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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 25 March 1907

THE CONSERVATIVE PATH. 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. f " Manv vears of experience in banking convinces us that conservative methods are always best l-best for the bank and best for the people. ABSOLUTE SAFETY is the best thing we have to of fer. Other inducements are of secondary importance. The officers of this bank do not borrow its funds nor do they indulge in questionable speculation. The bank is managed with a view to accom- modating the public and not a few officers of the institution. No Qne has an inside here but all stand on the same plane be he officer stockholder or customer. When you decide to open a bank account or when you think we can be of any service to you in any way come and see us and we will endeavor to do you a good service. We know your wants and we want your business. THE BROWNWOOD NATIONAL BANK Its Lesson...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 25 March 1907

I MARK TWI pen The Great Humorist When a Boy Posed as a "Medium." yUST WANTED TO SHOW OFF. jHi Own Story ot ms icnip " . . t -r- J Fall the Way He Improved His Op- portunity and the Dramatic Climax to Hi Performance. An excitlnpr event In our village (Hannibal was l!io arrival of the mes- Werlzer. I think tht year was 1850. ;Hc advertised his show and promised marvels; admission as usual. 25 cents; rliihlren and nejrroes half price. The Tillage had heard of mesmerism In a general way but had not encountered It vet. Not many people attended the first night hut next day they had so many wonders to tell that everybody's curiosity was fired and after that for a fortnight the magician had prosper- ous -times. 1 was fourteen or fifteen years old the age at which a boy is - willing to endure all things suffer all things short of death by fire if there- by he may le conspicuous and show : off' before the public and so "when I saw the "subjects" perform their fool--lsli antics on the platfor...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 25 March 1907

f - a : ; I '"if-.. ) Eastertide Is Near The Glad Harbing of Spring. V. HIHHHBililflHHHHHHHIHHHfllHBHflliH May esi ' And the wise mercliaiit is heralding his wares through the advertising columns of the Daily i and Weekly Bulletin. I n 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 carefully edited issued promptly neatly printed and well circulated. Its circulation is growing steadily and is well above the 2000 mark. You can't fi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 25 March 1907

o Nine Men Out of Ten Like Kuppenheimer Clothing I IT $ IV ; 2ri- Z ; Ik City Announcements. For Mayor. J. R. LOONEY. C. H. BENGINI. Re-election. For Alderman Ward 1. . r: JESSE M. PERRY. For Alderman Ward 3. WILL D. McCHRISTY. For Aldermam Ward 2. JNO. G. LEE. J. H. GRANT. For Marshal: .. GEO. W. WILSON (Re-election.) . - W. T. HOSKINSON sr::; "'BOB TERRELL. W. A. BUTLER. v For Tax Assessor and Collector CLYDE McINTOSH (Re-election.) For CitylAttorney: E. J. MILLER WILL J. SCOTT '(Re-election) "For City -Recorder- R. H. FOSTER. For City Treasurer: LOUIS E. WALKER. (Re-election.) Mayor Bencini returned this .morning from Fort Worth where he has been since Wednesday. Eldredge will begin at prompt- ly 8:30 tonight J. C. Roseborough is in the city this week on a visit to home folks. Dr. R.. L. Farris Osteopathic Physician over Armstrong Jew- elry Co. Phone 5G8 d&wtf 5Phone 432 for correct Plumb- sing. A. Laybourne state mana- ger for the Spaulding Buggy company is in the city today...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 3 April 1907

! ourjf Wu "Tow r.wnwood pure FOOD Dairy Phone 164- V ' I in ill- lust stck DAILY BULLETIN. Drink SECVRJTV BRAND JAVA euidMOCHA COFFEF Packed by IMPORTERS COFFEE CO- STORAGE ;rrhottsf Henlev & Cn.. New Orleans CHAS GlDDENd i Exclaaive Local Ageat f VOL. 7. BROWNWOOD. TEXAS. WEDNESDAY. APRIL 3 1907. NO. 145 I t - - f m M X m m M m m m m m m M "X Ii&ted combi m m O Easter Is Gone RETURNS Easter Sunday lias passed into nistory but before it ea we filled numerous -orders for hats awar customers were alLpleas- ed; It wattrusli to be sure but we did our best to please. "We have more time now and can better attend to your wants. Our store is acknowledged headquarters for spring styles. See us for spring" millinery. ft X - I 1 ft 1 g J. Rw Looney Wins In Mayor's g I Race Over C. H. Bencini. j X X X X jam MILLER IS CITY ATTORNEY (L W Miss Hutchoa Accidents Will And a good way effect is to see E Co. gndletth for the Mary JXS llr j X X X X V X X X xxxixxxx s Drug Store. TL' i YOll FROM...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 3 April 1907

r1 it 31 i m I i u This Store is the Best npffl to supply y our w . ; gra WE OFFER you the advantage of choosing from the most extensive assortments of all r ides of merchandise from the least expensive dependable qualities to the finest grades. Whether your raiment must come trom a smaii purse or Dig une au can nnu ucic mc . best selection and the best possible values at a given price. This is the People's Store in the Fullest Sense of the Word. '7" v. We have searched the best markets of the country this season and we consider our showing second to none. & . e Schloss Bros and "Sterling" Clothing: every model a new one absolutely Perfect and up-to-date $7.50 $10.00 $12.50 $15.00 $18.50 $20.00 New line Yacht Straw Hats and Panamas $1.00 $2.00 $3.00 $5.00 $6.00 Jno. B. Stetson Hats all new shapes $4.50 $5 $6 $7.50 The Tieer and the Gimbel Hats- shapes and all the new colors. Each new line novelty $3.00 Superb showing Men's Oxfords $3-50 $4 $! in all effects --Negligee Mohair The...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 3 April 1907

m K. X-i 1 Hlff M I I I 1 1 H ' !! 1 1 1 yst e5eivec a shipment of high gra de charcoal f IR. "FT Dentist Over Camp-Bell Dru Company Phone 137 Phone 386 DR. EARL BELL Dentist Bulletin Building Mrs. B. F. Winters First. Class Dress Making Kooms 5 and Bulletin Building. r r-r Sullivan's Barber Shop. V; Modern and Glean Hot and Cold Baths. j txt door Rccfio a Drug Store. .4-" 1 pZ?Tr IILJJ.l 1.1.111 m EH53H5I33 Great convenience in traveling between FORT "WORT& and DALLAS Over the Interurban Cars leaTe both Cities every hour traversing- the business center of each place. Passes all leading- ho- tels and union stations at FORT "WORTH G. C & S. F. Rock In- land and Cotton Belt stations at DALLAS 5 baggage car- oach waydailv.. W C. FOR BESS G. P. i T. A. Ft. Worth TVa. DALLAS OF-VfORTIIJ To California $25.00 Some Points Slightly Higher. One Way Colonist Tickets to California at abovt rate will be on sale daJv March 1st to April 30th 1907. Vta "All the Way" and where Fred Harvey se...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 3 April 1907

TO BE RE-ENFORGEJ HELD AS ACCESSORY burg- Alkali Eye is Comtt cost out on "Battle ft need .Regular Session Held Last Night With Looney Presiding Arrest in $75000 Embezzle- ment Case Made at Temple. MILLER IS STILL ENCOURAGES "G! COUNCIL MEETING 551- men sooi HYDRANTS FOR COMPRESS Ceuncil Will !urcbase Necessary Hydrants For The Main To The New Compress On Hek Street. The council met in regular ses- sion last night with Mayor pro- tein Looney in the chair and with councilmen Giddens . Grove Armstrong and Hoskirison pres- ent. ' ! i The water committee was in- structed o purchase the neces- sary aydrfejits to be placed on 3?ik street or the new compress i5e. The sp-p orted that Aliev had had two wells sunk neaitiie mouth of the sewer as tost we&5 and that in one of the wells a bme clay had been struck but in the other a fine bed of gravel was found. They were instructed to continue their Investigations until some- thing satisfactory was accom plished. The request of the Jadies;of ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 3 April 1907

5 I Privileges. & -Xt this bank the depositor and the small borrower are accorded rivileges with the larger customer. If you are one of our custom- ersd have in anywise contributed to our prosperity we thank you most heartily. If you are not our customer we invite you to become one with a promise that we shall exert our best endeavors to . please you and to give you the very best of service. 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. Remember we are well prepared to serve you with loans should you require them. You are invited to make use of our fire and burg- lar proof vaults for the safe keeping of your valuables without cost. We also furnish safety lock boxes free for customers. When you need safe and conservative banking privileges come and. see us for we know your wants and we want your business. The Brownwood aij.; i n i. i iMan...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 3 April 1907

: . HASTE! HASTE! HASTE The King hath given commandment anil people must obey for surely his royal will is done as night succeeds the day. O THE Cdntiitii0 tieen Esther Will be given under the auspice and direction of the Wednesday Harmony Club Friday Night April 5th AT THE Opera House .. . -yV o This is one of the most difficult operettas ever attempted on the Brown wood Stage and it is at the same time the most beautiful abounding in soprano tenor and bass solos as well as duets trios quartettes and choruses. The best musical talent of the city have leading parts; the costumes are rich and elaboratethere's nothing lacking in ability costumes stage settings or scenery to make this the greatest event Brownwood has ever had in a musical way. o Carnegie Library Benefit The Operetta is for the benefit of the Carnegie .library an institution of immeasurable value to the city and one in which every loyal citizen of the town is interested. o Reserved Seats Noti? On Sale At McHinn's. Commi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 3 April 1907

i I I s fLUM RE S cans - MtRRi. on. "But rike so many or our great ten of business he cannot appreciate politics the ienlties of tae maaia aeblic life whose persuasion and com- promise Bust be used authority al- XJMt never. And. because 1 hare re- sisted some of his Impossible demands has declared war on the party. He has raised up In it a faction head "feed by your old enemy Domtnlck. I sj'-aed not tell you what a brute what beast he la the representative of all tfclB abhorrent in politics." 'S6ction headed bv Domlnlck be Tery formidable" I sug- linick isn't the nominal 5d Dunkirk Hoebuck rd for that No. he has the decoT mv eal. V Crotat perhaps you know so T needn't tell you what a Shallow.' TMial fpllntc he Sfafltt of gab that fools the peo- know him." said I in a tone -ch did not deny the accuracv of us s description. Thir object." continued the sena- tejgS to buy the control of the par- Machineryway from those who aow maiage it in the interests of con- itlsm and fair dealinr. i...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 3 April 1907

JBgimmm '" " - "jj CO.. f - . '" DEWS j Remember us I 1 I 1 M v r ROGERS DRY GOODS n Mrs. R. W White of Mercury is in "the city on a visit to Mrs. TJr. E. W. Snyder. Seethe new Rogers. Street Hats ati ; Dr. E. W. Snyder and mother ;have gone to Benbrook on a visit to relatives. Go to Rogers where the prices on .Millinery are not bank break- - ing. D B. Smith went to Coleman : - to look after business matters for the cotton mill. A delayed shipment df Millin- ery just in at Rogers. C. H. Bencini left this morn- . ing for Chicago where he will spend a couple of -weeks on busi- ness for the oil mills. : Mrs. J. W. Snyder' is home from a very pleasant visit to - homefolks at Reagan"Texas. Mrs. Chris Switzer and sis- ter Miss Nellie of Blanket are ". in the city today snopping. - . -Rogers Millinery is strictly up . to date with reasonable prices. If you want a nobby rig see Weakley-Clingman Hdw. Co. Carl Wright and ei6ter Mias Clyde of Waldrip. are in the oity - today. Col. G. I. Goodwi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 6 April 1907

11 it hone 164 Buy Your From Brownwood PURE FOOD Dairy Phone 164 v. IC STORAGE DAILY BULLETIN. Dxlnk SECURITY BRAND JAVA andMOCHA COFFO Packed by iMDnD TVOS r.fHTST.K CO.. WAREHOUSE El. B. Henley & Co. New Orleans. CHAS G1DDENS. i Kxcltmive Local Ajceat I Phone 2. VOL. 7. t BROWN WOOD. TEXAS SATURDAY. APRIL 6 J 907 NO. 148 J -7 Mrs. Andrew Davis of Brook- lyn is in the city on a visit to Airs. Ira W. Hall. Nfc Bowden Furniture Co. uys and sells new and second hand goods of all kinds. Miss Anna DeBerry of San Angelo is here for a visit to her sister Mrs. Ira W. Hall. HOWARD W Go to Rogers where the oriJVIillinery are not bank ing. prices Brownwood Student Captured break- Gold Medal at Greenville. KIMMIMHM1I IHIIVIIIV IIH1 111 WILL GO TO KANSAS CITY EaSter Is Gone m m v m m m m Easter Sunday has passed into history but before it came we filled numerous orders' for hats and our customers were all pleas- ed. It was a rush to be sure but we did our best to please. We -have more time ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 6 April 1907

I oooooooooooo General News 5 o o o oooooooooooo An earthquake destroyed 300 houses and killed eight people in ; Anmenia. Major B. F. Hays died from the effects of a fall from his barn loft at his residence two miles north of Bonham. William L. Gibb publisher of Word and Works a religious newspaper published in Abilene died suddenly. from an internal hemorrhage. Harry K. Thaw was declared sane by the unanimous report of the commission in lunacy ap- pointed to inquire into his pres- ent mental condition. By order of the county com- missioners court an election will be held April 27th in all the Mc- Lennan county precincts Waco included to determine whether or not liquor shall be sold in the county andjcity. As a Tesult of adopting the 'charter recently granted by the legislature the city of Temple finds itself practically without any local laws to govern its municipal affairs as all former laws were repealed by the act of the legislature ' granting the charter and all ordinances base...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 6 April 1907

P Brandegee Kincaid & Wood Some Things For the Kitchen The Queen Esther Cantata is the Talk of the Hour.' RECORD BREAKING HOUSE SUCCESS v f T And oh how necessary some- times Nothing is more exasper- ating to the busy housewife than to find a much wanted tool missing or broken We try always to buy the most substantial things in kitchen ware and that is one reason why we be-. Iieve we can serve you in this line better than you can be served else- where. Here are a few of this week's specials the prices speak for themselves. Extra strong: Egg Beaters Dover pattern - 1 5c Steel Mincing Knife double blade . . . . . . : :. . . 22c Ice Shavers -50c Ice Pick 19c and 25c Ice Water Sets 7 pieces :.. SI. 75 Looney Mercantile Co. St. John's Church. Services tomorrow. Morning at 11 subject for sermon "The Resurrection." Evening at 8 subject for sermon. 4 4 Results of the Resurrection." Everybody welcome. Jno. Power. Rector. Call phone (4 Brownwood Pure Food Dairy. Just received large shipme...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 6 April 1907

COLEMAN'S FIELDS The Coal Field May Mean Much to That County and City. TWO RAILROADS INTERESTED Saia That Texa & Pacific and Santa Fe are Both Trying to Obtain Leases on Coal Lands. The Coleman Democrat in commenting on the article which appeared " in the Bulletin last week concerning the opening of the Rockwood coal fields says: "For some time past a move- ment has been quietly going on that means much to Coleman and Coleman county develop the vast coal beds that lie along the southern portion of the county. These coal lands embrace a wide area on both sides of the Colorado river in the neighborhood of Rockwood and Waldrip. "In some places these coal beds have been opened and worked to a limited extent. In fact are now being worked in a primitive fashion. Some coal is being taken out and sold all the time. But those who have been operating them have always been badly handicapped. They have no capital. "The coal that has been taken out has been done by the per- sonal efforts of ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 6 April 1907

Hoy. Fortunes Grow In order to accumulate a fortune it is h age of every legitimate opportunity to earn money and to save it. T ;A4-: j i j xi. 1 w muuauiuus auu ctuuumiLdi a.uu men 10 use every pre- caution to safeguard what you have made. This bank was es- tablished to assist people in making and saving fortunes. It will so care for your money that it is absolutely secure and you can have it when you want it. It will assist you with good advice . in business matters and if you join its financial family it will prove your good friend in time of need. It insures you the best service and convenience. 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. Make a deposit today. Many fortunes have grown from small bank accounts. We shiaI be pleased to confer with you regard- ing any matter that wilMie to your interest. Every transaction regarded strictly co...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 6 April 1907

i i : I HTFNnFH F 3 1 vile THE LIT FINE One of the Battle Row Scrappers UeU Heavy Penalty OFFICER SAW THE SCRAP And hit Testimony was Entirely Differ- ent From That of tfie Battle Row Gang. Chilton Carnea the Battle Row youth who initiated the Dublin man to the myeleriee of that street two nighta ago was tried in the oity oourt yesterday afternoon and City Attorney Will Scott succeeded 'in getting the jury to assess the maxiaputn fine of twenty five dollars and costs which made the little eorap oost Carnea in the neighborhood of forty dollars. The gang testified as usual that one of their number had aoted in self defense and that it was neo- eBsary for him to strike the man in order to protect himself. The testimony of cffioer John Cham- pion hich waa offered in rebuttal of that completely offset the evi- dence of the gang. Champion stated that he had been attracted to the place by the sound of loud talking and that just as he enter ed the door Carnes stepped to- wards Rawles and st...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 6 April 1907

- I ' 1 t I 1 . 'r I I m i . IJ Copyright 1905 by Hart SchafTncr 5r Marx The Goodness of This Store The Gilliam Store. Is demonstrated daily. The people are buying our merchandise buying liber- ally We are the selling agents for goods only that have stood the most severe tests for style Tightness and wearing qualities. Our splendid assortment of correct apparel will appeal to people who know as to style and price. Stocks throughout the entire store are now practically complete and never was there z more tempting layout of wearables offered than this store puts forward at this time At II Copyright 1006 by Mar: Schaffiier tsf U Special showing- of fine tailored skirts in panamas. voilles serges and batiste. Our two splendid style at $5.00 and $6.50 are wonderful values and are the most perfect goods we have shown at even 20 per cent more money. LONG GLOVES Pure silk fabrics double woven finger tips 16 and 20 button lengths. Colors are brown tan light blue pink red helio grey and white...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 6 April 1907

u LADIES READY-TO-WEAR 3"f We doubt if a larger stockt or a better selected of Ladies Waists Skirts etc. than we are now showing was ever brought to west Texas. We took uhusual pains in the selection of these goods and the numerous sales we are making is evidence that we purchased wisely. Rogers has what you want in Ladies Ready-to-wear at prices that are very reasonable considering the quality of the goods and the styles in which they are made. You can't buy the material and have the goods made at the prices we are offering this line. Rogers Dry Goods to. IE Z OX XL IE ft j Dr. K. L Farris Osteopathic Physician over Armstrong Jew- elry Co. Phone 5G8 d&wtf Misses Ruby Smith and Alva Wilcnn nrn vicifinrr ATissPS Trmft 'Roffic and Annip Tin v fit Rlanket. ' All kinds of yard and garden tools at Looney's Hardware. ; .fcarl Day and wire or tJianKet die in tuc v;iiv luuaj. A delayed shipment of Millin ery just in at Rogers. J. A. Gilpin of Dallas repre- senting Dun & Co. is in th...

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