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

oats and ?: The growing demand for ready-to-wear garments has caused us to give this department a great deal of our attention. We have not let an opportunity pass to examine different lines and feel that when you see what we have on display that you will agree that we made no mistake in our selection in style color and quality. Ta Suits. Skirts. ilk 3n n ( dl -( n in ai lei ..11 111 v rei PC fa. ex all tei fa th re Fc as ra i 1tt ar ar I s a I II tc in .U h fn PI at It pi I S 11 C p h 4:ll'1'TK Ik ILt'y !s a; .1 WW NfetPf- : v. . A full Line of Skirts all Grades in the Latest Colors. III The Home o High Grade Merchandise. en The Daily Buiietin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors. Entered at the Brownwood Postoffice as Second Class Mail Matter. Subscription Per Month 50c Several parties have drifted into town lately from out west in. the search of employment. Most of them have been able to obtain it up to this time but many will doubtless not be able to stay here during the winter bec...

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

1 .'i 'il 1 -f .If 14 ; r'.'j.;1-:t -J 1 5) ::a:W '1 3) 3) FAULTY METERS FEW. nvestigating Plumbers" Report Little Merit m Complaints. ) i i MINI ;it T meters ettW- t o the bn etigaf iuir crew 1 1 Ipiju the l. water tli- Mi.i'ii'' iiifi!ifr tii . rt'ic; i'w .1 tv J i' -i.v.-; WifTc t'lDii i 1 ii!ty..uitl to ivgti er .ne.f- - - i . 'I lllt HWbb.ol. The o:-! - 11 U.iv IP.. t" Uf '-.HI i' i.(! immtjt r t' eo.npia.uls m. (ss.w water ehartri's l'.-it have n pouriujr into tb "I' See- ar Hubbard sinee iJept. 1 n a i these lulls tuvaim" imc. a s of the eojunlatnts were kept d in a.l'ew davs ;ivv so large Lat Ir Hubbard deeided tt have Wilianis "mid Word :U'e ' alt' good ?nt st igation. niaile to aseev-1 men j and fieree players. Kieh- n win ther or not the meter' sy-i moniti. Kutler and Avium i- are t m ot tli e water deparitiuMit wasjung irootl sliowin at . iruards V-eonltngly. a t-rew of t Jlui .jrove. Carroll and Dlekson 1 mlt xpert plumbers was. sent out some . . . ..1. .A .1 !!' l I 11...

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

r I Charles E. Letteri chief clerk ( in the office.of the first district itax collector here who disap- Xntered at the Brownwood Postoffict- i peared a few days. ago leaving a The Daily Bulletin MA. YES PHINTING CO.. Proits. Second-Class Mail Matter - Will H. Mayes Managing Editor H. F. Mayes Business Manager C A. Tdnnell City Editor. E. E. Kirkpatrick Asso. Ed. W. R. Dula Foreman Mech. Dept. E C Shitx. Datlv Circnlator. Subscription per Month f)0c Saturday Sept 14 1907. - - w m w mm m 9 .m m - 9. a y TTTTT'l'T'l'TTTTTTTTTTTTT'l"f I ! Genera! News. ! t t At Newcastle Indiana the retail merchants have joined the march of progress and their as- sociation has placed a band on all kinds of advertising except that of newspapers. t Principal Harris of the State shortage of over $100000 was discovered standing on the bank of the iMisisssippi river attempt- ing to summon up courage enough to jump into the water and end his life. He said hAhad started toward the water several times but each ...

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

Capital and Surplus $200000.00 The Han Who Looks Ahead. 7- P . No man scs prosperity ahead of: him except through a bank account. The man who succeeds is the man who looks ahead and plans for the future. He realizes that money is absolutely essential if he intends to rise in the world. A small sum will open a bank account. A bank account establishes a credit. Good credit opens the way to all things prosperous. Open an account with this bank today and lay the foundation for a fortune. This bank has saved one hundred thousand dollars in the past fifteen years and has placed it behind its capital to support it in hard times. This is a very strong reason why you should give your business to Officers: i THE BROWWWOOD NATIONAL BANK All Business With the Bank Regarded as Confidential. 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. REPENTANCE AND BAPTISM. ! in it as procuring but...

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

- 1 . - 1 - f 1 ' . II to by Hartiinar G1TY BONDS SOLD Bring a Premium of Three and One-Half Per Cent. ERATH COUNTY GETS THEM City Attorney Receives a Certified Check for Amount of $500.00 to Guarantee Contract. For some -weeks the matter of selling the recent issue of city water "works bonds has been held up on account of a misun- derstanding "with parties desir- ing to purchase the bonds. The bonds have been placed how- ever Erath county taking them at a premium of three and one- half per cent By the contract the bonds ire not to be trans- ferred until November 1st but as a guarantee of good faith the county judge of that county has tendered the city attorney a x-r tlried check for the amount of s."ta The bonds Avere-issued to raise A- v "" nif.c Ic e Cream f n U miu- .U- 1 ccni a plal-. SUr coaitcnl ot one pacKayt j-oiee Cream Powder ' a. t .f r. k :i i f-- ' 'ft - -j".; rai Jin-i'.! :- . in--...'t.; iiitf'!f. 5.'V. ti..i.T.:uf-sil e. -'' .! 1 ( . yiwa qvaru ic- t: h a -"4 .4 Jhc...

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

For chronic diseases of all itmubM'c uv. run is uuy vj.siuo path.. Phone 5fiS.' : Wall Paper Judge R C Blanket todnv LInrrftil on h'ul Weill to Imsincss. If your eyes trouble you see Dr. "Winters over Brooke. Smith Bank I . i . Mrs. Lynes and children ivturu- ed this morning fiSom a two months stay in Mississippi when they visited relatives nod friends. Pe ins a repa haps you are build- home or -bavins one pered. If you are Go to Bowden Furniture Co for stoves and furniture. Theyi handle new and second hand goods. I Prof. K. H. (Jm-iivr - A n gel o this morning ter property interests. 2 choice lote inoni Price 500. Terms balanca easy. v 13. 8. BenJ n:.... i T-T. I mine .lUaJtlI U.I C'ljStJO i miao iyujici yi iwini viuunna eie in this mora ii tin d jeiit who will succeed Miss McNeil a Tew uiomvnlshrr whie en route '.at Howard Ipavn.e has arrived in ix Brady' I . i the city anfi will begin her duties Hartung has two hears a ! at the college Monday.- Miss black and cinnamon "in his sho...

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

.41 ;r DAILY For Fire Insurance See E. B. Heiijfr-y & Co. - Cyclone and Wind Storm Insurance. E. B. Henley & Co! CL. BROWNWOOD. TEXAS MONDAY SEPT. 16 1907. NO. 286 I Tailored Hats. The new tailored hats Gage and King. B arc now on exhibit and we would be pleased to have the ladies call and look them over. Our line of ready-to-wear hat; is larger this season than ever before and you will not find it difficult to find somcr. thing to your liking. . Ail ;the newest styles can be found here and it fe a pleasure to. show them. Our hats jtfere bought . at prices that enable us. to sell them low and make a profit. Xlis MoHiiitolioii. PIPES JLXl Take a look at our window and you ?tll decide that we have a corner on the pipe market Something there .to suit all com- ers. - McMinn Drug Company.- Delightful Outing. L The families of J. W. Reming- ton J. D. Stewart and Dr. Jj. E. tj Robinson spent a very pleasant day Saturday down on the I Bayou at Bob McCullbcK's ft' place fishing and h...

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

The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors. i m Men Entered at the Brownwood Postoflice as Second Class Mail Matter. Subscription Per Month I . .- . . 50l? WILL H. MAYES Managing Editor. . H F. MAYES Business Manatrer. C. A: T.NNELL. City Editor. B C SEITZDaily Circulator. E.E. KIKKPATRICK Associate Kditor. W. R. DULA. Foreman. Mech. Dept. BRUTALITY IN CHECK. Men are very much the same not only the world over but. generation after generation. Brutality crops out in some crea- tures in every age and the good is also clearly in evidence from the very beginning of creation. While the civilizing influences may be slowly working they appear to be surely overcoming the brutal instincts in men. The entire state of Texas was recently shocked by the report of the whipping of a Harris county convict who died soon after punishment was administered. Seventy five or a hundred years ago perhaps as few men would have been found willing to administer such a punishment as would - today wi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 16 September 1907

(timsm&mm j - nwi I i mill " Pi t 1t Ilartiiiil. Games are Arranged. The managing committees of the football teams of Daniel Baker and Howard Payne colleges met in the offices of the Amer- ican Bank and Trust Co. Satur- day afternoon and arranged a series of games for this season standing in holes. This is ac- It was agreed with the manage- counted for by protracted ;drouth ment of the Fall Fair that the here and above on its waters to- two teams would play a game at the Fair grounds Saturday after- noon at 4:15 o'clock November 9th. The first game to be played between the two teams is set for the oth of October and both teams will be put through the most rigid training in order to get them in condition for the initial contest. The third game of the series between the two home teams will be played on Thonlrcorit'innr r? o V TVio rramai were arranged so that each col- lege would know what to depend upon and the management of both teams promised that the dates would be kept and al...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 16 September 1907

The Daily Bulletin MA.VKSPR INTI N O CO.. l'roos. i PMiodk-enH Matter Entered the Brownwood Second-Clase Mail WlLX. H. Mayes Managing Editor H. F. Mayes Business Manager. C A. TONNELt. City Editor. E. E. KlKKPATHH'K Asso.Ed. W R. Dula Foreman Mech. f)pt. E C SKIT7. Daily Circr'ntor. Subscription per Mouth ... .oOc Monday Sept. 16 1907. . ill ? A ill iTi -1 VTTTTTtTTTTTTTTTI 5 General New: An old fisherman .called isVotty the only name by which he was known. w;is drowned hi the canal at Port Arthur lie was rowing .a" woman across the. c;mal in his boak when the boat nvas overturn- ed and both thrown into the wa- ter. WiJlinm I'tlev was near by and .lumped to tluV rescue lie oaujrht the wom?tn :yid came near' beinjr pulled down llle was .saved by ;lto)c being thrown him. . C. Herry AVinship;21 years old. a member of a pronihicut family of Washington (.'ityy was almost instantly killed in d?ock Creek park by being throtfn from Ids horse which shied at an object in the road. One foot' o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 16 September 1907

What a Strong; Can Do. Any bank may be able to take care of you during prosperous times but only a laige and strong bank can protect you during times of depression the very time you need help if you ever do. Hence we invite the accounts and business of firms and corporations and individuals as we are equipped and able to extend to our customers every favor and accommo: dation consistent with sound banking. Absolute safety is the policy ot this bank and it is rigidly adhered to.. The officers and clerks of this bank are; pledged to impart no information concerning the affairs of its customers. Remember: We keep your valuable papers and furnish safety lock boxes to customers without charge. We . premise to do for you everything that any other bank will do so long as they adhere to sound banking principles. We issue time certificates of deposit. r-t- THE BROWNWOOD NATIONAL BANK Capita! and Surplus $200000.00 Officers: T. C. YANTIS President i J. C. WEAKLEY .1 1st Vice Pres. J. A. WALKE...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 16 September 1907

ction Out of OJ ederal Courts. F HE granting of injunctions by United States circuit Caiul district judge? against the enforcement of state laws bv state ficials recently has attracted much public attention -and bids fair to become AX -1M-" FORTANT QtESTIOX IX XATrj)XAL POL- ITICS. Its conrect solution is neeessarv for tlie nro- tection of the rights of the peorjlc. and the right of property and also for the IIAKMOXiptS operation of our dual-system of govern- ment. It does not.-however imjblve Under the directions of . tJiepupreme cmUrt of the the right of the ITuitd States specially cliarged with t''ufreeint that such law is a. violation rt" th. Iishel. BUT THE RIGHT OF THE i.CIRCUIT COURTS TO. ISSUE SUCH INJUNCTIONS EXISTS : NOT BY? VIRTUE OF THE. FEDERAL CON STITUTION BUT BY VIRTUE OF - i The real question before thflj v slhmld jnodifv "tin- law so afe the cuit or district fudges from joining a State ofiidta ijr the law of the stale. 1 I AM STRONGLY OF THE OPINION THAT THIS JURIS...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 16 September 1907

For chronic diseases of all kinds see Dr. Farris the Osteo- path. Phone aftf. 'Jewell Johnson leftSaturday on a business trip to Lufkin Texas. ; If your eyes trouble you see Dr. "Winters over Broqke Smith Bank ' Miss Goldie Green of Gomanche "was the guest of Miss Hallie Wise on Saturday. Miss Alice Harreli loft for. Aus- . tin Sunday where she has a posi tion in the public schools. ' 2ehpice lots m Fords Addition. .Priofi $500; Terms $2Q0 cash balance easy. " . E. E. HenleJCo. Miss Clara Chancellor of Co- manche was tle eest of Mrs. JW. C. Harryniaft Saturday and Sunday. ; ' . . 2 lots ami 2 room house good well. P.-ico $300. ' Better look at it. . . . .$ . E. B. Henley & Co. ' Mrs. S. A. Benham of' Brady spent Sunday in the city lattend- ing the revival meeting tat the Christian church. Emmett' Evans haa purchased Herbert HarrelPe interest in the Brownwood Pantitoriurn. John Burleson ot Rfohland Springs arrived in the city yes- terday afternoon on a business trip. James Chapma...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 17 September 1907

- r- 95x212 feet Coggin Addition enced nice shade. Price Very choice lot on Hand reet for sale now. E. B. Hey & Co. $500.00 on very easy terms; E. B. Henley & Co. OL. 7. BROWNWOOD. TEXAS. TUESDAY SEPT. J 7 1907. NO. 287 T DAILY BULLETIN. Oailoxcl Hats. The new tailored hats Gage and King B are now on exhibit and we would be pleased to have the ladies call and look them over. Our line of ready-to-wear hats is larger this season than ever before and you will not find it difficult to find some- thing to your liking;. All the newest styles can be found here and it is a pleasure to show them. Our hats were bought at prices that enable us to sell them low and make a profit. Xisss MoHxitclion Club Houses Raided This Morn- ing and Goods Confiscated. "LOG CABIN ID PARK HILL" PIPES Take a look at our window and you will decide that we have a corner on the pipe market. Something there to suit all com- Fair Catalogues. The Fair Catalogue gives a full list of all premiumsj and purses. Th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 17 September 1907

Ladies and Children Shoes My Visit our . Readytowear Department. Do you have trouble in finding shoes that wear well? "j Have vou paid bier prices for shoes- that did not give satisfaction in any sense) Have you had trouble in buying shoes that your dealer could not conscientiously) recommend1 If you have you don't want to have these troubles again. " All those who want to start over again and find pleasure in their shoes and buy shoes that quirements will be well repaid if they will allow us to fit them in a pair of La France High or They have the style fit and wear. Looney Mercantile Co. -ft' " it Low shoes. The Daiiy Bulletin MYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors: 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. TUNNELL. City Editor. E. C. SEITZ.fDaily Circulator. E. E. KIRKPATRICK Associate Editor W. R. DULA. Foreman Mech. Dept. THE CHILDREN'S HOUR. The Bulletin feels that...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 17 September 1907

F 1 o Erect and Kntain a Light- mg ana rower rianc nere. MATTER GOES BEFORE COUNCIL L. A. Clousnitzcr of Quannah Looks Over the Situation and is Pleased With the Outlook. E. A. Clousnitzer of Quanah vho is prospecting in-the central vest with a view tolocating an dectric light and power plant pent yesterday in the city was ailed home by telegram last night before his investigations ojld - be completed. Before ea ring Mr. Clousnitzer made an ippointment with Mayor Looney ind left with him a" communica- ion that will besubmitted to the ity council at its meeting to- j hijrht. The communication is simply i request that the council grant limself and associates a fran chise tinder which they may terect and maintain a light and power plant and submits a pro- position for the placing of twenty-five arc lights on the streets. It is agreed by him that the street lamps shall be of the latest type of enclosed arc lamps s and shall have a nojninal candle tnereiore ne met wun anu a- powerof 1600...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 17 September 1907

ffee Daily Bulletin a HAYK8 PRINTING CO.. Prooi. tmered nt the Brownwood Postoffice as .-ecoiid-Class Mail Matter Tit.t.H. Mayks Mttuaging Editor H. F. Mayks Business Manager. C. A. Tonkell City Editor. E.E. Kikkpatrick Asso. Ed. W R.Dula. Foreman Mech. Dept. E C hitz Daily Ci-cnlator. Subscription per Month 50c Tuesday Sept. 17 1907. i - m 9 m m VTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTtTTTTTTT General News J A negro is in jail nt Bastrop for cruelly whipping his son. There is nutcli activity in rail- road huilriinjr in Oklahoma. Port Art hin nennle vtfolcniiioil A A the coming of the. Southern Pa- cific's first (rain. ueorge raise was lulled ana ins wife wounded by Mexican bandits near Guanajuato.. . W. S. Lowrey pi- Dnyjon was injured by a street vkw inGalves- IU11. The nut growers of Texas have been called to meet hi Austin in October. i ne state omeiais ami attornevs for liquor men will confer in San Antonio on the test c.nses. Charley Priee was killed with a knife during an altercation with" "France ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 17 September 1907

E5S33F2 What a Strong Bank Can lo. Any bank may be able to take care of you during prosperous times but only a laige and strong bank can protect..; .. you during times of depression the very time you need help--if you ever do. Hence we invite (he accounts and business; of firms and corporations and individuals as we are equipped and able to extend to our customers every favor and accommo- dation consistent with sound banking. .:v Absolute safety is the policy ot this bank and it is rigidly adhered to. The officers and cjerks of this bank are pledged to impart no information concerning the affairs of its customers. -4. Remember: We keep your-valuable papers and furnish safety lock boxes to customers without charge. We;.v -promise to do for you everything that any other bank will do so long as they adhere to sound banking principles. We . "-- issue time certificates of deposit. THE BROWNWOOD NATIONAL BANK. Continued This Week With Ever Increasing Interest. MOST INTERESTING SERMON Prea...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 17 September 1907

I The Law of j thl Woods. ; By SPENCEjL C. GUNN. Copyrighted 1907. by Jessie Morgan. "Don't be a fool Jeannette!" Timidly leaning away from the slap- ping spray she would have upset the ekiff had not Bob acted quickly. But for his shouting and his angry look Jeannette would have rejected as Impossible the meaning which his words conveyed. Their liarshness sur- prised her into angry tears. There was an ominous silence. "How dare you" But another wave drenching her shoulders caused her literally to swal- low what else she would' have said. Bob smiled impenltently as he dug his oars into one of his round green foes. "I can't get down on my knees just now Jeannette" he observed "aud if I could it wouldn't be to propitiate you" The girl's face blazed with a fire which the waters of Long lake had not cooled. They were still a good mile from the shore. Duck rock intervened without however offering a refuge from the storm. The flag on the boathouse dip- ped and twisted like a handkerchief s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 17 September 1907

For chronic diseases of all kinds see Dr. Farris the Osteo path. Phone 568. . Commissioner Henderson of Brookesmith is in the uity today. George Norwood returned this morning: from a visit to Galveston. Four lots in Taher Addition for sale on easy terms. E. B. Henley & Co. If your eyes trouble you see Dr. "Winters over Brooke Smith Bank L. A. Hobdy is spending a few days in the city this week on busi ness 'Mothers Bread" all mothers like it. Made and sold by Brownwood Bakerv. MrsAW. Z. Champion of Cole- man is the guest of her sister Mrs. Jack Hall this week. .-Mrs. W. 0. Sorelle returned this morning from a visit to rela- tives in Eastern Texas. W. A. Bell of the Bell-Thomp-son-AVyatt Grocery company of San Angelo spent yesterday in " the city on his way to the west. John Cox of the local postofiice returned this morning from a trip to Galveston. Farris Bass left this morning for Waxahachie where he will en- ter Trinity University. Olin Sims of Paint Rock pass- ed through the c...

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