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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 9 July 1907

i 'H i 1. vTS ft 1 solid Leather Shoes. ;V'The above means a great deal to the wearer. A shoe of solid leather will not become soft and flabby when it gets wet and the counters will hold their shape as long as the shoe lasts. We guarantee every pair of shoes bought from us to be absolutely solid leather thus -assuring the purchaser good service. We handle "Star Brand Shoes'" unquhstionably the most durable line on the market. The LaFrance shoes for ladies are always made on the very latest lasts and for style are surpassed by none. Don't fail to visit this department. Every pair of shoes sold under the strictest guarantee. I L Looney Mercantile Co. 9 The Gitr Store. The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING CO.. Props. Zntered at the Brownwood Postoffiee as Second-Class Mail Matter. Will H. Mayes Managing Editor H. F. Mayes Bnsiness Manager. C A TUNNELL City-Editor. E. E. Kirkpatrick Asso. Ed. W. K.. Dula Foreman Mech. Dept. E C. Seitz Dally Circnlator. 1 .Subscription per Month 50c Tuesday...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 9 July 1907

ON TO RROWNWflODI MOTHER IS IQUHljgBfr-t THE EDITOR ABROAD MMM mm -'cw f Hell Uountv rosse Searching tor i Mvavv7 .. I LMfV VII flr I nra 1 1 .r-.t-? iviir 111 iv 1 1 1 crt-1 1 v 1111111 v. 1 t irv. -- - The Waco-Hamilton-Brownwood Railroad Company Was Organized Today Mayor Baker is PresidentStock Subscribed. On to Hamilton and Brown- wood! This was the slogan adopted at the meeting held this morning at the Elks olub rooms of represen- tatives of Waoo Hamilton and Brownwood and every step tak- en was of a business oharaoter "indicating . the purpose to oon- struoLthe road. The "Vaco Hamilton and Brownwood Railroad company was organised officere were elect- ed and the oharter Will go to Austin tonight with the signa- tures of ten oharter members thereon. A survey of the route will. then be made and aooording to remarks made in the meeting this morning aotual work will commence with the men who have subscribed to the capital stock behind the movement if necessary though it is believed...

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

V. The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Ficpncicis. Entered at the Browrnvood Postoffice as Second Glass Mail Matter ubscription Per Month : 50c WILL H.:MAYES Managing Editor. H. F. MAYES Business Manager. C. A. TUNNELL City Editor. JE C. SEITZ Daily Circulator. E. E. KIRKPATRICK Associate Editor. W. R. DULA. Foreman Mech. Dept. SCATTERING IDLE REPORTS. Just how such reports get out is a bit hard to understand jbut every once in a -while the east" hears that the Brpwnwood '.country is drouth? stricken and that the people are suffering for the necessities of life. Postmaster Marshall Smith has received jeyeral inquiries lately from parties solicitous. about the country ne of these has heard that there has been no rain for a long ime that cattle and other live stock are dying everywhere by ie nunareas ana mat tne people wno are aoie to get away are iandoning their homes all because there has been no rain irtainly evil reports travel far and travel rapidly and increase they go. Th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 9 July 1907

on't Jjt t the Opportunity Pass '-7 v ana to SURPRISE IN STORE. Apnrcachln Marriage of MIsb Madse Dobbs Announced at Reception. Receiving invitations to a little tea whioh some one told us would be given in honor of visitine: girls we hied away to the residenoe of VRev. C. H. Dobbs anticipating muoh pleasure. ' v The ladies of the house all sweetly gowned in white with bright hued girdles headed by a little white lily Miss Agnes Rob- ertson greeted us at the door. There was a shy sweet look upon the faoe of Miss Madge which made her fairer than even her wont. The events of the afternoon were to disclose what that addi- tional sweetness meant. The 1 dear father and mother were in ' the back parlor where some sat at their feet showing homage. When the double parlors were full a musical program was ren- dered. Miss Gwendolyn Dunn of DallaB played "Bercense" by Goddard most exquisitely. Many still supposed her one of the "honorees. Miss Gorden with in- strumental and MissReginaRose. bor...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 9 July 1907

J 7' MONEY That and NO WATCH for Further ANNOUNCEMENTS BIRD SUPERSTITIONS. Queer Beliefs That Were Held by th Ancient Mariners Birds as inhabitants of the air wort naturally chosen by the aueieat a oracles and augurs of future Ii i !' lngs. The sensitiveness to ntmasi !.: Ic changes shown by many birds auW In establishing these notions. The re. Indications often furnished ly . birds of a coming storm or calm wen doubtless magnified by the anxious su perstltious sailor. The custom of hanging the sea swa low so that the bill may point to th. wind arose from the old time custo:- of suspending the bird by the faet e. pecting it would renew its feathers u if alive. " Divination by the flight of birds wa a favorite method in the olden time.- Sailors watched their flight for Indict tlons of prosperous voyages and favor lng winds. As they were thought t fly throucb the air to heaven tbv easily became messengers of the wii of the gods. The albatross is believed by Jack tar to Bleep on the wi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 9 July 1907

i Goods Go ' The name is synonoiiious with right dealing right prices goouwalues the best merchandise. We are proud of our reputation and we expect to sustain it that's one reason why we work so hard to treat our customers right why we are so particular about the quality of goods we purchase and the selections we make for our customers. Trade here and you will get full value for your money. WT 1? a igerwury " f TP Rogers Dry Goods Go. IE XOK 1 L. Parris Osteopathic over Armstrong Jew hone 568 d&wtf 44 i ry is in Brady today )lia Ice Cream at Brown- ftcd Bakery. - V.! Editor Earl Day of the Blanket iSign&l spent yesterday in Brown- wood on business. Fresh Candy ani fine a Brownwood Bakery.' Urn Hattie Noil is iy looking after in Brady business ter Denman is spending davs at Wacoon a visit to mi X -A Kate Tankersi ey. of San to. is the guest this week of -iw HW: MbTlermott. jrtf ' It? 1ST juwl Mrs. Emil Gehrke left on a trip to Chicago jxints in the north. Eates of Temple is s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 10 July 1907

i ;1 . - Phone 164 164 Buy Your Milk From Brown wood PURE FOOD Dairy DAILY BULLETIN. Public storage warehouse E. B. Henley & Co. Phone 2. "J For Fine Job Printing: See 31 A YES PRINTING CO. Uulletln Building. VOL. 7. BROWNWOOD. TEXAS WEDNESDAY JULY 10 1907. NO. 228 2 I Will Open Street The city attorney has been in- structed to begin condemnation proceedings against the Chas. Bean property on Brown street near the Howard Payne College. The street is to be opened through to the college and all property owners who are in the street have been notified to move back. - A Hung Jury. The jury in the Milt Dupree case on trial yesterday after-; noon failed to agree on a verdict. Dupree was charged with violat- ing the local option law and Bill Anderson was prosecuting wit- ness. J. S. Combs and Will Asley testified m behalf of the defendant. Refused the Offer. Several weeks ago the city council instructed E. B. Henley & Co. to offer Mrs. M. A. Mar- tin $550 for an acre of ground . on...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 10 July 1907

The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors. Entered at the Brownwood Postoffice as Second Glass Mail Matter. Subscription Per Month 50c WILL H.IMAYES Managing Editor. H. F. MAYES Business Manager. C. A. "TUNNELL City Editor. ' X. C. SEITZ Daily Circulator. E. E. KIRKPATRICK Associate Editor. W. R. DTJLA Foreman Mech. Dept. BAILEY THE EXPONENT OF DEMOCRACY. ' Senator Bailey recently made a speech at Grand Prairie in Dallas county. He had a great audience; great in numbers and in enthusiasm for the speaker. Frommore than a dozen counties his friends had come to see Bailey the magnificent to hear Bailey the eloquent to receive inspiration from Bailey the ex- pounderand to follow Bailey the leader. It was his first poli- tical speech since he left Texas in March. It was a great occa- sion for a great speech upon great issues. A vital living issue of supreme importance was at hand and many of the senator's friends must have been sorely disappointed by his silence upon It He la...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 10 July 1907

i I M-M-H I I I I I I I'I"1"I - I - H - H - H - I"H The Texas f I to tne VVW The sixth annual tour of the Texas Bankers' Association was planned by Mr. C. A. Beasley the retiring president Mr. J. W Butler the retiring secretary and Mr. C. A. Kendig travelling passenger agent of the Gulf Colorado & Santa Fe Railway System. The intinerary included fifteen states and a portion of Canada including the cities of Kansas City Chicago Detroit Niagra Falls Toronto Montreal Boston New York Philadelphia Wash- ington Jamestown Exposition Richmond and St Louis. It was originally intended that only one hundred persons should com- pose the party but the popu- larity of the trip was soon evi- dent by the application of 184 persons. The party assembled at Fort Worth on the morning of June 7th and after spending the day in arranging tickets sleeper berths and doing some shopping we left on a special train about 7 p. m. over the G. C. &S. F. railway for Kansas City. The following morning we to...

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

1 m . ? - 1 The DJiilyBolletin KAYKSPRKNTING CO.ProD. Intered at the Brownwood Postoffiee an Second-Chss Mail Matter. WrLx. H. Mayes Managing Editor H. F. Mayes Business Manager. C A. TuNKEtr CityfEditor. E. E. KirkpaTrick Asso. Ed. W. R. Duxa Foreman Mech. Dept. E C. Skitz Dally Circulator. fiubicription per Mouth 50c Wednesday July 10 1907 General News. Officials of the Orient state that track laying will be begun at Sweetwater and San Angelo about July 2oth. . In arear end collision on the Mobile & Ohio railroad about five miles from Mobile a passenger train and a light engine one man "was killed and three others in-: jured. A terrific wind storm which burst upon the city of Louisville Ky. brought death to one man and two boys and injury to sev eral other persons. Many horses and mules were killed buildings unroofed smaller structures ( blown down and unprecedented damage done to shade trees all over the city. Sheriff Smith's daughter Doric age 10 years was scalded from neck ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 10 July 1907

t Let the Opportunity Pass y plus ana 9mmmu MnHHaBMMMHHHMaHMMBBHBiaMMHMnMHHMMMaMaMH THE EDITOR H0ADaWe Gds- Sees the Historical Virginia. Points in VISITS HOLLYWOOD CEMETERY And Church Where Patrick Henry Made Hii Memorable Speech When it Wat Inevitable that War Mutt Come. Never to be forgotten among the many pleasant memories which the editors treasure from the Jamestown meeting was the day spent at Richmond. Even before we started to Richmond we were told that we were ex- pected to be at home and that genial host Editor Copeland of the Richniond Times-Dispatch came over to Jamestown to see that our every wish was antici- 1 cipated. There was a large committee of both gentlemen and ladies to meet us greet us and treat us like they loved us and they didn't lose a minute of time. "When our train reached Richmond we were escorted to the large dining room of the American Tobacco Factory where a lunch was served the best citizens of Richmond serv-; ing as waiters and meanwhile t chattin...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 10 July 1907

ifc- $1000.00 FREE i 1 ! To Readers of 1 he o 1 Daily Knew Denmark but Not Hamlet. The' Literary Lady-Do yon think Hamlet was insane or merely nssum lng to be? The Victim I beg j'our pardon. I didn't eateh the name. The Lady Ilaralet. The Victim Oh yes. Odd name Isn't It? Friend of yours? The Lady I'm talking of Ilamlet Prince of Denmark. The Victim To be sure. Hamlet Prince of Denmark. I know a lot of those Denmark princes but I don't seem to place Haul. By the way Den- mark's getting to be quite a town. They tell me they bnve two regular trains running there now one of them a freight. And I heard Just the other . day that eastern capital -had secured an option on the building lot across the street from the livery stable for a clothespin factor-. Denmark Is cer tainly looking up. The literary ladr glares at the vic- tim coldly and removes herself to an- other part of the tbom. - "Whereat the victim smiles. Kansas City Independent . " - I I) Bulletin In Actual Cash Gifts. Come to th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 10 July 1907

IE ioe They Must Be Right 1 . IS- Lib r V We have sold more Summer Clothing this season than during any previous season and. we take it as pretty good evidence that our Clothing is right in material right in design right in price We know we represent two of the best lines of Clothing on the market and we know too that we got the pick of their output We believe that we offer better values than other merchants; we believe we offer better selection and closer prices We will be delighted to have yoii lookvover our lines. We will sell the Kuppenheimer . and the S. M & S ranging in price from $5.00 to $20.00. 1 i '; Rogers Dry Goods Go IOE IX AM 'IE Dr. R. L. Parris Osteopathic Physician over Armstrong Jew .elry Go. Phone 568 d&wtf 'Willie Tolbert went to Ballin- ger this morning on a business trip. Mies Jennie Farmer of Cald- well is in the oity on a visit to friends. J. H. Grant manager of the Brownwood Lumber 'Co. went to Bsllinger this morning on a brief business trip. Mrs. To...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 11 July 1907

Phone 164p Phone $64 Buy Your Milk From Brcwtiwood PURE FOOD Dairy DAILY BULLETIN. TP PUBLIC STORAGE WAREHOUSE E. B. Henlev & Ck For Fine Job Printing: See MAYES PRINTING Cb. Bulletin ttnildlng. Phone 2. if V. VOL. 7. BROWNWOOD. TEXAS. THURSDAY JULY II 1907 NO. 229 Sheriff Frank Emiaon returned this morning: from San Antonio where he went to attend the state sheriff's association. Mr. Emi- aon saysit was the largest and best trip he ever had and that much good was .accomplished by the convention. The Alamo City people turned the town over to the peaoe offioers and everybody had a good time. - t IT TAKES MONEY to have good jobbing done but It costs more for a poor one in the end. TO GET GOOD TINNING Phone 432. RANKIN SHEET METAL WORKS. E IN NAME fcoggin Bros. & Ford Will be Succeeded by New Firm. QUARTER OF MILLION CAPITAL New Organization Will Have a Capital of $250000.00 Name of Firm Will be Coggin & Ford Co. Banker. A big deal in banking circles -which has been taking ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 11 July 1907

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. F. MAYES Business Manager. C. A. TUNNELL City Editor. E. C. SEITZ Daily Circulator. E. E. KIRKPATRICK Associate Editor. W. R. DULA Foreman Mech. Dept. HOBSON THE PESSIMIST. Captain Hobson is a young man who has achieved a great reputation and is therefore entitled to the high regard of the . American people in which he is held. He is a man of striking personality a speaker of more than average ability a citizen of marked intelligence and a man of high ambitions. It is not on this account however that he attracts large audiences where he lectures but from the fact that he was one of the heroes for- tunate enough to accomplish the extraordinary feat of sinking the Merrimac in the harbor at Santiago and to live to tell how it was accomplished. There were hundreds of others equally as anxious as Hobson to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 11 July 1907

HOBSON'S vLEGTURE V Mae Who Sank theMerrimac Was in Brownwc L aSkNight. WAR WITH JAPAN CERTAIN So States the Congressman Elect From Alabama and he Urges that 'he Navy be Gr'i'y Increased. Speaking for nearly two hours last evening at the opera house to an audience that minded not the flight of time Captain Rich mond Pearson Hobson the young lieutenant who with one bold leap jumped from the ranks to be the hero of a nation entertain ed as few platform speakers have ever entertained in Brownwood. Captain Hobson possesses all the qualities of an orator and a stage power that holds the un abated attention of his hearers while he summarizes facts and figures that make up a lesson valuable to every American. He is indeed a speaker of rare abil ity and his power to emphasize surpasses that of several of the foremost lecturers of the day. Captain Hobson has amassed in a most interesting sketch a volume of history that redounds to the credit of his alma matr and the training he received. He ...

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

The DailyBtillethi MAYES PRINTING CO.lron. Xntered at the Brownwood Postoffice as Second-Class Mail Matter. WiLi. H. Mayks Managing Editor H. F. Mayes Business Manager. C A. TDNNELL CitvfEditor. E. E. Kikkpatrick Asso. Ed. W. R. Dula Foreman Mech. Dept. E C. Seitz Daily Circnlator. Subscription per Month 50c . Thursday July 11 1907 General News. Joe Thompson a young man living near Sanger was killed by lightning. He had just open ed a door to view the storm I when the flash came killing him instantly. .Secretary of the Navy Metcalf will sail for the Hawaiian Is- lands about July 25 to inspect the naval base and fortifications there with a view to making re- commendations to congress for strengthening the position. News from Washington city is to the effect that Mrs. Roger Q. Hills is still very sick and that there is but little hope of her re- covery. Senator Mills took his wife to a private sanitarium at the national capital for treatment about three months ago. Sunday night Mrs. W...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 11 July 1907

t The Kial to the Bank t v.? J Id Is usually the road $5 prosperity. Not quite all bank depositors are prosperous But air prosperous people are bank depositors. It is a good road for a young man and a good road for a man of all ages. At the end of the road to this bank there is a bank that has the ability and the willingness to help its customers and many a man is glad that he has taken that road because it has helped him to make a success of himself. Save enough money to make a payment on a home. We give the best service and make loans at low- rates of interest. All business confidential. . Call arid see us. THE RICHMOND RECEPTION Editors and Virginians Parted With Old Fashioned Love Feast. The people of Richmond Va. were especially nice in their en- tertainment of the . National "Editorial Association mention of "which has heretofore been made in the editorial correspondence ' of the Bulletin. Of the closing feature the .Richmond Times- Dispatch has the following no tice which has...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 11 July 1907

1 IS i' I. I $1000.00 FR.ER To Readers of The 1 s ;.:' Daily Bulletin In Actual Cash Gifts. Tlie Come to the Bulletin office between July 15 and Aug. 1 and we will present you with a handsome pocket Saving Bank and a check for 50 cents on one of the well known banks of Brown- wood. The key to the little bank is kept at the bank on which the check is drawn. When you have saved a small sum in your little bank you take it to the cashier of the big bank and he unlocks it and opens up an account with you giving you credit for the amount which the Bulletin has given you and will issue you an interest bearing certificate. 1 One member of each family in Brownwood is privileged to take advantage of the Bulletin's offer. This is no reckless de sire to throw money away but is intended to accomplish two purposes. The first is to make you talk and think about The Daily Bulletin and thereby advertise the paper among your friends. The second object is to induce the readers of the Bul leiinto acqui...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 11 July 1907

U U They Must Be Right ii 1 jii.-. 1 i- i:4: : We have sold more Summer Clothing this season than during any previous season and we take it as pretty good evidence that our Clothing is right in material right in design right in price. We know we represent two of the best lines of Clothing on the market and we know too that we got the pick of their output We believe that we offer better values than orner mercnants we oeueve we oner Dcuer seiccuun mm nu&ci puu wc wm tc ucngmcu tu lwvc.yuu iuus. uvci uui m.o. We will sell the Kuppenheimer and the S. M. & S. ranging in price from $5.00 to $20.00. 4 '.4 Dr. R. L. Farris Osteopathic Physician over Armstrong Jew . elrj Co. Phone 568 d&wtf Mrs S. R. Coleman of Dallas is visiting her father C. K. Sweet. Envelopes at Bulletin office. C. B. Gone visited this week in . Arlington as the guest of his brother Marshall Cone. Stroud & Co. will buy your old shoea and old olothes and second hand furniture. Next door to Bulletin office....

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