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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 3 December 1907

I ' I Free Every man. woman or child wpo comes to this BANK is treated courteously and his or fS trelouare'aT- I your business because we know we can serve you well and to our mutual advantage. If ycu transact your business tore you are as Safety Lock Boxes For Your Valuable Papers We want sured of the triendly interest of our bank and its officers. Our Customers Have Our First Consideration. Xlie eitiens National Bank of Browixwood 1 dolor. Dr 1 1 M I I I I I i I l it 1 l 1 I l i ! ; l t General News. milHIMMMHHIMUH II. J. Grove managing elitr of the Kansas ( 'it Post who a few days ago was shot by General Richard Home is dead. t The jury in the case of liufus "Williams charged with robbing Sallie A (iihson at Ran Antonio of $61000. disagreed on a verdict to- day and was discharged: Ten were for acquittal. The close of the past week found a confident feeling prevail ing in banking circles ami at tin- treasury department the financial situation of the country is expect- ed to soon b...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 3 December 1907

i WANT COLUMN LAST mil GAME -r Elks Will Play Howard Payne Football Team Friday. MUCH INTEREST MANIFESTED Howard Payoe Bov Feel Confident That Tbey Will Giro the Elba Big Team a Hard Tuttle. Probably the last game of the present football season will be played Friday afternoon between the Howard Payne team and the husky Elk bunch. Much inter- est is being manifested and many think that the Howard Payne boys will defeat the Elks. Daniel Baker was unable to pre- vent the Elk team from scoring and in turn was unable to score on the Elks but the Howard Payne boys outplayed the Daniel Baker boys Saturday and the game resulted in 8 score of 5 to 0 in favor of Howard Payne which would according to scores make the Elks and the Howard Payne bunch about equally matched. Captain Timmins of the Elks realizes that he is up aeainst a strong aggregation in the college bunch and is getting out new recruits to fill the weak places in the line and to use as substitutes. He will have three men in the g...

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

The Rogers sale is ilic Real Tiling. This Sale is constantly gaining strength which is the best proof of its genuineness. People who com: into this store are quickly convinced of the sharp reduction on every- thing and go out as live walking advertisements spreading the news of the greatest Money-saving event ever known in Brownwood. There have been "Sales" of all kinds --'Cost sales Sacrifice sales. Slauphter sales. Need Money sales and every variety imaginable some launched midst the terrific explosion of Newspaper dinamite. IF YOU DOUBT THE REAL THING IN THE WAY OF A SALE IS IN PROGRESS HERE VISIT OUR STORE. Nothing is spared in the price slashing and the biggesf reduciions are on the lines most in demand. I Men's and Boys Clothing' Oveicoats and odd Trousers' J -4 or 25 per cent off. All Dress Goods 20 per cent off. NINE 10 NOTHING Daniel Baker Second Team De- feats the High School Team. LOW EXECUTED OBOPKICK Lit t Is Quarterback Kicked a Beautiful Droplock Goal From the.T wear?...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 3 December 1907

f . V Ik On lite Road to Wealth. Salesman Talk "The Oklahoma legislature opened with sacred music and then got 'right down to busi- ness" said Salesman this morn- ing "Well we don't open with sacred music every morning but we get busy as soon as the doors are open. The boss says that is the only way to keep a first class drug store and we want to be first class if we keep open at all. There are a thous- and and on things tp do in the way of straightening up a drug stock. The kid over there hae a work today and I guess I am about the busiest man in the lot We are getting ready for the holiday trade that wilt be good in spite of the hard times you hear people talking about in the easL We have the goods and the prices will suit the buyers. Sometime when you are around. I am croiner to give you a list of the things we will be showing during the holidays." Renfro's If your eyes trouble you see Dr. Winters over Brooke Smith Bank Dr. Bogurt. Eye and Throat. Bulletin dwtf Bar Nose building ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 5 December 1907

"tsifnm'Fn' fl ITI 1 lB pripllvwhen your property you need any let us write it. MM JT I A I J 4 Ji A flJ 1 burns. That is the kind we write VJ B. Henley & Co. S flflV rb A E. B. Henley Co jP VOL. 8. BROWNWOOD. TEXAS THURSDAY. DEC. 5 1907. NO. 42 I ' 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 I! 1 1 1 ' i-i-H-r-i-H-M-1 I m-m-m-m-m H I I I I I I Negro is Responsible 1 IIIIHIIBI Vfll 1 1 1 l 1 I k I 1 Et 1 1 I I 1 1 I I I I I I T Ij- -i -f- j mj-m -e BB j 1 . X Investigation as to the cause M J? VI ly OKallnH rvlrlK f 0f thefireat the Morris-Sanders M flflMfl JI11J M f cotton yard yesterday in which fl jF aBlwb mM ll Pfcfl flflV to ngh s race between Jay Park was started by a little negro boy N Ft I U and Francis Cross. This .U be Iten years of aKe. The darky I m. M Afll f an excumg race The race w.ll . . . fc M M M I gram W' " Pr9" J anl 'i8hted 8 matCh and a I J I baie of cotton then ran and hid. H jj Get Ready for the Masquerade Terymln" the cotton win ONLY I Friday Night December 1 3th. j Give your nld bu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 5 December 1907

rate. MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietor . iSntered at the Brownwood Postoftice as Second Class Mail Matter. Subscription Per Month W WILL H. MAYES Managing Editor H. F. MAYKS Business Manager. C A 'J'l'NM'LL. City Kditoi E C. SKITZ. Daily Circulator. K K. KIRKPATRICK Associate Kditor V. II. DULA Foreman. Jfecti Dept. THE POST OUGHT TO KNOW BETTER. The Houston Post says that Senator Bailey could have been elected chairman of the Democratic caucus the position to which Culberson was elected and which carries with it the minority leadership in the senate enough democrats having offered him the position which he declined because of the notoriety he has obtained in Texas. The Post ought to know better. Bailey's admitted connection with the oil interests would make it as im- possible for him to obtain the position which Culberson holds as to be king of England and Bailey knows that as well as any one i KEEP THE RECORD STRAIGHT. The Ballinger Banner-Leader complains that some amxious to in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 5 December 1907

I J 1 All Dress 20 per Cent Discount We haven't put a few "leaders" into this sale but the 20 per cent off price affects every piece of Dress Goods in the All Silks Woolens Suitings Waistings Skirtings Outings -everything in these lines in the sale. store. A Goods i The Half Price on Millinery Is rapidly clearing this department of Hats. We started the season with a splendid line of hats marked at a price that made swift selling. This half price selling brings a rare opportunity to the hat not half over. Shopping U Good. The Brownwood merchants en- joyed an immense trade yester- day due to the extremely low prices that have been made on all lines of merchandise. The farmers are selling a consider- able portion of the cotton which they have been holding and are getting nearly twelve cents per pound for the staple. The fair weather is also helping to in- crease the volurre of business. SOMETHING SHOULD BE DONE Is Causing The IncrMte ( Catarrh hi Bro n(KxJ - Catarrhal troubles are incr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 5 December 1907

All rVl5 JsSfcliiXCS Free Safety Lock Boxes For Your Valuable Papers. I Every man woman or child who come to this BANK is treated courteously and his or her business is attended to to the besi of Oar abi ity We want your business because we know we .an ve you well and to our mutual advantage II vgu transact vour business here ycu are as- sured ot the trienc'ly interest of our b.uk and its i iticcri. Cur Customers Have Our First Consideration. Xfcit? Gitifl5ias tatloiatal ISiinU of Brownwootl I I 4- General News.l t tinitiinniniimiHH lh S L. Kohrer. a prominent Waco druggist died after a brief illness aged ."id years. He once lived in Comam-he. The comptroller t the currency has issued a rail for a statement of the condition t national lanks at the dose ot' business Dec. . The Dallas Consolidated Eleo triet Street Railway Company declined to net! half-fare tickets to pupils or involutions of higher learn inc. The Baptist board of director appropriated $250000 for mission work and app...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 5 December 1907

I li I Money Came Back As u Tvsiilt f ji unique t'jHri- inent whic'i hftrbeeti in progress long fUMgh tu show definite re- Milts. ( H. K.ss cordially indorses Horace (5rrley"s famous remark to the effect that "the w.n to re- sume is to resume. Another interest in- result of the experiment is an indisputable indication th.s there is ahum' it money jn the country disiricts of the i;Hijne.. t transact all ordi- nary business and that a strong factor in restoring the mueh-dis-eussed "public confidence " is the use of real money in business transactions. Mr. Koss is interested in a string of sixteen hanks m North Dakota and Minnesota the major portion of the-n beii g in tlv- former stale. About a week ago In- made up his mind that conditions folly wa r- ranted resumption of porrefey payments end issued orders e- eordinrl. to ; M Ins b..nks. Mr. Hoss -ilatett that the r snihp- tion of currency pavmeni hail operated to keep money in .li il- lation rather tlian to send it into h'dinT. When ...

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

I If I unu M. ; S BUFF. TSi Cooirrrn Gain Is of Great An tiquity and French Origin. Blind man's tout is of ri.-mh :r r and of very (aval antiquita. bat I . been introduced into Tun iujd In t.'. train of the Norman -oti(uoiors. P wrenco name "oiiti Maitlard." g i . e .: tu.ti 01 :l .nruve warrior. Hi. of arttoae ..its wtiM live mote H . in it chronic. .r the middle ago In the v.:r !KS Liege lechone ' among us valiant chief one Jean '. lln. Hi- acquire rhe name niaill.it I from his chosen weapon being a II ..' t. Wherewith in Paulo tic uwsl lit.- illy to-'crush his opponetita '; one f the feadi which were :.; Perpetual recurrence in thqpc time t encountered the 4 hiut de Touiain a t bed ! ..it o. ami. v.. runs the -l in t .. ur-: onset folin Ma Ilia rd los' bot! 11k eves. H ordered liis esquire to take In in l lie thirties! of tbo tight and. fin 3Usijr brandishing his mallet did audi fearful ex qtioti that victory soon dared its :' ..r bin. When lioU-rr of France beard : these feats -...

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

iupnur mill OUl plUd $m W.uuvUU rue .flan WHO twets Ahead Is the one who is prepared when opportunities offer. What better preparation can you make than by STARTING A BANK AC- COUNT. Be it ever so small for if added to every veek or month it will soon grow. Most fortunes have started from small savings. Come and see us about starting an account. We issue time certifi- cates of deposit. T. C. YANTIS President J. C. WEAKLEY. 1st Vice pres J. A. WALKER 2nd Vice Pres. MILLARD HOMINES Cashier WM. B. CROSS Asst. Cashier A. P. FORD Asat. Cashier. The ilnm ihvimmS Actional Hank "I ""i COL. BENCINI TALKS i mmmam mm m mm mmmmmmmmmmm mmmamm I -- Finan-1 1 tik BaW ? Salesman Talk see where Cecil Lyon is in Washington and will eat bear meat with thev president. Mr. Lyon favors Roosevelt for a third rerm and will be outspoken for the president when the republi- can committee meets on Friday but he hasn't succeeded in get- ting Teddy's consent to stand for election another time. Guess though not m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 6 December 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. 5 E. B Henley C VOL. 8. DAILY LETIN. Fire insurance the best. Tke kind that insures and pays you promptly when your property burns. That is the kind we write E. B. Henley (EL Co. BROWNWOOD. TEXAS. FRIDAY. DEC. 6 1907. NO. 43 BUL BACK FROM WtfO T C. Yantis Wai Elected Grand Senior Warden of Masons OTHER BROWNWOOD OFFICERS Bert Hawkins Appointed Grand Junior Deacon Eugene Posey and E Spen- cer Fry Also Honored T. C. Yantis who left here Monday to attend the 72nd an- nual convocation of the Grand Masonic Lodge of Texas and the Grand Chapter of Royal Arch Masons at Waco returned this morning and gives an enthu- siastic report of the meeting. Several Brown wood Masons were honored with offices in the Grand Lodge and in the Grand Jhapter. Mr. Yantis was given tot high position of Grand Senior wirden in the Grand Lodge of Ijekas and Bert Hawkins was appointed Grand Junior D...

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

The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietor . Entered at the Brownwood Postoffice as Second Class Mail Matter. Subscription l'or Month 60c WILL H. MAYES Manarinr Editor. H F.MAYES Bun. Manager. C. A. TUnJiEU City Editor. E. C. SEITZ Daily Circulator. K. K. KIRKPATRICK. Associate Editor W. EL DULA Foreman. Mwh Dept. . Brownwood has a choral club that is working to create a greater interest and proficiency in choral music and if the efforts meet the expectations of those most interested the time will come when Brownwood will be noted as a musical center. It is such things that make life in a place better than in towns in- different to the culture of its people. STUDY YOUR BUSINESS. Farm literature is the cheapest literature published and yet farmers as a rule do not avail themselves of it. The National government in its desire to improve farming conditions will send any applicant a monthly bulletin of its publications many of which are furnished free to anyone who will send f...

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

Win when you nj fit ubstantial Savings in T C the Roto Sale Mb I 1 $1.00 spent in our Millinery 4k4 department saves FF $2.00 spent for Ladies' Coats 4 Suits Skirts or Waists saves I you shop g the trenoot when ssle ! IS CLOSE GAMEl ZZ i "KT'" " nrZHBn m m ftic rii i vl High School and Howard Payne Second Team Tie Score. RUTLIFF MADE LONG RUN Captain of the High School Football Team Ran Sixty-Fire Yard for a Touchdown. The High School football team played the Howard Payne second team to a tie score yesterday afternoon and the game at the close of the second half stood 5 !5. Both teams succeeded in 'coring a touchdown but neither lofald kick goal. JP The Howard Payne score came as the result of line plunges through the High School team. The High School touchdown was made by Wiley RatlifT from a beautiful sixty-five yard run. RatlifT was playing defensive fullback and on a kick from the opponents he secured the pigskin and by brilliant dodging and fast running eluded the en- tire Howa...

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

Free Safety Lock Boxes For Your Valuable Papers. J. Every man. woman or child who comes to this BANK is treated courteously and his or her business is attended to to the besl 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 as- sured of the triendly interest of our bank and its officers. Our Customers Have Our First Consideration. Tlie Citizens National ISanU of Hrownwood HUH l-I il 1 ! 1 ! I'l I I I 1 M-H- General News. In Boston hanking eirelea it is b'li't'd that the r;isli (til hind ill local National hank 's vy the legal reverrc. Ilourv O. Ilavi iiu'vcr. president of the Amci lean Refining Com- pany ilii-tl at j. n yesterday at his home Dear Qumack L. 1. Ho hail boon ill with au attack of acnte indigestion lr teveral days. Thursday's developments in the dispute between the Fort Worth city commission ai'd the Board of Trade over the surface water reservoir proposed by the com- miss...

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

TO SUBMIT CURRENCY BILL Newly Appointed Committee . Nearer Together Then They Ever Have Been on the Matter. Washington Dec .".The new- ly appointed house committee on banking and currency held its tirst meetinc tori a v n oiijuiii two and one-half hours in dis cussing the currency (juestion. At the conclusion of the meeting several of the members stated that as a result of the confer- ence the members of the com- mittee were now nearer together than they ever had been before notwithstanding the same men with the exception of three composed the committee during the fifty ninth congress. The only definite action taken at this initial meeting was the authorizing of the chairman to appoint a subcommittee of the to draft and submit a currency bill. There will be no hearings before the committee until the subcom- mittee has finished its task and the completed draft is in the hands of the chairman. The committee has apparently agreed that it will sanction no move to increase the bulk of pa...

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

A -V. PARIS IN 1869. Never Had the Emp.-e Seemed Mor Assured the Court More Brilliant. The last flicker of the candle t inst dame of i lu dying lire is ever 1 1 bright -i. K" U XN;S I';"'is ' Never bad the empire stvimil more assured the court mure brilliant the fetes more gorgeous. The light heuit td Parisians ivvolttl in the daily sight of royal pr ssions anil cavalcade The ! ifcs de Boulogne and the Cham; Elysees. where we were living at th;. time were crowded with splendi equipages. ' remember often sc. ii the Kmpn-ss Lugenle. then the ban.. Boniest woman in KuroH driving . 'it ; dsumeUt the green and gold li ertes of the postilions and out! i ;. taking a brave show. Nor were fit i horses Bud postilions the privilege royalty n.one Princess Metlerni the wife of the Austrian sinbaaaado of ea went out iu similar stylo. 1 li oeautlfitl Mine. d Canisy sad th. Duchs- de Mouchy the empto greatest and perhaps only intim.it Mead and iist of court ladies hai r ually drove -''it in great s...

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

V Capital and Surplus $20000000 The Man Who Gets Ahead OffioerA T. C. YANTIS President J. C WEAKLEY. 1st Vxe Pres. J. A. WALKER 2nd Vice Pres. MILLARD ROMINES Cashiei WM. B. CROSS Asst. Cashier A. P. FORD Asst. Cashier. Is the one who is prepared when opportunities offer. What better preparation can you make than by STARTING A BANK AC- COUNT. Be it ever so small for if added to every week or month it will soon grow Most fortunes have started from small savings. Come and see us about starting an account. We issue time 'certifi- cates of deposit. Thv Brmvsnvood National Bank. Salesman Talk "I see where Cecil Lyon is in Washington and will eat bear meat with the president. Mr. Lyon favors Roosevelt for a third term and will be outspoken for the president when the republi- can committee meets on Friday but he hasn't succeeded in get- ting Teddy's consent to stand for election another time. Guess though not many people are go- ing to refuse the presidency if offered them. I hope the bear...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 7 December 1907

71 DAILY BULLETIN. Fire insurance the best. The kind that insures and pays you promptly when your property burns. That is the kind we write E. B. Henley Co. I i I Winter is ot. now the time when fires are more frequent. Look well to you insurance. If you need any let us wr;te it. B. B. Henley 15 Co. NO. 44 BROWN WOOD. TEXAS SATURDAY. DEC. 7 107. VOL.8. II D i L0SI0N m of Cranberries Put on a Gunpowder Stunt Today DAMAGED THE RESIDENCE McCauley was badly frightened and for a moment was at loss to understand the cause of the ex plosion. Her burns were slight but Very painful. Train Was Late The East bound Santa Fe Pas- senger train due here at 6:10 last nitrht was three hours late due to bad engines. The pas- Home of Mrs. L. s. McCauley Wa the j senger engine "went dead" be- Scene of Most Unusual Oc tween Talpa and Benoit and the curence. freight engine which was sent to A terrific explosion which was j bring the train in also went to heard for more than a block in the bad and the" Ba...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 7 December 1907

The Daily Bulletin MAYES FRINT1NG COMPANY Proprietor . Sntered at the Brownwtxd Postoffice as Second Class Mail Matter. Subscription Per Month.. .50o WILL H. MAYKS Managing Editor. H F. MAYKS. Business Maimer. Q. A. TFNNKLL. City Flitor. E C. SEITZ Daily Circulator. K. E. K IRKPATRICK Associate Editor ST. K. DULA Foreman Mech Dept. FLOWERS TEACH NEATNESS. We hope all who read this column will endeavor to keep a few flowers in the home. In addition to their beauty and fra- grance they teach neatness and order. The wife and children like to have a clean room so that the flower in its purity and grace may not shame them. And then too a poor man likes to feel that he has an ornament in his dwelling similar to that which a rich man chooses as the best embelishment of his draw- ing room. The cottage and the mansion differ very much in structure and furniture but a pretty flower.carefully watered and tended blooms as well in a cottage as in a palace window. Then the flower speaks to the in...

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