The Bartlett Tribune (Bartlett, Tex.), Vol. 19, No. 8, Ed. 1, Friday, June 17, 1904 Page: 1 of 9
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m F. CATES, Editor.
MiS8;N&ncy Pace went to Bart-
lkt, Tuesday shopping.
MrT, J. Jones and daughter,
itteriiohella attended services at
,' .'fMirs. Wm. Pool and Miss Edna
Joiner visited over on Willis creek
': 'Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Via wore
jrisiting Mr. Via'a father near
' "Rev. G. W. Robbins, of Gran-
' ger, filled the pulpit here Sunday
V,,,fco 'a very attentive audience.
' - There will be services at ;the
vchurch Saturday night and Sun-
a 4y at eleven o'clock. All are
requested to be present.
Mr. and Mrs. Jnq. G. McKay
V? n. a lv.w twtnrv TJ ! !- , 1 n a t- uraob
i-na wnue noro Jonn ciosea a ueai
m; '-tor, another tract of land adjoin-
' yv VvlUb bu iiuto iiiui iuigi xuu
' ;Riley is very low with app'ehdici-
i . tis. Drs. 8harp of Davilla and
v Paye f Holland are in attend
, ' .&ncq, and we trust that her life
may be spared.
The ladies will giye an ice
OVoream supper,at this place, Sat-
?'''' '"'urday 'ttight Juno 25, to raiBe
&$& 'funds with which to mirchaso
i Jigh'ts for the church. Every -
f .body is invited to come, have a
good time and help a good cause.
Driven to Death.
Montgomery & Sons had the
to lose one of their
;best horsed fast Friday. They
ptK't. Hired the animal to a Mr. Ivy of
lfi"-ii -Pom 1 n in trn ' tn fhnrnrtnlo.
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J'l .Which hB did, but sent the rig
fback. by a negro, who simply
4z.?i.rtro fVin nnimnl n rlnn.fh. 'Phfl
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&iK fMn.MA ...nc. nnnnal-nil nnil Irtrlrvarl
in jail, and later plead guilty to
ijie.ofiense. Mr. Ivy was notified.
'Snd bame dovn from Temftle
Monday .and adjusted matters
'fjsatisfaqtory with Montgomery it
k -3Bonsr, The negro will be dealt
Iw'.n.j&v'ith according to law.
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Bjsr." eT-toof. Mnnrlnv mnrnintv
jCoTtpn Exchange failed to open
L$':for.busiiiess at the usual hour,
y" pd it has not opened yet.
wCThere is much talk and disous-
,sion but the Tribtfne is not suf-
ficiently informed' as to iho facts
in tho case-to justify any state-
ment as to tho merits or matters
v in the controversy. When they
are fully learned the public may
- rely upon the publication of all
'legitimate and material facts.
''! Hand Badly Out.
, Monday afternoon while Mr. W
L. Buckla.id was watching the
' thresher at work on the Mc
fCoy farm, his hand came in contact
K jvith the'knife of the bind cutter
pgA and was badly cut. The wound
i. extended across the back of the
sy jiiauu iiuu mc .nicucb were scvcicu,
s. irie came to town at once, naa tne
Pi wound dresRpri. nnrl m nniv rrettino-
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urang very wen.
, C' S Mooros is having his
atoclr of cjruga and store fixtures
packed fbr shipment to Tennes
see, whore he,wili engage in busi-
Lnese. He and his family contem-
alto leaving in a few days.
kMiss Dora Tribble will leave
mday for Fort Worth, where
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jjueo, tu wmieaa me marriage
r niece, which event ocours
TO THE TRIBUNE.'
It has been quiet a while- since
wo noticed any news to appear "in
your columns about our commun-
ity, 60 wo must write and
say that every thing is moving
Farming is the chief occupa
tion in in our little village.
Wo have about conquered the
grass and weeds, and have our
crops in a condition that' wo are
not bo badly orowded with work.
Small grain yielded well for
the small amount planted.
There was a runaway here a
short time ago, but no one was
The Sunday school classes
at this place were very small
last Sunday, but this is an except-
ion, as most of the time they are
Mr. Bill Ake of West, who -1ms
been visiting relatives here, has
left for his home.
Henry Koonsen, who has been
attending college at the South
Western University, has return-
ed to his home here to spend the
The Elgin baseball team came
up yescerday for a series of three
oames with the home team, the
first of Which was played yestar-
day evening and won by Bartlett
8 to 1. The people who attended
enjoyed the pleasure of sitting in
the now grandstand, which af
fords a fine view for tho lovers of
the great national garro. Every
body should attend the games to
day and tomoro-v.' The admis
sion price at the gate is 25c 'and ,
the erand stand is' free. Ladies '
are admitted free at gate and
grandstand. Come, everybody
and enjoy yourelyes, " , 1
Kicked to Death.
On last Saturday afternoon,
while Mrs. L. Schoonfeldt, agel
about 08 years, who lives some Q
miles north-east from Bartlett,
was attempting to scare some
stock away from a wagon load of
oats, a horse kicked her in the
breast, from the effects of which
she died shortly after-
ward. She was buried, in tho
Lutheran cemetery hero Sunday.
The Tribune extends sympathy
to the bereaved.
Katy Extension Completed.
Austin, Tex., June 14 The
Missouri Kansas & Texas Rail-
road extension from Georgetown
was practically completed into
Austin" this evening. The road
will be placed in regular operation
in a lew days, probably on June
19. It is said the operation of
through trains into San A ntonio
over the International & Great
Northern track between Austin
and San Marcos will not be com-
menced until about August.
Throughout the store
at an honest price
buch as Gents and Ladies dross
shoes, Baby soft shoes, gents
work shoes, brushes, polish and
blacking, pants, shirts, collars
handkerchiefs, stockings, ladies'
vests, parasols, corsets, wript
bags, laces, tinware, etc, will go
for cash, one price to everybody.
The more you buy the more you
save.. Closing out at cost sever-
al kjnds plug tobacco at New
York Store, Ed Heinsohn, Prop.,
Loader of Low Prices, Bartlett,
Don't forget Z- the Methodist
protracted meeting to begin next
Friday night, conducted b,
BARTLETT, TEXAS, JUNE 17,
A DeBorved Uomplimont.
In a write up of the commence-
ment cxerciscs'of the Southwest-
ern University, the Georgetown
Commercial says of the Art ex-
hibit of that instution: The art
exhibit from 5 to 7 o'qlock on
.Friday afternoon at the ladies An-
nex given by Miss Velma Bailey
and her pupils was one of the
pleasing events of commence-
ment week. A large number of
admirers visited the exhibit. The
burnt wood and paint china spec-
imens were artistic ahd substan-
tial. The pictures represented all
phases of life, flowers and scenes.
The entire exhibit was sweetly
pretty and was universally com-
mended by visitors from through-
out Texas. Miss Bailev is a com-
petent instructor and won many
friends by her charming manners
during the entire exhibit.
Rev. B. P. Wagner, of Rang-
er, Texas, was here yesterday on
a visit to his uncle, H, M. Ware.
Ho had been attending the Theo-
logical school at Georgetown.
I will sell first class cord wood
at 2.50 per cord in cord lots at
car, or $3.00 per cord delivered.
R. L. Hunter.
The question of having a union
Sunday school- picnio at Katy
Lake is being agitated by seme of
our enterprising citizens, provid-
ed the proper rates can bo secur-
ed over the railroad. Let's have
Bartlett should not forget the
fact tliat a schoo 1 proposition .is
yet to be settled, and the time is
short. What are you doing to
perpetuate, matters? Let each
one go to work with renewed en
ergy and push the schoolnues
Hon to n. fnniin.
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TO THE TRIBUNE:
Here we come again.
Mr. and Mrs. Whitlow visited
Mrs. Whitlow's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. E. W. Hutchens, Sunday.
Miss Edna Maupin attended
preaching at Salado Sunday
Mr. Stevens and family of
Prairie Dell, visited Mr. Charlie
Eastland and family Sunday,
Misses Kate Stevens and Fan-
ny May Patterson, two popular
young ladies of Prairie Dell, vis.
ited Miss Birdie Whitlow Sunday.
Mr. J. H Brooks and son, How-
ard, returned Wednesday from a
visit to friends 'and relatives at
Mrs. Waodmff of Salado, is
visiting Mr. john Roads and fam-
ily this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Holt visited Mrs-
Holts brother Charlie lzzard, at
Mr. John Yates of Corn Hill,
(visited Chas. Whitlow Sunday.
Messrs. Mabern Roberts' and
Dever Webster attended Sunday
School at the school house Sun-
day. U and I.
The Baby Show.
The baby show given last Sat
urday afternoon under the, aus
pices of the Ladies Aid Society
01 tne rresDytenan cnurcn, was a
success socially and financially
and attracted quite
a crowd of interesting spectators.
Lunch, cream and other refresh
ments were served, but the most
important feature was the baby
show which resulted as follows:
For the prettiest baby Mr.i
and Mrs. "Randolph; for the fat
test baby under 1 year Mr.
and Mrs. Chas. Malechek; for ' the
fattest baby under two. years
Mr: and Airs. Herman Smith.
Mrs. W. E. Miller's baby won 2nd
prize for the fattes't baby under 2
years of age.
The f.rocee'ds of the evening
amounted to about $26.00.
Children's Day Services.
The Children's Day exercises at
the Methodist church Sunday
night were well attended and in-
teresting. The program consis-
ted of recitations and songs. It
is hardly fair to mention one of
the little folks without mentioning
all but the Tribune cannot re
frain from saying that the song by.
Little Colonel Slawson was the
crowning rendition on the program
and brough. forth hearty ap-
plause. Especial praise is due all
the children and also Miss Lncile
Shrock for her entiring efforts to
make the exercises-the success
The fourth annual S. S. Con-
vention of Wiliamson county will
be held at Granger Tex., on Sat-
urday and Sunday June 25 and
26, aclive earnest Sunday school
workers from all portions of the
county will participate in the in-
teresting programof execises.
Merchants of other towns need
invade Bartlott'a trade territory
They can't .touch the prices of
our merchants, so trade at home.
Miss, Mattie Lea Walton left
yesterday for Georgetown to at-
tend the Summer Normal. Her
sister, Miss Mabel, accompanied
her, and will visit friends there.
J. M. Woodson, -U. D., Temple,
practice limited to diseases of
oye, oar, nose and throat, will be
in Bartlett every Wednesday
morning. Office with Dr. Fergu-
son. Are you doing anything
Bartlett, s sohool interests?
VOL. X1X NO. 6.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Hintz,
turned Wednesday from a yisii;
to relatives in Austin county, ,
Mrs. A. J. Kuykendall, who'
had been visiting at Temple re-
rnpnnri fr. TJnnMnU rp,,,.r.3n.. . ' V ?
vutwuu w UUIHDH 1UTOUUV, ; J .
xno DaDe or Mr. ana ivirs. rpm' m,i
Fowler ia slowly recovering from: ' fty
a severe illness. ,J
ir r r o!tu n i T irt,Jfiial
luia, a. i.. oiuiiii, ui tauuaiuji,! Aft?:
Miss., is visiting her son, W. G- j
TiOO QnlliCk fnimrt-flM tP (lnnr
i?er visited Mr. and Mrs, Dj Ktf tfya
KJ " - - '- ' T--.JIJ
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w . it,. Laughlm, wno is serving
as a grand jury man at Belf;pn,i;
was at homo Sunday. ,
Miss Lula Collins, sister' of
Mrs. W. G. Smith' is visiting
hop t.hi'n ooolr. . tv
Mrs. Roxie McDaniel of Gran-.1
ger, is visiting Mr and Mrs. !D.
The babe of Mr. and Mrs. T.
P. Robinson-at'Althea, was re
ported to be 3ick yesterday.
Misses Harris, wno visit
atives at Davilla,
thbir home in Austin thwii
Mr. E. I. Hill, of Temple
an.V w ,
didate for County Attorney, -waav im
a Bartlett visitor Wednesday.'-,, , "?'
Mrs. F. Binford, who had b'een 'M
yiaiting relatives near here; .teViS
turned to Denton this week'. . - ",1$
. . . I ..-A
.Tndce and Mrs. Ike D. ,Whiifi,:,&"5
of Burnet, were guests of Jthe ed-f"
itor and family the past wepkv , ;
Editor Brookman. of the Beltoh"':?!
his familv. was a Bartlett visitor. I S
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Mr-and Mrs. Will Ake' of:' "M
Schleicher county, were here thej'f --,'
past week on a visit to relatives, t 3
and friendB. ' .'M
Dr. J.. M. Witt contemnlate3 .'.', ?!.4
. . , '. : ' a
leaving Sunday tor ap. louis-":"
to take a post-graduate courge'.i'
medicine. )$ f,li
Misses Mamie McLaughlin aud i
ii t:i ..::i.j nr- '3" Jiii-J
kjiu, ijuniui vioiieu mi . uiiu iuij.-i..
Farmer, near Corn..rlill Saturday.'
and Sunday.' ' '"SfeA'fl
Mrs.. E. C. Storz, who .fa&V '
been visiting Mr, and Mrs. W.,H"
Walton, returned to her home 'iiW -ft
Messrs. W. W.
Pennington and W. J. Cagle metiv'
this week as a board of equaliza, t
tion of taxes. ' 'fS.
Mr. Herbert Pope andi Mias'j
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01 ivir. uuu luia. snu j-iuubuuruiuu k, ,,
Tuesdav afternoon. - " . v":l
Miss Augusta Bisohoff and her
brother, Wesly, havo returned ,V-, '
from Brenham, where they' have' t
been attending pouoge. v .
Mr. W. H. Newton of KerrVille; -J
visited his brother, F. L. Newtqnjir " '
this weak. He was aocompainS, 'I
od homo by Mrs. Obor, mothecfof-' f;"
Mrs Newton!v . "
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the Tribune :?sat!
case; from Dr. R. B
ville, Texas. The
return to Tribune
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Cates, R. F. The Bartlett Tribune (Bartlett, Tex.), Vol. 19, No. 8, Ed. 1, Friday, June 17, 1904, newspaper, June 17, 1904; Bartlett, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth49282/m1/1/: accessed May 25, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Bartlett Activities Center and the Historical Society of Bartlett.