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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 26 August 1904

rn;in i:,uc !,) :" rJ." )&: &. .( is . - ' ! l'J A 'i m; V,. v? u: tt' '- :; f.r',1 V'?V "Of CSt-.f. OUR NEW STORE 'A' V,: v .' ' WILL NOT BE READY FOR US TO OCCUPY BEFORE SEPT. 5. MM hi V. i. -". t 1 J ftWi f 'it " b W i . c4 ONLY 7 n."i . it. . s- m Al? "in '5 ,- k-1- r ' ,15 ;JV r dUKIi .tvt' s: n!tTMtftr!n?!T!!?r!tntHt!!!!!n!!!rntttrt!tnt!!!ttftt!!n??t???m??nT!n!ttttT!mtT?!T!Tnf!HnH?tnnnmi!li DAYS 'llr .4 fcv - rrf,, V' I; '- at . i A . e .W SO- W YOU will find us at the same old stand handing out to the people the Greatest bargains ever heard of in Texas. Strike of railroad employees delay in transit, caised many goods to arrive too late for the big sale. Must be sold. From now until Sept. 3rd we are going to make things hum. Just think of it ! 2 cases 104 sheeting to be turned loose. They are now worth 27 l-2c yard, hut our farewell price will be 17c a yard. About 50 suits of Clothing that are worth twice and three times the money we ask9 must gosome at 1.98, 3.69, 4.4...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 26 August 1904

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 26 August 1904

:. t?.i. ."' Ai 'k 'tv'H X ' . .- -" 1 ft f. -f t; ... f www -u- Koe6ecX)CKX3bboopo66oopo od6oooooOcxxx6ooooocooooo7D BAKILfcll NATIONAL BANK, CAPITAL, $35,000.00. Successor to JOHN T. BARTLETT, Banker. : : : : : : ; : ; : ; ; : Open for Business July 16th, 1904. if w Gl m "V - f.. ' .' sYou have to your credit in this Bank the good wiH, , kindest regards and best wishes of the Officers and Directors of the Bank. It will giye us pleasure to serve you, when occasion may offor,iund wo extend to you a "cordial invitation to make the Bartlett National Bank yoUr headquarters when you are in Bartlett. A room has , beon reserved in the Bank for the use of visiting friends and M-uuHiumere, wnero man mav do received and anaweriri. With ample capital and facilities for handling any and au fc business we solicit and will appreciate your busi'nass. In fj .return we promise 10 extend ev6ry accommodation possible consistent with conservative banking. OFFlCERSt ; Mrs. Mauy A. Bartlett, President, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 26 August 1904

1"' dk ? - m . I Br l"1. If" I'll! d It-. m M? 11.... mr m 5. I' ' I' '" BR! I!W'X, .jtjfr.dfcp., ? ,( 7 M If you want the Best - $ try tho Celebrated ' Paul Jones! WHISKEY I NONE BETTEE IN THE LAND. YOU'" WILL FIND IT AT . : :' ' Ed. Ford's. T o m " THE DAY OF THE ROOTER. V '.H99 Will Play an Important Part in x' - ' Toxas' Upbuilding. l n.HMl.rt ....!.,. Inn..-, .ill n.4-f nt tlic. State give cidouce of the wide- spread interest of farmers in the raising of hcg3 for the Fort Worth market. C. (J. French, traveling so- licitor for the stock yards, who gets out among the fannerg and stock raisers, talking to a reporter for this paper, said: "I will tell yoit of what they aro doing in one neighborhood. Mr. h "W. G. Smith was on the msrket one 'day last week with a load of hogs that averaged 194 pounds and sold at $5.65. This was moio than the same, hogs would hivve brought in Chicago. I asked "Ur. Smith what the people wen doing in his county toward hog raising tor this market. He tol...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 26 August 1904

Wfrf w ? Vf v i ' n. 'r5',i' 'V J ,.. Kt &&?? - ? 'r? J ? : ' -, a . 'i .-m' . 'jmw ,i. :ii tl',,.. ,.-,, , i i? 4fflH iv" '','"r "'""" --- - f- ... -.- .,,-,.., .,., . I The First National Bank Bartlett, Texas h V R' RT' pv 1 ,S ' Opened July 1, 1900, with capital o $25000, now -j,' I has ovor $90,000 deposits, and over $10,000 sur- 4 plus and undividod profits, attor paying lib- oral dividends each ear. We are amply able to take care of you and your business, bo it great or small. C. C. BA1LEV, Cashier. J. L. BAILEY, President. tiZ ,rt ,, to ' Local Mention ,n , - i?i i 'if Mrs. T. J. Slaughter went 1 . fomple yesterday on a visit. Captain Ed F6rd hag moved his saloon into the Stanley brick. Mr. and Mra. D. W. Wilcox of tr fix " f v ''-'-; Georgetown visited relatives here this week. & P.r. T. B. Benson, of the Bart- let,t National Bank visited Tom -pie Wednesday. There will be regular services at the Methokist church Sundey .h,.'Vs,,y,'the pastor, Rev. Walker. lii ATi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 2 September 1904

m IBMMMBjilljVj i wBVL-.V j.,iL" Kb i ) 'V .!. ' , " 1 y (t1 WXU 'fc ViCN .T . .''!.'''- . . ' S13"- 0 ISM ' . 'Ikftidii wfth !s " " T t'BB' v I IB ' nt I r -T y ' T f Nr ' V f 3r ' rw iF r fr f& f ; r-r- y "" ' , .. . , : ! i'.W.w 'r'Jr tin JWv.H iOT Lti'i M' fc,i Srft R .. ?-'' , feAv .li.Jl .W hvr ,(. ?.:.' -" 0 , "3 RTF. CATES, Editor. B:W a-..1; ..i. - A r 'w" iv i : V ?v ' . V . ! FiV. . '"1-H444- Old Settler's Reunion. The Old Settler's Reunion and isJMETpQXp R AN D 'flnsTuu in u.sTpmJfTT office P ',! x'barbcue Saturday, at Georgo- tbvn, was a Bplended success, -& fully 5,000 people beinp: present. '8,. '4n organization of the Old Set- 'f V tiers of "Williamson county was tC, eff e.ated and the following officers .;Vyyere elected: W. J. Makemson, k: Rresideht; G. W. Glassco'ck, vice '.presedent; S. A. Hodges, secre tary,; Frank Carothers, treasur- "JDuring the afternoon patriotic land, appropriate speeches were v"xhade by Captain S. M. Stray- iKbfn, Lee J. Rountree, J...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 2 September 1904

"! ;y , y. p; . v - . o t .', H" - '- i ' ) ,, r ,r ' e V'.1 A ii , 1 r ' i J , P. 3fc fuSF xar ' '3LS. r "M P V a n y fev'-"& KrXML '' IP, '" i K" W'.& If) MM"I"I-'l-I"i-l-H-I-HH--H' v; . V 850 i " FOR ACRES BLACK LAND in miles of Bartlett, 600 acres H ' :: fine state of cultivation, 2oo in pasture. $'.' Good two-story dwelling house, worth $3,- ' '. Rrin ovrH hnrn and ::"'Five rent houses, with wells and cisterns " i .i U.- l-.4-ir .-.-C -.y-.1 p.; clllU plenty ui onjorv Short Horn Durham . ' tie with the farm if purchaser wants them. "& . . V.Vx There is also 125 acres or Timber land 6 miles of the farm, f wanted. - Will sell all or a part of the above 85o acres. This is one of the cheapest farms In Bell or Williamson Counties. For price and terms call on or address, K.OJLMAN & CATES R.eal Estate Agents. Li,$ 13 BARTLETT, ..H-H-hM-W i5he TRIBUNE .3?. Cates Editor & Prop. Enl9red as second class mail matter at th Bartlett postofflco. ujm notices 8 1-3 cts. per ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 2 September 1904

1 f 4T' V r,4 ; '.! T1 , V Bf lit .',). i V ' "A .-?: : i v .4' ft , ,;, 1 i rt.vf so tf. Ew " i'! a BHllUAlrMg'WQaA-niMtirnwiftrfuwiw You know the medicine that makes pure, rich blood Ayer's Sarsaparilla Your mother, grandmother, all your folks, used it. They trusted Sarsaparilla it. Their doctors trusted it. Your doctor trusts it. Then trust it yourself. Thtire is health and strength in it. "I u(Terol terribly from Indication nrct thin blood. 1 found no teller until I took Ayer' BarMpnrllla. l'unr bottlet perma- nently cured mi" " Mils. r. P. IlAUT, Mt, KIko, N. Y. 0100 a bottle. .t c. A VKri co., AlldrueeUK. C . iimll. Mini. hmmhwOi 11)1 mam Rich Blood Ayor's Pills aro contly Inxntlvo. Tnoy greatly aid tho Sarsaparilla. , The Boll Weevil. Of all the destructive insects the weevil family ranks first. The number of species already known, is immense, being not less than 8,ooo to io,ooo. The weevil family may at once be recognised by the head being lengthened into a long snout or pro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 2 September 1904

in :i KAi V kjm r PI wrim aimiu'ftmfflmmtoittwmmnwmwffi r i BE 1 Come I Will .m.uL-4 Et uuiuiaiaiuuuuiiiuuuiuuuuuuuuuuuiiuiaa$muuuuaauuuiuuuuuuumuuuuuuuuuiiuu Gte TRIBUNE & 'M Cates Editor Prop. Snteced as second class mail matter at th "Bartlett postofQco. Lwal notlcos 8 1-8 cts. per lino for each Mruon. xiii aavenisemonis cominueaun' ordered out unless Otherwise specified. , ... , ....,. I Teryrvs One Dollar a Year- " Ji G. Childers of Temple has recently shipped a lot of cattle to Cuba ' tf.In a prohibition election in Lamar county last Saturday the pros. won. tH. citizens of Dessau, on the iw,Akus$in branch of the Mis- la, Kansas and Texas rail- l.jhayemade complaint to the ay' commission of the inad- e., depot facilities at that H .VKV, , One'ofcour esteemed exchanges "v vimw 3 mentioning a religious ordinance, f sava: J'A bantism was nulled . off3ownuon the Gabriel last Sunday, etc. etc. The use of slang in reporting religious mat-, terjPjJs rather new in newspaper- ddm fi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 2 September 1904

KV71 "w tf 5SS5SS!5S5?;!f "" aj In. WW , , ; ' j i '. .. ' 'Ml J J, ( . -V, Goods Rolling ft ' J- I N v5 W 9 , . IK . f &p !.. as A v my r J fr' ",S AiV S V J IVif i u . s if gp A TCP IT n-i4- frvWl .- G?x. IT ; 1 v ;i -, xu jtutoi jjojv. iauiaa ji, jLyuviis wnere we neve oeen tne pest few weeks ransacking the markets for everything new aoid ::: desirable in t AJbJU MERCHANDISE, V v Our purchases were very 23 neavy. as evidenced by the loads of goods we are now receiving daily, n ::::sj7 :::::: buying ror cash, we are in position to moJke you most attractive prices. 5:a? :::::: N o trouble to show goods, v v Drop in and investigate our offerings. .. BO" an1 "Ia. ' rl FALL MILLINERY ON SALE NEXT WEEK. jy 'K- Walton Dry Goods .. ,!Mj J TWft "' ' Pt t RAILROAD TIME TABLE. ' MSI r-..i n.iv n.of f& Kay train North 1:47 p.m. M' . Night train South, 11:14 a. m. gf ; ' Nigh train Norti, 4.40 a. m. fl LOCAL MENTION. : j . ,.. ir . T T Mooaor Vinn n. pinlr nhild. . " -f VyWWW w V. .w....

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

n .- I'm V ti'j 1 : '.ricVitv. F v , 'cV r ? V- i ' rfcH': ,, ;;.! i j gpoQQOocxxxxxoooo "fir A, :" BARTLETT NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL, $35,000.00. Successor to JOHN T. BARTLETT, Banker. : ;:":,;:: : : : Open for Business July 16th, 1904. ,.,sJt You have to your credit in thia Bank the eood will. ' t u . , tj t. o , si Kindest retards and best winhes of tho Offip.flr.q nnri 1 'Directors of the Bank. It will giye us pleasure to sorvo ,f ,you, when occasion may offer, and wo extend to you a ' t cordial invitation to make the Burtlott National Bank "your headquarters when you are in Bartlott. A room has boon reserved in tho Bank for tho use of visiting friends and customers, wnere man may be received and answered. - With ample capital and facilities for handling any and all nilftinfiSfl Wfl Hnlinif nnr will nrtnponinta -irniiT hnfiinaan T yi'o return wo promise to extend ov6ry accommodation possible uuiioiaiuiii. wiiu uunuorvuiive unniuug. OFFICERS! Mrs. Mary A. Bartlett, Prosident. John T...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 2 September 1904

W??: ' ' n't Tr1"!""" "i"" "'"' iiniWWMimiiim iii m-mH.....m.,l,,..:..mll:....,i.m,mmmt I! it ft- V ';; iVi :iG;!htvr Items. " "' . ''iiiWty &&-. . U v f.v. ,Jj- ItftfW.. L My l. r- 'ijTotal cotton receipts of Tnylor r ij..7iv; i , , . , , . " ih lv upjtaiasc wooic were 784 oaies. f$',""'IJp to last Friday Thorndalo ttv una receivoa auu oaies or. cotton. V f't'-! A prohibition election will be i "'',, Held in Coryell county on Sept. 3. K (TiTtj Jtl. A, barley haa resigned his iVfcltitfo. 0 .J1, - . ... . . W. 'i fv.fJnnrnrnhnum hnn rnniovnrt .ihmir. "i'' &. 250 hales of cotton un to last llsriii,.. "-jpnuitjr. 'llfSV'. . T, W Avnnntr lino artlrl Jiia fotrvi j3 ? i V """" ia ovm ilia "'" 980. Rogers News. t -V l " i.vuuiiiaJii ul uaiauu wan , l t tt. .li.U u.- J . 'lirpther. i it TlU a f nnmnn-1 at r f-li nf- iaUam i-r 'V ' -"" livniiuio 1U1JUII bllUI tUHUU 'ati1 4s onenincr rapidly and if the ..-"ty'V , ,, ,. iiht4 uioar, warm wuuiuor uunuuuus ''' , Ji l ....!! u f ' r "...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 2 September 1904

A few ''- ' ' :. v- -,, ,. ?99 M. ' ' V'jaH " - 1 1 f- - t.4-if 1 The First National . ! Bartlett, Texas I.' Ouenod July 1. 1900. with capital of 826000, iV .. 'J J' has ovoi $90,000 deposits, and ovor $10,000 sur- '" 2 V. lus an( undividod profits, after paying lib- ;J,V eral dividends each year. l El il 111 ilffl il 1 1 !?"' now U 1 wmm M m mam mm . v: ". . j X " ? business, be it groat or small. , 'x5c. C. BAILEV, Cashier. J. L. BAILEY, President. ''" ? I'1'1 ' . iSbcal Mention. '-n $. tfresh California fruit at W, iSmTtli's. , (?.' t L Cpttop sold for lie in Barllett i tlViff woek. '.v. New lot fine candy just in at W rrY? Q. Smith's. F'r'tNc'w kraut cheap at W. G. ; ,v Sinith s. , ij, jj, Bartlett wa3 on" the sick kJ list this week. l , Everything up to. date at W. G. l V'l vj.ttI.V .jiuiwi a. F. S. Stone has been quite sick " J1, f ho" past week. . i iirn m v r. n.nn ivirs. u uuuu l . -Hi"V" -- - , Wmikton. a, mrl. ?i ,. ...... . . fti -VV. G." Smith is loaded with ifl'iCVeood...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 9 September 1904

,1 .' '2 1 J T. 11 ' L I '" .1 1 r n i iNi'i yV- -, -10 f'xV W ' ,rV j' ' .v, Rf. ?y ' . 'k j v A ' . i HS "M :, tht igo I I 4 VVV?' g; - ,.J "A '"Kf ' '1W f!yv Wfi L..'v l&W ti "I'v fiV PA b?t s. l-VM " .,(r AS f $ t i ':v tv jf 1; n i i fy Lfi' ' 'H r?r J! Ui 4 a & v --: .r. ' 4. wr ' r ;j?H-H-t-MM-H-K-HM-I-M"H v , I 1 A 1 1 f NEXT WEE f y x ft ' " 3 ., $ '.' Will begin a Aveek's visit of Hi THE FAMOUS EjL F",wyIV GAT r. i at our store. All the children who have not already made the acquaintance of this charming gentleman should do so at once, and those who have already met him will bo glad to welcome an old acquaintance. Ho will give every boy or girl calling at pur hosiery counter a book of drawings of himself, by a well known artist," for coloring He will also give instructions as to how each and every one of them, by by writing a little 300-word story of their vacation experiences, can compete for a number of fine prizes the largest being ' $10.00 in Gold; 2d, $5.00 in...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 9 September 1904

?'? IX' u M 1 I 9! m ft r t-j-M-i-w-w-H-j-i-j-i-i-H-W-t -'-KH"W-;-K-M-J-K-HS-W-H-J' J. ' l. . vT- o 4 FOR SALE ACRES BLACK LAND in miles of Bartlett, 600 acres two in 850 fine state of cultivation, 2oo in pasture. Good two-story dwelling house, worth $3, 5oo, good barn and well with windmili. J - . t I f 1 i h ' x rive rent nouses, wmrweus ana cisterns and plenty of stock water. Forty head of Short Horn Durham cattle. Will sell cat- i tie with the -farm if purchaser wants them. There is also 125 acres of Timber land in 6 miles of the farm, will sell with farm if wanted. Will sell all or a part of the above S5o acres. This is one of the cheapest farms 4 in Bell or Williamson Counties. For price J and terms call on or address, KOLLMANN & GATES, Real Estate Agents. BARTLETT, TEXAS. i-T-M"M-I-l ! I : i--M-;-H-n-,;-T-M-'"I"I-'"I-I-I"I-I"I-'w-w"I-I-T-I"I-I-!-;--' I f "X ffs " $ ft ix ffi. .", X. Weevils in Louisiana. ' Shreveport, Sept. 4. Prot. Morgan has discovered an entire- ly now...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 9 September 1904

,isv f,v 1 1 K ' CI ''v v-j t, . . r. ' tt r U: ,.-. mx ti lf- Q i 1 lis' Ayers You kriov.tlib nlcdicine.that makes' pure rich blodd-- Avpr'r Rnrennnrtllo. Yntii" mother, grandmother, all your f luibb, uacu ii nivy iiubicu Sarsaparilla It. Their doctors trusted it. Your doctor trusts it. Then trust. (t yourself. There is health and strength in it. "I itiffereit terribly from Indlgnlton end thin blond, t fmmil no lrJIef until 1 tools Ayer't SAraparlllu. Kour bottler perma- nently cured me." MltB. i: It. IIAUT, Mt. KUco, N. T. for .t. p. ateii c l.nMell. Rich. Blood AVer's Pills nro c They groatly aid tH cntly laxative o Sarsaparilla. Some Texas Facts. It was in Mcrcli 1 837 that the United States acknowledged the independence of Texas. In the following August the Lone Star State made applicaton for entrance into the American family, but the United States Senate tabled the matter by a vote of 24 to 14. In 1 843 President Tyler made pro- positions to the President of Tex- as for its an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 9 September 1904

l." -a 3 fun tiv; Efc ' fc .", Pv p L. &' W . ?S r, i .'.! i wit .Ai K-,3 K'.v , 0 ' ri - K &? V st. W ', is iv. ,... SSfcfcs s l V l-i' TTmTUTTTTTTTtfTTT?TTTnTTTfTTTTmTTnTTT!!TTTTTTTTnTTntTTT?T!T!TTtnT1T!TTTTTTntlT!tTTirtTTUTTTT!t!tTTttT!TTTTTTnm 1 i Come NEW M JH Ml N , 'V. ,HJ uiuuuuiauiauuuuuuuuuuauuuuiuHiuuukuuiuuuuuuukfUuuAUUUauUjU.u.uuhi.uaiiif ' . Ghe TRIBUNE tat, K.-; -''&. F- Cates Editor f Prop. 'rf. , . . Entered bs second class'-mail matter at th i Bartlett postofflce. Local notices 8 1-3 cts. per lino for each jsrtion. jlll advertisements continued un- ordered out unless otherwise specified. ;lf", 1 - .. ........ ..................- si .nf-Tarjn..? una JJouar a lear ,.,., .. 'Av. A big Methodist revival meet- .-'?ri nloail Qiinr?mf nio-Vif nf 'Pnxr. is: ti WU.BU """-J ...b.. . .j JIm. rtnninnfofl by Evangelist ,PU ,JohnLowery of Little Rock, as- 1 - SrsJi'-ai -lu i- Trt -'T-biblOU uy tup paobui nov. J. W. Story. "There were 130 profes- P . gibn-of faith and...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 9 September 1904

'WWW- "& &M V J , it. :i- t: 'V- .'.' , i ' 4' ' is . L FIXINS i fa. ' i . ".t 43. d dff ' t. JLV '. Jj' ' ' - , ,. P.' ' f ' t &. ocoettttitfiifii(niiagoiiieooiotiigoaoittatogiii(iiaiiii(itiktMiiMittigiatct iaj ". L V" f i, I & 1 i ,-P tf .n ,v 31 J- v. cf ' :' - ' ' ! , - . . ' i .. .v FREE Big Pencil T.ablet with every $L0O Purchase for the children next week. Our 12 l-2c Ribbed Hose All Sizes, 10 Cents. Our Line of STAR BRAND SCHOOL SHOES Has no Equal. Walton ;. . RAILROAD TIME TABLE. Day train Soutu 2:37 p. m liay train North I:-" I1- m- ,Nigbt train South 11:14 " m. Night train North 4:40 a. in. LOCAL MENTION. Dr. Renfro made a visit to Hol- land Saturday. Miaa Mabel Walton is visiting Telativea in Belton. Mr. Bird of Hutto waa a visitor in Bartlett Sunday. ' Frish turnip seed for fall plant ing at Lawrence & bon s. Mr. Ed Rowntroe made a busi nesa trip to Temple Tuesday. . ,W. H. Laaaiter returned yes- terday from a visit to Waco. Rev. J. W. Story, of Tayl...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 9 September 1904

3;'k ,. iT, r W t'mn m..i VA" 'V .,,., '" l T' r !. A . . . 4, " '', ' '.'; -. -, ;? ". j, .. ; .it v OOOOOOCKXX)OOOCOtt)OCX)OOOOOOOOC SPECIAL Hr:.- V " ' VL it " LC ' ill f A I A I 'tjm fit iM 4 a$ 8 u u BARTLETT NATIONAL BANK, CAPITAL, $35,000.00. Successor to JOHN T. BARTLETT, Banker. : : : : : ,5 . : : : : : : : Open for Business J.uiy i6th, 1904. You have to your credit in this Bank the good will, kindest regards and best wishes of the Officers and Dirqotors of the Bank. It will giye us pleasure to servo you,- when occasion may offer, und we extend to you a cordial invitation to make the Bartlett National Bank jtour headquarters when you are in Bartlett. A room has been reserved in the Bank for the use of visiting friends and customers, where mail may be received and answered. With ample capital and facilities for handling any and all business wo solicit and will appreciate your business. In return we promise to extend every accommodation possible consistent with conservative b...

Publication Title: Bartlett Tribune, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 9 September 1904

rf.'1'M ' . I M. " Ill, ,ir v ' '"W . !' - Gbinty Items. I 9o"gin at Spams burned a Xdw' nights ago. U to Friday last Killeon had recdivod '500 bales of cotton. . The Progross complains of dry weather and soarity of water "' afccAifc Holland. There wore 32 marriage license issued in Williamson County ,. during August. g,. County Court convened at "'Georgetown Monday. Thore are 4-07 cases on the docket most of -which are for gambling. To September 4 2065 bales of new cotton have been marketed . in Taylor this season. Increased receipts are expected each suc- ceeding day. Sol G. Yakey was in town Wed- nesday arid stated that he had gatord 50 bales from his farm fojar miles west of Taylor. He , expects to gather a bale to the acre. 'Texan. , - Cotton shipment from Hutto t for the fiscal year just closed were 5133" bales. This includes 673 bales retrieved in August this year. In August, of last year, only 2 bales were reoieved. Rogers, September 3. The election held .here today on. the ...

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