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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 16 October 1903

jppmmi r pfsp rjfp'stip ""JiU"'" rfi i V m Sr iOOQOOOQOQOOiQCQOOOOOOOQOOOOOOOOOOQOOOOOC'.) 4 t You will never knowjvM how good our Cold '; Drinlcs are until you have tried them. " t)o"so today. fc m V-3M. " You will never know just how good our Cold Drinks are until you have tried them. Do so today. You will never know just how good our Cold Drinkg, are until you have tried them. Xo so today. ' Wl V' SK' - (.' ;!,, . -, wx , Yo,utJ.will never knowjasthow.good our Cold Drinks are .until you have tried them, tDo so today. You will never know just how good our'Cold Drinks are until you havo tried them. Do so todav. yS , YoLwill never know just how good our Cold DrinlM are until you have tried them.' 1 JJo'sq tc today. t Gentry BroB Show Coming'. , Gentry Bro.'s Famous trained An- nnal Show will exhibit at Baitlett, Saturday, October 24th. Gentry Bros, have four 'shows and this season Bartlett will have the opportunity of seeing No. I show. In other words the big cagtern show that ma.de...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 16 October 1903

rT'm ft fr -i X 5-TMft w Iff. t. ft In fe. !" B p &Sti fc . F' HL. lw tv . i" &T L-'f .if' V I.? " lt' v p ?, Local Mention. every day cents per Rev. Karl Halm roturnod from Austin Monday. Hy. "Moore wont to Holland Wednesday on business. J. L. Bailoy wont to Temple Wednesday on business. 'Kollman & Cates went to Gran- gor yesterday on business. J. T. Reoso woRt to Granger yesterday afternoon on business. Hugh Moore and wife, formerly of Davilla, have moved to Bart-lett. Good fresh butter at the dairy a t 2 5 pound. Jno. C. Tato and others from Keliehor ranch wore in town yes- terday with cotton. Highest price paid for green hides by J. R. Nixon, at West Side moat market. D. W.Lowis, of near Walburg. was here yesterday onrout t o southern Texas on business. t J. S. Hair, who is now work- ing for the Holland Progress, was in town this week looking after business for ttiat "paper. J. R. Nixon has moved his meat market from the West side of the railroad to the this side, in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 23 October 1903

R. ECATS, Editor BARTLETT, TEXAS, OCT. 23, 1903. VOL. XVI11. NO. 27 $! SB IfllfllfllflfllfflW We H JSt'&SSZ ?"SS!J!K.5" r how '-y are-Prices are reason- , . , w j w. 1W .. Wl IU o 1-a.i coi i cuiui a. . . j il J.' u Mai Mat " .. We are Sole Agents at Bartlett for M. Born & Co. Lamm & Co. Continental . Tailoring ;'.: , . Co. " "f .. . I 'THAT C I8F Mad 'v Over 2000 nob- by, stylish sam- ples are shown by us. -our pric- es are as low as the lowest, We guarantee ev- ery garment to fit oerfectlY anc wear well. witheog cash Purchase6 t0 afr68 triptrthe St" Louis Wor,d's Fair n 1904 ffiven J.M.ALLEN. :: - t 4' oe o on 09 a OS a oat g oa ee ess as 08 s OO Off as os as os os 'OS as os os OS os 'eoe as ,08 os as os as os ac os OS .os as os as as os s os os OS os OS OS ac oo as as os "at off BOl OS .?:: . "if 1 ' ' ' skIV. . MILLINERY. Just received a Now Line of stylish up-to-date trimmed and street Hats. See them before buying. Prices to please all. MISS ANNA VELTE, -At W. E. Mi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 23 October 1903

"ijpjrv ,1 tt U V - i B ... iW-'V 4 u ' " "if h i r. K,. ll-Astf , Ir'a' ..: !: H' ,,' hf .' liT I frt(jr - ilThe Right Clothing . 'mE GRAMERCY Mr FPW own lb ' w the price part on the good clothing is not overlooked.! i Five big Clothing orders all at once is a tempt-1 ?ing morsel for the best makers of the best clothing in f America, They are here now. $10.00 to 25,00. Wo $ are Avaiting to show you. $ Iflatthews Bros! Temple, I K00'C0'Kd0 BARTLETT TRIBUNE R. F. Gates Editor $ Prop. firr&Md as second clasa mail mattnr at Bartlett postoffico. tlie uwxH notices 8 1-3 cts. per lino for each carl ion. jill advertisements continued un- ordered out unless otherwise specified. Terms Ona Dollar a Year In spite of all injunctions Nac ogdoches county has gone dry. For the first time since 1822 Nacogdoches is without whiskey, and they say the old town is as dry as a. powder house. Raleigh, N. C, by a good ma- jority, lias voted out her saloons and declared in favor of a single dispensary f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 23 October 1903

. r j ',', !j WPWf i X l '1 ' ' 1 ' H" "The" Clothing Store of Temple ),' .Ask "the Gentlemen of Bartlett" to answer this question. fcny Pay Two Prices for "Tailor-made" and "special order" suits when we guarantee to sell you Handsomer Patteris', Nevyer Stylos ahd, give you i.r. .tnrtrts... trt fKn Pnmnhn ( fi n n r. n Vint rvi nn' ' T .! n r. F frtrtS l?? l" llt. !.. . v a bettor Pit for just one-half the price Tailors charge? Wo have exolupiv IS .rCome and Inspect our Incomparable Stock and lot us Demonstrate to you the superior qualities our "Guaranteed Clothing Possesses. tSWy .1 t i I 'fcSMM 1.11111 IIIIIIIIHIIIIJI .,. W$r " ' ' f TODRFCr FASHIONS raoM 1 5 ' KJ?r.k! ...ia ' America' Le&dinci MMM M fe$J "-, Clothes MaKcr.5 " roW v : . innwii n.n.iin mi tf imrVknH'MOriW il"wi-l I .S 1 ftSTS33SKW'2 I Y" . MjMessx mmimmm & : mmmmmmmk aar " i i. .;'rf.ljK-tt,.jf....'.'S.-2vLWrk-Ki Avwc.cKttmLiijwr.MKfr n U&V ; SfefSffl 33gsssmuvaraffl ?-& t- M-MP'?7 J!M M I ! fc -.j ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 23 October 1903

. ' w.,. wr , w : ' ' If. Si-' fliuV . SO r. v jf-N;- t I I; F',; liy' 'ii l I If. : Ifc i& a KPT" 8 Hv ,W TYn r o '.' 1.. , i jhtr"'i V nmri i)t in! i ii ulirimaTi o '" Ii , & dttttasnsi ;, v BA&vA m ' A LI r 1st..: Record Breaking Prices " V "'. TO BE FOUND AT Leslie & Lindseys 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 thejf are all gone. We will give you the best values you have ever seen. ""'si n -j Bargain No. i. 20 yards Best ,- -.n Calico 35c to each customer whose bill amounts to $10.00 and over. Bargain No. 2, 25c 1 Wool Fringed Rug 30x64 at to each customer whose bill amountsto 25.00 and over. This Rug is worth $1.75. Bargain No. 3. 25c One pair Ladies' or Gents' $3.50 Shoes at to the family buying the largest number of pairs of Shoes during this sale. Bargain No. 4. $15.00 Suit of - Clothes at-. 5 to the family making the' largest bill during this sale Clothing. 80.00 Men's...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 23 October 1903

?'i.'i.Hi TV f ..-r 1 ( r ; V a o i.. MrcHH ROfcW ,N? W ! m ' ,4 uri " k'Jf K.V . ii - Krl- IMtit'ji M W-? . ,i W B 11 ;;J V J K V -k" ivr h $ 'X. tt- Vfl . IfAILHOHU TltHZ TBU.; HW-:-W-HW4H-H":-W-WW-W.!-W-.W-W-J-!..1-T-!w-t-w-! . iny irtn Moutlr.1....; . Ma p. m. thy train North!....; ,. .l!il7 p. m. Xiitit trnin &outhM..l...k..... 12(16 n. m. Niat trahiorth 4(23 n. m. rr ' 4-OCAL MENTION. jll!r..r..,.4i.,.........4..,..i.... Come to tho show to-morrow. Mrs. McGrary went to Granger gund&y. , Fine yanis and Irsli potatoes at . Aft. G. Smith's - Dr. J. Si Poynor went to Dal- , Ue this week. , 'Frank Wilcox, of Granger, was hero Sunday. Born, to Mr and Mrs. R.' N. nsor a girl. 'J. S. Craft, of Corn Hill, was hero this week. Miss May Donson returned io her home yesterday. Car new White Wave flour and meal at W G. Smith's, , Gus Krause remembered the Tribune this week. Miss Ollio Shumachor is clerk- ing for J. M. Allen. If you want first class groceries .trade with W. G Smith J....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 23 October 1903

TW'iar ' u .. 'Uiflff"V " ifl i v v; v zv .-r . f ,' iv r ' J ffJV rf " i i ,'V p I "I. ""V V ' M ' '... j i 1 Tft" ,'; lV i .. ft Local M.entiort. Dr. J. S. Poynor visited Bolton ast Friday. Barfclolfc merchants enjoyed a good trade Saturday aa usual. .. Mr. Landrum, of Holland was Was in town Friday on business. Editor Dunn, of the Holland t Progress, va9 in town Saturday. Just secicvcd half car of salt barrels and bags, at. Smith & RouNTRnnr Cotton pioking was at a stand still Friday and Saturday on ac- count of rain. A good rain was reported to have fallen in the Holland coun- try Friday. Col. Keilehor has returned from California to stay with us in Tay- for' awhile. Journal. Mrs. Jennie Davis, of Austin, was the guest of Miss Irene Kuy- kendall first of week. Bruce Jennings returned Mon- day from San Angelo, whore he attended the fair. John Snygg, of Hutto, was here a few days ago looking af- ter his farm inteiests. Mesdames J. D. Ursry and R. S. Thompson of Bartlettfwere v...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 23 October 1903

:-V rj 't A N EsSwpt- . , iM ?"!" I" K'; -; 8' Pie: i !!. " urn v . . - . c lb ' J..1 ' 'UJi.11 " 8 . VK "d ItJ-l-l-f.t.JJi.ll , ' ' .. .- fc -v tKX)OOCOOCXOOC50000000COOOC,0 J, .'Ydil will 'hover knowjust how good our Cold ' Xi'rihks i. are imtil JyoU havo tried them. Do so. today. '.' 'f'xpu will never know, just how good our Cold .jfiDririks are until vou havo tried them. !4L'.;;&Bo 8p today, W: k , '.' : xou W1M novor know just how good our Cold .i-)Drink's are "until you have tried them. ;jDb; so"-today. , ' Ii 'jt rv. ;, iw .& 'V' ;. a It . IV " t . V-yi V w r .,, Lf WtW MW Cikf' '. itt 9.& Visual W'3".i1jS''w3i J'j(ou vill novor kuowjusthow good our Cold v;xrmKg are.mnuL you nave tried ttiom, u'oso today. ' K ,. "v You will novor know just, how good our Cold ' ,'Df inks are Until you have tried them. "Bo so toclav.. f &. You will novor know just how good our Cold Drinks are until you have tried them. Do sq today. A ft n tj-'ku ,. , ?r.wxW!m iVfy'S'Vl 11 O 'if ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 23 October 1903

it . l null niir i urn vWBMnfnracMMienvfMmwuMnMiuUM fit h' r it -., .,", V V1 . "" lM. . i . '" m , Is'i- ' IfcV . .- V ' ' .' h . &- .' ", 5:.' r'ii I?-Na ' b I 11 T Local Mention. Say,. at'o you golngle Saritonq? Allie Shults has-been siok this wecjk. Mrs. Jim Dillard was quite Biok this week. Born to .Mr. and ' Mra. John Lindsey,, ft girl.' ListyouV'real' estate with Cates & Kollman. YBartlott merchants are enjoy- ing1 a good' trade. Mr. and, Mrs. Marshal Bishop are parents of' a now girl. J R. Hill went to Smithviho Saturday on business. V". T.Rambo made a. business trip to Taylor Saturday. Harry and Leo Jackson of "Walburg were callers this week. W.Hr Moore, of Salado, was in town yesterday. k Born to Mr. and Mrs. Elton Mo6re, a boy. The infant child of Mr. and iMrs. R. R. Dillart is sick. Mrs. Pfefferkorn, of Maxwell, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Haeber'. If you want to buy a form, res idenco or ranch see Cates & Koll- man. Mrs. Foose has rented a por tion of Mrs...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 30 October 1903

JiBIISWWSJvn'T ' -. """ 'v., ' T'T"-"r-T - ' ' rP -' - ' " ', '. "r ' i' . i t HHM HUB, t ' ' ' ' " 'J.. I 'i" W ' ?j;-. - '' "'" ,ii, -. i .- !.; . ' ' ' ' - '"n ' ' " 1 ' " f " i i !i i ' ' "I ; ' ' : ' ,. i ... i . i .. '"",'. , .' i -a: V Bi WtiATtiS, Editor. Wwr.BA'RTLETT, TEXAS, OCT. 30, 1903, VOL. XVIllr NO. 28, J, . ii'.'fCj. i v i ,.v ' - .'' . it .. v- 7-3 ; 1 A f;wroiuA- 1 ,-Sundiy 'huriiber o . o0W8 attended tho .- tfBartlelJ; Woodman tiiWriUnga't.Hpllanq,, -. among ,, wTmwe'reyjMf..a.nd, Mrs. AF. Sati6cMjp'.Jandt,,Mrfl,,Hutqhen8,. Mr.i,and,iMtf,t k. Cowsert, Mr. ahd-ro.'wiD. Crenshaw and i'kijlifppkeii).,A- larger crowd of Woo'dmeavand friends gathered .tWftnea, the ceremony whioh WMyer.'impresstve. The mon umerit:waa erected ovr the grave Wot SoVfliMigrv'li. 'A. Wilds. Rev . ,'W;fAli3irna'ge'delivored an elo- 'quttt.r:id appropridte oration ' whibh'.wiib'rBaid by many to bo .virySffrfbV :Miss, Murray recited 'theWeautiful'poem "O, Why StibhTdftbe, Snirit of Mortal be '...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 30 October 1903

' Wmjnff jmwjyriW " It " M . m . y rtt ' ? ' A. ,-" n t ' ' J&M ni' L t J) v. ' AT v"'t til I iii V- i f. '4 1 TI 1.' V. f sir fli &04 The Rif ftf fitid of po, I i , ff Is.! a. , I J4f-.-- tlin nrlfift nurt. nn tVin rnnrl Five big Jothing orders all at once is a tempt-1 ing morseL for the best makers ofthe best clothing in America, They .are here now. $10.00 to $25,00. We are -waiting to show you. flatthews Bros? Temple, BARTLETT TRIBUNE .. JF Oaies Editor & Piop. Erittrad as second class mail matter at tlia Bartlett p'oetofflcc, iMial notices 8 1-3 cts. per line for each -wrllon. jI'J advertisement continued un- t ordered out unless otherwise specified. w mmmmmm mmmm . Terms One D ollar a Year A farmer residing: near Merril- ton, Travis county, has a forty -0 acre, cotton patoh whioh is abso- lutely deyoid of boll weevil. He has made a bale to the acre and tiis wonderful success is due to tho fact that he planted castor jibana 'promiscuously in the cot ton ana the weevi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 30 October 1903

) iT i K. :. aa -llBBi UWJ.TBB5gHfiC33 6 ipe W "V,. fc, IN PAS I SEASONS .S rT-wr?V(foTr' ''" 7ffk ''" j, t . m, 'MV u:x " m V $ there may have been some excuse for intelligent people spending their hard earned money at the fWKongpiae. out it s aitterent now. . &a $ if f 2 '' " t 4d THE MCCELVEY STORE 1 &K r Has gradually turned the tide of thrifty buyers by demonstrating our leadership in low prices and superiority in value giving.--- h If "you. expect to save money you must "make your fall bill at Mc Celvey's. Read these prices and follow the dictates of low prices and trade where you can do best. : : : : : : f V jmi'Mijuj. iiiiuiu cszss .'1 t ',! STAPLES AND NOTIONS u? 4 v 5o pearl buttons, 2 doz for is .,. ..-.'?. .X. ,-a 5q v Shbrc length Madras 4 to 7 yds rog price 15c at .7 l-2c lOo pearl buttons, per "cloz JL .; '..i...?..J.i..5o" " W& quality chambry, special...... ...-. .... 5c Her- -. 1 t..j. J '- 4n rr 4 n -L-a" a . -.:..l t j.uu uuun uuuuua, )ur uoz ..1UC 0 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 30 October 1903

la 3C N'i. "v tf K1 . i T r..v vbii . lid?'- s ; . W ;T 7 "" F&V p'v i.. ?.V . IK Vk ft-- 1 1 5 -. V' F ' .V I IV1 . if ".::' I , , f ir H' l.? .- k & .V &s t'.TfTf t1.J.- V1 iffl. If- jjK - i- .O.J" life- V- k; 'H,: T TF ' t ""-" ?W' '-. ; .r?J ,. t it -I $ . $ . w -! ,V Your V iyioney's ' Worth." " ' w. I " JL x. ' w jjt a. J "'lllllipfi "1 " 1 .. 3 .4 V WW -.... s6Pt' ft V rf '.$j 1,., MV"' Y ?ra f ,',,iTw , 'li"': ... '- t- A Record Breaker ONE DAY'S SALES, $1,123.00. The above figures represent our sales last Sat- urday. This we are truly proud of and most sin- cerely thank our many friends and customers for helping to make this the largest day's sales we have had since in business. Not a single dissatisfied cus- tomer among the large number who traded with us. This was our largest day and now we want'to make this the largest year in our history. Look out for Our November Offerings And don't buy until you have seen our Fall Stock. The above records is evidence that ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 30 October 1903

WM '' TV7 r t.- -,, .. i T U .. . mT .v- . . . - tf'" ! Dy train South ;.... .....2:48 p. m, Dy r!a Korth.-........ .....Si 17 p. m. NlgMytriin 8outh.............,,i.., 12:15(b. raV Wljtfit trftln Iforth.....;......;... .4s2S n. in. LOGALi.MENTlON. ..ttJtfl... Whit- Hoi- a, -i' ., . , .. . ; , vaewinK macnine nccaicsi ww 'Bros, " - ' ' .; " Mt.i;Ja9., Hairi, went to 'fcrid, Tuesday; - ,;draillo?pte .Is, attending Benqormwacui 'Vs!vW.r.;6alTwtt8'''on the Hdfc 'j$aj;- of'Biok'this week.' ' . i eiV lO Ttnnart f'WUUOVCbUlC?, H.UHUUUJ f'vfro was over Vm jf'rom'Hb'lland Saturday. Wiley Tate rerriembered ': toZ t '. the". Tribune this, week. ' p.Gqod milk cow and brood sow E'f''-' ?or8ale, Will Pool, k V ' J-t'JvtPHt' ' .E)onahoe,'Texa8 'xj ,vr j,iu tuuuuo win muio : W& )E.-' K-f 4t 'vhisfarm in the near future. V. '"" t? 1VpMr..adMr3.(Keeter'have mov-V-' ,!4'i' dfrom Temple to Bartlett, to ro- fe'JiJ4 ,,0ur d Wend, ':? maxtended tus a. he) S. M. Messer, helping hand this week," ".., t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 30 October 1903

vrvsuxj im .tfnJASf! IW ..V W ,k. V Irt '' .' A V -f I", , -. ft' . ..few ''V A, W p.1. fcte ,r ?T w ("4 . a, .-.' ii i i i"t- , & " if, - "if sTheBest Values ever offered 'irw; Fashionable Jackets and Coats . , seen in our Ladies Suit Deparmcnt. Wcarc proud in Ladies Coats. and Jackets, forjttlrepfesents in this line never before rcached?by any house Are to be , of our showing an achievement in Temple. Each ahd every garment has a tone of rich artis- tie beauty that at once classes it with the premier production of tlic year. You'll have good cause for justifiable pride if you select your wrap from this immense line. EVERY COAT, f ir has an exceptional beauty and style-merit about them. U you want something- yory individual and metropolitan in modishness, these coa's will suit exacily. . At $5.00 We can give you a beautiful Zibeline Box Coat, i regular 87,50 garment At S6.50 we give you a Box Coat of extra quality Kersey, a very stylish garment, really worth 8.50 At $8.60 strai...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 30 October 1903

w -tWv i "T(W r Xu '! V p? CksOObo"4-WHH--!-,-uH-t'4-H-!-W--'-H' jl W ELR Y ! For beauty, style or price our line -of, Jewelry cannot be sur- passed. , Never before has such a .beautiful assortment been Bartlett. Don't take for it but come and our showh in word see for yourself. Genuine goods at low prices is what makes this line a leader. Avers 7 'A 1. Wo also keep in stock a complete line of 0rugs, Patent Medicines, Stationery, tc. Call and See us. Take cold easily? Throat tender? Lungs weak? Any relatives have consumption? Then a cough means a great Cherry Pectoral deal to you. Follow your doctor's advice and take Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. It heals, strengthens, prevents. " Fnr 40 TCiri I have dtmondad on Arcr'a Cherrv l'cctoral for cough anil colds. I know it greatly itmiRthom weak 1muk." was. r. A. i:omiJ8i)K, banuo, alien. .t.C. AYEItCO., I.rMvell. Muss. 2Sf.,Me.S100. P.A.liIilS'..lni'i win for" I Weak Lun P rtscflcwrcuaf)' Aycr'e Pills Incroaoo tho activity of tho llvor, and th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 30 October 1903

?r ; ,TT7 i&m ''l' :&.:'! rv J" V nffwrx .; ' i r ' J - 17 , a '..' iV n i' " 11 1 V " ! i.A" Hello! 'Ht M ; :; nm: v wm if- Hlr" . v; ItrV ' .' h ir; ,ti 'v ' V J- IfW 11 . r 1 lr ... ?. UV is i-. Mi f l' '. , liV" W1 I Pwr m .'" K, r' w I a ,'!: ' ' .i- L& t IN T , u . . ,T.- "'3 ."!.' ' Mfthe same goods for less money, -M rbettejr, goods f 6r the same money," -.; ; Is always romomberod and novor lost sight of here Our stock jsmplotp in all depart- . ',lments"and wo invite your inspection. Wo quote: ' ; 'i. ''!?;, VC f Jt - A' 1" If" .''5f!V, C-rvS', ' 'i. . I i.i "V (l vl' .'"U fiil'J !; rjt; : 1," Waisting Tricot - ioc yard. "MariltbbrArmUre "" """n. "--s --... iSc'yara. Tricots millojprsf!." iXtJ.'.J?Sc t,5oc yd. Skirtings Zibelines. - . - - 6"oc to 1,50 yd. ii -:.,-."- : - ,..., . " jj f. TAt-:t.- : i- " - f ! - ...i Camel's Hair - 60c to 1.75 yd. .' ' ' Comnlete and choice . . P litiA rk-f f-fakit5-fi-icr .oc' simeres, Worsteds at low prices. V Our eIection af tri...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 6 November 1903

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Publication Title: Bartlett Tribune, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 6 November 1903

.-'Spr1. . V i rt.l-l J ' f : 7li 'At 1 pi. H j. Fa- n Itf. f& vf i.M K i i SM, S lh !, t SF N v ! 1 v S ' 'MBA N I Snappy : Fall Suits and .,; Overcoats BL. "..X.U, " . fcs "' ,' aa -? v tri-ti'tfcHE 4u nVlEGRAMERCY J Fresh from tho world's most-! famous makers. Eleeant now fall styles. There is character and dignity in our new clothing, There is tho touch of hand tailored gar- ment made for your ap- pearance that stands tho scrutiny of tho most particu- lar dresser. v Men's Suits $7.50 to $25.00 Men's Overcoats $10 to $25 There are years of clothing experience behind all garments we sell Matthews Bros. "Walk Easy" $3.50 and $4.00 Shoe is an exceptionally strong line. You would easily take 'em for SEuOO qualities, Fact is they are equal to many five dollar lines t All lftfif-hnrn. nil tnn qhanna. nil wirll-ha. Tnlrn o lrn1.- 4 A Knotty 'Problem, i Wnco Times Herald. " ' colonel (uarles is Seven years- older than was Lee Roimtrcc when the Times-E(erald started -in to re- lieve h...

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