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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 12 March 1907

THE DOIXARHYDE FAMILY. il J '4 t Every day the newspapers contain dispatches that tell of the Dollarhyde family. The dollar-hider does not only endanger his . own funds and his personal safety- -he works against the prosperity of his community and his country. Money in bank is placed in circulation where it enables the farmer planter lumberman stock grower merchant and manufacturer to extend their business operations. Money buried in the ground or stored away under carpets in cupboards clocks mattresses bureau drawers trunks . etc. is idle money of no use to its owner and no service to the community. It is unproductive money a temptation to thieves an incentive to crime. I he bank depositor contributes to the better morals and greater prosperity of his account with us AT ONCE and avoid losses. WE KNOW YOUR WANTS AND Matting Matting Matting Matting 25c 30c 35c 40c 45c and 60c. Large Spring Shipment Just Received. During the month March we will lay all Matting without extra cost. . EM...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 12 March 1907

SAID THE BIG MAN To the Little Man Why Don't you Advertise in L The Daily Bulletin? the only Way you'll ever Grow to My proporti 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 Bulletin Man. He will Help y ou get i in shape. 9? ..V--"-' The Big Man's Advice istfood. Experience was His Teacher and He Has Learned the Lesson well. Be Wise and Advertise. i JP5 - - r. 4. TIP-

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 12 March 1907

I - I n WITCHES AND PLANTS. lAany Legends and Traditions That Jk-Link Them Together. alTrountrles in which the witch- craft delusion now exists or iu which it prevailed in former times we find folklore .stories connecting those mys- teRous bogies with the plants of those particular region. Kveu tlie great Shakespeare causes his witches to dis- course learnedly tu tiie diabolical properties uf "hemlock digg'd i dark" and of "slips of yew silvered in the moon's eclipse.' They are supposed to have had their favorite flowers as Tvell as plauts. Ud in Kngland at the present time foxglove is .spoken of as "witch 1h?Us" and harebells as "witch- t lumioies. ue common ragwort Is well known as the "witches' horse." the tradition being that they mounted rank growths of that species of weed and "rode i lie skies" just as the dame With the pointed hat rides the broom In the familiar picture. In Germany and throughout northern Kurope it Is the belief that witches float from place to place on Wds ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 12 March 1907

i H-'I'I I'l I I I I I I I I M J. 4- The Society Event of the Season t ..I .3. Opera House One Night Only J.E. CI ine rrescnts T May Stewart and a capable company in the great romantic drama .1. o o "1 INCOMAR a. The Barbarian 1 "TWO SOULS With But i a SINGLE THOUGHT" 'TWO HEARTS THAT i BEAT AS ONE." T X 2 Prices 25 50 75 $1. A'1"Z 'III II I I I I I I I-l-.x i : VU-i. City Announcements. For Mayor j. R. LOONEY. iFor Alderman Ward 1. E. B. HENLEY . JESSE M. PERRY. iPor Alderman Ward 3. t" WILL D. McCHDISTY. For Aldermam Ward 2. JNO. G. LEE. r Marshal: . .. ; GEO. W. WILSON . V'.; (Re-election.) K?r W T HOSKINSON . A BOB TERRELL. : .Fos- Tax Assessor and Collector: ; : . Clyde Mcintosh -' ; - (Re-election.) :IFm- pity Attorney-: ;:; . E. J. MILLER ; . . WILL J. SCOTT (Re-election) . . '' ; ;"H$or -City Recorder : R. H. FOSTER. 4Fok City Treasurer: ... .!V.'.-' IX)UIS E. WALKRH. (Re-election.) Chas. Baughman went to Bal- linger tliis morning on business. All kinds of. garden and yard t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 13 March 1907

Phone 164 Buy Your Milk From Brownwood PURE FOOD Dairy DAILY BULLETIN. PUBgfc STORAGE WAREHOUSE E. B. Henley & Co.. Phone 2. Drink I SECURITY BR-AND J JAVA andMOCHA COFFEE Packed by r IMPORTERS COFFEE CO.. j New Orleans CHAS GIDDENSr i Kxcl naive Local Agent I VOL. 7. BROWNWOOD. TEXAS. WEDNESDAY. MARCH 13 1907. f NO. 127 MKftft KMVVftK KIIMIIIII IVKIIII M M M M M M H X X M M X X X X X Millinery The Newest in Styles. Shades and Designs. Miss McHutchon. X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X CIII-OFF'COraCT Has Been let to Big Santa Fe Contractors. M'CABE&STEEN SECURE M MXXXXXXXX xxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxx R. W Dougan left last night for Temple to resume his duties as operator in one of the cotton exchanges. Chase will interest and please. H. T. Williams and W. R. Roberts are having neat concrete sidewalks placed along the front of their residence on Center Avenue. aot to i YOV i i Can't Makei u 'ft A mistake hv coming 4:o oar store for U YOUR EASTER TOGGERY We are showing the newest t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 13 March 1907

"rT " " - -J7.'..- " -- - mm0f'mmiimmin iinmtil t eJfeew.M awi.j . . . I ) The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING CO. Prtins. Entered at the Brown wood Postofnce as Second-Claw Mai! Matter. W:li.H. Maves Managing E.litor H. F. Mayes Business Manager C A. Ttjnnkll City Editor. E. E. KlRKPATRIOK Asso. Fd. W. R. Ddxa Foreman Mech. Dept. E. C. SEITZ Daily Circulator. Subscription per Month 50c Wednesday March 13 1907 I General News o o 4. 2. 2 9 oooooooo-oooo Senator Senter has introduced in the senate a bill that will re- sult in a storm of protest from tiie telephone corporations throughout the state. In his bill the. senator from Dallas seeks to regulate telephone rates taking for the basis the number of paid telephones. : A strike of the granite cutters is to take place in all parts of . Texas April 1 unless the de- x mands of the union are acceded to by the master stone cutters. The demands of the union are . that they be given an eight-hour work day and an increase oi pay from $3 to S3...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 13 March 1907

ELECTS PRESIDENT 4$ M?rs. Armstrong is Made Presi- dent of the Floral Club. SSCGEEOS IS. TANNEHILL Plans are Laid for Work by Which the Ladies Expect to Raise Funds to Meet Obligations at Library. For some Hme the matter of disbanding the Floral club has been the chief topic of discussion among the ladies but at the meeting yesterday instead of disbanding they made plans for a greater work than they have ever accomplished and say they are going to carry those plans out. Mrs. Tannehill who was elected some weeks ago as president re- fused to serve and in her place the club on yesterday afternoon elected Mrs. - W. . D. Armstrong. Mrs. Armstrong accepted thej place with the express under- j standing that the club work! would be revived and there would I oe no. let up until tne worK in hand was completed. The mem- bers present and it was a repre- sentative crowd with two new members agreed that nothing would be left undone by them to keep the work going and with that understanding new p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 13 March 1907

iTfffVffiffffiifffffiffffffiffriiiiffiffffivrffffiffiti Have You Seen Looney's Spring Dress Goods ? If not why not ? They have everything new on the market from a 25c Gingham which; jwould make up like Silk to Silk and imported fabrics suitable for the most elaborate of costumes ' You would be spending your time to no better advantage than when learning price and being shown through the department. THE LOONEY MERCANTILE COMPANY. 5? The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors. Entered at the Brownwood Postoffice as Sec ond Class Mail Matter. Subscription Per Month WILL H. MAYES.Manaying Editor . H MAYES. Business Manager. C. A. TUNSELL. City Editor. E-C SEITZ Daily Circulator. K. E. KfRKEATRTCK. .Wnpiate Editor. W. R. DUL.. Foreman Mech. Dept. GIVE CREDTT FOR RIGHT INTENTIONS. The spirit of intolerance brings a great deal of unhappiness in- to this world t It is natural for honest men and women to think . that they are right in their conclusions whether it be as to poli- ti...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 13 March 1907

rKBIE DOJLLARHYDE FAMILY. Every day the newspapers contain dispatches that tell of the Dollarhyde family. The dollar-hider does not only endanger his own funds and his personal safety -he works against the prosperity of his community and his country. Money in bank is placed in circulation where it enables the farmer planter lumberman stock grower merchant and -manufacturer to extend their business operations. Money buried in the ground or stored away under carpets in cupboards clocks mattresses bureau drawers trunks etc is idle money of no use to its owner and no service to the community. It is unproductive money a temptation to thieves an incentive to crime. The bank depositor contributes to the better morals and greater prosperity of his country and that's good citizenship. Start an account with us AT ONCE and avoid losses. WE KNOW YOUR WANTS AND WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS. THE BROWNWOOD If ATIOJSAI BANK. Officers and Directors : T. C. YANTIS President J. C. WEAKLEY 1st Vice Pres. J. A...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 13 March 1907

- i wjh: .7WVKw:4rM4rjfl6'jr .sags. SAID THE To th BIG MAN Little Man: . -Mil Km . "Why. -.gV' Don't you T Advertise in Tlie Daily Hulk tin? 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 o If you Don't know What to say ask the Bulletin Man. He will Help you get it in shape." 4 ; The Big Man's Advice is Good. Experience was His Teacher and He Has Learned the Lesson well. Be Wise and Advertise.

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 13 March 1907

in i ft : ALL OVER THE HOUSE. Instructions For Renovating Men's Clothes Domestic Notes. The renoition of mens clothes generally intrusted to a profes- sional cleaner. The work can be done quite as effectively at home a3i at about one-quarter the cost. Of course it entails a little extra trouble for the housewife but she will be well repaid by the saving in pocket. There are several meth- ods of renovation. One of these is the dry process. First free the ar- ticle from dust by brushing anl shaking thoroughly then brush or sponge with benzine hang in the open air to allow the spirit to evap- orate and finally press with a hot iron over a clean cloth. Do not work bv a fire or an ar tificial light for the spirit being highly inflammable may cause a serious accident. If the perfumed spirit of benzine is used the fiue.-t and costliest arti- cle can be cleaned without affecting its color. Take care not to saturate "when sponging and work always in the davlight. . - i i Hulled Corn. Soak tk...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 13 March 1907

r -V - M A K H-H-I'M-H1 -JU The Society Event j. Season of th Opera House One Night Only J. E. Cline Presents May Stewart and a capable company in the great romantic drama 'INGOMA R" The Barbarian "TWO SOULS With But a- SINGLE THOUGHT" -TWO HEARTS'THAT BEAT AS ONE." T . Prices 25 50 75 $1. JL 4- H-I-M-M i : City Announcements. For Mayor. J. R. LOONEY. Ftor Alderman Ward 1 . E. B.HENLEY JESSE M. PERRY. For Alderman Ward WILLD. McCHDISTY. For Aldermam Ward 2. ; jno. a lee. ?Fdr Marshal; - GEO. W. WILSON (Re-election.) V ; W. T. HOSKINSON BOB TERRELL f W. A. BUTLER. !B?or.Tax Assessor and Collector: Clyde Mcintosh; .(Re-election.) iFor; City A ttorney : s - E. J. MILLER . WILL J. SCOTT (Re-election) or City Recorder: v R. H. FOSTER. $?br City Treasurer: LOUIS E. WALKER. (Re-election.) J. H. Bates of the Brownwcod Mercantile company will leave jtonight for a trip to Fort Worth. Hear Chase Saturday night. J. W. Spangenberg is making .some improvements in his yard. Perry's gin will make i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 14 March 1907

mm 1 v.- V Phone 164 V Phone . 164 Buy Your Hi Hi From Brownwood PURE FOOD Dairy DAILY BULLETIN. " " ' Drlrtlt P PUBLIC STORAGE JAVA sxnd MOCHACOFEEE f WAREHOUSE E. B. Henley & Co. Phone 2. IMPORTERS COFFEE CO.i evr Orleans CHAS GIMCKBi Exclusive iocai i.- VOL. 7. BROWN WOOD. TEXAS THURSDAY MARCH 14 1907; NO. 128 X COMMITTED WIDEr" ""1 X M m M m m x M M M m m m m x x x x HATS We want to call your attention to our large line of new spring hats and invite you to come and see. If there is a more up-to-date or better selected stock of millinery in the city we would like to know it. We are selling hats every day. If you want to get the best COME EARLY. MISS McHUTCHON. X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X John Hall Ends His Life Near Blanket This Morning. LIVED ON GARNER Brill's shoe No Cause is Known for the Deed Mull Was Thirty-Fhc Years of Age and Leaves Mother and Two Brothers. .John Hall a I thirty-five years young tarmer of age living on the G. G. Garner farm four miles beyond Bl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 14 March 1907

The Daily Blletia MAYES PRINTING CO.. Props. JCntered at the Brown wood PostotEce as Second-Class Mail Matter. "WILI.H. Mayes Managing Editor H. F. Mayes Business Manager. C A. Tunneix City Editor. E. E. KlRKPATRICK Asso. Id. W. R. Dula Foreman Mech. Dept. E. C. SEITZ Daily Circulator. Subscription per Month 50c Thursday Maroh 14 1907; 004000OvO00Ki'0 I General News o o o o 2 9 WtJQ00OOO00040040 i In the colored Christian church of Taylor Sunday night T. A. Hendricks one of the deacons of the church severly clubbed Pas- tor M. Knight as he stood in the jralpit to preach. Miss Gertrude Harnish 20 years of age a stenographer in the Traction building Cincin- nati jumped from the thirteenth iloorof that building and fell mangled into the street. Mrs. E. L. Mason the leader of the "flying rollers" an- nounces that she has an option HonZion City at $2000000. If the deal is negotiated the 4 'rol- lers' ' will move to the city that Dowie built. Rachael Fisher 26 years old . - - -i ii was se...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 14 March 1907

BUILD BIG LEVEE Santa FeiVUl Do Much Work in the Bayou Valley Soon. ABOVE HIGH WATER The Grade Will Be Raised to Such an Extent That No Danger of Future Floods Will Bother the fcoad. The Santa Fe is to build an immense levee from the local yards to the Bayou bridge and so large is the job that the Brown- wood contractors who have ask- ed to be given a chance to bid on the work have been told that the contract would go to a big con- tracting firm. Two Brownwood men have written to the chief engineer and both received the same reply that the job was too large for a small contractor. It is said that the road will be changed so as to cut out the big curve which it now makes in sweeping up from the Bayou. It is contemplated to straighten the track and come along the foot of Ihe hills in Coggin Addition. The grading will be an immense job as there will be about one and a half mile of dirt to be thrown up to a height of about twelve feet. The big bridge which is now being placed over the B...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 14 March 1907

Have You Seen Looney's Spring Dress Goods? If not'why not? They have everything new on the market from a 25c Gingham which-jwould make up like Silk to Silk and imported fabrics suitable for the most elaborate of costumes. You would be spending your time to no better advantage than when learning price and being shown through the department. NEY MERCANTILE COMPANY The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors. Entered at the Brown-wood Postoflice as Second Class Mail Matter. mosquitos with nothinj your note at the bank summer months. to look forward to except the maturity of Brown wood shou ld liven up a bit for the Subscription Per Month .- 0c WILL H. MAYES. Managing Editor. -H. iVMAYES. Business Manner. . C. A. TUX NELL. City Editor. . IE. .Q..SE1TZ Daily Circulator. E. E. K1RKPATRICK Associate Editor. ' r W. R. DULA. Foreman Mech. Dept. . POOR OPINION OF THE LEGISLATURE. The Brownwood Bulletin thinks the present one of the ablest Legislatures Texas has had. Jiminy but that ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 14 March 1907

THE 1OLL A ItJI VIM: FAMIL.Y. . Every day the newspapers contain dispatches that teli of the DoIIarhyde family. The dollar-hider does not only endanger his own funds and his personal safety-" -he works against the prosperity "of his community and his country. Money in bank is placed in circulation where it enables the farmer planter lumberman stock grower merchant and manufacturer to extend their business operations. ' Money buried in the ground or stored away under carpets in cupboards clocks mattresses bureau drawers trunks ietc is idle money of no use to its owner and no service to the community. .It is unproductive money a temptation to thieves an incentive to crime. The bank depositor contributes to the better morals and greater prosperity of his country and that's good citizenship. Start an account with us AT ONCE and avoid losses. WE KNOW YOUR WANTS AND WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS Officers and Directors: T. C. YANTIS President J. C. WEAKLEY 1st Vice Pres. J. A. WALKER 2nd Vice Pres...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 14 March 1907

i J THE i the BIG MAN ittle Man: 8 fjrr v-' "Why ;:VS 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 Tour Name in it in some shape. If you Don't know What to sa1 y t the Bulletin Man. He will Help you get it in shape." . The Hj Man's Advice is Good. Experience was His Teacher and He Has Learned Hie Lesson wen. Be Wise and Advertise.

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 14 March 1907

. A LITTLE NONSENSE. Why the Cugfcmer Changed His Mind About laying the Machine. hot long ago an Irishman who had been in Denver but a few weeks Traced to o into business. He had a little money and after look- ing around awhile bought cigar stand. When lie had been in pos- session of it a week or ten days a man came in and sold him a 'slot machine. K was one of the kind in which a person puts a nickel ami presses a lever. If the color In chooses eomes he wins; if either of the other two tin the wheel slop- under the arrow he loses. The Irishman wan told he could tlx hi- own scheme of play for the machine. The first man who decided to tr it said to the Celt: "Tim. if my color doesn't vouu under the arrow .1 lose iv nick' eh?" "Sure I' replied the proprietor ni the stand. "Well what do L get if I win "You git aaawther trial." "Another trial?' came from the perplexed customer. "But suppo.-. I keep on winning?" "Aw. gwan wid ye.v said. the Irishman. "Voti can't win more ir:-. two or thr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 14 March 1907

r-U- - v - r 8o i ft.. City Announcements. For Mayor. J. R LOONEY. J For Alderman Ward 1. E. B.HENLEY . JESSE M PERRY."..''. - For Alderman Ward 3. WILLD. AIcCHEISTY. . For Aldermam Ward 2. '-. JNO. G. LEE. For Marshal: " GEO. W. WILSON ; - (Re-electiou.) - W. T. HOSKINSON VV . BOB TERRELL. . . W A. BUTLER. iFor Tax Assessor and Collector: CLYDE McINTOSH (Re-election.) !For City Attorney: E. J. MILLER WILL J. SCOTT. (Re-election) For City Recorder: R. H. FOSTER. For City Treasurer: LOUIS E. WALKER. . (Re-election.) Judge G. N. Harrison left last night for Dallas on legal busi- ness. VAN CAMP'S PORK and BEANS are considered the best. Ask your grocer for them. Mrs. J. T. Bennett left last night for Fort Worth on a visit to friends. Rich Jersey Cream is what we use in our Ice Cream and freeze it with eleotricity. It is pure and olean atKaneasters Kandy Kitch- en.. dl28 J. W. Green came in last night from Crothers to look after things at home and see to re- building that part of his res...

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