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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 12 January 1906

-y ' lnwtt R C'J : ir u ' ? -0 s f w - ,"" m u .A ...THE NEW YEAR,..;! Bringing with it renewed hope for another twelve months of prosperity, happiness and contentment is upon us. Let's begin tho New Year right. Put away all thoughts of Btrife with-dur neighbors; agroo to as- sist each other by. every moans in our powor. Fore- go tho oxtromo pleasure- of always "kicking' tho under dog." .V, Andin tho mean time alwavs bear in.mirid that t Here is the place to X X Thanking you all for yoitr liboral patronago during X the prist yoar, and hoping to merit a continuance 4 of same, I am yours to please, j J. F. PONDER. j Local Mention. Charcoal at Rowntree's. T. Denton was quite sick this week. Michigan and Texas salt at Rowntree's. Tom Randolph was on the sick list this week. Miss Mabel Walton returned to Dallas Sunday. Mrs. T. E. Fowler left last Sat- urday for Mineral Wells. Miss Yelma "Bailey visited friends in Temple this week. W. M. Thompson made a busi- ness trip to Belton Monday. J...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 12 January 1906

r "B! .w w X !' M. L r'V P' w M 1 t I ,'i , n I V AT THE CHUR.CHES. Sunday at the Presbyterian 'Church the Sabbath School was rdl attended; a good beginning ' tot the year was made in class -Vtosk, arid general interest. Miss! Tyiwe Jenkines and Louie Lind c- nann were awarded handsome Bibied for bringing the largest cmttibkH1 of new pupils during the attySar. ' s The text for the morning ser- bmm yras n.x. 22 "wnen x see the Wood, I will pass over you." Tfac pastor said in pirt: n ''This text and its connection itl the Scripture brings to mind .One of the most interesting and otaderful chapters in sacred . or ' -profane h story. In the philos- ofthy of profane history sacred history has had the most impor- tant nnrf ." ' N 'Abraham was called out of TJr of the Chaldees to a land which God would give to him for n inheritance. ,Jiis people were sojourners in Canaan for a jtme, until by reason of famine rt&ey were compelled to go to the region of the Nile in Egypt, where God in Hi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 12 January 1906

y$5T ie!pirS'JT-K7'' .V' '', .IN ' ,. Whitlow a i jrn wish one and all a happy and prosperous New Year 3 0 V If ' find xkranir tf PYUfftes mil? irhfirihreii-n xr&rxr rru it-ha 4 Ua-czM M. '-'" i'Z -ml ' x- . , :-- --- T- V ' '- i I . . , ' J '., "t, )j . .'. Iifc. . "c v tiros. a aided us by their good wishes, kind words and by their trade. We shall in the coming: year as in the past do our best to merit vour & trade and will say that if square and honest dealing, the best goods M we can buy, economically handled, will get it we shall have our share. Our lines of pianos, sewing machines and jewelry we es- pecially call your attention to, as being the best that money and skill can produce. Stop with us, vait with, talk with, trade with its and we guarantee you will be pleased. ; ' ' Whitlow Bros. mr ANNOUNCEMENTS to the "The Tribune is authorized to ' innnnnKn the following candi- -dte'for office," subject democratic primaries : fV IBBtL COUNTY. v For Shariff ' k B. L. Pennin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 19 January 1906

li . ci u 0 -- .-y- i a " ..'''. '.' -. " S3 1 .J imitate Ikrtki ie - Sv"l.- J. i 'H V- R, F. OATES, Editor and Proprietor. BA.RTLETT, TEXAS, JANUARY 19, 1906. $1.00 Per Year. VOL. XX. NO. 87, Slawson Insures the Lives of Horses (L Mules. Office in Bartleit National Bearik. i b IKuwSi Wt WANT YOUR TRADE II arid influence Ltadl times. It does not matter whether you heve the Cash to pay or not, we are always glad to see yovi. When you are in need of accomodation we are adways willing to assist yoi providing the same can be done in conformity with business principles. Ovir prices aLre ad- ways as low as goods can be sold. We Must Move .v . . . . the. bdLnce of our Winter Goods to mske room for the Spring Goods, so for sever oil weeks we will make very close prices on Fall and Winter mer chandise. ' . ' ALLE Local Option Violation. Op Thursday of. last week, a man named PericinB, Tvho hailed from Temple, opened an "Ino" joint "in one of the Barnhart buildings in this city, and pro- ceed...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 19 January 1906

a b ' ,' Q fa i IK O ti & 3& T it " t) oaoooo9cooocxoaseoocxicw;ooo i A GOOD RESO LUTION Resolve tha-etyou will buy your groceries vfrom us during 1906. "" "Wo thank you for your liberal Bharo of patro- nago during the Bhort timo wo have beon in business. Wo want you to continue it, and W6 promise you goods as cheap as you can get them elsewhere. , A Free Delivery. Come to see us. Hintz & Brune, Crocers. nOOOeXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXttCCCQOOQOQOOOOOOOCGOOOOOCCO THE BARTLETT TRIBUNE. ESTABLISHED 1886. EntorecJ as Second-class Matter at the Postotfico, Bartlett. Texai. j ...Wi... i ' -- One Year 1.00 Six Months 50 Dhroo Months 25 3?, F. CATES, Editor and Proprietor. "M. L. CATES, Foreman. FRIDAY, JAN. 19, 1006 We shall reap what we sow. You who sowed to the wind are jinw reaping tho whirlwind. "Up to Jan. 1, Bartlett had re- ceived 17,978 bales of cotton ; Gran.ger. 8,731 bales; George- town, 7,632 bales; Belton 4,311 bales; Holland, 5,030 bales; Tay- lor, 22,000 bales; Temple...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 19 January 1906

d 'T ' " ' Bf 1 rff " A M V' Vi 1 Ai? 't$v 3" We Hold Trumps &'' ' Sf m&r And Take the Trick ? wmr. if. 1 tffl aa k 4 ifi Jl ' R" '1 4f 'J Ur us l a 4 , 1 ti If ' ? A ' 3 OLD OAK 12 Years pure, wholesome, mellow Rye Whiskey. Quality Unsurpassed 4 Full Quarts- n 8 12 'Goods shipped C. O. D. Express, charges Lot us got acquainted, wo want your business, will strain every point to deserve your confidence. If you are a judge of good goods ' if vou want the best at lowest prices, and if you want to be sure your Xmas goods are pure and wholesome mail vour orders at once to the San Antonio Liquor Co., HerffBldg., Corner Alamo and Commerce Streets, San Antonio, Texas. Wo guarantee t please you, or your mbnoy back. 'Wo have built up the largest mail order business in Texas and 100,000 satisfied customers testify to tin- puiity of our goods. , UO n,ot pe deceived oy concerns wno oniy exist on paper, aeai direct wun neaaquarters wo roier you to any bank want yonr trade, solicit a trial...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 19 January 1906

fyt 1 ' rfgf!;f a - ' .,..-,- -g,, V.V" toll , ' . . n 'S?'-- ir ' . " ' , '.'A J . . . rw -. , . i . ,, ' 11 i If i' fi : WKflSwBS ? . . ., 1 't1 ' t'i Special THE DESIGNER r ! .1 M w v "?: -.. sri W l, . ka : n ' ) FROM JANUARY 15th to FEBRUARY 1st, 1906. Subscriptions will bo taken by us for The Designer at 50c ayon'r. ' The Designer is one of the best dollar magazines published. We- carry a full line of patterns in stock as illustrated in this magazine. j , Let us have your subscription 50c a Year Winter Overcoats and Suits I 1,' MEN'S OVERCOATS. in tho newest fashionable single and double breasted styles, made of finest imported and domeatio fabrics, worth S15 and. now $10.00' MEN'S SACK SUITS. made of fine quality fabrics of newest weaves in both single and double-breasted cute, worth S20 and $25, now $16.75 MEN'S SACK SUITS ' in an unusually great assortment' of excellent wearing fabrics and in a great variety of pat- terns both single and double-breasted models, worthS15 and...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 19 January 1906

Jr S 4 " . p SOf j n i o J f,' hs.'-" Ai fax. ' V p W v: ? i . . .' ' .... '1 in ?i n Began Saturday, Jan. 12th Every reasonable thinking man knows that we would rather sacrifice our profits on -winter goods now than carry them over twelve months. The reason is obvious The spring season is fast approaching. New goods are arriving daily. .We are ! ' J loaded with a lot of heavy merchandise that must go. The coldest weather is yet 1 . 'to come. You will have three or four months immediate service for winter goods , N yet therefore it is an UNPRECEDENTED New Embroideries. Thousands of yards dainty embroidery and laces are now upon our counters raady for your inspection. Price range '- i cent to $i,oo per yard Ladies Trimmed Hats 33 1-3 cents on the Dollar. RAILROAD Tim TADLk. ay train South... Day train North.- Night train South Hfcht train North. 2:26 p. m ..2:02 p. m. 11:88 a. m. 4:47 m. LOCAL MENTION. Oapt. M B. Haireton is quite nek. Phone Lawrence & Son for chickens. Born, to ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 19 January 1906

T7T .wv-i te- Oft " S StJ - re SZ ,r" I' il &: & ...THE NEW YEAR... I Bringing with it renewed hopo for another twelve months of prosperity, happiness and contentment is upon us. ' Lot'i begin the New Year right. Put away all thoughts of strife with our neighbors; agree to as- Bist each other by every means in our power. Fore- go tho extreme pleasure of always "kicking the under dog." And in the mean time always bear in mind that Here is the place to buy your Groceries. Thanking you all for your liberal patronage-during the pr.st year, and hoping to merit a continuanco of same, I am yours to please, PONDER & BAILEY Successors to J. F. Ponder. t ttKWwwHwwowm Loca)' Mention. Charcoal at Rowntree's. v'fhos, Denson was in town Monday. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Durant, a boy. Dr. McCarty of Granger was hero Monday Michigan and Texas salt at Rowntree's. Chas. pook was at Granger Tuesday on business. Watch for my i-'d. Couriur Hal. W. M. Webster was quite sick first of the we...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 19 January 1906

f-J0 t. -3. J .. -fflUTl-T -li-J -Art 11T if I? I w f hi t ;. k V W -. o- ' ?&, $&. . i " . Teachers1 Institute Meeting. TO. "Wlfl TRIBUNF. fthci William? J County Teach - -?! Institute which, was held at Georgetown January 1-5 was the hest in 'the history of the county. The attendance" was good through out the session, thre being 151 jtfeaChers present out of 156 in the xotlnty. Monday's session was called to . order'by Superintendent W. W. i Jenkins. Scripture reading and 'grayer by Dr. M. C. Hutton of the Presbyterian church. Mayor JR.. E, Ward gave the teachers a f .cordial welcome, which was very appropriately responded to by ' Prof. , M. A. Toole of Round Rock. The, first subject for discussion was Arithmetic, which was ably -conducted by Superintendent W. JVL William of Taylor, followed by a general but very interesting recitation on general methods. In the afternoon Superintendent M. L. WilHams of Granger delivei ed an excellent lecture on Herbert Spencer's-tssay "Wh...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 19 January 1906

?;1. ijf4fsfrsf'!Jkr rrvr-Jrrir , w n ;, t w tm -v -t- j' m-mrr m -m. m im. n ' -m r ' r iw .m 'N' ' m ' m .mi- m mr w mr m r m v rr fli I.momr T InAUAMrP CoId3 fc. imt1 mmm wer. . - aM a otb -- 4- 3 i IV ?. rv ri :jn Hi'-!-. nf" p begins Saturday, January aoth and continues until Wednesday January 31st, 1906- Prices have been completely demolished for 3f Jk this Clearance Sale. Clothing will be sacrificed. It E greatest shoe harvest of your life. Dress Goods will be than manufacturer's cost. Ladies and , e Furnishings, Staples,' Notions, Hosiery, been pruned j The goods must go. Don't miss it. Tell your friends H bors about it. Your money will do double duty now. E circular for partial list of prices. " Saturday, January 20, to Wednesday, January 31st; 1906, Don't forget. BARTLETT, TEXAS. ANNOUNCEMENTS "The! Tribune is authorized to -announce the following oandi- ' dates for office, subject to the democratic primaries : , " BELL COUNTY. jor Sheriff I B. L. Pennington. JLocsJ Items....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 26 January 1906

. & ' View! w ' '4W c 'iv rv t m r: ' .s i- .f)U t W nATIiia TT!nTftvi n PnnPnrnTnn BA.RTLETT, TEXAS, J ANU'ARY 26, 1906. $1.00 Pen YeaA. VOL. XX. NO. S8. ., X. X-. v , -v ..!, --------- P.. ..Slawson Insures the Lives of Horses . M.ules Office in Bartletf National Baurak. , ' '! j; i f I .''Jfcl "ijt'jf Hdtatte mm wj uracil i . r i !3 I '.-' I- HI II' H " 1 WE and influence act all times. It does not matter whether you have the Cash to pay or not, we are always glad to see- ycm. When you are in need of accomodation we are always willing to assist yoi providing the same can be done In conformity with business principles. Our prices aae al- ways as low as goods can be sold. the balance., for several weeks-we will make very 'close prices on chandise. , - . " . V x- hi' i'i- Big Baptist School Lpckhart, Texas,. January 23. A line drawn from Amarillo through Abilene, Brownwood, NBelton, Waco, Bryan to Palea- aoiouB divides the etato about HevuaUy. East of that line there are several...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 26 January 1906

KWW 7' w .. . ' II $$'$ V--& !g-,, 4' w: W 7 r i bf I w t fa f y. p If It " V Jk mir S .V m 'OOOOCOOOGOOOOOOOCtoOOOCOOQOOOOOOOOeeOOOOOOaOCOOOeM'i.p We Want Your Grocery ', Trade. W pay highest market price for Eggs, Butter and all kinds Country Produce. Fresh Groceies, All Kinds. Have our service. own delivery 'Phone 40. need anything. Hintz & Grocers. I R.ed Top Csune Seed. nOOOCXXSOCO3eXXX50CXXXXSOOG3 THE BARTLETT TRIBUNE. ESTABLISHED 1880. Entered as Second-class Matter at the Postoffico, Bartlett. Texas. 'One Year.. . 1.00 ix Monthsi 50 Three Months 25 F. GATES, - Editor and Proprietor., ,M.L. CATES, - Foreman. FRIDAY, JAN. 20, 1900 The recent freeze vas a bless- ing to the coming fruit crop. Only a few days time in which to pay that poll tax. Haye you paid it? Too many people hate sin and 6inner3 more, than they really love Christianity and Christians. The lives of too many people in Bartlett are guided by selfish motives. If you do not agree with your fellow man, don't...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 26 January 1906

w flWAT '' rr -I ,;r,: & ,;4 '4sfl fi "Mlv ,f - ., fik fa If- fa -. K.T- l'- ft" 'A k.- ,x pf ' j 1 1 ',- .:.. &'', ,'' V ;? i-. iv ! V l , a :' OVER THE Since :the consolidation by tho two Baptist churchoa at George- town, one of tho church build ings, will be removed to Loander.j There has been rooently or- c ganized ft Farmers! Union at ' Palm Valley of 17 members with Goorgo Palm as president, ,, Round Rock Leader. Sam Sparks has moved baok to Belton, and will from hei'e conduct his campaign for the of- fice of State Treasuror. Jour- . nal. Rev. Mi E. Dozier has ex- changed his 100 aore farm near ,' Taylor for a residence and gin at Hutto, and expaots to move to his new homo in a few days. . Frank Graham topped the hog , market yesterday by soiling .three hogs that weighed 1400. They wore sold to Turner & Hale fdr 5c, and netted tho owner S70. . Rockdale Reporter. Lampasas, Tex., Jan. 19, In ' just one week from Friday last to date Lampasas' has shipped .' four solid...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 26 January 1906

"'V lit,. r '" !.' - , 'n !;:r--''L" -, && . 'sp; WEiSBSOTESSssroracK tsgamrgaamsiittmmMmgtegs rrertjntrynHK r-ginrra:rareiiImgirirYre ' IP.. -i.5,V &$;.'. $ . &. ., O "4 r :. ' V,- "s" :fjit?fiP,WTr?? ;pf , .." DESIGNER g5a k9 3 m& oycuidi h f fc.5 It ",.' r. - la w-s Itf s ' ft. . ' ." 1-. VS. : r . i 5''".' .' FROM JANUARY 15th to FEBRUARY 1st, 1906. K) , will bo taken by us for The Designer at 50c;a year, The Designer is one of the best dollar magazines published. Wo carry a full line of patterns in stock as illustrated in this magazine. Let us have your subscription H .Ml'' 50c a Year Winter Overcoats and Suits MEN'S OVERCOATS. in the newest fashionable single and double breasted styles, made of finest imported and domestic fabrics, worth 815 and now $10.00 MEN'S SACK SUITS. made of fine quality fabrics of newest weaves in both single and double-breasted cute, worth S20 and S25, now $16.75 MEN'S SACK SUITS in an unusually great assortment of exoellent wearin...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 26 January 1906

pip; wkhw" """ Rnr KIxiKna jWM 1 ' 'n ' 'i. -. Pv oods Pushln ," . mt? ' PUSHING OUT FALL AND WINTER MERCHANDISE Sm" p.1 Spring G w : K !.. " X. rf IA. ' IS r f o . TX " .X. r' n By far ever may not to you. New Gingham, New Suiting New Lace,. New Embroidery, " -. We are still offering everything in winter merchandise atla Walton t mm4yiimmmmMmiimMm RAILROAD TIME TABLE. "5ay train South, 2:25 p. m Tl... ,l NTrirti 2:02 tl. m. u Night train South 11:88 a. m. Night train North 4:47 a. m. LOCAL MENTION. ' Measles are now prevalent in Bartlett. Phone 'Lawrence & Son for chickens. Capt. M. B. Hairaton is im- proving some. Bridges Bros, want your hogs and clean raw hide. R. N. Crow wont to Marlin yes- terday on business. New York Store pays highest .market price for eggs. Sam P. Drake and family have ' moved to Waco to reside. ' Watch for my ad. Courier JiU. Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Tipton were in town yesterday shopping T. H. Deoker was here yoster- from Heidonheimer. L. G. Pool of Granger wa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 26 January 1906

& r f TtfFW, -ffcii SW1 , V J I1' i O y l! '. J t i j r" rv i;r? M3w l r ij h ...THE NEW YEAR. 2 Bringing with it ronewod hope for another twelve - . . months of prosperity, happiness and contentment is upon us. Let'a begin thoughts of strife with our sist each other by every means in our power." Foro- oti tho extreme pleasure of always "kicking tho under dog." t And in tho mean time always bear in mind that t Here is the place to buy your Groceries. X Thanking you all for your liberal patronage during I the ptist year, and hoping to merit a continuance f of same, I am yours to please, . j PONDER & BAILEY 1 Successors to J. F. Ponder.1 I Local Mention. Charcoal at Rowntree s. There was snow t lright in Bart- lett this week. Michigan and Texas salt at Rowntree's. V. K. Leatherman yisited at Donahoe Tuesday. Watch for my tid. Courier Hal. Ed Bolding returned from Tay- lor Tuesday. Toe Rowe of Corn Hill was in town Saturday. Dr. J. M. Witt wont to Waco Tuesday on business. Depu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 26 January 1906

SW7 f V i i ?' 3; M, Mh? .!" . ", O'V . V ' c o (..' r When Two Fools Meet. The biggest fools on earth are those who conclude that because they have a little more money than someone else they are above them. To think such a thing is in itself an evidence of a very 'ypdak mind, bordering on imbe- cility, Browiwood Bulletin. It those poor fools could just -realize that the homage paid to thm by other fools, that the "re- spect" they command in the com- munity is not for them, but for the money, that the same amount of money tied to a burro's tail would cause the burro o be re- cipient of the same homage and respect, they would be1 better citi- zens. The man who has nothing btft money to commend him is poor indeed. But to get right down to the root of the matter, it is the poor people who aie the ause of the affairs. To most of them money is a synonym of wisdom. The rich man's words are as pearls, his oeinion is much sought. He may not have an idea above , a June bug, but his meaningle...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 26 January 1906

. : ' ?' . "'I iii. ... i i If ''-'" "IE n .. 1 If , ,,,., , $,! v 'y. 'Orjocrsnsrjrj a rx.r r a 3 w CJC PNC C C" ri l' 9 "3IC rC r'S ii e X a rcw ffiuKD uays 3 And your chance to buy dependable Merchandise and piicos wo make for 3 Our January. CLEARANCE -vvill have passed. The best and greatest values of the yenr stare you in the face. We simply Btalo ft cts when wo toll you that during 31 this ovent Thousands of dollars worth of Dress Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Ladies and Men's Underwear, Hosiery, Furnishings, No- E3L tions, Tablo Linens. Towels, Blankets and Comfortables, LadieB Skirts, Ladies Muslin Underwear, Laces, Embroideries will bo merci- lessly sacrificed for a complete Oloavance to make room for the reception of our Spring and Summer stock. The question is: Can you, dare you, injustice to your own interest, over look this opportunity to save 25 to 60 per cent. Use the good sense with which naturo has endowed you, and come and see with your own eyes that We Mean Busine...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune — 2 February 1906

Ml; . , $ "W 'o ji.' ; t v, '! rlbttne: ., !', '.:! 1J, F. GATES, Editok and Proprietor. BA.RTLETT, TEXAS, FEBRUARY 2, 1906. $1.00 Per Year. VOL. XX. NO. 9. 'ffl ,. 1 lortlctt ,.S. IT NEW GOODS for Spring and early . Sxtnmer wear' are now arriving and we can sho'w yos an elegant line of fc !'' 1 I I " " ' New Embroidery; ' -- u . New Laces '' ' !;,., , - ; ' .: New Ginghams ; .''.' - 'Jj ft ' . "" . New White Goods', ;v '. New Waistings ' ' ; . , i- ..-. rr'"M I H ' It will pay yoi to see the handsome patterns we are showing in these goods I 1 I ? A?A A JW 1 Mm 11 II Sales9 and Trade's Day. Tirst Saturday in Each Month Selected as the Day. On laBt Saturday morning a .number of Bartlett's business man and citizens held a mass meeting in Stanley hall for the ,)urpbsa of agitating a Trades' And Sales' day for Bartlett, and the movement met with Buooess on every hand. A. P. Clark was made chairman and Wm Bald- rldge secretary of the meeting. After'Bome disoussion, the first; Saturday in...

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