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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 8 September 1905

' K I' J' ?. !- 56 TRIBUNE ESTABLISHED 1880. Entered as Second-class Matter at the Postoffice. Bartlett. Texas. IPricB, Otoe Dollar a Tear- $L F, Cates, Editor a Propr. JM. X. Gates, Foreman. FRIDAY, SEPT. 8, 1905 Advertising Rates. One pago ono issue, lOo per inoh. Half pago one issue 10c per inch. i-4 page one issue 10c per inch. One pago 1 mo, 8c inoh per issue. Half and qunrtor pages name rato ILegs epaco, 12 l-2c inch per issue locals, 8 l-3c line por issue. Professional cards 10.00 per year OarAll advertisements run and charged for at abovo rates until ordered out. The Tribune is for Bartlett sail the time fodder or no fodder 'A rich fcol is indeed a pitiable object. Don't let your money make a fool of you. Good rent houses are in de mand in Bartlett. Why don't some one bnild a few? A newspaper is under no ob- Qigations to boost any measure Sar people who never contribute auiything to its support. w The Tribune has a contempt lav a fanatic on any subject. Be reasonable, be rea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 8 September 1905

WTSwffl! i -it' :V " rjr DAYS ONLY 5 B 2- VK if IlU $ A " w K & i K rv w & w tf.tr fv. ffe o W E HME made arrangements with the StrdKber Pian.o Company to hold one of their special Otdvertising sales ii oir town. A solid cour of pianos will arrive in, our store a.bout Monday Sept. 4 and for 15 days only we will push this sale and offer' high grade pianos, guaranteed in your home, not act fac- tory, act lowest prices ever made, in this part ot the country. Everybody inyited to attend. I Expert Player in Attendance OVER THE COUNTRY. Up to last Friday Georgetown had received 1370 bales of cotton. I. G. Bobo o Florence. Will iamson county, has removed to Waco and will giye his children the advantages of the excellent schools there. A two-year old eon of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Denman, residing near "Vilas, died Tuesday and was buried at Val Verde on Wed nesday. Rogers NewB. The assessment rolls of Milam county for this year show a total valuation of S8.544.320, whioh is nearly $400,0...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 8 September 1905

-yv j-1' U S u a liliMdH ililHJTIMtfnt'VillliTilWI'iTHll'TrBi'THiTiBTnm ?a . M I "Majesti ! V Clothing ? o o 4P LTP A lTn First in. fit,qaialityi aid work- 43 A Jr.L i LJJ mansKip. Hundreds of wearers "i,Iti1 - "Tin this comravunity testify to this facet ajrvd are singing premises of our. "Majestic" Clothing. The people sure fast coming to reaJize that they count be more SNUGLY PIT and BETTER SUITED in the "Majestic" styles than if they wene to have one fruilt to order. The comtoirtaJble fit around the arms; the athletic concave shoilders and the late style loose hanging bscck puts 'MAJESTIC Cloth- ing head end shoulders cbove Jl others. At $5, 7.50, 10.00 and 12.50 per suit we can show you an extra goocfline of mediunV priced clothing; at $15, $20, $25 and up to $30 per suit we have a superior line of high class clothing. Believing is easy when you have seen; come and let fts show you. The Leading Clothiers. Bartfeft, TexasL Leslie & Lindsey' ORANGER, Texas. i I. . '-m i r-a Gh...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 8 September 1905

wm-f, ff wwcpw & ;.- EzMIEll W i fo .' y b ?, . EU . ) There may bo others "up a treo" not us. Wo aro here with the goods, bought right, and do not concede any ground to our compet-tbrs. Ctton goods today are "out of sight." We bought months ago, and are offering them to the trado on the basis of 6 cent cotton. Absorb this We aro right after your fall dry goods business with clean standard merchandise and at prices that will please you. Our Millinery section will be open Sept. 1st, in charge of Miss Eeckner, now in St. Louis, and will eclipse any previous effort in this department. Walton Dry Goods Go. The' New SKoe I For Men Stetson It is a fact, that if jour purchase is not entirely sat- isfactory, your money will bo cheerfully refunded at this store. Equalled by few surpassed by none. They are simply in high grade shoe matting. Price $5.00 AND. perfection $6.00 The Old Reliable STETSON HAT m y "Star I Better." r1" 0?$' :m .; . Is a special feature of our hat stocK this season...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 8 September 1905

ll A"rMPWl ViWV '-1 i .W." i "v- f it 4 4.' 'if ft ft, fr'-ywif if Jif jv,,. a. j,t,jt, 1. T -r I Si E New Grocery istore. C jyjtrAt, aWt jwaa JwJwvwjVikiWrwVin. jv Local Mention. Is Bartlett to have another carnival this fall? Beer always fresh on tap at Al- brecht's. Prof. Reed wont to Waco on business Tuesday. Don't forget that Albrccht al- ways has fresh beer. The show Saturday night was yery well patronized. Mrs. Chas, McGinnis visited at Holland Tuesday, If you Want fresh beer any hour in the day, go to Albrecht's. Some of the sidewalks in town are getting in bad shape. . A cold lunch and cool glass of beer is refreshing, you will find it Tom Jones of Donahoe was in town Monday on business. Fresh honey and sorghum mo- lasses at Lawrence & Son. J. V, Morris returned Monday from a visit to Qeorcetown. Fresh honey and 0brf;hum mo- lasses at Lawrence & Son. Mrs. Bartlett went to Itasca Tuesday on a visit to relatives. ' Fresh honey and sorghum Mo- Ilasses at Lawrence &...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 8 September 1905

tuw. . .'tr. j r; ,",jr7 si',?-8,w7. " "!. "'iBpiffsaryysi ' , . u Oj .Ti' W ' TrV ' &V fc '" t J& fie' f" )..; IV i,C RT pte- v. K. Lamity Moralizes. . Prehaps I may be a trifle pes- simistic on some subjebts yet I am a. firm beliver in the proposition hat a man who gamles, drinks, swears and loafs during his young- er1 years seldom if ever amounts to a "roseate cuss in after life, WMfemy acquaintace was rather limie"MLcan not now recall a snigie instance to prove tee ccp- trarp. On the other hand, I can re- member distinctly and with regret numerous youthful ccquaintances tyhose careers jusiify me in the as- sertions that the liquor dives, gambling resorts, vicious compan- ions or the frequenting of places of donbtful charcter never has and never will add one iota to the rounding up of a noble and use fullife: A man may sometimes step into the fire and if quick en- ougn may get out with little dam- agerbut he who tries the experi- ment too often will furely get enrnt, and ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 8 September 1905

r r.; ?m$W , f p ?! - RM Too Busy i q Write an Ad. i fJ VMRAJlS HK f ly We Must Tell You NejEfcsWeek. Watch i 2 4 0 C DV$0KK lYou 1 5 TVE GUARANTEE IT. No greater efforts to please and 4 J. F. tUJNUiiK.. It is our earnest desire mat every oruer re- "5 ceived from me shall nive full and complete satisfaction and .-- . . I employ every means to attain ..!. 1Jp. in AT-ntrtr -ornnf i - I ... I service, better goods and lower rnMf!a AffAi- rr-rrJe nnrl Inurni X where. Your interests and ours are identical. When we fill t an order for yon all items are guaranteed andof the full value I claim. They may be returned. This is a broad guarantee jj on my part, given in good faith, and we live up to it. J. P. PONDER. JLocal News, "Don't forget to g&to the polls and vote tomorrow, m All kinds of grocery fresh and good at Frank Krnav'e'ks. The oil mill opened up Wed- Fish and Oysters every TW day at Frank Krnaveks. Jim Messer remembered the Tribune this week. A fnll line of Duerlers fine can- ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 5 January 1906

V H? ttbtmc - R. F. GATES, Editor and Phopriexor. BARTLETT, TEXAS, JANUARY 5, 190G. $1.00 Per Year. VOL, XX. NO,35. Slawson Insures the Lives of Horses e. Mules. Office in Bartlett National Beurak. W sPte, 4 "i f -jfm" H" J'i''J'' kv Resolve to S tart Risht the New Year w by placing your business with is. You will find tharf it will be to your advantage to do so. Our bisiness has increased from year to yeao yet we expect 1906 to eclipse any previous year. To do this we will make streniois efforts to please and suit you in every par- ticularselling you goods as low for cash as the same can lejgiti-mately- be sold and if they are charged we will ' only ask you to pay a small interest from date of purchase to date of settlement. . -V NEW EMBROIDERY. WHITE GOODS. ' Afull$linc of the prettiest you have ever seen in, Just received the swellest line of White1 Goods ' Bartlett. The same range injjrice fromv5cto " such as MainsooK, Dimity ChecKs and Stripes, $1.50 per yard. x ' - ' . "'-" .S...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 5 January 1906

" & ' PV,V iwil'- tHE MKTLETT TRIBUNE.) ESTABLISHED 1880, EnWed as Sectnd-clai Matter at th Poatoffleo. Bartlett. Texa. One Year. 8ix; Months........ Three Months. .1.00 ....60 25 ft. P. CATES.. L. CATES, Editor and Proprietor. Foreman. y FRIDAY, JAN; 5, 1900 The, door eoason day night. closed Sun- "WELL, it'a all over now, and tho editor's pocket book looks like an elephant had stepped on it. ONLY a fow more days in which to pay your poll tax. A man don't even have a right to kick, much less vote, if he does not ;pay his poll tax. Pay up, boys. The Kansas City Star says : To the Graf tors: You may plunder all of the people part of the time; you mav plunder part of tho people all of the time; but you can not plunder all of the people all of the time. Up goes. the. lumber. It now coBts you from SI to S3 more per thousand than it did before the holidays. The udvance is a result of a meeting of the com--.mitteo of values of the Southern Lumber Manufacturer's at St. ..Louis On Decem...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 5 January 1906

11 (j M - & m. &g u. a ?!!gTgWrl''''WMUr'' ' r-nSWTT r - ... iS t & We Hold Trumps And Take the Trick I'.- ' V ' & I V V"- n1 r !C . UrnJn- v & ft. ,Vfr i, k'" jj f ww I ! OLD OAK 12 Years. Old j I? r) 4r ,4. , A pure, wholesome, mollow Rye Whiskeys '" - QuahtyUn8urpassod ' , 4 Pull Quars S4.00 8 12 -,.7.50" -40.60 GEO. COLEMAN. Good Enough For a King. We Guarantee the Quality . K-' 4 Full' QiLrts $3 JOEL CARVER , d The Pride of HentucKy. ' A rioh, aged Bourbon. ' 12 Quarts . "W 8'- ..'- r5,- f w '" - isolso 9, 1 f Goods shipped 'COJX Express charges paid. Send us yourWders Lot us get acquainted, wo Want your business, will strain every point to deserve your confidence. If you are a jiidgo of good goods if Vftll San Antonio Liquor Co., HerfiBldg'., Corner Alamo and Commerce Streets, San Antonio, Texas. Wo guarantee to please you, oiVyour x -money back. Wo have built up the largest mail order business in Texas and 100,000 satiBfied customers testify to ilm pmity o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 5 January 1906

u x" it j A) i - 3 ti ' -, ?&; f-" ,S Thousands of Dollars MORE Q 0 0 DS THAN WVE N E E B v Since taking inventory we find we have stacks of Winter clothing and Woolen Dress Goods that we do not want to carry over loan- rbfl-r?e5V5?nn and f 'V L .'; Wu - - - - w,- -ww -,-. , v(1i , - A:-' OrV.' Pricey Will Move Them .,' ' ' You will find is turning all Winter Goods loose $ Slaughter in ; ;,CJ Clothing . ,r, "'. ,' . ; ' . tjh Ervtc Although woolerts, sure higher youcan biy a good siit f rorri, us it almost a song. . . , -- ..:,".(:; "' ' E BARTLETT TRIBUNE. established i886. Postoffice, Bartlett, Texas. b Months. Year ix Months. Ihre IF. L. -.1.00 50 25 KATES, Editor and Proprietor. CATES, - Foreman. ?RIDAY, JAN. 5, 1906 fOOD morning. torn off" yet ? Have you HE rfew year is upon ub and we do not know Granger's cotton receipts. .Nobody shot in Bartlott during 3h.nalmas and only a few "half phot." Returns all in. Digging for Treasure. Taylor, Tex., Dec. 31. On Brushy ,Croek, nine...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 5 January 1906

ffip4( l A GOOD RESOLUTION Resolve that you will buy your groceries from us during 1906. "We thank you for your liberal sharo of patro nage during the short time wo have boon in business. We want you to continue it, and we ' promise you goods as ohoap as you can get them elsewhere. Free Delivery. , Come 3 ' ' Hintz & Brune, Grocers. 9 RAILROAD TIME TABLE. "Tay train Soutb 2:26 p, m Day train ITortlu Night train South Night train North. ....2:02 p. m. , 11:88 a. 4:47 a. LOCAL MENTION. Michigan Salt cheap at Daven- port's. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Diokenson , aro visiting relatives at Moody1. Fresh vegetables every week at Davenport's. Mr. and Mrs. Q. A. Jesse vis ited in Lee county during "the week. Just received a car or fresh Peace Maker flour at Lawrence & Sons. Mr. and Mrs. C. Talley return- ed Sunday from a yisit to. Brown county. I will thresh cane seed Tues- day, Jan. 1 6, at Bartlett. Henry Riggan. Mrs- J. K. Pinkston and child- ren visited relatives at Abilene the. past wee...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 5 January 1906

$' as V ,l--7 - j-j - f - fd' ' ' Ti " i' S'J'f . . 1 ti-i Si' ,..THE NEW YEAR... Bringing with it ronowed hopo for another twolvo months, of prosperity, happiness and contentmont is upon ua. Let'a begin tho New Year right. Put away all" thoughts of strife with our neighbors; agree to as- sist each other by ovory means in our power. Foro- go the extreme pleasure of always "kicking the under dog." 'And in the mean time always bear in mind that '4"Hpri fc.thfl nlnro tn hnv vour Groceries. , 'Thanking you all for your liberal patronage during t the pr.st year, and hoping to merit a continuance ' of Bame, I am yours to pleaso, I - J. R PONDER. I i t Local Mention. Charcoal at Rowntree's. Join the Battlett Pantitonum. Don't "swear off" on too many things. Michigan' and Texas salt at Rowntree's. Guy P. Witt of Galveston was hero during the holidays, t Robt. Morrison visited friends in McGregor tho past week. I A. G;" Jennings of Oenavillo was hero during the holidays. Dr. Ru'cker of Templ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 5 January 1906

w: w: AT THE CHUR.CHES. rs The subject at the Central .Christian Church Sunday morn- ing was "The Heavenly Visitor." Tet: Rev. 3:20 "Behold, I stand a,t the door and Wock, if any man fe '"hear iriycvojce and open the door hi : t ..ti r.'mr. into him. and sun a With him, and he with me." , .$", Welfare Wd to see and receiVe Vy mranireuj ci.m... ' rfa&e of them friends. But it is . an unusual happy event to re- ceive 'an, old time companion into iur hbmes. HiSj presence, in a measure, makes new men of us. Our tongues become communa-i r" native, our hearts warmed, our minds acquisitive. He waices us ip, Themistacles by association wjth the king of Persia, called forth -the latent faculties of the ld king, who$e "own ideas made 'him sleepy, and bursting the sep- Mcher from his tongue, he be- -came a more splendid conversa- tionalist than was the Greek statesman. Sb the presence of ' Jesus lit the heart as a living active realitv will revolutionize the life. Allow.the heavenly yis- '...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 5 January 1906

Wfl 1 Rsm N'W'' ".; i's eft ta V Jfr i-f ,: 3 Whitlow Bros. vh' 3 3 n- X 7 1!? wish one and all a happy and prosperous New Year a fc VV i 5iriHl x5irf in Pfrnrp.sc nil 1i2.fr.rf.r. ftvp.iv ntiA Ua4-) liac3 mw''T .. . . H'li m i.t -- - - -..1. - .. -,.,. ... Vf" "' '- -- - - -...v,. , ,i l ... mi irn IT-ii. .i .irt n mil i -, f ( Iff -, (lN Ml 1. jfjfe ' 1 JV" E aided us by their good wishes, kind words and by their trade: We E shall in the coming year as in the past do our best to merit your -ffrla rirfl xrU 2v tfofit if 3ili2rp arid fiA'rmclh d&niinar f fiA HacI m---. rlc? E we can buy, share. Our pecially call xB crlbS-l rurti-i ff tviii vuu pi vuuvv. kj.jj ytilu mlo, vyca.au, vrj..jiA, iulaiv mtii us and we guarantee you v) j. 4 ANNOUNCEMENTS -The Tribune is authorized to announce the following candi- tfafefsfor office, subject to tho democratic primaries f- " BELL COUNTY. For Sheriff v' . ' n JO. AJ. i cuuillgwiut- H' III I , ' tLbcsJL Items r . Whv can't Bartlett havo s js&...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 12 January 1906

Mv SBHiSSfV is , " .(; "i . ttbtme: 'S3 V- wfc y , lw'. It. JJ OATJES, Editor and Proprietor. BAKTLETT, TEXAS, JANUARY 12, 1906. LOO 'Per Year. VOL. XX. Nt). S6 Slawson Insures the-Lives of Horses & Mules. Office in Bartlett. National Bonk. Mlett nap - SWEPT" . If : I 11 U a I " a ' Resolve to Start Right the New Year by placing your bvisiness with is. You will fiiid thed: it will be to your advantage to do sd. Our business has increased f rom year to yeaur, yet we expect 1906 to eclipse airy previous year. To do this we will make strenuois efforts to please said suit you in every pLr- ticular selling you goods ls low for cash as the same can legiti- mately be sold, and if they are chaurged we will only .sk you to pay a small interest from d.te of pirch.se to dade of settlement. Otfv NEW EMBROIDERY. T7 WHITE GOODS. A full line of the prettiest you have ever seen in ; - Just received the swellest line of Whife Goods Bartlett. The same range in price from 5c to c '. such as Nainso...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 12 January 1906

My. r-TtW? y , W" , '. SS .:! i5--v. K'' w RV' CXNX)00000000000000000000009000CXXX000OPOC300000000QP A GOOD RESOLUTION Resolve that you will buy your groceries from us during 1906. ,: Wo thank you for your' liberal sharo of patro- 1HH'' t ! auring tho short business.' Wo want you to continue it, and W6 promise you goods as ohoap as you can got them olsowbere. .. Free Delivery. Come to see us. Hintz & Brune, Grocers. rX0OOOOOOCOCXXXXOXXXXXXX9COOCX0O00CXOOO00OCXOCX0OC3O THE BARTLETT TRIBUNE. ESTABLISHED 1&86. Entered as 8ecnd-clan Matter at the Poitoffice, Bartlett. Texac . -One Year Six Months Three Months. .1.00 ....60 ....25 R. P. CATES, Editor and Proprietor. JW. L. CATES, - Foreman. FRIDAY, JAN. 12, 1906 Every property owner should be forced to keep up' the side- walks along hia property in the city; The Tribune hopes this year will bo tho boat the people of Bartlett ever saw, and tho worst ihey will ever see. The Panama canal commission lias an agent in Texas looking for...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 12 January 1906

.-fi;;tTwai5rasw'-i , s i . -f Vs..', I i -" '' ' . ll , Take the Trick IiaV. . G I WW .t F V- , , yK y, " r r .. .' We HdM Trumps 1 Jsl vna . ' i- ;;V ''if fc.'v ' ? '-f .-. '."..r. . . l, , ci , ; 'I " . , fi '. VI t, Hi. (3 V O SF ty J ' -: u f K 'i-' OLD OAK Sirfi-- . vV'j.s 12 Years Old V- " ' - yl , ; , A, .pure, wholesome, mellow Ryo Whiskey. ;, Quality Unsurpassed ,vt "', 4 Full Quarts 'S4.00 'V' ' 8 " .. 7.60 X 12 -' 10.50 ' GEO. COLEMAN. Good Enough For a King'. We Guarantee the Quality 4 Full Qia.rts $3 JOEL CARVER .1 The Pride of KentucKy. - A rich, aged Bourbon. i 12 Quarts . S9.50 8 ' '-".'.' ,' it- .i" i ,6.50 :. 3.50, ri Goods; Shipped C. O. D. Express charges paid. Send us your orders , v-4, A- Let us get acquainted, wo want your business, will strain every point to deserve your'confidence, If you are sa judge' of gopd'goods ,;.xifyou want the best at lowest prices; and if you want to be sure your Xmas. goods are pure and wholesome mail yourorders at'once to, the -S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 12 January 1906

i V (J American Gentleman A A HANDSOME 3H0C SWELL BOOT .all leathers, &!l styles. fpraskion&Ue Pe, And T, &.' American Lady CW k1 mice: $3.50 imwx V 0 tW ML. 1 $3. 'fc p'? s H ' T ' S mop CTVI Eh fY$ THRQR CLI-IORQ is BUPerlatively metropolitan individual correct Yot they0 HID M YLt( Ur I ntJr&ti OrlVitiO have comf0rt. giving fit of an old glovo. You'll bo delighted with their stylo and "Snap,'-' of course; but you'll bo surprised at the comfort and durability of the hoes''with thecharaoter of the man" and -woman. Winter Overcoats and Suits E) , m- m mm HwH sal WmmWtim MEN'S OVERCOATS. in the newest fashionable single and double breasted styles, made of finest imported and domestic fabrics, worth S15 and now $10.00 MEN'S SACK SUITS. - made of fine quality fabrics of newest weavea in both single and double-breasted cuts, worth S20 and S25, now $16.75 MEN'S SACK SUITS in an unusually great assortment of exoellent wearing fabrics and in a great variety of pat- ternsboth...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 12 January 1906

a v vT r i ii .. I '.r.fcv- M 4 LvV ' I '''' B I' ' B I' 'I I Bv B K I? 'B IV ' o H I I I' I It B " 'B 1MB f H & . 0 si ' J EH m ? WALTON DRY GOODS OO'S. Clearance Sale Begins Saturday ,J an. 12th rr.-i.i- . n .- : , . .'W'H- Every reasonable thinking man knows that we would rather sacrifice our profits on winter goods now than carry them oyer twelve months. The reason is obvious The spring season is fast approaching. New goods are arriving daily. We are loaded with a lot of heayy merchandise that must go. The coldest weather is yet to. come. You will have three or four months immediate service, for winter goods: yet therefore it is ah ,!' .. k, r Ll &'- ''.'. .-,: iv .V UNPRECEDE Money Savin lull 1 P 1 1 Opportunity iooo yards REMNANT CALICO io yards 20 cents Worth double the price 1000 yards B L E AC HEDDO ME STIC REMNANTS '- - '' ;j .;' 10 yards 45 cents Worth double the price B ' Ladies Trimmed Hats 33 13 cents on the Dollar. B!SwHEiSB!ySIHPwHlBE?3SS''!3 RAILROAD TIMi TA...

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