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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 4 November 1904

rrf in ft. a', ' . I1 c ,, . ! , x -: mx , .ma w " , I inHmmmtMmmmmmmmmmmmmmm?mnmmmmtt!mmwmmmmmmnmmmmw &s a; b. i Satisfactory Results are the Fruits of our Efforts. Mouty of the good people of Bartlett and vicinity have left our store this Fall loaded to the brim with bargains and none have neglect ed to tell their neighor is why our business has been so satis- factory. This inspires us to offer still better bargains: '.'"'Wi . "j,." I "K Ladies Goods. One lot Ladies Walking Skirts, all wool, and guaranteed, no shoddy 25 per cent off. One lot Ladies Jackets, newest things, lead- I ing colors - 15 per o off One lot muslin underwear - - 25 per o off 100 pair lace curtains 25 per c off All wool Flannels ... 10 per yd Bed Spreads - 25 per c off Towels, all kindfl, - 20 per c off All Ladies Hats 25 per o off Big lot Ladies and Hisses hosiery 33 1-3 per c off. Good yard wide bleached domestic - 4 340 A Beautiful Lot of Dress Outings - 8 i-5c Gents Furnishings One lot newest things in...

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

A Wk vfu i- " ! s b, ' a' fl J (, S" SAY Lv , 'if ' ' I 71 v: fo sfc S'. Cft- '. &'' ir. iL.T'Ji. vataMTJiL r n i u .i s KBBi"f fife If you are looking for a stock of merchandise where only reput- able brands are carriedwhere satisfaction is guaranteed with every purchase, or money back where a pleased custo- mer is first consideration, and above all, where your your money will go farthest then come to Bart- lett's Big Dry Goods Store. PROOF OF THE PUDDlNCtlS A TfMLUL. Give us a chance at your FALL BILL. We have what intelligent buyers are looking for. Walton Dry Goods j- 1 RAILROAD TIME TARLE. Day train South 2:37 p. m Day train North 1:47 p. m. Night train South 11:11 a. m. Night train North ..4:40 a. va. LOCAL MENTION. It is at Monroe's Drug store. Mr. C. H. Smith is on the siok list. Fresh fish at Frank Knarvek's . eyeryuFriday. L. J. Gibson of Corn Hill was here Saturday. If Monroe hasn't got it he will get it for" you. Q. W. Haire of near Granger, was here this week. The n...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 4 November 1904

H'lT, .-, H- -" ' v p' 'a ii-f, '? f, 1 "'. - , ';- $'"" ' "V V-' ff DRAKE'S STOR NEV VS. , ., . t . "" ' -' ' ! , i li.' ' (m ,-.. 'i"i '. . ' n ii j', "i U 3i 1 pailliiiWliiiiiiiiBiilltiBaiiMiill'iiiiiii' , - '" ' . -i. -'m . 'fa ; f a t ? New Line of Ladies Skirts, To go at $2.0d, $2.50, $3.00, $3.50 and $4. , Ml 'H ' - k- AS- ..:$ c .' ,!! i fe i-' V.jfK'l !y ;- V. VI i- c . Ti." .' " J Y Ji,' 'V if V "". & kb HMfiMiaiuiKiH!i!Jiiif.iiiK'ai in-r . ) S. . A t HV Winiwn.flM II ?v ' ' . hide re-SgiS k : "-' ,i'r'-! v $:? RrandlMRAN2 k' .,Hi i s -r : i S" ' . ft l- 1V . " - ' I I New Line Ladies and ChiL. dren's Vests & Union Siits . i To go at 25c, 35c and 50c. f5 New Line Boys Suits, , Sizes from 4 to 1 year old, to go at 1.50, to;3.00 , New Line of Blankets". - T To go at from 75c to 5.00 New Overalls and Jumpers ! Cow JrSfMPMiS L PRICE To go at 1.50, 1.75, and 2.00 a suit. J'jCar Minehaha flour, to go at 1.5o per sack 1-2 car Irish pototoes to go at 85c bushel. 1-4 car su...

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

U WffJWlFTFFmgMnw ',"". re "OVER THE COUNTRY. 6444(4y44M- If.' ,B, ". I V , .. ' ' I- .-.'.. , ", ' " ma - , , r -u. -' - ! .. I " j i ; - .l, ; v '' j. . , j ' (i ' "l-" ,J"""""''"""'" -"-"' '-' l'KMl"''lliaillIIIJUl'WIJI JUiUJMiMIWUMMIjl.4MitiMgjjhll Ill I lll nm .V 1 1 1 1 ' i mi . ',-, r? i It SXx m K2& MM PJiWK m- ":'-' -' f r1 f-iCAt M v .& ." $m SJSi '" w m &: av 'k am?..: mm If- tiJ? ! !$ Mfl IB'..' 1STH & V. vi m. K W- ' ' v. t J. R.; Wilder of Qano wilt movo 'q', Brady. ;&;', Farmers aro now boglnning to - Ji .",-.' nlnni ;M iiaiik giuui uiupui . 'tMr. h. Qrubbloa and Miss Min- , "nio May of Holland were united linjnarriago-lasb Thursday night. tWr t n. v:- u i,i ' '. U .Lt X1.1UU II UO C3U1U the 1500- aore 'Graham; Lake pasture which ,iNw .ho out up into various sized tracts. i w i'V ,'iTho whole pasture 'brought about L'fyV' $4.7(.nnn Rniwrn Maura . ' . H .(jh.h, Vi.i UUU III V. tr ' ' Mnoara I tin firiH A I' Brady k" ' recently purohasod the John .;....

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

w "if. - s j1i j, ; '. - rt . - ' . ' - ".", . . "-".' . "(L '' .!... ...'..'! " . , .1 .. ... L.1..11. "....1.1!"'. .'J ! !. ii i ii i n .ii in -ii i i . . m, mmmmmadi i aim . i mi j am H V . ' . -s..j frfrfrl 'I' II fr;M-l;3-w4H-N44"ftl -WrWW-HW-J.'iJ--H-I-H-l-W, SALES TRADES DAY 1 rt' ' AND LIVE STOCK SHOW TEMPLE, TEXAS. SATURDAY, NOV. 6. 349.00 in Cash and Premiums will be given away that day for the best Live Stock. This contest will be open to Bell and adjoining counties. Temple is centrally located, and We ex- ,,pect to establish this SALE and TRADES DAY permanently "' ;)T.'Wnich will be held on Saturday before the 1st Monday of , ;.. EACH MONTH, and will be devoted entirely to buying' sell- ' $ ng, trading and swapping good stock. A licensed Auction- 's ' eer will be furnished FREE. v& f , r.JSest'tspan of mules City Na- Jt- . juonai jaanK from - 3zu t$$- 2ucL best span of mules mor- ... fe v - chandisa from Cheevs Bros Best. span of Brood mares ?' First National Bank go...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 11 November 1904

V'1 p ' ' ' " v .;Tvr ,. ; ? I .' - - ' ". ." ; : i ' , P- ' ' - v ;".. M -w'H ,n .S .M, '' mihmm ' ' Tti.CATES. Editor. BARTLETT, TEXAS, NOVEMBER 11, 1904. VOL. XIX, NO. 29 hA-' r JIl"I"Ml'I"I" M EKu , '' ', '. f lyi if hi wwmkb LI LU Examined! Drs. Dreifus & Qovan Of Dallas, Texas, Specialists on Refraction of the Eye. Fifteen years experience. HERE ONE DAY ONLY I Drs. Dreifus & Govan have made the eye their special study, and of late years have paid their entire attention to the ad- T Captation of speotaoles to the same. Having a thorough ex perience in matting ana aaapung uptjuiuuiuu w iuu o.yo, wo are enabled to fit accurately in every case of abnormal vis- ion, known as Presbyopia, Myopia, Hopermetropia and As- tigmatism as well as weak sight. Our improved spactacles sf wnM Print- .iftntmirttinn rVi(rK naaiat- nnrl nrfldftrvo fno ' '?, i4 AID Ui. UOilOUV UUU9UUUVAVI1 KIIHUU uuuiuw wum fjww t viw ?fft(,r!r fieht. rendering: frenuent changes unnecessary, I , .", Our lens...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 11 November 1904

H(-- ;,.. I,T U v (.1 ' I ., U J .ft' ,! v ' , t u h 'J V' ' i iS J ? ,Vt,i tmmmmHvv . . A4otKt; O0CX50O0000OO0OO0OO0O00000O ooopoooooooooooooobboodooai , r . t - a -w - " -: St " t'2 JlllYllld iX. rUUU' M U -V- I J'-t S-fc tw - I 94 W - .- t, -r X"' I 31 TURKEYS! MEAT nRKKT. M ' " i8fe a U".A ?. t-.-,, I want 2000 toy November 2 , Will also save you money on DRY GOODS, Full Line Of TV. i w uY - . : 'f t n. - - jt . " a f f Si & V ft 3AV k(s" ' . 'l- ' "J i if t IMT.V . J $$& &j!L A wCi W 71 Christmas Go NOW ARRIVING. Also handle PETERS SHOES. They received the high- est medal over all others at the World's Fair, Yours For Business. W. P. HOLLAND. m;t me TRIBUNE rf ; a A' A, B&.'- tfvF ( w K..( i r B' r. sk w, -I ;v f, . 'A :i ' '. IwrA :sp1"- $' . v ii" R.t F. Cates Editor Prop. Entered as Second-class Matter at the Postoffice, Bartleti, Texas. Local notices 8 1-3 cts. per line for each ,.itfrt!on. Ail advertisements continued un- ordored out unless otherwise sDOcif...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 11 November 1904

v 7? J i i m 9 & j fit V '4 M " .: ft &sr . rt 4 A i. ' ."( n f , f,'4 w a" v ! j,v !ty u , BL W $:, ?.' i .. !,B m Ttw. j , 00000C3000GOOOCCKkXboa BARTLETT. NATIONAL BANK, CAPITAL, $35,000.00. Successor to JOHN T. BARTLETT, Banker. : ;::::::: Open for Business July Wo solicit your business and offer to depos- itors absolute sa'fety. Our caQhier 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 savod a nice little fortune Wo think that if they can make and save money for themselves, they aro capable of caring for your deposits. - .. .i ,-,.1 ml.'. ..! J !-'.,. -T 1 .... -. ., , .',, i , -'-. -""-". .T OFFICERS: Mrs. Mary A. Bautlett, President, John T. Bartlett, Vioo-Presidont. J. B. Benson, Cashier. DIRECTORS: Mas. Mary A. Bartlett, John T. Bartlett, T. B. Benson, P. P. Downs, E. C. Haeber, W. T. Cox, W. II. IIomeyer. QQQQGaOQ&SOCO...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 11 November 1904

N! f ' ., C - ' J &) v t , vr ) ifftwwmwmtnwmmntmwwwwmmmmittmwfnwwmmfmmmmtnfflmwmmmmTt!, Satisfactory Results are the Fruits of our Efforts. 'Ark : Ajia :. ,H$ ' t , " "' 4 -J v? , f -. fcrt ;? f J V) . S?.v "'!. tfy,. w? ft 'ytr H? r-t. ,W ;j ,r . x -.-ji- " ri . 'n1 & MaLiy of the good people of Bartlett and vicinity hve left our store this Fall loaded to the brim with bargains and none have neglect e$ to tell their neighor is why our business has been so satis- factory. This inspires us to offer still better bargains: . Ladies Goods. One lot Ladies Walking Skirts, all wool, and guaranteed, no shoddy 25 per cent off. One lot Ladies Jackets, newest things, lead- ing colors - 15 per c off One lot muslin underwear - - 25 per c off 100 pair lace curtains 25 per c off All wo'ol Flannels ... 10 per yd Hed Spreads 25 per c off Towels, all kinds, - - 20 per c off All Ladies Hats 25 per o off More and better clothing tkeoi ever before. Cauri fit you complete for from 2.50 to 20.00....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 11 November 1904

s r t ttf' -V B umr . , s ,7V ,' ' ., I cif.l; "&vfVl '". iT" ' .. J WALTON DRY GOODS CO"S. I I WJ: ft;..' ,s-.. ww& ,. . KS . C V r1- , . V ' . ';. i 'i i w 1 W I I , I-V'3 1 ' I ssili P? JfaW 5 Kf'iSVSjii- f Ifffiaifc: ? WWJU . ' &r- i .v E&Mb . H hj SOI JUBIB HiEI HF Bl IH Hv IH IHIH vP F 3. argrains ! We .re truly thankful to our many friends for the liberal share of busi- ness given us through October, which run oir ssJes feur beyond our ex- pectation, and is evidence of the facet that ....OUR VALUEGIVING IS UNSURPASSED..., November is here and we o-e determined to spare no effort to make this the greatest month in the history of oir business by giving yoi even bet- ter values than heretofore. " Thanksgiving Prices: We may be under advertised But undersold NEVER. 5G inch blchd table damask, 35c value - 25c 58 inch blchd table damask, 45c value - 37 1-2 64 inch blchd table damask, 65c value - 50c 72 inch " table damask, all-linen, 75c val. 62 1-2 72 inch " table ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 11 November 1904

aw"' I. J V , .' ; i-s li r ' 9Ji . n 15 I MM DRAKE' NtWu. ..w J rji (. - Awiuiifyini f ' ,p; : m i j ; a ,' "0 a STORE .'.' u v. i ,, is, '& 1 ff $ ft - " t. " v:j t , KJ a C" f L ?;s P. 1st m k.W n,. fcV- 'iM r1 s, . fc... Local News. Paul Jonea is at Ed Ford'a. 'Bozeman is buying scrap iron. Road the Tribune ads this week. ?i You can always get good fresh f Vteer af Albrecht's. Dr. J. A. ReynoldB of Davilla, ' wa8"in town Monday. " " f!omt and Ipfr no etinur .rn -if L' Monroe's Drugstore. yy J-Jf A' ancocH: ol corn Hill waa "(in-town Monday on business ' 'Ask your erocer about ''Fewer gallons; wears longer." ?.jMr. and Mrs. Allen Duncan Jr. warn in town MondAv ntinnninry. 1(4' , i' Remember the-new blaoksmith $ shop guarantees all its work; 1 ,J6 "IT IT Jll --! TT..I r ir. v- . nurviii. ni :nri t-tiii f .fc iul 'W VViil JIJL1&1 r " . ' " i i -r j t i" -, va in i-uwii xuuuuuyun Business. '"Rrlnrr nil flioc rtl ur--n ...- fi - shoves and cast irpn to l?ozeman. I'd r. i... &...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 11 November 1904

tty7hW4 j 4' i, j- f . . f r ay Mi' OVER THE COUNTRY. m 'APv- i SS,-v V V.IVI, Jno. Nosbitt of Lampasas, was killed by a Santa Fe train there a -tfeWjdayd ago. - 's Mr Drury of Jones Prairie, markoted 23 Poland China hogs tih Cameron Monday, Thoy aver- "3 aged over 200 pounds Herald. 'At almost every farm house (1in this country there are from ' "V'three to twenty bales of cotton r, that is bsing held for higher " " prices. Round Rook Leader. Hutto. Tex., Nov. 5. Tom W. Kelley, Jr., died at Gower, about four miles north of .Hut'-o, yester- day evening and was buriad in th!e Hutto cemetery this after- noon. Taylor, Texas, Nov. 4. Dur- !"N, r irig the past few days Jason Far- wpod, representing the Houston Paoking Company at Houston, has shipped four carloads of hogs to that firm that he bought around Taylor. At a speoial meeting of the school board Wednesday night an election was ordered to bo held on December Oth to vote on a tax in the school corporation to build a nev sohool house...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 11 November 1904

't ' " ji :j 11:14 a. tn .....4;40 a. m. .' ( RAILROAD rmiTABl$. ?'f)ytrln Souii... ..--2:87 p. m Sky traln'Notth ...... .1:47 p. tc. u" .Wlghl tratn.'S6uth.-.., ,' ' jJN&hl train NbrtK.... 1' '".-!.' jLJbGAL MENTION. ,..ii-.., ............ SS................I.. ! Ifc is at' Monroe's Drug store. ?';Lefc!8 have the Btreefc carnival. Vliis onlf of. W. n. BmUh'V ,'U"U,B"""" ' PtVS Ws.-'.i V' 'ir IMV - ;, ?. vf'Jtoad.the ad of the new black - ,; , Frosh,Malaga grapes at Smith's j. .ttliB grocerV ' f $Buy' Michigan salt at Lawrence vSon's. . 'iHwill Pdohmann of Waco. waB ----- are Saturday. m , rPure Georgia "cane syrup on lip atf Smith's. V'Vft N. Moore of Salado was leref Wednesday IVlf -Monroe hasn't cot it-he will Eefiitrfbr you. rTT;TivoWJff nnmo iin frnm Alio. I-HB"" " " V.... -r tin to vote, Tuesday. VSSee W. G. Smith for pure nb- jjV"-bon pane, molasses. llfW iJrA. J. Janke returned Wednes- M'X ,,,J jjav from Runnels county. .."" -fty Every' thing fresh for your fruit -oiike....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 18 November 1904

F l T xT PrM2KZaSWLy-iH , -,- 3;"-" " ifTOrfl-i ni ' " . " .' j. - i f . P THOMJv'JiPt rut, ' i i'V!- 'V. w ) , fir, - .a" ati"",.' i t wr r w 'i t .'- oS- kwcttiv pfj j . j "j " , - V-'. V I. u v ?. V iMgi if ' u- t .4 Sf.; "" j, . a I - j tf i y "I' J - m " lmne.-: u R.v . GATS, Editor. BARTLETT, TEXAS, NOVEMBER 18, 1904. VOL. NO. 30 X " fcv "'rmLmmmx't ct ME 'v.. '". , . ,, '; J . -"" ". j, Bsajtof - j" i r ... . .i- ., "i re? V- . i r ' " k . --.. f .- . - i? :r & i i " ... v ' W r Sjf ' f - . .. , P Vn I- jfTllv WaJ-H a4-4- T22 J v jt ' 'P ' J XiX. Bf? iA. rr t i flrap lWn I1WUK ' FW h J- .P BHpi!ljfSiB , fflm !: : Loced News. f J. .N. Gunn and msved to hia farm childron havo near Tomplo. ' Mr.jJ.T, LewiB was a pleas- ant -visitor at the Tribune office Wednesday. .'Second band mower and rake for sale. Apply to L. L. Belk, Oity Marshal. Miss Kate Stevenson of Corn . Hill isvisitintr Mias Fannie Mor- riaon this week. , Me Gao. Oena says ho hia 'all hia cotton pioked, cotfn ga...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 18 November 1904

Tit ' V"f i-i itv OOOOOOOOOOOOOOCXXOOOCXXXXOCXXXXXXXXXXX3CXxkxXobo6oO(MI 44 -" J " r x TURKEYS Mw ww j k ( MEAT flARKET. j$& Pv fi & t . tn Ki ( Jt y feu i v Brf' &r pyvi L 'a ' A &. ,?.Ki l SA?' IA f , h i Ww & I waul 2000 by November SO Will also save you money on Li J Also handle PETERS SHOES. They received the high- est medal over all others at the World's Fair,, Yours For Business. W. P. HOLLAND. . O' &e TRIBUNE &. F- Gates Editor & Prop. Entered as Second-class Matter at tho Postoffice, Bartlett, Texas. uucul notlcoa 8 1-3 cts. per lino for each .artion. All advertlsemonts continued un- ordered out unless otherwise BDOciflod. Terms One Dollar a Year- Somefolks think they are act- ing smdr; when they are acting a fool, Come to think of it, we didn,t gat full value for our poll tax money. Waco Times Herald. All the dealers in soft drinks in Denison and Sherman have been indicted by the grand jury. .n exchange says that a cer- tain woman assured he...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 18 November 1904

h ' it1 I'- 7 '' , K--; 4 'If i c "& I- : V -J 4". ' ;K I At: I? ",& 1 ' ? - .rr. sr & g"iif- 1 T . k'l It c 4i CS IF ,-r KCXCXXOOCOOOQOCKXXCX!CKOC ?- i BARTLETT NATIONAL BANK, CAPITAL, $35,000.00. Successor to JOHN T. BARTLETT, Banker. : . 1 :, : : Open vlTS Wo eolioit your business and offer to depos- Jliijors tt80'u safety 38? Our cashier is under a heavy bond for the --. .faithful performance of his duty. $ Our safe is insured against burglars and fire. .y Our directors are conservative business tnen, who by honest effort have made and saved a 1 nice little' fortune. We think that if they can make and savo money for themselves, they are capablo of caring for- your deposits. OFFICERS: SMrSi- Mary A. Bartlett, President, John T. Bartlett, ? Vice-President. J. v " DIRECTORS: ,Mrs. Mary A. Bartlett, John T. Bartlett, T. B. Benson, P. P. Downs, E. C. Haeder, W. T. Cox, W. H. Homeyer. OOOOOOOCXJOOOOOCOOOOOOOOOOO Constitution and By-Laws of Bartlett School Improve- ment Ass...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 18 November 1904

f t ti a lft ('J AV -iVj e& N'D ,vw e. 9) ,, ? ' ijmmmmmwmmtmmMmnttftmt?M Still Increasing the AMR E It is only necessary to glance at the prices below to see the wonderful savings we are . offering for the next week : Skirts and Jackets. Our 7.50 shirts go at 6.25. Our 6.50 skirts go at 5.45. Our 5.00 skirts go at 3.80. Our 4.50 skirts go at 3.35. Our 15.00 jaokets go at 12.50. Our 10 00 jackets go .at 6.75. Our 7.50 jackets go at 5.45. Our 6.50 jackets go at 4.95. Our 5.00 jackets go at 4.15. Woolen Dress Goods We show a splendid line of novelty Manish suitings in the smart brown and navy effects superior values. 1.50 value goes at 1.15. 2i00 value goes at 1.35. All-wool Albetross & Henriettas In all colors for waists and dresses. Elegant value 50c go at 35o . Elegant value 65c go at 45c Elegant value 75c eo at 60o Elegant value 1.00 go at 80o Our Broad Cloih stock is complete, comprising every popular shade. Good values 1.50 now 1.25 Good values 1.25 now 1.05 Good values ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 18 November 1904

T ' VI. ' TV, , ' ' - J. ml. WALTON DRY GOODS COS V I I Sale I i i I i jev-j; '& ; . t-ff- .. ,S? ' ?UVriiW M? wfe. IXuV1 -7r . "ft Kff' - '. ,"TC( fefff i'i?:-- 3? ,7 - ; -t.r L " l lr . unhvpi i w Feast Of Bargains I We sre truly thankful to our many friends for the liberal share of busi- ness given us through October; which run oir sedes far beyond our ex- pectation, and is evidence of the facet that -OUR VALUE-GIVING IS UNSURPASSED..., November is here and we sure determined to spare no effort to make this the greatest month in the history of cmr business by giving yoi even bet ter values than heretofore. "I "" " mini iiiiiiiwiiiimnin Thanksgiving Prices: We may be under advertised But undersold- NEVER. a 56 inch blchd table damask, 35c value - 25c 58 inch blchd table damask, 45c value - 37 1-2 64 inch blchd table damask, 65c value - 50c 72 toch 7' 'table damask, all-linen, 75c val. 62 1-2 72 Inch " table damask " " 1.25 val. 1.00 58 inch silent cloth, 75c value, - qqc Napki...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 18 November 1904

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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 — 18 November 1904

.' J IPO- .'! .4V V v hew l&; i ' a. J t,r Zi "i$r a V OVER THE Tho Maaonio brothren of Loan havo do-u'dod to build a lodg o hall, x There wero only 84 votes pol- led at Loandor in the general oleotion tho smallest vote in the history of the town. At tho St. Louis exposition last Week in the awards of live atook, David Harrel of Liberty Hill got first prizes on aged, bull, junior yearling heifers and on aonior heifer calves. Howard Bland, Tuo3day, pur- chased the old Chamoerlain farm and ranch in Milam county, con- sisting of 1030 acres. The con- sideration was about 816,000. Taylor Texan. , County Clerk Rylander informs tho Tribune that he has seloctod for his deputies, Walter L99 of Balton, Van Nichols of Temple' and O3oar Lu3t of Troy. Tdtn- ple Tribuao. R. P. Pool, one of Milam county's most enterprising citi- zens, shipped to the Texas build- ing at St. Louis a sweet potato weighing 12 pounds. It was grown on his farm in Milam county, and will bo put on exhi- bition with th...

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