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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 22 February 1918

'I'M - H - ;"K4''I - H,'4 TELL US YOUR TROUBLES Our business, is to listen to your troubles, and to stop tliem. And your business should be to let us attend to them before they become chronic. It is easier to prevent trouble than to cure it. But we can cure it if it is any kind of auto or machine trouble. We've got both the experience and the "dope" to effect a certain cure. Bartlett Motor The Shop of Srtisfactory Service. BARTLETT, TEXAS t-HM4M44'l"H-IWMM4M4:"J-l4'4. To Stop Loss of 150,000,000 Eggs. Washington, D. C. Over 15,000,000 eggs will be lost to the food supply of the "United States if the old practice of sending hens to the market at this season is continued. Figu- res complied by the poultry spe- cialists of the United States De- partment of Agriculture show that more thau 5,000,000 laying hens, each capable of producing 30 eggs, are sent to market from the Southern Slates in the winter and early spring. Every effort, therefore, is be- ing made to encourage the farm- er ...

Publication Title: Bartlett Tribune And News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 22 February 1918

T3he TRIBUNE and NEWS MEN CALLED UP EOR EXAMINATION IN BELL. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22. Be a booater. Don't knock. With Uncfe'Samit's "mariy will be called and many chosen." Several more of Bartlett's boys were called to the "Colors" this week. Thanks to those who are pat- ronizing the Tribune. May you reap an abundant harvest. Governor Hobby has called a special session of the Legisla- ture to meet February 26. Congress is in its glory when it's inyestigatin instead of leg- islate' remarks an exchange. The following Bell county R. F. Cales, Editor and Owner, bovs wore calle1 to appear at 13UHOH uus weeit, xoi pnyicui examination : Clarence A. Wade, Belton. Joe Fulwiler, Jr., Belton. Albert Gilbreth, Youngsport. , Travis Rue Whitley, Killeen. Henderson L. Smith, Jarrell. Limial D. Hale, Holland. Steven G. Gresham, Rogers. Homer S. McCullum, Florence. C. F. Porter, Collinsville. J. A. Moore, Killeen. Eddie J. Garrett ( Holland. Ernest E. Schultz, Killeen. James Smith, Bartlett. Wm. T. Camp...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 22 February 1918

h awMiMfa t 1 Wl K. v f ' j , iiiiii iiiiiiiiffiiiuimii I WILL HAVE IN STOCK AT THE Lowest P rices Seed Corn, Red Top Cane Seed, Milo Maize, German Millet. "SEED OATS Hay, Wheat, Bran, Rice, Bran, Corn Chops, Cotton Seed Meal, Shelled Corn in stock. lie LOCALS AND PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Pirikard were in Temple yesterday. FOR RENT 2-rooms, close in. See Chas. Nowotny. Rufus Huskey remembered the Tribune this week in a sub- stahtial way. Will Bischoflt was here this veek from Denaville, where he is farming. Sergeant Joe Holman, , of Camp Travis, was here this week on a visit to relatives. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Gowensf of Brownwood, were here this week on a visit to their son. Mrs. Joe Knight and little daughter visited relatives' in Temple in this Veek. Prof. Bker was in Waxa- hachie the past week on a visit to home folks. Remember the Bartlett., meat markets will be closet! hereaf- ter on Tuesdays meatless day. LOST Ford weed chajn, be- tweGn"J. W. Hightower's place and town. Find...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 22 February 1918

-y -- iwmm Bartlett Boys Win Game. Have You Tried Our . New Luncheonette? We have installed this for our patrons, who at times would like to have a sandwitch, oysters and coffee, tea, chocolate or milk or other light luncheon specials, This service we feel sure will meet with the approval of many of our patrons and we want you to take advantage of it. Leatherman Drug Company Quality and Service LOCALS AND PERSONALS Wallace Usry of Dallas was here this week. Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Hair were 'Austin visitors Friday. E. L. Hardin was in Elgin Fri- day on business. Mrs. W. J. Cagle was on the sick list the past week. J. V. Morris was in Belton Monday on legal business. Mrs. R. B. Dickenson was quite sick this week. Dr. J. S. McCelvey of Temple was here Friday on a profession- al visit. Dr. Wood, veterinary surgeon, was called to Elgin Friday on professional business. J. Z. Rogers of Paducah was here Sunday enroute to Austin on business. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Doering, of Temple, were here Monda...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 22 February 1918

0 o 0 o o 0 0 o o o o RED CROSS NOTES o 00 0 0 O 0 00 0 0 To the Knitters of the Bartlett Branch of the A. 1$. C. WHAT THE We save generously, so will you, on 4 these quality Crepe-de-Chine and Georgette Blouses RED CE mmm I A IS DOSNG AND WHAT YOU CAN DO NURSING SERVICE DEPARTMENT. Tho Bureau of Nursing Service opons wide tho door to ;i professional If areer full of satisfaction and distinction. Tho number of registered trained lureea In this country 1b bnrely ml equate In times of pence, and thero Is every indication that tho demand for experienced nursos will continue for many years after tho war has ended. It Is of vital Importance now that women in great nunibers bo enrolled In tills service Our schoolpof nursing, (our civil hospitals nro to women what the training camps arc to officers and mien Hundreds of nurses havo already been drafted. Tho supply will bo ((utterly inadequate unless qualified women rally in largo numbers to this call 8 of duty. The Surgeon-General of tho Un...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 22 February 1918

j , Jxi -i. n) ,. rl,.iKn,lll,t(iiil ini ... ,T' '"f1 ji "TT -if T?r VTwff 111 A GoM Woman Passes AWa mi. "I w y , r ? i LUMBER is going higher after the war. Looks like build- ing NOW is the one best plai). PAIRCHILD LUMBER CO. D. D. FAIRCHILD, JR., Manager PHONE NO. 3 Bartlclt and Schwertrier- H'i'MMI,W,M'W,H'H'4H,W,4 o O O 0 O 0 0 O 0 0 I o SCHOOL NOTES. o I O O 0 0 O O O 0 0 o The slide, built by the Parent- Teachers' association,- has prov- en a very popular attraction qn the Grammar School grounds. Mr. Will Cox spoke to the High School Wednesday morn- ing on Scout craft: His re- marks were interesting and in- forming. On Wednesday next, Supt. W. W. Clement, of Temple, will ad- rlvnsa fVin Wifh RMinnl. TllR hour will 'be announced through j the pupils and tne public win oe admitted! The total of war savings stamps in our schools" now runs over 300'. A sub-county track meet will be held, at Bartlett on the Highr School track, the last of next week. The schools eligible to enter,...

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

L AND NEWS ( he ffiii nffr if p ft, F. CATES, Editor and Puop. "BARTLETT WLLIAMSON 'COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH, 1, 1918. ' $1.00 Year. VOL. XXXII. No. 38 Li., - --.fS KEY. H. CAKKOLL. SMITH ACCIDENTIA KILLED., Weaterford, Texas, Feb. 23 lev. Carro Smith was accident- tally killed near here today whiles ho was out hunting. His gun Jivas accidently discharged the bhot taking effect inhis side. Rev. Smith was pastor of the, Baptist church here. He is sur- vived by his wife and five chil dren. Deceased was well known ' in Rartlett, and greatly beloved by MR. MOORE RE-ELECTED AS SUPERINTENDENT. Our entire community will be gratified to learn that Prof. V. I. Moore has been re-elected to Continue in the superintendence' bf our City Schools. The Pro- fessor's administration in our school work, the past two years, is a complete vindication of the wisdom' of the board of trustees in making sure his continuation in this important position. Our educational interest, in all lines, all, having...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 1 March 1918

IV 73he TRIBUNE and NEWS R. F. Cates, Editor and Owner Subscription, $1.00 Per Year. Published Friday of Each Week i in i in im i mi i four Weeks a Newspaper Month 'ti mini mmm i i ' ' "" M Advertising Rates: Display, per inch 15c Heading Notices per lino 10c Preferred Position, per in 25c Special rates on contracts for more than 1,000 inches" to be used in 12 months. ' Entered as second-class mat- ter at the post office at Bartlett, Texas, under the act of March 3, 1879. FRIDAY MARCH 1 In harvesting his crops, the Southern farmer has never been a careful gleaner. He should get it all the coming season, and' especially if he cannot follow with live stock. Every fork-full of lot manure that can be, raked and scraped should go upon the land. Its value will be. great in results this year, and it will be good for ten years. We can remember very dis- tinctly during the 80s, when we wore spending our boyhood days in the state of Georgia, that our lather paid $1.75 per bushel for corn whic...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 1 March 1918

wp" " 11 L I- .' r ' .- i m ItfK (Mbtlm TIME AND WORK AND MONEY IS WHAT YOU WILL SAVE. WITH OWE OF OUR NEW IMPK.OVtX OIL STOVES. Come in and look at our Oil Stoves and let us show you how to "work" one. It is so quick to light an Oil Stove; it gives "even" heat; it is "cool." Our Oil Stoves are "Danger- Proof." Our's are best; they stand the test. The long looked for rain has arrived-dispelled lots of anguish and made smiles galore. Now perhaps you will want a new Cultivator or Planter and we are anxious to serve you. Try one of our Wiggle Tail Cultivators or a Mr. Bill Planter and be happy. We are loaded to the hilt with a big line of Wagons, Cultivators and Planters. Also everything in Sweeps, Hoes, Files and everything you should want. Undertakers and Funeral Directors. Auto or lELorse Driven Hearse. McCasky system of accounts, where you know all the time where S3Rvare- m BnfcB is no b m ptm iH n la gl 9 Wi 91 ME H lQ Hard ware BARTLETT, TEXAS AJ' Banks Closed. AH the banks of Ba...

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

V ft Ifr Have You Tried Our New Luncheonette? We have installed this for our patrons, who at times would like to have a sandwitch, oysters and coffee, tea, chocolate or milk or other light luncheon specials. This service we feel sure will meet with the approval of many of our patrons and we want you to take advantage of it. Leatherman Drug Company - Quality and Service LOCALS AND PERSONALS Mrs. Cora Chaucloin made a business trip to Taylor Tuesday. Nick Patts and Leslie Stone were Waco visitors Tuesday. Mrs. Lee Belk visited friends in Granger this week. Martin Albrecht was in Aus- tin Tuesday. Douthitt Pitts, of Camp Bow- ie, was at home this week. Postmaster Lindemann was a "Taylor visitor Sunday. Ed. Laughlin wa sin Fort Worth Friday on business. Mrs. G. L. Breeding was quite sick the past week. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Whitlow were visiting relatives in Bart- lett Sunday. j Bill McQuary and Henry Lauglin have gone to Tucson, Arizona. BORN To Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Tucker, near Granger, a ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 1 March 1918

? Iff. xa.' iMf ft ,, C fc f. If? . .f ;sv b &,'' 1l " htW'4'il44J'1MH-M,'M'M-H-l-"t''5HM' LUMBER is going higher after the war. Looks like build- ing NOW is the one best plan. FA5RCH1LD LUMBER D. D. FAIRCHILD, JR., Manager PHONE NO. 3 M.;...j.jj.4..j..5.4...j.j..M.j.....j..i4.j..j.j...j..j.i..o.j...j..i..t--...j4...j-.i..i... Letter From A Soldier Boy. France, January 20, 1918. My Dear Miss Isaac: Your most unexpected and surprising letter, dated Novem- ber 29th, just received. Words cannot tell you how much it was appreciated. I would have nev- er dreamed of any one but my people writing to me, but since you and the Red Cross Society yhave been so kind, I will en- deaveor to answer it at once, With the expectations of, some day, receiving another. $" Mail travels very slowly over there, some times it takes weeks for a letter to reach the indivi- dual. Yours is the third letter that I have received since my arrival in France. I am enjoying myself very irfuch, considering the da...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 1 March 1918

Bhe TRIBUNE and NEWS R. F. Cates, Editor and Owner Subscription, $1.00 Per Year. Published Friday of Each Week Four Weeks a Newspaper Month DO YOUR VERY BEST, NOT ONLY YOUR BIT. Advertising Rates: Display, per inch 15c Reading Notices per line 10c Preferred Position, per in 25c Special rates on contracts for more than 1,000 inches to be used in 12 months. Entered as second-class mat- ter at the post office at Bartlett, Texas, under the act of March 3, 1879. FRIDAY MARCH 1 When the Grandview grocery dealers insist on purchasers of amount of some substitute such as corn meal, corn, rice, oat meal, barley, beans, potato or rye flour they are only comply- ing with demands of the United States Food Administration and there should be no complaint. It is the duty of every patriotic citizen to help bear the burdens of war. It is not the retail deal- er, but the federal government that is asking for this necessary loyalty that our soldiers and those of the allies may have food to win the war...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 1 March 1918

9 tEH j HH ifll H lfl IhI lllHBHHfl i . T T But this task or duty that has been imposed should not be regarded as a task; rather our opportunity 'by every man, woman and child to help the govern- ment. Each one has a chance to do his part in this important matter, for all can do something. Your help is needed. Will you not respond to the call and begin , 1 i r "P. Buy War Saving Certificates and Stamps. Not one or two, but continue to buy and. urge your neighbors and friends tp join you. Not much is required but it is for everybody to do. Go or send to post office, banks or most any business house for a card and a stamp and full instructions on what to do with them. It is important to you as well as the government, as it teaches YOU to save, while you are aiding the government to T in LP Are trio a RIFT CARD or a WAR SAVING CERTIFICATE and can proudly claim to be a TRUE AMERICAN. W rQxu0& &tPa VMS.SSmQ$.StAMP$ ISSUED BY THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT O :c sias been cool nfoy W...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 1 March 1918

MmnsMMtanaMleti I M O -00 00 O O O 0 0 o RED CROSS NOTES o o o o o O 0 0 000 The surgical dressing commit- tee reports the following dress- ings made last week: 87 pneu- monia jackets and 2160 4x4 gauze compresses. On Tuesday our second shipment of jackets was made; making a total of 194. The following Roll of Honor is made up of names of ladies who gave three afternoons to work in surgical dressing room last week: Mesdames C. Chau- doin, S. H. Matthews, L. B. Dun- can, J. V. Rudasill, Sam Levins, 1. 1.' Talbot, E. T. Jones and Joe Knight. W care in need of old white material in which to wrap our bandages. If you have any to spare phone some member of surgical dressing committee and it will be called for. -0- -0- -0- As a result of the good and patriotic colored people of Bart- lett, expressing their desire to organize an auxiliary to the Bartlett Red Cross Chapter, airs. E. T. Jones, Chairman of the local chapter; Mrs. C. W. Benson, Vice-Chairman ; Rev. Homer A. McCarty, pastor of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 8 March 1918

! wtwwxt AND NEWS R. F: CATES, editor and Prop. BARTLETT WLLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH, 8, 1918. $1.00 Year. VOL. XXXII. No. 39 SUDAN GRASS PLANTING TTRGED BY DON BIGGERS. IL C POE IS FOUND NOT GUILTY OF CHARGE. BROTHER THOUGHT LOST IN GAL'N. STORM FOUND; iyj confer. spcH houaH mcnHi IIIIUIIK mattiMB in. Don H. Diggers, former- n-esentative from Lubbock but at present doing kwork for the State "VVnre- jind Iarketirtg Depart- ks in Bartlett Thursday, our farmers in the isecuring seed. He especially Tn-ges tne planting oi Sudan grass particularly for pas- turage, though he contends that he it is one of the best and most productive hay crops that can be grown. The farmers must have something that will tide them through the hay famine Bolton, Tex., March 1. The case of the State of Texas vs. H. Ci'Poe, former president of the Temple State Bank, who was charged by indictment in three Fort Worth, Tex., March 4. Little did Mrs. C.S. Nance, of Dallas, dream that the pal her neighbo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 8 March 1918

Wvl 11 T3he TRIBUNE and NEWS It. F. Catcs, Editor and Owner Advertising Rates: Display, per inch 15c Reading Notices per line.. . 10c Preferred Position, per in.... 25c Snecial rates on contracts for more than 1,000 inches to be used in 12 months. Subscription, $1.00 Per Year. Published Friday of Each Week Foui Weeks a Newspaper Month Entered as second-class mat- ter at the post office at Bartlett, Texas, under the act of March 3, 1879. FRIDAY, MACII 8. City Announcements. . (Election in April) . For City Attorney B. B. Thompson, Jno. A. Jones. For City Marshal R. B. Dickenson, Frank Burns. For City Secretary Oscar Bolding. Political Announcements The Tribune is authorized to announce the following candi- dates for office, subject to the democratic primaries in July: (Bell County) For County Clerk, E. I. Hall. For Weigher, Holland-Bartletl. DAN OLIVER. J. W. Surghnor. FOR TAX COLLECTOR: Jake Nelson. (Re-election) Frank Carter. FOR DISTRICT CLERK: Gene Upshaw, (Re-election) FOR TAX A...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 8 March 1918

afltH1 LiiuUJr l ' W iSf t0m ' IvP l"Wt - rff' tna: -I JfiwllSLiu' II ' ?nnol'"uU 1 fKftTSffc It mm ir hvftjj? 9' " SfflSKT H ft - mr4 wv . iREfofc '' W 1 ms r ra L Bin HjBJg' MfflW I And fli ' miBli bufc& fylOGRESS OP OUR SCHOOL. nasiuch as school affairs are !s"nlly no news, it may be that iur people are not aware of rtiat ftas been going on in our local system in the paBt few- years The muter, therefore, wilerideavor to set forth in this flrticj$, some of the things ac- complished. At the beginning of the ses sion 5n 1916. it was found that Were so crowded, and ers so burdened, that first- work was very difficult to cure. The trustees imme- r 'set to Work planning for lalization of the long de- eam of a seperate High ildinir. An election aE8 provide for the is- frhftionris. This rnsultnd fsrwhelming vote for the gf opposition being so small e negngiDie. ino uonus mediately put out and ts were consulted. Af- iceful study and close fig- In Yilnvi iirnn nnlnnfnfl ril , in jjiuii...

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

me TtUBUNE ,, ?d NEW? R. F. Catejs, Editor and Owner Advertising Rates: Display, per inch 15c Reading Notices per line 10c Preferred Position, per in 25c Special rates on contracts for more than 1,000 inches to bo used in 12 months. A MESM TO THE NATION Subscription, $1.00 Per Year. Published Friday of Each Week Four Weeks a Newspaper Month j Entered as second-class mat- ter at the post office at Bartlett, Texas," under the act of March 3, 1&79. FRIDAY, MACH 8. "Glean up Texas", seems to be the slogan of the Texas Legislature. "The woman spy bill." which gives the President power to deal with unnatarulized women of hostile countries as it does with men, has been passed by the lower House of Congress, and may become a law. A .bill making it a crime to willfully make or convey false reports of statements to ob- struct the Government sale of bonds or other securities or loans by or to the United States, has been jiassed by the House of national representatives. Hon. Clarence Ousley...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 8 March 1918

V T J , CAR Of JH f -' ON TRACK $4.8 5 Per For a Short While. S bought the , car early and will ive my friends the advantage of the price. Oats, Bran, Rice Bran, Shorts, Corn Chops, and all kinds of Feed Stuff at the Lowest Prices. IfQCALS AND PERSONALS Alpenkrauter at Nowotny's. Frank" Burns is, on, the sick list. , Six HQrringsJoi;25c at No-, wotny's. '" '" ' ' Will Kurtz, of Holland, was here yesterday. v i i Mrs. Tine Sonntag visited in Waco this week. t Sam Young was in ' Austin Tuesday on business. " 0. R. Cline was in Lampasas' on business this week. Mrs. Jim Pace, of Stamford, is the guest of friends here. Joe Rowe, of Jarroll,' was in town yesterday- dn 'businesS J Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Sexton are the parents of fine "baby girl. Mrs, A. Tt Ellis, was in Hol land yesterday to visit her par ents. Boy Camp Suits, made like I the scout Bros. suits, a Lawrence Dr. Scott, of Temple, was here yesterday, on pi'ofessiorial buS'-! iness. v ' ' Mrs. L. H. Hillman is in 'a I Taylor sanita...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 8 March 1918

a , I Have You Tried Our New Luncheonette? We have installed this for our patrons, who at times would like to have a sandwitch, oysters and coffee, tea, chocolate or milk or other light luncheon specials. This service we feel sure will meet with the approval of many of our patrons and we want you to take advantage of it. Leathermara Drug Company Quality and Service LOCALS AND PERSONALS Col. W. J. Cagle has been quite sick this week. S. H. Hopkins was in Waco Monday on business. Frank Overby was in George- town Monday on business. Miss Ida Thompson visited friends in San Antonio Sunday. BORN To Mr. and Mrs. 0. T. Friedrich a big fine 10 pound boy. , Miss Inez Bell was a week-end guest of Mrs. Eldia Haire, of Granger. Mr. Jim Webster of Venus was here this week visiting relatives. Mr. W. H. Coleman, father of Mrs. Frank Brown, is very sick at her home. Bob Thompson is now ready to grind your corn and guaran- tees satisfaction. The editor and wife visited their son at Camp Travis Satur...

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