The Bartlett Tribune (Bartlett, Tex.), Vol. 16, No. 47, Ed. 1, Friday, March 7, 1902 Page: 1 of 8
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BARTLlSrT, TEXAS, MARCH 7,1902
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WearBla ck Gat'Hose.
CLEARING -: SALE!
We have purchased a large stock of
Spring Dress Goods Etc., soon to arrive,
and in order t6 make room for them we aro making extremely low pricos in all, lines. We desire to
convort the Fall and winter goods into cash. ! If "right down" prices are any inducement
for you to buy then rest assured that we are making'such pricos. Wo will bo please to show you
our goods at all times whether you purchase or not.
For Men and Women,
35 per cent discount on all wool diess ods. 300 yards of waist silk at "0
discount. 200 yards 32-inc and 36-inch Percales at 5c. ,
. ' 1 A11 goods guaranteed as represented or money refunded, will sell as cheap for cash!
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Mar. 3. Colonel
tdge, who is t!io
lement to get tlio
.line to Austin,
Prairie Dell Item 3.
To The Tribune.
The sick in-our community are
Planting corn is . the order of
Mr. Lando G errel, of Temple.
Austin Tex,liardware aent was 5n our town
27-. 1902. aaturaay.
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Mr. 'and Mrs. jonn Jitigianai
gaye the young 'people a jiice
party Friday night; a nice time
was the rcsulf
Dr. A, L. Jones visited Killeen
Hon. Cullen P. Thomas, candid-
ate for.Cohgress, was in our tbyn
Friday, accompanied by Distrtct
Attorney W. W. Hair. We were
glad to see Mr. Thomas out.
Mr. T. D; Robinson returned
to his' home in Hopkins county
Mr, W. B. Blair, candidate for
county treasurer, was in our town
Dr. A. L. Jones is having his
There is considerable talk of a
milliner shop in our town.
Mr. J. C. Stephenson will go
to Holland where he will open a
Ed Shotwell went to Belton
Tuesday where he is employed in
the cotton mills,
of the 19th'
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A big assortment
models now on exhibi-
tion in our millinery
department. Miss Men
ton is prepared to .sup
ply your desires Can
also give you valuable
the coming season.
New Goods in Eve
I W, W. WaltoK
n take up
i my New
ue to got
3f co- ton
Another Record Breaker.
During the month of February
,Mrs. J. J, Gilbert, of this city eold
40'pounds of butter vat 20 cents
per pound; 40 dozen eggs at 15
cents per dozdn; 80 gallons of
milk at 10 cents por gallon. The
total amount of proceeds amount-
ing to S22.00 What individual in
Boll or Williamson counties has
done as woll as Mrs Gilbert, du-
'eaching at Althea last Sunday
,tb a crowded house.
The young people enjoyed a
pleasant social at the home.'of Mr.
and Mrs. T. P. Robinson Friday
The Althea "school closed last
Rk. The teacher? Misses. j-Iine
and Lesovsky treated the pupils
to a v,ery excellent variety cake,
also lemonade and choccjate.
Messrs. Adams,-Thomas,- Serberf
and others, made a very, success-
ful trip on Little River, fishing
being the object.
Mr. Stene Parker has two tery
sick children this week. .
This week Mr. R. H. Bartlett
sold a tract of 100 acres of land ,
about two and one. half miles
fronW;own to Mai. A. J. Durant
for .B60 an acre. This is the
.'fr A.' ?
eotion was hel(i;t6iieari
of the, people to,
of the corporat
from that of o,'vill
price per acre over paid , city of-.ovor
for JaBsin this section. The a
boao cohsideredTo be the
richest land" in Texas. .Mr Bart-
lett will probably move to Tar-
Editor Tribune : The statement
published in a number of county
papers last week to the effect
that Mr. T. N. Dunn was appoint-
ed postmaster at Corn Hiill under
Hayes' administration for 23
years, is an error, M. L. Hair,
now of Bartlott, was appointed
postmaster at Corn Hill in 1870
and served in that capacity until
1880, when he resigned and
moved to Bartlett. Unole Geo..
Woathorford Was then appointed
postmaster- and hold the office
for several years. C. J. Jackson
was then appointed and hold the
offiico for somo time, J, J.' Rich-
ardson succeeding Mr. Jaokson,
Mr. Dunn hoing appointed at
tho expiration of i Mr, Richard-
Mrs. J. P. Ponahoe T-oturnod
toiler homo at Hutto yoBterday,
ncoompanied as far as Taytpr by
Mrs. J, M. Barnhart.
Telephone Line to Oorn Hill.
-The Bartlett-W.alburg Tele-
phone company will have a meet-
ing to-day for the purpose of con-
sidering the extension of their
line from Walburg to Corn Hill.
ThaTlribune hopes the movement
will materialize,- as i': will be a
mutual benefit. Bartlett appre-
ciates th Corn Hill trade and
will Sparc no painsfor any "enter-
prise which will convenience the
people of that section, or any sec-
tion of her great trade territory.
Mr J. H. Vaughan and Miss
Delia MoMillen were married at
tho residence of the bride's grand
parents, Capt. and Mrs. J. R.
Shultz, on the 5th inst., Rev. W-
C. Hilburn officiating. The Irib-
uno joins their many friends in
flhirij tho oOntraoting partios a
ongncyvna nappy miuro.
Tjinlcontracting parties? aro
whJhifrhly r,espeoted pooplo of
aiwttt and have many warm
ho oxtond concrratula-
tiewwulsjirhoy have moved tjnto
tuWiJuotno on.Ularlc street.
fey SfSft '
Blood Hounds Purchased.'
The commissioners, court of
Boll cpnnty has recently
purchased two fine blood hounds
"from .the State Corivict farm, in
Dallas county. They will be
used on the county Jarrri and by
the sheriff of Bell County,
OH! WHAT A SNASrtlett voting,boXWM
One barrel of ginger
fers, five" o'c
eisc in our
that Will go well with the crack-
ers. Some of our excellent tea or our
Jiva blend of coffe. These arc
both delicious beverages,
tho next ma
ation will be.,cpntjhuod
coming election Heldir
LAf ter that the) ,Toityimora
wilLgointo effect 'lAn
was1 not cast. 'fuldbubtl
reast expressed: the will of i
muguovy uj. me yiHeija,
is bftt reasonable ;to4po$vS
minority to cheerfully ftQqUM
111 tuo win. ui uio,uiiijuuvyy i
is .the basis ,.prindipie)of' our. ;
vinugo iu, a, vnyt luriu, ui
mentVillgive right tohc
many other thir
essential to tho-
r uouru; -f
knftm vm.,M i
has', aWointed' S
r'0, as. presiding offifefSi
eral eleotiph., , SalsctoJS
IK W. Mathews; Prairie; Dell ;" T&M
U. niUUUlUllHlU, YI)M,.n,
Bankston; Holland, R. J
Two new 'voting boxes
created Kb lis and , Bpltoa'-
fbrmer out pf, Summers
Prajrie Doll vand Halaao vc
ing prooihets and. the other ouV
Temple Oonavillo, Boll Falls
Trov. An eio'
in paoh digtrjo
a contract fo
the ork go
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Cates & Sharpe. The Bartlett Tribune (Bartlett, Tex.), Vol. 16, No. 47, Ed. 1, Friday, March 7, 1902, newspaper, March 7, 1902; Bartlett, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth49208/m1/1/: accessed May 24, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Bartlett Activities Center and the Historical Society of Bartlett.