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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 2 July 1918

8 BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JULY 2 1918 NEW ARRIVALS 25 New Plaid Voile Dresses to Sell for $4.98 Each. These coo! Plaid Voile Dresses come in pleasing styles for home- wear .neighbor- hood wuay or for a hurried trip to town. Made- with large frilled collars pockets and wide belts. Sizes 10 to 40 choice $1.98 OIR SUIT AM) KKSS KEMTTIOX ARE jntl.YCINC MANY XEW (TST03IEHS TO THIS DEL'ARTAIEM'i "Wool or silk suits that will stand the most critical inspection as to style or materials aud the prices THEY'RE VERY LOW! ' Sir. to .Suits. . ....... .$i.".00 $CW to $r Suits $19.53 6i" io $27.r.l Suits $llJr S2IWI0 Suits for i . . - $13110 Silk Suits. . NEW FOOTWEAR ARRIVALS BIL.L1KEX OXFORDS For women made of blacK vici kid welt soli low walking heel- -very comfortable for business wear onl v 5..wu NEW PL'.MI'S Black patent medium low heoU plain toe $!. NEW PUSlPS Black Kid turn sole high luuis heel dres- sy .; $3.00 STRAP SLIPPERS lilac; kid low heel for house-wear $i." STRAP SLII'PER Plain toe. mo...

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

BROWN WO OD BULLETIN 6 PAGES TODAY OIL FIELD NEWS AND GOSSIP ON PAGE "I PRICE FIVE CENTS BROWNWOOD TEXAS WEDNESDAY JULY 3 1918. VOL. XVII. NO. 223 FOOD AOMINIST RATQR OF GREAT BRITAIN DIES IKIS MORNING HIS XAXAGEXENT OF ENGLAND'S FOOD SUPPLY 3TADE HIM FA- MOUS IX A YEAH. (By Associated Press) LONDON July 3. VIsSoant Rhond- da (David Alfred Thomas) British food administrator died this morning. x Viscount Rhondda was the man who put England and most of the United Kingdom of Great Britain on rations and won the gratitude even of the aeople whose food supply he regu lated. Before he achieved the task it was generally regarded as all but im- possible. By fixing the prices he put into ef- feet a policy of controning the profits of food dealers from the producer down to the retailer. Transportation in America was snowbound for weeks during the win ter of 1917 and America failed to de-;but the distance to the ccngested cen- liver to England the food she had iters of population adds much to ...

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

1 BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JUNE 3 1918. I t OIL FIELD NEWS AND GOSSIP PRODUCERS TO .MEET AT ilOr.STtft KYITRDYY (Special to Bulletin) HOUSTON July 3. For the pur- pose of discussing the question of method of selling crude oil price and other important matters connected with the production of oil a meeting or producers of oil in North Graham Thomas &. Ludlow arc drilling at 1125 feet on the D. F. Ab- Tcxas. nev tract south of town. Work is West Texas South Texas and Loulsi- progressing rapidly with a minimum tory to setting casing to shut out the. water. As soon as this has been ac- complished the drilling will continue until the well is thoroughly tested out setting of casing will prohably be completed this week. ana has ueen called by W. S. Farish president of the Gulf Coast Producers of bad luck. The company is now 3 j rigging up for a deep test noar Stcph -association t0 convene In Houston ; cnrille. in Krath county. Henrv Lu.l iioxi Saturday July c at 2 p. in. at the low of Oklaho...

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

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JUNE 3 1918. i ii i ' i With 5Sg55Sa-' Economy and better cocking MAZOLA which gave a pretty setting for the occasion. The bride was very becomingly gowned in a blue taffeta going away suit with white accessories to har- monize. . N Corporal and Mrs. Baker left Sun- day night for Ft. Worth where he is stationed at Camp Bowie. Both the bride and groom are for- mer Daniel Baker students and arc members of prominent families well known throughout this section. Honoring Key. and Mrs. Fender. Naming as the honor guests Rev. and Mrs. G. W. Fender .Monday even- ing Mr. and 'Mrs. W. 'L. Petty enter- ained at dinner. The handsomely ap- polntsd table was laid for Rev. and Mrs. Fender Miss Mary Stokes Mrs. Chapman Bradford Miss 'Mary Fen sure that the seasonings are thorough- ly blended with the meat so that there will be any lumps of salt etc. 'Press into well-buttered moldspack tightly and cover with melled butter. It will jkeep for a number of days and is very useful in e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 3 July 1918

i 7 TMP R PflWMWnnn BTTI I FTIW variably paid by his customers. It is 2IAYES PRINTING CO. 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- Tvood Texas as second class matter TELEPHONES j Editorial Office No. 22 Business Office No. 3 -Any erroneous reflection upon the character standing or reputation of any person firm or corporation which may appear in the columns of The Daily Bulletin will be gladly corrected upon its being brought to the attention of the publishers. Tlie 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. also important that as manv men as I possible now engaged in the dclhery - - . 1 K CI ' M'nice uc released irani oiner sv-- Ice because the fields and factories need every man wjio is not in thJe arm...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 3 July 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JUNE 3 1918. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS WANTED WANTED Wheel chair. Phone 190. 221c WANTED Second Phone R-223. hand go-cart. 22;:tf WANTED Position as stenographer. Vena O'Neal Locker Texas- 22Gp WANTED Plain and fancy sewing. Mrs. Lr. Davis SG0 Rogan St. 224 p WANTED Any Kind ot welding; sat- isfaction guaranteed! Phone 113. 171tfct WANTED 100 to 300 goats on shares good pasturage. J. H. Staton phone J-10S3. 217tfc WANTED To rent modern 4 or 5 rage; one Royal typewriter-at a bar- room house in good locality. Address I gain. Phone JrGi)7. 220e 'V7. mrn llullntin 11 f s - 1 WANTED To. ouy second hand furni- ture. New Second Hand Store 110 E. Broadway Phone 975. lo'Jtfc WANTED Second liand household goods at the Home -Furniture Store. Phone 484. Buy a Thrift Stamp. 231c WANTED Furniture and household goods. Highest prices paid In cash. Bailey Furniture Store.. Phone J-312. di31tfc WANTED Men to cut cord wood at Brownwood club lake five miles south of town. See E. M. B...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 3 July 1918

if 5 7 INDEPENDENCE DAY JULY 4th It is with grateful hearts and thankfulness that the Na- tion pauses from business affairs tomorrow to commem- orate that great day on which the articles of 'Independ- ence were signed ly that -bunch of patriots of a then weakr hut now a powerful nation that takes first rank in today helping and fighting to insure u World Safe For Democracy And our boys over-seas backing up this policy with their fighting force and IiVes that not only the United States of America the Land of the Free and the Home of the Brave may be a decent place to live but that all Europe may also in the near future enjoy these same liberties. . It is most fitting that we celebrate this our Natio nal Holid ay with grout rejoicing with courage and unlimited confi- dence iii tlie justice and final success of yrnv cause 'and n prayer for the speedy termination of this terrible war anil a complete victory for our forces in arms and our ;dlics. BUY MORE WAR STAMPS CONSERVE MORE FOOD. ....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 5 July 1918

mm BROWNWOOD BULLETIN OIL FIELD NEWS AND GOSSIP ON PAGE PRICE FIVE CENTS BROWNWOOD TEXAS FRIDAY JULY 5 1918. .VOL. XVII. NO. 224 FRENCH NEWSPAPERS FEATURE HEAVY DRAFT CALLS fy WOMEN ARE MOTHERS FOR MILLION AMERICANS IN FRANCE UNIVERSAL MILITARY SERVICE TO PRESERVE ORDER IN RUSSIA TP It! MflHTH t I in i nnmn innnrnn iinu muiini l WILbUNi) AUUHtM in mum I ILL. ULMww UIIU XHAUS PRESIDENT MEN President Renews Declaration of Principles for Which United Stales is Fighting in Addressing Audience at Mount Vernon on Independence Day. (By Associated Press) PARIS July. 5. The Independent Day address of President Wilson is printed with great prominence in the newspapers here. The amount of space devoted to the celebration of the Fourth in England France and America averages from ten to twelve ! columns. -Discusses America's Purposes. ! "WASHINGTON July 5. From the1 shadow of the tomb of Washington ( President Wilson yesterday offered America's Declaration of Independ- ence to the peoples of the...

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

t ( BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JULY 5 1918. Oil FIELD NEWS AND GOSSIP 3IcCTLL0(iI COrXTY SOTKS. Brady Standard: Comfort Well No. 1 was spudded in on .last Thursday afternoon and drilling; is proceeding at a very satisfactory rate in charge of .Mes-.i-K Tate and Rocker. This rig is jmid to Vo tlie biggest and heaviest rig in the county if not in this sec- tion 1)eing a typical California out- fW Mfl. . - 1 . f I -. . 1 - . . . sands no matter at what depth tluyf' lie. In Lift it is .the announced in- i lention of C. S. Thomas Avho con-j tractcd the Comfort veil to thorough- ... . . . j iy icsi out ms lease to the extent or md rqnnted drilling progressing very satisfactorily. Yesterday morn- ing however they sheared a pin and as a consequence now .have a job Mshing for a hit A Rochellc the Southwestern Pe- troleum -Co.. Inis been successful in finally rasing off. the water "which has so long 'delayed operation at the J. F. CreWs well and work is now proceeding "verjf satisfactorily. Notes of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 5 July 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JULY 5 1918. flaw good everything' tastes now they all use MAZOLA -AI" AZOLAthe pure oil from corn is so" delicate in flavor A and so digestible that everybody likes it. It isn't a sub-! stitute for animal fats. It's an improvement on them. Folks that love crisp cakes golden-brown doughnuts and rich pastries but haven't been able to eat them relish these: good things made with Mazola. Mazola makes a perfectly delicious salad oil at less than half the cost of oiive oil. In frying and sauteing you can use Mazola over and over j again down to the last drop. It's used so hot that it never aborbs odors or flavors even of fish or onions. Being an oil and not a solid fat Mazola requires no melting saves time prevents waste. German Trade in South and Central America is Overrated by Propaganda (By Associated. Press) WASHINGTON JULY. Persist- ent stories' of Germany's commercial achievements in South and Central America and the generally accepted boast that German Roods had...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 5 July 1918

0 4 BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JULY 5 1918. THE BROWNWOOD BULLETIN" p7 ' 'MAYES PRINTING CO. PjtOFS; convene the srftnd jdry and ke-.p. - .lthoin 01 M M" tt -loafers .Hare J Published every afternoon except iS"1 ;irr work or fight. I Sunday Office of Publication Bulletin Build ing corner Brown and Lee Streets ti Dead Men at the University . Ft! Worth Star Telegram The use of empty milk bottle; ; i i. Tcpiaotes for preserved or .canned fra'it&'or-vegAaWe's is.. In x-intalioh f Kntorod at the Postoffico at J3rownr nw n bottles must wood. Teas as second class matter' tie returned tfi the dairyman becansi' jtho are hisiu'ojierty. supplied ' or j the convenieufcc of Ins customers and TKLEPHOXE Editorial Office No. 22 f designed ifor .-pe'ranwicat use. in. The attorney -general has ruled that he houE3mli Any erroneous reflection upon the character standing or reputation of aiiv nersiin. firm or comoiatlon which may appear in the i-olumns of The women voter jaay register on July Haily Bulletin...

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

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JULY 5; 1918. r r CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS WANTED WANTED Wheel chair. 224c "WANTED Position as stenographer. Vena O'Neal Locker Texas. 22Gp -WANTED Plain and fancy sewing. Mrs. L. Davis 800 Rogan St. 22-ip WANTED Any Kind ot -welding; sat- isfaction guaranteed. Phone 113. 171tfc WANTED 100 to 300 goats on shares f good pasturage. J. 11. Staton phone J-10S3. 217tfc WATCTPin Tn -niiv cw-nnrt hfinrt fnrn? ture. New Second Hand Store 110 E. Broadway Phone 975. loDtfcrage; one Royal typewriter WANTED Second hand household coods at the Home Furniture Store Phono 4S4. Buy a Thrift Stamp. 231c : WANTED Furniture and household goods. Highest prices paid Jn cash. Bailey Furniture Store. Phono J-312 dl31tfc A ut.M LtMA. wants soma ncu xoom mouern piivaio lanmy con- venient to Harvey House Address Box G co Bulletin. 22Gp oConM .nhri win unV hiof ! ir. w n rrn tt n ra cash price. W. C. Ccv Phone J-937 FEMALE HELP WANTED Strong! young woman for general restaurant work carrying...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 5 July 1918

6 7 BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JULY 5 1918. Vfjimm Saving Opportunities For You Saturday in Every Department! Gingham Store Gingham drosses are very popular and rightly so for there are so many pretty patterns to select from. 'FAXCY PLAIDS 36 inches wide in the high colors prid- ed at ."Hie FAXCY PLAIDS In 27 inch widths priced at 25c and 33c yard. STAPLE G IXG'HAMS For dresses aprons men's shirts or boys' wear are priced at only 2.c 40 in. Plaid Voiles SALE PRICED Beginning Saturday we price special ali colored voiles. S5e to $l.no. for-.GOe 6jc to HSc for. ..4c 4Sc Voiles tfor..35c 39c Voiles for . .S5e. Take notice of the "Saturday" specials and shop here tomorrow. In the Shoe Department are many broken lines on sale the Keady to Wear oi- fers Big Values and other departments follow suit. $25.00 BUYS NOV ANY $45 TO $50 WOMEN'S SUIT. $19.85 BUYS NOW ANY $30 TO $32.50 WOMEN'S SUIT. $14.95 BUYS NOW ANY S25 TO S27 WOMEN'S SUIT. $11.45 BUYS NOW ANY $15 SILK SUIT OF TAFFETA. REGARDING THE DRES...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 6 July 1918

BROWNWOOT) BtTLLETEST 6 PAGES TODAY OIL FIELD NEWS AND O GOSSIP ON PAGE PRICE FIVE GENTS BROWNWOOD TEXAS SATURDAY JULY 6 1918. VOL. XVII. NO. 225 D REPARATION 4 & - ANOTHER GERMAN Ml POSITIONS SUCCESS OF RRITIQH PRFMIFR RFIITRATFS'WAR T'"1Z UI1IIIUII I IlLITIILM ilLIILIiniLU B5 AS SAYS STRENGTH OF AMERICAN ARMY IS UNDERRATED RY RUNS LLOYD GEORGE ADDRESSES AMERICAN FORCES IN RE- VIEW ON BRITISH FRONT. (By Associated Press.) AMERICAN ARMY lJRITrSU FRONT Julv (I. lTntil Germany j accepts tlie conditions laid down bv President Wilson in his Fourth T . 11 of July speech we can not have pea'ce. but there can be peace to-j morrow if- Germany accepts them. : said British George while Premier addressing Llovd a re view of American troops. The Premier said .the arrival in France of a million American .-i .i t- i : troops maue me ivaiser realize that deteabvs certain lie saul ; the Kaiser had been confident!-j allv informed that tlu AmericVhs ; are too pacific to fight and t' part they tir...

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

n 5 BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JULY 6 1918. PETROLEUM IN THE TEXAS BEND SERIES HASKELL TrtHtOBTOK ! VOUNCV. S$2 c ' 1 yj-r- V "t-tKv -' X 2??2-4'- ' CENTRAL TEXA5 j. f j.-- -.- - -- - .j- i..j'jiw 1 .V 'Y; ; .N 'V- V4 1 that others may be found by scientific exploration. In March 1913 sonic failure began to be encountered and dry holes whirh inevitably follow the feeling-out of -oil fields began to ap- pear. At the present writing nearly 200 locations have bnen made. in the belt a score of miles on either side of a lino 140 miles-long drawn west of south from flinham. Young county lowflv-uV- or . near Hrady. MieCulIoeh i county and millions of dollars will lie ejpnaed during the present year in development. TUsr oil field? arc not . developed; in a day-'ajud it. win he year.'; In fore the ; pfcasipilltios and the- limitations of the liht tretiyliijr.. lite . Bend Series will Ji4 ftijy JtuVwn. Wells will cost from ; twciity to" fffty thousand dollars" each ' r41 SH.ceetts wM.t "ailend .onl. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 6 July 1918

BROWN WOOD BULLETIN JULY 6 1918. I and Avent in cars to the Grady home Six miles from town. Games music Fine Percales 25c a Yard Standard quality Percales in handsome stripes figures dots and checked patterns that you will want for Wash Dresses Aprons Shirts and Waists. New Fail Patterns or Monday . i 25c a Yard . ' i- Red Seal Gingham The New Fall Styles are herea most b eautiful display awaits your visitPlaids Stripes and Checks in the loveliest color combinations. Come and see for yourself. ami singing passed tne Hours a cry rapidly and grape Juice was served throughout the evening. Short mes sages wishing the honoreo God-speed ' and a safe and speedy return were written and compiled into a neatly covered book which was presented to the honoreo to he read after reaching his destination. Included in the hospitality wore: Misses Lncilo Neel Mary Porter .Bes- sie Ferris Vera S'tatoh Viona Lawson The workers in the Red Cross head- quarters July were Mesilames H. H. Grcsham V. L. Thom...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 6 July 1918

A BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JULY 6 1918. HE BR0WNW00D BULLETIN MAYES PRINTING CO. 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 TELEPHONE Editorial Office No. 22 Any erroneous reflection upon the character standing or reputation of any person firm or corporation which tmay 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." THE CITY'S PROBLEX. MEX IV 110 AliE HACKING HOBBY. Despairing in his effort to find a weak place in the armor of Governor Hobby which would permit the en- trance of one of his poisoned darts of misrepresentation and demagoguery Ferguson now...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 6 July 1918

BROWN WOOD BULLETIN JULY 6 191 8. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS 1 Rainbow's I End I if A TVrrVYTTTT 1 WANTED "WANTED Position as stenographer. Vena O'Neal Locker Texas. 22Gp WANTED Any Kind ol -welding; sat- isfaction guaranteed. Phone 113. 171tfc WANTED To ony 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 484. Buy a Thrift Stamp. 231c WANTED Furniture and household goods. Highest prices paid in cash. Bailey Furniture Store. Phone J-312. d!31tfc A GENTLEMAN wants south bed room modern private family con- venient to Harvey House. Address Box 6 fjp Bulletin. 22Gp WANTED Young lady wants posi- tion In confectionery or racket goods; two years' experience. Phone R-709. WANTED All kinds of second hand household goods. Will- pay highest cash price. W. a Bowden Furniture Co. Phone J-937. FE-MALE HELP WANTED Strong young woman for general restaurant work carrying dishes cleaning etc. Apply 1...

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

5 BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JULY 6 1918. IT. ! Women's Apparel for Street Sport Vacation or Traveling Wear Is Now " ON SALE " Stocks must be cleared to make room for Xew Fall Stocks soon to arrive and also to make the new arranging of our store easier as the alterations proceed. Sifits of silk Jersey or wool as follows: LITTLE ITEMS OF LOCAL INTEREST A. A. i'eard is aide fo he nlout hi room after a several days' illness. Xrs. W V. Son Is confined to her bed with an attack of heart trouble uiajor F. 3T. Bowman and family nave moved from Austin avenue to 907 Trma street. Soils Suits Suits Suits ila'ny very included. to to to to mm for for for for $2.1.00 $12.95 attractive Taffeta suits BIT DRESSES OW Dresses you will be proud to own and wear now on sale at savings of $5 to $10 See The Monday. n THE STORE FOQ ALL TTHE PEOPLE E. J. Miller and family have moved fr-Jni 211 Melwoad avenue to 401 West Anderson street. If. 11. Kopers left Tuesday night for Xew York where he will purchase th fall an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 8 July 1918

j j S Li r I I I I OIL 115X0 NEWS AND Cy ' J V UUIJ O U I I a Va A JLLiI I coss.p on page i PRICE FIVE CENTS BROWN WOOD TEXAS MONDAY JULY 8 1918. VOL. XVIL NO. 225 ASSASSINATION OF HUN AMBASSADOR COMPLICATES SITUATION i JGEHMAN I . D if GE ATTITUDE TOWARD HUNS US RESIT OF RECENT INTRIGUE EXPOSURES! American and Allied Aviators Aid Italy. Neutrality Which Will Be Distinctly Favorable to Ik Entente Allies May Succeed Policy of Tolerance Toward Germany; Newspapers Take Lead. (By Associated Press. BARCBLONA July S. The Spanish press shows a tendency thai Spain's position as a neutral tolerant to Ger- man intrigue is an unwise policy. A pie a sense of doubt as to Uie rela- tions toetwecn Germany and Sim'n. Tli machinations - of the German i espionage systQin have been glaring- ly exposed. One .Madrid ncwstianer. f neutrality which shall be frankly! although it lute been several tinted friendly to the allies is doemel oot-1 suppressed;; has finally succeeded - in ter by some of the newspa...

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