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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 28 November 1895

Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report Roy ABSOLUTELY PURE BROWNWOOD BULLETIN. f..W. McFARLAND DENTIST . nnire over 1st 5fat. Bank. Brownwood. Hear Judge Farrar tonight. The price of wood has about reached normal this week. i Brownwood can't complain about ifltting her share of cotton this I'car. j Gol. G. W. Mahoney . will ad- dress the antis at the- opera house Friday night. Monday we experienced the first snow of the season. It looked like winter for a few hours. Hon. W. K. Homnn of Pallas will deliver an address on prohibi- tion at Sigman hall Friday night. "I Few men on the platform can t'ell a story as well as Judge Far- rar who will entertain atBernay's tp-night. ; Mrs. Hattic Murphy after an extended visit to her mother in this city returned Wednesday to Ker. home in-Kansas City. . ! Mr. D. K. Renfro of Marlin uksin visitor in Brown wood yes- terday. He still has atfonduess fr Brownwood and lier people. (Mrs. H. J. DeClark;has the thanks of The Bulletin...

Publication Title: Brownwood Bulletin
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 5 December 1895

innimiHul VOL. XT. BROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY DECEMBER 5S 1895. NO. 6.. Extra Length :X Mpl J nil IP Four-in-hands new shape Tecks- new line of Puffs an Flats just opened at our store. . We are. talking afyout heckwea They are the finest we have ever owned the most. a: it f t -A. Elegant and Elaborate Patterns New colorings new weaves. Select your neckwear for Christina ft ii early. The patterns will soon be picked over. SILK MUFFLERS for men all prices and designs. Coggin & Gilliam -If 4 'A Hi '4' pM Ig V THE DRY GOODS MEN. II ... 1 KEEPING IT UP ;.Jt. -LI- If- That's 'what we are doing. We keep up reducing prices. We are keeping up gilin- i ii it i 1 J.l T" ' - J ITT i . t :l i !P patrons tne pest Bargains ever given in xrownwuo.u. we are given up to oe tne ; I. T-.l :?1 it LEADERS In good values and low prices. Don't buy a dollar's worth of : Pur .1 Dry Goods. Clothing Shoes And Hats Until you get our prices We will save you money for we carry everything. F. W. HENDERSON. T. C....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 5 December 1895

Brown wood Texas. ate ; '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. . Bent -.grerrt : AND : : 1 ABSTRACTOR OF LAND TITLES. Live stock and ranches farm ranch and mineral lands for sale in 40 to 10000 acre traqts. Lands partitioned or divided between owners. Reports made on lands. Intelligence ;. and Employment Oflice. 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 lof lands and properties for sale or exchange fl irnished on application y.-ith descriptive matter of our magnificent ountry. 200000 acres of valley land susceptable of irrigation at prices now ranging from S j to Si 5 per acre which with irrigation i ill be wor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 5 December 1895

D. II. fEENT Jbro3ideut; J .C. WBAELLET. Vicc-l'rei-ident ; A. Ii. TRENT Cashier; W. H THOMPSON Asc't Casblor. The First N ational Bs ii$ song 3'0ti have.henrd'longljf'fGH' That Dry Goods are lower and-lojvkrr Brownwood Texas Paid ap Capital S1S0.Q00. -' Sm-plas 28000 0 i the Big Bargain Store ' ir m udd o or and o'er til tin iknmlk ilin lint. rriti .lliAiik'tiftntf' 'J! r AJJ tjll jflWfriw iwiu uuv 11 Will JlJkl..ti--- It1 s Kiid it makes iu grow weary' uiid ktnUc:ly"l it ItlOSt and Strontltast Ranlc In Rrnujnwnnd. i yur iioous ueiow uost 1 . - .. ' Ai... I"l 1- 1 . .1 . . i ' 'i.i'ja- individual Worth of Stockholders S6.500.000. ; Ancl thus they have lost jf't f if"! i rlli en-money by piles and by piles ' lint brother you know how it works - i'Jliy Hts and by; spells and by jar kg. ; The Big Bargain Store Is belling cheap sure V And they will not rob you like Turks. (fcp' see them and tell them your wants -Atjthe store where Will Savage. most hauntKV i rpi- ...:r ' - - j j aivc m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 5 December 1895

f DO YOU WEAR CLOTHING? For the rest of the year we will give 10 Per Cent Off of our entire stock of Clothing. fJ JO TTOfTIr Is ULUCU larger than it ever was at any j VUlV VVlV tjme previous .anj We have decided to sy PUT THE PRICES DOWN And make it move. See our $2.50 Suits for men and 50 Geilf Suits for boys. . ' j jWe also have the largest stock of Dry Goods Shoes Trunks Carpets Hats 'and Fur nishing Goods in town. - RAMEY. SMITH & CO. IJrownwood Bulletin.1 Localo 3 t HEBVJ3V MA-YSS. TRA. HALL Ass't. Editor. Asst. Business Manager Bring on the electric lights now. I - Let us have streets improved once more. Fill the colleges to overflowing next session. ! iet us all pull together for the upbuilding of the town. 1'f you worked up any personal ill-will during the campaign drop it. : Bet that era of prosperity follow the coming of the saloon. We can stand a little of it. The Election. ption was defeated bat- .j . : j urday by a majority of twenty-nine Entered at the postoffice a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 5 December 1895

f I olidagirpgf 5rp Jewelry. A T T T T IN Some people won't day before Christmas. while our different lines of holiday novelties are unbroken the selection is easier and you have the pick of the choicest and the prices are no higher. We endeavor to please all. DeClark & Son Leading Jewelers Brownwood. District court convened Monday in Brownwood (. A. L. Trent returned last wcqk from Fayetteville Ark What can't be cured must be en- dured hence we are learning how to get over those bad roads. At the home of G. W. Hardy there appeared Saturday a fine baby who in future will make his home with the family. Ten pounds was the weight. Complaints are heard every day about the condition of the roads leading to Brownwood. Our com- missioners are too busy teheed the calls made on them. Jack Hall came in Tuesday from Waco to attend his brother's funer- al which took place Wednesday morning. Jack is doing well at school and speaks in high terms of his school. Thanksgiving was an unusually ha...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 5 December 1895

NOT CRUSOE'S ISLAND. A. Mlstatx to Suppose That Do Too Had I'rrniiuiles In Ills Mind. The- San Franeisco Bullotin con- tains a vei'y readablo article ontitled i4Iglandof Crusoe tho Scono of Dan- iel Do Foo's Immortal Romanco" etc. in which tho writer raisos and discusses tho question whothor it was on tho island of Juan Fcrnandoz or .an island of IMocho that Alexan- der Selkirk spent his four years of solitude I3ut. tho chief intorest in tbaarticlo lies in tho gross error of tho writer in making oho Or other of those islands tho scono of liobin- soiv Ciusoe's advontures. Ho men- tions an Italian explorer Pastoiio as having visited thoso islands in 1S-14 and again in 1850 and states that ho "found" on tho former "a much higher order of intelligence than that spoken of in Orusoo's -diary" and that "tho visits of can- nibals to the beach of Juan Fornan doz aro supposed to havobeen relat- ed by Do Foo in 'Robinson Crusoe-' simply to lend intorest to his story" and again tho writer state...

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

J i ii ! i irngOTwgx?iujJuiJ-OJa!iwjju..nuJUJ-Ju. ii'Wi 'imwi'iiurnjaana i AN ANCIENT LEGEND. A Werewolf Story That Was Popular In tho Olden Daya. Ono of the most populnr old time werewolf stories which have been preserved in tho folklore legends of tho French people is that which has been versified bv John Caino and Mario do France under the peculiar head of "Bisclavorot." Tho truth of tho mattor is that Bisclavorot is simply tho Breton namo for tho ghostly creation called tho werowolft and that curiously enough it has boon made a proper namo in tho legend referred to. According to tho story a noblo lady who had married a courtier in high favor with the king of Franco noticed to her hor- ror that her husband was regularly absent for throo days out of each week always disappearing and re- appearing as mysteriously .as a ghost Ono day after a regular threo days' absence tho husband was pressed for an explanation of his peculiar conduct whereupon life reluctantly acknowledged to the h...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 5 December 1895

Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report 1 ABSOLUTELY PURE BROWN WOOD BULLETIN. S . J. W. McFARLAND DENTIST Office over 1st Nat. Bank-Brownwood. J ; Rev. W. M. Shelton spent Sun- day in Ballingcr looking after the interests of the church. Rev. J. G. Adams the famed Brownwood temperance orator ar- rived home Friday evening. Rev. W. L. Airheart . came into Brownwood Friday and filled his regular appointment in North Brownwood Sunday. c Owing to the absence of the pas- tor Rev. W. M. Shelton will preach at the Methodist church next Sunday morning and night. fThe Ep worth .League services next Sunday will be on the sub ject of "Christian Fellowship' discussions (will be Interesting hild-. l The stewards of tlie Brownwood Ictricfcnrein session at the Meth- church tn-dav IB' 1 A iishteen visiting stewards About in are attendance. Peoole should be careful! to avoid these days. Several mad rgs have recently been .killed in 1 T T 1 f "? A At aim around urownwooa so inai m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 12 December 1895

I iimnniHitl J. WL. XI. BROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY DECEMBER 12 1895. NO: T..: t Handkerchiefs For several seasons past we have had a great success in our Handkerchief and Neckwear Departments. And following in the same line of ideas we have been enabled to get. up a much mhre elegant and larger line than any previous season. 1 i . ... rr Ladies Handkerchief s. We have a large line of embroidered handkerchiefs for women nice shear goods new and exclusive patterns Prices -JOc 35c 2oc SOc 16 2-8c 15b 10c 8 K3c: ' Men's Handkerchiefs. i Silk linen and bambrics hemstitched with wide' Or. narrow hem fine ;s f 2oc 20c IK 2.3c. lcl 10c R l-3c Neckwear. iear.good3 largje sizes 0 ?1 i - j- 1: Prices '35c be!' -found in All the neiv shapes and patterns- Jiroto this -"line beautiful : patters fine ijuality silks and low prices. oggin & (iiLLiAn Bros. The Original Dry Goods Hustlers. Blanket Bubbles. Miss Jennie McChristy of Brownwood win has a line repu tation'as a teacher begins her work thi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 12 December 1895

JOHN Sea Y. KANKIN SB. Brownwood Texas. state and General gent. OFFICE ESTABLISHED IN Exchange Bureau for all 1869. Kinds of Property Personal or Real. Depositions taken deeds and all legal conveyances written- acknowledgements taken. and AND ABSTRACTOR. OF LAND TITLES. Live stock and ranches farm ranch and mineral lands for sale in 40 to 10000 acre tracts. Lands partitioned or divided between 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 takes redeemed from orpurchased 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 pmces now ranging from S3 to Si 5 per acre which with irrigation will be worth S40 to S7.5 ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 12 December 1895

r - t .... The Wisest Man In Town Can not tell you what kind of weather to expect during' Christmas week. Hut ask him where the biggest bin gains in dry; goods and clothing are to be found and he will at once rect you to THE BSC SARCASM STORE .next lloor to Merchants' National Bank. Remarks That .-1- 1 Everything is first-class here and can be . bought: at pricei to discount any other house in Brownwood.- Just' V? and get our prices on such goods as Boots Shoes.' Overcoats Clothing and Dress (Joods. Yours for Trade and Custom THE BIG BARGAIN STORE ' W. C. SAVAGE Manager. . .' ' v come . i-'' .1 .4- '-::V-.iL D. I. THENT President; J C. WJ2AICLE1" Vice-President; A. L. TRENT Cashier; W. H. THOMPSON Ass't Cnshier. The First M ational Bank Brownwood Texas up Capital 8100000. - Surplus 20000. A General Ban-::r.. Business iransacted. ' Oldest and Strooeest Bank In Brownwood. ; Individual Worth of Stockholders S6.500.000. . - f ' I DIBECTOBS. . D. II. TRENT J. C . WEA K LEY (f. II ALL W. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 12 December 1895

1 U WE CLOTH I For the rest of the year we will mve 1Q Per Ceil 01! of our entire stock of Clothino-. ( D Y f T3 YfJ Is mucn iirger liian iL ever was at any aL- V VWIV tjme prevjous ftnd we have decided to f PUT THE PRICES DOWN And maki it move'. See our $2.50 Suits for men and 50 Cent Suits for boys. jWe also have the largest stock of Dry Goods Shoes Trunks Carpets Hats! and Fur nishing Goods in town. - RAMEY SMITH & CO. Entered at the postoflice at Brown- wood Tex. as second-class mail matter. Published Every Thursday by WXL LSratA.TTK. - .Editor and Prop'r HERVET MATES. AbX Bditor. IRA. HALL. - Astt Business Maaaser rownwood Bulletin. !Sund?' cho1 aVH S(.mf part as' signea mem. iweryuouy is cor dially invited to attend. The tree is. open to all. It is aet for Christ- mas eve; nil "presents must be at the church by 12 o'clock that day. The people here regret very much that the whiskey mouster is gain loosened in town. You peo- ple are not the only ones who suffer from it. Men ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 12 December 1895

i i 'olidagir-jg iip sJewelpg. Some people won't buy a Christmay present until the day before Christmas. A thoughtful person will buy one while our different lines of holiday novelties are unbroken the selection is easier and you have the pick of the choicest and the prices are no higher. We endeavor to please aii. DeClark & Son Leading- Jewelers Brown wood. From Clear Creek. Mr. T. B. Starkey is adding con- siderable improvements to his dwelling. Mrs. Crites and Mr. A. C. Loveless are going to erect dwellings this week. Some sickness in the community. Mr. Lee Childress and children have returned from the Indian Ter- ritory to remain. They all come back to Brown county. Wo think ''somebody" will be down after a pair of license just after Christmas. The clerk neod not swear them' they are ''over age." The Sunday school has decided to have a Christmas tree. The literary school has enrolled nearly 70 students. Seems to be in a flourishing condition. TatersM have been dug and j whea...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 12 December 1895

ENGLISH AS IT IS AT TIMES WRITTEN. Socio nt tJio Qacor I'liranon of Native and Foreign Ilookinakers. A11 editors arc astonished at tho )qor English written by many of their would bo contributors whoso spelling ami ponmanship indicate that tbey have had a fair degrco of education. Usually this stupidity in . tho usu and choico of words seems tot arise from a lade in thu sonso of humor. Even a university course as! every wo 3:noy.s cannot mako up for this ossontial quality which is j absolutely necessary to literary success. A writer need not bo hu- morous but ho must havo a quick perception of what is ridiculous in orftpr to avoid making himself so. jrhus only a person deficient in iliis vital respect could havo written of? hor horoino that sho had "deop dark hair;" that sho had "that rareness of expression which baffles thb most learned to understand;" that "Maud had grown weary of sotting in tho porch;" that her lips woro "wreathed in a smilo that strangely reminded me of an angel"...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 12 December 1895

J RANDOM THOUGHTS. It is somewhat wonderful w(hat a rejuvenating effect a little snow- fall has on the average person. The younger people who have spent all their lives in the far. south where there is hut little snow go into raptures over the snow and only a few flakes will cany the older persons back in fond memory to the days of child- hood spent in the old states. Such an effect does it have that a half inch fall will get the oldest inhabi- tant's memory so refreshed that he begins to spin wonderful yarns about the remarkably big snows back in the forties or some other incontrovertible period. ! I like snow but like it best long range. My warm thin sou at h- era blood never tingled with. iny special delight at going to the .. . ; . wood pile about break of day and .. r . J f wood with which to make the morning fires. Some people may like this but 1 did not grow up that way. Then I never took any special pleasure in having a ball of snow thrust down my back in some unexpected mom...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 12 December 1895

Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U.S. Gov't Report RoYal ABSOLUTELY PURE BROWNWOOD BULLETIN. J. VV. McFARLAND DENTIST ( Office over 1st Nut. Bank Brownwood. J We place the name of Mrl H. McGeorge ahead on our books this week. Brownwood is kept busy these days tending to her immense coun- try trade. ! We need better streets in Brown- wood.. Seems to us like we Ihave said this before. ..Mr. John Mead now in the A. & M. college College Station sends in a renewal this week. 1 Mr. John Glass one of Zephyr's most inuusirious ana prosperous citizens was in Brownwood Tues- day. The churches .are actively en- gaged in preparing for Christmas. Already-the gifts are being aside. . Tho'Texas" company's adv man was in town Tuesday. laid mice i Tins company will play Brownwao 1 on eek to the 20th. -: Mr. jfT. B. Howard paid. Bulletin a brief visit this and helped our editor aloni rome extent. The merchants who are adver- tising are getting the bulk of he fall tratle. There is no disc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 19 December 1895

" BROWNWOOD TEXAS. THURSDAY DECEMBER 19 1895. NO. S3 THE GREATEST In your dry-goods buying experience an opportunity to buy Dress Gpods Silks and Hosiery at lower prices than you pay for the same quality goods daily. Our idea is to caary over as few goods in these lines as possible. - . ' WE INVOICE JANUARY 1ST. Our success has been in keeping the stock clean and fresh; No shelf. worn stuff among Ihe new ones. Men's Derby Hats Best and medium qualities at $3.00 $2.50 and $2.00.' ; " ! Men's Underwear. The line is broken. The prices are broken. What is left is yours aC remarkably low figures. We may be able to fit you. no harm to try. jSOX AND STOCKINGS. . Sox for men black and. tans fast colors all sizes best makes and new goods until Christmas ! At 35c 25c 20c. and 15c. our money back if they fade. Stockings 1 Cor women colors guaranteed seamless and perfect goods silk plateu hose So cents. - Three in a box box and all $;2.2o Lower pricegoods at 50c 35c 25c 20c 15c and 10c. - - Our...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 19 December 1895

4 JOHN Y. RANKIN SR. Brownwood Texas. Real 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 I ABSTRACTOR OF LAND TITLES. .! Live stock and ranches farm ranch and mineral lands for sale in 40 to 10000 acre tracts. Lands partitioned or divided between 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 to xes redeemed from or purchased tees' sales attended and instructions run descriptive use 01 lanas 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 S40 to $75 per acre. All properties placed in my hands for rent sale or exchange...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brownwood Bulletin — 19 December 1895

D. II. TRENT President; J. C. WEAKIiEY Vice-President; A. Zi. THBIIT CaBhier; V. n. THOMPSON Asa't Cashier The First National Bank Brownwood Texas Paid up Capital S100.00G. - Surplus 820000. A Gsr.-:r:.l 33r.l::n? Easiness Trar.s::l:i Oldostand Strongest Eank In Brownwood. Individual Worth of Stockholders $6500000 DIBECTOBS. D. II. .TRENT J. C. WEAKLEY G. W. HALL W". II THOMPSON. . A. L. TRENT. The Wisest Man In Town Remarks That j:; j; A little tot of a girl less than fourears"old walked into the postoilice atjHennepin one morn- ing last week to mail a letter. The time was during the distribution of the morning mail and as usual quite a number of people were nrocont wmtinrr fnr their mail. The little girl who happens to have auburn hair had slipped" her . let- ter into the box and 'while she stood for a moment in front of the delivery a stranger who stood just behind her playfully took hqld of .a lock-of her hair and said to her: rvlittlR rirl. what made A-our hair so red?" Quick a...

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