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

i . . 1 1 11 the Convenience of Our Customers .ft For he convenience of our customers we have a place in .the Bank for private conversations letter writing TYHERE BAIL! or otner business matters. 1 his room is at your service use it. uur muueru oare deposit ooxes m our ure-prooi vault is a safe place for your valuable papers and it costs you nothing to use them. Better protect your papers. THE CITIZENS NATIONAL. BANK CEITIXG A WARM. Promise Ths FOIIiTflE I J. A. ABNEV Presldeat. - -I f9l A. I. SELF YJee President. I Sll J. B. TURNER Vice President. I ' PBED S. ABNET Cashier. I entl It 4 I Narcissus and Potentilln. This beautiful play by the little folk? entertained a very large audience at the Library last night for two delight ful hours. The play -was given by fMiss Lou Belle Perry's class in ex session and the performance did predit to the pupils themselves anl Perry as their instructor. Col- itively the casts were good and in- lividually some of the children were- stars. The jpla...

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

- . r f " . " K 4 i X BROWNWOOD COUNTRY GETS BIG WRITE-UP. ty. Special SUff Writer ferDsBas News.Thlnka Weil ef This City ud Country. r4 f- jt'H-s ago .urownwooa was x scatterijfg straggling town cover ing quit a Wee area. Seven nros perous5'ears the upbuilding of the tributary' country the extension of one of 14 railroads (the Fort Worth and Rto Grande) and the improvement cf uief other (the Santa Fe) and the iu- BtMhirtnn rf -vru vA. IT ICO T J III 111 U1C y c.o iiiicu Jin man v ui tut: uJS nd h n R nil t Rmu-n tirw-1 in tlia nnn r. J- .-r V u 11 VTW 4AA VliU UUUi 0000 class of Texas cities. XiiKe other county seat town? Brownwood's business district oriel nauy clustered m the shadow of the courthouse the one great building of the town but now as is the case of Dallas Galveston Houston Fort Worth and Sherman and others of the larger towns of the State it is quite necessary in Brownwood for the stranger to ask directions if he wish es to find the courthouse. For the business distri...

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

f Prescription Work. Our prescription vork m is daily increasing: because we empha size upon the people theffcet that our most careful attention is given to the work. Pure Drugs carefully com- pounded give the best re- sults and this is what you get at our place. The doctor's prescription is your own when he writes it so bring it to us and we guarantee the best satisfac- tion. Renfro's 44In Business For Your Health." Clothing Cleaned. Pressed Repaired and Dyed. o To the Ladies of Brownwood. i Ladies' Work a... I Specialty. PERSONAL. ! t ii t m E ARE NOW PREPAIRED to order TAILOR-MADE SUITS and SKIRTS made to your measure. We are showing a beautiful line of designs and samples Ut f Our rle.sitfns are the latest creations for ladies and our samples fun from the thinest voil to the heaviest materials including all the newest weave's and latest colors. In order to introduce this line we have made special prices. WOOl SKiPlS $5.00 To as fine as they are made. We invite every lady in Brow...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 19 March 1908

-' - CE. INSURANCE E. B. HENLEY & GO NLEY & CO SROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY MAR. 19 1908. NO. 131 DAILY BULLETIN volJ. slim i i i 1 IS fv 4 e I .4-1 A. ankin Sheet Metal Works High Grade Plumbing Sheet Metal and Tin Work MMIIIIMMMlliMIIIIBMMIM j FRESH I OW GLEAN IIP THE T MOVEMENT TO BE STARTED BY COUNCIL AND MAYOR. From the World's Fashion Centers; Where the brightest brains and nimblesrxfingers havebeen at work rnmps theXnew sttles; which we x n a -m m nMntin'rlrfMn arc uuw juvwiuwiu j- Spring ai Foo ;Siammer To say itis our best showing ex presses yirnt feeoly the attempt Our line of Low-Cuts for Lad andMen is IJmte complete. Call and see the pretty I ans f atents and Vicis. We Can Please You. J. W. Jennings. PRICES ALWAYS RIGHT. r 30E n9 'EWSl tin m Artf 11 1 -M.1 dim iv . Great Political Play WHY JOE ItPT HOWE Presented by Hme Talent. Opera House 0 k Saturday.. Mght March 21. ASK HELP OF THE CITIZENS Other Towns Are Doing Good Work Along This Line and Why Sot Bnnvmvood Do S...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 19 March 1908

Hi ' ' ri HI TUTT - r -v :'-4..- -' .v1 -.5' . - I? Solicit ff business of firms corporations and in- dividuals who may rely upon courteous consideration and the very best terms that are consistent with good business methods. We study the needs of our customers and properly take care of them whether their business be large or small. We fUrnish safety lock boxes free of charge to our customers. Capital and Surplus $0000000 : 1 Officers T. C. YaSTIS Preslieat J. C. TVEAXLEY First Tice reWe J. A. 1VALKEB Secoad Tfce President MILLARD BOMINES Cashier WM. B. CKOSS Asslstaat CasWer A. P. FORD Assistant Cashier. 1 mi h I -: " ' 1 ft Tfce Daily Belletin MATES PBEfTDfG CO. Props. WILL H. MAYES Managing Editor. C A. TUlfNELL City Editor. E. E. KLRKPATEICK Associate Editor H. F. MAYES Easiness Manager. E. C. SEITZ Dally Circalater. " W. S. DULA Foreman Mech. Dept. Emtered at the BroTumood Postoffice as Second Class Mail Matter. Subscription Per Month 50c Announcements. . FOR DISTRICT CLERK. Th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 19 March 1908

Fwr the Convenience of Our Customers Officers. J. A. ABNEY President. A. L. SELF 7Jee President. J. B. TUENEB TJee President. FRED S. ABNEY Cashier. For he convenience of our customers wc haveXa place in the Bank for private conversations letter writing or other business matters. This room is at your servicV-use it. Qur modern Safe Deposit Boxes in our fire-proof vault is a safe place for your valuable papers and it costkyou nothing to use them. Better protect your papers. THE CITIZEWS NATIONAL- BANK. 0 V. I i 4 he Picnicers ihould Call The Busy Restaurant when they want bas- kets well filled tb take with them. -Or if you are going fishing it would be nice .to have a good lunch fixed up1 and parties going out Sunday phone inyou orders Saturday. We wfll have them fixed in time for you then you get off eatly and have a fine time on the banks of the beauti- ful bayou. Phone R. A. BRYAN Prop. $30 Cal for I V la Breach Line Points slfcbtly hither OnyAVay Colonist March and April Thru Tou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 19 March 1908

V -.. ... . w www W " " V Prescription Work. X Our prescription work iff is daily increasing because we empha- size upon the people the fact that our most caVeful attention is riiveti to the work. Pure Drupe carefully com X pounded give the best re sults and' this is .what you get at our placc. The doctors prescription is your own whcV he writes it so bring it us and wc guarantee the best satisfac- tion f Renfro's "In HuxinosN For Your Health." Dr. J. E. Robinson Ovr Renfro's Drug Store Office Phjffle - 333 ; t. X Hall CommlKNlom'nt to JXvttU ho Coniinl8Ulonorn Court will moot Saturday nnd tho mailer of Kruunu; Urn jfiiunro will tie browiht before tltam The city pliuiH to continue the work of BrurlluK the Htritottt ami prefer i W around tho tiiUaro to Kiwt Immdwiiy wiiii their next worlc. If tho county will nay her part thl worlc will prob jiv iw. nnt. hut If not tho Uulmr ui...i work will hi) lnlu UP. Tho rmiinilHHlonftrrt will nlno lio leiulurud thi' urn; of thti rock onirdiwr If ...

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

HOUSTON e. t & CO. DAILY BULLETIN. I N S L) R A N C E B. HENLEY & CO I! 1 1 SROWNWOOD TEXAS FRIDAY MAR. 20 1908. NO. 132 Splendf Inte" rviuir Jiicti ificiai nuiiu High Grade Pftimbing 1 Sheet Metal ffid Tin Work PRISONER ESCAPES ROBERTSON' DESERTS CONVICT CAMP NEAR BYRDS STORE. Fresh Strawberries Just received a shipment of nice fresh ripe Strawberries A PJione in your order and we will deliver promptly Hunter & Kunitz SUCCESSORS TO JWO. D. QUIJm lir' i it) JOE ate Changed TO: Tuesday the 24th For a number of reasons it has been thought best to change U Will? JOE LEFT HOME jsi . - But the change will be for the 'letter inasmuch as it will give players- a better chance to thoroughly prepare. $ o An Cola of IIciiqI DIqpd M JWUIJ VII JUIV Ul tiJUUi iuwv K -WATER Ml BREAKS BIG 1TEW JtAIN FAILED TO STAND THE PRESSURE TEST. MBE REPLACED AT ONCE QeM-Mteed to Stand Pressure to 150 Tenuis- Pipe Broke Before k 10 Pounds IVere On - Water Superintendent Harward iscompletfd the layin...

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

The Daily Bulletin KATES PEDiTDTG CO. Preps. . WILL H. MAYES XuagiBg Editor. C A. TUNNELL City Editor. E.E. KIElkPATBIQK Associate Editor M. F. MAXES Easiness Maaager. E. C. SEITZ Dally Circulator. Tf. S. DULA Foreman Mech. Dept. Emtered at the Brownwood Postoffice as Second Class Kail Matter. Subscription Fer Moath 50c FBIDAT MARCH 20 1908. Announcements. FOR DISTRICT CLERK. The Bulletin is authorized to an- nounce Tom Leach as a candidate for the office of District Clerk of Brown county subject to the action of the Democratic voters. FOR COUNTY CLERK The Bulletin is authorized to an- nounce Thad T. Cabler as a candidate for re-election to the office of County Clerk of Brown County. Subject to the action of the Democratic voters. FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT V The Bulletin is authorized to an- nounce Courtney Gray as a candidate for re-election to the office of County Superintendent of Brown County. Subject to the action of the Democrat- ic voters. FOR TAX ASSESSOR: The Bulletin is au...

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

eh i r "i 1 i ! HOUSTONDELEGATION LEFT Splendffl Representation Intefests were Entertained by tbe Brown- wood Citizens iston Business Men's bx- ctfnjeventv-five strong" arrived r- in mxmcnf yesterday aiternoon ai o: on their suterb special train consist ing of four coaches. Many citizens headed by the entertainment commit- tee of the Fifty Thousand Club were at the station to welcome the visitors and intended taking the entire party for a drive over the city but owing to previous arrangements the Houston delegation were ready to take supper as soon as the. train arrived and this precluded the drive. At 8:30 o'clock however the visi- tors and the citizens met at the Car- negie library and a general hand- shaking and speech making wa in- dulged in. The Houston visitors proved themselves the most jolly and affable set tha$ it has been the pleas- ure of Brownwood citizens to enter- tain. The evening was passed by happy speeches from men gifted with the power of oratory and men not so gi...

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

J . Capital and Surplus $20010000 The deposits and general business of firms corporations and in-- dividuals who may rely upon courteous consideration and the very best terms that are consistent with good business methods. We study the needs of our customers and properly take care of them whether their business be large or small. We furnish safety lock OfflOfcSJ T. C. YAJfTIS Preslieat J. C WEAKLEY First Yfce J. A. WALKEE Secosd YJce MILLABD EOMUTES Cashier boxes free or charge to our customers. TVM. B. CEOSS Assistant Cashier. 9 A. F. FOED Assistant Cashier. H8 I If I I B 1 3: I A. P. FORT). jUnfetflnt Cashier. 1 Y MiaHiMMIHB SHmiW)llMMMHiinHi Fast invis Disease. fW ?f IBBI I I f J It Ti r. TO- . - - i li 1 1 I SATURDAY SPECIAL On Tomorrow We Are Going to Offer a Great Many Rare Bargains. Below We Mentiona Few: One lot Bleached Domes- tic 36in wide extra good 10c value Saturday Special One lot of Crape Kimona goods in Oriental designs worth 25c Sat Special.... 7!c 15c We have a few...

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

J the ConTenience of Our Cutomers a Si Officers. $ J. A. ABNEY President. For he convenience of our customers we have a place in the Bank for private conversations letter writing or other business matters. This room is at your service use it. Our modern Safe Deposit Boxes in our fire-proof vault is a safe place for your valuable papers and it costs you nothing to use them. Better protect your papers. THE CITIZENS RATIONAL BANK. A. I. SELF Vice President J. B. TURNER yice President. FRED 8. ABNEY Cashier. r i oe V ''St News of the Day. j z t It became known tirat sensational letters threatening novel and hideous forms ofssassination had been re- ceived lately by Major Busse Chief b- Police Shippey and Assistant Chief Schuettler of Chicago. Suspected of having sought the life of the czar by throwing a bomb at the Tsarkoe Selo palace in St Petersburg more than a month ago Ankodine Ziteso late of Kishiney was taken .into custody yesterday by the Chicago police. Reports of the illness of...

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

ArejTbvi Satisfied? Do Jfou get fresh tender meat when you ordgr? If not phone us once and try our sefvice. We keep the best. We have any- tiff no- m the meat line. We have a bisr molv of Hams. Soareribs Brains Pis: feet iouse Boiled Hams Pickled Pig Feet kookfield Pork Sausaee Head Cheese. 'rompt service and guaranteed. A Willing Informer. TV hat is the number?" repeated cen- tral. "Violet Park eight-seven-seveny "Violet Park eight-double-seven?" 1 reckon so." "And -what number do you "want?" "Elmdale two-naught-four-seven." "What is your name?" "My name is John Henry Higgles. I lire at C5 Blicken street Violet Park. My house phone is Violet Park eight-'seven-seven or eight-double-seven as you choose. I am married have no children. "We keep a dog and a cat and a perpetual palm and a Boston feru. and" "All that is unnecessary sir. We merely" "And last summer we didn't hare a hit of luck -with our roses. I tried to have a little garden too but the neigh- bors' chickens got away with ...

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

.. A N CE Prescription Work. Our prescription work is daily increasing because we empha- size upon the people the fact that our most careful attention is given to the work. Z Pure Drugs carefully com pounded give the best re- sults and this is what you get at our place. The doctors prescription is your own when he writes it so bring it to us and we t i t tion. i Rcnfro's J 'In Business For Your Health.1 Dr. J. E. Robinson Over Renfro's Drug Store Office Phone - - 330. Residence Phone 33 J. WANT COLUMN WANT AD RATES One cent a word first insertion half cent a wora each consecutive insertion. No adver tigement taken for less than 20 cts Cash must always accompany the or der I CALL TOUR ATTETI0tf TO the Bryan Hotel m. T. Camp proprleto- still running at the same old stand. The best meals in Brownwood. Good clean beds. Apr. 5 FOR RENT -Three rooms furnished ior light housekeeping or will rent bed room in front of Baptist church. dl37 LOST One dark brown muley cow. Tinder please phone 5S...

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

1 DAILY BULLETIN. INSURANCE. t 6. HENLEY & CO. INSURANCE E. B. HENLEY & CO VOL. 8. SROWNWOOD TEXAS SATURDAY MAR. 21 1908. NO. 133 i V3 : L i If ' ml Rankin Sheet j High Grade Sheet Metal and I in Work Fresh Strawberries Just received a shipment of nice fresh ripe Strawberries. Phone in your order and we will deliver promptly Hunter & Kunitz SUCCESSORS TO JUTO. D. r WHY JOE Tko ftrcf and best i IQl I 4 JL 11W iii - w X offered in Brownwood- something do- j ing every minute while the curtain is up. Sensational comedy drama taken from the records of fee Texas legisla- . ture. Go and leam something that jj will interest you. Tuesday Night AT tiarryman Opera House. The price is within reach of every one come one come all and enjoy a treat. Ctrts n Coin liyi I liir Besslted in Tie. The Santa Anna baseball team clayed the High School team of tbis Oity yesterday afternoon at the Daniel Baker park and the game resulted in a tie score of 5 to 5. Both teams placed good T)all althou...

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

Tic Daily Bulletin HATES P&DTTEVG CO Preps. WILL H. MATES SaHsging Editor. a A. TUJi JfELL City Editor. 1.1. KLRLPATEICK Associate Editor K. F. KATES BaslHess Mamager. E. C SEITZ Daily Circalator. W. S. DULA Foremaa Mech. Dept. lateredattae Brownwood. Postofflce as Second Class Hail Matter. Subscription Per Month 50c SATURDAY MARCH 21 1908. Announcements FOR" DISTRICT CLERK. The Bulletin is authorized to an- nounce Tom Leach as a candidate for the office of District Clerk of Brown county subject to the action of the Democratic voters. FOR COUNTY CLERK The Bulletin is authorized to an nounce Thad T. Cahler as a candidate for re-election to the office of County Clerk of Brown County. Subject to the action of the Democratic voters. The Bulletin is authorized to an nounce Courtney Gray as a candidate for re-election to the omce or uounty Superintendent of Brown County. Subject to the action of the Democrat ic voters. FOR TAX ASSESSOR: The Bulletin is authorized to an riounce Chux Be...

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

i 1 b 1 Bailey chid secretary. A Story in Five Chapters MoralBe Sure Your Sins Will Find You Out. here were the strongest populists here a few years ago. Yours very truly; S. E. Warner. las. 12. Bauehman. secretary of Jailey club finds pleasure in re- Renublican" and malijrns the Lper in public speech because it does- t haDDen to take the same view of le Bailey matter as he himself does. A man of even average intelligence will grant others the right to think as they please yet this over-zealous self-proclaimed democrat for he has- n't been here long enough for the peo- ple to really know him would follow in the footsteps of the junior senator and drive his opponents into the gulf. He brands forty of the men who were present at the Davidson club meeting as populists ten as republicans and admits that perhaps as many as three were democrats. According to his own count this would leave others whom I suppose he would designate as the anarchist of which he spoke. Of course it is not nece...

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

4 2? " r - I .V -. let?'-- 'if i- .-. if - IT-'"5" ' " r -vie. -...- j. - r - - ' V We JSolioii: Capital and Surplus $20000000 The deposits and general business of firms corporations and in- dividuals who may rely upon courteous consideration and the very best terms that are consistent with good business methods. We study the needs of our customers and properly take care of them whether their business be large or small. We furnish safety Ioclb boxes free or charge to our customers. Offio&rs: T. C. TANTIS Presiieit J. C WEAKLEY First Tke resMeat J. A. 1VALKEE Seceaa Tfce PresWesi MILLARD EOXDTES Cashier War. B. CBOSS AssJstaat Caskler A. P. FORD Assistant Cashier. I BBBI IK - -- I Tlie Brownwoocl National Baunlxv 1 i ill know. But If you do not know and . YZpj 8 BBBBl aBBBV FOR MONDAY ONLY On Monday We Are Going to Offer a Great Many Rare urns- Below We Mention a rew: Bargi One lot Bleached Domes- tic 36in wide extra good 10c value Saturday Special 7!c One lot of Crape Kimona P" ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 21 March 1908

gggsge SSgggSS - : For the Convenience of up Customers Officers. J. A. ABNEY PresWeBt. A. I. SELF TJee President. J. B. TURNER Tke President. FEED S. ABUEY Cashier. For he convene of ouj c vassr ? Better prouct-yout papers- THE CITIZENS WATIOJSAjL BANK I . - - - - 111 mil f I 1 i MILLER IGUSIflOy BELTON COTTON BUYER CHARGED WITH DEFRAUDING THE SANTA FE Eight Indictments Pending in Harris - Countv Sheriff Anderson Re- quires $30000 Bail. 'W. R. Miller the cotton buyer atBelton who figured in the big sensation of about a year ago when it is stated the Santa Fe railroad company lost something like S85.000 on alleged frauau lent bills of lading is under ar rest at Belton and will be re quired to furnish $30000 bail to appear in the criminal district court of Harris county to answer to eight charges of embezzlement. Sheriff Anderson went to Bel ton on Thursday night to de mand custody of Miller and a telephone message was received in Houston at noon on Friday that he had Miller under arr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 21 March 1908

Are You Satisfied? Do you get frekh tender meat when you order? If not phone us once and try our service. We keep the 6est. We have any- thing in the meat line. We have a big supply ot nams bpareribs Brains Pig feet bouse Boiled nai Brookfieldx Pork Sausage Head Cheese. Prompt service and courteous treatment guaranteed. J I " The Buckboard. "There are few persons who know how the name of 'buckboardcame to be applied to a vehicle" says a writer. 1t was away back in the twenties rhen the transportation of goods wares and merchandise was almost eatirely by wagon. A Dr. Buck was tben in charge of military stores en route to army posts in the southwest. In east Tennessee much difficulty was experienced by reason of the rough roads'? and there were frequent mis haps mostly from wagons overturning. Dr. Buck overhauled the outfit and abandoning the wagon bodies long boards were set directly on the axles or hung below and the stores were loaded in such a manner that there rere no further del...

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