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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 17 April 1907

w7- A Tiioroug d Hal J Hat With at With Guarantee. hbr tow &m Th:re 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 THOROUGH- BRED. COMPANY. Fhe Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors. Entered at the Brownwood Postofrice as Second Class Mail Matter. Subscription Per Month 50c WILL H. MAYES Manasinjr Editor. H. F. MAYES. Business Manager. -'. A. TUN NELL. City Editor. S. C. SEITZ. Daily Circulator. E. E. KI RKPATRICK. Associate Editor. W. K. DULA. Foreman Mech. Dept. IS IT ACTIONABLE? I The Temple Mirror seemsto have worked itself into a spell over the new law closing bucket shops in Texas because it be- lieves that some sort of a trust will now be able to cheat the honest and unsuspicious farmers out of from five to ten dollars on every bale of cotton. The Mirro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 17 April 1907

ome -9. &ood propositions at ''THE 5" AND 10 CENT STORE' Resides nnr 25c Granite Dish Pan offer we will sell you a can of Standard Baking Powder lor 2ocand give you a piece.of grood Ghina of your own selection FREE. We also have a.special 10 cent proposition for you. We do uot propose to SAVE YOU A DOLLAR on each of these propositions but will make it to your in- terest.io trade with ns. The best goods we can give for the money. F REMENS Lampasas Preparing for Gala Day oh Friday of TMs Week. PICNIC'P" ABOUT LAKE CLUB Stockholders Held Annual Meet- ing Yesterday Afternoon. OFFICERS WERE RE-ELECTED Free for All Fight in Brady.' While in Brady Saturday one of the Star men learned that on Friday night Sam Hunter and ; son who had come in with cat- j tie from Schleicher county be came entangled with too much ; Uno or"Ino"and also with Ed and I Claud Riley who were also on Money Wai Raited for the Purpose of the out side of considerable cel- Putting Boats oh the Lake for Use ' ebratio...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 17 April 1907

Daily Bulletin MATES PRINTING CO.. Props. Entered at the Brownwood PostorRce as Second-Clase Mail Matter "W:li.H. Mayes Managing Ed" tor H. F. Mayes Business M-tnager. Ci. TcnELL City Editor. E. E.KlKK!'ATRlrK. Asso. id. W. R. Dula Foreman Mech. Dept. E.'C. Seitz Daily Circulator. .Sribscriotion per Mouth 50c Wednesday April 17 1907 -c o HI General News ! c o . The dead body of an infant was -Xound in a suit case at Gainos- 2 Li ; 2vi5ehael. Rpilly of Dallas . was ifouM dead in his room at a ho- ' tel. . Two children living near Lind- .say died from poison in canned '. tomatoes. ;The immigration department ini? .1 .v- - - i-l n v1ot fr n el irl 1 1 fnv. Teign labor. ';. The efl'ect of the cold dry -winfl i? bpfrinjiintr to tell Oil the ; orops all through lexas. The Lumbermen's National .bank of Houston Texas is among :thbsejust authorized to begin . "business. 4An abstract of the National " banks of Texas outside reserve Cities showed individual deposits of $114190047. 70. The Pull...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 17 April 1907

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. 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 crowd that gets there first. A crust is better than no bread so a little saved is better than. nothing. Begin now and save something increase while you are able. Money getting is a pursuit which almost any diligent earnest and prudent man or woman may hope to get without 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. A...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 17 April 1907

r THE MPLUMJ I ?r . AiirtfQB$r I DAVID imcasr. I GRAffAM S TfFDElVfE. I Those words said by some men in some tones would have thrilled me. Said by him and in that tone and with that look they made me shudder and shrink. Neither of us spoke again. AVhen he dropped me at my hotel we touched hands and smiled formally for appearances before the gaping peep- ing peering crowd. And as he drove away how they cheered him the man risen high above 0.000000. alone on . the mountainpeak in the glorious sunshine of success. The j president! j The next seven months were ; months of turmoil in the party and in the country a" turmoil of which I was a silent spectator conspicuous by my silence. Burbsnk. the deepest pas- sions of his nature Tampant had burst through the' meshes of partisan- ship and the meshes of social and per- sonal intimacies in which he. as a 'good party man" and as the father of children with social aspirations afld as the worshiper of wealth and respectability was entangled and...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 17 April 1907

A GROW ADE. TR Yes our trade is growing growing fast too. It is especially noticeable in our Clothing department; " Dress Goods department and Gents Furnishing department This increase is very gratifying to us as it" convinces us that we have the goods the people want and that our goods' are giving satisfaction. We have a large stock of goods in above lines from which to make selections; we have a great variety of styles sizes : - ;i and materials arid our prices are right. We solicit your trade. - Rogers Dry Goods Co. 3 OE 31 IE n BUSINESS LEAGUE Held Interesting Meeting Yester- day at City Hall. a i DISCUSSED RAILROAD MATTERS Want the Cut-off and Will do What is Beit to get SameLeague May be Reorganized for Active Work. A meeting of the business league was held yesterday after- '. moon for the purpose of discuss- irig the Santa Fe cut off proposi " ttion. There was a representa- i ... - - i . J fTM aye crowu m aiiuuuiui;i. iub : '.meeting' was called to order by " n 7 4. r t t- : ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 18 April 1907

Buy Your Milk From Brownwood PURE FOOD Dairy DAILY BULLETIN. Phone 164 Drink I SECUR.IT V BRAND f JAVA audMOCHA COFFEE $ Packed by IMPOR.TERS COFFEE CO. I Nw Orleans CHAS G1DDEHS I Exclusive Local Acnt I PUBLIC STORAGE WAREHOUSE y E. B. Henley & Co. Kv Phone 2. VOL. 7. BROWNWOOD. TEXAS. THURSDAY APRIL 18 1907. NO. J 58 Pijne 164 The revival at the Methodist church is attracting large crowds each service and the people "who go feel that they get something real good out of the meetings. The Haunted House or in the land of Topsy Turvy tonight at THE MAJESTIC. House Destroyed. A house belonging to Mrs. Guilford a few miles south of town was destroyed Jby fire on Tuesday night. Particulars could not be obtained but it is understood that the house and contents were totally destroyed. KMKMMMXKM IMIMIIVMX IMIIMIM 5 Spring Millinery Brownwood (Monday Nijht Only April 22 Tent Near Opera House. TENTED PRON JESSE JAMES m M m x x X X X m x X M X X X X While we have had a very good trade this...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 18 April 1907

The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING CO.. frons. -Entered at the Brownwood Postoffice sb Second-Class Mail Matter. WlLxH. Mayks Managing Editor H. F. Maves Business Manager C A. Tcnneix City Editor. E. E. TilRKPATRiCK Asso. d. W. R. DcLa Fpremau Mech. Dept. E. C. Seitz Daily Circulator. Subscription per Month 50c Thursday April 18 1907 J?0.04C-4-0-fO0000 0004' w O I General News I & o ? ;iO'000O4'000000iKJ The Standard Uil company is accused of doderiner taxes in 111 inois. Spain-will spend in rebuilding her navy an aggregate of $64 000000. It is believed the pope wil create at least one new Amer- can cardinal. The Uhicago and Alton case lined 560.000 tor rebates was .affeied. "The American Institute of Electrical Engineering was ded . . icated at New York. J. G. Stewart was run over by a train at Sugarland and very seriously injuried. The testimony was concluded in the Doc Watson murder trial at Nacogdoches. W. J. Bryan was received with enthusiasm at the Broooklyn Jefferson Day c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 18 April 1907

Amdsretys Some nronositions at "THE a AND 10 CENT STORE." Resides oiir 25c Graiite DlehPan offer we will sell you a can of Standard Baking Powder for 25c and give you a piece of good China of your own selection FREE. We alsoliave a special 10 cent proposition for you. We do not propose to SAVE YOU A DOLLAR on each of these propositions but will make it to your in- terest to trade "with us. The best goods we can give for the money. M. BASTJLAND Visited by G. W. Hardy. Ed P. Jersig while in San An- tonio the first of this week was visited by G. W. Hardy of his city who is confined in the asy- lum there." Mr. Jersig says that Hardy seems greatly improved and that its the opinion of the attendant that he is just about well. In the course of conver sation Mr. Hardy told Mr. Jersig . all about the accident which for ! a time dethroned his reason say- ing that his .horse was frighten- ed by a small boy climbing upon the rear of the buggy. He also talked about affairs in Brown- wood and too...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 18 April 1907

THIS PRICE J 4 We have 2 dozen Blanket Sanitary Drip Pots in tock. In order to introduce these pots we w ill sell them at cost as long as they last. They sell for 75e. 3(ojeoffee half so good as the drip. Phone Wo. 6 and we will have one of our deliverymen call by and show you the pot. If you want a pot at this price call at once tliey won7t last long. LOONEY MERCANTILE COMPANY The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors. Entered at the Brownwood Postoflice as Second Class Mail Matter. Subscription Per Month ? - 50p 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 Mech. Dept. NOT ALL IN THE SIZE. Mere size is not all that is required to make a good town any more than mere size makes a man. If it were more desirable to live in a place solely because of its size all of us would want to move to Chicago or New York. Certainly Brown wood would have no att...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 18 April 1907

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. Customers and the public generally aTe cordially invited to call and avail themselves of the facilities and comforts of our office where every courtesy information and service will be eheerfully rendered them. We invite the accounts and business of Corporations Firms and Individuals offering superior services unexcelled facilities with ample resources. Our efforts are to please the most exacting and we will be pleased to explain our method of handling your business. It is very simple and we believe any intelligent school. boy or girl can fully understand it. We hope to make pur relations mutually beneficial. We issue certificates of deposit if desirrd. We Know Your Warns and We Want Your Busineas. The Brownwood National Bank. No Loans Due the Bank By Its Officers. DOCTOR SUICIDES F. Mortimer Reeves T...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 18 April 1907

fSfilfelSKi 1 f I Bi f I) t Art of the Wan Who Manipulates the Blowpipe. SHAPING THE MOLTEN MASS. The Juggler Before the Fiery Furnace Must Have Skill and Strength and -Qexterity The Flattening and Clean- ing Process In different towns In the gas belt of Kansas there are great factories where window glass is made. It Is an Inter- esting process. Entering the factory -we see great tins of sand carbon and lime mixed together in a fine powder ready to be dumped by a swinging crane 250 pounds at a time intothe crucible or tank of melting glass near by. At hand also are heaps of broken glass the trimmings and debris of the fac- tory These are also melted up and used again. The furnace fire fed by gas glows to a brilliant white. The crucibles of baked clay are bath- ed in this heat of 2S00 degrees. Into these crucibles a placid Belgian load from time to time the mixture of sand. carbon and lime until when melted It makes GOO tons of molten glass. It Is this molten glass at the other end o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 18 April 1907

You Can't Get Away From the fart m n That the.Kuppenheimer Clothing leads all others It ts a winner whenever compared with any other brand of clothing sold at the same price. It leads in the grade of material usecHn its making; it leads in beauty of patterns style finish workmanship fit and wearing qualities. The Kuppenheimer-don't forget the name when you want a spring or summer suit that has merit. We selected the Kuppenheimer because we thought it the best. We see no reason for regretting our choice. . Our suits range in price from 15.00 to 2250 Come in and take a look at our stock of clothing which has no equal this side of Fort Worth. We are having a nice trade in clothing but we bought heavily and can still give you choice of a larp'e rane of wonderful values Rogers Dry Goods Co. n -i . tl . . .. rJ . ' ' ' ' ' " " ' "' " i .. . I Dr. K. Li. Farris Osteopathic Physician over Armstrong Jew- elry Co. Phone 568 d&wtf Roy H. Caperton of Brady spent last night in the city. Dr. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 19 April 1907

I. If Pffitfie 164 Buy Your Milk From Brown wood PURE FOOD Dairy DAILY BULLETIN. Phone 164 PUByC STORAGE WAREHOUSE . E. B. Henley & Co. Phone 2. Drink SECURITY BRAND JAVA andMOCHA COFFEE- Packed by IMPORTERS COFFEE CO.. New Orleans CHAS. C1DDENS. Exclusive Local Agnt VOL. 7. BROWN WOOD. TEXAS. FRIDAY APRIL 19 107. NO. 159 The revival at the Methodist church is attracting large crowds each service and the people who go feel that they get something real good out of the meetings. The Hau nted House or in the land of To'psy Turvy tonight at THE MAJESTIC. Parents Notified. The parents of Walter Nance who was so badly burned in the gasoline explosion here -this afternoon have been notified at Wills Point of their son's condi tion and are expected here on the morning train. Brownwood Monday Night Only April 22 Tent ear Opera House. I 1 XIIXIXXIIM MXftMMM XXXXXXX H JX X X. X X X X M X X x X X X X X X Spring Millinery While we have had a very good trade this season and have been busy all...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 19 April 1907

"Not how cheap but Received it today. Price at Seitz Steam Bakery 35c The Daily Btilletra . MAYES PRINTING CO.. Props. Entered at the Brownwood Postoffice as Second-Class Mail Matter. WiiaH. Maves Managing Editor H. F. Maves Business Manager. C A Tcjcjceix City Editor. E. E. Kikkpatrick Asso. Fd. ; V7. R. Dula Foreman Mech. Dept. E. C. Seitz Daily Circulator. Snbscriotion tier Month 50c Friday April 19 1907 Oklahoma will have a compul sory primary election law. Albert Sanders of Georgetown Texas won the Rhodes scholar- ship. Fire destroyed Fellheimer's carpet store at Hot Springs; loss $60000. Secretary Taft and party reach- .ed Porto Rico and were given a reception. Judge Maxy refused to grant an injunction against ticKet scalpers at El Paso. Fletcher Leake was shot with both barrels of a shot-gun at Old Washington. A shipment of small rifles for indoor practice was received for the Texas militia at Austin. Two members. of a family are dead and six dangerously ill in . Chicago as a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 19 April 1907

D'djtft Die At 45. "Cure the Ingestion Which Is So Liable to ;t-ead to Apoplexy. Rush of x business eating too fast and too much excesses of "any kind soon result in indiges- tion. Then when the digestive organs cannot care for the iood properly the ooats of the blond vessels in the brain get httle nourishment become brittle and finally yield to the fieroe blood pressure. One is then said' to have a "-shock'' to be paralyzed or to die from appolexy. People Buffering with headache giddiness palpitation sleepless- ness bad taste in the mouth drowsiness coated tongue dis- tress after eating specks before the eyes and any other of the many distressing results of a weakened stomach should profit by the "discovery of Mi-o-na stomach tablets. In reoent years the greatest ad- vance in medicine has been in the study of diseases of digestion and nutrition and ho other pre- scription has proven itself of as much value as Mi-o-na It i3 relied upon as a certainty today in relieving the worst tro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 19 April 1907

24 AT THIS PRICE We have 2 dozen Blanket Sanitary Drip Pots in stock. In order to introduce these pots we will sell them at cost as long as they last. They sell for 75c. No coffee half so good as the drip. Phone Wo. 60 and we will hare one of our deliverymen call by and show you the pot. If you want a pot at this price call at once they won't last long. LOONEY MERCANTIL COMPANY The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors. Entered at the Brovrnwood Postoffice as Second Class Mail Matter howdy-do and good-bye are a waste of time. The intention was to say that they are largely a waste of time the stops not being long enough to accomplish the real good intended lhe tort Worth people who made the trip think that it was a great suc- cess and they ought to know. Certainly the short stay at Browmvood while entirely too short was a pleasant one for our j people and apparently so for the visitors. Subscription Per Month. .50p WILL-H. MAYES Manajrinir Editor. H. F. MAYES Business Man...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 19 April 1907

Customers and the public generally are cordially invited to call and avail themselves of the facilities and comforts of our office where every courtesy information and service will be eheerfully rendered them. We invite the accounts and business of Corporations Firms and Individuals offering superior services unexcelled facilities with ample resources. Our efforts are to please the most exacting and we will be pleased to explain our method of handling your business. It is very simple and we believe any intelligent school boy or girl can fully understand it. We hope to make our relations mutually beneficial. We issue certificates of deposit if desirrd. . We Know Your Wains antl We Want Your Business. The Brownwood National Bank. No Loans Due the Bank By Its Officers. OFFICIALS ARE HERE Maxon and Hull Spend the Morning in Brownwood. CAME LAST NIGHT FROM WEST Taking a Look Over the Branch Line to get Familiar With Business and get Acquainted With People. (general Manager W. E. Maxon an...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 19 April 1907

i DJIEfc HOBBY $ 1ro Study thef Ways Df Rogues May Make a Rogue of You. CRIMINALS BY SUGGESTION. An Abnormal Interest In the Methods ef Lawbreaker Is Liable to Arouse Even In a Normally Honest Man a Spirit -of Emulation. ""It is quite possible for a normally honest man to become a criminal by nggestiou" -was the curious state- ment made by a well known New York detective who was in "Washington re- cently on business. "I am referring now-to men who permit themselves to develop an almormal Interest in the ways of "professional criminals. "I wouldn't call it a safe thing for any man to attempt to figure out in Ais mind what he would have done to escape arrest had he been in the boots of some captured criminal whom he had read alnuit But that's a thing that thousands of men who think they're honest are doing all the time. "When there's a big man hunt on they follow It with acute interest put them- selves In the place of the hunted man and dope out schemes of escape for him. A certain pe...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 19 April 1907

!(p--JI j 1 1 1 11 " it X You Can't Oct Away from the Fact That the Kuppenheimer Clothing leads all others It is a winner whenever compared with any other brand .of clothing sold at the same price. It leads in the grade of material used in its making; it leads in beauty of patterns style finish workmanship fit and wearing qualities. The Kuppenheimerdon'r forget the name when you want a spring or summer suit that has merit. . We selected the Kuppenheimer because we thought it the best. We see no reason for regretting our choice. Our suits range in price from 15.00 to 22.50. Come in and take a look at our stock of clothing which has no equal this side of Fort Worth. We are having a nice trade in clothing but we bought heavily and can still give you choice of a large range of wonderful values. GrOOClS CO Ro ers Dry IE he are AM. ' F. M. Richards of Brady was here last night on business. Saved By a Melon at Opera House tonight. N. A. Weaver of Santa Anna was in the oity last night a few...

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