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

sw w Accounts of Farmers Capital and Surplus $20000000 THIS BANK has always made a specialty of the accounts of farmers. We give the banking services a farmer needs extending every possible help justified by prudent banking practice. We are willing to help them. Farmers who are about to establish banking connections are cordially invited to consult us. Valuable papers may be stored with us free.. The Brownwood National Bank. Officers! T. C. YANTIS President J. C WEAKLEY 1st Vice I' res. J. A. WALKER 2nd Vice Pres. MILLARD ROMINES. Cashier WM. B. CROSS Asst. Cashier A. P. 'FORD Asst. Casnicr. I Hoprinks. The season is here when hot drinks are served and of course the drinking pahlic will want to know where they can et the best drlnk The fact that we serve the cele- brated Hnyler's Chocolate only is a pretty good guarantee that our Chocolate drinkM are the best. In other lines we make a specialty of high cl ss drinks There in nothing in the hot drink line but what can be fonnd at onr ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 20 November 1907

Winter 1$ on now the time when fires are more frequent.' Look well to your insurance. If you need yiy let us write it. B. B Henley & Co. DAILY BULLETIN. Fire insarance the best. The kind that insures and pays you promptly when your property bu rns. That is the kind we write. E. B. Henley & Co. VOL. 8 BROWNWOOD. TEXAS. WEDNESDAY. NOV. 20 1907.- NO. 29 u Your Linen FOR THANKSGIVING If You are4Not Well Supplied the Prices Below Should INTEREST YOU. 544nch BU ached Damask Floral design the yard. 25 55- 4nch Bleached Damask Polka Dot a splendid value at the yd. 30c 56- inch Unbleached all Linen Damusk Floral design the vard 50c 70- inch Bleached all Linen Damask a good 11.00 grade. 6ur price the y-rd 85c 70-inch all pure Linen Damask Floral design the $1.50 kinl our price the yard $1.25 56-inch Bine and Red Damask fast colors. Moral design a eplen- - did valu- the yard 3oc 14x14 inch Red ind Blue Napkins block design on white ground the dozen (50c 18x13 inch same as above the doz...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 20 November 1907

... it t i.1 L. A. 1 .. nilMl MAHnAM "jr mm mm initiative to be good voters. sne tninKs mai mey auuw ibuh- I A 1 I V Hi ill ft 1 T alkies to influence them too much to the detriment of abstract VAYE5 C CIV PA NY Proprietor . principles. The Fort Worth Star says that the railroads of Texas are en- HHpH tn a smmre deal. If by that the Star means that they Haitered at the Brownwood Postoffice as Second Class Mail Matter. LjAj e treated with justice it is probably not voicing the sen timent of the roads for they desire anything but justice. Meas- 8ubcription Per Month : 500 lured by its real deserts the average Texas railroad would get very little consideration from the public. The policy of the roads for many months has appeared to be to give a3 poor service as possible for the money spent with them. WILL H. MAYES Managing Editor. H. F. MAYES. Business Manager. C. A. TUN NELL City Editor. E. C. SEITZ. Daily Circulator. E. E. KIRK PATRICK Associate Editor. W. R. DULA. Foreman Mech Dept....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 20 November 1907

Mag- nolia Ice Cream Is in a Class by Itself Thai rich and V velvety taste -J in only fonnd in Magnolia ueam. v i : we are pre- '-f-pared to aer e Tj-on Ice Cream 1 1 any form Phone us. Camp-Bell Drug Co APPROVES PLANS. Roosevelt State He Ha Assurance Con gress Will Meet Country's Financial Needs. In his letter to Secretary Cor- telyou approving the treasury plans. President Roosevelt states that he has been assured that the leaders in Congress have under consideration a currency measure "which will meet in per- manent fashion the needs of the situation and which will be passed at an early date after Congress convenes two weeks hence." Letter of the President. The President's letter to Sec- retary Cortelyou under the date of Nov. 17 follows : "The White House Washington Nov. 17 1907. My Dear Mr. Cortelyou: I have considered your proposal. I approve the issue of the $50- 000000 of Panama bonds which will be immediately availble as the basis for additional cur- rency. I also approve t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 20 November 1907

CM Tlie 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 Lill We want your business because we know we can serve you well and to our mutual advantage. If you transact your business here you are as sured of the friendly interest of our bank and its officers. Our Customers Have Our First Consideration. v I The Citizens National Bank of Brown wood llllll H 1 i'H'H"H"H I M'! H4 I (ieneral News in i n i The grand jury it Kindley. Ohio retained in indictment against ex-Senator Thomas MeCor-Tni-k for alleged bribery in con- nection with the Standard Oil company case last dune. The banks in Chicago are .ready to resume a cash business at any time. The Chicago Clearing House iissoeiation has went word to New York that they are ready whenever New York is willing to take similar action. City Auditor (juries T. Morris of Dallas concluded negotiations for the purchase of the last five of the state f...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 20 November 1907

PRaISESmHROM THE PRESS. Extracts From Southern Papers Relative to "The Sweetest Girl in Dixie." 1 he following notes wil! show how enthusiastically "The Sweet est Girl in Dixie" which will be seen here Thursday. November -1 was received by the news papers of the South last season: The closing production of the week "The Sweetest Girl in Dixie" was the only offering of the week that was of serious import or that was worthy of a place in memory's storehouse. The Houston Chronicle Septem- ber 23 1906. Prices 2rc 50c and 7"c. "The Sweetest Girl in Dixie" was the attraction at the Dallas Opera House last night and showed to a large audience. As the name indicates the play is very Southern and met with the approval of the audience which had cheers for hero and the girl and hisses for the villian. Dal- las News. Prices Z&c 50c and 75c. The story of "The Sweetest Lrirl in Dixie ' is a pretty one. and one that bears repeating. Miss Slemons is to be compli- mented upon having written an e...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 20 November 1907

Saft Antonio and Return $4.25 VIA International Fair On sale for both trains Nov. 20th. Limit Nov. 22nd. Through Sleeper on night train. . W. 0. SoRelle Agent IS Bailey Tells Campbell He Must Behave to be Nominated Again HIS SAN ANTONIO SPEECH TeiU Citizens They Have Been Criticis- ed Too Much for Personal Liberty Ideas. Senator Bailey made a speech at San Antonio Monday night in which he stated that if Gov. Tom Campbell would behave himself that "we will give him the nomi- nation for a second term." It is supposed that by "behaving him- self" is meant that Campbell is to line up right on the Bailey issue for the Senator told the audience that Campbell should not be blamed for his acts in en- forcing platform demands. Fol- lowing are some of Bailey's statements : About His Traduce r. "I have said it before and I say it here tonight. The man who assails my personal or pol- itical integrity is a liar a scoun- drej and a thief and he needn't write editorials nor issue circu- lars about...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 20 November 1907

1 capital and Surplus $200.flD00 Accounts of Farmers Officers T. C. YANTIS President J. C. WEAKLEY. 1st Vict Pre J. A. WALKER 2nd Vice Pres. MILLARD ROMINES Cashier WM. B. CROSS Asst. Cashier A. P. FORD. Asst. Cashier. THIS BANK has always made a specialty of the accounts of farmers. We give the banking services a farmer needs extending every possible help justified by prudent banking practice We are willing to help them. Farmers who are about to establish banking connections are cordially invited to consult us. Valuable papers may be stored with us free. The Brownwood National Bank V I 9 . Hot Drinks. The season is here when hot drinks are served and of course the drinking pnblic will want to know where they can tfet the best drink. The fact that we serve the cele- brate! Hnvler's Chocolate onlv is a pretty good unarantec that our Chocolate drink are the lwst. In other lines we make a specialty i f high clisa drinks. There in nothing n the hot drink line lut what can be fonnd at on...

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

Fire insarance the best. The kind that insures and pays you promptly when your property burns. That is the kind we write. E. B. Henley (Si Co. Winteiiis on now the time when nV are more frequent. Look wenro your insurance. If you need any let us write it. b. B. Henley & Co. VOL. 8 BROWNWOOD TEXAS. FRIDAY. NOV. 22 107. NO. 31 DAILY BULLETIN. DIED LAST NIGHT Judge P. M. Thurmond Passed Away at Terrell Yesterday. FORMER BROWNWOOD CITIZEN death came peacefully and his many friends in Brown county and other portions regret t learn of the demise of their old friend. Judge Thurmond Had Many Friend Among the Earlier Settler of Brown County. Col. (i. I. (Joodwin received a telephone message this morning from Terrell stating that Judge 1 If. Thnrmond died last night at that pliee and would he luined there today. Judge Thurmond was well known and liked by hundreds of the older citizens of Brownwood and Bfowu county He ws horn in Kentucky sixty four years ago and served in the Confederate a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 22 November 1907

pens butcher shops and dairies practically none of which are yet complying fully with the new law. tions. the remarkable thing is that the banking and Jbusiness interests of the entire state have held ud so well and weathered the storm so admirably. Not a half dozen prominent firms in Texas have suspended and there is not one of these Jtot could have pulled through by the exercise of the proper neWe and de- termination and not one of them will fail to pay every dollar owing by them. This is a showing of which the state should be proud. i There has been much talk lately about the calling of a special session of the legislature to pass a special relief law staying the enforcement of debts for six months until there can be relief ob- tained by the sale of products etc. It is stated that Governor Campbell does not see in the situation the necessity for such ac- tion and that the special session will not be callled. Bettered at the Brownwood Postoffice as SecoDd Class Mail Matter. Subscr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 22 November 1907

Mag- nolia Ice ' tream Is in a Class bv Itself jsTht rich and vvelvetv taste s. '-SKl -!H nlv fonud fee q P i magno ta V Cream. w ' t 5?l v;Wp dtp nrp. '-l. pared to tere Tyon Ice Cream 1 1 any form. Phone us. Camp-Bell Drug Co RAILWAY DISASTERS Numerous Instance of Trains Running Away Like Things of Life. That the recent terrible acci- dent at Shrewsbury was due to he train running away seems now to be pretty conclusively proved. Probably too the Gran- tham one was similarly caused and possibly that at Salisbury. Usually when the locomotive takes the bit between its teeth after this fashion and bolts the men in charge of her are killed and the engine itself is reduced to scrap iron thereby rendering it impossible to determine the reason that brought about her fatal display of eccentricity. Occasionally nowever it is otherwise. When for instance on July 38 1898 the connect- ing rod of an engine which was drawing a G. W. R. express be- tween Windsor and Paddington ' suddenly snapped ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 22 November 1907

Co - i Dry Goods AN OVERWHELMING PANIC N PRICES MEANING 20 TO 50 PER CENT DISCOUNT. Beginning lo-morrow Saturday November 23l at f a. m. we will plaee on ale at imheardof prices the biggest stock of Dry Good in thi section of the state. Every purchase in this sale must be for Spot Cash. Clearing House Certificates will be accepted the same as Cash. This is no toy sale nor pretended discount affair. ir it It is a Veritable Smash-up in Prices that Will make you forget there ever was another sale. TALK OF PANICS! We are going to make prices for the next few davs that will bring a run on this house cal culated to terrorize any bank in Texas. The Biggest Stock of New Merchandise in This Section of the state is Now Offered at Tremendous Price Reductions The backwardness of the season has made it necessary to stimulate selling in some way or else carry too many goods into next season. Everything i strictly for Spot Cash or Clearing House Certificate. We cannot charge goods at these prices....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 22 November 1907

The Sndad-Burton Stock Co. Opens in fye House on the Cliff" here next Monday night with an all star cast for a thre nights' engagement presenting yplays that are newlo this sec- tion of the country and which are owned and produced exclu- sively by them. Russell Snoad the funny man and Ruth Gale the charming soubrette head the cast in which the names of such popular and favorably Known actors as Benton Hinton Edward Williams Phil R. Davis J. Sidney Pitman Billy Burton Dorothy Hail Calrice Hail and Minnie Ferguson appear. The manager of the opera house as sure us that none who appreciate a morally clean and interestnir play will miss any performance given Dy tnese people. Monday night "The House on the Cliff.' Tuesday night "A special Edi tion" Wednesday night "The Chore Boy." Puff and Powder. Children are brought up differ ently now. They are also fresh er. Corpus Christi Caller. People with least knowledge of any subject are often the most critical.-Beeville Times. The boy who is pr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 22 November 1907

Many suits. Coals and Skirls As will as Muslin Underwear Silk Petticoats Children's gar- ments etc. have been sold dur- ing the cleaning up sale of wo- men's garments. The reduc- tions are certainly very marked in every department of the gar- ment sections of this store. The numbers of each garment in the stock is listed the former price printed and the sale price following this list is shown in our garment department and you can see for yourself just what the reductions are. For Thursday. Friday and Saturday this sale will continue and it is a good time to buy. wnr pmrfTTTTTTrrrm 7 Irntill llI7C i vjenerai iew iiniirmiiHMntH Senator Jlankhead ill. Alabama republicans will jsj. nn-t for KoN'Vrlt for :. resident. Dan O'Leary has a ';r-j lead tauj. Li:.. .'. ..11-;.... i rvi JK.T Ill ill 1 1 1 . ' mh .-! ( Sncmnati. Senate committee on Indian nd frauds funis miH'h dein e irregularities. I III- H eder.-it litll nt . 1. .f oteil ii. I.. .......I... nmt -.... . ri lliur ' ' 1 1 1 J .e ' ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 22 November 1907

Capital and Surplus $20000000 THE ROAD TO THE BANK IS USUALLY THE ROAD TO PROSPERITY. Not quite all depositors arc prosperous but all prosperous people are bank depositors. It's a good road for a young man. and a good road for men of all degrees. At the end cf the road to this bank ihere is a bank that has a willingness to help its customers and many a man is glad that he has taken this road. Besides that when you are seen to be one cf the prudent ones who travel the road to this bank others are disposed to be helpful because they see you are deposed t6 be helpful to yourself. There is a WARM WELCOME FOR YOU AT THE END OF THE ROD TO THIS BANK. i The itrowiiwoofl National Bank Officersil T. C. YANTIS Presides J. C. WEAKLEY 1st Vice I T- s J. A. WALKER 2nd Vice Pres. MILLARD ROMINES Cashier WM. B. CROSS Asst. Cashier A. P. FORD Asst. Cashier. - HMBMBMMMHMMm Just the Thing Along about thanksgiving times it is good to remember your friends and show that you remember them by send- ing th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 25 November 1907

DAILY BULLETIN. when fire ark more freouent. Fire insa ranee the best. The kind that insures and pays you promptly when your property burns. That is the kind we write. E B. Henley & Co. Look well to your insurance. If you need any let us vrite it. b. B. Henley & Co. VOL. S BROWNWOOD. TEXAS. MONDAY. NOV. 25 1907 NO. 33 winter is ca now the time MYSTERIOUS FIRE Flames Destroy the Unfinished Residence of Wilbur Smith. MILKMAN GIVES THE ALARM r lame Were Discovered at 3:30 o'clock and Thought to be of Incendiary Origin. hire destroyed the uncompleted two won ((ucr.'t' Mock residents . it? i i . . ... 01 mmr mitn. on Vine street this morning at 3:30 o'clock. Tin flaiiM's had gained pood headwa.v before they were discovered bv milkman who. was passing along We street at that time. The tire deparfment responded quickly ami although no water pressure could be secured for sometime good work was done in sgbdttiag the fire. The -building was under eocene of construct i m and was nearly...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 25 November 1907

rhe Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietor . Entered at the Brownwood Postoffice as Second Class Mail Matter Subscription Per Month WILL H. MAYES Managing Editor. H. F. MAYES Business Manager. C. A. TUN NELL. City Editor. S. C SEITZ Daily Circulator. E. E. KIRKPATRICK. Associate Editor. W. R. DULA. Foreman Mech Dept. Right now the city needs to be doing some fast work on the streets to get them in better shape. The continued rains have left bad holes in most of the streets that will soon be worse un- less they are filled. Every team should be busy hauling crushed rock to fill these bad holes for a load now will save several loads a little later. Is it worth while to say anything about better walks for Brownwood? A man who was this week moving into town said that he had obtained a very good house if he could only get to it but that there are no walks about the place and that it can hard- ly be reached on foot. Naturally suchjthings create a bad im- ression for the town. Bro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 25 November 1907

One of the Standard Attractions. "THE WORLD IS MINE" familiar to a greater Wt of the civilized inhabitants of the globe as the exuitant cry of the most famous of fortune-finders marks the climax of th day of "Monte Cristo" with such power that once heard it is never forgotten. The approaching production of the famous romantic drama at the opera house Thursday Nov. 28th matinee and night has been made one of the standard attractions by the ability and experience of one of the best of the Monte Cristo stars. Rodney Ranous under the direction of Fred G. Conrad. They have perfected the details until the play is a remarkable epitone of the great story of Dumas. The company which Manager Conrad has selected for "Monte Cristo" this season has far more than ordinary merit All the special scenery required for the big scenes is carried. Biliousness and Constipation. For years I was troubled with oil ion sues an'd constipation which made life miserable for me. My appetite failed me. I lost tny...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 25 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 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 your business here you are as- sured of the triendly interest of our bank and its officers. Our Customers Have Our First Consideration. The Oitieris National Bank of Brown wood I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 m 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n n 1 General News.;: MHMMIIIII IMHIIIM .1. II. Ilott'iiian. former rakhirll good horse and a neat clean of the Citizens hank uf Jejininga casy-riding buggy when they go 1 ... . . i' .... 1 ... 1 4 . . a ...... -i i a e IjH.. was MHUItl IM ;icitM nips deposits after he knew of the hank's insolvency. The hank sus- pended operations in 1W4. As a sequel to the kiHiuj of Lee Oxford on the Malvern road near Hot Springs in .Inne. 1905 Wil- liam Trammel! the author of; 1he crime was shot to death...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 25 November 1907

I V Rogers Dry Goods Co. Saturday's successful selling Proved the genuineness and effectiveness of the ROGERS SALE. This sale is no bluff or "windy It is a veritable cy- clone of undoubted bargains and enormous price concessions that has hit this town with a force and relentlessness that will be felt all over this section and recognized as a great money saving event All the elements necessary for a successful sale 'are combined in this. A large clean and up-to-date stock a big discount on everything exactly as advertised a large courteous and efficient sales force the experience of many years of successful merchandising and the general confidence in this store's promises and statements We are not giving out a bunch of stretched prices with unreasonable and impossible reductions. We are making straight plain discounts on everything. The original prices are left just as they were and you can figure the discounts for yourself. ' THERE ARE JtfO BAITS LITRES OR LEADERS or THIS SALE. The ...

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