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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 8 April 1907

Buy Your Milk From Brownwood PURE FOOD Dairy Phone 164 PUBLIC STORAGE WAREHOUSE K B. Henley & Co. '- Pk.a 2. BULLETIN. brink S ECU FLIT V BR. AND JAVA andMOCHA COFFEI Va pkd fey IMPORTERS COFFEE CO.. New Orleans CHAS. G1DDEWS. J Exclusive Local Agant I VOL.7. BROWNWOOD. TEXAS. MONDAY. APRIL 8 1907. NO. 149 Rhone 164 DAILY False Rumors. TEe Bulletin is requested by a number of Daniel Baker to state that the Tumors set afloat by some tattling wag to the effeot that cer- tain D. B. C. Students were mix- ed up in the disgraceful egg throwing contest is maliciously false. They explained that they reoognized the extent to which college spirit would carry people and were truly glad that Howard Payne had cause to reioioe over la well earned viotory. IMMIMMI1H HMIH1MMM IMMIHI 1 M 2 Easter Is Gone m m m m m m n u m m ftMMftVftMMMMftftftMMMtXX 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 b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 8 April 1907

The Daily Bulletin I mmiWWWVm'mmm MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors. Entered at the Hn.wuwood Postofficeas Second Class Mail Matter. Subscription Per Month ; ... f!..... -..".Or WILL H. MAVKS. ManaginEditor. H. F. MAYKS. UuMnes Manner. C. A. TUNNELI. City tfditor. E. G. SE1TZ. Daily Circulator. E. E. KIRKPATR1CK. Aoi-int. IJior. W. K. Dl'LA. Foreman Mech. Dept. - . STANDS FOR SOMETHING. A reader recently paid the Bulletin a high- compliment s by ;saying that the paper always stood for something and did not hesitate to state its convictions in unmistakable terms. It is the policy of the paper and has always been to express its views on public matters regardless of what effect those views might have on the business department of the paper. There has never yet been a conference between the editorial and business mana- gers as to whether a certain policy would pay. They have at times discussed whether certain positions were right jbut once . that quetsion is settled its effect upon the...

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

T V DATES FOR REUNION r 5. Brandegee Kincaid & Wood Some Things For the Kitchen August 14 15 and 16 Will be the Big Days Here. BIG CROWDS ARE EXPECTED i . mm M MMMBB BWB r 1 I If? m ' I. And oh how necessary some- times. Nothing is more exasper- ating to the busy housewife than to find a muchwanted tool missing or broken We try always to buy the most substantial things in kitchenware and that is one reason why we be- lieve 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 Eg:g Beaters Dover pattern Steel Mincing Knife double blade . Ice Shavers - Ice Pick Ice Water Sets 7 pieces Looney Mercantile Co. Grading Begins Monday. The Orient grading crews are busy clearing the grounds in Fort Concho of brush mesauite. etc. and will begin gradingil Monday morning. The HookerfSan Angelo. Sheriff Bob Kirk crew has contracted for a mile south of the "North Concho river. Contractor T....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 8 April 1907

The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors. Entered at the Brownwood Postoffice as Second Class Mail Matter. Subscription Per Month. . . . WILL H. MAYES ManagingTEditor. H. f! MAYES. Business Manager. C. A.TUNNELL Cit Editor E. C. SKITZ. Daily Circulator. . E. E. KIRKPATRICK. Associate K.lmr. W. K. DULA Foreman Mecb. Dept. SHOULD SECURE PUNISHMENT. The officers should determine to bring about the punishment of the youths who were guilty of the disgraceful conduct Satur- day night if it requires six mopths to do it Once caught they .should be given the full limit of the law and then a little extra cow-hiding in a nearby woods would not come amiss just as a reminder that the young ladies of this country cannot be treated with such indignities as long as there are men left to protect them The news columns of the paper today tells -how a body of students composed of young Jmen and young ladies were out celebrating the victory of a fellow student in the state s oratori- cal co...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 8 April 1907

T? theeoplc of Brownwood and Vicinity: We call your attention to the fact that we are prepared to take care of your BANKING BUSINESS let it be. small or large. We have ample capital a large surplus and one of the best banking houses in this part of the state. When you want SAFE AND CONSERVATIVE BANKING come to The Brownwood National 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. Our Directors Are experienced and successful business men some of whom have been in business in this country for nearly thirty-five years and have made a competency right here in this country; so our business is not" an experiment for we have passed through many a drouth and have seen this country in hard as well as good times. We safeguard every interest of the bank and our customers. Bring us your deeds for safe keeping in oui fire and burglar proof vaults. We m...

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

MOURNING COLORS. news thai a European ha? been noticed in Jamaica wearing white as mourning for ;i relative lost in the recent catastrophe re- calls the fact that that color was riginally employed in many coun- tries to indicate reverence for the dead. In fact the custom obtained in Europe as late as the reign of Charles MIL of Frauce. and in It- aly too it lingered though for wo- men only the men wearing brown. In Ethiopia the white soon ehaned -to gray and in Egypt to yellow. China how(or employ it to th day. Other colors have had their vogue blue for instance whi.-h -eren now is used in Turkey Arme- nm ana Syria. The latter signilie tne heavenly region white staud.- iCT purity gray and brown ivpifs our mother earth and black W-'t . repellent of mourning colors would seehi to suggest an eternity of night. London Standard. Light From Sugar. - . A phenomenon the cause of which ..has not yet been satisfactorily c 's' plained was recently observed 'in ii ... government scientist durin...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 8 April 1907

4j 1 I fMcnoN oil Saves fuel Saves labor Saves your temper Makes cooking a pleasure No matter how hot the weather Ilooney MERCANTILE CO. ! IMP SAD ACCIDENT Horse Frightened by Auto throw Mr Medlock from Buggy. Causing Ser- ious Injuries Resulting in Death. Wednesday morning Mr. and Mrs. Medlook were in their bug- gy in front of Fain's store when they observed Mr. Will Robey coming down the street in his automobile. The horse at- tached to the buggy showed Interest in Field Meet. Stephenville is very much in- terested in the field meet to be held hereon April 25-26. The Tribune has thjB to say about John Tarleton's part of it: Onaocountof the track meet to be held at Brownwood April 26 the Tarleton field day will be held on the college athletic field April 15. The men that are working to make the team that i. I t T 7 7 nnigoe to Brownwood will compete Mr. Medlock dismounted and & . held the horse by the reins. Mrs. Medlook remained in the buggy. Ab the auto approached the horse b...

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

Vh3L IhZX EmhimhmmA CSSp i u nave vou Discovered r-i That it is cheaper in the long ran to buy goods where the quality of the garment is guaranteed. The lines of goods sold at this store have been before the public here long enough to convince everyone that no better goods can be purchased for the money. A good suit looks better wears longer and costs very little more than one that will look old in three weeks. We have me swellest line of new Spring goods ever shown in the city Come and see for yourself. il : - Dr. R. L. Farris Osteopathic Physician over Armstrong Jew- airy Co. Phone 5G8 d&wtf t Chester Harrison returned Sat- urday from a short trip to Brady . and other points. H. T. Williams will leave about the middle of this month for a trip to England. Harrison Bros and Ralph Wise . have sold their Majestic at Lam- pasas to a party who lives at that place. W. A. Laybourne of the Spauld- ting Buggy Company was in the city yesterday and went to San Angelo last night Mr. and Mr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 9 April 1907

Buy Your Milk From Brownwood PURE FOOD Dairy DAILY BULLETIN. PUBLIC STORAGE Drink SECVRJTY BILAMP JAVA andMOCHA COFFEE Packed hr IMPORTERS COFFEE CO.. WAREHOUSE E. B. Henley & Co. Phona 2. New Orleans CHAS G1DDES9. Exclusive Local Agtnt VOL. 7. BROWNWOOD. TEXAS. TUESDAY APRIL 9 1907. NO. 150 Phone 164 An extra speoi&l bargain on two lots in Ford's Addition to Brownwood. They are fenoed Have good oistern waterworks and barn. If you want to build will sell ALL ON TIME d 151 E. B. Henley. The little child of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Sivells who has been critically ill for two weeks is slightly improved today. Brownwood Pure Food Dairy phone 164. THE BICYCLE CASE John Anderson of Crothera Was Tried in County Court. MXXftKKMMMX HMHMMMX XXMX'XXX TEN DOLLARS AND TEN HOURS x x X X X X X .5. X M X X X X X X. XXX'X XX XXX Spring Hats Don't put off the matter of buying your spring hat until summer comes. We have hats to suit any atid all kinds of people and want to sell them too. The price i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 9 April 1907

The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors. Entered at the Brownwood Postoffice as Second Class Mail Matter. - Subscription Per Month 50c AV1LL H. MAYES Managing Editor. . -ELF. MAYES. Business Manager. c. A. TUNNELL. City Editor. "E. C. SE1TZ. Daily Circulator. E. E. KIRKPATRICK Associate Editor. .' W. R. DULA Foreman Mech. Dept. OUR VISITORS. Brownwood is this afternoon entertaining a number of visit- ors from Fort Worth representatives of the business interests of that city. Many of these men are men who have done tilings in their lives that give them a place as leaders. Fort Worth is in .many respects a wonderful city. Years ago when Texas towns began to take on growth many people laughed at the suggestion that Fort Worth would ever grow to be a place of importance. Every one said that it was too close to Dallas a place that seem- ed destined to become the great city of Texas. Many thought that Weatherford would be a better town. But Fort Worth began to reach out afte...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 9 April 1907

TDAftE cvn incinmicTC ucnc IftUL LAvUIJlvl ilJ I J IlLKL Fort Worth Business Men Pay Brownwood Visit--Arrived at 3:30 This Afternoon. WERE GIVEN A HEARTY WELCOME Business Men and Representative Citizens Met the Excursion- ists at the Depot and Escorted Them to the Library Where Reception Was Held. When it comes to entertaining pany represented by W. D. visitors there is not a more hos- Davis. nihWp nonnio in ffco Cfof fo ! Drumm Seed & Floral com- f - rviv iw cwti. mull ( Brownwood people therefore the town is at its best this afternoon while the Trades Excursion of Fort Worth Business men is be- ing entertained. With banners flying the special train arrived from the west just a little late of schedule time and was met by hundreds of people who would . do honor unto their guests. With a general air of good feeling pervading the crowd was nustiea ott tne cars and taken to the library where a short reception was given the guests. A number of ladies were in the receiving party at t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 9 April 1907

SOMETHING Just received a large Ladies' Belts Collars Hand Bags. Belts of all kinds bleached or white dressed or un- (JJQ Cfl dressed kid very new and pretty styles from 50c to j)4Llu White wash belts with pearl or mettle buckles. We have some 7 fir extra good bargains in these belts. From 15c to I Absolutely the prettiest line of combs ever shown in the (DO flfl city at the price 25c to Q)0 UU Don't fail to see the newest in. ladies' collarsthe largest (jj I Efi and prettiest line we have shown from 10c to ..... . VP I JU We are proud of our line of ladies' handbags and would like very much to show you through. If you want the best we can please you. Where QvieJity Counts We Lead. Looney Mercantile Co FOR THE LITTLE 0.. . How to Play a Jotly Gsmc Called "I " -. Apprenticed '.y Son." .Almost 'r ouv i- ivaih and uiliiiig.ro jtwn hi a jo; . :r;ine. and iho?e..c-en:ri.-; "nn t .iri'(tm- 'pciJed to htciui ai ic;.'- Ur one reason or ano'th.. So ;t w '.) be nice 10 hare som atixi- - in ge...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 9 April 1907

Tq the People of Brownwbod and Vicinity: We call your attention to the fact that we are prepared to take care pf your BANKING BUSINESS let it be small or large. We have ample capital a large surplus and one of the best banking houses in this part of the state. When you want SAFE AND CONSERVATIVE BANKING come to The Brown wood National Rank. 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. Our Directors Are experienced and successful business men some of whom have been in business in this country for .nearly thirty-five years and have made a competency right here in this country; so our business is not. an experiment for we have passed through many a drouth and have seen this country in hard as well as good times. We safeguard every interest of the bank and our customers. Bring us your deeds for safe keeping in our fire and burglpr proof vaults. W...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 9 April 1907

You Can Lead a Horse TO Water But-- We can show you the wisdom of advertising we can show you where it will benefit your business whe re it will make the dull days lively an unprofitable business profitable but there we stop. The best merchants in Brownwood are regular and persistent patrons of the advertising columns of the Bulletin. They find it pays them pays them better than any other investment of a similar amount. A glance through the Bulletin will show you that they patronize the paper for the good that they get out of it not just to "help the paper along." Advertising is a business proposition and on no other basis do we solicit your patronage. We have a circulation which reaches 1 the people of Brownwood as can no other medium. We put our paper in the home where it is read by every member of the household. Watch the carrier boy and note the fact that the great majority of your neighbors take the paper. What is true of your neighborhood is true of every other part of the cit...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 9 April 1907

I Y THE A fy AUTffBr I I 4XIJ!. xr 7W C08T. I GMAtfAMF . 7JIDELVE. I Latterly; whenever I -was urging npon Burbank a line of action requlr- X iujf courage or a sacrince 01 some one of his many insidious forms of per- Bcn&i vanity; I always arranged for hex to be present at our conferences. AmA cho wnuM v-- . absorbed in her .ewinr- hu i real I aosoroea in ner sewing but in reality v . i i . . f5 Mm but lso thote -..i. . . underlying ano more poweritll reasons nuici w f iiii 1 1 1 1 1 i Rr cnmpi mpc rita. vi j a cause we like to play the hypocrite n . . iu our-KiTts HKaiii Because a ra.si rire the other Derson a chance to iflsv thP hvnnerito htmifsT.! And often I left him reluctant and try- lag to muster courage to refuse or tnesse to evade onlv to find him the next day consenting perhaps enthus- itic. Many'a tie time she spared fee the disagreeable necessity of being peremptory-doubly disagreeable be - cause show of authority has ever been .lt.tefnl to me and h.- or- !r can neve...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 9 April 1907

1 ; - . Dr. R. L. Farris Osteopathic Physician over Armstrong Jew- elry Co. Phone 563 d&wtf H. A. Morse is in Santa Anna today on business. Everything new tonight at the Majestic dl50 Will Scott and wife of Abilene are in the city to spend the sum- mer. G. H. Ingram left last for Houston to attend the bermens' convention. night Lum- J. A. Starnes went to man this morning for a business trip. Cole- short Walter Daniels has recovered from a month's illness caused by an attack of measles. Postmaster Marshall Smith has been confined to his bed for several days with a severe ill- ness. VAN CAMP'S PORK and "BEANS are considered the best. Ask your grocer for them. Louis Tarver came in last night from Stamford where he has been the past season. He will spend the summer here. J. H. and Mrs. Grant left last night for Houston where they! will attend the Lumbermens'j convention. Mrs. T. C. Yantis was called "to Rising Star yesterday on ac- count of the serious illness of a relative. . Phill...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 10 April 1907

Buy Your Milk From Brown wood PURE FOOD Dairy DAILY BULLETIN. Phone 164 PUBLIC STORAGE WAREHOUSE E. B. Henley & Co. FhoM .1. Drink SECURITY BR. AND JAVA sxnd MOCHA COFFEE Packed by IMPORTERS COFFEE CO.. New Orleans CHAS. G1DDEH9. Exclusive Local Agant VOL. 7. BROWNWOOD. TEXAS. WEDNESDAY APRIL 10 1907. NO. 151 !hone 164 If fit I An extra speoial bargain on two lots in Ford's Addition to Brownwood. They are fenced have good oistern waterworks and barn. If you want to build will sell ALL ON TIME. d 151 E. B. Henley. Moore's Majestic now opened up in the opera house and giving excellent program to large and appreciative audienoes. Remem- ber program changes every day. Matinee 4:15 p. m. MMMMMMMMMM MMMXMMMMH MMMXMMM M m m m m m ft ft 5 ft ft Spring Hats Don't put off the matter of buying your spring hat until summer comes. We have hats to suit any and all kinds of people and want to sell them. too. The price is not too high for you at our place. Miss McHutchon ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 10 April 1907

crben r o o r 5$ 4 There is no reason why the farmer should not indulge in some of the luxuries as well as the man who lives in town. Screen Doors and Windows add much to the comfort of the family that it is surprising anyone will do without them-especially as they are conducive to better health and cost so little. Price $1.00 Prices as given above are for the doors complete with spring hinges screws hook and eyes in fact everything necessary to put them up in the two feet six inches by six feet six inch size. Larger sizes take a small advance. We have three other styles not shown above which we will be glad to exhibit to your inspection. We have bought and unloaded into our ware rooms this season three car loads of screen doors. Over half of them have already been sold but our stock is still complete and we can supply you any size and any grade doors you may need for your building. The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING CO.. Prous. Entered at the BrownwoodJPostotfieeag Second-Class Mail...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 10 April 1907

1 -FT 1 I IS lit ! r J f I V t BANIEL BAKER WON Defeated Howard Payne in a Beautifully Played Game. SCORE WAS SIX TO THREE One of the Best Games Ever Played in the City and Was Witnessed by a Large Crowd. In one of the snappiest and prettiest baseball games ever played on a local diamond Dan- iel Baker defeated Howard Payne yesterday afternoon on the Dan- iel Baker Athletic grounds by a score of six to three. The game was of high enough order to have been played by profession- als very few errors being made on either side. Howard Payne took the lead in the first inning by running in one score and she held this ad- vantage up to the fifth inning. Ray who was in the box for the Baptist boys pitched a steady SamC ax u auuncu i """'TE-NA and see for yourself what fwiwin ovnrl r I lriirrA 4-tyt nfi jv the eighth inning when the Presbyterian youngsters put on their batting togs and swatted Ifnlhr Gray the twirle? for the Daniel Baker boys had all sorts of speed and perfect control and kep...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 10 April 1907

it The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors. FILE STATEMENTS We Have the Goods All Candidates are Compelled to Make Affidavits of Accounts VERY LITTLE TIME REMAINS Entered at the Brownwood Postoffice as Second Class Mail Matter. Subscription Per Month 50c WILL H. MAYES Managing Editor. H. F. MAYES Business Manager. C A. TUNMELL. City Editor. E. C. SEITZ Daily Circulator. E. E. KIRKPATRICK Associate Editor. W. R. DULAr Foreman Mech. Dept. DID HIMSELF PROUD. In entertaining the business men of Fort Worth yesterday Mayor J. R. Looney was given his first opportunity of rendering official public service for the town. When he learned that the party would be in the city for an hour and a half he at once got busy for their entertainment and soon arranged the details of the entertainment furnished the visitors. They were notified at Coleman by telephone of the program arranged for them and they announced it satisfactory. Through notices in the Bulletin and personally as far as p...

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