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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 17 May 1907

4 . 8 M it c ra K V !(. t' ' .rP,r , " "k ft ' i ; & h I ovmtmcQVpp ! taws from Bell, William son and Milam Counties. 1, Rockdale is soon to hive a ;hree-story brick hotel , ,- J. P. Yenrwpod, who lives near Corn Hill, recently sold a Here- ford yearling for $350. Prof. Monroe Walker has closed his school near Rogers and has moved back to Davilla. Rev. .J. S. Chapman, presid- ing elder of the Brownwood dis- trict, has moved his family from Georgetown to Brownwood. Elgin, Tex., May 13. -Mrs. E. C. Falls, last nijjht shot and fatally wounded v her son Lee, mistaking him for a burglar. The Missouri, Kansas and Tex. is having are ice house erected at Granger for the storing of ice to be used on passenger trains. Mr. 'A. P. Johnson bought 9,000 bales of cotton for his firm ' during the past year for which ho paid $421,611.70. -Georgetown Commercial. The' water in Cameron is in (?uch a condition that animals Won't drink it, still the people who are not able to afford cis- terns are co...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 17 May 1907

" . A uu 'V in . rf '1 J,li t.k v I J 7. . I" B IVi- jyv rt , i L." S IV CfeeK laiTTKHfs arc getting mw .. ..., .... f getting dry enough, for lo platituuotton. SomdvWh lo plant over as we .have Fo .nuch rain. ' IV. AtKitiB Ulica ni3 uywiiHr , at Burgess Sunday. isnrs. liOuis urn anu luuimu lit Sunday evening with E. Ruse. fhc singincr at ,Mr. Whiteds turday night was wen attenuea. (Mr and Mrs. Redder spent liday night' and Saturday with H. Hill and family. - W. d Driskill and family visit ed J. W. Whited and family Wed nesday of last week. Miss Evelyn Page is spending ' a few weeks with her aunt east of Rogers. Mrs. Bishop and daughter, Miss Addie, visited Mrs. J. N. Whitcd and daughter;Mjss Marietta, Sun- day. Mrs. and Mrs. Foster spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Graham. Mrs. Moore visited Mrs. Dris- kill Sunday. Miss Dora Underwood visited Miss Alice Darwin Friday. The party at Mr. Chas. Brown's was enjoyed by the young people. $The Misses Drigkill Spent Sun- day with the M...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 24 May 1907

D " , 41 Il Ji't t. F. CATES, Editor and Proprietor BARTLETT, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 24, 1907. $1.00 Per Year. VOL. XXlI, ;N0. 6 .. -ltf'. .ji"'-" . t : ,,. .... ..,,... ...v..2JL. ,...,., i . .... ., .. n,.:;Aiirg!WWiiaiga!t' ( . It UJt Graduating Exercises. i The graduating exercises of (he Bartlett High School will be iteld tonight at 8:30, at the Tab ernacle, and the following pro gram will be, rendered: 1. Invocation, 2. Piano-"Military March," P. Schbert-Tausig. 3. Oration-' 'Choosing a Life Work" -Elmer Gunn. 4. Oration "Opportunities" Laura Breihan. 6. Vocal Solo-"You Are My All," Masheroni. 6. Orrtion-"Humble Origin of Great Men" Floyd McLaugh- lin, 7. Oration-; 'True Nobility" -EllaKoepke. ' Piano "Valse Caprice," R. A. Newland. 8. Oration "Cost and Com- pensation" William Felsing. 9. Oration "Success, Our Goal" Grace Slawson. 10. Piano Solo Miss Watson. 11. Oration "E d u c a 1 1 o n Should Be Compulsory in the U. S." Louie Lindemann. 12. Oration-"The Aim of Life" Tina Jenkin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 24 May 1907

J n ., . .. 9 u KrWi -. iu ? f . J ; ' -, jw -pr ni j J4 tr ,4i -tiM.Ww.ai ' "4. W3(ww4mi (jtnanniiiiniiinwmitaMwiiiiiiif We Walnt . Your Cotton ' Seed Plymouth Twine ana will pay ybu the top of tnejiialket for them ii y You rT win Now i . A 4 ' mBm?rf ii ii"WapnwJw'wrjM'v' "ft wi' naf 'i g4 fi i jyi .i i in mi Km "I !' WJ ff' 'l'Uf H L II iflp -H J I -I , PW V'V' (. - .ssBMgrh 1 Wk i HKyH ''Mmtz f IS- Hi -2 - m a "We have a shipment, and iyou are looking for a better twine, Plymouth will fill the bill.' If you are willing to be shown, give us your order, and get zS ready to be surprised at the difference between Plymouth Twine and others. We want your hardware re trade -s Z. w 1 Bartlett Hardware Co 1 THE BARTLETT TRIBUNE. ESTABLISHED 1886 Vr Entered as second-class matter at the Post-office, Bartlett, Texas. One Year $1.00 Six Months 50c Three Months 25c R, P. CATES, Editor and Proprietor. The New Sunday Law. WE SELL MEAL AND HULLS At a figure that will save you money, and you can...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 24 May 1907

OUTHWE! The comins: California The Garden Spot of the World v" h-V KM' ' lSv- m 1 1 7 : , tt! v. ft' V ' .Si? H -n W' ' ' i r . &r- T. m fin,' ?,'. W t n qft" s :M:, iv. m U ' ta Now Is the Time to Buy Land For a Home or an Investment You vyill find either one or both of the following propositions the best in every respect ever admitted for your consideratidn. and should not fail to avail yourself of this opportunity, which may never come again to the average reader of these lines.. Sixteen thousand acres, LaSalle county, 80 miles from San Antonio, 6 miles from Cptulla, I. & G. N. . railroad runs through land. 730 farms of 20 acres each, 10 farms of 40 acres each, 7 farms of 80 acres each, 3 farms of 160 acres each. i ' There are as many town lots as farms. The price of one farm and one town lot is $420 on long time, easy payments, and $400 on short time contracts. No negroes allowed -in colony. The day of distribution takes place on or before Oct. 31, 1907. Deed to land giv...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 24 May 1907

M.-'.v ' 's1 Jt-nY !iW I1.1! 1 a " .u I t. .' -. A,' &: iV 'W&v1. ; M ','!', 'A'.'- kfffl '',va .c .,' -m; , , 'yyMjy ii'mw , j)(fa,(iDjiiliyiiijT,Tii i....itw ,!,(. i, iiytimi.iuVir.i ii ni.. a, it.i, ..... n iiaBy jy' KWEMKMKxT y . OS rc. i- i- ',-', ,1 - HluiJIHJHHH JMWMwiitMWiiTiiii .v. v U ..V " THE BARTLETT TRIBUNE. ESTABLISHED 1886 Entered as second-class matter lit the Post-office, Bartlett, Texas. )ne Year S1.00 Six Months ...50c rhree Months 25c (. P. CATES, Editor and Proprietor. FRIDAY, MAY 24, 1907. You will often want religion in imes of danger. Chatham. To thqse who want a greater Jartlett : ' 'For they can conquer Who believe they can. " Dryden. - TflJHirohibition camnaijm in Travis coumV is crowing exceed ingly warm ami of course both sides are going to, win. So the report goes. fiy, Barttett needs a ,new hotel Bind she needs it badly.' Just why those 'with capital, and who, seemingly, have faith in the town, Jo not build such enterprises piere, we cannot se...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 24 May 1907

I Si" K I rfr . I W i' i . I w n i "' ' - - -l - --- r-. V :f-f---j,t:iy?'j.i"f ''' 'Ifi '-' '-', ?;' IfifflTTTl . ..!.:hr.-L.-j..i.-.ljimi.,..L ji. j i . , ua.. ,., , WE HAVE THE Irresh Beans, Cucumbers, Squashes, Dewberries, Sweet Peppers and Pineapples. Don't forget that our menu at our fountain . is complete. " We keep on hand constantly all the latest frozen beverages, such as Sherberts, Ices and Pure Ice Cream. We are oevcr "just out." BUCEK&BARTOSH "ORIGINATORS OF SOMETHING NEW." V Cape Jassamiries $ v M K. & T. Time Table DAY TRAINS No. 8, northbound 10:06 a.m. No. 7, southbound 10:55 a. m. No. 4, northbound 2:15 p. m. No. 3, southbound 2:15 p. m. NIGHT TRAINS No. 1, southbound 10:51p.m. No. 2, northbound 4:42 a. m. EVENTS OF THE WEEK Local Happenings In And Around Bartlett. J. C. LAUGHLIN, FIRD, LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE. Wheat bran at Smith's. No brSad as good as that at Smith's. E. C. Haeber is in Houston on business. O. D. Jarrell, of Temple, was here Wednesday...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 24 May 1907

i r ', ,, , , , ; ., Grpcersto Cldse. 'f, SiiiV' ' ''"""- W- "', mmmmmmmmmmmmm .. ( r-T f ft ;-,;--.- . -, -"T'K i ' . . . El . I 1 offer for sale 741 acres of land situated in Mi- lam county. This is the best proposition ever offer- ed in that section of the county. Nearly all of this viand can be put in cultivation; it is nearly all black hnesquite land; no better land can be found in Texas. cAII kinds of water and wood, Now if you are look- fi$ ing for land you will never have this chance again, as this land must sell and it is going to sell. The first ,. man that gets to me will be the lucky man. You might Jl.think this is all wind work, but I must say that when you see this place you will agree with mei This place is located 2 miles from shipping point. 3 miles from the town of Buckholts on the Santa Fe Ry. this place will make 3 good farnns water and wood! for all. This place will be sold in the next 30 days. If you want land come right to me, I will give you all the informa- ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 24 May 1907

-awm: .', "'?'' Si" i vr ' ;, OVEft TllE COUNTRY -.- fr- w i....b.-iWiy-i- tj i - '.' '' f: t-r-i - W fi, "ti. -.- A. r?-r i?rT 7T'. ISf $s i !, && ir w.- 1 i mm m jiUfiits m iMm. "''MSwmP wapraofl W VK' ?v Jews from Bell, WiUiani- spn and Milam Counties. A stock law election will be eld in the Killein district June 29 J. F. Pruden, a citizen of Rog- ers, died suddenly last Friday at Moody. , TheOdd Fellows of Salado are figuring on having a big picnic about July 1. Mr. and Mrs. Joe M. Holder of Taylor have gone to LoS Angeles, Cali, to reside. A stock company has been, or- , ganizod at Granger for the pur- pose of drilling a well and in- stalling a water works system. ' Friends here say that F. A. Ad- erholt who moved to Haskell some . ;nonths ago is thinking of selling mom ana returning o luyiur. mi: Aderholt is in v6ry bad health. Taylor Texan. f. A. Rutledge sold his farm and ranch located about 5 miles west of Florence, on the Burnet county line, this week, to a Mr. Har...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 24 May 1907

h o J? tfc J ""J uMtnMMaMBMan MMMpMHptMiMMMHM I IOt ic Shoes! (jumnimmaiiniiiiimn'iirii'mfPiwif B egins mmmrnm. i 11 I' I y The i r ens h $3.46 Mens patent vici and colt, Junior, EchrV Manhattan or Varsity last, dull mot, kid top and military heel, '8 , - $3.l46 ,,. days .only at $2.96 , Mens patent colt and kid button or bldcher, Am- herst, Echo, Manhattan or Varsity last, mot kid top, mili tary heel, 8 days only at - $2.96 .. OXFORDS In patent colt and vici, vici kid or tan, 8 days only at - - - - $2.66 . .. - $3.46 Mens vici kid and Kangaroo bluchers, 8 days only at ,-' , - - - - $3.46 Mens vici calf, vici kid, box calf or ilenly, Amherst Echo, Manhattan or Junior last, 8 days only at - $2.96 $2.46 Mens vici, box calf, American calf, on Pennsy, Princeton, Foot-form or Amherst last, 8 days only at - $2.46 A big selection of 3.00 and 2.50 shoes in various leathers, 8 days only at -, - - GENTS Elaffjfflr H tffejW j FURNISHERS tsaxassmsxasxsasssasasasaaaimBi NO. 5442 " , Report of th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 31 May 1907

llxM. . femft&V v ' aa i ,,( u i t mti R. F. CATES, Editor and Proprietor BARTLETT, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 31, 1907. $1.00 Per Year. VOL. XXII. , ' BatflMf Tt - u " ' ' ' mm ,PW4iJv . I p h r IP . P o Mutual Holds Meeting. . Taylor. Text, May 29. -The German Mutual Fire, Insurance company of Travis and William- eon counties, an organization of German resident farmers banded together for mutual protection against fires and tornadoes, has just closed its annual ' meeting, held this year at Pfiugersville. Fourteen districts in these coun- ties, were represented at this meeting by officers and delegates numbering fifty-one. The meet- ing, over which President F. Kreuger presided, was harmoni- ous to those having the business of the association in charge. The secretary's report showed a membership up to May 15, 1907 of 381 members, with insurance carried amounting to $710,901. The receipts from all sources for the past year were $966.68, the disbursements amounting to $668.92. Among the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 31 May 1907

eiflWPBRSPifi ' ?, Vtf Mill 1 jl I II I' Ihll W b1'';'''''l'"''" """J"1' mmmmmmvmmwmmmmmWmmWiimmfmM iwtmmmmmmmmtH'mmttmmwmmmmmttK We Want ;Yout; Cotton'' Seed and will pay you the top &fihe market for theim wM3&t ffr r IMWIPIJPI., JWIWi h f-"ff ' Undertaking Department! H Hi ill 9m EDJ 'IU' If " u . . I i 0 is complete with Hearse, Mod ern Lowering Device, Cooling Board, Men's and Women's Burial Robes. Prompt and personal attention given day or night. Day phone 33. Night phone 93. sasgaasajaaiEataaMsiiiHM I HARDWARE AND FURNITURE-Your Moneys Worth That is what you have a right to expect, and that is what you get when you trade with us. It all depends upon this. We stand behind everything we sell- We guarantee you your fc money's worth, Our customers know this and stay with us. It is as much, or more, to our interest as it is to yours, to, get the best goods possible. It is a satisfaction a very great satisfac- tion to get home and find everything just as represented to you. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 31 May 1907

4 mmm m ."u 'Hi lUWtf4rtttAtMttMlh4oMi4MH&kfaJk -TT n- ; j ' ' 7- mmmmmmmmm wcteiiiiMiteiWwrawmiii If " V r? trjf- - OUTHWEST TEXAS REA The coming California The Garden Spot of the Worl Now Is the Time to Buy Land For a Home, or an Investment lit You will find either one or both of the following, propositions the best in every 'espect eyer admitted for your consideration, and you should not fail to avail yourself of this opportunity, which may never come again to the average reader of these lines. KmniTvarTrmfrfff'f'muri'HWfHiffnffJMir.rmi.jr to" u AT IS u : 9 ' 5 ' n ? I ?:- 1 1 I 1 M Hi flB B ftp -v' & L a f, h V jp i", , UT l-rt-i -I .,. w ! If I; IV" V ', A' v- ,v rt ' t to-! n Sixteen thousand acres, LaSalle county, 80 miles from San Antonio, 6 miles from Cotulla, I. & G. N., railrdad runs through land. 730 farms of 20 acres each, 10 farms of 40 acres each, 7 farms of 80 acres each, 3 farms of 160 acres each. There are as many town lots as farms. The price of one , ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 31 May 1907

r w wwrairyr-f a. i,'it' ."' 4?&& " .. .. "!l . ,j, . f sJiL V,v. .,"1 av,' $l HT?1 lM IBM iHNMMMamMHMMHMMKm .'.' MEN, IN BUYING CLOTHES : : :: : : : : : ivMw; 'ft-' w a Lots p.; ft f. h 8 m 1 ' n jfeww fit1 1 IIiji i l)BS w fc " pj jlfiF 'fell lii k!f arc not half particular enough about quality; they'll buy almost anything that looks stylish and fits; especially if the price is low. Its the wrong way to1 buy clothes. We hope you dont buy yours that way; The rignj way is to be sure first of the quality you are getting. "Is it all-wool? Is it well tailored?" A price means noth- ing unless you know what you are get- ting for it. In this store we want you to know what you're getting for your maney; we're not afraid to tell you, either. Ask if the goods are all-wool; ask if theyire tailored right; ask about style,, wear; try the clothes on. But if you see the Hart, Shaffner & Marx label in the clothes, just consider it an answer to your questions; all-wool, clean, honest ta...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 31 May 1907

IWV $wVl '.v'.V i ,; ! .'. H .. ' V ' , ,. '':.'& '. 'fl '.''. $' '! J. wjiiiWliw . TV "ff fc"'J MV wjnj hltt.. i'l. 4p.U a , dm A i I4'-Ytih tmiiiri i " i !!! iii 1 1 if Tiiin i ii - - - - fcttfci. 3fijlnUjfe,irtillillli.-. ' 150 i)HSbis Bed T;m can see at Lawrence firos. a (f" . , i ; hi 'wnn V . ? !' H' : : r fcfe. , 1 1 A." C1.L'U .A i.:' i. . V Btt. 1 '!' B, (.iv m-r s: lt , ...,. -- fowls V" ' ji( ,'' 'o HAVE YOU EVER , GIVEN BUCEK & BARTOSH a trial at your grocery business. The long list of satisfied customers is the strongest "proof we have. A trial is all we ask. We :, have just received this week a large ship- 'mcnt of Sparrow's Package and Bulk ' Chocolates. And don't forget the place to buy REFRESHING DRINKS. I B. a c e -k & Bartosh c MH.ST. Time Table DAY TRAINS No.- 8, nor thbound 10 :06 a. m, No. 7, southbound 10:5 a. m. No', 4; northbound 2:15 p. m. No. 3, southbound 2:15 p. m. .NIGHT TRAINS' v No. 1,. southbound 10:51 p. m. No., 2, northbound 4:42 a. m. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 31 May 1907

'J 'A mh a? i i ' 3M l? 3C L ijfji -MUbu'V m niif . lj :Wf'Vl,'ill'lJl1''11 &' h f A !. s v V r LOCAL NEWT ' 'Comings and Goings of i ' People You Know. the Brand's., fW?kf &LL ' , 1 Dr. Sharp visited Temple last. Moriday. x - Frank Wright is working with Hintz&Brune. ' ywr Artnur Alien nasreiurneairom a Visit to Arkansaw. Frank Stefka went to Waco Monday on business. MrsJChas. McGinnis left Mon- day for a visit at Brady: The farmers want cotton chop- liets. Let the idlers get busy. I Lee Coker of Arcadia was here this week on a visit to relatives. ( J. C. Sloan has recently had a meat residence built near the oil mill. Mrs. R. E. Koepke and child- ren are visiting relatives at Cald- well. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Thornton of Pearland visited relatives here this week. Mrs. J. B. Ellis and babe have returned from their visit to West- ern Texas. Mrs. J. B. Nicholson returned ,. Saturday from a visit to relatives in north Texas. Mrs, Floyd Simmons left Tues- day for Hill county t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 31 May 1907

OVER THEvCOUNTRY wtM Nsjws from Belli William son and HUam Counties. WHHtiMMMWMMWtWHi , lAfn ill rV -r i i L i - i i-v "- r ri ivvw vvcun i uui L-mDiufcwa KV1 i& v; , it l& v : - fi l" ML. 'Lcander lpan boast of three automobiles, say the record. A chaptecjof Royal Arch Ma- sons vas irtituted at Florence last week. ' " Cameron, Texas; May 22. The 4-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. V. E, Beach died last night from lockjaw, caused by a mesquite thorn being stuck into a foot about a week ago. Liberty Hill, Texas, May 27.- Mrs, Zelma Griffith, Wife of Rev- erend Walter Griffith,, died of typhoid pneumonia. She was jibout 35 years of age and leaves a husband and several small chil- dren. Definite plans were consum- - mated at Taylor Saturday by the district Farmers Union for the building of a $5,000 cotton ware- house in that city. Nine subor- dinate unions wef e represented at the' meeting. The Baptist' churchj of Marble Falls is without a pastor. Rev. W. M. Riddle, who has for some...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 31 May 1907

W'iMfMZ KiwlilKSi jv l&lWMIMMMMfmM shoes' Shoes! ho?s! WWWMllBigWWWnT1HBI0BBBtll mmiiiMjauufi tmimwiii m Sale Began ay 25, Closes June 1 Saturday M it. ,, o r f it V rj 2 Days More-The $3.46 Mens patent vici and colt, Junior, Echo, Manhattan or Varsity last, dull mot, kid top and military heel, 8 days only at $3.46 I H ,fl . 1 VIM Mens patent colt and kid button or blucher, Am- herst, Echo, Manhattan or Varsity last, mot kid top, mili- tary heel, 8 days only at $2.96 Sale Positively j"" GENTS UNCLE JOSH'S MUSINGS. TRUSTS. The very word trusts throws a sickening pang to our very souls. 'What is a trust, combine, corpo- ration, etc., any how? We un- derstand them to mean a com- bining of several interests in or- der to do business on a large scale. We are constantly ready on every hand and occasion to reak out a vicious, venemous fight in ever way conceivable to down the trust. Let's pause a moment. Is it right to down the trust, combine or corporation without any particular reaso...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 7 June 1907

mii&i ' r w " '.a !i(. ' R. F. CATES, Editor Aip Proprietor BARTLETT, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 7; 1907. $1.00 Per Year. VOL. XXII. ; , '. , , rt .. '4, ' ' .I mm Mut RHto A. !Mr- . Bv t 'VMikZ'VBBBPW IW Mi . mm 1'otf i 1 fr jp m . K'j' f ' it BV 5. mm m b ?& &mm Dr. RccdSwindled. Dr. Rend, Holland's bartker, is ifenlways; ready to help out the far- py fit&bf that section. It was for this reason that a slick-tongued pretender worked him for $75 last Tuesday. The fellow repre- sented himself as a farmer living near prairie Dell, that he had a ,good span of mules at home that he would mortgage, and also gave the name of a gentleman in town that knew but whom investiga tion proved to be out of town for the day. Later it was learned that there is no one living at Prairio Dell of the name given. The swindler has not been caught but, it is .thought this morning that the officers have him spotted. Belton Journal. The "42" Club. Saturday afternoon June 1st the Misses Pace entertai...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 7 June 1907

mm 9ft IJ lJ 1 fejfe..- u ft i'4 ' ." ,- v, 'f i , 8W $! &i ., ,1 "IMF , HillWiJlftmWH)WMB We Want tfour Cottojri Seed and will pay you the top of the market for them ur Undertaking Department! I H k: ry . m m complete with Hearse, Mod- 2rn Lowering Device, Cooling Board, Men's and Women's Burial Robes. Prompt and personal attention given day or night. Day phone 33. Night phone 93. RBBBMiaflKiM3a8BiM3KBBi8teg BS&Bsaaasss&asifZ&ngawr HARDWARE AND FURNITORE-Tour Moneys Worth 1 ST That is what you have a right to expect, and that is what S you get when you trade with us. It all depends upon this. We S jp; Stana Denina everyxning wb sen- vvu gucucuiiee yuu yuur g money's worth, Our customers know this and stay with us. It T is as much, or more, to our interest as it is to yours, to get the 3 best goods possible. It is a satisfaction a very great satisfac- 1 HE" tion to get home and find everything just as represented to -S EZ you. You feel just like coming back to us whe...

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