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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 28 September 1917

( t 4 to wihdthriiiihtp .fl I!, !iiaiii4Wimiiiwi jt r " v The Store of Service and Good Value MRU Th BIG DEPARTMENT BAR.TLETTS STOR.E Mv iOT Stocks in our Men's and Boy's Department was never more pleasing than now, in Style, Quality and Price- Fall and Wa nter For Men and Young Men Suit Styles Men's Fall Hats Hate in Iho Now Fall blocks, in Gray, Pearl-Gray, Brown, Tan Green and Black. Some have fancy bands. They are all correct for thcNew Sea- son's Wear, and splendid values at $3.00 and $3.50. Stetson Hats in staple shapes, at $5.00 to $7.50. Men's Fall Shirts The now shirts for Fall and Win- ter are shown here in a wide range of patterns. Dress Shirts, the newest stripes of pleasing color effects at only $1.00 Shirts of better quality in variety of pleasing patterns from which to choosa at $1.50 Excellent values in Men's Shirts with laundered cuffs, all good pat- terns G5c and 75c Men's Wool Flannel Shirts Men's Flannel Shirts, in Army Brown, Tan, Gray and Blue. All sizes from 1...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 5 October 1917

fECKT r 7T" t 7 W WP - rptn n x 7V Af ' ' F ' W , r "Tw m 'i r f , . AND NEWS R. F. CATES, Editor and Prop. BARTLKTT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY. OCTOBER B, 1917. $1.00 Year. VOL. XXXII. No. 18 LOCAL BOYS' PIG CLUB AWARDED PRIZES SAT. HERBERT B0ZEMAN MRS. BUCHANAN DIES ARRIVES IN FRANCE. AT TEMPLE SUNDAY. BELL COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT CONVENTION BOARD MET MONDAY. HELD BY CHURCHES. M CERTIFIED BY THE BELTON LOCAL BOARD. "M W r T"(' , f Wxt 8 t K' I 0 Lv Boys, Their Guest and Promoters En- tertained Royally at Dinner By Dr. and Mrs. T. B. Benson. About 100 days ago, thirty-two sow pigs from the .famous H. B. Wal- ter & Son heard of Eflinghamc, Kan- sas, Were distributed among as many boys in tho Bartlctt Trado territory culminating tho efforts of a day'3 work of Dr. Benson, of tho Bartlott National Bank, County Agent 0. W. Sherrill, Mr. H. II. Williams, of tho A & M. College, Messrs. Wilson, Lcathermnn, Wackor, Hordin and Leslie, of Bartlctt, among tho schools f Bartlctt t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 5 October 1917

(f) cd X Q) I.,, ,ij ( LLJ NrHHB LLJ U Q i t5 O HHH ? Q) CO f Shhhb o o Rnnno AI T ' UI T E FO R w liH ,s If PJ i( In order to raise a large amount of cash quickly we are compelled to pill Drastic and unheard of MEASURES MUST BE ADOPTED! The cloud HARVEST greets the thrifty and economical buyers, and money in the form of This sale is not of our own choosing, we did not intend having a sale, but as NECESSARY is the "MOTHER OF we are in need of money, else we wouldn't slaughter prices, kill profits and forget costs, as we are doing; for need to replenish our stocks and with high and steadily going HIGHER PRICES for every commode of life duetto gether that we are the loosers, and our loss is your gain, take advantage of it. "MAKE HAY WHILE THE SUN I 1 111 TO I ! li People of Bartlett and surroundings, harkens to this messenger of unprecedent bargains! Our reputation is your guarantee that every item and article quoted herein is exactly as represented. Read carefully this ad and withass...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 5 October 1917

D TO SELL. Bartlelt. Texas n IH JD & flH' IH H B HSobiho ll JjB IBi H H IIH ln IB H ISi IBk IH HSH Qujie i 1 IH IHl lR Bi nHHH Qj IB u v H Km lKr HbHI IH h f & H HBfli H H H I JFj Ml n nBi nnnnHBHHnn HflHHHHHHHH m s 1 MH it our entire stock on sale for the next 15 days. WE ARh FORCED TO SELL I High Prices bursts asunder, and the sunshine of a long- waited for BARGAIN nheard ot savings beckonsNay beeseach you to come and gather it in. :NT!ON," so docs a merchaant's dire need of money govern his best intentions, and you may rest assured that .C a. ( jc f i . fnvu proem neeus ior money nas passea ana ousiiness as usual is once more the order of the day, we shall again le precedent demand for American products by foreign countries, it takes no great amount of imagination to- laniLa, csnu get your snare ot cue nouse Tinea jamea Tun ot bargains awaiting you. avings like charity begins at home. Your sayings here during this collosal value rfivind a.le will net your saving palate to...

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

I It t iv -i :4 9 yjm Copyright Hart ch a " Marx m f m on Don't make the mistake this fall of thinking that economy is in saving money; economy is in getting something for your money, not in the amount you spend. ' The war may be a good thing for this country if it teaches that lesson; there's a good deal of money wasted in America every year by spending it for cheap stuff. Good clothes such as rt dc ffn rx ., "make are the true economy. You don't get any more cloth or buttons in one of these suits than in any other suit you may buy; it is the quality of materials . and tailoring that counts; more months of sound, satisfying, service and good looking shape-keeping. If you figure your clothes expense :by the month, instead of by the suit or .overcoat ,yoirll find that one of our-Hart " i r- Schaff ner & Marx suits or overcoats costs you less than clothes that you pay half as much for. That's why we sell these clothes; they cost more than lots of clothes you see, but you get so mu...

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

-to- '"ifTO'pSjfBf'J & " '$ t $ w y THF HOME TOWN. By NELS DARLING. (Copyrighted.) As I havo stated boforc, the nver- ugo wostorn town depends upon its rotail stores for Ha life. It is prim- arily a trading point. Cripplo the retail business and you cripplo the community. Destroy the storsB and you destroy tlio town. There arc thrco classes of people given to patronizing the homo mer- chants only when necessity demands. Thero is the follow who takes pride in saying that ho is independent of tho town. He holds mortgages on good farms and owns some bank stock. Ho buys most of his goods awny from home and is the star kick- or. He has very littlo property in .the town, but is against every pro- posed progressive step, fearing that his taxes will be increased one-tenth of ono cent. He is tired and retired. Tho community will not have lost much when ho is interred Then there are those people who buy most of their goods by mail be- cause they have an idea that by so doing they are disp...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 5 October 1917

M 'm RE9B h. HH&s. jH Hl Ib EH h H Hundreds and hundreds of people from 50 miles around Bartlett have supplied their wants at this Big Sale. It is a sale above all sales. Mountains of Merchandise consisting of Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Notions, are on display and are selling at Public's Own Prices. Come nowl Come Early! Our stock is complete. Prices are slaughtered right and left. Profits and cost is forgotten during this sale. Below are only a few of the many bargains we haye on this big sale. Be sure and don't miss this big opportunity. Bring your friends. REMEMBER THE EARLY BIRD CATCHES THE WORM, 15c Dress Gingham per yard 10c Best Outing per yard 12Mc 20c Ginghams per yard 15c Boys Blue Serge Suits, value $8.50 $5.98 Men's Ribbed Underwear per garment 49c Men's Work Pants per pair 95c emember the Place Wo V artlett The Store That Sells For Less. L New erchant Bartlett, Texas ORDERS OF Mm NOT REPORTING FOR DUTY. San Antonio, Tex., Tuesday. Ma- jor Lindaey Blatney o...

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

W"""" ' i' V ; ' f V. " T . w . ft.'. ' r " h ( ARTICLES PERTAINING TO THE RED CROSS. "THE LONELY SOLDIEK." "(jan any one who hna over expe- rienced tho pangs of great loneli- ness, fnll to understand tho situation In which that soldier finds himself, who seldom gots a letter, has no tics Of friendship outside of his Imme- diate circle of chance acquiantnnces, and realizoa that there is not a hu- man being in al tho world who take nn interest in him or who would grieve if ho fejl in battle? Yet there aro many such men in the army, preparing themselves for the ultimate sacrifice, in tho defense of ! the homes of America, where happy family circles live and love in secur- ity and peace. Let tho kind men and women of who do not get lctors, but who are who do not got letters, but who aro tfoing into the trenches to face death ior tho homes that they can not claim. Tho government docs nil it can for these boys. But the govern- ment can not minister to the heart- yearnings and tho soul-hu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 5 October 1917

& If V 13he TRIBUNES and NEWS FRIDAY, OCTOBER 5. Man's inhumanity to man is demon- strated when one man gets n hair cut and a massage on Saturday night while eight other men, who need shaves, ait and yarn and glare at him. What the Soldiers Most Want. The appropriations made hy the legislature exceed the resources of the state derived from taxation by over two and a half million dollars, and the tax rate is now at its maxi- mum. What the outcome will be, the Lord only knows. During the past few weeks, Bart- lett has said "good-byo" to many of its noble girls and boys, some of whom left to enter school in other portions of the state, others going to join Uncle Sam's Army, somo of whom are now in Franco. God bless each and every one. When a gossip tells a woman a se- cret and the woman starts to tell the secret to another woman, only to find that the gossip has also told the other woman the secret, the woman indignatcs and announces that some old cats can't keep anything to them- ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 5 October 1917

4 ''a ?. SrV. ji2.i i,"iM. $fV atdivrc.,' fl.M fi Jw ti' R ( t A. L LOCALS AND PERSONALS Ed. Jones, of Dclton, wob hero this week. o I. Gold's Big Snlo is now on with it's .full spirit. o ' Mrs. Joe Matthews is visiting her mother in Burnet. o Seo S. 11. Hopkins for good No. I Oklahoma hay at $23.00. Mrs. D. Zwcig has gone to Green- yille on business. FOR SALE: Wood at my farm for $2.60 ped cord. Dr. C. M. Blair. ' W. W. Walton is in San Antonio this week on business. ' See S. II. Hopkins for good No. 1 Oklahoma hay nt $23.00. .T. T)nn. of Santa Anna, was hero jjkK?"his week on business.' Jno. A. Jones arrived last week and anchored his vessel in Bartlctt. o See S. II. Hopkins for good No. 1 Oklahoma hay at $23.00. o Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Morris woro among tho visitors to the fair at Temple this week. Buy it while it lasts. Coal at $0.50 per ton at Hardin & Wcidcssphan Bros. R. S. Thompson wns quite busy thi3 week making some improve- ments on his gin. Let Cliff Bolding thresh your...

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

ST SPECIALS AT THE LUMBERYARD We have 20 gallons of Sherwin-Williams White Paint that sells for $3.25 per gallon. Our &J) t?( Special Price on this lot is qJ.vJ 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 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 People from around 100 miles have visited I. Gold's Big Sale. Will Killinssworth, of Priric Dell, was hero Tuesday on business. o I. Gold's Big Sale is the talk of the surrounding country. o Walter Knight, of San Antonio, was hero this week on a visit. o Ever see a sale like I. Gold's Big Sale now on? Dr. M. R. Sharpe, of Granger, was here Monday. o Tell your fr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 12 October 1917

VF Vffl I2IJJP t AND NEWS R. P. GATES, Editor and Prop. BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1917. $1.00 Year. VOL. XXXII. No. 19 BELL COUNTY TAX TAYLOR SS AFTER m AVIATS0W CAMP. new mmm for BELL COlfifflf FAIR. MORE CALLED FOR .2 INJURED M ACCIDENT J i Tax Asscjior E. L. WaUois went lo Austin Woliiosdnv of lam work, where ho had iho Boll .-ounli tax rolls approval Jhurtau. The followmg in the summary f property and values thereof aj nhown by assessment rolls for the yoar 1917: 711,320 acres valued at 13 08,- 025; town lota valued at $H,780,205; 16,850 horses and mules $1.07,04(1; 15,734 head of cattle 5334.710; 03 jacks and jinncta $3.u20; 5,780 f.hccp $11,610; 3,820 goats $3,840; R.27G hogs $30,420; 21 dogs $c,40; b,077 goods and merchandiso $1,086,670; materials and mfg. articles $2,760; implements, machinory, etc., $4i.l,4't0; atcam engines and hollers $04,800; Money on hand or on deposit $400,- 620; amounts of credit other than banks $819,280; companies and c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 12 October 1917

r t p- f, ft. She TRIBUNE and NEWS FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12TH. Tho siifcst principal through life, Instead of reforming others, is to set about perfecting yourself. B. R. Haydon. Too many people do not appreci- ate their homo town and it's various business institutions, and they live In Bartlctt, too. But they are in tho minority, however. B. A. Guess markoted his 13th bale of cotton from his farm last Thurs- day, and, so far as wo are informed, Mr. Guess holds tho record at Rogers for the season, as to tho number of bales marketed. Rogers News. Now "honest Injun", do you think anybody in Bartlctt has grounds to talk about another. If you are a Christian you won't do it. If you are not a Christian, take an inventory of yourself before wadding into tho tattler's pool. The city and state each has con- tributed $1500 and tho property own- ers $100 for the new road to bo built from tho new State School for the Blind to tho upper and lower George- town roads. Work will be started immediately. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 12 October 1917

ARTICLES PERTAINING TO THE RED CROSS. Tho Rartlctt Branch of the Ameri- can Red Cross expressed, Inst week, its first' lot of knitted garments con ARMY CANTONMENTS WILL COST UNCLE SAM $150,000,000. Washington, Sept. 10. Tho com- pletion of tho sixteen cantonments for tho national army Is one of tho greatest construction jobs over Un- dertaken by any government, and within three months the government taining Ave dozen pair of socks. It , has oxponded approximately $1G0.- 000,000 upon this work, whereas tho largest amount appropriated in any ono year for the Panama canul was $40,000,000. Within sixty days 190 sawmills in all parts of the country shipped more than (100,000,000 feet of lumber to the cantonment sites. Altogether 93,000 kegs of nails were used; there were installed MO.OOO doors and G86,- 000 sash, nearly 30,000,000 square feet of wall board was used for in- side sheathing. When paved streets, telephones, fire protection, electric lights, water suply and sewage disposal ar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 12 October 1917

-KfSSf'TWJg "- - S F- $y ? ;ompany 1 oiniinrnn IB OB H ffilHian H HH H H G is under bond to dispose of entire stock in 14 days I iJftLf nUt llUi BH HB Mil Bl IBii HI HHUfliii HH TMB D HHS iH US IBB is under bond to dispose of entire stock in 14 days. FREE! FREE! The first 25 ladies who spend $2.00 on opening day will re- ceive 50c worth of Merchandise Free, you may select your own goods. October 1 res inursaay, efober 1 FREE! FREE! The first 25 ladies who spend $2.00 on opening day will receive 50c worth of Merchandise Free. You may select your own'goods. GRADE MERCHANDISE, CONSISTING OF BKY GOODS, SHOES, CLOTHING, FUENI ST BE SOLD IN 14 FAST SELLING DAYS, REGARDLESS OF COST. LOSS, ETC., FIXTURES AND SAFE ALSO i i Surprises at times come thick and fast. The Walton Dry Goods Company of Bartlett, Texas, must sell their entire stock in 14 days. We are going to move to Garland, Texas. We are going out of business in Bartlett. We have decided to rather than move this stock and pay drayag...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 12 October 1917

- -r ner:?"wwy'rfc BRITISH WAR EXHIBIT AT TEXASSTATE FAIR IMPLEMENTS OF WARFARE USED BY EUROPEAN NATIONS TO BE SHOWN IN NUMBERS. QOEATEST DISPLAY OF KIND U.S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE EXHIBIT JH MANY BRANCHES TO BE SHOWN AT THE STATE FAIR OF TEXAS. COVERS 5,000 SQUARE FEET Long Rnnge Cannon, Submarine Torpedoes, Howitzers, Gas Masks, Trenoh Periscopes, Etc., Will Be Demon Included In the Exhibit Will Be Models of the Forest Service, Weather Bureau, Bureau of i I W mi IT i strated. Implements of warfare usod by 'the fighting forces on tho Huropealr battle fields v. ill be shown In great numoem In tho mammoth .British. War Exhibit which -will be placed at the State Fair ot Texas, October 13-38. Larger than any exhibit ot the kind that has ever been shown by the British C.o eminent, and proba- bly greatest v ir display ever exhlb- tpd in the world thto British War "hibit is tvpid. d to form one ot i he chiff at ti i i ms "ot the State Koir. Long raiif,e tnnons, submarine Animal and Pl...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 12 October 1917

J k ? The hiving Parallel What the ProphetsSaw A king coming from a nation rep- resented by a littlo horn. A beast with two horns. Ho exorcises tho authority of an Idor beast, which had been wounded d by tho sword, now restored to ntrength by the younger bcaBt. He possessed " a mouth that spake very great thing3." "Ho spako as a dragon." "Whoso look was more stout than his fellows." Ho "shall think to change time and laws." ' "He docth great wonders, so that ho makcth fire come down from heaven." "Before whom there were thrco of tho first horns plucked up by the roots." "His number is six hundred three score and six.,, (GGO) "They shall be given into his hand until n time and times and the divid- ing of time." (42 months.) The Fulfillment. The Kaiser, coming from Prussia. Germany and Austria. Turkey again made strong by Ger- many. In speech and appearances the kaiser fits the visions. The kaiser disregards internation- al treaties, laws and customs. True in the present war for tho f...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 12 October 1917

V 1 an TEXAS STATE COUNCIL ?-' OF DEFENSE DAY MONDAY, OCT. 15, SET A8IDE BY 8TATE FAIR OF TEXAS FOR MEETING. Do You Want to Sel Your Li .XI . V 'J EXPECT 1,500 DELEGATES n If so the Mutual Lumber Company, of Bartlctt will gladly pay you par value for same on account. berty Bonds With Branch Councils In 210 Coun- ties and Low Railroad Rates to Dallas a Largo Attendance l Assured Patriotism Is Key Note. Monday, October 15th, has boon designated as tho date for tho meet- ing at tho Stato Fair of Texas of tho Texas Stato Council of Dofense. Tho Texas Council Is a branch of ) I c See Us If To fl. R. GROSSE, Mgr. S6 TRIBUNE and NEWS Tho Tribune has always labored for the upbuilding of Bartlctt and the 'editor has done his "bit" and no one will deny it. With the various colored aicms ad vcttising the big sales, and the great crowds of people coming from miles around tojnake purchases, we would think a carnival was in progress. Let the good work go on it benefits the people. If there ever w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 12 October 1917

l!.V IV LOCALS AND PERSONALS Trade wih Ed. Ilcinsohn and save money. Rowntrcc Bros pay more for your cottonseed. ' o R. L. Wilson, of Midway, wnB hero Wednesday on business. o FOR SALE: Bobin. Red Tnrkics. Mrs. Wylie McGinnis. -o- Don't fail to visit the Big Sale at the Walton Dry Goods Co. Second-hand Moon Buggy and har- ness for sale cheap. J. J. Bucek. Herman Wolf, of Walburg, remem- bered the Tribune this week. Assistant County Attorney Hblloy, wna here yesterday from Bolton. o Shipment new Mackcral and Herr- ing Just arrived at Rowntrec Bros. o Second-hand Moon Buggy and har- ness for salo cheap. J. J. Bucek. a . Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Braun, of Wal- burg, were hero yesterday shopping. Joo Reese left Sunday for North Texas, after a few days' visit hero with his parents. o Just received a new line of hats at reasonable pricos. Mrs. C. P. Hawkins. Mr. Harry Riecher, of Temple, is hero in a visit to his sister, Mrs. W. W. Walton. o STRAYED: From my place Oct. 10, 3 brown mare mules a...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 12 October 1917

I I Convenient Improvements For Your Home that will delight the whole family, French Doors in the place of the old sliding ones. IVIillor Doors, really useful, as well as ornamental J. m Built in Kitchen Cabinets, that save steps and look good. Swinging Doors between the dining room and kitchen, We will gladv furnishyoulblue prints and cuts of thesefand many more good arrangements Fairchild Lumber Company D, D. FAIRCHILD, JR., Manager PHONE NO. 3 Bartlett and Schwertner LOCALS AND PERSONALS Ford Auto for sale by Rowntrco Bros. Miss Inez Bell has returned from a visit to San Saba. o Hardin & Wcidersphan Bros, have Coal for sale. $6.50 per ton. o Jim Izard and Prof. Baker wero Belton visitors Sunday. o Remember the Big Economy Sale at Gefsbach-Wacker Co. o Earl McCoy returned home this week from Corpus Christi. o Don't forget to attend the closing oui sale at Walton Dry Goods Co. o Ju3t received car of rich Bran at $1.90. S. H. Hopkins, o Sheriff Lee Allen was here Sunday from Geo...

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