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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 16 January 1907

4 fi I 1 v Would 4 r -i Tt:v- :Vi.i-' . if ". .:-?.. . Rather Miss a THE Itl l J J:TI is a paper which is ap- preciated hy the citizens of Brown wood--so much so that when it is a trifle late or for any reason it fails to" reach their homes there's trouble in store for Our readers tell us they would rather miss a meal than forego the pleasure of reading the Bulletin. We count this as a compliment and at the sahie time see in it a point that should interest advertisers. The great majority of the homes of Brow n wood are visited by the Bulletin reg- ularlynot occasionally understand but reg- ularly day in and day out month after month --and it goes there because the people know a newsy paper w hen they see it and are wil- ling to pay for it. Watch our carries when they get on your street and note how few homes fail to get the Bulletin. There's a Reason for It. Eight pages every day and every page filled with live reading matter of interest carefully edited. We are not restiug on our o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 16 January 1907

WT&ettlxGt9 Too VTeuMtxx. r But you ought to seethe way we are sending out clothing bundles. ' The people just like this judging by the way they are coming in and taking advantage of this sale Over on the other side of the house the clerks have been kept busy showing and 1 j rr iu put on the bargain counter 1 ne women Know a gooa oner wnen iney sec u. CITY ANNOUNCEMENTS. ForlMarshal: - GEO. W. WILLSON (Re-election) For Tax Assessor and Collector: - CLYDE McIXTOSH (Re-election.) FoFCity Attorney. E. J. MILL.ER. WILL J. SCOTT re-election ft For City Recorder. PERSONAL. -K. K. Blackehear is in Dallas thtft'week on business. The little boy of Mr. and Mrs. George Savage has been serious ly ill for two days. Jr Wm. Patterson a negro was. arrested yesterday charged with t selling beer. E. W. Wright with the M. K. . . & T. railway was in Brownwood . oh business yesterday. Mr. and Mra. J- C. Brnay re- jbic over the arrival of a fin bjy at their home yesterday. trs. W. L. Lyles left l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 2 February 1907

El 'i DrlnH V1TITV R ft AND JAVA a.nd MOCHA COFFEIN P&c3c0-i fey IMPORTERS COFFEE CO. New Orleans. CHAS GIDDEKf. Exclusive Local AsroHt NO. SJ4 Vf ym . . ..-. . rf J HJj- DAILY- oULrJLIL 1 IIN. A BROWNWOOD. TEXAS. SATURDAY FEB. 2 1907. ! t4iA I . PMr t ? mm J l Weather Forecast New Orleans Feb. 2. Tonight fair colder cold wave with tem- perature about twenty degrees Sunday fair. Cline. Allegretti's Candy 75 Cents per Pound. Only freak shipments jare handled no old . 'stock to be sold at scab . '- prices. McMinn Drug Co. HEARST PAPER FOR TEXAS. lerikins & HcCartney ATTORNEYS AT LAW BROWNWOOD TEXAS. Practice in Brown and surrounding counties and supreme court of Texas Reported That One Will be Established at Austin Soon. y - Austin Tex. Feb. 1.' Mr. C P. Norcross who is here for the Hearst papers stated last night that he has instructions from Mr. Hearst to look over the newspaper situation in Texas with a view to establishing a Hearst paper in Texas. It is highly probable tha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 2 February 1907

7 w". .si.--' ' -t s- f ' v- . Aiyp- - 1 f I . Meet riends xt the vir : ft i J 2j o Big H Si j 0 0 ft 0 4 4 4 4 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 r 0 I I 0 t '4 A mw - . . . -.-r . 4 Opens Monday Feb. 4th at 9 o'clock Closes Saturday Feb 9th at 10 o'clock. LOOK OUT FOR THE BROOMS. They are sweeping everything before them at prices that will prove this the feature sale of the season. This is a Clean Sweep Sale with real sale prices that mean a big saving to buyers of Brown wood and vicinity. I am noto going to start a cyclone behind you and blow you in. but am making prices that must appeal to every economical person. f. A II II A 4 j. Clean Sweeo.Snle Price..; ftl i. T S2 0 Krippendorf Dittman Shoes for 7 32.50 Men's fine hats clean 1 QC f Ladies dn nn.X sweep sale price ipiiUU 4 DZ.UU J. . Clean SweepJSale Price. Mistrot Standard $3 00 and Uig $2 00 Shoes for Ladies Clean Sweep Sale Price es ' ft. 1 7 fl 4" Bred 62 50 Novelty shapes in black ice U X brown and white to close P AC t X . oat lot clea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 2 February 1907

Fit HI c. o. nemey. Two Notaries in Office. - H. B. Hai-deman. E. B. HENLEY (& CO Real Estate Flare losoraace Civil Engineering and Rentals. Find below a few Bargain. If you don't see what you want call on us. We have it or will get it on short notice Id i it 1 800 buys good new 4-room house and lot 50x 150 feet terms $200 cash balance 3 or 4 years time. This house is renting for 250 a month. 5-room house hall and 2 porches cistern stable and two lots 5 Ox 150 feet each- Price $650; terms half cash balance one and two years 3 pretty I acre blocks in Coggin Addition $650 buys all three. It will make 12 good lots. Here's your chance $3000 buys a business house and room enough to put another house West Broadway street. Reasonable terms. Look at it if you want a piece of business property 100 acres 65 acres tillable 45 acres in cultivation two houses all fenced. Price $1700. Lot Turner Addition 68x1 80 feet very choice smooth lot. Price $175. Terms on it. Look now if you want it. J6...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 2 February 1907

! We "inade solv our statcnieiifTast moil; ami now wcliavc another statement to make WE HaVe SET Our PEGS n-' to make our February sales in Real Estate reach $50000.00 :x i 1- S' To do this we are going to need a great deal of property to handle Now while we acknowledge the fact that we can usually sell any kind of Real Estate we will not allow any one to place . Real Estate on our list at too high a price. Wan Honest Real Estate At an Honest Price and Will Certainly Sell it for You. If you actually want your Real Estate sold place it in our hands and you have our we will furnish you a buyer at once. 1 'V' -v!' 1 MMMH mhhmhh MHHHHI b IHHilH Br Mi rTH THE FIRM THAT ADVERTISES 55 J8oo I3oo t8oo '.: .JSr-R. K. WiUis uau I. IowJjnrTo T. D Sawyer 900 G. H. Stovall to W.J. Prince 5000 Mrs. Sue McClellatid to J.A.Burkhead 750 A. A. Shcoard 425 Will McLain to Jas. Jackson J. H. Kennedy to Louis Ehrke B. R. Weaver to T. M. Seale Rice Heirs to Wm. Routh T.K.Willis to T.O.Stewart B. R. Weaver ...

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

.ok vwt fop the Hay of Adversity. Officers and Directors : I M This country with that of the whole United States has enjoyed unparalleled prosperity in the past several years and everything is running at high tide. We hope these conditions will continue indefinitely but we can notfexpect them to last as one extreme usually follows another and these good times may not last. We do not intend to appear pessimistic tut we do believe that now is a good time for everybody to be careful and consider well every step taken. Financial conditions have been at a high tension in the East for the past year and the best financiers do not see the end of such conditions. This bank has built up a strong surplus (and reserve) so that it will be able' to stand .the trials incident to crop failures and panics. We guard every interest of our customers as we do our own. We solicit the business-of all repu- table people and make loans on approved security. We are well prepared to take care of your: busines...

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

o Alco Clothing. Looney i vtoniaMMMMMa mmmmgmmm MHHMi flHHHi flHHHHHI tiMMHNHi QHMHMHI IMHHI HHHi flMBI) flM O " - 4 The celebrated line of Alco Clothing is one of the best that is being made today. Not only does it lead in style but in durability. We are more than pleased with our Clothing business this season. We only have a few suits and Overcoats left but they must go in order to make room for the enormous Spring line we have bought. Titst received a new and uo-todate line of STETSON LOW CUT SHOES for Spring make the price. Don't fail to see them. We have the quality and can Mercantile OJV PUBLIC J The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors. Entered at the Brownwood Postoffice as Seoond-Class Mail Matter. Subscription Per Month. .50c WILL EL MAYES. Managing Editor. H. F. MAYES Business Manager. C. A. TUNNELL City Editor A H. CHAPIN Advertising Mgr. E. C. SE1TZ Daily Circulator W. E. DULA Foreman Mech. Dept. IT IS AN AWFUL BLUNDER. Some of the newspapers delight to pok...

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

vvrri your own I IN THIS ADVANCED age of prosperity there is no reason why the humblest working man cannot own some kind of a e. To people of limited means there is no better way to lay someihing by than to buy a come and pay it out as they can. PROPERTY IS BEOG SOLD ON EASY TERMS tiome 1 4 I' IS Because the owners are not pressed for money. It's the working man's chance to get a home before property advances. One can lose nothing by investing in Brownwood property at the prices now prevailing. The prices we quote below should interest the man who has funds to invest as well as the man who wants a home . i 9 T - Three choice lots in Ford Addition for $600 one of them on corner 7 room house two galleries corner lot t OOx 1 92 feet m Coggin Addition for $1440. Good 5 room house on corner lot close in for $1250. New 4 room house four blocks from postoffice. Price $900. Six topm house buggy sheds bains etc. $1 340 3 blocks of postoffice. New 4 room house centrally located fo$850- Neat 3...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 2 February 1907

5 Barred A. H. CHAPIN Proprietor. Whit Plymouth Rocks Cochins and M My matings this year are strictly first-class and 1 guar- Jantee satisfaction in every particular. Eggs for local w aeiiverybl.00 tor 15. When for 15. uraers promptly nuea. XIIXMIMMHVHMHMHKMVMMMMMHM MOVED THEM OUT Beputy Sheriff Rhone" has Lively Time Near Zephyr. IS FIRED ON BY Who Objected to Being Dispossessed of the House in Which She Was Living. ueputy cnerucbua Ktione ana. Jerry Miller went to Zaphyr yes- 1 mm -1 ter.day to move some people out of a farm house belonging to a man by the name of Sturdivant. The officers were there a few -days before and the people had rpromised to mov? out if given a day or two in whioh to make nec- essary arrangements -but they were only sparring for time and when the officers appeared yes- terday they found the doors bar- red and when ordered to open "were met with refusal. The house was ocoupied by a man by the name of Harris two women and a Mexican. When the offers arrived y...

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

- - - - if- r . .lin.;-; " " t .ii 111 iriini n' .i if iv ttfi'im v mrrmniii"'" ' T&i'iTTr- ' " "rTir.rr"T Trrrrrm u 'i7 " - '"'"II ?-r ':-iv-f " tiiiii77i j ; "i IT" i r ; y i"fflBiBPBaPr ' "' WHIf wir-W fcwiiHBIlMHBBB " ' fAv the First Last Month . S WE TOLD YOU THAT OUR REAL Would Amount ESTATE 1 ; . . I ' 'l. -I - "A. 5f FOR JANUARY 1907. ( '' ' - ir ' Tit '.'fci'""!! S " --HN- M-a-VM c ! Below wft Submit the names ot f II I

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

1 T0ES J) Money d Interest Prices MONDAY Who want 0 People in save You can save money in the purchasing of merchandise as well as to lay it aside from your regular earnings. It's to your interest then when such prices as these are offered to secure the goods that you will want while they can be bought at a saving thus enabling you to place aside the difference in what you would pay regular and what you pay now. Scan This List Carefully. You'll No Doubt Find Many Items You Jtfeeel. The New Bridge Silk's 4 pieces Bridge wash Silk black blue pink and lavender pin checks just the thing for eajly spring wear. They are beautiful and very Q Q p cheap for Monday and Tuesday at the yard 0 0 36-inch black and brown purple and black check Taffeta Silk 1.25 on sale Q Q P Monday and Tuesday yard - - - U 0 6 pieces 27-inch invisable plaids Taffeta Silk. . All new patterns the Bridge brand 1.25 Q Kr value on sale Monday and Tuesdayt the yd - Uu One lot remnants of silk on sale very special to clea...

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

1 KILTIES ARE COMING BRADY TRAIN SCORED i Hoot Mon! I mtk Hit Tii Kill Are Comin" 1 ?! les World Famous Scotch Military Band Appearing in Full Kilted Regimentals of the Gordon Highlanders At Brownwood Friday Feb. sin. Auspices Carnegie Library Association. Twice commanded by his Majesty KING EDWARD VII. En Tour of Canada United States. Mexico Cuba and Europe. Traveled over 250.000 miles. More than 3000 concerts. Positively tte Greatest Musical Organisation Before the Pdblic. CrackJVIusicians from the following Regiments: The 48th the 91st the Queens Own. the Royal Scots the Cadet Battallion iSOCAL QUOIR GENUINE SCOTCH PIPERS IMPORTED HIGH- LAND DANCERS IN THE NATIONAL DANCES OF SCOTLAND Famous Canadian Band of 52 People Billed for this City. A LIBRARY BENEFIT FRIDAY J as the Highland Fling the Scotch Reel the Sheantrews the Sailors' Hornpipe the Sword Dance etc. Also with DOLALD McCORMACK Drum Major Tallest Soldier in the British Army 7 feet 2 inches tall. SERGEANT WM. LEGGETT Unexc...

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

v Yoti are the Victim -4 v. tt:: "V - 4 1 .. r 4 CITY ANNOUNCEMENTS. For Marshal: GEO. W. WILISON (Re-election) -For Tax Assessor and Collector: clyde Mcintosh r (Re-election.) For City 'Attorney. E. J. MILLER. v - WILL J. SCOTT re-election. For Crty Recorder. R. H. FOSTER. For City Treasurer LOUIS E. WALKER (Re-election) personal; Will Dobbs went to Comanche today. . W. D. McChristy went to Dal- las yesterday on business. Arnold Englander was in Com- anche on business yesterday. Attorney G. N. Harrison went to Goldthwaite today onbusiness. Mrs. Urban Smith is at Kemp- ner on a visit to her parents this . week. Mrs. A. A. Smith is in Santa Anna this week the guest of rel- atives. . Bert Hawkins returned this morning from a business trip to Comanche. Winfield Scott was down from Port Worth last night and spent a few hours in the city. R;. W. Harryman manager of the opera house went to Lampas- - as this morning on business. Miss Myrtle Haller of Temple is expected in . tonight to visi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 4 February 1907

w- t rn 1 vfy if mm PUBLIC STORAGE WAREHOUSE E; B. Henley & Co.. Pbone 2. DAILY BULLETIN. Urinu SECUR-ITY BR.AND JAVA sxud MOCHA COFFEE Packed br IMPORTERS COFFEE CO.i New Orleans. CHAS GIDDENS Exclusive Local Ascent VOL. 7. SROWNWOOD. TEXAS. MONDAY FEB. 4 1907. NO. 95 s u . n He's "Uncle BUi" There. J. W. Green "Uncle Bill" as moat of ub call him here return- ed to Brownwood .yesterday. He thinK8 San Angelo is' the best t)wn on the map. San Angekr News t LOST FINE DIAMOND Dallas Drummer is Minus a Val- uable Ring Here. Don't forget that the city "will be open tonight. rink Allen's Janice Per- fumes Cold Cream Face Powder. The 'Daintiest Line in the city -.; at McMinn's Drugstore. FIFTY DOLLARS been notified and it is likely that! MHMMMMMMMMMMXMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMWMMHM-MMMM something will be heard of the ring. Mr. Stroud went to Cole- man today and will be back through here some time this week. He left the reward mon- ey here and is in hopes that some one will claim it before his ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 4 February 1907

MONDAY 1(1 TUESDAY People You can save money in the purchasing of merchandise as well as to lay it aside from your regular earnings.. It's to .your interest then when such prices as these are offered to secure the goods that you will want while they can be bought at a saving thus enabling you to place aside the difference in what you would pay regular and what you pay now. Scasi This List Carefully . You'll Ufo Poufot Find Many Items Yon Nemi. The New Bridge Silk's 4 pieces Bridge wash Silk. black blue pink arid lavender pin checks just the thing for early spring wear. They are beautiful and very Q Q P cheap for Monday and Tuesday at the yard 0 0 36-inch black and brown purple and black check' Taffeta Silk 1.25 on sale Q Op Monday and Tuesday yard - - - 00 6 nieces 27-inch invisable plaids Taffeta Silk. All new patterns the Bridge brand 1.25 Q Rf v value on sale Monday and Tuesday the yd - One lot remnants of silk on sale very special to clear Monday and Tuesday at yd - 28-inch pink...

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

sfco Our line of Mens' Furnishings is full and complete embracing everything that the most lastidious may require and Our' Prices are RiorXit;. ' GENT'S FURHIS 3 EXOHANOE H Watson Dalton cf Waco ceeds Aubrey Lee. uc- IS OPERATOR 10 MANAGER: Takes the Place of Percy Scott and the Manager Lee Change to be Made by Fifteenth. Watson Dalton of Waco arriv- ed in the city this morning and joined Traveling Auditor Pi-ater. of theSingletary Logan & Kief- er cotton exchange and together they went to Brady today to look after business interests for the company. It is understood here that Dalton will in the near fu- ture relieve Manager Aubrey Lee and Operator Scott asmana-' ger and operator of the Brown- wood office. So far this is mere rumor and Mr. Prater being out ! of town confirmation could not be j had but it is understood to. be correct Mr. Dalton will prob- ably take charge about the 15th. Good specialties and lots of; them wTith Hans Hanson TRAVELING SALESMAN Former p m r . x -Reg...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 4 February 1907

i f AIco Clothing. The celebrated line of AIco Clothing is one of the best that is being made today. Not only does it lead in style but in durability. We are more than pleased with' our Clothing business this season. We only have a few suits and Overcoats left but they must go in order to make room for the enormous Spring line we have bought. Just received a new and up-todate line of STETSON LOW CUT SHOES for Spring. Don't fail to see them. We have the quality and make the price. can Looney Mercantile ON IUJBIIO SQUARE. ON rCJBIIO SQUARE. The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors. Entered at the Brown wood Postoffice as Seoond-Class Mail Matter. Subscription Per Month . 50c WILL. H. MAYES Managing Editor. H. P. MAYES Business Manager. 0. A. TUNNELL City Editor A H. CHAPIN Advertising Mgr. E. C. SEITZ Daily Circulator W. R. DDLA Foreman Mech. Dept. The winds and the sun had a gay old. fight Sunday and for a time it looked like the championship belonged to our friend from ...

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

I ERE IS THAT MOJWEY Officers and Directors : T.'C. YANTIS President J. G WEAKLEY 1st Vice Pres. J. A. WALKER 2nd Vice Pres. MILLARD ROMINES Cashier WM. B. CROSS Asst. Cashier G. N. HARRISON H. Tt WILLIAMS. Jrt?tKCen eamin8: aI1 thef afS? Have ?u spent ft and Iet the othcr fcIIow Put in the bank? If so why let olh- EODle Save thp mntww -wrut mn T- - XT t ..( 1 ' ' crkTt 7 7""w j Tluvld iNcwi-ear ana puT your money m the bank. 1 he manwho toi s onand jst able to make ends meet and cxpttinr nnthino-iP c.o5j u m.j - al . t c: nf npnnl. ? fU;. j iT . j i oaiu iu uavc uk uuoe iu me gnnasione an tne time l hous- es ot people are m this sad plight and all just because they do not apply business methods to their private affairs and make tt?S?iSS t EVery4ay in 1907 Wi" be f d day t0 Start a bank account SP the Lkt live on s man you earn and save the dtffervnrfvs Wo .f. f lc j.h ' ni .u ti XT- 7 . . . iui duiuum irum one aonar up. Lome ana see us and ilk the matter over. Yntirmnnpu n thSc kan...

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

' ! I THE BEAT .OF THE PULSE. It Vnrlca Greatly In nilFcrent sons nml Condition. Per The poise or wmqh'Ii generally beats at a slichtly faster rate than that of ro4n. It may be said that when a per- son is at ret lils imle tliat of aiiv adult nmy be from ieventy-five to Ighty t:ms a minute. Great variation exists in different individuals in rc - spect of tbe number of beats. Afte . xreisp tlw pale quickens because o: the. stimulation of the heart ami th Fjr.no result applies to the effects of . tak'rag f ;&d. A doe of alcohol will alsu: . ettmulate the pnl.se somewhat just a lie tise f tobacco (.'specially in exec tend to hare an opposite effect- lutiHely that of lowering the rat' o: - r piic boeause of the depression 01 2C.tr t which res-Jits. In fevers aiK1 . JiaSiaHirn t?ry dses the pulse rat- twills t be very inucli iucreased anr ; ;al0. In respect or it? character. Insto:n J W-ati.tg quieUy tbe blood vessel i;; fistsct -.ises exhibits a very full and UmtMlins movement. On t...

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