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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 28 January 1908

DAILY BULLETIN. IN S U R A N C E E. B. HENLEY & CO INSURANCE. B. HENLEY i CO. BROWNWOOD TEXAS TUESDAY JAN. 28 1908. NO. 87 L.8 ' f r3 V NT I: 4 t: Rankin Sheet Metal Works High Grade Plumbing Sheet Metal and Tin Work IIHG IIP THINGS LCROOKE SMITH CONTRIBUTES A. OTHER INTERESTING LETTER. BETTER TIMES ARE COMING iMr. Switk Says People Mast Be Eco- xemfcal as ITitk Good Crops Cob iRiess "Will Betara to Normal Brownwood Tex. Jan. 2S 130$. Daily Bulletin: As indicated in my letter of De- cember the payment of interest on bonds and dividends on corporation stocks which were disbursed in the first days of January and amounting tc something over a quarter of a million dollars lias had a good effect dn the financial world. It is now'safe to con- clude that the money stringency uni versally and nationally speaking i' over and that finances have now reach- ed normol condition in the leading money centers and in a short time will reach the country in general. J Tae oan 01 .ungiana aas reauc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 28 January 1908

ft f T. C. YANTIS President J. G. WEAKLEY 1st Vice Pres. J. A. WALKER 2nd Vice Pres. MILLARD ROMINES Cashiei WM. B. CROSS Asst. Cashier A. P. FORD A st. Cashier. F.vprv man nr -woman who handles money to any. extent snouid. know the value or a bank account iou do not neces ;arilv havp to have a large sum of money to open a bank account; in fact most banks will . accept one dollar as a starter. At--. ter once oneniritr an account you should thereafter deposit regularly and in paying bills issue checks on youte Untthero fore instead of distributing your tunas out promiscuously in tnis manner your cnecir marnea paia oy une o an undisputed receipt for the bills you pay. It not only systematizes your business but adds dignity and con . L . . . -I j 1 1 . 1 J Hit 1 r - 1 A- 111.-. gives you ce to your hncinocc Wp hn.vp not the snace to trive a aetauea explanation or tne aavantaces or a oanK account out win i pleasure in interviewing you personally on the subject. The Brown wood Na Bank. a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 28 January 1908

Every man woman or child who comes to this BANK is treated courteouslyland his or her business (sjattended to to the besl of our ability We wantvbtir Business because we know we can serve you well and to our mutual advantage. If you trans'act your business here you are as sured of the iriendly interest of otirBank'and its officers. v Our Customers Have Our First Consideration. N luiti Oitiasiiss jVational Bank o Brownveood fry f "Ware Co I ;7 .5' . n AH parents-atieai ;L.L .ta t . I .'. . Liicix cnuaren to Io tVfrtpA rrmr4- 'fauroaa companies engagea m mier- aiaiiCC COUutS Wfrate commerce from discriminating clS PTOXn-f ltC ForY Buy None B First the fabrics Second the fabri lUird PURE fast dyed si seam the price moderate New Arrivals 30 dozen ''FAYSTOQe white any size you wanton Another sri he -"ju.ui ui A-Jye. NEW he- The GREATEST line; shown in the city. NEW H NEW BELTS BARR A most cofpTT NECKWEAR FANrY"1iPIort J1 Buteer a newspaper pinto-. a xwkl VtSgrapheJ.f wh0 attempte.l to "s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 28 January 1908

- V Mm 1 At Our Store Fiiends will be given a cordial -welcome at our store and they trill find the very freshest of drugs and notions. We have given the drug business the closest study during the last ten years and find the way to please turned from a business trip to Fort the trade is giv good values Worth. lor every nickel spent. This is Mrs. W. D. Armstrong returned last thhp.nnr mnt.tAdiiriner 190R. can do this because wa know 3rind of drills to buy. Our pre" scriptions are compounded from pure drugs ajid tnerefare yoa get the best results from them. Renfro s. Ad ertising Rates Th.e following are the rates for space in the Daih Bulletin. For vfirsfc pagf or preferred position add 25 per cnt u theaeprioes: Diy Week Month m5.00i$GO.O(jtil50.00 Page- Half Pape 7 50 30.00 15.0t S.tK T2( 6 2( 5.2C 4.3( 3.8( it.SC 2M 2.W 14 75.00 One-Fourth Page One-Eighth Page 12 Inches Hhlnches 8 Inches Inches 5 Inches . 4 1 aches 3 laches i2 Inches ... 1 Inch i 3 75 2.00 37 50 30.00 18.00 15.60 13...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 28 January 1908

1 credit -"uu- W ro WL- . . t"i.r( uo -Ladies Ta7.- . . Way i. i 31 1 A 'A "A 5 fe- 1 IV f i 1 All parents at least all mothers want their children tQ look the best for. ap: pearance counts with children as well as "grown-ups For Your Boy Buy None But the Hercues. First the fabrics arc ALL WOOL Second the fabrics areJSHOWER PROOF. Third PURE fast dyed silk is used in stitching every seam the price moderate $5.00 to;$7.50 & & New Arrivals at Our Store. 30 dozen ''FAY STOCKINGS" both in black and white any size you want the price 25c 30c and 35c. Another shipment of LADIES SUITS NEW MODELS; $16.50;to $25.00 The GREATEST line of NOVELTIES ever shown in the city. NEW COMBS NEW BAGS NEW BELTS BARRETTES BELT PINS NECK CHAINS with a handsome line of SILK SCARFS. A most COMPLETE LINE of Gentlemen's NECKWEAR FANCY VJESTS at popular prices. We take great pleasure injshowing the new things and invite your inspection of anything we'sell. Rflmpv Smith f!n L11MIIIUJ Vlllllll V WV. I Sesal...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 28 January 1908

l i SHOES! t? OLBtn' DArSUflSEOI it I IV EVERY KIND OF A GO Boys Shoes. Youths Shoes. Wens Sh mens Shoes. We have the leading line our best Shoes wilVwear longer U that will look neat and dressy as long as they They Were Exempt From Jury Duty In Capital Cases. i A CLASS .WITH BUTCHERS ught to Be Too Bloodthirsty -to Imly Pass on the Taking of Hu rt Ufa Executioners Performed ation3 and Acted as Doctors. f For the Ladies we have some ot the smartes that is attractive. Our highto In School Shoes for the Children we are prepared to guarantee our good They vill wear longer than any bhoe on the market We have anything wanted in Shoes - r ERS DRY GOODS GO. 7 umm approved BEGMIE OF EFFIG1ENGT Is Prefer We i Pewer Blasts fer Xaay Imhh Says AUe Writer kldM Sews ef Sulay last. The following clipping from the D&l- $4 the city coacil 1m recently- placed 4 equip the new pump station. This new power is not so well known as the old reliable steam and consequently some have doubt as to its effi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 28 January 1908

EHT5HKB They Were Exempt From Jury ges to uuiy in Capita! Cases. me bc erer Its sold If snnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnPrA HIHH snnnnnnnnsssn- tfVUJ'X K tH nnnnnFW' - nnsnsnw nnn ni m m v m rw -y- hu cairr4ick down the hole." . v!. I dream it! said the customer breath less fVhat then?" 4Why" replied the waiter as he "filled a glass of water "you lean over theslde'of the boat and laugh the -whlffletit to death. Want a few?" "Cleveland Leader. ) ! A LUCKY ESCAPE -Thrilling Experience of a Cyclist on a Swiss Mountain. ' A Dr. Bach was cycling down the 1 "-.pass near Goschenen in Switzerland "when his brake snapped a.nd the ma- . -chine darted forward at terrific speed. Atthe foot of the mountain is a bridge spinning a deep river .gorge. The phy- sician tried to guide his flying machine on the bridge but "the front wheel -struck a side wall ad he was fluig -over the parapet While falling through the air he caught cbSih "hanging from girder. Th momentum of his body Mdenly arrested nearl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 28 January 1908

. . ?! nr drev or real! . TU cMV tKJWer Ui v I riT MW . ... J MJ ;mression vhil ft. j uur ' y TP" I V i I m varities of fruit au- different U.teS I A hat for evry kead in Brow r X . i. l. Q ecil 11 work guaranteed. ffiAJT Ncx Crown Hofe : v . " J A "We are accustomed oo RAILWAY. thinking that e do things on & large scale in the nited States but -we are hardly pre- pajscfto think it possible Cor a rail- way company to build a mile of rail- ad a day for twelve years and put in successful operation but that ust what the Canadian Northern d i&s been doing since 1896 and it its plans matured for building two sand miles more at the same rate. members of the National Editorial ation were guests of this great way company tor several aays le in Canada and traveled over a e part of its western Canadian ngs. This road is essentially a tern Canadian road though it is rapidly through its own lines and ct connections penetrating East- on Lake Superior in the provinces of Manitoba Saskatch...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 4 February 1908

INSP INSURANCE. E. B. HENLEY & CO. DAILY BULLETIN. E. B. HENL SROWNWOOD TEXAS TUESDAY FEB. 4 1908. VOL. 8. NO. 93 li 1 f BUILD .4 Rankin Sheet Metal Works High Grade Plumbing Sheet Metal and Tin Work SIDEWALKS EXAMPLE OXE TEXAS CITY HAS SET IX IMPROVEMENTS. BRQWNWDODSHQULD FOLLOW Twenty Miles of Sidewalks In Fire Years Is the Becord Held By Corsicana. If Brownwood had good sidewalks many -of her other defects would be overlooked. There has never been a concerted" movement in this city look- ing to a betterment of the sidewalk conditions. The secretary of the Fifty Thousand Club is in receipt of the fol- lowing information in regard to the manner in which one Texas city got out of the mud. The people of Corsicana Navarro county a city of 10000 or 12000 peo- ple in. North entraI Texas have demonstrated tat the homestead law jar to building sidewalks when Irk is taken up with determiua few years ago this city which ;the black land district was no- xorioiis for her lack of sidewalks...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 4 February 1908

Capital and Surplus $20000000 OXJR INTERESTS Officers: T. C. YAJfTIS President J. C. WEAKLEY First Vice President r J. A. WALKER Second Ylce President MILLARD ROJIIXES Cashier WJT. B. CROSS Assistant Cashier A. P. FORD Assistant Cashier. Are entirely at home. It is the policy of this bank to confine its business to this and adjoining counties. We consider it but just to our depositors and to those whose business we solicit to follow this course. We ask you to deposit your money with ' us and in turn we bold ourselves in readiness to meet the demands of those whose welfare we are trying to promote; that is our townspeople and farmers adjoining us. The Brown wood National Hank. n A i "7 'A .kirn Tie Daily Bulletin 3LV.YES PREXTIXG CO. Props. Entered at the Browmvood Postoffice as Second Class Mail Matter. Subscription Per Month oOc. WILL H. MAYES Managing Editor. C A. TimELL City Editor. E. E. EIRKPATRICK Associate Editor H. F. MAYES Business Manasrer. E. C. SEITZ Daily Circulator! W....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 4 February 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 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 bank and its officers. ' . Our Customers Have Our First Consideration. The Citizens National Bank of Brownwood M 3 IS I 11 mm Early Dawn Dairy (Famous for the quality of its product) We take pnde in furnishing our customers with the best Milk the richest Cream and the purest Butter that can be had from any. Dairy anywhere. We use latest scientific methods and appliances in' our Dairy and everything has the personal supervision of the proprie- tor. 3Rlk delivered regularly and promptly in tightly sealed dust proof steam cleaned bottles in any quantity from half pint up. Your patronage solicited. J. B. WATTS Prop Phone (94. ROUND A...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 4 February 1908

in 0 f( fl crowd-A. Prescription WorK. This is the season of the year when you want the prescription "the doctor writes to do its very best work. To get such results it is absolutely necessary to have "your prescriptions . filled from the purest and best drugs. That is exactly the point we want to make. We make a specialty of fining prescriptions .and use nothing but the purest drugs. Then we fill them exactly as the doctor prescribes hence you get the very best result when your prescriptions are filled at our place. Bear this in mind and visit us when you want a pre scription filled. Renfro's. The Shopkeeper Talks You see Mrs. Brown we can't afford to take any chances on Qysters. The' are either very .good or else they are not fit to eat. If they are Sealshipt they ate fresh and clean and the most wholesome food you can huy. SJo Ice or water has touched them and no preservative is erer used for them that we guarantee. "We refuse to handle any but Sealship: oysters because tbey are ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 5 February 1908

DAILY BULLETIN. 1 N S U R A N C c D uriii L U. IIL11LL1 j VOL 8. BROWNWOOD TEXAS WEDNESDAY FEB. 5 1908 NO. 94 INSURANCE. E. B. HENLEY & CO. Rankin Sheet Metal Works High Grade Plumbing Sheet Metal and Tin Work PROTESTS E SOME OB.TECT10XS TO (TIAXOISG THE FRISCO SCHEDULE. Good Meats If you are choice about the meat you serve order from Ratliff & Ratliff wlo keep nothing but the very best.' Just received a fresh shipment of ' w Broiled Hams Notice Brains and Other Leaders. AH Fresh and Tender. Phone Us irour Orders. Ractliff Ratliff. Phone 109. QUEEN'S COURAGE WITH BOUQUET OF KOSES A-nELlF FOUGHT HUSBAND'S ASSASSLX JHE PRINCES USED PISTOLS gSons of 3fnrdcrcd King: Fought Until - Shot Down Graphic Descrip- tion of Lisbon Tragedy. Lisbon." Feb. 4. The following graphic recital of the assassination of the king and the crown prince has been obtained from an eye witness: "The royal carriage in which the king- queen the crown prince and his brother Emanuel were riding was a little i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 5 February 1908

r " m I OUR INTERESTS . .. . T Sr"s I r Are entirely at home. It is the policy of this bank to confine its business to this and adjoining counties. We consider it but just to our depositors and to those whose business we solicit to follow this course. We ask you to deposit your money with us and in turn we bold ourselves in readiness to meet the demands of those whose welfare we are trying to promote; that is our townspeople and farmers adjoining us. The Brown wood National Bank. T. C. TAJiTIS President J. C. "WEAKLEY First Vice President J. A. WALKER Second Ylce President MILLARD HOMINES Cashier ITM. B. CROSS Assistant Cashier A. P. FORI) Assistant Cashier. The Daily Bulletin 3LAYES 1RITLG CO. Props. Entered at the Brownwood Postoffice as Second Class Mail flatter. Subscription Per Month oOc. . WILL II. JLVYES Managing Editor. C A. TDXXELL City Editor. E.E. KLRKPATRICK Associate Editor H. F. MAYES Business Manager. E. C. SEITZ Daily Circulator. W. E. DCLA Foreman MecL. Dept. Announ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 5 February 1908

IT m Free Safety Lock Boxes For Your Valuable Papers Every man woman or child who comes to this BANK is treated .courfeouslynd his or her business is attended to to the besl of our ability. w vyaiu jruuj uuauxcaa uttauac wc rmuw wc -m sh vc yuywcu miu iu uur mutual advantage. ii you transact your business here you sured of the friendly interest of our bank and its officers. are as- Our Customers Have Our First Consideration. Tlxo Oitisseiis National Bank of Brownwood Early Dawn Dairy (Famous for the quality of its product) "We take pride in furnishlns: our customers with the best Milk. (JC richest Cream and the purest Bntter that can be had from any airy anywhere. We use latest scientific methods and annlianccs in tynr Dairy and everything has the personal supervision of the proprie- 'tor. Milk delivered regularly and promptly in tightly sealed dust proor steam Cleaned bottles m any quantity from half pint up. Your patronage solicited. J. B. WATTS Prop Phone 194. MIMMIBaaaiaManBaaaa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 5 February 1908

Prescription Work. This is the season of the year "when you want the prescription the doctor writes to do its very "best work. To pet such results it is absolutely necessary to have your prescriptions tilled from the purest and best drugs. That is exactly the point we want to make. We make a specialty of illing prescriptions aud use nothing but the purest drugs. Then we fill them exactly as the doctor prescribes hence you get the very best result when your prescriptions are filled at our place. Bear this in mind and visit us when yon want a pre- scription filled. Renfro's. WANT COLUMN "WANT AD RATES One cent a word first insertion half cent a wora each roneecutive insertion. No advtr- tiHemcnt taken for lea than 20 cts. Cash must always accompany the or- der. If you want capable help use the Bulletin want column. The chances are good that the very person you want will see the ad and apply for the job. It wont cost you mneh to try anyway. FOR RENT.' Four room cottage and Ball oh Aust...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 6 February 1908

INSURANCE INSURANCE. E. B. HENLEY & CO. i p r hfwifvx rn SROWNWOOD. TEXAS THURSDAY FEB. 6 1908. NO 95 VOL 8 DAILY BULLETIN. Rankin Sheet Metal Works High Grade Plumbing Sheet Metal and Tin Work Good Meats If you are choice about the meat you serve rd er from Ratliff & Katliff who keep tiothihg but the very best. Just received a fresh shipment of y Broiled Hams Souce rains and Other Leaders All Fresh and Tender. PhoueUs four Orders. Ratliff & Ratliff Phone 109. a 8B Boys and Girls School Shoes stan sick PALLAS XE1V2 BEPBESEXTATITE PLEASED WITH BROWXWOOD. SENATOR PHILANDER C. KNOX OF PESXSYLTAXIA. Who Is Hcinir Mentioned as a Candi date. for Presidential Nomination. THINKS CHANGE WILL GOME 4 Says Assurauce Was Given in Ad- "Tancc Tliat if People Desired PS4 Change Hail way Would Gh c It The representative of the Dallas 2sews who has been in the city for the past two days securing signers to the petition for the Frisco railroad to change the schedule of the Record train int...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 6 February 1908

V tapital and Surplus $20000000 Too often a young man thinks when he has learned bookkeeping that he has a business education. Not so; he has only learned ho w to record another man's busi : .... ness. There is no business education un til one has learned how to take care of the ; ; instrument with which business is done. Daybooks and Ledgers are the conveniences -5 but the real tools are dollars. Save your money and your money will save you from idleness from poverty and even crime. A business education means how to care for ' V and to use money. The Brown wood National Bank. T. C. YATIS President J. C WEAKLEY First Vice President J. A. WALKEK Second Vice President 91LLAKD K03ILVES Cashier WJI. B. CKOSS Assistant Cashier A. P. FORD Assistant Cashier. i Busine The Daily Bulletin STATES PRINTING CO. Props. Entered at the Ilrowmtood Post office as Second Class "Mail Matter. Subscription Per Month 50c. 1TILL H. MAYES Managing Editor. C A. TC3TXELL City Editor. E.E. KLRKPATEICK Associat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 6 February 1908

4 I 1 We Want Your Banking Business. We know we can serve you well and to our mutual advantage. If you transact your business with usyou are assured of the friendly interest of our bank and its officers. Every man woman and child who comes to this bank is treated courteously and his or her business attended to with the very best of our ability. Don't hesitate to consult with us when we can be of servicexto you. THE CITIZENS NATION Ali BANK t) Early Dawn Dairy (Famous for the. quality of its product) We take pride in furnishing our 'customers with the best Milk the richest Cream and the piire.stBntter that can be had from anj Dairy anywhere. We use latest scientific methods and appliances in onr Dairy and everything has tho'pftrsomil supervision of the prop: ie- uuk oenvcrcti regular iv aua promptly in tuwiv sealed uust tor proof steam clenued bottles in any quantity from half pint up. Your patronasre solicited J. B. yWATTbX Prop Phone 194. 0 News of the Day. j The present congress w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 6 February 1908

If li S i it. if Si Prescription WorK. This is the season of the year -hen you want ihe prescription Uie doctor writes to- do its very est work. To ? et such results - at is absolutely necessary to have ;your preset iptions tilled from the purest and best drugs. That js exactly the point we want to snake. We make a specialty of Jiiiing prescriptions and use mottling but the purest drucrs Then we fill them exactly as the -doctor prescribes hence you get xne very best result when your .prescriptions are tilled .at out place. Bear this in mind and -visit us when you want a pre scription filled APRETTYUJNCHEONi For Sale. MRS. BAILEY ENTERTAINS IX HON- OR OF JIIISS SEIGLElt. Kenfro's. WANT COLUMN WAXT AD RATES One cent a word first insertion half cent a word each consecutive insertion No advor- ticaien' tiken for le-j 30 cts. 'sh must alwny s accompary the or- FOR RENT. Cottage Venter Ave. tocxt to High School city Wr elec- tric lights. Price $10.00. An'W lo sfih9 J. SI Humphreys. '. TWO...

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