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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 15 July 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JULY 15 1918 July Clearance! X"v Sales offering's not previously n.lvertiscil or put in the sale before m;ike their appearance tomorrow. -More opportunities for you to save on purchase of needfuls! Summer Voiles 23c ' Plaid vofles - in the newest color effects and 32 in. Dain- ty figured Flaxons worth 30c to 40c yard COLORED VOILES 11 inch.' plaid "and flower stripe colored Voiles in light or dark grounds for summer drosses . $1.00 values 09c values ."Oc values 3iic . values i se- nile S.V Summer Goods 19c TiVUI) .'U; Light 'weight summer cotton fjoods for presses waists or Skirts in one lot worth -5c to yard. t 'r- YARD 1. ()KIKN'AI VOILKS " Extra! lj inch." Oriental stripe "drosi voiles for dress- es; Waists. Jtimonas or dress- ing -saenuusi and some use it for. eurtain; draperies. JJiic VALl'K OS SALE tomor- row l-e YAK I) LITTLE ITEMS OF LOCAL INTEREST I. J. Karksdule. of Beaumont took charge yesterday as night foreman at the Santa Fo shopiS. He succeeds W. M....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 16 July 1918

n BROWN WOOD BULLETIN 6 PAGES TODAY OIL iflELD NEWS AND GOSSIP ON PAGE PRICE FIVE CENTS BROWNWOOD TEXAS TUESDAY JULY 16 1918. VOL. XVII. NO. 233 ENSIVE LURE AFTER II OE EIGEi Baron Burian Agrees to Wilson s Four Principles for Which Allies Contend FAGE OF mm 10 fill FRENCH DEFENSES HOLD FIRM IN ST A MILLION GE IAN ATTACKERS By Associated Press t . AMSTERDAM July lti. Haron Burlan Hie Auslro-IIiinirnrian lorelgn minister says President Wilson's "four principles as enun- ciated in his July 4 speech" do not arouse "our opposition." The allies' demands regarding terri- tory he says appear insurmount- able. In. reference to President Wil- son's four new points on which peace may be based Hurion Bu- rlan said he is able to approve them heartily and that to a great extent "nobody would refuse no mage to tills genius and nobody would refuse cooperation." "We arc prepared to discuss every- thing1 except our own teriitory." said Burian AMERICANS RETAKE CITIES LOST TO HUNS IN YESTERDAY'S FIGHT...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 16 July 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JULY 16 1918 CLKAltAXt'E SALE O.N VOILK .A -VI) OUGANDIE WAISTS. CLKAKAXCE SALE O-V VOILE AD I " iokgamhe waists t;fiT7 Value" Clearance Sale Sic fValues $2.r. Clearance Sale St.N YalutM $:! Clearance Sale 2s:i 'Volues $1 '' fkaianf eSale ! Values 2 ."0 Clearance Sale $L!B Values f 3.n Clearance Sale Fl-JMggT - MTIT- fcT-. . mmjM. l.... . " . - n MWMiow THE NOST IMPORTANT SELLING EVENT BEGINNING THURSDAY OUR Policy is well known. We do not carry Ready-to-Wear from one season to another ! For this sale we have gone through our stocks and made great reductions. It will be well for you to attend this sale as we are able to save you substantial money on every pur- chase. Buy from us during this salesave your money and buy War Saving Stamps.! ' Clearing of Late Model Dresses Included in this collection you will find Geor- gette Crepe Taffeta Crepe de CHine and combinations. These frocks arc .especially adaptable for present wear as well as early fall. Values $25.00 Cle...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 16 July 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JULY 16 1918 Leading hotels -SERVING OF FOOD IN Paul Jones Middy anaciuos are FOOD FOR AMERICANS using Blouses! VMEKFCAN WOINPKI) AM) CON- YALESCKNT KOI.IHKRg WERE THE" (UKI)KMHIS CARKFrii SYSTEM TO ELIMINATE WASTE AM) (.TAKANTEE QI'ALITY IS ADOPTlil). GARDENS PRODUCING ARMY GANTONEMENTS f 'THE chef has many resources entirely out of the reach of the housewife t but everybody can get Mazola. Use Mazola instead of butter lard or v . frying fats and you have discovered the secret of serving your fried foods crisp aencate ana aigestmie. ? 2 Mazola never takes up odors or flavors or carries the srrtell of burnt fat into the food. You can use it over and over again to the last drop even if you fry fish or onions in it. Mazola is perfectly delicious on salads with a delicate flavor that many prefer. to olive oil and at less than half the cost. Mazola makes a perfect shortening for cakes bread and pastry. Requires no melting. Saves time prevents waste. f f"' ONE P'32 IS ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 16 July 1918

r 4 " 4t 1 7' BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JULY 16 1918 THE BROWNWOOD BULLETIN aiAYEs rmxTixn co. props. Member Associated Press Published every afternoon except Sunday Office of Publication Bulletin Build- ins corner Brown and Lee Streets. Entered at tlio Ptistoffice at Brown- wood Texas as second class matter TELEPHONE Editorial Office J. . i lied it as well in face of the "dcci-i - I sion of the" investigating committee; that 1ns. viokuioii of the statu banking; laws on connoellon. yith the Tcmpiej State Bank'linc of credit to him was' "a plain violation at least of the let ter of the la$v" He . continued to' "violate! this law anil other l'ajv. and to hurl challenge after challenge into the faces of la!tLidirig ettfzan: Then he was imstjedf ffoiii- Uio j&vcrnorShfp Bitt he wasfiievor poraecuicd. No. 22 Any erroneous? rcrieeuon upon the character standing or reputation of any persnn firm or corporation which may amar in the columns of The Daily Bulletin will he gladly corrected upon it...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 16 July 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JULY 16 1918 & -TOST CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS WANTED WAXTEU Any Kind or welding; sat- isfacUon guaranteed. Phone-113. 17ltfc "WAXTED Positron as stenographer or typist. Nothing but first class work done. Phone r31. Z3V c WANTED White or colored irirl to I tnkp M rtf nnn.vnr.nlil ltnhi- T O Box 329. Phone 'l C5. ' ' " 23jfsGuger WAXTEn Tn hill' cncnn! Vmnrl fiirnt. ture New Second Hand Store 3l6"iF01.1 SALE-flolsteih male calf -; about 1 E. Broadway Phone 975 i59tfcj-jU Pv .pw. U-" nicB I'touo WAN-TED Furniture and household1- -f ' ; goods. Highest prices paid in cash.-; F0RD KOAlfSLTISR FOjt SALK-Ilar-Bailey Furniture Store. Phone J-312.iSain l $225f Good-.-coniliUon. look dttltfe WANTED Four or five room eottace. good location unfurnished.' with gas. liiihts and bath. Address P O. Box lOtl TU-r.r. If.r. 0-. Vll" " '' ZZT.. WANTED All kinds of second hand11 a baigainU wjtl consfrier -good milrdi household ponds WH1 rmv highest cash price. W. C. Bowden Furnitu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 16 July 1918

6 BROWNWOQD BULLETIN JULY .16 1918 "JULY CLEARANCE" Silk and Wash Fabrics Greatly Dnderpriced - This sale opens in plenty of time to buy materials tcr com- plete your summer wardrobe with and it will be a wise investment to buy all you need now. FANCY 'SILKS Taffetas in gingham effects fancy stripes and checks; $2.r.u values in JULY SALE . .Sl.4.7 PALL SAT1XS- Iv inches wide all new shades. Buy how' and plan vour dress early. $'2.2Z grade $'2M SILK POPLINS Silk and cotton poplins 3G inches wide and worth $1.25 on present market: yd $1.00 TAFFETAS Special purchase of $2 quality in navy prey black and new shade rose special at - .spl.Ci! CREPE DE CHINE All new shades. 40 inches i.I.4! GEORGETTE CREPE 4 inches wide special $1.7:5 -FLURETTE SILK Fine imitation Pussy Willov weaves 40 inches wide for waists dresses; 2.."0 for ?-- SALE COLORED DRESS VOILES The newest color combinations in stripes and piaids -for cool summer dresses or kimonos priced: $1.00 values Gflc C9e values for. .4.Sc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 17 July 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN OIL FIELD NEWS AND GOSSIP ON PAGE PRICE FIVE CENTS BROWNWOOD TEXAS WEDNESDAY JULY 17 1918. VOL. XVII. NO. 234 RD DAY RESOLVES INTO SERIE b - German Casualties in Present Offensive Placed at One Hundred Thousand bp Estimates From the F ront cn fiTLTiicc nrccDtn dv LU ULI LI1UL HI rLflLU Ul ID AMERICANS SLOWS UP V ATTACKS iDETEilli FRENCH TOTAL ADVANCE OF CIO! PRINCE ARMY FIXED AT SIX MILES 3CIL1TARY CRITICS REGARD THE SITUATION NOW AS DISTINCTLY FAYORAHLE TO ALLIES. SECOND EXECUTION FOR SPY ACTIVITY WITH BOLO PASHA I) 1 R E C T 0 R OF PRO-GER.lfAN NEWSPAPER IN FRANCE IS EXECl'TEH EARLY TO RAY. By Associated Press) LONDON July 17. German casual- ties in the present offensive are esti- mated at one hundred thousand ac- cording to reports from the front. General von Eincm's army in the Champaigne yesterday delivered five attacks between Suipp and Massige I ganda of the Germans and was repulsed each time. i -By Associated Press) PARIS. July IS. M. Duvall. a di- rector ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 17 July 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JULY 17 1918 SOCIETY Edited bj 3frs. Jas. C. White - - Tlione 22 sides the chaperon tnosc enjoying this cr's with .Mrs. Clark acting as hostess 'Misses linima Kate Mayes Ivn Davisd delightful occasion were: Misses Co-hvas Misses Mnxine Ober of West Vir-iLuellc Hooiier Dabclle Jarrell Wil- XOTIIEHS SflttS. Men in brown with marcliins -feet. Like a great machine moved down the -atrcot. And tli shrieking of a life Led -that river of youns life. Soldiers bearing kits and suns Mothers' sons mothers' sons. On of the crowd a woman pressed Forward a little from the rest. "That's him." she said there. The third one Misses Minnie Florea of Richmond faulino and Catherine Jackson . and their guest. .Miss Helen OTIynn of Houston. Others participating were: Misses Maxinc Ober Ruth Diltly; Messrs. Williamson. Craig. Diiminiur Harpham .Miller Graham Pcirsky. Moisten Barber. Oatiilla. Celebrated Twelfth - Rirllid;iy. In recognition of the twelfth birth- the third one t day -annive...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 17 July 1918

TIE BROWN WOOD 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 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 I'rasa 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 Oil Belt Highway will be one of the most' important routos in the country for both tourist and business; use. It -will start at a good town and go all the way to another good town before it stops. Along the way it -will pass through the greatest oil terri- tory which ha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 17 July 1918

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS WANTED FOR SALE WANTED Any Kind or -welding; sat- FOR SALE Dining tableTlh1nTjj45. Jsfaction guaranteed. Phone 113. : - 171tfc F0R SALE Four and half gallon : milch cow at $100. Geo. D. Davis. "WANTED Position as stenographer 1 ' or typist Nothing but first class work FQR SALE New five passenger Ford done. -Phone 531. riYc 2?!!!!LSL WADteu GAS RANGE For sale used three take care of one-year-old babV. p. O. 'months. Seaborn Jones phone 7.. Box 329. Phone 165. 23. AVT-FTrdTo F0R SALtf-Two-ton Wichita truck than 1917 model; or Dodge roadster. First class condition. Walker-Smith Phone 110. C H. Gilliam. 239p ZZOf. YANTED To Duy second hand furni- ture. New Second Hand Store 110 E. Broadway Phone 975. 159tfc WANTED Furniture and household eoods Hiirhfist nHees nntrt in cash. Bailey Furniture Store. Phone J-312. dl31tfc WANTED Four or five room cottage good location unfurnished with gaV lights and bath. Address P. 0. Box 329. Phone 165. - 235 WANTED All kinds of ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 17 July 1918

Two Deliveries a Day The Government through the commercial economy hoard is 'asking the merchants all over the country to limit de- liveries to one a day over each route to make no special deliveries except emergency cases to limit the return of merchandise for credit to three business days and to cni out approvals. The merchants in New York City have adopted the one delivery . plan a"-day-many other cities have adopted it Dallas has it under consideration Kan Angelo adopted it last week and Browmvood merchants' have been requested to consider it. rntil. further passed on liowever we will limit our deliveries tb TWO EACH DAY over each route. In the morning at ELEVEN THIRTY and in the AFTERNOON AT FIVE THIRTY with no special deliveries except in sickness or real emergency cases. CURTAILING DELIVERIES IS ONE OF THE WIN THE WAR MEASURES ADOPTED BY THE GOVERNMENT TO RELEASE MEN FOR SER- VICE AND TO MAKE A MORE ECONOMICAL AD- MINISTRATION IN THE STORES WHICH WILL HELP KEEP DOWN PRICES. A...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 18 July 1918

tfmmS BROWNWOOD BULLETIN OIL FIELD NEWS AND GOSSIP ON P'AGE PRICE FIVE CENTS BROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY JULY 18 1918. VOL. XVII. NO. 235 fr - ADVANCE FROM TWO TO FOUR MILES IN SPLENDID ATTACK UUK V (IN 0-1 AMERIGANSOVERTHE TOP N BIG OF NSIVE TODAY Take First Objective in Less Than an Hour and Second Soon Afterward Germans Have Been Cleared from South Bank of the Marne According to General Pershing (By Associated Press.) WASHINGTON July 18. General Pershing's official communique yester- day reported that the Germans have been entirely driven from the south bank of the Marne. . ... - - - - Another German plane was shot down near Thiacourt. North of Chateau Thierry the-enemy attacks were all broken up by American infantry and artillery. -J-The. Americans j liiis morning at I (Bv Associated Press) AMERICAN ARMY IX KKANCK. .Inly IS wvttt over the ton with choer in the hi" attack Chateau Thierry. ' . j- The Amerk-itfis advanced behind a terrific l:u'r.'ie to their iirst objectives which wer...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 18 July 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JULY 18 1918 OIL FIELD NEWS AND GOSSIP ASSESSING LKASES will spend the summer months in. the FOR TAXATION ISV . north tooling after other business! CIHWTY AM) STATU waiters there arid both will return here in September. County Tax Assessor Otis M. Rrark is assessing the leases on lirovvh 'ounty land? for tate. and county taxes. acting under mandatory in- r. The lease of record on Janu a ry 1st will he placed rolls for t:tes Mr. ny ot Uic assessments direct from the mils while others are voluntarily rendered by the lease owners them-.: reives ' It is probable that litigation will' i U fruin the' attempt to tax oil in order to test !he matter to f-ecurc a basis for future nation. Al- lilff CASSKK IX. Information-reaching here is that ORDER ELECTION 10 .: CHANGE TR RATE PATRIOTISM KEYNOTE PROPOSE IXCKKASK OF A DIME IX TAXATION FOR SITPOKT OF I'lTY SCHOOLS tions rrom the state Comptrol- Jiol & Kani$HUng- five miles day night is Tin iWIe .f in. soh of SnntJi Anna. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 18 July 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JULY 18 1918 Two Splendid Stone White Refrigerators The finest the market affords. These will be sold at a loss to move them out. They are lin- ed with genuine . stone from the quarries. If you want a real bar- gain get one .of these only TWO left. Empire Furniture Company Several cars of furniture just received. If you have been waiting for. anything in these -.cars. come at once. E3iiii:i: iTim mu; ro. EXPLAINS ALLOTMENT UW PAYMENTS TO THE FAMILIES OF SOLDIERS TOIWKK DELAY OF ONK MONTH I. .MAKfSG PAYMENTS IS AOY ELiailNATEI). i Thp War Department at Washing- ton makes the following announce- ment in the Official Bulletin: . There has been considerable mis- understanding regarding the payment of allotments to the depend outs o( soldiers because of the confusion in ithe minds of many persons coiicern- jing the allotments under the old sys- jtem and those paid 'under the so-eail-Jed war-risk insurance" act. The law jof 1S09 authorized an allotment sys- tem and the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 18 July 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JULY 18 1918 THE BROWN WOOD 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 tho 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 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 rfews published -herein. A STRONG MAX IX AX IMPOKTAXT POSITION. Winning this war is the important business of every loyal American and any person who In any way throws ob- stacles in the way of the accomplish- ment of this purpose is a disloyal citizen a trai...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 18 July 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN. JULY 18 1918 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS WANTED WANTED Any Kind or welding; sat- isfaction guaranteed. Phone 113. mtfc ! "WANTED Position as stenographer or typist. Nothing but first class work done. (Phone 531. 'Si'(c WANTED White or colored girl to take care of one-year-old baby. P. 0. Box 329. Phone 365. '" 235 WANTED Ford roadster not later i - - -y than 1917 model; or Dodge roadster.! SALE--New 191$ Model . pas- Phone 110. C. -H. Gilliam. 239p!seKr Ford touring cac. Wilbur 'Smith. - 320tfc POSITION WANTED By energetic young man truck driving grocery oriun ai..iv any -kind of work. Phone 433. 237pjJJJJJt oId- WANTED To ouy second hand furni ture. New Second Hand Store 310 TO TRADE rS2 acres land for -house E. Broadway. Phone 975. 159tfciin South Brownwood. . Write J. C. WANTED Furniture and household goods. Highest prices paid In cash. t FORD ROADSTER FOR SALE--Bar-Bailey Furniture Store. Phone J-312.igajn at $225. Good condition looks. dl31tfc (good. Phone 110...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 18 July 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JULY 18 1918 Wonderful Summer Dresses At 1-4 and 1-3 Off ! Women will take particular le- lirlit in wearing such delightful dresses as these. 31 very one inside in the prevailing modes for sum- mer time wear. Esich trimmed in a distinctive manned Dresses for business. j'OcrentKMi or housewvnr. Kemarlvable quality of materials unusually becoming styles and loudness of price are their out- st a n (.1 ing eh a rsict prist ics. $35.00 SILK DRESSES $26.65 jfLM.OO SlLlv-)RESSES $1.C.65 s&O.QO SILK DRESSES $13.35 .ir.(0.SlLK DRKSSES $10.00 WHITE ORGANDIE DRESSES $20jOO values- for $15.00 $1100 Viduef? for $11.45 $1-2.00 values: lor ..$8.45 $10.00 vnluW for ..$7.45 $S.7i) values for $6.55 TAFFETA COAT SF1TS to $.'J5.00 for ........... .$19.85 TiJFFETA COATS Sl.'JT.S to $"25.00. for . .;. ...... . .$13.75 LOXU TAFFETA COATS to $ilkSf for.....:. $10.00 SILK .JERSEY Spurt Coats to $10.50 iit. .. . $6.45 SILK SKIRTS. Wash skirts wool skirts at. very attr.-i.-tnc prices-. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 19 July 1918

OOD BULLETIN OIL FIELD NEWS'AJtt) Q GOSSIP Orf.)At"fE PRICE FIVE CENTS BROWN WOOD TEXAS FRIDAY JULY 19 1918. VOL. XVJi: N0. 236 AMERICANS AND FRENCH EXPECTED GERMAN COUNTER ATTACK NOT YET DEVELOPED 6 PAGES TODAY BROV 11 I A SOUTHEAST OF SOISSONS ALLIES ADVANCE DESPITE HEAVY GE MAN HEIXFORCEMENTS BHOIGHT IT BY IIIWS FAIL TO STOl NEW ALLIED DRIVE. (By Associated Press) XOXDOX July 19. Tilts Frondi troops In llitir counter offensive 'between the Afsne and the Manic captured 1U(!00 prisoners yester- day according- to nens reaching- London tills afternoon. ! I I J ! j i ! ! f i ! i i i Admits U. S. Strength. (By Associated Press) THK JIA(H'lS;..fuly 19. In an. outspoken comment on the strength of the Americans in France the Socialist newspaper Arbeitcr Zeitung of Vienna says that there is miw no dOnbl hot that llicro are .a million Ameri- cans in Europe. It is a feat . of organ feat ion which is as & mazing as the creation of the British army The participntion of the Americans increa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 19 July 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JULY 19 1918 OIL FIELD NEWS AND GOSSIP .COLLINS STAKTS NEW HULL jdard rig .will lie brought in to com plcte the hole to contract depth. The Thcs.. J. Cpllihs has started a new other wells in the Kochollc .neigh- well on the Low tract four an:' a half boihood are makjju; steady progress miles smith of Rrownwood. making) Mercury tlrEurford ttrimm Co. the location cigkty feet "from the well : g continuing drilling in hard lhiic which Iras been flowing ssift water for-jftadte of the big flow of water on- several weeks. The new well is drill-coTrhtcrad ' a week or so ago. Tlie ing Tit about eighty feet today. Ur..Cunnmgham -well at Milbum is also Collins will attempt to drill this well reported to have struck an artesian 2.:.(ih feet. & fill his contract for ajflm ut " operations arc continuing well of UiYtflTciith on the acreage and in. u0 hfird lime. notwithstanding. I later date will undertake to sal in on this tract and a large number wM.be drilled; L. It. Crow...

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