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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 31 October 1895

SEE TNOT. CREECH'S ADVERTISEMENT ON LAST PAGE; 11 tv n n tl r VOL. XI. BROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY OCTOBER 31 1895. NO. l! Don't Work Yourself to death. Take time to visit our store this week i We are making prices that will astonish you odd pants. The sortment good. in clothing overcoats and stock is large and . the as- 1 OVERCOATS $300 AND UP. MEN3S SUITS $4.00 AND UP. i 1 The goods are' being" sold rapidly. Come. .this week. ' .J P j ' - -."'. ; Coggin & Gilliam Bros. THE DRY GOODS MEN G. W. Mahoney was in the Me- tropolis Wednesday. 0. V. Coleman had a paralytic stroke last week but at last ac- counts was doing very well though still confined to his room and bed. Mr. R. G Latting read an in- structive paper Sunday morning at the Presbyterian church the pas- tor being in Palestine. No services were held Sunday night. J. Dancy Ledbetter was a visitor in Coleman two days this week. We don't claim to be "artists" in our printing but my my we sure outclass most of the people doing j...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 31 October 1895

MyjlMj.JUIUl-MUUI Real l JOHN Y. RANKIN SR. Brownwood Texas. Estate and General 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. AND ABSTRACTOR OF LAND TITLES Live stock and ranches farm ranch and mineral lands for sale inf4a to 10000 acre tracts. Lands partitioned or divided between f owners. Reports made on lands. j Intelligence and Employment Office. pecans this year on place all valley fine groves of pecans 200 acres tillable. Call for price. 231. 200 acres pecan orchard land 80 acres in cultivation 2-room house porch in front fine pecan trees in largo quantity tank and Bayou water. Cheap. 227. 3(3 acres Valley Land $1150. 193. Irrigable Pecan valley land 51(3 acres all valley and irrigable Mary Osborn Sur. cheap at $0.00 per acre Call for plot and particulars. Some; pecan growth all ricb worth $8 to $12 per acie. MISOELLANEOS PROPERTY. 155. For Exc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 31 October 1895

A Resolutions on the departure of our esteemed fellow-citizen Dr. J. A. Abney and family; Whereas the departure of our fellow-citizen Dr. J. A. Abney and his estimable family from our midst presents a suitable oppor- tunity for expressing the esteem in which we hold them as citizens and as efficient and faithful work- ers in the church: Therefore be it Resolved that while we depre- cate very greatly the circumstan- ces which have caused us so great a loss we sincerely hope that it will be a gain to them and trust that their future will be as bright and prosperous as they can antici- pate or desire. Resolved that we deeply regret the necessity of losing them in the Sunday School work and most fervently wish for them a future of active usefulness in their chosen field of new associations and en- terests ever praying that by a continuation of those christian graces which have so endeared them to us they may at last unite with all the truly faithful in ' the sweeter songs of redemption ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 31 October 1895

Q f THE PEOPLE SAY That they had rather trade with A Good Honest House' than to be pulled around by a street drummer to a Snide House with a small stock pi shell-worn goods arid then have to pay for the song and dance that was put up to get them in there; j Ramey Smith & Co. Have No Street Drummer to worry you but they have got the largest stock of dry goods clothing shoes carpets trunks or anything else kept in a first class dry goods "'. Ihouse that you will find in town.- We have two rooms two stories high and a gallery . all full of goods that we will sell you just as cheap as the street drummer promises to do. BUYFROMRAMEYi SMITH & CO.Rgest house Brownwood Bulletin. Entered at the postoffice at Brown- ! i ivood.Tex. as second-class mailjinatter. Pdblishkd Every Thursday by WILL H. IA.YES. - Editor and Prop'x HEBVEY MAYES. Ass't. Editor. IK A HAXiI - Asst. Businees Manager A Kansas man has found that brandy can bo made of same l:ind of saw dust. Prohibition has a poor ch...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 31 October 1895

111 I OUR S MM Hi i mm HERE WE ARE! SUPPLY SI STORE li K A Mm mm . p8 111 llll Mm DRY GOODS Clothing Hats and Shoes. ijjl A 45000 stock of new dry goods etc. finest line of dress goods ever offered here. la HARDWARE Mac hinery;- Saddlery SEWING MACHINES. We are agents for the Hancock Rotary Disc Plow and Cassaday Sulky. Hurlbut Hardware Co. ;t.: DeGlark & Son THE JEWELERS AND OPTICIANS Are prepared for the fall trade. SEE THEIR WATCHES CLOCKS AND JEWELRY. Mail orders receive prompt attention. Fine repairing a specialty. S M. A. Miss Wardlaw returned Tuesday from the State fair. K. E. Dunning came home Mon- day evening from the Dallas State Fair. Frank Hawkins is in town again and is holding down a job vith the News. Sheriff Charlie Bell made a has ty trip last week to Dallas and the great fair. 1 Cotton has risen again and is now bringing a fair price though nine cents has not yet been reached. C. L. Mckenzie was here the early part of the week. He is route agent of the Wells Fa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 31 October 1895

r Reply to a Correction!1 To The Bulletin: Whereas The Bulletin of a late issue contained a report with the names of L. C. Mallow Mr. Hen- drick and Mr. Trigg appended purporting to. bo in defense of the fair name and plighted honor of nnf Mr. Gallowav.. a Methodist Circuit rider who previous to the little unpleasantness at Clio had x- disrupted society at May we wish however to say in what we believe to be justice to the men whose names are appended to the reDort in question that we do not believe that their names were so used with their full knowledge and consideration of its " contents but we believe that a certain uncom promising apostle of persecution against all who will not engage with him to be its instigator if not its author and finisher whose pur- pose it was more to cause greater trouble in the neighborhood than to defend either the fair name or the plighted honor of a meek and much injured theological cobbler we therefore in behalf of an out- raged community beg leave t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 31 October 1895

Borrowing Trouble. Sam Jones. Georgia's noted evan- gelist wrote an article for a news- paper the other day about borrow- ing trouble. "We are everlastingly looking for something which we shall never see going out' to meet something that is not coming to meet us." He tells a suggestive anecdote of a traveling man. About two j'ears ago this man be- came very morose and unhappy. He had a wife and six children; his expenses were increasing and his salary was not increasing. He thought of his children to educate his home comforts to procure and so on until he became almost des perate. His wife saw his condition but did not venture to say any thing until one day as he was starting upon a journey she fol lowed him to the gate looked up at him with her bright happy face and said: 'Husband will you make your wife a promise?" "What is that?" asked he.' "Will you promise me that you will get a little blank book and keep a record of every case 3Tou meet in this trip where there are those worse...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 31 October 1895

I BROWNWOOD BULLETIN. J. W. McFARLAND DENTIST Office over 1st Nat. Bank Brownwood. ! Walter Caldwell sp'ent Sunday in Comanche. The Bulletin is supplying the ; wedding cards for the. people this year- ! Mr. A. P. Jones the. confection- . ery man arrived homq from Dal- las last week. Prof. Will Lawson i in BrOwn- wood this week arriving Sunday evening over the Rio Grande. I Mrs. Will H. Mayes and little t William spent Tuesday in our neighbor city Comanche. We have now a correspondent in the Jordan Springs neighborhood who will furnish in attractive ; style all the happenings in that vicinity. ut. o . xi. u. uaraner once a -resident of our citv but now a i teacher in the Echools at. Bastrop us in charge of the educational col umn of the Bastrop advertiser and lis making it interesting. -St. Johns Episcopal church Rev. Wm. G. Coote. Rector. -Ser (vices morning and evening 2nd Sand 3rd Sundays each -'month by IRector. Services all other Sun day mornings by Laymen. Will Miller son of Co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 7 November 1895

StfflttifW ' mm jt 001 v VOL: xi. BROWNWOOD TEXAS. THTJBSDAY NOVEMBER 8 1895. NO. 2. To Thinking Minds 7" ' ' -. . ' ' ' ' " II II . I. I - I n I- I I I . II. - . I. -I ' ' 1 I .1. . . . - It is unnecessary for us to say we do the dry goods business of Brownwood. We leave that for you to find out for yourself. We are working for your trade and will offer any fair in- ducement to obtain it. Once we have you for a customer you will stay with us. I - Prices In Clothing And Staple Dry Goods Are smashed. The cutting of prices has commenced and we are leading the procession.. We are surprising ourselves daily at the amount of business we are doing doing some hard pulling and getting the reward a good trade. Help us and we will help you to save money by &avmg you a iew dimes on every purchase made at our store. 111 Ay t Coggin & Gilliam Bros.. THE HUSTLERS. ... IS. I - .1 :1 j i Dad please take me to F. W. HENDERSON'S He Is Selling More Clothing Than Any House In JBrownwood. f t He...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 7 November 1895

JOHN Y. RANKIN SR. "Brownwood Texas. 6.3 Bl Estate Agent. OFFICE ESTABLISHED IN 1S69. Exchange 'Bureau for all Kinds of Property Personal or Real. ! Depositions taken deeds and all legal conveyances written and acknowledgements taken. t i ZESerrfc .gojCLt AND ABSTRACTOR OF LAND TITLES. . Live stock and ranches farm ranch and mineral lands for sale "40 to 10000 acre tracts. Lands owners. Keports made on lands. Intelligence and Employment Office. tics for families or 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 susccptablev of irrigation at prices now ranging from S3 to $15 per acre which with irrigation will be worth $40 to $75 per acre. All properties placed in my hands for rent sale or exchange arc ad...

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

This song you have heard long before That Dry Goods are lower and lower; Of the Big Bargain Store It is tpld o'er and o'er By the people who buy from them more. This tale you haye read when a child i And it makes you grow weary and smile;. "Our Goods Below Cost" And 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. V; 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 no strife At the Big Bargain Store with two front's. ; - For there they have all that you need. " In Dry Goods and such-like not feed. 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 They will say to you you're lost From the early cold frost That is' coming as shown by the state...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 7 November 1895

7 The People Say That they had rather trade with A Good Honest House than to be pulled around by a street drummer .to a Snide House with a small stock of shelf-worn goods arid then have to pay for the song and dance that -was put up to get them in there! ' Ramey Smith & Co. Have No Street Drummer to worry you but they have got the largest stock of dry goods clothing; shoes carpets trunks or anything else kept in a first class dry goods house that you will find in town. We have two rooms two stories high and a gallery all full of goods that we will sell you just as cheap as the street drummer promises to do. buy fromRamey Smith & Co.LArNeu!OUSE t t . i United States and its dailies coffins in Advance. Brownwood Bulletin. Entered at the postoffice at Brown- 1 ' need a big sensation now that Holmes and Durant have reaped their reward and since the 'eham- voodTex. as second-class mall matter jpjoinp fight is off.-" What shall Published Eveky Tuuksday j WILL II. JljLYES -HERpy MA...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 7 November 1895

1 . ; ; mm ' f HERE WE ARE! OUR SUPPLY STORE. IB ;. . . i: r jp Hp i. DRY GOODS Clothing Hats and Shoes. IP A $45000 stock of new dry goods etc. finest line of dress goods ever offered here. HARDWARE Machinery Hurlbut Hardware Co 9 ftssiiil Saddlery 1 T il l- LSiS . B"iaggIes and. Wagons SEWING MACHINES. We are agents for the Hancock Disc Plow and Cassaday Sulky. () DeGlatk & Son THE JEWELERS AND OPTICIANS " Are prepared for the fall trade. SEE THEIR WATCHES CLOCKS AND JEWELRY; f Mail orders receive prompt attention. Fine repairing a specialty. BROWN COUNTY The Place for the Hfomeseeker. Brownwood the Metropolis of the jWest. The Ballinger Banner-Leader in a neatly written editorial states that The Bulletin erred when it judged the'citizenship of Ballinger by the statements of one man. The Bulletin is prone to tight for the town to which it owes its ex- istance and when a paper misrep- resents the conditions of affairs here we are prone to hit back. But we want to be on good tei...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 7 November 1895

RANDOM THOUGHTS. In the rush and whirligig of the Ibusy months of the year thoughts mro nnt likelv to be verv "Ran- dom." I" fact when the mind is ivery busy with business matters it refuses to respond very liberally to thing of a literary character. The idea that a man nm successfully carry on any amount of hard labor or mental business matters and stfll do a large quantity of literary york is fast dying out. Preachers no longer farm all the week and give eloquent sermons on Sunday and the successful lawyer can not keep up his profession and keep 'Jup-to-date" in his profession. The preparation of this column every week is a small matter ap- parently hut when a small man has the job it is just as diflicult as a- greater undertaking in greater hands. Thus it is hoped jthat any lsfck of merit in these thoughts will ue attnuuteti w me ousv sea son of the vear. Speaking f huaine?. what has heroine of the iireat annv of growlers ami complained?; A year ago half the people you met seemed...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 7 November 1895

Mirrors of aTown's Doings. The newspapers of a town says an exchange are its looking slashes. It is here you see yourselves as others see you. You smile Jon them and they smile back at you: you frown on them and you lire repaid In kind. They are the rellex of a town. If the town j is doing business the newspaper will show it in its advertising columns. If the merchants are spiritless shiftless fellows whose stores are jumbles of junk and jam the newspapers will show it by the lack of space they take if you want the world to know that you have a live town j'ou can only-let it be known throuch its news- paper. At the beginning of the month of August Patsey Casey son of John Casey of Brideport Conn. was exactly five feet high and weighed 120 pounds. There came an unusual hot spell -and-' Patsey began to grow. In a few-weeks his father was compelled to buy a larger bedstead for him. It was followed shortly .''afterwards by another and still larger one. The boy outgrew his clothes as fas...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 7 November 1895

Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report ABSOLUTELY PURE BROWNWOOD BULLETIN. J. W. McFARLAND DENTIST Office ovc 1ft Nat. Bank Brownwood. A new covering has been placed on the awnings over the Allman 'hotel. . . Mr. J. J. Ramev returned home Wednesday from a trip down the Rio Grande. Gov. Hubbard will lecture in Howard Payne chapel Friday night Now 22nd. A new grocery house has been started next door to A second-hand store. G. Lane's The Green hotel . has changed names and now has a handsome sign reading "Exchange Hotel." j Mr. R. Bailey of -Dublin was in our city the early part of the week acting as a witnessiiti a la.w suit. i i f Miss Winnie Ledbetter of Cole- man passed through Brownwood yesterday on her way home from he state fair j Mrs. J. S. Smith -returned yes- ferday evening from Dallas. Wil- bur returned with her arjd will re- main a few days in our city. 5 Mr. V. R. Byrd has been taken on the banta .be yard crew in Brownwood and will be transferred to T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 14 November 1895

tUoumuiud 3 VOL. XI. BROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY NOVEMBER 14 1895. NO. 3. y- VAV 'VAV VAv V 5ft it it"? 5 RUSHK tti ' i-i.-: i 1 n i i : j r 11 ti ivj.dK.c d usn un ub mib wcck. anu yuu win ue ampiy repaid ior your irouDie. I ne war in prices is still going ion. JNo help tor it now. 1 he tight is on and we are in .the front ranks (with the i- 1 Cleanest Best Line of Merchandise In Town. 1 . THIS WEEK AND THIS WEEK ONLY ; -me-nan ounce knitting auk good line ot colors black and white at one-half (price 121-2 CENTS A SPOOL. This silklis the product .of the Belding Silk Works and is first-class goods. Sells the town over for aqctsJ See display in west window. rrr itvt c r.n T . . COGGIN & GILLIAM BROS. THE DRY GOODS PUSHERS; s i-t 1 Dad please take me to F. W. HENDERSON'S. He Is Selling More Clothing Than Any House In Brownwood. He ha;s the largest assortment neatest patterns and most serviceable materials and made as clothing should be made. He sells boys' suits for 75c. and dad you ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 14 November 1895

JOHN Y. RANKIN SR. Brownwood Texas. Real Estate and General Agen to OFFICE ESTABLISHED IN iS6g. Exchange Bureau for all Kinds of Property Personal or Real. Depositions taken deeds and all legal conveyances written and acknowledgements taken. .Bent - AND "ABSTRACTOR OF LAND TITLES. Live stock and ranches farm 'in4( to 10000 acre tracts. Lands partitioned or divided between owners. Reports made on lands. i Intelligence and Employment Office. ! Will secure the services of farm and railroad bands and domes-: tics for families or 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 S3 to $15 per acre which with irrigation will be worth $40. to S75 per acre. All p...

Publication Title: Brownwood Bulletin
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 14 November 1895

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 j. By the people who buy from them more. j 'i ' This tale you havevread when a child; ' ;- j And it makes you grow weary and smile; 'Our Goods Below Cost" V1 And 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. V . The Big Bargain Store ' Is selling cheap sure; i And they will not rob you like Turks. . Go see them and tell them your wants At the store where Will Savage most haunts.-;-: S'.'i'J Take with you your wife . . ? . z- . ;: For there is no strife . . f V v ?. At the Big Bargain Store with two fronts. . . ? i Por there they have all that you need . ? ;: In Dry Goods and such-like not feed. . "V r Go there and price free I 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 ! ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 14 November 1895

IIIIBIIIBIII 1 11 1 1 The People Say That they had rather trade with A Good Honest House than to be pulled around by a street drummer to a Snide House with a small stock of shelf-worn goods and then have to pay for the sorig and dance-that was put up to get them in there. Ramey Smith & Co. ib-.it n - s Have No Street Drummer to worry you but they have got the largest stock of dry j goods clothing shoes carpets-trunks' or anything else kept in a first class dry goods house that you will find in town. We have two rooms two stories high arid a gallery all full of goods that we will sell you just as cheap as the street drummer promises to do. buy fromRamey Smith & Co:-wUSE Brownwood Bulletin. Entered at the poatoffice at Brown- wood Tex. as second-class mail matter Publishkd Every Thobsdav by WILI H. IIAYJDS - Editor and Frop'r HEBVEY MAYES. . Ass't. Editor IRA. HALL - - Asat Business Manager TJhe untis have secured an elec tion- on local option in Brownwood for the 30th. How do...

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