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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 28 June 1918

r4 'BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JUNE' 28 1918 TIE BR6WNW00D BULLETIN MAYES PRINTING CO. PROPS. Member Associated Press EVEN' THE KIDS ARE ON TO'HHf. Published every afternoon Sunday ezcep Office of Publication Bulletin Build ing corner Brown and Lee Streets Entered at the Postoffice at Brown wood Texas as second class matter TELEPHONES Editorial Office No. 22 Business Office No. Any erroneous reflection upon the character standing or reputation o any person firm or corporation which may appear in the columns of The Dally Bulletin will be gladly corrected upon Its being brought to the attention of the publishers. The Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to the use for republication of all news dispatches credited to it or not otherwise credited in this paper and also the local news published herein. I BOIL DRINKING WATER The City Health Officer advises the people of Brownwood to boil water to be used for drinking purposes for at least fifteen minutes as a precau- tionary measure to protec...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 28 June 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JUNE 28 1918 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS WANTED FOR SALE WANTED Plain and fancy sowing. ; FOR SALE New five passeger Ford Mrs.' L. Davis -S00 Rogan St. 22-H) WANTED Woman to do light house- work. Call at 1505 Avenue 13 2l4tfe STENOGRAPHER desires position .References furnished. Phone 515. tfc WANTED Any Kind of -welding; sat- isfaction guaranteed. Phone 113. 171tfc car. Phone J-350. 220eode FOR SALE Nico young .Jersey cow fresh in milk. Phone R-fl2:. 223e TO TRADE 5 passenger Detroit .car for "wagon harness team saddle etc. J. H. Staton Phone J-10S3. 21FTtfc "WANTED 100 to 300 goats on shares good pasturage. J H. Staton phone! J-10S3. 217tfc WANTED To ouy second hand furni- ture. New Second Hand Store 110 E. Broadway Phone 975. 159tfc WANTED Second hand household goods at the Home Furniture Store. Phone 4S4. Buy a Thrift Stamp 231c FOR SALE 1 DIG model Ford at a bar- gain. Will take Liberty Bonds. iLec McAlister phone J-D29.. 2lfllfc 'WANTED Furniture and household ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 28 June 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JUNE 28 1918 it iing END OF THE MONTH SALE ! EXTRAORDINARY BARGAINS FOR "SATURDAY" LAST DAY OF THE MONTH AND OF THE "JUNE WHITE" SALE AVe have made preparations for a Busy Day Saturday and economies arc such that you should not overlook. This store is growing da ily in volume of sales in new customers many come here after trying out their regular trad ing places and are delighted to find just the article or garment 'they're looking for. Get the 'habit of including the IIEMPIIIIiL-FAIX STOKE on your shopping list. It will pay you. You will find here correct styles NEW MER- CHANDISE and popular prices. Our "Brand New" Stock of Women's Suits and Dresfes "All" Bought Since we Took the "Brin Store" Now Sale Priced. Two women having tried their regular shopping places walked into our readv to wear department yesterday and found NEW SUITS THAT PLEASED THEM they bought. Have you tried our ready to wear department? If not do so you will find here stocks fluit uikuw thn den...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 29 June 1918

BROWNWOOT) BULLETIN OIL FIELD NEWS AND GOSSIP ON PAGE PRICE FIVP CENTS BROWN WOOD TEXAS SATURDAY JUNE 29 1918 VOL XVII NO. 22C 4b ALLIED SUCCESSES MAY SOON FORCE RESUMPTION OF BATTLE Important Positions Are Being Taken by French and Brit- ish and Germans Cannot Afford to Wait Long Be- fore Launching Another Offensive (By Associated Press.) The Germans have shown no inten- tion of resuming the offensive but it may be that French and British suc- cesses "will spur them to action he- fore the allies gain other important positions hetween Ypres and Rheims. j Except in Flanders south of tho Aisne the western battle iriAt has been quiet. Intense aerial activity con- tinues without let-up. The allied planes accounted for fifty-three ene my machines while Berlin claims the downing of twenty-five allied ;K- plames. Freack HepHlse Attacks. PARIS June 29. rA German attack on the front southwest of Soissons to eject the French from the position ta- ken by them Thursday was repulsed last night T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 29 June 1918

it. 2. BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JUNE 29 1918 OIL FIELD NEWS AND GOSSIP iMOirATTOKfty oil rmrr.m WILL L'UECT VOWfiU PlJAYr OA JIALL BROS. JIOUXTAIN The Richardson .01! Gamn&nv- has construction well under way on Pow-j.foeL The erection of rig on Gray t'o. cr Plant No. 2 whi.'h will lx located jl by the Sun company will be started on their Hall -lease on ton "of theiFrfrlny. " t M-mntaln. The foundation has been) 'The Gulf Production company ! on laid and boiler set. and it Avill bo rusk--j the Russel acreage is Wgged and will cd to completion as soon as the pow-io spudded Saturday cr is received which should bo In aj The Mutual company on the Bab- Aery few days jlngton bkye made a location for their There are qnite a number oT wollsjNo. 2 af 1500 feet southwest of -the on this particular lease of tho Rich-j ardson Oil Company which lias beet) in:mped in tho past by the small sar- dine engines wl&ch arc .in general used in the Brownwood field. The small engines referred to havft a s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 29 June 1918

BRbWNWOOD BULLETIN JUNE 29 1918 ry i 4. I . I ; - - - "-7 -k''. ff The Coggin National Bank Capital $100000.00 DIRECTORS G L. McCartney Ben F. Stone . J. W. Gilliam E. B. Gilliam Geo. Kidd Your Business Appreciated the Reverend West pastor of tho Houston Heights Baptist church us ing the impressive ring ceremony. Prior to the entrance of the bridal couple Mrs. Clarence Cooley sister of the bride sang "At Nightfall" by Met- calf accompanied by. Mrs. Adolphus Plentl who also played the Mendels- sohn's wedding march with violin ob- ligate by Mr. Adolphus Plentl. Tho bride was very handsomely and becomingly gowned in -white georg ette crepe trimmed wfth satin folds TRACING EVOLUTION OF BAR In Old Rome It Had Its Origin In Re-lations- Existing Between Patron and Client. "Hg- The Roman bar -writes S. P. Scott. In Case and Comment deduced its origin from the Intimate. association of pa- tron and client in the days of the re- public. This relation founded upon mutual support and assistance ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 29 June 1918

r4 BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JUNE 29 1918 HE BROWNWOOD BULLETIN MAYES PRINTING CO.r PROPS. Member Associated Press Published every afternoon except Sunday Office of Publication Bulletin Build ing corner Brown and Lee Streets Entered at the Postoffice at Brown wood Texas as second class matter TELEPHONES Editorial Office No. 22 Business Office No Any erroneous reflection upon the character standing or reputation of any person firm or corparation which may appear in the columns of The Daily Bulletin will be gladly corrected upon its being brought to the attention of the publishers. The Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to the use for republication of all news dispatches credited to.it or not otherwise credited in this paper and also the local news published herein. A STAXDAKD OF OFFICE HOLDING Because Ferguson in his campaign lor the nomination as the democratic ony of Austria and Germany in Po- land and agreeing that the Russians will make no investments of capital In Poland marked a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 29 June 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN' JUNE 29 1918 1 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS WANTED "WANTED 2 burner gasoline stove. ring 14G. M. "XL Clark 220p WANTED Plain and fancy sewing. Mrs. L Davis 800 Rogan St. 224 p STENOGRAPHER desires position References furnished. Phone 515. tfc "WANTED 2 hurner gasoline stov ring 14G. M. M. Clark 220p WANTED Any Kind or welding; sat- isfaction guaranteed. Phone 113. 171 tfc WANTED 100 to 300 goats on shares good pasturage. J. H. Staton phone J-1083. 2l7tfc WANTED To rent modern 4 or. 5 room house in good locality. Address XYZ care Bulletin. dhtf WANTED Young girl to assist with house work. Mrs. H. Male SOS Cog- gin Ave. Phone R SGS. 221c WANTED To Duy second hand furni- ture. Kew Second Hand Store. 110 E. Broadway Phone 975. 159tfc WANTED 125 to 150 barrel oil tank also Ford machine for pulling casing Address Box 18 care Bulletin WANTED An experienced house girl wants position as lionse girl or seam- stress. Apply at S15 Pictoria. 22Q WANTED Second hand household good...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 29 June 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JUNE 291918 Summer lime Apparei Radically neaucea 8 Sfiffi This Hemplnll Fain Solo of Women's Heady to Wear will UolcUhe interest of tlie eeon- :nLi.WnmMi of this community. In these tunes of thrift wise is the woman who onncin. f reads-anJ heeds. Our daily messages on this page are prepaid with care and forethought the idea being each day to send out a message that will meet the need of large numbers of our customers. Perhans today's message meets your need. At any rate there real news here today that telk of saving ovcry- woman should kn6w- about who values her appearance and cai-es for economy. - ; ' WOOL OR SILK SUITS $35 io $50 Values $2j.O0 $30.00 to $32.50 values.... 51.j $25 to $27.50 Values $14.95 ii-.nn sillf Suite at $11.45 New out size Wool Skirts greys and tans for 1250 FASCINATING SILK DRESSES AT FASCINATING PRICES SILK DRESSES $35.00 values in newest materials for $27.50 SILK DRESSES $30.00 values in newest materials for. .. .$22.50 SILK DRESSES $27...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 1 July 1918

ral BROWNWOOD BULLET1W S E OIL FlETJ) nh;ws AND rrXiSIIiON PAGE U V PRICE FIVE CENTS BROWNWOOD TEXAS MONDAY JULY 1 1918 VOtXVII NO. 221 i ijj i I 1 n V WISH HOSP m fBy Associated Press.) LONDON July l.A German sub marine sank a British hospital ship tlie Lanovcry Castle off Fastnet June 27. The vessel was homeward bound from Canada and carried two hundred and fifty-eight persons. A boat con- taining twenty-four persons was landed. The hospital ship carried eighty members of the Canadian army med- ical corps arid fourteen female nurses. American Steamer .Sunk. V (By Associated Press.) "WASHINGTON July ' 1. The crew of the American Steamer California which was sunk off the French coast by a mine has been landed at at French port. GERMAN PLAN FOR BIG WIRELESS STATION IN IS ENDED . DEPARTURE OF COUNT LPXBURG FOLLOWED BY DISMANTLING OF .APPARATUS. (Associated Press Correspondence). ARGENTINE BUENOS. Aires May 11. (By Mail.) j bonds will ha given anjalmost man The deiinrture nf Count Karl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 1 July 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JULY 1 1918 1 tBEBROWMWOO'BPUETrti MAYES PRINTING00-. PJtOPS L Published .ucmoer AssocP" ress SSCCpt a v-t' uu o iiuiiui.- nisiraelloinj eitncjSS Ihey interfered with his New York Times: When Mr eijate needs. He seemingly used i George "Wharton Pepper calls on every rOoor Office of Publicat fLco strccta Jng corner Brov" ETcffice at Brown- wood. Texa Jcc-'nd class matter ' TEL? Editorial Office" Business Offi-cy'" HONES No. 22 No. 6 in nH reflection upon the character ndlng or reputation of anv nr.Ponn.irm or corporation which may appV In tne columns of The Daily BtiPln uo gladly corrected upon jtglng brought to the attention of the "D"S"en. his position as the state executive to borrow large sums of money under the most suspicious circumstances and then held that it was nobody's business where he got It and that the people had no right to know to whom as governor of Texas he was bound for the obligation. . "From the position of trust from the solid ground of confi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 1 July 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JULY 1 1918 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS WANTED WANTED Plain and fancy sewing. Mrs. L. Davis 800 Rogan St. 22-ip STENOGRAPHER desires position References furnished. Phone oK. tfc WANTED Any Kind or welding; sat- isfaction guaranteed. Phone 113. 171tfc WANTED 100 to 300 goats on shares good pasturage. J. H. Staton phone J-10S3. 217tfc WANTED To rent modern room house in good locality. XYZ care Bulletin. 4 or a; Address dhtf WANTED Young girl to assist with house work. 3Irs. H. Male JOS Cog- gin Ave. Phone R SOS. 221c WANTED To Duy second hand furni- ture. New Second Hand Store 110 E. Broadway Phone 975. laDtfc WANTED 125 to 150 barrel ojl tank also Ford machine for pulling casing. Address Box IS care Bulletin. 222p WANTED An experienced house girl wants positfon as liouse girl or scam- stress. Apply at Sir. Victoria. 22ip WANTED Second hand household goods at the Home Furniture Store. Phone 4S1. Buy a Thrift Stamp. 231c WANTED Furniture and household goods. Highest pr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 1 July 1918

'1 BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JULY 1 1918 i--f vmf- St SSKL I ft f f r 1 ft rfinc most important rnce rve ictions of the Season on es WOOL SKIRTS AT LOW PRICES Our Xew York buyer obtained a close out price on 15 New Wool Skirts that are in the house and are worth wholesale up to $12.30 and are being sold now at retail prices from $7.0S $10.00 to $12.50 NEW SILK PETTICOATS There may be better silk petti- coats for the money than these we offer but we haven't seen them. For instance you can buv PETTICOATS' in near silk with taffeta flounce for on- ly --'s SILK TAFFETA petticoats with new fancy ruffle. $19 to $55 If HEMPHILLfAIN f 0. Successors to Sam Brin PERSONAL ITEMS Jesse Daniels spent yesieruaj m .Qoleman. Dr. Nod Snyder returned !ast night; Trom Fort Worth. 31rs. Edgar Wright returned from Abilene last night. . ' airs. Fred McCulley and. baby are visiting in Houston. - Fred Ellison spent the week-end with his mother in Georgetown. Colonel Jozack. Miller returned to liis home in Belton S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 2 July 1918

IQQD BULLETIN 8 PAGES TODAY OIL FIELD NEWS AND GOSSIP ON PAGE RICE FIVE CENTS BROWN WOOD TEXAS. TUESDAY JULY 2 1918. VOL XVII. NO. 222 HIS ViLLAGEFRO 3 1 Mils - - - r LARGE NUMBER OF PRISO ALLIED LINES MUCH IMPROVED 2 EADS OF GOVERNMENT FAVO VILLAGE OF VAUX IS TAKEN WHEN BROT AM DnWPIAIIMPUOIIDDOfPJ!TT!P JIPUPflDTIIDtP i bniiHr UftLO mUHIlOLHU 1UII0UIi 11JLH A A -5- m&b- AKfc t At t n5 2 ma V A L OF fBaker Daniels and Burleson com " - - - i mitlee and Express Opinions As to Government Control of Telegraph and Tclcphdpe Lines. (By Associated Press) -WASHINGTON July 2 The House' today took the Aswoll resolution iro-j Aiding for the federal control of tel- fc cigraph and telephone lines from the Jwommerce committee and gave it to "rlie Military committee which it i- believed will report it favorably. Secretary Daniels Secretary Uakor .jand Postinaster Genoral Burlesen- ap- .'wpeafed before tlie House Common" Sfemmittec regarding tlie tailing oyer the telegraph and telephone lines "...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 2 July 1918

2 . EROWNWOOD BULLETIN JULY 2 1918. ' r . 1 1 : " J- t i . . OIL FIELD NEWS AND GOSSIP DAILY PRODUCTION INCREASES E nearest to sulphuric acid manufactur- ing plants should be Immediately prepared. TEST FAST OF TOWN. INCREASE OF OVEK FIVE IIFX- lUiED RAKHELS DAILY KKPORT- EU BY FIELD SITEUYLSOK. The'dally production of the shallow field increased a little more than f.OO barrels during June according to de- tailed figures assembled by H. A. Black field supervisor. During May the average daily production vas .:.00D barrels while at the on J of June An important well which is being closely watched by the oil rraternitj here is now drilling about two miles east of the .Matlock well on the Tur key Peak road where a 500-foot test! was made- some time arc No proddc-' i tion. was obtained in the first test buti the log of the well was satisfactory and showed that the location was near: yhat appeared to be a fld in thet Strawn series of the Pennsylvania formation so that tire operators hopei ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 2 July 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JULY 2 1918. Local Bar Endorses TrWo Candidates jor r r Pedce'in 24 Hours for Stomah suffers who -take .Mayr'Si . r - - l.- . Of Interest to Women i 1 exas Supreme Court:- m-t .ojij- :T;1V A (Wlu IllJJtfs:t (;imrIi; '"w smnpli ailments r.not'.ior mm .. . . . font n Miri."vnniT.iii . - . . . ' f . . 1 MMum; uift i him Uarnetl unis o. fiuH-.Mwni o. invs fr Caiuatr and 1 lrors of thf ' Members of ari statements tJie eaiulUiacies of Jr?ce Xrlson l' i "i-SJomach and iuttftiaes. Oall Stoaof lips for the position of ohtof inTci'i Ami IiiliBn. ffantiifis .AutolliJ- of-tho supremo court an 1 .7 toxirjilton "W-Ilnw Jiimai.c ;m i n'hn Tti V.ul-fers in Uv "anzf dre: iiig room. il'YIdny .fr.nr -S wrr' o Titnus i 1 E. . J . ..V-. t. .-f - I "Mf t T .... i- .-. . : I W .4 ...... - ' . - .1. . - - - 1 . . . i.hW SUuh i'hiK . 15. l.rpenwood for associ:.-. j-s'l ;v.-.-r'l mil :iarK uniir (oo Jal.r ' A'i f i' ' i"U'. h wMl i..'t Viln-iiy at.! tho same -court. . ideal rfriUon for orc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 2 July 1918

HE BROWHWOOD BULLETIN HAYES PRINTING CO. PROPS. -uemDer Associated Press Published BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JULY 2. 1918. . ..... - every afternoon Sunday except Office of Publication. Bulletin Build ing corner Brown and Lee Streets Entered at the Postoffiefi nr nWn. wood Texas as second class matter TELEPHONES Editorial Office .... Business Office .... No. 22 No. C Any erroneous reflection upon the character standing or reputation or ny person firm or corporation which may appear in the eolun'ins of The Dally Bulletin win be gladly corrected upon Its being brought to the attention of the publishers. The Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to the use for republication of all news dispatches credited to it or not otherwise credited in this papei id also the local news published herein. TAKING OYER THE WIKE LIXKS. Government control of the tele- phone and telegraph lines of .the country fs coming. It results largely from the same causes which led to foyenrtnfcht control of the railroad...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 2 July 1918

BROWNWOOD TEXAS JULY 2 1918. r5- AMUSEMENTS Tfce lutiser at Lyric Wednesday ajld . - v i - - -- . . - i . i mi clearer unqerstanuing ol yny t;ie yeying President Wilson's message. United States lias entered the war asking for the termination of wholc- to stamp out :kaiserism. It showrflsale murder of neutrals on trans-At llunv the kaiser planned the sinking of;lantic sliips the torpedoing of which Uhn Ltiistnnin nnri au-anifid n snnrJ-ol'the kaiser has ordered and continues "The Kaiser the Beast of Berlin'' medal to the "captain of the U-honto visualize historic facts until the me latest and most timely of stiner-Hhut launched the fatal torpedo. I last reel m wnicn iuc auinor leaves photoplays deallntr with the nrowiu Houinninir tht slorv of thn- V.iisnr's ; the fact for. fancy to picture what world war comes to Brownwood afterflife (from fact) the photo play shows; seems likely to he the result of the 1 ti v V . . . - . - - . . 1 1. . r l i i .i i ' I T i i -v 1 1 i -! t. n-n no 5f...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 2 July 1918

BROWNWOOD TEXAS JULY 2 1918. r i tl pM Be Well Dressed : : I ! ' Yif.sk.-iM ivmie ht'i-o .nn'l i.'w )h n VI. I v V-iVf Kurti.Jiiiifrs.that -are how; J f--in '1r.jt:. v. T'..- nSU fej?2ii ''Sjli -ir"4s i-airM Ky us. nro-shMh T;;- U tn.-: ; I ifi r lvl'fr"'eVefe:iry for t!i ..;-:r;.'i1. t! - SmJiln hi 5 'ffliBA'jiQfo-rAjro p-iessi:.-. MBPlSSSKSk V 7 ff . in I Ms Iii;- Our -otai'-il !.-' Ifini ;:;"roy byrd I ?4 MUCH-EXTRAVAGANCE IN PEWS; But OHvp? Weniell Holmes Is Saf'J Lo Havo Written Twelve Mfil'on Ytxd Villi O ic. "For two yprr :nr ?::' rv 'J ihoso r-.'"ni-tt- j-T;:':i wtm ;i:l.t :i hilstiio?; iff c4t' cts-s 1'' ! 1 " r- ijrr Vxilli r'-j.' '..'!...! rl fv-'ii h ni for vnJ..!p; -'0 i'' vli-'. Wt'li'H n..''"- -i "1 ';' T' Vl1 RV.r'f1h.Tft tif.vi" -rr-i. v.lurh h "TTOti I2fi'..''-i V.'ir 1 ." n vu"irl."il!-ii! n-f. i; '. ' ' 1 "' 'I f fi ""-n-rnr n.M-- ' r .JTlnrf f.'T.yjft!'"'-Pj' i' i 'f !.iv. rru iT:.' v' r ' T- '?rFj-i.-t.."ft.. . v--;i. in. i .' " ' . fSty h t-" nv. t .'.- ' ' ' ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 2 July 1918

1 BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JULY 2 1918. 1W CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS WANTED WANTED Wheel chair. Phone IDG. 221c WANTED Plain and fancy sewing Mrs. L. Davis .S00 Rocan St. 224nt Nvvw :FOR SAL.K Nice young Jersey cow STENOGRAPHER desires position !frGshin "? Ph0 R-2" 228? References furnished. Phone 3i:. tfe- F0R SALE f-New 10 IS Model nve-pasr i senger .Fordicar See Wilbur Smith; WANTED Any Kind 'o. welding; sat- - 222tfc Isfaction guaranteed. Phone 113. . r: 17itfc'FOR SxVLl'V-Twenty-four Star rig. Lnmnlnln it A f!nnrl fit ' f!rjili;nti WANTED 100 to 300 goats on shares.! good pasturage. J. H. Statou phono J-10S3. 217tfc WANTED To rent modern 1 or f; room house in good locality.. Address XYZ tare Bulletin. . dhtf WANTED To ouy second hand furni- ture. Now Second Hand Store 110 E. Broadway Phone 975. 159tfc ANThl J 12: to 10 barrel oil tank also Ford machine for pulling easing. Address Box la care Bulletin. "WANTED Second hand household goods at the Home Furniture Store r 151. .... tot t r...

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