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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 22 July 1904

r ... 1A '"". (.. ' i I IV fc rr7 a TrT'n'T a a a a TrM ivi 35 l A & O THIS CITY EVER SAW! . . ' -rS 1V. i I "!. i "'.? ' M 1 U ty , t fr U li WE ARE NOT IN THETRUST AND YOU CAN BUY 7 spools J. & P. Coat's Thread for .25c Hooks & Eyes 2 cards for . lo Hair Pins 2 pkgs.for lc Poarl Buttons per djz 2c Pins 2 papers for lo War-price Merchants on the hog train now. THE WHOLE IN AN TOWN WAS The People were going two and fro like chained lightning" frr Here in Notions will do S the work.that 20c wjll do elsewhere. : : : : : One lot 75o, 81.00, and S1.25 values in Cor- sets, sale price 10c 30 days is the allotted timo to cut loose. It is a hioney-Baver for you. Get your Clothing now. I WE ARE GOING TO R And let in the sunshine that we propose tj pour out to the people for the NEXT THREE WEEKS as never before by man in this city. Last Satur- day and every day this week this store has been a seething mass of humanity Thirty clerks couldn't wait on the multitude. New methods and n...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 22 July 1904

f IK-'' itlhiY ".1k ' J k1 flMBI'M.-UL - 'I, l,l, I LJJJJJJIU ll.ll i)l IHIliii.iilu n I iHUILMIHHHM I .11. 'HI jjilll J . I MTl. .. - Ill u un,ll I n Ill llll I nil . H ', - ' J T t "rei ., ," , JVjf t J t j 1 1 : J t 1 1 1 t, t r'- s 1 1 1 : t f 1 1 1 : tttitt 1 1 t ? :t::i 1 1 1 1 1 s 1 1 j 1 1 t j f t 1 1 j j j 1 1 1 1 1 1 j 1 1 : 1 1 t 1 1 : t : i : t : t 1 1 tfyim M H PR' , X2" mm - . 1 m ' . ' ;'-- 4 V ' OF THE i . ' tirijnLfigaiJU3LJBJAgMLPiiauLi-u.uEiiajuuiwJiiu BEGINNING Saturday M orning, July 16th n - . '' ', C IS' Ch frC NIlM V WE embarked upon a new enterprisethe launching' of THE WALTON DRY GOODS C0.,which shall be a store as thoroughly satisfactory and as nearly perfect as we can make it. To celebrate this occasion we shall inaugurate a sale second to none, for value giving, in the history of Bartlett. No hurrah nor catchpenny devices0 There will be, however, a store filled with netful rlpsireflhlft m&rahandz& ti nrires tfmf vnii will frw ! pleased to pay. I ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 22 July 1904

... ' i V ,s V -it jJ-X HV 1! ,12 1-iC i .. ir 7t5) 1 rf" 'W' Ui" - E ''" fefe , .. r ff ', I- , t P . . -m; 6ft. Ii'?SS. .!':. . . v I 1" ' i'H"!)l ky p. IA VUVf . " ii ur T II. " ,?' . .. 4 mk ft-? i , .il s.:;! WJW Bt'BA.WIKP . - ! S sf i;;- Kif ,: m . ". W- W Krf' BARTLETT NATIONAL BANK, CAPITAL, $35,000.00. Successor to JOHN T. BARTLETT, Banker. :::::. :,::::::: Open for Business July 16th, 1904. You have to your credit in this Bank the good will, kindest regards and -best wishes of tho Offioers and Directors of tho Bank. It will give us pleasure to Berve you, when occasion may offer, and we extend to you a cordial invitation to make the Bartlett 'National Bank your headquarters when you are in Bartlett. A room has been roserved in the Bank for the use of visiting friends and customers, where mail may be received and answered. With ample capital and facilities for handling any and all business we solicit and will appreciate your business. In return we promise to extend every ac...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 22 July 1904

k $ ,! L -' im W 1 Qoxiniy Itenris ' Mrs, J. H. MnrShnirdled at her W rf homo in Rogers a few days ainco. Tho' residence of T. L. Smith at Tomple waa destroyed V)y firo last Saturday. Mr. J. E. Eubanlc and Miss Hattio Tatom of Georgetown, wore rooently married. Mr. Chas. Emerson and Miss Elsie Salyer, two popular young people of Jonah, were recently .married. Rev. L. W. Preddy reports that a farmer near Minerva has netted $250 on five acres of cantaloupes. Rogers News. Emil Bohrna of near Walburg was kioked on the head by a horse last Thursday and seriously injured. The celebration at Katy Lake last woek was attended by about 4 7,500 people, and was a grand success in every particular. The vote in Milam county for representative was as follows -Jno. C. Crunk, 1,120; 0. F. Mc- l Anally. 1,109: Dr, Miller, 1,397. According to reports from the farmers, the Temple territory is not suffering muohjfrom boll wee- vil depredations or any other de- structive pests. Tribune. The sheriff and h...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 22 July 1904

5ji I " i 1 ( ! r1 Ti t ' ' "M - ". t " t . " j j f jik. ym k smis'm sH, j" jm fcs. F "v P 4fe K! 3 The Fifst National Bank! Bartlett, Texas " ,J Opened July 1, lOOO, with capital of $25000, " isi " has over $90,000 deposits, and over $10,000 j 1 Nl 3 now sur plus and undivided profits, aftor paying lib- , oral dividends each year. We are amply able to take caro of you and your ' businoss, be it great or small. '"$ C4 C. BAILEY, Cashier. J. L. BAILEY, President. ! I U-5 V ." "4 RAILROAD TIME TABLE. fi i i ly Iram Soutu - - 2:37 p. m , '&f train North 1:47 p. m, iff V Night trsln South 11:14 a. m. X, i Hfcht train North...,.- 4:40 a. m. . . yjr Vi I ii " IS-- i . s 4. LOGAL MENTION. r.v ' ' "" 'Mrs. Mary Ritohey- visited m in aco this week. ' Buy flour from Drake. Guar- anteed. - Jack Puddy went to Belton 3oaday Fruit iars iust received at Law- & - . ff.'Cr. V r.GU,c U.UU11. k k e. KV! I S ,, 'i . -j- W. G. Bridges went to George- town Monday. See M. P. Lawrence & Son for...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 29 July 1904

ij pifUett tpitani ? i.'' - - v & JF. CATES, Editor. BARTIiETT, TEXAS, JULY 29, 1904. VOL. XiX. NO. i A " ,! . IftVkr-'1 '.' ' " ff M'.'&fatl Ti.f f-f ?.??!. tl V 4 4 " r "rn i v! """"!7l - V vwsi yi .4'' ' m. ft x ?B & & lT '' i.Jfi. i -J ' V- 33 f;..w ' V"-' ,. ,T-:: k&. -.:.$" '-(' ,, ,:r'M . -'.-.SVl Ax 7. rL r, . ' 7 .-.',-V 3. , " -T " 'i X HCW L -'j ' .-V 1 t'ify"' 33 ' rv &5kV " n - K3 0 VT. $ ti --. ", nZ,& ?Zixli m . 'ntlt.i' T; ,4 k- Aijj,,; r,; tf. '!' We M'"i GREATLY We are closing oit oir summer goods to medke room for our mam- -moth stock of NEW FALL AND WINTER STOCK, soon to ao-rive. ' Be Sure and GET YOUR PART OF THOSE BARGAINS we are. offering for the next few weeks. Seeing is believing. So be sure and see our goods and get our prices before you buy. Ty J. M. ALLEN." a ? W-W-i-H-4- vtr far. Robinson Arrested.' "acd Timos-Hcrold. Sheriff Balcer last night re- ceived instructions from the sher- v Iff of "Williamson county to arrest Austin ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 29 July 1904

W Wr ..fff -? TmpTJorr -l , jr o I .- i ) 1 S' 0i T si i .- Oil J .1 rV ?- & ' Q l w. 3- - to- f . .-... m X - M - M - t - H - t - M Big Shoe Sale 200' Pairs Shoes at Half Price. This tor 6ho Week only commencing SATURDAY, JULY 23, and closing Saturday night, July 30th. Lowest known on shoes since Bartlett was established. Baby Slippers Misses' " Ladies' " Men's " Bargain Counter Shoos, L Men's Shirts 6 Pair Good Sox ..... All other goods at out prices.1 before buying elsewhere. T. J. EU Bartlett, : Vt-H-H-HK-H-H-H-H-W 5he TRIBUNE &. F. Cates Ediior $ Prop. .nteccd as socon class mail matter at tb Bartlett postoffico. Jjoal notices 8 1-3 cts. por line for each .jtsrtion.. jlll advertisements continued ua- vwderel out unless.othorwiso DOcifled. ' , v - TFcrms One Dollar a Year- ti-' M- dispatch from Taylor to the , j ,Austin Statesman says: Con- tfcary to expectation of republi- J. , .onaiT'oT.I TT Tlrnlro nf Austin has Y' XIW W - - - fciff ' ' declined to become a candidate ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 29 July 1904

' rt - 1:1 . n vr -- -t k u "wxiei s yAwwlv1 1 - .Jv V " ri 'v- sr?" W''- . J ft 1 T srei- M' it tv & V Ayers Falling hair means weak hair. Then strengthen your hair; feed it with the only hair food, Ayer's Hair Vigor. It checks falling hair, makes the hair Hair Vigor grow, completely cures dan- druff. And it always restores color to gray hair, all the rich, dark color of early life. , irlrVIof. Hqiiicklr topped the Ulllngmd JftEUECCA. . AtXKK, Kllibetti, N. J. f 1X0 a bottle. iHiimSSiimaam for J. c. ATKit CO., Ixiwell. mum. Letter Prom Manila. Manila. P. I., May 23, 1901. Mr. J. H. Lineberger. Bartlett, Tex., Dear Friend I am Borry not to have written you before this, but time is always passing here, but to return to the old adage, "bet- ttrlate than ever," I proceed to give you a little account of my- Belf. First of all, I hope you are weH. You will perhaps remember that on March 4, 1903, while go- ing to Georgetown with a prison- er, we met and paid my brother, Peter Schramm,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 29 July 1904

"-r &ttWMt?mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmtmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmwii 'i, r J, THE A Bargain Battle Continues! 4 'V.S.J IOT rvva Lj-Vj" Ml Bfr1!? 'yi- f "i niTJ if1" ' .$ PV.fc Got 'Em Breathing Hard Now. From now until midnight, Aug. 10th, the battle rages, There will bo no rest. PRICES DO THE WORK and the peo- ple crowd our store to piok up the many bargains offered 'em.- Wa are n Jt in the trust and still sell Coat's Thread, 7 spools 25c Cash Will Do Wonders Here for The Next Two Weeks. We Are About Entering On Gala Days in Bartlett E2 We're pouring out sunshine to the farm- """ or and working man. Not a few leaders 3 to catch the people, but solid bargains g on every item in this store. A visit will -"jj convince you. Don't overlook the S Big Snaps in Towels. E2 The Last Half of This Great Sale Which was inaugurated for the masses and not the classes, and which winds up TUESDAY, AU3UST 10th., AT MIDNIGHT. This sale is a record " breaker in buying, and a delight to all shoppers who are intere...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 29 July 1904

.P"V' " ? ! .'.. ( V , ' "Pn ' J " ; ) lT' !"l Proud of Our Shoes! fa ' , Z1 I i l' r ,' , -. : . Why? " .o-7 . J eotieM(flBttiiaeMtiAoeeeiiHtacMeiAeeeaBiiMaaMMMoeaMnra;i;ssft m " I J 5 5 5 5 1 I I 5 'sj!ji,ijij;ft!!f. v : V" :t::::t;i!Jt!::::::::?:;:::t:::;t::.:.....;ttt. t t ! r ::: t 1 1 ! !t t s t :? ! t j t j ! 1 1 r 1 1 r i j : j t : 1 1 :::::: t j 1 1 : i r : .."' .: ' '-Si mm- vtjwww -. -1 i -si Jl r k KPT .' l-iV IS r . I K. I?-,- w m &. f: 8f bj ' m &. . - ft. ' LV M m- i'Hf: fc C' V .1, it Sfj m m -t i,.ti r.v i. IM.-n u - C ' . "H ! " lis , U a : ? - o. ' BO.. e - - a.a ' - ).. &.. a...- )" o - . ' ' ' It is l universe! foct that people are proud of good shoes--we jre ex- ::jjj; ceptionaaiy proud or oursproid because trvey are made by trie ::? greatest shoe house on the American continent; greatest becaxise of 5::i their unprecedented progress. v v v v STAR BRAND SHOES ARE BETTER. A (ralSk ""y QP J.JM Rvf Only six years ago a few thoroughly experienced shoe m...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 29 July 1904

rrytvwws s , r, t . -. r- : C ' (I 5 ' l 4 I ft. ' . i . ' . H ' ' )ooooooooooooooooooooooooo9 ; iif ,1 MV. El1' -v.. . v w ' s: v , 1. ati'w tu :. oi 'M t ' t& VSt t'' w: Zy.'i BARTLETT NATIONAL BANK, " CAPITAL, $35,000.00. Successor to JoHn T. BARTLETTj Banker. : : : ' : : :' ; ',:, : : : : : Open (or Business July i6th, 1904. ' ' m t You have to your credit in this Bank the good will, " .kindest regards and best wishes of the Officers and Directors of the Bank. It will giye us pleasure to serve ' (y,ou,:wh.6n occasion may offer, and wo extend to you a .cordial inyitation to mako the Bartlett National Bank . your headquarters when you are in Bartlett. A room has been .reserved in the Bank for the use of visitiner friends and custoniore, where mail may bo , , ,-wiui ampte uupibui uim luuinuua lur iiuuuung any uuu u.11 business we solioit and will appreciate your business. In return we promise to extend every accommodation possible consistent with conservative banking. Vs OFFICE...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 29 July 1904

o & . VA M :fev ft sV? t IW r re LH. r! &' .'M i lV' CoMtxty Items. Holland has anothop Cotton Ex- change, with Miss Mtittia Robin- son in Charge. . Chas., the son of Mr. and Mrs. "W D. Wyatt, of Corn Hiil.uioda few days ago, of anpondioitia. uompirouar atopnonu nas ap- pointed Miss Maggie Brown of Corn Hill to a soholbrship in the San Marcos -Normal. A Taylor cotton buyer wagered S10 that 1300 bales of cotton of the early varioty would be mark- eted in Taylor during August. After lingering illnoss.of con- ' sumption, Luther Galtis, the 17 year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Vi Qaltis, died Friday afternoon at the family home, three miles south of Taylor. John W. Hamblen, one of the oldest settlers of the San Gabriel, seption of Milam County, died at his 'home on the San Gabriel Riv- er, near San Gabriel postoffice, Friday,' at the advanced age of 84 years. Taylor, Tex., July 24. M. R. Kennedy and W. S. Brookshire returned yesterday from Llano, where they purchased 180 fine stee...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 29 July 1904

s'"$.l47i'- .'- M. .i ' . .- ' ..,-- . ., r'' o - ' '-s v ' ' T3SSSX W4 Vv ir a. e First National Banks Bartlett, Texas s iOJfopned July 1, 1900, with capital of $25000, now ffh .X ,1 ' M has over $90,000 danosits. and ovor $10,000 stir iV,"1 plus and undivided profits, after paying lib- .i" c rt mi 1 I -l x - -l i- n n n 1 itAntt -, " am uiviuunua uuuu jvui. $2yffl&QT,e ampl.V ae take care of you and your i ;j.i-".j." " 1. ... ...... 1... .A. ....4. AM ... II '.-Mf UUblHOSa. UH lb UIUllO Ul SUllWl. J. L. BAILEY, President. ;i f ,CC. BAILEY, Cashier; O '.AT. y'i " 'tt i ii - l "? I ! Y Rt: Local and Personal. .iV y.i-i-i,f-,. ....,,.,- . . f'V . , n.jj it is- j.. n.: ! ; mi xvohu uiu uruiuuiiuu in una 10- I -fe 'See M. P. LawrCnce & Son for '..!- it . . ''$' everything good to eat. fp ' ?. IVTrff.- find Mrn. Dan f!pnw hivfl r 'i..&irtAv 4-f TJrl lonf? v. oewinj macnines at wjuuow & Br.os. Seetherii. k"N $fr. Chas. Keliehor was in town f'!,. sStor'day on busihesa. A '...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 5 August 1904

, i ' f1 V f . . . V ' Av'. (.,'; ,v. ( '"rA V ' '. kv"',. VfcV ft -F CATES, Editor. BARTLETT, TEXAS, AUGUST 5,i904. VOL. X1X NO. 15. ' S-M-W HK-H-W-H-H-H- t.,fT..TTMtMT..T..I.li i n n n itt i .. aw,' j, - a ' " ' i " , , i.-t- i -J '. -' jPciJt IX-vA-it r ,y.-' M , w. .Tl . -ill T r Eli".." t."i V- ft: ' " " SB.'.n. T ' M s v.. &stf ;! ' , V ij : iPlv ? 4 5V"Ul it,.,. ... ;: i ' '.J m. h .,' K We Are Still Selling Goods At the SAME OLD STAND, where you can buy Merchandise at Greately Reduced Prices. We are closing ojt oir summer goods to maJke room for our mam- moth stock of JEW FALL AND WINTER STOCK, soon ro aurrive. Be Sure and GET YOUR PART OF THOSE BARGAINS we are offering for the next few weeks. Seeing is believing. So be sure and see our goods and get our prices before you buy. ii. - .-- - . - - - - - J I VI r JLw JLrff JUL IN H M4-I-K"H"I-M-H-H-II-H-H"I-M "i- J ( O. R. T. Strike. V JjaOb llVllUUJ ChU 'X J Ull ilWiiJ members of the Order of my Telegraphers employed i v ii...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 5 August 1904

11' jjJ-.w4-I4jjt, -Ml-H-lH-l-l"I-H-H-t-!-H"W-hH' 1 Western Lands 1 3 !., ' 1 j v. i i: v. tf i .'.$ ' iH. Hi i "4 1 . i, v Y ,-K!' "In ' l IW .; ,,?v i i v 6. SI. 'Mi2 j. I? i! 'i w F. 'tf ' ' rM Below is a partial list of RUNNELS CO., lands we have for sale. Lot us sell you a good western home cheap: 220 acres. 125 in cultivation. 2 room house, plenty Water, all under fence, 4 miles from Miles station; 17 acre, lialf down :; 100 acres, 56 in cultivation, all fenced, good house and barn :: located near Miles, $17 acre on good terms. 200 acres, 5 miles from Miles, 125 in cultivation, good 5- room house, barn, well and windmill, cistern; 520 acre, half i down, good time on balance. Also 115 'acres joining the above at same price. 640 acres, 4 miles Miles Station, 200 in cultivation, good 2- stqry residence, barn, fine well of water, all under 3 wire fence Priced 17.50 per acre on good terms. This is a bargain. 20O acres 5 miles of Miles, Q- in farm, balance fine pasture, $1200 worth ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 5 August 1904

Q." A. lis 1 :-. . k?M w irtM : ?' -t. for-1. - $ M"A rI Uat.ii 8.1? 1', SKr sP' a, - (V a tetr. if I $'; K3V . lyvr W - : Btv:- i-: S&. &r : Site. as- Vi ' P: iiTf iiUt., f- St' rre. - ri ps?.. Wv vy ir 'J- lV . 4r. J w. A-v. i i i raTTT 4 -UKsl O ." Don't try cheap cough medi . cines. Get the best, Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, whatia record it has, sixty years of i Cherry Pectoral !,cures! Ask vour doctor if uhe doesn't use it for coughs, colds, bronchitis, and all ,'throat and lung troubles. fc J " I liavo found" that Ayor's Ohorrjr Per torat M Irthe best inoulcluo I chu prescribe. Tor bron emus, lunuonza. rmiKns. aim iinrii cuiup. M. I.OIikman, H.U., Ithaca. N. Y. 5!.,C.,J10. .1. O. ATKIl CO. All firngeint ior Lrtwull, Mm. Bronchitis Correct any tendency to constipa- tion with smalt doses of Ayer's Pills. To The Public. t following are some facts con- cerning the Primary Department of Bartlett Public School: This department of our school is very important. It is here that , t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 5 August 1904

E : -. 'ftfrr.-v ; jrrnr rJw?wm:wsvn ! 1- . ' w F'nuiuji,i'ii,iii,B8BaypBWH mi'iii n iiiim;i,NWWWmwwwM '? & ARE COMING IN CROWDS! f'H THEY CJB' .' irr V ff4 d"rt SvA. . -v i 5k r'x L ' '" ; j. A 1 " si. sr y , You were never able to buy A Gold Dollar for 59c but it is nearly the same thing to buy OTafole X-iIxa.exa. at the prices we make for the next nine days. lITo-wels as cheap as 4c each, up to 39c each, that are worth double in gold in any war price store, and JLiStce C'U.xteilrjLS go for almost a song. THREAD 2C SPOOL. ONLY NINE MORE DAYS OF THIS TERRIFIC, RECORD-BREAKING MONEY SAVING SALE. 9 day$ Mor ar)d tl? atst 5a I tfyis city Q uer savu passes into fyistory. : : : U You will never hayesuch A Chance t o Buy Handkercheifs at prices that makes it almost like finding them. Did you ever get, any before for two for one cent? A good one for lc, some at 2c, 3c, 4c, 5c, 6c, 7cf 8c, 9c, 10c and lie that defies competition to make them at doublo the money. Ladies' fast black hose...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 5 August 1904

JW-KF-T ' T' .. r ' ,' h 1 i V' (., , ' I 0 ,' , , 'ii mmmmmammmtmtBt ' MMtP :- mrnnmmfi nmim i m hhh Mnii m ifiHin n nmBn nn a&p Proud of Our Shoes! w h y ? y s' ,' . -F W . 1. -tf ' . ' 6' H $k, ' is. ""- S i&&' r- - . !&V - m, ,4 fer I " Si Kr It is l universal f act that people are proud of good shoes we ecre ex- ceotionadlv proud of oursproid because they. ..are ma.de by the " greatest shoe house on the :.. . . :: thAir iinnrArRaenTea nrneress. STjflWL BRAND SHOES BBrim Our Stock is "K SAw .11 grades and styles for men, women and children, aid the -; wAtiM siirnrisfi vou. TRY US FOR TOIJW NFTT 3 VJL JLV T vj-vv w - g- j WA -'w'""v?r7 z...MAAMAaiaaiaeaBnaQawvvioovwoowiDvBBooBaBaoaaooaaattaAAA jSS5SSS3SSS55cB5oocoooauGGGceGOOQOOOOOOOOOOQOOooac RAILROAD TIME TABLE. Day train South 2:87 p. m Day train North 1:47 p. m. Night train South 11:14 a. m. Night train North 4:40 a.m. LOCAL MENTION. See W. G. bmith for new honey. Fresh grape nuts at W, G. Smith's. The school ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 5 August 1904

fry i"V- a r c! "i v W rh i Jjft SJ .' ! -v ', f i 8v , '' - l' , tM -: ,'' V )00000000CO00000pN90O000000fQ BART-LETT NATIONAL BANK, $ CAPITAL, $35,000.00. Successor to JOHN T, cy BARTLETT, Banker. : : : : : Open for Business July 16th , 190.4. : : : SPECIAL : : : ",''You havo to your credit in thia Bank the good will, "kindest, regards and beat wishes of the Officers and Directors of the Bank. It will give us pleasure to serve jyou, when occasion may offer, and we extend to you a m cordial' invitation to make tho Bartlett National Bank '' your headquarters when you are in Bartlett. A room has '? tjeen reserved in tho Bank for the use of visiting friends and customers, where mail may bo received and a'nswered: , With ample capital and facilities for handling any and all business we solicit and will appreciate your business. . In return wo promiso to extend ov6ry accommodation possible consistent with conservative banking. -i,, OFFICERS! '.Mrs. TtfARY A. Bautlett, President. John T. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 5 August 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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