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

THE HCU3Z. and 8erving SaUr; Q.;tic Notes. nould be dressed ;.: ; in Amm whether rrcmr onnaise is used. Ce- Probatt'ilts if left in oil and rorld is n should not even Ifteeu colore serving as :t friend. A Potato E'Ttae Option to the rr V Kuid P lge quantitu.; lrt ie very wen niiM it "is dressing is used. I the Brlf of greens should a! eral tin crisp and cold. Ctt IlntercstDked left over vcj : . the Unutilized in salads. : Itbe nat vlX French dressii pot Mil c piac.e( in the refri Ivt OVF WCIl'lt ?TJ i II.. day . . Panh gristle cut into sm. I J ..A Jl '.. and st ng before combim:.. crilH' vs. floors. olhespn Sandwiches. daily ade in different wv.- terfovbrea(jg an(j filling a.. V fancy. For mstan oe. JJHces of bread and hut ad(leides. Spread layers o. Th! or enicKen Detwc by tn slices firmly tegetlie: On e mainng thin ribbon havehes or use alternate The thin -of white ami tbe with a filling of cream tli:t lopped nuts or olives tire - Pl Lambs' Kidneys. slices of bacon unt:. ike up an...

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

$75000 WORTH OF SEASONABLE MERCHANDISE TO BIS SOU) IjV FIFTEEN DAYS. Sale Begins Saturday October 5th at 9 a. m. and Closes Saturday Outober19th at 10 p. m. We bought these goods early in order to secure select styles and best prices. At that time we expected a bumper crop in the territory. Well everybody knows how that expectation and hope has been frustrated and we are left to say with Thomas Moore: "Twas ever thus from childhood's hour I've seen my fondest hopes decay. I never loved a tree or flower but 'twas first to fade away;" there is in Brownwood today five times as much dry goods as can be sold in a season like this and of necessity much of it must be carried over. We do not intend to carry ours over and prefer to sacrifice the profits rather than to do so. Q1GHT HERE ici the beginning of the season you hate our entire stork of $75000 north of high grade de- cs printable uierehandise at your merry. You nilB have to have these goods later. Buy now nhile you ean get 1 1 them ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 4 October 1907

PANBESA'S LETTER. n Account of cn EavDtian OV Thirty Centums -A 3 Probably the o! lest l.'tter in the rtr)A lJ tin liit'Af i f I.ni!..i. i t it . ti n 11 - iiir run wi i juit -.l. i fteen centuries before Christ to his rleml Amenetuupt. a cribe. nvnis nnii h is :i iim nt? 1 ni 11 It is preserved iu the catlaejaji of the British museum. It has Uvn sev ral times translated. It presents hl jfcteresting picture of life in Egypt in J me nine 01 i;:imeses u. n is uiorv iu the nature of a literary pntn notion a poem composed in celebration of the visit of Pharaoh to the city of I'a- Bameses. than an ordinary letter of to- day. Panlesa 'preet his lord the writte Amenemapt. to whom lie life health and strength." and ih'h pMs on to de- acrilte the verdant fields the thrashing floors the vineyards the groves of olives the orchards of tigs. t!i irreat daily markets. vit!i their tish and wa- terfowl and BWaiBM Of pu;vli:fi. The citizens had tlieir "sweet wine of Khemi. pomegranate wine auJ wine ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 4 October 1907

GOOD TABLE MANNERS ii Art In Which the English Claim to Be Supreme. SNEER AT OTHER NATIONS. Germany France and America Say thn Britons Cannot Compare With Them In Good Form at Meals Use of the Knife Fork Spoon and Napkin. Let it le admitted that our army Is a failure has Better wou a vie ton tad never win; admitted that our uav would have dithVulty in sweeping six comhitied great powers oil the sea; ad- mitted th.it we annot act up to tut French standard or trade up to the Geru.au or bustle up to the Ameri an or cheat tip to the (Jreek. Bat wo chat lab our lit; pride aud prejudice. The Englishman regards himself and Is feuerally regarded as the lnst dressed man in the world. He also plumes himself ou having the lest table man nera. To the Frenchman may le con- ceded t!v supremacy In the prepara tlon of food while the production of It owing to the decay of our agrhul tare may le left to such outlying places as Sileria and Chicago. But when it comes to the eating of food the Kntrlishm...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 4 October 1907

Capital and Surplus $200000.00 OUR RESOURCES AND FACIEI TIES 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 BROWN WOOD NATION AL. BANK Brown wood Texas. Officers! I. 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. THE CHRISTIAN REVIVAL Evangelist Discusses at Length Doc- trines and Belief of Church. But few minutes after seven o'clock last night people were seen flocking to the tabernacle to hear the evangelist. But their early coming was wise. Several hundreds of people had assembled when a gentle shower came and many on their way were hindered to such an extent as to not be able...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 4 October 1907

THE WHITE HOUSE. . The hoiue of the presidents was Ix-gun In IT'.rJ ami w.ts first occupied by President Adams In 18U0. Ill 1S14 it was burned by the British and was rebuilt four years later. The original building is a two story freestone edifice painted white. It is 170 feet long by Nt feet wide and lias an Ionle portico. In 1H03 the executive offices which are shown In the upper picture were erected. The main eutrauce to the White House is shown in the lower cut Immigrants Votes Dangerous to America By JOHN R. DOS PASSOS. New York Uwycr. e XAMLXIXG past history in ence it seems to me that life has developed TWO IXGS OF OUR GOVERNMENT first those caused by ! How Ho Would Go. the indiscriminate admission of foreigners to citizenship WITH In conne. tinn with its account of arrcTTD k n r j m l i i . i the international convention of OUff KAbt and secondly the abnormal iacrease in the number of i jont;. at The lia ble a writer in a representatives in the lower houses f the federal and ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 4 October 1907

FT For t have a Hat to fit every irmn head in Hr. wo county Our tats are t'l new and np-to date and u pi ice .hat will Rrtnnih you. 600 mn'a hats ' uht from the Great extern Hat W orka of New York CtMr f f w th M 00 t fo flying in MXf it h sale at each on lv w U' Come to the Green Ticket Sale and Bring; tUis Ad with you. We Want Your; Hands. The ladle' hand t. . np with Mylislf Kid Gloves blrtck.oBwn. navy jfreeu. whi'e at l blue glores. n f worth $1.00 to in the Vl II f ' Big Green J Sal at. a pair..TJ you pay should depend on what you can afford. But make oertain that you prt I doll arfl worth of clothing for every dollar you spend. We guarantee that y n will get full value here. Money baok without argument if not satisfied b u r ssuranoe and we make II pood to the letter. Look for the Oreen Tap. Boys' $2.00 Suits $1.48 Youth's 6.50 Suits 4 93 Boys' 3.00 Suits 2.25 Men's 10.00 Suits 7.95 Overcoat for Everybody Yes it i just a littlo t:iy buy an Overo it now bu' such pftdti tti eho...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 4 October 1907

The This bank solicits the checking accounts cf firms and I J a. Abney. Pres j Citizens individuals and extends to each customer every reasonable a. l. Self vice Pres. i National COUrtesy and facility. J. B. Turner V. Pres. I Bank. NEXT DOOR TO CAMP-BELL DRUG CO. P. S. Abney Cashier. J The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors. Entered at the Brownwood Postoflice as Second Class Mail Matter. Subscription THE SILVER CULLET. WILL H. MAYES Managing Editor. HF MAYES Business Manager. C. A. TUNNELL. City Editor. C SEITZ Daily Circulator. E. E. KIRKPATRICK Associate Editor. W. R. DULA. Foreman Mech. Dept. jfS Take State Juris- C diction Federal Courts. Out Circuit By HERBERT S. H Attorney Gcncr.U af Missouri. HE granting of injunctions by Cnited ites cir l 1 - . i . a - Canu district judge? against t ho Mitrcemcnt of state I laws by state officials recently has attracted much public attention and bids fair to become AN ! M- J OKI AN 1 QUESTION IN NATIONAL POL- ITICS. Its corre...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 4 October 1907

Every One Greets You With a Smile On account of the fine rain. If you are not smiling it is because you failed to let us prepare you for a rainy day. This morning is the first time one has needed Rubbers for quite a while. We do not know how long this wet spell will last but let it be long or short you do not want to be caught napping when the next rain comes for it will be colder and perhaps mixed with sleet or snow. Looney Mercantile Co. has a complete line of Men's Women's and Cnildren's Rubbers. No mat- ter what the size we can fit you. If it is an Umbrella you need we can supply you both as to quality and price. A full line of Slickers Slicker suits Hats Rubber Boots in fact anything you need for a rainy day. If the sole on your shoe was thin and the water soaked through let us pu: you upon solid leather and insure dry feet. Looney Mercantile Co. Wall Paper. It's now almost Winter time and you have not had that house or room repapered. You can do it with a very small expenditur...

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

Get our rates on Cyclone DAILY BULLETIN. We are now selling the best most liberal accident policy w have ever seen Quarterly pay-' ments if you want. E. B Henley & Co. Tornado and Windstorm In surance. It is so cheap vo u cannot afforcj.to.be without it. XI. B. Henley & Co. OL. 7. BROWNWOOD. TEXAS. MONDAY. OCT. 7 1907. NO. 304 0 D Pretty Fall Millinery We are offering a brand new line of Fae Millinery that cannot be excelled even in th 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. GUILTY Robertson and Simpson Get Two Years In County Jail. FINE $500 ASSESSED Were Charged Wib Theft of Cotton From the Field of W. W. Lancaster at Groi venor. Allegrettis The price is do not have to pay for the name when you buy Alle- gretti's can- dy. McMinn Drug Company. County court opened this morning with Judge Br...

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

A ne Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors. ooered at the Brown wood Postoffice as Second Class Mail Matter. Subscr iption Per Month 60c WILL H. MAYES Managing Editor. H P. MAYES Business Manager. C. A. TUNNELL. City Editor. E C SEITZ Daily Circulator. E. E. KIRKPATRICK Associate Editor. W. R. DULA Foreman Mech Dept. QUEER OLD CUSTOMS. trnvy Island Is a Place Where Things Are Different. In Harper's Robert Shackletci writes of the many curious ro- mances old time customs and unique conditions in Guernsey one j wf the Channel islands : I found that in everything Guernsey is the place that is differ-J ant. Men are of age at twenty; the ; weekly half holiday is on Thursday ; the gallon is 5 per cent smaller thej file English; to reduce rwi; ! O pounds of weight to Guernsey sounds one must multiply by twenty-nine and divide by thirty-two and one is given thirteen Guerre pennies for every English shilling. "Is it tax paying day or quarts day? Behold a long line of island an wi...

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

Most People Want A Novelty Shower. A four o'clock a merry com pany of young ladies thronged into the pretty residence of Mr. and Mrs. L&I. James. The oc casion now chronicled was a a oocl horsc and a neat cIcan .ovelty shower given by Miss easy-riding buggy when they go lor in honor of Miss Elizabeth j driving. They want the best Westmoreland whose marriage they can get for their money w aiwuuct u tttsi wees. jr kn.. k. k- T UWUM 1V Lilt. LAJ L IU entering the hail each regis- k. M tered with a good wish to the1"""'. 7 . . bride to be in the beautiful hand I w cicancd and Pollsncd r I 1 T 1 . .1 minteH bnnk o-mppfnllv nveaiAeA every Qnvc. iv c been in tfte m i a Over by Miss Mabel Campbell. business long enough to Know he decorations throughout the house were of red hearts. Sus- pended to the front curtain in the parlor was an immense red heart in its center a smaller one bearing the following words "The first to capture the prize be it a man or otherwise." At the door of the pa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 7 October 1907

I Th kinW snlicits the checking accounts of firms and J. A. Abney Pres. A. L. Self Vice IJres. J. B. Turner V. Pres. F. S. Abney Cashier. The Citizens National Bank. individuals and extends to each customer every reasonable courtesy and facility. NEXT DOOR TO CAMP-BELL DRUG CO. A DOCTOR'S HEROISM. Hi Very Remarkable Peat Required Strength as Well as Bravery. The author of "The Malakand Field Force"' records the follow in: deed which was performed in In- dia and was indeed a noble one. It occurred after night had fallen upon a hotly contested battle- ground. The British had with great difficulty repulsed an enemy overwhelmingly Fuperior in num- bers and had withdrawn into their defenses. The deadly hollow some distance in front of their lines call- ed "the cup" was commanded from several directions by the fire of the natives and swept at intervals by their swordsmen. "Lieutenant Ford had been seri- ously wounded in the shoulder. The bullet cut the artery and he was bleeding to death ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 7 October 1907

TO OUR CUSTOMERS Capital and Surplus $200000.00 We want you to come around. Meet our officers familiarize yourself with our methods of doing business inspect our vaults and above all feel free and easy with us. Your interest and ours are mutual and we are nothing less than partners and between us we can build up this section in every way and at the same time increase our business in every line. KhMEMBER: We keep your deeds wills and other valuable papers and furnish lock boxes to our customers when wanted tree of charge. We issue time certificates. T. C YANTIS President J. C WEAKLEY 1st Vice Pres. J. A. WALKER 2nd Vice Pres. MILLARD ROMINES Cashier HfW B. CROSS Asst Cashier A. P. FORD Asst. Cashier. BROWXWOOD WATIOJtfAL BANK Brow ii wood Texas. I I REVIVAL SERVICES. At- ErangeUtt Haddock Continues to tract Large Audiences. Five weeks of the great revival at the Christian Tabernacle have passed into the annals of unwrit- ten history and the interest in- stead of deminishing seems to ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 7 October 1907

FAMOUS "ROOTERS." Of the nation's fans those whom baseball has become synom mous with life and freedom nor; ha been so celebrated as Hi-H Dixwell of Boston and old Well- Well of Xtm York. When the former died he was characterized as Boston's "most unique citiaen." For a generation he had delighted and amused base- ball patrons with his high pitched staccato "Hi-hi V emitted only upon the accomplishment of some espe- cially meritorious play. It was considered something to boast of that one had been seated "right 'longside of Hi-Hi" and the ambitious novitiates in fandom were accustomed to wait for him to put his stamp of approval on a throw hit or catch before thev joined in. The popularity of old Well-Well with laymen is undeniable. Verse writers have long employed his name as synonymous with spring. Indeed it is never reckoned a gen- uine opening at the Polo grounds unless the long drawn sonorous bass notes "Well well well!" car- oming against Coogan's bluff usher in the season. Ev...

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

If You Are Out In tlx Wee t tier Get You a 8Uoker8olt. Compare Your Shoe With The Only Shoe That Gives Entire Satisfaction I 0 t fa C c fa i s ss t 9 8 rvTBaW Compare the Stetson Shoe with any other say the one you take off in the shoe store- look at the stitches in each- count them slip your foot into the Stetson and you will know you've found the better shoe. Stetson shoes give you b&Ji their cost in actual wear and satisfaction. See the Stetson before you buy your next shoes. Full lines all styles-all leathers. Tor sale by Z Looney Mercantile Company. Is the shoe made from solid leather throughout. When you buy a pair of shoes from us if it is not solid leather throughout bring it back and get a new pair without argument. The STAR BRAND for men women misse and children are built for service. We examine each pair carefully when they come in and if a defect is found return them at once and when we sell a pair if it is not exactly as represented we make it good with a new pair. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 8 October 1907

Get our rates on C y clone n. Tornado and Windstorm In- surance. It is so cheap you cannot afford to be without it. E B. Henley & Co. DAILY BULLETIN. We are now selling the best most liberal accident policy we have ever seen. Quarterly pay- ments if you want. E. B. Henley & Co. J OL. BROWNWOOD TEXAS. TUESDAY OCT. 8 1907. NO. 305 I . 1!PI " JAIL ? ooo. D 0 D D 0 D u n Pretty Fall We are offering a brand new line of F Millinery that cannot be excelled even in t cities and we know the prices are much cheape 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. I ; i! AllegrettPs The price is reasonable -You do not have to pay for the name when you buy Alle- gretti's can- df. McMinn Drug Company. save one-nail on Your soy's Clothes. Do you think that's impossible? don't. We' know we can show how you can save from $5.00 to $15 a year on your boy's clothes. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 8 October 1907

The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietor. entered at the Brownwood Postoffice as Second Class Mail Matter OUR. PRESIDENTS Subscription Per Month ..50c WILL H. MAYES Managing Editor. H F. MAYES Business Manager. C. A. TL'NNELL. City Editor E C SEITZ Daily Circulator. E. E. KIRKI'ATKICK. AttobiaM Editor W. R. DULA. Foreman Mech Dept. MARKETING PECANS. The Texas Nut Growers Association is to have a meeting in Austin this week to consider its interests and especially to take some steps to regulate if possible the marketing of pecans. There is no question but that Texas has lost hundreds of thous- ands of dollars from lack of system in handling this valuable crop. It has usually been sold by the dealers as though it had no real value to the growers who readily took whatever was offered for the nuts. The first pecans marketed are nearly al- ways sold by boys and other parties who have stolen the nuts and who readily take whatever price the local dealer is willing to give them ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 8 October 1907

Menardville Editor Here. Garland Buck editor of the Menardville Enterprise is in the city today having come to Brownwood to move his family to his new home at Menardville. Mr. Buck is prospering in his new field and UCgivi.ig the Me- nardville nponlp rhp hoer nanor they ever had. He says that the entire country around there is getting ready to come to the big Central Texas Fair at Brown- wood November 5 to 9. Foley's Kidney Cure will cure any case of kidney trouble that is not beyond medical aid. Camp Bell Drug Co. Miss Marie Crothers who has been spending several months with her aunt Mrs. Jarvis at Henderson Ky. passed through A. I - . . - - gw-wgBw VW V me cuy mis morning enroute 10 her home at Brady. She was accompanied by Mrs. Jarvis who will spend a few weeks with her sister. Mrs. Jarvis visited in Brownwood several years ago when the town was but aj village and this morning when she was driven along the streets to the J- 4. l IJ A. A. nrnss nrisni s nrnrisp ar rno mwne . . . ....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 8 October 1907

1 Next Door To Camp-Bell Drug Co. i Our patrons speak in the highest praise of the way we serve them. We are prepared to care for your every banking want and respectfully solicit your business. The Citizens National Bank. J. A. Abney Pres. A. L. Self 1st Vice Pres. J. B. Turner 2nd Vice President. F. S. Abney tashier. CHILDREN'S CHUSADE. of the Most Remarkable Events In the World's History. vvays Hoped He Would. There is one episode of the hi- ' Hopre j-a dying. Rain was sej tory of tlie crusades that few peoi verely wounded. The early winter are familiar witfi. an episode w night wascreemng over the field of unique so strange so pathetic K battle and Hope gallant soldier tragic withal that it stands out u though he was judged it prudent tl conspicuous illu-trat i. m f the ft-- tay his hand. Soult had been er of enthusiasm then pervading wnghh- driven back. The tanaportt Europe. It is called the "children's I were croaiding into the harbor It crusade." and ai one of the moat I nougi...

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