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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 11 September 1903

' "WyTTf " 'TJf-ri ? g , rv r - -rSf t ' "t-Tifc vvlftfV f ;: ' (Plljff '"" W ' W" WM.t ,ws I" "tf("y SIF''TIEW"' ,4. f ?a SjMr ft I- i Ul i 1 WOOOOCOOOOOOOOCOOO' '"XXX)OOOOOOOOOOOOOOCX900000000CO You will novor knowjust how good ouv Cold ' Drinks are until you havo tried them. Do so todav. v 4C You will never know just how good our. Cold '" Brinks arc until you havo tried them. Do so today. - You will novor knowjust how good our Cold Drinks are until you have tried them. Do' so today. You will never know justhow good our Cold Drinks are until you have tried them, Do so toda'. You will never know justhow good our.Cold Drinks are until ypu have triod them. Do so todav. You will riever know justhow good our Cold Drinks are until you have tried them. Do so today. r'v n - ,. , C. S Moores 9000CXXOOOCXXXXXSOOOOOOOOOOeOOOOOOCKXS300CXXJOCKK)OOOOC Tri-County News. Much now corn is being brought to town now. i It sells at 35 cents ,per bushel. Rogers News. Mr. Sam Hall, with his family, Svho...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 11 September 1903

fi jft V fi y t ft i ' ! "' & .V g lwr s ;. Stf r !& B ? I I 'A f ( '( M,ie Local Mention. j Start the ohildern to sohool. R B Moore', of Althoa, was in town yostorday Born, to Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Hairaton, yesterday, a boy. Miss May Paoe left Monday for Son Marcos to enter the Informal, S D Grizzlo of Prairie Doll, was in town yestorday trading. Mr and Mrs. C. C. Clark are at Althea to see J H Ford, who is quite sick. Mr. and Mrs A J Rogers' daughters left this week for Bel- ton to enter school. Highest price paid for groon hides by J. R. Nixon, at West Side meat market. Mrs. E.,C. Haeber and child left yosterday for Lookhart to see relatives and friends., Rudolph Garbort, of Austin county, is hero on a visit to Frank Krause and family. The onrollemont of students in the school Monday was 65. It is expected to reach 100 pupils du- ring the month. J. M. Copoland, who lately sold his farm to T. P. Robinson, has bought a farm near Rogers and will move there tho latter part of t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 18 September 1903

' t fflWWf ' TTf WVf " a, gflhe R. F. CATES, Editor. BARTLETT, TEXAS, SEPT.18, 1903. VOL. XVIll, NO. 22 , ff?!!!f!ff!H?!?!f?!m?!!!!!!H CSfO' 'M'tt'mJUJMttlMSltnjMU! S ll!tttt!SMMtlltttttlMllttt!! .. Mr'-TS gfctttMf gnbime. l" Sa t It Club Prizes. 1st Prize $1.00 2d " .75 3d " .50 4th " 2 pr. Black Cat Hose- 5th " 1 pr. Black Cat Hose. THE ANNUAL DISPLAY AND SCHOOL SALE OF BLACK CAT HOSIERY J i 4 I- ?te 1? -, ft ' H Always an event in the Hosiery selling of this store, and always of great interest to mothers, boys and girls who know Black Cat Stockingsfirst in wear best in quality and always fast in color. A Special Feature is the Contest of the Black Cat Publicity Club- A Black Cat idea for interesting the youngster in the goodness of Black Cat Stockings. The children are concerned deeply concerned in the comfort, wear, color and quailty of their hosiery. The Publicity Club is going to make this clear to them and furnish interesting and profitable diversion for their leisure hours w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 18 September 1903

?r"WW?fciUp ijvsw mpifi ", -"&to;ifiri -i w, !S JjB,'"1'!y35WSW" " ?'iw g V V' 1 .', - ." i vafrriwnw i MinjwwiwmffrMnT ,Wl.lJBtllWMWIPlmFJLl i I ' '"' Iff 1) I J t; J ,' ' P7 n V if ? I" '! ff .Fall Suits Here's a FOR "EARLY BIRDS." Our how suits aro arriving daily and, while- it may bo a lit-1 tie too soon to mothball tho summer suit, still it's none too soon to mako your selection of a smart and snappy suit tor fall and g winter wear. There's e dash that will mako a man. A largo range in p.iices nincr nlnne hv nnsv ftt.pms UD fair oco, with a guarantee of WANT IT" attached to every suit. The SwelleSt out in New! . New Fail Ties. flatthews Bros Temple, OOO''' BARTLETT TRIBUNE' R. F. Cates Editor $ Prop. 9 Entsrad as second class mail matter at Uia Bartlett postofflce, jjocnl notices 8 1-3 cts. per lino for each "aertion. jill advertisements continued un- ordered out unless otherwise upeciflod. Terms One Dollar a Year The Florence Vidette is still very confident that a railroad...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 18 September 1903

w fc-i ?"! SH ' r' C. GSfflC 1tv l W Grand Exhibition New Fall Gds. ' IC-' 14' . s fe I. In k!vJ.-- fe ; r u K.9P. J V. a-. . ST' St' (, '-ft .'V fi. xv .x mj rv-- Not a lot of cheap, trashy stuff to be sold for a song, but good reliable Merchandise at Prices that are willing to pay. We are striving all the time to improve our business and it is being gradually done by raising the standard from Good to Better. Quality Is Jft. ML. artfif M. trn& MAM. MA Us - To be the leading Dry Goods House in Bartlett and Granger. Our prices do the business. No matter what price, . if quality counts, We have it for Less. Come and see. LESLIE &LINDSEY, BARTLETT. GRANGER. 5 4-t wwwwwwwmnwfHHmwwM(i)0wmw BARTLETT TRIBUNE A. F. Gates Editor Sir Prop. Entorod as second class. mall matter at tli6 Bartlett posto'fllco, Local notices 8 1-3 cts. per lino for each sortlon. Ail advertisements continued un- ordored out unless othcrwiso specified. "' Terms One Dollar a, Year Riches adorn a house and vir-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 18 September 1903

r'f. -- -wV- V ' ' H1 i?3 j s - f ' - j r B nlplli siw will ill mm? wiP feigns B Hundreds of Bargains have gone out from our store this week, and hundreds more yet to go.. cim& pmd cr&t vrbiir shre while vrwi ran ?sv mrmftv -H- r I-J Ji -CF- vu. A A 3 w b T vw.-. .. - tt .a .-..-.w T -- an --... .a. w- T M. a. KJ' M. A. -t y . I Standard j , p ,. Attend WWfPI Don't Fail tO Attend Standard 1 Calicoes, OOH C k dll tO ALICJIU miffiWl . Calico I short lengths, ,Bi KWI5 SALE, l&m ffj,OOM: EW1 SA3LI3 short lengths, I WaSS5C I neflnS m0fiey SaVed' WWmM MeanS m0"ey SaVSd" ' WandP6 5C j ; - - "THE NEW CASH STORE."- " j "VV -?" JS," jgMtfjgfta X 1 i

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 18 September 1903

Pvmmmw n ' ?! ' m' A 4 'w'''!? W ' 1 Iff a- ' i l .? v, - Ik ! in W'A w IV.V Nr V 111 a $ . 300 s Ladies' Shoes and Slip pers from 50c to $1.00 per pair, sizes from 3 to 4 12, at W. P. Holland's, A64 RAILROAD TIME TABLE. Day train South 2:48 p. m. Day train North 2:17 p. m. Night train South 12:16 n. m. Night train North 4:23 a. m. LOCAL MENTION. Read the Tribune. Car Michigan Salt at W. G. Smith's. Dr. Wolf went to Granger this week. Charcoal at Smith & Rown- tree's. Alfred Robbins went to Waco Sunday. Rev. BtU preached at Pecan Sunday. The "modicine man" was here 'this week. ' Sweet ootatoes at Smith & Rowntrec's. W. T. Payne, of Laneport. was in town Monday. R P Barr, of Laneport, was here Monday with cotton. Roll herring and mackeral fresh at W. G. Smith's, Mr. Don Quesenberry returned Monday from Gatesville. Swift's Premium lard" at Smith & Rcwntree's. Wm. Treuhardt went 10 Waco Tuesday on business. Born, to Chas. Womaok and wife, a boy. Car new White Wave flour jus...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 18 September 1903

wmwmw'h W mtef'i -y z "7; -j a i MttittWumin ;"!pi tf7vv ' t -vymrm Iv W i V B l IfcP " fr" K T Y f H IJV V ID. k- t .V 'St4 m u.r. ltd -. P v V,V m j a IP- A Tt-r P-4 I' Big Court Business. Last week a big one in William- son county court. About $3000 has been assessed in fines. On Thursday Judge Wilcox assessed $2600 iji fines on pleas of guilty. These cases grew out of indict- ments returned by the last grand jury against persons in Taylor for pursuing occupations without lic enses. The docket is still very heavv. containincr over two luin dered criminal cases. A Remarkable Record. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has a remarkable record. It has been in use for over thirty years, during which time many million bottles have been sold and used. It has long been the standard and main reliance in the treatment ol croup in thousands of homes, yet burinc all this time no case has ever it failed to effect a cure. When given as soon as the child becomes hoarse or event as soon as the croupy co...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 18 September 1903

n t r,- '!mrKrffryTr"tfsm-' ,y 'irv fT, (- 1 1 SWffSKftM"' .'.('ft- ,'f V OOOOOOOOOCOOOOOOOCi I1 " You will novor knowjust Drinks aro until you Do so today. Ypu will novor know just Drinks aro until you Do so today. You will never knowjust Drinks aro until you Do so today. You will novor know just Drinks aro until you Do so today. You will novor know just Drinks aro until you Do so todav. You will novor know just Drinks aro until you Do so toda C. S Moores o qO(XiOQOQOOttQGO(XXSOOXyQQGGOQQXttG000050CXQQQQQQQQQQO Tri-County News. The next annual meeting of the Salado Missionary Baptist Asso ciaton will be held at Rogers next August. The trustees of the Salado public free schbol have elected Prof. W. H.Reid, of Belton, Sup- erintendent of the school there. Cameron, Tex., Sept. 13. Jus- tide Lankford fined George Gib- son, colored, S25 yesterday upon ploa of guil'y of selling whiskey to a habitual drunkard. Jeff Nenbitt, a farmar of the Salem community near Cameron, was recently bitten...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 18 September 1903

JVJWjTI" , , s o" ' s v fl I' ,-., r ' " f (V s fc V s IP? h" .' r r h' ft Local Mention. L. P. Newton visited in Taylor Monday. ' " Miss Lizzie Daniels is on the sick list. V. G. Whitlow visited Gran- ger Tuesday. Only four more days of tho Big Loom End Salo. Miss Anna Volto lias recovered from her illness. , Miss Louiso Marquarett yisited at Althea last week. LotB of bargains yet at Wal- ton's Eig Loom End Sale. Dr. Yarbrough, of Little River, visited in Bartlett yesterday. Miss Etoyle Jones, of Granger, visitod friends hero Wednesday. 'Henry Bohrons, of Walburg, marketed cotcon in Bartlett Wed- nesday. J. V. Morris Esq. has moved his law office into thePac& build- ing, up-stairs. Mrs. A. B. Webb, of West, vis- ited Capt. J. R. Shults and fam- ily this week. Misses May and Carrie Denson visited their sister, Mrs. Stanton Allen this week. Thousands of yards of Calico at 2 l-2c a yard at Walton's Big Loom End Sale. Miss Tillie Wright left this week for Dallas, where she will rem...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 25 September 1903

i I ? J I c& JBartMt RF. CATES, Editor. BARTLETT, TEXAS, SEPT.25, 1903. VOL. XVIII. NO. 23 ate && ll I I' WW riTOiif. f hK'-V '-' Ui ! ' s ' ! ? ' ' : ' ' : : ' J : t ? : 1 1 1 ; t : : f ' s t : : : t : 1 1 : r : : : s : : : : I Ml..:' ' "' -,.. I THIS PAGE OF BARGAINS I.. ' I: Shows how your, money will exoand if expendea at our store during this sale. Your Z: ' dollars will have a wonderful purchasing power. Special reductions and prices given. Dress Fabrics First Showing. A. complete stock of New Dress Goods which in value, firmness and econo- my were never equalled in this town. The new colors such as Ilavanna Brown and Champagne are to bo found here. , Broadoloth, 52 in, wide 1.50, 1.25, - 85 Zibelines, " " worth 1.25, Our Price , 1.00 Prunella Vigeroux, 52 in. wide, all popular colors 1.00 Silk Mohair, 48" " black and blue, 05, 75, 85, 1.00 Tricots, 28 ' " Solid colors, worth 35o our price 27 1-2, 25c Fancies, 29 in wide, a good line of colors, sold at 20c our pric...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 25 September 1903

n ... ."l5 Mi-"- c "V , , VwjflVi. .. ' m vwWSjr' - ; ,.v ' ,, s - - lo i " IS n Ftf $'Y . t . w. ?" ,?. . h'' t V ?-i, i ' V i X .. If" i hi. i' . IV' V r y his. b .' v t? ') 1 lli' lv . IV w r. Uj E. V. - r; , fih. ?-v ''is "i N -f i-"' k . t; frfe.4, 'A W in n , .Fall Here's a Pointer FOR "EARLY BIRDS." fliii now Qinfa nro nrnivtrirr fliitr.nnr1 while, if- mm Vsn n 151-. do too soon to mothball tbe summer suit, still it's nono too soon : to make your selection of a smart and snappy suit for fall and - winter wear. There's p dash and awinn- tn nur nnw fnll Riiilq that will make a man. Glad He's A largo range in prices The Swellest . ning along Dy easy steps up to $Zb.UU. l'Jverv price a J fair OLe, with a guarantee of 'MONEY BACK IF YOU $ WANT IT" attached to every suit. Pall Hats, New Fall Shirts! New Fall Ties. flatthews Bros! Temple - 0fr000 BARTLETT TRIBUNE R. F. Cates Editor & Prov. ... ... ' - - - Entsrad as second class mail matter at UfUblUkb JUfikUUlU, ' ""S'JJS&J...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 25 September 1903

tfffz&FWFtHWf ,l,. . -K K iW Ja - U ,V ' V, tr7X.T'-," '" ----'- Vjfeeftl J '.',.. V" ., 8Mv !;,( - " ;, . . . 'i jfeP:. Why Not Come to Temple l o Do Your Fall Trading ? The iVlcCelveV Store Pays Ra'lroad Fare both ways on purchases amounting to $15.00 v The ricCelveV Store Guarantees to save you from 15 to 25 per cent on every Item you buy r' The iVicCelveV Store Pavs the exPress charges on every purchase amounting to $5.00 Th ycCjPlxrp-r QfotV Has the latest styles and newest ideas in Fall Fashions, and also the I file Hivci vcy OLUl c iargest and most complete and well assorted stocks of ri: UA ?";:. wv ;j -, !' .1. j "i-. i.' ),tfv i&p;?'''! P1 :u v, T' e t m&: ft ... T ."I BCck,V. 'W ', i' V.-'"' rt tlft' ,iW, Rf-j't' 14 ' ... nH1 Jff :. : tf : '"r mjv 'i - (, I ' , WA'i i iTy, : . .. i- - k . iSSi..-. I k. ? . & on V. i ISK: -it ', wis A - ' U4W BftrV. . cAv aws XX &) m V. SA: . y & sv H" hi', V yv ' L.V , Jt li' 1. 1? a 'Id''- -Tf VF? jka ' wjk-- ??:-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 25 September 1903

!) .iV 4 lrf S3 V' V " - v Grand Exhibition New F&H Goods. : Not a lot of cheap, trashy stuff to be sold for a song, but good reliable Merchandise at Prices that are willing to pay. We are striving all the time to improve our business and -..,' . Os ?, jjgSftf. & r 6' t s VSt r. & i a--" 'T' Ktf i K if iii' . p. " J.' -s .. ! Kf fy Z & . , J ' h w ' ., a $ Hi" ' it is being gradually done by raising the standard from Good to Better. . i ' Quality Is H eliniriCT iJii lei Us - t fo be the leading Dry Goods House in Bartlett and Granger. Our prices do the business. No matter what price, Less. Come and see. if quality counts, We have it .! . 7 LESLIE & LINDSEY, r'J'' BARTLETT. x GRANGER. ? S3Vtt hlV .4 iH;'f v yw3 BARTLETT TRIBUNE R. F. Gates Editor Prop. Kntarad as second class mail matter at tlm Bartlett postofflco, v iwual-notlces 8.1-3 cts. per line for each tartlon. lill advertisements continued un- ordored out unless otherwise specified. TerriZsOrie Dollar a Ye...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 25 September 1903

- v TT- 3 ' 1 m7 :t 'I ft Jlri f n hy.-tsf in '-? r- ii i .' f ,.,-. f ' y . v . IS. D , ' a i 5 i,J. fe&r ' W7 L l wv r .. .SSI ISC Wt ' V Klj-v" L" T s SkVt s M Jf 4 ., 6 B' V; '. "& r.v . . , " 1- itf V p A S. H. . 11 9f E, - r . lU. 1 ..Fall - OUR OPENING SALE. -1903.. i FOR FALL OF 1903 Was a Great success as evidenced by the crowds that have filled our store for the past ten days. " our many friends for their" hearty response, and hope to see them again. To those who did not get to wish to announce that r v .... Loom End Prices Still Prevail . On many items listed in our big circular. We are loaded down with New Fall Mer- chandise of every description merchandise, that is up-to-date brands that are reliable, can always be found at the New Cash store. FALL HATS. . ,Wo have the sole right of sale for the SHIELDS HAT. Sold on positive guar- antee. Styles are absolutely correct. Call and see them. We all special attention to our Millinery Department. No need of your pilgri...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 25 September 1903

t y itf .7. J BV .Real Estate.. Bargains.. a1 A4W4 t &f GOME AND SEE!! , ?. ;m it 1 7, ? ' 4.' . What's What in Suits This Fall?' 300 -WMtoi Y J-l 1 rcs A rkd A K l ' 'w E& Erf " r 1 J.W '. ! AJ- . fc. . sr ij E&t T w. , ftr. ft'. s; 1L . '& J ' SI''--' v rt JSXJti,jj ' im r F W -v - The new garments are here waiting for you. If you want to looV better than you over did before, wo have the New Fall Suit to give you that effect. Set your Figures at 'One Third less than the Made to Order And wo will furnish better styles better all round satisfaction. Costs only your time to test this proposition No charge hero for posting you up-to-date. Suits at 8.50, 10.00, 0.50, i3-5 15-00, 16.50, 18.50, 20.00 and $22.50, And satisfaction at every price. Money re- funded if you are not satisfied. We carry everything: in Boys' and Youths' Clothing- from $1.50 to $15.00. "Get the JHabit" and come to Bently-Bass Company, The Popular Clothing House of Temple. Prisoners Escape. Taylor, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 25 September 1903

piP 1, . f if ' tj ' 'U . t I , V&K'Vi rtr , r fs- J', & 3" Wl. I-S3 f ,1' M it mt. W2it Vr &. '" ft '&.$ ' vifeleii kin i V n M I . ?. w J r '&,. lv 4. wh R i t r I - 'K T AyGGQOQOQQOOQCKXXjC&OGQQOOOQOQQQQQOOQOQOQQOOOp . ' . ?t You will novor knowjUst 't hxjuiins uiu mini yu t 'Pp sq today. i ....j,iif x ' : v 'Uft1 H1' . V toWnks are until you Do so today. 44 .J !'- .il hr ! You will novor know iuBt how irood our Cold v You' will never know just how good our' Cold "Djrinlcs aro until you havev tried them. .l" D.'o so. today. You will never know just how good our Cold Drinks, aro -until "you have tried them,- Do so today. You will never know just how good our Cold Drinks are until you have tried them. Do-so' todav. You will never know just how good our Cold Drinks aro until you have tried thorn. Do so today. the People's C. S Moores ,000OOOOOOOOOCOOOOOCXXXXX30000000(XXXX)OOOOCKJOOOOX00 . AMONG THE PIONEERS. ftarv. ;'.., ... .,. .... .,., 0.. ?c;i t v -uuuiai...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 25 September 1903

V ," B-VM"- .' :i' .? Y) 1? jLi Local Mention. T Dan Qu&Bonberry has returned tovQato8viie.' "J(A Jones; of Holland, waa x Jiero this week. . .. A' .New Goods and Low i'f' M ' - 4. 'Xt M The Buokhorn saloon has changed'hands again. .. Prices are Here. '' Otto Voigt.waa among tho new subscribers this wook. L "E.'Miersch, of Behrnvillo, was Otiuro Tuesday trading. -.- 'm P'fi . t."y, A. i -h'f.',. s- Houglas Stom visited rola'iv68 j., i y.t ' Y ' - P n -9 .- V . ;' .?, WS.TSW Ki:f W 6tV Rl" Kk(" Fill . Irss 11 J. & t 15 5 . ?," V F i 5;-.. ... . ;- .ft" ES" "J - ;,ir. &! 'h- r .. W?'. T5-1 &' ,.f ,w s: n I,'". ! ' fuV i a.t Granger this week. 111'. M. Wilson went to George- town.Monday on business. Mr. Young of near Corn Hill, was in (own Tuesday trading. Mr. Pruett and family, of Da- villa, wore shopping Monday. V. N. Moore, of Salado, was in town Saturday on business. Two of Rev. Hempel's daugh- ters left this week for Denton to attend school. J. D. JE-Iowitt, of Don...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 2 October 1903

r'T t fkrtljeft riJbmtf M,- R'- r ;-j; 0 'A' . tf RF.CATES, Editor. BARTLETT, TEXAS, OCT. 2, 1903. VOL. XVI11, NO. 24 K.: ft:tt,t:tttttttttttt:tttt:;tt:t:t : t::tt::!::ffs:j:::!:t:s:tj::j: :,., ;:.. Kfr .-. t " V ' .- v?l. Have You Read Our CIRCULAR You Have not, Read it Today It will tell you the reason why we can sell you goods cheaper than any House in'Bartlett. It is a plain heart to heart" talk, giving you prices on goods such as you never had before.- can in almost-every item. ,"i. Cr save you money' on your Fall Bill - J . JLV1 r 1 X XZj IN ' "). . , i -". ' - . V r - - M ... a e r a M Don't Forget. i That we have been Cotton Factors for over 30 years and ihal our. Senior continues to give his personal attention to eve y ; detail of our cotton business. That we own the largest compress and the most extensive and best equipped warehouses in the South, enabling us to have ,. direct supervision over every bale of cotton from the time we Irpceive it until we-aell it. Tuac our pus...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 2 October 1903

t r 'f l 'XVr " " i.. r "w A t ,t 7 tt i' a'H f w ft O 1 1 fclO ? - fev ; t . '' . :sv I.': " !. "V (S . - ... ... A AA A-kAA AAAAAAA.A .aaaaaaaaa 1! i: y 1 i : - quality l This is ono of the biggest word wo know any- thing about a word that wo are careful never to overlook in our purchases. QUALITY in Ma- terial, QUALITY in Workmanship, QUALITY, in Style, QUALITY in finish Do not allow! yourself to bo caught with unreliable clothes i post yourself on ' : : ? i Quality! Como to our store and we will do our bes to show you we know of no better place, you will; seo it 'in Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Furnishings.! Suits. 7.50 and up; Shoes, 1 50 and up; Hats 1.00 and up. New Goods opening up every day now. Go to Circus Free. A ticket given with every purchase of $10.00; and over. Call to see us at our now store Op-; posito Temple National Bank. i iflatthews Bros t Temple, BARTLETT TRIBUNE ! R. F. Gates Editor Prop. Entered as second class mall matter at tlie Bartlett postoffico. Local no...

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