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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 27 April 1917

,o :(. mm gHParty EorEnlre Noiw bjp Mrs. RtflftiH. -0. Mrs. Clvdn RudasIU gave 11 patriotic party to the Entre Nous Club on last Friday after- noon, the National Colors being cariod throughout. Tiny flags were used for scores and the table covers were white with deep border of red and a small kfte& for the conter. Those pres ent besides tne regular memoers wore : Mesdames Chas. Leavell, Daniel. of El- Paso, J. I. Hunger, Joe Knight, J. W. Harlan, Jno. Law rence. Rudasill, Victor Moore i .and Grosse, and Miss Sallie Belle David. The games were unusually exciting. Mesdames Slawson, Wacker and Harlan winning high score. ' - The dainty refreshments were expressive of the exquisite taste arid charm of the hotess. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Slawson. Reporter. o Whatsoever Circle Entertained. "The Wliatsoever Circle" was delightfully entertained at the beautiful and hospitable home of Mrs. F. T. Stockton Monday afternoon, in honor of her neice, Miss Mary Cole. As usual the prog...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 4 May 1917

BatiMf 5 x- - e AND N JEW S BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDAY, MAY 4, 1917. R, P. CTES, Editor and Prop. $1.00 Year. ' VOL. XXXI. No. 48 hf 'V f. m NEW BRICK BUILDING.. .. FOR BARTLETT SOON. On Monday of this week, -Lawrence Bros., let thr contract to Bristow & Slough, of Temple, for the Construction of a brick building on the lot next to the Masonic hall, which be used by Mr. A. B Dozier as a garage. The building will be 27 x 100 feet and modern in every re- spect. Southwestern Has May Fete. Georgetown, Texas, May 2. Sven thousand persons from all parts of Texas saw Miss Hazel Davis, of Corsicana, crowned Queen of the May festival at Southwestern University last night. The annual May Fete was concluded today in the audi- torium of the University, where Dr. C. M. Bishop, president of the University; Dr. H. A. Shands, of Houston, and Pro- fessor Wesley Peacock, of Pea- cock Military Academy, of San Antonjo, delivered addresses. Among the prominent visitors here for the M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 4 May 1917

SfcjtfJHI MMWMMWWWWfW h'i i-t4 EC K6e TRIBUNE and NEWS II I HI"-"T" " ''"' " " Friday, May 4. 1917 lft"li. IV ing Stock is In Demand. "It takes an unusual smart man to speak seven languages but it takes a smart one to re- main silent ni one. Bell county is renowned far jijkI wide as a record-breaker. Here's another: J. Q. Thomp- son owns a ewe that Wednes- day morning gave birth to a lamb that weighed 19 and 3-4 pounds. Troy Enterprise. The enthusiasm with which one goes to work tells in ad- vance what success he may meet with in the end. Enthusiasm is contagious, and if you are full of it you will inspire those around you and find it easy to get results. Remember you can ncrt eat cotton, neither can you feed it to horese or hogs. Even should a bale of cotton bring a pile of money and there is no food to buy, what will the money be wox-th to you ? Of course a rea- sonable cotton crop should be produced, but don't neglect the more important crops of food ind feed stuff. -Grandview Tr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 4 May 1917

Jr-V rf rrw i.i. wi.i jn im 4,i.A. SELECTIVE CONSRIPTION IS HERE EXPLAINED. Have Your Car PREPARED FOR SERVICE Spring is here and a long season of service is before your car. Continued us,e has had effect on your car-on engine, tires, and' body. To get the best possible servcie this summer have your car OVERHAULED AND REPAIRED We are prepared to do this for you, and will undertake to turn your car out practicalln good as Give it a chance. That's all it asks of you new. fair play. It can't give good service with dis abled parts, any more than you can. We guar- antee the workmansihp on every job that leaves our door. Bartlett Motor Inn Next door to postoffice SAM YOUNG, Manager. The Garage of Satisfactory Service Married at Salatlo. o Mr. F. Lewellyn Hickman, a popular young farmer of near Florence, and Miss Mabel Den- nis, a popular teacher in the Jar- rel High School, went to Salado last Saturday, where they were united in marriage. These young folks have many admiring friends throu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 4 May 1917

wt i 1 ' m a jf ' 1 " 9 1 .JlHiiy She TRIBUNE and NEWS Friday, May 4. 1917 Farmers of the county are un- doubtedly co-operating with the Government in planting a max- imum of feed and a minim um of cotton. American farmers are , patriotic and are always quick- est to respond to the call for army service. Now, that they are called upon to plant big crops of feed arid food and as- sured that these very crops will bring them more money than cotton, they have a double rea- son for doing the patriotic thing. Resolutions of Respect. Town people and wage earn- ers are to bear the hardest part in the war, so far as this coun- try is concerned. People who can raise everything they eat will be somewhat disturbed but they will not reach the point of real dishtress. With the poor people of the cities it will be a struggle to keep the wolf from the door. Temple housewives are pre- paring to do their part in the great economy campaign that will sweep the country as a re- sult of the war situation...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 4 May 1917

wyrrtpf l. -; 7 " ?i , HAUTAUQUA Starts in Bartlett On Thursday Buy a Season Ticket and Save Money The great program of Patriotism, EntertaLinment and happiness i- '-rrw. fwosfrj "rawsK.3i?raT Mrr ' wvij) -- T&e KiLLARM&Y GIRLS 9 who eometochautaugua Coorado,s woman Senator, who speaks at Chautauqua HEAR The Means Anderson Company, Hear Schildkret's Orchestra, Hear The Harmony Glee Club, Hear Dean C. Button. See the Melting Pot, the great American Drama, See Ethel Hirvton, Hear Chancellor Geo. H. Bradford, Hear O. D. McKeever. See the Killarney Girls. Hear Lairant (EL Company, Hear Alton Packard, Hear Nels'iDarlmg. t,mmm, i i i HEARD AT THE GAYETY As a thirst quencher it's the best drink obtainable. As a health tonic it's rec- f ommended by physicians. Alamo Beer is best because it's scientifically brewed and prop- erly aged. Order it by name ony. Have a Case Sent Home. LONE STAR BREWING ASS'N. San Antonio, Texas. , L. HAVELKA, Agent. W0 jm TKY a. I (Jfii ' PROOF CORSETS ' j...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 4 May 1917

--2-BP HAT d yu d r- '.A I. !,' end Palm Beech Time Let us have your suit just to prove that we know our business. GOOD WORK PROMPT DELIVERY. PHONE 130 Home Laundry We Wash Every Day THE UNIVERSAL CAR For the pleasure tour Jin her own car of cozy comfortableness, the Ford Sedan is the ideal motor car for women, inall weathers. Simple and easy to drive, and the economy of opera- tion and maintenance about two cents a mile means luxury with sure money-saving. The price of the Sedan is $645, Coupelet $505, Town Car $595; Touring $360, Runabout $345 all f. o. b. Detroit. Leave your order with us today, Bartlett Garage ri?- Just Received NEW SHIPMENT OF Beautiful White Lace, Milan and Leghorn Hats ALL SPRING MILLINERY AT REDUCED PRICES At LESLIE'S Mrs. C P. Hawkins London's oldest1 irish relic Sw History of Stone In Coronation Chair Can Do Traced Back for Many Centuries. The oldest Irish historical relic in London in the stone belieed to bo the "fiiu Full" in the coronation chair in West...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 4 May 1917

u. . Locals and personals Mr and Mrs. D. D. Fnirchild, hlham Fnirchild and Miss 'auline McGowan, of Nashville, ifenn., wore visitors to the May fete at Georgetown Tuesday. E. L. Hardin and family, and iRobert Itowntre and family, vis- lited Georgetown Tuesday. G. D. Montgomery and fam- fily visited i-elatives in George town Tuesday and witnessed the May fete at Southwestern. Mesdames Jno. Wacker and Power, Messrs. Forrester, Drue ' and Bun Scales and Felix Leslie motored to Georgetown Tuesday and attended the May fete at S. M. U. Mr. W. K. Bailey, of Texas Ci- ty, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Powers the past week. When in need of Fruit jars, fruit jar caps or rubbers, re- member that our store is head- quarters. We have a large and complete stoqk of these items. Prices reasonable. The Gersback-Wacker Co. Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Powers are the guests &f relatives in Moody this v k-k. Mrs. lowing, of Celete, is the guest of Mrs. N. D. Serber. Mrs. George Ilemppi and lit- tle son...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 4 May 1917

auy tmmLtmmeimiimtmmmmiinmHiuimmmmm0mmmmmMmmmmm l t "1 Sffifflfiy TPTfffff f MEDICINES , All '.Patent Medicines handled by as are under the direct supervision of the Pure Food and Drug Act of the United States, Condra &? Blair "2T, ftexall Store" Bartlett, - Texas Full Line of Medicines LOCALS and PERSONALS J. L. Powell this week piu- ehased the Joe Elam residence, located on Clark street. "Uncle" Joe Daniel left Wed- nesday for Shawnee, Okla., where he will visit relatives and friends. Woodie Rowntree left Tues- day for Austin, where he will take the examination for enlist- ment in the army. Ira Hardin, Will Jenkins, Ar- thur Eice left Tuesday for Fort Sam Houston to enlist for Un- cle Sam. Bun Scales left for Waco Tues-day to enlist in the army. Say' That floor looks rough around that Art Square. I can make it match it. W. R. Hor- ton, the painter-man. Mr. and Mrs. 0. E. Faubion returned Saturday from a pleas- ant outing at Medina Dam. They were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Fra...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 4 May 1917

ps" Jl JLH iB The Unusual Conditions That Are Now Confronting the American Nation Makes it Necessary That the Farmers, Who Would Assist the Government, Grow More Feed and Foodstuffs. Plant Something Besides Cotton. On account of the heavy drain on food supplies that will be made upon the United States during this year, we have been asked to write through the press or by personal let- ter an appeal to our farmers and implore on them the necessity of raising more food and feeds for men and beast. We wish to take this means of addressing you and ask that you read this letter and do your best to raise food crops and urge others to do likewise. In a personal appeal to the citizens of the United States by our beloved President, Woodrow Wilson, he says the supreme test of the Nation has come. We must all speak, act and serve together. He appeals to every class of citizen to be economical in every way and to get the most out of his line of business that will help the Nation in this time of ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 4 May 1917

'i wtfMfftMHttMfftftMMvMMtyQMW - ' mf i -m " iu. Now Than At Any Time in 40 Years MBMHMBMBM1HHMMMII On an average you buy around 6oc worth merchandise as compored to four years ago. Next week we will increase the purchasing power of your dollar to almost ioo cents. We have the goods in plenty, while on some lines the supply is short, and eare lang you must pay almost twice what some goods can be bought from us today. s We are often asked by many wholesalers, why we continue to sell our goods at a less figure than same goods can be bought from them on the present market, THAT'S OUR BUSINESS, all we want is a fair profit on investment, we buy for CASH and. SELL FOR CASH. We have no bad accounts, we have nothing that way, naturally we sell for less. SMALL PROFITS QUICK SALES, OUR MOTTO! Are We Doing The I hsnir i in i V DRESS GOODS Gingham 12 l-2c Imperial Chambry 15 and 20c Dress Linen 25 and 50c Kimono Crepe 25c Underwear Crepe, yellow, light blue and pink -... 35c White Underwear, c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 11 May 1917

MUflU ' AND, NEWS je m v . H F. CATES, Edito7aPr6p. " "" " B ARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 11, 1917. $1.00 Year, VOL. XXXI. No, 49 HE CHAUTAUQUA OPENED YESTEUUAX WOMAN QUALIFIES AS SCHOOL TRUSTEE. Tim RnrHof.t. ChautailClua, Ull- Im. tVin nnanirns bf the Ladies pub, opened yesterday after- ftioon, with a largo niienumice, tinftwifViafjiriflinor the threaten ing rain, and was given-n splcn- Mid start on the roaa to compile success. TVm fivjif norformance was by Bliss Rita Rich and her troup Comprising The Killarney uins, who started the enthusiasm in 1 Bartlott as was never started Ibefore and which we trust win continue to grow as the years roll on. The theme of then- performance was Ireland and each number on tneir spienuiu program was typically Irish, as the name of their company would indicate. Their songs, leadings, impersonations, violin And piano duets and solos; In fact every number rendered was a tnasterpiece and the audience was captivated. Many were Vimvrl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 11 May 1917

!$t mrT- p-jiwmjwoj ") nnd NFWS Friday, May 11. 1917 About the but mmr a man can make tfoiv pomjr into the army, is spiritual preparedness. Two things are quite essential since the war has started, and that is for the people to pro- duce wore and be more econom- ical with what they produce. Any one who will take advan- tage o the war condition to fat- ten his purse is worse than a train robber. Yet such char- acters are doing somo "hellish work in this line. Liscn girls, if you want to perform an act of real patriot- ism, turn down the fellow who wants to marry you so as to keep him out of war. By doing this you will also be doing your- self a good turn, for the fellow who would thus turn down his country in time of need would hot hesitate to desert a wife when she could least spare him. The government is going to be compelled to step in and reg- ulate the price of food stuffs unless those who handle such products after they get out of tli possession of the producers are most consid...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 11 May 1917

"7"TT Vj. 4w ;-' .,. i 1 1 ' . LUl'JT MR. DUNNAM TO RUN FOR STATE SENATE. h '' ' 11- ,' - ' j- c, i! ' ' .' .. ' i-.- ; r ' .'' r'. ',:)..'- .' h i i Have Your Car PREPARED FOR SERVICE , Spring is here and a long season of service is before your car. Continued use has had effect on your car -on engine, tires, and body. To get the best possible serycie this summer have your car OVERHAULED AND REPAIRED We are prepared to do this for you, and will undertake to turn your car out practicalln good as new. Give it a chance. That's all it asks of you -faij- play. It can't give good service with dis- abled par,ts, any more than you can. We guar- antee the workmansihp on every job that leaves our door. ( lofcor Inn Next door to postoffice SAM YOUNG, Manager. The Garage of Satisfactory Service Bartletf M BELL COUNTY FARRIERS GOIN FOR VEGETABLES Temple, Tex., May 5. Headed by Temple business men, Bell county is being organized lor production of larger food and feed supplies. Community or- ganiz...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 11 May 1917

i J w. V ''ffltW L.tiV .'f" .M 'V.K-C V" v. UUUWUfllMWllMljUWIM"WMp yWBI 8Hb9 V u Rt3rq W$e3S$w. frt "CLEAN UP AND PAINT UP" SWING into line with the sqirit of Springtime; take a tip from old Mother Nature. Maybe your house would look better with a coat of Ipaint; or possibly the fence, outbuilding or :creens seem a little dingy in the bright spring sunshine. How about your floors? Are they showing heel marks? And has some of the furniture been scratched up? Painting or varnishing will not only. beautify, it will make the wood last so much longer that it's! actually cheaper to paint than not. Paint fillsthe cracks and holes where germs, lurk, makes for sanitation. Spring calls for Paint. Heed the call of Spriug! The Best Place to Buy Paint We have all kinds of paints, varnishes and brushes, at the most reasonable prices. Drop in and look them over. Fairchild Lumber Co. Bartlett, Texas 1 'She TRIBUNE and NEWS Friday, May 11, 1917 The attention of the Tribune readers is called to the ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 11 May 1917

t i-gf "-fTB ' ,Jin-fl, - , MT 1 'JL ' i 0.1 ' QUICK Clothes left at our shop at 9:30 a. m, will be delivered same day. Special attention given Palm Beach and Ladies' Clothes. Phone LOCALS and PERSONALS I PERKINS Jhe Tailor j Jesse Moore, of Fort Worth, is here, the guest of his sister, Mrs. Joe B. Knight. Four Cars " of good hay "on hand at Rowntree Bros. Hy Moore, of Temple, is here, the guest of his daughter, Mrs. , Joe B. Knight. Four Cars of good hay on hand at Rowntree Bros. 0. R .Cline made a business trip to Lometa this week. E. C. Hempel, .of Dallas, was here this week on a visit to his parents; Four Cars of good hay on hand at Rowntree'Bros. Henry Krnavek, of Theon,' was here the past week on bus- ' iness, and made the Tribune a pleasant call. Mrs. J. E. Peitzsch Avent to Marlin this week to be with Mr. Peitsch, whom we are glad to report is somewhat-improved. Four Cars of good hay on hand at Rowntree Bros. , Mrs. E. T. Jones and Miss Virgie Bell were Holland visi- tors We...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 11 May 1917

HI , jp-ftlV "m y MEDICINES All '.Patent Medicines handled by as are under the direct supervisionj)f the Pure Food and Drug Act of the United States, Cond oixara & Blai air "Uho ftexall Store" Bartlett, - Texas I i Full Line or Medicines LOCALS and PERSONALS Oscar Morrison, of Tulia, was here this week on a visit to his brother, Robert, and family. LeRoy Lindcmann is at home for a few days, from Oklahoma A. and M., where he is in school. FOR SALE: Potato slips for 25 cents per hundred or ?2i50 per 1000.. You need not come on Sunday. G. L. Barfield, 1 mile E. of Davilla. Elder M. O. Daly, of Florence, was here Monday enroute to his home from Houston, where he had been on business. Say! That floor looks rough around that Art Square. I can make it match it. W. R. Hor- ton, the painter-man. Tom Sexton, of Tulia, was here this week on a visit to friends and relatives before go- ing to Leon Springs, where he has enlisted for training as an officer. X handle wall paper and sam- hnoks. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 11 May 1917

, - c i"tw rtf 'Tl '" Twpr1 nun . r Dtt. VOL REED HAS NOT LOST FAITH. 7fnucii;.i m&.yei surtnuti to. F'fho Dr Vol Reed, banker, planter, politician and an all round good fellow, of Holland, was in the city Monday from Cameron, on his way home, speaking of the doruth, the doctor said: "I re- member a few years ago I was assisting a friend of mine from Temple to go to Washington, it wasjibouttho first of May when Islarred my work, I carried my -hot gun and could see Plover in I'vor.v direction, the drouth had ijfonfe-.an us causing the farmers fneasiness and vegetation L'y small, about the fif- of May we received one finest rains and afte that, wc made a fine grain crop and lots of cotton. I am not uneasy yet, while the vegetation needs vain, 1 have seen worse, we will eome out all right." The doctor voars ago. "Coll county can promise more and do less and can promise less and do more than any county in the state," and he is of that same opinion in this case. , We are with the vlo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 11 May 1917

!ka!TT t en mwm HlfeiM f B! wis 01 iMThd iiw ,; on "The Mo Baptist Association. f Ladle of, the Salado 13 up- As.soriation met iii an All session, Friday May 4th, in t( first uapiisi cmu-cii, ui FBhrtlptt. J. R. Nutt, f Belton, Jnt of the Society, called ting to order at 9 :30 a. She words of welcome wore Mrs. L. L. Leggett. C. Edwards led the iions, renting as a scripiuru ii, no. iz. . "ry able addresses were giv- by Mrs. A. B. McGarity, of Mrs. Poindexter, of Tem- id the address of Mrs. By- Waco, on Sunbeam work, unusual interest. ladies of the home church iropared a splendid box leh?on, putting lunch for two in each box so that each had a jartner. In the afternoon, reports from die vanqus auxiliaries snoweu l)od work. !ln the-absence of Mrs. Eh looro Townsentts. oi .tsayior FColleirertBelton, Mrs. Cochran ttsvvmai frood address rfftttdffife'jlSan Fund." W'Thg .atlHress by fllrs. Davis, pjjjf' granger, was very much en- joyeci oy an. The The l-easonable service Lpf the local auxil...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 18 May 1917

'll&r he C4-Jk JrJl'Jv AND NEWS R. P. CATES, Editor and Prop. BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1917. $1.00 Year. VOL. XXXI. No, 50 12' JP JrJP WTl'Jl' tt mm m 92.000 TEXAS FARMS ARE WITHOUT A COW. MOTHER'S DAY WAS. OBSERVED HERE Texarkana. Ark.. May 15. More than 92,000 farms in Texas arc without a cow, 164,00 with- out a hog and more than 60,000 without poultry, while Texas annually is sending out of the State for more than $10,000,000 worth of butter and $62,000,000 worth of meats. These figures were contained in the report of O. C. Waller, of Fort Worth, of the live stock, poultry and dairy committee of the Farmers Union, of Northeast Texas, read before the Farmers Union Con- vention of four States Texas, Arkansas, Louisiana and Okla- homa here this afternoon. It was argued that the figures demonstrated the need of in- creasing consumption of South- ern food to meet demands of war. The farmers adopted a resolu- tion calling on the secretary of agriculture t...

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