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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 14 October 1907

T J. A. Abney Pres. A. L. Sexist Vice Pres. J. B. Turner 2nd Vice President. F. S. Abney Cashier. 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. citizens National Bank. Next Door To Camp-Bell Drug Co. i tSvnod'6 Sunday Big Day a A'l the Pulpits of the City were Filled by Visiting Ministers and the Attendance was Large. Committees Report Today. are made to walk alone there is no question but that it will de- velop self-support. I am heartily in favor of the new Presby tery." The Question of the or- Th Matter of the Eastern Texas Presbytery Refusing to Dis- j ganization of the New Synod of 1 fie IViailCr ui u nLWkta mmmJ a warm rlphate solve the Pastorate was Deeded Agams me rres- . by bytery and rastorai rotations wuw On Saturday night the report of the Foreign Missions Commit- tee was considered and adopted and pending its consideration Rev. J. 0. Reavis the Assem- bly's fie...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 14 October 1907

in ! We are not here to overreach or try to wrong another We do not seek to boost ourselves by tearing down another. By honest methods we shall seek to gain a rep- utation ' For honesty Will always win in every rank and station. Thus we invite the business world the farmers from plantations To bring along their boys and girls as well as all of their relations To establish here a friendly tie. and to explain our own position; For we try the best we can to better your condition. BENJAMIN WEST. Hov the Great Painter Brought About a Revolution In Art. Before the day- of Revnoids. Gainsborough and Constable l-.ii.-h.-di artists did not expect Knv one to pay such priros for their pictures as for those of foreigners or even to buy anything but a portrait. 'V rould 1 do with it i" an Kng!i-h con- noisseur is said to have replied to a gentleman who had faked hnn tfhy he did not purc hase a historical ni -ture he greatly admired. "ou 6urely would not have me hang up a modern Knglish pit ture ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 14 October 1907

A . ill mmww mm rniir mm w mm i m m t i m n Tnll r a T n v m. T I . I An Inscription Puzzl. FORThftI ATT LET M OS CPA Id HI H f tin ! ILU . T VT ft 1 our aonu or fwm wv you iall n-v mm i f riimm w i ii i nff von m mvt wng oz rurt teach your b6y f n vi i ii r nni ui m l. m - m m .'-a. m v. ; r: I dl. '.jwa'r -fir I tr 1 - - - cr & - - f V ITISN ORTH WHILE TO WAIT LONGER THE SEASON IS far enough ad- vanced for merchants to know what to expect and what not to expect. You ought to know by this time that it will take some tall hust- ling to dispose of that stock of merchan- dise now on your counters and shelves. The time to act is Right Now. To wait longer will be suicidal from a business standpoint. 1 'Procrastination is the thief of time.0 While you are delaying the other fellow is acting and he is get- ting the cream of the trade that ought to be yours. You can not expect trade when you make no effort to get it. Be up and doing! Wake up! Advertise! MM MMM MMM MM MMM MMM MMM MMM MM...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 14 October 1907

FOR THE LITTLE ONES. Tha Truth About the Famous Basilisk of Ahciant Times. According to the ancient writers eays the Chicago News the basilisk rsometimes called cockatrice was monster to be creatlv dreadpd Ite breath filled the air with a dead- ly poison and burned up vegetation ic tne glance of its eye was fatal Doth man and beast. The onlv iture that could face it and live. .they said was the cock and trav elers were advised to take loud browing cocks with them as a pro- jection against the monster. So tnuch for superstition. As a matter mi fact the basilisk is a harmless izard living a quiet life in the roods and feeding on insects. Its ippearanee however is formidable knd it is this perhaps that gave it a pad name. It grows to a length of from twentv-five to thirtv inches. Including its tail which is much onger than its bodv. Rising from Its head and inclining backward is a broad winglike expansion which rives it some resemblance to the nying lizard. The crest of this ex pansion...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 14 October 1907

i I I t h a t I I I I D D 0 Window Glass Roarers has the largest ship- ment of undersk irts in all kind This is the season for patch- ever brought to Brown wood ing up the windows and making gee them. ready for the winter months j Our line of window glass is VT7 t A fi wlacc WJUJlCLC. C V.UI OXIU 111 giojo . to all size and shape openings Don't think about going through the winter with broken panes in ' the windows. I he cost in re- placing them is so small that you would never miss the mon- ey. We want to show you and quote prices cn glass. Renfro's. If your eyes trouble you see Dr. Winters over Brooke Smith Bank Rogers has lovely Opera cloaks. Dr. A. L. Anderson was called to Winchell today in consultation with local doctors. Fresh Fish And Oysters at the Dulci Restaurant Phone 171. 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. James H. Baker is spending today and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 18 October 1907

m4 ; DAILY BULLETIN. FIRE INSURANCE E. B. Henley & Co. CITY PROPERTY B. BHerley & Co. BROWNWOOD. TXA. FRIDAY. OCT. 18 1907. VOL. 7. NO. 314 MRS. BLAIR ENTERTAINS. D Pretty Fall Millinery We are 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 tit you out in something becoming. iss McHutchon. J . w Team Will Arrive. The football team of the Car- lisle Military Academy will ar- rive in Brownwood over the Frisco tonight and will play the Daniel Baker football team to- morrow afternoon at 4 o'clock at the Daniel Baker park. Coaches Simpson and Tarleton have rounded the Daniel Baker bunch into a fast hard hitting bunch and they are expected to show some excellent football at tomorrow's contest. Many Witnesses. Quite a number of Blanket people are in the city today at- tending...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 18 October 1907

The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRIN 1 1NG COMPANY Proprietors. Hffltered at the Brownwood Postoffice as Second Class Mail Matter. Subscription Pw Month 60c WILL H. MAYES Managing Editor. H F. MAYES Business Manager. C. A. TUNNELL City Editor. E C. 8EITZiDally Circulator. E. E. KIRKPATRICK Associate Editor. W. R DULA. Foreman Mech. Dept. CAN IT BE KEPT DOWN? There are some papers in Texas that are urging that the Bailey matter be kept out of politics in the next election. The Bulletin is willing to concede that could such a thing be done it would be for the best The only person who could possibly have done kept down that issue was Bailey himself and in the most defiant and bitterest speech he declared before the legislature of Texas that every scoundrel who did not agree with him in Texas should be defeated for office and all who did not endorse him were placed in that list Then this summer he has gone through- out the land with the same defiant speech. The papers closest to him are now mo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 18 October 1907

- -- - - II .1 II. I - -I I ' " i mi 1 1 ii i i mi in Sturdy School Shoes The hard knocks to which Children's Shoes are subjected necessitates strong care- fully selected leather and sturdy make up. You will find in our children's shoe stock just what you want in this line and shoes the children like to wear. Our aim is to give strong servicable shoes that are pliable comfortable and good- looking. We have a line of specially made School Shoes we wish to show you. They have been thoroughly tried and found entirely satisfactory. ROGERS 0RY GOODS CO. Pecan Candy is the best that we have. It is made at Kaneaster's Kandy Kitchen. Testing Pecan Law. A case has been filed in the 1 county court whereby it is w- 1 tended to test the law which is said to keep parties from gath- ering pecans from the trees in the second bank of the Bayou. Alongside the Cameron farm are many pecan trees and some of thern are down under the second bank of the stream and for many years the owners of the trees ha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 18 October 1907

f - fs Next Door To Camp-Bell Drug Co. J. A. Abney Pres. A. L. Self 1st Vice Pres. J. B. Turner 2nWice Prespent. F. S. Abney Cashier. 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. I P 1 MEANING OF MUSIC. What It Can and What It Cannot Say to You. Music it called the universal lan- guage and yet when you are strug- gling to understand what a com- poser is trying to say always remem- ber that he is speaking 8 primitive language that frames vaguely a sen- timent or a mood or a tangled fab- ric of sentiments and moods. "The best definition I ever heard of music" says Rupert Hughes in j the Delineator "is that of Taine j Music is a cry' and to my thinking at least the !ct music is that in ! which to the largest degree eacii note represents an outcry. But then crv mav mean so much or so lit- tle!' "The spirit of brooding music may be found in the stor...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 18 October 1907

Capital and Surplus $200000.00 The Goodness of a Bank is Determined By the ability and character of the man in charge. By the amount of paid up capital and surplui. By the sworn published statements of its officers. By the responsibility of its stockholders. By the standing of its board of directors. By its business record in years past. We solicit your business promising every accommodation consistent with prudent banking. We furnish safety lock boxes to our customers without charge. We issue time certificates of deposit. 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. The Brownwood National Bank WANT COLUMN WANT AD RATES One cent a word first insertion half cent a wora each consecutive Insertion. No adver- tisement taken for less then 20 cts. Cash must always accompany the or- der. WANTED People to pick Pecans good prices paid. Call or phoiie H. G. Harreli manager Pecan and P...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 18 October 1907

FIRST GLOVE WEARERS. Jauntlets Of Arciert HunUn Saint Who Wort Gloves. Not only on account of the in- trinsic beauty of many specimen that ha been preserved but also because of ae symbolism connected iwith therm &vt will ever have a apecaai interest for the student of Hit-.. inai iney were worn at a very early period there is no doubt though exactly when they first oame into use it is impossible to say for there are no actual references to them in earlv Greek or Roman MSS. iThe first mention of gloves is in the Odyssey" in which it is stated that Xaertes the father of Ulysses wore them on his hunting expeditions to protect his hands from the thorns and in his "Cyropaedia" Xenophon reproaches the Persians for their ef- feminacy in covering their hands. Both in the east and west the .glove when once adopted soon be came of importance as the recog- nized symbol of the transfer of property the seller of land giving the purchaser a glove as a token of possession for which reason it i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 18 October 1907

I V Window Glass This is the season for patch- ing up the windows and making ready for the winter months. Our line of window glass is complete. We cut and fit glass to all size and shape openings Dbn't think about going through the winter with broken panes in the windows. The cost in re- placing them is so small that you would never miss the mon- ey. We want to show you and quote prices on glass. Renfros. If your eyes trouble you see Dr. Wintersjover Brooke Smith Bank W. F. Elliott returned last night from a trip to the East. Tickets on sale at Armstrong's Jewelry store for the entertain- ment Saturday night at Library. Commissioner Dave Malone is in the city today on business. See Rogers for nobby under- skirts. All kinds and colors. See the new wall paper at Hardy & Denny's paint and wall paper store. Dr. Nanny returned this morn- ing from business trip to the Eastern part of the state. We give you value received for your money when you buy a heating stove from us. All sizes c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 19 October 1907

I CITY PROPERTY A II "V DI TI I CTTIIVT FIR.E INSURANCE I I B.B.H.nleyCo. LI1JLI DULlLlH 1 11 ! E. B. Henley Co I I VOL.7. ' BROWNWOOD. TEXAS. SATURDAY OCT. 19 107 I ' NO. 315 I I FREE ENTERTAINMENT. 1 g iff j J0 1"T I mmmmm'm """""""V I Bd Wtier Causes Ladies to Make U I ia . IIIAl'll : Change in Library Entertainment. H -i J . Bg rrPllV H. m IIKTV On account of th bad weather Z REJOLVE51 LlTV IIWIJ I ail ITIIIIIIIVI J the ladies of the floral club have THAT THE RK NO USE ( ip PfTC) tt7 . .... . . Fin. decided to make the entertain- LOOKING AROUND EVERY "zf' I Mflterve.hf Sao K3S -nt at the library toni.ht a fbB U fl cities and we know the prices are much cheaper. free attraction There wll be JJ mStt 'KP&&FW Z We want the Ladies to see our Pattern and no charge for adm.ss.on and no 45$ WHERE THEY SELL THE ft Tailored Hats before they buy. No trouble to collection will be taken on the pflA BEST SELECTED TUlHGS- J show goods and it's a (enuin pleasure to tit Wf The entertainm...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 19 October 1907

The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY. Proprietors. Entered at the Brownwood Postoffice as Second Class Mail Matter. Subscription Per Month. 50c H E WILL H. MAYES Managing: Editor. MAYES Business Manager. C. A. TUNNELL City Editor ! General News rive men were drowned near Joliet ID. John Green a negro shot his wife as she got off the train at Somersville. Secretary of State Rc Dt passed SEITZ. Daily Circulator. E. E. KIRKPATRICK. Associate Editor j through gan Antonio en W. R. DULA. Foreman Mech. Dept. Hearst seems to be a great bug-a-boo to many people. There is an idea prevalent that he has a political ambition to gratify that cannot be satisfied without the destruction of the Democratic party and th it he expects to build up a party of his own through the influence of the papers which he owns and which he contem- plates establishing. This may betrue but it is bad to admit that any one man can do all that Hearst is charged with under- taking to bring about. Isn't it possible t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 19 October 1907

i '1 1 mim i ll y u HwWfcKi m&rgmi 4- 1 ""7 Copyright 1907 The Houk of Kuppenheuna Chicago Our Raincoats. well designed and made primarily to be worn during rainy weather. The makers however have over- stepped the idea by making a garment that will serve both as a handy mackintosh during wet weather and a Stylish Overcoat at other times. When you buy one of our Rain- coats you get two garments in one. We have all the best styles of the season plenty of suitable pat- terns to select from and we wan guarantee the tailoring to be the best. Prices no more than they should be. Rogers Dry Goods Co. 5 t OUR PHOTOGRAPHS Carlisle Team Here. me rootball team of the Car- ! isle Military Academy arrived last night over the Frisco and will Are ood. Our prioes are right. Our customers satisfied. That be here three days. They are is the repuution this studio is making every day. Come and let uf playing the Daniel Baker boys "take yja " Kodak work receives our most oareful attetion and is this ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 19 October 1907

iaSa wafaaaliaB I I I We Issue Time Solicits Your Account C I mmAlCl With a lare caPtal a ne equipment this Bank solicits your a ccount. We are prepared to extend PlT II Jlr CVtry reasonablc accominodation. Call and see us. I f n "t THe Citizens National Bank. i of Deposit- i; Brownwood Teacxas H PROVERBS ABOUT TREES. 3 EYE. MARINE ETIQUETTE. ppMpafl Hi. Friend.. ll 1 . . " aaaT if il 1 aV Douglas Jen-old's humor was dutiful Thought. Finely Expr..ed 0 - Cstant Ob- Eo y.tem of Salute. For U.. IMH L"1 ! uav nf the biting sort. MVS Mr. by th. Hndoo.. J . ...::. - Occon R.qu.r... fc Harrv Furnis. in some stories of Many are the proverbs relating to That With A Repu .. ( iar. mere is in existence a most elab- rJJ "Famous Raconteurs" and he was trees which are to be heard in India. attion Because of jtv 01 . thai enables orate sJstem of salutes the strict lW-fll E an ever present terror to his friends Among the proverbs that speak of Its Purity Every then r octant objects observance of wh...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 19 October 1907

Capital and Surplus $200000.00 I - ..... .. . v -it- y. The Cfoodoess of a Bank is Determined By the ability and character of the men in charge. By the amount of paid up capital and surplus. By the sworn published statements of its officers. By the responsibility of its stockholders. By the standing of its board of directors. By its business record in years past. We solicit your business promising every accommodation consistent with prudent banking. We furnish safety lock boxes to our customers without charge. Wt issue time certificates of deposit. The Brow 11 wood National Bank . ' WANT COLUMN WANT AD RATES One cent a word first insertion half cent aworo each consecutive Insertion. No adver- tisement taken for lew than 20 cts. Cash must alwayn accompany the or- der. WASTED lVople to pick Pecans good prices paid. Call or phote H. G. Harreli manager Pecan and Pea- nut works. dtf Cards for ' Posting" pi ices for sale at the Bulletin office. Protect yonr place by uaing these. dtf. Berk...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 19 October 1907

Our Candies Are Best For . Really High Grade f Candy V ' Go to Seitz Steam Bakery crTjshedby driver Young Man Engag i With New R. R. to Hamilton Killed in Fa..'ul Manner Near Carlton. CIRCUS Rrownwood Wednesday OCT. 30. i PAIN Nice Flowing Cream Center Chocolates 35c per lb. Our Prices Are Cheapest Most People Want a good horse and a neat clean easy-riding buggy when they go driving. They want the best they can get for their money. My horses are the best to be had My buggies are new and are cleaned and polished after every drive. Iv'e been in the business long enough to know what the people want and I conduct my business accordingly. Jerry Miller An accident occurred Tuesday on the line of the Stephenville and Hamilton railroad which l.i a a caused tne a earn oi a young man named Florence who resides n Dallas. Florence was engag ed with the pile driving crew in j building a bridge south of Carl ton and while leaning across the driving to adjust some por tion of the machinery the lat...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 19 October 1907

Window Glass This is the season for patch ing'up the windows and making ready for the winter months. Our line of window glass is complete. We cut and fit glass to all size and shape openings. Don't think about going through the winter with broken panes in the windows. The cost in re- placing them is so small that you would never miss the mon- ey. We want to show ycu and quote prices on glass. Renfro's. If your eyes trouble you see Dr. Wintersjover Brooke Smith Bank See the attractions in Arm- strong's window Monday. Capt H. W. McGhee will leave in the morning for an extended trip to San Antonio and the Southwest. Tickets on sale at Armstrong's Jewelry store for the entertain ment Saturday night at Library. Sjr Crops Are Good. Dr. G. W. Cross of Flatonia who is spending a few days in the city says crops in his section of the country are very good. Had it not been for the boll weavil he says they would have had excellent crops. The doctor is herejto wind up some business matters that ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 22 October 1907

DAILY BULLETIN. CITY PROPERTY b. B. Henley & Co. FIR.E INSURANCE E. B. Henley Co. VOL. 7. 8ROWNWOOD. TEXAS. TfUESDAY. OCT. 22 1907. NO 317 D Pretty Fall Millinery We are 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 genum pleasure to fit you out in something becoming. iss McHutchon. Railroad Man Here. C. C. Johnson Southwestern t?ent of the Atlantic and West Point railroad company with headquarters in Waco is in the city today on business connected with the transportation depart- ment of the Pawnee Bill show. Mr. Johnson is a friend of R. G. Prater of this city and is being Hunting Party Returns. Rupert Brumfield retu rned ' th.s "al W!'ght WUld haVe made Game Football Players. The Daniel Baker football team is coming in for much praise j today for the game manner in which they fought their ...

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