The Bartlett Tribune (Bartlett, Tex.), Vol. 18, No. 41, Ed. 1, Friday, February 5, 1904 Page: 1 of 8
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Ranging in price from gc to 60 cents.
New Patterns and Designs made by one of the largest factories..
Sizes 32-42; prices ranging from 5bc to $5.oq
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AUi, the-' farmers are about up
TKlHheir plowing, and are ready
- farraih. ,
,'f'KT' Trr M.Vont:i loft- Inel-
week for Wichita Falls to visit his
nvuncle, Mr. D. A. McKenzie.
' X p'ea'th visited our community
Tuesday night and took away
.latttq the little daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Jim luetcher. bne was
sick onlv a fev days with con-
, gestion of the brain.
' "fJ ,Mrs. W. P. Hutchens visited
'he'r sister Mrs. White Hutchens
' Mr. W. P. Hutchens and Jamily
'knent Saturday nieht at Mr. I. P.'
v Turner's. x
iMr. and Mrs. T. X. Faulken-
' berry, Misses Mary and Etta Mc-
' 'Keti'iie1 Maqdc Pinckardand Mary
j. Turner vere pleasant callers at
VMr. Vy,Pt tiutchens Sunday eve.
fyliss, Mrfude Pinckard spent
,S4turday night with her friend
-JMlss Addie Teer spent Thurs-
Mrifight with IVtiss Carrie Den-
t''MT4 W. D. Fowler made a short
call .t.Mr. Tid well's the other d.ay
"Ifte young people enjoyed a
,,6ioging'atl,r.and Mrs. B, D, Mc-
enzie:s last bunday night.
Mr. R! N', Ensor .who has been
quite sick is reported much better.
Well as that h all the news I
will step aside., Pet.
As I have not written for a long
time I will come again, if the edi-
tor, will permit.
The weather has been very cold
this last week.
Last week school at (this place
was dismissed on account of small
pox, but has been .going on this
Mrs. Dan McKenzie and son1
Douglass, have returned home.
All the farmers have about com-
pleted such work as plowing, for
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Faulkenber-
y visited their brother and sister
spent Saturday night at Mr. and
Mrs. Jackson's at Granger.
Miss Anna Teer and brother
spent Sunday evening at Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas Tidwell's.
Mr. Virgil Hutcherts and Miss
Maude Pinckard made a short call
at Mr. and Mrs. Henry Crabb's
Mr. James Turner of Lone Star
visited home folks a few days ago.
Mrs. R. Reese and daughter
Perll of Bartlett visited relatives
in'this vicinjty a few days ago.
Richard T. Beckham Killed.
Mr. Riohard T. Beckham was
fatally injured in a gin at Far-
mn7aviltrt rm .Inn OR flMnr o fnw
Mr, and Mrs. Willoby Turner near I , , . , ' . , ., .
the Odd Fellow's cemetery in
Lone Star last Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Dan McKenzie
gave a singing at their home last
Sunday night, which was enjoyed
by all present.
We are glad to hear that Mr.
Robt. Ensor is able to be up again,
Mr. Mink Rudasill came up
from Taylor last' week ani spent
a week with home folks.
Master Aubrey Rudasill is re-
ported quite sick, and we hope
he will be able to be at school in
a few days.
Miss Bertha Tidwell is also ab-
sent from school this week on ac-
count of sickness.
Mr.Xee'Denson left fpr college
Mr. and Mrs. Willoby Turner
that city on the 29th. His cloth
ing was caught on the main shaft
arid was torn from his body, and
his logs were beaten to a pulp
and one arm broken.
Mr. Beckham was a brother of
C. T. Bockham of Oonaville, a
former citizen of Bartlett. He
was born in Mountain View, Ark.,
in 1870. Deceased will be ro-
membored by rqnny friends in
this vioinity as a bright and
promiaing.young man. The Tri
bune extends sympathy to the
. The soqiaty sot have a "Leap
-Year" party booked for tonight
Accident, at Holland.
Hqlland, Feb. 1. While Mrs.
John Ralston was standing in
front of a fireplace her clothing
caught fire; there" was no assist-
ance at hand and she was fatally
burned. Five small children
were in the house. The family
has recently been having a siege
On last Saturday Mr. Frank
Goode sold a bale of cotton in
Bartlett, which brought $106.85.
This is a record-breaker in this
section for the price of one bale.
Bought Cotton Seed.
During the past week Willie
Kunkle and Henry Kielman, -f
Paige, Bastrop county, were here
and purchased cotton seed from
Rev. H. Hempel and George
Hempcl fo'r planting purposes.
And still Bartlett leads the
world as a cotton market, Monday
W. D. Jarrell bought G. E. Koon-
sen a cotton, for which he paid
'Improved Cotton seed for sale
at 50 oents tier bushel. Matures
in from 00 to 120 days. Reliable
seed, no bettor can bo procurod.
Prompt attention given all orders.
For seed and circular description
of cotton,, apply to T. P R6bin
son, Althea, Tex, Will haye(
seed as long as this notio'e ap
TO the tribune:
uur singing Sunday was
grand success and
by a large crowd.
Mr nnrl TVTre ftanrrtn.
Briggs, visited Mrs. Rice's parental A C
Mr. ana Airs, .brooks baturdayNitV
and Sundav. jf v-k
Misses Lillie and Lucy Izza'rdk'
and Ollie Branton of near Prairie? 'M
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noic aaiuraay ana sunaay., i
11.103 uiku Ajiuiity 1 visiLlll l ?,
grandparents near Holland this
' Miss Annie Keaton of near''
Prairie Dell visiscd Mrs. Brooks3
M.v. Emmett Farrow of Saladoj
visited friends and relatives here
The singing that was given at
the homes of Mr, and Mrs. A. K.
Holt Sunday night was attended
by a large crowd.
Miss Jordan df Briggs, visited
Miss Brooks Saturday and Sun-
day. Mrs. J. Street, Mrs; Walters,
Ware and children visited Mrs'
W. G. W: Whitlow Monday,
Thft Prno Will Offorino. iml'ar ",?;$
the auspices of the Ladies 'Q& h"&$
tne i-resnytorian church at Mrs. v.?'
Hightowerlast Friday night wS.s''
one Of the most enjpyatye sopiftl' fi
functions of thp seaapnt -A Irgjis
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Cates, R. F. The Bartlett Tribune (Bartlett, Tex.), Vol. 18, No. 41, Ed. 1, Friday, February 5, 1904, newspaper, February 5, 1904; Bartlett, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth49263/m1/1/: accessed November 19, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Bartlett Activities Center and the Historical Society of Bartlett.