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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 1 October 1907

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 Citizen National Bank. A. L. Self. Vice Hres. J. B. Turner V. Pres. F. S. Abney Cashier. amaaamm I General News I An organizer is working with the railroad clerks at Austin. There is a movement at Beau- mont for institutional church work. Postmaster D. A. Robinson of Dallas has created a sensation by resigning. Secretary of State Root was riven a cordial welcome by the Mexicans at the border. W. T. Hemby was fatally shot in a fight at Tatum. in which four men participated. Andrew Williams died at Dal- las from injuries sustained when thrown from a buggy. The Lumberman's Indemnity exchange is to remove from Kansas City to Beaumont A white man named Allen was fatally shot by a negro near Sherman the negro escaping. Several people were reported killed in a wreck on the Sea Board Air line near Alamo Ga. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 1 October 1907

YOUR Capital and Surplus $200000.0) " ' No Matter How Small. No Matter How Large. The Brown wood National Bank Will give it careful attention. We give the glad hand to the new comers settling in our country and offer them our best service in the purchase of lands and the transfer of funds. Write or call and see us today. THE BROWNWOOD NATIONAL BANK BROWNWOOD. TEXAS 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. : ! B " " ' 1 1 . . . . i .- . CHRISTIAN REVIVAL The Tabernacle is Thronged with Inter- ested Listeners Each Night. From the history of the most cruel savage to cherish memories of the most cultured individuals tribes and nations have measured time by intervals and periods within which certain events great or small were or ought to have been accomplished. The flight of time has swept down upon us and in the rush of busi- ness life we find a month gone the result of w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 1 October 1907

frff I CONDENSED STORIES. How Mrs. George Gould Entertained n Uninvited Guest. Mrs. George J. Gould is as demo- cratic ai her sister-in-law. Helen Miller GduJd. Recently Mrs. Gould accomp' her multimillionaire husbann s"ran inspection trip through the southwest. In New Mexico it happened to be necessary to attach the Atlanta the Gould car to a regular passenger train for a few hours. At a lonely siding a shabbily dressed woman and a lanky little old fashioned girl of seven or eight boarded by mistake the car. Bewildered the woman and child "1 EBCKOM THIS If TUT BE OKI OF THI.M PAKLOB CABS." 6hranfc into a corner. "I reckon this must be one of them parlor cars' said the woman. Mrs. Gould at once drew the stranger into a chair beckoned a maid and in a few minutes a deli- cious luncheon was spread before them. Over the meal the woman told her. story. Her eldest daughter Wat to marry a stockman at Ias ega and she was making her first railway trip in a dozen year to le present. Only one ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 1 October 1907

A New Lot of Tailored Suits Just Received Although we bought liberally at the beginning of the season we found the demand far greatefor Ladies' Tailored Suits than we expected and were forced to re-order. In the lot just received you will find an elegant line of suits-evervthing in the latest designs and colors. Below we quote a few of the patterns: 1602. A 27 inch semi-fitted Prince Chap Cutaway suit cut from fancy Checked and Striped broadcloths. The strictly man- ish effee is increased by the set of the pockets the welt seams and pressed vents in black. Gored Skirt with plaited front and back and kilted sides. (D I Q 00 Jacket Satin lined U I 0 - U U 1633. A handsomely trim- black serge - gQ 1613 A brown Chocolate Chiffon Panama similar to 1602 collar sleeves and pocket trim med with brown velvet price 800 1622. An elegant brown check 36 inch tight fitting Cutaway coat trimmed with Soutash braid with straps on shoulder coat Satin lined. This (DO 7 CO is a beauty for - vJ)Z . JU T...

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

DAILY BULLETIN. FIRE INSURANCE E. B. Henlev & Co. V FIRE INSURANCE L B. Henley & Co. I vol. 7. BROWN WOOD. TEXAS WEDNESDAY. OCT. 2 107 NO. 300 SKELETON EXHUMED - I o D 0 D w mm mm rreny ran Mimnery We are ottering a brand new line of Fall Millinery that cannot be excelled even in the cities and we know the prices are much cheaper. We want the Ladies to see our Pattern and Tailored Hats before they buy. No trouble to show goods and it's a genuine pleasure to fit you out in something becoming. Miss McHutchon. Working for Better Roads. The good roads oommittee of the Fifty Thousand Club is work- f ing for better roads all over the county and their latest move is to secure an improvement of the roads leading to the San Saba oounty line. Requests bsve come from the farmers around Locker and Bowser that the roads be put in more serviceable condition and Brown wood would receive a greater volume of the business from that district. The new road recently opened through the pastures s...

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

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. SEITZ. Daily Circulator. E. E. KIRKPATRICK Associate FxtiVr. W. R. DULA. Foreman Mech. Dept. Waco and Her Railroad Projects 'done by large financial interests Now Waco is trying to get a "nleSS f C0Urse' one of thes ia-a r . . A. itowns possesses some man of i j j . : pluck and determination some diuwiiwwu luau was proiecieu that city has talked railroad to Belton Santa Fe into Waco interurban to Temple and railroad to almost every village on the Texas map. The Waco Times-Herald ought to get out and brush up that old motto "One thing at a time." Brown- wood Bulletin. The Brownwood proposition has received due and proper consideration. A surveying corps is now in the iield; the rest will h?ve to be worked out slowly. Being a local enterprise no one h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 2 October 1907

I If You Havtiever eaten you have eaten the Bread. never best Seitz REMISSION OF SINS. Taught in the Bible the Subject of Sermon by Evangelist Haddock. The revival services at the phristian Tabernacle still con- tinue under favorable conditions md at last night's service the Evangelist was greeted by a splendid audience. The service was interesting and the effect leemed to be all that one would ixpect under a similar occasion put just as the evangelist came k his conclusion the lights failed. People do not respond very -eadily to any request even when h most effective plea is made I n the dark. Such will happen lowever and some time when inany of us least expect it our 'amp of life will be extinguish- ed . Manv ordinary events in jife constantly warn us to be j-eady. Old Time Subject. The subject under discussion fast night was an old one. Per- haps the last century has engag ed the attention of some of the ! ipest scholarship of the world 1 ind still there is much difference f opin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 2 October 1907

J. A. Abney Pres. A. L. Self Vice Pres. J. B. Turner V-.res. F. S. Abney Cashier. The Citizen National Bank. individuals and extends to each customer every reasonable courtesy and facility. NEXT DOOR TO CAMP-BELL DRUO CO. Tbk hank solicits the checkine accounts of firms and 11 ' A CUP OF TEA. The Way to Bring Out the Real Bou- quet o the Leaves. To bring out the real bouqttet of tea several things are iad&pflBUNh bfe. First the water should be fresh- ly drawn. &ever use water pre- viously boiled for its life is me. Seeond. the teapot should be made iiot by dry heat if possible or else with boiling water. The best sort of teapot is that made of anglaaed (jay. The Japa- nese make one of a dark red day often procurable' at the ten cent tores. But the lest are made by the Chinese of a reddish brown clay from the hunks of the Souehien river. It is famous for drawing out all the sweetness from the leaves. There is no objection to a glaze out- Bide the pot. But the inside when ungl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 2 October 1907

I I I I E I YOUR No Matter How Small. No Matter How Large. The Brown wood National Bank Will give it careful attention. We give the glad hand to the new comers settling; in our country and offer them our best service in the purchase of lands and the transfer of funds. Write or call and see us today. THE BROWNWOOD NATIONAL BANK BROWNWOOD. TEXAS From Prof. Humphreys. To the Editor of the Bulletin. Dear Sir. I have written a reply to Prof. McElroy's article which appeared in last Satur- day's Bulletin but it was refus- ed space in the Bulletin except as regular paid advertising mat- ter. Mr. Hervey Mayes assured me that Prof. McElroy's article was printed as paid matter and that any reply I might make would have to be received in a similar manner. I had not supposed that Prof. McElroy had resorted to such a method to ad- vertise his school and this phase of the question has put an en- tirely different light upon the whole situation. As it is I have'nt any reply to make. Our advertising...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 2 October 1907

nmiNG IN FRANCE Taet With Which Guests Are Brought Into a Social Group. Every one knows his position and his cue and every hoeteta knows that part of her duty is to radicate and to give them "says Professor Barrett Wepdrll in Scnbners. Per- haps the most characteristic in- stance of the way in which this af fects social conduct is whai gener ally ha; y ins at a dinner pam. In stead of sitting at the ends of the tnKln 11 I . tl.. ..-.1 i. oj in: tut-uai iipan. mo hfct on1 tln L ii J I. : u wur ii"mc mi ;; one another in the middle where the ta- ble is narrowest and where they are able at once to keep in touch with each other and easily to talk with the guests 00 either side of each. Thus a company of twelve is at once brought into single social grout. and the outlying meWibers of a. lar- ger party are not so far away that they cannot readily listen to the general talk or even take part in it. And the talk is always general addressed tio doubt to one or anoth- er of the company as the...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 2 October 1907

A New Lot ol Tailored Suits Just Received. Although we bought liberally at the beginning of the season we found the demand far greater for Ladies1 Tailored Suits than we expected and were forced to re-order. In the lot just received you wiV find an elegant line of suitsevery thing in the latest designs and colors. Below we quote a few of the patterns: 1602. A 27 inch semi-fitted Prince Chap Cutaway suit cut from fancy Checked and Striped broadcloths. The strictly man- ish efTee is increased by the set of the pockets the welt seams and pressed vents in black. Gored Skirt with plaited front and back and kilted sides. (JJ Q (( Jacket Satin lined U I 0 U U 1633. A black 'serge handsomely trim- 24.50 1613. A brown Chocolate Chiffon Panama similar to 1602 collar sleeves and pocket trim- med with brown 10 0(1 velvet price I 0 U U 1622. An elegant brown check. 36 inch tight fitting Cutaway coat trimmed with Soutash braid with straps on shoulder coat Satin lined. This dJ07 Cfl is a beauty fo...

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

DAILY BULLETIN FIRE INSURANCE E. B. Henley & Co. IRE INSURANCE. E. B. Henley & Co. NO. 301 3ROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY. OCT. 3 107. Pretty Fall Millinery We arc otfering a brand new line of Fa Millinery that cannot be excelled even in the cities and we know the prices are much cheaper. We want the Ladies to see our Pattern and Tailored Hats before they buy. No trouble to show goods and it's a genuine pleasure to fit you out in something becoming. iss McHutchon. WOODS IS ARRESTED I I Brought Back to Brownwood on Forfeited Bond. Meet at the Dulci Members of the Fifty Thous and dub are urged to meet at the Dulci Restaurant Friday night at 9 o'clock. There will be refreshments for all and talks by some of the leading business men. Remember the hour and be on hand. Miss Mary Grow of tiainesviile will attend the Presbyterian 8ynod here next week and be the guest of her oollege onum Mrs. E. E. Kirkpatriok. Sao Roorprs for nobby under skirts. All kinds and colors. Unloading Seed. The o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 3 October 1907

he Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors. Entered at the Brownwood Postoftice as Second Class Mail Matter. Subscription Per Month WILL H. MAYES H F MAYES Business Manager. C. E C SEITZ. Dailv Circulator. W. K. DULA. Foreman Mech. Dept. A dollar honestly earned is better than a thousand obtained by oppressing some one weaker or less designing than yourself. Patience is a virtue which some people should cultivate all the time. Restless anxiety seldom accomplishes anything of any moment and it unfits a personifor the everyday duties of life. Those who do their whole duty and do not fret about results are far better off than those who are forever worrying and impatient. This long spell of dry weather and the consequent scarcity of water shouldbe enough to indicate to the Santa Fe that Brown- wood is the point from which the cut-off should be built if the road wishes to avoid never ending trouble with its water supply. Brownwood with its two immense dams will be able to furni...

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

! THE SPIRITUAL LIFE. U. JJ-.I. r I : the Need of a deeper Spiritual 2 A Considerable interest hatoeen t-J 1 1 i. - 1 A " 1 tat. Do men do something or a iL 2 1 luua. uui luat auuui uic tunc . go to the services a wind- t firm iriur nufi t luJ r i n ii w u 1A1 All. I 1 I (1 l 1IUU UVVII .'IV' II I . i ii r I I 1 111 II 11 I V 111 A I WW I II 'II 1 ii III . W . nl mora L-artt a aQ ' A rrrtnH t - 1 nrl tVio carvipQ was pnnrl n ft fH 1 1 II Lilt" USU211 llurirsL. . i it i . i Spirituality v Formalism. Many times since the begin incr of the crreat revival has the i : i. i : J a.v. -i J S " VUll'llUCifcl-V. Vl- ..V. j i:r i 1 1 1 1 iLilti 1 r t' in I 1 1 ii - ii ri ii ti v. ii I ii hi I I nf : i-ii i: tj i. ai i -I 1 L I. I U 11 lli VIA UVU 1IU 1 11 W. iii l v . - j ii J T i 1 r i fans in iiii f . in Liif napiu uiifiri in ii i ii nr iiri I i u l rtr t i !i j; At. - ?A I "J- t ife. The need Of special em- ' i . . ll 1 it A f I 1 c mum vii iuc naiuic uic i a mi -f- I i J . a ii r i i a n n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 3 October 1907

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. Abrfy Pres. A. L. Vice Pres. J. B. Turner V. Pres. F. S. Abney Cashier. The Citizen National Bank. Beii "Me" FOR THE LITTLE ONES. 8tory of a Sqi.rrel and What Hap- pened to Him. Once thru- irmt a squirrel that did not like his home and he used to scold and iiiid fault with every- thing. Jlie papa -'iuirnl had long gray whiskers and so was write le- sidos whit h ho ootid shake his whiskers quickly lie -aid to the squirrel. "Mv dear a- you do not like your home there are three sen sible things von could d 'T.oave it. O.- rtianSK it Or suit yourself to it. Any one of thee would help you in your trouble." But the little Muirrel -aid : "Oh. 1 do not want to do any of those. I had rather sit on the branch of a tree and scold." "Well" ttid the papa squirrel "if von must do that whenever vou e want to Mold ju-t go out on...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 3 October 1907

Capital and Surplus $200000.00 OUR BESOi RC ES i FACILITIES For caring for your banking wants are most ample. Are you enrolled among our customers ? If not we should like to have you. We do many and a great variety of things for our customers and ac- commodations and courtesies consistent with safe banking are extended to all accounts whether large or small. Call on us when in need of banking facilities. THE BROWNWOOD NATIONAL RANK I eersi T. C. YANTJS President J. C. WEAKLEY 1st Vice Pres. J. A. WALKER 2nd V ice Pres. MILLARD ROMINES. asnie WM. B. CROSS Asst Cish er A. P. FORD Ast. Cashier. Brown wood Brownwood Public Schools. Foilowing is the report of the public schools for the first scholastic month ending Septem- ber 27. High School Enrolled 207. Average attendance 193 average absence.o tardy per feet in attendance 118 per cent ; eausrs serions trouble rite an iiu- rtQ ( portant buuinese letter address it t in attendance Ho. party in New vork drop it in the Coggin Addition Scho...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 3 October 1907

! EARLY 7i LAYERS. London's First Playhouse and New York's Oldest Theater. Few of th comedians who heap contumely upon Phihul Aia with jokes built upon her allel slow- ness realize the fact that the Quaker City furnished New York with its first theatrical company. This was on Mondav the 5th of March 1750 at a theater on Nassau street. The play was "Richard 111.." with Thom- as Kean for Richard. The actors were billed as "the Philadelphia company in New York"' and played a highly varied repertoire. They came over from England two or three years before and opened in Philadelphia then the chief city in the Britih colonies where they had the honor f presenting the li r-1 tragedy ("Richard HI") the first comedy (Dryden's "Spanish Friar") and the lirst musical piece ("The Beggar 1 pera") ever given in America or in -English speaking AmoricJi. nt nv r;ite hv rernihir troupe. They were forced to leave Philadelphia for New York owing to an ordinance which called the at- tention of the author...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 3 October 1907

Our Kail uits Get orna kuranc 1 s anno 'CM G I Fairly illustrate the character of "ALCO SYSTEM CLOTHES" for Men and Young Men. "ALCO" Clothes have won a distinctive place in the esteem of men who are particular about their clothing. The manufacturers of "ALCO SYSTEM CLOTHES" have gone to unusual lengths in their determination to place them above the ordinary. Every detail of the tailor work is watched thus securing for them the VITAL HAND TAILORING that gives them style and permanence of shape. An "ALCO" suit has distinction and quality. We have an exceptional line at $20 .00. You will find values just as notable at $12.50 $15 00 $18.00 and up to $25.00. LOONEY MERCANTILE COMPANY. m . . "ALCO" Clothes Sellers Anywhere. Huylcr's That famous candy can be had at Renfro's a fresh shipment just re- ceived. There is noth- ing so pleasing to the ladies as a box of Huyler's. A hint should be sufficient hovs WANT COLUMN Card for ' "Posting" pi ices for sale at the Bulletin office Protect too...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 4 October 1907

DAILY BULLETIN. We art rid selling the best most liberal accident portcy we have ever seen Quarterly pay- ments if you want. E. B. Henley & Co. rance. It is so cheap you annot afford to be wifiAt it. E. B. Henlei- 8t Co. BKOWNWOOD. TEXAS. FRIDAY. OCT. 4 107. MO. 302 Get our rates on Cyclone ornado and Windstorm In- I I ' ' OL. 7. ! D D o 0 0 D ? Pretty Fall Millinery We are offering a brand new line of Fa Millinery that cannot be excelled even in the cities and we know the prices are much cheaper. We want the Ladies to see our Pattern and Tailored Hats before they buy. No trouble to show goods and it's a genuine pleasure to tit you out in something becoming. . Miss McHutchon. WATER IN PLENTY Sight Seers Watch Water Climb Up On New Dam and go Over. P Allegrettis The price is do not have to pay for the name when you buy Alle- gretti's can- dy. McMinn Drug Company. Smoker Postponed. The entertainment committee of the Fifty Thousand Club de- cided this afternoon that the smoker whic...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 4 October 1907

The Daily Bulletin frlAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors. Entered at the Brownwood Postoffice as Second Class Mail Matter. 8ubacriptiop Per Month 50o WILL H. MAYES Managing Editor. H F. MAYES Business Manager. C. A. TUN NELL City Editor. K C SEITZ Daily Circulator. E. E. K I RKPATRI CK . Associate Editor. W. R. DULA. Foreman Mech. Dept. A Man Has Failed Though Rich (Ci S Marion ; c. Magazine.") When he is coarse in his man. ner and brutal in his instincts. wun u u --i 4.1.. j mg others that the brute still lingers in him. When there is evidence of mental penury in his conversa- tion. When he radiates soul poverty. When he is a moral pauper. When he does not carry a higher wealth in his character thaniin his pocketbook. When he is narrow andibigoted in his opinions. When he is leading a mean and stingy life so far as his char- ities and magnanimity are con- cerned. When he has fed others on bopesiinstead of on adequate sal- aries or just dues. When hedoes not in his pros- perity help ...

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