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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 12 May 1904

. iii 111 . - VOL. 4. RROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY MAY 12. 1904. NO. 177 3. BRJN'S GREAT MAY SALE :::: tl eae rxti sZe "o ii v hZ (isrrss i - ' IS A GRAND SUCCESS- i the store yet? There are lots of opportunities there nil: I for. the economical buyers. Brin gives no discounts offers no baits hut he makes prices that sell the goods OVER AMJL COMPETITORS. Haye you yisited Yours for a Big May Businen's Sam ivb l v m- i i J ' :sis:ssssss::ssssssssss Brin I THIS WEEK I Mia mmm mm 1 SPECIAL John B. Stetson Hat at $2.75 Big line of "Lion Special" $3 Hats at 1 .00 -Big line of-"Big Bear" $2.50 Hats at - :.: 1-00 Big line of Straw goods from 10c to- 2.50 Cluett Collars for men stand- ing only the 25c kind at J5c two for - 25c AH This Week 10J20and25PerCent. Discount on Men's new- Spring and Summer weight Clothing. FOR THB BOYS: Big line of Boy's Crash and Pique Suits ages 5 to regular 75 to $1.25 values at - - 50c Line of Boy's White Waists regular 50c and 75c values at . - 25c See If It Isn't ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 12 May 1904

The Daily Bulletin Entered at the firownwood postofficeas second-class mail matter. Published every afternoon except Sun day at Brown wood Texas by Mayes Printing Company. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. . One Month. y One Year. 5o 6.20 BOB MARTIN CAUGHT. into the room where -several men could be heard -talking unan- nounced and found Martin one of the men. He quietly submitted to arrest and' was brought home last night by Mr. Denman. SALT BKANCH. Rev. Tate preached at Mt. 5ion .10 Sunday. Rev. Lemons of Bangs was here Monday. The"cold nights are retarding the growth of cotton. Miss Susan Tate visited friends Broke Jail Wiih Bill Taylor Three at Waidrip the past week. Years MO Aeaill BeM Bars -KoDerts and tamily of Mex- Since the escape of nine prison- ico visited friends here last week atr fmm ih nW Rrnwn onnntv . Mr. Am zie iNunnelly made a jail about tdree years ago Sheriff business trip to Savilla Sunday Denman has been searching high 1 arternoon. and low to effect tneir capture. jiir w ais...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 12 May 1904

mm'gf- - y - ' - ; - ; ' - 1 . V and Devoted to the Entertainment and Helpfulnes s of Brown- 't wood Women and Their Friends. Edited by MISfTJESS Mr. Uamp and John Rosebor- ouglj returned from a few days camp. They caught between 40 and 50 pounds of fish. A crowd opmposed of Mr. and Mrs. Bailey Misses Parker Wil- kinson and Koseborough Messrs. BeliCoggin and Stone leave this jafterabon for a few days camp in JSJxrWalter Taber'spasture. Mrs. Miller and Miss Hume nieces of Mrs. Henderson of Brady will pass through tonight on their way home to Kentuoky. They have been visiting Mrs. of many social honors wfcile there. The Howard Payne chapel was fairly well filled last night to hear Mr. Kentaro Shioi a native of Japan but a graduate of Brown University and William Jewell t college. Mr. Shioi. is a most m- ' J. A" 1 J 1 leresung speaker ana nis lecture was thoroughly enjoyed by all tte only regret being that more persons did not hear him. He appeared in native dress and gave ma lecture o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 12 May 1904

I J- - 'I- 1 WeeLre Showing -A. big line of men's Underwear in Bal-r - " briggans Lisle-Net and Nanesook at ; ; . 25c and up as high as you please and I" -. everj' garment is a trifle better than . ' any we have shown before at the same .prices. Select 3our Underwear now. HOWARD & GILLIAM BROS. . We sell goods worth the money Huy.lers Sundae-the the Beasun at Camp's: "hit" oF (1178 Ludwig piano at Kuos resi- dence. Call and inspect it. H. B Gerke Miss Kate Cooper of Pilut Point is a guest of the Misses Soott tliis week-. Marshell & Wendell piano at Judge fiarrell's residence on rial. Call and see it. H B. lerke. j Men's shoes half soled for 55o 'ladies shoes half-soled for 35c by Ira W. Hall at Weakley Hardware (Vs. MissLula Curry left this morn- ing for Stephenville to' assist Miss Chandler in a musical and eloou tionary recital. BROWKW00D LODGE Notices under this heading will be nbHshed at $io per year. Orders car- rying these standing notices will not be charged for notic...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 14 May 1904

fr DAILY BULLETIN. VOL. 4. RROWNWOOD TEXAS SATDUAY MAY 14. 1904. NO. 179 t V . ' . . . . oaaasa I I JI!!:!!!!!!!'''' !::!'!!!!l!!t!!!!:!!!:!t!!!!:!!t!:!"!!?::!!!!!:!!!!!!!r!t!!!t:!!!.?!!!!!!!t!'l! !!! J S ! f !!!! I !!!!! S !!!!!!?! J !?!;;;!!!!! J ! t ! J J J y . . I I ... f I WHEN YOU BUY SHOES BUY GOOD SHOES. 1 . a.. a. X . a.. x ax x ax x x X ax r TRY JK PAIR I Get either a "WALKOVER" at $3.50 and 4.00 or an "Atlantic" at $3.50 and you will-have the best Shoe for the money you ever put onjrour foot. Few shoes are as good at any price and no shoe has a better guarantee back of it than these have. " BRIN HAS THE ABOVE SHOES in any style any width any leather any size. FOR A SHOE THAT'S GUARANTEED TO BE GOOD SEE SAM BRJN. X It) f CA. - - - . I - " mill- 11 II J a...x : l?S:i ::::::::::::;;:;;;;;:;:;;:;;::;;;::;:;:::: :: 2 ::::: i i :. i .. s S;V5? - I tstiiil.ill v -!!SS22iJtiS 1 9m Spring Housekeeping Is Or Perhaps You Wan t FLOOR COVERINGS! We Offer You for the NEXT TEN DAYS 3 Ka...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 14 May 1904

5 Given Awav Write us or ask an Alalmstlno dealer X)i particulars and free sauijtle card ol tGe Snuitarv Waif Cuathie Dcsror9dIeaccennB and vermin. Never grubs or scale. Y"u can appty It nils wltb Jcoltl water llut'ful cflect In white and delicate tints. Not a d!eaPe-hrecd!nK.out- !of-date liot-waTer Kill? preparation. lSuy i Alaliantlne In 5-'". packages properly la- IlH?lled.of paint hardware and druK dealer. r'HInt on Decorftflnjr.'" and our Arttots Idea free. lHIuSTt5EC0.Crna Binlda Jllth. QorlOS WmtTt..T. The hurray OHE-STORY GIK OUTFIT. iii- 43 Witc Frio HE HURRAY COMPANY. DALLAS. TEXAS. We would teach the lady who buys. ' Lesson muabcr one Starch is an extraction of wheat used to Etif- fen clothes when laundered. Most starches in time will rot the 4 goods they are used to 'stiffen. Thfiv M contain' JUK - ... cnemicals. Defiance StftrrrH is absolutely pureJ It gives new life to linen. It cives satisfac tion or money back. It sells 1G ounces fof 10 cents at ell grocers. It is t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 14 May 1904

IS '4: --"-.-v.v-;.- .r V 44 : ' J' Jim i n.j .agu- ..- "-y;. -v' When a man goes to a funeral ha thinks it necessary to assume a w6a- begone expression. You never- hear any one complain about "Defiance Starch." There ia none to equal it in quality and quan- tity 16 ounces 10 cents. Try it now and save your money. The man who fails in an undertak- ing always wants to be give one more chance. ALL EYES ON SOUTHWEST TEXAS The San Antonio and Aransas Pass Railway traverses the artesian water belt and early market gardening coun- try. Health climate schools and churches unsurpassed. Send a two cent stamp and get our Aricultural Folder. E. J. Martin G. P. A. San An- tonio Texas. Men like to feel that advice to a woman is an evidence of true friend- ship. . ' . "Whitsitt's Eczema Remedy is the on- ly positive cure. Money refunded In case of failure. Price 50c. Atldrers Whitsitt's Pharmacy. Ft. Worth Tex. Nothing is so easy to believe a3 .'the news of ah enemy's misfortune. Try me just once...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 14 May 1904

MISTROT CO. Slaughtering Sale Grand BROS OIVIvY 1 Days Longer Entire stock marked down without regard to former prices. Counter Sale throughout our entire stock. Plain Figures marked Down Prices Look out for the big price ticket in plain figures they mean a money saving to you on Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Millinery men and ladies Underwear Entire stock on sale "at the lowest prices ever made in Brownwood on spring and summer goods. WE ARE AFTER YOUR TRADE with the biggest inducement ever made to the people of Brownwood and surrounding country. WE GUARANTEE you more goods for the same money better goods for less money than any concern in Brownwood. We are here with the goods to demonstrate the facts we are here to show you. If you are from Missouri or from Texas or from Kalamazco come see convince yourself. We guarantee to deliver the goods from the whole cloth at less money than ever bought m this section of the state. -We are in a position to do you good and help ourselves a double ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 14 May 1904

1 SOME DAY. Some day when things are very dull And very scarce is news And vacant is the brightest Bkull And far afield the muse These words perhaps in every land The startled wires will rattle "They've had another skirmish and The Kussians won a battle." Some. day when airships are about As common as can be And nothing startles man from out His wonted lethargy Some man will rouse us out of hand With just this simple prattle "They've had another skirmish and The Russians wen a battle." Sbme day when yarns are being spun Some enterprising chap Will solemnly reel off this one And forthwith make mayhap Of yarns the old Munchausen brand Seem commonplace as cattle "Thev've had another skirmish and The Russians won a battle." Will S. Adkins in Houston Cbroniole. J Episcopal Church The Rev. Jno. Power has taken charge of St. John's church Brownwood. Services will be held regularly on the first and third Sundays of the month. Services tomorrow at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. All are welcome. .C. P....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 14 May 1904

The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COv Publishers. BROW rOOD TEXAS The other great American national game is now on. This one has no kitty. With a capital of $5000000 the hero uusiness offers a line opening for young men. woman never wades around the edges of an argument. She dives in and then swims out if she can. The man .who spends his time think ing what he would do if he had a mil- lion dollars never gets a million dol- lars. An up:tb-date Boston undertaker now describes himself as a "morti- cian." His Latin is as bad as his taste. It was peculiarly appropriate that an inventor of air ships should have been blown up by an empty whisky barrel. - The St. Dunstan edition of Dickens 130 volumes at $1000 a volume will hardly become popular in circulating libraries. Dean Tufts of Chicago university describes flirting as good mental ex- ercise. Then the dean evidently favors coeducation. A -woman' always thinks she could save a great deal of money if the man .who earns it for her spent...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 14 May 1904

f DEBUT OF ENGLISH BEAUTY I A GREAT SOCIAL EVENT .J LESSON Vk MAY 15. Golden Text. Come and let us return unto the Lord. Hos. 6:t Gown fcr Short Woman. A certain very rich American wom- an living abroad vent to lier Paris dressmaker last fall and asked him to make her a becoming gown. "I look short in everything." said she "and very stout. Make something which will become my style well." The man dressmaker thought and thought and finally he achieved a Sown. which wlien put on answered the purpose admirably. It lengthened the woman and made her look more slender. This gown which was made of taffeta "was nearly four inches upon the floor in front The back fell away in a very long and very graceful line. The skirt while it was full was fitted around the hips and the fullness all came in down below. The result was charming. Nine Gored Walking Skirt. "Walking skirts that provide gener- ous fulness and flare and yet are snug over the hins make the latest and most graceful shown lustrated ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 14 May 1904

'Next WeekSire Yon will need a pair of oxford ties and from the numbers of pairs we are selling this store must be about the best place to pet your wants sup plied. We sell Hanaus at o.OO and- Thompsons at 4.00 great shoes at the price anil the price is a good deal to pay but they are the best. HOWARD BROWiWOOD LODGE JIDlRliCIORY. Notices under this heading! will be published at $10 per year. Orders car- rying these standing notices will not be charged for notices of extra and called meetings. Others will be charged regu- or advertising rates. w o. w. Pecan Vallev Camp No. 45 meets In Maccabee Hall the first and third hursday nights in each month. Geo. Walters Coun.Com. A. E. "Wilson Clerk. r ! J TT T.LI. Kanroaa time laoie. SAXTA FE . 7G East-bonnd leaves at 7:35 a. in. ;i-75j-A.rrives From the East 9:30 p. m. : . THROUGH TRAINS East-bound arrives 7:15 p. m. . Departs 7:35 p. in. -57 "West-bonnd arrives 9:30 a. in. Departs 9:45 a. m. FRISCO. North-bound leaves 5:30 a. m. South-boun...

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

DAILY BULLETIN. f :4 r I 5w rl 1 . v.- 3 I L VOL. 4. RROWNWOOD TEXAS. MONDAY MAY S6. 1904. NO. 180 rrrrssssssrssssssf it S!!!'!!!!!!!!!!!'"!?!!!'' !!!!!!! S !!!! t !!!!! t !!!!!!!!!! M!! f !!!!???? j J ?!! i ! !!!!!! J? r fiIEMSJ -:vf WORN WOP . pot vax sxias7n vMgf TRY A RASR WHEN YOU BUY SHOES BUY GOOD SHOES. Get either a "WALKOVER" at $3.50 and $4.00 or an "Atlantic" -at $3.50 and you will have the best Shoe for the money you ever put on your foot. Few. shoes are as good at any price and no shoe has a better guarantee back of it than these have. BRIN HAS THE ABOVE SHOES in any style any width any leather any size. FOR A SHOE THAT'S GUARANTEED TO BE GOOD SEE - SAM BRIN. I J m . .... mm A 9 ' - mm Jlsiiiifilliisiiisi SM8tv . Spring Housekeeping Is Orv Perhaps You Waryi FLOOR CO VERIN6 We Offer You for the NEXT TEN DAYS 3 Kashmire Art Squares 9x12 size regular 15.00 values at $12.50 5 Remnant of 3-quarter Mosquettes & Velvets from 16 to 25 yards lengths regular 1.25 values QC yo...

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

1 I 5 i i iim i i I I " ViPTC B'lJWSK.Wftjf'.WJ I Till I III I II I II I IM Mll I I Ilium I Hill I III I I nHBB hmmiii GrRIOr jMIOjSTJEY jSAVIKG- IKTIUOKtli;jT FOR EOOISCOJIO-AJC BUYBRS OX Dry Goods Clothing and Shoes. Be sure and take advantage of the low prices prevailing during this sale Counter Sale throughout the stock. Plain Figure marked down price. SPECIAL 300 Ladies Walking- Skirts all nobby stj-les and weaves in frrey black colors retail values 6.50 and 7.50 on sale at less than 1-3 off original prices 0.9S 300 Garments Ladies Muslin Un- derwear Gowns and Skirts retail price 70c. 1.25 MSless 1-3 off orig- inal prices counter sale at 4Sc 69c 9Sc 25 Dozen Ladies Bleach rib Vests taped neck richelieu rib loc grade on sale this week 3 for 25c 50 Dozen Ladies rib "Vests lace stripe taped neck on sale each 5c 20 Dozen Ladies fast black Hose seamless lisle finish 15c grade coun- ter sale a pair 10c 0 prs to a customer only 50c 25 Dozen Ladies black Hose fast black seamless 12q gr...

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

SOCIETY and Devoted to the Entertainment and Helpfulness of B rown- wood Women and Their Friends. Edited by MISS BESS Mr. McCartney returned lastand it exceeded any other col night from San Angelo. Mr. and Mrs. James Baker have returned from a visit in Dublin. Mr H. A. Newby came in this morning to spend a few days with liomefolks. Mrs. ; Vernon spent Saturday and Sunday in the city and re- turned to Dublin today. Miss Venable has returned from a winter in St. Louis where she has been studying. Mr Gehrke leaves today for Chicago to be gone a few weeks. .He will-then return to Brown -wood The Cumberland aid society have their monthly paper this afternoon. " The subject for to- day is China. Rev. Robertson preached a very strong sermon on "Infant Baptism" yesterday morning at the Presbyterian church. Mr. Tingely ahd wife of Bow- ser are in the city. Mrs. Tinge- ly -leaves in the morning for Illinois to visit relatives. Mr. AfflecK came in Saturday on a business trip and returns Jo Bon...

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

NEW SHAPES in a Hawes' S3. Came via ex- press tbis morning a beauty and a splendid Hat. Our Ox- ford stock is complete inolud- ' -ing patent leathers colts kids and tans. Hanans are 85.00 Thompsons are S4 and cheap- er ones to match these grades at S2 up to $3.50 HOWARD GILLIAM BROS v We sell goods worth the money Me BR0WNW00D LODGEfpiRBCIORY. . Notices under this heading? will be published at $10 per year. Orders car- rying these standing notices will not be ckarged for notices of extra and called ' meetings. Others will be charged regu- W advertising rates. w. o. w. "Pecaa Vmiky Camp No. 45 meets . 2m Mocafeoe Mali the first and third Thuredftjvtrigh ts ia each mouth. . - : Geo. Walters Coun.Com. : A. E. -Wilson Clerk. Railroad Time Table. SANTA FE 7Gr . 7:35 a. .9:30 p. in. m. in. in. in. m. 75 Arrives Prom the East . . THROUGH TRAINS 'fS. East-bound arrives 7:15 p. Departs 7:35 p. "77 "West-bound arrives 9:3Q a. Departs 9:45 a. FRISCO. 2orth-hound leaves 5:30 a. m. South-bound A...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 17 May 1904

DAILY BULLETIN. tS5 . . I L ATOL. 4. RRQWNWOOD TEXAS. TUESDAY MAY 17. 1904. no. m fluVk.: t'f !!!!!t?j!!?!!!!!?! t ! t t ! t I ?!!!! t t ! !!!!!:!!!!!?!!!!! t !! t ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! t t ! ! M ! ! ! ! S f ! ! ! ! ! ! ! M ! ! ! ! ; J ? ! ! ! ! I ? J J J J ." ' . . ?'td r" 1 In passing our store when you want Shoes? We have them guaranteed against all defects at low prices. We have them in all leathers all sizes all toes high or low cut We have theShoes that please II SAM BRIN. P-: ; - i - i i ii y . . ScooeccoooocoeeSeocee " 1 . - ' - . i . m - - - IM1 gr-yiTL jeSmKSSBSMm g3lEBHuaaiaia I I c Spring Housekeeping Is Orv Perhaps You Wcrt ubbr Heels! Once worn. always worn -Easy Xoisleesa Lasting. gross just re- ceived all sizes for both men and women. We will put a pair on for you while you wait only 50c a pair woods & Speck SHOEISTS. X0COKK0OOXO(OCOOft g Real Wea.f 8 L A '9 UMBRELLAS We want yon to buva uood Umbrella because we know. 2 you' will get satisfaction o from its' use. We ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 17 May 1904

THE DAILY BULLETIN. MAYES PRINTING CO. Proprietors. Entered at the Brownwood Poatoffice as second class tnail matter WILL H. MAYES Editor. CYRUS A. TUXXELL City Editor HERVEY F. MAYES MANAGER. THOS. A. DUDGEON Circulation Manager. A USEFUL BOOKLET. About the neatest most comprehensive and most useful piece of advertising matter that has come to the attention of the Bulletin for some time is a booklet from the banking house of Coggin Bros. & Ford. It is a plain statement of tne banking business showing the details which to many are regarded as enveloped in mystery. It is a convincing argument as to the advantages derived by the people from the banks and esnecially as to the benefits that accrue to the customers of the banks. A small portion of the booklet is given to statements concerning this particular bank of Coggin Bros. & Ford the principles upon which it has built its successful business iis methods in dealing with its customers and its ability to care for the interests...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 17 May 1904

IV l It It t ffl I ft I7 f .1 n & fx it A fT fx if A J n it A fT X A T A II W T ft II I T A it A ft fx t A ft fx i I A fl fx I i .A It fx t A ft fx it A fl fx tt A ft fx tt A ft fl i I SI S? J l A ll3l AI I t l A l II l II l A 1 II l 1 l l I II V 1 II t A l II l 1 l 1 l 1 l M 1 1 II l 1 II l IA l II IV 1 II Ii 1 II II II miiffffffiffffifffiifffiiiviimimiffiiiiffiiffriiffffiiffMifffffiviiiffffiivfiiiiiiiriyiTV z - a I I ii i : i.i . www w m w w i i mm MISTAKES S I 1 J : I 1 L ! J 1 Occur all during life but the most serious mistake you can make now IS TO FAIL TOoSEE the Grand Bargains we are offering at g & " S s PETTY'S AUCTION STORE A Few Reminders Thatiaf are the "real thing" when it comeijjp miking prices : 1200 jifcrdsSEmbroidery in Swiss and Hamburg the 10 and 12 1-2 cent.kind our price per yard. . 5o 1000 yards; Embroidery regular 16 2& and 20c kind per yard. . lOo 1000 yTards Embroidery regular 25 td 40c kind per yard 20c The 5 if 8 l3o kind at per yard. 2 l-2o In...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 17 May 1904

Another Shipment Of Thompson's patent kid ; ; ;' . low cut shoes new lasts and new patterns at 4.00. -They are the best to be had at the price; The highest notch is Hanan's at 5.00 5 new lasts in "patent and 2 in . plain kids and tans. Com- plete showing of new shirts hosiery and underwear. HOWARD GILLIAM BROS. We sell goods worth the money BR0WNW00D L0DGES6DIMCI0RY. Polices under this-' heading! will he published at 5 ro per year. Orders car- rying these standing notices will not be chsnred for notices of . extra and called meetings'. Others will be "Charged regn-! r advertising rates. . " NO. 4 meets W. O. W. - Pecan ."'Vallev Camp ta Maccabec II&ll the first and third 'EzmxmvKf aignts m each month. " - Spo. "Walters Coun.Coai. V-'vV'- - A. E. Wn.SC-' Cler.k Railroad Time Table. SANTA VE ?6. East-bound leaves at 75. Arrittes From the East . . .9:30 T. m THROUGH TRAINS J 1 S ast-oouna arrives :io p. xu. Departs 7:H& p. in. sj West-bound arrives 9:30 a. ui. I "c"" FRISCO. "K...

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