The Bartlett Tribune (Bartlett, Tex.), Vol. 19, No. 49, Ed. 1, Friday, April 7, 1905 Page: 1 of 10
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BARTLETT, TEXAS, APRIL 7, 1905.
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asons wny you snouia piace your ousiness witn us. I hare is no store in
e stylishWine of Dry Goods thanwe do. .We alwaysBave the .latest at
New Idea Patterns
Get thejyiay Fashion Sheet.free.. All pat
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st the same pncewOc. Why pay more
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trimmed anci Street hataflFagreat saving
'yotf 'Wtaihcfafiat we carreave you from 50c,
tci $1 on vour.stlmmer hat. See our line,
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' lachei waist measure- J
) ARE YOU. '
A Wholly satisfied with the new
A shoesiyoti are now getting? If
i not theiffc a deal of satisfac-
h) tion JnjB'ing us 5 or $6 for a
ijj pairliPstacy Adams shoes.
,J It's the best possible snoe you
J cari .buy for the price, The
j excellent service, gond looks
and splendid fitting qualities
wllLconvihcc you if this prinfc-
1 ed talk won'tt
Br 0 ' iiBBir
s "'jTry a pair and you'll thank nis
3 lor telling you alout it.
W. " a-" r; ' i s
Eggs continue Steady, j,
we are paying lodayper j,
dozen lie j,
Old roosters in good de- j,
mand at per dozea 1.75. j,
Large Hens per doz. 3.25. l
Small hens " " .7o.
it her b
eek to vis-
Butter is worth 'per lb.
Onions are going higher.
urange prices are tending &
Very Late Arrivals
, We have some handsome
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new Hosiery ana can oner
exceptional values for .the next
. ... . . v .
a lune quality nose in iast
j black and tan for 35c for 25c.
Other grades, better jquality,
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Alo large line of.men's half
hose ih lace stripe, embrojder-
ied and- plain, 35c grade tia$q.
Large lot Boys Spring Suits
in sties from to 20 years old
j prices rangerorrt 1.25 tgF$j,6o
Bartlett -is the; best pro-J, fallowing,
aufjo rnarKet in xne two h,
countios. ' ' &
a large g,
flour at k.
We -aret having
ti'ade, on Lily
vis, an 0
ere on the third
his month. An elab
of talks, essays
citations, has bee:
.Everybody is in
out and edjoy the feast
eny love. Tnero will
be preaohing on Sunday
Dartlett's City jFinanccs.
another column of the Trib-
arinearS the financial reoorfc
of the city jvhioh' shows thatHthe
city finances are in good condi
tion, having on hand in cash
S4424.8G, of whidh S1656 is gen
eral fund$855 street fund, inter
cut, uuu mnKing .lunu oioi'J..'ii,
'water fnnd S164.59 and a few
Municipal ownership' has b;een
a success' here so far, the city
owning its school banding and
grounos undone .artesian well
and watpr works, Nvhioh from
now on will pay morean the
interest and sinking fund ontije
bonds that yero issued to dig
well and put in the water works,
Tho receipts from users of
ater lost year was SlldO, and
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The President's Vlkk
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Promptly to-tlvemlnuta 'the
president's Jirain passed 'throng!
Bartlett atll.:50 A. M. Thursday
April 0, 1905, Mr. Boosayei
stood-on the rear platform as'tl
trail! slftwly passed through th
large tBemblage 0f peoplp of fill,
a!?e3. triors and oondiMnnn A Tifl
puffla of the IJign Sohool wer ,
arranged on the cottqn platform
so that every one saw the. presi-
dent of the United States A
scene they yll remember through'"' '-
life, As the train mored
aiong, tne president wawflBreet
mgs ana repoatea M jyprt intw,- F-
iflBTl 1l,1. '
vuiax "good luck
ir water rates are the lowest in
.uemana ior lnsn potatoes u
increasing going at oo k
per bushel. ,
Picnic weather js approach
inc. Uet your nic-nacs
Just received a fre&h stock
of Swift's Premium hams
and breakfast" bacon.
Sam F. Drake.
Barnharfc Bdg, Bartlett, Texas
Lrffet Tuesday' at Granger Koll-
man & Cates sold to D. N. Blan-
ton of near here, the 200 acre
trQt of land belongiug to J. M.
Lamb of that oity, consideration
S55,por acre. They also sold the
147 acre tract of land on tho
Clark farm, belonging to J' N.
Jordan, to Mr. Lamb ooisidera-
ation S50 per acre. The land
sold to Mr. Blanton is situated
about S 1-2 miles east of Granger
and is one of the best farms in
that section, ind is an ideal
home, Sinoo purchasing Mr.
Jordan's land Mr. Lamb now
owns aljotlt 275 acres of the
Clark farm, which i also an ex-
cellent tract of'ltfhd. '
spring day, Jtfg italy-2.no ""Cal-" r
ifornia no anywhere can excel
r the coming year it is expect- Texas in the lovelinosibf p J
to roaon oyer 1DUU, and still 1 oprmg-ume aay wnon ?ae h ,
chooses to wear smiles, Prert--dent
Rooseylt was thex SSCO514
choice o many old dyedj in rtb
wool democrats hereabouts, da v
ring the MoKinleyRooseYalta)lka - '
Bryan' Stevenson oampaign It
was not hard for theso old d,em0-
orats to lift their hats and oxtend.
good wishes to their Preside.
Pew wonld feel moresorrw thart
tnese old demoorata should acci-
dental mis-fortune be the lot ol
Theodore Rooseyeli, President of
their country. - If hearty good
will lias weighi or influenoe wjtfc
the Supreme Ruler of the Uni-
verse, the days of the president's
Stay-in Texas 'will 'bring a shower
of blessings. So mote it b.
Granger Chy Election.
Granger, Tex,, April 5. .The
election held here yesterday for a
full set of city officers, this being
the first election held since merg.
ing ftom a town to a city corpo-
ration, resulted in the. choice of
the following: Mayor, R. T.
Bland; city atlorney, Captain J.
W. Fosey; assesor and collector,,
W. L, McLaughlin; treasurer, S.
M. Davisj city cl6rk, Dr. G. H.
Kincaid; aldermen, A. A. Hatch-
ell, D. C. Young, G. F. Wilcox,'
Jr., I. T. Brown, H. T. Saber.
Slock Law Defeated. ,
In the election held last Satur-
day in the Bartlctt-Granger pre-
cirict to determine whether or not
the stock bhould be allowed to
run at large, the proposition was
defeated by a vote of 92 to 123.
Th vote at this box was 40 to 8,
as but little interest was manifested
as the law is already enforced
fiere on the Bell county side, and
A Splendid Sboiviag.
According to the annual
ment of the Improved Order of
Red Men of Texas, wJich lias jut
been completed by the. Great
Chief 'of Records, J.D SlaWtoB, "df
this city, the order isin a moaJCrftS
flourishing condign, and shows' Vm;
cronrt increase n rrines ana cauiu q
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also in the city by an act of thd ells throuqnmit the rei-rvfttion t Og
councJJ. ' '', riess. ' " M
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Cates, R. F. The Bartlett Tribune (Bartlett, Tex.), Vol. 19, No. 49, Ed. 1, Friday, April 7, 1905, newspaper, April 7, 1905; Bartlett, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth49317/m1/1/: accessed September 20, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Bartlett Activities Center and the Historical Society of Bartlett.