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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 22 May 1908

I 1 ! v I I 1 M V The purity of- our ALAMO ICE CREAM commends it to your favorable attention. It is made. of purest cream and milk in a factory that ismddel of cleanliness. The freez- ing is equally sanitary. All freezers and cpntainersafe spotlessly clean being thoroughly scalded and washed before they are used. vThe purest granulated sugar only is used. The freezing is done with pure clean hygienic ice np'snow ice or discolored ice is used. ALAMO cream contains no hard frozen particles but & firm yet pasty article that melts in your v mouth. Your order is what we want. We ant it today tomorrow and every other day. Special for Sunday Chocolate Ice Cream and njne Apple Sherbet. Alamo Ma nutaclurina CO. R9I IM.VN M M IS YII.KOM'. PURR FOOD FOR YOUR HEALTH Did you know that catilo could have tuberculosis or consumption? Wii are testing pur dairy lierdlor this disease. Our aim is to give our cus- tomer the purest healthiest and cleanest Milk and Cream to be had give us your or deis...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 22 May 1908

1 Saving Money is Simply a Process of Growth. r If you form the habit financial independence will grow 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 - ;. l success is simply a matter of sticking to your saving plan. Try the banking account plan of saving see 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 ' '".'-.:'? '-"h' The Brownwood National Bank. Capital and Surplus $200000.00. r T. C. YAXTIS I'rrsldent J. C. WEAKLEY First Ticc President J. A. WALKER Second Ylce Brcsldent MILLARD HOMINES Cashier WM. II. CROSS Assistant Cashier A. I. FORD Assistant Cashier. V The Daily Bulletin MAYES FKIXTIXG CO. Frops. WILL II. 3IAYES Managing Editor. C A. TD3TXELL City Editor. E. E. KIRKFATRICK Associate Editor II. F. 3LA.YES Business M...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 22 May 1908

fit 11 M LANGUAGE KL.O Droll Incident in the Reign of iames I. of England. TRICK QJJ AN AMBASSADOR ft HI I The Different Interpretations cf th- Same Acts Performed by a Crcchet V Spaniard and a Hard Headed and Canny Old Scotch Butcher. It is aid that King James 1. on re- moving to London was waited tujon by tie Spanish ambassador a man of eru- "Gitiou !ut wbo had a crotchet in his tend that every country should have a professor of sisiis to teach him and the Lke of him to understand one another. The ambassador was lamentum one day liefore the king this sreat desidcr- ntum throughout ali Kurope. when the king said to him: "Why. 1 have a pro fessor of sisns in the northernmost col- lege in my dominions viz. at Aber- deen biit it is a great way off perhaps GOO miles." "Were it 10.0.00 leagues off I shall see him." said the ambassador "and rtm determined - V V V V VF kthree days." The kin:r saw he had enm- imltted himself and wrote or caused to 'be written to the Uuiversitv of Aber deen...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 22 May 1908

I This is what the rich man wants what the poor have the miser spends and the spender saves. We do not want any one to be a miser for every man-owes himself the necessary comforts of . ; r" life but you don't want to be known as a spendthrift by your associates. It may sound flattering but the man who has a bank account and saves at least a part of his earnings stands head and shoulders above the spendthrift in any community. You can save some of your salary if you wiil- 'and this bank will be glad to assist you in the undertaking. You can open an account here with one dollar deposit as often as you wish any amount you like. ' rJTI-IK OITl45EJNCS NATIONAL BANK. The Daily ulletin MAYES PRINTING CO. Proprietors. Entered at the Brownwood Postoffice as second class mail matter WILL H. MAYES Managing Editor. C A. TUNNELL City Editor. H. F. MAYES Business Manager. E. E. KERKPATRICK Ass't. Ed. W. R. DULA Foreman Mech Dep E. C. SEITZ 'City Circulator. Subscription Price per month 50 cents. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 22 May 1908

. 1 (S-im: How DidYtou Ever Do Without it? Wo hearthat alVtho time wherever we have installed oW hot atcrheator. You have mo idea wtyal a convenience they Are. Think of i hi a few initi- ates you lavo enou-A dot witter lor a bath and no bother ai :.. .-k ;is to .i you moiv a! ton: it. Phone 10 p&rm BY CHECK. References Required ta Open a "Aceatunt Iri Emdanti. Bank "1 li;;e'h A inert can -uto: of car- rying money loose in the jt.ti.-kft." said D. II. Ueban. 3 retired banker of Loi:- d m "In IvnglOTHi gentlemen ness men carry Very little ntoiiey with tlieni Ne?r'y ererVthmg -is paid f-r by cheek rniyi of-conrs. money enough to pay the-snja1 incidental x pen s of a day -j"lf a man goes into a -store t'i- lny a ifat. In does not p.ry money for if but f gives a .eh"ek. If tre is dining at a pub ic place lie wry lrkc:y pays for ls meal with achtvk Tin system of credit in England is different from th-n in this eouutry.. and the more fact that a man lias aa a'-ont In a hank serves to g...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 22 May 1908

Wall Paper. Don't think thai bo- cause ours is u drur store that our wall paper stock is not complete. Our wall paper depart- ment has lonjr been a special line with us and -.vejire prepared to show vouas eomplee a line fis be hown hi the I'lt.Y ' wreck and succor is being extended to more than 100 injured. Robert Holmes purchasing agent for Commonwealth Edison Electric company was found dead with marks of garroters on his neck and his face black from strangulation in an alley in a down town district of Chicago. The body was found by employes of the street cleaning department and was identified by the contents of the dead man's pockets! Not the smallest coin or slightest article of jewelry was left en the garrote.d man's person. Late reports received by the depart- ment of insurance and banking show that in Hit state of Texas during the month oi April: IHi'n there occurred eight tire sfs of $Km' and over. t!i-.' ascreizato ioss amounting to f24.- ''. ncint l.C .similar los-se for th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 23 May 1908

11 DAILY BULLETIN. Our policies cover loss against cyclones windstorms and tor- nados. They are so cheap you would think you found it. E.B. HENLEY & CO Read the accounts of the dis- astrous cyclones all over the country. Then take - a cyclone policy. E. B. HENLEY &. GO. VOL. 8 SROWNWOOD TEXAS SATURDAY MAY 23 1908. NO. 187 J? Rankin Sheet Metal Works High Grade Plumbing Sheet Metal and Tin Work DIES ON GALLOWS MAI.NTAIMXJ IWOrKMK TO I. V.ST I'lSOX KKEl'S 1IIS iNKKYL. The Gilliam Store At $1.00 a pair we offer belted blue check pant m mpx s sizes that is the bet garment we have ever shown itthe price. This is an ideal panV for a sum mer work pant ana they tit and are made true to size Gilliam Bros. SE DESTROYED Mill m KxriirMoii. JtESIPE.XE ON MRS plait unixKD yesterday. CAUGHT FROM THE STOVE lnl F1H1M4". Spread So EsM Thai it yVii Impossible to Hcmmc Household (fMiI. il. C H. t!" oit.v : trot f'r'. : ikk. ( :a v --tir. .v (U Mr Hiirook i- STORY OF ANAWFUL GRIME .Murder of L. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 23 May 1908

1 Big Day & Kunitz G rownw Company ! at Hunter in mm m m Friday. fnr Fridav onlv. we have arranged to & Sanborn's and H. J. Heinz Co. on hand to demonstrate to you the g Cakes Crackers; ' Chase & Sanborn's excellent Coffees and Teas and H the Heinz 57 varieties. Every housewife should know of the economy cktntfes and vntt arp urcred to come and receive the samples whether you Fq $10.00 worth of Groceries given away ab- solutely free by us on this date.. Don't fail to come and bring someone with you. "You may get them. relay oodr 29th Hunter a representative of the National Biscuit Company Chase lesnd-cleanliness of the famous "InerseaP brand of T. Heinz Co.'s delicious Pickles. Olives and Preserves all in buying these dust-tight IN-ER-SEAL moisture proof are a customer or not Come out and enjoy the feast r Pate Foods and to Please Kunitz Grocery Co. AN OLD OIL WELL FILLED TO TILL TOP-IT IS STILL OUTLET lOIt (as. man who opened a bath house 'and adwrtied the mineral proix...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 23 May 1908

Remember the Alamo. 99 44 0 The purity of our ALAMO ICE CREAM commends it to your favorable attention. It is made of purest cream and milk in a factory that is a model of cleanliness. The freez- ing is equally sanitary AH freezers and containers are spotlessly clean being thoroughly scalded and washed before they are used. The purest granulated sugar only is used. The freezing is done with pure clean hygienic ice no snow ice or discolored ice is used. ALAMO cream contains no hard frozen particles but a firmr yet pasty article that melts in your mouth. Your order is what we want. We want it today tomorrow and every other day. Special for Sunday Chocolate Ice Cream and Pine Apple Sherbet. V . 1 -V 4 -4 Pure Food TEXAN IH.MiHIi I i M;m H)Kh. Capl. Bill .McDonald in (Hit ham tn See How Folks Live Packed In. CfiiHHfu Bill McDonald of Texas about whom Major IMock4i. I nited Stales Armv . oar' said: "That man would ifelitl Wtcb one burtak'rtf a- 'ijft.j - . . ter. Kif miii vt i i iiv-i. t ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 23 May 1908

saving Money is Simply a Process of Growth. K you form the habit financial independence -will grow 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 Capita! and Surplus $200000.00. oifioex-s: T. C. TAJi'TIS President J. C. WEAKLEY First Tice President J. A. WALKEB Second Tice President MI1LAED BOJIDt'ES CasWer WM. B. CKOSS Assistant Cashier A. P. FOItD Assistant Cashier. . ; :-. ULCC IS simply a matter of sticking to your saving plan. Try the banking account plan of saving- see h ' C' ast the small change grows into dollars and how the dollars grow into tens and hundreds. Children s; ow save -r "... . JUU1 mcKies. Men and women save your dollars. We solicit your account The Browuwood National Bank. Tfce Daily Bulletin HATES PBIXTDTG CO Props. WILL H. HATES Managing Editor. C A. TDJfJTELL City Editor. E. E. KtB.KPATB.ICK Associate Editor H. F. HATES Business Manager. E. C. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 23 May 1908

1 I - I' E sot KM "Compeiiilon is me Life of Trade. 99 3E The above axiom has yielded the floor to a later and more self- evident truth "Advertising is the life of trade. ' In these lat: ter days the man "vyho does not advertise will soon be a back number. The newspaper is conceded by all well posted people to be the best and cheapest medium for disseminating store news to the buying public. The only thing left to do is to select the "right1' medium. .lust any paper won't answer the purpose. It must be a paper with a bona tide sub- scription list a paper that reach- es the people one that goes into the homes and is read. . SITU A. PAPER IS THE DAILY UULLETLN. For eight years the Daily Bulle- tin has been building up its sub- scription list. For the first two -years the people looked at it ask- ance and refused to subscribe but we put work and merit into the paper and it has now become a necessity in the homes of two- thirds of the people of Brown- wood. Watch the newsboy when he get...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 23 May 1908

TUJ.e. lerW the n'rh m;in ivnnl;. wlmt the nnnr liiivr. (In Milbil' oix lid rfUcl C lit: Upcruler SaVCS. We do not want any one .to be a miser for every umii mvw hjuifcrli lli iitu trkuAty comforts of life but you don't want 10 be known as a spendthrift by youi tuir-i f niuy fcouiid flattering but the man who has a bank account and saves at least n mil id hi ma nihil nldid' head and shoulders above the spendthrift in any community. Yuti uu tivi. tihn d ynu salary if yoti vill and this bank will be glad to assist you in the undertaking. Vim nin ntru wi ikimiiuI hctc vith g NATIONAL one dollar deposit as olten as you wish any amount yen Ilk or I I J iNJ 'T I OAT V 1 I V rv I-C 1 The Dai MAYES PRINTING CO. Proprietors. .Entered at the Browmvood Postoffice as second class mail matter WILL H. MAYES Managing Editor. C. A. TUNNELL City Editor H. F. MAYES. Business Manager. US.-E. KIRKPATRICK Ass't. Ed. W. R. DULA Foreman Mech Depi E. C. SEITZ City Circulator. Subscription Price per mouth F...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 23 May 1908

w if 1 PSCTUMSS BY wen COPYfUCfT. JS07 3Y SISCt-iJ&G CO. WILSON CHAPTER 11. The Inside of the castle gave every evidence of enormous wealth and every imaginable luxury was provided. After a little interchange of pleas- antries in the spacious hall our black- haired friend raised her voice In a Etentorian shout. In answer to which a brisk elderly lady came down the mahogany stairs and welcomed us cordially. She was introduced as "our aunt and chaperon Mrs. Armistead" amid peals of laughter from the girls although we couldn't see any joke. We then went to our rooms which con- tained everything we could possibly 13jfe desired and when we came down to dinner the footman told us that Mrs. Armistead and the young ladies were awaiting us in the drawing room. "We crossed the hall and when the Seavy curtains that separated it from the huge drawing room were lifted to admit us we saw at least "0 girls xanging in age from IS to 23. standing y sitting around the room in attitudes vt expecta...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 23 May 1908

V m COPYfitCri T. S07 AY A. C tSCLUOC i CO. CHAPTER . The Inside of the castle gave every evidence of enormous wealth and every imaginable luxury was provided. After a little interchange of pleas- antries in the spacious hall our black- haired friend raised her voice in a Stentorian shout. In answer to which a brisk elderly lady came down the mahogany stairs and welcomed us cordially. She was Introduced as "our aunt and chaperon. Mrs. Armistead." amid peals of laughter from the girls although we couldn't see any joke. We then went to our rooms which con- tained everything we could possibly ISjfe desired and when we came down to dinner the footman told us that Mrs. Armistead and the young ladles were awaiting us in the drawing room. v We crossed the hall and when the jSeavy curtains that separated it from the huge drawing room were lifted to admit us we saw at least 20 girls xanging In age from IS to 23. standing $r sitting around the room in attitudes ct expectancy. I found out late...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 23 May 1908

Wall Paper. "Don't think that be- cause ours is a druir store that our wall paper stock is not complete. Our wall paper depart- ment has long been a special line with us and we are prepared to show von as complete a line as can be shown in the citv. Renfro "la Business for Your Health. ANT COLUMN " une cent a " iiiawnsernon nan cent awora . cacn consecutive Insertion. No sdver uanem xaKcn tor lesa than 20 cts. JBsn must alxj-ays accompany the or der. Why We Charge $1.50. A number of people seem puzzled over the fact that we charge $ljo0 per gallon for our best ice cream It will be readily understood howofor when we tell'them that it is mad from pure separated Jersey creainf and that it takes live or six gallonf of the richest milk to make one irijfon of separated cream. Thrfcs why ift eots- and that is why our beuTem is so much bet- ter than the avenge cream. Then we use every precaution in making our ice cream as to sanitary conditions. so that from a sanitary standpoint also there...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 25 May 1908

Out policies cover loss against cyclones windstorms and tor- nados. They are so cheap you would think you found it. E. B. HENLEY &. CO Read the accounts of the dis- astrous cyclones all over the country. Then take a cyclone policy. E. B. HENLEY 8. CO. SROWNWOOD TEXAS MONDAY MAY 25 1908. VOL. 8 NO. 188 DAILY BULLETIN Rankin Sheet Melal Works High GraMumbing Sheet Metal (anil Tin Work TERRIBLE FLOODS TEXAS IS EXl'EHIEM'IMi l 1 VllVA EDEMEJ) OYEKFLOWS. The Gilliam Store Another sift patent (A patent kid ; pumps for men-jk the Queeri Quality make-Aa splendid value and a fine style and Imoderately priced at '$3.00 No. 453 a ntW Tan pump with a . colonial buckle- turn soles both of. the above and bdlV priced at $3.00; Gilliam Bros LOSSES RUN INTO MILLIONS Fort Worth Mono Will SuliVr 31 ore . Than a .Million Dollars Loss. Waco Also Suffers. I. J. Timmons returned this morn- ing from a business trip to Dallas ami reports that the flood . damages throughout that portion of the state will...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 25 May 1908

INDEPENDENCE My son unless you learn to save you must make up your mind that you will work the balance of your life for someone else. To save is ' to be free and independent. $1.00 will start an account with us. . : VJ:? Save your spare change and the dollars will take care of themselves. The Brown wood National Bank Capital and Surplus $200000.00. r 4 Off iofcrjrs: T. C. YAA'TIS 1'rrsldcnt J. C. WEAKLEY First Ticc President J. A. IVALKEIi Second Yice 1'rcsident MILLAIiD IiOMLYES Cashier YfM. B. CROSS Assistant Cashier A. P. FORD Assistant Cashier. I 3 O a 1 a ; m The Daily Bulletin 3TAYES PBIXTIXti CO. Props. WILL II. 3TAYES Managing Editor. a JL TUJTXELL City Editor. E. E. KIRKPATItICK Associate Editor H. F. MAYES Business iTanager. E. a SEITZ Daily Circulator. W. JL DULA Foreman 3Tech. Dept. Entered at the Browmvood Postoffice as Second Class Mail Matter. Subscription Per Month 50c MONDAY MAY 23. 190$. worry Mr. lmboden the Attorney Ceii-' eral will jot to all of them iu time. He...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 25 May 1908

This is what the rich man wants what the poor have the misef spends and the spender saves. We do not want any one to be a miier for every man owes himself the necessary comforts of life but you don't want to be known as a spendthrift by your associates. It may sound flattering bnt the man who has a bank account and saVes at least a part of his earnings stands head and shoulders above the spendthriftjrxJiny-comrAunity. You can save some of your salary if you will . and this bank will be glad to assist you in thb undertaking. You can open an account here with one dollar deposit as often as you wish any1 amount you like. THE QITIEN8 NATIONAL BANK E NATIONAL 1 m f HUNTER tY HIINITZ THE UP-TO-DATE GROCERS. We have secured the ajrenv for Chase A: Sanborn's Coffee- and Teas w)uch are the bet thatvirrow beeaue they are grown on Chase & Sanborn's own plantaVons and uuder their own su- pervision. Their Teas for ice tea &unt be beat. We also have the f delusive agency for th celebrated...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 25 May 1908

(i 2- ' . !.- Hi 5 GOOD CIGARS We want to call your attention to the line of good cigars we are of- fering for sale not only this week but every week in the year. We challenge competitors to offer you a better as- sortment or a fresher stock. We sell our cigars and when you buy there is no danger of you getting old dried out goods. Smoke witti us and you 'll be pleased. RENFRO'S 'In Business for Your Health." WANT COLUMN WAJiT AD KATES One. cent a woru nrst insertion halt cent a xvora sach consecutive Insertion. No adver tisement taken for lesa than 20 cts. Cash must always accompany the or der. ANTKI) -Good clean cotton rag's -ftt Bulletin otlice. Will pav 2c per pound. Strings small scraps and .sox not wanted. LOST One white Bird dor a few yellow spots slender and ley about 14 months old. ir 3 inches tail off. If your neighbor ha-him phone 120 and get reward. ' N dtf LOST One old parasol handle.en- trraved C. LiOxvNPhone 120 and oblidce Cecelia Low. dtf WANTED Young man to help mi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 26 May 1908

Our policies cover loss against 'cyclones windstorms and tor- nados. They are so cheap you would think you found it. E. B. HENLEY & CO Read the accounts of the dis- istrous cyclones all over the ountrv. Then take a cvclone sJSblfcy. E. B. HENLEY & CO. SROWNWOOD TEXAS TUESDAY MAY 26 1908. NO. 189 Vol 8 DAILY BULLETIN. i Rankin Sheet Metal Works Hioh Grade Plumbing Sheet Metal W Tin Work MEETSTRAGICDEATH lOTHO S. ELLIOTT AM) 1IOKSK GO 1 OVKH K.HHASlOrKNT. 1 m The Gilliam Store Men's erood. fitting: trousers for summer wearroomey easy fitting and made of the best ma terials in the shaMes of Tans Greys $6.50. and Eieph anc $ 1.00 to Gill Bros 5 x x x m x m m x LIVES LOST IX 1V-ITE1S THAT III SUES 1MKW N 0 FORT WORTH AM) DALLAS. MANY others Were tarried into the Hood but were attrv:iid rescued or swam ashore. Tin' Hood iiad reached the fifty-foot stage at tin moment the trestle twork collapsed. Eight men were carrying n rowboat across the. bridge. Seven other men. were on the tre...

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