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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 29 April 1904

fT.'-t:wa " fyitv & ! a,r? kiMHMMIItuM .M. V " !:;'that vi press. should ,' untirin 6? TRIBUNE c -,:.:: ' -, ", &. Ji Gates Editor ft Prop. li&ntared ns sccdnd class mail mutter at tba Burtlott postofflcc, j. . : , btjutl notices tf 1-3 cts. per lino for each irt!oii4 All advertisements continued un- i crdorei out unless othcrwlso specified, ;(,-...... Terms Q?iti Dollar a Year 'yfHearst, it seems, is spending ; fcis money for hotel accomoda- tions for his friends and Parker tjE,cividing his barrels among the ' four daily newspapers of the coun- .,' try. Grandview Tribune. ' "" ' "Parker's barrels 11" The best information obtainable in these , parts ja that Judge Parker's pos- M sssions all told, do not exceed ' N "thirty thousand dollars in value, &-", ,xnd nearly all of that is made up , oE the littlo farm upon which he Sf',,4 was born and upon which he igcew up as a farmer boy. He Kad the birth. and raising of most tH the sturdiest and greatest men .' , tMss count...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 29 April 1904

s d U, y kv, rftt R if! BW - ?N. K" ' ' Ih MBMORIAM. Jr jDied at 9:2c? a.m., on Sunday, Afiiti 24, 1904, Capt. John T, 1 (J&tlett, aged 65 years, 6 months mmtii jg days. Services and inter- -H f nMnf nf tlin rfloff fnmnn. nl- n irf , .. v .V. "i"-" Vl,l4H.lWI ul y .rfcock a.m., Manday following, jlSkter Rosenstein, of Clifton, offi- Wi?i 'ktciatin?. j ' , Captain John T. Bartlett was fiybuscain Henry county, Ky., No- . tetifflrft!4 13, 1838. His parents , , Ptj'V' tt aS4 thc am'b' '"oved to Sa- $ .,''' jfirae county, Mo., where John'T. tatTr Mr- .mlm.I.I .. r i...- r - . A. ('"ucu, except jor a unci njter- -v.d after his marriage, when he Itn'cd in Pettus county, Mo.,whence Ire -came to Texas in 1877 and fraught and settled upon the dace wliere Bartlett now stands and where he died last Sunday. iWA'i.: ... , ,. JL v.J. W&-Kp,,,s yunK mannooa ne en- A&tedi'iTthe Confederate armv in &e command of General Joe Shelby in which he served until fyj- ,, ttSe close of the war...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 29 April 1904

Jifl 'jt'rf ''VJ I s, Lv " r KtX i' A v" I- County ' Iiems.l'a; - Tho Granger High school closes May 23. , B. E. Matthews, a good citizen "'tti Taylor died a few days ago. Rey. Turnage loft this week for Marlin for tho benefit of his health. Holland Progress. The Woodmen aro preparing ' iio hare a big barbecue at Davil- ' i ia'on July 4. n At Georgetown a few day ago Jno. Haase, near Sandoval, was .adjudged insane. Mrs. E. M. Gray who lived near .Florence was adjudged insane at Georgetown. A movement is on foot to build a new and more commodions Presbyteriau church in Georgo- u town. The contract for a new brick college building at Liberty Hill iias been lot to cost S7,800. Many of our river bottom planters are replanting cotton. - 'The frost did serious damage. Cameron Herald. J, J. Elliott, a prominent busi- ness man of Thorndale has anno- . uncod for flotorial representative of Milam county. Dr Pitts, a former resident of amount SGGO.GO aro secured and S405.50 unsoourod claims, H...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 29 April 1904

WW WWMi y W WWW ii MW1 WW. Ml WWM I W I III ' MWI1IIIIWMWWMiMM MMMWWMMlMwB3mllW , (MMitiiti()iigttiiia9iiaiHitiiieiiaiagagiioaB9tiB69oeotiooiiiotoooiiiac(a(iiaMitkaii aaataaaaaaataaeaaavajaaaaiPa , tJU .'...................... ........i.iill.IIIIilJji i, J 11 American Gentleman I !' fctfV. J !: in - hv ,:. ,.i nv.-w k?, r r ' V S"?4- II I tf. h i Mk IV . it f r .( S-r'-. ' lu -i awiy-" i" r -j, t. liffc, hf 'rf, ' ' liTf S J.f. i. lt m t ' -ii . J w . .f..fl!f. I'r ,-, Lv. a?twi ?y:,' v fc.v," -. wJi u-: . i ' r I I ! ' I ! ft 1 I 1,1 ! Are the -..It " I IMAK - $? , , ' ( io... , f i ( ! 'I "5- ' ! ...HamiltonBrown 0a On April 2d Hamilton-Brown Shoe Co. dividqd $1,000 among 27 fortunate wearers of the above shoes, and alike Amount will bo distributed each month up to and including February, 1905, or until they have paid out $12,000 cash. Call for our handsome little booklet entitled, "Our $12,000 Prize Story" which gives full particulars regarding this contest, and tells in an inter...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 29 April 1904

,.rw' . "" , 'V'1 A' X.. ' ' V,' ,.' U . ir-- s 'in 7' lV - ' i '!.- . IB: V' -V if i(. .''A ' w t . M-C ' STATE NEWS New rice farms are being put in at Aldine. ,W,ill Murray waB hanged at 'Beaumont Monday. '" R, E. Engler was found dead JMar Virginia Point this week. '$.jThe case of Cortez was on trial at Corpus Christi this week. The Association of Funeral iDireotors met at Dallas Monday. Dr. Tabor denies the report of i .yfcllbw fever at Neuvo Laredo. 't There is a friction at Denison between the clerks' union and the merchants. S. J. Jonkins, a prominent 'no-- gro educator, dropped dead at . Austin last week. An old insurance charter has been revived by business men at Qalyeston. The Postmaster's association elected officers Thursday and ad- journed to meet at Dallas. The Beaumont Federal grand jury adjourned last week without taking up any oil cases. Miss Lula Sandberg was mur- ' tiered last week near Manor, and ihe body was concealed in (1 thicket. Nothing has yet been heard ....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 29 April 1904

Wif m nHPrvw ftwrurt M t V.'iir ' w X ,' t hj - -" . 1 " T taiOESflWW'Wi l?'ww'1jm iwmiaanMnii , .1 M tuiwniwii 1 1 'ii ii in ii i, r iiwHiagaa.Ta&'.'mrsii WATCH OUR IN :-: COUNTE i: K! a U i R ra: f .t I .w Ln IT" l?. IVr i Y.Z SP5i1 2 i'p fA-.M liftu. If v V f ii ( K -; IB.V I sr-j SM ,r?f& ( &' 4 IujJj ".74. V S . t'-i I h K j -t IJt I- h l&.. . i" A I i V ,0 ,4 w And note the changes from time to time. Something new every week, Goods that are seasonable, attractive and greatly CTfDERPRICED. 'WS O nan WjTJ -l ne-Fourth OFF v 11 Pattern Ha NEXT. WEEK. I V i ' I -WW J " ' t 1 g! ,i f f J ?-' hi .' v. i We Invite comparison of goods and prices, WALTON. T5he New Gash Dry Goods Store. WW I--"MUUMuuuuuuMuuwmuuuui RAILROAD TIME TABLE. Day tram South 2:43 p. m. Jay train North 2:17 p. m. Iight.train South 12:15 a. m. icht' train North -1:23 a. m. Local mention. few Jowolry at Whitlow's. toltt. Rowntree was on the sick liBt this week. Charcoal at Lucas Rowntree'a. Mrs. D. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 29 April 1904

f -.WTr-u-a ," ,J "v " ' J -rr , ' ' t. " , , " 'J -1fiJ. -VA, r ft ' 1 . . ,.-. I H11! iiirfSlMiMSrli'wHiwiiii iMIMIMS t'llMSi'iiS nfianiiNiiiijlH iitwi'nai'iiiiiiii'iiaii'ii'iiiiiiiii wi'ill'? ! (jJlWJj SAM F. DRAKE DEALER IN & ,'V DRY GOODS, HATS SJIOES, GENTS FURNISHINGS ' AND GROCERIES. X V " - Hi est Market paid for COUNTRY PRODUCE PHONE lO. cay In Joe Barnhart Building, j tt OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO West Side Market CHOICE MEATS. IWo hiivo bought thoMcKooMeat Market fand wilL use our best endeavors to sup- ply you with the best beef, pork, sau- sage, lard, etc., the market affords. Prices Reasonable. Your Trade Solicited, D. B. McKenzie. , 100000000000000000000000000 E . 1 ttAilTjnuiLTumi.7:.Uijh7;yHlji17.tiL unTniii.iTimii.vi)miT 11m im.1 einESSiSiSiS ii.'i iii,iiiiiiniin,iiiMiiii.iii,iiwiiwiifiii;iiii;iiiiiMiiih',iijiZ',iiih? ri v i 'l'1 s1 '1' 'I' nl' I' 'I' 'r 'y 'i' V I' f 'r v 'j1 'i ' " 1 i' -r T 't1 ''i 'iir yt ,t 1 .4 tf Local Mention. v Geo. Walker who lives b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 6 May 1904

wmmm j . i i f 1 i i -i Hi F. CATES. Editor. BARTCETT, TEXAS, MAY 6, 1904. VOL. X1X NO. 2. ".j. . .... j--s. a. i. i.' L-.F Tnl '"y1I Jl SL Ct "" I mm ttmraeu aiommr. . - v. k.r v, - w r -L ; , , , .At -, t't far T I 'in W ,. ,l tL' . V3 v..s & B.ul 'f h KV -5C- F ' From Corn Hill. "lJ To' The Tribune. '' ih v&s I expect to be associated g.Tith the many readers of tue S-n1une, through' its columns, I Trib- hopc first ap- I 'am welcome on this, my .iw, ivpcarance. Although you may E),Jjc neyer know me personally El. J ' vvnii will nltvnvQ Unrllvr rr I hope ' f vol! will alwavs kindlv remember "Drusia'' in the Tribnne, iftSi' 'Ntrt- T Ui.-lof-.n nnl Anrritnr itrf AMIsg Eva. went to Georgetown Wednesday shopping, --- - O -.-- Dr. C. C. Foster went to tin last week to attend the Aus- State Medical association. A crowd from here last week vwt"T "rtewnerrv nuimnp arm ivnnrc 1 w . I v " 4 . 11 G-V that fruit plentiful. Mr. J. H. McKinney," of Sparta, is here on a visit to friends. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 6 May 1904

y; t Mi H J ",-, .Wjf;,rW JhwdttM lift mil "'! '. ' jjL!'Hij)fifri . w ''$ '!-. Sft.'iiK H? fitf fi'V tf F 66? TRIBUNE t: ti.rF.-Gates Editor 8? Prop. -Katsrad as second class mail mattor at tba -UK """"" !""""" uoil notices 8 1-3 cts. per lino fl each portion, ii.il adyortisoments continued uri - brderei out unloss othorwiso spociUcd. ... 'Terms One Dollar a Year "'"ritAt the school meeting last Sat- larday night it was evident that jnoone was qualified to make a jflefinite proposition regarding the ' School property under considera- tion, The only thing that ap- pears possible is for the present board oftrusteesof the Bartlett l Jpligh school property and the trustees of the public school of Bartlett to get together and make ,.,.n agreement. If they, or either ! ' -side be unwilling to assume the 'responsibility of making a defi- '"jait., agreement let them agree , Atpon a plan and submit it to the r people for ratification or rejoct- tf ion. Possibly the best plan ..tyould be to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 6 May 1904

' a , ;' A I"' 3E , W' t 1 "' t fev-v,, ?' 15 '.i , ."Us, A fctf 0. h. ,- PJ. 5 ! !' ft V STATE NEWS Tpxas division, T. P. A., will hold its next meeting at Dallas. Thousands of delegates to the Methodist rally were entertained in Waco this week. The jury at Corpus Christi ac- quitted Cortcz of the charge of ; murder. Willie Frear was killed Friday at Weatherfcrd by a horse falling on him. The next meeting of the State Medical association will be held at Houston. Maynard Tomlinson, who lived near Ennis, died Friday from gun- shot wound received accidentally. Heavy rains fell over Sputh- Avest Texas Thursday night and Friday, The democratic executive com- mittee of Tarrant county decided to hold both precinct primaries and convention. Last Friday a hail storm on the Denver railway, near Henrietta, broke the windows in the train while passing through the storm. The grandjury at Hondo in- dicted Dr. S. Burg and Dr. Berry, of San Antonio for alleged viola- tion of the quarantine laws. S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 6 May 1904

V7W,J 1 v u itiiiititatiMtiittatMittMMiMttMiMrai(ii9Mitfitititi(eilttiiiMi(ti(iiitji(irB ,, tJIU KAINb ; 4 ' VVv , BH ' . , ...as Have been, the taJk of our people for severed days, but for the next week our BARGAIN SHOE COUNTER, will be the most interesting place you can visit. Broken lots in shoes and slippers ad: prices triad will sell them at once. Pick up some of these BaLrgadns. a . , v ,r ! .,. Vsp , ' i ) . ' . V' IP .' ii If $ ... ... i. .. .. , (J;, " c .. . ' ft -" x-fJ" l f b ' ! V , -A - . .! r ''(. ,i . . ' Ai' .. - ti : V I t i .. K i . b IV i ' T (ft ' .v; ,. ,t -S' ' ,! ti 1 . t American ' ' .. ,' I J1, ... Factories sre rvmning both great demand tor these very popular shoes. Just received Buy 1 ... American Gentlemen, Price, 3.50. S:::r ti J ul'MMu . T::::: . .s "-. 'V k nJk 5, 6 TRIBUNE It. F. Cotes Editor & Prop. Entered as second class mail matter at tlis Bartlett postoffice. Local notices 8 1-3 cts. per lino for each twertion. jill advertisements continued ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 6 May 1904

"'T r-it"' " 'mrum, .v&rifmr?. T", i ', F""'" T I "'"" , - ,i V,f M ! w. ;. &'r mmmmmwwfmfflmmmmmmnmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmt , w - 4 w flifTW 1 1 .. Br' ' ' ' lJJW 5T hi W -w fc i. . , .&f ... AT' It li.'iit, - frX i- Irs t I? Li-H kw IfoA Lrit v . n MILLINERY To make a clean sweep of the remainder of our ReLdyto-Wear and Pattern Ha.ts we offer for next week a special 2596 DISCOUNT. r ... S . i 10.00 hat 7.50. 7.50 hat 5.65. 5.00 hat 3.75. 2.50 hat 1-90. 1 rAsLca NEN Extra wide, all linen bleached DAMASK, 75 cent quality, Napkins to match, NEXT WEEK FIFTY piyc ENTS. We invite comparison of goods and prices, 15he New Cash Dry Goods Store. uuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuunuuumuuuuuaauuuuuMuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuumi RAILROAD TIME TABLi. Day train South 2:43 p.m. Iay train North 2:17 p. m. Night train South 12:15 a. m. Night train North 4:20 u. m. LOCAL MENTION. Now Jewelry at Whitlow's. Charcoal at Lucas Rowntree's. Kead the ordinances in this is- sue. Buy flour from Drake. Guar- anteed. Leslie ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 6 May 1904

11, 1 11 11 1-1 1 1.1 1 a n '1 n SMS twfltolipwlM nifoiSlftw'lS iilS'W'W11 jffliJiiitjiiij y ''li m n ' 'irMim'I'tin it'11 iit rti'' nm ri'j fii n iii!I; 'tis l 't. tit'Hirn'!! mitt '' imrt'lljriti jijfyi m'jljititiil' ft'.v ' " ' . ! " -J Mf . . ! I T,, V " mh B.r'i "' ?:. v"Vf -:. :," if ., tfi. .A i'm'. J, SAM DRY GOODS, HATS SHOES, GENTS FURNISHINGS AND GROCERIES. -',' Hig Price paidfor COUNTRY PRODUCE 'PHONE lO. - In Joe Barnhart Building, ; tfSiiJiiii ii,.TS,.r,l,T,i,T .T,.,y..,.rMii,r.,iii.Tiiii,T:,iiiiaiiii,Tn..,T.i;iiiT:,n,i.riii,i,r,i.ai,T, .,M,7.r.m,7,m,7r,mi1Z,m& Local Mention. Everybody work for a school. Buy flour from Drake. Guar- anteed. L. Rowntree was on the sick list this week. Buy flour from Drake. Guar- anteed. Mrs. R. M. Williams.is visiting relatives in Belton. Robt Rowntree is quite sick this week -with foyer. Dont forget that Paul Jones is in town, at Ed Ford's. The rain which fell Tuesday was a gullywasher and ground- soaker. FOR SALE Second hand thresh...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 6 May 1904

4P- P-58 v VL ; ;4. E& s. & U Kb I '- tf fcr" is r i WHY HOT SAVE MONEY OlhTHE TH.M65 YOU EAT AND WEAR AND USE? Yon can do thin, If yon bay your Roods from us. fair Oonortl Catnlocno and nuyera Qulda tolls yon how It Is done What la this General Catalogue) untl Buyor's Onlde? It Ik a book ot nearly l.ooo pngoa with thousand;! of Ulaolrtitlous and over n hundred thousand quotations, ALIi AT LOWnflT l'OBSIDI.H mien TO CONBUMnuS botter nrlces In moot lnst-nco than th retailer pars for tho samp Mass of roods. If' yon Hto In tho Oonthi Yfost or Honthweat, tho frolcht or express ratoa aro lowor from (It. Louis so your city, th" lu any othor point, wuero taaro is a Ann vruur uuudu. way not iaho navantnxo. 01 mono iuw rai.ua j Our GENERAL CATALOGUE lists the goods onu gives tl tK.as. It la tbs handsomest book of lta kind ovor published It boats n dollar to print and Bond it ont, and If you 1 u not ons In yonr family, n n eupj mm iwmi inu (iohlbko oureoiyoa. mend run UHU 1 ao, ana wu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 6 May 1904

' (,," mu. 'HifAil ajmvriiHi f iV , W ' , ' M " - r vs ' 4 '", I .A T: ' .t & ,4v ,S?i V1 Is A. ' T, HFV . ! 4-f-""-o-n;, ty B'A PVWEfl as Heavy Iiasfc Tuesday afternoon tho tiBftviest rain for a long time foil , 4a 'Bartlett and surrounding coun- try No rain guago was used but 'jpaople whose judgment is consid- 4reUgood say that 'about five in- ,.chS felL Many bridges and cul- v&fvurfflalonfrtha roads in all direo- !' vi ilAna ntarn tnnahiirl nilf Pnrn find 'jV'ootton on high ground were wash &M5r'itdup and in low places covered '- 'up. joucupun mo wuuiu iiu jiuuv . damage was doho. There was a ilittle hail but no hurt by it. Don- & . hoo creek was about as high I? U5if.'fivflr rrnts. ,.. j . . Austin, Texas, May 4. A do .plorable accident occurrea near Vbelvalle, this county, as a result 'j ,40'f, the fearful raip storm yester- 4' $ay. Genia Smith, Roland Foster (land .Tasse Foster, returning from - f '.Vliohool, drove into a gulch on the r Aai" ordinarily dry, but...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 13 May 1904

Ui , M- v 'V'.r VTl! U H T j. r n l V m ! 0 1-j '-, !", l I R. F. GATES, Editor. BARTLETT, TEXAS, MAY 13, 1904. VOL. XIX,. NO. 3. i- i v r i , v KWI KJV. if . i? Ift c pr - . t , u r , 8 R?. ,. IS ."' & Ov " V r fc h H. i t I" tev Hi W Lone Scar Items. to' TnETHIBUNE. Th& rooont heavy rain did much damage to roads and crops in ' this community. The farmers say that General Green's army is rapidly increas- ing, and will be hard to whip. Miss Mattio Gilliand visited Misses Fannie and Ethel Dabbs Sunday. Rev. Sam Roberts preached at the schoolhouso Sunday. Cleveland Dabbs and Dave Ev- ans attended the picnic at Nel- son's Crossing Saturday. Mr. Byron Evans visited his brother near Corn Hill Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. T. Shirley is recovering from an attack of measles. The Corn Hill baseball team defeated the Lone Star team by a score of 8 to 4, a few days ago. Some of tho farmers will haye to plant some cotton oyer, on ac- count of the big rain. Mr. Editor when you visit Sor- ce...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 13 May 1904

. . 1 V Trr at w." " a1- ut ia f 4 i-' i u & t , 7S a yr-5 t ?v u 0 v s B v w, & r Vr, n Gh.e TiUBUNfci M. F. Gates Editor ft Prop. I ntarod as second class mall mattor at tb Burtlott postofflco. iocnl notices b 1-3 cts. per lino (or each ' sanction. j131 advertisements continued un- ordered out unless Otkcrwiso Bpociflod. 'tferms 0n6 Dollar a Tear J Recorder Greer of Beaumont Hkericta that the saloonist who sells wfaiflky on Sunday and not the HtveBwho gets drunk should bo t acnlshed. ' 'The Rough Rider's contempt law and precedenc makes tho SrVsllas News talk like an old- ktshioned democrat. First thing .wjtou know, somebody will try to . fwet a brass collar on it The conditions at present in Whis section are quite satisfactory rirand as a result, our people are feappy. The late rains, though fiiey dono some damage, put all vegetation in a healthy condition. All legitimate newspapers jssfaould be conducted on the prin- raejile of "pay for what you get, -assad demand pay fo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 13 May 1904

iaf"iTOf ""' 4." i j cV t a hr . ' . n r x U' ,j ', ifV I' k . . s 5 ft' t$x vur rf M STATE N3CWS met State Dental Association (Jast week at Corsicana. Business s;ction of Deport was "destroyed by fire Friday. W. H. 'Lax got a third life sen- tence at Greenville last week. Harvey Bradley was drowned a inan oil tank at Batson Monday. Dr. Tabor has materially modi- fied the blanket quarantine against 'IVfexico. H L. Henderson, manager of Western Union office at W.ico for years, died Sunday. Texas Bankers witnevsed the bloodiest bull fight cvtr seen in Juarez. Rody Dickerson fell from a scaffold at Nacogdoches Monday and was killed At Elkhart Monday District Judge John Young Gooch drop- dead while talking to his wife. A Dallas merchant was convict- ed in New Orleans Friday of for- gery, and aUjudged insane. Texas Bankers' Association selected Dallas as the next place of meeting and adjourned. .Laws of 1895 regarded forfeit ure of leases is held not to affect forfeitures made before pas...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 13 May 1904

ft . ' P., !l , ;k ,i L. K, '- hi . , V fe ' I vis I"' ' .v. risr MM r r i t If U' fi L ' t & . -. '( ' - ! 5 i . fr iV fl K fr c'rf ...3.zzZaBaa.5.aBa..isa9faaafa" ul . z iszxsssrsss5xrrs!szsf?'?ff?ff?fTi - i "' a$ft;if !?tlf??Jtttt!r?tirntttttittit:ztitttti 1 1 1 1 1 : t : t : 1 1 1 1 1 s 1 1 1 : 1 1 1 j t j 1 1 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 r 1 1 1 1 1 j j r H U j t : s 1 1 1 1 H t H 5 i J?vV5iv -' - "aT"" es AMERICAN. GENTLEMAN H . BITTTTTTtrTTWWSjjlBrtBy PRICE $3.50. Sizes 5 to 11. Tslii Blichet Fed:. Idea! Blucher, FLto Oxfords, Vici Oxfords, Vici B!u cher, Mat. Kid Top Vici Lace, Rroed Toe-All Same Price. Hamilton-Brown Shoe Co. have just given their 2nd $1000.00 to wearers of American Lady and American Gentleman, nearest correct estimate for the receipts of the St. Louis postofficc for April was 283,007.59. The man who made this guess received 8500 cash. More of these prizes coming to Texas than auy other state. Buy a pair of these shoes, and make an estimate. May bo worth $500. i w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 13 May 1904

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Publication Title: Bartlett Tribune, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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