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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 8 October 1907

Capital and Surplus $200000.00 TO OUR CUSTODIERS 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 bwween us we can build up this section in every way and at the same time increase our business in every line. REMEMBER: We keep your deeds wills and other valuable papers and furnish lock boxes to our customers when wanted free of charge. We issue time certificates. THE BROWN WOOD NATIONAL BANK Officer si T. C YANT1S 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. Brown wood Texa. 1 THE GRID 0 Daniel Baker Takes the First Game of Season From H. P. C. GAME IS II LIVELY TUSSLE Howard Payne Held Their Adversaries in First Half to Accidental Touch Down and Score in Second. The foot ball game at Daniel Baker p...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 8 October 1907

LUiVioAuO. Diet and Treatment For This Distress- ing Affection. This distressingly painful affec- tica is muscular rheumatism located in the large muscles of the loin. The attack a ally comes on quite raddenly sometimes seizing the suf- ferer in the middV of a walk with- out the slightest premonition. The pain is intense and is increased by the slightest motion of the body. The victim of lumbago or an- other form of muscular rheumat if becomes painfully aware of the fact which perhaps be had not before realized of the great flexibility of the body and of the intimate reht- tion between the different part- of the body for it seems impossible for bun to make any motion wh;:' iter of the head or of the arms without feeling a sharp twinge i i the back. He dare not turn in bed lift bis head or even raise his arm . for every movement seems to b originated and performed by the sore back muscle.-. There may be a little swelling the affected region; but usua1 h there is no external sign of g...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 8 October 1907

4 Winners in One Store. Stetson Shoes from $5.00 to Howard and Foster Shoes from $3.50 to Packard Shoes $3.50 to - Patriot Shoes 53.50 to - Wall Paper. It s new almost Winter time and you have not had that house or room re nape red. You can do st with a very small expenditure oi money n you ouy your paper from Renfro. The assortment . there is as large as you will rind in the city and the price is a little less than other people ask jou for the same grade of paper. uet us ngure on your paper billit means money to you. Renfro's. If your eyes trouble you see Dr. Winters over Brooke Smith Bank Rogers has lovely Opera cloaks. Douglas King of the Austin Mill & Grain company returned lest night from an extended busi- ness trip to Oklahoma. See tho?e lovely silk petticoats in ail shades at Rogers for only JM Tonight r.h jr p jgr&m at Ma- jestic. - Kev. J. D. Leslie of Hallinger stated clerk of the Texas Synod is already here to attend the Synod. Those lovely satin lined wraps at Ro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 10 October 1907

Beautiful Lot on St. In 1 mock of H P- College. It is a oar . 13. HENLEY V CO. Sole Agents DAILY BULLETIN. FIR.E INSURANCE E. B. Henle & Co ITY PROPERTY B. B. Henley & Co. 6l. 7 BROWN WOOD TEXAS THURSDAY OCT. 10 IW. NO. 307 lOOO Buyfe a Large Krcny ran Mimnery Wc arc ottering a brand new line of Fine 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. STARTLING RUM ao: Story of Indian Chief's Skeleton Elicits Astonishing Statement. Library Lyceum Course. The full announcement of the orarv Lyceum course nas Deen 1 J ?i .1 1 A J Miif. n nil it is i riM arvfsi Mil the people. The course opens 29th with Luther Manship j r- A L ' A 7 T I J w :ii r i vi i t w f v u ri u i u r 1 ru 111 1 22 pieces No?. 13th Fulcher J - V T nL "ll 1 Varney lecturer Dec. 3rd. 1 - . ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 10 October 1907

A nobby line of boys cloth- ing. We can please you and the boy both as to style and price from $1.50 to $8.50 Hangwell pants are true to name and hold their shape and won't wrinkle out. "Alco ROYAL BRAND 4 Winners in One Store. Stetson Shoes from fifi $5 00 to fp.UU Howard and Foster (t C AA Shoes from 3.50 to - tJUJ.UV Packard Shoes from h C fl fi 3 50 to UvJ"UU Patriot Shoes from (D R f fl 3.50 to UU.UU System Clothes" Are especially designed for the man who has an eye for style and a habit for getting the most for his money are planned and made by people who originate fashions in men's clothing and who believe in making "ALCO" CLOTHES better than any other kind. What's more they have succeeded in doing this for years. You'll find a most satisfactory assortment of styles and innumerable attractive patterns and materials. If it's colors you want-- we have them also the latest shades of brown and gray. Extra attractions are the low prices. $12.50 $16.50 15.00 $21.00 $25. Suits and O...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 10 October 1907

IYNOD OF Fifty-Second Annual Session Met Church in tobert Hall Elected Moderator he Retiring M iterator. Rev. 0 . Preached an Excellent Sermon Last Night. Many Rep- resentatives Arrived This Morning. The Fifty 5 rid annual ses- has been prepared. Dr. S. L. n of the Synod of Texa as- mbled in this city last night ing to the incomplete condi- m of the Presbyterian church present and will present this im- d the hospitality of the Bap- portent cause. . A a 1 a a 1. J mt congregation the meetings being held in the Baptist mcrch. ! The Synod of Texas is com-1 .sprt of a the Presbvtenan urches with the ordained eachers in connection with 9 Southern General Assembly Texas Oklahoma and Indian . rtrt ?mtory. The permanent om- rs of the Synod are Rev. J. Leslie of Ballinger Stated erk. and Rev. Stonewall Jack- n McMurray of Fort Worth irmanent clerk. Rev. J. P. Robertson of Sher- .a J j t Bn tne retiring moderator Sa rr ched the opening sermon ra Ecclesiastesl5:10 "My love white and ruddy the ...

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

Next Door To Camp-Bell Drug Co. J. A. Abney Pres. Our patrons sp:ak 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. A i cii let Vir Prc J. B. Turner 2nd Vice n ciutiu. F. S. Abney Cashier. ALL OVER THE HOUSE. Information as to ths Car of Ksrosenr Lamps Domestic Wisdom. Never touch the chimney of 8 Imp with water. A few dro ii kerosene oil "will remove the IW and dimnepp and a rub with Bpi flannel or chamois skin will res ' in a clear polish. Clean even- bit of the burner n a rag dipped in oil and polish i dry and bright. Boil very dirt; neglected burners in soda and water. See that the outside of the lamy is dry clean and perfectly free froir oil after being filled. Each di Tnb oil the burnt portion of the wick with a duster. Do not cut tht wick. Do not fill a lamp to the brim. Do not h't a lamp burn after tin oil is exhau-ted r turn it d: Nearly the tame amount of ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 10 October 1907

W 11 IstSl I I I DVT BE A KNOCKER. Hide your little hammer and try to speak well of others no nutter how small you may really km yourself to b;. When a stranger drops in jolly him. Tell him this is the greatest town on earth and it it. Jji't discourage him by speaking ill of your neighbors. There's no end of fun minding your own bastness. It mikes other people like you Nobody gets stuck on a knocker. Remember we keep your deeds wills and other valuable papers and furnish lock bjxes to customers when wanted free of charge. We issue time certificates. THE BR WW WOOD WATIOWAL BANK Brownwood Texas THE MEETING LAST NIGHT The Pastor Rev. J. W. Smith Makes Re- port of Last Night's Tabernacle Service. Last Saturday's Daily Bulletin contained "A Card From Dr. Steel" in which were several statements that were mislead- ing. The evangelist reviewed the article last night and among the misleading statements we mention the following: "The Christian Church." 1 "When our friends and neigh- j bors w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 10 October 1907

A CHINESL JNCERT. It Had at Least the Virtua of Not B. coifung Tiresome. An amu m torv is related by Maurice Banns in his book "A Year In Russia.' "A Chinaman came from a house in a tumbledown village at which a midday halt was made. His child was ill and he sought a doctor. To save the bother of explanation Mr. Baring who had been picked out by reason of bir- red correspondent's badge on his arm said ho was a doctor and went to the house where lay a brown and naked infant. "I made him put out his tongue. It was white. I asked what he had been eating lately. The Chinaman taid raw Indian corn. 1 prescribed cessation of diet and complete repose. "The Chinaman appeared to me to be much satisfied and asked me if I would like to hear a concert. I said very much. Then he bade me sit down on the khan the natural divan of every Chinese house and to look ('sniotri smotri' he said). Presently another Chinaman came into the room and taking from the wall a large and twisted clarion like the wre...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 10 October 1907

Wall Paper. It's now almost v inter time and you have not had that house or room repapered. You can do jt with h very small expenditure of money if you buy your paper from Kenlro. The assortment there is as large as you will tind in the city and the price i a little less than other people ask you for the same grade of paper. Let us rigure on your paper bill it means money to you. Renfro's. If your eyes trouble you see Dr. Winters over Brooke Smith Bank Rogers has lovely Opera cloaks. Mrs. J. W. Hodson left yester- day for Merkel Texas where she went to take a young lady who was ill with lever. No need being without a Heat- ing Stove when you can get them so reasonable and on such easy terms at Broad Hdw. Co. Fresh Fish and Oysters at the Dulci Restaurant. Phone 171. Bob Prater and Sam Parks went to Fort Worth this morn ing to attend the races. Wanted to sell or trade for good town lots 78 1-5 acres sandy loam land situated 15 miles south west from Brownwood in Brown county. For part...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 11 October 1907

lOOO Buys a Large Beautiful Lot on Flak St. in 1 block of FT- F. Coiiece. Tt 1a bargain. B. B. HENLEY & CO. Sole Agents DAILY BULLETIN. FIRE INSURANCE E. B. Henley & Co. CITY PROPERTY t. B. Hcvnley & Co. BROWNWOOD TEXAS. FRIDAY. OCT. 11 1907. NO. 308 Pretty Fall Millinery We ate offering a brand new line of Fine 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. Adams - Ingram. A very pretty home wedding 1 1 rron q r t n a 1 n n r i fii and Mrs. Ingram yesterday moon when they gave in - a t i a. rt rrm lt-1 I riH r nu i ir ri i r nn m nif S. J. Adams of Jacksonville I i t- m. i I w a. rmeru uv li . l?lcc ui liic i iiai ethnriist church and was wit- jd by the immediate friends I the family. The happy oung couple left over the Santa e for Jacksonville wh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 11 October 1907

Grand Cooking Exhibit Showing the famous "Never-Break" Malleable Range will eloe Saturday Oct. 1 2th. Come without fail. Coffee and biscuits will be served to all who call and inspect these Ranges. A set of "Never-Break" Wear worth $7.50 FREE with every ''Never-Break" Range order during this ex- hibit. Be Sure anil See the Only Genuine Porcelain Enameled Range in America. sisiHsslHsBBBBiBsn sHBBHssshsiBBiBm m ILttv - kvU Bk i jcfl Guaranteed not to Rust Discolor Crack Chip or Burn-off or to be affected by heat or cold for a period of ten years. Something New and BETTER than ever sold before. Do Not Miss This Op- portunity to See and Learn. r Looney Mercantile The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY FroFrittors. . Entered at the Brownwood Postoffice as Second Glass Mail Matter. Subscription Per Month. .50c WILL H. MAYES Managing Editor. H F. MAYES Business Manager. C A. TUN NELL. City Editor. E C SEITZ Daily Circulator. E. E. KIRKPATRICK. Associate Editor. W. R DULA. Foreman Mech. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 11 October 1907

Ik IT X That clothes make the man. Character makes the man but a Tailor-made Suit adds to his personal appearance. It is sat- isfying to himself and pleasing to his friends. If you arc not a "Handmedown' then you can appreciate our line of Fall and Winter Suiting. Do you want Character Clothes? Nev- er before was there such an array of patterns to select from; and at prices too. LOW ENOUGH and HIGH ENOUGH to fit every pocket-book varying from $14.00 10 37.50 We guarantee a prfect fit and work- tnannhlp. whether In a knockabout or a full dress. Better order your TOP COAT now. It is none too earl- to get it ready for the first tinge of winter. HATS! HATS' All kinds iu St ff and Soft th; season's vintage fresh from headgear's creative cent;r. We have the "lid" you are looking for. Blackhear' Outfitters to Men. Are you a member of the ''Kt-ep U Neat'- club? Better join and keep your clothes pressed and cleaned lvation by Forms and Cere monies. The above suggests the sub- M 1 A t ince ol...

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

I J. A. Abney Rjs . A. L. Self 1st Vice Pres. J. B. Turner 2nd Vice President. F. S. Abney Cashier. Next Door To Camp-Bell Drug Co. 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. 11 Synod Has Begun Matters of Interest Discussed at Length-Lively Tilts on the Floor. LAYMEN HOLD Missionary Movement Is Launched at the Night Session and Members Pledge Themselves to do WorkComplaints Are Heard and Rousing Talks Made by the Representatives. ?tn nrrtar hv Modprator Hall at 9 i icoicxuaj v j i warm debate on the tithe as the system of giving was indulged in by the Synod of Texas in ses- sion in this city. Rev. Robt. Hill and Capt. J. Farley both of Dallas and Rev. J no. D. McLean of the Home and School for Or- phans at Files lead the discus- sion in favor of the tithe. While Rev. J. R. Jacobs of San Marcos and others took the stand that so far as the Chri...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 11 October 1907

DOtt'T BE A KNOCKER. Hide your little hammer and try to speak well of others no matter how small you may really kno yourself to be. When a stranger drops in jolly him. Tell him this is the greatest town on earth and it is. Don't discourage him by speaking ill of your neighbors. There's no end of fun minding your own business. It makes other people like you. Nobody gets stuck on a knocker. Remember we keep your deeds wills and other valuable papers and furnish lock boxes to customers when wanted free of charge. We issue time certificates. THE BROWNWOOD WATTOflTALi BANK Brown wood Texas. Capital and Surplus $2009000.00 Officers i 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. Yes or No Will Settle It. Mr. Editor : The officers of Bro. Smith's ohuroh seem to think I have misrepresented Rev. Mr. Haddock. I think too much of these clever men for them to re main under the erroneous ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 11 October 1907

FOR THE LITTLE ONES. Naming Musical Compositions Is a Nova Gsme For a Party. An interesting and novel game for an evening party is naming com- positions v Each guest is provided with a small card and pencil. A person possessing some musical talent then plays two or three measures from some well known or popular compo- sition on the piano. Each guest writes down what he thinks is the name of the piece. If the player elects two or three measures from the middle of the composition there will be some difficulty and a great deal of amusement in determining upon the name. About ten selec- tions are played allowing two min- utes for the writing of each name. To the person having the great- est number of correct answers a book on some musical subject is given as a prize. A pair of doll's slippers marked "For de feet' (de- feat) is an appropriate booby prize. Gams of Shouting Proverbs. This is rather a noisy game but none the less fun on that account. One of the company goes outside the door...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 11 October 1907

Ministers "Js I Very Special Tomorrow From Nine to Ten 0 Clock 1 2oC ;M-iliel1 Blfswlieil Dometic at Yd welcome and p enty of cool and refreshing drinks at our soia fount. Those who smoke can find an excellent assortment of cigars and smok- ing materials. We want you to visit our place while in the city. Renfro's. If your eyes trouble you see Dr. Winters over Brooke Smith Bank Rogers has lovely Opera cloaks. J. H. Grant went to Ballinger this morning on a brief busiress trip. All kinds of petticoats at Rogers. Fresh Fish and Oysters at the I Dulci Restaurant. Phone 171. Mrs. Biggs left this morning for a visit to friends at Ballinger. Rogers for hats and Rogers for caps and Rogers for every- thing else in the millinery line. "Mothers Bread' all mothers like it. Made and sold by Brown wood Bakerv. Lee Watson of Indianapolis Ind. arrived in the city this morning and will spend a few days here. Go to see Rogers Millinery. Be is selling the goods. I Rev. J. E. McLean Rev. I. B. McLean. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 14 October 1907

1000 fit Beautiful Lot Otl IMslr St. in 1 block of H F. College. Tt B. HENLEY & CO. Sole Agents DAILY BULLETIN. CITY PROPERTY B. B. Henley & Co. FIRE INSUR.ANC E. B. Henley Co. VOL. 7. BROWNWOOD. TEXAS. MONDAY. OCT. 14 1907. 0 D 1 Id I Pretty Fall Millinery We ate offering a brand new line of Fine 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. j Lecture Tomorrow Night At Carnegie Library tomorrow I night Dr. S. A. Steel will de- liver his famous lecture "Home i Life in Dixie During the' War." j This is a lecture that has caused ; favorable comment all over the United States having been de- j livered in all the leading cities from Maine to California. All I local ministers and members of Synod will be admittedffree. I See Rogers for nobby under- i skirt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 14 October 1907

a A 7 Comforts v i ne. e tha " T) A P ucted b custom haye-. r a ni cat They v ra Fort m I 1 a- The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINT ING COMPANY Proprietors. -Entered at the Brownwood Postoffice as Second Class Mail Matter. Subscription Per Month. WILL H. MAYES Manajjinjj Editor. H F MAYES Business Manajfer. C. A. TUN NELL City Editor. E C SEITZ Daily Circulator. E. E. KIRKPATRICK. Associate Editor. W. R. DULA. Foreman Mech. Dept. When It Costs An old man came to me one time with a face on him as long as a well rope a voice of assumed sadness his eyes expressive of grief and with trembling hands unfolded seventeen pages of manuscript and tenderly laid them before me. Getting his voice to the proper pitch he said: Yes I noticed in your paper last week that my old friend Smithson was dead. I hadn't heard of him being sick until I read of his death. Now he was a great good man deserving of more than passing nctice.so here ave written a little obituary for him that you can publish." I looked a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 14 October 1907

f ( out Clothes y v 1 Correctl m m Which Means the Styles Are Latest and Entirely Right and Garments Perfect Fitting. a Bill THIS Coovricht 1907 The House of Kuppenheimer Chicago 15 NOT Alvlv Inthc Clothes we sell. The materials are the best that enter into clothes making; Thibets SafSi wt rStCdS Cafsimeres in colors the principal fabrS and all wear well. Workmanship is perfect and no garment can get out of shape. This is Iwhv every Kuppenheimer garment beats the guarantee labels. 7 SSvit lS.OO to 2500. Rogers Dry Goods Co. a a MEETING WILL CLOSE. Evangelist Haddock Called Home on Account of the Serious Illness of His Mother. The wisdom of man in the idst of his greatest possibilities the Prov dence of God direct im into another channels of . - - FTI a m fun U - T T aa uul mui aiiKCI lot tl. J-. ftflriork Thprp Viae nnr Kn i . . . uiuiie uav wiir.in tne last nt- J 4.1 4. XI u ua;c iuoi liicic were nune B iiu came to ooev me cosre or - -" - pwoiviiHio nnnt ho ca-folv AofimnfJ kJ meet...

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