The Bartlett Tribune (Bartlett, Tex.), Vol. 21, No. 2, Ed. 1, Friday, May 4, 1906 Page: 8 of 10
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ii WE PROTECT OUR
We furnish our
amount of each purchase, also an
itemized statement of each purchase
in order to do a correct business.
You are requested to keep these
tickets and compare them with our
monthly statement, in order that we
may correct any error such as do
occur sometime in the best regulat-
ed business houses. We hope to
merit your patronage by honesty, f
PONDER a BAILEY, Grocers. I
The building boom oontinuoa
Hugh Server o Dallaa -was
here this week.
Dp. Reed of Temple was a
Bartlett visitor Monday.
B. A, Hutchens was a county
court juror at Belton this week.
Mrs. C. E. Lane returned from
a visit to Chilton Saturday.
Henry Leueke made a business
trip to Temple Saturday.
J. V. Morris Esq. attended the
Fifth'Sunday meeting at Flor-
onco, If you need anything in the
grocery line don't for get Hintz
H. E. DanghErty spent Sun
day with his parents in the coun-
try. Two cars of Joe Moon and
John Deere buggies at Wilson
The little son of Mr, f.nd Mrs.
R- S. Thompson was quite sick
Commisoioner Gardner was
here last Saturday looking after
the'roads of Williamson county.
Wanted 500 bushels bright
sacked oats at once, 35 c per bu.,
by Denton & Lawrence.
Largest lot of fine jewelery
ever shown in Bortlett, now at
Mrs. C. E. Lane returned faat-
urday from a visit to her mother
X I T Lands For Sale.
In any sized tracts lo- 55 per
acre, 1-4 casn, balance on 1, 2, 3
and 4 years, at 6 per cent interest.
Title perfect. Call on or write
E. F. CONNEL,
Mrs. J. A. Stockton visited in
Granger last "Wednesday.
E. A. Hutohens and Henry
Lueoke went to Temple Wed-
nesday on land business.
.1. J. Puddy will continue as
meat cutter at the Bridges mar-
ket, now owned by S. H. Matt-
hews, Messrs. 1 P, Turner, W. M.
Cannon and S. E. Whitlow re-
turned Saturday from the Con-
federate reunion weary and foot-
sore. There will be regular services
next Sunday morning and after-
noon at the German Methodist
ohurch, South, by the pastor,
T, P. Robinson has recently
purchased 150 colonies of bees
from Southwest Texas. Mr. j
Robinson has a fine apiary, and
it is a paying investment.
Geo. Hair, the enterprising gin
man, has moved into town, and
is occupying Capt. J. R. Shults
residence, just north of the Slaw-
S. E. Whitlow, Ike Turner and
W. M, Cannon returned Satur-
day from the Confederate re-
union at New Orleans, where
they report haying a Tine time,
J. F. MatthiB returned Satur-
day from Alabama, where he
Mr. White, of the Jenkines &i went several days ago with his
Conner mwrKet, visited nome
f oiks at Davilla Sunday.
The Farmers' Union of this
district meets in Bartlett before
third Sunday in each month.
Mrs. Morris of Taylor visited
her daughter, Mrs. May, the past
week, returning homo Saturday,
Paul Folk visited in Taylor the
past week. He is engaged with
the Houston Ice & Brewing Co.
Graphophones at prices and
terms to suit you. Buy one now.
Tom Zrubek of near Granger
was hero Saturday on business
nd subscribed for the Tribune.
There wiil bo a grand ball on
May 10 at Stanley Hall, to which
all are cordially invited. Good
music by the band.
For 'Sale Second-hand horse
power thresher, wheat binder,
stalk cutter, and set of farm im-
plements. Apply to P. G. Kelso
W."A. Douglas,.on Route No.
1, Holland, joined the Tribune's
Jare list of rtaders the past
k Harry RogerB ws here Satur-
day from Rogers Ho ordered
ih" Tribune in order that he
h,mi8ht gptjOijIfa newa from Bart-
wife, whose mother was quite ill,
and is yet at the point of death.
Bro. J. F. Sulliyan of Flatonia,
who is here representing the New
York Life insurance Co., reports
that ho iB doing a fairly good
business. He ropresenta a good
Mrs. J, W. Hightower, accom-
panied by Mr. Hightower, attond
ed a meeting of the Fifth District
Federation Women's Clubs which
convened in Corpus Christi this
week. Mrs. Hightower is a mom
ber of the committee on rules
Mr. Reid of Elgin, who pur-
chased the Leathorman drug
store, arrived here Monday and
took charge of same. Mr. Reid
is an experienced druggist and
comes highly recommended as
1 will sen you Ked lop cane
seed at 1.10 cents per bu,, am
ber cane-seed at 90 cents per bu.,
millet seed ati per bu., will buy
your produce at highest market
price for cash or trade. Don't
fail to bring me your eggs if you
want cash for them. A complete
stock of groceries ahvays on hand
as cheap as the cheapest.
?J.;M. Roebuck of Prairie Doll
waa here Wednesday on busi-
ness. A, K. Weloh and" brother of
Prairie Doll woro Bartlett visit-
FOR SALE A good milch
cow and young calf. Cow is half
Jersey. Apply to J. J. Corley,
R. F. D. 3, Box 75.
Mrs. Joe Barnhart, who now
lives in Childress, had the mis
fortune a few days ago to get one
of her arms broken. Thopartic
ulars were not obtained by the
Mr. and Mrs. Owen, who had
been visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. A.
Stiles, returned to their homo in
Ft. Worth Monday.
G. H. Book of Corn Hill waa
here Monday on business. He
haa listed his farm with Kollman
& Gates to sell. Anyone want-
ing a good homo will do well to
Mrs J. J. Gilbert sold last
month 75 pounds of butter at 15
cents a pcund; 180 gallons of
milk at 10 oonta a gallon; , 140
dozen eggs at 10 oenta a dozen.
A total of 543.25 worth of nro-
duce. W. M. Thompson returned Sat-
urday from the grand lodge
Knighta of Pythiaa at Galveston.
He reports that in many respects
it" was the greatest meeting in
the history of the Grand Lodge
The horse of Bro. Mueller,
pastor of the German M. E.
Church, South, is badly crippled
from a wire out, and if the pastor
doesn'tjget around in the.country
to see you, remember what the
H, A. W. Jenkines is in receipt
of a letter from his" brother in
San Jose, Cal., etating that they
wero safe from the earthquake
and that a brother in San Fran-
cisco was also safe. Mr. Jenk
ines waa quite uneasy until he
heard from there.
D. W. Joiner, who ia now liv
ing in Indian Territory, was here
this week on a visit to his brother,
B. F, Joiner. For the past six
years Mr. Joiner has been over
a good portion of the globe, hay-
ing been in the Phillipine Islands
Mr Chas. Keilehor, who, ac-
compained by his wife, haa just
returned from a visit to Child
ress county, speaks in glowing
terms of the progress of thataeo-
tion within the past year or two.
He Bays that land ia rapidly ad
vancing in price; that which
could be bought a few yeara ago
at 85 per acre is now going atJ
S10 and S12. The grain crop ia
fine and everybody ia happy over
the conditiona that exist there.
Mrs. Younger, who for the
past season has had charge of
the millinery establishment at J.
M. Allen's, returned Tuesday
from MoKinney, whero a f6w
days ago she was called on ac-
count of tne illness and death of
her uncle, Mr. Jessie Shain, a
a very wealthy oititizen of Mo
Kinney. The ostato of deceased
is ostimnted at 3750,000, and, in
"his will ho bequeathed Mrs.
Younger, his niece, the hand-
some sum of $10,000, besides a
certain per cent of the estate
after all bis bequests had been
paid. Mrs. Younger'a many
friends here are glad to learn
that she was remembered. Mrs,
Howell, mother of Mrs, Younger,
and a sister of deceased, receives
SSU.ouu. Mrs. xoungor wju je-
turn to her home in MoKinney
Monday and, aocompained by
I hT mother, wilt visit in Ala-
..COURIER HAL, 2:21..
:: Registered in American Trotting Register No. 0549.
' Standard Pacing Horse Breeders Co. No. 486.
:: ....Sired by Brown Hal, Record 2:12 l-2..
Brown Hal, 2:12 1-2, pacing, and 2:22 trotting; is the cftan ; ; u
! ! pion pacing speed sire of the world, haying more colts m th ' ' "
'.'. 2:10, 2:15, 2:20 and 2:26 than any pacing sire living, or dead. '. '.
.. TT 1 T TJ.l - J ... -! t . 1 t
., rie fcircu ay auiu jiui, mm icui aiic ui extreme speca, navine a.
sired Brown Hal, 2:12 1-2, Little Brown Jug, 2:11 1-4, HaI X
Pointer 2:04 1-2, and several others in the list. He by Kifcfc-
r rcll, Tcni H all; 1 e ty lark's Tom Hal; lie by Bald Stocking; ;
;; he by anad ian Tom Hal; all were great sires and fine sad- "
;; dlers. Brown Hal, 2:12 1-2, sired btar Pointer, 1:59 "4, " -
73 others in 2:25 or better. - , ', Z,
Courier Hal's first dam is Maudina; she was sired by Bay
t Tom Jr., 2:30, the sire of about 15 standard performers. JVIau ; ;
dina is the dam oi Courier Hal 2:21, Miss Husc, 2:19 1-4; an -
Empire Hal; 2:15 1-4, Courier Hal paced a full mile in 2J2jf : Z
at 2-year-old. All the above colts were sired by Blown Hal .
His second dam, Maud, was sired by Pat Maloeehe by Mo- ;
hawk; he by Jos. Iardy's Codpe Bottom. All good sires aatli ; ;
fine saddlers. Maud is the dam of Hal Lanp (3 j ears oldj ; r,
2:26 1-2, Cleburne, trial, 2:09 i-4and Dot, trial 2:18. His 3rd "
dam was Betty, a very fine Kentucky marc and was the dara, i
of Duplex 2:17 1-4, the sire of 23 some oft them as follows? ! I
Reflector 2:07 3-4, Hellena Duplex 2:08 i-2; Evangeline zo.
1-4; Starplex 2iio 1-4; Lee Ward 6:14 1.4; Complex 2:14 lr4,.J
and 17 others,
Courier Hal" was bred by M. C. Campbell, Spring H1I Z
Tenn., was foaled June 22, 1893, is a strong well shaped horse,, J
16 1-4 hands high, weighs 1250 pounds, is a dark bay witk J J
black points. He has a pacing record of 2;2i; has pace cT ' "
quarters in 31 seconds a 2:04 gait. He does not wear hobble, '
gait is natural. In a race at Taylor, Texas, July 4, 1901, he-
after a season of 60 mares, went heats at 107 and i!o8, beat- ' I
ing a field of five other horse easy was run into and had his J
front leg broken. Good judges who saw him race say he could Z
taken a record of 2J10 or better in the fall ii he had not been 5
hurt was a level-headed and game horse. Like all Hals, he -is
a good saddle horse, going all the gaits; will make a grand '
stock horse; he breeds large, gentle, sensible colts; all of them '. Z
will go saddle gaits and from his natural and extreme speed ; J
and extra good breeding on both sides, he will be sure to site ", "
race horses. . jf
COURIER HAL, 2:21 will stand for public service $13.50 $
payable at time of service or 15 on time. Money refunded if jr
mare iaus 10 gee wun ioai aunng season, will make season 4
at Bartlett. Stock shown and questions answered cheerfully,
1 lorn was sired by Al .Noble 2:10 3-4 pacing and 2:30 trot- -
ting, and is a large handsome horse. Tom;s dam was an im- ; -
pui itu uiaij mat uuu a. uiaui ui ,iy l- patlll. XUIII puCCS, ' -
irois unu lux-irois. vvuen imoiuns oia ne pacea one-eigma
of a mile in fifteen (is) seconds a two-minute gait.
a mahogany bay, 45 hands, 3 inches high, weighs 1050, has
black joints and long heavy tail. He will serve a few gped 3"
mares at 13 50" and $1$. If mares fail to get with fold money j' .
rciunucu. xuni inouic anu courier iiai, 2:21, can De lounct
back of Bennet & Overby Livery Stable
He m 3T
ED BOLDING, Owner.
. florgan -
$ I i' Wllfi 11IHMM1
e V tr- HKBnEniBKiKjBHiiH
The above named French
Morgan horse will make the
v season at mv ham. twri
, . . ., . -
miles north of Bartlett an
Bartlett and Holland road.
Best all purpose horse in the ;
country. Season 9 insured
OOOOw - JOOCOOOUDCrCOOUOOCa CKXCOO0CX0OOOOOOOO30OCXMdC
I haye purchased the aboye
named jack, from G. D. Hair
and will stand him at Ben-
net & Overby's stable at
Bartlett during 1906. Season
E. A. HUTCHENS
I will stand tin Talbot horse at
the stable of Bennett & Overby
during the season of 1906, jfio
insured, a JFxan Ovtrby,
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Made from handshucked se-
lect white corn. Aflkyour gro-
cer for CRYSTAL-' WHII,
made by Joe M. Holder, Taylor
Tftxtw. Evory saok guaranty.
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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/m1/8/: 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.