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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 7 February 1907

lO rar Reduction Sale. Bargains Ior You. During the next 10 days we will make extraordinary reductions in everythiny in the line of Men's Furnishings. This is a bonafide reduction sale and it will pay you to call and investigate. 1 Spongenberg GENT'S FURNISHER. JUNCTION AFTER ORIENT. Engineer of S til well Enterprise Going Over Line to Connect With Sap at Kerrville. Junction Tex. Feb. 5. W. W. Oolpitts assistant chief en- gineer of the Kansas City Mexi- co & - Orient Railway who is on a reconnaissance survey of the Orient line from San Ange- lo to Kerrville arrived at this place and was met by several of our leading- citizens and business men Friday night. ; E. Holekamp president of the . Kimble county state bank and also secretary of the railway committee of this place spent yesterday showing him over the t surrounding country of the town. ! Mr. Colpitts was surprised to find the country in such good condition and predicted a fu- ture for it should the railroad build through th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 7 February 1907

iZ2 The Neatest Thing About Dress is a Nobby Tit. ALCO CLOTHING is all Hand Tailored and nothing but the very best material used. We are making Special Prices on a line of Medium Weighty Three Piece Suits Just the thing for early Spring wear. Remember that tt means a saving of at least J HI 1 - m for you to buy an overcoat now. We are showing the handsomest-line of top Coats ever brought to Brownwood. Looney Mercantile Go. OJV PUBLIC SQUARE. The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors. Entered at the Brownwood Postoffice as Second-Class Mail Matter. Subscription Per Month. .50c WILL H. MAYES Managing Editor. H. P. MAYES Business Manager. C. A. TUNXELL City Editor A H. CHAPIN. Advertising Mgr. E. E. .KIRKPA TRICK E. C. SEITZ Daily Circulator. Associate Editor. W. R. DULA Ifereman Mech. Dept: PERSISTENCY REQUIRED. It takes more persistent effort to make atown what it should be than to accomplish almost anything else. A man will ordinarily look pretty well after his own busin...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 7 February 1907

I t " i i 4 1; 1: J Loans '. . .4 Advances on Cotton . United States 3onds at par ... Banking House Furniture and Fiztutes.. Other Real iiKtate Redemption Fund with TJ. S. Treasurer. Cash on hand and with other Banks We call your attention to the above statement made under oath to the Government. We feci sure that you will find it one of the strongest comparatively speaking you have ever inspected. We have no Bills Payable or Borrowed Money. We today stand among the safest banking institutions in the state. - Come and see us for we are able to handle your account be it small or large. WE KNOW YOUR WANTS AND WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS. T. C. YANTIS President. OIL BURNS Makes an Ugly Blaze and Sends Forth Black Smoke. BURNING GRASS THE CAUSE Workmen Use Novel Means With Which to Extinguish the Threatening Fire. . Quite a scare was occasioned is afternoon at 4 o'clock when dense columns of black smoke was seen issuing from near the big oil tarilfrat the limits of the Santa Fe yards. Section...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 7 February 1907

' BaKlaua'ai lilsturlc Miner. John Camdea Neilu vrhoie'maguii. erit bequest to Queen Victoria sun- Vied the funds out of which the prince consort bnlit the present Balmoral .castle deserves i place among tin- great misers and w jis remarkable . man as any of than. He was educaf eu at liton and Trinity onlie'gc. Cm.: bridge and was a barrister at Lin- coln's Inn. At the age of thirty-fou. his fathers drain placed him Hi po session of u fortune of 250000. and from that moment he be.came a cou- nned miser. Neild lived at 5 Cheyne valk Chelsea. Ilis big house was so meanly furnished that It did not even boast of a bed. Two old women who did his chores and a black cat were iis solo companions. When he vLsiteii iis large estates in the Midlands "which he did frequently he generally walked unless he could get a lift for nothing and he was not even above - taking a irratuitous seat on a dung cart. Soriretimes be was compelled by the weather to take a seat on the Btafrecoaeh. and there he wo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 7 February 1907

.1 1 - i ..:r-f . x '5 I: 1 B We Do It Promptly it r ARE YOU an advertiser in the Daily Bulletin? if not why? Isn't it a fact that the men and merchants who form the bone and sinew of Brownwood owe their success largely to printers ink? NAnd isn't it a fact also that the great majority of them are tegular pWons of the Bulletin to the exclusion of any other paper? Is your judgment better than all these men combined? Why is the Bulletin tnt one advertising medium with which to reach the city trade? Because it gives a service nothing else can. Because it goes regularly into the majority of the homes of Brown- wood. Because it has a bona fide circulation! Because it is a per- manent institution evidenced by seven years of continued and in- creasing growth THE ADVERTISING MEDIUM OF BROWNWOOD IS The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY PROPRIETORS. NOW just a short talk to the man who is not af subscriber to the Bulletin and who may chance to read this. The Bulletin is a Brownwood instit...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 7 February 1907

m m w H C. A -7 5- n -: -. - 4 .i :- -"" -J-. f 'V CITY ANNOUNCEMENTS. Ior Marshal: GEO. W. WILLSON (Re-election) W. T. HOSKINSON. 'For Tax Assessor and Collector: clyde Mcintosh. (Re-election.) For CitjJAttornev. E. J. MILLER. WILL J. SCOTT re-eloctiQ. Tor City Recorder. R. H. FOSTER. For City Tre surer LOUIS E. WALKER (Re-election) Sheriff Emison is in Dallas to- day on cffioial business. W. A. Butler is confined to his ted with a severe case of grippe. Chas. W. Bouman of Perry & Co. is at Brady today on busi- ness. Attend Theodoric Societys open session Howard Payne chapel Saturday 8:30. p. m. G. A. Norwood has returned from B Hineer and will again make Brownwood his home. The Backet store is selling goods about right ti?qy will ap- preciate your trade. dlOO M tp. J. H. Grove will be hostess 'ot Friday Afternoon to the Thirtieth Century and Shakea- ;peare clubs. Mies Elizabeth Holloway who has been the guest of the Misseb Dobbs for sojie time left this morning for her home at...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 11 February 1907

t t PUBLIC STORAGE WAREHOUSE. E. B. Henley & Co. Phone 2. DAILY BULLETIN. Drink SECURITY BRAND JAVA a.nd MOCHA COFFEFt Packed br IMPORTERS COFFEE CO. New Orleans CHAS. GIDDEH8 Exclusive Local Axat 4r sr VOL. 7. BROWNWOOD. TEXAS. MONDAY. FEB. U 1907. NO. J01 n Land Deal Closed. A deal was olosed last week by Perry & Company whereby Dick Stone purohased 360 acres of Bayou valley land from Will Bell D. S. Camp and Arthur Bell. The prioe was $20 per acre. All the land is tillable. GOODS WERE STOLEN T. S. Euper Says Number of Ar- tides are Missing. Steve Horn father of Chas. J. Horn is in the city today from Elkhart Texas. PRESCRIPTIONS. When you leave your Pre- scriptions at McMinn's Drug MAN ENTERED HIS ROOM And Took Arm Load of Goods While He Was Away Story of Daylight Burglar Recalled. Some time ago notice of a day- light burglar entering the home of J. W. Spangenberg was pub- lished in these columns but at the time it was thought that there was nothing missing but some fifte...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 11 February 1907

The Daily Bulletin MAYE8 PHINTING CO.. Props. Bstercd at the BrownwoodiPostoffice as Second-Class Mail Matter. WhaH. Mayes Managing Editor n. x. iTlAl.ti3 LlusmtM jitua(;ti. C A. TONNKix City Editor. A. H. Chapin Advertising Mgr. W. R. Dui Foreman Mech. Dept. 8. C. Skitz Daily Circnlntor. Subscription per Month .j. 50c Monday February 11 1907 O00OrOr0OO0-J'OJc:Ct I General News I I The hotel at Whitt was de- stroyed by fire. A. W. Orr was reappointed state nursery inspector. The house spent Saturday dis- cussing the anti-lobby bills. The Indian appropriation bill was passed by the senate. A new game protection law was introduced in the house. The rivers and harbors bill is before the senate committee. Elmer Camper died from car- bohc acid poisoning at knnis. William Smith was badly hurt . I by a dynamite blast at Decatur. Another bill to suppress buck et shops saw light in the house. The Mississippi is cutting awav the levee bank at Natchez itov ho mrpo hunk' 5i r ivflrehp? Ernest V...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 11 February 1907

THE BARGAIN TUESDAY MONDAY Tho nrirr minted hfre couofed with the reliable character of the articles mentioned should make some lively selling here Monday and Tuesday Look over the list carefully. There are many other items on sale for these two days which we have not room in this space to mention 1 nese are merely a demonstration 01 tne many oargams mar. await you umc. ST 2 -3 New Side and Back Combs P:etty lines of new Side Combs just received at pair 10c 15c O C and. . Comb Sets 2 Side Coinbs and Back Comb to match they would be Q C cheap at 35c selling here theset w L Back Combs plain and with metal ornaments at $1.50 Sl25 QC 50c 35c and Bargains in Notion Department For Monday and Tuesday Sansilk all colors the spool 4c Good quality Brass Ping paper Good quality Needles paper 4"C M Darninir Cotton all colors snool Hooks and Eyes Card Extra Large box Wire Hair Pins Knitting Cotton per ball 5 C Embroidery Silk skein Ladies Belts white black each! Ladies Turnover Embroidery C Coll...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 11 February 1907

I A Satisfied Customer t thereby The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors. Entered at the Brownwood Postoffice as Second-Class Mail Matter. 50c Subscription Per Month. ' WILL H. MAYES. H. F. MAYES Business Manager. E. C SEITZ Daily Circulator. W. R. DTJLA Foreman Mech. Dept. E. E. Anthony is taking hold of the Comanche Chief in a way to make a great success of it as a newspaper. He works just like an old hand at the business and the paper will no doubt pros- per under his management as it will deserve. ' There are some people who are delaying the preparation of their corn land this season until they learn the result of the Bail- ey investigation thinking the country will fail to produce crops if it does not end according to their way of thinking. That new compress means much more for Brownwood than most people imagine. It is an enterprise that has been needed for many years and that really should have been built long ago. Brownwood needs a few more things like this to m...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 11 February 1907

ejBBBjBBBLeiepBjUij Would Rather Please You Than Make Money $1 Officers and Directors: T. C. YANTIS President J. C. WEAKLEY 1st Vice Pres. J. A. WALKER 2nd Vice Pres. MILLARD ROMINES Cashier WM. B. CROSS Asst. Cashier G. N. HARRISON H. T. WILLIAMS. For it is certain that we cannot make money unless we do. It is our aim to please our customers for a satisfied customer is the best evidence that we are giving good service. We have everything necessary in a well regulated bank for its trans action and with ample capital and a large surplus we feel that you cannot do better ; than cast your account with us. We do not care how exacting you are or how many questions you ask for we want the business of those who expect and demand good and prompt service and attention to their wants. We are large enough to ac commodate you; small enough to appreciate you. We ask an interview with those who want the services of a well regulated bank. We know your wants and we want your business. THE BROWHWOOD...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 11 February 1907

1 Salef I I spangenberg 10 1 During the next 10 days we will make extraordinary reductions in everythiny in the line of 'Men 's Furnishings. This is a bonafide reduction sale and it will. pay you GENT S FURNISHER. to call and investigate. I A - TELL THE PEOPLE All about your goods and? your prices. Honest advertising back- ed vith ood value is a dual combination tbat will snatch victory from defeat in the face of mam overwhelming conditions. This is the fir-t step; the sec- ond 15 Uketintit in importance the medium. We know the Halle- tin is a piling investment for the judicious advertiser because it has time and time again pulled results for its advertiser. The reason is simple It gets there gets before the people who make vour business people who look for and read store news. PHONE 22 For The Bulletin Ad Man. E The Bulletin Brings Adver- tisers returns. The Boy and His Mother. The boy who loves his mother and is ever solicitous of her wel- fare will make a real man that fhe world ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 11 February 1907

I .- F - w ?4 A' li I t E-it I !4 -. W Do It Promptly 3 -4 ARE YOU an advertiser in the Daily Bulletin? If not why? Isn't it a fact that the men and merchants who form the bone and sinew of Brownwood owe their success largely to printers ink? And isn't it a fact also that the great majority of them are tegular patrons of the Bulletin to the exclusion of any other paper? Is your judgment better than all these men combined? Why is the Bulletin the one advertising medium with which to reach the city trade? Because it ygives a service nothing else can. Because it goes regularly into the majority of the homes of Brown- wood. Because it has a bona fide circulation! Because it is a per- manent institution evidenced by seven years of continued and in- creasing growth ;.r -.'if . r--. :-K'-4 THE ADVERTISING MEDIUM OF BROWNWOOD IS The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY?; PROPRIETORS. Sample Copies. Each Saturday we send out a great number of extra Bulletins as sample copies; If you get one...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 11 February 1907

A Big Shipment of Dougla? If Your Hat is a John B. Stetson Shoes It is a Good Hat. "0i TW; L DOUGLAS ;t it BOOTEE. M CITY ANNOUNCEMENTS. For Marshal: GEO. W. WILLSON (Re-election) W. T. HOSKINSON. For Tax Asse.-Bor and Collector: CLYDE McINTOSH. (Ke-election.) Ior City Attorney. E.J.MILLER. i WILL J. SCOTT re-elcctioQ. For City Recorder. R. H. FOSTER. For City Ties surer LuUIS E. WALKER ( Reelection) PERSONAL. Prank Bingham of Temple was in town Sunday visiting friends. Jim Sigman of Brady is in the city today shaking hands with old friends. Barry ."ppei returned to Gold- thwaite this morning after a few da e visit to homefolKa here. . J. woods oi raay is m tne mty today on his way home fromj a Dusmess trip iu ou uuia. 0. L. Cross went to Mullen this morning on bueineaa oonneoted with the Masonic lodge. He. will remain a eek. Mrs. Lillie Glover ia in the oity Jrom Brady the guest of her mother Mrs. E. D. Hurlbut. Mrs. Glover plans to spend some time in Brownwood. Ohas. Connell retur...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 12 February 1907

--JV... -U - ' 1 'V ' ' Z -i-r &B.UBLIC STORAGE "WAREHOUSE E. B. Henley & Co. " Phone 2. DAILY BULLETIN. Drink secvr.it Y BrLAND JAVA andMOCHA COFFEE Packed by IMPORTERS COFFEE CO.. New Orleans. CHAS G1DDEMS. Exclusive Local Agent VOL. 7. BROWNWOOD. TEXAS. TUESDAY FEB. 12 1907. NO. 102 M n Mi G. Hoflnete a prominent life insurance man of Austin is in the oity today. Hodnette says the growth of Brownwood in the last three years since he was here last is simply wonderful. Mr. Hodnette still feels that Brownwood is his home though his business causes him to live elsewhere. RECEIVES TELEGRAM Agent of the Express Company Notified of New Law. NO MORE C. 0. 0. WHISKEY PRESCRIPTIONS. When you leave your Pre- Will Be Delivered From the Express ! Office According to the Bill Which I the Governor Signed Today. i The local agent of. the Wells Fargo Express Company received a telegram at 3 o'clock this afternoon from the sunerintend- scriptions at McMinn s Drug ent 0f the company instruc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 12 February 1907

The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING CO. Props. Entered at the BrownwoodJPostoffice ae Second-Class Mail Matter. Wna H. Mayes Managing Editor H. F. Mayes Business Mauajrer. C. A. Tunnell. Citv Editor. A. H. Chapin Advertising Mgr. W. R. DuiA. Foreman Mech. Dept. 5. C. Skitz Daily Circulator. Subscription per Month oOc Tuesday February 12 1907 oooooocfrooa-ro I General News I S 5 9 ooooooooooo-j-o Iron and steel exports show an -increase of $30000000 for the year. Colonel H. P. Farrow a man of a stirring record died in At- lanta. President Orr has announced his early retirement from the New York Life. The New York comptroller has 'discovered some very lax meth- ods in his department Mrs. Agnes Barnes died at Marlin as a result of her cloth- ing catching fire. Some important changes are announced in the work of the postoffice department. Germany and Hayti are trying to mix it over the cancellation of some contracts. T. W. Woodward was shot through the neck while sitting in his home at Na...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 12 February 1907

K SpangcnDerg lO ikyr& i Bargains For You. During the next 10 days we will make extraordinary reductions in everythiny in the line of Men's Furnishings. This is a bonafide reduction sale and it will pay you to call and investigate. GENT'S FURNISHER. SAVE THE TURKEYS. Their Production Ha Fallen Off From 75 to 100 Per Cent. Thirty-five cents a pound for Thanksgiving turkey! That is the price that many persons paid last year. The scarcity of turkeys during recent years has placed them among the luxuries in many parts of the country where once they were a common article of diet. Several causes have con- tributed. Population has increased fast- er than the production of tur- XMXMMMHHKMMMMMMMMftMM TODAY We received a large line of full length Spring and Summer Clothing patterns. We are practical Tailors and know how to draft your measure. We take measurements for- the best Tailor- ing establishment in the world D'Ancona & Co.. Chicago 111. A trial 'will convince you. M m x m m m A...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 12 February 1907

N 'ft. III V 4 The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors. Entered at the Brownwood Postoffice as Second -Class Mail Matter Subscription Per Month. WILL. H. MAYES Managing Editor. H. F. MAYES Business Manager. C. A. TUKNELL City Editor A H. CHAPIN Advertising Mgr. K. E. KIRKPrvTRICKf ; E..C. SEITZ Daily Circulator. Associate Editou W. R. DULA Foreman Mech. Dept. . ' LOBBYING WITH THE LAW MAKERS. The anti-lobbying bill should be passed. The Texas legisla- ture can hardly work effectively on account of the influence of the lobbyist The announcement was boldly made from New Orleans that $50000 would belspent to prevent the passage of the bucket shop bill and the manner in which it is now being fought indicates that tne report was correct Nothing is being left un- done to oppose it for the gambling business is one that' fights desperately for its life. It is too rich a thing to be turned loose without an effort. Stockmen have been complaining of the ex- tortionate demands for...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 12 February 1907

We Would Rather Please You Than Make BANK OF ENGLAND NOTES. The Enormous Output and the Safe- guards Against Forgery. The Bank of England refuses to use color for its notes on account of the fact that the authorities be- lieve that its whiteness and appar- ent simplicity are the greatest safe- guards against forgery. The white- ness of a Bank of England note is different to that of any other pa- per and is obtained by using only the very finest linen rags in the making. ' At iaverstoke a; little village m Hampshire the paper is prepared and at the mill there every blank is as zealously guarded as if it were already engraved. Every workman or workwoman employed at the mill is bound to secrecy and the secrets of the mysterious water mark and texture of the paper are known only by the most tried and trusted of tin workmen. It is not generally known that ev- ery bank note bears a private water mark which is constantly being changed in a way known only to the head officials and which is ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 12 February 1907

.a PROFESSOR OSLER ON DIET. "Comparing the 'human body and the steam engine irut lecture at the Workingmen's college lrofissnr Osier said one chflVrenlialing fea- ture was that while lhr engine had only one furnace ami a large mi the human body consisted of myr iads of little furnace thai is cell ' Milk was the original food of man. It contained the four tilings thai were necess.ir food fat curd sugar and sail all dissolved in wh tor. Dr. Weir Mitchell once shou ed him a rohust looking patient and he remarked "He looks afi if he had been living on the fat of the land.' '"No" replied Dr. Mitchell; "on Hu fat of the cow." That patient had "a live years' milk diet except on Sundays -when his wife insisted on rice pudding. If vegetarians would .eat their vegetables and say leV about.it thev would do well. Matty vegetarians were not as robust men- tally as physically. Alcohol was quite unnecessary. If all the beer and spirits could In dumped into the Irish channel Un- English channel and...

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