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

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN MAY 16 1918. 3 ' WANTED t WANTED Soiji one to do house- work on farm in the country. Mrs. SimWhitted . iS3c WANTED Position as stenographer. References furnished. Recent grad- uate of Howard Payne Commercial 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 Any kind of welding; sat- isfaction guaranteed. Phone 113. liltfc "WANTED By May 20 furnished house four or five Tooins. Phone 340. It. C. Steel. ITltfc WANTED To buy second hand furni- ture. New Second Hand Store 110 E. Broadway Phone 975. lofltfc WANTED Furniture and household- goods. Highest prices paid in cash. j FOR SALE Abotitf 13.(MJ fect-3 pound Bailey Furniture Store. Phono J-312JS thread new line brine. - R o- b: cars dl31tfc Imk&TRR. Add rep George. Williams. I Nocona Tcjcas. f - J -. -r-19up FOR SALE DRILLING: LINE FOR SALE flo feet drill line for sale. Practically new See .Mr. Haynes Graham hotel. I...

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

r4 BROWN WOOD BULLETIN MAY 16 1918; We Can Supply Your Footwear Wants "White. Buck Oxford wing tjp -welt sole low liecl a smart Misses' style . . i . . .$5.00 White Calf Billiken Oxford with Neolin sole and low rub- ber keel only . . . ; ... .$5.00 "White Luick Baby Doll Slipper vitlli medium high heel pear ornament at vamp $3.00 "White Duck Oxford with low heel for walking or out- door athletics for $3.00 .White Buck Pump with covered heel and turn sole for dressy w;ar for $3.75. "Wichert White Vamp and Black Kid Quarter Pump Louis heel G.uO value at .1 $3.98 WOMEN'S BILLIKEN FOOTWEAR Soft hlack kid Billiken Oxford with medium high heel fine for -walking or for business women avIio value com- fort ; price $5.00 Billiken .Soft Black Kid Strap Pump .$4.75 VERY DRESSY SUMMER FOOTWEAR All grev kid Oxfords for oulv ; $7.00 White Kid Pump. .. .$7.00 Black Kid Oxford. .$0.00 fpPHILLfAIN TO. Successors to Sam Brin Of Interest to Women TOJIOKKOWS JJXTBKTAIXaiEXTS. The Red Cross headquarters...

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

1 BROWNWOOD BULLETIN OIL FIELD NEWS AND GOSSIP ON PAGE 2 K i PRICE FIVE CENTS BROWNWOOD TEXAS FRIDAY MAY 17 1918. VOL. XVII. NO. 183 OF OFFENSIVE 6 PAGES TODAY .4. AMERICANS TRAINING WITH TAKE PERSHING'S WORD FOR IT. BRITISH TROOPS III FRANC Do Not Constitute Detached Forces from Pershing's Com mand But Are a Part of New American Army Sent To Flanders Front for Special Training. . (Bv Associated' I'rfesJ WITH THE AMfcJIifCAX AMIY jfcj FITaXCK May 17j- Troans of the new .American army have fimved within the zonem the British forces in northern France nfltcl are now eompleJih their training in the areas nccn France nfltd are nw eompkiipK 'iipied by mu Ilritlsir troops. Tliejr amied Anieiacaii f.iives ui.tiie irenciies commander ahvadv has comin on. the French front. The 'British officers and men lrJtiuine 1 new force sav these Amcri-ans are. of tlrfc finest material iuui jib certiiin to give a most excellent account' iff theiitsetvcts . when Ui meet tlie Germans. I pon their arrival i...

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

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN MAY 7; 1918. ; OIL FIELD NEWS AND GOSSIP limy OXK PHODlTEIt WOULD START iS THE OIL Bl'SlXESS Dallas News: Here is a plan for getting into the oil business. It is from an oil man -who says he has often been asked by persons who ar& inter- ested and who want to start right. Among these are the wives of men in the oil fields who are not producers but rather drillers and workmen about the wells. He says: "Look for some one who has a lease close in and in line with the trend in any proven field. It need not be a large lease. In the fields that have gotten over their first fever of excite- ment such a lease is not generally out! Cooper well No. 1 34.70 feet making 100 barrels; in McCleskey sands. .Myers well No. 1. 3210 feet flowin in leads making about 200 barrels. Pratt well Xo. 1 3300 feet good showing of oil and gas. - Rust well No. 1 3225 feet on top of big lime. Stewart well No. 1 3200 feet. spraying about 30 barrels and getting stronger. Hagaman well No. 1 24...

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

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN MAY 17 1918. f ? - Publicity Department Price Interpreting Committee for Brown wood Federal Food Administration for Texas i i i ; C. 0. SAVAGE Ckairsai Personnel of Comaittee Harry Kmx . M. WWey J. R. Loeaey Mrs. H. H. Negus Mrs. . J. Miller i Brownwood Texas May 10 1918. Wholesale Price to-Retailer Commodity ?8.20 to S.40 cwt Sugar bulk per. Jb. $ 900 to 9.(70 Cwt ...Rice Head bulk per lb......'. 3.50 to 4.25 cwt ..... Onions per lb...... . 2.00 to 2.10 cwt Potatoes per lb Potatoes sack lots Cwt 1.70 to 1.75 sack ....Corn Meal per lb 6.75 to 7.00 cwt Corn flour per lb ... . 10 00 to 10.25 Rice Flour per lb .241-4 to .241-2 lb.. Lard Substitute per lb.. 1.771-4 gal Peanut Oil per gal..... ; ..32 1-2 to .33 lb ....Hams Fey. whole lb.... .4S i-2 to .49 lb Bacon F. Breakfast lb.. .40 to .42 lb Bacon Std. Breakfast lb. 27 3-S to .29 lb .....Bacon Dry Salt lb j. 1.85 to 2.00 doz. Salmon 1 lb. Chum can 1.95 to 2.05 doz ..... Salmon 1 lb. Pink can ..... 2.85 to 2.95 doz ...

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

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN MAY 17 1918. IROWNWOOD BULLETIN LYES 1?EINTJNG JO.-' ERQPS.. .Member Associated Press ubllshed every afternoon except . .Sunday Office of Publication. Bulletin Build- In? corner Brown and Lee Streets Entered at the Postoffice at Brown- wooil Texas as Becond class matter TELEPHONES Editorial Office No. 22 Business Office o- 6 Any erroneous reflection upon the character standing or reputation of any person firm or corporation which may appear in the columns of The Dally Bulletin will be gladly corrected upon Its being brought to the attention of the publishers. The Associated Prsss 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. THE CITY'S OPPORTUNITY. Ponder this paragraph which was used to begin an extensive oil story In the Dallas News of Thursday: Mineral Wells Texas May In This city is a considerable head- quarters for oil men. This is p...

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

ROWNWOOD BULLETIN MAY 17 1918. i I' WANTED WANTED Sonic ope to do house- work on farm In the country. Mrs. Sim Whittcd. lS3c WANTED Maid for house work. Sal- ary room and board to competent par- ts. Apply Harvey -House. lSoc WANTED Position as stenographer. References furnished. Recent grad- uate of Howard Payne Commercial College. Phone J-323. 179tf2 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 Any kind of welding; sat- isfaction guaranteed. Phone 113. ltltfc WANTED By May 20 furnished house four or five rooms. Phone 9-10. R. C. Steel. lTltfc WANTED To ouy second hand furni- ture. New. Second Hand Store. 110 E. Broadway Phone 575. 15!)tfc WANTED Furniture and household goods. Highest prices paid in cash. Bailey Furniture Store. Phono .KU2. f .-i ' dlGltfc WANTED All kinds of second hand household goods. Will pay highest cash price. W. C. Bouden Furniture Co. Phone J-937. FOR SALE ...

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

BROTOWOOD BULLETIN OIL FIELD NEWS AND GOSSIP ON PAGE PRICE FIVE GENTS BROWNWOOD TEXAS. SATURDAY MAY 18 1918. VOL. XVII. NO. 184 OFFENSIVE Great Patriotic Mass Meeting Sunday Queen of Holland. Aerial and Artillery Activity is Such as Usually Precedes Attack; Allied Gunners Hinder Operations Evening at the Christian Tabernacle 1 GERMANS 1I1E program Invocation Rev. C. K. Moore Music by .Choir Direction David J. Unruli. Scripture Ilcauinu Rev. Ge0W Fendeif pastor Austin .Avenue Presbyterian church." if ' - .. " - .- Address 'Red Cross ;ind Christianity." by Rev. John Power rec- tor St. John's Episcopal church. . . J Music selected Choir. ' 1&:'41.. ..!U . . . Address Hon. C. L. McCartney. . (; ' : anisic selected. Choir. C . Address Hon. Elmer Scott of DalJiis f Concluding music "America" 'Choir 'arid hudfenco. Benediction Rev Walter Sikes pastor Cmrrch of; Christ A patriotic mass meeting in which all the churches and all the people f Rrowmvood will join will be held at S:30 o'cloc...

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

2 BROWNWOOD BULLETIN MAY 18 1918. wit Better Come in This Evening and get those Shoes while the sale is on. We are selling them fast. Some are buying as many as four pairs. We will wait for you this evening. LOONEY & ROBERTSON Where Most Men Trade BAYOU RFLOWING AS RESULT OF HEAVY RAINS WATERSHED JtAI.S .01tTII OF rOLK.ir.lN CAL'SU TtVENTV-yiVE FOOT HISE IX STJIK.Ul J1EKK. OIL FIELD NEWS AND GOSSIP McCulloch County Xotes. Brady Standard: The IJowcn well Heavy rains on the watershed north of Brownwood yesterday caus- ed a rise of twenty or twenty-five feet in l'ccau Bayou early today and the. first overflow experienced hero In three or four years was attracting the attention of the people during the morning hours. The crest or the flood apparently reached here at. about noon. The rains which caused the overflow here fell yesterday in the territory north of Coleman and ' between that place and the range of mountains in tho Buffalo Gap section. These rains caused a big rise in Jim ...

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

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN . MAY 18 1918. t:IIIIIIIIIIIIII!lll!lllllIIIIIIll!IIIIIIIilllllII!llllllllllII!ll!IIIIIII!IIIIIIlIII!iMIIIIIIlllllllllll mm SOCIETY Edited by 3frs. Jns. C. lVhlte - - Thoiie 23 1111111 1 mi i iiTiiu mi ii 1 1 iii 1 1 1 ii 1 1 1 1 1 1 ii 1 1 1 ii i u 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 in i ii 1 1 1 ii iii iiii iiim 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 uTT rno nirs MilTHEll OF 31 EX. (Alice Ward Ualley.) Mother of men. do not mourn Tlioy have said that your boys must fiO. And your empty arms And your soul's alarm Are now all -Quit life can show- But Ir.ok at the flag ko proudly borne! Mother of men do not mourn. Mother" of men do not mourn . They are taking your mirth and joy: But gladness comes "With the roll of the drums To the heart of each marching boy "While Right and ..Honor aloft are borne! Mother Of men do not mourn. rhoinnson was elected delegate anil ID. It. Blair alternate to the an i nual meeting which convenes in Wacd land Monokine Miss Afariut -J!fs's. hivsov'sUy. Mother t)f men...

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

r4 BROWNWOOD BULLETIN MAY 18 1918. THE BROWNWOOD BULLETIN MAYES PRINTING CO.. PROPS. Member Associated Press Published every 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 No. 22 Husiness Office No. t5 Any 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 corrected upon its being brought to tlie 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. If all the- people .obey President Wilson's 'proclamation designating May :50th as a day of prayer and fast- ing there wJU .bc the greatest prayer meeting in 'the history of the world. And if there is any power on e...

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

BROWNWOOD'BULLETIN MAY 18' ml&rv&m '" 1. i- - . Jiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiniiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiriitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii - r iiiiiiiimiiimiiiiiiiiiiii lllllilt Facts About The American Red Cross Did You Know That- It has established and is operating twenty dispensaries in the American Army Zone in France to care for the needy families there and to improve health conditions in that sec- tion ready for our troops? It is housing and feeding thousands of children in the; jwar zone to keep them away from the danger of gas and i shell fire? ' It has divided the entire war zone into six main districts with Red Cross workers at each point to distribute cooking (utensils agricultural implements beds bedding food and clothing? ; It provides builders and ready-to-put-up-buildings to house the homeless fin the devastated regions often before t...

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

BRGWNWOOD BULLETIN MAY 18 1918. American Youths Called Into Service On the Sea; Elaborate System Giving Best of Training Has Been Perfected MEN GASSED WHILE IN BELGIAN TRENCHES (Hy Associated Pross.) AVASI1 l.VaTON" May is The sea is calling again to the American youth! As the new ships of the merchant marine glide down the ways the need for men grows more pressing. A?inn dant opportunity to aid in winning the war is offered the crews of the now vers' is. with the certainty that when pa e conies there will he fur i jTiumher tHroiigh. each month have a recuiving ship now in New York harbor the Dorothy liradford to' keen. :i reserve jiunihrr of men there all tiie time to mdM any emergency. Wc also- rSerciaes and .Miss Mairi Chisiiolm liope- to hitve a similar snip at New- port New a similar receiving sta tion snip a nan jrancisco ana a smj (MS SIIEU. VllOM UlMHE f.TX JiXDS Til El It WOKk AKTI-K . iioiti: Tii v. u ye a its. LONDON May IS. The Baroness. two ICngHsh women who-have .li ve...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 18 May 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN MAY 18 1918. - -- SUCCESSFUL SALE our NORWOODS jl 1 I fogg The v 1 : National Bank J?."!-. Capital $100000.00 -' DIRECTORS C..L. McCartney Ben F. Stone Wm. Poindexter E. B. Gilliam J. W. Gilliam J. S. Coggin Geo. Kidd. Your Business Appreciated I nUunniifcucuTc l! miiiuuiiULiiii.li lu l FOR RENT FUK RliM Three rooms ! hpnsekeepins: "Phone 193 The Dailv Bulletin is nuthnrteefl to m?ilvO the folIovtni? nnnnunromnnta- -i IM'.XT 3ecpiil FORALE FQR SALISn'ousvliolfl- furniture nl VMl Avetme ('. Phpnef.GO -HlsCk- " Hurt Norwood was all smiles Mi5.- .morning when tho Jhilletin man e;ill- ctl and. thy reason for the smiles wu- not difficult to see since tne store wasjfi crowded to overflowing with eager buyers drawn to liis place oi business by the attractive offerings nude in the announcement yesterday that hrf would shut-a big' reduction sale Hit niorninir. At tho obcning hour tin crowd was 4 he re and .evidently if j? found what it 'wanted af a price it wanted to pay. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 18 May 1918

8 BROWN WOOD BULLETIN MAY 17 1918. T7 Monday Specials AS USUAL for Monday wc offer extra values to make a busy day and we have selected items that are seasonable . at this time and have made the price very attractive. A BARGAIN IN LACE EDGES AND BANDS One-half to 4 inch" widths iu real linen edges mid hands Irish Crochet. Filet Oriental that are worth today more than double in. some instances than when bought and at Brings former prices of 20e to $2.50 yard some are real treas- ures as these laces cannot be bought today in the. wholesale : market at all. ; Monday Half Price. LOT OF iTNE ALL OVERS HALF PRICE. Fine colored lace and embroidered All Overs imported qualities that arc very desirable; also Oriental ami lace All Overs in white or cream. Values ."()? t &1.0Q regular. One-Half Price Monday. ! EMBROIDERIES AT HALF PRICE. Lot of fine Nainsook and Sheer Embroidery Edges and j: Bandings also fine Embroidered Voile Bandings values 20e ' to 50c yard. . Choice Monday for Half Pr...

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

tim BROWNWOOD BULLETIN OIL FIELD NEWS AND GOSSIP ON PAGE PRICE FIVE CENTS BROWNWOOD TEXAS MONDAY MAY 20 1918. VOL. XVII. NO. 185 GERMAN DIVISION THEIR OFFENSIVE EFFORT :x4 - ALLIES CONFIDENTLY WAITING FOR ANOTHER CHANCE AT HUNS ROUSING START III WAR FUND CAMPAIGN IN COUNTY Two Communities Reported "Over the Top" Early To day; Campaigners in BroWnwood Meeting Great Encouragement; Expect Over-subscription. GERMAN PLANES RAID ; Kill 37 55 ANZACS STIR NEW. YORK LONDON INJURE PERSONS NIGHT WAS m:.K AND bright -AMI MM. u It.UIM-.K ur-iiiv HHOrOHT TO EARTH. r- A veritable -stream of dollars was s pouring into campaign headquarters today for. the second .Rod Cross War j Fund following the preliminary work j by the city and county organization. ( The enthusiasm disployed by the workers was such that there waS 1c- i lieved to be- the basis 'for a hope that the city and county would go "over the top" with an oversubscription ly tomorrow night. Two committees j tomorrow nighL Two communities ha...

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

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN MAY 20 1918. r. . t in 1 -fi 5 4. nimiiiiiiiiiimiimimii 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 it 1 1 1 1 1 1 in 1 1 1 ii 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 j 1 1 1 j 1 1 1 1 1 1 ii 1 1 1 mi i r 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ii 1 1 1 if mi ii in if ici if n m t it ii t f mi f ii j :i l f ci if 1 1 1 1 f 1 1 ii ti iii f iii 1 1 1 1 Mil ii 1 1 ii ill ii i ii ii ii 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 fi 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ii l m iiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiimmin J. t! What Has Your Red Cross Honey Done ? IN the first place it has enabled the American people through the Red Cross to help care for its army and navy. Secondly it hasenabled America to hearten her allies' figh ing forces and to keep up among the civilian population the spirit to win the war. That alone has made the Amer- - " ' . . - r ican Red Cross one of the largest factors since our entry in to the war. : -'. Canteens which provided food and hot drinks more than a million meals to soldiers in December; -warehouses crammed with materials...

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

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN MAY 20 1918. OIL FIELD NEWS AND GOSSIP ! i General Review of Brownwood Field Shows Many Splendid Producers in Shallow Sand and Several Deep Tests Editor's Note The following ex- tended description of the lirovvmvood IIi-lil was written by It. Ii. Whitney ami published in the current number of the Oil ami (!as Journal of Tulsa. The infonnatlbn given it is note! is as or May 11 tit one week ago and then- iiave been a number of changes during that time. Hrownwood. Tex. May II. After a careful survey of the prospects- of Ilnnvn fount . one will soon conclude that if anythini: si eat is epcctc.l from this district it will hac to eome Ironi the deeu sand. A diiJlins cam- paign that promise to cover the en- tire county is underway ettin:: its. Impetus from the i!ee s.m J devcfup- iu lit at Hanger. alUioi:-:h west of Hiownwond there has been cxlviisne v.cTl; n for aliuoi a ear in the shallow sand area. holes no easing is used and in some instances galvanized mho is insert...

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

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN MAY 20 1918. 4 m - 4 - 1 TUP PB AXIlf US AH ft MIIllMlIlundrc"s antl in thousands to go back IflLDnUlfnillAll DULLLllll iome to take care of- their women MAYES PRINTING CO PROPS. Member Associated Press Published every afternoon except Sunday Office of Publication Bulletin Build- ing corner Brown and Leo Streets Entered at the Postofficc at Rrown- wood. Texas as second class" matter TELEPHONES - Editorial Orfice No. 22 Business Office '- c Anv orroneous reflection upon the character standing or reputation of character standing or reputation oijTn Red Cr0SR wilL in thc jon run. any person fir m or corporation winch ; tho wlnAlnRf may appear in the columns of The .mrt.n n.iflv Bulletin will be cladly 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 not otherwise credited in this paper and nlso the local news published herein. WHY Y...

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

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN MAY 20. 1918. f I A SWIFT) ADVFRTISFfl!FIIT WANTED FOR SALE FOR SPIIFIXA Corset?; phone R-lFt::. self? ! "WILL the party that borrowed our plans please return them. RotJ. .!' 14iH H'arrcli Ave HriKi. laimbfrr Co ' v . FOR : AMJyf-: HoHSfcbidd . tui nit. iff al U ANTED A second hand wind nt;U M UAvyjuu 11two ..W. l; Must 1)0 in good condition Phon- ' "" t. . . " ;" ' j.y27 lMtt- OR Ui:X"fl-Thee 4i:rnhd.ed Iihi .. ' lKiiwkt't.dnii "10019$: ;. and vlevan? ; WA.NTFU-Matd for tooase work. Sal- P"". . Ui -am!' TVjittr :ftn-n!i. l 0 tv. A;;i!y Haivey I?. ..-o. -IS't flNMnilKRFMFIIIB ii I IlltlOUUIJUI-'f'' .1.1 : ---. I. . -.j CLFAN raza wanu-l at Billetm of- 7 h'ttWY- Jirsf-trla jiitfttift ; lysine fir Turn ronte H..r nmi?nl csi.h. ! WW Wjl'at ry. fc?a l-jM-r nnt. V A NT FI CI pa n rars at IMltefla f- voWilrfJWoCT-S .smico fnMj It II l I tm ' The 1 .lily Balhjttn is amhortwl tr" tnakc to foiT-jwing aouo incerjer.ts: Publicity Department price Interpreting Committee "'for...

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