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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 18 February 1907

Ei s. 1 s Woman Abandoned by Husband k Driven to Desparation. . 1 i PASSED THROUGH BR0WNW00D f . Fort Worth Record is Making an Effort to Locate Woman to Supply Her With Funds Collected. The following pathetic story appeared in Friday's Record and on Sunday the Record telephoned to their agent J F. Ren fro here to see if the woman could be looated saying that they had money for her : Those who were in the Texas fc Pacifio Hfcation about . 6:30 o'olook last night witnessed a sad scene and an unusual one. It was a scene in which actions spoke louder than words. A young mother and three children in destitute circum- stances arrived on an evening train from Dallas and were waic- ing to ooard The Record special for Brownwood. "Wrapped in a common blanket was a little girl Just thirteen days old. The mother had clung to the ohild wandering from place to place in an endeavor to obtain work but she had been unsuccessful in her t efforts. "With poverty staring her in the face two other chil-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 18 February 1907

IB j They Didn't Disappoint Vs. T i 4 You reuiembeM- a few days ago we told you to watch this space; that we were expecting a shipment of Novelties. They are here and on display. The very newest and Nobbiest line of Ladies' Iace Collars Turnovers Belts Bags Etc. that can be secured from the Eastern Markets. Don't fail to see them. LOONEY MERCANTILE CO.. On The Public Square. i i rr The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors. Entered at the Brownwood Postoffice as Seocnd-Class Mail Matter. ASSAILS JENKINS. Subscription Per Month. 50c WILL H. MAYES Managing Editor. H. F. MATES Business Manager. 0. A. TUNNELL City Editor H. CHAPIN. Advertising Mgr. E. E. KIRKPATRICK E. C. SEITZ Daily Circulator. Associate Editor. W. R. DUIiA Foreman Mech. Dept. The man who puts his best eneriges into his work need not fear but that he will find opportunities proportionate to his abili- ties. The one who persistently shirks the task at hand will 'hardly have larger tasks to Occupy his attenti...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 18 February 1907

i i Make an Early Start! r BUSINESS CHANGE TomRatlirF Buys Half Interest in Ratliff Market. WILL INCREASE FACILITIES Preparins to Do a Larcer Business With Most- Up-to-Uate Market in the " City. Tom Ratliff has bought half interest in the Chas. Ratliff meat market on Baker street and will devote his time to the business in the 'capacity of buyer. Mr. I Chas. Rathfr will be manager of the market and he will see that the market is kept up to the standard. To a Bulletin man this morning he stated that they were .arranging1 to improve the market in many ways. A new refrigerator will be added a large engine installed with a dynamo to make their own lights and run fans in fact the market is to be made the most up-to-date of any in the west. The market already has the reputation of selling good meats and when better equipped they will be better able to maintain that reputation. They ask that their friends remember this and when they announce ready they want them to come in and in- spect th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 18 February 1907

-GAMESTER Amazing Skill of Captain John Scott at Whist. HIS RAPID ROAD TO WEALTH. The Winnings of the "Gentleman Gam bier" at White's In London In the Eighteenth Century Exceeded $5000- 000 Fox's Reckless Play. Of all the gentlemen gamblers at the close of the eighteenth century in Eng- land a single one is noted for the im- mensity and the regularity of his win- nings. This was John -Scott who be- ginning as a penniless captain wouiu' flip his career as a millionaire general '"On tlie subject of the campaigns he conducted history is silent but con temporary London was full of talk of 'his marvelous luck with dice and cards and the marital misfortunes of his late jifegavc more material for the gossips. Writing to Richard Beutley from Ar- lington street on Feb. 25 1753 llorai Walpole says: "The great event is the catastrophe of Sir John Bland who has ilirtea away his wholo fortune at hazard. He (Uother night lost in reckless play an jiminense sum to a Captain Scott who at present has...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 18 February 1907

. 3 . ' i We Do It Promptly Tho Trinmnh nf Truth I IIIU IIIUIIipil Ul IIUIIIi If the man ever was who does not believe that the cir culation 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. THE ADVERTISING MEDIUM OF BROWNWOOD IS The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY PROPRIETORS. - & -c-.r I Sample Copies. Each Saturday we send out a great number of extra Bulletins as sample copies. If you get one an...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 18 February 1907

ei'lY ANNOUNCEMENTS. For Marshal: GEO. W. WILLSON (Re-election) W. T. HOSKINSON. For Tax Assessor and Collector: CLYDE McINTOSH (Re-election.; For City Attorney. E.J.MILLER. v . WILL J. SCOTT re-election. '"For ''City Recorder. - R. H. FOSTElt For City Treasurer LUUIS E. WALKER (Re-election) PERSONAL W. A. Mcintosh is in Bangs today on business. T. M. McHorse is spending the day at Santa Anna. Miss Grace Moore is in Blanket today on a visit to friends. Pat Ford is at Mercury engag- ed in erecting a stone building. p "R "Robertson was in the was m tne citv vesterday on a uvisit to his. family. .J A. ICnox returned thic morn pal dave vi . 1 Sit tO Cleburne. J. P. Ingram went weat thia! morning to look after cotton in- terests for his firm. Misses Ida-and Mary Kruse of Mason Texas are visiting their aunt Mrs. H. Hennersdorf. Mrs. R- C. Mayes and little daughter Emma Kate are guests of Mrs. Elam Elliott. Harry Speed came in from Goldthwaite Saturday night and spent Sunday with homefolks...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 19 February 1907

f - . PUlC STORAGE WAREHOUSE E..B..JJenley & Co. DAILY BULLETIN. Drink SECURITY BR. AND JAVA and MOCHA COFFEE Packed by IMPOR.TERS COFFEE CO.i New Orleans. CHAS G1DDEHS. Exclusive Local AgiBt VOL. 7. BROWNWOOD. TEXAS TUESDAY FEB. 19 1907. NO. 108 Fay Looney nd Fred Schrook returned this morning from a buiinesa trip to St. Louis where they purchased a large stook of seasonable goods for the Looney Mercantile. Mr. J. D. Dezendoff and wife are visiting his sister Mrs. W. St. John "Wolseley on Hand street. J. W. Davis of Blanket is in the city today visiting friends. 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 McMinn's Drugstore. New Spring Styles y in y Toile Du Nord and Red Seal GINGHAMS New Spring Styles in Gentlemen's Soft and Laundried SHIRTS Absolutely new you will appreciate tiiein. 50c 75c l.OO 1.50 to 2.50 t Ramey-Sm...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 19 February 1907

MMMMtMNIMIMMt SMiiqentierq lO Days Reduction Sale : Bargains For You- During the next 10 days we will make extraordinary reductions in everythiny in line of Men's Furnishings. This is a bonafide reduction sale and it will pay you the line of Men's Furnishings to call and investigate. GENT'S FURNISHER The Daily Bulletin MATES PRINTING CO. Props. Entered at the BrownwoodPostoffice as Second-Class Mail Matter Will H. Mayes Managing Editor H. F. Mayes Business Manager. C. A. Tunnell City Editor. A. H. ChaPIk Advertising Mgr. W. R. Dula Foreman Mech. Dept. E. C. SEITZ Dally Circulator. Subscription per Month 50c Tueiday -February 19 1907 tt9OC000QO00CV0 o o f General News I OO0OO0O00006 Burglars robbed a jewelry store and a drug store at Bryan. Four prisoners escaped from jail at Nashville by sawing the bars. Three boys broke through the ice and were drowned at Dixon HI. Five business buildings burn- ed at Allegheny Pa. at a loss of $200000. A presidential boom is being launched for Sena...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 19 February 1907

1 1 4 J ABOUT WALDRIP. . A Rick Territory Yet Undeveloped in The remarkably fine weather of February has enabled farmerB to gather their ootton and picking will be completed this week. The yield is the largest ever known here the staple exoellent but some damage by stain and trash1 Farmers are a month be- hind in farm ork and the ground is becoming hard especially in the .overflowed territory. There will be some prospecting work done this summer in the ooal areas around Waldrip. PartieB who have the energy and capital are interested here and if they begin will make exhaustive tests of the Quality and quantity of this coal. As a fuel and steam coal this coal ie the equal of any other coal found in the south west. This 'fact has been estab- lished by praotical tests in looo- motives stationary engines and for heating purposes. The crude prospect work already done here unmistakably indicates a wide area. The salt wells (flowers as well as pumpers) around here indicate great possibiliti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 19 February 1907

IGoocfs Are Scarce. f i ; We are just back from the Eastern Markets where we find many of the wholesale houses low on Spring goods. We were among the first merchants in the market thereby securing many good patterns and values .which would have been impossible! later. We had all of our goods shipped as soon as bought. They will be the first Spring goods to arrive in Brownwood and we feel that you will agree with us that it is the most up-to-date and complete line of merchandise ever brought to our town. By all means see them before buying. $ - S & & & LO ONEY MER GANTILE GO. 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. 0. A. TUNNELL City Editor A H. CHAPIN. Advertising Mgr. E. E. KIRKPATRICK iE. C. SEITZ Daily Circulator. . Associate Editor. W. R. DDLA .Foreman Mech. Dept. If the present legislature does not acco...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 19 February 1907

I I Make an Early Start! Why should not 1907 be a more successful year than any you have ever known? Begin early in the year 'to make larger and more frequent deposits with us and keep your bank account growing at a greater rate than it ever grew before. If you are not already banking with us start an account now. We appreciate your patron Officers and Directors : T. C. YANTIS President ' J. C WEAKLEY 1st Vice Pres. J. A. WALKER 2nd Vice Pres. MILLARD ROMJNES Cashier WM. B. CROSS Asst. Cashier G. N. HARRISON H. T WILLIAMS. t f1 1 J l age and will help you to save and succeed. Remember we keep valuable papers free ancf furnish safety lock boxes to customers without charge. Call on us when we can serve you in any manner. WE KNOW YOUR WANTS AND WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS. - e. The Brownwood National Bank. MUNICIPAL LIGHT PLANT Continued From Page 1) ' half loaded for the other eigh- teen hours of the day. Figuring such a load it produces current the equivalent of 1425 horse pow- er hours an...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 19 February 1907

HE DETECT! STOHY Origin and Growth of the Clever Amateur Sleuth. t ; " VOLTAIRE WAS HIS CREATOR. The Great French Writer Introduced Him to the World of Fiction The Genius of Pee and Gaboriau and Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes. Most persons who read doteothe . stories. and most literary critics too bolleve llmt this very popular form of fiction was invented by Kdgnr Allan Toe. They point to his story of 'The Purloined Letter"' as being the first of - its kindthe first In which is inli duccd the man of keen miud of chvie reasoning and of constructive imagi mi t Ion. who is able to piece togethe certain facts tliat are kmtwu anil the.t by brilliant deduction to pass frmn them to other facts which arc no- known but the .truth of which he is able to establish beyond a doubt Toe himself had a mind precisely of this character the iniud of a mathe matician suuue logical ami capan'e of searching analysis fie once gae a .remarkable illustration of what h could do as an investigator of utyMo ri...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 19 February 1907

; - : : - - . c. . .. r.Sz." .... v-... l We Do Tho Triiimnh nf Truth I A I IIO 1 1 lUllipil Ul IIUlll. 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. THE ADVERTISING MEDIUM OF BROWNWOOD IS The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY PROPRIETORS. T- fe- Sample Copies. Each Saturday we send out a great number of extra Bulletins as sample copies ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 19 February 1907

Rogers Dry Goods Co. t' : J. x'. Tlxe headers in All New Merchandise. 1k." " -V"' ' Cordially invite you to call at their store and inspect their line of Novelties which has been on display only a few days. You should be prepared for Spring it will soon be here-- and should supply yourself with some of 'the catchy Novelties we are showing. They are all new many of them will not be shown at any other store in Brownwood this season. ' & . & . " & & " Yours Very Truly Rogers Dry Goods Co. CI 1 Y ANNOUNCEMENTS. For Marshal: GEO. W. WILSON (Re-election) W. T. HOSKINSON. . f i Jor Tax Assrsnr and Collector: . . CLYDE McINTOSH (Re-election.) For City Attornttv. ... E. J. MILLER. WILL J. SCOTT re-election. For City Recorder. " . R. H. FOSTER f ' 'For Citj Treasurer LuUISE.WALK.ER. (Re-electiouf Aim Vista Cream Pints - - 25c Quarts - 50c Half gallons 85c Gallons - $1.50 Delivered to any part of the city. Best -on earth. WORK ST THE PARK signed any work of this kind please get...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 20 February 1907

"ST V 4 5" -PUBLIC STORAGE WAREHOUSE p. B.Henley & Co. DAILY BULLETIN. Drink SECURITY BRAND JAVA end MOCHA COFFEE. Packed by IMPOR.TERS COFFEE CO.i New Orleans CHAS GIDDENSt . Exclusive Local Agat Pkeae 2. VO.7. BROWNWOOD. TEXAS WEDNESDAY FEB. 20 J 907. NO. 10? I II' i Jl4 I J. Ir W. Hall is in Blanket to- day on business. Read Henley & Company's in- surance ad in today's paper. Ben Weed of May is in the city today on business. Others carry insurance and why not you? Read Henley & Company's ad today. Jno. B. Robinson of Goldth- waite was in the city yesterday on a visit to relatives. 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 HcMinn's Drugstore. The Light Committee Begins Work Tomorrow. A CanVass of the City Wilt Be Made to See Hort Much Money Can be Raised Towards Mu- nicipal Light Plant- Chairman Hoskinson of the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 20 February 1907

The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING CO.. Prous. Entered the Brownwood'Postoffiee as Second-Class Mail Matter. 7rLl.H. Mayes Managing Editor H. F. Mayes Business Manager. C. A. TUNNELL City Editor. A. H. Chapin Advertising Mgr. W. R. Dula. Foreman Mech. Dept. S. C. SEITZ Dally Circulator. Subscription per Month f)0c Wednesday. February 20 1907 'icoodo-T-oooooco-i- General News ! I Goooooooao4-oo Mrs A. B. Foster was burned to death near Thornton. E: H. Harriman has secured control of the Cotton Belt. President Falheres took a hand in the French cabinet dispute. Perhaps seventy-five lives were lost in a mine disaster in Mexi- co. Five men were blown to atoms Z-n n rliT-notvii'fo vrlncifr Hi" T -fin- Hi O ljf XlCUUlbV .IJJiUUiUli uw .w.. don Ky. The Texas house has passed the agricultural department bill to engrossment. Consideration in the Texas house of the inheritance tax bill was postponed. . Oklahoma's constitution makes the acceptance of a free pass a criminal offense. Japanese chi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 20 February 1907

Doing Dp Your Order for groceries at cur house is an abso- lute plea&ure; because we know the goods are new ana fresh and the price is right and when you unp?ck them yon will be delighted with them. This is all because we sell for cash and can give you the full benefit of the value of your money. Try us. ReHpectfnlly. W. H. Stevenson. HORSF3 VALUABLE. Despite Constant Increase in Number of Horseless Vehicles the Old Nag Holds His Own. Washington Feb. 18. Not- withstanding the enormous in- crease in the construction and use of automobiles and other horseless vehioles for pleasure and traffio that intelligent and reliable old standby "the best friend of mankind" is inoreaBinc in numbers and value. Ac- cording to the most reliable statistics our faotories turn out about 25000 automobiles a year. Eleotrio cars are now almost uni- versal. Except in a few of the smaller oities of the south you no longer see Btreet cars drawn by horses or mules and steam were slaughtered for their hide...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 20 February 1907

75 p "11 Goods Are Scarce. f tl 1 3 i 1 We are just back from the Eastern Markets where we find many of the wholesale houses low on Spring goods We were among the first merchants in the market thereby securing many good patterns and values which would have been impossible later. We had all of our goods shipped as soon as bought. They will be the first Spring goods to arrive in Brownwood and we feel that you will agree with us that it is the most up-to-date and complete line of merchandise ever brought to our town. By all means see them before buying. ; . & L OONEY MERCANTILE CO.. On The Public Square. The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors. Entered at the Brownwood Poatoffice as Second-Class Mail Matter. fiabscription Per Month. .50c WILL H. MAYES Managing Editor. H..F. MAYES Business Manager. 0. A. TUNNELL City Editor. H. CHAPIN Advertising Mgr. E. E. KIRKPATRICK E. C. SEITZ Daily Circulator. Associate Editor. W. R. DULA Foreman Mech. Dept. MUNICIPAL OWNERSHIP OF...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 20 February 1907

George Washington's Hatchet George was a little boy. He had a little hatchet. He cut down a Cherry tree. Because ; . .". . . ; Why did George Washington cut down his fathers Cherry tree ? ' - To the man woman or child sending us the best answer to the above question and giving the best reason for George's cutting the Cherny tree we will pay $3.00 to the second $2.00 and to the third $1.00. Send us your answers by mail or hand them into the bank so that we may receive them by Tuesday the 26th noon. Three disinterested people will pass on the merits of the replies We will also be pleased to have you hand in your deposits and receive a pass-book without cost. We will assist you in saving your money and make you an independent man woman or child. We know your wants and we want your business. The Brown wood National Bank. Officers and Directors: T. C. YANTIS President J. C. WEAKLEY 1st Vice Pres. J. A. WALKER 2nd Vice Pres. MILLARD ROMJNES Cashier WM. B. CROSS Asst. Cashier G. N. HARRISO...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 20 February 1907

5 Horrible Headaches! When the brain suffers 4kaC s Head- ache. The pain of Sick or Nervous Head- ache is insufferable maddening:. The temples throb with the surging blood or the top or back of the head feels ready to burst. The brain seems on fire. Hot fever flashes disturb the whole Nerv- ous System. Persistent furious raging; headaches burn up vital energy destroy the keen edge of .intellect undermine the Nerv- ous System disturb all bodilv functions J on(j evcn jea(j j0 violent insanity. uciiuouii: iu iuc iirbt instance is not a disease but a symptom; an effect xot a cause. It may mean that the digestive func- tions are disturbed. It may mean that the poisons and waste are not properly eliminated but get into the blood. Or it may be an evidence of a serious nerv- ous disorder. Any kind or degree of headache Is serious and if neglected positively dangerous. What do you take for Headache or Constipation? "Either Cathartic Pills or Headache Powders" you reply. That's just what you ...

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