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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 24 March 1905

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 7 April 1905

RRftW WKiMi :n,r ?',.. Pi t id it lattkft- : Lv-. , $v u S$V?7 , , r QSHHM "S "r 7 tW 5 i . . . ;,.,, i , - . . . . t . . . , i. .i... . bro. 14 w': iw'4n V f ' Itfl-JTi dAX, Editor AWtf Proprietor. BARTLETT, TEXAS, APRIL 7, 1905. EftgKESm fKa 3 fl.Ot) Per YtiAn. VOL. XIX. NO. 49 " fp n k R ( o Aretw Bartlett Right ?.-. v I 3731-QlrU' Coat. 4 61x69,6, JB, 10, 12 y$r. J I -S ,, v r. N ' IHIHBHB prsramHff:. . BHHBH) i y 'HHffiwil HhIHB i 'i S M 13LL2 i -B IH 1 B T . 1 1 , 1 1 KI W asons wny you snouia piace your ousiness witn us. I hare is no store in e stylishWine of Dry Goods thanwe do. .We alwaysBave the .latest at "t.H k f -. New Idea Patterns Get thejyiay Fashion Sheet.free.. All pat w - -. st the same pncewOc. Why pay more 1 - i iii i itii i' ' i i r i ssortment and Misses trimmed anci Street hataflFagreat saving 'yotf 'Wtaihcfafiat we carreave you from 50c, tci $1 on vour.stlmmer hat. See our line, , v !' O V. V Yours truly, !, vHv Hr LTY 'fflOTIi Skirt ,(Bg ' lachei waist meas...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 7 April 1905

Pil ill - WW :2-tiWfi,sr-f tlJK.. T.,. V v 5V! "M ', .v . -'LV, , -('l"5frf- mips wmitt ,. nVV. ;,- '; ;.,- ' W svsy. ? a" i Local N i , IE nnt Diinn I nQfidk ewsi Fp ,'f is if'n n?' ? I'M WfiV !fV , Wi- fe Patronize home morchants. farmers are busy planting olkn. J. M, Allen wants your eggs and butter. , Miss Jack Wiley returned fro a Visit to Taylor, Friday. Highest prices paid lor egg: v and butter by J. M, Alltn. Mr. W. T. Walker of Taylor, j was here Saturday. Wlien you want anything to plant sec Lawrence &Son. J. H. Vaughan went to Belton -Monday to serve on the jUrv. ' J. M. Allen always buys your eggs and butter, pays mgnest prices. Mr. Lbn .MQUngar and M Wilbur Youncv came in fn Granger Tuesday, Messrs. Jonea and Hoskins Temple, were here looking a cotton in Bartlett Tuesday. Miss Cqdley of the Pub. Sohool faculty visited relatives a Waco Sunday. t. . Mr. Keotqn,ard daughters of Donahoe, paid the Tribune office a pleasant visit last Friday. D. A. Poynor, who for several...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 7 April 1905

;; 35wv "'Ot. , Jf'.r "if' : ,, ll r' If v HE i(! UV Ilk " (' . ti. . t J . '. '-'t r r s-r, t v SJCj J v &t-AW l w$ ! rr i':t..'.".v N&fc .' ;tt.4, ' M &m .; c&- :w rfj,, ,f in,?tf Wl'1,jW . " .14 mv ; . ' KT?, nWiiWriTiiiiiftiiiiiiMftft OVER tttfc About 400 balw of cotton were marketed in Rogers Jast -week, JR. F. Stafford of Holland haa sold, his mercantile business to .. W GVtthMi of that plaoe; v; . "Gieoretbwn, Tex., April 1. dounfy court adjourned today ftr seetion'-of' four weeks. An; unusually large amount"of bfobusineas was disponed of an a, number of oases, w ere cortti: uad until the Juno term. v. " ' ' Jim Goodnight hai his resignation as pri Holland High S ' -ttoard of trustees acoepte elected Miss Beulah principal and Miss Gla nori to take Miss u place.- Troy Enterp Georgetown, Tex "John Bowmer, a years, died sndde , aborning of heart terday he. plowed in the fi -was apparently in perfect he; He lived rit Cedar Park, a nilos from Georgetown A'genweman ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 7 April 1905

Ka.vr-" VMytf .ft ' ivH-V'ti;' kt ' tertSHR '. A o. 7.1 W- ' t ' wwa 1 &VF M4mbb1 .'Kl Rtttaottfws nut. Ge TtLIBDNEl 3"?.ii "ny (rain 3outii ..,..,-, a..2ilS p. : a 97 train Korth......,.....S(gia p. nu Nlglrt train South- ,....., IliSS'L W. JWIkt,trin'Nprtli,..m --.:47 affi. , i&. ESTABLISHED 1890. a EnUrd s Second-clas Matter at ths Pottoffiea. Bartlett. Texa. v .. 9 a'aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaiaa'S)aalaaaaaaa,aaaa r.W cy l?-A' " JPrice, One Dollar a Year- ' &fX fates Editor f Prop. Friday; april, 7, 1005. The election is over",' good (tne ' '-'have boon eleoted to fill the posi tion of aldermen. Now let all go' to 'work for the good of Bartlott. :$ .. . ! ! Doss Your Suit Fit? ' ! I I I ( United. States SenatonBailoy says that all eye's are on Texas. Yes, and a great many minds ;are bont on coming here, too. Austin 3tatosman. The Bartlott merchants are pretty well supplied with all kinds of produce from the farmers p. country such a3 hog produo eggs, honey, etc. This is mu bett...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 7 April 1905

".SVifi n -rmmii ' - :mmwm it.. ' -AA..:TV.Tieiraws! Ti. n - . v: (-i.,i !ii .; ' ' r v m ,' a ,,, n ' ' -. 1: ;' ' If" ' ltfM i MP- M, 'A ' Stf'fv. 5HV 't . . "''".' WV ; as Sit r 54. r,- y Si, ' 4 r- f Honor Harlan, Otto -HoMr'tyll.. The following is the atoiifor March! J?irst Grade -Pierce Reathcrford McQuary, Hempel, Loyd Clark, Ottes Lasi- sier, Homer McLaughlin, Thco. s -fPace, Harry Modcsett, Mary Hair, v'Althca Cappes, Ida Jesse, . isMueller. '; ' " Second Grade Bruce Willhite , , Denis Lilley, Hally Horton, Nora ' .'lilley' Lattie McGinnis, fard Alt'en, Wynett Lind: Dillard, Colonel Slawson" Rosson, Annie Eastland, Low Third Heber JStrima Lindemann, Gossman, Randolph Gu Barnhart, Lee Cating, . -. Tnez Holland, Johnni yMary McQuary; - fuardt. , High 'Third Mag .'Bertha Pnnzing, busie I Dbde Sanford, Guy Tinley, Sop fe Dormer, Belle uarlan, Cla: iiempelji Blake Jennings,, Walt Hortdn, Eugene Shoemaker, Jerr; Clark; Bessie Clark, Mary Walker . Low 7th (Miss Brady's room)1 ' li...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 7 April 1905

M' H.f WRVTYf ,A ; . . ftrt:.. ,.,.' 'in &il '4-. This Page is Reserved 'iUtisiM w: ') km $m "u Sv. 'I.'1' V.v C-i',1 '-, '.; ' .v VJ i i 1 v..-,;-1)! ' I . -.I.-' 'J ' t ' fli I-I l A sale to advance the il ;on by increasing the usage of Cotton GoodsSThe today, jls we all know, considerably below its ic worthy , THfe causes of this are catties the present low or e ge cot- for mto ' JBaHftBBBBHHBaHBBfe . , ''Ivj. ' .vVaTaTaVaTaTflVflaVJBKBKiHVflBVflBV a j "jPvvaHHBsHHHili ftHBHB SIM F. JHWiv BBS wlt jMkjp JHL VVhHBBBBBB) wS Jbm N A of e wwon alflKiSi eed disMyHn. Whether it- be over mptioAHch that JiiiKwuld be done to enlai M '4 e I j j 's the United States, every shape or another. if ever ise on an average $i.oo w uld mean Eighty milli 1 4 fl tl swo minion oaies, or woks to hold the price a i- ':.. ,i r ? More iLater, ;. TtfilfAHH v .. fMMOiak- vmv ftVftMHMH&n oHBa: mainanBi cHRtoiiBi. WKmL aTJaTaTflBW-- v " ' vaW TftYftYftYaBBF Bftvftvftvftw iSVAaVA J ftVAflVftV ich for V ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 7 April 1905

W-vjj ".It iVVJ rf ft P.. p r Phone 21 For Fresh Groceries, and Bread r i TRY US. ! - G. W. DAVENPORT. CAAArVWAAAAlffcAAAAArfWrfkllV Local Mention. How's your subscription? These are "Happy Days" in Bartlett. Beer always fresh on tap at At- brecht's. Born to Mr. and Mrs. C. R. White, a girl. Geo. P. Owens went to Geo- rgetown Wednesday. Henry Knarvek of Berhrnvllle was in town Monday. Don't forget that Albrceht al- ways has fresh beer. Mr. Ernest Belk visited in Manor last week. If you want fresh beer any hour in the day, go to Albrecht's. Miss Maude Kuykendall went to Austin to visit relatives Miss Richard of Paris, is visit- ing the family of M. Pace. Dr. Lancaster of VilaB was a Bartlett visitor last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Klump have a fine boy 0 moir ome A cold lunch and cool glass o; beer is refreshing, ypu will find it Editor WhMrtae made a busi , jness trip io. TjIBl Wednesday. -- - Mr. and Mrs. doffTyles are yisning Mr. ar Welch. Ham Hair will nl oye to Granger as repor...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 7 April 1905

"xi ' II i 'j ( utvMT n wwimTminnrrniiTirMTi'ii"!"j" '-'"-ti , t i - . . . ' ... " -rrfc l,,1"l,J " ' p""" ii 1 ! ,.i , t .. .in i. l . i , f I, , l, , in., f i i M , i, ,h. fc . , ' '"' " )1 i"if i -j , i v i i ii i I , , Up I ft .i i , ., i u i i n n i . .1 m W " V t JUST BACK 11 I P V ' I I H '. I I V I if M i I I I I H i 1 cr MI ; I Walton Dry-GocysCorapaFiyj RAILROAD TIME TABLE. )ay train South 2:25 p. m Day train North 2.02 pfln. Night train South 11:33 n. m. Night train North ...r 4: 17 a. m. LOCAL MENTION. Strohber. Tf?at sorghum 'lasses at Rown- tjee's A fine " Br. BKrtin. of Davilla, waa in town yesterda'. gj Take your clfjiKens and eggs to Rowntree. g. Adolph Leuok rapemberod the Tribune this weJ?, J. M. Roebuok of Prairie Dell waa here Monday with cotton. Everything cheap at Rown- tree's. Will not be undersold by anybody. W. T. Buckley, of Summer8 Mill, was in Bartlett this week after lumber. Phone or call at Rowntree's for your groceries and you will get prompt delivery...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 7 April 1905

4 MiT) ?r. es Ka I? flO hft I. k' t-s, If'' Beltoh Notes. Belton, Tex., August 21. Sun- day morning Constable Yar- brough with two deputy sheriffs, J. B. Blair and Dan Crow, made a raid on a bunch of negroes who Were ''pitching dollars," and cap- tured 10. When the officers ap- proached some of the sable Sena- v gamblans hied to the other part of town, but were later picked up. In all about 15 were placed in jail on the charge of gambling. For .several Sundays negro men have congregated in the rear of restau- rants operated by those of their class and indulged in various sorts of gambling. Consequently this haul. Then, too. they stand aiound the streets and almost blocks some of the sidewalks. Yesterday evening, however, the condition was different, for but few of the colored population were in sight and none in the old gathering places. So far there is no complaint fc anent the cotton crop in Bell county. In fact, the outlook is very promising and it most too late for any great dep...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 7 April 1905

WES f" fc SI 0 IS If 4-n you win be vwmwi TXTE GUARANTEE IT. No grocer house in town makes greater efforts to please and protect every customer than T. F, PONDER. It is our earnest desire that every order re- ceived from me shall give full and complete satisfaction and I employ every means to attain this result. Our only road to success lies in earning repeat orders by giving you quicker service, better goods and lower where. Your interests and ours are identical. When we fill an order for yon all items are guaranteed and of the full value I claim. They may be returned. This is a broad guarantee on my part, given in good faith, J. F. PONDER. Local News. Hoffman. Whitlow Bros Haberdashers. Bartlett is the bost cotton mar- ket in Texas. Sumner Riggans of Witchita Falls is here on a visit. Rev. R. A. Walker visd Georgetown this week. Mrs. Chas, Kaase of Miles is hero on a visit to relatives. J. A Montgomery ajd family, of Lilac, have moved to Bartlett. Rev. Perry Mitchell, of near Holl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 1 September 1905

Ill mi tibttnc: Wo R. F. CATES, Editor and Pkopiuetou. BARTLETT, TEXAS, SEPT. 1, 1905. $1.00 Per Year. VOL. A NO, 18. See J D. Siawson for all kinds of Ensuraoce Office in Bartlett National Ba.nk' J 8 jM9 ld JV J'l'i'J'J' E . ' ,- New Road Opened. County Commissioner Vernon jjraa here one day thia week to receive the new road recently opened up, beginning at the Sa- lado and Bartlett road, thence on the lino of R. A. Tankoraley's and J. V. Martin's and Q. M. Harlan's and James Kelso's and the Robiaon place, to the Allen and Pookman road. Meeting Closed. The protracted meeting whioh waa held at the tabernacle the ' past week by Elder Sypert, of Oonavillo, closed Sunday night. There wero two additions to the jchuroh. Union Services. There will bo union services at the Tabernaole next Sunday night, at which Dr. Chapman of Georgetown will preaoh a sermon on prohibition. All are cordially invited. Cotton Receipts. To date Bartlett has received 2,664 bales of cotton, as follows: R, S' Tho...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 1 September 1905

'J " ' r mmsvsii, ". 'i . t '; w iV & $ fe $ ft y r1 6? TRIBUNE ESTABLISHED 1886. En to rod as Second-clnss Matter at the Poatofflce, Bartlett. Toxat. Pride, One JQollar a Year- R. F. Cates, Editor Propr. M. L. Cates, Foreman. Advertising Rates. One page one issue, 10c per inch. Half page one issue 10c per inch. 1-4 page one issue 10c per inch. Ono page 1 mo. 8c inch per issue. Half and quarter pages.bamo rate Legs space, 12 l-2c inch per issue Locals, 8 l-3c lino per issue. Professional cards 10.00 per year waTAll advertisements run and charged for at above rates until ordered out. FRIDAY, SEPT. 1, 1905 There are lots of henpecked men but we boliovo more wives are mistreated than husbands. If you wore a boy again what would you do? Would your lifo- be different? Try to make the best of it. It used to be that women were contented to look pretty, but now they want to be strong as woll as beautiful. Some men who would raise the neighborhood if the dog was missing at night are not ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 1 September 1905

' f 'Vrrtf'' ' V e ErJTm 1 ift syrs ,.v ;'.- 5 ONLY &;- a W, fflv, ;i- 9; J O L't- a a WE HIWI5 made arrangements with, trie StroKber Piano Company to hold one of their special advertising sales in oir town. A solid car of pianos, will arrive in our store about Monday Sept. 4 and for 15 days only we will push this sale and offer high grade pianos, guaranteed in your home, not at fac tory, at lowest prices ever made in this part of the country. Everybody invited to attend. i" ? l-7$ re?-- An Expert Flayer in Attendance Bros. OVER THE COUNTRY. J0T9 Up to last Saturday Thorndale had received about 1000 bales of cotton. "Walter Moseley and Miso Maude McMillan of Holland were recently married. At the Baptist churoh Sunday morning, the congregation called Rev. Blaylook to the paBtorate o this church Holland Progress, Taylor, Tex., August 27. En- couraging reports come in from the conntry regarding the pecan crop of this section. The crop is said to "iye promise of being one of the mos...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 1 September 1905

YM'Wn " pfMBV w X- a ' t," '. II 4H- flHf a 99 &H ' a TIL ' I Pf P -If I Iffi-a few I lf)W J I gMHHnaSBBSSSEBHa STANDS First in fit, quality Ltd work- mamsklp. Hundreds of wearers 'in this commmity 'testify to this fLct aurtd are singing praises of our "Majestic" Clothing. The people are fast corning to realize that they can be more BETTER SUITED in the "Majestic" styles than if they yvere to have one fruilt to order. The cornf ostatble fit arou nd the arms; the athletic concave shoulders and the late style loose hanging h&.ck puts 6MA JIDSTIC Cloth- ing head a.nd shoulders sbove aJl others. At $5, 7.50, 10.00 and 12.50 per suit we can show Believing is easy when you have seen; come and J you an extra good linef medium priced clothing'; let us shew you. at $15, $20, $25 and up to $30 per suit we have a superior line of high class clothing. The Leading Clothiers. mMSsm -Z0S v 1 I I Barf lett, 'Texas Leslie &' LIndsy's GRANGER, Texas. "gganamnEiiiiB-naaBgKgajaiHiBBaa'iiMBa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 1 September 1905

J.. J..., . 1' f it V" 0 u J IKEmSiffi FOR FALL 1 J" " "3VT Household Fixings JT" 0 fpL l!i vi " o' & , && fj I There may be others "up a tree" not us. We" are bore with the goods, bought right, and do not concede any ground to our compot-tors. Cotton goods today are "out of 'sight." We bought months ago, and are offering them to tho trade on tho basis of 6 con t cotton. 1 Absorb this Wo are right after your fall dry goods business with clean standard merchandise and at prices that will please you. Our Millinery section will be open Sept. 1st, in charge of Miss Eeckner, now in St. Louis, and will eclipse any previous effort in this department. Is a matter of interest to every lady, and the handsome assort- ment we have gathered together should appeal to every one who contemplates "fixing' up" and beatifying her home. We have made this a special feature of our business and are showing' a very at- tractive line of RUGS, MATTINGS, LENOLEUMS, CUSHION COVERS, CURTAINS, DRAPER...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 1 September 1905

1 V FWW'VWW b y M PVHXTPX KHK a B&ffl , rfJ I r, V y I, IF1FFTi"MAAAA fc Pjit !inrl llrinlf ?LUS UIIU 111 UU G. W. DAVENPORT. t A-JlrAJIAAAIJI.-AAAilWiBrAAAAA Jl -rfir A A H A Local Mention. How's your subscription? Cliff Tally spout Saturday in Taylor. Beer always fresh on tap at Al- brecht's. W. T. Ray of Salado was here ihis week, Frank Newton spent Sunday in Temple. Don't forget that Albrceht al- ways has fresh beer. P. L. Stanley of Granger was here Monday. If you want fresh beer any hour in the day, go to Albrecht's. Hugh Server of Dallas was in Bartlett Sunday. A cold lunch and cool glass of beer is refreshing, you will find it Miss Mable Dauguerty is visit- ing relatives at Briggs. Mr. Payne of Hollandwas a Bartlett visitor Tuesday. Bishof f Stanley irfcved4 home this week from San Antonio. T, S. Coulter spent the past week in Marlin on business. Mr. and Mrs. D. W, Wilcox of Georgetown were here Sunday. J. M. Weir of Salado was in .town Saturday on business, Mrs W. H. La...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 1 September 1905

,tf f !V " H v h ! fj( i5 it K fi. Vk w t ?!'"J 7 . BV ' i-H VJ II v ft' I? ft , , '4. Holla: land News. Holland. Texas, Aug,, 28 Tho Methodist meeting which hftB in progress haro for ten days and uaa uuui uuuuutueu uy v. uiru . - 1 j i. t r-j wen uiuccu luaii niLrmt xiiuiu wore thirty four couyoreions, several of thorn being the mott influential men oC tho town. A subscription of about S175 was taken up yesterday for Rev. Birdwell. District Clerk Jno. McKay and family are hero. , Misses Kate and Mary Belle Underwood rre very much im- proved after their attack of fever. Sam Mowhinney is having a 3iouso erected on his ranch near Cameron and will soon move his family there to reside permanent- ly. Aubrey McGrogor has acoept- od a position in Bartlott during the fall season. News has just reach Holland of the death of Wiley Mitchell, tho six year old son of Mr. and Mrs. W H. Mitchell of our town. TThe death occuredatYoungsport where the child was visiting Mr. Mitchell's parent. Mr. and...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 1 September 1905

tjtfmxwi&a vsni-M ' r ; "iu;.v5 1 . - V . 'l'i iU 2 & Q ' OciF ILOclCS t r - Bi. 5 ARRIVED YESTERDAY ! mr&pjis'mm At WILSON HA tfWQQQ$&i'PV&HWvQ4V&4fh9Qi -OA'C6O6O4O?06O06Oe646 1BBII II Be TOO 3 X&fE GUARANTEE IT. No grocer house in town makes greater efforts to please and protect every customer than, & T. F. PONDER. It is our earnest desire that every order re- o ceived from me shall give full 1 employ every means to attain success lies in earning repeat orders by giving you quicker service, better goods and lower prices than you secure else- 1 where. Your interests and os are identical. When we filf an order for yon all items are guaranteed and of the full value I claim. They may be returned. This is a broad guarantee - - 2 on my part, given in good faith, J: F. PONDER. XOcal News, How do you like the atmos- phere today? Isn't it pleasant! All kinds of groceries fresh and igood at Frank Krnaveks. Remember the shv tomorrow, -And the free exhibition a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 8 September 1905

rajl" 1 , ' 't f;r' r ,v' ' i C 1 ,'- "N B" rtbtttie O t ' w- ii'Ji'VJi'j' i i I- t JR. F. GATES, Editor and Proprietor. BARTLETT, TEXAS, SEPT. 8, 1905. $1.00 Per Year. VOL. XX. NO. 19. JlWTOWPn le 4EI' IHV f 0.' bHI Pi' n ' Mj SA bH I -See J. D. Siawson foriall kind Por 11-Cent Cotton. 'Paris, Tox., Sept. 5. Presi- dent E. A. Calvin of the Fanners Union who haB returned from a meeting of the exeoutivo com- mittee at Greenville, informs the Express correspondent that the committee has recommended to the farmers a minium price of cloven cents ior this Boasons cot- ton crop. -Circulars have been sont to all organizations -in other States asking their co-operation in maintaining this price. The union states that it preserves the right to revise this recommend- ation as the gathering of the crop proceeds, and if the presont poor conditions continue the min- imum price will probably bo in- creased. Cotton in Milam. Cameron, Tex., Sept. 5. Tho cotton orop has been very mater- ially injuri...

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