '.' 1 V h I K. THE BARTLETT TRIDUNE. ESTABLISHED 1880. ntred - nd-clast Matter at the Pottoffice. Bartlett. Texni. One Year Six Months three Months... -1. 5 -....26 t P. CATES, Editor and Proprielor. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14, LG06 Bartlett needs a city hall, 8d thora is no reason why the town-should not have one. Wood is scarce and coal get- ting higher. It will not be many years until the man who owns a post oak ridge will be the most popular man in the country. It does seem that the attorney general is more inolined to injure Senator Bailey than to prosecute ihe Waters -Pierce Oil Co. In he meantime wo shall see. President Roosevelt was -atriotly alright with the republi- cans until ho interfered with the "'coon" troops. Now, they, rather some of them, are after his scalp, and want an investigation of his conduct. Every day that there is a rush of cotton to the market, it In clearly demonstrated "'th...

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

' I t rJi. ' ea-MBiMBHBiBBBIMBBBBIBBlBv i t . A n '--. .- - ' ; - km E ' f -- . t-V" -?. j?-.- ;-- t m . i $40,0 0 0 worth of High Grade Mer- chandise to be distributed into the homes of the people For Less Than- Actual Cost of the raw material by Look for the big Red Canvas Front. Prewitt Bros BARTLETT, TEXAS. The Greatest Sale Excitement Ever Known now Prevails at Bartlett, Texas. WITT BRO ARE GOING OUT OF BUSINESS Their $40,000 stock ot Dry- Goods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes and Everything must beTurned into cash by January 1st. Prices reach the lowest limit in this mighty sale of Dry Goods and Clothing for men, boys arid children and thous- ands of other articles hand- led in a department store, This entire, stock must be turned into cash, cost and values make no difference. .- Every thing must be sold by January 1st Look for the big Red Canvas Front. Prewitt Bros BARTLETT, TEXAS. We Owe the People an Apology We sincerely regret that we were unable to render proper service to our cu...

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

myWrf- "J w THE BARTLETT TRIBUNE. ESTABLISHED 1880. Cntortd . nd-ola Matter at the Poetoffice, Bartlett, Texas. One Year Six Months Three Month s- .1.00 ....GO -...25 R. P. CATES, Editor and Proprietor. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1000 In his biennial report State Royanuo Ageni Bell saya that he has discovered grafting in all its forms among offioials; that proeoouting attorneys had shift ed proaeoutionB eo as to make foes for themselves; that finance committees appointed to investi- gate county affairs had repor e5 eyorything correot when such was not tho case; that in some cases nnnoy forfeitod on account of bail bonds had been divided among officials instead of being paid into tho treasury; that in sotrfo cases collectors made no effort to collect license taxes from saloons and doggeries; that offi- cers oharged largo fees for ar resting prisoners and bringing witnesses, claiming they were brought great distances, when Buch was not true; that in some oases finance committees exoul- pate...

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

ffrvvTTSSlSJIIpp '. f rnf V . tw ft u ' 't ft '., it St. nr U: $ nuHw s-t O00CX)0O00CXXXXtt0O'XXXX)000aiK)0(XXXXXXXKXXXXKX0000OlX. i fcrf Fine wHflUtlCC. TO BUY Good Home... ON EASY TERMS. 160 acres good black land, 6 miles of Haskell, 9 miles of Stamford, at 17,50 per acre; j5'i cash, balance 10 yet is time. Require buyer to build 3 room house and put 50 acres in cul- tivation. 835 acres 6 miles from Haskell, 350 in cultivation; four houses and good barn; plenty good water; all good farm land except 85 acres good grass land. Can be bought now at i 22.50; worth 30. This land is good black land. 5 sections in onacKenora county at l.i.uu per acre, live miles from railroad,, We have lartd in Haskell, Thockmorton, J ones and Shack- leford counties, Have some good propositions, too numerous to mention here. Have weekly excursions, half fare from Wa- co, Call at our office and let us tell you about it and arrange for a look at the lands. Now at home in Bell county we have quite a number o...

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

i i i?fWiB!9WiTW?l'2Wfl r. -r -Mr r-Mr .Ar -Mr A -Jl. -. I1UVGIIIU0I ft UIGCU 1IIUIIUI IUI Jewelry $970.50TotaI Sale--$970.50 The boat month I ever had in the Jewelry business, month of December excepted, and the following is some of the largest siles : : : : : : : : : : NovomDer 6th, watch November 6th, watoh Noyember 6th, watch and chain- November 7th, watch Noyember 9th, watoh November 10th, watch November 10th, watoh and fob November 12th, watch and chain November 16th, diamond ring, November 16th, diamond stud, November 16th, watch, Cleburne, Texas- November 17th, watch . Novomber 17th, watch November 20th, watoh - November 26th, watch and fob November 26th, watoh Noyember 28th, watoh and pin November 30th, watch Many smaller items make up a total for November of $970.50 The watch at S150 00 is the finest jeweled, most beautiful and exponsive solid gold watoh 1 ever eold and surely the elegance of fine art. $399.50 is the most money I ever reoeived from one per- son for diamond...

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

71 w aaaaoaaiaaaaaaa I". a p gJvA iiMi'iiitiiittiti iiiMMttititiiiii'iiitiiiiiMittiiii'ii : t j f i ! : : : 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 j : s : i ! 1 1 j j itittttttit'iiiititn :. CLOSING OUT J"" SALE u::: .. On account of a change to take place on January ist5 it will be necessary to reduce our large stockjof Hardware, Furniture, Buggies, Wagons, etc., and. we are now mak- ing some exceptionally low prices on every thing in our house. Opportunities like this do not occur every day, when you can buy New Goods at Low Prices. "Here and Here Alone" are values like we are offering possible A uniform saving is insured by us on all our offerings. We assure you better goods for less money than you can obtain elswhere. Seeing is believing. Come and in- vestigate. Nothing reserved in this sale. Everything goes. Bartlett Hardware Company 1 MP M'lW - -- rr Ti 2,'."V; ; i : j ::::::.::: i :: 1 1 ::::::: (t i i :::::::::. i i i ::: i t :: 4 ::::...::: i 1 1 : i ::;:::::: s ::::.:: t ...; i : . s t i :::::::...

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

a WawRr -.,v & I Big Rug oliuuldi H Friday and Saturday.Dec, 21st and 22nd, we will offer for sale five hundred large JuteSmyrria rugs30x60 inches, fringed, elegant animal and floral patterns, worth $1.75 in any store in Tertas, at the low-price of $1.00' each. In order that all our friends may participate in this big rug one person. See the rugs now on display at our store. HH CHRISTMAS All Fruit Cakes bought of us baked free $$!&& Fruits, : Candies'- and Fireworks of all Kinds at " r I 1 D a ven 00 r -K'H-H-H-H-H-H-fi c c Local Items. TVuit cakes at W. G. Smith's. Salt and more salt at Smith's Fireworks plentiful at Smith's. Turkeys wanted at Lawrence & SQn's. Born, to Mr. an 3 Mrs G. Wv T'rjnzing, a pir.1. Fresh bread and cakes at W. x. Smith's, Ohas Meisner returned this " -week from Austin county.' Leather post cards at Haeber Drug Co. L. P. Hurt of Grangor was a Bartlett visitor this wefclc. Seed oats for sale by Jno. P. aSawrence. tit Sharp made a trip to Rog-...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 14 December 1906

i 'fff-n'"" "sijik fl jfo ' fi fifi KaAJMl-LU't'ill' "t'l-jaurttii 10 -TEN DAYS -10 ;l Live Selling "1 WU ly CS - ' ,11 , , Is.. A J , fc' ft f i. 1 7 , $'- u 1 wt ''vi ,-JMlft', ., ' . AT THIS STORE Only ten more dys for reaJ lively business and we sre going to atvail our- selves of every opportunity to deeum this stock of all surplus winter goods so DOWN 60 THE PRICES They are cxt to an irresistible figureevery item bears its original, mark and every c&uotaiion below will be carried out to a letter, no fictitious marking 'lper omitted at this store. Suffice to ssy if bons fide price cutting throughout the stock will interest yoi, the object of this ten dsys attractions assured. READ &e PRICES v v . v EXAMI ME &e GOODS COMFORTS 85c comforts at - 69c 1.76 comfortri at - 1.35 2.50 comforts at - 1.90 UNDERWEAR 25c union suits at - 20c 35c union suits at - 25c" 50q union suits at - 39c 25c vest at - - 20c 50c vests at - 45c 35c boys union suits at 25c 150 underskirts at ' -...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 14 December 1906

v V. i2 -- - u K. ftJ-S-ev-fr- -- J5 suit aMjlotlies -to-match. This Isbositively worth $15.00 or your money refunded at any time 7 QQ during- this sale V1 ,uU A fine suit of clothes, all to match, this is. positively worth $13.75 or your money refunded at any time 7 A during this sale for only V' rU A. fine suit of clothes, all to match, this is positively worth $12.50, or your money refunded at any time Q QJJ during this sale, for only yuiuw A fine suit of clothes ail to match, this is positively worth $11.50 or your mon- ey refunded at any time CC JU during this sale for only y wi-ru Mens splendid suits in Serges, Cassi- meres. Worsteds, all sizes. These suits are positively worth $10.00 or your money refunded (JJJJ QjJ at - ywiuu $4.98 200 suits at $4.9S; you are free to choose; worth from ?7.Co to $10.00. Odd suits from 20 lots, sizes broken, as finely made and is elegantly finish- ed as the most fastidious dresser could desire. $13.98 represents one lot of Grays and Blacks, do...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 14 December 1906

ivflyr. U 4;'rwv ? rmfV'r ""' f WtF''W 7 :v 4 4 s 1 LoceJ Items. Business Locais. A, F, Sartor's, headquarters, for reworks.. wM Grover Ktilor visitod in AuBtin Sunday. Elder Jacob IeaaoB of Lanoport wai here Monday. Otto PeBohoI mado a businoBS i trm to uerapio iviuuuuy. , j - ? Aug. Kauitzsoh haa moved to Hamilton county. j rt V T fl a V. nn wtnwAH f DAM 1 tt. Li, IVUlg "" muvcu iwm Davjlla to Heidenheimor. ( See the big stick of candy and (pretty doll at Sartor's. J, G. Leatherman of Donahoo ' -was hero Wodhesday. S. A. Futrell, of Roaebud, was i here this week on buflineBa. J. E. Twittr haa moved from near Com Hill to near Temple. J. M. Setzer of Davilla waB tiere this week on businoss. Bartlett merchants are doing a fine business. They all advertise in the Tribune. Mr. and Mrs. Claude McDaniel o Granger, were hero Monday on a visit. Ben Ramaoy and family loft yesterday for Oklahoma to make their homo. Mrs. and Mrs. J. W Malone of Althoa, returned thia week from a.viait to relat...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 14 December 1906

t& i Efc ' :. i ' f y 1 PIANO SALE ".it, - "'. v r" 1 .':' Wte have our car of pianos arid'. one onlyto be sold in. next few ifecys at the best prices;: we. have ever made on pianos clean new high grade stock. We have to move January ist and doubt our new house being ready,, and to prevent the ,.possibil ity of having to move and s,re these' pianos we . have ..decided that they must go regardless of cost. Every piano is abso- lutely guaranteed to you for price arid quality. Special prices on organs and sewing machines generally.; Come Vt Once And See These "Goods 5 WHITLOW BROS AN EXPERT PLAYER IN ATTENDANCE. RAILROAD TIME TABLE. $)ay trains 2:16 Hight train. South 10i4G p. m. tfight train North 4:48 a. m. LOCAL MENTION. Mrs. C.Rambo is on the siok . A. A. Durant loft this week for ..Big Springs. Cctton is Belling at from 9 to 10 'cents today. . Celeryand cranberries at W. 5 Smith's. H. P. Melear, of Corn Kill, was here today, fireworks at Hintz & Brune's, the grocers. Artes...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 4 January 1907

jf" '-g -mr" """ KTT T"" -i """ WffcvC ' , I. J V $f Th Wtm. m 4QATES, EdjioiIand PnopRiBfoB. BAHTLETT, TEXAS, JANUARY 4, 1907.', 51.00 Per Yeaii. VOL. XXI. NO. 35 ,.K.:.Mi.. . ' .. ' v . flT ,31?''" miiiiiiiliJii' i'ii'i'miii'iI in'i' i"tttpti ii ' II '' ' i, i '" J ' Miii'.iniujuaimjl jl mmniimiTiiiirnSMi .. iKi i Vl -P ,"V ' ' ft" , ' s' j, s, i fiage this year. y Oiir appreciation will be shown by making you the -very lowest prices '$ ise: Be sure 'and on us Watch this space for Bargains 99 N, Miihlhause Dead. ALTHEA. in , last Jtnaay nignt, at ma 10' near Bartlett, N. Miihl- fcse, agsd 70 years, died after Rlness of aqveral weeks. He laid to rest in the Lutheran Inetery Sunday afternoon, Rev. loubor, conducting the services. fiarge number were present to ly a last tribute to the aged gtizen. Deceased was born in ie8sa, Germany, and came to fcxas in 1855, looating in Waeh- Igton county. In 1878 he moved this place, which was then a road prairie, almost, an ' looated lear town, w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 4 January 1907

"W Tm "WT wr''wiwrw' wyif'jBypii'""y",g B3TTf -" -t -imim "T i ' ljirj wflW" 'Tf" . n if ifefc V ftn. . "J THE I1ARTLETT TRIBUNE. ESTABLISHED 1880. ntrecl . nd-cltua Matter at tha Poatotfice, Uartlett. Toxat. One Year t.00 Six Months 50 Three Months. ..,25 R. P. CAJES, - Editor and Proprietor. FRIDAY, JANUARY 4, 1907 The cotton business has been quiet for thopast few days. Has a Btreet tax been collected from every oitizen (who is duo one. mA. The most miserable human in thejyorld'ls one who envies tho happiness of others. The Tribune wishes oaoh and all of its readers a Happy and Prosperous Now Year. The Temple uaily Tribune, under the new management, Mr. K. K.Hooper, late city editor of the Galvoston News, roachod this offioe, and already Bigns of im- proved news service flro nromi- nont. Success tn the TriBuno and tho good town in which it is being publishod. As usual those who were not killed during Christmas, in many instances got half shot. When times are good the peo- ple wil...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 4 January 1907

TnMn? uTi ii "ibj t t "fnB"JP?'"wW . i njtSSyil "war"iTirai tn jmiiii" f 0d o ij ; 3S:AW'aofine price from Sx to I aa agricultural land in Swisher county, ranging 'in 2 oer acre, owinsrto location. This land is near the new railroad recently built from Canyon City to Plainview. If you want to make a good investment buy some pf this land. 20,000 acres in Haskell, Knox arid Baylor countieso Can suit you in price and terms. We make regular trips to the above named places and if you want to go with us we can save you money, , Black lands in this section from $45 to $100 per acre. Residence property of all .kinds and prices for sale, t f ' . n '' ju mu ' ' mm " $ County News. The commissioners' court of Bell county will meet the second Monday in this month. Mrs. Julius Becker of Beyers- ville died Tuesday of last week after, being oick a few days. Messrs, Copeland and , Martin of 'Corn Hill passod through with 1heir families enroute to Ballin- gor. Belton Nowe. Cameron, Sheriff Hbltzolaw...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 4 January 1907

T i" if- -" 'VifW'Vf iTr7mpi(ir-1-J,wi-i;jr'w- t . iMKfniJiff-rjN Salndo Wants Election. -, y S .J I have moved my stock of Hardware and Furniture into the Pochmann building, my old quarters, wnere 1 will be pleased to serve the public when in need of anything in my line. FIRST CLASS GOODS prosperous new North German Lloyd Steamship Go. INTENDED DIRECT SAILINGS ' .Btoimers Rog'stcr Sail from Bremen Duo Galveston Sail from Galveston tons on or about Kbcln 7600 Dec, IS, 1900 Ja7. 7,1907 Brcslnu 7500 Dec. 29, " Jan. 20, " Frankfurt 7500 Jan. 17, 1007 Feb. 8, " Kocln 7500 Feb. 21, " Mar. 14, " Fmnkfurt 7500 Mar. 14, " Apr. 4, " rannovor 7600 Apr. 4, " Apr. 25, " Kocln 7600 Apr. 25, " May 15, " Frankfurt 7600 May 18, " Juno 8. " Hannover 7600 Juno 0, " Juno 27, ' Kocln 7600 June 20, July IK, " FranMurt 7600 July 17, '! Aug. 7. ALL STEAMERS GALVESTON TO BREMEN DIRECT For freight or passage apply to Local Agent, B, WAECHTER, Bartlett, Texas. Tiokets sold to and from all points in Europe. T...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 4 January 1907

- 1 i-ii "a ' '"iD WALTON DRY GOODS COMPANY RAILROAD TIME TABLE. u "Day trains . ...... -..2:15 Hlght train South 10:40 p, m, Night train North 4:48 a. m. LOCAL MENTION. Pay your poll tax, Lamar Laughlin is here visit- ing relatives, .Mrs Otto Peaohel was quite sick this week. R. H. Bartlett was on the fiiok ,11st this week. Mr. Shinn visited" Obrletmas day;. at Granger, Ed Knight of Oenavillo was here last wgok. - Frank Wendler and family vis- ited ir Burton last week. Henry Davis was hero last Wev) from Coryell county. 0, Witzs'che and family have "moved to Hamilton county. , Jim Jaokson of Comanche county was here last week. Lon Mounger was here from Comanche during the holidays. J. H. Ford and family of Eddy vialted relatives here last week. Mrs. A. B, Weloh and daugh ter, Miss Daiey, loft tor Tyler last week. , Louie Luedeoko visited homo folks at Manor during tho holi days. W. Hoitman and family have returned from a viBit to AuBtin county. Solvyn Lineborger of AuBtin vialtod f...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 4 January 1907

L Ift IV ft w tVAAAAAAA .fi, A ,, A Ji, PRESCRIPTION 7 Ajniy-? - .. ; mx mcuinnis Drug uompany s uia otana j i i A . i if ' i i. J i i i i i i Carries A Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Painter's Supplies. Drug- gists Sundries, Specialties Griffon Cutlery, Huyler's Candy, Soaps, Toilet Ar- ticles, Perfumery, News- papers and all popular periodicals 4 i i i Prescriptions Accurately Com- pounded Day or Night : : : : Sjrxyijcjgirjfjcyyffrjqprtyrsiiifjc Locad News. Arthur Smith spent the holi- days in Taylor. R. B. Dickenson was on tho sick list last week. Rev. Bowling made a business trip to Waco last Friday. Harry Rogers was here from Rogers during tho holidays. John Hodgo traded his farm to Knox Ramsey at Prairie Dell. Charley and Clarence Eastland left last week for Haskell county to reside. E. Millhause and wife, of Mo ebien, spent the holidays here with relatives. Jerry Dalton, who formerly liv- ed in Bartlett, now at Bowie, was here .during tho past week. Mr. and Mrs. Geo, Hempel visited...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 4 January 1907

JK --L-J.1- J, l. 1 Bailey in Williamson. ISylor, Tex,, Dec. ' 30. The 48 of Senator Bailey in this 'gratified at the outco me CSliikeial election in Co- lanchc canity ycstqrday and fel sure thaffiytKe,' test were nut this count uld be even .1 the distinguished I -A. -I . J . pan me v-omancnew victory w tvro of the loc.it Williamson coun ty papere this Week criticised The ?ost's Taylor corrcspnndent for sending The Post an item several jlays ago flaying the farmers, nine to one, were with -the senator. rhe Post man's zeal might have lead him to be a little to sang jine, but there is no doubting the iact Rthat the great majority around Hiere is with Mr. Bailey, The two papers, however, are the kind that irc Self-appointed ministers of right that overlook local graft ia fact, encourage it, and then try to down a good man as Mr. Bai- ley is. It looks to a causal ob- server that some one has, got $1,000,000 to use in the defeat of Senator Bailey and that some of these Williamson county ...

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