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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 20 September 1894

-m sanQ prosperous ways and it is a very happy represent- tive of aiiappy people and most beautiful country. Sometime gam HE .bulletin will take an- vnuer peep at Voca. Here are rep- reaentative characters whose en- terpriseand courtesies are pleas- antly noticed. Dontfail to know tnese people. spiller 4 sox. This house does a general mer-' chandise for alaree territorV The . name of tbe firm is Donular with a large circle of customers and its eman whose name heads this homes of the Lone Star State. Ac- honor and stability. is recognized paragraph. J. R.- Spiller is a complished culture and warm by the best commercial circles 0f the land Mr T T Snillpr is tho srentlemanlv and Trho rQr of the business. His studious at- tention to the business of the asso. ciation has won an enviable sue- mi. The line of goods carried it this popular house is of varied cess bv cKaracter and most eminently suited to the tastes and wishes of a laree countrv trade. The line of hats and caDS. boots and sh...

Publication Title: Brownwood Bulletin
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 20 September 1894

pensively herding his fleecy flocks UB aa aeara the wild whoop of the wandering savage as it rang from crag to crag of the mountain passes and then again he has seen the beautiful land of his adoption pass from the thralldom of wildness to become the home of peaceful in- dustry. During all his years of sequestered life Mr. Mitchell has been a reader thinker and writer His valuable and interesting con contributions to the Galveston News have attracted state attention The venerable gentleman is not a politician in the modern sense ye watches with keen observation al movements on the political chess board. When interviewed by The Bulletin tourist he said: "I am a free wool sheep man and an abso lute free trader. Yes I have been a democrat and am now a popu list. Write it down." Mr. Mitch- ell was a leading participant in the proceedings of the great Galveston sheep convention in 1889. As guest he has been tendered the keys to the "Island City." Cer tainly this allusion to a noble gentl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 20 September 1894

1 iV Received Our New Stock MEN'S CLOTHING 'And Can Give Yovr WE ARE N ' A Nice Stock to Select From And at Prices to . Suit The Times. 1 peadqaattefs T- ! ' MEN'S CLOTHING tl 1 oooooooooooooooooooooooooo Brownwood Bullefciip. Entered at the postoffice at Brown- wood Tex. as second-class mail matter i Published Every Thursday by WILL. H. MAYES - Editor and Prop'r The Ashland district in Ken- tucky has redeemed its reputation by defeating V. C. P. Brecken- ridge for congress in the primaries. Well done Kentucky! Now that the committee has re- turned from California we may expect renewed interest in the ir. rigation matter and that there will be no let up until irrigation is an accomplished fact. Rev. Charles N. Baker the Christian preacher who so mys- teriously disappeared from Denton in the spring has been found at Sacramento. He had become tern- porarily insane and in some way worked his wav to California. The Boy's Burdens. A boy leaves home in the morn- ing burdened with more inj...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 20 September 1894

Song or Slgtil "When bright skies seem far away Smile and think December's May! Whea the show falls day and night Weave it into roses white! Never mind how dark the sky If you sing you'll never sigh! Old world as she rolls along Still makes music sings a song! Every bird on every tree v Makes some sort o' melody! dan't you sing or can't you try? If you sing you'll never sigh! Every wayside has a rose: Every storm a rainbow shows; "When you see the sun decline Gives the stars a chance to shine! See the sun the stars on high ' Siag your song and never sigh! F. L. S. in Atlanta Constitution. Mr. Tom Camp is now at work for Jack Porter. The cotton buyer's corner is now a center of attraction every day. Quite a number of new students entered Howard Payne college Monday. Dr. Beaumont and bis youngest daughter have returned from a month's visit to Coleman. Prof. Penick paid the town & visit this week arriving on the ."Santa Fe Tuesday night. Rev. A. F. Bowden the pastor will preach at ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 20 September 1894

TRINITY SUNDAY. 0& fer eae konrofAtha.na.se the eaiat! To ataad agalast a werld la error proa. JS"1 168 ot the t white x arose. To hearten doubting souls -who shrink and iaiat. As fesrlag to believe on One unknown! Is It sot writ that apt by bread aloas BnaU maa have life? Hit Inborn fatal taint neqaires each word proceeding from God's iips. newsttall God's. awful voice reach earthly cars now can the soars dull sense be stirred airesnr The Spirit's UshtdkselA the daw M.iin. The Father's speech oace more the lost child sears Translated to him by the Word made flesh. Jiev. VfaKer Mitchell la Churchman. IN THE DAYS OF TOM SAYERS. uiBeacfeere's Description of Scene at a Prise Ffeh't Thirty Tears Age Among my many sins I have attended a prise fight and for the oatsour of rank blasphemy and reckless black gmardka it raa aa execatioa at New A.'L TT w w pw or norsemonger .uane jail very close. The p&fce were dead against prise fights .which were ex era for-a gigaaticlormof extortion...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 20 September 1894

Timily Truths.. . Working without k plan is a waste of strength. A good mother is the best helper -it i . . vnnst Jias on earth. The start toward the devil al ways begins in short steps. Robbing God is the surest way you can steal from yourself. Only the wicked are trying to prove that the devil is a myth. There are some very good peo pie who love to tell bad news. A lie is the meanest thing the devil ever turned loose among men. Give the devil your eyes and he will soon have your hands and feet. It is much easier to be contented without wealth than it is with it. In the work of saving the world G5&!waifts the help of every Chris- tian. There is no better foundation upon which to build than Jesus Christ. It is better to run the shoes down at the heel than to be too lazy to walk. No man is good who has come to the conclusion that . he is good enough. The man who is not willing to do God's will has no right to ex- pect his help. The surest way to get a man to pay right is to first...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 20 September 1894

BMSUkfi JEWELERS BROWNWOOD TEXAS. Elgin and Waltham Watches In All Grades. Pine Tableware in the Best Qualities and Latest Patterns. -Fine Friendship Engagement and Wediiing Rings. l"TflE BEST GOODS RT PAIGES TO SUIT TtfE TIMES. Fine Repairing a Specialty and Call and Examine BROWNWOOD BULLETIN. J. W. McFARLAND DENTIST Office over 1st Nat. Bank Brownwoed The Santa Fe sold seven tickets to Galveston Saturday. Rev. W. M. Shelton went up to Santa Anna Saturday morning. Rev. J. G. Futman assisted in a meeting at Santa Anna last week. Miss Leonora Evans left Satur- day for Huntsville to enter school. Miss Iola Bryce left for Hunts- ville Saturday to enter the normal. Miss Virgie Smith left for a visit to friends at Ballinger Friday night. Miss Wolseley will be a student at Huntsville this year. She left Saturday. Geo. Gaskins and family spent Saturday and Sunday with friends at Zephyr. Hiram Thomas who is now a citizen ot Waco is here on a visit to his father's family. J. W. Beazley went...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 27 September 1894

I 11 i YPL. IX. BROWJSJ WOOD TEXAS. THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 27 1894. NO 48. COGGIN 5l GILJ-IH7VT 0 -I BROS We are showing the greatest line of NECKWEAR ... . We Have Ever Shown. The line consists of the New Club Four-in-Hands the small Tecks wide string ties and tliat have never been shown prior to this season. 1' miriy styles SEE THEM AM YOU BUY THEM. A man to be well-dressed must wear a neat Tie. Coggin & Gilliam Bros. N. B. Our line of Novelties in Men's Footwear will arrive this week. .Z-iILi GOODS -AT- A Gold Standard Value -OR- Sil ver at a Ratio of 1 6 to 1 . THEY MUST GO. Hard times high prices and big profits can't exist in this town because we have got the goods and make the prices that save the people money. HAVE YOU SEEN OUR NEW STOCK? It is a wonderfully complete assortment of high class goods OF Staple aipd paipcg Dfy Goods Notions Clothing Boots Shoes and Hats. Below W Give You R pew Prices Cotton Checks... . 3 cents per yard. . Best Sheeting 4 cents per yard. Wool Fla...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 27 September 1894

-finer is offering first-class market prices for cotton. Mr. Pliler has a happy home with a circle of ten children four dutiful boys and six bright girls. Mrs. Pliler nee Miss Anna E. Braddock is a native of Mississippi. Her accomplished character as a mother and wife has cast around the hearthstone of her home many happy charms whilst her social character is 'prized by all who know her. The coun- try of Zephyr is to be congratula- ted on the citizenship of such men as J. W. Pliler. The Bulletin is pleased to note that the business circles of not only Zephyr but tire world at large recognize that the growth of solid business worth is based upon the honest worth of such men. When you want bar- gains call on J. W. Pliler. REV. A. R. WATSON. It has been the pleasure of The Bulletin to find this most estima ble gentlemen classed among the worthy citizens of the Zephyr region. Mr. Watson as a native from the state Arkansas but has given the en ergy of his spiritual character to the upbui...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 27 September 1894

country. The junior or as his friends familiarly know him John- nie Roberts is one of the rising young business men of the country and state. The moment a customer enters this choice emporium he is attracted by the large and varied display of goods. The Btock is complete in all the lines of dry goods notions groceries hard- ware tinware wooden ware and school books with a complete line of choice stationery. In associa- tion with the house is a comDlete f line of fresh drugs with prescrip- t's carefully compounded. The Bulletin was surprised to find the handsome junior at work on a han- dy job press getting out a line of . envelopes dodgers statements and other printed matter for the use of the firm. This proves that Johnnie is a handy man as well as economical in habit. If solid enterprise combined with honora- ble dealing insures a fortune the firm of Abney & Roberts will win its way to golden success. If you want bargains don't fail to inter- view this Mullin firm. The Bul- le...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 27 September 1894

Received Our Jtf ew Stock MEN'S CLOTHING MEN'S CLOTHING ' Z 1 StT- i And Can Give "You A Nice Stock to Select From And at Prices to Suit Tht Times. qxoooooxxooooooooooooooo Have You Seen THE HRtfCOCK HOTRRV DISC PliOW? HurlbutH'dware Co. Agts Brownwood Bulletin. Entered at the postoffice at Brown- wood Tex. as second-clasa mail matter. Published Evkby Thursday by WILL H. MAYES - Editor and Prop'r Report of Gonpmittee on Irrigation. I - To trpe Farmers and Land Owners o! Brown C.ountg Interested jn I trpe District Proposed to be Irrigated. I We the committee appointed at a mass meeting held on the 18th day of August to visit California for the purpose of investigating irrigation left this place Septem- ber the 6th arriving in California on the night of September 9th and now beg leave to submit this the report of our investigations: We visited Los Angeles county and Bakers field in Kern county Cali- fornia and Phoenix in Maricopa county Arizona. Portions of Los Angelos county known as...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 27 September 1894

. acre per year. This committee taking into consideration that twenty-nine cubic inches is about the amount used on porous sandy soil in almost an arid region is of the opinion that one-half that quan- tity would be sufficient for the soil and climate of Brown county. The experience of those withVhom we conversed on this subject is that after a few year's constant irrigar tionmuch less water is needed. tWe were cited to an instance where water at a depth of sixty feet from the surface before irrigation can now be had at a depth of twelve feet. COST OF WATER. The right to use s much water generally one miner's inch to eight or ten acres is purchased this is called a water right and gives the owner a perpetual right to pur chase water from the company by whom the water right is issued.! Water rights go with the land and is considered good security for money loaned. The cost of a water right in Kern county is $10.00. per acre besides an annual water rent of $1.50 a year. TheHemmet Dam ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 27 September 1894

pfll$ COIiEJIflfl. ' TIpe Bulletirs touipd- lip of Coleman. tfome Again. 1 Special Correspondence. . .bulletin umce aep. iy4 Yes home againl Here's a bright and happy memory to the hun- dreds of good people whom bur wandering pencil nas "pictured" in San Saba McCullocb. Coleman and Brown. Thanks?! thanta! L " sunny smiles hearty handshakes and the beaming hospitality of the nomes wnere me caicn siring ai- i i xi a. i i i ways hung out to welcome The Bulletin on the wing. The turbid roaring trathing yet withal pict- uresque Colorado was crossed on the home trip at Waldrip. As you approach this crossing the dark waters look dangerous. The river was on a little high yet "Dick" true to tne nour lound a sale lord and planted Bulletin feet on the sacred soil of the county of Cole- man. It is not far above this ford where the Waldrip bridge will soon span the waters of the Colora- do. When this feat is accomplish - ed. the citv of Brownwood will reap an additional harvest from the rich tra...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 27 September 1894

Both colleges report new students coming every week. Mr. J. H. Hancock is attending the Belton fair this week. Dr. Griffin preached at the Bap tist church Sunday morning and night. Joe Kirksey returned Tuesday night from a two days trip to Gold thwaite.on business. The Bulletin is hustling to "get 2000 subscribers by January first and is making rapid progress. The ladies of the Methodist church will give their oyster sup per on Thursday October 11th. Messrs. S. R. Coggin and Henry Ford left yesterday for the west to to meet a herd of cattle from their ranche. Don't overlook The Bulletin's description of the two enterprising towns Zephyr and Mulhn begin ning on first page. W. H. Hurst travelling freight and passenger agent of the Kio Grande Ry. gave us a hurried but pleasant call Tuesday morning. Six hundred extra copies of this issue go to Zephyr and Mullin. It pays to have a regular advertising contract withe The Bulletin. Mr. George Gaskins has received the sad intelligence of the...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 27 September 1894

JEWELERS BROWNWOOD TEXAS. Elgin and Waltham Watches in All Grades. Fine Tableware in the Best Qualities and Latest Patterns. Fine Friendship Engagement and Wedding Rings. TJ4E BEST GOODS AT PRICES TO SUIT TtfE TIMES. Fine Repairing a Specialty and Call and Examine Their. Goods. BROWNWOOD BULLETIN. ( J. W. McFARLAND ) J DENTJST V QMee Ter 1st Hat. Bank Browawoed. ) . Mr. W. H. C. Lee of Temple is now with the Brownwood Cotton Oil Co. as travelling agent. He is a pleasant gentlernan and a good solicitor. He spends most of his time on the road for the mills. Goldthwalte Glimpses. We are glad to report that Mrs. P. H. Clements is recovering from her recent attack of fever. J. W. Remington of the Hurl- hut Hardware Co. of Brownwood was here Mbnday and Tuesday. Will Grisham who has been sick with fever at the Doran house for some time is improving very fast. H. H. Grisham of Brownwood arrived here Friday morning and has been attending his brother Will during his illness. Mrs. Warner from ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 4 October 1894

ni 11 4 mwnw VOL. IX. BROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY OCTOBER 4 1894. JSTO 49.'- ... s.f. a-i 1 ' 1 ' BROS We are showing the greatest line N E C K W E A R We fiave ever shown. ! . j 1;..'. ". i . . . - 1 i It.. . .1 v 1; The line will consist of the New Club Four-in-Hands the small; TJeoks wide string ties and many styles that have never been shown prior to this season. SEE THEM AND YOU BUY XTHEM. A. man to 't . be well-dressed must wear a neat tie. COG&IN & GILLIAM lUtOS. ALL GrOOXDS . -AT i- A Gold Standard Value THE BULLETIN WITH ITS READERS. JL GOIiD DOLiLtflH On the Road Through Clio and May. -OR- Si I vi i- at a Ratio of 1 6 to 1 . Rising Star' The Pride of Eastland County. THEY MUST GO. . Hard times high prices and big profits can't exist in this town because we have got the goods and make the prices that save the people money. HAVE YOU SEEN OUR NEW STOCK? . It is a wonderfully complete assortment of high class goods 1 OF Staple apd paipcy Dry Goods f Notions Clothing Boots...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 4 October 1894

son as the efficient village post- master. Clio has a good country with a good class of thrifty honest hard working citizens. The soil is good water plenty and climate healthy. Crops in this section everything considered will com pare well with the croppings of other fields. Pushing up the road to May just above the residence of Dr. Gibson is a mountain view that will grace the "easel" of an inspired artist. From this point The Buleetin artist sketched in mental vision thirty-two farm houses and barns with the fertile fields and green woodlands of a most beautiful landscape region Here the devoted son or daughter of beautiful Brownwood may on a clear day plainly see through a panoramic view of entrancing beau ty of twelve miles the outlines of the city of his love and hope'. MAY. The drive from Ulio to May is replete with new views and sights of interest. The line of the road passes through a region of happy and thrifty homes. School houses on the way. as well as Pleasant valley chu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 4 October 1894

the limit of the state. Pact! The trade of this solid firm "is great and still growing greater. All the people of Eastland and ad- joining counties fcnow Hulse and Roach. Mr. Hulse the genial senior of the firm is a native of Tennessee but says "I was water Bound in Arkansas for thirty years." He has been a resident of Rising Star since 1883 and con- stantly devoted to the develop- ment of town and country. As a citizen he is prized for an honest heart and honest ways Mr. Roach the junior of the firm is a native of Alabama but has been a resi dent of Texas since. 1875. HisJ name iB familiar to hundreds of people who have known and trusted him as a merchant of Sipe Springs. Since his location at Rising Star he has by close atten- tion to business won a large circle of friends. The fact is that the house of Hulse and Roach rests upon a solid basis and is & financial success. The Bulletin is pleased to note these facts in regard to one of these solid firms of the land. When you wan...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 4 October 1894

rvv Received Our New Stock MEN'S CLOTHING r fat ' AndOan Give You h Sl 0 ARE A Nice Stock to Select ! " 1 t ri f From And at Prices to - 1 : : 1 - - . JJl JSadqaaf tetS ' Siiic The Times ll J 'I ' 'ti'p ry Ooods Men's and Ladies )! I SHOES j t 000K00X0000X00 Have You Seei THE Hancock; notary disc PlipW? ' HurlbutH'dware Go. Brownwood Bulletin. Entered at the postoffice at Brown- wood Tex. as second-class mail matter. . Published Evkey Thcesday by WILL H. MAYES - Editor and Prop'r Irrigate. It must be done. - There is no time to lose. It is now or neverirrigate or not. Every farmer should study the subject of irrigation. Every man who has seen irri- gated farms testifies to the advan- tages. . California without irrigation would he almost a desert with it it is the garden spot of the world. ' In ten days we will have secured irrigation or failed. There is no time to lose if you wish to' irrigate your farm. The more irrigation is studied the greater the advantages appear and the stron...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 4 October 1894

Important to Buyers. I desire to call the attention of The Bulletin's readers to the fact that I have recently added a line of Dry Goods Clothing Boots Shoes Hats and Notions to my large stock of Staple and Fancy Groceries and have moved into the building opposite the Walker hotel near the place where most of the cotton crop is sold. I went to market personally selected the best goods bought them at the lowest pridsy and am going to offer them at the very lowest prices consistent with good busi- ness. All I want is to make a liv- ing and I am not expecting to grow rich from profits. Every dollar's worth of goods is new stock from first hands and in deal- ing with me you do not have to buy picked over stock j In adding a new stock of dry -goodsj I do not expect to let up in the grocery tradej by good goods .and low margins I have built up i.he best grocery business in Brown- wood and I propose to hold it in "the same way. I desire to thank my old customers for their contin- ued patro...

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