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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 8 February 1907

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 15 February 1907

!V'',,W!,y.i "r,"wT .i'' fjfTRf.-" iyv yfw1 i"n(,ipi"' ii hm ".vwif Wf' "'W'vwf'wi'ijwjmfljj) R. F. GATES, Editor and Puo'huhtob. BARTLETT, TEXAS, FEBRUARY 15, 1907. .00 Per Ybab. VOL. XXI. NO. 42 ''fTWTTX'Wfff1'. &&fw I '- ) , 3 $k & BW'tf- i! V. Lv . b;ic Ifc I ,'. R. U I For a Cotton Mill. Yesterday afternoon a meeting wag held in J. D. Slawson's office for the purpose of considering the proposition of a Dallas brok- erage firm to buildga cotton mill in Bartlett. Some twenty of our business men wore present. The objeot of the meeting was stated by Mr. Slawspn, after which J. T. Bartlett was elected chairman and J. D. Slawson secretary. Af- ter some diaousaion a committee, composed of Mayor E. F. Kolley, J T. Battlett and J. D. Slawson .was appointed to ascertain all the faota concerning the proposition for a mill. Another committe, composed of C. C. Bailey, T. B. Benson and W. 8. Furguson, was Appointed to ascertain the status and progress, of other mills as to benefi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 15 February 1907

jif'-"VpiHJ - i m iin jmmip.T, wiv"i tr" " -"M V HW -"" f-in 'A,!fJi4'l ' rv T ' " If Ifc I THE BARTLEJT TRIBUNE. ESTABLISHED 1886. CnUrod nd-clmt Matter at iho Poitoffic. Bartlott. Texas. Ono Year 1. ..t.00 Six Months 50 Threo iMontfc 8 ,25 .R. P. GATES, gdllor and Proprietor. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1907 Wonder how votes there are many qualified in Boll count ? It has cost the state of Texas r 850,000 to find out whether Joe Bailey, borrowed sorao money. Thais eom'e curiosity. At Itasca Q. W. Birohfield & Co. bought the hardware stook of W, E. Stovenson & Co. and con- solidated the two stocks. Grand- view Tribune. If you consult your Montgom- ery Ward Catalogue more fre- quently than you do the Bible, it is oertain that you are loyal neither to your home merchant nor your God. Sappingtons Re- mark's. The Bailey investigation seems 'toi bo a frost, and the morbid people who gloat in the downfall of a fellow man are beginning to holler, "whitewash I" There are people who posses...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 15 February 1907

vfr iLrv ' ""T'w')"f"wsJ'"f " pf v... "iinjVW i . i ti V'" "' ',' l ' r- 15.' IA- lev ; v If. h r- ifc- ' w: :t '.' ft it'. & 1J,"3 IV . ! litf - W: m m? MR. BILL is the Best "Mr. Bill," tho Riding I . is a satisiaction today, tomorrow and ovory day. No "5 other olantor was nhlo t.n do. and no other plantor can do many other things that can bo done and ' are done with ''Mr. Bill." Tho universal verdict is that nMr. Bill" after several sea- sons of hard service in every variety of soils, fills the Jbill and is all that we claim. for him. The mechan- icism of "Mr. Bill" is very simple, the construction yery strong the operation very easy and plant a" straight furrow when others fail. x"Mr. Bill is also a great plantor for dry or"drouthy seasons. Plows, lists, plants and covers 'at one "through."' It is tho most economical planter to use, it being tho only way that you can "lay off" and plant with one oper- ation retaining all the moisture in the seed furrow, insuring quick germina...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 15 February 1907

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 15 February 1907

So .,is -' v HAIUWAn TIME TABU. ?ay trains .. -.........2:16 NlgH train South tflsrht tritfn North .' 10:40 p. m. .4:40 a. m. LOCAL MENTION. ! . .. It. I .!, M ..... ll.l. . I II mmsSmSsmmwsssmmsssaBSwmmh Mis Mabel'Walton ia visiting in Dallas. 25 rolls new matting just in. Walton Dry Gooda Co. J. L. Powell mado a business 1 trip to Temple yoatorday. W. A. Eastland of Belton was here this week on business. Joe Daniel is here from Bal- linger on a visit to home folks. A. McCroa of near Corn Hill wa8 horo laBt Saturday on busi- ness. Arthur and Ed Stile left this wook tor Lampasas to visit rela- tives. ' Z, A. Moore of neir Liberty Hill Was here this week on road business. Mrs. J. S. Hair and little daugh ter of Moran are here on a visit to relatives. Mies Laura Felton of San Gab- riel visited Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Hasting this week. w. D. wray or Denison was here this wook on a visit to E. D. Bozeman and family. Miss Lena Jaokson of Prairie Dell loft this week for Snyder, Ok.f to visit ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 15 February 1907

fpAiV ' fyrpl ""(- yynf '--- ? lit ?' t' !W I ev il? 15" , AAJi,ji,A.n.A,Ai.AAA PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS At McGinnis Drug Company's Old Stand Carries A Full Line Of i 4 i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Painter's Supplies. Drug- gists Sundries, Specialties Griffon Cutlery, uyler's Candy, Soaps, Toilet Ar- ticles, Perfumery, News- papers and all popular periodicals. Proscriptions Accurately Com- pounded Day or Night : : : : Drug Store Phone 44. Night i I Galls Ring III. grp Vt-JVtlJ LocaJL News. C. O. Wilson went to Belton Sunday. Miss Lena Jackson visited here this week. , Guy Jesse is working for the Hightower Lumber Co. T. L. Birchfield of Holland was a Bartlett visitor Friday. C. C. Bailey nrodo a business trip to Houston this week, Lee Shirley of Oenaville vis- ited relatives here Saturday. J. L. Bailey went to George- town Wednesday on business. Miss Lucy Hastings visited home folks Saturday and Sun day. Mrs. C. C. Bailey and children returned Tuesday f...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 15 February 1907

mipiiV- ELaatUMi BggCgSgaaWlTOi usine r Wrm""" -v- W Your t -J r v I' 8K M. w Wi Lv. w;'i ,v,. m: ' - & tU , r , W' 4 A. " Wl,, r ' - Sfe. ' " ! V, R ' V,' it:'- V I iff' IV. I I,; m ? IS''' . lk G.1 V 'J ' ?w." t . n We invite you to examine oir stock. You will find coo loads of Lumber, Lime, Brick, Cement, Barbed Wire, Hog Wire and Corru- gated Roofing. .We call special attention to our new stock &f Wall Paper. We can supply the wants f customers in new up to date patterns. For, paint we Have the two worldwide brands, Trie-Tagg and B. F. S. See their guarantees. Come to see us. HightowerLu immwmmMmmmkMmmmmBmi Teachers of English. BeltOn, Texas Feb. 9. L. A. Hibbard, the secretary of the -State Association of English Teachers which was formed at -the Fort Worth meeting of the State Teachers' Association for the purpose of improving the English teaching throughout the State, announces that a prelimin- ary conference has been called among the high school, normal and college t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 15 February 1907

rfjTVT CORN HILL. as a '?? ? 'a 5 i?- a . ir A good rain woulU'Sbe ' bencfic j'al. Some land & beginning to clod. The fanners are1 up with their work and corn planting will begin m a week or two. In con- versation with a gentleman who is close observer of he weather says he never saw a year with a seven in it that was a good crop year. Let some of the old settlers put on their studying caps and see how it 'work. The piece m the last issue of the Tribune of the roads leading into Bartl .tt from out this way was timely. This writer has no- ticed their condition and it is a shame for a man to have to haul a heavy load Over such roads. What's the use of having com- misoners and road overseers if they are not going to look after the roads. We don't believe in speaking evil of those that rule over us but would like to know when that kangaroo court vt Austin is going to adjourn. Uncle Tom Jones has entered a new line of business. He is agent for the "Life and Works of Sam P. Jones If y...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 22 February 1907

'ISKS""?? itffttf.' R. P. GATES, EditoU'Ap Pjiopbietor. :' BARTLETT, TEXAS, FEBRUARY 22, 1907. $1.00 Per Year. . VOL. XXI. NO. 43 . . ,. p - - 'M . nil.. ii.ii .1 I lrfltfijM..i..i.il,l. ,. L ,. ',.. .".,,.. Ml ......I ! i i - t.i.ili,, ,', .,., .-..., ,,,,.., .,...- 1 .' , ' '.'Al ' '"" -m.i i. if h.i. nm m.i i !' ii '! - """ ' " " " " " "' " ' i . i mi. in .-.,.. mi .., imiimiw i 't-V W U,'. Pi: Ui I. Pt Spring. Gdocte ' are "rivinglj 'f iii dailyand we are now showing the most complete line of Dry poods in Bartlett.' Every dollar's worth of goods is bought as cheap as money can buy it. For the next week we are again offering a few "specials." which once more demonstrates our purchasing ability and also our earnest desire to rid stock Of all winter goo'ds, Our i will be in charge of Miss Rowena Landrum and We can assure you that, we" will show a splendid line, of hats. Come and see. Millinery Department Bring This Coupon and you will get a Fair of Shdes worth 1.50 to 2.75 fo98c v ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 22 February 1907

TIT"' -i '! Aj ' l"lp II ' ' i" -W " ""Tpy "pwpfc I THE BARTLETT TRIBUNE. 1880. ESTABLISHED (Entered,,.. nd-clai Matter ot the Poitoffico. Bartlett. Toxas. One Year -. Six Months ... Throo Montfco . ...1.00 50 J. 26 R. P. CATES, - Editor and Proprietor, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1007 Help u s Ret thnt cottohrmill; if you cannot help finartoially, you can help morally. Anyway, don't "knock." Tun Tribune doos not believe thatatrue, legal, "on the square' cotton exchange Ib wrong, but it does believe that the bucket shpp Byetenri3 6no of the most seduc- tivo forms of gambling on earth There are too many people in oyery town who have nothing to , do but stand around with a lot of soft soap and grease tho track of every poor devil who gets started down hill. Ah, man's inhuman- ity to man is horrible I Give ycur fellowman a helping hand, brother, instead of a kick when you see him going down grade. Farming That Pays. i jt(. A&oviddnco of tho thrift of the Clermaiflaea of farmers who are aecfUi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 22 February 1907

swiffsssp-'iy WiMIIRIfiUPIIBm S 2&99SHSKmrs3Beffi9ravsere33n There Was who Batd she did. not nood to marry She kha,d a porrot that Bvore, a monkey that chewed tobacco and a cat that went out nights. The nvm who has an ,t edison or Victor 1 IliL5J'2. V-..i" l iflnce I - .,. i. ip HO NO OR A E H, s? mi - -."ir . ,lf- i a Ml iMIIHBraMBMIBiWMIHIIBIflTHlMMIK3illfc Pi I We k.re putting oi tke bargain counter t .lot of mens Lid boys riots, sKoes, c8Lps shirts, and many other things at prices thtwill move them. Jl Ladies and reus Shoes .. Chil will go in this sale at prices never before eq!ded, as we are, going to close oit this line, If- money 'talks yours will cer- tainly, say something when yoi; visit I 1 oir store A o Oenfs Furnishers and Tailors County News W. B. Taylor's toy of Buck- holts was declared crazy last Saturday by a jury in the coun- ty court and sent to Austin. B, D. farmer soldT. J. Ercan- - back of Bfell County 200 acres of land out of the Wylo pasture "Wednesday. Sa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 22 February 1907

uinnr i mrri mriiigTrri jiTm-i'.'rgn BinrragTn mi mnnsm -y p' - i 1 1KF , uW ff '- n (l ,1 i I c.H i u llilfi jljYjyr)7jgnTrgTO3ag5MMaMacMaaMfgMBBM g:"rv:arti.ff i ' i 1 li - a V It ' "V if jtt w,' m ' I I 1 THE BARTLETT TRIBUNE. ESTABLISHED 1886. fnUred .. nd-clait Matter at the Postoffice, Bartiett. Texat. One Year Six Months Three Months. ...1.00 50 .....25 R. P. CATES, Editor and Proprietor. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1007 No man, bo he' republican, demoorat or pdpulist, controls or dictates the policy of the Trib- une. The paper is owned and controlled by the one whoso name appears at its masthead, as ' all enterprises should be in order to achieve success. Some people seem to think that a newspaper man can live ,on bread alone. Or at least the newspaper man infers as much when he seos their amount of weekly advertising. No man shown good business sense who does not advertise. Coleman Voice. The Tribune does not fall out with any man because he does not patronize it. A newspaper is, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 22 February 1907

"W" iryjr ip TV,Jr!1FT,''r i- j; ?ji jJjVV ?u; ntoLRtiAD TWE TABLE. Way trains .a.... .. - !2sl6 NlghV if Mn South.. SigntttainNorIi.. 10.40 p. m. 4:43 ft. m. rr- LOCAL MENTION. Ring 74 for all' kinds . of feed and wood-. ' Bornvto Atf and Mrs. H. Hoi- stein, a hoy, Dr, Coi6f of "Waco was .hero last Saturday, Mja. D. H. Stookton was quite efck this wook. Born, to Mr, and Mra. Arno d Gersbaoh", a girl. Dan Messer went to Temple yesterday on business. Phono Lawrenoo Bros, for - fresh broad every day. G. W. Davenport and little sen -visited Grauger yesterday, Fino young durham cow, fresh In milk, for sale by 0. L. Cowsert. You can get Albatross and Peacemakers (lour at Lawrence Bros. Mr. 'and Mrs. Harry Heido will movo into their new home next week. , If you need any good corn to feed or plant see Jno. P. kaw- ronce," Andy Stockton of Eddy was hero the past week to see hiu sick mother. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Stephene, of Salado, wero here Saturday shopping. J. W. Jackson and Sub Bridges ma...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 22 February 1907

inm nm r- "tt(t-. - viiwjh';;' ifrrv r-i-rrfm " K ,Aji,Aj,.r.,ji.ji.j.AA,Hr.ft PRESCRIPTION 3 At McGinnis Drug Company's, Old Stand v Carries A Fu!i Line Of f- - " V 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 Prescriptions Accurately Com-; pounded Bay or Night : : : : Drug Store Phone '44. Night j Calls Ring Fgt V1 WV LocaJi News. Mrs. Allie Shulta was on' the siok list thirf wool;. Mrs. A P. Lindemann visited Temple this week. R. L. Cook has moved from Rogers to near Bartlett. J. D. Slawson made a business trip to Granger Tuesday. Newt Harmon of Holland, was here this week on business. Will Truhardt made a business trip to South Texas this week. FOR SALE Good milk cow. See Jas. L. Bowjing, Bartlett. Deputy Sheriff Crow of Belton was here Wednesday on business. Constable D. McLaughlin of Granger, was in town Tuesday. Deputy Sheriff Wayn...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 22 February 1907

t (TVWlMflJr" i--JT- j- - ,., lt m ni,l.l. III. 1.11 ffll '" . i II Il" --"M - ' i I M)MMMnmMMaaMMM1HIMBV4- P- MMMMWWMMMMmWWWM1HMMaMMMM? 1WWWM -We Want Your Business! J lr.' f a i We invite you to examine oir stock. You will find cejr loatds of Lumber, Lime, Brick,. Cement, Barbed Wire, Hog Wire aund Corru- gated Roofirvg. We call special attention to, our new stock of Wall Peeper. We can supply the wa.rits of customers in new up to dte patterns. For .paint we have the two worldwide brands, Trie-Tk.gg and B. P. S.v See their guarantees. Come to see xs. Hightowe IHWHBB3BUB3Q2S WiiWIHIff ""I1 1 if "i araiflBB Obey The Law. Tomplo, Toxae, February 16. A Traveling prohibition evan- .golist, who visited this city Bomo Jays ago publicly ohargod in "Waco thit the conditions in "Temple with respect to saloons woro disgraceful, the Sunday law and the screen law being constantly violated and that there had been seventy-three liquor licenses issued in the city. This has drawn from Mayor P. P. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 22 February 1907

tA,W W ""wlf f? "t W t V V !, WLi i--jOi vy l ' X. ijpgRrurtyfiSS '"' '" iri'iiy w' jyWnfByey IWiUI1 WWT " wW'1 , -, . I,.,., - , . ,,, . - .j . .Aj '.'.' '.' ,jr, ... ..r" wtiTw I as K --jnMMMHMn-'111111111 ! J ' n iiiii iinawnwHiMMmi AUigatur Stems. From Georgetown 4 ft ' 1 ii r ' Tho "tllALtho community is good"al prwnP ; trho farmorBIh this sootion art! aboutafl through plouehlnjr. Messrs. Wain Mitchell and Roy Covington of Donahoowasinour midst Sunday. Misses Loo Ann and Mattie Hollan wore the guests of their brother, Mr. Oloan Holland, and family Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ooar Via spent tho past week with Mr. and Mrc J. Mathi8 at Ileluenhoimeis Miss Mary Missner, tho daugh ter of Paul Misanor, was) on tho siok list tho past wook There was a large crowd pres- ent at tho speaking Tuesday night and all onjoyed'it, as Bro, Sam riampton ta an interesting sro-iker. Mrs. M, J, Via was the guost Of Mrs. T. B. Sherly Saturday. MIbsos Lummie and Ila Via were the guests of Misses Myrtle, Hatt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 1 March 1907

"hr' " '"' " 'T.' .. u GATES, Editor and Phopbietor. BARTLETT, TEXAS, MARCH 1, 1907. $1.00 Pbb Yeab. VOL. XXI. NO. 44 la Washington Party. Narrow Escape. SQw " T H '. Hi M Club Women celebrated Bd of February with a "prb- live forty-two" party, hold w) wmuovv nan, wmcn wbb rated with the national col- !n banting and flags. The Ihor of His Country" looked jjnly down on the festivo Id, from a festoon of red, e and blue bunting and Jtha Washington also lent her li and beautitul faoe to cele- ce the ocoasion. Dr, Harlan jiented to the club on behalf jhe club husbands,, two fifty liar bills his presentation talk complimentary to woman, md an echo in every true man's larfc. Mrs. 81awaon voioed the lb feeling of gratitudo in a few fill ohosen words. Bartlett men Ivo the reputation throughout atate of doing what the club Imen ask at their hands, now, Lt they have taken a now do- Brturo, and given unsolicited Is munifioent gift, we bespeak the "club husbands" of Bart- Beet the championship o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 1 March 1907

rVSifw WJWH vwwy "' "p11 v p TO"'" f P "f'.i . j - yfo THE MRTLETT TRIBUNE. E3TABLI8HED 1880. nttred - nd-elaii Matter nt the POstofficc, Bartlott. Toxai. Ohd Year LOO Six Months -v 50 Three Months 25 R. P. CATES, - Editor nnd Proprietor. FRIDAY, MARCH 1, 1007 Build more rent houses in Bortlett. Do something to increase the trade of Bartlett. LotBartlott bo a progressive city or die in the struggle. Say, leBt you forget, Bartlett muBfc have a new brick school building this year. "Steady picking wears the stone" it is said, so the Tribune merely wants to keep the idea before the peo- ple that wo must have a new school building or go ont of the school business. The Rookdalo Reporter, edited and published by that whole- souled newspaperman, R. W. H. Konnon, whom the writer knew way back in the '80's, is one of the best weekly papers in the state. The business men of Rockdale are giving the Report- er a liberal share of their patron- age, all os which it deserves. Gov. Campbell has appo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 1 March 1907

PV" l mfcj?t rYT. JW TTJ-f pjtiiwiiritwrsi',rir'" 00$4$ 40 I oo Three Fine Stallions i no. quocw, moon uuy, diucu riaiie anu xuu. jtukiuu riuy iu, iyu. see ptui gree, etc. Bred by E. Fugier. Bred by E.Fugier of Oroston, Iowa. Sired by Julian 20837 dam Grosinotto 14247 (24188) ' Bho by Phenix 8849 (6983) 2nd dam Brillanto (21414) Bho by Papillon 8559 (379) 3rd dam Bijou belonging to M. Bourdin. Julian, 20337 by Picaveta 14242 (33176) out of Suzon 14252 (26192) by Tu Duo II (2910) Pioaveta 14242 (33175) by Uomptear 6844 (7059 out of Bijou(23852) by Favora 1542(764) . Dompteur 6844 (7059) by Fenelon 2682 (38) out of Rosette (7058) by Passe Bartout (1402). " Fenelon 2682 (38) by Brilliant 1271 (755) out of Bijou (3260) by fcavori belonging to M. Bajeon. Brilliant 1271 (755) by Brilliant 1899 (756) out of Ragout by Favori I (711) he by Vioux- Chaslin (713). Brilliant 1899 (756) by Ooco II'(714) out of Rosette by Mina belonging to French Gov't. Coco II (714) by Vioux-Chaslin (713) out of ...

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