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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 13 April 1907

!fne 164 Buy Your Milk From Brownwood PURE FOOD Dairy DAILY BULLETIN. Phone 164 AUBLIC STORAGE Drink I SECURJTV BR. AND I JAVA amdMOCHA COFFEE I Packet! hx 1 IMPORTERS COFFEE CO.. New Orleans CHAS.G1DDENS . Exclnive Local Ant j WAREHOUSE 3. B. Henley & Co. Phena 2. VOL. 7. 8ROWNWOOD. TEXAS SATURDAY. APRIL 13 1907. NO. 154 ft M1 The Alamo Bottling Co. re- quests that all pariies 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 dlo4 Austin Avenue Church. Sunday school 9:45 a. m. preaching 11 a. m. Evening service 8 o'clock. Our services begin promptly as announced. You are invited to attend these services. Sterling Park Pastor. ARE AFTER THIEVES Officers From Ballinger Santa Anna Here. an ft m m ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft m .m ft ft ft H sa ft k ft ft ft ft ft w 1 5l ftft'ftftftftftft Mftftftftftftftftftftftftf'ftftftft ftftftftXftftftft ftftftftftf...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 13 April 1907

; . - r ;n mmmmmrmmmmmmommmmmmommmmmmommmmmBOmmmmmBwm I remnants! REMNANTS. ENSATIONAL SALE Monday and Tuesday's Offerings Point the Way to Some True Eeoiiomies ' We Have Provided for You. Hundreds of REMNANTS three to ten yard lengths at one-third to one-half less than regular price Everyone who fails to at- tend this sale will miss an opportunity of buying good seasonable up-to-date goods at about one-half less than their regular value. We offer an unrivaled collection in Remnants for these two days only. White Black Grey and Blue Voiles; Figured Lawns Dim- ities White Goods Table Damask and many other kinds. Read to-day's ad. carefully and come here Monday and Tuesday to do your shopping. Several hundred yards of fig-tired Lawns 3 to 10 yard length? real 10c vajue on C sale here Monday arrH Tuesday al a yard UC Piles of figured.Lawn and Batiste 3 to 10 yard lengths 12jtc value in Monday "71 and Tuesday "s special sale a yard I 2C 500 yards Xainsook and Cross-barred S to 10 yard l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 13 April 1907

f t t i lops Headache x While Curing Constipation Is the cause of most Head- acnes J. here is only one remedy that will promptly stop - Headache while the Consti- pation 1 being cured. To illustrate: Suppose you awake -with a dull heavy Headache. The telltale "fur" on your toneue p rtn's that the trouble comes from Constipation. Jteiore breakfast take a class half tun of water and ato it pour atablespooaful of SAL-T-NA Effervescing Fruit Seltzer Instantly ft fills the Class with spark- liuff seltzer like a tiny boilinc sprintr- Drain the class quickly and bv breakfast time your head will be as clear as a bell ' SAL-T-XA cives you a hearty appe- tite makes thin? taste coa.' SOLD BY CAMP-BELL SENSATIONAL H Validity of Local Option Law in Brown County Attacked. ALLEGE INCORRECT METHODS Attorneys File Exceptions in Case of State vs Byrd and Attack the Va- liditv of thr I oral O A sensational turn in local op- tion matters has occurred. Sev- eral days ago it was rumored that attorney Jam...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 13 April 1907

The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors. i. n Entered at the Brownwood Postoffice as Second Class Mail Matter Subscription Per Month 50i ; WILL. H. MAYES Managin? Editor. . H. P. MAYES Business Manager. C. A. TUNNELL. City Editor. E.- G. SEITZ. Daily Circulator. E. E. KIRKPATRICK Assm-iaU- Editor. W. R. DULA. Foreman Mech. Dept. The Operetta. When Mrs. W. R. Roberts an- nounces an entertainment by the vocal music department of How- ard Payne College it insures two things a crowded house and pleased audience. Last night's entertainment was up to the usual standard of excellence and the students acquitted them- selves with credit to themselves their instructor and their school. The operetta Sylvia is a pretty . little conception by Rhys-Herbert which can be better under stood by the following synopsis: Morning. ACT. 1. Sylvia a court lady tired of her betrothed wanders into'a hayfield where she over- hears Betty bemoaning her fate and wishing she were engaged to marry a ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 13 April 1907

Our Four Cardinal Principles Consistent Liberality Uniform Courtesy : Accuracy in Detail And Promptness in Execution. We 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 policy pf the management. Our equipment in every department is modern and efficient and our facilities are unsurpassed. Safety lock boxes furnished without charge to customers and valuable papers kept in our tire and burglar proof vaults for the asking. We Know Your Wani.s a.nd We Want Your liusineHs. 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 GRADUATING GLASS High ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 13 April 1907

Ijl Jj We are Manufacturers of J 1 BOTTLED SODA WATER and ICE CREAM j 1 i 100 per cent pure. IP vl j ' 'f ALAMO I "3 BOTTLING A I A I ALAMO Jrl s AL AM O i 1 1 J I PURE FOOD CONFECTIONS. I I ll I - 1 1 If : D Would Sf i Quetn. These Hustling Americans. - i f i. o mi . u i 3. ' ... ' ' '! u ' j 4.44.44.4. o' I B - - o!i .V ' At a recent gathering m Haiti- ' - - . -Jl!" y ' 'IZV'lZl m fl II ..;ott tluo i m.tiung ele. on. tions of the countrv were diWing - .-. D'5 Who.cs. tor.-wlJ.-Iej-if-ltl mni4: - W r WT 1 W 3 1 If v ': Stf --jweKtlv 4u toni-di.-J i the capabil.ties of "riervoiks res-tleds -Amliorpv r on; or th nnM vai- n.('Ut voH.me- MotKmh- vn I WjPmlb I I M .-;V4p-tliex .jaieth mng M - Americans" for being most slow and- wh Jtiii nI' tra- "r fn." A'Wrly nulafur' uf 'atr M M - R . &.'fogoh!g 'to ran away from hon deliberate. The Marvlander elaimod .-wwrtner'.'wbiV pi.-. floating on i; .'ril of i;anuriMW'-;ha'jJ;lt'ir- -f- J -r-yr I 1 -ui to "EndiHid." " the palm for slowness f...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 13 April 1907

u PEOPLE WHO KNOW us. n . n I HHy agBHM0H vnaBBBHMBBMBir vasiSESaBBtzaKV WBeenK3MzraBaaKfnv WMBWcaacsxcsEaciTM' maKrttcaKsaRJSBMvxr S Kwuija.m.irmra jj j-jy raaMBBpeMHB wnNB9BuaK?r mi i iiii iiiiimi iwwlllj nneraKanR BEanmnoxsnKOT iwanvrr whs 1 tawJl ja imJL Jf rS &gTTirirTrrMtiwrntirH "nr-nrrrf i fl iimiiiiii iiwii iiii i i i ir -nron vT"mr nraE w ijaasasKgnaastaoA & cmwm fx ammsammmmmmSL. Thiiimh m iwiij irnmrM 1 ftwiiija. i iiii fl jkimil Embh Dr. TC. L. Farris Osteopathic Physician over Armstrong Jew- elry Go. Phone -08 d&wtf Lester Cox of Waldrip was in the city yesterday on business. . VAN CAMP'S PORK and BEANS are considered the best. Ask your grocer for them. Mrs. Felix Jackson and chil- . dren left this morning for their -new home at Velasco. Phone 432 for correct Plumb- ing Mrs. George C. Smith of Co- - manche is in the city visiting relatives. -Will Ashley formerly of this ! place now of Santa Anna was in Brownwood yesterday on busi- ness. ' Judge T. C. Wilkin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 15 April 1907

iimn iirimiMi-i-pv- r- - - "- lone i" buy tour ilk rrom Jtsrownwood fuue toou E. B. Henle Phono rOL. 7. 4. mm s iiirv unonK ii4 L m bi i mw m w bb jr w i w IspmUt br.xnd a I i vrlu oe repeated Tuesaay Cf. S 5f F if -r -.7-. auH-a IV " 4.li W it vriii be repeated ruesaay light this week. The Howard ?ayne Quartette will cfive some their finest songs and Prof. jofeflsrtnpij thgj&jv lgqrdwof; ip. Hri'vra.Tri PflvrtPihrmri cill 'frivp. solos feetrkll the- iest clapnet and everybody else. Admission 23 cents Children 10 cents. dl96J I Noel BajrielB who trav;elfor a :bug5Vbbmpariy. la Git 1KoiVg&nd ia. quite aiokV r .rr -yir r ......................... 2Sb I x vscr.olv; 01 sr. '.rr : cn Don't put off the matter of bjuying - your spring hai until summer cames SiWt8(i&c had tol suit anyDanll kinds! of people and-want to sell them tooj The price 'iP-not too high for iiou ac our place. Hiss McHiatdhbli 1 c8 .3 m X X X -v X X 1 tXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXMXXX IJgn 101 roi ii-ig jvb . . j n ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 15 April 1907

m i mm am mmmMKmowwmwmmomK2mBmO n i m ommmmmdjma I REMNANTS. NTS. REM SEN TIONAL SALE i Monday and Tuesday's Offerings Point the Way to Sonic True Economies We Have Provided for You. Hundreds of REMNANTS three to ten yard lengths at one-third to one-half less than regular price Everyone who fails to at- tend this sale will miss an opportunity of buying good seasonable up-to-date goods at about one-half less than their regular value. We offer an unrivaled collection in Remnants for these two days only. White Black Grey and Blue Voiles Figured Lawns Dim- ities White Goods Table Damask and many other kinds. Read to-day's ad. carefully and come here Monday and Tuesday to do your shopping. I Several hundred yards of figured Lawns 3 to 10 yard lengths real 10c value on C sale hfre Monday and Tuesday at a yard uC Piles of figured Lawn and Batiste o i 10 yard lengths 12c value in Monday "71 and Tuesday's special sale a yard . 1 2C 500 yards Nainsook and Cross-barred 3 to 10 yard lengths 10c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 15 April 1907

1 "Tl Commencing Thursday. April 11th and continuing: for 6 days we will sell at "The 5 and 10 Gent Store" Twelve 10-quart Granite Dish Pans each day- for 25c each with a 25c purchase of other goods. This is a special bargain. The best goods we can give for the money" is. our motto. M. 1$ A T 1 A K O OH Trust Again Sidesteps the Leg;slative Drag Net. THE GRINNAN BILL DEAD I WHOSE HANDISTHIS? F4 " ' H AllKAUllVt i Si TRIAL OF HANKERS Mats of Dccumentaiy Evidence Introduced by Prosecution TWO WITNESSES HEARD Objections by Attorneys for Steffens and Lowdon Came in an Almost Unbroken SUeam. Abilene Texas April 12. In the Steffens and Lowdon oaseB here the oross-examination of A. O. Wilson former bank examin- er was ooncluded this morning. The government then introduced a mass of documentary evidence in'cluding'lettera and other ex- hibits numbering more than 100. " Counsel for defendants made numerous objections and reserv- ed exceptions to these documents and portions thereof. A repres...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 15 April 1907

fc There are weavers who a .Massachusetts man tens a siory 01 turn out moststmsuit;' ut v.t! i sJ JJne day Langtey sought hi. tailor 2 in somewhat profane terms d3- aafoded "a pair of b :-! of thebesi" -stufe in the shop." of tht miiuy Apples submittal ohi .loli.i li upon a bfutiful s'lky l madrloth tlu most Iv niece ot goods me uutor ?uau. although 4hisA was bie for tueurpose. Laiigiv it wasljuswhattlieBSt TBwniore ifetmad tfibe tal tk! trousers w-ereade as per speci fications and delivered. yday or so thereafter a friend eall- isoti Laugley remarked n'jtheirotrj eiii in uncomplimentary ' languages lfc$gley said lie was satisttlorJ 3i$n to her $T.O that tjhpj --Jcitji ct re per yam man mai m ms menu s isers. The bet was taken and the was fojhyide it " "'m'1i thp WBRtTiorfspmnnr imi is umsirauve o- Sfcjikee astuton-s. Known to the Romans. Safetv nins wen' articles of co.n nioii u?o?iu link lAitf Uofore -thi Oionian cinpfro J-ta& Vl vof ifiem fverc cxat uy Jiko those of j todnv u...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 15 April 1907

1- - ' W ')Tf" I I ii i III ii Mil inn i i 'il I Iii l II Ml ' i IT i Hi T-ifi " i fcl ! TMHM ib iaHPf'1 WiWM I i" "in '' '.SBSISSSBl ery Living I The World Owes tverv Man a Officers and Directors : But there is no delivery system to bring it to his door. He has got to go after it early and often and elbow his way through the crowd-that gets-there-first.- A crust is -better than no brcad7Stra4ittlc-'savCaurs"'bettef than nofhTng: Ben'nowFdTaveme thing and increase while you are able. Money getting is a pursuit which almost any diligent earnest and prudent man or woman mav hoDe I to et-without brilliant talents or genius. Any working man in goodhealth may become independent if he will only .take care. of. what I he receives and guard the leaks of useless expenditures. WeorTer you an absolutely safe depository for your savings and invite vou to j opeh an account with us by depositing now or as soon as you can. - You can get the money when wanted without giving notice. Your check is al...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 15 April 1907

1 i M IT - -5 ... ia. Tne season of- thy&axisto&&wr'how vgaaitcr 1 .-vat f- if Bid f 1 : iiRogrs" i-y Goods Co. . Physician over ArmstrongJeY& olry Go. Phone 56$ .a-i dtotf : Mrt Cabler t' wHh.bometolka ataphyr j tvr man this raorning onibueineas.: Phone. 43 for correat iBlumb John'vGlover a prorattient ctttton man of .aco is in tfif' aiodky. .oh!.hilne8B j) m t . . Fresh iGakes and Bread 1 1 every day at ttoe' Brownwbod' Bakery. Carl Robertson Wttcommo- eowent to Kelton ytesay wd returned this morning. 1- -: 'For carpenters apply-to 'Ouy HinBineBa agenV .qjflffea Unionphones 217 and445.nPQwt .t-.f "DietriGt Judge Jnoi AV-jood win and Attorn ef'iWti&gV. Early went to GolthwAieli.. morning to convenesdietridt court. .v : h t'M r- If iyou. want purespkjSii;.tea.i Dining fete- have youLgiroceri to bring- ydu" A.- JOEsWRWS-: 1 ClliUO X liB UUV vwjw. . 'Judge-'C. H. Jenkin-leEt ; this morning for MehavrteVhre' iiei&asbeen retainedi. a oottnqil " " fofvBilley Bevan...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 16 April 1907

Phorfe 164 Buy Your Milk From Brownwood PURE FOOD Dairy DAILY BULLETIN. Phone 164 PUBlJfc STORAGE Drink SECURITY BRAND JAVA BLnd MOCHA COFFEE Packed by IMPORTERS COFFEE CO.t New Orleans. CHAS. GlDDENSi Exclusive Local Aetat WEHOUSE E. ?enley & Co VOL. 7. BROWNWOOD. TEXAS TUESDAY APRIL 16 1907. NO. 156 Operetta Sylvia.v It will be repeated Tuesday night this week. The Howard Payne Quartette will give some of their finest songs and Prof. Hofengartner the new leader of the Howard Payne band will give one or two of his best clarinet solos. Let all the children come and everybody else. Admission 25 cents Children 10 cents. dl56 Plumbing carefully and cor rectly done by Cone Phone 432. ftftH MMIM0IVMM IHIMXIK Spring Millinery While we have had a very good trade this season and have been busy all the time still the supply has not been exhausted and we are as well prepared today to fill your order as when the season opened. We bought the newest things in style and in quantity and variet...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 16 April 1907

'The Daily Bulletin MAYES PK1NT1NG CO.. Props. JSattred ttt the Brownwood Postoffiee a. Seeomi-CIas? Mail Matter. Will H. Mayes Managing E.Htor H. F. Mayes Business Manager. C A . TCKKEtL City Editor. E. E. KlKK PATRICK Asso. I d. W. X. Ddla Foreman Mech. Dept. E. v.. Seitz Daily Circulator. Sn ascription per Month 50c Wednesday April 17 1907 ill LIQUOR TAX Uno Ino Frosty Tintop and Te- totle and Like Drinks Hit. -UNDER THE NEW LAW Must Pay Tax of $3000 Per Annum to State and County or $6000 if the Voters Decree. The following is a copy of the. bill which has passed and which levies an occupation tax on retail dealers in non-intoxicating malt liquors and fixes penalties : -W V. A AM Section 1. In all counties ""M 3'ustices precincts towns cities tames is to be pursued and if f or other subdivisions of a county. where the qualified voters there- t J be ateted' " of have by a majority vote de- . fact shall be ; ted and termmed that the sale of intox-.P 01 . icating liquors shall be pr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 16 April 1907

If! GoodSAopoiitions at "THE 5 AND 10 CENT STORE" Besides our 25s Granite1tih Pan offer ce will sell you a can of Standard Baking Powder for 25c and Mreyou a piece of good China of your own selection FREE. We also have a lljecial 10 cent proposition for you. We do not propose to SAVE YOU A D0lfxR on each of these propositions but wil! make it to your in- terest to traciewith us. The best goods we can give for the money. MEXICO CITY SHOCKED. M. JSASTIvAND floooooooooofro o o ! General News ! o o 4- o o OOO0O0O0O000 North Alabama was visited by- frost. St. John's Cathedral was ded- icated at Charleston S. C. Earthquake shock damaged buildings in the city of Mexico. Jesse Abner was killed by Clay Thomas near Beattyville Ky. Secretary Taft and party have arrived at San Juan Porto Rico. Great damage was done the North Carolina truck farms by cold. W. J. Bryan addressed Union soldiers on Abraham Lincoln at Washington. Bishop Turner of Afro-Metho-" dist church made a bitter attack on the c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 16 April 1907

A Thoroughbred Hat a Hat Pedigree With Guarantee. Willi Unt H There isn't a better hat on the market today for the money one that will hold its shape color and wear as long. We carry a full line of these hats in all colors and shapes We have sold them for two years and are selling more every day The next hat you buy try a THOROYGH- BRED. LOONEY The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors. Entered at the Brownwood Postoffice a Serond Class Mail Matter.. ""- Subscription Per Month 50c WILL H. MAYKS. Manajrinjr Editor. . -'JH.T. MAYES. Business Manager. C. A. TUNNKLL. City Editor. '.S. 'G. SEITZ. Daily Circulator. K. E. KI RKPATR1CK Associate Editor. V. R. DULA. Foreman Mech. Dept. " : " ' - IT REFLECTS ON THE PEOPLE. - . One of our exchanges one that is ordinarily sound in its po- sition on public questions in commenting on the deprecation by Certain papers at Fort Worth of the bad feelingthat will sure- - ly result from the election now on in Tarrant county assumes to say t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 16 April 1907

I 1 Tfys World Owes Every Man a Living V But there is no delivery system to bring it to his door. He has got to go after it early and often and elbow his way through the ufQfd that gets there first. A crust is better than no bread so a little saved is better than nothing. Begin now and save something and ii-ease while you are able. Money getting is a pursuit which almost any diligent earnest and prudent man or woman may hope j getthout brilliant talents or genius. Any working man in good health may become independent if he will only take care of what he receives and guard the leaks of useless expenditures. We offer you an absolutely safe depository for your savings and invite you to open an account with us by depositing now or as soon as you can. You can get the money when wanted without giving notice. Your check is all that is required. Absolute protection against loss by robbery or fire. We issue certificates of deposit if desired. We Know Your Wains a.ntl We Want Your BusiueHs. T...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 16 April 1907

r A GROWING TRADE. Dr. R. L. Farris Osteopathic Physician over Armstrong Jew- elry Co. Phone 568 d&wtf D. B. Smith is in Dublin today on business for the oil mill. Phone 432 for correct Plumb- ing. Mrs. Fred Schultz left this morning to join her husband at .Houston. Jbresn uaKes and .Bread every day at the Brownwood Bakery. Johnnie Gee and wife returned this morning from Dallas where they spent several days. . Judge G. N. Harrison return- ed last from attending district court at Goldthwaite. If you want pure spices tea oiuing etc. have your grocer to bring you A. COLBURN'S o rands. They are the best. j Dr. C. W. Miles of Union City Tenn.is in the city and is stop- ping at Mrs. Shrophire's. John Rainbolt of Brady was in the city last night on his way j from a business trip to Burnett; R. K. Blackshear and wife of Gdleman are in the city today visiting relatives. ' ' "Love m the Black Hills tonight at The Majestic. i Special Offioer Miller of the Santa Fe wa3 in Brownwood this mor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 17 April 1907

one 164 Buy Yjour Milk From Brownwood PURE FOOD Dairy Phone 164 PUBLIC STORAGE DAILY BULLETIN. Drink SECURITY BRAND JAVA audMOCHA COFFEE Packed by IMPORTERS COFFEE CO.. New Orleans CHAS GIDDENS. Kxclnsive .Local Aeant WAREHOUSE E. B. Henley & Co. Phone Z. I VOL. 7. BROWN WOOD. TEXAS. WEDNESDAY APRIL 17 1907. NO. 157 I J '4 i" Attention Veterans. A Meeting of Camp Stonewall Jaok8on will be held on Saturday April 27 for the purpose of ar- ranging for decoration day which ia Sunday April 28. Memorial services will be held at the Meth odist church. . A large attend-; ance is desired at the meeting ot the camp on Saturday. J. G.i Holleman. Com. ! For carpenters apply to Guy Hill business agent Carpenters Union phones 27 and 445. mwf. tf V X m m m M m m m M m m m m Spring Millinery While we have had a very good trade this season and have been busy all the time still the supply has not been exhausted and we are as well prepared today to fill your order as when the season opened. We bou...

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