Brownwood Bulletin (Brownwood, Tex.), No. 266, Ed. 1 Saturday, August 30, 1919 Page: 4 of 6
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BROWNWOOD BULLETIN AUGUST 30 1919
THE BB0WNW00D BULLETIN
MAYES PRINTING CO. PROPS.
"Member Associated Press.
Office of Publication Bulletin Build
ing corner Brown and Lee Streets.
national honor was pledged to the con-
clusion of a peace such as that which
ihas been negotiated. During the two
years that this nation was 'actively en
gaged in the war it relied implicity
on the' agreement of its allies not to
negotiate a separate peace with Geiv
. ic ot(0r wanyi and it would be just as much
wood. Texas as second-class matter.
ja breach of faith for any of the allied
o 09 i"u" 'associated governments to riegoti-
..No. 3 (ate a separate peace now i as it -would
0 cents per monOi. ?7.20 per year.
have been 'in the summer of 191S.
That the terms imposed upon Ger-
many .'are too harsh is a sentiment
not often -expressed by a gen-
Anv erroneous reflection upon the
character standing or reputation of that is;
any person firm or corporation which Ujne .American. Rather most Ameri
a " .1.. 1. ... f Tlin ' - I'
a? aiprr.m ' cana hcline to the belief that Ger-
uaiiy nuueun win ne giauiy cunm
ed upon its being brought to the at- : many jhas drawn a very mild penalty
tention of the publishers. jfor the unmentionable crimes which
ThTAssociated Press is exclusively J she committed during the war and
entitled to the use lor repuoucauon that the indemnity and i reparations
of 1 news-dlspatches credited to. it . j-j Qf th(j r
or not otherwise credited inHhis pa-l f . - . . .
per 'and also the local news" publish- j partial prepayment for the . physical
ed herein. " destruction which her ruthless hordes
destruction which her ruthless hordes
i - - i -
of sayage soldiers caused throughout
:the devastated countries of Europe.
"TH E PARSON' S COLVMW
"A Tiling of Shreds nnd Patches"
got a verdict
and six ' cents
his libel suit
that lip is sure
of at least
thirty cents in
the suit he is
about to bring
Henley who has been 'going' about say
ing that the Parson writes Henry
There is no need to go to Dallas for
a ride on a scenic .railroad. The full
effect thrills and all can bo bad in
a car running along the streets f
The good roads question for the
- V A 1 ' .11 ik
county will not down- it is a j against the "sect of the X'ickelaitans. i
vital issue. Do Mm 'people of nrQW":wliom the Lord hates." The Parson
'Business Men's Club that fall one of
the 'big-wigs of the Frisco prophosie 1 (
or promised that someday the road j
would be extended northward to (Ml?-'
co and so on (o Vernon making a J
through communication from Chicago i
to the Culf. There now seems to be J
a possibility of such a prophecy b-1
ing fiilfilled by the oil district fail-
road. The possibility should not le
allowed to remain a mere possibility
if there is' any way to make it actu-
ality. The Grand Order of the Exhausted
Sons of Rest has finally collapsed.
The 'other day the ll'arson saw Imper-
ial Sovereign Pontiff Conway pushing
a mower over a lawn some eight f'"et
square. How are the mighty fallen!
The Parson used to nuote prettvj
I'rofiuently the passage "Alexander i
the' coppersmith hath done mo much!
evil.".. Today he is. moved to inveigh
county realise tliat tnci.r position is
at stake? Time was. not; so very long
ago that Urownwood .was easily the
I man people today we believe there is
(T TAKES A BRAVE man to stand up a smouldering lire of hatred against
nnrt shnnt criticism of organized the world which one day u ever given
abor according to the supporters of
Congressman Blanton in his successf ul
rampaign to smear the pages of tire.
Congressional' Record with repeated
charges Of grossest corruption and all
Further in the hearts i of the Ger-! largest ;and best town south of fort
wortn. mere uui uui Mi-tm iu v
much chance of competition. 'But
now- there are two or three towns
which are going to run Brown woo.d
hard; One important means ot -retaining
lier lead will be ease of access
from the neighboring centres and
from the country. Ten miles tanner.
on a good road' does not count
much. Be up an doing.
an opportunity will 'burst
forth in an
other hnd even greater Conflagration
than tjiat which began in July 3914.
!( i" - ;-
It is put human nature that the Ger-
imans tshall hate .theiri conquerors
the other varieties of wickedness on those (nations which destroyed the
the part of the labor unions of the j long-cherished Gerriian pjlan of world
country. The Wills Point Chronicle. S domination. So long as there is. a
-which is not published in the Seven-: German that long wjll there be a bit- t '
- ' tl " 1 . . fill
i '1fli Rrfmli - Ttnlinn .tmmnpso ' nr
i remembers that at the meeting of the
is not quite sure of the spelling of
the. proper name in the quotation but
he is sure that the sect is a most pes-
tilent one. The nickel ought no loitg-
er.fto be the standard contribution
.to the collection box. . :
Ijoes any. one teach the Bible to his
children now-a-days? Now mark! It
is the command of God that THOC
shalt teach-His word to the children.
for This duty cannot be sluufled olf on.)
!to the church or the Sunday School !
CHAMBER OP COMMEHG
arises to make the Jer hatred of everything that is hug- ttQ .knmv that the little sum of money
.... iri. tt - ii:. rr. ' ii j 1 i-oc t o 1 1 whs Tint iiiTown away lie
fnilnwlnir rp marks " i iiuiui duiimimc in m-
Tom Blanton caused a rattling of i American. For the safety.of the worjd
teeth and bones In Congress the pth- there ( must be an international com- j
er day. when he read comparative 3ig- w to Safeguard the ipeace of the
ures showing that on many railroads i iT ll '
in the country 'engineers and conlluc-world against the .recurrence of a
tors are now receiving higher salaries j i conflict such as that which has just'
than the governor ot Textts and dis- ; ' Tq . Jmt th& Unt
trict judges. It was reported that the ; 1 . .
reading of figures caused nn.upioarjed Spates temporize with' a nation!
in the galleries and this must have J whos6 utter irresponsibility has' been
come from the laborites gathered ; lhorod hv demonstrated;-"or '"to sug-1
there. In these perHous times it is t . f .
good to have a congressman who dares St put the United States so- ixr .
tbe -Duy Scliool or any lody
The Parson" had a small share in ; . thing else.-The Parson does not wish
the Brownwood North and South rail-1 to depreciate their ruefulness; but at ;
road He very willinglv gave it away .hist it comes 'back to. Til EE. Now j
when that course was suggested. Ho anil again we hear of plans for thej
Ins never hankered for its return to . evangelisation of . the world in a sia-
But it would do his heart good : sie generation unit is alt well (
enough; out it every man woman and
child .were - evangelised todav. there
late .its own power
3Ir. Blanton has "cried aloud" and l drawi apart to itsell! dnd .deny
"spared not" until he has won for
himself the unenviable position of a
minority of one in the House of Rep-
ties is to repudiate all
enunciated by the Ilnitei
Hies and. tin- i
the purposes j
iStates when i
!laim:K; attkxdwck of ihrkC;
i toils; hlaokwell hkshj.ns.
would bo born iato the; world to-"
morrow so many children who must
be . evangelised. THOl! .shait. -. teach
Uho words of God to thy children.'
i ' ' "
I God's people are called out every
nation and kingdom and people and
tongue. And when they obey they :
I are -a people apart. -The Parson does
! not know of any fact that has been f
' so: variously and unfurtunately j
apprehended. miRintcrpretecl and m.s- i
; applied as this. -There have been !
1 those who' have thought that someJ
badge of dress or .dialect must ' bear;
i testimony to. the fact. Others have;
thought that "they must be separate-
ifrom the common interests of men.
; : i from the common business of lif'".
directors present except! that the common pleasures of life are
i t 1a rc-n ithn n'Arn. f if. ifli .Vi fill fill ifPHrcnl fTn1 tlllt ui'nri .oil .
resentatives. ..In such position he is. at eered into the war Ren.uncia- va.(1 aln)llnK;.: lhoi the body .and of the things that be-
unable to give the people of this dis-Hion $ such purposes would leave tns 10.ird of Directors of the Chamber of; long 'to the body is a temptation. TJicy i
trict the service to wnicn mey are . nation witn a recoru oi two years jul-. iunitri mutin a lam-w oL.tonu.inpi ............ ..i.wl.- ..u3I v
i.'. tnignt an t uevoteti some uiree npurs ivsiwu aim wi eiuuieu. uu u ;-tecame i
a j something other than God made it.
i; .-'..Many . have renounced af. drdinary
entitled for with his loss of friends deterfhined warfare unjustifieil by any
in . the House he Jias tost ms miiu- ;.pnniqiptfr recognizeu nw. me -mws s o.;and a .number of business . matter
I. . I ito a consideration .ot a mass or daw
ence with most of .the Wilson admin- (:humqnity or. of jiatJions
iatration. This condition has been
ized labor and the Department of La- 'hier
to.. Him. They were. His. For them;
He was. wjU'r.g to lay down His life j
And yet in His last prayer with them
and for tbem. He says.: "I pray isot
that thou wouldest take them out of
thti world; but that .thou wouldest
I which had been accumulating during-' relations with their fellow? and have
the fpast several weeks. The directors ; shut themselves within four walls to
-t: '.. j.. ;' ;.i;.i.i Mrt-.-... rr.-fi ciltivat wlmt tliev i-nlleil "tlin m.
brouRht about by his repeated and-un-l Cno way to fight; the pi igh cnfitlof 11PV (-rflv nrositipn : Hoirers. 'Rous-! "Sfous life." As the Parson roads j Ktw tw-iroiiiine u.
sunnorted attacks not only on organ-iliving is to use Cheaper gradesudf IseL Fain. Knox. . McConnHl; dilliam Wpfiraphy and history sucli ideas.
bor of the government but by his ill-' wca!r silk stockings or to eat 'ifiCe
advised broalsides against liis fellow ; tha"
members of Congre-ss. There is an old Ahd'-j fifty per .cent of.
andfse; It ii. not
r :vLfll(;reber .Miiv'es. Boll-and- McCartney.! hlve involve! men. .in ' many misei- .The Parson is obliged to stay
.neLts.arji iu 'fesiKmtipn of J. Blackwell. whoi es- an(1 renunciations have fail- ;home to-ninrrow so there will be f
is .sold. in '.fancy
adage that: discretion is the better 'is du
part of ralor. Having discovered cer-
tain evils ?r. Blanton should syste-
raatically tin'dertake .Uieir correction
but instead of tliis he. has undertaken
;s or to eiiir jjp" 4 i.eoli rot! that he is not able to devote' - ny 01 titeir purpose. 1 no vico at St. Jotin s t nurcn. -mere win
icv pound carttlnslsutii-'-ient. time to "the. work was pre-! Ch?"ist (alIo(I 1is disciples out of the.also be several other Services. Whii-h '
t of. the h. c. of .1; Rented 'and acceptedwith regret; and! world. The Father had given thenr1 shall you attend? j
!. !:' -t- ' n. X. Harrison was elected to succeed! - - - '"J
to pride rather. thm necesity
There has heeira sharp decline! of l stabilizing'7 the memborshii;
- :Tl U . j interesting new ciu'zens in
meatl prices '.in the wholesale njar- j organization were
ketsihand within a few days the !de-
.Matters pertaining to increasing and.
membership and of
! of the organization were discussed!
in detail with the practical applica-i
tion of plans left to Uie. discretion of
a destructive course that can result t clinej;may be expected to show -in 're
in absolutely no good to his govern-1 tail prices of meats.; Are we to hope War(I-McComiellf reprUnR for the
ment or to the people of his district :that the highest point In food pfic.s Agricultural committee gave a very
The iconoclast can always iind ma- jhas
terial just t his liking in his ;cam-
finally been reached?
paign of ause and criticism. The ;.. There is one thing upon whichj all
sort of statesmanship that this: na-
rinn rpniiirek now is constructive not
Brownwood is agreed: Fifty cent. gas
be any rePservations t . or
There is no doubt that intfipretation's.' or provisions to ihat
proposition.- ' '.
t-all the weeds were cuL a hnm-
1 . K
of fine pieces of vacant real" estate
many railroad employes are earning
a larger annual salary than the Gov-.
omnr nf Tiaras But does that. means If
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anything? There are carpenters Nvork-.i her
ing within less than a hundred miles jwcJ
of Brownwood who are earning more -towjn.
money than the Governor of Texas-
Is earning r But does that mean any- Today's news in today's- paper
ihtntri. "irt these nenlous times it.
" - ;
-would be 'fgood to have a' congress
man" Avho has the judgment to avoid
rocking the boat
optimistic review of. the. work that
has been done in this county through j
the1 Farmers' Association. He stated
that the association had arranged-' to 'r
employ a Cotton classer. -in addition;
to its work in handling the grain crop
of the county. The affairs of the asso
ciation lie said are in splendid shape
and that the addition of a cotton clas-
ser to the other facilities of the organ-
ization will do much toward stimulat-
ing the. local markets. Mr." McCon'nel
jalso made a report of the work of T.
d be subject 'to. discovery around ' "k.k. - ik v
. LllMJII.ll HIV ' ' VV... . .... .v....
f . it . . t . .' . . ..... !.-1.t.l I i
liailK stating inui-in uiu iieiK'in""'M
.Dead Bodies Seen in
i Streets of Kronstadt
According to Airmen
A SEPARATE TREATY.
THE SUGGESTION-of Senator; Knox !
. . JVlk
tliat' the United States enter intoOIi
(By Associated Press.)
jUOXDON' Aug. 20. There litis been
severe fighting in the Streets and'pub-
licilsquares ot Kronstadt the 'Bolshe-
naval base near Petrograd; - ac-
negotiationt for a separate treaty with iesj
(ling to Copenhagen reports.
are seen lying in the thorough-
Germany Is mystifying. His. asser-i
lions XUai Uie peiiaiues 4iuiuncu u..
Germany are too harsh and too cruel
and in violation of international law
Is even more mystifying. It is diffi-
cult to conceive of the method of think-
ing pursued hy this well known Amer-.
ican In arriving at such conclusions.
Ever since the United States enter-
ed the war as an associate of the al-
far.es as allied airmCn Ily over the
Is Adjudged Insane;
Can't Stand Trial
ftERLLW Aug. 30. Dr. Llpp.
participated in the srtviet government
atMuriieh and issued orders which
wcVe considered amazing has been de-
J clajred incapable to stand trial because
iof his mental condition. For some
itlmelie has been confined in an insane
pie have nau no thought or a separate 'agyium
peace with Germany. They believed j
that the national honor was pledged
to a continued prosecution of jthe yrsLK
in co-operation "with the allied goy-
trnmentsd and they believed tbt the
The little Kestaurant with the big
service. "Dad" Clines Center AVenue
of. two hundred farmers had already
signified their wish to secure sows
through tins source. The t .-rrmers -Association
had also been advised of the
willingness of the ("hamber of Coin-i
meree to. bring a car of sows- to this.
county at any timo desired oy uie
Secretary Dunn otulined for the in
formation of the directors steps yhichf
have .already been' taken by the or-.
ganization with reference to the i
proposed railrqad to the north as well;!
as to the various highways passing'
through this city. . There was consid-
erable discussion of the natural gas;
situation and it was the sense of the
directors that efforts should be made to-
assist in straightening out the situa-'.
tion in case of a compromise of some
kind is. not reached through the'meel:
ing of the city council next week. ;
The directors endorsed the action 1
of Secretary Dunn in recently declin-
ing to accept the chairmanship of the j
food administration's price interpret
tation work in this city the dlrecfors
1 . i- a 1 1 it 1 .J
expressing tne nenei mat inure is uu-
profiteering by local dealers and that
the best methods of meeting the price
situation is to begin at the other end
of the question.
A number of other matters. of minorj
importance were "discussed and acted'
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3G7cluuon- owing -to tne lateness 01 ui.
hour however consideration ot sev
1 it . 'W KVV-
mXViil ft tv-Nis 1
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j Bug Slock Dishes! and glass ware l.eral niatters.-bf more or-less iiniort-!
atjiLooneya. 1 ;. 'i i ance' was" deferred until a later I'datel
0pm Till U
I Citizens National Bank I
I Of Brownwood I
I g TRONG I
I VOLID I
I iJecure I
I The Bank of Personal Service I
I Citizens National Bank I
- and you'll find us with a complete line
of'"'-" ' '
- ' : - for fall. " '
You'd better come in this evening and
letus; fittyou up from our fall lines of
... . . '" suits
: - shoes --
Our lines are complete.
Where Most Men Trade
WHETHER YOUR BUILDING REQUIREMENTS
Are large or small regardless of your plans and ideas
in this line our experience is. freely at your service
I f you tell us what you want to accomplish often times
wc can suggest plans for saving you money and serv-
ing your purpose better. :
Whether you buy of us or not we want everyone in
this county who has need in our line to come to us
freely for building advice.
HI ft 1 ili 11 wiYff iff Mill
Colorado Ycgolables at Adams Cash Colorado Vf'o'tdnbleS at AdataA'Ciiib
and Carry. and Carry.
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