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

"Bar BROWN WOOD BULLETIN OIL FIELD NEWS AND g GOSSIP ON PAGE PRICE FIVE CENTS BROWNWOOD TEXAS SATURDAY AUGUST 10 1918. VOL. XVII. NO. 255 ETREATON D ONTASSUMINGASPECTO DISASTROUS ROUT Montdidier Now Behind French Lines as Result of Flanking Operations; Rapid Advance is Continued miin mir inuiunr mnr in niul A BOX FROM HOME HUNS FOR MUST RRING UP RESERVES PITCHER BATTLE OR GIVE ruun miLt mwmt mAUt in dia IN EARLY MORNING ATTACK HOURS Montdidier s Fall Follows Flanging Operations on Both Sides and Retreating Germans Are In Precarious Condition; 24000 Prisoners Taken. . :1. (By Associated Press;) . LONDON Auir. 10. The important; tuvn of .Alonhliihoi-. at the apex of the German salient noutb of the'jSumnie riwr. Ihis been cap-tured-by the allies. ' - ..-'An- official .statement says thut .24.(JdO- (Jermans have been tak- en in the Picardy fighting. On the British front splendid progress is beinj: made mu an "average twelve mile advance northward was ma le by the infaiitr.v. The cavalry...

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

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN AUGUST 10 1918. c - OIL FIELD NEWS OIL ON J0PL1NG FAIUT. cult to reconnect it. The drillers be- The Oil " 7T MIevc another week will be required flndinir L Company reports; by this work before drilling can be feet on fr? fWmS r 11 at 463 i resumed. The Vresent depth of the miIp5 " "! D" A' Jopling farm four hole is 303Sfcet according to D. R. 0f l.?.wn- Five fce of Bailey and the formations drilled are ... -u nu mi UIU LUU I--" II I "t ' i I II rl I I rWI cr " 4 h ' drillers are hopeful that pay produc- tion will be developed. This well is a mile north of any ether .shallow well and may be im- portant in opening a new shallow field section. Drilling is continuing sTeadilv in the Matlock well of the Pecan Bayou Oil Company the depth of the well last night being 2660 feet. Bartles & Dumenil have sot Irt-incH casing on top of the big lime at teet . in their- well on the John -Baugh ranch eicht miles north of J town. The drill is shut down to layJ of block ; of th...

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

CjrTV Eiltei by Mrs. Jas. C. Vll-J 1 I White - - Fhema 22 AT THE LAYEXDER LAXTEKX. I 'WOndon larVin t v. ""u 43 uaunung tne snug little cafe That place half restaurant and half novae since we have gone away? THe candled dimness smoke and talk. and Jables brown and bare- But no one thinks of tablecloths when love and laughter there. I wonder if it's crowded still three steps below the street Half hidden from the passing town where even poets eat: I wonder if the girls still laugh the girls whose art was nlav I wonder who the fellows are who trv to make them gay. Some said it was Bohemia this little naunt we knew. Where hearts were high and fortunes low and onions in the stew. I wonder if it's still the same the afterdinner ease Bohemia is In the heart and hearts are overseas. Oh great were all the problems that we settled there' with wine. And fates of many nations were dis- posed of after nine; But Prance has braved a fate that . brought us swarming to her shore I wonder who is sitt...

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

ERS1TY UNION IN BRANCH LONDON I LEMHI) .FACILITIES HATE ' BEEX 1'KOVIDED (By Associated 'Press) PARIS Aug. 10. So rapid has the growth of the American University Union had in Europe that it has foeen fourid necessary to expand estab- lishing -branches in London and Rome. Heretofore the Union only had. head- quarters at Paris.. The London branch lias been placed " ynarge of i'rof. J. WT Cnnliffe. associate director of the Columbia school of journalism. Its business offices arc at 1G Pall -Mall East where it occupied one entire floor Its hotel quarters are the St. James" Palace Hotel Bury Street whose cen- tral headquarters and admirable fa- cilities have already made it popu- lr. Oxford and Cambridge univer- sities have appointed committees of hospitality to entertain members of ' the union. Two week-end visits have already been paid to the famous in stitutions of learning and in return me union entertained the Englishmen at a luncheon attended by 1G7 Amer- icans "representing 50 uni...

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

BROWNWGOD BULLETIN AUGUST 10 1918 ' "7 I - ' " ' I - - ' i - ' i Albert ft Depeo vi 111.1 i i i i i ivL.r j. j. in v i. . MEMBEK OF THE FOREIGN LEGION OF FRANCE wr i A1N GUN TURRET FRENCH BATTLESHIP CASSARD WINNER OF THE 1913. by Re3y and Enaoo Co. Through Speciil CHAPTER !. In the American Navy. My. father was a scainun so nat- urally nil my life I heard a great deal aoout ships and tho sea. Even when I was a little hoy in Walstan Pa. I thought about them a whole lot and 1 wanted to be a sailor especially a sailor in the U. S. navy. You might say I was brought up on the water. When I was twelve years old I went to sea as cabin boy on the whaler Therifus out of Boston. She was an old square-rigged sailing ship built more for work than for speed. We 1 navy over since were out four months on my first j It . is a curious thing and I never cruise and got knocked around a lot : could understand it but garbles'. and especially in a storm on the Newfound- marines never mix. The marine are ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 12 August 1918

jjral BROWNWOOD BULLETIN OIL FIELD NEWS AND GOSSIP ON PAGE PRICE FIVE CENTS BROWNWOOD TEXAS MONDAY AUGUST 12 1918. VOL. XVII. NO. 256 ALLIES CAPTURE 75 KS GERMANS GUNS U-BOATS MAKE RAID ON SMALL FISHING VESSELS Germans Making Efforts to Stdjp Save Their Supply Centers Desperate Allies and Several Small Schooners Reported Sunk Off Georges BanlA on Massachusetts Loast; Many survivors Have Been Picked Up by Other Steamers The '111 (Ry Associated Press) BOSTON. Aug. 12. Fifteen surviv- ors of the Swedish steamer Syuland -arrived here today and reported that their .vessel had been sitnkjby a Ger- man submarine Saturday. Fifteen other members of the cr9v were pick- ed up by another vessel. CoMWXHder is Recognized. GLOUCESTER. Mass.. Arnr. 12- Fishermen claim to have identified REDMAN SOLDIERS HALS GERMAN GENE RELIEVED "OF JOBS; NEGLECTED DUTIES ' . t- liavvfi'-hiiiiL' wli'ifh Was started with the Qpviiian offensive on the Manic salient four weeks is (MTiitiniuni: with appJirai Ur un.Hmiii...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 12 August 1918

i'9 .1 I I I THE BROWKWOOB BULLETIN MfJES 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 mattor TELEPHONE Editorial Office So. 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 he 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. he would not be a candidate against; Clarence Gilmore in; a run-off race for the office of railroW commissioner which will ba a very satisfactory .ar- rangement" for a majority of the vot . BROWNWOOD TEXAS 12 1918.. DISSLLU'SIONED ers of the state. All dida...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 12 August 1918

BROWNWOOP TEXAS. AUGUST 12 1918. American Red Cross in England Supported by Wives of Wealthy Men - 1 f r 'J? ft (By Associated tP ress.) LONDON Aug. 12. The work of the American Red Cross in Great Britain cwpriss more than twenty depart- ments. Virtually all of the several thousand American women who were residents of Great Britain before the "war many of them of course wives of Esgllshmen are engaged in Red Crow work of some kind under de- partments of the American 'Red Cross a4 they have also the assistance of asy English women whose American connections or former residences on the other side of the Atlantic give them peculiar interest and affection for things American Mrs. Whitelaw Reid widow of a feraer distinguished American ambas- M4or to Great Britain was the pioneer ia the -work of the American Red Cross 1h this country. As soon as the United States came into the war Mrs. Reid ad Ambassador and Mrs. Walter Hiaes Page organized the London chapter of the American Red Cross. Mr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 12 August 1918

BROWNWOOD BUULFTFN AL'GUST 12. 1918. ?i a mi L . 5. Employment Service Bulletins f .Mi kit. 1 in I'Knu v u 1 ! i 1 1 1 H i II W E BE n B Jn? 4 t f nut f unO- WAMTED isiactiott .suaruru.t 1 I von " TVJ r : JQK RENT 171tfc .-num. (f tffl Wfe"ttXSU; -ri uois .jud Kip;. -tj v.A.viri- x. .nne::. F' . J a; "IvaT 1 . -. -n. r.u jt- f T''"' ici'H'N J .!tMl' frnv H-vii5 'riTt.- r ; j wsiietit o?aKi3r .re half wurii ii cX.-. ;rr;:r;. tbfUK 11-71... Mi' - . ' ln-T- Dear I. U. i - " "; !" . od1tn: C-Ci! . - ii "!". Frti- ii V''i.. 1 ' ' 1 " t ;j' . . " i'.n- fc'lh.' twrv.5 II StfCtfE" SAYS . I ! W . twoR .n'W rrt.2 owe: j .4 It - 1 i Er.:i o; T. : rOC::'CN !G IDM "Or" ANC E n CAPT-V.N'Ci 1 i T. !:";::.rir.H MTTLtlHfP. CASSAP.D - vvr-v- '.1 1 1 I Th In 'Jr.c V ' Lv.o'rv f RIy Furniture ... 1 -11. -.' :- - .K r'u'-f ' .1 . nil (r t ; : - ' -;.; .... T . ..-). Kfl ..n ; . .. ; -' 1 " 1 '1 - ' I. til 1 .. - 1 - hi ! ' n V C4ih ;-rr... W. t . t Co. Pfc'w. J-S.: VA'T"'.J -Vox 53 pay sir f s ri V; T;"...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 12 August 1918

p' i v 6 BROWNWOOD BULLETIN AUGUST 12 1918. 1. Read Carefully Items Listed Below! fm0 NEED A PAIR OP OXFORDS OR PILAIPS Y ?ND STYLE QUALITY AND PRICE RIGHT EVERY PARTICULAR. OU IN SHOE CLEARANCE Jf.oO Tan Calf Oxfords in New Englisli shape for $4.95 Wo Tan Oxfords for $4.35 $5.95 Black Oxfords for. ; S4.I5 .uu i5iack Viei Oxfords $3.00 .ou uiui -Metal Oxfords $3.50 White Oxfords $2.50 White Oxfords $5.00 Masterbuilt Oxford WOMEN'S PINE LOW FOOTWEAR Slippers Pumps Oxfords $7.00 White Kid Pump. $7.98 White Kid Oxford $6.00 Black Kid Oxford $5.75 Black Kid Oxford ONE-FOURTH OFF ON ALL OTHER FANCY STYLE SLIP- T'ElTCt ATI TITTM-TICJ - $5.00 Values for $4.00 Values for..... $3.50 Values for $3.00 Values for $2.50 Values for MISSES" CHILDREN'S AND INFANTS' Baby Doll Patents White Canvas and Black Kid Slippers one fourth off. ' $:00 for i-9 $2.1 $2. $2.75 $1.98 $1.65 $4.45 .$5.25 .$6.95 .$5.15 $5.15 $3.75 $3.00 $2.75 $2.25 $1.85 $2.25 0 for $1.55 S lor qr-t Or$1.50 " Jj??rf6r $1.35 Xljil.50...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 13 August 1918

4 ' BROWNWOOI) 6 HGES TODAY OIL FIELD NEWS AND GOSSIP ON PAGE 2 PRICE FIVE CENTS BROWNWOOD TEXAS TUESDAY AUGUST 3" 1918. VOL. XVII NO. 257 BULLETIN WED ADVANCE IN P1CARDY CDHTINUES S i i I I I I I I iifl I I MM I I I I Ib I III I I iH I I I B H H I III I I I 1 I 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I . GERMANS IN RUSSIA ARE ' " MCETIMf! IIIITU TMIIOIII SHOW SHT H H 1 B ft ! IIILLIII1U rillll MUUULL German Forces There Must Be Increased to Kceh People from Uprising Against Them; Occupation of Pelro- grad Said to Be New German Objective. (By Associated tPress.) LONDON Aug. .13. Germany in the darkest hour of defeat in the west she lias yet known is! menaced in the east as well not only by the advance 'of the allied expeditions "but by her own occu- pation of Russia says the Daily Telegraph in commenting on the situation in Russia- r In every part of Russia where German troops are stationed the German commanders have a.l 1 they can do to hold down the people by force of arms. This t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 13 August 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN AUGUST 13 !91K OIL FIELD NEWS AND GOSSIP ET-ntOi SAM) IX "WKJ.L EAR "JIEHCTRY A sand that appears to be worth taking care of has been drilled in the urford & Brimm well on the Cawyor -tract near Mercury it is learned to- day. The sand was entered at 121C feet and 30 feet has been drilled. Sev- en feet of this sand looked especially Sood ibnt the sand is now hardening and appears to .he running into a rock -stratum. The drillers in this well have ex- perienced lovts of trouble with a flow of water that has finally been cut off with casing. The water stood on the oil sand for ten- days 'before bein cased out . Mr. Burford stated this morning that the drill will go on thru the sand searching for big pay in a deeper sand but. if nothinsr bettor is found the 1210-foot sand will be shot. 3t is the expectation of the drillenr that big pay will-be found in this well' Oil Leases sahd Transfers. - II. Xiles Graham et al to Guy Bow- man the southeast quarter' of lot -1 o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 13 August 1918

t .. '"R ": : RROWNWOOD. TEXAS. AUGUST 13 1918. ! . I 1 I J t i . aiiiiiaii i ii-r-m it oAur unuc Tn ucn n I AN III IN lHmt rivmu iu nun j Afternoon Deliveries Cars will leave the store at 5 o'clock all orders received after that hour will be delivered on the morning run. On Satur- day an extra delivery will be made at 7 p. m. We appreciate and take this occasion to thank those who have spoken complitoentaryol our new delivery schedule and are gjatefDHothse who have benso willing to co-operate wrai us. Looney Mercantile Company "Brownwood's Economy Store" UNCLE JOE 10 SET NEW CANDIDATE FOR 'HYENTY - SEC OND TEK.U IN COMJKESS AL. HEADY NOMINATED. RECORD ans at Norfolk. Va. in 1010. Captain lamith explained the meaning of. the various colors in the flag as follows: "The idea of my flag 1 took from the Trinity. The three bars wore' for (By Associated Press) thurch state and dicks all bound to- - WILSON N.C. Aug. 13. -Mrs. Re- gCther by a field of blue fthe "heavens fcecca Winborne 87 y...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 13 August 1918

4 . - - - - ' . ' 11 If t BROWNWOOD TEXAS AUGUST 13 1918. 9 TIE ItOWIWWe 1IILLETIW MATM PRINTING CO. PRQPS. - lltpr Associated Press PsBlIsasd tvery afternoon except ouna&y Office of Publication Bulletin Build- iMg corner Brown and Lee Streets Eatered at the Postoffice at Brown- wood Texas as second class matter TELEPHONE' siiomi Office No. 22 Asy erroseons reflection upon the character standing or reputation of any person firm or corporation which y appear in the columns of The Daily Bulletin will he gladly corrected pe its being brought to the attention of ise publishers. The Associated Press Is exclusively titled ta the use for republication of all news dispatches credited to it or not otherwise credited In this paper and alsa the local news published herein. VINDICATED? Mr. Ferguson shouts with glee as he hurls invective and abuse at his political enemies following the trial of the brewers in federal court at Aus- tin a few days ago in yhich it devel- oped that Texas brewers...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 13 August 1918

7 'f rr 't. v 'f ) BROWNWOOD BULLETIN AUGUST 13 1918. "r CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS ! U. S. Employment Service Bulletins MICKIE THE PRISTS ItfS DEYLL MICK1E SAYS wan; iiii-SecondtRHid off ; rnone 759. : wAtNTclD Any Kind iM . iacuon guaranteed. Phone :e desk. 257c tag; sat- 113. 171tfc ;. WANTED Light Jenson P. o. Bm Texas. fck trailer. M. B. J 8 Brownwood 25Sp WANTED A general Louse W. F. Son. . wanted - Boarder Good meals and Phone R-307. Wanted Nicely house. Phone JC4 or Kin Avenue. roman to o hone 142. Mrs. 255tf rpomers. Main. 253tf 'modern at 1101 Cog- 23Stf rofns. 10V8 lurnisefl Live luiiiffcas 5st injifiifitanl wanted . .half inter Phone R-715 WANTEBTo Ddy ture. . New Second Ll Tl a J r m Ci. uruguway rune ao. WANTED Two unfu "with sleeping por and close in man to take e enterprise. 253tf nd furnl- re 110 159tfc rooms be nice rnisiied cJKT Mtlst EHbne 33901 FOR RENT WlTCrtER HOTEL Good beds con- renient location rjasonabla-rates. Block-from HarTeyrfotfSbreefom postoffice. Cor...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 13 August 1918

i -t- -sna - . : : ...... BROWNWOOD BULLETIN AUGUST 13 1918'. . ft i . l i "" (' IttfftJ 1 fi .1 w t. vcnw arc a rcw 0I lw ntny ltcms in I p 1 J p I n 11 fir . a ' I'n.ni cr ua any riu wearing Apparel ami h Id Tilt Shwld Kit Fail to Attract Your Attention WOMEN'S SILK WAISTS SILK WAIST SALE. New Georgette or Crepe . .de. Chine Waists at: $5.95 values for only $4.9 $4.98 values on sale ' $3.65 $4.45 values for only $4.25 : $3.98 values for only . . . $3.45 SILK DRESSES ONE-THIRD OFF $35.00 Dress would be .$26.5 ' ' $25.00 Dress for onlv $1C.5 $15.00 Dress for only $10.00 WASH SKIRTS Gabardine or Pique Skirts $5.50 values $3.35 $5.00 values $2.9 $oO values $2.75 $4.00 valuqs $2.50 $3.50 values $2.00 $3.(j0 values $1.75 $5.45 SILK SKIRTS $4.98 Wonderful plaids stripes and plain black-Silk Skirts $4.98 Be quick they'll sell fast. SILK SKIRTS $9.98 TO $14.85 ONE- THIRD OFF REGULAR .' White satin Silk Skfrteand few fcwiCjHKf etas. worth $9.98 to $15.00 tfttl seJKfor JUST ONE- THIRD OFF. H...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 14 August 1918

BROWN WOOD BULLETIN 6 PACES TODAY p.. OIL FIELD NEWS AND GOSSIP ON PAGE T PRICE FIVE CENTS' MA Submarine - - . (By Associated Press!) NEW Y01?Iv Aug. 14. A German submarine; appronrhinjr lu the very gate of "New York iiarboiysank ihcjoil taifkwr edoriek. R Kellogg off A.mlirose Channel M night. riiiriyiv auunbcis at the crew were :brouirht here today -nail ibis reporled that suveu others are missing. These survivors -weco pielednp by an Amer ican steamship. j ' Fired on AN ATLANTIC PORT Aug. ed off the tip of Cape Cod early ler Walrus which was missed by a report of Captain Clayton lUornsey IWnnso .-if a honw foir Cantabi JIorriK'y v;js to it! and warn other craft in that neighborhood of the iurkiijg danger. FARMERS 10 DECIDE OH PRICE OF DATA SHOWING POSTS AVI I.I. BE PRESENTED G. WHICH TO BASE SELLING PRICE. t (By Associated Press.) AUSTIN Aug. 14. For the first time in "history farmers attending the Texas Farmers' Institute at Waco. August .21-22 will have presented to . thenf ade...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 14 August 1918

i- n BROWNWOOD BULLETIN AUGUST 14 1918. OIL FIELD NEWS TEXAS LEADS ' l NUMBER OF WELLS TRODUCTIOX OF BHOWXWOOD FIELD GIVKX AS 1100 KAKKELS BY DALLAS HEWS. Dallas News: Production in North ' Central Texa? ;uj an increase over - n month ago acoordingto compilation byoil men. Qne hundred and ninety- "it waia uiu uuw umiiK llliiuu. ill luv counties of Eastland Stephens; Young Erath Jack and Palo Pinto. One-half of this number are in East- land county and thirty per cent are In Stephens county. The area of territory that is being tested in this part of the state at this I iSJLELJST iL" has ever before been the scene of ex ploration at one time with such in - . : rr. t1 iwsnu uiiiihi lusts art: uimhk inauei ling. Tests are bng madei 100 miles from the dis;ov- Ranger but they arc due more than cry well at to that discovery Oil men fully ox- mm a Misery Mrs. F. M. Jones of Palmer Okla. writes: "From the time I .en- tered into womanhood ... I looked with dread from one mor.lh to the next. I ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 14 August 1918

BROWNWOOD. TEXAS. AUGUST 14 1918. Your Last Opportunity! To purchase Spring and Summer Dresses at One-Half Price. Thursday Friday and Saturday will mark the close of this sale. If you want an ex- traordinary value in the best styles and materials in Ladies Spring and Summer Dresses; visit this store to- morrow. This sale is for cash only. Materials Georgette Foulards Taffeta and Combinations $50.00 Dress $40.00 Dresses' Wash Dresses- Ulnk C; IfCtMl UAll ld" J. W. Jennin SOCIETY -PERSHING AT THE T03IB LAFAYETTE OF r .. l . : t They knew they Aycre fighting our war. As the months grqw Ho years Their men and their women watched thredgh their blood and their tears For a sign that we know w who could not have come to be free -"Without France long ago. And at last from the threatening sea : The stars of our strength on the ey?5 of their weariness rose And we stood among them the sor. row-strong hero we clios.e To carry our flag to the tomb of that -Frenchman whose name A man of country co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 14 August 1918

r BROWNWOOD TEXAS AUGUST 14 1918: TIE MQWHWtWD BULLETIN MATES PRINTING CO. PROPS. Member -gsocjatefl re8a TiBined every afternoon except BnnMy Office of Publication Bulletin Build- iBf corner Brown and Lee Streets Entered at the Postofflce at Brown- wood Texas as second class matter TELEPHONE Editorial Office No. 22 STATE SCH06l APPORTIONMENT. Any erroneous refieciion upon the character standing or reputation of any person firm or corporation which ay appear in the columns of The Dally Bulletin will be gladly corrected apoH its being brought to the attention of the publishers. The Associate Frass is exclusively atitled to the use for republication or all news dispatches credited to it ori aot otherwise credited in this paper and also the local news published aereim. Contrary to the general expectation the per capita school apportionment for the coming- year will be $7.50. the same as last vfiarr rtnvprnnr unMiv This is the second of a scries of ar ! - . . tides on American taxation ...

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