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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 9 August 1907

SOME;'' SUGGESTIONS. A short cut to iorlunc through speculation ruins ninety per cent of those who start on that trail. Honest work and an account in this bank will bring success. The system of savings conducted by this bank is easy comprehensive and practical and has demonstrated itself to those who have adopted it. A checking account is not a hobby. It facilitates the transaction of your business and the keeping of your accounts and besides gives you business standing. The policy of this bank is to be strong; to be liberal; to be pronSt; to serve our customers well and truly; to grant as generous terms as are con- sistent with sound banking. We issue certificates of deposit. in imni h-h-h 1 1 1 1 m General News. ! The canvass of the returns showed a majority of 648 votes for Williams the total being as follows: Williams 59496; Var- daman 58848. The Mississippi Democratic I tate executive committee met at ipiooii today and declared Con- gressman John Sharp Williams m the party nomi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 9 August 1907

I One Way Rate l Via- v W. Cures Tetter Eczema itch (all kinds) DewPolson Pimples Ring- worm Skin Eruptions Chap- ped Faces and Hands Sore Sweatty Swollen DONT 5CRATCH HOOPEfCTETTER M A CURE CURES UIL5KIN pi AND If DOT AN 5CALP f W Dt Blistered Feet. Cotton Pickers TROUBLES Pick 4 More Cotton by Using It For Sale by CAMP THERE is no fairer country or more delightful climate on earth lan th.at of Colorado during the Seated term. tf Hundreds of places of interest to the sight-seer engage his at- tention and interest him while at the same time he is fanned by cooling breezes rich in life- giving ozone fresh from the realms of perpetual snow tg The entire State is a mass of picturesque scenery affording an endless delight to Hose who are interested in the sublime vagaries of Nature for in Colo- rado Nature seems to have ex- hausted herself in th.e produc- tion ofth.e sublime and beautiful 4 The lofty peaks of the far- famed Rockies forming the Continental Divide lower sky- ward and stre...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 9 August 1907

a; Hot Weather Necessities. Ik Some fine properties on Fisk street for sale by Chambers Commission Co. J. H. Grant to Brady this morning on a brief business trip. "Mothers Bread "'all mothers like it. Made and sold by Brownwood Bakery. Oak Lewis of "Winchell was in thexcity last night on business. We have some valuable prop- erty oh Mellwood Avenue. Chambers Commission Co. Mrs. Raby and children of Ballinger-are in the city on a -visit to relatives. Hf you want a home of any "kind see Chambers Commission Co. W. G. Churchill went to Brady this morning on business for the .compress. If your eyes trouble you see Dr. "Winters over Brooke Smith Bank. . Forrest Adams went to Brady today on business for the Adams Grocery Co. Dr. Farris the first last and only Osteopathic physician in - Brown County. Phone 568. d&wtf Miss Hunter of Winchell re-' " turned to ner home this morn t ing after a visit to the family of John W. Goodwin. vSome fine farms n the Brown- wood country at bargain pric...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 10 August 1907

11 Acres of Fime Land All ia cultivation in FMc field arar town. Prict W75.0O. Can rive teims. How doe this strike nn ? E.B. HENLEY CO. New 7-room House And lot well locited close in. price $1760.00 Easy terms. See it. E. B. HENLEY & CO. NO. 255 BROWNWOOD. TEXAS SATURDAY. AUGUST 10 J907. VOL. 7. BULLETIN. ! DAILY - . . . . . - : : a " Man Writes Letter. S. G. S. Thomas 1ms rocelvm.l a letter i'oni a man :.igniiu: ti.)imf a." "Lurk." wlr.cli s;.ys l;c i on tlie trace oi Uia hoise that -was stolen from Thomas' stable 't': a few days u:;. The letter was mailed at May IVxas and sad address him at jisi".. 0-ipc Timnjas went to Cisco to .see tin man. Int he could not - 1. ?!. A card was droppei in tlu cffie there for him and. lie nev- sr came for it. The letter is a kind of a n.s- tfcry and Mr. Thomas is not go Siir-. but that the wr.u ii'iow fc'Oioth'ng about his ho;o and nuggy. Let it Alone. When you hear a man Bay let it alone you can rest assured he is not talking about the cold d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 10 August 1907

r .1 i rr i Daniel Baker ibr 5ois BrownwoodJ High Grade thorough work Full Courses for Bachelor degrees. ' Students are advanced by studies and not held back in one thing because deficient in .others. . Preparatory Department for those not ready for College Classes. . Conservatory teachers in Music Oratory and Art ' ' i' ' Last years enrollment the largest in our history. Catalogue ready. S. . Chandler Pres. d261wtf The Daily Bulletin PRINTING CO. Props. Catered at the Brownwood Postoffice as Second-Class Mail Matter. Will H. Mates Managing Editor H. F. Mayes Business Manager. C A. TUNNELi. City Editor. E. E. KIRK.PATRICK Asso. Ed. W. R. Dula Foreman Mech. Dept. E C. Seitz Dally Circnlator. Imbacrlption per Month fide Saturday Aug. 10 1907. The Farmers Union will meet next year at College Station. Ed W. Brown of Ardmore I. T. aged 27 years was accidental- ly shot Wednesday morning near Hawley Jones county and died from the effects of the wound. All work is still suspended on the str...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 10 August 1907

SSSSiSB3SSSSSSSSasSSBBSfillSSt Smmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm o:o::o:::.o:oo:o:o:o::o:o:o: :: ::::::6:o::o::: . 9 .9 9 9 9 9 9 ft 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9' 9 9 9 9 Yi 1 1 1 1 1 j 1 1 1 1 1 w TO BE Perfectly at Ease A man must feel that his attire i-Mve suspicion. If he feels vre's anything wrong he has an idea that every- body must see it. IF YOU GET OUR FURNISHINGS Here you'll never have the slightest doubt as to their correctness. Men who know always come here for their "fixings." They know that styles are always right qualities always good and prices always very moderate. The Place of Quality J Aackghear. 7 THE MAN'S Or TTKTTTETP 9 ft 9 ::::::::::::.: ::::. SINKING OF COLUMBIA SHIP Mtu Nannie McLennan Tells Her Ex- perience. tr Never did two cousins appear fo be more joyed at seeing one another than did Miss Nannie McLennan of Waco Texas and Mrsv J. M. Brooks of Clifton same state when the Astoria train reached Portland at noon. Miss McLennan and Mrs. Brooks were both on their way to Van couver B. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 10 August 1907

The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY' Proprietors. Boomeranging the Texas Press j ..... o filtered at the Brownwood Postoffice as Second Class Mail Matter. viboription Per Month . . .60c WILL H. MAYES Managing Editor. . H. F. MAYES Business Manager. C. A. TUNKELL. City Editor. C- C.. SEITZ Daily Circulator. E. E. KIRKPATRICK Associate Editor. " W. R. DtJLA. Foreman Mech. Dept. TALKING ABOUT THE WEATHER. . Wherever you find a group of people these days they are busy talking about the weather and especially about the dry weather. Prom the earnestness manifested one would conclude that this is about the first spell of dry weather this country has ever experienced. The fact that about six or seven weeks ago the same conditions existed appears to have been forgotten as well as the fact that the rains came soon after in the greatest abundance. It is also overlooked that almost the entire state is undergoing the same kind of weather we are having here and that in most of the state the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 10 August 1907

' '" V 7 . . - ' - M SOME SUGGESTIONS Officers? A short cut to fortune through speculation ruins ninety per cent of those who start on that trail. Honest work and an account in this bank will bring success. The system of savings conducted by this bank is easy comprehensive and practical and has demonstrated itself to those who have adopted it. A checking account is not a hobby. It facilitates the transaction of your business and the keeping of your accounts and besides gives you business standing. The policy of this bank is to be strong; to be iibjj1 to be prompt; to serve our customers well and truly; to grant as generous terms as are con-" -sihjuct with sound banking. f TV C. YANTIS President J. C. WEAKLEY ; 1st Vice Pres. j J. A. WALKER - ! 2nd Vice Pres. MILLARD HOMINES Cashier I WM. B. CROSS Assfc Cashier A. P. FORD Asst. Casnter. 'We issue certificates of deposit. The Brownwood National Bank. i Uncle John MuDins. accom- panied by his wife and a. uiiiiriod daughter arrived yest...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 10 August 1907

20 Per Cent Cash 20 EMPIRE FURNITURE CO. Will allAW ft iAni A. ARIJCr SAUE. The entire stock included except 4 or 5 lines of fac- tory priced goods on which there is no discount. Begins Aug. 5th Close Sept. 1st. EMPIRE FURNITURE CO. I I tun UtCO OCT DUO I L IU ILL IIL lull 111 Special Sale of linen and Napkins. rV We are making special price reductions on all Table Linen and Napkins. This is an op- portunity for botel keepers and housekeepers to save good money and get the best linens the market affords. 1 Fine Double Warp Linens 2 yards -wide in plain and fancy weaves all are Satin finished and the price reductions are striking. I Gilliam Bros- j Wake Up. "here is no "Dull Season" to those "who hustle. Advertise. fting down and "cussing" the weather won't help you. f Push. ep your eye on what the other fellow is doing. Watch. hen an opportunity arrives grab it and put it to work Do it Quick. n't wait until' the other fellow does it. Beat him to it Don't pike. thing is worth doing d...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 10 August 1907

3 3Summer Bargams-3 -4 BARGAIN NO. 2. BARGAIN NO. i. Reduced Pfices on all Summer Weight Skirts. We have a supply of light weight skirts of excel- lent material finely finished and handsomely made. Very little money will get choice of these skirts. . Ladies Low Quarter Shoes Worth regularly $150 to $3.50 b"ut put on a counter and priced to sell at $ 1.00 for choice. These shoes are pertect in every way except they are slight- ly soiled. Every pair worth double what we ask. BARGAIN NO. 3. 1 : Summer Dress Goods Are now being offered at reduced prices. If you contemplate buying dress materials see our Jine.. .It will be a saving to .you. No trouble to show .our goods. Ik Rogers Dry Goods VI! IE Co. Some fine properties on Fisk street for sale by Chambers Commission Co. kisses Tyty and Etheridge Mayes returned yesterday from a visit to friends at Bangs. Sunday Chambers has houses to rent. several nice Mothers Bread'' all mothers like it. Made and sold by Brownwood Bakery. Mr. and Mrs. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 12 August 1907

i DAILY BULLETIN. I li Acres of Fine Land A1I ia cultivation in Fisk field sear town. Price &475.0O. Cam give tetms. How doe this strike y0U J E.B. HENLEY & CO. New 7-room House And lot well located ciose 10. Price $17150.00 Easy term. See it. E. B.HENLEY & CO. VOL. 7. BROWNWOOD. TEXAS MONDAY AUGUST J 2 1907. NO. 256 D I 0 D D l r Fight at City Hall A fight occurred at the city hall this morning between George Davis and a colored man by the name of Dan Harris. The negro refused to fight and the only two licks that were passed were by Davis who plead guilty in the city cuuru Mrs. Jim Whaley has gone to Bangs for a visit to relatives and friends. Mr. Whaley will join ; her there tonight and they will j 1 j Let it Alone. When j-oti hear a man say let it alone you can rest assured he is not talking abont the cold drinks served at McMlnn's for they are conceded to be the very best that are served anywhere. They have made a careful study of the business and have the reputation...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 12 August 1907

I 1 iff vaiirci bami luircyc Brownwood Texas. nun High Grade thorough work Full Courses for Bachelor degrees. Students are advanced by studies and not held back in one thing because deficient in others. Preparatory Department for those not ready for College Classes. Conservatory teachers in Music Oratory and Art. ' 1 Announcement. The Palace Music & Stationery Company composed of Rupert Batton and Lee Worrell has se- cured quarters on East Baker street next toHallum &Langtry. They are putting in a complete stock of up-to-date music and musical instruments. They will also have everything in the way of magazines and a full line of stationery. Messrs. Batton and Norrell are pleasant and energetic young men and ask for your business in their Jine. Last yearsenrolIment the Cataloguefready. largest in our history. S. E. Chandler Pres. A SACRIFICE of 25 percent on Hammocks at Looney's Hardware. A Barbecue Store. A new department has been added at -Ratliff & RatlifTs market They...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 12 August 1907

o:o:o:o:o:o:.o:o:o:o:o:o:o:o:o:e:e: :::::e:o:o::o::: . e O o o o o 0 0 o Yesterday is Gone Tomorrow Never Comes Today is Here And with it the opportunity of buying cool summer tog- gery. Will you buy the lot- . est up-to-date furnishing goods or will you slumbe along taking whatever they hand you when for the same price or perhaps a little less you can be placed among the' swell dressers of today by stepping in at the Man's Out- fitter. We are first with the latest in everything in the Gents Furnishing line. Styles and the price wll meet with your approval 9 9 o ! iai::::::::::::.: i:::::::-:::::: The Place of Quality J. 4. Blackshear. THE MAN'S OUTFITTER. G ' ' AT CIMR New Grand Stand and Stalls Be- ing Built Today. THE HORSES ARE ARRIVING And the Outlook ia Bright for a' Great Racing Program Advertiser Have Been Sent All Directions. DRIVE WAY FINISHED Opened and Cleared of Rubbish and Brush Saturday. SLOUGHS GAN RE GROSSED Axd Everythiaf it ia Readings Far the Big Ren me Which Ope...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 12 August 1907

t I 1 - i Confidence is Essential BBBTBBBBh bBBBBT M ?BBBT BBBB; aSBBBBM vBR fBBvBBBBBBW The interest that conservative shoppers have taken in the past two weeks plainly shows the confidence they have in Looney Mercantile" Co They know we only sell first class merchandise and a sacrifice in price means a great saving to them. We are compelled to unload our Summer goods and will continue to offer these extreme low" prices on all light weight goods in every department. A Visit means a purchase. Looney Mercantile Co The Home of High Grade Merchandise- The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY! Proprietors. Entered at the Brownwood Postoffice as Second Class Mail Matter. ebeeription Per Month 50c WILL H. MAYES Managing Editor. H. F. MAYES Business Manager. C. A. TUNNELL. City Editor. I. C. SEITZ Daily Circulator. E.E. KIRKPATRICK Associate Editor. W. R DULA Foreman Mech. Dept. DOES HEAT PRODUCE CRIME? s There la not a bit of doubt but that heat produoes irritability and that irritabilit...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 12 August 1907

a : . : . : ' 1 ' : . ' I Sharp Advance in Government Bonds.' Capital and Surplus $200000.00 HELO IN CONTEMPT Members of Brownwood Band Arrested for Violating Writ APPEAR IN COURT TODAY To Shew Cause Why They ShteM Not be PHBkhed far Contempt Cevrt Trouble is Over Tub Hem. Five of the Brownwood band hoys were arrested this morning on warrants charging them with contempt of court The arrests resulted from a suit in court wherein Jim McGaxritr sought to recover a tuba horn the ver- dict being favorable to McGarri- ty and the horn ordered turned over to the sheriff. When Sher- iff Emison went for the horn it could not be found and he re- ported the same to -Judge Brum- field whereupon warrants of ar- rest were issued. The boys for wham warrants were issued are W. E. Boyd 3Iarshall Castro Brooke Smith Jack Bsgsdale and John Snyder. A hearing is set far 4 o'clock this afternoon when they will appear in court and show cause why they should not be punished. Notice to Public. Tom. Eatliff a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 12 August 1907

20 Per Cent Cash 1 EMPIRE FURNITURE CO. k A JA ; r VI r r Will allow 20 per cent discount for cash purchases during their AUGUST CLEARING SAJUE. The entire stock included except 4 or 5 lines of fac- tory priced goods on which there is no discount. Begins Aug. 5th Closes Sept. 1st. empire: furniture co. Special Sale of Linen and Napkins. A A . We are making special price -: reductions on all Table Linen and Napkins. This is an op- portunity for hotel keepers and housekeepers to save good money and get the best linens the market affords. Fine Double Warp Linens 2 yards wide in plain and fancy -weaves all are Satin finished and the price reductions are striking. ; .- Gilliam Bros- i I Q o J e. I Wake Up. There is no "Dull Season" to those who hustl Advertise. Sifting down and "cussing" the weather won't! help you. Push. Keep your eye on what the other fellow is doing; Watch. ; When an opportunity arrives grab it and put it to work. Do it Quick. j Don't wait until the other fellow does ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 12 August 1907

I 1 The Dispatches Tell Us Of a man who committed suicide because of his height and the watm weather If this man had lived in Brownwood there would have been no necessity for him to have committed suicide. The Rogers Dry Goods Co. tore has in stock light weight Clothing for large men which will add to the comfort of those who wear it no matter how warm the weather. If you are in the "heavy weight class" and have not been able to get a suit that will fit you come and let us have a trial. We also have Clothing for medium sized men; in fact our stock of Clothing includes sizes to fit and fit comfortably boys and fmen of all ages and sizes We sell the famous and popular KUPPENHEIMER Clothing; Rogers Dry Goods Co. n Dr. Farris the first last and only Osteopathic physician in Brown County. Phone 568. d&wtf Mr. Tat Huling a prominent Tsnchman of Toyah was in the ity yesterday as the guest of his sister Mrs. J. A. Abney. L. F. Boatright and spent Sunday in Blanket wife If .you want a ho...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 13 August 1907

DAILY BULLETIN. 11 Acres of Fine Land All In cultivation in Fisk field near town. Price $475.00 Can give terms. How does this strike on ? E.B. HENLEY & CO New 7-roora How And lot well located close in. Price$1750.00. Easy terms. See it. E. B. HENLEY & CO. VOL. 7. BROWN WOOD. TEXAS TUESDAY AUGUST 13 1907. NO. 257 Will Sprinkle Street. The council at the meeting last night instructed the water com- m iff no fr Vioim oil 4-Un. : 1 I ctafee;w;ii-: 'u L A Early Risers in Brownwood See COMET IS VIEWED streets sprinkled during the first two days o the reunion. The dust has been so bad that unless this measure was taken or a rain came the streets would have been almost impassable on ac- count of the dustf One for Several Nights. 1$ MANY WILL LOOK T few people have ever seen them therefore a great many of those who read this will watch for the comet tonight. The Bulletin man did hot see the comet un derstand but -we are told by reliable parties that it has beep seen for several morni...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 13 August 1907

1 . ." Three Days Reunion. The next three days promises to be the greatest event of its kind ever had in Brown wood. Xf e extend a cordial invitation to all visitors to make iour store headquarters while here and we will take pleasure in showing you through our immense stock in its various depfeients. You cannot fail to be interested in the special prices we are making on all Summer Dress gocfss Slippers light weight Clothing and Men's Low Cuts. Just received a ship- ment of long kid gloves Looney Mercantile Co. The Home of High Grade Merchandise. The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors. 'Entered at the Brownwood Postoffice as Second Class Mail Matter. nbscription Per Month. .50c WILL'H. MAYES Managing Editor. H. F. MAYES Business Manager. C. A. TDNNELL. City Editor. E. C. SEITZ Daily Circulator. E. E. KIRKPATRICK Associate Editor. W. R. DULA Foreman Mech. Dept. According to the Galveston Tribune a monster man-eating stiark was caught by a crab fisherman at Galveston a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 13 August 1907

14. oe:o::o:o:o:.e o 9 ssBBBBsKrBBBBBBW iBf .KXy Yesterday is Gone Tomorrow Never Comes Today is Here And with it the opportunity of buying cool summer tog- gery. Will you buy th& lat est up-to-date furnishing goods or will you sltimbe along taking whatever they hand you when for the same price or perhaps a little less you can be placed among the swell dressers of today by stepping in at the Man's Out- fitter. We are first with the latest in everything in the Gents Furnishing line. Styles and the price will meet with your approval The Place of Quality X "BlackiheaP. x THE MAN'S OUTFITTER. :::::::: :: :::::::::::e: V ;;;'.;;;::;:;.; :: .'::;::':.'::'::' Si GAME ARTIST Man Who is Traveling Through The Country Gets the Coin. I IN Mrs. Ed Hall is Bruised and Sus- tains Ankle Sprain. Buy a Boat. BUGGY TURNED OVER ON HER Otfeer Ladies Were Bruised But Not Seriously InjuredHorse Took Fright and Ran Away. Mrs. Ed Hall was quite ser- iously injured in a runaway ac- cident late yesterday ...

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