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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 29 July 1907

f lllllllllllll m m Well-Selected TIES Add more to a dressy man's wardrobe than any other sin- qle item. It's astonishing hoiy little investment is needed for a general good general assortment. ; : ) :; ;: :: Four-in-Hands and Bat Ties Noiv on sale at this store cover the entire require- ments of any ivell-dressed man. You tvon't miss the price no matter hotu many you buy. Call ana jjurciiase 7 7 u m The Place of QUALITY. 7. FRISCO OFFICIALS Cross Country Brady to Angelo Distance of Eighty Miles. ROUTE LOOKS PRETTY GOOD And Indicates That Frisco Road is Pros- pecting for That Line From Angelo to Ft. Worth via Brady Brownwood. As stated in yesterday's Stan dard R. D. Yoakum.of St. Louis a brother of the president of the Frisco and W.B . Drake general superintendent of the Frisco at Fort Worth arrived in the city at 1 o'clock from Brady whither they came by hack. Charles B. Metcalfe who en- am kinds ot in ana. outside ! Wained the Frisco officials es- Panting and Fresco work dec corte...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 29 July 1907

A sacrifice on All summer Goods. Below is a partial list of prices we are going to offer during the remain- der of this week. They are all new and up-to-date-goods. We are compell- ed to move these goods in order to have room for the immense fall stock. OUR rO IS YOUR O-AXNv Dress Goods. Plaid Silks 19 inches wide all colors latest designs regular JT f r 65 and 75c per yd only -. U U One lot of Fancy' Stripes and Plaid Silk Suitings Taffeta 28 in. wide regular $1.00 grade 7 Q n at per yard - - 10" One lot Habutai 20 inches wide regular 35c grade per fi I p yard - - L I One lot Habutai 28 inches wide regular 50c grade per Q Q f yard - - OO All silk Habutai 36 inches wide regular 75c grade per 71 ft p . yard - H-QV All silk. Habutai 36 in. wide 75c grade per yard 5!8c Raw Pongee all silk 28 in. wide in grey red "white and cham- pagne colors regular 85c 0 Rr grade per yard - - .U' One lot Silk Remnants regular $1.00 75c and 50c grades QAr at only - - UT One lot of Silk Couleur 36 in. w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 29 July 1907

Personal Interest. 1 I Thte Bank- takes a personal interest in the advancement of town and country and the welfare oi its customers. This Bank de- sires to help every one of its customers to a successful business career. Therefore this institution takes pleasure in furnishing its friends with all the conveniences and special privileges of a modern and well appointed bank. We issue certificates of deposit and keep valu- able papsrs in our Fire and burglar proof vaults without charge. The Brownwood National Bank. Officers and Directors : T. C. YANTIS President J.'C. WEAKLEY 1st Vice Pres. J. A. WALKER 2nd Vice Pres. MILLARD ROMINES Cashier WM. B. TROSS. Asst. Cashier G. N.HARRISON H. T. WILLIAMS. Your Banking Business is Respectfully Solicited. i I BULL MM LEAVES Brownwood Boys Will Take Three Gaines From Brady. "SMILEY'S" HARD HITTERS e it r i nr i.ee oon nai -narge or inc i cam aim Says They are the Best Amateur Aggregation to be Found. The Brownwood baseball team now known as "Smil...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 29 July 1907

War With Would By Admiral BARON us to the IT IS .TRUE THAT APPEAR IN ONE QUARTER OF BUT A LOCAL SQUALL AND DOES NOT IN ANY WAY THt GENE-RAL STATE OF THE SLIGHT CLOUD WILL SOON BE By General STEWART L. WOODfORD. Former Minister In the seventy vears of rav life Jby.tlio thoughtless .and ill considered action of tihb THOSE WARS MIGHT HAVE BEEN AVOltiEl. TODAY ALL THE INTERESTS WHICH CENTER AROUND THIS NATION THE THOUGHTFUL BUSINESS MEN ARE. (OPPOSED TO BEING. AGAIN DRAGGED INTO A USELESS AND AN UNNECES- SARY WAR. War between the United States and Japan would be a crime against history. War between us and Japan would be a crime against religion for in no place in the world is more toleration shown to religions of all kinds and we have established our religion in the land of the mikado. War between us and Japan would be a crime against commerce. Between us let there be rivalry let each do his best and may that SPIRIT OF PAIR PLAY .exist which says let the best man win. 4 War between Japa...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 29 July 1907

p IE XE XOE XE XE XE XE 11 In order to induce Quick Buyin During the Next Ten Days We will : make REMARKABLE price REDUCTIONS IN CLOTHING STRAW HATS and LOW CUT SHOES. J; . V Ik Dr. Parris the first last and Only Osteopathic physician in Brown County. Phone 5G8. d&wtf. Ghas. Low went to Brady this morning on a business trip for the Alamo Bottling Co. Call phone 164 Brownwood Pure Food Dairy. . 0. S. Johnson is visiting" friends in Dublin. . If your eyes trouble you see Dr. "Winters over Brooke Smith Bank. Mrs. Whitfield is spending the day at Brady today on business. The best assorted stock of screen doors in Brownwood at Looney's Hardware. Judge Jenkin's went to Brady yesterday. Dr. Chilton of Comanche spent the day here yesterday. LAWN MOWERS 20 per cent off at Looney's Hardware. D. K. Taylor of Brady spent last night here and returned home this morning. - Dee A. Hise and wife spent Sunday in Blanket visiting their parents. - - ' 4 Carl Scott Of Abilene accom- panied by his fr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 30 July 1907

J 1 V Phdne 164 Buy Your Milk From Brownwood PURE FOOD Dairy Phone 104 he' DAILY BULLETIN. 7-Room House Hall anK th Investment. 0H)d 3 room house lot and barn $700.00. ?erms $200.00 cash balance 3 years. Rents i8.50 per month. ' fi.U. HENLEV&COj close in well locatj Price $1 750.00. Tep i. VOL. 7 BROWNWOOD TEXAS TUESDAY JULY 30 J 907. NO. 245 1 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. GAM E RAINED OUT AFFAIRS MUDDLED Brownwood and Brady Had no Cu"''' C eve Water Game Yesterday Afternoon. Cranes Jua at Present. mo MB mm be liable Brady Made Three Scores the First Time at the Bat but the Brow nwood Bunch Were Not Worried. 1 Councilman Armstrong Has a Say in Regard to the Action of the Volun- teer Fire Department. OUR WORK IS GOING UP in the estimation of the public. And on many buildings in this city and around the co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 30 July 1907

i i IP y ( D a m 6 C t Wi Clt fn CO! foi He in ber rut Inn wa: ers wip den rigt thrc was gam Ri thos thos into pitct tests that idcnc Swee die . along was 18S3 same woulc with ' sisted Hghtej accept to stri the bi i tired I er f ou lone fben m Plate. The C It one u Pariflc k fart lie wen rom Sa e Enzi I Rock. Ithat tl n the In 15' took p kverel act 3) b 3ear fled i Ign la t lised w a hit bea da Inch i Tw e 11 m it the hit pscl f 1 Problems of theRepublic By Governor JOHN A. jpHNSON of Minnesota EVER wasflie battlclel(l of government for the people afore deeply IX NEED OF LOYA1 SOLBJERS tlmn toiSay ami never brighter were the opportunities for glorious achievement. Do you ask for 'a catalogue of patriotic oppor tunities? Do yon ask to have the problems oi the republic THE EN EMMIES OE THE PEO PLE labeled and marshaled for your inspec tion ? You will tind tlwnn on every hand amonj.' THE HOSTS OF SPECIAL PRIVILEGE wherever a public law a public right a public trust 'the public treasury...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 30 July 1907

I I I rci Tl was el ' Tfa &Bd saw deic nl&e strut right ihroug. was a gamp. Radb those c thoso y Into th pitched tests. 1 that -wa Idence Sweeney I die of along s was the 18S3 wa . game a would r with the sisted tj 1 Jighter 1 accepted the bat tired in t Jer fouled lone bej then was blate. WQ) i H'lng iuea. dot Fthe bod the sal liousand plls. W. sirves or lay be a may spi teful h Ises won imagin Pped. O trry hal Jy and z Ition of e forget 3e a jo there ii ig. righ bifics" fo Issipatlc The C It one n f'acifle f fac-t lie wer pom Sa le Ens Kock. Ithat U ln the In 157 took po kvereig acqc pd) bee lear v lied til ft n's H is a i e a and onced Ingha. bwn ij e of quire wo L rages s avc Igno Js to ised fn ai him beat fculty daft Inche $ - WelfoSelected TIES Add more to a dressy man's wardrobe than any other sin- nla nt.Mn Tt's astonishina M hoiv little investment is needed for a general good general assortment. :: :: :: . Four-in-Hands and Bat Ties Now on sale at this store cover t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 30 July 1907

sacrifice Summer Gaodsl Below is a partial list of prices we are going to offer iluring the remain der of this week. They are all new and up-to-date-goods. We are compell ed to more these goods in order to nave room for the immense fall GAIN. on All LOS YOUR right f was a gamp. Radb those 6 those v ... into r i i r Dress Goods Plaid Silks 19 inches wide all colors latest designs regular COr 65 and 75c per yd only - U U. One lot of Fancy Stripes and Plaid Silk Suitings Taffeta 28 in. wide regular $1.00 grade at per yard 78e All silk Habutai 20 inches wide regular 35c grade per 0 I P yard - - L I v All silk Habutai- 28 inches wide. regular 50c grade per yard - 38c All silk Habutai 36 inches wide regular 75c grade per A1-Or yard - T"0V All silk Habutai 36 in. wide 75c grade per yard 58c Raw Pongee all silk 28 in. wide chain- 64c i i in grey red white and pagne colors regular 85c grade per yard One lot Silk Remnants regular $1.00 75c and 50c grades QCf at only - - tmVJ One lot of Silk C...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 30 July 1907

BHBBMBMBHIIMIIMIHBMIHIHIB . I PersolM Interest. Officers and Directors : a T. C. YANTIS President J. C. WEAKLEY 1st Vice Pres. J. A. WALKER 2nd Vice Pres. MILLARD ROMINES Cashier WM. B. TROSS. Asst. Cashier G. N. HARRISON j H. T. WILLIAMS: Cur . One .M..-tr- p of lent This Ban?Jtakes a personal interest in the advancement of town and countrv ancj the wejjare 0j its customers. This Bank de- sires to help every one o its customers to a successtul business career. Therefore this institution takes pleasure in furnishing its friends with all the conveniences and special privileges of a modern and well appointed bank. Ye issue certificates of deposit and keep valu- able papers in our Fire and burglar proof vaults without charge. Bos 3S& plor " blth onlj to i B?a ilaj tend excli Th was ed it The 1 The Br own wood National Bank. Your Banking Business is Respectfully Solicited. and saw denci nine struo Of tl . .five i came won ( clubs from conLin four j He wj in run. Inuftig MJs fi gi er...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 30 July 1907

EBALLvRIES. - OA ow Boston and vroviaenKiM in the League In tL Probably one of' the grqBpries of baseball games played IBonal league clubs was that betwp the Bostous and the Providence fiys lu 1SS4. The Bostons had won tl cham- pionship of 1SSS and It was the am- bition of Providence cranks who lived only forty miles away from the Hub. . to wrest the laurels away from the Bean Eaters. Every game that was . 9 .1 1 excitement was at white heat The first game of the series In 1SS4 was one of sixteen Innings and result- ed in a tie. the score standing 1 to 1. j.ne pucners were uuaney unanourue and Jim "Whitney and 10.000 persons saw the battle. The next day Provi dence won by a score of 2 to 1 In ) nine innings and Charley Sweeney struck out nineteen Boston batsmen. Of the first eight- games Boston won five and Providence three. Wlien It came time to meet for the four final struggles the Providence team had won every series from the other league club? and wanted to win the series from t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 30 July 1907

p H r x: Buying Induced by Bargain During the Next Ten days. Quick V You: will certainly Dr. Farris the first last and only Osteopathic physician in Brown County. Phone 5GS. d&wtf. H. P. Mayes is representing the Bulletin at Blanket today. . Call phone 164 Brownwood Pure Food Dairy. H. R. Kaneaster is in attend anoe at the Blanket picnio today. ' Charcoal at Looney's groc- cery. Phone 60. H. L. B. Skinner went to Blan- ket today to be present at the big anniversary pionio. T. C Yantie J. L. CroBB Dee A. Hiae Jack Hall and many others went to the picnio at Blan ket today. If your eyes trouble you see Dr. "Winters over Brooke Smith Bank. "W. D. McUhristy is another Brownwoodite in attendance at the Blanket pionic today. The best assorted stock of screen doors in Brownwood at Looney's Hardware. ' Misses Katie and Ruby Smith Alice Tayler Emily Looney and Grace Cordetl are spending the day at the Blanket picnic today. We have vacant lots for saie all over the city. Chambers Comnriss ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 31 July 1907

V V Phone 164 Buy Your Milk From Brownwood PURE FOOD Dairy DAILY BULLETIN. Phone 164 Investment. Good 3 room house lot and barn $700.00 terms $200.00 cash balance 3 years. Rents $8.50 per month. E.B. HENLEY & CO. 7-Room House liall anf'A'h close in well locate -J Price $1750.00. TetM E. B. HENLEY & CO. VOL. 7. BROWNWOOD. TEXAS. WEDNESDAY JULY 31 1907 NO. 246 ) f 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- Give us a call. Looney Mercantile Co. jiariment. OUR WORK IS GOING UP in the estimation of the public. And on many buildings in ths city and around the country. TINNING work of' every description is a pliecialty of ours. Estimates and desiens submitted. Phone 432 RANKIN SHEET METAL WORKS. CUTOFF JUESSli Sweetwater Paper Has Definite ly Decided on the Route. SURVEYORS-GAVE INFORMATION Coleman to this ! been set from place. "Three surveys have recently been made...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 31 July 1907

is a Well Known Fad That when Looney Mercantile Co advertises a special sale that it means a saving to the purchaser. That is hy so many after seeing the prices quoted in Monday and Tuesday's daily have visited our store and without a single exception an- nounced their satisfaction by making a purchase. Save Tuesday's daily and look at the prices compare them with any you wish and bring it with you and see how well we are complying with the advertised price. Remember all Summer goods are included in this sale; all high grade goods. Alco Clothing Stetson and Packard Low cuts and LaFrance Slippers. You cannot fail to be interested when you see the prices. Looney Mercantile company The Home of High Grade Merchandise. St. - L . J 1 The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors. Entered at the Browmvood Postoffice as Second Class Mail Matter. Subscription Per Month. .50c WILL H. MAYES Manapinjr Editor. S. F. MAYES Business Manager. C. A'. TUN NELL. City Editor r. C. SEITZ Daily C...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 31 July 1907

I I Get a Si-timer Suit BLJUMHEAR That is the place. White Flannel! ot Bitse Serge Two-piece Stilts Is just about the neatest and coolest suits imaginable for special occasions and hot days. Have the coat made sace long lap- els two or three buttons and skeleton- lined; the trousers with roll-ups and belt r straps; and you have a suit that is swell and cool. Leave your measure for one of them today (the price will please you.) Phone No. 130. The Place of QUALITY. J. IN DURANCE VILE Jim Pace a Former Club Man Sleeps Behind the Bars. WAS ARRESTED AT BOWSER And Brought to Brownwood Yetterday Afternoon by Constable Davenport of Richland Springs. A Bulletin man m his rambles wandered into the sheriff 's office yesterday afternoon and while y there a young man by the name of Jim Pace was hrought in by constable Davenport of Rich- land Springs. The young man was a stranger even to the sher- iff but it developed thal he was wanted here on a charge of vio- lating the local option law and tja...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 31 July 1907

0 4 he Daily Bulletin KAYKS PRINTING CO.. Props. fcmered at the Brownwood Postoffice an Second-Clase Mail Matter. 'Will H. Mayks Managing Editor H. F. Maves Business Manager. Jy A. TCNNEIX Citv Editor. E. E. KlKKPATRICK ASSO. Ed. vfR. Doxa Foreman Meth. Dept. E v. -sfki Ta!l CirrolHtto. Saoicription per Month 0c Wednesday .Julv 31 1907 million dollars damage had been J done. Three persons were in- injured one of them Gottfried Mesetli a fireman probably fa- tally. William Bobbit an extra switch engineer employed by the Missouri Kansas & Texas railway company in their yards in Houston was shot twice and seriously wounderl.as he stepped from his engine which had been run upon the turntable. C. H. Fields a fireman in. the employ of the same railroad -company surrendered to the police. Prof. Braily chief clerk in the ALL OVER THE HOUSE LOSING ONE'S NERVE. General News. o I Tftroseno Useful In Varfous Ways lr Domestic Economy. Kerosene- oil is a groat help to loosen dirt used in vari...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 31 July 1907

Peronai Interest. This Banktajjtes a personal interest in the advancement of town and country and the welfare oi its customer This Bank de- sire to help every one of its customers to a successful business career. Therefore this institution takes pleasure in furnishing its friends with all the conveniences and special privileges of a modern and well appointed bank. We issue certificates of deposit and keep valu- able papers in our Fire arid burglar proof vaults without charge. The--"BflwfiB wood- Wtifteieal Your Banking Business is Respectfully Solicited. Officers and Directors : T. C. YANTIS President J. C. WEAKLEY. 1st Vice Pres. J. A. WALKER 2nd Vice Pres. : MILLARD ROMINES Cashier; WM. B. rROSS. Asst. Cashier G. N. HARRISON H. T. WILLIAMS. 13 0j Thread Negro'Man and Woman Put on aShowDownin the Flat. tOLLOWEB BY AN MEST! Alex Jeffrey and a Woman by the Name J of "Ida" are theStar Actors and j Jeffreys Has Skiddooed. i i "When the weather gets hot the negro gets lazy' is a saying!...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 31 July 1907

o L FO ALL ULLETIN RANKS. The Bul- letin'!!) Bank Offer Expires Aug 1st. ami at present o only a few banks re- main on hand If you have intended to et one of the Little Banks now is the time. The way II is Done. A handsome Nickel Pocket Sav ings Bank and a. check on a certain well known bank of Brownwood good for 50 cents will be given to ap- plicants who comply with ihe rules of distribution. You will deposit your savings at the bank on which the l check is drawn. When you deposit $4.50 you will also deposit the check and you will then receive a deposit certificate which will draw interest as long as it remains on deposit. One applicant in each family is entitled .to t take advantage of this offer provided some member of the family is a sub scriber to the Daily Bulletin and is paid two months in advance. Per- sons not subscribers to this paper wishing to take advantage of this of- fer may do so by becoming a sub- scriber and paying two months in advance. Offer Expires Aug. I. j

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 31 July 1907

OID NOT ME A SHOT Why Thousands of Indians Melt- ed Away Before Forty Men. Our Reputation For making the bestBread in Brownwood is supported; by Houston $5.35 Special train with through cars and Sleeper leaves 6.20 p. m. Aug.-3rd. Phone 37 for in- formation. On sale Au limit Aug. 5th. A STORY OF PIONEER DAYS. BLOOD SUBSTITUTE. thy Saline Solution Is Sometimes In jected Into the Veins. Occasionally In cases of Eerious rounds where there has been great Hoes of blood the published reports !ttate that "saline solution" was in jected Into the veins to supply the de- ficiency. The average reader however. has a very vague if any idea how a solution of salt takes the place of blood. 2s ot to go into a complete analysis of the blood it is sutlicieut to note 'that of 1000 parts 7S0.15 is composed of water albumen GC parts sodium and potassium S.o71 coloring matter f supplied by the red blood corpuscles) 33 leaving only some 12 parts to be composed of fibrin fat. calcium and magnesium etc. Whe...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 31 July 1907

I' ZOE IX IVe Must Unload MM r . - ft Dr. Parris the first last and only Osteopathic physician in Brown County. Phone 56S d&wtf. Judge Brumfieldand wife went to Blanket to attend the-pionio Tuesday.- Caft phone 164 Browmvood iSvim Food Dairy. 5 ' Mie8-- Carrie Reeves of ;Tedie returned home this mora iaj4flep day fcpentm the city. Gharecai at Looney's groc ty MeCracken and family oxaed from m visit tv a Victoria iUid Teropie umbrellas at Looney :s Mi. Annie L. Holland and hor.&tteet Miss Morelle spent Tuesday at the anniversary pic- nic at Blanket. If your eyes trouble you see Dr. Winters over Brooke Smith Bank. Some fine farms n the Brown- wood country at bargain prices. ' Chambers Commission Co. Sam. Parks and his father W. C. Parks left this morning for Mineral Wells. :fTbe best assorted stock screen doors in Brownwood tooaeys Hardware. of at Mrs. A. S. Owen of San Marcos is in the city on a visit to her son Bd win who is soda water dispenser at McMinn's fount. . W iiave ...

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