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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 15 March 1907

Phone 164 Buy Your Milk From Brownwood PURE FOOD . Dairy Phone 164 PUBLIC STORAGE v WAREHOUSE E. B. Henley & Co.. Phone 2. BULLETIN. Drink csv-.il ft ITV RR AND I JAVA a.ndMOCHA COFFEE ( FaeKM x r IMPORTERS COFFEE CO.. t New Orleans CH AS G1DDEK8 Exclusive Local Agtnt f VOL. 7. SROWNWOOD. TEXAS. FRIDAY.. MARCH. 15 107. NO. 129 DAILY X X. X X X X X X X X X X X X X' X X IVBW 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: W e are selling hats every day. If you want to get the best COME EARLY. MISS McliUTCHON. X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X MEETING F Directors of Daniel Baker Col- s lege In Session. xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx A fine little daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Bozeman yesterday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock. Don't fail to see the "Foul Play" at the Majestic tonight. Another feature will be the Fro'l. ics ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 15 March 1907

The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING CO. Pron. Entered at the Brownwood PostorEce as Second-Class Mail Matter W1L1.H. Mayes Managing Editor H. F. Mayes Business Manager. C A. Tunnell City Editor. E. 12. Kikkpatr ick. Asso. Fd. W. R. Dula Foreman Mech. Dept. E. C Seitz Daily Circnlavpr. Subscription per Month 50c Friday Mach 15 1907 Jury Men Summoned to Serve at the Coming Term. WARNING ISSUED BY JUDGE Mr. Brumfield Serves Notice That He Will Impose a Fine on Any Jury- man Who Fails to Respond. The next term of county court will convene on the first day of April and the jurymen have been summoned to appear promptly at 1:30 o'clock in the afternoon of that day. There is a penalty prescribed for the non-appear-. ance of jurymen and County Judge A. M. Brumfield says that he will certainly impose fines on . all members wno have been sum- moned for this term and do not appear promptly on time. He says he wants to avoid being. delayed in opening the court by the tardiness of jurymen. The jury...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 15 March 1907

CONDENSED STORIES. a Light Fingered Person Who VWas Sure of His Skill. Uptftn Sinclair in an address at Da vegetarian banquet attacked the trusts. "The trusts" effrontery is amaz-eing-v he said. "They commit a sin with as virtuous an air as you or I would do a piece of charily and there is no getting around them no heading them off. They arc like old Eliphalet lloskins. "Eliphalet 3 Joskins was one of the old residentcrs of the Head of Sassafras a small Maryland village. He -was light lingered. He lifted eggs bars of soap potatoes chick- ens anything that came in his way. The Head of Sassafras people knew his failing well but on account of his great age ihev had pity on him. He was never punished. "It happened that one night a load of dried fish arrived at the "THAT'S A FA1K OFFES 2IK. SXlltH." wharf loo late for the keeper of the general store to remove it. There was nothing to do but cover it with a tarpaulin and leave it out all night. In. this there was no risk though. The Head ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 15 March 1907

vXHlII..(.l..Ilf(IeII(IIr.tI..(t..f. Have You Seen Looney's Spring Dress Goods? .riot' why not? They have everything new on the market from a 25c Gingham which would make up like Silk to Silk and imported fabrics suitable for the most L elaborate of costumes You would be spending your time to no better advantage U than when learning price and being shown through the department CANTILE COMPANY THE LOONEY MR The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors. Entered at the Brownwood Postoffice as Stcond" Class Mail Matter. Subscription Per Month . -i0c WILL H. MAYES M ana jring Editor. ' 'FT. P. MAYKS. RiKinpss Mnnawr. f A. TTNNELL. Citv Editor. E. C. SEITZ. Daily Circulator. E. E. KIRKPATRICK Asspeiate Editor. W. R. DULA Foreman Mech. Dept. - PROFESSIONAL OFFICE HOLDERS. A recent editorial in the Bulletin on lawyers in .office is attracting much favorable comment from other Texas papers. It seems that the man who wishes to become a professional office holder seeks his jobs throug...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 15 March 1907

I 41113 DOIXARHYDE FAMILY :U.i. . Every day the newspapers contain dispatches that tell of the Dollarhyde family. The ddllar-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 letc 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 f THE BROWNWOOD NATIONAL BANK. Officers and Directors: T. C. YANTIS President J. C. WEAKLEY 1st Vice Pre...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 15 March 1907

."--- : . a: 'f rif --51 j inWTi "'IV- Jt f ( SAID THE If i th BIG MAN ittle Man: i "Why Don't you 5 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 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 He Has Learned (he Lesson well. Be Wise and Advertise. t r 4 -4. i

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 15 March 1907

BITTEN BY MAD DOG. Rft8 Eight-Year-Old Son of L. F. Moore fcountered Serious Acci- ' dent at Miles Station. Brought to Angelo. RSfus theeight-year-old Tson of LF. Moore was! bitten' Mon day ifternoon by a mad dog at Miles Station. The little boy was brought Tuesday to the mad stone at San Angelo and is being given medi- cal attention here. The hydrophobic dog belonged to the Moored family fand was shot Monday evening. Itfeis thought thatthe dogjjgot her bites from apole-cat. which'J it killed Sunday. San Angelo Standard. No Case on Rcrd. There is no case on record of a cough or cold resulting in pneumonia or consumption after Foley's Honey and Tar has been taken as it will stop your cough and break up your cold quickly. Refuse any but the genuine Foley Ts Honey and Tar in a yel- low package. Contains no opiates and is safe and sure. Camp-Bell Drug Co. Fifty Men Wanted. To work at the Cemetery on Monday next bring hoee shov- els rakes etc. Inquire about wageB to Will Turner at the Br...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 15 March 1907

1 City Announcements For Mayor. : 4 J-R- TjOONEY For Alderman Ward 1. E. b. HENLEY JESSE M. PERRY. " ?For Alderman Ward o. " WILlLD. McCHRISTY iFor Alder-mam Ward 2. JNO. G. LEE. For Marshal: : . GEO. W. WILSON (Re-election.) W. T. HOSICINSON V BOB TERRELL f : W. A. BUTLER. jFor Tax Assessor and Collector: CLYDE McINTOSH (Re-election.) . For City Attorney: E. J. MILLER WILL J. SCOT1V (Re-election) " 'For City Recorder: R.H.FOSTER. iFor City Treasurer: ;: " ' LOUIS E. WALKER. : . (Re-election.) ; Dr. R. L. Farris Osteopathic Physician over Armstrong Jew- f elry Co. Phone 568 d&wtf Mrs. R. F. Clardy went to Fort Worth this morning to visit her daughter Mrs. Massey. J. K. Street who has been visiting his daughter Mrs G. B. Savage returned to his home at Dallas this morning. All kinds of garden and yard tools at Looney's Hardware. Phone or call for what you need. .John Snyder went to Fort Worth this morning to spend . Sunday with his brother Ned who is attending college at that plac...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 16 March 1907

Buy Your Milk From Brownwood PURE FOOD Dairy DAILY BULLETIN. Phone 164 DiinK cpniBTTV BB AND I T tf PTATI A "T" JAVA&ndMOCHACOFFEj WAREHOUSE k B. Henley & Co. Phone 2. IMPORTERS COFFEE CO. tw Orleans CHAS. G1DDEH Exclusive Local Ajsnt- Packed by - AT VOL. 7. BROWNWOOD TEXAS SATURDAY MARCH 16 J907. NO. J 30 Phone 164 J5 - IftHlIRIIII IIIMVIVIX MMIMMI X X M X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X Millinery Opening We will give our usual Spring Opening: on Saturday March '23 when we will have on display the swellest line of hats ever brought to Brownwood. To buy before you see our hats would be the greatest of folly. None like ours. You are invitod to come to the opening. MISS McHlTCHON. X X X X X x. X X X X X X X REPLY TO JEW W. O. SoRelle Submits State- ment From Record. SAYS SHORTAGE IS SMALL Matter is Now Closed. If there is Short- age There i Resource in Claim. xxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx see the Editor Bulletin: Referring to Mr. Jersig's statement in yesterday's Bulle- tin claiming...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 16 March 1907

No Opening This Season. It is customary for Millinery establishments to have opening days at the beginning ot each season when the Dress fiats on display but this season we will have rio opening We will however on Monday March 18th have on dnplay our 3- are put entire line of 13 TV rwrwT?.T&T HATS TAIlvOK MADE HATS We admit that this is departing from the usual custom but then we have the hats ready and what's the use of holding: back. The entire stock will be put on exhibition next Monday and will be sold as fast as the customers come for them. Remember we have the best selected stock of Millinery in the city and are going: to sell them. Come And See The Nert Things. We extend -a cordial invitation to the ladies to pay our place a visit Monday and inspect the new styles. At Old Stand On East Broadway Mrs. J. F Favell WWTWTWTWywWWW M t w w - - w w I w - -- -- -- -- . The Daily Bulletin JtAYES PBINTINO CO.. Proo. Entered at the Brownwood Postoffice &e Second-Clase Mail Matter...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 16 March 1907

i ' -harming Easter btyles Of Spring Fashion 1907. A New Season with New Styles in all departments. The newness of Spring abounds throughout the entire store winter" goods are forgotten and dainty street fabrics are greatly in evidence. We cor- dially invite you to inspect this splendid gathering of Dame Fashion conceits. New Our receiving room the past week has been taxed to its capacity with the arrival of NEW SPRING GOODS. We made stu- pendous purchases in the Eastern markets early when the price commissions would guarantee bargains for our customers and every department is bulging with its quota of these goods which are now on sale. Easter Comes Earlier this Year Than Usual. The best time to make selections is now while stocks are at their very best. Every dollar you spend here will be invested in the cream of New Spring Merchandise picked from the best markets of the country and you will have the assurance and pleasure of knowing that the styles are correct the designs the newe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 16 March 1907

(J ! .. :3smmss- 7 T S i T"irC MANY MEN OF MANY MINDS. I We are prepared for the most fastidioussupplied with more than enough of the famous and. faultless ALGO SUITS in as many beautiful patterns ;" each bearing a distinct style to satisfy all in prices that suit your purse. This isn't so much an advertisement asv a systemized and perfect fitting line of Clothing Try us and be pleased all through the coming season by wearing an up-to-date suit. THE LOONEY MERCANTILE COMPANY W. C. Bowden and family foraaeriy of Brown wood but fkk&t dt Mineral Wells came in fmet week. Mr. Bowden hasn't jMde up bis mind just yet what fee will do or where he will go ut intimated that Blanket look- ed good to him ajnj3 for the present at least 'would make this his home. Blanket Signal. Universal food choppers sev- eral sizes. Weakley-Clingman Hardware Co. Easter Post Cards Puzzle cards Greeting cards Toast cards Initial cards Time ar- rival cards. Worlds Wonder cards Transparent cards Elk cards Japa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 16 March 1907

vTHE DOJLIiARHYDE FAMILY. .11 if III jj s i )t 11 I it Evcrv dav the newsoaoers contain disoatches that tell of the Dollarhvde family. The dollar-hider does not only endanger his own t t . v 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 1 manufacturer to extend their business operations. ' . Money buried in the ground or stored away under carpets in cupboards clocks mattresses bureau drawers trunks i 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 thatTs good citizenship. Start an account with us AT ONCE and. avoid losses. WE KNOW YOUR WANTS AND WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS. THE BROWNWOOD NATIONAL BANK. Officers and Directors : T. C. YANTI...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 16 March 1907

MftMlHBttMMMMXXMMXMXXft X X X X X X X X X X X X X ft John Deere Cultivators Planters and Harrows Pittsburgh Perfect Hog Fence Poul- try and Orchard Fence. Full line of Hardware Stoves and Furniture L N. NEEL . S. W. Corner Square BROWNWOOD TEXAS. S&KKffXXJXttMXXXXXXXXXXX QUOTES HOGG TO AID BILL. . Representative Jenkins Gives Extracts From Message on Homicide. Austin. Tex. March 14. In support of his bill on felonious homicide which abolishes the distinctibns'as to murder of dif- ferent degrees and manslaughter Representative Jenkins calls at- tention to the "following excerpts from the message of ex-Governor Hogg January 1901: "In the 'definition and punish- ment of offenses against property our laws are models' Such however is" riot the condi tion as to life the dearest right of all. iNo ottense can be morej easily proved than that of unlaw-! ful homicide yet there are less convictions for it than any other crime in proportion to the num- ber committed in this state. Causes fo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 16 March 1907

OUR BIG BROWN BEARS. They Are More Than a Match For tee Largest African Lions. reent.-ige of people even - HLsf U'K' an tercst in rild him:l life. realiv know that the. largest flesh eating animals it- tHe world are found in America : People general! v lelievo. and haw believed tor ages thai the Africa- lion is the king of hearts. But he i- not nearly a? large or as powerfu an animal as: the large brown beav of subartic America. The beai are not a? ferocious or combaiivo a- the lions nor are they nearly a vicious ah they are given credit fo being. But the largest of them ar much larger arid more powerfu' than any of ihv lions. It is ?5ife t say that the largest of the browi bears of the. north would webr' three timrv. a much a? the laive- specimen of lion and is bevc ; all question greatly superior in strength Comparing these two power lY.' animals in action if brought togeth- er in combat the hear would n first appear very clumsy. It wo;" not be capable of the quick rush 01 the cat...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 16 March 1907

it IE 101 IE Keen Your Eve On Us P e.."-4' 3.3 WE If right .merchandise right prices and right but are planning for larger trade. Millinery at Reasonable Prices You will make a mistake if you buy your spring' hat before you see our stock. We have a fine assortment of ready-to-wear and streets at about 1-3 the price asked at Millinery Stores. You wont find anywhere anything more up-to-date or more at- tractive than the hats we are showing. We know we can please you. IL. City Announcements. v. For Mayor. R. LOONEY. fir Alderman Ward 1. ; E. B. HENLEY 0 JESSE M. PERRY. r Alderman Ward o. ' WILL D. McCHRISTY. :- : For Aldermam Ward 2. p v JKO. G. LEE. tl:.Hpr Marshal: GEO. W.' WILSON ;'.. "'' (Re-election.) ; w. t. hoskinson :yr BOB TERRELL. W. A. BUTLER. -JFot Tax Assessor aud Collector: gtv&C;' CLYDE McINTOSH f' U (Re-election.) Wot City Attorney . jgS Jy E.J. MILLER Jff- : WILL J. SCOTT - . jt'v. ' . (Re-election) - . "S - . t -Por City Recorder: -)5S-. R. H. POSTER. yy JJFor Cit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 18 March 1907

Rhone 164 Buy Your Milk From Brownwood PURE FOOD Dairy DAILY BULLETIN. Phone 164 Dl TO or-r A T7 Drink ccriiu itv ns iNn V WAREHOUSE E. B. Henley & Co.. Photic 2. JAVA amdMOCHA COFFEE J Packed by ' IMPOR.TERS COFFEE CO. New Orleans. CHAS G1DDENS Kxclnaive -Local Agvnt . f VOL. 7. BROWNWOOD. TEXAS. MONDAY. MARCH 18 1907 NO. 131 M m m m m Saturday March 23 j M M ft M M M X X X X X XXXXMMHMX XXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXX Is the day set for our Millinery Opening and on this day all the pretty styles in Spring Millinery will be on display. Street and Tail- ored Hats can been seen any old time but the Dress hats will not be shown until opening day. Then you will see everything that is stylish. MISS McHUTCHON. X X X X X X X X X X X X X X 0 Risins GOTION MILL Star Will Help Brown- wood to Build One. WILL SUBSCRIBE BIG STOCK Dick Sellman and E. E. Wil-i George .Harris and Miss Ira loughy of Brady were in the city Wyatt were united in marriage last night on their way to the at the home of the bride ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 18 March 1907

lm No Opening This Season. It is customary for Millinery establishments to have opening days at the beginning of each season when the Dress Hats are put on display but this season ason we will have no opening We will however on Monday March J 5th have on dnplay our entire line of And PATTERN HATS TAILOR MADE HAT k. - - I-.'- J We admit that this is departing from the usual custom but then we have the hats ready and what's the use of holding back. The entire stock will be put on exhibition .next Monday and will be sold as fast as the customers come for them: Remember we have the. best selected stock of Millinery in the city and are going to sell them. Gome And See The Netf Things. We extend a cordial invitation to the ladies to pay our place a visit Monday and inspect the new styles. At Old Stand Vfr T 1 3 IhVi rl 1 On East Broadway J X iav AA The Daily Bulletin MATES PRINTING CO.. Prop.. Entered at the Brownwood Postoffice as Second-Class Mail Matter. WiLi. H. Mayes Managing Editor ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 18 March 1907

ES THE G1TY GVBjyavidson Will Locate at Coieman in the Near Future CONNECTED WITH NEW BANK Will be Vice President of the New Na- tional Bank at Coleman and Has Disposed of Interests Here. G. B. Davidson cashier of the Citizens' National Bank of this city has disposed of his interests in that institution and resigned his position to take the vice presidency of the new National Bank at Coleman. At a recent meeting of the stockholders of the Coleman bank Mr. Davidson was elected .vice president and he has decided to remove to that place and take active part in the management of the bank. His stock in the Citizens' National of this place was purchased by $Ir. J. B. Turner who will take a position in the bank. Mr. Davidson will move to Coleman at once. Brownwood regrets to lose so estimable a citizen. Coffee If you are in the market for Coffee Jook over the following1 list which we handle. For th price there is no better coffee made' or sold. White House 1 pound can 40c 2 pound can 75c R...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 18 March 1907

: Y MANY MEN OF MANY MINDS We are prepared for the most fastidioussupplied with more than endjjgh of the famous and faultless ALCO SUITS in as many beautiful patterns each bearing a distinct style to satisfy all in prices that suit your purse This isn't so much an advertisement as a systemized and perfect fitting line of Clothing Try us and be pleased all thr ough the coming season by wearing an up-to-date suit THE LOONEY MERCANTILE COMPANY The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors. Entered at the Brownwood Postoffice as Second Class Mail Matter. c! "Shut up Mayes nobody said anything against your excel- lent Brownwood country. It was the Panhandle section to which the Citizen had reference and it is our friends out there for whom we had a feeling.' Your Brownwood country is all right and what we said once we are ready to say again and stand by it. West Texas covers all out of doors" and the Brownwod coun- try is only a small portion of it. Meet me in Galveston in May Ma...

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