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

Holi- day Rates to Old States in Southeast very a. re low this year If you expect to make a Thru Sleepers trip just call on any Santa Fc agent. He wil i uote you rah sand explain train service. Or Address JV. S. Keenan G. P. A. Galveston GASQN NOT NERVOUS Did Not Care To Talk To Sheriff But Spoke To Record Conscriptions for the Army. When an army official talks of the possibility of conscription to fill up the ranks of the United States regular army his remarks must be taken in a .Pickwickian sense. It is true we must main- tain standing army but it is also true that the army we need is so small in proportion to the total population of the country that conscription is a measure beyond all possibility of adoption. There is an easy way to fill up the ranks of the army if recruits are few and deserters many. That is to make the conditions of service pleasnter than they have been. Just as any other trade or calling will attract or cease to attract men according as its relative fad vanta...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 7 December 1907

i 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 besi of or 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- r sured of the friendly interest of our bank and its cificers. Our Customers Have Our First Consideration. Tlie Citicns Xntinnnl Honk of Brownwood Vll TT13 Same -T-f. f General NewsJ 1IIH. I. MUM. .Ml. I l . S YVilli.mi 't" San An- tonio is conduct itif a rotratf uic'ctiinr with the Baptist rhurrli at' linnly. ' ' It. W. Swells-. n kil'cd his form- er wilV. sh.t her husband in three .place. Mid thn committed Mii- eide three miles north of Smith- viLle. Sueiivt.n expiring on the bosom of Ids ex-wife. As a result ot a three-handed pistol fighl at a fightltg camp twenty miles west of Mansfield K. K. Wilson and V. K. Smart are dead and the third participant Wilson's hro...

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

Garnctt's Store Boy j A I wus reedin in a book the uther day wear a boy went a fishin on Sunday an ketched a lot uf catfish. His ma shore did wallup him fur it an sed it wus a sin tu go fisfcin on Sunday an onlyst bad boys went fishin on Sundays an tole him he shore wuld git punshed fur it an he did caus the nex Wensday he wus warkin long wen Jie stubd his tow. As the perfesser sed onstryu cant scape the rath uv a roc in the rode no moen yu can scape a bookagunt. spechuly ef its a lade. But enyhow the boss sed tu the boys in the stoare tu aim stedy an let no gilty man tu scape wen they cum in the stoare tu by crismus things enfac I dont se how enybody kn git way caus the Howard Payne Scores on The boss hes nocked the profuts Elks With a Place Kick watever that menes. outer al hoi- &K GAME WAS CLEAN AND PRETTY iisp fur em after crismus. Then xmas Is Coming. Our CANDY is going. The people know where to get the best. They know it's Fresh and Pure. Wholesale and Retail. FRANhtS Cand...

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

1 I THEATRE TALK NO. I WHEN HENRY WADSWORTH LONG- FELLOW ANNOUNCED THAT ART IS LONG AND TIME LS FLEETING ' be could not bare been thinking cf Jiamahc rt. Tbe only successful r'avs njadeout cf his works were made by oth -r haofia than his. But bis statement i 1.1 it h ir.cludeu dr.n tt;c GOyr. CLAYS ( S 1 Bit U r I of nioaatfias ; Lnaj pTOOt GOO I HFVta DIE t srn.U ft Mill) PLAYS NEVER DIE. Thc v .- ir.tr. i .t itm of corr pud eusp-nded animation that lasts m 'irnes lurytaip and iOirrf'.me-: for pMtviies hut il they are gaoi plays they wiil l.voand make the. r appe;:.f.n.-2 at the ;r.orL unexpected times and uniei the mosi unusual rirriUlmas It is Mesibteto sreontho stage trxlay PLAYS TKir wrE se-;n hundreds of TEAKS AGO. All Shakespeare was acted btforc the death of its auch.r. The plays cf ITarlow and Ben Johnson Shakespeare's ccn. mperanes nd ot Beaumqtt and i. Cher h predecessors till hold tb staje. WITHIN LIMITS MORE ClKCDM. STANT1AL THAN THOSE THAT INCLUDE THE CENU TRIES IX IS ...

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

Capital and Surplus $2000001 The Man Who Gets 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 vveek 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 Fres J. A. WALKER 2nd Vice Pres. MILLARD ROMINES Cashiej WM. B. CROSS Asst. Cashier A. P. FORD Asst. Cashier. Tin- ilrmvinvoori Actional Bank. ! I Salesman Talk "Hey there you bit? "wind jammer" you told me that the Elks were going to win that foot ball game and I bet all my sur- plus cash on them. How do you suppose I am going to buy Christmas presents now. If I were one of that big bunch of "huskies" I certainly would stay in hiding for a while if I let them children beat me. I've got it in for the Elks about $7 worth because we always go on the plan here th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 9 December 1907

DAILY BULLETIN. TORNADO Insurance E. B. Henley & Co. FIRE INSURANCE E. B. Henley & Q. NO. 45 VOL. 8 BROWNWOOD. TEXAS. MONDAY. DEC. 9 107. wii WOOD Caught in Shafting of Gin and Suffers Serious Injury. RIGHT ARM BROKEN TWICE and with a broken arm he was holding fast to a belt that kept him from being killed outright. A message from the Wood farm this morning states that the young man did not rest well! last night and that he has eon siderable fever. COilllONo BETTER C. H. Bencini Says Outlook Much Brighter Than it Was is Body Bruited and Bdne in Arm Broken and the Young Man Pretty Badly Beaten Up. Word Wood son of Mr. and Mrs. Doug Wood was seriously injured Saturday afternoon by Masquerade skate Friday tight. Fighting Two-Cent Fare The local Santa Fe ticket agent has reoeived notification that rates of one and a third fare will be put on for the holidays. A being caught in the shafting of Peouliar feature of th ratee hiB tK rrln ot ITlUinc TCVw trh Y T tiO W6 V 6r 18 1119 IC...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 9 December 1907

The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietor . Entered at the Brown wood Postoffice as Second Class Mail Matter. Subscription Per Month. WILL H. MAYES lUnsging Editor. H F. MAYES Business Manager. C. A. TINNKLL. City Editor. E. C. SEITZ. Daily Circulator. E. E. KIRKPATKKK Associate Editor W. K. DlLA Foreman. Mech Dept. A BRIGHT FOOL. The Dallas Times-Herald aptly remarks that the victory of Attorney General Davidson in ousting the Waters-Pierce receiver appointed by the Federal court shows that for a "fool and an idiot" Davidson is certainly a most remarkable success. STUDYING OTHER THINGS NOW. Richmond Pearson Hobson has temporarily turned his atten- tion from his war with Japan and is now engaged in two more pleasing pastimes. He is looking after a young son who came into his home on Thanksgiving day.and is endeavoring to get the government to experiment on manufacturing fertilizers out of cotton stalks. If he will use either theme in his lectures next season there will be...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 9 December 1907

You Can Save More Money i-' i mr t i . Holi- day Rates to Old States in Southeast are low this vry year Ji you expect to make a Thru Sleeper trip just call on any Santa 1L Fe agent. He will quote you rates and explain train service. Or Address W. S. Keenan. G. P. A. Galveston FOR KILLING ANTELOPE five Parties Accused end Offer to Plead Guilty R. W. Lorance chief deputy to State Game Warden Woods is in tbe city and on Friday was noti- fied by phone message from a j point in Southwest Texas that five parties wera known to have enoi and kild antelope in violation of law. Tne message was from an of- ficer ic the county in which the offense is admitted to have oc- curred and Mr. Lorance was ad vised that tne parties were will ing to plead guilty if a compro mise in tbe matter of fines and oosts could be agreed on. flrftnHa. each narty -.i;cm1tv to the offense al- J9 IUC 1- " ' - m ia .ih to fine nd costs amounting to $37.70 th nrtie -link is uiiu oui" r - --- rather steep. Mr Loranoe wil...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 9 December 1907

f 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 trfc the besi of oar ability. We want your business because we know wc . an sei ve you well and to our mutual advantage. If you transact your biness here you are as- sured of the lriendly interest of our bank and its ft-.ccrs. Our Customers Have Our First Consideration. The Oitl253i5 National Bank of Hrownwood I 1 I 1 t I M lT'I IH'M"M"I"M I General News.i Four masked men effected an entrance to the Southern ware- house of the Oliver-Finne Groc- ery Company at Memphis and after beating the watchman into insensibility dynamited the safe and escaped with $2400. Mrs. William J. Bryan and her daughter sailed on the steamer Freiderich der Grosse for Europe and will spend the winter in the Holy Land. Mr. Bryan met his wife and daughter in Pittsburg on Wednesday and after spend- ing a short time with them started west en route for his...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 9 December 1907

SNAILS FOR FOOD. 1 Fi.tiriV to Them In . I Oiore: fcvv.- - Many Cities c: Europe. France preuilfei' shall produc- ing ...it...... .ItliottgB Austria. Havana ami Switzerland hav IlKSMMa "f snail frmm srfcere ih- 'mo eaear. gots are rataes and Atteaad as ttom leave Tke demsad Mils in taste is far loo srcsl for as supply to u- kfl l ehsaee aid thus it comes HlH.ut that mmMI fanning is an impor taut industry r.iris alone comsmaa Lmuui between Sepvmtier Sod &sj. ErWs th.-M- litti- creatures art- at their - ..t Hm f KiiroiH are store-. xmas Is Cc4 ing. CANDY IS eoing. The people know where to get the best. Thev know it's Week This 1 I t I. I t Fresh and Pure. Wholesale and Retail. FRAME'S Candy factory CUTTING LftST CROP Alfalfa Growers Have Advan- tage of Extremely Late Season. FIVE CROPS THIS SEASON Although Weather Ha Been Unurually Dry the Alfalfa Crop Ha Yielded Five Cuttings. The few laud owners wHjM ha e their soil sown to a Italia .round l.rownwo.Hl Reed no more direct r forci...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 9 December 1907

Christmas Goods We have an extensive line of holiday goods and are ready now to book your orders. In addition to the eeneral line of drupeists sundries such as DRESSING CA9B8 COLLAR and CUFF BOXES SHAVINU MUGS TOILET SOAPS CUT GLASS BOTTLES PERFUMES. POCK- ET Cl'TTLERY RAZORS FINE STATION- ERY etc. we have a large and varied line of rr o y t o 1ust the kind that appeals to the little people. We have POLLS. TEDDY BEARS IRON TOYS AIR GUNS WAGONS CARTS DOLL BUG- GIES WHI8TLB9 EIRE WORKS of all de- scription. Drums and many other arnueinc toys. Our prices are lower than anybody. 058 Shropshire Drug Co. On Public Square. STREET TAX PROBLEM Alderman Interested in Proposi- tion for Better Street. to The .Juliet in: Yh le 1 ! nt feel called upon to five the public my reasons for ftpy rote thai I may fast as alder- man. in the conscientious dis- rharsr'' of my duty. 1 d tl that with referenee to the proposed per capita street tax some people may jret an etTotaVotts impreaaton n it. ami its n...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 9 December 1907

Capital and Surplus S200.dt0.00 To be Strong; To be Liberal; To be Prompt. . To serve its depositors well and truly holding their interests identical with its own; to grant as generous terms as arc consistent with sound banking to welcome the small account as cordially as the large one; to be satisfied with small margins of profit in its business transactions and to give its customers a fair measure of its success is the policy of our bank. We furnish safety lock boxes to our customers free of charge We issue time certificates of deposit. We solicit your business. The ifirowiitxMMl ;ilion;tl Bank J. Offlofirsi T. C. YANTIS President J. C. WEAKLEY. 1st Vice Pres. J. A. WALKER 2nd Vice Pres. MILLARD ROMINES Cashier WM. B. CROSS Asst. Cashier A. P. FORD Asst. Cashier. If Salesman Talk 4 'Say. what do you think about these burglar people working the town so hard lure of late" said a salesman this morning "i don't se why we ean't t?tt hold of some of them. Them blood hound don't wen to b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 10 December 1907

DAILY BULLETIN. FIRE INSURANCE E. B. Henley & Co. TORNADO Insurance E. B. Henley & Co. VOL. 8. BROWNUOOD. TEXAS TUESDAY. DEC. 10 107 NO. 46 GAUGH it I IN THE ACT I Boy of Prominent Family Caught Shoplifting. WARNINGS ARE GIVEN Brownwood Merchants Will SUnd for no Depredations by Shop- lifters. A small boy son t f a very prominent lamily. was detected stealing some merchandise in one of the prominent stores of the city this morning and the city marshal was notified and the youth arrested. The boy pleaded earnestly and declared that this was his first offense. The mer- chant then agreed not to prose- cute in this case but declares that warning is now issued to all shoJifiers that the full limit of the law will be given to all who are caught in a similar offense. Every Christmas during the holiday rush the merchants suffer loss of numerous articles of value by the work of the professional shoplifters. In most cases these thefts are committed by small boys and when they commit o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 10 December 1907

The Daily Bulletin MAYES PPINTING COMPANY Proprietor . Entered at the Brownwood Postoffice as Second Class Mail Matter. Subscription Per Month. 50c WILL H. MAYES Managing Editor. H F. MAYKS Business Manager. C. A . Tl'NNKLL. City Editor. E C. SEITZ. Daily Circulator. K. K. K IRK PATRICK Associate Editor V. U. DTLA Foreman. Mech Dept. WHAT CAN YOU DO? That's what the world is asking you. Not who you are. Not what ou are; But this one thing the world demands What can you do with your brain or hands? Once show the world what you can do. And it will quickly honor you And call you great ; Or soon or late Before success can come to you The world must know what you can do. ' 'ff.r-"' .''' . 1 Tl-r Up then 0 soul and do your best! Meet like a man the world's great test. What can you do? Gentile or Jew No matter what you are or who Be brave and show what you can do? The Watchman. WHAT IS MR. ADAMS TRYING TO DO? About two weeks ago Frederick Upham Adams appeared at Houston and offered the pap...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 10 December 1907

m Men's Clothing at 25 o o Discount. MEANS THE SAVING OF QUITE A NEAT SUM IN THE PUR- CHASE OF A GOOD SUIT. :: :: :: :: :: A KUPPENHEIMER SUIT at the regular price is the cheapest suit one can huy It will wear longer and afford greater satisfaction in the wearing. Not only are materials and workmanship the best but every- thing that a particular man desires in his clothes. Style Pattern and exclusiveness are fulfilled in a Kuppen heimer garment. Kuppenheimer Suits that sold at from $15.00 to $25.00 now may be had for $11.25 To $18.75 A good line of cheaper Clothing if you want it at the same discount. Overcoats and Odd Trousers in the sale too at OneFourth Off. ROGERS DRY GOODS CO. IMoli day Rates to Old States in Southeast very evre low this year lf you expect to make a Thru Sleepers k m J trip just call oft'' any Santa Fe agent. He will quote you rates and explain train service. Or Address W. S. Keenan G. P. A. Galveston BOY STRANGLES EAGLE. Youth of 10 Seized Bird by Neck and Kil...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 10 December 1907

i Holiday Suggestions r WHAT TO BUY WHERE TO BUY Xmas I i 9 Holiday Buying Should Be Done Now. Every day's delay means that you must choose from a smaller selection. Unless you look over our stock you cannot pos- sibly know of the great variety .of goods nor can you imagine how beautiful they are either in value or attractiveness. Our stock is very large but the way we are selling our Christmas Goods the selection will not last long. Come and look over our stock we know you will buy. Gamp-Bell Drug Co. RAH Stone nt' Missouri. Simmons of North Carblitui ;nxl Wwhmils of ; Nevada. It is stilted lv an intimate friend of Mr. Bryan that in the event tin- Nebraskan is nominat- ed he will ask ex-Gov. W. I.. .Mr. M. Mi Baker died at his home in Columbus. Texas. Satur- day afternoon lie has heen tnui- lled with a heart aff'eetion the past fi e years and (luring the past year he has been foiling hi strength rapidly. He had been Confined at home for three Weeks. 1 ) il I irl IDS lit' 1 Ot!Uilll...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 10 December 1907

Dl'ftEAR BULLETS A Sheriff Who Was as Brave a He Was fender Hearted. HOW HE COLLECTED A DEBi The Man Who Owed the Money Wr- Well Able to Pay and the Grim De- termined Old Sheriff Made Him Real ize That It Wat Time to Pay. There is u spot in the memory of Greene county. Pa. sacred to Jim Cot? irray one time sheriff whose heart was as tender as his courape was stout As he came down the steps of the courthouse one day in Waynosbnrj: e white haired old man near at hattaj who had been waiting for him fired ;:t him three times from a revolver. Cos- fray quickly walked over to him. took his gun away and said: "Now look here daddy if you d that again 111 prosecute you." It had fallen to Cosgray in the (In -of duty to serve an execution on the Id man. who. worried by financial dif- ficulties had got lopsided mentally ai ! conceived the idea that Cosgray was personally responsible for his troul'le. The late Judge A. E. Wilson of Data town was ut that time holding court i.i Waynesburg and had ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 10 December 1907

All The JSoirxe Free Safety Lock Boxes For Your Valuable Papers. - . . m f .1 i 1 I . l! ML Ltl-i Every man woman or child who comes to this BANK is treated courteously and his or her business ts atienaea co io me oesi oi of aoimy. We want your business because we know we can serve you an serve you well and to our mutual advantage n you transact your justness nere you arc s- sured of the friendly interest of our bank and its officers. Our Customers Have Our First Consideration. Tl5 O it 15 National Bank of Brownwood THE SHOEMAKERS ART. Has Been Respected Since the (Very Earliest Days of Civilization. A few winters ago I paused a day among the wonderfully dec- orated tombs in the cemetery of what was once Memphis urjon the western bank of the Nile. One of the show places is the remarkable underground palace that the illustrious Queen of the fifth dynasty (i. e. about 4500 years ago) constructed for her final resting place. It consists of a great court 40 by 60 feet as I remember and ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 10 December 1907

V; . ' y Capital and Surplus $200.(000 To Ik-Strong; To be Liberal; To be Prompt. To serve its depositors well and truly holding their interests identical with its own; to grant s generous terms as are consistent with sound banking to welcome the small account as cord.ally as the large one; to be satisfied whb small margins of profit in its business transactions and to give its customers a fatr measure of its success .s the policy of our bank. We furnish safety lock boxes to our customers Free of charge. We Issue time certificates of deposit. We solicit your business. Salesman Talk "Say what do you think about these burglar people working the town so hard here of late ' ' said a salesman this morning. "I don't se why vre can't get hstd of some of them. Them blood hounds don 't seem to be of much value anyway. I am going to turn de- tective and then I bet we catch a batch of them." Speaking of burglars we are selling a lot of our notions so cheap that a fellow thinks he has stolen th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 11 December 1907

P""m DAILY BULLETIN. Nov is the time to take oat an ACCIDENT POLICY. We write the best. E. B. HENLEY & Co. rrmit raff n e. a rk1 n tarry wJUNchaVC CO. VOL. 8 frf BROWNWOOD. 1 EXAS. WEDNESDAY DEC. 11 107. NO. 47 BARN IS BURNED lieved by Bill Shultz to Have Been Set on Fire. OFFICERS ARE TELEPHONED Bat Distance ia ao Great That Couldn't Make the Trip in Time to do Good With the Dogs. Sheriff Emison received a tele- phone message from Bill Shultz who lives two miles south of Rising Star who reported that his barn had been destroyed by fire and that he had reason to believe the fire was started by some one who had it in for him. Sheriff Emison tried to get a livery team but could not find n4 tfc go the distance and then he cried to get an auto to take tee dogs to the scene of the fire to see if a trail could be picked up but the service autos were out of commission aid so the project was abandoned. Mr Shultz reports that he had considerable corn and hay in the barn and that it was a...

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