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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 27 April 1907

1 ou We Ingest that everybody keep a bank account and deposit all their receipts of every kind in the bank 2nd pay all bills with - checks. 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 expenditures as your accounts will be written up and cancelled checks returned to jou. By doing this you will run no risk of losing your M 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 itMn 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 professional man. This bank is well prepared to demonstrate to you that it is a safe place in which to deposit your finds and ask that you call and let us show you what we can do for you. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 27 April 1907

The Daily Bulletin - MAYES PRINTING CO.. Props. Entered at the Brownwood Postoffice as Second-Class Mail Matter. .wili. TL. Mayes Managing Editor H. F. MaveS Business Manager. C-A. Tonneix City Editor. . . E. E. KlRKPATBICK Asso. Ed. W. R. Dula Foreman Mech. Dept. E. C. Seitz Daily Circulator. Subscription per Month 50c Saturday April 27 1907 J I General News. I Hailstorm at San Marcos ruin- ed young crops. A. revolutionary plot has been discovered in Salvador. Serious riots are in progress at.Costries island of St. Lucia. The senatorial deadlock is still on in Wisconsin! A new preservative for meats has been discovered. It is said to defeat the pure food law. President Roosevelt left Wash- ington for Jameston on the May- flower. A three-inch rainfall made the streets of New Orleans impass- able. One hundred summer homes at Miller Falls Miss. were de stroyed by fire. F. M. Leake a merchant was. found dead in his home at Bay City. The case of B. C. Smith for the killing of Cass well ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 27 April 1907

Methodist Revival lly Close Sm mi serins RViSE LAST ill Probab Night. T Sixteen Conversions and Fifteen Addi- tions to the Church Subject of Ser- mon "Yc Must Be Born Again." The Methodist church was crowded again last night and the meeting was one of the greatest held yet. There were sixteen conversions fifteen joined the different churches and a large number requested prayer. Dr. Mcintosh preached an earnest sermon from the familiar text: "Ye must be born again." These words were not spoken to j Mary Magadalene though she! needed a change of heart. They were not spoken to the woman at the well though they applied to her also. But Jesus took a clean man a moralist a Phar isee a man who was doing his best to get right with God by works of righteousness and said to him: "Your works amount to nothing; you must be born agtio "Another" in the Greek born from above. Sinner you cannot make yourself pure. You must 'be born again. Nico- demus could not understand it and Christ did not try t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 27 April 1907

. r I A HEARTY WELCOME TO ALL ? Rogers Dry Goods Company the manager bookkeeper and all the clerks take this method of extending the hand of welcome to all visitors to Brown wood today. We are glad -to see you and we 1 Jt j. J- ; -x . i .! 1 1 i i tir a. j a. u . j I - Dr. R. L. Farris' Osteopathic -... Physician over Armstrong Jew elry Co. Phone 568 d&wtf Dr. and Miss McKnight went - to Brownwood Wednesday and returned the following day. Mercury Mascot. Fresh Cakes and Bread every day at the Brownwood Bakery. Miss Julia Smith of Coleman ? is in the city today the guest of Dr. and Mrs. Tottenham. Lawn Hose. Every foot guar- anteed. d. 166. . Weakley-Clingman Hdw. Co. Miss Olivia Ledbetter of Cole- man is in the city the guest of -Mrs. Grinnan. Ice Cream. Freezers all sizes at Looney's Hardware. . dl66 Miss Neola Novian came down from Brownwood to remain with her mother who is quite sick till Sunday or later if her moth- er's condition should demand it. Mercury Mascot . Screen Du...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 1 May 1907

Phone 164 Phone Buy Your Milk From Brownwood PURE FOOD Dairy DAILY BULLETIN. X PUBLIC STORAGE WAREHOUSE E. B. Henley & Co. Drink SECURITY BRAND JAVA andMOCHA COFFER Packed by IMPOR.TERS COFFEE CO. Now Orleans CHAS. GIDDEMi. Kxclnaive Local Agant p Jv Phono 2. VOCi NO. 169 8ROWNWOOD. TEXAS WEDNESDAY MAY 1 1907. ta J. F an . . Were rilled of Coma! suir in is in tooaj from dav Irf1 at -kn Mays uue. uonifs- w t naa dry were filled and a sea on .p-.u uuc yioaiia taut wh Keep growing n tho Pallo- f ADA. i : c kw ui V' it i JlLx 1 lN NIGHTS at THE Ma- ;c tomehr City Reservoir Full The rain has replenished the city wa'?r supply and although it did not flow over the dam che immense lake was filled and there is now an abundance of water for all purposes. The water has already risen more General Manager Her. Vioe President and General Manager W. B Drake of the Frisco accompanied by Chief Surgeon 0. W. Cale was 'u Brown wood this morn ng on fheir way to Brady. They will return to Brownwood ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 1 May 1907

Th e Dal V Kill. uifeti MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Procnetors. . Entered at the Browmvood Postofiice as Second Clasl Mail Matter Subscription Per Month. .50c WILL H. MAYES Managing Editor ff. F. .MAYES Business Manager. C. A. TUNXELL. City Editor . C: SEITZ. Daily Circulator F. E. KIRKPATRICK Associate Editor . li. DLLA. Foreman Mech. Dept. V iBBBBmsBBK. f The American settlements were almost wholly between the Apa THE- RAILROADS AND LEGISLATION rnatorSenter makes the charge that the railroad lobby at xviU6 iioianvxi. xiidt it not oniy concerns itself ectiy attectmg the railroads but that it has in- defeating the nine juror verdict law in order continue to delay court proceedings. The ipve never acted fairly towards claimants ims nnd this nnfaiVnopc. 1 j ii i uiiiMuusoo xiao uau in urn to t "-vwwi cue nua often returned against thpm itti Macnain mountains and the At. . uumo Mx" . IS nn tnoir nn fotwo 4.t.: lantlC COastann Pfiilarlolnl-iio or. w.. n.uuii emu tllJS means I -vZ """uwjuuo n...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 1 May 1907

lESSii' V Phone 164 PUBLIC STORAGE WAREHOUSE E. 33. Henley & Co. Phone 2. VOL. 7. Jfrtd of Suit for DamagesL . J. F. and C. K. rCunninaLrled out do not necessarilv mean a of Comanche are plaintiffs I&su!s .n the ndnef s and quality . . . the material. lor instance it sorne- SUlt in the COUnty COUrt here tjaes happens that in casting a piece day in which they ask damage steel what is known as a -blow tO the amount of $835 for occurs Often this is not noticed . 1 ne steel has been cut and trim- JUrieS to a Shipment Of horsed for the required purpose. In such from Brown COUnty. They h' case the hole is usually "tapped" and twenty-eight horses shipfc?11 ?"iug fcf ' w i?8? rt ' the h"? J7 ... - the latter being filed off so closely from Mullen to Burt 3nAlabam; the metal that it needs an expert They Claim that the delays ve to detect any unusual feature Jls Is a trick which makss no differ- WaBfsWBBfWMMMBBTBBf par m. mt. m m u m m m m feet C .1 It's A ite III AS Is Le the yvle an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 1 May 1907

Phone 164 LOW QUARTER SHOh Drink 3SECUBJTY BRAND JAVA. nd MOCHA COFFEE Paoked by IMPORTERS COFFEE CO.. Nw Orleans CHAS. G1DDEM1. ISzclnaive Local Agtnt I DJ O known fitting; Dr. R. L. Farris Osteopathic Physician over Armstrong Jew elry Co. Phone 568 d&wtf - E. F. Tillman of Sonora was in the oity yesterday on business. " Will J. Neal of Dublin spent last night in Brownwood on bus- iness. Phone 432 for correct Plumb- : Chas. Baughman went to Mer- cury today on business for N. A. Perry. Stolen by the GYPSIES to- night at THE Majestic. Miss Mary Tcnney has return ed from a trip to Marlin. Shaker Salt is much the best for table use. It never cak. Sold at 10 cents at C. L. G'd- dens. Mrs. Henry Buck left this frtrRr.)okesuiith where! ;she will spend the rein''' der the week with her mothe . t : Mrs. W. A. Abney of Luf nd Ms. J. W. Davis oWU . are guests of Dr. and Mrs. . Aoney tins AveeK. fT... " .-. r-nnlf rf fntr ATiiiioi- .everv sack sold and guaranteed A b Danipl Jfe Oomranv. d!...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 2 May 1907

Buy Your Milk From Brcwnwood PURE FOOD Dairy DAILY BULLETIN. ark a M PUBLIC STORAGE WAREHOUSE E. B. Henley & Co. Phona 2. b Drink 3SECURJTY BRAND JAVA audMOCHA COFFEE Packed by IMPORTERS COFFEE CO.. Hw Orleans CHAS. G1DDEN1 Exclusive Local Agent VOL. 7. BROWN WOOD. TEXAS. THURSDAY. MAY 2 J 907. NO. 170 Phone 164 Suit for Damages. J. F. and C. K. Cunningham of Gomanche. are plaintiffs in a suit in the county court here to- day in which they ask damages to. the" amount of $835 for in- juries to a shipment of horses from Brown county. They had twenty-eight horses shipped from Mullen to Bun 3n Alabama. They claim that the delays in DIES VERY SUDDENLY transportation rough handling etc. caused the horses to depre- ciate in value. They a"e repn sented by Judge Wilkir-on and the suit is against the Santa Fe and other roads. Hairisnn & Wayman repr-ent fhe' S.nta Fe1 and At;o.iev Hav.ip- of Dallas UCADT ETftll HOC TllL PAIICC land McCartney of tVsplac rei Lmn LU"L JL UnUUL resent the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 2 May 1907

J r r The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors. Entered at the Brownwood Postoffice as Second Class MailMatter. Subscription Per Month WILL H MAYES Managing Editor H. F. MAYES Business Manager. C. A. TUN NELL. City Editor. E. C. SEITZ Daily Circulator. E.E. KIRKPATR1CK Associate Editor. W. R. DULA. Foreman Mech. Dept. THE PASSING OF THE CLUBS. Governor Campbell and the legislature are determined that the law must be respected. There is no doubt but that local option laws have been flagrantly violated in Texas. Disregard of one law produces disregard for other laws. The man who will be guilty of one crime for money may not be ready to commit all other crimes for the same reason but he is not a desirable cit- izen. The whiskey business has such a hold on its followers that nothing short of the severe hand of the law will shake it loose. Light penalties have availed nothing only where they have been applied with such frequency as to make them severe. The law taxing sellers...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 2 May 1907

VP PLANS NEW RAILROAD. Austin Spencer Proposes to Build From Robert Lee to Chadbourne Robert Lee Tex. April 30. Austin Spencer a promoter and capitalist of San Angelo is at the head of an enterprise which insures a railroad for Robert Lee and which will tap the Kansas Cityfel Orient at Fort Chad- bourne seventeen miles north of here. Mr. Spencer is a practical and successful business man and has organized a stock company with a capital of $250000 to push the matter to a finish. A mass meeting and big bar- becue will be held at Robert Lee May 18 and propositions will be submitted to finally adjust and close up the deal. The road will be chartered at the earliest practical moment when active work will begin. Many large land holders in the county are offering liberal in- ducements for the road. Will Work in Brownwood. George Henderson the expert telephone man has arrived in Brownwood afterjseveral months spent at San Angelo where he installed a new system for the telephone company of t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 2 May 1907

The Daily Bulletin race riot in Indiana HAVES PRINTING Co.. Pro. En-.ered at the Brown wood PostotSce as Seeot-i-Clas Mail Matter. W:llH. Mayes Managing Editor H. F. Mayes Business Matter. C A TrNNKLL City Ldttor. E. E. KlKKPATRK k. Asso. Ed. W. R. DctA Foreman Mech. Dept. E C Seitz Daily Circulator. Subscription per Month 50c Thursday May 2 1907 A NOVEL BUSINESS Seth Naaworthy Will put in Burro Livery Stable. THINKS IT WILL PAY HERE Has Di.po.ed of the Car Load of Hone He Brought Here From San Angelo. Is Looking for Something New. Six Negroes Beaten by Greenbury Mob Following Attack on Woman. Greenbury Ind. May 1. The bitter feeling against the negroes as a result of an assault on Mrs. Sefton. an aged white woman last Saturday night caused a race riot here last night. Six negroes were badly beaten one of whom may die. The mob was formed by three wniie men and rapidly incaeased to r00. All the saloons and other places fre- quented by negroes were visited and the furniture and fixtur...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 2 May 1907

I A Critical Examination. Officers and Directors : I : mi m t mmi I patro4 SrpX- institUti0 We P.omie L desiroihik'thoTe .2! W i. We at the same .i We Know Your Wants a.ni We Want Your Business The Brownwood National Bank. No Loans Due the Bank By Its Officers. T. CYANTIS 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. I I lT . - I . r- m r- . i n t a m mm m ... - - I I ' kWLR 'U ULnvnK f I W II I bill 1 I fj I W SE LECH S MADE P.f- Harrison Appoints Mem- bers of Executive Commtec. COMMITTEE MEETS TOMORROW The Fifty Thoucand Club W:I3 B -in Work Tomorrow Wfcrn Executive Committee W;t. Ident Haricrm nf t' his Selections for the ercry-" committee of that club. He zi o called a mating of that tody for tomorrow afternoon at 4 o'.- . at thd i-r in oiother committees are a o v niaaftre and tome timely tug- gestiriaqgy Mr. Harrirpn. FoV t lowinjar wSbthe commit.tpps onH the remE$ of Pres...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 2 May 1907

Do You Advertise to Get Business? Or do you advertise merely because some one asks you to? Do you advertise for the benefit you ex iect to get out of it or because you can't say "no" ? That you may increase your trade or just to "help out" some one. We don't ask for your business on any other basis than merit. We know it will help your business . to conduct a systematic adver- tising campaign in the Bulletin. It has been proven time and again. Then why hesitate? If by spending $10.00 a month you can make a profit of $50 doesn't it pay? True you can get along perhaps without advertising but it's the poorest sort of economy. Note the men who have made the biggest success in their business and nine times out of ten they are heavy advertisers. The Banner-Bulletin weekly goes into more Brown County homes each week than any paper published. We are willing glad to have you look at our press records our postoffice receipts or our books. If you want to reach the people of the county it is a ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 2 May 1907

A PRINCE OF DWARFS. lareer of the Famous Count Joseph "s Boruwlaski. "the most famous dwarf -who has Itished in the British isles 1r m. "se long UfeX2 died at the ace of -.pty-elght years is another example oPihe longevity of his kind. Boruw- stood only three feet three inches' la height This did not prevent him from marrying a beautiful woman or from mixing In the best court society of the Georgian period. He was very amiably received at Carlton House by George IV. a few weeks before that monarch's coronation. So struck wan the king by this dwarfs physical grace and mental accomplishments that he remarked to Charles Mathews who bad brought the little man "If I had a dozen sons I could not wish them a more- perfect model of elegance than the count." Bornwlaski's last days were spent in peaceful retirement In the city of Dur- ham. He tells us that In spite of the theory that dwarfs grow all their life he never added a quarter of an Inch to his three feet three Inches. When a lady ask...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 2 May 1907

u r -cl."- Have you not already waited too long to prepare for Spring and Summer ? You have seen the crowds in our store ? Does that not tell you that the choice things for the season are fast dis- appearing ? Remember too the sooner you get your things the longer you will have to enjoy them. Why not come in tomorrow and get that new suit or that new pair of shoes or that new Dress you have been planning for? Now is the best time. Delay the matter very much longer and you may be compelled to take that which you do not like. Be on the safe side and come early. ft. Dry Goods Co IF J. Mort Smith and B. A. Lud- low went to Coleman this morn- ing on business. Phone 432 for correct Plumbing. Mrs. Tom Sellman is the guest of M. "W. Adams and fam- ily this week. Call phone 164 Brownwood Pure Food Dairy. Dr. R. L. Farris Osteopathic Physician over Armstrong Jew- elry Co. Phone 568 d&wtf Fresh Cakes and Bread every day at the Brownwood Bakery. Mrs. D. T. Oldham of Dallas is iin the c.ty o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 3 May 1907

WfmC ' W - -- -r - ---- C ' WW FT ' jr t Phone 164 Buy Your Milk From Brownwood PURE FOOD Dairy Phone 164 I PUBLIC STORAGE WAREHOUSE I E. B. Henley & Co. Phoa 2. BULLETIN. Drink SECURITY BfLAND JAVA a.ad MOCHA COFFEE Packed by IMPORTERS COFFEE CO. New Orleans CHAS. G1DDEN3 Exclusive Local Asnt VOL. 7. BROWNWOOD. THXAS FRIDAY MAY 3 1907. NO. 17J DAILY O Kicked Cart to Pieces. A horse belonging to Brooke Smith and driven by a negro kicked the cart to pieces this morning. The horse's legs badly bruised is about all the damage done. . Gardner Thomas and family of Houston arrived in the city to day for a visit to the7: Given a Gold Watch; The Howard Payne Athletic As- sociation has presented Gwynne Henry with a fine gold watch with his name engraved on it. This was given Henry as a token of the esteem which his college chums have for him on accou it of the recent phenominal suc- cess of the young athlete in the Field Meet. A mill FIGH T j Ernest Erricson is Badly Injured ' in a Stree...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 3 May 1907

The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors. Entered at the Brownwood Postofiice as Second Class Mail Matter. Subscription Per Month 50c WILL H. MAYES Managing Editor. - ;H.'F. MAYES Business Manager. C. A. TUN NELL. City Editor. WC. SEITZ Daily Circulator. E. E. KIRKPATRICK Associate Editor. W. R. DULA Foreman Mech. Dept. SLANDERING WEST TEXAS. The newspapers or rather some of the newsDapers of Cen tral and East Texas are working overtime to publish slanderous . things about the part of Texas known as West Texas. The reason for this is that many of the citizens of those parts of the state seeing the favorable opportunities presented by this country are locating out here and whenever one of them leaves the papers know that it is good bye for aye and they at once get into mourning and set their wits co work to see if they can't keep others from coming. That is the way some of the papers do; there are others more magnanimous who recognize that all of Texas is good and that t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 3 May 1907

m i if ill nrrrw . -.. . IASTARDLY ASSAULT "MTfrrvirijriw 'li iiiiw ii I w . ." tii t$" iiin r lr rl i tri T) i " i"i - ' - - ri i" - - W MANAGER THE W. W. Harris Stabbed by Ne- groes at San Angelo. W. T. Stromeyer Goes With the West Texas Telephone Co. 'fiJT ' 7 xm VICTIMS A BLINO MAN Formerly Lived in Brownwood Was on His Way Home From Electric Thea- tre Where he Plays Piano. W. W. Harris a blind man and a former citizen of Brownwood was the'victim of a vicious as- sault at San Angelo Tuesday night. Harris plays the piano at the Electric theatre and hav- ing become acquainted with the streets often goes home at night by himself. On Tuesday night he had started home and was walking "down the east side of Chadbourne street when he heard parties comingjip behind him. He stepped to one side to let them pass and as he did so heard one of the parties a negress say "The d f ool is 'blind "and almost the same time he felt the point of a hat pin. According to Harris there were two negro wo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 3 May 1907

The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING CO.. Props. Entered at the Brownwood Postoffice b Second-ClasB Mai Matter. Will H. Mayes Managing Editor H. F. Mayes Business Manager. C A Tcnneli. City Editor. E. E. KirkpaTrick Asso. Ed. W. R. DutA Foreman Mech. Dept. E C. Skitz Daily Circulator. Subscription per Month 50 Friday May 3 1907 REPLIES 10 RECORD Jenkins Has Say on Personal Priviledges. SAYS HE HAS BEEN MISQUOTED Ad Demands That the Fort Worth Rec ord Retract Statr-ni and Mends It Wa s in Futcre. I am quoted in the Port" Worih Kecordof Apiil SOth as saying tnat wealth was a menace -to a civilized country and that it would be well if a wall was ej ect ed around the Lone Sftar State and only native born Texansr "be auowed to breathe . .the an of Texas. " w a aaia nomrag or tne kind; I said nothing that any reporter -with a moderate degree of in- telligence could have construed into such a sentiment. Nothing that any conscientious editorial writer having before him u Cor- rect report of my...

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