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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 24 August 1906

nilHtSMHBiHEHlH ''. i f v. iv,, A'fe. t mffrwl' , f ,?vrm 1 r J S? i1, "J Tra TSSE raMBMW."HiHaHHMiKaHH ssnHiwwHOBj.WiW mmw ft.n ft I'R. r Lb (.." r In kfc tt 8" Old as ana bees A. hot of is au intent Annihilate the ames just so many lave in stock in such disinfectants and 'combat these torments. filler, Inbonotorial Louse SoPurpIe, Parris Green, -ice, tor cnickcn mites, ficky fly paper, Poison flytpaper lies, Shoo fly for flies on stock, 'and everything in this line. Goods guaranteed, pride right. IMcGinnis Drug Company, i Leading Druggists $ THE BARTLETT TRIBUNE. ESTABLISHED 1886. Enured nd-claio Matter at tho Postoffico, Bartlett. Texat. One Year -1.00 Six Months 50 Three Month 8 25 F. CATES, Editor add Proprietor. FRIDAY, AUGUST 24, 1000 Don't talk about your tors. It's naughty. neigh- We often wonder into what condition everything would be were the truth, the whole truth, told for twenty four hours in this land. Wouldn't there be a terri- b'o commotion in all oirolea? It is an ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 24 August 1906

iff'-- a. 1 it t r, i J n . i ft M . " $ H . - Q Bfc V Lto COUNTY ITEMS. The Farmers' Union adjacent t3 Rogers, Little River and Hol- land lave decided to ereot va warehouse id hold 2000 bales of Cotton. 15 Georetovyrt, Tex,, Aug. 10. Rev. W. L. Nelms, pastor of the , Mrthodist Church at this place, left yesterday for Dallas, where he will enter a hospital and have a surgioal operation performed. Beiton, Tex., Aug. 10-Tho negro Methodists are holding a several days' district conference in chis city, which began yester- day. There are preachers hero from different churches, besides great number of delegates. Rirtgling's ciroUs is to visit Temple again this season. It is stated 'that a date during . the month of Ootober will be selected for Its appearance. Hagenbeck's animal show will also visit Tem- ple, but the date has not been made public' i Tho people all along tho lino of the Fort Worth & Georgetown reilooad are bocoming'deeply in- terested in the new road, and there is goin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 24 August 1906

' '.. ; l$--' 'TRSWKISrc' ' '"'. ' f i i"T ,",t.-j,irt r i .' ' NT " - K,?'K V. ii in' ii iW 1 1,1 1 11 linn it .SJ ,l ''"' 'r "'j '' i- IT inESESiaKSiiEi ijji PRICES PULVERIZED IV p'j t , M All Summer Dress Goods, Clothing, Slip- pers, and all other summer articles left over from the big sale t N N MUST GO AT ''ONCE . 10 yards BLEACHED DOMESTIC for - 39c 10 yards SCOTCH LAWN for 25c Ml M FJ. ' vjt .-'$ I?. fc1 ? T XWWWM XI fft I lv. i' 1 1 t, f Iff-, 4 JV.1 .t !' " &- K k &. V- a ' .t'b ?i' ft, pv . A DOWNPOUR m: N v. - v AN OVERFLOW But the flood gates will soon be closed. We are disposing of all goods left from the big sale. Thousands of remnants at less than halt price- Listen to Tales that Tell the Truth Staple Goods Red Rockv gingham, per yd - 7 l-2c Apron Check gingham per yd - 4c Best grade calico per yd - - 4c Dmvell en percale per yd - -,6c Dress Goods The slaugtering prices still continue' on all Summer Dress Goods. White Goods We haye a few counterpanes that, sti...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 24 August 1906

c& .? a ?,v ' K, i'1 ?4 1.1 H J T Rf. a 4 5V V , VLi. W" tf r. ft " f fi U . r a- ..,.M,. fiULHOAD TMB TAULf. Day tt!ni , ...........,...,.. ......2il5 M train S&ulta lli28 a. m. tf ifcht lrln Korth.,..... ,-1:28 a. m. LOCAL MENTION. All kinds neft jewelrey at Whit- low'. One of Jim Blunton's li'tle girls ,ia quitt sick Adolph Hempel went to Kil- 'len this week. T 1 Uti. deo. Prinzlng of Houston isjsiting here,. Joa'M. Holder was hero yester- day from Taylor. , Ji4r. and Mra. Fino of Jonah ..are here on a visit. ' Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Cook visit- ed at Jonah this week. . J. H. Maupin and wife visited in Killeen the past week. Dr. Benson made a. business trip tc Austin this weeK. Mrs. Beckman returned from a Visit to Austin this week. i J. D. Slawson has sold his old resfdenoe toW. V. Irvin. Otto Qrawaderf of Hoxie was here this week on a visit. G. W. Haire of, Granger was'Ja Bartlett visitor yesterday. Ladies, call at once and see hew jewelery at Whitlow's. rF. V. Bisohoff of ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 24 August 1906

i t 'TJK TlfW TOM i KM' '7 ' It ;." " ' . r ."JHfrer;?. t ,.v fflfr.'-, ' t'M&f'Xfii.fIx" Wr ' m?- .. &? . I'Vii-.THK "i E?' 5 '.. 5' K JCLEAN MISTROT'S SWEEP ! Will be Ushered in Saturday Morning, Augu P inS Hs3 In si 25th, 1906 1 Our entire stock of the seasons goods Must Go regardless of cost or value. Every article in the store will be marked at a price thut stamps it as 'an unmistakable and unmatchable bargain bargain will be in evidence all oyer the house. The, ENORMOUS VALUES we now offer should make the people for rhiles and miles around wend their way to this sale and take advantage of the thousands of GREAT MONEY SAVING offerings. After seeing the goods and prices you will join us in saying' this is the GREATEST VALUE GIVING SALE ever held in Barrett, Tell your neighbors about it and urge them to come with you. Get through tickets to Mistrot's, and don't let them flag your train down on the way. There'll be something doing at Mistrot's in the way qf '', w SV1AKINQ ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 24 August 1906

fflFM s (i P RW 9S Ew 13"; . ' .r J) t ST - '. l R. , ; ' te"k' Ir i.1. !:' J!' . ff r 00 as . 'A'. I&v . St-Atl P'V 8 " t Vi te m IV:.. j- ! IN . SfffffBB (93 SffBRE! QaOOCOOOCOOaXHXIOOeaOOCk3tKX)OC 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. T5be Bartlett Hardware Co. OO00OO0OCOOOOOOOOOOOOCXX40OOO0OCXC2O0OOOO0OO0O0OOOOO Westminster League. Program for Sunday, September 2: Song. Prayer. Topic: Spiritual Blindness. I. "Seeing they see not," Isa.' 6: i o-i 3 Oscar Kuler. " 2. "Loving darkness,1' John 3:16-21. Daisie Welch, 3. "Knowledge! and sin," John ISJI8-2S1. Walter Montgomery. 4. "Blind guides," Matt. 23: 16-26. Mrs. Leslie. . 5. "Doubly enlightened;" Acts 9:8-20. Harlan Levi. ,..6. "Light for all,". Isa .42:13- i'j.7. EllaKoepke.' ' ' . - 7. "How may. prejudice, self- will, arid pride blind us?" Ed- "mund Heinsohn. Song. - I. Pr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 24 August 1906

.''' tl' hv &.-' .1 .' . f y i 1 ft"." he-. v- ? v ;' A . Hit.- 12 l-2c ginghams at 8 l-3c. Dont lei this go by thinking , there will be plenty more yoy will make a mistake PREWITT ..ONE PRICE CA ST r EL Dress Goods at prices of cali- coes. Low cut shoes act 'ych&r" owrv pr(ice.--, r v t 5s 31. ODD UMVIhtOUHUUii AND, ENDS g Accumulate through' any sale. We haye remnants of Lawns, Pff " 1?' E- cales, Domestics, etc. Also Cotton and Light Woolens, and fancy 3 fl patterns of Mercerized Goods, at the lowest prices imaginable. 3 SUMMER GOODS MUST GO and in order to move them we have resorted to the deepest un- healing cut prices. A large proportion of our Clothing at half regular price. . ' -''-,'.'' ' ' ' r,v We Cit Prices erid Cvrt them Deep 3 3 3 3 We are receiving lots of new goods.- 'Our sales people will take a pride in showing you what wo have, may your wants be lever small. DONT FAIL TO CALL. B0' e PREWITT BROS, i LocJi vNews, Attend the meeting. JDont forget the hobby ho...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 31 August 1906

IiK f ' KWWPT3.fl " fc ;f7ili 'Sff'r QT k 'iWBIO'liHCWM v.. I WiMW , ' A 3 3X,lXr Ai'7..Hl 1jM:! "WT.JJ'TWt-' rt . . 1 ' lHESTiWlMaaratJJHIB5kiWi Iff .7" '.t-r " - ' tf ww;. &',!. Wtnf mm ,, , , , imt i. .m , ....... ... two ctt 9BW W ' WPnl tf R. F. CA.TES, Editou and jroprietqk. BAliTODT, TEXAJ3, AUGUST 31, 190(5. - $1,00 Pun YeAu. VOL. XXI. NO. 19. as CORN HILL. Charlie Buchanan hae bought :, ind at Killeen. ' '' '' Vff A. Conlee . will movo to Winters this fall. , Miss Myrtle Woodward return- ed from. "West Texas last weok. Mrs. Allen Buchanan, who haB been on the sick list, is ablo to be . 'Up. . Rev Watson, -who has been .confined to his bed, ia convales- cent. J. A. Hancock has sold his in -Rarest in the Corn Hill Mercantile , 'Company. Messrs. R. T. Cooper and Dr. MoCarty of Georgetown were diere Monday. Joe Robertson and sistor, Miss Bessie, left yesterday for Waco 'to enter Baylor. CoLIakemson and John D. iHuetson of Georgetown wore here Wednesday. Fred Foster went to ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 31 August 1906

m.mtm:": , t.. aft$-JP - iw' ', .' rfv ' nSUft 4hi- . i frit "v: "t WlE" ' '' -x. VTA..' ' hW F' l-. r-- H ,.- L'i A l- JK. mh i The Good Old Summer Time ; Along with its "birds and bees and sweet-scented breezes" 2 brings on i s mighty hot of chicken mites, whole hordes of X the germ-laden stegomia, myriads of nasty gnats, fleas and X nastier hclise flics all intent upon making life miserable To man and beast. Annihilate the pests and the good old sum- mer time becomes just so many moments snatched from I'ara- jj! dise. We have in stock in such quantities as you may desire il all known disinfectants and insecticides to enable you to I, properly combat-these torments. Eurek "Inscctiside, Lee's ? Lice Killer, Inbonotorial -.Louse Killer, Crude Carbolic Acid J London Purple, Parrig Green, Moth Balls, Lambert's Death Jj to Lice, for chicken mites, Krcso Dip for ticks and lice, " Sticky fly paper, Poison fly paper and insect powder for house f flies, Shoo fly for flies on stock, Mosquit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 31 August 1906

A "? ;'?'.i- i f. . 1 -l " .a Es ijjw. .J KKT' WJ- k& fa; it? V It -r J' '' " K ks r? .JrVi ' .."'. A. B. A ''Ml ? fc If ' n a ITY ITEMS. G. W, Edwards, of Holland will move to Oklahoma The infant ohlld of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Spooglo of Taylor died Saturday night, , Up to the close of businea Sat- urday night 1470 bales of tho new drop of cotton have boon mark- eted in Taylor. John Specglo, one of the oldest citizens ih tho Leander commu nity, is making preparations to move to Taylor. Elder D. Pennington of Tay- lor is a candidate for chaplain of the. next house of represenatives which nioots in Austin in Janu ary. W. EC Marshall; a well 4 known farmer living near Burgess, oight mileB southwest of Temple, was kicked by a horse yesterday, sus taining a broKon log as ' a reault of the Injury. There are a few Bell county farmers who mo holding cotton -from last year. Ode suoh talked with the Tribune man a few days ago. But thero are yery few who failed to soil when the prices were ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 31 August 1906

f '' nllltMH PRICES PULVERIZED u Al! Summer Dress Goods, Clothing, Slip- pers, and all other summer articles left, over from the big sale ve Ne MUST GO AT ONCE e 10 yards BLEACHED DOMESTIC for 39c 10 yards SCOTCH LAWN for 25c ' I. IA . i r w - ri r A DOWNPOUR N n But the flood gates will soon be closed. of remnants at less than halt price- Staple Goods Red Rock gingham, per yd. - - 7 l-2c Apjron Check gingham per yd - 4c Best grade calico per yd - - - 4c Duwell en percale per yd . - - 6c Dress Goods The slaugtering prices still" continue on all Summer Dress Goods. FREE Call Bartlett THE BARTLETT TRIBUNE. ESTABLISHED 1886. Cntered - nd-eiase Matter at the Postoffice, Bartlott. Texas. One Year .....1.00 50 25 Six Months Three Months.... R, P. CATES, Editor and Proprietor. FRIDAY, AUGUST 31, 1006 IP a town is to be judged by the advertising columns of its paper, then take a glanoe at the Tribune. It reflects the business enterprise of its town. In the columns of the Tribune 'you will f...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 31 August 1906

A -W m' ; tpiA'y'Ai WLffOiormrfte. rJvfniat . -2:16 !lgil train South- i.rtgbt trtln North.. .11:98 .m, -4!38 , Wj, :, v c K A ?" j.- St: m mei rS' W, " '.! - if- . w-. Ji -. -P-J .. .rr -t L;rf- r.-.-' Si- "' Sv '. -r " u &' k'vp1 " IV LOCAL MENTION. Dont forget the hobby horse. School will open September 17. ' fcT. Serber laft this week fcr '7mple,. .; t r- . - :, -iKv-iMlUhause visited jBelton thU week. ' . Fine:preservihg pears at Law- rence Son,' '"'".! Mnr.4.D. Slawaon visited Tenir j1 yesterday, , - ',- ,": 1'p, D. Jarrell of -'Temple was here yesterday. . j 'E W. Kuhn.of Walburg was in town yesterday. ' ;. Ben Goodo returned homo this "week' from Austin. "- : - Mra. Sljasny visited relatives at Taylor this week. " W. A. East'and and famjly have moved to Belion. . .A. P. Clark has sold the- Rig- Jean farm, east of town. Ed Kowntree made a business trip to Temple, Wednesday . ..Revji Reynolds of Davilla was a'Barlleft visitor Tuesday. Miae DoraTribble left Tuoeday for Yoak...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 31 August 1906

m if WbHMWMteAMMMMMMHi THE STORY OF A SALE ' Tho idea of dur big Clean Sweep Sale which has been in progroas sinco Saturday, August 25th is to soil the goods to maKe" oom for the incoming Fall stocK. Wo do not stand on cost or value or former selling price, but regardless, of all thoso the goods must g'o and they are going. The Matchless Values we offer in this great money saving event are making tho people talk causing "" them to make a noise. The people are coming and buying, and go away to tell their neighbors that "JMistrot's is the place to save money; they can find unmatchable bargains there, see what I bought there today; I never before saw it sold for so little." The J sale will continue for a whilo longer it may be called off in a few days wo can't tell, , At any rate we beg you to remember when . goods are sold out wo cannot duplicate at prices we are now making. So we' urge you not to wait, but come now whilo you. still "".. hay o tho. opportunity to gather these bargain ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 31 August 1906

ih' &. 'M MW J &' 1' - I'vsy- m- "& ? !"ft m' , a l'f J -T F J . ,'' a "r " A. ' v r.. "a niWj.!UMmi. ,.' m natinmwm AH,1 ' i "w w i, r i " VKtfSl Stasis l 5OOOOOOOOOOOOO0ttOOOOOO66 We Do Pre per Undertaking. """ E?r f t I r 'fJjghiii. . J?jm fl((W 0 z 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 Baurtlett Hardware Co. 'XXXX0&(yOGOQOOQ3X3QQOQOQtfCOCOQQQOCCOQy New County to Organize. Hereford, Tex,, Aug. 25. Par Jmer county will organic this fall. Palmer county is just south of TDeaf Smith county and attached to Deaf Smith for judical pur- noses. At ihe present term of the commissioners' court a peti tion was approved ordering an election to be held at the general Noyember election for the organ- ization of that county. The law requires as many as 150 voters to a sig. the petition, and that number shaving petitioned the court, the -election wa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 31 August 1906

riT'wi ' i 7'a.v ::"t. VH- ,m MXX!RW3t tmtmMmmmm 'mmttmwm iflttffWW dt ... ..- k; 'ts DON'T FORGET -ey MfS SO II J 1, J ' 1 '':'& 1st SS-'f o ,.!,- ,,(-!; t That Prewltt Bros. Is the place to trade. Otir Mr . PrSwlttSis fr t . - - - ' ,- '" T . - rff' fe" now in the market and the ' '"; :.r"; '' : " :-C;J,: v":""' I NEW GOODS are ARRIVING DAILY E He writes us that he has discovered the prettiest line of r pall Dress Goods he has ever seen and has purchased exten- H sively. Don't buy until you see our new line. ' ; E We have received a great line of Mens Hats, fromthe low Jjr; ' . f n 1,14,. - g priced boys hats to trie finest John B. Stetson. v.;.. We still have a good linexrf medium weight Clothing at the .3E lowest prices ever made in Bartlett. Guaranteed not to be old; tir shoddy. ?-.-. , :;: :-.:l,;" S j-i? ;-'j. D-Ai 4- D AV: One Price:; JTI tJWlll LJIXJ& ,' -. "--.. j Cash Store '-. iaaiuuiaui.iuiuiiii,iiuiiiiUiiiiHiauiiuiUiUiUiaii4UiiiuuuuiuuuiiiuuiiuiUiUiuiiiiiiiiiii...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 7 September 1906

ar 1 i i Sfrtbtme M '.is It. F. GATES, Editor and Proprietor. BiRTLETT, TEXAS, SEPTEMBER 7, L906. $1.00 Per Year. VOL. XXI. NO. 20. Bxraa mmMg, wasararaei Jo )1' hc Oattletf LL " 4 1P !- xj t nip We are $oing to present an excellent assortment of now stylos and fabrlcs'and a reappearance of fabrics of a recognized standard. Our buyer has been through the market and his selections are such that it matters not what your wants may be, wo are prepared to fur- nish you with just what you need in the latest stylos and highest grade qualities nt prices as pleasing and tempting as" the goods them- selves. The general' rise in the wholesale cost of merchandise and the added expense of manufacture arising from the scarcity of raw materials will have no effect ori our prices this Pall. Wowant your business and wo know that prices must be attractiye or you will not trade here, therefore we have selected merchandise which will appealtto your good taste arid prices that will appeal to your pock- ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 7 September 1906

Ivqgr oP M mmhmummj.,ym hh t I ? I . 1 fl .J. V, ... , H? ! The Good Old Along with its "birds and bees and sweet-scented breezes" brings on its mighty hot of chicken mites, whole hordes of the germ-laden stegomia, myriads of nasty gnats, fleas and mstier house flics all intent upon making Hie miserable to man and btast. Annihilate the pests and the good old sum- mer time becomes just so many moments snatched from Para- dise. We have in stock in such quantities as you may desire all known disinfectants and insecticides to enable you to properly combat these torments, Eurck Inscctiside, Lee's Lice Killer. Inbonotorial Louse Killer, Crude Carbolic Acid g London Purple, Parns Green, Moth Baits, Lambert's Death f to Lice, for chicken mites, Kreso Dip for ticks and lice, Sticky fly paper, Poison fly paper and insect powder for house & flies, Shoo fly for flies on stock, Mosquito Lotion, in fact any and everything in this line. Goods guaranteed, price right. - Ifls.li II m S 1 I SIS S...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 7 September 1906

yi WW ' -s 'K.x a nS? I'B K Sfl l " V I :. a COUNTY ITEMS. The Farmers' Union of Little Rtyer District hayo dooldqd to locate the Union warehouse at Rogers . Troy, Tex,, Sept. 2. Mr AD. Nelson, who had bis arm torn off in Maedgen gin yesterday even- ing died this morning at 4 o'clock. He. leaves a wife and three children. C. Brauor returned a few days ago from a visit to Germany ac- companied by his brother and famllv who will try to work in the Williamson county rioh land Taylor Journal. A party of Germans from Wil- liamson county bought about $20,000 vrbrth of land in Shack- elford county last week. The Germans are a thrifty energetic class of people and groat country builders.- Moran Tribune It ia a conerally unanimous opinion that cotton "htfs done its An.' The preen look has left it and very few blooms are being added. There has practically no fruitage put' on and retained for the past ten days or so. Temple Tribune. A. M. Stephens of Bell county The following charter hu bn gra...

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

C' 1 " r FREE COTTON PICKING BOOKS"! Kj. ft A Newness in Appearance s w Nearly few we in and Our THE BARTLETT TRIBUNE. ESTABLISHED 1886. JEntared nd-clai Matter at the Postoffice, BartlotU Texas. Ono Year Six Months Three Months 1.00 50 25 R, F. CATES, Editor and Proprietor. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7 L906 The latest edition of the Gulf Coast Magazine issued by Mr. Wm. Dougherty, genera! passen- ger agent of the St. Louis 'and Brownsville Railway, has been received and it is indeed a typo- graphical beauty and contains a world of valuable information concerning tho coast country. Anyone desiring to learn of that ii im ni ..q,,,,,..-,. I,,,,, ,,.,.j r Bartlett 1 . H, I 1 H, fL i, 1 il J rL V Granger 1 n section should send for a copy of the magazine, the price of which is 15 oents. Address, Mr. Dough- erty, Corpus, Cbristi, Texas. The attorney eenoral'a depart ment has received a circular let' ter the department or" commerce and labor at Washington, in which notice is officially giyen to th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 7 September 1906

MP .' ' 1" I i'r ,i, 'iJrwil Ji. , Ti..f-- -- "' -Y '', , ' '" '-a , u HHP " ' " ....-.. . 1 i ..... ., ; i ii. ' i- ..'... i . I. in i i ii i WfffX j. . -.JM H, , Accept This as an Invitation 1 Pi ' r HI jr,-i. fcjv H &' I -.- ' ' ' : -": -'.- '. ' I . I ' ,.;' '.. I IjR. l hr, HI v few ffc:J t K6 'i f it W' V ,- r,i IV i fi Our pig store is bpm full of New Fall Goods apd we will be glad to see everyone that calls whether they buy ory 'not. We want you to know just how well we areequip ped for your business. Everything seasonable that prop- erly belongs to a first class dry goods store will be here for you to pijk and choose. Low prices,, satisfaction and moneyx back will also be here. Millinery Our Millinery business will be conducted this season 'by Mrs; Royal5 a thorough and experienced trimmer and the ladies are especially invited to visit this department. P9. MI.WJ W.1TW RAILROAD TIME TARLE. LiTJ&y trains Night train South 2:16 11:28 a. m. Night train North 4:28 a. m. ...

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