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

u Hot Weather Necessities 'J . Straw Hats Light Underwear Umbrellas Parasols Low Quarter Shoes Drop Stitch Hosi- i ery Kupenheimer Clothing If we fail to name it in this list don't think we haven't what you want in stock. We are prepared to supply every hot weather necessity in the Dry Goods Dress Goods Clothing and Shoe line. . We will not ' only give you better goods but will save you money. ::X-XX': Neckwear Ribbons Negligee Shirts Shirt Waists Laces and Embroid- eries Fans LightWeight Dress Goods I. it Rog D Goods Co IX Dr. R. L. Farris Osteopathic Physician over Armstrong Jew olry Co. Phone 568 d&wtf ? I. J. Bailey and Sam Coggin reat Winchell today on busi- ness. Magnolia Ice Cream at Brown- wood Bakery. Mrs. Tom Denman and Mrs. 'Emil Gehrke went to Brady to-day on a visit to friends. Swor Bros. Minstrels tonight. 32ntire change of program new -songs new jokes. The Bulletin is the advertising medium for sure and quick re- sults. New Post Cards galore fine ones. too. See th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 17 June 1907

Buy MUk From Brown wood PURE FOOD Dairy Phone 164 DAILY BULLETIN. PUBLIC STORAGE WAREHOUSE E. B. Henlehfc Co. Drink SECURITY BHAKD JAVA aidNOCHA COFFEE Pack hy IMPOR.TER8 COFFEE CO.. New Orleans CHA8 GiDDEHS. Exclnaive Local Agmnt Phea VOL.7. BROWN WOOD. TEXAS. MONDAY JUNE 17 1907. Nd.9 Phone 164 5 IF i Order your Milk from Brownwood Dairy J. C. HOOD Prop. Phone 147. Cleanness and Purity guaranteed. A Small Fire. A fire alarm was turned in this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock for the H. E. Conway residence and the fire department responded rapid- ly. The blaze proved to be only a wood pile afire and the flames were extinguished wi th ease. Miss Ruby Kirkpatrick who has been attending the West Texas Summer Normal for the past two weeks here will leave tomorrow for her home at San Saba. We Sell Cigars. You bei wo do ant? they are the very best blinds oms: too. Tiie fell ; v who buys from uk once is Us.ially a regular cu- jrtomer iiio-vtfter. He never sati?fi "d until he gett a cigar like we...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 17 June 1907

! - am 1 IvOONB Y MERCANTILE CO." aT ! I Muslin Underwear Headquarters Brownwood Texas. Special June Sale In this Department Commenced Last Saturday June 15 At the uniform price of . ... . - . -"JF A Sale of Extraordinary Interest. More than fifty styles exquisitely beautiful and attractive every garment made under strictly sanitary surroundings. Workmanship equal to your own seamstress. Full lengths and widths. In order that all may have an equal opportunity none of these garments will be put on sale before the advertised date therefore be on hand early. . I I 1 BOYS ARE HUSTLING IChe New Schedule Coming Into Effect Has Added New Interest. Votes and Sub- V scriptlons Coming in Fast. To Count Votes Wednesday And Wednesday Evenings Paper Will Announce the Result of j the First Counting Poll Some of Your Votes En- deavor to Lead. The new schedule which al- lows fifty votes for every sub- scription put the boys on the hustle and as soon as the ' new schedule Tvas announced every boy ad...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 17 June 1907

GROUNDS SELECTED The Greatest All Sales! Sheriff Emison Locate Joe Bak Iik at Belton. Committee on Arrangements for Reunion Met Saturday. BROUGHT HIM BACK SUNDAY NEW CITY PARK WAS CHOSEN unuuni ico mnn i i of A' 111 4 Youtk Claims he Miiuadertood lh Banker Who Told Him he Only Had Two Dollars is the Bank. onerin: JKimison returned yes terday from Belton where he went for the young man Joe Baklik who is charged with passing worthless checks on Brownwood merchants. Baklik worked for a few weeks here as a painter and before leaving gave checks to the amount of about $34 on the bank at Paint Itock payment of which was re- fused. . The matter was report- ed to Sheriff Emison as soon as the checks were turned down and he began to the youth only to had left for parts day before. He inquire about find that lie unknown the was Jater in- dieted by the grand jury and located at Belton where he was arrested Friday and held for Sheriff Emison. Baklik lives near Caldwell and is of foreign birth. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 17 June 1907

THe Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors. PITTSBURG MILLIONAIRES: Bot- Entered at the Brownwood Postofiice as Second Class Mail Matter. - abscription Per Month 50c WILL H. MAYES Managing Editor. H: F. MAYES Business Manager. C. A. TUN NELL. City Editor. . C SEITZ Daily Circulator. E.E. KIRKPATRICK Associate Editor. ' W. R. DULA. Foreman Mech. Dept. .t : A PETTED FAVORITE. iJ. The Texas Central railroad shouldnow advance to the front of the stage bow and blush and receive its nosegay and merit card. The commission has pronounced the Texas Central the very best and sweetest little railroad that ever curried a horse in transit or paid a hog claim without protest. The Texas Central has always obeyed the commission has always taken its medicine and called for more. If a spanking was to be handed out by the .commission the Texas Central has invariably thrown itself across the corrective knee saying "Whom the commission loveth it chastiseth blessed be the name of the commissio...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 17 June 1907

I WL&ihL You Know General News. John H. Kirby of Houston goes on the appeal bond of Waters Pieroe Oil Company. Good roads convention at Gon- zales reacmmends creation of department of highways. Assistant Attorney General Pollard renders opinion on con- test section of Looney liquor measure. Child dies from injuries sus- tained in explosion following at- tempt of mother to olean stove with gasoline. Friemls of Senator Culberson are preparing to launch his boom for the Democratic- nomination for the presidency. Texas Five Million Club con- eludes its Fort Worth meeting without reaching decision on Dia- mond Jubilee. Two insurance companies offi- cially advise Commissioner of withdrawal from the State be- cause of the Bobertson law. W. A. Smith a carpenter at jwrkon the. Pulton Bag Co. 's building on Pacific avenue at Dallas fell into the elevator shaft tjiis afternoon - and received in- juries from which he soon died. C. McDonald's store at Maxey was burned. The origin of the fire...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 17 June 1907

IT "ST It t IT. Molnfei undertakek! is. UNDERTAKEK Is next door to'Bnlletln omce. CA1sf ETS COFFINS AND BURIAL SUPPLIES. Office open day and night. Prompt I attention to all calls. Office phone 69 Residence 22S. Jamestown Our service and Rates are the Very Best. Information cheerfully given. J. T. McDonald Ticket Aircnt. Em Connections Are Certain s at 1 Dallas & Ft. Worth If you travel via the Interurban. Cars always arrive and depart on schedul- time. Cars leave each city every hour from 6 a. m. to 11 p. m. inclusive. No Dust Smoke Cinders. For particular write W. C. FORBESS G. P. & T. A. Ft. Worth Txas- DALLAS Of-Vf ORTH COLORADO For Cool Summers. Boulder... $34.50 Buffalo... 35.75 "Cascade Canon 31.50 Colorado Springs 30.70 Denver 33.40 Glenwood Springs... 45.10 Grand Junction 48.70 Leadville 40.60 Loveland 35.45 Pine Grove .... 48 25 Pueblo 30.70 Trinidad 26.35 On sale June let to Sept. '30th. Limit Oct. 31st SANTA FE OFFERS rvrn r cmt cnDrr THROUGH SLEEPERS. Investigat...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 17 June 1907

13 Stop Complaining II About the Hot Weather i.4 1 1 We have an antidote for Hot Weather Complaints. Buy your Dress Goods Clothing and Shoes of us. We know our business and we want yours We sell Kuppenheimer Clothing and Ed- win Clapp Shoes . for men Ultra and A. Priesmeyer Shoes for women. They are all good you merely take the one that suits your taste best and we will guarantee it to give satisfaction. Rogers Dry Goods Go. Dr. E. L. Farris Osteopathic f?hysician over Armstrong Jew elry Go. Phone 568 d&wtf Magnolia Ice Creamat Brown- Avood Bakery. Miss Alice McClelland who -lias been studying art inOberlin 'Ohio for the past year will re- turn home next Saturday. Fresh Candy and fine at -Brownwood Bakery. Misses Marguerite Wright and Mamie Kirkpatrick will leave "tomorrow for the Wright ranch near Zephyr were they will spend two weeks. Fresh Mackeral at H. Daniel's Grocery store. . Olin Gaston of the Bulletin force returned yesterday from week's vacation spent at his home in Gr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 19 June 1907

ie 164 Buy Your Milk From Brownwood PURE FOOD Dairy DAILY BULLETIN. Phone 164 KRT 1KCUKITV C STORAGE ALEHOUSE. JAVA auidMOCHA COFFEE &'&fflpiiear & Co. IMPOfLTEKS COmDS CO Nw Orleans CMAS.01DMCtt KxdHtiva LrGcal AgHt I 2. VOL. 7. BROWNWOOD TEXAS. WEDNESDAY. JUNE 19 107. NO. 2U Phc I PUd I 1 i rx Order your Milk from Brownwood Dairy J. C. HOOD Prop. Phone 147. "Cleanness and Purity guaranteed. Dr. B. E. Bell returned yester- day from San Antonio where he w&s in attendance upon the state ctental association. He reports a good time and a profitable meeting. Dr. Johnson returned last night. We Sell Cigars. You bet" we do and they are the very best brands going too The fellow who buys from us onoe is usually a regular ous- K4 tomer thereafter. He is never satisfied until he gets a oigar like we sold him. We want to num- ber you among our oigar cub- V tomera. If good goods and oour- teous treatment will bring the trade we are going to have it. McMinn Drug Company. C. R. Ay...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 19 June 1907

Vehicles For City Trade I Wc have given quite a lot of attention to securing a line of stylish Vehicles suitable for the people 6f Brownwood and dare say that we have more different styles of Vehicles than carried elsewhere. The two strong lines that we cling to are Columbus Everybody that knows anything at all about Buggies knows that the Columbus is the best vehicle that money can buy. We have-". a Columbus Phaeton on our floor the very best product of the factory. This vehicle we are going to offer at a bargain for the next ten days. If you need a goodtstylish Phaeton and miss this opportunity you lose. J Looney Mercantile f ; ... .'.j ... . . .?.:: ';; a r fr -. vEaaaaar Baal. Company i . - RAILROAD MEETING Brownwood Waco and Hamilton certain communications which he had addressed to railroad par- ties. John L. Spurlin of Hamil- ton was out of the city when the Brownwood secretary wrote to WILL GATHER AT 1 J Tf &4 TV WWV -- i Xii U n it II W v. jwj. w vma. i w ww Will Get Tog...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 19 June 1907

- I - : V. - A VwJTO MEXICO i LeckluurfcMui My 7 the editor of the Reg- isterleft home to visit Mexico that country which is beginning to attract the capital and enter- prise of the states to amarvel- ous degree of late. Having passed the Custom officials at the border there is nothing more to be done until a hundred and fifty miles further on When Monterey the capital of the state of Neuvo Leon is reach- ed on the Mexican National rail- road. Prom Laredo there is lit- tle to see till Monterey is ap- proached. The country is bare and dusty with low-lying hills and long stretches of valley in 'which there are only a few bush-clumps or bits of dried grass. Monterey is a city of 80000 people said to be most American in its ways and in point of industries second in the Republic only to the city itself. It lies like all other Mexican towns in a valley around which the bare mountains peculiar to Northern Mexico group them- selves and shut out the rest of the world. It has mammoth in- dust...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 19 June 1907

cs naiiwiwfngamMn'Ww'' )w 4 The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors. Intered at the Brown wood Postoffice as Second Class Mail Matter. labeription Per Month. WILL H. MAYES Managing Editor. H. F. MAYES Business M&nger. C. A. TUN NELL. City Editor. . C. 9EITZ Daily Circulator. & E. KIRKPATRIQK Associate Editor. W. R. DULA. Foreman Mech. Dept. ": Considerable talk has been indulged in "about a street clean in crusade for Brownwood but up to this time nothing more has been done. Brownwood's.streets are fairly clean but a little work on then would not come amiss T CHANGES TO SEMI-WEEKLY. The Messenger heretofore a weekly paper published at Kil- leenis now being issued as a semi-weekly of just half the size of the weekly. This is an experiment that will be watched with con- siderable interest as very few semi-weekly papers in the smaller towns have ever succeeded. The Bulletin wishes for the best of luck to attend the new venture. TRADE WITH THE ADVERTISERS. Other th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 19 June 1907

T :V 931 1 J -.''"" ' .1 v -r H9HH 1 v51 ISc.- Cal Ca Nl if Is Ki Men You liT-ricrw . . I -.1".- i'.-j.-j Receive Shipment of Fish. 1 The Brown wood Lake Club re- ceived a shipment of Black Bass this morning from the govern- ment fisheries at San Marcos. There were some four or five thousand in the lot and they were at once plaoed in the lake. Sliced melons on ice at Kan- easters Kandy Kitchen d-212 Hugh L. Harrell expects to leaye tomorrow for Llano where i A he will spend about ten days ' ! visiting relatives. During his 1 absence his sister Miss Louine will fill his place at the Post I office as general delivery clerk. Lawn Mowers from $4.50 up will sell the next 30 days for 10 per cent off at Looney's Hard ware. Jim Beasley of Mercury pass ed through the city yesterday on his way home from a visit to San Antonio. Jim had a big time even though he was a little frightened for fear they would mitsake him for a badly wanted gentleman in that city. Headquarters for seasonable Hardwar...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 19 June 1907

Ik t - v " 4 r j v f. UNDERTAKER Ta nnr 'Tnll Attn : ASSETS COFFINS AND BURIAL SUPPLIES. Office open flay and night Protnp attention to all calls. I See phone G9 Residence 22S. Jamestown jSPur service -and Rates are the Very Best. Information cheerfully given. J- T. McDonald Ticket Agent. Connections Are Certain at Dallas & Ft. Worth If you travel via the Interurban. Cats always arrive and depart on schedul time. Cars leave each city every hour from 6 a. m. to 11 p. m. inclusive. No Dust Smoke Cinders. ? For particulars write W. C. FORBESS G. P. & T. A. Ft. Worth Texas. DAILIES Of-WORTH j IkursioEs COLORADO for Cool Summers. j Boulder $34.50 Buffalo 35.75 Cascade Canon 31.50 Colorado Springs 30.70 Denver 33.40 Glenwood Springe... 45.10 Grand Junction . . 48 70 Leadville 40.60 Loveland 35.45 Pine Grove 48 25 Pueblo 30.70 Trinidad 26.35 On sale June let to Sept. 30th. Limit Oct. 31at. SANTA FE OFFERS EXCELLENT SERVICE THROUGH SLEEPERS. T ; I I ... I investigate anu niiuw - ijh...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 19 June 1907

I We Arc Aware of the Fact That ail classes of merchandise have advanced in wholesale cost but we bought before the advance and we propose giving our customers the benefit. You can get what you want here as long as present stock lasts at same old figures which is quite a saving. Kuppenheimer cJothmg all dress good all furnishings for men and women in fact everything in stock is offered you at no advance in price. . i . ILt. tf ' Q1 It M II Dr. R. L. Parris Osteopathic Physician over Armstrong Jew- elry Co. Phone 568 d&wtf Milt Dupree returned last night from Fort Worth. Magnolia Ice Cream at Brown- 'wood Bakery. Mrs. Bob Holt went to Brooke- smith this morning for a visit to laome folks. Hear Mrs. Chas. Whidden sing at the Electric Theatre. Ten cents admits you. d-214 Mrs. J. W. McCulley is visit- ing friends and relatives at '.Blanket this week. Fresh Candy and " Brown wood Bakery. fine at C. H. Bencini and N. A. Perry re in Brady today looking after business matters. Brown woo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 20 June 1907

-it i. 1 4 i NT. J. 164 PURE FOOD Dairy mi in rruiii uifiifwuu Phone 164 DAILY FlgMC STORAGE TptEHOUSE ' "Drink SECURITY MKXK9 JAVA 8LHd MOCHA COFFEE New Orleans CHAS GIDMDH Exclsalve Local Agrat L EK Henley & Co. - ntai z. feRdWNWOOD; TEXAS. TflURSDAY JUNE 20 1907 BULLETIN V NO. 212 f UK Onfea- your Mife from BrownwoofeJBairy J. C. .HOOD Prq& 1$g MP Phone 147 Cleanness and Purity gflferanfeefllg All members of the I.;0. O. F. Lodge No 236 are requested to meet at the lodge rooms tonight at 8:30 June 20 1907. Business of importance. J. D. Johnson N. G. We Sell Cigars. You bet we do and they are the very best brands going too. The fellow who buys from ue once is usually a regular cus- tomer thereafter. He is never satisfied until he gets a oigar Hke we Bold him. We want to num- ber you among our oigar cus- tomers. If good goods and oour- teous treatment will bring the trade we are going to have it. McMinn Drug Company. Five Inches of Water Fell Downpour .of Rain This Morning ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 20 June 1907

pWIHaMlaMilllll I Vehicles For City Trade 1V We have given quite a lot of attention to securing a line of stylish Vehicles suitable for the peop'e of Brownwood and dare say that we have more different styles of Vehicles than carried elsewhere. The two strong lines that we cling: to are C Cole Everybody that knows anything at all about Buggies knows that the Columbus is the best vehicle that money can buy. We have Columbus Phaeton on our floor the very best product of the factory. This vehicle we are going to offer at a bargain for the next ten days. If v need a gooa siyiisn rnaeiuu uiu uhss m uuituuuj- uu luse. you I I Looney Mercantile Company. The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors. Subscription Per Month 50c low-craftsmen that he became the object of a species of worship almost idolatrous in its snhere. Rut Editor Mnvps. from thp lofty eminence to which he was elevated by admiring comrades has ruthlessly turned upon those of his own household and with envenomed bla...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 20 June 1907

Mosquito Bars and Frames $1.50 $2.50 $3.50 Empire Fiirniiure co. MONEY REFUNDED Man Who Buncoed the Santa Fe Years Ago Gets Penitent. ROAD CAUGHT HIS JACK Man Secured Judgment in Law Suit at San Aagelo Reforms. Sends Back Check. A peculiar caae of troubled Conscience snd one which the philosophers might use as a sam- ple is that of a man who buncoed 'the poor little Santa Fe railroad company out of the mere baga- telle of $550 at San Angelo and then went away to the shores of the Pacific sought a new life woke up reformed and sent back the money because for- sooth his subjective faculties wouldn't quite balance with his objeotive faculties and he could find no relief from his conscience that oontinued to lash him for many years. That the unpunished culprit oftentimes receives the severest chastisement from the knowledge that he has done wrong is sub- stantiated by the following ac- count which comes from the Brenham correspondent of the Houston Post: "Claim Agent J. W Evans of the S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 20 June 1907

i mi mm 1 ' ;'Mv The Sharp Murder Tria Work of Selecting Jtsry Completed This Jls. Morning and Trial Proceeds Kiting may -Confession of the Defendant Made JcCore the Gidnd Jiu y : ' Offered as Evidence hy the State Trial is Drawing Slowly Along. The work of se ectin aa r. u kj im and he jumped j " jury in Che Sharp niui trial ar Si and back on the : i.5:u r Pallet ke mo.io.ied o me to vs uiMDiic-a u set down wheil mtri hes: hlv r.-y ihe stare is o eriug testimony d a?ked me tQ buil ih j in f.he"mor! a. ;. 1 How- i. ? 'he. Tire. He dv ' kr.ow uin t.ersonal knowledge J.iafc it Jie body of H. C. Pride occasion to examine the r fvupd it badly bur.ied. .h lejjs and arms were burned . tod body binrH so that . iiver elc. ware po- v 'ii nc3 boiy ovevand found that Lhad been stuvk in the head w re. The skull aud pjrt of the b.'n had bran buiiiel off but a the bk of head and nock orr sViniildprs n t1:jpi ?inl 'b.u'iied. Saw wound n head We found Bon;t t; id cut hair off a. id found skull! ed ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 20 June 1907

I "l-nri:" - Tii 1 i n i nil i in TTTiTi .inn ii I "' - "TTpnTS.?.? ....'.ipaa!iiwu...M 5 .gti 1 and who have capital of their own on ivhch to do business men who are free from a speculative nature -and have won the confidence of the public by making their business a success are the B30WNWOOD NA- TIONAL BANK. TUP Dt3rrO?S in this bank rue the farmers merchants business and professional ixic'n of the community. They are the strength and kiclbane of the commonweallh who have built1 and are slill build- ing successful enterprises representing the commerciaVand industrial iiiterrjis generally brin$n. vigor and. strength to the bank along with their deposit Our hundreds of patrons in the'suiTOiwding vvhy is-tfce-'-strongest guarantee of the satisfactory services extended. v -ja- . fW Brown wood Netticlfial BLik. 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. W...

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