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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 9 April 1904

V BULLE ' TV'1 A'---J Vi i f; 4. VOL. 1 1 SHIRTS. 4 " I See RROWNWOOD TEXAS. SATURDAY APRIL 9. 1904. Nearly every man in Brownwood has constant use for one of fife above articles at least he is supposed! to use them If you are one among that number you will be interested in what is shown at Brin?s. Counters. This is one of Brin's pet lines He gives a great deal of study to itt and you can be- sure- . of getting at his store the very latest things out in bhirts. 1 here as as much style in bhirt-wearas.in i anything else. It matters not how well you may be dressed in other respects it you have on am ill- e"3 4-;t-i rv. r4frkt-cH7io Shfff xmif nrr nnf r HrcH. Yn Mn hir the larosr srx? hc ar Kn c ac rhfjm- ly as the old shell worn stock at other places - j : A My Nobby Neckwear Sam Brih riHe 0riePrice Man. p f O OOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOOfliOO cut Glass We have jnst received a large line of the celebrated Mt. Washington Cut Glass In Vases Jngs Water Bottles Su- gar and Cream and a number o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 9 April 1904

r f L ii M I K 1L i :f C- ' A Fair ' 1 is nlrartr.t- n "Totnmv" said urn.nano'peace as an Q.j ajy It may.u dog fight may b j- Bndrtiundred Rainy Daisies attend- Itiltib meeting in New York most 'them-in long skirts as usual. Gen.. Pflug"s picture shows him to ue a very handsome .man. There haC inasomenian. There n kind ofcompensation. tebe some t has converted s to a kind- Ions of Finding One's Favorite Fj e .using a spyglass or a m'' either closine1" -isrh novok 200.000 away with her. . tele wept. Well it must.be ad- uffued that she didn't comeizaEiihere i near getting it all. A concern has manufactured a bot- tle which will hold eighty-four gal- lons. For nimrods this will supply a long-experienced want It is a costly lesson Unit thej youth who kills the girl who won't - elope with him proves by his act the cor- rectness of her objections. Gen. Ma has been warned by Russia that if he doesn't watch out he may wake up some night to learn that there's" a man under the bed. . A scient...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 9 April 1904

7 r v ssssssssssnsi Texas a Truck an O1 A Carefully Combiled Detail and Summary of the Cr Present Acreage and Previous Aver Lit 4 1 1 I I f 1 ' r- J .m Left-Handers Are Left-Eyed. It may be news to ypu that people may bo 'divided into the right-eyed and the left-eyed and that in general left-handed persons are left-eyed. A left-eyed person uses the left eye Alone in all eases where it is not lecessary to use both eyes as in' Finding One's Favorite Eye. .using a spyglass or a microscope 'either closing the right eye or paying no attention to what is seen by it. Furthermore the left-eyed person when reading with both eyes open pays little attention to what the right eye sees. Now. it may seem very dif- ficult fb prove this as botfi eyes usu- ally see the same thins but it can be proven very easily in the fallowing way: With a sharp lead pencil punch a hole in a' large card and hold the card between your face and the. table on which you have placed a small coin. Move the card about rap...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 9 April 1904

r S2X 9 iA I V GOODS At Mist rot Bros. & Co. Greatest Money Saving Attraction for Economical Buyers. We place on sale -the largest stock of White Goods of every description ever shown in Brownwood We make the Hi 7 V . rtq a isori V A 1; V i i iowesc prices ever quotea. Sale Coinnieisces' Monday Morning at 8:3CI and will Continue for 4 days only Monday Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday. Counter Sale throughout entire stock plain figure marked down 'prices for your inspection. All competition knocked out; we've got them snowed under on prices. "See our Show Window Display. Prices at Mistrot's is sure death to Competition." .") pieces oC white Persian linejn Part- is muslin French lawn retail price 2-Jc a yard on sale yard lc 10 pieces white dotted Swiss for dress wear retail price ISc a yard on sale at per yard 12;c 100 pieces fine white India linen white dimities not a piece worth less than. 15c a yard on sale yard. 10c 50 pieces white India lawn the 10c grade extra quality at the p...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 9 April 1904

. . SM mm ware a ft Cillii v f I ICII u f I Wc prefc. t: : as the prfj;c: asthmas ; -.r . rt) '""tie El v pnr t (Si Buggies and Sjwaw; WEAK LEV HAlAnVAKE tHftU'fr buna's . In-tin; frkdi :m1j3lLJfy h' cue you a si'- kfJi- baei up hv an l aaet jccrtl'SifiiA guarantee whirh .ftr' ofj .villi M you. lut wbicli iroftt. t Ke. ;nji t r ara t i rflirs uraciu'iiiy notltiaffft ;iiS Wabirticd of the !.:gh8t gtatfe df 'hwHrvb f'u).'lH' gether ry fikiitod kwiifttim f jr!ie . b.CNt kind of msunufca tefcmilikMott. . Its for any xeasqn yafc . wt " jhJhr PS1 goods wc can sljaw IchesjtarjKidfis tHH jn price Mtitl n-iaUly vla wmi rf. &kF f WtSj with J'vn;;a Hhiti4 its Wf TfiSS If you ar!t4i-ri4i .In v jiMelHB f RpJ luirtiiUs sjr.-r .. .jnj .)vfFm"ar-k yM te-it'u tri"- mum.! vi t Usi'" 'IUhh oi iHr.fi!. !iv lean -rrHrn ni diiAfitl U c rry a iie: ft!.! u price ar.J qu i vti iiuit the buyer vim live Small packet book as well M then i f t?M. .-'4fp.wlltrov more economical cviii at a mher price. P- it. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 9 April 1904

1 'V m?- ' "--w-; - -1 I f If I OMF0HTED. ft curse my poverty. it nas us oettor points; No gout has ever come my war. To stiffen up my joints. I do not. all the long long: night. All anxious lie awake And wonder what the cuanccs are For that fool bank to break. I do not po about with -black - ' Hell-BOBi;li's on ni' nose I My coat of Jirms-a monkey wrench And gttsoliiiy clothes. : I do not have to dress and go ' ! Somewhere o" nights and suy Till 12 o'clock ana stand it while ' They talk me old and gray - - Oho! I put mv feet upon ." My old typewriter and J smoke my pipe and thnnk my stars That 1 can understand . ." "Why Providence all-wise bus casJ . My lit wltere sunheans fall; A loa-t Poverty! It luis ' Its gad points after nil! -San Francisco Bulletin. 0 A DESPERATE REMEDY l!y JEXNK S.VI.SKritV DAVIS. CopyrighUiS Wo3. by The Anthort Publishing Company It was a hot sultry July morning. The harvesting season cn the farm of John First was at its height. Outside the great white farm...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 9 April 1904

W J HI 4 t 1 L ll J ml. rUMJ 1 m ! raw ir 1 H I Ssle cf Victims' Clothing. A prison sale is held annually in Paris. The articles Ottered for sala are .tho clothes of murdered people the Instruments with which the crimes have been committed and tho effects 'which have belonged to tho deceased prisoners. Articles which 1 have been taken to the prefecture- o police-and have not been claimed are also sold. The proceeds go to tho Paris almshouse. Unclaimed jewelry is usually bought by ordinary brokers' but the articles which have belonged to criminals especially those who aro notorious are bought at high prices. NO APPETITE-EMACIATED Curious Custom Celebrated. A curious custom has just been cele- brated at Klin near Moscow. All the marriageable girls in the town lined up in the principal street decked out in their pimple finery many of them also having with them the stock t) I linen household and personal which 1 forms part of their dowery. The young men contemplating matrimony then I wa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 9 April 1904

1 LV 1 V - -TR VOL. 4. I mplete Line .t J- Fancy efcChildren's Wash Hats Caps Golf Caps and Straw Hats. Styles are nobby and tuey are cheap beautiful styles in Boy's Clothing and Odd Pants HOWAR.D & GILLIAM BROS. We sell goods worth the money BR0WNW00D LODGE DIRECTORY. Notices under this heading will be published at $io per year. Orders car- rying these standing notices will not be charged for notices of extra and called meetings. Others will be charged regu- ar advertising rates. w. o. w. DR. W. '. ANDERSON Praotioe limited to diseases ot the Eye Ear Nose and Throat. Belle of Wiohita Soott's store. flour at Jesse in rhnrsday nights in MCh month. Geo. Waltkks Coan.Com. A. E. Wilson. Clerk. Artistic picture framing at. Pecan Valley Camp No. 45 meets Hartung's Studio. dl44-50 Maccabee Hall the nrst and tnira i Chase & Sanborn Seal brand coffee at Jesse Scott's. Screen Wire and Screen Doors. R. M. Low. dloO Empire Furniture Co. sell Furniture for cash or installment. Empire Fur...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 15 April 1904

1-1 DAILY BULLE ! rr 1 1IN . v k 0- J 7 VOL. 4; RRO JD TEXAS. FRIDAY APRIL 15 1904. V.V:. - IV- t:5::::5::!:!:!!s:5:!:!S5w::!::5!::!s::s::sw5:: Issssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssnssssssssssssssssssssssssssrsssssssssssssssssssssss . . - n .- f : k J r "y 1 1 T it I-viclen.oe. i ; ; I 1 W ... 1- -. ' I - T In support of our statement that we keep busy in our and you will see many suits that came from our counters. handsome materials latest styles and they were bought at a price that leaves money in the purse. Brings Clothing never disappoints never fails to give satisfaction. Clothing Department look around you They are all neat suits too; well made TRY OKB OF BRIN'S JXIIT You'll Never REGRET the INVESTMENT. i i-' at i-. SAM BRIN'S ONE-PRICE STORE. i I - . --mm i a22222223S255f OOOOOOCKH. t OOOOOOOOOOOO 17 JEWELED. li DEFEATS SAN ANGELO Get a Good Elgin Watch and have the Correct Time. Of course you can bnv a -watch for a dollar." We d-on't sell this kind. We have in clock the 17 19 21...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 15 April 1904

1 M I f It's Cooleh Better and Cheaper D 4't t V r Step in a: take a lod at Roger: Shoe stock. It is worth seeing. ' ; 7 1 .-5 I . l! ! : S Rogers Drjr Goods Co. Feet fitters. i To wear a pair of Rogers low cut shoes than to put up with the quality of Shoe some merchants would sell you Rogers has men's low cut shoes a&-$I 50 to $5.a0 a pair and no matter what the price you get 25 per cent more value than you can possibly get elsewhere. Rogers looks after the "feet of old young big and little when he buys his shoes- .and that is the reason his shoes always give satisfaction. Rogers is .the shoe man of the town and there's no denying the fact Rogers low cut Shoes come in all widths all kinds of toes all leathers; light and flexible for young middle aged or old who have tender feet m m m m m m D THE DAILY BULLETIN. MAYES PRINTING CO. Proprietors. Entered at the Brownwood Postoffice as second class mail matter. WILL H. MAYES Editor." CYRUS A. TpNNELL City Editor HERVEY F. MAYES MANA...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 15 April 1904

- ' j" TTTT npppfcj. ri - wijua. ' .j 4 V Y 4 bale X 1 ID a? EM Honey Saving V A:T . MSToTBROS & CO. by MISITROT GreCut price Inducements SEEINis BELIEVING HERE. There i no argument u t forth as convincing as nriiie will hA thA l111 -vm .-..1 Ai.tiinitv ever offered eves. i ins win ne ine Cov5iio imtnriuim. 1 cz mm mmM mi. V W nflM. T mMMVB v - a. to the people of ftmnirtiiw-n.. S We you more goods for less thall 11V other concern in the state. w e are loaded from bottom to Uu " 'nackcd vf tth sootls just received. Over $259000.0 worth oCvlftoods. Clothing and Shoes received this past l6 days. This h v?tl fKurchase made by Mistrot Bros. & Co. Ooods bought at aZnJf a 5feJ? XI. t 50.000.00 worth of goods bought in this deal 000.00 shipped to Brownwood alone f i ah ii sup Big SHOE SeJe. 300 cases oi Shoes received in this shipment are new-fresh- goods new shapes. Entire lot bought way under the price. We place them on sale at the lowest price ever made on standard foot-wear. Bi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 15 April 1904

l - ' " I Or VOL. 4. 1 9 r - ' -1 r'-V :3 ? u ' every ;A Lirteof Hot Weajther T)rtaa n.J i - . I class of textureall tbiVuetf; shntf. ' rs-.V1lIec showing of yiolet "- SS Plant and Champagne fehn'de's The correct and Icadilcolo?? S - . sninuaer Gilt Champagne White Black and Tinsel Belt bee f ut for what you need. . HOWARD GILLIAM BROS - atu yuous worm the monev DR. W B. AMXERSO Practice Jitnited to diseases oi the Eve. Knr tVncn o-J mi i ' Railroad Time Tabic. SANTA FR niKUuGH TRAINS .Last-bound arrives 7U5 p. m. . Clave y over traded 4 ttZ; y v t -7-35 p. in. with Jesse. Scott? ttest-bonnd arrires. . .1 . .9:80 A. m awn: North-Wd leaves .'.5:80 a. mi L. Cp: rPons nt the ft. i n i amves - -C.-iO a. m. oigman resitiqnoe. 7T .wuau- icavesioruraoy 5:30 a. in. pain from Brady arrives South-bound. North-bound leaves. 0:30 p. in. 6:o0 p. in. ..10:00 p. m. month (1154 H. Preparing fo Wate. Col. Wm. L. . Black of Fort McKavitt is spending the day in Brownwqod today. Col. Black is returning...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 16 April 1904

VQL- 4- RROWNWOOD TEXftS. SATURDAY APRIL 16 1904 ' NQ flPflPliPffflllfl! I Si? r i ' : ' : T The Big BEST s 1 OT OF SHOES IN THE dTY is at Brin's W6 sell Shoes under an absolute guarantee that if they rip break give way or in any way show faulty material or workmanship we will replace with a new pair free of charge. The manufacturers authorize us to make this guaran- tee. Brin will sell you a Shoe that for the price has no' equal: it is a handsome Shoe well mc. a fitter stylish and comfortable. Brin has them in plain or fancy toes any last any leather any style. You can get Shoes at any other store in Brownwood but you can't get any as good as the kind Brin sells.. & YOURS IOR SHOES SAM BRIN TDHB ONE-PRICE MAIN. I - I J I CV- - S . . . S W2 SSS2i:i:s:: SS Siiiiiisiis-5555528"55 s 5 s s :.!; i i s s s s : i ; s ;;: : :::::;:;:;:is:::-: " . Rjjid Rise in FOR It Will Pay Yoa jTo Bay for Following Reasons 1st. There's pleasure in the possession. 2nd. There's the ad- vantage of appea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 16 April 1904

I r4 r hi I E i ; Sweet Little Imp. . The other day at a rural railway station a. colored mother who was waiting for her child exclaimed as the youngster was handed to her from the train: - 1 "Lawd bless his honeyrsweetness! Ain't he de blackest sweetest little' Satan dat ever you did see?:' Atlanta Constitution. SET HER -?Miss "Carrye MooreShe calls him MisiS Cutting Hint-No: but she y Emotion at the Matinee. . "tats of people cried" 'said the sen- tlul -i-oiiruer at the dining table. Its&esiiiK the matinee with her uext- dwtr neijUxvr. "Why titwn s& oqp . y&ms strt (but ml in the next row Ui . tat cried half the ttnie." "HumpSt!" saM the groin-hy innn .from Hfe seat further down 1K iahje "'at a matinee I went to' the other day ttiere was a baby right in the next &MH. to me that crfepiH the time." . He .Was Eiurishing. v'Tkear that Jimkins is getting along tfine 9n the c:ty."vsaid Blobbsoa.- "I suppose he is. maybe; but I never" thought he would" commented Niy- erly...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 16 April 1904

1 V 5 ixpppppppppbpw jk .mm r Miss Hapgood fells how she escaped an awful operation by using Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege- table Compound. "Deab"Jr9. Pixkitam: I suffered for 'fe.rs with what the doctors ca 5mgitis (inflammation of the ia tubes and ovaritis) which is a c. distressing and painful ailment iffeTSng all the surrounding parts tir dermining the constitution and sap- ping the life forces. If you had seen me a year apo before I becan taking JLydia E. Pinkham's "Vegetable Compound and had noticed the sunken eyes sallow complexion and general emaciated condition and com- . pared that person with me as I am to- day robust hearty and' well you would not wonder that I feel thankful to you and j'our wonderful medicine "which restored me to new life and "leal tli in five months and saved me from an awful operation." Mis3 Iisene Hapgood 1022 Sandwich St. Windsor OnL 55000 forfeit If original of above letter proving genuineness cannot be produced. Ovaritis or inflammation of the ovaries ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 16 April 1904

m 4 Parasol Time. Rogers Dry Goods Co. FAINS. - r4 ' " ' 2000 Fans from 2 cents each up. We ImplfOVC the OppOl- are leaders in Parasol styles. They have the plain have Fans i i4T -nr. 4 cnn1fv ' black Parasols neat and always in good taste; ladies lUiiity ana SUppiy Umbrellas in black red green and blue;. White Chiffon . yOUtSelf With a Parasols; Silk Check Parasols to match Silk Shirt Waist All Colors UA?rxro T "v Suits; also have Parasols in the popular Champagne Atf C ' handsome . coIor; Rogers- has ParasoIs to ch aI1 hisftr5ess All bizes Goods in colors. If you want an expensive Sun Shade All Prices Rogers can furnish it; if you want one of medium price M-J - ' BlJ V.'" ' My " see Rogers; No matter what kind you want Rogers has it. . Big line of Children's Parasols from 10c each up. C II C E For Spring and Summer Service. I CC Vo lUI I Gilo. Ro srers Dry Goods Co it SOCIETY and CLUB NEWS. Devoted to the Entertainment and Helpfulness of BrcfSn- wood Women and Their Friends. Edite...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 16 April 1904

4 V Great Money Saving Sale STROT BROS. CO. aw- -w- Ml A GreeLt Cut Price Inducements for economical buyers Car loads of hew goods received the past ten days Goods bought at force sale by MISTROT BROS & CO Entire lot placed on sale during the next ten days at a great sacrifice. SEEING IS BELIEVING HERE. There is no argument we may put forth as convincing as your own eyes. This will be the greatest mohey-saving oppor- tunity ever offered to the people of Brownwood and surrounding country We guarantee you more goods for less money than any other concern in the state. We are' loaded from bottom to ceiling packed with goods "just received Over $2500000 worth of Dry Goods; Clothing and Shoes received this past 10 days. This is part of a big purchase made by Mistrot Bros. & Co Goods. bought at a great sacrifice Over $150000.00 worth of goods bought in this deal $25' 00000 shipped to Brownwood alone. ... Big SHOE SeJe. 300 cases ot Shoes received in this shipment are new- fresh goo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 16 April 1904

"""" ' ' I; K I1 I f v I I 1 VIA I TThe DaiyBuiietin. ..DO EVERYTHING WEW. SAYS j --ttinBNlHIlkwY 1 f yes PRESIDENTOF C. R. I. AND P. ROAD Hfl "- A' SC-yeaf-ofd woman In Now Yurk. ' PiM " "'- es has lmd ..thirteen children. " She has; V "-.7'. . '' ' f - ..If the C&ar fiver dno-f!nttflrt tn ' ImK -tb.the front he. will not -haveanv trou ble in finding :L Of. all tho birds of spring however. the most welcome song is the lay dL the early pullet. . Judging from-the increase in prices tha country is up against a peanut famine-or the peanut trust. -There are points ct resemblance be tween the cxar's Hying squadron and Prof. Langley's living machine. - It is generally some one who - does "not have to live on fifteen cents a day who figures out how it can be done. How we envy the man who can . 'handle "kerosene with one hand and violets with the other and be happy! Woman may not sing in church any more but they'll hold fairs' to raiso the money to pay the choirs just the same. . Japan ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 16 April 1904

f " passed out the gate sneezed jfuriously . . . vm three times and hurried ho'Aie. " ApfMf 4&r if - ' "The nzxt afternoon Doikthy and lrfWV mH1iT AJK 'Un SjSt y r ifcr Rolil that .A I r the KtltU'r-iajr 'i A lroiii of tiw i.idlant tmiPttrcR.' .. T-lmt an- m1b- ti liav" .iud to-lroM. Kr tho mnij I"v la marrv tuth rfchos . Aiiil J'm wt'tWiiis fur J?tflf and yoirt.. 3"of Iho srolfl m tJif riypilnff tr:es Ttiat shin.- uith a svmny whoon; For the rul:t.-s :-i lin.s of crIHton Ami the jioails UuU Jlc baiwra: Kor. tho ilui in h hluo of flip !saiijhli:o In oya-1 that are linivo ami -sweet. The yes that faltor at parthi; And .'.; that brim when w JilPet. I- . .. - . ' i . . -. - " x... i s.i .ii. iit t i i i JVAX1 tm K4 yc - rOT a--- v -- - .......... ... II ' jjui uii-.rowns (u a ozoa Kinpimiis - jiu.icu iu Jiav auu uiiuB cauiaiv iuveiiuur is yiiu ul me. cieune&i KmmkmiWirTtrOraK'trfFnmr worked w th the -Bulgarian emhrnld- S Bkit tho- i rowns of a And the RWiis of a Ad all tif tlh-...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 16 April 1904

m m - K mm v 1 -v - 1 MoT Monday. A special showing of men's fine 3 Footwear and Summer Underwear .' ;'". Special garments at 25 35 and 50c. You would do well to see the line. " We want 3our business- HOWARD GILLIAM BROS. We sell goods worth the money - Railroad Time Table. SANTA FE '76 East-bonnd leaves at 7:35 a. m. 75 Arrives From the East 9:30 p. m. . THROUGH TRAINS 7S East-bound arrives 7:15 p. m. Departs 7 :35 p. in. 37 West-bound arrives 9:30 a. ru. Departs 9:45 a. ni. t FRISCO. North-bound leaves... 5:30 a. m. South-bound arrives G:10 a. m. South-bound leavesforBrady 8:30 a. in. Train from Brady arrives ...6:30 p. in. South-bound arrives S:50 p. m. North-bound leaves 10:00 p. m. Court Directory 3stlf Judicial District. Judge John W. Goodwin. Attorney J. H. Baker. Clerk Jack Hall Conntv officers: . County Judge S. C. Qbffee. County Attorney W.u. Early. County Clerk W. DMcChristy Sheriff M. H.Dentaan. Tax Collector "Win A. Bell. Tax Assessor George Kidd. -' Treasurer W ft. Ada...

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