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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 20 April 1906

V- 7 i '.(( jtjv? 's.ifcj . 9r- f i f'hfi Jj m SfciS ANNOUNCEMENTS .'i it Vt-f I i ' M .1, V ! U Si . tf urr ' K'V i.v. I .. !. ' w? hw .- . "'ECLIPSE' ::The French Goech Stallion: 2 j Registered in .the Frencn Coach Horse Stud-Book of Amcr- ca, as the property of D. H. bnyder, oi Georgetown, i,exas, Record No. 3624. Color, Seal Brown. Pedigree: Foaled May 16, 1901; bred by D. H. and J. W. Snyder of George- town; got by Chanson 1828; dam, Jtidic 611 by Reussi; 2d dam, Chardine by Matchless. Awarded first Premium over all at State Fair at Dallas I last October. Above named horse will do service at 15 on time or Sro cash. Can be seen at s Bennet (& Overby's Stable, Baurtlett, Texas. The Tribune if? authorized to annduuoo the following candi- dates for offioo, , eubjeot to the domooratio primaries : BELL COUNTY. For State Senator:: "" I. W, Pulp, of pell county, For Sheriff '' B. L. Pennington. D. C. Burkoa.f R. L. Polk.' -. w JST ow is- the Time To br'ng your old cultivator and pl...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 20 April 1906

u s ..? o Rl fV i PREWITT BROTHERS Bartlett Texa Opened a Few Days Ago. A OnevPrice Cash Store, with a complete line of high grade' de- pendable merchandise consisting of Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots, Shoks, Ladies and Gents ready-to-wear - apperal. We are now awaiting the arrival of our immense stock of spring and summer Dress Goods which will arrive. in the next few days, and our doors' will open with a scene of Bargaip, Brilliance and splendor, never before equaled in the history of Bartlett. We cordially invite every man, woman and child to attend our opening and insppct our vast collection of Spring and Summer wearing apparel and get prices Watch For Our Big Circular Announcing Opening Days Wear here to stay and help build up the town, and our sales people will take pride in showing you what vyohave. Wo do ex- I actly what we advertise, buy and sell strictly-, for cash, and one price to all. Our four large stores buy our goods in large quantities 1 from the .Eastern Markets which...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 27 April 1906

Wk '? i "W,i J" )M. 1 , ottktt rtbtitie: p ' R. P. OATES, Editor and Proprietor. BARTLETT, TEXAS, APRIL 27, 1906. $1.00 Per Year. VOL. XXI. NO. 1. 4" She jr'i x (te -. aaaaaaMaaaaaaaaaaaaasaaaeoeaaeeaeaaoaaaa'oaaeoosoaoaoosoQaaaaaaaeeQa e a . e i. .... .. a.. - . ................ .. .. w&a oj- iiinii'mmu m!!n!!!immimiiii!i--uiMiMii!iiniini' .. nV.a a.. FANCY SHIRTS jOMO B49.. . am-ia) fn E. & W. Shirts, we offer the exclusive designs that will be-worn by the best dressed people this season. Exclusive designs are those that are not only pretty, but dainty and clean looking and that they may not become common, but a limited quantity are made To procure these designs, we bought very early and when these are gone we cannot procure du- plicates. For this reason we ask all lovers of dainty and exclusive shirt designs to call at once. the curyos in and cqncaye Price $1 Notice the long, regular body, the sloping s houlders, armhole. If you have over had shirt troub- les it was proba...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 27 April 1906

Wwrir. ijfevw:- " t I . & lft;- i u fcf-: J'K OOgOOCOOOCXXXJOOaXXXSOCXWOOeXX We Do Proper OUR FUNERAL CAR, LOWERING DEVICE AND TRUCKS WILL COMPARE IN ELEGANCE WITH ANY EQUIPMENT FOUND IN EVEN DALLAS OR HOUSTON. THIS IS FOR THE FREE USE OF OUR CUSTOMERS. 75he Baurtlett Hardware Co. nooOOOOCXXXXXXXXXKXXXXXX30QOOOCOOCXXKOGOOOOOOOOOOOOOO THE BARTLETT TRIBUNE. ESTABLISHED 1886. Sntered nd-clasa Matter at the Poitoffice, Bartlett. Texa. Oae Year Sis: Months Three Months. -l.oa ....50 ....25 R. R. GATES, ML. I, CATES, Editor and Proprietor. Foreman, CRIDAY, APRIL 27, 1906 San FbanoisoO will rebuild at once, but Chinatown will change ia location. Some people always have the blos of their neighbors so vividly before them that they cannot see trtelrown. Ihe Tribune would like to see Bartlett fall into line with-other progressive towns, and erect a cotton warehouse. We under- stand that such a move has al- ready boon agitated some. The publisher who deems it necessary to misrepresent the s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 27 April 1906

HW - C ' ' . - :''! "' . ''" v. . "- .a It"".'-7 ' IS i PREWITT OTHERS A Beautiful Picture FREE When, your purohases atnount to SiO we presont you with one cf our beautiful Photogravu- ros elegantly framed absolutely FREE Bartlett, Texas A Beautiful Picture FREE When your purohaaea amount to $10 wo present you with one of our beautiful photogravu- res elegantly framed absolutely FREE Monday, April 30th, Tuesday & Wednesday, May We wish every man, woman and child to accept this as a personal invitation to visit our store next Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday j Souvenirs TO Souvenirs New Spring and Summer Goods On Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday we will show to the people of Bartlett the most complete stock of Spring and Summer Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, etc. eyer before shown in these surroundings, at prices that will cannonade and shake the city of Bartlett from center to circumference. Among this scene of Bargain, Brilliance and Splendor a beautiful souvenir will be given each ande...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 27 April 1906

jmm R leh ''''.' '. "r -,' ''? - !".'"v' ' " , ' j " ' i : 5U X , I'' I A - i? THE BARTLETT TRIBUNE. ESTABLISHED 1880. Cntored . ..ndelat Matter at the Poatofflct. BartUM. Texas. One Year Six Months Three Month b. -1.00 ....50 -...25 Twenty-First Year. The Tribune, today, closes 20 years of its oxistenoo, and now, of course, enters on its twonty- ficat. It laoks but one year of being a grown man, and R. F. GATES, Editor and Proprietor. ' M. L. (SATES, Foreman. FRIDAY, APRIL 27, 1906 The oitizons of Cameron do- nated $200 to the earthquake) sufferers. soon voto for all officers of Granger has organized a busi- ness league. Bartlett needs such an organization. The Farmers' Unions are rap- idly Jestablishing cotton ware- houses and 200 or 300 of them may bo ready by cotton picking time. Suppress the doyil and not a preaober would collect a cent of his current quartsr'a salary. Nobody. would have any ubo for him. What consolation would there he in religion if there was no devil or hell?...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 27 April 1906

'cspsfrx Li'"'' v .?''' "JH v.' m-mz&zmYH ft . , mw- -.' "V ' . , v' W n;a .1 . , o ! '(, - .. lw X. -f . o V J, TO; 3KC L"t BEv , .? i,K(S. I. , : &ki ' Local News. Justice Armstrong was hero yesterday from Holland. ,. T. Daniel is having an ad- dition built to his livery stable J. D. SlaWson is having num. . roue calls for oyolone policies. A' son. oi Mr. Loy-3, near Da- villa, who has been qui to sick, is improving, Graphophones at prices and terms to suit you. Buy one now. Whitlow Bros. Mrs. Slawson and little dnugfi- "ter are visiting relatiyo in . Kil- leen this week. Largest lot of fine jewelery ever shown in Bortlett, now at WhitloWiBros. I, L. Brown accidentally receiv- ed, a painfnl wound in the hand yesterday, from a small knifo in the hands of Julius Dodt. .Several of our oitizens are con- templating a trip to Mexico in the .near future, to investigate the land and mineral resources. Mrs. Collins, an expert trimmer cf, Ft. "Worth, has charge of J.M, Allen's milli...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 27 April 1906

''J "mil wmw , V ' it T 5 $ iw. fc.fc P HE BAltTLETT TRIBUNE R. F. CATES, PuauiHin. SAB.TLETT, tlUMI TEXA8 Moses Eatliff, son of W. E. Eatlift of Roscoc, had the top of his head blown off accidentally, by bis own hand. Chicago capitalists arc investi- gating tho New Birmingham fur- races and property at Rusk, looking to a purchase of the same. Thursday morning fire destroyed a dozen business houses in tho town of Mountain View, Ok. Tho fire originated in the Shaul Hotel from the explosion of a lamp. J. C. Coylo of Pittsburg, was probably fatally injured by jumping irom a railroad bridge at Shrevc- port, while getting out of the way of a train, Coylo fell on his head. 9 Walter Earles, charged with the murder of Policeman Maddox, at Corsicann, was found guilty of mur- der in the second degree and given fifteen years in the penitentiary. 0. W. Woodman,who has for some time been an active labor agitator in the State, is considering methods to attack tho alleged printing trust cf Texas. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 27 April 1906

?-' m; .. RAILROAD TIME TABLE. Day trains u 2:15 JNIglit train South 11:28 a.m. jtfUcht train Korth 4:28 a. m. LOCAL MENTION. See W. G. Smith for gasoline. Mr. W. H. Walton was on tho eiok list this weok. - Fresh bread every day at Smith's. V. V. Eliok of Granger was here this week. Fresh kitchen candy at W. G. Smith's. Lot us hear from all of our correspondents next week. Sec Duncan & Mcsser before selling your grain. S, F. Bennett and wife are the parents of a fine boy. Artesian baths at Belle's barber shop. Will Pool'of LampaaaB was here this week prospecting. Mr. Gibbs of Youngsport was hero this week on business. Yoto for tho speoial sohool tax. Election next Saturday, May 5. Frank Overby and Young Oyerby visited Waco this week. Two cars of Joe Moon and John Deere buggies at Wilson Hardware Co. Miss Clara Field of Merkel, Texas, visited MrB. Moy here this week. Two cars of Joe Moon and John Deere buggies at Wilson Hardware Co. Something r.ow, a thing of beauty our new line ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 27 April 1906

p ltmr" &s '"'-A iSCT- $ffl . . 1 . WE PROTECT OUR CUSOMERS. We furnish our customers with purchase tickets containing the amount of each purchase, also an itemized statement of each purchase in order to do a correct business. You are requested to keep these i tickets and compare them with our I monthly statement, in order that we may correct any error such as do $ I occur sometime in the best regulat- ed business houses. We hope to merit your patronage by honesty. I PONDER a BAILEY, Grocers. I Local Mention. Don't forget Trades Day next Saturday. Book your ' mares to ''Stem Winder" at Daniel's stable. Nat Q. Henderson of George- town waa hero Monday. FOR SALE Good farm mule. Apply to J. D. Slawson. Mr, Prowitt visited Granger Tuesday .on business. Elder Shane preached at Lone Star last Sunday aftern'oon. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Keliohor are in Childress on a visit Mr. Grayson of Georgetown -waa a Bartlett visitor Tuesday. Mrs. H, Breihan visited rela- tives in Lee county during the ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 27 April 1906

WW? rk .ii? KJaf- : ,h 1 1 iy; S .-.' && w ft?) MMMtMmtHHH 'ECLIPSE' The Frenck Coau3,h Stallions Registered in the Frencn Coach Horse Stud-Book of Amer- as the property of D. H. Snyder, of Georgetown, Texas, ca Record No. 3624. Color, Seal Brown. Pedigree: Foaled May 16, 1901; bred by D. H. and J. W. Snyder of George- town got by Chanson 5828; dam, Judic 611 by Reussi; 2d dam, Chardine by Matchless Awarded first Premium over all at State Fair at Dallas last October. Aboye named horse will do service at 15 on time or $13.50 cash. Can be seen at Bonnet . Overlay's Stable, Baurtlett, Texas. Boy Killed. Granger, Tex., April 2 1 . Word tftas jusr been received by phone that the 14-year-old son of J. H. Bryantjiyirig on the J. M. Lamb yriarm, four miles east of town, was "3uci today at noon by the acci- . dental discharge of a gun in the liands of John Gray. The weath- er being wet, the boys of the 'neighborhood had gathered at Mr Bryant' and were cleaning their Cuns preparatory ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 27 April 1906

' ."?Tij4 ajw'tom''"! t& O; "3F ' IWi rjt k"iK j-i SMffmaKSHB?!?? &&zH8HflBMF?e iWIWWBKI' I"-.W ibjwwhssh CJTtfii "II 1 -rf J7 .li1 IT '. T . ,w T"f? - ? ;w '. v V .., f ? 1r ' v& "Jfnw rfliw r.. - : j5..,rw:w0TG -. " t ' KlKT" N ' "f i1 't r ;4 S. -'. --' !." : v M,t $ r iV 1 W'- "vkt It's Easy Enough to Figure Out You and anybody else who knows tho intrinsic valuo of Dry Goods will know at a glance that the prices offered below are much lower in price than what is usually regarded as the standard, but tho best possible appreciation of these values and hundreds of other's can only be obtained by a personal visit to our store. It'p really unnecessary to say anything about tho prices and values quoted they speak for themselves but to make our invitation more emphatic wo want to say just this: There isn't an item quoted which does not moan A ma- terial saving to your pocKet booK, bo be sure to come, if you don't buy we'll be just as good friends as over. HERE THEY ARE ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 4 May 1906

rzrzrt tL m " -t.v. w- .5 w &' j. -t$v ., "fflBJ -j Wj -a '. 't, ',-T3 rlbtttte: R. F. GATES, Editor and Pkopkietor. BARTLETT, TEXAS, MAY 4, 1906. LOO Per Year. VOL. XXI. NO. 2. Ikrtktt he A'eacaoao0oaoeeoonooaoeoiauoaoaioooosotieooito()eoonBooooaoeaaTai - . !;!j;!J!!2;si!!Ji!;i;!,,,,, a " . lil!!!::'::!!:!!; liiiwiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin '--jjiiiii-rjjii' :. ;: In E. & W. Shirts, we offer the exclusive designs that will be worn by the best dressed, people this season. Exclusive designs are those that are not only pretty, but dainty and clean looking and that they may not become common, but a limited quantity aremade To procure these designs, we bought very early and when thssa are gone we cannot procure du- plicates. For this reason we ask "all lovers of dainty and exclusive shirt designs to call at once. "ilsS '9 'Notice fT-A-'TY curye3an tho and cone aye les it was was not6uilt Price $1 the lone, regular body, tho sloping shoulders, armhole." If you have ever had shirt troub-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 4 May 1906

K- ' r ' .. i " '.,. " k V ' ,K TjB B,rArsjTnKS'i'tf i ofci'MW.'ia ,i. . ? -''- 1.-' W.f.. . ft V " Cj .$ ' vis i-a, i 'W ,t h '...' "fei :ri sfc r..v THE BARTLETT TRIBUNE. E3TABLI8HED 1880. Entered . nd -class Matter at tho Postoffico, Bartlett. Toxai. One Year 1.00 ix Months 60 Throe Months .25 t. F. CATES, M. L. CATES, Editor and Proprietor. Foreman. FRIDAY, MAY 4, 1906 A Georgia preacher announ- ces that ho expects to meet more editors and reporters in hell than members of any other profession. While that preacher Beems pretty well satisfied as to whero he is (joiug, editors and reporters are aether more hopeful, AUBtin Statesman. Henry C. Rouse, chairman of fifee board of directors of the JiMissouri, Kansas and Texas rail--way, and,pre9ident of a number erf other western railways, died of pneumonia at Cleveland, Ohio, Monday. Mr. Rouse was 56 jsars of age. He had been ill Jor about two weeks. Ice cream was made at W, T. Sparks' home Monday eyeaing 3ram hail that fell two weeks ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 4 May 1906

:; jMww F? lgtWn 'rw i -' , i a ,., W -t j &' ?ir .. 5J Sa n , "i OCK00XXO0O0QX06O0CKXXO0(CCQC We Do Proper Undertaking. OUR FUNERAL CAR, LOWERING DEVICE AND TRUCKS WILL COMPARE IN ELEGANCE WITH ANY EQUIPMENT FOUND IN EVEN DALLAS OR HOUSTON. THIS IS FOR THE FREE USE OF OUR CUSTOMERS. 15he Bartlett Hardware Co. I OOOOOOOCX20000000000000COOO COUNTY ITEM Crop? are good in the Leandor -neignborbood. A total of 57 liquor licenses lave been issued in Bell county. A Rogers farmer lost 6 head of Bogs a few days ago, caused from eating cockle burrs. The merchants of Salado have decided to have a trades day on each Saturday before the first ' Monday of each Month. The enterprising littlo town of Liberty Hill contributed nice sums of money to the Briggs and San Francisco sufferers. J, D. Bishop lost a S200 mule last Friday. The mule got in a bog hole and all efforts to extri- cate him failed. Rogers News. A new parsonage for the Luth- eran ohuroh is now undor con struction at Round Rook at...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 4 May 1906

'' ' - ,7" 'TRfWsfiSK. V t,' ?. .. tvv ?$. i WW, ' : . i' ' 'if; . v '.'JJ . n V! sm E wry Bfr " . Mii(--'1 f - THE MRTLETT TRIBUNE. FARMERS' UNION NOTES. E3TABLI8HED 1880. Entered . nd-claii Matter at the Postoffice. Bartlett. Texas. Ono Year 1.00 Bix Months 50 Threo MontfcB 25 R, P. CATES, - Editor and Proprietor. M. L. CATES, Foreman. FRIDAY, MAY 4, 1000 The city of Dallas contributed 53,000 to the Bellevuo sufferers. Judge M. M. M. Brooks, can- didate for governor will speak in Bolton Saturday, May 12. Hon. Thos. M. Campbell, the candidate for governor, will npoak at Qeorpetown next Mon- day afternoon. Northwest Texas has boen in the way of the destructive cy- clones during the past week. "While only one town was swopt away, many other sections have suffered, considerably. -FORfive minutes Wednesday afternoon, from 3 o'clock to 3 :05, every wheel on every bit of roil- ing stock on the Missouri, Kan- sas and Texas systeml aggregat- ing 3,043 miles, was motion- less and every tele...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 4 May 1906

ttmrri w . 'kx: ' .' ' ' '. " '-:'; : - i" ' ' ,;" ,-.i-.'vfc'?r :.'''' -''.'.''' ' ""v ' ' ; .- ' .' i "-''! - . .' PLAIN ESTi sy-icfi FACTS t 'v n KC'iC "" . fi -i it ' H1 . 5W ., H K L -A sfc H ( Cleanliness is accepted as a rule of self-preservation in every reputable brewery. A,N experienced brewer would no more boast of the. purity of his beer than a gentleman would brag of having washed bis face. Purity signifies nothing more than the absence of foreign matter. , y-';. jtor tnat reason Drawers who do not Z) dare to test the substantial merits of beer always harp on purity. , .; A really first-class beer" must, however hot alone be free from self-evident defects, but it-must combine all the positive excellen- . ' ties known to the science of brewing. THE TRUE TEST IS ALL-ROUND -, QUALITY which cannot be had without " SUPERIOR MATERIALS, PERFECT TREATMENT and AMPLE STORING CAPACITY. : ; Upon this issue of. positive superiority we challenge all competitors. Of materials we use o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 4 May 1906

HWK Mfewsmm'W . .' UPlWtf MW "wrtw?", i-v,s;" jwi V"S-rsi?'N "i.-fla.'u. &&! jxmvsm wi vonis -V-, . r ' -- , ?,v v-tW ' ," ", 'T-wy- V TOlKtC r,ff5 if ,i ' T ' -' if; ' n?i- . s ,r . It (1 I'M v ,'i El ijiv ;"$ n. SB "ATTACKED THE HEART Iwftil Neuralgia Cago Cured to Stay wuraa ny ur. Williams' Pink Pills. Kenrnlftlft In any form Is nainf ul but rhou it attacks tho heart it is frequently mai. uonipiicatcd with Indigestion of lorra that affected tho vital organ it reaveueu serious consoquoncos liuiu Ill- inois jnst reported. The case is that of r 3T. L. Qraves, of Pleasauthill, La., tko tells of hti tronbla and euro as lowf " I traveled coniidernbly, wns ozposcd tux mil us or weatner nnu was irregular jut sleeping nnu eating, l snpposo Is ttbs the canso of my sickness, nt ar rate, in Mar. 1005. 1 had cot so bad bat I vrai compelled to emit work and lliake to my bed. I hnd n good doctor na cook ins mcdiciuo laitninlly bat fa worse. I hhyo nn hope of tret Hub stter and my neigh...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 4 May 1906

law?7" t' u P1 s .f mi 4' ! A ,? ;7 "-- .axuw.wjxnBRiran'JN.'viab iff'. "4 iw. if" I -. j c ." W :V ..- & - w fii A ' ? MS Iff'- y . r ' -- IKaV. .. RAILROAD TIME TABLE. Jaylrntns .- 2tlD Night train South .- 11)28 a. m. Jlic'ut train North 4t28 a. m. LOCAL MENTION. Tho babe of Mr. and Mrs. Will Daniels 3a sick, Fresh bread every day jat Smith's. Justice Teer of Granger was here Wednesday. Fresh kitchen candy at W, G. Smith's. The babe of Mr. dnd Mrs. M, L. Catos is quite sick. Artesian baths at Uelk's barbei shop. Mr. and Mrsi R. Reese wont to Granger Tuesday See Duncan & Messer before selling your grain. Harry Rogers of Rogers was hero Sunday on a visit. E, E. Cating is among the new renders to the Tribune. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Charley Cook, May 1, a gial, B. V." Russel of Salado was here yesterday on business. Miss Hettie Wiley attended the pionie at Katy Lake Thursday. E. P. Allison, of near Granger, was here this week on business. Stanton Allen Elsq, made a business vi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 4 May 1906

w& VWjs ? rv :v Tjr fl .&. . Wi , p-s .ri -; fotf. V - R ii WE PROTECT OUR II CUSTOMERS. customers with containing the We furnish our purchase tickets amount of each purchase, also an itemized statement of each purchase in order to do a correct business. You are requested to keep these tickets and compare them with our monthly statement, in order that we may correct any error such as do occur sometime in the best regulat- ed business houses. We hope to merit your patronage by honesty, f PONDER a BAILEY, Grocers. I Local Mention. The building boom oontinuoa in Bartlett. Hugh Server o Dallaa -was here this week. Dp. Reed of Temple was a Bartlett visitor Monday. B. A, Hutchens was a county court juror at Belton this week. Mrs. C. E. Lane returned from a visit to Chilton Saturday. Henry Leueke made a business trip to Temple Saturday. J. V. Morris Esq. attended the Fifth'Sunday meeting at Flor- onco, If you need anything in the grocery line don't for get Hintz & Brune. H. E. ...

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