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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 30 August 1918

BROWN WOOD BULLETIN AUGUST 30 I91S. !- 7- CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS LOST WANTED borores to go to Lee-Hall Va. MustF011 SALlv-llnosicr kitchen cabinet entrain Friday morning. Free trans portation and meals en route.. Mnkek application at once to u. 5. lsmnioy- ment Service Arcade Building uiuwuwuun( uiipiain j. u. uicksuji in charge. 2so kodakti or fircarins can be taken. "WILli BUY a few second hand pianos. L. E; Hall Music Co. 272c WANTED A girl to room and board. Close in. 209'Mclwood avenue. 274c WANTED Any Kind of welding; sat- isfaction guaranteed. Phono 113. 171tfc WANTED To do your paperhnnging and painting. Crundwell. Phone R-D50. Will eod290p VN."wso- WANTED Live business man to take half Interest in profitable enterprise Phone R-il;. 2r3tfiwell. "WANTED To Duy second hand. furni- ture. New Second Hand Stcre. 110 E. Broadway Phone 975. 159tfc WAVTunr.. cm roods. Highest prices paid in cash. - Bailey Furniture Store. Phono J-312JFOR gALIS Blank Oii i.ek.lcs. Chatte' Y dl31tf...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 30 August 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN AUGUST 30 1918. z Economies For Saturday at The New Store - - .. . - ' Not only in summer lines that are still being- forced out at reduced pricesvill you find sav- ings but also in NEW LINES of regular merchandise that arc. soldi for less here. . SHOP HERE SATURDAY. $10 to $15 Palm Beach Suits Saturday $750 Alx. ni l. ii or twi-lw .-suits f striped P.ilm ivieh and v.I nrixtun-s worth ."M.-'id in.dn $TA) mu r-i (hat will go to ru tinn1 1' nifn who ran find th ir sv. Sies .'J5 to H in tin ht . ...$7.50 $25 Men's Three-Piece Wool Suits for 18.75 All wool siiit.s in dark colors for now and early fjdl wrar- .at vest and pants that offers a .splcinli.l chani'c to vivo. hist-vd of '-H inst ilrink f o.UO as that is whaf gtds of -this quality ar-" worth on todays market; VUMVK OF SliVHJiAb STi'VLKS ONLY :. ;-" : 518iX5 EXTRA SPECIAL VALUES MHX'S T.IKS VisiahIf -1-m-hmids. HIV v)i MKX'S STKAVuS aud Panamas from to MKX'SKILK SHIRTS Oollwrs to mat.-h UKWSSr.UMICK I -XIOXSl. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 31 August 1918

1 gjAgs BRQWJNTWQQD BULLETIN i! PAY THE PRESIDENT PRICE FIVE CENTS BROWN WOOD TEXAS SATURDAY AUGUST 3 1 1918. VOL. XVII. NO. 273 - s BRITISH TIE 111 KEMIWEL ALLIES WITHIN MILE AHD WILSON SIGNS BOLSHEVIK! FORGES MEET WITH REVERSES ON THE USSURI FRONT: DRIFT fflEOR Placing All Yanks Under C ommandof Severely Defeated By Allied Forces; Ailempl of Colonel Horvath to Gain Control of Russian Forces Is Complete Failure; Men Lay Down Arms. (By Associated Press) j LONDON Aug. 31. The Bolshevik! j forces were defeated in a three days' t .battle along the Ussuri river losing i 400 men killed. The Bolsheviki forces are fleeing and the Japanese have oc- cupied Inian midway between Nikol' and Khaboravsk. Entente allied forces and Czecho- slovak troops have attacked the Bol sheviki Red Guards on .the Ussuril Ifont driving the enemy back for a distance of fifteen miles. A number of SUBMARINES DO VERY LITTLE DAMAGE NOW Till" USD AY. SEPTEMBER 12 SET 1 AS BATE OF EEGISTP. ATION t OF NEW CLASS. Genera...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 31 August 1918

BROWNWOOD TEXAS AUGUST 31 1918. 07 Field Netfs and Gossip Hi i;i HIE BKND LI.ME LIES. i! - out I. X. Tcrrill has Tieen "haniiui the position of t&e Hontl lime in Central "West Texas preparing fig- ures showing the point at which the limo was encountered 1n various wolfs drJiyng in this section. His figures. -.rd oivthe vlevation above and . iie- sea level show it t;. ; : i.;.p ; high under Brownwood and low jnder Goldthwaite and according to the geological theorists .there should be a sea of oil in the Bend formation under Brown county. Mr. Ten-ill's figures show: Bend lime lies 140 foet below1 sea level. In the JMatlock we'll Hrown county tlie Bond jitne. is. 240 feet below sea levelr In the Bailey well. Brown 'county the Bend lim is Ismi foet below sea level and in th Jkir- tkss & Dumenil well Brown county the Bend lime lies 415 feet below? sea level: . Thes -figures are of "interest to dents (If 'the oil situation in this tion. ptu-sec- Iolcs of the. Fizld. V" fidelity Oi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 31 August 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN AUGUST 31 1918. - U- The ' :; ; ' Coggin National - Capital $100000.00 : " DIRECTORS C. L. McCartney Beri .F. Stone J. W. Gilliam E. B. Gilliam Geo. Kidd Your Business Appreciated " - f SOCIETY Edited by Mrs. Jas. C. While - - 1'hone 22 Mfs L. McCarnoy; Messrs .-Fi'crti IJurLmt. Willmr ;l-k '.Leo- XeTark; ney: Most .-..an.-! !We3Miieii Robert it C. ami SOCIAL CALKNDAR. war savings stamps whi.di have berjij thought hy the members amounted to. The Red Cross headquarters and 507. The members have learned .to1 auze dressing room will be oocn uachjfcnit and are .ready to devote sonic of afternoon. ! their time noft to lctiittilir for the Red The Ford Addition War Savins So- Cross J'niicfl and eako re-freshed the. Jb: lfl tiuiy ni iiiuut uiuMuuv iiu .ii i a. i. members prefont vyho were' Lanier Trapp. ;Plrihn. 1'ftnsyi. and- LiJlic irnmilton.. Mary Garland Chapter. D. A. K.. willj Rlh CqIo anfl iheiostossi " - .- meet Thursday afternoon. in the gaii7.ej - T- -XX-." ... ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 31 August 1918

BROWNWOOD TEXAS AUGUST 31 1918. THE 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 fragc has undergone a remarKab.fe their nation? -Some of them belong u 4i. .i r iiirno to all nations and to all time. "Was .r wiu it Sa nnQRihin thnt thP Bismarck no statesman? Entered at the Postoffico at Brown- wood Texas as second class matter TELEPHONE Editorial Office No. 22 Business Office ; 3 Any erroneous reflection upon the character standing or Tepntation of 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 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. Texas law giving the women a right to vote In...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 31 August 1918

BROWN WOOD BULLETIN AUGUST 31 1918. '" 1 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS fi aiitvu juimg uvjpvviituvi LOST LOST Kappa Sigma fraternity pin set with pearls emeralds and rubies. Reward. Phone S2. 273c LOST Left on desk on north side of post office a large Xo. S reddfsh col bred fountain pen. It was a gift and very dear to the owner. Liberal re- ward for its return. F. A. Farmer National Business College Brown- wood Texas. Phone 173. 273c Found FOUND Gold watch charm FL L. Y engraved on bottom. Owner can get it at Bulletin office by paying for this notice. 273e WANTED "WANTED Henry Childs to report to USnpboym "WANTED A girl to room and board. Close im 203 Melwood avenue. 274c WANTED Any Kind oi welding; sat-j lsfactlon guaranteed. Phone 113. "WANTED Live business man half Interest in profitable enterpri Phone R-715. WANTED To cuy second hand furni- j ture. New Second Hand Store liO E. Broadway. Phone 975. 159tfc i ' WANTED Furniture and uuuseuuiu goods. Highest prices paid in cash. Bailey F...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 31 August 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN AUGUST 31 1918. The Netf Season's Netfest Styles are Finding Their Way Daily to This Stock i r "Every express every freight ' briitsjs- .sometliiiiK new ami' the ik'inph ill-Fain Store's slocks atv thereby dniy sji'ov- mg more complete.' Look to it far your full needs:-for! every member of the family. AVe.o. not depend on iiny Due line for business but spread Jour busioess. .and ;ex- pense over the entire stocks whielfi enables us to sell at lower prices than if we special izedHn jiisroitt? line. . IXliEADY-TO-WlvAK The nW spits dresses aiuixals are ready; $lo up to .... .J. T . .$100.00 IX SHOES For any member of th family we arc ready to serve you. . " . IX MEN'S CLOTHING Ymi will jriml our values to be the best to be had. IN 31 EX'S 1LATS imd furnishing; we can serve you promptly ami efficiently. EVERYTHING TO WEAR FOR ANY MEMBER OF THE FAMILY IS HERE AND READY NEW LAIPKOVlOIENTS-The newj t eases -far our ready- i to-wear are beiujr put up and in a t!.a.V or so...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 1 October 1918

tssra BROWNWOOD BULLETIN OIL FIELD NEWS AND GOSSIP ON PAGE PRICE FIVE CENTS BROWNWOOD TEXAS TUESDAY OCTOBER 1 1918. VOL. XVII. NO. 298 FilG DESPERAT D REPAR 1 -RETIREMENT GERMANS. THOUGH Y mi units now mnm mm HINDENBURG LINE; AUSTRALIANS GREATLY AIDING TIE AMERICANS IN THIS SECT Americans Aided By Australians Fighting Their Way Through the German Lines; Dead Germans Found In Tunnel Indicates Heavy Losses for Enemy. ' (By Associated Press.) WITH THE AMERICANS AT ST. QUENTIN. Oct 1. The American for- ce lighting on the? Hlndenburg line sauth of Gcuy has been heavily en- gaged all day and tonight the steady actios still continues. The Americans ire being supported- by the Australian forces and have fought their way through over ground larected with tunnels and ravines TWO BRITISH PLANES BREAK GERMAN PLANS DESTROY BRIDGES WITH BOMBS; AD THEX SHELL THE GER- 3CAS WITH VI3L (By Associated Press.) BEHIND THE BRITISH LINES IN FRANCE Oct. 1. How two British aimea lrolie up an impending Ger- n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 1 October 1918

i I r r I BROWNWOOD BULLETIN OCTOBER 1 1918. l I IIJljpLUllJtljl. " rT1111 ; 1 .. ' - ". - . . j " : j . " " . ij r imng. ifatf. Count It was not big guns 'or.'taiis-;thiey-Wt63it was fust a little a munition. They had been fighting all day. They were outnumbered ten to one. The ammunition was giving out. Private Peat and 29 other fellows crawled back to the dump to fetch cartridges. He alone of -the heroes who Went back survived. The day was lost for the lack of a few cartridges. A tragedy?. Yes and it was not any' '.big- thing they need ed--just cartridges. Ever thought that your subscription ..didn't matter?" made no difference?" A company wiped out for the want pf a few cartridges and you say little things don't count. 1 But they do. They do. BUY LIBERTY BONDS TO YOUR UTMOST v - . ... THEY'LL COUNT .- - 'Ki a pSjrf of their -efforts to fight this war to a prompt and victorious conclusion" this advertisement Is endorsed andpaid for by ' ' - . . "'.-. . - ) Hemphill-Fain Company B...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 1 October 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN. OCTOBER 1 1918. Hr Boy Your Money In a home next door a star of hiuc has heen clwmijt'.l toxoid. Through the hush of silence you can hear the broken sobs of a mother whose only solace is the memory of her boy who so gloriously gave his life in sublime devotion to his e6untrv and "humanity. Think of this mother you who vonder if you should buy Liberty Jioiuls tomorrow. If you think you have done your share -com pare the t -viS Hug I sacrifice you are asked to make "with a broken lieart that will . ni'vor heal. Compare -the insignificance olv forego- ing a few pleasures and noa-essentials with t he agony ami siUTej-ing of a mother who will never hear the returning footsteps of llfR DOV.-' Then 1oo: if your conscience does not. 1 tell you that further comparison is a sacrilege compare what j&m are asked to loan with Avhat he gave. It is one o" the inconsistencies of LiiV; that those who. face the inferno of the bat- tlefield do not think of compensation tfr inte...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 1 October 1918

THE BROWNWOOD BULLETIN HAYES PRINTING CO. PROPS. Member Associated Press 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 no such course is possible for the al lied nations. The most dangerous enemy today is not the' German army but the spirit of compromise which Germany is seeking and will' seek to encourage in the hope of thus weak ening- the mighty force back of the blows which are already beginning to crumble her defense. This does not mean that no talk of peace is as yet possible or even that compromise in. one sense is put of the question. As the president's reply to Austria tersely said the terms . on which the United States would con- sider peace have been specifically seated and- the moment those terms are unreservedly accepted in Ger- many and they are not such terms ns wnntnnlv tn limrtUiofn ihk finfnvin chi reiiecwon rT iacr People however'th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 1 October 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN. OCTOBER 1 1918. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS LOST WANTED WANTED Lady boarders. 807 Mel- vtooi. Phone R1122. 300c i THREE unfurnished rooms for rent. 1006 Melwood. 298tfc WANTED At Red Wagon Yard sec- ' ond band clothes. 303c WANTED Plain sewing. For par- ticulars phone R953. 239 p WANTED Any xlnd of welding; sat- isfaction guaranteed. Phone 113. mtfc FOR SALE FOR RENT U. S. Employment Service Bulletins I ! i FOR SALE One one-fourth size! 1)0 YOU O.VT I0UR OWN 11 031 E? child's violin. Ring R-4. 3l)c' If not come to sec use and let us ex- plain to you the United Savings Bank's plan. It opens up a safe way for thou- sands to become home owners with all the name implies from their monthly savings with no more self denial than any head of a family ought to be willing to make to provide a home for those who depend upon him. FOR SALE My 1917 model five pas- rsenger Dodge car. Bargain! for quick sale. J. E. Wood ; 300p FOR SALE My home atj 703 East Adams street If you want...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 1 October 1918

6 BROWNWOOD' BULLETIN" OCTOBER T 1918'. Satisfactory Hosiery This means good -wearing qualitieshose -which are thoroughly comfortable for the foot colors which are reliable and prices without profiteering tendencies. Any falling- short of. any of these qualifications -would mate the hosiery unsatisfactory. When you select your hose from our stocks you can depend upon them being RIGHT from every standpoint therefore unsatisfactory. Our present selections are complete We tidvise early choosing -while all styles and sizes are here and prices 30 moderate. Onyx Silk Hosiery in black white colors $1.25 to ... Onyx Lisle Hosiery a pair. 35c 39c 50c 65c and Children's Ribbed hosiery a pair 25c 35c 40c and up to Children's African Brown or Tan Lisle Hose a pair 40c to .v. $2.00 75 .. 50 .. 50 SPEAKING AT COURT IE LAST ! T 0. X. HARRISON SPEAKS IN BE- HALF OF THE IWJCTJI LIB- ERT!' LOAN CAXPAIGX. Lyric Thursday Extra Special Feature MR. STEWART HOPPER IS NOW CONNECTED WITH OUR DRY GOODS DEPAR...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 2 October 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN I PACES TODAY OIL FIELD NEWS AND GOSSIP ON PAGE PRICE FIVE CENTS BROWNWOOD TEXAS WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 2 1918. VOL. XVII. NO. 299 HEAVY FIGHTING NEAR ST. QUENTIN i GERMANS ARE MAKING HARD FIGHT The French Troops Have Passed St. Quenlin and Not withstanding the Fact that Enemy is Offering Stub- born Resistance They Continue to Score Gains. (By Associated Press) PARIS. Oct. 2. The French troops have pawed beyoad St. Quentin norta- ' east e8t as southeast of the. town. They aow hold lines running along the Swuie from Tronquoy to Rouvroy theace along St Quentin-Lafere road U S. GUARDS HAVE UN EXPERIENCE MAKE JEAJiY MISTAKES BUT ABE ALWAYS EEADY TO GRAB UXCLE SAJFS EXE3IY. (By Associated Press) GALVESTOXT Oct 2. Being a Unit- ed -States guard is not such an excit- teg occupation as accompanying a patrol across No Mass Land although 'the duties consist largely of watching tke property along the water fronts taken over hy the federal government to the river Oise at Vendcuil....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 2 October 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN OCTOBER 2 1918. : - n : i' i BOY m THERE? Paris August 5th. "The Americans covered themselves with glory...' The fight ing is said to have been the bitterest of the whole war the Prussian Guards asking no quarter and being bayonetted or clubbed to death as they stood by their machine guns." : This is hot an'cient history or the story of some people you have never seen or know (nothing o. It is the record of oar boys maybe your own. boy. ft is not a question -of r'Mo I afford to lend to support these: boys?" The question is "If I give up everything in life but theifeaitneciti-es will I even ;then be worthy ;of them''? Y At least lend as they fight fearlessly-'COuragepusly. Let nothing matter but victory. 1 Buy Li ber Y Bonds To Your Y 1 Very Utmost As a part of their effort to fight this war to a prompt and victorious . conclusion this advertisement is endorsed and paid for by E. G. ST. CLAIR DEALER CHEVROLET AND CHALMERS AUTOMOBILES

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 2 October 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN. OCTOBER 2 1918. 5- CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS WANTED WANTED Lady boarders wood. Phone R1122. LARGE BOMBS era 807 Mel-(FOR 300c child's FOR SALE SALE One' one-fourth violin. Ring R-4. size -300c WANTED At Red ond hand clothes. WANTED Plain sewing .ticulars phone R-953 Wagon Yard sec-j PEPPER PEPPER. PEPPER sweet JOJcior hot. Phone R-527 or call at the garden at the new dam. FOR RENT 3)0 YOlT OWX YOUR OWT HOME? For par- 299 p WANTED Any Kind or -welding; sat- tafaction guaranteed. Phone 113. 171tfc WANTED To Duy second hand furni- ture. New Second Hand Store lib B. Broadway Phone 975. 159tfc -304 p FOR SALE Cheap sowiand pigs; one registered Durham bull.; Phone 4304. v 300p FOR SALE My 1917 model five pas- senger Dodge car. Bargain for quick sale. J. E. Wood. ; 300p FOR SALE My home at 703 East Adams street. If you want a bargain If not come to see use and let us ex- plain'to you the United Savings Bank's plan. It opens up a safe way for thou sands to becomo home ow...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 2 October 1918

BROWNWOQD BULLETIN OCTOBER 2 1918. ft ARTISTIC SIMPLICITY Characterizes the New Fall Styles in Suits Coats i Dresses While the inspirations for the new Fall and "Winter fashions come from Paris Full credit for their development is due to American designers. Our own opinion is that this season's stvlcs are more attractive than those of any past season with- in memory; and our opinion is verified by that of our customers. : There is no scarcity or lack of becoming fashi ions here. Every" favored new style is represented in-the extremely interesting display now presented for your approval and which you are urgently re-' quested to inspect. : SUITS $15.00 to $125.00 COATS $18.00 to $85.00 DRESSES $9.98 to $85.00 a . rr 17 n THE STOPE FOf? ALL r-THE PEOPLE. OEMPHfllL-MM f w PERSONAL ITEMS "Rev. C. L. Ewing returned today from Talpa. "Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Rose have moved to 1507 Avenue C. -Miss Adelle Steffins of San Angelo is a guest of Mrs. Sol Lockctt. -iIrs. Fred Ragsdale of Port Arthur...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 3 October 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN OIL FIELD NEWS AND GOSSIP ON PAGE PRICE FIVE CENTS BROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY OCTOBER 3 1918. VOL. XVII. NO. 300 6 PAGES TODAY II A N LI IMS IN FLAMES; ifl AMERICAN REGIMENTS FIGHTING iU.S. SHIPTAflflPA BRmSH RENEW I THRUST CONTINUES ON THE 1DEN BURG LINE SEE SIS: 111 HARDEST FIGHTING OF THE IK EOOED In their First Advance Americans Were Mowed Down By Enemy Machine Guns; Many Lives Were Lost But they Went On and On to a Certain V ictory. NEW CHANCELLOR IS FRIENDLY TO ALLIED POWERS (By Associated Press) "WITH AMERICANS AT ST. QUEX- j TIN" Oct. 3. American regiments j fighting on the Hindenburg lino in i this sector have seen some of the j hardest fighting of the present war. i Day and night they have fqught sin- j gle handed and in groups. On the ; first assault the Americans rushed -EIiE n Tn ! HIS TROOPS; GERMAN P TWO fDMIT TUDftHMfn DV AIM i IIIIU mUNI llllLH L1LU U HLLI (JOES IMMVX IX THE BRISTOL Klttl A XS CONTINUE TO HETREAT CHAXXEL: ..NO WITXKSSES ! HAVE EVACU...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 3 October 1918

v BROWNWOOD BULLETIN .OCTOBER 3 1918. Jr. .-0' iff: .1 I 4S ill11. '" . - If V. irr rl - A "53 1 V I i 7 55 7- .vis 5. r':irt'-x. - .'4 WHAT A U TO SAY 0 KID? Jimmy AUbxight is a! fifteen-year-old bugler in Uncle Sam's Marines. Jimmy was -at Chateau Thierry with the boys. The little beggar threw away his bugle seized a bayonet and went after Germans. He stuck one tooand the blade broke in the Boche. ) What did Jimmy do? Stood and howled with tears running down his face because Vhfeouldn't'S'tik any; What are you going to say to the kid? 'Can't afford it." or are von oin to hnv LIBERTY BONDS TO THE LIMIT AND THEN SOME? -a As a part of their efforts to bring this war to a prompt and victoriouo conclusion this advertisement is endorsed and paid for by BENCINI COTTON OIL MILLS "A ;i 5 rf.. 41 1 1 imore Hun& 1 4 In R. S. DAVITTE Manager

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