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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 8 May 1908

SOMETHING ABOUT The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRLXTIXG CO. Props. WILL H. 3LVYES Managing Editor. C A. TCXXELL City Editor. - E. E. KIRKPATRICK Associate Editor H. F. MAYES Business Manager. E. a SEITZ Daily Circulator. TT. B. DDLA Foreman Mech. Dept. Eatered at the Brownrrood Postoffice as Second Class Mall Matter. Sabscription Per Month 50c FRIDAY MAY S 190$. Announcements. The Bulletin is authorized to an - oaounce the following as candidates iHWt tr the notion of the Democratic - subject to the action of the Democratic primaries: -For District Clerk: TOM LEACH. - - J. FRANK McGEE. jFor County Clerk: THAD T. GABLF.R iFor County Superintendent: COURTNEY GRAY. Ofor Tax Assessor: - CHUN BETTIS. "V ""- LESLIES EORG I .. JACK HALL. ;For-JHst!ce. Peace 1'recinet No. 1 G. B. CROSS. Shall Brownwood make an ef- fort to capture the State Fir mans Convention for 190W If so iVs time some effort was be- ing made to get in the race at Waco. If we are going to try for the convention let's try hard a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 8 May 1908

flXXXXXXXXX X X X X X X X X That's it The Best Bread Y I n 1 fi ?! S LI IV " The Gilliam New styles in long back and tapering waist Corsets at $1.00. One-piece dresses demand a cor- ' set that will produce the right ilgure lines and the three new ntrmbers we show will satisfy this demand. Light weight Irue fitting and rightly priced. OLD CITIZEN GONE B. W. SOX PASSES .UYAY AT NOON TODAY AT FAMILY HOME. mir Tllinn nr nrimintf An oxceIent home talent company lINt" I nlnfl Or A CENTURY I assted by a trio or nior0 i)rofesslon- lals. will puKthis play on at Harrvman Of His Useful Life YVas Spent Brown County Where He Is Known to Old Timers. in That last bugle call has been an- swered today by another of the old Teteran; who fought through the "Lost though glorious cause" and the soul of a good man has passed to its sure reward in the great beyond. At .high noon today the spirit of D. W.jbeen seen in Hrownwood by traveling "-Son 100k its flight and a home is left j companies. See the perf...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 8 May 1908

Ms. ' .' tit 4- Pipe of Peace You don't have to smoke the pipe of peace just because you are a smoking man that kind of practice was indulged in dur- ing the early days when the big Indian chief made peace with the whites. If you do smoke it would be a good idea to smoke the best cigar to be had for the money that's where we come in. We have the goods and you need them. I Renfro's 'In Business for Your Health." J WANT COLUMN WANT AD RATES One cent a word first insertion half cent a wora each consecutive Insertion. No adver- tisement taken for less than 20 cts. Cash muBt always accompany the order. The FOR KENT 4-room house and bath on Melwood avenue opposite Brooke Smith's: close in: rent reasonable. : Apply to Ben Shropshire dl"5 . "WANTED A cook. A permanent position for right party. Apply to D. . is. Camp at drug store or phone 135. . IPOR RENT. Pasture near city or will pasture cows and horses by the . .month. Fine grass abundance of wa- iter. .'d-tf Sweet & 7immermann. . TX...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 9 May 1908

DAILY BULLETIN. Read the accounts of J the dis- astrous cyclones all over the country. Then take a cyclone policy. E. B. HENLEY &. CO. Our polic ies cover loss agams cyclones windstorms and torif nados. They are so cheap you: would think you found it. E. B. HENLEY & CO VOL 8. SROWNWOOD TEXAS SATURDAY MAY 9 1908. NO. 175 Rankin Sheet Metal Works High Grade Plumbing Sheet Metal and Tin Work CAMPBELL RETURNS in. OF TEXAS IMSSKS THKOICII itv kn Horn: to a i s m. ENOS LIFEiFIELD MEET ENDS DESPONDENCY CAI SES II EH TO ; I'KOVED A Sl'CCKSS I EVERY vY WOMAN m m IS NOT TALKING POLITICS M m m m (iotcrnor Sas lie Had a .Most l!n jot able Time Oat hi I In- Solium and San Amrclo Conntrt. TAKE THE POISON. MVS THE MA3ACEKS. LINGERS FOR SIX LONG DAYS! BR0WNW00D IS NOMINATED Then Death Comes as Relief to a Bur- dened and Erring Life Friend- less and in Strange Land. Despondent and tired of life "Mil dred" an inmate of one of the houses? As Permanent Place for Holding Track .Meet of Wot Texas...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 9 May 1908

The Daily Bulletin MAYES ritlXTIXG CO. Props. TYILL II. MAYES. Hamming Editor. C A. TITfXELL. City Editor. E.E. KIItKPATKICK Associate Editor B. F. MAYES Business Manager. E. a SEITZ Daily Circulator. 1Y. B. I) FLA Foreman Meeli. Dept. """-'in .ii iiiu in un li M UUU 1 USIOHILV as Second Class Mail Matter. Subscription Per Month. .50c SATURDAY. MAY ! IHUs ODKLL'S CAMIlDAfY. Former Senator from Johnson Sims Hi- f May Issue Statement Soon. Ex-Senator D. Y. Odell of Cleburne arrived in Fort Worth Friday morn- ing to attend the session of the court of civil appeals. Newspaper men fell on him with a scream of delight and propounded interrogatories concern- ing' his probable race for congress in this the Twelfth district. "I shall probably make a statement in that regard a little later on. al- though I will not ay anything at present. " Senator Odell. it is believed will confer with his friends here before coming to a. decision. He regards Tarrant county as the pivotal point of the fight....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 9 May 1908

VALUE OF PUBLICITY. e Brodie the Bridn .!... Self Advertiser -ioasl.v twougb. the man Avho. in Vnuon. had the keenest intuition x value of publicity and used it e greatest personal :idv:mt!i::e. i we consider his humble beiiin- and the Hunted sphere of his en x r. never really knew how u rcv.d vrftc I knew him thst as a youuj: t urchin making his living hy. K newspapeis. blacking boots ruii- Jtrands and doing such odd jolts 1 in his way and it was chiefly Ph selling newspapers whose lines alone he was barely able to her that he gained that knowl- of what Tark row calls "news which oue tiuds in every train- Id elheient city editor. ?as on the strength of this kuowl- "that this bootblack went one day ?e1I known wholesale liquor doai- he east side ami proposed that he establish him In a saloon on 'wery. The liquor dealer was aH his presumption until he scheme: then he capitulated mcjd within a few days the pa- orOeen signed and twenty-four 'nicjou secured on rickety and. mo'evt'ry imag...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 9 May 1908

; COSTLY MATTRESSES. The Kind That Are Used on the Qf3 Plate Glass Wannnc TroLably about as rotiv o.f mattress as any is one that is mad Vh P 00 Ut a11 but t0 snreol on the long broad table or platform of glass fr ca"yins at J?!fe Jnattresses- whIch are ""ade of CTfled hair are very thin scarcely dicker than a comfortable and must be made with the greatest care to in- sure perfect uniformity of thickness. a lump anywhere would be likelv to break the plate of glass restiug upon and there would be still greater u me weigut of two plates or glass was rested on the lump at once. A mattress for a plate glass wagon costs according to size from $GD to ?o. In use the corners of smaller plates carried on it cut Into the tick- . ing covering and sooner or later it has to be made over. Simply to make over such a mattress costs from $20 to $23. On the table topped and mattress .covered glass wagons the himresti plates are carried with confidence audi Ktiety. The table is built to remain Absolut...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 9 May 1908

BEOINNINO mm y. NeAt Saturday MAT 16TH The Daily Bulletin Will Begin the Publication of that Most Charming of All Fascinating Short Stories f "The Real Agatha" This is a great story short but full of many amusing and interesting incidents. It captured the big pme in comoetition with more than two thousand other stories so it must have genuine merit. Certainly the storv is unique novel out of the ordinary. It will be worth your while to read it. The first installment will appear next Saturday and will be continued each Saturday until completed. Subscribe for The Daily Bulletin 50c a Month ' and get the Story from the First. . Mayes Printing Go. Phone 22 and we will do the rest. t A MADDENING PRANK. The Queer Joke That Eugene Field Piavad on a Printer. I When Eugene Field vas city editor 1 .. -r- fifr Tlni-c hp found I tho Kansas City Times he found great amusement in annoyhip one of the characters employed on the paper. Ferguson -was one of the "makeup on the paper and in Wyandotte -...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 9 May 1908

m 3 3 1 Sunday DINNERS. You will want sonu'thin? nkv to tnaku that Sunday dinner .com-lt'U-Jot us suost that vou ndd Alia Vista ctvnm to the numti and then there will bo noth- insr luckiny. Wo will furnish ou with thi funums oream in I I Renfro's I I lu ruo ss for Your Health " WANT COLUMN JioimDns Cortege his sabj-n being: W;"XT AD RATES One cent a Oonqnest of Richteouslaesa. jwawtiwvrtwa. halt nt a worn j F ff rf pa- T?ffl k .-tfeciucu: tkea for thaa 30 cts. I1 on second oa the sobjct o An Af- C&sd5 cause always iccoiupiay tbe or ; tac ti ou SoeialJUia. i?r. ' -For Add Eaa Jarrts. Jackson ora'-l -on the Morais In PoU:ics. SOR Kr r -tvoca house aruibatirj Tfc jwiaes er Jedfe Sftvmar. INttfNvvv. v-..y. opoo: Brcske j Brady. Jud?e Harris B3JIfQ.rrr clv -.r rwi; reaoaab:. I Ja? Dstn-n of Cotaa. .iBgr 3b -visas?.- aaoofiks . Call or TtT V coo - JgsSfcrT evr -rfccZt tZn Zuzs ' t3C2: is jrtJBurjii 'sr dc ijrsc ' i1 .-'?" "I . .1: ' lit..-. -"' :. 4lS0m$ til . .MfV ' nv l.uwies ;t;?i'...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 11 May 1908

Our polic ies coverlloss agains cyclones windstorms and tor nados. They are so cheap you would think you found it. E. B. HENLEY fc. CO Read the accounts of J the dis- astrous cyclones all over the country. Then take a cyclone policy. E. B. HENLEY & CO. VOL 8. BROWN WOOD TEXAS MONDAY MAY 11 1908. NO. 176 DAILY BULLETIN. Rankin Sheet Metal Works High Grade Plumbing Sheet Metal and Tin Work Big Dinner! Every Sunday At The Duici Restaurant Price 35c. M'GALL KPTION NEW HOME ON IRJl V ST. Is s( ENE OF HOSPITABLE RECEPTION. MIJjY ARF IN ATTENDANCE ' M r. J. A. talker Made Report on Her r AetHiHCeat the -Meeting of Fed- erated ClHb at Yernon. Nearly one hundred guests respond- ed to invitations sent out for the re- cpptioo given by Mrs. Geo. V. McCall. at her new home on Irnia street. Sat urday afternoon. The reception be- sides being a very delightful social af- fair was distinct from the ordinarv in more than one respect. A program offered was all that talent and culture could ask the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 11 May 1908

WISE FATHER Twenty-one years ago this wise father started a savings account when his son was born. When the son reached the age of reason the account was of fair proportions. Appreciating the efforts his father was' making in his behalf he saved also. The combined savings with the interest now enables this happy son to purchase from his employer a partnership interest in his business. Opportunities always come to those who save. Start an account today with $1.00 or more. The Browiiwood National Bank. Capital and Surplus $200000.00. Off lot? irss T. C. YAXTJS President .1. C. WEAKLEV First Yice President J. A. WALKER Second Vice President MILLARD HOMINES Cashier WM. B. CROSS Assistant Cashier A. P. FORD Assistant Cashier. The Daily BcIIetin MAYES PRINTING CO. Props. WILL II. MAYES Managing Editor. C. A. TCXXELL City Editor. E. E. KIRKPATRICK Associate Editor H. F. 3EAYES Business Manager. E. C. SEITZ Daily Circulator. W. R. DULA Foreman Mech. Dept. Entered at the Bnnvmvood Postofflce...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 11 May 1908

S. R. COGGIN. PresM.- C H. BENCIM Vice Pres't. B. ROGERS. Vice Pres't. HENRY FORD. Cashier MARION FORD. Asst. Cashier Coggin & Ford Co.. BANKERS Unincorporated. Brownwood Texas. Successors to Coggin Bros. & Ford. Capital Paid Up. : : $250000.00 Individual Responsibility 51500000-00 STOCKHOLDERS: S. R. COGOJN. HENRY FORD. C. i. BENCINl R. B. ROGERS. H. T. WILLIAMS; J. A. COGGIN. N. A. PERRY. j. s. coooin. I.J. BAILEY 3 "With ample capital a strong individual responsibility and & iong experience in the business- we are prepared to furnish unexcelled facilities. Safety lock bxes for customers papers free of charge. SL('S A SOXM OF' I'll EE It. Pres. Ihnidsou Takes Kroad-.Miiided View of Conditions in Business. In the l'onn of a letter A. J. David- The Iuter-CoIIcgiate Field .lfeel. I By A. E. Bateri.) There is a .peculiar something about chivalry that always appeals to the hu- son president ot the I nseo system; is man heart. Ve naturally admire singing a song of cheer to n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 11 May 1908

HI aaPaV &i aa Renfro's Summer Drinks ARE MOST IN FAVOR. . It is .natural they should be. The reasons are simple. They have the OTOst efficient and most hygienic plant in -all Texas. They use the purest and most ex- pensive materials. They take sanitary precautions to maintain purity that others fall to exercise. And every step n the process of production Is taken under the direct supervision of an ex- pert. Better purer health drink cannot be made. And they cost you no more than the doubtful kinds only take the precaution to see that you cet "Rcn- ins's" drinks w hen you drink. I I Renfro's Tn Business for Your Health." WANT COLUMN WANT AD RATES One cent a -arora first insertion half cent a word sacb consecutive insertion. No adver- risement taken for less than 20 cts. Casta must always accoiapany the r- 3er. AGENTS WANTED Local agents for three counties and two or three forcitv work. Applv between 10 and '3 awlock at Jackson House. W. K. l'yne. FOR RENT -Part of my house dur- ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 12 May 1908

: Read the accounts of J the dis- astrous cyclones all over the country. Then take a cyclone policy. E. B. HENLEY & CO. DAILY BULLETIN. Ou r policies cover" loss agains cyclones windstorms and tor nados. They are so cheap yon would think yqu found it. E.B. HENLEY & CO VOL 8. BROWNWOOD TEXAS TUESDAY MAY 12 1908. NO. 177 Rankin Sheet Metal Works High Grade Plumbing Sheet Metal and Tin Work L OWER TAX RATE SPECIAL SCHOOL DISTRICTS SEEK TO LOWEK THEIR RATE. AN ELECTIONS ORDERED And the Xatter Will Go Before the People iu the Seieral Districts on June the 13th. Commissioners Court convened yes- terday with Judce Brumfield nresid- ing and all the members present. The j most important work to come before them for the week was transacted on yesterday when petitions were acted upon and elections authorized in sev- eral school districts where the tax rate is believed to be too high. The proposition of lowering the tax rate in these communities will be submitted to the people and they ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 12 May 1908

The Daily Btilletin MATES PRIXTIXG CO. Trops. TOX II. SLATES. Managing Editor. C. A. TOWELL City Editor. E. E. KIRKPATRICK Associate Editor H. F. 3LVTES Business Manager. E. a SEITZ Daily Circulator. TT. IL DCLA Foreman Mccli. Dept. Entered at the Brownwood Postoftice as Second Class Mail Matter. Snhscription Per Month ."0c TUESDAY 31 VY 12 1J)0. HE OIL SITUATION CAPT. (.EVKIV TIkS ON HE- YELOPMEXTS IN THIS FIELD. MMM LNOT OPERATING He Brought the Find Kit: and Put Down Many Test Wells for Various Companies ' That statement published in the B illetin the other day in regard to the Standard Oil company controlling the oA deekpme.Ms hi the Brown wood field is all rot." said Capt. C. M. Gear- ing the veteran ail man of this dis- tricT I have been connected with iro-T of the test wells put dow n and 1 v.? Ad prefer that a tnan rail iwe a ti: r. to alleging something that there is - t a tit of truth in and spreading it fer the country as facts. 1 Ielieve 1 :n faittiMar with the detail of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 12 May 1908

Nasworthy's Stable Will appreciate your orders for single or double rigs. Everything spick and span and in first class condition. Prompt attention paid to phone orders. Nasworthy's Stable. J. (iraiulpa Lee Dead. II. Miller came iu yesterday from a trip to Blkins and reports the bural of Grandpa Lee an old and respected citizen who died there on Saturday. The deceased was 113 years old and a highly respected citizen of the community. ONE IX T6 THOIVSAM). A Storj That Ouirht to Interest Eiery Reader. The Bulletin takes pleasure in an- nouncing: to its readers that it has se- cured the exclusive rights in this city to publish that deliciously humorous and clever tale. "The Real Agatha." It is an "out-of-the-ordinary" story -short but interesting from the very be- ginning and will hold the absorbed at- . tentiou of the reader to the verv last line for it is only when the last line is finished that the secret is out and it: is discovered who is the "Real ; Agatha." Just imagine a beautif...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 12 May 1908

Capital and Surplus $200000.00. When the son Off iofcrxss T. C. YANTIS. President J. ('. WEAKLEY First Yice President J. A. WALKEIi Second Vice President MIL LAUD KOilLNES CnsMer WM. 15. CKOSS Assistant Cashier A. I. FOKD Assistant Cashier. Twcnty-cnc f 6T Aciatlng the efforts his father was making. . . . .!.. -I potr.nric n rrnimi wnen ins sun. was uutii. 1 reacnea me age 01 icw " . . . intcrcst now cnab es Ih s happy son to purchase trom in his behalf he saved also. I fp0n? ties alway come to thosewho save. Start an his employer a partnership interest m his business wpponun account today with $1.00 or more. The Brownwood Bank. WISE FATHER .werim; the demand mad i.y if past history counts for any the flasl. of the electrics watch : thine there U1 befey K .1 roaus.. iet eaen imwiulu i.-a its own bonds and build its own E. C SE1TZ Daily Circulator. TV. K. DCLA Foreman 3Tccli. Dept. Entered at the Bromnvood rostoffice as Second Class Hail flatter. The Daily Bulletin MAYES MHNTIXG CO. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 12 May 1908

4 .-' K . Brdwnwood Has Many Graduates Daniel Baker and Howard Payne Colleges and the High School Have a Large Number of Graduates . - - - ----- j-ssX -h- -- & - -. - This is a notable year in school and college work in Mrown- wood From Ihe Hifh School w ill come twen-ty-one graduates and Howard 1 'ayne college and Daniel Maker college will furnish '". several graduates each- . The High School commencement will boon May 22 and-tho college commencements on May Zi. Many friends and visitors'- .arc expected to he in Mrownwood during . commencement week of . the colleges. . Brownwood has often been termed "The Athens of the West." Kneli-year her two splendid colleges turn out classes of gradii-' ates who go into the world fitted ."to grapple with life's problems and cope with the difficulties in the world of business and .learn-A inj" . '-".' . The "fame of Mrown wood educational institutions and the . . splendid equipment of her high schools each attract many ftuiY-v y'JHs to this ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 12 May 1908

4 4 H 1 ' .. m mm wmmmmm mmmm m m wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmwmmmm mm MMNMMammMMawBnainanMr In Brown wood Is invited to visit our store and see our line of INSURANCE GASOLINE STOVES in -opera-tion from 4 to 6 p. m. Wednesday Thursday and Friday of this week. Daring these hours each evening we will serve hot biscuit and butter and coffee or ice tea to all visitors. Bring along the men folk also if they can spare the time. THIS STOVE has a device which makes it safe for even the children to use. If you will come down and see it in operation you will no longer fear a gasoline stove. ; :t ' : " During this exhibit we propose to instruct you regarding the use of gasoline its explosive qualities and how to avoid them; its heating qualities and how to use them. Even though you never expect to use a gasoline stove the information you can secure from a visit to our store will amply repay you for the trouble. Come and See this Exhibit Whether You Ever Expect to Use a Gasoline Stove or Not. Come eve...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 12 May 1908

s The Daily Bulletin Will Begin the Publication of that Most Charming of All Fascinating Short Stories "The Real Agatha" This is a great story short but full of many amusing and interesting incidents. It captured the big prize in competition with more than two. thousand other stories so it must have genuine merit. Certainly the story is unique novel out of the ordinary. It will be worth your while" to read it. The first .installment will appear next Saturday and will be continued each Saturday until completed. " . . .. Subscribe for The Daily Bulletin 50c a Month and get the Story from the First Mayes Printing Go. Phone 22 and we will do the rest. (Lxi IE HE WANTED TO KNOW. The Politician Tells the Man From Mars a Few Things. "How do you manage tout railroads in this country?" inquired the man from Mars. "In those countries of the old world which 1 have visited they are owned and managed by the government." "Inasmuch as I have never been Alriad" replied the politician. "I must oflou...

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