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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 20 April 1907

V Phone L64 Buy Your Milk From Brown wood PURE FOOD Dairy DAILY BULLETIN. Phone 164 ?W&1C STORAGE Drink SECURITY BR.AND JAVA andMOCHA COFFEE Packed by IMPOR.TERS COFFEE CO. New Orleans. CHAS. GIDDEN9. Exclusive Local Annt i E. B. Henley & Co. Phone 2. VOL. 7. BRCWNWOOu TEXAS. SATURDAY APRIL 20 1907. NO. 160 T. Ready for Business. The Crystal Iceland Bottling company is now ready to deliver ice and solicit a share of your patronage. of Brady spent Brownwood on P. H. Lindsey left "this morn- ing for Brady on a short busi- ness trip. J. H. Huey last night in business. Geo. Kidd went to Brady this morning to join Mrs. Kidd and the boys in a visit to the family of Col. Melton. They will re- turn home tomorrow. Brownwood Monday Niht Only April 22 Tent IS'ear Opera House. Spring Millinery M X ft ft ft ft ft -ft ft - ft ft ft ft ft x ft ft ft ft ftftftftftftftft ftftftftftftftftftftftftft ftftft xftftftftftftftft ftftftftftftft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft While we have had a ve...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 20 April 1907

4 ft. i : 1 Looney's Page 4 We call tlii Looney's page licause we bought it. We would have bought the whole paper if Mayes Printing Co'. price had been in reach. Really we need the whole paper to fell you of the numerous good things we hare in store for yon. Our business is a big one and it takes lots of paper to make any attempt at telling about it. However we are going to tell you about a few items that every body need at this time of the year. o o o i-00004000000000.04'00'!'00 I I ? 5" o o o o o o o 4 o o o o o o o o 6 o o r o o o o o o o o o o o o o o The Thoroughbred Hat. - Hat with a pedigree. Hat with a guarantee. One of the. best hats ever sold for $3.00. We Have sold this hat for ten years and know what it is. You can't get a bet- ter one. Every hat is union made. o o o o o o o o o o o o V o o o o o o 6 o 4.O4.o4-04-040irOI'0o04'000i'0'i'0404'O4'O4' o o o o o o o The Penn Overalls for men equal. Union made have no o o o 4 o o o 4 o YSTEMM SSpf oooo oooooooaoooo0 q SEASONABL...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 20 April 1907

Disstrous Storm In West Hail and Wind Destroys property Kills Stock ) and Maims People. HAIL LAY ON GROUND Old Timers Never Witnessed Country Interesting Narratives Gathered From People Who Visited Scene by Bulletin Reporter San Angelo Tex. April 20. Special to Daily Bulletinby Staff - Correspondent. The southeast- ern portion of Schleicher county was visited Tuesday at noon by one of the most terrific hail and wind storms ever known in the state. - Houses and barns were blown down windmills carried away cattle killed and people crippled and the hail stones drifted covered the ground to a depth of eight inches and drift- r ed against buildings to the depth of 'several feet The loss to the stockmen cannot yet be estimat- t ed. Belated reports are arriv- ing in San Angelo today and the Bulletin reporter has interviewed many of the prominent cattle men from the storm swept dis- trict who declare that they never witnessed before anything 'so appalling as the fury of that storm. Old time...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 20 April 1907

Toughs Must Clear Out. A bad man from the "Acre!' iJSnFort Worth or some other equally bad place of brew trans- ferred himself to San Angelo a . :few days ago and was seeking -to create the impression that he came from 'way up the street where they are tougher the further you go. Officers watch ed his antics for a few days and decided there was no more rope coming to the Panther City guy Accordingly on last Friday jueputy iviarstiai .Bates neid a little business conversation with the party at the conclusion of "which the tough announced that he was ready to shake the dust of San Angelo from his feet. In short the order was to hit the . grit or so to jail and the tough got away in less than the forty- vjSve minutes allowed him. Let this serve as a warning to . -ihe lawless element that there is "no room here for them. San Angelo Press. There are a few in Brownwood "who ought to have the same kind f a notice served on them. We liave been trying to choke dogs with butter most too long....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 20 April 1907

An Invitation - 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 are cordially invited to call and avail themselves .of the facilities and comforts of out office- where every courtesy information and service will be eheerfully rendered them. We invite the accounts and business of Corporations rirms and Individuals offering superior services unexcelled facilities with ample resources. Our efforts are to please the most exacting and we will te 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 Warns and We Want Your Business. ... i The Brownwood National Bank. No Loans Due the Bank By Its Officers. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 20 April 1907

MMMMMHMXMMKMMMMXMftM m m i x x X X X X X $ ATTENTION WE ARE ON THE SQUARE. Near the center of the block west of the court house. We do all kinds of black6mithing and wood work. We can sharpen your plowB and your Baws shrink your tires and shoe your horses. We can do your machine work make or repair your well augers or anything else you may want done. Come and see us at our Machine and Blacksmith shop. x MOODY&CIiOPTOW x X West Side of Public Square. X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X XXXXXXXXXXXX'XXXXXXXXXXXXXX i t "Not how cheap but how good1 It's fresh. Received it today. Price at Seitz Steam Bakery H-H-H-I-I-H-H-Hooooooooo4'04ooooooo o 4- o A 6 o A Moment o' Sunshine o o X. 6 6' By James B. Harris. orO504'O40i' rofOoo-i'OooooOO'i'Oo their enjoyment of the spring- tide. A stitch where nine are need ! ed may save time but it places a Glimpsing Beyond. After my earthly stay is o1er And oblivion's shadows fall; After of life I see no more On this small terrestrial ball; After the gr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 20 April 1907

XE IE DOLLAR SAVED. t IT IS EASIER TO MAKE A DOLLAR THAN IT IT TO SAVE IT. .1 I A I I m You know this to be a fact as well as we do. Being true you should be careful in the expenditure of your money. Don't buy cheap Dry Goods Dress Goods Clothing or shoes. It is poor economy. Buy the best Buy standard goods like Kuppenheimer Clothing Edwin Clapp and W. L. Douglas Shoe5r. etc. That's the only way to save in buying. Costs more to begin with but lasts longer looks better is better WE SELL THE BEST GOODS. 0 Rogers Dry Goods Co. z: EX OZ 3E Dr. R. L. Farris Osteopathic Physician over Armstrong Jew- elry Co. Phone 568 d&wtf Grover Kirk of JBracy passed through the city this morning on his way home from a business trip to Fort Worth. J. H. Wilder came in this morn- ing from a week's stay at Dublin. Mrs. Brooke Smith is visiting her sister Mrs. R. Ashurst who is in from the Ashurst ranch in Coke county. Mrs. Smith will return to Brownwood tomorrow. San Angelo News. Phone 432 for correct...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 22 April 1907

Phone 164 Phone 164 Buy Your Milk From Brown d PURE FOOD Dairy DAILY BluLETIN. brink SECURITY BRAND f JAVA andMOCHA COFFtt Packed by ' IMPORTERS COFFEE CO.. New Orleans CHAS.G1DDEH8. Exclusive Local Agnt public storage Warehouse . E. R Henley & Co. ? Phono 2. 77 V VOL. 7. NO. 161 GROWN WOOD. TEXAS. MONDA)PRIL 22 J 907 Ready for Business. The Crystal Ice and Bottling company is now ready to deliver ice and solicit a share of your patronage. Judge G. N. Harrison - is in Galveston today on business. He will return by way of Fort Worth to look after business. Judge 1 J. Rice left last night for Galveston on business. Mrs. Hatcher and little daugh- ter returned yesterday from a visit to San Angelo. IIHIMMMMIV MHIMV1VIM MMMflMBft m ft ft V ft ft ft ft ft ft. ft M ft ft ft ft ft 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 o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 22 April 1907

1 I PAN The Daily Bulletin r MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors. -Entered at the Brownwood Postoflace as Second' Class Mail Matter. Subscription Per Month f; .' 50c 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. IT TAKES MONEY ALL THE TIME. The publishing business is a peculiar business in Aha no amount of money will make it a success unless there is a demand to be supplied and the business is ably managed. More -fortunes have been sunk trying to-establish newspapers than in almost -any other way. Once established and on a profitable basis a newspaper plant is worth many times its original cost for the reason such extra efforts are required to make one succeed. The same amount of money invested in almost any other business is sure to make that business succeed unless it is badly mismanag- ed but the original investment is but the beginning in esta...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 22 April 1907

ARE FOUND GUILTY 1 Lowdon and Steffens of Abilene Secure an Adverse Verdict. SENTENCE IS FIVE YEARS ihu is the Second Time They Have Been "Trjed Lowdon on Fourteen Counts Steffens on Four. Abilene Tex. April 20. James G. Lowdon president and Otto Steffens vice presi- dent of the American National bank of Abilene were today for the second time convicted in the United States district court of wrecking the bank three years ago the losses exceeding $200- 000. . The first trial two years ago resulted in verdicts that they serve sentences of five years each in the penitentiary at At lanta. The circuit court at New Or- leans granted new trials. The jury today convicted Low- don on fourteen counts and Steff- ens on four. Lowdon was the Republican candidate for gover- nor of Texas in 1904. Prior to the failure of the bank no two men stood higher in this community than Steffens and Lowdon. In fact even after the closing of the doors of the bank the friends of ot'h men stood by them firmly. Bo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 22 April 1907

I A Well Dressed Man Always Attracts Attention. I -. Iff. If 19 f The bet dressed men wear ALCO Clothing:. There are points of merit about this splendid make of clothing not possessed by other brands. We would be pleased to show you wherein the ALCO is superior. A visit to our store will be time well employed if you are in search of a spring or summer suit. another impressive on tne streets al .work and make it a week of strenuous religious activity' for the salvation of Brownwood. The cervices today and tonight are at the Baptist church; but the stoves have been replaced and the meetings tomprro'w will be at the Methodist church ae heretofore. There was open air service this afternoon where many men unaccustomed to attend the ohurch heard the appeal of the gospel. These open air services are devoid of any sensational or objectionable features and reach many men who otherwise might never hear th glad news of a Savior's love. GONDITiOlT BETTER IS Died Very Suddenly at Early Hour This...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 22 April 1907

1 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 anrPIndividuals 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. The Marriage License. Marriage license have been issued to Chas. Moore and Miss Mona M. McCall. Mesdames S. C. Coffee and W. A. Mcintosh were among the Brownwcod visitors to the San Antonio Battle of Flowers Sat- urday and Sunday. They will arrive home tonight. EJack Shriver the hustling re- presentative of the National Cash Register...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 22 April 1907

ANCIENT ATHENS. Banqueting In the Grecian City In the Time ey Plato lb Professor!" O. Tucker's "Life In .Ancient Athel! author gives this as a picture of vpic.il .banquet in that city in the timr of Plato: "When allVare in place the servants come round with a vessel from which they penr crater over the hands of the nests. There are brought in small tables light and ornamental one of which Is set down before each couch for two persons and on these are placed the several -dishes as they come la order. The tables are lower than the -couches so that the right hand can reach down easily to them. Knives and forks there are none. The food is taken up with the fingers. It is true that In dealing with very soft foods or gravies or in extracting things from shells spoons were not unknown but usually the fingers were assisted "by pieces of bread hollowed out fo the purpose. It is clear that there was plenty of room for neatness and dainti- ness in handling food and i was no small advantage to ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 22 April 1907

I W We Wxnt to Tell You I u 1 ii - : r1 u i i In a. few plain and convincing words just why it is to your very great advantage to inspect Rogers' line of fashionable Clothes before you buy your spring suit. You want and ought to look for the four following important points when you contemplate purchasing a suit: Right Style Accurate Fit Reliable Quality and a Fair Price. You would like to be well dressed and at the same time get the most value for your money. We can assist you in both respects why Rogers' Clothes are pronounced the correct garments for Gentlemen. We have Blacks Blue Serges and a great variety of Grays in all the popular hues. Prices rahge from $15.00 to $22.50. That is Rogers Goods: IOC AM Phone 432 for correct Plumb- ing. f Mrs. B. R. Hargrave of Bon- ham Texas is in the city on a visit to her aunt Mrs. Jno. W. Goodwin. A. E. Wilson trustee in bank- ruptcy for this district returned Saturday evening from San An- gelo where he adjusted matters in the petition in ban...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 24 April 1907

Buy Your Milk From Brownwood PURE FOOD Dairy DAILY BULLETIN. S5l ' PUBLIC CTODAPf Drink r.SECVRITY BR. AND JAVA audMOCHACOFFEH Packed br IMPORTERS COFFEE CO.. New Orleans CHAS. G1DDSHB. Exclusive Local Agtnt b' nley & Co. Phone VOL.. BROWNWOOD. TEXAS. WEDNESDAY. APRIL 24 1907. NO. 163 phone r Painting Thing it. S. Garnett don't beneve in painting things red but he does believe in painting things green and this week is having the whole front of his store painted a pretty green. It's just the spring fever of brightening yen. things up that suggested new coat of paint. the Ready for Business. The Crystal Ice and Bottling company is now ready to deliver ice and solicit a share of your patronage. cMMftXftflftff XIIXIXXII M 5 Ifs About Time M M You were placing an order For that summer hat the spring rush is over and most of the spring hats have been sold. The summer styles will be unusually dainty and becoming this season and we will take pleasure in selecting something to your likin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 24 April 1907

The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors. Entered at the Brown-wood Postoffice as Second Class Mail Matter. Subscription Per Month 50c 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. THE GOVERNMENT AND THE TRUSTS. At last some of the many charges against the Standard Oil Company have been made good in the courts. In Chicago a few days ago that powerful corporation was found guilty of violating the Federal statute against paying rebates and under the terms of the conviction is liable to fines that run up into the millions. In a sense this marks a new era in the attempts of the Govern- ment to force certain of these great aggregations of capital to obey the laws. While it is true that the American Sugar Refin- ing Company and some of the railroads have been convicted here- tofore these convictions carried fines in amounts relatively so...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 24 April 1907

Plione1 PUBLIC VOL. s LEAGUE nder Name of Thousand Club BEING PLANNED :w Urbanization Exnects to tro Enterprises that Brown wood Should Riglilly Have. A meeting was held at the city hali yesterday afternoon for the . purpose of re-organizing the Business League and electing officers for the ensuing year but on .account of the small attend- ance officers were not elected. It was decided however to re- organize the League under the name of the Brownwood Twenty- five Thousand Club and a com- mittee consisting of Dr. J. A. Abney G. H. Ingram and C. A. Tunnell was appointed to make a canvass of the town for names of those who desire to become members of the new organiza- tion. "The plans the ones most inter- ested have in view is to get every business man in the town to be come a member of the club and when once banded get out after the things Brown- wood is in need of and things that will prove beneficial to the town. Other towns have active business leagues and they are doing 'effectiv...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 24 April 1907

- i 1' 1 v I o A Well Dressed Always Attracts Attention. Man i JsystemMBI The bet dressed men wear ALCO CJothing. The re are pointscf merit about this splendid make of clothing not possessed by other brands. We would be pleased to show you wherein the ALCO is superior. A visit to our store will be time well employed if you are in search of a spring or summer suit. . THE FIELD MEET. Will Be a Great Event for Brownwood's Colleges. The field meet which oegins here tomorrow is a big thing for Brownwood and her colleges The five colleges to be represent ed in the meet chose Brown wood as the first meeting point and the citizens here should turn out and lend encouragement to the event. The program is sure to be highly interesting and much college spirit will be shown. The colors of the five institutions will intermingle and the college yells will enliven the occasion. Everything has been put in read iness for the opening of the field exercises tomorrow and the big crowds are expected to a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 24 April 1907

Phone' ord Atyoxjtt: Baixls:ijnLs: PUBLIC B. B.Hfe country. maiUVY cujup. W C aliail U& JlwaabU lu tuuitl Willi lliuaw t ao Decker tnan to The - Fixing Barber Shop. George Walters is fixng his larbershop on East Broadway in such a manner that it is at- tracting much favorable atten- tion. He has had it repapered and freshly painted and some new fixtures placed and the place looks-like a new shop. . The big mirrors are as fine as can be seen in any barber shop. Our 25c hose for equal. Gome and J. Xv. Next to nr Warits Jenkins in Senate. Editor Bulletin: f This is very peculiar weather. It rained Saturday night and Sunday and Sunday night and yet not enough to do any good It reminds me of the Joe Bailey stories. Lots of appearance but nothing done. Mr. Editor I want to say that in my judge- ment C H- Jenkins by all means ought to be in the United States senate In the place of Joe Bailey. I think Jenkins is one of the greatest men of this state. His work.in the legislature has prov...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 24 April 1907

IB Wsvt In 4 J' cab UCljl HJ ttuiuub ways. 'an iron sink. Is are stuck up rwagon grease try un a rag wet in Ker- ipplymg soap and wa- get waafm grease on a little soup and kero- ce it out To clean dirty such as coarse towels take lespoonful of kerosene and a K ..... pprnpr mm o nnorr nt iratiir Till lr inakes an emulsion. Put this in your boiler with enough cold water to cover your clothes and let it come to a boil stirring the clothes occa- lionally. This saves a lot of hard rubbing. Suburban Life Cleaning Brass and Copper. For cleaning brass pans use salt find vinegar which should be rubbed in well. Then rub with finelv pow- aerea Datn oncK ana water or any brass polish. Thoroughly rinse out with hot water and polish with a clean dry cloth or leather for the copper pans lake half a lemon. One that has the juice squeezed out will do. Dip in powdered bath brick and with it rub the outside of the pan. Do not use acid for the inside but clean off all marks with powder- ed bath brick a...

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