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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 1 August 1895

The August number of Frank Leslie's Popular Monthly appears in a handsome new cover which the management promise to retain. A portrait of Frank Leslie the founder of the journal adorns the front page. It takes rank asi one of the best magazines in our land vr. uaruner ana lamuy nave moved to Bastrop where the doctor has secured a school for the next year. He has had eminent sue cess in this line and we predict he will give entire satisfaction- to all his patrons. We regret losing1 him and his estemable family from our city and trust that he may remem- ber with pleasure his short stay with us. The Country Editor. The country editor must be un- ceasing rn his efforts to secure news and extend the circulation of his paper; and he will find that he will be the more successful it in public matters he voices only the sentiments of the people and keeps his own opinion to himself. In small towns where much jcal- i i i ousy exists ana nis constituency is limited it is not safe for him to tak...

Publication Title: Brownwood Bulletin
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 1 August 1895

r BROWNWOOD BULLETIN. ( J." W. Mc i-j DEJ (( Office over 1st Na McFARLAND DENTIST . at. Bank Brownwood. . The Methodist churcli needs a hew organ. The Bijou club meets to-night at Mrs. C. J. Tannehill's.' There was a picnic in the Bangs neighborhood this week. 0. E. Jackson has a line thirteen pound boy at his house now. Rev. A. B. Norrell reports a good meeting in progress at Rock-wood. Miss Franke Coggin has returned visit to friends at from a short 9 (fJholson. t Mrs. W. T. Hoskinsoh returned the early part of last week from her visit North. ' ! Mr.. Chas. Jones is in Ivans after the i Gity this week looking cattle interests. : Profs. E. I. Hall and J. E. Rog- ers are in the city in the interest of some book concern. - J. E. Vernor was seen on the streets Monday evening returning home Tuesday morning. ". Mr. Joe Hall left yesterday for the city of McKinney where he goes to visit well to visit a friend i H. S. Weeks has placed a neat sfign in the Postofiice containing the acls of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 8 August 1895

SEE JNO. T. CREECH'S ADVERTISEMENT ON LAST PAGE. imimuntl VOL. X. BROWNWOOD TEXAS. THURSDAY AUGUST 8 1895. NO. 41: 1- 1111 M THE WAY IT IS DONE. -- The goods at fciur store are bought by peo- ple that HAVE NOT QUITE SPENT A LIFETIME BUT BT PEOPLE WHO TRY TO Km A ITi i T. C Yajjtis Pres. J. J. Ramey Vice-rres. F W. Henoeksok Cashier. J V. Hutler Assistant Cashier. AND Know The Valae OF- Dry Goods Clothing AND SHOES. Not so very much money but ample cap- ital to run our business. By moving goods fast and keeping up-to-date styles we are en- abled to work in the lead. If prices are not right at our store tell us and we will look more closely if possible after them. We are opening and marking now certain lines in Men's Clothing and Shoes that might interest you. WE HAVE AT- Special Price This Week A Small Line Of Bog's Duck Saits VLafeille j arpd Dirrity Waists. We would like to show them to you they are bargains at the price. -Cop & Gilliam Bros The Dry Goods Men. The Brownwood Nat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 8 August 1895

JOHN Y. RANKIN SR. Brown wood Texas. Real Estate Agent. OFFICE ESTABLISHED IN 1869. i Exchange Bureau Property Personal or Real. Depositions taken deeds and all legal conveyances written acknowledgements taken. 1 ZEerxt Agent AND ABSTRACTOR OF LAND TITLES. Live stock and ranches farm in J40 to 10000 acre tracts. Lands owners. Keporcs maae on janas. r 1.- 1 .. I Intelligence and Employment Office. . Will secure the services of farm and railroad hands and domes- tick for families or places for the unemployed.- Lands rendered for taxes redeemed from or purchased at tax sale. Sheriff's and trus- tees' sales attended and instructions obeyed. ; Full descriptive list of lands and properties for sale or exchange fnrnUlipd on nnnlirtion with descrintive matter of our magnificent country. 200000 acres of valley prices "now ranging from S3 to. Si will be worth S40 to 85 per acre. All properties placed in my hands for rent sale or exchange arc advertised free of cost to owners No office hours a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 8 August 1895

n Bicycle Club. ! The Bulletin has been! urged by several bicyclists of this city to say something more about a bicy cle club. In the first place a club is needed as it will add much to the pleasure of the riders There will be but little expense at tacheu to the organization arid the advantage to be gained will! more than offset this. At present there are about twelve new style wheels in Brownwood and this .would make a very pleasant party for ex cursions. In addition to . this races coniu oe run once or twice a month that would advertise to some extent our town. The; bicy- cle dealers of our city will gladly assistin the enterprise as will also a goodly number of the merchants so there is nothing further to do but to have someone take the lead. Let us have a bicycle club. A Commercial Club. System and organization among merchants of a town ia the secret of that town's success. One of the many things that Brownwood needs is a commercial club or a board of trade to advertise its meri...

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

SOME GREAT ADVANTAGES Ramey Smith & Co. OVER THEIR COMPETITORS. SAVE THEY 2d. THEY 3d. THEY Thev can aaid Tr-r-1 . i-M . i Hats Uarpetsntc bepleased ; 0XKK00HXX0XKXKKK003 I Have You been -b. THE Ihakcock rotary disc plow? HurlbuiH'dware Go. Agts oooooxxooooooxxoooxo: Brownwood Bulletin. Entered at the postoflice at Brown- wood Tex. as secoud-class mail matter. -rfr ?ODLISnEI) EVEIIV TnURSDAV BY WILL H. MAYES. - Editor and Prop'r HERVEY MAYES. Ass't. Editor. IHA EALL - Asst Business ManaRer. SEGARS PARDONED. The Covernor Ignores PudHc ment. Sent! 1st. Governor Culberson has remit- ted tjventy days of the line in the cusepf the State vs. John Segars convicted of a violation of the local option law in this county. It is tojbe regretted that Texas 'his a governor who is disposed tp exer- cise his gubernatorial authority in defeating the operation of a law which vitaly affects many sec tions of our state. In the face of numerous appeals from a large part of the citizenship of our tow...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 8 August 1895

I A4549 A New Whase of Local Option. It is very easy for some people to lind an alleged argument against prohibition. If the law is: not well enforced they allege that as. an argument and say that if the law could be enforced the' would favor it. Begin to enforce the law and they cry out "Persecution." They then object to the law be- cause it can be and is enforced. They object to prohibition because it makes it so difficult to get whiskey even for medicinal pur- poses; and in the next breath they object to it because every- body even the boys can get all the liquor they want and that without restraint. But the newest alleged reason for opposing prohi- bition. is that it causes so many "scraps.' Within the last six months there has been several un- pleasant episodes on the streets and in three or four instances blows have passed. Some persons who oppose prohibition point to that and say "You see that? We neyer had so many street .rows when whiskey was being sold without restraint in...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 8 August 1895

1- RANDOM THOUGHTS. Our country seems to be going to Ibase-ball. The national game was never before in such popular favjor and the newspapers devote almost a page a day to recording the victories and defeats at the bat. As the newspapers know what the public wants most base-ball must he; pre eminently the fad of the age. Henry Grady was the p.ion- eer editor of a base-ball "page" and his accounts for base-ball re- ports were enormous. If living to-day he would certainly be pleased at the favor into which the game has grown. Every city has its. "professional" nine and every cross road's store an amateur club. In'summer time the base-ball clubs vie with the drummers in crowd- ing the passenger trains and hotels until it looks like commerce is giv- ing way to pleasure. iBaseball is a good thuig but lille many other good things is fearfully abused and oyerdpne. Men will "play" at base-ball who will not work at anything. The hod-carrier's job is an easy one compared with the base-ball ma...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 8 August 1895

A Comment. The Banner-Leader of Ballin- ger m commenting on a "recent article in our paper regarding Sun- day base-ball playing has -the fol- lowing to say: "The BnowxwooD Bulletin is noted for clear cut expressions and in the above clearl' maintains its4 record and there can possibly be no question as to whether or hot it is right. It is the opinion of a great many good people that Sun- day base-ball playing should be suppressed and really it does seem that the best interest of the coun- try demands it yet when you come to think of it there are hundreds of little things equally as bad that are constantly practiced and noth- ing even thought of it. . With all of these corrected Sunday base- ball playing would die of its own weight." iPoor fH ealth means so much more than $you imagine serious and fatal diseases result from 1 trifling ailments neglected. Don't play with Nature's greatest gift health. Editor J. C- Koseborough has.j returned from his trip to Mineral weiis. . ! Mr. Joe H...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 8 August 1895

- - 1 BROWNWOOD BULLETIN. J. W. McFARLAND DENTIST Office over 1st Nat Bank Brownwood. 13. E. Hurlbut the hardware man went to Ft Worth Wednesday. 3H. K. Rea of Comanche was a visitor in Brownwood this week. Mr. George Bonn of San Angelo passed over the Santa Fe Wednesday- fxi. o. . jvirKpairicK is very iU WM W?ek with the intermittent fever. iMr. J. W. Pliler one-of Zephyr's best citizens was a visitor! to our city this week. ane Jipwortn .League meets bun day at 3:30 and the Leaguers are urged to be present. Armitt West was. a passenger on the east bound Rio Grande yester- day morning. Col. Partin has gone to Stephen- ville to attend the ceramonies held at that place this week. Mr. Tom Bell is onej of the Brbwnwpodites who is visiting in Stephenville this week. ! The crowd that went j to the musical at Mrs. Clark's Tuesday night enjoyed an old fashioned hay ride. The Brownwood base ball boys are in Stephenville to-day ' contest- ing with the club of that little city. -Mrs. H.Q. Ken...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 15 August 1895

SEE J NO. T. CREECH'S ADVERTISEM ENT ON LAST PAGE. i i it mi im d VL. X. BROWNWOOD TEXAS. THURSDAY AUGUST 15 1895. NO. 42. 1111 JL W A NEW LINE. Trunks and Traveling Bags Are at Our Store 3STot to spezi-d. tlxe winter But There To Be D Q J 1 m Move Hi By you at any time. We entertain good mer- chandise at all times but like a change of company AND Keep ' Em Moving. Ah Ak. Ak. Aj. A I i We have never before been in the TRUNK AND VALISE Business The Prices Must Be Right OR THE GOODS 1TOULD XOT SELL SO IYELL. (Take a- walk ap Stairs ai?d see tot Y outsell. . Cotton Sacking. We own a lot of Cotton Sacking at a Lbw Price. We say lots of it we mean enough to last awhile. . - - Bi3.Tr 1 n And have your Sacks made up early for e opening of the cotton. COGGIN & GILLIAM BROS. Tho Dry Goods .Men. tH E. J. BROAD The Farmer's Friend Wants you to know he has bought his goods at the lowest mar- ket price. . He handles the best wagon on the market the Bain. It is guaranteed to last 'tis long an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 15 August 1895

JOHN Y. RANKIN SR. Brownwood Texas.. Real Estate and 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.' ABSTRACTOR OF LAND TITLES. " live stock and ranches farm ranch and mineral lands for sale 40 to 10000 acre tracts. Lands partitioned or divided between m owners. Reports made on kfhds. Intelligence and Employment Office. Will secure the- services of farm and railroad hands and domes tics for families or places Tor the unemployed. Lands rendered for taxes redeemed from or purchased at tax sale. Sheriff's and trus- tees' sales attended and instructions obeyed. . -m Full descriptive list of lands and properties for sale or exchange furnished on application ivith descriptive matter of our magnificent country. 200000 acres of valley land susceptable of irrigation at prices now ranging from 3 to S 15 per acre which with irrigation will be worth S40 to $7 5...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 15 August 1895

. ii Pecan Valley Irrigation. Fort Worth Texas. District Clerk V. A. Farmer of Brown county was lately seen by The News representative In referring to the big irrigation Scheme being promulgated in the Pecan Bayou valley the gentleman said that the work was rapidly progressing de spite the hindrances occasioned by many of the farmers who failed to sign tne company agreements at the proper time. When the com pany is in. shape to begin opera- tions some 5()0CQ acres in the val- ley will be irrigated. The dam in which will be stored the water wiJI be of solid masonry SO feet high and 1S00 feet long the water surface covering an area of over 4000 acres. The farmers are to pay to the irrigation company the j sum of S3 per acre for a term of I ten years the company taking a j mortgage on the crops. The grades and surveys of the old company l have been adopted by the new j company ana it is now the inten- 1 tion to have the irrigation ready in c time for next year's crops. Mr. J Farmer say...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 15 August 1895

RAMEY SMITH & CO. -1 .i J i ': il HAVE MOVED i rH-f-: I'! Into I Ever Brought to Have You Seen : THE HANCOCK ROTARY DISC PLOW? HurlbutH'dware Co. Agts oooooooooooooooooooooooooo Brownwood Bulletin. Entered at the postoffice at Brawn- wood Tex.as second-class mail matter. Published Every Thursday by WILL H. MAYES. - Editor and IProp'r I hehvey mayes. Ass't. Editor.' der numerous indictments for ille- ira hall - Asst Business Manacor gajy prescribing to Segars' estab- : 1 . it lishment; in fact he has been rec- the governor's reasons. ognked as One of the leading tools Why He ignored the Countv Physi- that enabled Segars to carry on his clan. ' business under semblance of ob- In another column will be found serving the law. a letter from Gov. Culberson to Could not the governor have Dr. Bynum the county physician folnui a physician actively engaged giving his reasons for pardoning ;n the practice of medicine rather John Segars. The governor with j much dignity denies that hei par ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 15 August 1895

Mr. W 4 I ' : ' -: . seriously r Mr. Q tSM new h w9vJf Sher Worth m WATCH THIS SPACE 4 Tor the advertisement OF -THE LEADING- A4549 Watchmakers and Jewelers. Mrs. Wells of San Angelo passed Sheriff Charlie RpII through our city Sunday enroute Tuesday from his trip to Fort aome. Worth. Mr. A. L. Trent entertained a; Mr. Jim Sigman the grain deal- few bachelors at his home Satur- j er went down to Lometa vester- day night Mr. Urban Smith has ordered a day on business. Dr.-A. E. Noel the real estate bicycle which will arrive about dealer was among tlie passengers the last of the week. on the Santa Fe yesterday morn- Miss Ida Harris returned Satur- inS- day from a visit to friends down Mr. J L. Carlisle the San An- the Rio Grande road. " ; gelo.implement man camethrough Mr. Will Bynum was one of the j brownwood Tuesday on his way Brou'nwnnr1itPivvVn .iffni . home. ...... .ww iiiiu UVkbllUCU at Stephenville last festivities week Dr. Harpham the Brownwood specialist came in Saturday from ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 15 August 1895

RANDOM THOUGHTS. Whenever the time rolls around for ''Random Thoughts" to he written i am always undecided what shall be my theme for the thousands of readers who have; learned to -expect these articles in their favorite county paper each week. Perhaps a dozen ideas have.j presented themselves during the week and for one reason andanoth- j er been laid aside and when; 1 takej up my pen c thought entirely un-j studied comes into my mind. Fre-! quently after the article has been written I would tear it up and consign it to the waste basket but for the fact that the time lias come when it must be sent to the editors and how often after it has gone in- to the mails would I if possible recall it as unworthy the jpapers which will print it. - 1 : 1 It seems to be but natural for any? author to be dissatisfiejl with his twork. Whether this is best I cannot tell but- with years of writing for newspapers 1 i always feel my unfitness "for thej work. This is not caused by a distaste for i 1 1 ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 15 August 1895

4 ) Mr. Wiley Yeager is reported aeriouBly sick this week. Mr. G. V. Hardy is riding a new wheel this week. Sheriff Charlie Bell went to Ft. Worth Sunday to he gone a ifew days. Mr. J. Jett Green is out of town this week on a visit to his boyhood home. Miss Lucile Farmer has returned from an extended visit to friends nd relatives in Fort Worth. Miss Essie Mathews is at home this week after paying a visit to friends in Throckmorton. Miss Annie Yeager arrived! in the city Sunday from Flatonia where she has been engaged in teaching music. Mr. Ed Francis the expert car repairer in the Ft. Worth and Rio Grande yards is off this week on a visit to the Panther city. The wife and children- of Mr. Jno. Hall returned Sunday from an extended visit to friends! in Bosque. Miss Maud Ta3'lor come in Sat- urday by the Rio Grande route. She has been off on a visit to friends. Rev. A. E. Garraway of Coman- che passed through our city Sat- urday en route home from Thrifty where he has been conducting ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 15 August 1895

BROWN WOOD BULLETIN. J. wJMcFARLAND DENTIST. Office over lstNatBank Browmrood. J Ramey Smith '& Co are securely settled in their new quarters. Mr. Jesse Cross arrived in Brownwood Tuesday on .his way home. Some changes are being made in business circles this week that will result in good to the town. Miss Emma Ford is visiting friends in Temple this week going down on the Tuesday morning train. Four new bicycles jir our town in one week seems to show an im- provement in one line) of business at least. Rev. E. E. Smith lis off on a short trip down the Santa Fe this week. He will return in time for Sunday services. Miss Maud Brandenburg will visit her brother Ford at Cald- well this week. She will probably remain several weeks. A few lriends were entertained Monday night by Messrs. Marshall and Wilbur Smith at the residence of their parents. The choir of the; Methodist church visited Rev. W M. Shelton last Sunday afternoon and sang some old time songs for him. Business in Brownwoo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 22 August 1895

-4: SEE JNO. T. CREECH'S ADVERTISEMENT ON LAST PAGE. c3l 4H& Jt VOL. X. BROWISTWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY AUGUST 22 1895. NO. 43; f (J.OGG - . J ON l!IMI lllM!(llll(lt!l'ltllflln(ltlliltl!(itrWiii ST inuniimii! 11 Qilliam g; .-': Watch this space for the next two weeks anil you will become interested in what yon see. We Will Save You Money on Goods In Our Line. i COG&IN & G1IXIAM BROS. T C. Yantiss rrc. J J Ramey Vicc-Prcs. Ff W. He.nherov. Cashier. J. W Bi'tler. Assistant Cashier. The Brownwood National Bank. BROWNWOOD TEXAS. Ample Capital. - Liberal Treatment. . Actflmmcdaticn to Customers a Specialty. -v Drafts issue! on all countries of tbl- world. Small nmmnts (aeconlel the same courteous- treatment as larger ones. .YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED . K. E. DUNNING Is At The Front In his new quarters at Jack Porter's Old Stand opposite the Allman Hotel. J4'e Lteads The Procession In the matter of low prices! for he is better prepared than ever to give his customers bargains. r' "Qui...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 22 August 1895

JOHN Y. RANKIN SR. Brownwood Texas. Real Estate Agent. OFFICE ESTABLISHED IN 1869. " Exchange .Bureau for. all Kinds of Property Personal or Real. Depositions-taken deeds and acknowledgements taken lEServt AND ABSTJRACTOE 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. Repcris made on lands. Intelligence and Will secure the services of farm and railroad hands and domes- tics for families or places for the unemployed. Lands rendered for taxes redeemed from or purchased at tax sale. . Sheriff 's and trus- tees' sales attended and instructions obeyed. Full descriptive ilist of lands and properties for sale or exchange furnished on application with descriptive matter of our magnificent country. 200600 acres of valley land susceptable of irrigation at prices now ranging from S3 to Si 5 per acre which with irrigation will be worth S40 to $75 per acre. All properties placed in my hands for...

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