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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 23 August 1907

T I fT "Xr m T TTTkT .. Insurance. Cheap rates. Beat com- The beat. The kind that inaarea. Jpaniea. E. B. HBNLEY St CO VOL. 7. BROWN WOOD. TEXAS. FRIDAY. UGUST 23 1907 NO. 266 .. I - Al ITflMflDIIDD I IlilPCli aasawBM Small weekly or monthly pay men is wm soon turnisn your home. Ask your neighbor if fur niture bought of us is not juet right both as to quality and price. 267 Smith & Lafield Vacant lots for sale in most any part of Brownwood you want. They are not all bargains of course hut many of them are. E. B. Henley & Co. Mrs. W. S. Price returned j last night from a very pleasant trip to Bell county where she visited relatives and friends. School Commences Sept. 2nd. And before being sent to sehool the eyes of every child should he examined. Many a so-i-alled stu- pid child is not stupid at all. hut ha some defect of the vision which renders he Ot she unfit for study. You would not refuse a lame child a crutch then why refuse your child glasses if they an necessary. Brin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 23 August 1907

4 ft !! ii The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY. Proprietors. Entered at the Brown wood Postbffice as Second Class Mail Matter. mbccription 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 Poreman Mech. Dept. IT IS COMING? There is no question but that the rapacity of the trusts is bringing upon them the consequences of their evil doings. There is not a doubt but that they are beginning to reap the whirlwinds from the sowing of the winds which has been a prediction for many years. They have gone just about as far as public senti- ment will go with them. There is nojiope though that mere fines or occasional imprisonment will stop their greed for these can be met by heaping additional burdens upon the ' people who have been footing the bills. A sentiment will be created for a complete revision of our tariff system to conform more to the . ideas of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 23 August 1907

o o Will Be Added Q 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-daft Skirts that will fit you to your own notion. There is nothing that adds more to a Ladie's wardrob than a 1 ailor-made Skirt with the proper swirj 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. The Place f o Quality J' A Blackshear. lit. mt iaw xur vuaiiwy THE MAN'S OUTFITTER. e m 9 ;:;;;;;:;;;;.; ;; .;;:;;';.''.;';; WATER SUPPLY LOW DEEDS FILED FOR RECORD at Following Deeds Were Filed Clerk's Office Yesterday. Brown county to Dave Cunning- ham IO6V2 acres ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 23 August 1907

M1MiIM1IIIIIIIIIIM1WWsI1 The DailyBolletin M A.YK8 PRINTING CO.. Frou. Entered at the Brown wood Poetoffiee a Second-Class Mail Master WlLx.'H. Mayhs Managing Editor H. F. Mayes Business Manager. C A Tunnell City Editor. E. E. Kirkpatrick: Asso. B"d. 97. R. Dula Foreman Mech.' Dept. E. C. SKITZ Dajly Cirrnlator- 3uboription per Month . f . .50c Friday Aug. 23 1907. mHooooooooo- - General News 9 00000O4000O00 A child eight years old at Or- ange was drowned in a cistern. Woman at Elgin scared burglar away before he could get any booty. A mad dog excitement exists at . Woden a small town in Nacog- doches county. Berlin is alarmed at the increas- ing frequency of mysterious dis- appearances of young women. An agreement was reached be- tween Germany and Russia to re- gard Norway as neutral territory. The warring tribesmen at Casa Blanca were reinforced by the arrival of three new columns of fierce natives. King Alfonso and Queen Vic- toria of Spain traveling as Count and Countess Corendo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 23 August 1907

1 YOU ARE INVITED Capita! and Surplus $200000.00 'T ojpt-xi a bank account with tJhe Ifrowiiwood National Bank. Officers: T. C; YANTIS President J. .C WEAKLEY 1st Vice Pres. J. A. WALKER 2nd Vice Pres.- MILLARD ROMINES Cashier WM. B. CROSS Asst. Cashier A. P. FORD Asst. Cashier. !3 v ou may have never kept a; bank account. Allow us to suggest you try opening one as an experiment. Such a habit tends to thrift; besides it affords a convenient method for the payment of bills as your canceled checks serve as receipts. Rainy days come to every one-afid it will surely come to you. Right now while you are making you ought to be saving then when things go wrong you will have something. to fall back on. A small amount starts -an account. It is our pleasure to extend to our customers all accommodations that are consistent with safe and conservative banking methods and to give careful attention to their wants. The Brownwood National Bank. BURNING MARTYRS. Cost ef the Funeral Pyres Told In Curi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 23 August 1907

20 Is XI le -Iis.ootint 2Q o Our Cut Price Clearing Sale still 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. Remember everything in our store goes in this sale except Globe Wernicke goods Sealy and Ostein moor Mattresses J. Is. Molnnis UNDERTAKER Is next door to Bulletin office. CASKETS COFFINS AND BURIAL SUPPLIES. Office open day and night. Protnp' attention to all calls. O ffice phone 69 Residence 226 . Where He Stood Out. One day at a dinner party Thom- as Raikes tells us in his diary John Wilson Croker who was nothing if not dogmatic flatly contradicted the old Duke of Wellington about ome incident in the Waterloo cam- paign. The duke gave up the point courteoush'. Shortly after the dis- cussion fell upon percussion caps and Croker again flatly contradict- ed the hero of Waterloo. "My dear Croker" said the duke. "I can yield to your superior information on most points and you may perhaps k...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 23 August 1907

V It You Are Undecided Diseases peculiar 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. ChaB. Low left last night for Ballinger to attend the reunion mnd Gun Club ehoot there today. Did you try a cup of Blankes coffee at the Eeunion? Looney Mercantile Company. I. N. Kimbrough of Evaneville Ind. is in the city on a prospect ingtrip. Miss Ada Gaekin of Iredell came in last night for a yiBit to the Misses Jopline. Did you try a cup of Blankes coffee at the reunion? Looney Mercantile Co. Why pay rent when you can buy a home from Chambers on such easy payments will be like paying rent. Miss Tulite Green of Thorp Springs is in the city the guest of Mrs. 0. J s5avi;i If you want to buy or sell property in Brownwood'. See Chambers Commission Co. . J: H Peiitfels and wife of Dal las came in last night to make their hom here during the cot- ton season. Mr. Petitfels was...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 24 August 1907

want the Fire Insurance i We issue the best accident policies on the market; Sec Ion your new dwelling. Can L.. i o us. E. B. HENLEY & CO & CO. VOL. 7. BROWNWOOD. TEXAS SATURDAY AUGUST 24 1907. NO. 267 DAILY BULLETIN. Small weekly or monthly pay- ments will eoon furnish your home. ABk your neighbor if fur- niture bought of us is not just right both as to quality and prioe. 267 . Smith & Lafield Fire insurance the best want you as a customer. E. B. Henley & Co. We Will Lathem and wife return- ed last night from Ballinger where they spent two days at the reunion and with relatives. A Health Resort Visit McMinn's health resort thousands go there each day and partake of the refreshing foun- tain drinks. McMinn's Soda Fount is really a health resort ior there you can obtain the purest of drinks. Every thing about the fount is kept scrupul- ously clean and neat. During the hot days keep cool by patronizing this fount. McMinn Drug Co. School Commences Sept. 2nd. And before ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 24 August 1907

TKe Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors. Entered at the Brownwood Postoffice as Second .Class Mail Matter. Sabtcription 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. THE PEOPLE AND RAILROADS. The railroads throughout the country through their head officers are beginning to realize that they must at least "make a noise like" being honest. It is very doubtful yet whether their re- pentance is really sincere or whether they are merely playing for public approval. Melville E. Ingalls chairman of the Big Fpurs board of directors in a speech made last May said that the man who is not prepared to run his road in accordance with the law ought to resign that the day of secret contracts rebates and free transportation issued to obtain special privileges has passed that while both the roads and the shippers have been slow to le...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 24 August 1907

Be Added To our immense Man's Tailoring department on Sept. 15th one of the most complete Tailored Sfcfrt Department in Central Textas. . 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 1 ailor-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. ThePacefoQality J' f Blacfcshear. luiuoui THE MAN'S OUTFITTER. ' Fine Apple Crop. R. B. MoCirty the Mwoury meroh&nt and farmer oame in yesterday .and brought to the Bulletin offioe some fine epeoi- mens of apples. Mr. McOarty says if he oould have bad rain ten days ago...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 24 August 1907

The DailyBoIletia HAYES PRINTING CO.. Proot. Cntered at the Brownwood Postoffice as Second-Class Mail Matter Will H. Mayes Managing Editor H. F. MayeS Business Manager C A. Tonnell City Editor. B. E. Kirkpatr ick Asso. Ed. W. R. Dula Foreman Mech. Dept. E. C. Skitz Daily Circnlator. abacription per Month 50c Saturday Aug. 24 1907. -o-oooooooooo- z I General News I ? i Suit has been filed to contest the local option election held in Callahan county July 13. Uncle Sam's letter carriers will make their first rounds in San Angelo onFridayNovemberone. Report of the state secretary of the Farmers' Union shows there are 1831 local unions chartered with a membership of 78085. The increase in locals during the year was 718. The Fort Worth .Trades As sembly in regular semi-monthly session pledged its fullest sup- port to and sympathy with the telegraph operation of the city and state now on strike. Marshall Mose a well known citizen of the Lingleville country was terribly injured by a runa- w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 24 August 1907

YOU ARB INVITED 'jfp ojpe-rL et tyetxilz: account vdLtlx kx& Brown wood National Bank. The Fallen Mighty. "It Isn't necessary to go to the Wal- dorf to see the nobility." said the man about town. "Go down on Second ave- nue to the Hungarian restaurant there. The proprietor of one Is an exiled baron the pianist Is n prince the violinist is a duke the waiter with "the mustachios was a titled landown- er in his own country and each unH every one of the patrons myself ex- cepted Is a scion of Russian. German er Hungarian nobility banished Tor ocae reason or other to the wilds of New York." New York Tress. A NOTRE DAME LADY'S APPEAL HV nil trnnwinrr cnfforprc "rhcnm ra 1 tism whether muscular or of the joints sciaticas lumbagos backache pains in the kidneys or neuralgia pains to write to her for a home treatment which has repeatedly cured all of these tortures. She feels it her duty to send to all suf- ferers FREE. You cure yourself at home as thousands will testify no change of clim...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 24 August 1907

Is The Discount 20 Our Cut Price Clearing Sale still booming. Many people have taken advantage of some rare bar- gains. You should do likewise. "1 $6.50 Kitchen Cabinet for $3.50. 2 bins 2 drawers- Think of this it is as cheap as a plain kitchen table. Patio 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 eath 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 xip ire Furniture Co. J T. Molnnis. UNDERTAKEK Is next door to Bulletin office. CASKETS COFFINS AND BURIAL SUPPLIES. Office open a ay and night. Promp attention to all calls. O ffice phone. 69 Residence 226 HOW TO REPEL A DOG. HE W...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 24 August 1907

IP A Reminder. 4 This is to remind you that now is THE opportunity to obtain a splendid suit of Clothes for a very small sum of money We have reduced the price on all 2-piece suits in our house The stock is by no means as large or the assortment as good as at the f test of the season but you can still get an excellent suit - one worth considerably more than present prices. It's a long time till. winter and summer suits will be a necessary part of your wardrobe for quite a while. If you contemplate buying you can t do better than buy here. H Sell tlxe Famous Kuppenheimer Olo taxing:. Diseases peculiar to summer euch as fevers cholera morbus etc. are successfully treated by Osteopathy. For the Osteopath phone 568. Mrs. Urban Smith returned from a visit to her parents at Kempner. If you want a home of any kind see Chambers Commission Co. Chas. Low has returned from Ballinger where he spent a few days. Did you try a cup of Blankes coffee at the Reunion? Looney Mercantile Company. Dr. S....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 26 August 1907

DAILY BULLETIN. W$ issue the best accident policies on the market Sen us. E. B. HENLEY & CO we have it? . N . J2. 13 HBEI & CO. VOL. 7. BROWNWOOI;. TEXAS MONDAY. AUGUST 26 1907. NO. 268 We want the Tire Iniiftnce" on your new Jwellinf. Can I hi iff iHHBBHHHBMHHHIHBHHMHHHHHHnVwlliiAnAP ia i ts i i I -- jmmibm iHHaHHiflHBflHHHBHVlA nUnab IS IdoNU I I Fall Millinery The season for Fall Millinery showings has arrived and during the next few weeks the all absorbing topic with the ladies will be the new styles in headwear. The new styles are lovely and of course the ladies are impatient to see them therefore we are hurrying with all our might to get ready for the usual grand opening when all the newest creations known to the Millinery art will be on display. If you want the correct styles you will come to fashion headquarters. Miss Mctlutchon. Home on Visit Gibsorf Porter son of Mrs. Horn and brother of Prof. Porter of Daniel Baker college is at home from San Angelo where he has b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 26 August 1907

-i The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINT ING COMPANY Proprietors. Entered at the Brownwood. Postoffice as Second Class Mail Matter; abcription 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. The editor of the San Angelo News seems to think a day poorly ' spent unless he can incite some .citizen to attempt to give him a drubbing. Brownwood needs a street railway system about as much as . a. rn i any town in xexas ana it would oe a right from the beginning. . profitable business proposition Brownwood has one population about which it does not boast much j this town is entirely willing to more mosquitoes than Brownwood. concede that San Angelo has Austin is doing what every town should do taking active steps to suppress the mosquito nuisance by oiling the stagnant pools screening cisterns and waging a. general war on the pess. Brownwood's re...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 26 August 1907

o::::::.:::::::;: ;: :::::::;: want the "our ft new V Will Be Added lo 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 oivn notion. There is nothing that adds more to a Ladie's wardrobe than a 1 ailor-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 arid settle the question as to the fit and style. These goods will be on display Sept. 15th. Call and examine stock at your convenience. J. A. Blacksliear. THE MAN'S OUTFITTER. : ORGANIZING POST United Commercial Travelers Will Form Association. MANY DRUMMERS LIVE HERE ::::::::::::.; :; :;:;::;:;:':: Refused Twenty .Cents H. E. Conway who travels out ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 26 August 1907

The Daily Bulletin KAYE8 PRINTING CO.Prou. ntired at the Brownwood Poatoffice hh SecODd-Class Mail Matter Will H. Mayks Managing Editor H. F. Mayes Business Manager C A Tonnell Citv Editor. E. E. KlRKPATR ick Asso. Ed. R. DOLA Foreman Mech. Dept. E. C. Skitz Daily Circulator iubtcription per Month 50c Monday Aug. 26 1907. v.ooooooooocvc s 1 XT ruenerai iNews ? o ? aoooooo..oooooo The feature of the week's operations was the announcement of a reduction in the dividend of Southern railway preferred from a 5 to a 3 per cent basis. A supposed mad dog went through Lampasas starting in " East Lampasas and going clear through west Lampasas fighting every dog in its path at some places as many as twelve or fif- . teen dogs it is claimed being in the fighting. The old building of the North Texas State Normal College at Denton the nucleus about which was built the present group of College buildings was complete- ly destroyed by fire Saturday the loss in money being $20000 with $5000 insurance...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 26 August 1907

Capital and Surplus $200000.00 UJVCIvE 4 Officers: T. G; YANTIS Presideni : J. C. WEAKLEY 1st Vice Pres. . J. A. WALKER 2nd Vice Pres. MILLARD ROMINES. Cashier WM. B CROSS Asst. Cashier A.. P. FORD Asst. Cashier. is intinately acquainted with us. He writes us five times each year and insists that we answer his letters Jby giving him a statement of the condition of our bank on the day called for. He also sends Mr. Bank Examiner to visit us twice a year as his representative to inquire into our methods of handling our depositors money and see that it is accurately accounted for. This with the reputation of our officers and our large surplus which is equal to our capital should be sufficient guarantee that your money will be safe if entrusted to us. Call and see us. 1 j- The Brownwood National Bank. We issue certificates of deposit. Vagrant Left Town. Deputy Iarshal John Cham- pion notified the character who came here from San Angelo last week and has been about the streets since to le...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 26 August 1907

Is Xlxe Discount SO o o Our Cut Price Clearing Sale still 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. Remember everything in our store goes in this sale except Globe Wernicke goods Sealy and Oster- moor Mattresses Empire Furoiture Co. J. T. Molnnis. 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 Wood as Strong as Iron. Eecent official tests of the man1 valuable hard woods native to West era Australia have made known th extraordinary properties of yate be- lieved to be the strongest of a'. I known woods. Its average tensi! strength is 24000 pounds to th. square inch equaling that of goo-' cast iron. But many specimen? ar- much stronger and one was te'- up to seventeen and one-half t: to the square inch which i eqr.. to the tensile strength of wro;:r: iron. The sawed timber...

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