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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 23 May 1904

nnt?TV Devoted to the Entertainment and Helpfulness of Brown- wood Women and Their Friends. Edited by MISS BESS Miss Nell Butler is visiting jIrs. Percy Scott. Mr. and Mrs. Bradford .spent Saturday in. Elk ins. " Mrs. Hooker of Richmond is on a visit to her sister Mrs. BaBS. V Miss Mary Grow of Comanche is the guest of the Misses MoClel- land. Miss Lottie Kirkpatriok of San. ia Anna is visiting at the hall of JDaniel Baker. J. C. Roseborough came in from Cross Plains to spend Sun- day in Brownwood. Miss Clara Harward is at home for the summer. She has Just closed her sohool at Turkey Peak. Rev. Robertson returned today from Corpus Christi where he has been in the interest of the college. Miss Alva Wilson was called home from Baylor to the bedside UL iier ill cue .nine auuiu uxuiiu- ton who is very ill. sit a Miss Sallie Armstrong Comanche spent Sunday of in town the guest of her sister Miss Margaret Armstrong. 9 Rev. "Williams of Stephenville who preached the commencement sermon of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 23 May 1904

Another Shipment of GENUINE PANAMA HATS today- beauties large full shapes regular sizes. This special lot at one- price S5. New shape in Hawes S3 Hats. Hanans Shoes for high Sunday; Thompsons for your nextbe3t Patent Kids or Patent Colt . leather. Hanans at So Thompsons at S4. HOWARD (EL GILLIAM BROS. 8R0WKWO0D LODGE DIRECTORY. Notices under this heading will be -pnhlished at $io per year. Orders car- tying these standing notices will not be charged for notices of extra and called meetings. Others will be charged regu- ar advertising rates. w. O. W. . iPecan Valley Camp No. 45 meets inMaccabee Hall the first and third Thursday nights in each month. Geo. "Walters Coun.Corn. A. E. Wilson aerk. Railroad Time Table. SAKTA FE 78 East-bound leaves at 7:35 a. in. 75 Arrives From the East 9:30 p. hi. THROUGH TRAIXSj 7S East-bound arrives. ... 7:15 p. in. Departs 7:35 p. m 7T. West-bound arrives 9:30 a. m. .Departs FRISCO. lSqrb.-:bound leaves.... South-bound arrives .9:45 a. m. ..5:30 a. ni...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 24 May 1904

.... - -'v; & -i - - - t. .v:5- VOL. 4. RROWNWOOD TEXAS TUESDAY MAY 24 -1904. NO. 187 3? 4! ml'i.tis - DAILY BULLETIN a ? J !t!!ttS!IMS'!!!!t!!!!tn!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!:;tS!???1 Ladie s LowCut Shoes $2.50 2.75 . These Shoes were made specially for Sam Brin and at other stores the same quality of Shoes sells regularly' for $300 and $3.50. Brin got a bargain in them and he proposes to share his good fortune with his customers. See our 30341 Ladies DongolaJ Oxford cuban heel something new and pretty for street wear this slipper is well worth 3.25 our price 2.15. Our 39336 Ladies Dongola Ox- ford medium cuban heel welt sole something fine for a walking shoe we sell for only 2.50. See our 30337 Oxford as soft and fine as a kid glove something very genteel for only 2.50. See our 30334 Ladie3 fancy tie with dull kid top and patentvamp a very pretty shoe for dress wear only S2.50. Our 30335 Ladies Oxford with dull kid tops fine finished kid vamp patent tip and military heel very soft and pr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 24 May 1904

THE DAILY BULLETIN. MAYES PR.INTINGICO. Proprietors. Entered at the Brownwood Posfcoffice as second class mail matter. WILL H. MAYES Editor. CYRUS A. TUKHELLf City Editor HERVEY F. MAYES Manager. THOS. A. DUDGEON Circulation Manager. THE NEGRO QUESTION. The South is being fearfully worked up over the increase in the number of assaults by negroes upon white women. In my opinion the only white fr-oman or girl who is absolutely safe from these lech- erous beasts are those who never expose themselves to an attaok. There is nothing that encourages a negro to commit such outrages so much as to be permitted to assooiate with white men and women and fancy that he is as good as they. Say what you please but this is a fact and any sensible man will admit it. I never see a decent woman riding along the street in a vebiole side by side with some big black coon for driver but what it arouses my most vigorous men- tal protests. Tnere are plenty of good honest white men in the South to sit side by...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 24 May 1904

r If You Are Married To any other make of Shoes than the kind handled By ROGERS IRY GOODS CO. we can prove to" you that you have the most excellent grounds for divoce. We'll gladly submit the evidence in the case or show you if you will come to our store i The Shoes Rogers Sells or i r i i h ' ROOBRS DRY GOODS COMPANY. J SOCIETY and Devoted to the Entertainment and Helpfulness of Brown- wood Women and Their Friends. Edited by MISS BESS Kev. Chandler of Corpus Christi is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Austin. ' Mrs. W. B. Turner of San An- gelo "is here on a visit to her par- ents Mr. and Mrs. Hart. ' The Twentieth Century Club holds its .regular meeting this afternoon with Mrs. Shepard as hostess. . -. The Bachelor Maids have a call meeting this afternoon at sis o'clock witn Miss Yrma Louise Cleveland. "A Sight Off" will be re- hearsed tonight at Mrs. Erin's All who take part in the play are urged to be present. ' The Hallelujah Chorus by Miss- es Howard McCellland Hallum and Scott...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 24 May 1904

A Special Sale Of Boys good clothing suits and odd . pants from sizes 4 years up to Men's sizes. Woolen fabrics at less price than you have ever seen them. Tub trousers for small boys white ducks and blues. "We are ready to show you. Shoes Hanan's first Tompson's next. HOWARD GILLIAM BROS. We sell goods worth the money oRCWWOOD LODGE DIRECTORY. Notices under this heading will be published at $10 per year. Orders car- rying these standing notices will not be charged for notices of extra and called meetings. Others will be charged regu- ar advertising rates. DR. W. . ANDERSON Practice limited to diseases ot the Eye Ear Nose and Throat. State Comptroller Stephens Ilfre.' Hon. J. W. Stephens of Austin. State Comptroller is in the city today in thB interest of his can li- daoy for re-election to that posi- tion to whioh he was appointed by Gov. Lanbain at the death of R. M. liove- Mr. Stephens favor- ed the Bulletin with a pleasant oall and remarked that since his last visit here Brownwo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 25 May 1904

Y DAILY BULLETIN " FROWNWOOD TEXAS WEDNESDAY MAY 25. 1904. NO. 188 - S i f ft If $2.50 2.73 Is TKe Price Ut fnt Sam "RWn and at other stores the same quality of Shoes sells regularly for $3.00 and $3.50. Brin got a bargain in them and he proposes to share his good fortune with his customers See our 30341 Ladies Dongola Oxford cuban heel something new and pretty for street wear this slipper is well worth 3.25 our price 2.75. Our 39336 Ladies Dongola Ox- ford medium cuban heel welt sole somettrjig fine for walking shoe we sell for only 2.50. hott See bur 30337 Oxford as and fine as a kid glove something very genteel for only "2.50. See our 30334 Ladies fancy tie with dull kid top and patent vamp a very pretty shoe for dress wear only S2.50. Our 30335 Ladies Oxford with dull kid. "tops fine finished kid vamp patent tip and military heel very soft and prett for only 2.50. Our 30338 Ladies Oxford with patent tip and french heel vefry soft and suitable for dress wear for only S2.50 Our 30...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 25 May 1904

This is Worth 25cts in Cash to IT. m 9 We have some line Leather Suit Cases and Traveling Trunks that we are anxious for you to get hence the ex- ceedingly low prices on them. Don't forget to bring this ad with you and get 25c in cash with every purchase to the amount of $ 100 In fact we have a full stock of J Bleached and Unbleached Domestics Percales Ginghams Dress Goods White Lawns Table Lin;ns Towels Crash- es of all kinds Laces Em- broiderys Hosiery Clothing Shoes Hats Shirts Furnish- ing Goods and Notions of all kinds. Not the biggest but the best and cheapest Mir. Tunnel! claims the Daily Bulletin to be a good ad- vertising medium test the value of an ad. in his paper we are going to give every customer who brings this ad. to ou store 25c in Cash With ch purchase of $1 .00 Our prices remain the same The Lowest in Brownwood. Ladies are especially invited to come and inspect bur lines of Embroidery Laces and Dress Goods. You'll find the price right. We sell Brown Shoe Go's Shoe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 25 May 1904

IN Vol. Constantly in Repair Am4Jt will be Long Time Btftn Yam Nd New Qmcs ISPreparecl Paint Rtpairs All Bad Appearances AND IS Etdy Usefil BcMey Practlol Tf Eeutlfii Kiai xbt KAOCt BITB AND SIXTY UXm iWBADSS John B. Robinson. CONTENTION. Mrs. Henry Owen is slowly im proving. Mr. Will Cason of Live Oak was here at church last Satuaday night. There were several visitors at- Crockett County Cattle for Cuba. . We have been informed that John Devin of Cuba has pur- chased 300 head of choice heifer yearlings from A. F. Crowley of the Hat ranch and will ship them to the island for breeding pur- poses. They will be driven to San Angelo hauled over the San- ta Fe to Galveston and there be loaded on a steamer for their final destination. It will oost about $7 a head to transport them from the ranch on Live Oak to Cuba. Mr. Devin bought 700 head of oattle from Crowley Bros in Jan- uary 1902 and shipped them to his ranch in Cnba. He told this writer at that time that in his es- timation Cuba w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 25 May 1904

f 4 s Special Good Numbers White Goods India Linens at 8 to 10 and 12c worth 20 per cent more monej Striped White Goods Lace and Leno pat- terns at 10c worth double. Extra special offering's in wide French Lawns and Paris Mouselmes a complete line at a saving-. HOWARD -Hanan Shoes High up." Thompson's Next." ' V- BjSjjOTOOl). LODGE DIRECTORY. Sfotices under this heading" will be oniflished at $io per year. Orders car- i yjg these standing notices will not be ctv&ed for notices of extra and called meetings. Others will be charged regu- ar'aavertising rates." w. o. w. jPecan Valley Camp No. 45 meets ihMaccabee Hall the first and third Thursday nights in each month. Geo. Walters Coun.Com. A. E. Whson Clerk. Railroad Time Table. 4 . SANTA FE 76 JSast-bound leaves at 7:35 a. m. 75 Arrives From the East 9:30 p. m. - THROUGH TRAINS; ('SEast-bontrd arrives 7:15 p. m. Departs ;7:85p. m 77 IVest-bound arrives 9:30 a. m. Departs...?-. 9:45 a.m. FRISCO. North-bound leaves 5:30 a. m. Sorith-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 27 May 1904

--- 'V. BULLETIN. VOL.4; RROWNWOOD TEXAS FRIDAY MAY 27. 1904. NO. 190 - . . . . Iff PIAJB? BOTS PLAINLY TOLD. We come before you every day in the week every week in the monthr every month in the year offering reliable goods at absolutely the lowest prioes it is possible to sell honest merchandise. We have no baits we have one price to all no favorites goods marked in plain figures and. our guarantee baok of every transaction made. Why should you trade elsewhere when we furnish you the same goods or better at a saving of 25 to 33 1-3 per cent? Our store is loaded with seasonable high grade Clothing Dress Goods Ladies and -Gent's Furnishings. We want to trade our goods for your dollars and we offer the following inducements. What more do you want? m For Friday and Saturday only we will sell 1000 yards fine- white Dimity in snort length for only 8 cents Why go elsewhere and pay double the price? 800 yards Llano striped Dimity m short lengths good width. Why will yon pay 20 cents per ya...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 27 May 1904

THE DAIL pPLtpTI MAYES PRirrnNG CO. Proprietors. t 4 Entered at the Brbwnwood Postoffice as second class gaail matter WILL H. MAYES Editor. CYRUS A. TUSTNELL City Editor HERVEY F. MAYES Manager. THOS. A. DUDGEON Circulation Manager. CHURCH CONSOLIDATION. The action of the Qumberland Presbyterian Assembly in voting for consolidation with the Presbyterian churoh of the United States iB;bnt the beginning of a general "movement for onurch oonsdlida--tiolf. These two chnrohes have found -that there is but little differ- enBfebetween them and those members who can not give up those differences will likely cast their lots with some other churoh nearest tottielr liking. As soon as' the negro question can to eliminated afeiactoriily all the Presbyterian ofrorohes of the country will like- ly together and this' will be followed by a reunion of all the ohu$hes whioh divided before the civil war. Then in course of timer as denominational prejudices give way to the feeling that gmVfl differences...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 27 May 1904

1 4 i i Ilffii Grand Slaughter Sale j of Dry Gocte:'Vk&':& Shoes m Mistrot Bros. & Co. Up this Sale. Woiir last fiance! our m I I 1 Only a Few More Day M Wind UJumej man iwer ueiore. - - . U0 a.Wf Mnnp.55avnor Vifffes "tnlHc erooomfcal buyers in Clothing. Shoes. and Men's Fur- nishtagGobasTCbuer Sale marfced down prices throughout our entire stock for your Wction. an owtortunrty to save money on your purchrses whde this sae continues If ifs f Suit of dollies you want it will pay you to Iook'through our ftocfc Wrean f VM3jfa A ShV' Trl "?g ill JLnAtA-mJ. 4.. ris fever made. Men's Suits-in Cheidts aiid 'Worsteds C. & B. fine makes of Clothing made to fit slim r- f "r.Z-rtl -"-T' T- V-V-Vt.i . tr-ff A. iur.sini1-nh S&HWmffiSn.-ffl. WW fine S12-.50 -Suits now S.50t Men's -fine Geatsr Finishing Goods. ill If I Men's Undershirts Fancy Balbriggans 25c Shirts at 18c ; Men's 38c Fine Balbriggan Shirts at 25c; Men's 50c Balbriggan Shirts 38c each. Men's Elastic Seam Too Dr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 27 May 1904

MEN-S SHIRTS AND Very large complete lines to . aeleot from. Makes-of the best in their grade. Garments large and well made. s We are very- good indeed in these lines your insDeotion is r--r-. 60c upward. upward. i HOWARD Hanan Shoes High up." Thompson's Next." .e BR0WW00D LODGE DIRECTORY. Notices under this heading1 will be published at $io per year. Orders car- rying these standing notices will not be charged for notices of extra and called meetings. Others will be charged regu- ar advertising rates. w. o. w. Pecan Valley Camp No. 45 meets in Maccabee Hall the first and third Thursday nights in each month. Geo. "Walters Conn. Com. A. E. Wilson Clerk. Railroad Time Table. SANTA FE 76 East-bound leaves at 7:35 a. m. 75 Arrives From the East 9:30 p. m. THROUGH TRAINS TSj East-bound arrives. ....7:15 p. m. Departs 7:85 p. m 77 West-bound arrives 9:30 a. in. Departs 9:45 a. m. FRISCO. North-bound leaves ..5:30a. m. Sotith-bound arrives 6:i0 a. m. South-bound leaves forBrady 8:30 a. m. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 16 January 1907

f- V" V- PUBMC STORAGE BULLETIN. Drink SECURITY BRAND JAVA sxnd MOCHA COFFEE. Packed by ;house E-dRSenley & Co. s IMPORTERS COFFEE CO. 'p"lioue 2. New Orleans CHAS. G1DDENS bxcliiaive L.ocal Aent T7 OL. 7. BROW NWOOD. TEXAS WEDNESDAY JAN. 16 107. NO. 79 Throngs of Eager Buyers DAILY Crowded our store this morning when we opened our wonderful'Embroidery Sale They came they saw and were conquered. We promised in our New Year Ad that while we did mighty well by our custome: N in J 906 we would endeavor to do still better in 1907. We intend that 1907 shall be a banner year for us and from time to time I am going to spring a few surprises on the buying public of this county isi the shape of some of the greatest bargains ever offered in strictly dependable merchandise. Incidentally we wish to state that an early call will be of benefit to you in this sale as it will give you a wider selection of the choicest patterns. Sam Brin The One Price Man WHO SELLS f OR LESS IC OZ January Our Cl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 16 January 1907

N J1 The Daily Bolletin. MAYES PRINTINGICO.. Prows. - .Entered at the Brownwood Postoffice as V Second-Clasa Mail Matter. Tttur. H. Mayes Managing li-Htor H. F. LayES Business .lanajrer. C A. TONNEM. City Editor. A. H. ChaPIN Advertising Mgr. W. R. DULA Foreman Mech. Dept. E C. Skitz Daily Circnlator. gabscription per Month .50c ;SANTA FE WILDCATTING. 'R.Hrnad Company Boring for Oil in West Texas. Temple Texas Jan. 15. Re- . ports from San Angelo publish lie fact that the Santa re rau- - -way has a well boring rig with ligh derrick etc. costing many ihousands of dollars located at or near Miles 200 miles west of Temple and a few miles east of San Angelo and the people in that locality have figured out that the company is boring for oil in the Miles locality. It is .stated further that much excite- ment prevails in the locality and that land values have gone upward as a result of the prevail- '. ing belief that the railway com- pany is prospecting for oil in the Concho county. The re...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 16 January 1907

j Oriy Purest Drugs Ax Poor o- a .v. ty c?r.i- npnnip. thev cAii't afford to experiment. Jjj 5L nnnp Von insiv safelv entrust your raor o"euiiiKa ""' " " - - . - . - a .--. jt: . .. i.-n0nC( nathi-.n- iiutxne oest mat muut- x S?Suy W ema a are proud of ?he refutation we have for dispensing pure drugs. We employ two reared Pharmacists who know the business therefore insuring the beet results. Let us fill your prescriptions. Shropshire Drug Co. I ' " "On The Square." t HOTEL PROPOSITION m jtionis becoming noted iui iu. I fanning developments and this land will be in immediate de- mand. E. B. Henley of the firm of E. B. Henley & Co. was seen about it today and said: "Yes it is a fact. Mr. H. B. Harde- man is nov dividing me umu 1 into farm tracts and we will soon n. :. - p:k;j;m of Comnany Be- be ready to announce the sale Considered by Business Men Meeting Yesterday. WANT HONORED ROOM HOUSE ing Organized for that Purpose In the Near Future. There was a meeting of a num- ber of bus...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 16 January 1907

7Vront Last Lon One lot of Men's Fine Clothing;. : -. SS2"S! nn an t( i t. ... : -20.00 15 ou One ot Men's Overcoats . s90 00 S16 00 :: :: :: :: i&oo-15.00 18.00- 14.50 ;;:..v.v...... 16 50- 12.50 :.:::-.::--f. ; 15.00- 1050 12 50 8 50 ...v 1000- .7 50 - ' ........ 5.00 3 50 Mr:"V.' -"::..'.".-;- '4 00 3 00 ' 3.50- 2 50- v 3 00 2 00 . 2 50- 1.75 2.00- 125 1 50 1.00 15.00 12.00 12 50 10 00 20 00 15 50 18.00 13 75 16.50 12 50 12.50 10.00 ' 1 f- " Raincoats. ( Boy's it Every garment is guaranteed No goods charged at these prices. I 4 riney i .. i LOONEY MERCANTILE The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors. Entered at the Brownwood Postoffice as Second-Class Mail Matter. " . rOc Subscription Per Month WILL H. MAYES Managing Editor a F; MAYES Business Manager. C. A. TUNNELL City Editor TA-4H.iC2HAPIN. Advertising Mgr. E. C. SEITZ Daily Circulator .. . V. R. DULA Foreman Mech. Dept. - SOME BACK TALK. Keep up the fact Drv talk until something comes of it some-. Tthing tangi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 16 January 1907

1 DIREC TORS: T. C. YANTIS President J C. WEAKLEY 1st Vice Pres. LA. WALKER 2nd Vice Pres. .MILLARD ROMINES Cashier WM. B. CROSS Asst. Cashier G. N. HARRISON H. T WILLIAMS. to tui-n Over a nev leaf to break off extravagant habits and beixin to save money is sue aibu ui a aew year vvnue tne present prosperous times make it an easv matter to earn monev history teils us that some day a change may come and it is best to be prepared for hard times: '. . ' " - A few dollars saved each week or month and deposited in bank will accumulate in a most surprising manner and will soon place one in an in- dependent position. ' ' . Bedn today to curtail the careless spending of y earnings. Lay oy a little as you go. along and make 1907 a year to be remembered as the starting point of your fortune. We will help you by guarding your sayings carefully .and protecting you from loss. ... We have a large double compartment burglar proof safe with time lock situated in a burglar proof chrome steel vault w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 16 January 1907

HUNTING A GHOST. There is a haunted house at Yin- cennes where the usual mysterious -poises of ghostly visitants are heard phis particular building is one of those of the French department of war. The victims of the ghost are a worthy couple named Galichet Hie good man being one of the keep- ers of the wood. A week ago he and his wife M'ere awakened Ly loud rap- apings on the partition Avail. Gali- chet sprang out of bed and went into the adjoining room but no creature in mortal guise could he discover. The phenomenon has been repeated each night since. It al- ways occurs at 4 o'clock. Friends and neighbors have watched with Galichet but the spirit rapper is still as intangible as ever. The whole neighborhood undertakes ghost hunts of an evening now. Even the military authorities are concerned to pierce the mystery and have ordered an inquiry. A ghost court martial would be new in mili- tary history. Hyena Hunting on Shipboard. -An exciting hvena hunt was awong the unadvertised attr...

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