The Bartlett Tribune (Bartlett, Tex.), Vol. 21, No. 2, Ed. 1, Friday, May 4, 1906 Page: 7 of 10
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RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
Jaylrntns .- 2tlD
Night train South .- 11)28 a. m.
Jlic'ut train North 4t28 a. m.
Tho babe of Mr. and Mrs. Will
Daniels 3a sick,
Fresh bread every day jat
Justice Teer of Granger was
Fresh kitchen candy at W, G.
The babe of Mr. dnd Mrs. M,
L. Catos is quite sick.
Artesian baths at Uelk's barbei
Mr. and Mrsi R. Reese wont to
See Duncan & Messer before
selling your grain.
Harry Rogers of Rogers was
hero Sunday on a visit.
E, E. Cating is among the new
renders to the Tribune.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Charley
Cook, May 1, a gial,
B. V." Russel of Salado was
here yesterday on business.
Miss Hettie Wiley attended the
pionie at Katy Lake Thursday.
E. P. Allison, of near Granger,
was here this week on business.
Stanton Allen Elsq, made a
business visit to Wuco this week.
J. N. Jordan and R. Critz of
Granger were hero yesterday and
spent a few hours in a Jive town.
Priwitt Bros., the one price
cash store. Call and see their new
line of spring and summer goods,
Mrs. Chas. Kaase of Miles wa?
here thiB week on account of tho
'illness of Mrs, Ross.
Prewitt Bros, the one price
cash store. C 11 and see their new
line o( spring and summer goods.
I 11 THAN OUR
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Shoes for Ladies
"We are showing thorn
the popular leathers
The farmers are all busy, hence
but fotf people in town now a
The best yincgar for table use
or pickling at he New York
Lucas Rowntree wont to La
Grange this week on court busi-
ness, Who wants to buy a good milch
cow and calf? Apply to W. C
Rice, 4 miles east of Bartlett.
Rev. Wm. Speeglo of Davilla
preached at Lone Star last Sun-
day, it being the fifth Sunday.
Two cars of Joe Moon and
John Deere buggies at Wilson
Miss Dolan of Taylor was here
this week in tho interest of her
race in the Houston Chronicle
Good grass, plenty of water;
close in. If you want to pasture
your cows or horses see W. D.
C. Reifsohnoider has moved
hie tailor shop from upptairs in
tho Stanley building to tho Al-
I The little girl of Mr. and Mrs.
R, H. Bartlett is reported to be
some'better, 'though not out of
Dr. Hairston of Independence
was here this' week to see his
father, Capt. J. C. Hairston, who
Bennett & Overby have dis-
solved partnershipf Frank Oyer-
by buying tho interest of Mr.
Bennett in tho liyory business.
B. Kollman this week bought
the two new cottages of Luoas
Rowntree, consideration, 83,250.
The cottages are occupied by C.
S. McGinnis and Ira Bond.
See W. G. Smith for fresh
beans, beets, cucumbers, etc.
and Are the best that
style to select
Messrs. Joo and Sam BridgoB
will leavo sooa for tho San An-
golo country, for tho benefit of
there farcilioa' health.
See T F. Hickson for your
painting and paper hanging. Al-
so keeps a stock of wall paper.
West side railroad.
Mrs. Hoinsohn, of Fayette
county is hoio on a visit to her
sons. Chas., Ed and Adolph
Mr. W. F. Hohr, with Prewitt
Bros, now store, solicits both
German and Bohemian patron-
age and speaks both languages
fluently. Call and soo him.
The negro who was arrested
here last Saturday for stealing
from the stores, was discharged
from the county farm only a few
Tom Poynor, who for some
time has been with Leatherman's
drug store, has accepted a posi
tion as salesman for Prewitt
Bros, dry goods store.
The term of the city public free
schools is now nearing its close.
Already tho pupils and teachers
alike are beginning to enjoy in
anticipation their well earned ya-
oation. At tho Christian church next
Sunday morning Elder Shane
will preach on "Change of
Heart." At night his subject
will be: " God's Attitude Toward
Mrs. Tom Talbot left Monday
for Corpus Christi to attend the
Federation of "Women's Clubp,
being a delegate from the club
here. She took Tom along with
her, and as Mrs. Hightower tqok
Will with her, it is presumed the
boys" will have a time fishing.
W. G. Smith sells bread made
by "lonn, the baker, lormeny in
money will buy. Eyery leather and every
from $5 and $6
A car of Stayer, buggies
Ltid surries. All high grade
utd am prepared to make
you some of the closest
prices that has ever been
made on vehicles in Bart-
lett, and so it will pay yoi
to get my prices on stoves,
furniture and cotton hoes.
The ladies of the Christian
ohurch gave ice cream supperB
two nights this week from which
they realized a neat sum.
E. W. Hutohens, who reoontly
sold his farm, will leavo soon for
Southwest Texas for the benefit
of his daughter's health. He
first contemplated going to Cal-
ifornia. The Tribune hopes his
daughter will be restored to
W. H. Walton and family have
moved into their new quarters,
where they will conduct a first
class boarding house. Thebuild-
ind is located close in, has ten
commodious rooms, with all mod-
ern conveniences, buohahouse
is a valuable adjunct to our town.
You can see him at Montgom-
ery's stable, It will pay you.
OUR pEH0BI I
Mere to Stsy.
We are in the busi-
ness to stay. We want
your grain. Our deal-
ings are square and
highest market price
vill be paid. See us
before selling your
grain. Duncan & Mes-
ser. Postmaster J. D. Bell is a del-
egnte from the Tenth Congress-
ion. 1 district to tho National Re-
publican league, which meets ia
Philadelphia June 17 in celebra-
tion of tho 50th anniversary of
the organization of the republi-
Mrs. Chas.'McGinnis is on the
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Cates, R. F. The Bartlett Tribune (Bartlett, Tex.), Vol. 21, No. 2, Ed. 1, Friday, May 4, 1906, newspaper, May 4, 1906; Bartlett, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth49337/m1/7/: accessed May 19, 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.