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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 29 August 1907

Is The Discount 20 o o Our Cut Price Clearing Sale still booming. Many people have taken advantage of som6 rare bar- gains. You should do likewise. r $650 Kitchen Cabinet for $3.50. 2 bins Think of this it is a plain kitchen table. Remember everything in our store goes in this sale except Globe Wernicke goods Sealy and Oster- moor Mattresses. REFLECTED GLORY. It It Just as Much Fun and Less Trou ble Than Real Glory. It is a profound truth that reflected glory Is far better worth having than" rt&l glory as far as the actual fun of thi thing Is concerned. The man -who after much struggling has won through 'fame knows all the drawbacks to it and realizes that the game Is hardly prertb. the candle. But the man whose f nly claim to glory lies In the fact that be Is an acquaintance of the famous van has a splendid time getting most tt the kudos with none of the disad- vantages. We see a great good man Set ns say Algernon Ash ton and we envy him. But we feel that his posi- tion must ha...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 29 August 1907

For chronic diseases of all kinds see Dr. Farris the Osteo- path. Phone 568. R. R. Russell of Menardville was in the city last night Chambers has several n ce houses to rent. J- B. Ferguson oi Goldthwaite arrived in the city this morning and is spending the day here. If you want a home of .any kind see Chambers Commission Co. ... Mrs. W. a. Watkins. returned: last night from a two month's visitto her old home in Mississ4 3ppi. - If you want to buy or property in Brownwood. Chambers Commission Co. sell See Santa F e Agent W. 0. SoRelle leturned this morning from a two weeks visit and vacation to different points in the state. If your eyes trouble you see Dr. "Winters over Brooke Smith Bank. Miss Bess Wright came in this morning from the ranch near Mullen and will be the guest of Mrs. Jack McGaugh. Some fine properties on Fisk street for sale by Chambers Commission Co. W. J. Odell of Waco former ly manager of the Wm. Cameron Lumber company at this place is in the city today on busines...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 30 August 1907

DAILY BULLETIN. k We Twict the Fire Iniiifince . We issue : the best accident policies on ;the mariet See us. E. B. HENLEY & CO .we have itf E. B. x HENLEY & CO. VOL. 7. BROWNWOOD. TEXAS FRIDAY AUGUST 30 1907 NO. 272 Fall Millinery The season for Fall Millinery showings has arrived and during the next few weeks the all absorbing topic with the ladies wii be the new styles in headwear. The new styles are lovqly 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 McHutchon. i AW The Brooke Smith Residence For Sale Has all modern conveniences hot and cold "water-on second and third floors two bath rooms all fitted out i8 rooms besides kitchen. Barn Boggy house servants room; laundry room and wood house. Will sell for money or trade for good land...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 30 August 1907

1 The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY. Proprietors. Embroideries CLUB UK JUMPS L Interesting Game on Battle Row Last Night Was Four Handed. DEPUTY MARSHAL TOOK POT Entered at the Brownwood Postoffice as Second Class Mail Matter. Subscription Per Month ; . . ; 50c WILL H. MAYES Managing Editor. H F. MAYES Business Manager C. A. TUNNEtL. City Editor. 12 bJSlTZ Daily Circulator. E. E. KIRKPATRICK Associate Editor. W. R. DULA. Foreman Mech. Dept. PRETENDING TO BE GOOD. Whenever a fight is made on the liquor business anywhere a show is always made of being very good. It used to be that the saloon keepers themselves would get together and agree to be if only the local optionists would give them a chance. Now the breweries whose business is really most injured will enter into an agreement always duly published in the newspapers to the effect that saloons which do not observe the law will not be sold any more beer. Some poor chap is then arrested and a column story is made of it to sh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 30 August 1907

T i 9 9 t-i. fto:o:o:.o:a:o::o:o:(B: :: :::e::e::o:: 9 9 9 9 9 9 . 9 9 Nettleton Ncttlcton Nettleton Nettleton's Shoes. Special Orders Taken by J. A. Blackshear The Place for Quality. The Man's Outfitter . : 9 9: '' ' ' ENTANGLED IN AUTO Miss Daisy Smith of Wichita Falls Injured in Frightful Manner. RIGHT ARM TORN OFF In Ed ;;;;;;;;;;;;.; ;i i;;;;;''.;!;;; r ABOUT THAT VAGRANT. Angelo News Sees Fit to Defend Man Run Out of Brownwood. The San Angelo News has been making a great bluff recently about it's love for law and order and yet when the Brownwood officers saw fit to deport one of San Angelo 's toughs that paper consumes a half column in de- fense of the character. The edi- tor seems to have little regard for the truth or has been badly imposed upon. The News of yes- terday says: "Several well known men of this city recently went to Brown- wood to spend a few days on business and pleasure combined. While there they called on some of the best people of the city and were shown att...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 30 August 1907

The DailyBoIfetfa KATK8 PRINTING CO.. Prop. KBtered at the Brownwood Poetoffice rb Seeond-Class Mail Matter. Will H. Mayes Manatpng Editor. H. F. Mayes Business Manager. C A. Tonnkll City Editor E. E- KikkpaTrick Aeso. Ed. W. Dot a Foreman Mech. Dept. E. O. Skits Dally Circulator. Sabacription per Month ftOc Friday Aug. 30 1907. ftt0400000fO0000 o I General News I I I 0000004000040U A strong earthquake shock was felt at Martinique. President Roosevelt entertain- ed Prince Wilhelm of Sweden at Oyster Bay. Reports show creasing under Gregor law. saloons are in the Baskin-Mc Chairman Keill of the Farmers' Union has issued a manifesto on 15 cent cotton. A party of hunters ' killed a panther at Sour Lake after an exciting chase. ' i lurs. uavia iieiKOSKey was seriously burned by gasoline ex plosion at Galveston. It was announced at 'Tangier that Mulai Hang had been ac claimed sultan of all Mazagan. Irish Nationalist MeKenzie and seventeen of his supporters were arrested at Langfor.d Ire ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 30 August 1907

In l Each Cause Has Its Effect. Each Effect is Followed by Results. v-v-. . Let the CAUSE he a Saving Bank Account the EFFECT your Savings and the RESULT will Read---WEALTH. . ONE DOLLAR will start you on the road to WEALTH it you open a Savings Account with US and keep adding to it. We keep valuable papers such as deeds wills etc. free and furnish safety lock boxes to cus- tomers without charge. Prompt attention given to all business entrusted to our care. We protect every interest of our customers. Would be pleased to have you call and see us or write. Chickens Cats and Dogs Raised on One Ranch. That raising chickens cats and dogs is a profitable business has been demonstrated by J. 1). Lin- thecuin of Fort Worth. Linthe- cum is an old newspaper man. having been connected with the circulation department of the Dallas News for fifteen years. Tiring of working for other people-he bought six acres of laud just across Sycamore creek east of Fort Worth and started a chicken cat and dog...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 30 August 1907

I Tlie Discount 20 o o Our Cut Price Clearing Sale still booming gains You should do likewise. Many people have taken advantage of some rare bar- $650 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 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. Remember everything in our store goes in this sale except Globe Wernicke goods Sealy and Oster- moor Mattresses. Empire IurnitULre Co. DYSPEPSIA. Cure It by Observing a Few Important Rules of Health. It is amazing that so common a 'difficulty as dyspepsia should be so little understood by the general fUic and that its remedy should fee co hard t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 30 August 1907

For chronic diseases of all kinds see Dr. Farris the Osteo path. Phone 568. Mrs. u. j. Tannehili has re turned fromiij visit to Austin. Chambers has houses to rent several n ce Miss Grace Hale returned last night from a visit to relatives at Talpa. 1 . 11 you want a nome or any kind see Chambers Commission Co. Miss Brownie Baker came in yesterday for a visit to- her brother J. H. Baker and family. If you want to buy or property in Brownwood. Chambers Commission Co. sell See J. B. Walton Jr. returned last night from a week's visit to friends at San Angelo and Bal- linger. If your eyes trouble you see Dr. Winters over Brooke Smith Bank. Misses Ruth and Beatr McDermott will leave Monday night for Lampasas wjyrfe they will enter the Cathftiflc school. SonJP&feHreoperties on .Fisk stafeet for sale by Chambers Commission Co. ... Mrs. Howard and Mis&Corrie Conway returned this morning from a six weeks visit t Old Mexico. Some fine farms n the Brown- wood country at bargain prices. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 2 September 1907

V f . DAILY BULLETIN 1000.00 . - i want yourFircJnsurance. lone message will Krind c now Phone Nn. 9 xrv E. B. Henley & Co. IF Ta' "'Cat Ts' I tiL. 7. BROWNWOOD. TEXAS. MONDAY. SEPT. 2 1907. ii ...... i u u hulk nv ir-.- " - ' cr;-jgao iTaii Miiiinerv uunuuLu.uuni H j - : Ihe 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. Tl . i i if t . i. x uc uc w styies are loveiy ana ot course the ladies are impatient to see them therefore we are hurrvintf with all our might to get ready for the usual grand opening when an the newest creations known to the Millinery art will be on display. If you want the correct styles you will come to fashion headquarters. -of Miss McHutchon. The Brooke Smith Residence For Sale I 4 Has all modern conveniences hot and cold watrr on second NVod third floors two bath rooms all htted out S rooms besides Mchen. Barn Baggy house servants room laundry roo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 2 September 1907

a li 1 3i; 1 i S ') 'if m C r 0. f :. i A WELL GROOUetin Are You One? By this people usually mec well dressed mdn one ivho NY Proprietors. oecond Class Mail Matter. .50c naging Editor. TUNNELL. City Editor. OlVPnonioQ illO ninnoann svnn 1 vIRKPATRICK Associate Editor. Mech. Dept. provriateness of correct This kind of a man w on meters. nvnhlo nnMiinowf -rater in Brownwood has caused some of the U UULVOUltLlUVUUaTid take notice The Buletin hag contended for SlCteratlOny prfhat the only equitable way to collect water rents is wshonn-t Ivor system but for one rejon and another this has not AS Bm QL i tl. JM o.-1-rfol Til - nyncnr- nlnn ?r. -nrtf nW nnn if oVJo fov fill tVlP WCll P people and it certainly is not the way for the city to get pay for all the water that is used. Take the lawning charges as an illustration. The person with a hundred feet of la n pays one tenth as much as one with a thousand feet but the one will like- ly use just as much water as the other for both will turn...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 2 September 1907

r v 1 lS. rv! 9.::::::.:;;;----- :): A i- ' ' ; ' ' 0 3) ' A WELL GROOMED MAN 9) n Are You One? By this people usually mean a well dressed man one ivho ap- preciates the necessity and ap- propriateness of correct style. This kind of a man is given fav- orable comment attention con- sideration preference. There is nothing mysterious about the way he does it. He does it in Broivnwood by buying his CLOTHING and FURNISH- ING GOODS from BLACK- SHEAR We carry the nnhdst tn produce just such a man and it only takes 10 days from the time you step in. It matters not how YOU LOOK turn yourself over to us and we will furnish results for a surprisingly small sum-no more than a hand-me-down. So ivhen it costs no more than you are accustomed to pay- ing why not try a change? OUR CLOTHING SAMPLES are by far the LARGEST AND PRETTIEST EVER SHOWN. All we ask is 'a all and you will be convinced. uou are not a customer aire us a rhmir.e tn miake. one of you. An Outfit ivill place you among I I J J - ww...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 2 September 1907

it 1 .-. .. it ; -i. -.-i i A. . ftj ' B vj' -Jf 'SMWfJ "Si't ffH;. ;. .vvv-f.'W.".''".!.-.!i::5 -tt 'l-jr'-;": -.""'.':t'." ?; v 1 - ;! ..!. j I FORTUNES COl U Attend University. ..wood will send hor usual L.' Miss Maggid Midland issll D I i amount .yuu v.w 1: latest equipment for an your interest Every : i- ii. ftt. fiOc Sept 2 1907. WEATHERFORD? McC? Chief Engineer Now Making Sur- J$t vey From There. f THINK IT SHORTEST ROUTE Floydada Man Think That Weatherford Stands Beit Show to Get the Santa Fe Cut Off. A Weatherford correspondent of the Port Worth Keeord has sprung another sensation on Brownwood and this section re- garding the cutoff. Of course for several years tlhere has been some talk about the possibility of the cutoff beings Ifuilt to connect with the Wenthtrford branch but it has not heu thought of seriously here fork he reason thai . the; Santa pobple have all along spoken of tjie extension as being canton platid from th- JroAvnwood braiicji. The following- from tin W...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 2 September 1907

FORTUNES CORNER STONE. Nothing Kives you more satisfaction than the feeling that you are independent. It adds to your good cheer' brings contentment and makes your whole life easier to live. These happy results do not require ii big bank . balance v.. nUi nc onii n'fifiit.inns mafia frnm tfmp. to time will bi'inr these results. Betrin with anv small UUU il U(lllt aLUUllu l) nai no uuu uuuiujuuo i""""' - . ' - . .. . .1 -l n -4. .n n f.m tmii i onvn mr; . nv v 4 The Brownwood National Bank. We issue tiixie certificates of cleiDosit;. ; V Oifibers: ls T. tk YANTIS President r ; J. C. WjEAKLEY ! 1st Vice Pres. J. A. WALKER 2nd Vice Pres. mi i nrv t- r ns txtt?0 f tl; WM. B. CROSS Asst. Cashier A. P. FORD Asst. Cashier. Miss Maggie McCormack of Midland is reported quite ill this week with typhoid fever. Miss McCormack formerly lived in Brownwood where she has a. host of friends. She is a niece of Mrs. Annie Holland. J. C. Awbrey and wife have moved "back to Brownwood from Midland where ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 2 September 1907

JWs rent I Lvqi I $6.50 Kitchen Cab- inets 2 Bins 2 Drawers 2 Kneading Boards FOP $5.50 $5.00 Kitchen Cabinets Single Bin $2.65. Special on Lawn Goods. $5.00 5-foot Setters $3.50 $6.00 6-foot Setters $4.00 $3.50 Lawn Chairs - $2.50 Old Hickory Setters and Chairs at any Old Price. XXX ft ft ft ft ft ft ' ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft .ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft . ft ft m ft -ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft IOOO Pairs Lace Curtains. SALE ENDS SEPT. 15TH. To Go at a SACRIFICE. We want to close out our for the next 15 days entire stock of Lace Curtains and Por- ticrs Towels Napkins Sheets Pillow Cases and some other draperies and dry goods rem- nants and in order to do this we will not let the price be in the way in fact we have cut the price from 25 TO 50 PER CENT. IS Daw CasliVCrcdit. Special School Prices FURNITURE. For the benefit of those who are moving here and also all who live here already and are pre- paring for SCHOOL BOARDING ACCOM- MODATIONS we...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 2 September 1907

:VOL. 7. J t l Vant voiir.Rin I 1 ' . "Wfi v phone message wi. Q ft right now -Phone No. fe rvco E. B. Henley &: ex GaitP" u last mg i. . io . 1 K UB- f ht s slav lit. Fort AViirlli (i Oil riose md Mineral "Wells. If your eyes trouble you see Dr. Win tors over Brooke Suiitjjc Good three room liou.se new and well furnished for .$1000 close to Santa Fe railroad; d-17G J no. Y. Kankiri Sr. J. V Lambert has been . ill at his home in Coggin Addition for several days. John. 11. Alelvec of Dallas has . .moved to Brownwood and noeept- ftd a position with the Went Tex- is Telephone Company as book- . peeper. . - Several new residences close in. 4 to 7 -.rooms for $1.100 to $2100. Call. d-176 Jno. Y. Kankin Hr. Master Ford Crumh is expect ed home tonight from Abilene where he has been on a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Will Scott. "Miss fjo.sie (ilenn who has been J. 2. 1 1 II auenuing nusmess college in Brownwood. left this morning for her home at Ballinger W. L. Aldwell cashier of the - Spnnra ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 3 September 1907

1 House renting arid Rotary work are specialties with us Tell us your wants. Let us rent you a house. E. B. Henley & Co. ? fevaht yoiif Fire Insurance. A phone message will bring us right now -Phone No. 2. BULLETIN. E. B Henley & Co. ypL. 7. BROWNWOOD. TEXAS. TUESDAY SEPT. 3 1907. NO. 275 DAILY D D D 0 D D D 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 McHutchon. ODD FELLOWS MEET Called to Order at Ten O'clock This Morning at Hall. The Brooke Smith Residence For Sale . Has all modern conveniences hot and cold water on second and third floor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 3 September 1907

i I 9 3 3 5 (0 is is ( i T7V t i The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors. Enured at the Brownwood Postoffice as Second Class Mail Matter. ITheTremendtras Strength of. Subscription Per Month . 50c WILL H. MAYES Managing Editor. H F. "MAYES Business Manager. C. A. TUN NELL. City Editor. E C. SEITZDaily Circulator. E. E. KIRKPATR1CK Associate Editor. W. R. DULA Foreman Mech. Dept. JUDGING A TOWN BY THE PAPER. The Bulletin likes to have every issue a creditable one from every standpoint. Perhaps more money could have been made by publishing a paper of lower standard but it would not have been nearly so satisfying to the publishers nor to the town. The question has never been how much matter will it pay to put into the paper but how much can the publishers afford to put into it. The earnings of the business have always been put right back into the plant to better its facilities for making a still more creditable paper. This has been done with confidence that Brownwood will ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 3 September 1907

if 2) in a V2V 0-7 (3) (8 L A WELL GROOMED Are You One? By this people usually mean a well dressed man one ivho ap- preciates the necessity and ap- propriateness of correct style. This kind of a man is given favr orable comment attention con- sideration preference. There is nothing ' mysterious about the way he does it. He does it in Brownwood by buying his CLOTHING and FURNISH- ING GOODS from BLACK- SZTTHIA 7? Wa r.arrv tha aoods to 5 produce just such a man and it only takes IV days from the time you step in. It matters not how YOU LOOK turn yourself over to us and we will furnish results for a surprisingly small sum--no more than a hand-me-down. So when it costs no more than you are accustomed to pay- ina why not try a change ? OUR CLOTHlNbr SAMPLES are by far the LARGEST AND PRETTIEST EVER SHOWN. All iveaskisa call and you will be convinced. . If you are not a customer give us a chance to make one of you. An Outfit will place you among the well dressed of the city and a customer...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 3 September 1907

1 1 of The Daily Btdletin MATES PRINTING CO.. Props. Intered at the Brown wood Postomee hb Second-Clasb Mail Matter. Will H. Mayes Managing Editor H. F. Mayes Business Manager C A TUNNELL Citv Editor..- E. E. KlKKPATRUK Asso. d. W. R. Dula Foreman Much Dept. E . Seitz naJly'CirrnlHtor Sabuription iter Month 50c Tuesday Sept 3 1907. ooooooooco : General News ! 5 CO4-OO00O00000 A powerful touring car plung- - eit over a hneeti-loot embank input at Pine City near Llmira i. 1.. killing H. P. Smith of Tio ga Pa. and injuring four others. During one night the forces of the sheriffs ami police depart menus ot Dallas arrested a total ot thirty-two negroes charged 'with shooting craps in violation ot tht state auti-gamblini; laws. AViU Balentine. a well known Kod Hiver county fanner. :o years :of age. dropped dead while talking over the telephone at the home of his fathtt- .lie had recently recovered from a pro- tracted attack of fewr. The American Express com- pany's building at Paducah. Ky...

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