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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 13 May 1904

-b v SU OO0QO0OOO0O0O(yy30OOOXX0OO0O(y3OOOOOOOOOOOOOQO0XXOOQ U(J '- ,V W i $ '4 SAM F. DRAKE DRY GOODS, HATS SHOES, GENTS FURNISHINGS AND GROCERIES. Highest Price paid 'PH '"5?5I!S"5IiSJ?iSiJSii5!5KllJiK5J5SJJ5a Local Mention. "-" Buy flour from Drake. Guar- 's, stnteed. ,j Elder Jacob l3aacs of Laneport ' ' was here Tuesday. , " i Rnv flnnr frnm DpiItp. frimr- ''&? anteed, t The Bartlett High School closes on FrfdayMay 20. "Call Drake and order your gro- neries. Phone No 10. The babe of Mr. and Mrs. Ben ' Turner was sick this week. k . Call Drake and order your gro- ,'. ceries. 'Phone No. 10. jr Dont forget that Paul Jones is , - in town, at Ed Ford's. r tTHio atTirtrtl nuaafinn in T3niflnff $ is a hard one to solve. ? FOR SALE Second hand thresher (horse power), Bartlett , Hardware Co. . . a The recent heavy rain washed "Mown considerable fence on the ,- -Felton farm. v J I , Second hand thresher, horse "' power, for sale cheap by Bartlett .Bardwara Co. "f tlarry Kelley was he...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 13 May 1904

rr4' v ' .w 'r. i- I '4 v , -V r. N-' v P;v i ftU'. I6 U"i rv i w I lif i m LM'' ' Fr " JT' .'' " Lr tv- i-."i ?': Kt it K ,QOoppoooooooooeoop6fkxk)ooocd AN IMPORTANT Is taken when an application is made for a policy of life insurance and you cannot afford to make any mistake. Ab- - solute safety of company a record of 1 past results that give assurance for the future conservative methods of business-must all bo taken into consieration. You hnake no mistake when you select i The Mutual Life OF. NEW YORK'. RICHARD A. McCURDY, President. This Company has paid its policy-holders the stupendous sum of over 626 Millions of Dollars It now holds for their protection, and the guarantee of future payments, over 400 Millions of Dollars. Greater than any other Life Insurance Co. in the World. The most liberal policy with the largest guarantee. All policjes sold without restriction as to residence or travel. IT'lS IMPORTANT tlmt you rce our ngcnts llrst or write for full particulars to Chamberl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 13 May 1904

'i , ;'Ti r i tv u ' .' ,J1 t V tr i.u "(i "V w JW ft ' 1 ', ii V'1. ". t- rJ 4 " o b ?- Sft A H' 2 '." 1 .' " IX it . Hi" ii t feV IV fcT - kv K fi -!- 8Ll w. i n i " v iSSvi c WY ME r' ft p- , ea- u, ffl Wt ? . I A Strang Occurrence. . Thero is a good deal of curios- ity among neighbors conoorning an oocuronoo near tho residence :, of Ikfr. J. W. Jackson during tho hoavy rains last Jwook, On about kh, aoro of land thero aro oraokB and orevioes of various widths, , depths and directions from a few inches to a foot or more; somo of the people living in tho vicinity , report having heard noises like ' distant thunder and folt vibratory $V";I motions of tho earth the evening r before the disturbance was dia- , covered in the morning. 'There aro various conjectures as, to the- cause, but p f , most probably it was a land slido P as tho land affected lies near tho "margin of Donahoe oreekand was n ' Under mined by a sheet of vater over an below. impervious stratum ORDINANCE NO. 25. An o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 20 May 1904

' ( I fif j 5 V Enavjtftl artlett fe , lY "0 lvt IR. F..CATES, Editor. BARTUETT, TEXAS, MAY 20, 1904. - Tl'ipl' lif i- J. jr VOL. X1X NO. 4.f: "4 i?i, i MM . i.r, 1 V w, r J-M' P" 11$ . bkti r r ' Densonville )ots TO T1E TRIBUNE. ST J- v 'WoU as 1 have not writ jtf -While I will try again. $l Tho farmers of this Vioi WoU as 1 have not written for vicinity aro plbwing and chopping cotton this f week. f0 '( The aohool at this place closed ',-; j;'-V !at week, and the teacher. Mr. ' Fowler loft for his horn a at Lib- lcty Hill. The community was well pleased with his successful term. There ;was preaching at Kelie- horyillo last Sunday and a few people from here attended. There will be services at the sohoolhouse Sunday evening May 22. Everybody invited to come. A few of our people were pres- ent at?.the concert at Yankee Branch last Friday night and rt- portod a good time. Our baseball toys played Gran- ger va few days ago and dofoated them by a soore of 4 to 2. They will play at4 Frie...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 20 May 1904

M' $5 ty.' 4 U M, ( tt V. & t" r rV ?' l.f y , t Be: Mi in. &6e TRIBUNE ". ?F?Catcs Editor $ Prop. ,,- - . aTakeed as socond class mall hotter at tbt BnrtleU poatofHco, J&MCttl notloos 8 1-3 cts. par lino for each ''Mt3m. jlll advertisements continued un- ,vrderpd out unloss otherwise iDocifiod.. Terms Ont Dollar a Year- l1:- ' ' San Antonio ministers want the , tfanday excursions into that city tiopped. ' Good, rains ure reported in the 'wMfern counties, breaking the rljuth. , , Bartlett citizens, as a rule, are dietermined that her school inter- l" ftstg shall not "drag" ty means more school and achool. Let's have it. which better The State board appointed to fcass Upon boll weevil destroyers Jin competition for the 850,000 lCMseioffored by the Texas legis- lature will meet at Floresville on Jacne 1. At Eureka Springs Mrs. Eliza ;C4ldwing has been granted a di- 'Vsrce from her husband She is , .a tdeaf mute. It does seem that a , Wsband ought to be able to get " &v...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 20 May 1904

J, 'X '" if! ' Mj m- -5' " ' 1; ''o .t v 5l i -"5ifc lai-af !j w i ". J ll FN if F, ll'-' If w , a."v 84 s r u l .- , nn' & W' t r Iv BfV. $,. '-ORDINANCE NO i4, , An brdin'ancc providing iOr the ' .appointment Ot a City Health Physician for the City of Bart- v lctt, Texas, and defining and prescribing his duties and pow- ers, and fixing a penalty for the ' violation of this ordinance, Be It crdaincd by the City Coun- k cil of the City of Bartlett, Texas, in Council assembled:, . s First: That the office of City Health Physician is he.eby cre- iitccl, and that the Mayor, with the consent of the City Council, is authorized to appoint a City! Health Physician who shall be a resident physician in good stand- ing in the City of Bartlctt, Texas, and before entering upon his du- ' ties he shall take the oath of office prescribed by the constitution of the State of Texas, whose term shall last until the first regular meeting in May, 1906, and that thereafter at the first regular meet- ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 20 May 1904

a ' i r.1 'H' The Brightest and Snappiest t fcr . .. i MJ .' ' Vvl f . - : ( :. . .- - , 8a. see.. K :::::: , ... " 1 '. j .. ?- S B BtIb LbiiiB K flnl anal IH 1 AMERICAN GENTLE -V , B ' MAN' r AHERIG1S GEffllBMN n V VB PRICE $3.50. Sizes 5 to 11. fflpI-ESLIE & LINDSEY, Hf VtWk AGENTS. iM& TpADE MAI K Barllett arvd Graoiger, PRICE $3.50 Sizes 5 to 1L Taun Blicher, Fed. Ideal BlucKer, Pet. Oxfords Vici Oxfords, Vici Blu- cher, Mat. Kid Top Vici Lace, Brooul Toe All Same Price. - $ -- JSI &. Hamilton-Brown Shoe Co. have just giyen their 2nd $1000.00 to wearers of American Lady and American Gentleman, nearest correct estimate for the receipts of, the St. Louis postofticc for April was $285,067.59. The man who made this guess received $500 cash. More of these prizes coming to Texas than any other state. Buy a paii of these shoes, and make an estimate. May bo worth $500. The i , -m mi ;................ .......................... ............ ............................... .....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 20 May 1904

?v i: ' I A ' , t '' l L w $: !;."' w A'5! 4 rnaij- t rj S to i A V to & ffi NM8F, in r ft? Ij" 4 $v ? .V1 HAILft UAUllMilASLt. bay train t)outii..1.t - .2:4& n. nu I.y Ifaln Kprth...................2il7 p. m. Might train outh.. 12tl5 n. m. h NlgHt iraln North 4:28 a. m. 1 LOCAL MENTION. I, .,. Charcoal at Rowntree's. , J. N. Royoal of Taylor was r'hoVo yestorday. IT Royal Blue Shoes at Whitlow's. ' S ' (. Dr. Woodson of Tomplo was in artlott Wednesday. ' Fresh fish every Friday at Frank Kniavck's. Mrs, J. J. Wells was pick the fi'rpt of tho weok, Sewing machine needles, Whit- Jo w Bros. ,..., ,. ,.. .... . . Ijihio jviiss jwua iveopuo vts eiok thd first of the week. A full Hrfo of "Cluett" collurs at Drake's. , Miss. Willie Pierce of Holland is visiting Mrs. Dan Crow. High grade sewinc machines S 15.00 at Whitlow's. W. Y. Bain wont to Taylor yesterday on a business trip'. All kinds fresh California dried m fruits at Sanderson. Miss Janke is visiting relatives West, Marlin a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 20 May 1904

ri Jisrr 1 1 i "fii N pntfr n ; ' . tt U u .'I . v 1' 1 ,,,. SO ' l "c P 5 K'f i1 J I ( .v f V 4' ,A JNW f ,4 '" h & " IX P ,A,i, yrti, SAM F. DRAKE DRY GOODS, HATS SHOES, GENTS FURNISHINGS AND GROCERIES. i Highest Market Price paid for COUNTRY PRODUCE 'PHONE 10. & jl&siiJiJSiJi Local Mention. ,Buy flour from Drake. Guar- anteed. Rev. Speegle, of Davilla, was n town Monday. Buy flour from Drake, Guar- anteed. H. J. Tubb, commercial travel- er, was hero Friday. Call Drake and order your gro- ceries. Phone No 10. Will Craft of Corn Hill was here Saturday on business. Dont forget that Paul Jones is in town, at Ed Ford's. Mr. M. Patterson, of Austin was a Bartlett visitor Sunday. Call Drake and order your gro- ' ceries. 'Phone No. 10. John Goode of Goodeville, was visiting Mr. O. P. Ellington Sun- day. FOR SALE Second hand thresher (horse power), Bartlett Hardware Co. Mr.. George Richard, of Prairie DellJ was in Bartlett Saturday on ibuBiness. Mrs. Gatliff, who has been visi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 20 May 1904

FV' s vv .4 11 IK l&U Wj V? IV h IV v . V"? '. .? l V!.' ' ' r .. IF, P I,j - - 4 kl. i 'm it' V t . r" .-.... - A t iI- IMPORTANT Is taken when an application is made 1 for a policy of life insurance and you cannot afford to make any mistake. Ab- soluto safety of company a record of past results that give assurance for the future conservative methods of busi- ness must all be taken into'consioration. You make no mistake when you select The Mutual Life Insurance Go. OF NEW YORK. 'RICHARD A. McCURDY, President. This Company has paid its policy-holders the stupendous sum of over 626 Millions of Dollars It now holds for their protection, and the guarantee of future payments, over 400 Millions pf Dollars. Greater than any other Life Insurance Co. in the World. Tho most liberal polioy with the largest guarantee. All policies sold without restriction as to residence or travel. ".Ma" ana "Ma's Boy OCXOOOOOOOOOXXMdOOOOOOCNMO(XKOOOOCX)O9OCOOOONKXKM0M IT IS IMT0UTAHT that you poo our agen...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 20 May 1904

$: ' i i ?r U 'Ml . k"v jtn ft k A ST. n 8,V f, T i .. VJ 4 t 'Aa 4k j-'i a E ,. i. tf j if .j '" t W-U7 i W .7 ;,f " UX.,' m f k . ' act rnt Vr . V 1 fcf. l"" . A p K jit. wyv- ! . Km. V, . "M I'ii.' ii ' w r -jK F), m? 1., ,i, i iV j' Announcements;' . ;, The .Tribune is, authorized to , t ihnounoo tho following candi- ; , vd&te8 subjeot to 'tho notion of jji j the doraocratio primaries : UiltUU UUU1UI, For Judge 27th Judioial District : John B. Durrott. Jno. M. Furman. D. L. Russell. -For District Attorney : yi Jno.'D Robinson. For District Clerk: Jno. G. McKay. For County Judge G. M. Felts. t W. R. Butler, of Temple. i1For County Clerk: W. C. Rylander. C. K. White. For-Sheriff, b. C. Burkes. ' Ben D. Lee. J. L. Irvin. For County Superintendent: Prof. J. V. Grissom. ,-Henry K. Orgain. ' For Tax Assessor: J A Bangle. A. G. Vick. T.rtsHo T-T TCIlinft V?. r! ,-, I7ni Ttibnoiifnitt .. , -,..... . ir i.r ti j. i uuu L ! J F Carter Jr. i v W B Blair. For jCounty Attorney : " ' B I ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 27 May 1904

nrvtjrvr wit. r&MJti7vmsf?z KSW .. .. " f'V - . , 1 ',' , ' '? " T 'll.W-'Wji':r 1 U'. I .-.M''v lu" - SP'siV j7 -y f r tW yj- t l4 4 R. F, CATES. Editor. BARTLETT, TEXAS, MAY 27, 1904. VOL. X1X NO. 5, t- '-': '. ;; J ,xl ' ' -r tIT r m L-: r A-.-Uw :. ' i$ . f. X'hJ - ?li, V ' Sfcrw., '! , V -R. ft -- s-' SV Li V ,3 '"v . W i f :si "-.a. ftt." n 'vstiT . it" Lv 111 L5-v.- V w - i want Your Corn, Wheat and Oets, arid will pa-y yoi the very highest market price. CHAS. KAASE. Two More Bridges Late rains and overflows have prompted the county commission- '.- ers court to erect two additional ; steel bridges to span the streams W1" of Williamson county and con- t. ;tfacfcs for their construction have Aus- KL... . i htkrt IAr t-rt I - I h-4 nifnn nl " .. j".. h'T".. 7-- - fc.W. AS.. VVP V. W. AAU.hV. W iHA,r ' ..:! -.,j-:- r ...,... 0,ne of these bridges, with a sixty-five foot span above water, will cross Boggy creek 6 miles south of Taylor, on the Taylor and Rice's Crossing road. T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 27 May 1904

n On -r '"', ' '.u '. t& ; ir A- X y K h; 3. s -1 .... ",: H, ft 't 8V LMi lf .tor. 4' KU . , - . in 'i i If f 5v I jC r r It .. " I tA Wat . m: ?p ' ?; TiW Swt i &.-. (, " t?; 't' , A" iW!tf, V jfog TRIBUNE i Jc.. iP. Cfatfes Editor $ Prop. ' f&nlo.-Jil ns Bocond class mall nmtlornl tin. Bttrtlott postoffico, Xoualj notf cos 8 1-3 cts. por lino for oacl. ,jertlon. jL$1 ftdvcrtlsomonts continued un- ordered out unless otherwise iDCciScd. Terms One Dollar a Year- Evil communications corrupt j7V ," ,,wSrir1 mnnnopo , :fj." "..u.u. . Mr. C. P. Gueas of Rogers has with drawn from therpce for dis- trict olerk Owing to continued sioknoss in his family. Tho closing exercises of the Holland High school were held iasb Friday. This school under , the efficient management of Prof. Maddox is one among tho best in ,.?ihe conntry. Honesty is the best policy all vhe way through life. The long- er one lives the more he appre- ciates the fact. Dishonesty may profit one for a brief time b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 27 May 1904

WTB "ir-ji W ,-, - ,r.'r cotv' wwj w V V ,W5? v t 'jy-wr: 7.;-. vfK"Tw?MJi 1 v ,j . . t? p ., , , .--"" -. .frr "',. v .' " . ' i u r i W' swn, i 1 t K. ; ; f 1 U ISft ,. ; t fevi sw If ! y VlTi -iv' ' ;i F( I' . n 7 ' IV IT- E. L ' lfV !'?, B'V jAyers WMMwawMmwwifWHiwMimi i in mm You can hardly find a home without its Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. Parents know what it does for children: breaks Cherry Pectoral up a cold in a single night, wards off bronchitis, prevents pneumonia. Physicians ad- viseparentsto keep iton hand. , "Tho bot coueh mullein money can buy It AVer's Cherry Pectoral. For tlio coiikIh of children nothing could pooll ly bo bi Iter Jacob Shell, Saratoga, lnl. J. c. ATEn ro . Inwell Mum Ayor's Pills greatly aid tho Cherry Poctoral In feronklng up a cold. FARMING ON SMALL SCALE. The East Finds Large Farms Art) Unprofitable. The fpllowing from the Chicago Herald will prove interesting to Texans, with whom the question of plenty of land has necr cut any iig- nre: The farmer...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 27 May 1904

j.'i, , i V.t A it , V . - "Cftt ttttt!tttttt:r?i:itrt:rittttttttt: istit! ttTiit"st:ttttttsttxstTtttitttjtittirisiijttst,ittttjjttt5ittt, rv ' r?v HATS WITH A PEDIGREE. I PRICE, m . H " &r . h lflil Jf H fT bKKBI ... Hiii fLJLZ J 4TmSk. av YHHiHHIHV KfiE --r u)0UU ESB .. - -- t w ,. , ..;: ET v ? - 1 2 a g , . . 66e? TRIBUNE it. J?. Cat es Editor S? Prop. Entered as second class mail matter at tb Bartlett postoffice. Local notices 8 1-3 cts. per line for each siertion. ol'il advertisements continued un- ordered out unless otherwise specified. Terms One Dollar a Year Bartlett will have a first-class aohool system. The people all 'want it, and will have it. ki't'ftA.'' Tne city conncil its having the H . weeds mowed junnn- the sf.reef.s. fr t T &t.' V Wow lnfc ihn nifironp fin Mintr rxirf. - "7 r ;?!,' about their premises. Prof. Maddox, who for the past ft ' eight years has been principal of t tne iiouana scnooi, nas tonaeroa Kri'UhiB resignation and will take a imucn needeu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 27 May 1904

ft o v r& i ;- liVJ Kf Mj' . f . IV !?" f-4- Ki&L ''WX? L . j ' i 'lUf !. i) I " , h V -., w ' & 'UiBUB-L-JlEIlL 'III 1, Jl, ,.J1UJ UJIL '.. Bill Bit TIMK Tin- , .....,. V.y,.m. ,nmuc. i -x Ddy lfyln(Soutii .;...,2......'.,....2:4d p. m iMytraln Ko'rtll......,. 2il7 p. m. Wight tratn South..- , 32:15 b. m. ! J Night train North 4:23 a. m . , LOCAL MENTION. ,........... ..... ,...-. . ... Charcoal at Rowntroe's. Theo. Jones haa been sick this week. Royal Blue Shoes at Whitlow's. Robt. Rowntree is able to be on the.streets. Sewing machine needles. Whit- low Bros. Ge6. Thomas visited in Granger y esterday. A full line of "Oluett" collurs at Drake's. Mrs. C. S. Moores was quite eiok this weok. High grade sewing machines $1500 at Whitlow's. Jas. McKeo and family visited at Bolton this weekf, A full lino of "Cluett" collars 'at Drake's, Mr. Edgar Montgomery is on the sick list again. Fruit jars just received at Law- rence & Son. Work has commenced on the Lindemann brick. B...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 27 May 1904

nT1 n'lW rp f "wr xfFv fi w Tsw?vT4prn 'r. V , 'I I) , t ' 1 I , w 1 ' t, ' l'j' ' i u V ,1' uvmnuwm)m msmuiMXKWHamimHV , 'I 0XXXXXCKXXXXXXXXXXXXXOOOO0OCXXXXJOOOCXXXCXXXXXXO00 !. ?"' :t rr, ". .! la- -A. !-L ,r O JV' fii ,TT . C Ji, , jra'tf ,. lJ A ll L" 1UA L OtIVI JT m JLOiJFVJLL-i DRY GOODS, HATS SHOES, GENTS FURNISHINGS AND GROCERIES. Highest Market Price paid for COUNTRY PRODUCE i i"M5IP" viii(uiBi5,r,,BW,,,Hu55i5fii' "JiJumuiJiiiiUBTJSBiiiiiiii tunniiiaiiivuiiiiniUhjiiiBiina fpEbani nqia 7 hiiim Local Mention. A. M. Robinson made a visit to Dallas Saturday. Buy flour from Drake. Guar- anteed. j J. E. Thompson, of Granger, was in Bartlett Saturday. Buy flour from Drake. Guar- anteed. 0. C. Robertson, of Capt, is here on a visit to relatives. Call Drake and order your gro- ceries. Phone No 10. Mr. W. N. Shaver, of Corn Hill was in Bartlett Sunday. Dont forget that Paul Jones is in town, at Ed Ford's. Little Miss Daisio Welch was quite sick this week. Call Drake and order your g...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 27 May 1904

' r, 'V f ' f, ' 1. 4 V L . .. ff. tw" i&v a",. .. 'M1 y f: mt' ft R&s ' M ATI,1' rSTL ' ST. ft' 1 iff' 7 (u. fr i I ' '. u I'. ,n h;; IB . w IV 4 " 'U s ?'" . I. 'A 3? IV m c s '-', I V i a IMPORTANT Is taken when an application is made '- for a policy of lifo insurance and you cannot afford to make any mistake. Ab- solute' safety of company a record of past results that givo assurance for the future--consorvativo methods of busi- ness must all bd taken into consieration. Ygu make no mistake when you select Tha Mutual Life OF NEW YORK. RICHARD A. McCURDY, President. This Company has paid its policy-holders the stupendous sum of over 626 Millions of Dollars It now holds for their protection, and the guarantee of future payments, over 400 Millions of Dollars. Greater than any other Life Insurance-Cor in the World. The most liberal policy with the largest guarantee. s All policies sold without restriction as to residence orx travel. IT IS IMPORTANT Unit you cec particulars to ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 27 May 1904

. I' iA"j - H.- ", ,r ' .? .vv H-H -l-M-!-W-'HH-H-H'-H-H-5-W-- iw ' sv- fc n3 Jr as XI i t a . Q ' , ,.; w WA' m. 1 -.t. BM! ' r V lis. R B K& ,J IE av ;?.' W1 1444.4.4444 ir Denton & Lawrence Buy Whet, Oacts, arvd Corn. f Ij. i y Also sell grain bags. &. v " Announcements. vThe Tribune ia authorized to 'announce the following candi- .fel' . J"' BU"J"1 M UUI1 W jjttf tua aemocrauo primuriua ; l rtct.t. phttnttv 1. .TtVir Rnnppfinntptivft ! - "r r "f- - " ' . . Huang Jr KoDortson. ;a' vi'or duugo stuouuiuiiu uiairics: 'jjj- --- t..i- nn.y. t..j- 1 ..i ...l. John B. Durrett. Jrto. M. Furman. ' D. L. Russell. w jf x For District Attorney : UHU. JJ. IIUUIMHUU. Por District Clerk : Jno. G. McKay. For County Judge G. M. Felts. W. R. ButW, of Temple. For County Clerk: W. C. Rylander. O.K. White. For. Sheriff, D. C. Burkes. ' J. L. Irvin, For County Superintendent: Prof. J. W. Grissom. Henry K. Orgain. 'For Tax Assessor : J A Bangle. A. G. Vick. Leslie H Elliott. For Treasurer:"...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 3 June 1904

'-a yi&l" 'YV,'; ,J i ' "JfW Ksr.ui'm f ; V'SJfV- 13 T. J-V 11' U T, Mr ". V i -TO "r V VJ S$ibmt& t Ri F. GATES, Editor. BARTUETT, TEXAS, JUNE 3, 1904. VOL. X1X NO. 6. FsT &V ., . .' . SaftMt- fc !5V 9QE jf& AltJiea Items. ;!tV tho Tribune. v:s. &, k . V . " e navet Deon visited witn re- i freshing rains this week and crop r t 'prospeota are much improvqd. , Too lice winch wore anecting tne j? ii cotton several days nave entiroiv kg.' ' disappeared. Corn could not be ' -better " ',C4 - Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Moore-have . V a vtir airr Uffln oirl fhia wnnlr U .W.J, MW , " ..WW.. , Mr' Tom Fowler's little boy, T. I j1 JgJF. is very sick this week. Dr. t& ' Scott of Temnle was called in viis.. . -A ife'Jfcon8Ultation ,im"'w'Mr..and Mrs. Abner Kuyken- ;- dan visited at ftioitatt a tew days v- since. 4 v . I v k. -n .,,V District Attorney jonn u. kod- U5fels' inson and wife visited their broth - or and sister Mr. and Mrs. T. P. T- 17 V 4 h 4-4 1 a n t. r 1 tf Jil, , ...

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