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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 13 August 1907

The Daily Bulletin AYKS PRINTING CO.. ProD9. tmered at the Brownwood Postotnce as Second-Class Mail Matter. Will H. Mayes Managing Editor H. F. Mavks Business Manager. C A. Tpnneli. Cjtv Editor.' E. E. KlRKPATRICK Asso. Ed. 97 R. 1DLA Foreman Mech. Dept. E v. SKITZ Dail Circnlator. Saoscription per Month .50c Tuesday Aug. 13 19dT. 1 1 I It It 1 1 I HH General News. ! H 4 I -H I I I It 1 11 'I'M' The Elks of Dallas have de- cided that a fund of $100000 must be raised to entertain National convention. The safe infthe depot of the Wichita Valley railroad at Has- kell was blown by professonal cracksmen and over $200 in cash was secured. The job bore all the marks of professionals and the men left no trail behind them which the officers have so far been able to follow. No word having been receiv- ed regarding the British freight steamer Nicaraguan since she passed the Virginia Capes June 8 hopes for her safety have been given up at Dublin where stie should have arrived hot later than Jun...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 13 August 1907

r it Sharp Advance in Government ttomls. I Capital and Surplus $200000.00 oMgsofJ Statea bonds' of 1330 Have increased in value from 1.05 in June to 1 06 the first of August. CDhia is gratifying to the stook- frZ 6ir kB atiPar r S100'000 while they are worth 8ix Jd two hundred and fifty dol- -j lars above par. This is another evidence of the conservative methods of the Brownwood National 'Bank's man- bvThowi t&yr WOllLd 66 aliJlby th6 Unit6d States 8vernment to carry these bond at market value there- l ' Ja mifl ing T!LU6-a KhV-d blkept Very low and 80 th0y oa"y theee at Pr or $100000. This same bank reduced the value of their banking house one third of -its cost during the hard j ears- and placed cash out of its earnings to balanoe thymount oharged off. ? pobu oaun ouc or us When you wantaf and conservative banking call on the Brovvnwood National Bank. The Brown wood National Bank. Remember -we issue time certificates of deposit. i Officers: T. C. YANTIS President J. C. WEAKLEY...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 13 August 1907

m? a " : . - H20 Per font. 'ifridi 20 r IW Qr EMPIRE FURNITURE GO Will allow 20 per cent discount for cash purchases during their AUGUST CLEARING SALE. 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. BOYS GOING TO WASTE A Bit of Wise Counsel Furnished By Editor Streight of McGregor. m r i : i-'i-i-M-i-i-i-x-i-i'H-r 1 riMI.IM..I.iI.I..I..I..I.1.jnIMiliI.I..I..I..I..I..I..I..II..I..1 and assume the air of a bowery The world is full of boys going to waste! And when boys are mentioned we mean young men. Yes sir the world is full of young men who will not and do not want to prepare themselves with character and other quali- fications so essential to their success as good citizen or in the sport. This class usually falls into questionable habits that preclude their entrance into good circles of either society or business. Later in life they realize their mistake and sigh over "wha...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 13 August 1907

Tire We atlier Forecasts for Week are Sav that there will be no surcease from the present hot weather in fact the indications that the worst is yet to come. This being the case it behooves you to provide yourself with wearing apparel that will in a measure reduce the temperature It wont cost much if bought here but it will bring a great deal of comfort. It isn't an .experiment. Others have tried it and found that we were right. "We have cool comfort in Clothing for men women and children; cool Underwear cool Hosiery cool Hats in fact there is comfort in every article we sell. Rogers Goods r If i .-1 1 r. V- & ' -- - '.1 H v :i Co 31 IE IOE ii Dr. Farris the first last and only Osteopathic physician in Brown County. Phone 568. d&wtf. If you want a home of any kind see Chambers Commission Co. Tn -J re r T T 1Diis ovilltT iiuugc j.. u. lute axiu xaiiuijr i 1 A "f O are home from a very pleasant 3-gCS Ol 1 4 and I O to stay at Corpus christi. . ; . . j make himself generally Mis...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 14 August 1907

- ' Si v. - . . .. v. K 7room House All fn rnitlvattoa? !n ftk"'i '4 A -fed Inf. waII 1 near town. Pric $47i.0O Cam rr rnce $1760.00. Easy terms. See it. jrive terms. How aoe mis E. B. HENLEY & CO. vnn ? e.d. licit.. VOL.7. BROWNWOOD. TEXAS WEDNESDAY AUGUST U 1907. NO. 258 i Daily DULLL 1 ll'N Blackshears Haberdashery is preparing to enlarge their prey- ing and cleaning department within the next twenty days hd this will give them the most OPENING DAY OF REUNION mvi wio win ijivc uiem uie must i . t t . -j- 1 t C1 TilV .1 complete establishment of its ! OH Settlers Parade the Street in a Mammoth kind in the city. 259.1 Pci UAA Ur Rc Rn Some tine farms n the Brown- wood country at bargain prices. Chambers Commission Co. IMMENSE CROWDS AT THE GROUNDS ."Wanted A man to shine Bhoes tteady position. Apply at reunion grounds at doll raok or Saturday morning at Olive Notion Co. 258 Se Claude Stokes. Let it Alone. When you hear a man say let it alone you can rest assured he is not talki...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 14 August 1907

Three Days Reunion. i. i The next three days promises fo be the greatest event of its kind ever had in Brownwood. vXe extend a cordial invitation to all visitors to make our store headquarters while here-and we will take pleasure in showing you through our immense stock in its various departments. You cannot failto be interested in the special prices we are making on all Summer Dress goods 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. abscription Per Month ' 50c WILL H. MAYES Managing Editor. H. F. MAYES Business Manager. C. A. TUNNELL. City Editor. E. C. SEITZ Daily Circulator. E. E. KIRKPATRICK Associate Editor. W. R. DULA Foreman Mech. Dept. patronize the home man. AH' over the country now there is muoh being said about the bu- siness that is going to t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 14 August 1907

I - 9 9 9 Yesterday is Gone Tomorrow Never Comes Today is Here And with it $e opportunity of buying cool summer tog- qery. Will yon buy the 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 Qeality J. A. Blackhear. THE MAN'S OUTFITTER. 5::::::;'.:'.:.- :: ::::::'::::':: 4- Martin's Spectacular Fire Pro- t duction. The first performance of Martin's Fireworks will be given tonight at the Re-union grounds at 8:30 and below is the program for the first display: PROGRAM. 1 Thirteen Salutes equal to 12-pound cannon. 2 General Illumination in Red and Green Fires lasting 5 minutes. 3 Flight 10-foot Fireworks Balloon. 4 Flight of display Rockets. 5 Two Batteries of Golored Star...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 14 August 1907

J It. I ft The DailyBuiletin MAYES PRINTING CO. Frous. ' Entered at the Brown wood Postotfiee hh Second-Class Mail Matter. WILL H. Mayes Managing Editor H. F. Mayks Business Manner C . Tdnnell City Editor. E. E. Kirkpath ick Asso. Ed. W. R. Dola Foreman Mectf. Dept. E. C. Seitz Daily Cmhimor. 4 subscription per Month f()c Wednesday Aug. 14; 1907. Work. Again a large class of profound students would place the work of the family as before everything else in the maintenance of its health and every thinking per- son would have to admit that they had much to support their posi- tion. Have you ever noticed that a really busy person is seldom sick? Isn't it Emerson who says that our daily task is our life preserver? And all strenuous workers feel this great truth in the very depths of their souls. A ehronic woman invalid who is unfortunate enough to have an income sufficient to support her no house to keep no object in life and nothing to think of but dead memories and vanished delights sa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 14 August 1907

" J - Sharp Advance in Government Bonds. Capital and Surplus $209000.00 We learn from a oiroular letter sent nut by the National City Bank of New York that United .Statea bonds of 1930 have inoreaaed in value from 1.05 in June to 1 06 che first of August. Thia is gratifying to the -stockholders of the BROWNWOOD NATIONAL BANK as tne bank owns one hundred thousand dollars of these bonds whioh stand on their books at par or 8100000 while they are worth six thousand two hundred and fifty dol- lars abova zjir. This is another evidence of the oonservative methods of the Brownwood National BanVa man- agement Rtjfrey would be allowed by the United States government to oarry these bonds at market value- there- by shoving over six thousand dollars more assets in the way of undivided profits but the management' believes that a.lrfluotuating values Bhpuld be kept very low and. so they oarry these at par 'or $100000. This same bank reduced the value of their banking house one thirdof its oost du...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 14 August 1907

17 20 Per Cent Cash 1 JA 4i EMPIRE FURNITURE GO. 1 Will allow 20 per eent discount for cali purchases during their AUGUST CLEARING SALE. 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. Road .Improvements. The Hon. C. IL Jenkins ac- companied by Dave Malone and another gentleman whose name ive do not now remember the lat- ter "two gentlemen holding the of- fice of county commissioner of Brown county and the former Representing the Brownwood Business League were here Tues- day in the interest of a better public wagon road between here and Brownwood. They are of the opinion that the road can be greatly improved with but little expense by making a few changes in it and are very anxious that it be improved to the extent that our people be induced to go to Brownwood to trade and to haul freight. Mr. Jenkins talked en- thusiastically of the advantages it would be to .our people to ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 14 August 1907

I if ar cS iff IS i Dr. Farris the first last and only Osteopathic physician in Brown County. Phone 5G8. d&wtf. If you want a home of any kind see Chambers Commission Co. Miss Verna Mauldin went to Brownwood yesterday to visit relatives and friends. San Angelo News. Some fine properties on Fisk street for sale by Chambers . Commission Co. Miss Grace Burt returned this' morning from a two weeks visit to friends at Corpus Christi. H. P. Moore and wife! of Zephyr were in the city yester- day. We have some valuable prop- erty on Mellwood Avenue. Chambers Commission Co. L. E. Skinner bookkeeper for the Bulletin will return tonight from a vacation trip to Mineral Wells. If your eyes -trouble you see Dr. "Winters over Brooke Smith Bank. . Two room house and lot $300. E. B. Henley & Co. R. H. Ferguson and wife of Coryell county are in the city on a visit to Bart Milhollen and ivife. Mrs. A. E. Gentry returned last night from a visit to rela- tives at Stanton. "Mothers Bread" all mot...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 15 August 1907

r mi 11.1 J DAILY BULLETIN New 7p)oia House 11 Acres of .Fine Land' All in cultivation in Pisk field near town. Price 3475.00. Can give terms. How does this strike yon? E.B.HENLEY&CO. And lot well located close in. Price $1760.00 Easy terms. See it. E. B. HENLE&CO. VOL. 7. BROWN WOOD. TEXAS. THURSDAY. AUGUST 15 1907. NO. 259 Blackshears Haberdashery is preparing to enlarge their press- ing and cleaning department within" the next twenty days and this will give them the most complete establishment of its kind in the city. 259. Mrs. G X. Harrison and baby returned last night from Terrell where they have been spending several days. Some fine farms n the Brown- wood country at bargain prices. Chambers Commission Co. Let it Alone. When you hear a man say let it alone you can rest assured he is not talking ubont the cold drinks served at McMlnn'p for they are conceded to be the very best that tre served anywhere. They "have made a careful study of the business and have tbe reputat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 15 August 1907

While l the Re-Union 3K Every one wants to be comfortable. A pair of Stetson or Pack- ard JLow Cuts a soft Pongee Shirt Straw Hat and one of our high grade 2-piece Alco suits will insure you the most comfortable dress obtainable. Our XaFrahce Slippers fit the foot and are the very est lasts. All these goods . at a great reduction. j IK' .(:l--t;--j:.-.J:. v. 1 I j- -J1 Looney Mercantile Co.. The Home of High. Grade Merchandise. The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors. Entered at the Brovrnwood Postoffice as Second Class Mail Matter. abscription Per Month 50c WILL H. MAYES Managing Editor. B. F. MAYES Business Manager. C. A. TUNNELL. City Editor C. C. SEITZ Daily Circulator. E. E. KERKPATRICK Associate Editor. W. R. DULA. Foreman Mec'h. Dept. CONSPIRATORS TO ROB. A few years ago when Ida M.Tarbell whose father had been ruined by the greed of Rockefeller began telling the people through an eastern magazine just how contemptibly mean the head of the Standard Oil Company r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 15 August 1907

I Yesterday is Gone Tomorrow Never Comes Today is Here And with it the oppoHunity of buying cool summer tog- ' gery. . Will you buy the lat est up-to-date furnishing goods or will you slumbet along taking whatever they hand you ivhenfor the same -price or perhaps a little less you can be placed among the sivell 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 ivill meet with your approval k:::&.::::::: :: :::::::::7:: '' .. m ;; .'.;;.';';;::;: T&e Place of Quality J 4 Blackshear. . THE MAN'S OUTFITTER. Mr. Skinner's Mistakes. EDITOR BULLETIN: My attention has been called to a recent issue of the Bulletin which contains the account of a trip to Mexico by IL L. B. Skin- ner. Now it is not to be expect- ed that said H. L. B. Skinner knows everything but one would at least expect that he would have sense enough not to talk about things about which he seemingly knows nothing. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 15 August 1907

E I or r If Your Farm Were Irrigated You would average a half bale more cotton per acre than you will make this season. Wouldn't you? How much additional money would that bring you? Where the lift is not higher than the average bayou bank an irrigation plant for 7 5 acres can be put in for you for less than $1 2.50 per acre. How much haye you lost by not haying your farm irrigated this season? A plant large enough to handle 200 acres of corn and cotton can be in- stalled for less than $7.50 per acre. You can buy an irrigation outfit on easy terms. With irrigation you make from one to two bales of cotton per acre every year. Without irrigation you average half a bale. With irrigation you make TO to lOO bushels of corn every year. Without irrigation you aver- age about 15. The right kind of irrigation plant should pay for itself every year. See the the big Foos Gasoline Engine ami jVo. 6 Americrn Centrifugal Pump at work at the re-union grounds. Do not wait until you save enough money...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 15 August 1907

Iizx: Tliese Facts ixx Your jVUncl. Wasteful spendipg in youth leaves you unprepared for the needs of old age. The safe way is always the saving way. Begin here with a dollar or more. . We are in position to serve you as well as any bank in the country. Don't be afraid to bother us. Bring us your business be it large. or small much or little. We will appreciate it just the same and: extend to you every courtesy consistent with safe banking. We keep deeds and other valuable papers for customers without.. charge and furnish safety REMARKABLE - CURE Mr.Morgan of Coleman Tells of Cure. Praises Mrs. Douglas. There have been many remark- able incidents published in the San 'Angclo papers in the past twelve months relating to the eures performed by Mrs. J. E. Douglas but none are more re- markable than the case of Mr. G. AV. Morgan of Coleman county. Mr. Morgan in speaking bf his experience said: I have suf- fered from liver complaints and gall stones for about five years and have tried se...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 15 August 1907

20 Per Cent Cash 20 EMPIRE FURNITURE CO. Will allow 20 per cent discount for cash purchases during their AUGUST CLEARING SALE. The entire stock included except 4 or 5 lines of fac tory priced Begins Aug. 5th BR00KESMITH. We had some rain here Tues- t4 day but not half what we need- ed. Quite a little wind accom- panied; the rain blew down part of Mr. Dave Smith's buggy shed and corner of garden fence at the depot. The meeting which has been in progress at Dulin was a great success. It closed Monday eve- ning with 20 additions to the church; 16 new converts 14 of which were baptized at 6 p. m. . Sunday. Little Miss Emma . Nunley is reported very sick with slow fever. Haney Hennigan is very sick with typhoid fever at the hos- pital in Fort Worth. His father Mr. X 'E. Hennigan and his brother Ed are there with him. His mother is unable to go to him as she is not well herself. Mrs. Aaron Lee is with a sick sister at Santa Anna. M Worth Henderson family and mother Mr. Henry Medley and fa...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 15 August 1907

X ' I Ask Anybody You Meet a-' ' .' I I 1 .!.. To direct you to the best Dry Goods store in town- the store where you will most likely ; ;;get what you want and at the right prices: The result will surprise you for the majority of the people will direct you to ROGERS DRY GOODS CO. We have been in business in Brown- wood a long time' and ours is the leading store a standard which we expect to maintain. Right now we are making some especially low prices on all Summer goods in -order to make room for Fall goods which are beginning to arrive. If you are in .need of anything in this;Iine it will pay you to see us before you buy. .j-j ; -; - t .11 -J ! ' 0 Roger Drjr Goods Co. X IE 1 IE X 'Dr. Farris the first last and only Osteopathic physician in Brown County. Phone 5G8. d&wtf. If you want a home of any kind see Chambers Commission Co. Hugh Wilbourn returned to Ballinger this morning after .spending a few day's in the city visiting with his parents. Some fine properties on Fisk stre...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 16 August 1907

" -v New 7to ?oK8e And lot well wPX-Ji close in. Price $1750.00.'' E-Aerms. See it. E. B. HEN&EY & CO. -fa? DAILY BULLETIN. 11 Acres of Fiae Land All In cultivation in FUk field near town. Price $475.00. Can give teims. How doe this strike yon ? B.B. HENLEY & CO. K? VOL. 7. BROWN WOOD. TEXAS FRIDAY AUGUST J 6 J 907. NO. 260 D A New Store. Two young men from Houston are in the oity today to establish a new confectionery store. They are having 6ome difficulty in find mg a Vacant building but they say that makes them all the more desirous of looating in Brownwood. TWO CAR LOADS of stylish vehicles just uncrated. We can show you one of the pretties dis- plays of buggies ever seen rn Brownvvood. Looney Mercantile Co. FARMERS' JNION DAY Celebrated with Big Parade and Appropriate Program at Reunion Grounds. . FORTY BANNERS IN PROCESSION Demonstration Rivals that of the.4College Spirit Manifested at a Matched Foot Ball Game cih Thanksgiving Days. Crowd Larger Than Ever. Let It A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 16 August 1907

2 -V While H the Re-Union It ii If f . Every one wants to be comfortable A pair of Steton or Pack- ard JLow Cuts a soft Pongee Shirt Straw Hat and one of our high grade 2-piece AIco suits will insure you the most comfortable dress obtainable. Our LaFrance Slippers fit the toot and are tne very est lasts. All these goods at a great reduction. 1 1- V'V4'V T 1 S ! If if ; ! t Looney Mercantile Co The Home of High Grade Merchandise. The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors. Entered at the Brownwood Postofiice as Second Class Mail Matter. mbscription Per Month. 50c WILL H. MAYES Managing Editor. H. F. MAYES Business Manager. C. A. TUNNELL. City Editor. C. C. SEITZ Daily Circulator. E. E. KIRKPATRICK Associate Editor. W. R. DULA Foreman Mech. Dept. K.A GOOD REPUTATION. A lady visiting in Browriwood recently remarked "I like Brownwood because the peoplejall seem to be so interested in the general welfare of the town and I like ;it more because when- ever I hear the town mentio...

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