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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 11 December 1907

n can mm fhe Daily Bulletin MAYES POINTING COMPANYtiProFrietor . 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. B C. SEITZ Daily Circulator. E.E. KIKKPATRICK Associate Editor W. R DULA Foreman Mech Dept. In look in over the society columns of one of the city papers the numerous "showers" given a popular intended bride suggests the thought that the word used is becoming a misnomer and should be changed to "floods." In fashionable society a bride who hasn't been showered until she is fairly soaked feels that all her friends have forgotten her. The Ballinger Banner-Leader boasts that eggs are worth 36 cents a dozen in Ballinarer while they are only worth 30 cents in Brownwood and that butter sells there for 25 cents a pound the year round. This may be an inducement that will impel Brown- wood people to move to Ballinger but it looks more like an argu- ment t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 11 December 1907

r table Sale of Ladies Ready-to-wear Off. permit put on VOL. 8 urn; Tt f a a ! r a twt rl raly this sale presents a golden opportunity with a "golden saving to the purchaser ot women s apparel. We are giving a straight discount of 33 13 per cent on all of our Ladies' Suits Coats Waists and Skirts. You know the quality of the gar- ments we sell. Perhaps there is even now in this stock some Coat Suit Skirt Waist or Kimona you've oft admired and heartily wished for but the price was a little more than you cared to pay. & Don't you think the present reduction will bring the price within your limit? It will. This big cut in Readyjto wear prices will bring any garment in our house within the reach of all. Buy a Good Garment Now at the Priee of the Ordinary. The newest styles the best and prettiest material correct and careful tailoring are essential parts in every first-class garment and these are carefully looked to in our buying. ROGERS DRY GOODS CO. Holi- day Rates to Old States in...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 11 December 1907

mm Good Things To Eat We have made ample preparations to care for your holiday wants in the wav of the good things to eat. We have H1ENZ MINCE MEAT in bulk QUEEN OLIVES in bulk MANGOES DILL PICKLES RAISINS CITRON CURRANTS and other es sentials to a Christmas dinner. We also have FRUIT CAKE in boxes. They are more like "mother used to make" than anv you ever ate. Our full line of GROCERIES is FRESH and PURE. If you have not been our customer Why is it? Phone 40 if Busy 440. JNO. D. QUINN. Successor to C L CIDDENS. 1 I 1 1 I I I 1 1 I' I I I 1 1 I I I I I H-l - General Newsi State Attorney .John J. Healy announced publh-ly that he tfould enforce the laws so as to close sa- loons in Chicago on Sunday. This announcement came in an address he delivered at a meeting of the Men's Club of St. refers' Episco- pal church. The mines of (Joldfield are to be reopened. The wage scale is to be reduced. No members of the "Western Federation of Miners will be given employment. Mean- while men will b...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 11 December 1907

put on E. B. 8 I 4SENSE. mtft tVLi VVom the Lips of the YcL.-.rrters. Fnald why arc von qr bead ? Small !f7ilil- 'Caute I'm the lv one that knows whore it itche . Little Elmer Mamma. Dleasc a give me another lump of sugar foi my coffee. I dropped mine. Mamma Where did you drop it dear? Little Elmer 1 dropped it in in mv coffee. Little Allen Papa has every- body got a soul ? Papa I suppose so my son. Little Allen Well papa do you think you could open your month wide enough so I could look do..! your throat and see if you have om ? One morning Uncle Bob was en- gaged in shaving himself and hi small nephew was an interested spectator. Clarence" said his uncle "don't you want me to shave you too?" "No umle." Replied the little f -low. "My whiskers ain't ripe yet." "Mamma." said little John "where do good little boy? go?" "To heaven dear" replied hi mother. 'But I mean when they are alh i ." paid the little fellow. "I don't know" answered tin- mother. "I suppose they stay at home." "I th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 11 December 1907

i -Vi in ah Tlxe w ame 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 We want your business because we know we can serve you well and to our mutual advantage. If you transact your business here you e sured of the friendly interest of our bank and its officers. " Our Customers Have Our First Consideration. Tle Oitleras National Bank of Brownwood 1 J The merchant who is invest- ing his money in space in the Daily Bulletin is reaping his share of the holiday trade. The Bulletin is received daily in three fourths of the homes of Brown- wood at a time when the people have time and inclination to read. These people scan the columns of the paper every evening for hints and! suggestions that will aid them in the selection and purchase of their holiday gifts. Nothing escapes them. The cir- culation of the paper is steadily climbing up and will at the pres- ent rate so...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 11 December 1907

THE RESOURCES. Loans Over Drafts mostly cotton United States Bonds (at par) ni;rf Hmi Furniture and Fixtures LJaiin1" Other Real Estate Rrrlemotion Fund Osh on Hand and with other Total Salesman Talk 'Saw what do you think about these burglar people working the town so hard here of late." aid a salesman this morning. "I don't se why we can't get held 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 catoh a batch of them." Speaking of burglars we are selling a lot of our notions so cheap that a fellow thinks he has stolen them. We want the people to come aad look us over for anything in the drug line and we will not fail to please them. Renfro s If your eyes trouble you see Dr. Winters over Brooke Smith Bank Guy L. Jones is spending the day at Coleman on businem Let H. G. Scharrenbeck the tailor at T. L. Crawford's meas- ure you for your holiday suit now is the time to give your ardera. Judge Goodwin came in la...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 12 December 1907

DAILY BULLETIN. Now it the time to taUftt an ACCIDENT POLIOtf'We write the belt E. B. HENLEY & Q. NOTICE To tliC merchants wjy carry fireworks. Don't failffl have mit put on your E. B. HENLEY & CO. NO. 48 BROWNWOOD. TEXAS. THURSDAY. DEC. IP. 1907. VOL. 8 per 1 T V j wee wentieth Century Club Pro gram. ember 17 1907. oil Call- uotations from William Cul- ien Bryant. Lesson in Chautauquan. Leader-Miss Clark. Lesson in "American Litera- ture" Chapter L Leader Miss Sarah Clark. Music Mrs. Fowler. Parliamentary Drill Leader- Mrs. Goodwin. Current Topics. Hostess Mrs. Grove. Elizabeth Wright Sec. Every body goes to Majestic. Business is Light. Business with the Santa Fe railroad ion the San Angelo branch is lighter than has been known for many years. The local trains to Ballinger and An- tan thic mnmino hadorilv a few I cars each whereas they are usual- ly loaded to the engine's capacity. The freight business is becom ing so light that some of the crews are expecting to be called ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 12 December 1907

ir The Daily Biklletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Toprictor Sintered at the Brownwood Postoffice as Second Class Mail Matter. Subscription Per Month 50c WILL H. MAYES Managing Editor. H. F. MAYES Business Manatrer. C. A. TUNNELL City Editor. X. C. 8EITZ. Daily Circulator. E. E. KIRK PATRICK Associate Editor W. R. DULA Foreman. Mech Dept. THE MAN WHO WINS. The man who wins is the man who works The man who toils while the next man shirks; The man who stands in his deep distress With his head held high in the deadly press- Yes he is the man who wins. The man who wins is the man ho knows The value of pain and the worth of woes Who a lesson learns from the man who fails And a moral finds in his mournful wails. Yes he is the man who wins. The man who wins is the man who stays In the unsought paths and the rocky ways And perhaps who lingers now and then To help some failure to rise again Yes he is tne man who wins. -Exchange. The night prowler or prowlers seen a few times about yards and homes...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 12 December 1907

The Panic Has No Terrors jpr those who arc taking advantage of the extremely low prices made in the Rogers Sale .ach day people realize more the genuineness of this sale and the great saving to be derived from the sharp and unusual reductions. It would be a marked money shortage that the price reductions we are making would not counteract. Financially the gain is yours and the loss ours but the pleasure is yours in the saving and ours in the unloading J th 7 f 'Holi- day Rates to Old States In Southeast very low this year y tIf you expect to make a Tfcra trip just call on any Santa Fe agent. He will quote you rates and explain train service. Or Address) W. S. Keenan G. P. A. Galvaston MOTION FOR REHEARING Constitutionality of Search and Seizure Act Questioned. Austin Dec. 11. Motions for rehearing were today filed in the supreme court by the relators in the cases of exparte Milt Dupree and John Byrd. These proceed ings are under the act of the ieth legislature commonly knwto m the s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 12 December 1907

-. - - - - V Good Things To Eat We have made ample preparations to care for your holiday wants in the way of the pood things to eat. We have HIEXZ MINCE MEAT in bulk QUEEN OLIVES in bulk MANGOES DILL PICKLES RAISINS CITRON CURRANTS and other es sentials to a Christmas dinner. We also have FRUIT CAKE in boxes. They are more like "mother used to make" than any you ever ate. Our full dine of GROCERIES is FRESH and PURE. If yoh have not been our customer Why is it? Phone 40 if Busy 440. JNO. D. QVINN. Successor to C. L CIDDENS. in ; 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i m 1 1 1 1 M I General News; Excitement prevails as the re- sult of an oil strike on C. H. Rock's place eight miles down the Nueces from Cotulla. L. C Tate of Kings Mountain N. C reported to the police of Dallas that be had on the preced- ing night been held up and rob- bed of $380. Tate is a stranger in the city. Two alleged night riders. Will Gray and Ed Cook died at May- field. Ky.. as the result of wounds received during the visit of...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 12 December 1907

7 & Th I I 1 j iar I IB. COSTLY CLOTHES. Cestumea Worn by One Mjk of London Boy ChoristKS As a rule boys are not disposed to be overproud of their clothes but a lad whose Sunday suit cosu. some 40 and is of so striking a chs&u eter that it is considered unsafe for bin to walk abroad in it alone might he mseu ior Deing a trine "stuck up" this connection. Yet in London every Sunday there are ten Doys who are thus expensive- ly and brilliantly habited. They are the ten choristers belonging to bia majesty's chapel in 4Bt. James' pal- ace and truly gorgeous are they when arrayed in their "state suits.' Scarlet cloth ts the foundation of the costume and bands of royal purple between rows of heavy olu lace are the adorning of it. Grand est of all. old lace ruffles are ferorn at the nec k and wrists but these are ao valuable and difficult to repla that it must be a -special occasion warrant their being donned whin lawn bands being substituted as a general thing. A boy has to exercis...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 12 December 1907

ATI i fcirxxt? B-"aBar -aav aw. . Free Safety Lock Boxes For Your Valuable Papers. - f mip I - . . mmmm . . . J t I.. Ua Ar kaf fci i alasM-SI c art?nrli"l tn to the sweSt of OJf abllltV. Evcrv man woman or chi d who comes to this bAJNrv is treated wOuricu-iy uu - w r . r"" ar ' w we know we can serve you well and to our mutual advantage. If you transact your business here you are as TT w W UI T WW w-ww-ww www .... m t i i i : ; - r- t sured'ot the tnenaiy tnteresoi our d-bk. juiu u iuwww. Our Customers Have Our First Consideration. National Bank of Brown wood The Citizens I E TALKS Vice President and General Man ager of banta Fe Here. 1MPR0VEMENTSNEEDED HERE Santa Fe Officials Say That Brown wood Will Surely Be the Next City on the Line for Improvement. A private car carrying Vice President and General Manager Pettibone General Superinten dent Maxon and Division Su perintendent Hull of the Santa Fe passed through Brownwood this morning en route west on a tour of inspection of the S...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 12 December 1907

1 No. 4695 Statement of the Condition of v THE BROWNWOOD NATIONAL. BANK Brownwood Texas at the Close of Business Dec. 3 1907. Capital and Surplus $20000000 A RESOURCES. Loans ...... $338.834 91 Over Drafts mostly cotton 34908.55 United States Bonds (at par) 100000.00 Banking House Furniture and Fixtures r 10000.00 Other Real Estate 100.00 Redemption Fund 5000.00 Cash on Hand and with other Banks 134151.68 Total $622995.17 LIABILITIES. Capital $100000.00 Surplus 100000.00 Undivided Profits 14849.76 Circulation 100000.00 Deposits 254b0726 Rediscounts 26138.15 Bills Payable and Time Certificates of Deposit 27.500.00 . Total. $622995.17 T. C. YJflrTIS President J. C WEAKLEY 1st Vice Pres. J. A. WALKER 2nd Vice Pres. ) MILLARD ROMINES Cashia WM. B. CROSS Asst. Cashier A. P. FORD Asst. Cashier. 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 we can't get hold of some of them. Them blood ho...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 13 December 1907

DAILY BULLETIN. take oat merchants who carry ICY. Wc fireworks. --Don't fail to have permit put oh your policies. E. B. HENLEY & Co. C D."nLnLL I OX KJJ. NOTICE eW if tea time to anltS3(DHlT POL wrte the best. i n VOL. 8 tlCHARITY COMMITTEE BROWNWOOD. TEXAS. FRIDAY. DEC. 13 1907 NO. "49 Exalted Ruler James H. Baker Make the Appointments. LADIES TO DISTRIBUTE FUNDS Will Cn vsta the City and Recommend Thoe Found in Actual Need Elks Interested In Work. At a recent meeting of the Elks lodge it was decided to con- tribute $100 to Christmas char- ity the amount to be distributed by a committee of ladies among the poor of the city. The com- mittee was appointed last night by Exalted Ruler James H. Baker a4d consists of Mesdames C. J. Tannehill J. I. Clingman and I) K. Renfro. The ladies will make a canvass of the city and superintend the distribution of the funds toys and provisions procured by the lodge. The movement is a worthy one and the example could be follow- ed by other lodges ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 13 December 1907

'jaaeMBBBai w I In For the rellent and cm xale by 2M mm i mm ' v I i ast 91 I m 1 - mm m. 1 tbJa . m oiom i i I i . m f l The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietor . catered at the Brown wood Postoffice as Second Class Mail Matter. Subscription Per Month 50c WILL H. MAYES Managing Editor. H. F. MAYES Business Manager. C. A. TUN NELL City Editor. B C. SEITZ Daily Circulator. E. E. KIRKPATRICK Associate Editor W. R. DULA Foreman Mech Dept. Editor Tom Perkins has been a member of the Mother's Club in his home town for two months now without being elected president Is Perkins' popularity to get a boost intojthe state senate? The San Angelo Press-News card. Down here the people pay Trains are expected soon after heard and that is apt to be just The San Angelo Press-News says "Editor Mayes of the Brownwood Bulletin always writes what he thinks and he is no poke when it comes to thinking topic." While Editor Mayes may he doesn't always write all that he thinks by a great deal. N...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 13 December 1907

Somfortable Chilly Nights 1 Bedding For These .11 I ! ) The big sale leaving nothing untouched has wrought havoc in Blankets and Comfort prices. They were margin of profit to begin with and when the 20 Per Cent Reduction in Prices is made it makes them wonderfully cheap. If you don't think this is the cheapest lot of Blankets you have seen these prices carefully and make comparisons We have a specially nice lot of fine carded Cotton and Down Comforts with Satin Silkaline and Silk tops priced like the Blankets 20 Per Cent Off. ROGERS DRY GOODS CO. Holi day Rates to Old States In Southeast very low this year If you expect to make a Thru Sleepers trip just call on any Santa Fe agent. He will quote you rates and explain train service. Or Address W. S. Keenan G. P. A. Galveston WOMAN KILLED. Death Due to Discharge of Gun at House She Was Visiting. Comanche Tex. Dec. U. A Mrs. Cooper of Indian Gap is dead as the result of being ac- cidentally shot while visiting at the home of a neighbor....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 13 December 1907

V f I IV y DO h f V 1 r Your Christmas "Fixin's" It is not very far now to Christmas. If yoi Jtenl mating your FRUIT CAKE OR PLUM PUDDIN6 e would advtee you to buy your "FIXIN'S." We have very nice thing and are receiving something new every day. Anion the dt-lieacies are HEINZ MINCE MEAT in bulk QUEEN OLIVES in bulk. MANGOES DILL PICKLES. RAISINS CITRON an 1 CURRANTS. If vou prefer not to make the Cake we can furnish you with a FRUIT CAKE We have 'em in boxes up to 80 pounds. They come nearer being "your olden time" Fruit Cake of anything on the market. AS usual we have ONLY the PUREST and FRE8HEST ia Grocoriea. ... i PJjone 40 if Busy 440. JNO. D. QUINNC Successor to C. L CIDDENS. $11111 Ml 1 1 I I 1 I 1 1 I 1 1 1 I I I M f General News.: Senator Culberson has introduc- ed bills in conpress for public buildings at Navasota Brenham Bonham and San Marcos. 0 Burglars entered a lodging fcouse at Ballinger last evening and robbed the pockets of several boarders of money and jewelry. Th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 13 December 1907

a $ nett's Store Buy He Writes About the Confede rate Guards and the "Strenos" Tine a "Comin." Yu ken Bet ole Brown Co. is tu be saf from invashun by Japan's sogers in eas thears a war au caus wy 1 sa this is theys written up a compeny uf confedrit sogers hear. The compeny is tu be the confedrit gards on onlyst sogers thet hes a honurabl diseharg frum the con- fedrit army ken joyn it. My pa is goin tu joyn caus he wus in the war and wus in the sam compeny with Stonewall Jaeksun an efter he wus kild bi a frenly bulet frum a frehly gun. tans the man wat tired it thot he wus a yanky. my pa sed he mos eryd hissef tu deih aus the sogers luvd him so. Thear is lots uf ole sogers thet wore the grey livin hear an thevv got a lub an hoi metiuis an tark over the senes uf as pa sed. the "Times thet tryd the soles of men.'" They is an honur tu a euntry an I bet they shore will luk tine wen they gits they nu grey does OH an hev they nap sack an gun an banet an wen they go ' hey fut. straw fut" an...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 13 December 1907

'gHBBHSI " ' TasaaBss HMBKSl- .aVri t W: ' t bsj " eWaWaeasaem BiMMMBBBBBMMiMMMMMMBiMMMMBBBIIMBMBMBMM s. Free Safety Lock "Boxes For Your Valuable Papers 0-w ... a 1 T i r fl f m-m'd I . -1 -. 1 1 i A . 1 I i lilS ( Svery man woman or child who comes to this bain is. is treated courteously and his or her Dusmess ts auenaeo to to me ocai oi our aroiy. We w5int your business because we" know we can serve you well and to our mutual advantage. If you transact your business here you atf as- suredSof the triendly interest out bank and its officers. y Our Customers Have Our First Consideration. Tlie Citizens National Bank of Brown wood Shop Worn Goods. It was a but afternoon and Mrs. Perkins. v!io li:id taken the children seven in number to "the greatest show on earth." e!t the Ml and wan othei wise mm h iliss.ntis.ieil. "What's the nationality of them?" she demandel i one of the jruards. pointing to tin- ete- ph.:uts. Those are frui Africa." replieil the man. and Mrs. l'erkins looked duui...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 13 December 1907

Capital and Surplus $2K No. 4693 I I I I I p n Statement of the Condition of THE BROWMVOOD NATION A Brownwood Texas at the Close of Business. Dec. 3907. RESOURCES. . $338.834 91 Loans j Qrjo k Over Drafts mostly cotton iSnnft'nn United States Bonds (at par) VnSnnn Banking House Furniture and Fixtures 100 00 Other Real Estate ' .V.''.'. 5000.00 Kedemption rund OA iri Cash on Hand and with other Banks gg jotaj $622995.1 LIABILITIES. Capital Surplus - Undivided Profits Circulation Deposits Bills Payable and Time Certificates of Deposit Total : V . ' $100000.00 100000.00 14849.76 100000.00 25460726 26138.15 27.500.00 $622995.17 Office ri T. C. YANTIS President 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 I Salesman Talk "Gee but ain't this tough on the hunters?" said Salesman this morning "every feilowyou see coming in from a hunt complains that the quail have quit the coun- try. At first I though...

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