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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 24 January 1895

Buy some extra papers to-day. Mrs. C. F. Chase is visiting Mrs. Vergie Moore this week. Mr. Early of San Angelo spent Sunday with Dr. Bryan and family. The men are all good dodgers but that nice sweet man beat them all. Mrs. Ada Muse and Miss Win- nie Robnett are visiting Mrs. Sam Coggiathis week. Fred Dodson made a hurried trip to Brownwood Tuesday.; Santa Anna News. Miss Jesse Vollintine left on the 8th tor Brownwood to attend school. Sania-Anna News. Mrs. Judge Woodward of Cole- man came down Saturday and spent the day with Mrs. C. H. Jenkins. Mrs. Barmore the Kindergarten teacher at Howard Payne college left for her home in Weatherford Monday. Mrs. Forbes and daughter Miss Minnie left Monday for Whitney to live with Mrs. Forbes' son Mr Lewis Miller. G. E. Brown made a visit to Brownwood Friday night returning Saturdav morning. Goldthwaite Mountaineer. Our young Dr. Snyder has been looking verv blue lately. Wonder if his: Benbrook girl has gone back on him? Leave orders for this ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 24 January 1895

About the Round House. mt- i ' j. iie uusmess managers were made to feel good at many places on their. rounds by the hearty en couragement and assistance given them in their unusual and difficult work but at no place were they shown more courtesies than among the employees of the Santa Fe railway who were seen in and around the yards and round-house. In no vocation of life and in no place can a more clever or more courtly number of men be found. In this case we can truly say that "from the abundance of the heart the mouth speaketh." The farst man we met was Mr. Lockett the switch engineer who is in charge of the engine that does the switching in the yards. This is a very responsible position and one in which a most trust worth man must be placed and Mr. Lockett certainly fills the bill ex- actly. People who have occasion to cross the streets at the Santa Fe yards all speak of the engineer's careful watchfulness. Mr. B. K. Hawkins is the .hand some man of the round-house and he knew ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 24 January 1895

The Doctor's Escabe. Fire! Fire! raiiR on the frosty air Startling Dr. Fowler in hiB lair -He out of bed fer his clothing groped But choked and blinded by the smoke That like a pall in the room did cling Ho could not find a blessed thing. Wrapping his night gown round his form He opened the door sprang back in alarm .No wonder he was scared and dazed When he saw the stairs were all ablaze Escape cut off by the usual way He went to his rooms day by day. Then turned to his windows looking out Was greeted by the eucouraging shout ""Take to the awning it wilt bear your weight Trust your life to your guardian fate.'' Drove .to the awning by fear of a roast There draped in white he looked like a ghost. ' la the glare the fire around jhim threw. While the chill winds through his whiskers blew Causing his teeth to go chat a chat chat Like a drummer beating a tat a ' tat tat. He cast a look on the scorching fire Then on the pole of the electric wire. It was climb or roast no other way And th...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 24 January 1895

RANDOM THOUGHTS. VIsltlngTho Country School. nl vnil (inar irnnt . .-. 1 I . our childhoods days almost as distinct 1 I I llftflflU ft f r I .-- Al:l- .. ly as if they were but yesterdav. visit a country school some Friday aiiernoon when the school has a special program for visitors. I had the pleasure of being at such a place a few 'days ago. The town schools art mostly in comfortable buildings divided into a number of rooms and there is so much of the mod ernized methods in evervthinir vou cluucu "Jeuiuub in tver uuny you see and hear that a person educat- ed under the old regime exnerien- ces a chilly sensation whenever he - .rnoc ohnnUU TUo i n Wlr nf f hat warmth nf fpplinr hnt. ohr . a o no ir a rtnu . ; " J scnooi-nouse mat has changed nut little since you and I were chil- j 1 xon'tyou rememoer now the t-v ft . the little house in the country in some distant state perhaps where you farst wended your toddling way to school. There was a mixed teel- ine of rapidly developing sel...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 24 January 1895

flnpoipg tr?e Clerks. THE BUSINESS WORKERS BROWNWOOD. OF Where To Find Them. Jacic Uechtel is probably the best known salesman in Brown wood having boen continuously with J. C. Weakley and Weakley & Watson for many years. He is also one of the most pleasant and agreeable salesmen and is as much a fixture in the house as the pro prietors who would not know how to get along without his Services. He is universally liked by all who know him and they all know him. W. Hoskinson is the well-known and well-liked foreman of the sad- dle and harness depantment of the Hurlbut Hardware Co's. and is al- so engaged in breeding the finest Berkshire hogs. He now has for sale eight of the finest registered Berkshire pigs that are little beau- ties and of the best stock in the state. It will pay you well to see Mr. Hoskinson and learn something about raising the best of hogs and how to make it pay. He also sells fine Leghorn chickens and eggs. B. D. Garner who has charge of the dress goods depart...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 24 January 1895

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN. J. w. McfarlaRd; DENTIST pnicc over 1st Nat. Bank Brownwood. Money Christmas toys candy good Jewelry albums Tases moustache cups shavingscts perfumery nuts fireworks and llnest cider to be hail at only 35 cents a gallon. Don't fall to see me SEITZ the candy and cidir man. Ii. Sarpdars - I PHOTOGRAPHER Brownwood. - Texas. W iDCit Gallery aud 501 w'orl In the j Henry Norwood hAS had quite a sick child the past few days. Airs. J. A. Austin returned last week from a delightful visit to her siBter in. Arkansas. Capt. R E Word took a busi ness trip to Coleman last week re turning the same day. Dodging is very uncertain busi- ness for in missing one post you are very apt to hit two others. Dr. Robnett came in from Sher-. man and other places last Monday eve. Mrs. Brice who has been quite sick we are glad to report lis im- proving. Miss Majy Griffin of Ford's ad- ydttion has been quite sick Jbut is some better now. Since the closing of the Walker hotel Capt. Gearing and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 31 January 1895

.7-. nmnttuod j 5f 7 VOL. X. After February 1 7 we will occupy the building lately occupied by Ragsdale & Ford and Jones & Churchill in the CenteV Blo'ck; West Broadway. tt We will carry a larger stock than ever and will havemucrv better facilities for waiting on our 'trade than ever before. Our aim is to sell high class Merchandise increase our sles and sell you high grade goods at low prices. We hope to see you at our new store. . j -V 1! Little Curious Things. The Siamese have great horror of odd numbers and were never known to put five seven nine or eleven windows in-a house or tem- ple. The smallest coal burning loco- motive in America (245 pounds) was made by C. D. Young of Den- ver in 1891. The natives of ancient Egypt considered the black spot on the bean blossom as being the "written symbol of death."' "' In several European countries gutter Is sold by the yard. The rolls are a yard in length and at e sold in sections to suit purchasers. There are several places in ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 31 January 1895

Fourth Annual Meeting of the Texas j Live Stock Association. jf The fourth annual meeting' of Jne Texas Live btockseocurtyon .will convene in the city foj Sab Antonio on. Tuesday rthe 12th .day of February n'extif Th'is iassocia- tion was organized at Austin Tex- as about three years ago and among other things -has for its ob ject the promotion and upbuilding of the live stock interests of the state. It is pledged to work in- dustriously to bring about and maintain reasonable rates of freight over all the rail roacl? 'handling Texas live stock to look after stock yard and commission charges needed legislation etc. to discuss and introduce improved methods in breeding handling feeding and marketing all kindsof live stock and to generally work to build up and improve this great and grow- ing industry ' The executive committee of the association held a meeting; recent -ly in the city of AVaco wheri the following program was adopted for the coming San Antonion .conven- tion viz : FIRST ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 31 January 1895

i From Mllburn. lo The Bulletin A norther "blew up" Saturday morning. The contued driweitber k Mwovk&e' ing to the Yi&Kf lid mil "m to plant corn this year the bid way: lay off the rows plant and'bed put on it then drag it down level; cot ton may be planted later after the rain begins; hopetfcf ra fwill be a' wge oai crop siwn. atocK are doing qolFewcllJ stock water "is getting scarce. There is consider able sickness ported In 'Milburn and vicj'nity. The literary and Sunday schools are ' dbfng'well; hope the will not be retarded by sickness.' Rev. Bro. Chapman. apreh of this place was with the flock Sat urday and Sunday. Bro. . CW- man always meets with a hearty welcome here. Mr. JTohn-Kobim son and family arrived in our froi MisepuV WTweico&M to eur midst. Mr. T.JEL Jjjfartip. who has the irrigating plant near Milburn-on the Colorado is quite enthusipetic over the prospect -of itsCwonderful scoes and power to Supply water. 4 more com- plate experiment is to be made to-T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 31 January 1895

.Hare You Sein. THE DISC PliOW? HurlbuiH'dware Go. Agts Brownwood Bulletin. Entered at the poatoffice at Brown- wood Tex. m second-class mail matter. PtJSLISSED EVXRY THURSDAY BY WILL H. MAYB3 . Bditor and Prop'r Publisher's Notice. Mr.' Ira Hall who hasleen f6re- man of The Bulletin for about seven months past has been made flBce manager and assistant busi- 'M'aianager for the. coming yar. Ht:is tkorwgkly acquainted with ertrjthing pertaining to the busi- ness and oice management and can make contracts in mj .name and those having business dealings with the office will find him at all limes accommodating and obliging and anxious to please our patrons. Respectfully Will H. Mayes. Texas- State Senators' are not ashamed of the fact that they ride on Pullman passes. The ladies' bonnets have become so small that a magnifying glass is almost necessary to find them. m Severe storms of wind and rain are reported along the gulf coast.. Considerable damage was done. Opticians claim to have d...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 31 January 1895

RANDOM THOUGHTS. The Living tha Worfel Owes. There ii no denying the fact that the past two years have been try- ing ones on people in almost every condition of life and that the out look is not now so encouraging as the most ardent optimist could de- .tireV but we are tod prone to exag- erate the evil and undervalue the good. It has become almost sec- ond nature and from its frequen- cy very close to first nature it would seem when we exchange the ordinary daily salutation of 'Howdy-do" to couple with it the complaint that "times are mighty hard and we are getting along very poorly." What is the good of all this? It only serves to intensify the bad feelings if we are really doing soadly and if not it is positively sinful to mis- represent things and cause our neighbors to iiaye the blues. A minister told me a few days since that he married a couple and went to congratulate the groom and wish him a happy married life when the fellow right in the pres- ence of his bride of a few mome...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 31 January 1895

Caiisht. My kuiiness fc eutenoKhiMiKiln'coipaipg the imwXi0 On a Waster nuWuV bttt nnw ahrirj finnu wa araAVLfL'iL ' then a form of dancer arises in the way least expected so Ihatwe have to be prewar &d lor emerren- - s " . 1 - i m " gbodwany years5 andHave had"! a good many queer experiences. One of the queerest and on the whole most satisfactory to me Occurred few weeks ago. There Was $50000 in -the safe that trip and in the car was that usual- nKscaliaBeouqtMiritfty-4? boxes and parcefst.iiKudisg a large stuffed buffalo hide shipped to a Denver I wa&.ajrig alone in. the. oar reading:hen(I jbanced. to glance at a small ipirV.or which had that day hunjn the car. Reflected In it waR tEe forward part of the buf- falo and;oipething .peculiar-about the heai' startled" nte. a the"' im- pulse toum and Jpok at the head iteelf was almost uncontrolable but one learns to be- cautious' soy retaining my. composure I took a second look into the mirror. The muzzle of av revolver was stic...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 31 January 1895

Blanket Wle.'J ": f NoticitgLtVwfd4eewi items from every locality a few of the happenings of the dear people are noted out thte way-.- " . t iW.1 A.Ham and-wif-af Comah- cheyere visitors oyeSutjdaV.?- Mr Itoy Everts of t)atlas is rus- ticating with his brother H. H Everts. . t- Mrs. I. H. Turney has :beeri xht the sick list for dne'past week. Ourjustice of the"-peacey 'H. M. Bojer' was call edo Clio on official; easiness oaturaay. . We are glad to" note the-return of Uncle Bunch Simpson Jronf MiB- jsour.i where hia beerybyin2g - - V fli Si JlJ l.i! visit wim mentis ana rei&uves. Constable WVHs. Ganibleas-ket rustling these dayi attending tothe arduous dutie's of his office. 1 ' Mr. and Mrs. C. Pv Whitehead. returned lrcfth' Georgiirg'st?We'a6ns: day where they have been spend- inV the 'holidays 1. TheyN?ay that they are jnpre than. e.ver satisfied twitJ Brown county.a.nd morees jpeoially jftth .Blanket. .i " - ...P.CL Andersona the recipient of many sweetrsrails ftofci the'te (l...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 31 January 1895

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN. .w: ( OKce over 1 McFARLAND DENTIST f 1st Nat lank Brownwoed. I tf. I. Sa?cft5 PHOTOGRAPHER Brown wood. Texas. Tkmt Gallery aad Beit Work in the $ WMt Miss Clara Sfiicdfr nf Wo on Op 5) O J - . . in in the city this week the guest of Miiw Franke Coggin -Miss ' Clara has many friends here and all join in giving her a hearty welcome. The Brownwood Bulletin is out with a 'Woman's Parsonage and Home Missionary Society Edi- v tiooT7" which the business of the jscty is carefully -reviewed. Dallas News. Marshall Smith came in from Waco Sunday night and at present is confined to.kis room on account of illness. We hope that he may soon recover his accustomed good health. The small boy was in the height of his glory at school Monday throwing snow balls at whoever came in range and caring nothing ibr the danger of getting hit in re- tain. Mr.aoa Mrs W. H. Thompson Jr.. left-for their home in Brown- wood Sunday evening after a pleasant visit with relatives and friends in thi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 7 February 1895

4tuf lit UU UV HB ti Ibf UU VOL. X. BROTOWOOD TEXAS. THURSDAY FEBRUARY 7 1895. ; NO. 15. v r After February! i we will' occupy the building lately occupied by Ragsdale & Ford and Jones & Churchill in the Center Block West Broadway. We will carry a larger stock than ever and will have much better facilities for waiting on our trade than i u our sales and "sell yo i . - ' . ' (1.. HI A- From Indian Creek. To The Bulletin: A few lines from Indian Creek may be of some interest to your readers. Since the sleet and snow which put a very good season in the ground the farmers have gone to work preparing land for corn and oats with great hope of good nrnna for 1895. Cotton acreage will be cut down some I think from last year and a larger acreage nf corn and oats put in. Our school is progressing nicely under thP. manaeement of our accom plished lady teachers Misses Cora and Mildred Baird assistant. The school has i oUnnrfpd n n to a few davs since when a little measle ex citement cau...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 7 February 1895

e What Makes Hailstones? . The formation of hail through electrical action according to the new theory of Signor Maragoni is a very interesting and even won dentil process. The wind draws out a cloud into a long narrow strip in that form owing to the great amount of service exposed 10 me air the cloud evaporates very rapily and rapid evaporation produces intense cold. Dry particles of snow are then formed and these by the friction with the water-drops quickly be come charged with negative elec tricity. But the water-drops them selves carry positive electricity and since negative attracts positive a film of water is formed upon each snow particle and is instantly froz en into- a layer of ice. At this thickness its outer sur face remains moist the water not freezing so rapidly there where- upon the electrical charge changes lrom negative to positive and the particle is repelled by the water drops and driven to the outer parts ofthe cloud. Here the increased cold covers it with snow ag...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 7 February 1895

One Great Bargain. It 18 or ought to be a pleasure to us to see other men happy and therefore we feel certain that a rather unusual scene described in the Fergus Falls Journal will be enjoyed by all sorts of readers. A dutchman came into the clerk's office with a broad smile on his face and asked for a marriage li cense. "An old dutchman of about Lato Llterarv Naws. Good Word for Americana. OpnfiYal T.nrd Wnlafilfiv makes a Take them as a whole the Amer- mnsf imnnrtnnf. onntrihntion to the icans are the kindest race on the f fhfi p.arth. In SDite of their uiciuiuic ui Wic uuiua-iauuu - - I . ii In an article for the February Cos- eagerness their pusn ineir uebiru mopolitan he discusses the situa- to be m the irom ran at an uuioa tion and does not mince matters in and all seasons tne true Amium 1 TT L snvinrr whnt. f!hina must do in this seldom fails in kindness iie warns emergency. Two other noted for- badly to prevent any one getting fiipn authors contribute interesting head of him...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 7 February 1895

1 Hare You Sam 1 I 2 THE X HANCOCK HOTflY 1 DISC PliOW? I HurlbutH'dware Brown wood Bulletin. .Entered attkeTpostoffice at Brown- wood Tex. m second-class mail matter. Published Eyeky Thursday by WILL E. MAYES. - Editor and Prop'r Publisher's Notice. Mr. Ira Hall who has been fore- isaan of The Bulletin for about seven months past has been made office manager and assistant busi- ness manager for the coming year. He is thoroughly acquainted with everything pertaining to the busi- ness and office management and can make contracts in my name and those having business dealings with the office will find him at all times accommodating and obliging and anxious to please our patrons. Respectfully. ' Will H. Mayes.' Hon. W M. Imboden of Rusk 19' here He has been editor state senator; private secretary to Hor- ace Chilton during the brief so journ of the latter at Washington two years ago and is now district attorney. Imboden is a jolly fel- low. It is said of him that when officiating as pri...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 7 February 1895

RANDOM THOUGHTS. irxi uviuic iiuum u uiu iasnionea dm piacer inere. are .P 1. ? J .!.. mi I many recollections of childhood's aays mat cniBier ana linger m memory nntcmgusto ine past ana making us all the better lor their mental associaUons. When Ithink oi me oig. cneenui. nome-iiKe fireplace around which we gather- ed on the cold winter evenings in that Kentucky home on the farm I have a feeW 'akin to tritv for : ' a x i the children who grow up without ine umueuuu ui uuuuuuauio neartnstone. ana a warm. cracs- uug ure wuu lto uig uv-iu uoiu bright burning coals. 1 he modem stove with its sickening odor of over-heated iron and the hot air or hot water pipes are but poor substitutes for the open hospitable wood fires. In the winter evenings we loved io gamer aoout uie uiu urepiaue sometimes to study our lessons for the next day often to listen to some story read or told by ourlov- ing parents and frequently to en- gage in childish games of "Blind Man's Buff" "Club Fist" "Find- ing th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 7 February 1895

'. Don't find fault. Don't contradict people even i you know you are right. . .uon t be inquisitive about the afiairs of -even your most intimate friends. Dfin't nn1...i. a i ""ucittiu auyming Decause you don't possess it. Don't believe that every one else m tne world is happier than you. uowt conclude that you have never had any opportunity life. in uon't believe one half the evil you hear. Don't repeat gossip e'ven if it does interest a crowd. Don't go untidy on the plea that everybody knows you. " Don't be rud to your inferiors in social position. Don't over or under dress. Don't express a positive opinion unless you perfectly understand what you are talking about. Don't get in the habit of vulgar- izing life by making light of the sentiment in it. Don't jeer at everybody's relig- ious belief. Eugene Fields' Grandmother. Grandma was a pillar in the Congregational chuch writes Eu- gene Fields in a tenderly pathetic reminiscence of his grandmother under the title of "The Wo Who mos...

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