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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 23 February 1907

5 A T TTHMHRTT 17Q M H X M m X X m x in common with machinery of all kinds frequently need repairs. We are fully prepared for that line of work as well as for supplying parts or repairing any kind of ma- chinery Our Machine Shop is equipped with the latest improved machinery and no job is too small too large or too intricate for our facilities. All kinds of bla iksmithing executed promptly. Horse- shoeing a specialty. x : w I J TSC 1 1 jj West Side of Public. Square. J XXXXXXXXXXXX'XXXXXXXXXXXXXX Trying Out the Dogs. Sheriff McConnell Dr. J. F. Talbert and others were out Tuesday for a trial run with the bloodhounds belonging to Dr. Talbert and loaned to the sheriff for use when the need arises to run down criminals. A negro was given about two hours start of the dogs and these had no trpuble in trailing and treeing him. On Monday they were tried in an effort to catch a burglar who entered a house in East San Angelo but for some jeason could not find the trail. These are fine dogs a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 23 February 1907

V r K The Daily Balktin AYH 'tfjTING CO.. Props. K? mi t RrownwoqdJPostoffice as -w' -Class Mail Matter. &fiirk H. Mavks .Managing Editor H. F. Mayes Business Manager. . Tdnnem City Editor. A H. Cmapis Advertising Mgr. rA R. Dula Foreman Mech. Dept. k- 7. i:u'-CircnlRtor. -- f: "it . i Month Fridav Fenruary 22 1907 o o o . o General News t-ooofroob o o o S. H Sharp Fort Worth a carpenter was struck by aJ freight engine of the Missouri Kansas & Texas railway com- pany Friday morning and killed almost instantly. Dr. Sherwood B. Ives of New York an oarsman who accident- ally shot himself at Albuqurque plunged the needle with which he had been vainly probing for the bullet into a vital organ and died almost instantly. The schoolhouse at Pleasant . Valley three miles south of Temple was badly damaged by fire which was caused by a de- fective metal flue. Half of the roof was destroyed before the blaze was extinguished. The fire j was finally nut out by the stu dents. Governor Folk...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 23 February 1907

A 7 I ? I r I George Washington9 s Hatchet George was a little boy. He had a little hatchet. He cut down a Cherry tree. Because ; " Why did Geo rge 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 Cherry 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 - 5 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 arid we want your business. ; The Brownwood National Bank. FINED FIVE DOLLARS . W. A. DeLaney Declared Guilty in City Court-Yesterday. CUT ATTORNEY WINS CASE Peculiar Case Where Three White Men Swore ThatfNegro Did the ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 23 February 1907

City Announcements. For Marshal: ... . GEO. W. WILSON (Ro-elprtinrO . W. T. HOSKINSOX- por Tax Assessor and Collector: CLYDE McTXTOSH. (Re-election.) For City Attorney: E. J. MILLER . WILL J. SCOTT (Re-election) 'For City Recorder: . ' . R. H. FOSTEI Por City Treasurer: LOUIS E. WALKER. (Re-election.) T. B. Speed is quite ill with a severe attack of pneumonia. . Mrs. B. A. Fowler returned last night from a visit to friends at Goldthwaite. Mrs. I. B. Stanford is serious 'home on Jackson street. . Felix Jackson left last night for Houston where he will spend " several days on business. J. H. Wilder has gone to Chi- cago where he will spend some three weeks or more on business. 'Mr. and Mrs. S. K. Hart of Springfield Missouri are in the city on a visit to Mr. and Mrs. -S. R. Coggin. V. W. McCullough a former citizen of Brownwood but now diving a't Galveston was in the city yesterday on business. Rev. Tom Lampkin pastor of -the Coleman Mission church is in the city today en route to Fai...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 25 February 1907

1 -.. . 3 . - - . J .. . :. PbmiC STORAGE WAREHOUSE E. B. Henley & Co. Fiione 2. DAILY BULLETIN Drink SECURITY BRAND JAVA end MOCHA COFFEEt Pack4 by IMPORTERS COFFEE CO.t New Orleans. CHAS. GIDDENSi Exclusive Local Agnt 11 11 22 VOL. 7. BROWNWOOD. TEXAS. MONDAY FEB. 25 1907. NO. JJ3 n- K f Knights Templar. I hereby call a meeting of the Commandery for- 7:30 p m Tues- day night February 26th for the purpose of conferring thelorder of the Red Gross Members of Brownwood Commandery are re- quested and visiting Sir Knights are invited to attend. D. E. Johnson. E. C. ANOTHER MAJESTIC Bud Rhone Will Open One at Comanche Soon. Drinks. The whiter lias been so mild that we have not yet closed our fount in fact trade has been al most as good during the winter months as it was last summer. 'The reason for that is not en tirely chargeable to the mild D weather but because of the quality of our drinks. It's the opinion of the experts that there are none better in all the state. McMinn Drug Co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 25 February 1907

r - t "If""" The Daily Bulletin MATHS PRINTING CO.. Props. Entered at theBrownwoodJPostofficeas Second-Class Mail Matter. WillH. Mayes Managing Editor H. F. Maves Business Manager. a A. Tunneia City Editor. A.H. ChaPin Advertising' Mgr. W. R. Ddla. Foreman Mech. Dept. E. C. Skitz Daily Circulator. Subscription per Month 50c Monday February 25 1907 About City light Plant Regarding the municipal own- ership of a light plant I under- stand that the Boysen people suggest that they will likely pre- vent the city from making thej 'contract contemplated through . the necessary legal channels. To this I can only say that the city -will be represented by competent legal authority and that the stTv-hnlriers need rear no mis take on that score. The Boysen light company does not control fht- entire -suddIv in this line as they have in lighting matters. Again the Boysen people have been told threaten that they will inaugurate such a war of prices that a municipal plant cannot exist. My reply to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 25 February 1907

ARBOR DAY ADDRESS. Fellov Wax E URpa by Wax Delivered at Park Cele- Rev. Jno. Power. SomeVears ago I went into a store to buy a cane. The stock was run low and the assortment was poor. But so far as I knew that was the only place in the town at which I couldobtain what I wanted. I turned over the half dozen or so of canes and said "There is not much choice here.' The store keeper re- plied "Don't you think there is too much?" I saw the point and laughingly took the best I had been but one I should not have been troubled with any choice. When I recieved u day or two ago Mr. Mayes' note asking me to make a short address on this "occasion on any subject 1 saw fit I felt as if I should be glad to have my selection more limited; glad that Mr. Mayes should have taken a leaf out of tire book of my storekeeper. There were all things in heaven and earth at my disposal and subjects llitted round me as thick as the shades round Aeneas in the cave. But how to catch one and hold it: that was the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 25 February 1907

I r DONT FORGET '1 That we have the most up to date line of Ladies Neckwear Belts Handbags Combs also a large line of .Ladies Shirt Waists of the very newest styles. A large assortment of Tailor-made Skirts. Don't fail to see them. V Looncy Mercantile Co. The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors. Entered at the Brownwood Poetoffice as Second-Class Mail Matter. Subscription Per Month ..50c WILL H. MAYES Managing Editor. H. P. MAYES Business Manager. . C. A. TUtfNELL City Editor A H. CHAPIN. Advertising Mgr. E. E. KIRKPATRICK E. C. SEITZ Daily Circulator. . Associate Editor. W. R. DULA Foreman Mech. Dept. BAILEYS' LAW PRACTICE. ' During his campaign of denunciation in Texas last fall Sena- tor Joe Bailey scored in the severest terms any lawyer who would accept a fee from a trust and said that while he would practice law for JL Clay Pierce the head of the Waters-Pierce Oil Co. and for whomsoever else he pleased he would not represent a trust In his testimony at Austin it h...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 25 February 1907

introduce Your Friends. Officers and Directors: T. C. YANTIS President J. C. WEAKLEY 1st Vice Pres. J. A. WALKER 2nd Vice Pres. MILLARD ROMINES Cashier WM. B. CROSS Asst. Cashier G. N. HARRISON H. T WILLIAMS I When vou realiTe how much benefit it has been to you to have the facilities of agood bank at your disposal consider whether or not you jean do soZ mS advantage of carrying a bank account by introducing him to the officers of the-bank. A little missionarv work swSdOTSte nothing is appreciated by the bank and may be the turning point ma friend's career starting him on the Wt.mMffiteSprf to this bank and invite you to do so Remember we have ample capital and a W valuable papers We request that o nue eeii "m mi linSo- A nfhpv vflliifiblp naDers to be nlaced in our fire and burglar-proof vaults. We keep them with- you bring us your deeds wills insurance policies and otnei papers to Yvs atjti WR watt Wr UTTSTNF-SR out charge. . Safety lock boxes furnished to customers free. WE KfcOW...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 25 February 1907

r J 4. ' V IE BRITISH FOURTH England's Equivalent of Our Ins? pendence Day. THE LEGACY OF GUY FAWKE&. Foiled In His Attempt to Blow Up the Houses of Parliament the Gunpowder Plot Conspirator Gave to the English Boy a Joyous Holiday. The day In England most nearly cor responding with the American Fourth of July in its manner of celebration is Guy Fawkes day Not. f5 the auni vcrsary of the attempt to blow up thi British houses of parliament king lords and commons by Guy Fawkes hi lUOo. The celebration although grad ually losing its national and historical :JBignificanee is still observed as a holi day by children in many parts of the country. For several weeks before "the Fifth ihe lads scour the countryside for tree trunks and branches boxes barrels anything that will burn in fact and tliey trail their finds to some old ham .miles away where they are stored in anticipation of the great day and guarded with a zeal that often leads to pretty stiff fights. Marauders from other local...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 25 February 1907

- t - is; 1 II Must Keep Pace With the Procession . - - "V. Or at least within hailing distance of it and there is only one way of doing it---ADVERTISE not one day in the week only but every day. That question being settled you must then decide on the medium to be used for money in- vested in a poor medium is money thrown away. As the proper medium to use one that will bring results we submit for your consideration the Daily Bulletin. We have been in the field for nearly seven years which is sufficient evi- dence that we are a fixture and that the people have confi- dence in us. During that time we have weathered some severe storms and have always come out the stronger for the trial. Our circulation for the first two or three years was small because the people hesitate to subscribe for that which may not survive long enough for them to get the value of their money. But in the past two or three years our sub- scription list has steadily grown until the great majority of the Brown woo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 25 February 1907

IV J (City Announcements. For Marshal: GEO. "W. WILSON (Re-election.) W. T. HOSKINSON BOB TERRELL lor Tax Assessor and Collector: . . CLYDE McINTOSH . (Re-election.) .For City? Attorney: E. J. MILLER WILL J. SCOTTT (Re-election) f" j?or City Recorder: R. H. FOSTER. For City Treasurer: LOUIS E. WALKER. (Re-election.) PERSONAL. Ed Thompson and family went to Goldthwaite this morning. Dr. R. A. Lindley of San Saba spent Sunday in Brownwood. Misa Agnes Power returned last nieht from a visit to friends at Comanche. Rupert Batton returned this morning from a visit to Dallas and Fort Worth. DeWitt McClelland of the West Texas Land Company went to Fort Worth Saturday night for a brief visit. Dr. C. S. Jackson came home Saturday evening from a profes- sional trip to Coleman and Bal- linger. - Dr. R. A. Lindley of San Saba enent yesterday in the city with friends returning to his home this morning. Harry Speed returned toGoldth- waite this morning after spending Sunday in the oity with home f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 26 February 1907

Wf I" An LLETI Drink SECURJTY BRAND JAVA SLUd MOCHA COFFEE. Packs hy IMPORTERS COFFEE CO. PUfcLlC STORAGE REHOUSE E. B. Henley & Co. Fken 2. New Orleans CH AS GlDDEKf. I JSxciHsive iiocai Agmnz VOL 7. BROWNWOOD. TEXAS. TUESDAY FEB. 26 1907. NO. 114 N. V 1 l DAILY BU - Jno. "W. Newton of Cross Cut was in town today and while here called at the Bulletin office to have his name enrolled a9 one of those wanting seed oorn under the plan outlined some days ago. A number of the leading farm- ers of theoounty are planning for Oiggerand better crops next year. Drinks The 'winter has been so mild that we have-not yet closed our fount in fact trade has been al- most as good during the winter months as it was last summer. The reason for that is not en "rely chargeable to the mild juality of our drinks. It's the are none better in all the state. McMinn Drug Co. A MAN WITH MANY BOGUS BANK CHECKS Passed for a Millionaire Wanted -to Buy Land and was Slated to Wed a Blanket Girl. . taking in the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 26 February 1907

4 V Tie Daily Bulletin MATES PRINTING CO.. Props. Satered at the Brownwood'Postoffice aB - Second-Glass Mail Matter. WnxH. Mayes Managing Editor H. F. Mayes Business Manager a A. TONNEU. City Editor. A. H. Chapxh AdvertisinMgr- W. R. Duia Foreman Mech. Dept. M. C. SEITZ Daily Circulator. fiBbacription per Month .50c Tuesday February iKW Poooooooooofo. o o General News o 9 The' Mexican planters com- plain of inability to find a market Stfr their crops. little information is reaching the outside world from the Cen- tral American -war. The striking boilermakers of the Missouri Pacific ignored the company's notice. George B. Savage has retu rned from a "weeks business trip to San Saba and Brady. Three Austin dental ofiices were entered by burglars and gold plate to the value of about $200 "was stolen. The little one and one half year old daughter of H. Durst of Crockett -was burned to death at Midway Friday ' and taken to Crockett for burial beside two others that have gone before it wi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 26 February 1907

I It' r San Hicmis Was Once Peopled by a Race of Indians. AN ENIGMA OF THE PACIFIC. On This arren Wave Swept Sand Dune Are Mounds of Shells and Bone: and Stone implements Monuments of a Lost Race of Ancient People. About eighty miles due northwest ''or Sau Fedro in California lies- .a desert islaud that "has all the combined romance of the ages in its history. It Is rarely visited and has but a siuirlc inhabitant yet it has a peculiar fa?- f cination for many people. The very ele iinents seem to conspire to make the place forbidden jis it almost invariably i blows a 'gale of wind in the vicinity and when one reaches the inhospitable island there is no bay or harbor for a I. craft much larger than a rowboat. The island is about seven miles long by two or three in width and rises to & height of 800 to 1000 feet iu th? center Wind swept forbidding haunt ed by the spirits of storute it dot's not invite inspection and appears to haw leen cursed by the elements yet de spite this the i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 26 February 1907

Mi in ii I : " B1 LM V BEfci CT -.w I Ni r i myymymy- - ofearr .r ; ' V - f.vUY-J1----. Vv v;V . I y thebat . . '"' - - V fe:vV';; V;.- s- - 1. 1 have tht of carr the bat itothl Ws That 'We s have the ast lip to date line of Ladies Neckwear Belts Handbags Combe also a large line of JLadies Shirt Waists of the very newest styles. A large assortment of Tailor-made Skirts. Don't fail to see them. Looncy Mercantile Co. - . - - - . 00Q0 440404'Q4Q0 The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors. Entered at the Brownwood Postoffioe as Seoond-Class Mail Matter. Subscription Per Month. ..50c WILL H. MAYES Managing Editor. H. F. MAYES Business Manager. C. A..TUNNELL City Editor H. CHAPIN Advertising- Mgr. E. E. KIRKPATRICK E. C. SEITZ Daily Circulator. Associate Editor. W. R. DULA Foreman Mech. Dept. ' LIBRARIES HELPFUL TO TOWNS. The public library is well stocked with good books light fiction heavy fiction historical 'works scientific works and many miscellaneous books. These long ni...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 26 February 1907

9H 7 When you realize how do somft fripnfl a trnnH t.-nyn missionary work of this Kind costs you nothing is appreciated by the bank and may be the turning point m a f rientt s care right road to prosperity. We shall thank yoa to bring your friends to this bank and invite you to do so. Remember we naV0j large surplus and are therefore in a position to take care of your friend's business" letat be large or small. We have every kind of equipment necessary for the safe guarding of the bank's tfunds and the keeping of valuabrepapers. We request that you bring us. your deeds drills insurance policies and other valuable papers to be placM in our fire and ?PT3Si0We keep them ' h" out charge. Safety lock "boxes furnished to customers free. WE KNOW YOUR WANTS AND WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS. LMan With Many . Bogus Bank Checks. (Continued from pase 1.) could not give bail for appear- ance tomorrow explaining that he had a very important engage- ment to fill at Blanket. He "was asked if he could furn...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 26 February 1907

1 J I 7 . .V Old-Time Stage Tr John Lewis a Veteran Who lates His San Antonio Express. One of the interesting: oharao- ters and old timers of San Antonio Is John Lewis. He resides at Houston and Naoogdoohes streets. John Lewis was bdrri in Pitta -bare Pa. seventy-five years ago. He first began to handle the reins of stage teams in the 40's driving from Arkansas to Kansas City Mo. He came to Texas -with the late. Charles Carter who was founder of the transfer busi- ness in this oity. Lewis first drove in Texas in 1850 on the route between Crockett and Mar- shall He drove on that route for five years. When he came to this country it was sparsely set tled. There were no pasture fences then. All stock grazed at will being occasionally round- ed up or herded and separated by the owners when driven off over the trail to the market. "There was not muoh attention paid to road building in those days. In fact the roads were hardly worth being oalied suoh. They were little mora than trails. We...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 26 February 1907

- XT'. .."'"' .V "-4 . - - i . ; . - - -... e. - '. . . " '-uOb&u ." ft - -.v. Ms .. ;. i I ' ft I .1 With the Procession Or at least within hailing distance of it and there is only one way of doing it ADVERTISE not one day in the week only but every flay. That question being settled you must then decide on the medium to be used for money in- vested in a poor medium is money thrown away. As the proper medium to use one that will bring results we submit for your consideration the Daily Bulletin. We have been in the field for nearly seven years which is sufficient evi- dence that we are a fixture anil that the people have confi- dence in us. During that time we have weathered some severe storms and have always come out the stronger for the trial. Our circulation for the first two or three years was small because the people hesitate to subscribe for that which may not survive long enough . for them to get the value of their money. But in the past two or three years our sub- scripti...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 26 February 1907

J GEO. W. WILSON . (Re-election.) W. T.HOSKINSON BOB TERRELL. 'For Tax Assessor and Collector: - ; CLYDE McINTOSH (Re-election.) For City Attorney: E. J. MILLER WILL J. SCOTT (Re-election) - 4!Fr City Recorder: R. H. POSTER. ; JFtor City Treasurer: LOUIS E. WALKER v (Re-election.) PERSONAL. A;i 'Chester Key is in Brady today v on business. J. L. Brewer is a visitor in " Brownwood today. Jaok Sav8ge of Brady was over last night on business. E. F. Tillman of Sonora is in ... the city today on business. Demp Bransoum and Rufe Car. roll of Brady were visitors in the r oity last nignt. ; Mrs. Austin Benham of Brady passed through the city this jriorning enroute home from St. Louis where she has been to market. Miss Addie Baker returned to her home at San Saba this morn- ... ing after a very pleasant visit to ' her brother Jas. H. Baker in the ; pity. 3. M. Early and wife of Ken- tucky have arrived it the oity to make this their future home. They are the parents of the Early -boys of this...

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