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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 20 September 1907

I V Millinery Way SATURDAY SEPT. 21st 1907. From 2:30 till 8 p. m. See the "Cream of Creation" in the Millinery line. Mrs. J. . J. Warren. Our Cigar Case Contains the finest line cicars carried bv any firm in o - 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. Renfros. For chronic diseases of all kinds see Dr. Farris the Osteo- path. Phone 568. Four lots in Taber Addition for sale on easv terms. ' E. B. Henley ft Co. Fred Glover came in this morning for a few days visit to homefolks. Everything new at Majefi- to- night. 4-291 Hal Hardeman and E. B. Hen- ley returned yesterday afternoon from a business trip to San Saba. Ladies etoaks eheap at Looney ' Mercantile Co "s. If your eyes trouble you see Dr. Winters over Brooke Smith Bank Boys wagons cheap at Looney Hardware Miss Hattie Brin left this morning for a few days visit to Mrs. L. Litt at Cole...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 21 September 1907

DAILY BULLETIN. 95x212 feet Coggin Addition fenced nice shade. Price $500.00 on very easy terms. E. B. Henley & Co. Ireet for sale now. E. B. Henley & Co. I BUILDING IF "! JfOE Very choice lot on Hand zl 7. 3ROWNWOOD TEXAS. SATURDAY. SEPT. 21 1907. NO. 291 BOUGH r FALL Millinery Opening SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 2 1. 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. Received Damages. Rufus Hulen the negro who was injured the Santa Fe several months ago has received .f'J.'io damages from the claim agent of the road. Hulen fell from the ears of a passenger train near Coleman .Junction and one of his feet and both lesrs were badly in- jured by the ear wheel. The ne- pro lay where he fell for more than twelve hours and was pick- ed up by I freight crew and car- ried to Coleman where he re- ceived medical attention. The prices in Millinery at Rog- ers' will be a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 21 September 1907

THE CAREFUL SHOPPER Ra itorc ;hii listr )arti ngi he bver hnor lar ei tar in er lac nd ret nd oo ha C or ur n ai 11 as of tor sh( an in lo thi rei an CP ce fii a gi et ci Is no: content to walk into a store and make a purchase without first having seen the goods on display at the several large department stores. The person who takes advantage of these opportunities is always stylishly dressed in the latent fabrics and is never extravagant in their purchases. Realizing this we do not expect a customer to walk into our store and make a purchase without first having seen the goods shown by other stores. But we do feel that it will prove of interest to you to at last give us a look knowing as we do that there is not a more complete and up-to-date stock of goods carried west of Fort Worth than you will find on display here. We will gladly show you through every department and thank you for giving us a look. LOOINEY MERCANTILE CO. THE HOME OF UP-TO-DATE MERCHANDISE. if he Daily Bulletin M...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 21 September 1907

N DID INS T.- t Rji1linTr Anopln. Coleman and Nearly all This Section. w w v r ROWN COUNTY WET in Wa 1 jkt al Ran. 7nkrr. Mullen. Winchell Mercury and Better at Rising Star and May. Rain reports indicate that the torm clouds which hung over hie sprtinn nf Tpybs vesterdav istributed their contents in a M I I 4 II M I HT I III M i i UQIV- ng many places and only laying - - - O Hp dust at others. The rain ver Brown county was light in ost places although May and lanket are reported to have re- eived copious showers. Rising 4-o VnA a rrrxrA yn in nnH Q licrht Bill tL Dailr iuiuiivii ercury Winchell and other laces. San Angelo had a small rain nd Coleman also received a mttv (TiirtA wot finer Rnllintrpr vw.j w- ' - .-.---. - T5 nd Comanche were 1 ucky and got J - TM- i T UUU ICilllS. 1 IIC I CUI IS XI Villi hpse two towns are as follows: Comanche Texas. Sept. 20. or me nrsi unit: since eariy m r : - i j une Comanche county received rain today. The precipitation as heavy tor several hours...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 21 September 1907

Don't fo for Get d scourased because oi the crop conamons. u uu ..u hem "y. eettine discouraged. Pin vour faith to the country. Carry a cheerful face. Do our W e stand ready toao an in our power iu nciy ju . ---- - . tion backed by careful conservative successful business men. We solicit your deposits your col- lections your business. THE CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK. NEXT DOOR TO CAMP BELL DRUG CO. The Daily Bulletin TUB PRINTING CO.. Props. at the Brownwood Postoffiee as Second-Clase Mail Matter. Will H. Maves Managing Editor H. F. Mavks Business Manager. C. A.-yTCNNELL City Editor. E. E. Kikkpatr Ii'K Asso. Ed. W R. '"tla Foreman Mech. Dept. E C tNHTZ Pailv Circulator. Subscription jer Month r0c .Saturday Sept. 21 1907. on the Yresent market value f 440 fr Standard oil stock Mr. Rockefeller interest in the com- pany is valued at about $109000;- 000. Mr. Kellogg succeeded in getting upon the record evidence which tended to show that the Standard Oil company Had made an agreement to furn...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 21 September 1907

L..4 III OFF LAID UP LAID AWAY? Mr. Wage-Earner: v Did you ever think whac might happen to you or to your family if any one of the aSbvc 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 dav 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. THURSDAYTHE DAY November 7th Will Be Fraternal Day at Fall Fair. MR POWER SELECTED SPEAKER And D. F. rohnson Matter of Ceremonies For the Big Day at the Fair. Enter- tainment Committee Appointed. The committees appointed by the different Fraternal orders of the citv to confer with thp Full Fair management regarding a Fraternal day at the Fall Fair met a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 21 September 1907

1 If yop should have an unex- pected par- ty to din- ner and would like to serve Ice Cream phone us. We deliver MAGNO- LIA ICE CREAM in any quantity. b-BaU ORIGIN Or SUNDIALS. Camp-Bell Drug Co. Wizzard of Wall Street. The theatrical season was opened last night at Harryman opera house by the "Wizard of Wall Street" company in a very laughable light comedy. The house was well filled and from the time the curtain went up until it dropped there was a con- stant roar of laughter. The in- dividual work of the members cf the company was simply fine and as a whole they pleased the audience. This marks the open- ing of what promises to be the best show season Brown wood has known. The opera house is being fin- ished up and made comfortable and some of the very best shows have been booked. . 3atarrh To prove unquestionably and beyond anydonbt a Catarrh of the note and throat can txs cured m rami shin patients through drut giu. small Trial Boxes of Dr. Bboop's Catarrh Cure o this because I a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 21 September 1907

Our Cigar Case Contains the finest line of cigars carried by any firm 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. For chronic diseases of all kinds see Dr. Karris the Osteo- path. Phone 56s. Mrs. J. S. Lowry is in Cisco visiting her daughter Mrs. Wesley Tebbs. Four lots in Taber Addition for sale on easv terms. ' E. B. Henlev Co Dr. A. L. Anderson left last night for Fort Worth on a busi- ness trip. Everything new at Majestic to- night. ' -! Joe McCall of Brady was spending the night in Brown- wood with home folks last night. Ladies eloaks cheap at Looney s Mercantile Co.'s. Mr. R. E. Weaver of San An- gelo was in the city yesterday on business in connection with the Ratliff-Leves realty deal. If your eyes tronble you see Dr. Winters over Brooke Smith Bank Boys wagons cheap at Looney's Hardware. Miss Rosa Taylor of Richland Spri...

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

DAILY BULLETIN. IRE INSURANCE FIRE INSURANCE E. B. Henley & Co. E. B. Henlev & Co. BROWNWOOD. TEXAS. TUESDAY SEPT. 24 1907 NO. 293 y Opening A Success We were more than pleased with the success of our Millinery opening. The ladies came in countless numbers and they each and every one stopped long enough to admire the many pretty styles we are showing. This means that when they have looked around they will come back and buy here because none other compare in style beauty and price. AW are going to make close prices and give the correct styles. Miss McHutchon. Opera House Thursday Sept. 26. First High Class Attraction of the Season. P A Beautiful Play For Ladies and Children. Shoes ! Shoes ! Your Next at Our Fount The cold drink seanon ie not over by any means in fact wo are selling more cold drinks this month than we sold in August the reason is not tht the demand has increased so very much but because the superiority of our drinks has caused onr trade to increase. We want to...

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

Fit Right Wear Right Priced Right. 1 " I howi I I Tli t I i. Q I 1 I ion! is i Ol( am um tost d fori en i ion onu mc hat n ist uri lfa ras Bert he o t he uri he ul is ! epr in hat eet un td pp. ge le he hai 'br: us 'he iai hen n t as osr he be ftri fe- 0D1 f J B ave d 1 igh esi ul ( ( Ji n it i a shof that fi The Most Servi cable Line of Chil- dren and Misses School Shoes on The Market. You often find a shoe that will wear well but the style is not the best. Again you find and thp nrirp ts more than von think it should be for the amount of service obtained. The lady that must have good shoes at a reasonable price and want distinctiveness in their footwear far above the ordinary kinds and pay no more for them than they do for ordinary shoes can't help but appreciate The La France. We have this shoe in all the latest styles and popular leathers. We guarantee to fit your feet and insure good service as well as comfort. If your last shoes hurt your feet or did not hold their shape and w...

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

T Lvangelist Haddock Interests Large Audience at Night. IE ILLUSTRATES MADE owing the State or Condition in Which Una Exists During His Natural Life end the Life Beyond. The audience last night at the hrist ian Tabernarle was near Q0. The cvenihi? Was hlAOJuml i id everything seMnod to he. fa- wrallf to a great serviee. Tin- an with the cornet was on hand id ready to send forth peals of elody from his instrument whilm ELudi-eds of voices chimed in with e melody. .Many people wh n not attend the services sit in jr. rncss waiting for the music to gin. The evangelist aotwith- anding ;t hard days work Sim- ay. was in good condition. The States. The evangelist used u vreafl mart something like 5x6 feet on rhi'-h was drawn representations If rive different states or ondi- iK'hs in whn-li nnin exists nrimr is natural life and in the life !- L' t mi ron-i. l here were rive sections lam section renresentniL' a k-imr. lorn state or condition from the post intensely innoeent and pleas- irahle....

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

Yes We have heard that times were hard but if you listen to some people you will always think that times are hard. The man that goes ahead and does his best lives within his income and manages to lay by a few dollars each month will never know hard times. I he best way to save money is to put it in a good bank one that is safe conservative and successiul. We invite the deposits of the man Yhos a.blc t0 save only a small amount. That is the start towards being a large depositor. If we can be of any assistance to you we will take pleasure in serving you. Our bank is growing. We expect to grow more but we will never grow so big that we will forget those who hclpecl us grow. THE CITIZENS NATIONAL) BANK. NEXT DOOR TO CAMP-HELL DRUG C 0 f Standard Oil Fine a Forerunner of VLllvl J IAWSON. Financier. " ' ! i HE people in. ike their outo lav-; t ho people wonid C m:kv laws to pertect tlieir vn roiuiery; I llh J l PLE DAVE BEEN KOtiKh ARE BE I ROBBED THEREFORE li i 1 IK LAWS Ml oh 1 KICKED; ...

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

f I Capital and Surplus $200000.00 Every man is du y bound to prepare foi the future welfare of his family. Have ycu done this t If noi begin todav by opening a bank account which is the first essential and which will help and inspire you to save your money and too your money will be safe and where you can get it or any part of it at any time vou want it. And you wont have to run the risk of being robbed having it stolen frdtf. you. losing it or having it burned up in your house. Do you know that the lives of yourself and your family a-e in constant danger with money lying around the house ? Bring your money to this bank and eliminate that danger. To you have already accum- ulated sme of this world's goods we would say that you owe to yourself vour reputation and to the commercial world to do business in a business like way and on business principles. There is but one way and that is to transact all your business through the bank i his puts you in touch with the business world and g...

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

DUCK HUNTING. The way the Indsns Get the Fowl Without Shooting. A tribe of Indians had come for their annual trapping and hunting and as I knew many of them 1 spent several days in their camp. One bright cool afternoon in October a young buck said ffr me: "You come -'me p' V how catt k dck alie. Xo 6V .. He gathered up a bunch irJf long dried grass willow hry and leaves and beckoned mc to fol low. We went nearly two miles to the edge of a large lumber slough the banks ot which for some dis- tance back were covered with willow and other brush. Cautiously and noiselessly he made his way through the bushes until a view of the water could be had. ourselves remaining unseen. A. large flock of butterballs were swimming near the lower end of the slough. Ooing hark he di- vested himself of blanket and v!i:it little other wearing apparel he pos- sessed. Picking up the hay bundle which was built around a sari f skull cap or head covering with openings for the eyes and adjusting it on his head...

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

Drug Novelties. Wc have the nobbiesc line of Drug Novelties ever shown in Brownwood and its a real pleasure to show them to you. We pride ourselvss on havine courteous clerks who are delighted to show goods. Call and see our line of nov- elties when you need anything in the line. None better than at Renfro's. For chronic diseases of all kinds see Dr. Farris the Osteo- path. Phone $0$. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Gilliam have a fine baby girl at their home. Houston Mayrield went to Brady this morning on business. Rogers has lovely Opera cloaks. Miss Jessie Hodge went to Co- manche this morning for a visit to friends. One of the best the season at the Thursday. Sept. 2b. attractions of opera home Those lovely satin lined wraps at Rogers are beautiful in style and finish. tf. The Methodist ladies will have an old folks concert in the near future Underskirts and underskirts you never saw so many as Rogers has just gotten in. tf. If your eyes trouble you see Dr. Winters over Brooke Smith Bank Mrs. G...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 25 September 1907

DAILY BULLETIN. FIRE INSURANCE L B. Henley & Co. i VOL. 7. BROWN WOOD. TEXAS WEDNESDAY. SEPT. 25 1907. NO. 294 FIRE lt?f URANCE. E. B. Henley & Co. D Opening A Success We were more than pleased with the success of our Millinery opening. The ladies came in countless numbers and they each and every one stopped long enough to admire the many pretty styles we are showing. This means that when they have looked around they will come back and buy here because none other compare in style beauty and price. We are going to make close prices and give the correct styles. Miss McHutchon. Opera House jF Thursday Sept. 26. First High Class Attraction of the Season. A Beautiful Play For Ladies' and OE aoi Children. Your Next at Our Fount The cold drink seaaon is not over by any mean? in fart we are seliing more cold drinks this month than we sold in August the reason is not tht the demand has increased so very much but because the superiority of our drinks has caused onr trade to increase W...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 25 September 1907

Compare Your Shoe With Men's High Grade Shoes a: The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors. Entered at the Brownwood Postoffice as Second Class Mail Matter. Subscription Per Month. 500 WILL H. MAYES Managing Editor. H F. MAYES Business Manage C. A. TUN NELL. City Editor. E C. SEITZ Daily Circulator. E. E. KIRKPATRICK. Associate Editor. W. R DULA. Foreman Mech. Dept. Why Americans Should Be Happy. By the Rev. CHARLES T. AKED. bapmt. of New York. Formerly of England. I HAVE always loved America. Had it Dot len for the fac that duties in England tied me I should have come to thit countrv long ago. T begin with in America there i n. hereditary mob archv. I have Ikkmi a republican all my life. I have always hail i contempt f.r monarchy. 1 agree with M;:rk Twain that IF WI HAD KI; TOMCATS KINO TOMCAT III K KIRST CP T( KIN(r TOMCAT THK TWENTIETH WOULD HAVE BEEN JTST AS USEFUL AND QUITE AS MORAL My -econd reason if that lit re you have no louse of lr! to tit ol one's elicit and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 25 September 1907

NWILL SPEAK. Promise to AJU nd Meeting of Centrajgsxas Fair. Austir. Tex. Sept. 23. E. E. Kirkpatrick of Brownwood a news paper man and secretary of the Brownwood Fifty Thousand Club was here today and secured the promise of Governor Campbell that be would speak at theCentral Texas Pair at Brownwood Nov 49. The Governor said today that he would attend the fair on one of the five days New Home sewing machines at Looney Mercantile Co. 'a. dw Receives a Scholarship Jack Ragsdale of this city has received a scholarship to St. John's Military Academy at; Manlius. New York and will at tend that school this year. Jack received his appointment as a result of being an expert B. Flat Clarinet player. The St. Johns' school makes a special feature of it's band music. New Home sewing machines at Looney Mercantile Co.'?. d w Another Man Made Happy. I am only too glad of the op. portunity to epeak a word of praise for Prof. Garner. I was suffering with a severe pain in my head. I had suffered so I...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 25 September 1907

Yes We have heard that times were hard but if you listen to some people you will always think that times are hard. The man that As ahead and docs his best lives within his income and manages to lay by a few dollars each month will never know hard times. The lnj way to save money is to put it in a good bank cne that is safe conservative and successful. We invite the deposits of the man who is able to save only a small amount. That is the start towards being a large depositor. If we can be of any assistance to you we will take pleasure in serving you. Our bank is growing. We expect to grow more but we will never grow so big that we will forget those who helped us grow. THE CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK. NEXT DOOR TO CAMP-BELL DRL'G CO. THE ENGLISH WAY. Biscuits Are Rolf In Great Britain and Crackers Ara Biscuits. In Knglaml the trim used for onee m awhile" is "now ind (font; "bully' is "jolly ;" "ou don't -av" is "reallx ;" "right aaiy is "duct iy;" "h!1 aboard" i tnk vcr eats;" "I declare" ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 25 September 1907

Capital and Surplus $200000.00 Duty Every man is du y bound to prepare foi the future welfare of his family. Have ycu done this f If noi begin todav by opening a bank account which is the first essential and which will help and inspire you to save your money and too your money will be safe and where you can get it or any part of it at any time vou want it. And you wont have to run the risk of being robbed having it stolen from you. losing it or having it burned up in your house. Do you know that the lives of yourself and your family a-e in constant danger with money lying around the nouse ? Bring your money to this bank and eliminate that danger. To you have already accum- ulated s-me of this world's goods we would say that you owe to yourself vour reputation and to the commercial world to do business in a business like way and on business principles. There is but one way and that is to transact all your business through the bank. This puts you in touch with the business world and g...

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