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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 20 August 1907

The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors. Entered at the Brownwood Postoffice as Second Class Mail Matter. imbcription Per Month 50c WILL H. MAYES Managing Editor. H P. MAYES Business Manager. C. A. TUNNELL City Editor. E. C. SEITZ Daily Circulator. E. E. KIRKPATRICK Associate Editor. W. R. DULA. Foreman Mech. Dept. FOR A BETTER ROAD. The movement looking to a first-class wagon road from Brownwood to Rising Star has assumed such definite shape that it can be regarded now as a certainty provided that the business interests of Brownwood that are most concerned but do their part For two or three weeks past the Fifty Thousand Club has - been assiduously working to this end with a view to getting Ris- ing Star to ship all its cotton to Brownwood. Several conferences have been held between committees representing Brownwood May and Rising Star and trips have been made over the line to see just what is needed. Rising Star business interests have been anxious for a good road to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 20 August 1907

!Meb6:6:bo6o6d:e:9e::9:e:9o:e:o::eo:e MM IS IS Will Be Added To owr immense Man's Tailoring department on Sept. 15th one of the most complete Tailored Sfcfrt Department in Central Texas. This will be under the supervision of an experienced man in that line and will turn out nothing but up-to-date Skirts that will fit you to your own notion. There is nothing that adds more to a Ladie's wardrobe than a Tailor-made Skirt with the proper swing' set and jit. Don't get a hand-me-down for it will give you an East Texas appearance. The best they can say for them is that they fit as if they were made for you. Why not get one made for you and settle the question as to the fit and style. These goods will be on display Sept. 15th'. Call and examine stock at your convenience. TfiePiaceforQaality J' A' Blackshear. lit o.uvy THE MAN'S OUTFITTER. o 9 a e 9 9 9 9 O 0 9 m 9 9 Miniature Railway Will Be In- stalled at Round Mountain. L ROCK TO Follow The Directions. If you want to be sturdy and healthy...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 20 August 1907

The DaiiyBofletifl JM.Y1SS PRINTING CO.. Prous. Watered at the Brownwood Postoffice as Second-Class Mail Matter WrLi. H. Maybs Managing Editor H. P. Ma YES Business Manager O A. TUNNKLL City Editor. E. E. Kirkpatrick Asso. Ed. W. R. Dula Foreman Mech. Dept. . E C. Skitz Daily Circulator aabacription per Month fOc Tuesday Aug. 20 1907. Hminu i mi nun" ! I General News. i i 1 1 1 w i n 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Forest trees of East Texas are dy Ing because of hot weather. Tin a a RnvKP died from the ef fects of a spider bite at Sherman. William T. Owin was killed early Sunday morning at Galveston. A negro woman at Aldridge killed her husband who had whipped her The Methodists at Nacogdoches will rebuild the recently burned church. Thft tfileeraDhers strike situation was quieter at New York and Chicago The Louisiana cotton crop was esti- stated to be a third short of the aver- age. A Ktranire butr that feasts on the boll weevil was exhibited at Clarks ville. The body of M. A. Taylor was ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 20 August 1907

Making JLoans to Bank Officers. Capital and Surplus $200000.00 V The business of a National Bank is managed by a board of directors who are required to exercise due diligence and act in good faith. The are responsible in civil suit and criminally for anv fraud or mis-management ot the banks affairs. Any otficer receiving deposits aftei; his bank is insolvent is guilty of a criminal offense. Five sworn statements to the gov- ernment are made and published in a local newspaper and at least two examinations a year without notice by a United States Government officer. Loans are restricted to one-tenth of the banks capital' and surplus and this amount cannot be exceeded to any one. Directors are expected to meet once a month and pass on the loans of the bank and make examina- tions of the banks condition. The State law by which the State Banks and Trust Companies are authorized to do busi ness was copied largely from the National Banking Laws but with some exceptions. Officers ot State B...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 20 August 1907

20 Is Tlie JJisootint 20 m Our Cut Price Clearing Sale still booming Many people have taken advantage of some rare bar gains You should do likewise. $6.50 Kitchen Cabinet for $3.50. 2 bins 2 drawers- Think of this it is as cheap as a plain kitchen table. Parlor Suit Bargain. We have a second hand parlor suit cost $125.00 in good con- dition we will sell for $25.00 Carpets Mattings Linolem The price has been cut to a fin- ish in these lines. Big line of carpet short lengths suitable for rugs halls and small rooms. 25c and 35c Window Shades 15c We have an assortment of window shades worth from 50c to $1.25 each which go in this sale at above prices. Remember everything in our store goes in this sale except Globe Wernicke goods Sealy and Oster- moor Mattresses Empire Furniture Co. oooooooKo-Hooa ooooooofroooooo f o o o o - o THE ONE EYED MAN OF ONE IDEA By Jekn Tweezer la The Keystone. o o o o oooooooooo-fooo oo404ooH4o4ooi04oi f? Concentrate your thought and purpose but not to the exc...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 20 August 1907

if Negligee :.: i S Ik Dr. Farris the first last and nly Osteopathic physician in Brown County. Phone 568. . d&wtf. N. A. Gropp has gone to Granger on a visit to old friends and relatives. it you want a home or any kind see Chambers Commission Co. Mrs. 0. P. McWhorter is home from a very pleasant visit to .homefolks at Wills Point. Some fine properties oil Pisk street for sale by Chambers Commission Co. Mrs. S. J. Dowtj has returnc-il front a visit to relatives at Houstoti Austin and Llano. We have some valuable prop: erty on Mellwood Avenue. Ghambers Commission Co. E. B. Gilliam returned this morning from New York where he haa been purchasing goods for his house. Did you try a cup of Blankes coffee at the Reunion? Looney Mercantile Company. Mrs. .Mamie Boylen of Temple is in the city this week the guest of her friend Mrs. B. McDermoit If your eyes trouble you see Dr. Winters over Brooke Smith Ban!; - . 1 Jlrl'rt Ragadxle returned' last .night fix'm it week's VBit to Paint Hock ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 21 August 1907

r- t; r j-' Iu ranee. Cfcep. rates. Best com? HP"- ' E. B. feNLEY & CO. The beat. The kind that. insures. E.B. HENLEY & CO VOL.7. BROWNWOOD TEXAS WEDNESDAY AUGUST 21 1907 NO. 264 DAILY BULLETIN Ask us about that choioe pieoe of buwne98 property we have for sale now. If you have some money to invest it may be jtiat -what you are looking for. d264 E. E. Henley & Co. Small weekly or monthly pay. ments will soon furnish your home. Ask your neighbor if fur- niture bought of us is not just right botb as to quality and prioe. 267 Smith & Laneld Chambers has houses to rent. several nice 7 Vvho sells the best Drugs Altogether New McMinn Drug Co. School Commences Sept. 2nd. And before being sent to school the eyes of every child should be examined. Many a sp-called stu pid child is not stupid at all but has some defect of the vision which renders lie or she unfit for study. You would not refuse a lame child a crutch then why refuse your child glasses if they are necessary. Bri...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 21 August 1907

The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors. Eatered at the Brownwood Postoffice as Second Class Mail Matter. ubtcription Per Month. .50c WILL H. MAYES Managing Editor. ' H P. MAYES Business Manager. C. A. TUN NELL. City Editor. E. C. SEITZ Daily Circulator. K. E. KIRKPATRICK Associate Editor. W. R. DULA Foreman Mech. Dept. CHANGING CONDITIONS. A few years ago the Bulletin urged the building'of factories in Brownwood to give employment to .the people living in en- forced idleness and there were apparently many of that class here then. Labor was then seeking employment. Today if any institution that gives employment to .one hundred persons should locate in Brownwood it would have to bring its employees long because they could not be obtained here. To get really competent help isa problemnot merely competent skilled laBor.but labor of any kind that is worth to the employer the price that has to be paid for it. Instead of labor seeking emloyment as was the condition only a sh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 21 August 1907

9 O 9 9 9 9 o Will Be Added .::o:::.::::::::o::o::o:a:::o:o:o::o:o: - . ' . Q To out immense Man's Tailoring department on Sept. 15th one of the most complete Tailored Skirt Department w Central Texas. . This will be under the supervision of an experienced man in that line and will turn out nothing but up-to-date Skirts that will fit you to your own notion. There is nothing that adds more to a Ladie's wardrobe than a Tailor-made Skirt with the proper swing set and fit. Dont get a hand-me-down for it will give you an East Texas appearance. The best they can say for them is that they fit as if they were made for you. Why not get one made for you and settle the question as to the fit and style. These goods will be on display Sept. 15th. Call and examine stock at your convenience. The Place for Oualitv HIacklieai ineiriaceiorvoaiuy the man's outfitter. 9 . 9 m 9 ::::::::::::.: :: ::::::':;;;':: LITTLE T 01 Mercurv Gives Promise to Be m Important Trading Place SURROUNDEO BY GOOD FARMS I ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 21 August 1907

1 I ! f 7" Tfie Daily Bdrlletfo " printing co.. PrOB.. I Bntared at the Bfwnwood PooffiCe as Seeond-Cias wan er Will H. Mavks Managing Editor H. F. Mavks Business Manager 0 A. 1WWL' Ctv Editor. E. E. KlRKPATRJCK.Asso. Ed. W. R. DOLA Foreman Mech. Dept. K. C. Skitz Dally Circulator. ubscription per Month 50c Wednesday Aug. 21 1907. III I II H I I I I 1 IMM tl H i General News. x x The Brownsville dengue situation is reported as being improved. Hugo Henry a famous tarpoon fish- erman is dead at Corpus Christi. Fort Bend county fixed tax rate at 54c on the $100. There was a disastrous fire at. San Augustine and several were badly burned. Secretary William H. Taft opened his campaign with a speech at Col- umbus Ohio. A party of Japanese were discover- ed takng views and sketches of Fort McPherson. The California supreme court sus- tained the removal of Mayor Schmitz of San Francisco. Astrologer predicts Beaumont will be destroyed by a cyclone next Sun- day. Twenty persons were injured i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 21 August 1907

leaking Loans to Bank Officers. . The business of a National Bank is managed by a board of directors who are required to exercise due diligence and act m good faith. The are responsible in civil suit and criminally for anv fraud or mis-management of the banks affairs. Any oiiicer receiving deposits after his bank is insolvent is guilty of a criminal offense. Five sworn statements to the gov- prn m r t aro m sAo m4 T-tf.Ul.eUA.4 1 -. 1 t . . .. . 1 t t . auu .uuuoutu m a luuai newspaper iuu at ieasi iwo xammaiions a year wiinoui nonce oy a uniiea States Government officer. Loans are restricted to one-tenth of . the banks capital and surplus and this amount cannot be exceeded to anyone. Directors are expected to meet once a month and pass on the loans of the bank and make examina- tions of the banks condition. The State law by which the State Banks and Trust Companies are authorized to do busi- ness was copied largely from the National Banking Laws but with some exceptions. Officers o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 21 August 1907

Is Xlie Uiseoixnt 20 Our Gtit Price Clearing Sale still booming Many people have taken advantage of sojne rare bar- gains You should do likewise $650 Kitchen Cabinet for $3.50. 2 bins 2 drawers- Think of this it is as cheap as a plain kitchen table. Remember everything in our store goes in this sale except Globe Wernicke goods Sealy and Oster- moor Mattresses. Empire Fur nit tire Co. J. T. Molnnis. UNDERTAKER Is next door to Bulletin office. CASKETS COFFINS AND BURIAL SUPPLIES. Office open flay and night. Proinp' attention to all calls O ffice phone 69 Residence 226 A CAT'S EYES. Vke Cfelaeae Discovered Their Vm ar a Time Indicator. The first European to learn of the use of a cat as a time Indicator was M. Hue who In a work on the Chinese empire tells bow be was initiated Into the mystery. ' M. Hue and a party of friends set out to visit a Chinese Christian mis- sion settlement among the peasantry. They met a young Chinaman on the road and to test his intelligence they asked him if ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 21 August 1907

u Reductions That Count You will find it worth vour while to investi gate the reduced prices we are making in Low quarter Shoes for men and women. i - i V k Ik Rogers Dry Goods Co. Miss Faye Bonds left this morning for Paint Rock for a week's visit to Miss Addie Roach. Dr. Farris the first last and only Osteopathic physician Brown County. Phone 568. d&wtf. in Mrs. S. E. Chandler and children returned this morning from Corpus Christ! and GIddens where they spent the summer with relatives. If you want a home of any kind see Chambers Commission Co. Cold Drinks The kind that please you can be had at our Mrs R. A. Hobdy left this morning ' pJaCg CoUTteOUS wife. Some fine properties on Fisk street for sale by Chambers Commission Co. Mrs. John McMinn and little Miss Kathleen Baker went to Dailinger this morning for a visit to relatives. clerks to wants. ittend your Renfro's. We have some valuable prop erty on Mellwood Avenue. Chambers Commission Co. Misses Ethel Woodward and Clifford P...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 22 August 1907

"2 ... .. . DAILY BULLETIN. Iaauraace. Cheap rates. Best com paaiee. 4 E. B. HENLEY CO. j : -Fir Iwwaac.; I The best. The kind that Insure. -1 j E. B.'HENIEY & CO VOL 7. BROWNWOOD. TEXAS THURSDAY AUGUST 22 1907. NO. 265 Small weekly or monthly pay- ments will soon furnish your home. Ask your neighbor if fur- niture bought of us is not just right both as to quality and prioe. 26? Smith & Lafield Walter H. Caldwell was here this morning enroute home from the Territory to his home at; Menardville. Walter says crop conditions are pretty good in the ! territory. Chambers has several houses to rent nice School Commences Sept. 2nd. And before being sent to school the eyes of every child should be' examined. Many a so-called stu- pid child is not stupid at all but has some defect of the vision which renders he or she unfit for study. You would not refuse a lame child a crutch then why refuse your child glasses -if they are necessary. Bring your chil- dren to me and I will truthfully...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 22 August 1907

The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors. Entered at the Brownwood Postoffice as Second Class Mail Matter. Subscription Per Month k 50c WILL H. MAYES Managing Editor. . H. F. MAYES Business Manager. C. A. TUNNELL. City Editor. E. C. SEITZ Daily Circulator. . K. E. KIRKPATRICK Associate Editor. W. R. DULA Foreman Mech. Dept. A GIGANTIC UNDERTAKING. The fact that the railroads were last year absolutely unable to handle the commerce of the country has caused renewed inter- est to be taken in the matter of river navigation. For sometime past engineers have been making estimates on the cost of a canal system that will connect lake Michigan at Chicago with the Miss- issippi river at the mouth of Illinois river a short distance above St. Louis. The whole scheme which a congressional committee is now investigating is to make a fourteen foot waterway through the continent a distance of about 1500 miles. From Chicago to Joliet a distance of forty miles the canal has already been ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 22 August 1907

::::o:.:K:::::ai:e: :: :::::::::::legal battle promised 9 o o 9 9. 9 9 9 9 9 m 9 ; : : 9 9 Will Be Added To our immense Man's Tailoring department on Sept. 15th one of the most complete Tailored Skirt Department in Central Texas. This will be under the supervision of an experienced man in that line and will turn out nothing but up-to-date Skirts that will fit you to your own notion. There is nothing that adds more to a Ladie's wardrobe than a Tailor-made Skirt with the proper swing set and fit. Don't get a hand-me-down for it will give you an East Texas appearance. The best they can say for them is -that they fit as if they were made for you. Why 'not get one made for you and settle the question as to the fit and style. . These goods will be on display Sept. 15th. Call and examine stock at your convenience. ThePlacefotQaality J' A Blackshear.. Nuaiiwy THE MAN'S OUTFITTER. Repairing Church. Making Ready for the Big Meet- ing to be Held in September. Rev. J. "W. Smith informs the Biil...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 22 August 1907

- t 18 The Daily Bulletin KAYKS PRINTING CO. Prop. Entered at the Brown wood Postoffice as Second-Class Mail Matter Will H. Mayes Managing Editor H. P. Mayes Business Manager. O A Tcnnkll City Editor. E. E. KlRKPATRICK Asso. Ed. W R. DutA Foreman Mech. Dept. E. C. Skitz Dally Circulator. Subscription per Month 50c Thursday Aug. 22 1907. AFFRAY AT CREWS Bullet From a Constable's Rifle Wounded Woman and Man. OFFICER ALSO INJURED After Having His Throat Cut Constable Miller Beat Up and Tfaea Shot His Asia Hast Ballinger Tex. Aug. 21. Dr. . A. S. Love Sheriff Kirk and Coun- ty Attorney Griggs left here Tues- day morning in an automobile for . Crews in response to a phone mes- sage from that place telling of a serious shooting and cutting scrape that occurred there about 9 o 'clock that morning. From what can be learned of - the affair Constable Miller and E. C. Boone became involved in a difficulty Boone cutting Miller's throat partially severing the wind pipe. Miller broke Boone's arm ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 22 August 1907

YOU open Brown DELICIOUS BUT DEADLY. Yet Akee Is One of the Favorite West Indian Fruits. Every person who cats akee run? the risk of sudden and painful death or at least a severe illness and yet akee is one of the favorite fruits .of the West Indians. It is &s beautiful to look upon as it is flelieious to eat and in certain con- ditions is perfectly harmless. The majority of tourists to the islands fwhere it abounds are familiar only flrith the Bight of it as great baskets of red and creamy and brilliant ti i ? . ii . Bluett specimens oi tne iruit are brnnrrTif. fn -mnrlrof Hha noTvo 1 black women carry these baskets on their heads and -massed it this way the akee looks like a cluster of bril- liant flowers. "When ripe the outer skin which shades from deep pink to a creamy yellow bursts' open and turns back in three sections exposing the fruit which is also creamy in coloring and substance. In the center of each akee are three glossy black seeds each one about the size of the en...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 22 August 1907

Discount Our Cut Price Clearing Sale still booming Many people have taken advantage of some rare bar- gains You should do likewise $650 Kitchen Cabinet i for $3.50. 2 bins 2 drawers- Think of this it is as cheap as Patlor Suit Bargain. We have a second hand parlor suit cost $125.00 in good con- dition we will sell for $25.00 Carpets Mattings Lmolem The price has been cut to a f in ish in these lines. Big line of carpet short lengths suitable for rugs halls and small rooms. 25c and 35c Window Shades 15c We have an assortment of window shades worth from 50c to $1.25 each which go in this sale at above prices. a plain kitchen table. v. 20 Tlie SO Remember everything in our store goes in this sale except Globe Wernicke goods Sealy and Oster- moor Mattresses 7 Empire Furniture Co. J. T. JVXoIrxrait. UNDERTAKER Is next door to Bulletin office. CASKETS COFFINS AND BURIAL SUPPLIES. Office open day and night. Prompt attention to all calls. O ffice phone 69 Residence 226 Tiie WroBK Feather Th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 22 August 1907

7 1 I mm v f m i - xi. .V .11 M Irs While in the Eastern Markets Diseases rjecuhar to summer such as fevers cholera morbus etc. are successfully treated by Osteopathy. For the Osteopath phone 568. If you want a home of any kind see Chambers Commission Co. Miss Quay JNuckois nas gone to San Antonio to attend school. Some fine properties on. Fisk street for sale by Chambers Commission Co. G. A. Nuckles has cone to Mart Texas to buy cotton for this season. We have some valuable prop erty on Mellwood Avenue. Chambers Commission Co. Mrs. A. N. Rogers of Paris is in the city on a visit to her sister Mrs. W. M. Stromeyer. Did you try a cup of Blankes coffee at the Reunion? Looney Mercantile Company. Misses Ruth and Beatrice Mc'Dermott have cone to San Angelo to visit friends. Did you try a cup of Blankes coffee at the reunion? Looney Mercantile Co. Mrs. Geo. Walshe returned this morning from an extended visit to relatives at Abilene. Why pay rent when you can buya-home from Chambers on suc...

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