The Bartlett Tribune (Bartlett, Tex.), Vol. 17, No. 4, Ed. 1, Friday, May 9, 1902 Page: 1 of 8
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to give the othoi' fellow's
flour "just a trial" be-
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A V Our .millinery department
f;.tt8no"v; open, All the latest
r-(5and up-to-date styles are
earo especially stong o'li
ibhiline this year. Having
; equrea tine services oi
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L fljinery houses in Texas, c.o'u'p-
:. ;,iou wivu a nne.iromDne ease,
Jv We, are prepared to show you
Better Line at Lower
jr5,ries than you will
,. find elsewhere.
Destructive Fire at Holland.
At an early hour last Sunday-
morning, our neighboring town,
Holland was visited by a 'fiije
which resulted in a 'loss to the
citizens of about 850.000. Four
briok bimding's with the Masonic
hall, wQre burnod, with nearly a
complete loss or ran tne gooas in
the buildings. The first man to
the gfire says there was, fire in
two of the stores at the begin-
ning. The general belief is that
the storea were burglarized and
then set on fire. Following is a
list of losses and insurance :
McGregor ' & Stubblefield,
hardware, 87,000, insurance '83,-
600: F, B. Bailey-, General mer-
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' Land Sale.
On last Tuesday, through the
real estate firm of Talley & Hair
Mr; W, N. Moss, of this city, sold
J 1 5 acres of the Daniel McKay,
one-third league to Mr. H. C.
Henlpel. The latuk is a good
tract, situated 8 rmrcs northwest
from town, and sold for a fair consideration.
ion day) the ladies
tery Association will
Quarterly Conference. j OVER THE COUNTY.
The Second Quarterly Meeting
for Bartlett M. E. South will be
held May 17 and 18. Dr. Nelms
will come down from the General
Conference at Dallas and hold
the business session Saturday
v, at the lowest price.
;tn om- lino oi; Ladios' Ox-
s,jfords ahd;Sandals we shoy
1 bmpthingnow, afld servico-
f ;blb at prices that canr
- I not be matched.
a,d'ies' and OhHdrons1 Bon.
cream and oake during all liours
of the day, at the sample room
north of the mayor's office. Pro-
oflfidn to ho lfsofl frrr lrnnninrr tho
ohandise, 89,000, insurance S4,-J0iacernbteryinordorand repairs.
Every body in town and country-
should give them some patron-
age, and thus lend a helping hand
to a deserving cause in whioli all
are interested. A
B. Mewhonney & Co.,
insurance; S8,000, Miss Lula
"Wiseman, millinery, 8300, no in-
surance; "W. P. Green, build-
ing, 83,000, insurance 81,000;
Hugh Mewhinney, building.
Sd,400, insurance, 82,500;
Mewhonney Bros., building, 82,-
200, insurance, 81,000; Masonic
hall and fixtures 82,000, insur-
Honored Citizen Dead.
At the home of his daughter,
Mrs. H. S. Williams, near Hol-
land, that good citizen and aged
minister, Rey. G. W. Joiner, pas-
sod away, at the matured ago of
85 years. Ho had only been
sick two or throe weeks prior to
his death. Ho was for 50 years
a Baptist minister, and labored
zealously for tho cause of Christ-
ianity. The funeral services
were conductod by Rev. Evans,
of Mpffatt, assisted by the Mason-
ic fraternity, 6f which' deceased
was a mombor. Tho remains of
I Mr. Joiner wore laid to rost
to steep that last long sleep in
the Post Oak. Cemotory. -To the
bereaved Tho Tribune ' oxtonds
The Tribune is informed that
arrangements are being made
to have a picnic here sometime
in June, under the auspices apf
tho Red Men and Military com-
pany, and if suoh is the case, and
the program is carried out, the
affair will undoubtedly bo a grand
success. Let each and ovory
citizen of Bartlett take an inter-
est to help the boys in this movo-mont.
in Leslie & Lindsoy's prize
contest which closed May 1st tho
following were the successful
D. B. MoKinzicy 1st gold
watdh; Mrs, G. D,- Armstrong,
2nd 810.00 trunk; A. A. Gunn,
3rd pair of shoes; L. Roun-
troo. 4th S3.00 hat; Mrs. M,
Paco, 5th watch chain.
Tho Bartlett Walburg tele-
phone line has been completed.
Theon ia connected with tho lino.
This week the building commit-
tee of the Baptist church finis hed
raising the funds to pay the bal-
ance of tho indebtedness on the
seats of the church. 1 he amount
due was 8162, and through tho
liberality of the good people of
Bartlett the .committee- had no
trouble in securing the money,
and to them they are very grateful.
The City " Council, of- Bartlett
met in regular session Monday
night, and aside from passing a
tax ordinance, but little business
of importance' was transacted.
However, there is much work be
Notice to Hunters.
A. few days ago Mrs. Henry
Fisher, who lives about 8 miles
west of town, , had a valuable horse,
shot by some parties who had en-
torod tho premises to hunt. Sho
now desires to serve notice that
her land, is posted and anyone
entering for the purpose of hunt-
ing will be prosecutod to tho full
extent of tho law.
Mr. R. E. L. Powell who has
beon in bad health for somo time
went tp Lampasas last Saturday
for the benefit of his health. News
came Tuesday night that ho was
at the point of douth.but his many
friends will bo pldasod to loam
that whilo hof s still very sick ho
iB vory much improved.
A eon of Henry Mayd, colored',
died last night. Ho came up from
Boaumonta few days. ago siok.
M. David, a prominent merch-
ant of Taylor, reoe'ntly died in
San Antonio, where he went for
S. A. Hooper and Miss Viola
Rogers were married a Taylor.
At his home near Liberty Hill,
on April 30, Mr. J. G. Bryson,
ofiaaof the most highly respected
citizens of that seotion, died after
an illness of some duration. He
was an honest, upright christian
gentleman, and his death is a
great loss to the community in
which he lived.
The protracted meeting .at the
Presbyterian church will begin
on Friday before the second Sun-
day in July. Rev. Hine will as-
sist in the meeting. Bro. Hine
is well known to our people, hav-
ing held a very successful ', meet-
ing here several years ago.-Da-villa
The dates for the Taylor Fair
have been set for July 2, 3, and 4.
There will be a cattle roping con-
tost for 8500 to last two days.
There Were 145 convorsons and
100 accessions to tho Methodist
church at tho revival meeting re-
cently held at Temple.
Mrs. Blanchard, who has been
living in Daeilla for many' years,
has moved to Fisher county ro
live with her son, Jas. Daniels.
will receive the $20,00
the number. Yours to
please, E. C. Haeber.
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have nriced ours. 'Givfcfi
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Heath & Milligan piainf .
costs us 10c a gallot
moro. thair any' 'ott
high grade, and WQ vili4,!!
sell it for 1UC lesss "??
Lead and Oill sold at IqTyiisfr .,
Our ads are worth' '?
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gentleman Vho has.isav
pd the groator number of y
our ads to J)ec. 23 Vfily '
recoiyo from us. fi'ee of!
charge one ladios gold
watch. Save our ad.
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Cates & Sharpe. The Bartlett Tribune (Bartlett, Tex.), Vol. 17, No. 4, Ed. 1, Friday, May 9, 1902, newspaper, May 9, 1902; Bartlett, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth49217/m1/1/: accessed September 23, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Bartlett Activities Center and the Historical Society of Bartlett.