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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 8 October 1918

Tw BROWNWOQD BULLETIN miENZA PRICE .FIVE CENTS BROWNWOOD TEXAS TUESDAY OCTOBER 8 1918. r WILSON'S FORWARDED . (By Associated Press.) WASWESGTOX Oct. 8 S:J5 p. jfc PresWest Wilson iHforwed Nw GeyernweHt that be. tonr tk Uftfteil States could (lis- cs ai arwlslioe German troops R UUUJI5 m.A In- JBist be Vkk4rxwH from. Vft44 csry. r Me iris asked Prhi XaxiauH. M whctktr kc rr t?sented tke CfwH people r tke authorities f W MMre k are conduct- lap tke w' fl ifUl PTfll Lll IM h I Ml r N FROM If. S. MAIL; F ( By Associated Press.) MEMPHIS Oct S. -Postoffice in- g factors are Investigating the disap- M.rance cf ten thousand dollars from a?r5sired mail package which was wailed T3E?.l8t week to the Bank at Baldwin. "Wk- te package was op ened at Baldwin a bundle of newspa ... - ""' . i i per clippings were fount! instead of GERXAX LOSSES HEAVY. (By Associated Press) CANADIAN HEADQUARTERS Oct 8. Smarting under heavy losses sus- tained last week north of Cambrai the Germans hare xiven up Infant...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 8 October 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN OCTOBER 8 1918. THE BR8WHW00C BULLETIN MAYES PRINTING CO. PROPS. Member Associated Press Published every afternoon except Suaday Office of Publication. Bulletin Bulld- iag comer Brown and Lee Streets Entered at tke Postoffice at Brown wood Texas as second claBS matter 1ELEPMONE Editorial Office -Np. 22 Business Office 8 SUBSCRIPTION CO cents per niontb. 6.00 per year in advance. Anv nrronpoiiR reflection upon the character standine or reputation J anv aeraon. firm or corporation which enatr annMP In Ihe columns Of The Daily Bulletin will be gladly corrected upon its being brought to the attention of the nu Wishers. Th Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to the use for republication el all news dispatches credited to it or not otherwise credited in this paper and also tbe local news published herein. IX BAD COMPANY. Austria claims that sbe is in no way i to be blamed for the war. - Germany has been the transgressor. Austria has only fought a defensive. But whe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 8 October 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN. OCTOBER 8 "1918. iJScen&my Through Quality .fMaUU "The Composite" A Nettleton Model Blucher Style. Of Long- wearing Glazed Kid. Tlfe Composite" is a good example of tbescieBtifiC and practical attitude of HHtletoH designers. Because' this nodel .is cut Itco sizes under through heel and instep it exactly meets the requreents of thousands of men so fk&t it has without ouestion the largest aaJe of any high-grade shoe in the -work). AM Nettleton Shoes offer the Wrer a diatiBct advantage. They trpfy" elect "Economy Through Vuaky" a .mnui are roo all rpwpeoetff mswmmwm Co. Azeat far XHilHen Men's Shoes the World' Hnwt PERSONAL ITEMS Charles Eaton of Tulsa Okla. is feere-loohlng over the oil situation. ilrs. Charlie Low returned last night from San Antonio. Mrs. W. F. Sumpter left Sunday night lor Houston. Mrs. Ewlng Freeland of San Anto- nio spent today with home folk. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Pittman are visiting in Waxahachle. Mrs. iP. Wolf has gone to Bisbee. Ari...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 9 October 1918

BRO WN WOOD BULLETIN OIL FIELD NEWS AND GOSSIP ON PAGE PRICE FtVE CENTS BROWN WOOD TEXAS WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 9 1918. VOL. XVII. NO. 305 HAS BEEN CAPTURED AND EIGHT I CAM BRA! HOUSAnD prisoners taken GERMANS MUST AC CtPT Al I FOURTEEN PEACEHRMS: NO S r JfAXLMILIAS I.N.SI.M'EUE DISCUSSION OF PEACE III t (By Associated Press.) WASHINGTON. Oct. . By an $ adroit diplomatic move Presi- 'V clout Wilson has laid ji (rap for 'v German official hands if the Sc. peace proposal made by Maximil- 's" ian was in the least insincere in tho view of officials today arter studying the communication to the German Chancellor. mwm nun THENIS WILSON'S REPLYIfrengh making . i QUITS WOT NOW FIGHTING WITH OUR IN AISTIMAV t'AITU IS SWORN L SIvVHAV AS OOMJIAMM-K OF POLISH AIiHV. IIKJtKKHT -j nun p nmri n urn irHifiuudiiiirHLLdimu HANDS Also Germany Must Withdraw Her Troops from Invaded Country Before Allies Will Even Discuss Peace; J Reply Forwarded to Switzerland Yesterday. President "Wilson in a note of inquir...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 9 October 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN OCTOBER 9 1918. 'isrr rvr MAYES PRINTING CO.. PROPS Member Associated Press Published ever afternoon Sunday than Christianity. And the blood of .martyrs is not in vain. The Judas of 5 ' - .. .. . ) i j a raise pacifism may sneer "Ypy this i waster Bnt.the Perfume of the except costly ointment freely pourod forth y I lha irnlhnil vriiiv.- t-f AinArin. L-;u m w . ...j lllfvi U It lit III llli Offiee ot Publication Bulletin Build-; the house of -humanity and wheroso- mcssase of noble living is Rnfr nr 1ip PnQtnfioo t ntnn.. """fV" " wijuiy. n 01 ui. umro IfllS whI Texas as second class matter TELEPHONE Kdir ial Office ... 1?a-.p. ffl?o also' which these men have done shall he tpld as ti memorial of thuaj and as a thrillhur reill nod elinllpinp io itr o 90 -r Vo.3j ty Mld wortu-v sjprrIco.f-Chrlia-: . JV eha an. may Da.h SUBSCRIPTION : R'ont-a. . $0LOO per year 'a advance. ""''. criectnm unon tbo; -.':tiLc or reputation of .-Cfiilfcrns Four Times Snatched From Jaws of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 9 October 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN. OCTOBER 9 1918. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS Oii Field Nam and Gossip Special on Domestic For 3 Days ! WAI FOR SALE TO TIIK PEOPLE OK JSKOWMVOOI) HIE A vrhittes.v 522. WANTED- Phone 'oman. to cook. -3o;tr sonuK fat COKER wants Phone R-S24. yearlings. aiop WANTED Any xlnd or welding; sat- isfaction guaranteedPhone 113. . S 171tfc WANTED Cook andhckepeTat once. Call 1307 Avcpti&j Ford Audi- tion. 303e WANTED Two unfirmiShed rooms for light housekeefiTOCjjy couple in quiet home without children. Mrs. Snow. Phone R-ltJnO. 30Sn FOR SALE Good ForA roister Iflld model in Al conditlqiwKiiox Grocery 0a I BEAUTIFUL sndfr white Spitz puppy! for sale; seven "wo1m old. I'lioiiej J-340 or call at DOfXAustih Avenue. I FOR SALE Two latest model adding and listing machines first class con"- dition. . Terms reasonable. Apply at this office. : . 30Sp Constant watching our ad in the Bul letin will reveal something to you of interest just as this one will do. The W. R. Scimgeour hom...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 9 October 1918

MILITARY GOODS! REGULATION MILITARY HATS That will give and are priced .$3.50 and REGULATION LEGGINS stayed at only service .$5.00 Extra hoavy duck legghi - Svoll $2.25 WOOL SUITS Wq -will 'be glad to haVc your order Tor wool dress suits at $35.00 to .$45.00 in Wool Serge or Worsted. KHAKI SUITS Regulation 'lvliak $12.50 and Suits-to order at $10.00. $15.00 ARMY SHOES Welt soles Munson last- very durable and; comfortable for ;..$6.50 Buy Liberty Bonds! murders. The money you buy war quick and put a stop to in atrocities and "with Avill 'lieln end tlie plunder. - . Hd who CAN BUY dajr wlieji the boys WHO WOULMCOT EVEN LOAN II1S .MONEY to .UJCCLl SAM TO IIHGP THE BOYS WHO FOUGHT. i i .regret it ill his dying ?i oul as a man 'THE ST0QB:F0F ALL THE PEOPLE Mrs. Waller Harper lias received a message announcing the sale arrival overseas of her brother Jim Pickens. V Announcement is made of the ar- rival of a fine baby boy born to Mr. and Mrs. Brooke SmiLli Jr. yesterday. The young man. lia...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 10 October 1918

1 BROWNWOOB BULLETIN EftlCE FIVE CENTS BROWN WOOD TEXAS THURSDAY OCfbBEk 10 1918. VOL. XVII. NO. 306 GERMAN LINES NOW AT THE MERCY OF THE BRITISH 1 1ICANTR00PS CAPTURE ENEMY POSITIONS; ATTACK I KRIEMHILD LI TODAY In Brilliant Speedy Attack By the Americans German Forces Give Up Much Ground; Pass Through Cuncl- Wood Despite Many Enemy Machine Guns. mum if be REeTED U. S. SENATOR flf DEMOCRATIC PARTY IRT FOW REPUBLICAN CAX- MBATX rm U. 8. SENATE ON B1HOCKATIC TICKET. (By Associated Pres3.) DETROIT. Oct. 10 When the vot- ers C Michigan $9 to the polls in the .November election to decide the sena- torial contest they -will "bring to a cHobax a situation almost un pa railed in Mkaigan political history. Henry Ford choice of President Witeen and carrying the endorsement oi the democratic organization despite hie announced Intention of holding himself free from all party obliga tions will have as his republican op ponent Truman -H. Newberry com- nander of the Third Naval district and secre...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 10 October 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN OCTOBER 10 1918. Tf?P RPftWMWOflft RTTT IFNlf!01 overnmenl in their Iiahlls arc tools the war to have their factories com- .Z WUlililii iil in tle httnda of infants who can break mandeerod arid their normal business AYT2S PRINTING CO. PROPS hi mirror with the hammer oivsaw the completely stopped yeP they SVe not Menibcr Associated Press " ".ished every afternoon except Sanday f6 o Publication Bulletin Build- ing cor.ner Brown and Lee Streets "ntered at the Postoffice at Brown- " -d. Texas as second class matter TELEPHONE Editorial Office .. ... r the Office. ......... No. 22 . No. S SfBHCRIPTION enfs per month. $5.00 poc year in advance. ny erroneous reiiecuoa upon the acter standing or reputation Of F-nv person rirm or corporation -which tv -r appear in the columns of Th Bulletin will be gladly sorrecled :-tn its being brought to the attention !' 'he Duhllshcrs. leg off a chair but oai not nail two boards together plumbly. . Wc have no notion 'that the kaiser can...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 10 October 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN. OCTOBER 10 1918. V CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS WANTED "Wanted Man for Phone 474 or. J-642. bookkeeper. 30Gtf WANTED To do your paperhanging and painting. Phone R-9S6. W. J CrundweH. 320eod WANTED A white woman Phone'522. to cook. -305tf COKER wants Phone. R-S24. some fat yearlings. 310p WANTED Any xlnd or welding; aat- Jafactloa guaranteed. Phone 113. 171tfc WANTED Quantity of 4 1-2 or 5-inch artesian or oil well casing in good condition. AVrlte and quote price f. o. b. Brownwood. J. S. Daley Dublin Texas. 307c WANTED Chamber maid and dish washer. Phone 742. WANTED Two unfurnished rooms lor light housekeeping by 'couple in quiet home without children. Mrs. Snow. Phone R-10f0. 30Sp "WANTED Prices on well drilling im- mediately. Phone No. C. 120S -Main avenue. 309c VV.V.Ji FOR. SALK Krleht. voll lmlwl1J fcM frw. 2 mIpa. Prnt nr intich casing first class condition; 77c rtdpMeats. Low prices yet. Freight ec-kalf. E. I. Holland Xldlothian. Texas; Phene 103. P. S. Xiht b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 10 October 1918

A BROWNWOOP BULLETIN OCTOBER 10 1918. Dresses Hold the Center m'STO0E FOB PERSONAL ITEMS le Sob returned this morning from Fort Worth. Mrs. A. C. Johle of Clifton is a guest of Mrs. C. A. White. Edison Johle of Clifton is a guest of Mr..C. A. White. Mrs. Bud Rhone returned this morn ing-from Pine Bluff. Ark. .J. D. White of Dublin is a guest of hl son Jim White and wife. 'Hooier Lawrence of Trlckham is vi-giting In Brownwood this week. i J. G. Fischer of Clifton is a guest - in the home of C. A. White and family ? Tom Wilsoa and family of Brady are ..guests ofMr. and Mrs. Gliddon Wilson j W. D. Armstrong spent today in Me nard os his regular watch inspecting tour for the Frisco. Mrs. c. w. joule or umton is a guest of her daughter. Mrs. C. A. White. Miss Adelle Steffins has returned to San 'Angelo after a visit with Mrs. Sol LocketL ' J." "C. Roseborough of San Diego Calif. is a. guest of bis sister. Mrs. J. Walter Tabor. .Walter Caldwell of Brady spent to- day here to attend the fu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 11 October 1918

iTi BROWNWOOD BULLETIN OIL FIELD NEWS AND GOSSIP ON PAGE PRICE FIVE CENTS BROWNWOOD TEXAS FRIDAY OCTOBER 11 1918. VOL. XVII. NO. 307 AMERICAN FORCES DRIVE GERMANS ON ALL FRONTS STRONG ALLIED PRESSURE IE GERMANS I GIVE UP IMPORTANTPOSITIONS Italian Forces Maying Great Advances Near Court Econ; In Champagne Sector French Have Crossed the Suippe River and Gained' Good Footing. WERE NOT I0LD ARE TO BLAME (By Associated Press.) COPENHAGEN Oct 11. The un- restricted submarine warfare would j never have been proclaimed if thej German people had not been dece'iv- ed and misled writes George Bernard ! In the Berlin Voss-Is-Che Zeituug. j "If we had known that President J Wilson had been continually request- j to act as peace mediator and even mat specuiea conaiuons ior l)eate i ha4 been submitted our action would j that specified conditions for peace at 4he moment that unrestricted sub- marine warfare was declared that President Wilson had agreed to ac cept the role of mediator the Ger-j ima...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 11 October 1918

jr- . . ;'5-; 4'- - v-.' BROWNWOOD BULLETIN OCTOBER II 19 i 8. nil. . ! 1 .: y " : . ' - .1 . ;- - .. - : you evejjought;i . f F r Have eel that you don't know the unseen ? f ; wii&r ' me future has in Do you know the f ear ? store for you : of it? : . .fr ; uur ooys uo. But they grit their teeth 3 remember tneir American I birth and go forward. Are you anxious abouF meeting LibertvBond oav-i merits h Jf Manl youi" duty is clear. Lend as our boys fight I Fearlessly courageous- lly with but o.ne thought Ivictory. . f. f- Buy Liberty Bonds (to your utmost. -i . parf of thfeif fpl ttielf of fortl io fijvhlt thll'to a prompt and victorious conclusion; this advertisement is endorsed and paid fpr by 0; WALKER-SMITH COMPANY KMMMWVMMmMMMHMHMHMHM M WM mm mm mm mm mm mm mr J- 1 It K Jt JC -J .' -A. WW tftf

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 11 October 1918

..'-. ' 1 1 1 ' i- - . i ' BROWNWOOD BULLETIN OCTOBER 11 1918. :l ' i i - - - '. - : . I ! t Soldier Convicted of For gin g . Pass Given Five Years; Draft Man Who Fired at Sheriff Freed Clarence W. Brazleton Company E 111th engineers received a five year prison term and forfeited all pay ami allowances by verdict of a Camp Bowie court martial according to an an- nounccmcnt Wednesday by Lieutenant McCarthy acting judge advocate. Brazleton was charged with desert- ing July 14 and with forging a pass which permitted him to visit Okla- homa and with forging a similar pass for Will Bishop of the same company. Brazleton was arrested at Sherman August 6 He was convicted of being A. W. O. L.. besides the forgeries and the sen- tence was approved by the reviewing authorities. He will be taken to the Leavenworth prison. Dishonorable dis- charge which was part of the sen- tence is suspended. William Frank Williams a recruit of the detention cam? who was ar- rested in Johnson county Oklahoma. i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 11 October 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN OCTOBER' 11 1918 TIE BROWNWOOD BULLETIN! MAYES PRINTING CO. PROPS. Member Associated Press Published every afternoon except Sunday Office of Publication Bulletin Build- lag corner Brown and Lee Streets Entered at the Postoffice at Brown wood Texas as second class matter TELEPHONE Editorial Office No. 22 Business Office t No. 2 SUBSCRIPTION 60 cents per month $6.00 per yer in advance. Any erroneous renecuon upon tin character standing or reputation o y person firm or corporation whicl may appear in the columns of Tin Daily Bulletin will be eladly correctec poa its being brought to the attention J ef the Publishers. The Associated Press is exblusiyeh titled to the use for republication of all aews dispatches credited to it oi ot otherwise credited In this papei aaa also the local news published aereia. LaaaaaHaMEBaViaiiBflaVaaaBlaaV AiO HINDER (O.M.MOX I D V. A INCOIMIKCT. UASKI) ITON WISHES ItATIIKK THAS FACT. " TO HELL WITH THE KAISER" LYK1C TODAY AMI TOHOKIMMV. A...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 11 October 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN. OCTOBER 11 1918. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS WANTED "WANTED Man for dairy worK Cood pay to right iarty. Phone -19 or see Frank Wood. 30ip WANTED Man Phone 474 or J -042. for bookkeeper. -aoctf WANTED A Phone (522. white woman to cook. -305tf COKER wants Phone R-824. sonic fat ' .yearlings. FOR SALE Moving and Hauling FOR SALE Cood Ford roadster 11)10 1 MOVING AND HAULING SERVICE model in Al condition. Knox Grocery. UEAUTIFl7L aiioW while Spitz jitinny for sale; .seven" Weeks old... i'.hono J-340 pr call at 900 Austin AveiAie. FOR $ALE Two latest model ttdding l U. S. Employment Service Bulletins Motor trucks. General hauling pack- ing crating and moving. City Trans- fer Company. Phone 482. Office: Elite Cigar Store. 176c During the month of October only we The war industries of the country arc perilously short offmen. The sit- uation with regard to common labor Is especially critical. War work must have men at any cost. The volunteer principle "of enrollment will b...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 11 October 1918

BROWN WOOD BULLETIN OCTOBER II 1918. CLOTHES OF ALL-WOOL OOL nure wool with no taint of cot ton is today as always the fabric standard in Kirschbaum Clothes To put cotton into a suit and thus take away from its wearing qualities means waste not conservation To save wool buy only clothes of all-wool all- wool backed up by solid workmanship and then give the garments proper and constant care cJ&schbaum. (Clothes nly-O UP TO ?50 IMPORTANT MEETING AT TABERNACLE "WAR 'ADDRESS9 TO BE DELIV- ERED by iiox. McCartney TONIGHT AT 8:30. HEMPHILL FAIN CO. There will be no more interesting "address delivered In Brown county titan that scheduled for tonight at the Christian Tabernacle when Hon (. I McCartney will speak on the subject of the war and matters relating to same. Jtrdge McCartney has made a deep study of the subject from the very fceginm'ng of the conflict even before the United States was involved in the great struggle and his con- clusions formed after a careful re- view of each p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 12 October 1918

1 BROWKWOOD BULLETIN OIL FIELD NEWS AND GOSSIP ON PAGE 5 PRICE FIVE CENTS BROWNWOOD TEXAS. SATURDAY OCTOBER 12 1918. VOL. XVII. NO. 308 GERMANY POSSIBLY ACCEPT ILSON'S DEMANDS GERMAN A1Y NOW DISASTER 1 E TO On All Fronts Allied Forces Are Proving lo Be More I nan Germans Can Handle; Foqh Army Strikes Great Blow In the Champagne Sector. GERMANS MAKE GREAT EFFORT TO STOP ENEMY ARE BLOWING VY ALL BRIDGES AND ARE FURIOUSLY DIGGING THEMSELVES IX. (By Associated Press) WITH THE BRITISH ARMY IN FRANCE Oct 12. The enemy has be- gun an attempt to slow up the advance of the Anglo-Americans along the main battle front. All the bridges across tb Selle from Le Cateau southward hve been dynamited and the Germans are furiously digging in. L MILITARY POWER CBy Associated Press) LONDON Oct. 12. German military power la already under civil control according to a propagandists interview Ith Mathias Erzberger. the Centrist leader of the Reichstag. He points to the elimination of General Von Stlen. the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 12 October 1918

l9MKMMMBMMM IIHJIXKHX HI 1 8 (te.-k BROWNWOOD BULLETIN OCTOBER 12 1918 te;.i?Tr.y - KGIWSS THEY DO j Satwrrtia .''VSEis -. - f. it -w.-T. C t:icn sjri:"b'-such aj command with a ii?df satisf a'c ti on. j 1 ) v a frrcop?vicktessesstliat will sink fear in to his bmthh IiwirL Your wea:4 ' The Eochc f ca ii i!k'Sc as hc?ifea a bayonet lor deep dovvn in-his. m' heart Kefc'iiows xX (!;ec thiii; iire already winning the warj " V-: -- Jg Lend as feajfesiy as our boys flrt. Sacrifice seM as 'they do ar;J raring to tlic attack there's atiiHM in bcir.3 on tKc off jnr.lvc. 1-.. 1 ife 1 ; I - .t i- -A t 4 1 r - - - Bonds a 1 w -r -I ' Uf 1 . 'i y i - As a part of theiif effSto fi:t r?i':vv.-r to r. -r--. ;-f ''yjmlrs. cc::ci -t1ii&tcJycrti;ic:i: -.it ' .h r-.c.i ..il 1" l-y Hardy h Denny . Curry & Brewer Rex Gail her Modrfs Cafe fjohnson's Grocery A. H. Weslerrnan Ed f$ailcy AMWScIoti & Son Betier Service Garage J. R.- Kendal ly Mardvvarc Buck Tailoring Co. Jim M. Whalcy J .L. Morgan...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 12 October 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN OCTOBER 12 1918. 6 X SOCIETY I'i Alpha Social Reeling. Miss Pearl Ratliff entertained the members of the Pi Alpha Literary So- ciety of Daniel Baker College and the new girls of the college on Tuesday afternoon at licr home on College street. The handsome Ratliff homo was abloom with blossoms and potted plants. Tabic games and conversation were enjoyed and cherry ice cream and cake were served. Dinner Party. Mrs. J. B. Turner assembled a few friends at dinner on Wednesday eve- ning naming Mrs. J. Spangcnburs of Galveston the honor guest. On the handsomely laid nlaecs were marked for Mrs. SpangcnburgIxmg Secretary. Mrs. J. W. Malone Mrs. G. D Shands of Now Orleans Mrs. B.L. TabeY Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Taber Rev. and Mrs. Sam G. Thompson Judge and Mrs. Mc- Cartney J. C. Rosebrough of Califor nia Mr. and Mrs. Turner. At Pinner. Mrs. C. L.. McCartney entertained at dinner on Tuesday evening naming Mrs. G. D. Shands of New Orleans and!C(j jn increasing quantities to rurni...

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