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

inn. Bronchial Coughs. Breathe Hyomei's Healing Air and AH Irrita- tion Will Be Quickly Cured. The moBt irritating; and annoy- ing form of cough is that termed bronchial. (People subjeot to brdnchial ?oubles whenever there is a change in the weather or they are exposed to a draft will 'catoh" a bronchial cough which .is very disagreeable irritating and annoying. . Bronchial trouble cannot be cured by stomach doBing. The mr?.ra f arl oir of r ma! To f Via . . r . i e hiiveaii.tiie t)opiuar cereals on oniy treatment mat reaones me . the mtirt m fla uv i.lVe a largi- affected . Darts and cives relief traic on thnse oods wc bright heavily fconic ot these KOotis Were uemyea'u trans-it ami reached us !ate and as vt have to close them out before hat weather we witl make vou a special low price on Eg-O-istv Wheat Cream. Frieml O.u ami PutTed Kice Try them. - CUT ON BARB WIRE. and cure. It destroys all the disease germs that are present in the nose throat and lungs soothes and relieves the i...

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

7 i: The Daily Belietin HAYES PRINTING CO.. Prous. Entered at the Brownwood PostoSLee as Second-Clase Mail Matter. WillH. .Mayes Managing Editor H. F. Mayes Business Mantiger. C A Tcnkell City Editor. E. E. Kir atrick Asso. Ed. W. R. Ddla Foreman Mech. Dept. E C. Setiz Daily Circulator. Subscription per Month 5Cc TueBday May 7 1907 General News. -. Traffic on the great lakes is . - again 'open. . R. B. Short killed Lee Howprd at Shreveporr Lg. The United Railways of San - Francisco were tied up by a strike. The drug trust has acknow- ledged defeat and will obey the law. Ladybugs are being used to fight green bugs m the wheat belt of Texas. Damage to the wheat crop has revived activity on the Chicago board of trade. i i At a dance near Groveton Ollie Freeman kilted his cousin John Ash worth. . Mexico will send an ultimatum to Guatemala demanding the surrender of Lima at once. It is reported that another mine has been discovered in the vicinity of the national ? nbJy in Gutemala. A so...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 7 May 1907

T ( t We Do Not Criticise You. You are hardly to becriticised when you say that you have no use for a bank account. . The average person who has never had a bank accofapt feels the same way. He sees where the business and professional man as well as the private citizen of lare means are com- pelled to j&ive a place for the safe keeping of their funds but he thinks that the bank would not want to be bothered with his small busi- ness nor does he think it necessary to deposit his small earnings or income. You would be surprised to know how small some of our customer's accounts are yet we prize such customers highly because we know it is to their interest to keep a bank account and because it makes the bank friends to have them. If you have not been convinced of this fact we hope you will give us a trial and we believe that if you will open an account with us you will never regret it. We have eveiy convenience usually kept in a well regulated bank for the transaction of business an...

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

iSPIT Bill BILLS Errors That Si cSiast the Watch - fui Treasury Inspectors. MOST CURIOUS BLUNDER. A National Bank Note Which ts For $50 on One Side and. For $100 on the Other Side How the Error Was Made and How It Was Discovered Imperfect or misprinted hunk notes onietimcs though rarely slip past the eyes of Oie inspectors in the United States bureau of engraving and print- ing. It is'sxid Unit a fifty dollar na- tional liank note wa the most remark- able misprint - Out c ever escaped the government employees and found its way into circulation. . It was discovered iu k peculiar way. A clerk In a Chicago liotel in making up his account One day found a dis crepancy he couldn't explain. Hot placed the. pile of bills on hts left hand Ride and as he enuiMed each one turn- ed the note Over and deposited it on a pile at his right. He found that when Je counted from ' left to right his eati exactly Imlauced. but when he connied It buck again a shortage of STWi was hown. . After spending two...

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

IE IE XI X01 7 i n r . The Ill Rogers Dry Goods Co. j ILi ! i. -1 - oi ii-n icii ic meal cM'M? LETTER FROM HARDY. The Bulletin Today Receive! the Fol- lowing Lclt-r From G. W. Hardy: Mayes Print ng Co. Brovmwood Texas. Gentlemen : T reoeived a oopy of the Daily yesterday. I got morenew8 from Brownwood and Brown oounty from that one issue than my friends'would have written me in a month. Put me down on the 50000 club list. I think that is the best move Brownwood busi- ness men have made in a long time. It is regular winter time here. I am well in faot I am in muoh belter shape than I eve" " expected to be again. I think I . will be at home in a few days. "With best regards I am yours very truly G. W. HARDY. Keep the Daily comine. Capt H. W. McGhee returned j yesterday morning from a busi- ness trip to Austin Llano and other places. j Dr. R. L. Farris Osteopathic' Physician over Armstrong Jew-: .-dry Co. Phone 568 d&wtf Judcre T. C. Wilkinson return - - 1 ed last night from Brady ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 8 May 1907

Phone 164 Buy Your' Milk From Brown wood PURE FOOD Dairy DAILY BULLETIN. Phone 164 PUBLIC STORAGE WAREHOUSE Drink . SECV RJTY BRAND ' JAVA Bend MOCHA COFFEE Packed by IMPORTERS COFFEE CO.i New Orleans CHAS. G1DDEN8 Exclusive Local Agint SBf Henley & Co. hona 2. 'J VOL.7. BROWNWOOD. TEXAS WEDNESDAY MAY 8 1907. NO. J 75 I r f i . f r Brought Bride Home. Horace Wilson returned yes- terday from ATden Texas bring- ing with him his newly made bride who was formerly Miss Ada Davis. The young couple were married at the home of the bride's parents last Friday and have bean spending several days at that place. Mr. Wilson is a representative young business man of this city and his host of friends extend congratulations. His bride is a charming and popular young lady of Arden and is welcomed into our mi dst. Hear the Duet. At the benefit for the Howard Payne band tomorrow night Profs. Gaither and Hopfengartner will play a duet on the cornet and clarinet Hear it and you will be pleased. To G...

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

i i h any JBuiietm I I teierai News. I MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors. D 5 I V 1 . Entered at the Brownwood Postoftice as Second Class Mail-Matter. Subscription Per Month. . '. . . WILL H. MAYES Managing Editor. H. F: MAYES. Bttsine.-.s Manager. ( ". A. TUNIS' KLL. City "Editor. E. C. SE1TZ Daily Circulator. E. E. KlRKPATRICKAssoctate Editor. W. R. DULA. Foreman Moch. Dept. SHOULD BE CREDITED TO THE POST. ' The article in yesterday's Bulletin headed "The Jenkins Fallacy" was from the editoral columns of the Houston Post and should have been credited to that paper. The Bulletin does not believe that taxation should be placed upon the old line com- panies out of the state with a view to driving- them from the state Tbut thinks that they should berequired to invest a portion of their earnings here and should be allowed to take only a certain part of the premiums beyond the state for investment. The Robertson bill appears on a hasty examination to be a fair one. to the companies and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 8 May 1907

f. I m 50 oetyio to refund does aU th Women Pay More. Why Insurance Companies Discriminate A gains the Gentle Sex. iMedioal examiners of insur- ance companies say that the rea- son a woman nays more for the privilege of insuranoe than a man I is froraie-faot that women more readily U"viotims to indigestion and stomach troubles and the' fatal silmentB that spring from these causes. All persons they say who have a weakened digestive sys- tem and suffer from sick head- ache dizzy spells distress after eating speokB before the eyeB bloatinr nervousness sleepless ness and the many other symp- toms of indigestion soon lower the tone of the whole system and are most susceptible to a fatal ill- neBB. For curative power in all stom- ach troubles nothing else is as safe yet effective nothing else can be thoroughly relied upon to relieve all troubles from indiges- tion aB Mi-o-na. It is unlike ant remedy heretofore known and is really one of the valuable discoveries" in modern medioal Boienoe....

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

The Daily Btilletm MAYES PRINTING CO.. Prous. Entered at the Brownwood Postoffice an Second-Class Mail Matter. WillH. Mayes Ianaging Editor i ' H. F. Mayes Business Manager. ! G A. Tcnnkll City Editor. E. E. Kikkpatrick. Asso. I d. ' W. R. Ddla Foreman Mech. Dept. " E. C. SEITZ Daily Circulator. Subscription per Mouth 50c Wednesday May S 1907 Happiness and Riches 2s ot so very long ago a rich woman iook tier me oecause sue had nothing to do and was heartily tired of her manner of Jiuug jni iwi u. JltllUi IlllH' note-behmd saying that she was of absolutely no use to anybody and probably she had come to make herself believe that what precipitate actions us these are what make people believe it is -impossible to be happy though iriGb. However there are many things that the rich person can do that would tend to disprove ine gloomy view ot me that drove the poor rich woman to suic ide. Mrs. James Henry wife of New '.England's lumber kng. who is worthfabout $20000000 is busy in her home f...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 8 May 1907

S 5 We Do Not Criticise You. You are hardly to be criticised when you say that you have no use for. a bank account. The average person who has never had a bankcount feels the same way. He sees where the business and professional man as well as the private citizen of large means are com- pelletflp have a place for the safe keeping of their funds but he thinks that the bank would not want to be bothered with his small busi- ness nor does he think it necessary to deposit his small earnings or income. You would be surprised to know how small some of our customers" accounts are yet we prize such customers highly because we know it is to their interest to keep a bank account and because it makes the bank friends to have them. If you have not been convinced of this fact we hope you will give us a trial and we believe that if -you will open an account with us you will never regret it. We have every convenience usually kept in a well regulated bank for the transaction of business and the saf...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 8 May 1907

In Proof of Our Contention That advertising in a well circulated newspaper like THE BULLETIN pays as no other means or method can we submit the following news item taken from the last issue of the National PrinterJournalist : ' . "The strike on the newspapers at Butte and Anaconda Mont. has ended and the printers have returned to work on. the old scale that was Jn effect prior to May 1906. ' The papers claimed . that the demands of the union were unreasonable and stopped publi- cation during (the six weeks that the printers held out. The fact that during the suspension of the newspapers the local merchants although they resorted to a most liberal use of handbills lost over sixty per cent of their business is a matter of no small interest to . members of the press and. the business public as well. It was a most forcible and striking illustration of the value of the newspaper advertising and the wonderful promoting power of the newspapers. A great loss was suffered by the publishers a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 8 May 1907

THE rtUB&Efi TREE. How the Milk Is Treated After the Plant ts Tapped. Para ruhhii- is obtained from a. largo tree sity feet UlgVi. Tin trees sire tnp- ped Su the ov5ng. and the juice is w collected on tFitei:vinir morning. A deep horizontal ineiion is made near the bate of the tree ami then from it Jrertiear one extending up the trunk wTth others at. hort distances lu an oblique direction. Small shallow cups made from elav and dried In the sua are placed lrt-low the Incisions to re celve the milk each etip being attach- ed' by sticking a piece f soft clay to the tree and pressing the cup against It Each tree yields only about six ounces uf juice In three days. To produce the rubber the juice s heated In the following manner: A piece of wood about three feet long with a liaitened day mold at one end of it. L dij.ld in the milk or this Is placed over it s evenly as possible. Tlie milk is then carefully dried by turning tlc mAt round anil round in a -white vaior obtained by healing...

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

.t xor as Good Place to Trade. DA u We pride ourselves on having a good store at which to trade. In the first place we have everything usually found in Dry Goods stores of the better class; then we have a large stock from which to select; a larger variety than most stores competent salespeo- ple up-to-date merchandise lowest prices- We buy in quantities we sell in quantities. Better Buy Your Boy a New Suit for Commencement. We are happy to say that we are well supplied with Boys Clothing and can please you in style quality and Lprice. Rogers Dry Goods 3ri j.1 IE O IF at Co.l n Dr. R. L. Farris Osteopathic Physician over Armstrong Jew- elry Go. Phone 568 d&wtf Burgess Weaver of Santa Anna spent the night in the city. EL E. Conway went to Talpa fhis morning on a brief business trip. John Hewett of Zephyr went to Bangs this morning on busi- ness. Harry Scott of Ballinger was in the city this morning en route home from a trip to Fort Worth. The Brownwood band will play in front of t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 15 May 1907

4 Pftoite'. 164 uy Your Mi'IIT From Brcwnwbod ; PURE " FOO P'hone 164 PUBLIC STORAGE WAREHOUSE. E. B. Henley Jc Co. Phone 1. Drink I iECVRiTV BR. AND JAVA andMOCHAtOFFF.F . Packed by IMPORTERS COFFEE CO. tievf Orleans CHAS GiPDEtSi tyxelnnive Local cnt VOL. BROWN WOOD. TEXAS WEDNESDAY. MAY 15 NO. 181 10 I We build old hat; oyer. S. II Fill ; make them stylish. or sell one fresh from style center dtf ' Miss McII.utehon Plans are Now Being Arranged n Is Possibly Fatall Burned By H'iwuwmbb mm mm J 1 n m: t Explosion of Gasoline Stove. SZlHR if I E ! I i to for a Fine Building. THE MONEYJSNOW READY And it is Up to Building Committee to Decide on the Architecture of the Proposed Building. For more than a year the Masons of Brownwood have been intending to enlarge their build- ing on East Broadway and we learn now that everything is! ready to begin the work except j letting the contract and deciding1 TO THE- RESCUE on the exact aichi lecture. In j ofher words the financial partf has. been...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 15 May 1907

1 - V i NOW IS THE TIME To buy your commencement suit before the stock is broken We are showing some extraordinary good values at $J0.and $12.50 in fanjy checks and blue serges. We have a very large assortment for $15.00 and $16.50 and for $18.00 and $20.00. We can show you one of the prettiest lines you have ever seen. Don t fail to see us before you buy we can save you money. t y t I ' - I I'v r L- : - ' - ........... - . i : I The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING CO.. Props. Entered at the Brownwood Po6toffiee ar? " Second-Class Mail Matter. Will H. Mayes Managing Editor .H. R. Mayes Business Manager. C A. ToNEX.i.Citv Editor. E. E. Kikkpatbh k Asso. Ed. W. R. Dola Foreman Mech. Dept. E . C Skitz Daily Circulator. Subscription per Month 50c Wednesday May 15 1907 TEXAS MAIL SERVICE. Muy New Rural Routes Added Since ' Last Year and Great Number of i Petition Pending. I Washington D. C May 13. The Teport on the operations of the rural delivery service for the month of April made public...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 15 May 1907

'GOLLESE DORMITQRYI Work Will Begin on Big Build- ing Monday Morning. KILL BliU I THE SROVEf' Girl s Dormitory for Daniel Baker Col- "Jege Will be Placed in the Center - of the Big Oak Grave. Dirt will foe broken Monday for. a- bisr dormitory for Daniel ? Baker. College. This was defi- nately decided upon yesterday aftrrjoon at a meeting of thef executive committee of the board. It is. intended to have the work well under way by the time commencement begins. The plans for the building call f or a structure of immense propor - tions and to cost in the -neigh- borhood of $25000 but only the ! east wing will be begun next! week. '1 his wing will cost about SQ00 and altogether the com- mittee has only about $2500 sub- scribed at the present time it is intended to start the work and keep men in the field soliciting funds with which to complete the' building. Beautiful Site Selected A beautiful site has been select- ed for the Girls' Dormitory. The building will be placed in the center of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 15 May 1907

H 1 - I 0 Ji 1 - it ( 1 1- ha vt The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors. Entered .at the Brownwood I'osloflice as Second Class Mail Matter. - Subsofipuoti T'cv Month. WILL H. MAYK.S. lUanaiftng Editor. H. P. MAYES. Business Manager. E. C. SEITZ. Daily tTjrculator. W K. IH'LA WATCH BROIIOD Today s Bulletin Contains Notice Urge Number of Buildings. icily and Constable Owen Olive -SOMETHING NEAR 575JI0Oil "Worth i Ne w 'Mam: and Krick tiuitjinir nounccd In TheM Otlutnri!. Ttd3 Krov-nvrntMi Oruinz. Watch Erownwood grow. The t r n . . .columns of this paper todcy con - tain notices of neavlyeventy- j claimed furthermore that he al- five thousand dollars' worth of 'most broke up one or two indi- new buildings to Joe started with- in the next ten days or two :weeks. The Daniel Baker Col- lege dormitory which when completed will cost .$25000. The big candy factory which by the way is one of;the best things; Brownwood has received in some time. to cost in the neighborhood nf 2...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 15 May 1907

CLIMB 1 I Em Don't be content to remain at the bottom but get on the ladder and begin to climb. Reaching the top is only a question of per- severance. Not of your ability to earn but to save a little each week or month. If you have no bank account make your first deposit with us today- We offer absolute security and help in climbing to independence and wealth. Consult us about your business affairs. Make use of our vaults for free storage of your valuable papers. If you want to borrow money 'call on us. We sell bank drafts or money orders on all the principal cities in the United States and for- eign countries at low rates. The Brownwood National Bank. No Loans Due the Bank By Its Officers. Officers and Directors : T. C. YANTI.S 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. TOIL" OS The Commencement Exercises TARGET RANGE TALK That a Joint Will be pened This Evening. SHERIFF 13 W...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 15 May 1907

Pi . I " - "'. ; - ml Kflv office H j sai aii y .A '' .'" "X-." - . or in That advertising in a weli circu- lated newspaper like THE BULLE- TIN pays as no other means or method can we submit the following news item taken from the last issue of the National Printer-Journalist: "The strike on the newspapers at Butte and Anaconda Mont. has ended and the printers have returned to work on the old scale that was in effect prior to May 1906. The papers claimed that the demands of the union were unreasonable and stopped publi- cation during the six weeks that the printers held out. The fact that during the suspension of the newspapers the local merchants although they resorted to a most liberal use of handbills lost over sixty per cent of their business is a matter of no small interest to members of the press and the business public as well. It was a most forcible and striking illustration of the value of the newspaper advertising and the wonderful promoting power of the newspapers. A great...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 15 May 1907

OMENS AND fcONARGHS. me ttnu i nai nave Attencea L-erta.n English Coronations. Omon shod M be regarded -eri-ouslv hv monair-h- if there i truth . in tho -lories of incidents thai have attended the coronations of certain English king-. The; wearing c while for -ampie. oii s-teh at oc-oc tion is -aid In have. been pnriieulai -falal. Alone of all the Briti-i. Kr-iOVPreijns Ch:irJe 1 :u rohful i; while al his coronation. The chrot- ielcrs say that thi- happened puiv'y by acnidont. "When the ill fat ; prime formally 'assumed the crown in IfivTi it .chanced Uiat all tho pis pie olvot at the lime to he found i London -was not snUb-ioni lo npp' a rolo. and there was no time - send 11 Genoa or elsewhere more. Long years before the -o'ronaiiou. 6f i he second of tho Stuart kiin misfortune- had hoon predicted o a white king -of Kngland. and uiv 1 no man's life oor more- fully bor cut stub a prediction. White f" loweit the unliic-Ky l.naries even i the grave. A ft or the thnhiono king's executi...

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