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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 10 April 1907

To the People 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 our fire and burgle proof vaults. We m...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 10 April 1907

Vou 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 where it will make the dull days lively an unprofitable business profitable but there we stop. The best merchants in Brownw ood are regular and persistent patrons of the advertising columns of the Bulletin. They find it pays thempays 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 itnot just to "help the paper along." Adverttsing is a business proposition and on no other basis do we solicit your patronage. We have a circulation which reaches the people of Brown wood 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 city. D...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 10 April 1907

r - - o . YY the a A PLUM I MAvm -p nactsr. I r regref thaf you will force us to fight on the floor of the convention I .returned. "It can't but make a bad impression on the country to tee .two factions In the party one for the Deo - 4 pie the other against them." Beckett the subtlest and most in- Goodrich sat down. fluential of the managers of the na- "But" I went on "at least such a ! tional machine of the opposition fight will insure Burbank all the dele- 1 Party submitted several names to gates except perhaps 200 or 300 you j hra- He selected Henry J. Simpson directly control. You are courageous. : Justice of the supreme court of Ohio Senator to insist upon a count of. R Blow sny ultra-conservative man noses on the issues we raise there." jn5s Drain spun full in every cell He took up the platform again and wtn tne cobwebs of legal technicality began to pick it to pieces phrrse by 'e was. Jn nis wa. almost as satis- phrase. That was what 1 wanted. factory a candidate for the inte...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 10 April 1907

Ik Dr. R. L. Farris Osteopathic Physician over Armstrong Jew- dry Co. Phone 563 d&wtf . -i Dr. Ayera of Fulton Mo. ia in the city on a visit to relatives and in company with his niece Miaa llabel Campbell and gave the .Bulletin a pleasant call thi8 afternoon. VAN CAMP'S PORK and BEANS are considered the best. Ask your grocer for them. Ed Hall of Brownwood came in from San Angelo on the noon train Saturday and attended to some business matters and left on the evening train for his home. Ballinger Ledger Try a sack of Bewley's flour "tihe old reliable sold and guaran- teed by H. Daniels & Go. dlCO W. G. Churchill of Brown- wood who had been here to check up the past year's com- press business left on the noon train for his home He says everything was found in excel- lent condition and was well sat- isfied with the business Ballin- ger Ledger. Ed Hall returned from a trip to "Dallas this morning. He made arrangements for a more -complete supply of moving pic- ture outfits and b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 11 April 1907

4 Buy Your Milk From Brownwood PURE FOOD Dairy DAILY BULLETIN. jgPliofie 164 Drink SECURITY BRAND JAVA ecndMOCHA COFFEZ Packed by IMPORTERS COFFEE CO.. Now Orleans. CHAS. GIDDEHS. PUBLIC STORAGE WAREHOUSE K B. Henley & Co. Phono Z. Kxcinaive iocui "VOL. 7. BROWNWOOD. TEXAS THURSDAY APRIL 11 1907. NO. . i i 152 The Alamo BottlingCo. re- quests that all parries having any of their cases or bottles will phone to their office so that they can send after them. The rush season is on and all the cases are needed dl54 Moore's Majestio 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. M H m m m m M m m m 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 m m m M X K m m m m H X X X X X X X XXX'XXXXXX xxxxxxxxxxxxxf...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 11 April 1907

THE BOOMERANG. Even the Australians Know Little About Itc Mysteries. "The Australian boomerang' said collector of queer weapons "is lonned of a bent -tick one side rounded the oiher flat. The Aus- tralians make it from boughs of caeia peiadula or from some tree of similar growth giving to the green 'jrood the desired curvature in the fire. It is necessary to choose & yery hard strong and heavy wood nd the best plan is to cut a piece 4 from a natural bend or root of a tree and to let the curve of the boomerang follow the grain of the wood. "One hardly ever sees two boom erangs of the same shape for they . rary from a slight curve to nearly ii right angle. They differ also in length from iifteen inches to three end a half feet and in breadth from two to three inches. They should he about three-eighth? of an inch "thick tapering toward the ends which may be either round or point- ed while the edge must be sharpen- ed all around. One idc- must be convex the other flat the sharpness ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 11 April 1907

s 1 CO A MINSTREL. TO GI Messrs. Cobb Sh Btrdsong Hobbi Fanning Fitzgerald Evans Dailey and Others Will Be in Splendid Cast. The theatre-goers of San An- gelo have in store a great treat! One of the happiest events booked for the season is the min- strel scheduled for some evening before the end of April under the auspices of the San Angelo Club. In the cast will be the original Messrs. C. W. Hobbs T. S. Sharpe Arthur Evans John Fan- ning W. S. BirdsongJohn Cobb Fitzgerald and Lawson Dailey. This of itself means that the minstrel will be a big success. Mr. Hobbs is away on a trip to New York City and while gone will select some handsome costumes for the boys. The proceeds of the minstrel will be for the purpose of pur- chasing a pianola for the San Angelo Club. The exact date for the produc- tion has not yet been announced. It is needless to say however that the event is anticipated with a good deal of joy by the amusement lovers of this city. San Angelo Standard. Right Breathing Cu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 11 April 1907

The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors. Entered at the Browmvood Postoffice as Second Class Mail Matter. Subscription Per Month 50o WILL H. MAYES Managing Editor. H. F. MAYES Business Manager. C. A. TUNNELL. City Editor. E. C. SEITZ Daily Circulator. E. E. KIRKPATRICK Associate Editor. W. R. DULA. Foreman Mecb. Dept. PROTECTION IN PUBLICITY. The Bulletin regrets the almost daily reference it is forced to make to the unsavory condition of a certain part of the town but conditions will never grow better there until tney are made by publicity so obnoxious that public sentiment will rebel. There is no disputing the fact that Brownwood is gaining an unenvia- ble reputation from the offenses committed in this part of the ' town. A few hard characters driven by public sentiment and the harshness with which laws are meted out elsewhere have drifted from the cities to Brownwood and encouraged by some of the naturally rowdyish element of theltown have started in to run 'things ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 11 April 1907

Our Four Cardinal Principles Consistent Liberality i Uniform Courtesy ;- .;v--:u.;; " I " Accuracy in Detail i ."-' And Promptness in Execution. V7c Invite Attention to. the Above and Confidently Solicit Your Business. The capital and surplus of this bank its strong financial position and its established reputation for conservative banking meth- ods are among the substantial advantages offered to present and prospective patrons. To maintain and to increase these advatages is the pohcy of the management. Our equipment in every department is modern and efficient and our facilities are unsurpassed. Safety lock boxes rurmsned -without charge to customers and valuable papers kept in our fire and burglar proof vaults.for the asking. We-Know Your WantB a.nd Wo Want Your BueineBs. 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. WILLIAM...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 11 April 1907

You Can Lead a Horse TO Water But- We can show you the wisdom of advertising we can show yon where it will benefit your business where 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 itnot just to "help the paper along." Adverttsing is a business proposition and on no other basis do we solicit your patronage. We have a circulation which reaches 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 vour neighborhood is true of every other part of the city. Do...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 11 April 1907

( f THE 'APLUM. T X AUTN6B f I MAVIM - -p 7mcSK I for rote-buying as "retaining-fee" Is the polite phrase for bribe. I decided against the tour and for the highly expensive but always ad- mirable and profitable "pilgrimage Burbank's own home was at RIv- Jngton and I should have had him Titited there had it not been on a ingle-track branch railway which could not handle without danger and discomfort the scores of thousands we were planning to carry to and from him dally. So it was given out that he purposed as far as possible to withdraw from the strife of the cam- paign and to await the results in the dignified calm in which he wished the voters to determine it. He took after Woodruff had carefully selected It & "retired" house "in the coun- try." And It was In the open country. A Sana garden adjoined it on the one side a wheat field on the other a large orchard to the rear. The broad meadow In front gave plenty of room lor delegations Tislting the "standard bearer of the party ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 11 April 1907

IT MEN'S CLOTHING. 1L Dr. R. L. Farris Osteopathic Physician over Armstrong Jew- elry Co. Phone 56S d&wtf B. E. Hurlbutwent to Coleman this morning to attend to some business matters. Brownwood Pure Food Dairy . phone 164. Mrs. wTr Cleveland and daughter Virginia of Houston are in the city on a visit to Mrs. J. Stewart Cleveland. .. VAN CAMP'S PORK and BEANS are considered the best. Ask your grocer for them. D. B. Smith secretary at the oil mill went to Coleman this morning to look after the affairs of the company's mill at that place. Try a sack of Bewley's Hour the old reliable sold and guaran- teed by H. Daniels & Co. dl60 . Conductor Campbell one of -the most popular passenger con- ductors on this branoh of the Santa Fe is reported critically ill at Temple. Plumbing carefully and cor- rectly done by Cone Phone 432. . . On account of the death of the little infant of Mr. and Mrs. W. S.. Price who vas a name sake of John S. Bonner at Austin the noted editor of the Harpoon ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 12 April 1907

uy Your Milk From Brownwood PURE FOOD Dairy DAILY BULLETIN. Phone 164 I. PUBLIC STORAGE WAREHOUSE - E. B. Heuley & Co. Phon 2. Drink I JAVA amdMOCH A COFFEE Packed by ; IMPOR.TERS COFFEE CO.. f New Orleans. CHAS-GIDDEKS. I Exclusive Local Ant J- VOL. 7. BROWN WOOD. TEXAS. FRIDAY APRIL 12 107 NO. 153 If hone-' 164 The Alamo BottlinglCo. re- quests that all parties having airy of their cases or bottles will Moore's Majestio now opened up in the opera house and giving excellent program to large and phone to their office so that they Lppreoiative audienoes. Reinem can send after them. The rush ber program changes every day season is on and all the cases i . . - are needed dl54!Matmee4:lo p. m. m m K & n m n M M M Spring Hats w Vehicle Taken From Owner in Coggin Addition. r CM ot tilmgr. -Xfen'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 pl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 12 April 1907

SPECIAL SALE Commencing Thursday. April Uth' and continuing for j hi -n - - o uays we win sen ai ttT"f r i t r ine o ana iu 1 welve 10-quart Granite Dish rans each day tor zdc eacn with a 25c purchase of other goods. This is a special bargain. 1 he best gooas we can give tor the money is our morto. JVX- E A1?SI2 ' ' The Dailv Btdletin t-timdSoi tho jwent. the - iercd at tbeBrownwood.Pototfioe an. Second-Class Mail Matter. .'.' . . - - jv-zlj. n. M ayes Managing Editor t H. F. Mayes Business Mantiger. 4c a! Tveli. city Editor. E. E KlKKPATRlttC ASSO. Ed. !W. R. DuLA Foreman Mech. Dept. E. C. SE1TZ Daily Circulator. Subsection "per Month .... 50c Thursday April 12 1907 A. I J Genera! News. ! - The Texas Cotton Manufac- turers association met at Waco! . Robert Blair killed E. S. - Knowles with a pistol in a diffi- culty at Bay City. Lee Henderson a. negro killed his wife and himself with a razor near Weimar " Roosevelt appointed an Ohio negrcs as auditor of the treasury - ior tne navy....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 12 April 1907

SSIDENGE STONED SUES THE RAILROAD Medium Priced Oxfords Tor J Someone Threw Rock Into Home of W. R. Roberts. Julius Brin of Comanche Asked for Damages. H as BROKE WINDOW AND SCREEN Rock Was Thrown With Such Force That the Glass Was Shattered and Screen Punctured. Some one threw'a large stone "into the residence of Mr. and Mrs. W R. Roberts at three o'clock this morningjand shatter- ed a heavy window pane and crashed the -wire screen protecting- the glass. Mr. Roberts home is on Center Avenue and is a . two story building. At three o'clock this morning the wind was blowing a gale and the occupants of the residence were awakened by a loud report. They thought that the wind had -probably blown a picture aown from the wall and they went up stairs to investigate. It was discovered that a large stone had been hurled through the upstairs window and the heavy glass was scattered over the floor. The rock was brought to the Bulletin office this morning and from it's size and weight it is an e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 12 April 1907

The Daily o uiletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors. Entered at the Brownwood Postoffice as .Second Class Mail Matter -'-'Subscription Per Month. tOc WILL II. MAYES Managing Editor. H. F. MAYES Business Manager C. A. TUKNELL. City Editor. E. C. SEITZ Daily Circulator. K. E. KIRKPATRICK Associate Editor. W. R. DULA. Foreman Meeh. Dept. The man who always does his best should not feel of the results. ashamed There is always something for which we can oe uiaiiMui. - The Thaw trial has ended. r'"" . . " . '' .. Houston lots are selling ior o.uuu a. ijuiiu xnc 'Tiigli enough for a modern sky scraper.. .. .... ; : .'' . San Angelo is going to build sidewalks .and will have ..tree; Vjmail delivery before Brown wood ever wakes Aip to the good of 'pernor always was a leader and" this improvement is in- iveeytiiji rfwitli his progressive spirit. . ' ' -;.'. v'H; - '. '-"."'' . . . - ' . a ... . T - - i. i . i .... n t i - nnn ..-...-.. ih m trw rno no-v r u o 4. ..Texas win nave auout uuu ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 12 April 1907

r Our Four Cardinal Principles Consistent Liberality . ;: . . ; Uniform Courtesy ' : C;. - ods. are anion Accuracy in. Detail -fv-''-; And Promptness in Execution. ; We Invite Attention to the Above and Confidently Solicit Your Business. : -. " r- '"''. The capital and surplus of this bank its strong tinancial position jind its established reputation for conservative banking methV g the substantial advantages offered to present and prospective patrons. To maintain and to increase these advatages is the.. policy of the management. Our equipment in every department is modern and efficient and our facilities are unsurpassed. Safety lock furnished without charge to customers and valuable papers kept in our fire and burglar proof vaults for the asking. boxes We Know Your Wants and We Want Your BusineHs. 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. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 12 April 1907

You Can Lead a Horse We caas show- you Ihc wisdom Sf advertising we can show you where it will benefit your business where it will make the dull days liv ely an unprofitable business profitable but there we stop. The best merchants iai Brownwood are regular and persistent patrons of the advertising- columns of the Bulletin. They find it pays thempays 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 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 city. Don't under...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 12 April 1907

1 Ni fy THE VI I f r Aurwa or y I David 7mcosT. S GRAffAM TSI)Lltf. m And I did nor. I morely called on two of the big bankers and four heads of industrial combinations and one controller of an ocean-to-ocean railway system. I stayed a very few minutes with" each just long enough to set him thinking and inquiring what the election of Scarborough would mean to him and to his class generally. "'If you'll road his speech- es" said 1 to each "you'll see he in- tends to destroy your kind of busi- ness that he regards it as a brigand- age. He's honest afraid of nothing and an able lawyer and he can't be -Don't You See. Don't You Feel How I Who Love You Suffer?" fooled or fooled with. If he's elect- ed he'll carry out his programme sen- ate or no senate and no matter what scares you people cook up in the Btock market." To this they made so answer beyond delicately polite insinuations about being tired of pay- ting for that which was theirs of right. I did not argue; it is never necessary t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 12 April 1907

1F2 i ii i-Tr toi rr ii ii Jjfel U II MEN CLOTHING mi 11 loHOHft JhHKBExaaJL r mmim narjrwtA V-T-CTCTgCT?m-ia JSm-a3saa3iis52B& aijtmaisisagtaraa &juairai73rsTTTa Laicca.Cs.'XRjTtrrcjua. gaasuuuacixarA Jjwcmct JiBjKiBWMK3Wl .hnmnwM.ii!f -t T. grr. .1 nwif Physician over Armstrong Jew- elry Co. Phone 568 d&wtf - jEd McGhee who is at Abilene j is expected Home bundaj- tor a few days' visit to his parents. For carpenters apply to Guy Hill business agent Carpenters pnionphoneB27 and 445. mwf. tf A fine boy has arrived at the : home of Mr. and Mrs. K. W. Windham. We. have a swell line of Belts to' show you. J. A. Blackshear. . M. Meyers of Terrell is in the .city the guest of Sam Brin and -family. i Ice Picks. Weakley-CI ingman Hdw. Co. Phillip Brin of San Angelo -passed through the city yester- day en route to Terrell. Phone 432 for correct Plumb- ings Mrs. Arch Smith is at home from a visit to her daughter Mrs. W. Z. Champion at Coleman.' All kinde of new Bpring under- wear...

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