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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 18 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 besl 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- sured of the iriendly interest of ourbankand its officers. Our Customers Have Our First Consideration. . -r OMxo Citizens National Banlc of ' Brownwood M H M M H X 3 H K X X X X X u i ) A Peculiar Accident m j j?i 1 V. xuesuay aiiernuon u-uiuie uej longing to H. Morgan broke its leg by kicking against the stall. Mr. Morgan had just placed the animal in the stall when it commenced to kick at him and struck an upright post in a -way that broke a hind leg just above the hock. It was evi- j dent that the mule would never be of any service and it was car- j ried off to be killed to relieve it ' of its misery. G oldthwaite; Eagle. ; "Wlien the Stomach Heart or Kidney j ne...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 18 January 1908

o o o o o o o i o o o o o o o o f o o o General -News ? 4 Two men were killed" one police- aan was wounded and several workmen were injured in a pitch- ed battle between three policemen and thirty Hungarian railroad la borers at Gray Jnd. The Tennessee railroad commis- sion has unanimously adopted a resolution ordering all railroads in that state to put ou a 2 cent flat rate the same to go into ef- fect April 1 of this year. Prof. J. II. Jenkins principal of the Corsicana public schools was appointed a member of the state text-book board by Governor Campbell vice Prof. II. C. Pritch- ett superintendent of the Hunts-' ville normal resigned. Owingfcfeo an attack of gout the pope has been reluctantly obliged to suspend all audiences. His . private physician Dr. Petacci in sisted that the pontiff go to bed and to do this the patient consent ed. The gout causes acute pains and swelling of the knees. The Cudahy Packing Company is selling gallstone nt high prices to the Japanese. "What the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 18 January 1908

V i j mm -m i jl linn imwv i j . i i-iwiiww---i . ! Ll Z I l .---L - -I isTOatE . 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 without cost. Their deposit book-affords a complete record ot cash receipts while their checks are always evidence of date and amounts of all disbursements. Playing a laborer store account or any other bill with a bank check 'is much safer than w ith money because the personreceiving the check must endorse it and the check being returned to the maker bythe..b ink is the best possible form of receipt. Farmers: IVTakc the experiment one'year of keeping a Bank account and see if it does not pay. : " It is not necessary to waitfo accumulate any large amount we will accept $1.00 deposits on regular checking accounts which wi)I receive thtf same care and attention as the large ones. When your money is deposited in a ba...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 18 January 1908

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 without cost. Their deposit book affords a complete record oi cash receipts while their checks are always evidence of date and amounts of all disbursements. Paying a laborer store account or any other bill with a bank check is much safer than with money because the persorreceiving the check must endorse it and the check being returned to the maker by-thebmk 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 waitlfo accumulate any large amount we will accept $1.00 deposits . on regular checking accounts which will receive the same care and attention as the large ones. When your money is deposited in a baq.k there isno da.iger of it beinj stolen while if you are carrying it in your pocket not onl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 18 January 1908

i Win- ter evervings j an excellent time to plan a vacation Write for following booklets: Titan of Chasms. Side Trips; PetrtHed Forest. Reasons Why. . Summer Outlnc In California. A Colorado Summer. Santa Fe Trail They Are Free Fred HarveyMeal Serv ice Via Santa Fe. W. S. Keenan Oen. Pass. Act. O.C. & S. F. Ry. Galveston Texas. -THE MYSTERY OF SLEEP. ; "Ne Man Knows When the Moment c' Unconsciousness Comes. There is n remarkable fact cotiiifvu'-'. ? "with sleep which must ot lie v.'i "looked. The sleep of a .human l'r -r . llfxve iirerxiot too busy to attend to ; matter. always evokes a certain foe!; of awe. Go into-a room where a -son is sleeping aim it is ditlicuit '.J resist the sense that one is hi the pr- -- vence of the central mystery of e -nce. People who remember how : 'etantly they see old Jones asleep :. .-the club library will smile at this. . ' look quietly and alone even at I -Jones and the sense of mystery v.i! soon develop. - It is no good to say that sleep is tr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 18 January 1908

This is New Year iSo 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. IS AWARDED Mrs. W. J. Redmon Wins Ad- yertising Answer Contest. Renfro's. If your eyes trouble you see Dr. Winters over Brooke Smith Bank Father John Power goes to Co manche tonight to fill his regular appointment at the Episcopal -church there tomorrow A fresh consignment of cauli- iflower at W. H. Stvenson & Co. d78. J. Y. "Webb general agent of the Franklin Insurance. Co. is in the city today from Dallas. Mv. ."Webb says notwithstanding the money stringency his company -came pretty close to a record year an its Texaa business. "The Bulletin has for sale a limited number of Lithographed Vendors Lien Notes. If you need anything in this line call -on us. Mrs. Arch Rati iff left this 'morning for Brady where she will spend a few days with her parents. Arch will ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 20 January 1908

DAILY BULLETIN INSURANCE E. B. HENLEY & CO. SROWNWOOD. !EXAS. MONDAY JAN. 20 1908. NO. 80 at (HHXXIiMXVMHKXXHXXXX) Shoes X X X . X- .- r X K X H INSURANCE. B. HENLEY & CO. There are lots of Shoes made and sold but mighty few shoes afe made and sold that give the wearer satisfaction Brin's Shoes are the latter kind They give the wearer satisfaction and the price is lower than that asked by other stores m M M M X ' M M - X X X X SAM XXXXXMMMHMJiHXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXHHIXMXHllMMXXXXXXXXXXXHXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX Two Out of Fourteen V Frip With ljvuuv r i in i iMat Brook Who Was Injured in a Mine Ex plosion at Carthage N. M. Is on Road to Recovery. .JVord has been received from JL A. Brook whose son Nat was seriously .injured in a mine explosion at Carthage N. M. to the effect that the young man is getting along very well and will Aon be able to make the trip ftnmp The vonnc man is a cousin to J. M. and Nat Perry of -this city and. lives with his -hor at -Crfbseor In this ffiht...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 20 January 1908

The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING CO. Proprietors. filtered at the Brownwood Postoffice as second class mail matter WILL S. MAYES Managing Editor. C A. TUNNELL City Editor. H. F. MAYES Business Manager. E. E. KIRKPATRICK Ass 't. Ed. W. R. DULA Foreman Mech Dept E. C. SEITZ City Circulator. Subscription Price per month 50 cents. There are not many seasons when this cannot xbe done in this country if farmers will only" go at it early enough. Arrange plant enough corn for yourown use if farming and to be sure to about.it plant a few more acres than you think you can possi- bly need. It will pay. PAINFULLY HUMILIATING. Senator Looney must feel humiliated ir he knows of the strenuous efforts being made by the Bailey following to pet out a more representative friend of Bailey against Davidson. The impression is created that Looney is clever enough and ardent enough in his homage to the political boss but just lacking in ability to make the fight against Davidson. TO OPEN HIS CAMPAIGN. Th ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 20 January 1908

Free Safety Lock Boxes For Your T 'uable Papers. Every man woman or child who.cdm s to this BANK is treated courteously and his or her business is attended to to the best of our ability. We want your birness 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 our.banknd i s officers. . ' Our Customers Have Our First Consideration. 1 ODtKe OxtissexTiSfii National Banl: of Brownwood 7 WEATHER STUNTS. Mercury Dropped From 71 to 31 AH in a Day. January 15th will long be re- membered by the Fort Worth weather man. On that date the thermometer did a phencmenal somersault stunt dropping from 71 degrees at 4 o'clock in the afternoon ddwn to 31 at midnight. The mercury went on its downj ward tumble at the rate of 5 de- grees per hour going from de- lightful springtime to freezing winter. Last January was a record- breaker in Texas weather history. Thfr present January thus far bids fair to "outdo ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 20 January 1908

Free Safety Lock Boxes For Your T Suable Papers Every man woman or child who cpmJs to this BANK is treated courteously and his or her business is attended to to the best of our ability. We want your bus ness because we know wcjcan serve you well and to our mutual advantage. It you transact your business here you are as sured of the inendlv interest ot our.ba.nk. and its oihcers. m " I Oiir Customers Have Our First Consideration. ODlxc OitifijOML National Bank of i 1 r Brownwood E3I WEATHER STUNTS. Mercury Dropped From 71 to 31 All in a Day. January 15th. will long be re- membered by the Fort Worth weather man. On that date the thermometer did a phenomenal somersault stunt dropping from 71 degrees at 4 o'clock in the afternoon down to 31 at midnight. The mercury went on its down- ward tumble at the rate of 5 de- grees per hour going from de- lightful springtime to freezing winter. Last January was a record- breaker in Texas weather history. The "present January thus far bids fair to ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 20 January 1908

t. 4 4 11 i ? z I xjeneralNews I HH1 1 n ill I II 1 1 1 1 1 H Roosevelt consented to allow troops to remain at Goldfield un til Nevada Legislature can pro- Tide force to perform police functions of the State. At returning prosperity cele- bration in Waco ham sandwiches Texas pickles fruits wine from Texas grapes and cigars of Texas tobacco manufactured in Texas were served. The judiciary committee re- ported favorably Mr. Stephens' bill to establish a federal court at Amarillo. The bill is the same as the " Culberson bill which passed the senate last week. them and given up as dead the men battled for five hours with the fire and when they reached the surface their faces were blackened their clothes torn and all were severely bruised! from stumbling in their flight for safety. With the Interstate Commerce Commission at Washington there has been filed by George 25. Loltus of St. raul Minn. ac companied by Senator Follette a petition asking for a reduc tion of 25 per cent in the lower...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 20 January 1908

The Prosperity of Mary Mary Bad a little purse That's the reason cf this verse. In that -purse she had a penny; She added to it till it was many; ; . Then deposited in the BroWn Wood ' National Bank Using its deposit blanks. NOW she's independent as can be Because she deposited with US. You see! Capitol and Surplus $20000000 We offer you absolute safety. We issue time certifi- f cates of deposit We furnish safety lock boxes free to our cuustomers We solicit your patronage. The Brown wood National Bank. Officers: T. C. YANTIS Presidpnt J. C. WEAKLEY 1st Vic- 'tis. J. A. WALKER 2nd Vice pres. MILLARD KOMINFS. Cashiei WM. B. CROSS At. Cashier A. P. FORD Asst. Cashier. Dr. Steel pastor of the First Methodist church has a way of talking out in meeting that sounds good to the old time Methodist. He prefaced his sermon last night with a few re- marks that peeled the bark wher ever they hit The doctor says there are a few people in Brown- wood who if they get to heaven will have to be kille...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 20 January 1908

V - '(: s v. s Win- ter evenings an excellent "time to plan a vacation Write for following booklets: Titan of Chasms. Side Trips. Petrified Forest. Reasons Why. Summer Outing loCallforaU. A Colorado Summer. Santa Fe Trail They Are Free Fred Harvey Meal Service Via Santa W. S. Keenan Oea. Pass. Act. O.C & S. F. Ry. Oavestons Texas. 1 "A Parliamentary Stratagem. It was at an informal session after one of the regular meetings of a religious convention that the New Hampshire minister told some - of his best stories. "There is one Tnan in our church" he said "who is as good as gold but so long wind- ed that he tires everybody out. "At one time it was suggested by "one of the deacons that in order to avoid the extreme length of this ;good man's remarks at prayer meet- ing we might make a five minute -limit This I inaugurated at the next meeting and it was cheering to us 11 to see that when the long winded man rose to speak he held his open 'watch in his left hand. "When the limit was ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 20 January 1908

The Prosperity of Mary Capital and Surplus $20000000 Mary bad a little purse That's the reason cf this verse. In that -purse she had a penny; She added to it till it was many; Then deposited in the BroWnWpod National Bank Using its deposit blanks. NOW she's independent as can be Because she deposited with US. You see! We offer you absolute safety. We issue time certifi- cates of deposit We furnish safety lock boxes free to our cuustomers ; We solicit your patronage . - .xAW.y. ': Officers: T. C. YANTIS President J. C. WEAKLEY 1st Vice ''nis. J. A. WALKER 2nd Vice pres. MILLARD ROMINFS. Cashiei WM. B. CROSS Act. Cashier A. P. FORD Asst. Cashier. The Brown wood National Bank 8 Dr. Steel pastor of the First Methodist church has a way of talking out in meeting that sounds good to the old time Methodist. He prefaced his sermon last night with a few re- marks that peeled the bark wher ever they hit The doctor there are a few people in Brown-1 wood wno if they get to heaven will have to be...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 20 January 1908

ir. This is New Year So; let's smoke up. : "We 'have pipes." Although' times are liard let's mix the bit- ter with the sweet. We have the candy. If you have lost a pane wehave the glass. If you have found a .pain we have the cure. Renfro's. ' If your eyes trouble you see Dr. "Winters over Brooke amitn iBank ' W. T. Jackson of Greenville who recently purchased the Palace hotel here is in the city today on business. Shungopavi Friday night. iHal Sbarn of F rt Worth is spending a few days in the oity on a visit to his mother - A. fresh consignment otfcaali- lower at W. H. Stvenson & Co. 7& -Return Davitte of Dublin was over yesterday on a vieit to home- folks and tu look after property interests. By all means se Shungopavi. -. - Attorney James H Baker re- turned Saturday night from a trip to Brady where he had sev- -eral important cases in the county court. J. T. and Boo Bennett are in The Bulletin has for sale a .i;m;jirl nnmhpr nf Tjithooranhed J l l Utiw " " cr . Vendors Lie...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 21 January 1908

F'.t NSURANCE. INSURANCE E. B. HENLEY & GO. E B. HENLEY & GO. VOL. 8. BROWNWOOD. TEXAS. TUESDAY JAR 21 1908. NO. 81 X X M M X M x x DAILY BULLETIN ' ohoes X1 X X - X - r mi 4 4 x x ?s : 5 X M x x X x x x Sh jThere are lots of Shoes made and sold but migkty few shoes are made and sold that give the wearer satisfaction Brin's L11C Jct-LLCi xvniu. x xi&y givt wilt w taiti oauoianwii wjv nvw .10 iuwvi inaix ciiat aaxvcu. vy UtllCI oLUiCb oes are We are offering all our $400 Ladies shoes at - . - . - - - - - ' $3.48 AH our $350 Ladies shoes at - - - 2.98 We are offering all of our $300 Ladies shoes at - ... . . . $2.40 All of our Ladies $250 shoes at - Ie98 SAM Sells For Less x x x X- X ' . X x X M X X X WILL CASE DECIDED Jury in the Ed Green Will Case Was Out Only Brief Time. SOME PECULIAR FEATURES ID E TtiE ARREST Deputy Marshal John Champion Executes Clever Piece of Work. MAN WAS WANTED AT TRINIDAD Signature to the Other Will Was Declar- ed by Experts on Handwriting to be ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 21 January 1908

ft "i - ' ' 4 . f ."-.4. " The Prosperity of Mary Wary bad a little purse That's the reason of this verse. In that purse she had a. penny; She added to it till it was many; Then deposited in the BroWnWOOd . National Bank Using its deposit blanks. NOW she's independent as can be Because she deposited with US. You see! Capital and Surplus $20000000 We offer you absolute safety We issue time certifi- cates of deposit We furnish safety lock boxes free to our cuustomers. We solicit your patronage '..y-:'r': The Brownwood National Bank Officers: T. C. YANTS President J. C. WEAKLEY 1st Vice Pres. J. A. WALKER 2nd Vice Pres. MILLARD ROMINES Cashiei WM. B. CROSS Asst. Cashier A. P. FORD Aist. Cashier. 1 " i The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING CO. Proprietors. Entered at the Brownwood Postoffice as second class mail matter WILL H. MAYES Managing Editor. C. A. TUNNELL City Editor. H. F. MAYES Business Manager. E. E. KIRKPATRICK Ass't. Ed. W. R. DULA Foreman Mech Dept E. C. SEITZ City Circulator....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 21 January 1908

All or lie Free Safety Lock Boxes For Your Valuable Papers F.upru man. wnman nr rhilrl whn rnmes tn this RArVJTC ic courteously and his or her business Is af tended tn tn ih hci of - We want your business because we know we can serve you well sured of the friendly interest of ourbankand its officers. ) our mutual advantage. If you transact your business here you. are as- Our Customers Have Our First Consideration. IMx-3 Oitiexus IVational Bank of Browiiwood v . dIJO IL A Quality Corner. "We have hnishel stocktaking alid are pleased with the result of our business in Brownwood. We attribute our success to the fact that we carry only the Purest and Fresh- est Goods and know how andyDQ' accord to all customers prompt attention in the store audvthe very quickest delivery of their purchase. A Phone order receives in the Quality Corner Store the same careful attention as is given if you come in person. We nave bnilded a reputation 'on the character of our GROCERIES. Phone 40 if busy Phone...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 21 January 1908

I Thisis "New Year So let's smoke up. "We have j)ipes." Although times are hard lets mix rthe 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 hayefthe cure. w i Rcnfro's. 1 Keep Peace In the Family A trial order of Groceries of your own sclect'on from our stock insures peace and happiness. atJiome. Chas. Haynie ON PUBLIC SQUARE. 2 of. the prettiest lots in Ford's Addition price $700.00. These - lots are partly improv- ed -will take good horse in part payment. Until Feb. 1st we offer a good lot for $100 bash. Same lots have been selling for $200tb $250.00. The property has not gone down but owner must have the money. If you have household goods or merchandise you want stored see us. Our charges are the cheapest- -New Optical Parlors. " Dr.v Winters Jias.fitted. up cozy optical parlors in the buliding formerly occupied by the Singer Sewing Machiae company and opened for business there yes terday. The doctor has been wa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 22 January 1908

DAILY BULLETIN. E; B. HENLEY & CO. E B. HENLEY & CO. 5 OL. 8 BROWNWOOD TEXAS. WEDNESDAY. JAN. 22 19 8 NO. . 82 Ir I Rankin Sheet Metal Works High Grade Plumbing . Sheet Metal and Tin Work 5 RETAINED As Counsel for the Farmers Un- ion and Executive Committee. I SI MH STREET Council Passed Street Working Ordinance Last Night. EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY FIRST 4 All Male Citizens Between the Ages of 21 and 45 Must Do Service or Pay in Money. For several weeks the city coun- cil has been considering the advis- ability of passing a street working ordinance hut a stubborn light bras' been made against the ordinance all along. Last night conditio .s were favorable and the ordinance Avas passed without the vote of the mayor. The ordinance pro- vides that every able bodied male citizen between the ages of 21 and 45 shall be required to work the streets of Brownwood three days AFTER ISQUITOS Plan Suggested to Rid City of Pests Next Summer HARWARD SAYSDRAIN SLOUGH And the Problem Will Be Solved...

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