The Bartlett Tribune (Bartlett, Tex.), Vol. 16, No. 52, Ed. 1, Friday, April 11, 1902 Page: 1 of 8
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II ' We Do ' Everything we Promise,, 1
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from 12 l-2c to 40c.
country, and can mako you a suit from 10 to $40.
Pants, from 2.25 to 10.00. Why.do you buy 'pants
of doujDtful make when
er" all wool pant for 2.50 and 3.50. '.Lot us show mg your wile lor tno sorry biscuits. OOLPO JOOOS9 'I .S3 ' 'H
youthogoods. . .. . . Qod Treatment. f Right -Prices.: tlf 1
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K' In - Town.
Qu,'r millinery department
, s now open. All the latest
kr, anu' up-io-uuio styios are
. iL.iv,e, xaro especially stong on
".; $this'line "this year. Having
ec.ured'tho services of
, :.M1(3S,ANNA VELTE,
''4 ,'$($ .artistic and experienced
'; .trimmer, who lias trimmed
in' the most iashipnablo mil-
v finery houses in-Toxas, coup-
u Jed AYJ'th a lino from the oast,
YV''W':ar.o prepared to show you
, A Better, Line at Lower
k' Prices tlian you will
,'"' ' jind elsewhere.
Everybody is familiar Avith
the iiict that wo handle
.. the biggegt aid best
: mobs f -S
. , jtthe lowest price.
In, our lino of Ladies Ox-
' r(Js and Sandals wo show
something nqw and service-
a n 'rablo at prices that can-
riot be matched.
uLadies'"and Childyons' Bon-
me riantels visited.
land this week;, .
And it "is worth while for
Wo .do not claim our store the Biggest in the country, but wo do claim to have the goods at prices that are guaranteed to bo as low (on
many things lower) thtMi elsewhere. Come to see us for everything, even if you aro not ready to buy, we take pleasure in showing you.
Wo don't expect it to stop. Wo want you
price and wear guaranteed.
full lino of Jap'aneso and Ohi-
matting just received, rrices
New trunks, big trunks, little
trunks, cheap trunks, good trunks.
Good sized trunks 1.50.
are agents for seven of the
l& largest tailoring concerns in tne
yoacan buy the "bun lUow-
- -Althea' Item's.
To The Tribune. j
. Rev. J. P. Walker, of Davilla,
preachedhere Sunday to a good
audience. He dined with Mr. T.
Postmaster Charles .Adams 'and
J quite a- number of others, includ
ing Mr. Norman Parish and wife,
went fishing last week on the San
Gabriel; they report a fine catch.
Mr. Steve Parker and Mr. Bill
Ellis went over to Iiackberry last
Tuesday; they report a good rainj
at that place.
Quite a number of Altheaites
and Centervillitsattendcd the con-
cert at Pecan school house last
Mr. Taylor Jarret went far be
yond Centervill last Friday night.
There mnst be some attraction for
him in those parts, Taylor, we
would .listen to an explanation.
Mr. T. P.. Robinson reports a
mjss of new Irish potatoes, looks
like he would pass them around.
Misses Claudieand Ethal Chil-
dres visited Mrs. T. P. Robinson,
Mr. T. P. Robinson reports hav-
ing fifty acres of cotton planted
and about thirty .acres up to a
The school trustee election here
last Saturday resulted in the el-
ection of Messrs. vChas. Adams,
J. M.- Copeland and Bryant".
Storm at Round Rock.
Round Rook, Tex. April 7. A
severe hail, rain .and windstorm
visited this place last night, do-
ing a groat deal of damage, blow-
ing down trees, windmills; un-
roofing houses, blowing housosoff
foundations and blowing nearly
all tho awnings on the South side
of town to pieces. Damage done
to property in this country will
amouut to several .thousand dol-
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stow taster and taster,
to keep coming, and wq are
plete. "Monarch" shirts in negligee and stiff bos-
oms All szos, all styles. "Arrow" brand collars,
15c, two for 25c. ' All sizes, new shapes and styles.
Amonc the now thing's wo show a"beautiful lot of
Mens ties in Four-in-hand,
Knot and String.
gfy Douglass makes the best shoes for men,
to sell at 2 50, 3.00, 3 50. We sell 'em.
Rnv "RpH On p" Flour and vou wi'Jakston blam- I ' -" . ' ! , ;!
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Barney Riggs liilJed.
. Bamey'Riggs, who was reared , On last Saturday night at Sala-
in Bell county, near Salado, and do the Local Dramatic club, ren-
will remembered by many old dcrcd the play, "The Minister's
citizWs of this secAon, was killed Donation Parly' to a large and
at-Fort Stocktonie 7th inst. I
by a beardless ydnfli. He was
shot five times and died instantly.
It is said Riggs had killed a .num-.
ber of men in his dajf and his life
was an adventurous one, He was
an utter stranger,. to the sense of,
fear, and like many TexanS'of for
mer davs. carried his life in his 1
hands. However, like all men, h
had some good traits..
: School Concert.!
On Friday night, &pril ' 18, a
'concert- will be" given at the Kelso
.Schoql house. The entertain
ment is being given by mo stu
dents of the Kelso school and,
the Literary Society. Tho'.pooplo
of tho community extend a cord-
ial invitation to all. They will
do 'their best to onterhun you. .
A protraoted meeting will be.
held at tho Methodist Church
beginning'" next Sunday, April
13th. Wo a9k tho co-ofieration
of nll ohristian people. Tho
hours for service will bo: 10
o'clock in tho morning' and 8
o'clock in tho evening. Every-
body iS cordially invited to at-
tend. "W. C. Hilburn, Pastor.
To the Public .
Tho firm heretofore doing bus-
iness in Byrllotfc under tho namo
of H. Mayo fc Company was dis-
solved on .April, 3rd 1002, and II.
Mayo will not bo responsible, for
dobts contracted rby the above
named firm. , H. Mayo.
, TrusteeB Elected.
At the election for sohool trus-
tees last Saturday, J, "W. Jack-
son v Villiamstfrr; and H. A. Broi-
han. Bell coimtv, waro olocted.
They are, bothKood.men,,
you to visit our store:
going to seo that you do by
r In this line
& wo aro com
Bows, Imperial, New-
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! Salado -Entertainment.
appreciative' audience, composed
of quite a number from neighbor-
ing towns. The play was well
rendered and enjoyed by all. The
proceeds went went toward se-
curing mncis to seat tne. new au
ditorium of the
Salado ' college'
Those who attended from. Bart-
lett were: Mr. and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs. C. C.
' Bailey, Mr. and Mrs. T. E
r.M isses Davis; . Strickland, Hair;
Messrs . John Tcer, J. V. Morris,
H. W oods. The merry crowd re-
turned via Goodeville, where a
lunch was spread, and everything
pasredoffto the. satisfaction of alUMayfield Woolen Mills, vs W A
except uie disappearance 01 a cer-
tain box packed with the luxuries
of life, the property of Miss Strick-
land and Mr. Morris, which, by
the way, caused them to have to
go visiting for lunch. All report
an enjoyable trip. .
Killed a Mad Dog.
vMr. ,H. R. "Kelso killed 'a mad
dog at his home on Indian Creek
Wednesday. Ho had on a collar
and on it a brass plate inscribod
'R. H. Harrison, Salado,. Tex."
It is supposed that the dog came
from Salado, and it may havo
bitton animals on ' tho way. The
dog chased tho gooso-and turkeys
on Mr. Kelso's place, but did not
bite anything, so far as known.
It would bo well for people on
tho route , probably (traveled by
the dog, to bo on their guard,
Tho dog was a foxhound.
Wants $10,000 Damages.
GeorgotownTex,, April 8.
Rev. B. W. Carter of this plaoe
filed a case against tho Inter-
national and Groat Northern and
tho Gulf, Colorado and Santa Fo
Railrcads for 810,000 for person-
al injuries sustained in a collison
,jpn, Marph'17 at'MHsno,
For the Ladies
is a paper pattern in the production of which no ex- ,';
pen se is spared to make it the best pattern,' "'-All i
sizes, an icincis, only luc per pattern. ..
Lonsdale "Green Ticket" bleached domestic. 8' l3c
Figured-Lawn, fast colors,
(Jalico, nice assortment,
New Belts Just Ar rr
Bell County Court.
The criminal docket sot for
fifth week. Next week the ndn
jury docket will be taken up, be-
ginning Monday. Following ca-
ses have been set:
W B Martin &Bro. vn J B McMa
Ii; Colo & Craino vs II E Keys;
P L Downs- vs Nat King, ot al;
Luther Moore Lumber Company
vsJWWeb, etal; Empire Mill
Company vs Temple Compress
G W Cole, Jr., vs". Knight &
Leoper; Geo A Nelson vs Rqtan
Grocery Company : J Hall Bow-
man vs City of Belton ; John Noa ;
vs M K & T Railway Company;
Lived at Holland.
Coleman, Texas; April 7th. A
young man named Harvey Cates
whoso horse fell on him last Fri-
. day, died today at the ranch of
Mr. J. P. Morris, in this county,
where ho was omployod as a cow-
boy. Ho camo from Holland in
Bell county, and is said to. havo
been a bright young man
Out of the Race,
From tho Temple Tribune, of
yesterday, it is learned that N.
B, Verhoif, of Holland, has with-
drawn from tho race for County
Treasurer of Boll county. This
leaves tho race between W. L.
Wilson .and W. B. Blair. .
Capt. M. B. Hairston'. went to
Dallas last week to see about
lodging for those of the ex-confederates
who might attend from
here, and succeeded in securing
rooms for them, so ' the old com
rades of this, section, are "safe, on
quaters in a comfortable, location
during theirltayatthc reunion.
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orop report. J .,
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Mr, W. T. Cpx, of thiscityl- ia.''
in receipt of the following;. teje.,,.;$
gram from Theo. BT-. Pricef,'' tyM
inow yorir, who lias been,ntif ''$
mg in ,his efforts id get corre&tf
.w .vjuiw U...U WilU, UYUO (MP.W tfv
who -has been a friend of tHi -fat 1
mera: ' , , " . ' f L " I'd
New York, .AjpriEtfDOk , 41
Mr. W . T. uox,
Dun's neport to-day,aj
Aoreaea and f ertilizar's 6a
much reduced,- and. , drop, lfef
ay uw.11 lupurtu.uiuiUUVtt, put J
cent reduction aorcdttfn
late, it conditions iConpinft:
,ation will becomoyrytiftli
gravateu.. , marKecsperoi
BfnrlorT fnv fori iionfa- u -
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. Removed a Tumorjl
On last Wednesday'- iP.rJI
Witt removed a. tumor l'fjft
head of a sort bf Mr. WfPv
.... -. :sm
well, wno nvos . near txarufl
The patient did no't spp.p)to &
dergo very rriubh pajn-'ip" tbi
operation, and iJ,doing;wQil''smoei
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Rain at Taylor,-; '' yi
Taylor, Texas, Aprir(7tH).,-i,n 1
qlectrical storm, adeprapamod ojr
a rain, struokthis tpwrf.rrppi wxo
North about 9 o'clqekilaBiVrfit.
While tho rain -was'nptienougifcw .-
will do a great umduntOf'.gqo&ito , : j
fiio ervooo nnfl vi rnnn.., About half a
ViiU UiW w--T.. - A T.'-, t -MM
an inch of rain fbllrReport8aV:,,Ki
come 10 town niuu-.u uw,j "
fell at Jonah, alpout fiigtit tnil
west of Taylor, and. a 'rise, sf Nvvf
nrn feot is rorjorcea1 'in mj
Brushy, "Bouth of T'aylqrvw ; '
AC nor norap in uj,u m
d?y morning, Mrai Jp'
aged 41 years, died," and :m
Vinriftfl 'tho. following .day l&k
VJiaiiUi uvuivvwh j j
3Mn -t.rr AanMiramr n i.-f'V
A Harirv olub of 160 tQfl
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