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

TIE mWNWOOD BDLLETltl If a . w NTINQ CO. PROPS. Associated Press every afternoon Sunday except Office of Publication Bulletin Bulld- JcoraerBrown and Lee Streets fetters at UBWUKB SI DIUWU- " Texas as second class matter TELEPHONE Witorlal Office No 22 Aay erroneous reflection upon the racter standing or reputation or y person firm or corporation "which y appear in the columns of The DUy Bulletin will be gladly corrected oa its being brought to the attention f the publishers. The Associated Press is exclusively titled to the use for republication of all news dispatches credited to it or 9t otherwise credited in this paper an4 also the local news published herein. however is that thi ProaWpnt hnj vlr tualfy agreed to stand Tjack of a work- able plan that meets his ideas of voca- tional education as well as military instructions." The present war has taught the United States a great many things. One of them was the value of pre- paredness and another the -value of highly specialized i...

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

BROWNWOOD. TEXAS.' AUGUST 6 1918. F 5 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS WANTED WANTED Any Kind ol welding; Bat - lafantnn . . uon suaranteea. Phone 113. 113. 171tfc wamju Mcely( furnished modern house. Phone 3G4 or call at 1101 Cog- gin Avenue. 238tf WANTED To ouy second hand furn ture. New Second Hand Store 110 E. Broadway Phone 975. 159tfc WANTED Two unfurnished rooms with sleeping porch. Must he 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 TPiimitnrtB -h.aA foods. Highest prices paid In cash. Rallev T7iitnlf na CMn-n ti. t om ia ruuuB o-. dlSltfc WANTED Customers for fresh sweet milk. Two to three gallons per day. Will deliver. Phone No. 1. C. N. Davis. 252c Y wn v-X -v .1 - 4 Who understands zrnsoline cnsinAst and pumping oil .wells. Phone R-lM;MsellnR' Iart-V lrcliasing larger cur ; 251q WANTEDAlT 'kinds of second hand koWehqld "goods. Will pay highest cash price. W. C. Bowden Furniture C...

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

BROWNWOOD" BULLETIN AUGUST 5 '1918'. li. i ; : August Clean-Up Sale of Women's Apparel i-2 1-2 Price Our New Ready-to-Wear 3K? y?52 AR IS ALL NEW-ALL PUR- mmSaSI;N?W? T00K OVER THE BRIX STORE. Not a gar- l .Ut that the Style is correct in ever' detail. Ee.y .and l ihl SJ ?Tet.quallty of each 8arment is beyond question "Sr? i?r CeS JUST XE HALR We d0 not believe carrying S ii I .f sarment and we intend to .make-a clean SWEEP NOW SPOT CASH Dresses etc. NO FREE ALTERATIONS SALE Silk Jersey Suits $17-50 to $35 00 Loug Silk Taffeta Coats ""$1985 White Organdie Dresses $S.75 to .$2oo0 Colored Voile Dresses 12..10 to $15 00 Silk Jersey Sport Coats . '. .10.50 x - All TW"CAII f Just Half X These Prices 1-3 OFF Silk Dr ; i n esses. 1-3 OFF "We have about one dozen or more verv pretty silk dresses of this imw18 haa0Tth ?15 to 37'"0 sular that will sell for ONE- lHIKD OFF REGULAR. $33.90 DRESS WOULD RE $iC.6r fc5.0 DRESS FOR OXLY $I.r $15.00 DRESS FOR ONLY. .... .$10.00 . Wash Skirts I mm V Ga...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 7 August 1918

jfigwgl BROWN WOOD BULLETIN OIL FIELD NEWS AND O GOSSIP ON PAGE ""I PRICE FIVE CENTS BROWN WOOD TEXAS WEDNESDAY AUGUST 7 1918. VOL. XVII. NO. 252 HUN ATTACK ON WIS llirmniii nn 1 1 m innu H FRONT NAY BE ACCOMPANIED BY NAVAL WARFARE AIYItnluAn LiLIAL S AKml i OF FIVE MILLION MEN Three Hundred and Five Thousand Men Transported Overseas During Month of July; Men from 18 to 45 Will Be Subject to Service Under New Draft. i DARING U-BOAT SHELLS LIGHTSHIP HALF MILE FROM AMERICAN COAST (By Associated Press.) WASHINGTON Aug. 7 Coming to within half a mile of the shore a German submarine shelled and sank the Diamond Shoals lightship off Cape Hatteras .today. The crew were landed. i Ell DEAD I !! HEAVY LOSS (By Associated Press) LONDON Aug. 7. Three hundred and five thousand American troops crossed to Prance "during the month of July according to an announce- ment by premier Lloyd George today. I y mm WASHINGTON Aug. 7. General March today stated today that the shipment of men overseas would b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 7 August 1918

BROWN WOOD TEXAS AUGUST 7 1918. 07 Field Netfs and Gossip OilL eases and Transfers lln' Cobeni el x to Chas. TL Mil- i ' 0 acres vSes survev No. 171; 1 etc.. H. C. UllVnr w.-wi vi 4. iu v out ii. .Mli- corner or the John Early survey all of &0 acres in said northwest corner;! ?1. ; .. John V Goodwin et al to Sinclair Gulf Oil Co. assignment. 2.13 1-3'acres of section IS of the H & T C. Rv Co.; $1. Addison M.."Gibson et al to Sinclair Gulf Oil Co.. 320 acres of the E. L. Betts survey. also 2f acres of the northeast corner of survey of 320 a? von of Betts survey assignment; $1. T. M. Angftl et urc to It. .0. Angel ler suhfliviei v. ' r- 'Angqi et urc to K. o. Angel W - w Si f??S l'2 and 4 orthJ; transfer of one-eighth of all oil and IflSi ;"AraC.t;..fJo:k 2 mta!n.in-flie wttt half of an SO acre 4 9li7n . . K ' tract of -the l. B. B & C. Hy. Co. sur matilda Kneln. r Jo Chas li.j jvey Xolfi; 3B00. i r r ' . -w. ; . - a . Minor o . J i.-au nnget cr. ux 10 t a. vauiant "iSrinn...

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

CTlp Edited by Mrs. Jas. C. JJlJC-i II- White - - Phone 22 THE SERVICE FLAG. Dear little flag in the window there. Hung with a tear and a woman's -prayer; Child of Old Glory Ijorn with a star Oh what a wonderful flag you are! Blue is your star In its field of white u'i.-u in int; reu mat was -born of fight; Born of the blood that our forefath- ers shed To. raise your mother the flag o'cr- " head. And now you've come in this frenzied ":day. Tospeak from a window to speak "and say: "Iani the voice of the a soldier son Gone to be gone till the victory's won. good pinch salt. Bake in moderate bvcn.Mrs. J. W. Carson. 'I am the flag of the service sir: The flag of his mother I. speak fori Final to House Pnrtj. .-her I As a final to one of the most en- "Who stands by my window and waits. UQyable and merriest house parties of :and fears. ? rthe summer on Saturday aitefnoon But hides from the others her unwept .and Sunday Jessie Baugh entertained .A . - 1 A 1 1 .Swim Saturday Sight. Miss The...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 7 August 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN AUGUST 7 1918. TKWtOWHW60DBULLETWl NTIXG CO.. PROPS. ASSciated Press ft-VW1lV - awed every afternoon except ounaay Office of Publication. Bulletin Build- J3J rown and Lee Streets Entered lex&. as second class matter Editorial Office No. 22 Any erroneous reflection upon the -.v.ir Bianuing or reputation of y person firm or corporation which txTii r1 111 xne columns of The Iy Bulletin will be gladly corrected o Its being brought to the attention fF T b n n.iklt.l The Associated Press Is exclusively wuuea to tne use for republication or all news dl8Da.tr.hos crorlltoil tn t y. t otherwise credited in this paper aa aise the local news published WORK TO XI KE BUSINESS. Depressed by the crcp failure and the departure from the county by a large number of citizens who are compelled to go to the big crop area of South and East Texas to secure work a number of Brownwood citi- zes and business men have uncon sciously allowed themselves to lose much of the vigor and enthu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 7 August 1918

i I" BROWNWOOD. TEXAS. AUGUST 7 1918. -W'T- ADVERTISEMENTS U. S. Employment Service Bulletins CLASSIFIED K 4 WANTED WANTBD-Any Kind or welding; sat- . wactlon guaranteed. Phone 113. 171tfC WANTED A piano box: See Ernest Crandwell at Austin Mill & Grain Co. WANTED Furnished rooms for light hoUB keeping. Phone Rural Sill. WANTED Nicely furnished modern house. Phone 364 or cali at 1101 Cog- In Avenue $! tf WANTED To Duy second hand furni- ture. New Second Hand Store 110 E. Broadway. Phone 975. 159tfc FORSALE FOR SALE Key typewriter on easy terms. Phone J-45. tfdh FOR SALE Chevrolet touring car at a bargain. Phone 825. 2S2 MISCELLANEOUS ALL makes of sold and rented. typewriters bought Jones & Dublin. 2o2tf FOR SALE Ford ' roadster. See Henry Ward at Boon's Garage. 253c STENOGRAPHER Notary public. i lobby Southern Hotel. Prices reason able. 27Sc FOR SALE 1917 model Ford road- ster $350; Ford touring car $375. Ed G. Hall. . 253c FOR SALE-New F. & E check writer and protector. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 7 August 1918

1 I r r ' BROWNWOOD BULLETIN AUGUST 7 Wig. ' ' 'k K BROWNWOOD BULLETIN AUGUST 7 1918."'" n lorrnnnnogrjoannnonnooaounnacnoonnnnononnDnoDDan DO CITY CHAIRMAN FOR WAR TINE ECONOMY SALVATION ARMY FUND V '. an - J- it 4 SALE SILKS i;i;xu Gingham taffetas .-..v. v..uuiua -ou uu'ues wiuc. &z or ou values .. $1.35 PUSSY WILLOW Solid colors 40 in- cues "vi tie m tins $2.50 Satin Dress goods at $2.25 WIDE SATINS 36 inches" " for fall dresses or skirts $2.25 value .$2.00 SILK TAFFETA Navv black ros or grev $2.00 Brainard & Armstrong's brand $1.69 CREPE DE CHENE-40 inches wide and in all the new fall shades on sale $1.49 GEORGETTE CREPE White or pink- in a grade worth $1.50. sneeial this do sale ci q gg GEORGETTE CREPE 10 inches wide gg in all colors $2.00 grades for ..$1.73 on SILK POPLINS 3(i inches wide and yy i.. n .... ua in uie new lan snades. si.2o value ai only $1.00 WASH FABRICS. flower stripes on light or dark.gn.unds' 5 also 32.inch figured or striped I' lax- gg ons. also ri...

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

m B10WNW0 OD BULLETIN OIL FIELD NEWS AND O GOSSIP ON PAGE PRICE FIVE CENTS BROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY AUGUST 8 1918. VOL. XVII. NO. 255 FOCH LAUNCHES SURPRISE OFFENSIVE AGIST GERMANS IN P1CARDY SECTOR LLOYD GEORGE SIS OF SAYS CR WR IS PASSED GERMAN MILITARY MACHINE AT ZENITH -OF POWER FAILED TO DEFEAT 'THE ALLIES. AMERICAN INFANTRY CROSS VESLE RIVER IN PURSUIT 'OF HUNS OR AVE OF LIEUT. QUENTIN ROOSEVELT IS DISCOVERED; KL'RIED BY GERMANS.! HBy Associated Press) WITH THE AMERICAN ARMY ON THE "VESLE RIVER Aug. 8r--Additional . American infantry crossed tliQ Vesle river east and west or Fisnics late today and are breaking dp the counter attacks of the Gorman .infan- try in support of the Americans -who FEDERAL FUNDS FOR VOCATIONAL TRAINING ALLOTEO TO STATES TEXAS (JETS $01301 OF $2:i07l(i() FUND APPROPRIATED RV GOVERN! ENT lily Associated Press) WASHINGTON. A'uk. .Apportion- ment to each slate of the Federal fund of $2.:!h7-H5) for vocational edu cation in lalX-IO has been 'announced l)v ...

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

! BROWNWOOD TEXAS. AUGUST 8 1918. TV 07 Field Nerts and Gossip MILLS COUNTY WELL The well or the fWisk- nil rnm. iuy on me- oung Bros ranch ini . -Uliis county is drilling at 22V feet making rapid progress. The log of the well so far follows: 0 to 5 feet soil. 5 to 12 feet sand. 12 to 14 feet limestone: .14 to 18 feet blue shale. IS to 80 feet sand; . ' SO to 82 feet blue shale. S2 to 175 feel sand. Ibmnll flow of -water .at 1U0 about half enough for drilling.) 176 to ISO feet e1:ic shale. ISO to 225 feat. V-.d. - feet. FOOD ADMINISTRATORS DISTRICT TO MEET 11 HOUSTON SPECIAL MEASURES FOR KELIEF OF DROCTH ARKAS TO JH DISCUSSED. T MAY VOTE ROAD BONDS SECOND 1J0XD ELECTION TO HE CALLED HV PETITION NOW helm; lit e pared. Oil L eases' and Transfers Porter A. Whaloy will leave tonight for Houston to attend a mooting of the district food administrators of Texas which has been called by State Administrator Peden. The meeting will too of great importance since it is expected that in addition...

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

1 4 AUBTRALIAN 1ST IH MARKETS OF 0. 5. BETTER SYSTEM! OF SELLKG 111HEAT DVSCUSSED BY THE AUSTBALIAX GROWERS. (By Associated Press) SYDNEY Australia. Aug. S. The complex problem -of Australian wheat and the war-time purchase of it by the. United States has been discussed in recent speeches -by Dr. Duvel Crop - Technologist in charge of Grain Stan- dardization Investigations of the Unit- ed States Department of Agriculture who has completed a tour of the wheat-growing states of Australia in the interest .of Australian-American war relations. He was sent there by thB Washington authorities. In ad- dressing the executive officers of the Royal Agricultural Society of New South Wales at - a complimentary luncheon which this organization ten- dered him at the Australian Hotel here Air. Duvel said: "Just what will be the situation in the United States without recourse to further purchase of wheat from Australia when 'the new crop comes in I am not in- a position to say but I. believe the St...

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

WE WOWNWOO.D BULLETIN PRINTING CO. PROPS. iauer Associated Press BROWNWOOD BULLETIN AUGUST 8 1918. very afteraoon Sunday- except Ofttc of Publication Bulletin Bulld- JXwnxnd Lee Streets Bartered at the Potnffir.a .f """go. Texas as second class matter wj . . TELEPHONE WItorlal Office n0. 22 ckaractec standing or reputation of person nrm or corporation which i "the columns of The owly Bslletia will be gladly corrected f? " being brought to the attention w tae puDiishers. The Associated trnlw titled to the use for republication of ii Mwg tttpatchee credited to it or t otherwise credited in this pajer "B the local news published men. BACK TO SCHOOL THIS YEAR. It is of vital importance that the boys asd young men of the country be returned to the schools and colleges ext Month to continue their training iMtead of giving up their school work to so Into the army or fill positions vacated "by older men who have Joined the colors. "Last year Secretary of War Kewton D. Baker issued this warm...

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

-J" ' : BROWNWOOD. TEXAS AUGUST 8 1918.' r ' .. i 7 ' T : 4i CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS FOR SALE FOR SALE New typewriter on easy terms. Phono J-45. tfdh IFOR SALE Auto trailer WANTED IV A Vnnn - Uf. My Kmd 01 welding; sat- wractlon guaranteed. Phone 113. 171tfc p.V 1)iano box- See Emestl tent canvas. Phone J-426. - aumiu 5c uram uo.j 253p JYANTED Furnished rooms for light house keeping. Phone Rural 5111. 252tf III. JHICKIE THE I'KIXTKH'S DEVIL J 1 f. - lt Iruck and '- 254c FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE Ford" roadster. See Henry "Ward at Boon's Garage. 2f3c FOR SALE 1917 model Ford road- ster $350; Ford touring carr ?37n. Ed G. Hall. ' 253c WiVTcn t. .i . - xjuaruers and roomers uood meals and rooms. 10DS Main.FH SALli Brand new Ford. Also Phone R-307. 253tf i nearly new Model 90 Overland. Y B. WANTED Nicely furnished modern! nouse. Phone 364 or call at 1101 Cog- pln Avenue. wntr Whitehead. Phone 25. FOR SALE My. home 1 COS Avenue C. Go out look through it yoi; will lll'e it; $27.10. W. ...

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

BIOWWOOB BULLETIN 6 FACES THAY OIL FIELD NEWS AND g GOSSIP ON PAGE PRICE FIVE CENTS BROWNWOOD TEXAS FRIDAY AUGUST 91918. VOL. XVII. NO. 254 I N NEW OFFENSIVE PRISON BY INCH AND B i If - i V Hnonw HErafUi noi ram FRENCH CAPTURE 3 PRISON- iRS AND SUSTAIN RUT SLIGHT LOSSES IN ADYANCE. (By Associated Press) PARIS Aug. 9. The battle along the entire Anglo-French attacking frost continues fiercely according to the latest reports to the Havas agency. The French troops on the front six alles orthwest of Montdidier have advanced to a depth of four miles cap taring 3000 "prisoners and a large quantity of important material. The aivaace was carried out with ex- tremely light losses. The situation ou the battle front south of the -Sorame is unchanged ac- cording to an announcement by the war office today. During the night there was considerable activity on the part pf the German artillery forces in the Champagmfe sector. The Germans undertook several raids in the region of Frosnes the mountain ...

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

BROWNWOOD TEXAS AUGUST 9 1918. Oil Field Nerts and Gossip liOCAL -REFIXEHV (JETS TASK nil!7 ncres- SO acres of the Anthony Bates sur- Vojr 146 3640. . .j ' J. Hlackwall to Arina Zipp Oil Co. three tracts. Assignment block 1 ol Uhe Hall Bros subdivision. 9 acres. ihk-k .- oi i ne same suiiuivisiou. Real Estate Transfers. Block 0 of the same land 9 acres. $1 etc. t urownwoqd Refining Com- an-ys tank car Xo. 1 imn i-ict iman : received here frem the builders it is i - - of standard construction type three J iI- ---orjfan V to Pete Barnes with yoke attachment and " Bradford: a nart of survey No: I df A.-.Z. & M . draft .gear. It was desisned and built Certificate 510. 30-acres. $1. lv the Chicago Steel Car Company 1 J DAVlndham tor S. R. Windham and was tested by that com pan v as to ' 050 ?cros o: 13(1 K annor original Bayou at the. Xens of Has Also .160 acres. on Bayou sur- pressure capacity hnd limit weic-ht The valve jiressur is twenty-five Pecn" poundc nor snnnro innli mi dm nm...

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

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN AUGUST 9 1918. BETTER THAN EVER We are better than ever prepared to furn- ish your home from cellar to dome with ex- actly what you need. PINE AND BEAUTIFUL BEDROOM SUITES Yes the niecst. you ever saw ami 1 he pri- ces are more reasonable ihan they will over he -again. -r r ' - PARLOR GOODS Yes come and see wide ..rane and beaut L ful. McDOUGALL KITCHEN CABINETS Yes and they are theWorld's Best Cabinet. Let us show yui the different styles ami quote prices- TALKING MACHINES AND RECORDS Yes "the Victor and the Pathe. They arc thy best; machines on the market. The tone is the pumsf and clearest and the variety of rec- ords by all adds the most complete and -most to -the lilrinjjs of all. "f - . WHITE MOUNTAIN REFRIGERATORS Yes we have only three left and they arc the Stone lined. They are the best ever brought to Browjiiwood and we-will sell the.m to close out at jess than wholesale cost li" yon want the beslj"b;irrain y.n will ever be able t'?et in a rod Iu-frierat...

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

J TIKPROWKWOOD BULLETIN i PRINTING CO. PROPS. riCmuer Associated Press BROWNWOOD BULLETIN AUGUST 9 1918. Published every afternoon except ounaay Offke of Publication Bulletin Build- wJorowKaad Lee Streets i me rostoifice at Brown- wooa Texas as second iclass matter vuu TELEPHONE ' No 22 Aay erroaeous reflection upon the character standing or reputation of .r person firm or corporation "which M&y aDDSftr In iha nnluxind rru Uftlly Bulletin will be gladly corrected pua ug oemg brought to the attention ut uw pupiisaers. The Associated Press Is .exclusively titled to the use for republication of all news dispatches credited to it or ami otaerwise credited in this paper d also the local news published hereim. I have a small boy and the other day I made him a "boat" out in the back yard with a A copy of the' London Sunday sail that he can raise and lower and Times has reached this office. It is a at me top of.tho mast I tacked a "flag" unique specimen of British journa- to flutter in ...

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

1 BROWNWOQD. TEXAS AUGUST 9 1918. c 5' CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS WANTED FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE h;iB;r J "na 01 Elding; sat-FOR SALE New typewriter on easy auction suaranteei Phone 113. terms. Phono J-45. -tfdh latrc . ' "'TT'vT Five room frame cottage modern wanted - :"L4 Zfcr1" r- rsr. ": Good meals and rooms. 1008 Main.'- wJJj College A bargain for $10.00 one- ione R-307. 9r3tfFOtt SALE Brand new Ford. Also na" casl1 TvmrM CT" " nearly new Model 90 Overland .Mceiy furnished modern Whitehead. Phone 25. house. Phone 464 or call at 1101 Cog- Rln Avenue. 238tf Wj B. WANTED Live business man to take half interest in profitable enterprise. Phone R-175. 253tf WANTED To Duy second hand furni- ture. New Swjond Hand Store 110 E. Broadway Phone 975. 159tfc WANTED Medium size iron safe. Write don't phone full description and price. Ira W. Hall. 254 WANTED Two unfurnished rooms vith sleeping porch afust be nice and close in. Phone J-390. 249tfc WANTED Furniture and household goods. Highest...

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

6. 1 1 1 I--WTOTTM m i BROWNWOOD BULLETIN AUGUST 9 1918. v m Tomorrow Will Be a Big Day At Our August Clean-Up Sale ! We advise that you shop as early as possible tomorrow for no doubt our store will be crowded throughout the day and choosing will be easier if you styp during the early hours. The prices that we are making on seasonable merchandise is saving the people of this city and community quite a good lot of money and the thrifty shoppers are taking advantage of this offering and buying all the present need and even for next year. Note the prices which are only a few that we are quoting here. Make out your list and do your buying here tomorrow. ' WASH FABRICS Colored Voiles in plaids cheeks and flower stripes on light or dark-grounds also 32-inch figured or striped Flaxons also Plaid Voiles and some materials suitable for skirts. All placed on sale in lots as follows: Soeand $1-00 values 59 G5c to 7oc values 49 39c to 45c values ; 24 25c to 35c values 150 ALL WHITE SKIRTINGS G...

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