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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 4 March 1907

as: ISjf STORAGE Drink I SECURITY BRAND JAVA andMOCHA COFFEE Packed by r IMPORTERS COFFEE CO. New Orleans CHAS. G1DDEH9 Exclusive Local AjfWBt V AREHOUSE . S. Henley & Co. BROWNWOOD. TEXAS MONDAY MARCH 4 J 907. 1 ww DAILY BULLETIN - E JL The next attraction in the Li "brary course -will be the famous Hawthorn Musical Novelty Co. Friday night March 8th an at- traction that -will crowd the house. Seats -vrill he placed on sale Wednesday. Drinks. The winter has oeen so mild that we have not yet closed our fount in fact trade has beenal- rnost las good during-the winter months as it was last summer. The reason for that is not en tirely chargeable to the mild eather but because of the uality of our drinks. It's the bpinion of the experts that there are none better m all the -state. McMinn Drug Co Gash Cut in the Head With a Beer Bottle. WAS STRANGER IN THE CITY rr- V Wktt Davis of Comanche is the Victim of Cwanlly Anauh in "Uno illey" Last Night. While the church going peo- ple of th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 4 March 1907

mi $ K V deny fm . Neitim excesVSi ' xm Neithe m Mvst seasor The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING CO. Prop. Entered at the BrownwoodjPostotBce as Secoud-ClasB Mail Matter. WiLi. H. Mayes Managing Editor H. F. Mayes Business Manager. C A. TtuwcELL City Editor. E. E. KikkpaTrick Asso. Ed. "W. R. Ddla Foreman Mech. Dept. E. C. SEifz Daily Circulator. Subscription per Month ... 50c Saturday March 2 1907 Announcement. As announced in the Satur- day's issue of the Evening News ineuauy juuetm win assume their contracts for subscriptions. Txday all subscribers of the News will receive the Bulletin. 2n re-arraneing the list and changing carriers there may be some one overlooked. If so you will confer a favor by notifying this office at once Those who are paid in advance on the News "will receive the Bulletin until . their subscription expires. Those whose subscription has already expired will be seen within the next few days. The Bulletin hopes to have all the subscribers of the News re- main o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 4 March 1907

1 r ' I if m 1 11 t) ... ;20 1 4 SPG HJ& IKES REPLY T tands By His Assertions and Asks Some Questions PUNT WILL SHOW PROFIT - Ira Hall Says That City Can Operate B Her Own Plant Sell Current at Half Present Rate and Make Profit. Absence from the citv has prevented my giving your article of February 28th the prompt re- ply I really desired. I will en- deavor to do so during the pres- ent week. You bring in so many points that are not at all materi al to this particular case that you rather becloud the real questions at issue but I will endeavor to reply "to the more important ones. To begin with you class my estimates as theories and as incorrect. Your statement does not prove them incorrect. I claim a 1000 light plant can be successfully operated on this basis: Jngmeer per month $60.00 Helper per month 45.00 an . 60.00 icants 10.00 entals 30.00 keeper and collector . 60. 00 Fuel anthracite pea coal at S9.75 337.00 Total running expense.. 602.00 Now then Boysen Light Com pany in ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 4 March 1907

mi 'in'r- V-IT i The Footwear r t w I x of a Gentleman Quality in a Stetson Shoe stands out all over it you can see it you can feel it. Before buying another pair ask to see Ki it - w 11 JLOOK at It feel the leather Examine the fine stitching. The materials are selected for quality the shoe is made for quality and it shows value that you can see at a glance. Full lines all styles all leathers. For sale by We are showing one of the largest assort- ment of fancy low cut shoes for ladies and gentle- men ever shown in this city. Don't fail to see them. Everything' new and up-to-date. we also have a large line of staple shoes at a price that will interest you. Every shoe we sell is guaranteed to give satisfaction'. Looney Mercantile Company. Wr fr7 w fffiJ I HpHE appearance of the tact stamps the individual &f Ls Frrr.cf Shoesecd that certaj" t uch of cjUty and rrfi-errcTU which gives c f- ..'" tl' cori- plet'est cc-3tj.rr.e. LOONEY MERCANTILE COMAANY. H Full lines all styles all lea...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 4 March 1907

$Gr Platform. Officers and Directors : ' I 1 1 n mmea u m V The sidewalks and depot platforms are mighty slippery at times which results in acoidents to pedestrians but the material Used in the platform of THE BROWNE 00D NATIONAL BANK is not of the slippery kind. It is constructed upon suoh an enduring broad and extensive scale and with a polioy so liberal that all danger of slipping or over orowding is removed. No seats are reserved but all are welcome and there is room for everybody on our platform. Should it become crowded we will add additional room. We have placed on "our platform" ample capital and to this we hare added a large surplus and undivided profits which make "Our Platform" much stronger than it was at the time we started into business. We will continue to build up these supports. We want the business of conservative people and are in a position to assist them with loans from time to time as their needs may demand based on conservative banking rules. We are well prepa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 4 March 1907

Must Keep With the Procession -A. Or at least within hailing distance of it and is only one way of doing it ADVERTISE not one day in the week only hut every day. That question being settled you must then decide on the medium to he 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 hare heen 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 Brownwood people are regular readers of the...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 4 March 1907

T TROPICAL TITBITS. PLAGUE STONES. A DAM BUILT ON END. TIDES OF THE OCEAN. ANCIENT FINANCE. Ji. f it v 1 ji 1 fcath Liable to Follow a Sudden Outburst of Temper. FRENZY MAY SPELL SUICIDE A Chemical Poison Is Created In ths System When One Indulges In a Fit ef Rage Famous Men Who Haw Oied In a Moment of Passion. Death frequently follows a sudder lit of anger. Persons who ;irc oti.e. Wise sensible ami even philosophic:. indulge ut times in this suicidal a; profitless pastime. The Emperor Nera died at the age of nixty-MX. from iVe resulting from a tit o anger. I'.j . HI. who occupied the papal thro.: from ir31 to ami who was coiimw crcd one of the most intelligent a..- liberal as well as jnst of iiopes. dit from a sudden fit of anger while i:l braiding 'Cardinal Alessandro Farnese. who had proved false to his friends and benefactor. The emperor of Valentinian while addressing a deputation of baekslidkt Germans allowed his angry emotkm to get the upper hHud of his comnu . sense-and fell...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 4 March 1907

9 Ml J x. City Announcements. For Marshal: GEO. AV. WILSON (Re-election.) W. T. HOSKINSON ... . BOB TERRELL. For Tax Assessor and Collector: glyde Mcintosh (Re-election.) . For City?Attorney: - E. J. MILLER WILL J. SCOTT (Re-election) For City Recorder: RrH. FOSTER. For City Treasurer: LOUISE. WALKER. (Re-election.) Brownwood Pure phone 164. Food Dairy Charcoal at Looney 's grocery. Call phone 164 Pure Food Dairy. Brownwood J. W. McCulley went to Lome- ta Saturday on business. We have it if it's in town fresh country produce. Looney Mer- cantile Co. i Rev. Gaines Hall occupied the First Presbyterian pulpit at Cole- man yesterday. Grandma Ditzler is reported quite ill at the home of Mrs. Dr. fiarpham Star Brand Shoes are better We walk on Stars so can you. Looney Mercantile Co. .Walter Caldwell the hustling! Menard ville land agent was tihe city yesterday on a visit. in W. O. McWhorter returned Sunday from a business trip to San Angelo. V Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Coggin have been to Zephyr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 5 March 1907

t--i..j ; DAILY BULLETIN. BLIC STORAGE Drink SECURITY BR.AND JAVA andMOChA COJb FEE Packed b. IMPOR.TERS COFFEE CO.. Now Orleans. CHAS. GIDDENS. Exclusive l.-irol At WAREHOUSE. .B. Henley & Co. i Phonv 2. VOL: 7. BROWNWOOD TEXAS TUESDAY MARCH 5 1907. NO. 120 1 ' I I k m aw r i 1' r ' n fir II '... Foundthe Horse. Maury Hall who went to Bangs yesterday in an effort to recover the missing horse in the team stolen from the Dupree stable has succeeded in locating the horse but bad to furnish proof as -to ownership before he could talle the animal. He will prob- ably be home tonight bringing the horse with him. Candies For several days we have been out of the Famous Allegretti can- dies bu.t a shipment was receiv- ed this morning and we are pre pared to fill orders in any quan- WKdy on the market. There are jpome makes that sell for more 7 but are no better than Allegretti's f ' A trial order win 1 t&this. convince HI Mr Minn l)vi6 f ft H y All Linen j .. -feiBMa8 f B U " COLLARS...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 5 March 1907

m h '1 The Daily Bulletin HAYES PKINTING CO. Prooa. Satered at the BrownwoodlPostotfice as Second-Class Mail Matter. VillH. Mayes Managing K?Uor H. F. Mayes Business Manager. C A. Tdnnelx City Editor. E. E. Kirkpatrick Asso. Ed. W. R. Dula Foreman Mech. Dept. E. C. Shitz Daily Circulator. Sabcription per Month 50c Tuesday Maroh 5 1907 -ooooooooooo' i I General News I s OOOOOOOOOOOO A 2000 barrel oil well was Tsrought in at Batson. J. B. Thomas was killed by his -team near Gonzales. Mrs. J. K. Hughes shot her- self at Troy and death will en- sue. Women matadors were the fea- ture at Juarez and they acquitt- ed themselves about as well as men. usually do. The St Petersburg police found enough explosives m the quar tiers of the university of students to blow up the city. A passenger train on the Gal- yeston Houston and -Henderson was derailed but no damage was done. Jot Gunter accepted the ap- pointment to membership on the democratic state executive com- mittee. Sixty solid carloads o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 5 March 1907

WAHTS AN ANSWER CitijAsks Boysen Light Com- panyA to Make Statements 3 ASKS WHO PAID THE TAXES Ira W. Hall Says He Would like to Have Boysen light Company Either Deny or Acknowledge. he Boysen Light Company says that a large portion' of the cost of operating a light plant does not consist in the generat- ing of current only but in IN- SURANCE TAXES INTEREST on investment etc. I will admit that but somebody has to pay those things whether in private or municipal plant. Who paid the taxes on Boy- sen's plant last year? Who paid the interest on Boy- sen's plant last year? Who paid the insurance on Boysen's plant last year? I paid my full share when I paid from 17 to 20 cents per kilowatt for current that cost them according to their fijrures r - jss than 5 cents to produce. STOU PAID YOUR FULL ARE when you paid your it bills just as much as if you rbeen paying it into the city mry. You also paid INTER- INSURANCE TAXES fAGEMENT DEPRECIA- r ETC. on a gas plant that Joysen says will not m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 5 March 1907

-r- B dHHIflMHMMMCK!? JSMMflURVflHBBHBIb - jk nfliMHHSflHHRiK 4mHttHMBHB H vv Mmi 4HEMHMS1I MMi flHHHHM iB flBBBBV Wiv m t ' The Footwear of a Gentleman Quality in a Stetson Shoe stands out all over it you can see it you can feel it. Before buying another pair ask to see 'staM feel the leather Examine the fine stitching. The materials are selected for quality the shoe is made for quality and it shows value Full lines all styles The Daily Bulletin - MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors. Entered at the Brownwood Postoffiee as Second Class Mail Matter. Subscription Per Month WILL H. MAYES Managing- Editor ff. P. MAYES Business Manager. C. A. TUN NELL. City Editor. IE. C. SEITZ. Daily Circulator. E. E. KIR KHATR 1 CK Associate Ed itor. . . " W. R. DT7LA. Foreman Mech. Dept. KNOCKING WEST TEXAS. Some of the papers in East Texas feel that they owe it to . 'their readers to be everlastingly knocking West Texas. When a good citizen of theHoney Grove section gets tired carrying around about te...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 5 March 1907

1 Platform. I 1 Tbe sidewalks and depot platforms are mighty elippery at times whioh results in acoidents to pedestrians but the material used in the platform of THE BROWNE 00D NATIONAL BANK is not of the slippery kind. It is oonstruoted upon auoh an enduring broad and extensive scale and with a policy so liberal that all danger of slipping or over crowding is removed. No seats are reserved but all are welcome and there is room for everybody on our platform. Should it beoome crowded we will add additional room. have placed on "our platform" ample capital and to this we have added a large surplus and undivided profits which make "Our Platform" much-stronger than it was at the time we started into business. We will continue to build up these supports. We want the business of conservative people and are in a position to assist them with loanB from time to time as their needs may demand based on conservative banking rules We are well prepared with a complete equipment to please tbe most...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 5 March 1907

mm f J - :" ' b ! - ' . . ""5' .."" s; . V r .-fr -if -v s:V';-' - - CV-- - v.. -.4 . I 1 U Must Keep With the Procession " ' V-.. - "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. VI e 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 strouger 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...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 5 March 1907

T 4n ii II i i . The Kindness of the Poor. Tho old adage that tin poor are V. . hest fttlYds- of tl.e poor was instance s n tilL4r-v ot !1 l:itorin:litl. who Is a yJi$jSviJxv "w-ltl two children to aBappcLjftos Ji .nnfthi sickness the younger of the children died and. the young mother's hunk account haing Jbeen depleted from defraying the ex jpenses of the weeks or medicine and doctor's visits she was obliged to eon- tract a deby at the undertaker's. After that she paid a small monthly install- ment until the lull was half settled when one day there eame through the mall a receipt for the remainder. Th receipt was accompanied by a badly written and blotted note from a scrub- woman in a la rye uptown hotel who knew of the trouble knew the family and the circumstances anil in her note explained that she had no family nor near relatives and that she eanu-1 enough to support herself and that she wanted to use this surplus money j'" the little mother who needed all that she could make ex...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 5 March 1907

City Announcements. .- For Marshal: GEO. W. WILSON (Re-election.) - . W. T. HOSKINSON BOB TERRELL. ; For'Tax Assessor and Collector: V' GLYDE McINTOSH XRe-election.) . For Gity Attorney: . E. J. MILLER . WILL J. SCOTT - -." .." (Re-election) ' -jFdr City Recorder: ' R. H. POSTER. ; For City Treasurer: LOUIS E. WALKER. " V (Re-election.) Steve Hayes of Zephyr is in the city today on business. Brownwood Pure phone 164. Food Daily ; Hawthorne Musical Club Fri- . day night. Read ad on editorial page. :." Gall phone 164 Brownwood Pure Food Dairy. .'. Check seats tomorrow for Hawthorne Musical Club Friday aglit at library. We have it if it's in town fresh tsountry produce. Looney Mer- snnt;ile Co. . Deputy Sheriff C. W. Boon of tBangs was in the city yesterday to take the oath of office- Mr. 6oon reports things at Bangs as progressing lively. Star Brand Shoes are better. We walk on Stars so can you. Looney Mercantile Co. Mrs. Percy Scott Mrs. M. Har- rison Misses Mabel Campbell and Vivian...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 6 March 1907

.5V '. i:"V- - ; $ .v ;. wrA--.it - PUSDiJC STORAGE WAREHOUSE E. B. Henley & Co. Phone 2. DAILY BULLETIN. Drink I SECURITY BR. AND I JAVA AndMOCHA COFFEE J Packed by IMPORTERS COFFEE CO. ; New Orleans CHAS G1DDENS t Exclusive Local Agent Jf VOL. 7. BROWNWOOD. TEXAS WEDNESDAY. MARCH 6 J 907. NO. X2X if Free Band Concert. The Brownwood band will give a free concert at the Majestic to- morrow night. The music ren- dered by the band boys Monday night was excellent and no doubt there will be a large crowd out tomorrow night to enjoy the con- cert. Hear the steel Marimbapho ne 'at Library Friday night Candies REFUSED Jl BAIL Man Who is Accused of Murder- ing Ben Tanner Has Examin- ing Trial. WITNESSES TELL DETAILS For several days we have been out of the Famous Allegretti can- dies but a shipment was receiv- ed this morning and we are pre pared to fill orders in any quan- tity - Remember it is the best candy on the market. There are some makes that sell for more tut are no better than...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 6 March 1907

lit m The Daily Bulletin KAYKS PRINTING CO.. Props. Catered at the Brownwood Postoffice aB Second-Class Mail Matter. W.liLH. Mayes Managing. Editor H. P. Mayes Business Manager. C A TtWNELt. City Editor. E. E. Kirkatrick Asso. Ed. W. R. Ddla Foreman Mech. Dept. E. C. Seitz Daily Circulator. Subscription per Month 50c Wednesday March 6 1907 2ooooooooooio4'0 o f General News I 2 6 I'OOOOOOOO-fOOOOO Mrs. Musidore Morgan Sayre a sister of United States Senator Morgan of Alabama died at Mo- bile aged 90 years. The senate unanimously adopts - conference report on Mr. Loon- y's bill to secure evidence of the operation of trusts in Texas. Five bookmakers at Hot . Springs race track were arrested in raid made by township consta- ble and open betting was stop- ped The cost of the Bailey investi- gation to be borne by the state is $4137.70 to date and will :reach fully $10000 when the committee reports are printed in the house journal. The house passes to engross- . ment the bill for the care ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 6 March 1907

1 InQpcence That Is Childlike and Bland. ra W. Hall GiOes Some Figures in Defense of the lirotfmOood Water Works and Says Thinas About The Boysen Light Company says that we ACTUALLY PAID $5606 last year in taxes for our much talked of water system. 'And we furl&srcaid $14000 for water rentals. Aikof which is admitted. But talk about "inno- cence that is chilcl like and bland." Let's see hoVthe books balance. It has beenj publicly stated and I have never heard it denied that Brownwood has the lowest water rate of any town in Texas except one. Would we have the same low price if our water system were in the hands of a private corporation. Let's see. Brownwood last year re- ceived less than ten cents per thousand gallons for the water she pumped into her mains. 'A When the dam is finished the ity win nave about $i4Uuuu in- Icost her 10 cents ner thons- and gallons for water and $5606 in taxes. These two items will ! 1 after while give the city the plant absolutely free from debt No...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 6 March 1907

Gents rurnistiirig 1 I I i u mm Wii mm mt . mm mmmmit i Our Gents Furnishing Department is complete. We sell the very best that money can buv. When vou huv of us voiir mav know that vou are oettine the best for the least money. New things are coming in every day nobby shapes in Stetson Hats Neck: V? TT fTTT T 1. I . A 1 f 11 Of t- !X. .. I T T 1 " wear rancy nan nose oeits. newest styles m 4-piy sonars oniris ingu giue .noerwear Fancy Low Cut Shoes an'd in fact everything you could wish for. Ask to see the Faultless Day Shirt r Looney Mercantile Co j The Daily Bulletin . MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors. Entered at the BrownwOod Postoffice as Second Class Mail Matter. on which our town is often congratulated. A public spirited citi- zenship is something of which a town should be proud. Subscription Per Month 70c WILL H-. MAYES. Managing Editor. ;H:ijF. MAYES. Business Manager. C. A. TUN X ELL. City Editor. E. Q. SEITZ. Daily Circulator. E. E. KIRKPATRICK. Associate Editor. ' . AV....

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