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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 2 July 1907

O OaMCaMiOHMiOpi Scorcher I i This is ft That is when yourfeel that trmzn Looney Mercantile Co. constantly watch their short list and always manage to fill in on goods that are in season before they run out That's why it will pay you to visit us first I Headquarters For Umbrellas Fans and all Kinds of Novelties. i Looney 1 General News. MMllMMMMtMH A rainstorm falls only on half of Beaumont. Miss Elizabethney died sud- denly at Austin. There was storm damage at the Powell oil field. Dr. H. Friedenwald makes a plea for hope of Jews. New York state commission- ers hold first session yesterday. . The sheriff of Wilson county has discovered the den of cattle thieves. A contractor of Charlotte N. C:f is arrested and charged with peonage. Negro was indicted at Bay City for killing seventy-two deer in one season. A Mexican tries to escape from the Beaumont jail but is shot in the big toe. "Texas dynamite company of Beaumont is preparing to fight the powder trust. Arthur Hodges was murdered...

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

1 1 it I'M m -mm Li Li a I II Kim mmm WHAT TO INVENT. Seaw Ncftied Article That Will Bring Millions to Makers. You don't an lii- vemor to im Ly Some or our greatest inv . uirteu oui in other lines. majority of the great inventions in America are due to men who stumbled onto improvements in their work. Thomas A. Edison- who Tias taken out nearly 500 patents started work at twelve years of age as newsboy on the .Grand Trunk Railroad. For more than ten years he was a telegraph operator "and it was not until he was thirty-seven years old that he took out his first patent. Benjamin Franklin who first put electricity to practical use was a printer's apprentice at the age of twelve and it was not until he was fortv-five years old that he finally found electricity. The inventor of the telephone Alexander G.. Bell was a Scotch man who came to this country p. 1870 as a teacher of deaf Jtes and then became'nrofess- fxii. uuc (j in v exalt? ui jjuaiuu. Eli Whitney of cotton gin fame was a teach...

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

The Daily Bulletin . MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors. ' Entered at the Browmvood Postoffice as Second Class Mail Matter. lubscrlption Per Month WILL H. MAYES Managing Editor. H. P. MAYES Business Manager. C A. TUNNELL City Editor. E. C. SEITZ Daily Circulator. . E. E. KIRKPATRICK Associate Editor. W. R. DULA. Foteinan Mech.'Dept. . STREET PAVING AT MARSHALL. The newspapers of Texas are having a good deal to say about the campaign of street paving that has been inaugurated in the city of Marshall. It is a campaign that is worthy of note. .It is worthy of note because Marshall is one of the most progressive cities in East Texas and it is worthy of note because" it shows "what a progressive people can do when they are willing to coin their talk about a project into actions. There is not a city of any pretensions in this state that is not engaged in a desultory dis- cussion of the question of improving 'the town and enhancing its beauty by pavements and sidewalks but the actual endea...

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

R3$ arding V V While we solicit and are always glad to receive large deposits and our facilities are ample for taking care of accounts carry- ing large balances THg BROWN WOOD NATIONAL BANK from the beginning of its history has steadfastly encouraged small de positors to open accounts since not every one begins life a capitalist and ther.e is every reason for extending a welcome to the depositor with moderate means. Our vaults are as secure and convenient as money can make them we having spared no expense in their construe- iion ana lurnismngs. I Bill Introduced in'the Legislature and Will Probably Pass. HL UI.UIIU L- UU i i hi lint i i ii i 1 1 1 1 And House?! Believed to be Strongly For the Measure Governor Hoke Smith Will Sign. Atlanta Ga-. June 29. A Dill whih has been introduced in the senate of the Georgia legislature created much interest throughout the state. Prohibi- tionist leaders have been active for some time and the effect of their efforts are now plainly visible since...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 2 July 1907

TROPICAL TITBITS. CAPE PRINCE OF WALES. 111 Benjamin Franklin. "By J. EVG EUTOJV. He went with- out lunches to have more time to read. TO improve his style as a writer Benjamin Franklin as a boy read passages from Addison's Spectator then two or three days later tried to reproduce them. He was careful not to memorize the language but only fixed the thought Jn his mind then by comparing his ottu language with the original was enabled to discover the defects in his style. To improve is conduct Franklin made out a list of the cardinal virtues then marked down any infraction of them during each day lie also adopt ed early In life a set of simple rules -venopnon s description or the Socratic method and it made a lasting Impres- sion on his mind. He decided to drop the dogmatic way of making state- ments a.nd fo follow the plan of the wise old. Athenian. To this habit of asking questions and making sugges- tive and tentative statements rather than being self assertive and positive Frankli...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 2 July 1907

it Will Be worth Vour While - ii 6 1 9 t v - V 1 f VI f I. ' . i- 'j ' " : - I" i . '.j 1 it i mm . Dr. R. L. Farris Osteopathic physician over Armstrong Jew airy Co. Phone 568 d&wt: falter Barnes of Comanche is rh the city today on a brie btjsmes trip. We take' you sleigh riding a She Favorite tonight. Headquarters for seasonable Hardware at Looney's Hardware Miss May Harris came in last . ?iight from Temple for a visit to iXliss Essie McCorkle. Screen doors ice cream freez hsrs and lawn mowers at Looney's 'Hardware. V Stacy Bee man of Dallas is in Jfcecity today 3V and will visit his jginum xur be tucu uays. t r i j Keep cool go iwitrhf to the Favorite Mrs. . A. Abney went to sas tms morning ior a to "relatives. . 'i Jiave cne Dest water niter on Hm market. Cone the Plumber. Juways a good program at the iliyonte. . A. Fields of Burnett has m. aea to nis nome aiter a pleasant visit to his sister . J. E . Hodce. a - - .-Hbe biggest stock of screen 4m In Brownwood from $1 up. tTh...

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

i .1 ' v ' ' ' ( Phone 164 Phone 164 Buy jour Milk From Brownwood PURE FOOD Dairy DAILY BULLETIN. PUBLIC tltORAGE wareKuse FIn Job Printing See MAYES PRINTING CO. Bulletin Balldiax. V. X E. B. Henley & Co. Pka 2. VOL. 7. BROWNWOOD. TEXAS WEDNESDAY JULY 3 1907. NO. 223 .. -.-1 L Library Notice The Carnegie Library will be open tomorrow from 2 p. m. to 4 p. m. The great hippopotamus hunt on the river ZambeBi. Trapped by natives at the Majestio tonight. Brownwood Pure Pooa Dairy phone164. A SKYLIGHT looks like an easy thing to make but you have to know how. The rain has a habit of finding the slightest chance to get in around the sash or base. IT DOESN'T GET IN when we make or repair a skylight. Phone 432. RANKIN SHEET METAL . WORKS. Special 4 I In Up Sale on Ladies' a Silk Waists Ladies' Lawn Ladi Voile Skirts Silk Suit Patterns Silk Waist Patterns Job lot Silks from O values. val ill i r ahma! rivM D in buipci iwum We show Floor Coverings galore. D grade (ft flfj II 2 yards wide"...

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

I i Dress Goods Belts Novelties A look will convince you that we have given the above departments a very careful study. While the f stock is somewhat broken we still have an excellent assortment in lightweight Dress Goods In Belts and Novelties we are especially strong. We watch all the Journals and when we see some- I. thing new and snappy we lose no time in sending in a mail order marked RUSH. By this means we al- ;. ways have the very latest fads out and there is seldom a week that you can't find something new in this department. Don't fail to see our assortment' in Ladies' Misses and Children's Hosiery. r I 1 L Looney Mercantile Co. 9 Tlxe Oitjr Store. The Daily Bulletin MATK8 PRINTING CO.. Props. Cntered at the Brownwood Postoffice ag Second-Class Mail Matter. Will H. MayxS Managing Editor H. F. Mayks Business Manager. C A. Tunneix CityfEditor. E. E. Kirkpatrick Asso. Ed. W. R.. Dula Foreman Mech. Dept. E C. Skitz Dally Circulator. flabacription per Month 50c Wednesday July 3 1...

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

"VI L RAILROAD ASSURED Big M&m Ytrdar WGre$ Sccm. FUNDS SUBSCRIBED READILY Brawaweed Citixeaa are Eatknaiaatic About the Wace-Browawa Road aad Donate Large Sum. Direct railroad connection with Waco. That's the way things are looking just now. The big railroad mass meeting at the court house yesterday afternoon was a howling success. The Brownwood band with it's usual unselfish enterprise furnished music for the occasion and the court room was well filled when the meeting was called to order by President Harrison of the Brownwood Fifty Thousand Club. Brooke Smith was chosen chairman and E. E. Kirkpatrick secretary of the meeting. Speeches were made by I. J. ice and C. H. Jenkins urging he hearty support of every citi zen to the Fifty Thousand Club. Mr. Jenkins said that the time had been when Brownwood was the synonym for co-operation and energy. That every propo- sition that looked good was! grabbed at by the hustling busi ness men of Brownwood. He recited the time when the Sant...

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

The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors. Entered at the Brownwood Postoffice as Second Class Mail Matter. ubacription Per Month k . 50c WILL H. MAYES Managing Editor. H. P. MAYES Business Manager. C. A. TUNNELL City Editor. B. C. SEITZ Daily Circulator. K. E. KIRKPATRICK Associate Editor. W. R. DULA Foreman. Mech. Dept. SENATOR BAILEY AND DEMOCRACY. As is well known the Times-Herald is reckoned an opponent of Senator Bailey because of the latter's transactions with H. Clay Pierce. The paper has had no occasion to change its view that the senator scorched his garments when he fell in with Pierce; the Scriptural injunction to avoid the very appearance of evil he certainly did not obey. The address delivered by the senator on Saturday at Grand Prairie accentuates our regret that he should ever have placed himself in a compromising posi- tion for that address is true Democracy a fit expression for the party in the approaching national contest. The doctrines of in- dividual...

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

I J ! ' - lg I m m r .1 f Mr if i Win i tJL' Regarding ing large balances THE BROWNWOOD NATIONAL BANK from the beginning of its history has steadfastly encouraged small de- positors to open accounts since not every one begins life a capitalist and there is every reason for extending a welcome to- the depositor with moderate means. Our vaults are as secure and convenient as money can make them we having spared no expense in their construc- fi rn arm fitrnichirrtc I Store Will Be Closed it t; all day tomorrow Next day we will have nume rous pedals for sale in every department. 3 I n To The Public. Have your work done in a sat- ebel the Painter Paperhanger tnd Decorator is the man to do it All kinds of in and outside painting and Fresco work dec- orating in composition Carton- Pierre Staff and Fibrous Plaster work. Paper hanging and dec- orating a specialty. If you have jiny of this work to do let me Jfizixre with you. Call me up. Gilliam Bros. jhphone 431. d-Aug. 3rd. M. McClure chief...

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

Ill IK Thomas Jefferson. y J. CDGEHTOft. Jtfftrsan ' grtattst pewer was hi: epti- m'utic faith in the csmmtn pttpU. THOMAS JEFFERSON while the great Democrat of his era was of rather ariatocratlo parentage and lud the advantage of a lib- eral education. He waa peculiarly considering his time and surroundings of the type of the scholar in politics. That he shoufcl have been this and yet the foremost American radical of his day marks him as au odd combination in our history. The turning point In his career was his appointment to draft the Declaration of Independence. This came about from a double cause Jef- ferson's reputation as a writer of polit- ical documents and the jealousy felt tutu luguiicia kjl. Luui caa iuaiu Richard Henry Lee who had Intro- . duced the independence resolution. iwjuuica uuve uetju written to disprove Jefferson's authorship of the Declara- tion and a widespread belief has per- sisted even to the present that most of it if not all was really written by Thomas ...

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

Good Evening. V l' .?T. -- X .:" i i t Dr. R. L. Farris Osteopathic ifhysician over Armstrong Jew airy Co. Phone 568 d&wtf Deputy Sheriff Geo. Smith of Winchell is in the city today on Business. Magnolia Ice Cream at Brown- wood Bakery. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bates ieft Sunday morning for Paris Texas where they will spend wo weeks as the guests of Mr. Bates parents and other relatives. A brand new program tonight at the Majestic A derrick on a car was backed into the oil and ater cranes at the Santa Fe yesterday and de molished both cranes. Consider able oil and water flowed out before the pipes were -closed. Workmen are reinstating the cranes today. Free concert by the Brown wood $&nd tonight at the Majestic. Dr. C. S. Jackson and wife of Brown wood left on the even ing train Saturday for their jrome. Dr. Jackson was here on his professional visit and Mrs. Jackson to visit her daughter who is stenographer for the Ben- aaett Abstract Co. and son who is one of the partners in th...

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

WNWOOD DAILY BULLETIN. VOLUME VII. BROWNWOOD TEXAS JULY 4 1907. NUMBER 224 BRD BroWnWood Brownwood is a city of about 10000 people and its population is growing all the while in steady strides. From the time of the advent of the Santa Fe in the SO's immigration has been drift- ing m ever increasing streams to this section of; the state and lownwood has caught more in its pro rata share of it. The and the hammer are never . i i i . . especially there has been a vast amount of improvement more than two hundred new residences built substantial business blocks erected and a number ot new industries installed. There is an air of thrift of enterprise aud push of city ways about every- thingits stocks of goods and store furnishines its elegant banks and public buildings its costly churches and towering school structures its spacious avenues its elegant homes and costly equipages and chief of all its women of queenly carriage and easurban manners as well as of pretty form and features these...

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

BROW WOOD PROGRESSIVE BUSINESS ENTERPRISES. Brownwood Bulletin. Midsummer Edition 1907. Jackson Hughes Company. Wfaolesal and Retail Hardware Implements Machinery Vehicles Saddlery Stoves and etc. i Brownwood is note&for the ex- tent to whioh her commercial and industrial relations have been oarried and we wish to call especial attention of our readers to one house which stands forth pre-eminbnt in its line and which is developed to as high a degree of perfection as any hardware Co. in the State. This business was established by the Hurlbut Sample Co. and later changed to the Hurlbut Hardware Co. when Brownwood was a mere village and in 1905 the Jackson Hughes Co. pur- chased Mr. Hurlbuts interest and changed the style of the firm to the Jaokson Hughes Co. in- corporating under the laws of the state with a paid in oapital stock of $100000.00 with the following officers Mr. Edl S. Hughes Pres- ident Colonel Felix Jackson Vice President and General Manager Mr. John B. Walton Secre...

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

I art II.Mid Summer Iciitio:tX BROWNWOOD DAILY BULLETIN. j VOLUME VII. BROWNWOOD TEXAS JULY 4 1907. NUMBER 224 2 2900 ACRES FINE LAND WILL CUT TO SUIT PURCHASER or WILL SELL IN BODY AS RANCH. LOCATED 18 MILES FROM BROWNWOOD. 9 There are Five Hundred Acres of this land in a good state of cultivation now and six sets of houses. The price is within the reach of all. Write soon ami get particulars. It makes a desirable place on which to live and the yield from the land pays well. wm 1 ti- 1280 ACRES FINE LA I located within seven miles of Brown wood will make a desirable home or will prove an excellent investment. Will either sell all in one tract or cut to suit the purchaser. 200 acres of this land is in good state of cultiva- tion. This tract can be handled for 11. OO per acre. NOTE If vou are interested in either of the above tracts write us at once for they are bound to go. The land is c5 choice and the price is low. We take pleasure in answering questions and showing property. We a...

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

MITCHELL WAGONS. HAY PRESSES V. A Few Reasons Why the Lightning Hay Press Takes the Leiid. 3 13 1 4 1 J ft A MONARCH OF THE ROAD "The best is always. the cheapest." Mitchell Wagons Made Since 1834 Mitchell Wagons are recognized standard all over the world. They are made by people who have spent a life time and know how to make a good wagon. They don't try to see how cheap a wagon can be built but how good it's largely a matter of family pride with the Mitchell people as the business has been handed down from one generation to the other. You never saw a defective Mitchell Wagon did you? That's because they use the best ma- terial money can buy and every piece of work is thoroughly inspected before it goes out. We can make terms and prices to suit.you 1 Brownwood Bulletin. Midsummer Edition 1907. Brown county is not a moun- tainous country nor yet a level plains country. - There are many hills throughout this section mostly covered with small tim- ber and they are decidedly ad- vantag...

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

BflOWNWOOD PROGRESSIVE BUSINESS ENTERPRISES. M Brownwood Lumber Co. Lumber and Bulldinc Material. The Brownwood Lumber Com- pany are leading dealers in lum- ber and furniBh material for everything in . the line of woodwork and interior finish- ing their reputation being am- pie guarantee for everything sold as represented. It is fully acknowledged by builders and the building trade of this seotion that this company has a broad and liberal policy and that the general high char- acter of the house has resulted in giving them a splendid and ever growing patronage. They make i speoialty of the retail business having their offices and large; vards on Fisk and East Adams Tstreets. They are fully prepared ;o handle any speoial orders promptly as they are working in bonjunotion with leading whole sale dealers and are interested in one of the largest saw mills in Eastern Texas. They are now in better shape to give prompt ser- vioe than ever before. They oarry an immenee stook of lumber and t...

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

BROWWWOOD PROGRESSIVE BUSINESS ENTERPRISES. i ; IIV THE :: mm J -A:i-y.: - .' "O...- -" ! oro wn wood raSl - ;:.'-: g rr"' ' We. Have a ; : 3W isjk&a i ii2)L iJi lanu. II mmm Country Home Ready Ivist of XvOXlClS Our lands are cheap but are steadily advancing in price. Raw lands are selling from $5 to $20 per acre. Improved farms range in price from $12.50 to $30 Below vve give a brief description of a few places taken at random from our list of lands. H f Acres in 4 miles of Gros- jL LC venor 10G acres tillable 65 aores in cultivation red Bandy land 2 fine tanks 3 room house bkrn and sheds. $12.50 per .aore one half oash balance easy. -i O -f Acres 10 miles of Brown- JLO JL wood 60 aores in cultiva- tion everlasting water . 5 room house barn etc black sandy land. S12.50 per acre S700 cash balance 5 years. i Qf) Acres 14 miles of Brown--ItLwood 180 acres tillable 100 acres in cultivation rich black and black sandy land 7 room frame house with good cistern 1.2 mile from post offic...

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

7 BROWNWOOD PROGRESSIVE BUSINESS ENTERPRISES wtrrra """r "-?f 1 ' Office of SWEET & ZIMMERMAXX REAL ESTATE AND FIRE INSURANCE. SeeWrlteup In This Issue. Weakley-Clingman Hardware Company. Vehicles Wholesale Hardware Implements Saddlery etc. The Weakley-Clingman Hard- ware Company is well known to every one in Brownwood and vi- oinity as tbe business has been successfully operated in this city ior thirty-one years. This is the oldeBt business institution in Brownwood and the firm is com- posed of men who have lived in Brownwood so long that if they j homes. ever lived anywhere else they l- They also have displayed kinds of tin work at very reason- able prices being thoroughly equipped with time saving tools and applianoes and have expert workmen in charge of that de- partment. They have recently added a plumbing department whioh is conveniently arranged for the display of their complete stook of plumbing supplies showing cus- tomers eaoh fixture as it would appear installed in th...

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