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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 21 June 1894

J tuunuuud ttUdin VOL. IX. BROWNWOOD TEXAS. THURSDAY JUNE 21 1894. NO. 34. i feylb Hats. c Yourlwife will leave you df your best girl go. back on you if you wear that old hat any longer. . It looks so shabby and worn and has no more style than a mud fence. For $1.50 You Can Buy new In the very latest shapes and a beauty. The "TOURIST" is much worn this season and all the latest colors are being shown in the hat dep't at Gteech's. & 1 & m 25 to Reduction on gentlemen's week. Wejhave a large stock of these goods and can fit you in SIZES suit youfo QUALITIES and delight vou withPRICESno'matterihowfastidious or how low you have bought your goods. Jno. T. Creech BROWNWOOD TEXAS. Thrlftychool. Last Monday Jnight was a pleas- ant period injthe history of Thrifty school. Prof. George the energet ic and worthy vounr principal of the school mostjjustly ranks as one of the rising men of the educational world. The JThrifty community has just cause to be proud of the performances of the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 21 June 1894

i Some Commandments. 1. Thou ehalt not go away from home to do thy trading thou nor thy wife nor thy sons nor thy daughters that they may do -co trading with strangers who pay no taxes for thee. 2. Thou shalt surely patronize thine own merchants and manu facturers that they may patronize thee and bring prosperity to both. 3. Thou shalt employ thine own mechanics that theywill not be driven from their homes to find bread for their little ones. 4. Thou shalt consider him that is thy neighbor above all that dwelleth in a strange town when thou art in wantof anything. 5. Thou shalt do whatsoever lieth in thee to encourage arid pro- mote the welfare of thine own town and thine own people. 6. Thou shalt not regard a pen- ny when it standeth before thee and owe to him who is thy neigh- bor. 7i Thou shalt not suffer the voice of pride to overcome thee and if drummers' entice thee con- sent thou not. S. Thou shalt spend thy earn- ings at home; and they may be re- turned whence they came ana ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 21 June 1894

RAMEY SMITH & CO. J n O-OOIDS 4 i 1- M A ; Dress1 Goods Foreign and Domestic Silks Carpets Rugs Mattings Oil Cloth Flannels ! ' Flannelettes Damask Wash Fabrics and Ginghams; Domestics and Calicoes. Ill All 1 A Pleasing Incident. Up in the front was a printed sign which said no ;nevsbbys would be allowed to come on the car to sell papers. If they wanted to do business with a citizen they must waylay him before he takes his seat. Now it happens that a man is not always ready to buy his paper until he is settled and knows he is on the right car and that he has small change and that all the chances for a comfortable progress home have been - seized. So he doesn't like to stop out at the gut- ter and buy his paper. And obe- dient to that demand the news- boys have been taking one little liberty after another until they have come right into the cars and sell without let or hindrance. This was an open car and the man and women were in a terrible hurry for they knew the car would go be...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 21 June 1894

WATER WORKS. We put in and extend Water- Works. " We sell Hose and Lawn Sprink lers etc. HURLBUT HARDWARE CO. Brownwood Bulletii?. Entered at the postoffice at Brown- wood Tex. as second-class mail matter. PUBLISHED EVEBY ThURBDAY.BY WILL H. MAYES - Editor and Prop'r C. L. HOLLAND - Business Manager It begins to look Berry W.Camp will be nominated for governor. From the present outlook some body is going to get beat in the race for governor. The prohibition party carried JNorloIk Va. lately in a straight TJartv fiVht fnr nit.v nffioofc J -o . "v -m u vuxey movement seeniB to have waned until there is none of it lett but the tramp element. Senator Chilton continues to smile nlacidlv and rnn lit h hnrf J fc 1- A. iiosi oi opponenxs at nis neeis. The Houston Post continues to wage unrelentless war against Sen- ator Reagan. Reagan seems to thrive under it. The race for the nomination for governor seems to be a mixed scramble in which the winner is pretty hard to name. Joe Jones has been...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 21 June 1894

SANTA FE RAILROAD NOTES. From the Railroad Editor. The. "boys' are looking for a pay day this week. Conductor M. H. Lyons has been on one of the locals south this week for several trips. A very heavy rain fell up the ;line Sunday morning and all trains were delayed several hours in con- sequence thereof The tank at Valera has been abandonedand hereafter all engin- eers will take full tank at Ballin- ger and Wild Cat. Mr. Smithers has has been ap- pointed roadmaster for the division between Mullin and Temple and was out this week looking overTire situation. Engine 499 was on the passenger run between here and Temple for a few trips this week in place of engine 1 which is in the Temple shops being repaired. The engineers are well pleased with the new tonnage rating which went into effect a couple of weeks ago. It is a great improvement on the old system so it is claimed. Bro. Bass has had electric lights put in at the freight office and now you don't have to get a lantern and wake up ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 21 June 1894

1 c t e a How One Feels With the Grip. The Insurance Journal describes in an amusing way the misery of a person having an attack ot' the grip and -still the picture is not greatly overdrawn. Ever had the grip? I will give you a few pointers. You will im agine' that you have a bad cold and you can wear it out but you need not try it. The grip has fastened his fangs on you and will not let go. You have got to give up go home and go to bed. In a short time you will feel like the Chicago drummer who took the Keeley cure at Dwight 111. You will feel like an anarchist and want to bomb. You will real ize Beecher's dream of hell. You will think your head has been re- moved and an old beehive with the emptv comb left in its place. Your mouth will taste like a pail of sour krout. You have the grip. The doctor eomes looks you over and puts the thermometer in your mouth finds your temperature to be 104 degrees in the shade your pulse going at the rate of two miles and three laps to the second. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 21 June 1894

t Stopped the Duel. "Down in my neighborhood once upon a time" says Congress man John Allen of Mississippi recently "there was bad feeling between two lawyers. There was a challenge sent and duly acknowl e'dged. The hour- was appointed and the two men met in a secluded spot. One of them was a great sufferer from St. Vitus' dance the other was cool and collected. As thiey faced each other the afflicted man began to tremble from head to foot while his pistol described an arc with varying up and down strokes. His opponent stood firm as a rock waiting for the signal to fire. Before it came however he laid his pistol on the ground walk- ed into the woods and cut a limb of a tree with a fork in the end- of it. This he brought back and stuck in the ground in front of his antago- nist. Then turning to the second he said: "I must request you to ask your principal to rest his pistol in that fork.' "What for?' asked his opponent's second. "Well' replied the other 'I have no objec- tion to runn...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 21 June 1894

4 7 Vbrownwood bulletin. J. W. McFARLAND DENTIST Ogee over 1st Kat. Bank Brownwood. Prof. Hunter spent Monday in Goldthwaite. The next district conference wil be held at Goldthwaite. Fishing parties are so numerous we can'J keep up with them. Ice cream supper at Mrs. Virgie .Moore's to-night by the Methodip ladies. The Methodist Sunday schoo had an attendance of two hundred last Sunday. Mrs. Valentine who has recent ly moved to our town is reported on the s'ck list. Capt. NA. Willett and his fam ily are at home after a year's stay an Tennessee. The family of L. P. McCord IS visiting Doug. Wood at Goldth waite this week. Mr. John H. Wright's family is spending the summer at the Colo rado river home. Mr. Jno. McMillan the clothier is baok from his trip and is now to !be found in his store. Edgar Hargrave has returned from 'his trip to Chicago. He. says be enjoyed it hugely. Smith & Jackson Bros say itood:ad. in The Bulletin draws like .a mustard plaster. Mai.. J. T. W. Tillar of L...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 28 June 1894

tQiiit wood VOL. IX. BROWNWOOD TEXAS. THURSDAY JUNE 28 1894. NO. 35; ittlleiw. JOHN T. CREECH ON TRIAL. A Popular Verdict. A Separate Verdict from Each Juror. -K' 1. "We find that the best assorted stock of dry goods etc. is at Creech's. 2. We find that the largest stock' of boots and shoes it at Creech's. 3. We find that the best stock of hats is at Creech's and that the styleB are the very latest. 4. We find that Creech's whole store is the most complete in the whole city. 5. We find that customers are treated courteously and that no misrepresentations are practiced in this establishment. 6. We find that every one geta full value fox his money invest- ed at Creech's. v 7. We find that Creech buys close for caBh secures the best account's and that he gives his customers the benefits. 8. We find that Creech carries the goodB that the people want the very best that the market affords. 9. We find that Creech always sells his goods below the usual price. . 30. We find that Creech's low...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 28 June 1894

ROSS AYLINE'S ARMY. Caotured By River Pirates and Sold as Vagrants to Arkansas Planters. "Thistulkin the Chicago Rec- ord about- Kelley's army Uncle Job "reminds me of '? said a sto- ry. Ross Axline came to Kansas right after the war. The first year was uncommonly dry and his corn and wheat was burned out be the sun. But he had spunk and stuck to it and lived through the winter on such stuff as he could kill with his gun and the product o' his cow. But durin' the winter the wokes got that an' his growin' family near famished. Tho next year he did some bet- ter but only made expenses and finally when time came to prove up he didn't have enough to pay for his land with and so he give a mortgage to a Kansas City firm an' got enough money to get a title. Things were no better though an' gnally when the time came to .pay the mortgage Ross had no money an' he was given walkin' papers. Ross argued that that wasn't right an' his boys stuck to him. "The more he thought 'bout it the more he j...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 28 June 1894

He had Some Rights. He whs about as hard a speci- men of the genus peripatetic as had ever climbed an alley fence but that did not deter him from knock- ing at a kitchen door and waiting for some one to come and open it g Tor him. In this instance it was 7the lady of the house. 4I merely desired to learn" he Baid with a bow "if you could give me a little something to stay my hunger?" "Certainly. Come in." And she fixed him by the kitchen table and gave him a good spread. He enjoyed it and ate everything in sight and the good woman was pleased to see him enjoy his meal As he was starting away she came out with a box of cigarettes in-her nana. "Perhaps you would like one o these" she said extending the box. Me saw wnat tney were (ana stopped. 'Madam " he said in a hurt tone "I am poor and despised and without friends but I have no lost all my pride and I desire to say ere I go that you have insulted me beyond the power of apology Good morning" and he stalked out in a manner that utter...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 28 June 1894

WATER WORKS. We put in and extend Water Works. i . We sell Hose andrLawn Sprink- lers etc. HURLBUT HARDWARE COSlrotten apples in the bottom of the Brownwood Bulletin. Entered at the poatoffice at Brown- wood Tex. as second-class mail matter. Published Evkry Thursday by WILL H. MAYES - Editor and Prop'r 0. Ii. HOLLAND Business Manager This hot weather is enough to detract attention somewhat from politics. People judge a man's business by the regularity with which they see his advertisement in the paper. A business is sooner forgotten than you imagine. Unless somebody settles up soon for two or three year's arrearages on subscription we will be under the painful necessity of confining our diet to rabbit track .soup. If Cochran has any friends they should get together and advise him to withdraw. So far he has not secured a vote and there seems lit tle prospect of the record being changed. Gayle Talbot the versatile edi tor of the Slephenville Journal was married last week to Miss Maeei...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 28 June 1894

SANTA FE RAILROAD NOTES. J From the Railroad Editor. Engineer Ben Donley has been enjoying the scenery about Temple for. several days past. Mr. D. B. Wall and family have returned from Goldthwaite and Mr. Wall is now at work on the wept end. Mr. Bert Hawkins our hand some young machinist is off on i fishing trip at Goldthwaite and will be gone several days. Mr. Lewis Willis expects to be gin keeping house in a few days and will use the house in Coggin's addition formerly occupied by Mr. Barber. Reduced rates to Lampasas over the Santa Fe are bringing large crowds to that city and it is getting quite a reputation abroad as a sum- mer Tesort. Mrs. E. C. Calvert and th'e little ones have returned from a pleasant visit to relatives in Bryan and the Santa Fe's genial cashier is all smiles once more. Engine 49 was sent .to the Som- erville quarry last week and en- gine 55 a 10 wheeler put on the run in her place between Brown- wood and Temple. Engine 56 just out of the Tem- ple shops is o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 28 June 1894

. in His Wife's Name. ;-. Alf Hayden who came here for Manager Uiarles Froman m ad- ' vance of "Sowing the Wind" used manage the Columbia theater and was an active member in the Forty club. When he went to New York . as Frohman's general manager his name was transferred to the list of non resident members of the club so of course he attended the fare well dinner of the Beason last Mon- afternoon. When he was call- ed upon to tell how sorry he was that he had ever left Chicago he told of a New York merchant who had met with a long series of busi- nese reverses and would fail every time he had built up a fortune These trials by fire had made him learn a thing or two and he became very cautious and secretive. While on a business trip to Buffalo he was taken seriously ill in one of the hotels and a physician was shown up to the man's room and he saw at once that the man was in a very j critical condition. He feared that there was absolutely no hope for his recovery. "My friend" he asked...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 28 June 1894

RAMEY SMITH & CO r GOOIDS v 1 I w w Dress Goods Foreign and Domestic Silks : "-! Satins Yelvets potions and Fancy Gooods u Ribbon and Trimmings. White Goods Laces Linen Umbrellas Fans 1 Handkerchiefs Cloths Linings and 50 in. Dress Goods Hosiery Underwear and Kid Gloves. Carpets Rugs Mattings'' Oil Cloth Flannels Flannelettes Damask Wash Fabrics and Ginghams Domestics and Calicoes. "U! 1: I f All The Above Lines Our Stock is jVow Complete. lti-i :A i :;- ;- 1 CALL AND SEE US 1 ... In Canning Time. It may be' news to some young housewife that boiling fruit may be poured into a glass jar without the slightest danger to the glass if only it be set on a folded cloth which has been wet with cold water. The old system of using a silver spoon as a conductor for the . heat prevails in many households yet but a wet cloth is simpler. The filling of the jars may be greatly expedited by the use of a grocers The father who would have his child when that child becomes a man continue in his ca...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 28 June 1894

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN. W. McFARLAND DENTIST J "Office o over 1st Kat. Bank Browmvood County court meets next Mon day. Dr Fowler is visiting friends in east Texas. ! MiBS Lola Smith lis visiting friends at Goldthwaite. Rev.. A. B. Norrell is at the pro hrbition convention at Waco. Mr. G. S. Howard is back from a trijhto Southeastern Texas. Mr. D. K. Renfro of Marlin is here mixing with old friends. Mrs. W. M. Shelton is. visiting friends at Mexia: her former home $ M. L. Sanders is out at Ballinger picturing the Ballingerites this month. The Bulletin appreciates the friendship and patronage of the railroad boys. Watermelons are now getting to be quite plentiful on the markets 'of Brownwood. Rev. A. B. Norrell has returned from a trip to Mills Hamilton and San Saba counties. Rev. Mr. Strickland of Ballin cer. is . assisting in the North Brownwood meeting. . Misses Jonnnie May tm ana Mollie Smith are visiting friends at Coleman this week-. J. W. Malone and A. J. Schmidt with their familie...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 5 July 1894

1: nmnniHid BROWNWOOD TEXAS. THUBSDA'Y JULY 5 1894. NO. 36. a mm. a It 4 ' 5 ? it f RIGHT GOODS AND Find eager buyers every day. Creech has them. Herein lies the why for his rapidly increasing trade even now during the so-called dull season. Dry Goods Cloth- ing Shoes arid Hats are all -. . "''.; LEADERS ATCREEGHfe But the big rusWauring )ig rusdurii for SUMMER COATS and - r ; f ? : . - Hot Weather Underwear. ' Come along we have plenty left. Liaen Seersucker and Alpaca Coats 25 c. to 250 each. ' Balbriggan and Muslin Underwear 50 c. to $156 a' suit Ladies Summer Vests . .u-' 8 1-3 c. Ladies Jersey Ribbed Vests : ' j atooc. - Closing Sale on Laces and Embroid- ery 25 per cent. Come and See What John T. Brownwood - THE PRIMARIES. The Most Interesting: Ever Held In BrownlCounty. Saturday June 30th was the -day on which the democratic can- dictates pot their influence and DODtdarity to the test. At the different voting places in the coun- ty crowds could be seen standing .around talkin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 5 July 1894

; ; ' : T ' " ' If You Burn Yourself. The pain from slight burns is very great. An excellent applica-j tion is a thick paste of conamon baking 6oda moistened with wMer spread on a piece of linen or cotton and bound on the part writefe Elizabeth Robinson Scovi.l in an article on "What to do in emergen- cies" in the March Ladies Home Journal. This can be kept wet by squeezing water on it from a sponge or cloth until the smarting is soothecL A thick coating of starch can be used instead of the soda or wheat flour if nothing better can be had. but neither should be applied if the skin is broken. In this case it is better to use vaseline olive or linseed oil. The Doctor will ap ply some preparation containing carbolic acid. If the air can be effectually ex eluded from a burn the pain is re lieved. Blisters should be pricked and the fluid absorbed with a soft cloth before dressing. If the cloth adheres to the skin the loose parts should be cut away and the patches of material soaked off w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 5 July 1894

t A Tomato Story. "Have another tomato Johny. said grandma as she saw the last red slice disappear from Jphny's plate. "I think you Njike toma- toes." "I do" said Johny. "I like them raw and stewed and baked and most every way." I wonderifyou wouldlikethem the way I ate them last summer in "Wyoming?" Cousin May .said. ''"They were not plenty there and we ate them like fruit with cream and sugar." "Well" said Johny "I'd just like to try them that way." "Why bless the child!" grand- ma said "We'll have some for supper. "That's the way we used to eat them but it's gone out of fashion now.1' "Didn't you like tomatoes when you were little grandma?" Johny asked when he saw her looking at his jjlate with a smile in her eyes. "Ko" said grandma ' but that's because I was a big girl before I ever tasted them. I never saw any until I was thirteen years old." I '"I can remember it so well! A. pedler who came to our farm once a week bringing buttons and thread and such little things to sell brou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 5 July 1894

Kin WATER WfWfKS. A man has been Uiscoverea m We put in and extend Water-JColeman county who has live therej Works. 117 years and didn't know therei We sell Hose and Luvvn Sprink-lwas a newspaper published in the lers4etc. HURLBUT HARDWARE CO. county. On learning that such was. I the case he has decided to go far ther west. Brownwood! Bulletii?. Entered at the postotlice at Brown- wood Tex. as second-rlass mail matter. - Published Eveby Tkcusdayb.y WILL H. MAYIS - Editor and Prop'i HERVJSY MAYES. - As$taat Editor. IN MOURNING. A western editor hits the bull's I eye thus: If you have anything ivou aon't want or can i sen or something the hogs won't eat why in thunder don't you bring it to this office and apply it to your sub A jscription? If you don't read and. have no use for the paper take the stuff to the preacher: he comes next. J. S. Murphy of the San Angelo Standard is being burdened with honors. He wa but recently elect ed mayor and has now been ap pointed democratic chairman ...

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