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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 19 December 1895

DO YOU WEAR CLOTHING? 1 i i OUR STOCK Is much larger than it ever wa3 at any time previous and we have decided to - PUT THE PRICES DOWN And make it move. See our $2.50 Suits for men and 50 Cent Suits for boys. Wei also have the largest stock of Dry Goods Shoes Trunks Carpets Hjats and Fur riishing Goods in town. ' RAMEY SMITH A CO Brownwood Bulletin. Entered at the postoffice at Brown- rvood Tex. as second-class mail matter. ....... .i.i i - PuuusnEn Every Thursday by WILL MAYES. - Editor and Prop'r HEHVSY MAYES. Ass't. Editor. IRA HALL - Asst Business-Manager Porto Rico has adopted a flag similar to the Cuban revolutionary flag thus showing sympathy in struggle for liberty. Dublin is in earnest about get- ting the Central machine shops. That plucky little city offers twen ty-five acres of Jand and a bonus of $25000 for the shops. John Tarleton having left a be- quest of $90000 to Stephenville fo educational purposes that city will build a college for the free ed- ucation of poor ch...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 19 December 1895

Christmas. OOK OUT A Some people won't buy a Christmay present until the day before Christmas. A thoughtful person will buy one while our different lines of holiday novelties are unbroken the selection is easier and you have the pick of the choicest and the prices are no higher. . We endeavor to please aU p & Leading1 Jewelers Brown wood. The Spooner Company. Lack of space yesterday morn ing prevented the Hesperian giving this excellent organization the no tice they deserved on their per formance Monday night it is needless to say the house was tax ed to its utmost capacity and the company as well as play fully came up to all expectations. The play "The Flower Girl" scored an un- mistakable hit and the company is in every way superior to the one which made such an enviable rep- utation here two years ago. F. E. and Alice Spooner added to their previous reputation and their speeches were repeatedly encored. The costumes and scenery were magnificent and the performance was in ever...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 19 December 1895

Worth Knowing. One of the most famous lo chutes in the west at La Grande On. is to be. cut up for cordwood. all the timber immediately; tributa ry'to it having been cut away The chute is one and a half miles long from top to bottom and dur ing its - period of use mdre than 0400000 feet of logs have beei cojisted through it down the moun tain side. T JThe longest wagon bridge in th world is situated at Galveston Tex. It is more than three miles loner and spans Galvestdn bay from north to south. It is built mainly of wood and has one draw It is also one of the widest If not the widest bridges in America al- lowing the passage of three vehi- cles at one time. Ward Leonard of Vicennes Ind. 60 years old was drowned in . the Wabash river a few days ago and the fact is recalled that all his family his mother and father two brothers and a sister met death in the.same way being drowned in the Ohio river at different times during the last thirty years. ; Old Orchard Me. has a iwoman painter o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 19 December 1895

Journalistic Enterprise. During the last -six months thp Kicker has purchased a new paper cutter two fonts of job type a can of blue ink and $10 worth of pink paper for.poster work and not a word of boasting has appeared in these columns. A little thing happened the other day however! which we want to brag about and which we think equals anything in the way of New York or Chicago enterprise. At 2 o'clock in the afternoon Col. Joe Smith sent us word by messenger that we were a slouch editor and must stop bis paper. Our mule was out at pas- ? ture a mile away and our guns needed cleaning. It was .twelve miles as the crow flies to the col- onel's ranch and yet at half-past 3 o'clock we were there. The fusilade between us lasted ten minutes. It took five minutes more to get the colonel to sub scribe for three extra copies to send east and four or five to water -our mule and tighten the saddle girths. At exactly five o'clock we were down at the Kicker office and booking the new subscript...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 19 December 1895

rfighest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U.S. Gov't Report ABSOLUTELY PURE BROWNWOOD BULLETIN.. 8 i J. W. McFARLAND DENTIST . Qfllcc orcr 1st Nat. Bank Browmvood. J Mr. Alvord was in town Tuesday from Indian Creek. iMr. . George Edwards; of Mil burn was a guest in our city Tues day illr. Theodore Evans of Ro chelle was in our town Tuesday of this week. iR. T. Magill of Mercers Gap paid a brief visit to Browmvood Tuesday. i Mr. Trunnell and. daughter of Milburn were in town the early part of the week. Mr. J. L. Matlock of San Saba was in Brownwood Tuesday laying in a supply of goods.- Mr. John Beazly .wife and - riniirrMpr. of Milburn. were visit- a j orsjin Brownwood Tuesday. Messrs. Hughes and Williams of Burkett were trading in Brown wood the early part of the week. Rev. F. M. Gilliam has; a new rthnrrih buildihc under way at Blanket. -It will be neat and com fortable. ! ' Rev. D. C. Stark on tho Indian Creek cirpuit was in our city Tues dav. His charge includes Indian Creiek Bu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 13 April 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN PRICE FIVE CENTS BROWNWOOD TEXAS SATURDAY APRIL 13 1918. VOL. XVII No. 154 BRITISH RETIREMENT FRENCH RUNNING TO ATTACK No Advances Are Scored by German Attackers and Allied Attacks Succeed TO DEATH IN ME REPULSED GERMANS 1 1 ; .i i i - j . INSANE PATIENTS ARE BURKED 7; ' - - : - .. '. ..-.v- :''. OKLAHOMA ASYLUM Teachers Tried to Marshal Boys Together But They Became Unruly; Some Rushed Into Fire. COLORADO EACH (By Associated Press) NORMAN Oklahoma April 13. Be- tween thirty and thirty seven boys be twcen the ages of ten and fifteen years who were patients at the State Hospital for the Insane were burned to death in the fire of unknown ori- I DLED BY 11 IB ALLEGED TO HAVE 31 All E PRO- O'Jnr.MAX TALK AM) WAS OK-DERI-1) TO LEAVE. m (By AssoKlated Press") GRAND .Il'NCTfON Colo.. April 1". Dr. E K. f'olo: Kirnerintendent nf gin Avhich destroled. three wards and j scllools at AppleUm. near here wan the dining room of the institution. The fire started at three o'clock ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 13 April 1918

BROWNWOOD B ULLETIN APRIL 13 1 918. ! t Oil Field News and Gossip MATERIAL ARRIVING i Te" Corts p T FOR MANY DEEP TESTS FOKTT-FOUIt CAKS OF -MATEIMAL AM) TOOLS HKUHVKI) HEKE ' DUJU.NU AIAKl'H. The railroads liavc been hauling car after car of drilling equipment into Brownwood during the past few Svecks and a campaign of development on a scale heretofore unexpected is due to begin at once. Locations are being made by all the companies having large acreages in the field and several He Srawif . formation at 1476 eep tests of mere or less importance: of thickness.. Strawn Formation in This Section is Four Thousand Feet in Thickness The Bulletin has received the fol lowing t'ommmiicaiion which is of jh-l terest to these who arc interested in oil. developments in Central Teixas: Daily Bulletin; j Iri your quotation from "the South- western Mineral Resources that "thd Strawn formation js lOOlf feet hi thickness in Central Texas" in iay report on Uip ceonojnic ' eolo' o Central Tejcas (whic...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 13 April 1918

-A .1 A Loan For Liberty And For Liberty Alone! - f "And Out of The Depths They Shall Cry Unto You" Part of a phrase from a Biblical quotation but the Amerif can Soldiers who sacrifice their lives upon the battlefields of Europe's Hell-torn Country their very souls shall cry unto you shall cry for a just vengeance in spirit they shall haunt you you who sit back and talk and talk and talk! This Third Liberty I jOan is crying to a population of some; 100000000 people it is crying to them to save Liberty Democracy Honor and all that goes to make a world a fit place to live in It is crying to you to save the attributes that reign supreme in the mind of man. To crush Autocrat-1 cy to earth to drive it into Hell. N You people of Brownwood make Money never before has prosperity smiled upon you as she is at present War with its ravages its hor- rors its brutality has wrought this condition now beat Kaiserims beat Mars with her own weapons-BEAT HER INTO THE DUST WITH THIS THIRD LIBERTY LOAN!...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 13 April 1918

s ti BROWNWOOD BULLETIN APRIL 13 1918. THEBROWNWOflDBULLETIN-:'0 MAYES PRINTING CO.. PROPS. Member Associated Press Published every afternoon Sunday. except Office of Publication Bulletin Build- lag corner Brown and Lee Streets. Entered at the Postoffice at Brown- wood Texas as Second Class' Matter. TELEPHONES Editorial Office No. 22 Business Office No. G I application form. The farmer mort gages the crop which lie expects- to produce from the. seed and feed se cured just as thousands of farmers- have done in Texas oaph year for the past many years. Under the drouth relief act each bona fide farmer is en- titled to secure Seed for sixty acres of land and sufficient feed for the nni- j mals necessary in working the sixty- j acre tract. Any collateral which the j farmer may haye is left in his pos- i session to he used" in' other transac- j tlons. . Anv erroneous reflection upon the' oaring i see me ippii- haracter standing or reputation 0r.caon forms .Uf he -nsod 'may secure Any pers...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 13 April 1918

T .7"v BROWNWOOD BULLETIN APRIL' 13 1918. 44 4? T." 7- - I' . v- . r - y t c r ICE 6 -Trrf-ffl t liiiiiili i f ililiiii if If "' . ' . ! ! - . . mi sn i j r ounaauon . 1 . r J. - of :1 -t" 1-" V; . You need not e told Kow-necesaary ice is to your . well-being during the; heat6d period therefore you'll realize' the importance of a dependable service.- : -The refrigerator regularly filled with clear hygienic ice means cool 'health M . foM afiui drihk refreshing served. It means crisp vegetables- sweet milk and healthful meats -.... . V . - The neglect of the. ice maii for. a single day places your health arid comfort ' - . 1 1 ?J ' -xl 1 X? 1 f I' J-l 1 1 1 t : m jeoparay ana spons ane. zest 01 a cooi. invigorating meai or oeverage. - Where children are in the iamiTy regularity in supply is vitally necessary. ;You caMdepend upon our service for hygienic ice. Our deliveries are as reg-j limr as the sun and our service is one of thorough r attention and courtesy so much appreciated by t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 13 April 1918

1 IIIIiniIIIIIII!IIIIilIIIIlIllllllhlllll!llllll!IIIIilllIlllll!lllillllllIIIIIIIIllIIIII(llllllllllin citizenship. President W. B. Bizzel' faculty is composed of Mr H. ( .Vwr- .1 U Tra. . 1 .l wn - 1'. aiH h Baptist rh-tnh will wt- Mmhyaf- 5 E lias appointed the following commit- aiig of the music department Mis. the meeting place. Patriots programs ernoon at 4 o clock in circles vth tee r Dr. 1' redencK Jtuy of Austin Mis3 Florence Watkin? Cox c f the voire will ho at ranged for cacli nutinv a missionary program. (in Ie Nj f SOCETY Edited by 3Irs. Jas. C. White - - Phono 22 Nellie Anderson of Urovynwood Dr. tT. A Nicholson of t;enrgcto'.vn Mrs. Flora E. Bright-of Corsicana. John T. Comor of Dallas. Tlitr appointed of S E Miss Anderson- on this committee IIIIinllllllllllllIlllIIIll!llIIIlliIiliilIilIlil!IllIllll!IIIlIIlll!lllll!!!illIllJini:illllIllllllI I pn.ves her high standing ith the SOCIAL ENTERTAIN Mi: YI'S. ; Cross nejfil on tho nineteenth Jinjl Tuesday afternoon the Tvwnfi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 13 April 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN APRIL 13 1918. The Bulletin's CI RoTOO cent per word first insertion; idlt5"'"l2c per word subsequent tioies; minimum first time 20c. All classified ad3. cash with order. WANTED FOR SALE WANTED Boarders. Phone J-4CS. SQu JacHson si i l.vic WE WANT to buy second hand fur- niture. New Second Hand Store 110 East Broadway. Phone Uto l.'Gc WAITED Position by comiietent stenographer with experience. Phone 952 after 4 O 0. 10.p WANTED Furniture and household goods. Highest prices paid in cash. Bailey Furniture Store. Phono .1-312. dlSltfo WANTED Vacant residence lot in Brow'nwood for business house in Stamford - worth $1S0W. Box 213. Brownwood. lr.l-tf WANTED All kinds of second hand household goods. Will pay highest cash price. W. C. Bowden Furniture Co. Phono J-'j37. Six room hoaso tvell located on Avenue A Ford's -Addition. Price SLSdu. One-thiVfl cash. . . Five room hOifso;Iot lOOxlStt foot. wil located on ijhved street In Fowl's i 3 MM fju addition. Prfce S& .5U...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 13 April 1918

8 BROWNWOOD BULLETIN APRIL 13 1?I8. - Renfro-McMiim Drug Co. Baker at Brown Streets Phones 1 1-12 You Can Rely on What You Buy at a Renfro Drug Store! "Square dealing" is the basis of every successful business. This is true because a business firm has character just the same as people have. When we started in business we realized that it was our mission to safeguard the interests of our customers. To do this has required constant care. It has demanded careful and intelligent buying- the inspecr ;tion and testing of goods received the proper care of goods while in stock along with accurate handling and selling. .- We endeavpr to give superior J SERVICE in every department1 of our business.' Our. constant growth convinces us that our policy of ''square deal- ing" has pleased our customers. . . ' - : i. y Superior Fountain Service. Accurate Prescription Filling Standard Advertised Lines .scason on tho borne diamond. ' Tiro orliriiiatintr from a slrh of lightning lmrnod out the wir'e3f ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 15 April 1918

yjmwH BROWNWOOD BULLETIN THE WEATHER Cloudy colder; Tuesday cloudjr. PRICE FIVE CENTS BROWNWOOD TEXAS MONDAY APRIL 15 1918. VOL. XVII. NO. 155 I i Count Czernin Austro-Hungarian Foreign Minister Hands Resignation to Emperor Mead of the War Board LISE IS CAPTURED BY F 5 II DESPERATE FIGHT m te I i i Recent Disclosures of Peace Proposals to Allies May Have Forced His Retirement. (By Associated Press) A.MSTEKIUAJ. April ir. Count rzcniin ihv AustrovIIun- parian -foreign minister lias re- signed according to a dispatch Xrom Vienna. Emperor Charles accepted flic resignation (Mil rust- ing to Count Cernm the conduct of foreign affairs Until his suc- cessor i5 appointed. The recent publication Ty the trench government of the futile peace appeal by Emperor Charles: ill 1117 vas pn1a!ly the most po- tent influence in bringing about the resignation of the foreign min- ister. Since he was appointed fc reign minister last December succeeding j- Baron Buria'n Count Czernin lias been j active in ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 15 April 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN APRIL 15 1918. THE MAN S STORE FOR A MAN Men Come in Here and Feel Perfectly at Home. This is a Man's Store for a Man. All your needs from head to foot can be supplied without leaving our roof Everything you require in Clothing Haberdashery Hats Shoes. All the season's new creations are here. We've just .'. the thing you are looking lor and at the price you want to pay. FT LOW SHOES Stacy Adams Howard & Foster and Packard Oxfords The. -past week wo have received our entire show- ing of the ; above low shoes. And by the way thuv are beauties Aoo'. Hhu'k Kanjraroo Uavauh Brown ICan- garoo Kid Stock. Galoon Jiussia Glaxeil Kid and Gun AH the lasts and leathers are good in a not let your next shoes come from the exclusive 'tis store of Hrownwood. Wc have given this depart -.itsit: of our business careful study and are in a position to fit you correctly in just the shoe you desire- Priced from $6.50 to $11.00 Just received the new "Regulation" officers dress shoe. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 15 April 1918

1 1- .1' .I i -f. : 1 If ::r- -r-:.--si 1 ' i. i' I;--? f r; is.- inz-vLt 4 I' 15 1918. i -;. j I. V"; . -f How Much of an American Are ' If ever there was a time when the voice of God spoke to men it is speaking to Americans today. '. .' " The new Liberty Loan now offered by our Government is first of all a good money investment - . for you or any. man. But more and greater than this it is a call upon your manhood to stand for liberty j v and justice! to protect your own family and home. It is the call of your country and the call of God. j ' V LOOK AT IT AS AN IN VES TMEN f Good interest on your money and the strongest j security on earth. You can draw your interest twice a year or you can let it accumulate principal ' .! arid interest: together as a nest egg for yourself or your children in the years to come. You can sell your bonds at any time. You can transfer them to any one. You can borrowmc : : f ey on them at "any bank. They are gilt-edge security guaranteed by the United S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 15 April 1918

4 BROWNWOOD BULLETIN APRIL 15 1918. THE BROWNWOOD BULLETIN MAYES PRINTING CO. PROPS. Member Associated Press Published every afternoon except Sunday. Office of Publication Bulletin Build- tg corner Brown and Lee Streets. Catered at the Postoffice at Brown- wood. Texas as Second Class Matter. TELEPHONES Editorial Office No. 22 Busine'ss Office. No. 6 .Anv erroneous reflection upon the character standing or reputation of y person firm or corporation which may appear In the columns of The Daily Bulletin will be gladly cor- rected upon Its being brought to the. attention of the publishers. The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for republication f all news dispatches credited to it r not otherwise credited .In this taper and also the local news pub- lished herein. mm -mom nri - ii i i.i r- rnruiij INSTALLMENT BUYING. daylight each afternoon to garden work and every citizen who is loyal to the government and thoughtful of his own welfare will use that' hour to the very b...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 15 April 1918

BROWN WOOD BULLETIN APRIL' 15 1918. Who's Your Doctor? Who's Your Prescriptionist? T.s hc man who compounds your proscription aft competent in his line as the dortor .von 'employ is in his? lie should be- If yon employ a high priced expcrl.arcfiitcc' to draw plans you certainly would not let the contract for building ; out to a third elnss builder. Isnt health and life even more important than a house? Prescriptions brought to us will receiv tention yl' thoroughly educated pharmacists not only have college education but wlio Itnvc years of pharmaceutical experience. . . r f r.he nt- who had OUR . PRICES ARE JUST AS LOW AS THE. SER- VICE IS RELIABLE CAMP-BELL Drug Company The Rexall Store Ait 111 LIBERTY LOAM TEAMS BEING GIVEN 61 LOW 60 TO OTHER TOWNS SALE OF FLOUR IN TEXAS IS SIOPPED UNTIL FIRST OF Food Administration 'Announces New Regulation De- signed to Stop Use of Wheat Products Until New ;"(-. Crop is oh the Markets.. wi-' fi'i. -y '; . . Effective today and until June 1st tar...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 15 April 1918

BROWN WOOD BULLE'l IN APRIL 15 1918. DISLOYALTY 'in the justice court at Ballinger Sat- urday and it is alleged in the com- ' plaint tat Vervcnka maCo disloyal : statements about the food administra- tion in which it is alleged he said: j'The food administration could go to French War Exhibit to Be in Brownwood on Night of April 28 that he was going to eat all ithe flour bread he wanted.".. '110 WEN A CITIZEN ALLEGED TO J The law under whicli Cervenka is ii A vp HA HP HPWVItKS AHOTT ! being arrested is oho of the most dras- FOOD ADJIIMSTIUTION. tic laws on the criminal -statutes of the state of Texas. It was passed by the special session of the legislature' and went into effect March. 11. It pro- vides a penalty of not less than two years nor. more than twenty-five years in the pen and the suspended sen- Ell 1 (From Ballinger Ledger.) Sheriff Perkins went to Howena Saturday afternoon to arrest .Joe Cer- venka and bring him to Hallinger to answer charges of violating the loy-jtencc c...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 15 April 1918

BROWN WOOD BULLETIN APRIL 15 11918. n j. 1 cent per word first insertion; RaLCS.""l -2c per w ord subsequent times; minimum first time 20c. All classified ads. cash with order. The Bulletin fied Page CIsissi r WANTED "WANTED A "White woman to cook ; Phone 552 "WANTED Position as stenographer by young woman. Address Box 201. May Texas. I'jTp WE WANT to buy . second hand fur- niture. New Second Hand Store 110 East Broadway Phone i)75. 156c WANTED Position by competent stenographer with experience. Phone i.".2 after 5:30. . 155p WANTED Furniture and household goods. Highest prices paid in cash. Bailey Furniture Store. Phone J-312. dl31tfe WANTED Salesman and collector with conveyance. Singer Sowing Ma- cblnc Agency Good territory for live wire. 16W WANTED A thoroughly competent house girl. Must be neat. Also wash- erwoman. Mrs. II. W. Peters .704 "Coggin Avenue. 157c WANTED Vacant residence lot in Brownwood for business house in .Stamford worth $1S00. Box . 215. Brownwood. ' 151-tf "WA...

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