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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 15 March 1907

r "WVriwfjOT V$W 'llJJJ"Wr(',fn,mff"- "-raT .fp &??"' r -rjf r TWH! IF ' .''il Grand Ball. A.fl,JWJt.VVUV J-WJV VJyVJiftrTftf JWWJtt Bjfti i?i rfh jQr tQ1 ! e M K fc u- p. R l-fr IMcCDRDY Successors to F McGINNIS DRUG COMPANY Same Old i i i i i i i i i i i i First Stock of Drugs and! Sundries Prescriptions Carefully Filled at 111 Hours by Our Efficient Reg- - m n mm I istered Druggist. Nisht Calls HI. 4 flw-HP-w r5jjrymjKy'yt's ILocsJl News. The carnival ha3 "came and went." Geo. Hempel visited in Temple this week. See Dr. Helm the dentist, at McCurdy's. Mrs. CateB was quite sick first of the week. Misa S. E. Whitlow was quite Bick this week. Dr, Martin o Ejavilla went to Belton Monday. J. M. Blanton attended court at Belton thiB week. Tarp Bolding went to George- town "Wednesday. Capt. M. B. Hairston went to Templo Wednesday. Jim Bolding of Georgetown was hero Sunday on a visit. W. M. Pool of near Granger was here Monday en business. A, R. Saint of near Corn Hill was a Tribune ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 15 March 1907

" jy "" " 'WfW' W ' amy v I We Want 'Your .Business! H ... . , , , ., I,, I ' We invite you to examine oir stock. You will find car loads of Lumber, Lime, Brick, Cement, Barbed Wire, Hog Wire and. Corru- gated Roofing. We call special attention to our new stock .of Wall Paper. We can supply the wants of customers in new up to date patterns. For paint we Have the two worldwide brands, 'True-Tagg and B. P. S. See their guarantees. Come to see is. Hightower Lumber Company J nnB.raEBmmsmB Good Roads Meeting. Georgetown, Tex., March 10. The Williamson County Good Roads convention met here in three sessions yesterday. Ad- dresses were nade by Colonel W. H. Moore, president of the Na- tional Good Roads association; Hon. R. E. Smith of Sherman, president of State Good Roads association; Judge T. P. Rixey of Missouri, national attorney; Cap- tain William Bradburn of Hous- ton; Senator G. W. Glasscock and Judge C. a. Wilcox. Permanent officers were elected as follows: George N, McDaniel of Ge...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 15 March 1907

JWfl" VT.-- t ' !l . m.T.Bffi ?mp''mmiaNm?mvmttimn' .,,m.u.m1M. -.. .1 .. i mm l!'!, , ,'. i, --!-T"'l'lPI-llIMUmil.mH;D' I For Anything in the Drug; line See ? . 63. RAILROAD TIME TABLE. Day trains . . 2:16 Might train South. 10:40 p. m. Night train North 4:13 o. m. LOCAL MENTION. W. W. Walton went to Helton yesterday. J, C. Laughlin, fire, life and ac cident 'insurance. A. Duncan 8r. was a Belton 7isitor yesterday. Jim Kuykendall of Taylor was lore this week on business. E. M. Wilson was among those "who attended court at Belton this weok. M' L. Cates, editor of the Gran- ger News, was a Bartlett visitor Saturday. J. D, SlawBon and E. L, Har- din visited Austin last Tuesday on business. Floyd Simmons is having a residence built in the Jackson ad- dition to Bartlett. Correspondents, mail your lot- iera so that they will reach us by Thursday morning of each week, iSr. and Mrs. E. M. Wilson at- ionded the funeral of Mr. C. W, lano at Marlin Monday after- noon. Ja8. McKee and Will Pop...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 22 March 1907

mm wwn mm 1 . " Vf & ttJbuwti ito JR. F. OATES, Editor and Proprietor. BARTLETT, TEXAS, AROri 22, 1907. $1.00 Per Year. VOL. XX.V. NQ. 47 lM9k&ta, 4 fe -Je IrAAF9 I d4cs'!fir II- r i 7 ,L i'l '1 Ll ,11! i,l '. ' ? a i Die Land Deal. . A real estate deal of consider- able magnitude, involving the passing of 8200,000 was closed at Temple "Wednesday, wheroby the Rice estate of Houston convoyed1 . to W. W. Walton of this city, G, M. Felts of Belton and otherB a traot of 800 acres of ohoioo black land near Oenavllla, in Bell sounty, twelve tnilos east of Tern - . pie, and also two leagues or 0000 aoreB of farming lands in Jones jounty. Tho Bell county land was acquired by Millionaire Wil- liam Ricefor whose death Law- yer Patrick'was sentenced to the elootrio chair in New York, when land in this section was wild and considered fit for nothing 'but grazing purposes and not muoh of that. It is wild and unculti vated and has been used as a pasture since time immemorial. This land, a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 22 March 1907

Wff1 ''"'"'"''''' """yy tr-- - rf-nTTOgJfPT "pr" f T,'"g'?7' . J rf y jtf1 '" 4 I V Hh- ' s'j y " THE BARTLETT TRIBUNE. E3TABLI8HED 1880. ntred nd-clait Matter at ths Poitoffice, Bartltt Texat. One Year ., 1.00 Six Months 50 Throo Months J. .25 9, P. CATES, - Editor and Proprietor. FRIDAY, MARCH 22, 1007 Do you ever hoar of anybody moving to Bartlett "for the ben- efit of the school?" A Brenham farmer recently urchasod a steam plow at a cost if $3,(300. It plows land at the 'ate of ten acres per day, carry- ing ten plows. Visit the schools, encourage your ohildren ,to greater efforts and also give the teachors a chance occasionally to get ac- quainted with you. An exohango remarks that the only way to get the last word with some women is to say it over the 'phone, then ring off and order the instrument taken cut of the house. Of course, there are no women in Bartlett to ' which the above applies. The Tribune has always been, and is now, ready to do all it oan for overy public intere...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 22 March 1907

0 -' IWIVjl "PT1 Ai , o K k; r b P. i& B & M " County News. Burglars are doing a "land of- ffioo" buoinoaB in Taylor. Owitjg to tho establishment o a rural freo delivery route tho postoffioo at Yarr.elton, Milam county, will bo discontinued on March 30 and tho mail will be sent to Cameron. Tho Farmers' Union at Rose- bud has asked tho business men of that town to join them and build a cotton warbjiouso. Thj prosr pects are good for many ware- houses to be built this summer. Temple, Tex March 17. City Attorney W. O..Cox, who will re- tire from offioo on April 1, has mado arrangements to move to Oklahoma City, where ho will re- side in future and practice law. Otto Rinne, of Thorndale, Tex- as, was in Clifton Tuesday with his brother-in-law, H. WaBleban, from whom he has purchased the fine black stallion of tho latter and will carry him to Williamson county. Clifton Record. Rev. J. 8. Huckabee reports 24 conversions at tho rooent re- vival meeting in North George- town and 24 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 22 March 1907

1 ''LW "?Ji I f""""1 TrTfl T pnt-vfumnip ---"w.jjwr ,f , :v-y '" IBBHSd Get Your New Suit for Easter Your Spring Suit ft I' O I Easter Is Early II fig iflfek So buy early this year get your suit now and have a full seasons' wear: It's ready, waiting for you; come into our store and let us show you the many handsome Schwab models we haye on display; you will like them we are sr.re, and they wear as well as they look. 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 Easter we wa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 22 March 1907

T ... A "- mps '"'W It. M.,..V..-fev. ' '""i mmm -AS 1 o ";,'tifei?'' - ess-- For Anything in the Drug lin e See I SGBSaSBBHBHBBHKWaaBHBHaHll Corn Hill News. Sold and Delivered this Season A few more J.LCase plant- ers left. 'Bhe old reliable Jno Deere and J I Case cultivators, the latest improved 2 cars of Jos W Moon ahd John Deere buggies fust re- ceived Furniture! Furniture! All kinds of Furniture at lowest prices. Cook with a QUIoK MEAL gasoline range, Ask the ladies tkat have been using them and see what they say about them Dies from Measles. Rockdale, Tex., March 10. B. Howard, who has boon oonstable of, this precinot for about six yearB, died thia afternoon about C o'olook, the immediate cause boing measles, His wife was ailed from Austin yesterday, whore eho had undergone an op ratIonv Card of Thanlls. 1 4 Wi I son I 0 1 me for bargains . I ' I iii fine farms and . j n I city property. . 1 1 Watch for my list I Wo Go Decker - 1 Two cars of furni'ure just re--ceiyed at Wilson...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 22 March 1907

'i r KS ,? t l- 4' -Sl !$ &$$$$ ?00C000fr0 66frO606 t OKSO4fc4$$$O0OOO0SO?'e5" 4. t IB ! Three Fine Stallions -J on Mil?? LUUHW h h. 40887, blood bay, black mane and tail. Foaled May 10, 1904. Bred 'by E. Fugier of Croston, Iowa. Sired Julian 26837 dam Greoinette 14247 (24188) alio 'by Phenix 8849 (0083) 2nd dam Brillanto 31414) she by Papillon 3559 (379) 3rd dam Bijou belonging to,M. Bourdin. Julian, 20337 bv Pioaveta 14242 (33175) oat Suzon 14252 (20192) by Tu Due II (2910) Pioaveta 14242 (33175) by Domptear 0844 7059 out of Bijou(23852) by Favora 1542(704) . Dompteur 0844 (7059) by Fonelon 2082 (38) cjwtof Rosette (7058) by Paaso Bartout (1402). Fonelon 2082 (38) by Brilliant 1271 (755) out nt Bijou (3260) by lavori belonging to M. Baboon. Brilliant 1271 (755) by Brilliant 1899 (760) oat of Ragout by Favori I (711) ho by Vieux- Chaslin (713). Brilliant 1899 (750) by Ooco II (714) out of Rosette by Mina belonging to French Gov't. Coco II (714) by Vieux-Chaslin (713) out fiLs G...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 22 March 1907

ur.'HSJ' i " w tht j1 -tkj ?.vc: W.' T" y i'!VM. !J? . THE SEASON'S GREETING WELCOME TO YOU i CH31st ty I ,- MAR n imik I! o k m. ,ti?y i it ? j K,. ItfK.. i'v". f', It : o Jr IIO I V Ivfl JG T Lflufi To make your Easter prepara- tion. Remember tKis store is headquarters for correct dressers. LET US SHOW YOU Boys Clothing AND KNEE PANTS - t The kind that looks well and wears well.. This combination e.veryv mother appreciates. Every essential that pleases is embodied in our boys clothing and knee pants and every garment must be as . represented or wo will gladly square it with you. We have them for the little tot of 3 yeais to the romping boy of 16 shirts, hats, shoos ties arid col- lars are also hero for them. Give Us a chance to dress your boys well. Prices range 50c to $5.00 ens Clothing ANDyDRESS ESSENTIALS The warm'weather is right upon us and the man who appreciates comfort and fitj'Jcorreot stylos at a moderate price will hover leave the store to look around. When we throw the...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 22 March 1907

-W'- '! . V-. -. - WrW"TWjWTTn iw ' ,rwif'y$'r " y.V'" ' '' " : ic ! k. 4 ' Successors to I McGINNIS DRUG COMPANY Same Old Stand 4 i i i. i i i i. i i i i i i i i i i i i A First Class Stock of Drugs and Sundries Prescriptions Carefully Filled at All Hours by Our Efficient Reg- istered Druggist. Phone 44. Night Calls gj JvvAfJwtJvtv'g':vJM' Local News. A.G. Lindemann.Jr, was a Bel- ton visiter this week. iss Mabel Daugherty has been quite sick this week. C. C. Shults made a business trip to Austin this week, WANTED Girl to do house- work. . J. D. Slawson. C. T. Beckham of Oeanaville was here this week on business. Emsie Hair is attending the Metropolitan Business College at Dallas. (i,ijr , Mr. Thornton1 of Holland was nere Tuesday, on a visit to his brother. Jake Roberts, who lives below Granger, was a Bartlett visitor Saturday. Born, to Edi'or and Mrs. Cates of the Granger News, last Mon- day, a boy- Ira Prawitt, one of' Taylor's prominent business men, wbb here Monday. Mrs. Lilli...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 22 March 1907

'wWf Vr- it- rit it "lOp ' pinwwi JiJ'ijr P 15 v Y"W' usiness fft ?. m i rmrraiciTMiiff I We Want Your i invite yoti to examine oir stock. Yoi will find caur loads of Lumber, Lime, Brick, Cement, Barbed Wire, Hog Wire end Corri- gaded Roofing. We cadi special attention to our new stock of Wall Pamper. We can supply the waaits 9 customers in new up to date patterns. For padnt we have the two worldwide brands, Trje-TsLgg and B. P. S. See their guarantees. Come to see is. IHightowerLu ISB m mmmsmmsuwm'imssmiMtMmm her Company. jPiiigifefffi'irTWf Mine at Davisville. a A District Farmers' Union. TO'THfe TRIBUNE. Hurrah for old Dayisville! It has been supposed that it was dead, but it is shoving to the front once more and we believe in a few years it will be a small city, eauallintr that of Corn Hill, or 1 fi even Bartlett. We have at the present time a new telephone line, running from Corn Hill to this place, which is highly appreciated by the people here. We also haye a mine one mile no...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 22 March 1907

it-Tv IfTflfcw VW " - -ifygr-r W"" " xb " .' "Ti P, Mr r " -A M3 11 "-1i S3-71" tV WU li SVMMte. m tsfl ! I New Stock of iSpring Slippers -and oxfords for ladies, misses and $ children 'just arrived. CaH and see them. Hosiery Infants ribbed hose, stainless dyes, .goods that will wear.all sizes 20c,i5c,ioc The Black jack brand of heavy ribb--ed hose, for boys and for girls - 15c Improved Buster Brown stockings for boys and girls at - 25c Lace striped hose, black, tan, brown white for misses and children,2Sc to 10c Ladies lace hose made in Germany, extra spliced heel and toe, Prince 'Hermsdorf dyes, newest creation at 75 c Ladies superioflace lisle hose Herms- doif dyes as pretty as can be at - 68c Ladies superior lisle lace snow white 'hose, swell designs, also in black 50c Our lace striked hose in black and white for ladies cant be matched at 25c II 'f'i H r. Ladies Ready to Wear Goods White linen suits of skirt and shirt waist, a well made suit with embroider- ied waist front, all ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 29 March 1907

3 "xWk ':'7f?frFpr!r ' I"" "' !Tfi" Wfit 1 -f f '& , rf IV? f k W! i V" " R. F. CA.TE3; Editor and Proprietor. BARTLETT, TEXAS, MARCH 29, 1907. $1.00 Per Year. VOL. XXI. NO. 48 'ti BflMf tiram n t ' t' la'' U Si. IXii W. K U Bring us your produce Pay the highest price Bring your eggs here We pay the best price 0 Dozen Chickens, Gees icks, Guineas and Turke 9 We will pay $3.50 cash per dozen for grown hens and large friers 15c each for roosters and guineas : : : : : 1 Bring them here! We will pay you cash or in trade more produce than any house in Bartiett. ' We buy Gersbach-Wacker Company wa BBingWBaaraKigBBBIWPBMnaamfli3H BraKeman Badly Hurt, StricKen With Paralysis. Bob Rowntree Injured. "While making a switch Tues- day evening at thia place, C. C. Braydon, a brakeman on the M. K. & T. southbound local freight fell and hie loft arm waa oruBhed Almost to a pulp, hla leg frao- turod and his heel crushed. He waa riding on the journal at the 'front end of the oar and holding t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 29 March 1907

ujir"n? ii("-jni i v :rwr )JSSmi?--' K. T.f k THE BARTLETT TRIBUNE. ESTABLISHED 1886i ntrad ndctati Matttr t tht Postoffic. BartlotU Texas. Otio Year 1.00 Sir Months 50 Throo Months .25 R, P. CATES, - Editor nnd Proprietor. FRIDAY, MARCH 29, 1007 The Tribune regrets to learn that there are some boys in this town who aro going to got into seriou9 trouble if they continue in their mischief they nave been indulging in within the past week or two. A hint to the wise ought to bo sufficient. A special from Oopperan Coye eays that Miss Alta McNeil, who took to her bed January 20, from .which date she refused nourish- ment of any kind except water, died Friday in intense agony, having survived sixty -one days without food. She was 19 years of age and declared to be of un- sound mind. Among the bills introduced in the legislature is one especially which should become a law. It provides a punishment by heavy fine and makes it a penal offense to deliberately abandon or refuse to support his wi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 29 March 1907

k i if- w- -gyw-fc T-ftrfX 1 nr- v 4'Jr.f w K; V-w I t ts, M j; I I T y It. 4 ,v County News. Vf. A. MoDaniol dtc'a at Hol land a few days ao of drcpBy. A Farmers' Union of fourteen members haef been organized at Salado. Miss Daisy Noble, aged 20, died at her home near Leander, a few days ago. The Holiness meeting at Rogers conducted by Rev. C. K. Spell -will begin JulyvlBth and continue to July 25th. The mooting will bo held undor canvas, bwing to tho establishment of a rural free delivery route the post office at Yarrellton, Milam county, will be discontinued on Maroh SO and the mail will be sent to Cameron. Ed Dyess, D. D. Grace and Lawrence Newbarker wont to Temple Tuesday to meet Gus TNTowbaker who was coming from Bartlett to Tomple for treatment at tho hoapial. Rogers News. - A large barn and its contents of feedstuff, the property of Thomas Duffy, three-quarters ot a mile from Teylor was destroyed by firo Sunday night. Tho loss is S1000, insurance $300. Origin of firo unknown...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 29 March 1907

1 tpvw- p-n. ' A Wifl- (i 17 I C I o t hji n g Hit the M a,!r k J I ' I Copyright 1907 by Hart Schtlrner & Marx whm jgg-EJaaj" ''IfS Fiffmf i . w MMP i "'"'"'' ' i I M Mi M . k Girl's College of Industrial (yyyrr IF you aim to be well dressed, aim for this store and a Hart, Schaffner & Marx suit. You'll make a hit" in it. The best adver- tising we can do for our clothing business is to advertise the fact that we sell Hart, Sdhaffner & Marx clothes. Every customer of ours who has tested that statement has found it true; the truth of it shows in steady growth of our business. We have here and there a good friend who doesn't believe our statement enough to test It; they're missing some! mighty good values which they might as well have. This line of clothing has a reputation and standing with the public which no other clothing has, or ever had. lnlBartlettand in every town in this country, large cities and small.IHart, Schaffner & Marx clothes are known, and are con- sid...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 29 March 1907

'3 J ' t.f.Mr,-- '.1 11; .v pJMKWPWM mi t-. lira.? - id-i- w n.i- pk if few,.; ' 14- W.t Pei-. ft r- B. ; ffi. LONE FISHERMAN' AWFUL EXPERIENCE 'sADnlFT FOR DAY AND HALF ON OCEAN WITHOUT FOOD OR WATER, TEMPERATURE IS BELOW ZERO 'Exertions In Balling Out Dory to Keep It on Top of Waves 8aves Lafo of the Endangered Mariner. Now York. After having been 36 hours adrift alone lu his dory without food or water, And In weather below zero, Georgo Williams of East Boston, a young fisherman, was rescued and brought Into port tho other day by tho 'schooner Busan N. Pickering. The. man Is still sufferlns from tbo terrlblo experience through which ho passod, and -his hands nro badly frozen Thql roscuo was inauo ore Tnatcnor svLiigni. Williams was ono of .the crew of the fishing schoonor Georgtana of Glou- cester: Luck had not been of tho best, and tho fisherman started out alone to try to add to tho vessel's catch. Ho expected to go but a short distance from tho schooner, and took mo provisions....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 29 March 1907

'W jW ji" pwvvBfwi'jfo IFf-T?TxpipMr' ,U" " K00 $ i9 (ooo4oo$e'oovo a Three Fine. Stallions V No. 40887, blood bay, black mane and .touifc Foaled Mesy 10, 1904. Brod by 13. Fugier of Creston, Iowa. Sired by Julian 20837 dam Gresinetie 14247 (24188) she by Phenix 8849 (0083) 2nd dam Brillanto (21414) Bhe by Papillon 3550 (370) 3rd dam Bijou belonging to M. Bourdin. Julian. 20337 by Picavetn 14242 (33175) oat of Suzon 14252 (20102) by Tu Duo II (2010) Pioavota 14242 (33175) by Domptear 0844 (7050 out of Bijou(23852) by Favora 1542(704) . Dompteur 0844 (7050) by Fonolon 2082 (38) out of Roaette (7058) by Passe Bartout (1402). Fonelon 2082 (38) by Brilliant 1271 (755) out of Bijou (3200) by lavori belonging to M. Bajoon. Brilliant 1271 (755) by Brilliant 1890 (750) out of Ragout by Favori I (711) ho by Vieux -Chaalin (713). Brilliant 1890 (750) by Ooco II (714) out of Rosetto by Mina belonging to French Gov't. Coco II (714) by Vieux-ChaBlin (713) .out of La Grise by Vieux-Pierre (883). ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 29 March 1907

4fW'fT rf , . 'T !! wUfV-i A '. t. . Jms I These Suits Are Correct! k V fr- ill fr !u. P E? irTO J $ f gi - -SET M ', hJ. m IS m M I i Iwl Lli 1 if 1 1 Mil I I WmA' H 5 DESIGNED BY 3k m (Spero MichaeuSoh, 1 W, ir f They are very popular for summer wear, The illustrations show the correct styles. They are cut moderately long shaped slightly at the waist- medium width of collars. Materials are serges, plain and fancy waistingSj self-stripes and oyer- plaids designed by M If V wmMm 1 pero? IVlichad & Son- ffilalF I Hi lfl I mi Jul Jl I St Now Jkes- If 1 " .N.Y. K '&xs&&3B$B&WS!MJ' l They combine comfort, style, fit and economy they are made right at the right price. We show them cheerfully, whether you buy or not. Get One Get B22H22IZKS mmsmmimmmsmmmiim RAILROAD TIME TABLE. Kay trains Night train South flight train North 2:15 10:40 p. m. ....4:43 a. m. LOCAL MENTION. J, C. Laughlin, fire, life and ac- cident insurance. Pest bread at Smith's. Mrs. John Stone waa quit...

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