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

BROWNWOOD TEXASAUGUST 2 1918. aststwo weeks I Saturday August 3rd We Begin Our First lasts two weeks -a. TURK OR HOCK TOWELS BUY A SUPPLY OF TOWELS XOW Anv sn V sale o0c each i nn 11P Any 5oc Towel on sale 42c each o 1 HEN'S SOc TIES 35c Special purchase of men's 4- In-hand silk and washable crepe and satin ties worth 50c regular "SUperba" brand 35c. 3 for M 25c WASH 4 IN-HANDS 15c 2 for 35c 10c WASH 4 IN-HANDS 4 for 25c FINE SILK TIES $L50 at $1.25 $1.25 at $1 $1 at 89c 75c at We " ic eaeu "(i - f" " August Clean-Up Sale of Women's Apparel '.' 1-2 Price Our New Ready- to- Wear 1-2 Price 22?SIBER 0UR READY TO WEAR IS ALL NBW-ALL PUR- CHASED SINCE WE TOOK OVER THE BR IX STORE. Not a gar- ment offered but that the style is correct In every detail Eve.v color offered is new. the quality of each garment is ncyond question and the prices JUST ONE HALF. We do not believe in carryiiiq over a single garment and we intend to make a clean SWEEP NOW " .aJ S?2?;"C0at8' Drcsses etc xo FREE 'ALTE...

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

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN AUGUST 2 1918. OIL FIELD NEWS AND GOSSIP COLEXAX COUXTl' OTES. Coleman Democrat-Voice: "Wood & Wooley spudded their No. 3 Tuesday on tho Peeples survey 205 (Overall.) The Cohden company spudded their No. 1 Tuesday on Izod 172 (Gray) 600 feet east of Mitchel Xo. 1. C. F. Fitchel & Sons will spud their No 3 today Friday. The 'Mutual rctroleum Company on the Babington are rigged for their No. 2 and are waiting casing. The Empire Company (Xeff) are drilling at 1500. The System Company (Miller No. 1) were drilling about 700 feet Tues- day. " The Gulf Company (Russell) are drilling at 500. The Snyder Oil Company (Jones No. 1) are underreaming at 12fi0. The Magnolia and Elizabeth com- panies (Scaly Ko. 1) underreaming at 1250. JMorris No. 4 was drilling Wed- Co. 157.50 acres beginning at north- east corner of Allen Cox pre. survey $19GS.7S. Win. G. Mappcs ct al to FuqualDick- son Oil Co. assignment. 10 acres of J. C. Pago survey $2500. J G. Fisher to F. P. Warren...

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

n r 1 TEmWH WOOD BULLETIN BROWNWOOD BULLETIN AUGUST 2 '1918. ' E.SW CO.. PROPS. . AB8cwted Press every afternoon Sunday except ? PPubiicatl8n- Bulletin Build- corner firnvn n t oJ7 latere t iiTTr TT! w-wn W T 8 rotoiflce at Brown- wa Texas as second class matter rjf t TELEPHONE itorIal Office ...... No. 22 iTIV ..... ekirVrf reile"m upon the Iv . fIrm or corporation which 55L PPwr in the columns of The Daily Bulletin will be gladly corrected Ifi" Drought to the attention jaoii8Qers. -milf"1153 Prass 18 exclusively 111 nit. ?8e for republication of ail news dispatches credited to it or utaerwise credited In this paper ku - " me local news published SHOULD 0T OPERATE FOR PROFIT. The Bulletin believes that all nub He utilities owned by the government or by the municipality should operate on a cost basis and that' none should be (aad to pay a profit further than sufficient to create a sinking fund for taking care of depreciation and if re- quired to take care of necessary im- provements...

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

P' BROWNWOOD BULLETIN AUGUST 2 1918. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS WANTED WANTED Any Kind ol weldinzi at- tafaction guaranteed. Phone 113. 171tfc "WANTED Nicely furnished modern house. Phone 364 or call at 1101 Cog- fin Avenue. 238tf MARRIED man with some bookkeep- tag experience desires position. Phone R-1013. 24Gtf WANTED To tmy second hand furni- ture. New Second Hand Store 110 JC. Broadway Phone 975. 159tfc WANTED To rent by loth a house aot less than five rooms. Must be modern. Phone Pittman. 512. 248tfFOR SALE Our place on Greenleaf lot 70x90; four room house . I'uimiuis auu liuuseiiuiu foedg. Highest prices paid in cask- Bailey Furniture Store. Phone J-312 dl31tfc WANTED All kinds of second hand kouseaeld goods. "Will pay highest cash price. W. C. Bowden Furniture Co Phone J-937. WANTED At once driller with rig for one to three 1500-foot wells at Kerrvllle Texas. Communicate with L. N. Shaw Kerrvllle Texas. --248 WAITED Salesman for high grade office specialty on 'commission basi...

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

' "if." BROWNWOOD" BULLETIN 'AU.GUST 2 '1918. LYRIC TODAY . Metro Presents Viola Dam In romance of the great Southwest The Onlv Road" A tale of yout hand love compelling one of the great stars of the screen. LYRIC SATURDAY Lewis J. Selznick Presents Constance Talmadge In a great five reel comedy drama "A Pair of Silk Stockings" Good things always come in pairs see Constance Tal- madge in her latest. Ciig Ambassador James W. Gerard's "My Four Years in Germany 99 DIXIE NOTICE 'Finding it impossible to break even for the past five or six months on ac- count or extra taxes High price of films in- crease in the express rates etc. starting Mon- day the prices . at the Dixie will be changed to: Children: 9c tax 1c ... 'Adults 1 3c tax 2c . . . 10( 15( C. E. Boyett Manager. i PERSONAL ITEMS Jtamie JNeel is visiting friends hi V . . Miss Gladys Neel is visiting in Me- aard. - Mrs. Guy Hiil is visiting relatives in llenard. iss JBeulah Miller of May is visiting- friends kere. Mrs Clyde Robert...

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

8 a6es today BROWNWOOD BULLETIN OIL FIELD NEWS AND GOSSIP ON PAGE - PRICE FIVE CENTS BROWNWOOD TEXAS SATURDAY AUGUST 3 1918. VOL. XVII. NO. 249 GERMAN SALIENT SOUTH OF THE AISNE IS DOOMED Anarchist Plot to Destroy Big Troop Transport Frustrated by Arrest of Man Admitting Guilt (By Associated Press.) AN' ATLANTIC PORT Aug. 3 An anarchist plot to destroy an American troop transport is believed by authorities -here to have been frustrated today with name as Frederick Rouchatud. The prisoner was caught while climbing a ropfc ladder on th side of a steamship a former German liner selected to 'blow up the vessel. Russian Revolutionists Conducting Campaign of Terrorism Against Huns (By Associated Press) t LONDON. Aug. 3. The terrorist campaign against the Germans by the Hussian Social Revolutionists of the Left includes an explosion at Kiev which resulted in the death of 700 ! German soldiers in addition to the murder of Field Marshal von Eichorn. The total number of anti-German crimes by ...

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

2 " BROWNWOOD. TEXAS AUGUST 3 1918. Monday Will be a Big Day at Our "August Clean-Up Sale !" August Clean-Up Sale Men's antrBoy's Wear Wash Goods and Silks at Great Savings August Clean-Up Sale of Women's Apparel WHATEVER Kemains- from .Summer -selling will he . speedily sold at Clean-Tp Prices!' In the face of pres- ent high prices these reductions are reinarkahle mid surely prices next year won't- b lower! liny all you need for now ami next season snt a good l)ig saving. $2S.OO 3-Piece Summer Weight Wool Suit for $18.75 Coats are half lined -materials striped worsteds and fancy cassinicrs. Take note! Three piece suits can he w.rn till late in the fall. Save and Imy now for. .$18.75 Blue Serges $17.50 andl$25.00 All WUid three piece Line serg 1 ' suits ! full lined hut light weights. They will he good for late fedl and winter wear. Big Line at $2?) and limited line at ONLY . .$17.50; Cool Palm Beach Suits - " . Keal featherweights in strip- checks and neat liiixturtsJ Coats "withou...

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

T BROWNWOOD BULLETIN AUGUST 3 1918. The Browitwood Nationa I Bunk Has Three Dollars and Ten Cents Behind iec erfeam andca.!.d!oii music ya furnished.- P.-y?laisfl Of newinc- gum wore given ns favors. The "uo.-sts hi- eluded: Vivian and Marine White Eleanor Sprntt. Gjidden Wilson. Rahy Wilson Leoim. MfcKle- Noldn Smith Martha Frac&sj AVfisii Elizabeth- Anurev-? J5laeBii o.iWooils.- Martha EVERY DOLLAR OF ITS C APITAL STOCK To Protect it! Can You Beat This for 5 arefv Your Business Solicited We Strive to Please. SOCIETY JKdited by Jlrs. Jas. t White. - - .l'hnne 22 fwas discussed and while many splen- did suggestions were offered nothing definite wis decided upon. The meinhers Urge a full attendance at each meeting on Thursday in the Gauze dressing room. Catholic Ladies War Savintr Society. me uitnniic lollies war avtngfFiio lister of San Antonio Sam Society will meet Monday nrtermmn in j Woods. Oeorftfe Clriffm Vvillie Julia tho.gauze dressing mom at the library. : Preston. 1-Van...

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

4 r'-v- v THE BROWNWOOD BULLETIN ? S NTIXG 0. PROPS. Ldf Press ."""saea every afternoon Sunday BROWNWOOD BULLETIN AUGUST 3 1918. t when he Is making mistakes" and that is precisely -what Foch 'has in mind. If Ludendorff elects to waste thousands of soldiers in fruitless ef- why not let him do it? Foch is undoubtedly in a position to do- Build- ; liver a strong offensive hut hardly strong enough to bring about a defl- e at Brown- j-j losing iiuu a nm- oi ruoiicaUon Bulletin tJBivnand 3e Streets Entered at the Postoffic 5exas. as second class matter 3tol ni ho migln force the Germans TELEpliol .back for 25 or 30 miles on a consid- Editorial Office . No. 22 :enAle front. but f lie failed to break .Itnat front beyond rerovnrv -h -untiii made himself so muh offensive always pre- w . 0ne0U9 rerieuon upon the! have merelv character. standing ..t . L Jul-lt;ii any Derson firm i ut-). i eakor vi i .IL1UU IllvV I may Dly An appear in the columns of ThesupDsos superior losses and must af- Bull...

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

BROWNWOOD. TEXAS. AUGUST 3 1918. if 5-n V'OU'LL never miss an inter-: esting picture if youcarryu with you always the ? ANSCOiVrP.NoJQ This little camera is handy to carryeverready for instant action and the sharp clear 1 x 2Vz inch pictures it takes will make perfect enlargements Send one to your boy in Service. It will increase his happiness and you will appreciate' the pictures': he'll send back to you. - t Camp-Bell Drug Co. ONE-SEVENTH OF ALL NATION'S DENTISTS ENLISTED IN ARMY AJ HALF OF THOSE HF.MAIX1X AT HOXE ARE ME3TBEIN OF PATHIOTJC LEAUl'E. . (By Associated Press ) CHICAGO Aug. a. Six thOHsancTof brought on by trench warfare. . Start- ling results achieved in restoring health and making normal the ap- pearance of men suffering serious face wounds by means of lilastic sur- gery have given the dentists a new distinction. Work Is Hoi'oiiiiiful. Recocnition of the imuortance of the dentist's work has led; the mili- tary authorities to place Members of the profession in the-.se...

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

' r - i 6 - U ribuURD BROWNWOOD BULLETIN AUGUST 3 1918. t I - OF FORD'S SHIPBU ILDING WORK FIRST LIST OF LANDS AND LOTS DELINQUENT ON MARCH 31st 1918 DELINQUENT TAX ROLLS FOR THE CITT OF BBOWSWOOD TEXAS FOR THE YEAR 1017. T f l m ns-.- UAi' t ill ' .KTPTl IV CIV TIJIE AND LAUNCH- ED LAST XONTH STATE OF TEXAS: COUNTY OF BROWN: CITY OF BROWNWOOD; This is to certify that; the following is a true and correct list of all lands and lots delinquent to the City of Brown wood Texas for the year 1917 as shown by the delinquent tax rolls for said City approved by the City Coun- cil of said City. The tax items shown are the original tax items with the 10 per cent penalty added and does not include interest collectors and advertising cost accruolng by virtue of said delinquency and this publication. ' ARTHUR CROSS Tax Assessor and Collector of the City of Brownwood Texas. Sworn to and subscribed before me this the 2nd day of April A. D. 1918. W. A. STOREY . - " ' City Secretary Brownwood Texas. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 3 August 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN AUGUST 3 1918. '4 Name of Owner - Town or city lot Addition Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown 5 o o O e S3 County Taxes c 03 o o 3 o t p in a x es H o ...Bailey q Bailey 7 ...Bailey 2 -..Bailey 5 ...Bailey r ...Bd Hts 2 ...Bd Hts L Bd Hts Bd Hts ..Bd Hts T3.1 TTl HD'kDOwn "--Bd Hts Bd Hts Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown "Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown .Ufiknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown " Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown -Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknqwn Unknown Unknown. Unknown -Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown ' Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown . Unknown Unknown Unknow...

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

4 & BROWNWOOD BULLETIN AUGUST 3 1918. DIXIE .: ; : i InilQIMPQQ MEN HFfiR BBBfflfflHra llllllllll II I Mil II III nil I i-JUI . t i m ; - i . ... . . ss i innn nrnnrnri tit wr LYRIC TODAY Extra Double Feature-a Program of Joy Constance Talmadge "A Pair of Silk Stockings" Ran on the stage for 2 successful years in London-a season in New York and 2 sea- sons on the road. A first run picture. Paramount Mack Sennett Comedy "Two Tough Tenderfeet" With Billy Moran and Ben Turpin Balcony 15c Main Floor 25c KSaV 15f PERSONAL ITEMS Miss Lela Hasty is visitin relatives in Menard. t Mrs. H. T. Savage is visiting rela- tives in Coleman. I -U1S3 .UUClie .UCAIlhlUr IS Vilnius relatives in Grosvenor. Mrs. R. E. AVilson of Mflford is a guest of her daughter Mrs. L. H. Hall. Miss Grace Carter has. returnod to iiss Annie. left today for . a visit will S x home in May after attending the'Captam and irs jacic shelton. . h her normal here. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Aphfel of Hous- Inn- nro fllP5t5 nf linr ...

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

s5 BROWNWOOD BULLETIN OIL FIELD NEWS AND O GOSSIP ON PAGE PRICE gIVE CENTS BROWNWOOD TEXAS MONDAY AUGUST 5 1918. VOL. XVII. NO. 250 GERMAN OFFENS ESTROYED BY ALLIES ADVENTURE OF CROW EGINS TO COLLAPSE IN DEFEAT N PRINCE B Casualty Lists ofMarne Drive Begin Today; Will be Reported Each Day by General P II ersntn 1 AOGIOENTS . IIEEB EXPANSION OF : mq AQqiiMF OFFFMIVF II DNR Ills CAMPS ; PORT 1411118 FOR lllP rnn nnrn Tn n..r...n Lint mui ran wmtm MAKE 11 RECORDS (By Associated Press.) WASHINGTON Aug. Casnalties among the American troops fighting;! along the Marne since July irth are j Pershing hut no estimate of the total loss has yet been received. An additional list of 300 names bringing the total for today to ap proximately 700 was chocked at the; war department today in preparation for the morning papers or tomorrow. Men from forty-six states are nam ed in the list with no state predom nniiii u tv uu un i icr IS MEETING- PUCE : OF SOLDIER BOYS fESiSARLISiniKYr ITtiH AN'IUiNlO riiu...

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

1 -A TKBROWHWOOD BULLETIN AYES PRINTING CO. PROPS. -moer Associated Press Published every afternoon except Sunday Office of Publication Bulletin Build- Jrnand Lee Streets Entered at the Postoffice at Brown- wood. Texas as second class matter ' TELEPHOX-E 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 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. AO FRICTION IX CONVENTION. There was no lack of harmony in the county Democratic convention which met here Saturday. The sup- porters of Governor Hobby not only carried Brown county by a majority of morejthjm. fa thos'and wtcsbht thejurcd he. election' oViloiliy delegates' touhe' coun...

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

J : BROWNWOOD. TEXAS. AUGUST 5 1918. t CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS 175 Men Wanted COTTON PICKING and RICE SHOCKING at Bay City BiJ Crops good pay and steady employment TRANSPORTATION AD- VANCED leaving here Tuesday night. See Mr. Morehead at Chamber ot Commerce tomorrow morning. WANTED WANTED Any Kind of welding; sat- isfaction guaranteed. Phone 113. 171tfc WANTED N'icely furnished modern house. Phone 364 or call at 1101 Cog- gin Avenue. 238 tf WA3?TEosiUon b7cmpctent stenographer twelve months' experi- ence. Phone 662. WANTED To ouy second hand furni- ture. New Second Hand Store 110 E. Broadway Phone 975. . 159tfc WANTED Two unfurnished rooms 'with sleeping porch. Must be nice and close in. Phone J-390. 249tfc WANTED To rent by 15th a house not less than five rooms. Must be modern. Phone Pittman 512. 24Stf WANTED Furniture and household goods. Highest prices paid in cash. Bailey Furniture Store. Phone J-312. dlSltfc WANTEDr-Customers for fresh sweet milk. Two to three gallons per day...

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

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN AUGUST 5 '1918. August Clean-up Sale Opens up with eager buyers in attendance. $4.98 Plaid Voile Dresses $3.68 Pretty color combination Plaid Voiles with white collars and cuffs and made with pockets. Just the dresses for home wear or a hur- ried trip to town. VALUES OX SALE $1.65 Silk Skirts $9.98 to $14.851-3 Off Regular "Miite satin Silk Skirts and few fancy taffetas worth ?0.9S to $15.00 will sell for JUST ONE-THIRD OFF. 1-4 Off House Dresses 1-4 Off Gingham and percale house dresses worth $1.75 to $5.00 in hdt styles and materials; ONE-FOURTH OFF. $1.(59 HOUSE DRESS FOR $1.25 . $1.25 HOUSE DRESS FOR !Sc Both styles made of checked gingham or percale. $1.50 BUNGALOW APRONS FOJl SI. 25 Made of gingham or percale in striped patterns. 19c Children's Dresses 19c Made of checked percales in one piece style- and in sizes 2 to G oniy. Regular values are 35c 0 SALE -10c 2 for 35c CHILDREN'S DRESSES C to 12 G5c values for .Iflti CHILDREN'S DRESSES $1.23 to $3.00 at ONK...

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

BROWNWOOI) BULLETIN OIL FIELD NEWS AND GOSSIP ON PAGE PRICE FWE CENTS BROWNWOOD. TEXAS. TUESDAY AUr.HST ft IQIR r.r vwtt ir 91 ARMY OF CROWN PRINCE BADLY DISORGANIZED BY HEAVY LOSSES ON MARNE ALLIES 10 JAKE 'ALLIED AIRMEN SIEPS TO CURB 1 GAIN SUCCESS SIBERIA Director General of British Navy HUNS IN JAPANESE GOVERNMENT TO BE IN CHARGE OF MILITARY OP- ERATIONS THERE. ' (By Associated Press) -TOKIO Aug. 6. Premier Count Tc- rauchl in a statement concerning al- lied action in Siberia today said the OVER THE NUNSi GERMAN HIGH COMMAND PLAINLY WORRIED BY GROWING ASCEN- DENCY OF ALLIED FLYERS (By Associated Press.) : BRITISH AIR FORCE I IEAjJq CAR- TERS IN PRANCE Aug. C.l-There Japanese government would take have: ueen many signs recently of ex further military measures in event the position of the Cze?ho-Slovaks de manded it He also indicated that if the chaotic condition in Siberia con- tinues the government might find it necessary to adopt suitable military measures to combat the Austro-...

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

BROWNWOOD TEXAS AUGUST 6 1918. t " ' I I : : ' ; : : 1 1 1 1 u 1 1 ill 1 1 ii r- n r-n n . iinnnnm in nirii ' i i nr n n n a a s iMptti h lh lm MrMKrKS' HMKKi S M i -. KM I.KIIsS Ms III.U U1IUUU II1UIIIU 07 Field Nevs and Gossip Leases and Transfers. r?:' ??aVC et ux to 1f0 titles f"laTkin lo R D- Williamson ono-sixth interest in 100 acres of blokes 14 and 15 Brown county school lands; 20 acres of subdivision 14 vuuuiy scnooi lands; 40 acres of subdivision 14 of same land- 40 acres of subdivision 17 of Brown bounty school land being the west uiic-nau or south one-half subdivision. $L O. R. Baile'y' to W. F. Schenck. 120 uures or K. 10 HAVE ENCAMPMENT attendance ok norr one nr 1HIEI) EXPECTED KOK TWO . DAYS OITIXG TUI.S WEEK. REACHED 210962 iGIUIOKE MAY NOT HAVE TO E. TKIt THE SECOND PKI.il A KY AUAINST Hl'UDLESTO.V. An encampment or the Boys' Agri cultural Club members of Brown county will bo hold here on Thursday and Friday August S aiid !t. .at the City Park according to announcem...

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

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN AUGUST 6 1918. what olive oil does fbrTrendr THE reason the French are so free from digestive troubles is they never use lard. Animal fats make the food heavy and soggy they soak into the food. Mazola the rich sweet oil from corn is used so much hotter than any animal fat it just crisps over the food. It keeps in all the natural flavor. It's better end better for you. No odors through the house when 'Mazola is used. Being an oil it doesn't have to be melted measurements exact no "waste. . In the best homes and restaurants everywhere they arc using Mazola on salads and for a vegetable dressing. As . good as the best .olive oil-and only costs half as much. 'Mazola saves animal fats. Pcrfccps This Delicate Mayonnaise May Be New To Yoa Yolks of two- czsrs. 1 rlnt of Mazola 1 tcasoooa ol'inubt-rd 1 teaspoon of salt A dash of c.tvenrte cr wliite pepper or l teaspoon of iapnl.i 2 tablespoons rncii cf "emon Juice an J vin- egar or 4 tablcbp ps oi vinegar Js teaspoonful su...

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