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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 20 June 1907

7 . T. Molnnis. UNDERTAKER Is next door tolBulletln office. CASKETS COFFINS AND BURIAL SUPPLIES. Office open day and night. Proinp attention to all calls. Office phone 69 Residence 228. Jamestown Our service- Rates are the Very Best. Information cheerfully given J. T. McDonald Ticket Agent. Connections Arc Certain at 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 particulars write W. C. FORBESS G. P. & T. A Ft. Worth Texas DALLAS Or-VfORTO COLORADO For Cool Summers. Boulder $34.50 Buffalo.... 35.75 Cascade Ganon 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 30v Trinidad 26135 On sale June 1st to Sent. 30th. Limit Oct. 31at. SANTA FE OFFERS EXCELLENT SERVICE THROUGH SLEEPERS. . Investigate and know what you may expect be-...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 20 June 1907

' tJ - ' i. u Summer Dress Goods Patterns. I ' Z. rTTAi- '" ' j t .. .y y . ;4 f-i w. - ijir n :1 1 . : mm It is an easv matter to iiiafcc your selections when you inspect our stock of Dress Goods "Pat'terns't for Summer wear They are every one of the very latest design and fashion and have met with' the t unanimous approval of all who have seen them. If you are contemplating the purchase of a summer Dress it would be a wise idea to see what we are showing before you purchase. We are also showing all the necessary Trimmings Laces Embroideries etc. We will be pleased to have you look at our stock n I Rog ers Try Goods Co. Mm Dr. R. L. Farris OstoopatV "PbysV'an over Armstrong Jew" elry Co. Phone 568 d&wtf Magnolia Ice Cream at Brown- ;wood Bakery. Don't fail to bear the concert by the Brownwood band tomor- j row nig lit in front of the Utter- back hot'1!. Ray HaTvman returned last night from a trip to Dallas. Buy your tickets for the Ma- jestic from members of the Christian Endea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 21 June 1907

3v i ? Phone 164 Buy Your Milk From Brownwood PURE FOOD Dairy Phone 164 PUJBUCVSTORAGE WAREHOUSE E. B. Henley & Co. DAILY Drink SECVR.ITY MlUUfD JAVA. andMOCHACa rEE- Pack fcy IMPORTERS COF7X1; CO. 5 w Orleans CHA8 G1DDKH EzclaaiTe Local Agtat rT4 VOL. 7. BROWNWOOD. TEXAS. FRIDAY. JUNE 21 107. Order your Milk from Brownwood Dairy J. C. HOOD Prop. Phone 147. Cleanness and Purity guaranteed. BULLETIN NO. 2J3 If IE PLEADS INSANITY Strong Fight is Being Made Life of Jno. T. Sharp. For MANY WITNESSES TESTIFY That His Actions Pi lor to the Kil'ing of Pride Were Similar to Those of Man Crazed WithGiIef. brought out in the testimony almost a physical impossibility. When the state rested yesterday afternoon and the defense called their witnesses (the first ques- tions tipped off the plea of in- sanity that was to be made. Such a plea in the face of a confes- sion to the crime was expecled by the states attorney and all days prior to the killing. As the spectators listen to the evidence t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 21 June 1907

Walk on Stars Star Brand Shoes Ate Better We Walt on Stas So Can You AND KEEP OUT OF THE MUD! This rainy Wither causes a downward glance and every shoe imperfection is at once realized If in search .of a shoe that Will wear well hold its shape and feel comfortable we can furnish an o Stetsnn ffnr mnV Ti France (for ladies) or "Star Brand" for men women and I children. Let us fit you up for another such rainy oay with both Shoes and Overshoes J 1 o x I The Stetson Shoe has the same quality as the Stetson Hat LaFrance Shoes for Ladies' can't Be Beat I Mi (HMI ODO miV BBBHB MMWWWBB . i i ... . - .. .... .. -p. 1 1 ' ' ' " - The Datfy Bulletin MAYES PRINTING CO. Props Entered at the Brownwood Postoffice as Second-Class Mail Matter. Wiiiif.H Mayes Managing Editor H. P. MaVES Business Manager. C A. TCKNEtL City Editor. E. E. Kirkpatrick Asso. Ed. W. R. Ddia Foreman Mech. Dept. E C. SEITZ Dally Circulator. 'Subscription per Month 50c Friday June 21 1907 r General news. The machine shops an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 21 June 1907

mi Mosquito Bars and Frames $1.50 $2.50 $3.50 Empire Furniture Co. MIDNIGHT BURGLAR Entered Two Stores in One Block Last Night From an Alley. BROKE THROUGH THE WINDOWS diallum & Langtry Drug Store and Stephenson's Grocery Store Entered and Cash Drawer Pilfered. The midnight burglar who has Wen breaking into the stores here repeatedly of late was again at work last night and succeeded in forcing entrances to the drug store of Hallum & Langtry and the grocery store of W. H. Steph- enson both stores located in the Moody block and the rear en trances to each one only a few yards apart. The burglar succeeded in rais- ing the window to the drug store and then tore away some bars which were nailed across the en- trance. At the other store how- ever he was forced to prize the shutters off and then break the window. Only a few dollars were secur- ed from the drug store as only one drawer was pilfered. It is uncertain whether or not the burglar took anything besides cash. At the Steph...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 21 June 1907

4 The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors. Entered at the Brownwood Postoffice as Second Class Mail Matter. ubscription Per Month WILL H. MA YKS Managing Editor. rr p m -VYES Business Manager. C. A. TUNNELL. City Editor. H.. . MA. oubine&s iuac t-twitpatRICK Associate Editor. E. C. SEITZ Dailv Circulator. fc. L. KIRKPATRiUi asso W.R. DULA. Foreman Mech. Dept. Run in Hidalgo county. Texas has the the first bale of cotton this year. The bale was shipped I te . Hous- ton by express and.will be sold there today to the highest b dder t y3 first bale reached Houston July 6 and sold for 35. It was raised at Laredo. The earnest bale prior to this one was received June 22 1901. WHAT CONSTITUTES DEMOCRACY. The Bulletin and News have attended very gently to the young attorney at Brownwood who wrote a friend that the county needed an all-wooWndyard-wide democratic paper. As to the Bulletin it is true to Texas and her people a champion of truth and justice and if ttiese qualiti...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 21 June 1907

V "V Teach The Children t V 3 The habit of saving. Every man cannot leave a fortune to his children but he can do what is bettter teach them to systematically save their money; not to be miserly but to lay aside a portion of their money at regular intervals. ?Fhis is the sure road to wealth. One dollar opens an account at . THE BROWNWOOD JtfATIOWAL BANK. The Boy with a Bank Account Makes a Mao with a Fortune. Hotel Arrivals. Utterback Hotel H F Scheer St. Louis; T H Thorn San Fran- cisco; T G Keilley Ft. Worth; R B McClarty Mercury; Geo. Heichardt Dallas; A E Wartield Dallas; A S Drake Lexington Ky. Roy Toombe Chicago; F H Bumaby Dallas W R Byrd )ublin J. M. Presler Comanche; W J Strongies City; W M Evan City. W M Conoley J EppsCity; J W Wentenger City; D S Mon- roe Illinois; Miss Alice Warren . Comanche; J W Burke. Kansas City; T H Thorn San Francisco; AWKinho NY.: W M Lemey Brady; John Ford Cairo 111.; N J Cooke Memphis; G R Ran- . dolph Houston; H E Samulls Baltimore: J M Dupree ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 21 June 1907

f. T. Molnnis UNDERTAKER j Is next door toJBulletln office. CASKETS COFFINS AND BURIAL SUPPLIES : Office "open flay and night. Froinpi attention to all calls. Office phone 69 Residence 228. Jamestown y ur service and Rates are the Very Best Information cheerfully given J. L McDonald Ticket Agent. Connections Are Certain at Dallasl& Ft. Worth If you travel via the Ifttfcrurban. Cars always arrive and depart on schedul time. Cart leave each city every hour from 6 a. m. to 11 p. m. inclusive. Ho Dust Smok Cinders. For particulars write y. C. FORBESS G. P- & T. A. - Ft. TVortb . Tsxas. I II UK James A. Garfield. By j. yt. E.'DGE'RTOfi. From the tow- path to the pres- idency is a lon ascent. ' 1 1 : i TO the poor boy looking for an in- spiring example the career of .lames A. Garfield furnishes an Jdeal anjl an incentive fil the towpauTto'the presidency Is a Ton;.' ascent He had no outward helps in making that climb but rose only through the strength of his own char- acter. Not on...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 21 June 1907

HovO Are You Filled? SI ! t4 . BBBBBI SSSBlESl u u V -. vf. - .4 Dr. R. L.- Farris Osteopathic Physician over Armstrong Jew elry Co. Phone 568 d&wtf Magnolia Ice Cream at Brown--wood Bakery. Buy your tickets for the Ma- jestic from members of the Christian Endeavor Society. "This is their first benefit Date Thursday the 27th. Hear Mrs. Chas. Whidden sing at the Electric Theatre. Ten cents admits you. d-214 Coffee and Sandwiches. Division No. 7 of the Woman's Home Mission society will serve coffee and sandwiches at the re union in August for the benefit of the new Method isfchurch. TT J 1 11 neaaquarcers ior seasoname tfiaraware at uxmeys tiaraware. T1 T TT 1 I -TT 1 1 . n .1 i I Jnnftnhrpnlv rhp hpsr nrnorflm ever given m isrownwood. Good music at the Favorite tonight If you want pure spices tea oining etc. t have your grocer to bring yOU A. (XJLBBRN'b A. COLBURN'S Grands. They arethe best. The Howard Pvn Wnnrlmati hand will finish musio at ThP j PWriVThtro Thnrcriov Pri. inv ii...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 22 June 1907

Buy Your Milk From Brownwood PURE FOOD Dairy Phone 164 S5 t 4 - PUBLIC STORAGE WAREHOUSE E. B. Henley & Co. DAILY Drink SECURITY BR.AND v- JAVA nd MOCHA COf"FEE FackW ky IMPORTERS COFFEE CO.. If w Orleans CHAS. G1DDEJH EzclaslTe Local Agant VOL. 7. BROWNWOOD. TEXAS. SATURDAY JUNE 22 1907 NO. 214 t-iione lot BULLETIN D D' 1 u IB Order your Miik from Brownwood Dairy J. C. HOOD Prop. Phone 147. Cleanness and Purity guaranteed. . I Was Not Drinking. Will McBride the young man who was found on East Broad- way Thursday in an unconscious condition and who was thought- Will Hoskinson left last night for Chicago where he will take a special course in engineering this summer. Headnnarters for seasonable to have been poisoned called at Hardware at Looney's Hardware the Bulletin office today and re-1 quested that we correct the state- ment which appeared in yester- day's Daily to the effect that ap- pearances indicated that he had ben drinking mixed drinks be- fore he took the several doses...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 22 June 1907

i I I Walk on We Walk oo Stars So Can You Stat Brand Shoes Ate Better r AND KEEP OUT O IT THE MUD! "Stars" This rainy weather causes a downward glance and every shoe imperfection is at once realized. If in search of a shoe that will wear well hold its shape and feel comfortable we can furnish an ideal either in the Stetson (for men) LaFrance (for ladies) or "Star Brand" for men women and children Let us fit you up for another such rainy day with both Shoes and Overshoes The Stetson Shoe has the .same quality as the Stetson Hat The Daily Bulletin ' KATES PRINTING CO.. Prop. Entered at the Brown wood Postoffice as Second-Class Mail Matter. Will H. Mayes Managing Editor H. F. Mayes Business Manager. C A; TUNKEix City Editor. E. E. KlKKPATRICK Asso. Ed. W. R. Ddla Foreman Mech. Dept. E C. SEITZ Dally Circulator. Subscription per Month 50c Saturday June 22 1907 Railroad Matters. Hamilton Rustler. That Ham- ilton is not satisfied with one railroad and is going after an- other one with no ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 22 June 1907

r 2 "I? 'jr-v Maputo Bars and Frames $1.50 $2.50 $3.50 Empire Furniture Co. OFFER Prominent Business Man Says We Want a Big Public Park. Completing the Road. The Deople ot Hamilton are preparing for a monster "blow out" next November when the last spike on the Cage'railroad is driven in that city and citizens v of Stephenville will eat Thanks- giving dinner with the happy Hamiltonians who have many things to make them happy and thankful. The new railroad the result of -good work accom- plished by our young financier Bnice Cage will work wonderous changes in that section and its rich lands and other latent re- sources will soon be made to pay rich tributes to this man's enter- est and energy. Contractor W. T. Montgomery expects to finish the Stephenville N. & S. railroad into Hamilton not later than November 1 and possibly sooner because 72 . per cent of the grade work is already finished and 300 teams will push the balance to an early comple- laying rapidly and it will not be lo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 22 June 1907

The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors. Entered at the Brownwood Postoffice as Second Class Mail Matter. ubscription Per Month 50c WILL H. MAYES Managing Editor. H. P. MAYES Business Manager. C. A. TUN NELL. City Editor. . C. SEITZ Daily Circulator. E. E. KIRKPATRicK Associate Editor. W. R. DULA. Foreman Mech. Dept. General News. Monk Gibsont trial is on at Cuero. Ex-President Cleveland's con- dition is improved. State Treasurer is to advertise for state depositories. Pharmacists elect officers and adjourn to meet next in Galves- ton. Nicaragua denies making de- mands on Honduras for terri tory. State likely to 'close today in the Haywood case at Boise Idaho. Presbytery at Austin elects delegates to the Waxahachie Synod. Bain ends the second day's Emancipation celebration at Brenham. White employes in department at Washington rebel against negroes. Zerrando Garza was knocked out of the arms of its riurse by a passing vehicle as she was crossing a street and one of the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 22 June 1907

teach The Children The habit of saving. Every man cannot leave a fortune to his children 'out he can do what is bettter teach them . to' systematically save their money; not to be miserly but to lay aside a portion of tneir money at regular intervals. This is the sure road to wealth. One dollar opens an account at THE BROWNWOOD JtfATIOWAL. BANK. The Boy with a Bank Account Makes a Mao with a Fortune. Officers and Directors : T. C. YANTIS President J. C. WEAKLEY 1st Vice Pres. J. A. WALKER 2nd Vice Pres. MILLARD ROfllNES Cashier WM. B. CROSS Asst. Cashier G. N. HARRISQN H. T. WILLIAMS. i OLD TIMERS MEET J. V. Davis and T. J. Shield Have Been Here Long Time. "talk over early days I With For Such Another Country if Indian Depredations Could be Eliminated. Even at Present Age. A Bulletin man was passing down Baker streeet this morn- ing in search of a news item and spied -two old grey headed gentleman enjoying a chat We sauntered near and found that they were discussing the inci- dents ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 22 June 1907

; s cmm u-! 1 The Greatest Bargain Event In This Store's History Opens Monday Morning at 8 O'clock. A Gigantic Sale that offers to you over $50000 worth of the very NEWEST CHOICEST and most SERVICEABLE Merchandise at and in many instances below what it cost the mills to produce. Now's the time to go after the manufacturer the time he'll make BIG price reductions to close out his surplus stocks. For the past month our buyer has been busy grasping every opportunity to scoup in the surplus stocks and bargain lots when the prices were made low enough. As a result we" are prepared for this sale as never before. To add special impetus to this sale we have ruthlessly cut prices on regular lines of goods throughout the whole store and the inducements offered are so overwhelmingly strong that the most sensational selling will result. Don't fail to attend this sale Monday and throughout the entire week. It isthe greatest actual bargainleast ever spread out before you. WE CANJSOT TOO EMPHASIZE...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 22 June 1907

f. T. Mclniils. UNDBRTAKEK Is nest tfoorto'.Bulletln office. CA.SKETS COFFINS AND BURIAL SUPPLIES. Office open flay and mght. Prompt attention to all calls. Office phone 69 Residence 228 Your Pleasure Is Our Business And if you are going north or east "would be pleased to give you full informa- tion as to rates T. McDonald Ticket Agent. d220 Connections Are Certain at Dallasl& Ft. Worth If you travel via the Interurban. Cars always arrive and depart on scheduh 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. DALLAS OF-VfORTnl lll&airsions COLORADO For Cool Summers. 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 4060 Loveland.. 35.45 Pine Grove 48;2o Pueblo 30.70 Trinidad 26.35 On sale; June lBt to Sept. 30th. Limit Oot. 31st. SANTA FE OFFERS EXCELLENT SERVICE...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 22 June 1907

Are You FiAed? It is not a question of how you are fixed with reference to your finances but how is your supply of Clothing and Gents Furnishings. Have you all the Shirts you need ? Do you run short on Collars occasionally ? Need any Underwear Hosiery or Handkerchiefs? How about a new Hat for Sunday? or a pair of Shoes? Have you noticed our Window display of Shoes? We question you because oftentimes a man forgets that he needs certain articles until it is too late to purchase. Our store is well stocked with everything needed in Gents Furnishings. The prices are right too. Rog Dry Goods Go X ari1 X 30 Dr. R. L. Parris Osteopathic Physician over Armstrong Jew : elry Co. Phone 568 d&wtf Magnolia Ice Cream at Brown- wood Bakery. . Miss Virginia Morris of this city is visiting Miss Nell Roscoe 5n Coleman this week. Buy your tickets for the Ma jestic from members of the Christian Endeavor Society. This is their first benefit Date Thursday the 27th. Mrs. John Barber returned night befo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 24 June 1907

Buy Your Milk From Brownwood PURE FOOD Dairy DAILY BULLETIN. Phone 164 PIJBidIC STORAGE JNSEHOUSE EWHenley & Co. Phono 2. Drink SECUR-ITY BRAND JAVA 8Lnd MOCHA COrFFZ Packed by IMPOR.TERS COFFEE CO. New Orleans CHAS G1DDENS. Exclusive Local Acatit VOL. 1. BROWN WOOD. TEXAS MONDAY. JUNE 24 1907. NO. 215. Phone 164 D Order your Milk from Brownwood Dairy J. C. HOOD Prop. Phone 147. Cleanness and Purity guaranteed. Railroad Committee. The railroad committee of the Brownwood Fifty Thousand Club left this morning over the Frisco for Dublin where the confer- ence is to take place with similar committees from Waco and Ham- ilton. The committee which left here this morning is com- posed of the following men : H. W. McGhee J. A. Austin I. J. . Rice D. F. Johnson J. R. Looney and Jno. G. Lee. Brooke Smith was at Houston yesterday and. left that city this morn ing for Waco where he joined the Waco delegation and will accompany them to Dublin. The meeting was called to order this afternoon a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 24 June 1907

I I Walk on Stat Brand Shoes AreBetter We Walt on St So Can Yo AND KBKP OUT OF THE MUD! This rainy weather causes a downward glance and every shoe imperfection is at once realized. If in search of a shoe that will wear well hold its shape and feel comfortable we can furnish an ideal either in the Stetson (for men) LaFrance (for ladies) or "Star Brand" for men women and children. Let us fit you up for another such rainy day with both Shoes and Overshoes. 4 L 9 1 V I 4 "Sta rs" I The Stetson Shoe has the same quality as the Stetson Hat LaFrance Shoes for Ladies' can't Be Beat. I 1 l 1 mwmmmmmmammmmmmmmomHmtmmommmmmowmmmmommmmmmammmBmammmmtmmam IN The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors. Kotered at the Brownwood PostofiBce as Second Class Mail Matter. Subscription Per Month 50c WILL H. MAYES Managing Editor. H. F. MAYES Business Manager. C. A. TUNNELL. City Editor? E.'C. SEITZ Daily Circulator. K. E. KIRKPATRICK Associate Editor. "W R. DTJLA Foreman Mech. Dept. THE HOME S...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 24 June 1907

r1 jSS It is raid that "The road to a mans heart is through his stomach. Thie meant that to give a man pure and palatable food will make him health v and hearty which will go a long way towards making him prosperous and happy- You can procure this class of food at W. EL Stevenson's grocery and the beauty of it all is. the goods ire not only good but the price It right. PHONE 96. W. H. Stevenson. Hurlbut Carpenter. Friends of the popular young groom were surprised this morn- ing to learn that on last night Mr. Shelley Hurlbut and Miss Lola CarjWter were quietly married at 10:15 o'clock in front of Mrs. Arnold's home Rev. ..John W. Smith officiating. The wedding came in the nature of a surprise because the bride was "a visitor in the city. She came here only two weeks ago for a visit to Mrs. H. H. James and was tohave returned this morn- ing to her home at Ferris Texas. Although her stay was short it was time enough for the young people to renew a court- ship begun at school when they...

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