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

BROWNWOOD BULLE TIN I "MS TODAY THE WEATHERREVORT Tonight and Saturday unsettled; not much change In temperature. PRICE FIVE CENTS BROWNWOOD BULLETIN SATURDAY NOVEMBER 30 1918 VOL. XVIII. . NO. 36. f fpoBcn mo ahedipa' B!-1 UHU ULU i UH flfflLllIUH Washington Has First Woman Traffic Cop - (By Associated Pres.si . ZURICH-Xov. W.- :Tii'e "fo-nl ooiiji- tioh in 'Germany in no means- so critical as. Hr.' Solf tlifr foreign mini- to ; believe. On -.receive.! Says the Debt of Gratitude to La Fayette Has Been jf hSrlauor . and the Hud had Been Driven Bacfej'iA merica Should j.here. Germany has iod he Thankful '-for Victory - (By Associated Press ) Ampnraii Wpnrlnnarfpr; in Frprtroi Nov. 30- i . i - "i i v " r i" 1 f J$. victorr won bv the American soldiers m hard risntin at the cost of great sacrifices was a Franks: to the American nation and the American army. Pershing declared in a Thanksgiving day address at the General Headquarters today. 1 he debt or gratnude to La r avelte has 1 II ....

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

' 4 J t BROWNWOOD BULLETIN NOVEMBER 29. 1918. i7 tt -I-' Si The solid business man pjIS business is usually the solid part of him; made so by his own sense and judgment; he mayjbe ' 'solid" phys- ically too. Such a man doesn't give much thought to his clothes; it they fit if the color and pattern are right he doesn't care much more than that;except that as a business man he does appreciate qual- ity. That's what has made his own success; he wants it when he buys. We sell him Hart Schaffner 'Mar.yf - Clothes - They satisfy his business sense and desire for quality; all-wool fabrics best of tailoring correct style good fit all the things a business man wants. Gilliam Brothers U. S. Employment Service Bulletins II New Chancellor of Germany The home of Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes ExaminerS&il the Urownwood distri 't lias received the -following communi- ' cation from tile County Emergency Demonstration agent: - 1 . '"Brown wood Tex'as Xovl 27 1UI. ' '"'Capf. J. D. Dickson Exam...

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

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN NOVEMBER 30 1918 The Coggin National Bank C. L. McCartney Ben F. Stone YOUR ojLuuuoQopoooanmrxnDoam SOCIETY I'3C COMING HOXE. By Emma Catherine Gray. 6 .little home of other years jWith larkspurs on. each side Olittle home you beckon me 'Across the ocean wide: You "woo me with a thousand wiles Which fond remembrance brings. Axd lead me o'er the woodland stiles And "by the bubbling springs! Ollttle .garden with your path . "From gate to old home door Ttfhere Mother met me with a smile In those dear days of yore Ioften see you in my dreams .And feel again the bliss I've known within your cool embrace $Ad Motker'ailoviakies ! - 2T" Ipr childhood's. home dear old-time . friend hy do you lure me so And all. these haunting memories send - From that sweet long ago? "ifour Tvltchery has -warmed my heart '"Though far from you I roam;" A)C "wonderful your mystic art For I am coming "home! . "ThjIasjonrySocietyof the Aus- XTJitVT n'Zf Z'A 3ollj' time was ha.d with gamea and ...

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

JBROWNWOOD. BULLETIN. NOVEMBER 29 .191 3. ''''&HJ. PARSO N'S COi-DMJ" I - 'iM - - a 1 1 1 1 1 tt ui riii iiis' iiini . i jjm'iii1 ' i TOE BROWNWODD BULLETIN: ilAYES PRINTING CO. PROPS. Member Associated Press !.J s fmrn(lfln nrpP'l w i t.i U i IKtliUJU.. t" b HI ClWUZclLIUIl. IL l!j .WHO iL SiJU- . . - -1 nr'-(T.J 1-....J il.' .. i .. ?iindiv - wiuuuiis uicy.iiavc t.o near r i. .4 . . i !i3ble- rTruMlcatibaiulletiE Build-- "AU 3! routing candor is not corner BroWii and Lee Stieets "ess; It f s merely coarse." ; -. Office ing Entered at the Pop: office lit .Brown- -as lni. wood Texas is second class matter no iie fe TELi! Editorial OffJc Business .Offi St Sb cents per m a-i-ar.ee HERE'S ANOTHER FROG STORY Nervy iYorker's Experience " Seems" to .yorrocs.oratc taie told ay tne Kaiser's Press Agent. pile iar-t -that any. town which.fi the .-'".- " 'XK " "3 ser.rrc of a system of. good roads vviil ; thi is Ut 'iUno of ' (h( .jioMr . " ' 0 ie a centnof tradts aui'i - eiilltfrp:. Wliei...

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

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN NOVEMBER 30 1918 GLORY OF TURKISH CAPjTAL ; SEDOljjPiS A&D THBR HORSES. Great Mosque oTC Sofia a Mdryc! i '"H; Sff 2 ISLAND -KEEP'S SECRET WELL j Many Maya Sought Pirates'' Trcacurc safe - i:Eenutv of Architecture and -"J""fV -vC .j- i . but Nobqtfy Hr.s Yet Reported Any Sticcsss. . . -IUUuL. it.' I V LtlrJIl. ' . pth cei'tiics who. fnuml.it a eon- f.gmn:! C'li.stiHft ' stiiuis -a'slomfd 1 i - -iM jyr-A 7ft 7... va A - Rich Decoration. . i jr ..... . - . tK J'iJJ!L I flosta I6a. Oft.-.! smHt tLfomstrm hill ! touws Lt.jt-lifallj- t-.v. r rnnxumtino- ' ' ! S":M4' AliU " . ' - 55. GPO'vKCSBf jMfct lpivor .oa;ter to suzc a trusty .shovel .m hm-v.-r v.nrv' the" -sh.. - iir (' ''1r - ' w B. igpSffeHt 1.X.VH fr ih slmiumv of Miroa bu-y Jitu .n-l .ricb onmmont. u; VU" w 'TV ' SfiK MH ;.iis-u;a. it is a iMm'iil .Ma-rul "of the Hirohla b.-vy r.r..:i:p-ti.Mii' ahii:slaiiil'-!f a ' i"M? ' fiHHfcl " 4 lh);l---. hvily xv.khMI. viih IJie -co u-iihhr5 UaU r feuoi:ttnVnKMjf op...

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

J BROWNWOOD BULLETIN NOVEMBER 30 1918 Courtesy a Business Asset . ; Not Defenseless. Courtesy is the life of trade." To be! The tale of little George Washington sare you must have the goods butijan(j the cherry tree Is of more than cosrtesy helps to sell them. A certain dubious authority; but a mother who big establishment has a man whose recently related It to her small son chief business Is to meet people andjiearne(i tiatf if It js to ue used for make them feel at home. He has a the edification of young Americans it pleasant post a short distance from is better at least served plain with the door and it's his business to see j uo attempt at enhancement or empha- every one tliat comes in. He has a Sls. She had described young George's handshake and a smile for everybody enthusiastic f elling of the tree with his When people come in that do not seem new implement and the fateful arrival to know where they want to go h ; of bis father upon the scene. .She pic- talks with them and le...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 30 November 1918

V BROWNWOOD BULLETIN NOVEMBER 30 1918 fT -7 CLASSIFIED ABVERTlSEEf NTS 1 i i LOST FOB KENT I HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS. Phone 302. HOST JIud chain 32x3 1-2 on Eikins 3--- -lil2I3 "road". Finder.return to Bulletin office. " - Li- niw - liOST Purane I Buck two years old blue color closi ward for informal ers. i 3Ctfc ; izvi iwam avenue. Phone LOST Mai tees j Thanksgiving morning JL UUU .VUUU rlv. jjukj iltij . M ltfi;.. I ll-G3fl.T-9tf i (Buck two years old : PcaKStiHED ayartfcidnt Afith garage ff shewed Liberal re-t6 witUout ' m&n ' Phono rmation to Lacy Broth-- J-GC3. ! S ' '-'J . -33lfqT OUtlC : . - U 1. ' . YC : " - 1 ' j f Bland .VI. hi. riuumx imu - : FOR RltS'T 1! or 3 rooms; furnished Wns the place' or residence of each Cross Uroo-h Ha n or unfurnished. Phone J-lil50. S0C 0 whom is unknown to bo and un- prnjiiK. between IrMa Sllw j-.- -4 ! near before the Honorable District THE STATE OF TJXAS To the -Sheriff -or any Constable Or . Brown county Greeting; . You are. hereby commande...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 30 November 1918

BROWNWOOD TEXAS NOVEMBER 29 1918. i Monday a Sale of COTTO LITTLE ITEMS OF LOCAL INTEREST Frediic CoiiraJ son of 3Ir. and Jlrs. H. J. Conrad tiad the misfortune of jln-cakins his "arm yesterday while ferimliing a car. . - One th Mnmlay sp.vi.Hs at this store will hi- C.iloii (mif.u Is. ami t h i is the time when extra w.-iwn rovorinjrs me needed. Supply your needs Montluv while prices are lowered. Wool Filled Comforts $7.)3r-&US CoUan (Worts .f4.45 $f).)-3 Cm on Filled Comforts $.1.45 3.4S I'irtton CV)iuftjrts$2(p-42.W;iiJJ 75 llenvv- Coiion lulled Comforts Aromlav . for kL4H-jr2.4S Cotton "Filled:; i . ' ' Hevcrenu .lolm To.wcr Ii.-.s hcen ( all- ied away to a finieral so.thelre will be no servicers nt tho Sf!"'Tfiliirs-Knlsfn7ini ALL WOOL FLANNEL BATH ROBE CLOTH - ilhurch tomorrow N COMFORTS Khiiii.am! Dark jrrey Jhciivy 27 for drills middies underwear K:c-eiltiii; finisli and quality. inch Flannel.; or dresses. ; il Jl7) -. ahdi ... $1.50 DRESS TRIMMINGS ClieniHe nr silk tass...

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

v. BULLE TIN 1 TODAY i THE WEATHER REPORT Tonight; fair; frost; Tunsdav fair. 4 J PRICE FIVE CENTS BROWNWOOD BULLETIN MONDAY DECEMBER 2 1918 VOL. XVIII. NO. 36 Socialist 'Member IIay be Next Cabinet Member III! HE iREIILMIOill Mil IB Em i PI f H a S 3' 6 8 ft EH a B (1 2 H M 11 Ue a Li ti AMERICA MOST BUILD s mmmmim uumm SHIPS TO TRANSPORT if SUPPLIES TO EUROPE II TO D m fiPFonP'- L 111 1 L IU . Ei i OR s o lilJE uiinrn mr TO I ft E n il t Fi SI s ft. era V s MB rmm i C!sii fi Is! r cs C5 n- "i SEP K si f ? Ml Ei 8 S SH Arm HH hK ku 5 r ii f t h - - . h i It '-A. s 'Ken haw been tilled wo.-.nded. Throe. 3ieen burned -and w holesale looting is taking place. . wc-t at teru Dtho:-ycz as rm it'oK .i yi western iaJ tvsir.-n iii-i u. ". niHiftrtfi riurirt it tM wan . ( ..... e 15 TV ..V -rii or attributed l -T -'vtruCT jtiMkrlyo: the ork T'.t j- v;s irons iarryin out tm jrm; cipb- of self determination accruing; . . ia j?raIlcc( .saTindhi nan ifc ti-v .i!-;u- m -nre 1.1 In h .1 ft lip -A"...

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

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN DECEMBER 2 1918 You cant afford it jQONT make the mistake of t Kink- ing that you can buy good quail- ; ty in clothes at prices you used to pay a yealr or so ago. It the; price is very low you don't i want them at any price. .; The day of being -boled?- by low: pri eesisgone by. ;: " ; ; tner- er" The cheapest clothes vou can buy are: how rather high priced; they have to be to bev good; and they "have to be good if thre'Sonr to be cheap; tl Oil Field Neti?s and Gossip TO MMiy: A !)V noi.i;. PAY : Oil and tins Journal: Mow nap1 a wildcatter make a dry hole profitably? .'It. Is impossible the ordinary Q-a.s.erv-rr. would -say.'.' .1 lero-'is . iio rbrn.'W r The- wildcatter" first .leases" ;i cm) s.oornuio !iQt;eajio-.itr(inHl a location. : which some geolbsmt liy. -approved'. lTio . widtn0t'r;;lia4munrjit-t!io oil :v j wall ' sii.jtjily- ;jsji)i-tc4' 'fle roes alieno '. wiili hip'lanj&t ";-ileJ-.li-as had" .idjoi'nin : acreage" l)rpifeflif'.a(l...i;;i "with base...

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

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN. DECEMBER 2 1918 A earl Now comes the season's greatest values in beautiful stylish ready-to-wear garments. We have gone beyond all former limits in getting together a most complete and satisfying assortment in efery section of our ready-to wear department. Tomorrow this sale will open with many extraordi- nary price redudtions and matchless values . Garments yo till rieed for service during the Christmas social functions to -many garments too tftat you will want to present as usetui presents to members ot your tamily. this is a timely money-saving event and we urge you to take prompt advantage ot the special values offered while tocks are complete. Ws expect the greatest December business in our history and early bnyerk will get fo early in the month. . -1 31 A s?s'-' ftltfa ;- Linares - x MA Ihlmtm p ; ftf ft' ' 1 .;;( 1 i-y f All Suits of Serge Gabardine B roaddoih; and Oxford in the popular eolop ol tke season. Upto.a65iPQ' Soils. . . . : Op to $7;5p"i5faiu". ...

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

;'i 'ft BROWNWOOD TEXAS DECEMBER 2 1918 BOUDOIR SLIPPERS 1B j LADIES MOCCnSTXS Soft anl Mjd flPijM waring Pink JJgh'i blue and MBajSPj I 8 LADIES' felt dippers fur trim- Bp l 'uKH i Mfpd. KtJithcr "spies" j in ' Mack. Slfe!1 ' HEn i wino anl gf;wn $1.50 jBjljjly ' CHILDlS ri'.I WniTjT -indci jisiiis sil I jfS i11111 luJr ehiltI mOm- 1 ' III i - - t . . .- . tinct loss to the state when lie was compelled to resign; his Jseat on the bench a year or so ago because or a paralytic stroke from which he never completely recovered. Roy Ilnlliun returned -Ssiturday from Camp Taylor Ky... wliere 'he has been training at the Officers' Ttraining School. While there he was seriously ill for seven!! weeks with pneumonia. . The Enterlainincnt -H-umui of tin; Chamber of Commerce have on hand- 2.i invitations to. the Oil Wen's Ban- quet to be held at Fort AVorth on De- cember 7th. Any local oil men or oth- er oil men. making Brownvo6d are re- quested to. call for .invitations. They will lie given Ou...

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

a- THE WEATHER REPORT Tonight fair frost; IVednesday rir. v': TIN 4 PAGES TODAY PRICE FIVE CENTS BROWNWOOD TEXAS TUESDAY DECEMBER 3 1918 VOL. XVIII. NO. 38 GERMANY WILL NOT DELIVER LOCOMOTIVES ' I United Stales Mission to Go lo France With President ALLIES MAY EXTEXD TDTE BUT PEACE CONFEttEXCE WILL -SXOT'BE DELAYED. -By 'Associated Press) PARIS Dec. 3 It now appears that Germany -will not be able to Siand over the fivef thousand locomotives stipu lated ins the armistice agreement by December the seventeenth and it is probable that the allies will give an extension of time. This will have no effect 6ii delaying the. peace negotia- tions as discussions between the al- lied delegations to the peace confer- ence will probably begin December the twentieth with President Wilson talcing part personally. " Frenc Citizens Now . Filing Complaints; i Ex-Kaiser Must Pay (By Assoc iuted Press) PARIS Dec. 3.4rThe tieriian for; leign office was destroyed by lire and all the damaging' documents .in...

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

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN DECEMBER 3 1918 Serv tee in clothes selling THE greatest ?::i 'success: in -business comes in the end to the store that gives the greatest service: We all want success but sometimes we forget that serving is the Way to it. Serving as we unders tand it ; means more than 44 waiting on"' a customer pleasantly delivering his purchase promptly etc. Service begins when we buy- not when we sell; yes before we buy; it begins with the makers ol- our goods.. That's why we buy and sell rrnar t CASUALTY LIST j (Complete casualty lists . from all states in the union are received at this ; office daily coining direct from' the.' ;var department ami can he inspected 1 by any one at any Ijouf of the day. Foi- i lowimt VC elvn ri hist nf Tovmic hn. ore reported on the casnalU-list:) . t Killed in Actioij.icliaer'r. Car.-" ragoe (laltfoston; fSaui'jlV PikV ("ran-j i ura. .u. Afitiorpon (la ! F. Tipps Campbell; '. 'nnc'li. JJuhlin; :Uavfd""r: t Calm ; James W: Tjt'rn.er; Ha ri t A'l...

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

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN DKCE.MBER 3 1918 s v i - OK SHEETING 9-4 Bleached Sheeting 9- 4 Bleached Sheeting 11-4 Bleached Sheeting 10- 4 Bleached Sheeting C Soc 62c 59c inon m m&m nu. mi S"SSS; n P11 Bf FBIEMDS 10 C0I1UE COURSE ! - . I j. IAH L TKM-I'IIoSe MS sriM'IUH- NO ST.ITKMENT IMIKPAHKD YKT i j:i in;'n;tN vnoyi. kkutivk to the stidi-nt ! . wFinuN.; 'nm ; . ailuy trainim' cius?. . A .MtwHcr Jj:; -vlfo is of the President- J. A. Tolman.'cf -Howard Pay no ' Col loe isai'd.-1 h ia . nioi nin that Oiio tj:t of iynl wei'-riis one p.i'ind. aiukof apple .jutter rvotn ln-p-Url apples.;. -. . Vinegar can e mad4 iroin fnrir. par-. in?s. v ' " - - ' ; Grajib jiuee may iie put up without- 's'rujar i ' -. Bulls. can be put into the ground in- octotih : ; '.. ; : .-rfVGdC .p(taf-oes. keep best in a varnt attip-. w - ; . '- - This is a sale on Sheeting that seldom eomes.f;o your attention- I he savingrei-y timeiy ax we advise that voiu chmeks early as possiti tomorrow. -xlhese SDmarmiGesre mi to...

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

5 ! I. r.. ' BROWNWOOD BULLETIN DECEMBER 3 '1918 i J T -I- i 1 IB BDDOIR ERS ; I J f flff A slff.fhat aiiy. ladjr. .6r child . WjNB li to i 1 1 ill ' : . J I i . " - l " ' L LITTLE ITEMS OF LOCAL INTEREST Professor T. II. Hurt lias received word from his son Hervey which was sent since tlie final battle stating that he is well and happy. Mrs. Dare Douglas who returned from Paris and Dallas last week is dangerously ill with influenza at the home or her parents Air. and Airs. J X. Mayfield. Mrs. W. II. Goodwin lias received n message announcing the death .in France of her brother Cramer Love. of. Arizona. lie has visited' in Brown- wuou a numuer ot limes ana lias a number of friends here. POU RAISERS MEET 10 FORM ORGAN ZATiON SEVERAL TEX I) LOCAL FAXflEIJS .UEKTI.NK AM) J)LS- I.TSS I'LASS. AT- Mr. and Mrs. W. A.iHiitler received The . citizens of Browiiwood and Brown county are to have better and more chickens from now oh if the plans- for the organization of a Poul- try Raisers' Asso...

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

ROW AXJN I 8 PAGES TODAY THE WEATHER REPORT .ORlgktiir frost j Thursday 1 J coier. ; PRICE FIVE CENTS BROWNWOOD TEXAS WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 4 1918 VOL. XVIII. NO. 39 WOUNDED nr iiaii 4 Sonj? Fest Midst Ruins . In Cambrai. ID SIS NATIONS ""53" ssr ih D U I A I i WILL 'CLEVELAND I1E1 EI K A ! S E R OHI SHIPS Bt rat rUKjUfflNUJMtl! LONDON iDec. 4. All the Ameri can wounded in England except 500 of the most .serious - cases will be back in New York by Christmas according to present plans. Aboard the Empress of. India are thej 207th 261r.t. 140th 337th. 256tli and S34th Aero Squadrons the 10th . 33th ltli and 24th Air Service construc- tion companies and a number of. cas- uals and sick and wounded. There are eleven officers and 241 men mnong the casuals! not requiring special at- tention "and 154 enlisted men who are bedridden from illness or wounds. The Adriatic carries the S2Sth 338 th 33Gth 334th 472nd 377th and C37th Aero Squadrons the 4th 6th. 7th Sth and 9th Air Service construction c...

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

RROWNWOOD BULLETIN DECEMBER 4 1918 THF RKlaWKUfftnTi RITTT PT?M Tr cienicmoa'i and nu' jvdes tt JWUtirv IN .bnALIUW UrDEAjH punopurx r:rT irav-a i t. '.iFs5w - w- V .MAYES PRINTING CO. PROPS; t .Frank -H. Sinionds or tljt power&frLives of Those "Engaged in Mantifac-" i . ' ' . . $'f - invisible behind him V.O..LY have Pros- ' tare of Explosives Are of rNeces.; F51'Q?? Cdif.dds in .. Ennd .V heic - gy e. ?T ' H?U ident VVJfcna: maill 1iis-rcynr(orti .iioavc'! " i-sityMn-Cbnsta'nt Dangfer. . k the ConQirotiant Ap oft Neces- : fctTFb W t j.'mit the rcflreseiiifcit.ios of Use Kurn- Kxnlivivc.s. arc ."..Itiiust " or milt" with- L-w : ::. 1 ... .-. .. : .i..t'..t...: . i..' .. ...'..:. J.:-' ' There nr.- ju ny ( bur. lu-s the' ft It H-. ' : 1 : : 1 - ajcmber Associated Pi ess Published every afternoon -exceji V .Sunday Office of Publication Bulletin. 'Build pf-an pavers to iag corner Brown and Uee Streets- part. ' WK)drj)r kvilsdjj in LoHevcslin Anieri4thnl i h at W absorbed At lien -...

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

f '" r m . : ;!' fi ft Suggestions 1 1 . 4: For hen! II IS lip El JKw' Mm. Ar 14 1 asp " Hi ?iK mmM .11 ' iMg. 11 tr 828 i- &&Yti.' . - t- :.nim. If mm-' I W V . - - 1 A r & ? v. .t Swk i 111. ijK ' : i ioonel:i ' -pf j 4ikes best. i I B :'Hy.j: - ' " Sweaters Vesis Mufflers.' I : 1 .:-lt 1 1 Silk Shifts P.ajarias. Handkerchiefs 'Wi; Neeaf; -"Cuff Link-:-Gl6ves ; i CJr " ".'V .. Lounging Robes Underwear Hmmmmt wmr s i r t i i unmrr mmr rir irr 11 im nt naniin mi rn i t We A Children 's . - - i Santa Clans has 1 majde1 our store his headquar- ters and we invite the' Little Tots to 'call andj; see what he has left : for; their choosing! find here a comijiete jlipej of: . ft- Dolls gtes Doll Cradles Fire Toy Gunk Never before arid we are Christmas shoppers. Cqme children see To viand J THE BULLETIN PRESSMAN SS VgRY MUCH IN W$8&' men-folks' gifis still remain uncho i sen. Dorilt i . . Select :is regular Here wm i nnonnce the You Doll Bem i 4 TiT . wagons l'." Little EWco...

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

v We are offering herewith Without restriction the most wonderful stock of Fine ready to wear for Women Misses and Children that it has ever been our pleasure to offer at this season of the year. We have just unboxed a great portion of these goods and the values at our regular prices were unusual and now at the figures we are quoting you can make a great saving over the al- ready low prices that we are able to quote in a regular way. We have given here a catalogue of garments but it is impossible with a large stock like this in hand to list separately the entire range of garments that we are able to show. We call your special attention to the wonderful showing of beautiful coats that we are able to make. To the "Miss Saratoga" Middy suits that we offer. The "Betty Wales" Dresses and the special item of about fifty Silk Dresses that we offer as special at. $18. 75 It is easy tor the human mind to grasp figures but it is not so easy for the average person to judge quality always and f...

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