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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 4 February 1907

11 - s We Do It Promptly. vflp j - Bt 3-' Sooty ARE YOU an advertiser in- the Daily Bulletin? If ' not why? Isn't it a fact that the men and merchants who form the bone and sinew of Brownwood owe their success largely to printers ink? And isn't it a fact also that the great majority of them are tegular patrons of the Bulletin to the exclusion of any other paper? Is your judgment better than all these men combined? Why is the Bulletin the one" advertising medium with which to reach the city trade? Because it gives a service nothing else can. Becatise it goes regularly into the majority of the hbmes of Brown- wood. Because it has a bona fide circulation! Because it is a per- manent institution evidenced by seven years of continued and in- creasing growth. V THE ADVERTISING MEDIUM OF BROWNWOOD IS Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY PROPRIETORS. ' ' NOW just a short talk to the man who is riot a subscriber to the Bulletin and who may chance to read this. The Bulletin is a Brownwood in...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 4 February 1907

4 The Ladies are Interested. judging: from the number who visit our store and by their appreciative comments the Ladies of Brownwood are finding that our store ts thz place m town where the best selections and the biggest stock of White Dress Goods Lances aid Embroideries is to be seen We thought when we were buying that our selections could not be excelled and . it pleases us that our judgment has been endorsed by the ladies. We are selling great quanti- ties of these goods and it's none too early for by the time they are made up Spring will be here . You want to be ready for it. Come in and look over our line. .-4'$' T mm CITY ANNOUNCEMENTS. For Marshal: GEO. W. WILION (Re-eTection) For Tax Assr sor and Collector: CLYDE MCINTOSH (Re-election.) 'For City'Attornpv E. J. MILLER. . WILL J. SCOTT . reelect ion 'For City Recorder. R. H. FOSTER. Ior City T'exsnrer Louis e. walker (Re-election) PERSONAL. J. B. Call&n of Menardville was in the city Sunday. G. P. Lane is oonduoting a to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 5 February 1907

r r DAILY BULLETIN. Drink SECVR.ITY UKAND JAVA sxud MOCHA COFFEF. Puckod by IMPOR.TERS COFFEE CO.. New Orleans CHAS G1DDENS Exclusive Local Axant PUBLIC STORAGE WAREHOUSE E. B. Henley & Co. Phone 2. VOL. 7. BROWN WOOD. TEXAS. TUESDAY. FEB. 5 1907 NO. 96 3p I f i .i O i 3 Miss Monte Graves has begun a kindergarden school in the old Mullen's residence in east Brown-wood. COTTON MILL OFFER Capitalists From Dallas Ask if City Wants Enterprise. Dr. J. V. Siler a member of the board of trustees for Daniel Rnkpr rn1lrA was in thpnifrvlasf. Vigfat to attend a meeting of WILL LIKELY COME HERE the board. Allen's Janice Per- fumes Cold Cream Face Powder. The Daintiest Line in the city . at McMinn's Drugstore. Mayor Bencini Wrote That We Not Only Want- ed a Mill but Would Build One Ourselves If Others Did't. Mayor Bencini yesterday re- ceived a letter from some promi- nent capitalists -of Dallas asking if the people of this city wanted a cotton mill and if so would they be willing to subscr...

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

1 T .rut 1 33 4 Candy Factory Boys if you want to please your best girl the surest way to do it is to mal?e a bee-line for our fitore where you will find the greatest variety of choice can- dies and confections. They are made by ourselves are pure and healthful and will surely please. E. FRANKE. South Side Public Square. The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING. CO.. Proos. Entered at the BrownwoodJPostoffice as Second-Class Mail Matter. Will H. Mayes Managing Editor H. F. Mayes Business Manager. C A. Tdnnell City Editor. . A. H. Chapin Advertising Mgr. W. R. Duxa Foreman Mech. Dept. E C. SEITZ Dally Circulator. Subscription per Month 50c Monday February 5 1907 A blizzard with sleet swept over portions of the state. Mrs. Longworth is very ill at her heme in Washington. . ' J. R. Barfield was acquitted of a murder charge at Groesbeck. Fireman Snow of the Katy fell from his train in Greenville and yr&B killed. The severest storm in twenty years is raging over Montana Kansas and Missouri....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 5 February 1907

i1 iCw angenoerg r Our line of Mens' Furnishings is full and complete embracing1 everything that the most Tastidious may require and GENT'S FURNISHER. Our Prices are Rilit Everytli fox- rv. i ) 1 L BRADY EXTENSION B. F. Yoakum Says Positively that it will be Built. WORK TO COMMENCE SOON My Stock of GARDEN SEEDS dCCU rUI AIUlo. to ONION SETS ETC. is now in and we can rec.- ommend one and all as first- class and of the very best quality. We have the" fa- mous Tennessee Triumph and Minnesota Triumph seed potatoes. M. W. TERRY The Grocer. Road will Extend From Brady to San Antonio and Greatly Benefit Brownwood. San Antonio Feb 4. B. F. Yoakum chairman of the execu- tive committee of the Rock Island-Frisco Railway System ; with a party of well-known rail- road officials and bankers from all parts of the country arrived in this city yesterday afternoon over the San Antonio & Arkansas Pass Railroad from Kingsville. The party included besides Mr. ' Yoakum A. J. Davidson presi dent of th...

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

m Off ft Market fcatj ALCO ( f Ulothinc; 7 m mmmk 1 I 1pm I Our buyers left last night for the Eastern markets While we have had an unusually good Fall and Winter business we are. forced to reduce the stock more in order to make room for the immense Spring and Summer stock they will buy In order to do so we are going to make special prices in all departments especially in Dry Goods Underwear Clothing Overcoats tic. To know these values you must see them. Remember we carry the most up-to-date Ladies Shoes in the $7est. Looney Mercantile Go. OjST public sqjare. J f MMWB MHHB MMM MHHW MHMB MMMK MHHMMW O t. The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY?Proprietors. Entered at the Brownwood Postoffice aB Second-Class Mail Matter. Subscription Per Month - .... 50c WILL H. MAYES Managing Editor. H. P. MAYES Business Manager. 0. A. TUNNELL City Editor H. CHAPIN Advertising Mgr. . E. C. SEITZ Daily Circulator W. K. DULA Foreman Mech. Dept. A COMMENDABLE WORK. The teachers of the Brownwood public...

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

w " liin . 3RE IS THAT MONET Officers and Directors : T. C. YANTIS President J. C WEAKLEY 1st Vice Pres. J. A. WALKER 2nd Vice Pres. MILLARD ROMINES Cashier WM. B. CROSS Asst. Cashier G. N HARRISON H. T WILLIAMS. - You have been earning all these years? Have you spent it and let the other fellow put it in the bank? If so why let oth- er people save the money you earn? Turn over a "New Leaf" and put your money in the bank. The man who toils on and on just able to make ends meet and getting nothing ahead is said to have "his nose to the grindstone" all the time Thous- ands of people are in this sad plight and all just because they do not apply business methods to their private affairs and make their earnings less than their income. Every day in 1907 will be a good day to start a bank account. Stop the leaks live on less than you earn and save the difference. We accept accounts for any amount from one dollar up. Come and see us and talk the matter over. Your mney in this bank is subjec...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 5 February 1907

1 i W. H. Weeks of Runnels County Roasts Giinnan and Jenkins. I GROWS ViTRIQUG Thinks That to Even Question the Act- ions of a Nominee is Treason to Democracy. In the Houston Post of Mon- day appears an' article severely censuring Messrs. Grinnan and JenkinF. The writer prepares . his stateneniwith a declaration ot his democracy the main clause being that he has never "scratched a ticket or knifed a nominee." After placing Bailey in the catologue with Washing- . tor Jefferson Calhoun Clay and Patrick Henry he proceeds to apply the following blister: But why go beyond Mason ani Dixon's line to point out socialists who have burglariously entered the household of democ- racy under false pretenses and are now seeking to besmirch the good name of our honored and este2H3i United States senator by their political slime and ini- quitous methods. Indeed there are a few; and thank God only a few in our Texas legislature performing this miserable func- tion. "My comrades as you all are aware I...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 5 February 1907

I We Do It Promptly. ARE YOU an advertiser in the Daily Bulletin? If not why? Isn't it a fact that the men and merchants who form the bone and sinew of- Brownwood owe their success largely to printers ink? And isn't it a fact also that the great majority of them are legular patrons of the Bulletin to the exclusion of any other paper? Is your judgment better than all these men combined? Why is the Bulletin the one advertising medium with which to reach the city trade? Because it gives a service nothing else can. Because it goes regularly into the majority of the homes of Brown- wood. Because it has a bona fide circulation! Because it is a per- manent institution evidenced by seven years of continued and in- creasing growth eett THE ADVERTISING MEDIUM OF BROWNWOOD IS The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY PROPRIETORS. NOW just a short talk to the man who is riot a subscriber to the Bulletin and who may chance to read this. The Bulletin is a Brownwood institution out for the coin it...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 5 February 1907

to order or have made that Spring Suit. We propost to place on our counters in abundant time for Spring the nobbiest line of Clothing ever shown in BrpwnwoocL The tailors can not make better nor will there be found Don't In a Hurry u u lect Be in any line of samples a more pleasing a more up to date piece ot gooas man we win nave myuC w - one-third less than you will have to pay if you order. C V . - The Kuppenheimer Tailors are among the best and every garment they make is carefully inspected by experts for defects in materials and workmanship. So confident are the manufacturers that their Clothing will be without defect that they guarantee every bait they make. Reserve your orders and wait for our Spring line announce- ment of which will be made in due time. CITY ANNOUNCEMENTS. F-r Marshal: GEO. W. WILLSON (Re-rlrCtion) For Tax Asffr ami Collector: CLYDE McINTOvSH (Ke-election.) ;For CitAttt.rnv. E.J.MILLER. WILL J. SCOTT rt- election. . For City Recorder. R. H. FOSTER. For City T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 6 February 1907

r- r 1 1 hi i ii ii. -- " ) N. . ; - :r fin JBLIC STORAGE AILY BULLE Drink tSECVFUTY BfLAND JAVA a.nd MOCHA COFFEE. Packed by IMPOR-TERS COFFEE CO.t- . New Orleans. CHAS G1DDEN 8 KxcltiHive Local Ajfaot- AREHOUSE JS. B. Henley & Co. Phone 2. BROWNWOOD. TEXAS. WEDNESDAY FEB. 6 J 907. NO. 97 J. . - . . . J. D A JL 1 1 HOTELS ARE CROWDED. People Turned Away From Utterback last Nignt for Lack of Room. An inoident whioh happened at the library grounds a sort of down town park. iprading Library Ground. FoV some time past workmen havebeen busy hauling dirt and grading the library grounds. Trees are being nlanted also and the grounds beautified in e-en-Uhe Ufcterback htQl last night eral. . Its the intention to make wel1 mustrate8 the crowded con dition of the Brownwood hotels. I Three traveling men phoned yesterday morning from Mason to have rooms reserved for last night at the Utterback and the clerk failed to oheok the rooms off. Last night when the three men arrived the clerk found ...

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

M I V Candy Factory Boys if you want to please your best girl the surest way to do it is to make a bee-line for our store where you will find the greatest variety of choice can- dies and confections. They are made by ourselves are pure and healthful and will surely please. E. FRANKE South Side Public Square. Ttc Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING CO. Props. Entered at the Brown wood Postoffice as Second-Class Mail Matter. Will H. Mayes Managing Editor H. F. Mayes Business Manager. C. A. TOKNEI.L City Editor. A. H. ChaPin Advertising Mgr. W. R. Duia Foreman Mech. Dept. B. C. Seitz Daily Circulator. Subscription per Month .50c Wednesday February 6 1907 An oil find was reported from Oil City. The Texas house passed the "bill to increase the school tax. The second Infantry band was re-enlisted at Brenham. 'The Penrose court martial was "begun at Fort Sam Houston. Sam Bowers is under guard at Tolar for shooting his wife. Three persons were wounded in a shooting affray near Wood- ville. Thirty...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 6 February 1907

... I 4- ! L t ! .. It Ml 1 1 HO.MMtllMlllllllllUl.lllJ MIMMIMM iianqenlterg Bargains Ior Youi During the next 10 days we will make extraordinary reductions in everythiny in the line of Men's Furnishings. This is a bonafide reduction sale and it will pay you to call and investigate. CENT'S FURNISHER. lO Tirss Reduction Sale. i i A w - mi 1 4i PULLED THE BADGER Another Man From Yankeeland Studies Zoology- GAVE ONE HEROIC YANK And Then Climbed the Fence to Get Out of the Way of the Ferocious Lit- tle Opened Mouthed Beast. From the cultured and highly educated East and North there flows a steady stream of inno- cent suckers to the wind-kissed prairies of Texas. Frequently these verdant visitors furnish a one man show. This was the case yesterday afternoon when a Mr Hutchinson who sells canned cow and pickled hog feet for the Armour Packing Co. of Chicago arrived here. Mr. Hutchinson had never seen a badger and cer- tain friends of his detailed for that purpose began telling stories of ...

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

1 Just Received A full line of Ladiesf Neckwear -The special houses with whom we trade in these lines always keep us - well supplied with the very newest styles. We also have on display the very latest styles in Ladies' Belts. If you are in .need of anything in these lines it will pay yotrto visit us Before buying. -. .. : - 9 B I r Looney Mercantile Go. OJSZ PUBLIC SQUARE. J The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors. Entered at the Brownwood Postoffice as Second-Class Mail Matter. Subscription Per Month.' 50c WILL H. MAYES Managing JDditor. . H. F. MAYES Business Manager. C. A. TUNNELL City Editor A H. GHAPIN Advertising-Mgr. E. E. KIRKPATRICK E. C. SEITZ Daily Circulator. Associate Editor. W. R. DULA Foreman Mech. Dept. RECOLLEGTIONS DIFFER. A difference in memory has arisen in the Bailey investigation between John H. Kirby and B. F. Yoakum. Kirby testified that lie had paved the way for Bailey's negotiations by previous negotiations with Yoakum for the sale of a block...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 6 February 1907

RE IS THAT MONEY Officers and Directors T. C. YANTIS President J. C. WEAKLEY 1st Vice Pres. J. A. WALKER 2nd Vice Pres. MILLARD ROMINES Cashier WM. B. CROSS Asst. Cashier G. N. HARRISON H. T WILLIAMS. You have been earning all these yeari Have you spent it and let the other fellow'-put it in the bank? If so why let oth- & s in V iht r m 1 -nnnar in tho hanir h man who toils on and lesave the money you earnr 1 urnsover a iNew i-eai tuu f" "'"" " l"w T V : - u 7. - ru able to make ends meet and getting hing ahead is said to have' 'his nose to the grindstone all the time Jhous- ands ot people are in this sad plight and aJTjust because tney ao nor appiy DUbmew f""- . their earnings less than their income. JWry day in 1907 will be a good day to start a bank account. Stop the leaks live on .fi- tvt & . f-- nmnf mm ntii Hftiiaf tin. i .nme ana see us and less than you earn and save the diiierence. we accept actuums iui xuy omuiuu VT r r' . ; ; j talk the matter over. Your money in ...

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

1 A Cltr cf Caravaaa. The first of November Is the official beginning of winter in Paris. Then no matter what the temperature be tires are lit in the schools and public build lngs and the janitor turns ou th heat for the sad race of flat dwellers. Tin-a uu uie smaller shows which cannot. pay for a '"stand" in the streets or Bquares go into winter quarters. Where? I found a city of thetn out in the wasto lands by the great gate of Montrouge. In an empty lot were scores of caravans drawn up behind the wooden palisades ranged so as to form veritable streets named after this showman or that. Dogs chickens rabbits children swarmed everywhere. Corkscrews of smoke rose from the chimneys of the wagons. Gaudy rag were drying on lines. Will you look in one of the Tans? It has two rooms. In one are the beds. The other is for eat ing. On all sides the walls are Unci! with closets and drawers. A little stove- glows near the door. Here they are born here they live and die the enter nal dynasties ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 6 February 1907

ff TIM Wi niBimi Lj i - . . . V irs"."-TSS WES f 0 . ! TO editoi Repuo morp4 tY The I ARE YOU an advertiser in the Daily Bulletin? If not why? Isn't it a fact that the men and merchants who form the bone and sinew cjjf Brownwood owe their success largely to 'printers ink? And isn't it a fact also that the great majority of them are legutar patrons of the Bulletin to the exclusion of any other paper? Is your judgment better than all these men combined? Why is the Btr'tMn the one advertising medium with which to reach the city trade? Because it gives a service nothing else can. Because it goes regularly into the majority of the homes of Brown- wood. Because it has a bona fide circulation! Because it is a per- manent institution evidenced by seven years of continued and in- creasing growth THE ADVERTISING MEDIUM OF BROWNWOOD IS I aily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY PROPRIETORS. . - ' NOW fust a short talk to the man who is not a subscriber to the Bulletin and who may chance to read th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 6 February 1907

1 r H O A H P - 1. ' 1 nrv. 41. CITY ANNOUNCEMENTS. For Marshal: GEO. W. WILLSON (Re-election) For Tax Assrcsor and Collector: CLYDE McINTOSH Ke-electiou.) For Citv'Attorm'v E.J.MILLER. WILL J SCOTT . r- election. For City Recorder. R. H. FOSTER. Tor Citv Treasurer " LOUIS E. WALKER ( Re-election) W. D. Crothers of Brady was "in the city last night Matinee for ladies only at the skating rink 3 to 5:30 Thurs- day afterncon. No men no children. d97 . C. F. Lehman representing the American type foundry was in the city on business this morn- ing. You will have a good time at the rink Thursday night music by the band. d98 C. H. Gaskill who was injured by a bale of cotton falling on :him at Ballinger several weeks ago has about recovered. He is at the home of his sister Mrs. Jno. W. Goodwin. "The Kilties" Friday an un- usual opportunity! Mrs. Frank Hall and children are in the city from San Saba as iguests of J. D. Beniiam and family. Good music by the band at the skating rink Thursday ni...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 7 February 1907

yfeE ;? DAILY BULLETIN 'hspiH I f hftg 27 x Bxclnaive Local Agnt U . BROWNWOOD TEXAS. THURSDAY FEB 7 J07 NO. 98 Head a member of thelpnilWinTC AT HmDl to e80aPe the work into MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM L-sr.KXi;;.- CDNVIGTS ST WORK sspSrJsZi D.n c. n . . 5 I av-a-. - -r.- - ssfff : dms inoe Department s I Ibut. Mr. Head who is1 ' main m Jail mg he found one of the four ft f M MM . . . . Merle Starnes armed with a re - v BJ mt m newspaper circles . V ' . TV 5 -- IH ;rVeryPlea8MtLAW IBES A WWXiS Of Interest to Every One Who .Likes a jf. .- J H ofoourse gave the young man ft r? ct A 77wTk M II For Working Convict and Then Ac ght to remain in jail for the FlStsCIaSS SftOe at a ModCratC J j jfo II cepts Dollar and Lets Them Remain day Under the law. 0 . rUk I IX M I I in Jail. Deputy Sheriff Kitohens start- jtf JrflCC. II is Janice Per- ?? 7 2? Hr 5 in No other store on Earth Will Yo mff 5 I loicmg in Brownwood when w ...... 2 t 2 3 IH !S CO d Cream - "ed r I rZ 5 Find That...

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

Candy Factory! Frank Maddox was elected mayor of Austin. A convict captured at Laredo had been at large four years. The dry goods firm' of Carter fit .buster closed its doors at Brenham. The reballoting in the German elections emphasized the govern ment's victory. The charter of the Stephenville Northern and South Texas rail way was filed at Austin. John Brown arrested at El Paso for paying other people's T" 111 i .coys 11 you want to mease pou raxes nas oecome a raving your best girl the surest wav to Store. Whem von will find tha oeiiaiuiouiuuL&uu niuuuuceu greatest variety of choice can- a bil1 today. appropriating $75 000 dies and confections. Thev are for the building of an immigrant maae oy ourselves are pure and station at Galveston. l-MAltr " I n n n 1 3 i A mnnfiniT -f -H-iq avonnfivn b. FRANKE committee of the Southern Cot- MAN AND WIF E Valentines In Variety Pretty and Cheap At The 5-and 10 Cent Store. Mr. and Mrs W. E. King Were i d u : I f M.vkt rri UlUUglU 111 buoi...

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