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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 14 November 1895

'1 iili. -i V 4: V-. if ;1 I- :i Li i A- ii '''I Til l-;V:-v- 3- - 1 ' --r- mwnujoi Bulletin appfeme:Gt Browmvood November 14 1895. Coleman Monday night Mrs W. D Armstrong is visit-! ing her mother in Temple this; week and is siIk attending the Northwest Texas Conference in session there. The gospel meetings nightly at R rf It' n trn n rl is imHinn lw .lf..-. rPK. 11 -.i ' . . '. ' -b-b M " incwiuweu nronicie recite Mr. Br6oke Smith is to hav& uiu year irom our neighbor towns a' -succession of accidents which another land sale as soon as -thd Seethe Pnyton Comedy Com if not fatal would be amusing weather will permit. . 'l pany at the Oper.i House nexi Imagine the gentleman's feelings Arrived last week at the home Mondav night after the following a fw rl.n.3 -r i t . . '.. .. . 0 a " " ui tur jomi uooawin in uoggin Ere another issue of this paper aS Mr- Jff McCain who lives addition a handsome luby boy a wedding will take place in ear he line of Lee and Burleson Migs Ledl)etl who...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 14 November 1895

HERE WE ARE! OUR SUPPLY STORE. -4 iM A 45000 finest line of Mm Cloth 111 DeGlafk & 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. A Good Example. A jewelry house in Temple has lately inaugurated a prize "ad" contest offering a valuable prem- ium to the one who should send in the best original ad regarding the jewelry establishment. Over eighty -were received and the prize a gold watch was awarded to a lady. Our Brownwood jewelers might take the suggestion with profit to them- selves since a hint to the wise is not despised. Complimentary. Will H. Mayes the talented editor of the Brownwood Bul- letin and manager of the Texas Entertainment Bureau under whose auspices the Ladies Cecilian Quartette are now touring was in the city yesterday with them and paid The Tribune a pleasant call. Mr. Mayes is the author of "Ran- dom Thoughts" in The Bulletin's columns arti...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 14 November 1895

RANDOM THQUCHTS. We have had all kinds of weath- er in the last eek. Yesterday a cold rain fell dampening the ground and throwing its chilly j breath into the houses. To-day I the sun is shining brightly and i from my study door I can hear the ! birds callinc to each other in the sweet chirrup of Last night I hugged the corner by ' the fire-place to keep warm but to-day I have walked up and down in the sunshine and thought the weather delightful. The weather prophets say it will not long re main this way and that we may expect cold disagreeable weather Just In Time. The president of an accident in- surance company strictlv in the m i v - - - line of advertising his business has been telling a wonderful story which he locates in Brooklyn were numerous trolley accidents occur. He says: "Some time ago a large policy holder in my com- pany was "run over by a trolley car summer time. "ia 11BuliCS puiuiuuy urusneu. lie remained conscious alter the shock for three minutes . during which ti...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 14 November 1895

Topeka's Girl Blacksmith. Topeka Kan. has a young wo- man aged 17 Adele Pollock by name who for amusement learned to turn a horseshoe in her father's blacksmith shop. At a recent en tertamraent lor the benelit ot a church Miss Adele appeared in a match against two of the most ex- pert blacksmiths in the city. Three portable forges were placed upon the stage. Each of the contestants was allowed a helper to blow th Dellows. fane appeared in a very workmanlike garb a corduroy skirt and leather apron. Her com petitors smiled indulgently at her when time was called but became anxious then alarmed and finally discomfited when she turned and cast a perfect horseshoe before the judges in less than four minutes. The curtain dropped on the pretty picture of the flaming forge and a few minutes later Miss Pollock ap- peared among her friends daintily clad in white and charmed all . by her graceful manner. 1 Dublin Likes it. Dublin voted local option for term of two years. That time ex pired on ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 14 November 1895

Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report Royal ABSOLUTELY PURE BROWNWObD BULLETIN. J. W." ( Qgcc QTcr 1 McFARLAND Toed. J DENTIST 1st Nat. Bank Brownwoed Next Monday night Nov. 18th Prof. A. W. Hawks open his lect season in Texas. Judge R. P. Connor left for Hillsboro Tuesday moraine and returned last night. A reception will be given Dr. and Mrs. B. A. Fowler . to-night at the home of Mrs. J.R. Loo'ney. a Diina preacher discoursed on the streets of Brownwood Wednes day evening. His wife accompa nied him. The streets leading to Coggin Addition are impassable to pedes trians. This is nothing unusual however. The Episcopal ladies were com pelled to postpone their oyster supper on account of the heavy rains last week. The Methodist choir has added three new instruments which will give additional pleasure to those attending that church. In the past twelve days the sun was not seen by Brownwood peeple for eight days on account of rain and cloudy weather. Mr. Wilbur Smi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 21 November 1895

I- f 1 ...1 '. t ' iimm VOL. XI. BROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY NOVEMBER 21 1895. i NO. 4 I I I '"oil. T i 'PS. w 5 1 .. . 1" -s:; . M UJ r? S 1 CO ? ... si- . 4k .c; 1 ri fcaesj Km H ERE ARE Ql In the Clothing trade here but none carry the large and complete assortment that you will see at our store One entire floor devoted to Clothing. One -price to the people that the lowest t COGGIN & GILLIAM BROS. Dry Goods arid Clothing Hustlers. CO m m c. CO 6:xkkcko .Suits for Men S3. 50 and up. Suits for Boys 75c. and up. EXTRA VALUES. EXTRA x3 ..ir-.'f 1 m v 1 is j m 1 1 ""' O 1 1 a' jo ; 1 -g-. IS i 1 ; .0 m S - .!: .. rf3&f5&rfer 0. Q. .O. .O O. O o - F Dad please take me to 0 E NDER SON'S H I Selling More Clothing Than Any House In Brownwood. He Eas jthe largest: assortment neatest patterns and most servidea clothing shoii only $3.00. A V: d be made. ; He sells boys' suits for 75c. and dad you Me materials and ma ban get one for voulf sellf for He Has An Immense Stock of Overcoats...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 21 November 1895

Real JOHN Y. RANKIN SR. Brownwood Texas. Estate and General Agent. OFFICE ESTABLISHED IN 1869. Exchange Bureau for all Kinds ;ot 1 Property Personal or Real. j Depositions taken deeds and all legal conveyances written and acknowledgements taken. T ZEBerrt -A-g-errt AND ABSTRACTOR OF LAND TITLES. Live stock and ranches farm ranch and mineral lands for sale 1 to 10000 acre tracts. Lands partitioned or divided between :rs. Reports made on lands. Intelligence find Employment Oiiice. Will secure the scrvicds of farm and railroad hands and domes- ticsjfor families or places for the unemployed. Lands rendered for taxefs 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 wit'h-descriptive matter of our magnificent country. 200000 acres of iyalley land susceptable of irrigation at prices now ranging from Ssj to s'rs per' acre which with irrigati...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 21 November 1895

4 1 IXttBMCfUWn 4! I TJiis 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 . By the people who buy from them more. (This tale you have read when a child j "And it makes j'ou grow weary and smile;. f'Our Goods Below Cost" .. .V And thus they have lost ; j 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 no strife At thp Big Bargain Store with two fronts. For there they haye 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 . Ihey will say to" you you'...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 21 November 1895

A HE PEOPL That they had rather trade with A' Good Honest' House than to be pullled around by a street drummer to a Snide House with a small stock of shelf-worn goods and then have to pay for the song and dance that was put up to get them in there:- Ram :4-. " a 3 LBE ( :.. Smi g BUY FF Have No Street Drummer to worrv vou but thev have eot the largest stock ' - - - J J J : . .. . goods clothing shoes carpets trunks or anything else kept in a first class drj house that you -will find in town. We have two rooms two stories high and a all full of goods that we will sell you just as cheap as the street drummer promises to do. of dry Sfoods allery LARGEST HOUSE as N TOWN. . . romRamey Smith & Co Brownwood Bulletin.! ' i.i.r i. nding j j-much tune talent and money. f ' in talkinir ui) Dublin. Dublin Is a -flnoplace and lias a good trade Entered at the postoflice at Urdwn- wood. Ilex. as second-class mad matter. I7je.as4 PUULISUED EVEKY TlIDKSDAY B I WILL H. 3AY"ES. - Editor sndiProp'r...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 21 November 1895

4 DeGlark THE. JEWELERS AND OPTICIANS Are prepared for the fall trade. SEE THEIR WATCHES CLOCKS AND JEWELRY. Mail orders receive prompt attention. Fine repairing Opera Htewise Friday Night Nov. 2 2nd. FRANK JONES' Cfliiiiiii A line comeilv equalled bv few ex-' Hams; Brownwood. celled by none a rich treat for fun lov- j a new election his been ordered m? people the bfst thin? on the C oraere(l American sta?e. One night only at at Brownwood to decide whether JJernay's opera house. The most "real- or no r:tv vill rumiin drv istie play ever brought in Brown wobil. 1 r 1101 Ulat Clt um remam . ar) Real full sizul thresher steamboat and f Both pros and unties seem confi- trainofcars. Exavtly as advertised- j dent of success. This will doubt- ONE NIGHT ONLY less be one of the most exciting Friday November sand j "iV?"1 """"T" ama ay"r 'J held at Brownwood. BERNAY'S OPERA HOUSE. j Among the applicants for: the Fast Feedinc'. The Bulletin's record for type- setting has not been equalled jor ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 21 November 1895

T j They Swapped Legs. SMaj. John W. Burst of Chicago who was quartermaster general of the G. A. R. under Cotmnander-in- chief Lawler last year is one of the greatest practical joters in the country and his mirthful propen sities will peep out at the least .shadow of a chance for fun. Col. Jack Stephens also of Chicago is not so much given that tay and very often can't see any- fun in Burst's nonsense. Both lost their' right legs near the hip during the war and while Burst is about five fct seven inches in height.. Steph en is pretty close to sixfeet-in his stockings. Burst was on the G. A. R. national pension committee for several years and his duties in that line took him to Washington . frequently. On one of his visits he "registered at one of. the uptown hotels with his friend Stephens and after transacting some business anu naving consiuerauie um wiui the boys they retired for the night occupying the same room. The next morning Burst was wandering slowly down F: street apparent...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 21 November 1895

Ram's Horns. The devil never makes any final movements for which God is not prepared. Put a pig in a parlor and its first question will be "Well where's 'Otir mud?" Tli ere are a good many things' the devil can't do without the help of a hypocrite. Whoever gives as God prospers him will never have to stop giving for lack of funds. Until we arc willing to do all in our power to answer our prayer Ave do not pray. The man who can learn from his own mistakes can always be learn- ing something. Whenever God's chariot comes to a standstill it is because there are obstacles in the Avay that hu- man hapds can remove. Before we try to lead others we ought to be sure that we are qlose- ly following Christ. Many are willing to do what God wants them to do who don't Avaiit to be what he wants them to be. The nian-who puts the bottle to his neighbor's lips first puts a nail through the hand of Christ. The devil's work in this world has always been most hindered by those who were most like Christ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 21 November 1895

Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U.S. Gov't Report RoYal Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE BROWNWOOD BULLETIN. J. W. McFARXAND DENTIST Office over 1st Nat. Bank. Brownwood. Good streets are a necessity. We need good streets hs well as prohibition. ! i . i j Mr. Maurice Hall spent- a few days in San Angelo last week. I II. G. Crosby the Brownwood cjotton buyer paid a brik' visit to omanche Monday. The town can't afford; to have such sorry streets. It; detracts from custom and trade. ! j Lawyers Jenkins Woodward Goodwin and others went to Brady Sunday to attend court j .It is not muddy on the streets inw but there is no telling when a will need good slreetsjagain. Mesdames J. AV Spangenberg and C. E. Brown attended the an- nual conference at Temple last 4ek. I' I Mr. Marshall Smith came down frinn Dublin Sunday nisi t. aiten-J T 1 ded church in our city .and' re turned Monday morning. A party of hunters aim . fisher men left our citv last week bound fen: the west expecting to be ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 28 November 1895

31 wit :.f- W - h VOL. XI. BKOWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY NOVEMBER 28 1895. H fSm BC1 rm " BpEj ll H h JB MH B k 1 K NO. y. 4r y:; In your clothes you will search in vain if you bought them of us. We make it a point to have made built to fit the subject and to endure the strain and rough usage most men. give their clothing. Not every suit in our house made on the same pattern .not every suit the same size will fit every man. is to fit and please. No one knows the wants of the people better than we do no one works harder for your trade- than we do. ; jWe work for. your trade and want and will appreciate it. COGGIN & GILLIAM B them well - O ur aim BOTHERS Dry Goods and Clothing Hustlers. That's wlhat we are doing. We keep up. reducing prices. We are keeping up giving patrons the .blest .bargains ever given in iirownwood. VV e are given up to be the ; KEEPING IT - Dry We will LEADERS In good values and low prices. Don't buy a.dollar's worth of Goods. Clothing Shoes And Hats Until you get...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 28 November 1895

i JOHN Y. RANKIN SR. Brownwood Texas. Real Estate arid General Agent. I 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. i Bent ugerxt a AND ABSTRACTOR OF LAND TITLES. Live stock and ranches farm in 40 to 10000 acre tracts. Lands owners. Reports made" on lands. Intelligence and Employment Office. Will secure the services of farm and railroad hands 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 Si 5 per acre which with irrigation will be worth S40 to $75 per acre. All properties placed in m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 28 November 1895

II. I ' I . II ... .-1 t This song you have heard long before -That Dry Gcrods arelower and lower: Of the Big Bargain Store Ii is told o'er and o'er ' 1 By. the people who buy from them more. Thin tale you have read when a child iAnd it makes .you grow weary and smile; "Our Goods Below Cost" And thus they have lost i'Xheir 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 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. Go there and price free . iFrom 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 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 28 November 1895

The People Say '1'' That they had rather trade with A Good Ho.iiest" House than to be pulled' around by - - - J j. w ki j v blClV V ILtl J 1 J J JA V11VU a v mt-m I j ; j a street drnmmpr f-n n CtiJH Hrkiic witVi n cmll stork of shelf-worn p-norls ahrl then r-" - w w i. vv e. x 111 VI 1 IvUJv - - - & 1 ' have to pay for the song and dance that was put up to get them in .there. Ramey Smith & Co. 0 Have No Stlet 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.la m Brownwood Bulletin. Entered at the postoffice at Brown- wiood.Tex. as second-class mail matter. Published Eveuy Thursday by WILL H. MAYES. Editor and rbp'r HERVEY MAYES. Ass't. Etiitor. IHA HALIi - Asst. .Business M...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 28 November 1895

A T "T- Some people won't day before Christmas. while our different lines the selection is easier choicest and the prices are no higher. We endeavor to please all. - DeClark & Son Leading Jewelers Brownwood. Have Been Furnished. The parties below. Jiving out of Brownwood have been furnished with dry goods this past weelc from the immense establishment of Cog- gin & Gilliam Bros. Brownwood Texas: SAN SABA COUNTY. ' Mrs. Bob Wilson and family Mr. Wakefield Mr. Jim Wilson Mrs. Hilton Miss Ellen Yarga Miss Minnie Wakefield Mr. Grif- fin Mr. Crockett Josh Philen; Mr. McKenzie. M'CULLOCH COUNTY. Mr. Glasscock Mr. Edwards Mr. Vogle and family Hughie Rice Mr. Nobbett and boys Mr. Cutsinger Mrs. Badley Mr. Gil- breth J. F. Gault Mr. Holland. BROWN COUNTY. J. G. Rice and lady C. W. Bai lev and ladv. W. K. Wilson Mr. y i Davis and lady Mr. Routh Luther McCay Mr. Reed J. L. Kinney and lady Miss Maggie Williams Mr. King and son J no. Keesee Edgar McKinney and lady. Collie j Daniell and l...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 28 November 1895

A Drummers Advice. The following words are taken from a drummer's card. Being pert inent and appropriate for use for practice in every day life we puo- lise them. "Do not keep the alabaster boxes ofyoiir love and tenderness sealed up until your friends are dead. Fill their lives with sweetness. Speak approving cheering words while their ears can hear them and while their hearts can be thrilled and be Imade happier; the kind things you mean to say when they are gone say be- fore they go. The flowers you mean to send for their coffins send to brighten and sweeten-thelr homes before they leave them. If my friends have alabaster boxes laid away full of fragrant perfumes of sympathy and affection which they intend to break over my body I would much rather they would bring them out in my weary and troubled hours and open hem that I may be refreshed and cheered while I need them. I would rather have a plain coffin without a flower a funeral without an eulogy than a life without the sweetne...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 28 November 1895

J J What Cod Gives a Boy. A hody to live in and keep clean and healthy and as a dwelling for his mind and a temple for his soul. A pair of hands to use for him- self and others but. never against others for himself. A pair of feet to do errands of love and kindness and charity and business but not to loiter in places of mischief or temptation or sin. A pair of lips to keep pure and unpolluted by tobucco and whisky and to speak true kind brave words but not to make a smoke stack of or a swill trough. A pair of ears to hear the music of bird and tree and rill and human voice but not to give heed to what the tempter says or to what dis- honors God or his mother. A pair of eyes to see the beau- tiful the good and the true God's fingerprints in the flower and field and snowflake but not to feast on unclean pictures or to blotches that Satan daubs and calls pleasure. A mind to remember and reason and decide and store up wisdom and impart it to others but not to- be turned into a chip bask...

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