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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 31 January 1919

iWSfi .I r i . i i Sit FIELD NEWS AND GOSSIP DEMOCRACY 1 i ciK cnp iiinnin 1 .lUIIIIIIIUUIIIIili UIUL I UN I1U1ILU BROWNWOQP BCTXETIN; JANUARY ?! 1919 SPECULATORS .H0LDM6 BHLtY M I GOOD DftuR BIG DEVELOPMENT; FOB OVER 50 BARRELS WILCATTIXG HERE HAS BEEN HE- TAKDED BY EA11LY lil'SH OF . JUEASE XBADEHS.. -. - tors -jLo this countv began the develop ment of : this county's deep sands hastily watched the developments DiuLLiXG wiu he roxmxrJsi) CAREFULLY TI)Ft!ITJIEJIlX. . l'LOKE &TKATA. ; j ' DR. CULVER URGES PASTOR'S CONTEHENCK AT 3IETJI- odist cumrii is well ATTENDED TODAY. As- was pointed out by the Brown-j j Tliat the Bailey well as it now stands was wood Bulletin more than a year ago;; jury be good for a production Sof fifty ;ticallj when the first rush of lease spesula-J barrels daily is the opinion ! of Mr. i many parrels daily is the opinio Bailey and of others v.-ho The attendance at the Pastor's con ference at the .Methodist church today much better than yesterday; Pratf a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 31 January 1919

BROWN WOOD BULLETIN JANUARY 1919 Page TKree "THE BATTLE OF KISSES" The following serio-comic story of jP tie arrival of th first allied repre- sentatives in Li fro is taken from the columns of the Kansas City Star. It ttm written by G. T. B.: American Headquarters British Rout Nov. 23. In my dispatch of Oc- tober 17 telling of the good fortune of xsother American correspondent and jnyself in being the first to be wel- ents. "We -were roused enough to de- clare we would swim canals and walk miles fbr the chance to penetrate France's fifth metropolis even if we had to dodge enemy outposts. The British engineers already had a pontoon bridge across the canal at Haubouidin and at indiscreet speed we clattered over it. There were some i shouting crying people of Haubourdin cAed into Lille whose port des pos-!who wanted to clamber aboard the car teg we entered a few hours after the but we didn't stop. By following street car tracks we reached Loos in a few minutes and had the first taste o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 31 January 1919

"04. 1 1 Page Four tlE ffiOWlfWOOD BULLETIRl desree- aMttat wlen tte imWi0 fVT?3 pmtfTrvn rri rrDo 6es us ussuautuce y rtuusing 10 ac- Member Associated Press BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JANUARY 31 1919- Office of Publication Bulletin Build- tog corner Brown and Lee Streets. Entered at the "Postoffice at Browif--wtd Texas as second class matter. TELEPHONES Editorial Office No.. 22 Buainess fOffice r..Xo. 3 SUBSCRIPTION 60 cents per month. $7.20 per year in advance. cept the foolish .risks on or about railway trains there are fewer fatal and near-fatal mishaps. "Safety iHjrst" has become a national 'slogan and it would be difficult to thjnk of a better one "for general use. ;"'! SOT SUFMCIESTfcT1 DEFEATED. Try as we will it is difficult to set ril of the idea gained during the per- iod devoted to a discussion of . the ar- mistice last autumn. that '. Germany wis not . sufficiently . defeated-!hv thV Any erroneous reflection upon the! !.- . . character standing or reputation of !alhefl anmes o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 31 January 1919

I BROWNWOOD BULLETIN. JANUARY 31 191 9 Page Eve If CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS DNS LOST FOR RENT LOST A cameo return to 45. 131Cdttagv Reward forFOR jRENT-My i. Phono J-SGtfc THjpRARTy finding aFpurth issue $50 Liberty BondltolSolO leave at Bulletin office(ffirSwa7&. Payment stopped. - S3tfc R-73& close-in. Phone tfc or without G3tfi WANTED FURiNflSIJZD roompIth board. Phono ptiti. y FOR RENoOewt- 2K5u lose in. S3.C0 - -. TOR SALE. ; i New-'four room house sleeping porch two acres of land city water-one tha'tf mile from D. B. College an ideal sub- urban Tiome. for SZ.iiOO. Cash SI. 000. bungalc-v. Phone; hfinpo o.iv J FORi RENT Bed r Iper Jweek. Pho New five room house corner .lot 00 S ILL NO! BE ERECTED; i LAW 10 REQUIRE II LITTLE ITEMS OF LOCAL INTEREST Born to 3Ir. and 31 rs. H. E. Jleycr on last night a fine baby boy. ATTOKXKY tfKXEHAI HAYS UO.tf. ' MISSION EKS HAVE .ll'ISIXTKIN .. rilETEI) JIEAXLXJ OF LAW. Jrrs. MY. Armstrong- who has been critically ill for several weeks...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 31 January 1919

PageSix Brownwood Bulletin JANUARY 31 1919 ? Saturday is the FINAL WIND-UP Of Our January Clearance for it dress Have You been rAJiKmr flm Pi5 S the last dav for a Croat Tninnritv nf tli a shirts Men's socks. Men's tics. Men's Morns P1 Hues tpo numerous to mention BUT SATURDAY all are on sale at original JAN 0ARY OPE NINO SALE PJUOES. ; 75c WBARWELL BLEACn 81-inch Strong Sheeting 596 ' $2.00 HEMMED SHEETS 72x90 or size 81x90 $1.69 . 40c FINE SOFT 3G-in. LONGCbOTIL Saturday 28t CHOICE BLEACH DOMESTICS 30c to 35c Saturday 25 35c Outing 24 25c Outing 19 35c Canton Flannel on sale 2St Women's Ready-to -Wear TOMORROW SATURDAY wonujirs suits coats dresses Children's coats will be sold at LESS TIIAIf HALF in many instances. It's jnst a question of finding your size for these few garments left will bp sold regardless of prices. DRESSES IN LOTS $6.95 W.J $11.45 SUITS IN LOTS $9.75 -$1145" i $19.50 COATS IN LOTS $9.75 and ... . .t $11.45 HOUSE DRESSES AT ONE-FOURTH OFF. j IOMONAS AT ONE-FOURT...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 1 February 1919

1 Ml NEWS PAGE 2 SROW WWOGI) ETIN PRIC-E FIVE CENTS BROWNWOOD TEXAS SATURDAY FEBRUARY 1 1919 VOL.XVIIL NO. 87 1 1 a e 8 f a fell i bin i v: in "5- "1 IS W W 5 W 9B 9 M ft w a s ft m t t WEST IEI FIGHTING CHAPLAIN OF THE .1 65TH J Vr-M.TRY - pop? n?MWfiJ: li COLONIES 3 $ 9 M & g a I fc S IK 5 .18 3.91 y 5 r O US! i. fi 3.S ? BTTf T 6 PAGES TODAY NS T.v fIS ! Kttl n IB i.b HOLE 01 n1 1 r.iii i tito-i " ; Hoi ' iMFill PUN TO t 1 puflinor ING 3 UilHIIiOLO nnii ft KM i mum Tuiy ncos 51 SJI UE3 . .uj8u.il i unit oun i r r meeting Merc 1 his Mormm Lommckd iow of Wcl- .aunties; Rousing opcecms Di'vsitf- War- I r nr r- zqys Phases of Vor Con II is up la )csl IVsaso pre Iai e -to lake rare of r.seif h do- maiulimr the Jiiintrs II wajst ac- cording to Porter A. 11 Imlvy. nun- paitni manager i the West T?xas ChamJier of riuMfrc n ho T!iU morning ajldnsod : Muali piti!- crins of IiunhioHri wen .i tjje ChamlKT of 'omnu'rr e oiih v. Tlk meeting i!s life Int of s riK Mlilcli 3Ir. wWky has hcth ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 1 February 1919

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN. FEBRUARY I 1919 age x vrv Oft. FIELD NEWS AND GOSSIP TIME TO PUT ON BRAKES i i PUT AI 100 BARRELS GENERALLY C(TtiIKI THAT THT WELL IS WORTH WHILE .Oil) WILL OPEN FIELD. Brown counties join. Sparks came in- to possession of that farm a little more than a year and a half ago. He says the farm was wished off on him. The former owner of the land owed Sparks some money and gave the land to him in part payment of the debt. Sparks has pever seen WH property. A (short time ago he received a letter from a Houston man offering him $75 an here lease money for the property I. to develop It for oil and gas. All That the Bailey well is worth con- around the place are wells that are skm-ably wore than fifty barrels per' producing oil in big paying quantities day &4 ay Juaintaln a production) The offer stunned Sparks so that he of 108 barrels 13 now generally con- immediately came to Fort Worth. "If ceded by everybody except the chronic the "fellow had offered me $25 an acre...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 1 February 1919

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN FEBRUARY I 1919 Page TKree SOCIETY Edited by 2rs. Jas. C. IVlilte - - rhone 22 THE BATTLE IX US. A. 11. Chapter visited the senior class land explained the requirements neces sary for conujeting for the medal which will 'he given about the first of May. . Elks Dance. ' The presence of a large number of out-of-town guests gave added pleas- 'ure to a Friday night dance at tlj T""""-----i eik-s hall this week.. A stringed or- ! the imprtivised altar. The altar was a "ehestra furnished ihe dance music. mound of ferns and stately palms form- j - " ' ed the tall background. Touches of Christian Endeavor Social. white wee noted here and there and ! The Christian Endeavor of the carried out tne bnual. tones of green-j the Austin Avenue. Presbvterian ij&hurch . held a social meeting last the piano !i evening at the manse'. -Mrs. R. R. The dreams of the heart and the souL There's always a hattle in ns A struggling through dark to light -A. conquest to make over selfhood...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 1 February 1919

Page F our BROWNWOOD BULLETIN FEBRUARY 1 1919 TEKOWNWWIDBE that r itsom(" "-MA.YE6 PRINTING CO. PROPS. 1UmeS 'i0ne8 the-tQo1 of the individ" Member Associated Press jual or association to defraud the gul- nm . t ' jlible investor. Instead of safeguard- Office of Publication Bulletin Build- . . Itig. corner Brown and Lee Streets. (ns the linterests of that unfortunate v-v: 1 person Jfenown as the "suqker" such 2!?e5.at thG P0stofficd at Brown-1 a law ..niakes it possible for fraudu- "ftoed Texas as second class matter' " 1 t - J Icnt' companies after ;having by any TELEPHONES jmeans jithin their. power secured the. Editorial Office ; Xo. 22 necessary papers frorii the! -state and t f!!!!"06 :"X jhavlngiassed the more' cjr less su- ' - I perficial. examination .given their se- icunues ioy uie suue s representative. to pose las concerns having endorse- n60. cents per month. 7.20 per year In ' advance. -' jinent ofhthe state and thereby escape Any erroneous reflection upon the that clqe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 1 February 1919

a. rwzit .4. w I 4 m BROWNWOOD BULLETIN. FEBRUARY 1 1 91 9 LASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT COFFEE IN LAPLAND; Page Five. Ti:KT().IH.ir TIMMMJ-.I) TO A "T." LOST FOR RENT HE PARTY findinc a Fourth inni FURNISHISJD rooms with or without W Liberty Bond No. -11058510 leav at Bulletin office for reward. -.slopped. Payment . S3tfc I WANTED jJTED Three or four men for ta 1213 lwood. S7e RANTED At once a girl to do gen- eral house work. kblrs. H. G. HatHff irnone 343. board. Phone J-972. -G3tf? FOR RENT Bed room close in 3.C0 per week. Phone 154. - t S7c (iTMlIHASSHU sows. No. 1222 Temporary guardianship' of. .Alma Evlyn Cross -and Thclmn Fan- inie Cross minors. In the County Court Drown county Texas January Term. A. I). 19l!. . iNotice is hereby given (hat i J - L. Cross as guardian of the e.st.ie of and Thelma Fannie e this day filed .my application in the above-numbered and FOR REX'l Good .location fiir dress oss' us suardia maker. Business part 'of town - PhoneiAlna KvI ross R-756. !; 1 r 1 S7t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 1 February 1919

Page Six Brownwood Bulletin FEBRUARY I 1919 -f 18 SHOULD BE POLL Tffl- YMEWTS aios LITTLE ITEMS OF LOCAL INTEREST LIBERATED FROM THE 9 CAPITA i. Rei. V. If. Hornbni'jr is .sltfl eon-j flinnd u1 home from the' dfli'ds of a icsijic of influenza. - ' . . III! LEADERS in O.MV TWITy-FOriMirXIMWI) IS- 6.VK TH 0 ISAM). UIOST SS1MMHM) INVESTED LAST YKAR l?i VrAU .SAAM NOS AND . TIMJtFT STAMPS. rJ he Hem phill- Kiiiii :Ilry tto'odj? .si ore ; is" blojsed today'-on account -.Id" -llie j'.L.I.ILS ASM;?) TO ASSIST IN 1.5 IS-: l .i:h.atij pkopu; fkiw Tiwtfn-. lAlr;j'i lomphilK at her lioniu ;ia An- " Voters in ftniwn county havr locr slow iii -payUi;; -their tare;: this y.-r. Paring the past year -the citizens of Hrnwrt.vooi! have bought SI 0071 7.00 ' .- A.YVltCHiST.S. ' AmmimwtiiKsl. Ix 'iftft&rtiMlffcMt-L- . ; -'U1u i')- i"-;aV rm m- uns v .:.. .: avm:i wan. m - L " 3' -.- - I i V V.-s . -'-II Ijll-f' i lif ' 1 . . I'r. 1 . ! . ll. A f iri'f'iA Ki.-l. fimV it'- E 'ilitnllltt 'Jl Iwm f ! ....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 3 February 1919

f BROWNWOOT) BULLETIN PRICE Ffe'S CENTS BROWNWOOD TEXAS MONDAY FEBRUARY 3 1919 VOL. XVIII. NO. 88 SOCIALISTS NOT EIGHT SOLDIERS LOSE LIVES IN WRECK OF TRAIN U. S. COLLEGE GIRLS TAKE TANK RIDE IN FRANCE 4 TO ATTEND BY BOLSHEVIST SOLDIERS MEET AT BERNE Seat of Government Moved in Advance of City's Evacu ImEIUCAN BELGIAN AMI SWISS TROOP TiRAIN COLLIDES WITH geiuia.vlocomotives stand- IjXtt IN STATION i ation ; Communication With Kiev Cut While Ger- man Soldiers Maintain Order SOCIALISTS 3) K (XI Mi TO I'ArTHMPATE. HL NEWS PAGE 2 UKRAINIAN CAPITA TAKEN (By Associated Press) jrvin.io ieo. j - ine refusal ol tlie American and Belgian Socialists to al- tend either tlie Socialist or Trade pnion congresses at Berne does not yeying the ; American troops from Chau- seem to liave deranged the plans of the hnont to Piiest collided ivith tjwo tier-: leaders there who are going ahead with the drawing up of a schedule if nothing had occurred according to a dispatch from Berne. i The ceming week wil...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 3 February 1919

x BROWNWOOD BULLETIN. FEBRUARY 3 1919 TEKftWIWOOD BULLETIN .PRINTING CO.. PROPS. . Jfemoer Associated Press Office of Publication Bulletin Build- tog Coraer Brown and Lee Streets. TT 'J"-r-r-"J'-- -Enter at the Postoffice at Brown- wcwi Tcxaa as second class matter. TELEPHONES Editorial Office No. 22 Baeteeee Office ..No. 3 bUiSbLtilPTION 60. cents per month. $7.20 per year InImp0rial unity WOuld be better scrv- France. ll)y withholding any of the German wwuw . colonies from its own dominions than Any. erroneous reflection upon thejby gratifying their ambitions. The character standing or reputation of j dominions are now satellites in the any person firm or corporation -irhichi British system. They would acquire rosy appear ia the columns of The! something of the dignity of planets if Dally Bulletin will be cladly corrected! they should become the possessors of upon its fceing brought to the atten-i colonies. However colonial posses- ion of the pubfishers. jsor$ have been more of a ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 3 February 1919

BROWNWQOD BULLETIN. FEBRUARY 3 1919 TT Page Three CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS LOST LOST Auto tools between Indian Creek and Brownwood. Reward. Re- turn to Bulletin. 91p WANTED WANTED-Second-hand buggy. Phone B-613. 5)0c WAITED At once a girl to do gen- eral honse worlc Mrs. H. G. Ratliff Pfcone 943. SSc TPiAKTED To- tune your nianos. Xkve orders at Gaither's Tailor Shop. Phone 15&. Geo W. Walker. 36c -WANTED Furniture and household foods. Highest prices paid in cash. BAILEY FURNITURE STORE Phone J-312. STtfc WANTED You to know that the sub- scription price of The Bulletin is sixty cents per month in advance. WANTED Man with family who can furnish team and tools to -work 3Q or 40 acres of land on third and fourth. Land situated S miles north of town. Apply i411 Ave B or phone 1057. 00c WANTED All kinds of second hand leasehold goods. Will pay highest e8h price. W. C. Bowden Furniture Co. Phone J-37. FOR SALE FOR SALE Good milk cow. seen at 1501 Coggin Ave. Can be S9p FOR SALE New f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 3 February 1919

Page Four Brownwood Bulletin FEBRUARY 3 1919 1 1 I fi n THE STO&E FO& ALL VtTHE PEOPLE t - PERSONAL ITEMS T. A. Sears is in Valley Mills at- tending to business matters. Sirs. G. A. Hellmuth of Dallas is; a rucst of Mrs. M. R. Tarrant. F. Rev. J. J. Kellam of Coleman spent today -iiere - . i. 31iss;(ale Jiaedgen returned to Cole man last night. Firinf Early of '. Bangs attended tbe funetfa'Jiof Sirs. F R.lf Smith this mprii- - - r j . t - il ; Mrsi 'Thomas X" AVhitd of Coleman A. Fluellcn of Belton arrived jcs-nf -.-JJ. . c;?i.: " r . j isa- delicate in tint his. to vie' with .'t.li WC1U iU1 ua-v uuau& uu Atw. -v T.t-JA .r nJn. uower peiais .win- m useu ior orc-.- ;i . .wt ....- fUt: f.ifin. f --. J.;:.ri.wi t vifmvi. nmrfi fit Dr. Feris A. I Bass of San Saba .silent 1 wjiUnv wP W ttrmf thr. fn4;t 5oca frocks as . well as for witrv.-.r .. .i...."....- foWtkiii iVs-Tand tlm fmml'v. moved- tt I'roWnw yesterday liere with his wife and fballas -where he wJH spend some time i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 4 February 1919

OWN WOOD BULLETIN 4 PRICE FIVE CENTS BROWNWOOD TEXAS TUESDAY FEBRUARY 4 1919 VOL. XVIII. NO. 89 TIT? OIL NEWS PAGE 2 6 PAGES TODAY RUSSIAN S i New Director General Railroads of GDVERNMENTTQ M COHFEREMCE EXPLAINS THAT NO FORMAL INVI TATION HAD BEEN EXTEND ED BOLSHKYIKI. (By Associated Pjvs-1 f 'AHIS Feb. 4 Tito RuMaii snvi-t government will lake hall mea.-ures to Bring about an agreement with the entente according tofu wireless nu- sage sent out from-MoVnw Sunday P complained that the Eobhevi.u author- ities had received no formal imitation tojthe Princes Island amu reiuc th- only word regarding the i oi.iVrerue be- ing! in press -dispatches. The wireless message w.i - addressed ' to jp erl in Paris and every v. i : e re. W INCREASE THE GOVERNOR'S SALARY -j iff; A & - J ADJUTANT GENERAL'S OFFICE HOT TO BE INVESTIGATED BY . COMMITTEE PROBING RANGERS British Mystery Ship Revealed as Sub Destroyer . (Hy Askij: i.Ltel Prcr-l . AUSTIN Feb. -!. l'wi charges.. by Hcprcsoiiisilive Camilc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 4 February 1919

"1 Page Two BROWNWOOD BULLETIN FEBRUARY 4 1919 JUS Some lovelv Georfette " 1' ii I if - u I mm IKf m St Pr i 1 - m. E I - . -. -1 If ' ! Letters from the Front Letter of- Condolence fronr (he Ameri- can "! Crosse ;. .'" j ;. .-.Mrs. Katii Carnes. receded - the i- ; towing letter: of. sympathy Jand inl'ir- llniytion frr;in Miss .i"udCdeA-elanrt V the IfOJiis C'uiiuminieatuKi iScr-::c. 2 ' !o RUcito." Pari; iu.j j x-Kaj i': i H;jtrie.!c:;th of buy .:on-;. Ranted tifV.rne.;. vbo -U'-V.l of-diaeiisu-in Kr.ir.re : ' EXPERT PRESENTS Kill coiirai 10 H i mijll lifl H ! Mi-S PI H""1' ?: r:::Se trjn .k .ailH feu t hi rue.-.- ity cro promoted" U I li Za la lib U J U I LU1 LL i--K nuking? .'n.iu.averneiit wiili In ;i'eah individuariri t of banquet will be held at which Mr. the interests of all are centralized Richie will aafn' be y'ndn an o; p'.r- into a community spirit Which nan- tunit to preset t his mes.ige i tl.e i-dtea the misunderstandings and jeal people of- t!)( city. A committee of ou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 4 February 1919

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN. FEBRUARY 4 1919 TKi age ree JENNINGS V EXCLUSIVE LADIES STORE" Hosiery Fay Hose for Children White arM Black Sizes 5 to 8 50c kind 3 prs. for Gordon Ribbed Hose for Children sizes 5 1-2 to 10 50c kind 3 pairs Gordon Round Ticket Ribbed H White and Black sizes 5 1 Flairs for . . infants Silk Lisle Hose Black and 6:; 25c kind on sale pr. . . . ''Gordon Round Ticket Silk ;sale pr Cordon Silk Fibre Hose the Gordon Silk Fibre Hose the 35c kind on sale pr. 25 G J$L50 Silk Boot hose colors Gray Suede Russia Calf Bronze Black and White on sale pair SI. 2 3 Irrigation Engineer - -Here to Look Over Brownwood District f "E. p. Balcom irrigation engineer With 'headquarters in Dallas is in Brownwood today for the purpose of inspecting this irrigation district with & view to working out a tentative irri- gation plan for the Brownwood dis- trict. ' 1 Mr. -Balcom has :been doing irrigation engineering work for thirty years and ; among the most successful of his ' achievement...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 4 February 1919

-Mi Page Four BROWN WOOD BULLETIN FEBRUARY 3 1919 HE BR0WNW00D BULLETIN HAYES PRINTING CO. PROPS. Member Associated Press and that help be' given in the estab- lishment of irrigation; because the products of "vv jest Texas are needed Hit; nation and nothing should be left Office of Publication Bulletin Build-. unilone AVhich wouu focrease the pro- . IDC. Corner Rrmvn .mrl T.pp Struts ti i - . miction or am m marKeting tne nro- Entered at the Postoffice at Brown- dui w(od Texas as second class matter- f ritirv TELEPHONES Editorial Office Business Office ...jNo. 22 ...iLNo.'y ts of the great West Texas ter- - i Mystery Tribes of China Use Primitive Methods of Conducting Their Affairs BntheExpense ie River! top ( By . Associated Press) NEW YORK Feb. -1. Fineon thou- ! sandl miles from - Broadway- in the1 '; wiltfe of Western China where the l'oot'i: SUBSCRIPTION r ;. 60 cents per month. $7.20 per -year in- advance. trading with the 'tu-ren and now vast quantities of raw vmi ;md' hide;-...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 4 February 1919

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN. FEBRUARY 4 1919 Page Five RRRRSpRS3SSRn.nonargsr mU HEALTH TALKS Where Most Sickness Begins Oi i T7 l- Texas' Honor Roll mi .- ! - ? ' ' nn do on 3D -.on i aa a oa DB nm DB DB nn . oa ' '131)1 D3 DB -DB DU DB DB I BB DB DB DB DB DB DB aa oa DB oa .oa oa on OB oa aa oa oa .oa oa B Ilk ' 3' : na 1 r an if! oj on an ; : -. I So -I nn HERE V -B. i Voundwl dGri'.a itudotennincd . AVounded- slightly D'.lO.- Total -1.."io. . " . ; . . : '. i-'M'oniHfoiI Dfij-'nie rnihslcrniinoil. 4tn Meiu.imc.iV Stiri" Antcmlo; Otto Ftriithn. Teinf)ie. En'imett Soir Fiijrffold. . fanoiic Elliott' Red water.'-' 8Br " :ili.iioi-.e Catii'i.)beU. Lonme "Uroom . Woodvulc. Snimml- .Malftjv (irf'Ciuvood raetchor Iir.ovn; Pilot" Po int. .Idhn Tlavifi lian. .' Getfrgo Km-r ICUihgton. -Viiini(;r Siiurlitiy. Jessio Davia 1'o.rt. Arthur. Joe. Franklin Dallas?. ISarl AvflkoH.: PalusUL O .t:": -IUraiik Lmidacliuii. -Yorkiown. :DC!- K'lvin (Vstor. Koimed5 'ay'l' An oirit. Mra'if'nl- I t I and Ends BY ...

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