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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 14 August 1918

i - i- . BROWN WOOD BULLETIN AUGUST 14 1918. 5 i ( I t 54 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS WANTED wanted Any Kind tefactloB guaranteed Jhone sat- 171tfc r. M. P.. ownwood 258P WANTED Light tr icnson P. o. Dox Texas. WANTED I3oan Good meals and r -Phone R-307 WAMEDcahfvc businessman to take half interest in . proftjbleV.tef prise. Phone R-713. 233tf irors.ahd roomers. aflmsv 10JOS Main. X 253tf WAiNThD To DuyHMconjJand furni- 'ture. New Second HxfadSlore 110 E. Broadway Phone4)75. 159tfc WANTED Two unfur "with sleeping porch and close in. F WANTED Furniture and goods. Highest prices Bailey Furniture Stor sished 1. t .1 rt i rooms e nice 249lfc b FOR RENT THREE nice unfurnished rooms lor HvdranLr vwith NJPwo luocks WafSorihaso: light housekeeping. sink access to bath. from Weakley - 512.50. Call at 20.T Oreeiileaf. FOR -RENT-THREE ROOM WITH SLEEPING GARAGE ALL VENIENCES. C J-2G4. FOR SALE FOK SALE Five room frame cottage modern warc.Jconvcnicnces well located near D. 13. J College.1 A bargai...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 14 August 1918

-6 BROWNWOOD -BULLETIN AUGUST 14 1918. H Silks Specially Priced! The manufacture of Silks is rapidly being curtailed the looms being used for tbe manufacture of war ma- terials and other purposes. This is not only creating a? shortage in silks it is causing prices to advance at a rapid rate. Dress Silks are from 1 5c to 35c higher per yard than when our purchases were made. Our Silk department is replete with plaids checks- and solids in all the latest shades- and weaves. Quality standard and prices right. FANCY SILKS Gingham taffetas and wide $2.00 or $2.50 values' finflards. .5fi inches ..J 51.35 PUSSY WILLOW Solid colors' 40 inches wilde in this &ji0 Satin Dress goods at .r... $2.25 WIDE SATINS 36 inchvs for fall dij-rrnlch-ts. $2.2r val- lies for only AX- . . . tT! I $2.00 SILK TAFFETA Navy hjljose or grey $2.00 Brainard' and Armstrongs brandfT . . S-. ? 3L.69 CREPE DE CI1IX40 inehcs .witfcNuul in y the now fall shades on sale ?1.4S SfifelEir' pink lii n gfrndovorth $1.30 sp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 15 August 1918

1 """1 BROWNWOOD BULLETIN OIL FIELD NEWS AND 0 GOSSIP ON PAGE PRICE FIVE CENT BROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY AUGUST 15 1918. VOL. XVII. NO. 259 MORE STEAMERS OFF ATLANTIC Survivors of Steamers Recently Sunk Reaching Port To- day; One Steamer Still Afloat After Being Tor- f pedoed; Heavy Firing Heard Today. (By Associated Press) WASHINGTON Aug.. 15. The American schooner Dorothy Barrett was sunk by shell fire from a German submarine yesterday near Cape May New Jersey. Seaplanes and a sub- marine chaser which went to the scene immediately dropped tlepth ' bombs on the spot where the subma- rine was believed to have submerged. The American tank steamer Fred- erick R. Kellogg which was tor pedoed Tuesday evening by a German submarine is still afloat off Barne- .. gat N. J. the navy department was advised today and there is a chance that she may be brought to .port. Seven men of the steamer's crew arc still missing. SarTlrers Reach PorL Boston Aug." 15. Four survivors of the fishing schooner P...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 15 August 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN AUGUST ! 5 1918. OIL FIELD NEWS AND GOSSIP SfJtTLY MOUSE LOCATES HERE; .WILL HANDLE ALL SORTS OF FIELD SUPPLIES The Marion Machine Foundry andj supply co.f with headquarters in Ma- rion Jadiana is putting in a supply warehouse in Brownwood for the handling of all kinds of oil and gas ld supplies. The supply station is located at 313 East Baker near the Red Cross Headquarters and it is expected that it will open for busi- ness Friday or Saturday. At present workmen arc huildjng fixtures for the car load of material shipped from the Oklahoma plants. This company handles lioth oil well and clay work- ing machinery as well as all kinds of '"brass and iron castings boiler specialties and mill supplies. The plants of the firm are in No- wata Okla. Tulsa Okla. and Marion Ind. Branch houses outside of these cities are situated in Wirt and Dam- right Oklahoma and in Brownwood. A permanent manager has not yet been secured for the Brownwood house as the temporary manager is ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 15 August 1918

BROWNWOOD TEXAS AUGUST 15 1918. 1 itiJi Hatriotism and Fraternity The following address was deliv- ien!dJrn?r?Vi'0I0d at a recent neet" lng of the District Odd Fellows and Rebekahs Convention hy L. B. Rus- sell editor nf nL Tm r jniard and wf m ' Because of the wide knowledge of Mr. Russell of matters pertaining to fraternal Organizations the address contains much that is of interest to members of all fraternal orders in this city. Brother Odd Fellows and Sister Re- bekahs? As a member of the order nearly 47 years I greet you. "When I was admitted into this great fra- ternity it had five degrees beside the initiatory. I shall never forget the sentence that was given to me as the key to all the degrees. Since then the entire system has been changed two ttn JZo IZ - Ut rd my key ! sentence was spoiled accordingly. Before speaking directly in point of my subject I ask your permission to stroll around its outskirts so to speak In a little historical research. AVe are accustomed to speak...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 15 August 1918

:'--rra- - 4 ' . - ; j j V BROWNWOOD TEXAS AUGUST 15 1918. ' : . ; iil KU Wfl WOOD BULLETIN MAYES PRINTING COM PROPS. iaeniDer Associated Press Publkked RUSSIA MAY YET 1VLV IX THE WAB. every afternoon Sunday except Office of Publication Bulletin Build- JgQJerBrown and Lee Streets Entered at the Postoffice at Brown- ZSl' as EeC0Dd class matter TELEPHONE Editorial Office No. 22 Any erroneous reflection upon the character standing or reputation of any person firm or corporation which y appear In the columns of The ijauy Bulletin will be gladly corrected upon its beipg brought to the attention of tfee publishers. The Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to the. use for republication of all news dispatches credited to it or ot otherwise credited in this paper ani also the local news published herein. PROFITEERING IX FOODSTUFFS. The war profiteer is one of the most despicable Individuals in existence. He has been abused in caricature de- nounced from the pulpit roasted in the press an...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 15 August 1918

-1 . .- Jl nr-. .. ' Tl'"'-- BROWNWOOD BULLETIN AUGUST 15 1918. WANT 380 MEN Fl HARVEST FIELD IRK CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS M1CKIE SAYS ammi r t MICKIE THE TRIMER'S DEVIL j - --- - m m m ------- - A 3 I 'WANTED 24 BROWS COUNTV MEN WANTED -IMMEDIATELY Twenty-four men are wanted imme- diately for government work at New- port News and Lee-Hall Vsl Volun- teers should ma'rfc application tomor- row at the office of the United States Employment Service in the Arcade Block. Brown street. This is government work offering a good opportunity for unskilled work- ers to secure steady employment. A government officer will be here to- morrow to accompany the twenty- four Brown county workers and to provide food and transportation. Find out about this proporition at nee It Is open only for tomorrow. WANTED Any Kind of welding; sat- isfaction guaranteed. Phone 113. . mtfe WANTED -Boarders and roomers. Good meals and rooms. 100S Main. Phone R-307. 2rt3tf WANTED Live business man to take half interes...

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

BRQWNWOQP BULLETIN AUGUST 15 1918. New Arrivals In Ladies Neckwear Just received a large and complete assortment of Ladies Crepe De Chine and Georgette Collars and Collars and Cuffs. Also a few beautiful designs in Organdy. These collars present the very newest styles j in Ladies neck- wear. Just the thing you need to brighten up that Summer dress that you are beginning to tire of. Priced at from 35c to $1.98 T7 THE STORE FOR ALL VrTHE PEOPLE TraVis that he Is highly pleased with array life and like3 it better each day. Mrs. Thomson "is in San Antonio ana will remain there as long as he is in training at Camp Travis. Owen Emlson writes Ills father .1. Emison that he has reached an At- lantic port preparatory to sailing for France with a contingent of UnitedH States soldiers. Charles another son is stationed at Camp Leer Va. Of Interest to Women I M m. 5fr. and Mrs. Frank. Emlson have received word that their son Walter and Addison Evans son of I. X jJSvans were among twelve men who ...

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

DRQWNWOOiD BULLETIN 6 PAGES TODAY PRICE FIVE CENTS BROWNWOOD TEXAS FRIDAY AUGUST 16 1918 VOL. XVII. NO. 260 I ! t T i l THRILLING SCENE AS RAIDERS START ON NIGHT'S WORK AYIATORS MUST BE PROPERLY CLAD TO PRE YE XT SUFFER- ING FROM COLD. (By Associated Press) A BRITISH AERODROME SOME- WHERE IN FRANCE Aug. 16. An neur -before dusk weather reports from all parts of France as "well as from London and the English coast begin pouring into the office of the "Night Bombing Squadron." When Machines "are going on a long- flight to bomb German towns it is very desir- able to know what weather may be ex- pected. By means of a little balloon whose speed and direction as it soars up- ward is registered by a special in- strument the direction and force of the wind at different levels is discov ered. This information tells the air man what course he must steer arid what allowances he must made for de- flection and wind drift. The pilots and observers are called Imto the mapping office and the orders...

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

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN AUGUST 16. 1918. j I- fi ' If ( Oil FIELD NEWS AND GOSSIP " 16EE- STARTING BIG DRILLING Piunupi UHmrHun twelve wells are ;roiincing sixty bar- rels daily. Jiageo's dopp tests arc all on struc- ii t lures located uy uoiworin m liasor II tt..C. i- s.l.: i his country in the army. . I ! Mr. Mafeo is "greatly pleased wijh Uhc prospbrts for ' deep oil hero and .LOCATES REPRESENTATIVE HEREf is woiriiliK the field with mseh int- l.JTO LOOK AFTER INTERESTii est. ;In tfce mean time; the sbaHow IX THIS SECTION. i wells are showing np dc?roaG in pro duction although isome of them lmye L. ti w uwor representing P. E. Magcv and associates of Tulsa AVill he located in Brownwood for an indefi- nite time looking after deep lests now been on the pump since last January. PROTHST ME-XrrAN DECiiEE. "Washington dispatches state tbbjt going down and attending to other : the ThiitcH States :and Gr eat. Britain business matters incident to. tlio do-have joinod in dip imotiii .representa-...

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

BROWNWOOD TEXAS AUGUST 16 1918. Iq each war hut is a cluh room for soldiers. Here they find good cheer welcome friend- ship instrumental music and singing mag- azines newspapers and Stationery. Can you stay at home and enjoy these pleasures and not be willing to give part of your money to a cause that will help to brighten the life of your soldier brother? Have your check ready for the S. A. worker when she calls Tfcio Space Ceitribited by BURT NORWOOD TEACHERS 10 DEMAND MORE PAY AFTER WAR JfEW YORK EDUCATOR HAS Pl.LN BY WHICH IT IS EXPECTED RAISES CAX BE MET As a means for meeting tlic de- mand for teachers and for insuring a. sufficient number of them in cities ud towns of the United States "both now and after the war Thomas BL Jialliet dean of the School of Peda- gogy of New York University makes three financial proposalsfirst an 'increase in the taxation of vacant lot3 and unimproved property; second the "setting aside of a part of inherit- ance and income taxes; third the . con...

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

BROWNWOOD TEXAS. AUGUST 16 1918. TEMOWHWOOD BULLETIN KATES PRINTING CO. lROFS. 'Mmbr Associated Press THE Jtin'-OFF PRIMARY. Published every afternoon except Sunday Office of Publication Bulletin Build img corner Brown and Lee Streets Eatered 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 whicl 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 exclusiveh entitled to the use for republication ol all news dispatches credited to it or Hot otherwise credited in this papei and also the local news published herein. IAS0LI'E AM) THE WAR. Modern warfare would be impogst ble without gasoline. Airplanes sub marines tanks tractors and scores of other agencies extensively used in the war are propelled by gasoline driven motors. Discussing the ...

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

- ' c .. - - - V w BROWNWOOD BULLETIN AUGUST 16 1918. -1 BJ r 8 PAGES TODAY PRICE FIVE CENTS I II II II I IHftl III 1 1 m. o UOII IUII UI tr 4- - 4- 1.450000 BEEN IS WANTED Any KinS . U.fu ; hl lsfaction guaranteed. Phone 113. F 171tfc WA.Mtu Uoaniers and roomers. t Good meals and rooms Phone R-307. 1008 Main. 2L3tf WANTED Li.vc business man to taket half' Interest In profitable erteiprisc. Phone R-71o. 2.".3tf WANTED To ouy second hand furni- ture. New Second Hand Store 110 WANTED Furniture and household goods. Highest prices paid in cash. uauey i?urnuure store t-nono j-tu. dl31tfc WANTED All kinds of second hand; household goods. Will pay highest cash price w. u. nowaen urnuure Co. Phone J-937. WANTED First class shoy nran PROGRi i - take charge of twenty thousand dollar siock or mens anu mazes snoes. .muh know how to buy and fit shoos U"ff5-- handJe the best trade wood salary-v riant party. ir lnierestea wnic r.. ai. Perry Navasota Texas. 2fi4cnroMgr:ty ris. cylinder auto-in'.Al ...

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

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN AUGUST 16 1918. t r t i Ladies Sweaters! YOU WILL FIND OUR SHOWING OP THE NEW AUTUMN SWEATERS QUITE COMPLETE AND CONSISTS OP THE MOST POPULAR SHADES AND MATERIALS. . ALL WOOL Sweaters sleeveless and 'without collars In copan and niais priced at 1 .$6.50 V Fibre Silk Sweaters sleeveless with largjj square collars in $8.95 rose. Priced at . . . . .. ........... . All AVool Sweaters sleeveless in rose with ttrav silk fibre. ' . ' j C3 - collars. Price at ; . . $1250 . All AVool Sweaters with sleeves with large square combed yarn collars. Copen and blue. Priced at ... . :. $8.50 All AVool Sweaters with sleeves hi purple with large square" white collars of combed yarn. Priced "at .1 .... $10.00 All Wool Sweaters "with sleeves der .and gold." Priced at '. Purple and gold and lavan- 1MI if. ...;..:..-.U.16.50 'Swaters wiM'sleafwrose aife:i?rochqt bir'' $16.50 lace ?ollars Priced . her parents Mr. ens. and Mrs. W. G. Stev- Miss Marie Davis is visiting in Cross Plains. Mrs...

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

V 8 PAGES TODAY BROWNWOOD BULLETIN OIL FIELD NEWS AND O GOSSIP ON PAGE PRICE FIVE CENTS BROWNWOOD TEXAS SATURDAY AUGUST 17 1918 VOL. XVII. NO. 261 POSITION OF GERMANS ON ROYE-LASSIGNY- ... A 1450000 AMERICAN SOLDIERS HAVE . BEEN EMBARKED FOR FOREIGN SERVICE NOYON NOW ALMOST UNTENABL FRENCH AND BRITISH ADVANCE ARM V DDfinDAM IC T(l PUT P.H i uuuirom iu iu iui uu ni ncQT Mf hrpr np ... iiii ULULUI llll.IIIUL.ll Ul D S ONS N H BT JUL! upper senator gallisger MEXICAN DIL DECREE MODIFIED FRONT HOUSE DEAD A SIS IS AVERTED Chief of Staff March Says Germans Have Voluntarily Surrendered Positions at Four Points on Line Indi- cating that Further Withdrawal is Expected. (By Associated Press.) WASHINGTON. Aug. 17 -More than one mrUioji -four. hun- ; Area -ana f if tv thousand . American soldiers have lieen einburkoc! from the United States said General March today lit his war re- view before the Senate military committee. This number includes thc men who nave ueen sum .. France; lie said. Speak...

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

I t ' 9 RRQWNWOOD BULLETIN AUGUST 17 1918. I': !KRWISPUIIIBI6: :1BDS OF PRAi.RF OIL FIELD Wm Alii liiSfl 0IP1! FOB TRADE FOR EMPLOYMEIf IKIOS.S WIXL IHULLlMi.- bhallu- proijuj ticn. I' The deep test of the Kohert I. Irion .': lH'JT .am? Jir v U. Tanr. i i ' .r - - . - - PCDIMPF DHOT ! i Financing Company fn San sa: a ' " ::iio: .ffty; . !u 'l-n o- U;p x;K : M: . ; f!!OrS . GlH I it! nilllTfl ty has been spudded raid U-nw !riP 1 :i!U- 'How wid Taon.as. lu iMi.is i I i : l' H'd M; fY i uvnwu. cxi uuuui jj tec-" i-i io.i: n ; ti i-'J"uit .vosify. j ro '-i v day. This lest is located tit nort' - ! IV l4teVjftftcr ope4:-. :.; m :;' vveet corner (f Suncy .sr.. n t:i K. P Thiyr a:; '.pi'-r ''"ifd n.vuu iarm ae-nit .p.e mih vuutli t: J" . nPJfr oi 4 u$jm Kin-un if the river fa San Saha .Limy. -A. .-ipft ' ' i shortage of water is tm.i'alic4 Cie . V. ;:t-ti drillers four water woil i-aia- 'm $;jeOeS arid TwnskrS . ' drilled with but pour vitl.vo. At - ' . .k- uoconles nvaila'de douMe '.-Jims...

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

BROWNWOOD TEXAS AUGUST 17 1918. The Brownwood Natioiia ! Bank Has Three Dollar s an Ten Cent s Behind How Men Who Do the : Fighting Feel About Soft Feeling for- Hun EVERY DOLLAR OF ITS CAPS AL To Protect it! J Can You Beat This Your Business Solicited We Strive to Piease. . ;(-.lW5.MT:M.-fiiferH' I!rrr.') 'Thoe rin u tune. ee?t : c$ui il v. :fi Asaiiit the sii'Uv K :Ufm-ilaHsin j h Ir . k W. know; "v'tf ttMeh-s'k ; to -.ve 'if-rmin'v teMir '". fin- Wq. roaflij mie ;f ) J):ni.ilinitht by tTiiiniiH t!ttf ti.e iIit -.tell- fhnu i!i;; Milt i.-. : (.;?n: . j4n:.-'.-jitfU.f me liiflvi it tn.t'i :' . -.-.h in v.Mif (jir 1f i; i-t. j fcajbHM''. a'fiij.hi it rtvj u u.Miltr -p.; (- olli.-r ii.. ;-.. f iM v .if- .?norjlNncnls ih :i iisp.it.li 1. v I. tor thy Lave shpq fln V- : XrAi.York . Kiwi -. l;-;m -Hi" kufl. ii- J 1 lltnr eouir;iles fciitr.they ;h;i . .a in WsuieiS TUif -rr - ;.iH;ii-ii "lr'p!n Ihm fk'ht? "4 "' ' :h". -. l;v. . Ifif IvrtlMMd-. til" iv;Ii r . ?. v. - nr. ; mi ! " . 1 ' i 1...

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

BRQWNWGOD TEXAS. AUGUST 1 7 I9I8 kI I "I'Brj Jhi. .'. '. . . . .1... - - - V-.. .If i .1 . il" ..... T Teaiber Associated. P'ro. "V'lfffau Kht? nrtif Pitfi jiojr I v ;i't i-.iv t."i. f.ii l-ill." ;-. J : lr' tahir lip. i(- M' '"' at. 1 S will k:io U. '-rtlK w;i;'i( -MWii.utt- ev ry af.. cxt 'I :i"if 1 il drive jti to the i)Vk-e - I T - . -vr f- n.-Sui.-j-a tc Hi : uac of SPublicat'-.n. :.: .v-n ;;: :tr.' -f .. ie'. -.1: f itlU 'Wsftf in . - . " '..;..tT' til-.-"-3 "i1 Entered at the I'c-vf.o fll J !-; ' wood. Texas. as sc nnd tlass : u r ':" 'H'"-- ( Editorial Orflcp N'o 2 '- 1 I Any erroiieDMn ri". n. .. . . i uuuicicr .standing (r T any person firm or rf)r wv-.Hf... rr 1 Daffy nullotta vi!j u iv.JtZil tA' f ; - '-.- : it. J -Pon Its.bcInKWr :t to aitc'ti1 ' Tr' fr' "i: Jp -5V' ' Ht o? the UuLlrsh. rs. - v- - - . y&M'viU : . - The AsForatd i'-cs.- i-im?:Vrtvj V'T;W.-":-'Pi r ' entitled to tho use r rr-i-iu 5t:ta'C t'L- - ' all -news d!fqtc-d. r-. I f-. " l?Jp;-I;:-';r i1 " . :!...

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

- '4 iPf 51 ! - I . J r- BROWNWdOD; TEXAS. AUGUST 17 1918. SOCIETY .Edited by .Mrs. J as. C. White - - Phone' 22 t t TilFTlsK. What are yen dome sister of mine? What is thy vu rk for tins country o! Uine' Knitting and sewing ' : . Freely bestowing. " ' " Larcess. an J laughter. . .. Though grief conic after. See that ihotiVht u im all of t& heart. ' . - ' ' - . Thf.nkfi'l end iLid to.le doing . f Is -tart. - - - Sister of mine. What arc yon dohie. botHer of irrfoe' Since then arc s;;fm .1 from the firfct line? . . ' -ToIIine ami savins . Poverty braving (lallantly living. Feaselessly pivinc ; .. Though never a bullet he aimed -at - - thine hcait. Still art thou net in?: a soldierly pat;Y Brother of 'mine! . " - .Aomin:; with hsrsmatf wir. Hem.'r. mi Friday vornhig ;.r the birhui ! :;- r dormitorv.AGny.ts inrjr ami oet- or?.'cre planned )or iimu&ti?vJ ami ; e gnests f found is-ieii Jtai-: riment tin .'for hidden eanme. 1 1.''' ( 'Pin nea and cakes' were served The. :tsinH 'ti...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 17 August 1918

jr t BROWNWOOD BULLETIN AUGUST 17 1918; RADIO SCHOOL OF COAST ARTILLERY LIST OF LANDS AND LOTS DELINQUENT ON MARCH 31st 1918 : - - v j DELINQUENT TAX ROLLS FOR THE CITY OF BROWNWOOD TEXAS FOR THE 1AR 1917. DIRECTION OF ARTILLERY BY RADIO iS TAUGHT IN SPECIAL DEPARTMENT. FIRE A 17. (By Associated Press.) FORT MONROE Va.. Aug bcores of German machine -gun nests hidden in this wood stopped the ad- vance of our troops but the Ameri- can artillery opened so hot and accu- rate a fire on them that the majority of them were silenced; the infantry then rushed the oihers." io often the wordine of. nique from the front in France. How to do that little trick Is being laugnt m the radio school of the Coast Artillery here. Graduates of this school are trained to show the men firing the heavy or light Amer- ican guns placed several hundred yards behind the fighting line how to shell and destroy enemy batteries bridges railroad centers storehouses massed bodies of troops and all the other resources...

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