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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 26 September 1895

JOHN Y. RANKIN SR. Brownwood Texas. Real Estate and General Agent. OFFrCE ESTABLISHED IN iS6q. Exchange Bureau for all Kinds of Property Personal or Real. Depositions taken deeds and all legal conveyances written and acknowledgements taken. I ZEBerrt Agent AND ABSTE AOTOK OF LAND TITLES. Live stock and ranches farm ranch and mineral lands for Lands partitioned or divided sale between in 40 to 10000 acre tracts owners. Keports made on lands. Intelligence and Employment Office. Will secure the services of farm and railroad hands and domes tics lor lamihesfar 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 furnished on application with descriptive matter of our magnificent country. 200000 acres of valley land susceptable of irrigation at prices now ranging from 3 to M5 per will be worth S40 to $75 per acre. Al...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 26 September 1895

- Caused by Large Feet. A negro at Luverne Ala. went down into a.vell to clean it out and as goon as he got to the bottom the sand closed around his feet and he could not move. He told those at the top that he was. fastened in sucking sand and for them to pull him up. They pulled and pulled but could not move the man. The suction was so great that try as they would they could not move him. For forty-eight hours he re- mained at the bottom of the well and all the time those above were trying their best to pull him out. He had been pulled at with rope and windlass until his joints were so sore that this had to be aban- doned. Finally a box was sunk around him and the sand and mud were dipped out of the box. After several hours more the man was released and pulled to the surface. He was more aead than alive when he reached the top. Inhaoltants of Mars; An ingenious writer has decided that the inhabitants of Mars are about three times as big in every wa' as the earth man. He argues thus...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 26 September 1895

r Do Tou Want To See The largest Dry Goods Slock In Town? Then You Will Call and See THE MAMMOTH STOCK OK i: Dry rool9 Hals Caps Boot and Shoes THE KENTUCKY STORE. They have the newest and neatest stock in town and will sur- prise you with low prices. Be Sure to See thir Line of Trilby Shoes. RAMEV SfllTH & CO Do You Wish To Duy Your ool$ At The Yery .Lowest Prices. i . - . i i Biro vvn wood Bulletin. Entered at the po-stDtTice a wood. Tax. as second-class mail. matter POBIilSHKD EVEKV ThUKBdJ Brown- WI'LL H. MAYES. HHSVEr -"AYES IRA. IliVIiIj. - Asst -Business VY BY Editor and. Prop'r Asslt. Editor. Manager ! saved getting The eouittry. has .been Religious intolerance! was id Hull swav the torture .of ..the Innuisitibn were about to-be re sum'fld mortgages we're ;.rj4.ady to beUacrificed for their convictions cburch men were alioui to send each other to the gallows mission aries to our land were in danger of all s.aughtcr hut the daner; wst now. True the ericaiOiad not - forese...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 26 September 1895

" til i irrrrT wit? a rrri OUR SUPPLY STORE. i mm HI - i "V f Ip SB DRY OOODS Clothing Hats and Shoes A - A. 845 000 stock of new dry goods etc.. hardware: Machinery Saddlery SEWING MACHINES. We are agents for the Hancock Rotary Disc Plow and Cassaday Sulkr. nest! line of dress goods ever offered here. Hurlbut Hardware Co fr;- MB e.ItrR Jewelers and Opticians Are Dreoared for the fall trade :ar?d Jewelry. FINE REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. . lU.nil ordqrs given prompt attention Who nut only takes the cake but the whole bnkerv in the I From Brady. To Thk Bci.i.etin The 'tore of S.k.Benham of Camp San Saba in f his county was destroyed by tire at 2 o'clock this 'morning. Cause of lire unknowns Tl e house belonged to J. T. Tarver and was not insured. . Benham had S'2000 insurance on the goods which he valued at S200. ' ; ffwo new gins have recently been bmltin this county: one i by the Species in the Onion settlement Bear In Mind. j j jm Barney Smith & Co. some time 1 SOW tllC I lcHl Sinc...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 26 September 1895

RANDOM THOUGHTS. i A boy's success is largely meas- ured by'his manliness. Lest the term manliness be misunderstood by some youthful reader let it be understood that it does not mean a boy who chows tobacco smokes cigars or cigarettes curses and uses obscene language visits sa- loons and keeps company with other boys of questionable charac- ter. A manly boy has sense. enough to know that these things detract much from the standing of ' any man and much more from the . character of any boy. Most em- ployees feel it their duty to dis- charge a boy for any of these hab- its almost as quick as for absolute dishonesty. The boy who aspires to be anything or anybody in the "world can not afford to ape the very worst traits in men but should follow only the best ex- amples of the best men. Speaking of this matter of ex- ample there are so many men whose example in everything in life is not good. The man of high standing in a community either in business social or religious mat- ters who is ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 26 September 1895

Dr. McKindree the insurance agent arrived home Saturday over the Rio Grande. Messrs. Buck Blackwell and Charlie Son went East over the Rio Grande Sunday. Mr. W. Scott; with Jenkins .& McCartney spent Sunday with his mother and friends in Ricker. Mr. Charlie Gregory has quit his job at the round house and is now taking in the sights of Texas. Mr. Fred Shultz a hostler at the Rio Grande spent a few days in the city of Fort Worth this week. Mrs. S. J. Davis who visited relatives in our city last week left Sunday for her home at Fort Worth. Mr. L. StefFens is at home this week after having spent a couple of weeks visiting relatives in Co- manche. J. M. Crundwell left the city Monday for his place of business after "Spending a few days with ibis family. Drury Center an employee - of Mr. Jack Porter left the city Fri- day morning over the Rio Grande road. Mr. G. R. T. Massey went to Voca the early part of the week to visit his sister who is reported ! seriously ill. t Mrs. Lindsey who...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 26 September 1895

1 BROWN WOOD BULLETIN. : ( J. W. McF ; -j DEN ; Office over 1st Xnt McFARLAND DENTIST . Banli. Brown wood. Cloth in 1 i Mr. Otto Steflens a: stockholder in two of the Brownwood banks I is .1 visitor this week in our city. . Mr. Littlehale the Boston wool buyer has set up his quarters. in Brownwood again thife week and expects to do a big business. I Mr. Silas Hodges is at home from a trip to Cincinnatti where he bought an immense stock of drT goods for Hurlbii Hardware Go. Rev. Ben Wilson who has b.een holding a. series of; meetings throughout Brown county during the summer is just now recover ing from an attack of fever Mr. Frank Knight is now in the : dry goods department of Hurlbut Hardware Co. This firm received Monday a solid car of : dry goods fand are still busy unpacking and 'arranging. ! Mr. Harrv Kni"ht"was doiiis the town this week in the interest of a tobacco firm. Harrv is I a deserv- Ingly popular young man. and is "always sure of a hearty welcome here. ; The literary ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 3 October 1895

V SEE JNO. T. CREECH'S ADVERTISEMENT ON LAST PAGE. 1 vol. x. BROWNWOOD. TEXAS. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 3 1895. no: 49. 6t 4lr4lr I Building On Human Nate mi i.it d 1. A ... l i -i n i ' 1 1 vAv to tli aues- The world's opinion of the average American always includes some reference tion of speed. The American is always in a hurry. He Wants To Get There. The business day in America begins a full hour ahead of the business day Paris. We are up early we commence business with the beginning of the day and stay ; with of London or them all day i t 4 "1 '11 long. WE WAtfT TO OET THERE. : f - - 1 - 'f 1 There Is A Law That co 1- 83.0'd Impels a man to. wear pants. We sell you a pair of pants vest and coat for a better one for $3.50 and a still better suit for 5.00. We carry an elegant line of clothing for men any boys and the prices-are down on the bottom. n-nnd JWns for 20c. Cotton Flannel for 5c. Wool Jblannel tor 15c. Wool Skirts tor yoc. COGGIN & GILLIAM BROS. THE DEY GOODS MEN. :mr. : U ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 3 October 1895

JOHN Y Brownwood Texas. I. Rea 4r. St OFFrCE ESTABLISHED IN 1869. Exchange Bureau for all Kinds of . Property Personal or Beak. . Depositions taken ideeds and all legal conveyances written and acknowledgements takdn. " . ' and. ABSTEAGTOE OF LAND TITLES. Live stock and ranlhes farm ranch and mineral lands for sale 40 to 10000 acre tracts. Lands partitioned or divided " between in owners Reports made intelligence Will secure the services of tics for families or places for the taxes redeemed from or purchased at tax sale. Sheriff's -and trus tees' sales attended and instructions Full descriptive list I of lands furnished on application country. 200000 acres of valley prices now ranging from S3 to Si 5 per acre. will be worth S40 tD y 5 All properties placet! in 'my. advertised free of cost td owners ld office hours always there. jour business solicited and promptness promised. If by correspond- ence answered by return train. t i Address or call. Cjfficc in. Board df Trade; IIn.ll. ove...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 3 October 1895

D. II. PKBNT President; J. C. WEAKIi'CY Vice-President; . A. Ii. TRENT Cashier; W. H. THOMFSOIC. Asa't Cashier. This 1 For the Their Just I he' From Their Co- In front You set A Word of Warning.. The constant influx of girls from the country into large cities brings with it portentous dangers . and evils. Dreaming of an easy time good wages a better wardrobe and more congenial companion?; daz - zled with the vision of city amuse - merits nnd hoping perhaps to find a marriageable partner and settle down into a comfortable city home thousands leave the farm 'or the village and flock to the" metropolis Here many of them confront a situation far different frorii that which they imagined in advance of their actual experience of city life The wages they get are meager; their lodgings far from comforta- ble; they have no home life!; they face new temptations and trials and their life becomes one of hard- ship and trouble. In the store factory shop or oflice they are be- set with danger and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 3 October 1895

Do Ton Want To See The Largest Dry Getods Stock In Town? Brownwood Bulletin. Entered at the postoffice at Brown- ij 1 wobd.Tex. as second-class mail matter. Published Eveky TiiuksdXy by WILL H. MAYES. - Editor and Proper HERVJEY MAYES. AssH. Editor. IHA HAIiTj - Asst Business' Manager t It has been asserted .time and a- --a. j gain that trom ten to twenty per cent of the Brown countv cotton had gone to Comanche because that place sold whiskey. Thk Bulle- tin has asked who. these people ware. The sweeping allegation is made that the Rising Star and May people were taking - their cotton there and the insinuation made that it is because of .the whiskey. The good people of these sections can easily refute such charges and in (justice to themselves should do so A column is devoted to argu ing why they would likely do suchj a tning out we asK ior me iacis. Wiio are the 20 per centV They can't be produced. True in an ar- ticle last week two names were mentioned as parties who were go- ing ...

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

3 HERE WE ARE! OUR SUPPLY STORE. 't: i-f Hi -f DRY GOODS Clothing Hats and Shoes A 8S 14 SJi55600 stock of new dry goods etc. finest jline of dress goods ever offered here. HARDWARE llll fill Tiff. 1 Mflfln nfipv nhMIotv " -I J SEWING MACHINES. We are agents for the Hancock Rotary Disc Plow and Cassaday Sulky. Illlj u u i.nw a if nURLBUT nARDWARE UO. II -X .X. (1 ' - p Are Jewelers and Opticians prepared for the fall trade. See their Watches Clocks FINh REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. . Mail orders given prompt attention.. i J: E-. Shropshire from- Brad' is in the city to-day. ; Mr. J. G. Hargrave returned last week from a business jtrip " to Waco. - I WANTED Ten cords of wood on subscription. The sooner the better. Jno. C Bernay the grocer has a'card in this issue. Hcj asks a share of your trade. r Mr. Fitzgerald of Bangs; of the firm of Fitzgerald Bros. wad in Brownwood Tuesday trading. Miss Florence Barnes of Indian Creek was in Brownwood this week on her way home from Waco. J. B. Lemons ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 3 October 1895

Victoria f hilig Tigress! At Biwnwood With the Jtfew Great Syndicate Shows and Paris Hippodrome Thursday October lOtli Afternoon and Evening. 33 She RJdes Horseback. With the New. Great Syndicate Shows. The people of -Brownwood are to have an opportunity on Thurs- day next October 10th to see the only trained digress in the world. Her name is Victoria jand she is a full grown magnificent specimen of the royal Bengal tigress. Her owners are the proprietors of the New Great Syndicate Shows and Paris Hippedrome which gives one performance only in Brownwood i once assisted McEhoy. The horse J she rides now is protected from i her fangs and claws by a thick leather armor that covers his body jand head. While the riding tigress is the greatest feature she is not the only thing the.people'of Brown- wood will see with the Syndicate Shows next Thursday. They spread more acres of canvas and have under it a grander collection of novelties than were ever before exhibited. The menagerie is the b...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 3 October 1895

I J. R. Staple : and : Fancy : Groceries! BROWNWOOD TEXAS. My stock is full and complete in every particular and my prices lower than anybody else's for the same quality of goods. If you can't find what you want anywhere else come to me and you will always find it. Young Men's!Best Opportunities. If the young men of the present day who are starting out in life combat the modern tendency to go to the great centres of population and cast their lines in some of the smaller cities it would be better for the country and it would be better for them' writes Edward W. Bok in. the October Ladies' Home Journal. I know of no young man whom I envy more to-day than he who having energy and ability has the wisdom and the determina- tion to remain in one of these' smaller cities or go to one; of! them and start upon a business career with any sort of prospective success. The happiest kind of a life is before him. With. a. more limited field before him than in a vaster and to him more meaning- less...

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

if BROWNWOOD BULLETIN. J. W. McFARLAND DENTIST : Office over 1st Nat. Bank Brownwood. Count- Judge Charles Rpgnn has with chills been ill this last week anc fever. A? reception was given Tuesday ; night at thu home of Mrs. pL A. ' Martin to the young people! Mjrs. Lampkin has recently re- turned from Ft. Worth with her little boy whose eyes were treated while away from our city. Rev. R. L. Dale of Temple 1 was among a number of preachers who"h)assed through Brownwood Tuesday going to Comanche;. -Rev. M. C. Hutton of George town was in the city Tuesday nicht en route to Comanche to be in attendance at the pr.esbytery. . V: F. Barnum president North- west Texas Epworth League was in our city Tuesday looking after the furniture trade. His ;head- quarters are at Ft. Worth. Mr. H. Lawrence Davis the News' job printer has moved with his wife to San Angelo where he has secured a position with the Standard people. A crowd of young people from our city went to Mrs Martin's: farm Friday after...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 10 October 1895

Ast Jit V V I i far SEE JNO. T. CREECH'S ADVERTISEMENT ON LAST PAGE. a m ra mm jt uarr BROWNWOOD TEXA6. THURSDAY OCTOBER 10 1895. JSTO. 50. VOL. X. t r 4 ft VALUES SMASHED! GOODS BEIIG SOLD AX PRICES UNHEARD OF fcoggin & Gilliam Brothers. Dry Ccoods Clotliingand ft-: IP: VVr Si 1 I - . v 1 w i w a r Shoe in the Iiist. Prices.. i ii COGGIN & GILLIAM BROS. I ' 1 . HUSTLERS. : . II. I - ! f M i . . i Blankets Flannels and Jeans Going at the same Low f To ad-d 4. 'tf WHAT AIN'T? (nee 'the prices of shoes simply because cotton is bilging a'gaod ' j " T - ' I -.:'.- ' ' W. Henderson ':' -.1 lit f 1. ft! t' Is going to hold the prices down regardless of consequences. We have prices to back pur statements. Wp make 5t our rule to sell at lower prices than anybody.. Gome and see us. F. W. HENDERSON. On Corner Next to Low & Low. . - i . i - r m . : : t- : i t-vl i . T. C Yajjtis Pres. J. RaMey VIce-Prcs. Tin F W. IlExriEnsos-. CashlcrP ional Bank. BROWNWOOD TEXAS. Ample Capital. - ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 10 October 1895

JOHN Y. SANKIN SB. 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. : Jfcfc DEBezrt Agent . AND ; ABSTRACTOR OF LAfND TITLES. Live stock and ranches 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 Employment Office. Will secure the services of farm and railroad hands and domes- tics for families or plates for the unemployed. Lands rendered for taxes redeemed from or purchased 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 land susceptable of irrigation at prices now ranging from .S3 to Si 5 per acre which with irrigation will be worth S40 to $7 5 per acre....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 10 October 1895

D. II. TRENT President; J. C. .WEAKJjTHY Vice-President; A. L. TRENT Cashier; "W. H. THOMPSON" Asc't Cashier. 'Til Tl" J T-T? 7 Ti 1- me rirsi m aiionai &anK This song you have heard long before That Dry Goods are lower and lower: Of the Big Bargain Store It is told o'er and o'er By the people who buy from them more. This tale you have read when a child And it makes you grow weary and smile; VOur Goods Below Cost" . Brownwood Texas Paid up Capital $100000. - Surplns $20000. vJwiiClu... i-wAiii UwaUwOw 1 r3.r"C";"r'N. & And thus they have lost I Their money by piles and by piles. But brother you know how it works 1 By fits and by spells and-by jerks. ! The Big Bargain Store . " Is selling cheap sure; " . .j 1 And they will not rob you like Turks. Go see them and tell them your wants At the store where Will Savage most haunts. ' . ' Take with you your wife jf. For there is no strife At the Big Bargain Store with two fronts. !" For. there they have all that you need v. In Dry G...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 10 October 1895

i ' You Want To See The Larsest) Dry Goods Stock In Town? Then You Will Call and See. ' f if: ; . THH MAMMOTH STOCK ."!'' c i OF ' Dry Goods Hals Caps Boots and Shoes AT- I I THE KENTUCKY STORE. They have the newest and neatest stock in town: and will sur- prise you with low prices. Be Sure to See Their Line of Trilby Shoes. RAMEY SJTITH & CO Do You Wish To Buy Your Goods At The Very lowest Prices llllfife Brownwood Bulletin. tnx J wood Tux. as socotul'dass innil innttur PunusitRU Evkkv Thuusiuy nv WILL II. MAYE3 - Editor and Prop' irJSUVEV MAYES. Ass't Editor. IRA HALL Asat 12usnois Manager XNFO. C. BERN A Y Wholesale and Retail GROOEHS jOlaeap For Cash.. OPERA BLOCK BROirXHTOOD. hoie bakery in tke (REPORT np thp rnwnmnN ANowPapor. test ana tsesc Mttins Some time since Prof. J P. Whitnker made a caiivass of the Rising Star community to sec what could bq done to sccurb a newspaper-nt that point. For several reasons the matter wlas delayed uhioily owing to the fact that the peopl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 10 October 1895

' Hi : r fey HERE WE ARE! OUR SUPPLY STORE WM DRY GOODS Clothing Hats and Shoei SB A A 45000 stock of new dry goods etc. finest line of dress goods ever offered here. HARDWARE Machinery Saddlery SvLg-g-ies arid. "'vST'stgrozn.s SEWING MACHINES. We are agents for the Hancock Eoiiry Disc Plow and Oassaday Sulky. Hurlbut Hardware Co. 11 J. (ft Jewelers and Opticians fire prepared for the iall trade. See their Watches. 'Clocks I -apd dewelrg.5 FINE REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. . .Mail orders given prompt attention. Harry Scott and wife came inj M. M. Wynne of Living Issues Thursday evening from their home in Fort Worth. Mrs. McChesncy is at'homo this week from a month's visit to old home-folks in Kentucky. Mr. T. I. Evans a. prosperous druggist from Zephyr was in the city Friday of last week and. ac- companied by his daughter jpaid The Bulletin a ver3- pleasant call. j LoiiTToatwright who for several fame has moved from Coggin ad dition and is now occupying the Reagan house near the Santa Fe ...

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