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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 22 August 1895

The Ball Came. Thursday evening at 3:30 the game was called which should de cide the skill of Brownwood and San Angelo as displayed against the combined forces of Dublin Stephenville and Hico. The re suit was quite satisfactory toBrown wood and San Angelo but left a decidedly bad taste in the mouths of the boys along the Rio Grande. The first three innings were inter esting as both teams seemed equal ly matched and the- result doubt fill and in the fourth inning the score stood 5 to 5. At this point a small sized squabble took place and the visitors wanted to quit claiming they could not play in the sand storm which had arisen. The sand storm only laated a little while but it seemed to take all-the pluck out of the other nine for they played miserably the rest of the evening only scoring twice more. They changed pitchers three times but all was useless. The Brownwood boys would place the ball anywhere in the field and then walk to first. Gregory the San Angelo man. who pitched for B...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 22 August 1895

OUR BUYER in New Building Asaiit. Have You Seen. THE : HANCOCK ROTARY DISC PLOW? flurlbutH'dwure Co. Agts (KJOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCd Brownwood Bulletin. Entered at the postoffice at Brown- wood Tex. as second-class mail matter. Published Every Turr.sDjAY. by WILL H. MAYES. - Editor rfnd Prop'r HERVEY MAYES. Aa't. Editor. IKA HALL - Asst Uualness Manaser -4 JTiie Bulletin is in receipt of the Concho Valley Fair catalogue. Tile date of the fair is Oct. o to S. fllie Salado Sentinel edited by Emerson Barbee a Brcwnwuod hoy is meeting the popular ap proval of Bell county people. Temple hall team were beaten in two gam us at- San Angjdo this week the scores standing 19 to 9 in the first game and -M t ) 22 in the second. The holocaust at Denver) caused by the falling in of the wai'ls of the Gumry hotel is the horrorJ of the week twenty-five lives being lost! in the burning building. Mr. H. T. Newcomb of Wash- ington D. C has written an arti- cle for the September number of The Forum on t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 22 August 1895

A 4549 An awning is soon to be built in front of the buildings occupied by Hallum & Langtry. and Dun- ning. . Mr. Fortson of Coleman was in Brownwood one day last week re- turning home from a trip to Fort Worth and Dallas. Miss Laura Porter left this week for Goldthwaite where she (w!ill be engaged the next nine nionths in teaching the young idea how to shoot. New awnings are getting to be the style in Brownwood.j The latest built are those of J. R. Looney and over the Big Bar- gain store and Peterman's: . Armstrong Bros have made arrangements to move their jew- elry store the first of. September Worth k Rio Grande train -for into the building now occupied' Blanket .from which place they go bv Camp & Shropshire on West ' outon a large ranch to enjoy coun- Broadway. - ' try life awhile. Greenville is in the midst of a Candies and fruits of all krnds local option campaign. Our best i cigars the latest styles of stationery wishes are with the friends df the on hand by Sept. 1st...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 22 August 1895

RANDOM THOUGHTS. Almost every day some honest but forgetful old soul is remind- ing us in doleful tones that "times ain't what they used to be." It must be natural as age begins- to make its impression on us for the mind to magnify the good things of youth and to minimize the bad things. This reference to the "good biscuits mother used to make" has caused untold unhappiness when in most cases the trouble has been with the dyspeptic system that couldn't enjoy biscuits if made exactly on the same style of those of childhood days. Since you come to think closely about it does anything satisfy your appetite as it once did. I can remember when nearly everything was as. "good as custard pie" but even that much respected article of diet has lost much of its soon' sweetness to my palate. The methods of cooking do not change much andthe little change is constantly for the better but with advancing years appetites and tastes undergo considerable revolution. When you feel like complaining of y...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 22 August 1895

I Mr. Sam Coggin Sr. arrived home Wednesday of last week. Mr. Sam Brin made a short b si- ness trip to Fort Worth last week. Miss Emma Ford returned Thursday from a short trip to Temple. T. J. Holder a citizen of Slap Out was seen on the streejts of our city last week. Mrs. Moore and her son Scott were numbered among those who spent Sunday in the Magnolia city. Miss Marietta Hardeman left last Thursday for Comanche and will be out of our city quite a while. Mr. Boulden and daughter have returned home after some weeks pleasantly spent with relatives in Brownwood. Cleburne. Herald. Miss Allie Kinsloe a popular young lady of Corsicana is visit- ing in Brownwood this weak. While here she will be the guest of her aunt Mrs. Spangenbirrg. Mr. Walter Powers once a typo of this city but now of Dublin came down with the baseball boys to watch the sport. He returned a sadder but wiser man we hear. Miss Bessie Rivers a Dallas belle passed through Brownwcod last week on her way home! from San An...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 22 August 1895

7f -.-v J. W. McFARLAND DENTIST . Office over 1st Xftt. BftrikvBrownwood I J The Houston Post declares that our town needs more cotton buy- ers. I.Mr. Lee Watson went to Waco the early part of this wjeek on a short business trip. -. The meeting of the bicycle club Tuesday night was not a success on account of the bad weather. " Mrs. Lindsey and children of Sweetwater passed through Brown- wood one day this week. Mr. John Davette has a card m this issue. He now is in the gro- cery business and guarantees to please. . Mr. Miles Gwinn and wife have returned from a month's visit to Gleburne. ' He is an employee of the Santa Fe. Mrs. C. H. King of Voca is ft guest this week of the family of Mr. G. R. T. Massey in Coggin addition. Mr. John Deans aridj wife of Voca are' in the city this; week as the guests of Mr. W. G. Churchill of the Santa Fe force.- ; Mrs. Elliott the mother of Mr. FJam Elliott is visiting her son in this city this week. . Her home is at Voca McCulloch county. Browriwoo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 29 August 1895

SEE JNO. T. CREECH'S ADVERTISEMENT ON LAST PAGE. wttiril 1111 A VOL. X. BROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY AUGUST 29 1895: ;i NO. 44. tn:i Mitf EVERY MAN TO HIS BUSINESS. OTTfe BUSI1TESS IS TO If your clothes are a little worn soiled so as to look bad soiled so much that you Would not present a good appearance in a social or business gathering we would advise you to let us Harness you in the latest way. WE WILL PUT UPON YOUR BACK the best fitting and most perfectly made garments in West Texas. Why not have your clothes fit just as easy when you trade with us a pair oi docks teei Better it they ht. . . . By the way WE SELL SOX Sox that wear well. If you want Sox 'we would llike to sell ?ri i Black and Tans in great variety. Do you know the size Socks you wear? The sizfe that will fit you is ffiven below: For a Shoe size 4 to 5 No. 9 sock. " " " 5 1-2 to 6 No. 9 1-2 sock-. " " " " 6 1-2 to 7 No. 10 sock. " " " " 7.1-2 to 8 No. 10 1-2 sock " 3 1-2 to 9 1-2 No. 1 r sock o o 0 o 0 X-et XTs Sell "S...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 29 August 1895

1 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 all legal conveyances written and acknowledgements taken. Bent A.gerLt- m . AND ABSTRACTOR OF LAND TITLES. Live stock and xanches 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 Will secure the services of farm and railroad hands and domes tics for families or olaces for the 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 furnished on application with descriptive matter of. our magnificent country. 200000 acres of valley Jand susceptable of irrigation at prices now ranging from S3 to 815 per acre which with irrigation will be worth S40 to $7$ per acre." All properties placed in m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 29 August 1895

if Just Puns. Hardware dealers should Ibe put on their mettle by competition Dealers in sewing -machines should make business hum Grocers should put all the grit into their advertising and none in- to their sugar. The leading druggist is the one who makes his advertisements as pungent as some of his compounds. The dealer in musical instru- ments must be sure to strike re- sponsive chords if he desires to make sales. A barber should advertise for the patronage of men with whom he does not have a scraping acquaint- ance. One of the best kinds of amunni- tion carried by a dealer in firearms is an ad in his local paper j A dairy ad should not stand too long. . An electrician's advertisement should not be calculated to j shock its readers. ! A confectioner's adjshould! show good taste. The ad. of an architect should be well designed." . The style of a clothing man's ad should lit the season. Printers' Ink. Jim Goldthwaite News. - Winters of JBrownwood All About a Kiss. This I was assured...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 29 August 1895

Still our Great Reduction in Prices continue and we are rapidly disposing of all Summer - Dress Goods and Wc are now receiving and opening the Largest and Most Com- plete Stock of the well-known Yoorheis Miller Trimmings Clothing. Though we still have some Bargains.and as the Stock is re- duced our reductions will be greater. RAMEY SMITHTcf io sucn aiyies no sucn rus no sucn values to De nau in dy rtfrlior 1inf nf (Jnthinrr nn flip m.nrlfpf f-n-rlav. 'A RAMEY SMITH & CO. Lon"- before the advance in leather we bought our fall supply and an Unusually large Stock of Boots and Shoes 'cy - - r- r. .O. .O. .O. -O. .O. .O. .O. .o. .o. .o. .o. .o. .a. 4 So are prepared to meet the Hardest.Compctition in this lino and insist on comparison of prices before purchasing elsewhere. 0 A greater assortment of Styles and Designs and are better pre- pared to please everybody in ; Carpets Rugs and Mattings Than we have been at any time previous to this season and at prices to suit all. Call and se...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 29 August 1895

Are Jewelers and Opticians prepared for the J&ll trade. See. their Watches Glocks rrai7d uewelrg.j FINE REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. -Mail orders given prompt attention- Blanket Notes. j Mr. R. B. Rogers returned Tues- James Boyer was a Clio psitor day from his business trip to St. Sunday. : I Louis. The Christians commenced a se- j MiM SaUic .g a gt th.g ries of meetings at Moro Sunday k of friem?3 an(J relativeg Jn Kev. Li. u. jmus is noiaing a meeting at Zephyr tins week. Dr. Jones of Breckenridge Ste- vens county visited his father last week. Rev. Z. T. Blanton is conducting a meeting at Waldrip McCulloch county. Albert Ingram who has been sick for the nast two weeks is quite low at resent. His brothc. John Ingram is here from McKinney. Luke Reeves has improved the looks of his new store building by adding a commodious porch there- to. Mr. Roy Everts of Dallas who has been visiting his brother for the past week returned home last Monday. The young man who is thinking of taking a s...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 29 August 1895

f ' - ' i . i RANDOM THOUGHTS Nearly all busy people have some fad outside of business with which to entertain themselves while away from business and to divert their attention from one routine of thought. Even the man who is a stickler for one business and be- lieves that success can only be at- tained by adhering closely to one specialty is very apt. to have some "side line" to which he- turns when tired out with his business. This is what has made bicycling so universally popular. It is a de- lightful pastime and is a lad that can be taken up without much thought or attention. It doesn't require much capital or thought to keep it up. Most of the groat law- yers and physicians of the world have had other things to divide their attention and have also farm ed or preached or written books or engaged in some of the more restT ful pursuits i l jit is no trouble to find very busy men in the professions or trades who can talk to you about horses or cows or hogs or chickens and who will ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 29 August 1895

Mr. Cockrell and family have re turned to Brownwood after an ex tended absence. Mr. Nelra Thomas is now hold ing a position with Berry & Daniel the grocery men. Mrs. It. Coggin returned Thursday from Fort Worth Dallas and other points in the state W. C. Armour the baggage man at the Rio Grande depot went to Ft. Worth one day last week. The Baptist brethern are hold mg a convention tins wees at Rough Branch sixteen miles north of Brownwood. Revs. Hendnck and isdrrell have been busily engaged the past week in the protracted meeting at Canon school house Hon. C. H. Jenkins attended the Populist rally at Lampasas last week. Six hundred visitors were reported as being in that cityi. Dr. Turney a Brownwood phys ician returned Thursday from Mercers Gap where he had been called on a professional case. : Rev. -Z. T. Blanton of Blanket went through Brownwood last week on his way to Waldrip where he will conduct a protracted meet- ing. Miss Jessie Yoes who far the past month ha.3 been visi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 29 August 1895

0 1 BROWN WOOD BULLETIN. J. W. McFARLAND DENTIST Office over 1st Nat. Bank Srowwootl . Daniel Baker college-opens next Tuesday. Remember the street services to- night. Royal Baking Powder is now be- ing advertised in The Bulletin. F. A. Swinden was Out of town ilthis week on a business . trip to Waco. Jno. T. Creech has been absent from our town this week return- ing Wednesday night. Mr. C. Buchanon lately from Caldwell is now with Lath em the barber and is pleasing the trade. Mrs. H. H. Moore and the chil- dren are at home after several weeks visit to relatives at Cole- man. ' T went'-four dollars was realized by the ladies of the Christian church in their nee cream social Tuesday night. ' ; A livery stable is one of the pro- jected enterprises in Brownwood. It will likely be in full operation by the middle of September. Mr. Brooke Smith reports that during the late rain he caaight four feet of "water in his large tank lo- cated a short distance jfrom town. A fishing crowd cbmposed...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 5 September 1895

SEE JNO. T. CREECH'S ADVERTISEMENT ON LAST PAGE. umtmiuul VOL. X. BROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 5 1895. NO. 45. ca1 (lrlr IaZMY DOWN In your Inside Pocket There is a Stray Dollar Good Money plgav Honey You Worked For and Dislike to Give Up. TVlP. Hollar mnv VmP hppn rninprl in' r8ni CZrrA na omr " " - r vtA v.vxjiva. in x vjMu.t vjuuu uu an v . coma nmnitnf of rnf rf-ci v- T r v-Urt. J 1 1 THAT BOYOF YOURS Goes to school this week. He needs clothes and he need them bad. JLet us tit him tor you. We will .fit him right and please him in thejclothes and you in rne price. TTVl ftcm I E?sx Cnla HPl-.2 UxJ . . U1VV va.ivcai. iiiiwi? i ui aic iu vvcciv. Line No. i at .75c i.oo ahd 1.25 Line No. 2 1.50 2.00 and 3.00. No 3 4.00 4.50 and 5.00. " COGGIN & GILLIAM BROS. Te Dry cod Me lllll IlltlllllllllltlflllllllllllllllllllllltlllH.IIU ' J WW 1TICII.. rii iiiiiiiiitrinifiiiitftMifiiiiifiiiiniiiiJiiiiiiiitifiiiitiiiiiiiiiiff iiiifiiiffiiitiiiiniiiiiif ifiitiiu WAIT FOR THE WAGON? If. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 5 September 1895

V Brownwood. Texas. and General! Isifcate Exchange - Bureau $1100 worth Coleman county cheap'with low rate of interest. $750 Taylor county farm cash or change. " ' $1000 Leon countv farm for West. " .. JFLttL Oil A- . K5. For exchange Brownwood resi- dence for good farm in Brown comity near in good 0-room house well finish- ed and very comfortable native shade trees fine well cellar stables chicken- house two Hues for beaten 4 large lots 100 feet sijuare or full acre of "round cool and shady. Six or eight blks. from courthouse.' Cost Sl'.'GO to 52000. Will take $1500 in trade or less in 'cash. Is". "For sale Brownwood o-rooiu cottage near to business full half 'acre grounds. or 2(?.xl00 feet two hydrants Inf.: rrilic ililnu 1iiT:'fi-liii!ci line. tjin'iricer6un:--:00cah 5UU in one; U.rti.UroIt'!.t-v West. 55000 two residences in L'hUmiIL 1 ennessee lor Texan farm. I 2500 Bai rd proper t v far Texiiti mo joih in liomtliwaitl? S1M25. Goldth-.v!iit.. $.'J4000 Mills county ranch" for Wb...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 5 September 1895

GoIdthwalte.Wlns Thursday was the dutie Jjfbr the shoot me contest betwaon the Brownwood and Gpldlliwriite gun clubs and at ah car'lv ilonr the i-rack shots' of the town Jliv alert --to. perfect linal i:jents. The grounds h were on boon laid out in the southern portion of tb.c town and every minor.- detail had been perfected when two train arrivi'd bearing the Brownwood club. A committee Of citinkns were at the depot to welcome thl'ir vis itors and escort them to il c shoot- tion Vas inr grounds where a selk; made for live nimibks ttyjwpresent the club in I iu- content. dflJer -t Lrtion had been unidattkc the c li :iro ianv returned ti tow At 'Jr-HJ in ihe aftehieojfi tlie two iuls acvumpcttifriij hy nunilii r of tlie.titizeiis of t ;f large ti 'toivn-1 repaired to im Belt! bf dfUttst. First M'ore fir$feowrnviot (Jullahora 7 'KfcXlnfir i H. Jam 11 VVal- ter Lee 3. ; .'V First score for llotdt Albert AViiDx'7 iBrjucc .verlv C. r. Batty' li Gfeoi 10 Dr. Barton. Second score fat Ukotmw...

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

Still our Great Reduction in Prices continue and we are rapidly disposing of all Summer Dress Coo1 and Trimmings Though we still have some Bargains and as the Stock is re- duced -our reductions will be greater. RAMEY SMITH & CO. Long before the advance in leather we bought our fall supply 3 M d M We are now receiving and opening the Largest and Most Com- plete Stock of the well-known Voorheis Miller & Co.s' vav Clothiii No such Styles no such Fits no such Values to other line of Clothing on the market to-day. be had: in any RAMEY SMITH & CO. A greater assortment of Styles and Designs and are better pre- pared to please everybody in and an Unusually Large Stock of Boots and Shoes So are prepared to meet the Hardest Competition in this line and insist on comparison of prices before purchasing elsewhere. Carpets Rugs and Mattings Than We have been at any time previous to this season and at prices to suit all. Call and sec their Stock. 0H0000OObOCK000 Have You Seen THE HANCO...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 5 September 1895

A- Jewelers and Opticians Are prepared for the fall trade. apd dewelryj FINE REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. .Mail orders given prompt attention. The Christian Endeavor Convention. Below we give the program of the Christian Endeavor conven- tion of the Cumberland Presby- terian church to be held in Brown- wood next Thursday: 2:00 p. m. Devotional Exercis- es G. F. Weir Brownwood. 2:15 Endeavor Sermon Kev. C. S. Bass Temple. 2:45 Sermon in Song. 2:55 How's Your Health? (C. P. and C. E. Grip) iii. John 1:2. 3:05 Christian Endeavor Pledge Mrs. Alice Kelly Waxahachie. 3:20 Open Parliament. 3:30 The C. E. Prayer meeting M. Frank Dunn Corsicana 3:40 Open Parliament. 3:50 C. E. Committee Work Joe A. Wood Bluffdale. 4:05 The Relation of Pastor and Session to the Christian 'Endeavor Society French O. Smith Shiner. 4:25 The Best. Methods of Ad- vancing the C. E. Work in our 'Church Rev. D. C. DeWitt Den ton. 4:45 The Synodical- Superin tendent's Work C. C. Howard Frost. ; 5:00 Heart Melody. ! 5-10 Ope...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 5 September 1895

RANDOM THOUGHTS Damon and Pythias. The story of Dnjnoii add Pythias is one ol the prettiest cvlar written and there is no surprise that a so- dety based on Pythian principles brings about a warni fraternal feel- ing in the .very haud-gnipp of its members. True friendship robbed f all selfishness is not found as much as "it should .be. Itlislaiown to naturahl that many ttt the aii- imals of the. great sea Hve on those weaker and More than themselves. ' The it the worm and $ttfl iu be in inn i devoured crafcnsi'l ess iU -riish all er' fish ptiao un- upeottnp m&peni .by lie twith greater stix-nittj urtil airi ly a j'lestioii of beet? in es ol the largest aril tsveji aim tiais wiU r.ot live on thsMr owa k tw in : this way. Man is just fflife fiwjh ioVye'r than. the anittial-jfoi h fill (favour- liis neighbor'- and . not merely io"tUve ife- mt friend mox the luxur'.rs of lifc. rjtht Wfc will nly takd engh: caickd fjroiir the 1 larnyard -t i- satisfy Appetite mifl ere. if "i-s.. ftlfa...

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