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

w T3he TRIBUNE and NEWS ' V A- The Welworth is the Nationally Favored $2.00 Blouse "Tho foundation of our national policy will bo laid in tho pure and immutable principles of private mor- ality." Gcorgo Washington's First Inaugural Address. Tho timo is liable to come when tho artesian well will not supply tho de- mand for water in Bartlctt, and then what? A pretty good motto is "Safty First," and it might bo a wise idea for our city authorities to begin casting about for another well. Bartlott Tribune. You are right, Catcs. "Safety First" is a good motto. If prohibi- tion carries in Williamson county your people will probably need moro wnter, as tho "water wagons" may be loaded down. Polk County Enterprise. FRIDAY. AUGUST 10. "The man who docs not givo his fullest co-operation to his country in this hour will cllo unhappy." Wood- row Wilson, President of tho United States. "This flag, which we honor and un- der which we serve, is an emblem of our unity, our powor, our thought and pu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 10 August 1917

i Harry Lindemann passed tho exam- ination in San Antonio and was as- signed n position in tho post ofllce department at Camp Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. C. C? Edward and family will loavc today for Lampasas to spend a few days enjoying camp life. Equip your Automobile with Maximum Red Inner Tubes and forget blowouts. Condra & Blair. SANITARY! That word "Sanitary" is probably the worst overstocked term in modern and common use today. Close behind it are those other words: "Efficiency" and "Conservation." AND YET Mr. T. L. Temple, day superintend- ent of the oil mill, was a visitor in Scaly Wednesday. Dave Zwcig is in Santa Anna, on business, this week. g&f iff " We use the description '"Sanitary" in connection -J with our Chewing Gym If anything in the world OUGHT to be CLEAN it is the Gum we take into and retain in our Mouths. M Where "Packing House Products got their first and strongest hold on Public Confidence was in the opening of Every Department of their packeries to Public ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 10 August 1917

f.' f '''""Bf7 'i-vr.r ttlmniJ.ttLiniiinmwuiiniimMnrii GULF EFINING CO. I now have the agency for the Gulf Refining Co., and am pre- pared to furnish you Gasoline, Lubricating and Kerosene Oil in any quantity. See Me or Uncle Billie King. Mrs. Dartlctt Entertains. Mrs. Efflo Bartlctt delightfully en- tertained the Entro Nous Club last Tlmni)nv nftnrnnnn from 4 to 0 o'clock, Mrs. Lucas Rowntrco winning high score. Those enjoying Mrs. Bartlott's hos- pitality, besides the members of tho club, were as follow: Mesdamcs L. Rowntree, G. Lindcmann, Joe Mat- thews, S. II. Matthews, E. T. Jones, Schoflleld, II. Barton, of Temple, L. Mcwhinney, A. E. and Thco. AVilker- son, of Holland, J. uccse, ami misses Sallie and Ola Daniels, Allie Moore, t :...lnm.in Vniirlif. nnil Mntthews. The next meeting will be with Mrs. R. P. Gates, Aug. 17. o . Oscar Lange, Georgo Ware and Harry Lindcmann are in San An- tonio this week. Those new Fall Dresses. Get the the new things wiiuo tncy are new. Walton Dry ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 10 August 1917

-""Wlfw i 9 . v". -j. GOVERNOR VS. UNIV ' What in your Attitude tion? Thoro arc threo view which to consider tho qu i assuming that tho right; another is assuro university is right; thi take n miutrnl view. I fell sure that i voters will liavo to dot tion. Let's try to do Now in the time to In' i while the question is bt . Tory nnK,c lf wo r f' judgement, which of ' ' tioiicd view point w( to begin with? The article is to contend N6t that I would hi main neutral; but I will ngrea with mo t' starting point. A ,t . this position before sit upon any case. ry conscientious, 1- ib willing to do tho done this and com tho facts, wo are ii der a proper verd Now think it out Wo sometimes ac mcnt8 as being t oursolves whethc proven. Bill Jor liar. That docs j si tion. How can will prove that will admit that the situation. 7 friends make ir statements. Ft! do the same, i r they have pi Let us take no are proved, trial proceed? essential. Fir witnesses tha second, provi him. That's J2RSITY. in ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 10 August 1917

T, f T7tri?' m " " "ir ' '. " .j:.i ! " """j ' j: 'j ". i ' If c. 4 ARTICLES PERTAINING TO THE RED CROSS. Every Fraternal, Industrial and Civic Organization in Bartlctt Bhould bo a part of the Red Cross. Ar- rangements could bo mndo whereby each organization would be given individual recognition, and it would bo allowed to put its own distinctive insignia oh all containers of supplies picpaircd by it. The wool for one pair of sox, which f ate necessary for our boys in trench ; demands that sox of this quality bo used and the men are in urgent need of 800,000 pair, according to a letter . received at Templo lately. Ordina- ry soxs, such ns are worn in tho i South, are no protection in the rigors of a European winter. One person in every twenty-eight in Japan is a member of tho Red Cross. This makes a total memebor- ship of 1,890,000; and the resources of tho society exceed 015,000,000. By many, it is said, that tho Eastern Kingdom has the best Red Cross So- ciety in the world. But th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 17 August 1917

-S? f ,J mAL ' rji- . - , ? aw-- ,, , ,. -7 Fe0 o I ) AND NEWS I'. R. fr. GATES, Editor and Prop. BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 17, 1917. $1.00 Year. VOL. XXXII. No. 11 fcNmUIIM TENDERED ROAD MACHINES ARE DOING FINE WORK. RECEIVES FIRST PRIZE AT SAN SABA FAIR. WILLIAMSON COUNTY GRANGER BURGLAR TO HOLD ELECTION. MAKES GOOD HAUL. . EZELLE VISITS BARTLETT MONDAY. TO GOVERNMENT. m!S!l,TSSgSrr'MSSgprS3F-2SS.i!n' - ; ssrsv v jrt jar v ifcs k o Bolton, Tox., Aug. 12. Tho follow- ing dispatch, sent out from this city in tho Into weok, is aolf -explanatory: Bclton, Tex., Aug. 10, 1917. Newton D. Bakor, Secretary of War, Washington, D. C. Tho Board of trustees of the Bel- ton sanitarium instructed tho presi- dent of said board to tender tho use of tho Belton sanitarium and its equip- ment to your excellency for tho use of tho federal government of the United States during the present war. Wo haye one of the best equipp- ed little hospitals in tho south, and wo cordially t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 17 August 1917

J 15he TRIBUNE and NEWS FRIDAY, AUGUST 17. Voto for the amendment, Tuidny August 21. Two questions of tbo hour: "When will tho war end?" "Where is Bill Bryan? Keeping everlastingly at it brings auccoBB. Let's have a brick hotel in Bartlett. By the way, what do the citizens think about asking tho city council to cover the city reseivoir? Enough of the 2G cent cotton will make business hum. But it will take more than a bale to every fifteen or twenty acres to do tho work. Governor Ferguson borrowed some money nnd got into trouble, then he loaned some money and got into more trouble. Blessed is the man who has no money to loan or no credit to bor- row. Honey Grove Signal. Put a few drinks of whiskey in a speed Grazed owner of a tin Lizzifc and you have provided a menace to tho country that is equally as dan- gerous as the man armed with a gun, who starts out to slay for no other reason that the malice in his heart can only be satisfied by tho shedding of human blood. Unless the jurors ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 17 August 1917

T 'VTfF' -.nsrrfW"' tt -? i 'i ir" THOSE ACCEPTED WHO MADE NO CLAIM FOU EXEMPTION. THE LABOR SITUATION IN BELL COUNTY. 4 f iH The following: is tho list of those that passed tho physical examination in District No. 1, of Bell County, and who made no claims for exemption, and who have been accepted by tho board, their names have been certi- fied to thp district board: Tho local board is busy today work- ing on tho exemption claims: Joo McQueen, It 3, Holland. Hubert G. Pormentter, It 5, Moody. Ebratus II. Stcgall, Youngsport. Joseph A. Dusck, Holland. Thomas II Norman, Killcen. Albort W. Fricdrich, Bartlctt. Oscar E. Zcnkner, II 1, Holland. Walter Zenkner, Holland. Leo Collier, It 1, Moody. Coy F. Upshaw, Holland. Morris Tisdal, Holland. Austin Isbcl, R 2, Belton. James R. Waldrip, Belton. Robert R. Burton, Moffat. Harper Hunt. R 3, Bartlctt. Willie B. Thompson, Rogers. Shade Powers, Holland. Robert D. Wearden, Killcen. John H. Wells, Salado. Leslie T. Gill, R 4, Belton. Roy S. Spoon...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 17 August 1917

f ? MSaWUacMUBMN he TRIBUNE nnd NEWS in i i FRIDAY, AUGUST 17. It matters not whether it's a biff crop or littl6 crop, Bartlett will got her share of the cotton that is made. Don't forgot that. Really don't you think the city res- ervoir, tho large one the one into which tho water is pumped direct from tho wellshould bo covered, thereby protecting our drinking water? The Times ventures the assertion that no small city in Texas has a more progressive lot of business men than Yoakum, nor a more united bunch than is found in the Yoakum Commercial Club. Yoakum Times. You have some good ones, But Tho Tribune thinks Bartlett heads the list THE FARMERS' DUTY. At a special meeting of the state board of education held last week, the board fixed the por capita apportion- ment for the year 1917-18 at $7.50 por scholastic or pupil. Tho appor- tionment was made on the basis of 1,274,918 children of scholastic age in Texas, the ages being 7 to 17 years. Tho total appropriation for the scliol- asi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 17 August 1917

I --' TJ ' te J i r MBOTMNmnMMMmMQMI GULF REFINING GO. I nbw have the agency for the Gulf Refining Co., and am pre- pared to furnish you Gasoline, Lubricating and Kerosene Oil in any quantity. See Me or Uncle Billie King. MisscB Ella and Noln Bolding ac- companied by their cousin, Miss Myr- tlo Payne, went to Georgetown Wed- nesday for a few days with relatives. Mrs. Seasons and daughter, of Cameron, arc the guests of Mrs. W J. Montgomery. Icy-Hot Bottles, the very thing for you to take on that vacation. Condra & Blair. w 9 At BARRETT MOTOR INN fVr LOCALS AND PERSONALS Remember the band concert tonight Messrs. Sam P. Young and Oscar Lange, were in Austin, on business, yesterday. will Isaac who is working in Thorn dale was at home Sunday to see home folks. Edwin Lindemann was in Waco on business Tuesday. Dr. and Mrs. C. M. Blair and chil- dren left Wednesday for Columbus for a two weeks' visit with relatives. The Boy Scouts left yesterday for the river for a ten days' outing. o N...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 17 August 1917

t?" A largo crowd attended the band practice- Friday night on tho square. A nice program was rondered, which rHHNHHHHHHHMMHMHHHHHHfl SPECIALS AT THE LUMBERYARD We have 20 gallons of Sherwin-Williams White Paint that sells for $3.25 per gallon. Our (tT Cft Special Price on this lot is $&UJ About 5000 feet of Dressed Flooring in 10 feet length, only 10 cents a piece. We have several lots of lumber that we want to move and will make a very low price. Odd size Windows at less than cost. If there is any repairing you would like done, phone us for a carpenter. Remember that we have small cans of regular house paint for those little paint jobs, at 35 cents a can. "We are not pleased unless you are." Fairchild Lumber Co. PHONE NO. 3 wns enjoyed very much. The band boys intend to render a program ev- ery Friday night and all are invited uality ervice to come ami near tno music anu on- courago the boys as much as possible. Misses Virgio and Inez Bell re- turned homo Saturday, front a visi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 17 August 1917

A 17C CLAIMS FILED TWENTY- FOUR PER CENT TOTAL EX- AMINED FAILED TO PASS. Tho local exemption board Is busy completing its records and will begin coon passing upon claims for" exemp- tion. Ono hundred ahd soventy-slx exemption claims have been filed with tho board, it was stated yesterday evening. A summary of tho exami- nations givos tho following figures: Number of men notified to report for physical examination, 340. Number of men reporting for ex- amination, 304. Numbor of men found physically deficient, 87. Numbor of those notified to report for physical examination, who have volunteered and enlisted in tho army, 13. It Will bo found by a comparison of tho foregoing figures that the number found physically deficient is 28 2-3 per cent of the total number exam- ined by tho local board. When to thoso examined hero, however, there Is added tho 13 of the 340 summoned for examination who arc already en- listed, and who necessarily must hnve successfully passed tho army exam- ination...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 17 August 1917

i Dealers Wanted I We have some choice territory left in South- west, Texas on the famous Briscoe line of Automo- bilesthe car with the Half Million Dollar Motor This 1918 Briscoe at $725.00, factory, has 40 per cent more power, is fully equipped and is posi- tively one of the greatest values in the automobile world. A national campaign of advertising costing hundreds of thousands of dollars is just beginning. The Briscoe is backed by millions of dollars. In the near future you will be proud to say you had the foresight to contract for its sale. If you are a live wire dealer, write or wire for full parciculars. McDaniel Motor Gar Sales Go. Distributors, SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS ARTICLES PERTAINING TO THE RED CROSS. Retail Merchants' Association. Tho Retail Merchants' Association met Tuesday morning at nine o'clock in tho ofilco of E. C. Haeber. D. K. Leathorman presided. Twelvo mem- bora were present Matters of im- portance were discussed and' passed, upon. The meeting was an enthusi--ast...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 24 August 1917

7nWii witf""" ,-W r cf Jf " 'TWI' ', i' AND NEWS 1 tMf&m R. F. GATES, Editor and Prop. BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY. AUGUST 24, 1917. $1.00 Year. VOL. XXXII. No. 12 SOLDIER BOYS GIVEN TO ENFORCE BIRD LAW DR. SUTTON IS GIVEN LARGEST CHECK WAS PERTAINING TO DOVES. ' SMOKER BY FRIENDS. FOUND PRETTY GOOD. CONVICTS ESCAPES NEAR SUGARLAND. BOARD OF EDUCATION MEETS AT BELT0N. CHEERFUL RECEPTION. &W VTfiKT!i1Jnwr fr,T y yji$&Tf'"m,''m "' ISairlMf Wednesday evening, August 22nd., marks ono of tho most notable events in tho history of, Bartlett. On this dato our young lpon of tho soldier ago wore tendered a reception by tho citizens of Bartlett and community. At an early hour, people began to como to tho Tabernacle, in honor of tho occasion and it is estimated that eight hundred people were in attend- ance A most splendid program was ar- ranged by tho committee, with Rev. Homer A. McCarty in charge. Tho Bartlett Band furnished music for tho occasion and did well thei...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 24 August 1917

:wv .(!(- "wp" 1 r pwmiw"'!!fCrF'-i 'TlTTfi'W' n H ,t"v WSf? N v he TRIBUNE and NEWS FKIDAY. AUGUST 21TII. s ? It pays to mlvortiso and dolivcr the iooda, as will bo obsorved by tho larjro nttendftneo at the band concert ach Friday1 evening. i President Wilson has nominated tUarence Ousley, of Collogo Station, iWas. for assistant Secretary of Ag- riculture. I ln 1887 tho legislature appropriated a $100,000 for Wost Texas sufforors on amount of the drouth. Tho presont legislature is now called upon to make Ml appropriation on account of the p$vailin drouth. Cuba's offer to provide a mobiliza- iAip. and training ground for some American forcos has been accepted. TJho number or description of the xofces 10 dc sent cannot uc uisciusuu military reasons. LAWLESSNESS. Hrr &MW&L -,. I . ?& e war department has mouinea order prohibiting a saloon or bar lin half a milo of the military .Chnp so as not to be effective where ptvreiy temporary camps are concern- 'tThoso who took advan...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 24 August 1917

TTIE WORK OP HELTON'S LOCAL EXEMPTION BOARD. Bolton, Tox., Auk. 17. Tho local exemption board today comploted tho compiling of three additional lists of nnmes taken from tho first draft of men of this district. Thfcso liHts give the names of oigh-ty-nino men exempted on physical ex- emption; nineteen exempted on pleas of dependant relatives nnd other causes; and nineteen additional nnmes of those denied exemption on pleas, rhysical Exemptions. Tho following nro those granted ex- emptions on physical deficiencies: Walter W. Hallmark, Bolton. Bnxter E. Cothan, Prairio Doll. Jcse C. Cochran, Holland. Leonard T. Burns, Temple. Wm. Henry Berry, Killccn. Claud E. Luther, Bolton. Miko Richtcr, Holland. Albert Gllbroth, Youngsport. John D. Stcakly, Killcon. Leonard Masscy, Belton. James Zachery, Bartlctt. Fred Mullins, Temple. William Murphy, Belton. Arthur G. Daudo, Killccn. Robert Grimm, Holland. Benjamin D. Pace, Holland. Richard Bakor, Moody. Tom Drake, Salado. , John D. Thompson, Belto...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 24 August 1917

IMUMM&UMMw .'3183 vjmBm. v'lfflK 'vJStti GULF REFINING I now have the agency for the Gulf Refining Co., and am pre- pared to furnish you Gasoline, Lubricating and Kerosene Oil in any quantity. See Me or Uncle Billie King. At BARRETT MOTOR INN THF HOME TOWN. By NELS DARLING. (Copyrighted w RV 75he TRIBUNE and NEWS FRIDAY, AUGUST 24TH. If you are not a member of the 3ted Cross you are not doing your --duty toward your fellow man. Join today. One of the results of the present war i3 likely to be a wider patriotism than has heretofore existed among the nations. There arc signs of a closer and more vital relation that three great Champions of Constitu- tional Liberty and Representative Government. The linking together of the world's great democracies in a common resistance of the audacious claims of autocracy that threatens the rights of humanity, will have the inevitable effect of creating stronger bonds of sympathy between them and a deeper interest in each other's welfare. AMERICA...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 24 August 1917

-,WWIIW,II,,IW'IM,IIII',M,""1'M"II"-' K 9 h r- w LOCALS AND PERSONALS Messrs. Cronin and Brnnngan wore Taylor visitors Wednesday. Now car oats just received by Rowntreo Bros. o Mr. and Mrs. Hillmnn were Tay- lor visitors Tuesday. o Noah Shults was a Ft Worth vlsi- t ' tor this week. o Messrs. Sam and Dick Young were San Antonio visitors this week. Messrs. Joo Knight and Ellis Waro were Taylor visitors Tuesday. Mrs. F. T. Stockton visited rela- tives in Thorndale this week. Lioutcnant Jessie Root, of Burnet, Was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Joo Matthews Wednesday. o Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Stikcs, of Cor- sicana, arc the guests of their daugh- ter, Mrs. J. E. Barnes. Flvo passenger Ford for sale by Rowntroe Bros. Mr. John Lawronco left Monday for tho North to buy feed for Law- ronco Bros. Mr. Allen Duncan, of Austin, is here oil a visit to relatives and friends. Misses Estclle and Mazelle Scales returned Wednesday from a visit to relatives in Temple. Bruce Veasey left yesterday for Leon Spring...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 24 August 1917

FECIALS AT THE LUMBERYARD We have 20 gallons of Sherwin-Williams White Paint that sells for $3.25 per gallon. Our tt K( Special Price on this lot is tJV About 6000 feet of Dressed Flooring in 10 feet length, only 10 cents a piece. We have several lots of lumber that we want to move and will make a very low price. 0 Odd size Windows at less than cost. If there is any repairing you would like done, phone us for a carpenter. Remember .that we have small cans of regular house paint for those little paint jobs, at 35 cents a can. "We are not pleased unless you are." Fairchild Lumber Co. PHONE NO. 3 LOCALS AND PERSONALS Claude Paschal of Jarrell was hero last Saturday en route to Oklahoma to work for a railroad company. Mrs. J. H. DeHay of Brownwood 13 visiting Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Talley. o Let Perkins Clean and Press your jsuit if you want a first-class jol. o Mrs. Z. T. Sisson and daughter of Texarkana are visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Montgomery. Lieutenant Charles Harvin ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 24 August 1917

ft if'M. u J 4tv IT SEEMS TO DE DllY EVERY- WHERE MOST. Tho drouth has reached a critical stage. Cotton in some sections of tho country is dying for want of moisture, whilo in other places the plant is very small and will mako a poor yield unlc33 rain falls in time. Old timers say that tho present drouth is tho worst within their rec- ollection, oven exceeding '70. Gran- ger News. Granger is in tho heart of that which is recognized tho finest fnrni- ing belt in tho South, her lands rang- ing in price from $125.00 to ?250.00 por acre. Last year this county pro- duced -more cotton than any singlo county in tho world, being in excess of 126,000 bales. And yet, no rain has fallen on this wonderfully fertile soil this year, but the News will wa- ger n slick nicklo that you can't get a man in tho county to say that Wil- liamson county is "blowed up" that it's no good, that ain't no farming country nohow' This kind of talk is familiar stuff on the streets of Alico, notwithstanding the fact...

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