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

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JUNE 4 1918 Begins Tomorrow HEMPHILLfAIN CO. Successors to Sam Brin Begins Tomorrow JUNE SALE READY-TO-WEAR Styles Second To None in the City-Wool Suits-Silk Jersey or Taffeta Suits- HANDSOME SILK DRESSES. Tomorrow we reduce further the suits in stock and include all the lighter weiolif ilL- snik-nf U rA inffoin nA nl. SO all silk dresses of all lanrls flip nnnorh mil r in criv mrfnou K'inK'lncc n " . wearing apparel.. feV ' WOOl. SUITS SILK SUITS ' $45 to $50 values . . . S34.85 $39.85 values for .... S3 2.45 $34.85 values for .... $29.85 $29.85 values for $22.45 $25.00. values for .... $19.50 $19.85 values for .... $17.45 $17.50 values for . . . $14.98 : JsPECIAL TAFFETA ' ' 1 SUITS For summer wear at only $ 1 4.98 All- These New Silk ! Dresses go at June Reductions S29.85 $24.85 SftBr $35 to $40 ' rrvrrv-fj. - J J s im.m Ann or 1 I .l- l' JJ .) $17:50 val ' Split ' are - er. M.r. Scott was an uncle of .Mrs. Jas. C. White and a close personat friend of V. W Poav...

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

mr BROWNWOOD BULLETIN OIL FIELD NEWS AND GOSSIP ON PAGE PRICE "FIVE CENTS BROWNWOOD TEXAS WEDNESDAY JUNE 5 1918 VOL XVII. NO. 199 AIDS ATTAIN S ATTACK AGAINST THE ENEMY o Constant Flow of Men and Munitions Not to Be Interrupted bp German Submarine Raids mi recruitim is GIVEN IMPETUS BY THE REGENT SUB CAMPAIGN - (By Associated Press.) WA.SIIJXGTOX June .Whatever the sulmiariiio neiii limy be now or hereafter th 're "will no ehee.lv in' the constant flow of men and 'munitions t Fra.n- . declared Secretary .Daniels of the Nuvy Department (oday. Officials of the Xavy D prrt lnent believe Hint many siibiaar jines may be expected but that the transports will not be stopped. Recruiting- Stimulated. (Bv-Associated Press) NEW YOIfhV.dune .". Sm. -the-' submarine raid aloni; liie At lantie- coast the navy recruitim: offices have been swamped. Three thusantl recruits applied. td r alone at the Central station here Survivors Landed. (Bv Associated . Press) NEW "yOKK. June 7. A seho.mer carrying...

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

BROWNWOOD TEXAS JUNE 5 1918 -I . - - . r OIL FIELD MEWS AHD GOSSIP NEW BUSINESS COLLEGE re mm HI HFRF A Modest Corner of Shallow Field That is Making BwiVnWOod FamOUSirnsri;rm: axd KQriwrKyr vim r - - v ? ' rn AM) IN TRANSIT Wesley A. Smith r.r hq-San' Aiiso- io Jtu.iiiiOKsi Cidle?re' lun eompleled arranueiiients for ouenin& a modern mid complete husiness .college ' in Urown wood aiid plans to ha ready for Uu-dre.-.s here jusl ns'soon as fn'rn.i taie .ind equipment ran he infjtalleJh. i This H)(ninn(nt lias lipen ordero-dand h in transit and materials mid sup- plies are hc'inn. assembled -jiy Mr. Smith for installation herg "as soon as pos-stMo. . . - . - So far no huildhu' -has -heen. seetirofl for ; new school. Two prospective halls a;e under conKidcrnJian how- .. rr. ?d it is helierbd that- l here will lie little diffieiilty.infixihi?:.tip .a- sll!t ;ld pkue uv the new onterprLsitn .Mr. Smith will he in lirownwqod within a few days to IoOK after lite dwaiN of his undertaking ...

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

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JUNE 5 1918 V v. inillI!ll!!IIIIIIIIIIilllllllI!!!!in!III!IIIIII!II!llllllIi:il!IIIIil!IIIII!III!illllllllllll SOCIETY L'dilf'd by 31 rs. Jus. C. While - - Hume 22 II!inilllll!llill!!!ll!l!!!!!ini!!n!III!I!III!IIIlI!!!l!Ilin;il!IIIIllIinillJlJIU;illl!llm ' THE .r.UIOlTLAI.'El) PfclMK. "nJ her nunila i mano recital Fridav'nfU Toir seem very innocent when trom ornoon at her lrtmie'on Hooker street yonr slmlf. Potted plants and cut flowers gra?e:l You f.'ll me 'tijj.timc to nnifc . Lthe aiutdc ?room on Uiis occasion' You're not. in the least ashamed of where Uie another of;tho pupils word yoursir. : 'Uie invited jfcroests.- The urogram was Though really you know yoa're a a rare treai iq thus attending. Faclj liar. j millibar .dfrfcilnvrtl careTnl and nfi j ficieut traihlrrg ami was well an it larks ity minutes ol all that you boaiUIftiny f reuderciL The -pupil jslrmvotl splendid progress an I lum with your fraudulent hands o'er died . tlroir Slumbers with . effective...

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

'4. BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JUNE 5 1918 THE BROWN WOOD BULLETIN MAYES PRINTING CO.. PROPS. Member Associated Press Published every afternoon except urnce of Publication Bulletin Build ing corner Brown and Lee Streets entered at the Postoffice at Brown woou lexas as second class matter TELEPHONES Editorial Office No. 22 Business Office. No.' Any erroneous reflection upon the character standing or reputation of qy 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 enuticu 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 nerein. SAME THE CO'SPIKATOKS. lerguson in his speeches over the state claims that the faculty of the University of Texas was behind the movement to impeach .him. How did they proceed in the matter? Did they have a faculty meeting and p...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 5 June 1918

BROWNWOOD TEXAS JUNE 5 1918 v CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS WANTED FOR SALE FOR RENT -Furnished rooms at 310tlFO SALIC Brady avenue. Pl'ione 1120. f .Mortages! Vc -Blank Oil Leases. Chattel 'endor's Lien Notes Rc- WANTKD-Position bv active hov offeaS? of mior's Uon' NotctS Wr- 13 with wlmoi 1'hnnA T.m W ran Deeds etc. at Dally. Bulletin WANTED Second" hand household goods at the Home Furniture Store. WANTED Experienced stenographer Brazos River Oil Co. 103 Brown street- lStltfp "WANTED :A girl for general hotise- ivork. Phono 142. Mrs. W. F. Son. IflTtrc' WANTED Any kind of welding; sat- isfaction guaranteed. Phone 113. 171tfc WANTED A nicely furnished mod-' ern house With garage. Phone J-1S9. I02tfc WANTED Man to work oh farm. Ap ply office. tf FOR SALE Tickets. SI each fir raffle of Red Cross mare given hyj R. 11. Martin to be hold. Saturday Juno 8- at 3 o'clock in front Southern hotel.' Se- cure your tickets at McAlisters Horse and! Mule barn. City Wagon Yard or s0eW M. McDonald Bang...

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

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JUNE 5 1918 READY-TO-WEAR SALE! Women's Wool and Silk Coat Suits Being sold at very low prices this week: Values to $50.00 on sale for $34.85 Values to 39.85 on sale for 32.45 29.85 on sale for 24.85 25.00 on sale for 20.00 on sale for Values to Values to Values to 19.50 17.45 Choice Silk Dresses Materials Silk Jersey Taffeta aid embroidered and beaded Geor- gette Crepes in the very aewest skades and styles $35.00 Values for $29.85 30.00 Values for 24.85 25.00 Values for 19.85 20.00 Values for 17.45 17.50 Values for 14.98 CHARGE ACCOUNTS-We solicit thirty day charge accounts from all responsible parties HENPHILLfAIN fO. Successors to Sam tlrm visit her sou who is stationed at Camp' Bowie. - Mr. and Mrs.Dowell Baten have re- turned ftom Richland Springs and will" spend the summer here with homefolk. " O Mr. and Mrs W. M. Knowd: and. daughter and Mrs. II. 0. Stevens will leave tonight for Temple where they will make their home. Mrs. H. C. Morris returned yester- day...

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

I LLETIN t OIL FIELD NEWS AND GOSSIP ON PAGE PRICE FIVE CENTS BROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY JUNE 6 L9 1 8 VOL. XVII. NO. 200 -NEXT 6ERHW ATTACK MAY DEMORALIZING HUN RESERVES. T FOR 1000 HUNS 6 " TODAY B R ( ) W I I GUNNERS l-.-Jt. ii .1' T'.'.l f '"' ' ...1.. rj.'.".'1! .''l':;.:agar' '-TUTrrr-'r-"'rrrtf'"-u T" i i i m mm n-ir - n . j . 1 ... - .. i i n ill. .".in. . . i BE AGAINS I I ACGOUN Military Observers Think Foeh Oufc guessed Huns inK Disposing of . Men in Recent Battle. (By Associated Press) WASHINGTON. June C. Officials of the War .department expect the next big attack by tire Germans will possibly be against the American so tor on the Toul front. They Hunk IV previous drive was designed to draw off the reserves from the Amiens and Flanders front. Officers regard tho fact that no new blow has been struck on the Amiens front is evident1 that General Fo h outguessed his opponents when he do terniiu'cd to let the Aisne front stand on its Own strength. The sicjs-3 oi tlic Germans i...

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

BROWNWOOD TEXAS. JUNE 6 1918 OIL HELD NEWS AND GOSSIP ENORMOUS SUMS BEING; DEVELOPMENT (territory and this ."is wh it the oil ha-e in aiind when llfdy under take developments smh as those whjch arc now under way. j With a hundred test Welk munis dmvn within a shrt .distance- from this city it appears that tti Jlro.vn- wood country is tide to be thoroughly TWENTY MILLION DOM. US IS i:s. tealed. There has been some delav TJ.MATKII (MIST (H WMIK l r in; getting deqp drilling aior way.! of Uiu White ranch and as reported l j .IV EST TLX AS ITLI.D. -'but now that nil arrangements have! I'"f. Quin-by "this well was located m' ibefen mnde for the drillingi.ltrqgrani flitrc remains" only the actual tost of this structure ho "found among the files of the State University l!ulietin .'o. 1755 in Which was reviewed the report of Prof. Drake to the slate geo- logical de)artment also defining tliis structure as having a COO foot closure and one of the best defined anticlines) in the state. It is ...

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

LIEUTENANT TELLS OF HUH HORRORS SEEN IN FRANCE 10 BELGIUM 3eiiii:w of ms. l WHITES TO ISIS FATIIEW STOllV OF (iKIi.MAN ( HtKLTY. Rev. L. J Minis lias handed the Rul in France. April i:u.. My Dear Father: Va 7L r-T Tos'u h Paa. I.iam only too glad to be njto do my bit in completely extermin ? ' V lu 0 " lth!s- w hsht .we mi .icaliJie andlating such a race of barbarians of the inhuman barbarities of the in isl .1111 n-um a m t tiii- r u .r!itn Germans ire vivid'v recounted I ieu- hiiow it the chance of a iiietm e. ell. papa. I think I. have written linaS Pirkor s i neXw of Mrl our hoys MM fall n enough for this time but by the time Lt J Minis au J a "mi IL Pather Sreat nuAbets and . be .W uinler t ic you receive this I may have fought o! Tvie The letter ollows t ld ' of OT my laSt bUt you tGU oi a jiei. ijic later follows. l nJUl(! Wnlhr a cover but we ide at home that I died in action with I receive a letter from u every '. dewnhear ed; You ought to. see th- week or so and you have n...

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

r4 BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JUNE 6 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 Postofflce at Brown- oodlTexas as second class matter TELEPHONES Editorial Office No. 22 Business Office ! No. G Any erroneous reflection upon the character standing or reputation of any person firm Dr 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 not otherwise credited In this paper and also the local news published herein. OPINIONS AND THE CUUUT.S. During the past few months a num- ber of lawyers of more or iess ability and greater or less professional standing in Texas have written and secured publication for opinions as to the legal...

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

BROWN WOOD TEXAS JUNE 6 1918- f 5 .CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS WANTED FOR RENT Furnished rooni3 at 11U1 Brady avenue. Phone 1120. WANTED Position by active boy of 1 with wheel. Phono J-SC3. 202s WANTED Second hand household goods at the Home Furniture Store.' WANTED Any kind of welding; sat- isfaction guaranteed. Phone 133. nitre WANTED Up to date upholstering iind.rcfjnfshing done at the Home Fur- niture Store. "WANTED. To Duy second hand furni- ture. New Second Hand Store 110 E. Broadway Phong 975. 15'Jtfc EXPERIENCED stenographer desires position. Notliing less than $10 per wcok" considered. Phone No. 5. 202r WANTED Furniture and household goods. Highest prices paid In cash. Bailey Furniture Store. Phone .1-312. dl31tfc WANTED All kinds of second hand household goods. Will pay highest cash price. W. C. Bowden Furniture Co. Phone J-937. FOR RENT FOR KENT Phono 03. Furnished bungalow. 199tTc FOR RENT Furnished bed room Close in.. Phone R-3111. 2t2c FOR RE-NT Two unfurnished rooms at ...

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

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JUNE 6 1918 New Yarns For Knitting the Sleeveless Sweaters All the Staples and High Colors in Yarns to knit the popu- lar sleeveless sweaters priced at 35c a skein. Kahki and Grey "Warrior" yarns for sweaters helmets' mufflers etc. per hank $1.10. White Mercerized Voiles 40 inch fine weave mercerized Voiles for waists or di esses that arc wortk wholesale today what we ask retail 29c 35c 48c yd. Sheer Imported Organdies Imported Organdies are much finer and sheerer in weave than the domestic and are the qualities you need for white waists or pret- ty simmer dresses. 75c $1 and $1.25. Black and White Check Woolens' For your summer skirt these black and white check woolens they wear well they are stylish and the prices are very attractive for wide widths: $1.00 and $1.25. BIG DECREASE IN HOG RAISING IN COUNTY HEMPHILLfAIN CO. Successors to Sam Brin DUE 10 COOP FAILURE xmisKi; or nous i Tin: ror.vry JIAS DKCKK.VSKI) FIFTY I'Kli I. PAST YEAH Of Interest to Women mVOltK...

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

9m BROWN WOOD BULLETIN OIL FIELD NEWS AND GOSSIP ON PAGE PRICf FIVE CENTS BROWNWOOD TEXAS FRIDAY JUNE 7 191'8 VOL. XVII. NO. 201 AMERICAN MA A D JURE VILLAGE III BRILLIANT LAST NIGHT GENERAL REVISION OF DRAFT CLASSIFICATIONS NOT GLASS ENOUGH PROVQS MEN DECL I ARE S JOHN D. RYAN. ins MEN WHOSE HI YES HAVE SUP PORTING INCOMES WILL ItE TAKEN INTO FIRST CLASS. (By Associated Press) WASHINGTON. June 7. A. general revision of tJu' fhissificn- tions under tjie selective service net lias hsen started. Provost Mar- shal General Crowd er has tele- graphed all the governors on! r- ing investigations to deteriniui- the reasons for the small nuiuhcr of men who are found in Class one. The list of some of tin local hoards show that tht aviair- nuniher of nin in this class is i'.ir helow the national average nf 2S.7 per cent. The list of si Hue boards show that as low as 1 per cent or the hoard's registrants are in Class one. j lu'iieral urowder today sum v''x-HK '--Knnnnnnnl nHHSnHHHHHHHHEV; :nM&a...

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

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JUNE 7 1918 "J -4 We Made a Contract For i A Thousand Pounds of Knitting Yarns A ND agreed to take delivery during the Summer months and for that reason we are enabled to deliver these yarns to the trade at a good deal less than the present quotations and for less than most merchants have paid for their yarns on contract ::or later deliveries. For many reasons we believe the delivery of Knitting-Yarns will be uncertain and not sure hence this advertisement. We have shipped to out of town people a great quantity of yarns have sold quite a lot locally and still have on hand several hundred pounds which we are able to offer at very attractive prices Our Present Prices for Yarns Offered Today Follows: Kahki Yarn Full Weight 1-4 Pound Hanks at 85c Per Hank UndyedNatural Grey Soft Sock Yarn J E5 Hanks at 95c Per Hank We are making lower quotations than the prices above to Institutions Association? Red Cross j Chapters etc.' in lots of fifty pounds or more f. p. b. Brown...

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

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JUNE 7 1918 te-J WWW !iL?j S3. 3 HI r2 3 m 3 3' WANTED 000 MEN JOIN 100 THE an tf use 6 ?1 aiirf ffej Witt iim Was i-iaministraiion oi January om iy is is tne folio wine comment 3 o e UA baking powder concern in Chicago is distributing a placard that consumers purchase double-size packages of alL food articles packed in tin thus saving about 25 tin plate for use in ammunition. Baking powder is also recommended with corn : bread and a special booklet of War Time Recipes is offered housewives who are interested." The baking powder concern referred to was the Calumet- Baking Ppwcier Company and its efforts to conserve btir resources were thus commended. . . - Calumet Baking Powder always conserves resources and promotes economy. . By its use wheat flour corn meal- or any kind ox flour always goes further makes whiter and lighter bread biscuits cakes etc. ! Calumet Baking Powder can be; used to greatest advantage in your war- time or any other Recipes that call for Ba...

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

r4 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 Postofflce at Brown- wood Texas as second class matter TELEPHONES Editorial Office No. 22 js'o. G Business Office 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 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. THE PRO.GEK.VA' CITIZEX. ln hig address here "Wednesday n.ight Trooper O'Connor had some very bitter things to say with refer- ence to the pro-German American. He declared that such an individual mer- its even less respect and more bitter hatre...

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

BROWN WOOD. TEXAS JUNE 7 1.918 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT WANTED FOR SALE WANTED Position by active boy of 1 kqu SALE Dining room and bed room sols gas range and other furni- ture. Rev. (teo. W. Slieafor I'tCp 13 with wheel. Phone J-SG3. 2U2s WANTED Second hand household goods'at the Home Furniture Store. WANTED Any kind of welding; sat- isfaction guaranteed. Phone 113. lTltfc WANTED .Man to work on farm. Ap- ply to Lee Mceks at Southern Hotel. 201tfc WANTED Up to date upholshhrg and refinishing done at the Home Fur- niture Store. WANTED To buy second hand furni- ture. New Second Hand Store 110 E. Broadway Phone D75. lf.9tfc EXPERIENCED stenographer desires position. Nothing less than $19 per week considered. Phone. No. 2)2p' WANTED Furniture and household goods. Highest prices paid in cash. Bailey Furniture Store. Phono J-312. I131tfc WANTED All kinds of second hand Loitschold goods. Will pay highest cash price. W. C. Bowden Furniture Co. Phone j-937. 1 ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR SALE Handsom...

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

4 If BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JUNE 7 1918 If Extraordinary Garment Reductions! Ji" you. could look over some of. the wholesale lilies of suits for fall ami see the prices ask'l om would realize HOW LOAV These suits we oiler you al reduced prices really are. They are fully 15- pbr cent under what you can buy them for thi fall. SIIiK OR WOOL1 SUITS. About fil'ly to select from iN".'.0. tj ffiWl) Suits .'. :U.S7 . Suits for . . .fiMi.sn .Suit for $'jn.(K) Suits "for Silk Taffeta and "Silk .lersev Suits. t $14:85 and $17.50 $34.85 $29.50 $22.50 $19.50 . - . -Kw'iLiihj USr .y r SW THE SMARTEST SILK DRESSES Lovely beailed (Jeorijittf crepes m taffrta or crepe de clti;m iu late styles and colors NOW REDUCED FOR SUMMER CLEARANCE. $:C).00 $ilk l)rese.s $29.85 2.MS: Silk Dresses S24.85 i"".Uii .Silk Dnsses $19.85 $IW SiJU Dittos- $17.45 $2.50 FANCY SILKS $1.69 Slill sonic choice .silk b-l'l in funnies for sitni- UH'iv dresses. s;ki its -r uai-tK; Satunlav for $1.G9 NEW" COLORS IN GEORGETTE CREPE. ....

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

) BULLETIN 8 PAGES TODAY OIL FIELD NEWS AND GOSSIP ON PAGE PRICE FIVE CENTS BROWN WOOD; TEXAS SATURDAY JUNE 8 1918 VOL. XVII. NO. 202 5t believe o TROPHIES OF CANADIANS BROWNWOOI esmer m PARIS IN DANGER OF LONG RANGE BDIARDINT FROM GERMAN GUNS ' f r .... f.' ...ny-.--'T"jam i TMi"ii-gut' -''i-'-Jil in I ' i- ' ' ' ' '- ' t '' $ ' " " '. ' fv ij- ' ' - " HE OFF 1611 GREW OF VESSEL IN ;MAY EXTEND DRAET SHBUS WHEN AiiLHiM M SHIP RFARHFS PORT UNDER AMENDMENT 10 transport has tiilmllim; race with two si mm a reaps phasing it. AJIKMUlKVrS Alt! PRESENTED TO AlOU A IMPROPRI ATION .KIJLI (Ity .Associated Tress) AT ATLANTIC POUT June An American defdrnje'r is re- ported to have sm!j or capiurcd a uliniarlii. off the casl of Vir- ginia. A destroyer returned lo pnri to- day with its crew in liitrli jojilriLs. Iiut Ihey refused to lalh. - ti Associated PrcssV Ymf;TOX.. June. s.-AiiHii.!-tnctitjp to otend -the army h;iiCl Ijw to all iiicn Jctwwa the J ai;ex ..ol P- and tt WiTt- olfi-rl today ' S ...

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