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

6 BROWNWOOD BULLETIN MAY 20 191 8. 5? .IjT !SF'T Special Purchase Women's Fine Pumps! "We were fortunate in obtaining at a decided discount three styles of AVomen's Summer I'umps that were inan- ii fact u red to sell for $700 pairthat we place on sale as follows: Choice $5.00 Pair Fine White Kid Pump fancy ornanieht covered Louis heel turn sole; $7 value for. .f ;....:$5.00 Fine Field-Mouse Kid Primp fancy ornament covered Louis heel turn sole; 7 value" fnr $5.00 rine Grey Kid Pump fam-y ornament turn sole -covered" Louis hecl$ 7.00 value for Come and see what a fine Shoe) Value in Colored Kids that aref very popular that we. can sell you for .$5.00 1 piPHILLfAIN TO. Successors to Sam Brin LITTLE ITEMS OF LOCAL INTEREST Mr. and Mrs. Dan-ell Porter are tlio proud parents of a fine daughter born last week. O. M. AHnian lias resigned his po- sitiqn with the Frazer-Morris Furni- ture Company and accepted the man- agement of the new Homo Furniture Company which is located on Fisk avenue....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 21 May 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN 6 PAGES TODAY OIL FIELD NEWS AND GOSSIP ON PAGE PRICE FIVE CENTS BROWNWOOD TEXAS TUESDAY MAY 21 1918. VOL. XVII. NO. 186 Splendid Results Attained in Campaign For Red BROWN GOONII HAS SUBSCRIBED ABOUT 80 PER CENI QIM.i LOCAL OIL 3TAX PKOl'OSES TO (JIVE TEX PER CENT 'OK TOTAL AMOOT IX COCXTY. There was reason to "believe atrpiobn today that Brown county will complete its. quota of the Red Cross war fund by toniglft eighty per cent of the quota having been reported subscribed dur- ing the first day's drive. County Chair- . man J. A. Austin and his helpers were greatly enthused by the splendid re- ports of the first day's work as made by the team captains last night and now believe that during the week the county will secure about. ?2OQ00 in- stead of its maximum quota of $12- 950. - Here Is something for the work- ers to remember when they are soliciting to the war fund: A Brownwood oil man has promised that on next Saturday nleht after the campaign has end- ed he w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 21 May 1918

1 . 1L t Li E X X i S -r s X 5 5 3 S 2 4 ! ac ' 5 '3 3 X s -4" 3 I J x -as X 5 :-x" :3 z. '5 x-. I !: 1" BROWNWOOD BULLETIN MAY 21 191 8. A 1 'wimmmiiiiiiiiiimiiiimmiiimiiimim 1:1 4 t"- ' - ' J ": -J. :i .-!--. --- -4 r. -- - N ''- . :.v'. . X- 4- 4 'j.'.:;-':-- .t .r- ' ' ' i' -Have you ever lain in No Man's Land with a shattered. thigh and a throat that burned with thirst? ? ; ; Has your wife ever begged food for her children and herself at the mess-kitchen of a soldier's camp? . f ' ; : ; Has your little son ever torn his mother s.heart with a plaintive cry day after day for food she couldn't give! him?1 J --': Has your little daughter clad in ragged dress her only dress ever shivered night after night in the ruined cellar of what" was once her home? . Has your city ever been destroyed nay povdercdvbrieks stone timbers and all so ground into dust that one scarce knew where street ended and building began? . i It is exactly such suffering that the Red Cross is organized here and i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 21 May 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN MAY 21 1918. TVOr TOO LATE To take advantage of our SHOE SALE The prices we are making on these high grade shoes should have your utmost consideration- All $8.50 Shoes either high or low $5.95 All $8.00 Shoes either high or low .65 All $7.50 Shoes either high or low $5.35 All $7.00 Shoes either high or low $4.95 All $6.50 Shoes either high or low $4.50 All $6.00 Shoes either high or low $4.25 You had better take advantage of this opportunity Looney & Robertson "WHERE MOST MEN TRADE" OIL FIELD NEWS AND GOSSIP NEW IEXAS FIELDS OP BIG IMPORTANCE OFFEU EXTKAOKDIXAKT INDITE- 31 E NTS TO OPKKATOHS TfH PLENTY OF CAPITAL. Editor's Xote: The following article is taken from the Manufacturers Rec- ord. It was written by II. S. HeaVis editor of the Oil Trade Journal who is well informed as to the oil re- sources and development work in the West and North Texas fields. " That Texas is on the eve of a tre- mendous new oil development is the 'opinion of old oil men who have....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 21 May 1918

I BROWNWOOD BULLETIN MAY 21 1918. THE BROWNWOOD BULLETIN HAYES PRINTING CO. PROPS Member Associated Press A CITY IS THE JOlttXG. Published every It mav .fce thut the Ualicim is 'dreaming- it may. he that some day afternoon except " wilr wak ' aml find itscIt .in. Sunday Offirc of Publication. Pulletin Build ins corner llrown and Lee Streets Entered at the Postofficc at JJrown- ivood Texas as second class matter TELEPHONES Editorial Office Husiness Office No. 22 No. (! mime little Uotvn in which it his struggled ir the past soveufeen.yoars But the Bulletin .doasn'i .helic.vo it. The Bunqtin oeiiQY4s -.Chore is goinc to ho. n gr&at cUylhere; and Uuir.it vv-ill -develoft within the .next year or two.. Until the .devdlonimmt of llui toil fie-hl befenn hero Intel in- thfe year . T - 4 1317. ih town lmd:licv.ar had a 'boom and" t6u HUflo. boom yhich cjime tlun Anv'.rnmms reflection unon thc.Hs iis.h grain of dtiSt "hi a great tor- character standing "r reputation orado .bompart?d : wi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 21 May 1918

BROWN WOOD BULLETIN; MAY 21 1918. CLASSIFIED ADVERTI! WANTED j CLEAN' rags wanted at Bulletin of-: FOR fice. Two cents per pound cash. FOR SALE IIENT---Thrpe furnished light j housekeeping rooms and slecpins porch. Lihtfe and water furnished. WANTED Clean rags at UuUctin of-jl'lWie J-37S. dJs.K- ficc. Will pay 2 cents pouud delivered J i l'-QK isALK-pjTwo late model Huieks land one 1!M7 Ford touring cr. Phoue Tunnaii at Iiettt-r istft 1U l-VTl'll A .... Mn J rr -.11 on Jill IWUM ui luiii nu 1-ti r- isfaction guaranteed. Phone 112. jamr iriff. Service Garage WAXTEn-A second hand tad mill.! SAUS-ew Victor safe IBxlilxl? Must be in good condition. Phone inches fcisMei -Coins to ifew quartos 9- Tsftfr"s:id 1K) flr'-e for space. Urwn ANNOUNCEMENTS The Daily Bulletin is authorized tt make the following announcements: Vor District Cleric: . CI1AS. BY.XUiU WANTED To. miy second hand furni- ture. New Second Jland Stare. 110 E. Broadway Phono 975. loiufc wood Optical Co. -irr.tf- For Cosmly A...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 21 May 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN MAY 21 1918. Trunks and Suit Cases "When yon travel von an judged largely by the lug- Kagcvou carry. We sell XEVEKBKAK TRUNKS that 'are .sightly and substantial. Prices to fit all pocket books. SUIT CASKS and HAND BAGS priced $7 to $20 with the right trimmings to give wear and appearance. See our line. . Mens Fancy Caps 1 Large plaids for men with the liking for the unusual miiu-ner-.weights $1.00 and $1.25 up. J JOYS' CAPS light or dark colors in the latest models 50c 65c 75c and $1.00. r. Mens Summer Unions Buy a full cut garment for comfort and eeononiy as ilie too heap kind seldom fit and many tinics do not wear. 1.00 value checked Nainsook for i ... . 75c Cooper's cheeked Nainsook $1.00 and ........... .$1.25 Iajisco Athletic Styles for only . ..$1.Q0 SPECIAL Cheek Nainsook elastic crotch Union Suits in all sizes for onlv 69c HEMPHILLfAIN fO. Successors to Sam Brin Miss Cora Posey left last night for Waco. Ben Fain is visiting his parents in Glen Rose.. Pat R...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 22 May 1918

fififiSrl BROWN WOOD BULLETIN OIL FIELD NEWS AND GOS"SIP ON PAGE PRICE FIVE CENTS BROWNWOOD TEXAS VEDNESDAY MAY 22 1918. VOL. XVII. NO. 187 EVERY jlNI IN THIS DISTRICT SUPER-U BOAT HOLDING UP SPANISH LINER. OFFENSIVF ENTERS THIRD HAS SUBSCRIBED RED CROS! TR WiTH ALLIES CONFIDENT Brown County Went "Over the Top'' in Splendid jSryt Last Night With Oversubscription of $1500: Be- lieve Final County Total Will Be $20000. : : Germans So Crippled by Reverses at Kemmcl Hill That j They Have Been Unable to Resume Heavy Fight- ing; A Hied A rmies Remain Intact and Ready. SPRING QUOTA IN 4 I On the second day of the campaign the Rod Cross War Fund was over- subscribed in each of the seven comi- ties in this district according to rc- liorts compiled today. Brown. Cole- man Comanche Mills San Saba. Mc- Cnlloch and Lampasas counties have all subscribed more than their mini- mum quotas and the work is being continued in each county. In Brown couniy the indications are that the total subscriptions ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 22 May 1918

i i f.. .f BROWNWOOD BULLETIN MAY 22 1918. j .. l-A-vA i J 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i j 1 1 1 1 1 j 1 1 ri 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 M 1 1 f 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 f 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 J i m x i m .4 A -1 I . J.' . r- -Y- A . ..; :: "1 A ::AAAA:-A' 1 A- AAk 1 .r. ' " - A'-:: I-!.-. tjA ; A s. m-a : . . sCr - p in via m n l he ureatest Motliei V5 Sii etching forth lier. lictn'ds'Tp alt ;iiiisedv lo jvw riv. ;J.:k nj vFiiffi'Wiu tin favor rle. j .-I .. - Seeing all things wilh -a - "trtpf Hf$" ; &lfi " ensf ih.j'- :J'nn la Ni!6ticy lifjayirteiimssr as nhughly -children shatcliiii g ' bil iu gziiSitfo iih' a !iidd . l ih.if qutc:kiqtc(irfl-f i ' " j 't favrin .i alii World Rtady and eager to comfor! aftw'Jnt'icomlnii-i- ir.no i.-..(fi. (Mfjifetfe lufjc Hoiitc iial's cfusljcy honeath an i vm hniKkhy showing mercy in A .hcaifli: Way iv-UJ ii. i; fai-4.. m.JiCik'-Umo.i- rcpltnidnh-fe VernLy bins and w :-:ri- . R&phin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 22 May 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN MAY 22 1918. 'i OIL FIELD KEWS AKD GOSSIP . . fc Camp tract to the Mitcham fl r w - 1 1 1 1 II 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 f 1 1 3 1 1 1 Z I ! 1 ! 1 1 1 1 1 1 ; I U 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 U 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 1 1 1 M 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 U 1 1 1 ; in& well on the 1'. Byrd tract was jiiiiot last i:it;ht: It promises to Tie a spienufu pro-iuecr. '. i Stlhrs No. 2 West'-ott lias Ihhml -"Sural n -Karnes toniplettd and shot. & Martin comMoted TJlc' Qn'anali O-'i Caniyany lias eom- Xo. 12 West- ott yesterday aiid. will IdetcJ its i.-tret No. 3 Coyle. oji the Jii.ii!? in X. n on the same trdct to-1ri!n!i) am' his been shot pr.e- Kv Uanlsoii.Oii ('onijtany is ")infjlet- iiay. ! " . ;.r.i:i!ory tr J .nini; and jiuinphis. ..-?. -2 aurf llall While I': i ! uort aji oi4y ho estl- i. . Xo.;2'-nf tho Anna-Zip Oil Company ma'ed ar t!r- tiu the v.-ell laqks -i'ijfe Mithm. ' fvf P;nis lnc la. I (n tilt Hall Uaet: in in asnd w fdiot t is i....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 22 May 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN MAY 22 1918. THE BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JiAYKS IMUXTIX'J CO. PKOPS. Member Associated Press Published every afternoon except Sunday Office of Publication P.ulletin Build- in; coiner I5rown and Lue 5tr.eeij Kntcre.1 at the l'ostoffice at llrown- wood. Texa. as second viass mn'fiter TKL15PHONI2S Kditorial Office "IJKsiness Office- . .Nof 32 I details which are so nteessary lo the. success cit the projeetj and- preparing information cfivdrinjr cery frati-re of the proposition so that it may bo made-' clear to every citizen Soon the op- portoiiity will He offered lo the sen- em! eitlzunphhi to help imt ti c move ment over the to... and uhen that oh- P'H'n and the duty lo elerc n Oov- Women the Eyes of Texas are Upon You - (By Monetise Ward V The eyes of Texas are upon the women of the siale. TfceJrs is- the Ike M'caL; ve set for. the oaths of this eon nt vy and Mtt women of Tca.- fcill nrt vfi ? 'i i 'r mi who ad: ;i it a. .hi; ;! an.i i : "I. lack ol authority pcrlitnity...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 22 May 1918

BRQWN WOOD RULLETIF. WY 'j 198. CLASS! :- - . .. ! WANTED FOE SALE IMEENIS- . . 4 CIF.AX rags fwamVd a Unlit"! in of- Phil SFItFILA Corst-ts i&W IM 1"-.. fice. Two cf-nts per round oslt 14 liar rail Ave ' s'.'" ; Tbo Liiiy BuUta is Rutborizod i iinike thy folljivin. noijo;inC9inefcS: W'WTfCn C lan at FFnin. (:- f'F S V'vtvi ! !ti-r. Wj ! ; r.v 2 ont.H p-.anl dHivr.i. -: . t'i-im:- M-iU?. -ii - '. ' -' VY t -J"- i-) :t t Fr Distrift r ierk: ('DAS. IJYM'M. V.VNTi:i Am- kind of w-lH.j; at-. thread wi w lint; iin y (V. b. t f.-.'i ' 'iHiani- i.sf.ict' !i i :;;! r.ikid. t't'onc IVi. IKArTRit; Alfirt!Ss.lrOorK ttltff For Co'i'My Aunriuy: A. i: . !i.f;.- ; For Jie-clOclfbn) U A.Vli lt A .ill ' !. in.l uin! mlM --'f-?'f - v .Mo-i. in i;uo.: . oi!i'iori tline;fR :r m I till 1 Kuka kkiii I O WW Wti;i T- t.ity . ot;! lttnf fafr'ii- !. . ' t ire. N.'A- Si-n-u I F-.nd Store.' TFo'-;- ' . -r .- ...rj.- .-j- F- - -- ''"!. : !Vi( WAXTFF F irni't.::- rind JiHM;o! ; . FrV.fe'.-i Fn t v itm. l.' H...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 22 May 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN MAY 22 1918. HOTEL CAMPAIGN 10 SOCIETY New Shoe Arrivals FOR MEN Plump stock Tan Calf in dark shade Eng- lish shape a value at $5.45 BE (Continued from Page ?) BEGUN TOMORROW FOR WOMEN Smooth firm Viei Kid Pump with leather Mollis Heel plain-toe lor . . . r$o;to FOR MISSES Evorv darv plav Pulton Shoe in foot-forui shape 12 to 2. Tor ....... -$2.75 FOR OI1ILDREX Same-stvle Tan KuiUm Shoe in - s'wjs 1 0 to 1 1 1 -2 priced at . i .- V ...... ; $2.50 FOR P.OYS Oiui meial f-alf Pill on KiTjrlish last .selecl.jd leather soles. for : $375 White Graduation Dresses- You en 11 huv one from our stock ready made perhaps at lower price (han you huy.the materials and make it arid the .selection to nick from includes the verv best stylos. and materials Jo he had for thejpriees: $8.75 $10 $12.50 $15 $19.85 to $29.S5 REDUCED PRICES ON WOMEN'S SUITS HEMPHILLfAIN TO. Successors to Sam Brin president Miss Teddye Bell; secre- tary Miss Marjoric Prentice; treasur- er Miss Irene Plilcr;...

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

-. 1- fisnsri BROWNWOOD BULLETIN OIL FIELD NEWS AND GOSSIP ON PAGE PRIGS FIVE CENTS BROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY MAY 23 1918. VOL XVII. NO. 188 "WORK OR FIGOf IS N F DRAFT AGE IN U. S. IN OVER $16000 SUBSCRIBED TO SECOND RED CROSS FUND HERE Workers Hustling Today in Interesting Contest for Leader- ship Among Local Workers; Official Reports from Rural Communities Are Delayed. The tolal subscriptions to the second Red Cross war ftunl in this rounty to- day stand at approximately. $16000. this figure being estimated from.iinof- ficial reports and from official re ports made by the captains of the va- rious teams in the city juid. county. Brownwood's contributions up to last night as tabulated at the head- quarters of the campaign were $LV J.'s-lC a toial of $1 1-1.0.1 having been secured by the workers yesterday. The team reports for thp three days end- ing last night wre as follows; Xo. 1 W. D. Armstrong captain. No. 2. J. Blackwell captain 1.2.11:50. No. a. C. Y. Early captain. $12142.'....

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

1 2fv -1 ;i - ; BROWNWOOD BULLETIN MAY 23 19)8. . 4 : '." ' " j-.- :s'i w-v 'J1'- : . . i. . r i -; 4 'T?: J: - ! Ou : of the bleeding heart of Europe there comes a cry . heard above the moan pf the broken bodyj f : t - racked with pain.: -fTHe Soul of Freedom at bay with Death cries out to save Liberty for the race of men. : ; : It-is your Liberty your nation's freedom your children's birthright that is fighting for its life. All that life holds for you as ah American is at stake in'this war and you muHl fight for it to the utmost limits :V We cannot all be in ihk -trenches - bu.t;;eyery .one of ;-us -can-and must sustainh;be who are. : ; : - t -. - ft . : Not as an act of mercy but as an ac I of war-ras a Soldier pf the Nation kelp the; Red Gross heal Support diers and Sailors of Liberty that they may fight the sooner the harder the longer in this Holy War or- - - ' - -"!' Give to the Red Gross every dollar- every cent that you possibly can give till your heart says stop. i (cheer...

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

BRbWN WOOD BULLETIN MAY 23 1918. mi cicin ycwc Ayn nnQQiD f SIXTEEN uil I lUhU nun u nnu uuvuii I 1 0 r HOYALTY SPIMTI.ATIDV ! the hill." Tlio well !iai no fias and JSECO.MKS ACTIVE: IUG the oil stands at the toi of the hole. Pit ICES UEINU (UVF.N which is Mo feet dceti. It hTexperted to produce sixty l)arrels. -The Plains Speculation in royalties in Urovvn J Company is drilling three other wells and surrounuing counties is beginning jn .the vicinity of . this offset in earnest now ami several thousand . . V acres a ro involved in deals which nave; The town State. Petroleum (pomnany. been consummated during the past few incfluding 1$. S. Calloway atid asso- days. The prices paid for "one-half ciajos of Kansas City havfc. bought the royalties under leases in this au'lujo.OOO Avorth of acreage in this cdiin- nrrnimdimr nnunties ranges from $." i.tv i it. is rollablv stated today. This to $1. per aero while it is probable 'ticr'eage is pretty well blocked and if that much higher prices...

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

BROWN WOOD BULLETIN MAY 23 1918. THE BR0WNW00D BULLETIN MAYES PRINTING CO. PROPS. Member Associated Press Published every afternoon except Sunday Offico of Publication Bulletin Build Ing corner Brown and Lee Streets Entered at the Postofficc nt Brown wood Texas as second class matter TELEPHONES Editorial Office No 22 Business Office 'No 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 the attention of the publishers. The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for republication of ail news dispatches credited to it or not otherwise credited In this paper and also the local news published herein. lVHKKLLN WAS THE COXSI'IJIAOY"" will be spent "with- Brownwood busi- ness men. Let's get thcf;gas and get it quick. Evidently the German agents in New York have been furnishing money to the Sinii Fein leaders in Ireland. Ger ...

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

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN MAY 23 1918. 5 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS WANTED CLEAN rags wanted at Bulletin of- fice. Two cents per pound cash. WANTKD Man to work at dairy. D. II. Wood. Phone 4fl. isnc 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 A second hand wind mill. Must he In good condition. Phono J-927. !S4tfcJ WANTED Two or three unfurnished! rooms with Aleeping porch. "Must ho close In. 3S7ttcH WANTED Two or three unfurnished rooms with sleeping porch.. Must he close In. Phone J-S32. - WANTED To buy second hand furni- ture. New Second Hand Store. 110 E. Broadway Phone 975. lf9tf? WANTED Furniture ana household . gojods. Highest prices paid in cash. Bailey Furniture Store. Phono .T-312; dl31tfc WANTED To repair and clean your oil or gas stove. We guarantee our worK. juu is uroauwaj. nionu wAws-nwi.fftwiH .o ;t 4irt 1 rvw -.... p il.nn HhsitlA j-auy or cau at lya wesi wjianuiur...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 23 May 1918

6 BROWNWOOD BULLETIN MAY 23 1918. U J111V UUIgliailld 1 Silks in Gingham pnl ferns in Taffeta and "Wash &ilk foundations ami color effects that arc very charniing. Special for $1.69 yard. LACE BANDS AND EDGES FOR HALE PRICE Linen Torchon and fine Lace- Bands and Edges worth 20e to 7.1c yard for JTST HALF TRICE. ; NEW DRESDEN DRAPERIES FOR 25c Five new pieces of Soft Dresden Draperies ;f iiehes wide that are very pretty in pattern-and low in price at only 25c yard. i ' COTTON FOULARDS FOR $1.48 ' . HO inch Satin Finished Foulards for Dresses Kiinonas or Linings in tlusc combination of colors: Green on liavy. green on rose and gold on navy; priced at ifcl.4o yar(l WHITE SKIRTINGS 50c TO 75c Plain "White Fine Gabardines or Faucv Blocks and Checks :!(! to 4ft inch widths. LARGE PLAID GINGHAMS FOR 50c . . .' These combine nicely with solid color Voiles to be for sleeves to giw a summery patterns . im-h widths soft finished zephyrs. POPULAR PRICE CURTAIN MATERIALS Ecru colored Scrims ...

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

EsiiAYi RROWNWOOD BULLETIN OIL FIELD NEWS AND GOSSIP O N PAGE BROWN WOOPr TEXAS FRIDAY MAY 24 1918. VOL. Xyil. NO. 189 PRICE FIVE CENTS $18171.02 15 TOTAL SUBSCRIPT! INFANTRY STILL Prince Lichnowsky. RITISH PREMIER EXPRESSES TO SECOND WAR FUND III COUNTY MARKING TIME EVE OF ANOTHER GREAT GERMAN OFFENSIVE Workers Yesterday Brought in $1120 and a Number of V Rural Communities Made Unofficial Reports of rrogrcss; $20000 by Saturday Night. TodaVs total in the Rod Cross War Fund campaign in Brown county; in- cluding subscriptions winch have been officially reported and those which have "been unofficially .Hit au- thoritatively Teported. Jis 1.17lVa. Included in this total are the follow- ing figures: Brownw.ood'toffiCially re- ported and tabulated) $14sG0.42; RIcker $15.94; Chapel Hill ?IM.0; Winchell $27fl.4S; Wilkins $123.U0. Holder $1. 59.00. all officially report- ed; and the following- estimates and unoffiqial reports: Bangs S2000; rpj.:r dOi'l-.i. Vnl.vM- S-12TV re- -" ' "v"1"- . p...

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