Daily Bulletin. (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 12, No. 95, Ed. 1 Monday, February 12, 1912 Page: 4 of 4
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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
XONMY FEBEITAEr 12 1912
lu payment. This time the bill was
given only a cursory examination and
the lady was given her change in cur-
j rcncy. She departed smiling and in-
structed the clerk to send her pur-
Chases to a well known boarding
!. house. When the ?1000 bill was first
j presented to the bank it was passed
i on and pronounced good. Strange to
Jsny that on the second presentation
the bank refused to cash the big bill.
The real certificate had been replac-
j ed by an ingenious and well mado
: counterfeit. The lady and the $1000
i William have disappeared for keeps.
While this s'wimllo is a clever quo. it
is as old as the hills- and if the heads
'of that same--dt!p1frtment store had
been in the habit of reMinF their
trade papers it is more than possible
th.it a description of this same swin-
dle jould have caught their attention
and saved" this store $73." in good
hard cash. Soutlnv.est Independent.
I Powder 1
For this is g
the baking f
2 'makes the f
j baking better."
It leavens the food f
- evenly throughout; a
puffs it up to airy
I lightness makes it
f delightlullyappetiz- C
g ing and wholesome.
Remember Calumet a
is moderate in price
highest in quality.
J Ask your procer for
I Calumet. Don't take 1
M a substitute. S
soTin: of Exisrrnox
AM) OHDKli OF SALE
The State of Texas Couuty at IVroWn.
In district court " Brown County
! Texas. IT. A. Morse vs; Roy Pum-
i minss et al. No. 2727.
"Whereas by virtue of rtn execution
and order of sale issued out of the
District court of Brown county Tex-
as on. a judgment rendered in said
court on the 2nd day of February A.
D. -1012 in favor of the said H. A.
Morse ' and against Roy Cummings
B. F. Cnrtor" for $9S5.S0 and against
Roy Cummings B. F. Carter J. L.
Flanagan. J. M. Martin Geo. D. Mc-
Querry C. A. Chambers and Novella
Chambers forecldsing a vendors Hon
against the following described prop-
erty to wit:
50 fc x 35 varas out of the M. Hu-
ling Sur. No. 51 in the. City of Brown-
I wood Texas Brown. County meted
and bounded as follows:
Beginning 125 feet N. 45 W. from
the S. E. corner of a 2-aere tract sold
jby Greenleaf Fisk to. S.-C. " V. .'.Yates.
fand a onehalf acre tract .sold by J.
j R. Sharp to W. P. Martin. -
f Thence N. W. 50 feet; thence N.
. 54 E. 3 varas:; Thence S. 45 E. 50
feet; -Thence S. 45 V. 25 vara to the
besrimilne In Suit . styled . H. A
Morse vs.' Ro Cummings et at. No.
. I did on the 12t!i day of Febru-
ary! A. D. 1'12. at P. :2ft o'clock p. in.
b-vy i1 aforesaid tract and
parcel of T-and; and wiil. 4tt tb Tth
.day. of 'March A. IX W 2 being the
first TV -Vi of j-aid montbAwtween
the h.ir of ton o'Hoei; A.- M. and i
oYIorfc T M. on paid day atthe court
hou-t' d.-or of Krown County. '- in
Bro7.ft nd. (ff;r for sale and sell -at
public a-ieion for. cash all the Tight
title and interest of aW defendants.
Roy .C'lmn lines Rv F Carter. J. L
Flanagan. J. M. Martin Geo.; P. Mc-
Qtterry; r A. Chambers and Novella.
Chamber- in and toxoid rrropeTty and
all. the ririit. title and". -Interest '-reserved
.? swurt the notes in said
suit sued upon and constituting the
"ling .of the " redors Ii-.n foreclosed'.; '
Co-operativ Lac at ta noaic m .
Mrs 3 w iUuin ThttWiay Fe1;.tte 12Ui day of February. A. D.. 1 91 2.
IS at 2::'o n xi - ' -f ' '.: M..FL UENjiAN
Uewioua. v c'- M: . . - 'Sheriff BVoxd COuBty -Texas.
Grove. d?5. liU " . '
Prayfr; Li.- H' 1
Prwi.lfr.T'--. A-i! --
Addreisx. Our .
.llr. I. H. Hmism. . --
l4ith?r Crow. - .. ; '
): rj;;a.. j ' ' ua; on; Misa .Jbr
tries. Evidently neither the New;
York man who sent to Chicago nor
the East Texas man who sent abroad
for peaches was aware .that the pur-j
chase could have been mado as easily
at home both doubtless would have
been glad to save tho extra freight
charges even if they did not possess :
sufficient patriotism to indued them j
to give a preference to tho home in-
dustries. Clearly tho manufacturers
of these goods had not announced
l . . I .. ...... i . IttA ilnnlnit. liOfl flrifir. 1 T
lilUll Will U LC1 LllU UUIUWiJ UUIIV j
else their merits would have been
recognized at home. This illustrates
the importance of the manufacturers
advertising their goods among their
home ieople in order .that a demand
for them may bo created at home. IH
this were done the home factories
would be .entitled to and. receive the
liberal support from the consumers
of the section in which they are located.-
LoMntv r arms.
FOR SALE A good second hand
buggy and harness a bargain. Phone
15S. - d97c
Vendors Lien Notes Extended.
Make Applic Hon Early.
H. - A. Garey. Land and Loan Go
1 1 0 Brown Street.
THE WEOT TEXA U
Telephone Company I
"THE SYSTEM RELIABLE." I
KEEPING IN TOUCH WITH HOME
" "BE IT EVER SO HUMBLE
THERE IS NO PLACE L5KE HO&flE"
V Uf1T BAKING ROW A
' . . . fe?ui8 B' w.papr-rss are no and for
-many "?eavs i.;iv Wb eirnestly adr
.opttiipnt pf the- Hao. and.thi aavoca-
cV faa be larger iitHtramenfal tn
w or Mf; oa mm(i lf Vhai may ofteh be a foHy
V L . V Sending abroad for articles which
t ding;: Prat J. ..... ... ;...tv.u.Mai w wt
r TTic first instance wa taftt of a ihan
" rTTT CMoigo mail order house Tot a &aby
OLD ( trF5:iTK GAAI.I2. duriat'o and being astonished upon
TWs is a fart. !i realty hapMibd reVi-.intr ; xohicle to fbiri at it
. had tn manufactured is. iii own
Jfefedamos T. 1. S
Will Norwood Mn-s
" Besatue of Year's
AtfSress : Jun'or
Jt. Humph : ':-
i.thor infJrfwil waji that of
ar :- l':f .W-'MWW-m -cfcot-iu.K.n who. having; come to
"teaked" as oth-r intirat$ "tc3e :co ....... .anj ne"'n soitti? toots
tb- t'T.- or : . i i : jt&'-'"to&sS. .. 'tbousi- h' could procaVe better art 1-
A charming vo:mk lady waHtw feiio i). his native -land so lie sent to
a am !. -at .t0W M . .ae ptl 1 fi for ihm. onty to rerlVf
4v- drafts mwK ooi untf.n !iad oeen maoft ra.a unvn-
i urates to the twerny-fia- miles from th place in
clothing fi i ''
payment - sin- n.3.-r..d a Wit. S lK. n ...vpor! ! to Scotland.
Naturallv !U ni. t. b-I.itid"tfee : AnotlM-r i samptft founfl nearer to
window wanted to wake we 4onr h - may be cited in addition to
tit bill wh e-ii ih- and sH it thoii" hy the Journal. A wem-
. b r o a srocery firm In au East Tpx-
-la the nn;;nt !!)
i while buying abnip bods
i iraveliftR salesman asked lhat
lit a few cases of especially
beeani vt inurh irrltatrl :it
)..;iifr iw.r rliarii;' Sli'
called .n the n i t'1 M.l'-s force f -anad peaches for the- use of
lw depaifixnt in . lalvlik way and his fami and the salesman promis-
ir1sft..i that sin- U- R'wn l.-r chanRn -d 10 M-nd him the very best article
at odcg On further dlay she .bo- that bandied by his -firm. Hi
htehlv ind.cnant. and counter- due tin- the good came and the
tnatrflmr bo ord-r m-- d on l.avinB dealer was aslonlBhetl to
barV hr $1K bill.
t t'i- d:iv the iady returns
all cni'teq and apologies for her
Ihapte and rudr-ness and again reor-
do the till of nvrrhandise for tho
oemq time tendering the $1000 feill
ithe peaches hud been--pttt up in his .
own county. lie could lmvo secured
them direct from tho factory hut .had i
failed to do so.
There is another feature connected'
with the patronage of home Indus-
f: Is a maxim that has been im-
mortalized in the verse of Payne
l and generations yet unborn
I shall chant its praises. The home
is the center of the social sy$-
! tern from which all happiness
I radiates. A man's home is his
! castle no matter whether it be
! a palatial structure of marble or
! a dilapidated cabin of log's.
HAVE' YOU A VvHEST TEXAS
TELEPHONE IN YOUR HOME?
The home should be a source of
i pleasure to all and nothing that
will add to . its comfort and en-
fjoyment should be lacking. A
1 telephone will prove itself to be
Z oi maispsnsaoie aia m youi uu-
iy life as well as a source of
constant pleasure and enjoy-
ment in your social life.
The rural people should pro-
! vide themselves and their fam-
f ilies with an avenue of com-
f munication to the outside world.
I Product prices may take a sud-
I den jump and before you get
wind of the good news through
ordinary channels they may
have fallen again. Failure to
3 take advantage of such oppor-
$ tunities not only works a hard-
ship on you but on your family
I as well.
I The installation of a WEST TEXAS telephone
may save you hundreds of doBiars besides
'k making iife more Joyful for its possess.
f. By means of our connections with the South-
i: western Tefegraph and Tefep&ione Company
our systeiii is national in its scope ansa aoso-
Jiately reliabBe in is entirety.
See owr manager TODAY. t Get a WEST
TEXAS telephone you will never regret the
OUR RATES ARE REASONABLE
OUrt SERVICE UNEXCELLED.
f Another big Car of Pianos just unloaded and
f the Big Factory Sale is still going on.
f Our Big Store has been crowded every day
with music loving people. Several PIANOS
x sold the first day. Everyone admires and speaks
5 1 1 1 i i o i 1 1? P
in tne nignesi praise oi our Deauxiiui line oi
PIANOS. All wondering how such beautiful
new PIANOS could be sold at such extremely
low prices and on such EASY TERMS. The
fact is we are after reputation not money.
We are placing 25 cars in Texas at actual
cost of building and shipping them down here.
So in this sale the profits are all yours which
means about $150.00 saved if you buy now.
In this sale you do not have to pay the enor-
mous price the dealers are compelled to charge.
All middle men are cut out; no salesmen; no
agents; no solicitors; no commissions paid to
X Just figure this up and you will see hov ve can
i afford to sell PIANOS at one-half ffisoir real vzfue.
This is a business proposition p: . c and slmpSe.
We invite you to investigate. Tr T?k for yourself r
m m a m m m m
?; and act wiseiy. it s a money scivmi? procosstson
that you can not afford to turn dev..; Remember
I every PIAPtO guaranteed ' every guarantee backed
up Vsiih a million.
STORE OPEN AT NIGHT
E. W. HAWP10NSf MGR.
Valcu(ine. of Flower-;. einths. maybe carnations as It may
h;ijii'it. Sffnl Fra Cupid to- see Fra
St. Valentine's om s as u- uil n Sf ffin- tjarly o sbe will know just
February th.' fourtpenth. What Is a how many are to be blessed witb. this
itior ai.iropriate pift than a bunch of lovely expression of a lovely thought
most exquisite fragrant flowers?
SflcM pi-as juThaps. Roman !ia-
n St. Valentine's morning at
MRS. C. L. STEFFINS.
(Copy of Telegram)
"E- B. Henley Brownwood Texas.
Do all you can to. get price on my place this
week. I have a good proposition that I cannot afford
to let pass me.. Answer by Saturday.
The above telegram is self explanatory. Mr.
Ford is in California and his family here and he
wants to sell his place at once in order to locate in
California. I have a price on his place which is
good home is on Melwood Avenue has seven rooms
hallr bath room good lot barn waterworks electric
This place can be bought an easy terms and
there is a loan of $1000 on the place which can bt
assumed and paid out in small payments.
This place will be sold either with or without
the furniture and there will also be some live stock
and other effects for sale.
As above stated-1 have a price which is cheap
but want you to look at. the place and make an of-
fer at once if you want a good home cheap.
UST BE SOLD
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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/m1/4/?q=yaqui: accessed February 27, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Howard Payne University Library.