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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 17 February 1919

IN 4 PAGES TODAY PRICE FIVE CENTS BROWNWOOD TEXAS MONDAY FEBRUARY 17 1919 VOL. XVIII. NO. 100 Foundations of the World Shattered bp Five Years - i i of Conflict During War WHERE THE GERMAN REPUBLIC IS BEING .FORMED BERLIN NEWSPAPER E mm ARCHANGEL SECTORS WITH LEAGUE PLAN issaij BROWNWOOB B BOLSHEVIK SUSPEND OFFENSIVE 1 1 DISPLEASED IT TUMTTWT I T r r - ! HI K WWm WM W Mil" I'M II I IP II i i I li ii I '1 Rmt there lias been a quiet but sin- cere revolution in Great Britain dur- ing the past five years of war was the emphatic statement last night My Captain C. K. Mprse of the Canadian army who spoke- to a large audience at the First Methodist church. The "very foundations of the old order of life in England have been shattered lie declared and never again will there be the rule of the aristocrat as has been the custom for many hund- reds j years. What proved to he startling infor- mation for the entire audience was Captain -Morse's statement evidently upon good authority that a few m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 17 February 1919

f j TFl w rttura. junas earnea uij.er norinaivunuiuu"?- KJueasincss US W LJuy H f s - - - 1 1 Hi I .... w"cr AsaociaigQ ress sucn waste ana extravagance wuS &f AM tm RnnJx . ! M ttt- inevitable. And investigation wm snow.r . - - m - i . . m - -muM i : ' -i I a Qtoi-OCfilMlQAtloa Bulletin. BuUd.- ccyH ex Bro wn and Lee Streets at Brown- WdwU Texas as second class matter. . . TELEPHONES EdRorkl Office No. 22 Butfaw Office No. 3 SUBSCRIPTION M'cfsis per montk. $7.20 per year in mf I advance. war materials salaries and other .nec- essaries "comes to he discharged with funds earned uner normal conditions. Such waste and extravagance was inevitable. And Investigation will show !we think that some of Senator VcK-. rose's republican constituents in Penn- sylvania were among the most greedy profiteers of the war period. There was the grossest stupidity i'fnnranw nnd nil niditv all at work. vUhnnt mohfil in rvnlitJnnl nff flfntifttl. Sal an in ttad I haste ttalWta- that It it should contr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 17 February 1919

Brownwdod Bulletin Page Four FEBRUARY 17 T If 3 Distinctive Spring Apparel A Charming Display Brimful of Interest ! EVERY DAY more of the new season 's styles in suits dresses and rare novelties in skirts find their wa to our Ready to Wear Department. Each day the new garments are soiling and as we have pleased many others we would like to have opportunity to please you. . -!! : p SUITS in box coat models semijTailored Tlussian Blouse -etc. shown in Trieotine mid serge jlhe majorityiin navy with Rookie 1 Sand Tan also in favor; If - 'J' - NEW SILK COATS by pishman jirrived this morn'ing made. oi byivette Kibbed Silk and UhitJpn Broadcloth prices $30 to $45 BLUE SERGE CAPE New. arrivlil price .$22.50 NOVELTY SKIRTS White Georgette with -Flowered flounce and otlrer novelt3r silks such as Dfjv Kist-iviunsi-Ktimsa Sillw Gabardine Moon-Glo and other materials $12:50. $15' -$16.50 to $25.00 buy early. NEW Linen handkerchiefs in plaii 25e to 50c iulfanc em- broidered corners 35c to 50c-rNE...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 18 February 1919

BROWN WO OP BULLETIN BROWNWOOD TEXAS TUESDAY FEBRUARY 18 1919 ML NEWS PAGE 2 1 fc-z 6 PAGES TODAY .PRICE FIVE CENTS VOL. XVIII. NO. 101 1 GOOD ROADS DA Y POSTPONED SHUEIE PUIS FOB ASSEMBLING OF TOOLS MO OTHER EQUIPMENT UXAT&UABLE BELAYS IS PBEPA- JUTLONS Ft EYENT CAUSE OF FOSTPOXEXENT. .Good roads day which was orisinal- ly et for tomorrow Wednesday Feb- ruary 19th has been postponed until ft "later date the committee. in charge eC arrangements having reached this MClKstan late Monday evening after careful review of the situation. While thrpostponed date has not been defi- nitely agreed upon it will probably fee "Wednesday of next week. The reasons assigned for the post- eKient are that in the first place the weather is very uncertain; second that Saturday of this week is a legal holiday and business will be some- what handicapped thereby; and third that owing to matters which have ckbsed the entire attention of the ooMjaissioners' court during the past week it has been impossib...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 18 February 1919

1 h i ) i ii i 1 i l ' i ;4 Page Two BROWNWOOD BULLETIN FEBRUARY 18 tl 91 9 Oil Field NetOs and Gossip BAILEY WELL Iff 6EISEGI 3 XATPHAIi IfLOW ER031 -QUE HOT. SAIUITO UK F lHW.-V-r Ol it BARRELS DAILY. eafcjt of Browinvpods-jlias been aban- doned nt 261 f feet. - JD. J. lcJnnkin hsk finally abandoned his 'test on the Sewell land eight miles northwest of Brpwmvood at 1.CC0 .feet after stand- ih idle several fflOnths.-i McCcolc and ' others have abaW&ied . their test on !thg Hallum land. -seven; miles south- wfcst ai BrownwooiJ;iiti'2oO feeL Col- lins and others have r abandoned their tefit on the Low land four miles fcoutli- !ea$t of Drown wood at 1.2G0 fee. The :Te;xas3tclaboina. Qil &iGas company's i: : test two miles iand? a half sou(hwest or.iirowmvooa has Been arjancioneu ai it could not bp developed because '.of water which came into the hole unex- pectedly. The Te.Vas-Oklahoma test rtn Wntl mniintn in wns tn hr ;i 'ilnmi test. but. was abandoned at 1.2)! feut72s acres...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 18 February 1919

"9 - t. is BROWN WOOD BULLETIN FEBRUARY 18 1919 Page Three HAPPY !N POVERTY Firmer Theatrical Star Ends Restless Search. K'ItfMCp!e Career of May Yeht OJce Petted Favorite of Two Con- ftaentt Bids Fair to Have Un- conventional Ending. Searching for happiness conven- tionally and unconventionally along tfce gilt edges of the world Madcap May Yofee once darling of royalty feas fousd It -at la$t as the wife of a wsrklBginaB amid humble surround- iS herself a janltress. She - has f3 It la work in service and In self-effacement. It is as Mrs. John Smuts that the tempestuous theatrical star of yester- day has added a bright chapter to the life that led the American girl to an Eaglleb peerage at eighteen Into treoblesonie days of escapade through heartbreaking years and decline of time. Into marriage again and adven- tures In far lands. All In the restless March for love. At the end of her kaleidoscopic ca- reer she Is now in Seattle knowing pcrerty and the yeaning of toll and sfee says sh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 18 February 1919

lit r ? - - Page Four BROWNWOOD .BULLETI N FEBRUARY 1 8 1 919 n f HE BROWNWOOD BULLETIN -"f - weathernqed-his views 1 Ttriin'n U.VI rut lino nntcnnp ol fnml fni " . vri ii-iiim inw. w MAYES PJtlNTIXG CO. PROPS. v. Member Associated Press the maintenance of theprilice depart- TZrZT. ----. men tIle saiarjes 0f jg department Office of Publication Bulletin Build- . - tag corner Brown and Lee Streets. nt of the geneai fund. 'San Anglo's police department is support- Entered at the Postofflce at Erown- wod Texas as second class matter. TELEPHONES Editorial Office .No. 22 Butlness Office . .IXo. 3 SUBSCRIPTION 60 cents per month. $7.20 per year in advance. . ' . Any erroneous reflection upon the character standing or reputation of any person jfirm or corporation. Ivhich may appear' in the columns of Tlieiwork done for' the water department Newnglander A"owe Blowing Oyer of Church Steeple by Hurricane to: influence Kis Wedding Plans. " Daily Bulletin will be gladly corrected upon its bems b...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 18 February 1919

V. Jf. Brownwood Bulletin FEBR0ARV481 iVl'l s 'Page Six I '-- Your New Spring Coat Suit What vijl it be like. Here are some of the new features you will fnid. Tapcrlntr of f - ' " skirt and nftrrow'as to width. i Partial groupings oflmttons. i to embroidery and colored it' 1 Testecs. Xfcuidad ;in their preference ifor Box. Goats 'the distinctive tailored or the blousel type. Materials Tricotmc erge. checks etc. Colors Navy leading with Tan elayJ -cement rookie popular . 420 lip to .'. 565.00 FOR FURTHER ZXFOR NA- TION see 'tiie many new gar menls we are showing many 3iave pronounce J them Brownwood s best values. THE STORE FOR ALL PERSONAL ITEMS J. H. King left this morning for point west on business. Jlrs. C. T. Bowen of Fort Worth is a guest of Jlrs. Olive Bowen. JL D. Kelley of Santa Anna is. a ibuslness visitor in Brownwood today. H. E. Conway came in Sunday from -Galveston where he has heen visiting. Mrs. A. It. Jones left this morning for a visit with her parents in Bal- Jlrig...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 19 February 1919

I BROWNWOOD BULLETIN -SmS PRICE FIVE CENTS UNSUCCESSFUL ATTEMPT TO MURDER PREMIE MO ONSHINE S TILL IS . SEIZED BY OFFICERS Th irty-Five Gallons of LiquorWith Kick in It Taken in Sam Hamby and wife Mary Hamby Tvere arrested yesterday afternoon by Xaaser R. D. Shumate. The couple are charged with operating a :'moon- Ihlne atilL" Officers have known for several days tint quite a supply of liquor was reaching this city from some place and as the railroads were not allowed So carry liquor it was decided that either bootleggers were very active or itfeat a. still was being operated in this action of the country. Tke still was located in a storm fkouBe at the Hamby home which is n bid shack about two miles north of; Bfrownwood. Aftep finding that hei "was on the right trail Mr. Shumate !Snt to town for assistance and was goon accompanied by Constable Kit- rchen. Judge Cross and County Attor- ney Wilson. A thorough. search was Made and a complete '"moonshine" es- tablishment located. The st...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 19 February 1919

Page Two BROWN WOOD BULLETIN FEBRUARY 19 191.9 BR0WKW00D buixetin rf f:xins r allc IIAYIS PRINTIXG CO.. PROPS. Il UU' ueut aim in posit lleinber Associatea Press valuations Brown- Office of Publication Bulletin Build- .'lug corner Brown and Lee Streets. Entered at the Postoffice tat Brown-j wood Texas as second class matter. i "TELEPHONES Editorial Office Business Office 3 ...No. 22 ...No. ' SUBSCRIPTION CO cents per month. S7.20 per year.ii advance. Any ! erroneous reflection ppon the character standing or reputation ojj any person firm or corporation which may appear m the columns of Th Daily Bulletin will be gladly corrected! upon its being brought to the attend tion" of the publishers. The Associated Press is exclusive! 'fihdMtself out .of ion to maik'e some public improvements which iaro 'badly needed and can not be financed at this iime. . r OIL FIELD NEWS AND GOSSIP The following article appeared in tho The absence pf gusher production is LITTLE ITEMS OF LOCAL INTEREST Fort W...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 19 February 1919

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN FEBRUARY 19 1919 Page Three t Five Bay Special on Ladies' Patent Pump- the :. newest .thing in if- nou eyer saw. Spring .-Footwear all widths from Every (body asks. $10.00 for this I.....:!....' . S6.7S s Pumps -A real beauty . . ...... . 6.75 .11 l! 1 AA to D. The prettiest thing on e. See them for ........ I Ladies' 1 Patent Colonial iBucIcl Ladies' - Patent Pumps. Leather Frendh heeb aluminum heel' plate. This one- is some real value for ....... :!! '. . .'.j Ladies all Patent Oxfords French heel. Tin for T. r! French heel - . T- 1 oarv or r rcHcn Ladies'1 Vici Oxfords :Lealhek Ladies' Vici Pump either mill Big Misses ail Patent or Vic: saw Ladies' All Vici Oxfords a Ladies' All Vici Oxfords all Big Misses Vici Low Heel Pumps a spod one Ladie White Kid Oxfords W Pumps all if Ladies'f Dark Mahogany Laa . . .. . - .............. 3 zJ s one is; new and-a good sellei special at. 8375 heels;all widths . . V . . . 83.05 i Pumps1 fl he n if liestj shoe b f its kind; y...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 19 February 1919

Brownwood Bulletin Page Four FEBRUARY 19 .1919 THAT SOMETHING NEW ! THE NEW- Is evident m every department of this new store New Silks Novelties Wash Goods Men's Wear Women's Gar- ments Shoes. Our windows show from day to day mtfny of the latest arrivals watch them for NEW THINGS. NEW SPRING OXFORDS ARE READY ! OXFORDS will again lead in spring foorwear fash- ions. They give your feet a neat trim appearance and .have better fitting qualities than mother ;low footwear. The new- Lonir Tamp plain tgc ; owssv--rainrds swim covered or leather Louis Heel are iiwe In Black or Browji kid ; $6. $7 or leather Louis ITeel mTiere in Black or Brown .kid; 5 $b $7 Welt Sole military lyX?! walking Oxfords for business or street wear in Brown orfaek kid or1 valf. $5. ifG. $6.95 to . .$745 PERSONAL ITEMS Bors ' SHOES THAT WEAR and satisfy the young fellows in style. ENGLISH SHAPES in hrown or black leathers blunt toes. bov scout stvles or the popular Army lasts. Shoes as low as $2.50 to ... I hk : . ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 20 February 1919

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN 1 4 pases today PRICE FIVE CENTS ' 3r BROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY FEBRUARY 20 1919 VOL. XVIII. NO. 103 ADDITIONAL STEAMSHIPS SECURED FOR TRANSPORTING TROOPS HOME Expected that All American Troops Will be Returned From Overseas by End of Coming Summer if Such v is Permitted by Plans to be Adopted. ' (By Associated Press) WASHINGTON Feb. 20 Definite :imformation reached the War Depart ment today that eight German steam- ships liave been alloted to the United Slates for transporting American troop from France. These ships pro- vide accommodations for fifty to sixty thousand additional troops monthly. It -was stated officially today that sufficient tonnage Is now available or in sight to return every American soldier from Europe before the end of the coming summer if such a policy wer decided upon by the government. GREAT OATHEBING IN ' HUE CELEBRATION FOR GARDINALOiBBQNS XOTED DIGNITARIES OF THE . CHURCH AXD HIGH GOYERN- 3IET OFFICIALS ATTEXD. (By Associated Press) WASH...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 20 February 1919

Page Two BROWN WOOD BULLETINFEBRUARY 20 1919 1 iKiW-1 7 HE BI0WNW00D BULLETIK - MAYES -PRINTING CO. PROPS. sMeniber Associated Press Otttee-o Publication Bulletin Build- ing corner Brown and Dee 'Streets. Egtere at the Postoffice at Brown--H'oi Texas as second class matter. . ... TELEPHONES .Editorial Office Tfo. 22 Butlness Office .No. 3 SUBSCRIPTION 60 cents per month. $7.20 per year in advance. jAny erroneous reflection upon the cnaracter standing or reputation qt 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- tion of the publishers. The Right of The Individual In most of the States whose Boards of Health have pressed rules and regu- lations for the control'of the venereal diseases provisionals made for holding in quarantine in detention homes and elsewhere those found to be suffering frdm venereal .disease Infection. '.Many women who have been arrest- ed for the practice of profe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 20 February 1919

BROWNWGOD BULLETIN . FEBRUARY 20 1919 Page Tfee 1 We Give You a List Of the many magazines and publications handled at this store and if you are particular in getting your magazine regularly you will be pleased with our ser- vice in this line. IF WE HAPPEN NOT TO HAVE YOUR FAVORITE MAGAZINE i We will be glad to take your name and order it for you come to Published Saturday Evening Post All Story .Argosy I Colliers j Detective Stories -Illustrated ' London World Judge Life -literary (Digest Published Ainslces American Banker Basehali lack Cat! Blue Book Bon Ton' Breezy Stones Cartoons ! . Cosmopolitan Current Opinion Delineator Electrical Experimenter ErOryfoodys Fashionable Dress Forest and Stream Good Housekeeping Green Book -Harper's Hearst t 'lllustrateii World La Costume Royal Live Stories SdcCalls j McClures Metropolitan Sloderii Priscilla Mothers . ' - Motion Picture Classic Motion Picture Magazine Murisey National I UUJCUCUl .SVIUt-aHUAUl'iy Adven arc Popular Magazine Renfro ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 20 February 1919

FEBRUARY 20 1919; Rage Four :.( Of Interest to Women FRIDAY IS DOLLAR DAY HERE Brownwood Bulletin A very exquisite display of household drapery on display that will indeed liven and? beautify "your room in. the most artistic manner. v Among this show are some very attractive -designs;; Tomorrow's Entertainments. THc Hod Cross Headquarters will Ijo open in the afternoon for workers. Big Savings Offered One Day Only ANOTHER BIG BARGAIN EVENT-f or DOLLAR DAY here always means a bigger value for your money. Nothing offered but timely merchandise that is it is in demand right now everything offered at lower prices than you can buy later-and a great variety to choose from. No phone orders for $1.00 Specials-No returns-no exchanges. 30c DOMESTICS 5 YARDS FOR $1.00 Hope and Forget Me Xot fine hl'caeli muslins 36 inches vjile on sale ; 5 YARDS $1-00 25c BROWN DOMESTJC 7 YARDS $1.00 36-ineh good weight domestic i'oj family use ;md the price is flo'wvjT yards for r $1-00 SALE OUTINGS FOR ONLY ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 21 February 1919

fcwil CROWNWOOD BULLETIN PRICE FIVE CENTS BROWNWOOD TEXAS FRIDAY FEBRUARY 21 1919 VOL. XVIII. NO. 104 OLD REGIME IN FULL CONTROL OF GOVERNMENT SPECIAL IXYESTIGATOR SATS THE BUREAUCRATS ARE SECURELY -HOLDING LEADERSHIP. (By Associated Press) PARIS Feb. 2L The German gov- ernment Is the same bureaucratic re- gime of the kaiser's day with the same attitude toward labor and capitalaad does not represent the forces which caused the revolution say.3 Dr. Alonzo Taylor food specialist who has just returned from Germany where he made extensive investigations in behalf of the supreme food relief council. Count Ton Bernstorff is in charge of the foreign office and the bureaucrats of the old school are in evidence every- where he added. Tae Germans are becoming Russianized - and they are afraid to put an untried man in a place of serious responsibility. Consequent- ly they tolerate the old order of things. ORGANIZATION WILL STRIVE 10 KEEP ALL OVERSEAS MEN HAPPY XECREATIOXS OF ALL KINDS WILL BE ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 21 February 1919

t . - Rage Two BROWNWOOD BULLETIN FEBRUARY 21 1919 WL f IELD NEWS AND GOSSIP M' lit SIBERIA I . ciiDDDicium v pnnn umiriiitjinuu uuuu 18 BBEAT FUTURE IB HL1 THIS SECTION .RAILWAY INDUSTRIAL AGO'T BX- THCSIASTIC OVER PROSPEC. TIVE REVELOP-tYEXT. T. E. Bra2elton industrial agent for the federal railway administration in this district is here today gathering information of oil field development which .is to be carefully compiled .for presentation to thedistrict federal di-jjdown today rector. He was formerly industrial Oil LEASES TAXABLE 1ST BE ASSESSED GERMANY S E FORMER GERMAN L 0 AMERICAN WOMEN NOW NEW BILL PROVIDES TO MAKE G000: FAIR IN BELGIUM OBTAINS ! IN FRANCE DECLARE 1 FOR IMPROVING TRE VERY FEU CASES OF TYPHUS OR i I-VEX THE DREADED ISVl.V- EXZA REPORTED. TREATMENT RECEIVED ORDINARY TREATMENT WORK IS . PLEASANT) NATURAL RESOURCES COMPTROLLER TERHELX ' HAXDS DOWN .DECISION AFFECTL( THIS DISTRICT. (By Associated Press) AUSTIN. Feb. 21. Oil lease's . are taxalile and must lie as...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 21 February 1919

I BROWNWOOD BULLETIN FEBRUARY 21 1919 J Sill SABA COUNTY 10 OBSERVE GOOD ROADS DAY MARCH 5 JfEIGHBOBIXG COUXTY WILL ALSO SPEND ONE EXTIRE PAY WORKING THE ROADS. A plan similar to that -which has been evolved for this county has been adopted in San Saba county for work- ing the public roads. Wednesday March 5th. has been designated as good roads day on which all business in the county will be suspended and everybody will work the roads. The San Saba News presenting the matter to the public says: "A movement originated by Commis sioner Sullivan to designate and set aside one day in the near future on which to work the roads of his pre- cinct has been taken up by the other commissioners of the county and by the people in general until it has been decided to have one genuine Good Roads Day for the entire county. "All of the merchants bankers and professional men of San Saba havejS agreed to close their places of business for this day and to give their services in this cause and we feel ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 21 February 1919

Page Four BROWNWOOD BULLETINFEBRUARY. 211919 TIE WO Wfl WOOD BULLETIN r' MAYES PRINTING GO.. PROPS. Member Associated Press fttc of Publication Bulletin Build- 5 tag; corner Brown and Lee Streets. Watered at the Postoffice at Brown- w3 Texas as second class matter. 1 . TELEPHONES Editorial Office No. 22 u tineas Office No. 3 SUBSCRIPTION 9 ctnts per month. $7.20 per year in advance. Ay erroneous reflection upon the character standing or reputation of ay person firm or corporation -which asay appear in the columns of The Daily Bulletin -will be gladly corrected pOfl its being brought to the atten- jtioa of the publishers. ; The Associated Press is exclusively fltitled to the use for republication of in sews dispatches credited to it or aot otherwise credited in this paper aa& also the local news published t "SO BEER SO WORK." ; Washington politicians having ac- complished nation-wide prohibition are now becoming uneasy because of the attitude of some of the labor lead-; rs accord...

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