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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 21 February 1919

V BROWNWOOD BULLETIN FEBRUARY 21 1919 WOULD REORGANIZE -siAte ranger force LADIES COMJIITTKES FOJt AIOIEMAN liELIEF )VOKK APPOINTED. Irs. J. B. Ttritner the chairman o Women's Activities in ihe camuaicn ii .JthiS county for relief !pf the starving j Christian peoples' in !the Near !East -nr x-o vnw . janilounces the following committee tPL.OS IXTUOIHTEI) L BOTH SEX-! who are asked to confer with hen an. ATE AST) IKU SE FOR I'OM- Ihe assigned districts. in the city PLETE KKOIM5AMZATION. jThfise -committees ''are (urged to 'get to igetjher at once and start the work ii B Associated Press) (lhc residence section of the citv. Air AUSTIN Feb. 21. The complete re-i information or literature desired eaf organization of the Texas ranger force jatilieadquarters 303 Brown wooer Xa was proposed in a bill Introduced to-jtiojjal Bank Buildmc.-tir phone Sr am :day by Senator Page of Bastrop.' askl for Mr. Prater or L!r Lane. The bill proposes a general increase The following 'are the committee ii...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 21 February 1919

Brownwood Bulletin iPage Six FEBRUARY 2119 1 9 Many Men Have Bought Their Suits Here nA All Haita Cairnil Mnnairf null nil lldVG uavvu nun v 7 JtEDCCED PRICES still prevail oft all Kirsch- baum and other winter or medium weight suits that have been on sale. The selection is small- er but if your size; is here you secure n genuine bargain see tiiem Saturday. SUITS ON SALE .10 .17.5Q $2245 IXEW SPRING SUITS- i....... $24.85 $20 and up to . .$50 NEW SPRING IIATS $3 4- to to.wu .jNrE"V NECKWEAR 50c 75cf $1 and up. ' .EW SILK SHIRTS With collars to jjiatch jfibrb silks price : . - $5.00 . SILK CREPE SHIRTS Fancy stripes .. $10 tPJEST TUB SILKS Fancy Stripes . . . $10 iOTliniR. SILK SI1IRTS $5 $(. to . . . .$7.50 .:XI20LTGEE SHIRTS .$1 $1.50 to ...... .$4 j - BOYS' SUITS . 1 OX (SALE all boys- winter .suits and many-are J in medium weights that will serve for spring; '"i nriies are low. ' MRiS 5S OVEKCOATS- 412.45 $1:3.45 UP. Work Clothing T. G. Beckham of Zephyr is a busi- ness visitor i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 22 February 1919

mzj BRotyyrwdop botletin i t f ." IN WARSHIPS NOW INTERNED ' MAY BE SUNK BROWNWOOD TEXAS SATURDAY FEBRUARY 22 1919 George V. and King Albert of the Belgians VOL. XVIII. NO 105 siise yitoposED to HELGOLAND WATER LEVEL. OF AZE ISLAM) 1 THE CBy Associated Press) LONDON Feb. 22. The proposal to JBtnk the German warships now in the Scapa Plow It is generally stated in i English newspapers is practically sure to be accepted by tie peace conference. It is also proposed it is stated to jraze the island of Helgoland to the "rater level. Both proposals which riiitated at the British admiralty .Recording to the Mail will be discuss- ted in Paris in the next few days. DEMOBILIZATION IS PROGEEDfffG RAPIDLY WEEKLY .STATISTICAL REVIEW AXHPOSCED BY THE WAR BE- PARTXEXT TODAY. ' I Germany's New President !HCCnilDI CCIUTfUl .... ... ii Ei ii wwwm Qum un no na fltun v "t&lMMMM AMKQMS M il h 'OXOMIC MEASURES BEFORE ONEERENCE REFER RED TO SPECIAL COUNCIL (By Associated Press) PARIS Feb. 22 All econo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 22 February 1919

age il wo BROWNWOOD BULLETIN FEBRUARY 22 1919 jtHL FIELD NEWS AND GOSSIP This Week Marked by no Excitement But Gave Opportunity for Further 1 1 Development of Plans for Drilling The "week closing tonight was wijLli-IThis is the second attempt made to out ;a single thrill so far as new and drill at Blanket the first having fail- important developments were qon I 7a lord f a rw? Cla c rrmrnrr nn1 lllO terial is arriving for the test. The contract calls for a. depth of 2500 feet regardless of any was that may be encountered. Garrett No. 1 of the Gladys Bell Oil Co. is several feet in the sand at a depth of 1540 feet and tempor- arily shat down to drill in. The hole is standing iii oil. Teatsorth& Dodwell's Chandler No. 1 three miles south of Coleman. Avill be drilled in at an early date. This well has been shut down for some time at 14S0 feet. Two showings of blocks of common or preferred stocks ductions arid its contaginous indus- of all desired kinds to' sell "for the 'tries sequ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 22 February 1919

r. . t 4 1 4 4 1) i If BROWNWOQD BULLETIN. FEBRUARY 22 1919 Page Three .'ft i 3i Edited bj 2Irs. J as. 0. IVWte - - rhoiie' 22 Member.?" Aivin Clair (ten minutes talk.) ' Special music Lenore Crowcler "What Vsihie ft the Christian En- deavor to the Church?" Allen Bennett "Am 1 Doing My Bestf" Arcli-Carr j 5on. Lucile Folliard (nil who are prcs- lent.) .. - . Business; ; ..' ' Minutes- ' . - II - f 1 t Am --.In inelnl r.?nt.io .. .. i I '""'I can .answer wan a verso ot ti.b in ;i T "acagroumt to tile punch table Scripture fr efd3UarterSarCopen programs also featuring N"bWmess " Monday Wednesday and Friday the Guorgc Washington idea marked SJSo '-' W'H.UIUUU.'?. . II in ll'nmr. 7..;...;.: I . - mi . . . . ; "M.tvt-o. iiicjiu iii - uuiici; music The Auxiliary of the -First ProShy- was furnished by ;a colored orchestra. v-.. Wu i auwiaiu iiie worn- . .ur. and Mrs. Stewart Hhnunr ton tn. Inarih and introduced several ! ... -j' - " - A en and friends of the church MogdayJ grand auernoon a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 22 February 1919

1 Page Four BROWN WOOD BULLETIN- FEBRUARY 22 1919 TIEM0WI(W00DB0LLETINlIosic- ciUzeyiashaa oMaslon HAYES PRINTING CO. PROFS f ou""- iUl the . iniquity of the" system and . the Bulletin is . convinced Mliat a .constitu- tional amendment' abolishing the sys- tem would receive by an overwhelm ing majority the endorsement of tlie people of the state. nJt seems that the old constitution of die state is to be ilember Associated Press Office ol Publication Bulletin Build- ing cornel- Brown and JL.ee Streets. "Etered at the Postoffice at Brown- woed Texas as second class matter. TELEPHONES .Editorial Office No. 22 Business Office No. 3 "THE PARSON'S COLUMN'9 "A Tiling of Shreds arid Patches" "Beauty is only skin deep" likejions will return to their own churches many other proverbs is only half true and those who were not will do pretty or true only under some eircumslan-.much. what they did before. What the pretty thoroughly worked over this v i ?' ?l-' 1 ' r SUBSCRIPTION . SOfcents per mon...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 22 February 1919

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN FEBRUARY 22 1919 Page FuvS J TFTI-BIll II . Znoorhp Explained - t ; ' - - .. f '-- . 1 - . WASHIXOTOX Feb 22. Mr. Ittu'h- alty jjhe lax-payer' binsW; pay at Iejist income. $120 on a $1000 income $180 clor was yoiir net income for "35)1$ one-St urth of his auuu or mom-; ; Murcli. 15 Mr. Benedict was your net " income j IMP G. per cent on his i:irst $4000 above the exemption and at 12 per cent on the remaining ?1000 a total of $350. In addition he pays a surtax of 310 one per cent of the amount of his in- come between $5000 and.$6.000 The married man will pay $30 on a net income - of $2500 in excess of his personal exemption $G0. on a $3000 Wi h the Dassiure.of the: new revenue 1 ax of 510 1&lJL -'OU or more; 1)131 the question of how so youlare required to file: an nialcebut an iiico'inef uv;wuje iai reiurn wiut me cone benefits of a kind tending to improve the value of the property. Losses in business or trade if not compensated for by insurance or oth- erwise...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 22 February 1919

iPage Six Ui. BROWNWQOD BULLETIN. : FEBRUARY 22 M Churches If; First Christian Church. j - - Sunday school will meet at 9:4a a 'Austin Avenue 1 m. Preaching and comnmuion services Serviced at" this at 11 a m. Preaching again niHi0Urs tomorrow; 7.:15 p. ni. Show your appreciation." Prcachinc bv the one: who wiireomq: AH; church meni-jseri hers arc requestcdlto.'attend !the.seryi-Jdev ces and all visitors are" welcome.: i A. WEBB Pastor! . ini-! service: int. 7 :M. Christian Endeavor! devotional meeting" at C:30 p. m. The! L.i.pubHc is cordially invited to worHhip! with ns. YV. -B. C1RAY Pastor. Church of Christ. (Austin Avenue)". : nn6unces - services 'for Sunday! a? nrstor lV:i m and 'follows: Bible lessons - "?l:4f a.j m of God's blessings by meeting to worfjj 7 p. nl. Christian Endeavo-'C p. m jrr.eaching" Uru'O a. m. subject -'Om rcshylcrlair Church; i church at the usual : Bible. School tl:.4u:! ship with him. You are cordially in-AU the young people are 'tirfced to at-' nnty."....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 22 February 1919

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN FEBRUARY 22 1919 Page Jevcu Wken yen need anything hauled or- Mere call hs. IVc haul anything at ar time; to any where. IVe liave the Best teams in Bnnvmrood and always iremiy to go. Bay Call 474 Sight Call J-9.'J3 made for a belter description (if sajd laud; j. Also an oil and. mineral lease on Ihp south one-half of a lease of SO acres of land out of the Brooks and I Burleson survey Xoj 1 abstract No. ";l20f and fully described by metfes and ! bpunds in a deed from M. C. Jones and j-vvife to E. E. Kilcore; recorded in Vol. A.F.Mc Alister and S.E.13D at of Deed Rnia n -rj o TW 1 r ' Brown county Texas also deserib- IvOSS IlOrSe C&. nille LG. 'e in an assignment of a lease from S. jD Hunter and E. V. Sellers to J. 11 IHamlelt of record in Vol. irl at page jltiD Deed Records of Brown county. MMHMHMBHMHIMMMMB Texas to AVhich deed-and assignment TO THE 1T11L1C! j of .lease and the record of same refer- I am going out of the furniture uusHenCe is ma(lc for a belter...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 22 February 1919

Brownwood Bulletin Page Eight FEBRUARY 22- 191 my. 1 Inferior cooJs are nevor ' nvt tli &6pd'iereliandise is ilcmexi$ii&ivei- if :At 'is sold' at a 'i'ishsoi The merftli;mflisr nhl !if "folic tnw iJmn In fin Yiicrlnvst .Standard of quality We do nopihandle "cheap' ) goads' ith)iigh :Our:prieas on good nierchandi are iievel high: ' . ; ' " New Spuing Silks JACOTARDS and silk foulards . Waves beautiful eolurings. SJUK -POXGEE m-meh and all colors $1.69 GEORGETTE CREPE Now colors. 40-inch $198 SI&K TAFFETAS Ahva vs popular ..$1.98 UP U a L THE STOKE FO& ALL TTHE PEOPLE PERSONAL ITEMS Will Crowder of Coleman spent yes- terday here. Mrs. Will Whitten returned Thurs- day from De Leon. Jim Blevans and family have moved to Brownwood from Menard.. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. McKee are spend- ing a few days in Dallas. .A. R. Jones left today for a week- end -visit in Ballinger. Lieutenant Penny of San Angelo" was a guest of friends here yesterday.. (Miss Vera Staton is sMending vthe "w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 24 February 1919

mmmtt BROWNWOOB BULLET N 6 PA6ES TODAY PRICE TWE CENTS RROWNWOOD TEXAS MONDAY FEBRUARY 24 1919 VOL. XVIII. NO 106 WID PROGRESS Bevy of Huia Dancers in "The Comfort Kid" The Most Beautiful Woman in Palm Beach BEING IDE PON RETURN Ill WILSON GIVEN PL 0' 1 1D E fl IMAGE NATIONS. FRANCE 4 BY LEGISLATURE ICCUXULATIOX OF BUSINESS f 03E EARLY PARTDF SESSION BEING CLE A II El) UP. (By Associated Press) AUSTIN Feb. 24. The Texas legis- lature is making considerable progress la disposing of ihe accumulation of imess from the earlier ijart of the ses- sion now seems necessary. The Glasscock-Parr election contest fore the "Senate is consuming much of the time of that body and the ques- tion of the regulation of the State Jtaager force which brought on a Jag investigation still remains unset- tled. Among the trig measnres pending act: The graduated land tax the bud- ipet system of -appropriations tro- ytaed constitutional s amendments to xii higher institutions o-educaiqn re- clamation legislati...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 24 February 1919

I Page Two BROWNWOOD BULLETIN Fr.F3RUARV 21 1919 & - t-7 cSb 23 t2i t2b i Sa mm & till- fCTfT r? HH ly MMMMMIMW .itf Mft.- SJfr rT. Ttv. iiinouiiqiiig m Mf 'A 31 1 m . . - . i. With its a joims- m Hie 27ie Bukna : Vsta-M$ 1.''' -1 I : ' .tl " "r-KSru'-ii--' ! ' hsttct. '!. ifisifc. Us!' f ieid.s :tft creates' a "3 t 1 1V iTtt' L! i 'J""- We are located about 1 1-4 .miles Northwest of Burkburnett. We i - are about 4000 feet from the Marine well which sqM out a few days ago at 3 1-2 Million Dollars. We are about 5000 feet North- east from line Humble well which as you know -sold 50 of its hold- ings a few! days since5 for $20- 000000.00 We arejiaboist 5000 feet Northwest of the original Fowler well which h' a. big" pro ducer. r. m one -" i . .-1 -: - . "L. i il- .our;. 4'- Iheylerpe to ' Act I Future Suc-pess .Depends c:i ;)ust i wq': rhikififs-Ability lo- Thini-r Out the i'4erit or arid --tlie 'Nerve'-tVJiiV-ssf in- the BUENA- I r tuts i w'. ii-F 1 1 ii : - f. f p-. -4'. -.. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 24 February 1919

4 4 Stem Bloch Smart Clothes! Our Spring wear of Stein Bloch clothes have begun to ar- rive. They are all made of fine wool- ens and are splen- didly tailored gar- ments. Waist seam models Military ef- fects and many other styles made up in One Two and Three button sacks All Sizes for men and young men New Stetson Hats Here Newest styles and colors for Spring wear $4 and up. Drop in and let us show you Agents for Royal Tailors Roussel-Robertson Company Tkc Hhk Tkat Saves Yoa Moiey Q7 Field Netfs and Gossip 51ALL 3fOrNTAIN REFINERY .NOW SELLING PRODUCTS The Hall -Mountain Refinery which started operations a few days ago. Is now. ready to place its products on the market it was stated this morn- ing. The plant is operating under the management of Mr. Harris and has. a capacity of 00 "barrels per day. The plant is not running to full capacity now but will probably increase its output within a short time. Oil from the local field is being used at present GOSS -NO 1 MAKING 300 BARRELS DA...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 24 February 1919

Page Fi our 1 1 i . - . ...... BROWNWOOD BULLETIN FEBRUARY 24 1919 MROWRWdODBDLllfiN .'MAYES PRINTIXG CO. PROES. ' Member Associated Press Office of Publication Bulletin Build- tog gJn andJLc Streets. Eatered at the Postoffice at BrOwn- woed Texas as second class matter. TELEPHONES Editorial Office N0. 22 Builness Office .".".." ;Jo. 3 1 SUBSCRIPTION ' 60 1 cents per month. $7.20 per year in' advance. Any erroneous reflection upon; the character standing or reputation of any person firm or corporation hich inay 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 of all news dispatches credited to 'it or hot otherwise credited in this ilaoer and also the local news published nerem. -. i dition about 3300 pounds; on a maca- dam road from 2000 to S.flOO pounds; on a orick or concrete road from '5000 to S000 pounds. If the speed of trave...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 24 February 1919

Pifgc Six Brownwood Bulletin FEBRUARY '24: ' 19 New Ready-te-Wear ! 'This morning's express brought spmo verv prctity styles . In suits which yon will wunt to sce. : t. NAVY BLUE Tricothie suit. -ltimy brocaded test- size L 1-1 lor testes tailornci style tncotni" icy ydd ycsL"l?q i:H-ot;ne-fr arrjrjj --Iisses lines NAVY BLUE Tricnliiu' suit fu handsome price TiOOKlE SUIT SiA :: jnatej-ial -OTHER NAVY BLUE 'suife o L f NEW SERGE SKKTS ; . vP All wool neat .styles !Uv price - -j- 4 h: ": NEW SILK ilQMONAS i.3eaiitiful coloring ami deimu (open golp ' "SILK AND COTTONSiwSiiui Ifcilk Kihuma . r . ' . - . l ..... t " . SERPENTINE PREPE K I .A t Cn A f-.-iH- to ... . j i NEW SSRGE CAPES riSERGE CAPE navy hhie trijii futLraetive style ......... . . RiSERGE CAPE Line.1 with flMvrml tcohjr special ": BUY WAEJ Thrift is power! n n "the store fox OEM! strip very . S67.50 - -1" sizes ti lo Iked with Il;.it- inu-y lit ff. Jfl;k7n Jind ....'$3198 bkjiid anil f-'rv lit' in u open week-end. -at home...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 25 February 1919

BROWNWO OD BULLETIN fP PRICE FIVE .CENTS BROWNWOOD TEXAS TUESDAY FEBRUARY 25 1919 VOL. XVIII. NO. 107 AND UKRAINIANS HAVE CEASED HOSTILITIES POLES v i i 4- RING STOPPED YESTERDAY III 6 O'CLOCK P.M. may resume hostilities - twelte hours notice prom either party. ON (By Associated Press) WARSAW Feb. 25. The Polish for- eign office lias received a telegram from "Lemburg saying that an agree ment was reached there Sunday for the ctetio of hostilities between the Poles and Ukrainians beginning at six o'clock Monday evening. The agreement can be renounced by either party on twelve hours notice. SUPEBINTENDENTS OF PUBLIC SCHOOLS NOW HQLDIHG CONFERENCE MANY REPRESENTATITES FROM OYER THE UNION PRESENT ON FIRST BAY. (By Associated Press) CHICAGO Feb. 25 The Department of Superintendence of the National Educational Association today opened a- four-day meeting for the purpose of threshing--out a score of proposals Intended to broaden the existing edu- cational system. Preliminary confer- ences ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 25 February 1919

BROWNWOOD BULLETINFEBRUARY 25 1919 - - wo TRP RRAWflfWAnil RITI I FTIM safety of the Nation that the policy is vuu nun UUV UVUUUim ndvocnfpd " . ifTT . HAYES PRINTING CO. PROPS. x. Member Associated Press bfTIce of Publication Bulletin Build- ing corner Brown and Lee Streets. Entered at the Postoffice at Browji- woad Texas as second class matter. SERVICE SHOULD CONTINUE. "The action of.llie appropriations committee' of the House of Represen- tatives in rcnortlngtmrthe sundry ap- propriations bill -with no provision for the support of the United 'States Em- ployment Service forecasts the early discontinuance of this service through- out the country including the closing of the Brqwnwobd office. As soon as the committee action became known there arose a storm of protest all over Any erroneous reflection upon the i the country led of course by the fed- utaiutiw. Duiuuiiig or reputation 01 any person lirm or corporation which l; TELEPHONES Editorial Office .No. 122 Buiiness Office No. 3...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 25 February 1919

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN FEBRUARY 25 ' 19 1 9 iage i nrec Op.en for 5. DANIEL Commerci "ji'e arc jichv 3-eatI.Y Jo scr.v;ij iir .Motion IViuro XVn-atliv .th ;jnrrtM(ly f.r rnmnWtfaf.-inh pj-lujc pitrtniit h- nein-rt'l Portrait special--! 8xl(J ieiIkrgcimiit with eaeh '"oum StusMo Over Brownw'eod liig: Goipany (Take Stairway on Baker Streets About theThir ty-Sixth Division ! J - llv Iuch j has been said anil writteij has heeW given the Thirl v-Shil DiviS ! v.vu.u L. Blanton-'took up the maiter with the Secretary of War. In a formal lei-: ter vritj;eu early in this month auilj aucr much exchange oi letters fitHtxM to secure any satisfaction. . " For the information of its reader; and to present both sides of the mat-: ter. in brief the following is given: ' Excerpt from statement :ujde by Rr' E. Johnson of Burnet Texas who iiusj been dischar; France w the Thirty "The Th signing of tJie armistice w as marched ;he4 e.tc back toward the interior of France a pomi some j-. mile- xroai Pans tue m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 25 February 1919

i. Brownwood Bulletin Pge Four ' g ' j FEBRUARY 25 .1919 Smartness and Individuality t In the HempMU-Fain Suits for Spring You'll be clnmhcd with ; their correct slender lines : 3ud the beauty of the fab- nes. iliev Have rflin ai. HOSnliere of P;ins in ihoiv '. styles and the smartness. uwi American women .de- jrnand. -' iThere s at least .one model Jin our display that ..-will;.' iiust meet your . wishes. V iCome in and see :it. . You nosnliere of Pans in ihoiv 1 122 11; 1 M wilL 'be astonished that siicli reasonabh iirieeLs brine sm?li hrh quanty. SUITS .fl.7.i. 24 ST Sr2fl'Rrt to DRESSES RANGE -from Slfe to -GOATS or CAFES From 37.50 I SOMETHING NEW ARRIVES EVERY DAY 1 n xx'thb store fop EM PERSONAL ITEMS - - Joe Edgar Wright and son returned Sunday night from Coleman. 4 34iss Nora Neel of Itocbelle is a guest of her sister. Mrs. A. V. Yajger. J Frank Perry of Fort Stockton is vis- iting Mr. and Mrs. J. Herbert Ragj-jaale. and other friends. v ji- :ifrs. J B. Spurlock and sister!...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 26 February 1919

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN pL HEWS PACE 2 Ail FIVE CENTS y BROWNWOOD TEXAS WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 26 1919 VOL. XVIII. NO. 108 PRICE 7" 5PAHI BE I US MAY ED: RELEASE SEVEN idfc AMLESTED JOB COMPLICITY i JS XEBIOBIST PLOT GIYN ' MEA1I5G TOPAT. (By Associated Press) . W5W YORK Feb. 26. Seven of the fcrttea Spaniards arrested here Sun- 4yea suspicion of complicity in a itttoawide terrorist plot were releas- W toflay "when they were arraigned bCOe Federal Judge Knox on a writ at' kabe&s corpus. The remaining TM againgt whom it is understood tf government -will prefer charges fr.eportauon were held without bail ji(il -tomorrow when argument on the trrit-will be made. HEW GONSTIIUTEON ' ' NEEDED BY JEMS OTEKAN SENATOR J. C. XcNEALUS f SkTS IT SHOULD BE BROUGHT UP TO BATE. 3y Associated Press) AUSTIN. Feb. 26. 'Texas needs Btkiag so much as she does a new wkitution and the outlook for a com- tttte;revisIon of her present basic law Iftil&lgQt.' was the statement made by Sen- aibrij. C. 3fcXealus...

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