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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 26 May 1908

V7 INDEPENDENCE Capital and Surplus $200000.00. My son unless you learn to save you must make up yow mind that ;r you will work the balance of your life for someone else fsave is c " to be free and independent. $1.00 will start an account with us. Save your spare change and the dollars will take care j bf themselvbs The-Brownwood National Hank. T. C. TASTIS President J. C. WEAKLEY First Tice President J. A. WALKER Second Vice President MILLARD HOMINES CnsLIer WM. B. CROSS Assistant Cashier A. P. FORD Assistant Cashier. The Daily Bulletin HAYES PRISTIXG CO. Props. WILL II. 3IAYES Managing Editor. C. A. TUNXELL City Editor. E. E. KIRKPATRICK Associate Editor H. F. MATES Business Manager. E. C. SEITZ Daily Circulator. W. R. TULA Foreman 3Tech. Dept. Entered at the Broirnrrood PostofQcc as Second Class . Mail Matter. Snbscription Per Month 50c TUESDAY MAY 26. 190S. Announcements The Bulletin is authorized to an- nounce the following as candidates subject to the action of the Democratic ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 26 May 1908

H1 NOTHING This is what the rich man wants what the poor havcthe miser spends and the spender saves. We do not want any one to be amiser for everyinan owes himself the necessary comforts of life but you don't want to be known asa-rjendthrift Jby your associates. It may sound flattering but the man who has a bank account and savesat last- a part of his earnings stands head and shoulders above the spendthrift in any communitySNYou can save some of your salary if you will and this bank will be vglad to assist you in the undertalting. You can open an account here with NATIONAL J one dollar deposit as otten as you wish any amount youNjke. THE CITIE BANK LI ' Iul.TEn v. UIT7 liTRlflK IS nAMARFn'AHNIf Af nONRFRTi n i i w mm amr !! w - w ....... w . M wviiul i m HtilllLK 11 II (Jill If. I I m m riu.Mw .Miri-.ii. r ut.u i-mmii "'-'"i" omuic Ml HKMS M THE UP-TO-DATE GROCERS. I i THE UP-TO-DATE GROCERS. Ve have secured thewncy for .Ch ae & Sanborn's Coffees and Teas which are the besttht g...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 26 May 1908

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 vou a better as sortment or a iresher stock cigars sen our hen you buy ther no danger of you gi ng old d ried out go moke witli us loieased. RENFRO'S 'In Business for Your Health.' WANT COLUMN WANT AD RATES One cent a word first insertion half cent a worn each consecutive Insertion. No adver- tisement taken for less than 20 cts. .Cash must always accompany the or- der. WANTED -Good clean cotton ratrs at Bulletin oilice. Will pay 2c per pound. Strings small scraps and sox not wanted. LOST One white Bird dog- a feu- yellow spots slander and legy about 14 months old 2 be inches tail off. If your neighbor hsfe him phone 1-0 and jret reward. dtf LOST One old parasol handleen- jrraved C. Low. Phone 120 and oblidge -Cecelia Low. dtf WANTED Young man to help milk and work with stock.- If you want job phone 120 now....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 27 May 1908

Our policies cover loss against cyclones windstorms and tor- nados. They are so cheap yon 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 & CO. SROWNWOOD TEXAS WEDNESDAY MAY 27 1908. VOL. 8 DAILY BULLETIN X Rankin Sheet Metal Works High Grade Plumbing Sheet Metal and Tin Work ! 1 hallimjek hoy MET DEATH IX I HOKMHLE MANNER Tl'ESIhVY k II The Gilliam Store . Men's Underwear good underwear- light or medium weight open stitch cool garments and Porous-knit unuer- wear a dollar a suit uoou oair brig-gan garments heavier in weight than the opea stitch goods a dollar a suit. Balbriggan shirts and drawers at 50c a suit -in two colors blue and natural. Elastic seam Drawers knee lenjfth drawers Crepe underware. Gilliam Bros ALUl MEETING EX-MUIU'YTFSOF I VMEI. IUKKK HELD .H IUI.LE 31 EETIN4. GOOD PROGRAM RENDERED Ajid EnmtHi't Enjojcd in Hie llhi!e ChBpcl lij "Nearl a Hundred oi th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 27 May 1908

? INDEPENDENCE My son unless you learn to save you riiust 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. Save yourgspare change and the dollars will take care of thertiselves. The Browuwood National Bank. Capital and Surplus $200000.00. 0io ers: T. C. TASTIS President J. C. WEAKLEY First Yice President J. A. WALKEE Second Yice President MLLLAI1D HOMINES Cashier WM. 15. CliOSS Assistant Cashier A. P. FOIID Assistant Casliier. ma The Daily Bulletin MAYES PltEXTDtG CO. Props. WELL 11. MAYES Managing Editor. C. A TUNXELL Citj Editor. E. E. KERKPATIilCK Associate Editor H. F. HAYES Business Manager. E. C. SEITZ Daily Circulator. W. E. DDLA Foreman Mecli. Dept. Entered at the Brownwood FostofDce as Second Class Mall Matter. Subscription Per Month 60c WEDNESDAY MAY 27. 190$. Announcements. The Builetin is authorized to an- nounce the following as candidates subject to the action of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 27 May 1908

NOTHING 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 dvery 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 but the man who has a bank account and saves at leat. a part of his earnings stands head and shoulders above the spendthrift in any community. You can save some of your salary if you will and this bank will be glad to assist you iri the undertaking. You can open an account here with one dollar deposit as often as you wish any amount you like. NATIONAL THE? CITIgEiVS XATIOXAT BASK I i if r INTER & KlINITZ THE UP-TO-DATE GROCERS. We have secured the agency for ( base & Sanborn's Coffees and Teas which are the bet that grow because they are grown on Chase-iS: Sanborn's own plantations and under their own su- pervision. Their Teas for ice tea can't be beat. We also have the exclusive agency for the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 27 May 1908

. . lnoo orrain rliMijlliiif.jMwii .- f 5 GOOD CIGARS We want to call your attention to the line of j?ood 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 with us and you'll be pleased. RENFROS 'In Business for Your Health.' WANT COLUMN WANT AD RATES One" cent a -wora nrst insertion nan cent a wora sach consecutive insertion. No adver- tipement taken for less than 20 cts. Cash must always accompany the or- der v WANTED -Good clean cotton rars at Bulletin office. Will pay '2c per pound tjtnng-s. small scraps and sox not wanted. LOST One white Rird Ana-. :i few (yeJiow spots slendeiviind legry -about i4 months old. 2 or 3 inches tail off. If your neighbor hasKun phone 120 and sret reward. dtf FOR SALE-Three acres oil land fine residence lot pianos typewriter -cows gentle horse an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 28 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 Head the accounts of the dis astrous cyclones all over the i: it q ucm ev v rn SROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY MAY 28 J 908. NO. 191 .VOL. 8 DAILY BULLETIN. ( I Rankin Sheet Metal Works High Grade Plumbing Sheet Metal and Tin Work DRILL IS AT WORK STARTED OX TEST WELL LATE YESTERDAY AFTERSOOX. The Gilliam Store Men's Panama hats in all of 'the best shapes light weight nicely bleached made up with good trimmings and all are one solid piece hats a great many Pana- mas are made of two pieces crowns and brims woven sepa- rate and then sewed together. Not so with these hats. We ask $5.00 a piece for the hats and they are worth the money. Also a good line of men's straw hats at from $1.00 to $3.00. Gilliam Bros. MAKING AN EIGHT INCH HOLE With Forty-six Strokes to the Minute t the Drill Has Forced Its Way Domi '27 Feet. J It was announced that the drilling for ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 28 May 1908

2 9 YOUR RANKING ? Capital and Surplus $200000.00. No matter how small no matter how large THE BROWN WOOD NATIONAL BANK will give it careful attention. This message applies to the men and women alike. We trust you may feel disposed to avail yourself of our excellent service. Out of town customers have our special care and attention. The Brown wood National Bank. T. C. YAXTIS President J. C. WEAKLEY First Tice President J. A. WALEEB Second Ylce President MILLAliD EOMIXES CasKIer YTM. B. CKOSS Assistant Cashier A. P. FORI) Assistant Cashier. llS&BSEi m MAYES FBHTIKG CO. Props. WILL II. MAYES Managing Editor. C. A. TDJfKELL City Editor. E. E. KERKPATItl CK Associate Editor H. F. MAYES Business Manager. E." C. SEITZ Daily Circulator. W. B. DULA Foreman Mech. Dept. caucus declaring Bailey's election as. 1 n A 1 ylrr Km .i-.iua.ub. uvimuu ' ?i fiuin!it : "nnmilar vindication. Ll UV IVQVV X' L Entered at the Brownirood Postoffice as Second Class Mall Matter. Subscription Per Month 50c ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 28 May 1908

V 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 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 will . 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. NATIONAL NATIONAL NATIONAI BANK 1 f - FIELD DOT TESTED OIL EXI'EHT SAYS KKOWN WOOD FIELD IS LARGEST IN TEXAS. oTcred more certain proofs before be- ing brought in. He said that he had driven over the country and found oil in many shaljow wells from which wa- ter is used for drinking purposes. Good Words for Chamberlain's Cough Heincdy. People everywhere take pleasure ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 28 May 1908

Toilet Articles. It's no uncommon thing for the ladies to discuss among themselves the different powders they use and the toilet waters so necessary to complete one's toi- let. .Most of the satisfied ones purchase their toilet goods at Renfro's. This fact alone should be a pretty good hint to the ones who are not satisfied with what they are buying and we believe it is for our trade in this line is growing every day new customers are being sup- plied with the best toilet goods money can buy. If we cannot please you we Avould nt least like to have the satisfaction of a trial order. RENFRO'S "In Business for Your Healt'j I WANT COLUMN WAKT 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 must always accompany the or- der. WANTED Good clean cotton rags at Bulletin office. Will pay 2c per pound. Strings small scraps and sox not wanted. ROOMS TO RENT-Tvvo nice large rooms for light housekeeping furn...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 29 May 1908

Our policies cover loss against cyclones windstorms and tor- nado's. They are so cheap yon would think you found it. E.B. HENLEY & CO ead the accounts of the- dis- trous cyclones all over tbe nt.rv. Thpn t.ii a. r.vr. on f tr b uetkii rrvr o. re policy i. u. nciL.t. i . ov. SROWNWOOD TEXAS FRIDAY MAY 29 1908. NO. 192 DAILY BULLETIN. v6L 8 mLmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm InTllininn GIHI1UHHU m Rankin Sheet Metal Works High Grade Plumbing Sheet Metal andTin Work METHODS LOCAL ATAIS SAYS KKOWXW OOI OIL FIELD WILL JK EXPLOITED. ; I I ( 7" " I 1 The GilliaW Store Cool Shirts neat patterns and cViii-fa that will wpai satisfac- OUikVO V w . u toryastoiit lasting colors and priced right $1.00 $2.00. Low collars in the best makes good fitting styles and always all sizes. See us for your shirts and collars. Gilliam Bros. Mil HtPPEKHT BEAUMONT Standard Agents Leased Land and Brought in "Dusters" lloinrht the Land Secretly. ! "1 um not an 'oil export' nor an au- ! thority on oil fields" sai...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 29 May 1908

YOUR BANKING ? Capital and Surplus $200000004 No matter how small no matter how large THE BROWNWOOD NATIONAL BANK will give it careful attention. This message applies to the men and women alike. We trust you may feel disposed to avail yourself of our excellent service. Cut of town customers have our special care and attention. The Brownwood National Bank. Off ic 5 T. C. YAXTIS resident J. C. WEAKLEY First Yice President J. A. WALKEE Second Yice President MILLABO EOillN'ES Cashier WS. B. CBOSS Assistant Cashier A. P. FORD Assistant Cashier. i am The Daily Bulletin HAYES PBIXT1XG CO. Props. WILL II. MAYES Managing Editor. C. A. TUXXELL City EdUor. E.E. KIKKl'ATRICK Associate Editor H. F. MAYES Business Manager. E. C. SEITZ Daily Circulator. W. B. DTJLA Foreman Mech. Dept. Entered at the BroirniTood Postoffice as Second Class Mail Matter. Subscription Per Month 50c FRIDAY. MAY :!. 15HK no fault of their own and tin roads should lie required either to take the passengers through to thei...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 29 May 1908

3 This is what the rich mn -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 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 will 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. NATIONAL E NATIONAL 4 NATIONAL BAKK 9 i CARING FOR WAIF SALVATION ARMY OFFICERS II WE ADDITIONAL RESPONSIBILITY ft TINY WAIF IS AB Mother (Jhes Pretty HIne Eed Darl- ing Into ('are of Army Officers to Find it a Home. Abandoned by its mother a pretty little blue eyed girl is being cared for at the home of Capt. and Mrs. Winfrey of the Salvation Army .until a perma- nent h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 29 May 1908

Toilet Articles. It's no uncommon thing for the ladies to discuss among themselves the different powders they use and the toilet waters so necessary to complete one's toi- let. Most of the satisfied ones purchase their toilet goods at Renfro's. This fact alone should be a pretty good hint to the ones who are not satisfied with what they are buying and we believe it is. for our trade in this line is growing every day new customers are being sup- plied with the best toilet goods money can buy. If we cannot please you we would at least Jike to ha ve the satisfaction of a trial order. RENFRO'S "In Business for Your Healtb.' WANT COLUMN WANT AD RATES One; cent a word first insertion half cent a woru each consecutive Insertion. No adver- tisement taken for less than 20 cts. Cash must always accompany the or- der. WANTED Good clean cotton rags at Bulletin office. Will pay 2c pet- pound. Strings small scraps and sox not wanted. ROOMS TO RENT Two nice large rooms for light housekeeping furni...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 30 May 1908

Our policies t- we cyclones windsw v .. nado's. They are siP."'s'l ead the accounts of the dis--astrdus cyclones all over the country. Then take a cyclone policy. E. B. HENLEY & CO. would tnink you iouna. E.B. HENLEY VOL 8 SROWNWOOD TEXAS SATU3RDAY MAY 30 1908. in NO. 193 Lasted Final Call or M V if- A v DAILY BULLETIN. f A Linoleums and Carpets At Wholesole Cost at the One Price Store Take acfvantage of the low prices now prevailing before it is too late. SAM BRIN Sells for ft I t i i Rankin Sheet Metal Works High Grade Plumbing Sheet Metal and Tin Work SHIPPED 1 HERE AXGELO OFFICEHS BOUGHT 1NVA- LID TICKET TO BKOTCSWOOD WAS IN WRETCHED CONDITION lVIien the 3Tan Arrhed in This City "o Place Could Be Found for Him to Secure Lodeinjr. Thursday afternoon when the east bouii5anta Fe train arrived a for- lorn Jbase-ridden individual stepped from the cars? He was in the last stages of consumption and his deplor- able condition was noticed by several persons waiting at the station. Th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 30 May 1908

4 To fJRjRTT IS 0W3EKS. CHANGING DOINGS Allman Bros. ENS FROM 1 5 .nlOBEBS HI POSTPONED People of Blanket Happy Pros porous and Enjoying Good Health. Prof. Stallings H. C. Maynor J. B Gates and Geo. Kornegay attended the democratic convention at Fort "Worth Monday.. jut. ana Mrs. loung Avers are vis iting relatives in DeLeon this week. Clyde Turney returned from his vis it to Winters Monday night. His fath er Dr. I. H. Turney met him in Brown wood. The childrens exercises that were to .have been given at the Methodist church last Sunday night were post- poned till next Sunday night on ac count of the heavy rains of Saturday night Mrs. Luther Crow of Brownwood came in Sunday morning to visit with her parents a couple of days returning Tuesday night accompanied by Mrs Henry "Wright Rev. "W. A. James and wife who have been spending the winter with friends came in "Wednesday evening for a vis- it With their son "Walter James and family. Rev. F. M. Jackson spent last week in '.Mullen vis...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 30 May 1908

To The Public This will notify the public that I have bought out the interest of Chas. Ratliff in the Ratliff & Smith Meat Market and will after this conduct the business under the name of the CASH MEAT MARKET. I will at all times keep the freshest of meats and will be pleased to serve patrons and friends. Its my plan to give value received for the money spent at my place and I invite the public in general to trade with me. ' Indians Converted. Thirty Indians of the Umatilla tribe were converted to the Christian faith xit the Tutuilla Presbyterian mission southwest of Spokane Washington where Rev. J. M. Cornelison resident missionary has just concluded the most remarkable religious meeting of its kind in the history of the Pacific Northwest The scene on the reser- vation was picturesque and impres- sive especially at night when the moon-beams flooded the tops of the tepees and the mission buildings. Fifty members of the Nez Perce tribe met .with the Umatillas during the ten davs...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 30 May 1908

1 TOUR BACKING ? No matter how small no matter how large THE BROWNWOOD NATIONAL BANK will give it careful attention. This message applies to the men and women alike. We trust you may feel disposed to avail yourself of our excellent service. Out of town customers have our special care and attention. The Brownwood National Bank. Capital and Surplus $200000.00. T. C. YATIS President J. C. WEAKLEY First. Yice President J. A. WALKER Second Yice President MILLARD EOMDfES CasLIer W3f. B. CROSS Assistant Cashier A. P. FORD Assistant Cashier. EM The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRDfTDTG CO. Props. WILL H. MAYES Managing Editor. C. A. TDJTNELL City Editor. E. E. SIRKPATRICK Associate Editor H. F. MAYES Business Manager. E. C. SEFFZ Daily Circulator. W. R DCLA Foreman Mecb. Dept. Entered at the Browmrood Postoffice as Second Class Mail Matter. Snbscrlption Ter Month 50c SATURDAY MAY 30 190S. Announcements. The Bulletin is authorized to an- nounce the following as candidates subject to the action of th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 30 May 1908

This is what the rich man wants what the poor have the miser spends and the spender saves. t': We do not want anyone to be a miser 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 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 will 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. . THE CITIEKS NATIONAL BANK. NATIONAL NATIONAL 7 Notice We have bought the Dupree stock of Drugs and have moved vit next door to ''the American Bank & Trust Co. on Fifck street. We will conduct a xfirst class Drug store in every respect and wiil appreciate a share of your businessAguaranteeing in return prorrtpt service courteous treatment and the highest qualit...

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