The Bartlett Tribune (Bartlett, Tex.), Vol. 18, No. 17, Ed. 1, Friday, August 14, 1903 Page: 1 of 8
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R. & GATES. Editor.
BARTLETT, TEXAS, AUGUST 14, 1903.
VOL. XVIII, NO. 17
SUMMER GOODS AT
ve offer all Summer Dress Goods and our entire line of
Ladies Waists in white and colors, sizes 32 to 40, at ac-
tual cost in order to make room for our enormous
II Fall and Winter
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ow In Transit. II
We take pleasure in announcing to th& nfiis fc.
Mall show a complete line of Fall Goods unsurpassed by
any in style, quality and price.
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Just Received. na?1ihIa?J??Sia,, rnants
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' Thp Tribune,
I As, there is nothing doing at
e present time I will drop a fow
Nearly everybody hero is" eat-
watermelons and taking sin
aw j. meeting ana naving a
i, large number of Densonville
pple are1 attending the meeting
te;s school house this weolc.
hiere.Avas singing at Denson
pmouse last punaay eve. A
l number was nresent. and
All larffi nnmhfir wn.a invifnrl
thft hnmn nf Mr nnrl.Mi-o
lora. IPartl'aw Jast Saturday
gAUO sing, . -
MJi 'Pearl Reese is visiting
?r- uncle, and aunt, Mr. and
ra. Rob't: Ensor this week.
Miga, Carrie Denson was the
ao8toc,h'e friend, Miss Tidweil,
lijses.Rearl Reese and Ber-
Tidwell and Mr. Vircil
Itofcena .were visitors at Mr.
Mrs. .J. D. Pinkard's last
Id ay evening.
le'r'sstill sen new buggies.
Chester Cox is going to
ti a sincino' sohool ahnnt
24, at the schoolhouao and
sh him ,iuch success.
(11, t &mV step aside for
le. " Guess who.
All the election returns of the
prohibition election held in this
county last Saturday are in and
the News gives the maio Hies bv
Precinct 1, 39 Pro.
Precinct 2, 143 Pro. )
Precinct 4, 70 Pro.
Precinct 5, 44 Pro.
Precinct 6, 6 Anti
Precinct 7, 116 Pro.-
Precinct 8, 9 Pro.
Total pro. majorities 443,
begin.my music olass on
ly, Aug. 17th. Those do-
latruotipn on piano, gui-
HoUn, 'please call at my
Trrie $3.00 per month.
wrs, u. tr. Andrews.
th'i 15"year old son of
t, of Ltfander, was acoi-
Ihot in the'abdonien Tuea,
. 32 'caliber pletol, in-
0 anti majority in precinct 0,
gives the pro,, majority for the
county, 437. Belton News.
Sale of Mules
Mr. G. B. Buchanan, of Corn
Hill, who was in Georgetown
Monday, sold five head of mules
iorS2io each to Fred Turner, of.
Granger. Among them were the
Emerson pair of mules Mr. Buch-
anan bought some time since 400.
He is making a success of the
stock business and showing that
there is good money in it. Will-
iamson county Sun.
Pros Decide to Contest.
At a meeting of the Prohibition
Executive committee in George
town a few days ago it 'was de
emed to contest the result of the
late prohibition election. A com
mittee composed of W. L. Mann,
J. E.ooper, D. P. Wilcox, M. B
Lockett and W. F. Casey, was ap-
pointed to take charce of the af
fair. Nelms & Sansom will wn.
resent the pros and Chcssher &
Wilcox the antis.
It is said that at Belton there
is much injunction talk. The al-
leged causes for complaint were
intimidation at the polls caused
by the actions of the women and
also the distribution of some cir
culars, but which circular the Tri
bune does not know. So far as
learned there- is no agitation in
Temple with reference to an in
junction and it is believed that
there will be no contest to orig-
inate at this ooint. TVmnlo TW.
The protracted peeting will be-
gin at the Methoidist church nex.t
Sunday morning at 1 1 d.'clock.
Every body invited'to attend.
'Katy New time card.
. The now time,card of the M.K.
& T. Ry which went into effect
last Sunday is as follows :
- Train from Taylor via Granger
leaving at 7 o'clock a.m., arrives
in Georgetown at 8:45 a. m.; train
leaves here at 12:40 p.m. making
connection at uranger with both
North and South bound trains on
the main lino, coming baok train
arrives here at 4:10 p. m. At 5. 15
train leaves Georgetown arrivipg
in Taylor at 7 o'clook p.- m. re-
maining all night. This sohedulo
gives Goorgotown an out going
afternoon train and incoming
morning train. Commercial.
Bought a Farm.
A. A. Gunn this week purchas
ed from Charley Womack his farm
consisting of about 100 acres.
near Heidenheimer. The Tribune
is informed that Mr. Gunn will re-
main in Bartlett.
The following parties have been
indicted and in most cases arrest-
ed, says the Williamson County
Sun, for illegal voting and false
swearing in the prohibition elec-
tion July 18:
Frank Bolf, white, Bert Land-
rum, white, S. B. Stearness. white,
Chas. Matthews, white, S. C. Cof-
field, white Jackson Soders, negro,
Jonathan Davis, necro. Robert
Shultz, white, Cornelius Johnson,
negro, b. U Campbell, white, Otto
Keilberer, Julius Becker. lohn
Taylor. Tex.. Auc-. Ml.Rinh-
ard Curtis, an industrious young
negro of this city, left Taylor last
nignt tor a visit to his mother at
Bartlett. Near Circieville, five
miles north of Taylor, this morn-
ing his mangled remains were
found strewn along the Missouri,
Kansas and Texas railway track.
It is suDnose'd ha was ridir.n- n.
freight train and fell beneath the
Will Weigh qotton.
C E. Scales has been appointed
cotton weigher on- the Bell coun-
ty side at Bartlett by Public
Weigher, Cobb, and has rented
the Hempel yard preparatory for
the fall business.
Messrs, Alex Smith and, A. B.
Welch attended court at G'nnro-n.
town this. week.
Attention R. A. M.
Companion W. F. Moore, ,of
iviexia, Texas will be here to in-
struct the Royal Arch Masons
next week, beginning on .Mon-
day, Aug. 17, and continuing
four or five days. All Royal
Arch Masons are unred to at
tend. Mr. Moore is considered
one of the best instructors in the
state; He has had a oortificate
for eight years.
To the Public.
I wish to announce to my
friends and patronB that I shall
resume the teaching of music at
the qchool building on Sept. 7.
Miss Mabel Walton.
The son of Mr. and Mrs,"X b.'
Bishop, near Althaa. hns lipn
Katy's Pleasure Park.
Georgetown, Tex., Aug. 9.
Katy park at the junction of the-
San Gabriel river and Berry's
creek on the Missouri, Kansas and
Texas road was formally opened
to the public today. Special excur-
sion trains from as far north as
Hillsboro and south fromLaGrange
brought in about 1500 people,
while vehicles from Georgetown,
Walburg, Cornhill neichborinn-
towns increased the number to
about 2500. Boat ridincr was a
special feature of the day and
Crab's Juvenile Cornet hnnrT
from Hillsboro was one 'of the
attractions. A refreshment- "shnrl
furnished dinner for the hungry
ana a well ol cold water supplied
the thirsty. Visitors were delight-
ed with the grounds and mani-
fested their apprecation by a
thorough enjoyment of the day;
Many predictions were made that
Katy park would soon rival any .
pleasure and recreation.
A "Coaling Station."
Granger, Tex., Aug. 1 r. The
Kty coalchutes at this place are
completed and engine Nov 219.
running on the Georgetown branch
was the first car to go on the
chutes, and there are now two cars
ot coal beiilg unloaded in them, so
this is nbw a ('coaling station."
Mr. R. C. Brown, is yory sick
at his homo in Clnm Will. .w
took sick at Ballingor and wired ,
uuino ior conveyance and bed
to take him from Belton to Corn
The cotton orop of this section '
and county in general 13 as good
as it has been on any proviotfs
year far'a number of yoers, and f
in iact it jt( much better than the" " " -orop.
oft last year, i "
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Cates, R. F. The Bartlett Tribune (Bartlett, Tex.), Vol. 18, No. 17, Ed. 1, Friday, August 14, 1903, newspaper, August 14, 1903; Bartlett, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth49242/m1/1/: accessed January 23, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Bartlett Activities Center and the Historical Society of Bartlett.