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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 4 January 1907

" " '52! lv ? mm .- H May 1907 be a year of prosl parity with bountiful blessinflre to all ,and when vqjiPShtefti--. ' plate buildmgCDme to thel Locsd News. Funeral of Mrs. Wayland! Two Weddings Andy Stockton has returned from a visit to Clarksville. Ii, H. Hillman visited relatives afcJfayetteville last week. Mr. and Mrs W. W. Uunoan visited relatives in Navasota last week. Just arrived at the Coon Hol- low saloon, a barrell of good ojid Alabama corn whiskey at $3.25 per gallon. Miss Leak of Navasota is the guest of her cousin, Mrs. Will Duncan. Just arrived at the Coon Hol- low saloon, a barirel of good old Alabama-corn whiskey at $3.25 per gallon. For the first time in seven years the Tribune appears tnis week without the half page ad of that well known firm of Leslie & Lind eey, caused from a dissolution, but as Mr. Leslie, who will re- main here, is a stronpr believer in advertising, the public will , doubtless Bee his ad many times in this paper during 1907. LOST Jack scre...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 11 January 1907

J- wayJMJ utte 2$. F. CJTES, Editor and Pkoprietob. BARTLETT, TEXAS, JANUARY 11, 1907. L.00 Per Year. VOL. XXI. NO. 37 J i n v .& k it 'a a a The City's WatcrMWarlisV We print bolow a report made ' by City Seorotary Llndemann to the City Council of tho city's water system, showing amount of money spent end how spont, and money received from its be ginning to Deo. 31, 1006: To the Hon. City Council: Gontlemon I beg leave to make a short roport and give you synopsis of the water works sys- tem of the City of Bartlott from tho time the city begun work to data. I have taken tho liberty to group the whole into different items, each belonging to its spo oial group, The first item charged to this aooount was allowed on Nov. 3, j902, when Messrs. A P. Clark and L. P. Talley, then alderman of your honorable board, were soat to Beaumont to investigate the drilling of artesian wolls.. Tho City began drawing rev- enue from its then incomplete system on November 15, 1903, so that this report...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 11 January 1907

r if THE BARTLETT TRIBUNE. ESTABLISHED 1880. CnUred ndclai Matter at the Pottoffic. Barttttt. Texas. One Year -1.00 Six Months .50 .25 Throo Months... R, P. CATES, Editor and Proprietor. FRIDAY, JANUARY 11, 1007 Anti nrohibition carried in QrimoB county last Saturday by about 200 majority. Bartlett's cotton roooipls aro larger this soason than Temple and Belton combined. The 1007 water wagon started out with a fairly good load. Bo carotul, boys, lost yo fall off. The year of 1007 promises to bo a bright and prosperous one. Let us all put our best efforts iorth toward making Bartlett a Better towr. The most disgusting thing in ihe world tc us is a negro dressed up in a uniform and called a sol- dier. He is nothing more than an Irresponsible brute. Have you paid your poll lax? Remember, you can not yote in, any election that may coma up thiB year unless you havo your tax receipt. Bo suro you pay your poll tax by Fob. 1. Judge W. D. Jennings former- ly of Belton is now located here. He...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 11 January 1907

1 W VTw s. T J- . -Y -- . - " """" " iii "'' ' ' i - - . i 1 1 , , .. ,, .,.,.. .,. 1M, . , I ilbi ' II J 'I o Fi'-fifr J lit .?; ' rf r-C - J. -ft' o kvi' e4t" IVK V ''.,. ; a-fcF llK ma, 9 v4 r? 32,000 acres of fine agricultural land in Swisher county, ranging in price from $9 -to $25 per acre, owing to 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 of this land. 30,000 acres in Haskell, Knox and Baylor counties. 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 arid prices for sale. County News. W. C. Evans has moved from Granger to Killeon. MrB, B. A. Strange died at her tn Georgetown this week. Taylor has reoeiyed something ovor 34,000 bales of cotton this noaeon. Milburn McCarty, one of Gran- ger's promising young men, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 11 January 1907

Iff w w : P" Kir O ;, . r in THE BARTLETT TRIBUNE. ESTABLISHED 1886. fin t red .. .nd-clan Matter at the Postoffic. Bartlett. Texat. Ono Year Six Months- Three Months- 1.00 50 .25 R. F. CATES, Editor and Proprietor. FRIDAY, JANUARY 11, 1007 The skating fad has struok Bartlett agaim A good hotel building would tie ono of the best enterprises our town could have. TnE report comes from Arkan- eaw of heavy downpours of rain, and the bridges of the railroads in that state have suffered groat- Suppose that Pierce did lend Bailey money, in hopes of get- ting his influence in Congress. Can you find where ho ever suc- ceeded in doing so? Don't let that briok school building projeot esoapo your at- tention. No use talking about it, Bartlett needs and must have a new sohool building. Get busy, everybody, and talk aobool build- ing. A deal has been consummated atBrownwood whereby capital- ists of that city and Austin oome into possession of tho Houghton RobinBon ranch of 10,000 .aoros near Mile...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 11 January 1907

a i i '. ,vr S"J - ii' : n - '. rtv. a..'-. . i FiA r.Mi'A . && ew .'A' - Mi '(& P" l&r?'. tJ. &$ $ I 1 lv l4.M T, J " -r. v nas'!1 ". SP' - .TO, . t r RAILROAD Tim TABLE. Day train .............2!l6 Night train South 10:40 p. m flight train Ncrth.. .4848 n. m. LOCAL MENTION. MreSchomborger visited in Granger this wook. Hit. v . Ohue. Stoong trmdo a business trip to TaylorlniaSgfejfc, Honry filll of HoUanJJEvaB a pleasant oallor yesterday. W. R. MoCarfcy of noar Da- vjlla waB in town yesterday. Casper Shults has rented the Phillips farm at the Grove, near town. - R. L. Huskey left yesterday lor Miles to look after his land in terests. Miss Mary Lynoh loft Wednes day for San Antonio to enter eohoof, G. W. Gibson was in town Monday and remembered the Tribune. J. J. Stein of Haskell county was here this wook after buyers for WeatenUanda. W. C. Baker of noar Davilla was hore yesterday. He has lately- sold his farm. Robt. Hendrioks of Granger was in town yesterday and...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 11 January 1907

"-"irwjr B (W !i w K. Kt r v- AArwyvAAJwivrtrwrfWAAirtrTftf A 4 McCURDY PRESCRIPTION 3 At McGinnis Drug Company's Old Stand 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 p e r i o Prescriptions Accurately Com- pounded Day or Night : : : : JM.JMtJV1-V-VV-V--V-Vt-V--V--VA-V-JrjM-Tir'W'JUtVttni'a LocaJl News. A. B. Welch wbb in Austin this week. J. W. Jaokeon went to George town Sunday. Ed Laughlin went "to George town Sunday. i.Toa Lindsev of Granger wae hero Tuesday. Tr. Ed Jones of Marlin was horo this week. B. L, Pennington of Holland was here Saturday. M. Pace was a court juror at at Bolton this week. B. F. Joiner was a court juror ct Bolton this week. R. E, Laughlin was a George- town visitor this week. A. A. Gunn returned Saturday from Haekell county. Mr. Hotman of Fayetteville was here Friday prospeoting. J. N. Gunn of Oenayillo was hero ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 11 January 1907

I u Lady Used a Revolver. Senior League Program. v- n Farmers' Union. "The Farmers Union held an in- teresting session at the court house last night when addresses wre delivered by prominent members of the organization and a number of Belton citizens. Other sessions" wetiheldlyestcrday and this morning. C T. Tackson. vice-president of fctie'Unjon, gaye us the following points: "Some 26 Unions repre- sented, while there were other -strong Unions not represented on account of mud and bad weather. All.are stronger in tile faitn of the success of the Union, and, in fact, alLor more determined than ever before. Wc had with us Bro. J. C. Jones of Caldwell, Burleson county, Texas, who is traveling in Jthe interest of the Union. He gave us very great encouragement in rep'orts to us from other parts of the State, and that the ware- house plans or a success through- out the country, and this plan will toe preserved with more vigor thts year, 1907. The next meeting will be held in April in Bar...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 11 January 1907

"V T "" xTfrr iiefHffileffiSiiglPil3iiHk 1 K 1 U H 1 h Kt V r fi n a JOiilOtl?! I Lum Going to biild? Be the Kimber bill lejrge or small we shall appreciate giving you oir figures. We are now installed in our new quarters, the former Welch Lumber Yard, and are fully prepared to serve yoi. Every- thing kept in t first class yaurd. Yours for business, KJa K H Lumb ii ii iii in i mi taifiuzw irntrkwmn SHightower Lumber Company J t)Ab- LocaJ News. FRIENDSHIP. Mre. C. C. Bailey is on tho eick list, Will Teinert roturnod this weok Irani a visit to Austin. J. B. Duncan visited his San Gabriel farm this week. Mrs. L. A. Sanders Sr. is vis- iting her daughter in Cleburne. TurKeys, chicHens and eass wanted at Lawrence Sros. W. M. Thompson has had a laeat cement walk built at his res idence. TurKeys, chicHens and eggs wanted at Lawrence Bros. Miss Alma Miller of Nelson--villa is yiaitinp: Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Halechok. TurKeys, ChicHens and Eggs wanted at Lawrence Bros. Mr. and Mrs. Jno, Maleohek...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 18 January 1907

"H "ijpjVii L: F. GATES, Editor and PnopniisTOR. BA.RTLETT, 'KEXAS, JANUARY 18, 1907. SI. 00 Per Year. VOL. XXI. NO. 38, Pv ' 'ViHttVjf, '. . , '.. ,vs i . , - w ,- r '"'varrsHR'," H)W i - t !l f .a V A.' ft,--; VZ 'Hi TK r have put house cleaning with us - s acco yve do new. .not want, a single These . . . Clearing Sale. ? of mens and boys suits "and overcoats. The prices put on the Balance of our stock: should command the attention of every man who needs a new suit or overcoat. You cannot appreciate the great saving these prices mean to you "unless you come in and see for yourself. 3c For remnants in calico fleece goods, boige ef- fect, Every yard is worth 6c to 10c. Re- member only - - 3c The Governor's Message. The first message of Gov".' Thos.M. Campbell to the legisla- ture, of Texas wob tranBmlttod Wednesday and the following are some of the 'salient points which it contained: Platform demands being the latest definite expression of the people gn the subjents to which they, r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 18 January 1907

w.y ;. fi T,"- HV' V P It s !C-' - THE BARTLETT TRIBUNE. ESTABLISHED lbbO. Cntenid . nd-olatg Matter at the Poitofflce, BartletU Texas. Ono Year- Six Months Throo Months -1.00 ...,50 -...26 R, P. CATES, Editor and Proprietor. FRIDAY, JANUARY 18, 1007 TriE-editor of tho T ibuno pro- poses to wear his democracy straight that's all. Senator Mayfield, of this Bona- torial distriot, will introduce a bill to suppress the jug trade in intoxicating liquor. During all the fight no ono has dared to acouse Bailey of being dishonest. They (his enemies) just want him put out that's all. It is a woridec that some peo- ple do not attempt to have -a law passed governing tax collectors, fluch as compelling them to do a crodit or rebate business. Remember that to be a qualified voter during 1907, it is absolute- ly neoessary that you pay your poll tax before Feb. 1. This means city, county and state. The Editor Plays Forty-two. I attended a forty -two party a few ovenings ago and distin- guished myse...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 18 January 1907

'vv"" -SWr'?7' .",7 ' T'T''T?W'BrTirfifV " T?f)f"??B1,'!F '1 ""T'JUT''ET "'' " "r' " r"" n'r'T"'yTFW,,T-y'' ' 'nrw.'r ' - w f , PHSSHnBawiRsw ,: MBHHHHWi! LiiWM,,iiii,L!BamBBBIcaiialiiill'Jtaj-lJi,'lJ-JJ'u-.lij;;Lja-a' "wwJ 11 lilliii.,ui'vl'iiiia-j;iuyr,VMWw n "iw-'jinwjj"inriiuinwiiiJiLiiniiiM n l i u iiiyiiiMini ijimiih. imnii uniim. W!lSE8EinSrWB8CHBffiaEa2a!nBSK l" ks'jd &&f$ v0: -v. ., ..' A'H '. !d' '..S.!. ic . j,a.-'v i l&? m v ; ill,- ' -. 2.nv : .. SU,..,'. ' wvi;,' l ,,:-- - o : - - 0 a w .r '.."'''' --'". f nWCSWI!! we nave 5 piie xra "" 'tifM, ' Sbof laiidrin Hasiell: i'-- . st Igjaoi tang an nasKiJiQigonL wniGn, we are offering special 'Mdaegraents to purchasers who'; will improve same at once. This land is black, waxy soil. Will be sold in 160 acre tracts, on -terms to "suit purchaser. Every acre can be. put in cultivation; we guarantee wood will pay for clearing. This is a choice location .and a big bargain for some, one if sold at once. -; -- . "'. Coun...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 18 January 1907

- . ' 'v . e m y -. 'K , 0 i t- I & I Iff ctoab sifRULY eWSm k - .Jan;;- .jmKtW , -! JJk ."firj.sss'i K'i jt i -' .- ?mK ?mWBExm.yx.amr -,x!ammi?r:w M wr':,'i('lly MUMHW am I'n 1 IJ -iWAXicaaj .v:-jy.. , , -ri - ... ,1arrDWiiPIE.?' .. '-WWi- ' - . - M.i; i. lAff-Tfti'fi i f Hi 1 JWWlMlv ing the last six" OTMrathan ever before in the history tUoUWw AltORED iwfflipi fli fimmam wwtt umimmx ... ... .... j,mc:-v;::--.v;:-vv::a"is Hi gpf i ill Mill i' "simm sometacts that are worth mentioning! . we have some - iVJ':::'l; I iIM'MIhH i!-- ;.': jyflr ok nn on nr ia nn anH i9..Rn mts ift, fVnm rnr hio- fall . f-ii::M::v-W Iff PI Wi M fe if IS Mr fell! .;- II f?M Mil -;' ;, (ffiSiyR IS ; 51. :'' "id THE BARTLETT TRIBUNE. ESTABLISHED 1880. entered nd-olats Matter at the Postofflce, Bartlett. Texnt. One Year Six Months- Three Months. 1.00 50 25 R, P. CATES, - Editor and Proprietor. FRIDAY, JANUARY 18, 1907 The ico man is in his glory tbeae beautiful summer-like days. The .bucket shop busines...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 18 January 1907

rTTW",,r"Vf ! TP'Z.ryj,T3JyK$r:',Zl 5". 5!' T'Tr nup.! -y.,y I V KM'" r ,-. RAILROAD TlttC TABLE. TurKoys for Sale. Pure bronze turkeys, single Toms, $2; per pair, S5. Eggs in season, r,so"for 10. L. W. RdniNsON, Bartlett. Emy train . 2:16 Sight Un!n South 10M0 p. m. ul Wain North .....4:43 a. m. JAL' MENTION. "j WlTJ . K'.f ?,"' I!1 PW . if i-& ' m- Ma ram A v,. - - jV.-.JJ. Crenshaw 18 at Ban An-' ,A golo on bu sin cess. ,' .- Cba9, Molosrior mado 'a busl- tJ riesa trip to Bolton this wook. ;, Views of Bartlett on post card for sale at McCurdy Drug Co, vl ki - Eldor D. Ponnington of Taylo ,',' " was hero ibis week on business. Will Daugherty of Sanderson ia horo on' a viBlt to hia mother. Mr. and Mrs. Chan. Adams, of . Althea, worein town Wednesday. JDr, W. S. Ferguspn mado a business trip to y&co this wook. Those Viqws of Bartlett qn poet ' cards lirri beauties, at McCurdy , DrugCo. E , , 1 !W'.. E "Cox has' purchased tho faultvter block' 4ot adjoining tho 'tfrOflf titian...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 18 January 1907

"" "T95j Jfc:SJ!'" ' JFT? 'Plaf " T "P1 -t"Wy- "" " ' ; ' " jfT Tr p .WfjrjJfJ .' . jfe ' i'-4W . SV.-T JV rf Ji. .... Jl. ir .TWaV .fW iftniV 4 ii PRESCRIPTION At McGinnis Drug Company's Old Stand 4 ' -.M. Carries A Full Line Of i 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 i i i " i i i I Prescriptions Accurately Gem-: pounded Day or $guumi.wp.njmLwwFll9c'ir-v-v LocqJ. News. Jas. MoKeo wont to Belton Sunday. R. N. Crow of Holland was here Tuesday. Rev. W. M, Speegle of Davilla was here this week. One of Mr. and Mrs. Ooie Cline's little sons is siok. Jno. Woodall of Holland was hero Monday on business. Little Lillian Benson was on the siok list the past week. Dr. O. M, Blair made a busi- ness trip to Sealy this week. J. B. Hennington and son of Vilas were here last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Donson of Granger were here TueBday. Dr. C. C. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 18 January 1907

2KB V 3t I ' ", M?w"sr",,r .am;'! flj , 1 T . TJ., " jh3" ff7" -,,'Tr".r"i!"v " " 'T' "t Tvf-f r ' "i wmmr" W: ,',? t ; .t.O Hj... $v IW- Sowing and leaping. TOKV'- Ai most without an oxoootion vo found that evil doers :ieir allloa and active, vigi- ever prosont and persistent son tho fighting lino in t&hd but, waging war on Of paper, if thoy daro pcnfscutlio cauBo of right. siiaon'the other hand we -iSifujtl '. iowft ; tak ; ' 'M-M Whllfe '.'v'hbisen obliged tp.dopidethatj vtb'fwBO degree, that 'olawfyu ' citizens who stand for ctoanlinoss -a in "public and private lifo ia a 'paasivoioroo, until aroused by a a apmo violent outbreak of evil, whn a moralwave of public son - - timent ia arouaod and a storm of puolio indignation oorroota if not eradicates tho evil, Shawnee 9 State Journal. This ia true, we think, quite iruti, and wo also think itja quite . natural that it is true. Moat; tii on are given to attending to , their. oWn 'business, Aa a rule, this ia unquestionably ao. I...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 18 January 1907

wtmtmAfp' ISmggl BMMBaBMyiBMiMaHaHBgtft i A , J SB li. KML K rc- .-: ' E4 t 1; Going to bviild? Be the lumber bill latrge giving ypiuLcrur . f igllEgsrWe former WelgfcX'umber Yard, thing kept in CORN HILJ,. P While a few faces wero mies-d that have moved away, there were several new pupils enrolled the past two weeks who more than filled the ranks. Ourteach- ers have all tho work they can do. We hear no complaint and hope to eo the old timo pride of the Corn Hill peop.o in iheir Bohool revived, We think, Mr. Editor, that some of the Corn Hill people are drinking goat milk from the way they butt-in to other people's business. Rev. Spradley of Jonah bas been called to the pastorate ot tho Baptist church'here, HehaB moved in the parsonage and preached Sunday to a good con- gregation. Messrs. Walter and Bonny Watkins bought A. Stevenson's stock of groceries" last 'week. They expect to carry a full lind of staple -and fancy groceries. Mr. Stevenson will engage in tho peddling business. T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 25 January 1907

J,.,-,. -fB-Cv-l -,,-, --minTl"'wx- V - f rit-j'WM-jrt",)'"'1111 TfCT" ',W'" i -."" lvntwrnrr" timm& K i I if $ i.:., r H. F, OA.TES, EDIT0U.ANp.,PR6PRIET0n. V ,rt Til" I - 1 ' 1 ' ' 'r 1 ' 1 - n i- - - -, - - - - ..-- . . 1 Don't hesitate to give us your businessyou will be well pleased by. so doing. We buy goods rightwe buy them for SPOT CASH-giving our customers. the benefit of such. The old goods must be moved out regardless of price. We will positively not carry over any goods into spring, if we can sell them at actual cost. N are arriving-we are showing an elegant line of New White (.Goods, New Embroideries, Ginghams, Percales -etc. " Off,-.' j & -J 3c Fo'rjromnants in calico fleece goods, beige ef- fect. Every yard is worth 6c to 10c. , Ke- member only -. - 3c Fourth Number of Lyceum 1 Course. Echel Maroa Surface, tho "Maud Adams" of tho platform, in "Tho Pretty Sister of Jose" And a miscellaneous program, at Stanley hall next Tuesday night. Below are somo of tbe pres...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 25 January 1907

MM r-w, i yi4,WAUllHfTPrjuVl ' "rr-'i" - TT " lfTJjlT'y HWr ' Jl" ! ,VIf '"T'Wip 'fingyryr- m T I u No THE BARTLETT TRIBUNE. ESTABLISHED 1886. ntred nd-elaia Matter at tho Postoffic. Bnrilett. Texot. Ono Year Six Months Three MontbB. ....1.00 50 -...26 R. P. CATES, Editor and Proprietor. FRIDAY, JANUARY 25, L007 Will somebody please got bU8y ana start a moyo for a new school building. Hurryl hurry! hurry! At tho rate of $50 per bale Bartlett has already paid out about 51,500,000 for cotton this season. In Grayson, Collin and Denton counties green bugs havo injured wheat to such an extent that many farmers will plow up the ground and plant in corn and cotton. Plain Tom vs Gov. Tom. Fifty dollars for one bee may seem an extraordinary price, but such wad the sum paid frr a. queen recently imported from Switzerland by an enterprising aviarist in the Indian Territory. Bartlett gets lots of cotton that ought to go to othor towns, if they were as good markets. Bring all your produce to Bar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 25 January 1907

v iggr'- wmT?wW aSpw ww mri ' miy HI" ' ' I im ' -W-r 7t t" r .T?nrrw,'H?T7v twrj"' 1 IV ft ISfr" .i Wl IPS? I T lc- : Lr. 1fl 'ir DOITNcfvf"! 1 Procrastination is the Enemy of I IS U G C E S S County News. Tho big road roller and rock - crushing machine ordered by Williamson 'county some time ago Ib being tested this week. ' J. M. Mathis cold his farm about 5 miles -west of Florence this week to J. 8 Wright, and is preparing to move to tho western portion of the state. Mr, Shelly Wllliama, sauperin- tendent of the Williamson county convict gang has purchased the I. N, Connoway pluce in the Andiceneighbofhoodv 'Tho splendid showing made by the Rockdale State Bank is in- deed flattering to that institution. $24,179.29 deposits in the first six days Of its existence. Ro- porter. In consequence of the extreme 1 m.lrl an nnnn wSnfnp iVimiannrla V U41.V ,. WWW.. IWW IHWHWiaHH Q of pouridB of pork have been lost by tho farmers cf Williamson county during the past two months. J. L. Teer of...

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