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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 15 February 1907

Spaiupberg lO Day Reduction Sale. For Yow Daring 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. 4 . GENT'S FURNISHER. I SAN ANGELO COLLEGE. Plant are to be Asked and President Elected. The trustees of the proposed Methodist college met Thursday night in the pffioe of Judge Joe Spence and discussed questions touching the institution. After considering earnestly the ohoioe of a president the seleotion was postponed to a later date but will likely be attended to before March. It was deoided to ad- vertise at once for plans for the buildinp and when these are adopted the contract for erection will be let. Justin this connection it can be mentioned that Prof. J. J. Mor- gan president of the North Texas University sohool at Terrell was in the city last week in confer- encB with members of the board and citizens and expressed him- self as charmed with the o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 15 February 1907

9 Is The Better Shoe The Stetson Shoe is not made to sell at a price. It is made for quality only. The result is real shoe value. Every cent of the cost goes for skillful conscieqtious workmanship for better leather for better linings. The Stetson is rightly called The Better Shoe. See it before you buy your next shoes. Tull lines all styles all leathers. Tor sale by OXFORD TIME WII.lv SOOJV 13 JE HERB. We have made a careful study on this line; after examining almost every line of shoes from the East with a view of securing the very nobeiest lines for the least money. We have decided that the LaFrance for the ladies is unequalled in style and comfort. Made in all widths we feel no hesitancy in assuring you a perfect fit as well as the very newest styles to be had in foot wear. Give us a- look before buying. WOKN ONCK WORN AGAIJV. It is needless for us to comment on the Stetson and Packard lines for men the name assures everything that can be used in a strong stylish up-to-date shoe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 15 February 1907

I oafe 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 and we want your business. The Brow...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 15 February 1907

i CONDENSED .STORIES. - Why Speaker's Statement Elicited No Response. C. W. Waterman a Denver law- yer tola a Ftory tho oUier day of an experience he una a friend had in a sleeping car going m-t. They wer? in the smoking compartment with two or three others and a genera! conversation started. The talk- turned on Senator Tillman of South Carolina because it was the night he was hilled to talk in Ohicajm One of the men turned to the friend of Waterman and asked "What do you think of Tillman anyway ?" "I think" said the man to whou the question was addressed 'thu HE IS NOT A BEAf ASD IMITATION-. Tillman is a courageous man. . statesman of prbicipl and houm He ma he a triHe rmgh but f.. is on the level. He is a geuuine re former and not a sht.m and imita- tion like Joe Folk of Missouri ad Bon Lindsay of Denver who is run- ning as an independent candidate for governor of Columdo." There was no response to tins statement and thetalk drifted to other things. Anhour or so after- ward the tr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 15 February 1907

asst. We Do It Promptly Tho Triiimnh nf Truth I IIIU IIIUIIipil Ul IIUIIIi - If the man ever was who does not believe that the circulation of the Two Pullers The Brownwood Daily and Weekly Bulletin is not what it's management claims we invite him to take a look at our counters This is a little machine attached to our press which shows just exactly how many papers are printed. -It's a George Washington or better for it cannot tell a lie. And too it has no objections to any kind of investigation. Taking into consideration the amount of the circulation the character of the subscription and the price charged for advertising we have the best medium in this part of the state. The Bulletin is the great home paper of the Brownwood country. This is the truth that Triumphs. TV THE ADVERTISING MEDIUM OF BROWNWOOD IS The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY PROPRIETORS. i Sample Copies. Each Saturday we send out a great number of extra Bulletins as sample copies If you get one and like the pap...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 15 February 1907

i NoVelty Dress Shces Shoes Shoes the biggest stock CilYAlOb'NCEMENTS. For Marshal: GEO. W WILtON (Re-flection) W. T. HOSKINSON. For Tax Awsor and Collector: CLYDE McINTOSH. fKe-election. -Tor City AttorxiHv. E.J.MILLER. WILL J. SCOTT re -election. -!For City Recorder. R. H. FOSTER.. For City Tesnrer LOUIS E. WALKER ( Re-election) The Hoy t Company Engagement What promises to be one of the most enjoyable events of the theatrical season is the engage- ment of Hoyts Big Company for one week commencing next Monday. With a repertoire of play like "The Christian' "David Har- um" "A Texas Steer" "Heart of Tennessee" "A Fatal Wed- ding" and others equally well known and with players like S. decorated in arrows and hearts. Bert Rodney Paul Hudson Jack Progressive Forty-Two was play- Benjiman Mr. Casey. Ransome 'ed following by a contest game Miss Vane Calvert Miss Marie by shooting hearts with tiny ar- Blair Miss Manda Barnard and rows. A delightful salad course Baby Irene Spooner. The most...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 16 February 1907

Drink SECURITY BR. AND JAVA and MOCHA COFFEEt r Packed br IMPOR.TERS COFFEE CO.. New Orleans. CHAS G1DDENS Bxcluslve Local Agrnt iPUBLIC STORAGE . m E. B. Henley & Co. Fhene Z. VOL.7. BROWNWOOD. TEXAS SATURDAY FEB. 16 1907. NO. 106 DAILY BULLETIN .4 AX. i-i -V if - "2 W 1 r Piaul Willoughby of Brady ia in the city today. Cleveland Sammons of Mer- cury was in the city last night. Off to St. Louis Chicago. New York. and MORE ABOUT LIGHTS Mr. and Mra. Howard of Abi- lene will arrive in the oity tonight on a visit to Misa Graoe Moore. Make' the hen lay. Feed ground bone prepared freah every day at Ratliff's mar- ket dtf Afoaers TV. MnFarland m. rcc cinn u u tonight can prove His Statements New LET EXPERT MAKE TEST and4 Jack Binford will leave for St Louis Chicago and York to buy goods for the Brown- wood Mercantile Co. These gentlemen stated to the Bulletin . . c i - The Figures given by Prof. Louts Knox man that they intended to buy . of Daniel Baker College are Called the largest ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 16 February 1907

New Spring Shirts for Men the lion Brand. A showing which forecasts fashions foremost features in New Spring Shirts for the coming Spring. Wl would suggest the advisability of making your selectioais now. for many of the styles are exclusive and will not he shown again this season. The new styles are more captivat- ing than ever before styles which reveal the highest perfection of art in the evolution of exquisite Spring apparel. Mohair Pongee and French Madras. White Cream Blue and Tan. White Slack and Blue Pin Checks and stripes at $1.00 and $2.00. . . . BROWHWOOD CO 9 The Daily Bulletin 31 AYES PRINTING CO.. Props. Eatered at the Brownwood? Postofiice as Second-Class Mail Matter. WiLt H. Mayes Managing Editor H.. F. Mayes Business Manager. C. A. Tdnnell City Editor. A. H. Chapin Advertising Mgr. W. R. Dui. a Foreman Mech. Dept H. C. SEITZ Daily Circulator. Subscription per Month 50c Saturday February 16. 1907 ASH WEDNESDAY Lenten Address Delivered by the Rev. John Power. PROSPERI...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 16 February 1907

ISzsro Kotaries in Office. H. JB HARDEMA E. B. Henley (S Co. I Bids Wanted on the two story stone candy fac- tory on Center Avenue.' This property will be sold in the very near future or will be taken off the market. Don't be afraid make us a Irid. 0 Fine Farm for Rent. To party who buys 160 acre block of very fine farming land at a bargain and on easy terms we will rent a splendid farm adjoining for this year at usual rent of third and fourth. 100 acres in cultivation 6 room house good barns fine well and windmill. Come soon if you expect to get it. WAREHOUSE. Remember we still have some stalls to rent in our Public Storage Warehouse. Merchandise of all kinds ex- cept hay stored; also household goods. HOUSES TO REWT. If you don't want to be bothered collecting rents turn your house over to us. Ve have the largest list of rent houses and a man to attend to thisjepartment. o ono NEW STYLE COOKING Railroad Wrecks and Delayed Trains Cause of New Names. EGGS A LA DE FRISCO When. You Ord...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 16 February 1907

II Cole Hsu 5 Are built especially for the hot dry climate of Texas Each piece of material that enters a Cole undergoes the closest of inspection. We have just received and have set up on the second floor of our Hardware and Grocery department a car of Cole Buggies Phaetons and Carriages. V.'-" ''.fa- """iBk Bear in mind that in the course of painting every Cole Buggy is gone over 16 times which insures the very durable piano polish. .!.. - This cut shows the very latest out in the way of a combina tion buggy. The top can be detached in l 1-2 minutes then you have one of the prettiest automobile back runabout to be seen with the top on it presents the most attractive vehicle in the way of ajop buggy. No Buggy Built Better than the Cole. We Trade Tehicle For Stock. Looney Mercantile Co. A WATER WITCH ER. The Way an Expert With a Vitci Hazel Bough Woiked. It may be that his errand r- i. jthe nature of a cheerful gau U v cr other resource fail J h'" 'i- fact remains that Mr. Ln.tnuti ?...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 16 February 1907

The Triumph of Troth! If the man ever was who does not believe that the circulation of the Two Fullers The Brownwood Daily and Weekly Bulletin is not what it's management claims we invite him to take a look at our counters This is a little machine attached to our press which shows' just exactly how many papers are printed It's a George Washington or better for it cannot tell a lie And too it has no objections to any kind of investigation Taking into consideration the amount of the circulation the character of the subscription and the price charged for advertising we have the best medium in this part of the state The Bulletin is the great home paper of the Brownwood country. This is the truth that Triumphs THE ADVERTISING MEDIUM OF BROWNWOOD IS The aily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY PROPRIETORS. Sample Copies. II;;; ffp Each Saturday we send out a great . J number of extra Bulletins as sample copies ..-r.V: ' If you get one and like the paper let us add 'ir-Mr ! . your name to our ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 16 February 1907

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 16 February 1907

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 16 February 1907

Fire V- j S S BB i ;-.. 25 k is ssa ess l3 "3 For good reliable Insurance see E B. Henley & Co. We hare had W year experience right here anions yon. We always pay our losses fi nnptly and liberally. Our companies are strong. We never let a policy run out. If your insurance should expire while you are gone from home you will find it renewed when you return. We attend to business right and right nowgive us yours. E. B. HEN 400'frOvC000040.frOi00 v.- 1 . 1 General News I ' o o t)C-?'O004"0O04.0O0005 Mrs. Julia Gardner was burn- ed to death at Dallas. The Waters-Pierce oil ware- house at Waco was burned. . Two lives were lost in the recent fire at Pine Bluff Ark. Democratic senators have not been able to agree upon a caucus leader. Ab Washington was hanged at? ':Bastrop for the murder of Jennie" Moore both negroes. i No Misfit At "The 5 AND 10 CENT STORE." Our floods fit our advertising and our advertising- .fits our goods. We ahvaya try to represent our goods just us they are We ar...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 16 February 1907

M M m m m M X K n m m m L. N. The 1907 John Deere guaranteed against the strain of four horses in any kind of land and will plant on highest bed or in deep- est furrow. For sale by L N. NEEL S. W. Corner Square BROWNWOOD TEXAS. ftftftftftftftftftftftJftftHftftftftftftftftftftft DISASTROUS FIRES. Thousands of Acres of Pasture Burned and Fences Damaged. Last Monday the grass in the Morris pasture caught fire. It Seemed to. have started in the hilla to the north and soon swept down across the valleys for miles. Every effort was made to check it on its destructive oourse but with small success. The hiss- ing flames leaDed along lapping up the dry grass and weeds with lavish greed until five thousand aores of grass lay in smouldering ashes. Tuesday morning the fire broke out afresh and at last account was etill burning although it is being fought by every available means. Some men fought it con- tinuously for thirty-six hours. Some of the fenoing has been badly damaged in many places. Th...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 16 February 1907

OMO 301 101 tOI 101 IP r ii Just a Bargain or Two. $800 buys a good new four room house and lot 50x140 feet waterworks- and out buildings. Terms $200 cash balance 3 or 5 years time if you want it. Just like paying rent. Look at this. Well built 3 room house. 2 galleries barn waterworks; house well finished and practically brand new extra large lot. Price $850.00. . TERMS$250 cash $150 in one year and bal ance $100 a year till paid out. Please don't rent any longer. Buy this and own your own home. Good 5 room house halls bath room stables large lot well located; east front. Price $1675.00 onethird cash balance 1 2 and 3 years. HENLEY & CO. oi o XOI 01 OMOl XOE JOE IO 10 The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors Entered at the Brownwood Postoffice asSeoond-Class Mail Matter. Subscription Per Month. .50c WILL H. MAYES. Managing Editor. H. F.- MAYES Business Manager. C. A. TUNNELL City Editor A H. CHAPIN. Advertising Mgr. E. E. KIRK PATRICK E. C. SEITZ Daily Circulator. ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 16 February 1907

afe and Conservative Banking. Some people think that banks are too particular about accepting security when making loans. We wish to ask this ; p 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- " - in- action of the bank and especially on its loans for on the bills receivable or notes belonging to the bank rests its solvency." ; -1 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 v - customers as well. When you want safe and conservative banking methods come and see us for we know your wants and we want yo...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 16 February 1907

-1 ' 1 : i Every pattern is a new one and the very latest. The styles are entirely dif- ferent from what has been used heretofore. It will pay you to stop in at our store ami look the line over and huy a tie or two. You will have to do this if you want to get the latest. We will he open until about ten tonight and will take pleasure in showing you the line. CI1Y ANNOUNCEMENTS. For Marshal : GEO. W. WILLSON (Re-election) W. T. HOSKINSON. For Tax .Assessor and Collector: CLYDE Mi-INTOSH . (He-election.) For City Attorney. E.J.MILLER. WILL J. SCOTT ' re-election. For City Recorder. R. H. FOSTER. ;For City Treasnrer LOUIS E. WALKER ( Re-election) PERSONAL. H. G. Ratlin: oame in last night from a butineES trip west. W. W. Wa'kins of Mullen waa in the city Friday on buaine33. Jim Bonner and wife of Co- manche were in the city last night Mies Lena: Ludlow left this morning for Belton for a visit to friends. . Williams a cotton buyer' of Granbury waj in the city yes- terday on business. Mis...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 18 February 1907

"'ffl 1111 .in V- n i ...WgWRglaggrv.lim WtfBLIC STORAGE WAREHOUSE E. B. Henley "& Co. Phone 2. DAILY BULLETIN. Drink SECURITY BRAND JAVA a.nd MOCHA COFFEFi Packed by IMPORTERS COFFEE CO.. New Orleans CHAS. GIDDENS. Exclnalve Local Agmat ' VOL.7. BROWNWOOD. TEXAS MONDAY FEB. 18 1907. NO. 107 3r Banqueted Force. C. L. Giddens was lucky as a fisherman on Saturday and on that night he took his force of clerks over to the Dulci just after closing time and treated them to a fish and oyster supper. The boys say it was about the best supper they have had served them for many days and they vote the "boss" a gentleman and a scholar. SHOT OFF Sunday Morning Prank Disastrously. Ends OIDN'T KNOW IT WAS LOADED Our Prescription. Business Is growing rapidly. We would like to have your trade. We pay the most careful at- tention to every Pre- scription and use only pure Fresh drugs. "Bring us your next Prescription McHinn's Drugstore. Cbas. Price and Two Companions Were Snapping Guns When One Wa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 18 February 1907

" " ..... miiH4 SpangenDcrg GENT'S FURNISHER. lO Days Bargains For You- . 4. rttiiHv fpHnrtinns in evervthinv in t rwith next 10 davs we will maKe ' " ;-7 nrv v i the line of Men's Furnishings. This is a Donatio to call and investigate. The Daily Bulletin ? MAYES PRINTING CO.. Props. Entered at the BrownwoodJPostoffice as Second-Class Mail Matter. Will H. Mayes Managing Editor H. F. JLlyes 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 50g Monday February IS 1907 r CL Mtttc V-TClieicU OOOO0OO4.O000C''0 Seventy-five bales of cotton were burned at Blossom. The Galveston causeway bill passed finally in the house. The house took action for the "better sanitation of the legisla- tive hall. M. Nichols met death in a hor- rible manner in a mine shaft at Strawn. The house committee's bill pro- vides for the leasing of govern- ment coal land. Mrs. J. T. Foster was found dead with...

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