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

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN OCTOBER 3 1918 3 i I '.- " V-"---'. . . ' 5 ' " (85 o 1 end me au 1 -leu i 3 1 -m. i i i 14 a Whri m p.nr id 1 1 hen ' - i r. -A- "4- or me enam Vhal uoould be! Such radiant- sirenqfh of heart and hand ta an 1 . 1 ;J"-C 4k. nvn.p. nf No Maris Land! . 4 arris UD ii Snr.h scorn of danaer as theu qo With smile; and song to meet the Joe Such -zeal to know the Uictoru won li'o know a soldiers d.utu done; "Ta inin Vhn finht. - for me 1 Whrit .qnleikdid tend in q that ujould be! 4 iff.. "I I 4 V o en rl tIip fheu Kaht - for me ': 2 What!" selfless lendinq that would bet. J ; fbr euer ' throuqh the bcrrrles haze: ; ' nie-'utlets hail the ' field-quns blaze j I The-u dream of home and loue and life '; !; . Of child and mother sweetheart u;ife; I Tvr theu fiaht and lcmqh at pain J iliLU UIU1U 'JJUi i l w w wv. ww w w 1 1 1 ena 7l the u:au theu f iqHt - tor me 1 hit r ess encuna xnai tuuuiu J o lend; the iiuai theu fiqht- for me What . glorious lendinqthatiuould. be! for eue...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 3 October 1918

4 BROWNWOOD BULLETIN OCTOBER 3 1918. TIE BROWN WOOD BULLETIN MAYES PRINTING CO. PROPS. Member Associated Press PuBllBflsd every afternoon txcept Sunday Office of Publication Bulletia Build- ing corner Brown and Lee Streets Entered at the Postoffice at Brown- wood. Texas as second class matter TELEPHONE Editorial Office .. No. 22 Business Office No. 3 SUBSCRIPTION 60 cents per month. 6.00 per year in advance. Any erroneous reflection upon the cnaracter standing or reputation of any person firm or corporation which may appear in the columns of The Daily Bulletin will be gladly corrected spon its being brought to the attention of the nublishers. 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. j Tell The Kaiser By J. C. Dionne AIRPLANES NOW PROVING THEIR VALUE; A HE FEARED BY ENE.UY GERMANY WANTS to know WHAT THE United States is FIGHTING FOR ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 3 October 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN. OCTOBER 31918. SEEMS EVERY ONE IS CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS to TO TRY II ANXIOUS H WANTED 807 MeT 300c WANTED Lady boarders -woo I. Phone R1122. WiSiTDATlRed AVagon Yard sec- 303c ond hand clothes. .WANTED To do your paperhanglng and painting. Phone R-9SC. W. J Crundwell. 320eod WANTED Any Kind or welding; aat- .kfactlon guaranteed. Phone 113. 171tfc WANTED To buy second hand furni- ture. New Second Hand Store 110 E. Broadway Phone 975. 159tfc WANTED Second hand gasoline en- gine 2 or 3 horse power. Must be in good condition. Phone J-927. 29Dtfc WANTED Four young ladies to do -special work for us. Apply in person Armstrong Jewelry Co. -WANTED To clean rugs after school and on Saturday with vaccum cleaner. Phone J-252. 302c WANTED Dishwashers chamber maids and table waiters. Phone 742. 302 WANTED Two or three rooms fur- nished for light housekeeping by fam- ily with five year old girl and small baby. Must be close in and well ap- ipointed; -Phone 130 and inquire f...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 3 October 1918

i BROWNWOQD BULLETIN OCTOBER 3 1918. Grover's Soft Sole Shoes ! FOR TENDER FEET Women of Bro-wmvood who have tender feet will be -'glad to kliow- we handle the famous GROVERS SHOES that 'have "the style fit and excel in comfort. - GROVER'S PLAIN TOE Extra comfortable shoe for nur- ses or any who want ease v ! . . . .$5.00 QROVtER'S BLACK YICI Walking bodt with welt sole pointed toe military heel .$.50 KRIPPENDORP-DlTTrAX New style Black Vici plain toe boot slant top S 1-2 inches high leather Louis heel a shoe that combines service stj'le and wear .....$.00 MERBIAMS CHILDREN'S SHOES As well made as women's fine shoes made over nature shaped lasts of selected leathers in Patents with dull kid or cloth tops in lace or button $2.00 to $3.95 according to size. THE FOURTH LIBERTY LOAN IS IN PROGRESS ' Don't hang back do your share and do it at once. The enemy is watching and this bond issue must succeed. LITTLE ITEMS OF LOCAL INTEREST C. E. Gray las Moved from 813 Jack- son street to 1401...

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

Tarefl BROWNWOOD BULLETIN OIL FIELD NEWS AND" GOSSIP ON PAGE PRICE FIVE CENTS BROWNWOOD TEXAS FRIDAY OCTOBER 4 1918. VOL. XVII. NO. 301 SITUATION ON CHAMPAGNE FRONT GREATLY ALARMS GERMANS 'Allies 'N earing Rdilroad Which "Allows Movement Of German Reserves; Now Fighting Crown Prince and His Forces May Soon Compel Him to Retire. (By Associated Press) FRENCH HEADQUARTERS Oct 4. With the steady progress of the al- lies along an extended front from the river Afene to the Meuse the Ger- us are dally becoming- more alarm- ed orer the situation in Central Cham- pagae sector. The allied forces In their onward march are nearing the lateral railway which now allows the movement of the German reserves. His next line ct communication fe twelve miles aorth ofl this railway. In this imme- diate sector however the allies are dealing- with the Crown Prfnce who floes not desire to he the first Gor- man commander to order a retire- Meat A Selitefs Tribute. j A tribute to the skill and courage' jf his...

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

it-T BROWNWOOD BULLETIN OCTOBER 4 1918. ill fH" 1 ::"uJ I'M mmm II IP -: -m::m:i;:ry MWml W WIW f 'J 'I III ' ' I ' - " : v:ns- ;. .p-r: lip.m ) I1 . 'n''-i"ii'i' m wviv ilwlu iii Mil 09 a ize It All! Two million men have whispered sacred words of parting to mother wife and children; Millions of hearts have ached though a soag was on the lips. Two million men wonderfully like yourselfwith the same affections the same love of life and with just as orach -to lose as you have are fighting or are going over to scFEggle in mud and blood taai yon may ee secure. Man ! If you have a head' under yoar. skinand you have haven't you ?t : . ; Lend to support Ihese men Lend until it breaks you. ;'. Lend If you have to go short -of breads If. only you could realize ii ail5 . -It; wouIdn9t; be- necessary to ask youvfe ' . .-: OH': 1 GUT n ds T ! y V: As a part ol tiieir efforts to fight this T.vav io a prpmpl diid victcrtDiis conclusion this advertisement is endorsed and paidjfbr Ly "t"' "" ' .r t....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 4 October 1918

County Council of Defense Sets Price for Wood; $7.50 9 Seems Fair Price Per Cord SPOT BONDS made. i i SERVICE--Can We SerVe You? The Brownwood National Bank GOVERNOR HOBBY FIVE CENTS FAIR G0TT01 PR AUSTIN. Oct. 1. Gov. V p. Ho:;y nn.. in Wnciim?rtoti tn itro:nt his rea- . .0 r. ir p 1 nnntc nor nniini buus ifL i i - I-- for cotton win use uie nures oi Tnited States Department of Asricnl- ture to show that cotton growers h ve not received the price tlrat has been their nrndue.ts and that ne t-Aime nf ttm r-nttnn farmer has increos'.-d considerablv . The Governor ha detailed reports from the Agricultural Department or . . . ' the last five vears with th amonni:i pound paid producers and other data. ' Before leaving for "Washington the govornor w as advised by press reports that it was not oronocd to fix a minimum price on cotton but that the- government Would so into the market and buy. the cotton ne-essary for the United Stales and its ailief. He believes; that it is impoitant ti imn...

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

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN OCTOBER 4 1918. 3SyyDQOPOPPOOgaOOaOQOgOQra nnrnrmnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnmr-nrnnnnnnnnnr ui-juuiJULJLjijiJLJiJiJU!uiui nnnnmnnmnnnnnnmnrnnrfinnnnnnnnnrrSSSnl MMimii n n . i n nnmiii.iL n 11 ftJUUj JL JU1 JL JUC Fall Suits For Men and Young Men The most noteworthy clothes makers in America famous as style specialists have contributed to our display of Fall Suits-Campus Togs are repre- sented in our Fall stock. You get full value here-the greatest possible measure of fabric quality tailoring skill and style distinction-more for your money than most stores can possibly give you. Quick to take advantage of the greater variety of styles and the superior values which this store offers men are coming here more and more for their outfits-many have already bought their Fall Clothes. Fall Suits Designed For Young Men Young men who are guided in the selection of their Suits by the style features will respond at once to the splendid assemblage of smart Fall models shown here. They ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 4 October 1918

I- ' CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS WANTED WANTED At Red Wagon Yard sec- ond hand clothes. 303c WANTED Any xind or welding; eat- kfactloa guaranteed. Phone 113. 171tfc WANTED To bay second hand furni- ture. New Second Hand Store 110 E. Broadway Phone 975. 15Stfc WANTED Second hand gasoline en- gine 2 or 3 horse power. Must be in good condition. Phone J-927. 29tfc WANTED Good prices for your old furniture in exchange for new. Then call 484. Home Furniture Co. lmc WANTED To clean rugs after school and on Saturday with vaccum cleaner. Phone J-252. 302c WANTED Two or three rooms fur- nished for light housekeeping by fam- ily with five year old girl and small baby. Must be close in and well ap- pointed. Phone 136 and inquire for air. Lee between 8 a. m. and 5 p. m. 303c WANTED Woman to . assist with house work at 50S Coggin Avenue. Harry R. Male. 301 WANTED Second hand bicycle in good condition. W. L. Watson. Phone 42. 301c WANTED Hauling plowing etc. R M Coe. Phone J-7G0. 30Gp WANTED A large...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 4 October 1918

V f BROWNWOOD BULLETIN OCTOBER 4 1918. Clothes for The New At Popular Prices New Season LITTLE ITEMS OF LOCAL INTEREST Curds has been received anaounclnsr the safe arrival overseas of Eddie V. Gibbs. . -Xrs. L. E. Lancaster has received a card announcing the safe arrival over- seas of Jesse C Lancaster. Xr. and Mrs. Georffe D. Davis haTe received a card from their son Em- fmett stating that he has arrived safely overseas. ers was visited by a nightmare which took the form of making him believe that his brother was a German so he proceeded to attack him In true Amer ican style. Before he could be awak ened to the true situation ho had put the brother hors de combat and the services of a surgeon were required to sew up the wounds. We ara making' an effort to reduce the cost of doing business and earn- estly ask your cooperation. Looney Merc. Co. Johnson's for Drugs. The city Manager of this city lias been instructed to take out $.15000 fire insurance and $25000 tornado insur- ance on ...

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

ii BROWNWOOD BULLETIN OIL FIELD NEWS AND GOSSIP ON PAGE PRICE FIVE CENTS BROWNWOOD TEXAS SATURDAY OCTOBER 5 1918. VOL. XVIL NO. 302 AMERICAN TROOPS ARE SUCCESSFUL GERMAN Mitt 1 AMERICAN FORCES NOW THREATEN ENEMY'S GREATEST SINGLE LINE FERDINAND NOW OF COMMUNICATION SAYS MARCH: SEEMS CORRECT MAY INDICATE OESIRE FOR A SPEEDY PEACE JAMES STOKER DL'A U. By Associated Proas.) .NEW YORK Oct : '.fame'! Stoker banker lawyer and phil- N I i anthrcpist. died at Ridgeficld if Conn. He was best known for -I ? the. work ho hay done for the Y. M. C4. A; He had been decorated ! y France Russia and Italy. I LIBERTY LOANS (By Associated Tress) WITH THE AMERICAN'S AT VER- l DUN Oct f. Returning from a suc- I cessfnl balloon shooting mission jiist i before nightfall eight Ameri?an piir- j suit planes encountered five enemy ' machines. Alter " a stirring battle I which lasted Only fifteen minutes five of the enemy planes were down and all of the American pianos but. one safe on the way home. March's It...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 5 October 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN OCTOBER 5 1918 r - - . . .. Put Your "Dough" Behind The Blow Lend your money to Uncle Sam put your ''dough" behind the uppercut we're handing the Kaiserlet Militarism feel the hardness of the American Dollar ! You haven't any choice; in the matter. You must either fight or pay ;tor the fighting- You must lend either yourself or your money to the cause. "Welms'asse" would take a lot of encourage- ment from an unenthusiastically supported loan you'll make the Kaiser happy it you cling to your coin subscribe and subscribe a lot. The American army is over 100 million strong. Over two million men in uniform and over ninety-eight million in the army of Liberty Bond.buy- . The cause calls for the utmost in all of us. A tre- mendous effort now will be moie- powerful than a tremendous effort later you shorten the duration of the war with every dollar voir subscribe. . ' ; Now "cough up." Don't duck the issue. Get into this loan with your heart and soul. Buy-:-and see that ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 5 October 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN' OCTOBERS 1918. J SOCIETY Edited hy 2Irs. Jas. C. Wlilie - Phone 2i j VT.ar'' A refreshing beverage liassoX Tile chapter will meet cr.ch I i day In Compliment to 3Hss Urecr. Mrs. Baxter D. D. Greer assembled cbcut thirty friends on Wednesday afitinooii to incol 2.Ls3 Aima Lrou Greer of Korea. Oiiss Greer lias for Iho past six rears been in Korea as a missionary in the liocplials. Slio' is at home on a year's f .irlou$li and while here will take sp&cial training at Jchn Scaley's hr in Galveston. . Potted plants and garden blos?oms gyc the house tier:! decoration. Kn? tihf . tks divcrsica. o tae day was again the chosen diversion on this pleasing- occasu-n. A delightful feat- ure of the occasion was the excellent talk which M-'3s Greer gave on ht-r work iir Korea. Victroia rcco-ris or Korean music wore enjoyed and rlio entire afternoon v.-as one of rare and unusual enjoyment to the guests. Iced f Cone Heatherlc tea and sandwiches gave refreshment. An Annonnccnic...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 5 October 1918

.4 BROWNWOOD BULLETIN OCTOBER 5 1918. TIE BROWNWOOD BULLETIN MAY EG PRINTING CO. PROPS. Member Associated Press Published every afternooa except suaaay Office of PubllcaUon Bulletin Build- . yagr corner Brown and Lee Streets Miiered at the Postoffice at Brown- wood Texas as second class matter TELEPHONE Editorial Office No. 22 uusmees orace No. SUBSCRIPTION tu cents per month. $6.00 per year In advance. Any erroneous reflection upon the caaracter standing or reputation ot any person firm or corporation which may appear in the columns of The Dally Bulletin will be gladly corrected apon its being brought to the attention of the publishers. The Associated Prsss is exclusively entitled to the use for republication of all news dispatches credited to it or sot otherwise credited in this paper aad also the local news published erein. t THE PARSON'S COLUMN "A Thins of Shreds and Patckes" Victory victory swift and sure com- plete and glorious is in sight. Please God outraged Belgium will soo...

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

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN. OCTOBER 5 1918. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS WANTED WANTED At Red Wagon Yard sec- Deri band clothes. 303c WANTED Any Kind ol -welding; sat- fetactloa fuarasteed. Phone 113. 171tfc WANTED Pasturage for ten head horse stock. Phone J-1021. -304p WANTED Cook and chamber maid at the Brown wood Hotel. 302 tf FOR SALE TO THE PEOPLE OF IJROW.WOOJ) WANTED To do your paperhanging and painting. Phone R-9SQ. W. J. Crundwell. KOeod WANTED To huy second hand furni ture. New Second Hand Store. 110 E. Broadway Phone 975. PEPPER PEPPER PEPPER sweet or hot. Phone R-527 or call at the garden at the new dam. 304p FOR SALE Clark Jewel gas stove in perfect condition. Very reasonable If sold at once. Phone 793 or 22. tfdh FOR SALE Oakland ";;Senslb1esE looks good and is good. Will sell on terms to responsible party. See Bob Prater. 304c Constant watching our ad in the Bul- letin will reveal something to. you of interest just as this one will do. The W. R. "Scrimgeour home place on Vincent...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 5 October 1918

iSBll!e'.'3!W - BROWNWOOD BULLETIN OCTOBER 5 1918. i I f I I ; ; ' The Y--; Coggin National Bank Capitals 100000.00 DIRECTORS C. L. McCartney Ben F. Stone J. W. Gilliam E. B. Gilliam Geo. Kidd Your Business Appreciated vi"- L -' i ' i ' i- :- 1 In making night hideous with their barking keeping everybody on the street awake. She concluded by say 'ing that It was unpatriotic -for people to keep dogs Sergeant L. Hutler has arrived safely overseas according to a mes- sage received today by his parents Mr. and Mrs. W A. Butler. Churches First Baptist Church. All services as usual tomorrow at the First Baptist cliurch. General public invited. L. J. iMIMS Pastor. The Stonewall Jackson Camp U. C. V. will have their regular monthly business session tomorrow afternoon at .'5:30 at the court bouse. The U. D. C. is invited to attend. The United Slates Employment Service office today sent thirteen men to the Old Hickory munition plant at Jacksonville Tenn. where they will work for the governmen...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 7 October 1918

. PRICE FIVE CENTS BROWNWOOD TEXAS MONDAY OCTOBER 7 1918. VOL. XVII. NO. 303 4- - ? ALLIES CONVINCED THAT GERMANS ARE WITHOUT HONOR 1 I WAY Ml ff GILLESPIE WILL BUILD NEW 1m m m m mmm u .a. b. m m a m m mm. m m -M. mm m mm. ANI A) MIIHmAN-WIIHK hi mw a w m mm mm mmt f trgan Explosive Plant Destroyed By Fire Last Week tiwiu ne reconsiruciea in jraer 10 nanaie jvv crnmenl's Needs; Will Be Rebuilt Rapidly. psi occupy MANY NEWTOWNS i. the AFTER ADVANCE (By Associated Press) WITH BRITISH IN FRANCE Oct 7. The British have occupied many siew towns today. Their advance af- ter the retreating- Germans along the sector from Cambrai to Lens proved successful. The Germans continue the work of destruction. Additional fires have been observed Jn the neigh- borhood of Haubourdin and also near Lille. (By Associated .Press) PERTH AM BOY. K. J.. Oct. While a search of the ruins of burned plant .of the T. A. Gillespie Company at Morgan is being made for the bodies of the ninety-four men who are suppos...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 7 October 1918

be DC s a BE B PC oc DC oc B B8 30 ririnnnnr-nnrnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnDnnnnnDDnoDnnnnDnnnpnp DPPPgpppppgSDggppgPQcrxiPycaPcnDnpnpn aCOOS55355B55aD5 OQOUUOmUUUUUUUUULLUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUuuuuuu III " (zm? ASM lessness. 4- r in .1 Handcuffs! Make Militarism Impotent- Chain Barbarity Into Help- oy Liberty Bonds and Snap the Handcuffs on "Kuitur!" 111--. i : -t .' I--. 1'. : - 1 - T You'ean fight vfth- your : dollars. : You feaag&al a death blow with your money-you can score a knock- out with .your purse. "Snap 'em on!" Buying a $50 Bond is only buying enough it it cramps you to buy it. Buying a thousand dollar .bond is buying too tittle if you on !" can buy more em 3 V Y--B V Y--B V Y! -BUY all you can-more than you can easily buy-as much as you dare to spare youv'e got to get behind this thing with your mignt and main. ; A luke-warni attack won't win a trench and a list less Liberty - Bond .purchase won't be your full duty. Buy until you know you'...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 7 October 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN OCTOBER 7 191 8. fact? t onsil it is believed to have a good shoving. Gulf Production "well is a ga&ser showing about 15000000 cubic Tcet to bo cut off and drilling resumed well being down now 2100 feet. At a depth of 1.4-12 feet the Schultz well near MiIlersviey in Concho coun- ty showed oil. Several feet of oil sand showed up." when drilling waff suspended until dngineers could make n. detailed survey of the well and de 1 Of F?'ed Netfs trnd Gossip cide what farther steps to' take. This ) is the second well drilled on this lease.; the first being abandoned because of; loss of-.drill. . 7 r wRi I i ' 7 iW - - - vr - iwE AND SEE THE GUNS CAPTURED BY OUR BOYS AT CHATEAU THIERRY NCII ''SEVENTY-FIVE" AERIAL TORPEDO DEPTH BOMB AND OTHER WAR TROPHIES MAKE. UP INTERESTING EXHIBIT. UlU mm c i. Ill r OP 1 1 yppL v Prepare for Test Near Cross Plainsl Iff ITtf CP OSS PLAINS. Texas Oct 7 h wS ; I H'P LUKinger and Mat Yost of Butler. 31J w Si lljpa have arriied here prepa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 7 October 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN OCTOBER 7 1915. 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 Entered at the Postoffice at Brown- wood Texas as second class matter TELEPHONE Editorial Office No. 22 Business Office No. 3 SUBSCRIPTION 60 cents per month. $6.00 per year In advance. Any erroneous reflection upon the character standing or reputation of any person firm or corporation which may appear in the columns of The Dally Bulletin will be gladly corrected upon its being brought to the attention of the nublishers. .The Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to the use for republication of all news dispatches credited to it or opt otherwise credited in this paper aad &lo the local news published herein. THE SECRET DOCUMENTS. Springfield (Mass.) Republican: If any doubt exists that Lenin Trbtzky and their associates were tools of Germany. It would be dispel...

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