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

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN MAY 4 1918. 1 . TO WAGE WAR ON ILIA IN SOUTH 1TBIJC HEALTH SERVICE BEGINS EXTENSIVE CAMPAIGN' ABOUT ARMY CAMPS. (By Associated Press) WASHINGTON May 4. The public health service ttas just begun the most extensive anti-malaria -campaign ever undertaken in the Tinted Slates with a view to protection of the health of the soldiers in the Southern can- tonments. Congress has authorized this crusade and provided tiie funds and it is expected that $400000 will have been spent by I'nele Sam in this ivorh. by July 1 1911). This is exclu- sive of the government's part in the cooperative health work now being carried on in the vicinity of these cantonments by the public health .Service the American Kcd Cross ant! tho local health authorities. Because malaria is conveyed only by the bite of a certain mosquito which flics ouly a short distance from its breeding place the eradication of the mosquito will be undertaken in zones two miles wide around each camp likely to have mala...

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

BROWN WOOD BULLETIN MAY 4 1918. THE BR0WRW00D BULLETIN ? Ua:1 vr"t3 an apiiarent liasi:; for it. The depart-. maykk PRi.ynxo co.. props. . . - . JMmber Assoeiatei Preys m -i reww siuieuieni.. ... declared that no: a .single -onflasi.i ''TH E PA R S O N. 'SCO L V M N ' '. :M 'rhimr f .&liie4s and rallies'" U ( I'Sfcs VON TIItriT. 01' '.iM..Jr.. r-.l V I.APIv OK l'OJIKSWHT .imi.: .ion cen For Sale or Trade. i l.ini.:- t v.ar hmdi.r ibe ti-. j uip.ov. 1 l.:.2 acres near Pecos .!- I;.- . i.- : om"Mte I 1 - - PublishoaV every afternoon Sunday ec- -1 t turn of I ho mauy hkli have" occurs in Office of 'Pohlii ation. Pnlletin 1 Hirel- ing corner P.'mwa ami Lee Stree's Entered at tlx- psi-. . . t p.t.iuii WOC(l. TeXas. as SiH.nni tiiiilir TJCLKPJ" i:s Editorial m'tiec ... ... N't. tVJ- Busings nfiiv .. ; :m I'll N' Sam has ip fn ;it a f- at tn.n wiH ? !n tl.M1; H"K f. inu tile raited jrUates during the iiast fil' ol ImiJU'- TI. Ii: o:f.t .en i-t - The Pwvon h as Known that n tin is noiug...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 4 May 1918

I. BROWN WOOD BULLETIN MAY 4 1918. 5 i i SOCIETY Edited Iiy firs. 3sih. C. Wlilto - - Phono 22 !!!!!iii!!iniin:!i!:i!nnn:n::i:!;!i:ni!;!;ini:!n:i!i:iiiiii!i!i!i:Miiii!iii!iiii!!!iiiikMino Boone... luiia Wilkinson Daisy: : .Margaret camp Ltiinan .Nor-; rrnvoou lrgmia-unnnu Informal Hi cul n;r. -Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jones' -invited a jfetv of theft neighborhood OMendst Wednesday etching for a social hour; HI of games. Victrola music $s onjoy-j . ed during the sanies.' - E riling of Korly-t.v -III!l!!ll!III!!!!ll!!Iini!ii!liI!i:i!li!!In!!ii;;iiili:n!!!!iI!n!;iii;iii:!IIJiJlHlllliiim! TO MY JIOTHKH.' i Self rullinv rinK rili' foRo-witis- i;i'in v. a vritfj ; rme Sail Ctflttire Club lied a:w6rS hv a .--oldie- in l:n it..i.T;... in Rouen-J martini -SliSsi week nitwit ilwv tnt lii J'V.M" e. it hcf h-. 1 :: it : .r.is-. the Red hdmmri : A. Ife! AIrs- - K. Robinson entertained a R . e a .-;iii to i ; a . . : ;s. a rircscnfciUOn of memfceis Mas prls-i1 friomLs ny evening u'lU. a sc-i t which wo c...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 4 May 1918

i BROWN WOOD BULLETIN MAY 4 1918. f RE-ELECTED BY COLEMAN SCHOOLS HUF FORD 1'OIUfEIt KROWXAVOOD TEACHER IS AGAIN MADE SITKRLN- TESDE.NT AT COLEXAX. C H. Hufford has been re-elected superintendent of the Coleman public schools the election being on last iMonday It is a source of gratifica- tion to Brownwood friends that he has given splendid satisfaction in hts work in Coleman. The following comment is taken from the Coleman Democrat-Voice : "'The current year is 'Prof. Iluf- ford's first year in Coleman . and he has proven himself an able educator and public spirited citizen. For years Coleman's greatest asset has been its? ptfblip school and it will continue so if Prof. Hufford receives the hearty support and co-operation of trustees and patrons. The Democrat-Voice is confident that the action of the board will meet with the hearty approval of a majority of the patrons of the Coleman schools. "Local friction and petty personali- ties have no place in the schools of a community and ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 4 May 1918

V BROWN WOOD BULLETIN MAY 4 1918; The Bulletin's Classified Page gQj.QC 1 cent per word first insertion;-RdLCD"""l-2c per word subsequent times; minimum first time 20c. All classified ads. cash with order. i i WANTED ANTED Second rnone 52CT "WANTED Position as stenographer liss Glass. Phono J-SS9. CLEAN rags wanted at Bulletin of- lice. Two cents ier pound cash. "WANTED Clean rags at Bulletin of- fice. Will pay 2 cents pound delivered. WANTED Any kind nf welding; at - . isfaction guaranteed. Phone 1 1.1. -171 tfe WAXTi:i By May 2. fnrnlshcl hoiis. lour or five n C. Steel. .mis Phone iMO. 171 tfc WANTHO-Faney sewing first class j work ?uarameed. W Last Baker. Phont-.1-1042. 173p' "WAN! I. I Any Rind of farm or ranvh; work; experienced hand. Phone R-.34. W. R. Storey 17::p WANTED To rent a 3 or 4 room Iioufc 'y 'Mor engineer Texas Power LightCo. Phone 23. 172c WANTED To btiv nn.l hand furni- tr vow s.H.nn Unn.i store imjlt now. Rnmey Brokerage Storage j E. Broadway Phone 97". lj9tfc'C...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 4 May 1918

-8 BROWNWOOD BULLETIN MAY 4 1918. - Leo Mc A lister is resting well after an operation for Appendicitis f It. IJfOreA lister who is in u sani- tarium in St. Louis is slightly im DOO R.B. Rogers The Store for Mother and Daughter Featuring for next week a showing of New Summer Dresses So in tune with the New Season. So original in their Style Develop- ment. Even a remarkable showing for THE ROGERS STORE show- ings that are most always just a little ahead: just a wee bit more attractive and different and not more expensive. VOILES SILKS LINENS CREPES SILK JERSEYS ' a multitude or Colors and Combinations Dlentv. ol sizes and a great variety of Styles. Best of . all they comeMo you at n. ih I ftft - proved. The puhlicifr bureau of the f Cham ber of Commerce will meet tonight at S:30 in the offieo of the organization to organize for work. and discuss sev eral publicity matters which will bet presented by . Secretary Whaler. Every member of the bureau is urged to be present. Dr. A. Caswell...

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

BULLETIN OIL FIELD NEWS AND GOSSIP ON PAGE PRICE FIVE CENTS BROWNWOOD TEXAS MONDAY MAY 6 1918. VOL. XVII. NO. 173 FT CHARGES AGAINSTA BROWNWOOD A 6 PAGES TODAY 'y PRESIDENT ORDERS INVESTIGATION 0 FIRMANS STILL UNABLE TO RESUME OFFENSIVE IN RCRAFTBOARDi FLANDERS WHILE ALLIES IMPROVE THEIR POSITIONS WILL MAKE PUBLIC ALL CORRESPONDENCE BEARING ON MATTER OIIAHGES MADE 1IY VOLlNTEEIt LYVESTIOATOH BOKGLF.H WILL HE ANALYZED. (By Assoc isted Press) WASHINGTON. . May G. President Wilson today ordered an investigation of graft charges in connection with the production Of aircraft made by Gutzson Borglum the sculptor. Bor- glum's charges of pro-German in- fluence will also he investigated. A demand . for eritnlnal investigation was made in the senate recently. The President's action came as the climax of the charges brought by Gutzson Borglum the sculptor who made a personal investigation of the aircraft situation and then published his report. It made startling charges which immediately broug...

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

V BROWNWOOD BULLETIN -MAY 6 1918. OIL FIELD NEWS AND GOSSIP 1 - . 1 . ma- SHALLQW FIELD 13 REAL OIL FIELD i'v aciat nit u uuti iiiuii itiio . chinery of various kinds for new tests in this county .were received in the local yards. During the same time four or five cars of these materials were shipped to nearby points . for erection of rigs for development work. DISCREDITING KEMAKKS AltOKT THE FIELD SHOULD UK DIS- COURAGED WHEN POSSIBLE. 'Notes "of the Field. The S. Sz A; Oil Company's well on j the-Giddens tract near Thrifty is re- Tho Oil Weekly formerly the (Julf.poited Jo have struck salt water atj Coast Oil News says in its issue of; about 240 feet. The. -water is being; last Saturday; . .cased (U and: drilling for -deep sands ""'It Is hard to define the reasonsiwill be resumed. for a systematic campaign of knook-j . - ing which is being carried on here iin The Perrv WelL drilling six miles this territory with the shallow field : west of town is reported tp be com- as the object...

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

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN MAY 6 1918.' interestixc immtmkxt ;Iuris the administration of J. A. Me- f J uu ''MiHuTi. the WPmd -nujyor ever elected ' " here the town having 'occn organized (ily Associated J'rcss) WACO Texas. Muy G. Dingy in lk". . jujit two y. ars previously. ThoiiLh the minutes were dated before the dust of many years yellow char- lht. var lhe ncglft (UCition AvaB rod and crumbling with age. an in- .. . - .. . teresting document dated ls."ii;-7 has'CVCn tuc:i a ?a!tcF consideration been brought lo light in the- -minutes he law makers -ami was discussed of this city. This Telie was Umml in at 1 agth at t&e meeting recorded. the archives of thecitv elt-rk's fficc and is a small ledger of lw pages. FINAL GALL FOB T. N. RECRUITS lug changes from the present date the It covers the proceedings of tin- city ivord committee appear'ng throughout council ot October 11. I-.'. and was the record as committy. A final call for enlistments in the Ilrownwood troon. of -the new Texas j ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 6 May 1918

"4 "IT-) BROWNWOOD BULLETIN MAY 6 1918. THE BROWNWOOD BULLETIN .MAYES PRINTING CO. VROPi .Member Associated Press Published every afternoon Sunday tcept Office of Publication Bulletin Build ing corner Brown and Lee St Entered at the Postolfice at Bfown wood Texas as second class matter TELEPHONES Editorial Office Business Office . . . Xo. 22 .. Xo. G Any erroneous reflection uion the character standing or reputation of any person firm or corporation which may appear in the columns of The Daily Bulletin will be gladly corrected j 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 or not otherwise credited in this paper and also the local news published herein. 'UST HAVE HOTELS.- in Brownwood who readily sign llis bond: Where docs the money come from since it is not earned? What Is the source of the livelihood of these idle men since it is not honestly se- cured? The...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 6 May 1918

.BROWNWOOD BULLETIN MAY 6 1918. The Bulletin's Classified Page n j 1 cent per word first insertion; HalvS.""l-2c per word subsequent times; minimum first time 20c. All classified ads. cash with order. WANTED WANTED Second Thone 52G. . hand motorcycle. 173c 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 Any kind of welding; sat- isfaction guaranteed. Phone 113. 171tfc WANTED By May 20. furnished house four or five rooms. Phone 040. It. C. Steel. Hltfe WANTED Position as stenographer. Address Fred K. Little 109 East Chandler. 17.rp WANTED Fancy sewing; first class work guaranteed. .1)00 East Baker. Phone J-1042. 173p WANTED Any. kind of farm or ranch work; experienced hand. Phone 11-534. W. R. Storey- 1 3p WAVTRn Tnh tvnrm-rif inir 1n do. Will do neat and accurate work for 15e per 100 words. Phone R-740. -n4nlsmall angora khr. Ke-vtaru lor re j. la CM. Shaw's farm Phone 11 t.r WANTED To...

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

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN MAY 6 1918. Women's Choice Footwear Try this new store for correct footwear combining style and service at popular prices. We are sure we can please you. SPOKT WHITE DRESS ROOT Vamp of white.; kid. duck covered -Louis heel priced at only .$7.00.' DO EE CO En on " DD OQ on CsCi EE EE CO B8 on on OD DO DD da OXJOODDDDDrXIDOOOOOOOODDOnDOOODaonDDCDDDDDODDDO CO a oa oa aa an oa oa aa oa oa oa oa oa aa oa oa oa oa oa oa oa oa oa oa oa aa oa oa oa oa aa oa oa oa oa aa ca oa aa aa oa oa EE oa oa aa oa oa oa aa aa oa OP OXFORD Of white buck low white. heel wing tip welt sole smart style and priced at $..00. . WLLIKKX OXFORD-Of white calf cap toe rubber heel Tex- tan sole vdry comfortable for $.".(H) f WOMAN INTRODUCES FERGUSON HI Of Interest to Women IX ADDRESS SATURDAY FERGU- SOX RENEWS ATTACKS ON' "UXIViJRSlTJt" CROWD." TOMORRO WS ENTE RTAIX3I EXTS. The Twentieth Century Club will meet in the Red Cross headquarters. RIIiLIKEX SUITER Low leather heelf vici imitation wing ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 7 May 1918

WW BROWNWOOD BULLETIN iwwufr PRICE FIVE CENTS BROWNWOOD TEXAS TUESDAY MAY 7 1918. VOL. XVII. NO. 174 BR0WNW00 1 iru Tur TAD VLIV1UL1UI NO SLACKERS IN BROWNWOOD HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS ENTER BROWNWOOD SCHOOLS II CREDIT 10 NATION; EACH ENTHUSIASTICALLY INTO ALL PHASES DF PATRIOTIC WORK (Stella Storey '19.) Thrift Stamps and Liberty Bonds. The Brownwood High School de- serves high commendation for its ef- ficient work along patriotic lines liv- ery call of the nation has been cheer- fully and willingly answered. Over - ouu inriu stamps nave ueen soiu in the last three months anions the pu- pils of the High School and quite a number of Liberty bonds have been bought. Recently Hon. Gus W. Thom- asson district . manager of the7"thrift - stamp movement addressed the stu- dents of the High School in behalf of the sale of war savings stamps and the -organization of the classes for pa- triotic work. With his help the Senior: class organized and since then each' of the other classes has been orga...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 7 May 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN MAY 7 1918. . v4 Change of Heart y (Julia Walker '21.) -Jlmmic trudged slowly homeward with a frowri on his usually merry face. He did not mind the cold or the slippery sidewalk. His mind was intent on the great problem of earn- . ing money. He lacked five cents of having a quarter with which he would buy a Thrift Stamp. His teacher had explained the pur- pose of the Thrift Stamp and Jimmie was so full of patriotism that he had worked one whole evening running errands. He had twenty cents hut .there seemed no place else to go to work. He wondered if it had been worth the cold and fatigue. There seemed small good in having four nickels If there was no way to ob- tain the fifth. As Jimmie turned into his home street a largo fleshy man slipped on the ice-coated sidewalk. His arms waved wildly for support hut only succeeded in bringing the small moneymarkcr to the ground -with him. did not seem to be injured. Jimmie To the High School Students: When your Suit or Dress...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 7 May 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN MAY 7 1918. The Thrift Stamp Dream (Mary Freeman "2h) "Marjorie. every quarter yon are you" replied hr father-. That night as Marjorie sat study- - ing flcr mathematics someone .knock- ed at the . door. She 'opened .it and a exempt on your mathematics rive you twelve dollars to buy Thrift Stampswith" said Mr Coalson to his daughter one morning. Mathematics was Marjorie's hardest subject and she sat silent a few mo- ments before she answered "All right I'll 4o my best" I will!nierry c"0vd f Vy5 and S'rls came them bread." bo reflected the troubles and cares of the'universe. His lyinds were stretch- ed (pleadingly toward her and he was saying in a low gentle voice: "Oh- people of the great United States give 111. ; ' . . "Marjorie" said one of them "come go with us to surprise Ellen Graham." "AH right. 1U go" answerod the girl. ' : " Suddenly her.; face clouded she had (forgotten aboutUier conversation with Do your best and angels can't beat 'CT father that jmorning...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 7 May 1918

"A BROWNWOOD BULLETIN MAY 7 1918. RRHWNWfiOn RUl I FTIN Wc ta!e our money an1 mvcit it in dress for all occasions in the com-j the attltudu of our great souled leader it II All If 11 II UUl DULLLlilll 1 thrift stamns it will not ho forpnttmi n.onoo.tiPTif nvprc!ns Tho. ci'rlc in'nnoh Inftv 9Pntlnipnti as "those should XAJES PRINTING CO PROPS. Member Associated Press Published every afternoon except Sunday I 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 No. 22 Business Office ........ No. C Any erroneous reflection upon the character standing or reputation or any person firm or corporation which may appear in the columns of The Daily Bulletin will be gladly corrected 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 or Hot otherwise credited in...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 7 May 1918

t JSWdK.iri:.: &!l : :iv;:; ;:: ;!; W mi KMM I 1 Uniililllfflii II. I '! ..!! I ! '! . ! '!P l 'l V ' i X V.'. Food Will Win The War! Feec For a One Truck will do the wprk of Three Teams. 1 - - If you are still using. teams you are wasting food as Well as losing money. ) Republic Trucks Are Doing Their Best to Win the War r. d. McClelland 400-406 Center MAW'S THINiT STA7IP. Around the fireside Tout the lieartli Bit old. and young ftU fiiled with mirth; They're ail patriotic as ah small Ija' From ole I'ncle Josh to wee baby Da'a. Now Sambo needs a n w pair shoea. An' sister Liza's hainz beaux. So things sl:e necdR a lot of clothes. But that's just zactly how cverythTn goc5. li . Maw. says. says. she. a.r she blows eat. tJii lmnnr ' "Clothes or no eiothes " then an ein phatic stamp. "Beaux or no tx-aux. we'll itave a Thrift Stamp." Vrwc St rritt. "19.. Brooke Smith & Co. Uiincorporated Capital $300000. Fairness Prompt- ness and Courtesy characterizes the service of this bank I...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 7 May 1918

K BROWNWOOD BULLETIN MAY 7 1918. nnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnannnnnnnnnnnnnonnDonnnn HEMPHILL Successor to Graduation gandie on The Sweet Girl Graduate will want to look her very best on Graduation Day and we have -the dresses that will fill the Graduation -want and which can then he added to her regular summer wardrobe. YERY PRETTY DRESS&SOf sheer Voiles and Crisp White Organdies in gg'the latest styles which we will be very glad to show you -whether you jjj buy or not priced at BR $12.50 $15 $17.50 $19.85 $25 $29.85. on FOR GRADUATION PRESENTS A OD suggest Silk Hosiery Silk Waists g3 Handkerchiefs Fans Hand Bags Jow- DP elrv Novelties etc. OO O GRADUATION SLIPPERS S AVicbcrt Whhe Kid Pumps Louis heel P . $7.00 - Black Patent Puurps. Louis heel. sftlAS g White Buck Pumps Louis heel spo- OD clal '.$3.73 DO . - do SILK SHIRTS FOR YOUNG MEN oo on A heavy weirht wah silk in . dp match $4.95 $6.00 to $7.50. ' i S3 FANCY COTTON WKAVES LJLJ nn n-d ma i -tfEj elteets 9SV k ?h.w. OO gg THE CORREC...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 8 May 1918

BROWN WOOD BULLETIN 8 PAGES TODAY OIL FIELD NEWS AND GOSSIP ON PAGE PRICE FIVE CENTS BROWNWOOD TEXAS WEDNESDAY MAY 8 1918. VOL. XVII. NO. 175 FAMOUS 0 FLIER MISSING AFTER BATTLE CAPTAIN HALL'S PATE NOT KNOWN AND WHOLE U. S. ARMY IS MOURNING. .AMERICAN SOLDIERS SAYING GOOD-BY. (By Associated Press) 'AMERI CA X 1 1 E AUy I ' A RTERS IN FRANCE May 8. There has be$n great aerial activity on die 'American sector southwest of "Toul. and Captain James Jlall. i'a- mous French nm American i'lier. is reported missing after -a hat lie Jn which he ami tv. other Amer- ican engaged four fiennatis. The whole American army is mourning over the loss of Captain Hall and all wonder whether he was killed or was able to bring his machine safely to earth after his battle in the air o-r 1'agny-Sur-Moselle. WHEAT CROP OF 11 BILLION BUSHELS IS FORECAST TODAY mm UflfD 3 QLITICAL ORGE CABINET RITISH Lll AGAIN ADVANG ED During their stay in Frame man -of the Amerhan sold iers. Ira vp be- conip fast friends vil...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 8 May 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN MAY 8 1918. ii HI li ii m mm wm I m i i'.w- ii 1 1 en f i nil 1 1 itjs r. i wmwffl&x r av. srssr sir unirtnx. mmmmt mmm mmmm 7J : iiiiihrtmv. w mwi t m mmmmmmm '! 77 r Pi tin: i ' ; ' ' . ! ; I : ; '111 1IIIA J ! PI III r vim III 4J UJ4 IfTfT ! I m. 1 i Villi i ; t ! Will flimnmmM W mm mm m Iff ! ps?-:--v:-i--;i-i i $pMm$m wmwfm' hey lllM'liS is i'ii 11 I . W'V-f KVw -. . -. it 14 1 1 n S f i 1 11 FGC FELLOWS! I: Iff I ' WM I Ii m wm i I il CI. 5 y Hot Weather? Clothes of Quality ;.; .. " .Clothes lhai. arc tailored 1 . y ;v? Nol just sewed. : ; -' k-- ' ; ' Yes Sin- i ):;' jTliq.thc .-kind of -summer weight cloth ficlj.. :r.Wd;T6;sh6w.ihg a wonderful assortment-O.f lltincw weaves that aifi ;::: . Kool Kloth "; I Panamas . i i ! : il 'f mm. Mohairs Scr-Suckers liriShanlungs -Palni Beach -THEY ARE :ALL HERE ' "" : In either dark or light patterns .- -v .v - : - " ' ; EXTREME . v military " :- : 7 ;;:;:;;7 : -CONSER V:MI VE ' Better cdme in one day this week and...

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