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

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN AUGUST 22 1918. D. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS LOST i.uisi Bunch of keys on ring. Finder Please return to Bulletin office. 2C4tf U1L. TANK WANTED Will purchase! 100 to 150 barrel oil tank if in good condition.-Address 5S Bulletin. 267p LOST Joid tie pin. with bird stamped oh it. Was lost with washable tie. Kindly return to Bulletin office 2G;Tip WILL THE PARTY who borrowed our house plan book please return same at once. .Rockwell Bros. & Co. 2"Gtfc LOST Tool box and tools from Re- public truck between Brownwood and Mercury. Return to City Auto Co. at Elite Cigar Store and get reward. 27c LOST Pocketbook about $10 or ?15 in money; one ?10 bill some smaller change; some papers with name W. A. Pitlraan written. Finder please re- turn to Bulletin for reward. 2G5p! LOST Left at Camp-Bell drug store - gold handled umbrella with mono- gram "M. E. S." Return to 50S Main avenue or phone R-203 and get re- ward. 2CGc LOST Downtown in street or in store a small change purse...

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

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN AUGUST 22 1918. MEN'S $28 SWTS ;i8J5 These $25.00 Suits at $18.75 will be easily worth $35.00 retail next summer. You will save on price and quality by buying now for an all wool Suit next spring may be a rarity. These Suits are neat patterns in stripes or mixtures coat vest and pants and can be worn into the late fall as colors are dark and weights fairly heavy. IT WOULD PAY US to cany these Suits over but we prefer to sell ach season's' stocks in the season bought. $6.50 SILK SHIRTS ON-SALE S4.98 PALM BEACH SUITS ON SALE " MEN'S OXFORDS ON SALE STRAW HATS AT HALF PRICE BOYS' SUMMER SUITS LOW PRICED MEN'S OXFORDS UNDER VALUE BUY WAR SAVINGS STAMPS LITTLE ITEMS OF LOCAL INTEREST ' -V card lias been received from Hub- ert E. Grantham announcing his safe arrival overseas. j J. E. Taylor lias received a -letter from his brother Arthur Taylor' who has been In Rochester X. Y stating Uhat he has been transferred to Car- ruthers Field Fort Worth. THE STORE FOR ALL EM !r ...

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

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN ft PAY THE 6 PAGES TODAY PRESIDENT PRICE FIVE CENTS BROWNWOOD TEXAS FRIDAY AUGUST 23 1918. VOL. XVII. NO. 266 ALLIED PRE - - r - - r Red Guard Commander Cap s Turned Over to Allies tared bp P easanis 9 A ttemptm ' r ' FRENCH PUSHING ALONG FRONT- to Flee 0 m m m 0F ioioij 1 ALLIES MEET REVER 1 SES WHEN eon in Three Hundred Czecho-Slova Prisoners Publicly Hang- ed in Reprisal for Alleged Atrocities They . ; Committed in the City of Simbirsk. ; SOCHI' DEMOCRATS' EXPRESS WISH M i RfGHTEOUS PEACE KKsm Vtions i-.vjm.y aiwp i:i iw:n.u:r .f. unkt a x(53--i ATIOXS M 1'L1IXITI.P.- i By Associated Press) ' AMSTERDAM. Auk. 23.t:enoraI Petaheff commander in chief of the Red Guards army in tire Murmansk region is a prisoner in the lmnds of tlio allies. He was captured by peas- ants while attempting to flee south-1 ward and' turned over to the British says a Potrograd dispnt -h. . After capturing SimbiiKk n the Volga the Russian fled Ouard.i P3ib- liclv hanged' 3uo Cze .no-Slova...

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

) 2 BROWNWOOD TEXAS AUGUST 23 1918. A : jn ?j' 1 The following casualties are report-; el by tho cmniandins general of tin- AmerU-an expeditionary foreev. Kill.-) in action. 27; missing in n-tion. wounded severely. 3tf; died of wounds.' 18; dieii from aeident and oilier (anses I; died of disease tl; w tiind- ed aegree nndi'tennined. lu. Totai. 132 Serjeants- Olive I. V is-c ('larenionf. . it. 'tt. S. PtlHiSw i. j. arHinior.ni Manor. X. Y. Landers .ati.k. Mass. CoriKi-al-- M. J. Leonard 'Sta-t en Island X T flavin II. Mclver; .Mata;ui. Mas. Pete Sennit PittM-nrn. Pa. Myron L. Whitromn. li nn ion. Me Mechanic urtis K. MrQutllc lY . ' Pa. nates Amos Denerro. Sl.e i:. P.-. Hymn n Ilillson. Rubuiy. .Wi's. Sidney M. Johnson. Os-o HI. Fred Kapanke Shavvailo. Wis Frecerii k P. Kins Ritlan.l. V. Charles-J. Klein. Lewito. n. Pt. Joseph Krone. La k.twanna. X. Y. Killed Hi "Walter Madeitford. Mvdit. Pa. Cr. T. Maxwell. Xevt on Center ?Ia Joseph Milkewiez Jersey City. X. Albert C. Smith. lauhur ...

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

1 I: l BROWNWOOD BULLETIN AUGUST 23 1918. t r- THE FRENCH ABE II CLEVER PEOPLE HAVE QIEKII CrSTOMS SAYS ' X0LLIS03 JU'T A HE A VERY. . INDUSTRIOUS K.VCE.' ' The following letter from James E. Molllson to his parents Mr. :iW Mrs. J. R. .Mollison of Brownwood will be of interest to Brownwood friends. The letter was written on July 2." ana in part follows: .My Dear Paints and Sisters I re ceived your letters? and certainly wasi they surely are going some. A braUeJ man don't do anything hut sit' in a .seat made for him and put' on the. brake. Some of the cars have air on the big railroads. There is an Amer- ican special over here. It makn.s al- most twenty-five miles per hour. 1 think they call it the fastest in Fn nre The coaches are almost as large the Santa Fc's and not near so hear J. and have an apartment for eight per- sons then an aisle ainLJhen and eighth apartment. You can notgo from one end of the 'train to the otWr as thc'rjc are no doors at the end V the Vrar. One buys his t...

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

BROWNWOOD TEXAS AUGUST 3 1918. THE BR0WNW0OD BULLETIN MAYES PRINTING CO. PROPS. Memoer Associated Press Published every afternoon Sunday- except of any great Importance are involv- ed it Is important that this duty he discharged. In this district there is only' one contest of more than ordinary inter- est hut this contest is .very import- ant and demands the attention of all Democratic voters. In the first' pri- mary there was no majority in-the contest for representative from this district to the State Legislature' and it has been necessary for J. T. Ham ilton and J. C. Allcorn to enter the Any erroneous reflection upon the'run-ofT primary. The bulletin f 'lias Office of Publication Bulletin Build Jug corner Brown and Lee Streets Entered at the Postoffice at Brown- odJTexas. as second class matter TELEPHONE Editorial Office 22 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 be...

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

WTW Publicity Department Price Interpreting Committee for Brown wood CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS Federal Food Administration for Texas BROWNWOOD BULLETIN AUGUST 23 1918. 4 LOST LOST v-Bunch of keys on ring. Finder Please return to Bulletin office -264tf LOST Ukelele. between Southern hotel and Harvey House. Return to Bulletin and receive reward; 2CCp "WILL THE PARTY who borrowed our house plan book please return same at once. Rockwell Bros. & Co. - LOST Tool box and tools from Re- public truck between-Brown wood and Mercury. Return to City Auto Co tit Elite Cigar Store and get reward. 2fi7c WANTED "WANTED By modern house. Sept 1 a five Phone J-52S. room 2lG.' J WANTED Any Kind ot welding; sat tefaction guaranteed. Phone 113 1 "WANTED Live business man to take j for rent by September 1. The rooms .half Interest in profitable enterprise are newly papered throughout. A fam-PhoneR-715. ' 233tf ;iiy witliout children preferred. Ivvouhi UlL 'lAMv WAN 1 h.D vv HI purennse 100 to 1"0 barr...

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

-i BROWNWOOD BULLETIN AUGUST 23 1918. 1 I i Prices at M ir .today K3W FALL GOODS are coming in every day add we tfEED THE ROOM that all Summer Goods occupy. These lowest .oftho season -prices will interest 'Xi who care to save. Shop moic lomcrrow. .4 m Km: Will DRESSES $2.23 mm 4 r ii ill y ft T7 S i i. in Voile );vsts fr liomo v s1n lot i'l S(?I4 OBIA' L. ..... v ...... i W ASli TvlKTA !orr?i-.tX. To. 7.4;. :;-int i!'F"urJr r:. wKHt. straw -s ' t r TtAYKLs-'- low. -footwear Men's Women's or Children 5" Cicfer.V- Sl:npers or Pu "ijis in all $ Ie or Ols SfME OK? r guilt h . OF? fIB'IDEESS ' GOODS re Wta !.! SinVifi(r";n't -jJriui; inu;e:j?e p:e ..i'.J; i.i-!.4B af:i;niaiiy uistamts m in- tutmv jbLm -yih .iv. . n tmmji. miii von- ksi rOIAIIHVtJIKKS lit .MSI mesm nau a lis Tr.lWKi.S "-lUs; 42e:"Teh w. . ifU .just" ir iirjiu :. .$2.25 . ..JUST.'HftLE.- . . ........ .j2.25 ........... SSc o;i s:1c 11c. $3.C0. I'Y)I ;iv mrM-!i ;is Utr ojicc .39c .29 c PATRIOTIC RALLY AT FIRST BAPTIST CHUR...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 24 August 1918

T W 3TTT T TTHHTIVr AMirni 6 PAGES TODAY T1T1 ATA T rkT f M T a-t m m wm X . VV J VJl 1- PRICE FIVFfrCENTS ir BROWNWOOD TEXAS SATURDAY AUGUST 24 1918. VOL. XVII. NO- 267 Ml I UIIHv i II II 1 1 I I 31 I 3 jn iL i uuun 55 H i 55 2' h- & c-'-a s vi h is em ir n rrn i it ff Mil I inu mn h Ml l MEM ft n n n k - r w inr im n m n n m i; an UHLL.IUI1 nssu n isnL mL.ii im k IIBII 1 I IV I IPH H ' I) 3 I fl !. 5 j l' I. ' ti X t-IVlkHKS M! MIH lil-KSj- S Lifiyn ilu sun uilhuli J UlVr TROOP TBANSPOBTS ' : Germany Taking Men s ana Placid Th em in Army General March Denies thai Hcavq Casualty LhfsAre.Sc-: ing Withheld; Declares thai Ainu team Are Ddic in the Goods Whcrcccr.Ppt to the TeL r wasf nV.N0 Amu. jV. " v .i-. u f G Z c G H Q S LO V A K S ha ii air fitir.i r n i : rvi-is rr-ri : flU HUM" 88 Si- 5 KM 1W ? i : .ueffluia pr.riDfr. PiflP rK-y-r 1 FAITH il STSm enf ii IE1FL1I MILES OF IS DRIVE C -;' T 'SSf BrUkh Cablare Fouiteen Thousand Prisoners in Fwhlin? siy -.vi.irn.jjpt i:;t liit- ....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 24 August 1918

BROWNWOOD TEXAS AUGUST 24 1918. i Beautiful 32L Dinner Set ! Piece Every housewife likes to have pretly dishes and par- ticularly so does she want a nice dinner et one that expresses-her good judgment in selecting andcarries with it an air of refinement. ; t We areshowing a beautiful 1 00 -piece Blue Band EnglilriifihinaDinner Set that islsure'to meet with the approval of the most fastidious housekeeper. We hye them in our front window and ask that you 1 iSM &tWm. 4 -v Priced per set of lOOt'" $60(00 '"Other aete at cheaper prices will also be found here. stin-Hall Hardware Co. county and reports the bringing in of a shallow oil well by the Tucker Oil & Gas Co. This well is near Lohn in section 1 1 05 and " is midway between the deep tests of the Prairie Oil & Gas Company and the Liberty Oil fc Hefin- ing"Oompany. This well allowed twenty-one feet of sand at from 20." to 23G feet producing about twenty barrels of high grade oil. The Tucker Oil & Gas Company and the L...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 24 August 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN AUGUST 24 1918: i . .!' i -----4 The- Coggin National Bank r Capital $100000.00 DIRECTORS C. L. McCartney Ben F. Stone J. W. Gilliam E. B. Gilliam Geo. Kidd Your Business Appreciated r - - l" '" ' i F f SOCIETY Edited fej Hit. Jas. C. TTklte - - Fkeae 22 BREAKFAST TABLE CHAT GEHENNA. IX Said Adam to Eve: "I can hardly believe That our children could start Such a fight Over nisht As this war thing has-turned to be Mercy me." Said Eve to Adam:" "Those thoughts I have had 'era I've made up my mind . That the Huns are your kind. The Allies show my family strain Very clear But the Germans take after your folks Adam dear." "No they don't!" "Yes they do. I can prove it Is true." "No you can't or you shan't .The Huns take after you." So they fought it all out ' Till their coffee grew cold. And now there's another Home gone we are told. Neither one would give up And the neighbors of course Had to hreak up the thing. They'll both sue for divorce. Each one charges slander. B...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 24 August 1918

BROWNWOOD TEXAS AUGUST 24 1918. TOE 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 as second class matter TELEPHONE Editorial Office No. Any -erroneous reflection upon the character standing or reputation ol any person firm or corporation -which may appear in the columns of The Dail Bulletin will be gladly correclec upon its being brought to the attention of the publishers. W-Hn . Lr-If - - - - - Tlie Associated Tress Is exclusivcl entitled to the use for republication of all news dispatches credited to it or not otherwise credited in this paper and i also the local news published herein. A PAID II Kir IHHWirniKXT. he proposal that a paid fire de partment be employed by the. Citj of Rrownwood to succeed or to work with and direct 1 he work of the vol- unteer department is of great inter- est to the entir...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 24 August 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN AUGUST 24 1918. s - CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS iOST LOST Bunch of keys on ring. Finder! FOR RKXT Rock building suitable Please return to Bulletin office. 'for garage or machine shop. Phone I 204 tf WILL THE PARTY who borrowed our house plan an book please return Bame at once. Rockwell Bros. & Co. 2."Ctfc LOST Tool box and tools from Re public truck between Brownwood and Mercury. Return to City Auto Co. at Elite Cigar Store and get reward. 207c WANTED WANTED Any Kind of welding; sat- isfaction guaranteed. Phone 113. . 171tfc WANTED Live business' man to take half Interest . In profitable enterprise. Phone R-715. 253tf WANTED To do your paperhanging' and painting. Phone R-9S0. Will Crundwell. eod290i OIL TACK WANTED Will purchase 'bath sleeping porch auto house etc. 100 to 150 barrel oil tank if in good; for rent by September 1. The rooms condition. Address rS. Hulletin. 2C7pare newly papered through int. A fam ;Uy without children preferred I woulu WANTED To ouy...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 24 August 1918

:-6 BROWNWOOD BULLETIN AUGUST 24 1918'. spending the week-eno . with her sis ter Mrs. Jessie Boysen. still in the detention camp where they will have to remain for three weeks. They will then be released for several Fall Boots Women Will Be Proud to Wear! Mrs. Stewart Hopper lias returned from .Fort Worth. hours during which time they can see The Separate Skirt Mrs. Lon Boatright will leaVe to San Francisco. He stated that all along the way the Red Cross canteen morrow for a visit in Austin. Mr. and Mis'. R. D. Shumate and son met the trains and treated the bov Ernest have made an overland trip ta royally. Ranger Eastland and Wichita Falls and will probably go to Fort Worth before returning home. Churches " F6r Pall eight inch boois are correct in black grey and " brown colors and our first .shipment of high gnide satis- factory fitting shoes is here. Made by E. P. J?ccd Co. turn soles Louis Heels elegant shoes. HAVANA BROWN Kid ilress shoe for.. . BATTLESHIP GREY Kid dress shoe for...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 26 August 1918

BROWNWOOB 4 PAGES TODAY PRICE FIVE CENTS BROWN WOOD TEXAS MONDAY AUGUST 26 1918. VOL. XVII. NO. 268 BRITISH LAUN mm nuuniiinirwiu on ADVANCE n liVV H Hin 1 A BRITISH TAKE 20000 MEN IN aux.ro wer .situation and T1VITY OP A.MISIMCAXS WOU-.-KY1G II US LEA I) KItS. AC (By Associated Press) . PARIS Aug. 2C Heavy bombard- ments in tho Koye region anl between the.Oisc anil the Tiltter rivers are re ported officially. Twenty thousand prisoners liavo been taken by the British since August 21 says le Petit Journal. Three new German" -divisions have been identified opposing the British. Since August S nearly fifty German divisions have been used against ihe allies. Although Germany has plenty of ammunition the man-iower question arid the actual entry of the Americans into the war is worrying die German -military leaders according to infor- mation reaching here. ' HOUe CLAIM BRITISH ATTACKS COLLAPSED UNDER GERMA 1 FlfiE ! I UKIttlW llKAIMjl IBTKlLS BK- coins snri;ssn l opkka- .TIOXS il HIS AJUI...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 26 August 1918

4 13 BROWNWOOD TEXAS AUGUST 26 1918. m r WOOD BULLETIN LYES1 PRINTING CO. PROPS. Member Associated Press ibllshed every afternoon except Sunday Office of Publication Bulletin Build lng corner Brown and Lee Streets Entered at the PoBtoffice at Brown- wood Texas as second class matter TELEPHONE Editorial Office .". Ko. 22 Any erroneous reflection upon the character standing or reputation of any person firm or corporation which My appear in the columns of The Daily Bulletin will be gladly corrected pom its being brought to the attention ef the oubllshers. 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. C0STRII1UTI0XS FOR RELIEF. The Dallas Xews urging immediate relief for the -drouth stricken sections tf Texas tenders Its check for one thousand dollars to start a fund of one million dollars to be expended under the direction of Governor Hobby...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 26 August 1918

BROWN WOOD BULLETIN AUGUST 26 1918 3 :1 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT I OQT FOR RENT . "WILL THE PARTY who borrowodiFOR 1U2NT Nicely furnished . m our house plan book please returnJ room. Modern conveniences; ip- sa me at once. .Rockwell Bros. & Co half block from Harvey House. Pllojie 2:iGtfc!j-S33. . tlf STOLEN PLEASK RETURN' TOOLS Will the party -who broke into my tool box at the Jopling well and took away a num- ber of tools be kind enoush to return thera. There are a number in the lot 1 need badly. I. N Terrill. 29- WANTED IVSiSCELLANEOUS ALL makes of typewriters- -bought sold and rented. Jone3 & Dublin. IFOR SAllE--Cow WITGHER HOTEL-Goocl beds can-1 renlent location; reasonable ratps. Block from Harvey House three from pbstofflce. Corner Adams and Con- gress". Phone 45S. lQCUc FOR WE MAKE a specialty or yurnmire. FOR -SAIiE-T Sow and six jngs. PMaeland Stove Repairing. 110 Wrdaovfaj i)i Phone !C. .STENOGRAPHER. Notary public lohbv Southern Hotel." Prices reason- able. - . -...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 26 August 1918

V 4 BROWNWOOD BULLETIN AUGUST 26 1918. BE ONE OF THE FIRST TO WEAR THE NEW FALL FASHIONS ! ' The joy of -wearing the new fall fashions first will go to those who purchase early. Stocks now of new dresses suits and coats are large enough to make a favorable selection easy hose who buy now get more for their money for thev secure a full season's wear. EDITORIAL Real Values It isn't always the price you pay that determines real value some- times excessive prices are asked for inferior quality merchandise. Nothing here is overpriced. For instance if you spend 50c here for an article ypu can feel sure that you have received an article -whose real value is 50c. You "have our assurance for this. Proof positive Tvill reveal itself upon inspection of our merchandise. There never was a time when any one could really afford to pay more for an article than it was worth. But now it is trebly im- portant that you receive 100 per cent value for every cent pxpend- ed. Here you can find dependable q...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 27 August 1918

6 PAEjPS TODAY BROWNWOOD BULLETIN PRICE FIVE CENTS m PAY THE PRESIDENT BROWNWOOD TEXAS TUESDAY AUGUST 27 1918. . Captures 700 Huns IB FUND COUNCIL U-BOAT GOHHARDER PATROL BOAT SUNK DRAFTS WORKERS FOR : 10 SANK LUSITANIA ; BY MERCHANT SHIP; SALVATION ARMY DRUE; CAPTURED BY FRENGH MISTAKEN FOR SOB .' jf'shtiiu; of Monday. The tier- VOL. XVII. NO. 269 - mm H5'. Associated Press)" Loxnox aiu-. l: S..VP11 j hundred r.ermah an I ivo field E COMPANIES I LOANED IMMENSE SUMS IN FARMING DISTRICTS .STREETS A.SSICXEI) TO VAHIOl'S J SHOWED l'XKASIX ESS WHILE INC TAKEN TO PHISOX (MM 1 ii I- XTIT Y FSTA 15 LLS II E 1). C'O-M .MITT EES WHO WILL JIKET TO-MOKKOW JIOK.M.NC. RE- The following statement is made today by the chairmen and vice chair-: men of the Salvation Army War fund campaign : Owing to the few who responded to onr appeal for volunteers to help-in raising the Salvation Army War Ser- vice Fund we are going to try. the Selective Draft and name the follow- ing for the First Call to appear ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 27 August 1918

BROWN WOOD TEXASAUGUST 27 1 91$. - 1 i vrs I tUi i: 5 tOSTl Ei5m cosF - ? .taalH I YYssi C l UAR-lH I VSr I lil sept! r 5 oats y raw ' 1933 swiaofi9a ? "I suppose not many fortun- ate by-prbdacis can come out of this icar but if this country can learn something about sav- ing ovi of this mar it will be worth tte cost of the war; I the liter r.l cost of it in mean monek cu es resources. f. Hi August 27 Pay ine Your Pledge to Buy WAR SAVINGS STAMPS I S Payable to the United States Gove rameo' (BUY W. S. S. FROM ANY PQSTOFFICE BANK OR SALES AGE N'T) - 4 J 1 August 2? Pay Your August W ' -iz;:.' V "' Try to Liquidate Your Pledge for the -Entire -Year National War Savings Committee r-. As an Act of Patriotism This Space Was Contributed io The Government by ;'";.' : GILLIAM BROTHERS WEST TEXAS TELEPHONE COMPANY KNOX-JOHNSON COMPANY BRO WN WOOD ICE AND FUEL COMPANY J. L. KING WAPLES PLATTER GROCERY COMPANY ft'.''- ''; ' r tk --V jjsSpVv. ?&V&$W ' y II tad j oe and i 'T A- it :1 1 f...

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