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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 26 July 1918

ih P p& T5fie TRIBUNE and NEWS U. F. Cates, Editor .and Owner Entered as second-class mat- ter at the post ofllce at Bartlett, Texas, under thp act of March $, 1879. Four "Weeks a Newspaper Month Advertising Rates: 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. t Subscription, $1.00 Per Year. FRIDAY, JULY 26TII. If nothing moro there will bo a shower of ballots in Texas to-morrow. THE STAR IN THE WINDOW. Ono doos not walk many squares o in nny city or town now without seuig uiu iviu-Buivitu '"B '" u win- dow or on the wall, usually there is only ono star, but here and there a flag announces that two or more CAMP TRAVIS PUBLICITY OFFICE U. S. N. A. Camp Travis. July 20, 1018. The army has just about decided brave follows have gono out from ' that icvcn from a coldly material home to wage battlo for right again- point of viow, the religious influenco st wrong. Those fl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 26 July 1918

fFVf'M '& "' WtJ wf Central Christian Church, t mswmmammmaum l V. & W " WA It' It. ML Vf W 51 $ VOTE FOR Edgar I Ha For-County Clerk He is ambitious and patriotic, having been rejected xin every branch of military service. He has made a good deputy and is worthy of promotion. (Political Advertisement) LOCALS AND PERSONALS For Sale Good Milk Cow for cash. G. A . Jcsscc. Mrs. Efile Bartlett of San Antonio is hero on a visit. Don't forgot tho meeting at the tabernacle next week. John Scott of Granger was a Bart- lett visitor yesterday. Christian meeting begins at the "tabernacle Tuesday night. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. McKay of Sparks, were here Wednesday. Miss Zula Lewis of Tnylor 13 the guest in the home of the Misses Isaacs. - Mr. nnd Mrs T. L. Smith and Miss Lucy Clift of Austin arc visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Blair. Cornel Look! and Hurry the big bargains at the Necessity Store, Ju- ly 27 to August 4th. Herman Hcmpol who is in tho Navy visited his father George Hempel, at Schwert...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 26 July 1918

S( v ...a IS?"-'-1? IP Excelsior NON-SKID Trusses JP Sanitary Can Be Washed Adhesive Will Not Slip Positively Remains Set, once adjusted to person. Rupture Cannot Work Out from under Pad. Soft. Resilient. Will not collapse. No holes for secre- tion or germs to breed. The easiest Trust in the world to fit. Most trouble of Trusses arie from the pad slipping or moving from Hernia and the Rupture comes out such an occurance is impossible with a ''NON-SKID" TRUSS. Beware of ImitationInsist on the Genuine A Perfect Fitting Truss Often Effects A Permant Cure In "Loving Tribute. Leatherman Drug Company BARTLETT, TEXAS LOCALS AND PERSONALS Chas. Lindemann o Miles is here on a visit. Miss LaVernfc Cates visited friends in Llano this week. Mrs. I. Gold visited relatives in Taylor Sunday. Hev. G. L. Barefield of Davilla, was hero Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. L. Staheno arc visit- ing in Austin county. Mrs. A. S. Harkins and family enjoyed an outing at Summers Mill tho past week. Mrs. Jane Allen, of Ro...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 26 July 1918

r.BJH7 .lv 7t "VHKt !CE SHORTAGE !H HOUSTON CUTS DOWN SUPPLY TO ! CHEESE AT HIE RIGHT PilCE I W5 HOUSEWIVES ARE EXPECTED TO USE FAIR PRICE LISTS AS MARKET "YARDSTICKS" The Federal Food Administra .j-- fK,-flii(, mmmamK" I JP NOH-ESSENTtALS t-.k I- i . Ifc f j i ; f K-s " $MK ?; IW iV. i.T1 'V- Excessively hot weather and not a lack of supplies has mude it neces- Bary to con- serve .100 tons of ice in Hous- ton a day. Just how to meet the local situa- tion and at the Bamc time not cause the small consumer t o suffer was a problem for the food administration and the ice dealers of Houston to decide. ,The result of a conference on Monday afternoon at the office of Administrator Pedcn was the decision to cut the non-essential users of ice to 75 per cent of their normal consumption, in- cluding all users of ice above 200 pounds. Soda fountains, soft drink stands, ice cream manufacturers and similar industries will feel the order rather sharply many of them already in the throes of adjust...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 26 July 1918

ap , '.JTf Q '-'', ' ' . ' . ' u' ' ' - .1 M I MJiMMMMNnMMMHnMnMVMMmMfnnMMiaaMinwMimMMiwiMaMMamMmmMMMaMM I I' i MH. RttKRMM. HKLPING THE BOYS TO GET STARTED, Tho following address was delivered by Mr. O. W. Shcrrill, "Williamson County Agent, nt the Texas Swine Breeders' Meeting nt A. & M. College: Mr, Chnirmnn nnd Friends: Presuming that 1 am speaking to weoplo who aro interested in raising bettor boy3 and bettor hogs, I will not boro you with tho dctnils of bog raising, but merely enumerate somo of tho things that have dono in Wil- liamson county in holping the boys to got started, especially along tho lino of tho Pig Club Movement. With sixteen Williamson County banks finnacing Pig Club Boys, I am enfd in snying that no deserving boy has yet been refused assistance in buying bis pig or broodsow, where ho was willing to follow tho suggestions of tho County Agent. Whilo somo bankers have made different terms, given more or loss encouragement, assistance, and boosting to tho mov...

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

VWBPi fe wtimxut ify I IH fu HI ih ih Uh d b B AND NEWS : -1 R.F. CATES, Editor and Pkop. BARTLETT WLLIAMSON COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY, AUGUST 2, 1918. $1.00 Tear. VOL. XXXIII. No. 8 v. i "w'' GOVERNOR HOBBY LEADS OVER TWO TO ONE LIGHTNESS NIGHTS TOR TWO NIGHTS EACH WEEK, Dallas, Texas, July 31. Returns for governor from 3590 precincts out of 4300 in the stato givo: Hobby 385,540, Ferguson 100,770. Beturn3 for lieutenant governor from 2G92 precincts glvo: Moore, COUNTY TRUSTEES MEETING MONDAY, AUGUST 5. In conformity with an order issued. The County Board of School Trus- ii i ii. jmi ,.i ,irt tecs will meet in annual session with recently by tho national fuel admin- ,1(J ,ocnl trugtcc8 of tho rospcctivo' istration, all unnecessary illumina- gchool districts of the county next tion must bo dispensed with on Mon- First Monday, August 5th as required day and Tuesday nights of each week, 'by law. and the order is much more drastic Thsmeetmgs one of emos 72.570. Cowoll 62,011, Bailey 88,328,...

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

'i-" K6? TRIBUNE and NEWS K. F. Catcs, Editor and Owner Entered as second-class mat- ter at the post office at Bartlett, Texas, under thn act of March 1, 1879. Four Weeks a Newspaper Month "j ' 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 inchos to be used in 12 months. Governor W. P. obby is president' "Whether you slop to pray at 11 of tho $1,000 Limit Club of Texas, o'clock when tfmi Wr thn vriifetln of There are nearly 5.000 members, all tho Ico Pactory surely this llttlo . . u uuu(,uk . b-" story from Alabama should inako number of War Savings Stamps the . . , . ., . finvnrnmnnt will nnrmlt nn Individual S"loUS during thcSO moments: to own. iThoro's a little town about sixty j miles south of Birmingham on tho ri l ... - i.i . ' Louisvillo & Nashville Railroad called second primary, which will bo hold Verbena. Tho town Is well named; August 24. Those women who did it is red...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 2 August 1918

ipffpWJy t'lj;1 ij-".vf "' jr!F" mm ,. Bx . 4i I. r V i i In WWM aca Excelsior NON-SKID Trusses Central SaWtary Can Be Washed, Adhesive Will Not Slip Positively Remains Set, once adjusted to person. Rupture Cannot Work Out from under Pad. Soft. Resilient. Will not collaose. No holes for Henra. tion or germs to breed. The easiest Trust in the world to fit. Most trouble of Trusses ari-e from the pad slipping or moving from Hernia and the RllrvHlwl nnninn mil' -..mU ... ., i "lulc -"ca uui-suui an uixuiuuue is impossiDie with a "NON-SKID" TRUSS. Beware of Imitation Insist on the Genuine A Perfect Fitting Truss Often Effects A Permant Cure Sumlav SrJifil munion nt thotcj' The Pastor is olistlc meeting nicotintr is hein much Interest m HO First Metho in ttff ffii k. e; a M Church. a. m. Com -ho session. ic on Evnntr- 11a and the tendod with McCnrty. i flnllrrli -) a 't Preaching at isOlHt m., by the rnstor. ; l Sunday School ufli iastor win oe win ner in hln mnnHn&. I ... .....,,. .(...

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

?WSS ? v i 4.1 i t RESULT OF ELECTION IN BELL AND WILLIAMSON. TOTAL VOTE CAST IN BAIITLETT BOX PRECINCT CONVENTIONS HELD SATURDAY Wm'sn. tfrnltcd Slates Senator: ! Morris Sheppard, 320 Governor: W. P. Hobby, 300 r J. B. Ferguson, 27 Lieutenant Governor: Bell 229 235 CO 8. B. Cowcll, 17 30 W. A. Johnson. 234 160 ' J. M. Hondorson, 11 10 i T. W. Davidson, 15 32 JL. H. Bally, 3 14 J. R. Moore, 25 28 Chief Justico Supremo Court Nelson Phillips, 328 288 Associate Justice Surprcmo Court: ' T. B. Grconwood, 265 214 3. D. Harvey, 63 65 Associate Justice, Court of Crimin al Appeals: R. II. Ward, 20 O. S. Lattimoro, 240 C. A. Pippcn, 12 ( P. B. Martin, 3 ' TW. Pioraon, 23 State Treasurer: .,1. M. Edwards, 120 . J. W. Baker, 188 Attorney General: f -J. W. Woods, 123 .' VC. M. Curcton, 168 1 M. Spoont3, 21 .Railroad Commissioner: .J. L. Andrews, 46 . C. H. Hurdleston, 48 ' -CE. Gilmorc, 225 Comptroller of Public Accounts: C. C. Mavfield, 158 64 i S. II. Goodlott, 90 122 p. B. Terrell, G4 04 Com...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 9 August 1918

rvK.wsn 'VOH & rfrv - - ?W ' a ' AND NEW,S R. F. CATES, Editor and Prop. BARTLETT WLLIAMSON COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY, AUGUST 9, 1918. , $1.00 Year. VOL. XXXIII. No. 9 a& inufrZA h 8 Itoitfleli If V " ' ,1 -t kl " BARTLETT BOY HAS FINE AVAR RECORD ALLEGED FORGER .BREWERS . TAKEN IN CHARGE Herbert Bozeman, son of E. D. Bozeman of this city, npw nn instruct- or at Forth McPhorson, Georgia, says that his present manner of helping to win tho war is entirely too tnmo. Ho has made application to return to France, whero no formerly spent nino months. i Young Bozeman lta sa fine war re- cord. A linotype machine operator with tho Fort Worth Record, ho left his position .there to attend the ofli- cers' training Bchool at San Antonio. There ho was given a commission as Second Lieutenant. In regular course of time, ho was sent to France, and was transferred to a company in com- mand of Archie Roosovelt, a son of ox-President Roosevelt. Ho spent nino months in France It.cludinfi' nino weeks ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 9 August 1918

.T-sr, am,ifc "' ' Mj ' V l jji ' ft!' tf-.- ! r "U tJk it' ;K ftmXi'7 ti D Jk- r She TRIBUNE and NEWS It. F. Gates, Editor and Owner Entered as second-class mat- ter at the post office at Bartlett, Texas, under thn act of March 8, 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. Subscription, $1.00 Per Year. FRIDAY, AUGUST 9th, 1918. Don't worry about an independent candidate running for governor of Texas. It will not bo. Tho people who tremble about the yellow peril, are sometimes tho same who patronizo the Chniese laundry Don't jump at conclusi. is and take every rumor you hear seriously. It will pay you to wait for tho truth. It may not bo in keeping with Old World dignity and punctilious form, but a Yankee officer's official report that "the bocho turned tail and ran like hell" is the most cheering that has como ou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 9 August 1918

)4 $' j i J . M & l'K. JP mm xcelsior NON-SKID Trusses Sanitary Can- Be Washed Adhesive Will Not Slip Positively Remains Set, once adjusted to person. Rupture Cannot Work Out from under Pad. J3of t. Resilient. Will not collapse. No holes for secre- tion or germs to breed. The easiest Trust in the world to fit. Most trouble of Trusses arise from the pad slipping or moving from Hernia and the Rupture comes out such an qccurance is impossible with a "NON-SKID" TRUSS. Beware of ImitationInsist on the Genuine A Perfect Fitting Truss Often Effects A Pennant Cure Leatherman Drug Company BARTLETT, TEXAS v - M. LOCALS AND PERSONALS Car heavy feed oats at Rowntree Bros. For Sale Good Milk Cow for cash. G. A . Jcsscc. J. J. Bucck remembered the Tri- bune this week. Emil Raake is with the Gersbach- Wacker Co. again. Mrs .W. R. Carr, of Fort Worth, was here Saturday. Mr .and Mrs. T. D. Carr are visit- ing friends in Elgin. W, B. Denson of Granger was here Saturday on business. Cyru3 Young i3...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 9 August 1918

vjf i A '.J Jfc , - .. M - I) Ir F Ready rd Business Our Gin is Equipped with the best modern machinery and our customers will receivq the very best service. ' Give Us We Will Appreciate Your Patronage Our yard man, Chas. Adams, will attend to your wants. artlett bin C. C. WILSON, Mgr. Keep In Hind. The monthly meeting of tho Red Cross nt the Tabernacle next Tuesday night. In addition to business that 'will be transacted a musical program will be rendered. PUBLICITY DEPARTMENT Price interpreting committee of Bartlett, Federal Food Administra- tion for Texas. Stanton Allen, chairman, Joe Knight, Ben Wacker, W. L. Stokes and Ed Lawarnce. Flour, 48 lb sack $3.15 Flour, 24 lb sack. ?1.G0 Flour, bnek lb 07 Sugar - 10 Rice . 12 Potatoes 4 Onions .- 05 Bread .10 Com meal 25 lb 1.60 Compound lard .28 to .30 Best Canvas Ham 38 to .40 Dry Salt Bacon 33 to .35 Breakfast Bacon.. - 50 to .GO Cheese 33 to .35 I I I 1 ww An In itation. The big union' Choir is requested to meet Friday night at tho ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 16 August 1918

imtlltll Mtmuu&i r AND NEWS s- R. P. CATES, Editor and Prop. BARTLETT WLLIAMSON COUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDAY, AUGUST 16, 1918. $1.00 Year. VOL. XXXIII. No. 10 CONVENTION OP NATIONAL CON V J-N gVL ASsoCIATION AN INTERESTING LETTER FROM ALFRED WACKER NEW WORLD RECORD1 FOR THE ALLIES. m b. Pfe Ik u 9 Dcnr Esther: Just n few linos to keep the lino of communication unbioken. How I wish I could tell you of my experi ences, but I must content myself with setting them down on paper. We arc getting better food horo than in England, because there wo never stayed long enough in one place to get any real meals, but only lunches. ft L!oh Tho National Dental associuuu.l mot in convention Monday, August h and continued in session five Jays at Chicago The meeting was of un- usual interest having among thd speakers some notables from various Nations, wc mention a few of the distinguished speakers s Sargeant Gencal Gorgas of the U. c Aw finnnral Noble of the U. S. V . i-vinnnl Wm. H. G. Logan, 4-i.io- r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 16 August 1918

O T5he TRIBUNE ...v.1 . . .- - '-, ' -'. ' J LJJIl'-LU!!!1" lllllJLl!!!?!'' 'Jill!! ".'U. - inn ,,, -, , , it"WHHBBBw and NEWS R. F. Catcs, Editor and Owner 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. Subscription, $1.00 Per Year. FRIDAY, AUGUST lGth 1328. asst Alter all life is nrrf.tv -fnMtr nvnr. aged what you don't know of the other fellows' troubles would fill a book. Things are coming our way, says tne Kaiser, m substance. So they arc, 15UI, and among other things swmo millions of American soldiers. Financial American. Th? U Boats are active this week una me victims of their treachery ar- Injured troops o nboard the Austra- lian Ambulance Transport Warelda. The number reported drowned is given as 123. The ship wa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 16 August 1918

' w v ! - ? V' Excelsior NON-SKID Trusses Sanitary Can Be Washed Adhesive Will Not Slip"" Positively Remains Set, once adjusted to person. Rupture Cannot Work Out from under Pad. Soft. Resilient. Will not collapse. No holes for secre- tion or germs to breed. The easiest Trust in the world to fit. Most trouble of Trusses arise from 1 the pad slipping or moving: from Hernia and the I Rupture comes out such an occurance is impossible With a "JNOJN-SiUJU" TKUSS. Beware of ImitationInsist on the Genuine A Perfect Fitting Truss Often Effects A Permant Cure Leatherman Drug Company BARTLETT, TEXAS LOCALS AND PERSONALS m - Car heavy food oats at Rowntreo Br$a. H, W. Davidson wont to Smithville "Wednesday. 'iSam. Young did b'usiness in Temple Wednesday. Corley Rowntrec was a Waco vis itor Sunday. Paul Jesse was in Taylor Tuesday on business. Rowntreo Bros, arc now making on groceries. Sirs. Archio Heap of Austin is vis- iting horparcnts . Born to Mr. and Mrs. Roy Horton On last Friday, a girl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 16 August 1918

jf wre a A " .. U . JS K- w- - i ,v. ? Vfi yn cady For usmess Our Gin is Equipped with the best modern machinery and our customers will receive the g very best service. Give Us a Trial. We Will Appreciate Your Patronage Our yard man, Chas. Adams, will attend to your wants. ' $ artlett Ice Go m g in Lo C. C. WILSON, Mgr. LRNING TO TREE OWNERS. .llav noticed many of our shade -..trgea in Bartlett bleeding recently. ?-f hfs'is 'caused by the ruptures of tho inner bark, or congested condition of tho tree. This bleeding is liable to cause the death of the tree, or so much danger that some time may bo necessary for its recovery. Such trees should be treated it once. To do so the wound should be carefully cleaned , dried and melted bees' wax applied with a brush in cuflicient quantities to sear the wound thus making it air tight. This pro- cess will cause new bark to form and produce a cure for the tree. In many cases it may be necessary lo pare away the old bark, being careful not to inju...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 23 August 1918

vTSWir ; f T-J i . ?' 1' K ?"( '- 0 ', AND NEWS B.F. CATES, Editor and Prop. BARTLETT WLLIAMSON COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY, AUGUST 23, 1918, $1J30 Year. VOL. XXXIII. , JSfo. ll h; T COUNTY COMMISSIONERS CITY SCHOOLS WILL OPEN SEPTEMBER I' MAKE TA?C LEVY if w he IBacriJjeff h f"5" -.V Kt '4 , a Ifc v- NAME ON CASUALTY LIST FORMER BARTLETT MAN'S (Austin-American) Monday casualty list contained tho nnmo of Walter F. Linobergor, Los Angeles, Cal., a captain of engineers 4n Franco. " Young Llneberger was a citizen of Texas tho greater portion of his life, but nftcr graduating from. A. & M. College went to Old Mexico "to see tho country for a month". After get ting on to tho situation as it exist- ed there then, under President Diaz, he remained just seven years. Ho thon returned to tho homo of his par cnts, Capt and Mrs. J. II. Lincberg er of Austin, who 'had removed from Eartlctt, Texas during tho son's ab sence. Represented Republic of Mexico. Llneberger mado this first -visit home on h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 23 August 1918

'.": , .. .. " ' i ' ' "i ii ii i ii i ii i ii i- i , Q I y .1 fr sSS Excelsior NON - M Positively Remains Set, once adjusted to person. Rupture Cannot Worlo Out from under Pad. Soft. Resilient. Will not collapse. No holes for secre- tion or germs to breed. The qasiest Trust in the world to fit. Most trouble of Trusses arise from the pad slipping or moving from Hernia and the Rupture comes out such an occurance is impossible with a "NON-SKID" TRUSS. Beware of Imitation Insist on the Genuine A Perfect Fitting Truss Often Effects A Pennant Cure Leatherman Drug Company BARTLETT, TEXAS -he TRIBUNE and NEWS R. F. Cates, Editor and Owner Entered as second-class mat- ter at the post office at Bartlett, Texas, under the act of March 8. 1879. Four Weeks a Newspaper Month Advertising Rates: Display, per inch lSc 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. Subscription, 51.00 Per Year. FRIDAY, AUGUST...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bartlett Tribune and News — 23 August 1918

i 7 P i , cr u t turn I f 3Sr ' iy Pi! !- 4? - Hal v- j m -'- .-! hK ai : K. 1 ,: - 'w-r -r '? . P.1 I asMi" ns. v M' WP.' j'i.' r jr.ix fim: j.a.- '.J.-IJW!.- W-t lr j. ?' Mr mr: yti i$Kf v . ? Kf? .I pr t' ALS AND PERSONALS 6 .fff fetedJ n't fail to read Rowntroe Bros Cnr tinnw foed oats at Rowntroe Bros. It will pay you to read Rowntrcoi Bros, 'fld. . R&wnlroo Bros, arc now making on groceries. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Marshal .Thorp, a girl. R. B. Ramsey remembered tho Trlbuno this w$ck. , JM. A, Cox left ycBtenlay for Waxa- hachlo to buy cotton. ifa, &'& Taylor of Granger was hero H - Car of North Texas choice llay on 5 track". Lawxenco Bros. 4 '- Miss Sarah Lanehlin has returned yc - "i - j., ;; from per visit 10 oianiora . ' '....y Car nt North Texas choice Hay un Jf, j. jtt - - - - w iA- 4ntr- T.nwnmrn tlrna. F t?A Hftln T will Rf11 mv 1017 mod- , ,!, el Bulck car. Henry Tlucek. Mrn. Jon Brldcres and duurchter """-viailed' in Tcmplo the past week. ' Lon Curtis, Esq.,...

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