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

I Ml BBBBBBBi IW BBBBBBBBBBBBBBB1 HI Lampassas and Return County Fair rand Races $30 On sale Aug. 6tbhd 7th Limit Aug. 9th. W. A PIQUED BONIFACE. MslHiac ami a Costly Diih That Ha Did Nat Eat. Among the most absentminded of faoiuses was the French composer tfellhac. On the occasion of the first presentation of one of his operas Mell- hac In evening dress entered a fash- ionable restaurant and threw himself down at a table thinking earnestly about the event of the evening and aothlng else. A waiter brought him a menu. Meil- iac a man of very simple tastes in the matter of food abstractedly Indi- cated with his finger the first dish on the bill that his eye had struck. Now It chanced that this was the most elab- orate and costly dish on the bill and when the waiter went to the kitchen with the order there was In conse- quence great commotion there. The proprietor himself was summoned and he and the principal chef devoted them- selves to the preparation of the famous dish. One man was ...

Publication Title: Daily Bulletin, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 6 August 1907

We Of a good selection of light weight Dress goods and an increasing de- mand for the same. We are selling lots of things these days at a reduced price because we are advised that our fall goods will be shipped at an early date. This means we must make room. If you can use anything in our store it will pay you to come and inspect our stock and prices. We know it will be to your profit as well as pleasure. Dr. Farris the first last and only Osteopathic physician in Brown County. Phone 568. d&wtf. . Dr. Earl Bell and wife return- ed today from a three days visit to Galveston. Call on Smith Lafield for up- kolsterine. d252 John Anderson is spending a few days at Galveston having gone there on the excursion rates. Some fine Drooerties on Fisk street for sale Commission Co. by Chambers Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Smith re- turned from Galveston this morning where they enjoyed a three days visit. "Mothers Bread" all mothers like it. Made and sold by Brownwood Bakery. Joe McCall of Brady wsb in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 7 August 1907

LJTfl T1A V LH II I l MAT" Two god. lots in Valley Vlw AdditiM price $100.00 each. Cagjr -Ttra&s. B.B. HBNLBY &C iOWNWOOD. TEXAS WEDNESDAY AUGUST 7 1907. NO. i- ' li.' at ImMTTTi t V ner-. V . - ess $tf Pa mho WHIU3 to ILh Crk. oo4(pople are dais big pionio tomorrow. ph oplihsTe arrarig. Jfftmu and will hava plwdid basket din- iicant lots for ft bdrr kit. Commiss sale on Co. Clif Jfciner 6VTom Ervin anfcrtampam today to wit- te horse race. and Brushes. Our line of-Combs and Brushes cannotibe equaled in all rowhwood. We make a .specialty of high grade godds arid our guar- antee -foes "frith every sale. Hair Brushes. Tooth brushes Nailbrush And CamtNE. .4 lal'iP this prettyline before vou li rnirnimi mug tu. SHOT WIFE AND SUICIDED H. L Twyman Plays Principal Role in Trag- edy Enacted Near Santa Fe Depot. MAN IS EAD WOMAN IS WOUNDED Twyman Arrived on the Morning Santa Fe and Went Immedi- ately to House and Shot. His Wife Then Turned the Gun on Himself. Woman Will Recover. A ter...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 7 August 1907

-V- 20 Per Cent Cash t r EMPIRE FURNITURE CO. - 4 '4 A ; t t 'J i Will allow 20 per cent discount for cash purchases during their AUGUST CLEARING SAtE. The entire stock included excep or 5 lines of fac- tory priced goods on which there is no discount i egins Aig. 5th Closes Sept. 1st. EMPIRE FURNITURE CO. B The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors. Entered at the Browrrwood PostofBce as Second Class Mail Matter. Smbtcription Per Month 50c WILL H. MAYES Managing Editor fl. F. MAYES Business Manager. C. A. TUNNELL City Editor. B. C. SEITZ Daily Circulator. E. E. KIRKPATRICK Associate Editor. W. R. DULA. Foreman Mech. Dept. W 1 1 JUST IDLING AWAY TIME. It is often said and truthfully too that it is impossible to get competent laborers to do the ordinary work in Brownwood though the prices for labor are high. It is discouraging to un- dertake any work especially farm work because of this scarcity of help. But let a dog fight take place on the street or a team run away and i...

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

naeeeeeeeeeeeeenw snaeeeeasn liiJIK J aensnaeaamdw nanaml L o JSh- anM nnnsmma . UnnSmma ' BV ' onmsmsmsmi m. nv v; BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBm rm m m . - t 1 I I i w -O t j m J9 r M - n. sssssl K Perfectly at ase 44 771(171 must fed ihat his smsnm o -are. is above fafftwre's anythingwrong he has an idea that wvery- l V O body must see it IF YOU Here you'U never have the slightest doubt as to iheir 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. The Place of Quality gj..j.a' .sVB B.sVB.BVB BVBV.B.B.B .S Workinf for Fair. Sexa-etary G. H. Ingram of the Central Texts Fair Association left thwnwrniiig for GoWthwaite awISan Saba where he will ar- with the citizens of both to take part in the big t at Brownwood in KoYem- ber S. San Saba especially k ex- pected to bring some excellent exhibits both agricultural and live. Get a free sample of Dr. Shoop's Health Cotee" at our store. I...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 7 August 1907

Quality and Price Talk. That is the reason so many ing fast but we want new goods have taken advantage of the special prices offered the past week for next spring and are determined not to carry any of these goods Our summer goods are all go- over if prices will move them. OUR LOSS YOUR GAIN Ladies' Slippers. Any $3.50 Slippers - $2.95 " 3.00 " . - -2.40 " 2.50 - - 1.85 " 2.00 " - - 1.60 ONLY A FEW LEFT. One lot Tans $300 D 0 Qfl and $3.50 Slippers - Q) L . 0 U t One lot Tan Slippers - $1.50 DON'T FORGET TO SEE THESE One table ladies sandals and colo- nial ties sizes 2 1-2 to 4 regular $2.00 to $3.50 values Jj I flfl at per pair - - (J) I UU One table misses sizes 9 to l 75c Child's Slippers grade 95c li50 grade $1.30 Misses Slippers $1; 50 grade. . . . .lj.30 1.75 and 2.00.... -1140 White Goods. One lot Embroidered Swiss J Qv regular 75 grade . . tO One lot Embroidered Swiss Q Q r regular 50c grade " :. . . 00 One lot Dotted Swiss reg- fi Q r ular 35c grade . . . ' . . Cm 0 One lot...

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

-Of -.-JUDGING- A BANK 1 4; 1 . f" i1 Officers: 1 F 1 ft 1 'VI A REPORTED SALE Rumor Th&t Houston & Brazos .Valley Has Changed Hands. JACKSON IS NON-COMMITTAL FKx Jacksea Who Arrived Here This Merwag Will Neither Deay Nor Ceafirm the Reported Sale. r. uenx JacKspn presiaent the Houston Brazos Valley ilromd with headquarters at Velasco arrived in Brownwood this morning over the Frisco having just returned from an extended trip to StLouispoints in Georgia.Tennessee and North- ern Texas. Mr. Jackson when asked for a statement concern- ing the reported sale of his road to the Yoakum interests would make no committal and neither denied or confirmed the report He said that his company was doing fine and that Velasco was destined to be the greatest port on the Gulf. In speaking of the recent big fire at Velasco Mr. Jackson said that it entailed an irrepairable loss as the big hotel which was burned had been erectedjat a cost of one million dollars at a time n a big syndicate was pr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 7 August 1907

Si Lampassas and Return County Fair and Races $3.0O .Omsale Aug. Gth and 7th - Limit Aug 9th. W. Curw Tetter Eczema Itch (all kinds) Dew Poison Pimples Ring worm Skin Eruptions Chap- ped Faces and Hands Sore Sweatty Swollen DONT SCRATCH nOOPtRSTETTER I. URE. CURES ALL-IN "HAND f OCT AND : -Blistered Feet. TROUBLES Cotton Pickers f DEATH TO RED BUG NUREGURE f ruMiNtM. Pick 14 More Cotton by Using It For Sale by CAMP-BELL DRUG CO. I I CfMERB is no fairer country - or more delightful climate on earth than that of Colorado daring the heated term. 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. IK 1 4 The entire State is a mass of picturesque scenery affording en endless delight to tfyose who are interested in the sublime vagaries of Nature for in Colo- rado Nature seems to have ex- hausted herself in ike produc- tion of tle sub...

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

P 1 We Are Happy in The Pcgsessiom raw n Of a niaiul for the same. We are selling lots oi things uiese nays ai nrice because we are advised that our fall goods will be shipped date. This means we store it will pay you to come and inspect our stock it will be to your profit as well as pleasure. Some fine properties on Fisk street for sale by Chambers Commission Co. Ed G. fHall and C. A. Tunnell went to Lampasas today to enjoy the big races there "Mothers Bread'' all mothers like it. Made and sold by Brownwood Bakery. Otho Elliott was a passenger on the east bound Santa Fe to Lampasas this morning. We have some valuable prop erty on Mellwood Avenue. Chambers Commission Co Trainmaster A. J. Johnson of the San Angelo branch of the Santa Fe spent yesterday and to- day in the city. If you want a home of any kind see Chambers Commission Co. Mr. and Mrs. Hert E. Green nf DnllflR toJII nrrivft in tho city tonight for a visit to Mr. Green's homefolKS J.W. Green and family. If your eyes troubl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 8 August 1907

DAILY BULLETIN. Two good lota in Valley View Addition price $100.00 each. Easy Ternw. E.B. HENLEY & CO. inn. nrt.lNl MPh. wilt rwww e. B. HENLEY CO. 70L. 7. BROWNWOOD. TEXAS THURSDAY AUGUST 8 i-h7. NO. 253 1- t II J1 fS Boy Fell From Tree. The little son of Mr. and Mrj. E. H. Lake who live at the Arthur Low place in Coggin Ad- dition fell from a tree this morn- ing while at play with several companions and was painfully hurt. The boy struck the ground on his head and was rendered unconscious for some time. H. H. Negus and wife returned last night from a honeymoon spent in Colorado. They will have rooms at the residence of Marshall Smith. I Combs and Brushes. Our line of Combs and Brushes cannot be equaled in all Brownwood. We make a specialty of high grade goods and our guar- antee goes with every sale. Hair Brushes. Tooth brushes Nail brushes. And Combs. See this pretty line before you y anywhere else. McHinn Drug Co. TWO MORE COUNTIES San Saba and Mills Counties Will Participa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 8 August 1907

20 Per Cent Cash 20 EMPIRE FURNITURE CO. Will allow 2 per cent discount for cash purchases during their AUGUST CLEARING SJJLE. The entire stock included except 4 or 5 lines of fac- tory priced goods on which there is ho discount. 1 B egins Avig. 5th Closes Sept. 1st. EMPIRE FURNITURE CO. The Daily Bulletin MAYK8 PRINTING CO. Propa. Entered at the Brown wood Postoffice as Second-Class Mail Matter Will H. Mayes Managing Editor H. F. Mayes Business Manager. C A Tunnell City Editor. E. E. KlRKP atr Ick Asso. Ed. W. R Ddia Foreman Mech. ept. E C. Seitz Dally Circulator.. Qub-acription per Month 50c Thursday Aug. 8 1907. BR00KESMITH. Crops are looking fine in our part of the country but a good rain would be welcome to farm- ers now. Our little city goes steadily on improving the new gin is almost complete and a twelve hundred dollar cottage is to be -built at once and when completed will be occupied by the Rev. Jas. Wright Mr. Joe Nunley has the contract of building. The lum- ber is on th...

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

::::: 3t 1 1 1 1 1 I ' ' ' i ' i :: o:o: doooooooooo:?:?. 9 '' ' ' '' ' ' ' 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 t. 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. The Place of Quality J A Blacfcsbear. l ne iriace oi xguamj the man's outfitter. O ft 0 9. ft '::::::::::::.: :: :::::::::::: nooooooooooo wGeneral News ! ijfrooo.ooooooooo Governor Hoke Smith has signed the Georgia prohibition bill. Walter M'Cracken was res- cued from a lynching party by the Cleveland (Ohio) police. Yanks Jfeters.a negro charged " ' with assault was all but lynched by a mob at Coniver N. C. J An indictment was returned eleven o'clock his. dead body was found hanging to a tree in front of the jail. Mrs. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 8 August 1907

When You Consider the Quality Of goods handled by Looney Mercantile Company you cannot help being startled at the pttccs quoted in Wednesday's daily. It is no longer a question of profit with us we must reduce the Summer stock in order to have .room for the Fall stock we are buying. Our building is not large enough to carry over a lot of Summer goods and permit us to carry the Fall and Winter stock we are compelled to handle to supply the trade That is why we make these unusual sacrifices. Bring Wednesday's daily with you and be convinced LOONEY MERCANTILE COMPANY The Home of High Grade Merchandise. The Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY 1 Proprietors. Entered at the Brownwood. Postoffice as Second Class Mail Matter. abecription Per Month 50c WILL H. MAYES Managing Editor. H. P. MAYES Business Manager. C. A. TUNNELL. City Editor. C. SEITZ Daily Circulator. E.E. KIRKPATRICK Associate Editor. W. R. DULA. Foreman Mech. Dept. A GOOD SUGGESTION. The Alabama Press Association after spe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 8 August 1907

' I . SOME " SUGGESTIONS. A short cut to fortune through speculation ruins ninety per cent of those who start on that trail. Honest work and an account in this bank will bring success. The system of savings conducted by this bank is easy comprehensive and practical and has demonstrated itself to those who have adopted it. A checking account is not a hobby. It facilitates the transaction of your business and the keeping of your accounts and besides gives you business standing. The policy of this bank is to be strong; 'to be liberal; to be prompt; to serve our customers well and truly; to grant as generous terms as are con- sistent with sound banking. issue certificates of deposit. DEFEND PANAMA CANAL Almirante Bay Is Likely to be Made a Naval Rendezvous and Coaling Station. Washington Aug. 4. The Navy department is- completing a work which may have an im- portant bearing on the general plan of defense of the Panama Canal. The final chart work incidental to the survey of Almirante "Ba...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 8 August 1907

Lampassas anff Return County Fair and Races $3.00 On sale Aug. 6th and 7th Limit Aug 9th. W. On the Winf . "We are now in the great oiy of Ft. "Worth. Was oalled here by B. D. Tandy of Tandy's Depot college who wrote us 10 come and enjoy the business session of the Farmers State Union that convened fit Lake Como Tuesday. A oheck was enclosed covering the ound. trip. Mr. Tandy has an au'.omatio transmitter whioh 13 a curosity to a country lad Jika your humble scribe wind it up and it despatches messages l;ke a man. I'll give k synopsis or part of the report submitted to the State Union by State lecturer and or- 'ganizer D.J. Nell viz: There CT'HERB is no fairer country or store delightful climate on earth lkan thM of Colorado during the heated term. m Hundreds of places of interest to the sight-seer engage his at- tention and interest him tehUe at the same time he is fanned by cooling breezes rich in life- giving ozone fresh from the realms of perpetual snow. 4 The entire State is a ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 8 August 1907

1 r ifof Weather Necessities You ought to try to be as comfortable as possible during this weather. Your wants have all been antici- pated at our store and you should remember that our prices are reduced to make way for those new goods on the way. 1 j Ik Rog Dry Goods Co it IE ox A J IE J . Some fine properties on Fisk street for sale by Chambers Commission Co. J. F. Renfro was a passenger on the East Bound Santa Fe last night. "Mothers Bread"all mothers like it. Made and sold by Brownwood Bakery. Sam Whitten and Bob Mitohell have returned from a fifteen days trip to California and Colorado. We have some valuable prop- erty on Mellwood Avenue. Chambers Commission Co.! Miss Estelle Underwood of Bal- . linger arrived in the city last mzht for a visit to friends and "relatives. If you want a home of any Irind see Chambers Commission Co. H. T. "Williams returned this morning from England where he spent the summer. If your eyes trouble you see Dr. "Winters over Brooke Smith 3ank. Our Col...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 9 August 1907

DAILY BULLETIN. j. 11' Acres of ie Land All im raltivatloe is Flak Itfd near town. Price Can rire terns. How does tWi strike Ion? E.B. H1NLEY CO And lot well locate dose is. i $1750.00 iasy o it.r E. B.HENLEY & CO. r BROWNWOOD. TEXAS. FRIDAY. AUGUST 9 J 907. NO. 254 . 1 ' a ENGINEER ARRIS - 141 Good Horses Coming. The Bulletin received a tele- phone message from Lampasas this morning which stated that ' cf T c . ' u r 4U u. i . lumcr.wuw engineer u" 7. UU1 ui of the Waco-Brownwood. attendance at the fair would be shipped to Brownwood today nnnnn nniinrnu rnnu FivB good horses came up y ester- unUDu uUUNlnT rnUm ftnbU I -1 a tt In rha lrf. nnminrp lf;il V. "ninmnnI 1J 4.1 i I will uc asiaujuuu. vjr uuoui "UB U.j.i.tj . . . ' . ' Made Tnp in Eigkt Days and Look- Laawau i iuimiiK uuree m ine d Over the Countrv Witk View to fcate. j Selectiag the Best Route. i II Mrs. j. F. Manlev and ckil-' Stephen Turner chief engineer dren left this morniner for a vis. i of the Waco. Hamilton and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 9 August 1907

20 Per Cent Cash 1 EMPIRE FURNITURE CO. Will allow 20 per cent discount for cash purchases during their AUGUST CLEARING SALE. The entire stock included except 4 or 5 lines of fac- tory priced goods on which there is no discount. egins Aig. 5th Closes EMPIRE FURNITURE CO. Sept. 1st The Daily-Bulletin MAYES PRINTING CO.. Props. Satered at the Brownwood Postoffice as Second-Class Mail Matter Will H. Mayxs Managing Editor H. F. Mayes Business Manager. C A. Tunnkli. City Editor. E. E. Kixkpatrick Asso. Ed. W. B.. Duxa Foreman Mech. Dept. E. C. SEITZ Dally Circulator. THE LAMPASAS FAIR. mbacriptioQ per Month 50c Friday Aug. 9 1907. A Majestic Parly. Little Miss Irene Hughes and Master Worth Butler entertained a few of their friends on yester-1 day afternoon with a Majestio party whioh was quite a treat to the ohildren. They met at their home and went to the Majeetio after which they returned and ipent a short time in play. Pretty new 4 room house and good lot on Brady Avenue. Just complet...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 9 August 1907

( 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. O o m o . 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. 0f o r J A Blackshear The rlace ot ytiaiity the man's outfitter. 11o:9::::;.'.. BEGLftREDFORGERY Jury in Ed Green WUl Case Ren- der an Emphatic decision. VERY INTERESTING CASE Newt Greens and Walter Coasts Were Twe Principal Witnesses For the Will Declared Forgery. '!We the jury find that the will dated May 7th 1906 is forged.'"' Such was the verdict rendered today by the jury in the Ed Green will case wherein! Mrs. Mollie Green of Tennessee attempted to probate a will claimed to be genuine and which cave her considerable portion of the Green estate valued at $25- jyy. I The case h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Bulletin — 9 August 1907

u If e Daily Bulletin MAYES PRINTING COMPANY Proprietors. Iti " " -..&'-' 'I Sntered at the Brownwood Postoffice as Second Class Mail Matter. Subscription Per Month 50? WILL H. MAYES Managing- Editor a. F. MAYES Business Manager. C. A. TUNNELL. City Editor t C. SEITZ Daily Circulator. E. E. KIRKPATRICK Associate Editor. W. R. DULA Foreman Mech. Dept. THE ONLY KNOCKER. Prom the hundreds of the reports of the Texas Farmers Con- gress contained in the newspapers of the state the only criticism the Bulletin has seen has come from the Southwestern Parmer a paper published at Houston and edited by Stanley Watson. Of course the congress is hardly as perfect in all its working details as Mr. Watson could make it but there are thousands of farmers who can see testify to the benefits to be derived from the organi- zation. It would at least be more becoming under the peculiar circumstances known to those acquainted with Stanley's aspera- tions if he cant see his way clear to boost to at le...

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