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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 23 April 1918

TIE BROWNWOOD BULLETIN shallow oil wells here "which are pro- ducinc five hundred barrels of oil MAYES PRINTING CO. PROPS. ida5!v. The Bulletin is sorrv that the Member Associated Press Published very afternoon except Sunday. Office of Publication. Bulletin Build- ing corner Brown and Lee Streets. Entered at the Postoffice at Brown- wood. Texas as Second Class Matter. TELEPHONES Editorial Office. . .Xo. Ol) Business Office.. No. 6 Anv erroneous reflection upon the tfaaracter standing or reputation of any person firm or corporation .which may appear in the columns of The Dally 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 r not otherwise credited in this paper and also the . local news pub- lished herein. statement is overdrawn and suggest that it was a typographical error which changed 30 barrels UUq 300. But fifty barrels f...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 23 April 1918

'lROWNWOOD BULLETIN APRIL 23 1918. Bulletin's Classified Page IVdlC5"""l.2c per word subsequent twes; minimum first time 20c. All classified ads. cash with order. V t t WANTED WANTED To clean 'carpets and rugs. Phone 530. 165c CLEAN rags wanted at Bulletin of- fice . Two cents per pound cash. WANTED "Clean rags at Bulletin of- fice. Will pay 2 cents pound delivered. WANTED A white girl to cook and tlo general housework. Phone 522. - loStfc WANTED To buy second hand furni- ture. New Second Hand Store. 110 E. Broadway Phone 975. 159tfr WANTED First class saleslady to take charge of dress goods. Good salary to .right party.' J. W. Jennings WANTED i or 5 room house unfur- nished. Will make you a permanent renter. See R. L. Phillips at Duke & Aycrs or phone R-C34. lG5p FOR SALE FOR SALE Good Jersey milch cow. E. P. Nix S0; Jackson street. ip-l(52p FOR SALE Late model Ford road- ster. See Roy Gilliam at Tciry & Whalcy's Grocery! i 165 FOR "SALE 100 feet 5 5-S- casing; also some tw...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 24 April 1918

BROWN WOOD BULLETIN OIL FIELD NEWS AND GOSSIP ON PAGE f VOL. Xyi. NO. 163 PRICE FIVE CENTS BROWNWOOD TEXAS WEDNESDAY APRIL 24 1918. ATTACK LAUNCHED ON NORTHERN Help our Towh win the right to fly this ENDED TODAY F THE BRITISH T IN FLANDERS HINDU TRIAL TWENTY-NINE DEFENDANTS TO HE SENTENCED TUESDAY SEXT FOR CONSPIRACY. (By Associated Press) SAX FRANCISCO April 24. Sen- tence will be pronounced next Tues- day on twenty-nine persons including Hindus former consular officers business men and others who were found guilty by the jury early this morning of conspiracy to violate the neutrality of the United States through plots to foment a revolution against British rule in India. Germans Americans and several Hindus among the defendants will ap- peal their cases to the Supreme Court of the United States if necessary it was announced this afternoon by the counsel for defense. The trial was enlivened yesterday by the killing of Ram Chandra one of the leading Hindu defendants by Ram Singh ano...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 24 April 1918

9-i-.sr BROWNWOOD BULLETIN APRIL 24 1918. OIL FIELD NEWS AND GOSSIP Buy a Suit of Known Quality This Season! MATLOCK ILL M CENTER OF INTEREST jumped upward and. holders of leases .have lieen turning loose sbrao small ! blocks. Notes of the Field. Graham and others expected to he- OFFICIALS OF I'JHAN HAYDI COX- IM.M' HEME LOOKlXti INTO THE SITI'ATIOX. gin drilling today in the deep test on the D. F. Abney tract south of town. The rig was recently completed. The Matlock well of the Pecan Bayou Oil Company is now the cen- ter of interest and has attracted a number of oil men hero for a personal visit. Messrs. Honrier and Dyer '-and others interested in the .company have come down from Oklahoma City to take a look at the well and were on the ground today watching devel- opments. The story published a few. days ago that .the well had a gas capacity of fifteen to twenty million feet has cre- ated quite a discussion among those who have visited the wall. Many in- rlino to the belief that t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 24 April 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN APRIL 24 1918. 3 IIIIIIIIIlNlI!IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII!IIIIIIIIIIIII!l!IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllllllllllliflllllllllllH QTT7lrP Edited by Mrs. Jas. C. Vllli 1 1 White - - Phone 22 i iii iiiiiiiii i iiiiiii 1 1 it i ii 1 1 ii ii 1 1 1 1 1 iiii i iiii 1 1 r ii i f ij 1 1 1 1 1 iii iiii iii 1 1 iiiii i iiiiiiiiiiii i ii 1 1 1 1 iieii MY HOSIEKY. (With the usual apologies.) TJic hourt-I spent on thee dear sock Arc as a string of purls to me; I count them o'er by the weary closk My hosiery my hosiery. First two I knit then two I lmrl And round the leg I slowly reel; Now joyful paeans to the. heavens I hurl I've turned the heel. Oh knotted ends that scratch and "burn Oh -stitch that dropped uneven row 1 kiss each blight and strive at last to learn To reach the toe sweetheart to reach the toe. The Houston Post. TO J! OK K (MVS E" TK KTA ISM ENTS. .The-Red Cross headquarters and gauze dressing room will be open. Tho Library Benefit Club and Mary Garland. Chanter U. D. C wi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 24 April 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN APRIL 24 1918 THE BROWN WOOD BULLETIN MAYES PRINTING CO. PROPS. Member Associated Preaa FibHahed every afternoon except Sunday. Office of Publication Bulletin Build- tog corner Brown and Lee Streets. Catered at the Postofflce at Brown- wood Texas as Second Class Matter. TELEPHONES Editorial Office No 22 Business Office No. 6 Anv 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 be gladly cor- rected upon its being brought to the attention of the publishers. The Associated Press Is exclusively titled to the use for republication of all newg dispatches credited to it r not otherwise credited In this paper and also the local news pub- lished herein. FEKGUSON 31 EN TO 3TEET. The 3ullctin for obvious reasons has not been favored with an an- nouncement of the meeting but It is noted in the local Ferguson paper which a few short months ago con- demned the Bell county...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 24 April 1918

BROWN WOOD BULLETIN APRIL 24 1918. 4 The Bulletin's Classified Paije s?- WANTED AVAXTKD Plain sewing. Call at 1111 Vincent street. ICSp WANTED To' clean carpets and rugs. Phone 590. " 1G."jC GLEAN rags wanted at Bulletin of; fice. Two cents per pound cash. WANTED Clean rags at Bulletin of- fice. Will pay 2 cents pound delivered. WANTED A white girl to cook and do general housework. Phone 522. . loStfe WANTED To buy Ford car must be bargain. Phone 225 after G p. m.. 163tfc WANTED To buy second hand furni- ture. New Second Hand Store llt E. Broadway Phone 975. l."9tfc WANTED I or 5 room house unfur- nished. Will make you a permanent renter. See R. L. Phillips at Duke -Avers or phone R-G34. lC5p WANTED Furniture and household goods. Highest prices paid in cash. Bailey Furniture Store. Phono .1-312. dl3ltfc . FOR SALE FOR SALE Late model Ford road- ster. See Roy Gilliam at Terry & WhaleVs Grocery. 1G" - 1 FOR' SALE 400 feet 5! 5-S casing; also some two inch pine. Immediate delivery....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 24 April 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN. APRIL 24 1918. y mm i if o Models That Are As- sured Popularity! I nlimited buying connections have enabled us to judge accurately and assemble largely the Season's modes that are particularly approved for Spring and Summer wear. Further evidence of our thorough understanding is portrayed in the variety of in- dividual Styles included in these assortmentspermitting you to have garments as ex- clusive as though they were specially designed for you. Distinctive Styles in Suits- Dresses of Unusual Charm The fact that none of these are dupli- cated lends still further assurance that your suit if chosen here will be dis- tinctively yours. $18.50 to $65.00 Variety in Skirts- Bright hued and subdued of color fashioned of Taffeta-striped and fancy plaid silks and light woolens. ROGERS Exclusive Styles. Wool $4.50 to $12-50 Silk $7.00 to $16.50 Consider Th( 7 Xz Women who realize the value of per- sonality in dress will find in these dresses many delightful expressions of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 29 April 1918

"""1 BROWNWOOD BULLETIN OIL FIELD NEWS AND GOSSIP ON PAGE PRICE FIVE CENTS BROWNWOOD TEXAS MONDAY APRIL 29 1918. VOL. XVII. NO. 167 iill DRIVEAGAINSTYPRES FURIOUSLY OVER FRONT OF IS American Troops Now Helping Frena Forces Stop Germans on NorthernFront YPRES AS THE OBJECTIVE POINT ry mmm mm launch big BATTLE RAGING LES WITH 156 NAIS ON II i 'Americans Acquit Themselves Well in Their Figlhing Against Great German Offensive; More Than al Hundred Decorated for Their Bravery. r I " (13 v .Associated Ircss) - VASntXGTOX April 29. The formal announcement that American troops have hcen sent to reinforce the allied armies and have taken .part in the fighting was made in the weekly review of the "War Department today. - The statement says: "They have acquitted themselves well" during engagements. The review emphasizes- (die immediate ne.ed for fresh men and adds that America's imperative duty is to pro- vide replacement units for the French front "In addition to those who have already rbeen ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 29 April 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN APRIL 29. 1918. rl 'I OIL FIELD NEWS AND GOSSIP Slwoter Has Earth-CHrrcnt Theory. CHAXUTE Kas. In the current is- sue of the Daily Timesett is found the following article: ' fLIke Benjamin Franklin who was able to draw electricity from the clouds and harness it and make Jt per- form valuable service W. S. Winches- ter has perfected a device whereby he claims that he is enabled to make the ; earth give tip its secrets. Since the be- ginning of the oil Industry there has been a common expression among those interested in jt that 'it takes a drill to tell where It is. More recently there has sprung up the geologist who by a study of the surface formations has been able to locate the anti-clines and in some fields much store is placed upon their advlcjj. However Sir. Winchester has departed radically from the geological theonies. He con- fines his readings to tlje earth cur- rents by an electrical 'device which he has perfected. He makes his read- ing by placing two s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 29 April 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN APRIL 29 1918. WOMEN WORKERS If -would pass the $3"000 mark with the captain; Mrs. E. H Lake; $-100. concerted effort of the next three ERNEST GIF FOR LIEEI it mm days. The women in the rural districts are accomplishing the seemingly impos- siblefor oven in the most tlrouth (8triclseii communities they are selling bonds:. The farmers of Brown bounty sot a high standard of patriotism ;in this drive. 1 The following: women- in Crown- - I'OUJt TEXXS WOJIKFXOfooa repqnoa lor amy rnuuy- a'lIIS "WEEK TO ITT COIWTI' OYEK THE T0i The teams working under the wom- an's division at the third Liberty Loan in Brmvnwood ?ro to devote Uiriir energies for the "u-'J-:eedays to ih- divihials lists. We arc in Sisht of the jroal now ;iJ Mrs. John (i. Lee. chairman for Iiiownwooil is asking all teams to work as faithfully as though they won a i:i over tlrtslr-dis- The following has been reported from the sub-chairmen over the coun- O Thrifty Mrs. J. L. Cross captain; ?C50. Mountain Vi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 29 April 1918

THE KOWNWOOD BULLETIN MAYES PRINTING CO. PROPS. Member Associated Press Published every afternoon Sunday. except Office of Publication Bulletin Build lag corner Brown and Leo Streets. Estered at the Postoffice at Brown wood. Texas as Second Class Matter. TELEPHONES Editorial Office No. 22 Business Office. No. 6 Abt erroneous reflection upon the afcaracter 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 r not otherwise credited in this paper and also the local news pub- lished herein. OF TEST PATMOTISX. ."Very few American fathers and mothers would deliberately encourage their sons to dodge the draft but too many view the matter through pre- judiced eyes " says the Beaumont En- terprise on commening on a recent paragraph in thi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 29 April 1918

r' 5 The Bulletin's Classified Page Kofoc cent per word first insertion; Ialvb"l-2c per word subsequent ties; minimum first time 20c. All classified ads. cash with order. BROWNWOOD BULLETIN APRIL 29 1918. Z 1 WANTED WANTED A delivery man. Bon Bon Bakery. lGSc WANTED Plain sewing. Call at 1111 Vincent street. lCSp CLEAN rags -wanted at Bulletin of- fice. Two cents per pound cash. WANTED Clean rags at Bulletin of- fice. Will pay 2 cents pound delivered. WANTED To buy Ford car must be bargain. Phone 225 after C p. m. lC2tfc WANTED To rent a 3 or 4 room house by chief engineer Texas Power & Light Co. Phone 33. 172e WANTED To buy second hand furni- ture. New Second Hand Store 310 E. Broadway Phone 975. 159tfc WANTED A girl to care for three-year-old child. Mrs. L. M. Busby cor- ner Adams and Booker streets. ICS" 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 hi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 29 April 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN. APRIL 29 1918. i ' Of Interest to Women TOMORROW'S ENTERTAINMENTS. The Twentieth Century Club .will meet at the home o .Mrs. H. F. Mayes S04 Center avenue. The gauze dressing room and the Red Cross headquarters will be open. Every one is invited. IheGomplete Strati? Hat Stock is at Rogers' This is the open season for Straw Hats. Join the ranks of the cool-headed men. Get yours tomorrow We have the exclusive sale of the Townsend-Grace-line and other standard makes. f Leghorns Panamas Manillas Gaums Baliluk Splits Bankoks $1.50 to $10.00 each "The Rogers Label Insures the Quality" R. B. ROGERS ZtTarried This Morning; Atthe home of the bride's father Mr. W. W. Pcavy this morning Miss Willie Gladys Peavy was united in marriage to Mr. Raymond Allen To- land of Edna Texas Dr. V. B. Gray of the First Presbyterian church of- ficiating. " The home was beautifully decorated in the bridal colors of pink and white t using red rose buds in floral adorn- i ment. 1 Mr. and Mrs ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 30 April 1918

im BROWNWOOD BULLETIN OIL FIELD NEWS AND GOSSIP OK PAGE 2 PRICE FIVE CENTS BROWNWOOD TEXAS TUESDAY APRIL 30 1918. VOL. XVII. NO. W r Brown County Goes "Over the Top" With More BRITISH AND FRENCH LINES HOLD FIRMLY AGAINST CONSTANTATTACK TTian iier Quota of Third Isme Liberty ds Don l Bl Sl THOUSANDS t y TOTAL OF $326600 SUBSCRIBED BY PEOPLE OF Campaign Will Continue Through Remainder of Weey In Effort to Secure Heavy Oversubscription iJT the County; Many Subscriptions Not Yet Reported.- Withtotal subscriptions of $326600 Brown county this morn- ing at 8 o'clock went "over the top" with more than her quoija. l! the third issue of Liberty Locn bonds according to figures tabu- lated at the headquarters of the campaign. The county's qiibta was $316000 and the over-subscription to date is $10600. The statement of subscriptio ns compiled from figures official- ly reported at 8 o'clock this morning showed the following: Through the Brownwood National bank $73300; Coggin Na- tional bank $731...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 30 April 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN APRIL 30 1918. ' . : " ' 2 OIL FIELD NEWS AND GOSSIP - I IMPORTANT ILLS DRILLED BT SWAYHE 1VEST OF COYLE PRODUCTION TO TEST OUT XEW TERRITORY AT 600 1WH) FEET. and lias succeeded In Interesting s- number of influential ihen in the field. fTwo important wells are now being drilled by Jas. W. Swayne and asso- ciates of Fort Worth in testing out new territory lying west of Brown- wood and northwest of the Goyle pro- duction. The .first well is now drill- ing at about 440 feet on the John Hall tract Elourney Hunt survey and the second which was started on the 24th of this month is drilling on the Chas. Harris tract Prospect Mangle survey !So. 617. The Hall well is a mile north and west of the Coyle No. 1 which is one of . the best producers in the entire county. The saud in the Coyle well was found at 600 feet and since a dip is outlined toward the northwest it is expected that the sand will be found at a slightly greater depth in the Hall well. The test on the Prospe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 30 April 1918

. - Your $50.00 Bond ! It will protect 000 soldiers from smallpox and 666 from typhoid. It will assure the safety of 139 wounded soldiers from Lockjaw; the germs of which swarm in Belgian soil. It will render painless 400 operations supply two miles of bandages enough to bandage 555 wounds. It will care for 160 injuries in the way of "first aid" packets. It will furnish adhesive plaster and surgical gauze enough to benefit thousands of wounded soldiers. Every purchaser of a Liberty Loan Bond performs a distinctive individual service to his country and to our boys fighting in France. Buy Liberty Bonds! Camp Bell Drug Co. Phones 25 and 26 Canteen Service of Red Cross is Giving Splendid Relief to Tired Soldiers Moving to Atlantic Ports MOVING UP 19 FIGHTING FRONT (Continued Irom Page .l). sergeant prepared his 'chow' on the train his kitchen being qn a flat car. About 12:20 we stopped in a little old burg end got the word to unload. No lights were allowed as the Boche planes were hover...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 30 April 1918

THE BROWN WOOD BULLEHN 'mates PRINTING CO. props'. Mmbr Associated Press Published every aftenooa except ; Sunday. Office of Publication Bulletin Bulld- f corner Brown and Lee Streets. CaTtered. at the Poetoffice at Brown- . .wood. Tezas. as Second Class Matter. TELEPHONES Editorial Office No. 22 Business Office No. 6 Aav erroneous reflection upon the' fcaractert standing' or reputation of asy 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 use for republication of all news dispatches credited to It r not otherwise credited In this paper and also the local news pub- lished herein. MCAT HATE OUIt WOMEX." After hearing the address of Ser- geant Phipps at the Christian Taber- nacle Saturday night In which were detailed many of the atrocities of the' German invaders In Belgium and Northern France many a man ex- claimed...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 30 April 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN APRIL 30 1918. The Bulletin's Classified Page Dnf ac cent Pr word first insertion; AdivD"""l-2c per word subsequent imts; minimum first time 20c. All classified ads. cash with .order. WANTED WANTED Plain sewing. Call at 1X11 Vincent street' 16Sp CLEAN rags wanted at Bulletin of- fice. Two cents per 'pound cash. WANTED Clean rags atf Bulletin o- ' flee. Will pay 2 cents pouhd delivered. WANTED To buy Ford-car. must be bargain. Phone 225 after 6 p. m. 163tfc .. WANTED Fancy sewing; first class work guaranteed. 900 East Baker. Phone J-1042. ' 173p WANTED Any kind of farm or ranch work; experienced hand. Phone R-534. W. R. Storey. 173p WANTED To rent a 3 or 4 room house by chief engineer Texas Power & Light Co. Phone 33. 172c WANTED To ouy second hatid furni- ture. New Second Hand Store 110 E. Broadway Phone 975. 159tfc - WANTED A girl tb care for 'three-year-old child. Airs. L. M. Busby cor- ner Adams ana Booker streets. Phone . R-4S7; lGSc WANTED White girl to c...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 30 April 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN APRIL 30 1918. '7T T PERSONAL ITEMS FOOD ADMINSTRATOBS Misi Gertrude Knight spent Monday in BalllBfer. 4 Mrs. E. H. McCulley of Blanket is Visiting her sons here. r -Mrs. II. 'H. Foster and baby are vis itiag relatives in Mjlsa Texas. Mrs Carrol Wilson left Monday for Corona N. M. for a short stay. J - Miss Alice Goodbrake of Osage City Kag. is a guest of Miss Pearl McKee - Mr. and Mrs. Tom Stobaugh of Coleman spent Sunday with relatives here. -fr Mrs. J. S. Lowrey left Friday for Dallas where she -will "visit her daugh ters. Miss Frances Snyder returned yes- terday from a week-end visit In Fort Worth. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Stobaugh spent the week-end with relatives in Rock- wood. - 4- - airs. Annie L. Holland returned "this morning from a business trip" to Dal- las. "Mrs. Mike Johnson and baby spent yesterday in Ballinger the guest of iriends. . -9- - Rev. G. W. Fender is in . Rockwall at the bedside of his father who re-" mains quite ill. . ! - Porter A. Whaley sec...

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