The Bartlett Tribune and News (Bartlett, Tex.), Vol. 51, No. 18, Ed. 1, Friday, January 21, 1938 Page: 8 of 8
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Friday January 21. l&hft
"Where Most People Trade"
May we say this in connection with the
Cooking School to be held at the Alamo
Theatre and sponsored by The Bartlett Tri-
bune: WE HANDLE:
Knox Gelatine and Knox Jell
Bananas: sound large fruit
Lifebuoy Soap Lux Toilet Soap
Pillsbury's Sno-sheen Cake Flour
Lipton's Yellow Label Tea
.... and a complete line of staple and fancy
groceries for your every day needs and for
American Beauty Flour: 48-lb. bag .1.85
Old Homesteao1 Floutf: 48-lb. bag 1.55
For-get-me-not Flour: 48-lb. bag 1.85
Prize Winner Flour: 48-lb. bag 1.40
Whole Wheat and Rye Flour Cake Flour and
Farina in handy quite economical 2-lb. bags.
t. Poppy Seed . 2 lbs. for .25
Hominy: No. 1 can: 4 for 25
l.Arbuckle's Coffee per lb ........;: .15
(A favorite for over 60 years)
Calumet Baking Powder: 5-lbsi ;80
Usod oxclusivoly la
-xz-B-Ji tho Motion Piofuro J
Mr. and Mrs. Bernio Allen of
Taylor stopped in Bartlott Mow-
day on business while on their
way to Dallas.
im Izard of Holland was a
Bartlett visitor Tuesday.
BRICK Building for rent the
east building on Clark Street.
J. K. Knight and Constable
Price wro in Belton Monday on
J. K. Knight is foreman of the
Grand Jury this session in Bel-ton.
The Tribune's helpful cooking
school will take the guess work
out of housework.
Aubrey Roberts and Raphael
Joyce were Hearne visitors Monday.
William Jackson was a busi-
ness visitor in San Angelo this
W. J. Tomecek and family of
Austin were in Bartlett Wednesday.
Mr wad Mrs. By Ybtm ime
vlilbtha in Fort Worth Thurs
R. W. Miller and George Hem-
pel wore .business visitors in Dal
Winter is still boforc us. Get
your winter coats and dresses at
The Smart Shop at reduced
Emsie Hair returned home
Wednesday after1 a two week's
stay in ft Temple hospital.
Mrs. George Gray daughter
of Mr. andIrg. Robert Rown-
tree of Port Arthur is a patient
in a Teniple hospital.
Harry Allen of Austin visited
his parents here one day .ifchis
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson H. Fox of
Taylor were visitors in Bartlett
Wednesday. Mr. Fox nvas here
in the interest of his candidacy
for district attorney of William-
'I t'lll"M'''l't"lll"t4"il'l'l l"i"t"t-l
bye to Bartlett
John Gray and son' Doyle of
Holland were in Bartlett Wed-nesday.
Mr. and Mrs. G. Ormand were
'Taylor visitors Wednesday.
For sale our three ware-
houses on railroad. Lawrence
Bros. See John Lawrence.
il&&&&&&&!ri& 4 CHAS. DILLARD
t VULCANIZING j
15 years' experience in
X HnnniiMiin- Mmu.nillo ami T
$ replacing valve stems. All
if you can't . . .
The best protection is cau-
tion.. The next best .is in-
surance! Don't risk losing
property and other valu-
ables. Be Sure to
A. F. Czarowitz
"Whee Most People Trade"
Pecans: early-gathered good size
and quality: 3 lbs. .
Gulf Spray improved Gulf Venom at
greatly reduced prices that you should nol
to ask us about it.
Crystal White Toilet Soap per bar.
(pure white and fragrant: in Lilac
Beans: Navies Pintos Great Northern ai
Baby Limas (one of the greatest fc
staples 15-lb. for
Brooms: real values as low as
Equally good values at somewhat higher
Lay Mash Oyster Shell Bran Shorts
and Bone Scraps at reduced prices. Tan!
We handle Dr. Salisbury's Poultry Reme?
Show Boat Coffee: none better for the pi
1 lb 25c; 2 lbs :.
Prince Albert Tobacco: 3 tins for
All 5c Tobaccos are 6 for
All 10c Tobaccos are 3 for
Rubbing Alcohol: 16-ounce
Babbitt Cleanser: 5c 6 for.
Spinach: No. 2 cans: 3 for
Beans: Cut Green: 10c can 12 cans for..
Dole's Crushed Pineapple: 9-ounce 3
Del Monte Pineapple: gallons
in heavy syrup ..: ....... .
Giant Lye: 11 cans for .......'.
Cocoa: a real value at 2-lbs. for.
Line of Dried
There's Still Time To
take Advantage of Sav-
ings during this Event!
75 .LADIES' DRESSES
Many of them are brand
spanking new late Fall Dres-
ses. BUY THEM NOW.
$ 4.75 Dresses Now $2.38
$ 6.75 Dresses; Now 3.38
$ 7.95 Dresses iNow 3.98
$ 8.75 Dresses Now 4.38
$10.75 Dresses....Now 5.38
$11.75 Dresses Npw 5.88
$1395 Dresses Now 698
$14.75 Dresses Now 7.38
$15.75 Dresses Now 848
Ladies' Misses' and Children's
They are being CLOSED
OUT. Sold from 10 to 25
less than Actual Factory Cost.
3 $ 6.95 Coats at $4.75
1 $ 7.95 Coat at 4.75
5 $11.75 Coats ..at 6.75
4 $12.75 Coats at 6.75
4 $12.75 Coats ;.at 8.98
1 $13.75 Coat at 6.75
2 $17.75 Coats at 9.75
2 $18.75 Coats at 9.75
2 $19.75 Coats at 9.75
1 $19.75 Coat at 13.98
1 $22.75 Coat at 15.98
2 $24.95 Coats... ....at 18.95
Surprising values. If you can
not pay it all at one time see
our down payment plan.
JZ. . ':."-l.
PRICES THAT TALK
You have waited for lower cotton goods
prices here they are. Buy your needs to-
day. 94 Bleached Pepperell Sheeting ....32c
94 Bleached Garza Sheeting ...32ic
94 Brown Garza Sheeting 31c
72 inch Unbleached Sheeting 120c
8 oz. Heavy Feather Ticking .22c
81x90 Bleached Pepperell Sheets 98c
42x36 Blea. Purple Bond Pillow Cases 20c
36 in. Fancy Light Colored Outing..l.l2c
36 in. "TWO OXEN" Heavy Grey '.
Covert Shirting worth 25c 19c
36 in. "Blue Bell" soft and fast
colored shirting worth 20c -15c
42 in. Bleached Pepperell Tubing 2Qc
39 in. iFne Brown Sheeting 8 l-3c
39 in. Fine Brown Sheeting .. :8 l-3c
"QUADRIGA" America's finest 80x80
print. Every yard is warranted fast in. col-
or patterns can not be excelled. It!s 36
inches wide and sells for only
2 to 8 P.M.
"Golden Seal" 70x80 Cotton Blanket
Double-weight 2 lb. and worth-$;l .50
t fifctf fcifi
5 : -
"POPPY" a 66x76 double 2 lb cotton
blanket and worth $1.35. Only-J I
NEW 1938 SPRING FROCK
Beautif utt m:ew styj
fast color. Broadcloth
high grade' print. Sizes!
to 50. "A new Dress au
reasonable price for ev&
girl or grown woman.
73 PRINT DRESSES
" Mostly short sleeves Values- from
to ?l-.95-rgood styles.. To cloks them vil
making' an unusually low price. '
.52 Price only Btl
SSieet t PiiSow
Fast Colored Hem. One
81x90 two 42x36 Cases. Cc
Rose Gold Green Orchid.
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Ford, Robert C. The Bartlett Tribune and News (Bartlett, Tex.), Vol. 51, No. 18, Ed. 1, Friday, January 21, 1938, newspaper, January 21, 1938; Bartlett, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth76509/m1/8/: accessed April 20, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Bartlett Activities Center and the Historical Society of Bartlett.