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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 13 January 1908

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 our ability. We want your business because wi know we can serve you well and to our mutual advantage. If you transact your business here you are as- sured of the triendly interest of ourJjankand its officers. Our Customers Have Our First Consideration. The Citizens National Bank of Brownwood t- BROWNWOOD LEADS Two Hundred Signers to Petition Against Fare Reduction HEARING SET FOR TUESDAY Railway Communion Will on That Day Consider Advisability of Lowering Passenger Rate. Of all fhe petitions sent in to the railway commission against low o . nig the passenger Irate in Texas. " llrownv.ood loads in point of Bom- ber of signers. Two petitions have ROM from this place one with a hundred and tiff y signers and the other fifty. The eommission has received a number of petitions and in every instance with the exception ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 13 January 1908

It I ft : V jn I 1 1 1 1 t 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 General News. glllllMMIIIIIHIHHH Edward Burch at Hampton J Va. and Miss Eva Downing at Winchester Ky . were married by long distance telephone. Charles W. Whitney member of the New York stock exchange tirm of H. N. Whitney & Sons suicided at his home on West Seventy second street by shooting- Mis Catherine Taylor daugh- ter of Senator Bob Taylor of Tennessee and Matthew H. Tay- lor. on of Robert Taylor of Trenton Tenn.. were married at Washington. Fifty skilled workmen have lost their positions by another reduction in the forces at the Isacola navy yards making ifaf second to occur within the Est ten days. Knights of Pythias have deter mined upon an active campaign I tor the selection of Fort Worth 48 th meeting place for thesu Wie lodge Knights of Pythias world in 1910. ..iore people crowd the corn- ers of the savings banks of New rk these days than were to be ; found there during the height of - the financial flurry. The crowd...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 13 January 1908

SHU capital and Surplus $200.00900 1 The Ulan Who Makes Money and docs not save it is after all in a very bad condition. Money deposited in the bank means money saved. Money is not safe in or around your house; you may think it cannot be found but you may be fooled. And if you are carrying it in your pocket not only your money but your life is in danger. Put your money in the bank where you knoOr it is safe and then you can rest easy at niht when you go to bed. The bank is a convenient as well as a business necessity. It costs you nothing to keep any amoynt Of money in the bank where you can put it in and take it Officer T. C. YANT1S President J. C. WEAKLEY 1st Vice Pres. J. A. WALKER 2nd Vice Pres. MILLARD ROMINES Cashiei WW. B. CROSS Asst. Cashier A. P. FORD Asst. Cashier. cut as vnn nlease It is to the interest of every progressive mai jo Dzcomc interested in tne DanK and do business. We do a general banking business with all kinds and classes Af people and we try to serve them w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 13 January 1908

mm hbh mm fir Hi If tcr mml f evering8 m an excellent time v4vdf t0 p'an a nation Write for following booklets: Titan of Chasms. Side Trts. Prtritted turect. Reaa a Why Summer Out ins in faHlwla ACaiaralo Summer. Santa Ke Trail Ibey Free a I red Harvey Meal scrrtct Via Santa Ft. IV. 6. fcrpnan. Oa Pass. Agt. & S. F. k.. r JnmHV&WBaM I! tension lexas. jj m I A. 8 M. II T Bryan May Not pay I X Texas. H 1 RESULTED s Oppose P In pug the Annual r ksgiving Day Came wi'h Loog. horns at Austin. Austin Texas. Jan. U. anager McLutcheon ot next n's football team of the tate University in speaking to- as to the prospects of next aV schedule stated that from the present outlook the usual Thanksgiving Day game with the Agricultural and Mechanical College would be a thing of the -oast HAS The condition of affairs has V been broueht about by a desire on the part of the football r l thusiasts of the Agricultural and ' l Mechanical College to play the Jsual Thanksgiving Day game in ffome othe...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 13 January 1908

This is New Year So let's smoke up. "We nave pipes. Although times are hard let's mix the bit- ter with the sweet. We have the candy. If you have lost a pane we have the glass. If you have found a pain we have the cure. Renfro's. If your eyes trouble you see Dr. Winters over Brooke Smith Bank The little child of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Baughman is report- ed quite sick this week. Hary Negus who was repor -ed quite sick last week is able to sit up a little today. J. H. Baker went to Brady this morning on legal business. Will Dobbs who spent Satur- day and Sunday at home went to Brady today on business. K. T. Raj left Saturday nigh- for Texarkana where on Tues day at noon he will wed Miss Adelle Bratnlette. R. A. Weaver a hustling real estate man from San Angelo spent yesterday in the city the guest of friends. Master Hervey Mayes the two-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. H. F.Mayes has been quite ill for several days with a re- lapse of lagrippe. The Temple Telegram notes that the Progressive ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 14 January 1908

X r 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. BROWNWQOD. TEXAS TUESDAY. JAN. 14 J 908. NO. 75 MWMMMMHMMVMaHMVBMMMMMftXMMMM M X M m m m x m X X X x x x 'ft ft ft ft ft M ft ft ft ft ft Last Call on Ladies' Tailored Suits I have a few Ladies' Tailored Suits left; I want to close them out and if absolutely up-to-date suits backed by very low 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; You 2TiU $iave eLt Least SO Per Cent 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 - - $7.43 $7.50 Lot 735. A pretty s6it must be seen to be appreciated only - - Lot 741. Another Handsome model suit Last call price - $9.00 $10.50 Lot 1295. A'beautiful suit elaborately trimmed mad...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 14 January 1908

The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING-OMPANY Proprietors. antered at the B Wnwood Postoffice as Second Class Mail Matter. Subscription Per Month. H u UAVn WILL H. MAYES . -"hm business Manager. C. SEITZ Daily Circulator. w. K. DULA Foreman Mech' Dept. T HE DIDNT' CALL IT HOUSTON. Frank Putnam of the Houston Chronicle while nn north re cently made the discovery that the people there knew nothing Jiiuch about Houston. They had heard of Dallas Fort Worth San Antonio and Galveston knew that Austin was the capital of the state and hatf even seen mention of Waco and perhaps of Brownwood but Houston was an unfamiliar name to them. Put- m had to get a map and show the location of Houston had to trace the railroads leading out from the town had to produce the Congressional Record show that there is such a water as Buffalo Bayou and had to make affidavit to the population of the city before he would be believed. The trouble with Houston is its ame. The people up there do not pronounce it Husetown...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 14 January 1908

I-. v . ' 1 " - !U r M r i fv: 1 ': ij If ' General ;News. j "jjj As an outcome of nn election dispute here between Ladd Car- ruth and Dolph Powers the form er was shot and killed and the lat- ter is being held charged with tue killing. Mrs. J. 3L Daniel' the oldest set- tler of Paris. Texas. . died after celebrating hep golden wedding anriiyersiary. She was ill but a few days. She was married 50 years ago. A number of young men - of Hillsboro have organized the llills- boro Anti-Cigarette assoei.uti.ei. The object of this organization is to stop smoking cigarettes among boys and young men. Travis Blair a farmer of Run- nels conuty. was run'over and kill- ed by his Avagon Saturday evening about eight miles from Ballinger The man had been to town and loaded his wagon with corn chops. and was returning home when the accident happened. Superior Judge Frank H. Dun- nerefused to admit to bail former MsA-or Eugene E.Schmitz of Sau Fraiicisco whose Conviction on 'theJcharge of extortion wa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 14 January 1908

If ' ! Free Safety Lopk Boxes For Your Valuable Papers Every man woman or child who comes to this BANK is treated courteously and his or her businesses attended to to the best of oar ability. We want your business because we know we can serve you well and to our mutual advantage. If you transact your business here you are as- Our Customers Have Our First Consideration. IMx Oitioias National Bank of Brownwood f i 9. it f if ! To Make Advertising Pay. It is no uncommon thing to find money spent for retail advertising A absolutely thrown away through a lack of proper attention to the public when they visit the store. V iManv merchants do not realist! how easy it is thus to throw away their money or rather to throw ' away their opportunities for doing . business.' The effects of good advertisLi are often lost or spoilt by a lack of good salesmanship. To obtain the best results advertising and salesmanship must go hand - i.i hand. Neither can be neglected with impunity. It is not enough ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 14 January 1908

The Mail Who Makes Money Capital and Surplus '$20000000 V and does not save it is after all in a very bad condition. Money deposited in the barik means money saved. Money is not safe in or around your house; you may think it cannot be found but you may be fooled. And if you are carrying it in y&ur pocket not only your money but your life is in danger. Put your money in the bank where ybu know it is safe and then you can rest easy at nitht when you go to bed. The bank is a convenierit as well as a business necessity. It costs you nothing to keep any amount Of money in the ban) where you can put it in and take it Officers: 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-V-5f - out as you p lease. It is to the interest of every progressive man to become interested in the bank ana do business. We do a general banking business with all kinds asses of. people and we try to ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 14 January 1908

Win- ter evenings an excellent time $o plan a vacation Write for following booklets: Titan of Chasms. Side Trips. Petrified Forest. Reasons Why. Summer Outlne InCaifernia. A Colorado Summer. Santa Fe Trail They Are Free Fred Harvey Meal Service Via Santa Fe. V. S. Keenan Oen. Pass. Art. 1.C. & S. F. Ry. Galveston. Texas. LEE AND M'CLELLAN. The New Year l?he year 1907 came with the rush of ti lion. Ail merchants were successful and prosperous. Phe prosperity of the whole 'tiling was glorious. However we must remember the old adage " "All's well that ends well." The '"Pall of the year came and "brought with it uproar and ca- lamitv. Tt is npprllpss fhat m repeat the long and short of the story as you all probably were more or less affected by it and are jubilant that times are as igood as they can be considering the circumstances. The year 190S is now young. T . 11 T 111 'Jlkvuo au uvp& uuau vuia jiCkL rv ill. be a normal one. Now is the time to lay out your plans for tthis ye...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 14 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 candy. If you have lost a pane we have the glass. If you have found a pain we have the cure. Renfro's. If your eyes trouble you see Dr: IVinters over Brooke Smith Bank Hugh Sherrell of Comanche is in the city today on business. J. B. "Walton left this morning fntr Port "Worth on business. Jule Emison returned Uiis mora- 3jig t5 Brady where he is 'looking after business interests for the 11. U. '-Siginan company. Mrs. Mona Moore who has been in the eit3 several days on account 4 the-serious illness of her sister's Child returned this morning to iher'home at "Win'ehell. Dr. J. G. McCall of Brady who lias been in the city attending his sister's child who is very sick re- turned yesterday to his home- at Bradv. Big new program tonight. - J. L from a Worth. y Clingman 1 1C returned business trip to Fort Douglas Kiug is in the Junction Gity country this week o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 14 January 1908

DAILY BULLETIN. I VOL. 8. BROWNWOOD. TEXAS TUESDAY. JAN. 14 1908 Last Call on Ladies' Tailored Suits. E. B. htNLEY & CO. Fire Insurance Tornado Insurance Accident Insurance A I have a few Ladies' Tailored Suits left; I want to close them out and if absolutely up-to-date suits backed by very low 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. You Will ove at Least SO Per Cent. - Lot 9089. Handsome suits made in semi fitting style. Last call price only Lot 822. As above and in a Prince Chap modei. Lest call price only .... The above prices are nowhere near the prices asked for these and profit have been forgotten in re-marking them. m Rankin Sheet High Grade Iheet Metal and Tin Work F I Neill of Farmers' Un- n Issues Statement. CRAFTY POLITICIANS Campaign Will Bring Out Men Who Will Try to Ue Union at Stepping Stone. In an address issued yester- day. President D. J. Neill warns the members of the Te...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 14 January 1908

fe Daily Bulletin AYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietor. Ft red at the Brown wood Postoftice as SecoEd Class Mail Matter. oacrlption Per Month .. 50e tyl WILL Li. MAYKS. Manairimr Kditor. f a F. MAYKS Business Manager. C A. 'IT N NELL City Editor. K C. SEITZ Daily Circulator K.E. KlRKPATftlCK Associate Editor W. R. DULA Foreman. Mech Dept. HE DIDNT' CALL IT HOUSTON. Frank Putnam of the Houston Chronicle while up north re- cently made the discovery that the people there knew nothing uch about Houston. They had heard of Dallas Fort Worth San Antonio and Galveston knew that Austin was the capital of the state and had even seen mention of Waco and perhaps of Brown wood but Houston was an unfamiliar name to them. Put- Bam had to Ret a map and show the location of Houston had to trace the railroads leading out from the town had to produce the Congressional Record to show that there is such a water as Buffalo Bayou and had to make affidavit to the population of the city before he would be belie...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 14 January 1908

All Tlx 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 ts attended to to the best of our ability. We want your business because we know we can serve you well and to our mutual advantage. If you transact your business here you are as- sured of the friendly interest of ourbank-and its officers. Our Customers Have Our First Consideration. OTlxe Citizens National Bank of Brown wood To Make Advertising Pay It is BO uncommon thins to find MMjf spent for retail advertising absolutely thrown away through a lack of proper attention Lo the public when they visit the fct.re. Many merehants do not reali : how easy it is thus to throw away their money or rather to throw away their opportunities for doing business. The effects of good advertisi.i.: are often lost or spoilt by a lack ot rood salesmanship. To obtain I he best results advert ising and salesmanship must go hand i.i hand. Neither can be ne...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 14 January 1908

6 o o o 9 c o o o t t o o I'l 1 I 1 ? '1 I I i 1 1 1 1 1 1 H"K"H"H." X reneral News J As an outcome of nti election dispute here between Ladd c.ir- ruth and Dolph Powers the form er was shot and killed and lli.' Lit- ter is being held etuurged with Lite killing. Mrs. J. It Daniel the oldest set- tlor of Paris. Texas died after celebrating her golden wedding anniversiarv. She w.is ill hnt a few days. She ra married 50 years ago. A numher of young men of RiUWhorn have organized the IlilK- horo Anti-Cigarette assoclat i.ei. The object of this organization is to stop smoking cigarettes among hoys and young mm. Travis Plair. a farmer of Kun uels eonutv . was run over and kill -d by his wagon Saturday evening about eight miles from Pallinger the man had been to town and loaded his wagon with corn chops. and was returning home when tbf accident happened. Superior Judge Frank II. Dun ne refused to admit to bad former -Mayor Eugene K Schmitz. of San Francisco whose conviction on the charge o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 15 January 1908

BULLETIN. t. B. HENLEY & CO. Plate Glass Insurance Steam. Boiler Insuf an'e Burglary Insurance VOL. 8. BROWNWOOD TEXAS WEDNESDAY JAN. 15 J9D8 NO. 76 m Last Call on Ladies' Tailored Suits fc.. HENLEY & CO. Fire Insurance Tornado Insurance Accident Insurance DAILY a ft m x M X X X X X X -X X X X X X X X X X X X I have a few Ladies' Tailored Suits left; I want to closex are any inducement Lot 9089. Handsome suits made in semi fitting style "feast call price only - - -. Lot 822. As attove and in a Prince Chap model. Lest call price only - - - The above prices are nowhere near the and profit have been X xxxxxwxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Rankin Sheet High Grade eet Metal an SOI Ft TO PA! as a Result the City Water is Being CuOff SUPERINTENDENT IN EARNEST Says ike Consumers Mutt Either Come Through With the Cash o'rthe Water Will Be Cut Off Water Superintendent W. C. Harward is getting in earnest greater collections. He has ptient with the consumers for a whole quarter and still hf...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 15 January 1908

The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRIN1 1NG COMPANY Proprietors. Sntered at the Brownwood Postoffice as Second Glass Mail Matter. Subscription Per Month. .... .50c WILL H. MAYES Managing Editor. H F. MAYES Business Manager; C. A. TUNNELL. City Editor. E C. SEITZ Daily Circulator. E. E. KIKKPA TRICK Associate Editor W. R DULA Foreman Mech Dept. j 1 If you are farming and desire to plant a profitable crop try a few acres of alfalfa. February is usually a good month to sow alfalfa provided the ground has been made ready by good plow- ing and through pulverization- beforehand. Ik Ex:Governor William A. Douglas of Massachusetts is being suggested by Massachusetts democrats as a running mate for' Bryan. He would have the adavntage of being known all over the country and would greatly add to the strength of the ti cket THE MUDDY WATER. Brownwood ought not to put off a day later than it must the filtering of its water supply. Without any apparent reason for it the water has been muddy all this winte...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 15 January 1908

! Tlx a Free Safety Lock Boxes Ml For Your Valuable Papers Every man woman or child who comes to this BANK is treatafi courteously and his or her business is attended to to the best of our ability. wc wsm yuui uuoiiicao uiwuac Wc auuw w wu Vc yuuweu anp 10 our mutual advantage n you transact your business here you are as sured 01 me menaiy interest 01 uui.uaiitvciiiu iis uiucers. Our Customers Our First Consideration. Tlie Oitii ens National Banlr of Brownwood f Sentence Sermons. JCiVClJ OUllUaj tiajrCJL r uiw awi i a Monday amen. Religion should be a good sword but it makes a poor shield. There is in this word for any of us what we see in it and no more. The. fruits of truth are not gathered by beating about the bush. Some think they are firm in the faith who are only frozen in heart If you are a true friend you never need to put on an air of friendliness. A living exponent of the Bible is worth any number of the best expositors. Many a church is substituting working the world for ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 15 January 1908

-o o o V I General .News ? i - ? - By offieial circular the office of assistant general passenger and iickt --agent was abolished on the International and Great Northern railway. An old Mexican woman who has been a street beggar at Laredo for years was found burned to a crisp in the ashes of the liouse in which she was living. John Machac a Bohemian farm- . er residing on the Dickey plaoi about six miles east of Halletsvilhs killed himself by hanging himself to a tree in the yard at his honi- Six passengers were more or less seriously bruised and cut -by ilying glass when a northbound train on the Trinity and Brazos- Valley was derailed six miles south of Fort "Worth. That former Attorney General Judson Harmon will be a candi- date for the Democratic nomina tion for president of the United States was confirmed in a state- ment by John "W. Hill of Cincin- nati. Insurance Commissioner Lovi has ruled that life insurance com- panies in filing schedules of in- vestments of Texas property...

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