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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 1 May 1918

VOGD BULLETIN OIL FIELD NEWS AND GOSSIP ON PAGE 6 PAGES TODAY PRICE FIVE CENTS BROWN WOOD TEXAS WEDNESDAY MAY I 1918. VOL. XVII. NO. 169 mm bring iiniinnmrniirn urn nrr pvv ri Ei mm w m . n jm lt j j . re i una u p n i inn in oiasn rnn nri ruirn TTni ! Brown County's Subscriptions Loan Are Increased Foda to': Third '-Liberty HI FUG PRESENTSTION WORKERS STILL BUSY GER FOR EMONY ARRANGED 3:80 THUBSDAY AT MID HOP TOTAL 0 E 10 BOOST y $soooo.oo Torpedoed Giant JlaHanv-Sliip Sinking In Mediterranean. FEW BRIEF ADDRESSES AM) W-.ELKISS COMJirVITY "OVER THE TOP" WITH ITS VVhL VOTA ; ; of s5o. - '. SIC BY HROIVNWOOI) HAM) WILL BE THE PROGRAM. .Brown county's-SLlberty ionn sttb- scrinlions hv inflreftSe.il to 2.1fi.rt(ttf. The niost expensive flag over seen in Brownwood will foe unfurled - here at 3:30 o'clock in front of the Liberty ;it was announced Jtodny at. campaign r lxrnn campaign headquarters in the headquarters a t Elks' building on Lee. street. The flag XM. having been ; came only a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 1 May 1918

BROWN WOOD BULLETIN MAY I-1918 OIL FIELD HEWS AM9. GOSSIP'. br.:T" 'M sini'. s men. ihiitin on the1 further define the structure in those l. .. ;rat :ime unit -t LM!fotfn-j founUes.-: Among the wells now -vie- j- y :.: :n thi sit: lli'W .-a?i Thfcir o.j jmij;. ; are: Keayhey N'o. t "-of. the 1. re e-itly ('i'm;ic ei.. looks -t;ouj! fjr f Prairie Oil & t'.as Comnany; tones N'o. Mn tarrels. ateordit.: to' Fred is-jfltf..Xuilinan et- at; a welt hy Cms- ! RIG FIFI 0 MAY M 'titular iatrc.ih tlii t rninC-t:"i: i;i nua f.M r;-- i' r 1V i well .A: (.ant on the lleutle'f farm and ; r IV "il h-.: uppnl the-- cxistPt-'e of f '' Hi''.. I it I' et i''fn r.:H in 2. well on trc VV.h fa.va ay tar Vfa-- .ing -a'.;: A velfcpriftijt far iireater.. tfi-i: t!i;-". ;a - .- !.: . ;.vo ee ana al.SO w.('H:'j: w il on tin h i an; uil; n ..'it .1 .ril'Mi' prorai'i key farm. Tl.eee wctis v ! 1 t--t a t .i. ' e cin re. " r. h.w. .. .-tr.'-brs ten iiory and vi.l lie ai eJaJJv any jo-Jki inTtKis sc. Una. (JEO...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 1 May 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN MAY 1 1918. ""nniuiiinmiiiiiiiimiiiimmiiiiiim.m... . i .. f : ! " 1 iimiiimiiiimiiiiiiiiiHimiiiiiiiimiiaiHKnOr. J. S. Palmer Winston Palm-j friends. Mr.- Toland is connected witn-! College to meet her house Kucst Miss ier uuuort vuiHs. Onis Gentry Willio the Southern Pacific railroad in Edna I delicious ice course was served ' i ; ': .1 society Edited by Xrs. Jas.C. White - - PkoHe 22 IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII1III1IgIBIlgJI1II1IIaiI11IIIIIBIIIIIBI11IliiJiIlJBilaia-iaajjiwiiiiaBBiiBiii BIT LIBERTY BOXlkS. J. W. Trapp 1501 Avenue B. iead this over. Uien chant it to e' Wnen Johnny Comes J The Red -uurcning Home" then buy bond.) J SjUuIa Xcil Elliott Tom Johnson. Car- jland -McLeod Lewis Ward George ; Davis Fowler Anderson Otto Allen. 1 Ernest Ratliff. j Loyalty Lciiiruo. The- loyalty League met Saturday Comes j I he Red Cross headquarters and Liberty; tne gauze dressing rooms wil be"open. If bleeding France you want to save.! Yuy some Liberty bonds. j' Children's Red (...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 1 May 1918

BROWN WOOD BULLETIN MAY I 1918. THE BR0WNW00D BDLLETINpS " ve?vSv" .U'eTtft! 7 "li1AXNU -fi-a. is one of thc hamisomest and most Im- . Member Associated Presg roglng buildings of kint in Tc:as Published every afternoon except and evor-v citizen of the county is gen- Sunday. Office of Publication Bulletin Build- ib& corner Brown and Lee Streets. Entered at the Postoffice at Brown- wood. Texas as Second Class .Matter. TELEPHONES Editorial Office Xo. 22 Business Office No. 6 Germany's Treatment of the Workingman (By Daniel Louis 'Hanson of The Vigilantes) Listen to this! Jing to JMr. Easley's statistics more "1 look after my dear working peo-jthaii two-thirds the; strikes in 1912 1 lUe as does a father las children. I were -unsuccessful and labor unions billy .allowed to meet under goveni- uinely proud of it. That is usually the story of public- improvements. AYhen 1hey are first mentioned there is' op-'build beautiful homes for them pay .'position which is almost invariably i wido...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 1 May 1918

r3 BROWNWOOD BULLETIN MAY 1.-I918. 5 .r Th fraf-OC-1 1 cent per word first insertion; is.dlfcbc""l-2c per Word subsequent times; .- minimum first time 20c. AH classified ads. cash' with order. f J Bulliiris 7 WANTED fOU SALE WASTED Position ;-s stenographer."! FUK SVMi At E-'divuin as mc. Miss Glass. Phono J-st'. 172. fkot ' wuiff tank aisd Walking idi U r CLbAN. rags wanted at iiullotin ol- -j-JLcx- -sLzj- - fice. Two cents per pound cash.. WVs'TICD Clean fa cs at all;tin of- COAL 'fill ! .. knllilia thn k riti fi tx-.-i a . i t ww T.-i ...i f..s work guaranteed. :" ::ast' TUktqr Phone J-IH42. . I7.?p yrf.: to .buy TOui yiittr;s ea '. ; 1 t WA.TK! Any Idnd oi farmer r.m'V'- work; rx;K rien:-t.d hand. P!in L--":; -. W. 11. Strrev. -- 17'?pj . WANTKU Tr- rwit a 'i or 4 roo!'i. " - ' "j house by rieT ensitu-er Texas Iin.HrL i:. " j . ? & Light Co. Phone"::. lT2... : " j ' - "V ' -" A.TKI "Wc a.o in the nur!--? f ir1. ac?. o-l-iildvaiio. nil hi'd 4 1-2 and hw h -:fliir and " liu it...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 1 May 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN. ;MAY I 1918. Special 6 O'clock Dinner Tonight SOe-Plew Dining Room-Mrs. Al Davis : ; i . . . j j - - . i - PERSONAL ITEMS LITTLE ITEMS OF LOCAL INTEREST ' J. W. Remington left this mornin for Menard. ni : -r -uib. u. v. liaggett has returned from Vincent street to 1.110 .Avenue B from a visit in San Anirnin 1 Jlr. iv. y. Hland is movintr fodnv damagc w.as done other than tlic waste of a few gallons of gasoline -the gaso- line tank of the Looney car being smashed. IV I). 31 1 Pulley announces .ioilay that three additional animals have been given the Tied Cross to bo Sold aT auction on Saturday May II. K. B. Terrell fives' a calf. A F. M?AJister gives a Shetland pony and Vi'ill Al- gnod a cow. These animals together with three jacks given recently by Mr jMcCuIlcy will be sold at 'auction on the court house square May 11 far thojbenefit of the Rel Cross chapter. 1 f j 3Irs. Stewart Scott and family will win a urooks returned last night 5 move tomorrow to their new h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 2 May 1918

J ROWN BULLETIN OIL FIELD NEWS AND. GOSSIP ON PAGE PRICE FIVE CENTS BROWN WOOD TEXAS THURSDAY MAY 2 1918. VOL. XVII. NO. 170 0D0 1110 PUMP WOEIIE IW filial J ii la Hill 8 uiu yy WOOI) 6 PAGES TODAY pniycnDPtwiiTv nt too 111 Mil I llll il III a kh ii 1 ill 1 Ii y is 1 1 f 2 M Pi ULIIiU Ull DAirn unm n iiMtr nr. i imit in yiiMDrn mm vvuuLu nMSt nu Li in iujiubideh: OF H 10 II I GALLED IBB Ml; 1 J I Monument To Be Erected Over Graves of First American Soldiers to Die on Ficncli Battlefields. me SEGTRETABY SAYS ;m is GSD01 GENERAL HAIG. DRAFT AM EN D M rORTHGOMMIN PROPOSED THAT MEN AVAIL- ABLE BY SELECTION BE GREATLY INCREASED. (By Assoc teted Press) WASHINGTON. May 2. Sr- rotary -of War Baker UhUy pre-: seated tlic House military -ommit-foe with the plans of tiro -r lu:it- istration for a prreatly iivjc.txv. army. Secretary o;Jter sa':-t n li1 " ' discuss the mmilier of mc.i to i$. into the army. bec.v.is mo jiu li- st t a limit "while 'I la only ::i: of limit is our ability t eniij tr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 2 May 1918

1 1 :: 3 BROWNWOOD BULLETIN MAY 2 1918. Oil JLeases and Transfers p. H. Mcares and wife to T. H. Shipp. 242.7 acres of D. II. Meares sur- vey 11; $142. " H. E. Chambers et ux to Texas Star Oil & Refining Co. 20 acres of A. M. Bacchus survey; $200. W. H. Nash and wife to T. II. Ship C40 acre sof S. H. . Crawford survqv 16S; $1000. J. D. Pickens et al to T. . A. Graves ct al 50 aires of section 5 HT&B Ry. Co. land; $500. S. Perkins (colored) to W. O. Mc- Culley assignment of lot S bloclc C. Bailey addition; $10. Geo. S. Rusco. to Texas Sta rOIl & Refining Co. assignment northwest corner of block-. 15 Brown county school land; $1 etc. ;H. C. Spivey and wife to T. H. Shipp. G40 acres of H&TC Ry. Co.; land; ?10Q0. T. H. Shipp of It. P. Conner three separate assignments; first 242.7 acres of D. H. Meares survey 11 ?1.i0bn Lowell. Chairman of Special etc.; second C40 acres of survey. 1. committee- ftr War Service request. $1 etc; third G40 acres of section l.'hn- that in ad...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 2 May 1918

f BROWNWOOD BULLETIN MAY 2 1918. f r L 10 ENTENTE CAUSE DESPITE INTRIGUE (fKKiXAXY AM) Al'STIHA-HrXKAUY CONSTANTLY YVOKKINU TO BISIU'PT (JOVEKX3IEXT. (Associated Press Correspondence.) CORFU March -30. (By mail.) Serbia remains faithful . u the cause of the Entente allies despite German intrigue and an offer of the German government to conclude peace doelar ed Premier Pashitch today in a "dec- laration of Serbia's foreign policy" Tead at the opening here of the Serb- ian parliament. More than a year ago. Mr. Pashitch said "Germany was beginning to sec the impossibility of defeating her ene- mies by military force alone am! to see that slie mast have recourse to other means. She then decided to make the most energetic use of clan- destine channels to disoi i.mize as speedily as possible the power and co- hesion of her enemy she carried on intrigues employing different methods according to the countries for yhich she intended them. 'AH these intrigues Were clothed in and in autocracie...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 2 May 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN MAY 2 1918. THE BROWNWOOD BULLETIN MAYES PRINTING CO. PROPS. "Member Associated Press Published every afternoon except JJ Office of Publication Bulletin Build- Entered at the Postoffice at Brown- TELEPHONES Editorial Office No. 22 Business Offiqe. So ' 6 Any erroneous reflection upon the! character standing or reputation of(cemeterv Sundav. The craves of fone 3PffVf and forfy-seven veteran of the lilue and the gray were counted. who. are democratic neither in lA'In- ciple nor practice and avIio have af- filiated themselves with the Demo- cratic party simply as a matter of; ex- pediency.. If there w4ere three strong parties in Texas there would be less political discord and less political rottenness than there is now with the Democratic party in control and a number of factions fighting to control it Memorial services for Confederate veterans who have "died and lieen buried here were held at Greeivleaf UNIVERSITY SUMMER SCHOOL TO BE TAUGHT IN HANDSOME NEW BUILDING ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 2 May 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN MAY 2 1918. The Bulletin's Classified Page n 1 cent per word first insertion; Adit J."" 1 -2c per word subsequent times; minimum first time 20c. All classified ads. cash with order. 1 WANTED WANTED Position as stenographer Miss Glass. Phone J-&S9. 172c CLEAN rags wanted at Bulletin of- fice. Two cents ner pound; cash. "WANTED Clean rags at Bulletin of- fice. Will pay 2 cents pound delivered. WANTED Fancy sewing; first class work guaranteed. 900 East Baker. Phone J-1042. 173p WANTED Any kind of farm or ranch work; experienced hand. Phono R-.r34. W. It. Storey. 173p WANTED To rent a 3 or 4 room house by chief engineer Texas Power & Light Co. Phone 33. w72c. WANTED We are in the market for 4 1-2 and 5-inch casing and 2-incU line pipe. Pippin Oil Co. 171 WANTED To DUy second hand furni- ture. New Second Hand Store 110 E. Broadway Phone 975. 159tft WANTED Whitegirl to cook and do house work for family of three. -Phone J-o09 or call at 109 West Chandler. 170p WA...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 2 May 1918

-j... BROWNWOOD BULLETIN MAY 2 1918. ROGERS- i The Complete Shoe Stock! Edwin Glapp Shoes Bion R. Reynolds Shoes J. E. Tilt Shoes the exclusive agency for each each up to the ROG- ERS STANDARD. All leathers a great variety of lasts; a splendid assortment of sizes. EXPERT FITTING-A Pleasure to Show These! OLD MAN IS HELD 1 HEALTH PBEGAUTIDNS DISLOYALTY CHARGE FIRST AHKKST OF KIM) IIKUE F 0 R ALLEtiKI) DISLOYAL STATEMENTS YESTERDAY. IN CANTONMENT TOWNS EXTRAORDINARY MKASPRKS TO PRE V K NT ( I I ('ATI 0 X 0 F DISEASES BY SOLDIEBS. SPECIAL-- For a good business reason we have arranged a shoe table on which you will find a variety of Clapp and Reynolds and J. E. Tilt Shoes Vici Gunmetal and Gem Calf all Oxfords good staple lasts your choice while they last $5.00 Per Pair! W. II. Ilprton an aged man who came here some time ago. from Run nels county; was arrested and placcdl in jail Wednesday afternoon and is .still hold on charges of .making- dis- loyal statements about the government Ilo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 3 May 1918

6 PAGES TODAY BUG W IN W UUD & U JlJl 1 1I-N OIL FIELD axnjj GOSSIP ON PAGE 7 PRICE FIVE CENTS BROWNWOOD TEXAS FRIDAY MAY 3 1918. VOL. XVII. NO. 17W . r- r r J h an n a B a VBK tts PiiBht i 111 nun in ATTACK LAST mill i B 1LO SI I li II POSITIONS FROW HUNS GERMANS NOT YET READY TO RESUMFTENSIVE OPERATIONS SEN. M'CUIVIBER DEMANDS ARMY OF FIVE MILLION MEN' V ! A WELL CAMOUFLAGED BRIDGE IN THE MEUSE SECTOR. Criticises Conduct oi War and Insists on More Vigorous 11. T - ' i Prosecution of Preparations jor hand ting Immense Bodies of Soldiers by America ! mill on (Pv 'Associated Press) .WASHINGTON. Ala.v 3. Swjlbr MeQunher told the i -.. .41.-. 1T..;. 1 irt.it.. i;mlf tOlt unft Ioxs thai'. . lVe men on the baltlefront within a ykr. f ' . ' He was reviewinjr Amwa's jfirst yeni hi tin-war. lie sat. line results were negligible the present time. : Six .months has Wri wasted by tliv shipimijr -board "f snitl an il -$G40U). ... for a.r- craft has "been "worse than squandered.' :. "IF we f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 3 May 1918

1' tftrmw BROWNWOOD BULLETIN MAY 3 1918. - 1 . i nail OIL FIELD NEWS AND GOSSIP terday more than twenty oil men from various sections of the country reaching the city yesterday to look over the local situation. The casinR has been pulled in the Matlock well following unsuccessful Fori Worth Man Buys Acreage Here After Investigation E B. Webster of Fort Worth is one ul wie newcomers who has oualifiedl for acceptance in the inner circle ofieorts to case off the salt water and Brown county operators. He has se-i5t was stated this morning that drill- cured forty acres of the. Prosper Man- ing W0ld. l)e resumed Monday to file survey 017 and will drill it asjmakc li Possible -to set casing prop- soon as the necessary arrangements erIj- Tjere wgro no other develop- for rigs can be made. This is the 10ns 5n the wqll during the past day survey on which Judge Swayne andj0r two- . ' associates are already drilling a 1000- ! foot test and is regarded as a mightv Joe Bartl(Js of IDewey Okla.. ar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 3 May 1918

I BROWNWOOD BULLETIN MAY 3 1918. COSSACK LEADER WAS ITLY HESPECTED GBEf dcred hfo Co.. wicks to strip the dele gates and ?Jve Hit in U.ejuy with the knout prtlereU to go on the plat form where he lashes 'Snmcuoff questioned him and then or lMJOI'I.E KIUltEI) HIS IH'TUI.KSS 1WEH I'XTH HE Vt AS MilYEX HAimiX. ila'ilcJniria. May 3. The When tin's had boon itierqfl him before a -drum-head court done he toU the delegates to return mJusifa!. The court pronounced him a to Irkutsk and show his reply at the: traitor to his country and Semcnoff same lime threatening to serve all Holshoviki wild $eH5nto his hands ill the same manner (iiiieleil Soldiers. On .another occasion a train load of reservist? softie to their liomo. through Serninoit5 soctidn .were all houtnij: want ill ey would do to the name of Jcn ra Scinenoff. the Cos- .'officers aheri iMv hot to their homo. v.houpo6cd the nil oi . when Semenoff and two of " his men hhn. Seweaoff at. the salute nnt do otherwise ll ev ave itirn sat-J...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 3 May 1918

V BROWN WOOD BULLETIN MAY 3 1918. rnnn nm r rwrfir Mayes Printing co. props. .Member Associated Press i uoiisbed every afternoon except Sunday Office of Publication Bulletin Build- Entered at the Postoffice at Brown- wood Texas as second class matter UNLIMITED FlfihTLNG STKEXOTIl! TELEPHONES Editorial Office Business Office No. 22 No. G Any erroneous reflection upon the character standing or reputation of any person firm or corporation which may appear in the columns of The X)ally Bulletin will be gladly corrected upon its being brought to the attention or the publishers. The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for republication on condition all news dispatches credited to it orL.iri .. not otherwise credited in this paper nud also the local news published herein. t HATS OFF TO THE SCHOOL. Worth Star-Telegram The Fort says: "The Brownwood .high sehool this year will have a graduating class of fifty said to' be the largest class between Fort Worth and El Paso. But the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 3 May 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN MAY 3 1918. The Bulletin's Classified Page RafflO cent per word ffrst insertion; AdlC J"""l-2c per word subsequent times; minimum first time 20c. AH classified ads. cash with order. i t M V A - ' mm. a w mmm I J 4 "WANTED Second hand motorcycle Phone 52C. "WANTED Position as: stenographer Miss Glass. Phone J-stv. 172c CLEAN rags wanted at Bulletin of- fice. Two cents ier pbund. cash. WANTED Clean rags t-Bulletin of- fice. Will pay 2 cents ptjund delivered: "W NTBD By May ! 20. furnished' ho.ise four or five roomk Phone 040. j R C. Steel. -171 tfc i "WANTED Fancy sewidg; first clussjST At or near American ;tlicatre. f wurk guaranteed. WW East llakcr.;tttn one in ! brown case and j Phone J-1049 f fjp'onc in rwl ense. Fodder please phone WANTED Any kind ofjfann or ranch; work; experienced handl Phone R-'M. Y- n.Sfnrfiv ! 1751) .. WANTED Tc. rent a 13 or 4 room! of lamp and hut cfca'l: tho- United house by chkir engineer Texas Power j stales fual atfwinir&Hon urge...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 3 May 1918

13 w-rw BROWNWOOD BULLETIN: MAY 3 1918 g. 1 HEMPHILL-FAIN CO. 3g na na oo . on r-!r- IM;itfii Www The Smartest Ideas in Corset rg Arc embodied in L;i-C;miillo Models. Absolute i- " lllioritative for si vie. the.y mold the body lo ex lis greatest -'charm and y au- pi'oss vn vs neaury. jne' are a roru with comfort and' dase that makes possibly true grace of carriage. The patented YKNTljLO baek is a great (jorSet improvement: Tn iiddi.tibn to providing ventilation i it removes all pressuro from the spine. . The V.ENTJLO FRONl81IIELD preents scoring Of the flesh." lc sure the corset you liuv is stamped VKXTILO. Otherwise fou may not get. the genuine. OD n oo OD OD OD OO OO OO oo oo oo OD Of Interest to Women TOtfORKOW'S ENTEKTAIXJIEXTS. . The Red Cross headquarters will be open. Thriit Stamp Booth Sales. .The Thrift Stamp booth sales for last Saturday at the Southern hotel with Misses Bernice Tarrant and Cur Us Jennings in charge $3f; at the Renfro drug store No. 1 with Misses Lelia Lat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 4 May 1918

jfimma BROWN WOOD BULLETIN OIL -FIELD NEVS AND GOSSIP OTST PAGE PRICE FIVE CENTS BROWNWOOD TEXAS SATURDAY MAY 4 1918. VOL.XVIL NO. 172 BRITISH LOSES D Till ABOUT 250000 r JjC J J. V V V "V V V V V V Solid Trains of Wounded Germans Being CarnWjLflSSES OF Back Daily From Fronts in Flanders aridPicardy HOSPITALS AND BUILDINGS CROWDED W (By Associated Pres?) . j AMSTERDAM Mnv "h Twit hundred and sixty-five trains-full of wounded "soldiers returning to Germany from the battle front in Picardy and Flanders sas tluj newspaper Los Nouvelles of the Hague were counted in the day-j time on April 5th 11 and Vzih on the Mamur-Liefre railway. . ' ; The transports were so row iledf with wounded men that the (Jt4 mans were using opn eua! t- .'s tol earrv the nien. The hospitals " - j on vents schools nnd factories: in Belgium the paper adds werd all packed with tin wounded. '3 IS L OF L STRIKE IS THREATENED I'NLESS; SITUATION IN LAKE SHIP- PING IS REMEDIED. j ' t (By Associated Press) VASiirXGTOf M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 4 May 1918

X BROWN WOOD" BULLETIN MAY 4 1918. f : l I All llllffA un a a aipi I UIL NLLU mild AnU faUd5ir column Is Always ojicn to the oil men for the publication of news or worth- l wliilc opinions and their a ill in mak ing its' reports accurate and beneficial Says Pipe Lines Are To Be Built by Big Companies of U. S. IX COLEJIAX COrXTY. Five Xcvt HlUs Almost Ready to Bci;m Operations. Fire new rigs are nenrins. conlple- ition in Coleman county according to The following communication by E.lthe ro6nian democrat-Voice from L. Lapnington. appearing in the Irort.ttiieh newspaper the following weekly "North Record this morning will imindrv is taken The Walter Mailrin rig on . the cf int rest in this section: 'North and central oil operators' are now informed the Texas company has northeast corner of il. T & 11. Survey 1 was finished "Wednesday and the Uetlded to shortly construct a IPC Guilders were due to begin' work line froniAVest Dallas to Hanger and ;TiUrsdav on thel-ig of the System Ii...

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