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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 27 August 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN AUGUST 27 1 918; DR. J. HARRIS BALES (Browmvwiu Optical Co.) We Griid Leases and Duplicate any Lense THE ODOR IS DELICIOUS Your nose puts its O. K. on everything you taste. Any coffee drinker will appreciate the delightful odor that arises from a cup of steaming Wamba Coffee. Packed in one and Ihree pound friction-top douLlyscaled air-tight cans. 8 Knox-Johnson Produce Co. f !i )) '' '' Beautiful L Dinner Set! Every housewife likes to have pretty dishes and particularly so does she want a nice- dinner set cine ; that expresses her good judgment ;in selecting and carries with it an air of refinements ; We are showing a beautiful 100-jpicce Blue Band . English China Dinner Set jhalis"nre. to meet with the approval of the most fastidious housekeeper. Wc 1 " have them in our front window cfnd ask that you. look at them. Priced at per set of TOO $60.00 Other sets at cheaper prices will also be found here.' Austin-Hall Hardware Co. Horse and Mule Sale Brownwood. August ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 27 August 1918

BROWNWOOD TEXAS. AUGUST 27 1918. THE BROWNWOOD BULLETIN MAYES PRINTING CO. EROPS. Slember Associated Press - - - I .1 4 I . I. f . T- i!-t. mnrinvJ Aire. T' THE FARM -AGEST. Published every afternoon Sunday except 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 Business Office Any erroneous reflection upon the character standing or reputation of any person firm or corporation which toav annear in the columns of- The Daily 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 The Bulletin is very much gratified that the county commissioners have pledged their support of 0. P. Griffin as. -county farm agent for another year here. This gratification is based upon the belief that such an assistant to the farmers is very much needed and that Mr. "Griffin...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 27 August 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN AUGUST 27 1918. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS F Oil Field Nerts and Gossip (Continued from Page 1) 1 UNO COUNCIL if it LOST WILL THE PARTY who borrowed our house plan book please return same at once. .Rockwell Bros. & Co. 2.r)Gtfc STOLEN PLEASE 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 enough to return them. There are a number in the lot I need badly. I. N. Terrill. 2C9c WANTED WANTED Thirty-five unskilled la borores to go to Lee-Hall Va. Must entrain Friday morning. Free trans- portation and meals en route. Make application at once to U. S. Employ- ment Service Arcade Building Brown wood Captain J. D. Dickson in charge. No kodaks or firearms can be taken. FOR RENT FOR RENT Three nicely furnished rooms on Coggin Avenue to couple without children. Phone J-350 272c wmHiERlBDTl renient location reasonable rates. Block from Harvey House three from oostoffice. Corner Adams and Con- gress. Phone...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 27 August 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN AUGUST 27 1918. 85c Colored Voiles selling for .'. 69c 50c to 65c Colored Voiles for . s. 39c l39c Colored Voiles selling for . . . 24c 50c PLAIDS 39c Close woven plaid check percales 36 inches wide and suitable for school dresses 39c New Woolens For Fall Dresses :Thc must popular Avolens are now in stock and ready for in- 'spection. Materials for dresses coats or suits wool middies middy suits and other sehool wear; AVOOL SEKCfES :G inches wide in French r storm weaves. all colors for only s ; . .". ; i . .$1.00 WOOL SERGES Storm series or French surges in stnple colors 3b" inch width ...$1.50 AVOOL POPLIXS Lijrht iji weight ami suitabtb especially for dresses new colors . j . . $1.98 ARMY CLOTH Khaki oior.- strr-weave. . inches will for fall dresses skirts $1.29 COVERT CLOTH .14 inches wide 11 wool "for dresses or skirts- lirht weight :;. . $2.48 FANCY TJ..AIDS For Jrimmiusr dresses for entire dresses for .skirts 3G inch width's. Toe S.'jc and up yard.. $2. 75 S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 28 August 1918

BULLETIN & 6 PAGES TODAY PAY THE PRESIDENT PRICE FIVE CENTS BROWNWOOD TEXAS WEDNESDAY AUGUST 28 1918. VOL. XVII. NO. 270 EJECTED 1M - 5- - - BROWNWOOD GERMANS mm 1 WIDE 1 BORDER TOWN QUIET TODAY FOLLOWING BATTLE LATE TUES AMERICANS MANY MEXICAN UNO AMERICAN OFFICERS ARE INVESTIGATING THE AFFAIR DAY IN MEXICAN WHICH THRE WERE SLAIN 5 FRENCH CON . 1 AND BRITISH PRESSURE MILE LINE TIES 8 55 THOUSANDS OF If! Enormous Number QUARTERED IN TENTS IN TWELVE HOURS Chaulnes arid Thirty Other Villages Taken By French - 77 C ' 17 i it . t- " r orces since Yesterday Morning; British. Increase -Pressure on the Somme Battlefield. '. Trouble Started When Customs Officials Fired on Ameh ) LHf ' ican Border Guards Infantry Company apd Two Troops of Cavalry Called Into the Battle. P 7ST 1 or men ana jruns '9 p the Allies Taken h (By Associated Press.) JiiOXDOX. mU. 2S. -The; (Jermiitr. forces in southern Pu-jirrlt' S ; . r j J are rot refttmg ovfr-a wide front. After the capture of Roye by tlie FrM...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 28 August 1918

v BROWNWOOD TEXAS AUGUST 28 1918. Oil Field Nerts and Gossip Notes of ihe Fiold. Fred W. Turner of Sauta Anna Is in town today. Mr. Turner says that fouri more deep wells are now being (willed near the Root & Ramsey well just south of Santa Anna. The Hoot & Ramsey well has a daily flow of about twenty-fiv-and a h.i. Boche Prisoners Make No Effort to Escape; One Brought Eight Back to Camp f A merican Casualties - The -following letter has boon re-jwe.ro being well fed and did not have reived .from .lark ltagsdale of this city. to worry about bullets etc. Nar hero how with ihe American lCxpeditlonaryf'tvvo days ago two airplanes with foul Forces In Ffanee: .. ! commissioned officers .all ' Hermans. After a forty day trio from Waco u'el landed jiii 1 avf Uimiisoivin im ssivfnJ? arrels of . oil and eleven landed in this place last Saturday for) that they were tired of the war and L.iium feet of gas. A pipe perhans n Ikree or fnnr u noire cin4 wmfn.i . n.tr r. r line .is being la...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 28 August 1918

1 1 r - ETl BROWNWOOD BULLETIN AUGUST 28 1918. SOCIETY Edited hy 2Irs. .las. C. lVIilJe - - Thone 22 jreicjised tlie- r ! ho'cScr entered ribbon as Dr. Kniekei:- wlro will aTt.-h''' 'it der Hrat ileseeaded the t:' s. aiul led liieiri" Viona I..' -. son. K.t.ru way ht- hv u 0 iiacr ramp Za.taarv i.-vicr. for jiebi artitWv seivi-e. ami tla and wre v'mto fill. ! Ut;$ lli;-$ i-:ii.abetfi Sny-jln-w: .Mi. ;" . ii !' i.nd. . hv bridesmaid. ishf- to. the 'bride ruui.li Homt'iy '(.!'. . i. !. ( i '( A. d for tile br'ikil !'. iy. S!.e wa-jvu'tf ntteiul C-1. A !e;. vei jireltily a'tireu in t-reen crepe do '.- Misses jfct I;litftin ;'-')d fM.-ojyA clrii;e tulfe draped and fiiiue d fif 'Cu v. n u ill '.: i 7 ? v' ' ii D.t-'is. silver lace. Jl.r nat ci fulle nl' a Mi-; I'l. i'v ;'i!u. color (o (oiir.tniniJ an I . 'it- ar. an T:v:i 1 i . " i i.y - ni Mil hnaipu t i t niik i.-f-i iphiuty Sue Pram . William. 1 lu- lit Ifprd. ili.s .fjicile Nel wiH ;itT'i Mir III If f w IIS WORTH; STOPPED lULLEL SAVE...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 28 August 1918

BROWNWOOD TEXAS AUGUST 28 1918. THE BROWNW00D BULLETIN ilAYES PRINTING CO. PROPS. Member Associated Press Published every afternoon Sunday except Office of Publication Bulletin Build- ing corner Brown and hce Streets Entered at the Postoffice at Brown- wood Texas as second class matter. TELEPHONE Editorial Office No. 22 Business Office - No. 45 Any erroneous reflection upon- the character standing or reputation of any person firm or corporation which when fho seasons are tinfnvofajjlQ and production is -cut short "every iiioin- meroial ami industrial enterprise in tlie county experiences a loss of busi- ness. . . But. the government is at wnr; and needs -money Uv-pay the war o:Wns- es. Briovvn county despite the. drouth 19 expected to bear as much Af tho btirrien as possible. While there are hundreds of farmers who can. liny no Liberty Bonds .and m War Savings Stamps there are still lnthdredst most of whom are citizens of tJiu city. who fan invest their money in "these goverjnment s...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 28 August 1918

BROWN WOOD BULLETIN AUGUST 28 1918. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS LOST WILL THE PAttTV who borrowed our house plan hook please returi same at once. Rockwell Bros. & Co. 25Gtfc FOR RENT MISCELLANEOUS Found FOUND Three work mules one bay mare mule one black horse mule one dun horse :mule; 10 or 12 years old. Taken up Saturday night. John Champion City Marshal. 270p WANTED WANTED Thirty-five unskilled la- borores to go to Lee-Hall Va. .Must entrain Friday morning. Free trans- portation and meals en route. .Make application at once to U. S. Employ- ment Service Arcade Building. Brownwood Captain J. D. Dickson In charge. No kodaks or firearms can be taken. . " FOR KENT Three nicely furnished l TO LOAN $400 on real estate. I'hone rooms on Coggin Avenue (o couple jj-712. 2701 without children. Phono J-:?50. 272c j : --- - . - . i ALL makes of typewriters bought. WITCHER HOTEL Good beds con-'sold and rented. Jones & Dublin. . renient location reasonable rates.: 2r2tf Block from Harvey H...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 28 August 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN AUGUST 28 1918. Men's High Grade SHOES Shoes that combine style service and comfort- a combination hard to find. They're made by Amer- ica's foremost makers. : MEN";3 P.KOWN KANGA- ROO HALS $10.50 Top quality selection medi- um or mollified. . English last i-allotl the Times Square. BLArK KANGAROO m same stle $10.50 i r P.LArK VIC1 t- Business man's shoo medium- ide lj toe writ sale.' durable and comfortable and priced ii ... . ARMY SlIOK A tuny red chrome jiuitl cull' ihr. plain too and medium pointed on sajne stylo as t'l irers in the arniy"ye:u Mueller style snappy st.Ue. very ennrfurtahle.i ... .$10.00 ENGLISH SIIAPKS--fi-Ol f Up to STRAHillT LAST BLACK VIlT- s.des i)i'i-ed at ........ ARMY SHOES: Tan leather. ft cap toe. "uid'p shape well sole the ideal shoe For the ! field worker r jiny'who iieed extra serviceable shoes that are coin firt able.. I'riVe. . .$8.50 fj f THE STORE FOR ALL rTHE PEOPLE PERSONAL ITEMS Mrs. J. Snoddy has retanterl from a f visit in ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 29 August 1918

r TIN PAY TH PRESIDE PRICE FIVE CENTS BROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY AUGUST 29 1918. VOL. XVIL to. 271 D H BROWNWOOD BUTTLE 6 PACES TODAY 0 4- 4- 4- 4- 4-4 4- 4 4 4- 4 4 4 4 4-4- 1 HUNS HAVE LOST PAPERS APPEAL IB PEOPLE FOR WAR SUPPORT: PRINCIPAL GERMAN CITIES OF RHLYE DISTRICT DISCUSS AIR JtAII) PROTECTION. (By Associated Press) AMSTERDAM Aug. 29.--The news-j papers of Germanv are advocating a J campaign -to enlighten the people that ' further sacrifices and exertions are required; that it is not a hobby of; seme dozen of people hi Germany nor ; the German obstinacy but the impulse of the enemy's impulse to destruction .: that imposes tnem on the people at home and at the front." The chief cities of the Rhine distric.t nave loniieu a jwriiiaiifiu iui.imuii.-v to deal with the increasing menace of . allied air raids. Cologne. Mayence. Stuttgart and Manheim lun e represen- tatives on the committee. 'Nationwide Dry Bill TdJen Up Today; May . Be Passed By Night (By Associated Press t WASHING...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 29 August 1918

BROWNWOOD TEXAS AUGUST 29 IgiSv PigglyWiggly Will Receive Free of Charge 'opy of This Month's a SOUTHERN WOMEN'S MAGAZINE ! A Magazine Chuck Full of In- teresting and Entertaining Reading. Some of the Special Features Are "The Devil To Pay' a serial story of fascinating mystery and romance begins in this number. The plot lurrs on the mis- placed love and loyalty of a beautifr."- girl nr. the ghostly voice of a murderer already dead. bit -eiV-fr. c. tost let- lrs and i: f :"o0:-" c .nbinatioi. a safe and. on the strangely tragic laih.'t oi hangrr- - ropji. . The whole stcrv is a baffling bit of love and mystery tlrall holds Its readers breathless through all the varying phases of- its plot: The author of the story Frances Nimmo Green" is a Southern wri- ter already known everywhere for the strength and charm . of her books. This new story will run through five "number.! of the Southern Woman's Magazine. In the number also begin a two-part sarial The . Broken Pitcher" a love tale of o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 29 August 1918

1 BROWNWOOD BULLETIN AUGUST 29 1918. The Most li&MaMful s ummer Drink BONE DR Y AND Lii PERL A. We have opened iiv the building formerly occupied by the Brownwood Optical Com- pany and Taylor Bros. Studio a Bone Dry. and La Peria Stand and have arranged ev- erything conveniently for the public. Our drinks are as cold as ice can possibly make them. They are the very best that we can buy as refreshing and invigorating drinks; We also have light Lunches. We will ap- preciate your patronage and will at all iean Casualties i i times give you the best to be had in this line. SNIPES & WINDHAk 209 Center AOenue Tlici .fallowing insnalties are r ort- l iy liie' comma ndu:;; ' pcnrral ' . AH.Lericau expeditionary forces: .- T iu ;:cti H 2:;; wonatded scu-h i . t; died T1- wunnda.'d'.i; did of. iia-i 7 wouffi'e.l ' ...ilt-yrW' " mn'v' mtlhii - .7. 'Iotiif; .1:1." h . - Kil!n! ht Ai'linrt. !.4eailnant- ' . ' : !Vlaaen.on Lehr. Albion .Nob. Sergeant - "'TlmiJiu.s Vttmc--.Sioii City III. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 29 August 1918

BROWN WOOD TEXAS AUGUST 29 1918. THE BR0WNW00D BULLETIN! .MAYES PRINTING CO.. PROPS. Member Associated Press Published every afternoon Sunday except Office of . Publication bulletin Build- Ing corner Brown and I.eo Streets Entered at the Postoffiee at Brown- i - - TELEPHONE ' - Editorial Office . . .. No 22 Business Office I !."." No."it Any erroneous reflection upon the cnaracier stanutng or reputation oi any person firm or corporation which may .appear in the columns .of The Daily Bulletin will be gladly corrected upon its being brought to the attention of the Dublishers. 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. THE rZKCHO-SI.OVAKS. San Francisco Argonaut: The roc. cgnition of the Czccho-Slovaks as constituting another allied army not only brings a new belligerent form- ally upon the scene but it furnishes a fresh reminder of how...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 29 August 1918

1 BROWN WOOD BULLETIN AUGUST 29 1913. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS LOST FOR RENT MISCELLANEOUS i WILL THE PARTY who borrowed i FOR RLWT Three nicely furnished ALL makes of typewriters bought'-' our hour.e plan book please return " rooms on Coggin Avenue to Couple-! sold and rented. Jones & Dublin same at once. Rockwell Bros. & Co. ''without children. Phone .I-K.MU-272? ( ; 2f2l "Uj W'lTCUKR HOTEL Good beds con-; STENOnRAPHER. Notary public. WANTED ; 7enient location reasonable rates .lobby Southern Hotel Prices reason- 1 rt 1 . . ft. T T . . ' 1L l I n Diuck" iruiu narTHV riuiise. liiujo iruni nmf ar.M- postoffice. Corner Adams and '. Con- -!r-. - - -t--"' ?ress. Phone 458. ioetfc.E .MAKE t a specialty of Furniture and Stove . Repairing. 1KJ Broaawaj.f "WANTED Thirty-five unskilled la- FOR SALE OR TRADE Phono 875. " - -19rci Dorores to go to Lee-nan. a. .Must- entrain Friday .morning. Free trsfna-' FOK SALE Ford portation and meals en route. Make Fall's. Phono .Wl. application ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 29 August 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN AUGUST 29 j 9 IS. National Restaurants and restaurant in quality 0f.-fbbd "and prices and in this die food1 in.nist.ry stands ready to lord them all the en- couragement and grv(j them every pos- sible assistance: If this results it Men s All Wool Three Piece Dark Patterned Suits for Summer and Late Fall Wear $25 values$18.75 More New Shipments oi New Fall Hats Kitchens Prove Practical probably will be (he greatest advan.-i tnse to be derived from lhh' govern--I ment. undertaking. ' . :. " j "The food ministry however is go j 4; Benefit to the Public ThPsr suits will not ho c!iiitlit :it in prli for several years to come. BLl'Iv -SHRUBS Three iec- Lo.iqht under tho values that now rnl- and priced $:?2..Vj nd' :.(iu $6.50 Silk Shirts $4.98 Men's twit silk shirty with collar to match values to $6..".u ("HOICK jrl.'.K $7 Men's Oxfords ?o5t .Men's Oxfords - - L (Rj Associated Press.) redits. first national restaurant yASillXiiTOX. A'hs. ..National J1IUv '.2T; last near...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 30 August 1918

tjSnfifi BROWNWOOD BULLETIN & RAY THE PRESIDENT PRICE FIVE CENTS BROWNWOOD TEXAS FRIDAY AUGUST 30 1918. VOL. XVII. NO. 27 asm z. PARIS IS SAFE FROM ATTACKS OF HUN ARMIES FALL OF NOYOS ENDED DAXGER OF GERXAN' ADVANCE AGAINST FRESCH CAPITAL. (By Associated Press) PARIS Aug. 30. The French are ex- ultant over .the driving of the Ger- mans from Noyon. While slow to shout victory the French now realize that the situation for the allies' is more brilliant than ever before. The present location of the battle front re- lieves 'Paris from all danger for the time being from the Germans. The Germans are now making a su- preme effort to maintain their posi tions on the plateau north of SoiSBons. They are throwine fresh troons ! Mainst both the French and Ameri-1 cans and are stubbornly disputing. every foot of ground given up. Tn the1 uei;ume e-mc "t-cem--er i. -no-Vosges region last night the Ameri-! vidos Denmark shall acknowl- cans drove off the Germans in three1 edS Iceland as a soverei...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 30 August 1918

BROWNWOOD TEXAS AUGUST 30 1918. Oil Field Nerts and Gossip (JETS SHALLOW WELL. Dr. H. G. Barker of this city an- nounces that he has struck a nu-o flow of oil on the Lee place east of Placid in McCulIoch county at the head of Deep creek. The good part about the find is that it -was struck at the shallow depth of only isti feet and is ihe same character of oil with the same kind of sand as is found in the Bro'wmvood shallow field. The Held "was locate.! by Oil Sco.it I. N. Tcrrill of Brownwood. The strike was made yesterday and "so far no tc-f of the production has been made but frcm all indications it will pnivc Un- equal of the average shallow well in the local field.. . COYLE STILL A JIYSTKKY. The Coylc well is still a mystery which can not be solved by the rank i and file of oil men and nenr-oil men Those who have been permitted to visit the well a?e "not puttins; out anything." and those who have vt visited the-well are wondering wheth- er there is anything to '-put out." At any...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 30 August 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN AUGUST 30 1918. I 4 1 ' till' I l I I M Hi hi li Mil I I II I l I " v 1 iiriirif ir SI MM American Casualties kl ara trf ICS brf M k3 3fl I I 1 I In tills " iay of m onomiz.ijK Quality mesr le taken int-t eonsi-Vrdtion a wc'l as pri ( An itrm 'f sjroceri- Mini nr -o;-onl as some choose fn tall it. it- lt:ir at any jncv. When yo.i nr. lev -lnvc it id us and '.Ill - t the sain? cood rleaa i sTi!y tliat wc wo.;IJ choose for our own i;'ih Rc.'.mi it. should yoa for any reasojt not be aUoeth r JMitbJiejl u it h anyhiu;: -U-li "! t'n-m th -store n .:i:i"ltate!y au'i wo will e Iad to taJft it up; Tomurnnv is our iirst; ull icr h;uis made '-S-jt'i! tl-jy. ti ::L.-( wili be e':a:g;ru ojjji next inumh-S account. ... " ' GROCERY BARGAIN Weare listing below a few b our grocery department. . ' . . Can Homin'v . H& Fresh Mackerel "Fal" . . Pan Cake Flour package . . f'Sp.;-. : . No. 3 Can No. 3 Can Beers ........... -..j Large Can King Komas Pure RibboD Gahe3) S5c "can. for...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 30 August 1918

BROWNWOOD TEXAS AUGUST 30' 1918. On THFRl?nWNWfiftnRnTrF:wiai ih y .-? way iiiunniiuuv yyuuunirjs ot janiiieg with hll thei MAVb a 11 -NV 1 KU1 rbelonarluKs rowk east. dra spied ajoa every nlile of the road. It ;is- ho less Published every afternoon except than a jjragedy. The sight q qll 1 iese ' l'coblc fwhb liave;bcon.tryiag to'imiHf OffJco of Publication.. Bulletin Build- nn honfcst. thing wfeo have. hiUkrto ing corner Brown and Lee Streets lived in&QejHlMUly in soinecomfdrt- 0 I.nilT OV yi.'ANf ITY OF J'l.OrU : asking or Justifying th- m a ti mm wm m m t I t I k'nt.n.v'ii. -'EXPLAINS SALES OF 53S S BUM Urrtlfii Dili ! - " - - - - - - -t . iiT(i if i rv i i t 1 1 1 tut- ' i n mm PiinPTinnTrP!1 i rnn HDniITU OCI IHi: I 1 TELEPHONE Editorial Offlfe Business Office ...M Entered at the Postoffice at Brown- uni p ww iw"n wood Fe.xas. as second class matter deihtlpiufs oiiouRh to make the 'baldest 5ioart wibVYbt Hre Parson toes X0 90 not'Utmk that tlieto ip ground for ie- Xoi? spf...

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