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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 7 May 1904

Voile With Lace. Tacks and triple skirts make two noteworthy features of present styles that are combined most effectively in this charming gown. As shown the material is champagne colored voile with ecru lace and the waist is made with double sleeves and contrasting 4653 Tucked Waist 32 to 40 bust 554 Sectional Tuckod Sktr: 22 to 30 to 1st rest but the design is a simple one and is appropriate to all the season's materials while the contrasting vest and trimming and substituting bishop sleeves for the double ones. The skirt consists of three flounces all cf which are straight at their lower edges and which arc joined beneath hems that give an effect of tucks and is peculiarly well suited to bordered and to washable fabrics. To make rfsT6r-a woman of medium size will be required ovs yards ot material 21 5 yards 27 or 3Vi yards 44 inches widet to make the skirt 114 yards 21 9 yards- 27 or 3 yards 44 inches wide. m A May Manton pattern of waist. No. -53 sizes 32 to 40 or of skirt 4654...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 7 May 1904

IV ' m mumt i Hit lk' KS9 I I all wool C and It $.W suits on sain 200 pair of men's odd pants in wool now at OS tflieviots wool tricot tho lo0 grade on i Tale at per pan wc GO men's all wool cheviot suits all . . . well made $8.60 grade on sale at per r !mlr "i?" ? ta. l"1."1 m voreja suit. . ..... . . . . : oH whip cord S1.25 grade in sale 8.1c 3G men's suits in grey mixture strict- Counter sale men's pants speci.nl lot ly all wool ami well tailored retail in cassiniere cheviots and worsted not $10.00 oil sale at $0 08 a pair worth less than $2.00 now on 24 men's suitf strictly high elaa at . . .SI 39 goods tailor inado the ; O. and high . fl fft c ass c otlnng m worsted and h evt oh t x cheviols rclnll lincc $2.5? nil nniv pattern nnbrcakablc fronts . . ! 1 ei n rctuigy 13.50 per suit noy on " lmU ' on sa lt ?l Jb sale aPijf $S i)i. Counter sale tho .greatest lot of mens 72 men's suits in all wool worsted dress pants in fancy worsted not a pair tailor made C and 13. clothing bette...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 7 May 1904

Daniel Baker ys. Aneelo. Arrangemens have bben made j for another series of ball game GRjOCE EMPIRE FURNITURE CO between Daniel Baker college onri the S5nn Ancrfiln team. The eames will be played at San An- gelo on May 26 27 and 28 and Has Just Received A Cat Load of Garland Stoyes and Ranges i The rt K-k jang;' 8 from tho cheapest co lor to a fin iiige. Si e iia for Prices: J. D. Stewatt Mag. At 9M US BUM ft W1WJ Aau at The 0aslfl n tnt tkli Trde-Mrt. Brrara or Itniuimni A - flBBHHHIHBBIIBB : - y V exoursion rateB will be Lad irom Brownwood west with three days stop over privileges. The Dan- iel Baker quartette Tvill accom- pany the college ball team to An- gelo and furnish music for the oq- oasion. Ask your druggist about "Few- er gallons; wears longer." Stationery; the kind that always pleaseB. Allison Turner & Co. Get prices on Refrigerators 10 per cent oheaper than any other house in Brownwood. E. J. Broad. THE DAILY BULLETIN. MAYES PRINTING CO. Proprietors. Entered at the ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 7 May 1904

I RIGHT NOW IS THE TIME. IF you contemplate buying in the near future a nice Suit of Clothing either for every day or Sunday wear you should step in at Roger' s early next week and look at the line of Clothing he is showing. It is the h andsomest line beyond ques- tion in the city. The qualities are the best to be had while the make-up and fit is as near perfect as it is' possible to get. The price always an important item in buying ot clothing will be satisfactory. But come in and see for yourself We leave it to you to decide whether or not our suits are not all we claim for them. ft 3 ROGERS UNDERWEAR DEPARTMENT. Rogers is well prepared to handle the Summer Under trade with as complete a line of medium- and high grade Underwear as you can find anywhere -Roger's Underwear gives satisfaction. The prices are right too. Better go to Roger's when you want Underwear. It will be a saving to your purse. ROGER'S IS HEADQUARTERS for SHOES; has them in High and Low Quarters has them In plain...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 7 May 1904

j "VP? N . .. V ' ' N . ' ;te War! And of war! Rumors I 1 1 rHERB'LL BE iV HOT OMJVIK IN THE OIvD TOWN. WE AIIE LOADED and Ready for the Greatest War on Dry Goods mi n the Next 20 Days PRICES LOST SIGHT OF Igtiiessed in Rrowuwood. During saeao K9 iwiimiinimiiunm $5 .$1 GfwKagS 1 "V I fl lib " am t 5 iocs 'J! V o O O O Gr n ale of Our Entire TROT n Next 20 Days B Entire Stock marked down without regard to Actual Value or Former Prices during this sale. Counter sale plain iigure marked down prices throughout our entire stock Big Bargains in Clothing. $1000Q stock clothing for men and boys suit clothing and odd pants comprising the very best makers of clothing. During this sale at one-fourth and one-third off regular price A big saving in clothing for men and boys".' Counter sale marked down prices for your inspection. SO men's suits In cheviot wooLcnwh . (Jrcat s.lllo men and buyo(ld jmnls and worsted $0.50 crmv now.r w ou ne Krentesc vanies um.iv.-u iui u.v Tliliii I I l i i ibm hMii...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 7 May 1904

srfox ktw Outbound. A lonely sail In th vast sen-room. I have put out for the port of gloom. The voynxe is far on the trackless -tlrlfc. Tlie watch is long ami the seas are wide. The hentllamls blue in the sinking day Kiss me n hand on the outward wqy . The fadim? gulls as they dip and veer. Lift me u Voice that is .ijood to hear. The great winds como. and the heaving seal. The restless-mother is calling me. The cry of her heart ts lone and wild. Searching: the night for her wandered child. . - . Beautiful weariless mother of mine. In the drift of doom 1 am here 1 am thine. noyonI the fathom of hope or fear. From bourn to bourn of the dusk I steer. Swept on :n the wake of the stars in The strenm Of a roving tide from dream to dream. Uttkr..nv:u A GASOLINE CUPID By CKITTKXDKX MAKKIOTT "Teuf! Teuf! Teuf: Teuf! Hrrr! ; Wough!" The automobile ceased it monotonous chant coughed onre or twice and subsided into a state of silence and alas! immobility. In a moment the chauffeur 'Aas off his...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 7 May 1904

The letter of Miss Merkley0 W'hose nicture i; nrinferl ahnve. wuuac picture i& pnnitu dome proves beyond question that 1 Dallas Screen Co.. Dallas Texas. thousands of cases of inflamma-1 when it comes to borrowing trou- tion of the ovaries and womb i b1; 1.!!ere is nevcr ftny -diBculty about are annually cured by the use of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. "Deab Mks. Petcham; Gradual loss of strength and nerve force told me something was radically wrong with me. I had severe shooting pains through the pelvic organs cramps and extreme irritation compelled me to seek medical advice. The doctor said that I had ovarian trouble and ulcera- tion and advised an operation. I strongly objected to this and decided to try Iivdia E. Pinklmm's Yejre- taWe Compound. I soon found that What a woman likes is to have a my judgment was correet and that all 'man act toward her with boldness be- the good things said about this medi- y0nd her endurance and then with cine were true and day by da...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 7 May 1904

Monday s Selling Will be large in the "Woman's Ready-Made Department if ; t day's business up to this hour counts for . anything: in the way of large'sales. 20 per cent discount is offered again for Monday. " If you are interested in goods Ready-1 to"-Wear now is the time-to look. us over; .; . . " ' We are requesetd to announce that Hon CarJos Bee candidate for congress will not address the people on tunight as was an- nounced in yesterday's paper on ucconnt of conflicting dates. He wilJ bo in Brownwood one day next week and will address 'the voters then. Many are disap pointed in not getting to hear the speech tonight. They Say cm Five Dollars has always been our strong line' of Walking Skirts and goods at this price especially have been sold aa.yery cloje margin of profit. I IMow All So.OO Skirts are. Now All 4.00 Skirts are Now All 3.00 Skirts are .S4.00 . 3.20 . 2.40 I Muslin Underwear Sale at 20 Per Cent Discount for Monday Our reputation for selling the best Ready-Made Under-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 9 May 1904

-13 -VOL. 4. RROWNWOOD TEXAS MONDAY MAY 9. 1904. NO.; t - X: 1 The Greatest Event 174 L.SxSfSSt -TL. t J 1 1 ? - . Ji. -- In the History of Dry Goods Selling in Brownwood is the Great May Sale at Sam Brin's One-Price Store AH previous prices are disoounted and in many instances the prioes have been cut half in two. We propose to make this the greatest sale Brownwood has overseen regardless of what others may do or say. "We offer a better class of goods at less prices than others ask for goods that are shoddy cheap and out of date. Every article in our store will bear the closest inspection and in no instanoe will you find that we do not give full measure heaped and running over for every cent you spend at our store. We 'don't have any baits don't give you a big out on one article and rob you on the next. Our reductions are uniform and apply to every thing in our great store. We want your business this mohth and we assure you. that every-article you buy at our storerin any department...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 9 May 1904

THE DAILY BULLETIN. MAYES PRINTING CO. Proprietors. MARKET LETTER COTTON MARKETS. OPENED HIGH LOW . CLOSE Saturday Entered at the Brownwood Poatoffice as second class imail matter. 7 34 7 24. ...7 31 ...7 21 ...6 88 7 33 722 0 39 0 12 Of. i dm WILL H. MAYES Editor. CYRUS A. TUNNELL City. Editor HERVEY F. MAYES Manager. THOS. A. DUDGEON Circulation Manager. The Fort Worth Recotd is howling itself hoarse for Packer bat there are too jnanv good nncl elligiblo democrats ready to serve their party to go hunting in the doubtful. ranks for a party leader. Park- er is an able man but there is no doubt but that he is unfavorable to the last democratic platform and we don't believe the rank and file democrats will stand for such course work when the time comes to make the nomination "Words are often more important than we think them to be. We utter them thoughtlessly and wound our best friends and when they do the same we are cut to the heart never remembering that 4 as vre sow so we shall re...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 9 May 1904

ft Iff III fit 1 If II ft f 1 ft fit If If ft If if tt If If 1 war! I War War and Rumors 31 of Jfc ; t v. 5 Gn Entire Stock Marked We Are Determined To double our sales for the month of May. We in- tend to Sell $20000 worth of gopds this month and we are going to do it. We generally get what we go after. Prices on this stock will move them fast. Our little competitors will have to take a back seat. We are on the War Path for 20 days only. We have our fighting clothes on backed by the greatest stock of Dry Goods Clothing and Shoes in Brownwood. Our am" munition will be like dynamite to competitors. Watch them howl. Remember the sale commenced Saturday morning at 8:30 and continues lO days only after which original prices will be resumed on entiie stock. SOCIETY and Devoted to the Entertainment and Helpfulnes s of Brown- wood Women and Their Friends. Edited by MISS BESS "Mrs. Vernon Beggs of spent Sunday in the city. Brady Mrs. CL L. McCartney leaves in the morning for a ten days stay...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 9 May 1904

1 - - - - All This Week We will sell women's ready-made sgoods Suits Shirt Waists and .Skirts at 20 per cent discount. "- Avail yourselves of this opportun- ity to save money. Large and 15 correct line of goods new bright . and tasty styles. JHO.WARJD l GILLIAM BROS We sell goods worth the money BROWNWOOD LODGE DlftBCTORY. Notices1 under this heading will be published at $10 per year. Orders car- eying' these standing notices will' not be charged for notices of extra and called meetings. Others will be charged regu- er advertising rates. w. o. w. ?ecan Valley Camp No. 45 meets in Maccabee Hall the first and third Thursday nights in each month. Geo. Walters Conn. Corn. A. E. Wilson Clerk. Railroad Time Table. SANTA FE TO East-bound leaves at.... 7:35 a. m. 75 Arrives From the East. . . .9:30 p. in. THROUGH TRAINS S8 East-bound arrives 7:15 p. m. departs 7:85 p. m. 57 "West-bound arrives 9:30 a. m. Departs 9:45 a. m. ' FRISCO. orth-bound leaves 5:30 a. m. South-bound arrives 6:10 a. m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 10 May 1904

DAILY BULLETIN HT RROWNWOOD TEXAS TUESDAY MAY 10 1904. 1 - NO. 175 Greates vent T K fff ::::: r.:a In the History of Dry Goods Selling in Brownwood is the t Mm . t V Great May Sale at Sam Brih's One-Price Store All previous.prices are discounted and in many instances the prices have been cut half in two. We propose to make this the greatest sale Brownwood has overseen regardless of what others may do or say. "We offer a better olass of goods at less prices than others ask for goods that are shoddy cheap ami out of date. Every article in our store will bear the closest inspection and in no instance will you find that we do not give full measure heaped and running over for every cent you spend at our store. We don!t have any baits don't give you a big cut on one article and rob you on the next. Our reductions are uniform and apply to every thing in our great store. We want your business this month and we assure you that every article you buy at our store in any department is sold you ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 10 May 1904

3 ( The Daily Bulletin Entered at the Brownwood postofficeas second-class mail matter. PnKlicliArl prprv afternoon except Sun day at Brownwood Texas by Mayes! Printing Company. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Ona Week- One Month. One Year .10 620 John Alexander Dnwie's Zion Army has decided to boycott the World's Fair on the ground that it will be a "carnival of vice and immorality. ' ' Ex. You can't climb. the ladder of suo- cess by treading on other's corns. Keep off the corns and don't knock. You're not the only ; there are others and thev have brains and know something as well as you There's no end of fun minding your own business. It makes others like you ; nobody gets stuck on a knooker. Don't be one or two. The Bulletin today received iwo Tnroriositions from wholesale ;X liquor houses to exchange "the PHf wlnslrftv p.ver made" for space in our advertising columns The waste basket got them. Tho nnmmunication across Xake Baikal by ice breakers was Ysrnnnprl .Tnn. 14 and 27. Since uien pass...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 10 May 1904

War War and Rumors of woo! "There'll Be a Hot Time in the Old Town." We are loaded and ready for the greatest war on Dry Goods ever witnessed in Brownwood During the next 20 days prices lost sight of. Grand Slaughtering Sale of Our Entire Stock for the next 20 Days Entire Stock Marked Down Without Regard to actual valuevor former prices during this sale. Counter sale plain figure marked down prices throughout our entire stock. 1 5 J We Are Determined To double our sales for the month of May. We in- tend to Sell $20000 worth of goods this month and we are going; to do it. We generally get what we go after. Prices on this stock will move them fast. Our little competitors will have tcf take a back seat. We are on the War Path for 20 days only. We have our fighting clothes on backed by the greatest stock of Dry Goods Clothing and Shoes in Brownwood. Our am' munition will be like dynamite to competitors. Watch them howl. Remember the sale commenced Saturday morning at 8:30 and continues ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 10 May 1904

f """"IFlnn't line a iha Qtnim Hi! . 1. 17111 I 1UuV 111 V uimnuv. ii vzonn aro in tue oity today on a m I visit to relatives. Kev. West is I Oxfords For men women and children. Correct styles 'beautiful shapes best quality leath- ers. From the best makes and sold at a low margin of profit. Right styles and Rigli prices prevail. 'HOWARD GILLIAM BROS. We sell goods worth the money . i. 8R0WNW00D LODGE DIRECTORY. Notices under this heading will be published at $10 per year. Orders car- rying these standing notices will not be chagjged for notices of extra and called caeetmgs. Others will be charged regu- lar alveftising rates. W. O. W. "Pecan Valley Camp No. 45 meets Ln Maccabee Hall the first and third rhursday nights in each month. "Geo. Walters Coun. Com. A. E. Wilson Clerk. Railroad Time Table. SANTA FE TS East-bound leaves at 7:35 a. m. 4Q Arrives From the East 9:30 p. m. . "THROUGH TRAINS 'TS East-bound arrives ..7:15 p. m. Departs 7:35 p.m. S7 West-bonnd arrives 9:30 a. m. JDep...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 11 May 1904

i m' rm t am IN. "m NO. 176 ' ! S S i i J 5 5 S? umfm9. - rS?!t!!SIi;...... ffJi - i.- i t ;:.;;!:. t s s : f I .aaaaA -- 'v r mi b mmr mmmm. m -h --..m. -w -b h - h h mmmm & mmw hb h i VOL. 4. RROWNWOOD TEXAS WEDNESDAY MAY U 1904. f . . . I I L .SRJN'S GREAT MAY SALE IS A GRAND SUCCESS- Haye you viited the store yet? There are lots of opportunities there for the economical buyers. Brin gives no discounts offers no baits but he makes prices that sell the goods OVER AIX COMPETITORS. Yours for a Big frley Businens flfH B 1111 i (luiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiilfHlHllii mmmmmmmmmmmammmm I SPECIAL I THIS WEEK John R. Stetson Hat at $2.75 Big line of "Lion Special" $3 . Hats at - 1-00 Big line of "Big Bear" $2.50 Hats at 1.00 Big line of Straw goods from 10c to 2.50 Cluett Collars for men stand- ing only the 25c kind at 15c two for - 25c All This Week 1020and25PerCent. Discount on Men's new Spring and Summer weight Clothing JET OR THE BOYS: Big line of Boy's Crash and Pique Suits ages 5 to 8...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 11 May 1904

le Daily Bulletin ateredatthe Brownwood postofficeas seccraa-ci&ss mail matter. Published every afternoon except Sun day at Brownwood Texas by Mayes Printing Company. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. On j Week One Month One Year. $ .10 .5o 620 THE TRADE EXCURSION Bepresentative Business Men of Dallas Will Arrive in Brownwood this Evening. OBrownwood people should not forget that this is the day the Dal- las Commercial olub wall visit our town. It is expected that he party will arrive here about 7:30. The oitizens of the town are to meet them with vehicles and take them for a short drive over the city. At eight o'clock the towns- people arid visitors will assemble at the opera house in an informal way that all ' may get better acquainted. . .Following is a list of those who compose the party with the name of the firm represented: J. G. Duke John Deere Plow company. Louis Torrey National Ex- change Bank. J. E. Fransworth Southwestern Telegraph and Telephone com- pany. Stanley Crabb B. F Avery ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 11 May 1904

SOCI STY and Devoted to the Entertainment and Helpfulnes s of Brown- wood Women and Their Friends. Edited by MISS BESS Miss Wilkinson has postponed her trip home until later. Miss Emma Eilker has resumed her place at the exchange after an absence of several days on ac- count of illness. - Miss Ella Mae Scott leaves to- night for Mexico Mo. where she will visit relatives. Miss Scott expeots to be gone all summer and will visit the Fair before returning home. Misses Mary and Kuby Wood areat home from Paris where they have been attending the Mary Connor college. They made ex- 'C.ellent reoords in their classes while in school. v Reception. The elegant home of Mr. and .Mrs. J. A. Austin never looked more lovely than itv did yesterday afternoon and evening when Mrs. Austin and Miss Young were at 'home to their friends. On entering the door you were greeted by Mrs. Lambertson in her most gracious manner while little .Misses Leona Lambertson and' Eilzabeth Lee were the card re- ceivers. Mi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 11 May 1904

f r v j p. ' y V 2 1 I AskAryy WeaLrer of HANAN'S Shoes what he thinks of them. We do not say buy a Hanan for all kinds of wear but we do say v for dress and for your best wear HAN- ' ANS are best to buy correct as to style and perfect in workmanship. Wear Hanans for your best Thomp- son's for your nest best shoes. Han- ans S5 and S6 Thompsons $3.50 and 4 H. and G. Bros. $2.50 and 3 Our Own Brand $1.50 and $2.00. HOWARD (Si GILLIAM BROS. We sell goods worth the money Huylers Sundae the "hit" of the season at Camp's. dlTS Men's shoes half soJed for 55c ladies shoes half-soled for 35c by Ira W. Hall at Weakley Haidware Oo's. If the Peerless Bakery wagon dont stop at your house please Phone or notify us and we will see that it does. The originators of the famous New Port Sundae have made another great "hit" with Huylers Sundae just out. At Gamp's Soda Fount. d!78 Brown wood has a "celestial" vifiifnr n ninnnmnn ulm nrrivpn ' their rnnnnr? . " " " j on this morning's train. This is the ...

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