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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 12 October 1918

BRDWNWOOD BULLETIN OCTOBER 12 1918. TIE 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- irood Texas as second class matter TELEPHONE Editorial Office Business Office No. 22 . No. 3 SUBSCRIPTION 60 cents per month. $6.00 per year in advance. Any erroneous reflection upon the character standing or reputation of My person firm or corporation -which may appear in the columns of The Daily Bulletin will be gladly corrected upon itg being brought to the attention of the Publishers. The Associated Frees Is exclusively entitled to the use for republication of all news dispatches credited to it or set otherwise credited in this paper aad also the local news published herein. REPRISALS. Germany Is mad. No people could countenance the outrages committed by German .soldiers and at the same time appreciate the powers of justfee a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 12 October 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN. OCTOBER 12 1918. ' 5 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS WANTED FOR SALE Moving and Hauling U. S. Employment Service Bulletins i WAXTI'D To fa le a rod pig far Col-; FOR SALK RJI7 Foru lie pup.. Phone ini. e. Wilbur Smith. Approximately SO.nou men arc noed- ed for the Motor Transport Corps aj tew ior fnity at Home ami the Laiar for overseas duty all tor enlistment tourfetg car .MOVING AND HAULING SERVICE- ;f .woior true ks. uenerai nauiingr pacK-;nUj jirjlt.tion Jw. ! inir. cratinc and mnvine. Citv Trans-t i:a..t m WANTKW - Two lar.e rnfrnisled0R SA UK-Flat .op ofiiee desk andjfer Company. Phono 482. Office: pn V s h -Z- " rcrnQ fvr tltrnn small miite 1- lentil! t..a . t JfUU J i iftjmnMDlo lof about OllP- - - . -j uuc-iw ixiu i-viiLMvj itvr an. .visu Kiiie tjiirar mro. 1 7hCLrn.i. uu. " ' ' 7 li I LII U M if til 1 Vi . ' - - c jc jjc jx: jc ic ;r ir ir r t it- jc k c c zx -if c -it- -v- -v- -5 l A B Jl B B B B B. B B B B B B B B B B B B ) B fl H A B B B X B X B KXJLKAJUUU...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 12 October 1918

BROWN WOOD BULLETIN" OCTOBER "1 2 "1 91 & Churches CLOTHES OF ALL-WOOL OOL pure wool with no taint of cot- tonis today as always the fabric standard in Kirschbaum Clothes To put cotton into a suit and thus take away from its wearing quahties 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. Zftlrschbaum Clothes $1v-17?-50 UP TO HEMPHILL FAIN CO. .i Copyright 1)1$ A. U. LmJituuu Compjnr Coffin Aye. Baptist Church. Sunday school at 9:45 a. in. Preach ing by Pastor W. It. Hornburg at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Primitive Baptist Chnrclu Elder J. B. Denton will preach at the Primitive Baptist church on Bra dy Avenue Sunday morning at eleven o'clock and at the evenftig servico. t'hurch of Christ (Austin Ave. Tabernacle.) Bible lesson 10:4 a. m; Lord's Sup per 11:45 a. m.; Preaching 11 a. m and &:ir n. m. Come and enjoy these services -with us. W. M SPECK Mm- Ister. First ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 14 October 1918

extra BROWNWOOD BULLETIN extra PRICE FIVE CENTS BROWNWOOD TEXAS MONDAY OCTOBER 14 1918. VOL. XVII. NO. 309 AUTOCRACY CEASE BEFOR MUST Gil u ATRO CITIES MANY GETS PEACE NO ADVANTAGE OF ALLIED ARMIES WILL BE LOST WHEN ARMISTICE TIME COMES DECLARES PRESIDENT WILSON TODAY WILSON'S REPLY ASSURES WORLD THAT ALLIES WILL NOT ACCEPT COMPROMISE' ! ! President Wilson s Reply to Germany Meets Approval Of All; Text of Wilson Note By Associated Press WASHINGTON . Oct. 1 47 :30i-President: WH- so n late today informed the German Gbvernment thatthe! u- only consideration upon which an armistice could be granted would be that atrocities on land and on &ea must cease. The President also gave notice to Germany that be- fore final peace could come AUTOCRACY MUST GO. 7 This statement was also made: at ihe White house. The American government will continue to send over every month a quarter of a million men with their sup- plies. On the part of America there will be no relaxa- tion of any kind." Germ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 14 October 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN OCTOBER 14 1918. Letters from the Front mm MG6EE mm tt ill I uii BOY FI! things but I am restricted In what . I crfn say. I -wish' too that I cultl write yon a longer letter but my time is limited. You arc in school; now and I want yon to study hard;' you will never he sorry of it. ! I.elfcr from Km mi County Soldier Somewhere in Franeer Scjit. 15) IMS Mrs. J. W; Lockhart. Dear .Mothor--.1t just forty-two days ago. Some mail win answer your letter 1 rccoivei service We have. the Fren.-h. so wo havo been settled down evep since. This is a great life if you do not weaken." We often' think and talk of onr nice" beds we use to have hark at home; also'iiow ni.-e the soldier life was in. the training casup ih Aiiierica. : Just Tit this moment our mail has ar rived. 1 received your lettor of July isTii'MN lOxrAxiossHir am Kit. r ; IfA.N OFFICERS AM) EX LIST- think I lTe eigd lvD.EX GKEAT MUYILKCJK. ) cause I Zn thmk are yesterday." I was glad to hear from 1 you. I am wel...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 14 October 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN. OCTOBER 14 1918. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS WANTED WASTED To tiade a red pig for Col- koh SALE W47 Ford louring 'car lin mm nlinnn !'H 94t'. ...... . . ... ... lie pup. Phone 4:504. 5 " V " r wuulfOR SALlClJood wnm and harness. I pay fo right parly.. Phone 49 or seeL : . ... . tl v.r JinMIir fwther pactlaiUirs see nje :U r. r; i'ttink Wood. . . 3uPp. . ' ; .. .'v v T T ltL.MbW . .Mil II. 1U1 UU'JVICU)I.-1 . Phone 474 or J-G42. inY -I c . - "WANTED A white woman to cook - Phone 522. -MUt COKER wants some fat yearlings. Phone R-S24. 3ltfp vi ir sat- WANTED Any Kind of welding; sat isfaction guaranteed.. Phone 113 WANTED Chamber iuaid ami dish"1"0 lu wia- .r-; washer. Phono 712. SHaf;.raniyueeus cic. at uany u uneun "WANTED To do your paperhangiiig and painting. Phone ll-'JSG. W. .. Crundwell. SlWeod "WANTED To let font raft for several 300 foot wells. See or plume W. L. "Woodard Santa Anita. Tea; "WANTED Two unfurnished jwjnr A Jill.' L U lllll ill iUUllIT itt' Lnnb...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 14 October 1918

1 vi rs ihjr lxa BROWN WOOD BULLETIN OCTOBER 14 1918. The Finest Shoes for Women Our Shoe Department The Finest Place To Get Them There's just one way of being sure that you'll get the best Shoes for vour money and that ia-.to come here for them. For style quality and value our brands of footwear are with- out equals. You can 'be posi- tive that these styles are best and our prices the fairest such good footwear can be sold for. These Shoes were purchased some tunc ago when wholesale prices were much lower and therefore selling for nearly what they would cost wholesale today. The timfe for New Shoes is nowthe Place to get them is herethe Shoes to get are BROWN KID DRESS SIIOES-Louis !heels plain foc eight inch tops $6.50 7.S5 and GREY KID SHOES Louis heels plain toes ci'glit irn-h tops very dressy $6.50 $7.50 and WITH MILITARY .HEELS ' FINE WALKING BOOT Grey or kid "leather stylish cloth tops that match perfectly welt soles. . . w FINE WALKING BOOTS All grey or. brown kid welt sole ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 15 October 1918

T OIL FIELD NEWS AND GOSSIP ON PAGE PRICE FIVE CENTS BROWNWOOD TEXAS TUESDAY OCTOBER 15 1918. VOL. XVII. NO. 310 GERNAN FORCES WITHDRAW WITH HEAVY LOSSES 4 today i BROWN WOOD BU LLETIN WILSON S REPLY ENDSTALK OF ARMISTICE UNTIL ENEMY IS READY TO SURRENDER " 1 1 i Latest Photograph of General Pershing A More Mild Treatment May Be Given Austria and Tur- key Should They Surrender Without Regard to the Course of Germany; Note Cabled to Berne. (By Associated Press. ) WASHINGTON Oct. 15. Wilson's reply to the German note is the ending of all talk concerning an armis- tice until the Germans are willing to surrender and the final' closing of the doors to a peace with kaiserism was on ; the cables today if it has not already arrived at Berne j So far the president has not dealt with the pleas oft T' 1 1 A . T T T-l ' 1 . I luncey ana Austria - nun gary. l nere is no indication? this that these allies of Germany will hear from him until thente "fte dominant factor of the central alliance make...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 15 October 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN. OCTOBER 15 1918. H BROWNWOOD BULLETIN M A VL'S PRINTING CO.. Til HPS. Member Associated Press v-itytshed every nftemoon except Sunday Office of Publication Bulletin Build- tag corner Brown and Tee Streets Kntered H- tha Postoffice At Brawn- waod.' Te is. as stvnud clfith matter TELEPK 3 Editorial Office siness Office . . . . . No. 3 SUBSCRIPTION cents per month. C.OO per year in advance. Any "erroneous rejection upon tlu character standing or reputation 01 any person firm or corporation whicb ttay appear in the columns of Tht- 1'ally Bulletin will be gladly correcte: !on its being brought to the attention ). the publishers. The Associated Press Is exclusively r titled to the use for republication ol H news dispatches credited to it 01 ! nt otherwise credited In this panel rnd'. also the local news published 'i-rein . tiiitics end the . need of Vast quantb-! ties will be-jmparatlve. It is. belier-! od that individual . traders in Jerniany will not be permitted to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 15 October 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN. OCTOBER 15 1918. CLASSIFIES) ADVERTISEMENTS NUEVO LAREDO WANTED Moving and Hauling FOR SALE 1i mi tci.it well machine . omplete. wit'i le;mi or pas engine b'0-l ; Phono 2SG or call at 7ii Fisk avenue. MOVING AND HAULING SERVICE 314 ; Motor trucks. General hauling pack ing: cratinz and movinc. Citr Trnns- "oiem mat. tom-jfer company. Phone 482; Office: i MUK Muai suivc smau vein;- vutn rtcm cc T 1 r tl -1 .... " smuiu u ici M.uimu mi si'imai eraier one inumm riouru one iaiy bee or phono . .L.tmggfe --one :Pierce-A prow bicycle. 'During the' month of October only we Anna Toxn. H16n-f?tt water stove 'and 20. gallon tank. (will vulcanize a hole in an inner tuh.e hnrni IIITi' rtl WANTED Thousa ml feet G 7-S fcotS inch; 300 feet 10 inch; all heavy casing for cash. Geo. A. O'Hara. lOut Vine street. - 312;i burner 176c WANTED 1000 foot wells. Woodward Santa e i -in i nti'ii-tni.- CV... stt..ri WA.TKD-LaundreSS; .all and delh- ; ; " a " " ' """ er at 4o: Fisk. Mr. Inning....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 15 October 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN OCTOBER 15 1918. Three Petticoat Values! Taffeta Silk Petticoats in black and colors. JjiG.OO value special for Wednesday ami Thursday only at $4.98 Flowered Sateen Petticoats wortli $2.0D on sale for these two days for only .......... $1.59 Black Sateen days only at Petticoats worth $1.75 on - sale for these two . . $1.49 Children's Coats Velvets and Corduroys represent the best values in Ghildrijn's and Misses' Coats for these materials are cheaper than wool- ens. 'Many very attractive styles here $4A)S. $5.95 $(.i15 jand up to . $16.50 Women's Coats Cooler days call for warm coats and this store offer -cial values in the newest styles at $15.00 to WOMEN'S AVOOlr DRESSES $).9S and up to ... WOMEN'S SILK DRESSES U)S ; tt WOMEN'S WOOL SUITS $19.9S up to . '. verv spe-$55.00 $35.00 $55.00 $65.00 THE STORE FOB ALL YrTHE PEOPLE. f r- r- n rl D EM mm MM Tho conntj food administrators of this district will meet in Brady next Friday to consider several important points ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 16 October 1918

"tf THIS LIBERTY LOAN WERE TO FAIL IT WOULD KILL THE PRIDE AND BREAK THE HEARTS OF OUR BOYS IN FRANCE" BROWNWOOD BULLETIN OIL FIELD NEWS AND GOSSIP ON PAGE PRICE FIVE CENTS BROWNWOOD TEXAS WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 16 1918. VOL. XVII. NO. 311 UKRANIANS REVOLT AGAINST GERMAN CONTROL GERMAN FORCES FIGHTING Paris Children Make Friends With Our Boys DESPERATELY BUI ALLIES CONTINUE THEIR DRIVES Many Towns Are Captured By Allies As They Push Enemy Further Toward the Rhine; Germans Fight Rear Guard Actions Many Men in Struggle.. -.-- f (By A&soriatdri Press. WJTI I Tl IB ALL I ES IX BELOH" M. GOIXG HIGH IX AIR "Oet. 3G. The' allied troops oast of AXI) IX FIXAXCES Routers and ine' advanced patrols are - (By Associated Presst . - wiMn a mJLQ of ' Courmii. The Lys WASHINGTON Oct. 16. Doug- j river it wottld seem from reports. las Fairbanks left Washington has been cr0fcsed between Fojnlnss.-! this morning for New York io a. wlich has h4 raptured ami Varue- . - tan. The retHxrts from this front al...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 16 October 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN. OCTOBER 16 1918. A J .':-!.' : Ba? . Xf-;X:-. fj Mf: Xjf t&$&& . : Xb XJX- fet? ;vmi ft?8$b: x tXxSiix. - - X . -v 'r--- .;t-f i-fli i : - - : i - ;- : -r - v wr rX i. r urn - 11 ;x " VV-. v.-- XP iiX?-x - :v v.. x-s:-r " - -'-X; ' :? S s 1 ' . ;Vv ' X:?"-r; vHfv- x -i -r--'. 1 x'--r'X .'4t'--' - . . - 0 ? t v -iS;v--J ?n v'1 -" - - i-.tt p V 4. - i. . J . ' V ' 3 - r - v; A- J - JU : "3V ; :- ! i. . - Lend as c f. A X-X ( '' -:X- . .-; ft W Sri". :i v vxxy--ii-' 5 '-j I . -. "" '"si".:. - : . i ' ; ; 'i - r t-. - . r;ri :'- - - i ft-X:.XX-r'X ' i ! ". -- ---X :-- i- : "r M 3F i --v kJU 1 . 1 1. ' . r - if5 X r - - px 1 -.c:- t?:-o."j-'.'.'-.'.---i .''-' I! s. 34 1: irr 3 3 &--X : Lerid the way they Jiavcv- eii these men w hojhav c e i o a 01 to eat enough tO'jweai a few dollars in their pockets and have devoted the balance of their earning power as a gilt to thfeir country. m-. - -' -T - . - J "OX -ft "!i TS7 X.. ..li 1 iven 4" :iqeta ? ycur i ii...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 16 October 1918

J r Jxiijcs . .)to ! - ' Cftl RIDGE U. S. Employment Service Bulletins . ' -i X' i- I'M'.' i - t i . (! :ii :'-'Vr.V..- :iv.i VoH-m " 1 "-. I" - j: . : o. n; -'u -.--i Cut. la I. or -h- - f 1 .' - For Vi?ealc Women I n use for over 40 years! Thousands of vol jntary IcUers from ucr.cn. Idl- ing oi V.iq '-od Cardui has done l::?rr;. T.t:3 is the test prcof ci the value of Cardui. It rn. cs that Cardui is a good medicine tcr v.omcn. There arc no harmful or habit -formic drugs in Cardui. Ii is composed cr.ly of ir..ld medicinal in-;reu 'ml' wiU) no bad aitcr-ciects. TAKE rJ 1? XA The Woman's Tonic You car: roivon Cardui. Surely it w:'! !j f-r you what it ha . cone for so many thousuncs ci other women! It should helg. "I avi icn sick secmcrl to . . . " v.nlesMrs. Airry li. Vcsie orM.id.scn Heights Vs. "I got down so weak co-Id hardly v.a!k . . jiijt rlaercd around. ... I read of Csrdui and after taking one bct- lle cr before taking quite all. I felt much better. I took 3 or -1 bcttlcs r....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 16 October 1918

BROWNWQOD BULLETIN OCTOBER 16. 1918. THE BROWN WOOD BULLETIN MAYES PRINTING CO. PROPS. Member Associated Press od to death-it together with its in- stigators. The Wilson note waj? :noth- ing less than its death warran Published every afternoon except When autocracy goes deiiiporacy must lK substituted. The many . mil- Office of Publication. Bulletin Build- .1bns of good and honest Germjm peo- ing corner Brown and Lee Streets . Plc imss?t l cared for. That have - - ; becii" taught to think the Gernmn way Entered at the Postoffice at Brown-'.autocracy's wayand it will! he our 15- ltC5"lras9."a"Cri tr; to instruct '.them in drmSocraoy. TELEPHONE Editorial Office ... Business Office Doing Y.WX.A.W6rk PREPARATION Among Women in. mam .1 i; ; .von;?- I 'V REOiflBEO TO FIT At present we will find thciii arro- . No. 22 . -Sane iney. wm j.ossioiy not desire No. 3 SUBSCRIPTION CO cents per month. $G.0O py year in advance. to make the change. Yet we must bear with them. . "When Jehovah de- live...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 16 October 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN. OCTOBER ! 6 1 9.1 8. & rr " CLASSIFIED CVA:;TAiO AttX I?rrMNNFJ) AND RE-BUSLT WANTED POR SALE-I'lank Oii icaes. PiaPe' WANTED A white woman to cook. Moriages Vendor's Lien Notes Re- Phone ;.(-1' 'cafe.! "o Vendor's Lien Ndei j Wur- - - - rant .v.; Deeds "etc. at DaP.y liWletin WANTED To tiade a red pi- for CtiU office; .. tf lie pup Phone 4:tU. ;i:Jn "j. . ' " ' rrtU SA-LK f-n'!oi.Mir mit. fo ir WANTED Chamber maitf an.i dish iim M'- JH'iil -.. sma'i ) friu washer. Phone 7 12. -.W.lf watot yue ifo:iin' i.oarL mrr. Junius - out1 P:Yrr-An.w Ife vclt' WANTED Man ior biukkeeur- -f ator stove anl :H call iinn!i. Phono 474 or .1 -;:; PhenA nrQ. " - .' " r WANTED Any Kind or weidtn? r ; FOR BALK flifti -.:' -liarrel conjugate' . UUI . . . . .. .. 1 ...... I ! isfection guaranteed. Phono 113. . "ir1 .T;". 3 ' - ' 4Uf T- ' TiauK.ii.Mf uei. ; 4-j jih n easrjip coi- FOOD CONSERVATION ROLES EXPLAINED IN FOREIGNERS' HOMES Y. W. C. A. DOING SPECIAL. WORK AMONG BOHEMIANS AN...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 16 October 1918

BROWN WOOD BULLETIN OCTOBER 16 1918. Three Petticoat Values! Taffeta Silk Petticoats in Mack and colors (1.00 value special for Wednesday and Thursday only at...- $4.98 Flowered Sateen Petticoats wortli $2.00 Du sale for these two days for only ...$1.59 Black Sateen Petticoats wrth .$1.7o on sale for these two days only at ;.. ..$1.49 Children's Coats Velvets and Corduroys represent the best values in - Children rJ and blisses' Coats fur these materials are cheaper tlian wool en.-?. Manv verv attractive styles here :4.!S jf'.V.l") $(5.4.") and'- up to ..$16.50 Women's Coats Cooler days call for warm coats tuu this store offer very sjie eial values' in the newest styles nt $15.00 to $55. OO WQM'E.VS WOOL DRESSES $is - ami up to ....$35.00 "WOMEN'S SILK DKESSES UkS to i - $55.00 WOMEN'S WOOL bTITS $19.08' up to $65.00 FT n THE STORE FOR ALL YTHE PEOPLE OlMPIMILtlrAlllM It A Plain Talk I want to speak plainly to the mm who lias not subscribed to Hlie Liberty Loan or who has done far le...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 17 October 1918

1 4 pEs today BROWNWOOD BULLETIN OIL FIELD NEWS AND GOSSIP ON PAGE PRICE FIVE CENTS BROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY OCTOBER 17 1918. VOL. XVIL NO. 312 REPORT SAY EMPER AND Jl f II vH &liB ABDICATES DURING ALL THESE FOU YEARS IT HAS E 17 N THE AIM AND EFFORTS OF GERMANY TO PREVENT SUCH AN END XILLIOS BRITISH KILLED IX BATTLE (By Associated Press) - LONDON. Oct. 17. Up to the present nearly a million British f & Jives have been sacrificed in the war according to information re- celved by Reuters limited. ENURE GERMAN M RETREATS ARE BEAT ON EVER! REGION (By Associated Press i j PARIS Oct IT The whole ;.nr:vi ' army under General von Arnini is r -! treating from the North Sea lo the! region of Lille: bavins been .beaten! back and overthrown by the allied at-j tacks today: The rdtlrement is assam-i Jng the proportions of ti rout Seven-j te5n divisiona comprise the army. Britain s "Acting High Commissioner at the Altar of Liberty . Cit: !. ...... i . . - TEXT OF GERMANY'S LATEST REPLY nG...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 17 October 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN .001) RTIT T FTIN ' "e by Qnc llilli?ns' tJ.nt' were' lle into -captivity and slavery is with it UU1 DULLLlllt ; friondlv fnu-nfj nurmnm- n.. nnioi out parallel exeout in the ancient men y1 MINTING CO. PROPS yOer Associated Press their 'sympathies" it) "the allie-s. Xcu- nrcIles of Aula. The Hermans are re- tml iintlmie nkn lnvn r..1 J .l.S. Vi in tllO method Of the depots of . 1 4 . - 1 1 t U'll u i t"i ajct unit i iuw Sunday Office of " Publication Bulletin Build- ins corner Brown anil Lfee Streets Entered at the Postofrie.e' at B.rown- wood. Texas as second class' matter TELEPHONE Editorial Office No. 22 Business Office No. 2 law. which in tilnin ImI7eH nu-mc. . ... . u .uh-- u. ium iii.mu ma-i u:- t 1S.;)(.1 v. eoujjd countenance. Tiiev wore torn a r: ie o lii.J.yfon. The only. polled Id turn thur -laces from student : ; r:t.ld t the aMorlotH inn-. mafcy. But tiiis . nci all. Report; tit f ;; Mercian.': i.s . thr... of lit;; no .come to Americu.tlHrt fven - tn...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 17 October 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN OCTOBER 17 1918. tEWS and PAGE VERY DIFFICULT IQ I training group of polish-amepjcan CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS ! . j Comforo. 313 (Arcade h Now Open mm m nr Tn ot.u WOMEN FOR WAR WORK UNDER Y.W.C.A. WANTED FGR SALS' WANTED A white woman lo cook.;' TOR SALF PJJ.7 Ford touring oar. Y. W. C. A. LAND SERVICE COM- Phone .".22. lu'At Set? Wilbur .Smith. . &0$tf i MITTEE GIVING SPECIAL AT- WANTED Piano box. Call 4s4. It. P-'.R SALK C.ood .Limey owi S- TENTION TO NEW ' - 1 1 - Tom Itioo at Express; otfieo; WASTED To trad a rod pig for Co!- - - - 1 ...... Phone 4'ML 3t3n IlKtf.-FX W-SALK W C H. Ito . - ' J-ertsoniaf. tJrdwitvrootl National'--.Hank j WANTED - Man for boakkr4'erJ PROBLEM. i ... Phone -47 or .I-;i2. 3ft6ff:WHi--lfL:iSMt .SALSi-fn ' ticrn. t'hdrie U-i22:r t all at Mri-N -.- "if JJALE LT. M?(t 4-ftuh hin-' Women are doing a. largo share' of -;:;i:: fm "work of tho country '.ac- - cording to officials of the Young - Wo man's Christian Association' -which WAN...

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