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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 21 August 1903

s t V x s i- J at ' . v ' k1 lfc K., U i . p1 & fr . 1 ' j i Fd ! I?,' sf y K Kr Hr v . Kfr v ' 1 A n. r i? . . iffi ,(v, B8'. .BARTLETT TRIBUNE R. F. Gates Editor ft jft-op. Entsrod m sooond class mail matter at tin linrtlott poslofflco, Local nottcoa 8 1-3 eta. per lino for onch uirtion. jijl advertisements continued un- ordered out unless otherwise npociflod. Terms One Dollar a Year All roads will this fall. load toL Bartlett Salado Baptist Association meets at Corn Hill Thursday September 3, at 8:30 p, m. A prohibition election has been ordered in Wilson county for Sept. 9. It is likely to be a hot fight. A Prohibition election for Elgin precinct has boon ordered by the commissioners' court, to be hold Sept. 4. The money appropriated to refund the license tax to saloon - -istsin counties which go. local -option is not sufficient for tho - purpose. The attorney general rules that to solicit orders for whiskey in local option counties to bo filled outsidethe State is a violati...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 21 August 1903

'I 1 lJ a it Ur ia I O&0O0O0OOOO00OO00OO0OOCX)00DOCX00OtXXXX CX00CK)00O!KKO0OCK00CX000C3 i! t:v Vf frp 3-WA j , W,r Sft i ytfl !- n TW &SL. , r W , "?" a v ;, 3t ft. r5 1 1 IV A.i WiP w ' "(M ft. l ' Ki. IK 1 ?f4t 'JK To the Farmers and Planters Of Williamson, Bell and Milam Counties: Bring - Your- Cotton- to. Bartlett. , ' "We have sovoral buyers and Bartlett's facilities for this season, owing to close competion, will get you ..The Very Highest Prices for what you have to sell. ' ( We can also make it to your i'ntorest to Biiy your goods in Bartlett. Lowest prices on what you buy. - It may bo that you have not been to Bartlett to sell your cotton or buy ypur supplies. If not, we want you to come. Fierce competition in buying your products and soiling you goods, will pay you to come here. Merchants. StiooooCOCXOOOOC)OOCOCX30 OQOCKXCKOOOOCXOOCOaOOOOCXJiXX Tri-Coujnty News. Salli , John, Ritcher, a ( Gorman, was recently adjudged insane atCam- eron. 'Fifteen additions to the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 21 August 1903

m ' 0G)( : - t J If . If i I-;- Lr fcl w ;l A- W,i Rs f- .. Ki f -Ik v ,f vb 5 I i . . A SPECIAL 15 DAYS SALE-AUGUST 15 TO 31. Everything in Summer Goods will be sold during this time. Prices will move them rapidly. Hosiery. 20 doz. Misses hose worth 20c pair, Farewell price, lie 10 doz. Infanta hose, pink -white and red, worth 25c, Farewell price, - 18c Ladies 50o and 05c lace hose, lisle" thread, Farewell price, - - 33 l-3c Ladieer25c and 35c hose, liste thread, 'FFjroUv2Sale, price, ' - - " 19c Plbbons. 50 pieces ribbon, all" col ors, 1 to 3 inches wide; worth J irum o x-o w locyaru, fare well price, - ,- 5c liberty Batln ribbon, all colors, Nos 20 to4l40, worth 25o to 40o, all go"lh Farewell price, per yd - 25c, 1 JFans. 65c jaqi 75c Silk Fans, plaia. jwd fancy, Farewell price each, - - 35o 35c and 50c fans go at ,25c Ladies Purse. Wrist bags inlore, nice quality, worth 5c to 75c, Farewell Price each, - 49c 1.25 and 1.50 wrist bags, I i siik lined, inside purse 1 Farewell price....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 21 August 1903

rTO,Trwwwiw!MPHiP ;mnmmjmsmxvMmvwmim'vr' S r vt4H-K!-WH'-4-!-W-!-!-l-!-l-t..Vt!.jt!liji?f.f-.-f..t..t.f. . . se-2 -"HH44H - i . t ., J WE1 WANT YOU TO KNOW '",- W- i ' Ms- iwJ ' lrv & U1- 91 .;-? ,v r; i? . A Ilii 5m V L .& l"Star ii vSL. VyW ill iRFi ja-!gBgaig Try us - Jn-i--i-H,i-W-M-W--i-- RAILROAD TIME TABLE. Day train South '. 2:43 p. m. Day train North . 2:17 p. m. Night train South 12:15 a. m. Night train North 4:23 a. m. LOCAL IVIENTION. E. M. Wilson went south Sun- day. Fred Withers went to Temple Sunday. A good saddle to trade for cow. Forney Roberts. Chas. C, Bailey went to Waco Monday, 1 J. D. Slawson went to Austin Sunday. Henry Wilson of Granger, was here Wednesday. Born, to Mr. Mrs. Aug. Saago, a ten pound girl. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Heinsohn are the parents of a girl. . , Wm.Treuhardtwent to George- town Saturday on business. ' Dr. Payne, of Holland, was herejyesterday on business. Bora, to Mr. and Mrs. Will .Cannon, near Althea, a boy. If you like one prico t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 21 August 1903

., ' "?. u. X JMy l-,,i V T V u gy-l W 4.' Ew i , if - Al J fo' , & ftfT X! V f IViCa.. 5 5 ..A 4- Hi l r r a r I in HAVE YOU Of the advantages you have in buying from Whitlow Bros? They buy their pianos, organs, sewing machines, etc., from standard fac- tories. They show you the new styles in your own home for casli or on terms at prices that cannot v Ok be beat. Standard are the thing for inexperienced buyers as you take no chances experienced buyers wijl have no other. Tell your neighbors, talk with them and see what you can do. WHITLOW BROS. Mysterious Case. Taylor, Texas., Aug. 15. H. S, Lawson, a blacksmith of this city, has a child who has been suffering with spinal meningits lor nearly three months, and is now partially paralyzed. It sleeps all the time, has been unconscious since June 3, arid what keeps it alive is a mystery to its parents and physicians. , CURES SCIATICA, Rev. W. L, Riley, L.L.D., Cuba New York, writes: "After fifteen days of excruciating pain from sci...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 21 August 1903

, i,fsT wvvn S, IB'-. " 4 ' 'lit 1 -M '. W .M i &kv& 3 "a 4 i" IS MP ,oOOOCOOOOOOOOOCOCXXvn'OOOOOOCXX000000000300000XXXK) You will novor know just how good our Cold fDrinks are until you havo triod them. , Do bo today. You will novor know just how good our Cold ' Drinks are until you have triod them. Do so today. You will .never know just how good our Cold Drinks are until you have tried them. Do so today. You will never know just Drinks are until you Do so today. You will never know just how good our Cold Drinks are until you have tried them. Do so todav. You Avill never know just how good our Cold Drinks are until you have triod them. Do so today. The People's C. S MooresProp'r. 900OO0OX)XXXX00OO0OOO0OO00O0OOOOXXXXXX)OCX3OC5OO0OOCK) Not Enough Money. Austin, Texas, Aug. 13. The last legislature appropriated S40- odo to refund to liquor dealers tax paid'by them to sell liquor, The refund is cavscd by counties vot- ing in favor of local option, which causes the saloon to shu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 21 August 1903

Ku r Si I" "(m, &, l& ? & CU ,r ikt IV r 1 n u . W Kn I' 'l- s. MP i f -K Local 'Mention. ; rv k A son of Jas. McCarvor is side. Fish at Frank Knarvok overy Friday. Tom King, of Davilla, was in town Monday. - N Star Brand Sho os aro hotter Only at "Walton's, ' J. W Mason, of Granger, was in town Monday. Mrs. Herman Hill is'visiting in in Austin county. Star Brand ShoeB aro better. Only at Walton's. Mrs. T. B. Peary and son are on the sick list. J. D. Slawson went to Davilla yesterday on business. E. Mayo has about recovered from a spell of sickness. Mr. Hammott. of Waco, visit- ed in Bartlott this week. One of A. King's sons, a few miles east of town, is sick. Star Brand Shoos are better. Only at Walton's. A. A. Qunn went to George- town Wednesday on business. Good 3 room residence for sale S550, easy terms. See B Kolman Stanton Allen .Esq., went to Granger Tuesday onMegal busi- ness. John Rinn, of Austin county, is visiting August Hinze sr. and family. Mrs. R. B Dickers...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 4 September 1903

Wtyr?,.,w'yF'Tw''f '";$ - V.sr'f attlett tttattie r. 'I R. F. CATES. Editor. BARTLETT, TEXAS, SEPT. 4, 1903. VOL. XVIII.' NO. 20 mflffffffmmiffmflfmm ffi tfjf 1 WE ) ?.. .. I-. M I . ' a lii.r L Jt-1 ,...- ::: New Idea October ' Me... f ,vvvn f i i p ' -V-iiiUaiUiiiiiiiiaaiiiliiiiiii 4U 4 444 Ul v , Big Land Suit. X .Waco, Texas, Sept. 1 A Buit in eauitv has been filed in the I) KTT -.! 1 I 1 T-. I ;. r umcea otaies court dv tsoynton & Boynton, and style of which is , William M. Daniel, Jr., trustee, ?et al ys'. Mrs. D. K. Moss et al. "The suic involes certain fine lands innf the vicinity of Bartlott and lies in Boll and Williamson coun- ' ties. , It is the outgrowth of a will "made" -in 1869 by M. F. De- Grafenreid, deceased, father of Congressman De Graffenried of MBXU8. J.HO Will Yua U1U.UU 111 "Tenneanee and disposed of con- ' ,'siderable holdings under cetaih M,'provisions. His childern were left . portions Tt the estate, and the female members were to hold this prorerty ap...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 4 September 1903

'WfWpWfv FWJjSWWJfEW ?f!' v .iTF??1 H?fwp'f'if Vf Tf Jf - r r V -' ., ytfifi Mr f - LV IM,s1 ii 1 J V T lr & I . m la Ivy 3 X H fr f. i. ft. , " IT I'- "" & y r ; m On account of delay in shipment of some of the ma tor-; ials necessarry, our now storo is not ready for us. b'o; we will be compelled to postpone romoval for a few days. This will give the good people of Temple and Boll odun-J ty (who have not aiready; an opportunity to buy good4 j first-class merchandise cheapor than over before offered. ; A Summer IS Men's Spring and Suits Boys' School Suits, ages' 10 to 15 years Men's and Boys' Low Shoes All Men's Linen Cloth ing. Men's S2.00, S2.50, S3.00 and 53.50 hats, one of a kind Manhattan and Montauk , shirts, 81.50, S1.25 $2, S2.50 Eagle and Wilson Bros. Shirts Y SI, S1.25 and S1.50 quality Half Pricef Half Pricef Half Price! Half Price! For $i.oo I For $i.25 For 75c! The Whole Store is Bristling BARGAINS. with I Matthews Bros! A Temple, Texas. o ot$e$$d e- BARTLETT TR...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 4 September 1903

!fpPr!piwBpff ufMBirri'- ' "'M-vr" r-1. toh K mtswm wiauwummw L ' 8 O00O000O000CXJO0CX)0O0OO000P000O000(X)J000X0O00O0 OOOOOOCXXOOOOOCXXX)000VOOOO OOCOCM3CXOOC;CX3CXJOOCOOOCOO CK3CXVOOCK5O0OOOCCK vi ftfT'TfWwpJW tir,jj' W fr fl4 k Lv u i ,j?.i,i' W'- fo Lv It r t Is . 1M ?-& - A IV .3 fef M 'v 4; "HI SIP To the Farmers and Planters Of Williamson, Bell and Milam Counties: Bring - Your - Cotton - to . Bartlett. n "We have The Very .Highest Prices for what you ha Ye to sell... Wo can also make it to your interest to Buy your goods in Bartlett. Lowest prices on what you buy. .It may bo come. to oocococottocroaeocecKXJocec Tri-County News. J. H. Froneh, aged 80 years, died at Nolanvillo. Gub Mathis will move from Holland to Hutto to live. Ben Bu.'son and family have moved from Victoria to Hutto. Thos. Roborson, a pioneer cit- izen of Temple, died Friday. . Dr. Wolf and family have moved from Belton to Granger. , Corn is being shipped out of Thorndale to other parts of the . state. Tem...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 4 September 1903

'mr TttyFqgmm tifgai ' 1 I r- V ', MtfcN ' .V h. Boll Weevils Damage the Cotton. Ifr ?"' & - f ro u B'i. K s tt: C4 jf & I' !! it ?. E. & &i rt' tr ,, m-' fc Our farmer friends tell us that great damage has been done to cotton by the Boll Weevil for the last month. There is always a remedy for everything. , Since the pest is now letting up, there may still be time enough for our country to make the largest crop for years. It looks now as if cotton wHl sell for a higher price thsin it has for 30 years. Cotton goods were cheap last year. Early this spring we bought our staple goods, such as Domestic, Cotton Flannel, etc. at last year s prices. L. Fall Goods are Rolling in Every Day. Dress Goods. I All the NEW FABRICS in the late weaves in both woolen and cotton. Wo ar9 prepared to show you the swellest line it has ever been our pleasure to exhibit. Fine Woolen Dress Goods 50c to $3.50 yd. Many of our higher priced goods are in exclusive patterns, for PALL SUITS and SKI...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 4 September 1903

W . , "gytif sna-ry I'V-w'fjfif " " ' L - V JTs'l-i-K-H-I-J-KH READY FOR THE FALL BUSINESS THOROUGHLY EQUIPPED. v ? t,-Z M on on o 1 . -M-t-f-Mi lAM't'tiitMt.ri t lZO"t"v"lrt"t"H"ltI"t"Ht"lI"l"t"Il"t 'll"l,l"M-l-I"M"M"t"H"l"iTi""I'I"t-I"tl' 1 l-t-T-t-t-l-T-r-t-T t.t-t-t .t ,t.,t-t-T..T- .s. I l""i"t"t"i"i-l"l"t-rU-i-t"t"reiMM"I-I-M-M-I"M-M . t . St St It t I i t f 1 f 1 i I t J t 1 i 1 t t"J"J"l"J,,I"I"i,,I"I"M"I-I,i. ------ ".-'-T--rT"t--t-l---l--l-l-l"l-t-l---l--l-"l",-l,-l-r,I i ; ; ; jTTjj,.j;jjtf tf-t-f. TTt ff Wht Vj Wk && . .t BbLLf :tt, ? x '--? ' 'lr I'V itf ,. MILL.INERY. t Autumn Milljnery Ready For Inspection. Our Styles are Right. - W - I - I - M RAILROAD TIME TABLE. Day train South - 2:48 p. m. Day train North 2:17 p. m. Night train South 12:16 a. m. Night train North 4:23 a. m, LOCAL MENTION. - The cotton comes slowly rol- ling in. Mrs. Aug. Hinze is visitin g in Round Rook. Chas. Holzgraf, Sr., went to , Temple Monday. Tom Martin has returned from Comanche co...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 4 September 1903

"5? ,,-n, T"-W T"'" "75FJ7r!ir"'?e,T JTiwwjrwwr?"' ,'',W!Tf'?l)il.,,Wip'! f V Jff.' ys 'I' fc ", ji st: f L , fc i? l ft i-y A I' l ' IW ... I Ifx 1'CM I" HAVE YOU it t T Of the advantages you have in buying from Whitlow Bros? They buy their pianos, organs, sewing machines, etc., from standard fac- tories. They show you the new styles in your own home for cash or on terms at prices that cannot be beat. Standard are the thing for inexperienced buyers as you take no chances experienced buyers will have no othen Tell your neighbors, talk with them and sec what you can do. U , WHITLOW BROS. Fumigating Cotton. Quito a number of the farmers of the Hutto vicinity attended the bell weevil experiment near Tay- lor last Thursday and of all the methods shown they consider fu- migating with sulphur the most, praotical and has pans made and began to use them at once. We have not heard from many who are using this method, but those with whom we have talked have faith in its effectiveness and will...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 4 September 1903

i-egNlfWfJVfV', V. -'" . ' 1 .', I r$t. St. W ) fc 4 ', I ft r - roh 12, t," Ifi x- v. . tf iS " I'll - ' X p. 'v ; " 'cooooooeoooeooooocx "oooo You will novel know just how good our Cold Drinks are 'until you havo tried thorn. ' Do so today. . , , $ ' ' 5; You will novor know just how good our Cold jjrniKs are Do so today. until you You will never know just Drinks are until you Do so today. You will novor knowjusthow good our Cold Drinks are until y6u Have tried- them, Do so today. . , 1 ' You will never know just how good our Cold Drinks are until you have tried them. Do so todav. You will novor knowjusthow good our Cold Drinks, aro until you havo tried thorn.- Do so today.' C. S Moores QOOCXXXXK3CKX00roQGGOCX5GOOOeXKXH Letters from Supt. Lefevre. , Austin, Texas, Aug. 13. Mr. M. S. Gardner, Bartlett, Tex. Dear Sir: I am in receipt of your letter of the 7th inst. stating that Bartlett is incorporated as a city or town or 'municipal pur- poses, and asking what steps should be taken...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 4 September 1903

' V." , ""v X r li i r K , vi " Sit to Ot s I' i i & , , P r h -. ,. I IS' 'o Local Mention. Robt. LindBoy is olorkingat J M. Allori's. Remember that school befcins next Monday. Prof. Gardner is boarding at W. P. Powell's. H. Brooks, of Corn Hill, was in town this w.ook trading. Ail the new fall waistings aro horelOo to $1.00 per yard. Walton's J R Hill has moved into tho Robt. Jones residence. Will Kaase mado a business trip to Davilla Wednesday. Don't forget tho school elec- tion tho 17th. Henry Davis, of Davilla, was here yesterday. Geo. Montgomery spent tho ' week at Salado with relatives. John Hunter, of Salado, visited relatives here Tuesday. Millinery 200 ladies street hats now on display at Walton's J. BR. Mo linger, of Donahoo, was here this week. Mrs. J. W. Kuykendall visited in Temple "Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. George Birch -field went to Holland yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Barnhart en- tertained the young folks last evening. Forney Roberts and fatuity are occupying the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 11 September 1903

RfwnijpiwfT' X-T . ' ft I'' " & " ' (f& R. F. CATES, Editor. BARTLETT, TEXAS, SEPT.ll, 1903. VOL. XVIII, NO. 21 ".. - Rf. u;;;'f!!H!!f!ff?H?f!:!f:mf?!?m 7rSi rfm-jjt SttfUttf -v u fiotjir: . " t 80.... h h Si...- j,vt -) ' ! i V r 1 1' f 1 ' e-it , I"""" , :::::: 1tp' .. vi U .'U pi" feW SS:::: ) ! . tOUlo ao ( &T -J. ;4i ,' ... I so.- so.- - ... so. i'J. '" 11? - ".. i , . so" X IH v 'c 80o. ! SO" , so. .. l'ae. ' o 0 I so" i W so" n .., , i , r& y0. 4f, ',. . w ..Ib.... -, J. ! i n f ') 4 ! '! W', u s , -tl. ! 1 Tt ! .11 " !! ! v. . l !,. ', f I. ' .. . f' !- l.t !' ! . ALLEN' GOMMENGINC SEPT. 15, 1903 UNTIL ALL SOLD..... D oubtloss you have attended dome of our former sales or heard of them, and have an idea of thoir genuiness and the op- portunity they afford every pur- chaser to save money. Not an ef- fort will bo spared or a thinp: loft undone that wo can do to make this Our Greatest Sale and Your Great- est Opportunity to buy goods cheap Wo have a larger stock...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 11 September 1903

""""vr nr'fmwfi!Wfvif?i i ' -yi I, (frr? it'i f'fa & '' K f if tr" I? I'" . w w DELAYED! On account of delay in shipment of somo of the mator ials necessarry, our now store is not ready for us. So i we "will be compelled to postpone removal i'or a fow clays. This will' give the good people of Temple and Boll ooun-J ty (who have not aready) an opportunity-to buy good first-class merchandise cheapor than over before offered. Men's Spring and Summer ouua ! Boys' School Suits, ages 10 Low Cloth- to 15 years Men's and Boys' Shoes All Men's Linen ing. it. Men's S2.00, S2.50, S3.00 and S3.50 hats, one of a kind Manhattan and Montauk shirts, S1.50, S1.25 $2, S2.E0 y Eagle and Wilson'Bros. Shirts I SI, S1.25 and 81.50 quality fThe Whole Store BARGAINS. o i flatthe ws Bros Temple, BARTLETT TRIBUNE &. F. Gates Editor $ Prop. Enterad R3 second class mail mnttor at the Bartlctt postoffice. Local, notices 8 1-3 cts. per lino for each aertion. aJUl advertisempnts continued un- ordered but ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 11 September 1903

5?W?fF-ii1,.fW6T,'iWP rvcw r '' v-Vm5F"Wr' ty3TffWUT?",f " ii.- v, '" rir-- ,'4 , Trr 'sssf '? Loaded With Pall Goods. P We Are After Your Trade. ( 1"'f .. jlJKi M I I .afflM ... jr . 4 . n Fall it v i IV. - . li r !. i r: J, J !w' i - i . " t Irx.' I lfe r X i '- ?s. X t t Best Quality. t O BARTLETT TRIBUNE R. F. Gates Editor & Prop. Entsrod as Bocond class mail matter at tha Burtlett po6tofflco, jjounl notices 8 1-3 cts. per lino for each -jieriion. A'l advertisements continued un- ordored out unless othcrwiso specified. Terms One Dollar a Year Nacogdoches county went last Friday. iro Some people seem to have a private code of ethics for person- al use. The common, everyday rules of politonoss are generally satisfactory to the plain people. Secretary Hester makes the difference between the cotton crops of 1901-2 and 1902-3 about 40,000 bales in favor of the 1902- 3 crop. A pretty close race, when there wer6 about ton and three-quarter-million bales in eaoh crop. They have a ho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 11 September 1903

- a tr in i ' 0 f - '- -" -f rr '-iW .&. ,i 4r -. 5?. 3V - r "?'i "" &- S V-- -"- T " " Hi Hi ONLY SALE OF ITS KIND EV Begins Tuesday '' I AAltf fTVri AIVK wmmSMWMi JLOOItJ. 1WSI.IP wAJLJ... -- ; '." " ' u WvTSpfm&AW lu AiwH Maonc tnrknA7 cjavAn . - 1 ' riAaticmntiAx cnxArl ' 13 lliFwTcfr lTIcinb illOIlcy adVCU. - - v , " - '- iilMllBllMIHBIMllll--jr-Tll WTIrMlWMBII BMMB .-... -i- . . .Maafc "TltsSMmMKLf T--- - -T - 1 b WW .ftfc.'i-'en -. "' iyt! "Wewillmake tliis the greates?tmone3' saving sale in tlie history of Bartlett. It shall surpass all former efforts in bargain giving a chance you seldom get. Do not miss this opportunity $20,000 High Gra LOOH ENDS. 2500 yards Standard Indigo Blue calicoes, Loom Ends 1-2 to 10 yd lengths, best quality, worth 5c, Loom End price 2 l-2c yd. 2000 yards Simpson gray calicoes, absolutely fast colors worth in the piece, 5c. Loom End price 2 l-2c 1000 yds Simpson white and black calicoes, no better made, worth 5c. Loom End price 2 l-2c 5...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 11 September 1903

grw 11 m- VO ' ' A ' iw ijfywy 7 ffr, TWfcW" !- '.lp,'",' n D " !, li ItoU - ; r V ! . ', ft v K . i rt f kf k?v. RZ KK &" I VA 1 rcfl ir , v j 't i MK ii ' Lvr i irr. T i,t? :.o RAILROAD TIME TABtt. Dy train South......... ...2:48 p. m. Dity train North-....- 2:17 p. m. Night train South 12:15 a. m. NlRht train North .....4:23 a. m. LOCAL MENTION. Honey at Smith & Rowntree's Tho fall fights opened up this week. Charcoal at. Smith '& Rown tree's. ) L. C. Corley came in Friday from Okmulgee I. T. Roll herring and mackeral fresh at W. G. Smith's. Born, to Mr. and MrsV G, Voight Sunday, a girl. Swift's Premium lard Jat Smith & Rowntree's. S. S. Summers visited friends in Georgetown Sunday. J. R. Mounger attended county court at Belton this weok. Harry Ko'loy will attend school at Georgetown this year. Yellow tickets indicate a big saving, 15 to 22 at Walton's. W. P. Powell left Monday af- ternoon on a business trip. Henry Doering, of Walburg was hero Monday on business....

Publication Title: Bartlett Tribune, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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