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

if J ts' Nests Lined With Money Workmen tearing down the petition between two rooms in the farm house of Jacob Zimmer in Bloomfield N. J. discover-: ed a rat's nest in a corner and found it had been constructed out of currency of various denominations. . The money was made up of bills ranging from $1 ro $20 and all were in a mutilated condition. The money destroyed was hid away in the. house for safe keeping. . Moral: Place your money in some good bank where neither rats nor thieves can break through and steal. Bfring your money to this bank and receive a pass book-without charge. WE KNOW YOUR WANTS AND WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS. The Brownwood National Bank Officers and Directors : T. C. YANTIS President J. C. WEAKLEY 1st Vice Pres. J. A. WALKER 2nd Vice Pres. MILLARD ROMINES Cashier WM. B. CROSS Asst. Cashier G. N. HARRISON H. T WILLIAMS. aire IE I Many Matters of Importance i Were Attended To. MORE HE FOR LIGHTS Committee on the Subject ot Municipal Light r$S. Plant Asked for and Were...

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

Sch are Su. A. 1.1- "What York?" o you sblp It It l.r.l!nfn -(tint VfW "We bar jq pound for H. You Must Keep 4 Pace 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 day. That question being settled you must then decide on the medium to be used for money in- Tested 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 e weathered some severe storms and have always coine 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- scr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 6 March 1907

J SERIES. YET FUNNY UNCONSC"j HUMOR THAT HELPS Tolw SPICE IN LIFE. me Example of Delightful Incon- itien In Siicakliis. Writlnc nml WaintinK Tlmt Appeal Stronirt to e Sense of tin- Kiuiniloiix. ithing Las added more to the merri- t of the worlil than the uninlen ""J unconscious ltuiuor of writers At speakers ami. in fact all classes to conditions of men and women. aj. bere Is none so dolightfu'. It far Jis in nrth provoking quality the. Parjslooded humor of the professional; in fe Americans are a fun loving poi and we must and will have our ft. "HIC vtut; t;ns r.ml 1L1J Vl'i c.l rrnfii- "With II niir wimrv r7..i. anfl. unrest we n.re not a dull ehoe: ifss people. Sour faced fellows yeli.c.v id dyspeptic arc to be met with in pmr cars ami u our streets bur they Fare not tiie type of the American for he is as ready for a langh as for a .peculation as fond of a joke as an office." And the joke is ll the more enjo.v able when it is spontaneous. The great tT the stress ntl strain of life...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 6 March 1907

Y I IL City' Announcements. For Marshal: GEO. AV. WILSON (Re-election.) W. T. HOSKINSOK BOB TERRELL. IFor'Pax Assessor and Collector: clyde Mcintosh ..; . (Re-election.) . . . IPor City Attorney: V ..." E.J. MILLER . 5. WILL J. SCOTT : (Re-election) ; ;: Por City Recorder: R. H. POSTER. For City Treasurer: . LOUIS E. WALKER. 1 . (Re-election.) Charcoal at Looney 's grocery Little Miss Jim Lyles is re- ported sick with the measles. Brownwood Pure plione 164. Food Dairy DeWitt McClelland went to San Antonio last night for a short visit Our business is to sell goods what is your? Looney Mercantile JQo. Try "REBER'S" KRAUT and eOMINY. Tou will find it first- dlass. Htiwthorne Musical Club Fri- : . jdtty night. Read ad on editorial page. City Attorney Will J. Scott .went to Fort Worth last night on Jejral business. Call phone 1G4 Brownwood Pure Food Dairy. Edwin Power of Brownwood has succeeded G. F. Kornegay as local cotton buyer for Crawford & Byrne. San Angelo Standard. We have it...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 7 March 1907

4a DAILY BULLETIN. Drink I SECURITY BR-AND I JAVA jxndMOCHA COFFEE j Packed by ? . IMPOR.TERS COFFEE CO. i New Orleans. CHAS. GIDDENS. f Kxclnsive Local Ajseiit I PUBLIC STORAGE WAREHOUSE. E. B. Henley & Co.. V Phone 2. NO. 122 )L. 7. BROWNWOOD. TEXAS. THURSDAY. MARCH 7 1907. A fine boy" was born yesterday to Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Dougan at the home of Mrs. Dougan's parents Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Burt In Coggin Addition. Hawthornes filled Bush Tem- ple at Dallas. Audience enthusi- astic Library Friday night 50 cents. City Election Near No Council Candidates Candies For several days we have been out of the Famous Allecrretti can- dies but a shipment was receiv- ed this morning and we are pre pared to fill orders ?n any quan- tity Remember it is the best candy on the market. There are r-some makes that sell for more butTare no better than AHegretti's A trial order will convince you $ of this McMinn Drug Co. Three Members of the Present City Gouncil Will Retire and-No One Has Offered to T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 7 March 1907

E The Daily Bulletin MA.YKS PRINTING CO.. Proos. Entered at the Brown wood Postoffice as Second-Clasa Mail Matter. WillH. Mayes Managing Editor H. P. MaveS Business Manager. C A. Tdnneli. City Editor. E. E. KlRKPATRH'K. Assb. Fd. W; H. DurA Foreman Mech. Dept. E. C. Seitz Daily Circulator. Subscription per Month 50c Thursday Maroh 7 1907 Pour of the Central American republics are lined up against Nicaragua. The portrait of former Gov- ernor Lanham was hung in the state house. President Bonllla of Honduras left his sick bed to take com- mand of his army. A class of sixty-one candidates are taking the Scottish Rite degree at Galveston. There was a conference at Austin over quarantine affairs between state officials and feder- al representatives. The Honduran army defeated aNicaraguan detachment Sun- . day at point on the border. Steamer -passenger from Hon duras claim that country is threatened with internal trou- bles. Mounted on bicycles twenty Chinese bandits raided a tobacco shop ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 7 March 1907

Shift Great Shirt Sale Shift 5Gct Sale. Sale. I For One Day Only Saturday March 9th. 1375 one thousand three hundred and seventy-five Negligee Shirts solid colors. Plaids Stripes and White Monarch Cluett Our Special the Favorite the Trinity Capital Eagle and Wizard brands with the ready cash on hand bought by our buyer while in the East at a great sacrifice. We intend to sell the entire lot in one day. We have set aside next Saturday March 9th for that day. Complete line of sizes from 1 4 to 7l2; they are worth in a regular way 75c $ 1 .00 $1.25 and $150. The lot would be cheap at $1.00 but we are going to clean out PrtA the entire line Saturday at each only : : : . : : : : . : uUu v - & An opportunity of a life time to huy y our Spring Shirts. Come early Saturday morning and make your selections. w Remember The sale Saturday March 9th one Day only. Shirt oOct Sale. Brownwood Mercantile Co. I Shift f Sale. WATER WORKS PUT The Claim That Special Tax is Necessary in Contradicted. ...

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

V r. . - ' L 2 . . ' 1 - . " : zzz: zzz O A Gents Kurnisliiiig -Jf' .--' Our Gents Furnishing Department is complete. We sell the very best that money can buy. When you buy of us you may know that you are getting the best tor the least money. New things are coming in every day nobby shapes in Stetson Hats Neck- c Lj-tr u uu .f rhric A.nlir fnllars Shirts. hio-h prade: Underwear wear i aiicy i 1a.11 i iusc utna utwwi. oijw f -""- o - "c t r quc in frt vrvtino- v.ni could wish for. Ask to see the L ctilCy 1 LJ W V-iUt Ullv&O chaw- xxx xvvv w t Faultless Day Shirt ; i:':... - Looney Mercantile Co. a i : t - The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors. Entered at the Brownwood Postofiice as Second Class Mail Matter GOUNTYTELEPHONES Farmers are Considering Building Independent System. Subscription Per Month. WILL H. MAYES. Manning Editor. H. F. MAYES. Business Manager. C. A. Tl'NNELL. City Editor. . E. C. SEITZ. Daily Circulator. E. E. K1KKPATRICK. Associate Editor W. R. DU...

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

I 1 it ! W I 1 t i v Rats' 'Nests Lined With Money Workmen tearing down the petition between two rooms in the farm house of Jacob Zimmer in Bloomfield N. J. discover- ed a rats nest in a corner and found it had been constructed out of currency of various-denominations. The money was made up of bills ranging from $1 to $20 and all were'in a mutilated condition. The money destroyed was hid away in the house 'for safe keeping. y ' Moral: Place your money in some good bank where neither rats nor thieves can break through and steal. Bring your money to this bank and receive a. pass book without charge. WE KNOW YOUR WANTS AND WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS. " The Brownwood National Bank. 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. 16 ' LEASE B 1 sixteenth Indian has just received years old. She sold through the I through the courts the largest bo- courts a f...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 7 March 1907

t 9 i- - 9 to ft SAID T l THE BIG MANl the Little Man: J "Why Don't you Advertise in The Daily Bulletin? It's the only Way you'll ever Grow to My proportions. Take it in small doses at First But never let an of the Paper Appear without Your JJTame in it in some shape. If you Don't know What to say ask the Bulletin Man. He will Help you get it in shape." - v - The Bkj Man's Advice Is Good. Experience was His Teacher and He Has Learned (he Lesson well. Be Wise and Advertise.

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

i ; -v' ' '.x 1 OLD B1VER GAMBLERS X m the Cotton Planters Made the Sharpers Disgorge. DRAMATIC GAME OF POKER. The Hand That Brought Matters to a CUmax and the Way It Was Played to a Finish on a Floating Gambling Palace on the White Kiver. ' Iu the palmy days of steamboatiug 4iere were some palatial gambling houses wind) were run on houseboat. They plied the" inland streams stop- ping for days and weeks at points where the territory was promising and good play could be bad moving on when the territory was cleaned out and all of the "pigeons plucked." An interesting story was told by a veteran river captain of an incident happening to a floatiug gambling house that was accustomed to travel up and down White river in Arkansas and fleece the opulent planters and river men by methods that were not at all In keeping with the rules of the game. The Incident in question occurred at Indian Bay. Ark. then a prosperous village. At that time Indian Bay was a thriving metropolis where all of th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 7 March 1907

4 V ' 4( S1 4J X 41 C X 1 -' T- "f ' 4i Announcements. "3?or Marshall GEO; W. WILSON (Re-election.) W. T HOSKINSQN -BOB TERRELL. For Tax Assessor and dollector: CLYDE McINTOSH ' I(Re-election.) iFpr City 1 Attorney: i E. J. MILLER WILL J. .SCOTT (Re-election) : vl' - litor Gity Recorder: . R. H. FOSTER. . v"? For City Treasurer: LOUIS E. WALKER. (Re-election.) j .Charcoal at Looney's grocery. Brownvood Pure Food Dairy phone 164 Our business is to sell goods what is your? Looney Mercantile Co. k Try "REBER'S" KRAUT and HOMINY. You will find it first- class. . Call phone 164 Pure Food Dairy. Brownwood - We have it if it's in town fresh country produce. Looney Mer- cantile Co. jOur dairy products will stand pie pure food .test Phone orders t to .Brownwood Pure Food Dairy! mg 164. . . wuiuK meal" gooas save time expense and kitchen worry. We have "Quick Meal" gasoline 5 stoves blue flame oil stoves ovens toasters broilers iron ;fjeaters etc. 122 Jackson-Hughes Co. '. V Try a sack of Be ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 8 March 1907

i PUBLIC STORAGE BULLETIN. Drink SECURITY BR. AND JAVA ecnd MOCHA COFFEE Packed by IMPORTERS COFFEE CO.. New Orleans CHAS GIDDErf Exclusive Local Agaat WAREHOUSE vt? T TT t r i - Phone 2. iVOL. 7. BROWN WOOD TEXAS FRIDAY MARCH 8 1907 NO. J23 DAILY Spring Showings V M M m M M X V ft ft ft ;Mftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft In the spring showing of choice millinery liss McHutchon has aimed to overtop every other mil- linery establishment in convenience of service Generosity of store management and absolute cor- rectness in the exclusive design of the hats offered. In bringinjr to our consideration the sprinir offer- ings in millinery we beliere wo can do so with per- fect assurance that the styles are the latest the materials choice and reliable. The collection for the spring- showing includes all the shade3 and shapes that are fashionable and the trimmers em- ployed are the most experienced. Iu onr daily letter we will tell yo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 8 March 1907

The Daily Bulletin ' MAYES PRINTING CO. Props. Entered at th'eBrownwoodPostoffice as Second-Class Mail Matter. . Wili.IL Mayes Managing Editor -H. F. Mayes Business Manager. C A Tunnkix City Editor. E. E. KlRKl'ATRlCK. Asso. Fd W. R. Ddxa Foreman Mech. Dept. E. C. SEITZ Dally Circulator. Subscription per Month 50c Friday Maroh S 1907 I! General News. s Second Vice-President Ken- lrick of the Santa Fe is now in the state on an inspection tour. The Odd Fellows Grand Lodge at San Antonio selected Fort Worth as the next meeting place. The anniversary of the fall of the Alamo was observed at Austin Judge .Kittrell delivering a patriotic address. The Hamburg-American steam- ship company will inaugurate v .passenger service between Gal- veston and Hamburg. The verdict against A. S. Bus by giving him three years in the penitentiary was affirmed by the Dallas court of criminal appeals. L. N. Seward a single man about 45 years old while sweep- ing in the oil mill at Comanche backed into the s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 8 March 1907

4 ii Shirt oOct Sale. Great Shirt S discover- yyas made house for For One Day Only Saturday 1375 one thousand three hundred and seventy-five Negligee Shirt d and White Monarch Gluett Our Special the Favorite the Trinj brands with the ready cash on hand bought by our buyer while in We intend to sell the entire lot in one day We have set aside n. that day Complete line of sizes from 14 to 17 12; they are wortll $125 and $150 The lot would be cheap at $1.00 but w the entire line Saturday at each only : :. : - jBring your ank. Officers and Directors: T. 0. 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. m An opportunity of a life time to buy your Spring Shirts. Come earl ill! y-ir- M 1 itetmi mm iwzo w m msst i mm ejn irruw 'r ...ia. -a nu- v nil" T COftvALfiJlX - III On Time With thefinest product of the Looms. We arc showing for the coming season .all Wool fabrics only. These good...

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

; .r '- ..-1 am ' V r 1 1 ( i. .. M J. ( . i . i i . .. . . I( . . . . r . . i. . . . i i if i if i it r 1 1 BLAN COFFEE r i IS. 'J If Blanket Coffee is good euougli for miVion of people who drink it daily it's goo!I enough for you. If it's good eiiougll for you it's good enough for your neighbor. Call tomorrow have a cup with us. Mr. Melntire with compe- tent aijfl is giving a very interesting demonstration of the merits f this coffee at our iferocery Store. oney Mercantile Co. Pleasant Entertainment. Mrs. J. W. Jennings was hos- tess ior the Fort Nightly Club last night and a most charming session it was". There were nine ' tables for forty-two players and while a number of the guests were thus engaged others ren- dered excellent music and engag- ed in conversation. Members of the club brought along their hus- bands and they too were per- mitted to participate :in the pleasures. At the proper hour most delightful refreshments - were served and the guests all returned to their home...

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

Rats' Nests Lined With Money mi Workmen tearing down the petition between two rooms in the farm house of Jacob Zimmer in Bloomfield N. J. discover- ed a rat's nest in a corner and found it had been constructed out of currency of various denominations. The money was made up of bills ranging from $1 to $20 and all were in a mutilated condition. The money destroyed was hid away in the house for safe keeping. Moral: Place your money in some good bank where neither rats nor thieves can break through and steal. Bring your money to this bank and receive a pass book without charge. WE KNOW YOUR WANTS AND WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS. The Brownwood National Bank 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. BIG LOT OF PIANOS J. H. Wilder Returns From Mar- ket Purchased Big Stock. ENORMOUS SALES LAST YEAR Sold Over Four Hundred Pianos to the JJ - "People of This ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 8 March 1907

pi ft' If SAID THE BIG MANL l o the Little man: -fc - 'T Why Don't you ; Advertise in The Daily Bulletin? It's the only Way you'll ever Grow to r My proportions. Take it in small doses at First But never let of the Paper Appear without Your Name in it in some shape. If you Don't know What to say ask the Bulletin Man. He will Help you get it in shape." The Big Man's Advice is Good. Experience was His Teacher and lie Has Learned ihe Lesson well. Be Wise and Advertise. 'r

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 8 March 1907

BEArte CAPTORS. Curious Contest That Occurred on a British Friaate. If NIGHT BATTLE OF SONG. Crew of an American Privataer 'oners en Board th I rlr r... IQ the English Tars An Odd In- It Of the War nf 1S17 A tWktua defiance Of cantors by their ti ivntuM v was that 0f the crew of the Amn.:iii privateer Prince de Neuchatei nhcii i confined en lioard the British frigate l .candor Toward ihe dose of the war of 1112 i lie frigate had captured Has privateer easily enough Hsl x : i k 1 1 1 1; ber erew on board gave thenj quarters in iho cable tier making Omm st;y in those confined quarters among the spare cables from 4 o'clock .'-rv afternoon until S o'clock the next morning. To while away the long hours of their eontine- meut in the dark and dismal bole the captives one night began to sing in chorus rousing wings which told of Americnn naval victories. The cnomin of the I.eauder seut word that such concerts were not at II to his taate and must he Stopped Tins set tlie Yankees to singing l...

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

it ;- ' ' ': v- - 21 1 kk.. . I - i .J V I I' (:: -V. -Ar? 4 4 L ' 1 I a UrV Annniinrpmfink r.ioarc Announcements. orMjfi-shal: " ' 4 : . GEO: "W WILSON (Re-election.) $ v .W T. HOSKINSON 1 5 BOR TERRELL. Fpr Tax Assessor and Gollector; CLYDE McINTOSH '(Re-election.) ? 4 or City'Attorney: ' i: ' E. J. MILLER TOLL J SCOTT . 1 (He-election) 1 .'" .. 'J Jo1' City Recorder; flf t v. R. 9. POSTER. ': "" ; - ror uity Treasurer: I LOUIS E. STALKER. (Re-election.) . . Concert at library begins promptly at S:30 tonight.. That Easter Suit. J. A. &R. K. Blackshear. V Charcoal at Looney '.s grocery . II you wish to hear all . the by S:30 'concert be at the library ?"tonight. " : Brownwood Pure .Food Dairy ..phone 164 JThat Easter Suit. J A & R K Blackshear " Mrs; RE. Robertson of Austin avenue is reported as recovering jrom Appendicitis. Our business is to sell goods vjiat is your? Looney Mercantile v Be at the library ajb:06 -to-Jfriight to hear the- best novelty musical company in the...

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