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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 16 April 1904

BAILY BULLETIN. f VOL. 4. RROWNWOOD TEXS.'' SATURDAY APRIL 16. 1904. NO. 1.56 ijj z m ...t... if it Ml ii 11 The Biggest BEST I i 1 OT OF SHOES IN THE CITY is at Brin's Wc sell Shoes under an absolute guarantee that if they rip break give way or in any way show faulty material or workmanship we will replace with a new pair free of charge. The manufacturers authorize us to make this guaran- tee. Brin will sell you a Shoe that for the price has no equal: it is a handsome Shoe well made. a fitter stylish and comfortable. Brin has them in plain or fancy toes any last any leather any style. You can get Shoes at any other store in Brownwoocf but you can't get any as good as the kind Brin sells. j j & ' & & OURS IOR SHOES SAM BRIN 4 OD H JbO ONE-PRICE MAN. am I I S iV 11 r . ; R.ecpid Rise FOR in 111! It Will To Buy for The Following Reasons J 1st. There's pleasure in the possession. 2nd. There's the ad- vantage of appear- ing prosperous 3rd. It helps a man's business and credi...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 16 April 1904

IK f i ( Sweet Little Imp. The othor day at a rural railway Station a colored mother. whp was -waiting for her child exclaimed as the youngster was handed to her frdjni the train: ! . ' "Lawd ' bless his honey-fJwea.ness! Ain't he de blackest swpetestt little Satan dat ever you did see?" Atlanta Constitution.. SET HER M1 Carrye Moore She cals him ... . .. A . . Aliss Cutting Hint No; lint she I Emotion at the Matinee. 'Lots of people cried' sni4 th ten- tlmectal boarder at the dining able discussing the matinee with Iter next- S&afr neighbor. "Why there wai one young girl that nt is the next row to ms that crietl half the tdaie." . - Humph!" said .the grouchy auin from his seat further down the MM "at a matinee I went to the othej ay "thore was a baby right inf the pest i-t to me that crietii the thwi : He Was Fishing.- ' I hear that Jimkins is getjtae MS line In the city.snid BlobtSaJ "I suppose he is. mnyljet hm 'I mrev thought he would" commewterf fslv- erly. f; "His father l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 19 April 1904

TO AILY BULLETIN. V jhgg- 4. - KROWNyXjQD TEXAS; TUESDAY APjttL ljgQ4. . ' 4 JVi;?t !! t !!! t t !!!!! M! t t tt ! t tt t t ! S !!! t 1 ! t t !!!!! t J ! t t ! t t t ! t I !! t t ! t !!!!!!.! S ! I t !! M ! t.t J ! ? t ! t ! ! t t t t t IJ t t ? t ! J ! I! ! J ' Ittt'tittlijS's' 55 5 ! H ? ? ! ! f Afifc - 11 . I There Will $ 1 BRIN ' s 1 ' 1 1 i L - . St 1: T r;; . . - -I ' bis VftM I - - Thursday April 21st I To do this at -the least expense and to be sure of getting the greatest values for your mone go right to Brin's. Don't wait until the last minute but be ready for Thurs- f .day's PicnicsGet a new Hat; nobby spring picnic style a new spring Shirt Necktie suit ofClothes pair of Ox- ford Shoes a full spring outfit of good looking good wearing Clothing and be fixed for feeling respectable . THE ONEvPRIGE MAIN. mm $k L: I : : : : : I t i ( J i i t 1 ! i 1 i i i W M i i W t t i i i i t i i U i 1 i i i t i i 1 1 . I t I i i Mrmm . i. a a M f i. 6 OOOQOOOOOtKWOOOOOOOOOOOOO STORE CLOSE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 19 April 1904

WOT 5" XBW STOCK OPT SHIRTS Announce- the Arrival Today of a. ft. . S.. " m 'it I Latge Shipment of COLORED AND WHITE SHIJRTS - . ' ' "- . in all the latest midsummer patterns and designs something made up - after this season's styles were put out and not the products oi last year. . They are in WHITE SOLID COLORS FIGURED and STRIPED' ; .4 4;-'.' effects. These Shirts;fif they are made just right cut full feel com- vlr V V?: fortable are of the best materials and don't cost mucn. Prices 50c to r r 3;t : . $ J. 50 -Of course you are after the best and the latest. We make it a IV point to have these and that is just what we jsfeow you in this shipment U t of Shirts. Call and ee about it. ROGERS DRY GOODS CO. CLOTHIERS TO THE PUBLIC. S I N "' :: f;:s i II ' ::: LB THE DAILY BULLETIN. MAYES PRINTING CO. Proprietors. Entered at the Brownwood Postoffice as second class feiail matter. 5 WILL H. MAYES. Editor. CYRUS A. TUNIL HERVEY F. MAYES MANAGE. THOS. A. DUDGEON Circulation Manager. City...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 19 April 1904

75 IN m 1 Sale at Mistrat Brothers & Cos' Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday Bargains. You are losing money if you do not take advantage of this sale We. placed on sale commencing Tuesday continuing Wednesday and Thursday big shipment of Men's and Boys' Hats. Felt Hats Straw Hats new nobby shapesr J3ee show window display All this season's leading styles. X Xy X X' X X X X X HATS. 25 dozen Men's Hats Crushers and Tuxido shapes $1.50 grade on QO- sale at . uO' 20 dozen Men's Nobby Hats In Fur Soft. Stiff Black and colors I Q $2.50 Hats on sale P 1 'TO. 20 dozen' Men's Imported Panama lightweight retail value 51.00 CO on sale C 10 dozen Men's Black Stiff Hats fcunlap Black $2.60 Hats -on j jg 106 doren Men's and Boys' Straw Hats all dress shapes retail price 50c and $1.00 each on sale at 25c "7 C- 38c 48c and.... wC 5O dozen Gents fine Manilla Straw double faced $150 Hats on. s16 10 doien iianilla Straw Hats new shapes $2.30 -grade on sale J The greatest line of He&dwesr -for Men ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 19 April 1904

Wt f m m .: ;a v ... jt s.4 - btut the Best Line of Low Quarter Shoes for men in- the country is here a great variety of styles and leathers tans patent kids patent colts plain kids and enameled leathers at S3.50 and S4.00. - .Ve want you to look at them once. HOWARD GL GILLIAM BROS. We sell goods worth the money MOWNW00D LODGE. DIPCTORI. "Notices under this heading will be' published at $io per year. Orders car- 'ryirig these standing notices" -will not be fdiargedfor notices of extra and called tmeetings. -Others will'be charged regn- iar advertising rates. iv. o. w. Fecan Valley Camp No. 45 meets juiToruiLd.uee toaii tnejnrst and third ifcaursoay nights in each month. Geo. Walters Coun.Com. . A. E. Wiwon Clerk. ;Goart Directory 3 Jodiaalllisic Judg:e John W. Goodwin. Attorney J. H. Baker. - Ulerk Jack HaU. County officers: County Judge S. C. Coffee. County AttorneyW. U. Early. County Qerk W. D: McChristy Sheriff M. H. Denman. Tax Collector Will A. Bell. Tax Assessor George Kidd. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 20 April 1904

V 3T ML - V 1 . tWmmW DAILY JL J JUJLrllr 1 1 J -i ; tfc. Tfc E) ! ri RROWNWOOD TEXAS' WEDNESDAY APRIL 20. 1904. ; 7 1 1 7 ; ; ; ; ; ;;;;;; 7 ;;;;:!; . .... r t ? - i i!!!!!!ri:J!!!!!:!!!:!t!i!!!:i:!!:!i?!!!!!!-J:!ir!!!!!:!M!!!:t!!:J!!!!!!!':;'r; ?!! .?! !!!!!!! t ! t !!! J ! V !!! S H !! f !!!!! J ' I n !! P ! t' 1 ! ?aiT ' - - i ' - ' . . K- .T4j lax CLO 3 MORROW. But will open bright and. early Friday morning ready for the trade that comes our way There's ho denying the fact that we Ve got the goods and ; the prices) and that we are able to give our. customers more satisfactory service than the ma- jority of Dry Goods merchants f GIVE .US a Share of your TRADE and let us SHOW YOU what a SAVING WeCan MAKE for YOU. a. a- a a V i SAM BRIN'S ONE-PRICE STORE. "mm af) . -a aa M 1 a M a Via jiVtii 0&OOOOIK0000(00000K000 STORE CLOSED!!! On Thursday the 21st ouj store .will be closed. . We have a few elegant pieces of Hand Painted China left. Nothing more appropriate for Wedding Prese...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 20 April 1904

THE DAILY MAYES PRINTING CO. Proprietors. BULLETIN I&itered at the Brownwood Postoffice as second clEfss hoail maCter. WJXI H. MAYES Editor. CYRUS A. TUNNELL- City Editor HERVEY F. MAYES MANAGER. THOS. A. DtJDGEON Circulation. -Manager . 5 - if- n THE AMERICAN PREFERS PRIZE FIGHTS TO AT By AD ELI N A PATTI & & & 4 pjtiitJ.UA is indeed a strange place ana Americans are strange people. "Once I thought the country was the place for art "but I see now that ASTISTS JjpiQTJLD 2vEYEK GO THERE. The continent is so different There art is understood by all and art is at home. Here art Inioclcs at -the door like a . stranger and the public rebuffs it like a beggar. - . Americans like prize fights and such things. They will spend their money to see brutality but WHENT ART IS THE THING 'the "purse strings are pulled. In Philadelphia a- prize fight brought out the entire populace while my engagement was canceleTi. Once I x thought the day 'would never come when the Americans would...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 20 April 1904

' - f.( 1 i ! -S-. V " J. J . Aj5 I - . : t 1 Sale at Mistrot Brothers & Cos7 CONTINUED THROUGH FRIDAY THE 22nd. You are losing money if you do not takeadvantage of this sale. We placed on sale commencing Tuesday continuing through Friday big shipment of Men's and Boys' Hats Felt Hats- Straw Hats new nobby shapes. See show window dispfay All this season's leading styles. - JSC JSC X ' X X X JSC JSC JSC AT ONB-THIRD OFF REGULAR KJTAIX PRICJE). 1 HATS. 25 dozen Men's Hats Crushers and Tuxido shapes $1.50 grade on QQn sale at UOC 20 dozen Men's Nobby Hats in Fur Soft Stiff Black and colors I A Q $2.50 Hats on sale- P .T"0 20 dozen Men's Imported Panama light tveight retail value S1.00 GO. on sale UOC 10 dozen Men's Black Stiff Hats Dunlap Black $2.50 Hats on jjj 106 dozen Men's and Boys? Straw Hats all dress shapes retail price 50c and $1.00 each on sale at Soc. yc 38c48cand I OC j0 dozen QenW fine Manilla Straw double fae&3 i.50 Hats on saggc 10 dozen Manilla Straw Hats new sh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 20 April 1904

?- 3t - - r. Nj Nptice to Picnickers. i 1 a . 'lit-- I n mi uur store win. db oiosea 1 nurs- day. Up to 9 o'olook on that day we will have an extra fine assort- ment of cakes ' oream puffs niac- caroons bread etc and win ap-i preoiate your trade SEITZ STEAM BAKERS". SUCCESSFUL OPENING be Closed AH Day Tomorrow. Nest day we will make special prices on "Wash Dres? Goods and . Sunday fixing HHOWARD a GILLIAM BROS. - We seli goods worth the monej'-' : . Free at Giddens. Everybody calling at Giddens' before 8 "o'clock tomorrow morn- I ing -will receive free tin artiole absolutely .indispenaiblej ffor picnic occasions a nne tin qmp Come and got one. Furniture Coffins nncTaskots at W. C. JBowden's. . S v Renfru. Bros flrased With Their Sod; Fount Opening Yesterday. i f season wnentteniro sros iuaiuHed their soda fount and cold drink business they gave a verj uocessful onning day. The result was u flattering that -th event wad iimea)ed this season ' on a muoh larger scale. The time set for ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 22 April 1904

J ' BROWNWOOD TEXAS. FRIDAY APRIL 22. 1904. " NO 160 ' ' I mm- st m hi 11 1 & i i - . --i The Jefferson Shoe as as good as the name. In high and low cut Vici and Box Calf Brin only charges you $2.00 SPECIAL 1 lot cash- mere suits well tailored worth ordinarily i$750 anywhere Brin's special price $5.00 iutn s suits rrom size 15 to 19 nice worsteds and granites sell every- where for $10 Brin only charges. $7.50 In hats we make a lead- er of the famous Henry Roelofs brand in blacks and grays all shapes soft hats sold elsewhere for S6 Sam Brin charges only $4.00 Another leader 5 diff- erent styles in coat and pants crash and home- soun manufactured es- pecially for Sam Brin other houses would want $10 Brin -sells it for - $7.50 8 different styles'in gran- ite worsteds and cash- mere three-pge suits the latest coloring well tailored; they sell every- where for $15 Brin sells it for less $10.00 Now comes' the Eagle shirt with and without collars and cuffs; you can't duplicate this bar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 22 April 1904

B H W m -1 -- ' I -vl I I Villi 1 1 I I IIB.IWII.il. " MAYES PRINTING CO.. Proprietors. . 4 " Entered'at the Brownwood Poatoffice as second class fcnail matter- WILL H. HAYES Editor. HERVEY F. THOS A. DUDGEON Circulation Manager. ; ..... V f GfOOb B6K- if f ifoow . worth'fww. TSaWeVbest way gnerth to be appreoiatefl ana xo jet higher np in the world. Turn every honest penny to the man :jou are arorking-for that yotf can. If ever fall mtd the mistake of ttiinkin ikat o lonf a ybto aarnhe amonnt oi wages stipulated jou are doing all right. Jfyon stsrtin;at two dollar a week and 'lerer do over two dollars worth of wofE far your employer as a atterof course he will potvafcfce opr wages ; Be ortb au yon. i x-u' LCJ.1?J.. ...Lii.-sA i A vnYa fia will T)& VOU io ise man you euo num all he cah. 0oha tlJeiaiS. A looal happeoing taei from &e JD&ily Bulletin Agoing t founds of fhsspnw accredited.io the Gatesville MewMger. Tbm irtiok in question is the giving of aply from a marked e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 22 April 1904

i v XsranrNi 6 Mr. Tab Ware v "Airs. J. rr t . DnKLV f .rr 1188 gone "7s DaJilJS6 Ina camping on Jim Xe Parks -i8eee Xiida Bfflfeiris and r2"8- Carj aykrdsy fishing "W. -faris i 01 Bajo .nil sutri Toff Tificf QT ""t-' Wnrth after & mrvat 'visit as the euest of in. Leona - and Jennie ktkiat Jaanie MoCutoheon NMrs. Walter JDenman Mo- lokin' Stuart Hopper formed jotty party at Pierce's lake fjtetday. - Mrs. William Banyan ..cS&d'llrs. Percy Soott Bees Yaktfs 3finer and .Haters. Arthur Bell I aifl Mrs. ily Mr. and Mrs. ily. Mr. and Mrs.;. family Lama and Williamson. Ben JNorreii " - '-7 " Lee and John Rosebornugh mnai rlnHcrhtfill daV at Uivw "'"CD ' ir'a pasture yesterday Dr. and -Mrs. Johnson and Miss Avlete. Mr..' and Mrs Wolseley Judge and Mrs. Qodn and family spent an enjoyahja i i n r ' yesteraay out on mersayov J LITTLE NONSENSE Magician 8heuld Have Been More .. .. . lJ" L .. Exnlicit as ur" " Signor Zanetti Jhe magician had ALL OVER THf Hb0sE Cheerful Q'eorgfa Xitchen Th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 22 April 1904

. . : : : ies some pi inoBe nice nsu rrom y W ( . - ' I Ingram & JKatlitf . - - ' -"' J " .. -.: ;s z:.. " I Furniture Coffins and Caekets :J 'I - 1-y -ArVi' - -' I atW. 0. Bowden's. ami ' -- ' - ' kit " ' Black Dress Gtpods A wonderful line of lalack dress goods to choose from a selection at from 25c to ; $5.00' and that cannot be surpassed. "We show a voile at50c and one at :$1.00 a yard-v that are extra values. HOWARD (EL GILLIAM BROS We sell goods worth the money fc . - fk "''.'3 "BR0WKW00D Notices under this heading will be pcblished at $io per year. Orders car- rying these Handing notices will not be cnargea xor nonces oijanxa ana caucu meetings. Others -wilx be charged regu- ar advertising rates. w. o. w. Pecan . Valley Camp No. 45 meets in Maccabee Hall the first and third Thursday nights in each month. Geo. Walters Coun.Com. A. E. Wilson Qerk. Court Directory 3stli Judiaal Disinct Judge John W. Goodwin. Attorney J. H. Baker. Clerk Jack Hall. .County officers: County Jud...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 23 April 1904

I PWIII I PW ll I 11 1 - ; ' f. ' . . . "' 1-'-- 1' HE JL . DAILY B ULLETIN in I . VOL. 4. RROWNWOOD TEXAS SAT URDAY APRIL 23. 1904. NO. 161 . i t ? J 5 JSSSSSSSSSSff 7 T ; ; ; ;!;???;?;;?;;;; III? r? ?;;" X jp gJV&i' !Jif!JJ!!!'?J!i!!!!!!!t!!!!!;!!!i!MSj;!!5!JS;s!!S?!!!J!S!!!!!!t!f!!i;tt!!!'IS '! ! ! !.! ! ! J ! ! ! S I ! S ! 5 ti J ! ! ? ! J J J ! J ! .! ?! f-T 5 ?1 ! J t "? ? ySJSSSJSJrrj 9!: ' - - - " " z: ;.tpip m jr WW- I M- I www TKeres Time Enough Yet Some of those who have delayed purchasing their Clothing and Dress Goods for Spring and Summer are saying "there's' time enough yet" "but we ask ''Why JPelay?" Goods certainly will not beany cheaper than n6w and' the ilonger you put it off the less your chance for getting what yqu want. Buy nowf and buy at Brin's the leading Dry Goods establishment of the city The goods and prices will make it to your interest to give Brin your trade SAM BRIN'S ONE-PRICE STORE. J a5SSaS2SSaSaSS22ZS22:2SS"aa 2i A tttlltttttttllllWWmtWWtttttt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 23 April 1904

- t YOU CAN GET WHAT YOU WANT AT Rogers Dry Goods Co. ' - s ' AL 5 t ' P j B5 1 vr i IF IT'S MILLINERY We are not exaggerating when we say that at Rogers you will see a more con- plete assortment later styles prettier hats and at a less price than you can obtain elsewhere. J I BEST PLACE IN TOWN TO -FRADE. . RQQ-JBR8S PRY OXQlC QQ. J f - IjyjlP SJJJ3i e53Q? . r - ' - ' -I... .it.ixi'.iti -'' J - i j i ii i - i mm MM MMM TUB DAILY BULLETIN. MAYES PRINTING CO. Proprietors. Entd at the Brownwood PosiofliGe as second class Jbiail'matter. WI; H MAYES MxfaZi CYRUS A. TUNKJ5M ClTV EDITOR SURVEY if. EAVS Manager. THOS. A. DUDGEON Circulation manager. If 'tT KAjNDOM THOUliMTS. . Nearly all Texas went pionlclng San Jacinto day and.the Lab it seems -io be growing. In this town by previous agreement nearly every store was dosed all day long. There were big pioniOB and little picnics picnics on the Tailroad picnics near town picnics by the creek iDanks picnics on hill-tops pionics of all kinds a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 23 April 1904

t i rT umkmim- Great Sale r At Mistrot Si 1. m. Money Saving Bros Co. 21 . Great Gut Price Inducement for Economical Buyers ?. Car loads of new goods received the past 10 days. Goods bought at force sale by Mistrot Bros. & Co. Entire lot placed on sale during the next 10 days at a great sacrifice. SEEING IS BE LIEVlNG HERE. There is no argument we may put forth as convincing as your own eyes. This will be the greatest inoney saving opportunity ever offered to the" people of Brownwood and sm rounding country. We guarantee you more goods for the money than any other concern in the state 7 We are Loaded From Bottom to Ceiling. Packed with goods just received over $25000 worth of Dry Goods Clothing and Shoes received this past ten days this is part of a big purchase made by Mistrot Bros. & Co Goods bought at great sacrifice over $150000 yorth of goods bought in this deal. $25000 worth of this lot shipped to the Brownwood store alone 2 2C 2C We are in shape with the greatest lot ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 23 April 1904

V k S - h 1 1 - . ; - Hanah's New Styles in low quarter Shoes the handsomest yet without an equal is the". . Hanari . line tans patents plain kids one price one quality $5.00 HOWARD (& Y We sellgoods BH0WNW0.0D LODGE CI0RY. Polices under this heading will he published at $10 per year. Orders car- rying these standing notices 'will not "be charged for notices of extra and called meetings. Others will be charged regu- ar advertising rates. -k w. o. w. f Pecan Valley Camp No.' 45 meets inMaccabee Hall the first and third Thursday nights in each month. Geo. Walters Coun.Com. A. E. Wilson Clerk. v Conn Directory 3stli Judicial District 3udge John W. Goodwin. Attorney J. H. Baker. t Clerk Jack Hall. County officers: Cojinty Judge S. CL Coffee. Coanty Attorney W. U. Early. County Clerk W. D. McChristy Sheriff M. H. Denman. Tax Collector Will A. Bell. Tax Assessor George Kidd. Treasurer W. N. Adams. Surveyor Hal Hardeman. Constable J. S. Combs. Precinct officers: t -4 Justice Precinct 1...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 25 April 1904

3ss RROWWCM3D TEXAS MOjMV Ap:$L 25 I9'04. NO. 162 nautili M l 7 -ij'jt iidro.Wi' i-imWi. n- i ? 'm" ..ni ii5gW.iiwrii Mm mfi'wiiu mmi bulletin: . 2 A Dress 4 fcaa - SAM BRIN'S a2 SSSSSSSaSSaaaaSSSaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa"a5-SSSSSlSSS22SaSSaa aLL?Bak OOOOOOJWOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Hi or p u you will need an um- brella and you had btiter get a good one. "We guarantee the silk against splitting for two years. We hare the handles in gold silyer or pearl. There is nothing. nicer or more appropriate for birthday gifts. Armstrong Jewelry Co. ooooooooooooq xoooooooook Representative J. W. Davis of Blanket passed through the oity last night' enroute home from Houston to - whioh place he ac- companied his wife. Mrs. Davis plans to spend several weeks in Houston as the guests of relatives. Kodol Digests What You Eat. SSS Purifies Your Blood. . f' For Sale T)y Jno Bt Robinson The Prescription Drnggist I I ( We have a swell "Soda Fount" g coming; watch for our announce- My Notion I have a Notion Counter at m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 25 April 1904

THE DAILY BULLETIN. MAYES PRINTING CO. Proprietors. Eafrered at the Brownwood Poetofffce as second class taall matter. WILL H. HAYES Editor. CYRUS A. TUNNELL City Editor HERVEY F. MAYES MANAGER. - THOS. A. DUDGEON Circulation Manager. ALL OVER THE HOUSE. How to Make Convenient and Attrac- tive Washstanrfi In this day of hygienic care when many housewives refuse .to harbor stationary or closed washstands it often becomes necessary to provide something to take their place. Beady made stands are to be bought by the score but a most satisfactory one can be utilized at home by two boards and four iron brackets. The boards should be of " smooth pine wood nd cut .the necessary size to make generous shelves. The upper one should have in the center a cir- cular opening large enough to 'con- tain the washbowl. Both Bhelves should be painted with white enam el two eood coats and when thor oughly dry screwed to the brackets which are screwed to the wall. These shelves are placed at a com fortab...

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