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

2 BROWNWOOD BULLETIN .JULY 8 1918. OIL FIELD NEWS AND GOSSIP HALL MOUNTAIN KEFIXEKY. Johnson as manager. Gasoline kero- Tho Hall Mountain Refinery is suc- cessor to the Hrown-Ard Refinery Company following completion of a sene and fuel . oil are now available from this refinery which is running about 25Q barrels daily taking its XOHTJI TEXAS S I'M MA It Y FOR ! had is still in Uie same condition.; control of the enterprise to a party M-XE. nn f . u . ''Oi Brownwood and Fort Worth bust- (From the Oil Weekly Houston.) Lf.t Thic . f - . ... . 1 nes mc- Thc enterprise will be The. month of June saw substantial T1"S " the tCSt that show ed -chartered for $150000 application for development in nil the -North ami West ; 0HC sas anu a ralnl)(ff 01 oil. Four the charter having ueen filed a low Tp.xas districts. Willi special interest milc north of Brownwood there is days ago. in thc new production at Ranger in ' some interest apparent with the show-'. Thc owners of the refinery arc R B. Bros...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 8 July 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JULY 8 1918. OIL 8ELI HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION WORK WILL BE BEGUN SOON ArPKOVED STEEL SlflXS TO BE PLACED ALONG THE EN TIKE KOUTE Of HIGHWAY. At a special called meeting of the board of directors of the Oil Hell Highway Association beld at Graham! Saturday the hoard unanimously voted to immediately put. in a system of steel burnt-in signs set in con- crete from Wichita Falls to ilrown- wvood -covering the route 'designate! and accepted at the Breckenridge con- vention last March. For the purpose of paying for these signs and for the .continuation of promotion work as-r i sessments against the following coun- ties were made; Wichita $1200. j Archer $225. .. Young ?337.n0. Stephens. $537.51). Eastland $450. Comanche $450 Brown $G75. While bonds bave' been voted for the construction of a paved highway now over practically half of the entire route and contracts let for the work in two counties the plan now is to get the road under construction as rapidly as possible in al...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 8 July 1918

4 BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JULY 8 1918. THE BR0WNW00D BULLETIN MAYES PRINTING CO. RROPS. Member Associated Press . Published every afternoon except Sunday ( "A. MM HATES FOK STATE OFFICE. The Ilulletiji has been repealed! asked to outline a state ticket whlsh Would be acceptable to supporter o.' Governor Hobby and unalterably o- Hquse-CIeaning Before Women Voters l ie BEGQROS HADE. BY PRINTERS D1I0II (From Comanche Vanguard.) Office of Publication Bulletin Build- I)3sed 10 Fergtion. It U with a Hn-I; f((j ;1 ; Twenty-five years a to ami lack ot sentiment for primaiy ti?t no public official in Texas would 'elections.'.. l'orninpiiiW lll ;! i hi s :;:one TImjhp" ttlin ifiio.n r 'ii nis corner urown anu Lee streets Sice OX ae.snaucn mat t!:is is u:tuer-!;.-... . -. ... v. . . . . taken because the Bulletin does not 'Prlile;i's of his ofii.e l.y the Diisup-iamiouncW. late i:i tL' 'umvi n like to be pieced in thp attitude of jntopi iafinn of public fund or by us-i JM&l .na a anxUdiite for ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 8 July 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN TULY 8 1918. r CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT WANTED "WANTED Position as stenographer. vena u .cai. Locker Texas. 22Gi WANTED Any Kind ot vveldiqg; sat - Wv V-w . . . I isfaction guaranteed. Phone 113. ITHfc "WANTED Woman general housework. to cook and do Phone J-612. 227c WANTED To Diiy second hand furni- mre. isew Second Hand Store 110 E. Rmnflwnv Vhnnn 17r. VZHttn WANTED Second hand household goods at tlie Home Furniture Store. Phono 4S4. Buy a Thrift Stamp. 221 c " WANTED Furniture and household goods. Highest prices paid in cash. dl31tfc A GENTLEMAN wants south bed room mouern. nnvatc family con venient to Harvey House. Address BoxjPOR $AlttOlV: TIIAPISA good ISf-f C c'o Bulletin. 22t5p oen - joqfci 3totoVVlUt . furniture aj - v. WANTED Young lady wants pasi- tion in confectionery or racket good's: two years experience. Phone R-TnJiJFOR S&LE-16o. foot steam tractor .-'. avoH Sdrillig outfit;: eom;detj wit! WANTED All kinds of second haiid tank find Philip. I'hn...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 8 July 1918

HEN'S WEAR CLEARANCE PRICED! Men's Oxfords SMALL SIZES OF FIXE GRADES in tan and black "Calf Leathers in sizes 5 5 1-2 0 G 1-2 that are worth $4.00 $4.50 $3.00 and $0.00 regular. $2.95 Pair English Last Oxfords The very newest shape for smart dresses Oxfords in brown and black leathers priced: i?7.fU Brown Oxford $5.95 $fi.9." Brown Oxford $.".'-." $5J. Black Oxford $4.75 BHOAD SHAPE BLACK VICI OX FORD for comfort a special at 1. ROUND TOE BLACK CALF OX- - - r FORD for every day service at $3.50 Hen's or Boys' $1 and $1.25 Sport Shirts 50c For -warm weather wear nothing beats a COOL SPORT SHIRT with low turn back collar and short sleeres. They arc made of fine count .madras and percales and a fewfsolid Khaki or sand colors: Sport! Shirts are notMost as stylish" as they once were but they are "just afe comfortable as they ever were-"" so for that reason wewere able to buy UNDERVALUE these Snort Shirts that are worth $1.00 and more and to sell them to you now; CHOICE 50c; 11. to 1G si...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 9 July 1918

ami ani'i i i ii i i. ij " i i i i. i BROWNWOOD BULLETIN OIL FIELD-NEWS AN7 GOSSIP ON PAf.5 PRICE FIVE CENTS BROWN WOOD TEXAS TUESDAY JULY 9 1918. VOL. XVII. NO. 227 NEW YORK PUBLISHER HELD BY GOVERNMENT ON PERJURY CHARGE ITALIAN PATRIOT S OF IS BY THE INIDIEB FRONT AUSTRIAN COURT On Front of Two and a Half Miles Attain a Depth at Some Points of a Mile; British Raiding Parties Cap- ' lure Prisoners; Italians Take 1300 Teutons. ALLEGED TO HAVE CONCEALED FACTS CONCERNING TRANS- ACTION'S WITH UK It MANS. DISPATCH VMM AMERICAN AM BASSADOR FIRST WORD FJMKH II 131 IN TWO WEEKS. CRIED "LONG MVE ITALY" WHEN SENTENCE OF DEATH WAS PRONOUNCED. FRANCS CONFIRMS MAKE DISTINCT Gl SS 1AT0N CONDEMNED GERMAN AMBASSADOR (By Associated Press) NEW YORK July 3. Assertions that' Doctor Edward A. Rumley pub- lisher of the New York Evening Mail placed his Tecords at the disposal of the department of justice during a re- cent visit to Washington led today to the reduction of his bond to 35.000. . Dr. Rumelj ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 9 July 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JULY 9 1918. Oil FIELD NEWS AND GOSSIP 7 5000 ILL DRILLED IT OF RANGER ffi BIG PRODRGTIOH DUE BEEP SAND HERE COJIPLAIXS OF THEFT FROM II I'M HLK COMPANY ISKINCS IV BIG PROIHTEK OX .fOMvS TK.UT 31 ilk vmm TON A. AIMMKEXTLY KYKKYllODY ISXr CKPT HUTO'OLK REALIZE POSi SIIJILITIES OF IHJOWy CO. (Special to Bulletin.) RANG K Jtilv 0. The Humble Although development has been d layed in this county the T. T. Steel In charge of the drill- ing for the Texas-Eastern Oil Com- pany (Burord ft Brim) on the Capps farm east of town complains that ma- terials and supplies have been stolen from the rig since drilling was shut down several days ago while a fishing job is under way Several days ago says Mr. Steel a section of J 2-inch pipe was stolen the pipe being" taken from a pile con- taining several sections. Tracks showed where the ' fence liad. been torn down and an automobile truck backed tip to the pipe. More recently someone again visited the ---(.t 4 - is not 1. 1 "'-gallo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 9 July 1918

TUB 3 " BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JULY 9 1918. TO AID FARMERS IN MARKETING COTTOX 'he has received heretofore the size of. the premium depending upon the TO BEST ADVANTAGE improvement of the cotton. WORKERS I The plan as explained by "Walton (By Associated Press.) IPeteet representing the extension ser- COLUEGE STATION July 9. In the possesses a good staple a joint pro- hone of hrlnsinir in iha fn rmnrc nf 'ducinsr sections of Texas. Each sta- SACRIFICE HOLDIDAYS 10 Texas the full profits to which they are entitled upon their cotton which possesses a goood staple a joint pro- gram of action has been formulated by the extension service of A. &M. 'College and the Bureau of Markets of the United States department of agriculture whereby it is estimated the producer will be abls to command non win ue m cnarge 01 an experi coi- i ton classer to whom farmers may send or bring samples of their cotton as well as be advised how and where to market the cotton to the best advantage. SPEED SHSP BUL...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 9 July 1918

'A BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JULY 9 1918. HE BR0WNW00D BULLETIN ! p:ivac rh?' ?".r" 18 110 m! j mans airiiuui m m. tu itions speak louder than nords. By MAYES PRINTING CO. PROPS. Member Associated Ptfess 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 may appear In the columns of The Daily Bulletin will be gladly corrected upon its being brought to the attention; or the publishers. The Associated Press Is explusivelv entitled to the use for republication of ail news dispatches credited to it or not otherwise credited in this paper and also the local news published herein. his actions Ferguson said that viila the public ;schools are irood enough for the children "of the common peo-t pie they are not good enough for his. o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 9 July 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JULY 9 1918. r CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS WANJED WANTED Any Kina o: welding; sat- isfaction guaranteed. Phone 113. 171tfc WANTED To Duy second hand furni- ture. New Second Hand Store 110 E. Broadway Phone 975. 159tfc WANTED 5 or 6 room modern home 'Bulletin. by permanent renter. Phone 3SG or J-Sil. Dr. J. D. Simms. FOR SALE" FOR SALK- Pining table. Phone J-t.V; FOR SALESome nice pigs. If in? tercsled see Pat. Maiorio City Wagon Yard. J2Tl FOR SALl3fssignment of 10U a:rw northwest oft town. Write Oil. care ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR SALE five room home on Avenuo C east front modern couvenl- W ANTED Two young ladies as encesj- 0xl'5(f loL Rhone J-r.7S. 22t;tf Waitresses. KYnflHonen miiifvii!';nrv I Annlv 10 a. m Hnrvv nnn-OOflVtFOU SALE $R . TRAE-A good fif- lJC.s teen room lipWl with. furniture at WANTED Second hand household! Mullln. Phoi342 or address Chits. N goods at the Home Furniture Store. I Cole. Brownwood. :- --2le 231 (M . Phone 4S4. Buy a Thrift Stamp. 23 It? WANT...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 9 July 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JULY 9 1918. - 7 OUR ENTIRE LINES OF SUMMER READY TO WEAR MUST BE CLOSED OUT QUICKLY! We must reduce stocks and are using the one sure method of quickly doing so reducing prices! There are some excellent assortments to choose from in the best fabrics and styles. ; 45 40 9 Wool Suits TO SELL QUICK value S22.50 valuo 20. OO $37-50 value $20.00 $35. value $19.85 $25 value $13.75 CLEARANCE SILK SHIRTS White Satin Skirts $14.75 values $12.85 values $.0.85 values PLAID $10.)5 values $!).n8 values $9.85 $8.45 $7.45 SILKS $7.45 ......$7.45 10 Silk Suits TO SELL QUICK $15.00 Taffeta ....$10.00 $25 Silk Suits for.. $13. 75 $35.00 Silk Suits for only $19.85 TAFFETA COATS Xnvy hlue and eopen -$10.85 values on sale for. .$11.45 SILK JERSEY SPORT COATS ('-pen. Kelh'.v Kose $10.50 values n sale for... $6.45 1-4 Off White Dresses White Orpramlie Djvsses worth $8.75 to 25()l) will lie sold for just one-fourth off. t ALL NEW SILK DRESSES- Choice at one-third off. WOOL SKIRTS lOine ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 10 July 1918

tfSSma BROWNWOOD BULLETIN OIL FIELD NEWS AND n GOSSIP ON PAGE rf PRICE FIVE CENTS BROWNWOOD TEXAS WEDNESDAY JULY 10 1918. VOL. XVII. NO. 228 ALLIED INTERVENTION IN SIBERIA DRAWS NEARER American Intervention in Russia Would Weaken Allies in France ES FOR VOTE James E. Ferguson invaded Brown- wood last night in the interest of his campaign for "vindication" for the 'high crimes and misdemeanors for which he was impeached last autumn. For two hours he spoke under very unfavorable circumstances to a crowd which thronged- the court " house square approximately 2500 persons being in the crowd and probably S00. hearing what the speaker had to say. Owing to the fact that the wind was blowing against the speaker s voice and that automobiles and children' were making continual noise on the; outskirts of the crowd it was very difficult to h ear the candidate's voice unless the hearer had a place near the speaker. The preliminary ceremonies oc- curred on the business streets of the city where a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 10 July 1918

BROWN WOOD BULLETIN JULY 10 1918. The Housewives Appreciate The Bringing System ! r warn Each day's tickets show the total month's; purchase up to date This is a Day of Economizing and the better posted you can fee on your expenditures ; the better chance iou hiave of making ends meet. Y ou can Iceep an absolute check on your store account by plae- ing it with us in Dry Goods Groceries and Hardware Watch Our Ads and Save The Odd Cents 100 iT3 - K J1 LJ lift Brovnvoods Biggest Store CO OR. ALLISON LEAVES FOR ARMY SERVICE tSOKSTO 15 ASK HOSPITAL AT FORT SILL. OKLAHOMA WITH KAXK OF CAPTAIN. fM'JM JU TX FOR )rITKN(E OF PI HLK SCHOOLS M Fl R- MSHIMJ FJtKE TEXT ROOKS. Hoiim' joint Kcsolutioii No. '21 Proposing an amendment to Art. 7 of tho Constitution. oC iho State of Tcxa by cliangiim Sec. .. .irovUIinj? J for a thirty-five coin tax levy for tiie maintenance . of the public schools of Texas and providing free text books in public? . schools of the. State. of Texas null" making an ap- pr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 10 July 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JULY 10 1918. i T A LC onteel 5 A WOMAN has to breathe the fra- grance of Jon tee! t the New Odor of twenty-six flowers only once to know it is a perfume that is rare and expensive. You expect its price to be for- biddingly high. But you are astonished and delighted to find that Talc Jon- tcd sells et a price no higher than that of ordinary powders. Try it today. Duncan of Waco ty quota assigned by the Ilcd Cross a dusty TU''m Vond one 0v. li Dublin: Misses .may be accomplished. . fone of tlie Kelgiuns Had ever This club is to be known as the ised American corn. The cargo- "lied Cross Sweater Club" with Mrs.! was useless unless some one could tiny h. Jones chairman. Alias Eula! 1)0 foun(1 wno ;new 1oW to cook t .McFarland. Mrs. Kent Halliim Mrs 11. j nlib was thinking over the prob- A. Ludlow and Mrs. A. L. Anderson lpm ns' h(t (lrm aonS in hIs cnr . he have been appointed instructors. The related the other day. ITe epjed a club will meet on Tuesday andFridavj rag...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 10 July 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JULY 10 1918. THE BR0WNW00D BULLETIN MAYKS PRINTING CO.. PROPS. Member Associated Press Published every afternoon Sunday except .day will be the lime when another i I million Americans have been landed j in France.- and the- -''Sammies' arc ready to shoulder the heavier portion rf the allied burden oC clnising the Huns out of France and Belgium.- Hobby a Traitor? (Houston Post.) Office of Publication Bulletin Build- ing corner Brown and Lee Streets Entered at the Postqfficc at Brown- The -voluntary offer Of a A Houston woman walked into' (he try state humanity conscience- and jlti.ee Annex headquarters ol the Wont- Inn's Hnhhv H.h -1 a.w i..r ii. -With not one laudable fespof tnble. - 7 - ' J HV UllV. 44 4 Ul-UiL honorable decent ele- v" " .i w .i I - - t -serviceable wood business man to aid the Bulleiin . 10(1 u a "an nnt " . was .u nom rerson or institution has Hob in wlihteVOr public work it may un- I!J5j!L F as one of the; peasant incidentsiof 4Jie (Jayrs.wor...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 10 July 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JULY 70 1918. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS WANTED WANTED. Any Kind ot welding; sat- FOR SALE-TJining table. Phone J-45. Isfaction guaranteed. Phone 113. i' - 171tfciFft SALE Assignment of 100 acres WANTED TO horse. Knox Ave. BCY Good delivery G rocerv-. 110'? AitKtni 31cJ WAN-TED To ouy second hand furhi-: ture. New Second Hand Store 110 1 E. RrOftdwnv VVinno 159tfc --v. vK-. lUtill r.UUlll UUlUi VMLII ItllOllllll HI WANTED 5 or C room modern home JMullin Phone 342 or address CHnsX.; by permanent- renter. Phone SSti or j Cole Brownwood. 231c J:S7V.Dr: J- D- Shnnis- .... "7fCFOIt.SALE-10Un foot steam tractor WANTED Two voting ladies as 'well drilling outfit; complete1 with waitresses. Experience unnecessary. ' tank an d P'l': ll'JC.S:22itl Apply 10 a.- m. Harvey House.-22'Jc ; FQR LEXibe vt)ung lergoy cow WANTED Second hand household4"d fine heifer calf.- ' Cow. noted for goods at the Home Furniture Store. I butter. Apiily 10t3 Booker. . - 22Sp Phone 4S4. Buy a Thrift...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 10 July 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JULY 10 1918. 17 TI THE STORE FOB All Our Men's Straws On Sale At About Half Price! PANAMAS LEGHORNS SAILORS CRUSH SHAPES tfti.UO values $3.00 . $5.00 values. $2-50 $4.(0 values $2.00 $3.50 values $1.75 $3.00 values $1.50 $2.50 values $1.50 Sport Shirts on Sale 50c FOR MEN OR BOYS Sizes U to 1b materials are madras or pereale. allies $1.00 for 506 Men's Fine Oxfords Black or Tan Leathers $4.75 $5.95 and $6.95 The newest English shapes in all sizes here at the above prices. The quality is right and the prices show RE- DUCTIONS. SHOE REDUCTIONS Broken lines of Women's and Children's Slippers and . Pumps are on Sale Now KMALL SIZES 2 to 3 1-2 for women at $1.00 WOMEN'S PUMPS White or Mack slippers. . .$2.95 -"WHITE BUCK "OXFORDS $5.00 values for $4.35 BROWN CALF OXFORDS $0.50 values for.... $4.65 COMFORTABLE HOUSE SLIPPERS One strap plain toe l.'v heel lod. for $1.85 . Finer Slipper in same -style for only $2.25 Plain Kid Oxford low heel priced.. $2.50 iWomen's rubbe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 11 July 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN OIL FIELD NEWS AND GOSSIP ON PAGE PRICE FIVE CENTS BROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY JULY II 1918. VOL. XVII. NO. 229 BANDITS ROB KATY TRAIN IN TRUE FRONTIER STYLE: ESCAPE Possee Surrounds Timbered Section W here Bandits Arc Believed to Be in Hiding; Booty Said to Be Worth . But Little to the Robbers. (By Associated Press) J PAOLA Kan.. July 11. A posse oft 2M persons Is patrolling the hanks 01 me river near nere. :i wait ins me signal to rush a large patch ot timber where it is believed the men who held up the Kaly train robbed and shot three people are hiding". The robbery was in true frontier style. The train was shot up and the passengers terrorized hut not robbed. The bandits were all young men ap- pearing to be familiar with train schedules and the handling of cars. Got Hut Little Booty. .MUSKOGEE Okla. July 11. The "bandits who held up and robbed a Katy train near Paola Kan. got but little booty according to W. P. Colton mail clerk. Four registered packages bone of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 11 July 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JULY II 1918. THE BROWN WOOD BULLETIN ilAYES PRINTING CO. PROPS. Jlember Associated Press Published every afternoon except Sunday Office of Publication Bulletin Build- ing corner Brown and Lee Streets Entered at the Postoffice at Brown- vvood 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 may appear in the columns of The Daily Bulletin will be gladly corrected upon its being brought to the attention of the publishers. Tlio Associated Prass is exclusively entitled to the use Xor republication of all news dispatches .credited to it or not. otherwise credited in this paper and also tho local news published herein. AOT A PRIVATE T1?ASUTI0X. Ferguson gave an elaborate expla- nation of the alleged circumstances leading u to the now famous and still mysterious SlotJ.500 loan. In his speech in Brownwood Tuesday night. He re- iterated his former declar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 11 July 1918

BKOWNWOOD BULLETIN JULY 11 1918. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS WANTED WANTED Any Kind or welding; sat- isfaction guaranteed. Phono 113. 171tfc WANTED Woman to cook general house work. Phone and do .1-642. 22!)tf WANTED TO horse. .Knox Ave. BUY Good delivery Grocery 1102 Austin 23 lc WANTED TO RENT Shallow well rig. in good shape. J. E. Crowther Southern Hotel. Up WANTED Girl to prepare sandwich- cs and lunches. Karl Derrick 214 W rvnt n vff " ...A . . J I.T X 1 UU1 11(11111 1U1111 ture. rtuw atrium iiuim oiuiu ii E. Broadway Phone 975 WANTED 3 or G room modern home by permanent renter. Phone .10 or t J-571. Dr. J. D. Slinms. 227tfc . WANTED Two voung ladies waitresses. Experience unnecessary. Apply. 10 a. m. Harvey House. 22!c WANTED Furniture and household roods IHchRSt nrioes nnld in cash. Bailey Furniture Store. Phona J-312.1 ' WANTED All kinds of second hand . household goods. Will pay highest : cash price. W. C. Bowden Furniture i "liJSU I WANTED Experienced accountants.! either me...

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