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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 22 July 1907

I What Can We Promise You? Everything that any first class well managed bank can consistent with sound banking principles. We have studied all the questions which have presented themselves to the banking world for many years and know those that will stand the test of time. A bank should have sufficient capital oh which to do business without borrowing and as soon as possible build up a strong surplus to protect the capital against loss by bad loans. -We are well prepared to take care of your savings and to make you loans on approved security at lowest rates of interest. We will dp anything for you that an other well man- aged bank will promise. We issue certificates of deposit. if 5 TRAIN HITS SURREY Aged Man and Young Fatally Crushed. Girl THREE OTHERS ARE INJURED Distressing Accident Befalls Pleasure Party Sunday Afteraeoa Near the Town of Lancaster. Lancaster Texas July 21. This afternoon at 5 o'clock the southbound Katy train collided at a grade crossing half a mile south of tow...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 22 July 1907

R I Going to Clean Up on Linoleum Linoleum Mattings Mattings Tie Prices Shot to Pieces. A nice line of Linoleum to select from $1.50 inlaid 75c 65c and 50c plain grades all go for the remarkable price of 40c per Square Yard. Remnants and short lengths Linoleum for 15c per S.qare Yard. MATTING 50c 40c 30c and 25c grades go at 221 per yard Remnants- 15c per yard. Short length Linoleum and Second-hand Line all go for 15c per yard. Empire furniture Co. The Price Makers. Cures Tetter Eczema Itch (all kinds) Dew Poison Pimples Ring worm Skin Eruptions Chap- ped Faces and Hands. Sore Sweatty Swollen DONT SCRATCH HOOPE&TETra I a - -w - - - -I KKa JSMM hi risikt ALLdlurt PrfAND fOOT AND Blistered Feet. Cotton Pickers W TROUBLES f'DEATM TO RED BUG 6UREGURE Pick y4 More Cotton by Using It LgANDRUfF For Sale hv CAMPBELL DRUG CO. Looks for the special sales advertised in the newspa- pers. The merchant -who does not advertise is at a disad- vantage. It may cost a few dollars to. tell the buye...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 22 July 1907

I r 01 Bargain For GarniVaJ Week v. 14 II Dr. Farris the first last and o-nly Osteopathic physician in Brown County. Phone 568. . d&wtf. Sam Parks spent Saturday at Brady on business. Call phone 164 Brownwood i?ure Food Dairy. J. B. Walton is home from Trisit to relatives at Hamlin. a Chambers has Souses to rent. several nice &iss Lena Stewart is spending ur few days at Mineral Wells this Teek. If your eyes trouble you see Dr. Winters over Brooke Smith Bank. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin McGhee Deft Sunday morning for Abilene We have some valuable prop- 2rty on Melhvood Avenue. Chambers Commission Co. . AL W. Adams at Stephenville. iriaads. sf3ent Sunday the guest of Some fine properties on Fisk street for sale by Chambers Commission Co. I). E. Munger of Brady was in ihecity last night on his way iome from a visit to Temple. ' . -Shelley Hurlbut and wife re iuraed Saturday night from a Tery pleasant visit to Ferris. We have some beautiful Gen- is" Avenue property on our list. Chambers ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 23 July 1907

Phone 16 Buy Your Milk From Brownwood PURE FOOD Dairy Phone 164 PUBLIC STORAGE WAREHOUSE E. B. Henley & Co. DAILY BULLETIN. For Fine Job Printing: See MAXES PRINTING CO. Bulletin BalldJujt. 3 Fhens 2. VOL. 7. BROWNWOOD. TEXAS. TUESDAY JULY -23 J 907. NO. 239 111 7 mm HIH mm Mr. and Mrs. Glen Heslep will leave tonight for Caldwell San Antonio and uaiveston on a pleasure trip. Next week they will go to Beeville where Mr. Heslep will work for a month or more before returning to Brown wood for the ootton season. TINNING THAT MAKES you . RMTTVE ' -with satisfaction is the kind we are Always doing. In fact it's the only Hit 1 .r--ina we Know now to ao. "VE. COULDN'T DO BAD TINNING if we wanted to. Phone 432. RANKIN SHEET METAL ? 1 WORKS. Come on Gentlemen S This is the Time ginning Monday ; n u mi orning. leen mem' . Old Men. ;Young Wit mm tsi : ? Hi FJPFfi mum mm . m II . ' - it at 25pcr ctoVe-fpurth..of former price off and we guarantee tbiiloV you one of the largest and best select...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 23 July 1907

. . 1 i Oxiords I t M laaK To the lady ho is cautious of her footwear the selection of a pair of Slippers is a very tedious task. Realizing this fact we have made our shoe department as com- fortable as possible giving plenty of space in the coolest part of the store for fitting Ladies' shoes. The LaFrance line is becoming more popular each season. They are made in all widths and styles and of the best material. Try a pair of our Plain Toe Patent Kid Turn Soles the dressiest shoes on the market. We have a limited amount of Tans come early and let us fit you. A few Strap Sandals Colonial Ties sizes 2 I -2 to 4 to close out at $1.00 just the thing for every day. A line in children's and Misses 9 1-2 to 1-2 at 75c. - I Looney Mercantile Co The Oity Store. 3 The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors. Untered at the Brownwood Postoffice as Second Class Mail Matter. Htcription Per Month 50c WILL' H."MAYES Managing Editor. H. F. MAYES Business Manager. C. A. TUNNELL. City Edito...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 23 July 1907

4 MiaarfliBHBa Well-Selected TIES Add more to a dressy man's wardrobe than any other sin- ale item. It's astonishing ' ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft how little investment is needed for a general good general assortment. Four-in-Hands and Bat Ties Now on sale at this store cover the entire require- ments of any well-dressed man. You won't miss the price no matter how many you buy.. Call and purchase some. The Place of QUALITY. J. ftftftftftftftftftftftftft ftftftftftftftftftftftftft COMPARES COUNTIES. BrewBweael Citizen Takes Excepticm to m. East Texas People's Article. Brownwood Tex. July 22 1907. Ed. The Eoxton Wide-a-Wake. In reading the last issue of the Wide-a-Wake I notice that ' you seem to have had an inter- view with your friend C. H. Walls late of Ballinger who has moved back to your section of the country however passing you up by about fifteen miles and settling in the sandy land belt of Delta county. The little local states that Mr. Walls says "No rains...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 23 July 1907

1 AM 1-1 The Texas Bankers Trip To the Northeast- Con't O o o o 6 Our Texas party reached Phil adelphia about 7:30 o'clock the following morning after leaving Isfew York. Arrangements had been made for our accommoda tion at the Colonnade Hotel where breakfast was served. I The Philadelphia bankers were on hand with automobiles to take us over the city. The first place of interest where we stopped was Independence Hall where the Declaration of Independence was signed in 1776 and the Fed- eral Union adopted in 1778. In "these historic rooms the consti- tution was framed in 1787. Phil- adelphia was the capital of the union from 1790 to 1800. We al- so saw the old Liberty Bell which is located in the hall adjoining the room where the declaration of independence was signed. There is also a most interesting museum oi revolutionary days. .Among the other places of inter- est are the Betsy Ross house where the I first American flag was made and Carpenters' Hall . built in 1724 where the fir...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 23 July 1907

Wh$?Can We Promise Xou? i - f Everything that any first class well managed bank can consistent with sound banking principles. We have studied all the questions which have presented themselves to the banking world for many years and know those that will stand the test of ttre. A bank should have sufficient capital on which to do business without borrowing and as soon as possible build up a strong surplus to protect the capital against loss by bad loans We are well prepared to take care of your sayings and to make you loans on approved security at lowest rates of interest. We will do anything for you that an other well man- aged bank will promise. We issue certificates qf deposit. WANTCOLUMN FOR RENT Pour furnished rooms. Apply to Chambers Commission Co. dtf. FOR RENT A 6-room house on Fisk street with cistern and hydrant close to Howard Payne College. Apply to John Fanning. dtf WANTED Everybody to save ar- ticles for the Rummage sale to be held in October by ladies of the cemetery as...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 23 July 1907

oing to on Linoleum Linoleum Mattings Mattings The Prices Shot to Pieces A nice line of Linoleum to select from $1.50 inlaid 75c 65c and 50c plain grades all go for the remarkable price of 40c per Square Yard. Remnants and short lengths Linoleum for 15c per Sqare Yard. MATTING 50c 40c 30c and 25c grades go at 22 per yard Remnants 15c per yard. Short length Linoleum and Second-hand Line all go for I5c per yard. Empire furniture Co. The Price Makers. Getting Into Hot Water about the Plumbing is the experience o many householders and landlords. Aej kind of a modern house is a vrilderneei unless the plumbing be properly at- tended -p o. This is our particular bull ness and- we are mighty partlcuia) about it. Either new eyetems of Plumbing or . repairs to old.quickly sci entifilcalv and throughly done for lcr cost than you ould suppose from the permanent class of work Phone Nr. 10. The List is Growing Our list of subscribers is growing rapidly and is reach- ing out over the rural routes....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 23 July 1907

"sr. . P xoi Worth $1.50 to $3.50 Reduced to $1.00 j Li Dr. Parris the first last and snly Osteopathic physician in Brown County. Phone 568. d&wtf. -Call phone 164 Pure Food Dairy. Brownwood Albert Son of Sealing Okla. is In the oity on a visit to relatives. Chambers has houses to rent. several nice Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Abney are spending the day al Blanket to- day. If your eyes trouble you see Dr. "Winters over Brooke Smith Bank. . Miss Eva Scott and her moth sr left this morning for a visit to Austin. We have some valuable prop -rty on Mellwood Avenue. Chambers Commission Co. Mrs. Lee Barron left last night ior her home at Piano after a de- lightful visit to relatives here. Some fine properties on Fisk street for sale by Chambers Commission Co. John Kelley of San Antonio was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Abney in the city yesterday. . . v- We have some beautiful Cen- ter Avenue property on our list. Ghambers Commission Co. Miss Willie Mcintosh left this morning for Blanket wher...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 24 July 1907

n .1 f : IF?. r Buy Your Milk Ffdifi Brownwood PURE fipOD Dairy DAILY BULLETIN. Phone 164 PUBLIC 'STORAGE1 WAREHOUSE E. 3. Heii&y & Co. I a I Vln. Tnl. Tr2ritnr See A. ft AAV W A. Ul 31 AYES PRINTING CO. Bulletin Building. Pfaeaa 2. VOL. 7. BROWNWOOD TEXAS WEDNESDAY JULY 24 1907 NO. 240 Good Pecan Crop. The Brown couDty peoan orop promisee to be better than for Myerftl years past and if nothing happane now to blight the orop the owners of pecan trees will realize a neat sum from this inex- pensive orop this year. BBSSSjB)BSS TINNING LOST IN SHIPWRECK Misses Edna and Bertha Wal- lace May Have Perished THAT MAKES YOU 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. WERE ON THE COLUMBIA Relatives of the Young Ladies Have Received No Word Related to Mrs. J. W. Green. Austin July 23. Among the passengers supposedly lost on the ill-fated steamer Co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 24 July 1907

i Shirts Collars. Ties A man with good taste in dress is aware of the fact that his wardrobe is not complete without a nice selection of Ties You seldom visit our store without seeing something new . Our plan is to order often and always have the very newest. Tust opened a full line of Four-in-Hand String and Bat Ties. A full line of all Linen 4-Ply Collars all styles Try a Saratoga shape the coolest and most comfortable Collar on the market . Faultless and Fountain Shirts speak for themselves. If you have tried one and had it Iaundred you are satisfied as to the quality if not. try one. All styles and colors with or without collars. i Looney Mercantile Co. The Oity Store. I The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors. Entered at the Brownwood Postoffice as Second Class Mail Matter. f mbccription Per Month. .50c WILLH.IMAYES Managing Editor. H. F. MAYES Business Manager. C. A. TUNNELL City Editor. X. C. SEITZ Daily Circulator. E. E. KIKKPATRICK Associate Editor. W. R. DULA...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 24 July 1907

. Well-Selected TIES Add more to a dressy man's wardrobe than any other sin- ale item. It's astonishing m m m m u m m m how little investment is needed for a general good general assortment. Four-in-Hands and Bat Ties Now on sale at this store cover the entire require- ments of any well-dressed man. You won't miss the price no matter how many you buy. Call and purchase some. A The Place of QUALITY. 7. Indictment Charges Gussie Rob- inson With Killing Hodges. REVIVES INTEREST IN CASE Young Man Shot Two Wek Ago Last Saturday Night and Girl Wound- ed Much Comment. Fort Worth Tex. July 22. A surprise was sprung tonight at 7 o'clock when Deputy Sheriff Charles Evatt arrested Miss i Gussie Robinson on a grand jury indictment charging her with the murder of Arthur Hodges in this city four weeks ago last Saturday night. The woman was placed in the female ward of the county jail and in- structions were issued by County Attorney R. E. L. Roy and Sheriff Tom Wood that no one be allowed to comm...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 24 July 1907

r i DRIVEWAY OBTAINED VETERANS Committee Has Secured Right- ofway to the New City Park. WILL BEGIN WORK AT ONCE Tke Driveway Makes a Coasplete Circuit RetvnuBf Threvf k Am Ed Hall Laad Near Bayou. The committee of the Fifty Thousand Club and the city coun- cil appointed to secure right-of- way for the proposed driveway to the new city park completed . their task today after three weeks hard work. The drive- way will ; extend from East Broadway through the Tannehill And Adams property and will extend to the park and return by way of the Bayou route travers ing the land owned by the city and bv Ed Hall along the little Slough. This is one of the most impor- tant moves that the city has made and will reflect greatly to the credit of Brownwood. The driveway is to be 110 feet wide and the Sloughs will be crossed y concrete arches. It is in- tended to pave the entire drive- way with crushed rock and to plant shade trees along the entire length of the drive. Paths for bicycles and pedestri...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 24 July 1907

1 - ' . . . - A - "T i What Can We Promise You? Officers and Directors: T. C. YANTIS President J. C. WEAKLEY 1st Vice Pres. J. A. WALKER 2nd Vice Pres. Everything: that any first class well managed bank can consistent with sound banking principles. We have studied all the questions which have presented themselves to the banking world for many years and know those that will stand the test of time. A bank should have sufficient capital on which to do business without borrowing and as soon as possible build up a strong surplus to protect the capital against loss by bad loans. We are well prepared to take care of your savings and to make you loans on approved security at lowest rates of interest. We will do anything for you that an other well man- aged bank will promise. We issue certificates of deposit. . MILLARD ROMINES Cashier WM. B. TROSS. Asst. Cashier G. N. HARRISON H. T. WILLIAMS. The Brownwood National Bank. No Loans Due the Bank by its Officers. Weaver-Morse Nuptials. One of th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 24 July 1907

I L Going to on Linoleum Linoleum Mattings Mattings The Prices Shot to Pieces A 'nice line of Linoleum to select from $li50 inlaid 75c 65c and 50c plain grades all go for the remarkable price of 40c per Square Yard. Remnants and short lengths Linoleum for 15c per Sqare Yard. MATTING 50c 40c 30c and 25c grades go at 22 per yard Remnants 15c per yard. Short length Linoleum and Second-hand Line all go for 15c per yard. Empire furniture Co. The Price Makers. Getting Into Hot Water about the Plumbing Is the experience o many householders and landlords An kind of a modern house Is a wilderncef unless the rlumbinjr be properly tended 49 0. This is our particular bad- ness and we are mlgnty partlcultii about it.. Either new evfitems of Plumbing or repairs to old.quickly sci j entlnlcalyrand tnrougmy aone lor lesi cost than 'you vould suppose from th permanent class of work. tor BXviiviv Phone Nr. JO. Business is Made Up of Many Trades And many trades are necessary least expense is the probl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 24 July 1907

IF Timely Suggestion. - hi I 31 If .you desire to be comfortably dressed neatly dressed and at an economical figure you can do no better than to Buy Kuppenheimer Clothing. ! i . It is considered standard the world over and is worn by the best dressed people in .Brownwood .1 : It' is made right it looks right and is sold 'at as low a price as Clothing of that quality can be sold. j'- ' h M"' -it---; - E Dr. Farris the first last and only Osteopathic physician in Brown County. Phone 568. d&wtf Miss Addie Perry has returned from a visit to the Misses Reeves at Bangs. Call phone 164 Pure Food Dairy. Brownwood J. H. Head of Yoakum is the guest of J. T. and Mrs. McDon- ald this week. Chambers has houses to rent. several nice Miss Joe Wilder left this morn- ing for Dublin and Walnut Springs for a visit to relatives. If your eyes trouble you see Dr. Winters over Brooke Smith Bank. Miss Willie Sanderson lias re- turned to her home at San Saba after a very pleasant visit to her cousin Mrs...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 25 July 1907

. ) Buy Your Milk From Brownwood PURE FOOD Dairy 1 Phone 164 Phone 1S4 DAILY BULLETIN. PUBLIC STORAGE WAREHOUSE E. B. Henley & Co. Fer Fine Job Printing: See MAYES PRINTING CO. Bulletin Building:. Phea 2. VOL. 7. BROWNWOOD TEXAS THURSDAY JULY 25 J907 NO. 241 Herbert Ragsdale returned yesterday from a ten days stay at ban Ancelo wnere ne "was a guest for several days at- the Bencini camp. ( Horse of another color. The Majesnc. OUR WORK IS GOING UP in the estimation of the public. And on many buildings in this city and around the country. TINNING "work of every description is a specialty of ours. Estimates and designs submitted. Phone 432. RANKIN SHEET METAL WORKS. Question of Memory. The question of whether or not it rained during the first carni- val held in Brownwood was brought up this morning and most every man. who would express an opinion on the matter very readily said that it rained for two days at the begin- ning of the big event. Will Bonds held out that the entire' wee...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 25 July 1907

The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY' Proprietors. Entered at the Brownwood Postoffice as Second Class Mail Matter. Subscription Per Month. .50c WHaL'H. "MAYES Managing Editor. H. F MAYES Business Manager. C. A. TUNNELL City Editor. E. C. SEITZ Daily Circulator. 33. E. KIRIOPATRICK Associate Editor. W.1R. DULA Foreman Mech. Dept. THE EVIL FROM GOSSIP. The world will never know even a small part of the harm that comes from gossip just idle gossip. A little story will start on its rounds.gathering fresh material as it goes.until it culminates in the ruin of some man or some woman. It may not be much at first a mere harmless idle rumor and perhaps not one of the -hundred tongues that wag it with.ever increasing volume really intend to besmirch or tear down a good character but there are people who cannot repeat anything without drawing on their imaginative powers and adding a little to it. These people will add their touches to the rumor until it assumes proportions never intended...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 25 July 1907

Well-Selected TIES Add more to a dressy mmtfs wardrobe than any other sin- gle item. It's astonishing m m m m m m m m m how little investment is needed for a general good general assortment. . :: v Four-in-Hands and Bat Ties Now on sale at this store cover the entire require- ments of any well-dressed man. You won't miss the price no matter how many you buy. Call and purchase some. The Place of QUALITY. J. ipiiiii COFFIN FULL OF WHISKEY. Supposed Mourner After Banal Have Wake ib Ike Wood. South McAlester I. T. July 23. At Kiowa a small town 12 miles south of this city on the Missouri Kansas and Texas there lived a man well known to all in the neighborhood. He departed from there some months ago and went to Texas to work on a ranch. A few days ago word was circulated around Kiowa that he had been killed and that the remains would be sent to his former home for burial. The coffin arrived in due time and with very brief services the body or supposed body of the former citizen was inter...

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