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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 15 June 1918

r. BROWNWOOD BULLETIN. JUNE 15 1918 Off i Off SALE I Women's Suits-Women's Silk Dresses We noticed in an editorial the other day in the Fort Worth Record copied from an Eastern paper where Franklin Simon the New York merchant predicts that a $29.50 suit this summer will be worth $45 for the same quality this winter. Then wouldn't it be wise to buy a WOOL SUIT NOW at these low prices. $35.00 Suits or Dresses for ........ .$26.25 $30.00 Suits or Dresses for. . $22.50 $27.50 Suits or Dresses for. $20.65 $25.00 Suits or Dresses for .$18.75 $20.00 Suits or Dresses for. ........ $15.00 FINER SUITS $45 to $50 Silk or Wool Suits. ....... $29.50 BUY THRIFT AND WAR SAVINGS STAMPS LITTLE ITEMS OF LOCAL INTEREST . C. y. Dm Is and fanillj: liare iimrcil from TtU liast-Leo street to 1422 Ave- nue C. "On account of ox Ira heavy business In the passenger department last night the Santa Fe ran two. sections o train No. 92 Brownwood to Temple. The local exemption board sent four recruits to A. & ...

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

. OIL FIELD NEWS'aND O M.OSrMP UN PAGE VOL. XVII NO. 209 PRICE FIVE CENTS BROWN WOOD t TEXAS MONDAY. JUNE 17 19! 8 AUSTRIAN OFFENSIVE IN M - FAILS IB REACH ANY OBJECTIVES Stubborn Resistance of Italian French and British Troops Checks Advance of Auslrians Who Have Gained ; Very Little Ground Since Starling Drive BROW NWOOD BTTT 0 U JU 6 PAdS TODAY . ; IliiRII ill III!!! SFfJdR" SFVFRAI PRISON "RH fiiF RAPT I IFD HEROES Ol" THF. 15 ARNF. : 1 f rl ' I MTPnli llQtlR Ol (By Associated Press) The Italian French and liritish forces have tucl ihe .shock ol the Austrian offensive oji a hnmliv.l jnile front in northern Italy which is now hciiijj held in check The violent hat tic continues in the mountains fr'.uu Lake (tarda to 1 ho Pinvc river and southward along the Tiave hut the- enemy lias broken through nowhere. On the western front tlie hat- He has simmered down to local enirairements and .trench raids i The cneinv is apparently unwill iiir in .riv.i I'll 1-1 IlM llfltllp CXl'fMlt "V . ...

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

f 2 " r.- . i ? oa a B3: on oa on oa op OD on DO on oa oa DD oa oa EE y on .-1 -.f oa oa OD oa oa on nn on - t-Y 3Q 30 in uu PS on oa oa oa oa do do on on oa on 3D GO 8 DP E. B. HeHler & Co. Ohio I'Jue Line Co BreTTHwood Supply (fa. f v John L. Knight Buck TalleriHg Co. oa - BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JUNE 17 1918 Y r nnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnmnnnnnnnm (qDD PASTE THE KAISER WITH w. s. s. On June 28th! - v- - Paste him in the eye with a War Savings Stampthen paste him again and again. Don't think that you have already done your duty. Pershing's men "over there" don't go home after their first battlethey go after the Huns again they keep on pasting the Kaiser. Your Government has officially set FRIDAY JUNE 28th National War Savings Day! On that day every American is summoned to "sign the pledge" to save and invest in a difinite amount of War Savings Stamps each month. Every real American will prove his;:"jgjriptism' ing to regularly paste the Kaiser. was United state! GOVERNMENT by l agree- Co...

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

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JUNE 17 1918 : r " f ; - . .. . ..! . : t A - : w Tif 1 UIL rlbLU lit lid AnU bUddir at 2900 feet because of a faulty cable which the drillers are afraid to use. i .More cable has been ordered but is ndt expected for something like two weeks. "WEST TEXAS NEWS NOTES. This ! there have boon showings of oil t f 3 in the )crmnin. area of West Texas j Leases in . this art of the country dr'e Rniiiji ftip five and ten uouars pui Since a shallow sand showing was struck-near koim w b 1)(J tgavimm the latter part of the ty the leasers have stalled to . - rontv nlaccd in A. in -that locality -and several large ni; ni nnt rlriit'for drilling leased the past ween inc; K. C. Ray has returned from a. trip through' the' Oklohoma fields and' re- ports much nativity there with con- siderable new production coining in. HG stated this morning that operations at his Matlock well here will proba- Oil ana Gas Journal: In Earth eoun tv five miles west of Lingerville and 15 miles north-....

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

r 'BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JUNE 17 1918 V THE BROWNWOOD BULLETIN -MAYES PRINTING CO. PROPS. Member Associated Press Published every afternoon ' Sunday Office of Publication Bulletin Build ing corner Brown and Lee Streets for all good citizens opposing Fergu- son and supporting Governor Hobby. A man is judged by his friends and supporters. except Ferguson fought Wilson for presi dent. He opposed the registration -and draft law. The German-American al- liance actively supported him for gov- TKLKPIIONES Editorial Office Business Office : Entered at the Postoffice at Brown- ernor four years ago' and the (5eman- wood Texas as second class' matter American alliance was tho German government' organized agency for the No 22 destruction of democracy and tho es- No. C tablishment of Germanic autocracy in America. It has since been dissolved Any erroneous reflection upon the . . .: Character standi or remitatlnn of bU'K4 """st u any person firm or corporation which tious activities but while the na...

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

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JUNE 171918 I-' r CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS WANTED WANTED Any kind or welding; sat- isfaction guaranteed. Phone 113. 171 tfq "WAXTE Three unfurnished rooms with sleeping porch. Phone 2l. WANTED Ford Machine for Imllingj casing. Must he right and cheap riox J 12 care Bulctin. "WANTED To ouy second hand furni- ture. New Second Hand Store 110 E. Broadway Phone 975. 15'Jtfc WANTED Second hand household goods at the Home Furniture Store. Phone 4S4. Buy a Thrift Stamp. 231c FOR SALE FOR SALE Oil TUADE A Ulan. A. F. .McAlister. Ford Se- WStfc Ai 0 NGEfflEN IS FOR SALE Household furniture Call tit 1100 llitrroll avenue. Phono R-1132. " . . .! ' 209c IFOR SALE Small gas Phono F. G Co. cook stove Brantley Walker-Smith : 210c WANTED Furniture and household goods. Highest prices paid In cash. Bailey Furniture Store. Phone J-312. dl31tfc WANTED Young lady who can use typewriter. Don't apply unless you can. Cain & Company Elks huilding. 'JHStfc FOR SALE One of the neatest f...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 17 June 1918

r 6 BROWN WOOD BULLETIN JUNE 17 1918 New Counterpanes We have just received another shipmcutof Counter- panes in plain hemmed and embroidered edjre cut eorner styles made in the best -weights and all desirable patterns. Prices $2.25 $2.50 $3.48 up to $10.00 AK.MY CLOTH A khaki polored wool material for skirts or bathing suits pr.iec . $1.29 COIfORED RATEEXS Black and full range of col- ors for linings floor pillows petticoats etc. in a special grade for . . 1 .. 50c yard OERMAXTOWX THREAD Iii all the bright new col- ors for sleeveless sweaters 35c skein AVATUilOR Khaki or grey knitting yarn all wool weight 5-tt pounds to hank for $1.00 Remember Our One-Fourth Off Sale on women's wool suits silk suits and all SILK DRESSES continues all this week and the early comers find the greatest range to select from. You choose from ALL NEW stocks here as every garment is of recent purchase. Suits and dresses $25 to $50 on sale now at $1 5 to S29.85 WOMEN TO REGISTER BROWN COUNTY 15 ADVICE OF GR...

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

4 fss BROWNWOOD BULLETIN OIL FIELD NEWS'AND GOSSIP ON PAGE iceTFIVE CENTS BROWNWOOD TEXAS TUESDAY JUNE 18 1918 VOL. XVII NO. 210 MILLION MEN AGAINSTTHE STUBBORN DEFENSE BY ITALIANS CAUSES BL AUSTRIANS irVVK FAILED TO KEACH OBJECTIVES SET FOR FIRST DAY'S BATTLE (By Associated Press) .ITALIAN HEADQUARTERS Jane .along Uie Piave where the Austrians are suffering huge losses from the Concentrated fire of the Italians. Italian counter attacks are inflicting 1 severe losses on the enemy. PARIS. June IS. The Austrians now engaged in the Italian offensive comprises three-fourths of the Aus- trian army. It is estimated that a million men are engaged. Forty-Four Austrian planes were " brought -down and but one Italian air- man was lost. The Austrians are us- ing 7500 cannon. It is said that the Austrian losses are frightful. Orders to advance with- out thought of blood or sacrifices the Austrians readily obey and the field in the mountainous section Is shrevvn AVith corpses ' Ninety-two Austri...

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

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JUNE 18 1918 s3 The Peoples -Right to Ask (Houston Chronicle.) OIL FIELD NEWS AND GOSSIP X TBE BROWN WOOD BULLETIN MAYES PHIXTING CO.. PROPS. Member Associated Press Published every afternoon except . Sunday Office of Publication Bulletin Build- Ins; corner Brown and Lee Streets l'i.M-1 a the Postoffice at Brown- v 'tl. 'Icnus as second class matter TrJLKPHOXKS i t'.cuial Office ....... ... No. 22 J . Iness Office Xo. C -A'iv erroneous refiection upon the character standing or reputation of any i-trson 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 or all news dispatches credited to it or not otherwise credited in this paper and alc'o the local news published herein. SOME FERGUSON CAMOUFLAGE. In an effort to catch the vote of the fanners Ferguson in his speeches throughout the state...

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

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JUNE 18 1918 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS WANTED 1 WANTED Plain and fancy sewing. Mr3. L. Davis 800 Rogan St. 224 p WANTED Any kind of welding; sat- isfaction guaranteed. Phone 113. mtfc WANTED Three unfurnished roojus -with sleeping porch. Phone 218. 2ortf WANTED Ford Machine for pulling casing. Must be right and cheap. Box 12 care Buletln. WANTED To Duy second hand furni- ture. New Second Hand Store 110 E: Broadway Phone 975. loDtfc WANTED Second hand household goods at the Home Furniture Store. Phone 4S4. Buy a Thrift Stamp. 23lc WANTED Furnlturo and household goods. Highest prices paid In cash. Bailey Furniture Store. Phono. J-312. dlSltfc WANTED Young lady who can use typewriter. Don't apply unless you can. Cain & Company Elks building. 20Stfc WANTTO CONTRACT for well with a driller' who has a 1200 foot machine and "will guarantee his work M. T. G. Box 424. 214p WANTED All kinds of second hand household goods. Will pay highest cash price. W. C. Bowden Furnit...

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

'BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JUNE 18 1918 Tomorrow "Wednesday" We Offer MID-WEEK BARGAINS In many instances the wholesale price today is higher than the retail price we ask. The time to saye on many lines of merchandiseis now before present stocks are replaced with merchandise i 25c 7c t 10c Men's Sailor "Women's SIZE JERGEX'S JERGEX'S vrOLET Straw Hats Slippers TALCUM SOAPS GLYCERINE to $2.00 to $r.00 in Wednesday Wednesday SOAPS "Wednesday Small Sizes 15C 3- catos 10c 3 cakes 25c oOc SlO0 GINGHAMS AND PERCALES Wholesale Price 34c to 25c Buy Now and Save Money A big table of these staple values that are way under the market price. Buy now 25c $2.50 FANCY PLAID SILKS $1.69 Just the material for a summer skirt or dress Plaids m taffetas and wash silks . ...w... . . . SI.69 FINE ZEPHYR GINGHAMS for 50c ' Latest wholesale price 50c to 67 1 -2c BUY NOW AND SAVE MONEY. They come inthe hand- somest plaid colors you could wish for and are light in weights 50c SUMMER VOILES In dots flower stripes an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 19 June 1918

IJIXE TIN OIL FIELD NEWS AND GOSSIP ON PAGE PRIC&FIVE CENTS BROWN WOOD TEXAS WEDNESDAY JUNE 19 1918 VOL. XVII NO. 211 GLASS FACTORY LOCATES HERE CITY TO GIVE BONUS OF $5000 WAR WITH TURKEY MAI 0 t i Natural Gas Fuel From Brown Counfy Field to be Used. Amyncar) and British Consulates Seized and Spanish Flag Defied by T mfe at Tabriz Persia; Hospital Was ; Established by Presbyterian Church in Converting Brown County Glass Sand Into Bottles and Other Glassware Articles 6 M6ES i BR0WN1 REFUGEES' LEAVING STRICKEN TOWNS RESULT HOSPITAL "mm mm DESTRUCTION After several weeks of negotiations ' on the part of the Chamber of Com-! merce it-is announced today thai fi-! nal arrangements have been made for! tho construction liere of h glass fac- J tory which will have a weekly payroll of liotwecn SS.OOO and SPO.oOO audi vv'hich-within tho first year of its ole- cranon will" double its capacity and its - pay.rqll The BrmvnwQod Glass Manufactur- ing Company last night hat represen- tatives be...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 19 June 1918

r-2 BROWiWOQD BULLETIN JUNE 1 9 1918 anDprjfjnDrjnpnDn nmoDobrindnbnnn WiSS jme28 ay So n DO DO DO .DO DD 8B DO E3 DO DO gs DO DO DO 1. DDDDDDDDDDDDQaUUUUUUiJLJUUUUUUiJUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUa JUUaUuCUuUOUuODOOODODDDDDODDP DU EODODOOODODOOODOODODDGldDDDDtl'DOBOOOOBO .a 1- He Can't Escape ! The Slacker Who Seeks to Escape Making His War Savings Pledge to the Government Will Come to Grief.. The Government Has Provided That AH Summoned Absen- tees Shall Be Listed by the Officers of the School District Meetings June 28 National War Savings Tay and the Names Certified to Departmental Headquarters. .5- - THE SLACKER CANT ESCAPE ! -1 -M? ViMisMM The Slacker Who Seeks to Shirk His Duty to the Govern ment by Pledging to the President Less Than the limit ofl His Ability to Save and Invest in War Savings Stamps Won't Be Able to Fool the Government or His Neighbors. The United States Treasury Department Has Full Knowledge; of Every Man's Ability. Every Pledge Will be Checked Care- fully and Compar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 19 June 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN. JUNE 19 19(8 OH. FIELD NEWS AND GOSSIP f ANOTHER SHALLOW WlvLL .HAKES HECOMM Notes of the Fidd. The stockholders of tho T-hebest well" in the field is coin-line and storage company Ing in' almost anv day now that tho i tonight at the Chamber of new shallow district has been opened oftjee for consideration of an import- local pipe .will meet Commerce Stockholder up three miles west of town. Fur a .ant proposition bvery few days Mitcham and associates hell should be present. the title tlien it shifted tothe Plains; . " commnv. The latest claimant to the ..The executive board of the Chnmb title of the "biggest west' is a pro- ducer brought in bv P. M. Yell on the dt Commerce at its meeting last night Sfiterminod iliat its .next monthly .1. C. Whidden tract offsetting the UJ.ncjieon snouitt -oe conveneu uu Plains companVs . production. The finnuet iii.ho.n6r of all aHf.men mak- Derformance or this welt is such z headquarters here or :v!siting in to:c:inso fhnse ulin ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 19 June 1918

r4 BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JUNE 19 1918 ' : W THE BR0WNWO0D 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 Business Office No. 6 UNITY OF ACTION5 NECESSARY 1 "Tlio ihroo Wnniitrm iwnprs nrp tn gether politically for the first time! everfor Hobby" says the Deuton; Record-Chronicle. "The three papers in Dallas are also together for Hobby. The Fort Worth papers are for Hobby. Every paper in Bellt county outside of Temple is for Hobby. In fact the newspapers of Texas large and small pro and ami are more solidly for Hobby's re-election than they have ever been before on any politi- PLURALITY VOTE 10 ELEG1 COUNTY AND PRECINCT OFFICERS COUNTY rOjnHTTJvH 3TAKKS IT OFFICIAL BALLOT AND FIXES ASSESSMENTS Any erroneous reflection upon the) miestion 0ne renson j tlmt thpvi At ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 19 June 1918

RROWNWOOD BULLETIN JUNE 19 1918 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS Notice to Auto Owners WANTED FOR SALE MEL A JtW WANTED Plain and fancy sewing. ' FOR Mrs. L. Davis .sou Kogan St. l!2tpdan. WAXTED-Any kind or welding; sat - isfaction guaranteed: Phone 111 Phone 113. lTltfciOdoll. WANTED Three unfurnished rooms with sleeping porch.- Phone 21S. . ' 20otf WANTED Two or three furnished FOR SALE Gas range dining rooin light housekeeping rooms by couple jsliite. library set. davenpor and other Phone 2S2 or 175. iHtpj household goods. Phone J-jClKJ or call ' : iat HOP. Durham. - -j 20Stfc WANTED Ford Machine for pulling .casing. !Must he right and cheap. Box 12 care Bulctin. "WANTED To Duy second hand furni- ture. New Second Hand Store J10 E. Broadway Phone 975. - JaUtfc "WANTED Second hand household. goous ai me iiomc ruiuiiru 1 . A. it.. If 1 I J - rhonc -4M. Buy a Thrift btamp 2.Uc W VTLTl Pnnllni.. 1im.cnt.nM fiuous. riifcui inicca nam in wasii. .1 - nt.l.n. : t .1 I Artfll. ' Bailey Furniture...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 19 June 1918

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JUNE 19 1918 - . .f Buy War Saving Stamps Unless the people o America realize that the War Savings movement untlerwritcs the whole war-time financial progress of the Government and learn well (he lesson of savings the jocks of failure await bond issues or the future the Treasury Dglfiirtment has pointed out - Have you caught the Tdca? Arc yon buying Wnr Snvinssj stamps or are you blocking progress paths by your failure to understand . and practice the thrift lesson? . Buy thoso War Savings Stamps. Help yourself and agsnrc tho success of future loans. :tti(nnl War Snvlnirs Pay .lime th-Pleitee the rrosidcnl. HEMPHILLfAIN ffl. Successors to Sam Brin scheme being Carried out. in the reg- ister and tally cards. During the eve- ning vocal selections by Misses Jewel Hay and Ate Bell Minis were espe- cially enjoyed as was the Hawaiian music by the "Ukulele quartette" The crowning event of the evening was when Miss Vera Staton though blindfolded stabbed the Kaiser thru th...

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

' ES " I BROWN WO OD BULLETIN OIL FIELD NEWS AND GOSSIP ON PAGE '& PRICE FIVE CENTS BROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY JUNE 20 1918 VOL. XVII NO 212 AUSTIN PRESSURE RESISTANCE OF ITALIANS MI W PEACE DEMONSTRATIONS IN BERLIN AND FOOD RIOTS IN AUSTRIAN CITIES INDICATE CONDITION OF UNREST General Strike Declared (By Associated Press) LONDON .June 20: Heavily: censored messages received fit Stockholm indicate .that "pence! demonstrations in Berlin I lam-: burg and Cologne have resulted in several persons being killed and others arrested. Unrest in Austria. London .Tune 20. Serious riot- ing broke out in Vienna yesterday says a dispatch by the Exchange Telegraph company. Th mob brake in the bakeries and stoned the residence of the Premier and the Hofburg palace. Martial law is probable the dispatch adds. According to dispatches receiv- ed here from Zunich there have been a number of strikes in Vien- na and Neustads owing to a re- duction in the bread ration. The Enrich dispatch adds that an al...

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

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JUNE 20. 1918 "A OIL FIELD NEWS AND GOSSIP Empire Company Takes Over ; Local Pipe Line Paying ;a Profit to the Stockholders about 4000 barrels. The Pippin company has 7." wells? which are averaging 13 barrels ac- cording to officials of the company. - Pledge the President CO-OPERATION 30UGHI BY FIELD SUPERVISOR ttl'KKATOKS ASKKI) TO 3IKKT AT SOlTHIvKN HOTKL WITH JM.U THIS KYKXIXG. District Supervisor II; A. Black has asked all the producers in this fiord to meet with him tonight at. the South- ern llotel for a discussion 'of . co-oper-ative effort in protecting the field against damage from salt water wells A deal of more than the usual im- reason to bclievo that tho general portance and significance was. con- Texas offices of this company will be summated last night when the stO?k- located in ProWnwooft.In view of the holders of the Producers Pipe Line preparations- being made by the com- and Storage Company a local organ!- pany to develop this field. -and tho ra...

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

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN JUNE 20 19.1 8 Foreign-Born Citizens of j AWierica Owe Debt to Land Which Has Befriended Them (By Associated Press) this object its people will stop at WITH THE AMERICA ARMY 1 X"! nothing. They violate the neutrality FRANCE June 20. The attitude of I of ooimtrica like Belgium UiCy mas- S ASK FOB QUARTER OUNCE OF FREEZONE uot'rt Mm Tirtn-.rnmnf fiTlt. tlmv cnil- thousands of aliens in the United duct the most .barbarous submarine States who have taken out their first ' warfare sink unarmed merchant es- naturalization papers so as to- vol-i sels and. neutral vessels . fight behind . i the lines of their armies .throitKU untecr in the American army proba-! . . . - ' espionage lying and intrigucj. bjy is defined in a letter written by Thls js no wav j0 fighjand p an enlisted man in the American Air' w511- shou non what .K-ulturf mean Service to his relative in a Swiss; wllbu gjVcn thc lrue meanj Gf this city where this new American was word." 1 Dorn. "Was it not my du...

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