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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 1 July 1904

' ' v .... . . . , 1 r , V ill The First National Bank II f " Bartlett, Texas ; t , - 1 Opened July 1, 1900, with capital of $25000, now ; : j, has. over $90,000 deposits, and over $10,000 sur- y ' (pi.U8 and undivided profits, aftor paying lib- '' i, oral dividends each year. oiIVie aroi amply able to take care of you and your DO WE SELL i ull !M mm M I . . ; i: djVC.. BAILEY, Cashier. J. L. BAILEY, President. 1 '' ir-s.,i Local and U..U4 j.jjs. PersonaJL , 'Gi.o tO'ineeting. Aui "Jones, the beat, at Ed B ord's. , ;V John; the son of Mr. and Mrs. : wf. jct.' rioiiunu 1a muK.. iJ'fSeyring machines at Whitlow I' fBrb's ;See them. .Chas'., Wilson of Granger visi- ;tod!in Bartlett this week. 'Sli.jPianos and organs at Whitlow '''ciho.sayQ.it doesn't rain dur- t .l'nn-i'ffia'm'nnfh nf .TiinoV "S Mrs. J. C. McCrary of Granger "yisited in Bartlett this week. L'faMiss Effie Mounger visited ' "ingndsin Granger this week; k y$ Will satf wood in car lots at '.2.-50 per cord. R.iS. Thokpson. f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 8 July 1904

yu.rj jt m m i n w . i i jr - w ; T M --i ',V Hfc tr ML mJSLW SLXL, M K, m. , ' M ' - : - ' - ' ' -."iMa -Jf RARTITTT TCVao int v o tr .: ' rsa ' "V$l UE.,CATES, Editor: ' fc'fflB2BE BARTliETT, TEXAS, JULY 8, 1904. VOL. XIX,, NO. 11, , Djonaho'e Items- ' '. '. Tojilio TrlBuno. 'yMiss Lehella Jones returned .home, from Ga'iesvillc lasTweclc." , , Miss Dora Pace who lias been is yislfing in, Dallas 'county"' 'for, scv-' jjCiwiuonuisfcame nomcjiasu wcck jTccpmpanied .by her friend Miss K :-owun. !? - ,Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Via have 'a ffi'-, t Hi ..:i. 1...1 ' (svciy aiuK uuuy. v Misses Edna and Ethel Leake $ ,pt .Navasota are visiting their aunt, " ojespue ine wee weacner, a Cl igret number of Donahosiers at- v-.cenaea tne oaroecue at uavilla ,'., Monday. 't'' JVTr.Tap Jones V, i k , t . 'lasc weeK out is f&t' this writing. V'J .A nrnfntnrl i ,. I., ,..:il Un: .WUUlU UI.V.LII1 Will UUItl here on the third Sunday in this fwmbnth by the pastor, Rey. G. W. f, Robbins. The election held ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 8 July 1904

Kr r A V r V N5 1 1 i? y J i .' j! FN fV. iff ..vt I v IIP . ' ri 1 4Ui- H , -' L. ". , L 5'. .. .1 , 1 1. 1 , ,-r ' ft ' t '".i i ' :-ri. 'M PCV 1 .1. y ' Til 1 fyt l fcfai If'. t- u ETV wr. C? TRIBUNE Jl& jf. Caes Editor 4r P'O? tgntered as second clasa mall inaltor st tb Bartlott postofflco. tfocal notlcos 8 1-J cts. per lino for each ttlon. AH advortlsomonts contlnuodun- rderel out unless othorwlao soociflod. Terms One Dollar a Year- SV.n exohange remarks that a -t, Cf wiu itnu iier wity iu ijeay- '' $ ft by instinct, while man is roas- "fMiamg himself into hell. v .. ...:ti jtj 1 i 1. fc- J .caacs irom Deing snippea into mat ..Sf ,', J i 1 !. 1 . 1 11. 1 I''Ji? f state on account of the boll ifi i WOOYilt w. Kansas man has a cow who shewed off a rooster's tail, and the next day when he milked her ,dhe gave a gallon and a half of xthe finest kind of cocktail. We Jtad a cow ourselves once who swallowed an almanac and gaye cream dates. Kennebec (Me.) -Journal. :' Hon, R. L. He...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 8 July 1904

V .& j v, J i 4 'B- i MMHMMMIMMMmiKWmM Ybti can depend on Ayer's Hair Vigor to restore color to your cray hair, everv time. '.Hollow directions and it never fails to do this work. It stops flat r Vi$or fallingofthe hair,also. There's great satisfaction in knowing you ore not going to be disap- pointed. Isn't that so? ' ''Xfy'lmlr failed nnlll It wan about white. It took nt o Imtllo of Aier's Hair Vigor to I?"!0!;?." ,0 " former trk, rloli color. Your iIIMr VI(ror certainly dne what vou elnlm for " A. M. IH)OOAM,ItockliiBliuui,N. C. fl.CO a bottle. Aiinrnirimta. fori IT. C. AYEIt CO., lowell. Mann., Fading Hair Crops About Granger. Granger, Tex., July 4. The corn crop in this vicinity is con- sidered made and one of the best in several years. Considerable tune corn has been planted on stubble ground and there will be quite a. good deal more planted a- bou , the loth of the month. The cbt'ton stalk never looked better at this time of, the year, though many of the farmers are very ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 8 July 1904

. V' 'IV. ,v4. j r ' ' .01 awvT jk. ! .. c'tt. r i hit 'M m: WW rt ' y-; .'' rci V ) , , l:. . .'''' V- v . " ' W'' ' .. ;' - .' .a . ," fl, ;' ,.b " . - I fife' AvSI . l I 'I ' iil I I ill i )- . ..?.'. i litlgg N 2t i .. 2X SI" " . . 6 . . ! ' " ' "' h i ? J " ., . -v - , ' . "IJS !? ,''- :::: - - i win 15he TRIBUNE A. . Cotes Editor $ Prop. Entered as second class mail matter at tbe Bartlott postoffico. LjchI notices 8 l-8xts. per lino for each jertion. All advertisements continued un- ordered out unless otherwise specified. Terms One Dollar a Year The rainy season over the seat Of war in the far East, set in a- bout ten days ago and will con tinue for four or five weeks long er. This makes extensive land operations impracticable for the present. True there is contin- uous skirmishing between large detachments, but this merely keeps the armies well Informed of &l possible movements of each oiner. wnen tne rain is over snd the mud a Utile hardened there will doubtless be decis...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 8 July 1904

tic '.s ' -A Sf'-. " v s ' EKi , Wiff i M- r I.. ? &. ii At L,V Br ?. A my I UtXf. $r f. t " tlPfflW qhl. it 'fr USprr . 'Tpss Jtr h sjmmttmmwnmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmtfm mmmmmmmmimnmnwa ..'V'-t. M-H tHH-M- ! BARGAINS. About July 15th I will incorporate my business. In meantime I will make spe cial effort to close out all odJs and ends J in clothing, shoes, hats, dress goods, mil linery etc. Investigate our offerings. W.W. WALTON. t f "t v f v,t 'Jp 3 3, r A ," J-W-W-I" 54 3 3 uuuauauiiiuuuuiauuiiiuuuuuuuiuiuuuuuiuuuumanuuuiiuuu immmmmuimuwiK; RAILROAD TIME TARLE. Day train South 2:87 p. m Iay train North 1:47 p. m. Night train South. 11:14 n. m. Night train North 4:40 a. m. LOCAL MENTION. Charcoal at Lucas Rowntree's. Go to the polls, tomorrow and vote. Buy flour from Drake. Guar- anteed. Dr. Reed of Holland was hero . yesterday. A full line of "Cluett" collars at Drake's. Don't forgot to bring your poll tax receipt. A" full line of "Cluett" gqllars at Drake's, Don't forget your p...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 8 July 1904

X-ffT ft . VJ ' a' I 'l . ; J V '14a rjQoougyoogoyguwwNAAJ j. InV -, .u. An.....n...M.vAJvss vvvWvvvvvvwvvvvvvvwvvvnfs ' Jfe -,Aiji'tyVg" KW Vr v. . . . 1 . t .h -I. . At ita .ill. .lit. ..111.. ..IRi. .itfli. ...riflH MftTTlLi ril'fli..t.lO'f McKenzie's njo i . .(.- i' .. " . , - m, -w -mr" P- 5,'s .? .j-v I. oivi yi-A DRY GOODS, HATS SHOES, GENTS FURNISHINGS AND GORCERIES. ' S.1 Hig Price paid for COUNTRY PRODUCE 'PHONE 10. is?- In Joe Barnhart Building, jjUiiJJSiJ MLocal Mention. ,'- fcft. A. L. Ashworth has gone to ' vEast Texas to reside. !' , Buy flour, from Drake. Guar- M anteed. SPctj H., Heide made a trip to Austin Eg :;-,this week. Buyflour from Drake. Guar- ErV tMltnnrl. If f'l.JD. Slawson made a business If ,tripto Fort Worth this 'week. nms xonnet nour, pi.jU, ?i jV',ljiicas Rowntree's. W ' ilev. Slaue-hter and familv are pLocfcupying the Bailey cottage. fc Call Drake and order your gro- , oenes. inone jlno w. ' Theo. Jones spent Saturday ''and Sundav with his narents n...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 8 July 1904

f 'r 'i u fev BrK. i: V t'W tf. TT, uCoiiny Itemis: .'The Rookdalo steam laundry wag innfrnvnrt hv firn Rn.tnrf1n.v. ass " " " i tThe TroV Exchange Bank, the 1 1 Jttrac oanu to open in mat town is $z'X japw, in operation. hw ,- iA-n effort is being made to org anize a military company in Temple. It ia roported that V. T. Watt Sat holding 350 balos of cotton, on fils convict farm near Cameron. Ha was at one time offered 10 cents for it androfused. Herald. J. W. Smith of Little. River was iftere Monday with a bushel of fine large sweet potatoes of the " ced bermurda variety. They are the first sweet potatoes we have seen this season. Bellon Demo crat. Since our last week's report there has been shipped out from this place 9 cars of wheat, 11 cnrs of: oats and 1 car of corn, which makes a total of 54 cars of grain shipped from the Troy market during the month of June. Enterprise. Elberta peaches shipped from Rockdale this season have netted shippers as high as S2.50 nor crate. In five ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 8 July 1904

'.i," w .K n.qj V,. .U-0 , " S ' j Wl? W w ' - ) "i .! i, ' . v , , , , , ,. (, . ; 'j Tfre First National Bank J V Bartlett, Texas ! '- ' Openod July 1, 1900, with capital of $25000,- now 1 has ovor $90,000 deposits, and over $10,000 sur- ,y plus and undivided profits, after paying lib-' oral dividends each year. We are amply ablo to take caro of you and your business, be it great or small. t C C BAILEY, Cashier. J. L. BAILEY, President. rc : r' r 1 t - - ..,.. .7fg, -,., , raganwy ., m. w " ft i IV u,"" tocal and 1 ; PersorvaJL v The city dada are liaving the i(streetB worked. V4 Paul Jones, the best, ut Ed .i ' Ford,'?- "111" ft T)!Jt.. . ! ah i-K n!n1. ,.H v. u.-oriugoa ia un mo am it. j list tbis week. i v i Sewing machines at Whitlow ,t $ros. See. them. ,y Capit. J. W. Posey, of Granger ; was hero yesterday. , ' "I Pianos and organs at Whitlow liros., Buy one. j . Clean up is the order of the '.-Jjfdayiri. Bartlett. V I-will sail wood in car lots at 2,50 per cord. R. S. Thonps...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 15 July 1904

v . . r f - a. ? ' mrt C iT '. A. . A Ksr. & ra i j -. : S' i IT J V ij I X ' ' 't1' 8&J 1"-, - f..f . if- &.K lft" .' L .-. rp.K fj 1." in Btti tor 1 "Si , .. .wti l WMti Kt. 1 'tvr 'j IftfiA. t : u- s Ml V "- t; ; t x 4 fc , ?, t-,; . . i. - i !'J '.$ 'i . jitr' '' W.. H - . L ,iKh ,,iu ,."t ? ( - '.''! U i - t- 'J f V ;nRF. CATES, Editor.. ,4, BARTLETT, TEXAS, JULY 15, 1904. VOL. X1X NO. 12. a .fH4.i..M..l..frK M4H-l-H-H-H-i-H-H-HrHWH-l if K? "sv .wi r, . SO J'"' : L' iW 1'" i j. 'J Ua. ?,' "MT ,J fr'ft '88? i&' r. ftKi ; V 'V - Q K ' h; a , A LEA RING SALE which means more to you than any other clearing; sale ever did before. 2000 YDS. CALICOS worth 6 l-2o per yard, not romenantB, dosing price - 3 l-2c SCOTCH LAWN worth 5 and 6 l-2c per yard, closing price 3 l-2c 30 INCH PERCALE worth 10c, closing price ...5o PEPPERELL 10 1-4 BLEA. SHEETING worth 30c per yard, closing price 25c PEPPERELL 10-4 BROWN SHEETING worth 27 l-2o per yd closing price 22 l-2c TURKEY RED DA...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 15 July 1904

V, tu y ' " r fo " 1 i ' A It t m ' . w I.H, I " Ih, U 1 , Vji 6' " l 'r L y K !' '"V V "I '"' ' S. " 4 T &. pt f e TRIBUNE ,rf . , . , , fe. JF. ' Cedes Editor $ Prop. Srttered Ks socond clasa mall mator at the Bartlett postofflco. , iuuil notices 8 1-8 cts. por Una for oach ..u&tlon, jlll ftdvertisoments continuoJun- ordered out unless otherwise iDociflod. Terms Otbt Dollar a Year Jit Is a true saying that in odit- lg a newspaper, it takea more iirxins to keep things out of tho i paper than it does to put things ,tinvthe paper. There was a va9t difference in the primary held Saturday and ' that of years gone by. It used to ba that on the eve of the election averthing was lively and on the iay of tho election it was worm. There were hardly any predic- ations, even as to the outcome of iko election. "Floonce" is not 4 art it any more, is it, boys? Were you ever tempted to think Tfchat the editor was indulging in personal "digs" when you saw something in the paper which seeme...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 15 July 1904

fljpy,'!? w ry ".",' 'JT a" V V 'a- v ? LU K 't , T W Iv 1 t- - I1 ih f t er nwmi iw iw jm jjfi MT9. Bald? Scaln shiny and thin? Then it's probably too late. 'You neglected dandruff. If you had only taken our ad- vice, you would have cured Hair Vigor the dandruff, saved your hair, .and added much to it. If not entirely bald, now is your 'Opportunity. Improve it. "IJit used Arcr'i Ifnlr Vigor for oor 40 yeiti. I am now Dl jean oltl urn have a ho ivy ftowtli of rich brown hair, due, I think, en Irelj to Aver' Il&lr Viiror." Mks. M. A. Keitk, Ilfllovllle, III. 100 bottle. .t. C ATKII TO M4OTVMMaiWm Aiinruvpiiii. lOr mWMUMMS I nwell M tM. IGood Hair! 'STATE. NEWS At Beaumont Monday William Senior a young aeronaut, fell 50 feet from a burning balloon and sustained serious injury. The Parafine Oil Company of Beaumont has declared its second dividend of 1000 per cent on its capital stock of $ 10,000. At Waco the authorities are killing all stray dogs found on the streets. The trip of t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 15 July 1904

Vv . ' 'Vs J (' , ;:; We Are Behind The Gun! And Are Going to Shoot Straight at the Mark. vV (i . VU (iliTliiilliltititflMiiiiiiii(iiliiiiiiititiitfiiliatiiiititiiififtiStit. M u.,.5 :tjjxijj:r!:!ft!:ijij:!r::t::,,,,tt::t: ::::::::: s t t s :::: s J :: ! t : s t s s : s 1 1 : t $ ' f t r !t t : i j t 1 1 :! t : r """ : ; 1 1.. ?.V ' ISfc- XM,i Rw J i V V' ill '" v f'-fe ' Kff.l v . LS' . p i ( t n.t..P. 3 .."'.',f .1 . " trj s it! V 't ,, a . ''it wfc ? i ' v Bartlett is in the Swim. The title wave that brings joy to the hearts of the people has reached Bartlett. The poor as well as the rich can now have some of the good things of this world. JOHN CLARK'S THREAD not owned, made or controlled by the trust, goes to all the people at 2 cents. J. P. COAT'S THREAD 7 Spools for 25 cents. $9T Q1fL & 1 5o I J Worth of Highest Grade Merchandise, to be turned over to the people of Bell and Wil- liams counties. Cyclones or Rain Storms Can't stop tho wor'k, and like chain light- ening the w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 15 July 1904

lis i e j I ' 1 S 'J ." 'H:' ,rx;'ri". i iy.'F . y.,fl ..; -w, v;; ; ,-'" V , ' ' C, t i 0, O . f . .( i .' ,' 'ffl' ."" 'nmtUMmmmmtmmftttmnmtimmmmifmiwmmmmmmmn fnmmmmfflmnmmmmntKi (4. y".j rn i y" Ut i-K . . M.' &v H-H-H-W-H-M-W :-!-M rt-H-H-W irr,IrIIJ"i"rv7 vrv' iI,rvjI I,i'I"Ji'HrIrriW""rf i ,y-il C '' m I i , w r.-t"! r."V isr U : F ; ?" OUT -4 lv. IV. .& ilf ' V , ' I". !,. K '.- . ,V ' V. fc- k'M fc' ft ft 'In1'' FSfff spy '? fl&: i !, ? 18a . : JferM' Mr' I8sf laBS? ' rn.v fi' j 5r sr rcr iiv T s ?iuuuuuuuuiuuuuuuuuuuauuuHUuaitusaiy.iuii!aauuuuauuu mauuuaMuaumuuiua RAILROAD TIME TABLE. Day train South 2:37 p. m Day train Korth 1:47 p. m. Night train South 11:14 n. m. Night train North 4:40 a. m. LOCAL MENTION. Charcoal at Lucas Rowntree's. . Mrs. Tom Fowlor left yestereay for Moody. Buy flour from Drake. Guar- anteed. ' Chas. Stephens went to Waco yesterday. A full line of "Cluett" collars at Drake's. R. B. Dickerson went to Tem- ple yesterday. A full line of Clu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 15 July 1904

,-."i. f J' v . i " i't 'U A'' V v ' a ;V v' v: uf. -r : : : SPECIAL : : : fe OCKKXXXKXXOCKXOOOOOOCXXXKXCXXXKXXXXXOCX000XXX004M McKenzie's ,1 TR MEATflARKET. Summer Good If you want tho very bost of moata, I nm pro- i pared tq furnish them. ;..k, Beof, Pork, Sausage, Pressed Boof, Broakfast Bar '"i con, ana nam. Also FliESll LAUD. CV .9' ' A You have a long time to wear them but we have only a short time in which to sell them, and for that reason we have cut prices all along the line, to a point that will make them go. Read the following prices : Men's Low Cut Shoes, Stacy Adams, was $5.00, now tt tt Ladies' it I ( tt Misses t t: (i w it ( ti t n it tt L. (t ( tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt Men's Summer Pants Ladies' White Shirt Waisting Ladies' White Shirt Waisting Ladies' White Shirt Waisting " 3.00, " - ' 2.50, " -. - " L.75, " - " 20, "' - ' " 2.25,' " - " 2.00, . " - " 1.75, " - - " 1.00, " - - - " 1.75, " " 1.50, " " 1.25, " - " 1.00, " - " 2.50, " " 3'.50, " " 4.50, " " 40c per yd.,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 15 July 1904

a u -: A ' '. I ii.f W '?' " l :h w ywv IJSd MA? & Cpirity Items. 4Jr- ' , )uringtho month of Juno thore 1 wore Oi births and 23 dtuths in ' Williamson county. The Enterprise claims tha Trby has shipped more small grain this season than any town in Bell county. The new telephone lino between Taylor and Boyoravillo, which has been in tho courso of erection for several wooks, was completed ' the past week and is in operation. r More grain than one thinks of .has been raised in Williamson county this soason. Tho Jonah threshing company has been out three wooks and have throphod 16.000 bushels. Taylor Texan. r Georgetown, Texas, July 9. ,A residence belonging to J. S. Kellum of Blanco and occupied by J. S. Carvel burnod today. Loss about $2,000; insurance $1,000; contents saved; origin, defective flue. A white man named John Rob- bins who lives between George- town and Florence was arrested Tuesday and put in jail here on the charge of rape committed on his young sister-in-law. Ho h...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 15 July 1904

K ft. f '' " " ' , ' v4v4 " The First National Bank f Bartlett, Texas Opened July X, 1900, with capital of $25000, now has ovor $00,000 deposits, and over $10,000 sur plus ana undivided profits, attor paying lib- , oral dividends each year. .Wo are amply ahlo to tako caro of you and your , ' business, be it groat or small. '.C; C. BAILEY, Cashier. J. L. BAILEY, Presldont. '' 1 ' 1 , .f.. - , . . 1 ,JIWM ( ' ""' ' ' ' )' ,"' ?rp if ?' y 7fflBiBM i nn iiir on i k DDWlSLLL 11 fV $'' Oo . . ' i r m hb m ib bb b nn bb bh bb bh nn bb sa bb bb bb bbl bb bb bb a bb nvi i:: ': Wt'.ii' ,) '? &oeal and Personal. Hi- TOrf" ?.! A fc;...! -..:,. . axm.:h... l'"llV "wwiiif; uuiv-univ-o at vviunuiv ' 7uros. see tnem. ay;- : .... . . , ,i u.n. .bora, or uavnia, nas cot- 1 i ton' blooming. ,w.' 'Pianos and orcans at Whitlow s- - i , - B-T'-a- 'll-A- T.... 4 Rural Koute Inspector Brown was here this week. 5V' , rants, oest assortment in town, ift, .. at Whitlow Bros. tej- Jlj? a liaauana, oi rrair...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 22 July 1904

1 """ " H m vi i w. grawttt .1 V in! MM kfl Aa. .ft ! Wil Iff w 'J 4 "A . R. F. CATES, Editor. BARTIiETT, TEXAS, JULY 22, 1904. VOL. XIX, , n613. ' " i.i 1W1W" i 4 " 4 T -fH--H--5- ' -'-h'- - a. ' ; y . I. . 1 ir fc 0 ; '. . J. 'i V 4.5 BW 1 , t . - "I" j r - Ik' r ,i' WW. fv'f . J. 4 i 't' 7. Ky' fe-1 .-v fey B-p rl,- , Bf v a."-.' fc ': WW ; !- 1 M I" 'i v fc i i- SSiOs JAf- n . "fct. -a T.'T.. "4 f. . IJ. '-i- , .1',." ". ,Wfli... X k.- ' A CLEARING SALE which means more to you than any other clearing sale ever did before. 2000 YDS. CALICOS wortfx G l-2o per yard, not remenants, closing price 3 l-2c SCOTCH LAWN worth 5 and 6 l-2c per yard, closing price 3 l-2c 30 INCH PERCALE worth 10c, closing price 5o PEPPERELL 10 1-4 BLEA. SHEETING worth 30c per yard, closing price f. 25o PEPPERELL 10-4 BROWN SHEETING worth 27 l-2c per yd closing price, 22 l-2c TURKEY RED DAMASK, best made, regular price 40c per yd., closing price 26c Ladies' Waists, just as good as new, worth 50c and 75c, now...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 22 July 1904

r$v9 ft m !r ' v. rf , yp c '."I Eft ji p - f p i " B-V V in - s us- Ci!'v : t- 9 f 1 c A I ' V-ofc illi.iri Big Shoe Sale "'3. : 3 200 Pairs Shoes at Half Price; Vtv ... X This for one wdek only commonoing SATURDAY, JULY 33, X and closing Saturday night, July 30th. Lowest prices ever X known on shoos since Bartlett was established. Baby Slippers 2oc Misses' " 50o, 75o, S1.00 Ladies' ' .. ' 50c, 2.00 Men's " 50c, 1.25 Bargain Counter Shoes, good quality 50c Men's Shirts 30c 6 Pair Good Sox 25c All other goods at out prices, before buying elsewhere. T.J. EUBANKS, Bartlett, : : : Texas H-- She TRIBUNE &,. F- Cates Editor $ Prop. Sntered as second class mail matter at tba Bartlett postofflco. Local notices 8 1-8 cts. per lino for each oartlon. Ail advertisements continuodun- 'ardorsd out unless otherwise specified. "Terms One Dollar a Year- A fellow in an eastern city got t'jnad the jother day and shot a street car conductor because he 1 refused to give him a transfer. ' The jury, ...

Publication Title: Bartlett Tribune, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 22 July 1904

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