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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 2 October 1903

V ..V ijm 5 ? ; ,V r t t f . V " r, iM li, ' Vi, ,J"tfc.V. aF u'fiV l Vi"' r 'M - hff 1'. I 'f I-', . KP.Jfar.. ffe &p, iv. $-- j ?k.M i'" a' .), f .. !o 'J swT.l t.M &;;w V(J i ;;!" XV r rSf.-. &K mn WA' -. m w 5 M k m w ?K &'. Make the "McCelvey Store".. TOUR HEADQUARTERS CIRCUS DAY. We've olanned to entertain you royally with the Greatest CLOTHING SALE Ever Inaugurated in Temple. Though you, do not expect to attend the Circus, it will pay you to come to Temple simply to take advantage of this most unusual and remarkable Clothing Sale. We propose to sell 25 Bartlett men their fall and winter suit Circus Day, and are going to pay 25 railroad fares to and from Bartlett and Temple. REMEMBER, too. wo guranteo to save you 15 to 25 per cent on ovory item you buy. Don't take our word for it, Come and see for yourself and be convinced that McCELVEY'S IS TEMPLE'S LOWEST PKICE Storo. Note these remarkable reductions' opportu' 25 odd coats and vests, woth double and triple th...

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

. v s W. O '. c I U Ik 5s ft" If It I 'u if;: J ." ft , i - M tft 1 r- J M44 at . LESLIE & LINDSEY. FALL 1903 c L O T H I N G Facts: .f STYLE makes Trade, QUALITY holds it. Both will be yours if we Sell you your Fall Suit. Suits $3.50 to $18.00 -- ' ,s 4k s r I , J J - J , ' , J. I f! i F ,m ' X ' ' v Y f ' ; . t - 3 . : ' $h i ' 1 ' i v' - - i " - I A -u. QUALITY a. t ff"1 f t At 'h' Xa fU 4 a l 1 XV -it 1 , Tk-'vJ BARTLETT TRIBUNE R. F. Gates Editor $ Prop- EntsrBil as second class mail matter at Bartlctt postofflco. the Liuiatl notices 8 1-3 cts. per lino for each "wrfion. jlll advertisements continued un- ordered out unless otherwise specified. .1 Terms One Dollar a Year Jack Miller, an aged and high ly respected citizen, died at his home near Liberty Hill Tuesday. , Before long the prospective candidate will throw off his mod- esty and tell the people what county or city office he wants. It oan be depended upon that the campaign for county offices in both Williamson and Bel...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 2 October 1903

iffi''v'Wi,f-i'" ff'(jT""iprwwpJfqjfi'- A"5 1'-,1'!'1T?'"!?t X liSSBSSS X- i t i wicAjetMteMrfm . TV- k,M ,iV ( A - rv JS If, .' " t ffl fc-.,... r . . it-1 ' t f? ..SOMETHING :-: SPECIAL FOR NEXT WEEK. Beginning Monday we place n sale the following exce'p tional bargains while they last: A Bi' " B., i' - 7,X J "Vi, l 1. -v I . u- (if;, x $3k ;.W,j.i' iiJfSJi ' n. Rw Kfel" ' lilt r &r - y- kj &w 'V.fc w '& u "I- ( ..A.. ' 5a. j'o k- 'M PC. , "S x V " n ;- lit lr lr I" ... ,"- 1 i 1 rv . ; n ' - " i; , h. - . iVis - P K'V , U ' It ft l-w N. v W. t 7C Bleached Domestic Other Specials Not Mentioned. TO THE LADIES: We cordially invite you to attend our G-rand Opening of FA!LIi MIIjJLINJERY, Wednesday, October 7. Cosne' and ee the new est creations in ladies, misses and children's headwear. You're welcome whether purchaser or not. W. J..r-ri-tPT-TTHiwffM-'"mmirm Dr. T alley, oculist, of Georgetown, will be in Bartlett Oct. 8 and 9. LOCAL MENTION. Mrs. Adolph Guenzol is sick. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 2 October 1903

f : , .. A ' i "- ? b BC--.I . M, ; If: fc. . II . I Hi 1 ISP h 9! " & St I? Rfc - .'. ' HY. ., sa ft f V Mi , ST, rir- ? ..? K' "FREE PASS" to Temple and Return. Never before in Temple's history was there such a Stock of goods heaped up under one roof, as you will find at the "Mississippi Store," (Over One Hundred Thousand Dollar Stock.) Our Combiuation of Sixteen Stores bought this season over One-half a Million Dollars worth of Merchandise, Paying Spot Cash, consequently wo can sell our goods at prices our competitors pay for theirs and make money. So come to Temple and make your Fall Bill with us, We pay your R. R. This is our Fare paid I ..... vvc fjay y This S 5.00 Purchase, 5.00 5.00 10.00 " 10.00 10.00 10.00 15.00 15.00 20.00 30.00 " 5.00 " 5 00 10.00 10.00 10.00 " 12.50 " 15.00 " MISSISSIPPI Temple, Tex. Why Not the U-range? Salado, Texas, Sept.. 21, '903. July 1873, Salado Grange No. 1 was organized. October 1873 the State Grange was organized in Dallas, Texas. The far...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 2 October 1903

M, S3 ti ''f H' V .-W t- JVi-7. J'i m " "ill SS - M 't ,f v &...,. if rr ,w . ll All1' it-;', p tt 1V. WW -ff,8 I a tiVAv m MW tl-fiUJ . mm :- L-vTa- P':s3h yrr-: M R.U. r?u miTb mm "Z Kfi.-J'Vi . rv - v lv . 11, ' IS ,i ' l-t rt . fry; .M . m , 7 S--6 xxxxxxxxoocKoooogooooooocoooooooooooooooooo ',vYq,U will novor knowjust how good our Cold rDrinks are until you havo tried thom. iD"6 so today. You will'novor know just how good our Cold Drinks aro until you havo tried thom. J)6 so today. in Vi -. "rf V You will never knowjust how good our Cold Drinks aro until you, havo tried thom. Do so today. '.''! P You will never knowjusthow good our Cold Drinks are until you have tried them, Do so today. ' 'i j. W" I. You will novor know just how good our Cold Drinks are until you havo tried them. Do so todav. You will novor knowjusthow good our Cold Drinks are until you have tried, them. Do so today. The People C. S Moores Prop'r. 9CXXKCX5XXK50CKXCKXXXX0 ' Prom Western Texas. J. Editor Thid...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 2 October 1903

'& fi V iff r r-w fcr.-Jt- . ;y- I-""' r- litf.. ' '(' . h If 4 & - JW StV w fe I?' Kt ; bjjji IT & i'. ay - v h Local Mention Meet mc at1 the Nickel Store. Honey at Smith & R owntrce's ' The gins aro running on time new. - Tom Scott, of Bolton, was hore yesterday. ', The oil rrlill commenced, opera- i iiofts Monduy. V. P. Powell returned Monday from Austin. Born, to Mr. , and Mrs. Ed Lynch, a boy. ' - . o!)on't fail to attend Walton's Millinery opening. "" Copo Rister, of Davilla left last Tuesday for Abilene. , Bob Clark left this week for .'Dallas' to attend school. Willie jTamous, of Temple, vis- ited relatives here this week. '-. Read the Tribune ads and trade with whoever you choose. R. F. Poynor, of Belton, vis- ited hiB parents hero Sunday. C. T. Beckharri, 6f Oenaville, was hero Saturday on business. xi. d. Jtotuer, or Temple, vis- ited Frank Junak and family this ffeeK. Mr. and Mrs. John Vaughan visited Mr. and Mrs? H. E. Allen -Sunday. Mrs. J. L. Bailey of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 9 October 1903

liVrvv' t- a v il: ;i :-:-':y "V . jt M t$i 'I jFf, CXXES, Editor. BARTLETT, TEXAS, OCT. 9, 1903. VOL. XVill, NO. 25 . . , ? - H .ittipniffiiiimffi )u,? :l!isit::tj:is::t::ts;tf::st!: : ::t:t:::t:tris:tt!:t:t!s:t::tttt :... s M ..: V...I , ti M1 Sii' jJaBsssW. f ' fr ffittfUett fitetm fcftfSrf IV 'Ji'l ( . " I'l j. s! u t-. i!A -t.yll' ?' K3. .v , k::: '5 . 4 1 (... ' i ! (,'l'I ! ' tf ia... . .'. ' ' ', ', ,J !... V v "., ft,-"'1 it . i'.'I !. ;' V ... ' ! v ?:; . J;! ( I tBBl'"J09J'fXJ? Inn? Buy him a good, snug-fitting suit that is up to date and it will be his greatest pleasure, !t will make him feel proud and manly. If you want to geta suit that will combine Quality and Low- ness of Price, let us Show You a "BANNER SUIT." Rightly made and honestly sold. Our selection of Youths' and Children's Clothing stands unex- celled in Bartlett. We don't confine you to choose from a few suits but show you a complete line. , -'? vao... "1 ! '.ffi )' , -, i'N f( r J-Vl . ij! ,,,'! . ' : -. ;...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 9 October 1903

t,7 y "' it it .. hii . rm OS i(,a ; ;'tn ill m, 1 ii. ' B5 . t KCv .' K.?' r i.;: u ' ".' tf H '..-V'' , I-. ,. F-1' s ,k .' &.' irf; " p :' i .r . " ( ' i ;" '. v, Ii ' , P, Vi, :.?i , E ' &.' " Bt". v , o S 'f f- ' l- P-' f!. YOU ARE To visit us at our now store and inspect our showing of now fall Suits, Hats, Shoe and Haberdashery. We have never been able to show a prettier or better selected line of mens wearables. What Makes Trade? It's the -pleased customer telling his friends - where he was treated right and where his money was well spent. Wo treat our pa- . trons fairly, give them scripture measure for their money and guaranteo every ar- ' - tide wo soil. One tells another and so our business grows. Come to us for the best and you'll find- Prices Right. 5 ! I aTemple. O BARTLETT TRIBUNE R. F. Gates Editor Pi-op. M 'I -Til I I . Entorad as second class mail matter at tlia Bttrtlett postoffice, Luual notices 8 1-3 cts. per lino for each -jsertion. .Ail advertisements ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 9 October 1903

wf: f ' ' r. r, l Hi j '" " v- . W7 " t U " $' .. f"f-f k em IPWM ,! ,( i!i m: i. "WK"P ' ,i 7-1,1 y '.-'.' ,. ' v 'HIS ' " . ,-JC .' ,J!$ ft? B1I. "V Bfcw' V , t ,' '- C its- t-Sk.' fvv , 1 Y l-?v.. '.- rJ , , a '- ' 'V iv Lsr. l! ,-fc i i-i A- rlV t rt 1 r .' n:vii m r1 ' .''. tWt t it si ' : ....MUE ALf IMPORTANT QUESTION OF.... Where r - .- Naturally arises in the minds of intelligent people at - season of the year. Wait for the big circular Don't make a mistake and buy until and how" we can sell our goods 15 to than any other store in Bell County. f. "jiMts. Matilda, May died at Le- Mrs. Herman Voight, of Taylor died tfi the hospital in Austin Friday. ( I J. M. Jarrell, the big merchant or Granger, is at Galveston for medical treatment. Z. A. Mojre and family have moved from Rogers to Holland, their future home. P. B. Madison, Esq., of Rogers will locate at Rosebud for the practice of law. ' Jesse Hancock, of -Corn Hill, ,had the misfortune to get his arm broken recently. R. N....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 9 October 1903

Hfi' ' i H Itl . it W hi" p. J ; W ftV l& h" ft i,!" X, U. ' Ti " W Ife - Lr, 11; , r SviV. El i ,u w I 20 Days at Leslie & Lindsey'sl ? BEGINS Saturday, October 10, ENDS Tuesday, November isf Bargains for All in Big and Little Things & n vi.V 1" V, This is not a Mill Remnant, nor End of Season Clearance Sale, but a Genuine Bargain Sale of fresh clean goods. Not a lot of cheap goods, but good goods cheap. It is our aim to make merchandise from this house so unquestionably worth the price asked. That when a customer buys here once he will be an advertisement for us in the future. This is a good time to make your fall bills. Your money back if not satisfied. ' ' r I 1 Ladies' Apparel. Ulk. Shim Silk Underskirts with deep rufllo worth 1.25, Uarguin Trico Blk. Imported French Satin, double ruffled worth 2.00, Bargain Prico Ladies' Muslin Drawers, wortli 40c, Salo price Mu'lin Qarons, neatly trimmed, well worth 1.00 for Muslin Underskirts worth 1.25 at : Under Vfsl and Drawer...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 9 October 1903

I) If J-l .11. 75!(?3 T J. W train if $ ?$&' Py Mfl ,WJM '""! ",' "HNS ' : Iflrhl UMb RAILtlQAO TiM TABLc. Bouth.i.M .....2:43 p. m. ortl)...',,..,...u, ..2tl7 p. m. yWWlit'lntfii o(th.,.l.l.... 12ilS n. m. jjf ' Kieijl tfflb HdHii u 4i23 n. m $ ITOCAL 'MENTION. i ' Mri Ed Rowntroo was on tho 1 0-tV jAtyk het this Weok. ifeMSomething new in candy at VV. frG. Smjjh's. if.'E. Pietzsuruis aeain in the TlAP '.f --. i. . - J '-b'' .' .1 1.' IJirtt.tfliilt in itwhtn V54. , u.jlj. i, ii;u.3vuti3 ivum ' 'f market buying cott6n , (t-.'J ! .T 4-M-l-M-!-M-M-lH-:MW-M-l . i'' t L , -Fresh Rutabagas and cabbage at Wt G. Smith's eyery day. , Bi Kollman mado a business trip to San Antonio Saturday. ? '' K Try W. G. Smith's new maple 'jff '. ' ' N. Milhouso wont to Temple V, V? 'J Wednesday on business. if siii, 1 v Nothing but the best groceries Mrs A. C. P. Schmidt is reported to be some better. Mr. and Mrs. Blanton, of Killeenj ' are visiting Mrs. Kuykendall. Try new Cream Crisp candy at W. G...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 9 October 1903

";; .- . ii tt V M ,'-. r. : ft .- F r k 3 5.n s f 5 fr .&; ' , &r. tfK .. i I f "Ladies' MAN - TAILORED -Oil! Iba SOITS that fit well SUITS that have stylo SUITS that soil readily SUITS at popular prices SUlTS-thathavetone and chic SUITS that are up to the minute Not sinco Temple has been a town; Bell, a coun- ty; or Texas a state has there been such an immense stock of Ladies' Tailor Suits shown in this part of the country. The buyers for our combination bought over Twenty-Thousand Dollars worth of La- dies' suits and now we are selling them at prices that know no competition. Our S10.00 suit, our competitor " 15.00 " ". " 20.00 " " " 25.00 " " " 7.50 " " 5.00 " " And so it goes. We Can and Do Sell Ours for what they have to pay for theirs. A glance at our counters will impel you to closer In- spection, and you will be full repaid to look them over in de- tail. They are selling very fast and before many days sizes will be broken. The longer you wait, the more chances you t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 9 October 1903

tFT '"TJTTX'pW'J't riJ' "WTET W!;l'iit';,'w iiipillj!?f "VfFlfffvrr rr' - 'Tf ir - M fv.f. (f- v 'ft,, ,x V" ,--.. Le .J . Y.isA Ml 0CK; v.'XXXXX00000000(X)XOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOC500000000 ' ' ,-' . ; &';You will never knowjust how good our Gold J'l; -vPrjnk8 nro until you havo tried thorn. v:t)6 so today -i1 ' You will never know just how good our Cold ; ' prinks ar'o-'until you have tried thorn. Do so tbday. You will never knowjust how good our Cold Drinks are until you havfe tried them. ' Do so today. fYou will never-kiiowjasL how good our Cold .-''Drinks, are -.until you have tried them, ,Do so today. 5 if You will nover know just how good our Cold Drinks are until you havo tried them. Do so todav. Ybu will never know just how good our Cold Drinks are until you have tried them. Do so today. e People's Drug store. C. S Moores 9CXX50000GOCXXX5CKXXGTOGGOe5000QCCK .. . Jiocal Mention. rt .-- Meet me at the Nickel Store. y ,& Bartlett continues to lead as a ?nL .cotton market. . ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 9 October 1903

WFk ' p I t I! m M s, Hi "'" " . te ,' KU' ' ' -ft ; rv, 'All r. j. "$ . v; f .j flfc 1. J-t,i 4 fe m m ft Hwt MX Uv 1E Rft BE tf IB i , 3 ' A? ft . IT. I '.' in .' v Ktt w. KM ifo ! I' f r, ' p. , I'Jv "Hj Local Mention. iMax Boy or is sick with fevor. Honey at Smith & Rowntree's. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Ware, a girl. Mr". J. M. Allon is on the sick list thts week. jAicas Rowntreo went to Tem- ple Monday. John, the son of C. Hempol, is convalescing. Ed Mitclnisson is clorking for Koopke & Brown. 0. I. Harris, of Georgetown, was in town Sunday. Miss Bertie Vunhuss, was report- ed sick this week. Dan MoKenzio shipped a lot of cattle to market Sunday, E. C. Sontag, of Davilla, was hero this week on business. Jas. W. Robertson of Corn Hill, was in Bartlett Tuesday. Mr3. L. A. Sanderson was re- ported to be sick this week. Mrs. W. N. Malono, of Althea, was on tho sick lis: this week. T. C. "Williams, of Corn Hill, was here this week on business. Frank Schaer, of Corn Hill, re- memb...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 16 October 1903

PtfUttt KV " . 1&-V. , u F r: FU R CATES, Editor. BARTLETT, TEXAS, OCT. 16, 1903. VOL. XVI11. NO. 26 Bat' -'j 'to i . . IPt.:;; '1'. I '& v, 'V J? .', TO' x, W ' Kr. " Not price. Makes a lower price ong ...-Read .. our Circular J s ", (fl ..',; MJ' VV fiT- Boll Weevil Question. . , The boll weevil lias made many farmers,' especially renters, put on .their studying caps. Hereto -s Jipve iShas, beea so that renters in VirTthe black land belt could act- jf' i ually make, more money by rent-f 'irig, this, f land afclr5 andl-4,thari they could on inferior land of iiheir own. .Nbw the boll yeeyjl naa, un&euiea a .yery saiisiactpry condition. No one believes that .the boll weevil will force the abandonment of cotton perma- . H noritlv, bufcimanv can not afiord J" very Ty'ell td wait till, an effectual -meqyor the pest is discovered l people could go out west and Tl-, 'QfnrA onMftAl lnnl A kY i et State school land on" thek ierips intende'd' by the law mak- 'V 'era. of; the stat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 16 October 1903

JS, urn iti ii ii i fin IIMAOWIM Mx&M.i&ttrxrmtT wwwmnni imhiw , V SpV V : $ t ' TO. S V" r h -Lr BV n .. .. IW-Vi" 1-, J. " s li-r 4 Is v . U j( fe. rtP V 1 l-f- i h TheGramercy "PIPPol jW rilsvSldrLJvQLilO more than his money calls w for a little more than he expects. We consider hist whims and pookot book. lie's pleased and ho can't! 1 lielp telling his frionds so thus tho good work goes on. JUST WHAT sHats, Shoes, Hatthews B-rosi Temple, Texas. 46e4004 C mmtm a 1 1 n m I , an BARTLETT TRIBUNE R. F. Gates Editor ft Prop. EntaraJ as second class mail matter at tha Bartlett postoffice, Lueal notices 8 1-3 cts. per line for each ssertlon. jiil advertisemonts continued un- ordered out unless- otherwise specified. Torms Ona Dollar a Tear Feweivlaws and more enforce- ment is what; the country needs. Don't think because the other fellow doesn't agree with you he is "doomed." A maa in. Val "Verde county had. to pay 845 the other day for killing three quail. Remember that all poll...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 16 October 1903

Kffi vWV li t ,. t HIPHIWH CM! . J JVw WA 1. ..Has Gone Forth,. 9 o v w fWtfy, I Eight Page Circular . . fii tja !sA r .; it 1. ,'V H'-t) :ft Wvt V 1'U tl. . .-s"t A' FS. ' i? .- r-: V ST ' t'H A . . Ifci v' LR. . '& hViV 4C l at ?i J if i fikH,t . Bfi 'ju' pVftl.lt iw? t" V"l .TT- in '.. Lfc T- my S-W'l w ratty m: LOi rg . X HZ. '4- vy Ijn L ww.1 'h. ",.irL l"M, 4sMl''y' V V4 tt W1 WK i "A -,S i.WV- Vf .. Spreading the Glorious News of our unparalelled Low Prices to 10,000 families within a radius of 30 miles of Temple. Read carefully the prices you find upon these eight pages and let the evidence furnished by your own eves decide which store offers you the best inducements. rt It's No Longer a Question u ere uy. This Circular solves the problem so conlusively that any school boy can see that you get the most value for your dollar at McCelvey's than anywhere else. Our Big Circular takes article after article of Standard Staple Merchandise and makes comparisons of price after pr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 16 October 1903

&" fa Ml h B a . S It; - S" m tfi . K' M " ' m Bfv - rr 3 j yutmntmiuimn 3 -ai - .. ASTOUNDING OFFERINGS ii in .. . i ii i mi ii mi ii i - i ii -i-- - i r - i i r f- For Early Fall .. ... ' ' JE...f Record Breaking Prices u TO BE FOUND AT Leslie & Lindsey s , -- jt v j '. n ss ,ifM )H -j .October H & H H November 1st J Below we give you a forecast of some of the many good things we have in store for you. Genuine Bargains, but don't wait until they are all gone. We will give you the best values you have ever seen. Bargain No. i. 20 yards Best -Cf Calico o' to each customer whose bill amounts to $10.00 and over. Bargain No. 2. 1 Wool Fringed "r-r Rug 30x64 at 5C to each customer whose bill amountsto $25.00 and over. This Rug is worth $1.75. Bargain No. 3. One pair Ladies' or Gents' $3.50 e r Shoes at 5C to the family buying the largest number of pairs of Shoes during this sale. Bargain No. 4. $15.00 Suit of Clothes at s 4 1, ' 35c to the family making the largest bill dqri...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 16 October 1903

'm&yTn" &?, '?c ""vms'.XT- fir,-ry?r0 t i h iV ,-! (' 't Ul . i. u ft 'I "lk ,v ','. v ;." -. K. . . - 1; -2. r.. - liii r fc- fx ill u1- !. RAILROAD TIME TABU. Ui trntn t)uuth i-Az p. ni. Day trnlti North .2:17 p. m. tfihi train South 12:16 u. in. fright train North 4;23 a. in. W-I-HWI-H-H-HI-W-W-W-H'''!-H-J-IW--:4-W-H- -H- LOCAL MENTION. .v , - Bom, to W. A. Hunt and wife, a' girl. r ,Born, to Walter Via and wife, boy. , S. Parker was a pleasant call- er Saturday. 1 Mrs. M. A. Goode was reported quite flick this v-'cok. L. A. Neibuhr, of Bronhamwas Jiero this week. Kva. C. H. Glenr. is onthe sick list this week. . i)r. M. McCarty, of Grangor was in Bartlett Monday. George Thomas visitod Holland and Davilla this week. Just secicved half car of salt barrels and bags, at. Smith & RouNTRUEr Wm Schroeder left for his home in West Monday afternoon. E. L. Hardin, of Granger was in Bartlett Tuesday on business. Martin Brobl. of Corn Hill, was trading in Bartlett Wednesday. Fra...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 16 October 1903

lfc?- 'A i &' ' S? .' rj . Itf . iL- LV ;A c c " a i t; tv Xf fir ', l' . . r, i fiBWOTB - , flANTAlLORED Suits." SUITS that fit well SGITS that havo style SUITS that soil readily SUllo at popular prices SUITS-thathave tonoand chic SUITS that are up to the" minute N Not since Temple lias been a town; Boll, a coun- ty; or Texas, a state has there been such an immense stock of Ladies Tailor Suits shown in this part of the country, The buyers for our cumbination bought over Twenty-Thousand Dollar's worth of La- dies' suits and now we are selling them at prices that know no competition. Our S10.00 suit, our competitor sells for S15.00 " 15.00 " " " ' " " '20,00 " " " " , " " " And so it goes. We Can they have to pay for theirs. " 20.00 " 25.00 " 7.50 5.00 A glance at our counters will impel you to closer In- spection, and you will bo full repaid to look them ovor in de- tail. They are selling very fast and before many days sizes will be broken. The longer you wait, the more chances ...

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