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

BROWIWOOD PROCHREPSIFE BUSINESS ENTERPRISER. Johnson & DeHay Vehicle Dealers. A review of Brownwood's com- mercial interests would be in- complete without mention of Johnson & DeHay. This busi ness was established two years ago by J. D. Johnson and Gus Pisk and successfully operated hj them -until December 1906 when L. L. DeHay purchased the interest of Mr. Fisic They handle the .Keller Special Wagons L. B. Tebbet & Son's also Com- manwealth buggies and surreys and are special agents for ' Schacht ball bearing wire wheel buggies and carry a very nice line of high grade harness. This establishment is located on East Broadway and they sell or ex- change their vehicles for cash other vehicles or livestock. Both -of these gentlemen are well known in Brownwood and vicinity and draw their trade from a wide scope of territory. Mc's Business College. One year ago Professors Mc- Elroy and Skinner established Mc's Business college in the town of Brownwood. The school grew so rapid...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 4 July 1907

BROWNWOOD PROGRESSIVE BUSEVESS ENTERPRISES Brownwood's Beautiful Homes. A City Which Contains Many Residences of More Than Average Beauty. r1' RESIDENCE OF J. WALTER TABER - i ..v.iaeK 1 fiMHk ' u t jK y mB Mi M.iBtw!OPfyTv i Mj& RESIDENCE OF V H. THOMPSON. - rf w -3?! - Kllfk .Tift! ...J.!". .. life RESIDENCE OF MRS. J.J. RAMEV. RESIDENCE OF J. A. AUSTIN Brownwood ia a city of magnif icent homes. This has not al ways been the caBe however for like all western towns in the earlier days of the town's history the business and professional men were too busily engaged in looking after their business af fairs to give muoh attention to home building. First they ereot- ed substantial briok and rook store .houses then as they prospered in their business they more and more turned their attention to- wards the building of homes in accord with the fitness of things with the result that the visitor sees in Brownwood today as mag- nificent homes sb can be found in any town. Nor has the work ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 4 July 1907

IP 9 f BROWNWOOD PROGRESSIVE BUSINESS ENTERPRISES i i ml Take teiii&M KodakPW With You YOU PRESS THE BUTTON WE DO THE REST HARTUNG'S PHOTO STUDIO Fine Post Cards. Artistic Picture Framing. J. WV JENNINGS. Dry floods. Thoroughly representative . in all that pertains to the dry goods trade in Brownwood is the house of J. W. Jennings south we3t corner of the eauare. The business was established "by Mistrot Bros. & Company who were succeeded by J. W. Jennings the present owner in February 1907. This store is well fitted up having every mod- ern feature which would in any av contribute to the comfort of its patrons and make shopping easier. His method of selling goods just as advertised has rap- idly gained the confidence of the people with the result that it ranks among the leading enter- prises of the city. The firm uses an immense amountof floor space in the di?play of their enormous stock including everything in ' dry goods shoes men and wo- men's ready-to-wear clothing and' ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 4 July 1907

BROWN WOOD PROGRESSIVE . 'BUSINESS ENTERPRISES. . r " . """ rriMMMwiiiiBMwimMH i wm iwni mwtt 1 1 nTM-IM ---rrl a mm J. H. Wilder Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Pianos and Or- gans. In the buying of a piano or or- gan much has naturally to be left to the dealer and it is always best to deal with those who have secured a solid reputation for honorable and fair business methods. Mr. Wilder has been in the piano business in Dublin since 1S96 and established a house in Brownwood Dec. 1905 and his continually increasing patronage is a sure criterion that he treats his patrons fairly and liberally. He buys his pianos direct from the factory in car load lots and thereby ob- tains price concessions which gives him great advantage over all competition. As a proof of the popularity of this house it may be stated that since his advent here he has sold more than three hundred pianos from his Brownwood store. He carries a big stock which con- r r o' others. ..He also handles the - Farrand Organs...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 4 July 1907

BROWNWOOD PROGRESSIVE BUSINESS EwIeIPRIS . EVERYTHING FOR EVERYBODY At The People's Department Store . i . 4 ' 1 --t ILone Star and Cold Storage Markets. B. S. Boysen Proprietor. Two representative markets of Shis growing city are owned by B. S Boysen arid known as the ILone Star located on East Broad- way and the cold storage market an Lee street. Mr. Boysen es Sablished himself in this busi ness 20 years ago and has met irith excellent success. It is a irell known fact as every house wife can vouch for that upon the quality of the meat depends the naeal to a great extent and when ftha meat is fresh and tender ' the aieal is a great success. A large number of housewives 5c Brownwood have selected the markets operated .by Mr. s Boy- sen as he is a most liberal and (conscientious market man and ihey are purchasing their meat at Ms market. He handles only toe 7ery best of everything and 2sis markets are kept scrupulous- 3y clean and the goods are dis- played in a very attractive man- ...

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

V -v.?:- It 164 Buy Your Milk From Brownwood PURE FOOD Dairy Phone 164 Jlgrj DAILY BULLETIN. 1 1 -sgss - VOL. 7. BROWNWOOD. TEXAS. FRIDAY. JULY 5 J 907. NO. 224 (Jfc J r I R. L Walker is home from a trip to Jamestown and other points in the east. It was a com- bined business and pleasure trip and proved a most enjoyable one to him. Oak Lewis of Winchellis in town this week doing jury service. NGREASE STOCK FELL OFF OF BRIDGE Walker-Smith Wholesale Groc- ery Company spreading Out HALF MILLION CAPITAL At Stockholder Meeting Wednesday the Capital Siock Wat Increased to $500000.00 At a stockholders meeting of the Walker Smith Wholesale Grocery Company here Wednes day it was voted tb: increase the the capital stock of the company to $500000.00 making it one herofan accidenfc of the largest wnoiesaie grocery establishments in the state. The company has headquarters here Frank Tennant Was Painfully - Injured at Fort Worth. The WIS UNCORK HtL OH Mr. Tennant Who is Here on Visit Was Notified...

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

13 ! I ; r Where Quality Counts We Lead Wc have just received a large shipment of Stetson Hats. All the very newest shapes. We also have all the newest shapes in the Stetson Shoe and Oxfords for men. Our Clothing is of the very best made. It jits holds itk shape and. color always looks new. Look for the name on the inside coat pocket. If you find Alco system written there you may know it is the best. ' SOLD ONLY BY Looney Mercantile Tlxe Oity Store. J Co.. I The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors. JCntered at the Brownwood Postoffice as Second Glass Mail Matter. Jkbtcription Per Month 50a WILL H. MAYES Managing Editor. K. F. MAYES Business Manager. C. A. TUNNELL City Editor. C. C. SEITZ Dally Circulator. K. E. KIRKPATRICK Associate Editor. W. R. DULA Foreman Mech. Dept. PARKS AND MORE PARKS. The Bulletin is pleased with the interest being manifested in parks and driveways for Brownwood. Parks have been a special bobby of the paper for many years. It has urged tree pla...

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

if itkw at Bamgt. frow the' Brown wood nra list nicht. fn aasiaf. in thm t 11 . M 'AT j . t Tiers InritrA Uomti Hfflf. HYYTri. om Letch J. T. Bonds and rban Speck were the gentle- sn from Brownwood and they inmpnf. from t.riA "Rartors Irirlorp. ne lodge nan was crowded witn things to eat and the J 11 J? XI 1 nsnira irv ni rnp ffiipsrs ttrac unexcelled. Six Brothers Meet. Six brothers met in Brown- wood yesterday for a family re- union and it was the first time in their lives that they had all been together at once. Ed Broad who returned Wednesday from a visit to Los Angeles Cal. was accompanied by his brother Charlie. E. J. BAad from Brady and Will Broad from Coleman and Harry and Howard of Brovnwood completed the half dozai and they had a jolly IT'S AN. AWFUL. BIG JOB of Plumbing that we cannot handle. In fact wti've never seen one too big- for us. And neither have we ever seen one small enough tor us to slight IF YOU WANT PLUMBING DONE don't hesitate to call us because it is a sma...

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

T "lit ifiM" El V i I How; The Daily Bulletin KATES PKINTINO CO. Fropi. Xntwed at the Brownwood Postoffice as Second-Class Mail Matter. WHA H. Mavks Managing Editor H. P. Mayes Business Manager C A. TunNKLL CityEditor. E. E. Kirkpatrick Asso. Ed. W. R. Dui Foreman Mech. Dept. m E C. Skitz Daily Circulator. Subscription per Month 60c Friday July 5 1907 Joe Fitzpatrick of Paintsville Ky. it is alleged killed Andy Coburn in a court room.2 An Illinois couple en route to Europe forgot their baby when taking steamer in New York. A young Italian woman was murdered as she sat. combing her hair at her window in New York. Rear Admiral Thompson be- lieves the United States and Janan will fight within five years. A strike of locomotive firemen tied up the line of the Louisiana Railway and Navigation com- pany. Wm. W. Johnson a wealthy lumberman of Patoskey Ohio was killed while racing in his automobile. The funeral of Francis Mur- phy the temperance lecturer who died at Los Angeles was largely ...

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

1 TOO MONEY Officers and Directors: j. - Is merely a process of growth. Form the habit of saving: and a fortune will grow out of your small beginnings just as truly as great trees grow from the sapling. Nobody saves much at a time everybody can save a little. Try the bank account plan of saving; do it today. One dollar will start your account with the BROWNWOOD NATIONAL BANK. Safety deposit vaults furnished free to customers and valuable papers kept without cost for everybody. We issue time certificates of deposit. The Brownwood National Bank. Every Interest of Stockholder and Customer Protected. 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. WILLIAMS. For We Will V For Tomorrow Offer For Sale $5 men about fifty Summer Suits in Crashes Worsteds Flannels sizes 34 to 44 at .00 a Suit. These suits are all two-piece suits and are odds and ends two suits of a kind left overs and accum...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 5 July 1907

THE WORLD Line That Marks Where Day Begins and Ends. fR AVERS ES THE PACIFIC. fWy This Important loundary to e. Established Spate ere Today Tomorrow and Yoster y Are ttill a Confused Jumble. it Ii evident that the day must beela somewhere though it Is a confusing thing t undertake to determine just iwaere for one may go on and on aroand the world and never catch lip ilrjth It. On the other hand. If we are mot careful In reasoning we will reach toe absurd conclusion that It Is Mon- aaj soon and Tuesday noon at the eeaae time in any given place. . A. writer in the Jt James Gazette treats this peculiar phase of the sub ject in a very definite way. teeing that as ene motes westward the time get earlier and earlier so fnat whoa it is Monday soon In Lon- ee it Is some time on Monday morn safe In America it follows that if this M&clple were continued without limit ray round the world at the same it that it was Monday noon in it would be also twenty-four Hater that to Tuesday soon la As...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 5 July 1907

1 4 I Good Evening. tn- .t i- iv .sis - i i-' it- 'i ; :.p.r?.r;--;i-"ti- 4'. u I ' i What can we show you today? A pair of Shoes? Certainly just step down to the rear of the store and we will take pleasure in showing you the stock and assist you in getting a comfortable shoe as well as a neat appearing and durable shoe The best Shoe we have is the Edwin Clapp. It is a shoe that we can thoroughly recommend from heel to toe from sole to strings. It is made after the most approved and pop- ular styles and is the best value in the town for the money. You will take this pair Thank you. Call again. 1:1. -i Rogers Dry Goods Go. Dr. R. L. Farris Osteopathic: Physician over Armstrong Jew slryCo. Phone 568 d&wtf Rev. A. R. Watson is erecting "a neat little rental cottage. Magnolia Ice Cream at Brown- wood Bakery. Albert Hennersdorf of Brady spent yesterday m Brownwood . D. K. Taylor was over from ISrady to spend the fourth and take m the races. Dr. and Miss Lula McGee of .May were spendi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 6 July 1907

..ft rVi " k- Phone 16 Buy Your Milk From Brownwood PURE FOOD Dairy DAILY BULLETIN. Phone 164 PUBLIC STORAVBw. I WAREHOUSE ( Fer Fine Job Printing: See MATES PRINTING CO. Bulletin BaildlHS. E. B. Henlej & Co. PhMi 2. VOL. 7. BROWNWOOD TEXAS. SATURDAY. JULY 6 1907. NO. 225 it- J Jnb. C Bernay III. The Bulletin it in receipt of a letter from Jno. 0. Bernay at Long Beach California which says that he has been ill for dome two weeks with fever brought on from getting too hot while at work in the garden. He says he is about well now and in future will be more oareful. A SKYLIGHT looks like an easy thiag to make but you have to know how. Tfee rain has a habit of finding the slightest chance to get in arouad the sash or base. IT DOESN'T GET IN when we make or repair a skylight Phone 432. RANKIN SHEET METAL WORKS. Start to Michigan. Dr. L. P. Allison and brother Paul Allison will leave tonight for Detriot Mich. from where they will go to M The Flats" on the Canada side of Lake St. Clair...

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

7- Where Quality Counts We Lead We have just received a large shipment of Stetson Hats All the very newest shapes. We also have all the newest shapes in the Stetson Shoe and Oxfords for men. Our Clothing is of the very best made. It fits holds its shape and color always looks-new. Look for the name on the inside coat pocket. If you find Alco system written there you may know it is the best. 'I SOLD OJVIvY BY I L Looney Mercantile The City Store. The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors. Entered at the Brownwood Postoffice as Second Class Mail Matter. Subscription Per Month.... . .-.50c WILL H. MAYES Managing Editor. H. P.-MAYES Business Manager. C. A. TUNNELL City Editor k. C. SEITZ Daily Circulator. K. E. KIRKPATRICK Associate Editor. W. R. DULA Foreman Mech. Dept. WORK AND RECREATION. Brownwood people who go away from home occasionally and study conditions in other places are always impressed with the fact that we work too much and recreate too little. We put in too m...

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

E AT 1TEL O. W. Holman Succeeds Mrs. Utterback at the Crown. DEAL GLOSEO LAST NIGHT The New Manager Will Take Charge on the Night of July 15th. Is an Experi- enced Man at Business. 0. W. Holman of Luling Texas has been in the city for several days figuring on a hotel deal which was closed last night whereby he becomes owner and manager Of the Crown hotel after July 15th. Mr. Holman owns the hotel at Luling and is reput- ed to be a first class hotel man. He is acquainted with the wants of the traveling public and will endeavor to make the Crown an ideal stopping place. Mrs. Utterback and daught er Mrs. Blake will leave Brown wood for California as soon as relieved and spend the remainder of the summer there and in Nevada where Mrs. Utterback has a brother she has not seen in many years. Better Than Spanking. Spanking does not cure children of bed-vetting. There is a constitutional cause for this trouble. Mrs. M. Sum- mers Box W. Notre Dame Ind. will send free to any mother her succes...

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

The Daily Bulletin MAYE8 PHINTING CO.ProD. Batered at the Brown wood Postoffice as Second-Claw Mail Matter. WILI.H. Mayes Managing Editor H. F. Mayes Business Manager. C.A. Tdnkkix City! Editor. E. E. Kirkpatrick Aseo. Ed. W. Dula Foreman Mech. Dept. E C. Skitz Dally Circulator. Subscription per Mouth 60c Saturday July 6 1907 General News. It is now believed that at least seventeen lives were lose in the severe storms that swept over a portion of Western Wisconsin. Numerous other persons were injured and muoh damage to farm property and to dwelling houses is reported. The firm of Rasbury & Bruoe of Ballinger shipped about 118- (XXTpounds of wool. The ship- ment consisted of nine cars and was all billed in one day. The ale of this wool netted a little oyer $24000. Most of the dip oame from Conoho county. Policeman Edward Conrad was probably fatally injured in a race riot whfoh occured in upper New York. Attempts were made to kill other policemen soores of negroes were severely cl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 6 July 1907

r S ILYtiSG MONEY Officers and Directors T. C. YANTIS President J. C. WEAKLEY 1st Vice Pres. J. A. WALKER 2nd Vice Pres. MILLARD KOMINES Cashier WM. B. CROSS Asst. Cashier G. N. HARRISON H. T. WILLIAMS. t Is merely a process of growth. Form the habit of saving and a fortune will grow out of your small beginnings just as truly as great trees grow from the sapling. Nobody saves much at a time everybody can save a little. Try the bank account plan of saving; do it today. One dollar will start your account with the BROWN WOOD NATIONAL BANK. Safety deposit vaults furnished free to customers and valuable papers kept without cost for everybody. We issue time certificates of deposit. r The Brown wood National Bank. Every Interest of Stockholder and Customer Protected. AT THE CHAUTAUQUA. B Crowds Sttlf Fill the Opera House Dy and are Delighted. t The Chautauqua conducted un der the auspices of the Howard Payne band at Harryman opera Tiouse will come to a close tonight after a most successful...

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

i STORAGE O4O04000'00)0OO0OH004'04004'000004'004'0 xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx AREHOUSE 6 x .. . m o Fifty Thousand Club News. Mosquito Bars & Frames : o o o X X as well as laVjft 'SHI it -in fers 7 x X to the beer or ha' i f m was reported wo owmtonsoon. sc ' mar tin county are SftyCourt' hbi tiolmd when ' ime that such a y. "S 7 opened here a me tied for the purpos l "alng what action to ta & preventing it which resulted in passing reso- lutions. And you may rely upon it that the men who insti- gated this meeting will be up- held by the citizens in not only forbidding the joint to run but they will prohibit it. The real estate agents have also agreed not to sell property to a person whom they doubt unless it is stipulated in the sale that such persons will not use property as teplace of selling intoxicants or for other immoral purposes. JDhere are many so-called prohi- bition towns where these hop ale joints are run unmolested al- though the better class of citi- zens are i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 6 July 1907

IF r 1 r"" ir-oi ir. u Phone 164 For W PRINTIN tin Bnlldln 1 Anv Good Business ui w i II W MM II sm m II H )N0. Knows that it is not a wise idea to postpone the purchase of any article until its possession is absoj ' necessary. It is better to purchase a little ahead of time This permits of . a better selection gets bS?er goods and obtains better prices. We bought our goods in advance of our needs and we got all the advant- ages in the ourchase mentioned above. We want to share our good fortune with our customers. It's a saving to buy at this store . t. 0 4 -hi- 1 .J ' F 1 Rogers Dry Goods Go. IOC IE .4 Br.R. L. Farris Osteopathic Physician over Armstrong Jew ilryCo. Phone 568 d&wtf Our Big Line IL E. Conway Worth on business. is in Fort Magnolia Ice Cream at Brown wood Bakery. P. C. Ragsdale is in Fort Worth on business this week. Fresh Candy and fine at Brownwood Bakery. Attorney James W. "Wayman -went to Bangs today on legal business. Call phone 164 ?ure Food Dairy. Brownwood...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 9 July 1907

Buy Your Milk From Brownwood PURE FOOD Dairy DAILY BULLETIN. Phone 164 WC STORAGE For Fine ToTi Printing See t ARRHOUSE. MAYES PRINTING CO- Bulletin' Bulldlnsr. E. B. Henley & Co. Phone 2. XOL. 7. BROWNWOOD. TEXAS. TUESDAY JULY ? J 907. NO. 227 Rhone 164 9 In County Court. Buciness has been picking up in oounty oourt this week. Yes- terday Houston Mayfield was found guilty of violating the looal option law and was fined $50 and given thirty days in jail. John Byrd in a similar case this morning was found guilty and given the limit in the way of sentence. Fined $100 and given sixty days in jail. IT TAKES MONEY tfa have good jobbing done but It costs more for a poor one in the end. TO GET GOOD TINNING Phono 432. RANKIN SHEET METAL WORKS. IE Special up tale on Ladies' s Silk Waists Ladi Lawn T Voile Skirts Silk Suit Patterns Silk Waist Patterns o d Job lot Silks from 50c to $1.25 QCf values - - - - faw' In Carpet Room We show Floor Coverings galore. D grade (Tj flj H II 2 yards wid...

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