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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 15 April 1918

8 BROWNWOOD BULLETIN 'APRIL 15 1p18. E3 an PERSONAL ITEMS Mrs. Irncr Ward Is visiting in Brady. Miss Ada Hamilton leaves tonight for 31ay. Mrs. Ed Harbour lias returned from Ballinger. II. A. Newby of- Ahiariilo is visiting with homefolk. Mrs. Will "Wliittcn has returned from Menard. Miss "Winifred'. King has returned from Fort Worth ; Mrs. T. C Yantis has returned from Fort Worth and Dallas. T. J. Patton has returned to his home in Post City. - Colonel Jozach Miller has returned to his home. in Belton: i Harry Turner and family "have re turned to Pleasantville N. J. j Mrs. Will H. Mayes has rcturnOu from a short visit in San Angolo. ' P. E. Willis of San Antonio has ar- rived to Join his wife who has been a guest of her parents Mr. and Mrs A. J. Day for some time. Mrs. Hob Taylor and children havo arrived from Richland Springs to make Brownwood their home. Mrs. Jack Osbarn returned from Houston last night and is today quite sick at her home on Irnm street. S Miss Hetty Ellis has re...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 16 April 1918

iMl BROWNWOOD BULLETIN 4 OIL FIELD NEWS AND GOSSIP ON PAGE "r PRICE FIVE CENTS BROWNWOOD TEXAS TUESDAY APRIL 16 1918. VOL. XVII. NO. 1 56 Germans Claim Capture of Big HALT GERMANS ON WHOLE FRONT Party of Americans Sun F GREAT ADVANTAGE m r BUT HOLD H16H GR0UND nniTiPU unTii i rnv nnMiiiimn n nn nn un i i-ki i. i iHiniii ; villi iimineis ni i i h t i 931 iniiiiiiiniiiiii day J IN t. 1 n 1 aici h 9 o a r 1 nil I s 11 1 111 i 2. r n nn r. ni' 1 1 1 1 a a 1 Ml' t w w w F.y Associated Pros-0 AMSTERDAM April 3d Wolff liureau dispatch from Ber lin says Iho (icrimuis Sunday morning- north of Si. Mihiol luk part f an Aiwrietm" position situated to the oast wan I ami southwest ward f Malzcy on the 3-ii:lit ban& of the flense captur- ing the position hy st irm. A larjre section iif the enemy linos of defense says the dis- patch was rolled up on the hiirh road from St. Alihtel to I'ourK despite the hrave resistance !' the Americans .who suffered se- vere casualties in addition to the liss o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 16 April 1918

BROWN WOOD BULLETIN APRIL 16 1918. Oil Field News and Gossip j RAPID DEVOLOPMENTS IN RANGER FIELD PKVEM.SH EXCITEMENT I'HE VAILS IX EASTLAM) COrTV AS KESITLT OF OIL STRIKE. There Is feverish excitement in the little town of Hanger in KaHtland county amf development is lieinnint; on an enormous scale according to; the 'Ranger Rpconl. a weekly newspa per issued in -that town 07 Leases and Transfers Oil Stale Petroleum Coto Humble Oil & Refining Co. assignment ." a- res ot Ine i-. -S. Stniwn snr.vov : $0X7."0. ......' - - r X. A. Perry lb S. 31. -Meeker' as- signment; lot 5 block 22; Grandvfew addition to Drownwood; $l etc. J W. Stover and wire to Miss I la Ilettis 80 acres of subdivision 12 H. r. Brewster -survey; $1(10. W. k. Tyler to.M. D. CJibsjon; assign ment smith li'ilf of IiImoI.' HI If . t ' 1 r w w Ik . .A Brewster survey; $1. etc. J. it. Skinner to I M. Flanagin. ENTERTAINMENT FOR MARGARET WILSON HEADS OF LOf XL 0IM5AN1ZATI0XS WILL rO'NSTI'n'TE EXTEK- TAIXAI EXT COMMITTE...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 16 April 1918

'' 3 i I til 11 5". 1 - J .- ' ! ' :4 " v V K 3 . J I BROWN WOOD BULLETIN APRIL' 16 1918. '-r-:'. 'f- r. . ri; -- v. 1 I.".. . - J . ; ;: . ....;. . ft--: V ' 1 'I . 1 Youjican sell your bonds at any time. You can transfer them to any one. You can borrow mo.ij ey on them at anybarik. They are gilt-edge security guaranteed by the United States of America. . Yes; these bonds are a paying jnoeslmenl for you. And you can obtain them at any bank or postj pffice for a small payment down and the balance in easy installments. You can get a $50 bond at a time if you wish. For your own sake take all that you can carry. Do you realize that America is fighting for her life? Make no mistake. Over-confidence has lost . Many a fight. America is unbeatable if UNITED not otherwise. This is a world war. There can' be only- two issues world liberty or slavery for ALL . There can be no draw." We win or lose.' It's Vp to America and Vp to You The brave young manhood of our nation is -freely giving all; ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 16 April 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN APRIL 15 1918. TflE BROWN WOOD BULLETIN MAYES PRINTING CO. PROPS. Member Associated Press Published every afternoon Sunday. Office of Publication Bulletin Build ing corner Brown and Leo Streets. Entered at the Postofflce at Brown- wood. Texas as Second Class Matter. tSlekiones Editorial Office... No. 22 Business Office No. 6 Anv erroneous reflection upon the iharacter standing or reputation of any 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 of all news dispatches credited to it Jr. not otherwise credited in this paper and also the local news pub lished herein. THE OIL IlKLT HKJHWAV. Frogress is being made in the movement to build a hard-surfaced "Oil Ik'lt Highway" from Urownwood to Wichita Falls ( through the heart of. the great North Texas oil fields. Town after town ha...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 16 April 1918

BROWN WOOD BULLETIN APRIL 16 1918. The Bulletin's Classified Page Ratae 1 cent per won Irst inserton; Aalvb""l -2c per wof d subsequent times; minimum first time 20c. AH classified ads. cash with order. WANTED W'AXTKD Position as stenographer by young woman. Address Box 201 May Texas. 171 v W E WANT to buy second hand fur nftnro. Xew Second Hand Store 110 East Broadway. Phone 1)73. IGGc WANTED Furniture and household! goods. Highest prices paid in cash. Bailey Furniture Store. Phone J-312. dlSltfc WANTED Salesman ' and collector with conveyance. Singer Sewing -Machine Agency.- Good territory- forliw wire. " ltJO WAITED A thoroughly competent house girl. Musi bu'noat. Also wash- erwoman. MrsH. W. Peters 704 Coggin Avenue. 157c WNDAlMdinl hand liouseliold goods. Will pay highest cash price. W. C Bowdcn Furniture Co. Phone J-U37. FOR SALE FOR SALE. Modern sovpn room house south front corner lot choice location' pii Center- Avenue at a bargain; reason- able terms f r . r ':. -4 ; -.. Ch...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 16 April 1918

Smart New Silk Dresses On Sale $14.98 Just In Another now Him of silk drosses worth $17.."0 regu- lar to sell for $14.fts showing the latest stylos featuring a COMBINATION OP TWO CONTRASTING COLORS Georgettes Crepe le Chines in combinations of white and rosewhite and copen. tan and while white trimmed .with plaids or striped taffetas $14.98 (No free alterations at this low price.) Women's Colored Voile Dresses On Sale $4.98. - iTUST IN 25 now colored voile dresses for home or-neighborhood wear. They come in neat stripes figures flowers in light or dark combinations. Dresses in this lot worth up to $G.95 and all priced: " Choice for only $4.98. SILK "GLOVES All white; all black white. stitehe.l black "blnek stitched white; $1 $1.2.1. HEMPHILL FAIN CO. Successors to Sam Brin PERSONAL ITEMS - Mrs. Dick Grady and daughters are in .Brady. Pat Reilly returned yesterday .from Lincoln Xeb. y ' 4 Miss Blanche Roberts returned last night from Brady. . Miss Ruth Rogers has returned from Fort W...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 17 April 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN APRIL 17 1918. The Bulletin's Classified Page IVdLtu"""l-2c per word subsequent tines; minimum first time 20c All classified ads. cash with order. 1J 4 WANTED "WANTED Position as stenographer by young woman. Address Box 201. May Texas. FOR SALE FOR SALE Surry Cheap if sold at once. 157i! Phone J-10S3. and harness. 1005 GlenwooTl. 153c WAXTED A .thoroughly . competent FOR SALE Two drill rigs COO ft house girl. Must he neat. Mrs. H. W. (capacity complete with tool equip- Peters 704 Coggin Avenue. 157cment. G. 11. Watson Southern hotel. iiiijii uiicrjaivu warns employment with some oil company. Phone KW1 call for Tool Dresser "WANTED Salesman and collector with conveyance. Singer Sowing Ma chine Ageiicy. Good territory for live! FOll SALE OR wire. ibuinew FORDS FOR SALE One five pas- 159pj sengor one roadster look good and run good. Sec;C..H. Gilliam phone 110 ring 1. 157i FOR SALE 1 tease on 200 acres of land in. sduth- eni part of county at 53.H0 per are. . Eight a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 17 April 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN APRIL 17 1918. Lr7T ITEMS OF LOCAL INTEREST C. X. Carpenter has jnst completed an attractive new bungalow on Alford street - W. W. Pcavy has received a card from his son Henry S. Pcavy stating that he has landed safely on the oiher side. He is with the ordnance me- chanical reserve corps. PERSONAL ITEMS Miss Lula Vollentine of Coleman is a guest of Miss Colita Lee. J. T. Mclnnis is in Coleman at- Thcre will be ho prayer meeting at ' the First Presbyterian church tonight.' The pastor and several of the leaders of the congregation are attending the meeting of the Presbytery at Cole- ; man. 1 W. A. Roussel chairman of the on- : tortainment committee Tor Miss "Wil- son announces that a meeting of the ; committee will be called as soon as further information can be received from Jier manager. j . Orin ewman of Santa Anna and F. W. Chadwick of Lamparas students of Howard Payne College will leave in a few days for Waco to volunteer for service in the Coast Artillery Corp...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 17 April 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLE TEST OIL FIELD NEWS AND n L GOSSIP ON PAGE PRICE FIVE CENTS BROWNWOOD TEXAS. WEDNESDAY APRIL 17 1918. VOL. XVII. NO. 157 YPRES SALIENT Bill 4 - - - & BRITISH COUNTER-ATTACK DESPERATELY TO SAVE POSITIONS ENTIRE BAKER URGES III SUPPORT Says American Soldiers Have Made Good and That People at Home Must Support Them. (By Associated Pross) WASHINGTON . April 17. Secretary of "War Balcer called upon the American people for a renewed support of the war today. The best he said was to buy Lib- erty Bonds. He expected to re- port to President Wilson soine time during totlaj.. "The .American soldier 'lias made good in France" Secretary Baker told the newspaper men. ' The French and British unite in the praise of the courage endur- ance and soldierly qualities of our men. The big thing America has to do is to support the war. This support should include subscrip- tions to the Liberty Loan as well as the moral support of high con- fidence." " STOIUT DOES DAMAttE. Wwnn Injured...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 17 April 1918

2 BROWNWOOD BULLETIN APRIL 17 1918. OIL FIELD NEWS AND GOSSIP Oil & Gas Journal Review of Field The following review of operations In the Brown county field is "contained in the current issue of the Oil and Gas Journal of Tulsa: "The Pierce Oil- Corporation . is shipping some of the product to Texas City and the Empire interests are shipping tank car lots to their refin- ery at Gainesville Texas It L report- ed that operators in the shallow de- velopment are receiving S2.2."i per bar rel for their crude v.iiich puts (Hay No. J -Matlock tract with a. show- jfng of oil. It can not be ascertained vhether the drill has passed through iihe lime or has merely encountered a jjsanu sirannn in the lime rormation. Low at l"o feet while their Noi 1 'Rapid progress is being made with the Grcely is shut down as is the Tiucker jjdrilling however; and if still in the Oil - & Refining Conmpny's Xo. 1 j lime the well will go through it in a 0 0! CONTEST Grantham. Graham and others have a der...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 17 April 1918

cou V -t ' . . ' -J t.- 1 : BROWNWOQD BULLETIN APRIL 17 1918. J - - ' - . t - . - . u - . I - . . : -4..-j.. ? ; - - y ti ia tfe& M a to Sim . JM Yl 1 TO Wi 1 H f 1 ;f 1 L-1 A! ! 1 MB You are living in America enjoying the privileges of living in the greatest country under the best government on earth. That you may continue to do so the manhood of this country; is giving up life. Why are you without a Liberty Loan Button on your coat? Why is it you have not loaned your government your money and: are therefore not .entitled to wear a -Liberty Loan Button? Where is your badge of honor? If you don't want to be classed as a slacker which is only a brother to a German spy get busy and get a Liberty Loan Button by buying your share of Liberty Loan Bonds Better to go hungry andj barefooted than to be classed on the other side from the Stars and Stripes. ; TO filial M&SaJ lis m i .13. II IS ft LUliMi II k MBkAl 11 II u i 1 II H HAVE YOU DONE YOUR DUTY? .Slop aucl.llnnk.hdhcr or not ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 17 April 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN APRIL 17 1918. THEBROWNWOOD BULLETIN MAYES PRINTING CO. PBOPS. Member Associated Press Published every afternoon Sunday. except Office of Publication. Bulletin Build- ing corner Brown and Lee Streets. Entered at the Postofflce at Brown- srood. Texas as Second Class "Matter. TELEPHONES Editorial Orfice No. 22 Business Office....- No. G them upon request of farmers when the time to be consumed in traveling from the post to the places of labor will not exceed twenty-four -hours. In making these requests farmers will make use of Fcj ni 103"i P. M. G. 0 making alterations to show number of soldiers requested and adding that they arc in position to pay the wagon usually paid in the vicinity and such wages will be paid to the soldiers as- sisting them. These applications will be made to the local boards who will proceed as in the preceding para- graph. When the application reaches the post camp or cantonment com- mander ho will cause it to be indorsed on the hack by the ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 17 April 1918

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 17 April 1918

BROWN WOOD BULLETIN APRIL 17 1918. .... . ' V.t ... . v: - ANNA CASE sinking in direct comparison with the New Edisonand proving that her performance and that of the instrument urc indistinguishable. REAL MUSIC IN YOUR HOME "KTOW that Thomas A. Edison has perfected his marvelous sound'reproducing invention a home without a New Edison should be as rare as one without a collection of books. Literature feeds the brain- music feeds the soul. And in the New Edison you get musicreal music not an imitation. Music is an absolute essential in any home that lays the slightest claim to refinement and culture. TieNEW EDISON "Tki PMonofraph with a Soul" Re-Creates the artist's voice or the milSIC nf hi? incfnionfnnVU T ndehty that no human ear can dc 1 And i am happy at my heart." tect a shade of difference between' . - t-K iv. - -tm r AVlien Avjrxl one day ws iwu iciiuiuons. ineramous; whether Edison direct comparison tests S1-e coul(l make reliable- weather' . have 'proved this conclusivplv S1...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 17 April 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN APRIL' '1 7 1918. LITTLE ITEMS OF LOCAL INTEREST : C. 3f. Carpenter has just comipte:l an attractive new bungalow on Alford street IV. W. Vary has received a card from his son Henry S. Peavy stating that he has landed safely on the other side. He is with the ordnance me- chanical reserve corps. There Mill be no prayer meeting at the First Presbyterian church tonight The pastor and several of the leaders of the congregation are attending the meeting of the Presbytery at Coleman. PERSONAL ITEMS Miss Lula Vollentine of Coleman is a guest of Miss Colita Lee. J. T. Mclnnis is in Coleman at- IV. A. Roussel chairman of the en- tertainment committee for Miss Wil- son announces that a meeting of the committee will be called as soon as further information can be received from her manager. Orln Xpwmaa of Santa Anna and F; W. Chadwick of Lampasas students of Howard Payne College will' leave in a few days for Waco to volunteer ' for service in the Coast Artillery Corps of 1'nc...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 17 April 1918

BROWN WOOD BULLETIN APRIL 17 1918. 5 4 i The Bulletin's Classified Pa RafAC cent per word first insertion; AdLt0."""l-2c per word subsequent tiaes; minimum first time 20c. All classified ads. cash with order. WANTED "WANTED Position as stenographer by young woman. Address Box 201 May. Texas. ir.7p WANTED A thoroughly competent house girl. Must be neat Mrs. H. W Peters 704 Coggin Avenue. 157c TOOL DRESSER Wants employment with some oil company. Phone 1091 call for Tool Dresser. l.i9p FOR SALE FOR SALE Surry Cheap if sold at once. I'hone J-10SD. and harness. J005 Glenwood. ln!c WANTED Salesman and collector with conveyance. Singer Sewing Ma chine Agency. Good territory for liv FOR SALE Two drill rigs COO ft. capacity complete with tool equip- ment. G. R. Watson Southern ho'tcjl. 159p FORDS FOR SALE One five pas- senger one roadster Look good and run good. See C. H. Gilliam phone 110 ring 1. 157p wire. WANTED Furniture and household goods. Highest prices paid in cash. Bailey Furniture ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 18 April 1918

BHOWNWOOD BULLETIN OIL FIELD NEWS AND GOSSIP ON PAGE PRICE FIVE CENTS BROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY APRIL 18 1918. VOL. XVII. NO. 158 - Doughty American Captain Leads Men Over Top EAVY 6EHIN BOMBARDMENT ON r Assisting French in Recapturin osi 1 renc e SECT NTEREST GERMANS AGAIN HOLD HI fl fill WS (By Associated Press) A 31 Eli I CAX 1 IE A 1 )(TK- TKKS JN FliAKCE AYednesdav April 17. TJio Americans twice in twenty-four hous assisted tin- French to regain trenches which had been Just to the (Jernians. The Americans were led hy a captain and Avent over the top m the face of a most violent ma- chine gun and artillery fire. Each time they succeeded in driving out the enemy and inflicting heavy damage. The commanders find it diffi cult to pick out the men wlu especially distinguished th'-m selves m tins -action. Une com mander said every man" ;tctet like a hero and It was hard to pick out a specially deserving case.' . A young corporal was wountl ed fatally -after fighting for font hours. He ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 18 April 1918

BROWN WOOD BULLETIN APRIL 18 1918. ! OIL FIELD NEWS AND GOSSIP Woes of ihe tield A fishing job is still under way in 5Mrs. Heffner's well on the Guyer tract at about iiSo feet. The drillers expect to complete thc fishing soon -however and it will probably not be long before drilling is resume! approval of the stock buying public of the outside world and will be some of the best advertising for Brown wood that has ever been promoted up to this time. A well was brought in Saturday on the Jordan lease three miles from town on the R. D. Allman property. The exact production has not been learned but from all indications It will be a good well. Fflwler Xo. 2 Hall is a goou well at 420 feet. The drill bit is in the bot- tom of the well just now. Oil has risen 170 feet in thc hole after drill- ing less than two feet of sand. A re- markable feature of this well is that the Gilliam well in the same. sand a short distance away was worth com- paratively little while No. 2 Fowler promises to be ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 18 April 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN APRIL" 18 1918. .r r-"v I:- i .4.- V 1 PS9PT On This Night Think of Your God and Your Country Have You Bought All The Liberty Bonds That You Ought to Buy? -Let your conscience be Tour guide. Get away bv yourself for a minute and think Ibis thing over. Arc vou Just what sacrifice has the war brought to you? .Just what have you given up on account of. tlii .War? Is boy who has said goodbye to his .mother his best friend You are no half so bad . off as many many people whom yoti meet every day on the street frying to receive yourself ? . Have you done your FULLj DUTY.?. .Cjpuidn't yon raise jjour subscription if you would? it ;is much as tho husband who lias said goodbye to his ifo and'-children arid gone to the front? Is it as much as the Won't You Raise Your Subscription for the Sake of Your Country Your State and Your City? Over One Hundred and Fifty of Brownwood's busiest business men ; hk-ii who are always ont on the firing line for the good -of. fhis community ...

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