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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 3 May 1907

Critical Examination. V 1 A critical examination of our financial condition will convince you of the absolute strength of our institution. We promise our patrons a liberal policy which at all times shall be wholly safe and consistent with conservative banking. On this basis we solicit your banking business assuring prompt and careful attention to the smallest details. We at the same time desire to thank those who have favored us with their business and say to them that they have made it possible for us to make such a showing. We seek only legitimate banking business and have the disposition and ability to handle all such coming to us through our friends.- We invite correspondence or personal interviews. The Rittet-Gordon j Battle Row Active Mr. M. D Ritter of Jen-i Trouble on "Battle Row" yes- nings La. and Miss Claudia 1 terday afternoon is responsible Gordon of Brownwood we for the arrest x)f W. A. Delaney united in marriage at the home and Elmer Ford. Reports say of the bride's b...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 3 May 1907

THE MAGIC OF INDIA. Not a Bit More Wonderful Than inai oTne ucciaent. ere ib none nt i npm i nar a mri - can or European Conjurers Cannot Do as Well if Not Better The Truth About the Famous Rope Trick. Charles Bertram the English conjur- er made three trips to India where he 6tudled the tricks for -which the Indian jugglers have Jong been famous. He tame back with the opinion that trav- elers had exaggerated their skill. "I have no hesitation in saying" he Bald to a friend on his last visit to this country "that after seeing 176 different Hindoo conjurers who were gathered In various parts of the country by the different rajahs before whom I per- formed there is not a single trick which the Indians perform that the European or American magicians can- not do as well and even better. ?They are clever at swallowing long chains which are made to' clink in their stomachs and skillful at swallow- ing swords eating fire chewing glass and encircling the body with redhot chis but they are re...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 3 May 1907

f L- II Worn Take Long To try on one of our suits' but it would be the best invested time you ever spent. Our suits are winners. They are better than lots of the "socalled" tailor made and cost just about half. We've been selling Kuppenheimer Clothing a long time and we haveourlirst complaint to receive. JEvery suit is made right and is then carefully inspected before leaving the factory. ; Every suit that shows the least flaw is thrown out. The manufacturers are thoroughly reliable and are prepared to make good every assertion. Your Spring attire will be all right if it's a Kuppenheimer suit you ouy. olcl Exclusively Itx Brownwood l3r Dr. R. L. Farris Osteopathic Physician oveir Armstrong Jew- elry 'Co. Phone 568 d&wtf Bennett returned last night from a business "trip to the West. . Call phone 164 Brownwood Pure Food Dairy. Cattle Inspector John Bannis- ter arrived in the city last night from .the "West. Fresh Cakes and Bread every day at the Brownwood Bakery. Miss Maud "Winn o...

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

Buy Your Milk From Brown wood PURE FOOD Dairy DAILY BULLETIN. Phone 164 PUBLIC STORAGE WAREHOUSE E. 2. Henley & Co. Drink SECURITY BRAND JAVA andMOCHA COFFEE Packed by ' IMPORTERS COFFEE CO.. New Orleans CHAS. G1DDEN9. Exclusive Local Aent 2 'Phone 2. VOL. 7. BROWNWOOD. TEXAS SATURDAY MAY 4 J 907. NO. 172 Phone 164 Asking for a Pardon. John Martin is circulating a petition asking that the gover- nor pardon him from the jail penalty attached to the case of exhibiting gaming tables on which he was convicted and which on appeal was affirmed and rehearing refused. The facts in the cases show that Mr. Martin had no knowledge that he was violating the law in allowing patrons to play on his pool tables and the loser pay for the game therefore most everyone to whom he presents the petition is sign- ing it and he hopes to get the pardon. FISTIC E UN Boys From the Country Do a Stunt on "Battle Row." Shaker Salt is much the best for table use. It never cakes. Sold at dens. 10 cents at C. L...

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

I he Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors. GETTING 10 i ni1 j hi mi & W Woolen Dress Goo Reduced for Monday and Tuesday. Executive Committee of Fifty Thousand Club Held Meeting. Entered at the Brownwood Postoftice. as Second Class Mail Matter. m Subscription Per Month ...50e WILL HOLD FULL FAIR WILL H. MAYES j Managing Editor. MAYES Business Manager. C. A. TUNNELL. Citv Editor. - stiTZ Daily Circulator. W. R E. E. KIRKPATRICK. Associate Editor DULA Foreman Mech. Dept. THEY ARE UNREASONALBE. The directors of the San Saba Fair Association have invited Senator Bailey to address the people at the fair to be held there this fall. This is not out of the ordinary for Senator Bailey has become a central figure at stockmen's conventions farmers' re- unions confederate reunions and fairs throughout the state and seems really to enjoy being a parade with white horses drawing him forthe admiraiton of the cheering multitudes who eagerly travel miles to see the show and pay that ...

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

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 solid car loads of Furniture on the way. Everything to be found in an up-to-date "Furniture establishment will be found at our place of business. We are also continually adding new lines to our Hardware department. Our goods are marked in plain figures no cost mark to deceive or take advan- tage of the unposted buyer. "While we Live we Grow." R. S. GARNETT & CO. Library Report. I-herewith submit my annual library report for the year end- ing April 27th and a compara- tive statement for the year pro- ceeding. Number of books 1906 2401; 1907 307S. Number of reader 1906 990; 1907 1672. Books have been read 1906 7861 times; 1907 15008. 'pines collected 1906 18.60; 1907 $31.52. Money spent 1906 16 55; 1907 10. ika donated 1906 22S3; books in Library this Fric$tte Thirteenth Thorn as W. lS'??'. The Por. of Missing...

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

ret if WE HAVE NO LEADER In the produc ion of beautiful photographs. With ub the production of each pict re is not an industry; it is an art. LET US PHOTOGRAPH YOU and all your frier ds will tell yon it is the .best -picture of you ever taken. It always works that way. Let us do your Kodak finishing. Over Gilliam Bros. Blagg's tliClio. AT HUNGER COMPLIMENTS BULLETIN. Wife of Bill Thomason Who Killed Jeff McLean. REMAINS SENT TO FT. WORTH Mrs. Thomason Had Been at Ballinger Since the Tragedy at Ft. Worth and Died From Operation Yesterday. Mrs. Clara Thomason of Fort Worth wife of Bill Thomason the gambler who shot and killed county attorney McLean at I?ort Worth wounded officer Hamil Scott who subsequently died and was himself killed by the officers died in the hospital at Ballinger this morning at four o'clock after undergoing an op- eration for appendicitis. 'The remains will be shipped through Brownwood this afternoon to Fort Worth where they will like- ly be interred by the side ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 4 May 1907

A Critical Examination. I I A critic examination of our financial condition will convince you of the absolute strength of our institution. We promise our . l-i.-.i - ll ;Toc cVall he. mVinllv :afp anrl consistent with conservative banking. patrons a iiDerai puncy wmui ai an .nw - ;1 xtj t typ :ame time J- On this basis we solicit your banking business assuring prompt and careful attention to the smallest details. We at th same time desire to thank those who have ravored us with their Dusiness ana say 10 uicm uidt mcy uav. muv v pv. - showing! We seek UrCimate bank ability to handle all such coming to us through our friends. We invite corrrespondence or personal interviews. We Know Vour Wants oni We Want Your BuinvBi. The Browrwood National Bank. No Loans Due the Bank By Its Officers 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. I Dickens and Sc...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 4 May 1907

He Daily Bulletin x i AYKS PRINTING CO.. Props. Entered at the Brownwood Postoffice as Second-Class Mail Matter. Will H. Mayes Managing Editor H. P. Mayes Business Manager. C A. Tdnnell City Editor. E. E. KlKKPATRICK Asso. Ed. W. R. Dola Foreman Mech. Dept. E. C. Seitz Dally Circulator. Subscription per Month 50c Saturday May 4 1907 LIFE INSURANCE Representative Jenkins Explains His Views on the Subject. ABSORBING COUNTY'S WEALTH Would Tax Foreign Companies Ten Per em on rremiums Collected in Texas. representative Jenkins of Brown offered an amendment to the gross income tax bill to tax the premiums on life insurance policies hereafter written ten per cent. He explained that this would not affect Texas com panies inasmuch as they -would have to pay only one-fourth of one rer cent under another pro vision of the bill exempting suGh companies as invested one-half of their capital stock in Texas. Judge Jenkins stated that his purpose in offering this amend- ment was to prevent life ins...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 4 May 1907

GEORGE fi. YNnfil A Man Who Worked His Way Up in the V$rd. mi Mm ff I INCIDENTS FROM LIFE thing of the Struggles of Early Youth and the Success of Later Life. The Bulletin has not hereto- fore published a sketch of the life of Mr. George R. Yantis father of our townsman Mr. T. C . Yantis because of the incom- plete data at hand and the delay in securiner a cut of him. His career is of sufficient interest to attract the attention of the peo- ple generally. Many people all over Texas knew this worthy man and even those who did not will be interested in this sketch which is gleaned largely from different issues of the McKin- 1906 that paper gave a lengthft and interesting account of his life saying among other things: Born Feb. 20 1S20. 'VMcKinney has in Geo. R. YaSis one of the most honored "and respected as well as one of the very oldest citizens now liv- ing in Collin conty. "Geo. R. Yantis son of Enoch andvJGleanor Yantis was born in Stanfqfcncoln county Ken- tucyFeBjrt201820. In 1...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 4 May 1907

I Business in Our "RcNHly-lo-weir" Has been exceptionally fine this season. We are constantly receiving new . ?.V:v?:v . goods to meet the demand Have just received another shipment of Hats Veils and Veiling Children's Hats and Fancy Caps Decorative Pins Flow- ers and other Novelties in this line. Our Skirt trade continues to grow daily. We guarantee a fit in every Skirt that leaves the house. Our line of Waists is unexcelled. Our little y: ' boy's Wash Suits with stylish Hats and Caps are fast sellers. They are just . the thing for busy mothers. Rogers Dry Goods Company. rr Dr. R. L. Farris Osteopathic Physician over Armstrong Jew- elry Co. Phone 568 ;d&wtf J. F Miller is on -this week. the sick lis Call phone 164 Pure Food Dairy. Brownwood Rex Gaither went to Bangs this morning on a brief business trip. Fresh Cakes and Bread every day at the Brownwood Bakery. Rev. J. S. Chapman went to Santa Anna this morning on a business trip. Phone 432 for correct Plumbing.- Mrs. Geo. V. Ga...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 6 May 1907

Buy Your Milk From Brownwood PURE FOOD Dairy Phone 164 PUBLIC STORAGE WAREHOUSE E. B. Henley & Co. BULLETIN. Drink SECURITY BRAND JAVA andMOCHA COFFEE Packed br IMPORTERS COFFEE CO.i New Orleans CHAS. GIDDENS Krclusive Local Agnt VOL. 7. BITOWNOOD TEXAS MONDAY MAY o 1907 NO. 173 Phone 164 DAILY At TO BUILD OIL MILL. Lampasas Has Raised Bonus and Mill is Now Assured. . A special from Lampasas to the ' Daily papers says the citi- Tiens of that place have raised $6000 to buy it buildinir site for an oil mill. Parties have -contracted to put in an oil mill if the proper encouragement was giv en them and Lampasas ha done - her part. NT ION Goldthwaite Takes Advantage of the New Law. Arranging for Trip. j Harry Campbell came over this ' morninsr from Comanche and is busy today helping the boys iot ready for their tishinjr trip. He will leave in the lhorninir for the San Saba in company .with V. ! Davis. Chas. Ra-sdaJe and C-inicl- ENJOINS THE CLUB ner Thomas. The boys expect to! :pend...

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

The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors. Entered at the Brownwood Postofiice as Second Class Mail Matter Subscription Per Month : f0i- WILL u. MA YES. Managing Kditor. M. F. M'AYES Business Manager. C. A. TUN NELL. City Editor. CfcSKITZ Daily Circulator. E. E. K1RKPATRICK Associate Editor. '".S- W. R. DULA. Foreman Meclu Dept. BETTER CATTLE NEEDED. K. M. Low has an interesting article in todays' paper about the neglect of the cattle interests of this section and especially of the dairy breeds. While much that Mr. Low says is correct he does not go far enough in the opinion of the Bulletin. This coun- try is far behind other sections in the matter of breeding the best dairycattle. A few years ago there was for a time an interest in such things that promised to become permanent but in the rapid rise in real estate values people turned their attention more to speculation in real estate than to investment in line stock. Just now there seems to be a disposition to again giv...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 6 May 1907

FOR SAFE GROSSING Orient Will Tunnel Under the SanFA Fe at Angelo. I RAISE THE SANTA FE TRACK Ma By So Doing a Dangerous Crossing Will "Be Avoided Plan i Satisfactory to Both Roads. It is learned that the Orient officials have prepared to obviate a grade crossing1 at San Angelo by tunneling under the Santa Fe and have prepared to raise the track of the latter at the point of crossing. The proposition is said to be favored by the Santa Fe .officials ho.wever they have not! yet given an answer to the Orient officials. i By such an arrangement a dan- gerous crossing will be avoided and both roads will be saved all apprehension of danger and wrecks. H o Cv We hnvc all the popular cerea!s on the tn.irket ntl a we have a large trade on these souds we bought heavily.- Some of these good? were delayed in transit and reached lit. late and as we have to close them out before not weather we will make you n special low price on E--O-Sce Wheat Cream Friend Oate and Puffed Rice. Try them. W. H. S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 6 May 1907

The Daily Belietia S1A.YKS PRINTING CO.. Proi. TO 9 I 0! l JENKINS 3 Entered at the Brownwood Postoffice as Second-Clas? Mail Matter. Will H. Mayes Managing Editor K. F. MaYES Business Mnnager. C A TcNrtfLi. Citv Editor. E. E. KlRKPATRICK Asso. Ed. W. R. Dula Foreman Mech. Dept. E C. Seitz Dally Circulator. Subscription per Month 50c Monday May 6 1907 IS Postof f ice Man Says Brownwood is Nearly as Well Fixed as San Angelo. MAKES A LIBERAL OFFER Says that if the City will Complete the Sidewalks on two Streets that He Will Recommend Free Delivery. Postoffice Inspector C. G. Kin- zel arrived in the city Saturday night from San Angelo where he had just completed an official in- spection of the town for the pur- pose of recommending that that city be granted free mail delivery. The inspector will recommend that the delivery be granted and it is thought likely that the rec- ommendation will reoeive favor- able action. In speaking of the matter Mr. Kenzel said that An- gelo was no better ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 6 May 1907

We Do Not Criticise You. The Brownwood National Bank. No Loans Due the Bank By Its Officers. Officers and Directors : t. Q. 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. j j inujuers since tneir oro-nnrntinn i . STATON REPLIES. Opposes Jenkins Views on Life Insur ance. Editor Bulletin: In your issue of the 4th inst I notice yourreference to our rep- $ resentative in the Texas Legis- 4 lature Hon. C. H. Jenkins and I as I helped to put. him there 1 1 f Dfig DOWN AT TERRY'S They Are Selling a New Oil That Makes Good Light . : i . i i. .i . jnciuaing dividends endow merits death claims etc. foot up! the collosal sum of $3501907-iUp Hflio lnct Drt.rt;nJ 159? Does he knoW thni: n tn!wc nave Just Keceivccl a Shipment of the of offering' Down at Terry's vrtll tind "Violet Oik something better thanothoi Kecentlv a numb - :i g i f uine comments on nis late ut-: new I .wui.MMjrai muk;...

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

Gladitone Spoke In the Rain. One day as Mr. Gladstone was speak- ing from the terra -e rain W'gan to fall. With the first few drops came a voice from the crowd. "Put on your hat Mr. .Gladstone." "No." blandly responded the veteran; "some prefer their hats on; 1 prefer mine off." As the rain fell more heavily JaL Gladstone step- ped behind her ltri.Qnrt ami held an umbrella over his. lure head lit was. over eighty at the time. Mr. Glad stone went fluently on expounding the inerlts of rabbit faming bnt after a time even he noticed the rain and the umbrella. Turning to Mrs. Gladstone he said "I will put my own up my dear' and he did so. Again the elo quent voice galloped on. while the rain became heavier and heavier Prescnt- JyMrs. Gladstone threw a light mackin- tosh over her husband's shoulders. The moment he felt it he turned quick- ly round and with .some asperity said. "I won't have it." He shrugged his Bhoulders. the mackintosh fell and Mrs. Gladstone stepped back. For five minut...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 6 May 1907

lfM-HMM-!3----. p X XE 3S Business In Our eeady-lo-wear Has been exceptionally fine this season. We are constantly receiving new goods to meet the demand. Have just received another shipment ot Hats " Veils and Veiling Children's Hats and Fancy Caps Decorative Pins Flow- 'V-:u' ers and other Novelties in this line. . - Our Skirt trade continues to grow daily. We guarantee a fit in every :' Skirt that leaves the house. Our line of Waists is unexcelled. Our little .. boyfs Wash Suits with stylish Hats and Caps are fast sellers. They are just v . the thing for busy mothers. Rogers Dry Goods company ST IE IE . . Cleveland Sammons of Mercury spent gundav in the city. Will H. Mayes wife and baby went to their Muke Water farm this morninjr to spend the day. Fresh car of "Our Seal" flour just unloaded today. Looney Mercantile Co. Mr. and Mra. C. H. Bencini re- turned this morning from a trip to Fort Worth. Call phone 164 Brownwood Fare Food Dairy. The Wednesday harmony club o-yi meet Wednes...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 7 May 1907

hhhh I I Phone 164 Buy Your Milk From Brownwood PURE FOOD Dairy Phone 164 1 PUWETOUSEGE? Tl A II IT Rl TI I li" I ilf javaKSIfm. X - hi IL VOL. 7. BROWNWOOD. TEXAS TUESDAY MAY 7 1907. NO. 174 j I The meeting of the Church of Paul Allison III. EIIICCT DUIU VCT Ifl ' Christ will continue at the Second jaul Allison has been quite iM MNr J I A N I T I I I jtl Baptist church house on Ave. A Since Friday last with fever. I1UWI 1 g Lj 'Lord's dayEveTybody invited noonfromAl HPrsdeneeto Brownwood Gets an Old Time I Hf) V DPI I A(C 111 SlIUnPF l I 1 tocome. J-o.F. Brill J the home of his sister Mrs. E. Drenchmg-Flcods Streams. 1 I IVr f VI J Lltllwl III iJIIUIsVl l3 I ; J H dl74w29 Elder. g Watson where he wiM be 2 (I I) Even- sorear-Hour -red for until he recovers. MORE THAN TWO INCH FALL JUSt AmVed & UlC OllC ft'llt StOK. I i iH HI is guaranteed unloading a fresh Let us screen you from the m J J M Hi car direct from the mills Loon- Dies big shipment of screen Parity of Stock Water Now ...

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

i -3 The Daily Bulletin i MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors. Entered at the Browmvood Postoffice as Second Class Mail Matter. 'Subscription Per Month.. WILL H. MAYKS Managing Editor. H. P. MAYES Business Manager. . A. TUKKKLL. City Editor.. G- SKITZ Daily Circulator. E. E. KIRKPATRICK Aroi-iate Editor. ; W. R. DULA. Foreman Mech. Dept. The Goldthwaite Eagle does not look like its former self in its new shape but it looks well. In fact the Eagle looks well" in any form. Browmvood is a little bit slow it is admitted but when the old town once gets a move on itself its gait is pretty lively and it usually accomplishes something. ' - It will not be a great 'while now until the legislature and James Hays Quarles will adjourn and let it be hoped the governor ' .will" not deem it necessary to call another session of this body. " v The Austin Tribune the afternoon paper of the Capitol City is to have new life put into it by C. E. Gilbert a veteran news- paperman who knows exactly how to ge...

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