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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 24 August 1917

mmmmimmmmmKmmmmmmKmmmmmmmmmmtmmimmmmmm TSW-i .fcfcrFM s jv How Many Men, Women or Children who read this Ever Tned Texas Chewing ITS ONE THING to Agree That a Home Enterprise Should Be Encouraged, and Even PREFERRED, Provided Its Goods Are Equal to the Imported. IT'S ANOTHER THING to Put Into Practice This Excellent Idea How, i HONESTY, (Man, Woman ( or Uinu; wno Kcaus This I Ihw You Everi"To!d I the Man'7 to Please Give You For Your Nickle? Texas Gum is Made in Temple Texas by the 1 we Largest Chewing J I I lnm anuacturers I I Khe South. J WEST TEXAS DROUTH A GRAVE MATTER. Austin, Tox., Aug. 17. Tho gov- ernor yestorday -sent n message to tho Legislature calling attention to tho distressed condition brought nbout by tho drouth in fifty Wcstorn Texas counties. Among other things in tho messago ho said: "At present at least fifty counties in West Texas nro suffering from tho worst drought in thirty years. Con- ditions nro deplorable Tho matter of securing food for everybody is one of...

Publication Title: Bartlett Tribune And News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 31 August 1917

'Wflj$' W7, T i$:'j w-. "f'"7f1 -V ! V' AND NEWS R. F. CATES, Editor and Prop. BARTLETT. WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY, AUGUST 31, 1917. $1.00 YEAR. VOL. XXXII. No. 13 FUNERAL IS HALTED; HUSBAND ARRESTED. LOTS OF PASTURAGE . IN ARK. & LOUISIANA. DISLOYALTY CHARGED; SCHOOL CENSUS SHOW LIEUTENANT BOZERIAN WILLIAMSON COUNTY REMAINS WET BY 64. OFFICERS INVESTIGATE. INCREASE IN BELL CO. ENROUTE TO FRANCE. w- WSsr 'i'yi''lppp tte M -J: -W' W'51!' 1 ra.c lar:mar Killcon, Tex., Aug. 20. This town was thrown into a high stnto of ex- citement this afternoon when offi- cers ordered the arrest of Jesso Elms, a prominent citizen of Runnels coun- ty, who had. accompanied the body of Tils wife, hero for burial. Funoral arrangements wore hailed at 2 o'clock this afternoon and an autopsy of tho body ordered by officers and by rela- tives of tho dead woman. Follow- ing this examination the arrest was made, and Elms was taken to Bolton and placed in jail. Tho body is be- ing held for further ex...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 31 August 1917

mam h i- w 15he TRIBUNE and NEWS FRIDAY, AUGUST 31ST. Yoa, keep the nejrro soldiers out of tho South. Whenever vou see any groat thing put through handsomely, know that somebody ha- paid the price. Bartlett ontinues to pay the high- est price for cotton. een if there is Tiot much to buy Bring your cotton to Bartlett. We cannot for the life of us, un- derstand how soma people are always advising to "eliminate all predujice," when they are as full of the "stuff" as a negro's system is of crap shoot- ing. The first 000,000 of America's fighting men will bo eqpipped with the present Springfield army rifle, those to follow will carry the same kind used by English troops. The Livingston Enterprise re- ports that a cotton picker, in Polk county, picked 2,516 pounds of cotton in six days. At that rate of picking tho fleecy staple he could get about two weeks work in this section. It costs tho United States just $190.80 to equip an infantryman for servico in France. Figures made public show ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 31 August 1917

.. V: k' i- , MV' E , H; v is.)." u WILLIAMSON COUNTY'S QUOTA. MORE CALLED TO FILL THE MAN KILLED, TWO WOMEN HUKT IN AUTO ACCIDENT. Tl,n Hnrnnrl pnll for nnnueh mon Round HOCk, lOX., Aug. 23. Une to fill the required quota of young man wrb killed an 1 two womou wero men of Williamson County, who will help make up the now National Army have received their notice from tho local exemption hoard to nppoar on Wodnosday, Thursday and Friday Au- gust 20, 30 and 31 to stand a physical examinition. Tho call for 380' mon has hecn'igBued. Out of tho 380 vc arc today publishing tho first 138 who have boon summoned to appear. Tho following named persons are hereby notified that pursuant to tho Act of Congrops approved May 18, 1917, they aro called for military scr- vico of the- United Stntes by this Lj- cal Board. They will report at the office of this Local Board for physical exami- nation on the 28, 29, and 30th tiny of Augustt, 1917, at 8 o'clock a. m. Walter K. Webor, Coupland R. 2 Geo. jtny...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 31 August 1917

County Court. ANITARY GROCERY Clearance Sale Cut String Beans per pound 12c Giant Lye per can 8 1 -3c Faultless Starch per box 8 1-3c Soap 6 bars 25c .$1.00 Rice 1 4 pounds for Pie Peaches per can 12)c Table Peaches per can. 15c Black Berries per can 12jc Pork and Beans per can 1 0c S. H. Corn per can 1 5c NalcoCorn per can 1 234c Tomatoes per can 12c Syrup At These are a few of the many bargains found with us. Our object for these close prices is the much needed cash and room for our fall purchases. We will hold these prices while the goods last; so don't fail to give us a call. Sanitary Grocery California Bayou Beans 10 pounds $1 Vinegar per gallon. . .35c e Old Price 15he TRIBUNE and NEWS FRIDAY, AUGUST 31ST. NEGRO TROOPS. The deplorable tragedy enacted at Houston Thursday night h simply a what has happened every time a body of northern negro soldiers have been inflicted upon the south. It hap- pened at New Orleans and Atlanta during the Spanish-American war, it has happened at S...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 31 August 1917

. 3-j J -4 ! s LOCALS AND PERSONALS Messrs O. R. Clino and Ollie Whito wore in Lomota Tuesday on businos. o Michigan Salt at Ed. llulnsohn. Itov. W. M. Spoegle and family of 'Granger woio the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Montgomery Tuosdny. Messrs. E1. Lawrence and 0. Bclk were in DnvlUa Monday on business. Miss Ajrnos Lindomann, Postmns- tor Dug. Lindomann and Miss Ollio Mao Ilaobor, of Bartlott, "were Visi- tors' in Taylor last Saturday. Roxall Toilet Cream for sun- burn, chapped hands and lips. Free from grease. Condra & Blair. Mr. and Mrs, II. V. Davidson have nil thoif'yguest, Miss Find, of New R. M. Robbins and family returned "homo Wodnosday from a ' visit to Brown-County. '''FOR SALE CHEAP: Good tent Gxl4 foot. Apply to E. C. Sontag. , Mrs. A. J. Pierce and baby, and Utile Miss Florence, wore the guests tit Mrs. T. E. Bird in Temple this wook. v 'Dr. and' Mrs. C. M. Blair returned Tuesday ftom .Columbus, wheie they have been visitinfr relatives. Bargains on dry goods an...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 31 August 1917

Ifr ,, SK H. I y SBBSSM FECIALS AT THE LUMBER YARD We have 20 gallons of Sherwin-Williams White Paint that sells for $3.25 per gallon. Our d-- KA Special Price on this lot is q?oU Ji 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. u We are not pleased unless you are." Fairchild Lumber Co. PHONE NO. 3 MAMrwuwwmmwiiiwm'jMumimiiuiiMLKJUiUiwtu LOCALS AND PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Ball visited rel- atives at Friendship Monday. o New car oats just received by .Rowatroe Bros. Mr. W. W. Kirk, of Florence, and one of Williamson County's best citi- zens, was here Saturday on a visit to his son, Mr. R. E. Kirk. E. M. Server, of Davilla, was here Saturday on business. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 31 August 1917

V 1 .y I MOO PEOPLE PAID HOMAGE TO DELL COUNTY SOLDIERS. Temple, Toxns, Aug. 25. Twonty thousand pcoplo thronged the streets of Temple, Friday night, doing honor to the Bell county soldior hoys, who will Boon bo fighting thoir country's battles. The crowd was the biggest over seen on the downtown streets, and in- cluded visitors from nil parts of the county, while practically all of Tem- ple turned out. Short talks wore mnde by the officers who recently returned with thoir commissions Cfrom Leon Springs. A colored celebration was held "at Bon Ton park, attended by approxi- mately 1000 negroes. 0 Com At $1.50. Irrigated Crop Bear- ing 75 Bushels to the Acre. Tho Moreedos corn crop is being contracted at $1.50 per bushel. That is, buying from a distance were among our growers last week offer- ing $1.50 por bushel for corn deliv- ered in the oar to loading station. Wo are not advised how much of tho crop was contracted at this figure, but doubtless some deals were made. On tho Chicago ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 31 August 1917

Jfi NOTICE TO OUR FRIENDS WE SELL Mother Indian Tonic It is a Pure Herb Tonic such as was used by the old Indians and also our forefathers. Then you never heard of appendicitis and other similar diseases which now require surgical operations. Did you ever hear of an Indian undergoing a surgical operation for such disease? In later years the knife has taken the place of herbs which were used to prevent such diseases. Is a surgical operation ever necessary? Yes, absolutely if you go to a stage where nothing but the knife can reach your case. Begin in time using MOTHER INDIAN TONIC to build up the system and purify your blood. MOTHER INDIAN TONIC is composed principally of . herbs such as Stillingia, Sarsaparilla, Yellow Dock, Winter Green, Mandrake, Bitter Apple and Sassafras combined, making it one of the most wonderful remedies known for all diseases arising from a disordered condition of the Stomach. Liver and Kidneys, such a3 Chills, Fever. Head- aches and Billiousness. Rheumatism...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 7 September 1917

J -KTi-iWJiJy " ' "" ' 'Ml m" "" ""1I'B" inaui. MP iM m 1111 h mrnvman 3 f '&'..' AJHKrSBJ' --""' 'W J"WVi'i-.1 1 j$ MS I-1 '2 AND NEWS r r e IV IT- I If1 ' ft.F. CATES, Editorand GINNERS MUST KEEP COTTONSEED QLEAN. Heretofore the warehouse and mar- keting department has tried to pre- vail on ginners who practiced the cus- toms complained of to desist, and to comply with the spirit of the law. Other parties having appealed to the attorney general for an interpreta- tion of the law, and of the powers and duties of the commissioners; and the attorney general hns announced his ruling in the letter herewith pub- lished, the commissioner of markets and warehoueses now feels compelled to pursue the course indicated in that letter, ngainst all offenders frow now on. J f Tho Attorney 'General's opinion .fol- lows: Austin, Aug, 28, 1917. Hon. F. C. Wcinert, Capitol. Dear Sir: Complaint has been made to this "clopartmont to the effect that certain ginners in the state were turning out dir...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 7 September 1917

V t T&i ,ptIV PASTURE with plenty of GRASS to rent, also have 690 acres to lease for three years on the 3rd and 4lh. Fresh Well water, Grass and Wood FREE. If Interested Fill Out and Mai! Following Blank: ARTICLES PERTAINING TO THE RED CROSS. FRANK L.IPPOW 303 Scanton Building HOUSTON, TEXAS I am In tho market to rent .acres; lease acres buy... Name . Addresss.. I have head of cattle also my friend. R. r. D. No. .. Bax Would like to rent LenSe acres. Buy about.... acres. .ncrea. WILL SEND FOOD TO CAPTUKE1) AMERICANS. SURUS onta FREE Attractions and Special Amusement features Have head cattle. Name Box No .County Address. State She TRIBUNE and NEWS FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7. Are ydu your brother's keeper, or his critic? A woman of uncertain ace qured the services of a page boy and inserted in the local 'paper an adver- tisement headed, "Youth Wanted." One of her friends, with little humor and less taste, sent her a bottle of a celebrated wrinkle remover, a pot of fairy bloom, a set of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 7 September 1917

"Vfnt 'jfv iTJli - I'. 1 4 ri " r l I Brit County Court Adjourns. l'nstor IfhodcH and Family Kelurnq. ReKon, Tox., Sopt. I.-Tho dintriel . rtiirf riflintii nfwl .T.mr qptmnn thlft :::"":: i U I IIMIIUUII Thin torn hail mu of tlio longest murder tiriK mi i'cumiI nml the vrry shortest Th- i.im- of Ed Berb- er, chrtrffcd with the murder of C A. Tobin required one day's time in the hearing the jurv returning its ver- dict in the early morning of the sec- ond day, "not only"; while the cane of Willie Porter, charged with tho mui'der of Miss Emma Staley, occu- pied nine days in the hearing with one dav ami nart of the morning of the second in effort to secure jury j from the first venire and tl)o greater part of one day taken up In hearing of motion for new trial. A total of 375 venire and talesmen were summoned in this case and about 200 witnesses. In the Bergor case no witnesses were put on by the dsfortse. The Porter, J. C. Crouch and First Stnte Bank, of Belton, vs. C. B. Smith et al,...

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

r :v Bhe TRIBUNE and NEWS FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7. THE DOCTOR'S PRAYER. Any one having an exhibit for the running: tind preserving department of the Bel County Fnir, please notify Mrs. F T. Stockton, Mrs. I. L Brown or Miss Inoz Bell. Woman Suffrage has been estab- lished in the State of Guanajuato, Mexico. Luckily for the Guanajuato women, they refrained frpm picket- ing the President's houso at Mexico City. Rowdy young Irishmen at, Cork attacked American sailors who were prominadeing with Irish girls. This incident justifies the Cork girls in preferring the foreign to the dom- estic beau. The long continued drouth has been broken m the Bartlett section. A five inch rain ha3 fallen this week, and while it came too late to do cotton any good, it will enable the people to plant fall gardens and quick-growing feed crops, which will relieve the "hardtimes" condition to a very great extent In reporting the result of the re- vent prohibition election, the Jarrell news, of which Rev. D. M. We...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 7 September 1917

.aa. W n. i The, long Drcmth has been broken, the Harvest will be increased, Jtogether we are very optemistic. The Walton, Dry Goods Company is prepared to render our hit in helping Jong. Ovir stock is complete in aJI departments, said a..s we Buy For Cesh end sell the same way, we are able to get along on a very small profit; what merchandise you have to buy be sire that you come to us. You will find is as, always with a full stock of best goods Eind lowest possible Cash price. yssness X Men's'Goods Shoes-Shirts " Hats-Underwear ' f N1 v 'Collars-Ties Caps-Gloves, Etc., at a cheap price Come' and let us show you through our stock. Traveling Bags Shoes Bring the children here to be fitted in School Shoes $2.00 pair up. Girl's gingham dresses for school, cheaper than Can he made. Hand Bogs Woolen Dress Goods and Silks All the new colors in Serges at 65c .to $1 per yd New Taffetas. $1.50 to $2.50 New Messolines $1 50 to $2.00 The New Plaids for Skirts, etc, at '..$1.50 per'yd. Suit Ce...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 7 September 1917

"v w vX $vp w 0 M w r . si ft Is- li ra r ' 'wnmianwminii SPECIALS AT THE LUMBER YARD We have 20 gallons of Sherwin-Williams White Paint that sells for $3.25 per gallon. Our &y JTA Special Price on this lot is J?&oJ?J 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 can's of regular house paint for those little paint jobs, at 85 cents a can. "We are not pleased unless you are." Fairchild Lumber Co. PHONE NO. 3 LOCALS AND PERSONALS p ostmastor G. A. Lindeniann was a San Antonio visitor Sunday. Mr. Walker, a prominent attorney of San Saba, was hero Sunday on a visit to friends. Mayor Allen and L. W. Wilhito were Taylor visitors Monday. W. W. Walton returned to Corpus Christi Tuesday. Lot Perkins Clean and Progs your suit if you wan...

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

I PRO ELECTION IN TAKRANT COUNTY IMIOIIADLY OCT. 1. Fort Worth, Tox., Aujr. 20. The first day of October will prolmbly bo the tiny selected for the local option election in Tnrrnnt county, nccordinK to information given out by members of the committed who have tho campaign in charge. A definite date has not been agreed upon and will probably not be until the peti- tion now in circulation bus been re- turned, but October 1 will be the day most likely selected for the election as most of tho mombers of the com- ni it too favor this date. Tho voting precinct which is to be excluded from tho election has not been agreed upon, but it will be either Bcnbrook or Crawley. o Central Christian Church. We extend to you a cordial invita- ton to come nnd worship with us. At tho morning hour we will preach the Third of the Series of Sermons "The Divine Privilege of Partner- ship". The theme for the evening service will be: "Springs of Benevolence". "Sparks From the Anvil". Too mnny people grow th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 7 September 1917

-" -m in If? It- v R r ' ,',''W fpVJi,'y "f-piBJi',; CO :v Announcing the 1917 The Season's Most Popular Ideas Will Be On Display Tuesday, September nth Our openings in the past have always brought out the newest models and most popular ideas and they were always attended by great numbers of our friends and customers eager to be correctly in- formed on tne authoritive fashions. Our buyer has just returned from an extensive buying trip where he bought far and wide of depend- able merchandise of all descript- ions for Fall and Winter. An unsettled market due to dimin- ishing raw materials, dye stuffs, etc., has caused much uncertainty in the mercantile business, but we announce, with a feeling of sure- ness, based on knowledge gained by years of experience, that the assortments of merchandise we have assembled for this event are equal in qualtty, style and origin- ality to anything we -have ever shown. In these times everyone is practicing economy it is the proper thing; but economy d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 14 September 1917

if Si . , . ,t AND NEWS R. P. CATES, Editor and Prop. BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1917. $1.00 Year. VOL. XXXII. No. 15 4 rtbttttje QSl l rrf& Wlf -3f Vbffl I nrf&IB f ARTILLERY TRAINING CAMP FOR BELL CO. Bclton, Tex., Sept. 11. -The war government hns nsked the people o Bell county to secure 250,000 acres of land to be used ns n slto for train- ing from 20,000 to 30,000 soldiers in nctunl warfare, especially for artil- lery practice. It is thought that tho proper site will be found. Commit- tees from Bolton, Temple, Killeon, and Burnet mot in Killcen Tuesday for the purpose of looking into tho matter of securing such a site, which will be about 20 miles eiuare, in tho western part of Boll county, taking in parts of Lampasas an Burnet counties, it is thought the site can be had. It is a mountainous coun- try, with but few inhabitants. Committees from tho Bclton and Tcnipie chambers of commerce nro busy lcokinr after the proposition to locato el o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 14 September 1917

w?fr Kif rtjr'iHSZn IPrW H6e? TRIBUNE and NEWS FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 14. THF HOME TOWN. By NELS DARLING. (Copyrighted.) Men are naturally tempted by the devil, but a man positively tempts the devil. No factional fiRht in a community cvnr yet resulted in complotc victo- ry for cither skta The injunction asked to prevent the issuance of $1,500 bonds for the building of a school house' in the Bell Plains community, Bell County, was denied by Judge Spann in the Dis- trict court Wednesday last. A farmer has just as much excuse for sending off the catalogue house for his merchandise, as the mer- chant has for sending away from home for his printing. Lets be fair. It is a noteworthy fact that a man who is always looking for faults in others can find them, even where they do not exist, nnd constant suspicion can and will tend to distort perfectly innocent action into grave offenses. The great trouble with many people is that you can not tell where they stand from one day to another. We had rath...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 14 September 1917

vr -wsp 4 T-v ' W ' ' r M 3 It r I FT' v- h- 4. ? i THOSE EXEMPTED IN LAST QUOTA IN WILLIAMSON CO. Tho locnl exemption board has practically completed its task of pass- ing on tho last 380 men of William- son County to fill the quota of 310 men of this district in tho new Na- tional army under the selective dtnft law. Out of tho 380 men called -18 were found to bo physically unfit for mili- tary sorvicoj 140 were excused on ac- count of dopondencios; 10 were 'ex- empted on the Krounds of already be- ing in the services of tho different branches of the army, and five on account of being aliens. Dependency Exemptions. George It. Taylor, Thorndale. S. Pylo. Granger. William Warren, Round Hock. Gustnv Grawundcr, Taylor. Edgar Robert, Bnrtlett. Ira Barker, Georgetown. Buster Johnson, Grnngcr. Thomas Sanders, Florence. Archie Norris, Taylor. Gustav Knici, Coupland. Albert Carlisle, Jarrell. Floyd Hunter, Jnrrcll. Rudolph Ziegcr, Coupland. Mason Holliday, Taylor. Theo Barta, Taylor. John W...

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