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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 22 March 1907

Buy Your Milk From Brownwood PURE FOOD Dairy DAILY BULLETIN. Phone 164 rsr PUBLIC STORAGE- WAREHOUSE E. B. Henley & Co. prink I SECURJTY BRAND I JAVA andMOCHA COFFEE 1 Packed fey f IMPORTERS COFFEE CO. 1 New Orleans CHAS. G1DDEHS. j Exclusive Local Agant f Phoae 2. VOL. 7. BROWNWOOD. TEXAS. FRIDAY MARCH 22 1907. NO. 135 1XII1XMX1X MMMMM MMMMMMMIMftflX XXXX one 164 i Come to the Opening. Ckrthmg m m m m m x M m m m m m m m m We extend a cordial invitation to the ladies to visit the Millinery Opening tomorrow in the after- noon from 2:30 to 10 o'clock. We guarantee to show the newest in styles in the Millinery line. Come in the afternoon and evening Miss McHutchon. m m m m m m m m m m m m m X HHXIIVXXX IMCMIiaMllVffl xxxxxxixxxxxxxxxxx n i nil II I ini( That I1UIIIV I MUX Jv Stands for I I Quality. I WA SS 7 " WW M I 1 llfy M - "N- 1 III I . VTF.W i BATTLE H DOINGS ! Wild and Woolly Happenings Took Place Last Night. EVERY It makes no differ- ence how particular you are. The man ha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 22 March 1907

4 Special Sale To-morrow The Dally Bulletin MAYES PRINTING CO. Proos. Entered at the Brownwood PostorSce as Second-Class Mail Matter. Wili. H. Mayes Managing Editor H. F. Mayes Business Manager. C A. TuN-N-ELt. City Editor. Et E. Kirkpatrick Asso. Ed. W. R. Dula Foreman Mech. Dept. E. C. SEITZ Dally Circulator. Subscription per Month 50c Friday Maroh22 1907 ooooooooooo- 0 o 1 General News ! o c 4 2 c 000000000000 Fire does $150000 damage to lumber plant in Leesville La. Texas cattlemen select San Antonio as next meeting place. Brownsville investigation at Washington goes over until Fri- day. Afsubstitute forthe Robertson insurance deposit bill was rec- ommended to the senate. Representative Kennedy ob- jects to tax bills presented by ; Administration. The flood conditions in Cali- ". fornia and along the Ohio river are unchanged. A copy of the alleged Nicara- guan looting circular was re- ceived at New Orleans. Seven persons drowned and much damage done by floods in . Northern Calif...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 22 March 1907

GHURGH Injunction Hearing Set for Next Thursday. FACTIONAL FIGHT IS HOT Both Sides Have Atked for Injunction Restraining the Other From Use of . the Church Property. Application has been made by both the union and non-union factions of the Austin Avenue church asking that the other be restrained from the use of the building and church property. A hearing of the case has been set for next Thursday before Judge Goodwin and members of the congregation as well as other people of the city look forward to the final result of the case with unusual interest. As has of been told the Aus- tin Avenue church has recently been divided into a union and j non-union tactions and both sides have been seeking to keep and gain possession of the church building and property. The unionists are now in charge and the anti-union faction sought to gain possession of .- the property by injunction proceedings re straining the union faction from the use of the building. This was followed by a similar appli cat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 22 March 1907

New Shirt Waists For Easter. Every womanis now interested in her summer waists and we have been looking forward to this time of the year. Have purchased the most beautiful line of lingerie blouses ever shown in Brown wood. If you wish to appear well gowned it will pay you to give us a call. 3? A few choice Net Waists over silk lace trimmed. 1 $5.00 One lot lace and embroidery trimmed Lingerie Waists $3.50 One lot China Silk Waists lace trimmed One pretty variety of styles SI 00 to $2.00 $2.50 THE LOONEY MERCANTILE COMPANY WILL MOVE COLLEGE .Austin Theological Seminary Will be put in New Location ter .of the location of the seminary I f& OOKillg IlltO. and all agitation on the fiuhient. S OF TRUSTEES METi . J. A. Austin of This City Attended Meeting of Board at Austin This Week. the and all agitation on the subject. Four dollars cash and four dol- lars a month buys a good lot. Price one hundred dollars each. Boys and girls buy one and save J your money see $. weniey & Co. now...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 22 March 1907

I 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. O "l tiff HAI l C Art h rt'V 7 r r Vw r - 4" v r w vl - -v 1 r b 4- -C 1 nw ulliw ouuiiibi la nuu yy tu u.y naiuic wilii ctiuuu luicaisiiiL lu mv in x aiuic ui iuuu du LiictL lie Orvill have a nut to crack during the hard winter season. You have brains. Reason the matter out in your own mind. Vv ho will provide for you in the winter of old age? If you want to be well taken care of you had better look after the job yourself and not trust to luck or charity. Don't f rit ter away your earnings but save a part of each week's or month's pay and deposit it in a bank where it will be absolutely safe. Your little bank account will grow large enough to provide for your future. We will safeguard your money and advise you how to increase ti. WE KNOW YQUR WANTS AND WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS. THE BROWN WOOD NATION...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 22 March 1907

Eastertide Is Near 9 The Glad Harbinger ::'-oi Spring. - .; -V.'p't.'; jc. . . Tar. Aim! the wise merchant is herahling hi wares through the advertising columns of the Daily and Weekly Bulletin. In these days of keen competition newspaper advertising is a necessity not a luxury. The successful merchant knows that the people must he reminded time and again that he is in business and wants their patronage and he also knows that there is no medium which can equal a well circulated newspaper like the Bulletin. . . . The Daily Bulletin is a regular visitor in the majority of the Brown wood homes where it is read carefully by every member of the household. The Weekly Bulletin is an unexcelled medium for the advertiser who desires to get before the people of Brown County. The oldest paper in the county it is caretully edited issued promptly neatly printed and well circulated. Its circulation is growing steadily and is well above the 2000 mark. You can't find a better weekly paper in the st...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 22 March 1907

HJW NOT JOBN TO BHAD. That Ve Season We 4s Compelled Vto Xfrcar Glasses. Many athr .commonest physical de- fects of civilized imiu are due 1o an imperfect -adaptation r ibis lody to sew conditions of life. Nearsighted- ness htanexainple. C wVSaleeby. the .English writer ou scientific subjects. ays thai all the talk about the defeneration of the human ye Is undiluted nonsense." The truth is that 'man was -not horn to read.4 An instrument made for .seeing long distances is forced to accommodate it elf to little marks and sinus on a piece f paper. Says Tr. Saleeby "The eye "Which we have inlierited from our an--cestors is one that is used -without ef- fort at long range merely containing within it an apparatus enabling It at "the -cost of nervous and muscular ef ort to he used at short range." The general need of glasses arises from the necessity in modern Uf f the use of the eyes at short distances lithe "eye -were naturally focused upou sear objects the advautage as Dr. fialeeoy admi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 22 March 1907

I t Fine Millinery. The most talked of subject among the Brownwood ladies is Millinery. If you see two or three together the chances are good that they have under discussion the kind of hat they expect to get for Easter. A great many ladies have visited our Millinery department the past week and the uni- versal comment is that they never saw prettier hats at the price It is a handsome showing of ready-to-wear and street hats at one third the price asked for the same quality and style elsewhere in Brownwood. We will not be satisfied until we get you to see what we are offering then if you think you can do better in style or material or price anywhere else we shall not. complain But whether or not you are ready to buy see the hats here. Rogers Dry Goods Co. IS 3E IE 2 City Announcements. For Mayor. J. R. LOONEY. C. H; BENCINI. Re-election. For Alderman Ward 1. JESSE M. PERRY. For Alderman Ward 3. WILL D. McCHRISTY. For Aldermam Ward 2. JNO. G. LEE. J. EL GRANT. For Marshal: GEO. W. WI...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 23 March 1907

Buy Your Milk From Brownwood PURE FOOD Dairy DAILY BULLETIN. Phone 164 Ortnk eprirstTV air AND I PUBLIC STORAGE V WAREHOUSE B. Henley & Co. JAVA ULnd MOCHA COFFEE Packod bx IMPOR-TERS COFFEE CO.. New Orleans. CHAS. G1DDEMI i Exclaaire Local Agaat . ' I Pken 2. VOL. 7. BROWNWOOD. TEXAS. SATURDAY MARCH 23 1907" NO. 136 MMMVMMMMMM IMM1VIVIM MIIilMMMlMMMMMilil x g Come to the Opening. Phone 164 M ft ft ft M ft ft m m m m m m u m m m m m x ft x We extend a cordial invitation to the ladies to visit the Millinery Opening tomorrow in the after- noon from 2:30 to 10 o'clock. We guarantee to show the newest in styles in the Millinery line. Come in the afternoon and evening X X X X X X X X X X X Miss McHutchon. I xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxixxxxxxxxxxx o The SUPT. COUSINS HERE Makes Splendid Address Before the Teachers Institute. Name That Stands Tor 7 Y Point of1 "I VIEW From EVERY It makes no differ- ence how particular you ire. The man hard to please once pleased is a life -long custom...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 23 March 1907

Special Sale To-morrow . '?-' rv-'"3-; v - 5-ri '.v. - At The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING CO.. Props. Entered at the BrownwoodlPostoffice as Second-Class Mail Matter. Will H. Mayes Managing Editor H. F. Mayes Business Manager C A. TCNNELi. City Editor. E. E. KlKKPATRICK. ASSO. Ed. W. R. Dula Foreman Mech. Dept. E. C. SEITZ Dally Circulator. Subscription per Month 50c Saturday March 23 1907 toooooooocoo o o ! General News f o S $ooooooooooo6 The senate adopted the house blacklist bill. Peasant riots in Roumania still continue. The Santa Fe merger bill was passed finally by the house. Twenty-six female suffragists was. ned in the city of London. Abnormally high temperatures prevailed in the United States. .. J. S. Rogers the oldest station agent in Texas died at Colum- bia. - English house of commons adopts the army bill after a long session. The thirty-second annual Sun- day school convention has begun at Dallas. The amended Galveston char- er was passed finally by the house. The h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 23 March 1907

' 1. i .1 DAY AT LAMPASAS Erectioa of Large Modern Bath House at tkat Place Being Considered. The writer had the pleasure of spending; a day reoently at Lam- pasas the best natural health re- sort in this seotion. Twenty 5 ears ago Lampasas was easily the best known resort in the state and from early spring to late fall people from all over the state and from other states flocked there in large numbers. There was an immense summer hotel success- fully operated boarding houses thrived everywhere the trade of the merohants with visitors was large and it looked like the re- sort would become world famous. Too muoh prosperity is often as bad as too little and the local people satisfied with the stream of wealth that the springs were bringing became indifferent. They thought that the natural now. The DeODle who will w I 4 & house ereoted where the immense but out of date structure has stood for so many years at Hanna Springs. It is not proposed to tear away all but the frame work of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 23 March 1907

111 ! There's Nothing To compare With it Alco clothing has distanced all competitors. Lawyers Doctors Mer- chants Druggists Capitalists all find the "ALCO" good enough for them and it is good enough for you. We can fit perfectly the big man little man tall man short man any sort of man that comes our way Don't invest until you see the "ALiCO." LOOM MERCANTILE COMPANY 55 The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors. Entered at the Brownwood Postofnce as Second Class Mail Matter. - Subscription Per Month rnc WILL H. MAYES Manayiny Editor. H. F. .MAYES Business Manager. C. A. TUNNELL. City Editor. B. C- SEITZ Daily Circulator. E. E. KIRKPATRICK Associate Editor. TV. R. DULA. Foreman Mech. Dept. Up Against Athletes. Two very interesting games of baseball were played in Stephen- ville Friday and Saturday be- tween two college teams two of the strongest teams west of the Sheriff Bates Cox came near losing his life in this city Wed- nesday while arresting a young man named Mitchel...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 23 March 1907

.V i A NUT TO eRACK The Little squirrel is endowed by nature with enough foresight to lay in a store of food soT:hat he will have a nut to crack during the hard winter season. Vou have brains. Reason the matter out in your own mind. Vvho will provide for you in the winter of old age? If you want to be well taken care of you had better look after the job yourself and not trust to luck or charity. Don't frit ter away your earnings but save a part of each week's or month's pay and deposit it in a bank where it will be absolutely safe. Your little bank account will grow large enough to provide for vour future. We will safeguard your money and advise you how to increase ti. WE KNOW YOUR WANTS AND WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS. THE BROWN WOOD JJT ATIOJUJL 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. I 10 WILLS ARE LEFT Estate of Ed Green to be ject ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 23 March 1907

-..- S3 5- Al -f ' m.. T I - . . . . . - r T - - - 1 X Great J3ATER Saleiv U v Easter Silk Sale. 2 peices White Habitna Silk 20 n Q -Inches wide Easter Sale price yd L 0 C 25 peices 36 inches fancy checks and solid colors taffeta silk SJ .23 value fl Q Easter sale price yard OuC 4 peices white black blue Helio and pink pin check wash silk 35c val- Q Q ue the world over Easter week yd L Q C 10 peices fancy and changrable A ft effect silk.65u value at yd rOC 100 silk Waist patterns no two alike at $2.70 $3.50 S4.0O S4.5Q $7.50 o 00 and.. Silk Organdie Sale. 10 peices 27 Inch Silk O gimdie. large figured.. Every peice a beautiful de- sign will wash like linen real OQ 65c valut on sale the yard 0 wC 1 peice 80 inch Linen 5heetihjr real $1.25 value. Easter sale price Q C the yard 3uC 25 pieces figured Lawns and demities 12 and 15c values on "sale lfl- Easter week yard I UC 20 peices fancy Gingham A. JP. C: and Eeqfro reaMOe values special 0 the yard. . OC Ladies' Silk and Satine Petticoa...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 23 March 1907

.-.j fV . "mKmmmk f "IT If Result in the Death of Well Known Officers at . Fort Worth r !4 ' ' - tf- ''ff-f-'- '. KWUN uAMBLINli UlVt Silver Collars ) J V I r r COUNTY ATTORNEY McLEAN The Victim of a Desperate Gambler Was Shot on - Street "While His Wife Looked on From a Buggy Just Across the Way. Jefferson Davis McLean shot through the neck which was broken and which resulted in in- stant death. HamillP. Scott servical verte- brae fractured at base of the Keck producing paralysis of sen- sation and of motion of limbs; also shot in the axila of the right shoulder and in the right fore- arm. Death is expected mom- entarily. i William Tomlinson shot the last shot. UrOUgh the Stomach in thej Beginning of tfae Tragedy. right leg and in the fleshy part i i f tie right shoulder. Rational! Shorfl y after -3 o clock yester- when taken to city jail but later j dayafternoon Sheriff ood m los&bnsciousness and.is expect- W ? ?ePutlf Snow ed to die at any moment. Such is the result of the aw...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 23 March 1907

J ust Six More Days V fe. -.1 0 City Announcements. For Mayor. m J. R. LOONEY. : G. H. BENCINL iRe-election. JFor Alderman Ward 1. 1 JESSE PERRY. For Alderman Ward ii. WILL D. McCHRISTY For Aldermam Ward 2. ; JNO. G. LEE. J. H. GRANT. tjFor Marshal: ' . GEO. W. WILSON ;j (Re-election.) . k . . W. T. HOSKINSON BOB TERRELL. W. A. BUTLER. For Tax Assessor and Collector: CLYDE McTNTOSH . (Re-election.) . or- City'Attorney? E. J. MILLER. . 1 5 WILL J. SCOTT (Re-electidn) For City Recorder v .ri R. H. FOSTER. For City Treasurer: LOUIS E. WALKER. (Re-election.) . -Dr. R. L. Farris. Osteopathic Physician over Armstrong Jew- elry Co. Phone 566 d&wtf Phone 432 for correct Plumb- ing. Remember the Floral olub will 'have oharge of the Majestic on next Wednesday. Come. If you ride in a Cole vehicle you ride in the best . Looney Mercantile Co. Plumbing carefully and cor- rectly done by Cone Phone 432. r.. -Try a sack of Bewley's Hour ;:V-the old reliable sold and guaran- :: teed by H. Daniels...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 25 March 1907

.7? 1' T. phone 164 Buy Your Milk From Brown wood PURE FOOD Dairy Phone 164 It PUBLIC STORAGE DAILY BULLETIN. Drink .( SECVRJTY BR. AND JAVA and MOCHA COFFEE Packed by IMPORTERS COFFEE CO.. New Orleans CHAS. GIDDCNS Exclnsi-re Local Azattt WAREHOUSE E. B. Henley & Go. Phona 2. VOL. 7. BROWNWOOD. TEXAS. MONDAY MARCH 25 1907. NO. 137 i MXIIXXI1KI XX11IIVXI IIHIM1I 5 Opening A Success. m m m m m m m M M X X The opening on Saturday was a suc- cess in every way and we want to thank our friends who contributed to. its success. The universal opinion is that the hats are prettier this season than ever and our friends tell us that our assortment is the lovliest of any in the city. Those who did not buy hats Saturday will want to buy this week. Remember we are getting new ones every day and would bo pleased to sell you. Miss McHutchon. x X X X X X X X X X X X X X X FELL INTO CONVEYOR D. O. Landrum has Narrow Es- cape From Death at Oil Mill i HAXtfMMH XMMXXXXXXXXXXXXXX D. B. Smith of the B...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 25 March 1907

The Daily BtiHetin MLAYES PRINTING CO.. Proos. Entered at the Brownwood Postoffice Second-Class Mail Matter. aer "WiLi.H. Mayes ilanaging Emor H. F. Mayes Business Manager. C A. TftKELt. Citv Editor.' . E. E. KikkpaTrntc.-Asso. Ed. W.'R. DuLA Foreman Mech. Dept. E. Skitz Daily Circnlator. Suoscriction oer Month ... .50c Monday March 25 1907 ARE AFTER E Daniel Baker Base Ball Team Left for Stephenville Today. WAHT AT LEAST ONE GAME The Boys Will Try to Scalp the Stephen- Ville Aggregation in at Least One Contest. The Daniel Baker College base- frail team left on the early morn- ing Frisco for Stephenville where they will try to get even with the John Tarleton team for de- feating a Brownwood team twice last week. The Howard Payne keys who played at Stephenville last week were unable to cope with their opponents and the Stephenville team is jubilant oxer the fact that they defeated a Brownwood team. The Daniel Baker boys say they are going to make a desperate effort to hold the Tarlet...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 25 March 1907

t 4a Exhibition The largest line of Pianos f ver shown in "West Texas. The Apallo Player best manu- ictured. Call and hear some Rood music. ARE STANDING PAT Conductors and Trainmen Reiec Any Compromise at Chicago MAY DEMAND A STRIKE Like the songs of Roads West of Chicago Must Make Ad ditional Concessions if They Wish to Retain Employes. Information reached members of the Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen in Brownwood yester day that the conductors and trainmen on all railroad systems west of Chicago had by an over- birds whelming majority rejected the advance in wasres offered by the f.VlO mliolool mini! nf t-Vin ITTJU piano has a charm of melody I railroads and had voted to strike that.is surpassingly sweet and 'if necessary to enforce their melodious. It harmonizes with i demands. The official canvass the human voice in a most mar- velous way so that it is always sought for for accompaniments. For richness and depth of tone j ana for all around goodness it cannot be surpassed. 1 H....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 25 March 1907

. AXMifft tiff imi. . 2 THE! SEASON IS HERE -vir The time to buy Embroideries and Laces is NOW As styles point favorably in their direction-it 'would be a paying investment to select while there is yet time. We have a com- plete assortment in.Allover Flouncing Irish Point and Swiss Embroideries Baby Irish Val Mechlin and Allover Laces Also a few novelties in Embroidered Waist patterns. : LOONEY MERCANTILE COMPANY. i The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors. Entered at the Brownwood Postoflice as Second Class Mail Matter. Subscription Per Months .."0c WUJL H. MAYES j "Manajrinf: Editor. . ; H.F. MAYES. Business M&naeer. C. A. TUNNELL; City EJitor. E.C. SEITZ Daily Circulator. W. R. DULA. E.E. KIRKPATR1CK. Associate Editor Foreman Mech. Dept. SMALL TOWNS IN DANGER. The sentiment at Fort Worth is so strong that gamblers will have to leave that city. Hell's' Half Acre the notorious resort for all classes of toughs is being cleaned out and that work will pro- gress more ...

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