The Bartlett Tribune (Bartlett, Tex.), Vol. 19, No. 49, Ed. 1, Friday, April 7, 1905 Page: 3 of 10
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About 400 balw of cotton were
marketed in Rogers Jast -week,
JR. F. Stafford of Holland haa
sold, his mercantile business to
.. W GVtthMi of that plaoe;
v; . "Gieoretbwn, Tex., April 1.
dounfy court adjourned today
ftr seetion'-of' four weeks.
An; unusually large amount"of
bfobusineas was disponed of an
a, number of oases, w ere cortti:
uad until the Juno term.
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' Jim Goodnight hai
his resignation as pri
Holland High S
' -ttoard of trustees acoepte
elected Miss Beulah
principal and Miss Gla
nori to take Miss
u place.- Troy Enterp
"John Bowmer, a
years, died sndde
, aborning of heart
terday he. plowed in the fi
-was apparently in perfect he;
He lived rit Cedar Park, a
nilos from Georgetown
A'genweman by .the. parae.
INidholson, from Corsicana,
urohased'parrofHhe: Pilbt Kn
Vahcli; 'In':the deal John Pad
'becomes jtha owner of a generous
slice of Fort Worth property.
JKilleori Herald.' " '
Mr.'J. 0. Knight, formely of
born Hill, but. now of 'Winters,
.Runnels county, was here .this
"week selling hiff.cattle and cot-
iEbri., 'Tie sayo a large number oi:
.people In that county are from
Williamson county. George-
While at the fat Btook show at
'Fort Worty ast week Mr. J. F.
5y1earwoojR)'f Georgetown, and
Mr. ;. 'Salyer, of Jonah, sold
.twc-'Herefords, each at prioe
'ranging from 'Si5O.'0O to S200.CO
a piece. ;Thfe Hereford people
are jubilant at the high prices
deceived for their cattle1 during1
ihe sales. Commercial.
Tax: Coljeotor A. W. Tabar has
collected '$2250 in Occupation tax-
t es this mpalh, some of the ac-
counts bejg of five year3 stand-
ing. Hgflplleoted about $1100 in
R6okawr$425 inThorndaie. wnd
ttie remainder in Cameron and
other tqwns in' the county. Cam-
erpriTHerald. Parties were in from Moody
yesterday after a coffin for Mrs.
ICline, wife of Dr. Kline, Dentist,
who in the early days did feuch
v 'Worjc in tnis section. The pro
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curing of. a. coffin for the de
.;ceaseci".waB somewhat a difficult
.matter, ,as she weighed about 400
r .pounds. The body hud to be laid
out' on the ganery, as the oolhn
Was.too ,large to go through a
- doorway, .Temple Tribune.
4Thenew police force got busy
"the fjr"s,t night of their servioe.
A-raW on the Square gambling
hoiise yielded three penitents.
Lnter there were all kind of
' times in trying to .capture a big
bunc.h in the Tribune ' building.
By use of telephone poles and
oVen by jumping off the awning
into the mud, all but one manag-
ed to escape, Temple Tribune.
It Is well known to old pros--jjootora
that Lampaesas coyintj' is
ts Hqh in, minerals, and many snyill
flhafta haye beep sunk in differ-
ent ftart's of tho county, and
thoflo.who claim to know, say that
all that" has been lacking to de-
velop lead,' silver ahd gold is pay-
, ip quantities has been the ab-
eenc6 of oapital.to work theleadB
found This diffkj'ulty now seeraa
& be in a fair way removed, and
It is Baguiny xcUd that in
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a few days or weeks at most, ao
,ctiye operations will b commenc-
ed, to develop some of the most
favorable situations. Lampasas
Taylor, Tex Maroh.80, Yes-
terday afternoon the two-year-old
son of DrW. Mi Laud, liv-
ihg near "VWjjvras poisoned
from havidHHfefeafiss to the
1 1 ... it
orui wjn oe
RoundJMs, Tex., April 2.
WiirCarWigton, Ike Gibbs and.
Tiro. Robinson, three well knotyn,
young negroes of thisplje, wprl
arrested here today by Constable
Carnngton on a warrant charg-
ing them with burglary at Tay-
lor last night. City Marshall
Lowe took ihem to Taylor this
afternoon, whereihey will bo
yen an examiniBr trial tomor-
They con few havincr been
ihTayloipist night, bufrdeny all
knowledlb pf the burglary.
Mr. CpH. Cook this week olos-edja-
djBftl with Geo. West, color-
ed, whereby Cooke oame into
possesion of a tract of land of
four aoroa just east of the school
house, containing some five or
six residences and West became
the possessor oi a 500 aore farm
on the Kelienor xanoh, Mr.
Cooke valued this property at
about $7,000, and he took the
properi,y near sohool house in the
trade 'at $4,200. This Granger
property is very valuable prop-
erty for residence and will be
sold out by Mr. Cooko to desir-
able people, and will be sold out
to Whites. Mr. Cooke also owns
forty aoros of very desirable re3
ident property just east of litis
tract of laud which he will cut u
and put on the market as soon as
the town grows to it. This tract
of land that Mr. Cooko bought at
$4,200 sold five years age at,$700.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
tllD UDOU UUU JLI4.WOU . WpUIO.1..
"Mothers buy it lor Croupy
children, railroid men buy it for
severe coughs and elderly people
buy it for la grippe," say Moore
Bros.,. Eldon; Iowa. "We sell
more of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy than any other kind, It
seem9 to have taken the lead over
several other good brands.'
There is no. question but this med
icine 15 the best that can be pro
cured lor coughs and colds,-
Whetner it be a child or an adulr
that is afflicted. It always cures
and cures quickly. Sold by all
The luxuries of today are the
necessities of tomorrow. Note
tho difierenoo between the num
ber of rural telephones now and
five years 7u0. Cameron Herald'-
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Memwiirt Serrkit. ' .;'
.Metaoriial services sit Vsl Verde
church liftUse, Saturday April' 2,
Singing led by A. J. Llles."
Opening addrcs by- Rev R. W.
McCunn. 10 minutes.
Recitation Mable Solomon.
,' Essays-Floyd 'Wh'ittinjgton.'
20 minute talk by Rev. C. E,
Simpson. . "-
Essay Miss WillicPruett.
20 minute talk bv Rcvi W. M.
1 100 o'clock sermon by Rev.
Jeff D. Ray.
Dinner 12 to 1:30-
20 minute talk by Rev, G.
Recitation Miss Beulah Brad-
IS minute talk by Rev. W. A.
itatlon Miss Olic' Paine.
0 minute talk by Rev. L.
Pred'dy. ; .'
Essay Miss Mary Coble.
15 minute tall by Rev: . J
Tyson. ' .
20 minute talk by Dr. Reyn
olds. . . r- ''
Talk at grave yard
' There are few dis
flipt more lor
and there is p
for wWm such
less Mi, ot ren
cured is, therefo
ment to make, but
Pain Balm, which e
tensive sale, has met
follow the husband through life
in one constant whirl qf misery
and trisfortune, and when at last
at the gate of hell, they are separ-
ated? would stand and wring her
hands in moral anguish because
the curtain has fallen between
them and she could go no farther.
We haye seen the mother follow
the son through paths of crime,
nhame and degradation, through
.which a man was never known to
follow a woman, yet who is to
blame for the downfall ol women?
Who? Let the angels of heaven
be the jury and God Almighty
Another lot of 10 cent
lace at Holland's to go
at 5c a yard,
by J. A. - . K
s'that in- a
SHo disease jt
lHBod use- .3
ib oecn u
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w' . wmnr
maimc jm us bcoooccccxx:
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oBur'KT and costs )&
Kk&KKe by all drug- Q
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VBVBWSnen as low lHKffifv
riHRm to f 1 1 IiMm ttfrTfiiii 1 in nMTlli 1'
nJBVH...:r 1. JH 5aA?KHHiEK
bHfrom the gutter anpHj vluPBiR'SHF a
lHher heart with tearjH "ljMpifs Lt
svEhy, love and anguislBP vf Wvl
HnlBvvn her cheeks in &s- MtMmSVSk,
sioJHVe have seen the wife mMmmmal
whv mtntivwpuuur.itKiiiiwuam.j wiimwtw
ft 1 1 1 1 ti nt in 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 rm i I
Z 5e Farlor Restaurant
Your Money worth whn
you trade with us
ShAjft Orders, Meals, Oysters.
1 1 lLLUIoi anfb
E. MontgosiCry ProprietQf.
1-I-M-I-I-M-M-M-I"H-I-M I 1 1 H - .t -
Why not g&
you buy WMiskey?
All the boat
Be sure Jbat '
1 J stamp
F. I A 4
Ca ILiiiclieiiiaiiii, Ji
CYCLONE SALOON, j
-r-: F OR : , ."
m Wines, WniskiK and Cigars
Always on tap...
Wqolicit your pjaf ronaJge.
1000 customers to buy our
We carry a full . supply of every-
thing good to eat.
GIVE US A TRIAL.
Cocke & Brown.
Bargains In Land.
The J. P. Murrah Farm east of
Holland, consisting of 1050 acres
,md cut up ;n small farms of So to
150 acre tracts, cart be purchased
on easy terms, will consider some
trade. For .further. particulars ap-
ply to , J. J. Stein
M ' ; 1 it mmi 11 1 t m
M - H - l - H - I - M - T - ' - H - HHIHW
the best when!
of whiskey, wines
kept in stock .,
'means a revenue
aPntl.t ; k-i
Satin Jack from
i . -:
The G. D. Hair Jack;
wm maue season at m;
barn in Bartlett. 10.00, jr.s;
sur.ed . Money due w.hen mareftx '
proves to be in foal. . 'j, ':
FRANK OVERBY..v ;
(The Talbot Horse) . , (
Will make the season ..
at Fraak Overbys .
J Service Fee $10. '
Thia -ia a wnll livirl Imw&.A
J u: n il- . , '-. W.M
iiuu ma uuil buio xus-oesu aa- .j
yortisement. A horse with
out a pedigree is better thao;;
u pyugruo wiuioud a aorse. .. -
Call and see him. '
-I have, tfefc
for sale at 60 cents in smalI."icW..W
ju ucnua 1,1 iiugct iuu. -
1 L. W. Ropmsopf-
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Cates, R. F. The Bartlett Tribune (Bartlett, Tex.), Vol. 19, No. 49, Ed. 1, Friday, April 7, 1905, newspaper, April 7, 1905; Bartlett, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth49317/m1/3/: accessed September 22, 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.