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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 21 December 1917

She TRIBUNE and NEWS FRIDAY, DECEMBER 21. CHRISTMAS GREETINGS. Tho Tribune extends greetings to its many friends and patrons at this Christmas time. Wo wish to thank ovoryono who has, in anyway, contributed to tho success of tho The Tribune. In serv- ing tho public wo have tried to bo impartial and shown a willingness to publish all Worth-while news. Wo ask you to assist us in every way possible to make ours a worthy paper and remember our columns are open to be used for the information and inspiration of mankind. While we, as a community, have had some discouragement during the past year, yet we hayo many things for which to bo thankful. We deplore the conditions that now prevail throughout the world. Tru- ly, "many arc the hearts that are nching tonight. Christmas, this year, should be a time of solemn contem- plation, and notwithstanding, wo have como to a time to celebrate our Sa- vior's Birth, and to hear the Christ- mas message of "Peace and Good Will," we approach the time re...

Publication Title: Bartlett Tribune And News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 21 December 1917

I- Christtnas Candies It's Very Easy To Pay More But Very Hard to find Better Candies rre Clean Pore Chocolates, Bon Bons and Pecan Candy In Bulk as well as Beautiful Holiday Packages Meet and Entertain Your Friends Here in Environ- ment of elegance and refinement. You'll like tlie Hot or Cold Refreshments -we serve, and the manner in which we serve them. Bartlett, Texas HMrrfflH'ir . wrniiiinifUBUff gitiwif itwwtbmi i LOCALS AND PERSONALS Mebanc Cotton Seed for sale at $1.50 per bushel. A. F. Sartor. Christmas toys at Ed. Hcinsolm. A. B. Dozier, of Taylor, was here Wednesday. FOR SALE Good cook stove, ?9. G. C. Kuler. All toy and do)ls selling cheap at Lawrence Bros. C. C. Shults remembered the Trib- me this week. ' Get your toys and dolls at Law- i - i ' rence Bros. W. L. Lange has our thanks for a renewal of subscription. Shipment of new Stetson Hats at Lawrence Bros. Isyour namo on the A. It. C. quilt in Leslie's show window? D. 'L. Pennington is stiil confined to his room from ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 21 December 1917

Ik w w LOCALS AND PERSONALS Lawrence Bros. arev closing out their toy ana turns ni a Dig qiscouiu. demons I'.io , of .icar Schwcrtner, TCinemberfd the Tribune this week. Save monoj by buiiiK at Law- rence Bro. Mr. R T,. demons, of near Schwertncr, paid his annual dues to the Tribune this week. Let ub have your produce at top prices. Farmers' Mercantile Co., Schwcrtner. The A. R. C. quilt is a beauty. Be "urc to be on the square at 3 o'clock for the auction. ' Only three more days left to shop for Xmas. Our stock is full of nice things. Visit us. Lawroncc Bros. A. K. Ramsey and P. M. Posey, of near Jarrell, were here Monday. FOR RENT Nice 5 room resi- dence on Clark Street. Apply to J3. Y. Daniels. Lieut. Taylor, of Leon Springs, was here Friday on a visit to his sister, Mrs. V. I. Moore. You can save big money on toys and dolls at Lawrence Bros. T C. Sontagr and Ray Bartlott have returned front Orange. Rcxall Aromatic Castor Oil pleas antly favored and sweetened. For sale by Condra ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 21 December 1917

1 t Ah BIG DEC. CASH SHOWER FOR DUCKNtiR'S ORPHANS HOME. Envelopes For the Questional res Lo9t En Route to Texas. Father Buckncr, founder and gen eral manager, will be 85 on January Third, 1918. This matchless institu- tion in tho pnst 30 years has housed, fed, clothed and taught 12000 orphan bfldren (estimnted), 'having oftch year full 700 prcsont from all parts of Tcxns and several other Statos. Most of thcml become Christians. No dependent white orphan child has boon turned away from tho un- selfish charity of this home. There- fore the many friends of this great institution, church membors and non- church members, desire to aid in its support by frco-will offering during the month of December, in honor of its great foundor and the mighty work done for orphan children under his management. January third is a great day at Bucknor's Orphans Homo. 1st, be- cause it is Father Buckncr's birthday; 2nd, it i3 a homecoming day for childron; 4th, it is cash Bhower day. This all makc3 it a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 21 December 1917

"S" 4 ., ,'w wjV 'I tii 0 HIGH SCHOOL NOTES; o 1 I Tho studonts of tho,;Bartlott High School have boon spondjng tho last fow dnys before tho 2Cmns 'holidays in hard studying. ' Tho High SchooK decided that thoy wanted to have 'n psrt In tho Red Cross XniRs Membership; the Ath- lctic Association, ntitlttg accordingly, appropriated ten dollars for a High School Memborship. However, many of tho students have pnid a dollar for individual "membership. The Literary Society program will be rendered Dec. 21, tho final pro- gram this year. Everybody is cbr- dlally invited to attemh The High School will havo "snolline- bee" Pridov liiornintr. Somo of tho boys arc. planning to attend tho Young Men's Conference nt Hillsboro, which begins next Week. After tho-Xmas holidays, wc will begin our work for "the year 1918, in our new High School building. Reporter. ni - First Methodist Church. Preaching Sunday morning and evening by the pastor. Christmas themes will be discussed at each hour. All tho m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 4 January 1918

i -tJT V vf r -2... . (HB t ' Utf 4 R. F. .GATES, Editor 'andjJrof Afi Jt. .aat -r3 dmanp'taii , ,vr KME.W S y ly '.' "Jas TLETT WLLIAMSON CQUNTffipfrfeXAS. FBIDAY, JANUARY, 4, 1918. $1.00 Year." VOL. XXXII. No. 30 THE RED CROSS DRIVE IN4VILLIAMS0N COUNTY. The following is the incom- plete returns of the Red Gross Christmas drive in Williamson coUnty, which closed Dec. 24. The returns, while incomplete in regard to some places, show the enthusiasm of our people' in all sections of the county in 'sus- taining the patriotic work of the Red Cross organization. ' Judge Critz is sure thafc the enrollment will more than total 12,000, as there are sgverol in- complete returns, and from some few localities no reports have so far been received u ' Georgetown r... ... $1424.00 Taylor 3171.00 Thrall .. .i... ,&.., 865.00 Granger (incomplete) '1105.00 Bartlett .; 1725:00 Weir . . , , 145.00 Hutto :... .., 740.Q0 Round RocK .'. 305.00 I.eander v. . 401.00 Liberty Hill..... i 220.00 Florence ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 4 January 1918

-l .""fc-fc. - Sfr. TRIBUNE and NEWS FRIDAY, JANUARY 4. PASS THE HORSE MEAT. A happy and prosperous New ear to everybody. Not a "drunk" in BartlotL during Christmas! Are you proud of your citizenship? Cotton sold for a higher price last Friday than for fifty years, according to our recollection. Christ and Him Crucified. So many of our soldier boys were here during Christmas, that it gave Bartlett the appear- ance of an Army Camp for a day or so. We all enjoyed their visits, and regretted that they had to leave us. Had you ever thought about it, that if it rains six inches a month, in this country until bountiful crops are assured, it will be next fall before the goods can bo delivered? In other words, its "sweet now and now" with all of us. The following from the Chil- dress Post is quite applicable to this section: "And still the rains do not come and the moisture is not here for making another crop, so the farmers are ' living and working solely on hopes for the future. They have...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 4 January 1918

"IV xt O H DIVISION PUBLICITY OFFICE o HimziiEin mviiu, u I tamp juruvio. i Surgical Dressings Room $ IN ecu ol Aid. Experienco of thousands of members of the National Army upon reporting for duty at Camp Travis has developed some "don'ls" that may bo timely for the second contingent of men selected to serve their country, who will, soon leave for training camps. The first one of those is an admonition against over- loading with all kinds of per- sonal effects. 'Some men have brought trunks, for which there is no room and no place. A suit case is the best thing in which to bring spare clothes and is a good thing to have here in which to keep clothes, whether you bring anything in it or not. Don't overlqad with under- wear, socks, shJrts, etc. Uncle Sam issues underwear and socks and you must wear the kind is- sued, so that your other articles will have to be disposed of or re- turned to your home. Don't wear your best clothes or even your good clothes to camp. It may be several days...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 4 January 1918

TRIBUNE and NEWS FRIDAY, JANUARY 4. A NEW YEAR MESSAGE. By Homer A. McCarty.) The year draws to its close with all its joys and sorrows, its pleasures and its pains, ,its bright days and its gloomy Weather, its high resolves and weak mistakes; it has com,e to the parting of the ways, and a wee stranger knocks at the door a bright little stranger with a clear record and a happy face. No matter what have been the trials and tribulations of the year just gone; no mat- ter how discouraged or down- hearted we may have become, Tioro in n nw Tiptriirnincr. nr -opening vista, an opportunity to muim u new ai-uiu uuu uuuluuj. effort in the right direction with God's help. The new year is a fine time to forget all grudges and dislikes ; it is a fine time to see in every human-being that divine spark which, if it were only kindled rightly, would glow and sparkle as do many bright lights; it iB a fine time to cast away care and anxiety, to be merry and light-hearted and put courage into falterin...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 4 January 1918

W" JtW"" ;1 "Jt n 7TWF - fflLS AND PERSONALS Mr. J. M. Allen is confined to , Jiia room with la-grippe. y Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Blair tfb occupying the C. J. Hoinsohn residence. Rev. C. W. Irvin and family spent Christm'as with relatives in Dallas. Mi, and Mrs. G. N. Breeding visited relatives in Florence the past week. Mrs. Calvin Rice and chil- dren spent Christmas with rel- atives in Dallas. Raymond C. Barlow returned to San Ahtonio Tuesday, after visiting home folks.. We are sorry to leam of the illness of the little son of 'Mr. and Mrs. Fred Taylor. Will Lawrence, Gene Shoe- maker and Mose Cox are on a hunt in Mason county. Ir. and Mr3. Volney Reed, of land, were guests of Mrs. I Duncan this week. Irs. C. M. Blair and children Irned Sunday from a visit Relatives in Wharton. Ir. and C. P. Hawkins are oc- lymg the Bell residence, near Presbyterian church. Mrs. Dud Foster, of Miles, Ss the guest of Mrs. Fred liite during the holidays. iMr. and Mrs. Otto Millhause, Moshien, were here ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 4 January 1918

J1', fllMH Best Wishes To our friends and customers. Your past favors have made our success possible and we want you to know your custom is most highly appreciated. During the year 1918 may peace and prosperity come t,o one and all. Cond ra Rexall Druggists - LOCALS AND PERSONALS Mr. J. W. McGregor, of Moody, was here Tuesday on business. Miss Laura Breihan visited relatives in San Antonio during the holidays. Mr. J. B. Stone, of Holland, was here Tuesday and kindly remembered the Tribune. i See us about Corn and Hay. Have cars arriving any day. Farmers' Mercantile Company, Schwertner. Martin Pastusek spent the past week with relatives at La- Grange. Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Blair vis- ited relatives in Smithville last week. Miss Margaret Daniels, who is attending C. I. A., at Denton, was at home last week. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Wilson apent the past week in Shaw- nee, Okla., with relatives. Mr. J. F. Ponder, of near Schwertner, was here Wednes- day on business and greeted his many friends. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 4 January 1918

;&! &: v wfeS KLf tt V P- IEAT CHRISTMAS IN FRANCE. American soldiers in I'Vntirn hfld tho boat Christmas of all. And yet tho people at home were almost weeping to think now dreary it was lor tne , boys to have the stormy Atlan- ta tic rolling between them and home. "An exile from homo, splen- dor dazzles in vain" wrote John Howard Payne in his im- mortal "Homjc, Sweet Home." Splendor may dazzle in vain, but the kind of splendor that came to the American troops in France didn't dazzle in vain. They must have had the time of their lives. And it happened this way. They had the opportunity to share their money, their pres- ents and their "goodies" with the poor little war victims of France. Wherever the American troops ' were located," with characteris- tic genersity they proceeded in a' perfectly sensible, energetic intelligent and American way to play Santa Claus to the desti- tute children of France. American Christmas trees blazed with the colored lights throughout the part...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 4 January 1918

. mftzmm. mmw nttaiiuttiiBBngairw "UT your yin by buy t will pay you to concentrate t ing from one place as nearly as possible all of your needs. You will find thai: it is very much more satisfactory. At the same time we would suggest that no one overbuy or stock heavily on any merchandise that may become scarce. Especially at this time, would it be an act of patriotism for you to buy only as you need. For the coming year we want all the legitimate business that we can get. We carry the most complete lines in everthing that you eat and wear and to that extent we want to serve you and are prepared to serve you. The past year has been our best. The reasons for otir growing are many. Our main drawing card is the prices we make, and the faclj that quality is in eVery piece of our merchandise and furthermore backed by our guarantee of satisfaction to you. Now again speaking of concentrating we want to sell you ALL of your needs in our line. It is better for you and better for us. It woul...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 11 January 1918

-AND NEWS .-r R. F. CATES. Editok and "" - THREE KILLED WHEN KATY TRAINS CRASH, Granger, Tex., Jan. 10, In n rear-end collision of 1st and 2nd and Texas railroad, the train be- No. 6, of the Missouri, Kansas ing rammed into being the San Antonio -train, known out of Granger as No. 25, Three men were killed and nine injured. The dead are: FRANK N. MOXLEY, Lins- dale, Texas. MORRIS COHN, Dallas, Tex- as. J. J. IIOFFSTADT, St. Louis, Missouri. Among the injured was one Austin man, S. H. Whitley, as- sistant state superintendent of public instruction, who received several bruises. He was taken to Austin with four others. The injured men are: A. W. Young, Jr., Hillsboro, Texas. - Oliver Clark, Little Rock, Ark. T. C. Brown, Dallas, Texas. F. H. Hull, Philadelphia, Pa. W. G. Dooley, New York, N. Y. W. H. Fairland, Chicago, 111. N. G. Mooney, engineer of the section. The fireman of the second sec- tion. According to Superintendent Johnson of the Smithville divi- sion, the first section had...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 11 January 1918

hh flg3iHsK&py esSSoRBBhSh S&siflHf h hsh dDH IHHI ml IH i When we first advocated the cash system last fall we knew that this country was up against a hard year and have never persisted in pressing our customers for their accounts, knowing that the time must come when they would expect us to sell them on opetr account? the same as usual. We did not load ourselves down with a lot of promises for the future, and felt that everyone whcf had gotten in debt on account of the disastrous drouth must realize in due course that the time had come when they must cut down expenses and make up for the loss of an entire feed crop ' and short cotton yield. The people had forgotten the year I9i4which left most of them without money, altho the country was favored with an abundance of feed and seed. Much capital and time has been wasted with automo- biles, hooze, hired help and other things which could have been "invested in something substantial so that in case of emergency everyone could h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 11 January 1918

TEXftS PEOPLE III THE WAR THE STORY OF A HOME a REGIMENT THAT IS TRY- ING TO PULL THE KAIS- ER FROM HIS THRONE. Few people 'know that there Is a Texas Regiment playing a great (pari in the war. In its ranks are to be found a girl school teacher; a confederate veteran of 77, maimed for life in the war; there is an alder- man, some locomotive engineers, a doctor, and several clergy- men. Many women are in the ranks of this strange regiment. The uniform consists of well- worn civilian clothing,' the regk mental motto is "Service"; its standard the Stars and Stripes. To explain further, there is in a certain Texas city of about 12,000 inhabitants a set of people- drawn chiefly from those not rich in this world's goods, who have made up their minds that they must personally help win the war. They have read carefully the advice given by the Government, they have de-. vised ways and means of their own to accomplish their object, arid. they have placed themsel- ves on record, in writing, ov...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 11 January 1918

fSgt MdMMHMMMM r v J ' "' ., "4.. mir '"I' ' r - j v '"IB 4 .' mm $ : 'i ji . rs i j i .Ht'Hi'M4'WW'4'M-'4"K-M-I-'Hf We Appreciate You We Appreciate Your Pat- ronage Dnring 1917 We appreciate everything you have done for us every word you have spoken in our behalf. We appreciate even those who might not feel kindly toward us, because they may believe honestly they are right and have' a just cause to feel that way by US. In fact, our business has been so satisfabtory during 1917 we feel like thanking EVERYBOD Y- those who are our friends and those who are not. Bartlett Motor Inn M,"H"',W"4'M"M'4,,I"'fr"t,I'W'H"l,,4,-l,l' FEDERAL INCOME TAX OFFICER COMING SOON. In a communication received by this paper, Collector of In- ternal Revenue A. S. Walker; an- nounces that a federal income tax officer will be sent into this . county on a date to be announc- ed later and will remain a rea- sonable time. He will have his office at some convenient place, and will be there every day dur- ing his ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 11 January 1918

iWww T5he TR.IBUNE and NEWS FRIDAY, JANUARY 4. While we are fighting for dem- craey across the "pond" let us not let it "wane" in our own beloved land. It pays to watch as well as pray. Let' 3 all be democrats. Dr. C. M. Bishop has resign- ed as president of the South- western University at George- town, to accept the pastorate of the Austin Avenue Method- iBt church, Waco. THE MONEY QUESTION. Bartlett merchants are pro- gressive and liberal to a fault. They have never been known to "back up" on any proposition that was for the best interest of their town, and the Tribune is behind them to a man. We' have started on the sec- ond week of the New Year. Let us all pull for Bartlett as never before pull as one man and make 1918 a banner year in the material and spiritual progress of Bartlett. Are you on? Our good friend, Major N. P. Houx, of the Mexia Herald, rounded out another journalistic mile-stone last week, it being his eighteenth year at Mexia. There's not a better "scout" in the...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 11 January 1918

0&L A "I irH I 1 "i"'K'm'J 4HH4MH4'4hi4HMHirf$ W fit - &" i LUMBER is going higher after the war. Looks like build- ing NOW is the one best plan. FAIRCS11LD LUMBER CO. D. D. FAIRCHILD, JR., Manager PHONE NO. 3 3-M44M4HM"I$4 ANNOUNCEMENT (Bell County) For Weigher, Holland-Bartlett. DAN OLIVER. LOCALS ANDPERSOHALS H. Williams was a George- town visitor this week. W. L. Stokes was in George town this week on business. ' W. W. Walton is at Garland looking after his business inter- ests. I Mirielma Curling has been sick with la-grippe the past 10 days. Deputy Sheriff T. C. Russell was .'here Wednesday from Georgetown. Judge W. S. Shipp, of Belton, was ;here Wednesday on legal business. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Hewitt, of Donahoe; were in town Wednes- day shopping. G, Vpigt,'Sr., is among those who remembered the Tribune this week. F. J; Blascke, of Pecan, re- membered the Tribune this week with annual dues. JVtbsdames Eldie Hair and ,v,Ford Alcus, of Granger, were Bartlett visitors thi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 11 January 1918

W. .$"WN,4,$t4'MW"MH'4' STOP ui Fr By talking so much about your troubles. They would lots rather have you talk about how good you feel. s Buy Your Drug Supplies Here and you wont have any trouble to talk about. leatherman Drug Company Quality and Service Dr. A. Beckman was in Aus- tin last Friday on business. Mr. Otto Krause, of Teirfple, io here visiting relatives. Martin Albrecht va3 in Bel- ton Wednesday on business. Mr. C. C. Edwards was in Wa- co this week on business. Fred Flewellin, of Belton, was a Bartlett visitor Tuesday. J. D. Slawson made a business trip to San. Antonio Saturday. FOR SALE Two good mules and two horses. Ed. Bolding. Mrs. Alice Payne, of Marlin, is a guest of her sister, Mrs. M. L. Bolding. Mayor Allen was in George- town this week on legal busi- ness. Mr. 'and Mrs. Lee Belle are oc- cupying the Will Daniels cot- tagoon Clark street. rA. Jones, Esq., was in awn and Belton this legal business. Swanso.j, of George town, was here this week on a visit to her ...

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