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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 18 April 1918

BROWNWDOD BULLETIN APRIL 18 1918. THE BROWN WOOD BULLETIN MAYES PRINTING CO. PROPS. Member Associated Press Published every afternoon except Sunday. Office of Publication Bulletin Build- Mg corner Brown and Lee Streets. Ektered at the Postoffice at Brown- y wood Texas as Second ClasB Matter. TELEPHONES Editorial Office No. 22 Business Office. No. 6 Anv erroneous reflection upon the ifcaracter standing or reputation of ay 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 titled to the us for republication C all news dispatches credited to it r not otherwise credited in this HPer and also the local news pub lished herein. 000 C-ermans 600000 Austvians and 400000 naturalised males apward:of fourteen years of age; estimating three to a family there would be about four million persons who are either male enemy aliens or- members of thei...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 18 April 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN APRIL 18 1918. Bulletin's Classified Page RafflC cent per word first insertion; AdLvb""l-2c per word subsequent til; minimum first time 20c. All classified ads. cash with order. 'J WANTED 1 FOR SALE I FOR SALE Is TT . WANTED -A while girl to cook and do general housework. Phone 322. -lSStfc TOOL DIIESSER Wants employment with some oil company. Phone 1091 call for Tool Dresser. " 359p WANTED Salesman and collector with conveyance. Singer Sewing Ma chine Agency. Good territory for live wire. ICO WANTED Furniture and household goods. Highest prices paid in cash. Bailey Furniture Store. Phone J-312. dl31tfc WANTED All kinds of second hand household goods. Will pay highest cash price. W. C. BoWden Furniture Co. Phone J-937. WANTED A job by a mawUh 12 years experience in " oil field. Any kind of work considered. Address Box lv care Bulletin. loTtfc WANTED Schoolboys to sell The Country Gentleman ana Ladies' Home Journal. Only neat gentlemanly boys need apply. See Willia...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 18 April 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN APRIL 18 WIS. PERSONAL ITEMS Mrs. H. L. Pattle has returned from Fort Worth. fr . Miss Rosa Watson is visiting her elster in Amarillo. Mrs. "L. A. Annstrong lias returned from Mineral Wells. Mrs. George Gansel of Brady is a guest of Mrs. C. Y. Early. Mrs. W. R. Miller will leave tonight for a visit to Fort Worth and Dallas. 4- Mrs. Arthur Brashier has returned from a visit with relatives in Blanket Miss. Sammlc Cunningham of Miles has been tho guest of Mrs. H. M. Lackey. Mrs. i v. Gibson or Amarillo is a guest of her mother Mrs. W. S. Bow- den. - Mrs. M. (M. Scott returned last night from Coleman where she attended the Presbyterlal. - K. S. Hull of Temple superintend- ent of the Santa Fe spent Wednesday in Brownwood. .George Warren of Clarendon is spending a few days here looking after his oil interests. - Miss Mamie Burks has returned to her home in Comanche after a visit with Mrs. L. J. Boynton. J. A. Walker of the Walker-Smith Company went to Fort Worth Wed- ne...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 19 April 1918

NWOOD BULLETIN OIL FIELD NEWS AND GOSSIP ON PAGE 'i RE TIN RR DAYS-ENEMY R LABASSE CANAL ONLY AS PRISONERS BROWN WOOD TEXAS FRIDAY APRIL 19 1918. VOL. XVII. N0159 i WtAK SPOTS P unt Wsed' Historic Rheims Victim of Man urns Shells Famous Cathedral is by Slon uildings uced to Dust and Ashes (By Assoc. PARIS Aprilfiorc than Rheims has befls Into the and now is (tors can see smoking ruf seventy miles within t a hundjfo traces of streets heartbeared covered by the Xt .buildings centnnesl aWnrfv "Rnvale and the mar- fsicians Home which dates sixteenth century have heen to ashes. vaulting of the famous Rheims edral is falling stone hy stone. LITTLE NEWSBOY NOW A WAR HERO HIS DARING ATfD COURAGE XAKE HIS THE IDOL OF IIIS COXPAMOXS. (By Associated Press) BEHIND THE BRITISH LINES IX FRANCE April 19. One of the fa- miliar character of pre-war days in London -was a street Arab newsboy who sold papers outside one of the hotels most frequented by American visitors. Delighting In the nickname PLAN...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 19 April 1918

.V! BROWN WOOD BULLETIN APRIL 19 1918. DO oa o on DO DO a DO DO DO DO .2 ohTfield news aw eqssip BIG DEVELOPMENT 15 POSSIBLE HEBE PKODUCERS yi PEOPLE SHOULD (JET TOGETHER IX WOKKLVG AGREKXEXT. The Bulletin has long contended ihat there should be a' closer spirit of harmony between the operators who have come into this field and the busi- ness interests and land owners of the city and county. The filing: of suits to invalidate leases has been a severe handicap for all kinds of deep devcl- oaniont and nciy that some of these suits have been withdrawn the situa- lion appears to be clearing up In speaking of the spirit which it I believes should exist betAveen the producers and operators tho Bulletin has endeavored to present to its read- crs the attitude of the big oil men who can be depended upon to help build a city here if given cooperation ATTENTION A We Offer for Your Approval the Following: Acreage lear every deep test ii the follswiag coastfes: Brown Sai Saba Colemaa McCnlloch M...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 19 April 1918

Will You 1 he Boys HELP of This Back Bring Community? Our boys the boys from this town and this county and this state are fighting the Huns. They are in the trenches in France they are sailing thetJboat-infested seas they are going "over the topin the face of German cannon arid machine-gun fire. Martyr many more of our boys are now train- ing and will soon be in France and more are yet to be called. And remember these are our boys; those who are near and dear to us. They are doing their ALL. They are giving .their ALL. They are prepared to make the extreme sacrifice that our homes our town our nation may es- cape the ravages of the Hun. We want them one and ' all to come back to us I Will You Help to Bring Them Back? 1 Will you help to providb them with the things they need with clothes and food and muni- tions that they may complete as quickly as possible the terrible task assigned to them? Will you support our boys while they are fighting for us fighting the German autocracy that ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 19 April 1918

BROWNWQOD BULLETIN APRIL 19 1918. 1 1 I TIE EROWNWOOltBUHiETIIfL Marion MbntJcIUiMi' MAYES PRINTING. CO.. PROPS. Member Associated Press Published sverv afternoon except A Sunday. Office of Publication Bulletin Build- Img corner Brown and Lee Streets. Entered at the Postofflce at Brown- wood. Texas as Second Class Matter. TELEPHONES ' Editorial Office No. 22 Business Office. ...... No. 6 Anr 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 it not otherwise credited in this paper and also the local news pub- lished herein. THE BULLETIN'S 'EW DRESS. The Brownwood Bulletin beginning with its Issue of last Saturday became a Seven column paper instead of a six column one as in the past. The...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 19 April 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN APRIL 19 1918. s Classified Page Rflf AC centper word first insertion;1 Ad I vD""" 1 2c per w ord s ubx equen t ties; minimum first time 20c. All -classified ads. cash with order. A " t il nt nnfio. UlwefWod. 1 uncap i a"v mt -WANTED To clean carpels' and rug Phono 530. iVANTKD a white eiri in cook d0 general housework phone 522. 15Stfc TOOL DRESSER Wants employment with some oil company mope mr- Trml rirnsser. l50p vuil Phono J-10S9 pnr gALE Late model Ford road- Jcjtor. see uoy unman at j.crry v Whaloy's Grocery. 1G3 "WANTED To buy second hand furni- ture. New Second Hand Store. E. Broadway "Phone 975. and collector with conveyance. Singer 8 . chine Agency. Good termor wire. FOR SALE Two drill rigs COO - ft. capacity -complete with too equip ment jr jl. "Watson. Southern hnlol 153p 9 r i FOR SALE-400 feet 5 S-S casing; also some two inch pipe. Immediate f delivery. Sec VanitarKnll a- qv.j. . r - - uu lkl..lliJ. . hnllSO 1infl1r-l nnn 1 WANTED 1 or room . ruunc d...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 19 April 1918

BROWN WOOD BULLETIN APRIL 19 1918. PERSONAL ITEMS Chas. Alford Jias returned from a visit in Dallas. - J. G. Smith left this morning for Coleman on a business trip. f - Mils Grady Vinson is a guest of Miss Joe Graham at Bangs. Mrs. C. Price Rogers has gone to Temple for a visit with relatives. 4 Mrs. W. R Rucker and son have re turned from a visit in Palestine. 4 - "Misses Lillian and Lucile Henderson are expected to return home tonight from Carlsbad. Mrs D. YV. Campbell and son have returned from a visit in Temple and! Fort Worth. ' Irs. John F. Cook returned to her home in Waco today after a visit with her daughter Mrs. J. C. Galloway. O Mrs. J. C. Galloway and daughters left this morning for Waco where they will visit with relatives forsev- cral weeks 4 B. K. Hawkins round house fore- man at the Santa Fe is attending the monthly meeting of round house men; at Temple. Rev. and Mrs. W. B. Gray returned yesterday from Coleman where they attended the presbytery and presbyte- rial mee...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 20 April 1918

BROWN WO Ox) BULLETIN OIL FIELD N& GOSSIP ON' 1 PRICE FIVE CENTS BROWN WOOD TEXAS SATURDAY APRIL 20 1918. VOL. XVII. GERMANS MAY BE PLANNING ANOT REAT DRIVE ON THE ARRAS FROK. Not An Honest Thing in the Whole Race of Germans NORTHERN FRONT QUIET WHILE Americans Must Rally in the Defense of Humimity 3 A I i ' ! COMMANDERS S N EYE 1155 TELLS OF GERMAN BRUTALITY IN LAND OF BELGIANS UNIVERSITY PROFESSOR M AS IN BELGIUX AT BEGIN OF WAR TALKS. "There Is Hot an honest thine In th xhele race of Germans. There seTer has been anything honest or chivalrous in the Germans. Even Ir the old days of chivalry hJK'B knights fought or tile field f heger the German knights Ifad te he watched to prevent them from ham-striRging the Jiorses or taking ether wean advantages.' These were the words of Prof. Ginllcrm Hall of the University of Texas who spoke for a few minutes last night at the Red Cross cencert at the ChrlstiaR Ta- )nde. Prof. Hall was in Bel- gian with Herbert Hoover when the war started...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 20 April 1918

BROWNWQOD BULLETIN APRIL 20' 1918. Oil Field News and Gossip 9 MATLOCK WELL IS ; i HEAVY GASSED CAPACITY ESTIXATEO AT HE- TWEEX FIFTEEN AM) TWEN- TY MILLION" FEET DAILY. Week Marks Progress Toward Deep Tests in Brown and All Surrounding Counties; Many New Locations Made The .well being drilled by Ray and others or the Pecan Bayou Oil Com- pany on the Matlock farm six miles east of Brownwood is the biggest gasser in this section with a capacity estimated at between fifteen and twenty million feet daifr. The gas sand was found at 2250 feet. . About thirty feet above the gas sand the drill uncovered a quantity of salt -water with sufficient gas to force the water seven or eight hundred feet up the hole. Two. screws deeper the big gas sand was found and new the wa- ter is being lifted over two thousand feet and over the top of the well. Ex- perienced oil men who have visited the well and are familiar with the situation do not hesitate to estimate the gas capacity at more than fifteen mi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 20 April 1918

r BROWN WOOD BULLETIN APRIL 20 1918. BBOWWOOO VISITS FAMOUS SPOTS ON COS! SEES FAXOrS SUBMARINE OAK BEX AD COUNTS HOSES OF aiLLlOXAlKES IX I'ASADEXA. 1 Joum v. Dorsett a. son of Mrs. V O. Dorsett of Brownwood who is now a Sergeant In the'DSrd Artillery Train Voast" Artillery. Corps. Fort Mac Arthur Caliti writes .a very interest fng letter to D. S. Greenwood of this city in which lie describes some of the many interesting sights he has seen along-the Pacific Coast. Mr. Green wood kindly permits the Bulletin to publish portions of the letter as fol lows: Dear Mr. Greenwood Everything is still m.ovmg along very nicely here We are getting plenty to cat and have Mothers of Texas Prepare! "When a trirl becomes a woman when jworaan iecomes a mother and when a woman passes through the changes of middle life are the three periods of life when health 'and strength are most needed to withstand the pain and distress often caused by severe organic disturbances. Many women in Texas would testify...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 20 April 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN APRIL 20 1918. THE BROWN WOOD BULLETIN MAYES PRINTING CO. PROPS. Member Assocl&ted Press Published every afternoon except Sunday. Office of Publication Bulletin -Build-Jag corner Brown and Ice Streets. Entered at the Postoffice at Brown- wood. Texas as Second Class Matter. TELEPHONES Editorial Office No. 22 Business Orfice No. 6 Auv erroneous reflection upon the fearacter standing or reputation of amy 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 la exclusively Mtltled to the use for republication all news dispatches credited to It H not otherwise credited in this Brownwood'3 patriotism is to be put to the test this next week. The Liberty Loan campaign must be brought to a successful termination and the man who ought to subscribe and does not will be marked and properly labeled Here is hoping that 'it wilL- be neces- sary...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 20 April 1918

Showing SILKS AT SPECIAL PRICES Seasonable Silks at special prices next Tuesday April 23rd. These will be shown on counter in the Center Aisle. New Dresses in a Score of Distinctive Styles Decidedly the latest style in Dresses developed in fabrics of dependable quality and priced much under their present worth. Recent shipments have added new interest to this assortment of dresses among them some entirely new styles of the delightful days of late spring and early summer. Beau- tiful creations in the soft silks that are now so much m vogue others m de- lightful combinations of different silks; with every wanted color present. A matchless value from $11.66 up. The. Daughter of Our President Miss Margaret Wilson daughter of the President of the United States comes to Brownwood for a Song Recital on Tuesday Night April 23rd which will be at the Lyric Theater. Make seat reservations now. Ine price of Seats is $1.00 and $2.00. kmr i . x This Store Will Be Closed Monday-Observing San Jacin...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 20 April 1918

' BROWN WOOD BULLETIN APRIL 20 1918. a ii EPITED BY MBS. JA3IES C. "WHITE. PHONE 22. AXERICA XY COUNTRY. America "my country I come at thy call I plight tbee my trotli'arcd I give thee my-all; In pace or in war I am wed to thy weal I'll carry thy flag through the fire and the steel. Unsullied it floats o'er our peace- loving race On sea nor on land shall it suffer dis- grace; In rev'rence I kneel at sweet liberty's shrine; America my country command I am thine! TOMORROWS EXTE HTA I M3TE XTS. Tuesday afternoon the Twentieth .Century Club will meet at 3 o'clock nt the home of Mrs. H. F. Mayes 804 Center avenue In a business meetings The Pan-American course will be led by Mrs. Charles J. Horn. ment planned and gave merriment to J of recreation from- the studies. The me yyung guesis. Among me manymemaers mciuue .Misses leuuye lieu gifts received'by the celebrant was a j Charlotte Bradshaw Lois Verner Ada War Savings Stamp from her Grand-; and Lillie Stewardson Efhlyn Davis father Myrick...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 20 April 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN APRIL 20 1918. The Bulletin's Classified Page ' DnjiA) 1 cent per wordfirstii -AdlCS. i.2c per word subsequei minimum first time 20c; - All clasj ads. cash with order. 1 - ' . WANTED WANTED To; clean- carpets and rugs. Phone 590. lC5c WANTED A white girl to cook and do general housework. Phone 522. loStfc WANTED To huy second hand furni ture 'pw SAfonil Hand Store. 110i E. Broadway Phone 975. 159tfc WANTED First class saleslady to take charge of dress goods. Good salary to right party. J. Jennings "WANTED Salesman and collector with conveyance. Singer Sewing Ma chine Agency. Good territory lor live wire. -JZ-Z WANTED I or 5 room house unfur nished. Will make you a permanent renter. See ft. L. Phillips at Duke &. Ayers or phone R-634. 165p WANTED Furniture and household FOR SALE FOR SALE Good Jersey milch cow. E.- P. Nix. 805 Jckson street. lG2i FOR SALE Late model Ford road- ster. See Roy Gilliam at Terry & Whaley's Grocery. 165 FOR SALE: 100 feet 5 5-8 ca...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 20 April 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN rAPRlC 20 1918 1 1 PERSONAL ITEMS MraK and Mrs. Oscar Kunltz Sr. are ia Teaple. Mrs. William B JlUse returned yes terday from. Dallas. $ - r. A. Duke of Dublin is spending 8uday with homefolk. "4 Mr. and jMrs. Fraak St Clair will - leave Mosiay for Ranger. rialey. Sears left last night for a -risk -with friends in Denton. V: Mary Calloway of Camp Kelly spent yesterday with friends here. jjy. o - . -f JMrs. W. A. Robertson and baby are ..guests of relatives in Comanche. ; Mrs. -Ernest Ratliff and daughter have returned from San Antonio. -4 -fr ' . Mrs. Don Clardy and sons have re- turned to their home In Houston. C R. Miller left last night for San Antonio on professional business. Irs. E. J Gilliam is in Brady vis- iting her'daughter Mrs. W. L Pliler. Frank Dula of Camp Bowie is . spending the week-end with relatives. Mrs. C. H. Woodward or Dallas is a guestof her aunt Mrs. M. A. Martin. - Mrs. J. F. Brown of Silsbee is a - guest of her sister Mrs. J. McAdams. -' ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 23 April 1918

VOL. XVII. NO. 162 BROWNWOG TEXAS APRIL 23 1918. PRICEkFIVE tNTS " . " - I I I top mm m ijcedjijish navau hs fiH WIN H SEE! MS SSJSKSL A 3. i i. h u b z z m k u -a it u ti u sj u u h n n n i I1UILU LI I kUU?ill ft.llUI.KtA&.ECEB.S fl k -v : ? ! - . v k n K rm ' 1 C f . III UUUkilUlb ' I ' i imMi I I lERTOsTX '-.WfiiaKEail. WAR ON TURKS Mr TO- i WMM Mil IS w w i ....... I Tn p nn t Ksnrn ! in aurm mm 1 ." (By "Associated Press) LONDON "April 2:3. On tin Somme front north of Albert tV British last nijflil improved their line in sncecssfuUocvjl operations it is officially announced. Sixty prisoners were taken. On the Flanders front in the Kohi'cq sec- tor and near Wytschaete the Brit- ish took a number of prisoners. The Itetilcrs correspondent at headquarters says the British at- tack last night was on a front of a thousand yards and advanced to a depth of two hundred and fifty yards. ; East of Rheims. PABfS April 23. Active artil- lerv operations on the ' Soimne front cast f Rheim...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 23 April 1918

X i IIL FIELD NEWS AND GOSSIP BROWNWOQD GLASS FIELD BY ITSELF STAFF WHITER FOR THE DALLAS EttS FDfDS YANY INTER- ESTI.G SIGHTS HERE. (By Robert R. Penn in Dallas News.) Brownwood Texas April 21.Tho Brownwood oil field has the peculiar distinction cf combining two distinct 01 ou development in tne first jpeing pumped mostly by small 'pop- was considered proven only for about four miles but a new well was brought in six miles out from town and about two miles from the farthest j troduced previous oil development. Brownwood boasts that there Is not another field in the country like this one. The. popular imagination pic- tures an oil field as covered with huge derricks. The Brownwood shal- low well field has none and it is only in the last month or so that any real derricks have be'en erected in the county those being for the deep wells now being drilledlPew of the shal- low wells flow any oil and all are pop" gasoline engines which fill cis- terns or similar surface tanks of gal- vani...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 23 April 1918

ft 4 Hi 1JERE5I GONTINUES IN 516 CONVENTION XAXY IXTERESTIXG- DISCUSSIONS OF YARIOUS SUXDAY school Tories. . The interest In the Sunday school convention now in session at the Coggin Avenue Baptist church con- tinues -today with a large attendance and some splendid discussions of various phases of- Sunday school work. The lessons -or -yesterday were very beneficial to those in attendance and were continued loday. The studies -will be taken up again tomorrow and -will close "-with theJ session's -of Thursday- . . The program -for tomorrow's les- sons follows: Tomorrow's Program. 9:30 a. m. Song and devotional. Rev. J. J. Kellam. Address: "Building up the Sunday School" 'Mr. T. H. King. 'Rouri'dV Table: Sliscellaneous Sub- jects Secretary J. R. Black. Songs. Address: ".Mission in the Sunday School" Rev. C H. Riddle. Address: "The Relation of the Teaching Service to the Preaching Service" Rev. il. H Godfrey. 2:00 p. m. Song and Devotional Rev. R. W. Bynum. Address: "Doctrinal Teaching ...

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