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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 10 October 1895

RANDOM THOUGHTS. We do not know much about life except from experience. We ' understand all the well-known rules but always think in our special ' case these well-known principles : will be reversed. Young men lis- ten to the good counsel of older ones and then turn about and do the very thing they are warned not . to do. There may be exceptional cases in Avhich the observations of more experienced people prove of little worth; but they are indeed rare. I remember that when a boy at school I was- told to get the best of my opportunities or I would live to regrot it. I thought then that it mattered little about heed- ing this but I have learned better how. If I could live over the past I would live differently and so would nearly every person tou meet. : The young man who is "sow ing his wild oats" is told that he will reap the harvest but he thinks that in some - mysterious way his reaping will be averted. There is no truer statement in the Bible than "Whatsoever a man soweth that s...

Publication Title: Brownwood Bulletin
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 10 October 1895

J. R. Staple : and : Fancy : My stock is full and complete In quality ol goods ' Among the Railroad Boys. """"-Mr. George Worley of the Santa -J?e is home from a visit to Pales- tine and has returned to work. The Santa Fe put on their yard crew here Saturday. Mr. John Downs is yard master. Engineer Geo. Corbiiij of the G. C. & S. Fe railway has been taking a layoff and spending a few days at home. Mr. S. Lawrence of Temple was a visitor this week. Mr. Lawrence is an ex-Santa Fe pas- senger conductor who formerly ran j out of Temple and. has many; rc;j"u i i 3 A I xiiciiua xicic nuu eieyiuu iu see him. Mrs. Margaret Donley is visiting friends in Temple and will be gone several weeks. ''Grandma" wlllj be missed by all the little folks j among whom she is a favorite j ! Jesse Cassiday is spending a few davs at home with the old folks. ' while his engine is being rebuilt' in the Temple shops. Mrs. TT. R. Pinkens. who hns-' "- -T ! been visiting relatives in Ballmger returned home Sa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 10 October 1895

r i BROWNWOOD BULLETIN. ( J. W. McFARL ' "j DENTIST ' ( Offico over 1st Kat. Bank McFARL AND . Brownwood. J Winfield Scott was in Brown iwood last week. G. W. Mahoney of Santa Anna was in Brownwood last! Saturday i Mr. J. C. Cobb of Zephyr is iiuite sick this week with slow fever. ! Mr. L. P. Baugh is making ar -rangements to put 500 acres in wheat. : S. D. McCrcary returned Satur day from a. week's business trip to . Fort Worth. Mr. E. I. Drihkard' of May was in the city Monday looking for a new location. He expects to locate in' this county. - At the Presbytery meeting in Comanche on the 2nd active steps were taken to relieve their college in this city from its present in debtedness which amounts to 815000. Rev. A. E. Carraway of Co- manche who has been serving faithfully in the Methodist revival here received a messa'go Sunday morning announcing the advent of an heir at his home in Comanche. Mrs. J. C. Roseborough is visit ing relatives this week in Virginia leaving Brownwood las...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 17 October 1895

SEE J NO. T. CREECH'S ADVERTISEMENT ON LAST PAGE. VOL. X. ; BROWNYOOD TEXAS THURSDAY OCTOBER 17 1895. no 5j J Think Decide Wisely m & & si Ac r3& We possess the. faculty arid inclination to give you real bargains and we will clo it. Nothing Missing. ; . We show the latest novelties in great profusion. We bverything the Best. it a point to have every article in stock the best of its kind; The An Immense Asortment. j dollar you spend with us goes further lasts longer and gets more quality more style and does more good' in service worth and wear than any money you spnd. t Promptly S make .o. We have the best line of Ladies Capes Mackintoshes and Wraps for men and ! seen in any store iu this part of the country. for fit and style they cant be "excelled. Iwomen to be v Our mackintoshes are sold under a guarantee and To Tlie That these goods can now be bought at prices never before -heard of. They are placid at 1 -J . i . ...... . ' . I the disposal of wide awake and discrimin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 17 October 1895

HTf. M X. RANKIN M Brownwood Texas. A and Real-.Estate and General gent.. OFFICE ESTABLISHED IN 1S69. Exchange Bureau for all Kinds of Property Personal or Real. Depositions taken deeds and all legal conveyances written acknowledgements taken. AXD ABSTRACTOR OF LAND TITLES. Live stock and ranches farm ranch and mineral lands int mmrrrctn'rt";. Lnnds o.rtttioned or divided 111 X VN W .uw 4 owners. Reports made on lands. Intelligence and Employment Office. Will secure the services of farm and railroad hands and domcs- iz' rw- r. for thft unemnloved. Lands rendered for 'taxes redeemed from pr purchased at tax sale. Sheriff s and trus tees' sales attended and instructions obeyed. Full descriptive list of lands-and properties lor sale or exenange 1S2. For Bale. Brownwood residence 7 room cottage near Howard Payne col- ege" G0x200 feet sheds and stables will sell remarkably cheap some cash balance long time Call early and get a bargain. S. 13. For exchange Brownwood resi- dence for good f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 17 October 1895

i yw d. n. .4- i- t f. ft TJiis song you have Jieard long before Th.-it Dry Goods are lower and lower: Of the Big Bargain Store ' It is tojri o'er and o'er ' By the. people whojbuy from them more. iThif tale you lnivp read when a cliildt . '.. "; And it makes you grow weary and smile:' "Our Goods Below Cost" " And thus they have lost. . Their mouey by piles and by piles. ; But brother you know how it works. ry nis aim by spells ana by jerks. The Big Bargain Store - Is selling cheap sure And they will not rob you like Turks'. po see tnem ana tell them your wants . ' At" the store where Will Savage most haunts. . Take with you your wife For there is no strife At the Big Bargain Store with two fronts; ; For there they have all that you need . ' : : In Dry Goods and such-like not feed j o there and price free - ( From the boys and Miss Dee; . JFor the Big Bargain Store takes the lead; Their goods are all fresh up to date' . - 7just bought and still coming by freight : They will say to y...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 17 October 1895

Ramey Smith H 1 at u Acluiitedly tlie Leaders in Fine Dress Goods and Trim- mings are showing the prettiest and best selected line this season that has ever been shown in this place. All the latest novelties in Silks and fine Woolens and their Prices will astonish you. Call in and Brownwood Bulletin Entered at the postoflice au Brown- matter. woojl Tex. as second-class mai Published Eveky TuuRSDAjY by WILL H. .HAYES. - Editor arid Frop'r SEBVEY MAYES. Ass'j." Edi qr. IKaiIALL - As3t-Business iianaRqr Miss Mollie Smith is 4 erking in the dres- goods departing nt of Uaihev Smith fc Co essrs Joe and Kd Qlilliam and Walter Scott have each pur- rnnseu a new wneei anu nenuti nru i I i . I -i .1 1 L - enjqying new life. ill H. Mayes editor Builr.ETix is traveling Of the t l rough the State in the i - interest of the Tp-;is Entertainment bureau We are anxious that our sub scriyers get square on our oook-s thisjmonth. We need therioney. Wo feel sure that you " will pay when reminded but don'...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 17 October 1895

HERE WE ARE! OUR TORE. 1 6 m mm i t . SUPPLY lip llf DRY GOODS Clothing Hats and Shoes mm A f V HARDWARE mm Machinery Saddlery A 345000 stock of new dry goods etc. finest line of dress goods ever offered here. &b.WING MACHINES We are agents for the Hancock RotlW xi&u xiow ana uassaaay Sulky; !855! Hurlbut Hardware Co MP . UMli Illlllllllil lllllliailll'illiill iiiiifrriiiiiiiiiwMiiiimiiiili Jewelers; and Opticians Are prepared for the fall tr&de. See their Watches Clocks 1-. arpa ueAelry.; FINE REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. -Mail orders given prompt attention.. I am the flan Dr. Harpham is out of the city this week on professional business making his first stop at Coman'che ednesdav Miss Georgiana Wolselev: who is a teacher in the Public Schools at Coleman spent Sunday in our city with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson who have i - been in our city looking after the estate of their (laughter Mrs. Sharp deceased returned home last week. j Mr. J. 13. Eubanks and Miss M. B. Brooke...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 17 October 1895

RANDOM THOUGHTS The man "who hasn't time to read.&he paper" is almost sure to oe tbe man who bites at every fraudulent bait thrown in his sight. If .you will take "the suckers5' whom the confidence men always work in the towns and the cities they in nearly every case come irom "Way back" where there is no need to waste time on news- papers. A man once told me that he didn't think it right to waste his time "a readin' all the non- sense in them thar town papers" and it wasn't ten days until he lost ten dollars just because he didn't keep up with the local news. Every once in awhile a man is found who thinks he can do with- out his county paper but in cases those who do this do put nearly-ever' thing else. a pretty safe rule to lay down subject to or5c exceptions of 99Hrse; tja man vojjQ hasn't sense enough to appreciate tile ad vantages of a newspaper . hasn't enough sense to make himself rea-J sonable comfortable in this world. In common parlance "he doesn't know enough to ' com...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 17 October 1895

J. R. CALDWELL pn Staple : and : Fancy : t. 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. The Ladles: CecIIIan Quartett. Our city will soon be favored by a visit from the Ladies Cecil- lia.! Quartette of the United States. It is a rare privilege that will thus be afforded our citizens as these people have heretofore only Sung in the larger towns and cities of the Eastern states this -being their first Western trip. This Quartette has appeared in nearly all the leading star courses- of the East and was the only Ladies Quartette especially engaged to sing in the Womens Building at the "Worlds Fair. Those who heard them there will never forget their beautiful voices. The Quar- tette not only renders vocal music but it is one of the best instrumen tal music Quartettes in the country. They render a novel and pleasing ! program an...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 17 October 1895

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN. J. W. McFARLAND DENTIST. Office over 1st Nat. Bank. Brbwmrood. j in town Mon- jj. ordered There was a ball day night. 1 G. W. Hall it Son hap two new Scorchers. j The standpipe is being!' painted with' advertisements. : ;The Daniel Baker people are hard at work on their lecture i course. iSome twenty-odd students are V "5TOTJ SEEN XT. reuorted in the Coccm. addition c ' - high school short-hand class. IN. M. Cole of the firmj of Cole Bros." of -Goldthwaite was here Tuesdav on business. A man a mummy and an organ were the attractions forthe people Tuesday. The man was selling belts of course. ! Mrs. S. A. Smith is outl of the city this week visiting her son in Colorado City. She expects to be gone several weeks. Two little girls in Comanche possess the faculty of telling where anything is that is lost andjcan- do many other things equally as won- derful. The faculty is natural with the sisters. The show last Thursday (attract- ed people to town who had. not been h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 24 October 1895

SEE JNO. T. CREECH'S ADVERTISEMENT ON LAST PAGE. ! mmk I He I PiiHf Wl If If 4 VpL. X. BROWSTWOOD TEXAS. THURSDAY OCTOBER. 24 1895.- " W VA . "VAv" W VA Av W w v vAv vAnt vvAv' vAv' vAv vav VASr iVrTi YC --w -r- vr -vv- v" vr yr x a r wS X i ' yy -o. -o-. o. ov ..o. .o. -r cvn rawr run rixjrt r: VA W A5 "VA vAv H 3 ; . . p ? f - j - 3?U No. S43J. Men's line extension edge liantl sewed square toe fine -fitter good for hard service. . - . $5.00 " - M . . """ vm I - j. jt --- -w- -wr No S436. Men's hand welt fine 8438' Men's fine congress calf "Regents" last C wide' me- hand sewed light quality extra dium low heel. good goods fine finish D and E width. Extra quaiity $5.00 $4.00 to $5.00 No. S'ioT. Men's hand sewed.- i - needle- tee different style) tips ele gantly finished. Good goods. $5.00 No. 2442. Women's fine vici kid lace hand turned fine quali- ty stock D wide. Worth more money than our price No. 50. Women's fine dongola button best wearing goods on the market for the money. Thr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 24 October 1895

JOHN Y. RANKIN SR. Brownwood Texas. Rea OFFICE ESTABLISHED IN 1869. Exchange Bureau for all Kinds of Property Personal or Real. Deoositions taken deeds and ac knowledgements taken. . AND ABSTRACTOR OF LAND 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 oh lands. 4 Intelligence and I Will secure the services of farm and railroad hands and domes- tic! for families or places for the unemployed. Lands rendered for tax'es 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 isale.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 Si 5 per acre which with irrigation will be worth 04O to $75 per acre. All properties placed in my hands for rent sale or excha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 24 October 1895

I :3 r 1 1 1 1.4 This song you have heard long before. ! ' That Dry Goods are lower and lower; ; Of the Big Bargain Store . ; v jit 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; j; "Our Goods Below Cost" Aiid thus they have lost . Their money by piles and by piles. But brother you know how it works - : . By fits and by spells and by jerks. . The Big Bargain Store Is selling cheap sure; 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 . . For there is jio strife At the Big Bargain Store with two fronts. For there they have all that you need ' In Dry Goods arid such-like not leed. Go there and price free. ."" " From the boys and Miss Dee; . For the Big Bargain Store takes the. lead. Their goods are all fresh up to date . Just bought and still coming by freight The' will say to you you'...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 24 October 1895

Smith & Co. 4 Z7 y Aduiftediy the Leaders in Fine Dress Goods and Trim- e snomug tne preuiesi aim wesi selected line tins season that lias ever been shown in this place. All the latest novelties las Silks and fine Woolens and their Prices will astonish yow - - In OXJ0ria:i3lTa-E?'Cri33r3;Sia:ia5Ta-S and SHOB3.Sh.eir Stock is complete in every detail and entirely new. in and see their Hen's all Wool Suits for : Jit They also carry a large and varied stock of Caroets. Mattings and $5.00 and upward. ...-.' ':!-; Rugs and can save you money in this line. Sill Yours For Trade Huniiii.r.ii; g;uh h imi.hiu i .u.uiw w..iiu iut..ivmi:m.uiw u.ir.mu i.i;;i.iw r.iu;wu iuuiihw luiiuun iirh'.nm id RAHEY SMITH & CO. llilll I Brownwood Bulletin- r Entered at the postoffice at Brown- wojbd Tex. as second-class mail matter; I PUULISHKI) EVEKY Tnim8l AY. BV WILL H. MAYES - Editor and Frop'r HESVEY MAYES. L Ass't. EdLpr. S. IRft. HALL -i - Asst Business Brownwood. Brownwood deserves! doubt has....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 24 October 1895

i-i ' r 1 3 Hi 4 - t'. Lflt 44 ii': ; s-. '-i ten- mi 1 '4. it k Aillii V ' I: .A -. '1 'i I Obituary ? s gne :indnes.: btlitUe motbT-r hi his loving on :fo)tpMi)er. 15 lSlK Called- from her sj Brounwood rings our dear iriend and Xml u spuul r""voi' that's still.' stamps to those -whojwilf adt . as.' . ".Mr. Xnmlie :Vam friends wlw. U.w her and our corresnondents inaht-ffr fespeat- 1 w ... i ... ! i- . 1 n f liers. .. .) :uid K. II. ive neier.mrlm..ls - neig '"wife mil J. Ii Vaughn fonuely of. An count v. .he died in the - 1 suritnee of "It. boine- qu In her ease wie miight .w'ej'1 Death wltejei- itty ?tinV ve wliere is th vietor.yj? ; L trulv she ennui ?ia': Qvei a3K rivor I :ti yointi 1 1 - I ! v HiwW;u!iere the p. arty jrafe -tand; vercoWl i.ylilmv4 lo )Wti in a fair ?unn1 land. Jly r1tihorl.aSliiHtmeAnav.sior - ; M'-lJiireeiiri than silver or -.1.1 . .1 1 . . . V . .j.-l j . 1. . r " i fs uiir uiu river 1 ain "'ointi. Jlv StU4i()ur is there t---ri6eiveiiie i . v..1 f- ! ..iri.:....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 24 October 1895

HERE WE ARE! 'I OUR SUPPLY IS WM DRY GOODS Clothing Hats and pi 9 1 Shoes. A HARBWARE Mar.hiiifirv ASA vli JLJLiL AAA J SEwaie MACHINES. 8p A 45000 stock of new dry goods etc. finest line of dress goods ever offered here. Hurlbut Hardware g We are agents for the Hancock Rotary Disc Plow and Cassaday Sulky. '1P - - - - - -T - - . ' - . A . . - . . . . . Jewelers and Opticians fire piepared for the fall trade. See their Watches Clocks FINh REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. Mnil orders given prompt attention i Ccdlian Quartette next Weflnes- The Concho Valley Fair is at- day. night trading much attention. ThsLksnredue to II. MetcaW oflood will have a good delegation Byrda Store for $5.50-on subs enp tionsl J. j. Lawther of DaRas '.spnds a' in his llollar and stand aheadon our books. Th kaniraroo eourt tcrowd J there. vear of The best thing of the season will be the Quartette vocal and in strumental at Uernayvs opera 'house next Wednesday night. Cotton fell off a cent or more the ercnders was out ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 24 October 1895

RANDOM THOUGHTS. It was in a railroad station a a few days since that my attention was attracted to a man evidently from the country whp)held onhis knee? two little babes. about a half year old as much alike as it was possible for two children to be. They had a neglected appearance and the man in charge of them did not look like he possessed much of this world's goods. The children fretted and the man did his best to quiet them but his efforts didn't seem tq do much good. The crowd in the station room anxious for something to do to pass away the time laughed at the poor man as he vainly tried to quiet the children by trotting them on his knees or walking them up and down the room apparently ut- terly oblivious to all the attention he was attracting. Finally a motherly looking woman stepped up to him and proffered to take one of the children and quiet it which she soon did and tears came into the man's eyes when he saw the little child asleep. It was then thathe laughing crowd be- ca...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 24 October 1895

J. R. Staple : and : Fancy 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 ; 3 " ;n i o j ;i . WIso Words. What man has done woman thinks she can do. A pretty woman is the prettiest thing on earth. The more a bachelor thinks of matrimony the less of it he does. A pair of soft brown eyes in a man's heart makes him blind all over. A wife may easily love herself enough to make her husband un- happy. Love is the great inexplicable and marriage sometimes make1 it more so. Strong action can issue onlyf irom strong iaiin. uniy out ot certainty comes power. When a man is no longer able to do harm he becomes ' posessed of an ambition to do good. You will not learn anything if you are not curious and people will not like you if you are. It is harder work holding back when one starts going down ; Ihe hill than it is to get up when one j starts going up. Women are safer in...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 24 October 1895

BROWNWOOD BULLETIN. J. W.McFARLAND DENTIST Office over 1st Nat. Bank Brownwood. 1 S.. D. McCreary came into town Monday evening from Stejphenville.. Miss Marr Grinnan came down from Coleman last week! and was ' the guest of Mrs. Ada Muse. Miss' Garner a sister of Mr. Byrd Garner is visiting) him this week. Her home is in Kentucky.. I Judge 0. R. Sholars w'as in" Or- ange Texas gossiping with old friends and incidentally attending 5 . i court. r Miss Mott of Kentucky is vis- iting in Brownwood thisj. week as the suest of Mr. and Mrs. A. S. McChesncy. ; - Miss Mattie Remington a sfster of the Remington brothers here arrived in Brownwood last week and is now the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Remington. : Mrs. Jordan of Lampasas came through Brownwood on Monday night's train on her way out west. She was met at the train by a few Brownwood friends. I Thursday the streets wore crowd- oil with an immense throng of T people all eager and anxioub to see the show. They did not for-. get to t...

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