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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 25 September 1907

VTERS. London s t re house and New York's Oh vt Theater. Few o.f Dm comedians who heap (Titunie!v upon Philadelphia with jokes built upon her alleged slow- ness realize the fact that the CJuakor vity furnished New York with it? first theatrical company. This was on Monday the 5th of Marc h. 1 750 at a theater on Nassau street. The play was "Richard 111." with Thom- as Kean for Hit-hard. The at Mr- were billed as "the Philadelphia company in New York" and played a highly varied repertoire. Tiny came over from Kngland two or three years before and opened in Philadelphia then the chief ity in the British colonic- where they had the honor of presenting the first tragedy ("Richard Ill."h the first comedy (Drvden's "Spanish Friar'") and the lirst musical piece ("The Beggars' Dpert) ever civen ii America or in English speaking America at any ra by a regular troupe. They were forced to leave Philadelphia for New York owing to an ordinance which called the at- tention of the authorities to "...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 25 September 1907

Drug Novelties. Wc have the nobbiesc line oi urue Novelties ever snown in nrownwooa ana its a . 1 r i 1 real pleasure to show them to you. We pride ourselvss on havine courteous clerks who arc aeuemea to snow gooas. Call and sec our line of nov cities 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 of.. Mrs. .I. H Grant has returned from a visit to relatives in Kan sas. Rogers has lovely Opera cloaks. Big stock of boys' wagons at Looney's Hardware. d-w Bird Lewis of Coleman the city today on business. is in One of the best the season at the Thursday. Sept 26. attractions of opera houst1 If you are in need of anything in lace curtains or curtain goods see Looney Mercantile Co. Carl Mol nto&h has gone to Fort Worth and will probably acoept position in that city. Those lovely satin lined wraps at Rogers are beautiful in style and finish. tf You are at ease about the style and fit if it is an A...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 26 September 1907

BULLETIN. FIRE INSURANCE. E. B lenley & Co. FIRE INSURANCE E. B. Henley & Co. vni 7 BROWNWOOD. TEXAS. THURSDAY. SEPT. 26. 107 NO. 295 DAILY 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 otner compare in style beauty and price. We are going to make close prices and give the correct styles. Miss McHutchon. Wholesale Harness House. The secretary of the Fifty Thousand Club is in reoeipt of a tetter from a party in Oklahoma wanting to oome to Brownwood and interest capital in establish- ing a wholesale harness and sad die house with a capital stock of r0 000. Thft nnrnmimiflfttinn has been turned over to the secretary cf the factory committee and will be given immediate attention. Falling From Grace Is Mr. Haddock's su...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 26 September 1907

The Daily Jhulietin MAYES PKIN I IN C f rA ' M . Prrpnefors. .Li I TRLTHT WHOLE Entered at the Bwa nwood Postoftice as Second Class Mail Matter. Subscription Per Month 50c WILL H. MATES Managing Editor. H F. MAYES. Business Manager. C. A. TUN NELL C itv Editor. E C 8EITZ. Daily Circulator. K. E. KIKKPATR1CK. Associate Editor. W. R. DULA. Foreman Mech. Dept. Do You Love This Old Town? 6- $ - A' If Ton of colli. you want tf. .-re (he town jrrow. Y u want to see the storekeepers prosper end the banks bulge with deposits and the towns- pro p 1 c wearing plad clothe- and the farmers falling ovt:r each other to c ine in and buy new hay rakes and patent piowa. Of course you do. Be- cause' likewi-je of course when thing- are that way you get your share of the general prosperity. But what are you doing to contribute to the general prosperity? Are you patronizing home industries in preference to outside industries? Do you buy your clothes and groceries and gar- den tools and so forth here at ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 26 September 1907

If you should have an u n e x- pected par- ty to din ner and would like to serve Ice Cream phone us. We deliver MAGNO- LIA ICE CBBAlfl in any quantity. f tamp bell UNI! tO. ? i: j Caught a Big Fox. Stuart Scott had a fine chase Tuesday night with his pack of docs and siippppHpH if ratohrcr a big fox. The dogs wre started ahont sundown and within hour had the trail of the fox. A an merry chase followed and the animal was put up a tree. He rofucoH tr inmn Mir onrl tha hunters climbed the tree and brought him don. He was I turned loose and another long chase enjoyed. This was done three times and the hunters fi- nally called the dogs off and left I' the fox for another time. MTj I'll stop your pain tree. To show you first before you spend a penny what my Pink Pain Tablet en do. I I will mail you free a Trial Pa-kage I of them Dr. Shoop'a Headache Tab- lats. Neuralgia Headache Toothache. I Period pains etc. are due alone to blood congestion. Dr. Shoops Head- ache Tablets simply kill pai...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 26 September 1907

ltw.?&crr. - JdUsULU Yes Wc have heard that times were hard but if you listen to some people you will always think that times are hard. The man that goesfiead and does his best lives within his income and manages to lay oy a few dollars each month will never know hard times. The best way to save money is to put it in a good bank one 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 DRUG CO. CONDENSED STORIES. Am Occasion When Mme. Blavatsky Failed to Convince a Skeptic In a discussion of the occult with Julian Hawthorne the following tory Mas told much to the discom- fiture of one of tlic followers of Mme. Blavatsky who ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 26 September 1907

To Be Strong To Be Liberal To Be To serve its depositors well and truly holding their interests identical with its own; to grant as generous terms as are consistent with sound hanking; to welcome the small account as cordially as the large one; to be satisfied with small margins of profit in its business transactions and to give iis customers a fair measure of its success is the policy of the Brownwood National Bank. Call and see us. We are well prepared to serve you. We will keep your deeds and other valuable papers in our fire and burgular proof vaults free of charge. ' On the Bayou. On the Bayou near the home of Knox Andrews a small party spent a delightful day yesterday. John Anderson and Knox An- drews invited Evangelist Had- dock and lady John W. Smith and lady to spend a day outing. The invitation was gladly accept ed and the parties were found loitering on the banks of the Bayou some fishing some hunt- ing peeans and occasionally one would be found admiring the beauties of n...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 26 September 1907

FOR THE LITTLE ONES. Wondtrfyl Skill Shown by ' Birds. Ttoiir House Building. It is onfirwithin recent years that men have learned how to make houses and other struct lire of ce- ment. This art s probably yet in a crude stage and by and by man- kind mav learn to u-e the material lin vastlv more skillful and ffieient ways. But many (f the lower animals have for ages been making their houses of mud or of similar pla-tic and hardening substances. The cliff swallow' skillfully built home is indeed a wonderful structure es- pecially when we take into consid- eration the simple wav in which the bird does the work. Imagine a boy or a girl trying to make such a structure of mud and handling the material only by th aid of pointed pliers. Yet the bird does it and does it well with her pointed bill. In some cement structures espccial- ly in railroad embankment- you have probably noticed that the workmen lirst put in several iron rods to increase the strength of the wall. This is practically wh...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 26 September 1907

OPERA HOUSE ONE NIGHT MONDAY SEPT. 30 PRICES 25c 50c 75c. SEE The Big f Stampede. The... Sandtorm A COWBOY'S GIRL THE SEASON'S SCENIC SUCCESS. Entire Production Carried Complete. o . SEATS AT McMINN'S (6) Drug iNoveiiics. Wc have the nobbiest line of Drug Novelties ever shown in Brownwood and its a real pleasure to show them to you. Wc pride ourselvss on having: 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 568. Earl Ford spent the day yes terday at Brookesmith on busi ness. The childrens serge dresses at Rogers are very pretty. See them. tf. If it is a nice rug you are look- ing for Looney Mercantile Co. has them. D. F. Johnson of the Jackson- Hughes Company left this morn- ing for Brady on a week's busi- ness trip. Rogers has lovely Opera cloaks. If you are in need of anything in lace curtains or curtain ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 28 September 1907

DAILY BULLETIN. INSURANCE. FIRE INSURANCE E. B. Henley & Co. d. Henlev & Co. BROWNWOOD TEXAS SATURDAY. SEPT. 26 1907. NO. 297 I I 1 I It 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 Guy here because none other compare in style beauty and price. We are going to make close prices and give the correct styles. iss McHutchon. HOWARD PAYN Was Defeated by Simmons Co! lege Yesterday at Abilene. EUfiflT" n toe IOCll SCORE FIFTEEN 10 FIVE U t 8 Is Sowing Wheat. las Wrhite of Clio one of the successful farmers in the ( Game Wat a Plucky Fight From Start to Finish But Simmon Boys Had j Best of Contest. The Howard Payne College' football team was defeated in a splendid game at Abilene yes- j terday afternoon by Simmons . College team by a score of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 28 September 1907

1 I 1 I r u When a Customer Enters the Store of Looney Mercantile Company m They cannot help being impressed with the cordial welcome they receive. We fully realize the necessity of shopping and know that a person is never prepared to buy until they have seen the many different patterns and designs brought on each season. When you visit this store if it is Dress Goods you want we are anxious and willing to show you through the entire department. The same applies to any department in the store. Ready-to-wear Goods Shoes Novelties Laces and Embroideries Ribbons Muslin Underwear Hosiery etc. We know we have a clean and up-to-date stock carefully selected and will thank you to give us a look even though you have bought. We want you to know the class of goods we carry and the prices we make. J Looney Mercantile Co The Home of Up-to-Date Merchandise. rhe Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors. Subscription Per Month 50c WILL H. MAYES Managing Editor. H F MAYES Business Manager....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 28 September 1907

; I I I you Id have Par ly tn din ler and )uld like serve Cream wne us. le deliver IA6N0- U A ICE 'REAM in any Quantity. mp Bell Drug Co. Look Out for Him. Here is anew one. A well drese- ei stranger presents himself at a farm bouse and tells of his loss of a valuable diamond pin in the road and solicits the aid of chil- dren to help find it. No pin is fjund but before leaving the stranger gives his name and ad- dress and leaves an offer of a re ward of $100 for the finding and return of the pin. A few days after a tramp appears at the house and asks for something to eat. At the same time he tells of finding a handsome pin down the road. The farmer eagerly pur- obases the pin for a good prioe expecting to seoure the $100 re- ward for it. But when he writes to the address of the 9iranger no i reply comes and in time discov ers he is bunooed and tbe pin he has purchased at a fancy prioe is simply a worthless piece oi glass in gilt setting worth prob- i ably 10 oents. Wheeler County i ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 28 September 1907

I Se This bank solicits the checking accounts of firms and individuals and extends to each customer every reasonable courtesy and facility. NEXT DOOR TO CAMP-BELL DRUG CO. J. A. Abney Pn The Citizens National Bank. A. L. Self Vice Pn J. B. Turner V. Pres. F. S. Abney Cashiei I I I I I I I MEXICO'S SPOflT. A Duel Between Two Game Roosters Is the National Craze. What a has? ball game is to as American a cricket match to ;.n Englishman or a bullfight to a Span- iard so is a duel lietween two g;r:.c roosters to our neighbor the Mexi- can. Ju-t as a red blooded Ameri- can will rise up and howl when "Casey" or ome other local star of balWom geis a lean two bagger. so will a Mexican cheer and clap his hands n- lie sits in a seat at th. cockpit and sees his favorite rooster deliver the death stroke to a feath- ered opponent. In Mexico every city has its cock- pit. Some are more pretentious than others but the all bear the fame relation to the public that of a place where a surplus of energy...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 28 September 1907

I To Be Strong To Be Liberal To Be To serve its depositors well and truly holding; their interests identical with its own; to grant as generous terms as are consistent with sound banking; to welcome the small account as cordially as the large one; to be satisfied with small margins of profit in its business transactions and to give iis customers a fair measure of its success is the policy of the Brown wood National Bank. Call and see us. We arc well prepared to serve you. We will keep your deeds and other valuable papers in our fire and burgular proof vaults free of charge. A Bargain in Farm Land. FOR SALE 158 acres of good sandy land -Clay foundation 2 1-2 miles northeast of Qros- venor 25 acres in cultivation 2- room house young orchard with 100 trees. Nearly every acre of this land can be put in cultivation. Good school at the corner of place. This tract of land which is smooth and level at $15.00 per acre. See R. S. Carnett ' Brownwood Texas. Threw away the Crank. Traveling men ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 28 September 1907

LOTTERIES. tude of South Carolina Toward Them In ths Past. t may be news to pome of our ilpm An VP will tpll in a fiw rds what the old time people of rolina thought about the conduct lotteries. March 4 1651. a stringent act passed forbidding "private lot- nes. Again. ept. id liOV. sn- her act of a like nature was opted. But bv act of March 25 1TS4 the ity council of Charleston was jkt- itted to have a lottery. There ere grae uuuui as iu mc f""'-' j-v.i-x- a 4 1 tnhlincr but nttenes continued o be permitted. Dec. lu. 1M ) under act. one or ore lotteries were established the rofits to be applied to the erection f Masonic halls in Columbia and 'harleston for the grand lodge of .il i: 4 : j. v L uin v anuna. .ncieiii min. nu ns and for building a lodge- ro.n n Georgetown for lodge No. 0'.. ;ind mmissioners were appointed to Dec. 13. 1871 the trustees of Newberry academy were allowed to hold a iottery to raise a sum of money not exceeding $5000. Under an act adopted Dec. It 1820 $10000 w...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 28 September 1907

SEE OPERA HOUSE ONE NIGHT MONDAY The Big A COWBOY S GIRL Stamped 9 The... 30 THE SEASON'S SCENIC. SUCCESS. . .. Sandstorm Entire ProdiicJion Carried fJomplele .! SEATS AT McMINN'S PRICES 25c 50c 75c. X I I I! SEPT J V J J J r Thai Famous Candy. The nearest to perfection in candy making has been attained by the Huylers company. When j other manufacturers present at brand they will tell you it is as' food as Huylers but they never! dare say it is better. We have ; just received a fresh shipment of the celebrated Huylers goods and want to supply you with candy. Renfro's. For chronic diseases of all inds see Dr. Farris the Osteo- path. Phone 568. The childrens serge dresses at Sogers are very pretty. See them. tf. O. P. McWhorter came in last ight for a visit to homefelks. If it is a nice rug you are look- for Looney Mercantile Co. them. logers has lovely Opera cloaks. ir and Mrs. n. Li. o. omnner w w v r- l re spending tne day at Zephyr te guests of friends. If you are in need of anyth...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 28 September 1907

1 f FIRI VOL. P I J. iarll ion lull M 13 x erf LOTTERIES. itude of South Carolina Toward Them In tho Paet. It mav be news to some of our were bo He will tell in a few Irds what the old time people of irolina thought about the conduct lotteries. March 4 1651 a stringent act passed forbidding "private lot- ies. Again. Sept. 13 76c an- ler act of a like nature was flonted. ut by act of March 25 1784 the council of Charleston was per- itted to have a lottery. There ere grave doubts as to the prop: :- of encouraging anv species i : mbling. but lotteries continued o le permitted. Dec. li. 1813 under act. one or nere lotteries were established the rofits to be applied to the erection if Mason it hails in Columbia ant: Charleston for . the grand lodge of (S'-.ith Carolina. Ancient York Ma- sons and for building a lodge room in Georgetown for lodge No. C'.K and commissioners were appointed to conduct the same. Dec. 13. 1871 the trustees of Newberry academy were allowed to hold a lottery to r...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 1 October 1907

DAILY BULLETIN. FIRE INSURANCE. E. B. Henley & Co. FIRE INSURANCE L 6. Henley & Co. BROWNWOOD. TEXAS. TUESDAY OCT. 1 107 NO. 299 IS 1 P u IB f Opening A I "We were more than pleased with the success of I our Millinery opening. The ladies came in countless I numbers and they each and every one stopped long I enough to admire the many pretty styles we are I showing. This means that when they have looked I "around they will come back and buy here because I none other compare in style beauty and price. We I are going to make close prices and give the correct I style 1 Miss McHutchon. J WILL DONATE TO CAUSE. I. B. Watt u Interested in the Propoti- I Uon to Grade Pike to Willi. Creek. J. B. Watts proprietor of the Early Dawn Dairy was in town ys morning making his regular inonthly calls on customers and 1 aV . n tne rounas aroppeo in at tne ill i or i r t m r isi it. o vw-o cr r c he is interested in the proposition x grade the pike from town to c:u: . -i- i j j late $100 to the w...

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

SH sesssSSS Kf "omxm i " SasiSatxaT " r-...-c n r-:-- ! - r ni Kut Wale j i I ir Hi is F. Pi I Ik) 1 fell Inl In inj XH iU lb il 'OU :lei a lea ran al lot ike The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors. Entered at the Brown wood 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. 8EITZ Daily Circulator. E. E. KIRKPATRICK Associate Editor. W. R DULA. Foreman Mech. Dept. TEXAS TREASURY OF HISTORY. An enthusiastic meeting of the Daughters of the Confederacy was held at the library Saturday afternoon. Among other things done a movement was inaugurated which will certainly have the hearty approval of all who are in the least interested in the Con- federate cause as well as al) lovers of history. The organization determined to begin the collection for the library of a complete history of the war including biographies of the prominent Con federate omcers and statesmen and t...

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

II w - Rifi I Have never eaten you have never eaten the best Bread. Seitz. Horse Ran Awav. m .. ine aenvery nurse ueionKiiiKi Chas. Haynie jerked loose at . .. . . ie home of M. . M. Cox in Cog rin addition and ran away this orning. me norse suarxeu towards town and made the turns and missed the vehicles all the way down to the square where it turned back east and Isas captured. But little dam- age' was dona The animal was Kriven by young Cleveland laynie. Foley's Kidney Cure will cure any case of kidney trouble that is not bevond medical aid. Camp Bell Drug Co. Train Master Here. F. B. Parker trainmaster of ie Kio brande division ot tre iaco is spending the day in Irownwood. . FOR SALE. Good 8 room louse on JUeiwood Avenue and my home place on Center Avenue oth bargains. Call on or address Yank H. Cordell. North Brown wood Revral. The meeting lait night was rell attended. The tent was illed full. There were about n professions of faith. The interest is not relaxing at all. Velve un...

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