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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 18 May 1907

5 I GOOd I ' I VI itfcRAKDEGEE: ?CA1D fcJfr'OOi TP v j- CoPVRiGrfo 1908 A I ! J. UNION GROVE. ; A line rain has fallen since our j last letter was written. The; tanks are all full and the ground :s in fine condition to be work- ed. Some have to plant cotton over. .Since our last communication the neighborhood has been made to feel very sad indeed by the death of Mr. O. P. Hurt which occurred Sunday morning at 3 o'clock. Rev. Riley pastor of the Methodist church at Riing Star was in the neighborhood Sunday. F. L. Hurt left Monday for his nome at Mineral Wells. Mr. Hurt accompanied his father hom from Mineral Wells and re- gained with him through his ata! illness. Iht-YQ are no new cases of Tie&-l- up to date. L Edna Clark visited ryoids at Rising Star this. week. ' Fletcher Hurt of Granger and lUrsx Salyers of Cisco attended limeral of 0. P. Hurt Sun- We Don't Lose any Time -iVLcii fallen t'U ?o j discover .i v..icr i pit int nig. If ie or gaH pipe IM:OMPT PUTMBUVG TION Ahat von ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 18 May 1907

1 if r A Stitch in Time Saves Nine. But there's no danger of it being necessary to take a stitch if you provide yourself with Kuppenheimer Clothing. They will wear out in the course of time but rip-never ! There isn't a garment on the market that is sewed better than the Kuppenheimer and we have seen very few that wear better certainly none that are sold at as reasonable a price as the Kuppenheimer- Come in and examine this splendid line of clothing note the high grade material used the splendid finish the style there's nothing lacking to make it perfect. When you want a suit in which there is all the good qualities get it at Dr. H. L. Farris Osteopathic - Physician over Armstrong Jew- elry Co. Phone 568 ' d&wtf ? I). F. Johnson and A. Tun- aell went to the picnic at Thrifty . isoday. Headquarters for Souvenir Post Cards and Art Novelties at Hartung's Photo Studio Prof. John S. Humphreys and " Attorney E. J. Miller are spend- ing the day in the qpuntry at a aicnic. All work done...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 3 June 1907

Phone 164 Bii Your Milk From Brownwood PURE FOOD Dairy DAILY BULLETIN. Phone -164 PUBLIC STORAGE Drink SECURITY BILAKD .JAVA andMOCHA COFFEE Packed by IMPORTERS COFFEC CO.. New Orleans. CHAS. C1DDEM. Exclusive Local Axaat VfAREHOUSE. 'enley & Co. VOL. 7. BROWNWOOD TEXAS MONDAY JUNE 3 1907 NO. 197 Order your Milk from Brownwood Dairy J. C. HOOD Prop. Phone 147. Cleanness and Purity guaranteed. p mm U 3 . Tk m : B1 I f Have You Seen 1 r MISBEHAVE AT CHURCH. Children Lauch Talk and Disturb People Who Would Hear the Sermon. At the Methodist church last night there were several little girls who created such a disturb- ance by talking and laughing that -people seated in the rear of "the church could hardly hear a word of the excellent sermon preached by Dr. Steele on the .subject of "Biblical Mothers." The mothers of these girls should have been present heard the sermon .and noted the very ugly conduct of their daughters. It is not always possible to keep children from misbehaving but...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 3 June 1907

I Best Bargain of the easo Something in which every Ucty in BfOWflWdod is interested Opportunity will kst only ten ckys I We Jrave 75 dc&er turnover OTd tat colters rrdftf designs handsomeh 'made fte very tafesi ? gfyf sofflf flwg tftfit fld I I lady can have too many of worth 20 ami i Ctmts WW offer tfrs ejitfre lot at 10 arid J seflfe emfi Tftfs fiftr spfmdid 66d and 9 full value at the original prtar but for ten day we wilt self them at atfd Corffe qtffefe and pi gfruras of tm m.- I jT' Looney Mercantile Company The Dai letin lv Bui MAES FESKnWG CmPA'MV; Prietors menf.mg on tfo?5s 6h$nj2& and 6he BuheSin's irsistoncy fe- ur?n befe'-' as vel as greaf Brownvood says : The' Bulletfn1 h&s not' only wi'gdesed dVese fitfgfy&tfS S has- (tone mivciV to bvmjy dvem aftont. A newspaper' mm lofty meal& atnrf eatfsfeftatl adocatfin fiiose ideaisooiv inspires community rnay'ble- k? of very teft&l&ftte .S&tunry &H! 6ntfe (soiftW&etf Mttv of natoYe Wfch' f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 3 June 1907

Tree Nights Vp Commencing JUiiL ASTiptRX; RIDING IKfl) Prices 25 35 and 50c. Seats on Sale at McMinn's Drug Store. LADIES FREE FIRST NIGHT with one paid ticket if at purchased before 6 p. m MACHINES DUSTMEN Western Union Claim That New Instrument Can do Much. OPERATORS DISCREDIT THIS President of Telegrapher Union Declares j That ihe Barclay Machine Cannot Displace the Operators. For several weeks a strike has been imminent in the v estern ( solutely new and has been exper- TJnion Teleorranh circles and thei imentally for some time.it is Brownwood office as well as ail others would be seriously affect- ed in suih case. The operators union is very strong and would likely make a stubborn fight should the Western Union peo- ple refuse to concede the advance of fifteen per cent asked. But the most stertlinir thing yet in the strike developments is the announcement from the New York headquarters of the Tele- graph people that they are not worrying about the impending strike. They claim t...

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

The Daily Bulletin MAYKS PRINTING CO.. Proua. Entered at the Brownwood Postoffice as Second-ClasR Mail Matter. Will H. Mayes Managing Editor H. F Mayes Business Manager. C A. Tcnnkll City Editor. E. E. KlKKPATRlCK ASSO. Ed. W. R. Duja Foreman Mech. Dept. E. C. SEITZ Dally Circnla in Subscription per Month .;.50c Monday June 3 1907 General News. Matt Sloan one of the most desperate characters in Breathitt -was shot six times and killed by Peter Stricklin. Tne men had been enemies. Sloan had just returned home from a peniten- tiary sentence for killing a man in Jaokson some years ago. The English military balloon with six men in the basket which was sent up at Aldershot Camp May 28 during a review in honor of Prince Fushima of Japan is missing and it is feared it has been blown out to Bea. King Edward and Prinoe Fushima witnessed the ascent. After four years of prohibition Waller county went wet by a ma- jority of 100. The full returns are not yet in but the boxes to be heard from wil...

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

r I Money fir. 5i i in li p 4 tettiw m not wat -1 tabout the P-ambing is the experience ol skind of modern house Is a wilderaeEf A unless the plumbing be properly at- Wended to. This is our particular busi- land we are mighty particular fmo it. Either new systems of ASjflMng or repairs to old.quickly sci eS?alv and throughly done for lesi i5?Jhan you -would suppose from tht K penJajient class ot work. Phone Nr. 10. DIED OF EXCITEMENT. j Conductor of Wrecked Train Suddenly Collapsed. J A PYnnrinn. T.n... June 2 (Con ductor George P. Kramer died at ene of the wreok of his train at 3 o'clook this morn- the reBult of excitement. Vas a combination ireignt passenger on the Iron Moun- north bound and was ditob- iy a washout. No one was in jured in the wreck but Kramer worked icdefatigably in carmg for hie passengers and arrang- . . . . 1 1 3 ing to nave tne tracK ciearea when he suddenly sanK down ex- hausted and died in a few min utes of heart failure. tes ( I e leaves a wife and two chil...

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

Money Thrown Away. . - '' . The easiet way in the world to throw away money i to spend it on worthless advertisingadvertising which yon know at the time yon take it is not worth the price yon pay. Yon see ex- amples of wasted advertising on every hand. It isn't worth while to name them. Yon know them as well as we do. Yon know also that the hest me- dium and the cheapest for reaching the people is a carefully edited a well cir- culated newspaper. No medium on earth beats it. Programs circulars cat- alogues pamphlets road signs cards etc. are not in the same class with new s- paper advertising. Take for instauce the one item of circulars. A thousand circulars will probably cost you $2.50; then add 50 cents for distribution if distributed by hand. The lowest cost is $3.00. Half of the circulars are wasted being thrown in the yard falling with the printed side down and remaining there nil-noticed until blown away by the wind. The same amount of money will secure a good space in the Dai...

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

LED HIS THROAT. Ian Preferred Death to Arrest on Criminal Charge. Ancelo Texas. June 2 al.lWiff Futch of Cole- ounty camehereyterday hub for a young -"man on e of swindling in his coun- Fhe party wanted had been ting here a couple of days was also wanted here on tes of forgers. Deputy Iff Jones and the Coleman pScer started on a search lie man "and found him in a yard in the city. Seeing iin the hands of officers R-fcr pg man maae an enoru ! em and when prevented a gash in his own throat vas disarmed with an effort le officers. He fell uncon- ts but was.proinptly attend- j a physician and after be taken to jail revived. He edfoi'Sgun the presump- being that he wished to end ob alreadv undertaken. He ;ht goods at stores here and checks in payment receiv- blrpge in cash. These were j'jvith the name of Cobb & l a young man claiming the OTCobb. For Sale. good frame two-story 8- building (without the lot) uildings and fence from nf the lot. all for Vv k" Tor all cash something tiLrfj...

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

r Prepare for Hot Weather. ' While the weather has been cool so far the weather prophets say that we may expect an un- . usually hot summer so it is well to get ready for it. We have a beautiful line of Sheer Wash Goods Figured Lawns and Dimities Sheer White Linens and the various fabrics for summer .wear. We are confident we can interest you if you are looking for something out of which to make a neat summer dress. fc If you want trimmings VaL Laces Embroideries Insertings etc. See us. Our store is headquarters. Rogers Dry Goods IE IDE 1Z as Dr. R. L. Farris Osteopathic l&ysician over Armstrong Jew- s3yCo. Phone 568 d&wtf ;; Magnolia Ice Cream Co.. : phone 21. H.Lampe spent Saturday at SaBinger on business. If you want pure spices tea (Blving etc. have your grocer to 7iDg you A. COLBURN'S wands. They are the best. . Mrs. V7. Z. Champion of Cole-nn-Tvill come down tomorrow .ibr visit to homefolks. Magnolia dkohe2I. Ice Cream Co. all phone 164 Iptfcre Food Dairy. Brownwood Fi...

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

771 Vyi ififlfaiiV Phone 164 Buy Your Milk From Brownwood PURE FOOD Dairy DAILY BULLETIN. Phone 164 PUBLIC STORAGE WAREHOUSE . E. B. Henley & Co. Orfnk SECURITY BRAND JAVA .nd MOCHA COFFEE Packed by IMPORTERS COFFEE CO.i New Orleans. CHAS. GIDDENfi Kxclnaive Local Agint r Phon 2. VOL. 7. BROWJSWOOD TEXAS TUESDAY JUNE 4 1907. NO. 198 7 ) J A t V M 1 IT v Order your Milk from Brownwood Dairy J. C. HOOD Prop. Phone 147. Cleanness and Purity guaranteed. SE Magnolia Ice Cream Co. phone 21. Scholastic Census Shows the Steady Growth of Brownwcod. FOURTEEN HUNDRED CHILDREN Of Scholasfc Age Within he C" yLiir!ts cf Brownwood Making a Very Substantial Increase. City .A sector and Collector Clyde Mcintosh has completed the task of taking the schola-tic census of Brownwood and tlie rs suit shows that the city has had a substantial increase in popula- tion and while the returrs not padded with a view to mv-leading-the outside world fii total shows that Brownwood is becoming a city. More than...

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

I I I The Best Bargain of the Season i I Something in which every lady in Brownwood is interested. Opportunity will last only ten days. VVp hvp 7 Hn7Pr i urnnvp'r anH ts4h riilfa He t ni ii? if nf Haciotic lianHcrtmolv morb vpiv ktpct tvlps snmpthino" that nn I lady can have too man of worth 20 and 25 cents vVe offer the entire lot at 10 and 15 cents each. These are splendid goods and full value at the original price but for ten days we vili sell them at 10c and 15c. Come quick and get choice of the lot. I a The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors. Entered at the Brownwood Postofiice as Second Class Mail Matter. Subscription Per Month v . .50c WILL H. MAYES' Managing Editor. H. F. MATES Business Manager. C. A. TUNNELL. City Editor. E. G. SE1TZ Daily Circulator. E. E. KIRKPATRICK Associate Editor. W. R. DULA. Foreman Mech. Dept. THE COLLEGES OF TEXAS. The time is near at hand when many people will be consider- ing the selection of a university or college for the educati...

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

?r '-nrrTfr. SnalraBW:V4l 1Mb;-' 1 ' 1 ree Nights mmencin mm OPERA HOU eaiwitn emouon. iD3pirjngityui$s wereisung one ai tyr another. ana the revival continued until 5 o'clock" g J UN Notice lo Contractor. Bids for the ejection of. an Odd Fallows TJempie . will be re- -.. 'V"i v"- Jib ' itr ?': ' ' "f ill I I II PI MB I" I i I ' In til1 11 1 ' reived' untHlune iuyl$07 at 12 j ... ; v 'clock noon. Plans and specifi cations aiv on file at VV'.H. Stev- enson jGrocery store. . 33e. com- ttiittetr reErves te rbtf .fe rc-ject-uny "tiaA all b.. Bacn; bkf I Mosquito Bars and Frames I I $1.50 $2.50 $3.50 I I Empire Fiirniiurf Co. j ELKS PLAN 8!B Tl )1i Ax ake 8k aiProar- mm 1 h- hidtifti5li -1 eeof tarter. mffMtf fth6tfT line.' rtf -oH :orfN we'H ff the- fcef -kini'l et vt tefy jtjkI our firicrs will the Plumberr f?hone 432V ii-K'. " . 3t ... iWit iSiiiflvan's Barber S j-'-.' 'f ' t- .';.;. - :Q-:m$mhnV and Cold Baths. . Frank Mason Wiil -.Buy - v: Second Hand Furniture Oit Had: . fif-kd way...

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

The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING CO..Propa. Entered at the Brownvrood Postoffice as Second-Class Mail Matter. Wilt. H. Mayes Managing Editor H. F. MayeS Business Manager. C A. Tcnneix City Editor. E. E. Kirkpatrick Asso. Ed. W. R. DtrLA Foreman Mech. Dept. E. C. Skitz Dally Circnla tci. Subicription per Month f0c Tuesday June 4 1907 General (News. I t o Albert Sfi'ey Dalks - v fanip die 3 of heart failure while on a wolf hunt nirlrvi:. The sheriff of Randolph cou ' v Virginia cein a pruhibPOMM let e to accept . ev-" cd for liquor 1 en-e J. B. Morj-.m a white . oie sito idk;lled a negro at Au- gijyU 'Oa. while the negro was 1-vyi r to assassinate him. The jury vhich will try Wil- liam D. Haywood for the alleged murder of former Governor Frank S j?unenberg was finally complet- ed and sworn in. Thom-c Eogg.son of ex-Governor Hogg who last w eek erMstei in the United States navy leix lor Norfolk accompanied by Victor Smoot who ran against Governor Hogg for the governor- ship of Texas a...

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

si" A aW Jr- RAILROAD WRECK 'Je K;Med and .fany L' ;:Jr-J en' jutlitn Pacific R?iway. UN eera or wrecked I. t Dead and Wounded Were Occn-'0 .5 'beChr'r ntonio.June 9 One man Wfai. r J 3 sl die tec a c' - i l and passen- i l i -i 3:30 o'clock tjubern Pa'ifio. iprLCi.- u ment was the resir't fiber ol ' : n wnwsksrs or de- ? e tru ant ae joei :.ve U8e hzz not Deen deiernroea j to tonight- 1 It was viY'Z Jae .f tin was dash 1 along at a speed of fzom ibr- ; x foivj ttiks an hour that ihe iraJmant occurred. Th cccu. - !bb- . a-on if suoh was on ". . f i . . ( l ri V u waa ucm icu iwu ui '7 B I. iff IW ng over. in .be Chair Car. Jdecd 3nd wounded were in ras thrown over on ua &.ae ana 'rTl70ll III. t l V r L lO IUUB9 Ul tie emoauKiubui. - " - j f olan Tri fh p.9t. nnr? pn R.innpn - - - was the inieilor of the . scene of calm Pestemiu a urrK hat the inmates thereof hardly eaJtd what bad occu.ed as hey awakened vlxti the Angel of 3eah in thei- midst. This was v j t. j r - jRikftved by c...

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

I canvass of Brownwood i - 1 i wafc the fact that tlfae people who d mot refftf tfm'e IMletitf iT 7a.u .fx t - .1 k i FI -.irrt rr H nrr t rt line ally wtose eoupaants tew imfl)t toeem ififere-d! ilfte tmuiMtfy to sattlDHtcraUDe $nr ike BauBBetian within tine iastf two mmntkn We are' fle$erBmif nueail to kee.jp atf it gynutfi!! the paper goes regaHflaHy i nn to every- hdMmie able to aflfowrd it. We ma oDRiiit saannpfle .copies. we write Setters we soSieitf w pe-rsoaa we advertise we flfln eveirytroiiinig we ssfilbfly earn to. get ftie paper aniito every lMaime. ft djs own &mMtmm to Ikw "ffie MsaWetfis reaifi by all tine people. HJ yon advertisers dowDnt that tMs eorofinpttftit plngging- away is having its effect? Every day new names are added! every day the list tow The ffl&EElefii! could easily ertf down expenses and 'make- larger profits. BBwt. we have. set- owr standard high and do nut intend to fall below if as Ions as the people continue . t& give us tiie excellent ...

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

DONT 5CQATf fi . " nOOPERSTETTEB ifcF- JkJrurtcc rm WUKLO LSKIN IAND TOOT AND 5CALP f TRDlLf5 DEA TO red bug SUREGURE ANDRyrf For Sale bv CAAPBELL DRUG CO. Secret of Buried Gold. he woman who can keen a ret has been found. The et isUf millions $5000- to be precise. It concerns present whereabouts of ger's gold. he Is Mme. Marie von Vel- wifeor maybe the "r-of Lubwiscr von Vel- the man who buried ft? old Oom Paul's millions en he fled from the Transvaal t before Lodr Roberts occu- yfd Fretoria. llme. von Veltheim had a du- nhort nn whirh WPfP larked the spots where the gold fis buried. It was not sunk at k inthe wreck f the Zululand Llsome would have it. Nor was taken to Europe as others in- ted. Neither was it let down neath the waters of the ocean iron chests. It was carefully buried in the I 'ad of night in the mountains the Transvaal just hefore '.ruo-er escaped to Europe. It jfe put in one spot Kruger 7ant to leave all his eggs gasket. The gold was care- JfiiVided into four part...

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

II WHY SWELTER? When a small sum invested at our store will put you in possession of a thin cool comfortable suit of underwear drop stitch hose low quarter shoes a negligee shirt a light pair of trousers and a panama hat. Having these there would be no excuse for sweltering We are headquar- ters for summer wearables for men women and children. v Rogers Dry Goods Co. 5f1 XX x: XE Dr. K. L. Farris Osteopathic :P.hysie.ian over Armstrong Jew- elryCo. Phone 568 d&wtf Douglass King will leave to- aiight over the Santa Fe for a visit -to the Jamestown Exposition. Magnolia Ice Cream Co. 4phbne21. G. "vY. Speck and wife left this ."morning for Eureka Springs 'where they will spend several weeks. 'White Crest Flour leads other brands follow. Miss Ruby Kirkpatrick of San SSabawill arrive tomorrow to at tend the West Texas Summer Correal. Magnolia Ice jphdne 21. Cream Co. Will Wise went to Waco this -morning to attend the coin rnenee- . anient exercises of Baylor Uni- . varsity. ... IFry a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 5 June 1907

?! one 164 Buy Your Milk Front Brown wood PURE FOOD Dairy DAILY BULLETIN. Phone 164 TOBLIC STORAGE WAREHOUSE E. R. Henley & Co. Pbaa 2. Drink SECVRJTY RJUTD JAVA andMOCHA COFFEE Faoke4 by IMPOR.TER8 COFFEE CO.r Nw Orleans CHAS. tSiODEXSt Kxclaiive Local Agaat TIM" VOL. 7. BROWNWOOD TEXAS WEDNESDAY JUNE 5 1-07 NO. 19? pr 4 la 1: Order your Milk Phone 147. Cleanness Mrs. W. N. Rogers and son G. W Rogers of "Waco are in the city to spend the summer. They are making their home with their cousin L. A. Arm- strong and family. The young Mr. Rogers has accepted a posi- tion as assistant pharmacist at L. L. Mallow's drug store. Smoking. i 4 Our friends never tire of us calling at- tention to our extra- ordinary line ol cigars. They enjoy the smokes we sell and want their friends to try them. McMinn Drug Company. A Clean In Shoe 2 Pairs of Men's Ladies and Children's y - Shoes arid Oxfords NEW G&O0 styles in Blacks Browns ana&l ans. - v a zt lathis you wiftTOfid 30 pairs Stacy Ada...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 5 June 1907

mmm mmmmmommmmmommmmmmommmmmmmmmmtmlm I I The Best Bargain I Somethingiin which every lady in Brownwood is interested Opportunity will last only ten days. ' tJ VT We haveS75 dozer turnover and tab collars oeautiful designs handsomely made the very latest styles something that no lady can have too man of wortn 20 and 25 cents vVe offer the entire lot at 10 and 15 cents each. These are splendid goods and full value at the original price but for Ten days we vili sell them at 10c and 15c. Come quick and get choice of the lot. i of the Season I Looney Mercantile Company! THE CITY STORE. The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors. Entered at the Brown-wood Postofiice as Second Class Mail Matter. ; Subscription Per Month 50c WILL H. MAYES' Managing- Editor. ;H. F. MAYES Business Manager. C. A. TUNKELL. City Editor. E. C. SEITZ Daily Circulator. E. E. KIRKPATRICK Associate Editor W. R. DULA Foreman Mecfa. Dept. THE KIND THAT KICK. A representative of the Bulletin was at Blanket M...

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