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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 30 November 1917

HHtab. 'hII!. JJHIJHiHH IHE H shhh hHh "X is higher fchan has been for forty years and all indica- tions points to very high prices another year. Feed and lab6r will he expensive on account of the World War and severe Drouf h in Texas. e will pay a premium on all cotton you have on hand from this year's crop. Our special prices will go on for another week, also the special high of50c per Doz. for Eggs, 35c per lb for Mould Butter. We Will Pay as Much as Anyone For Your Turkeys American Beauty Flour half sack at $1.55, lare sack ....$3-'oo Standard Granulated Sugar and Y. C. Sugar per pound -m 10c Red and Green Velva Syrup per gallon 8oc, half gallon 40c Temple Garden Coffee, per pail now only ' .mm:A : y$t Sour Pickles per gallon or gallon' Jar only .... .1. :,.:...:..'...-.. .,?.... .:.75c Fancy Pea Berry Coffee, regular 25c grade now...,: '::r.:y.t.t' 20c Crusto Compound Lard, regular $uoo grade now !.:.. .?.!.. ...-. 75c ExtraFancy Bartlett Pears, regular 35c now ..,-,.. 25,c Bes...

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

ffiif hunt i AND NEWS n. F. CATES. EDITOR AND Prop. BARTLETT, WILLI AMSON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER, 7, 1917. $1.00 YEAR. VOL. XXXII. ' No 27 I" " ... llHllllllWilllilW IHWHiWIIWIIIIWIlMMIIIII II " '" -.,,, ., , - .- .r .--TTT , .. 1,,-,, liiiMnlWMWlJlMlMWIMjjLj1i.miJLj i& XfVIAS DRIVE NOW Orl In order to n successful member- ship drive for the Red Cross, in this community, n public maBs meeting has boon arranged for Thursday night, Dec. 13, at the M. E. church. Meeting will open at 7 o'clock. Some prominent out-of-town spenk-J vra win uo pruseni, wno win impart tho nescessary information for tho work in hand. Be there, bring some ono with you, get in the saddle and let us make a drivo worthy of our steel. No slackers, but instead enthusi- astic Boosters is our motto. Wo arc going on record in this great work as second to none. This conquest is in the interest of Home, Country and Humanity. Publicity Committee. , L. SHIELDS OF SALADO DEAD; WILL ALSUP IS ARRESTED. Last Satu...

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

I) 15he TRIBUNE and NEWS FRIDAY, DECEMBER 7. .. If you don't see proper to use the iVibuno's columns- to advertise your business, please attend to your own business nr.d let the paper n'one. Don't get mad at wht your local paper says about you, but just think a moment how thankful you ought to be, fro whnt it knows about you, and does not publish. American National Guards units representing every Stele in tho Union are now in Frace; tho Rainbow Divi- sion, representing thirty-three States, included. Reports that American soldiers have been shot for desertion in Amer- ican training camps are untrue. Those who do not know and ene- mies of our army keep this fiction circulating, and some of them arc women. Take notice. Temple Tele- gram. Bartlett has two of the largest hardware, implement and furniture houses in Bell, Williamson or Milam counties and their annual business is exceeded by no houses in this sec- tion of the state. These houses draw much trade to the town frcm a dis- tance...

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

I PUBLICITY DEPARTMENT 0 OP FOOD ADMINISTRATOR 1 FOR TEXAS. 2,000,000 CATTLE STARVING. TO DEATH IN WEST TEXAS. Houston, Texas, Dec. 1, 1017. TO THE EDITOR OF TEXAS: The immediate shipment of r'.ce straw as roughngo for cattle in tno drouth-stricken nrens of Texas, has been made possible through a prior- ity order issued on Friday, Novem ber 30, by Robert S. Lovctt, Chairman of the board of priority commission. The order i3 a Bupplemont to Order No. 4, making possible the immedi- ate shipment of cottensecd meal ond cottonseed cake, no wcxtended to in- clude hay, rice straw, hulls and for- ogc. The order applies to all railroads in Texas, New Mexico, Louisiana, Oklahoma, Arkansas and Missouri The action of the board of prior- ity in this extending order is the ro- csult of the meeting held in Hous- ton, November 27, when rice grow- ers and cattlemen agreed on a price of $15 a ton for rico straw, f. d. b cars at point of origin in Texas. Ad- ministrator Pcdcn states that prices will bo...

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

' ! It if She TRIBUNE auJ NEWS OUR SOLDIER BOYS AND XMAS. Letter From Camp Bowie. This is the happy Christmas time, and tho Child is King. The Babe of Bcthlohom has converted tho cradlo into n throno. No monarch of earth holds such undisputed swny over his subjects as the little sovereign of tho home. The curly head wears the crown and the tiny hands bear the scepter. Well it is for us that the Christ- ma? time should revive memories of childhood. So absorbed are we in grappling with the stern, hard con- ditions of life, we might forget that this old world was once touched with a glory that never shone on land or sea. Only a few years ago, Tho Boys, in training and at the front, were nestling in their mother's arms at tho good Christmas .time, happily an- ticipating their littRfgifts. These boyo have bravely responded to tho call of humanity and will be deprived of the happy association of loved ones at this Christmastidc. At this Crucial hour, in what way can we best honor them and...

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

o W l 4 b Per Cent Interest R.ate! For Medium and Lnrgc Farm LoniiH Your loan is not sold. Only ono deed of trust Only ono principal note. Only ono sot of interest coupons No commiaision charges. No brokerage fee. No interest paid in advance. No second mortgage notes to bo paid in full if you want to take advantage of your option. Just a Straight Loan Without any Catches. T. G. Cloud & Co. Toinplc, Toxiih Itoomn 7 and 8 Over Fnrmrr'n Stnto Ilnnk. Christmas toys at Ed. Heinsohn. Sam .Young was on the sick list this week. Boost your school by advertising in its annual. S. E. Jones, of Jacksonville, Is here on business. Advertise in the School Annual and get double results. I. B. Warren, of Waco, was a Bart- lett yisitor Wednesday. N. Summers and P. N. Burnside were jurors in Belton this week. Blessed is the peace maker, Christ- mas goodp at Ed. Hcinsohn's store. FOR SALE Span of red mules, gentle and young. See Bridges Bros. Mr. J. W. Jackson and Miss Nolie Bolding visited ip Mood...

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

nACtMMwri M&WrtW$QMW$b1f&t$WWJiQQWWM$WQ'lr4rW&tt&t& Central Christian Church. ff?-'' 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. FAIRCHILD, JR., Manager PHONE NO. 3 Bartlett and Schwertner f'fot frtlfr3'fr'iIMI'IiM,iMII"fr'llI,tMIt"I"i v'Il,I''IwI'vI,vv,I',IlI''I',I,vvvlI,I'V'I''IvYIt Wo invito you to study the Diblo with U3 at 10 a. m. Sermon nt 11 o'clock; Thome, "A Study of the Supremo Character of History." Sermon at 7 p. m.jThcme, "Paul at Athena." A cordial welcome awaits you. Sparks From The Anvil. LOCALS AND PERSONALS FOR KENT Two farms. See Rowntree Bros. Gus. Beyer remembered the Trib- une Saturday....

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

lJL 4 i :t ; as VCC WE ARE IN A POSITION TO OFFER. THIS SEASON'S HIGH-GRADE MERCHANDISE AT REDUCED PRICES. 1 Ow aZ3 carcity and tKe unisual high advance did not prevent us from hand- ling an immense stock as we always do. TVt f1 1 a YXf CT Scrs n Ladies' Recdy to wear, Men's and Boy's Clothing, ilullSdnUh Ladies Boots. Holiday Novelties of oir recent purchasing while in the Eastern Markets at low prices have arrived and more yet to come. E very t iirir& n our department store will be marked down at prices which Will will enable you to provide your entire family for months to come. T DON'T PERMIT US TO MENTION THE NUMEROUS BARGAINS AWAIT- ING YOU. WILL MENTION A FEW ONLY, Ladies' Ready to Wear We maintain our wide reputation in handling up to the minute Ladies' Ready to Wear, at low prices. Large assortment of Ladies' Coat Suits, values from $15.00 to $27.50 going during this (h D Q 7 IE sale at $9.95 to $. U A large assortment of Ladies' Coats. Latest shades and newest models. P...

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

I 7 OSWALD-BELL NUPTIALS Miss Virginia Bell Becomes Bride of fohn Clyde Os- wald of New York. Monday aftornoon, at two o'clock, at tht Presbyterian church, the mar- viage of Mi Virginia Allen Boll and Mr. John Clyde Oswald was connum- ated in the presence of a host of friends of tho populnr bride, than whom thoro has novor been one more beloved by nil tho people of our little city. Tho church was boautifully decorated and fcaturos of oimplicity and elegance wore ovcrywhero domi- nant, portraying the loving thought .and interest of her fellow club women and friends, ' under whose suporin- tondency tho beautiful effect was wrought. Preceding tho entrance of the brid- al party, Miss Edith Bell, sister of the bride, sang, in her own soulful way, "All For You", with Miss Gladys Rowntrce at the piano, and Miss Anita Storrs, of Granger, in violin .accompaniment, and a full choir ftf voices, the bridal party en- tered to tho strains of Lohengren's chorus, tho brido upon tho arm of her siste...

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

V i vhvlii i in iii i "'wp- - jr- gap , 4 ' - -s.-'S. J '; i , f KW$ A ?; O.MV r. wiaF1 'A,1; ",.V . AND NEWS &.F. GATES. EoftOR AND PnOP. BARTLETT, WILLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIUAY.-DECEMBER, 14, 1917. $1.00 Year. VOL. XXXII. No. 28 ,"f, eight are injured u santa fe wreck. WIN BY BIG MAJORITY. RATES m RAILROADS. HAUL AT ROGERS. HB PTHd IB JH IV . IB -; '4T' in I 1) S t, 7 T v - iV i , 5 .- U V" If .' HI 1 1 .'J A f r J ' y I, ft , ' 'T fiS ,' ijw tyA A , 'W SA i . 9 4i - -j.;hi i ,,s EX-G0V. DISMISSED. j Austin, Texas, Doc 'i.-frpon wo- ' Win of District, Attorney it- E. Sftcl- ) ton, filed today, rthc indictment charg- i Ing former Governor James B. .For- ' Kueon With embczzlenlvcKt,-of $5,(300 of the Canyon City Norma.1 funds was dismissed "by Judge James It. Hamilton of tho Criminal District Court of Travis County. In grant- ing the mptioh to dismiss the indict- ment Judge Hnmilton said: "Thoro is a variance between tho allegations in the indictment as tho drawn, and the fac...

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

o US. Pi. M ,H Ku T5he TRIBUNE and NEWS PJHOAY, DBCKMBKn II. fc rest Milam count manned into the l-rv nlilfyi m 1ln. vpi1 Slorm TVvrr will b On without unv st.iti-wulc ' pv'tlon or leijiilalni n Lion Turn spuit m roasting the Kaiser ml Qcanianv, will .lot win this war. It is pouiir ti t ikp men mid money la fact, tin v is plenty for every one ttf us to do whether at home or road. TheTexa law of imposing a fran- chise tax on the entire capital of non- i'ealdent corporations doing business Within the State, has been declared unconstitutional by its Supreme XSourt. The Bohemian citizens, of Milam County, IjKVe by various means and contribujiom made up and turned over to the American Red Cross funds to the amount of $'100 This worthy donation wai turned over Wednesday. Cameron Herald. All the cases apuinst former Gov- nHH ITAMiiiittiAn Knifn linnn iiiDMMBaii1 by Judge James II Hamilton, of the I Travis countv Criminal Cpurt. All the cases against Ins appointees Jno. G. McKay and Churchi...

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

A- .A--0- mvISION PUBLICITY OFFICE VT-SfWTrt r.tfYttVM -i ft mia,LXKli.ll UlIlDlUili u I tamp Travis. 1 i -sj ALL BELk POVNT MOURNS ftHtrjfBlt SdLbtER'flC BOYS. JERUSALEM IS NOW IN POSSESSION OF THE BRITISII. London Dec. 10. Androw Bonot hiciff, chancellor of the exchequer, an f Wince All Boll chmty mournliitf -tot . J H t 1 J4- !.( t. V. B . i. ... 1 . IjI.II afc - - ifau- A. J JL.-4-ba Uk v- v -u vr u u " u w v n nor BIX sonusr imy, j.wr ot wuuiu rir IV improved physical Conditions 1b fW Mod St Camp i.owio, x ort nounced In the housa of commons ' .f i A.Vj',,. ., :.. Worth. Mlnnrlnv Jbnt .TprUMiilnm. flftnr TiM mi- hi beat argument 'along this lino to -ney &T. n . .. . l, found m Texm. can be seen at Sergeant McQowi, of lonp'c &W Hi avis. It n not malmg enjanimn1' "fnnlm',r,,V " Vl'n? jS.r than ban fact, to assert tout JIo"ry Alien SUanRe. of I he i-ul-tb -soldiers now at tamp Trav1S, Phur Springs community fl ,u u. , i,,,.un,r i Frank B. Thornton, Salado tfcU were when th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 14 December 1917

itfmimmntfmmiamwim fcrtmn . wimiNi8mMWHmtiWm$mmvmamHn'mmmiiammimHwiaumwmmmMiiiiv4m'M'ir .' minium tSSSSUVBtttWMOItKkSiSKi mmimctonmtmmMmmmmiMtwmtm&MmiJM)mmM mmmmmrtmmi&mimmmmm L3t3M Have ytm signed a pledge card for ttyp Red Cross? If not, why? I TT ..! ., .....J J TT.. iiUJiiuii urtx'u, luuieriiiiism ami liy pocrisy Hang About the Church Like a iMillstone. It ia n debatable question among the farmers, as to whether the grain was Kiui.ii uy me jaiu iicuiu trust it was not. We President Wilson has issued a proc- lamation limiting the alcoholic con- tents of malt liquors, oxcepting ale and porter, to two and three quar- ters per cent. Birthday Anniversary of a Distin- guished Citizen. ..(R. H. McCarty in Albany News.).. The curse of this age is commer- cial greed, unbolief and hypocrisy. Yes, our faith is measured by the commercial yard stick, and Christian graces arc the playmatos of dirty dollars. The sanctuary of the church has become the clearing house for the exchange of ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 14 December 1917

Central Christian Chinch. m r mmsmrnmmmmtfrim aws " "i Christmas Candies 1 i It's Verv Easy To PaV More ' But Very Hard to find Better Candies FBESH- CLEAN Bfl HB PURE ! diocdlates, Bon Bons and Pecan Candy . n'Iii Bulk as well as Beautiful Holiday Package? ' f' ' nIM eet and 'Entertain Your Friends Herein Environ- ifment of elegance .and refinement. ' You'll like the Hot or Cold Refreshments we serve, and the manner in which we serve them.' Bartlett, Texas Will Pochmann, who lives at Lejy- isvlllo, Toscris, is hero on a visit. Mr. Wm., Brnnncgan was in Taylor Tuesday on .business. Chrlstm&s toys at Ed. Hoinsohn. Roy Smart is at home this week on a- visit to his parents. . BORN To Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Laughlih, of this city, a boy. Just resolved a car of Bolle Wichita Flour, at Lawrence Bros. of You should see the beauti- ful stock of Ivory that we have for Christmas gifts Geo. Hempel, the Jeweler. Attorney B.,13. Thompson was in Granger yesterday on legal business. Get your toys ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 14 December 1917

u H f S Convenient Improvements For Your Home - thai will delight the Doors in the place of the alt sliding ones. Mirror Doors, really useful as well as flW1 ornamental. a BuJIt 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 Fairctiild Lumber Company D. D. FAIRCHILD, JR., Manager PHONE NO. 3 Bartlett and Schwertner 4444HI,,H,'lW'4,H,4'4,4,44,,H'4M!,,i'MJ,4,,"I"1' LOCALS AND PERSONALS Chas. Malechek was on the sick list this veek. m FOR RENT Two farms. See Rowntree Bros. Read tho ad ertitoment of the Har- di'i Hardware Co. in this issue. X "ty. Huckabec, who lived wost rf town, has moved near Holland. FOR SALE Two Ford autos at a bargain. See Rowntree Bros. BORN To Mr and Mr3. B. B. Thomson, -Friday, Dec 7, a boy. FO"R RENT Two residences close m See Rowntree Bros. M,r. W)H Isaac, of Thorndale, was here thisweekon a visit to his moth- er, '...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 14 December 1917

wm ImmmimypMtmiiuvi MIlliIUiUlIMUM'WMjUMWUIIlUMXI'!ilUftlilWiJHB min)nwniiiiiurMilimmnm.niMUnnwi I AKE ADVANTAG E OF THE GREAT "WMWMM w The T. LOU TOR Y fc A POSITION TO OFFER. THIS 'SEASON'S HIGH GRADE MERCHANDISE AT REDUCED PRICES. umim irmfcfc The Scarcity and tke uoisual high advance did rot prevent us from hand- ling ..n immense stock as we always do. of dollars 'in Ladies" Ready to wear, Men's and Boy's Clothing,. Ladies Boots. Holiday Novelties of oir recent purchasing while in the, Eastern Markets at low prices have. arrived and more yet to come. T ho PvPV H"IT1 in Ur department stdre will be marked down at prices which JL V CI y 1 LCI 1 1 will enable you to provide your entire family for months to come. T ( V BR c DON'T PERMIT US TO MENTION THE NUMEROUS BARGAINS AWAIT- ING YOU. WILL MENTION A FEW ONLY. a a We maintain jour Wide reputation in handling up to, the minute Ladies' Ready to Wear; at low prices: Large assortment of Ladies' Coat Suits, values from $15.00 to $27.50 ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 14 December 1917

MMaw ftA&JMttM o- t- -a "O o o--o. o o--0 o- p- -o o o t i Mwq ID IloniM Koll for November. Tho Ifcnor Roll for November is mtulft.utf njtt tho.lwilJ of proflcioncy in M&thetoatipti, thtt additional ro- nuircpjftht being iuade that each pupil have, a srrftd&o'f A in conduct; as-well as in .Mathematics: Miss Malhildo WhckcrVRoom. Tom Wool!.' , Sara Forrester. Hias. Blafr - Dpylc Ware, Mary "Hatch, Harvey Garrett, Lola Convert, .Toe Kunz, , Aubrey ;'Wllaon . Geo. Majstrovich, Chan. fcenaon, Irene Morgan, . Clara Grumbles, Carl Hopkins, ' Elizabeth Knicht. Miss Tillie Wackcr's Room. Mola Mac Vernon, Cecil Leatherman, Theodore Kunz, Louis Morrison, Mabel Leo Kollman Edwiha Powell, Dewey Bridges, Macola Wesson, Edwin Wutke. - " Second Grade. Chrlstjno Black, Pearl Dillard, Una Gobert, Nbrma,Saag6, tfittie Shcrmrth, Elsie Wernli, John Jones, Alice Koenning, Hnydon. Bryant, Lena Vernon, Sclma Wernli, Franklin Knight, Mansel Randolph; Curtis Scharnberg, James Wheeler, Herbert Wu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 21 December 1917

SPitc ",, ffi fr JUll WTW AND NEWS iU 4 A- a,'jtdfca'- B.f.OATES. EDITOR AMD Paop, BARTLETT, WLLIAMSON CbUNTY. TEXAS. FRI0AY, DECEMBER, 21, 1917. ' Sl.OO YEAR, VOL. XXXII. NofQ'' FLORtENGE SOLDIER The remains of Private D. J. Join- erf Compriny I., 143rd Infantry, Camp Bwie, wore brought to Bartlett yes- terday hnd shipped to Florence for bjiriai. Ho Is the son of Mrs. W. J. Joiner, of ' Florence. His,fathcr was OUR RB CROSS CHRISTMAS The Red Cross Christmas member- ship drive, to date, is a success and places Bartlctt on tho map as a gen- crous contributor to this great work. Down to date 1330 members have killed in an auto wreck nt George-. beca sccurcd.Mwcnty-five of whom The Tribune extends sympathy to Bf Mngurinp members.. In mos in- thc bercaVcd mother and other rela- stances the people were anxious. and tives. ' eager to join tnc ilea uross nnd the worK was tnus, made easy ipr the committees in charge. Bartlctt has established a record of which sho can justly be proud, Death ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 21 December 1917

75he TRIBUNE and NEWS FRIDAY, DECEMBER 21. fhc Victoria Deutchc Zeituntf, an established German paper, at Iftorin, has suspended publication Bring the wnr period religion that docs not teach men Mv to live seven days m the week " not the kind that will do to dio Kbv There ia omothing wrong with Sunday religion, if it will not last a week. Georgetown Tribune. Another individual we shnll testify against is the boa constrictor, who encourages a Hooverizcd breakfast nt home and then licks up a glutton lunch down town. Ex. Many people- arc advocating eat fish, and save meat. What are you going to do when the price if fish has Jumped up as high as meat? Some have advocated eating corn and save the wheat, when the price of corn has reached the top notch in high prices. Templo Mirror. Tho "oldest inhabitant" has still some more talk coming. They have all told us how long it has been since wo lftul just such a drouth, as oc- curred this year, and now they arc dilating on tho woather and tryi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 21 December 1917

,4 K SW 4 DIVISION PUflLIClTY OFFICE NINETIETH DIVISION, a Camp Travis. Tho soldiers of Camp Travis know it it Christina i-, Loniinp, and to do lTv employes of tho big postofllcc ' i handles bi in ul thnt 11 sent by, nt to 1' soldiers of tins big 1 p To tK ml thnt the things t the sold 10 .it Christma 1 time w be delnoicd 111 the beat possible miner, the fu'low.ig rules should hi followed: T'ndc. the po-ieinl caption of 1 ats," ull sent should be packed '" -tand the trip Food packed in 1. h flimsy tiinlaintri a a shoo or a 1 t b, is food wasted, if sent 'Vonuh the mail Only the heaviest nd of cardboard, or bettor still, ip-bt weight wooden boxes should be used in packing eatables. Poh't send liquids through the mail, unloss in liquid proof contain- i rs. Glassware must be in wood or double faced corrugated paste, board boxe, well pocked. It is absolutely necessary to place the correct and completo address on every package. This addross must be legible, nnd it must show the or- ganiz...

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