The Bartlett Tribune (Bartlett, Tex.), Vol. 17, No. 6, Ed. 1, Friday, May 23, 1902 Page: 1 of 4
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BARTLETT, TEXAS, MAY 23 1902 - , NO. 6. '$$
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To aiiy shirt of equal price brought to this market. "Monarch" "Shirts are world known. They do not
cost you any more, in fact, less, than shirts of inferior or cheap make. We have alargo line of shirts as largo
as anyone here handles.
We .can fit youwe can please yout Nice assortment,
' Price, $i,oo, $1.50 and, $2.00. '
'iTnlip Bow," "Butterfly
String ties, Windsor ties.
II 1 Linen col-
all shapes. 15c each
two for 25c.
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Beautiful hand-painted minia-
ture, gold-plated Brooch from,
your own picture, free, with ev
ery 5 00 cash purchase of dry
Call For Tickets.
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"The New Store."
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rm Damage at Granger.
a Our millinery department
; is now open. All the latest
. and up-to-date styles are
'. w'flParo especially stong on
this lino this year. Having
secured the services of
"" MlS ANNA VELTE,
an artistic and experienced
trimmer, who has trimmed
in' the most fashionable mil-
finery houses in Texas, coup-J
- led with a line from the oast,
, we are prepared to show you
.Better Line at Lower
prices than you will
f find elsewhere.
Everybody is familiar with
" the fact that we handle
' the biggest and best
win.d of Sunda
' houses apd
and east of
father at Bel
in maknff the
irom aartlett se
democratic county cHBn at
Georgetown last woelc to tknd
lo different conventions : SPite
Convention E. P. Kelloy ,and
Stanton Allen. Senftoriat E.
F. Kelley, Goo. P, oAns, R. F.
Cates. Judicial (3rcT Supremo)
District J. V, Morris. Judicial,
DiBtnct atanton Allen.
Stanton .Allen, R. F.
Shoes f Slippers
, at the lowest price.
In our line of Ladies' Ox-
fords', and Sandals we show
something now and service-
able atvprices that can-
not be matched.
Ladies' and Ohildrons' Bon-
r ' nets.
On 3KM thoro will be a
public iTIBation of officers of
Bartlott MiRnic Lodge, and also
a basket picnic. Prominent
speakers will bo secured for the
occasion, and a good sooial time
Owing to the fact that Mr. C.
Hairston, who was elected alder-
man of Bartlott, removed from
here before qualifying, Mayor
Kelloy has ordered an election to
beheld May 28 to elect an alder-
man to take his place.
The Katy Extension.
Austin, Texas, May ig. It is
learned here from what is deemed
good authority that the Katy will
build the proposed extension 'from
its main line through Austin and
connect with the San A ntonio
branch at San Marcos. It is not
known from which point, Granger
or Taylor, the extension is to be
made through this city.
President Rouse promised the
interested citizens that he would
let them hear from .him on the
subject upon his return to New
York, and it is learned that his
communication will be forthcoming
within ths next few days. It is also
stated that his Texas represenative
I reported favorably on the p'roposed
At the regular
S25 to SOT
pur iuun ih
eting of the
Jleal Estate Deal.
On last Monday, Mr. Chas.
Keliohor, of this place, and Mr.
C. J. Martin, of Austin, pur-
chased from Dr. W. S Forguson
the business lot just east of tho
Tribune offico, consideration,
S800. This completed the block
from the corner of tho Wilson
building, and Mr. Keliohor is
nowmaking arrangements to lot
the "contract for soy oral brick
buildings on same, which will
be about Julv 1.
tho sheriff from S12.50 to65 per
month on account of the' addi-
tional work made necessary by
the extra sessions of tho district
court. The building of bridges
across Dojiahoe, Big Elm and
Camp creeks, was considered
by the court and they have look-
ed over the ground in those
Following is tho list of special
committees for Union Picnic, to
be held June 4, 1902 : Finance
A, B. Welch, Robt. Jones, Chas.
Kaase and E. M. Wilson. Pri-
viloga Henry Moore, "Will Sey-
no, Homer Powell, A. Gorsbach,
Jr., and J. V. Morris. Floats
J. D. Slawson, G. II. McCluro
and Juno Whitlow. Sham Bat-
tle G. II. , McClure and Lee
Bolk. Music A. B. Welch,- J.
V. Morris and E. M. Wilson.
Advertising J.D. Slawson, Jno.
T. Bartlott, Jr., and W. G. Smith.
Spoakors J. V. Morris, G. H.
McClure and J. D. SlawBon.
Program E. M. Wilson, Will
Hoyno and E. F. Kelloy.
Our hats are appreciated by
oyory careful dresser you can
buy any of our pattorns for tho
PICNIC at about half their rogu-
lar price WALTON'S.
Golcl Mining in Bell County.
J. R'.KAllon and sons have ac-
quired by purchase and long
tease about 1000 acres .of land
south of Copperas Cove near ivy
Gap, and will begin work in a
very short tinfe towards develop
ing tho vein of gold oro they
have located there. Assays p:
r - r
the ore run from S3 to 815 a ton.
Tho oro is easily worked and is
thoro in enormous quantities.
They have not tho least doubt
that tho mines will prove im-
mensely rich. We wisii them
abundant success Domoorat.
Hon. E. P. Curtis announoed
yesterday that ho had wirhdrawn
from tho race for railroad com-
missioner. Among other reas-
ons for so doing he states
"While I do not concede by any
means that the primaries held up
to this times indicate my defeat
in the contest for Railroad Com-
missioner, still I realize that the
best I could hope for would be a
locked convention with tho
chances probably against me
were it possible for mo to continue
) -struggle- But being entirely
out of campaign funds and hav-
ing already imposed upon my
friends entirely too much in this
direction. I deem it best to with-
draw from tho race."
Wind Killed Cotton.
Mr. Joh.i Talley was in town
ygsterday and told the Tribune
man of the most uncommon oc-
currence connected with the
weather last Sunday. He ob-
served that several whirl Winds
formed in his field and about the
neighborhood, but thought noth-
ing of it until a neighbor told him
he had better examine his cotton.
He did so and found that wherever
a whirl wind had played the cot-
ton was killed to a stalk. He
has replanted four or five acres,
while three of his, neighbors have
done the same thing, their losses
being from three to four acres
each. Corn was broken down and
knocked over also, but was not
killed. This is the first time so
far as known, that whirlwinds
have cleaned up cotton fields.
The followinf-f-fc-e among those
who went to Gl
pleasant stay ir
Mrs. W. P.
.ton this week
1 enjoyed a
Island City :
Carroll; Misses Kato Jarrell, El-
la Davis, Ellen Hair, Edna
Moores, Messrs. W. G. Smith, E.
M. Cocke, W,
al or the p"
time and sp
y- divided their
Ay in Houston.
On last Saturday the following
loft for Summers Mill, on tho
Salado, and spent a couple of
days fishing and onjoying tho
pleasures of camp life : Mr. and
Mrs. H Hoide, Mr. and Mrs. Jno.
T. Bartlett, Jr., Misses Mollio
Bartlott, Corrio and Vona Holz-
graf, Mossrs Chas. Holzgraf, Sr.,
J. W. Hightowor, Louis Bartlett,
Und Will Hoyne.
Mrs. Arthur Linoberger and
children, of 'Round Rook, are
hero on a visit to hoc sister, Mrs.
J. H. Linoberger.
Sunday's Storm, s
The high wind which. prevaftiB(fe
last Sunday was a great disaster
to this section, inasmuch as' abctoO
one-third oi the cotton crop, ya
totally killed, and will, have to
replanted. As far as can beaseftir
tained the damage to. the crpffi
extended as far south asJonah ;J
.and that section ot-country, aiu-
as far north as Holland the strip -
affected being about three tnijes '(i
in width. The plants on the fol-';J
lowing day were black and looked $
as though they had been scalded.'S ,
In the history of the "oldest in-:
habitant there is nothing ike it
and the- theories advanced avt
wnat causea sucn a aesirucwpn oi 'm
the plant are various the maii";
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ones, however, being 'that, tqejg
high wind blew the dust andsan
with such lorce as to tkill, it;
that it was due to some potsbiww
or peculiar condition ot the at
mosphere. Some also contend
that the electricity in the air dij
the work. But nevertheless,
cotton was killed, and rnucK"'6fii
and had to be planted over,' apri
our farmer friends happened .to
sad misfortune. Yet there is. oofl
consolation and that is ,itcoulc
have been much, worse.
New Hardware Firm r
This week a deal yas consu-jS
mated whereby Messrs;, Ec
Rowntreo and W. V. Irvin off tuifQ
place, purchased and assumed,
control of the hardware business
of Mr. Chas. Kaase. The-Trib-
une wishes the new firm success,
and thinks they have purchased
n fY-rinri hiiamaca nnH lrnrwwQ"
aro in a good town.
Road tho advertisements in
this issue qi the. Tribune. They- I
might bo the means ot ypu-sav-ing
a dollar on some purohase.
Who Knows r a
Mrs. Jas. Stockton and'cMifij
Talbot visitod in Taylor ,th
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Cates & Sharpe. The Bartlett Tribune (Bartlett, Tex.), Vol. 17, No. 6, Ed. 1, Friday, May 23, 1902, newspaper, May 23, 1902; Bartlett, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth49219/m1/1/: accessed July 26, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Bartlett Activities Center and the Historical Society of Bartlett.