The Bartlett Tribune (Bartlett, Tex.), Vol. 17, No. 42, Ed. 1, Friday, February 6, 1903 Page: 1 of 8
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to show you the
The.best patterns in Fine Dress.
'Ginghams" checks and stripes
colors are all strictly fast and
are washable. Special values at
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.r.THmmitigs, ete.9 that have ever beeoi shown ,here9 at oiir usual lpw..f.itijrs?
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& they last. Wo,aro located at the Lodge Hall building,
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Holland, Tex., Feb. 2. Rev.
G. S. Cameron went to Temple
j.and Littlo River this week.
Miss Jennie Spencer spent two
days with Temple relatives this
'vfe'ek. . '
Misses Maude and Irrna Vilson
of Baylor university ciamo cldwji
'Friday to visit their parents. ' ,
Sheriff Sam Sparks was here
Saturday.- " '
. A,' J,- McKay, Jr.,
Stella, McKay visited friends in
BeUon jocontly'. '
Mt'Z. Av, Moora and family
mo '.;d tf) Iri-jgiva this " week,
Vik re MrvMoore is .engaged in
bu u ?. "Holland regrets to
jjivo u'this good family.
..Vfry pleasant - danco was.
held aho 'opura liguso Friday
Mr. Hal A-rmbtronj?, recently
appointed a committee clerk in'lho I
legislature, jias oeen proraotoa
somewhat and is now Speaker
Noff's private secretary. Ho is
a near citizen of Holland and his
frienda here are glad to hoar of
his goolc luck.
v Rev. Abe Mulkey will begin a
meeting hero on next Friday.
Granger's Ootton Receipts.
A dispatch from Granger to
s'the Houston Post states that up
to last Saturday 7800 bales of
' cotton had been shipped from
that place, as compared with 9000
bales-for the whole of last year,
And MiMjing with g0o(1.
Tito Electric- Railway.
, hincc the last meeting, of. the
Board of Trade last Thursday
nignt, the action taken m 1
to the electric niihvay from Cory
Hill to Davilla by way of Bartlctt
has received the commendation
pf nearly, every citizen of Hart1
lett, and as far) as heard from,,
those in the other towns and: along
the proposed route.' The' com
mittees are at work aild are meet--
Men are coming to the front with
financial assistance and'th'e enter-
prise will soon be the "real thing".
City Councih '
At its regnlat meeting last Mon
day night the City council order-
ed the secretary to correspond
with parties relative to securing a
car load of granite stepping stones
for the town. This ,is a good
move., and The Tribune commends
the board for such! -
Purchased Blood Hounds',
nonstable D. .McLaughlin, of
Granger, was in town Saturday
on business. Mr. McLaughlin
hafl recently purchased . two fine
blood hounds from" a ,party near
Cameron. They are well trained
dpgs, and will be of good service
in catching evil doers,
. Chtts'J Keliehor .was hand
shaking among hi(i many frienda
in Bartlett yesterday-
To tho Tribune.
Georgetown, Tex,, Feb. 4.
District court is In the midst of
its filth week, and is disposing of
many cases, some of which have
been on docket two or three
The grand jury was reconvened
Saturday, and at noon today
(Wednesday) reported a total of
eleven indictments, nine felonies,
and two misdemeanors. Of those
under arrest, Wiley Hale, W
Shannon, and several Mexicans
were" indicted for burglary.,
Theft and gaming are principally
the dther charges.
This week will close .thq crimi-
nal docket and civil business will
be closed up next week, which is
the last of court Since" last re
port business las been -disposed
of as follows;. ."..
J. S Harlee indicted for em-
bezzling public money while - as-'
sessor and collector of the city of
Georgetown, was. found guilty
and given two years in the peni-
I'd f-iciuiuiy. .
Pedro Sandoval," "criminal assault-
mistrial. . ' ; -
Chambers Bibb, theft of a
horse, dismissed on statement
-of the' district attorney;
VVill Spiars, theft of an animal
verdiqt not' guilty. ':.,''
'Jim Estelle,- theft of an- anima);
dismissed on-statement of district
., Walter Shannon, theft of a hog
Churlie Townsend, burglary,
acquitted. ' , ' c
Lou Crayton, alias Ike Crayton
was acquitted on trial for burg-
lary. In a forgery case he was
given five years in the peniten-
tiary. Notice of appeal has been'
Alfred Johnson, final naturali-
zation papers, granted.
Mrs. Lama Plaegue, vs I & G
N Rv Co., damages, continued
Sarah Hanky et al vs Alex'
Harris , etr al, ' partitiqn, set for
Commissioners Court will meet
in regular session next Monday;
Altlica Items -
To Tho Tribune.
Now that wo are to ,have a
railroad through our community
to Davilla via Bartlett from Corn
Hill, we write this week with a-
lacrity. "Won't it bo grand to see
1 the cars speeding along through
the fields, where we can step on
and take a ride at will. Of
course wo will forget our prime-
val state and think that we are
in the suburbs of. Now York.
Farmers are making the plows
realize what they are made for
during these pretty days. The
ground is two wet yot for culti-
vation in plucea, yet it will be-
come dry by and by, as' was de-
monstrated last yeir.
Mi3S Mollie Losvosky of Cam-
eron was visiting her sister Mies
- The school, under the proficient
management of Porf. Yates and
Delia, L'6sovsky, is progressing
nicoly, and tho nttendanoe con-
Messrs Harry and Jim Parker
visited their uncle at Holland a
fow days ago.
Mr Jeff Hunt's child is report-
ed quite sick.
Mr Munro Ketin moved to Al-
len Myors plaoe last weak.
Mr W M Moore, of Salado.was
visiting his daughter Mrs. W M
Cannon last week. -
Mrs Will Cannon visited Mrs
T P.. Robinson last Wednesday
1 afternoon, ;
From Georgetown 4 .
Special to tlin Tribune. -
Georgetown, Texas, Fab. 'i.;
Capt. A. S. Fisher and family,
who have been reajdon ts of this
place f6r many years, loft Wday
for Houston where they will
make their home in the future.
Misses Maud and1 Georgia
Neal, qf NaVasota, daughters of
Lieutenant'Governor .Neal, aro
in Georgetown, guests of Miss
Mrs. Decker,- wife of repre-
sentative D.E. Decker of Harde--man
county, is visiting ,Miss
The following' marriagq lioon-"
ses have been issued during the
oast week:. Wilov Brown Wd
Miss Susie Hunt; Edward Collins1
and Miss Ida-Froeman; Martin
Dudicli and Miss FranciB Ma-"
ohalicik;xFrota S. Johnson and
Miss Mattie Burnam; Henry
Robertson and Miss Matlio -Burnett:
Thos. Robson and Miss
oounty mot in
' last Monday."
Tom Ftitt'rell Released'
It will bo gratifying news t.
his friends1 in Bnrllntfr to 'learn
that. Mr Tom- Futtrell, who was
arrested some timo ago on tho
oharge of assassinating Master
Mechanic Tate, of tho Santa Fo
at Conroo, has boon released
from custody a- Pinkerton de-
tective having forroted out tho
crime and arrested a negro on
the charge of" firing tho fatal
shot. Tho negro arrostod has a
bad reputation, and thoro sooms
to bo no question as" to his guilt..
The Tribuno rejoices that Mr.
Futtrell is a froo man again, and
never did believe he was guilty.
On Wednesday afternoon
about 3 o?clook, near Holland,
tho barn of Mr. Ohas. Carr was
destroyed by fire. About 200
bushels of corn wore burnod.
Mrs White (nee Mis3 Velma
Goodo) of San Antonio, was in
Bartlott yesterday accompanied I
An,effort is, fbe'irig made
farmers in "the; vjc'in&yVjDlR
dale, to. sepureV oqcton seei
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A Large Turnip
. On last Saturday .the' editor of
the Tribune was the recipient of
two large turnips raised by ' Mr.
J. C. Crtink, of Davilla. Thd
larger of them weighed 1 2 pounds
andmeasured 34 inches circum
ference, which, with perhaps one
.or two exceptions, is the largest on
.record in Texas, this tyear, Mr.
Crunk stated- that tliey were
raised without any artificial means
and goes to. show what can be'j
done, on the sou. ot this great
section ,of tKe great state 16 f.
Texas. " '-'.',' ' .
Death af , Davilla.
' Davilla, Texas, Fob 5, 1903.
Editor Tribune:- It is wjth
sad hearts- that vs 'record tho
death of. Mr and Mrs J Dankliff's
littlo son,. Erviri, who died' on tho
night of Jan .30th, agod 1 yoar ,4
months. He was . playing with
his brothers near a blazing stump
when his olothoa became ignited,
aud bofore assistance could roach
him ho was so badly burned that
death resulted in about 5 hours,
and relieved him of his sufferings
Sloop on, sweet babe, till God'
bids you arise " and hail -Him in
triumph descending the- skies.
Woop not, father and' niothor. ho
is only awaiting you on tho other,
shore From a Friend,
j" H. P. Sahdel.
R Reese has rented t tho Miller
building and will opqn up a sad?
dlo and harness .establishment in
, thn,noar n-"re, v. . '
Dr.' W M'PittspiU.- movol
uuixj.ua xv -numiuu.sioyuii.
"' J. W. iMpprofliaaLsold his.
.!..: .-14j?l ark-. .i -i
Harry J.rmstr6ite son
Armstrong,- vnear 3 Sparks
oeen apppfntb&tqa,' olerksa
the Megislatyrei, iSays . x tne
land Progro'ssi,' H'j T
1 R. h, Guiry'iind- familA
moyed from Belton, to
to. reaido. ' -,1- '
M. M. Gardner isle's
steers at Grahger. H'i
purchased "th'em ,,frp'itT
Donson. " n .""' '
near HUttPt 4)ed. ,fe;,y dl
. Mr. HaywoodVEin; :i
vountr man. died-'at" II
v - -- : "r r. . ji .
near Jr!ondlotonvillo, Wf
.typhoid fv,err " 'vl
' ' , J T-. . Stpke3,diea al
luunuuy uim"!" ,j
Temple," Texh rVet
.Paul Gst'erhou 6 Belfl
United StjiteV, Marino 6?
Booas". m'wm,-"f iV
family fpr 'tthafcpAilfc
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as-uKiana, m.-, petorc
ngi ' "C v '
The QottDUv pitu.-J
' Mr: WD, Jarreil,: mai
this woek .thrqvrglti'il6.A
and prair'ip Dell, q&u'ntrl
gating fch'tJ (vtl'tdri, 'sifciuj
making sorrip :puroh;
Jarreil found that auaii
cotiah qrpp l)ttd boqir
but, the larmeta.wspp
hind wih this "yDar'a;;
nil tho notmtrv ne 'V-f
Jarrpll .states ihaV.i00',-,ban
covor thq numbpy being,-, h 4
tno iarmersA 4
Up to last Saturday 'nilJ
Assessor and collector 1.
had collected i,i$: 'Roll , tr
the city, out of.'iio;, ' Ofi
ot tins nuiijuqi, u' j
the Bartlett', tight Gna?
not nssessd. and, their
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I come in ph jrfexj: year.
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Cates, R. F. The Bartlett Tribune (Bartlett, Tex.), Vol. 17, No. 42, Ed. 1, Friday, February 6, 1903, newspaper, February 6, 1903; Bartlett, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth49224/m1/1/: accessed April 24, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Bartlett Activities Center and the Historical Society of Bartlett.