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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 30 September 1904

-f u h 1 " i h rt I V. " 'v L V J . iii Il j ( iromnttmiwrommromm 't i i ' . W I 3 ' T ' 3'' m SM w Whatever we Have is New.. THAT'S THE WHOLE STORY IN A NUT-SHELL. During our big sale in July we sold everything old. You are invited to come eund see, with the assurance that nowhere else in Bartlett can you find such assortments from which to select. Below we men- tion some specials for next week: Special Attention is Called to Our Big Remnant Sale. 500 pieces White Lawn, 1 to 6 yd lengths, regular price 2oc yd, at 12, l-2c 400 pieces Sea Island Percale, 1 to 8 yd lengths, reg. price 12 l-2c. at 8 1-3 5000 " " " half yd length, regular 10c yd, at 2o a piece. Many of these remnants are enough for a girl's school dress at a great saving. 1 CLOTHING- ! CLOTHING- ! I CLOTHING ! ! ! DO YOU DRESS WELL ? You will always dress well if you wear clothes bearing the brands, "MA- JESTIC" and "SCHWAB CLOTHING CO." They are equal to fine tailor-made clothes at about one half the price. We are excl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 30 September 1904

r u .'- r F 7K 5' r' '- l..h'. PA 4 Ifh ' A v ,.., .."n -,-.. ,,..- -,S?5LT.,ry , i iiiiiw TWWiww i i ii ii in - - - - - n T T , , , -C JtS I r' li,,"jLUI " ' - " r"- ,yL "ttiiJiXUuyJA tun ..'I'.ji i ii I'll l ri, .piiiM. 1. 1 ,i ..,'!.",' j,'.. , ..'.v.,1.,..1. "..: .-. . . .'-.., , .... .,.,, .... , . . - I V 'yS ' AN. 1 JLJRtPj. I " ' 2W Mil I- INFRV 25 ;-: ,' ur Autumn Exhibit of Fine Millinery will be W1 ; - . . . -li. , T" .1 1 uesday, October 4th, 1904 FROM lO A. M. TO T P. iTI. Grandest display of Pattern Hats ever shown in Bartlctt. Every lady cordially invited to attend, assuring; you that you are welcome whether purchasers or not. Walton RAILROAD TIME TABLE. Day train South 2:87 p. m Iay train North 1:47 p. m. Night frain Sputh 11:14 a. m' Night train North ....- 4:40 a. m, LOCAL MENTION. Attend tho meeting. Yours to please, Collier Monroe New lot of Jewelry at Whitlow's It is at Monroe's Drug store. '" f Mr. "W. G. Smith is on the siok ; 'list. ' t Fresh fish at Frank Kn...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 30 September 1904

A 5 j) .3 p ,Hi V ,v l o I J? & fc1 EW li 3V iiiT ''JV , li. ' is;r - ' itiet .. in? ir . .. C " ft K 'W i J i 'O, ; . i ) i .-if1' ifn .Ar$ ln". ' ' Iftv iftKl. ' VtfSF k 1 A .; WW. , m f :v m f-j 'h,lt tf. ! ! i N r V Tn' fM ,,t-ft Ji wijuV jstmrmtm y f ?, iV " Si ?rV"nfl'T'l,jw trMiffriwr"trw')lr'" For cotU'T'i cejdsfcronJ use un. u , in. ' v lungs c .imp p Aver C'ii.Tt v I ! X; li 1 i. B Always keen a bottle of it in H the house. We have been l) savins th; fjr f) scjit,, aad tf to h-ve tr i r1 cor. 'tin o . il Tin c 'nl V 'i ' II 111 h fill I )! ! ll i n I 1 . 1 I t 114 I .or all 11 iu.il 1 ' K irj tui - ll.s T Ti Vim.OB, VifcltlMm.Mii" Ac 'i(c im .i r AMtlTO. ti All i'i " . In ' M u f -iCCVU MmwM .nu-.owg i iii&ura&s! kffrttttWGMXX3X2X$ttf&IM?ffSWKMIi Qt - -"" -- - .-- TJH uai,, U.1UiMMTcT..r! sary. Aia naiuro wun rtvor s i-i s. WIDE-AWAKE EAST TEXAS. A Giant Is Awakening from a Van Winklean Sleep. It is estimated that during the present season more than 35,000 ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 30 September 1904

V y, ros 'tr r-v, ,f ' . J I . . K V. .iS.'WJ .'.'Wr' -.(. kae7w .,'.' I'-.y ''ifl OVER THE COUNTRY. A6ft 94 "i". r- (E AAt Br mi' f"'" c . Ik' I & A I 4 Mi . Li' imvvv Rk- It ''' w- tr s IVT I'JiiJw . lfv u k Ui " & V. it ft r.v i .a c ' & t- 182 " J. . .?'? ' r G. Katcliell and Miss Eliie Pool )t who live near Granger, were re- cently united in marriage. W. D.. .Smith has bought his partner's interest in the Dunn & Smtyh store at, Corn Hill. j, M. jarrell of our city recently ff Ipurcliased.the George Evans farm 'near .Lan.eport, paying $ooo for same. Granger Times. The pecan crop is beginning to ripen and' being gathered. It said the. crop is not very large, but the fruit is' larger tnan usual. Gi'ddings- was visited by a dc- " 'striictive fire Sunday night, in which, five buildings in the center ' jjf the business district were destroyed. John Edwards' little daughter1 'picked io pounds of cotton last 1 Friday. She is only "six years old and weighs 31 pounds. Hol...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 30 September 1904

Hw tlj H Fte ! -r 51 i 4VVe4 'V a . 5, , si " V - 1 - ., ", .ll-My i e -,., - . . - , . H t K" K7 .f r M ' I v I!j VJ, , -fS -tn in , . ?- CTfa First National Bank gj Daraeir, lexas lJpened July 1, 1900, with capital of $25000, now h'as ovor $90,000 deposits, and over $10,000 sur- plus and undivided profits, after paying lib- oral dividends each year. ft 'bWe are amply able to take uubiuuss, uu lb grout ur small. X. C BAILEY, Cashier. J. L. BAILEY, President. fr.'r Local Mention. Drake sells it for less. New lot of Jewelry at Whitlow's New goods are rolling into Bartlott. Try Whitlow for pianos and or- gans.' UttC JUU OblfcLhUU tUD UUUUiOU Wschool? it s nuy ivitcuiean salt at Lawrence ;&on. iGo to meeting at the Christian church. tresh beer always on tap at W. Albrecht's.. SV Q. A. Lindemann has return- ; ! from the World's Fair, Fresh honey, strained and in i.uiuu ai L.itvici,i: ix onus. ; J. y " Q. K. Washing Machines. $6, atajamett naraware o. .. - trii 1 j.-- lur jnuizuauour...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 7 October 1904

.M HH W'V r - tt ' 7iJf- S USD. m .ff l e??is. Htf?. : .r kpjfr'-" TOk Jll ftl'V F4: I'v :"-. mn " " n . u r n. WT -, 1 "A, ,n .-si lit 1 ii I (??? --v I 'l'i l-Uje- .pattlett ;!ffobtttu& F. CATES, Editor. ; IMIrtMlfJJlMiJ WBare in RIGHT vCjrOOIi3 trasai any to see our stock and get or goodso We .than any house in Bartlett. E line of goods ever shown here. 3377-Ldlei' W!t. i Sires 82, SI, 30,33, 40 Juchca bust measure. Junior League Program. Following is the program for Oct. ;: Subject ' A Crown o Righte- ousness" 2nd Tim. (4: 5-8.) Leader Miss Annie Hair. Song. Praver. ' dCV Rool dall, answer to Scripture lesson by League. ' v Song. Talk, by Superintendent. Bible Reading Miss Myrtle T jl JRqberts. S.r 'Select heading Scott Laugh- in. Recitation Margreat Schrool'-. Recitation Era May Allen. Song. Leading Oil Operator. , Dan J. "Harrison, formerly of the University of Texas, now a lead ing oil operator aVBatsbn, is here for a few$$ys "viiftingjj jfr(ends. Mr. Har,riagn stated tha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 7 October 1904

'! t. J-V l':s rt 1 !" , ') I A i ! " e "a: u t,.C Mr A k t tt , - - .'".r: I fit, r(?, . r-v & 1. .-!( H', .! . ' vV' HH;t"'-t..t..M-l-l-M-I-I"H"I"I"I"M-H-H-4' FOR SALE! - . . SSo !zt fine state of cultivation, 2oo in pasture. J VjI iTrrri w-'c?ot Hixalli tuwu uvw JwiJ wvviiiii5 iiuuo) vvvi hi S"-" i Soo, good barn and Five rent houses, with wells and cisterns and plenty of stock water. Forty head;!of Short Horn Durham cattle. Will sell cat- tle with the farm if purchaser wants them. There is also 125 acres of Timber land in 8 miles of the farm, will sell with farm if - ,r '- II ,T,M -. -WW,. r :AwnnTPn SM NWill sfill all or a nart of the above 85o j7:, '4-. .- 'h -wo I l-io io nno r acres. 1 1 no 10 uiic -i ,1,'v .inBell or Williamson ,43: &3: and .terms call on or KOLLMANN & GATES, R.eal Estate Agents. BARTLETT, .i4-H-H-Hr iVTVTTTj TTTT "lS6e TRIBUNE a? & .F- Ctates Editor $ Prop. jf Entered as Second-class Matter at the Postoffice, Bartlett, Texas. trGncti. notic...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 7 October 1904

lPvfV. WTTtWTb1? 'A- 0" , ! J. 5 i A fu A. M 1 6' A i .. f " PR- Ml ' r r V. V 1 ' tf . .'MfJ "' if Bs' U &' r ?tf ai w It ', nw IM'v ... 852 At i 2 V3 Si. III, 'Ci. K.5t .r. k-- K,' & E 'Hi Aprs To be sure, you arc growing old. But why let everybody See it. in your gray hair? f Keep your hair dark and rich !tnd postpone age. If you will aitf Vigor '-Km1v tic Avor'i Hair Vinr - ot -" '? -"" :". yyuf gray hair will soon have ;11 the deep, rich color of iyouth. Sold for 60 years. . " I m now 0Tr-W ion old, tnd i dt thick, clour hed of lung hair which ! won4r fo Tcrr on who It, And not , ftr hair In It, all duo to Arar'a Hair Vlror." ' '. ' MRS. U. K. mJMTI,llclU, Mlun. fl.M a bottle, AIMJjuitjrtjtj J. C. ATM CO., liwoll. Mall. for White Hair Horrible Acoident. Belton. Tex., Oct 1. This n owing at 7 o'clock, while work- irg in the oil mill, Henry Pink- ston, a young man 25 years old, Wafl caught in a cog wheel and and before he , could extricate -himself hfa right arm was torn ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 7 October 1904

' & ''"V; XT i K Five Minute ; - u -C 'm k M &- Five mihvitesirt our Big Store will open anyone's eyes to tn'eHBlv&fi i- -- : 'J-ii: X.1 i hi MM i: c Lj. . . .:'' -.wP '3 3A t (j II i A-ft1 ff 11 II Mnrr tf "V b.l -T.-W 7" H1Hl R-Qir ft & rTkTT CT -fc X TTTlK i-X - -. Rk w. - .. ' V'5rl-,WPP- f9? kmwM ftiiM ii fvi.f'fi ii taViiMtfitii tut lift tt m ttt tttttatiu tt mjMRiMivmiii111 !Mii,HimimmiiiMi ,ir" Ml Ml I l Ml 1M III 111 III liriilfllllllllJI'lllIrlllTflll.T.IIlI.fTMrllTTlI'Ilflfl I II I I I, I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I l I I I 1 I I I I I I I I I III I III I I i I II I.I I I I I I I I tl . '-!. ;v Right II 1 LI It? J ai w M iGlOtM.W , j..fc 'B- 7 - j . -v n n, r w M'WM M. WVMkJ . k j r y '.;, " he;! r. I W ' SI,' to Ik-, I-.. , 'A III 4 - (t i,ii'' s -gz? You will see hero Iianan & Son's'fihb shoos for mon; Drew-Solby fmo shoes for-Ladies; Hamilton-Brown shoos for both Ladies- tand Gentlemen; the newest colors in Majestic OJpthing; the swellest things i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 7 October 1904

S Wi r r", ."' i t ' ' V . '. 'H'f OUR FALL AND WINTER ,;, -,"'( ', .' ; ' ' JLw JlL IW. ,j J ' kv ' :; i- . . 1 , r. ' itWW'-VJ ' "''" ' ' Illl Illl II llll I Mil ! Mllllll MU ( L-UILM I 3? ') fir - t -;' : """v ir85 "' i""""Vi ) ff T t i-.. 116 fir'' WHY s ; life J i Lft' 8 f. ' it; IVfc JM , IV u rc- I". 'M in $ ft rf., - t.'-'V',- IT-1 i ?.. .j "- - .,:' ;(;.wiLL begin.... 'Mondayr'October JOth, ' 1904. -:. v Lo.ok .Out For our- Big Circular ! . '''" HERE IS A SAMPLE OF ' ' ! .-. , ; j 1- ; V W ifr,J,fs?-. Tit ii. vJ ' I With every pair of our Men's Patriot Shoes. The knife is worth 1.00 and is presented by thb manufacturer in order to quickly introduce the shoe You should see it. G6od for 30 days. Staple Check Gingham, the 7 l-2c kind, Cotton Plaid, good quality, 5c kind, 86 inch' Sea Island domestic,' Gc kind, Standard Calicoes, worth oc, Lonsdale Green Ticket, the 10c kind, 5c 2 'l-2c 4i-2c 5 !-2c 7 1.2c No remnants or short length FRE KNIFE The manufnp nrer of our Men's Pati...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 7 October 1904

'V yoooooooooooobooood BARRETT NATIONAL BANK Successor H CAPITAL, $35,000.00. to JOHN T. BARTLETT, Banker. : : : : : : : : : : Open for Business July icSth, 1904. '. ,mi' 4 ' a 1 Wa solicit your business and offer to depos- itors absolute safety. Our oashior is under a heavy bond for the faithful performance of his duty, Our uafe is insured against burglars and fire. , Our directors are conservative business men, wfaovby honest effort have made and saved a, " nice(little fortune. We think that if they can ,nm)c and save money for themselves, they are riapafelo of caring for your deposits. , OFFlcERS Una, Mary A. Bartlett, President, John T. Bautlett, Vice-President. J, B, Benbon, Cashier. -. ' DIRECTORS: (Has. MARY A. Bartlett, John T. Bartlett, T. B. Benson, 1 J-F. P. Downs, E. C. Haeber, W. T. Cox, W. H, Homeyer. IflOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQOOOOOOOOOO Local News. fry'- f WtlCE 10 ADVERTISERS. ;.if 'All changes m "ads must ',J be infthis office by 9 o'clock iiVedneaday morning of each week. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 7 October 1904

vr;- '' n "i H ' 4 4 OVER THE COUNTRY. '-' '- . '0. y( x ;w Srf . "i ,n J &.' ., t-tV mT- ffT' F's5ft-- ww- wr .. " Thero are-25 prisoners in the , .Georgetown jail. "; Belton is now entitled to a free ,)'tfJUvery which will bo put in .-operation at an early date. " Dr; McClenehan, diod at hia residence in Oenaville last Fri- t'day. Ho waa an agod physician. .- V The cotton yard has averaged 100 bale a day this woe! far in advance of this time last year. Tn the neighborhood, of 3200 bales ,has been recievcd here so far thta season. Holland I'rogross. C, R. Alexander and wife of 5i- fJ Synder Texas, passed though IW: 1 . "y'h lorormn Thuri Horenoo Thursday mornine: oa- ' route for Corn Hill where they Vill.remain indefinitely. Videtto. Mr. Joe Bruner a Bohemian living in West Granger has boon siokwith typhoid feyer for 68 days he is1 now improving.. Mrs. Bru ner Jb now down with the same malarial. Times. Up to going to press there have been. 1437 pales of cotton ginned in Leander...

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

,HHMMNr rtM I'fTTj I"""" l T J f iine rirsx iationai oauK Bartlett, Texas Opened July 1, 1000, with capital of 25000, now $ ?io,s over ;pyv,yuw deposits, ana over $j.u,uuu sur- ' plus and undivided profits, after paying lib- oral dividends each year. '( ,' f, We-are amply able to take care of you and your i US, C. BAILEY, Cashier. J. L. BAILEY, President. .-v 9-444'e ' ' " ' ! ii-ij " ;ii , ' : r t-rv ;' .' , c (fjH "k --"i i n me 1 , ,.. ,-, -.. ',:';-"-"' f V tfk 1 I Pi P A I 1 A E5H3 ra m tffj'm f B mHH M 'vy r .y'iB ft I.HII !! .A0K-3 W&A I II I I P I mlRi m M b il"' ''' I IIIIII 1 Ul 1 M 11 1 ll P it I II Tj's ';' I a -M K.v ; ! L Is imw mrntnli&ird in nil linc asirl .xAi frfWaMW 1fcMWIWIWWWllilPWMMllMMW1iMI .: "J u w- ', . ' . -Orake sells it for less. ; tjlcv lot of Jewelry a-. Whitlow's -Jack Lynoh of H6iddnheimi m & ,,, vsra here this week. , , " Way, Whitlow for pianos and or- StlS. iS S. Summers of .Waco was &ere yesterday. Jl i-.; iVlir-Iurt'i c:il- nf ' ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 14 October 1904

iy7rW wtwkt '.t-w mrwm W" ' W 1 '.- m ; A A a". '.'' . i y ' IV StlTiiJIX iOTwmc ?fltrwr t"9- WWV: ri . 1 1 jH rfttf 4 NT r r . .. 11 ., v kft b ., , r V tV -t" R(. . l 1 Wi W .J- i ! fk ffc rt !, . , v snr.i .- w: f! m :? a? W P'Ss. if t e re- m ! i .. 4 f K. . if' 3s 'U 'W ,,' I? I''!" i r R. F. .CATES, Editor. 4-H-H-H-i 4 1 I i i 4-W4-W--H-HH4-WHM-I Junior Lieague Program, Following is the program for Oot. 16. Subject 4,A Crown of Life," James 1, 12, Rev. 2, 10. Leader MisaMontie Cameron. Song. , Roll oall, answer by Scripture. Song. Reading lesson, by leader. 1 Prayer. Talk, by Superintendent. Bi&lo Reading Miss Hattie , Eastland. ' Select eading rMiss Mabel flf nnlmr jl mM J 5.E.CORNER FRANKUN ST.&LoMAX PLACE bA l 11 1 B 1 C WE ARE REPRESENTED BY W frf Iff 11 Em )) '5'00 PROGRESSIVE MERCHANTSfl If B ft dMS? Jf COVERING EVERY STATE IN THE UNION fllA V fL DOUBLE fflSSHffli HiffiS. 3BUTT0M..j BREASTED VMfittHWJHK iMlMlMlWAlljvlflK CUTAWAY SACK ft llSEEOUR SAMPLES QUARTER O...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 14 October 1904

,7 fW . ' . - I. "Cty A." r I? 1 Ik . i 13 5, u 1 . 1 t o in. 00000000000000000600000000 00000000000000000000600000 , Ov , VWWWV NB Vf -r!'i-Trk'o l IHMM XTl.JLVWIIZylW Z5 ' 3 ' a MEAT flARKET Cotton Is High! .3 4' a W ' -': If you want tho very bost-of moats, I am pre- pared to furnish them. Boof, Pork, Sausage, Pressed Beef, Breakfast Ba- con, and Ham. Also FRESH LARD. D. B. McKenzie, Prop. 1i "N V' 4 (V , ' ; ' k Sw ; m i , .v , X BUT oooooooooooc&ooooooooooooooocKxx&ooooocaeooooooooooo .?! j " ' OTfl ". t i . r 'm ,mff Ji 3k j W, 3 f pf1 tf xr ' i:r .. B" I,' . Mi IB . hC A 1 1 e w I o Qoods are Cheap! NOW IS THE Time To Buy. Bring Your Produce of edl kindsfrom an old hen to a bale of Cotton, I will buy it. .: -jfc i "T .VV. P. HOLLAND.. 'M y"4 J" ,S6(? TRIBUNE K A J1- Cae5 JSor Pro;?. (Entered as Second-class Matter at the V Postoffice, Bartlett, Texas. l.'.LoCftl notices 8 1-8 cts. per lino for each iwtioD. Ail advertisements continued un- oruersaoui uuioss oinerwise s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 14 October 1904

"tff a (', ?$ .p V .1 m If ir' Jt &? tl "'"v 8V- ' FSs tf'V :. uujm uumaimiHasrvxarammzxmTMim i jjB One dose of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral at bedtime prevents night coughs of children. No croup. No bronchitis. A Cherry Pectoral doctor's medicine for all affections of the throat, bron- I chial tubes, and lungs. Sold for over GO years. "Unwanted Ayor'i Cherry I'cctornl In my family (or clplit years. Therein nothing equal to It for rniiRht and cnldi, especially forclill- dreii." Mna, v. ll. IiitYUBit, Shelby, Ala. J. O. ATErt CO., for IXOMMMi'nsMnuuaml l.nwoll. Mas. Koop tho bowols open with ono of ' Avar's Pills at bcdtlmo. lunt one. RAILROAD TIME TABLE. Day train South.. ..-. 2:37 p. m Kay train North 1:47 p. m. Night train South ! 11:14 a. m. Night train North 4:40 a. in. LOCAL MENTION. Yours to please, Collier Monroe " Jtfew lot of Jewelry at Whitlow's It is at Monroe's Dnig store. Yam potatoes at W. G. Smith's. , L. P. King came in from Waco yesterday. Fresh fish at Prank Knarvek'...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 14 October 1904

J J ' , J-1. r ft My- " L.vtV - -fw te ' . a' If :V' IS' , 'i r I ll.T. 3 ' (-' si .u -j BARTLETT NATIONAL BANK, CAPITAL, $35,000.00. Successor to JOHN T. BARTLETT, Banker. : : : : : : : : : : : : : Open for Business July 16th, 1904. Wo solicit your business and offer to depos- itors absolute safety. Our cashier is under a heavy bond for the faithful performance of his duty. Our safe is insured against burglars and fire. Our directors are conservative business men, who by honest effort have made and saved a nice little fortune. We think that if they can make and save money for themselves, they are capable of caring for your deposits. OFFICERS! Mrs. Mary A. Bartlett, President. John T. Bartlett, Vice-President. J. B. Benson, Cashier. DIRECTORS: Mrs. Mary A. Bartlett, John T. Bartlett, T. B. Benson, P. F. Downs, E. C. Haeber, W. T. Cox, W. H. Homeyer. 'OOOCOOOOCXXXXXXOCXQOOOOOOO0CX5O Bell County Appointments. Hon. R. L. Henry announces (appointments to speak in Bell 1 bounty at the fo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 14 October 1904

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 14 October 1904

"k;fm . , a1 ' r ( . n . ttttlTtWt'fttffHtffYtftTm'TTtTnmtfttrHTT! Five Minutes in the .rv.v. t" ?! Right r,f-vi fv V Si? s : w. V; ' e w jt X ldJ m Five rriirrutes in. our Big Store will open anyone's eyes to the advan. tages offered in. every line of staple merchandise. You will see hero Hanan & Son's fino shoes for men; Drow-Selby fine shoes for Ladies; Hamilton-Brown shoos for both Ladies and Gentlemen; the newest colors in Majestic Clothing; the swellest things in all Wool Dross goods; tho world's loading brands of Calicoes, Ginghams and Percales; the best line of Ladies and Gents Underwear; the largest lino of hosiery in Central Texas; Cotton Flannels, Outings and Flannelettes galore; Blankets from 4oc pair to $7.50 pair. Pretty Rugs from 25c to $7 50, Many other things too numerous to mention. WHY NOT BUY THE BEST. 'iPT They Fit im XvYtk They vifer ,v5f o n t i n u e 1M to Fit. - ImS JyT by hold" jmm r inS their (jiy&&w shape. ill MNANT I 1 1 1 U U B fl Ginghams, ...

Publication Title: Bartlett Tribune, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 14 October 1904

l' l "( , .. '. i '' V 'M. v H . trj TThe First National Bank BKHTAi ! t ft V. l o-u..- I , I. V in . IV v,i I to Wl J !,' J I-4 . .1 " VM m Via?; v 7J3 .aHn 'W .A , .v' - ' I iK ' r 4 f'(i ,-.T dfi L! Bartlett, Texas Opened July 1, 1900, with capital of $25000, now , haa over $90,000 deposits, and ovor $10,000 sur- t plus and undividod profits, after paying lib- eral dividends each year; Wo are amply able to take business, be it C. C. BAILEY, Cashier. i4O0ie4e4Oe 2Local Mention. j Drake selts it for less. .' o "New lot of Tewelrv .it Whitlow's V,1 ' ,'? W. J. Wior, who lives near . Prairie Dell, was here yesterday ! r ' T HfLMu... f... . .-,.. ; try vvniuow ior pianos ana or lv'l'r . Mr. ntinn TVTj.fJinnia miirla n business trip to Dallas this week. Buy Michigan salt at Lawrence & Son's. T. H, Decker is hauling out lumber to; build a new residence if "on fais farm. f a 'Regular meals served at E. t Montgomery's restaurant for 25 cents. ,t Roife Shaver and family who fifefid nea...

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