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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 15 January 1908

Capital and Surplus $20000000 and does 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 know ii)s safe and then you can rest easy at night when you go to bed. The bank is a convenient as well as a business necessity. It costs you nothing to keep any amount Of money in the bank wherewou 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. out as you please. It is to the interest of every progressive man tpibecome interested in the bank and do business. We do a general banking business with all kinds and cksses of people and we try1 to serve them well. We offer our best servic...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 15 January 1908

Win- an excelle: to pian a va " Write for booklets: A Colorado They Are Fred Harvey Meal Service Via Santa Fe. ter nt time catiok fohwiDg 1 V Side TWas. OH. Titan of Chasms. Petrified Forest. Reascai bummer Outing in Calif u W. S. Keenan Gen. Pass. Act. G.C. & S. F. Ry. Galveston Texas. A RUCKING STONE. Ncw York's Souvenir of - the Remoto " Glacial Period. Tuoujrh tens of thousands oi persons 'yearly see the eveAt rocking stone of -fBronx park in New York city few realize tiiat it Is the city's most con isplcuous souvenir of the glacial period. . Fwlien till of this section -was covertvi with an ocean. of ice some 1.H00 fee! thick that was niovlnsr slowlv toward the south. " That pinkish bit of granite u'ejirhl.: ."'Thirty tons standing seven and o:k ; half feet above its rocky base Ikhii' .ten feet broad and eight feet thick came from the far north carried the resistless Icy arms of the glach tiiat swept over the continent down t. "this latitude marking Its path by de- positing...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 15 January 1908

' i t ; : r i Y Ihis is New Year So let's smoke up. " 'We have vines. Although times arc bardlet's mix the bit- with the sweet. e have the candy. TP X It l -it you have lost a paneVejhave the glass. If you Kave found a jpain we nave tne cure. MAkf QTRINfi Qfl In I . IIRRfMN R ARI1R I mm n d c w. J IjUMUIIIl UU II ll. Urn I. n llllCIi. VI Will Meet Thursday Morning mgMm Expert Optician I Maj. Rankin's Office. lifllHHB X Eyes Examined FREE. I II MEal No case toodifficrilt. Satisfaction ' I HAD 1 1 SSSr r ffices overlrooke Smith's Bank. I ' Phone 191. r I :enfro's. - If your eyes trouble you see "Br. Winters over Brooke Smith "Bank Will A. Bonds left this morning .Ircr-Fort "Worth on basin ess. Cabbage 3 cents per pound cask Hallonquist on the square. mxsne -393. d7G&78 Mrs. J. W. Staton is recover- ing "from an attack of pneimo- Calling cards engraved or printed in the latest styles at lathe Bulletin office. P. S. Abney is in "Winchcll to-'-day on business for the Citizens Nationa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 16 January 1908

r fc. B. HENLEY & CO. Fire Insurance $ Tornado Insurance Accident Insurance DAILY BULLETIN. E. B. HENLEY & CO. Plate Glass Insuranc Steam Boiler Insuran' BurglaryJnsurance OL8. BROWNWOOD. TEXAS. THURSDAY JAN. 16 J 908 NO. 77 4. m m M M M M ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft Avoid the Cold Get under one of my Blankets or Comforts The prices are so low that none need suffer from the cold N . ' v " Cotton and Wool Blankets. : Comforts. 65c Cotton Blankets - 39c 65c good grade 58c $1.00 extra good - 74c $1.25 fine quality for 97c $1.50 best grade for $1.1 $2.00 extra larore $1.4 $2.50 while they last . $1.98 3.00 all wool for 2.29 3.50 a winner for - 2.84 4.00 a world beater 3 17 450 Comp'trs $6.00 grade 3.95 6.00 fine quality for - " 4.69 8.oo extra grade for - - 6.12 $1.00 full size for $125 nice grade -$1.50 good comfort - $2.00 cracker jack for $2.50 extra fine - 76c 98c $1.18 $1.49 $2.08 The Onerice Man ft ft ft ft ft ft i ft ft ft ft ft ft ft...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 16 January 1908

The Daily Bulletin MAYES PJRLN'IING COMPANY . ro-jrietots Botered at the Brownwood Postoflice as Second Class Mail Matter. . Sttbscription Per Month WILL H. MAYES Managing Editor. " H F. MAYES Business Manager. C. A. TUNNELL. City Editor. . C. SEITZ Daily Circulator. E E. KIKKPA'IKKK Associate Editor W. R. DULA Foreman Mech. Dept. It is stated and has never been denied that on an actual count eighty per cent of the population of Travis county is op- posed to Baileyism and the esteemed Statesman seems-16 think that these eighty per cent are actuated solely by implacable hate for Senator Baijey while they claim to be actuated by the belief that Baileyism is detrimental to the public welfare. -Does the Statesman believe that eighty per cent of the Travis county cit- izenship is insincere in the fight against Baileyism? THE BAILEY PROCLAMATION. Senator Bailey's expected amnesty proclamation proved to be a declaration of war. It covered nearly three columns of closely set matter in the d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 16 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 oir 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- suredpf the friendly interest of ourbankjand its officers. Our Customers Have Our First Consideration. if IMxe Citizens National Bank of Brownwood THE WHISK BROOM ARTIST. Omly in Charleston or Some Oth- er Southern City Is Ke Pound Best. This innate uncontrollable crav- ing of the negro for rhythm is uo- "ivhere better exemplified than in a colored barber's manipulation of an ordinary democratic whisk broom. You may think that you ; have been whisked in New York but .the best of our boot-blacks and barber's assistants merely brush your trousers from the knee down with a few conventional ! cold movements and a perfunc- tory pass at your collar. Their whisking is at b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 16 January 1908

V . - U 11 - ft ! 5 : s. k o o o . o n 6 o o - o o -o o o o o .4. . .0 o . VI I I T 1 I I General News f J I I I I I I J I 1 1 I I 1 I Illj 1 i t Word has been received of the death of T. J. Shuck a former resident of Fort "Worth which oc- curred Saturday night in New York City as the result of being crushed beneath a street car. Dr. F. B. Beauchamp who kill- ed Charles Thomas of Chico Tex- as on a train at Ilobart a year ago -was shot and killed at Lawton by two brothers of his victim .lolm Thomas of Lawton and "William Thomas of Chico as he was board- ing a train. Henry Turner who was convict- .ed to hailg for killing Gdorge Butts and whose appeal was pend- ing assaulted Jailer August Torn- iing who in self-defense shot and killed him in the Medina county jail. His relatives took the body to Sabinal for interment. The announcement is made that the Argentine Republic will send a division of warships to meet the American fleet off Patagonia and that Chile will send a division with t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 16 January 1908

r Why Farmers Should Keep a Bank Account . Farmers as a rule keep no book accounts. By depositing their money in a bank the bank becomes their bookkeeper giving" a systematic method of bookkeeping vjithout cost. v T heir deposit book affords a complete record ot cash receipts while their checks are always evidence of date and amounts of all disbursements. Paying a laborer siore account or any other bill with a bank check is much saf:r than with money because the person receiving the check must endorse it and the check being returned to the maker by the b-mk is the best possible form of receipt. Farmers: 'Make the experiment one year of' keeping a bank account and see if it does not pay. . It is not necessary to wait to accumulate any large amourW we will accept $1.00 deposits on regular checking accoirnfs which will receive the same care noj attention as the large ones. When your money is deposited in a bank there is no danger oyit bem stolen while if you are carrying it in your poc...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 16 January 1908

( i Win- ter eyervings wing Titan of Chasm Petrified Forest. Summer Outlnj: A Colorado Summer. They Are Tree Fred Harvey Meal Service Via Santa A. Sid mu an excellent time to plan location Write f6V folf booklets: "THE POSE OF POWER." e Trias. seas Why. Trail W. S. Keenan Oen. Pass. Art. O.C. & S. F. Ry XJalvcston Texas. lay Hita Fe A FAMOUS DUEL. -The F.-.tal Meeting Between Commo- dores Barron and Decatur. n March 22 1S20 was fought one of the most memorable duels in the an- aals of the United States. Commodore Decatur aad Commodore B.irroti met on the' fatal Geld near Rladensburg that. day. Both participants were "wounded Decatur mortally dying '"within a few hours after the encoun- ter. The causes which led to the ill Ceding between these two naval heroes 2iave nevor been accurately del er mined 'but It is generally . supposed that De--catur's harsh criticism of Itarruu on account of the latter not returning irot.t Abroad to take part in the war brough: about the breach. Cer...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 16 January 1908

H"H-!-H-I"M' M-M-H-X 'Mil I l..I.-1-a.M..l..l-H-l-I-M-I-r-I-I-I-I-I-I-l-t-! ! I 'H-H-M Ia'a'I:"PIaIHIIHI"I I-I.-I-I -I-M-M-M I-I-I-I-I-l-M- fMMM..T.j..Ti.t..T..TMT . H T I 111 1 II 1 1 J II I I I M'MI I M I M - i THERE IS NO TIME ' . LIKE THE PRESENT i- V r V0 2 tig IF THERE IS ANYTHDfG You want or Donl want IF YOU HAVE A- Lost or found Anything IF YOU WANT TO Bug Sell Exchange or Rent IF YOU HATE ANY WANTS OF AMY 4 KIND REMEMBER THE DAILY BULLETIN WANT ADS I f DO THE BUSINESS ON SHORT NOTICE One Cent Per Word First Insertion I HALF CENT WORD EACH SUBSEQUENT INSERTION. MINIMUM CHARGE 20C 1 M.ve- ..nHn Co. PTaoiie 3232. ESO t t

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 16 January 1908

VfSS J '"I 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 tpain we have the cure. NEW OIL COMPANY Richardson-Gay Oil Company of Corsicana to Locate Here Renfro's. "ii your eyes trouble you see sl)r. Winters over Brooke Smith Bank yeste - CJias. Loekett returned day from a trip to Brady. Calling cards engraved "sprinted in the latest styles the Bulletin officp. Lane has crone to Temple "Ho accent a ijosition :is teiesrranh operator durinjr the vacation AQf wne 4jf the operators there. 6RQWNW00D HEADQUARTERS 1 Company Will Opefrae Throughout thi Section and Will Have Big Ware- house Here. M. H. Clark or Corsicana will arrive in this city within a few days to locate an agency in Brownwood for the JRichardson- Gay Oil Company of Corsicana. Mr. Clark has a wife and two children and has engaged rooms at the Shropshire residence and expects ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 17 January 1908

1 . B. HENLEY & CO. Fire Insurance Tornado Insurance DAILY BULLETIN E. B. HENLEY & CO. Plate Glass Insurance V Steam Boiler Insuran'e Accident Insurance Burglary Insurance 'WfMMMHMMKHl s a RIEKIilllllEiilMlIIIIQIllIiailMMrf mmkbikth m mm w mm .w I eivQArMiovo s The Largest Stock in Town Embracing the World's Best Makes at Prices S J That Defy Competition. 5 I . . . m . Burglary Insurance VOL 6ROVVNWOQ1; TrlXAX FRIDAY JAN. 17 1908. Mri n0 " i w . u f t r - M M M m ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft Cravanetts. Our $10.90 Leader Our $12.50 Hex Special Our $15.00 Hand Made $7.95 ?9 9 $11.87 Boys' and Children's Suits. Our $1.5.0 Knee Pant suits Our 1.75 well made suits Our 2.00 wool suits - - Our 2.50 nobby patterns Our 3 00 Cracker Jacks. Our 3 50 new stvles - - Our 4 00 Hand Made - - Our 5 00 Custom Made - 1 V r $1.17 f - 1.38 - l.SU Our - 25 Our - Our - y3 23 Our 4.17 Our . Men's Overcoats. Our 4.50 Blue and Black Beaver $3.39 Our 5.00 World beater now Chir 6 50 Ulste...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 17 January 1908

The Daily bulletin MAYES PRlNllNb lOMHANV rroprteiors Eatered at the Brownwood Postoflice as Second Class Mail Matter Subscription Per Month 50c WILL H. MAYES Manatfinj; Editor. H F. MAYES Business Manager. C.'A. TUNNELL City Editor. S. C. SEITZDaily Circulator. E E . KIRK PATR 1CK Associate Editor W. R. DULA Foreman Mech Dept. The Ladies Civic Federation work to make of that place a city to be commended and Fort Worth If Dallas does not get a hustle on itself pretty soon one that is not yet evidenced by any newspaper reportsthat city will look like fifteen cents to the Elks who will compare it with Philadel- phia their last meeting place. Dallas ought to do something dis- tinctive and there isn't much time to be lost. The Times-Herald thinks it a good thing just to "Lift Dallas out of the mud." A BAD AFFAIR. That rough and tumble fight at the Farmers' Union head- quarters in Fort Worth is to be deplored. At this distance no one can pass upon the merits of the case but that it was a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 17 January 1908

1 Free Safety Lock Boxes - For Your Valuable Papers Every man woman or child who comes to this BANK is treated courreo and his or her business is attended to to the best of oar ability. We want your business because we know we can serve you well and to our mu 1 advantage. If you transact your business here you are as- sured of the friendly interest of ourbankand its oiiicers. Our Customers Have Our Consideration. HI irs IVatib rial Bank of Brownwood ' 4 JTof r I I TO Farmers' Union Officers Engage in Serious Altercations. PYLE ATTACKS NEILL Editor Hit President With Official Met- al Seal. The bitter strife that has been i growng between the two factions of the Texas Farmers' union for the past six weeks culminated ; here yesterday in an assault upon i President D. J. Neill.who during ! theencounter which was par-1 ticipated in by three or four was struck on the forehead with the fifteen-pound official seal and on ! the left side of the head with a paper-weight At first it was though...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 17 January 1908

fa r ( r o o o i- o o o o o o - o o o o . o o J o o . $ J ; general JNews ? President Houston has announc- ed that he has been . advised to kold the Rhoades scholarship ex- aminations Jan. 21 and 22 to de- termine who will represent this state at Oxford. There are sev- eral candidates for the scholar- skip. While romping Avith a friend B. M. "Wbnack of Brady about 25 years of age fell and sustained injuries which physicians say will cause his confinement at his home for weeks. He fell on a leg trrenching and tearing the lead- ers and muscles. The Third Court of Civil Ap- peals overruled the motion of the "Waters-Pierce Oil Company for a rehearing in the main case of the tate against the "Waters-Pierce Oil Company in which a decree of ouster and penalties amounting to $1623900 was secured. The British ship Hartford from Liverpool for Seattle is believe 1 to have cone down with all on board off the west coast of Van couver island. A wireless mes sage reports that the vessels' quarter ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 17 January 1908

Farmers Should Keep a Bank Account Farmers as a rule keep no book accounts. By depositing their money in a bank the bank becomes their bookkeeper giving a systematic method of bookkeeping without cost. Tneii: deposit book affords a complete record oi ash receipts while their checks are always evidence of date and amounts of all disbursements. PayUfg a laborer stord account or any other bill witri a bank check is much safer than with moneWnecause the person re:eivmg the check -: must endorse it ahd the check being returned to theymaker by the bink is the best possible form capital and Surplus $tJ.0MM Officers: T. C. YANTJS 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. 9 HI of receipt. Farmers : Make the experiment one year f keeping a bank account and see if it J- does not pay. It is not necessary to wait to accumulate any large amount we will accept $1.00 deposits on regular checking a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 17 January 1908

Win- ter evenings an excellent tiihe to plan a yacaf ion Writelfor fallowing booklets:- i Titan of Chasni. Side Trips. Petrified Forest. J Reasons Wfay. ART OF DENTISTRY. Summer Outlnri a woiorsao Summer They Are Free Fred Harvey Meal Service Via Santa Fe. in California. Santa Fe Trail W. S. Kcenan Oen. Pass. Art. OX. & S. F. Ry. Galveston. Texas. Yfee Mayor of Berlin. &em t f ibe principal requirement ; i f -eiry for In the municipal fidai-i . lUm of iGw-mmiy 'graft in any V;i . "would n! li? tolerated. Ta liocon'o 2' -1 MiAyor f A city -TOce Berllli -t!v .Mcam ransx ve osra ous nen oik ' 'Gecaaaa citi. ilhs.eareer Is caroft1;:.. '"town council Who et'Uvt him. fw ni ly must lie be ctojiK'tMjt. anil 1 icosgftilfir perform the duties of hi ? : jHdtkn. tut still siy j-ouTM? as U! fj ratnaiu oomietett for tnany year. : n mayor hi Prussia is rfcctwl f jr a tor at of -tft-rb-e years aid ff n t iv elected after that period is oatitk?.! t ?a life pension of half the amount of hi- s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 17 January 1908

This is New Year So let's smoke up. "We havet pipes." Although times are hard let's mil: the bit ter with we nave tnt cjmay. u vou hattr lost a ass. found a the cure. M E. B. IT Passed Away at His Home in This City Today. tHe sweetr 2 -T it pane we haf the gl If Sunav pain wehae nfros. - II your eyes trouble you see 0!r. Winters over Brooke Smith .4Bank . Carl Thompson is at home for visit to his homefolks 'after -spending several years in Jfcru- itana. Chas. Guthrie has returned to this home UTDallas after a very ..jplfcasajit business trip to thc iBrownwood country. A fresh consiirn -flower at W. H. t ffS. tent of cauli- rensoK & Co. The Choral club will meet with iftrs. W. K. Roberts tonight Members will please take notice. The nas for sale a Bulletin a . -iUraited number of Lithographed Lien Notes. If you Vendors; .-siieed anything in this line call ! ton us. Blisses Myrtle McMinn an'd Fan- ane Tarver left this morning for Wua K0n.tc fj nofo 3rady wliere they will spend a ac...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 18 January 1908

1 L B. HENLEY & CO. Fire Insurance Tornado Insurance Accident Insurance DAILY BULLETIN E. B. HENLEY & CO. Plate Glass Insurance Steam Boiler Insuran'e Burglary Insurance VOL. 8. BROWNWOOD. TEXAS. SATURDAY. JAN. 18 1908 NO. 79 3 t u M CLOTHING The Lar$et Stock in Town Embracing the Worlds Best Makes at Prices That JDefy Conipetition. m 1 1 M M M M M M M M m m m A m m M m m m M v M V m m m M M Our Our Our Our Our Our Our Our Our Our Our Sensational Indictments Returned by Grand Jury B. S. Boysen and L. M. Rutland Indicted in Connection With Charges Alleging Embez zlement of Oil from Santa Fe Rv. Co. The grand jury returned two with the railway company I un- indictments yesterday which derstood that the matte.r was fully were of a sensational order. The 'adjusted and that both sides un- indictments were against B. S. Boysen President ii the Brown- wood Gas & .Electri : Gi. and L. M. Rutland recently in the employ of the Santa Fe rai road and charged embezzlement and -t ii ....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 18 January 1908

The Daily MAYES PRINTING CO. Proprietors. nteredat the Brownwood Postoffice as second class mail matter WILL H. MAYES. Manaeiner Editor. . A. TUNNELL City Editor. H. P.MAYES Business Manager. J that of "dispoition of useless papers in the ji. Ji-LKJSJf atkiuk Ass't. Hd. W. R. DULA Foreman Mecli uept t. C. SEITZ City Circulator. Smbecription Price per month . . .50 cents. Brownwood citizens ought to line-up as one man on the side- walk building proposition. Lets sidewalk the old town through and through and plant every street to shade trees. It is time to begin plans to fight the mosquitoes another year. The pesky creatures nearly made Brownwood uninhabit- able last summer. The mosquitoes should be exterminated. Brownwood bids fair to make about as much growth this year as any year in its history. There is no boom on here but the town is as substantial as any place in the state and never takes a backward step in anything. Brownwood is all right. That amnesty proclamation did not even...

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