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

"(PT sjy- wVBHPi 4HfliraP 1 Ife "' THS For Specials Exchange Your Produce for Groceries. V. NIGRO & CO. Spot Cash Grocery House, Bartlett Texas me TRIBUNE if and NEWS "il R. F. Cates, Editor and Owner Published Friday of Each Week Subscription, $1.00 Per Year. Entered as second-class mat- ter at the post office at Bartlett, Texas, under the act of March 3, 1879. Four Weeks a Newspaper Month Advertising Rates: Display, per inch 15c Reading Notices per line 10c Preferred Position, per in 25c Special rates on contracts for more than 1,000 inches to be used ,in 12 months. FRIDAY, MAY 3RD. Well, have you purchased your tickets to the chautauqua ? You know you are not going to miss it. Let's have the Boys' Pig Club show1 in Bartlett this year. All there is to do is to go to work. At midnight, Tuesday, Mich- went into the bonedry" blumn, and 3,300 saloons went business m that state. f -" t!?$Navasbta Examiner-Re- vieWmnks That it is a great pity Ualuornia can not traster her earthquake...

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

- jn-sftKj -s 6-f w-- pJRgS" 1 ' 'TmBFBKr&igc- . ..-3 & - ato&writewrn miW,wrmttiitnlttt&ra&M m J ii ! iBMiaMMMIHirt flUWT'"'""""1'" "J ' " '" "" &s- '" i St. Louis Store Bartlett, Texas. St Louis Store Barflef t, Texas. The Saint Louis 9 & y the 4i 191 The Curtain Has Been Raised Upon The First; Ad is rorever To e Kememoerea saie V Entire stock from our Santa Anna Store which we have closed a few days ago on account of the drouth. Conditions are such that we have decided to move our stock to Bartlett, hence the MIGHTY UNLOADING SALE. t '-r- i- ?T 3 "" Jj-g- o -Mmmdy ' JL & - , v 'J ,- m - .jp ! .., r1. ' "t and in order to accomplish our purpose we are going to sacrifice. We are going1 to sell you High Grade Merchandise at LESS THAN FACTORY PRICE. a Matter How Great Our Loss - Take into consideration this fact that our Santa Anna stock is now ON THE WAY and we must have room; in order to accomplish this we must put our entire stock of Merchandise on ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 3 May 1918

in-1' 'w -$ $ "-' WiT7 w - j' .y .j trawberry hortcake Made Wheatless The national luxnry the greatest of American deserts seemed about to be denied us, if we were patriotic enough to abstain srom wheat entirely. But Stone the Cake Specialist, offers Stone's Wheatless Silver Slice for Strawberry Shortcake When sliced in the middle and crushed strawberries added, makes a most delicious strawberry shortcake. Try it today. Buy Stone's Wheatless Silver Slice TWO FOR A QUARTER AT YOUR GROCER ROWNTREE BROS. "SfSts Vo Sat We sKave St" LOCALS AND PERSONALS Col. Cagle's condition contin- ues to improve. Fruit jars and Rice flour at Ed. Heinsohn's store. BORN To Mr. and Mrs. Tcimj Heath, a girl. Mrs. R. F. Cates was on the sick list this week. S. H. Hopkins was in Temple yesterday on business. Ladies' and children's trimm- ed hats at Ed. Heinsohn's. Mrs. Tine Sonntag has return- ed from a visit to Waco. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Flick re- turned from Galveston Tuesday. Frank Overby was in Kansas City...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 3 May 1918

0tiwmimmmmimmmmmiitmmimmMim'mi ijm u i u i .I - . miM.i mujwJBiwiMiiiiiniwiwiiji iiii iiiiii 1 1 w nam mum mn nniiiniiiiWiiiiiniiimiiriii iiiiimiiiii THE HOME TALENT PLAY THE BEST EVER. Zsi 'JS NEXT WEEK 'liiWlWPHIWIMIHMI'llll WW MM'IIW IWIWHIBI Eztra Choice Evaporated Apples per pound 173 2 Lbs.l oz. net, per pal! 35c 6risco, 3 2 Fancy Kidney Beans 1 1-4 pounds net, per can 10c A Dollar Saved Is a Dollar THE GERSBACH-WACKER COMPANY FARM OWNER MAKES NOVEL PROPOSITION. Rogers, Tex. April 18. W. P. Hcndrick, a pioneer farmer, living near Rogers, has made a proposal to his tenants that ought to become popular in the cotton belt all over the south and which, if carried out, would l'esult in the greatest benefit to the Red Cross of any movement thus far proposed for working people. Mr. Ilendrick's offer is to contribute the rent off of one average row of cotton, out of the crop of each of his tenants, for every memlber of the ten- ant's family, provided that the tenant will contribute hi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 3 May 1918

"1f r 1 .J tllMERS' 1N8TNTUTE FOR FOOD AND FEED CAMPAIGN. TEACHER ATTACKED MY ROGERS WOMEN. Auditi, Texas, April 25, 1018. To The Public:- ' Mr. Flelchor Davis, Assistant Or- 8. 'nzcr of Farrno.' Iiist'tutw for tha Suite DoparMnent of Agriculture, will hold a farmers' ir.stituto tt each of U13 following places: Taylor, Mnf 4th, 2:00 P. M.; Gran- ger, May 0, 2:00 P. M.; Holland, May 1C. 2:00 P. M.: Bartlett. May 17. 2:00 P. M, I Special attention will be given to tho necessity of producing food and I icetl, conservation, nnd tho destruc- tion of tho wild animal pests. We especially invite the press, tho industrial department of tho rnil- roadu, the business men, school sup- intendents, and all agricultural or- out n largo attondanco to hear these i valued lectures. Wo arc in tho fight to win tho war by producing more food and feed. Come and holp us. Ladies Invited. Fred W. Davis, Commissioner of Agriculture o . Would Not Sell Sow, Tho county court hns refused an offer of 176 for the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 10 May 1918

-i'ilWK'WH'i tf J r H i i j! 'i IV. AND NEWS R.F. CATES, Editor and Prop. BARTLETT WLLIAMSON COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY, MAY 10, 1918. . $1.00 Year. VOL. XXXII. No. 48 Ettbnm ft?. s f r hV' fi ' L , u l: is i te LIEUT. BQZEMAN . RETURNS FROM FRANCE. The Honor Flag Lieutenant Bozeman, better known to the Bartlett people as Herbert, arrived on the South- bound train, Wednesday after- noon, from France. A large delegation of people was at the depot to greet him and bid him welcome. Herbert is feeling and looking well and is prepared for ardu- ous duty. While he has been with the Fort Record for some years .past, we have first claim on him as one of our boys, since his par- ents and sisters reside in Bart- Jiett and many of his staunchest friends live here. We are justly proud of this young man, not only for the part he has in the world's conflict, but for his splendid record as a man and citizen. When the news flashed over the -wires that Herbert was in New York, all hearts rejoiced, and la...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 10 May 1918

wppl -. i ,H fi r 'i N jf'cy -. 11 . v ,v- - vr i "'"'' "v, r;."";"! r-vYr HFTW ; -a Ay . ' W 1 Fcn." .; mm i 'A great net of mercy drawn through flMKsiii! 7 t ,-my- rwt iM'T4' ' an ocean of unspeakable pain ' Facts About the American Red Cross 4 Did you know that It has established and is operating twenty dis- pensaries in the American Army Zone in Franee to care for, the needy families there and to improve health conditions in that section ready for our troops? It is housing and feeding thousands of children in the War Zone to keep them away from the danger of gas and shell fire? It has divided the entire War Zone into six main districts, with Red Cross ' workers at each point to distribute cooking utensils, agricultural implements, beds, bedding, food and. clothing ? It provides builders and ready-to-put-up build- ings to house the homeless in the devastated regions, often before the walls of the destroyed homes have cooled? It is bringing over two hundred tons of supplies every ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 10 May 1918

qaKK!KtWP.tttt1rinW WArAWA'AAAJH fl I a"" : "I H-l- i Lwttii 'i l )1 V x tt w .l 5 i-i smn aaWXKKKKMKMMMVMt S-iktfatii i?rl Hllliii t rats Jk3?w t-r 1 $ i-M 'A great net of mercy drawn through an ocean oj unspeakable pain" ? G Wh at Has Your Red Cross Money Done? . i & ! 1 4 'V - r N the first place, it has enabled the American people, through the Red Cross, to help care for its army and navy. Secondly, it has enaofed America to hearten her Allies' fighting forces and to keep up, among the civil- ian populations, the spirit to win the war. That, alone, has made the American Red Cross one of the largest factors since our entry into the war. Canteens which provided food and hot drinks more than a million meals to soldiers in December; warehouses, crammed with materials, situated all along the French line, all along the Italian lines, at seaports and at places where our soldiers are going to fight; institutions for the care of consumptives, institutions for the re-education of maim...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 10 May 1918

5- ' . umJh IliimiW, ill HI II lll'll Wllllliiiti.W.MHiMHHMil o ,'t V" m ft IA ," , & ! I V She TRIBUNE and NEWS i u R. P. Gates, Editor and Owner $ ' Published Friday of Each Week Subscription, $1.00 Per Year. Entered as second-class mat- ter at the post office at Bartlett, Texas, under the act of March , 3, 1879. Four Weeks a Newspaper Month Advertising Rates: v Display, per inch 15c Heading 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. FRIDAY, MAY 10TH. Bartlett went over the top in the Liberty Loan Drive. Now, over with the Red Cross drive. A subscriber suggests that in dealing with loiterers we ex empt the fisherman. We'll agree to that if they are required to establish the absolute truth of every tale told, and demonstrate that they have really contribut- ated to the meat supply. Bel- ton News. In some Chautauqua towns, there are families who do all their baking and cooking, so s possible,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 10 May 1918

vrf.Krw; r:v.- ". ;,. . ' .,.? '.'Vf.'" -S--U."' ".;:-.,??; 'X --;'VP- -..'' .' . '. - ,t . r ; . 'ii H ; a.p: t v t J4MRtY' ?&. JlW'ftK.' .. Irf'-'vi.A' ' i . ,;. IK' y . . , . 'VjW rajtyWfc. raxe. -. & If- w, .' i rc IV. ' two-year drouth in West texas broken. San Angclo, Texas, May 3. A slow general rain Which promis- es to break the unprecedented drouth in West Texas fell in this section Friday. More than 15 counties which have received practically no rain for the past two or more years are being benefited. Rain was reported as far south as Fredericksberg Junction, Sonora and Del Rio, from' 'Alpine: to Harojiri on" $h'c Kansas City, Mexico and Orient .and from Sterling City to Brownwood. More than a half an inch had fallon at 10 o'clock with indications 'of. a much .heavier precipitation. a-Ea zacharias just the same at A light sectional rain fell here ' during t heearlier part of this week, but Friday's rain, accord- ing to reports here, is general '"over the section na...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 10 May 1918

i .-- K6e TRIBUNE and NEWS R. F. Calcs, Editor and Owner Published Friday of Each Week Subscription, $1.00 Per Year Entered as second-class mat- te? at the post office at Bartlett, Texas, under the act of March 3, 1879. EXTRACTS BARRED IN DRY TERRITORY. Four Weeks a Newspaper Month Advertising Rales: 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. FRIDAY, MAY 10TH. Get ready for the big Red Cross drive. Do your bit to help win the "war. We frequently hear people say this or that person has too much religion. No such thing as too much religion, if it be of the right kind. While we are at it, we want to say the right kind irtakes those about you happy as well as yourself. West New3. Seven pleas of guilty were en- tered in the county court, at Belton, Monday, as follows: two for driving autos without consent of owners, fined $1 and costs; three for petty thefts, fine $5 a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 10 May 1918

'l .1 r ,?? 'I; i - ' . 'i., LK A.',' ; ' I 1 . r'.v .: -;; tanv.' K-V . -t L ' &' ;" 1 1;' t'iC ' 1 1 ' t' LOCALS AND PERSONALS Fruit jars and Rice flour at Ed. Heinsohh's store. D. D. Bartlett left yester- day for Dallas on a business trip. Ladies' and children's trimm- ed hats at Ed. Heinsohn's. ' Mrs. R. Reese is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Joiner, in Am- arillo. FOR RENT House close in, 5 rooms and bath. Apply at St. Louis Store. Geo. Wohleb and his aged father, of Reed's Lake, were here Wednesday. Mr. Leslie Harvey, Texar- Kana, Ark., visited friends here this Week. FOR SALE Household goods, including piano. 'See Misses Inez and Edith Bell. E. L. Hardin attended the Ginners' Association of Texas, which met in Dallas this week. Mrs. T. E. Fowler left yester- day for Arizona to visit her daughter, Miss Gene Fowler, and other relatives. R. S. Thotnlpson left yester- day for Dallas to attend the State meeting of the Ginners' Association. kjvjumj nuduiif c luiuici v.iui- I zen ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 10 May 1918

r . RAINFALL IN BARTLETT .BEGINNING JAN. 1018, The rainfall for Bartlett, up to May 5th, shows a total of 7:85 inches, as registered by T. P. Robinson: Jan. Moisture by snow. Inches. Feb. 17 1.60 Mar. 2 50 Mar. 28 25 " We have received a full assortment of the fadeless Dye. ALL COLORS Leatherman Drug Company Quality and Service LOCALS AND PERSONALS Oats 94c a bushel at Rown- tree Bros. JoshjDiltard is visiting his ntothtfr-'on Js&H'th Alabama. , Oaj3 "dte' a bushel at Rown- yee-us. April April April April April May 1.... 5... 13. 15. 24. .1.40 . 166 .1.00 . .50 .1.00 .1.00 Total 7.85 Cliff Talley returned, this week, from a trip to Brownwood and reports that section pros- perous since the rains, "and es- pecially so on account of the oil boom now on. R. A. Easterwood, who lives near Davilla, was here Saturday and kindly remembered the Tribune. D. Langston, who is stationed at Fort Sam Houston, is at home on a visit to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Langston, near Prairie Dell. ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 10 May 1918

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 10 May 1918

TTT7 .J -ou ' fea & ft t ft KOSPECTS FOU THE CHAUTAUQUA AUE GOOD. Bartlett will have a Very suc- cessful Chautauqua Assembly next week, if present indications mfean anything. Patriotism will bo the keynote of the program in lectures, music, and enter- ' tniiiment, and the tabernacle Vill be made a temple of loyal, militant Americanism.. We can't go into details about the Chau- meeting which will be held next tauqua plans, but they include1 Monday these plans are expect- some very fine things, and all e(i to be perfected. Among the the signs point to a real "feast schools which will be consoli- of reason and flow of soul." dated are Dyess Grove, Lee and Not nany out-of-toW,n vaca- Gindale, and these three locali- tions will be spent this summ'er. ties expect to build a $12,000 War conditions and high prices I building this summer. It is ex- have attended to that. But you won't have to leave Bartlett to go visiting or to find recreation and amusement. The Chautau- qua will bring y...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 17 May 1918

R 'V2A ww IWVSmMSB f7IKK ,MC .OW ". '" ' . . AND NEWS R. Fv CATES, Editor and Prop. BARTLETT WLLIAMSON COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 17, 1918. $1.00 Year. VOL. XXXII. No. 49 Pvr '11a. if VI . .1 "VJJ W- x SOLDIERS MURDER AND 'GOOD ATTENDANCE AT ROB WACO JITNEY MAN. , THE LOCAL CAUTAUQUA. Sheriff Hugh Smith and City ' The Chautauqua opened with Marshal Wiley Fisher pased its first number Thursday af- through Bartlett, Wdensday ternoon to a large audience, night, en route to Waco with the h increnaed considera. three soldier-chauffeurs of Rich ... . . field, who are charged with the bl' at evening performance. murder of Edward if am, a Waco ne program is a most numusi MONTHLY MEETING OF BARTLETT RED' CROSS. The regular monthly meeting of the Red Cross was held at the Central Christian church, Tuesday evening, at 8:30, with a good attendance. Mrs. Jones, our worthy chair man presided in her usual splen jitney driver, Saturday night, ' ing. one, and everybody should j did way. Rev. Irvin o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 17 May 1918

yttnwpmmmmm r !fe ? , j 'jaj I"' - ,,-r "& -.-. & i ry.- -' far: '. , ' ,,.". .'f-.i..;. , .-ys AX.; " , rlt' "' ''iVV -? i V fas i&'K ( ?F! $ V4 ra we of mercy drawn through jp, an ocean of unspeakable pain" ,' & ' Your Red Cross Fighting Dollars Your Army and Navy fights to make the "World safe for Democracy." (S Your' Red Cross fights to make it fit for Democracy. Fights for your soldiers yours and your allies in trench, canteen and hospital. Fights for the little children, to save them for the nations' upbuildings of tomorrow. Fights for the swarms of homeless, dazed refugees and " repatriates " thrown out from the war's black whirl- pool. Fights the white plague, tuberculosis, that takes a greater toll than lead and steel. Fights in every war stricken country to uphold a wrecked and suffering humanity in its struggle for a free existence. One hundred million dollars to "carry on. No power of taxation, no interest rate to urge those dollars. Each one a volunteer,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 17 May 1918

-nr v; 01 I ,f- 1 ft t ' ; if, . t 41-. I 1 - . t? r, ', if r v-,; i i i 4" 4.f ! s L V f ,4 ' 1 - h ! ."H 't .- t- $f . iJr '$& ; i Ik 7i ; t,fii"( .. - i. n.i; ', 'Jl :P. " - ft. " G t , - - v ' f I "SL; 3 ; I iff r"" '- - I '. J " ft. i Is fl Bw ' r .'. .. "r ' '' , ' K K'Vi ' S8ff WH - ii J '$. IV 5M LM i s j' t 4 . 4i jh U I 'A great net of mercy drawn through on ocean of unspeakable pain" .'?'y i .1 HAVE you ever lain in No Man's Land, with a shattered thigh and a throat that burned with thirst ? Has your wife ever begged food for her children and herself at the mess-kitchen of a soldiers' camp ? Has your little son ever torn his mother's heart' with a plaintive cry, day after day, for food she couldn't give him? ' Has your little daughter, clad in a ragged dress, her only dress, ever shivered night after night in the ruined cellar of what was once her home ? Has your city ever been destroyed nay, pow- dered, bricks, stone, timbers and all so ground into the dust that one ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 17 May 1918

I on&v.. t-A .." w $ bk mm I UttEa' WBHBBBCErqEim Always On The Job Ready to take care of your antomobile troubles. We have but one kind of ser- vice to offer and that is first class. Our years of experience in this line of work together with our up to date equipment puts us in position to serve you to the maxmium of efficiency. We recharge Ford magnetos and guarantee them to be as strong as when the car was new. The time is here to have your spring over- hauling done so your car will be ready to make that summer trip you intended to make when the crop is laid by. Full line of Accessories, Ajax Tires, Gaso- line, Oils and Greases. Bartlett Motor Inn "The Garage of Satisfactory Service." BARTLETT, TEXAS ?5he TRIBUNE and NEWS ' R. F. Cates, Editor and Owner ', Published Friday of Each Week Subscription, $1.00 Per Year. yv"1. " fEhitarod as second-class mat- !rR? tlie post office at Bartlett, Texas, under the act of March 3, 1879. Four Weeks a Newspaper Month Advertising Rates: Dis...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 17 May 1918

r, Ctunp Travis Letter. May 11, 1913. The tiewlv lr;ilhl men, now being recei'd into the Nation- al Army, at Camp Travis, cer- tainly ought to be the pick of the land if they pass all the ex- aminations and inspections to which they are subjected. It doesn't make much difference whether the rookie has a pro- lapsed transverse arch in his foot or decadent molar in his head, there's a specialists wait- ing for him to find it out and give directions for setting it right, corps and why in short, a pret- ty fair word picture of the man gets onto rnp cnrns 1110 iiprsun- nel force prepares for each sol- dier in the army. And he goes with hinl through all his army life. It must always be Hiram J. II. Junius won't go. There's a special tuberculosis board. When a man gets by 1,300,000 AND MORE TO COME UNDER DRAFT. MR. HOOPEH PAYS HIGH TRIBUTE TO THE PRESS. T Editor Bartlett Tribune: I The greatest Tribute I can pay the Press of the Eleventh Federal Reserve Districl is to ! the point to the co...

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