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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 17 July 1907
FOR "THE LITTLE ONES trarfge Things Found Among the An- mafi and. Plant Life of Australia. As mst-persons are aware China Is m Iho other side of the world aiid the manners and customs of the Chinese are almost exactly the re- verse of ours. But the climate and the country are much the same. If wc want to find a country where nature has turned things topsy tur vy that is actrding to our no- tions we must go to Australia. Many things are reversed in Aus- tralia. It is summer there while it ia -winter in America. Trees shed their bark instead of their leaves. Eruit has the stone or kernel out- side. Swans are black. There is a 6pecies of fly that kills and eats the ipidar and a fish called the climb- ing perch walks deliberately out of the water and with the aid of its fins climbs the adjacent trees after insects that infest them. When to this we add that most of the birds have no song and the flowers no odors it is easily seen that it is the other side of the world in more senses than...
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 17 July 1907
it t Dow.V Yon Need a Nert Suit? If r t n r We are making some attractive offers in Clothing these days something a little better than any other store in town has offered to date Aside from price we offer a better grade of .Clothing; neater styles handsomer patterns than you can obtain in other stores. We want you to look at our Clothing. Note the quality the ex- cellent finish the perfect fit etc. Vt7 e believe you will agree with us there is nothing in Brownwood to compare with it. 1 j ' We are selling a great many Edwin Clapp Shoes these days. It is the Shoe of" quality and makes trade for our store. When you want a good shoe let us furnish it . ; Rog ers Dry . - - - Goods Go. I Dr. Farris the first; last and only Osteopathic physician in Brown County. Phone 568. d&wtf. W. D.McGhristy is home from business trip to Dallas. Call phone 164 Brownwood Pure Food Dairy. C. H. Bencini came in this snoramg from a business trip to Jfcrt Worth. "Mothers Bread" all mothers ke it. Made an...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 19 July 1907
Buy Your Milk From Brownwood PURE FOOD Dairy DAILY BULLETIN. Phone 164 PUBLIC STORYGE ' WAREHOUSE EL 3. HeUey & Co. Flu Jofc PrlntinX Sw MAYES r-MNTINO CO. VOL.7. BROWNWOOD TEXAS FRIDAY JULY 19 1907 NO 236 Phone 164 Jim Martin and family of Comanche spent last night in the city on their way home from a fishing trip to San Saba. Mr Martin stopped over long enough to purchase himself a nice surry and horse. Call phone 164 Pure Food Dairy. Brown wood TINKIXG THAT MAKES YOU SMILE with satisfaction is the kind we nre always doinp. In fact it's the only kind we know how to do. WE COULDN'T DO BAD TINNING if we wanted to. N Phone 433. RANKIN SHEET METAL WORKS. WILL RUN PIPE LIKE Superintendent Of Trickham OU and Gat Wells Has Faith. STRONG PRESSURE OF GAS Pke Tarsus Twelve Hundred Feet ef Water and Throws Stream Seven. ty-Twe Feetlnte Air. Representative C H. Jenkins has just returned from a busi- ness trip to San Angelo and while there met Messrs. Benson of San Antonio and Fred Turner ...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 19 July 1907
The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors. Entered at the Brown-wood Postoffice as Second Class Mail Matter. mbscription Per Month 500 WILL H. MAYES Managing. Editor. H. F. MAYES Business Manager. C. A: TUKKELL City Editor. v . C. SEITZ Daily Circulator. E. E. KIRKPATRICK Associate Editor. W. R. DULA. Foreman Mech. Dept. A WISE SELECTION. The Bulletin yesterday had mention of the selection of Rev. A. E. Baten of this city to fill the newly made chair to teach the Bible Church History Systematic Theology and other kindred subjects at Howard Payne College. The writer is pretty well ac- quainted with the Baptist preachers of this state by reputation at least and knows Rev. A. E. Baten quite intimately and feels that the college is to be congratulated on the selection. .He is a born instructor and there are no closer students inthe state. Cer- tainly he is eminently fitted in every way for the work which he will undertake. It is also a matter of gratification to the city tha...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 19 July 1907
lTfi mm Into t Water - - -w-m. MWW W A WW MOW WVTIW o Fort Worth l2ie have the first estalfcished in the state of Texas. It will also be Hie fourth to be placed in opera tion is the entire South accord- ing to local information. While rushing along at express traim speed two automobiles fill ed with Merrymakers returning; Coney island crasnea neaa- on dimly lighrea Ocean Park Way and as a consequence one BMUiJsTdeadand two others fa- tally injured. War has been declared on the great catalogue houses 01 Um- 1 WT i tVJ C11CX X1 lNCWi 4 woKjiwiM necic Toe jaw wac was snatterea oy xne nrsc blow and the neck dislocated by the second followed by profuse bieediiw at the month and mw. fa f tv t wni ic kJ W- R Williams an employe in j toe local railroad shops was shortly afterward .arrested on a complaint charging him with the murder of Shoemaker.and placed in the Miller county (Arkansas) iail pending investigation.' New York is suffering from a scorching heat wave which has caused three dea...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 19 July 1907
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 19 July 1907
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 20 July 1907
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 20 July 1907
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 22 July 1907
-$ I Bay Yoar Milk From Brcwnwood PURE FOOD Dairy DAILY BULLETIN. rnvii w- PtjBUC stokvge: BROWNWOOD. TEXAS. MONDAY JULY 22 107. EJEEROE EXDKTEEX IBM! TEAM Lae!"""""" fw T2s.Vh ! 9 eeyter&iy: erafe- KIT flKF glY FlNNf Tnt mr - - sscu astt. saaea. aes onsets: eeair. t My steadily ln- jfais g opcarvM is. tie powers at tae bs. It is tie TE5CSESG THAT BIASES YOU SMILE . mfcir satstactien. Ss tbe fcnsd -are ar? alura ts cof ttt. Is fact Ifs ib ea$y Isad we kadxr bow to do. "we coruwrr do babtixnexg if we wasted tot Phoae 43. RANKIN SHEET METAL WORKS. maiaai kft this Esorrinc for San Saba - - 1 . -serai aat e etee g eite and an. A iRikecise be te xasniob5e. pr'J tiaeotkeSgg ; not as fast as irocld hav been M Ato Accifcat I case if Westmoreland and I v iwiaD P - - : boia of these pitchers wise away ; isg: ith. Ms oir toenne: car fori t eT 0 . t - Jiacmereat parts of the states.; San Saba -crhere he w carry 1 . . u Bert Hise as called tip yester-f 5 . - . a&v ana promised the boys t...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 22 July 1907
RibDons Novelties Laces. The Dress may be very elaborate or expensive but is never complete without the dainty trimmings in Laces Ribbons and Novelties We have just opened the prettiest line of Flowered and Fancy Rib- bons all grades widths and sizes ever shown in your town. A look means a purchase every lady of tasty dress will appreciate the patterns shown in this department Our wash Belts Hand-Bags Hair Barrettes Beads Cuff Pins Lace Collars Side and Back Combs are the very latest and cannot .fail to interest you. Headquarters for everything in' Val and Torchon Laces v i Looney Mercantile Co. Tlxe Oity Store. 9 The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors. Entered at the Brown-wood Postoffice as Second Class Mail Matter. ub&cription Per Month. 50c WILL H!MAYES Managing Editor. H. F. MAYES Business Manager. C. A. TDKNELL. City Editor. Z. C. SEITZ Daily Circulator. E. E. KIRKPATRICK Associate Editor. W. R. DDLA Foreman Mech. Dept. SOME BIG ENTERPRISES. There are two or...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 22 July 1907
FiifcT ail j - ft w Fall Fair Arrangements are Mak- ing Rapid. Progress in All Lines . EST EVENT IN HISTORY Of Browawood or This Section of Tex- as Will Be the Central Texas Fair November 5 to 9 Inclusive. Brownwood and the surround- ing counties are beginning to realize that the Central Texas Fair to be held here November 5th to 9th inclusive is going to be the biggest event in the his- tory of this section of Texas. When the Fifty Thousand Club appointed Mr. B. E. Hurlbut manager- of the Fair Asociation he accepted the position with the understanding that he be given power and facilities with which to make the Fair the best attrac- tion in Texas this fall outside of the big events at Dallas and San Antonio. With that object in view he 4 demanded a guarantee fund large enough to provide against possi- ble loss and is now building such a program that the Brownwood Fair is sure to attract state wide attention. One of the best fea- tures of the fair is the fact that all counties surro...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 22 July 1907
j ne usiuy Dtsiietin MAYK8 PRINTING CO.. Prou.. Xa tared at the Brownwood Poetoffice as Second-Class Mail Matter. Will H. Mayes Managing Editor H. F. Mayes BnsincsB Manager. C A. Tonmsll CityfEditor. E. E. Kirkpatrick Asso. Ed. "W. R. Duia Foreman Mech. Dept. E C. Shitz Dally Circulator. Sabscription per Month 50c Monday July 22 1907 INTELLIGENT CANINE. Make a Specialty of Traveling Men and ia Most Hospitable. Brenham Tex. July 20. Cliff a bird dog owned by Mr. Charles Meeks of Somerville is perhaps one of the best known and most intelligent dogs in Texas. He is best known by reason of his frendliness to traveling men who have made a pet of him as every one does that ever comes in contact rcith him and sees some of his per- formances. The dog was raised in a saloon but is a teetotaler never having acquired the bad habit that most saloon dogs do of over indulg- ence and is remarkable for the intelligence he shows in many -ways. Not long ago Mr. Meeks found a little chicken that was c...