The Bartlett Tribune (Bartlett, Tex.), Vol. 17, No. 50, Ed. 1, Friday, April 3, 1903 Page: 1 of 9
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BARTLETT, TEXAS,. APRIL 3, 1903.
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FOR CASH our prices are as low
and very often lower than others
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$" Culled From Our Exchanges.
f Gop Mjooro, of Davilla, left last
keet for Brady,
'The Taylor Board of. Trade is
(after, a cotton milU
let at Bolton this week,
,L. L, Hill, of Granger, shipped
three' cars" of .feeders to the Fort
yfortli market Friday.
$ J, T). Guthrie, of Granger, and
Miss Jordan of Briggs, were mar-
ed Monday at Georgetown.
R. L.Walton, brother of Coun-
f, Cbmmi8aioner "Worth Walton,
flied at his home near Sparta,
'"''Qiij?,. Barlow and family 'have
moved from. Granger to Bal-
linger. 'Tom Coneland oamo over from
SifBayHetf' ' Tuesday to visit
repuvut).' ixogors iNewa.
. IrAR". 'i-L.Nor'thoufc of Jonah,
lias ,boqght an interest in the
"blaoksmith shop of Barlow Bros.
1 and jyill make'Granger his home.
s Whp Methodists of Taylor expect
'.tooooupy their ReY 310,000 house
"of worship, hov being completed.
a'bpufc the fifct. ist of May.
3"he .Southwestern Telephone
Cqnjpany is having some, exten-1
Bive and" valuable improvement I
tete ,in Uib lCon change.
via i"o grooery-
'PWrt t.AYiir ntnnn of A KnnH
l,WW KIV'UQll QIU(U Jk XLiuuiu;
'B.ftidor at Temple was burglar-
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I and merchandise of smaU amount
I, TIfe 'Hoxie bridge on, the San
J&briel mve'r, north of Taylor,
h6hf as partially destroyed by
la rooQh't'wse in, that stream; is
Mhg-.rcbuM by Taylor cpniritct-
iT&firo who, wag arrested at
wh iew aays ago upon fi
urge pf violating tho federal
,vtr,j4nd placed in the calaboose
rntandcut a hole in the floor
hhe jail large onough to crawl
JUn,fM "tuuo ma gtivape.
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Mr. Jim Donson, who lives
lear Granger, recently sold a
:J10-pound steer to W. E. Mea-
1 r, 'of that town.
Miss Felda Davis after finish-
in;1: her work as teacher in the
Rogers public school left Mon-
day for her home at Salado. '
Dr. A. Nowlin, who recently
moved from Hutto to San Saba,
has decided to remove to Camer-
on, says 'the Hutto Enterprise.
Chas. Griggs, who has served
3 years in the U. S. Army; in
Cuba', the Philippines, and lately
at Ft. McDowell in California,
returned last week 'to his homo
near' Youngsport, after being
given an honorable discharge,
Miss Mary Ruckor and Daisy
Hughes have been elected as
sponsor and maid of honor, re-
spectively, of Bell County Camp
No. 122, U. C. V., for the ap-
proaching reunion in Now Or-
leans. Mrs. Eva Hughes will go
Cameron, Tox., March 29.
Referee M. C. I-I. Parks conclud-
ed the hearing of testimony in
the matter of E; II. Lang, bank-
,rupt, yesterday J. C. Joseph,
JF11910?' mado application for
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Kj. urawioru, tor many
oitizen of Goororotown.
died at his homo there Friday.
after .a short illness. For sever-
al years ho has been state organ-
lzer lor tho Kn irhta of ffnnni.
He leaves a wife and aon. s
Thovfourth annual mooting of
tho Central ToxaB Odd Follows
Association' was held in Bolton
Thursdfiv nto-lifc nf inot- ,..,i.
The next mooting will bo held at
-Suseus. a, a liulchons and A
,s Clark wore-iuroVs from "Rnrf..
-leltin the dietfiot court at Belton
ON APRIL 1st M'e placed in our show case a box which .contains $17.50..
Wo will give a key to this box Free with every $'l.00 cash pfircha'se; .
Two keys with every $2.00 cash purchase; Three keys with every
$3.00 cash purchase. A key is given with every $1.00 purchase of
anything we sell except groceries. Only throe keys will unlock
the box. "When keys have all been given out'yoii may try "your
key.. The first key to unlock the box takes $10.00; the second key
to unlock the box takes $5.00; the third key to unlock thobox takes
$2.50. You are entitled to the contents without reserve. It is yours.
NO EMPLOYE ALLOWED TO' HAVE A KEY I
-WE DO NOT KNOW WH.IC KEY OPENS THE BOX.
J. M. ALLEN
- 61 Bales Monday-
On last Monday, March 30,
Weigher Riggan weighed 61
bales of cotton, which were pur-
chased by Bartlett buyers from
parties in- the Walburg country.
The average price paid was nine
cents. The Tribune is proud to
state that its town always heads
the Hat first and last. There
are doubtless few towns the size
of Bartlett that show a record
such as tho above for this period
of the season.
The March term of the Will-
iamson county court adjourned
last Saturday, after a three weeks
session. Of tho criminal cases
on the docket sevontoon ploaded
guilty, five were, acquitted- and
one convioted. Tho most gener-
al offenses on tho docket-seemed
to bo gaming.
On last Friday morning in the
county court of Bell county, Dr.
A. H. Caldwell, a former citizen
of Bartlett was adjudged insane
and ordered sent to the .asylum
at Austin for treatment. About
a year ago Dr. Caldwell and fa-
mily moved from here to Belton.
They have many friends who
deeply deplore the sad misfortune
whioh has befallen them.
Cotton from Florence-
Mr. Joel Preslar, of Florence,
was in Florence, was in Bartlett
Wednesday with several bales of
cotton. which were purchased ' by
our hustling buyers Mr. Preslar
will bring-more' cotton to Bartlett.
this week, we understand. Towns
may come and towns may blow,
but as a cotton market and the
plage to buy your goods, .Bartlett
g'oes on forever,
Finger ,Out Off.'
While playing with other chil-
dren last Sunday afternoon at the
residence of Mrs. J. N. Gunn's the
little daughter pf Mrs. Foster had
the misfortune to get one of her
fingers cut off. They were en-
gaged in playing with a large gal-
vanized tank and in rolling it over,
the finger was in some manner
caught, with the above result.
The Artesian- Well-
hast week the artesian well
reach a depth of 1075 feet, where
a flow of water was found. Work
was suspended till Some needed
casing should bo procured. On
Monday of this week there was
some surprise to find that the
water had risen to tho surface
and overflowing in considerable
quantity. The water is soft,, be-
ing good for drinking ,and- do-
mestic purposes generally. The
bori.ig will go on to greater depth
with the hope of finding a stream
thac will blow the derrick and
tools away, but even .if that
should not happen, the experi-
ment has demonstrated thatthoro
is good water at about 1000 feet
and this could be pumped if ulti-
mately found necessary, but as
aboye said,, the holo will be
punched deeper,- with the .hope
and increased confidence that a
gusher will be the result.
Mr. W. E. Laughlin was in town
Monday after seed corn for re-
planting. He states that "about SO
per cent of the corn planted, just
before the hard rain had rotted,
and replanting was necessary. The
Tribune learns that such is the
case in several, localities where
planting was done prior to the
Oase Continued. -The
Gray case in the district
court at Belton was yesterday con-
tinued by the defendant. - Gray is
charged with picking the pocket
of Dr. Willis some years ago. He
forfeited his bond and was but
recently recaptured. Temple Tii-
bitne. Death of J- JL- Caruth-. '
The' remains of Mr. J. L.' Ca-
ruth, a former citizen of near Da-
villa, arrived here Sunday after-
noon from Ballinger, where lie
died from an accute attack of kid-
ney' trouble, and were taken, to
Davilla and interred .in the ceme-
tery of that place. . Mr. Caruth
was about 55 years ol.'aje. arfd
was an honored citizen' He had
been living in Runnells, county
since last fall. '
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Georgetown Firemen will cele-
brate May 7.
A Sacl. Deh,th.
Miss--Eula Sims, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs'. T. A Sims, died at
the home of Her parepts in this
city oni last Saturday night, after
a few months illness of pulmonary
trouble. Funeral services were
held' at the family residence Sun-
day afternoon and" the remains
laid' to rest in the City .of the Dead
at Indian Creek Church, ndar, here
to await the final summons of the
Maker. Rev. Dr. Reynolds, pas-
tor ' of the Baptist church, con-
ducted the services, and a large
concourse qt" sorrowing friends
were present to pay the last trib-
ute. ., . - '
Miss Eula was.'i8 years of age,
just at that peridd qf .life frhen
h'ope- is the brightest'' and the.
world most beautuul, alie;,was a
member 'of 'the Baptist church,
and lived the life .of a true chris-
tian. The 'Tribune1 ,-joins many
friends oflhe family fn- their sad
Haster Egg Hunt-
The Methodist SUnday. School
will give ,ah Easter egg hunt on
Saturday, April 11th, at tho res-
idence.of Mrg. W..-P. Powell. All
children who wish to attend, are
cordially iriyitt$.d to come and
bring plenty of ?ggs.
A residence, on the Harkey
farm, near Salado,, which was oc-
cupied by- fi 'wid.bw lady named
Morris, was, destroyed by fire last
Sunday while the" family was away
from horile. Origin unknown.
Sold Fifteen Bales-
Mr. Barnett Young, a pro-
gressive farrWer who lives near
Corn -Hill,- .was here Wednesdav
with fifteenrbaleis of cotton, which
he disposed df, to Bartlettx buyers
at the usual -'fair .' price paid by
them. 'This is the first time Mr.
Young has sold his cotton here,
and the Tribune trusts it will be
art .inducement tp him to always
come to Bartlett if lie wants to
get the top prices for his farm
products, ' ' ,
Trains" will be running into
Georgetown ffom Granger via the
Katy May 1. '
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need assistance anSM
run snort- ot. prioney, w, vyui
sell on credit, . ", '. . V
The' Electric RaiJIJr. .
The Bartlett-Corh 'Hiilavilk " ;
railway is begihniri'g'to'sv '
ingible shaped ITuesaay;
last Civil Engineer F:, C Handjlpf; - ..
Corsicana, accompanied by, MesrsS. .-,
F. H. Leslie, Win! Treuhardtfjna, x l)'
T. Bartlett jr., J, M. Barnhart: A.W;
B. Welch and;J. A. Whillowj went)jpr
Bartlett to Corn Hill. Two diffW'f '1
ent routes were gone over arid the.x'u.
crommicrce given an estimate as to ,p r
the prolMble cost of survey Tand r
construetionoi ine-roaa," ana, re iii
Mr. Hand as to the Teasibifity., pfr'-' ""'
the enterprise. ., ,.
As a result bL Tuesday 's. work; J
I n PntiTnt'on' fiu 1ol4 ntirt o . Yia4
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a line of action will fie determiriedi .-
upon whereby ,tlie road Ayill'lbe'y'"; ; "I
completed at an early date?' tnf '"' r
To Tho Trilmno.' ' .
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The land and
crust on it once more and it iooks-'i, ' '
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queer 10 see it mac-way. , we.iav&' , . ,
been so used to ?eelng it1- muddy.
and slushv. - '..' ' - '
Farmers are making good us'e'.,0V '
of the pretty weather andj. the" .'
country is herself onte more. - ,, .f,
Rev. Thompson preached last;);"-'
Sunday to a good sized crowd, ' fv '
ATr "Rnh Pnl-Vpr nf- "R urine Wn,'.' f-
county is here visjtfng thisycekVJ
ine scnooi cioscu last .JUiursr
day, Prof, R. T Yates and :Miss;i
JUellu Lesovsky did well w.uu &np -f''
school and advanced tile .little '.' rj
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Mr. Skeeti returned 5 tins veelc 'JY
from Houston where !hq has heen:1
for some time. . ' ZpsTo.-'
Receipts qf cotton fa date 10.23.Ltf
bales at Bartlett, of' whjph '.amoun.ti y h
387 bales received yithin' tle ,laa V"1'
week. Tho fow.bajog yet to cdnje'
in and the rqund bales wiUv-. ' : ..
about 14,000 bales for tho.BeadoU,
Last season tle roooipto. wer? &;; .
bout 17,000 baton..
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Cates, R. F. The Bartlett Tribune (Bartlett, Tex.), Vol. 17, No. 50, Ed. 1, Friday, April 3, 1903, newspaper, April 3, 1903; Bartlett, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth49231/m1/1/: accessed August 20, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Bartlett Activities Center and the Historical Society of Bartlett.