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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 26 December 1907

BBaBaBaBaa asaaaaaaaal IIP Witdl '"0 -p( 05 teoo.ooo The Bank Keeps Your Books!! 1 aH X I I 1 If vou are the treasurer of a lod?e. church societv. administrator of an Xstatebr puardian and are under nerrtssirv nf making reports of your acts frequently we wish to suggest to you the aVyfsability of your depositing with us ALL of your receipts and making ALL of your disbursements by checks. Yosftaleposits will represent your receipts your checks will account for your disbursements and your bank balance wll always be your balance on hand. Our equipment is such as has been suggested by over fifteen years oLtxperierke and we give "tir patrons accurate and expeditious service. We issue time certificates of deposit We furnish safety lock boxes free to our customers. The Brownwood National Bank. J. A. W1 MILLAR WM. B. CI A. P. FOI Vi ce pref OS .i"? S' Chi. a BaWk The Shape of the Sky. What i- the ;ii'iatont form of tin' vault of the sk ; 1 here Is probal'l.. no Oho to u iu.v. C-S il ScOlllS...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 26 December 1907

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 26 December 1907

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 9 January 1908

1 DAILY BULLETIN. A Happy and Prosper- ous New Year to All. E. B. HENLEY & CO. A Happy and Prosper- pus New Year to All. VE. B. HENLEY & CO. w BROWNWOOD. TEXAS. THURSDAY. JAN. 9 1908. NO. 71 H i VOL. 8 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ii M m m i m i i h- eneralNews II Dank in ooi Metal Wnrk II 3 IIUiiiiIiI JIIVVl lIUI "VIIW mil High Grade Pluming I Sheet Metal nd Tinfork i i ft ROCKS A SOCIALIST Some . Hours Later Long view Mayor Walked Into Ambuah. AN ARRESTF0LL0WS Alter Somewhat Scauatianal Trial Mayor Bodeabetai la Ciaaaiitelr Exonerat- ed by Jairy. Long view Texas Jan. 7. Yes- terday evening W. W. Buchanan who claimed to be a deputy state organizer of the socialists start- ed to make a speech near the First National bank and was ad- dressing a mixed crowd mostly negroes. when Nfayor G. A. Bo- denheim walked up and asked Jrlhim what he was doing to which ) Buchanan answered that he was ftioing what any American had a J perfect right to do. The crowd appeared to somewhat agree with the socia...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 9 January 1908

Sa1 'I 1 I The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors Entered at the Brownwood Postoffice as SecoDd Class Mail Matter. Subscription Per Month 50c WILL H. MAYKS Managing KditOr. fl. F. MAYES Business Manager. C. A. TVNNKLL. Citj Editor. E C. SEITZ. Daily Circulator. K. EL KlRKl'ATIUtK. Associate Editor W. R. DULA Foreman. Mech Dept. The Bulletin fears that Editor Imboden of the Austin States- man is carrying his fight against women's hats in church a little too far. Last Monday he said "The average man is not going to preaching when he knows that an unsightly woman's hat is liable to cut him out Df everything except a strong disposition to think cuss words durin? church services." It is all right to talk about the hats they really deserve it but surely there are no un- sightly women in Austin and the Statesman may find itself in trouble by saying so. EVOLUTION TAUGHT IN THE SCHOOLS. The recent scientific articles of Dr. M. M. Scott on the tendency of our school text books ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 9 January 1908

Free Safety Lock Boxes For Your Valuable Papers. thisVBANl treated courteously and his or her business is attended to to the best of our ability. Fvrv man. woman or child who comes to We want your business because we know we can serv Veil and to our mutual advantage. It you transact your business here you are as- sured of the triendly interest ot our oanK ana us omccrs Our CustomVs Have Our First Consideration. The CiWens National Bank of Brown wood mm I r I it B 1: SOU FOR DAMAGES. Mr t. J. Hewett Miiege Rough and Cruel Treat- ment. OFFICERS DISPOSSESSED HER And at a Result Sheriff Emison is Being Sued ob Bond For 95000. Half Actual and Half Exemplary. Sheriff Emison is being sued in district court today by Mrs. E. J. Hewett for alleged dam- ages by reason of rough and cruel treatment while under ar- rest. The facts developed by the trial are that Mrs. Hewett and her son-in-law lived pn rent- ed property in the viciniy of Zephyr last winter and refused to give possession to the rig...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 9 January 1908

ssSsSaMSP' GENERAL NEWS. (Continued from page 1.) The supreme court denied the application for a writ of habeas corpus in the case of Seth Test- axd and Robert H. Howard from Bexar county and remand- ed the applicants to the custody of the sheriff of Bexar county John W. Tobin thereby holding to be valid and constitutional the injunction law which prohibits ticket scalpers from dealing in scalpers' tickets. Indicted by the federal grand iurv for the over-certification of r tL i i fifteen checks representing in all an aggregate of over $400000 and drawn by the firm of Otto Heinze & Co. on the Mercantile ! Motional KonLr f? A miofiu ' Heinze the copper magnate and former-president of the Mercan- tile National bank surrendered himself to the United States Commissioner Shields and later was released on $50000 bond Running at a speed of thirty miles an hour the second section of an excursion train on the Southern railway from Cleve- land Ohio known as the Colver special and bound for...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 9 January 1908

A Stopped Clock i Right Twice a Day. You will be right all of the time if you pay your bills by check. There is no chance of dispute over a settlement if you have a checking: account and pay your obligations is a receipt. The endorsement upon the back of the check is evidence that th money. A checking account insures you from paying a bill twice; gives you a r ness; puts system into your transactions. You have method and convenience with a checking account. We issue time deposits. We furnish safety lock bo tomers We solicit your business. The Brown w bv check. Ei party rat etoror xeanr X oon J ch check eived the of your busi- your business ee to our cus- Capital and SurptosOO.OOO.OO OffloerNi T. C YANTIS President J. C. WEAKLEY 1st Vice Pres. J. A. WALKER 2Dd Vice Pres. MILLARD HOMINES Cashiei WM. B. CROSS Asst. Cashier A. P. FORD Asst. Cashier. ationnl Hank. i I M - - - ' ' - mil- . -i ... i .. - . . . . Waco and Hamilton-A Plain Talk In another plaee the Tribune presents an accoun...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 9 January 1908

A Ki.S UNDRESSING. fhs Ceremony Wat a Wonderful One In Louis XVI. 's Time. In "Memoir of the Comtetwe o Bolfre" 17SMSi4t. edited from the original manuscript by Chitrleti Nicoul lod. is found the following realistic description of the "concher" of Laaia XVI.: The king's coat waistcoat and hhirt were taken off. He stood there n:ik.-l to the waist scratching ami ruMiing himself as if he had !een alone in the presence f the whole court and orten many sjr.-ingers of distinction. The llret valet handed the nightshirt to. the most highly qualified person to one of the princes of the blood If any were present This was a right and not favor. When the person was one wi'ti whom he was on familiar terms tin king . would often play tricks while putting it on. stepping on one side to ni:ike the holder run after him. aceom pauying these charming Jokes with loud guffaws which greatly vexed those who were sincerely attached to him. When his shirt was on he put on his dressing gown while three val e...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 9 January 1908

ABMtcr Business Our business fo- the fitst few da of the new Tea- shows hd inrese over the same time latt year but tbn that is just what w it-tended far it to do. We spent many hours during the year jnat gone planning to serve our custom- ers to a letter at! vantage and our gage of success is the perceptible increase la trade. We claim to Have the best ap- pointed drug store in thin section of tbe state aiid want von numbered amoig our regular customers. If ou give us your hits' nesa we treat you fairly aud courteously rnd give you the best good? for the leant money. Renfro's. If your eyes trouble you see Dr. Winters over Brooke Smith Bank Einil H. Gehrke left this morn- ing for Comanche on business. Dr. Abney is spending the day at Mercury on business. Fresh Fish and Oysters at the Dulci Restaurant. Phone 171. 0. G. Morris claim agent for the Frisco is in the city today on business for the road. C. H. Bencini spent yesterday in the city on business. For high grade job printing come...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 11 January 1908

4 If til 1 1 I 1 I I n F 1 w mi wn LSI! a. II mm it J J E. B. HENLEY & CO. j Fire Insurance Tornado Insurance Accident Insurance DAILY BULLETIN. E. B. HENLEY & CO. Plate Glass Insurance Steam Boiler I nsuran'e Burglary Insurance VOL. 8. BROWNWOOD. TEXAS. SATURDAY. JAN. It 1908 NO. 73 t Will Pay You to Investigate The many bargains in my store to be found in every department. No store in West Texas offers such splendid bargains in up-to-the-minute Winter merchandise; and in no store can you find a stock as large or an assortment so varied. A cut of 25 per cent in my store is equiv- alent to a cut of 50 per cent in any other store as I am compelled to mark my goods extremely low to sell them at one price and mark them in plain figures. Remember that I at all times sell for less. SAM BRIN The One Price Man. Rankin Sheet Metal Works High Grade Plumbing Sheet Metal and Tin Work LAW AND. ORDER Routing Mat Meeting Held at Court House Last Night. CLUBS MUST 60 SO SAY ALL Interesting...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 11 January 1908

9 f he Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietor. Entered at the Brownwood Postoftice as Second Class Mail Matter. Subscription Per Month 50c WILL H. MAYKS Managing Editor. H F. MAYES Business Manager. C. A. Tl'NNKLL City Kditor. K C. 8EITZ Daily Circulator. K. E. KJRKPATRKK. Associate Editor W. R DULA Foreruan. Mech Dept. CULBERSON AND TRINITY NAVIGATION. Senator Culberson lives in Dallas but Senator Culberson is a man of broad gauge and is not bound up by any shriveled local- isms. He recognizes the fact that he is a Texas senator and not a Dallas Senator. Recently it hps occurred to the people of Fort Worth that if Trinity river navigation is a good thins: as far as Dallas it might be made a better thing as far up stream as Fort Worth and an effort is to be made to determine the feasibility of attempting navigation to the panther city. Immediately Sen- ator Culberson gave his aid to the enterprise and says that if the reports of the engineers show it to be practicable to a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 11 January 1908

Tlie Free Safety Lock Boxes For Your Valuable Papers Every man wfflnail 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 businey Decause 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. V Our Customers Have Our First Consideration. T3 Citizens National Hank of ISrowiwvoocl Worth Reading. It is better to be a man with a hoe than a rake. Unselfish friendship is the rarest thing on earth. A man who knows when not to talk seldom has to apologize. The happiness of men lies in pursuing not in possessing. The man who keeps his own counsel doesn't have to hire a lawyer. Many compensations come in life that are not included in our pay. Success is at the top of the hill; the man who reaches it climbs. Sometimes it happens that man of the smallest caliber is the biggest bore. To be content wi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 11 January 1908

f. . - .... 1 1 4 I o i o I : O o o o t o o I I I I M III m II 1 ! II Ml Ml General News. Kaolin deposits in Edwards eaunty will shortly be mined. A company has been organized tor this purpose. capitalized at $:."(.- 00. The first car load of dressed tarkcys for the season were ship- ped from Lampasas hy the Hem-man-Hessotiette Company. The annual poultry shipments of Lam- pasas average about 080000. By a strange coincidence in two wrecks rejmrted Friday one in California and the other in Ala- bama the same number of persons were killed and injured." viz : Three killed and twelve hurt i' each. William -Joseph ( hastain. a lumber nianfacturor of Walker eounty. tiled petition in bank- ruptcy in the Federal Court. The petitioner's liabilities are given at $83182.88. Mith assets to the amount of $21.4(H. At the meeting of the Texas Railroad Auditors Association it was declared that the railroads of the state show a decrease of over $5000000 in net earnings for the last quarter of 1907 a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 11 January 1908

A Stopped Clock i Right Twice a Day. Capital and Surplus 00.00000 You will be right all of the time if you pay your bills by chekk. There is npchance of dispute over a settlement if you have a checking account and pay yor obligations' by check. Each check is a receipt. The endorsement upon the back of the check is evidenfnat the party received the T. C YANTIS. Pr. Hm J. C WEAKLEY 1st Vic r res. J. A. WALKER 2nd Vice Pres. MILLARD ROMINtS Lashiei WM. B. CROSS Assi. Cashier A. P. FORD. Asst. Cashier. money. A checking account insures you from paying a bill twice; gives you a record of your busi ness; puts system into your transactions. You have mejhrod and convenience in your business with a checking account. We issue tiriie deposits. We.iurnish safety lock boxes free to our cus- tomers We solicit your business. S The ISroHimood National Bank. w AN ORANGE GROVE California Man Putting in One Near Beeville. FARMERS ARE ALL INTERESTED And Many Small Groves Will Soon be Growing in the Gre...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 11 January 1908

Win- ter evenings an excellent time to plan a vacation Write for following booklets: Titan of Chisms. Sid Trip. Petrified Forest. KeasoM Why Summer Outing In i"HfwU. A Colors Jo Summer. Santa Fe Trail They Are Free Fred Mrev Meal Service Via Santa Fe. W. S. hee nan. Oen. Pas. Aft. O.C. & S. F. .. Qalveston Texas. A complete tour through all the rooms or apartments of the royal palace near Madrid in- volves a 120-mile trip covering six days' time. It is estimated that people in Chicago spend $300000 a year in keeping their shoes polished. Of this amount profits are said to be $100000. Silas Spaulding and Frank Weishart of Frankfort Ind. are the prize fiddlers of the state. They have carried off all the honors at the annual tournaments for years. ELKS ARE SHOWERED. Anarchy in Kentucky. Tli.. is ;i strangle condition 'x- Mmg in Kentucky. It is almost inconceivable thai there are so many people in an enlightened state who art' so ignorant that they ran not understand how futile such...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 11 January 1908

. 7 t j u Ml! ' 1 ( 1 1 1 11 1 1 t 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i M 1 1 I 1 1 M I'M 1 1 i 1 1 I M 1 1 I 1 I I 1 1 I i I I 1 W-M 1111 I"M II I H 111 1 i 111 1 1 1 1 I 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 II I I I 1 H H I I I I II ii li i i i i i i i H 1 11 1 1 I M I'M THERE IS NO TIME LIKE THE PRESENT To advertise your business. The times justify ad- vertisingliberal advertising. People by force of circumstances are compelled to observe rigid econ- omy in the management of their households and are quick to take advantage of bargains offered. The papers are closely scanned and all advertisements read that nD opportunity for saving may be lost. This being the case you as a merchant who wants to increase his business and take in all the cash pos- sible ought to advertise. Advertise methodically oersistently intelligently. Don't go at it in a hap- hazard way and expect the people to flock to your store. If you have bargains advertise the fact-otherwise the people will never know it. Some merchants say there is no money in t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 11 January 1908

This is New Year So let's smoke up. "We have pipes." Although times are hard let's mix the bit- ter with the sweet. We have the canfffr. If you have lost a pane we have the glass. If you have found a pain we have the cure. TUMBLED III CREEK Wngon Team and Driver Roll Down Hill and Into Water. Rent ros. Tl ii your eyes trouoie you see Br. Winters over Brooke Smith Bank Maury Hargrove went to Gold tliwaite this morning on business. W A. Metealf of Dallas is in tin it his week on a visit to th family of Dr. E. W. Snyder. Mrs. Bonnie Wake has gone to tola to join her mother Mrs. Ut ierbaek. where they will mak their home in future. C. C. Stewart has returned from a business trip to Fort Worth. He reports business in the printing line rather dull in the Panther Citv. Prof. E. B. Garner went to San Angelo this morning to look after business affairs. J. U. Kirkpatrick will leave to night for Austin where he will make head quarters for the pro ent while representing the Spauldirg Buggy comp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 13 January 1908

E. B. HENLEY & CO. Fire Insurance Tornado Insurance Accident Insurance DAILY BULLETIN E. B. HENLEY & CO. Plate Glass Insurance Steam Boiler Insurance Burglary Insurance VOL. 8. BROWNWOOD. TEXAS MONDAY. JAN. 13 1908 NO. 74 Last Call on Ladies' Tailored Suits. I i I 1 I I 1 I have a few Ladies' Tailorf d Suits left; I want to close them out and if absolutely up-to-date suits backed by very Jow prices are any inducement to you call in and look at them. Every one is in the show window with the following low prices attached. 9 Lot 9089. Handsome suits made in semi fitting style. Last call price only Lot 822. As above and in a Prince Chap model. Lest call price only - The above ana prow nave oeen iorgoiien m re-marKing tnem. Rankin Sheet High Grade Plumbing t Metal LANDS ON THE ELKS 5 Says That the Order is a Menace to Society. INTRODUCES THE DANCE HALL4 That Lures the YoungMen and Women of the City Away From the Church Work One Mutt Go. A surprise was in store f r the local Elks ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 13 January 1908

The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors Bantered at the Brownwood Postoftice as Second Class Mail Matter fhabocription Per Month 500 WILL H. MAYES H F. MAYES. Business Manager. C K C. SEITZ Daily Circulator. W. R. DULA Foreman. Mech Dept. If Garrulous George Bailey could only see Beautific Brown- wood he would never want to live in Humid Houston again. Remember that January and February are the best months of the year for planting shade trees and remember it so strong- ly that ou will plant them. That suggestion made by Citizen that 1908.be a year of street and sidewalk improvement is one well worth considering. Brown- wood streets are bad enough but the sidewalksLare a disgrace. It begins to look like San Angelo is going to be a long time getting any railroad for its bonus. That town deserves all that has been promised it. There are no greaterlhustlere than those at the end of the Santa Fe. Intimidation doesn't go much with William A. Cocke of San Antonio. Notwithstan...

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