Daily Bulletin. (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 12, No. 95, Ed. 1 Monday, February 12, 1912 Page: 3 of 4
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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
XOXDAT EEBRUARY 12 1912
BROWN TELEPHONE CO
NAME OF GORPORATiON
Gaithor A: Buck French and Parisian Dry Cleaners Tailors. Phone 15S.
yOU CAN TALK
TO ONE MAN BUT A
CLASSIFIED AO TALKS
TO THE WHOLE
trees. Price $1730.
trouble to show you.
"WANTED A -white woman or girl to
do general housework ilrs. Stuart furniture for sale
KIDD & BELL.
UNPARALLELED opportunity for
buying choice Vacant Jot 100 x 200
feet on Austin avenue east . front
sidewalks and curb cistern storm
cellar hydrants and shade and fruit
trees. Price $1750. Terms. No
trouble to show you. d?5
KIDD & BELL.
UNPARALLELED opportunity for
buying choice vacant loi 100 x 200
feet on Austin avenue east front
sidewalks and curb cistorn storm
cellar hydrants and shade and fruit
trees. Price $1750. Terms. No
trouble to show you. d95
KIDD & BELL.
PHONE 19 if 3'ou have second hand
Phone Mason &
90tf Rhone for .prompt attention and high
est prices. Phone 19. In rear of
I Galdin's grocery store opposite F.
Goldtlnvaite Company Seeks Toll
Ijne Connection with Hrown-
The Brown Telegraph and Tele-
phone company has been incorporat-
ed with offices at Goldtlnvaite and
$'l.r000. capital stock. There are sev-
en stockholders in the company fivo
of whom have duo share each The
sixth man owns forty shares and Mi
L. Brown owns 105 shares. . The
Shares and valued at $100 each. Tins
company is seeking a permit to come
into Brwnowood with toll lines . and
action will be taken on the' matter at
the next regular meeting of the city
This company owns the .telephone
exchange at Mullin where the West
Texas company acting upon a peti-
tion of more than 200 citizens is coin
strueting "a new exchange.
BABY BETWEEN RAILS
NOT HURT BY ENGINE
R. Smith & Son's.
"WANTED To furnish and put out WANTED Tho public to know that!
trees for you. Either hackberry elm j hayo Qpened a new grocery gtoro
or cottonwood. Phono 130 andl0n c;nter Ayenue jugt opposIte P;
-will come and see you. d94 R Smith & Son.Sf and invite one and
'jail to patronize me. Pay cash and
dlQO C. C GALDEN.
242 ACRES in Coleman county. ISO'S money on every order
acres tillable; 70 acres in farm; 3-
Toom house: 2 acres in orchard;
For sale or will
"A little down and a little now and
acres in- be-rries.
trade for desirable Brownwood PrP-'yen'
erty. E. B. hexley .& cu. j .
d .95 j Call "phone 32" and tell us your
waats. We .will execute them to your
100 acres of fine valley land all eikre Sfttlsfactitm on &hort noUce u
tillable CO acres tn cnltivation creek ia Uje dnJg inp
water. 3 room house. Situated nine .
miles from city on public road $3000 "A little down and a little! now and
will take in trade city home $soo to then." . 195
$1000 in valae. balance to suit pur-
chaser. J. L. ELLIS.
Sv ACRES of land
40 acres in farm;
Brownwood. Will trado for home in
VOWED WOULD "NOT CFP
'HEARD. Irf HE' DID"
.Sianiford. Feb. lo.-john H.. .Kig
ali good tillable; n-v- can"d notice- by vowing
i nH. from when William J. Bryan was first
nominated Tor ;roidpl that he nev-
er would cut off his beard or : hair.
E. B. HENLEY & CO.
until Bryan entered the White House
is dead at the soldiers' homo at Nor
ton aged 79 .wars. He kent hia .TOw
for tiatil a year ago. then . one day. be as
tonished the town by .walking Into
a earner soon ami ordering nis
FOR RENT 4-room cottage with beard removed and his hair trimmed
screened porches cistern etc. On Tho beard extended to his waist-and
same block uifi my resilience. njs nnjr .twg dbwn ij3 )tlQ almost
dtfc T. C. YANTIS an qUSL tength.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms
light housekeeping. Phone 302.
FOR RENT Furnished room' close i
In all modern conveniences. G. L.I Whe hor child is in danger a wo-
WILKXNSQNv . Rogers' Store. 9Zc risk her llf 10
y . .sp &reat ci oi aeroisin or ns w
FOR REXir ' Jottace with oath iue is necessary to prweci a cuiiu
rlvri !i ' w4raB- ristern. from croup. Give Chair.'jt'rlaitt-.
close in. $15.00. Apply to Mrs. A. Couch Remedy and all dahsw;
H Ramey. dtf avoided. For aa by all dral9-.-:.
FOR RENT Thre unfurnished wK .. v
rooms for light lioukw;.ing. Close the-drug store phone 32 and . get it
In. Bath and phono f r . Prices low. riht nOW- .
lZJUJtnl tfl Fr wmvi ami saUsfaetory scr-
FOR nice rooms' and ' good meals vtos .tfhone Shroihire &. Jobe yor
.1 T1A OO -
go to the Harper Hott.1. Rates $5.00. uru ' u
a week or $2fi.G0 per month.
Phone 32 for quick and satisfactory
ervice if you need anything from the
Drug Store. . diOtf
Our pianos are a credit to' the
(buyer a life long pleasure to every
member of the family
BROOK MAYS & CO.
FOR RENT Tho Lee Roberts place
on Avenue D in Ford's addition.
This Is a nice place has a good barn
cistern garden storm house; in fact
a nice home. Who wants it?
TO TRADE for Brownwood property.
if well located a nice home in San We want your business and will
Angelo value ?2000. This place is'givg you satisfaction .
close in and desirable. J phone 13" for laundry.
TO TRADE for a nice home in the)
. ar w sitJTninri l 1-2 The old reliable Ed Selvldge Mm
TnitAK from the conrt house nice 4-: dry solicits your patronage.
room house orchard covering nearly
the entire plat of land other im-
provements. See J. L. ELLIS.
LOST A hunch of keys. Finder
please return to Miss Kate Reiily at
ANGEL FOOD CAKES Phono
FOR SALE A large oak roll top
aVsk cheap. Apply to this office. 94
FOR SALE or
brand new nibWr
ply to arcfully
carles. A p.
.'!'Mif.00 stock of It-
plf-mettU in good town to trade for
KIDD & BELL.
vniPsALE or flxcliiniee" Three
i.mnil new rubber lired lciries. p.;A
First class iiianos for first claas
people at Brook Mays & Co.
? Price 50c
Let us be your Drug-
gists. Goods deliver-
ed to any part of the
Four-Ycnr-Old Girl Lies Flat on the
Ground as Locomotive
Chicago III. Feb. ll East Chica-
go Ind. was given a. thrill today
when little Marjorie Johnson four
years old and her nurse Mary Gar-
eba started for the photographer's.
As they- approached the Baltimore
and" C;hio Railroad track the nurse
had her head bent low to ward off
the north wind. Marjorie was hang-
ing onto the sides of the sled pulled
by the nurse. Neither iaw or heard
a switch engine rapidly nearing them
froni the east Across the tracks tho
nurse -went suddenly a warning of
the. locomotive's whistsl'e sounded'
close by and the nurse jerked for-
ward in an effort to get the sled oyer
the. tracks quickly. That same jrk.
intended to sav
dumped the child on the track in t!u
. i. . ' i. ; . 1
The nurse ' cevvred her oym wit' Ohair.fi-'
both hands xmd fainted Marj.rn- f- U '.tn
THE GOOD K0A1 GERM
JIAS INFECTED TEXAS
Fort Worth Texas Feb. 12. The
total amount of money expended in
the United States for improvement of
highways according to. the Federal
Government reports was approxi-
mately $1 10000000. giving an aver-
ago of about $2S00000 per state.
During tho same year Texas "voted
bond issues for building good roads
to the amount of '$S9 15000. From
this is will be seen that Texarf had
more than three times its share of
road construction-funds in 1911 con-
sidered Jro ma -view point of individ-
"When figured on a basis of area
however it is found that Texas falls
a little -toelow Its? proportion. With
ah area of one-fourteenth of the Un-
ited States Texas has an expenditure
of approximately nine million dollars
or not quite one-fourteenth of tho.
pntfre. amount credited to the Union.
Tho last comparison shows up yet
more favorably when it is considered
that Texas has a density of popula-
tion of" only 14. S per. square mils as
compared with 25.8 for the United
State.i as a whole.
The comparison that is most grat-
ifying to Texans is that of contrasting
the spirit in. favor ' of good roads
in the .Lone Star state that has beea
so noticeable within the past few
3'ears with the devided disfavor fon
adequate improvement appropriations
of several years ago. The increased
favor of 'highway improvement is In-
dicated by the fact that bonds for
road purposes were more than twice
as great in 1911 as in 1910 tho total
amount voted In the latter year be
You are probably aware that pneu-
monia always"'results from a cold but
you never heard of a cold resulting In
pneumonia when Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy was used. Why take the ribk
' whtin this remedy may b had for a
trifle? For sale by all de tiers.
Despite the many changes which
havo taken place in advertising
methods during the past twenty
years the advertising calendar has
maintained its position as a good me-
dium of publicity for the. merchant
dealer or small manufacturer.
The consumption of calendars in-
creases annually. Last year over
one hundred thousand firms . used
calendar advertising in tho United
States alone. Can so many men he
Calendar advertising persists foe-
cause no one has been able to devise
another form of publicity which pays"-
so large a return for so small an in-
vestment. Let us show you -the Collins line
of calendars for 1913. Every one is a
business producer and it costs you
nothing to see them. Remember that
they are all copyrighted and that we
are the exclusive agents in and about
Meadaines E. B. Henley and A L.
Anderson will entertain with a Val-
entine party at the residence of Mrs.
Marjory's life just 'Verson on the. afternoon of 1-V
Drop a card or telephone to
- fianaf I d.i ';ien';- i v
'run' Liniment "-'n 1 boii'id
.ffer -d iarts y - ijieri-in
hen tro ! ".
.w!U.-. l- J. u r. u .. . ...... I
jnutjv. i ii" ia.-i tiling i.ne uurse s;i lanif
w tn beginning -of the engine ch tUe . a fr1a ani1 vn.
im&BiBK wr Marjorie's body. :o H n.( r. than w..h f. .
:..r m..i.-- wi'"- prompt le'.'i.; which i- atf.Tdi. !?!!
ed her. eyes and saw Marjorie kneel-
?!hs' i her ; side and murmuring:
"Ifoier dbgeie slipped on ice; doggie
fell flon.' poor doggie."
Marjorie did not receive a scratch
when the engine passed over her
by all dealers
Phone 13 when you need- laundry
work of any kind properly executed
and .promptly dollvered.
. ' A hpre belonging to Webber Da-
4b who. lives east of town ran away
lind. denolishel a. buggy Snturday
nigt while Mr. Davis and a compan-
ton were trading in one of the local
-stores.-: The)" had just Hod their
hqpB:and gone Into the house when
the. animal took fright broke loose
ah4 ran. The watchman at the Santa-
.Ff tried to iop The frightened an-
imal and turned it toward the round
bouse where the buggy was wrecked
on the siding. 'The horse went honx
koA was unhnrt. i
For Tax AesSor.-
Walter.. W. Johnson announces for
t'a-S assessor of Browu county subject
to the "Democratic primaries. He
vna practically reared in Brown
county; near Jordan Springs nine
miles 'south or " Brownwood For
about twelve years he was connected
with some of the leading dry goods
houses of Brownwood. - and for -six
yeara lias lived at Blanket. He pos-
sesses all. the qualifications of intel
lect and character that go to mako a
good officer; is well educated has
had much (business experience is
courteous and obliging and an all
around worthy Christian citizen who
will look well after the county's af
fairs should ho be elected.
Who aro the "Quick Delivery
Druggists?" Phone 32 and we are It.
Phone 13 wnen yoa want flrst-Clasi
laundry work and prompt ddlivery.
Phone N'o. 13 for your laundry orders.
Brownwood friends of. the family
of Capt. Jack Haller who formerly
lived here but who have for several
years -been living at Chihuahua Mex-
ico where Capt. Haller has been en--gaged
in railroading will be glad to
learn that the family has removed to
ICI Paso until -such time as the Mex-
ican revolutionary troubles are end-
ed. Chihuahua has been the seat of
much trouble and some fighting all
along and the Americans there havq
been regnrded . an being in more or
less danger all the while. Mrs. Hal
ler expects to -visit her daughter in
Templo some timo soon.
i -. .
TE bSSbi Jill
MAGAZINE AT SAM)Y HOOK SUD-
HUNDREDS OF SOLDIERS NEAR
.Sedentary habits lack of outdoor
exorcise .'iisuffiplent mastication of
food constipation a torpid liver
worry and inxlety are the most com
mon causes of stomach troubles. Cor
rect your habits and Nkc Chamber
lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets and
you will soon be well again. For sale
by all denlors.
Your neighbor "phonos 32" when
she wants an -article from the quick
delivery drug store." We wish you
would also get. the habit.
U to SfcCuHj & Company.
T ' PARALLELED
buying chce vacant lot 100 x
AnuMn avenue oast f
Li&SW and curb cistern storm
cellar hydrants and shade and fruit hXmXhWhXS-'X-S -fr . -
Somo class to Brook Mays & Co.'s
The secret of our success is in
keeping our hand on tho throttle of
qualify and our eye on the rail of
honesty.. BROOK MAYS & CO.
They ;call us tho quick delivery
druggists and wo sustain this repu-
tation. Give us a trial. Phono 32.
.Shropshire & Jobe druggists
r Texas: Eastern portion part f
r cloudy balance generally cool
4- and clear. .
Oklahoma; Clear to . partly
cloudy cool. . "
'Forecast: Unsettled nthw to-
- nlglit or Tiiefidiiy; colder Tuesr 4-
is first class.
Hut AlmoMt Miranilously No one of
tin' Number Was Injnred In
Xew York. Feb. 12. An almost mi-
raculous and unbelievable explosion
occurred this inoruing at Sandy Hook
at the government powder magazine.
Hundreds of soldiers were assembled
near-the magazine waiting rounds of
ammunition the magazine contain-
ing enough powder to kill practical-
ly every one of. them. Yet when the
magazine suddenly and unexpectedly
exploded without any notice whatev-
er to the soldiers to make their "get
away" not a person so far as can
be learned was oven hurt in tho
slightest. Unoxploded ammunition
was scattered all over the neighbor-
hood but only a small part of the
stored explosives ignited the re-
mainder being blown high into the
ThorouL'h ( Ieanliiies of the Oral
J fin ity Preu'ntN Many Systemic
j Contagious diseases- are prevented
J by keeping the teeth and gnms in a
healthy condition. A decayed tooth
For an unhealthy sum may afford a
lodging place and a fertile field for
the proliferation of contagions titer
t ease germs which in the course of
time wilt result in illness.
Don't neglect thid matter longer
but phone and make ah engagement.
B. E. BELL Dentist
Over Coggin National Bank
Tho Brownwood nnd West Texas .
Has as fine a lot of fruit shade and
ornamental trees roses shrub3 and
vines as can bo found in tho state.
Wilt save you one-half regular
price paid through agents
j Send and get my prices
d&wtfc W. J. SCHTJLZE.
IM K iZ 1)111
WALKER -SMITH CO
ROASTERS 5c BLENDERS OF HI6H 6RADE COFFEES
BROWNWOOD TEX. -
Hanilled by erery rclsill Grocer In Ilrownvrood Each pall contains a gen-
uine china gold baud cup nnd saucer. This Is beyond till doubt the smooths
est best coffee on the market. Just order one pail. nnd note Itho qaalkr.
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Daily Bulletin. (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 12, No. 95, Ed. 1 Monday, February 12, 1912, newspaper, February 12, 1912; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth344674/m1/3/?q=yaqui: accessed February 28, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Howard Payne University Library.