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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 19 July 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JULY 19 1918 fan ?t: FOR SATURDAY ONLY. THE PIGGLY GGLY Democracy of the people was well illustrated in the Piggly Wiggly Store ; since opening when one thousand six hundred: fifty-six of Brownwood's patriotic did-their part toward helping win the war. . ! . These one thous and six hundred fifty-six representing families numbering more than four thousand nine hundred sixtyeight per- sons big and little bought their groceries without man-waste food-waste or money-waste-. . . Avoiding man-waste means the release of men to do other things worth while and more necessary Avoiding food-waste means the saving of what could have been wasted for the feeding of the armies in Europe who fight for world freedom. . Avoiding money- waste means available cash for investment in Liberty Bonds and War Stamps. Three things they are and important to remember every day if we cherish the freedom already ours -and which millions of other souls pray for. - PIGGLY WIGGLY makes possible ea...

Publication Title: Brownwood Bulletin
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 19 July 1918

4 BROWN WOOD BULLETIN JULY 19 1918 THE BROWNWOOD 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; ; afi second class matter TELEPHONE Editorial Office ......... Any No. account for every cent of money en- trusted to his care during his admin- istration. Every statement which he has made as to his official acts has been examined and verified. The at- ! he is at least due the people of Texas j i respect enough to make some kind of statement. A man that has his work so arranged that it will not stand 'the light is a dangerous man and a .man the past and resurrect business deals in. watch uovcrnor Hoooy was imcrfior.' ested in order to Show that lie has nor gam for this or..tha't faction" of th people become ridiculous ' when subj- nutted to the light of truth: There we have the records of tw Muzzle the man who (ton tend...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 19 July 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JULY 19 1918 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS WANTED "WANTED To rent typewriter by the'FOR SALE Dining table. Phone J-45. "month. Phone Thiral H902. 237c' . - v. c.AS RANGE For sale used three "WANTED Girl to do house work..' . Mrs. W. F. Son. Phone 142. -2:iGtf WANTED Any Kind or welding; sat- isfaction guaranteed. Phone 113. 171tfc "WANTED Position as stenographer or typist. Nothing but first class work clone tPhonc 531. sstc WANTED Ford roadster not later j FOR SALE Holstcin male calf about than 1917 model; or Dodge roadster. i month old. See 0.M. "Brack Phono Phone 110. C. H. GHUflfni. 239pJlD30. 237b POSITION WANTED By energetl"'i FORD ROADSTER FOR SALE Rar- young man. truck driving grocery or.lgain at $22. Good- condition looks any kind of work. Phone 433. 2".7pj good. Phone 110 or J-1S7. . 2i!Cp WANTED To ouy second hand furni-FOR SALE 10Q foot .steam tractor ture. New Second Hand Store HCvoil drilling outfit. ..complete .with E. Broadway Phone 975. 159tfc ; tank ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 19 July 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JULY 19 1918 Savings These Unusual July Clearance Will Make a Busy Saturday-Get Your Share The public appreciates the economies this store's offerings include and Saturday will be a good day fer you who have not attended to test this store's service and value giving. Savings in the Dry Goods Department stripe up t" ...5c cnTron . .50c INFANTS HOSE Lace hoe for every day uear !irr per pair AVO.M IvNS 110SK Black summer weight "3 pairs.. V( 3TKN S TAN 1 IOSE Fibre Xinisii 4M white black 35c WOMEN'S UNDERWEAR 3.H' Vests for only 23c 2n. Vots fr only 15c tf.lt Knit Pauls for only 15c HOV Knit Pants t.r only 25c 75c ICnit t'iiion.s for only... 65c 6."c Knit I'uionii for only...59c MIDDY BLOUSES $1.50 values lonir slecw. .$1.25 Men's Sumnjer Weight Palm Beach Suits NOW IiEMTED FtliST TLME THE Wash Goods $1.V0 values for $10.00 $1L."0 values for $8.45 tKMH) values fur $7.45 $7.( rallies for : $5.95 BOYS' PALM BEACH SUM- MER SUITS . to fi values for $3.75 Hen's $6 to $6.5...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 20 July 1918

6 M6ES I BROWNWOOB E OIL FIELD NEWS AND GOSSIP O N PAGE PRICE FIVE CENTS BROWNWOOD TEXAS SATURDAY JULY 20 1918. VOL. XVII. NO. o 2 ALU 4- t Soissons- Chateau Thierrv Rat OS Chief Objectives of Franco AI SOON END -Q- - j froacf is One o MM IIMUM STIFFFHIHfi M o ii . 1 .H.mencan MxtacK PhESENT Dn y E 1 ERAL MARCH SAYS 1.210 SOLDIERS HAVE GOME TO F im j I imp w xj mi CAe o Slaff Explains Importance of Present Drive On: Soissons Front Saying that Situation is Now " Very Favorable to Entente A llies. V I t tHy'Assodiillcil "ptsa)"" ! it n-.t of Urn TlftTKtatl Giahi Baltic Forecast When Opposing. Forces Reach t Deadlock; Crown Prince Generals Rallying For- cesUn Desperate effort to Slop Big Drive. I aiitiy today contained Batae Eleven Hundred--Survivors Il-ave Been Landed at New York and their Opinion is that t lie Cruiser Was Tor- pedoed; Sing Star Spangled Banner as 1 1 Sinb$. iilM.- . classified a:: follow:- Killcd in aelmii. Died of wounds. Died of di?e.iseY H-t: Dic.i of nirpUrtri e ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 20 July 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JULY 20 1918 Ti T A L C CROM the flower gardens of all he i world from India and FranceGuiana and England the Holy Land and Italy we gathered the fragrances that go into the making of Jonteel the 'New Odor of Twenty-six Flowers. Yet never before has a talc of this quality sold at a price so low. Fate Petfder Jonteel 50c 1 Talc Jonteel 25c Combination Ceam Jonteel 50c Camp-Bell Drug Company "The Retail Store" OIL FIELD NEWS AND GOSSIP jmivA to pit KSKvr govlujmem' tin: a. STAKILIZKU A. S. Harris survey 4S also 160 acres of same survey $1; second. r3.t acres 40.S acres a part of the south- west quarter of H. T & B. R. R. Co. survey SI 12.5 acres a part of the southeast quarter of same survey: third 320 acres being the west one- half of H. T. & B. R It. Co. section 49 '$1; four f4 acres of J- D. Byrd sur-. ycy abstract 1TS9 SO acres the east rinc-half of northeast quarter of sec- tion SI H. T. & B. R. R. Co. $1; fifth. 320 acres of J. E. West survey being...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 20 July 1918

IiYj.ort if ttM ( jKl!t;' U of BROWN WOOD national; bank t Brmvnwood. Texas ! " AT. THE C'LOSK OF HTKIXHSS -JL'XE 29th i)1S -. EESOURCES V- LIABILITIES. I)iM(Hints '4.fi:l2.-"r 4 a ... .. . rt..:i i. urn i jf. Ll'!.s i Ovi'ifr.ms t r. s r i.is Vaii ln 1 1 nt-.e. Fin-hilure mu i"! tares . .tO'-k in Fodvrnl li' v'rv - Uauk Jfcf( !iijt ion niJli I. S. ' . Tnnsmvr (asi. j'.ihi ll.n.ks rod . r;ns f . 4ni.io FndiYidYtl Prof Lis if: 3inDb.no ToL-il Riifc;X?:imhlp IKwHstjiHiitlii . - Tola! ; . ..:$ioriono;"on ... 1QO0(KKOO ... 2100(0;o0 . . . OSOO.OO . .. ")S2G47(.8 Xoiie . . . " -None .n.on:u7t:s You will note ihe fact thai this bank has no rediscounts or borrowed money. Also that for every dollar of capital we have three dollars and ten cents behind it to support it. We do only a banking business leaving all speculation to those who are not handling trust funds. We solicit the business of all those ..who wish to be connected with a conservative and well managed bank. SOCIETY Edited by 3Tr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 20 July 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JULY 20 1918 THE BR0WNW00D BULLETIN . MAYES PRINTING CO. PROPS. Member Associated Press Published every afternoon except Sunday Olfice 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 o. 22 Any erroneous reiiecuon 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. guson defies tie record. He appeals to the people of the state in an effort I to tear up the constitution and secure endorsement of his' violation of the law. Therein lies the issue of this campaign. Let us not forget it. Thorp may or may not be truth in the many side issues which have been ratseu during the campaign but there is a deal of truth in the sworn lestimqn upon which Ferguson was removed f roni . of f ieci ; The honfcr ami...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 20 July 1918

BROWN WOOD BULLETIN JULY 20 1918 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS WANTED WANTED A trunk rack for a Ford; car Phone 73 1 R 1. it i "WANTED To rent typewriter by the piohth. Phone Rural 5902. 237c WANTED Any Kind of welding; sat- isfaction guaranteed. Phone 113. lTltfc WAXTEI) Podire or Ford not later llian 1(5 or 17 model. Phone 110. C. JI. Gilliam. llp WANTED Position as stenographer: or typist. Nothing but first class work done. Phone 531. 'SJrtc WANTED Ford roadster not later than 1917' model; or Dodge roadster. Phone. 110. C. H. Gilliam. 239p POSITION WANTED By energetic young man. truck driving grocery or any kind of work. Phone 433. 237p 1 - - : J FOR SALTS Jarsey cow with calf. WANTED To Duy second hand furni-IFour years old.; fawn color... Will sell ture. New Second Hand Store llOjfgr $Gf or cow without calf for ?57.ro. E. Broadway Phone 975. 159tfc AVANTED To purchase six lmndred feet" half inch soft steel cable also Dart bailer. Address Dart care Bui- letln. LT.Sp WANTED Furnlturo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 20 July 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JULY 20 1918 Exceptional Values in Sub- stantia! Merchandise For Monday . Ginghams Our line of Ginghams is most com- plete and is especially adapted for school dress- es. Consisting of plaids stripes checks and sol- ids. Buy now while the line is unbroken. Regular width Gingham priced at 25c and 35c per yard. 36-inch. Gingham at 39c and 50c per yard. FANCY VOILES AND TISSUES DO. ALLISON LI UP I WITH CRIPPLED LEG ABHASIO.X OF HEEL CAUSES HE- (''KKENCE OF FORMER TK'Otf--I-11LE; LIKES AJIAIY LIFE; Cdptain I P. Allison of the base 0 " "X nT hosidtal at Fort Sill Okla. writes tluaL 1 rl 1 ?"? i. J i -i . . .snipped lrorn Sr. Lotus 1 SjJS.Sj" U .arny SCryic!l ?! has not arrived. In con Tie I'ortj Sill only a week whan his crij plod log- became infected from an 85c values for . . . 69c values for - 50c values for . . . 39c values for 35c values for Gabardine Skirting in gray tan blue-and pink 85c value for only 69c ..69I ..484 ... .391 ... .35g . . . 23c I V n THE STORE ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 22 July 1918

ES " i BROWNWOOD BULLETIN OIL FIELD NEWS AND GOSSIP ON PAGE 2 PRICE FIVE CENTS BROWNWOOD TEXAS MONDAY JULY 22 1918 VOL. XVII. NO. 238 D HTING DESPERATE REAR GUARD ACTIONS - J - ALLIES STEADILY POUNDING WAY TOWARD) NEW OBJECTIVES ARMIES 1 AMERICAN I EH SELVE WITH GLORY ON THE VOSGE S FRONT! Joint Intervention GERMAN COUNTER ATTACKS ARE by Japs and United States in Siberia Gei mans North of Marne Given Terrible Pounding With Heavy Artillery of the Allies. . u l'v Associate! Press t AMERICAN ARMY ON THE AISNE FRONT July 22. (2 p. m.) The Germans are clinging desperately to the line south of Soissons in an effort to protect their flanks. .The Americans on this front have completed the cutting of the narrow guage railroad to Chateau Thierry which is the principal line of communication for the Ger- man forces on the Marne front. with Tin-: American ak.my on the marne ny - -: American troops in dVniinti rai!s on (hi osres:; front h'ri.lay in-fli-lil ;t hundred ami fifty casualties ami sust...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 22 July 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JULY 22 1918 TE BROWN WOOD BULLETIN - -MAYES PJRINTING 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 Of flce . . . . . . . . . . . . No. 22 Any erroneous reileciion upon the character standing or reputation of any person firm or corporation which may appear in 1he 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. SOT; A 'Il'E CROWD. The Bulletin submits the proposi- tion that the contest between Hobby and Fergnson is a contest of prin- ciples rather than of men. It is a contest between good government and bad government; b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 22 July 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JULY 22 1918 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS WANTED WANTED Any xlnd of -welding; sat- isfaction guaranteed. Phone 113. 171tfc "WANTED Nicely fufnished modern house. Phone 3C4 or call at 1101 Cog- gin Avenue. x 23Stf To3fTEDj)o than 16 or 17 moieh Phone 110. C. If. Gillian. 210p WANTED Position clericaTlirTinV door work. Married teacher. M. W. Glasscock 1202 Fisk avenue. 243p WANTED A position as bookkeeper and typist. Experience. References furnished. Phone R-75C. 23Stf WANTED Ford roadster not later than 1917 model; or Dodge roadster. Phone 110. C. H. Gilliam. 239p WANTED To Duy second hand furni- ture. New Second Hand Store 110 - E. Broadway Phone 975. 159tfc WANTED To purchase six hundred feet half inch soft steel cable also Dart bailer. Address Dart care Bul- letin. 23Sp WANTED Furniture and household goods. Highest prices paid in cash. Bailey FuipKurej 3tore;Plione J-312. dlSllfc WANTED-Colored -woman" to' come to house to. -do. washing and ironing each week. Call ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 22 July 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JULY 22 T91 8 There is no other single item in your wearing ap- parel that is of as great importance as the selec- tion of your shoes. Fit Style Service and Price should .be your chief consideration. We guarantee to you these requisites in our shoe department.. SPECIAL PRICES FOR TUESDAY Men's Oxfords. New English shape in the pop- ular dark brown calf leather. $7.50 value for only S6b95 Men's Oxfords English shape low flat heel $6.50 brown calf leather for $5.95 $5.95 black calf leather for $5.25 MEN'S WHITE DUCK OXFORDS $3.50 to $4.00 value for $2.95 $2.50 value for $1.95 WOMEN'S SLIPPERS $4.50 Gun Metal Pump low heel $3.00 $3.75 White Buck Pump $2.95 $4.00 Patent Dress Pump Cuban Heel. .$2.95 $3.50 White Canvas turn. sole pump. . . .$2.95 $5.00 White Buck Oxfords low heel. .$4.35 $6.50 Brown Calf Oxfords low heel. . .S4.75 BABY DOLL PATENT SLIPPERS TROOP INSPECTION BY ARMY OFFICERS MAJOltS WILSON' AMPK('K EXA3I- INK .SOLDI E ItS HELD IX CAJIPJIKKK Of Interest t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 23 July 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN OIL FIELD NEWS AND GOSSIP ON PAGE PRICE FIVE CENTS BROWNWOOD TEXAS TUESDAY JULY 23 1918 VOL. XVII. NO. 239 GERMANS IN CLUTCH OF ALLIES FIGHTING HARD 10 PREVENT COMPLETE ROUT FRENCH LAUNCH NEW ATTACK ON 1NTDIDIER GERMANS FRENCH GROSSING OF THE French and Americans Take Additional Towns and Strong 'Positions After Bitter Fighting With German De- fenders; British Also Active (By Associated Press) LONDON J11I3- 23. The Franeo-Amaricnn ecCntjnno to. ma'ke progress hofveeen the onrcq and the Finnic rivi'cs. The Fvcnyh have restored all the ground vvhih they Inst Monday in the region of Grissoles northwest of Chateau Thierry. . The French stormed" the heights at (-ourielles yesterday afte- noon. Thev also are holdin" the of Chass:ns as far. as Treloup. Jlarne and east of JaulounoJ- - : which was taken by the Ameri-lnanr nPnnPTn inr cans. Treloup at latest advices is1 Mfl h SN nMS DKr still in' the hands of the enemy .! I llnUL ULUlILIU fHlL The French crossed tlio Marne ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 23 July 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JULY 23 1918 Special ! Special ! We place on sale 18 Dress lengths in Fancy Voiles (5 yard lengths) former prices 75c to 4 QC 85c yard choice ... . y I Specials in White Skirt lengths in plain and fancies: Cft $145 to . iDU White Silk Hose - 15 dozen White all silk full fash- ioned hose by today's express a regular $250 hose. f f On sale the pair . . j)iUU Jennings w Exclusive Ladies9 Store SAM SPARKS S S TO LARGE AUDIENCE FAVORING GOV HOBBY JMStTSSKK HKCOUD OF KEIMJI'SOX AM) HOBBY VM ASKS PKO- riE TO Sl'lTOliT HOBBY OIL FIELD NEWS AND GOSSIP VAM'K OF TJIKKi: FIViKIH. -. mmKs. a -Icing tliCTii Jo aftcnU th'1 trofb- to 1 given at the nw xfeun i There may dp many in'.ivi :nals in-the lUtvoi Thursday night. H i iV.i "dry" Texas ins to. sive M!5R BUHTOM SPEAKS urnr roiniv shout siaiws fiin(j n at o u nfcnt rtilUAY Hlbil I ;s' rM M . Before an immense audience Ion- day night at the court house Hon. Rain Sparks delivered an address in the interest of Governor Hobby's ca...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 23 July 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JULY 23 1918 A r- Roumanian Qtieen Did All in Her Power to Prevent Peace Treaty With Huns (By Associated 'Press.) LONDON July 23. Just a week be- fore peace negotiations were opened between Rumania and the Central posers the Associated Press corre- spondent at Jassy received an invita- tion from the Queen of Rumania' to accompany her on a journey to the Rumanian front. Rumors of impending ponce had been current in Jassy for some time. 'Ut the Queen resolutely refused to believe that any "arrangement" with Germany was possible and continued her work of encouraging and inspir- ing her beloved soldiers. One of her principal objects on this journey wa to make -sure that the officers and men at the front were still' firm in their resolve to fight to the last in defense of the cause which she cher- ished so dearly. It was only four days before the opening of peace negotiations when plie left Jassy 0:1 the Royal train for a village just behind the front.' Dur- in the nex...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 23 July 1918

1 BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JULY 23 1918 THE BROWNWOOD BULLETIN MAYS PRINTING CO. PROPS. Member Associated Press Published every afternoon except Sunday Office of Publication. Bulletin Build-JngornerBjwnanl-ee Streets Entered at the Postoffice at Brown- ""'ood Texas. as second class matter TELEPHONE Editorial Office No. 22 ernqr Hobby in. his race for governor. It is . against .the constitution Iqf the organisation to officially Indorse any candidate for any office but Knave j talked to all the members of this camp and know the above .statement to be true." " "f... Ferguson can .not carry the votes of the veterans of. the Civil War in any counts in Texas. Tliav won't Vote for anybody who is not a hundred percent American. Any erroneous rejection upon the character standing" or reputation Of 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. Tommy A twins' Songs Contain 1 . ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 23 July 1918

BROWNWOOD -BULLETIN JULY 23 1 9 1 8 c CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS 'frfrMHtfrSfr " O'Reilly stared stupidly at the j. weapon; then he raised his eyes. Peer- WANTED WANTED Any kind of second hand lumber. Phone 4S4. . 243p WANTED Second hand ceiling fan. Horn & Mayo Photographers. 243c WANTED Any Kind or welding; sat- isfaction guaranteed. Phone 113. nitre WANTED Nicely furnished modern liouse. Phone 3G4 or call at 1101 Cog- gin Avenue. . 23Stf IVANTERwDodgc or Ford not Inter 1 than 16 or 17 wodeL Plume 110. C. 11. Gilliam. 24()p WANTED Position clerical or out- door work. Married teacher. M. W. Glasscock 1202 Fisk avenue. 243p WANTED A ' position as bookkeeper and typist. Experience. References furnished. Phone R-75G. FOR SALE FOR SALE Dining table. Phone J-43. FOR SALE--Two ton First class condition. Co Wichita truck. Walker-Smith 220tf FOR SALE Four burner Perfection oil stove .and oven. Phone J-S55. 23Stf FOR SALE Full blood white Leghorn rooster. Call 1G03 Avenue B or phone 1017...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 23 July 1918

6 BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JULY 23 1918 In view of the fact that the UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT. is supplying the greater part of the world with the necessities of life it is reas- onable to believe that prices have not reached the high wafer mark. There is not an item in our shelves that would not cost today a price far above the price wc paid. This means future prices are going to be much higher than the now prevailing prices. ( We urge you to take advantage of the splendid savings guaranteed to you in men s wearing apparel listed below. COOL WEAVES in Palm 'Beach or Kool Kloth in neat stripes or checks no linings. $7.50 $10.00 $12.50 and. ............. .1. . Si 5.00 MEN'S WOOL SUITS. Three piece suits in serges or worsteds that are at least $10.00 -under present market value $25.00 MEN'S WORK PANTS. Dark pin stripe cotton worsted light weight spe- cial at. :. f .. $2.00 MEN'SJffiAKI PANTS. A grade worth $2.25 to $2j50 on sale:at only : ...I-Si.75 MEN'S SOCKS .. ; . - Radium work socks th...

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