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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 25 July 1907

The Daily Bulletin KATES PRINTIN G CO. Preps. itetwd at tke Brownwood Pottoffice as Second-Class Mail Matter. Will H. Mayxs Managing Editor H. F. Mayxs Business Manager. O A. TromnL CitylEditor. E. E. KirkpaTxick Asso. Ed. W. K. Dxtla Foreman Mech. Dept. X. C. Sxitz Daily Circnlator. bacriptioa per Month 50c Thursday July 25 1907 I General News. A New Jersey man found a pot of gold while on a fishing trip. JNmety-tnree are now missing in the Columbia steamship dis . aster. Union hatters will strike if manufacturers discard union label. Only nine entries for homes were made in Montana land drawings. Chicago union musicians de clare that alleged foreign royal bands are fakes. Two deaths and several pros- trations are reported in Chicago as result of heat. The threatened clash of federal and state courts in North Caro- lina assumes serious aspect. The biggest coal vein in the world has been opened at Hazel- ton Pa. Gov. Glenn of North Carolina criticises the federal courts for interfer...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 25 July 1907

- MILES OF WATER New Dam Gives the City Im mense Supply of Water DAM HAS BEEN COMPLETED Superintendent Hoed u Having tie Workmen Cover the North Em- haakmect With Solid Coat ef Concrete. Brownwood Dam No. 2 was completed "Wednesday night at seven o'clock after more than a year of hard work and difficul- ties encountered in the way of Dam No. 2 While Under Construct. careins and elbw shipments of materials. The city now has a water supply second to few cities in the state and adequate for all demands for years to come even if Brownwood grows as .she is now giving promise of doing. The new dam is one of the most substantial structures in the state and contains nearly three thousand cubio yards of solid conorete tied and oounter tied by wires rods and every modern method of making im- pregnable a concrete structure. The work of building the dam Seventeenth Century Superr'.i'. or That it i-; a J'i-r. ':mr: 1 for a man f uu'f!' :r!y I:i :i :s:--:- an 111 favored ulan or woman. 1 r-i foot...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 25 July 1907

it V Going to Clean Up on Linoleum Linoleum Mattings Mattings The Prices Siot to Pieces A nice line of Linoleum to select irom $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 1 5c per yard. Empire furniture Co. The Price Makers. Business Up of Many Trades And many trades are necessary. How to get them and at the least expense is the problem. . The Daily Bulletin can assist you materially in getting the traders if you will advertise and you can make the trades if you interest the traders. There's a way to do It The Bulletin points the way The Daily THERE is no fairer country or more delightful climate on caitb tlan tfyxt of Colorado during the bleated term. tj Hundreds of places of interest to the sightseer engage his at- tention and interest him ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 25 July 1907

A: 0 xoi Price concessions in Dress Goods. In as much as the close of the season is near at hand we are making attractive price concessions in our Dress Goods department. This includes all summer materials ranging in price from a few cents a yard up to dollars. . The goods we offer at reduced prices are just what you need for comfort style and looks. You can't find a better selection or more complete stock anywhere. Our Dress Goods Department has enjoyed an unusually fine trade this Spring and Summer due tp the fact that our offerings have been exceptionally fine Come and see us. We are sure we can trade if you are in the market for anything in Our line. Dr. Farris the first last and rnsHs Osteopathic physician in j&rown County. Phone 568. d&wtf. jBeturn Davitte of Dublin is in ifee city today on business. Call phone 164 Brownwood IJure Food Dairy. HJIlt Dupree is critically ill at tfce hotel annex. Chambers has several nice Hkeases to rent. John Davitte went to Coleman 18ns...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 26 July 1907

T 1C Phone 164 Phone 4 Buy Your Milk From Brownwood PURE FOOD Dairy DAILY BULLETIN. xPUBLIC STORGE -WAREHOUSE E. B. Henley & Co. Phen 2. For Fine Job Printing: See MAYES PRINTING CO. Balletln Huildlsjc. BROWNWOOD. TEXAS. FRIDAY. JULY 26 1907. NO. 242 VOL. 7. Painting Chapel The Ladies Aid society of the Baptist Churoh have just had the chapel in Ooggin addition painted and are now negotiating with a firm for seats for the little churoh. OUR WORK IS GOING UP in the estimation of the public. And on many buildings in this city and around the country. TINNING work ot every description is a specialty of ours. Estimates and designs submitted. Phone 432. RANKIN SHEET METAL WORKS. Come on Gentlemen This is Beginning D For Fifteen We offer Old Men Young u 8 at 25 per cent one-fourth of Morning July 15 guarantee 10 snow you one or tne largest ana ocst select- ed stocks of" Men and Boys sans ever shown in this city. We can please you in QUALITY STYLE AND FIT At D 4 D For 15 days only. Your...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 26 July 1907

CbbsbbbbbbbbbbV I I When von Take a Trip i ' r I For your Summer vacation it is always necessary to make preparations before starting. In selecting your wearing apparel you must have something durable as well as dressy. Before buying it would be to your interest to see the beautiful line of light weight Skirt goods we are showing. All colors and grades. If you haven't time to make your .suit our Ready-to-wear Waists and Skirts are the very latest and made of the best material. A full line of Muslin Underwear plain and Drop Stitch Hosiery. Let us help you to enjoy your vacation. - I Looney Mercantile Co. Thie Oity 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.J1. MAYES Business Manager. C. A. TUNNELL City Editor. . C. SEITZ Daily Circulator. E. E. KIRKPATRICK Associate Editor. W.1R. DULA. Foreman Mech. Dept. EDUCATING MEN FOR FARMERS. The...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 26 July 1907

TRY TO FOOLPUNCLE SAM. X A m m m t7r Well-Selected TIES M IMII10MIVII1 ) Add more to a dressy man's wardrobe than any other sin- ale item. It's astonishina 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 sortie. . The Place of QUALITY. J. A. Blackshear WW n 17 i 1 UrTTJT Mi 1 .TH W- Killer Mlii:ia$ .Mifvife By JAMES WHITCOMB RILEY CopyrUht. 1887. 1808 by Jimo Whltcomb fTlTTLE Orphant Annie's come to our house fo stay ' t A L it ... - ........ k....tt 4- Alt WiA.SU 1IIC tup All MUkEia up. ui wan crumbs a.way. . An sho the chickens off the porch and dust the hearth; an sweep. make the fire an bake the bread an earn her bo a.n keep ; ! all us other childern. when the supper set areund the kitchen fire an A'list'nin to the witch tales 'at Ann An' the Gobble-uns 'at gits you Ef you Dtn't...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 26 July 1907

The Daily tiffetin AYKK PRINTING CO.. Frew. at the Browawood Pooffiee ah Ssod-Clas Mai Ujfor. ' . WillH. Mayes Maaagtnjj Editor r H. F. Mayes Business kauager rC A. Tunnxu Citvi Editor.1 . E. E. Kirkpats icH A&o. I d. JtF R.. Ddia Foreaa&a Meeh. Pept. C Sejiz Daily Circulator. twcriptioB ier Mooth 50c Friday July 26; 1907 . M . General News. The relatives of the Misses Wallace of Austin have given up all hope that they survived. No Dews today is believed to he con- clusive evidence of their death. ' The commissioners' court of . Collin county canvassed the local option election return and de- clared the result For prohibi- tion 4227; against prohibition As he lay asleep on a cot in iiis. yard John Overbeck aged 65 years a veteran of the civil war was killed at Coweta near Tulsa I. T. The old man had no known enemies and there is no clew. Excitement is high. A temporary restraining order was granted by Judge Muse against the striking machinists of 4 Dallas from interfering wi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 26 July 1907

IMS A 1 a' OUTLINE OF PLAN Still an Opportunity to Get Bank But Don't Delay. THE BIG DEMAND FOR BANKS Will Soea Exkauit S apply At Pretest Rate They Will Net Last Losger Tkaa Two or Three Daya. Every day brings a new line of applicants for Bulletin Banks and the supply has become so nearly exhausted that we believe that two or three days more will wind them up. A great many applicants have been in today and no wonder. The plan of distribution is so simple. Just pay two months in advance on your subscription and you re- ceive a bank and 50 cents. Outline of Plan. To every applicant who com- plys with the rules a pocket savings bank and a check for 50 cents will be given. You will begin using your little lank for savings and when it is full you take it to the bank on which t.hp. - chpak is rlrawn nnrl the cashier opens your little bankj ana tne amount is deposited to your credit. When your savings amount to $4.50 you will deposit the 50 cents the Bulletin gives you and receive a depos...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 26 July 1907

ioing to on Linoleum Linoleum Mattings Mattings The Prices Shot to Pieces. A nice line of Linoleum to select irom $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 50cf 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. CTHERB is no fairer country -L or more delightful climate on earth than that of Colorado daring the bleated term. ff Hundreds of places of interest to the sightseer engage his at- tention and interest him while at the same time he is fanned by cooling breezes rich in life- giving ozone fresh from the realms of perpetual snow. ! picturesque scenery affording an endless delight to those who are interested in the sublime vagaries of Nature for in Colo rado Nature seems to have ex- hausted herself in the produc- tion of lhc sublime an...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 26 July 1907

I as XOl Price concessions in Dress Goods. Mi In as much as the close of the season is near at hand we are making attractive price concessions in our Dress Goods department. This includes all summer materials ranging in price from a few cents a yard up to dollars. The goods we offer at reduced prices are just what you need for comfort style and looks. You. can't find a better selection or more complete stock .anywhere. Our Dress Goods Department has enjoyed an unusually fine trade this Spring and Summer due to the fact that our offerings have been exceptionally fine Come and see us. We are sure we can trade if you are in the market for anything in our line. . Dr. Farris the first last and nly Osteopathic physician in Brown County. Phone 568. d&wtf. Miss Willie Ferguson of Dallas arrived in the city last night for a "visit to friends. Call phone 164 Brownwood JFure Food Dairy W. J. Odell went to Brady this wrning on business. J. D. Stewart is baok from an ex- tended stay in north...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 27 July 1907

S3 Phone 164 Buy Your Milk From Brownwood PURE FOOD Dairy Phone 164 DAILY BULLETIN. PUBLIC STORAGE -WAREHOUSE E. B. HenjjFSfc Co. Phenyl. ) Fin Job Printing See MAYES PRINTING CO. Bulletin BalldlBK. VOL. 7. BROWN WOOD. TEXAS. SATURDAY JULY 27 J 907. NO. 243 r Jim- Blythe the gentlemanly oonduotor on the Reoord special ii taking a ten days lay off and is spending the time down at Gal- veeton. Conductor Furgeson is on the run while Mr. Blythe is off a on furlough . OUR work: is going UP rMn the estimation of the public. w a 3 i ;u; ii 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. TOE MASHED OFF. John Benham Drepi Ice Ob His Foot With Disastrous Results. While putting ice in the re frigerator at C. H. Cox & Co's late yesterday afternoon John Benham was quite painfully in- jured by letting a blook of ice fall on his foot. The ice struck edgewise and Mr. Benhsm's big toe was ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 27 July 1907

I I watch space. N.s - This I On Monday July 29 we arc going to quote some special prices on all Summer goods including light weight Dress Goods Lawns Organdies Waist Silks Chiffons Voiles Ladies' Ready-made Waists and Skirts Ladies' and Men's Oxfords Men's 2-piece suits Straw Hats etc. including everything in Spring and Summer goods. This offer cannot fail to interest you. HENDFR.SOM HABIT BACK MODEL ' i Looney Mercantile Co. Tlae Oitr Store. 9 I The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors. Entered at the Brownwood PostoflSce as Second Class Mail Matter. mbcription Per Month 50c WILL H."MAYES Managing Editor. B. F. MAYES Business Manager. C. A. TUN NELL. City Editor. . C. C. SEITZ Daily Circulator. 23. E. KIRKPATRICK Associate Editor. W.'.R. DULA Foreman Mech. Dept. THE BROWNWOOD DRIVEWAY. Nothing that is being done for Brownwood will add more to the comfort of the people than the driveway proposed to. the new city park upfthe river. It is now proposed to widen the road l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 27 July 1907

s M 4 m m m m m m m m m m ell-Selected TIES Add more to a dressy man's wardrobe than 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 ivon't miss the price no matter how many you buy. Call and purchase some. 4 The Place of QUALITY. 7. IIIHllflMIVIII The Dallas News some days since reported that over zuu carpenters in Dallas are out of employment. Plenty of build- ing is going on but all the new buildings are of stone brick or concrete. Concrete building is becoming general and the efforts of carpenters brick masons and stone masons to prevent this are of no avail Brownwood Pure phone 164. Fooa jjairy Mr. and Mrs. George Calvert of this place left yesterday evening for El Paso where they will reside in the future. Mr. Calvert has been with the A. C. Young Furniture company and goes to El Paso to accept the same kind of position. While we are sorry to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 27 July 1907

V 4 The Daily Bclletin KAYK8 PRINTING CO. Prep.. JEatered at the Brownwood Postoffice hh Second-Class Mail Matter. Will H. Mayes Managing Editor H. F. Mayes Business .Manager C A. Tunnbix CityrEditor. E. E. Kirkpatrick As&o. Ed. W. SL. Oitla. Forea3aa1Mech..Dept. E. C. Skitz Dailjrcnlator. Stibeeriptioa per Month TOc Saturday July 27; 1907 I General News. Assistant Attorney General Hawkins holds free phones can not be used to talk on county - business. John J. Kuhn of Par Bockaway - 3$. YM had a fight with a big owl which entered his bedroom arid his finger was severely bitten before the owl was conquered. Frederick Newman who has "been a Houston bank messenger was arrested on a charge of em- bezzling a package containing $1000. He was located in Gal- Teton. At Poughkeepsie for twenty minutes 200 volts passed - through the body of a lineman two of whose fingers were burn- ed off. It is thought the man will recover. u Joseph Co wanV-8'hCborer sav- ed a boy from drowning in the JE...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 27 July 1907

I fT1 i Cohstruction Crew Here. A special Santa Pe construc- tion crew with seven cars are in the city today and will be here for several days. The gang is putting another telegraph wire on the line from Temple to San Angelo and will complete the job before the fall rush. The busi- ness of the road has become so voluminous out on this branch that the present wire facilities would not accommodate the work. . THE FAD. Two seasons ago only now and then you would see a buggy or carriage with an umbrella in fact it was a rarity. Times have changed and you will now see them on the streets in Brownwood in great bunches. We claim the honor of intro- ducing these umbrellas in Brown- wood and also claim and base our claims on the fact that we know that 85 per cent of all the umbrellas you will see in Brown- j wood came from Looney Mer-' cantile Co. . The reasons: We first introduced them. We secured the agency for the best made. We carry an assortment of colors. We sell them at the right pric...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 27 July 1907

r Homemaking Is -Woman's Normal State. Byesldent CHARLES W. ELIOT of Harvard University. CHE satisfactions which -women most need to earn which tho most hope to earn are THE SATISFACTIONS THA'l COME FROM .DOMESTIC LIFE from the joys hope anxieties fears and blessings of the home. Homemaking is .the intellectual life of a woman in her FORMAL STATE andmanv a woman who has never married secures the greater part of these most durable satisfactions. The race depends upon these durable satisfaction! ' for women and although we see in recent times a very great develop- ment of other occupations for women a fortunate development too in almost all cases such things prove to be temporary or if pursued in older life have become only a path to the sources of higher 'satisfac- tions. X With a man the profession in which he perseveres from day to day contributes greatly to the DURABLE satisfaction of his life. Among other things it procures' for him' his home. It enables him to sup- port "her." I...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 27 July 1907

Gall Last Chancy. m . Ik. Dr. Parris the first last and only Osteopathic physician in Brown County. Phone 568. d&wtf. Sam Parks left this morning for Ballinger for a visit to friends. Call phone 164 Brownwood Pure Food Dairy. John Falls and family of Salt Creek are in the oity visiting relatives. If your eyes trouble you see Dr. "Winters over Brooke Smith Bank. Chas. Lappe of Blanket has re- turned to his home ' after a visit to relatives in this oity. The best assorted stock of screen doors in Brownwood at Looney's Hardware. -The Comanohe baseball team !has been to Brady for a series of ihree games. Chambers Commission Co. have some of the finest homes in Brownwood on their list for sale. Arnold Kirkpatriok is expected Some tonight . from San Angelo where he has been for the past month. :-"LAWN MOWERS 20 percent off at Looney's Hardware. - Misses Mary and Tina Evans and Addie Reeves returned this morning from Belton where they have been visiting friends. TEN PER CENT off on all...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 29 July 1907

Buy Your Milk From Brownwood PURE FOOD Dairy DAILY BULLETIN. Phone 164 Investment. Gfocd J room house lot oml barn 5700.00 term? $200.00 cash balance 3 years. ' Rents $S.S0 per month. E.H. HENLEY & CO. 7-Room House Hall and Bath close in well located. Price $1730.00. Terms. eT U. HENLEY j& CO. BROWNWOOD TEXAS MONDAY JULY 29 W7 NO. 244 VOL. 7. Pmne 164 t ; I You can fire your cook if you use a Perfection Oil cook stove cooking will be a pleasure. We are giving a free demonstration of this stove at our hardware de- partment. Give us a call. Looney Mercantile Co OUR WORK IS GOING UP V In the estimation of the nublic. 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. A Religious Chicken. Mark Ragedale says he has a neighbor who is the prinoe of chioken thieves or a ohioken that ! is very religiously inclined. One of his frying eize chickens stro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 29 July 1907

The Daily Bulletin M A VKS PRINTING CO. Prous. Ctuered t the Browuwood Postotiice as Second-Clasp Mail Matter. ut. H. Mayes Managing Kditor H. F. Mayes Business Manager. C A. TtnM?li City Editor. E. E. KlKKPATRICK Asso. rd. W R. Duuv Foreman Mech. Dept. E. ski n 7 Pally Circnlhtcr nbcription per Month 50c Monday July 29 1907 General News j The steel is being laid on the Wichita Falls & Southern railway four mileB south of Wichita Palls and the road will be rushed to completion as far as Archer City. J. Perry Burrus of MoKinney one of the leading mill and ele vator men of Texas has pur- ohased twenty-five lots in Aroher City and will erect a flour mill and elevator on some of them. Rev. William Smith a Presby- terian minister of Knoxville was tricken with apoplexy while de livering a sermon at Sweetwatar Tennessee. He had just uttered the words "I may never speak " to you again" when he reeled and fell. His death is momen tarily expected. .bor the second time witnin a period of t...

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