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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 12 February 1907

- -- 4.-.: " TT ' ' 1 ; 'r . " i 8 ARE YOU an advertiser in the Daily Bulletin? If jnot 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 alsot that the great majority of them are tegular patrons of the Bulletin to the exclusion of any other paper? Is yopr judgment better than all these men combined? Why -is the Bulletin the 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. eH&x t " a & & & & & - THE ADVERTISING MEDIUM OF BROWNWOOD IS The Daily Bulletin a '';-:''c.:v-.::::-.' mayes printing company proprietors. Sample Copies. Each Saturday we send out a great number of extra Bulletins as sampl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 12 February 1907

Getting Them in napwiY if r : - - CITY ANNOUNCEMENTS. For Marshal: GEO. W. WILL$ON (Re-election) - ... W. T. HOSKINSON. For Tax Assessor ami Collector: CLYDE McINTOSH. (Re-election.) For City Attorney. E.J.MILLER. WILL J. SCOTT ' ' re-election. For Citv Recorder. R. H. FOSTER. :'For City Treasurer LOUIS E. WALKER . (Re-electioD) PERSONAL. Dr. Mayes of Bangs is in the city today on business. Sam Brin has gone to the east- ern markets to buy his spring stock of dry goods. Wilmot T. Smith a prominent banker of Blanket is in town to- ; day on business. - . Paul Willoughby of Brady is spending .the day in Brown wood today on business. Claude Wadsworth and wife left this morning for Dallas where they will make their future home. Mrs. A.. Q Bateman anddaugh- . ter Mies Lucy who have been visiting Mrs. C A. West left this morning for their home at Carle- bad New Mexico. Andrew McGampbell Jr.. United States Revenue agent for the district of Texas and Louisi- ana is in the city today on busi-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 13 February 1907

IT I DAILY BULLETIN 2FUBLIC STORAGE Drink SECVR.ITY BR. AND JAVA a.nd MOCHA COFFEE. Packed by IMPOR.TERS COFFEE CO. New Orleans CHAS G1DDEHS Exclusive Local AKnt E. B. Henley & Co. Phone Z. VOL. 7. BROWNWOOD. TEXAS WEDNESDAY FEB. 13 1907. NO. 103 1 I. Id. . CALLED TO RICHLAND. Dr.. Altisea and Jay Adams Hurry There in Automobile This Afternoon. Dr. Allison was called by phone to Richland Springs this morn- ing to operate in an appendicitis case and to make the trip as quickly as possible he went in an automobile with Jay Adams. To avoid delays they provided an extra tire or two. uouoavu buo uiui!7i XJ.lv ucau struok the hard street and the wheels of the wagon pasBed over his body. He was pioked up in an unconsoious condition and carried to his home. An exami- nation of his injuries showed that a bad wound had been sustained on the srown of his head his right shoulder badly injured and his And Threw Him From Vehicle Inflict- nose broken. The WOUnd On his MAN BADLY INJURED G. W. H...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 13 February 1907

The Daily Bulletin XAYES PRINTING CO. Props. Entered at the BrownwoodiPostoffice as Second-Class Mail Matter. 17 ILL H. Mayes Managing Editor H. F. Mayes Business Manager. C. A. Tunnem. City Editor. A. Chapin Advertising Mgr. W. B.. DnLA Foreman Mech- Dept. X. C. SE1TZ Dally Circulator. Subscription per Month.. 50c '"Wednesday February 13 1907 A MO0OO00H0OC.-rOt I General News o o o o - 0O000O0O0000 San Salvador blames Nicaragua Jor the trouble in Central Amer- ica '4 Mrs. Grace Thurmond of Dal- las was killed in a runaway at Uvalde. A company to manufacture cans at Houston was chartered at Austin. The general passenger agents . of the Texas railroads will meet in San Antonio. Ollie Willis was shot and dan gerously wounded near Corsicana by Louis Watson. Governor Little of Arkansas is coming to the gulf coast of Tex- as for his health. Senator Berry of Arkansas . urged the exclusion of Reed Smoot from the senate. Natchez is crowded with re- .fugeesfrom the flood districts and the ri...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 13 February 1907

I lO Iav Recltjiotioix Sales. 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 CENT'S FURNISHER. xo can anu inve&ugaie. FIRE DEPARTMEN T Prominent Member Talks of the Needs of Fireboys. CITY COUNCIL NOT TO BLAME Thinks the Business Men and Citizens do not Give the Department the Recog- nition that it Deserves. A prominent member of the volunteer fire department -said this morning that the city oouncil was in na way to blame for the bad condition of the fire plugs at preaent. He says that the coun- cil has not refused an account turned in by the department in the past six years. The boys are permitted to buy the neces- sary articles of repair and the council always pays- the bills. Of course the department under- stands the financial condition of of the city treasury and buys only the most needed repairs." "I think" said this member "that the depart...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 13 February 1907

Til! carry 111 The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors. Entered at the Brownwood Postofnce as Second-Class MailMatter. ; soc Subscription Per Month ' WILL H. MAYES Managing Editor. H. F. MAYES Business Manager. . 0. A. A H. CHAPIN. Advertising Mgr. t. KIRKSic Editor. E. C. SEITZ Daily Circulator. Abtociaic W. R. DULA Foreman Mcch. Dept. IMPROVING APPEARANCES .OF THE CITY. Evervone who visits Brownwood after a short -absence com- ments on the marked improvements being made in the city es- pecially in the matter of better homes and prettier home sur- roundings. That we are badly behind in some respects all know. We have needed street lights very much but that is to be reme- died right away by placing enough lamps to give the city ample lights. We have wanted a park but now.the park spirit seems to have caught the people sincere presentation Coggin Park to Brownwood by Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Coggin. The improvement of this valuable park property is now in hand. We are needing...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 13 February 1907

I I Would Rather Please You Than Make Money i Officers and Directors T. C. YANTIS President J. C. WEAKLEY i 1st Vice Pres. I A WALKER1' 2nd Vice Pres. ' MUlLARD RdMJNES Cashier Wm! B. CROSS1! j&s' Cashier . .(H c.v fit'' : ' . . . . G.N. HARSM. H. J WJLLLJAMS . 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 hlff)' ' i :i fji...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 13 February 1907

Arbor Day. In this day oi speculation every one is looking for some ground- floor investment something: gilt edge and cheap. Aoout me omy man wno giaa- A 1 J -Ll 1 J Jy lets us all in on the ground floor is the undertaker. We have m mind an investment bet-M ter and safer than stocks and bonds. It is something that though it be buried will yet blos- som into life of course the reader knows that we refer to tree planting as we have written Rpvnrol fiTTioo nn rlii: cuhivf rlnv- ing the last twenty years and always about Arbor Bay Feb- ruary 22. January and February are good months for tree plant- ing and the dividend returns are rich for such a small invest- ment. We should recommend good nursery trees rather than those brought from the woods. The forest tree is often brought in mutilated the roots being chopped to pieces or it has been exposed to cold winds or hot sun or has been left but over night before transplanting. Trees grow -best in plowed ground. The hole should be three feet...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 13 February 1907

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 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 t t&t&t&tt A. THE ADVERTISING MEDIUM OF BROWNWOOD IS The Daily Bulletin c;: : : mayes printing company proprietors. Sample Copies. Each Saturday we send out a great number of extra Bulletins as sample copies. If you get one and like the paper let us add your name to our lis...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 13 February 1907

ty Dress Goods. -1 . 1-' . ' 4- 4 i 1 '-.- Shoes Shoes Shoes --the biggest stock lMMMglgM CITY ANNOUNCEMENTS. For Marshal : GEO. W. WILLSON" (Re-election) W. T. HOSKINSON. For Tax Assesor and Collector: CLYDE McINTOSH ' - . (Ke-election.) :JFor City Attorney. ' E. J. MILDER. r. WILL J. SCOTT re-election. For City Recorder. R. H. FOSTER. For City Tt easnrer LOUIS E. WALKER ( Re-electiou) J. W. Jennings left last night for Galveston on business. I. J. Bailey is making- a neat addition to his residence on Cog- gin Avenue. The little child of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Turner in Taber Addi tion is critically ill. Mrs. Jno. W. Malone is report- ed quite sick at her home on Coggin Avenue. j. G. Kirkpatrick came in f T CvKf fri r irom .Lampasas iatt inui a Tbrief visit to homefolks. Mrs. R. M. Speers of Cleburne is the guest of Mrs. .Ed B. Gil- liam in the city this week. Jesse Shinn of Brownwood spent Sunday in our city the guest of Ballinger friends. Bal- linger Ledger. Charlie Carmicheal has resi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 14 February 1907

DAILY BULLETIN Drink SECURITY BRAND JAVA o.nd MOCHA COFFEE Packed by IMPORTERS COFFEE CO.. ' New Orleans CHAS G1DDEN1. Exclusive Local Axat VOL. 7. BROWNWOOD. TEXAS THURSDAY FEB. 14 1907. NO. J04 PUBLIC STORAGE WAREHOUSE E. B. Henley & Co. Pksa 2. D pi n V ANNUAL MEETING. Mrs. T. G. Campbell Was Slight- ly Injured Last Night Directors of Indian Creek Telephone Company Has Mestine Today. A meeting of the stockholders of the Indian Creek telephone company was held at that place this afternoon for the purpose of winding up the year's business also to consider the advisability of consolidating with the South Brown County Telephone Com- pany Which has toll lines in that Family and Neighbors Were Frightened FALLS OUT OF DOOR m- FAINTED AFTER THE FALL part of the county. PRESCRIPTIONS. When you leave your Pre- scriptions at McMinn's Drug 5tore you can rest assured thatrsustaining slight injuries. a competent registered druggist will compound them. A reg- istered druggist sleeps in the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 14 February 1907

'M X You Need Lumber? DO X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X :;X 1 X I M X X X X X X X X X X X X X 'XT X X X If so see us From this date we are going after business. Ufo difference what prices others make you see us before closing the deal and we will save you money. We do not belong to any Trust or combine and we are free to liven up things when we feel like it. We mean business. Come to see us. XfeXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING CO.FroD8. Entered at the BrownwoodjPostoffice as Second-Class Mail Matter. . WiLi. H. Mayes Managing Editor H. F. Mayes Business Manager. C A. TuNNEix City Editor. A..H. Chapin Advertising Mgr. W. R. Dula Foreman Mech. Dept. -E. C. Seitz Daily Circulator. Subscription per Month 50c Thursday February 14 1907 lOOO0OO0O00Oi'O General News c c c o ooooooooooOtoo The street car iimorow law has finally passed the Texas houBe. Two eunboats are in Central America for u...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 14 February 1907

lO Days Recl-iaotioia fcSale. Bargains Iror 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. SpangcnDerg GENT S FURNISHER. Returning to Texas. Mr. Bencini left early this weefc for Chicago for the purpose of bringing Mrs. Bencini and Miss Cleone back to Texas. On account of the severity of the cli- mate Mrs. Bencini has not done well since her return to Chicago and she will come to Fort Worth where she will be under the care ot a specialist Miss Cleone will enter school at Kidd-Key College. Harmony Concert Co. The Harmony Concert Co. a first class musical organization of ladies in both vocal and in- strumental music will appear at Carnegie Library in the regular course Monday night February 18th. Seats will be placed on sale Saturday morning t which time holders of course tickets can make their seat reservations. IR. HODSON Dentist Otfer Ca...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 14 February 1907

f VwaiUII I 1119 WJvvi It is a well known fact that we always have on hand the very best assortment of Novelties such as Ladies' Belts Side eSlt't' nus have" shipped us by Express the very Newest and Nobbiest things in this line that can be had. We are expecting them on every train. Don t fail to see thern. Looney Mercantile Co. On The .Square. The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors. Entered at the Brownwood Postoffice as Second-Class Mail fatter. .50c .Subscription Per Month. . WILL. H. MAYES Managing Editor. H. P. MAYES Business Manager. C. A. TUNNELL City Editor A V fJHAPlN. Advertising Mgr. E. E. KIRPATRIOw. E. C. SEITZ Daily Circulator. Asaociau:mu.. W. R. DDLA Foreman Mech. Dept. INCREASE THE CORN ACREAGE. The Bulletin editor feels that he has somewhat of a privilege to talk farming to farmers because he is somewhat of a farmer himself and has frequent occasion to talk with farmers about farming interests. This is corn planting season and it is not out of place ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 14 February 1907

I I a Safe and Conservative Banking. Some people think that banks are too particular about accepting security when making loans. We wish to ask this question. Which bank would you leave your money with in time of panic or crop failure; the one which demands good security on its loans or the one that does not demand good security? It is unnecessary to wait for an answer as every one would promptly say "I want my money in the hands of careful and conservative people who guard well every trans- ; - . action of the bank and especially on its loans for on the bills receivable or notes belonging to the bank rests its solvency." You cannot do better than to give us your business as we give particular attention to every loan made. With ample capital and a large surplus we stand strong among conservative banks. We safe-guard the interests of the bank and our customers as well. When you want safe and conservative banking methods come and see us for we know your wants V and we want your busine...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 14 February 1907

OVERSEERS Commissioners Hold a Busy Ses sion This Week. DISCUSS NEEDED REPAIRS On Court House Some Action May Be Taken to Fix Up the Building: Soap. Commissioners court has been in session this week and a very busy sessicn. it has been from the fact that new road overseers have been appointed and several new roads allowed. The commissioners have dis cussed the advisability of repair .ing the court house and it is high ly probable that an order effect ing same will be passed. ROAD OVERSEERS. The following Road Overseers were appointed by tile Commis sioners: Brownwood and Comanche Road E. J Worthatn Brovrnwooi. Brownwood and Comanche Road Vernon Georg-e Blanket. Brownwood and .Comanche Road- Paul Whitehead Blanket. Brownwood and Eastland Road- Charles Carson Brownwood. Brownwood Hood Clio. Brownwood 'Bruton May.. Brownwood and Eatlaad Will and Eastland O T. and Eastland Scott .a nr Comanche and Coleman Boh Wheeler Blanket. -Comanche and Coleman- Martin Clio. Comanche and Cokiuan -Wal...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 14 February 1907

v. 1 7Y We Do It Promptly. 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 alsot 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 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 & & t i & 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 and like the paper let us . add you...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 14 February 1907

T? V-.. - - yl'f""; NoVetty Dress Goods. JK. 4 If there is any department of our store that is better than the rest it is the Dress Goods Department which right now is loaded down with new things in the way of White Dress Goods Ginghams Collars Belts and Bags and a great big variety of the latest novelties. We want you to see these goods for we know they are all right. a ; -i-s-.'.f .' Shoes Shoes Shoes the biggest stock CITY ARGUMENTS. For Marshal: GEO. W. WILlON (Re-election) " W. T. HOSKINSON. iFor Tax Assessor and Collector: CLYDE M.-INTOSH . . (Ke-election.) 'For City Attorney. E.J.MILLER. WILL J. SCOTT re-election. Recorder. R. H. FOSTER. For. City For City Te surer Louis e. walker (Re-election) PERSONAL; .Mrs. W. D. Armstrong is spending a few days at Temple with her sister who is reported quite sick. . . Mrs. E. C. Beaumont of Cole- man will arrive this afternoon to spend a few days as the guest ofi Dr. and Mrs. A. L. Anderson. It is reported that H. M. John- son who is with...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 15 February 1907

f UBLIC STORAGE DAILY BULLETIN. Drink SECURJTV BRAND JAVA andMOCHA COFFEEt Packed by IMPORTERS COFFEE CO. New Orleans CHAS GlDDEMfi Kxclnsive Local Agant WAREHOUSE' E. B. Henley & Co. Pbea 2. VOL.7. BROWNWOOD. TEXAS. FRIDAY FEB. 15 J907 NO. 105 i ! r Gone to Dallas. . WillD. McChristy Attorney G. N. Harrison and John Sim- mons left last night for Dallas where they will assist in the prosecution of Johnson who is charged with swindling McGhris- ty and Simmons out of sever- al thousand dollars. Sheriff Emi- son will go to Dallas tonight and if permitted will bring Johnson back to BrownwooL SUPPLY SAFEGUARD Commissioners Were Asked for Appropriation. PRESCRIPTIONS. When you leave your Pre- FUMIGATE FOR TUBERCULOSIS Physicians Suggest That Wise Plan Would Be to Destroy Tuberculosis Germs in Country Homes. In a conversation between two prominent physicians this morn- mands the closest attention of physicians and citizens. We learn thatthe county health offi- cers went before the comm...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 15 February 1907

m m m to m m M m You Need Lumber? ft ft m ft m m m If so see us. From this date we ore going after business. No difference Do ft ft ft ft M m m ft ft m m m ft m m m ft 5 what prices others make you see us before closing; the deal and we will save m you money. We lo not belong to any Trust or combine and we are free to m liven up things when we feel like it. We mean business. Come to see us. ft M ft m m m m ft X ft SXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXMXXXMXXXXXXXXXXMXXXXXXXXXXXXXX Burton-Lins: Company '11 JPiror-esjivo Tvtmty&r Dealers. The Daily Bulletin SI A YES PRINTING CO. Props. Entered at the BrownwoodlPostoffice as Second-Class Mail Matter. WILI.H. Mayes Managing Editor H. F. Mayes Business Manager. C A. TONNELi. City Editor. A. H. Cbapin Advertising Mgr. - W. R. Dula Foreman Mech. Dept. 'S. C. Seitz Daily Circulator. L : Subscription per Month . . 50c Friday February 15 1907 0OO0OO0i'CH"0'f0rCfr0 m ' o T o f TvT i urenerai iNews o CHkOOOOOOOOOOOO Senator Terr...

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