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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 15 July 1907

'V4 lb Tii :i m Buy Your Milk . From . Brownwood PURE POOD Dairy DAILY BULLETIN. Phone 164 V PUBLICfcSTORAGE WARpOUSE E. B. y & Co. For Fine Job Printing: See MAYES PRINTING CO. IJulIetln Building. Phono 2. t 1 r VOL. 7. BROWNWOOD. TEXAS. MONDAY JULY 15 J 907. NO. 232 D Marriage Postponed The marriage of H. C. Dyer and Miss Roseborough which was to have taken place on to- morrow has been postponed on account of the illness of Mr. Dyer at his home in San Antonio. The date will not be fixed until his recovery. Help the Floral club by attend- ing the Favorite Friday night. ik' Tillman's Escape The managers of the Majestic have secured a series of pictures illustrating the escape of Till- man and Boon from the county jail on last Thursday night. These pictures will be shown on canvass at the Majestic tonight in addition to a brand new program. The series of pictures will show the window through which the prisoners escaped the key used to unlock the door the iron .piping used to pry ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 15 July 1907

I i I Embroideries Laces rsoiions. The selection of the proper designs in Embroideries and Laces is always a very troublesome task for the ladies. x No one appreciates this fact more than us and the ladies are beginning to realize the importance" we attach to this department.- We always carry a very large and complete stock and it is a pleasure to show you through the entire department if necessary to find just what you like. We feel that our Val Laces are unequaled in the city; all grades widths and designs. Don't fail to see them. Our notions are always the very latest styles. . 1 -j 1 1 ' fa '- r r j i I L 1ABIT BACK MODEL Looney Mercantile Co Tlae City Store. I 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. TUN NELL. City Editor. E. C.. SEITZ Daily Circulator. E. E. KIRKPATRICK Associate Editor. W. R. DULA Forem...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 15 July 1907

REGIMENTAL REUNION. Brownwood Aup&t 14th 15th and 16th A regime" reunion of the Confederate jimps of Brown Mills McCullooh Coleman and Runnels oounties will be held at Brownwood in the New City Park on August 14th. loth and 16th 1907. Fifty acres of splendid shade. Plenty of water and wood. Pleasant camping grounds for ten thousand people. Addresses each day by speak- ers of state wide reputation. Sons and daughters of the con- federacy old settlers and the Farmers Union invited to partici- pate. Free transportation free pro- visions and free lodging for visit- ing veterans and their families. Free oamping privileges for everybody. Everybody invited to come and camp and have a three days out- ing and a glorious good time. Committee. HI will mail you free to prove merit samples of Dr. Sboops Restorative and my Book on either Dyspepsia The Heart or The Kidneys. Troubles of the Stomach Heart or Kidneys are merely symptoms of a deeper aliment. Don't make the-common error of treat- i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 15 July 1907

it pi The DailyBolletin MAYES PRINTING CO. Props. Zntered at the Brown wood Poetoffice as Second-Class Mail Matter. WillH. Mayes Managing Editor H. F. Mayes Business Manager C A. Tunnkix Cityf Editor. ' E. E. Kirkpaxrick Asso. f d. W. R. Du'u Foreman Mech. Dept. E C. Seiiz Daily Circulator. Subscription per Month 50c Monday July 15 1907 General News Burglars robbed 12 houses and several stores at Detroit. jfatnek O'Connor died at Corpus Christi aged 81 years. . Troops attending state encamp ment will get pay for six days. An infant was killed at Gaines ville by falling from a gallery. Congressman Lillely declares war with Japan unthinkable. Ex-President Cleveland is re- cuperating in the Adirondacks. New York's richest policeman retires with a fortune of $500- 000. The United States government has tabooed sale of coco cola to soldiers. Furnace workers of the Ma- honing and Shenandoah valley Will strike. i i ' Collin and Callahan counties both went dry in Saturday's election. r Twent...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 15 July 1907

k Land of Opportunity. $ Some people have would remain about the same and at some future time they would possess themselves of a home for their old age. Values have con- tinued to advance and will likely go higher. We believe it important that people living in this country either in the country or in town make an earnest effort to get a home. If you have not felt the importance of it and have spent all you have made from day to day and month to month you should begin now to save and lay up a little if no more in some safe bank so you will accumulate enough to make at least a first payment as such a purchase can easily be made. We seek to help all classes and feel that this word of warning is timely. The Brownwood National Bank has ample capital backed by a large surplus and is managed on the most conservative rules known to the banking world. We shall be pleased to have your business and will take pleasure in explaining our methods. 3 DOCTOR QUARANTINED. The Case it Not as Bad as it...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 15 July 1907

':' . . .jjiit'ic- i-.--f.f- "'Vi if .; : i 1 ' . i 1 tV. .1 5F $1000.00 To Be Given Away hi - M :"Pf ..... I- - -" i 'I; 3 '7 v. - - w :4 ' 1 : : .;ri . -A .1 1 v.- ' T. vfi'"' r -sir r:1 5(4 ?f - 5r 4; :-:-";''4: n This is The Greatest Ellon Which The Daily Bulletin Has ever made to advertise itself and at the same time stimulate habits of thrift and economy. A Beautiful 1 Pocket Savings Bank jj and Fifty CJents Free. " This Offer Lasts Only Exact Size of Bank. Fits the Pocket 'Till August 1st. The plan for the distribution of this money is as follows: 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 $4.50 in your little bank you take it to the cashier of the big bank and he unlocks it and gives you credit for that amount together with the 50 cents whi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 15 July 1907

MEETING A LION. Gorged With Food His African Maj Lity Showed No Fight If ThutL Ac lion is not always the tearing roaring wildly ferocious- l)C!.st of legendary description ma bo seen from the following story told by a member of a hunting ex- pedition sent to Africa to secure- animals for a menagerie : "I was returning to our cam after a Sunday morning's visit t. the settlement totally unprepared to capture and we never kill except "when forced to do so in self de- fense. I liftd just topped a long in- cline and was walking my pom when on coming around a corner ol the road hidden by some trees 1 saw seventy yards in front of me. basking in the sun on an open pat el of burned grass a magnificent ful grown lion. The sun was not stron- and he was very very lazily flicking his tail from side to side. He hud i i i i a snort mane anu uis eyes were a lovely amber red in the weak sun- light "My first sensation was one of as- tonishment profound amazement and delight at seeing such a fine bea...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 15 July 1907

f . . . It XX XX XI XX SXE Startling Reductions in Millinery at Rogers ii If-.v 11 The time for the arrival of our Fall Millinery is approaching and it behooves us to get rid of the balance of our Spring and Summer 'Millinery. Price is no object. It's room we want. If you want something nice but want it at a reasonable price see us We have had a . splendid trade in Millinery---still have a good trade but we must move them out faster. That's why we are cutting the price. i'iJf; '4.1- lassie Xowby is visit ir.g Klkiais-this .wok. WCK j Saiitlftrent'fo Houston night .tin fi business 1 r-r I "P- l-W PI- J. "ii i V I 4 Mr: ipne 1 jjwwrocd Combs and Brushes j .... i l JJ t i Lor 0 s urv 'Xxooas bo n may Tpasgai.u iij i m l i mmntsmtmnrraam umaMMMia3aafcjg yasamajaBwaajiT TOfflnargamTi.gMr KusBea9tmf whihwii.iiiiii.; j wriaiitriwTTfli.-.T-rrBr.-Y rpstasg sh I -xaa flqgm i m imil gmmj n ff giii' n.iT li i ! i i fcniwi. nammJ t ii i ii i inii i B ill mill i i i iiBpf ifnTTTiMmrniTrrr auirv1 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 16 July 1907

Phone 164 Buy Your Milk From Brownwood PURE FOOD Dairy DAILY BULLETIN. PUBLIC STORAGE WAREHOUSE E. B. Henley & Co. For Fine Job Printing: See MAYES PRINTING CO. Bulletin Uuildlnir. Phone 2. f VOL. 7. BROWN WOOD. TEXAS. TUESDAY- JULY 16 1907; NO. 233 Phone 164 Utterback Lot Sold. Mrs. Utterback has sold her vaoant lot on Center Avenue to Ft R. Smith for a consideration of $5000. Mrs. Utterbaok pur- chased this lot from Wm. Hood .more than a year ago with the 'intention of ereoting a big; hotel thereon. Help the Floral club by attend- ing the Favorite Friday night jj O i K I k I I . I WAS HEARD AND CHASED AWAY 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. A Spirit of Enterprise. Those who visited the Majestic last night were impressed with the spirit of enterprise manifest- ed by the managers of the pic- ture show. A feature of the per- formance was a series of pictures illustrating th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 16 July 1907

I : - - ' : ZJL--m-Jl f I I i Genls Furnishings 1 Ir :-lV ' ' J1 t " ' M M ft - It is extremely gratifying to us to note the increased interest in the lines we are handling in this department. We carry a very large assortment of the Faultless and Fountain Shirts all grades and the very best patterns. Also a very fine line of men's Fancy and Plain half hose Collars Ties Dress Gloves Night Gowns etc. We have just received .a full line of Nobby Stetson Hats all the very newest shap?s and colors. They are beauties don't fail to see them. You seldom look through this department without seeing something new as we are continually sending in new mail orders to replenish the stock. 1 ho at r b. w a C w tl s h J t D li V I C I I L Looney Mercantile Co Tfcie Oity Store The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors. Entered at tbe Brownwood Postoffice as Second Class Mail Matter. ubicription Per Month -50c WILL H.'MAYES Managing Editor. H. F. MAYES Business Monoeer. C. A. TUNNELL. City ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 16 July 1907

1 L-s frft 1 . 1-': ( tfW u I. - . t 1- :. k".i :;:;.vrjT n- J?0000000000000000000000000 if? Tf Texas To the Northeast Con' t. rnursaay morning June ldtn Lour party awoke at Kingston 'province of Ontario Canada "where we took a steamer down i the St. Lawrence River for Mon- 1 treal The St. Lawrence River . issues from Lake. Ontario Hows ' north-east for 750 miles part of ! the way forming the boundary line between the United States and Canada and Hows into the Gulf of the St. Lawrence. Here we enter the Thousand Islands . of the St Lawrence the Venice of America. The weather is i' pleasant and our party remains i on deck viewing the beautiful I islands some of them which jf have beautiful t summer homes ) on them. We reached Prescott j atfout ten in the morning where ' we changed to a smaller boat enabling us to run the rapids. ; The principal of these are the Sault Cedar Split Rock and Cascade. The fall of these is 84 feet to eleven miles. The last one is the Lachine Rapids nam- ie...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 16 July 1907

( The DailyBolletin HATES PRINTING CO. Props. Entered at the Brownwood Postoffice as Second-Class Mail Matter. Will H. Mayes Managing Editor H. F. Mayes Business Mauager C A. Tdnnell CitvfEditor. E. E. Kikkpatrick Asso. I d. W. R. DuLA Foreman Mech. Dept. E C. Shitz Dally Circnlator Subscription per Month 50c Tuesday July 16 1907 General News. . ! Travis county commssioners decide that an Auditor is need- less and too expensive. It is now estimated that 2000 men and officers will attend state encampment at Austin. Austin's school census takers return figures showing an in- creaseof thirty-nine over last yeir. A farmer by the name of Hig- ginbotham living in the vicinity of Rogers was killed Friday while trying to stop a pair of runaway mules attached to a plow. The railroad commission has issued a circular ruling that tur- nips and potatoes are entitled to the samestop-over privileges to which fruits melons and vege- tables are entitled. The statement comes from a source considered ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 16 July 1907

I A Land of Opportunity. 7 Officers and Directors : T. C. YANTIS President t J. C. WEAKLEY 1st Vice Pres. J. A. WALKER 2nd Vice Pres. MILLARD ROMINES Cashier WM. B. TROSS. Asst. Cashier G. N. H --3SGN H. T. W M?AMS Some people have not realized the importance of getting a home while lands and city -property have been cheap thinking values would remain about the same and at some future time they would possess themselves of a home for their old age.- Values have con- tinued to advance and will likely go higher. We believe it important that people living in this country either in the country or in town make an earnest effort to get a home. If you have not felt the importance ot it and have spent all you have made from day to day and month to month you should begin now to save and lay up a little if no more in some safe bank so you will accumulate enough to make at least a first payment as such a purchase can easily be made. We seek to help all classes and feel that this word of warning...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 16 July 1907

v ALL OVER THE HOUSE. The Art of Washing Stockings erly Domestic Lore. Prop The first entinl in washing stockings is to have an absolutely clear clean soap Volution in tepid water. Shake the stockings to re- move all the dust possible put in rijrht side out rub well turn and rub on the -wrong side. If the color is at- all delicate rnb the feet first then the legs so as not to leave long in the water liinse thorough- 1 wring dry and hang from the tops of the storking? 50 thafr if the water settle? leaving a little dis- coloration it will be in the toe in- stead of the ler. - The black stockings now are usuallv fast. If the colored stock ings show siins of running or fad- ms tnev mav be set with alum or salt remembering however that alum sets dirt as well as color. Silk stockings should be washed and rinsed in lukewarm water and wrung between towels. Iron stock- ings from the toe following up to the heel then fold the. leg with the seam in the middle leaving tire foot uncreased. To- R...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 16 July 1907

Startling -lit I Dr. Farris the first last and only Osteopathic physician in Brown County. Phone 569. d&wtf. J. T. McDonald spent yester- day in Brady on business for the Frisco road. Call phone 164 Brownwood Pure Food Dairy. Will A. Smith who has been on the road for a few months has accepted a position with Brin. "Mothers Bread'' all mothers like it. Made and sold by Brownwood Bakery. General Manager W. B. Drake of the Frisco was in the city for a few hours this morning en route to Brady on business. GTW. Hindman will sell you a building contract for less than you are'paying out for rent. Qf ficeBryau Hotel. Phone 300. Jim D'Spain of Brady is in fhe oity this week on a visit to reia tivea and fripnds. Smith & Lafield opposite Ram ey-Suith & Co. wants second hand goods. d234 Bob Martin is off on a short -vacation and left this morning for Port Worth and Mineral Wells. Mrs. E. Wr.-fc Snyder and the children are out on the Bayou this week fishing and having a general good...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 17 July 1907

Buy Your Milk From Brownwood PURE FOOD Dairy DAILY BULLETIN. Phone 164 PUBLIC STORAGE WAREHOUSE E. B. Henley & Co. Fine Job Printing: See MAXES PRINTING CO. liulletln Jluilillnif. For 1 Phona 2. VOL. 7. BROWNWOOD. TEXAS. WEDNESDAY. JULY 17 1907. NO. 234 Phorie 164 Miss Clara Ballouof Brady passed through the city this morning on her way home from a very pleasant visit to Galvetson. 0. P. McWhorter leaves to- night for Wills Point to try and induceJMrs. McWhorter to return home with him. 1 IMlT TINNING THAT MAKES SMILE with satisfaction is the kind we are always doing. In fact it's the only kind we know how to do. "WE COULDN'T DO -BAD TINNING if we wanted to. Phone 432. RANKIN SHEET METAL WORKS. HIM WIT TO JAIL Method Found Whereby Har riman Can Be Imprisoned. FOR RAILROAD - MERGER Criminal Act Alleged in Joining Union and Central Pacific Lines Con- ference With Roosevelt. Nev York. July 16. The World has this from Washington: The interstate commerce com- mission points out a pla...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 17 July 1907

If I! Always on the Alert. II I Looney Mercantile Co. never let an opportunity pass to offer something new and attractive to their trade. glance through our show cases will reveal this fact to the closest observer. Yesterday the express wagon unloaded two large pack- ages and when opened proved to be a shipment of novelties including an elaborate line of high grade Hand Bags and Purses Wash Belts Hair Barrettes Cuff Pins Beads Side and Back Combs. This is without doubt the prettiest line of .goods ever shown here. Just the thing for a birthday or wedding present Looney Mercantile Co. i OP lie Citsr Store. I the Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors. Entered at the Brownwood Postoffice as Second Class Mail Matter. Smbecriptio Per Month 50c WILL' H.:MAYES Managing Editor. H.F. MAYES Business Manager. C. A. TUNNELL City Editor. . JB. C. SEITZ Daily Circulator. E. E. KIRKPATRICK Associate Editor. ; W. R. DULA Foreman Mech. t)ept. BROWNWOOD A HEALTH RfcSORT. Brownwood should ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 17 July 1907

i MM MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM M : Mosquito Bars & rrames : M M m M M M M M M M M at JbSig: Redaction to Close Out Regular Price $1.75 $2.50 $3.00 Close Out Pricel$1.25 $1.75 $2.50 " Dixie Bars and Frames $3.50gand$7.50 Empire Furniture Co. : M M MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM ACQUIRE PROPERTY Howard Payne Through Board Buy Center Avenue Property. JILL BUILD GIBLS DORMITORY Whea Finances are ia Shape to Care for Same Owners of Valuable Property on Premiaeat Street. Deeds have not been passed but the deals have all been clos- ed whereby the Howard Payne College through the board of directors acquires valuable prop- erty interests adjoining and in the vicinity of the college campus grounds. The board has bought the vacant lot between the Greenwood home and the college campus also the Julia H. Wood- ward place the F. R. Smith place and a vacant lot adjoining the High School on the other sidelof the Greenwood home. This gives them two hundred feet frontage on Center Ave- nue and its their i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 17 July 1907

The DailyBtflletin MATES PHINTINO CO.. Props. Intered at the Brownwood Poetoffice as Second-Clasfe Mail Matter. Will H. Mayes Managing Editor H. F. Mayes Business Manager. C A. Tunnell City Editor. E. E. Kirkpatrick Asso. Ed. W. a. Ddla Foreman Mech. Dept. E C. Seitz Daily Circulator. lubacription per Month . 50c Wednesday July 17 1907 t m flPIIPml NpAQ I UUIuai nYVO. J. B. Hoy Conductor On a freight train was arrested and charged with assault to murder. M. C. Humphries the 17-year- old son of Prof and M. C. Humphries died at the family residence in l Goldtiiwaite July xu vl lypoom iever. W. G. Barker a brakemkn on the Texas & Pacific was shot in the neck at Sherman The shooting occurred in the yards of the Texas & Pacific railroad Two robbers held up a St Louis and San Francisco freight train five miles east of Cherry- vale Kansas shot and killed 6. J. Brown and seriously wounded OiisiTay lor harvest hands. - In sympathy with the Pales- tine strikers of the International &a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 17 July 1907

. yi Land of Opportunity Some people have not realized the importance of getting a home while lands and city property have been cheap thinking values woi&l remain about the same and at some future time they -would possess themselves of a home for their old age. Values have con- tinue J. to advance and will likely go higher. We believe it important that people living in this country either in the country or in town make an earnest effort to get a home. If you have not felt the importance ot it and have spent all you have made from day to day and month month you should begin now to save and lay up a little if no more in some safe bank so you will accumulate enough to make at least aiirst payment as such a purchase can easily be made. We seek to help all classes and feel that this word of warning is timely. The Brown wood National Bank has ample capital backed by a large surplus and is managed on the most conservative rules known to the banking world. We shall be pleased to have yo...

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