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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 3 August 1907

4 -Mfs BULLETIN -Room House Hall aad Bath teloee in well located frice $1750.00. Terms. E. B.HENLEY & CO. Oee43i term $200.0 cash. ftmts per aMath. E.B. HENLEY & CO I VOL. 7. BROWfoWOOD. TEXAS SATURDAY AUGUST 3 1907. NO. 249 III I: u 1 M In f id If; l ift D r J w I i H i BOY'S ARM BROKEN. at BITTEN BY SPIDER Tumbled Out of a Wags While . Play WKh Other ChU4rea. r Dewey the f six year old son ofMrs. Brown who lives in east Brownwobd happened to a very painful accident on Thursday afternoon. He was playing with other children in the yard and was riding in a little wagon which was being pulled over a storm house embankment in the yard. The wagon turned over with the lad and in the fall his arm was broken about the elbow and the elbow dislocated inflict- ing serious and painful wounds. A fire alarm was turnedn for the Santa Fe rnd. house late yesterday afternoon when the pipes and hose'on the oil tank on the engine burned. By the time the department responded the round house cre...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 3 August 1907

m ;4 1ms is the Last Day For you to take advantajbf special prices made on all Summer goods atooney Mercantile Co. If- you have seen the values we are offering you havenissed a treat. It is without doubt the greatest reduction ever made on high grade seasonable merchandise. A great manv Mfee visited the store with no intention of bu&ng. only to see what was being: offered without a single exception after seeing the pces and considering the quality of goods have wound up bmajkipga -nice purcfwl v ftwt i Mr m r.t fh only 75 cents and $1.00. ! - . 1 Looneii Mercantile company e Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors. Entered at the Brownwood Postoffice as Second Class Mail Matter. rtion Per Month 4 : 50c Sat M WrLL H. MAYES Managing Editor. S. F. MAYES Business Manager. C. A. TUN NELL City Editor. JB. C. SEITZ Daily Circulator. E. E. KIRKPATRICK Associate Editor. W. R. DULA. Foreman Mech. Dept. BUILDING FOR THE FUTURE. While on a trip of observation through the east this...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 3 August 1907

f -i J -A 1 - -- -- B b '4 7 i sr. mm. : ;! t..'.'.'.'. The "Man from Kahn" in town Today. e ;:::::::::::.: ;: :::::::::::: CTYLISH well made perfect fitting clothes are brought within reach of all men through means ot the semi-annual visit of the "Man from Kahn.'' His thorough instructions received at the hands of our head cutter and designer qualify him to measure you accu- rately and give you authoritative suggestions on style. He la equipped with full sample lengths of our entire Fall show ing; of Woolens w hich you are most cordially Invited to inspect during; his short stay here. The class of tailoring afforded by Kahn Bros. (incor- porated) Tailors Louisville Ky. is of the highest order styles the most advanced - and service the promptest. Don't miss the opportunity to get your Fall clothes. Have your measure taken NOW PRICES NO MOKE NOR LESS THAN ENOUGH TO MAKE THEM RIGHT. J. A. BLACKS HEAR Brownwood Texas. Gents' Furnishings. Next to Crown Hotel Our clothes are cut to your ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 3 August 1907

;-f 1.1 i er Cent EMPIRE FVRNIWRE CO. lash 20 If 1 11 I. I.;. Jtj Will allow 20 per cent dicount for cash purchases during their AUGUST CJjLEaRINCt SAjLE. The entire stock included except 4 or 5 lines of fac- tory priced goods on which there is no discount. File Daily Bulletin HAYES PRINTING CO.. Prous. v Entered at the Brownwood Postotfice as Second-Class Mail Matter. H. Mayks Managing Editor "H.-F. Mayes Business Manager. C A. TONNEI.L City Editor. E. E. Kirkpatrick Asso. Ed. W. R. Dula Foreman Mech. Dept. E C. Seitz Dally Circulator. Subtcription per Month 50c Saturday Aug. 3 1907. ALL OVER THE HOUSE. .Carotene Useful In Various Ways Ejpmestic Economy. Kerosene oil is a great help to 'loosen dirt used in various ways It is good for cleaning an iron sink. If the children's hands are stuck up with balsam or wagon grease try rubbing them with a rag wet in ker- osene before applying soap and wa- ter. If they get wagon grease on their clothes a little' soap and kero- lene will take it...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 3 August 1907

is "It Pays." A gentleman who never used a bankand savs he doesn't want to. was. nffprptf th frJlrw questions to solve: Whv ;D ?4- fkr- 1 i.; j . . I ;.t "j w u uiab mc laige corpurauons deposit an tneir re- ottpts from day to day in the bank and pay all their obligations from the smallest to the largest amounts with checks on the barik? Why is it that all successful merchants find it not only con- venient but necessary to keep a bank account? If there is a bet- ter way they would fina it but there is not. . Why is it that thousands of the most progressive people (n The Brown wood National Bank. the world keep their money in the bank and check it out as it is needed? Why is it that these conditions not only continue but are growing each year? . J The gentleman answered: "Why it must pay.". We are well prepared to take care of our customers in every detail and solicit your consideration. Your Banking Business is Respectfully Solicited. Officers and Directors : T. C. YANTIS President ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 3 August 1907

I ..1 1 v 4..' .1-. ;lit--'-'i't; Y ' . 4 1 - "4 ft 3 SLiie rime hit J' j cooling breezes n giving ozone fresh frealms of perpetual & q The entire Slate is a picturesque scenery af? an endless delight to tfyos. arc interested in the sub. vagaries of Mature for in Coh rado Nature seems to have c hausled bersclf in tre prod Hon ofthc sublime and beaut if q The lofty peaks of the fax famed ztipckics forming th. Continental Divide loicersky mhard and stretch atcay snoit .r . WRITEAJ.CUSSONGENER FOR -i - ml it "M Jr1 You Get Money spent with The Bulle and that not many days after. 1 largest pay roll of any newspaper Fort Worth. The bulletin not a and its columns to every public ent( helps too. Name another enterpris does as much for the welfare of the( the bulletin in proportion to its ab; 't r y y . We Want Our -itiffiy-Vi: Advertisers Know That Our List of Subscribers is Growing all the Time. '' Ik: Vi And that isn't all. We are working every day to make it We are not satis- tied. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 3 August 1907

n i i i alveston Oh sale Aug. 3rd VOL J yd of Brotherhood. Was FJ j to be the subjeot of a sermon to men Sunday it the Austin Avenue Pree ian Ohurch A oordial in pinion is given not only to men it to everybody. Evangelistic eongB will be used. Service be- gins at S:30 sharp. Be on time. S. PARK pastor. Mothers Bread" all mothers! like it. Made and Sold fby Brownwood JBakcrv. " Chambers . has houses to rent. several nice For I 1 I A lot of old lumber sheet iron ! stone and Jfvick from an old building EMPIRE FURNITURE CO. MMMftMMftftHftftHM M m m m M M M M M X M X x X x x x x x GO r our way . The Very Best X M x x x x x x X x C. W ' STRAIN G P. Mil m m b xx iiiBifi T'HERB is no fairer country or more delightful climate on eartfi than tliat of Colorado during the bleated term. q Hundreds of places of interest 'to the sightseer engage his at' tendon 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....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 3 August 1907

w.mm You Are Losing Money You Can't Afford It. e r 5 J I lit tvw II .Vr. u m fV mm Tie When you fail to improve the opportunity now of- fered to buy any kind of Summer "goods at the prices we are making even if you don't need the goods now it is economy to buy and keep until you do need them. i You can't afford to buy before you see the price re- ductionLwe armaking. All Summer Dress Goods are included ilJBfns "sale. We must make room But you must hurry if you want choice of our goods. i Ik. Rogers 21 Dry Goods Go. J Dr. Farris the first last and Only Osteopathic physician in Brown County. Phone 56. .d&wtf. E. C. Harrell Jr. returned last night from a two months visit with relatives in Lubbook Texas. R. L. McGaugh and wife are spending a few days at Galveston this week. Do you want a home on Hand street if so we can supply you. Chambers Commission Co. G. A. McHutchan and wife "were numbered among the ex cursionists to Galvcsto n this morning. Prescriptions Post card hunters para...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 5 August 1907

DAILY BULLETIN. Two good lots in Valley View Addition price $100 00 each. Eaajr Terms. E. B. HENLEY" & CO. E.B. HENLEY & CO VOL. 7. BROWNWOOD. TEXAS MONDAY AUGUST 5 1907. NO. 250 r 1 1 1 s i-wl m II 1 n Wm MAN FOUND were told that the man . was ) knocked in the head before he was thrown into th'e water. The item was received here too late to get particulars. . Was Floating in Lake Concho at San Angelo. J Dogs Were Shipped. HAS BEEN DEAD FOR DAYS i Sheriff Emison received a message this morning which fv;w. ; Ti. m rv j c. j ! states that the blood .hounds he Evidence Show. That Man Died Stand- ' . t . . ing on Hi. Head in the Water- j bought from the penitentiary Body Cannot be identified. ! at Rusk were shipped by ex press from that place yesterday Train men who came from San Angelo this morning state that on last night a dead body was found floating in the water at Lake Concho. The body was taken out and carried to the un- dertaker's establishment but when examined trje was...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 5 August 1907

1 frk ' i-ii "i . u ' 1 - r bifir bonfire tb Vj$ uner it. It 'ter tK enraged --ed the big au- d the mem-. Live Up to Your Advertising refused to fui conveyance y to -f u 4 That is the motto of the Looney Mercantile Co. When we advertise special prices the people of Brownwood and surrounding country know that it is a saving to take advantage of them. That is why so many visited our store the past week and went away satisfied with their purchases. We quoted prices in Monday's and Tuesday's daily and posted several of the lists over the store so as to make no mistake and comply strictly with the advertised price. This sale has in every detail proved a success. We have decided to continue it through another week. The Summer goods must go. On Wednesday we will quote a revised list of prices. Don't fail to see them. v.- J . t Looney Mercantile company The Home of High Grade Merchandise. The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors. Entered at the Brownwood Postoffice as Second Cl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 5 August 1907

l 1 A. i n. Kahn i : 8 Mwavs Today CTYLISH well made perfect fitting clothes are brought within reach of all men through means of the semi-annual visit of the "Man from ' Kahn." His thorough instructions received at the hands of our head cutter and designer qualify him to measure you accu- rately and give you authoritative suggestions on style. He Is equipped with full sample lengths of our entire Fall showing of Woolens which you are most cordially Invited to inspect during his short stay he rev The class of tailoring afforded by Kahn "Bros. '(incor- porated) Tailors Louisville Ky. is of the highest order styles the most advancedand service the promptest. Don't miss the opportunity to get your Fall clothes. Have your measure taken NOW. PRICES NO MORE NOR LESS THAN ENOUOH TO MAKE THEM RIQHT. J. A. BLACKS HEAR Brownwood Texas Gents' Furnishings Next to Crown Hotel Our clothes are cut to your exact measurement and tail- ored to conform to YOUR figure. That is why they are called TAILO...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 5 August 1907

V 20 Cash lis ITURE GO. i Per 8 M EMPIRE Will allow r SRS per ceuf tfliscouiBt fs eissls purchases during their AUGUST CliEARO SALE. The e!BfIse stock iesdiMied except 4 or Hues of fac tory priced goods on which there is no discount Closes EMPIRE.- FU: TUB Z33ZES2 O0OOOOOOO4'OO0OO'fr0O4'O04O4'0vO'It0vOOv04'O4'O o o o 4 o r c o THROUGH OLD ; MEXICO H. L. B. Skinner Writes of His r Trip to the City. . ; r O;H5OOQOOi-0':-.tt I OOOinb&bitarrts tpnea&n largest coati ly of MexinsSpaTiiarde few hundred Amemiic : Hi olimate here is Memti'vih town.heing abouioCKp fet ab3.v. sea-level: I founliifc1iiioeflheiiiei here much dryer andjiuaore brac- ing than in an otlipr- paH of the republic Saltilloiis 4oted for its "fine churches and cathedral? j one of the oldest catiedrals be it :LtlC C lot tco.'CUy ite Sirred to uakp myf ttol itled bodysjm torej -fdi&n iiJ-jMkitUi: and io-thje the great loupe arid lheJ greatest it; isi:rao.s ".American! 1 i ' !: : i . J In ffsy any .4tfter; tai Ha...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 5 August 1907

r I ' l J1--A. BASTK... .. r - Officers and Direciors: li : I n mn El mm THROUQH OLD MEXICO (Continued from page 4) wood arriving here four days later. As we entered Mexioo we were not mole3ted by the inspeotion officers but on our return things were quite different as at New Laredo which is the first town after crossing the Rio Grande we were stopped by the Mexican of n i j trunk were inspected thoroughly. . . .. .. This same happened again as we reaohed. the Teias side making t 7 CI 1 two inspections on leaving the mtry and practically none on Itering. For reoreation 6ight: ig and education I can re-' linen d this trip and will also itaMf that I believe that if vou ake the trip that you will it as pttsud as I. was to reach .the Lone j&tar State. 1 the votes cast in I the sippi Democratlic primary Thursday arev canvassed eek by the designated offi- e result of thfe senatorial i t will to a certain extent in in doubt. Complete un- ial returns received by sev- il sources show a (...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 5 August 1907

m I r B gfw 14 . w n.i THE CYCLONE nnr rinimiin IT on II f in v a iwwii v l ul u u mi h vni i Railroa Responsi By United States Senator RAYNER of Maryland. 80ME of the leading railroad presidents and officers in the country are to blame for all this trouble. They are agitators and THEY AEE THE MEN WHO ARE RESPONSI- BLE FOR THE PRESENT CONDITION OF AF- FAIRS. Neither the president of the United States nor congress deserves the slightest degree of censure. The leading officers of these railroads have made hundreds of -millions of dollars by TRICKS OF FINANCIAL JUGGLERY with the railroads they represent treating them as their otoi property to aggrandize their fabulous -wealth and they are responsible to their "Bondholders and their stockholders for the disasters that are now upon m. It is a frenzy of the frenzied financiers that has caused the trouble. THESE RAILROAD MANIPULATORS MUST BE BROUGHT TO AY AND WHEN THEY ARE MADE TO REALIZE THAT THE ARE THE SERVANTS AND NOT THE MASTERS OF TH...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 5 August 1907

r t 'Bbjj ' " ' ' ' lEjjTJlSSSSJ There s to Be No Let up ' . fl r .Dr. Farris the first last and only Osteopathic physician in Brown Gounty. Phone 568. d&wtf. Banker P. W. Henderson of Brady spent yesterday in the city. Miss Bessie Hill is visiting in Bangs this week. J. A. Henley is home from a business trip to San Antonio. Do you want a home on Hand street if so we can supply you. Chambers Commission Co. i?ale Glenn of Granbury was in the city for a few hours this morning on his way to Brady. Harry Blair of Dublin spent yesterday in the city the guest of his mothers D. R. Blair returned last night from a very pleasant visit to his father at Bonham Texas. W. E. Fletcher of the Bulletin force spent Saturday and Sunday in San Angelo on business for the Bulletin. Miss Gertrude Wetzell and Mercer Moody spent yeterday at Comanche as guests of Miss Wetzell's parents. We have vacant lots for sale all over the city. . Chambers Commiss on Co. Mrs. Jane Murray is here on a visit to her d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 6 August 1907

A few latt in Bailey Ad- dition 16500 cek. . 1. B. HBNLWrV C. fcl-Two.forii la VatkjrfYtew ' A&ktito price $lf0.f Tense. i.b. fMNunrco. V.VY VOL. 7. BROWNWOOD. TEXAS TUESDAY AUGUST 6 1907. NO. 251 1 BULLETIN. A STAHOPiPE SITE Hall BrocSUnd Raady to Donate OntothCity. IS NEAR ROUND MOUNTAIN AjU WMI Give Plenty f Elerattaa ta GmraatM FUw Riffkt f Way Hm iea DMto4. Irt Hall informs the Bulletin that Hall Bros. who own land south and adjoining round moun- tain stand ready and willing to donate land if the city will erect the stand pipe on a suitable site in that vicinity. The mountain Tangt on the Hall land is about mm uisu a jiwuiiu imumauu aiiUj is not a great ways further from ! the city and would make a very desirable site if the cost of pip- ing is not too great Mr. Hall farther said that a right of way ad already been donated to the ty and that there would be no ton that score. The way the mains are laid on Meiwood Avenue Hand Street Center Avenue and Brady Avenue make the mou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 6 August 1907

; - T7- j 4 "' 1 ' -. Live Up to Your Advertising. J it- That is the motto of the Looney Mercantile Co. When we advertise special prices the people oi Brownwood andsurrounding country know that it is a saving to take advantage of them. That is why so many visited our store the past week and went away satisfied with their purchases. We quoted prices in Monday's and Tuesday's daily and posted several of the lists over the store so as to make no mistake and comply strictly with the advertised price. This sale has in every detail proved a success. We have decided to continue it through another week. The Summer goods must go. On Wednesday we will quote a revised list of prices. Don't fail to see them. v y Looney Mercantile company The Home of High Grade Merchandise. I The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors. Entered at the Brownwood Postoffice as Second Class Mail Matter. abtcription Per Month . 50c WILL H. MAYES . Managing Editor. 3.; F. MAYES Business Manager. C. A. TUNNE...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 6 August 1907

4 V o o o o e o .o. o :::::::: 0:0: ::e:e:e:e:e:e:e:o:o:o:e 9 ft 4L TO BE Perfectly at Ease A man must feel that his attire is above suspicion. If he feels there's anything wrong he has an idea that every body must see it. IF YOU GET YOUR FURNISHINGS Here you'll never have the slightest doubt as to their correctness. Men who know always come here for their "fixings." They know that styles are always right qualities always good and prices always very moderate. Tie Place of Quality J' SJ?ar' THE MAN'S OUTFITTER. Bought Stable Back. -A Jerry Miller ho sold his I 1 tiiery .stable some watis ago Whas bo.ugfet the stable back and mi - 3 ai i : will conduct line o us meets heretofore. as Hay Fever sad Snamr CeMx. Victims jof Hay favar .will ax- tpariapoe .graat benefit by taking Foiayls Honey .and Tar aa.it sjopt difficult 'breathing immediately and heals the inflamed air paaa- agaf and even if it should fail to oure you it will give instant re- lief." The genuine is in a yellow package. C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 6 August 1907

f 20 Per Cent Cash 20 EMPIRE FURNITURE CO. Will allow 20 per cent discount for cash purchases during their AUCrUST CLEARING SALE. The entire stock included except 4t or 5 lines of fac- tory priced goods on which there is no discount. Begins Aig. 5tK Closer Sept 1st. TWO CHEERFUL LIARS. A Queer Cherry Tree and a Back Ac- lion Cannon Ball. Mr. Finlayson town clerk of Stirling la the latter part of the seventeenth caatury was noted for the marvelous am conversation. lie was on a visit to the Earl of Montelth and Airth in his castle of Taha on the loch of Monj teith and was about taking leave when he was asked by the earl wheth- er he had seen the sailing cherry tree. "No" said Finlayson. "What sort of a thing is It?" "It is" replied the earl "a tree that has grown ut of a goose's mouth from a stone the bird had swallowed and which she bears about with her In Teyages round the loch. It Is just at present In full fruit of the most exqui- site flavor. Jfow Finlayson" he add- ed "can you w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 6 August 1907

IW JUDGING A BANK Officers and Directors : T. C. YANTIS -PresideDt J. C. WEAKLEY 1st Vice Pres. i. A. WALKER 2nd Vice Pres. MILLARD K0MINES Cashier WM. B. TROSS. Asst. Cashier G. N. HARRISON H. T. WILLIAMS. riflSy??rs rJmembcr that capital and surplus give security to the depositor. Capiui and surplus form a fund 2??uv?tWeen the dePsits ant anv shrinkage in the assets held by the bank. The capital of this bank i is 5100000 and its surpluses $100000 a margin of safety that assures absolute security to those who der I posit money with THE BROWNWOOD NATIONAL BANK. This bank has money to loan at lowest I legitimate rates and assures its customers that they will be well taken care of in the future as in the past. This bank solicits business on fair terms and a. square deal. We issue certificates of deposit. k -' ... t The Brown wood National Bank. No Loans Due the Bank By Its Officers T I) Clay's Ready Wit. When Henry Clay was stumping Kentucky for re-election at one or his mass meetings...

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