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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 12 July 1907

r-;- : -eft Hi mtTI TT'mlfhiiflf--'' ,V$ R. P. CATES, Editor and Proprietor BARTLETT, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 12, 1907. $1.00 Per Year. VOL. XXII.' JtfCujLa U:. if a A. 1 !' ?' '' i.y stJ Ke n J '.Sl.y'U.f . W Fl vSi ('" C&XlM4',:i iAUVfgi jftiP "-5, , .-: IZ'U 3 ' if ,:if H . '' . ' : m , S&ttlettY "5000" Club. ?Y Dn last Friday evening some , ' twenty or thirty of the business 'J$$fi of the town met in the lodge, halt their object being to go in- 4, to' .organization for the upbuild- ing' Of Bartlett and adjacentSterr tiwry. J. D. Slawson waselect- 'ed temporary chairman and Wm. Baldridge temporary secretary. . A cmmitte on permanent organ- ' t Ration was appointed, composed .'o' Messrs. Stanton Allen, A. Gersbach and Chas. Houston, 1 arid the following Were appointed as a committee to enroll the'names , of those Who desire to become member of; the organization: R. F. Cates, R. R. Ogden, J. F. Ponder. After some discussion s to the advantages to be de- rived from the organizat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 12 July 1907

rv V MvV r" !T 'if 1, t, . fc; l. ,ft sjfnmmmjnmtommmmmmrtwnmmmmmtommwifi i leparc - jKOPHM Z W WW W J Our.Undertakin . iiMii.iiiimuiuiBw.tiiiuimwiwiiiiiut!iwimni I -a w j: .ci BSSEISBfflSHfiHBHKPSEnOaEK o 1. BffiilEWtWnWMfliBWg is complete wit Hearse, Mod- ern Lowering Device, Cooling Board, Men's and Women's Burial Robes. Prompt and personal attention given day or nigty. Day phone 33. Night phone 93. KggmwwsraraawwMMiMwWMMgM & HARDWARE AND FURNITURE-Your Moneys Worth i 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 35E: stand behind everything we seTl. Ve guarantee you ' your ml money's worth, Our customers know this and stay with us. It pZ-' is as much, or more, to our interest as it is to yours, to get the E; best goods possible. It is a satisfaction a very great satisfac-S- tion to get home and find everything just as represented to flaw- r l i i i i . you. you Teei just iiKe coming oacK. to us wnen y...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 12 July 1907

'' Hi If k? 1 & I 1 t lJl Is u r A l 1 WK -.. Kit A? fc2r i. V i'MiwiwiirtMWW4tfii To Ice 1 have purchased' Company and will LY :i d a r when the house will be kept open from 6 to 9 a. m. and also from 1 2 to 1 p. m. for those who come after ice. My wagons will deliver on Saturday evenings in order that all the customers may have a . supply of ice for Sunday. . PLEASE' REMEMBER THIS. Thanking you W fyr your patronage. ,,-- ( m MURDERS HIS MOTHER. TERRIBLE DEED COMMITTED , "" NEAR KILLEEN. Murderer Arrested and Lodg- 0 ed in Jail at Belton to Await - Action of Grand Jury. & TemRle, Texas, July 7. -rln the littJO'town oiTKilleen, twenty-five ' miles west of here -on the Santa Fe railway, Mrs Hoe, a widow, and one of the most highly re- spected residents of that sectioYi, living on her farm one mile north Aof Killeen, is dead, was kilied last night, being shot through -and through with a bullet . from a -pistol, and a warrant is out for her son,. Lee Roe, a married man .bout 30...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 12 July 1907

w. 1 i. m-ip : N J;v rwm mf' ' Hi, & LOTH I Ife r l PiT I?1 Sfu , IK" r e JBJ'' m . ., " $. '"'I'JJIL'IJ.J'L"" '. ' 'Ml I . I.IIMJ ..II Mill! In I,. I,mh . .i.. ,.. M.M,..I.,I In .My I I-,,..... ..... I " 'j. ' . .'-''i" "-"-S "":' ' 1 I I !,tt tf O ' q'P m II "'" - 1 L" I H If "I 3 S ? g1 1 - 1 2 2 g 3 PT1 i n I s. sr $ I I H3 S 5:88 m ; I 1 I 8. $ - i 3 1 ':1s". I 3 h 8 - B ! I CfQ I 0 h ?tt, I f w- is: g -n I 1 nj 2 ST o I pap 1 lb ? a s a I I c: I I Isr f wOOb r 1 - iO l S 3 Z I J a I 5. s is a I rn I V I Id O 8 2 ? 1 n I THE BARTLETT TRIBUNE. ESTABLISHED 1886 Entered as second-class matter at the Post-office, Bartlett, Texas. Farmers' Union Convention One Year Six Months.... Three Months. :$1.00 ....50c ....25c H. P. CATES Editor and Proprietor. FRIDAY. JULY 12. 1907. Let each and every citizen get to work for the best interests of Bartlett. Enroll your name as a member of the 5000 club and get busy. Fort Worth saloon men decid- ed to keep open despite attorney general's vi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 12 July 1907

;'. ' li ' U 'r . - i . IJIiuSSTSX " '-'i'J JK! . iipniAjjMi. iii 'i ii i liiin r3STII L'l 'riM - i .. ' A n.'i jirt . ri,Mih r ntj. ii$im&jiii .ffl ' tt&ftth0t(i4v&mbftnM ,fc "- i inkMM vrv ."' .'.''X' ' v ;'- fcAKiYitiKo: '.V ft M Ndvv is the time to get your winter's supply of ' C 0 A L';-i; - .t and hot wait until winter when coal is high and hard to get. CARS ARE ARRIVING NOW. COME AT ONCE.: .'.' :V'- T. DENTON. M X a T. Time Table DAY TRAINS 4, northbound 225 p.m. southbound 2:25 p. m. NIGHT TRAINS No, i, sbuthbound 10:55p.m. No. 2. northbound 4:59 a. m. No. 4,' J, C. UUQHLlN. FIRE, ACCIDENT INSURANCE. LIFEAND EVENTS OF THE WEEK Local Happenings In And . Around Bartlett. 4. . (' New Sheet music at Whitlow's. "' ,Read the ad of J. Brand in this 'issue.' ?. ,- . Dri Blair steiepnone numDeris- now 132. ?' bat and wheat sacks at Law- rence Bros. ' .", ,'E.E. Barlow of Granger was here yesterday. J. Brand visited Austin this week on business. Miss Myrtle Adams' went to ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 12 July 1907

X?H .yW$$-.'. 1, . , t n 'i u i i ; ' u u ; ' "' . u """" "l"1 '" n '' . . ' ' . . . 1, : -:.; lw'- ; (;V (i'i in VWiii i'li ili Mrs. L. ,. Belk, Prop. RATES $1.60 PER DAY. Thoroughly rdnovated rooms. Commercial trade a specialty. a .. ....aB,,, itM.,lf. , i.-.,, ,,,., v., ..itT-wrM.j.i.Mi. .... . iTm,.......oi ,.i.i . . ,.,..,..,. .-a.. 5n'iln in Whitlowlr.v'-; te : .".' , :fl 'J ;y At low Prices Poor cKeLp ptcvys e LOCAL NEWS. Comings and Goings of the People You Know. John Bohls of Elgin was here this week. New jewelry lots ot it at Whitlow's. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Roller, a boy. . A. Gersbach visited in .- South Texas this week. Call for coupons when you tx0e at Sartor's. Mrs. York's sister, Miss Hol land, is-visiting, hex. Mrs. J, W. Shinn is visiting relatives in Lockhart. Everything in dry good$ for less at ma nemsonn's. C. C. Bailey went to Houston this week on business. ' Capt. S. M. Strayhorn of Gran- ger was here Monday. Chas. Stasny made a business trip to Temple T...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 12 July 1907

m ,;mm mrWWMW -? wmmM ' ' r . r,w Qv'v, ' tr. : jffrvwl,.'"P!.7--' ou'-rf. - O '-A -. ,.,-'' '". , 'l:,''J;l v '- , v j if '" . 1 M II k u '. mi MhwoftirtwM'MiWMfi MMMtttto ,w if "i i- . ,- "C I3 - i -'i' We, Wafttv Yottr CotteA : Cbfftm 'Seed" u Q ? LI . 'Mv uggies i tul'vft' ' . ' ''..; ' A i, u jftnH vnill rri vnii h fnr rvff 4-Pta, -m A 'tiJ& 4-I.Mk ' I u -.. i ,0' fYIHl M f H w dl S i4l 'v,, 'PV- u B .i v.. . ,-f At - ' Cheap prices i OVER THE COUNTRY News from Bell, William- Son arid Milam Counties. u,iliq. Bell, county grand j.ury will meet-again next Monday. There Will be an ice. cream sup- per' at, . the Salado Methodist chuych, jWorrQW (Saturday) night' . . .Twqttty-two members were re- fin&hA Tw tTnfi Prfcshvterinri church , . , . , V Y 4h y' -in "Cffrfterbn during the month of r ' p' Jil'ne. ', '" v There will be a Farmers' Union .' pfcnic and Telephone Rally to be given at Liberty Hill on July 18 and 19. A farmer named Parker near 0. ' Summers Miliums bitten by ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 12 July 1907

bf "4 'H 'if, ,f j mi v T' ,. I J' r t re- K 4 !ssitf52?sBsaa!S P&jim PicKihgs. ' f Health of the community good. 4 Sh,pwars continue to fall, which greatly inieneres whh iwiib operations. Cotton is in very good condition at present, hut if we should have rains all through July it would mean a crop calam- ity from a cotton crop standpoint. Old corn is made and young corn , is fast maturing. Bro. Sant Roberts of Donahoe dbliveredan interesting sermbn Sunday td an appreciative audi- ence. Rev. Perry Mitchell of Hack- berry will preach here next Sun- day. Mrs. W. M. Daugherty visited Mr. and Mrs. W. G. 'Marshall one day last week. Constable Will Daugherty and wife of Holland visited home folks Sunday. Mr, and Mrs. W. G. Marshall of Donahoe visited friends here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Patterson were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dunnam Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Anderson and Grandma Anderson and Mrs. Burrage visited Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Marshall Sunday. Richard Patterson of Belton visited h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 19 July 1907

'K'V && J if w v .' V -J .7 t1 ttV . J, .. . . H.V "A1 ij,. ; l v '.".;?' . ' i i1 . I. ' - '- , 1 7 A. .:i'..u.L-. R. F. CATES, Editor and Proprietor BARTLETT, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 19, 1907. $i.o(tper year, vol. xxir. . no. iz U ' " ' . . , . CJIk v M JH V J 'i , & "- , 4 ., !' n Y" ft ' W-. " k : 4 -a !t V w LlGUQR LAW PROBLEM. Druggists Accused of follow- ing Old Custom ond Breaking Laws Waco, Texas, July 17. -Violations of the internal revenue law by druggists have been reported by inspectors of the department, in which minimum fines will probably be imposed when the defendants are arraigned in the Federal Court. The inspectors complainthat some of the drug- gists have procured whisky, brandy and other liquors for cus- tomers when physicians have prescribed the stimulants, obtaint ing the liquor from dealers under v the impression that the sale to the patient was sufficiently protected! by the liquor dealer's license, as the druggist charged no profits, merely conveyi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 19 July 1907

-U! 'h r tu , X rjs-ii? rj i r f" & Mi " "I1 1'i i IMWMMMhAMAiMMMM "5 ' fci r ; ft V y ' m?mmmmmmmtntwmmnm?nmmmmmniwtn,m&2 WPWWWB SE Our Undertakio IroerteaBBaaBBaiosgaEagjmgugiwin i 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. g Department 1 l&CTlgseKaZffiEPMraniglililMlfflBJI r iMWflwucusgiagsgnrtMHaaogi ""S HARDWARE AMD FURNITURE -Your Moneys Worth SE: That is what you have a right to expect, and that is what 3 S you get when you trade with us. It all depends upon this. We jE stand behind everything we sell. We guarantee you your gr money's worth, Our customers know this and stay with us. It gjr 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- g tion to get home and find everything just as represented to g mZ. you. You feel just like coming back to us when yo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 19 July 1907

y hi , &'- id i b . te7' ? lt . 'A.. . -- -Jft . . l : I 1 ill I HI. miHWililHiiUMHriiinnj.. .in iliHUMMIIMMMI $ ? Jones Cguntjft -J;, '; Anson, Tex., July lBtVlDOt Editor Bartlett Tribune, -My brother H. P. Kelso and my self fraying recently sold our Bell epunty property to Judgo G. M. Pelts and lnoVe'd to and located in this, Jones county, I wish to inform my many friends there in a general way of the character of the county. The altitude here t is abojut 1000 ft, higher than Bell county, that is Anson is estimat- ed at 1700 feet above sea" level, and with the dry atmosphere and high winds here dew is an uti- knqwn quantity. The county is practically leyel, smooth and rich, it may not be so rich as the best portions of Bell county but jrt,'my judgement the average is better and richer' than Bell county. On my best information gained from several years of in- vestigations the farmers of this county have done better here than there. This is not consider ed 'a first class corn co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 19 July 1907

:jM i V. S :'Sw ' ,'i" u' V' J . - ' n .', Jy MrfW '' ESTABLISHED 1886 Entered m second-class matter it the Posb-ofUco, Bartlett, Texfis. One Year si. 00 Six Months . 50c Three Months ' V 25c - "j - - .. i j n 1 1 , F. CAtES, Editor and Proprietor. L."JJLll -1.1 L ' ' ' i FRIDAY. JULY 19. 1907. For that 5000. After all, law is" common sense To the "OOp-Club' Every- body go to work for a good brick hotel. Scientists have discovered that pigs have souls, but proba- ta they mean only the pigs that have four legs. Philadelphia jPress. The latest Kentucky feud fight was at church. Some feudists were killed, but the serious thing Was the disturbing of the con- gregation. Philadelphia Ledger. There is no excuse whatever lor tms town to tail to vote a schpol bond issue. Other towns all ver Texas are going after the school proposition in earnest. Col. E. S. Peters of Calvert, Texas, is representing the Farm- ers' Union in New York in their efforts to raise funds to build a system of warehous...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 19 July 1907

l&u mm !& 4. $m r : -v. . .. kS. u muii iiWMiuiinniiiiiiilti immi m IB 5W ij ft?! (Is r53 . ' i.r m-' HI, "jT- t f KB a 7 . . f IP'-i '' N mi 1r" feV"v I hi, 1 ,v'. , . ' , & I'-" K.. .-"y, , ' fe"' "1 I ' ' SfeT, - A m "h 1 , - . fc 1- -: : fv-w' ----' -) 1 M K. a T. Time table . . D'A-Y TRAINS No.-4, northbound...!.. 2:25 p. m. No. 3, southbound 2:25 p. m. NIGrit TRAINS . . No.1 1, southbound. ,.. .10:55 p. m. No..i, northbound ...... . 4 :59"a. m. . J; C. LAUQHLjNi FIRE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE.- . , - rs jfc-.i, ' : - - EVENTS OF THE, WEEK v Local Happenings In And i Around Bartlett. v. Tiibune ads arothe thing. p -New sheet music at Whitlow's. ,'i'V T)r, Blair's telephone number is WrT now 132 '.'.., Oeit and wheat lacks at Law- ,'renceBros.. . ' r- - -Ray Adams is visiting in' Fay- W$. ,'ette county. &f$ i Miss Erline Johier ' is visiting P ''R'ftltdn reJatives. ,. , . MM -i . ...r.rti'r.u' .--Zu-l imss iviatiiei-itje vvuitun vjbilcu ' Austin this? week; De...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 19 July 1907

vEl J w& T7" & ,.nf T, r '' -. . ,i ;' (' A Jr V w v,t .iS. r- - 1" "' ' i 7 l I ' ' " l. ii i 7lf rf r i"r'i hi vfc W' ' t i'W'i 'iVoifcn ii' '.ffrt-i i iv .i..t 1. 4 , . ..w r.iTiirfi 'h.ii. i $ vi rfr;.,i...j.-t. 55? IMM9EWM To CIoI MpUCTr i icriic Bay. . " j, OTIHWWW iMi II You Know that Is Regulate e eue prepared to supply dressy men. Our prices svre never higher theui others, often they are lower? we do not offer something for nothing. We have the Exclusive sale for GLUETT ARCH shirts; EDWIN CLAPP New Neckwear Every ALWAYS YOUR MONEY'S WORTH. DYES5 & REIFSCHNEIDER, Men's Outfitters. LOCAL NEWS. Comings and Going's of the People You Know. L. Luedecke went to Waco Sat- urday. Eugene Fowler went to Belton this week. Denver Webster went to Taylor Saturday. ' New jewelry lots ot it at Whitlow's. Call for coupons when you- trade at Sartor's. L. L. Belk made a business trip to Temple this week. ' Dan Messer went to Temple Saturday on business. J. D,' Slawson made a busine...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 19 July 1907

fM. 'V, v - rf " U' ' . 11 yP W T 4 f ;l ,T".f" J , v , . . v . M HR'.', a jw j-Ei - "-;;y "1 r" - - - r - " '- - ' t. . v . ... ..... m . .J. .. -. A j. . . j. - J "V iV.1! WimiWWh flr.ft r'K"-Ht' trf-r 1 I f 'TJTT w??v v ww w v pr ? ftfWftv ta. -J Who We Want Your Cotton Seed and will pay you the top of the market for them ? ,jl . 11 uggiesr o . 2310 L- i , I . M,tM WOKyOi HMMk4V MMIIMPIIIII WMMiWyaMMaMWWBaMMMWWWWMMMM Milam County Values. Cameron, Texas, July 15. The property subject to taxation as rendered) to Tax Assessor JPate amounts to about $12,500,- 000. Last year it was abo6t $8,- 500,000. .Mr. Pate has not yet completed the rolls, ns'the com- mlssiGner's court did not com'- plete its -work until the latter , part of last week. At the meeting of the Killeen Local Union Saturday night the following officers were elected: Jf, W. Pace, president; V. B. Brewster, secretary-treasurer; J. H. VanLiew, chaplain;- P. F. Jamagin, conductor; T. M. HarT ris, doorkeeper. ' Accidents at...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 19 July 1907

pWJ TV , i - ., .. . l-a t ..a:...." , mJL..:l. . ... u u . wmsm i) , SV' i w si . N "s I t ' Ik r. ? If' It ft rWo r i If" !. o v W,JP. Powell Dead, fhrifljul intolUgoJico Vie- crivedliero Saturday, anYiou)tc tpg ifte death of Mr, W. P. Pow- ell vhich occurred athishomti in Clarendon after an illness of several weeks. Some time ago while in Fort Worth Mr. Powell was stricken with paralysis, caused from Bright's disease, from which he never recovered. He was-laid to rest in the -citizens cemetery at Clarendon Sun- day afternoon under the auspices of the Clarendon lodge No. 700 A. F. and A. M. and Panhandle lodge, No. 90, K. of P., Rev. W. C. Hilburn, pastor of the Methv odist church, conducting the fun- eral services. Deceased wa a former citizem of Bartlett, having moved to that section some three years ago. He was a good citizen here, and a good citizen there, being pro- gressive and enterprising in all his undertakings Where he cast his lot he was a valuable adjunct. For many yea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 26 July 1907

PW'ffwBSIW olK ss-t '? ffls7V V m " y- .. '.' JIP&.W . iv: -v..' w . (A- i i' o"" . p. ',..'" wr U" '.'- t- ' I " ' w ,'",- M " ' mb v? " vXr .'. sr OT KM jt'-' y R, F. CATES, Editor and Proprietor BARTLETT, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 26, 1907. $1.00 Per Year. VOL. XXII. NO. 18, iP? t It B Wn . a l.a 5. " New$l5,000Hote Bartlett Citizens Organizing StocK Company to Build $15,000 BricK Hotel At the last meeting of the 5000 Club the question of the erec- tion of a commodious hotel for Bartlett was discussed and con- siderable interest manifested, many present agreeing to take stock in such an enterprise. Du- ring the past week a committee has beet at work estimating as to how much stock can be raised here towrrd erecting a $15,000 hotel, and they have met with sufficient encouragement already to justify the statement that Bartlett will soon have such a structure. The matter .will come up tonight at the Club meeting and definite steps taken to that end. Three cheers for Bartlett's new hot...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 26 July 1907

- jfc. , ffill!&ffiil . h u ' j lu I , I IK I l.c ajwfflffiWTfnTnwtfnttwwtfnmntntftfmwmwmimnirod 1 Our Undertaking Department : 1 wawjjyflWKTifflWMMjm is complete with Hearse, Mod- ern LovYering Device, Cooling Board, Men's and Women's Burial Robes. Prompt and personal attention given day or night. Day phone 33. Night phone 93. ummmt (gfQpr W k.. . -'jm0m00mmmmfermx-:fs3: HARDWARE AND FURNITURE-Your Moneys Worth 2ZZ 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 ff: stand behind everything we sell. We guarantee you your g: 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 Z best goods possible. It is a satisfactiona very great satisfac- S tion to get home and find everything just as represented to S you. You feel just like coming back to us when you again need something, for you know we guarantee to give you Your Mon- f3 ey's Worth....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 26 July 1907

,'.'"! JR. I "T & Si. ' 'Jr , iimnnn iiiMWiy'aAiliiiTiiMiiillAwiiW)yiiWM'BB$i . -f&ti .' U Tempte, Texas, July 20. -The 0-year-old son of J. C. Dyer, Whoso homo is atValley Mills, was accidentallp run over by the wheel of a float which was load- ed with-equipment for boring wells and weighing 5,000 pounds DID EVER TRY IT? The wheel passed over the boy's 4 - P&f Y out Stock :-35est body and the hips and pelvic bones were crushed and badlv broked and also considerable in ternal damage sustained. There LUMP " TODAY are hopes for his recoverv in time. rmrw inn mini .Mm.mmwiimiinuiiii.iii.iiiminamiiuniuiyi-iMW m H i j Hk M I hi m B IHI IBmt I ' Ml mJ i m I , yM Rock Jdl L 1 J i .r- , I I GET - A hi : I HBMT7 afiidHRRI MFI 11 lilli 1 iL cllliPItJlil- S v W IW Not The Only One. Yesterday we were asked if we ever saw a bald-headed woman. We Unswered "No," We never did, nor did' we ever see a woman' walking around town in her shirt sleeves with a cigar in her teeth p-i-sana runni...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 26 July 1907

nrfr.'-m V, - "rip. .'Wff'-iW' ' .. !. '" ur -w & 'fc . i) B W THE MRTLBTT TRIBUNE. ESTABLISHED l$8d i Entered as second-clas! matter atthePosfc-office, Bartlett, Texas. One Year .. ..... $1.00 Six Months 60c Three Months 25c H P. CATES, B4l(or gpq fyoprlalor. - L iwu.LUPW'waaii" FRIDAY, JULY 26, W07. 1! . ' ' Now for a pull altogether. Wasn't that vote of 181 to 21 a Vstunner?" THE question arises: Does a county auditor benefit the tax- payers, or is he a useless expense? Just impress it upon your mind that Bartlett will never be a suburb of Granger, not on your tin type. With a $20,000 school building, a $15,000 hotel, macadamized streets, and a decrease in town knockers, won't Bartleet move up in the line of progress? EoilSve long years the Tribune has been clamoring for better school facilities, and thanks to the good people of Bartlett for the ballots cast last Tuesday for the $20,000 school bonds issue. Tae Salado Baptist church has called for pastor Rev. J. B. Par-' rack,...

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