The Bartlett Tribune (Bartlett, Tex.), Vol. 19, No. 44, Ed. 1, Friday, March 3, 1905 Page: 3 of 8
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Of good old SOOR MASH whiskey in this part of the country will bet Re-
lighted to hear that they have been well provided for during
E YEAR OF 1905
Stallion :: 4- Fllfl
H f W JV
'fiilUJ. was sired, by Gen. Hardee, he by Old iiarde
Devil George, he by Taylor's iial, he by Kitrell's nal,
Gibson sTom Hal. sire of Hal Pointer 2.00 1-4. Little BroT
' jug 2,I'i 1-4, Brown nal 2.12 1-2. Rosa Lee. dam of Billy T,
; was by Newsboy, he by Slasher, he by Mountain Slasher, 2nd
E " and third dams by traveller, horse tracing back to McMeans
horse In his day in Tennessee. Gen. iiardce's dam was Gib-
son's Tom ita!, sire of Hal Pointer, Brown Jug and Brown hal,
s above t
Thus it will be econtlmt Billy P. traces back Iwico to KUtrolt'a Hal, twleo
to old Traveller, to MoMcans Traveller, onco to Mountain Slashir, Billy J la
is fclrd of Billy J. Jr. U10 Texas branchw cold in California, last year for $00,-
000i ttmo of Billy J Jr , 1.69 1-2, paoo timo of Billy J, 2.15, paeo references to
billy i podlgteo will show that hij is half brother In blood to billy J, Jr.
thus it will bo soen that billy1 F embraces all of the saddle strains that liavc mniW
' Tennessee famous for saddlo and record breaking horse at tho pace; billy J Jr.
. . one 01 mo isisicsi noracs in mo worm, no is now in Jingiana. ouiy x -a uam is
I Pxincoss a steotdust, she was sired by Jonn Trot, ho by "billy trot" 2. 6-4, Littlo
'll. he by brovm Joo, slro of Qibson torn, he by brown brown billy, ho by blown
IJoo, siroof Glbion tool, sire of torn trot. Littlo brown Maud 2.11: brown trot2.0
P ! ! 3-2, Maud Loo, dom of Princess, was by billy Joo, ho by Jool Champ, ho by
" Mountain bill, 2nd and fcrd damsby "traders horso," tracing back to llammels
1 uoiicr, wno was sire 01 mora iasi iravciors wan any norso nis aay in xenncsauu
Wjll make the season at my stable opposite wagon yard.
I lrs. B. W. Evans Chanvater,
'rKan? writes: "My husband lay
fcr srck tor sick tor tntee montns.
consumption, We procured a
bottle 'of Ballard's norehound
SvruD. and it cured him. That was
,(! years agosincc then have al-
i wavs kfiDt a bottle in the house.
' , .We cannot do without it. For
' nMichs and colds it has no eauai."
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U for mpairedjAppstiio
5 Loss of appetite always results
from faulty digestion. All that
n ii needed
"5 They vifil.
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Hk ;: -ySf bestloVO
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' vifc Mr. Cro
ii was madBp
.. 7fs Coon HB
and will H
'f and saflR
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Statistics show startline moit
ality from appendicitis and perit-
onis. To prevent and cure these
awful diseases there is just one
reliable remedy Dr. .kings New
Life Pills. M. Flannery of if
Custom House Place, Chicago says
"They have im equal for constipat-
ion and iMLusness" 25 c at
J. A, Rogers & Son.
row visited St. Louis recently for the special purposp of securing the
id Coon Hollow whiskey in existence.
TTsTlilsnsIes axe -vox-y Scarce
ots of Miem are net to be had. Mr. Crow Was aware that the reliable
;I. H. LEE & CO.. of I1 North Second st5et. St. Louis. .1 ihnnse that
business for fifty years, controlled all the well matured agfes of
OLD OOOIT SIOIuXuOTTT"-
an old and esteemed customer of Wm. H. Lee & Co. and a contract :
tween them which will supply Mr. Crow with CHOICE AGES of Old
w whiskey throughont the year of 1905. These whiskies are "v
red in the Government Bonded Warehouse
shipped to Mr. Crow as his requirements demand. The
Sour Mash and Pure Rye Whiskies are invited to call at
COON HOLLOW SALOON
ivorld, which means a superior
e the oldest Coon Hollow whisked in
and at popular prices.
M 4 vl
Bft BB? '
'ew doses of Cham-
ike a wc
lpative. For sale by all drc
Great sire of boauty and
beecl. sea his sets befor
vou breed. The Stem W
,f are ready madergood gait
(', 0wir'hAarf&d and trotters
w.'with 2i30 or 3 minuf
Wl 'snftnrl at vearlincrs.
L? Winderis a wondeafully
' a .- 1
i BOT89 anq nas a snoui
HiftP.v .arm eeiaom euuaiiuu, no
mxyr . . , ,. -. ,. ,...
ojea, ana tnougn noav
oled and strong boned, s
uality and finish of
oughbred, we oreeai
Impresses his individu
his gets, and yen w
mares ot ordinary b
tattsi eyery case gets 1
rHe sires fine colts, go
ffnshtftnd bono, ana
eitforiB in every inst
bred to lngholass
onlv ereta sneed b
"arly speed, vislbl
yearUngs or two-
self. His tre
to bays and bl
15 1-4 Hand!
Wilhfl by Hy
i' Swm winder
, uaniers Livei
full v ans were
1 lor jaooidvnts.
Invaluable for Rheumatism.
I have been suffering for past
few years with a severe attack of
rheumatism and founcLthat Ball-
ard s Snow LiminentBHK only
thing that gaveEitisfacti
ion and tended te my
pains- MarchHBhn C.
nnd Sl.OO. THlB&BMlBin
A Chicago Alderl
ion to Chambar
"I can heartl
throat and lunc
a oolitical cl
cold after beiii
irritated my throd
nd I was fin
ally compelled toistop, as I could
not speak aloud. In my extrem
ity a friend advjsed me to use
Chamberlain's Cigh Remedy.
I took two doses that afternoon
and could not believe my senses
when I found next morning the
inflamation had largely subsided,
I took several doses that day,
kept right on talking though the
campaign, and I thank this med-
icine that I won my ieat in the
Council." This remedy is for
sale by all druggists.
100 acres good .bjack land,
close to Bortlett for sale ttc a
bargain, if taken at once. No
improvements; good terms. Koll
man & Cates
Taylor Live Stock Notes.
Taylor, Tex,, fceb. 27.Til-
am Connerly, reprosentraHthe
aier Packing Company oWLos
Angeles, Cal., was in Taylor
Saturday and, purchase from
feeders eight oar loads' of
ef cattle, whioh he yester
day shipped to San Antonio,
from whioh point he will forward
a full train" load of oattle to the
Jacob Issao of the San Gabriel
section, and James Abbott of the
Gano community marketed 83
fat hogs in Taylor 3aturday, for
the sale of which they realized
S4.75 per hundred pounds, gross.
Howard Bland and J. W. Wo-
maok shippod a car load of fat
hogs to the Fort Worth market
Jason FoArard yesterday ship-
ped a carload of fat butcher hogs
to the Houston market.
For Sale two good well bred
jacks for sale cheap and on good
terms Apply to Fox & Miller
Gives Health, Vigor and Ton,
nerbine is a boon pr suflerera
from aneamia, Vy jts use the
blood is quickly regenerated and
this color becomes normal. Tae
drooping strength is fevived. The
languar is diminished health vigor
and tone predominate, New life
and happy activity results. .Mrs.
Belle h, Shirel Middleboroiigh IlL '
writes: "I have troubled with liver
complaint and poor blood and
have found nothing tq benefit me. ,
like jierbinc. I hope never to be
without it. I have wjshce that I
had kuown of it in my husband's,
lifetime." 50c. Rogers & Son.
"He sat at the door at noon-c
day, lonlely and glum and sad; ,
the flies were buzzing
him led bv a blue-winged
Not a customer darkened his '
tal, nt a sign of business
there, butho flics kept on ,
zing about the old man's
At Mfct in misery he Bhoutod:
'Great Scott I I'm coyored -with
flies;' and the zephyr that toyed
with his whiskers said, 'Why
don't you advertise?' "
Standard Bred Middle
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Cates, R. F. The Bartlett Tribune (Bartlett, Tex.), Vol. 19, No. 44, Ed. 1, Friday, March 3, 1905, newspaper, March 3, 1905; Bartlett, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth49313/m1/3/: accessed October 15, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Bartlett Activities Center and the Historical Society of Bartlett.