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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 18 May 1904

r 7" V DAILY BULLETIN. ft9tt flliti 12 Br VOL. 4. RROWNWOOD TEXAS WEDNESDAY MAY 18. 1904. NO. 182 A :f!f:::f::!ffH?::Hf?5!!n;!: V - 1 """" II -v - I I -WW In passing our store when you want Shoes? We have them guaranteed against all defects at low prices. We have them in all leathers all sizes all toes high or low cut We have the Shoes that please SAM BRIN I IT U J V -JJ sssskssssssssssssssssss I Rubber Heels! OOOOOO 'MXKXXT'. O OOOOOO OOOOOO n '? Real Wear UMBRELLAS Once -worn always worn Easy; Xoisleess Lasting. A gross just re- ceived all sizes for both men and women. We will put a pair on for vou while you wair only 50c a pair hi o SHOEISTS. We waht-votilto buy a 'eood Umbrefia because we know Si ' from its. n.se. We have a - variety of hantUes :n silver s and pold and we guarantee the silk to lie the very best that can be pin in' umbrel- las ahd further guarantee tftein ol to rij.or split for 2 Wars'- ... - .'. : ' A FEW 2500 yards of plain and fancy i all Silk Ribbons from one...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 18 May 1904

lifer- - J J -4 f . Time of Yea.r To consider the matter of cool olothes and it is the time we are at our best. Stocks are oompletein Summer Under- wear Hosiery Negligee Shirts Light Weight Wash Goods etc low quarter Shoes and Women's Oxfords Court and Gibson Ties in large va- riety of Styles. For men Hanan Shoes are best Thompson's next best. HOWARD GILLIAM BROS. We sell goods worth the money M0WXW00D LODGEiiDIRHCTORY. ! DR. w. Jb. ANDERSON N-ntw w iwc iPnrt;ncr w;n he ! Practice limited to diseases ol the published at $10 per year. Orders car- rying these standing notices will not be charged tor nonces of extra and called meetings. Others will be charged regu- i -at advertising rates. I I. J. Rioe went fo Brudy today on legal business. Cape Jassemine buds in any quantity at C. H. Calvert's. Nothing made that toufhos Deering Maohinery and Twine. Boyce Smith retuned last night fom a business trip to San Angelo. I know that .the Gibson Well Water is fine for indigestion. Kaneaster. v...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 19 May 1904

DAILY BULLETIN. '4 - VOL. 4. RROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY MAY 19 1904. NO. 183 - ......r.. i i t i t i i ; ;;;!; M :!!:!!!! :!!"'. ' ....-............ ''''!!!;!!! t !!."' i t i t Jj--.: ; . 1 kv I II II .P""- a a 1 99 TRY A RAFR Your Opportunity To huy guaranteed goods at one-thid less than teguiat prices is now offered at Sam Brin's while the great May Sale is in progress. We have the goods you have the money. Let's ex- change? You will get the biggest end of the deal SAM BRIN. "'.. 5SS5SoSSSS5SSSSSSoSSIeSSSSSSUS5SSSSSS e o o est UOOOffSOO ooea eoosooee caaaeooo oooCGoeoa o o o a a tsooeeoso SOQOGOCSQS oaaa osaeoseoQeoeeoooeoB t ::::: ::::: ::::: rnr ratf ' f AlFvS' i7 1 I w 1 Vm V 1 I A A &zSt I - . If i f .J8- w "" 'SV I J s I O S I i ' v oooo oeoaaia acaoo -. . i i OBO0B6DSBPSOI(O ewacsaoecoeooooooo r Ribbon and Lac aps SPECIALS You've gbt;yonr new hat ami vonr new suit and I you nted new Shoes to complete your outfit. WVve got the fpok''well kind and .the wear-well kind and can...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 19 May 1904

THE DAILY BULLETIN. MAYES PRINTING CO. Proprietors. Entered at the Brownwood PoetofSce as second class fiiail matter. "WILL H. MAYES Editob. HERVEY F. MAYES Manager. THOS. A. DUDGEON Circulation Manager. GOOD PICKING FOR THE OPF10EES. The law grants every individual or gathering. of individuals the . right to worship God according to the dictates of their conscience. "In this connection we refer to the Holiness meeting taking place in the city at present. It appears that the combined hoodlum element of the country have determined upon a course of persecution against this meetingand officers of the law are reminded that this field pres ents an inviting opportunity to force these toughs to respect the law. A few niglits ago the tent was torn down lamps scattered and' all :the oil poured out The next night they entered tho tent evidently . for the same purpose but found the preachers on guard. A horse - and buggy were appropriated nd the horso almost run to death. The same outfit last ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 19 May 1904

i ALL OVER THE HOUSE. The Pantry as an Adjunct to the Kitchen. V In planning a -home too much care cannot he given to the pantry says a writer ui the Minneapolis Housekeeper us htre it ir many un- necessary steps is:i. he taken many false movement nuide. if the place is not convenient 4:1 tery detail. In mosi hriuu rt 1- here the bak- ing is prepared fvr un.ess it is pos- sible to .pre mix many dishes on a broad shelf in the pantry it means that 'ail the ingredients used must be. carried frmn sin- pantry out into the fcitetoeR to 4he Uihle and back agaiiif iuto the pantry when the cookliHr; is tltvm;. In . tr mst convenient pantry there is 4' Wuid shelf sufficiently larsre Jto i:Mi aide bake board 5Bliis: jsjfcX'is at right angles with the- jtv&r & which the supplies are pfal.a?id it is possible to stand 111 'OMupkMffe'hiU? preparing a bak- ing Mm -if! tfw lake but a step or I jihe" furthest end . of the ; 1h fillMW f ti.i- 'shelf is a large viiwIov.virtc4i ' .-.j&vcs- p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 19 May 1904

II TO-DAY We announce the cleaning up and closing out of special lines in Wash : --. Goods and short lengths in White Goods. Special lines of Linens and Staples to close out. Odd lot of Belts ; V and Fancy Goods broken assortments . to close out at a price. Do not forget we sell Hart Schaffner & Mark Cloth- ins:; R. &. W. Trousers and Summer Suits. Hanan's and Thompson's Shoes. HOWARD & GILLIAM BROS. MOWiWOOD LODGE DIRECTORY. I Notices under this heading! will be potfilished at $10 per year. Orders car- ryiag these standing notices will not be charged for notices of extra and called xutetisgs. Others will be charged regu-j -dvertfeing rates. i . vr. O- w. ' HfcrUMi-' Vallev Camp No. 45 meets JKMOeafeee the first and third E!mjw8at aigkts in each month. '. $w. Walters Conn. Com. A. E. Wilson Clerk 1 I I ! Mraad Time Table. ' ' SANTA 1?E 3S Kast-beand leaves at 7:35 a. m THROUGH TRAINS If you nre particular about ?S' dS""'-"7S ality ami .quantity trade xyith West-bound arr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 20 May 1904

BULLETIN. VOL. 4. RROWNWOOD TEXAS FRIBAY MAY 20. 1904. mm Your Opportunity P E?HP7 Fife fiMC 8 V - V DAILY NO IRA a ee U J r ii . - ) eaei. Coitt. eci Co. 9tt. Cco. ftec.. SOt. ) 1 v. TRY A PAIR To bay guaranteed goods at one-th&d less than fegtila prices is now offered at Sam Brin's while the great May Sale is in progress We have the goods you have the money. Let's ex- change? oti will get the biggest end of the deal SAM BRIN. II ) a at a 099 - ' ft) ... ft) ft) ft) ft) ft) ' :::::::::::.:::: 5. ;' J22S222S 11211111 ! i 5 5SSS525SI5SSSS5 1 x m !! f m !!'! m m !!'!!!! . : : 2 :::::::: j i ..: t :: 2 :::: : : . 8at))as)sct)0aes99aaa00ft)ft) rmmmmammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm m Ribbon and Lace SPECIALS 2500 yards of plain and fancy all Silk Ribbons from one to six inches wide worth from 15c to 60c per yard closing at -per yard Perhaps You've got yoni-new liat and vonr new suit and you need new Shoes to complete your outfit. We've got the Iook'well kind andjthe wear-well kind and can lit you...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 20 May 1904

- i ' ' - it 1 i iiii i iiijM3i iuuiuuiMwj i ii ff nun 1 1 1 1 iiinri 1 1 ii itif iu ri 1 1 f nun H CM 8091 msmmm 11 htenng ROS. & M I ST ROT ONLY lO 1 nc greatest xjargain jjivcni or uic ocasun wppuiLumuw iui uiiuunwai .t-ryvj. wj. &uwiuiu wi wwjf - chose or your money back Counter Sale Marked. Down Prices Throughout our entire stock. Plain Figure Marks- Look for the Big Price Ticket. . DAYS . t III II II wSfimmm il OOa 1 ! ji8 ' ill 111111 Shoes Shoes Big Slaughter Sale of Shoes for ladies men and boys. Shoes for children the best line oi shoes in the United States. Such as Hamilton- Brown & Co's. shoes H G. Godman shoes Helmer Bettman shoes Drew Selby shoes. The four best line of shoes made. Every pair with a guar- antee back of them or your money back. Entire line on sale at a saving to the consumers during this sale. . ... f . Ladies fine strap Sandals and Oxfords retail price 2.00 on sale 1.48. Ladies J .50 Slippers on sale at 1.18. Ladies 2.50 Slippers at 1.98. La...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 20 May 1904

CO &e News From Over by Our Special StaJf of Correspondents OX THE WING. he news that's published as a sight thought I'd try to write; object Is to let vou know 'hat we folke are ou the go Oh J! forgot you said 1 "must" rue pjse ana not poetry ana icky Lad seoins to oppose ine I wish I knew who he was. go eat with him just for spite. Lev. Young of Blanket visited preached at Comanche. iev. ix. iN. Fulton preacnea Sunday at Turkey Peak. Jverything is lovely and the jose hangs high I mean every- in crnnrl Rnirits Lots of rain grass weeds and her thigs to keep farmers busy L-oo o liontiTl people. Mrs. Crockett joined her hus- )P d in singing "No Hope in f Jesus" at the close of the ser- sing. The gospel would have better effect on people as many a good sermon is iaid down in our songs. There was preaching at every church last Sunday at Blanket; at the Baptist by Kev. Earp at the C." P. church by Kev. Martin at the Christian church by Elder Ribbel. Blanket is growing financially rel...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 20 May 1904

3 i i 1 r We Show Today The very stylish and high class . dress fabric- of the season. Silk orgahdies in floral designs in the popular grades of the better class and in the imported qualities correct for midsum- mer wear and different to any- thing you will see. Violets pinks and blues over light grounds. HOWARJD (Si GILLIAM BROS -:. - lpla.JK "8ROWNW0OD LODGE DIRECTORY. Notices under this heading! will be published at $10 per year. Orders car--ryig these standing notices will not be charged for notices of extra and called meetings. Others will be charged regu- r advertising rates. v. o. w. . Pecan Valley Camp No. 45' meets 'in Maccabee Hall the first and third Thursday nights in each month. Geo. "Walters Coun.Coai. A. E. "Wilson Clerk. Railroad Time Table. - : saxta fe ?S "feast-bound leaves at'. . . .7:35 a. ni. " i Arrives From the East 9:30 p. in. THROUGH TRAINS 'S East-bound arrives. .......7:15 p. in. Departs 7:35 p. in 77 West-bound arrives 9:30 a. in. Departs 9:45 a. m FRISC...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 21 May 1904

BULLETIN. Ih VOL. 4. RROWNWOOD TEXAS. SATURDAY MAY 21 1904. NO. 185 Your Opportunity DAILY -fa -. . . TRY si I. 11 U VV: i : ::::::::::::::::::::::: s J : s s ; i ::::::: x I:::;;::;:::::::;:: j ; X22222222222222a222222222222 Ribbon and Lace SPECIALS-" 2500 yards of all Silk Ribbons inches wide worth from 15c to 60c per yard closing at per yard 'JUS .: m 5000 yards real regular 8 I -3c to make the price at Nothing like them ever sold at these prices berore SEE THE GOODS YOU BUY! I RAMEY SMITH L"lJ A RAIRl plain and fancy from one to six 10c 1 Torchon Laces j 20c values; we 4c To bay guaranteed goods at one-third less than regular prices is now offered at Sam Brin's while the great May Sale is in progress We have the goods yew have the money. Let's ex- change? ou wi&get the biggest end of the deal. J erhaps V 'U.e jrot-jiJnr new hat and vnnr new suit an ! vou need new Shoes t complete your outfit. We've got the Iookwell kind andjthe. 7 wear-well kind and can lit you and -AT MODER...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 21 May 1904

BoJore entering th bare unshelter- ed plateau of Tibet the road to Lhasa winds through seven miles of pine forest which recalls some of the most beautiful valleys of Switzerland. The wood line ends abruptly. After that ihere is nothing but barrenness and desolation. There are long strips of arable land on each side of the road and. villages every two or three miles. The fields are terraced and enclosed -within stone walls. Scattered on the Alllsickr are stone built house? with low. overhanging caves and long wcottea tiles each weighed down with a sraj' boulder. One misht imagine . Atteself in Kandersteg or Lauterbrnn- aon; nnly lofty praying fiags and niani--wsUrightly painted with Buddhistic pictures ; ami Inscriptions dispel the fHw yWrs ago J. was in the Yatung valley. at the same elevation as tlie ore IhjIow Gautsa which 1 am now 4ta9BribiR;. and not a day's inareh f rd It. Th ground was carpeted ih sfcMpaps. . Besides the nrinntfcis I oftisstei elxfet different lands of them 'a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 21 May 1904

"I Have Every Reason WRITES MRS. KANE OF CHICAGO. Mrs. K. Kane. ITS Chicago lil.. tAits: t "Pcruna has been used so long in J I oar family that I do not know how t ould get along without it. I have 4 TiVen if to all of my children at wfi croup colds and the many ail- meet's f&af children are subject to and am pleased to say that it has kept them in splendid health. I have also used it for a catarrhal difficulty of long -standing and it i cured me in a short time so I have every reason to praise Peruna." t Mrs. K. Kane. Pe-ru-na Protects the Entire House- hold Against Catarrhal Diseases. -' One of the greate-st foes -with which every family has to contend is our . changeable climate. To protect the family from colds and coughs i-5 always ;a serious problem and often impossible. Sooner er later it is the inevitable fate of every one to catch cold. Care in avoiding exposure and the use of proper clothing -will protect from the fre- quency and perhaps the severity of colds but with ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 21 May 1904

GRAND Slaughtering Ml ST ROT at iiiuwiiiiiiimiiiuijttsiiiia H lit- 1 rvT ? I! CO. I' ii ONLY lO IAY LONGER. Entite stock marked down at Reduced Prices- Cotinte sale plain figures marked down prices for yotir in- spection. We guarantee to sell you Dry Goods Clothing and Shoes for less money than any concern in the state. Remembe this sale continues only ten days longer. Ten days more of the greatest money-saving bar- gains ever witnessed in Brownwood. Throughout our entire stock you will find goods priced under actual values. Plain figure matk. Some Few of the Flany Bargains Throughout the Stock: NEW P ARRIVALS By express andfffreight today. Novelties in Fancy Dress Goods Black Goods Silks. The nobbiest things shown this season in Summer" Wear: The big Floral pattern in Organdies a big variety anil entire line placed on sale Monday. During this ale at one-third off of actual retail alue. 25 pieces of Organdie Swiss big floral patterns satin stripe retail price per yard 25c on sale at...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 21 May 1904

r4 rt jy3Jyaa?jya rSizy rr a& . W W w W l5ilwJ If- 1 t- 1 If- ' UyilZ ' "w "w . -w ' w w u NEVER BEFORE E3 1 J Rogers Clothing the Town Talk has the public seen such a combination of PROPER DRESS WITH PROPER PRICES You can dress well and spend but little money on your dress it you wear Rogers' Clothing There is a happy combination of light weight goods WT ITH Iv I ix H T IF le I O JE THREE PIECE SUITS TWO PIECE SUITS. Made especially for the warm weather that is right upon us and made to stand the wear of the Texas snmmer climate. Don't conclude that because our Clothing is cheap in price that it is poor in quality. We will not handle any- thing but'good clothing. Odd pants in all latest styles suitable for wear with any coats and vests are a specialty with us. Good Underwear at reasonable prices is one of our hobbies. We equip you with everything you need for good comfortable dressing from hat down or from shoes up. Yours for the Clothing Trade ROGERS DRY GOODS CO. v v (C111P ....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 21 May 1904

The Daily Bulletin. MAYES PRINTING CO Publishers. BROWNWOOD TEXAS There are some people who think the dentist not the politician has the biggest pull. The latest news from the grafted nose is that it has taken root and is getting ready to blossom. One Teason that trusts are often dissolved is that too much water is frequently used in their composition. "A sneer never yet answered an argument" says the Hartford Times. And it's foolish to try to argue against a sneer. Dr. Pearsons the Chicago philan thropist endowed three colleges in commemoration of his birthday Long life to him! When Mine. Patti gives up $40000 once in her grip she surely intends -to make another "farewell tour" in -order to recover it. . Half a million talking-machine rec ords were destroyed in a Camden. T.'J. fire the other day without utter- ing a word of protest. There is something in the finger nail diagnosis. If you have aches all over you and your nails are thin and brittle you have rheumatism. You can't make...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 21 May 1904

AND How Toads Undress. For a marvel of economy you will never beat the toad. He eats his own clothes says a devout lover of that harmless and slimy creature. At cer- tain seasons he begins to undress. He begins by rubbing his elbows hard against his sides and pressing down- ward. In a second the old suit bursts open along his back and he keeps on rubbing until he has worked it all in folds on his sides and hips; then he seizes one of his hind legs and begins to haul off one leg of his trousers and next the other leg is served in the same way. Of course a brand new- suit is discovered by this disrobing process. Before he takes off the rest .of his old clothes he .folds his trous- ers up quite neatly and swallows them. Then by raising and lowering his head and swallowing little by little he hauls off his coat until he "comes to the sleeves. Grasping one of these with the opposite hand he ilrags it off wrong side out and swal- lows it also rubbing his neck at the same time so that his ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 21 May 1904

MONDAY'S Selling will be large in most all depart- ments of the store. There will be a num- ber of small lots to close out at a price and new lines of midsummer wear offered. Our stock is large and very complete; our . ' . showing is not surpassed by any. We sell . Hanan's Shoes for top notchers Thomp- son's for next best. Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothing Hawes Hats. HOWARD (Si GILLIAM BROS. Notices under this heading will be published at $10 per year. Orders car- rying these standing notices will not be charged for notices of extra and called meetings. Others will be charged regu- ar advertising rates. xv. o. xv. Pecan Valley Camp No. 45 meets In.Maccabee Hall the first and third Hiursday nights in each month. Geo. W.vlters Coun.Com. A. E. "Wilson Clerk. Keep Your Homes Constantly in Repair And it will be s Long Time Before You Need New Ones Best Prepared Paint Repairs A!! Bad Appearances vSD IS ""Endlessly Useful Decidedly Practical Most economical and Jrcly Beautiful ilADE C BL...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 23 May 1904

Bl daily BULLETIN 7 : ' : VOL. 4. RROWNWOOD TEXAS MONDAY MAY 23 1904. NO. 186 i Tie Spring Fever I ma . i'TaA - . . ii II r I I t Brin is Out for Your trade and his low prices ate doing tie -work Has struck the town and nearly everybody has a mdonft care" feeling but the weather has not affected Brings trade in the least -His great May Sale has been a success from the beginning and many of the Brownwood people have taken advantage of the opyortunity to buy their supply of summer clothing and dress doods. at a big saving SAM BRIN. Come in and look the Stock- over. It means a saving to; yott. Try us once mam - I II : II j -Si v . lflj VVii:::::::::::::::: if speclallics j 2500 yards regular 10 and 12 I'2c Olp Percals new choice patterns at 03 5000 yards Real Torchon Lace worth 8 J-3 to 20c per yard on sale at 2500 yards all silk plain and fancy Ribbon from i to 6 in. widths worth from 5c 1 fip to 60c at - NEW SHIPMENT Oi cream and white cotton Voiles figured Organdies Mousseline De So...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 23 May 1904

' ... ............ irrgCTrgkfiniim nntmm nntmm immimnsasi 19 flllMIIIINM m I 1 iH ONLY SIX DAYS MORE ! I -THIS WEEK ONLY M ISTROT Slaughtering Of Drv Goods Clothing Shoes. A Great Money-Saving Opportunity while this sale continues. Counter Sale Plain Figures Marked Down Prices -throughout our entire stock. The largest stock and biggest variety for your selection. 0 GRAND NEW D ARRIVALS By express and freight today. Novelties in Fancy Dress Goods Black Goods Silks. The nobbiest things shown this season in Summer Wear: The big Floral pattern in Organdies a biff variety and entire line placed on sale Monday. During this sale at one-third off of actual retail value. 25 pieces of Organdie Swiss big floral patterns satin stripe retail price per yard 25c on sale at ISc 20 pieces of solid color Mouseline de eoi Silk Mulls for evening dress 27 in. wide in black white cream champagne and colors retailprice per3ara wc on sale per -ard 10 pieces of large flowered Or- gandie Batiste de soi retai...

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