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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 26 February 1919

Page Two BROWNWOOD BULLETIN FEBRUARY 26 1919 11 OIL FIELD MEWS AND GOSSIP ONE TIDE A TAILOR jm voc want a x ak: BSILEV IS IMPROVED BY 100-OUART SHOT lilO 2XCR22ASE IX BOTH OIL AiNl) "UAS IS APPARENT A FT EE SHOT LAST SIGHT. ; A shot of 100 quarts Tva's given jihe Bailey" No. 2 well -Gilliam tract. : ast nijjt.f -with' the result that the produc- tion .of the veil -was increased appar- ency more lhan a hundred per citnt Until the hole is thoroughly cleaned it 5s ..impossible to estimate the produc- tion! hut that the heavy shot had the effect of greatly increasing the oil and gas i production of the well was &s- ily apparent! .Last night's shot was the second Riven this well a first dose of forty quarts having been administered njbre lhajij two weeks ago -with satisfactory results. . . Fjmr -hundred feet of the casing was railed during the afternoon and at r.hotit. 7:2ti last night the shot was touched off. The small crowd - of spectators standing on the hillside felt the. thud o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 26 February 1919

BROWN WOOD BULLETIN FEBRUARY 26 1919 Page TReS Special Offerings on Dress Linen Thursday Only i Our stocks embnHv pvprvjh inn fVinh ic;nir oV-l Jn- sirable. ! .... J ; A beautiful assortment I of rarely fine Dress Linens at prices which under present -conditions are wonder- fully low. The colors. Pink Blue Green Lavender. Grey and Tan 36 inches; in width. 75c $1 .00 and $1.25 values at .; . .... . v . . . 69c per yd. Special values in Corsets. Broken assortment in discontinued models of a celebrated make. An unus- ual opportunity if your size is here. Price 65c $ 1 . 1 9 and Si.65 each - rp-i" given and enjoyed by the largfc num- ber who called. The dining table was especially attractive with the central decoration of a small cherry tree. Pink candles in the silver holders number of helpers and together they are working to make this Thursday prayer meeting a real factor and an influence that will be felt. Tomorrow Thursday the meeting will be held at were placed on either side of th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 26 February 1919

Page F BROWN WOOD BULLETIN FEBRUARY 26 1919 our THFBRflWNWfiflniMl FTlNr;T "f i'"" 'three years of drouth fail to latu vkj fin n UUU uvuuui xi j it win be the inm'UKeiof the tra'fie -r-N-v 1TTH TH tr MAYES PRINTING CO. PROFS. "Alember Associated Press . Office of Publication Bulletin Btiild ing corner Brown and Lee Streets. Entered at -the Postoffice ' at Br Kobd Texas as second class maUer. I TELEPHONES Editorial Office -1 .Ni Butiness Office : VNb. SUBSCRIPTION. : lpnth. $7 advance i r it i STOP BROWNWOOD'S GROWTH; CITY HAS SPLENDID RECORD ''OF; PROGRESS and .transportation uiv.trtni'ur. of thoj W est. Testis Ohanibm of ron.av-'ve to take -no all of thee and in-itur nail- ters and (o see that the-interests of all West 'Texas neinfs are urotected. "l( we may be admitted td say so' the) .lite following article cieu;rihig the.; sdneo the rleaw'Ofbunins; materials organisation has" been Extremely forth-prog rtYs iViade in PrownVoad1 duriiif t'r- Mnvenijaciil'.' nate ih.Maving placed a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 26 February 1919

BROWN WOOD BULLETIN FEBRUARY 26 1919 'age rive r i ' I ' ' "T" '1' I . fl ... a m IS10.. - -. Ml ill '.fit . . . . - . b" s is : 0 iv.er When the Colorado Burst Its Banks and Flooded thelmperial Valley California 3y b - EDNAH AIKEN k o s a a a a a b'c.b a a a a oa. a a B . B n . a" m a a o j o D ' O i b j R IJ u ti a' B.'OO I n - ou'.lding fA-- -.on". A minute infer a wreckage of painted boards .Was-JloatiJig db'nurbam." - At table Babcwk resumed his cam- paign. "The . troubhj wij.h - you nil' you have-cold feet' i'ou're nil scared- oil too soon." ' "Wooster. up. frohi-j his nap looked across lie thbh;r. . ' Cold.' ictO So you'd have. if you bud; boon up '.fori nights. wt't.tin.yomftM': on t Jib "levee a.s -some uf-m; li.-iyx'f :'iK Hnnl'in has; Mine :ire cold! all right. fie lifted an amh.Vd foot: . "poifl ! Look here. hoys they're .wel P Tho men looked w Hnrlowet Phone o2! i i - . tLAodlrlLU AMLiUIMMlo 1 I WANTED LOST I FOR SALE AVAXTED Two girls to board.. 209 Melwood Ave. room a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 26 February 1919

Page Six Brownwood Bulletin FEBRUARY 26 -1919' V4 Smartness and Individuality In the HemphOl-Fain Suits for Spring n- v ii sir s i 122 mww t SB : iou Ji tie ehannea . wit and the beauty of the tab tjcs. They hare the nospherc of Paris hi-Ah styles and the sniartiiefl that American women ill mand. :j There s at least one mo6 '.in our display that Vj just meet your ;wisiy ' Oome in and see it. . Ymi will be astonished that l4ch reasonable quality. SUITS $13.75 m.So.MiSo to DRESSES KANCrE from prices bring such high i"15 to. COATS or GAPES Fro i $17.30 to .1... .f. SOMETHING NEW ARRIVES EVERY DAY $69.50 $55.00 $42.50 fTMEl STOQE FO& ALL M D VrTHE PEOPLE. PERSONAL ITEMS J. B. Turner is visiting in "Maxlin. : T. Sears of Dallas was in Brownwood yesterday. E. R. Kirkpatricfc of I)alla$ spent today here on business. j" Mrs. Ii. L. Evans is visiting her mother in Coleman this week f A I. Fabis left yesterday tor San jAngelo on business for the government. . E. V. Sellers of Abilene is i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 27 February 1919

fr"""J BROWNWOOD BULLETIN 6 PASES TODAY PRICE FIVE CENTS BROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY FEBRUARY 27 1919 VOL. XVIII. NO. 109 4 tip i7 IIS TEXAS r T '' POWER & LIGHT CO. DCDIIDS IPUTOTH POIiTIKIBlE OlOnilOOinftl niTTUC I CAPIIC NOT OPPOSED TO NATURAL 6LI mum uUlllfflULUIOUUOOIUIl UNTIL LLHuUL DETAILED STATEMENT SHOWING NET COSTS OF OPERATION HERE THKKF PnflPfwti.u vnu mvi'ir GA PIiURLE.tr PRESENTED TO n 1 THE CITY COUNCIL. i in mmw I U U 13 L U U 58 I : COCKPIT PLANE DL LUXE That the Texas Power & Light Coi pany is not opposed to bringing v.iiv- urai gas to Brown wood ami has intt m j way auempiea if) ueray tap movement to make natural gas -available for domestic uses in this city was the emphatic statement last night iiF P. (R. Slater of Dallas vibe president and general manager of the Texa ALIEN PROPERTY rVSTODI in TO BECOME ATTOinEY CENKKAL OF. DITCl) STAT.ES. (By Associated Press.).- .WASHINGTON Feb. 2.7; j- A. MM- : chell Palme)- today was- 'naLninated .by'-' President Wilson;...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 27 February 1919

Page T BROWNWOOD BULLETIN FEBRUARY '27 1919 wo -Of -Field Netfs and Gossip with which the lull production of the field is being marketed. A few weeks ago producers were seeking the buyer today the buyer is looking for the pro- ducer. This is an unfailing index ot" the change in conditions." Empire Well Drills i -In Shale Below the - Lime; Prospects Good GREAT BRITAIN LEADS IN STEEL PRODUCTION JlOiORS ABOUT TIllJ SINCLAIR. During today and especially this af- iternoon a number of disquieting rum- iors were afloat with freference to the Sinclair well which is known to be inear the sand stratum drilled in the The well of the" Empire Gas t& Fuel' Bailey well. One rumor' this after- company on the Fuller tract two miles !liaonTas that the weU had blown itselfi i.... r xi ui lin tns rumor' probably being based -et cording to authentic information GERMANY HER CHIEF f'OJIPETl. TOR TEMPORARILY OUT; .UTERICA FOLLOWS. (By Associated Press) LONDON Feb. 27. Belief that be cause of the high c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 27 February 1919

BROWN WOOD BULLETIN FEBRUARY 27 191" 1 EIGHT TEAMS ABE LOAN SHARK VICTIM ES -f Tread ; READY FOR SEASON AWARDED DAMAG 4 pi 1 Formal Opening! Yo u are cordially invited to attend the formal opening of the MartinEtheridge ! Hat Shop '' '209 1-2 Center Auenue "-'''J ' " i ' " Which will take place on SATURDAY from the hours of V - 4 p. m. to The Newest Creationsydhd Novelties Millinery WilVbe on Display . During the Evening. in 74usic 'SouVenirs "Folks Would Pester Me" I " Somebody asked an old Missouri store-keeper why he didn't put a! small advertisement in trie local newspaper to advertise ajf 'home blend' of coffee that was particularly good. ; . -' "I d'on'dl.wanta" he replied lazily. "If I did folks would pester me all; the time to show 'em my goods." Thus did an old Missouri storekeeper pay an unconscious tribute to the business-gettincr vdlue of advertising. He . "If . .- r - missed a lot of business of coursq but there's another side of it. Lots of people who really wanted thi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 27 February 1919

Page Four " THE BR0WHW00D BULLETIN KATES PRINTING CO. PROPS. Member Associated Press BROWN WOOD BULLETINFEBRUARY 27 1919 Office ot Publication Bulletin Build- ing corner Brown and Lee Streets. Eitered at the Postqffice at Brown- "WOd Texas as second class matter. I TELEPHONES Editorial Office Business Office ...No. 22 ; SUBSCRIPTION . 60 cents per month. $7.20 per year in i advance. Any erroneous reflection upon the character standing or reputation of any person firm or corporation which may appear in the columns of The Daily Bulletin will he gladly corrected upon its being brought to the iatten- tion of the publishers. The Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to the use for republication of all news dispatches credited to. it or not otherwise credited in this aper and also the local news published herein. . THAT Y. X C. A. I'ROBLEjJI. j Try as it will the Bulletin qan not believe that the indefinite postpone- ment of the Young lien's Christian Association plan of community! wor...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 27 February 1919

i i MORTUARY. BROWNWOOD BULLETIN FEBRUARY 27 1910 i Elizabeth Bowden. Mrs. Elizabeth Bowden died Wednes T-.iT i"oing a prolong- or Brownwopa vu iiuiebb. rue remams were shinned tn T?f?ticr cto . ... . grandchildren to mourn her loss. The children are Mrs; J. M. Green of Ama- rillo airs. T. V. Gibson of Amarillo W. J. Bowden of Eastland M. T. Bow- aen u. c Bowden and A. S. Bowden - urn Hi - 1 m J? to Rising Star where Interment tbok You need Hie money wcuc iss. ISuf the place at one o'clock today. I raps lei's do buslne -'.Airs. Elizabeth -Nowlin Bowden wase "l'Ieaii cotton 'raps no scraps born July C. 3S3S in Bedford county. jUnllolin. icnnessee. She was the ilniiPlitnn nr' cod thej they must j The NOTICE TttP finer -uarcn ist MC! on milk will 4iTc .2 quarts quart 1 pint 2Cc; G WOOD DAIRY. r prices ninrte r Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Nowlin. who made their home in Tennessee -until -iau .when they moved to Morelahd be 4 Quarts 55c 3 Arkansas. On June 17isr8 she- wast30c J quart lGc; marri...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 27 February 1919

Page Six Brownwood Bulletin FEBRUARY 27 1 9 1-9' i3 We have 'the styles you see !il 1 ltieffi'f aA I ? SUITS & COAT Look at . these new styles to morrow. T- 1 Of Interest to Women OUR ARRANGEMENT with the makers of tLesettractive garmenkwnakes it .possible for us to snow you tne newest tnings wtale tney are new. The new arrivals show some of the late Paris and New Ya&Lrtyle features particularly the Diouse-enect suit lacKets. in wiiicn we are sure von -war Ha int.ArA5t.of m service satisfaction are sold at ex- $65 Verite Coats and Suits are guaranteed to givex tremely reasonable pncesKof $45 $47.50 $50 Those that are featured in the March issue of VOGUJr are on'' view here how as. vvell as a number ot otner new arrivals not illustrated m this advertisement. h v New Red Beads New Hand Bags IN THE DRY "GOODS STORE j ; - NewJewelry Novelties such as Beauty Phis; Bar tl" f -r - i j -.. rins iiingene uiasps etc. THE STORE FO& ALL TvTHE PEOPLE BmmMim I M Tomorrow's Entertainme...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 28 February 1919

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN rissss? BROWNWOOD TEXAS FRIDAY FEBRUARY 28 1919 VOL.XVIII.NO. 110 i 1 1 ir PRICE FIVE CENTS CONFERENCE OF RUSSIANS WILL NOT BE PLANNED -ALLIES SOW PERFECIIXfl NEW SETHOK OP BItlSGIXO PEACE ; . ' TO JiUSSU. (By Associated Press.) PARIS Feb. 28-rThere is no lon- ger any question of going on with the plans for the Prinkipo conferencl Andre Tardieu. oue of the French del- egatesto the peace conference inform ed the foreign newspaper -correspond-: enfe today. He said the Bolshevist had failed to comply with the condi- tions laid down by the entente regard- ing the suspension of hostilities and that the allies have in view new meth- ods of restoring order in Russia au(i are examining the available means Of carrying out its purposes. I ESOTA WRECK 3 FATAL 10 SEVERAL PERSONS-LN.JURED WHEN passenger TRAIN TRASHES INTO FREIGHT TRAIN. (By Associated Press) NORWOOD .Minn. Feo. 2S One person was killed and fourteen injurjj ed when a northbound passenger train on the -Minneapol...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 28 February 1919

f?age-iT BROWN WOOD BULLETIN FEBRUARY 28 1919 wo (HI FIELD NEWS AND GOSSIP ibe mmm EXPLftlHEO BY TEBRELL cVptrollk gives DIRECTION'S FOR ILANDLl.Nti CLEAXIN'fi THE BAILEY reparations for cleaning out the Ilaitey well following the 100-quart I shot of Tuesday night are jiow under j way aitd within a day or two the well : should be in shape for a production jtest. At present the valite of the well can only be estimated but -those who DETAILED hvitnesaed its performance when .given ithe second shot are confident that it ' 1 LEASE TAXATION. f will field hi the nelghbprhood of 100 j barrels daily. EMBODIED THE GERMAN IDEA County Tax Assessor Otis M. Brack; lias received from Comptroller H. 15. . o - Terrell detailed directions for trader-' fudge SlVayne Gets rasing me assessment or on ana gas leases for this year following his an- ripuncement a few days ago that such ! pioperty would be assessed for taxes I this year. The instructions givfen the ! jU(se jlis y county assessor aiunorize m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 28 February 1919

PHILOSOPHY OF MAIN CHANGE Lwwiy Bachelor Realizes Mistake In Hat Welcoming Both Joy and I Borrow Into His Life. NOTICE! AH business houses and professional men who have not turned in their lists and subscriptions be sure to have them ready for the committees by. noon to- morrow Saturday as the committees will be around and as they are giv- ing their time ffee from their own business they should not be expected to and will not be able to make sev eral calls so don't forget dO it the first thing in the morning:! LEACH VEIIY LIKELY TO m mXT STATE SENATOR LEGEND OF CHRISTMAS ROSE Karo Mary Jane or Lassies 70c a gallon at Johnson's. NOTICE TO PUBLIC! After March 1st prices on milk will be i quarts 5fc 3 quarts 45c 2 quarts 30c 1 quart lGc; 1 quart. 1 pint 26c; 1 pint 10c DOUG WOOD DAIRY Frank Wood Manager. HOC I read n story in a current magazine today. And after I read a certain part of it I laid the magazine down "and I too looked far away. But I looked past the printed page into a dam...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 28 February 1919

Page Four BROWNWOOD BULLETIN FEBRUARY 28 1919 II: TIE BROWNWOOD BULLETIN MAYES PRINTING CO. PROPS. Member Associated Press Office of Publication Bulletin Build- ing corner Brown and le Streets. Eajtered. at the Postofflce at Brown- woWd Texas as second class matter. TELEPHONES Edftorial Office . No. 22 Buiiness Office iJjJfo. 3 SUBSCRIPTION W cents per month. $7.20 per year in advance. Any erroneous reflection upon the character standing or reputation ol any person firm or corporationwhich 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 of all news dispatches credited to it or not otherwise credited in this paper and also the local news published herein. derstood to apply to the number of hours which could be worked during any week by a female -worker where as it specifically states Jhat not more than nine hburs may be worked...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 28 February 1919

it 9 i i 11 t il A FINOS 54-HOUR LAW IS VIOLATED HERE n Oniir riini nurnn' V Sbor0; Jesse Allen Ranger; Frank BY SOI EIIPIJiyEBS!sfr. Evans Hillsboro; George Hounhton. TIOLATrOXS EVIDENTLY CAUSED BY ISUXDERSTAXDIXGOF " i PRO VISIONS OK .LAW. I t iiiat there have been violations of the state labor law generally Known ! iJaIard Chicago; W. S:.Symonds Dry- as the "fifty-four hour law" "was the i aiu statement of Tom Bell Deputy 'State M the Southern: Tom Bell Austin; Labor Commissioner wlio has been jJ- T- 'Hare. -Texarkana; C Rowlett. . here this week making investigations!1'11 F- C;oley Oklahoma City; W. of labor conditions. Definite evidence J; CoffetL San Antonio; C. R Price of such violations was obtained by -Mr.; New YPrk7 Hy Stall nigs. Lometa; F. Bell but no prosecutions -will be un-tH- tennis' Houston;. M. M. Pyshcr. dertaken at this time he says because naxter Springs Kans.; G. M. Willis it appears that there has been a mis- Wa; G..YV. Carlton. Ardmore; P. At- understanding o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 28 February 1919

LPageBix' Brownwood Bulletin FEBRUARY 28 1919 "SATURDAY you will find here the best of the season's earliest .styles carefully selected by our "buyers to suit the tastes of our patrons from the smartest and most distinctive fashions in women' "wear of assured fashion in Silks Cotton Dress Goods Novelties Footwear- etc. many things of interest here tomorrow. .-.- - SELECT YOUR SPRING SUIT NOW . Secure a full season's wear .'by buying early. 'New suits .are bulit on slender graceful lines in Tricot ines; serges checks in Box. Semi-Fitted ior Blouse Coat Suit Styles.. Colors Navy Rook- ! " ie Tail Grey. $19.75 $2;") $M to NOVELTY SILK SKIRTS ALL WOOL SERGE SKIRTS NEW -SILK COATS $30 to NEW CAPES NEW DRESSES $15 to . . . SILK WAISTS braided or'.-. . .$69.50 . $10 up . $6.45 up $45 $50 down $55 embroidered in self or contrasting colors good quality gcorg- eftcf : $4.98 $5.85' $6.45 and up: IN THE: SILKS New Foulards in neat or large decided designs; $2.5o..to ....... $3.50 New Colors in?...

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

i BROWNWOOI ETENl 10 PAGES TODAY PRICE Ff&'E CENTS BROWNWOOD TEXAS SATURDAY MARCH I 1919 Part 1 VOL. XVIII. N'CX 1 1 1 BTTI T r 1 r HOUSE PROPOSES NVESIIGAIION Fighting Mayor of Seattle Washington OF 0 OFFICE CHARGES OF FRAUDULENT PKAC- TICKS BY COMMISSIONER ROB- IXSOX TO BE PROBED. (By Associated Press.) j AUSTIN March 1 A resolution pro- PwiC & legislative investigation of tk Clrges made before the Travis cotj district court that Land Com-! ariMfeaer J. T. Robison had been frau- dltly and unlawfully discharging' tke duties of land commissioner was Imtroiuced in the house today. The charges grew out of the oontro-' vcgy over the title of the state tO( wteeral Tights in vast acreages soldi tkrougk grants to private citizens sev-i ml years ago. Some eminent lawyers are contending tliat the mineral rights' i these lands are reserved to the state i while others maintain that these rights were sold with the land in fee. 1 - ' 't-: v.'.. I ' B" fasB HHB " B ' HH BHHBHBHHK CHARGES...

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

Page T wo BROWN WOOD BULLETIN MARCH I 1919--Pari 1 Ult FIELD NEWS AND GOSSIP 2e Past Week Had Few Thrills and Many Rumors with Progress of a Verg. Substantial Character wood capacity; GOo -barrels; Brown- wood oil & Refining company of Brown wood capacity oOO barrels; Abilene Oil & Refining company of Abilene capacity i.OtJO barrels site purchased; Texas .& Gulf Refining & Pipe Cine company of Abilene capacity; 1000 barrels site purchased; Chestnutl & Smith two casinghead gasoline1 plants at Ranger. j Spstantial progress lias been aiiade a good sign for the future. The Baftley ls nenee hrit proven to vell was given a second shot an(l isQf theWst pitiful sup AT THE SI X CIA lit;. WEJiL. Preparations for resuming drilling at the Sinclair well two and-a :half tnpiye;l gbt.ten to an interesting d.?iOi; "V" ""neasi oi me uaney were that drilling vaa be- afternoon. The boiler back about ; 300 . feet against 111 Oil llovnlnnvnnnl t.? ...L-. I'.:.. -v....ullutul. ull cl:...

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

Page Thretf INVEST IN OIL NOW BEFORE IT IS TOO LATE ! n But Use Good Judgment in Your Selection BROWNWOOD BULLETIN MARCH 1 1919 Part 1 Si K J i- if-' r f . ' J 4 i ? v f ! Millions have been made in the Burkburnett field in the past six months. Millions more will be made. It is not too late to get your share but don't wait until it is too late "We don't guarantee you to make a fortune in the Buena Vista Oil Company we do not guarantee to make one cent and then again we don't believe you will lose if you invest in this company we' Believe it strong enough to put every dollar we have behind it. Our acreage is located in block 78 in the Burkburnett oil field; one and one-quarter miles from the town of Burkburnett. We are about four thousand feet from the Marine Well which sold out a few days ago at three and one-half million dollars. We are about five thousand . feet Northeast from the Humble well which as you know sold fifty per cent of its holdings for $20000000. We are about five th...

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