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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 1 March 1907

ITT vi "w 71 - ny "PMw'y'nr fy-.- "pipi BiyawwaiaweBBeRrMBJia8iBWWKMa " i imiiii in ii inn imii mi u jiujjijuiij hiii urn iii ii IT J fflH iiiii.iMiiii. 19 lalfl L . r rrl I jfy sr n. - In. I '"W M I tome , Ml S. 1 I Si?ifev g JL Ji. il THE BARTLETT TRIBUNE. ESTABLISHED 1886. Cntered . .nd-class Matter at the Postoffice. Bartlett. Texas. One Year. Six Months Three Months-.. 1.00 . ......50 25 R, P. CATES, - Editor and Proprietor. FRIDAY, MARCH 1, 1907 There is considerable talk about variouB enterprises needed to bo built in Bartlolt. If there are any people here who think that talk will build enterprises, they are mistaken. We have never known of any such thing to be done, It will be gratifying news to tne readers of the Tribune in this section to know that a movement is now on foot whereby Bartlett will likely possess a fine brick school building, perhaps before another school term. The citi- zens haye come to the realization that the time is at hand when this enterprising town mu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 1 March 1907

pprn.-.p yrtwp- ,-, trmrm ," - ! M''jlMBKfr ' VUV n riwTRfjaK f ft fwflwir inr f y -JaUut mniiit .1 m vl 2 Mn lhey are here ready for your inspection. The handsomest line we have ever shown, All the new, fancy and plain worsteds. The cool com fortable sort. A pattern for every taste, a price for every purse. Prices range from Easter Furnishings Embracing nothing but standard lines goods with snap and style to them. Eagle Shirts, Wilson Bros. Fancy Hosiery, Hurst's neckwear. Stetson Low Cut Shoes ana! Stetson Hats. We can dress you right. BggssBiBiaiai i ijH RAILROAD TIME TABLE. 0 Bay trains 2:16 Bight train South 10:46 p. m, Nicnt train North. .4:43 a. m. LOCAL MENTION. Mr. J. At Reid yisitod Waco this week. Mra. Aug Hinze Jr. was on the alok Hat this week. County Commission er GardDer was here yesterday on business. T. J. Denson of Denonville was hero Tuesday on business. Dan Chessher Esq. of George- town was here yesterday on legal business Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Rober- son visited re...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 1 March 1907

iFTpflP Uuri'illfl'ip'l.f'ywt i i-rinyrrw rfTWJ' W "TT T ' ---," "aBB'l Sf'-fWffw' "' i-f i i i i i i i i i i i b v lis IP' Iii; r t'A . - IV ? fo 1 rfVjVlfVTfr VIVJrJV JVtr.lrrflr J, iftnJ fr for PRESCRIPTION DRUGGIST: At McGinnis Drug Company's Old Stand Carries A Full Line Of "; 5 r Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Painter's Supplies. Drug- gists Sundries, Specialties Griffon Cutlery, Huyler's Candy, Soaps, Toilet Ar- ticles, Perfumery, News- papers and all popular period 1 c a 1 Prescriptions Accurately pounded Day or Night : Com- r if Drug Store Phone 44. Galls Ring 111. Gome to See Us. rv Night uyi.np.np.v-iiiiw-w 'u-'mw w vt-w-jut X LocJfNews vis- past with hero Nath Webster is clerking for Ed Rowntree. . D. Slawspn went to Waco Monday on business. J. T. Bartlett made a trip to Waco this week. R. S. Decker made a business tjip to Crawford this week., S. A. Futrell of Rosebud waB here this week on business. FOR SALEGood milk cow. See Jas. L. Bowling, Bartlett Dr. and Mrs. Green of Mar...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 1 March 1907

"' U' K W- . K Alligator Items. TJjbhlttt6f:';iHS ;6dramunily is go"6d ati.prosoht. Farmers are preparing to go to planting corn in this section of tho country. , There was a party at Mr, and Mrs. Will Lusk's Saturday night and all report a good time. Born, to Mr. and , Mrs.' Husky, a fine boy. - Rulf Tho Bohool had a box supper last Friday night and over thing was carried outnjosly, Bro. Rob1 erts conducting it. Thoy took in over $10. Tho sohool is going on nicely. All tho " soholars are taking a groat doal of interest in their studios. John Smith from Althea was tho guest of his undo and aunt, Mr. and Mrs, Will Via, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Boins were tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clove Hollon Saturday and Sunday. There will bn a box supper at the sohool houso Friday night, March 15. All invited to attend and girls bring well filled boxes and boys bring plenty of money. Misses Flora and Annie Weid- erspahn of Bartlott wore in our midst Friday night. Misses Myrtle and Katy Mes- sor we...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 1 March 1907

WSf "".t.x VJfftJfi, 1- flf " -' i""AW. . f-BU-B, mimsCTan usm ISJWiU. w Your m h m peel 1 w w dl ! 1 i u Invite you to examine oir stock. Yoi will find csur Hoards of . Lumber, Lime, Brick, Cement, Barbed Wire, Hog Wire od Corri- g&jted Roofing- We csJll special attention to our new stock of Wall FLper. We can supply the wourats '9 customers in new up to dte patterns. For psdnt we Have, the two worldwide brands, Trie-Tgg and B. P. S. See their guarantees. Come to see is. County News. Rogers has iive gins. Killeon is soon to have a sys tem of water wprlcs; also an oil --Anoil well is being sunk near Kolls in Bell 'county by Belton and Pennsylvania parties. W. W. Williams has sold out hishome in Rogers and intends to move to Bontonville, Ark. Cotton receipts up to date thJ8 season are 7,138 bales; up; to same date last year 4,128 bales. Belton Domocrat. ' -Mr, C. p. Webster will within the next thirty days establish a bottling plant at KilloDn, Bell county, for his son, C, J. Web...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 8 March 1907

3cn-w5j5;;, -rr. -(C-ff.f-"' HB TV? r - " t ( R. F. GATES, Editor and Proprietor. . BA.RTLETT, TEXAS, MARCH 8, 1007. L.00 Per Year. VOL. XXI. NO. 45 aLHtoJummaujuuiunwfc V eMB lflSSBfSH9S3flEnMH ig3fesw f f. U '.A I fli i f . -A & toy -A I" fc r- ,;"" THU We will take great pleasure in showing you a line tiest hats ever brought to Bartlett. for that day what we are Pipe Organ at Walburg'. Ed Pfeifer, of tho musioai firm of Pfeifer & Son, Austin, was here last Sunday. Mr. Pfeifer stated that he was putting up a pipe yrgan for the church at "Walburg, whioh he expected io complete thin week. Tho inBtru mnnfc hna two and the pedal is 16 foet high, 11 feet Wide ahd '8 feet deep. This is the second pipe organ in William- son county, the other being at Palm Valleo, between Round Rook and Hutto. It Is large enough for any city church. It rcquued the capacity of six wag- ons to haul the instrument, and it was built by Ed Pfeifer & Son, The Tribune' congratulates tho people of Wal...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 8 March 1907

i ui7ir"W " " flVT- N" I THfc BARTLETT TRIBUNE. ESTABLISHED 1880. tnjered '' rtd-clasi Matter at tho ' Potefrfe, .barlictt. Toxa. One, aar. -1.60 ....50 SixSfltjhth Tr ThJgHlOntts 25 MP. CATES, Editor and Proprietor. FRIDAY, MARCH 8, 1007 If there is an anti-sohool build- ing man in Bartlott tho Tribune does not know it. IP more men would vote thoir opinions instead of their preju- dices this world would be bettor off. Although his enemies assert that Senator Bailey was an oil man it is evident that he was not beoause he could not quiet tho troubled waters. That proposed 820,000 school building would look good in Bart- lett's sky and cause many a hemeseeker to cast his lot among us. Had you thought about it? 'The mills will never grind with the waten that have pass- ed." Now is the opportune time for Bartlett citizens to get busy on the proposition of a now brick school building. The Granger News, under its new management, has reached this office. Tho News has bright prospects and t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 8 March 1907

r BQHK B7-' , ,-.'. h :tt-, w Easter Is Early Get Your New Your Spring Suit , Suit for Easter WMMimw mini wu W'gjfflJijf $ i imi 1 nwwr Hft P i It fr . i Pi i "N s So buy early this year get your suit now and have a full seasons' wear; It's ready, waiting for you; come into our stote and 1st us show you the many handsome Schwab models'we haye on display; you will like them we are sure, and they wear as well as they look. Anybody can advertise clothes; anybody can use adjectives praising the quality, the style, the tailoring of the clothes they sell; the words "quality" and "style" are spelled the same, and sound the same when used about cheap cotton trash, as when used about our all- wool, high grade goods. It doesn't cost any more to print a page in a magazine, or a column in a newspaper, for mercerized cotton than for all-wool. ' We want you to understand that we are 'selling clothes that are building a reputation for us, all-wool clothes that hold their shape and color. For Easte...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 8 March 1907

TSTT'" - i TUC DIDfUOOM TAi I mil "J nOAU" i I Three Pine Stallions t jn I IIL I LnUIILIIUIl v 1 flLLIUIl LUOHll ! ju t z-v L fe , Iter o. 40887, blood bay, black mane and taiil. Foaled May 10, 1904. Brod by E. Fugier of Creston, Iowa. Sired by Julian 20837 dam Gresinette 14247 (24188) aho by Phonix 8840 (G983) 2nd dam Brillante (21414) she by Papillon 3550 (370) 3rd dam Bijou belonging to M. Bourdin. Julian, 20337 by Picavota 14242 (33175) out of Suzon 14252 (20102) by Tu Duo II (2010) Pioavota 14242 (33175) by Domptojr 0844 (7050 out of Bijou(23852) by Fa vora 1542(704). Domptour 0844 (7059) by Fonelon 2082 (38) out of Rosetto (7058) by Passe Bartout (1402). Fonolon 2082 (38) by Brilliant 1271 (755) out of Bijou (3200) by fcavori belonging to M. Bajoon. Brilliant 1271 (755) by Brilliant 1899 (750) out or Ragout by Favori I (711) he by Vioux- t Chaalin (713). Brilliant 1809 (750) by Ooco II (714) out of Rosette by Mina belonging to Fronch Gov't. Coco II (714) by Vieux-Chaslin (713)...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 8 March 1907

B p-tfnp "$ . fir ifi tf JVAAAAAAAAJL-.AJl.J,VJVAAAAJlrAA.IV, MtCURDY l", W? f . V successors 10 MtiG NN S drug company Same Old Stand , A First Class Stock of Drugs and Sundries Prescriptions Carefully filled at All Hours by Our Efficient Reg- istered Druggist. Phone 44. Night Galls III. 4 4 fiftujinr.wwwv-w&wv LocslI News See Dr. Helm tho dentist, at McCurdy's. Clay May was here this week from Holland. J. J. Bucek and wifo visited Granger Sunday. S. Y. Shoemakor went to Milo9 this week on business, Rev. Wm. Speeglo of Dayilla wa3 here last Tuesday. Andy Stookton of near Eddy was hero laBt Saturday. "W. A, Hunt visite'd Belton this week on court business, S. Y. Shoemaker Bpunt last week in West on business. J. H. Hendrix of Salado was hero Tuesday on business. Will Pool of San Gabriel, near Granger, was here Saturday. Jim Kidd will move to tho Panhandle in the near future. J. J. Gilbert went to Buckholts this week to visit his daughter. See "Deestrick Skule" Friday night, tho 1...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 8 March 1907

'' fl!". T01"W?T' 'J,"-J"" J fT 174" fi Ei Thursday March 14 Thursday March. 14 Thursday, March 14, 1007 . ' , '1 Vy TJT , . l, -,.,,. --..,.,. . :..1U 1 . .. ,.,. ."..'', 'L '.'11 .'..,', ' ,'.' ', '..i.L. ,., -' ',,-.-- .,,,'',,. I, .',,. , ,, ,,, M- jdf iiMHfHKMTflMPglii8M1liMSMlS I 5 1 n mm m n n . a I 1 K -hi 1 1 1 1 jmt A 1 k & A' ,r .. "V . r. ?.;. V.- Fine Millinery and DressGoods Don't miss this opportunity to see the correct styles play. A cordial invitation is extended to all ' " - Thursday March 14 RAILROAD TIME TABLE. Day trains 2:16 Night train South 10:40 p. m. tfic'nt train North 4:43 a. m. LOCAL MENTION. Eugene "Wolf of Granger is here on a visit to friends. Mpo. Han. TTnmnnl wan nn the sick list the past-week. i Mr. and Mrs.E. M. WilBon vis- ited Holland last Sunday. The babe of Mr. and Mrs, Allie Shults wa8 Bick this week. Bartlett is strictly in the swim this week in the amusement lino. The farmers of this section have been buBy this week plantiner corn. J, T...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 8 March 1907

- (, r 4T ry"Y'1 " trr "T3t f ffiT wvj imnS i 'Jn We Want Your Business!, . jn '". If' - I It' IH D 3T ' jj,i II VJ if r; lL We invite you to examine oir stock. You will find cso lods of Lumber, Lime, Brick, Cement Barbed Wire, Hog Wire and Corru- gated Roofing. We call special attention to our new stock of Wall Pamper. We can supply the wourifcs 9 customers in new up to dete patterns. For padmt we have the two worldwide brands, Trie-Tcgg and B. P. S. See their guarantees. xCome to see us. umber IHlghtowerL MMMJB3aa ipanyj Mrs. J. A, Hazen, of Granger, died at Austin Monday, Mr- Bi. M Windom, residing ioar Davilla, died last week of pneumonia. 11 opidemio of measles is rag- ing in Temple and interfering with the schools. . Edmund Walters, a young man Taylor, died a few dayB ago from an attack of the grip. . J. J. Crouch of Heidonheimer lute bought an interest with the McOelvey Dry Goods Co. of Rog- ers and will move there soon.gSJ; Uncle Diok Cole has bought SOD acres of the Nichols...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 8 March 1907

w fffggmffiWmv - ic ' ,: , ' - - 1 For Anything in the Drug line Seel We have bought the grocery business of G. W. Davenport and will continue the business at the same stand. We hope to merit your patronage by giving you good reliable merchandise at as low prices as possible. Your patronage will be highly appreciated. Come to see us or phone us. ucek & Bartosh J. J. BUCEK, Manager. LocaJ News. xBuy gasoline of Smith. SFine fresh cakes at Smith's. Good prairie hay for sale. See H. Hempel. Tlace your order ior red cane w.th Lawrence Bros. top Fresh strawberries and . vege- tables at Smith's Saturday. Trade with W. G. Smith one mionth and see the advantage. Overstocked on seed potatoes. Lawrence Bros. N'Good woik horse for sale. ' Ed Lawrence. fff you need any pood corn to feed or plant see Jno. P. Law- rence. For good, fresh bread see W. G, Smith. Get bread checks and tave money. Have your Panamas cleaned and blocked at R. J, Vidler's, "Taylor, Tex. Have your Panamas and blocked a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 15 March 1907

Mfwim m mwwiwMHiJwimiBm awn i v"" i iwc -ts 3K -7rnTTvm-inii,imiw- S " -t amvmwn 1 Wu w n lujt ' o vr. L, ? b R. Fi CATE3, Editor and Proprietor. BARTLETT, TEXAS, MARCH 15, 1907. $1.00 Per Year. VOL. XXL NO. 40 fflfcfl nannHBmMHmanKmMHHnn iBra9nflHmnr For men in an unexcelled variety are being offered here. We offer the best goods money can buy at the "right prices." When we say right prices, we mean a small profita legitimate profit- If at tired in one of our "Kant-be-beat" or "Fechkeimer, Keifer & Co." suits, you will be dressed as well as you would be in a "tailormade'9 $35 suit. Buy a Wc L. Douglass shoe and notice the comfort as well as the price. E. & W. shirts and Black Cat hose cannot be beat for quality, style and lowness of price. Let us show you the goods and prove that every assertion we make is, so. y ijHB II I Mens NecKwear I I 11 1 BPlei,did assortment in n I '11 1 fur"in nan(3s strings, 9 '4 111 e0, ee our l08 a 1 ' ' ' nri i ii i l Gersbach-Wacker Co. I . St...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 15 March 1907

p" - r -.7T ,VW -7wsrr ?nwf5r,fr I- i :v . . rr- a.,,A. THE BAUTLEtT TRIBUNE. ESTABLISHED 1880. ntred - nd-tlaai Matter at the Postoffice. Dartlett. Tex at. One Year Six Months . . Throo Months ..-1.00 ..T....50 ......25 R. P. CATES, Editor and Proprietor. FRIDAY, MARCH 15, 1007 What Congress Did. It ratified the San Domingo treaty. Paeaod a billion dollars worth of appropriation bills. Ordered an investigation of the lumber trust; of the international harvester trust 'und cotton ex- changes. Passed an immigration act, coupled with exclusion of Japan- ese coolies. Knooked out the canteens at soldiers' homes. Gave the railway employes a eixtoen-hour law. Established an agricultural bank in the Phillipines. Passed a rather tamo currency reform measure I rovided for new battleship. Passed a modified actprohibit- ingjfrom making campaign as- sessments, , Ratified the Algoricas treaty. Adopted a resolution providing for an investigation of the Brownsville riot. Decided that Senator Smoot...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 15 March 1907

m -i i ,11, ' I ' "-'."U'flJWjJI'-r vn j Vjl, ( ; -n i l-f jw-.T K County News. Tho eptdemio of. , measlea at Coupland, nine raiioa south' of Taylor, has caused a, 'suspension for a time of tho diettiot school. Mark T, Mooro of near Flor- ence sold two horses in George- town last Monday for 5100 cash It pays to raiso pood horses Baye tho Vfdetto. ' Meesrs. Chris. Kollchor and Tom "Winningham received a oar load of horsos from tho Corpus Ohristi oountry Monday says the Granger News. udgo R. B. Pool, one of Cam- eron's most able and successful lawyers, and for several years county judge of Milam county has moved to Stamford, The Farm9rfe' Union of Wil- liamson county will meet in Tay- lor on Saturday, Maroh 10, for the purpose of making arrange ments for building a farmers' cotton warehouse in Taylor. Tho churoh building recently bought at Jonah and moved to Weir has been put in position and is now ready for services. It bo- longs to the Methodists and will give them a permanent place...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 15 March 1907

& 1 iinrT"" "irmif irifffi frWiW jua.ixrtajcatmir'' w iwBmLarMMWwrBieg: gfffif w-- I I "i p ISiS !&' II Easter Is Early Get Your New Your Spring Suit So buy early this year get your suit now and have a full seasons' wear; It's ready, waiting for you; come into our stoic and 1st us show you the many handsome Schwab models we haye on display; you will like them we are sure, and they wear as well as they look. uit'for Easter Anybody can adyertise clothes; anybody can use adjectives praising the quality, the style, the tailoring of the clothes they sell; the words "quality" and "style' are spelled the same, and sound the same when used about cheap cotton trash, as when used about our all- wool, high grade goods. It doesn't cost any more to print a page in a magazine, or a column in a newspaper, for mercerized cotton than for all-wool. We want you to understand that we are selling clothes that are building a reputation for us, all-wool clothes that hold their shape and color. For...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 15 March 1907

trr .SS2 P 1(1? r; r i& ii. if vf i P.i ' IT I, Mr m ?r.l- J, &v V &ttffyHWti AN ARTIST'S MODEL By LOUiS JOSEPH VANCE ,fttwft" (Copyright, by Joseph D, Bowles.) Along tho hallway, which was dark, Mrs, Thorno faltered, panting. Thoro was barely enough light for hor to tnaKe out tho boldly lettered name Upon Carton's door. She tapped It softly tho fluttering of a bird's -wing would have made hardly less holso, "Como In!1' Deforo she realized It, tho door waa nwung open, letting a flood of light into tho hall, and framing tho figure of Richard Carton, palntora tall, broad-chested man, built big and lithe- ly, who stood upon hla feot squarely, with tho bearing of solf-confldenco. "Well?" Carton asked, looking down at hor coolly, curiously. "Mr. Carton?" she responded with a question, to which ho bowed affirma- tion. "I I am Mrs. Thome." Tho name of courso meant hothlng to him; Carton saw only tho slight, almost willowy figure, clothed in shab- by black, and tho soft pallor o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 15 March 1907

H1W 0 fr . 4 oe?o40t&)& til I Three Fine Stallions r Libertine 2:21 (4) No. 82873. Slro of Red Feather (41 2:18 1-4 anil Pcarlino 2:15 1-4 (8 year old trial). Lib- prlinn l hv Itoronl. 2i1rt H-i a .. .,1,1 ....1 o. 40887, blood bay, black mane and tail. Foaled May 10, 1904. w7I7jfl'avV lJ'Vw"', 9 inn 1 1199 imm n m- &v (3 ' I Bred by E.-Fugier of Croaton, Iowa. Sired by Julian 20837 dam Gresinotte 14247 (24188) eho by Phonix 8840 (0083) 2nd dam Brillanto (21414) Bho by Papillon 3550 (370) 3rd dam Bijou belonging to M. Bourdin. Julian, 20337 by Pioavota 14242 (33175) out of Suzon 14252 (20102) by Tu Duo If (2010) Pioaveta 14242 (33175) by Domptoar 0844 (7050 out of Bijou(23852) by Favora 1542(704). Domptour 0844 (7050) by Fenolon 2082 (38) out of Roaette (7058) by Paase Bartout (1402). Fenolon 2082 (38) by Brilliant 1271 (755) out of Bijou (3200) by fcavori belonging to M. Bajeon. Brilliant 1271 (755) by Brilliant 1800 (750) out of Ragout by Favori I (711) he by Vieux- Ch...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 15 March 1907

y: tt ji i " . f sK I It- ", I l5r'tf f ill u ... ' I V; .. im, t. MSF.. l n 11 n 0 It is a pleasure to add to our Easter Greeting a cordial invitation to every man and boy, and eyery woman and girl to come and see the handsomest line of Mew Sprang Suits and Fine Dress Goods and every dress accessory, that have ever been displayed in the city of Bartlett. Can dress you correctly and becomingly. Every man and woman has especial desire to be' well dressed at Easter time. You will of course want to brighten up your attire with a new suit, new dress a new hat or at least some of smaller essentials of dress, There are but a few as good and none better than this store to supply your Easter wants. s CI 01 AND KNEE PANTS The kind that looks well and wears well. This combination every mother appreciates. Every essential that pleases is embodied in our boys clothing and knee pants and every garment must bo -as represented or we will gladly square it with you. We have them for the little tot o...

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