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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 4 February 1919

Page Six BrownwooH Bulletin FEBRUARY 3 1919 1-1 We Are Now Showing NEW SPRING STYLES fa Women's and Hisses Suits and Dresses The New Spring Suits and Dresses with their beauty and attractiveness bec- on you to our Ready-to-Wear department. The new Suits for Spring wear have an entirely different expression due to the origination of new figure lines. The lines of the garments are such that the keynote characterizing the fash- ionable Spring modes may well be termed extreme simplicity. But the designers have worked into each garment decora- tive effectiveness that lends more style than has been shown in some years. LITTLE ITEMS OF LOCAL INTEREST The condition of 3Irs. Hugh Lnthem remains critical today. Announcement is made of l&e arrival of a fine baby boy born today to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cross. Tlie CJty Council will meet In regu- lar session at the City Hall tonight So far as is known only routine mat- ters are to come before the council. Soniehing more than thirteen hun- dred...

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

r BROWNWOOT) BULLETIN OIL NEWS PASE 2 PRICE FIVE QNTS BROWNWOOD TEXAS WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 51919 VOL. XVIII. NO. 90 AIR HiGEWO Premier Geo. Clemenceaux ELUNBESING AND RIOTING IN UPPER AUSTBIAN STATES. i (By Associated Pre) !LOKJ3'OX. Feul :. -Ti-nu-a? -.Is oi persons in the distrn-f i i.m i'lie capital of upp'r AiMna. It.! . Wen jlmiderinr t'n ln-lshps naul couiinirii'njr otii-'i- doprL. ijons ;u-eortling to ihe Evii.iiiirr Telegraph eoiTespaiiuhm ai y ii-v a. The ieoik i;he rvi.rt i.-:n-s. ave licconie walitli'ii-'d I y iiur.- i Relief for Roumanians ; PARIS-Feb. 5. The :ood rdiainls- - 3tii"! tin j .ilk tratiou has amiouneed regard::!?; 1 - -! J . lief work in Roumala.'thal an Anicri-' Pef can ship lias arrived at a .Roumanian ; T'rrf with co'fn Hmtbemfi t-illc of A rwr- ' " apan flour for the Roumanian reopie. ; Jjt nti TTlie Roumanians tjie statement sa-vV fjf j suffered an almost total faiiutv Ox their xjrops and ven from taese ioor cn.s Germany requisitioned a greru quant i-. ly...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 5 February 1919

Page Two T Tt3r twttfw.W' ? . BROWNWOOD BULLETIN . FEBRUARY 5 1919 V P Soldier - Arrested on 07 jFed Nes and Gossip ufittiu' wraidl -Ijiiiiiig. This. wan his reason for en- Later he reiuuuhorcd hii had Icf. rhig the store.. . 77ieZ Charge j Sat:; I- 773 -m-2.erm i B ""li r " " ' ' - - . . - - -i.it" 1 1 a m if of a trein xs jt m u ban- n ; - r ' - . ' u'y Assat!iatedKre53 . '.'V-V'p returned .for i!:eM. He w.. th -i .a-. ;RAX( a-T. Toxas. Feb. :( IL Sax- ! v .i:ialc'- tured S.y offieers who iiad n-uini' : m. a'ed ItK who died here-t.s one Of flij.V-Sij ' IiAHt1). Tf I-V.-. to tJ'o -tcio to in est ia.tx: . the olildst Vfasons in'T-Nas. was a CokL lec; i- 1 io hi :'i it or a di; " The soldier told h officers that fivil rfud Snanish .Amerfcen War vet- .DEEP TEST 10 NT It ACT LET. fjALERA. A contract lias been Ir letveen the Valera Oil and Gas Com- pany anil a prominent oil. operator o Oklahoma and (Kansas for a -.WW-rWo; test well Dear the Wood & Wooley .:: well on file Overall Ran...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 5 February 1919

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN. FEBRUARY 5 1919 Page Three. m mqmey era DURING PgT YEAR 1 OPEBftTIMG ROADS GOTJ2IIXMENT OWNERSHIP IN THE ;S$GTHrVESTEItN RK6I03 HAS PBOYED TCCESSFUL. Necessity" By Associated Press) WASHINGTON Feb. Zk Millions of dollars were saved in operating ex- penses of the railroads in the South- western region in the year just ended by unification of terminals consolida- tion of repair facilities a system of interchange switching and elimination of .iinnecessary passenger and freight train mileage according to the annual ! Teport today by B F. Bush. Southwest-' ern.director for the United States Rail- road Administration. ' One hundred and sixty-eight termi- nate. Including shops train yards and rstatlons were unified resulting in bet-1 ter service and an annual saving ott approximately 4143000. The report states there is still under . consideration a number of other unifi- i cations "which will he made if investi- gation develops the results to be ob- "Military FIRST OF S...

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

Page Four TE8R0WKWO0D BULLETIN MAYES PRINTING CO. PROPS. Member Associated Press Office of Publication Bulletin Build- i tog corner Brown and Lee Streets. ERter.ed at the Postoffice at Browh- woed Texas as second class matter. TELEPHONES Editorial Office No. 22 j Business Office No.3 SUBSCRIPTION 60 cents per moijth. $7.20 per year in advance. side. 4 BROWNWOOD BULLETIN FEBRUARY 5 1919 iere is a -prospect of great development in the northern ena or! it -i the county (but unless a road is pro- vided it. lis -going to he impossible to underlay much of this development until nexjt summer when dry weather' has automatically put the roads in a passable condition. The interested; The County Agent oil companies have offered to head the subscription lists' witti substan tial contributions and the. city to-i gether ;ith whatever laid the county commissiOners can give should com plete th-!j fund. If we want to profit from the bna- man who Boys mid' Girls Clubs. Itis our aim in this and subseq...

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

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN. FEBRUARY 5 191 4 4 PageFive: CLASSIFIED TOO STRONG ON SYMPATHY 1 c 7 u 7 AI '. . : faoons would Abolish Old Offices in Slate Elvira Parkins Had a Fault From Which Too Many of. Us Are Not Quite Free. - - LOST LOST Anto tool Creek and ijrownwood. turn to Bulletin. -i and Creole New Onesl i : lexas9 Honor Roll FOR REm Indian' FCtJMSHK.D rooms with or witshouf; rd. Re- bonjld. Phone .T-U72. ; I'Mtr FOR SAI;IM WANTED WA.NTED-econdhand huf R-613. E-7 rim (.-keeping room cm " 1 . - --C ;n.u io i.ny se -otid-JiJitt'i fur$i-;grgL tuns... ..Kow Se?ond Haul Story 1SM - J" i- 3 WA.NTED Colored g:l to do work in morning t all at t;iv Phone R-S77. WANTED electric fan :uor. mo- tion not considered. C. H. cliiiintis. Brown street phone JK'. --tCc R'KNT -tKvo ' connected '. rooms With ei'fctosed p Qiui -bath:' fc&ne .I-J5?.jf;' AXTE1 -To FOR 4 Fisfc lane your JjQZva orders at aithers Tailor ;S2iop. . fnS WAXTEIi Furniiuiv ; roods. Hj-gfcest jvri i. nsfcith. ::'.m m cam H 4 IT...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 5 February 1919

Brownwood Bulletin FEBRUARY 5 1919 V i - Our New Spring Silks Are Arriving ex-ceei11 design and color scheme any tiling that has fbfcehfoffered in many seasons. Any attempt that we might Tfc-todeseribe .their 'beauty and attractiveness would be al- iaostf utile; A look is necessary for you to appreciate them. CLOVER BLOOM SILKS soft: ahtl. clingy yet having suf- ficient 'body to insure service. Figured and flowered in Olive Green Purple Alice Blue. Rose GraJ and Black. Priced at ... r $2.85 'I ! BLEURETfTE. Of prohoueed Oriental desifrn. in Rose. Gold. and Gray. Priced at . .... . FLEURETTE. In solid color?. 'Hi -t -wear. I'ncea at I 4 -SILK CREPE PAILE. Much having a eranev effect that ad'ds uiese -Deautiiui siJKs m i'eirni ana wnite priced at BARONETfTE SATIN. -Heavy TAFFETA. In all the "leading to L;.. Georgette GreRe in all the leading shaiclesi priced at .$1.49 to . Grepe de Ghine all leading cWors iNEW SILK SHIRTING- A large ran1 from. Priced at .$1.50 to ...... THE STORE FOB ...

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

BROW N WO v-. -ps- "ti run "ml 6 PAGES TODAY i PRICE FIVE CENTS BROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY; FEBRUARY 6. 1919 VOL. XVIIL NO. 9V RECONG FFECTED FEDERAL TAX B Pres. Wilson Being Presented with Freedom of London FOR YEAR IS FINl 1 LIN ! Itffihl' LflllllL UDGE1 1ILL POWERS 10 BE GIVEN SEATS 1H SOCIETY OF NATIONS SHED Will Raise Six Billions This Year And Four Billions Next Year; Many Riders In Bill 15000 UNION IN 01 II WASHINGTON conferees agreenien (By Associated l'rbtcj C With the siibniiss'r.m j .! J. STRIKE IN STARTED I Ml QUID LE: OS on the long delayed war rcHunu . bill. the. American i o roijpto today in' the AlL. LI N ES F LAIf'JU i THE ('IT'. I people vcre presentkl with their prospcrtive f?rttmi U hnil-'ct 'fair r.U 1 u f J I 1 ana the ensuing year something over she billion dollars tni:; :.eu- t'.iii tour .NOW AFFKC'l l-ii BY billion :for the year (after subject to revision of the future rales which is expected to be undertaken oy the next Congress. J On the important general le...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 6 February 1919

Page T BROWNWOOD BULLETIN. FEBRUARY 6; 1919 wo V 07 Field Netfs and Gossip EW YORKERS COME TO. TEXAS TO LOOK OYER. 'EW FIELDS A party of fifty .New Yorkers leach- ed north Texas' this week traveling in a string of special Pullmans ami coming to Texas for the purpose ol looking over the wonderful' new oil fields opened during the past twelve months. The visitors represent big New York interests which have been operating or are getting ready to op- erate in Texas and they have come down to verify the reports of their PACIFIC HARBORS 10 B DEVELOPED; SKIP OWNERS PHOSPE ROUS .UI'ASESE SHIP OWNERS HATE PROFITED MUCH DIM' THE 1VAR. Salts if Kidneys Or Bladder Bother Harmless to Flush Kidneys mid 4cu tralize Irrjtaing Acids .Splen- did for System. . Kidney-and Bladder weakness result from- uric acid says a noted authority. Tho kidneys filter this acid from the blood and pass it on to . the bladder where it often remains. to irritate and inflame causing a burning scalding rrpnln mine whether...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 6 February 1919

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN FEBRUARY 6 1919 TK age ree AIKEN 3 77i30B83-ffiWll. COfPMryJ CHAPTER 1. : mouthed bragging; conceit. He could . . . . understand the failure of the river mi t i . m who had gone to college at Lawrence; rrid him Into the outer oflice of Tod . r ' lxonii -on.. : i t ! Dlltl married Gerty Holmes. Queer HwshQll. -The ushering clerk coat-! hm.aBB itra climllfl e even so remotely their orbits again That was:ia chapter he liked to skip. He walked over to the windows shielded ;jby bright awnings and looked down on the city where the "Who's In charge there?" Rickard was only gaining time. He thought he knew the name he would hear. Marshall's first word surprised him. "No one. Up to a few months ago it was Hardin Tom Hardin. He was general manager of the company. He was allowed to resign to save his ese and restless in expectation of the tJUrd hot spring day made a critical appraisement of the engineers get-up before he spoke. Then he stated that Mc. Marshall had not yet co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 6 February 1919

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN. FEBRUARY 6 1919 Page Four HE BR0WHW00D BULLETIN MAYES PRINTING CO. PROPS. Member Associated Press Office of Publication Bulletin Build- tng corner Brown and Ied Streets. Eatered at the Postoffice at Brdwn- wood Texas as second class matter. TELEPHONES ' ' Editorial Office Xo. 22 Business Office ...No. 3 SUBSCRIPTION 60 cents per month. 7.20 per year In advance. "Neither is it a government publican oi iaw. it is a rule pi some men selfish greedy ambitious impracti- cal and dreaming.: Others build a class; Idespotism foundedjon spoilation. Another group would ' revolutionize and Spillage unrebuked in public places." ;- j - . It jwould be rather difficult for jthe Repufilican critics . to show wherein "Mi- ' v 1 ' " " ' the -ijjemocratic administration is more despotic than have been all the Re- Texas Soldiers Trained At Camp Bowie Uphold State's Traditions Sags Lieutenant . (Fort Worth StarrTelogvam). AUSTIN. Feb WIIow the Thirty- sixth division.-upheld- the tradit...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 6 February 1919

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN. FEBRUARY 6 1919 Page Five 111 AW f1! ilC!CIPIPl h T5 Q Srsy Hair Ossoines LL lLl) ill) V EK 1 15LMLn 1 5 Dark mi Beantifal ! j- WANTED FOR SALE j FOR LEASE I fW i;ftl? CAI i.' iIAr 1 1 rt fill I f crir :.. 1 ...... c 1 bT tu"!"m'1 furni; on Durlidin street Will talio Liberty! acres .in tho central snot of the oil E. Broadway Phone 9 bonds small cash payment. WANTED Colore work in morninj Phone R-S77. WAXTEnPlAM- r u uu:; inu:uraiiy new- piano ai f nn Tint nnci.lnrA! r u r'Ji;... "r3"i: Brown -strnM 1 ft -wOOlM Store WANTED To Tjune your pianos .Leave orders at Gaiuier;s Tailor Shop. I'none 15S.. Geo. W. AYalher. FOR WAXTED Furniture and household! goods. Highest wires paid in cadi.!. ' - Phone .i--5iictivitv.. surrounded hv deen 'lest!?. tone 975. ir.Mfo . J -j-Wse in best possible torn'). abstract;' K!rt'to'"do"ho:HL BUy;TLNlas " D'aPs9i$a09 per acre. li. R nieitosdn Lnm- d cCn a . V" 'I" J5rim'11 Cf nly' al?- ojlasff'' ro-vaIt Pasas; Texas. . -IMp Letters from ...

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

Page Six Brownwood Bulletin FEBRUARY 6 1919 LITTLE ITEMS OF LOCAL INTEREST 3Iiss 3IInnIe .Matthews Is convalesc- ing after a severe illness. SPRING WOOL CLIP TO SELL LADIES' WAISTS! The new waists are re- marked for their beau- ty and attractiveness. Our new arrivals are in colors Sunset Flesh and white. They are lace trimmed and embroidered and beaded. Some have the new neck line while others the accordian plait- ed collars. Priced at $150 $8.50 and $9.60 I). Frank Telly has bought a farm about two miles-from Maverick and within the next few weeks will move his family there. THE STO&E FOB ALL ITHE PEOPLE? PERSONAL ITEMS B. H. McAnally of Santa Anna is a business visitor in Brownwood today. Mt$. Ed Strickland returned to her Mrs. J. G. Smith is spending several 3l0nf ?tlD?JIas s -InB- aftCr 11 weeks in Dallas. .vis. -with .Mrs. Steve White. . J f! fialinwuv rotnmi frviiT- fPnJ- Fr!iink Pearee passed : thru Brawn- - J.wnnr! f tit in rivn ill cr nnrnntn Tr lta ! I uiu iit) v j iii...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 7 February 1919

BROWNWOOT) BULLETIN ML MEWS PAGE? 4 PAGES TODAY PRICE FIVE CENTS BROWNWOOD TEXAS FRIDAY FEBRUARY 7 1919 VOL. XVIII. NO. 92 . LOWER FLOUR PRICES w BE EXPEGTED GOiyUKXMEXT TO FIX WHEAT TRICE BUT ALLOW PRICE TO ICONSU3CER TO ELX ITSELF. By Associated Press) WASHINGTON'; Feb. 7 .Members of the! House agricultural committee to- day expressed the opinion that the price of flour will be lowered and that the cost to consumers of other prin cipal food stuffs would decline should Congress pass the bill for carrying out the government's guaranty of the: wheat price which was approved last night by the committee. The bill provides that while the gov ernment would carry out its promise to fhe farmers of $2J2G per bushel forisehools for tlte education of working- the 1919 wheat crop the price to the consumer would he lixed only by theilished here ave been opened by the law of supply and demand. CONSUMERS MUST . EHJOY PROTECTION PUBLIC SHOULD GET BENEFIT OF THE SALE PRICE OF WHEAT HE SAYS (By Asso...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 7 February 1919

Page Two BROWNWOOD BULLETIN FEBRUARY 7 1919 TIE BROWN WOOD BULLETIN MAYES PRINTING CO. PROPS. "Member Associated Press Office-Df "Publication Bulletin Build- !bg corner Brown and Iee Streets. Entered at the Postoffice at Erown- wod Texas as second class matter. I i i mi cici n ucuic nun one$i SLOW PROGRESS MADE TELEPHONES Editorial Orfice ... Butiaess Office . . . ...No. .22 . . .No. . 3 SUBSCRIPTION 60 cents per month. $7.20 per year in advance. An- erroneous reflection upon the character standing or reputation ol "any. person firm or corporation -which may appear in the columns of The Daily Bulletin will be gladly corrected upon its being brought to the atten- tion of the publishers. The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for republication ol all news dispatches credited to it or not otherwise credited in this paper ;and also the local news published herein. (CRITICISM OF THE Y. -M. C. A. in I nnfu nnn ! inn Tlm oiUire sU)ok of h N I ifi m N 1 ' RctlllilS Cimininy...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 7 February 1919

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN FEBRUARY 71919 Page TKree . lit a ttlllllltlll K.MMMM J2 e m ft B River When the Colorado Burst Its Bank9 and Flooded the Imperial Valley of California a B E By EDNAH AIKEN ti D "n ON THE STREET ; ' " ..ill Fr Wear' has returned froni Kelly Field. San Antonio where lie received honorable discharge from the serviob.. He will locate-; on Im ranch aim it four miles j . froW " Mer- cury. . .( . .1 Considerable interest is manifested I .Monday (and th" in flip Y.'Im C. .A. -.flintier.. the Graham Jjfotol i 1 It - . r L advauwd tpe pnro appfeciartly since :a. bOitfe llpMat formerly. doRt ten cents M1W uui ii in;' mr '.t "j s. fretting out aimthrir ciajar. "I (old i.-s a raw danwr. -tlways starts oft'. - -J y uf The Rullo in ImildVf- llt.i lllicl- llAlrillf ) ll.n !-.... r . ' Till ' -T - 11 ys. ne iw tvs-ons. iois j thwu. ;!lWi ti. jinr v?riK'Fi..i .- v ui:u iciiow. Mil. sis you say. . . . 1...... mi in. fj-tfrrtirttn 1 ciuiint iitnl :iiie-i Hot roM viiinilili. iv r.vir...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 7 February 1919

.A Brownwood Bulletin Page Four rr FEBRUARY 7 1919 SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY A careful study of the many Specials listed helow. wlith prices will convince you of the exceptional values we offer. t Come to our store tomorrow prepared to supply your wants. The merchandise offered is of the highest quality that money will buy. Prices the lowest. . 5 ' SHEETING AND DOMESTIC f MEN'S WEAR WELLWORTH SHECTING 9-4 QNE LOT OF MEN'S MEDIUM ' ?eT?fec?? r 2 WEIGHT WINTE RSUITS Worth BLEACH DOMESTIC 36-m. Good to $22 50 For s j0i0fl oracle Worth Zjc tor UG BLEACH DOMESTIC 36-in. High ONE LOT OF MEN'S MEDIUM Grade Soft Finish worth 30c for 25c WEIGHT WINTER SUITS Worth BLEACH CAMBRIC 36-in. worth to $35.00 For SI 7.50 35c for 27c ONE LOT OF MEN'S MEDIUM Brown Domestic 36-in. Good Weight WEIGHT WINTER SUITS Worth worth 25c for : . . 15c to $45.00 .For $24.95 SJoSrw 81X90 H'mmed SIM ONE LOT OF MEN'S OVER- $2.00 1 72x90 . . . . . . . SL50 COATS Worth To $20 For S 1 0.00 DRESS GINGHAMS " ONE LOT OF MEN'S ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 8 February 1919

TT1V PRICE FIVE CENTS BROWNWOOD TEXAS SATURDAY FEBRUARY 8 1919 VOL. XVIII. NO. 93 D i HEWS PAGE 2 1 BROWNWOOD 13YTT T TjjV 6 PAGES TODAY COUNCIL PROBLEMS OVER MILLION MEN RELEASED FROM SERVICE CORRECTIONS OF CASUALTY LISTS REDUCED TOTAL OF .MEN UN- ACCOUNTED FOR. SEATTLE MAYOR DETERMINED TO ENFORCE LAW AjND ORDER DURING STRIKE OF WORKMEN Black Bear Killed by Bow and .Arrow j (By Associated Press) j WASHINGTON Feb. . General Slarch chief of staff said today that demobilization in the United States stow was on the home stretch. Up to yesterday a total of 67.03S officers and X033.812 men had been discharged. Iast week's casualty report show- ing over ten thousand of the expedit- ionary forces unaccounted for has tieen corrected to make the total -77S3 Bien. General March said today that General Pershing had reported a new total with the information that the figures are being reduced by from one hundred to two hundred names per day as a result of checking the rec- ords In the central of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 8 February 1919

4- i Page Two T- BROWNWOOD BULLETIN. FEBRUARY 8 1919 OIL FIELD NEWS AND GOSSIP There Was a Boom Here Hang Years Ago Built Petered Out ; Excitement Then Was Greater Than Is Now In City P0ST0FF1GE BUSINESS SHOWS GREAT GROWTH DURING FIVE YEARS Salts In Hot Water Clears Pinply Skin AAITJUI AS (UHLMA'y LAST TEAK'S KKCEH'T-S MOKE TJIA.X DOUHLE BUSINESS 1('E J).nU'(j TEAK 19U. steal: the land and its precious oil. Friers went out a sight in the twink- ling1 lof an eye and business was sim- .peae wnue "jPenqw. . n.the new federal building was occupied 'the body. A by a. show- While it lasted tlmMi le oil boor notbd - is the funct M. Gearing was. very ' 1 . 0 c 5n both receipts Lid volume of mail filter impurities be old bicycler natural but unsatisfactory death when 1 Several years ago almost a score of years ago to be more exact there was an incipient oil boom in Brownwood that was a regular stampede while It penned. - lasted. It was occasioned ing of oil that Capt C found in his well near...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 8 February 1919

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN FEBRUARY 8 1919 fiWrwoi page TKreS SOCETY Secial CaleBd&r. i The Self Culture Club will meet on ."Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. C. Ed- ward Andrews hostess. The Daniel Baker Auxiliary will aeet Thursday morning at 9:30 In the girls' dormitory. Tie City Federation will meet on Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock in the iclub room at the Carnegie Library. The Five Hundred Club will meet Friday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Lee ?Waton hosts. Christian Endenvor Social. ! The Christian Endeavor of the First j Presbyterian church held a social tmeeting on Saturday evening at the fhoB&e of Eugene and Allen Bennett o W. 'Anderson. ! ana ice cream cones were served. h . T Yt C i Picnic The members oVtie Y. W. C. A of Howard Payne College went on a hike Wednesday afternoon to Round Mountain. Games suitable to the occa- sion -yere enjoyed and kodak pictures were taken for the Lasso. A picnic lanch was spread. f Seckl Evening;. Saturday evening at her home on. Earl Avenue Lit...

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