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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 27 June 1895

I i I People We Know. ; Jack Osbum-of Mullen ! was a guest in our city Wednesday of last week. Marvin Mussett is in Waco and is the representative at that place for the Fort Worth Gazette. Miss Zoe Dunman of Coleman has secured an appointment to the Sam Houston Normal fot next year. Dr. R. C. Mayes is engaged in the practice of medicine at Gin- dale in Bell county and is' doing well. ; Dr. Bryan has reached San An- gelo and has set up his dental par- lors. His wife and daughter will ..... t join him soon. Capt. S. II. Wood is visiting in Wacb the guest of the faniily of M. L. Sanders the genial photog- rapher. . . O. E. Roberts was" in town a few days during last weeK.. lie ex- pects to spend next year in ischool at the State University. R.-G. Piner once engaged in the telephone business in our city is now station master of a proiliinent railroad line in Sherman. I The Mickel brothers who es- ' -i tablished the Daily Bee in our city somej years ago are now in charge of a prosperous ...

Publication Title: Brownwood Bulletin
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 27 June 1895

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN. J. W. McFARLAD DENTIST I I Office over 1st Nat. Bank Brownwood. Rev. W. M. Shelton has been on the sick list for the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Jno. W. Goodwin arid their son returned from Aus tin this week. Miss Ruth Tannehill ireturned Thursday of last week from a i j 1 1. i j i i r s biay -m uie suue scnooi oi methods in Dallas. Mr. Duff Whitten. of Lathem's force returned Friday from San Angelo where lie lias been visit- ing and prospecting. Mrs Anthnr T.n'w nnrf Mirq FrankeCoggin returned Thursday from a short visit to relatives and acquaintances at Cleburne. ' Wilber Smith -nd his mother. Mrs. J. S. Smuli had a most pleasant visit to relatives in Dallas last week returning on Wednesday evening. Mrs. T. F. Tillar ofH Tillar Ark. is visiting in our city the guest of her sister Mrs. J. A. Austin. Sim is nrromnariied bv her little daughter Emma.; Mr. Geo. Savace informs a Bul- letis man that he will soon begin a school at Brookes Lee An this county. George is a wo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 4 July 1895

1 11-4 I. J . i-. - r 1 1 r utm owl VOL. X. BROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY JULY 4 1895. NO. 36. I Jv. "i ' I--. 15 ' Public Approval Goes- far towards establishing the standing of a business house in the conimuniti I and the good will and favor we have been shown indicates that those who halve dealt! with us have been eminently satisfied with their transactions. We endeavor to deal wit our customers lair and square and i Crive Them Honest Value For Their Money. We invite comparison and competition and think we Can be successful over e.irhei We hope to gain you for a customer if you are not already among the large number that visit our store each week. We make close prices and regard quality as the highest standard. We Sell Drv GoOds. Cloth in a anH Rhne - r- .-. r. . o. .o. o. c. . r- -f--.-. 1 I ' '- - - . ' 8 ; ' i 1: ' '. I : l"C -y j " j ; ; illl jgf If ou- Wc i Jlcl Save JVIo peg i WuM Buv From The PH MM Big Bargain Store mm gall mm ' ;".. SB W: 0. Sari a.oe Manager. 31 J.R.L00NEY fo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 4 July 1895

t JOHN Y. RANKIN Si Brownwood Texas. Real Estate i Agent. OFFICE ESTABLISHED IN 1869. Exchange. Bureau for all Kinds of Property Personal or Real. Depositions taken deeds and all legal conveyances written and acknowledgements taken. fc ZEBen.t Agent - - AND ABSTR ACTOR OF LAND TITLES. Live stock and ranches farm ranch and mineral lands for sale in 10 to 10.000 acre tracts. Lands partitioned or divided between 7 ' . owners. Reports made on lands. Intelligence and Employment Office. Will secure the services of farm tics for families or places for the unemployed. Lands rendered for j taxes redeemed from or purchased tees' sales attended and instructions 1 . . . .. . .n 1 1UU descriptive list 01 lanus fiirnished on amplication with descriptive matter of our magnificent iountry. 200.000 acres of valley land susceptable of irrigation at .h'jS V pracHce prices now ranging from $3 to 1 5 per acre which with irrigation dirt cheap. Good place-for one but no will be worth S40 to $75 per acre. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 4 July 1895

The Editor. The following reply was made to the toast of "The Editor" at the meeting of the New York State Democratic editors recently held in New York City: "Fellow toilers in the journalis- tic vineyard the life of the editor is not one of unalloyed happiness. It has its lights and shadows its ups and downs with downs in a hopeless majority. The present occasion is an oasis on the journal istic Sahara. "Occasionally you hear of a rich country editor. An editor forty years ago who started out without a cent is worth now $100000. His fortune is all owing to his own en- ergy industry and frugality and the fact that a rich uncle died and left him $99999.99. Of course there is a mint of money in journ- alism. There must be for so little has been gotten out of it In Bur- mah editors receive elephants in payment for subscriptions. In this country the paper itself is about all the elephant the editor cares to in stock. I read the other day that a man had gone twenty-eight days without eat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 4 July 1895

1 RAMEY SMITH CO HDealexs In EVERYTHING TOWEHR. SHOES lEvcrybbpy inbwsjof the latest Styles in La'diesi; Misses' fand .Children's Sandals and Shoes and ' - ' in rf I . 1 !!. 1 !f this fl'-: n it-:: sThis stock- is : complete well give. you. new goods "and good goods' for-less money than the. same K00HXH00XXX3 Have You Seen THE HANCOCK ROTARY i DISC PLOW? HurbutH'dware Co. Agfs OOOOOOOOOOCXXKW Brownwood Bulletin. Entered at the postothce at Urown- wood Tex. as second-class mail matter. Published Everv Thc1:sday nv WILL H. MAYES. - Editor and Prpp'r HERVEY MAYES. jAss't. Editor. IRA HALL - Asst. Business Manager Communicated. Junebs Mu. Mayes Some .three issues ?ince your paper contaihed an arti cle in reference to my t a Id 11 census of opinionof thp people of J5rownwood on the effects ol local option in Urown wood I in which (you did not call my name but the people of this city. knej- you were referring to me) cast some inuendos at me. That was all right I was able -to stand it for ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 4 July 1895

i It r 00XKKHKK0X0KKXXX)bX000 JEWELRY DeCLARK &son f-e eadirpgf Jewelep CO W a u BROWNWOOD Watches .Clocks; Silverware Jewelry and Spectacles of the latest styles. We are better prepared than any one in the west for fitting spectacles. Fine repair work a specialty. SPECTACLES. 0000000KKXX0X0X0 Mrs. Dr. Ragsdale returned Sat- urday from a visit to her son at San Angelo having been absent about a month. Mr. Tom Armstrong the popular engraver for Armstrong Bros jew- elry ho-ase has returned from his visit to relatives at Relton.j The picnic at Clear Creek school house six miles out from Brown- wood on the Coleman road prom- ises to be a splendid affair. Am- ple arrangements are being made accomadate all who attend. The City Government are urg- ent in their demands to property holders that they cut the -weeds off the' streets around their city lands. The health of the people of our city is in danger and unless this is done immediately it may result seriously. One of our repoiters wh...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 4 July 1895

RANDOM THOUGHTS. I passed a yard a few days agQ in which bloomed many of the prettiest new flowers which under the care of the skilled florist seemed to yie with each other in their brilliant beauty. While ad- miring the picture presented by such a rich combination of almost unpfonouncable flowers I noticed a plain box in which grew a few old-fashioned touch-me-nots just such as my mother and your moth- er dear reader was accustomed .to plant each spring at the old home place. It had been several years since I had seen any of these flow- ers and they brought up a whole mindful of old memories such as we often delight to recall. . Those precious old touch-me-nots! In all that garden there was nothing half so pretty nothing as impressive. My memory went back to the home many miles away. I can picture now the long gravel walk from the broad front steps to the gate lined in liberal profusion on either side with such dear old flowers. Hollyhocks and Poppies Pinks and Carnations while on ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 4 July 1895

i jJ7 Mr. Gaines Scott and lady came over from Comanche the early part of this week to visit iriends in our city. Misses Lena and Connie . Scott returned this week from Comanche where they have been visiting rel atives. Mr. Jno. G. Lee's family return ed last week from an extended visit to relatives in another portion of the state. Mrs. Dr. James daughter of Mr. Batton of this city is visiting relatives in Brownwood. Her home is in Fannin county. Mrs. J. h. Kesler has gone to Denver where she wiM spend a few weeks and from there she will go to Missouri to visit friends. Mr. J. H. Grant manager of the Uarey-Lombard Lumber Co. went to Ballinger last week to look after his firm's business at that point Mr. J. W. Smith and family of Colorado City have been visiting in our city for some time past the guests of Mr. and Mrs! J. F Smith. Tom McCardle came in Sunday night from Houston to pay a short visit to his mother and sister and incidentally to see somebody else's sister. General Freigh...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 4 July 1895

V IBROWNWOOD BULLETIN. t J. W. McFARLAND . DENTIST Office over 1st Nat. Bank Brownwood. J i Mr. Karl Mabry has .a position at the 0. K. Laundry. Mrs. Byrd Garner has returned from her visit to relatives at I em pie. I Mrs. B. G. Plummer was among the passengers on the Bio Grandi last Friday.. ! Pres. B. T. McClelland of Dan' ik Baker College went to Coinan T -l 1 che vesterday. ' Capt. S.H.Wod returned "Mon day from an extended visit to his relations in Waco. if 5 Dr. W. B. Anderson has re moved to the Durham house next 3 ' - door to the Episcopal church. j The capacity of the Brownwood Gotton seed oil mill storage rooms are being increased fiify :per cent ! ( DeClark & Son Brqwnwood's well-known jewelers have a card in this issue that it will! pay you to read. I. A. F. Staggs in this issue asks patronage in his line of business. Ve feel sure- he can" gijve entire satisfaction. . ! We refer with pardonable pride this week to our new ads. Just 166k at them and you will see why we...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 11 July 1895

n. - t ronrmi'oot) VOL. X. BROWNWOOD TEXAS. THURSDAY JULY 11 1895. NO. 37. 1 i C066IN & GILLIAM BROS. Charing Sale. Every item is precisely as stated. t jo yfe must reduqe our do jit we have cutj the nei er see under o ur name Worth 50 c But you will always find our goods Better And Greaper Than advertisements that tell of GREAT REDUCTIONS AND- PRICES CUT IN TWO. At Our Prices are cut in every department values - . smashed. - r : 1 JVIove The Goods Is our aim. Nothing is slighted in this grat sale. Little things command big at- tentions from us. Anything we put a price on Must Have Quality. That . is the ground on which stands our business. We Must Make Room For Fall Goods And Cannot Carry Summer Goods Over. THE The Merchants' National Bank Extends the public a New Years greeting and solicits a share of patronage at the old stand of the - . CITY NATIONAL BANK. Ve beg to call your attention to our first financial statement aB e to the comptroller of the currency. Very respectfull...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 11 July 1895

JOHN Y. RANKIN SR. t w Brownwood Texas. Estate and General Agent OFFICE ESTABLISHED IN 1869. Exchange Bureau for all Kinds of Property Personal or ReaL Rea i I Depositions taken deeds and all legal conveyances written acknowledgements taken. and Intelligence and ; Employment Bureaus SITUATIONS WANTED. SS. Situa'Kn waited By "a sober all round business man. printer compost tor book-keeper ku I earn an manager salary to stilt tlie boss as a starter. 71. Situation for a young uian gro- cery house preferred speaks soue Span- ish Nob"r anil perfectly reliable wages light to begin. 54. Situation for business manager none but American need apply all- around business man $100 per month may get him. WANTED. 32. The girls from the country want- inn good places with families to know tuat uy applying at mis omce j. can get them in the very beBt families. FOR KENT. 50. Two elegant east exposure second-floor rooms furnished or not with very best family. 22. Wanted to rent a good 12 inch Second-Ha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 11 July 1895

Unimportant If Untrue Some discoveries in the .higher culture of small fruits I have made along original lines of re- search and investigation writes Robort J. Burdette in a most humorous article entitled "A Wo- man in a Raspberry Patch" in the Julv Ladies' Home Journal. I do not know with whom they origina ted but I do know they were once original. Sometimes I am in- clined to think they are aboriginal the most of them. But of this anon as I sometimes say in my newspaper essays. You may have observed the expression over my well-known signature "Lex." One discovery i have made which is unimportant if untrue is that the joint-legged microbe with a drap d'ete back which leaves a death- dealing taste on every berry over which hp crawls is verv fond of any infallible insectitude and in- deed prefers it to the berry which is its natural habitat. In order to preserve the berry therefore you have only to sprinkle the insecti- tude thickly on the " canes or on the adjacent weeds which shoul...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 11 July 1895

( RAM EY SMITH & CO. IDealers In EVERYTHING TO MEHR i Everybody knows of the advance in shoes but Ramey Smith & Co. will sell you anything in this line at old prices . They have an immense . stock and all1 the latest styles in Ladies Misses and Children s Sandals and Shoes and an elegant line of Men s Shoes AT POPULAR PRICES. 1 SHOES J. Dtess Goods flr?d otior?s. This stbck is .complete well-selected and" entirely new. Having bought for cash when everything in this line was cheaper than lever know yivc you nev goous anu goou gooes ior less money man tue same can oe nau at any ouier nouse m vvesc xexas. - Glotbinq and parnisbing Goods. -A 1. :-1 n before:: they are able IL' i i't . i 'if - - 1 i to In this department we can please the most fastidious and at prices that will astonish you. Call and see our stock before purchasing. RAMEY SMITH & CO. - : H 0KKH(0000XK0OOK00l Have You been THE HANCOCK ROTARY . i DISC plow? ; HurbutH'dware Co. Agts ooooooooooooooooooo ooooooo B...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 11 July 1895

0KXXXOXOK JEWELRY. . JEWELRY. in u DeGLARK& son BROWN WOOD TEXAS. "Watches Clocks Silverware Jewelry and Spectacles of the latest styles. "We are better prepared than any one in the west for fitting spectacles. Fine repair work a specialty. in r . SPECTACLES. SPECTACLES. 00XK0KKX The local option cases- now in court are attracting much attention among both pros and antis. Mr. James S. Smith" has gone to Taj'lor on a short business trip. Ho left Marshall in charge of his business. The Misses Cassiday returned Tuesday night from an extended visit to friends in Dallas-and jother places. B. C. Chrisman formerly of Rising Star is now located at May. He speaks words of praise for Th e Bulletin and desires it to follow him. District Judge Woodward of Coleman and District Attorney Crosson of. Ballinger were in Brownwoqd Tuesday on court business returning that nighi. H. H. Moore conducted a short Sunday school institute at the. Clear Creek picnic Saturday and many questions of interest ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 11 July 1895

RANDOM THOUGHTS. Blind envy causes untold misery in this part of the world. In many eyes it is almost criminal to be successful at anything. There; are people who will do anything for you as long as you are down but just begin to climb up a little and they are ready to knock you down again. It is the prize lighting spirit. Once down the most brutal assailant will stop his murderous blows but again on an equal foot- ing no mercy is shown. The suc- cessful man seldom entertains any but the host of leelings for the un- successful but let their fortunes be reversed and so often there 'is a change of feeling. I read some- where an oid story of a descending snow-flake meeting a enonvbird "I don't like you' said the snowr flake to the -bird. "Why?" asked the snow-bird. "Because" said the snow-fiake 'you. are going up and I am going down 11 This is an anarchist spirit that should not be encouraged. There can be success without rivalry. There ought to bo enough happi- ness in this world for ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 11 July 1895

Purpose. . The world renowned Philip Brooks among many other1 wise things said: "Set 3'ourself earnest- ly to see what you were made to do and then set yourself earnestly to do it and the loftier your pur- pose is. the more sure you will he to make the world richer with every enrichment of yourself." In this quotation notice the fact that particular emphases is placed on the word "earnestly" so. much so in fact that it is twice mention- ed. Every person of every condition in life owes it to himself and to those with whom he comes in con- tact to have some fixed aim some set purpose for future action. This matter being determined it is then his duty to do his best in that particular line. If he resolves to be a tailor then let him resolve to be a good one. Better it is to be a good tailor than a' wearisome preacher a smart shoe maker than a stupid lawyer. Half the failures in life are due to the fact that men are continually engaging in enter- prises the true merit of which they have...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 11 July 1895

-i i ? BROWNWOOD BULLETIN. ( J. W. McFARLANp ) DENTIST ( Office over 1st Nat. Bank Brpn-mrood. j 7- Miss Einina Hill spent Tuesday with friends down the Santa Fe road. Miss Lela Smith of Gholsoh is is in Brownwood visiting1 friends . this week. Miss Mamie Eubank of Coggin addition neighborhood is visiting in 'Milburn this week. Mr. and Mrs. Brooke Smith went to San Angelo Monday night to be gone only a few days Mr. Jim Lawson and Miss Lou Cartwright both of this city were married Sunday and are yet re ceiving the congratulations of their many friends. Prof. Carl Vincent left Tuesday for- Dublin Hico Granbury and . other points in the state on busi ness. . ile will likely be out sev eral weeks. - A sister of the Misses. Singleton -came in on the Rio Grande .last week summoned here by (the. an- nouncement that her sister. Miss t Ma' was seriously ill. Mr. liillie iiill has secured a position with K. E. Dunning as book-keeper and salesman. He. looks more natural behind the counter than...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 18 July 1895

SEE JNO T. CREECH'S ADVERISEMENT ON LAST PAGE. i : "t-" VOL. X. BROWNWOOD TEXAS. THURSDAY JULY 18 1895. NO. 38. t THEY CAME QUIETLY -AND- With Money -IN- Their Pockets. We Iriean. thej people who visited our store last week. .1 i . Tf?e JLttepdaipce Was Liarger Tfpai? Usual. a . "1 The Reason: J The prices made on goods in every de- partment were like a magnet. THE PRICES " 03ST Dry GoodsClothing Etc. Have Never Been So Xow As they arte now. at our store. We must close out all summer stuff and the value is forgotten by us in making low prices See us this week. hp k Bun ii IRRIGATION ! MONEY' IS MADE The Merchants' National Bank Extends the public a New Years greeting and solicits a share of patronage at. the pld stand of the CITY NATIONAL BANK. jVe beg to call your attention to our first financial statement as made to the comptroller of the currency. Very respectfully. W. L Moody J no C. Biknav W. V. Sammons M M. Scott J. A. Austin Directors. When you want your shoes re- paired in n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 18 July 1895

RANKIN SR. Real of JOHN Y. Brownwood Texas. Estate and General i Agent. . . OFFICE ESTABLISHED IN 1S69. Exchange Bureau for all Kinds Property Personal or Real. Depositions taken deeds and all legal conveyances' written and acknowledgements taken. . -J iIESerrt --grern-t am . : AND ABSTRACTOR OF LAND TITLES. Live stock and ranches farm ranch and mineral lands for sale in 40 to 10000 acre tracts. Lands partitioned or divided between owners. Reports made on lands. Intelligence .and Employment Office. ' "1 Will secure the services of farm and railroad hands and domes- tics Tor families or places for the unemployed. . Lands . rendered for tuxes redeemed from.; or purchased at tax sale. Sheriff's and. trus- tees' sales attended and instructions obeyed. Full descriptive ljst of lands and properties for sale or exchange furnished on application with descriptive matter of our magnificent country. 200000 aerqs of valley land susceptable of irrigation at prices now ranging frm S3 to $15 per a...

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