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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 8 February 1919

Page Four BROWNWOOD BULLETIN FEBRUARY 8 1919 TIE BR0WRW00D BULLETIN MATES' PRINTING CO. PROPS. Member Associated Press Office of Publication Bulletin Build- 'fcig corner Brown and Lee Streets. Entered at the Posloffiee at Brown- woed Texas as second class matter. . TELEPHONES Editorial Office .Business Office .Xo. 22 SUBSCRIPTION 0 cents per month. $7.20 per year in advance. Any erroneous reflection upon the character standing or reputation ot any person firm or corporation which may appear in the columns of The Dally Bulletin will be gladly corrected upon its being brought to the atten-j tion of the publishers. country readily admits the right! of the wiorking man to organize unions and ti strike in order tor secure what i is considered fair treatment from the employers.. Two-thirds- or three- fourtlis perhaps of the. strikers in Seatlife have no grievance .of their own; iThey are demanding' no adjust ments of working conditions or . (in- t t THE PARSON'S GOLVMW "A Thins: of Shreds...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 8 February 1919

. f - . ; -I- . ii - V I I . i - - ji - .:. t mil ir - lliA: J"VP R - IS 1 i w 1 m If rl BROWNWOOD BULLETIN FEBRUARY 8 1919 Page Five lines; broken and baked into irregular! sand cakes;-the mark of sand which' has been imprisoned hy water and ' branded by -.swiff knit. ! Close. by meiiwere putting in with ' a ytfur back. In some districts .you can buy a good farm for a ticket back home the fanners are so discouraged. Cold feet." The slang; soitnded oddly Somehow. The- man's voice: had" the ! 11 . v ;..t f At. ' - ii A v 1 "Com Toot." The 'river's .hilled thum. '."Cm C r" . ' " ""' Li: ' r i ... . . . . .Mivni pm. auii-y nure lassii'' a suimro i rainr JCow i liov luiiuiiuu jvicuani were ahreust of a iield of matured al u;uu inn ii 5 .inv:rrMu. jjiie.v w ere passing a he valley's losing faith in the coni-j.wluil.- thu rim )- Uu j l:ip" . - . i 'were j piercing 1lie grr)tmd: Is'o I i ''W.hnt:-rnmiljinv?" inriTiirnn 1? inl.-ji rU ;;.! CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS lretPnsp; .of a gemle iSvi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 8 February 1919

t Page Six Brownwood Bulletin FEBRUARY 8 1 19 1 I! i : r :-1 J 7 Tl'TAB STORE FOG ALtl YPTHE PEOPLE n 5y LITTLE ITEMS OF LOCAL INTEREST Additional contributions to the In? fluenza relief funds not previously re- ported include: M A. Ruble $1; J. J. Hayes $2. Will Turner and Tom Stone have re- signed their connection with the Austin-Hall Company of this city and ha vp talcen positions with the Axtell Company of Fort Worth. Both will continue to make headquarters in this city it was announced today. r-:' - ft li. P. Taylor who was- here from May .Friday afternoon says the fields in his section have been so wet that it was impossible to plant anything INFLUENZA VICTIMS REGQVER NG FAMILY OF SINE VICTIMS OF ELM- DEMIO AHE ALL. WELL OR CONVALESCING NOW. It will be very gratifying to the many Brownwood citizens who contrib- uted to a fund for the relief of a fam- ily of nine persons victims of influenza and pneumonia to learn that the entire family" is now oil the road to recovery only one...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 10 February 1919

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN ML MEWS PAGE 2 PRICE FIVE CENTS BROWNWOOD TEXAS MONDAY -FEBRUARY 10. 1919 VOL XVIII. NO. 94 NATURAL GAS COMING TO BR OWNWOODSO ON WEDNESDAY FEB. 1 9TH. ROADS BAY wen mi spent m TEDIOUS NEGOTIATION FOR PRACTICAL FLAN CONTRACTS NOW "LKT Forc piiv LINE AND WORK WILL START AT ONCE. J iln order to clarify the situation -with reference to Uie natural gas situation A- in Brownwood the following state ment has been prepared by Harrys a Knox chairman of the Industrial Bu reau of the Chamber of Commerce: When Percy E. Magee of Tulsa Okla. brought in his first big gas well south of Bangs Brownwood people breathed a deep breath of satisfaction. At last tMe long dream of -an abundance of chep fuel had come true. This was just about a year ago j The many reasons why we are not enjos'ing this natural gas supply today are too numerous to incorporate in tats article. However as there are so j Stan v rumors and misnnflprstrmilintrs 1 abroad it seems to me necessary to aire a tew fa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 10 February 1919

Page Two OIL FIELD NEWS AND GOSSIP t i BROWNWQOD BULLETIN. .FEBRUARY 10 1919 MUM UNDER WAY TESTS OF COUNTY imen with money are uncommon slow iln loosening up to men with little 'means but keen vision. That y un- derstand is something else again. BIG SUPPLY COMPANY NEW WEST IEU5 LEASES ELKS BUILDING! ORGANIZATION IS STABX progress w BEIXG ' aCABE IX 3IOST OF THE BEEP WELLS IXCOUXTY. Oil Leases and Transfers WILL ALSO LAY PIPE L1XE FR03I 3IAGEE GAS WELL TO TJ1K CITY-LIMITS. standing committees to handle the var Jous- questions. that wiirbenefit.tii.e (ions represented. He stressed the that the organization will represent! from Kit) to 200 counties and-a popula-' lion of 2f00000( that with this back-j waftiin Tawrir. in mim mm in r ' OI'i 'j The Ohio Pipe & Supply Company- M. A. Richmond to G. C. Skinner wh:Rl. h hnm lease 160 acres in survey No. 77 Cp-i.store Jn Browmvood for the past year manchc county school land m Brown ; Uls Ieased Ul0 lowcr floor D the .EU;S comity - Consider...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 10 February 1919

a1 BROWNWOOD BULLETIN FEBRUARY 10 1919. w-arsr-n pag THrejs iMiuem OAS COMING i Tn Rpnuiuuinnn iu uuuniinuuu r (Continued from page one) consumer at 30c per thousand cubic fet. Mr. Letson states that he is per- ffectly satisfied -with the rate specified fet the present franchise and will make s reasonably low rate to industries. The question of a proper charge for gas has been -very much discussed of late lainly would not be profligate to con- tract for half that amount. The indus- trial rates vary in Texas and Oklaho- Jma from 1$ to 35c on the new scales. A Fallacious Policy. It can easily be seen that the policy of conservation through the use of high rates advocated by the larger corporations might defeat the very end which is most appealing in their argu- ment that is the greatest good to-the greatest number. For gas nt 85c or $1.00 would become a luxury and peo- ple of moderate means would not be able to use it. We know that locally it would greatly reduce domestic con- sumptio...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 10 February 1919

'age Four f ... TE BR0WSW00D BULLETIN !.- W pressmen and Senators are good seeds MAYES PRINTING CO. PROFS. J Planted m the spring mem. State BROWNWOOD BULLETIN FEBRUARY 10 1919 wood Texas as second class matter Member Associated Press .gardens of persons receiving ruI rTT" f a letter to the press of tin Wi uoiicauon bulletin Build-; M 0 v. . teg corner Brown and Lee Streets. ' 5S ! r p k WASHINGTON Feb. 6. My attend Kitered at the Postoffice at Brown- ttion lias been called to a statement carried in a postal! card issued. by one p.r the war activities in an endeavor to stimulate gardening as follows: pDo not depend upon free seed; they jare .-usually qi i)Ut little . value." ' I do not discuss the policy of fur- jnishing Iree seeds. That is a matter (about which there is much difference jof opinion. How.ever as to t3ie seeds TELEPHONES Editorial Office .. illness Office ' :No. 22 .Xo. 3 SUBSCRIPTION CQ cents "per month. $7.20 per year in advance. BR0WNW00D-.A GOOD TOWN TO LIVE IN Th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 10 February 1919

I . H -f " " J .BROWNWOOD BULLETIN. FEBRUARY 10 1919 Page Five 4 I -J V m k' viw Ta fir ww m a If I II I t Vv'fv- a 1 1J 7 .W .! . a& 1 ft . . - I -I ouc m.to tne noun;; uii.e ion;g.hno lio -'. That was not Hardin's face.-- It held anticipated at 'the desk was not. rhere-! strength mid power. The outline was (-flon Khari anil distinct ShOWing-tllO' StrOng- OnO Olid. Of thO-lori!? rnmi'tOl' iHill j-ltttiic 11w ilriff.rminnil .nmnfh if f1 .nf I been converted into a. soda-water bar.! peer. There was something else some- ( j.w iiisii siintM biuuts hi jT.onc )l me i mmg wmcn stood tor distinction no . White marbled stand with its towering; it couldn't he Hardin. And. then. because an -oulthrsst l!pj ADVERTISEMENTS l. Pn relied occupants itf'i he bus. A. AyMtV; clianired. the "entire look of the man1 was. pourjaj; .cororo Itjelcard asked his. table- companions LOST FOR SALE EDNAtf- t coated youth --sirups into : clinking of ice "Fhat s a nqw ne on. me" grinned f Itickarcl tunUng towa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 10 February 1919

Page Six Brownwood Bulletin FEBRUARY 10 T91 WILL POSSIBLY HAVE DIPPING VATS: MANY PEOPLE FAVOR IDEA LITTLE If EMS OF LOCAL INTEREST if. STORE FOB ALL THEPEOPLE mm The condition of Mrs. A. YV. McCor- kle is slightly improved today accord- ing' to information from relatives this afternoon. u n hip1 Beginning Tuesday Ending Saturday SEWING WEEK! Necessity is a Whip That Drives us While Opportunity Beckons us to Her Side FEB. II TO FEB. IS Extensive Assortments and Many Important Values in White Goods Ginghams Colored Voiles Colored Organdies Plain and Fancy Taffetas Satins Foulards Crepe de Chine Georgettes etc. .1 Silks Despite the ever increasing demand for silks ive "are in a position io supply .your world s choicest designs and vd that must attract. ' 3S-in. Silk Foulards. new and ti $2.49. -to . demands with tJie ives and at prices intiful Priced at V-.i tu . tjr 295 40-ini Crepe Silk Fade in Rosij Pekin Blue. Ecru. Black and White Priced at $1.98 4d-mt Silk Fhmrette Light fB!udj ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 11 February 1919

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN 4 PAGES TODAY PRICE FIVE CENTS BROWNWOOD TEXAS TUESDAY FEBRUARY 11 1919 VOL. XVIII. NO. 95 Bolsheviki Have a Big Army and Keep Country in Turmoil AFTER VISIT IE PRESIDENT WILSON IN ROME ITALY I (By Associated Press) ijoNDON Feb. 11. Describing the situation at Omsk the capital of Si- beria a member of the Canadian con- tincent says that country is in a chron- ic state of disorder and that owing to this condition no trains have been run- ning for weeks according to Reuters dispatches. The J3orsheviki have in- numerable men and a more or less or- ganized army. A Jt Is rumored that seventy-five per cent of the population of Oinsk num- oering two hundred thousand are Bol- sheviki but if they start anything we are Yeady for them" says the Cana- dian. 1 .Launch iBfantry Attack. The Bolsheviki launched an infantry attack Saturday against the allied po- sitions near Sredraakrega southeast of Archangel and were repulsed accord- ing to the official statement on the .activit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 11 February 1919

Page Two BROWNWOOD BULLETIN FEBRUARY 11 1919 TElMWIWOOPItlLLETIN " AUlYE&. miXTJXG CO. ERQPS. . . Jleinber Associated Press. Ottice TubUcAtioo Bulletin Build- Corner Brown and Lee Streets. EiiVwe at the Postofflce at Brown- wotd Texae as second class matter. TELEPHONES Editorial Office No. 22 BaaiMfis Office No. 3 SUBSCRIPTION 80 cents per month. j?7-20 per year In advance. Any erroneous reflection upon the character standing or reputation otj any praon firm or corporation -which may appear la the columns of The Dally Bulletin "will be gladly corrected upon its feeing brought to the atten- tion of the publishers. terest or other wise. When -fee had finished he sat down hut no one could take Issue with him. If anybody else had anything to -say it had to be con- cerning some other subject. What each man said had to stand unchal- lenged and undisputed. No destructive criticism Or argument was allowed except In setting forth a constructive opinion. If a man wanted to get into the sa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 11 February 1919

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN FEBRUARY 11 1919 FIT Page TKree ffffl K ! fewer -of reefy Offered. For Freedom's .Sake -would give me more lessons moiv real knowledge in a ycai than I'd set In six; at college. I kicked up an awful row" ' -. . ' . . The older man smiled. "Of course.' You don't want to. go buck how" 1 The boy made a wry . face. "He ex- pects me to go back in August. Says I must." . ' - " - "YOu did nojt'tell me your name;1' "'MacLtttn. deorze : MaeLcnii." said-? Frnt'dom might live ..Tire world will the Voting- niair.rath.er consciously Ttrl ever remember - this heroic . .sacrifice .was a good deal to livemp to. Ue til-. janui outpouring of the -blpwUof ItsUnrn to C -E. Wood 1 ways felt the appraisement which fol-j youth it l5 liianvisa .not .unnutulful j and receive reward; lowed that -admission. Gc?rj;:e Mnc- iot tJicgivat service to tne worm jren-i j CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS - : : ; 1 s LOST Sfx millions of the yo.Uh and chival ry: 6f Franco have been offered- that LOST Man's ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 11 February 1919

P8e Four 'fIJ Brownwood Bulletin FEBRUARY 11 1919 '.J." SEWING WEEK Is -successful because it offers Genuine Bargains Fresh Wanted Merchandise at Less Than Silks 38-in. Silk Poulards new ami beautiful Kvieeil nf Oil i f i - r 1 to iv-in. Crene Silk Failp. in T?n 5 Black and White Priced at : 40-in. Silk Flourette. Light Blue aud 'White. Priced at 36-in. TAFFETAS in all the .popular idiots Priced at ii.ou to 40-in. CREPE ide CHINE in all Priced atL50. to ' ' .GEORGETTE iCREPB. in all iha ui ( J.tjvj IV ................... .fasSO Woolen Serges French and -Storm Serges in colors yy. i'urple Jirown. Tan and Black. $1.00 value for GSc $1.23 for i.u lor Stf.lo $l.yt for .... .K 2.50 for Serge especially 2vavv. oecunies if place among nlalerials used in the and skirts. Dress Ginghams and 25c Dress Ginghams and Percales 3oe Dress Ginghams and Percales . 40e to 50c Dr(fss Ginghams ;..-.:.-. I 35c 32-in. Zephyr Gingham iii Plaids and Stifipes. An unusual Value. Priced at . . ; 48c t i Sheetin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 12 February 1919

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN 6 PACES TODAY PRICE FiVE CENTS BROWNWOOD TEXAS WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 12 1919 VOL. XVIII. NO. 96 AMERICANS TO OPPOSE PLAN TO POOL DEBTS riOPOSEB PLAN WOULD INCLUDE ALL THE "NEcTKAL NATIONS OF THE "WORLD. (By Associated iTess) PARIS Feb. 12. "While President jWtteoo and the allied premiers'and gtaerals are deeply engross&"Kin per- Xectlac plans for the ersit!ion of the society of nations and terms for the; extension of the armistice with Ger- awny steps have already been taken "by a. committee of the peace conference for the adoption of a great interna- tional pooling system for debts which s "will include all the neutral nations I Whether they wish to or not. This plan Trill meek with the most determined resistance from the Amer- icas delegates who feel that America iia her full share to the allies by fur- nishing troops and an almost unlim- ited supply of money and materials. MVIiL APPROPRIATION BILL PASSES HOUSE CARRIES APPROVAL OF THREE YEAR BUILDING PROGRAM FO...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 12 February 1919

Page T BROWNWOOD BULLETIN FEBRUARY 12 1919 Unconquerable Spirit Of LtHTe Russian Woman is Praised by Author Friend Oil Field Netfs and Gossip ACTIVITY I POKE COUNTY 1XCRKASIXU ROBERT LEE.Robert Lee Oil Well No. 2 on the Stroud farm one mile west. -C1 u . UW1 of town was measured late Saturday j nnd fresh. lrodnc B territory is af . LvoniMo- Woo ri i40 - fton .w 1 scarce as in the old division of Penn- . miRlnJn hpr. - . . -i' .... ni'antnir ntiil woo rrttirirl in lm n"i Font WJien KerensKy came mio power;--" .v svivann surface to meet the needs of war. This represents .an increase in- pro duction of 13.774.1S3 over 1917 and .9434408 of those barrels of increase overe from north Texas where admit- i tedly development was only getting under way. "Only when the whole United States" says an authority "has been exploited even to the deep formations and Mme Ureshkovsky and other ex- iles were freed in 1917 she came to can it be "estimated that the k nnrl ion iiir-hna floan At i riant It ....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 12 February 1919

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN. FEBRUARY 12 1919 Page Three; Texas' Honor Roll L T ANDREWS IS 'Wounded. riecrrp.fi iindpif'rinfnpd ?UR t "Wpmmdcd slightly 1051. tWaie4 Degree Undetermined. Jlarvey Oaks Sherry. 3e Richey Midway. HoIandUShofner Huntington. Sherman Slusher Paris. Homer Young Bedlas. Travis Dickey Houston. Jasper Gartman Huntsville. Elmer Habby Dunlay. Oscar Anderson Leuders. Lem&l Barnhill Marlin. Lane Box Runge. Judge Gray; Killeen. John Hopkins Palmer. Attbry ilcWilliams .Murchinson. Lee Bushwar Bowser Vessle Hart Stockman. 0oira Alexander Afton. James Ferguson Sacul. Weairiea SUghtly. Oscar Anderson Elgin. Jacob Penn Duncanville. jMorris Walker Uvalde Andrew Moore Cooper. lEImer Shores Abilene. jMike Perry Knox City. SRoyal Simon Victoria. Eddie Walker Cleburne. Robert Williams San Antonio. John "Wilson Quanah. George Rogers Alvin. Alex Nesbit San Angelo. Herbert Shoemaker Winiisbord Raymond Orr Naples. James Taylor Timpson John Naylor. "Wichita Falls. . Blake Cowden Center...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 12 February 1919

our BROWNWOOD BULLETIN FEBRUARY; J 2 1919 TE NtOWNWOOD BULLETIN 4LA.YES PRINTING CO. PROPS. Member Associated Press Office of Publication Bulletin Build- tag corner Brown and Lee Streets. "Eatered" at the Postoffice at Brown- nmd Texas as second class matter. - . l : that just what kind ot a newspaper would the Bulletin become? TELEPHONES Editorial Office No. 22 Bntteess Office No. 3 SUBSCRIPTION W cents per month. $7.20 per year In advance. Any erroneous reflection upon the character standing or reputation of aay prson firm or corporation which ay appear in the columns of The Dally Bulletin will be gladly corrected poa its being brought to the atten- tion Df the publishers. The Associated Press is exclusively satitled to the use for republication of all news dispatches credited to it or W)t otherwise credited in this paper a4 also the local news published kereln. BEARING BURDENS FOR OTHERS. It is a characteristic human fault that all of tis are able to moralize and offer suggestion...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 12 February 1919

EROWNW.OOD BULLETIN FEBRUARY 12 1919 age Fi ive ' RIVER. ierence tomorrow morning." i;iciisivil .'Avas.speiililni'.- ""Mi ll'ardih iviTl you set the hdur at your convenience'" Becahse Jt was --so kindly done Har bin showed his ih-i?t resentment. "It Slhfrtf n string of thcni; Once will nut ho possible for mo to Do there. I'm ;goinjr'to Lo.s Anglos in t he-morn Ins. He : turned is destroyed. Of con wo capital is shy. Jle'M! had the devil's own luck .with i Oiffdrd. honest hut .mulish; ' men : Sather mulish' and . not honest oh went; to Ilormosillo.-to get an option on my hiihcf'.s lands. They .jvore. already . A TT7"T!T .'!" and left the ofhee '.covered .hy an. option held by some i Estrada following him. '' ' men Jin Scotland. Another man would "Oh MiMiardih you mustn't take it. f.haye waited for the throe months to that "way." he. expostulated concern in jiass n.iJ. .n.."4i'.. 4.... ' 'Til take orders from him hut he i with :jgnve me none" growled. Hardin." j j not what ;ybu think....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 12 February 1919

Page Six Brownwood Bulletin FEBRUARY 12 1919 SEWING WEEK 1 Many Women Are Taking Advantage of This Event to Supply Their Entire Needs for the Coming Season in White Goods Ginghams Do- mestics Silks Fancy Voiles Organdies and Tissues Woolens Etc. Our Stock is Large our assortment Complete and Values are Unques- tionable. Come Tomorrow Prepared to Supply Your Needs. You Will Not be Disappointed. Silks S8-in. Sillr Poulards new and beautiful 3'rieed at :&A9-to 4 $2.98 40-in. Crepe Silk Faile in Kose Pekln Blue Eirn Black and' White Priced at 4 $1.98 40-in. Silk Flourette' Light Blue Pink Navy Black and "While Priced at $2.75 36-in. TAFFETAS in all the popular! colors Priced at $1.50 $2.1Vrto . $2.39 40-in. CREPE de CHINE in all the fading colors. Priced at $1.50 to . ... -!(. $1.98 GEORGETTE CREPE in all the lading colors. Priced at $1.50 to $1.98 Woolen Serges iFrench and Storm Serges in colors Cftipe. Blue Na- vy. Purple Brown Tan and Black. $1:00 value for GSc $1.25 for .; SSP $...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 13 February 1919

BROWN WOOD BULLETIN 1 PRICE FWE CENTS ' BROWNWOOD TEXAS. THURSDAY FEBRUARY 13 1919 VOL. XVIII. NO. 97 PRESIDENT LEAVES PARIS FOR RETURN HOME TOMORROW NIGHT ARCH OF FREEDOM1 WILL RENEW ARMISTICE WITH GERMANY ON STRINGENT TERMS Publicly Announces Intention to Return to France; Socie- May Be Suspended by Allies in Case Germany Fails to Adhere to All Provisions j Demand In formation as ; to Equipment of Military Forces f. ly of Nations Plan Ready for Submission to Plenary i " Session of .Conference ; (By Associated Press) PARIS Feb. 13. In a written reply to tfaei delegations of the French Asso- ciation of the Society of Nations which . recently called upon Mm President Wilson for the first time made known a is intention to return to France after oing to Washington. Arrangements ive been completed for the Presi- deaths departure from Paris Friday fclsht. There now is belief in official cir- cles that the .peace conference will be able to complete its work: by June 1st. f The commission ...

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