Brownwood Bulletin. (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 9, No. 38, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 19, 1894 Page: 1 of 8
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BROWNWOOD TEXAS THTJRSDAT JULY 19 1894.
THIS KEY IS. NOT MADE OF f f I 1"
But it may be worth its weight in V-3 I U
-C O M F O FtT
During these long hot days lies in the ability to keep
THE SECRET OF COOLNESS
Lies in the quality and make-up of our large stock
of Summer Underwear and your pocket book.
m - ij t- r i i n i
mere is more suuu auMduiiuii anu icdi tii-iuunu
comfort to the square inch in our fine
BALBRIGGAN AND MUSLIN UMDERGARMENTS
Than in any other kind made. We have them in all
sizes for men and women. They are strictly HOT
WEATHER GOODS but I
Our Prices are freezing. .
You1 can never go astray if you buy goods from us.
One price to everybody and that price the very lowest. .
The Great Rush In Our Shoe Departments..-
During the last week shows how the people of.
Brownwood know a good thing when they see it.
To keep the ball rolling we place on pur bargain
counter for one week our entire stock of cross-bar lawns
good values at 10 c. to 30 c. per yard. Yours this week
at 5 c. to 20 c. per yard.
Like "Alladrn's Wonderful Lamp 5 '
this Key t
may be the Open Sesame"
PRESERVE THE TAG AND KEY IT HAS A CASH VALUE.
JOHN T. CREECtj.
TO THE PEOPLE.
The Merchant(?) who offers you
a staple article below cost in
order to catch your trade has let
his business run down and he does
' not deserve your patronage. Uni-
form low prices full weights and
measures this is what has gained
me the best trade in Brownwood.
' Your month's or years supply
can be had frem me for less than
any house in the West so don't
S P. Williams.
. C. :
Likes The Change.
There was an important change
made in the time card of the pas
senger train taking effect last Sun-
day. The evening train now ar-
. rives here at 6:40 nearly an hour
earlier than ever before dince the
f road was constructed. This ar-
rangement gives Goldthvvaite pebi
pie the opportunity of getting their
mail at night without waiting un-
til after dark and is highlyfcappre-
ciated by the business men. The
morning train arrives 4 minutes
later than formerly and the full
. passenger service goes through to
San Angelo. There is general re-
. joicing over these changes all
alongjhe line. Mountaineer.-
.The Ice Factory Soda Water is made
from Distilled Water therefore the
J. uicab auu Aicmiuioan w line y ur-
Mills Endorses Him.
The democracy of Brown county
' at its county convention last week.
endorsed our personal friend and
former citizen of this county Judge
R. P. Connor for senator from thiB
district. Mills county has no can-
didate for this oflice and wilL not
have any before the convention
and the delegation will probably
support Judge Conner. The Moun-
taineer can most heartily endorse
what the Brownwood Banner says
in the following:
The convention last Monday en-
dorsed Judge It. P. Conner for the
ptate seriate. We have known
Judge Conner for the past twelve
years and we have always known
him asatrue democrat. He was
chosen county judge of this county
by the democracy as long as he
wished the place and to-day he
occupies a very warm place m
democratic hearts all over this
county. He is a man of honesty
and integrity and in all instances
makes personal ambition and per
sonal interests subservient to. right
and duty. He is. a man whom the
people can safely trust. We might
add just here that this endorse-
ment came without his seeking and
was much of a surprise to him.
Should the senatorial convention-
see fit to make Judge Conner the
nominee of the 2Gth district he
will prove in every way worthy
and will carry the grand old dem-
ocratic banner through to a glori-
ous triumph Mountaineer.
$1.00 per year gets The Bulletin
Our Congratulations. Too'.
The commissioners' court wa in
session Monday for the purpose of
electing a countv iud"e to fill the
vacancy caused by the death of
Judge Mahler. On the third bal-
lot P. H. 'Clements was chosen to
serve the remainder of the term.
The court certainly made a wise
choice in this selection as Mr.
Clements is well-known as one of
the most conservative- men in the
county. He has had experience
in official life which properly
qualifies him for the discharge of
the duties of the office to which he
has been chosen. II.o has served
two or three terms as county com-
missioner in this and Brown coun-
ties and was the first county
clerk of Mills county. He has an
extensive acquaintance throughout
the county is fully conversant with
the duties of the oflice is a public
spirited liberal and progressive
gentleman and will give satisfac-
tion to all reasonable people. Ac-
cept our congratulations friend
Clements with our best wishes fori
your future success and prosperity.
Mm . - &
Junge halt-man stille &
Shoene Witte Zucker fuer 81.00 0-pfund.
Y: C. Zucker fuer 81.00 - 22 pfund.
(). K. Zucker de 1st auch gut fuer S100 25 pfund.
Schneefalken Mehl $1.50 fuer - 100 pfund.
Speck siten dat pfund - n ' 9 c.
Bester Bio Kuffee - - 20 e pr pfund.
200 pfund Sak Saltz
100 pfund Sack Saltz
A Strange Misfortune.
Report c&nfk from Hico
night to the effect that Mr.
Moore well known in this
munity ha lost his mind and has
been perched upon top of the ar-
tesian well derrick some GO feet
from the ground for one day and
night. Two men ventured within
a few feet of him when he drew his
knife and threatened them with
destruction. Jeff Taylor sold him
a McCormick harvester a short
time ago and states that he has
noticed on several occasions when
watching the harvester at work
that Moore was laboring unneces-
sarily hard considering the inten-
sity of the heat and would work
incessantly from early morning un-
til it was so dark one could hardly
see. Evidently his unbalanced
mind is attributable to these acts
of indiscretion on his part while
running his harvester. The Her-
ald sympathizes with him in his
misfortune. Hamilton Herald.
Win. Van Glahn and family
have returned to Goldthwaite to
make their home here Mr. V.
having concluded he could do bet-
ter living in his own house ' and
working at his trade than living
in a rented house and working only
a part of his time for the railroad
company. They are gladly wel-
comed back to Goldthwaite where
they have many warm friends.
fA. Ii.' Sanders
Brownwood - ' Texas.
Finest GWlcry and Best ork In tho
Boehnen de dich upruehrt fuer $1.00 27 pfund.
Keiss. den schoensten fuer $1.00 22 pfund.
Den aechten Voll Patent Mehl 81.50 pr 100 pfund.
Guten Molasses die gallone -. 20 c.
Guten Navy Kau Taback pr pfund : 20 c.
Go Du Man snelle hin sust
kriecht de andere Kerl et alle.
Saturday as previously an-
nounced the people's party came
together at the different voting
boxes of the county and made out
a ticket for the general election in
ndvember. Nothing definite was
learned about the results until Mon-
day when the officers declared the
For county judge: A. R. Wat-
son 719; for county attorney: J. H.
Byrd 339 H. H. Moore 3 Henry
Drane 2; county clerk: J. P. Smith
310 A. B. Reagan 420; district
clerk: Lewis Garmes 714; sheriff:
C. II. Eubank 293 J. M. McGau-
ghey 17 .1. M. Edwards 102 G.
W. Cross ICS Soc. Martin 96 T.
J. Holder 44; treasurer: J. G. Hol-
leman 35(5 J. H.. Hancock 12 N.
A. Willett 114 R. H. Box 243; tax
collector: L. S. Chamberlain 70G;
tax assessor: G. W. Plummer 737;
county surveyor: David Emison
550; commissioner precinct No 1
David Smith 233; commissioner
precinct No. 2 Win. Byrd 25 W.
II. Bowden 23 R. Jenkins 35 1).
i Malone 88 Busby 40; commis-
sioner precinct No. 3: A. G. Brad-
bury 6S J. P. Hester 50;. commis-
sioner precinct No. 4 A. C. Love-
less 80 W. A. Rbberson 9; justice
peace precinct No. 1 A. C. Goff
1G4; justice peace precinct No. 2
J. F. Hester 34 R. Jenkins 59 D.
P. Malone 93 W. R. Bowden 2G;
justice peace precinct No. 4 A. G.
Bradbury 35; justice peace precinct
No. 5 David Smith 42; justice
peace precinct No. 7 R. W. Ram-
age 30; constable precinct No. 1
David Scott 162; constable precinct
No. 2 Jno. Cox 36; constable pre-
cinct No. 5 C. C. Andrews.
There will be a mass-meeting at
Indian Creek school house Monday
July. 23 1S94 to consider the prac-
ticability of irrigation from the Col-
The manager of the California
Irrigation Co. now in San Saba
preparing to. begin operations there
has promised to be present or send
a representative of the company to
discuss irrigation. Everybody in-
vited especially the citizens of In-
dian Creek and Clear Creek.
Mr. J. W. Shepherd was called
to his fathers home by a telegram
Monday announcing the sad intel-
ligence of his father's death. The
public extends sympathy.
Mr. Thurmond of Brady was
here yesterday loading wagons
with flour and other necessaries of
life for the Bradyites.
Prof. B. BeaWn went to Blanket
Tuesday returning to Goldthwaite
Courteous treatment and your trade
appreciated. K. E. Dun.nino.
G. R. Yantls at Malone's furniture
store has received one of the finest
Hearses in the west lie also keeps a
large stock of Coffins Burial Robes tm
Slippers Picture Frames and Moulding.
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