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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 18 September 1907

95x212 feet Coggin Addition fenced nice shade. Price $500.00 on very easy terms. E B. Henley & Co. Very choice lot on Hand street for sale now. E. B. Henley & Co. 5 VOL. 7. BROWNWOOD. TEXAS WEDNESDAY SEPT. 18 1907. NO. 288 DAILY BULLETIN. W r MC AO i or FALL Millinery Opening SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 21. Miss McHutchon Center Avenue. 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 comers. McMinn Drug Company. ? Fraternal Day at Fair. ' The Central Texas Fair man- agement is arranging for a ' Fraternal day at the Fair and : allfthe Brownwocd lodges will be i asked to take up the matter in their meetings this and next I week. Extensive advertising j willjjbe done on this feature and several hundred lodge ' members from other towns will be attract- ed to Brownwood on this day. The Elksjodge will discuss the matter tomorrow night. Xo millinery opening at Rogers but an every day display of fine I pattern has in t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 18 September 1907

To Satisfy is Our One Aim.? o o 3 T1 O 3? ft S D 3 fD 3 Hence we extend to you a most cordial invitation to call and let us show you through our Dress Goods Department We are showing a beautiful line of Fancy Novelty Dress Goods the very newest colors and patterns in Brown Blue and .Red Stripes and Plaids. A line of Shadow Plaids in Wgol Taffeta in colors Brown Blue Castor Red and Black. Silk and Wool Voiles in all the latest colors. A complete line of Fancy Waistings. You can not help being interested when you see them. A very attractive line of Novelty Silks in all new shades colors and patterns. Also extra good quality in China and Jap Silk. Give us a look---a pleasure to show goods. . ' I. - " Looney Mercantile Co. The Daily Bulletin MAYES 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. SEITZDaily Circulator. E. E...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 18 September 1907

COUNCIL MEETING Decided That TimiHas Come to Begin Paving Streets EAST BROADWAY FIRST Committeeman Perry Instructed to Get Property Owners Along East Broad- way to Sign Contracts. The city council net in regalar session last night with Mayor Louncy presiding ami Aldermen Lee. McChristy. Crumb Arm- strong ami IVrrv present. Dr. S. E. Chandler of Daniel Baker College addressed the eonn- eil and asked perm is. on for the oottege to dose Jackson street wliere it run alongside .of the A 11 a" rrvi Auueoc parn. me repiest was granted. Mr. Stoekstill appeared before the council and asked that some disposition Ik made of the water that runs down the west side of Brady Avenue. The matter was referred to city Engineer Hal Hardeman to see what could he done and he is to report hack to the street eommittee. The secretary was instructed to issue script on the water fund to the amount of $550 to Mrs. M. A. Martin to pay for the acre of land purchased from her to he used for a new standpipe site. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 18 September 1907

r OF 1907 FU Opening a Triumph Surpassing in Style and Attractiveness All Other Events. SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 21ST WE KEEP OPEN HOUSE and want our friends to call and inspect the many new creations in headman ySSStJSt&SSSm be brought into action to make mSSSSlSt:Sfi& SSS'jS the business. If the variety of hats shown on former occasions were large they will be tremendous this time hor richness ana beauty you never saw such hats as you will see on Saturday. AIIJSSS McHUTCHON. The Daily Bulletin AK PRINTING CO.. Prop. Catered at the Brown wood Postoffice as Second-CUs Mail Matter. Will H. Mayes Managing Editor H. F. Mayes Business Maimer. C. A. TUHNELL City Editor. E. E. KIKK.PATRICK. AS80. Ed. W R. Dula Foreman Mech. Dept. E C Seitz Daily Circulator. Subscription per Month 60c Wednesday Sept. 18 1907. minima ! General News i Judge Terry M. Richardson was found dead in bed at Luverne. Ala. Mrs. Cassie M. Chadwick was stricken blind in the Ohio peni- tentiary. Rear Admiral John Gri...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 18 September 1907

I Whsrt a Strong Bank Can Do. Any bank may be able to take care of you during prosperous times but only a Iaige 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 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 SERMON Evangelist Asks the People Pointed Questions. ETERNITY WHERE SPEND IT? Large Crowd Continue to Gather E...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 18 September 1907

1-' "I I U I I M I 1 I l in i H.j. i Ghe Countess Chooses. By Lmmett Camobell Ball. T Copyrtrhted. 1907. by E. C. Pareella. '1-1 I TH II I I ! 1 ! Ml ) ....... The countess was acting In a manner not at all dignified. In fact she was tamping her little foot and sobbing Just an any other sorely tried girl of eighteen might. The foot was shod in a dainty canvas oxford and the re mainder of her costume consisted of a duck skirt and shirt waist. Scattered about the room on the chairs and ta bles were musses of velvet silk and laee and. most noticeable of all beautiful gown of white silk on which pearls were gleaming like dewdrops upon a lily. There was also a long white veil. "No. no. no! I hate everything! 1 will not try It on! I will not lie mar neu: tlie countess cried. Ami she hurled at the despised wedding ?on the little doc whip which she chanced to have In her hand. "But should it not fit! To think of it! And only two davs more" One of the two frightened maids protested but sudde...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 18 September 1907

For chronic diseases of all kinds see Dr. Farris the Osteo- path. Phone 508. Four lots in Tbr sale on easy terms. E. B. Henley Addition for & Do. If your eyes trouble you see Dr. Winters over Brooke Smith Bank Miss Roxy Grove will leave Monday for Wp.co to resume her studies at Baylor University. Pretty raps for children at lioiTers'. Mrs. A. Vv. McCorkle is in Galveston visiting her daughter Mrs. Lobet. See the line of colored curtain inadris at Locney Mercantile Co. The Wizard of Wall night only. Friday Coming! Street one Sept. 20th. Mr. McCorkle wants to repair your harness at Broad Hardware Co. d289 Miss Alice Kirkpatrick of Mc- Kinney.the accomplished daugh- ter of E. W. Kirkpatrick is in the city visiting her cousin Dr. L. P. Allison. Its hangs right if its an Alco Looney Mercantile Co. Mr. McCorkle without a doubt is the best harness and buggy top repairer in the city. You will find him with Broad Hard- ware Co. d289. See the Wizard of Wall street at the Opera House. Frid...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 19 September 1907

Very choice lot on Hand 95x212 feet Coggin Addition fenced nice shade. Price $500.00 on very easy terms. E. B. Henley & Co. trect for sale now. E. B. Henley & Co. v. UL. 7. BROWNWOOD. TEXAS THURSDAY. SEPT. J 9 1907. NO. 289 DAILY BULLETIN. r o D 0 O D D FALL Millinery Opening SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 21. Miss McHutchon Center Avenue. 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 comers. McMinn Drug Company. Frightened Negro 1 Tike court house gang got to talking to a negro convict this morning about what a drawing card the hanging of a negro I would be for the fair this fall and the negro who was inclined to half way believe them did some ' lively explaining that he could not be hanged for a misdemeanor He was told that there must be some kind of entertainment pro- vided and went away wondering whether they woulu hang him or his partner. Jake Brin of Comanche yesterday in the city the of friends. spent g...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 19 September 1907

The Daily Bulletin MAYKH FRIXTlMi Co.. Proua. Bntered at the Brown wood Postoffii-e as SecoDd-Clasc Mail Matter WILL H. Mayes Managing Editor H. F. Mavks Baiiness Manager. C A. TowNKtL City Editor. E. E. KlKKPATRII k. Asso. Ed. W R. Dola Foreman Mech Dept. E C ei 1 Ty t ircnmior. Subscription ir Mouib r.Oc Thursday Sept. 19 1907. RAINS COVER COUNTY. Dusty Roads and Streets Made Pleasant by a Drenching Rain Yesterday. For nearly three long months Brownwood people have been waiting and watching for a rain. At first they hoped for one that would benefit the growing crops but later their hopes were for one that would settle the dust and make life bearable as well as fill the Bavou. They wanted one of the old fashioned kind.ground soaking gulley washing chunk floating sort but are content with the fine rain that fell yes- terday afternoon. The rain so far as we can learn just about covered the county. The ter- rible dust is settled and life is again worth living. Reports from down the Sa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 19 September 1907

NONE DITCH umber Nine rns to Passenger Is Delayed Sev.aJ Hours. ncurv id nun glaumi ii nv ii1 in hii in iiiiri i i e i i c m. r i r mm wfcsiHu aisu k v a A. m ratted Damage It Light and No On Wat Hurt. A freight engine on the Frisco A ' A. I 1 4. ft fill ill Lilt; um.il last uiiit at a .... 1 a i a l lonW o n H NT n rn Kor "Vino rta. -i J 1 . C.I". 3 1 Jl 1 O J ng rails is the cause attributed. Piles jfet quick and certain relief rom Dr. Shoop's Magic Ointment. lf.n. A k - . . 1 . 111.'.. 1 l ? I . . T i V T I' lW trhmu. iiinrn . nrotrnainir or uimu s r ;i : w .-. .-.. Prospecting Here. W. J. Saunders of Smithville lifelong friend to R. G. Prater was spending ine aay nere yes- terday taking a look at Brown- rood and the Brownwood coun- try. Mr. Sauncers has dispos- ed of his business interests at Smithville and is seeking a new location. He saw our town be- fore and after the rain and was well pleased. He returned home last night and will come back again to make further investiga- t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 19 September 1907

GREATEST OP MILLINERY DISPLAY 7Ji I all VJJCllilJgf a x iiunipu uuipaoomg ui uiyiv. www SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 21ST WE KEEP OPEN HOUSE and want our friends to call and inspect the many new creations in headwear. Every resource at our command will be brought into action to make this the most auspicious opening in the history or the business. If the variety of hats shown on former occasions were large they will be tremendous this time hor ncnness ana beauty you never saw such hats as you will see on Saturday. FOLLOWS BROWNWOOD Port Worth Indorses Action of 50- 000 Club in Regard to Rates. Secretary EQrkpatrtek of the Fifty ThoiisMiul Chili is in receipt of the following letter t'rm 15. H. Paddock. M. n t.iry of the Fort Worth Board d' Trade: "Mr. E. EL Kirkpatri.-k. "Dear Sir. I am in receipt of yours of yesterday enclosing me resolution adopted by the Brown- wood 50000 club relative to the reduction of passenger fares in Tex.)- "Our organization is on record relative to this matter havin...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 19 September 1907

LAI OFF LAID UP LAID AWAY? RAIN INTERFERED With the Haddock-Stanley Re vival Last Night NOT SO LARGE But Interest Was as Oeod Among The Faith- ful Few In Attendance No Additions. The long silence of the un- heard rain was broken yesterday by the gentle patter of drops 01 the roof but soon grew stronger until one could hear it see it and feel it The faithful audience that had so many times greeted evangelist Haddock at the Christ- ian revival came with prompt- ness but not in such great num- bers. The rain kept some away but a well filled house greeted the speaker and more than one had come from a distance of 20 miles. Those who had come from a distance as well as many within the city had come to hear the illustrated map lecture on the Ladies Call "Origin of Denominations." The subject is held in such high value to any popular audience that the evangelist as well as others thought that the subject ought to be given to a larger audience. The subject was changed and the great lecture w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 19 September 1907

ALL OVER THE HOUSE. Directions For Upholstering an Old Cane Served Chair. When the cane mm of a chair is broken it may be made as good as new by upholstering it at home j After removing tfye superfluous bits ' of cane cover the space with a mat- ting formed of three inch wide can- vas belting woven together. Tack it temporarily in place. After plac- ing over this some coarse muslin draw both smooth and secure at the edge with twine making use of the perforations. Remove the tacks turn the raw edge over toward the center and baste it down. Arrange the curled hair and wool or what- ever you propose to use for stuffing and keep it in position by basting over it a piece of muslin. Then carefully fit the rip pin it in dif- ferent places until you are certain it is in perfect shape and tack it permanently following of course the tracing made for the cane ('ov- er the edge with galloon to match the rip using tiny ornamental tac -ks. Freckle Lotion. A good freckle lotion may be made as foll...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 19 September 1907

- .- I Millinery Way SATURDAY SEPT. 21st 1907. From 2:30 till 8 p. m. See the "Cream of Creation" in the Millinery line. Mrs. J. E. J. Warren Our Cigar Case Contains the finest line citfars carried bv anv firm of in the city and its a pleasure to wait on the trade. There is nothing that gives more satisfaction than a fine flavored cigar you enjoy that kind if you come to our place to get your smokes. Renfro's. Ben "Weed was down from May yesterday looking after business matters. For chronic diseases of all kinds see Dr. Farris the Osteo- path. Phone 568. W. H.Thompson returned last night from a week's trip to Cisoo and Abilene. Four lots in Taber Addition for ale on easv te rins. ' K. B. Henley & 0. Chas. Ratliff came up from Lampasas and spent the night at home returning thil morning. . . a it your eyes trounie you see Dr. Winters over Brooke Smith Bank Lee Crawforo employed at the Armetn ng Transfer stables hae raturned trm a visit to home folks at Boycv Texas The style is rig...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 20 September 1907

DAILY BULLETIN. 95x212 feet Coffin Addition fenced nice shade. Price $500.00 on very easy terms. E. B. Henley & Co. street jar sale now. E. Fx Henley & Co. VOL. BROWNWOOD. TEXAS FRIDAY SEPT. 20 1907. NO. 290 THE OPERA SEASON F Vcy choice lot on Hand r I FALL Millinery Opening SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 2 1 . McHutchon Center Avenue. Brown wood Opera House Has! Many Attractions Booked. 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 comers. McMinn Drug Company. SLIGHT RTNAWAY. Little Lad Take m Fast Ride Behind a Runaway Horse at Noon Today. Just about noon today a gentle- man with a little boy in the buggy with him drove up to the 1 banana store on East Broadway - and left the little fellow in the "buggy to hold the horse. No sooner than the man had alighted than the horse began to run. It ran up the street to the corner of the square with the little fel- low calling "Daddy" and there it was stopped by C. A. ...

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

The Daily Bulletin MAYES 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. TUN NELL. City Editor. E C. 8EITZ Daily Circulator. E. E. KIRKPATRICK Associate Editor. W. R. DULA. Foreman Mech. Dept. AN ANTI-PASS LAW RULING. Judge W. H. Pope district judge at Beaumont has in his chargettoithe grand jury held that certain features of the anti- pass are unconstitutional. He said that the legislature has no right to interfere with the right of contract unless the contract might be harmful to the welfare or the morals of the community or of the people. Quoting his language as to the right of the .roads to exchange transporattion for anything else than money Judge Pope said: "Railroads havea right to contract with news- papers for advertising and pay for it in transportation and in- dividuals have the right to give right of way in return for trans- portatio...

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

L YOUN QUAIL ARE VICTIMS. Birds AreFound Dead in Crevices Cau; 3f by Dry Weather. LaGra Tex.. Sept. 10. The rontinuous dry weather has work- J I ! ! 1 1 . 1 latest to come under notice was the cracking of the earth in this neighborhood. For the width of six inches in places the earth has racked ami the opening extends down several feet. In addition to this young quail are found in these crevices dead. It is supposed that in racing over the prairie they fell into the open- ings and were unable to extricate themselves in consequence of which thev starved to death. Foley's Kidney Cure will cure any case oi Kidney or oiaaaer trouble that is not beyond the reach of medicine. No medicine can do mure. Camp-Bell Drug Co. Committees Appointed. Xearlv every Fraternal order in the city lias appointed committees t confer with B K. Hurllmt. man- ager of the Central Texas Fair in regard t having a Fraternal day at the fair. The committees are meeting at the American Hank & Trust Co.s offices ...

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

DISPIvAV OF A'llIJUirvii 1907 Fall Opening a Triumph Surpassing in Style and Attractiveness All Other Events. SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 21ST WE KEEP OPEN HOUSE and want our friends to call and inspect the many new creations in headwear Every resource at our command will be brought into action to make this the most auspicious opening in the history of the business. If the variety of hats shown on former occasions were large they will be tremendous this time. For richness and beauty you never saw such hats as you will see on Saturday. Hours 2:30 afternoon to 10 in the Evening. GREATEST MoHUTCHOX I I '1 he Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING CO.. Proua. Ciiitred at the Brown wood Poetomce as cond-Clas Mail Matter. kL Mayks Managing Editor ki. F. Mayes Business Manager. C. A. Tdknell Citv Editor. E. E. Kikkpatrick Asso. Ed. W. R.Dula Foreman Mech. Dept. E C. SKIT7 Daily Circulator. Subscription per Month 50c Friday Sept. 20 1907. Reform Rampant! When Reform with a hip R. recently hit Texas it landed...

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

ft 4 ID OFF LAID UP LAID AWAY? Mr. Wage-Earner: Did you ever think what might happen to you or to your family if any one of the above should find you with no flour in the bin and no money in the purse? Wouldn't it b: wise for you to provide against that day and begin NOW? We invite you to open up a savings account with us and add to it as you have opportunity Both men and women as well as children should avail themselves of this opportunity by laying aside a fixed portion of their income. We shall be pleased to take care of your valuable papers and to consult with you re- garding any business matters that will be to your interest. THE BROWNWOOD NATIONAL BANK Capitol and Surplus $200000.00 Off Joers: i YANTIS. President !. C. WEAKLPY. lt Vice rVri I A WALK El'' 2nd Vice ''V-.s. -IU.ARD KOM1NF.S. uisHfrr v Hj R CROSS At liif -. P. FORD A-st. Cash- I AT THE TABERNACLE Large Crowd Gathered Last Night and Meeting is Held. UNDER FAVORABLE CONDITIONS The Evangelist Took Eor His Subject The...

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

t SHOWERS OF FISH. Tha the Not Unusual Phenomenon Is Brought About. The snomenon of a shower of fish is re common occurrence tnan ia' It . rally supoosed. ibtfdlyAif jLsome email ft of fisheai 'been lift- ed froi the wateB &rrirl nvor dry lar.d by vE it popularly known as a watersBht. When two currents of air trlreling in oppo- site directions meet the resulting atmospheric disturbance if on a small scale is called a whirlwind and if on a large scale a tornado the destructive powers of which are proverbial. Hon. Ralph Abercromby defines a whirlwind a "a mass of air whose height is enormously greater than its width rotating rapidly round a more or less vertical axis." The mass might Ik? for instance 200 feet high and only ten feet in diam- eter. This whirlwind column has a funnel-like center and may travel as fast as thirty miles an hour in a particular course. The phenomenon is usually visi- ble in the sky as a descending col- umn. This is owing to the compres- sion of a cloud w...

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