The Bartlett Tribune (Bartlett, Tex.), Vol. 17, No. 1, Ed. 1, Friday, April 18, 1902 Page: 1 of 9
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BARTLETT, TEXAS, APRIL 18, 190S
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And it is worth while for you to visit dnr store:
We do not claim our storo the biggest in the country, but we do claim to have the goods' at prices that are guaranteed to be as low (on
.many things lower) than elsewhere. Come to seo us for everything, oven if you aroiiot ready to buy, we take ploasuro in .showing you.
We want .this Jbttsiriess to grow faster and faster. It's, doing that now.
We don't expect it to stop'. Wo want you to, keep coming, and wo are going to seo that you do by offering , inducements. Satisfaction in s,
price and wear guaranteed. - " , ,
ITliALLllI. na matting just received. Prices
from 12 l-2c to ttOc.
New trunks, big trunks, . little
trunks, cheap trunks, good trunks.'
Good sized trunks 1.50.
Cttxi'faitlCr are aSents fr SQVGn qf the
VlULlllH largest tailoring concerns in the
country, and can make you a suit from $10 to $40.
Pants, from 2.26 to 10.00. Why do you buy pants
of doubtful make when you can buy the "Sun Flow-
er" all-wool pant for 2.50 and. 3.50. Let us show
you the gbods. .
Gnts Furnishings Jaroim-
pleto. "Monarch" shirts in negligee and stiff bos-
'oms All sizes, all styles. "Arrow" brand collars,
15c, two for 25c. All sizes, new shapes and styles.
Among the new things wo show a beautiful lot of
Mens ties in .Four-in-hand, Bows, . Imperial, New-
Knot and String.
Qf-arkcr -Douglass makes the best shoes for men,
i3IiyC25 to sell at 2.50, 3.00, 350. We sell 'em.
Buy "Red One" Flour andyyou will stop blam-
ing your wife for .the sorry bi'scnits.
For the Ladies $&?
is u pftper pattorn in the production of which no ex-
pense is spared to make it the best pattern. All
sizes, all kinds, only 10c per pattern: .
Lonsdale "Green Ticket" bleached domestic, 8 1-Sc
Figured Lawn, fast colors, ... . 5C
Calico, nice assortment, - - . ,-, 5c
New Belts Just Arrived.
J. M. ALLEN, - Bartlett, Texas
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- Cheapest. Place
" Our millinery department
, 'iajiow opjen. All the latest
. ' and- up-to-date styles are
' jye a'vb especially stong on
'''jfc'his jino this year. Having
secured the services of
A an artistic and exnerifincfid
Bt Lr -;.-. ' .i-- i !. i
..; riuuiioi,. who aas trimmeu
'r,,('jn-tne most fashionable mil-
cClin0ry houses in Texas, coun-
I' : l lLwtu a nno from tue east.
i . nirrire prepared to snow vou
Jetter Line at Lower
"ices than you will
iydy is familiar with
the iacHhat we handle
, the biggest and best
s. s ay;he lowest price.
;, Iii our line of Ladios' Ox-
''ri'ds and Sandals wo show
.; SQinetliing new and sorS'ice-
. o,le at prices that can-i
w snot be matched. .
. AXadies' and Ohildrons' Bon--
t '0 nols. "
Last Saturday's Primary.
The primary election on the
Bell county side was held last
Saturday, and a good vote was
polled. Following is the vote of
For Governor, Lanham 217,
jGrubbstlG; Lieutenant Governor
- Noal 133, Allen "86, Spinks 5; At-
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38; Controller, Love 161, Kauf-
man 74: Treasurer, Bickett 164,
Robbins 72; LandCommissioner,
Terrell 237; SuperintondenirPub-
lic Instruction Lef evre 238 ; Rail-
road Commissioner, Curtis 204.
Colquitt 7, iiornsby 9; Associate
Justice Supremo Court, "Williams
237; Associate Justico Court
Criminal Appeals, Eatort 30, Da-
vidson 204; Associate Justico
Court Civil Appeals, Third Su-
preme Judicial District, Key 237 ;
Congress, 11th District, Henry
157, ThomaB 80; State Senator
Twenty-Seventh District, Martin
230 ; Ropesonatives, Shannon 137,
McCormiok 151, Robertson 139;
District Attorney, Robinson 2d7 ,
County Judgo, Felte 238; District
Clerk, McKay 179, Turner 57;
County Attorney, Curtis 150,
Saunders 75 ; County Clerk, white
238; County Treasuer, Wilson
147, Vernon 7, Blair 183; Sheriff,
Spaaks 103, Ropor 67; Tax Col-
lector, Gully 57, Goff 92, Haley
89; Tax Assessor, Meoks 239;
County Superintendent Education
Orgain 239; County Survoyor,
Bradford 237 1 Commissioner,beat
No. 2, Mosbr 46, Aycook 152,
Sparks 37 ; Justice of tho Pea'co,
Prooinct No. 3, Wright 193, Sum-
erall43; Constable Precinct No.a
Kennedy 239; Public Weigher
Precinct No. 3, Harris 67, Couch
33, Cobb 57, Swann 29, Garlisle
23, Miller 25.
To tho Tribune. ,
The glorious rain seems to have
been general. Our'farmers and all
others are in high spirits and
thankful. Indeed; he is a chronic
worshMpor at tho shrino of Mam-
mon, instead of his Lord, who
could not express Avord of
Mr. J. R. Scruggs isWe newly
.- Our school will closo tomorrow
Prairie Dell Items.
To The Tribune.
Our school closes this month.
- The rain of Saturday night was
very destructive, many 'water
gaps being washed out, and many
farmers will have to replant their
Wo are sad to report tho death
of the little two-year-old son of
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. .Stubblefiold-,
Sunday night of croup.
'Messrs. Tob GriTfin, Joe Han-
(Tuesday.) There was'n enter- j coc: and othors wont'oh a fish-
tainment on Friday evaing and ing trip Wednesday;
,Mr. Hugh Servor lias returned
'"'from McGregor. ' "''
Tho city counoil met last Mon-:
day night and tho new 'officers
wero installod, accounts allowed
and .other business of minor im-
portance transacted. "The new
board met i lator and pstssed ' a
number of ordinances, the Tribune
wjis awarded the city 'printings
and W. T.. Pedplos appointod. city
a picnic on Saturday. Miss Gall
man has proven herself an, ablo
and pains-taking teacher and the
patrons would act wisely by .se-
curing her services again.
Mr. E. N. Hewitt loft last week
for Indian Territory whore ho
Mr. C. P. -Brown, " recently
moved to Now Mexico, his future
Miss Edna Joiner, of Bartlott,
is visiting her uncle, W. M.Pool,
this week. ,.
Thore will be memorial servic-
es hold here on Saturday noxt,
and preaching on Sunday. Ev-
erybody invited to come, and vis-
itors will bo extended a cordial
welcome. The cemetery will o
oleaned up and beautified on Fri-
day before. All thoso interested
are requested to bo" on hand.
Miss Nollio Bartlett came down
last week on a visit to her uncle-,
T. J. Jones. XX.
Mr. J, M. . Roebuck wont to
Bartlett last Tuesday, tojneet his
sister who camo4n from' Ark. ..
Mrs. S. L. Hair left -last weolc
fo.r Stigler, I. T., where she will
make her home.
Mr. and Mrs. John Hinsley
gave the young folks a party
Saturday, night. All report a nice
time. ' Bill.
Akes School House.
The concert given at Akes
School house last Friday night,
marked tho close of Prof. Jno.
T. Wiloy'a school, at that place.
Every phase of tho concert was
a grand succos, and tho studonts
acquitted themselves in -such a
manner as to reflect much hon-
or upon their able instructor.
I PrOf . -Wiley' has.tauglvt our sphool
lor four terms and wo are loatne
to give him up. Any commun-
ity woiild do well to secure his
proficient services. ' XX.
Picnic at Granger. .
There' will be a basket picnic at
Granger (Popes Springs) on Wed-
nesday pril 30th. The Red Men
will lead the procession. BartlcltJ
Red Mcii 'are requested to join in,
also the Bartlett Guu Club. State
and county candidates arc request-
ed to be present and deliver short
addresses. People of Bartlett and
vicinjty arp requested to come
with their v baskets and help to
have an cnjdyable and "big day".
Mr. G7H. Hardin, of Granger!
has gono to Korrvillo-for the bon.
ef it of his health- ' ;r'
Won the Corporalship.
On Wednesday of last wejak the
members of tho Bartlott Light
Guards entered info a Competi-
tive drill for four vacant Corporal-
ships, which resulted as fallows:
Tom Poynor, socondi Perry,
Powell, third; Jess Daugherty,
fourth: Charles Flick, fifth..
.Corporals R. F. PoynorandC. A.
Chrietenson !wc'ro rnado "ser-
geants, and C. C. Powell elected
second sergaant." Tho Light
.Gujards are inWovlng- constaatly
and they will iw compare Very
favprably yvith manyolder . companies-
jn'f he state. 'Long may
they livo, -
Death of S. M. Woolsey.
At his home, near Leander on
last Saturday morning, Mr. S.
M. Woolsey died after a short
illness, and Was buried with
Masonic honors at the Bagdad
cemetery the following day. Mr.
Woolsey was formerly a citizen
of liiitto and engaged in the bank-
ing business. At the time of his
hdeath ho was a candidate for
coiiissionor of tho precinct in
which he lived. He was a good
man, and honored .citizen, and
his friesnds in Williamson county
wore many. To hia bereaved
family the-TirinuNp extends heart-
felt sympathy. Peace to his ashes.
Presiding Elder W. L. Nelms-
has appointed Rev. A. L. Moore
of Georgetown to fill tho pulpit of
tho Seventh Street Methodist
church', of Temple, made vacnt
by tho death of Rev. J. A." Wal-
lace. Rev. Mooro is a young man
I who, while a local preacher, held
tho prinoipalship of tho Salado
schools in Boll county.' Later ho
attended 'the Southwestern Uni-
versity at Georgetown and took
For County Commissioner.
In to-days paper appears the
announcement of W. H. Hom'oy-
er for commissioner of Preoinct
3, of Williamson county, subject
to tho demooratio -primaries.
Mr. Homeyor has served tho peo-
ple -of this precinct as commis-
sioner and his record is a good
pne. He always does his duty
to tho people,, and if elected this
time ho will' servo them faithful
aahe'.has done in tho past.
Died at Corn Hill; -'
At his home- near corn Hill,
Jast Tuesday, Abo, the son' of
MrT Jim Roberta, of this placo,
died, and was-buried in the Bart-
lott comotory on the following
day. The Tribuno oxtonds sym-
pathy to the bereaved.
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Cates & Sharpe. The Bartlett Tribune (Bartlett, Tex.), Vol. 17, No. 1, Ed. 1, Friday, April 18, 1902, newspaper, April 18, 1902; Bartlett, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth49214/m1/1/: accessed June 25, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Bartlett Activities Center and the Historical Society of Bartlett.