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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 21 March 1902

'CA -ft ' "-I' , ',-m 'h .f '-H5 -- A yJ . -j n v, -' 9',.' a wrrumftM v l& H', BP.3 m. V.-. ,i UlLHOAD TIME TABLE," din 8outh,..-.........(i... ....lt27 in in. Irmto North...- ............ 5:00 p. m. tttntln .otith.. ,..i..... 11:80 n. m. t train North.i M 8i40 a. m. irsIOUNQEMEfiTS. ,$ELL COUNTY. Ijefit io,tho domdcratto primary. fr, Representative x Hilling p. Robertson. W. T. Shannon. ' ?or County Clerk - C, K. White. ' For Tax Collector F H GOFF, ', ., John Haley. R. L. Gully, 'For Sheriff , ' . ,, t Sara Sparks, ,f ' - J.W.'ROl'ER. vFor'County Treasurer W L Wilson, N. Bj VERNON. a For Tax Assessor ,.'' S. M. (Charley). MEEKS For County Attorney A- L. .CURTIS. For" Co. Commissroner Beat 2: E, W. MOSER. . j yv AYCOCK. R. C. Pool. VT .WILLIAMSON COUNTY. f The following anoouncoments vuare subject to the democratic pri- &,,.. manes: .-v . 4For Judge of the 26th Judicial District r E. T. MOORE. For County Attornev . ,JNO. D. HUDSON. J. E. NEAL. J. BYRON ROBINSON. .lt,1 For ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 21 March 1902

w&. l: &UtinguiiKed Mm Fenger died at Chtcao a WMk'B IHaMSVfflth Dr. Fonser was the father Xtbolotfca surgery in the. nttr nine .ww known the Re was a master of his iraa born iii Copenhagen. 0& Nor. S' 1S40. Shnwtnir life a love for military sur- I sirred hta country In lSci dur- ft'Dti wr 'between Denmark and kuy. At that limo he was a ined- Itadent, notirecelvlng his diploma TBtoivrlty of Copenhagen. Ho u an. assistant, in yunoim V . ' :'s ear; clinic, and for two years An Interna; In ,tho Royal Fried- US i hospital, succeeding the great n. aitt taking up 'military duty, Dr. served ,tnrcugnout the Franco- rtan waras surgeon In the Red i ambulance, corps, serving on tho ph side,. rotu 1871 to 1874 he "was prosector, during 1878-'74 was prlvat-docent the Copenhagen city hospital. leaving Copenhagen in 1875, Dr. ser accompanied uriessenger, tno lent nen e specialist, with the san Fahvovs Actress P . " r i '" . Kenan, 'wno is said to havo re- ttom the, stage, Is Irish and ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 21 March 1902

jfy w WWf1? Iffi.V.T: "". - W.X- ,u a '' 4 ,, W r . V c O c . NY o I! V "' St. ' M4 t ffr it 9k Sfe ! AM: S F v iltrii. bri " i's 'T' & &'' ' w. M: hl'-'o.. 1 ' s f V&1 is" vV ft- k: a CAPSICUM YASELiKE , (rtn,irp'aoi.t.itauLi(roM) A mbstltute; for and superior to mustard or My other piaster. and will not blister the Boat delloato'akln. .The pain-allaying and jutfttlve qualltlos of this article are wonder- f ol. It will stop the toothache at once, and reHeve hoadrffho and sciatica. We rocom- mend it as the best and latest external eounter-Irrltant known, also ns an txternul remedy for.palns la the chost and stomnch and all rbeumatto, neuralgia and uouty com plaint. Atrial will prove what wo claim tor It, and It will bo found to bo lnvaluablo la the household. Many people 8ay"lt la tho host ot all of your preparations." trice in cents, at all druggists or other dealers, or by ending this amount to ui In postage stamps wo Wllfsend you a tube by mail.. No arllclo Should be ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 21 March 1902

btifMTaa.ali 8n.ii a-j. ... i . j, . .Ji:,.-JJjA ,au .- ( - - 'U - S . , ... ... -c . KXBe jKuturees ao m tins, issue $?& G. Wi lioblflon, ,o DaVlUa,1 lit iown monaay. - .. Mullts &" Murphree '.the tackwniths. All .work tfanteed firifc class. jb; Jones, .Esq., of -Davilla, town'Monday. sad the advortisomonts in tho StOne;,and tYrido With those tyho J lull in SftWtf business, Thoy. havo were a lit ris to offer. S.r-BAfcs to aXarqb and .ArytfE- ciAf lvis, CroWd. M jr tornado, firo, aooidonLand iln8uranco(8eo J D Slawson. i Bartlett'-a Wank. Ut j 'V. C. Carlisle, of Corn iU.vaa 'in town this wo6k on isinesfi. SEi'P.vMitohusson has onenod ,;trp his "bold drink, stand, and is si'KvmMy vj, noi vv" "' uuunu. W .i -" , . . , .' . ... T;', S. King had one or his worK Ifcorsfcs kilted by a train, on the rafrack 'south of Iho depot Friday fU&'ijIght.J Tom says tho animal was K'ft. 'I latiB&irt" ff s 'For; Sale--9 tons improved Cot- 3ji t6n,Se,ed,- Detter than ever. 40 "v.-bents...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 28 March 1902

t " " . M v i ' ' ' l itf 0 . " , , ' i. ' "'U t . ' '' o a rap'-' r , vlX JtJlJvJH' ". . VOL. XVI. BARTLETT, TEXAS, MARCH 28, 1902 JN6; 5i r . . . RA?I Jit! J J :!(?;!!!;:!!!;!;!;;!;!!"'.!;!.!!. t.i!titi; tit IIS- .tfJFl "..? ' t.:t:!J::t:t;!;Jt::,:t:tt::t:!:!;::8:::::!::::!!:::fJ!!:s!:t:t::t::::::stJ:!tJ:ts?:J:!!tt'ss''!s'Jsts!J'5':'J'SSI!s,,,',,' I v"5" fral I e ts ', w I New Spring Goods! New Store! He ' HEW i Ik ,j ... I m m In i I tMffj go- . ( .. I &.. i I JPxaj &:. 1 ! I tJaj 5? j I VI m ' VI m', i B' i ! BH IS1' . ( ." -I .. I'' 'it .' ' Sf. r. ( J:; i .. ffaa ?: -" III .- :;;:: lff &! ' ! & .!.! !2f!r -------- Wo lrnvo insf, rfinoivntl n.n nWnnt, n.nrl lnrrn jissnvf.mnnt. nf 5rrincr nroQs PinnHfi from Eastern markets, includine manv of the popular fabrics, such as Toile de Soio, Silk Foulards, Egyptian Tissues, Lace Lawns etc., to suit the taste and fancy of the most fastidious, at as low price as goods of equal quality can be bought anywhere. A collection ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 28 March 1902

' , .'" tU WHbntiK l fcmAnPK, k, jmd Put. .. '.' .- ". TEXAa. (iiMtfnii'i rjni J...-.X , : , ; tTJakANMlTKB. ; buttoetw to fine. Iff Jim an Improvement so" mm cotjiW tiiia on anti-saloon gue. ocraW'qf franklin county hold priiorles June 14. iter;Naipna; bank ot Tyler flas u authorized, to do business. ix-Cojnfederiito veterans organized d Map 'tit seventy members at Anson. Brownsville", wants; an. extension ot Sfcn:Aiiknio ahd Aransas Pass llway.,-.' Th .jDonsofldatcd Kansas City smel- 'KthTa)K) tylll resume operations prt- :.. . . Xccordirig; 'to (a directory just pub- Dsbedgftt, Dallas" that city's population Lie placedi:at'.72,572. , .MlsVtFRyWll.ey, 16 years old, was burped, Viy death, near, Gatesvllle. Her ' dress caught fire., A number, of ilauor' dealers'' bonds it AustfS'-hftve been found to be Me dial na'nevir,,onefl filed. The Democratic executive, committoo Ked'-Blver county has sot the pri- lary dRte'lof'May .3." Mfi Isaac. 'Brock of Valley Mills, 113 Kara, "oldl ;clalni...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 28 March 1902

7-tv nT. m . y . PV Mrtjfegssggsgaeggssfe iii I'ii ijimrtii ' f ATRICK IS GUILTY The Jury Declares lljm Responsible 4foj; Death of Rice. MUST DIE IN ELECTRICAL CHAIR. the Doomed Man Calmly Heard the Awful Verdict, bill Ills female Relative; Were Overcome With Orlef. Tim CKCIlT lHb:LES' pRAD. "ColdMiW or Smith Afrli'dV tlrcnthra ilf J.uat iVnti fiillji ' TWO BILLS PASS. sps PECULIAR rATALITII Now York, March 27. Albert T. Pat rick, lawyer, was Wednesday evening convicted of tlio nufrder on Sept. 26, IdOQ, of the aged millionaire recluse, W. M, Illce. The penalty under the statute 13 death in the electric chair. A scant threo hours ot deliberation at'thf close of the trial prolonged for nine weeks, and replete with sensa- ildnal Interest, sufficed to enable tbo jury to roach their verdict, Tho Issue of the trial establishes the chargo that Patrick conspired with Mr. Hlco's vaiet, Charles P. Jones, to obtain possession of the Texan's cs tate, and that Jones killed his employ er by tho ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 28 March 1902

ii L M vv . ' ? i - OUR SPRING STOCK COMPLETE 3 Don't Fail to See Our Line. Clothing. c Boys, Youths Men Our spring suits in coat and are swell, a beauty for pants 14.50. In Worsteds and Flannels, $7.50. A very bright fancy coat and pants, $8.50 to $10.00. Very fine wors- ted suits, $10 to $15. Extra pants in all sizes to suit you. See our stock. Hats For Children I and Men. Panama shape, $1.50, $2, $2.25 and $3.x Boys straw hats in nice grade, 60c to $65. Shoes. Low cuts for men. Enamel calf, $3.50 Patented Cordivan Colt, $3.50.' Vici and box calf in .all shapes, 2.60 to $4. See our Ladies Slippers fore you buy. be- Shirts. or Our fancy negligee, with without collar, can't be matched at 50c. $1.00 buys the best shirt shown in this country for the same money., Cuffs attached or seporato. $1.60 gets a beauty, all full cut sizes. $2.00 will buy the finest thing shown inl town. i ! Belts for Men. If Dress Goods. Wo are showing all the novelties in Waist goods, dress goods and all Avash...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 28 March 1902

V i?. V! d 2r ir t tntfn South 1:37 p.. Dhy train Ndrth . . , ,..J$i08 p. m. lt!gtittr& S6utii..,..i.,..ww... 11:80 s. hi. Iftght Vln tfoMi ...i.'-.y.i 8:10 ft. fti.J !" JLJTJSi-J-r- it-.- 1 ANNOUNCEMENTS. BftLL COtFNTY. Subject to U'rleiHOcrntlo primary. For Representative l ul Huling P. Robertson. W. T. Shannon. For County Clerk C, K, White. "For Tax Collector . F H GOFF, John Haley. R. L. Gully, For Sheriff- Sam Sparks, 0 J. W. ROPER., For County (Treasurer ' W L Wilson, N. B. VERNON. For Tax Assessor? 9! M. (Charley) MEEKS For County "Attorney A, L. CURTIS. For Co. Commissroner Beat 2: E. W MOSER. J W AYCOCK. WILLIAMSON COUNTY. The following anoouncements are subject to the democratic pri- maries: For Judge of tho 26th Judioial District E. T. MOORE. For County Attorney JNO. D. HUDSON. J. E. NEAL. J. BYRON ROBINSON. For County Judge Chas. A. Wilcox. For County Clerk -John A. Brewster. KD. Byrom. For Silpti Public Instruction W. W. JENKINS. D L Hamilton. For County Treasurer '...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 28 March 1902

wre v.insTw yy. w iSHfr1 ;P, ' he Diamond "Bracelet By MRS.fiHENRY WOOD. 'Author of East m taUfcraii r. ternooti oLa Hot Jiino day was towards cvanlng, and tho fKrorld JKtiondon for it was the of rttiiion was beginning to of dlnMS-.', Id a woll-furnishcd pmg roorrijUhewinflows being open the blinds drawn down to ex- sun, stood a lady whose maid t the, touch, to her rich attire. ly Sarah Hope. totiw. bracelets, my ,iauy7 aBiteu ilfao xAfld;" taking- a small bunch ot Oity trMdihe' packet. tv "Nonef.jfowj.itlsso very hot, Alice," daed,Laayvsaran, turning to a young tfdy who was leaning back on tho sofa, E'haYa tntt'vready displayed for me rnen, I come up, and I will decide hen. jt ', , ?;""? have Ihern ready. Lady Sarah?" returned? Mlise Saaton. f "If yo.ii.vwil be so kind. Hughes, WVtha ,W to Mfts Seaton." Lady SawiHleft tho room, and then the maid' .Htiehds. becan taking one Of the Mnaliiteyaorf' the ring. "I have srot leave to sra.out. miss." sho explaln- Wt, aa am. going directly. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 28 March 1902

m i"7 u't SHffffO &, LOCAL MENTION. See' Roiintree's ad in tliis issue. LouoIIe,Barnhardt has pnou- rJ&onin, German millott sood at S1.60 per bushel. k ' " Lawrenco & Son. Mrs"v Coker was seriously ill Sunday and, Monday. Try Mullis fc Murphroo the new baoksmiths. All work guaranteed first class. t Miss Maid J. Allen, is crippled , irfint th'o effects of sticking a naftinjior foot. ' Mr. a'nd Mrs, M. Paco wont to Temple yesterday. 'For tornado, fire, acoident and llfeinsurnno.n. nrn .T T fllnnnnn jVBartiort'sbahk. Mr. J. 0. Hairston made a bus- ness tHp to Bryan last Tuesday. v Jj -"" W4U1H.JUI.UW11, Ul UUI'Il Hill, 'Was, hero this wook. W Mr T .7 ITnmn mnJn T,..! ff" . M Ak.tuijj 1UUUU U UUOI" Kvn t:neas trip to Taylor Monday. (, 1 ShfirKf Snm Rnnolra nt ttnUr. Sxfn.R 1T1 flSurn loaf TCntrlnYr nnl mnAr M. , """ "" "" """ muuu The Tribiine a pleasant visit. E;,P. Mitohusson has opened up his cold drink stand, and is , ..ready to serve the public. ,.T ' A,good rain fell i...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 28 March 1902

HPTOV- ' .' I .,., : 'i - .. ' .i'tH a if ft w'-ti' ' JS ff'" ut! i'lO' 37 " . PA; w m. m. . . tyvj..'. m;,-& f.t v 'Pi. . f'i. . II ;ir L y -8. ;. m. vty - XL, V - . feA-- : pwlfi' ,i ).' ' . 'J. 41 ' ' "'.? i ..'I. ", S'Vw.A' t.. Si. ' v, , V ES5-V! ?t ii ':-,. A' - ., "7. 1 .5' foft' . ' , ".. , 'v'r u yxA n ,' liV A eo V Br" "'' m v. . 'fiU &' - BsfirdloiflBsr lev ft iTodiiiiy Manila, jrithi sua id iJV iar sr nn Knanitvr no wan Trnhtrt. That vy. 80th Century Onta. Tk it mftrr!, prodttiluc from KM ti WO bu. xt ftcrt, Salter 0ti u vr riDMa rredaet (rati jUMi. ThU.B. Af.Dip. 1 That par. f Threo Enrocl Corn. tW to JW bull bar tin. ii trmljr prcflubl -ai rr- "mimiiiwiq, allr MnreAl WhAfi Tr 40 bo i. pr mc, W U4 hTibUbrtt4Me4" ronUVhftUhji.idd vn m itrni w bqi, ptr Mr. That pay. , x Bpettz. '2rttfii trtki fotd am mh-40 boi. frtlo ud4 tool riftnlBetnt btr ptr aen. That payt, Victoria Rnpo fcukM U iMlblt grow fcoj t, ihttp tod etttt kt a aoalofbyilaalb. Html- proliao, 4ms will H...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 4 April 1902

O" K o r V nmm& -i 1 '0. jv Vi i-JSKs VOL. XVI. BARTLE1T, TEXAS, APRIL 4, 1902 NO. 51. t VfG y5"! mt H V , Low Prrc es For Cash We will sell as cheap as any one and lower than the most. On Credit We make only a very small difference be- tween the cash price. m .. " ""I" ii ii i i IU..U. ill .iii.ii i i , - i. iii -m. in.n. NSilk, mi wash waists vvonarcn Dress Skirts, ClUw-fc? t Embroideries Laces, M KIR T I ' T- m m m ra m fm m iSaP ' Have Your CLOTHES rnacle to Order by.... osiery White ( Belts, Etc Aro unsurpassed in quali- ty, style, fit and color. "Monarch" and m you get - The Best. --fX . . - & & L- . - -!?&&. " & H TiL "- A WWJ i"i)c GREAT ,bic&go 4 etf-JCT w H'COOt 1 aiiors. Tbcy Guarantee io Fit apJ Please You. LARGEST ASSORTMENT. -LOWEST PRIGES. iaceSs m .OQtC 47 "V1 CI RUMPLES AT ottr store- In high quality and low price our, stock is surpassed by none. Our as- sortment is elegant, embracing: Galloon, Valoncienes, Arabian, Linen and Torchon and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 4 April 1902

f,f? Mitt Wrihmik ! WtAWK, Sdi. Bad ruk. STT, ..... TEXAS, y TEkANETTES. taras.iwts' a commercial club. gijiartt Is after the International rail- u. ; trehftatoar and flvo bales ot cotton at Jtaetrop. M3apr has a military company with warollment of forty. Tfee .privet6 schoolhouse of Prof. instil w burned at Waco. glajgbtcara bu the Cotton Belt rall- wei;e, ultcncu near unmet. ySbrevep'orC baseball cIud ot the jmtnern league la training at waco. EiIhe,.iM$trsbaU and Suburbarr Electric ei.'Uar line uas Been biu.uh.-u u incise. 1 ,.'it, -. A Mexlcanvwas struck by a locomo- re,air.'J3an Antonio, but escaped so- Iwih4lniur, pA 'heavy Vain fell "at Atlanta on Uio KhtroWhe24th ulf, tbat was nearly I clMbukt. TmitL'Nhllonal bank of Tulla. caultal Stock. $BfS,oW,' has received authority w conduct business. ,7ahi( c'teaves, who became a citizen l t'lermrne'wb'ea It was a village, died . erysipelas K')ttiensf ' National bank of Llvlng- Pfton, icapjtal stock J25.000, has been athomea to do bus...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 4 April 1902

rfs-W r 1 a i." , w . I I L" ' ' !. f ;? B-'V 1 11 t Sir v IT " Kiv t)Vk &1 ' J'- IV I; H- , l&i J l! .i ;v i..-'i ' if" V ri The Diamond Bracelet i By MRS. HENRY WOOD. Author of E'-tt Lynno, Etc CHAPTER III. Allco loft lior slBtor standing In tho room nnd went upstairs, But sho was mora than one mlnuto away; sho was three or four, for sho could not at first lay her hand upon tho letter. When eho returned her s'stcr advarc-d to her from tho back drawing room, the fold- ing door3 between tho, two rooms be- ing ns before, wido open. "WJint a Une collection of hiacelets, Alice!" sho exc'almcd, as sho took the lotter. "Aro they spread out for show?" "No," laughed Allco; "Lady Sarah Is going to tho opera, and will bo In a hurry when sho comes up ftom dinner. She asked mo to bilng them all down, a8ihe had not decided which to wear." "I like to dross befoie dinner on my oporn nights." "Oh, so of course docs Lady Sarah," returned Allco, as her sister descend- ed the stairs, "but she...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 4 April 1902

' 4v MNMjaMgM t',M ' mnmimnmmimiimmimmmmmiimrsN T FAII HHX "W M H $: a--a i LIE & LINDSEY'S i'4- "B DON 1(3 LES 1 Beg ins Saturday . , Aw , . - - rJV - !' J:. ' ? y 4 A; B&irffett, Texas, -' ' ,v' gartlet, Texas. If.SK.-. Gates J. Q. Sharpe, siEditors and Troprs. i ; t :r " '.- - fJiKn!ro3 as' second class mail matter at tlio ' Burtlelt postofflco, ' EoCnl notifies 8 1-3 cts. tier lino for each , r 'neertion. :'& advertisements continued un- v ordered .out unless othenviso specified. p6r7xis One Hollar a Year. T ' Fdr. State Senator 20th District 6H,0N. LEE J, ROUNTREE. Merchants are forced into ad- vertising, schemes upon a plea 4faat;i is 'for charitable purposes. WMitm.nnr ft r , THE Holland Progress, under 'mnew management, is an ox- ' oelleht paper, and the people of ftfaatliown should greatly appreci- &ate;the .efforts of the editor. The Prberess is the best advertise- mz naenfr Holland over naa. !iyr,u in " , at i..i t, a Jft'is reported . that citizens of Gra...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 4 April 1902

W'?li$W MIJislMC ' &ktren i:$jl& flfe iasri etrfcio'n " ' KWIT: ; ;!. , ,. ... 3Vo- -. -t;?,.. r 4- "rTa " - j" "S'l&srhvJS&i:' -.TO1 W&VtlW . 1far fewlagr. -;4bnrc .?ca&mnH h . Vv, i3v-rl .", j ''V !; ri ri't-ttA.- r.ni 4tfU-. t',j'. --.'',.-' 'ici'ftta,.- i iTV.'if-PiirsrTnL i nni.i-iitiu..- lhl, -t- . .- -trro: -;. ----- . j .it,- :y ---: :4iv A,vu.v-rti&f. ''.'-rtiY .-ihia Sari- r-inrhmftl ; Tllbb va. kl?iiofehti -tjits" plall" 'bftlMditt. gala -tf tti? an4 the. , .it a v" j t p'V ...j ' -ii .mi ! l4.sJ. At.'r' wtUwA. .,,- -- .el&flftia-, hW '& nnh .)fllv l'WlU,D6-Ca ?UipaiC.;giye MwvwwMux.y wv. :: .. . - -:-;; i. j..i1'."-7 Jl'v, V-. , 4 ' '1 . VHV"uu!uy - ,w -.A, , v" - '..- . ... jny3i3lm-ft baiter ldsflr-'oariBteaa.T 1. V,1- ".,lS"-.l;t JWV'- T-f. - ,- - v 's r:...r 'mU KWA..ha tiS .IfWfi.tOi . - -r .-. b r a, t rv . 1 1 . rm inf .-mj icj . ia mr t , . . ji jv i rv- . -v-'v ' '.'.r';v4rtvI1c! i;Vt-n :rt- i M i 5'V3"' 2 " fi ".-'' " Vj HJ '...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 4 April 1902

?!' I'. I V it w V, w tf & K ijt. a: S a ,2"- .' rv &." MILHUB TIME TABLE, Dy twin Solitk.t.........ili27 p. in. Dy train NorUi'... ..GiOC p. mi Night train South. ..... '11:80 n. m NTght twin North ,. -..... ... 8: n. m. ANNOUNCEMENTS. BELL COUNTY, ttatyoet to tho ilcmocratlo pilmary. tFor Ropre8ontativo ' Huling P. Robertsdn. W. T. Shannon. 'For County Clerk . l C. K. White. For Tax Collector 0 F H GOFF, ,$ u John Haley. I' . R. L. Gully, ,For Sheriff . - a Sam Sparks, .' J. . ROPER. " For" County Treasurer W L Wilson, i ' N. B. VERNON. , ' For Tax Assessor ' ' S. M. (Charley) MEEKS For County Attorney 3 A. L. CURTIS. " For Co. Commissroner Beat 2: E. W. MOSER. jf J W AYCOCK. WILLIAMSON COUNTY. Tho following anoouncements are subject to the democratic pri- ' marics : For Judge of the 20th Judicial " District E. T. MOORE. 1 For County Attorney JNO. D. HUDSON. J. E. NEAL. J. BYRON ROBINSON. For County Judge Ch'as. A, Wilcox. For County Clerk John A. Brewster. ' R. D. Byrom. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 4 April 1902

V r V f ?F . " n t'i i r;-W- di IESSEE f LOOD. t- lw May font Up Oyer Four ' Million lollars. ENTV-TIIREE. ARE DROWNED. ti IWt f the Dead Is Incomplete, and It ($ ttni Later. Returns Will Largely ''Swell the Number. vr rrY,A.1tVrt1i'A rnn tirH ?1 . T?nnnrU s . "srv"' """"-."' " trom the Hooded district o Tennessee LnhlBteo 'tho gravity of the situation. ftIlk damage resulting, It Is believed, i (WlU'feuth $4,opo,0Q0, while twenty-two P? Uyel are known to "have been lo-iti & The1, section visited by the flood em- i. maceVone ot lite richest portions ot . the state- and damage to farms land.3 ' ti( a serious Item. It Includes counties lytaK1 between the mountains on tho eastno,1 ,tha Tennessee river on the wBt' and the Alabama line. Stone fences ,Tthat have stood the storms ot jp& tort years weio1 washed away In mat7 ofthe famed riverside farms of incolu county arid ciops destroyed. Thousands' of logs are reported P' drlf m the upper Cumberland. J.UO UljUgc Ui tuts iiaautll.u ...

Publication Title: Bartlett Tribune, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 4 April 1902

") Ku wl'' ' ''."'.' V ' JP ' ' n'V. It y " t1: ' .: -" ' ' . 4 - sv IK., ft IV. i $r .. ft a It h fcfi m tf? 4 1 r r-5 ' i'b H fc ft. Bi'" m i ut "" ' V-1 ,R ' i M vi .'II ' t 41 ,M ' m it i Mrs. Sophie Binns, President Young People's Christian Temperance Union, t Fruitvale, Bal., Cured of Congestion and Inflammation of the Ovaries by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. " Dear Mrs. Pinkiiam : Eighteen months ago I was a pretty pick weftnan. I had felt for some months that I gradually grew weaker, but finally I had such severe pains I could hardly stand it. I had taken cold during menstruation and this developed into conges- tion of the ovaries and inflammation, and I couliot bear to walk or stand on my feet. The doctor recommended an operation which I would not hear of. One of my friends advised rne to try Lydia E. Hnkham's Vegetable Compound, so I gave it a trial. Can you imagine my feeling when within two months I felt considerably better, my general health was improved, and m...

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