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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 9 March 1907

4 . DAILY BULLETIN. RUBRIC STORAGE YHfeEHOUSE E. B. Henley & Co. Phone 1. Diink crrun ITV BRAND '' ' EE i JAVA andMOCHA COFFEE V Packed far New Orleans CHAS G1DDEH S. f Exclusive Local Agent VOL. 7; BROWN WOOD. TEXAS SATURDAY. MARCH 9 J 907. NO. 124 New Millinery. This is the season when the ladies are center- ing their interest entirely on the new styles in Millinery and many are stopping in at the Millinery establish- ments for a look at the things to be seen. The styles have changed of course but they are prettier than ever. At. Miss McHutchon's yesterday afternoon was seen a few of the hats they are now showing. Of course these were numbered among the easy-to-buy . Millinery beauties of today. There was a pretty little . mush-roomy looking black chip with rich silk and or- naments for Miss Stylish on the streets. The Tuscan with gorgeous ribbon bows for a sweet girlish iace. Then there was the Leghorn in new effects - pretty enough for the crownless queen who will get it. If...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 9 March 1907

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. 1H F. MAYES. Business Manager. C. A. TUKNELL. City Editor. JB. G. SE1TZ Daily Circulator. ' E E. K1HKPATRICK Associate Editor. j . W- R. DULA Foreman Mech. Dept. NEWSPAPER PRUDENCE. There is hardly a day that a publisher in a town like Brown- wood is not urged by some enthusiast to "sail into" something or somebody in order to correct what the enthusiast may regard as a wrong or to promote what he may think should be done. While in a certain sense a newspaper is like a sentinel On awatchtower obligated to warn the public of approaching dangers it can not be forever throwing out a danger signal. Neither should it be too ready to criticise everything not exactly to its liking. It is not good business to do so and a paper must be conducted on business lines to succeed. It is true and it is to the credit of most Te...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 9 March 1907

TRADE T EM PTE For Monday and Tuesday Shoppers. Here are values the like of which are seldom een generous as- sortments are features in all departments. We are adequately ready for the rush of Spring business. Some lively selling has been witnessed during the past few days and these special offerings will no doubt make Monday and Tuesday even busier. Our line of Spring Dress Goods both Woolen and wash fabrics is complete and now ready for your inspection. Visit our store any day next week and let us show you the prettiest line of mer- erer assembled under one roof m Brownwood. I Ladies Waists 98c. Two hundred and twenty-five ladies ready-to-wear waist made of nice quality of linon elegantly trimmed with lace and embroidery. Fifteen different styles to select from sizes 32 to 42. They would be cheap at $1.50 and $2.00 Monday and Tuesday we shall AQ place the entire line on sale at yijl" each ; Ladies' Spring Oxfords and Sandals Now Ready For Your- Inspection. Our line of Ladies' Oxfo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 9 March 1907

V 3T CO f t f t 1 1 1 1 1 f i f f f 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 tt t i r t i ff f t i 1 1 1 Vf t jr AL -1 - "i J '4 To the man who wants a suit of clothes that will fit hold its shape and color and always look good as long as he wears it one with snap and style in the very newest pattern we' would suggest that you buy an Alco. We have one of the largest and most complete stocks of this celebrated clothing ever shown by anyone. Give us a look before you buy. We know you will be pleased. Iooney 1 JENKINS AND GRINNAN Legislators From Brown County are at Home for a Few Days. Representative C. H. Jenkins and Senator Arch Grinnan are at home from Austin to spend Sunday with home folks and to look after some private busi- ness matters here. Both gentle- men will return to the Capitol early next week. Mr. Jenkins "bucket shop" bill is expected to come up in the house on Wednesday and he will be there to make the fight for it He has also introduced an amend- ment to the blanket primary .election bill ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 9 March 1907

13id You Ever Lose Any Money? Did you ever have trouble making change? Did you ever get a check on another town and had to pay for collecting it? Did you ever want fo borrow money and it did not suit the bank to lend? An account kept with this bank will save all these annoyances as you will be entitled to consideration above those who do not keep accounts with us. We wish to accommodate everybody and will do so as far as we can' but our depositors have the preference when money is scarce and but little is being loaned. We have every facility for giving prompt and efficient service and we request a trial for we know your wants and we want your business. Elf Friends Announce Him for That Office Today. SHIN OF WIDE EXPERIENCE Has Presided Over Council in Capacity of Mayor Protem a Great Deal and is Familiar With Work I "Friends of J. R. Looney today submit his name for the office of maor of .the city of Brown wood. In presenting his name they do so without the slightest excuse for they...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 9 March 1907

r SAID THE BIG MAN To the Little Man: V "Why ' ':-'iv-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 Issue 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 the Lesson well. Re wise and Advertise. 1 kkkkE

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 9 March 1907

n 9- 5 J ; f 4 Watch Us Grow 1 Over fifty new customers added during' the past 80 days . We Want Your Banking Business You should not forget to take out that Interest Bear- ing Certificate of Deposit. It will also Grow. B. E. Hurl but Pres. His Majesty The Baby. old enough to get into mischief the mother buries it in the sand up to its waist and this is the only cradle that it knows. The little Laplander is cradled shoe his mother's. This big affair covered with m a is a skin and stuffed With soft moss. This can be hung on a tree or covered up with snow while the mother attends to her duties. The baby of India rides in a basket . which hangs from its mother's ; head or from her hip or in a hammock. In some parts the baby's nose is adorned with a nose ring and in others its face is wrapped in a veil like its mother's. In some countries the mothers lay their babies where a stream of water falls on their heads'. This is to make them hardy which it does unless the babies die as the resu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 9 March 1907

: 7 OI Get Ready For Easter March 31. . .. hniH hPstir vourself or it will find you not ready for it. Rogers ury uooos q knctat e OQf IPI THflH 11SI1HI VCO.1 cLklKl Y v" oiivm.m V "I. . . j j j i 4. J:nhla maTPrlMisaMII Oiioii - - rii rf ciHIPT W AlzS 1 b in ail Tne latest anu ihum ucancauit mcy.wm . r nac ; oniiminr no the arrival OI a SWell line OT oniKl vv1! . 1 . u; -1 kom JSiteSKrSwS beautiful line of SKIRTS of fashionab.e ntena.sn. ve wanuu READY-TO-WEAR AND STREET HATS A comoetent saleslady will take pleasure in showing you our stock of ready;towear and stket hats wWch . weve ha. 6 never been equaled in Brownwood for up-to-dateness. Jrvc f- - this department early as customers are aireaay making ...1 uauo RAMUS COMPANY Our spring suits for men and boys are here and we assure you they are the neatest nattiest we have ever offered the people of At' J xnis cny. 3LOE City Announcements. For Marshal: GEO. V. WILSON (Re-election.) ; W. T. HOSKINSON To BOB TERRELL. sufFor Tax Assess...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 11 March 1907

Phone 164 Buy Your Milk From Brownwood PURE FOOD Dairy DAILY BULLETIN. Phon$ 164 E Drink rrrilO TTV nit AND f PUBLIC STORAGE J A V AandMOC HA C O FFEE t tU WAREHOUSE. pacKea ay j IMPORTERS COFFEE CO. i New Orleans CHAS. G1DDEN8 k Exclusive Local Agtnt E B. Henley & .Co. Phone 2. NO. BROWNWOOD TEXAS MONDAY MARCH 11 1907. VOL. 7. 'J - 195 . i . M M M X X M X X X X X X X X X X X X Millinery The fewest in Styles. Shades and Designs. Miss Mcliutchpn. xxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxx X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X WILLRUSHTHE WORK The Peterson's High Class En- tertainers a compandor" Head- liner vaudeville artists a guar- anteed attraction opera house March 11 and 12. Miss. Bertie Hill spent Sunday in Goldthwaite as the guest of Mrs. George Adkins. Phone 56 when you want a tender steak. rnor"l'nOi YOU Can't Makei q A mistake by coming 4:o oat store for YOUR EASTER TOGGERY . We are showing the newest things in silks. A handsome line of new dressy goods with trimmings. u Aldermen are...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 11 March 1907

si The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors. at the KwmvoodP Tas Second Class Mail Matter. i b n nin i o pti nnm nioinu 'Subscription Per .Month. .ode' WILL H. MATES .Manaifinjf .Editor. -1H. F. MAYES Iteta. M-sc "E; C.-SEITZ. Daily Circulator. L. K1lvl V-i .' V. K. DULA. Foreman Meeh. Dept. KNOCKING HASN'T HURT MUCH. Comments on a recent editorial in the bulletin about the disposition of certain papers in other parts of the state to knock this part of Texas because it is now securing a desirable citizen: ship from those sections the Fort Worth Telegram very nicely West Texas has been the receipient of some very hard knocks ever since it began to attract the most progressive and enter- prising citizenship of other portions of the state. But a happy - feature of the situation is that this persistent system of- knock- ing has not materially affected the growth and development ot that portion of the state. While the sound of the hammer has been heard in other sections as i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 11 March 1907

TRADE TEMPTE For Monday and Tuesday Shoppers. Here are values the like of wliicli are seldom seen generous as- sortments are features in all departments. We are adequately ready for the rush of Spring business. Some lively selling has been witnessed during the past few days and these speeial offerings will no doubt make Monday and Tuesday even busier. Our line of Spring Dress Goods both Woolen and wash fabrics is complete and now ready for your inspection. Visit our store any day next week and let us show you the prettiest line of. mer- chandise ever assembled under one roof in Brownwood. I Ladies Waists 98c. Two hundred and twenty-five ladies ready-to-wear waist made of nice quality of linon elegantly trimmed with lace and embroidery. Fifteen different styles to select from sizes 32 to 42. They would be cheap at $1.50 and $2.00 Monday and Tuesday we shall AQ place the entire line on sale at VOL each Ladies' Spring Oxfords and Sandals Now Ready For Your Inspection. Our line of Ladie...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 11 March 1907

AIvC a 61 To the man who wants a suit of clothes that will fit hold its shape and color and always look good as long as he wears it one with snap and style in the very newest pattern we would suggest that you buy an Alco. We have one of the largest and most complete stocks of this celebrated clothing ever shown by anyone. Give us a look before you buy. We know you will be pleased. Iooney as CONDUCTOR AIKEN. Was in Temple Yesterday to Have Wound In Arm Treated Reported Now as Not Being Very Serious. Mr. C. A. Aik'en conductor in the service of the Santa Fe was in the city yesterday for the pur- pose of having the knife wound in his arm (mention of which -was made in yesterday's Trib- une) examined and treated by the Company's surgeon in Temple Dr. White stated to a represen- tative of the Tribune last evening that the injury will not prove se- rious in results necessarily and there seems to be no reason for anticipating; blood poisoning. The injury was received by Mr. Aiken while in ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 11 March 1907

ft D id You Ever Lose Any Money? - Did you ever have trouble making change? Did you ever get a check on another town and had to pay for collecting it? Did you ever want to borrow money and it did not suit the bank to lend? An account kept with this bank will save all these annoyances as you will be entitled to consideration above those who do not keep accounts with us. We wish to accommodate everybody and will do so as far as we can but our depositors have the preference when money is scarce and but little is being loaned. We have every facility for giving prompt and efficient service and we request a trial for 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. VA. WALKER 2nd Vice Pres. MILLARD ROMINES Cashier WM. B. CROSS Asst Cashier G. N. HARRISON H. 'T WILLIAMS. m i'tiyi''t'i'i't''i't'f"aT''r'ii'T'ii'T'vv--w - - - wa Will. A rvi r I J I A 1 l.FAi. - - Fate Jenkins Codition is Con...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 11 March 1907

3 SAID THE BIG MAN To the Little Man: 7 "Why '"Z-frB ' V Don't you Advertise in The ; ; 1 Daily Bulletin? It's the only Way you'll ever Crrow to My proportions. Take it in small doses at First But never let an of the Paper Appear without Your Name in it in some shape. If you Don't know What to say ask the i Bulletin Man. He will Help you get it 111 ?SllClFt .. r- The Big Man's Advice is Good. Experience was His Teacher and lie lias Learned the Lesson well. Be wise and Advertise. ti S A

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 11 March 1907

GRAPPLEDjVITH BURGLAR f Temple Woman Succeeds in Saving Her Silverware. 4femple Texas March 10. A burglar affected an entrance to the residence of William Kubach a'Santa Pe engineer residing in South Temple and made away with about $17 in money. The intruder awoke Mrs. Kubach by the noise he made and that lady arose from bed and grappled with the man compelling him to drop some silverware he was taking off. The miscreant was a white man and wore a mask. Officers have been put to work on the case and expect to land the guilty party. Mrs. Kubach thinks she could recognize the unwelcome guest should she see him. This is the first residence burglary to occur in this city in months. Join-Keep-U-Neat Club. JA&RK Blackshear Sustains Lieutenant Govenor. Austin Tex. March 0. Attor- ney General Davidson today completed the opinion asked by Lieut. Gov. Davidson. It will not be made public until Monday ; Jbut it is understood that the At- torney General fully sustains the Lieutenant Governo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 11 March 1907

W-H 1 1 M-I-M I I M-H'-H-M-I"! M The S oceity Event of the 4 Season a. Opera House One Night Only i? I i i J. E. Cline Presents May Stewart and a capable company in the great romantic drama 4. o o 6 INCOMAR 2 The Barbarian I "TWO SOULS With But ? a SINGLE THOUGHT" I "TWO HEARTS THAT BEAT AS ONE. i Prices 255075$!. City Announcements. . For Marshal: GEO. W. WILSON .'. (Re-election.) - W. T. HOSKINSONr BOB TERRELL. For Tax Assessor and Collector: CLYDE McINTOSH : . t(Re-election.) For City Attorney: -E. J. MILLER . TOLL X SCOTTP (Re-election) . For City Recorder: -. R. H. FOSTER. For Gity Treasurer: LOUIS E. WALKER. (Re-election.) Mrs. J. Blackwell has gone to San Angelo for a visit for health. Her mother who her i has been here for some time left last night for her home at Hous- ton where she will keep Mrs. BlackwelPs children until that lady's health is better. The know-how tailors J A & R K Biackshear f" The Plum Tree" is a great story strong and interesting." Champ Clark. Mrs....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 12 March 1907

Phone 164 Buy Your Milk From Brown wood PURE FOOD Dairy DAILY BULLETIN. Phone 164 TJBLIC STORAGE WAREHOUSE E. B. Henley & Co. Phone 2. Drink SECUR.ITY BR. AND JAVA andMOCHA COFFEE Pnckfid by I . IMPOR.TERS COFFEE CO.. Now Orleans CHAS GIDDENS Exclusive Local Ant 1 VOL. 7. BROWNWOOD. TEXAS. TUESDAY. MARCH 12 1907 NO. 126 X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X Millinery xxxxxxxxx xxxxxxx X X X X X X X X X X X X X X' X X X X X The Newest in Styles. Shades and Designs. Miss McHutchon. o F COTTON Five Hundred and Twentyone Bales Disappear. WILL NOT PUT IN A CLAIM r 1 XXMXXHXXX xxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxx Return Davitt and wife were Mn the city Sunday. Return went home Sunday night but. Mrs. Davitt is remaining over for a longer visit. See the Zoological Garden to- night at the Majestic. dl26 Phone 56 when you tender steak. want a YOV Can't Make A mistake by coming to our store for YOUR EASTER TOGGERY We are showing the newest things in silks. A handsome line of new dress goods with trimmings. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 12 March 1907

The Daily Bulletin . MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors. FROM COAST TO COAST. Entered at the Brownwood Postoffice as Second Class Mail Matter. Subscription Per Month. WILL H. -MAYKS. Managing Editor. Ht'P. MAYES Busine Manager. C. A. TUNNELL. City Editor. IE. G. SB1TZ. Daily Circulator. E. E. KIRKPATB1CK. Associate Editor. - r ; R. DULA. Foreman Mech. Dept. Gettjng into Hot Water OPINIONS DIFFER. The San Angelo News takes issue with the Bulletin on a statement which appeared in tkis paper when the Evening News suspended that it proved "the futility of attempting to establish a paper in a field already thoroughly and satisfactorily covered." nere may possibly be exceptions to the rule but the general rule stands good. If the field is satisfactorily and thoroughly covered it is very difficult for a new paper- to make any great inroads upon the one that is well established. In the case pictured by the News where the publisher is content to let well enough alone and take life ashe finds...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 12 March 1907

Southern Industrial Revolution. The agricultural development in thouth has been given in jafprevious paper. This branch of the Industrial Revolution in the South has made phenomenal iJrogress in improved methods of culture in improved . seed and vastly increased yields. Many new nlants now in the experi- mental stage are giving assur- ance of great value. The climate and soils of Texas are adapted to a wider range of agricultural products than any other state in the Union. Her forest abound in valuable timber and her min- eral deposits are rich and varied. The product of the fields the forests and the mines are the raw material which require manufactures to convert them into products available for use of mankind and that the location of these factories should be in proximity . of the fields of pro- duction is an economic truth that will not admit of doubt. Now that steam and electrici- ty are available as a motive pow- r i ; i er lactones can create power at any desirable point. Tex...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 12 March 1907

AIvCO To the man who wants a suit of clothes that will fit hold ; its shape and color and always look good as long as he wears it one with snap and style in the very newest pattern we would suggest that you buy an Alco. . We have one of the largest and most complete stocks of this celebrated clothing ever shown by anyone. Give us a look before you buy We know you will be pleased. Loopey Mercantile Company.i 3 The Daily Bulletin SLAVES PRINTING CO. Props. Entered at the BrownwoodJPostoffice as Second-Class Mail Matter. WiLT. H. -Mayes Managing Editor H. F. Mayes Business Manager. -C A. TonNEIX City Editor. E. E. Kirk Patrick Asso. Ed. W. R.'Ddla Foreman Mech. Dept. E. C. Seitz Daily Circalator. Subscription per Month 50c Tuesday March 12 1907 00OOOOO-i-0-r0CC'r0 o c 1 Tv T ? uenerai iNews ? o o oooooo4.oooooo6 American manufacturers im- ported materials last year valued at $262000000. The census hureau reports a 3arge increase in the oil refining business for the year. It is estimate...

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