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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 5 November 1907

'OL. ost 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. I've been in the business long enough to know what the people want and I conduct my business accordingly. Jerry Miller HI IDE MCE TRACK String of Good Horses Await the Signal to Begin Races. GOME FROM ALL DIRECTIONS Harness Race Will Be a Feature Some of the Best Steppers in the Country Are Here. A Bulletin representative ha visited the fairgrounds and took a look at the string of horses in training there for the race. It is perhaps the best collection of race horses ever brought to the city. There are trotters pacers and runners and its real inter- esting to watch them at work. From the list the reporter picked up the following names and bits of information: Stella D. owned by Drew Tay- lor comes from Brady and is fast for the half. Stella is a ...

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

If You Catch Cold During this wet spell we can fiuni'lv fO with a remedy that will cure it ho or less lme- We don't claim to be doctors but wo know what will euro a cold and you will have to admit that there is nothing more disagreea- ble than bail cold. Wo do a big prescription business and will be pletsed to have your trade in this line. J. F. Ren fro The Druggist. If your eyes trouble you see Dr. Winters over Brooke Smith Bank Mrs. J. W. McCulley has gone to Lometa for a visit to relatives. Advertise the Fair envelopes at every stationery dealer. Rev. Archer of Comanche was in the city yesterday on his way to San Antonio to attend the Baptist general convention. For high grade job printing come to the Bulletin office. Fred Mueller of Waco is in the city today the guest of friends. For Kaimers chocolates the finest made goto the Brown wood Bakery. Attorney C. H. Jenkins went co Bangs this morning on busi- ness. Hear the most famous band of Venice at Library tonight. Mrs.' Mina Col...

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

BULLETIN. FIRE INSURANCE E. B. Henley Co. CITY PROPERTY b. B. Hervle "OL. BROWN WOOD. TEXAS. WEDNESDAY. NOV. 6 1907 NO. 329 DAILY WELCOME To The Central Texas Fair And The City of Brownwood. While you ars enjoying the Fair and taking in the sights of the city call in and see our Great Display of Bargains. I For Anything kept in a general Dry Goods Store We Have It. J. W. JENNINGS Sq ccessor to Mistrot Bros. & Co. COUNCIL IN SESSION P Routine Business Transacted Last Night. LIGHT PROPOSITION OFFERED Committee Instructed to go Over Prop- OMtion With Light Plant to Sco if Agreement Could Be Reached. City council met in regular ses- sion last night with Mayor Looney presiding Aldermen Lee Perry Crumb McChristy. and Coffee present. The business before the council was largely routine and was therefore transacted with dispatch. Judge C. H. Jenkins in behalf of Brownwood Gas & Electric plant submitted a proposition for lighting the streets of the city of Brownwood. The same was rece...

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

f wWfffiffly i DAY NOT 3 l T 0a. .as&i : OF MIRACLES 3& l I V T If A ma i: i 1 i Hi I ft r . 1 v I I I I I I P I II I I 1 I I I I I I I I I I Tiie iiiurvclou work o sevn daily in Broun u ool. the World (wreakM Healer iiifinll niaiient cure. The Palsied ami The pain aiagic Paralytic and sing hi maie. foiieli effect The old saying ':That a Prophet is never without honor save in his own country" does not hold good in the r-ase 61 Prof (Earner the Worlds Greatest Mag- netic Healer. A reputation for marvelous cures had proceeded him and his advent here sixtron months ago was awaited by hundreds if suffering humanity who heseiged his office and found the relief they had sought in vain for years. There lined up waiting their turn were the old and young. The palsied and paraljti Those who had been in :th&-grao of so called incurable diseases of every description were given immediate relief and in many instances a permanent c ure was effected in two ..r three treatments. Prof (ia...

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

I 7 Free Every man woman or child who comes to this BANK is treated courteously and his or hr business is attended to to the best of our ability. We want your business because we know we can serve you well and to our mutual advantage. If you transact vour business here you are sured of the friendly interest of our bank and its officers. Our Customers Have Our First Consideration. Safety Lock Boxes For Your Valuable Papers. The Citizens National Bank of Tlie ame I ii Brownwood I I I CENTRAL TEXAS FAIR OPENED YESTERDAY Governor Campbell Touches Button That Sets in Motion Grea Festivities of the Week. HEAR ADDRESS AND APPLAUD LUSTILY Thousands in Attendance on Opening Day and Success of Undertaking is Assured The Governors Talk Racing Program and Special Features Furnish Entertainment. CROWDS Dr. m F. BOCrART PHYSICIAN and SURGEON 5 and 6 BULLETIN BLDC. Specialities Diseases cf Women and Children and Chronic troubles of both sexes. Hours 10 to 12 am. 3 to 5 p. m. Yesterday marked an ep...

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

I capital and Surplus $200000.00 HARVEST TIJIE. r The earning period of a man's life is his season of plenty- his harvest time. It is then if ever that he must lay by stores for life's winter. You what are you doing with the proceeds of your harvest? Do you waste it all or are you wisely saving a part? These are pertinent questions--not impertinent. Let us help you to save. Make this bank your "granary" and keep safe the golden results of your industry. We furnish safety lock boxes to our customers free of charge. The Brown wood National Bank T. C YANTIS President J. C. WEAKLEY 1st Vice Pres J. A. WALKER 2nd Vice Pres. MILLAFD HOMINES Cashier WM. B CRfOSS Asst. Cashier A. P. FORD Asst. Cashier. A Very Useful Article Sold at The j & 10 Cent Store" is a nice article of TOILET SOAP. We have the following brands: - 5c lc le 5c "c The Midget tor Hote la 2 akes Transparent Glycerine Trollis Violet pe fumed Rose Buttermilk Crown Castile Geranium Glycerine 3 cwkes Yo San violet " Scotch...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 6 November 1907

I ur Presidents. I Bump Together and Aeronauts Swing Far Into Space I What $1.0010 feuy I I1 an a. i v " T I Tilt : BK Bti saXflftBaLi' JSbBUl' aHtkulBa ' Lbd 4mT Make PVeUy'DeaeVaA in ' i Large Parachute. The balloon races lace yestr- day afternoon at the fairgrounds ! was witnessed by thousands of; 52!" mlfdtllere Balloons Were sfarte aaKBBBBBBi w- "'a' -kF ! 'I a center of wit no the race track ut a ureaun or air sum The city In Wv and ! U sm 1 ant rolm o! the miiu-fl-Mi'fc year as m ratirtuuan In t7W we5t. In riiiiiniiiiiniiiMi iiiiiiiihiiiiiiiu.viiii-iii ork fr mavmr m ISKtl Ii.N In- hft':imi l!clll(ii- Uf SfdbiiishMMi Rucceedmt; to tat mber of tli; t vf.tr. ME:'' fer offlcv at l'.iU'fiu In 1H04. ! MM -JMf WW ll'i president :tj tti tlior of mum Ixn.ks U - srr 3 Most People Want ir.-u.'-Mi good horse and a neat . clean easy-riding buggy when they go driving. They want tfvb ' Sesf - - i thev shot high into tne neaven abtt-the crowd? thn drifted 'towards 4fce "WtHUimKtt Aftr Eight...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 6 November 1907

1 l -1- .J3 it x ftf t 3 t 1 CopyrWitTrt7 t Kawrnhnmn That Combine Quality. Workmanship and Style It Price. T ' rf 31: Q I ! )! I f Clothes by putting fortix.eve: X eort to.. secure the best the market affords. W : want to meet your demands ani to do so we ha e given much time to invesrtriktfflf itiSttJytfgt&i merits rfa41 the dif ferent lines OTGBfcwthar have reputation fxx .-F - quality. We haven't chosen the tn mates' profit.- nc I. ine :vjji r; ji mvb: that will ytdd us ue that will sell at the : -T- -s lowest pntt but we Have selected Glomes that we feiiLiMHBUHtBfact ion. ipr ycjpIC-oths fiae by um The Hohm of KiipiK iilu imrr b-ne the greatest tolaf of rj6g'fcdrflts. rm car . ' - - . . . 1 II tl l ar- I . -111.1 Prices jutoo isy.TOO. CRS DRV GOODS C0 in i it ' i b Ik.' i ov ..r 9 I . . : j I HJO I I I I I I I I lt M f ft fcM "f f 17: -m.: L I rirf I Mag- nolia Ice Cream ! in a C Is- b Itwlr That rich and velvety ' taste iq 'odjv foanp' in 4Wv rV--trc- ! - parel to s-r e vo...

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

Catch Cold During this wet spell we can supply you with a remedy that will cure it in a day or less time We don't claim to be doctors but we know what will cure a cold and you will have to admit that there is nothing more disagreea ble than a bad cold. We do a big prescription business and will be pleased to have your trade in this line. J. F. Renfro The Druggist. If your eyes trouble you see Dr. Winters'over Brooke Smith Bank John Wylie of Coleman was spending the day here yesterday. " For Raimers chocolates the finest made goto the Brown wood Bakery. Editor C. C. Stewart of the Pecan Valley News has returned from a business trip to Fort Worth and Dallas. Let all the farmers hring vege- tables or the Rummage Sale out to the fair grounds. d-tf Miss Minnie Vick of Coleman is in the city the guest of Miss Faye Bonds during the fair. Plenty of good seats for Vic- tor's Band at Armstrong's. Lacy Way Jack Hardy and Eugene Vandergrift of Fort Worth are in the city and will remain during t...

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

FIRE NSURANCE E. B. Henley Co. CITY PROPERTY h. B. Henley & Co. NO. 334 BROWNWOOD. TEXAS. MONDAY. NOV. II 1907. VOL. 7 DAILY BULLETIN n eQUinUf IQ PolllNfilOIol: UllUII IU I nuLIIIU U M Krinkledown For Women It it an ine.penive luxury. For Children Almost a necessity. Krinkledown I. a new cloth that is already opnlar and is gom to J aXall It s an improved lieamiful. subl.mated Eiderdown cloth .U. a i the softness and merit of Eiderdow n and a beauty that is all its own. It's to be used wherever you have used Eiderdown tor Kimonas Negligee Sacques Bath Robes Baby Coats Blankets Etc. We don't believe one- you have nsed KNLEDOWN that you will ever care for the old style Eiderdown cloths any more Kr ink e down is warm a. wool light as down .oft a fur and pnrtty e n aa nrettv as Krinkledown there is nothing in text lie. to comp ire m w.th UloVk. Ukesoft fluffy cluth composed of altern.te bands of Telvet and Astrikan. Tomes in Fink White. Blue and Red 36 Inches Wide. We are making a s...

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

Mag- nolia Ice Cream Is in a Class by Itself That rich and velvety taste .' in oulv found m Magnolia Iream. v -r : V you lce cream i any form. Phone us. Camp-Bell Drug Co When You Telephone Speak in a ery low voice. There is no necessity for putting one's mouth close to the re- ceiver nor shouting as if hallow- ing out of the second story win- dow. If you hallo at the top ot your voice you might secure the same results by putting your head out of the window and speaking in your telephone voice. Why not try whispering your message? A whisper carries perfectly through the telephone and has no echo. Realize that the telephone is a substitute for shouting instead of an acces- sory and you will learn to speak as gently as a cooing dove. . Novices at the telephone often have a hurried feeling and are inclined to omit expres- sions of courtesy just as one cuts out all unnecessary words in a telegram. It is a serious mis- take to feel that the telephone is for business only and bad form to ...

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

Free Safety Lock Boxes For Your Valuable Papers. Every man woman or child who comes to this BANK is treated courteously and his or her business is atte 0 o a- We want your business because we know we can serve you well and to our mutual advantage. If you transact vou sured of the friendly interest of our bank and its officers. Our Customers Have Our First Consideration. TIa Citizens National Bank of Brownwood 'M.I GOT HIS REWARD. The Duke the Cow Driver and a Miss- ing Sovereign. The father of the present Duke of Bnodeuch was not averse t i joke a regarded hi identitv. a ! an amaaina; anecdote with a -.nn. what serjoua ending is told . j him. His grace purchase) h from a farmer near Dalkeith' gave order- it should Im -en; the following morning. Accord ly the cow was -cut. and the who a- v. ; I k i itr in the avenue. v; pied a smali tx who was i ; : : i t : ing ineffectii.'ilv to drive the u mal. The boy not knowing ; duke cried out : "Hi nion come here ah gi" u i han' wi' this bead ...

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

I I "I ii Union There is Strength" BAPTIST REVIVAL Pastor Preaches an Able Sermon on Sunday- EVANGELIST GRAVETT COMING Stone That Are Sometime in tbe Way of Grant Reriral Meeting-Let Them Be Removed. Dr. Joshua Gravett of Denver. Col. will arrive tomorrow. The patsorwill conduct the services until he comes. The sermon to- night will be to the young men. The subject is "In Shackles of Brass." Every young man is cordially invited to come. Yesterday's services were well attended. The morning sermon was from the text "Take ye away the stone" a passage in the story of Jesus raising Lazarus from the dead. The pastor said in part "Jesus stood weeping ;k tho distressed sister? be WV 1 W wuv w -w- side Lazarus' tomb. So he I stands in our midst today in sDirit. He had all power to raise the dead. His humility and divinity are strikingly portrayed in this incident. He is intense- ly human he weeps; he is really divine he raises the dead. Jesus could have caused the stone laid agairst the tomb...

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

OVERCOATS. Never before was such a standard grade of Clothing as the Alco System ever iplaced on the market at such a ridiculous low price. You wont find a larger or better selected stock to select from in larger cities Biggest reduction ever made in Brownwood CLOTHING AH $25.00 Suits double or single Invested. J or fl button sit $19.75 AH POM Suits double or single brvasiod. 2 or :l buttons. ;it $15.85 All U) (Hi Suiis. double r smir!.- (wanted. 2 or a button ai $14.50 All $16.50 Suits. (ktuMe r tangle lreattel. 2 or ...... Imttons. .it $13.25 All 1$.00 Suits double or siugle lr. ;lsttMl. ;il $12.50 All $12.50 Suits doubts or Miitrl.- Iireasted. ;it $9.75 All 10.O0 Suits double or Magi breasted al $7.85 All 6L50 Suits double or nngfe breaated -it $6.65 V." h;iv oUe of (be largest stocks of Youths" and Boys' Clothing ever brought to Brownwood. n f th- very newest and most up-tb-ilate patterns. All $10.00 Youths Suits .on Rale at $7.85 All Youths" Suits on sale at $6.65 All $7.(M You...

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

II II were NO! SO You would have dmoov- ered ere this that our claims to having the puroht dnijis the mast skillful prescription clerks and the greatest variety of druggists sundries were untrue. Soar steadfast. alle- giance to us p roves your belief in our claims. But we do more than sell drugs we sell cigars too: not the cheap kind in quality but the quali- ty kind cheap catch? If it is a popular brand you will find it at Renfro's. If your eyes trouble you see Dr. Winters over Brooke bmith Bank For Raimers chocolates the finest made goto the Brown wood Bakery. Mr. Duran Perry of Stephen- ville is in the city for a few days. WY do not eharge you any extra for putting up the heattng stove we sell you. We have same oar pains at Lonncy's Hardware. For first class tailoring see H. G. Sharrenbeck at T. L. Craw- ford's Forest Adams left last night for San Angelo to resume his duties there. We do not charge you any extra for potting up the heating stove we sell you. We have some bar- cams...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 12 November 1907

DAILY BULLETIN. FIR.E NSUR.ANCL E. B. Henley 8L Co. SROWNWOOD. TEXAS. TUESDAY. NOV. 12 l07 & co. BROKEN LINES! That is What Has Happened in Our Clothing Dept. We have made a thorough look through our immense stock of Clothing and find several suits that we have not a com- plete line of. say from two to three of one kind. This is called "broken lines." We have gotten all of these broken lines together which makes quite a complete line of sizes. The line consists of assorted styles in single and double breasted. Not a suit in this line retailed for less than $12.50. and you will find as many suits in the lot for: $15-00 $16-50 AND $! 8.00. Come and look through these goods values; try on a suit look at the material workmanship and perfect fit. 10.00 Boys Any Suit in the Lot. See Window Display. J. W. JENIGS Successor to Mistrot Bros. & Co. A CLEARING H0l)SE!?!"oooM Wfi Organized by the Local Bankers for the Handling of Cotton. . . K CERTIFICATES WILL If ISSUE! ! Redeemable in ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 12 November 1907

Mag- nolia Ice Cream m Is in a Clans by Itswlf Th-iT rich anil vclvetv taste "tt is inlv found ' "' Magnolia 2 Cream. s rp e are pre- - - id i i anv form Phoce us. Camp-Bell Drug Co SHORT OF MONEY State Treasury Suspends Cash Payments for a Few Days. HAVE LOTS OF EXCHANGE The Bank Depositories are Remitting Drafts But Actual Money is Not Moving for the Present. Austin. Texas. Nov. 11 -TIm stnte treasury ill pel lltsi ill was foreed to suspend cash payments today as all of its available rash 1 1 us bin exhausted. The department has $1504637 in the state depositories f whieh r0).(NK) belongs to the general revenue. None of this can he r. alized in cash at this time. The ltnks ean send in exchange cov- ering amounts demanded by Treasurer Sparks but they can DOt send in cash. The state is amply protected so far as security sfues. as government county and eity bonds to the amount of 500000 are behind these deposits and all the bonds arc worth more than par. In addition to this the state ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 12 November 1907

"In Union I mn h-m-t! 1 1 H M M 1 1 1 1 T i General News It is learned that a statue of Gen. Lew Wallace author of the book Ben-Hur is to be placed ti the Hall of Fame at Washing- ton. Mme. Anna Gould authorized tbe Associated Press to deny the reports that she is engaged to be married to Prince Helio Die Sagan or to anyone else. The proclamation admitting ;lahoma to the family of the ites will be issued on Satur- iy oy rresiaent Kooseveit. e new state will be the forty- Mi in the American common- talth. Three million dollars in gold wis carried through the streets of Chicago in four wagons -and girded by a force of fifty men. U gold was transferred from the. sub-treasury to the First Ntfional bank. m extra session of the Louis- iana Assembly the appointment of t commission to investigate charges at New Orleans in kection with the recent strike port com 1 Shapes I panans I Shoes - she 1 I ni three new I nmn- no" solmake. These I are! all splendid I wiler shoes and at I ked I l7 " MM...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 12 November 1907

CLOTHING AND OVERCOATS. CITY PR " rvley Never before was such a standard grade of Clothing as the Alco System ever placed on the market at such a ridiculous low price. You wont find a larger or better selected stock to select from in larger cities. Biggest reduction ever made in Brownwood. Men and Boy's Suits. All Suits. double or single breaatfd - or button. ;il All l&fcOO Suits. doube or single breasted i! or :t button at All 18.00 Suits double tingle breasted or buttons at All ft(L$0 Suits double r siujrle breasted. 2 or ....... buttons. at All 1&00 Suits double or single breasted .it All $12.50 Suits. double r single breasted af All Suits. double r tingle' breasted at All $8.50 Suits double single breasted at We have one of the largest stocks of V out lis Hoys' Clothing ever ItfOUght to Uniwnwo..!. all very newest and most up-to-date patterns. All $10.00 Youths Suits .oil Kale at All 850 Youths' Suits on sale at All f-7.H Youths' suits. .n sale at All $5 Youths' Sil ts o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 12 November 1907

sr. You would have discov- ered ere this that our claims to having the purest drug the most s k i 1 1 f u 1 prescription clerks and the greatest variety of druggists sundries were untrue. Your steadfast alle- giance to us proves your belief in our chums. Hut we do more than sell drugs we sell cigars too: not the cheap kind in quality lut the quali- ty kind cheap- catchy If it is a popular brand you will rind it at Renfro's. If your eyes trouble you see Dr. Winters over Brooke Smith Bank For Raimers chocolates the finest made goto the Brown wood Bakery. J. II. (irant wtnt to Eldttflagef this morning on a brief bmtinai trip. We do not charge you any extra for putting up the heating stove we sell you. We have some bar- gains at Looney 's Hardware For first dM tailoring see H. G. Sharrenbeck at T. L. Craw- ford's Jno. ( and wife will leave to- night for Sun Antonio to visit the fair. We do not charge you any extra for potting up the heaUug store we sell you. We have tome liar- gains at ...

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