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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 28 November 1907

VI WANT COLUM WANT AD RATES One cent a aomI first insertion half cent a worn encb tneenitive Insertion. No adwr- liMBiM taken for less than 20 cts' Cash must nlway accompany the or- der. Y NThI lOa1 old dolls an i toys for- th Willing Worker. Kcm-ruber yon are help i x the poof and gladdening the 1 car's c. the little One l'hone d::x j A VIOIV FON KENT Large furnished front room. Mm. M Q. Brook field. 401 Anstin Ave. Look MaHggp dBOHUBHP .MawwByt MHBBHfli yon neSs Mm I At the Gilliam 4 J The Selfishness of Bachelcss. Assuredly the erudite Gibbon and the crotchety Deyvorduu wou:d have ' liked a woman to attend to the.r household affairs tut ra.h prefer n-d that the other take the ihance of as- suming a burden and. however pru- dent a wife thus obtained might have proved to be. we may I certain that her advent would have been attributed to human prescience and that she would not le regarded as coding. ;1S the Scriptures truly say. "direct from the Lord." And yet the pompous C.ile bon ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 28 November 1907

JLii T I I Longhorns Perfecting Original Ones to Work on Farmers. HARD AT SECRET PRACTICE Team Thought to be About Evenly balanced and Sturdy Thanksgiv- ing Game is Expected. Austin. Nov. 7. Secret prac- tice which opened for the Tni- versity football team Monday af- ternoon will continue until Wed nesday. Coach Metzenthin is now introducing the new line of tr.ck plays forward passes and llukes that he has oeen working out for the past few weeks. Some of the plays are entirely oritfi na!. lex is being the first team to try them therefore the eleven from A. & If. will have to cope with a quality of football work that has never before been seen on any Southern gridiron. In these plays and upon sjeed lies the Texans' only hopes and the Longhorn players realizing this are practicing as a university team never practiced before darkness alone putting a stop to the day's work. Judging from some of the sea- son's scores the teams' are about evenly balanced. lathe Louisi ana game the Tex...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 28 November 1907

rr " Capital and Surplus u "He Who Walks With His Eyes oi the Ground Bumps His Head; He Who Walks With His Eyes in the Air Stubs His Toe." Don't be a miser nor a spendthrift. Save as much of your salary as possible each week and there will be no trouble about getting along. Our bank offers to de- positors every inducement known to modern banking. We furnish safety lock boxs free to our customers. We issue time certificates. Come and do business with us. The Brownwood National Bank Officers: T. C. YANTIS Pres.deat J. C. WEAKLEY. 1st Vice Pres J. A. WALKER 2nd Vice Pres. MILLARD ROMINES. Cashiei WM. B. CROSS Asst. Cashier A. P. FORD Asst. Cashier. I Salesman Talk "Say but ain't that fellow Veston who just completed a lk ; from Portland Me. to Chicago breaking a former rec- ord "dandy" said Salesman this morning. "After walking 1243 miles he got mad because the gate keeper would not let him ente by the private en- trance to the postoffice building where the Mayor and Post master were w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 29 November 1907

Winter ion now the time when nreshre more irequent. Look well to $our insurance. If you need any let us write it. b. B. Henley & Co. Fire ins a m nee the best. The kind that insures and pays you proraptlv when your property burns. That is the kind we write E. B. Henley & Co. VOL 8 BROWNWOOD. i KXAS FRIDAY. NOV. 29 107. NO. 37 DAILY BULLETIN L V ALMOST ROUSTED Died of Injuries After Several Days' Intense Suffering. JUMPED IN DITCH OF FIRE Lower Lmb Nearly Cook 1 Before Hit Companion Could Get Boy Out of Ditch. Eallinger Texas Nov. 28. A very pecuilar accident which recited in the death of little Roy Dyce.the 9 -year-old son of p widow occurred here about a week ago. The little boy died last night after much suffering and the remains were shipped on the evening train today to Mount Clam for burial. The little boy in company with an older boy was playing on a big ditch in the lower edge of town where culvert had accum ulated a lot of trash and several weeks ago some mischievous...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 29 November 1907

( All Men's work Shirts xtra heavy quality 50c for 40c All Stetson Shoes for men Patent Kid or Vici Kid $6.50 for $5.10 AIM 2 l-2c Outing Solid or Fancy One lot of Fancy Silk Fine quality 19 inches in width 75c grade One lot cf Fancy Silk Gingham 25c grade All Thoroughbred Hats Stiff or Crush in Black White Pearl or Brown $300 grade for Gne lot of Red Seal Gingham in all the newest paterns for Fall and Winter 12 I -2c for 1 Of 50c 18c IO- Pi eat. EC Bl X tn MSI One lot of all Wool Shawls 25c for $10.00 Overcoats for Men or Boys T.T5 All $5.00 Stetson Hats in all the latest shapes for 3.95 25 Per cent off on all Linen Napkin Sets. Greatest Sacrifice of the Dav. Daring Hie month of December we will be com- pelled to raise a large amount of money in order to meet our obligations. In This Sale Cost Will Be no Consideration. Goods will be marked in plain figures and at prices that will be in reach of all. Our sale which closed two weeks ago was a great success. The secret is when we made...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 29 November 1907

Toys! Toys!! Toys!!! We were never better prepared than now to sat- isfy your HOLIDAY wants in TOYS. Our purchases were made direct from factories thus saving the jobbers profit You get this in your buying. It is none too soon to select your gifts riUASiTcn!idpating thc big rush SANTA . LLAUb headquarters. Goods bought now will be cared for till you want them. R. S. GARNETT & CO. General House Furnishers. " ' 1 11 1 I I . I ! 1 i Mil M" I General News .1 i WPut'.M I .. l. 1 vici V" l :;k ilh .t. - -i subscriptions to the new Trem- urv certificates dosed and may r.ot add to allotments alteadv mad President Koos.vclt and Seer- CSprtelyou assured Farmers' 1 "ion committee that the South " cm win nerval let receive larger portion of Treasury sur plus funds. ......... r ... i; - o i'mtv varietv are highly please! at tin- wm the Bryan banquet passed off and they protess to see in tin easion hap-i P.v auguries o) Imriiionv and brighter prospects for success next y. ar. u-ocFeiary .nav ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 29 November 1907

I . . or . uUc;ness is attended to to the best of our ability. sured of .he triendly of trk and it efficer J.M.ttan. Free Safety Lock Boxes For Your Valuable Papers. Our Customers nave wur mai iOI1 xatlonal Ban! o Krownwood Tlie Clt 1 MMMMWWW'fli M MaaM aalBalaaWBBlBBBBaa l - JI - Will be Here Tuesday Dec. 3rd Singular Coincidence. What might be termed a sing- ular coincidence Is the fact that one day this week a Brownwood j minister went nut hunting and kilted three wila turkevs two of j which he secured while the third j was lost and this same week a . lady in that neighborhood ha i found one of her turkeys dead and has two missing. Now of course the readers first COftcKl i sion will be that the minister killed tame turkeys but before convicting him it would be well to remember that there are many wild animals prowling around that could have ha i an eye on the turkeys for a Thanksgiving feast. And further if the min- ister sees fit to pay the lady for the turkeys she has missed it...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 29 November 1907

WANT COLUMN ! WANT AD RATfcS One cent a word tir insertion half cent awora jench icnsrrmive insertion. No adver- tisement taken for le-s tiia:i II I Cth iniiHt ilwavM accompany me order. Featured at Gilliam Sale ghKpel exercises Dr.. Gravett Speak to Students at Howard Payne. REVIVAL MEETING CONTINUES Through Sunday at the Baptiat Church. Three Servicet Announced For the Sabbath. Yesterday being Thanks i' i.l' day the aaojuing services of the Baptist revival were raised in on account 1 the "union .services at the Presbyterian ehureh. Las1 uitfht the church waa half tilled d -spite the mud and a most help- ful service it proved. Services wjll be held tomorrow at tin usual hours and on Sunday there wjll be fbree aerVieea. The Ji.iptists are especially urged by the pastor to come and make the dosing days of the revival the h.-r of all. Dr. Grsvetl anoke at Howard Pirate chapel this asorotng to the students. Melow we give in part his talk at -chapel ; Moses' Supreme Choice. " 'By faith ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 29 November 1907

LEARN TO EAT. fern People in Brownwmtd K tally know How. Slow eating will solve one- half the problems of ill health. Those who suffer with indiges- tion and weak stomach can with care and the use of Mi-o-na stomach tablets restore the diges- tion to a healthv condition so that they can eat what they want at any time without fear of distress or suffering. After a few day's use of Mi-o-na stomach tablets the headaches dizzy feeling drowsiness bad taste in the mouth coated tongue flatulence sleeplessness distress after eating all these symptoms of a weak stomach- will disappear and perfect di- gestion and good health will be restored. J. F. Ren fro has so much confidence in the power of Mi-o-na to cure indigestion that he offers to refund the money should it fail to give satisfaction. Killeen Warehouse Cotton. During the present season there has been stored in the Kil- leen warehouse 199G bales of cotton and of this number there has been only 381 bales sold out during the e.itire fall...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 29 November 1907

Capital and Surplus $20p0000 "He Who Walks With His Eyes on the ground ... i. .. i... ii.iii. it Uli Hi IMo liumHi iiw nii TT IIW " ams - - in the Air Stubs His Toe." T. C. YAN'iTS President J C. WEAKLEY. 1st V ce Pnw J. A. WALKER. 2nd Vice Pres. MILLARD ROMINES Cashier WM. B. CROSS Asst. Cashier A. P. FORD Asst. Cashier. Don't be a miser nor a spendthrift. ' Save as much ol your salary as possible uc a r . aLnd Our bank otters to ae- each week and Tw l We furnish safety lock bos free positors every inducement known to . . with us. ir rmstnrr.ers. We issue umc The Brownwood National Bank nc n r- a.f 4 Salesman Talk "Well well but wasn't that a red hot game between the State and A. ft M. college "said Sales- man. 'Gee. but wouldn't you liked to have been there. Them state fellows had about all they could ?ay "grace" over and they knew it from the start. That fellow Kelley always plays a star nA he had the A. & M. gallic anv. ... bunch right behind him. I nice w that is the reason...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 30 November 1907

Winter is on now the time when tires are more frequent. Look well to your insurance. If you need any let us write it. 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 (St Co. K. 8. Hervlf & Co. VOL. 8 BROWNWOOD. TEXAS. SATURDAY NOV. 30 107 NO. 38 i MEMORIAL SERVICE Elks to Hold Service in Memory of Departed Brothers DR. M CURDY WILL PREACH "Mr. Bill. Will Assemble Hall and March in Body to Church on Sunday. The Mutual memorial services of tin- lienevolent and Protective order of Elks will be held at the First Presbyterian church tomor- row. It is the day set aside to honor the memory of those Elks who have rossed to tbe other shore during the past year and urgent indeed is the duty which keeps any member from partici- pating by his presence at least in memorial services. Members of the lodffe will assemble at Elks ball at 10:30 o'clock and march in body to the church where Dr. M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 30 November 1907

FROM 20 TO 50 PER CENT OFF ON Qlo tiling and Overcoats Over M8000.00 to Select From. The Largest Stock of Overcoats in West Texas Clothing. All $25.00 Suits double or single breasted 2 or 3 buttons at $19.75 All $20.00 Suits double or single breasted 2 or 3 buttons at $15.85 All $18.00 Suits double or single breasted 2 or 3 buttons at $14.50 All $16.50 Suits double or single breasted 2 or 3 i buttons at $13.00 All $15.00 Suits double or single breasted at $11.75 All $12.50 Suits double or single breasted at $9.75 All $10.00 Suits double or single breasted at $7.85 All $8.50 Suits double or single breasted at $6.65 One lot of Odds and Ends in Mens' Suits worth from $10.00 to $18.00 choice at $6.50 We have one of thelargest stocks of Youths' and Boys' Clothing ever brought to Rrown wood all of the very newest and most up-to-date patterns. All $10.00 Youths' Suits on sale at $7.85 All $8:50 Youths' Suits on sale at $6.65 All $7.00 Youths' Suits on sale at $5.25 All $5.00 Youths' Suits ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 30 November 1907

Garnett's Holiday Goods While making generous provision for the little folk in the greatest assortment of Toys ever seen in Brownwood we have not be:n unmindful of the "growed" up folk. We have in addition to our general line suitable for Christmas gifts a large lot of Hand Painted China. Genuine Gut Glass and many handsome novelties. Our complete CHINA SETS for your dining table will we know appeal to you. Notice our show windows on Monday They will be a reflex cf the Holiday Goods on the inside. R. 5. GARNETT & CO. General House Furnishers. Getting Into not Water about the Plumbing is the expeneLCs o many householders and landlord Any kind of a modern house is a wilderness unless the .plnmbing be properly at tended to. This it our particular bosi ueas and we are mighty particular about It. Either new systems of Plnmbing or repairs to old.quickly aci enttfllcaly and throughly done tor led coat than you would suppose from the permanent class of work. ED BUXN. Phone Mr 10.'. THE ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 30 November 1907

I Free .... .. . mi j .Ai.rlir snrl hue or Ker business is attended to to the best of our abi'ttv. Every man woman or child who comes to If ycu transact your business here you are a - We want your business because we know we can serve you well ana to cur mutual auvau 57 sured of the iriendly interest of our bark and its officers. Our Customers Have Our First Consideration. Safety Lock Boxes For Your Valuable Papers. National Bank of Brownwood Tlie Citizen Your Grocer If on the alert does not wait for events but pre- pares in advanoe of them. We are fully ptepar- ed now to supply your Grocery wants in every- thing necessary for the FRUIT CAKE PLUM DUFF and otheV ChristmaB "fixine." Of course you know the quality of our goods everybody who has ever been our customer knows that our's it the finest and freshest and if its in season we have it. Phone 40 if Busy 440. JNO. D. QUINN. Successor to C. L CIDDENS. An Instigation. A Conspiracy. A Plot. 1 m BOW in possesion of written and oral te...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 30 November 1907

r Gun! I i i i Our First i An Overwhelming Broadside! i PRICES COMPLETELY SHATTERED! WITH OflTE TREMENDOUS SWEEP WE CUT CLEAN TO THE CORE! The most remarkable sacrifice of reliable merchandise ever offered to the people of Brownwood. Many Things are Priced at HALF and LESS Our entire stock of goods one of the largest and best se- lected ever brought to this city -is included in this TERRIFIC SLAUGHTER Ladies Ready-to-Weart Mens' and Boy's Clothingevery- thing goes not a single item reserved. Its Your Time Wow to Save Big Money! Dont overlook the opportunity dont let anything keep you away from this marvelous sale. Look for the HelpingHand At Your Door Today and Holiday Bring it to our store Tuesday and an delegation t vote against bim He said be would investigate the report thai had eonte to him. and that if he found thai young Cow art had been talking about him. be irdnid ;isk all his friends to vote against young (Wart and thai they had promised to do so. If you have not a way to ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 30 November 1907

GARNETT'S STORE BOY Gee! Whiz! but ain't-the boss been goin' sum since he cum back from Memfis. He jus slipt off and went there an' no- body cood tell why but the cats outen the.bag now. He jus went there cause it is called a gateway to see if any of his Chrismus goods wus logded agin the gate postes. I recon he must er iard them lose caus the way they's a comin' shows thev's beeTi stickt sum ware. Well they's jus comin now sum frum Yurope sum frum Englin sum frum (Jermeny sum frum Franc an ther is sum frum Spane too ieter alone whats cummin frum Xu York Bostin and other towns in whut Sam sed wus in the dominie er sum such place as thet of yer Uncle Sam eny how I never seed so many toys in my born days an the boss he's er struttin like er pouter pigin caus no other stoare cepten ovrn hes been made hedquarters fur Santa Clas. Ernest sed judgin frum ther heaps of goods this stoare wus not only the hedquar- ters but it wus the hinquarters too. I herd the boss tell er man terday to by m...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 30 November 1907

H Who ValifTWitli Hi. Eyes on the roun Bumps His Head; He Who Walks With His Eyes in the Air Stubs His Toe." Do- be a miser nor a ipnhri.. Save as much ot your sa.ary possible each &0m m LlVrtS f LnsS'.och bo. free rr B&s cme ana d business wuh us T. C. YANT1S. President J. C. WEXKLEY 1st Vxe Pre. J. A. WALKER. 2nd Vice Pres. MILLARD ROMINES Cashiei WM. B. CROSS Asst. Cashier A. P. FORD. Asst. Cashier. The Brown wood National Bank. Salesman Talk "So some fellow up in Chic- ago has got in his gaft and coun- terfeited the clearing house cer- tificates. Well that is just what I Pirtwcted would happen. I've got one of them certificates but about it being counterfeited. They might do that in a very big city but in Brownwood Mr. man would be caught up with when first he at- torn ntaA nass a counterfeit. Speaking of counterfeits there s no such thing in our line of We have the real article The Varney Lecture. rw r-Korlp vt Varney deliver -a Via wtnre "Apples of Gold." CXI aiasj . ....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 3 December 1907

Fire insarance the best. Tke kind that insures and pays you promptly when your property bu rns. That is the kind we write E. B. Henley (St Co. Winter is Aon now the time when fires vj more frequent. Look well to insurance. If you need any let us write it. B. B. Henley & Co. VOL. 8. DAILY BULLETIN. BROWNWOOD. TEXAS. TUESDAY DEC. 3 1907. NQ. 4U IIUnTrninilO MBHBBfcMMBBBB ffl u- tH UUD MAN i m m i li 1 1 1 1 1 l i h i n i H 'i 1 1 m i H 1 1 m i M i n i ; i Hi City Skating Rink RACES Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday nights of this week there will be a contest to decide the championship of Brown wood in fast skat- ing. Thi9 will not interfere with the regular program. The races will be run at some time during the sessions. Also on Friday night the 13th of December we will give a Masquerade Skate. A Season Ticket will be awarded the lady with best costume and a pair of Skates to the gentle man with best costume. II Prowler Again Appears in tne Vicinity of McKinney House. I The Programs ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 3 December 1907

and Overcoats $8000 Worth 10 Select From. Largest Stock of Overcoats in West Texas From 20 to 50 Per Cent Off on I' M- Clothing. All 125.00 Suits double or single breasted 2 or 3 buttons at $19.75 All $20.00 Suits double or single breasted 2 or 3 buttons at $15.85 All $18.00 Suits double or single breasted 2 or 3 v buttons at $14.50 All $16.50 Suits double or single breasted 2 or 3 button. at $13.00 All $15.00 Suits double or single breasted at $11.75 All $12.50 Suits double or single breasted at $9.75 All $10.00 Suits double or single breasted at $7.85 All $8.50 Suits double or single breasted at $6.65 One lot of Odds and Ends in Mens' Suits worth. from $10.00 to $18.00 choice at $6.50 We have one of thelargest stocks of Youths' and Boya' Clothing ever brought to Brown wood all of the very newest and most up-to-date patterns. All $10.00 Youths' Suits on sale at All $850 youths' Suits on sale at All $7.00 Youths' Suits on sale at All $5.00 Youths' Suits on sale at. . . .$7.85 $6.66 ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 3 December 1907

HUMAN VITALITY. Cultivate and C. cVtrsc Eoth the Men- ial and the Physical. If people realized prei ions phy - leal anl mental viialiiy are t h -Would not squander i'.u'im. nv QpoOsl)- DeJ any more readily than tlicv woe.l i tap tbeir veins and squander their life blood To accomplish great tfeinga c musi have a sir. rtcoywta life for e. powerful vitality. If we do not have these everything we do will bear the stamp of weakness. It will crop uUv in every act. It is the strong vitality that tells in the great ill il l li of life It Is the reserve power that enahie- the runneV to keep going when others fall exhausted bf the way. It is a great art to learn to acciimu- late and conserve vitality to store :' away For" future emergencies. It b success capital. You may succeed without money hut you cannot sue eeed without pliysical and mental cap ltal. It is the strung vitality that win--The plus force the physical and men tal energies themselves are the things that enable one surmount dith...

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