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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 16 May 1908

NEXT MAN No tedioilt waits if you snave at PETE ANDERSON'S v Shop West Broadway. Hot and Cold Baths. Shop Closes at 7 o'clock p. m. j ... A PRIZED RECORD. fht Original Muster Roll of Captain A. Lincoln's Company. Jione Of flio rcwsnnric- tt tUr. oqpartment is more highly prized than JJ original muster roll of "Captain A. Tjincoln's company" in the handwriting of that famous man himself. It was a voluntary company organized bv Lincoln in 3S32 to serve in the Black Hawk -war. Lincoln as an army otli- cer -was the same painstaking careful and' orderly man that he was later as president He kept the muster rolls of his company himself and nowhere can a neater and more complete ac- count be found. Although more than seventy-five years old now. the roll is wonderfully well preserved. The paper Is of poor quality but the handwriting Is still legible and distinct not a single tTor naving been made in the copy. The record has been bound together along the edges and where it has been folded co...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 16 May 1908

M ' '" K . V; . llcfrcsliinir Drinks. VjlSife "hot 'weather makes you appre- '.:txsrifi xduesh'mg fount drinks there -Itiirewe want to interest you in the aur w are serving-. We combine -ylil;y nnd cleanliness u make our ikiifci . Jjie" txst u he had 7" The. fad fcta serve the famous Alta Vista jcccMM JhnJres our fount drinks a little -:ff(3& $han vou jr?t elsewhere. r:';- : - RENTIIO'S. ". f - ia Jmeiness for Yor Heal th" ' WANT COLUMN WANT AD RATES One cent a urd first insertion half cent a wora tch r-onBecutive Insertion. No ndver- Siasmcnt taken for less than 20 cts. -Cash must always accompany the or- Storgia House. Brownwood Texas aboard and lodging per week f.'5.f0. 3ft22'i-32 Kinnaman A Tatum. 3R RENT Part of my house dur iistr the summer months. (.-ail or tjisKsae 502. dtf. WANTED A cook. A permanent godfclion for rijrht party . Apply to D. 3aJa.nip at drug store or phone Kk. .A-GOOD cow fresh in milk for sale sSiwmable Milks without calf. .3t2x I. .1. HICK. .; SR. H- B...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 18 May 1908

I Our policies cover loss apcains cyclones windstorms and tor nados! They are so cheap you would think you found it. E.B. HENLEY & CO Road the accounts ofjhe dis- astrous cyclones all over the country. Then take a cyclone policy. E. B. HENLEY & CO. VOL. 8. SROWNWOOD TEXAS MONDAY MAY 18 1908. NO. 182 BULLETIN Works Rankin Sheet Mei High Grade Plumbing Sheet Metal and Tin Worl if GET BUILDING xkxhhxxxhxxkmrxxxkhhhxxx&ixxkxxxxxxxxxxx ( OM.lfKSSM V NLAVDEN WllUM wiv.nv. uk still hoim:s BAILEY 15 S. R. COUUJN. Pres't. C. H. BENCIM.icc4re t. R. B. ROGERS. Vice Prcs t. HENR FORD. Cashier . .MARION FORD. Asst. Cashier BANKERS l nincorporated Brownwood : Texas. Successors to Goggin Bros. & Ford. Capita! Paid Up : : ' S250.000.00 individual Responsibility. $150000.0-00 Niij.s He W ill del . ppropriation jor Site for Itrnunuood itiul .May Monet for iil(liii. President C N. Harrison of the Brownwood Fifty Thousand Club this afternoon 3 o'clock received the following telegram fro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 18 May 1908

Capital and Surplus $200000.00. Of the stork brings the responsibility of providing for the welfare of the" new baby. .Start a-bank account s'ystc"matically-deposit weck'y or monthly even though the amounts be small the aggregated savings will amount to a tidy sum by ihe time the infant has reached the age of maturity. $1 00 WILL START AN ACCOUNT WITfyUS. If the child is taught to save its success is assured. T. C. YASTIS; I'rcsident J. f. WEAKLEY First Vice rresident J. A. WALKEK Second Vice President MILLARD ItOJIIXES Cashier WJI. U. CIIOSS Assistant Cashier A. T. FORI) As.sisfa.nt Casiiier. lie Brown wood. National Hank i Ml i hn-nin i' at aH tune- a HOME LrUBKlt CO.- The Daily Bulletin ;X MAYES PMNTI3U CO. Props. d' V - - " : Don't tor&H that .Nikstr In Cane WILL II. HAYES. Slanacint: Editor. patclUs'the Vest Syrup Iti iie.aiarhot. C A- ITSNELL City Editor. Ask your grocer to s-nd you a cud and E.E. KLRKTATRICK Associate Editor .you be convUiced. H. F. MAYES Business Manager...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 18 May 1908

t Made 3RANDECEE KINCA1D & WOOD siid r iW EMPANELED JUDGE DELIVERS CHANGE TO GRAM) .JURY AT 2 O'CLOCK. MENTIONS THE POOL HALL t Says Conditions re Better Than ' rual in Brownwood and Com- mends Former Grand Jury. he grand jury was empaneled this aftJrnoon at 2 o'clock as follows: R. i "W- Fentecost. foreman: R. B. Rogers A D Lee f. J. Cade. Arthur Burns. S. P. Crawford T. W. Oden 5. L. Meek nxA J. B. Hensley. Judge Goodwin in delivering a change to the grand jury stated that it hajf bfen about six months since the ' last grand jury was convened here NEXT MAN No tediou.s wa ts -f ...: have at PETE ANDERSON'S ' Shop-. West Broadway . "Hot and Cold Baths. Shop Closes at 7 o clock p. m. Bargains in 50 per cent and more reduction on some patterns- -all patterns greatly reduced. -strictly a close out curtain sale. Empire Furniture Co To The Public ? . This will notifv the public that 1 Have bougm out ! the interest ol Chas. RatlifT in the Ratliff & Smith Meat t Market and will aft...

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

:lUureshinir Drinks. 'Alibis' liDt weather' thukes vou nppre- ":tv;aBfrosliinr fount drinks thero- 'Q wnnt. . to interest you in the -j4m(6$ w stre serving. Wo combine tdeanliness to make otir i v&e . best to Vie had.' The fact W?-1 the famous Aha Vista alcfcs our fount dr inks a little japu jret cLsewhere. JtHKFlyO'S. - tess Cor Yr Health" WANT GO WANT AD RATES One cent a rord first insertion half cent u wora cncti consecutive insertion. No adver- tisement taken fox les- than cts. ash njust always aceouipauy the or '4er - "'PQtgiia -House. UjownuooiU Texas -;&0nd loilinsr !r week t..10. . Kinnamatt A Tatuni. "?T- -' IIV.ST i'art of ray house dur- .'- fM ' JS "twiimer months (."all Ot -v. pboe.v?. W- - i ; ' : . YATr;U - A cook. A permanent 'fdsition for right party. Apply to 1. ';.;: SVChurp at dcuir store or phone l3o- ' . C&.'GOGD cow freh iniilk for sale 5Jls!RSp&ble. Milks without calf . 1. J- KICK. Foil flti Passengers. " ";.;Sft3jral' San Angelo parties who. V...

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

lad the accounts of j the dis- astrous cyclones all over tbe country. Then take a evekme policy. E. B. HENLEY &. CO Oar policies cover loss agains cyclones windstorms and tor nados. They are so cheap you would think you found it. E. B. HENLEY &. CO VOL. 8. SROWNWOOD TEXAS TUESDAY MAY 19 1908. NO. 183 Rankin Sheet Metal Works High Grade Plumbing Sheet Metal and Tin Work ANOTHERJELEGRAM Culberson Wires Committee will Report Favorably. S. R. COCKIIN. Pres't. C. H. BENCINI. Vice Pres't. R. B. ROGERS. Vice Pres t. HENRY FORI). Cashier iUARIO.N FORU. Asst. Cashier Coggin & Ford Co. BANKERS t nincorjvjrated. Brownwood : : Texas. Successors to Coggin Bros. & Ford. Capital Paid Up. : : S250.000.00 Individual Responsibility SK500.000.00 SITE FOR FEDERAL BUILDING Seven Thousand Five Hundred Dollars to Purchase Site for Federal Build- ing for This City. Brooke Smith at 2:30 this afternoon received the following telegram from Senator Charles A. Culberson at Washington: Brooke Smi...

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

Capita! and Surplus 5200000.00. Off iofejxrss T. C. YAA'TIS resident J. C. WEAKLEY First Yice President J. A. WALK Eli Second Yice President MIILAIil) KOJILN'ES Cashier WJf. B. CROSS Assistant Cashier A. P. FOIil) Assistant Cashier. Of the stork brings the responsibility of providing for the welfare of the new baby. Start a bank account systematically deposit weekly or monthly even though the amounts be small the aggregated savines will amount to a tidy sum by ihe time the infant has reached the age of maturity. LOO- WILL START AN ACCOUNT WITH US. If the child is taught to save its success is assured. The Brown wood National Bank. THE ARRIVAJU A LITTLE DIRTY FELLOW. JL t 1 a- .... i .1. til..... 1 I.;. T True that povert's a lmrden that X But ttw litllf. ditty follow d.H-ii t 1 IlV JAMHS J. MONTAlil'K. IN NEW SORK AMKRICAN- ? T" E Sin&umi IT!" nK?a:!'' 1 areumbWiown. XceMeut: laments th ay Wou - al X 1 Whelv S!e tuow f?s black in whiter and the .Itimr. lt heat . pt8!l i trip ami...

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

i LLIVE LI IS KILLED RAILROADERS HERE MODERN CLOTHES PURE FOOD Sl'PKKM K COl'KT DECLAHKS YOU) tex s cross KEi'Eirr laws (.'. H. ( O.WELE L. I. ( 03IKK AM) OTHERS AKK IX CITY TODAY. FOR YOUR HEALTOt Brandegee Kincaid & Wood Mighty Good Clothing. Insist on this line they are correct they fit you get the new combination color effects you get clothing made out of woo! ciothing made by expert tailors; cloth- ing designed by people who keep in touch with-the world's palest fashions and Brandeoee Kincaid & Wood's de signer usually sets the pace I be wrong when you buy this Prices Always Right. J" rEraOMA SO TEKHOlt. Dr. Yfh Discovery That Seat of Di ease Is Sot in Ltimrs. St Manning Fish of Chicago an- nounces a new theory concerning. I ntumouia. He says the disease rests -:n ths. bony framework . of the nose ct.1 that the seat oi trouble in such i c.-s s Is not in the lunjrs. a? is sener - Ir Fish sikimIs capons the best of bJs profession- in. Cliicago. Reading Taprr before the Ch...

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

Wail Paper. DoVt. think that - C3u.se we iv si d'.Ui! UirAthat mir WaU paper !tnk is mt complete. Our wh.ll paper depart- tuent lujs lonii" heen a secia np with us and we art? prepared to show you as complete a line ascan K sHtown in the I'll!' Renfro ''In Business for Your Health. WANT COLUMN AD RATES One cent a word first insertion half cent a word each consecutive Insertion. No adver- . tisement taken for leas than 20 cts. Cash must always accompHuy the or- AG11NTS WANTED -Loeiil agents :.; t or three counties and two or three for . work. Applv letweeu 10 ami ; f&YJock Jackson tlous-e. 1 .31 W. W. K. I'YXr'.. f- : ' FOR KEXT-lartof my house dur- the siiumier months. -Call or wbone .'.sc.. (Vtf. ' .WAXl'KO A cook. A pennaneut position for rijrht part . Apply to L. f'-amp at tlrujf -tore or jihoae l.Jo. A "GOOD cow freh in milk for sale ees60na)!e. Nlllks without cajf. I. J. KICK. 51b AUji Oaris tn Wednesday rvetlinR. May th' IStfi the death alip-'l visited the btmic C Mr. and"...

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

- f f- DAILY BULLETIN Our policies cover loss agains cyclones windstorms and tor nados. They are so cheap you : would think you found it. E.B. HENLEY &. CO Read the accounts of J the dis- astrous cyclones all over the country. Then take a cyclone poliey. E. B. HENLEY &. CO. a "VOL. 8. SROWN WOOD TEXAS WEDNESDAY MAY 20 1908. NO. 184 Rankin Sheet Metal Works High Grade Plumbing Sheet Metal and Tin Work BRIGHT PROSPECTS SCHOOL HOARD PLAYS FOR CKKIT Yi OHK NKXT YE IK. A MUNICIPAL PLANT COUNCIL TALKS OF THAT KIJVD OF LIGHT PLA3TT. BELIEVES THE TIME IS RIPE BIGGER COUNCIL INTERESTED IX A PROPOSITION. SUCH IS APPROPRIATE TO MAINTAIN For the City to Install Light Plant In Connection With Improred Water Works System. A little more than a year ago three . aldermen were elected on a ticket favoring- the installation of a municipal light-plant at that time and up to the present it has been impossible to con- sider the matter in a serious way. but it has been suggested by one of the coun...

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

THE IV IV I vr a Capital and Surplus $200000.00. Of the stork brings the responsibility of providing for tbe welfare of the new baby. Start a bank account systematicallydeposit weekly or monthly even though the amounts be small the aggregated savings will amount to a tidy sum bv ihc time the infant has reached the age of niaturitv. $i 00 WILL START AN ACCOUNT WITH US. If tbe child is taught to save its success is assured. The Brownwood tank T. C. YAS'TIS President J. C. WEAKLEY First Tice President J. A. WALKER Second Tice President MILLAIil) ROMJ.VES Cashier WM. B. CROSS Assistant Cashier A. P. FORI) Assistant Cashier. HUNTER & HUNITZ THE UP-TO-DATE GROCERS. We have seen red the-agency for Chase A- Sanborn's Coffees and Teas which are the best that 'grow because they are grown on Chase & Sanborn's own plantations aud under their ow'n. su- pervision. Their Teas for ice tea can't be beat. We also have the exclusive agency for the celebrated "Albatross' Flour "Best on Earth." ...

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

1 r ff' i Another Shipment of Figured Dress Lawns Our recent shipment of Figured Dress Lafans are sure to please you in both quality and price. We hope to have the pleasure of showing you this line. Many new patterns to show you. Ask to see Our New Lawns Price 12 12 and 15c ARE YOU SURE Thiit the ice- cream you buy is strictly PURE! v Do you know that the makers' hands were clean flies excluded from the factory and frevzurs and other utensils kept in Sanitary Condition! Why lake any chance where yourhealth is concerned ! Why not MAKE AND FREEZE YOUR OWN ICE CREAM In 10 MINUTES FOR 1c. A PLATE with Jell-0 1GE CREflRl Powder It is so easy. Simply stir contents of one iac package into a nuart of milk and freeze without cookine heating or the ad- dition of anything else. This makes two quarts of ice cream clean pure and whole- some. A good ice cream freezer can 1)0 bought for a dollar or two which will last for years and will soon gave its cost. 2 packages JELL-0 ICE CREAM Pow- der for ...

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

i ! Wall Paper. Don't think that be- cause our is a dniir store that our wall pap-v stock is not vomplete. Our wall paper depart- ment has lonj hfn a special Hue with and we-a re prepared to show .vou as complete :i.lm as can he shown in the city. Renfro In Business for Your Health. WANT COLUMN WANT AD RATES One cent a -word first insertion half cent a wora -e&ch consecutive Insertion. No adver- tisement taken for less than 20 cts. Cash muftt always accompany the or- der. KR S ALE Three acres oil land fine residence lot pianos typewriter cows gentle horse and bug-try Ac. S. E. CHANDLER dtf. Daniel Baker College. AGENTS WANTED Local agents for three counties and two or three for "city work. Apply between 10 and 3 o'clock Jackson House. dm W. E. PYNE. FOR "RENT Part of my house during- the .similiter months. Call or phone f!l2. ' ' dtf. WANTED A cook. A jiermaneot position for right party. Apply to D. S. Gamp at dnir store tr phone 135. A GOOD cow fro.sh in milk for sale reason ab...

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

Our policies coyer Joss against cyclones windstorms and tor- nados. They are so cheap yoo would think you found it. E.B. HENLEY Jc CO Read the accounts of J the dis- astrous cyclones all over the country. Then take a cyclone policy. . B. HENLEY & CO. VOL. 8. SROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY MAY 21 1908. NO. 185 DAILY BULLETIN. Rankin Sheet Metal Works High Grade Plumbing Sheet Metal and Tin Work TERRIFIC DHL FULL Brownwood Visited by Worst Storm in Many Years. The Gilliam Store We offer the est line of men's Negligee Shirty you will see Every one a new pattern and all of the best values. All sleeve lengths and all sizes. Ou r modes are of the best and the styles are right. See us for furnish- ing goods. Gilliam Bros Andrews-Roach. A wedding that came in the nature of a surprise to friend of the contract- ing: parties was that of Mr. Duke An- drews and Miss Addie Roach which occurred at the home of Pastor Mc- Call of the First Baptist church with o'clock last night. The wedding va a prof...

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

i Cora. Th vocitr coat- 5 . 1 t.' Saviiigploney is Simply a Process of Growth .j If you form the habit financial independence will gr.ow out of your beginning just as sure as the giant tree grows from the sapling. Nobody saves much at a time. Everybody can save a little at a time Financial success is simply a matter of sticking to your saving plan. Try the banking account plan of savingsee how fast the small change grows into dollars and how the dollars grow into tens and hundreds. Children save your nickles. Men and women save your dollars. We solicit your account. The Browiiwood National Bank The Daily Bulletin MAYES PIUXTDiG CO Props. YFILL II. MAYES. Managing Editor. C. A TCXXELL City Editor. E. E. KIBKl'ATKI CK Associate Editor H. F. 3LIYES Business Manager. E. C SEITZ Daily Circulator. W. B. DCLA Foreman Mech. Dept. Entered at the Brownwood Postoffice as Second Class Mail Matter. Subscription Per Month 50c THURSDAY MAY 21 1908. Announcements The Bulletin i authorized to an- . ...

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

J - ft m M HUNTER THE UP-TO-DATE GROCERS. JVe have seenred the agency for Chased Sanborn's Coffees ami Teas which are the best that grow because they are frown on Chase & Sanborn's own plantations and under their own su- pervision. Their Teas for ice tea cari't be" beat. We also have the exclusive agency for the celebrated "Albatross" Flour "Best on Earth.' of' which we have just received a car. There is none belter. We Want Your Trade Phone 40 if Busy 440. Corhmencment at Howard Payne Thursday May 2. v:50 p. n:.. 1'iar.u rec:tal by Miss Pearl Tainott. Friday. May 22. s.:50 j. i;:.. IV:.at contest. - Saturday; May 23 :30 p. m timer- tortaiwaeat by the music department. followed by the declamatory contest. Sunday May. 24. 11 a. nr.. Com- mencement sermon. by Rev. M. K. llodson. of Ballinger. Monday. May 25. ?:30 p. m. Knter- tainment by Miss Curry's mipHs. Tuesday. May 20 b:30 p. m.. Enter- tainment by Miss Curry's pupils. Wednesday May ST.'SrSb a. m.. Graduating- exercises prese...

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

Wall Paper. Don't think that be- cause ours is a drug store that our wall paper stock is not complete. Our wall paper depart- ment has long been a special line wjth us and we are prepared to show you as complete a line as can be shown in the citv. Renfro 'In Business for Your Health.' WANT COLUMN Tit -m t . wai j. au x a ruts une cent a wora nrsi insertion nail cent a word each consecutive Insertion. No adver- tisement taken for less than 20 cts. Cash mustalwavs accompany the or der. FOR SALE Three acres oil land. Ime residence lot pianos typewriter cows gentle horse and buggy Ac. S. E. CHANDLER dtf. Daniel Raker College. FOR RENT Part of mv house dur- ing the summer phone 592. months. Call or dtf. WANTED A cook. A permanent position for right party. Apply to l). b. Camp at drug store or phone l.to. "WANTED To buy a pair of small mules. Applv to Jno. G. Lee. dtf LOST Between my home and post omce a bent handle walking cane. tinder please leave at Bulletin office or phone Dr. Chapman...

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

DAILY BULLETIN r Read the accounts of j the dis- astrous cyclones all over the J country. Then take a cvclone policy E.B. HENLEY &. CO. . Our policies cover loss against cyclones windstorms and tor- nados. They are so cheap you would think you found it. E.B. HENLEY & CO VOL. BROWNWOOD TEXAS FRIDAY MAY 2A 1908 NO. 186 Rankin Sheet Metal Works High Grade Plumbing Ki:Mi:iti;i in auxin vti; class 01 BHOWMXMIB UHIH SCHOOLS Sheet Metal and Tin Work LARGE AUDIENCE iMJliiMMWMM-l i. ... i IHM.IIMII 111 Ill IIIM I I II I M Tabernacle Mas I'seU for flu ereise of (lie II ju It School Crude. it . a . p I I We pf?ertbe best -line of . men's J I sTnjnrHryj Qhnt ' VA11 wilt COO' " I I -Every one a new pattern and s 'all of ihe besWalues. AH sleeve j 5 lengths and allzes. Ou r modes are of the bestSaud the style's U e are right. See usor furnish- . I ing goods. . .Gilliam Bros. c UuMne Is Iiicroasinir. The manufacture of ire t : a; i ;r f Brownwood i reaching iiu:nen-e pro- portions. The Ala...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 22 May 1908

ttilKTCulosis is transniittPd from cow J tuberculin was "Injected into the neck ' College where he was in charge of tb to man. I'ntil recently it was thought j of each cow. The following morning t college dairy herd numbering mor that most all classes of Hrng tubereu-1 temperatures were agafn taken and . than 20rt head and by practic4l x losis was contracted. -by jubilation but J continued throughout the day until six ptrifne he gained a wondprfuf it has Ihhmi proven bejond a question I registers were made. If affected by amount of knowledge that has -nvi of doubt that a large number of cases t tuberculous gerins a rise in tempera-! him many a useful turn during -of consumption come by taking in-"lure j'k perceptible on tlte second day. twelve years of dairy business Iu t. fected food and' dr.ink. In point- of Reference to the" accompanying table Brown wood country. Oh the 15th J verihMH'4' we have two distinct classes; wfl show that the highest . tempera- of December igoc Mr. 'Watt...

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