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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 16 November 1917

,.' in It 3F IM3 SCR.NEV FROM "VM THOS.H. INCE'S CIVILIZATION Crescent Theatre Saturday, Nov. 17 Matinee And Night. Prices, 25c, 50c and 75c. - W. V. Irvin has sold lu's farm west of Jnrrcll. Mrs. Milton Hair is visiting in Aus- tin this week. Plenty of Dark-Brown Hose, at the St. Louis Store. Grover Starling was "here yester- day from Waco. Joo Knight went to Mason county this week on a hunt. Milton Hair was a San Antonio visitor Sunday. Get them at the St. .Louis Store. What? Dark-Brown Hose. Hon. W. S. Brookshire, of Granger, was a Bartlett visitor yesterday. , Mrs. Rogers, of Bowie, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Johnnie Wacker. y,. ,y v J. H. Davis and family were here Wednesday from Jarrell, shopping. 7L - 7 Just received a shipment of Ladies' Brown Hose, at the St. Louis Store. .", Sheriff Leo Allen was here Wednes- day from Georgetown, on a social vis- it s l Mrs. E. C. Haeber and children where they have been for several , weeks. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Gillespie, of Grandview...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 16 November 1917

w- MN$MMg$M$ly$Mgltf$ StM$MM$M,4IMMM,0k Convenient Improvements for Your Home that will delight the whole family, French Doors in the place of the old sliding ones. Mirror Doors, really useful as well as ornamental. Built in Kitchen Cabinets, that save steps and look good. Swinging Doors between the dining room and kitchen, We will glady furnish you blue prints and cuts of these and many more good arrangements Fairchild Lumber Company D. D. FAIRCH1LD, JR., Manager PHONE NO. 3 , Bartlett and Schwertner $p3MMflMIMiwS4MHMl!iMMi!I LOCALS AND PERSONALS Carlic Rowntree visited in San An- tonio this week. E. A Cauthen hq$ returned from Oklahoma. FOR SALE: Wood at my farm for $2.60 ped cord. Dr. G. M. Blair. j Miss Lucile Morgan visited friends in Florence last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Scharnburg vis- ited in Granger Monday. John Hyzak, of Granger, was here Monday on business. L. Longosky, who is at Camp Travis, was here Sunday. J. W. Cowan and family went to Waco Sunday to see the Cotton...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 16 November 1917

i) .? DftY YEAR IN WILLIAMSON COUNTY WAS ALSO IN 1857. (Georgetown Commercial) Sylvoator, Tex., Nov. G,-1 read in tho Commercial a few wceki ngo that ITrcd Hogan Brincklum said that ho wmo to Williamson county in 1858 nd this year was tho driest year since that time. Well, Fred is right so far back as that goes, hut tho year heforo Fred camo in 1857 was as dry as this year. I was only a mall boy then, seven years old, but I remember it well. My father then Jived on Brushy creek, one mile south tho Charley Saul old ranch. Mer- chants in thoso days had to freight all their goods from Houston on ox wagons. Tho teamsters generally had from flvo to seven yoko of oxon to each wagon and tho farmers raised their own wheat for bread. They gen- erally sowed tho hedge row variety. In that drouthy year tho wheat didn't trow high enough to tio in bundles and somo of tho farmers' wives and daughters carded and spun cotton thread, or twine, to tie the wheat with -They didn't have any reapers r bin...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 16 November 1917

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 23 November 1917

AND NEWS R. P. CATES. Editor and Prop. BA.RTLETT. WILLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1917." $1.00 Year. VOL. XXXII. No. 25 A It X L C. HAEBER BUYS WALTON DRY GOOD GO. Among tho important business tioals made in Bartlott recently, is tho purchapo of tho Walton Dry Good3 Oo.'s stock by Mr. E. C. Hacbor, who now has charge of same This is ono of tho oldest business concerns here, having been Btartcd some thirty years ago, and successfully managed by Mr. Walton, who retires. Mr. Hacbor has been identified with Bartlctt's business interests in various capac- ities for many years, and is a success- ful business man, well and favorably konwn. In speaking of tho trasfer, Mr. Wnnfcnr nfitfivl tn tlin Trihuno reported that ho will positively close out the tock by January 1, 1918, and in or- der to accomplish this, it will bo sold at cost for cash, only nothing re- serve everything must go, and those who wi3h to Avail themselves of an opportunity to purchase staple mer- chandise at...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 23 November 1917

g, November 24th Promptly at 8 Minutes After 8 O'clock I ilarls Saturday Mornin F V I WAIT UNTIL I Bortlptt TpVriQ I f Suonses! I A TERRIFIC SALE SENDING DEATH AND DESTRUCTION TO HIGH PRICES, DEMORALIZING COMPETITION, WILL BRING THOUSANDS OP PEOPLE FROM FAR AND NEAR TO THE SALE AT I. GOLD'S. mmense agnificent Bargains! Thousands o Kead on every itate5 act at once the Buying Public days. Itisc ices for the; d sales. Don't hes- sensational sale that e will continue 1 4 i. .i -. r .i -r . .! r i ' . u..l,.uii J chmonnnc oall If will !-. rKararf ri-7r1 tw ftnnnorh thrilling sensational selliner for a hundre nr rnpn wair rnr rns lwenncin vciilui v a iiiuai i ciiiai aouic wju ouh-",--"-i3 w. . .. w.vw..-- ,, 0 c D ' ... .. . . .. 1 1 T"! . . i . l i i.1 I. i i r aj . , Qt.,,j-,,r w,,. Nmwmhsr 74fh nf Mohf minnfpR nash ciaht o c ock. l he erreatest revoiun on m mercnanaismEr, me most , wnen me oargam noou ya.cs wpcu aiuiuajr '""5. iWww - .-, -- & x 0 " , , , t i TL. v-u 4- i u, ( rin i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 23 November 1917

-fllfTPSBBP" f Tl'T ' i" V T"l" T VfW t' r h ; .w -. - i s rrosoecis r or Th c future Put Another peci 1 pecials ror Produce American Beauty Flour half sack at $1.55, large sack $3.00 Standard Granulated Sugar and Y. C. Sugar per pound 10c Red and Green Velva Syrup per gallon 80c, half gallon Temple Garden Coffee, per pail now only -4 75c OK !' Best grade Olives at .'v.. ,-f. !" V ' 20c 'A' Jack Prost Baking Powder . . 20c Welches Grape Juice ". 20c One lot Michigan Salt large sack 7 70c Sour Pickles per gallon or gallon jar only ; : 75c Fancy Pea Berry Coffee, regular 25c grade now "'; 20c Crusto Compound Lard, regular $1.00 grade now ...75c Extra Fancy Bartlett Pears, regular 35c now "; Best Michigan Salt per barrel $2,50, per 100 pound sack 15 Gallon barrel Best Kraut at $7.50 3 pound can Kraut per cans at , 1 5c 3 pound can Hominy at '....:. .. 10c 3 pound can Pie Peaches at ..,. -. . f. y. 1 5c f 2, pound can Beans at '. Z . 1 0c 2 pound can Pine Apple-at ,. J&&&4.i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 23 November 1917

V DIVISION PUBLICITY OFFICE o NINETIETH DIVISION, o Camp TrnvlB. San Antonio, Tex., Nov! 14, 1917. (Special to The Tribune:) No one knows better than General Mien, commanding the 00th Divi- sion, National Army, at Camp Travis, that an efficient nrmy is an army composed of soldiers who nre in good health. Those who have sent mem- bers of their respective familips to compose this great division, can havo a no moro comforting thought than that everything that modern science, eternal vigilance nnd constant watch- fulness can do is being done to keep the soldiers at Camp Travis strong in body nnd in the best of henlth. In no line of endeavor is that axiom "eternal vigilance is the price of lib- erty" applied with greater energy than at Camp Travis. The 00th Di- vision is like one big family. Its ef- ficiency as a fighting unit is impaired by each soldier in that command that is sick. Not only to provide the greatest possible efficiency, but also lo conserve the bodies of the soldiers for...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 23 November 1917

T5he TRIBUNE and NEWS FRIDAY", NOVEMBER 23. THANKSGIVING TIME. Gratitude is one of the moat boau- tiful graces. Nothing so embitters the soul and spoils the beauty and richness of the world as an ungrate- ful Heart. While many today look mto the "Cup of Life" only to grum- ble and rail at what it contains, let us thank God that others have eyes for the blessings that are theirs. There is nothing more beautiful to look upon than a grateful, loving spirit. It speaks in the gracious kindly voice; it acts in the generous, helping hands; it sees good in all things, and even when its skies arc overcast it knows that in the great plan, some clouded days arc best. There is too little of the fruitful joy of Thanksgiving in most of our too much troubled anxieties over lives; too much strenuous striving, many things. The understanding sou can rejoice in the happiness and joy around it, that makes something of the great Day of Thanksgiving, besides a season of frolic, feasting and pleasure. Isn...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 23 November 1917

J0HI3PII WELDON BAILEY'S REl'LY TO ALBERT BUItLESON. Washington, Nov. 10. Former U. S Senator J. W. Bailey, hns'rccoivcd ijumorous letters from Texas friends sis well ns newspaper clippings com- menting on a nowspapor intorviow given out by Po3tmnstcr General Burleson, on tho occasion of the re- cent visit to Texas by the head of the postofllce department. CommentinR upon this interview, Senator Bailey said: "I sec that ono Albert Burleson has volunteered, through the public prints, a jStatemcnt that I will receive very few votes If I become a candi- date for tho United States senate next year. If I were offering myself to the people of Texas for their suf- frage, I would rccognlzo tho right of every man in tho State to dis- cuss my fitness for tho oflico which I sought nnd the probabilities of my ' election. "But in view of tho fact that I voluntarily retired from public life four years ago, and have not evinced the slightest desire to re-enter it, it would seem that my enemies, at...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 23 November 1917

GW V. If h 9' me TRIBUNE and NEWS FRIDAY, N0VEMI1EU 23. Remember that Clark Street is not a race track. Of all the evils abroad at this hour in tho world, insincerity is the most dnngordtfs. Froude. The most virtuous of all men is he that contents himself with being vir- tuous without being anxious to ap- pear bo. Plato. Don't quit business on account of the war, but double up on it. This is no time to "slack" on anything. Everybody must help win. Never in its history did Bnrtlett have a better trade from adjoining towns than this fall. It pays to ex- tend invitation and then give the bar- gains. That's what Bartlett mer- chants are doing. The Bartlett merchants do not propose to havo any goods left over, this year, even if this section did fall a victim to the drouth. They put the lowest possible prices on staple goods, in order that the people could afford to buy them. Plotters against thi3 country should be given governmental recognition and aid. A nice little plot of their own, ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 23 November 1917

frr f-i JL' i 4 W y && m '., i '. LOCALS AND PERSONALS has returned homo L W Wilhitc from Waco. W. It. Decker has our thanks for his annual renewal of subscription. Did you see that window full of baskets at Lawrence Bros.? ' Get them at the St. Louis Store. What? Dnrk-Brown Hoso. Itaynster Rain Coats just in. Get at Lawrence Bros. J. W. Marham, of Was here yesterday. Floyd county, "Who is Number One?" every Tuesday at tho Crescent. Mr. II. S. Skinner ord rs the Trib- une sent to Mrs. M. S. McCluro at Itasca. Wo shall have bountiful supplies of. Xmas candies, fruits, etc The Gersbach-Wacker Co. S.fgcant Ray Moss, of Camp Tra- vis, was here Sunday on a visit to friends. Antono Pacha, who lives near Hol- land, was in town yesterday and re- "membcred the Tribune. For Xmas Apples, it will yivj you to visit apple headquarters. The Gcrsbacli-Wackcr Co. George Ware, who is stationed at San Antonio, was at home this week on a furlough. A nice shipment of Fine Georgette and Crepe do ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 23 November 1917

r Jdf' 44'44-'M,M'W',M4IMW",,,s, To Form Choral Club. I Convenient Improvements For Yoyr Home that will delight the whole family. French Doors in the place of the old sliding ones. Mirror Doors, really useful as well as ornamental. Built in Kitchen Cabinets, that save steps and look good. Swinging Doors between the dining room and kitchen. We will glady furnish you blue prints and cuts of these and many more good arrangements Fairchild Lumber Company D. D. FAIRCHILD, JR., Manager PHONE NO. 3 Bartlett and Schwertner MM44,HM4"MHI"WW'H"4"I'"' LOCALS AND PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ware visited in Austin the past week. 0. R. Cline and O. F. Bolk attended court in Georgetown this week. Don't forget to attend I. L. Brown's big sale now goinjr on. Frank Ovcrby was in F6rt Worth this week on business. J. D. Bell made a business trip to Austin Saturday. Mrs. J. B. Bailey is visiting in El- gin this week. Miss Virgie Bell visited friends in Holland this week. " XmaB opening at Curling's. Ne...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 30 November 1917

aw (&tt AND NEWS R. F. CATES, Editor and Prop. B ARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1917. . $1.00 Year. VOL. XXXII. No. 26 JJuW4kheim3 i e In ff nF e huff it m M ri Fort Worth, Texas, Nov. 28, pamp Bowie and th6 three aviation fields, comprising Camp Taliaferro, wore placed under quarantine toioy, fol- lowing the appenrancc of eight cases of spinal meningitis in the, former place. The quarantine of aviation fields was morely a precaution nieas- urc. The men arc allowed to come to town in cases of necessity but are forbidden to congregate in buiIHnes Civilians arc allowed to go to and from Camp Bowie as usual. . "There is no ocension for alarm," says Lieut. Col. R. P. Motcalf, divi- sion surgeon for Camp Bowiex in a' statement Issued tonight. According to figures from the Camp Bowie base hospital, there' are 1,688 cases of sickness, of which 832 arc a minor case of measles, 218 pneumonia, eight spinal meningitis and the others minor complaints. Lieutenant Col...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 30 November 1917

mmmrnmrnmnatm wn m m 9rmimmnnrM V CJAe TRIBUNE and NEWS 'Ml l i:iiv I ) WUlJi ! No nifut ban n rifrM to forte upon another his standard of morality, for the simple reason than no mnn ha"? a perfect Standard Ex. The Bible warns Christians against "Wolves, m Sheep's clothing. So there arne ninny disloyal hearts beat- 'nn; behind the tinv Old Glorv pinned on the coat lapel Hamilton Record. LOST Somewhere on Main or Sixth street, a dollars's worth of bacon. The mtat was in a black faded visitmir card case. Finder er will please re' urn and be gladdened by our smile of grnditude. J. II. Lowrey in Honey Grove Signal. ftext time you hear a wise guy ranting about the huge profits the farmer is coining, remind him that thera are several million acres of land in this little old country and home of it would be tickled to death to yield its treasures to him. Bolton News. Dave Isaac, of the Union Ridge community was a business visitor to Thorndnle Saturday. Mr. Isaac re- tpored that the Cow Cros...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 30 November 1917

No. 5422. REPORT OF THE CONDITION of tho First National Bnnk nt Bnrtlott, in tlio Stnto of Texas, at tlio cloao of business on Novchikor 20th, 1017s: KESOUltCES. Loans and discounts $372,82U.93 Acceptances of other banks discounted 18,'i33.5 Foreign Bills of Exchange or Drafts sold with in- dorsement of this hank, not shown under Itom d above (see Itom 6Gc) :. ?391,4G3.46 U. S. bonds deposited to secure circulation (par Value 75,000.00 U. S. bonds and coilillcntes of indebtedness owned and unpledged 20,000.00 Total TJ. S. bonds (other than Liberty bonds) ' and certificates of indebtedness Liberty Loan Bonds, unpledged, 3 per cent and 1 per cent Liberty Loan Bonds, pledged to secure U. S. and oth er deposits, 3 per cent nnd 4 per cent Stock of Federal Reserve Bank (50 per cent of sub- scriptions) Valuo of banking house 13,080.10 Equity in banking houco .'. Furnituro and fixtures Lawful rdsorvo with Federal Reserve Bank. Cash in vault and not amounts due from national hanks .'. " ' Ne...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 30 November 1917

'-i'i ..i 'S 15he TRIBUNE and NEWS FRIDAY NOVEMBER 30. Vote for the Bond issue Dec. It is for your good. 10. If there ever was a town in Texas dosorving of a pood hotel building, it is dear old Bartlctt. What are we going to do about it? Directors of the State fair an- nounced Wednesday that net profits from the 1017 fair, totaled ?86J)26.28, of which $50,000 was appropriated to buy Liberty Bonds. Maybe Hindenburg reported it thus- ly to Bill: "Our men succeeded in making a satisfactory and rapid re- trograde movement despite a trou- blesome fire from the enemy's tank schutzengrnbenvemichtangauto- mobil. Austin American. ONLY TWENTY YEARS AGO. Two suits were filed Wednesday, in the district court at Austin, by the Eastham heirs against the State and the prison commission individually for debt claimed to be due the plain- tiffs. The last legislature, by a spe- cial act, granted permission to the plaintiffs to institute suit against the State. The following resolution was pass- ed at ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 30 November 1917

UKtolnOMiMSUgiJMi "i V M. P. Hnlr was in Hutto Thur&da Raynstcr Rain Coata just in. Get nt Lawrence Bros. Mrs. S. R. Cockroll visited in "San Antonio this week. "Who is Number One?" every Tuesday at the Crescent. Get them ut the St. Louis Store. What? DarktBrown Hose. Mayor Stanton Allen and little son, Gene, went to Austin today. J. A. Valcntc, who now lives at Rosenberg,vas here this week, t't Drew Walthal left today for Aus- tin, where he will join the Navy. Carlie Rowntrec spent Thankspiiv- ing in Austin, the guest of friends. R. Bt Ramsey is among those who 'remembered the Tribune this week. Arch Nixon js reported to bo on the sick list at his home east of town. Just received a shipment of Ladies' Brown Hose, at the St. Louis Store. . FOR SALE Ford car, good condi- tion, at a bargain. A. Gersbach, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. W L. Stokes spent Thanksgiving with relatives at Jnr- rell. Shop early, and get the pick of XmiiB toys, at Curling's Necessity Store. Mr. and Mrs. Tom McKenzie, o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 30 November 1917

"H"?" E,4,MS,"Ml4,M"t"HM"i'MMM'',l 'HWi,lHM,,lMMfrW'fr Convenient Improvements For Yoyr Home that will delight the whole family, French Doors in the place of the old sliding ones. Mirror Doors, really useful as well as ornamental. Built in Kitchen Cabinets, that save steps and look good. Swinging Doors between the dining room and kitchen. We will glady furnish you blue prints and cuts of these and many more good arrangements Fairchild Lumber Company D. D. FAIRCHILD, JR., Manager PHONE NO. 3 Bartlett and Schwertner JimJ.J HAVE YOU A LBTTfeU? LOCALS AND PERSONALS Mrs. I. Gold visited in Taylor Tues- day. Jim Knight went to Corpus Chris- ti this -week " FOR RENT Two farms. See Rowntree Bros. Chas. Vitek and family visited in Granger Sunday. FOR RENT Two residences close in. See Rowntree Bros. Editor D. M. West, of Jarrell, was here Tuesday on business. FOR SALE Two Ford autos at a bargain. See Rowntree Bros. Will Isaacs, of Thondale, was here Sunday on a visit to his mother. Bryant Mes...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 30 November 1917

M It i rf THE GREAT UESTION V PART I. I Tlf ui iiiiiipii iw.llwww wmmm wwiihiimmiiuii nuut economize and save In th nome You wealthy antemouUlsU must curtail your extravagances and let thp Automobiln Manufacturer be free to make tnwkn and can fur llio Government Yau society v. onion must realize that It Is vulgarity and o o o o DIVISION PUBLICITY OFFICE O NINETIETH DIVISION, O I Camp TravlB. o fl What la my duty; what Is the most sonslblo and profltablo course for mo to follow In my private and busInosB affairs during tho contlnu- anco of the war? This la the great question con- fronting every American citizen. Horo Is a common-sonso roply: Beforo wo can settlo tho matter In detail, wo must grap thoso element- ary principles which govern national affairs. This does not Involvo groat learn- ing or research, for economic knowl- edge Is llttlo olso than common-sonso applied to big subjects. The war will bo won by tho Na tion which can placo tho greatest number of men, tho greatest amou...

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