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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 24 April 1907

i i rtm 'i '"yfaaraMi3 im II i El READYTO-WEAR DRESSES FOR CHILDREN. We have received and are showing a splendid line of ready to wear dresses for the little girls. They are as dainty and sweet as any seamstress can devise; they are substantially made in the latest styles of the popular 'materials and they are sold at prices that make it a posi- tive saving to buy them instead of having them made by local dressmakers. We are showing quite a variety of these children's dresses for all ages and will take pleasure in showing you the stock. We are confident our selection will please you. ""B f Rogers Goods Co. Phone 432 for correct Plumbing- . Sheriff Smith of Comanche county was in the dity yesterday on business. FREE PASS House tonight. at Opera Fresh Cakes and Bread every day at the Brownwood Bakery. The two local colleges have formed a large reception com- mittee to greet and assist visi- tors to the big Field Track and " Oratorical meet. M. Englander of Boston Mass.. is m iJrownwoo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 25 April 1907

Phone 164 Buy Your Milk From Brownwood PURE FOOD Dairy DAILY BULLETIN. Phone 164 n brink 7 'SECURITY BfLAND JAVA &ndMOCHA COFFEE Paoked bT IMPORTERS COFFEE CO. N.w Orleans CHAS. G1DDEK. Exclusive Local Agtat PUBLIC STORAGE WAHOUSE E. B. BEnley & Co. PfcLn 2 T VOL. BROWNWOOD. TEXAS THURSDAY APRIL 25 J 907. NO. 164 Representing Bank. Paul Willoughby of Brady is in the city today in the interest of the Interstate Bank of Kansas City. Mr. Willoughby is now in the employ of that financial concern and looks after their business in West Texas where they have considerable interests. Ready for Business. The Crystal Ice and Bottling company is now ready to deliver ice aad solicit a share of your patronage. Tom Bell of Brady is spending the day in the city. XIMVXIH KIMMI1VM1MHXK1I K M M m m It's About Time m ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft 'ft ft ft ft ft ft ft You were placing an order for that summer hat the spring rush is tver and most of the spring hats have been sold. The summer styles...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 25 April 1907

.4 ". I- 7 The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors. Entered at the Brownwood Postoffice 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. Its a hearty welcome that Brownwood extends to the visit- ing college people" The whole town feels that it is honored -by your presence. We hope to make such an impression- that you will want to come back again and again. The Bulletin again calls the attention o the people of Brown- wood to the College Meet to be held here beginning tonight and to impress upon the town folks the opportunity it affords to make a good impression upon the visiting school people. It-also t urges patronage of the entertainments with the assurance that it will be worth more than the cost - Tomorrow will be a great day in Brownwood. It is unusual' -to have so many ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 25 April 1907

must m eusy Catarrh Can Be Cured. t Brown wood Business Men Are Sleeping on Their Rights- HUSTLING JAN ANGELO Bulletin Man Thinks Brownwood Should Show the Energy That the Wet- ' era City Does. days m the nustlmg city or San -Angelo last week and without any intention of throwing bou- quets at that place we would like to suggest that Brownwood take a lesson from the business league there. They are the most ener- getic set of fellows jn the state. The league responds to a call like a modern fire department and every time a good enter- prise shows its head San Angelo grabs it The business inter- ests bury all differences when it comes to a matter of public good and everybody pulls together. . The result is that San Angelo is jrrowinff with a rapidity that is astonishing. Brownwood on account of her location and surrounding soil is in a position to off er inducements that cannot be duplicated. She will become a railroad center and a jobbing center if the proper work is done by the citi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 25 April 1907

A Well Dressed Always Attracts AtfSntiorv Man i 7 The best 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. ion that the Constituted author-Brovvnwcbd Mercantile Co. e j.1 'i i j t u VtaUey-CHtjynian Hardware Co. fret of the Cumberland Presby-1 Rrtinud. fprinn nhnreh were without the Kr-'. J P. Pa veil FdG. Hull fiuder B. & S Co. et & Calvert Frank Maroa L. N. Mai quart Kconey Mercantile Co. Scwally Bros. W. T. Erwm 1. E. Allbijght patigenberg & Co. N. W. Grocms H. Daniels & Co. M W Graves J. J. Prentice inherent or constitutional power to perfect a union which would terminate the existence of the Cumberland Presbyterian church and become operative to surren- der its name standards of faith and constitution and transfer its members jud...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 25 April 1907

i 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. We suggest that everybody keep a bank account and deposit all their receipts of every kind in the bank and pay all bills with checks. This will give you a receipt for every bill paid or article bought arid will place you in position to check up and examine your expenditures as your accounts will be written up and cancelled checks returned to you. By doing this you will run no risk of losing your money or being robbed. The newspapers tell us most every day where some one has lost his earnings by keeping money on his person secreting it in the house or in the ground. Murder has been committed by thieves on account of it becoming reported that certain per- sons kept money about their premises. We suggest that those who have money place it in a good safe bank and do business as the business and profes...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 25 April 1907

SEA SUPERSTITIONS. rfgns and Tokens That Sway the Men Who Work Aboard Ship. There is a general idea that the jailor labors under j4ore than the ine pet superstitionopular tradi- tion assigns toach irliividual. Mr. B. J. KelJ altiitugTi he de- clares that "tars' are no more su- perstitious than any of their equals ih training and opportunities cites iff The Ship's Compan'" many of the signs and tokens in which those "who go down to the sea in ships" put their faith. In the past superstition was a part of every ship. It entered into its keel climbed to its flags ran at its launching controlled its crew and cargo evoked portents and gov- erned its ventures and arrivals. A bit of stolen wood was alwavs mortised into the keel to make a ship sail fast. A silver coin was placed in the mainmast step to in- jure lucky ventures. The modem christening b the wine bottle arose from the ancient libations poured on the deck by priests. On a sailing ship lawyers women and the clergy are looked upon...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 25 April 1907

READY-TO-WEAR DRESSES FOR CHILDREN. We have received and are showing a splendid line of ready to wear dresses for the little girls. They are as dainty and sweet as any seamstress can devise; they are substantially made in the latest styles of the popular materials and they are sold at prices that make it a post- tive saving to buy them instead of having them made by local dressmakers. We are showing quite a variety of these children s dresses tor all ages and will take pleasure in showing you the stock. We . are. confident our. selection will please you. . Rogers . Phone 432 for correct Plumb- ing. FREE PASS at Opera House tonight. Misses Marie Kirkpatrick and Carrie Pickens who are attend- ing Daniel Baker college have been visiting homefolks at Mullen. Fresh Cakes and Bread every day at the Brownwood Bakery. Mrs. W. F. Lewis of Santa Anna returned to her home this morningafter a very pleasant visit to the family of Frank H. Cordell. j lawn Hoae. Every foot guar- anteed d. 166. Wea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 26 April 1907

-1 Phone 164 Buy Your Milk Front Brawn wood PURE FOOD Dairy DAILY BULLETIN. Phone Orm PUBLIC STORAGE WAREHOUSE jfeB. Henley & Co. SEC V R-IT Y ;RAND JAVA a.udMOCHA CpFFEF IMPORTERS COFFEECO.. New Orleans CHAS dlDDjXS. Kxclnaive Local AgtBt VOL. 7. BROWNWOOD. TEXAS. FRIDAY APRIL 26 1907. NO. 165 Ready for Business. The Crystal Ice and Bottling company is now ready to deliver ice and solicit a share of your patronage. Try a loaf of Fresh Rye Bread at the Brownwood Bakery. We want to eelJ you your Lub- ricating Oil. We are agents for the only independent Oil Co. in Texa9 and are prepared to make you low prices on first olasB oil. See us for at.y qu ality. d. 166. Weakley -Clingman Hdw. Co. HOTEL WAS BURNED Property was Owned by Son-in-law os J. C. Allcorn. mmu jtftttMIKBiHHHItfk HUMMMHk 43dBflHHIIIHBB iHB k B vKHBHHHP U fnEHMBBB SHHRHHEB? dHMMEHPHi jIBHBBIBV V b 1XXMIXXXIM XMMXHIXXX SIMM Si MWM X m m m m m m M Ifs About lime You were placing an order for that summer hat the spring ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 26 April 1907

r . . t ft . TKe Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors. Entered at the Brownwood Postoffice as Second Class Mail Matter. Subscription Per Month 50c e WILL H. MAYES Managing Editor. H. F. MAYES Business Manager. C. A. TUN NELL. City Editor. E. C. SEITZ Daily Circulator. E. E. KIRKPATRICK Associate Editor. ! W. R. DULA. Foreman Mech. Dept. TO OUR VISITORS. l The visiting representatives of tne colleges ana me neiguuui - ing Odd Fellows' who are here today are both heartily welcomed to Brownwood. No doubt every one of you has been made to feel -welcome since you have been here. If you have not you have run across some strange people in Brownwood for if there is any- thing this town is long on it is hospitality and cordiality. Most any resident of Brownwood any old resident will quit his busi- ness and spend a day to accommodate a stranger. And if he doesn't tell that stranger something of the attractions of the place he isn't recognized as a good citizen. Brownwood people b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 26 April 1907

IS MARRIFfli i MARSHAL IS MURDERED THE KENTUCKY WAY. And Writes an Interesting Ac- count of the Ceremony. WON'T LIE ABOUT HIMSELF Say That He has Written so Many Lies About Other People When They Marry he Draws the Line Now. The ..Senior Editor of the Rich- land Springs Eye Witness was married last Friday and he writes of the event as follows: At the home of Rev. M. L. Dickey Friday evening at b:30 o'clock J. "W. Munsel Senior Editor of The Eye-Witness and Miss Heba Ransom were quietly married Rev. M. L. Dickey It was a quiet affair. Neither A. 1 Al 1 " 1 a 1 brothers Mr. and Mrs. Walter Smith were present. J J! 11 1 nfcil it ift hn.rr.1v nnsihlp. fnr us i i n i i e utse ud me num to ciiromcie wedding but life is too dear to s tn tall fchA unvarnished truth such matters. We have always had a longing our neart to give iust one but feared the consequences. The bride was dressed in some kind of fluffy stuff. We don't know whether she looked beauti ful or not. We were watching the preac...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 26 April 1907

LLEGE PAGE .l i i I 4k r. ' 9. H0 . . 'J- I. I RPtcHH I I Daniel Baker College For Boys and Girjs Brownwood Texas. Well developed courses of study. Constantly Im- proving in equipment and efficiency. High standard- Thorough work. Preparatory department for those not prepared for college -work. I Music Oratory Art. Catalogue Nearly Ready. Big College Field Meet i . Gala Day at Gun Club Park Today and Thousands of Colors. Flying. OF ATHLETIC ABILITY The Western Colleges Have a Bunch of Husky Youths Who Bid Fair to Make Older Associations Look to Their Laurels in the Intercollegiate Meets. The day for the first big Field young athletes trotted out upon ARRAY JED. CHANOJUEK Pres. Brownwood - Texas. B MHBMBJMBM t . P " II. VJ fJ i Meet of the West Texas College League dawned clear and crisp this morning and a generous shower had put the ground in such excellent shape that con- ditions for the track events were ideal. The Record Special brought hundreds of college boys and girls and frien...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 26 April 1907

J Fellows if I Odd- page A IV m ft ft ft ft ft ft a nT - Oo To "fclThe Odd Fellows Picnic The Old Reliable Carnage Shop For all kinds of Blacksmithing and Wood Work. We also build to order Delivery Wagons and do Rubber Tiring. Horse shoeing aspecialty OUR MOTTO: U first class work and prompt service. L. RI. Marquart 305 East Broadway. When You want STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES At Reasonable Prices see J. E. Allbright " hone 150. Prompt Delivery. ;Sext to Shropshire Drug Co. rftftftftftftftftftftftftftftft MMMMIHill sew 6 v-V V ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft M ft ft 19 Pecan Valley Lodge I. CX O. F. No. 236 -Fittingly Celebrates 88th Anniversary. GRAND PICNIC T DINNER ftftftftftftftftftftftftftft ftftftftftftftftftftft Sftrooke Smith & I UNINCORPORATED bankers CAPITA Lr STOCK . 5250000.00 tirownwoodj Uexas HOUSE OF BARGAINS. Hardware Stoves And Furniture. 2 We are preparing to enlarge our Furniture Depart- ment. Have rented the upstairs over Speck's shoe store for storage. Two...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 26 April 1907

THE ODD FELLOWS PICNIC. (Continued from Page 5.) esting their friends and neigh- bors. The first candidate to be initiated was Pat Ford who has 'been one of the most faithful workers the order has known. The night has never been too dark for Pat Ford to answer the distress call. - The Pecan Valley lodge has an honor roll of twenty-five year members and some are pretty well advanced on the fifty year membership roll which they hope to reach. The members to whom medals have been issued " for twenty-five year membership are Pat Ford Bird Smith vV. C. Harryman Albert SteffensWm. Pate and Louis Marquart. In addition to these Brooke Smith C. H. Jenkins and I. B. Smith are entitled to badges. The path of the Brownwood lodge has not been strewn alto- gether with roses. Twice their home has been destroyed by fire. The first property owned by the lodge was the second story of. the old Weakley building on East Broadway between Marquart's shop and Ray's second hand store. On the first floorjwas...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 26 April 1907

Practical Suggestions 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 J H. T. WILLIAMS. We suggest that everybody keep a bank account and deposit all their receipts of every kind in the bank and pay all bills with checkj This will give you a receipt for every bill paid or article bought and will place you in position to check up and examine your expenWures as your accounts will be written up and cancelled checks returned to you. By doing this you will run no risk of losing your money or being robbed. The newspapers tell us most every day where some one has lost his earnings by keeping money on his person secreting it in the house or in the ground. Murder has been committed by thieves on account of it becoming reported that certain per- sons kept money about their premises. We suggest that those who have money place it in a good safe bank and do business as the...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 26 April 1907

fv. r A HEARTY WELCOME TO ALL t J it Rogers Dry Goods Company the manager bookkeeper and all the clerks take this method of extending the hand of welcome to all visitors to Brownwood today. We are glad to see you and we hope that your stay in our city may be one filled with pleasure. We trust that you may not have a dull minute all the time you are here. We also take this opportunity of extending you an invitation to visit our store. We want you to see what a complete stock of Dry Goods Clothing DresS Goods and Shoes we have. We would also be pleased to quote you prices on anything you may see that pleases your fancy. You may rest assured that the price will be very reasonable as we make it a point to put the lowest prices on every item in the house. We sell the celebrated Kuppenheimer Clothing and everybody knows that better clothing cannot be bought for the same amount of money. We sell the Edwin Clapp and W. L. Douglas Shoes and they are leaders in their class. Come in and look o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 27 April 1907

Bu Your Milk From Brown wood PURE FOOD Dairy DAILY BULLETIN Phone 164 PUBLm STORAGE WiWpHOUSE E. BiJLnley & Co. Drink SECURITY BRAND JAVA and MOCHA COFFEE Packed by ' IMPORTERS COFFEE CO.. New Orleans CHAS G1DDENS. Exclusive Local Agent 4 VOL.7. BROWN WOOD. TEXAS. SATURDAY. APRIL 27 1907. NO. 166 Phone -.-or. d j r d..: TheCrystaJ Ice and Bottlinj "We want to eell yruOttr Lub- ricating: Oil. We are--'agents. -for the only 'ir-deperdent Oil Go.' in Texas and are prepared to make vcu low prices on fir?t class oil. 'JTrjftfloaf of Fresh R e Bread ; see us for a&v quality d 166. at the Brownwood Bakery. j Weakley-Clmman Hdw. Co. company is now ready to deliver ice and solicit a share of your patronage. X M It's. About Time m m m u m M m You were placing an order for that summer hat the spring rush is oyer 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 liking....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 27 April 1907

i The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors. Entered at the Brownwood 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. FRONT PAGE ADVERTISING. Dear Bulletin: . A My friendis it not time to call a hault and cast about thee for soundings lest Lucre get thee for keeps? Thy wth by no means unmerited has been phenomenal. Thou hast held tne reins well and applied the lash with consideration. Thou hast kept pace with the onward march and done well thy part. Look- ing backward we see thee but a few years gone by yet a weak- lingnow thou art a stalwart youth. Thy manly form is good to look upon; yea we are proud of thee; hut there comes a time when it is proper to exchange childish manners for polished man- hood. Thy face is not clean! Horrors! Say good friend clean up t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 27 April 1907

SHE RIVALS MRS. SAGE. "Silent" Smith'. fidow One of World's Ric Women. By the degroofiher hjusband in Kiote Japan.JSIrs. James Henry Smith his bride of six months if she inherits all of his estate becomes one of the richest widows in the world. Mrs. Hetty Green and Mrs. Russell Sage are about the only two who -have greater wealth. Mrs. James Henry Smith has one of the most valuable collec- tions of diamonds owned by any woman in the world. Her wed- ding gifts from her husband were a superb necklace and a corsage decoration the stones in which cost Mr. Smith $500000. When she returns to America she will have to pay $300000 duty if she brings her jewels with her. In the collection is a dog collar several strands deep from which depends a drapery of strings of diamonds. More than a dozen of these strands fall loosely over the shoulders to the edge of the corsage. In this combination of dog collar and necklaces are 1 2000 diamonds of one carat J-each their total value being Ul $250000. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 27 April 1907

TRIBUTE TO JACKSON. Man Who Failed but Had Nerve and Honety to Overcome It We note that Felix Jackson" has been chosen to take the 'management of the Houston and Brazos Valley Railway company and other properties in South Texas recently purchased by a syndicate composed of some of Texas' strongest financiers; and there is no question in this sec- tion of the soundness of their judgment. The people of Cal- houn county having watched the courageous fight that Felix Jack- son has made to regain his lost prestige hare never doubted for a moment that his failure at Port Lavaca was simply a coincidence and that nis exceptional busi- ness qualities coupled with his moral courage dogged determi- nation and rugged honesty would soon replace him in a higher po- sition than he had occupied heretofore. "We have long heard the old saying "His word is as good scs his bond." Calhoun county as a whole feels that this can aptly be applied to Felix Jackson; he made an assignment here seven years ago ...

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