Daily Bulletin. (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 9, No. 206, Ed. 1 Tuesday, June 15, 1909 Page: 4 of 8
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THE DAILY BULLETIN
TUESDAY JUSE in jnoo.
Judge Norman G.
Hear Texas' Greatest Orator and Help the
BROWNWOOD COMMERCIAL CLUB
At the Tabernacle Saturday June 19th
Four Carriers Start Eary and Make Three
Deliveries in Business Part of Town and
Two in Residence Part of Town. :
Brownwood is enjoying free mail-delivery
service today. Bright and early
this morning four carriers were start-
ed from the postoffice with mail
pouches bulging with letters papers
and packages addressed to ""expectant
people throughout the city. It is
rather a novel experience to some of
the citizens of Brownwood "tok have
their mail brought to their doors and
they are enjoying the experience.
Carrier No. 1 Hoffman made three '
deliveries today the first at 7:45 the get the boxes placed before this but
second at 11:20 the third at 4:50. He 'that he will have them in place as
will serve the business section of the ' rapidly as possible. Today there are
city and all residences north of Mayes ' boxes only at the corner of FIsk and
street leaving the postoffice every day Turner streets and -at each of the de-
except Sunday at the hours mentioned. pots. !
At 7:30 each day he will make a trip ' Within the next few days mail boxes
for collection only.
Carrier No. 2 Miller will serve all .
resiuences norm oi ris street norm
of Fagg and north of Austin Avenue
in Coggin Addition except Vincent
street east of Martin Avenue. He will
serve 84S residences.
Carrier No. S Phillips will deliver
to all residences within the prescribed
limits east of Santa Fe depot not de-
livered by carrier No. 2. He has 303
residences on his list.
Carrier No. 4 Scarborough wul
serve all the territory not covered by
the two carriers in the residence dis-
trict. There are 335 residences to be
served with free mail delivery in his
-Carriers Nxjs. 2 3 and 4 will leave
$500 TO S50.000
5 Interest 5 PER CENT Returnable on or before 10 "cars
5 Loaned on Lands Lots Homesi Houses Farms. Ven-
i dors Lien Notes Builders anq Material Men's Liens;
Bonds Mortgages Stpcks Oil property Chattels Bus-
S ines or any security taken. Will furnish Money to buy
Lot to build your Home on yojir own Plan and Builder
S No Delay or Waiting for Money.
A few agents panted.
I - J. h: JONES Fiscal Agent
Prudential Investment Co.
I Phone Preston 6120 :; 7Q1-2-3 Paul Bldg Houston Tex.
When its Sweet Things that you want
Remember that we have the swejlest line of
X Wafers Cakes and Crackers in the city. We hand-
& le nothing but the choicest goods and they are always
A fresh. . Let us show ydu
niiyrrD kiilmitt ida v
& nun i s-im'iyv11 FV" wB
the. office -at 7:35 a. m. andv12 m. on
their rounds and will take up mail as
they go so that it will- be well for
those making use of the mail boxes to
mail their letters before the carriers
make their last round each day. Other-
wise the mail will remain In the box
until the next day. Letters written
after that should be brought to the
! The postmaster states that he has
been disappointed In not being able to
will be erected at the corners of the
following streets for the benefit of thejjestJc thlg y.eek jf v
j.airoiib oi uie re uiu lUB VuuW
Corner East and South Broadway
west and South Broadway west and
North Broadway West Broadway ami
Mayes. East Broadway and Mayes
Baker and Center Avenue Baker and
Brown Lee and Fisk Ande'rson and
Fisk Greenleaf and Sharp.- Greenleaf
and Lee Adams and John Le Santa
Fe -Depot Jackson and Vine Austin
and College Glenwood and Austin.
Martin and Harrell First and Avenue
D. Irma and Durham. Rogan and
Brady Third and Avenue A Fisk and
Turner. Frisro Denot. Fisk and Santa
Fe R R.. Fisk and Fagg. Center Ave-!
nue at Mign school Hand street at
Mallow's residence Beaver and Vic
toria Anderson and Edward Hand and
Adams Center and West Depot Lee
and Hand Lipscomb and Hand.
Parties. having lock boxes will still
receive their mail through the post-
office until written notice Is given to
discontinue this service and deliver at
residence or place of'busiriess.
i-PItOF. REDIX ANDREWS
LECTURES AT COURT HOUSE.
j Professor Redin Andrews delivered
a lectuce at the court house on Sun
day evening last There were present
about two hundred and fifty persons
yho proved to be patient and attentive
listeners. The subject; "Socialism
.from a Bible standpoint" drew out of
tne Ten Commandments and Golden:
Rule several relationships to harmon-.
Ize and unite temporal and spiritual
life. To bring about this improved
condition of society the professor
seems to recognize the great need of a
higher gospel enlightenment.
All new at Majestic tonight. '
ARRESTED LAST MGiiT-
AT THE MAJESTIC.
The funniest 'arrest ever polled off
in Brownwood was that at the Ma-
'jestlc last night when "The County
Sheriff" placed a hprs.e thief under ar-
rest and set the .audience wild with
excitement. The arrestis in the shape
Of a story told byWo!f& Vaughn and
it is the hit of thq? season. This clever
team will play three nights at the Ma
rou want to see a
gQod perforrnae comp out t0nnt
and tomorrow night.
See Wolf and Vaughn at the Maje
Mrs. Marshall Smith and little
daughter -leave tomorrow for a sum-
mer visit to SprhiKfleid Mo. and E.i-
reka Springs Ark. .Marshall has al-
ready made formal application for act-
ive membership in the summer -v.Id.o. -
ers' club but . he has heretofore .proven
such a gay member that his applica
tion will be held up until he convince- :
the club that he will not do anything
t0 brill discredit to it
n The Deserter.
"Do you desire to have it under-
stood." asked the Judge addressing the
lady who wanted 'the divorce "that
our husband deserted you?"
"Please fell the court as concisely as
you can how he deserted you."
"Two months after we had com-
pleted our wedding trip he scolded me
because he thought 1 was-extravagant
In the matter of getting clothes and I
went home to my people."
"Well 1 waited and waited and wait-
ed for him to come and beg me to re-
turn to him. and he never did." Chi-
cago Kecord-Ilerald. 4
Eyo For Business.
Whlh Why arc yuii so anxious to
lend that friend a dollar whenever he
asks it? He only spends ills money in
drinks and cigars. IJIac-k Oh. ho al-
ways pays it back. White But there
must be some other reason for your
ready generosity. Black-Well. there
is. He always spends half the money
on me. Judge
"Young man." said the serious pcr-
sou. "don't you realize that the love of
money Is the root of all evil?"
"Well." answered the spendthrift
"you don't see me hanging qn to raon-
oir n If I Invpri lb. ln von?"
"Don't court trouble."
"No: court a. girl and the rest will
take care of itself." Boston Herald.
jKever mind who was your grand
rat ner.rJ wno.tirp .you ?Froverb..-' cm
the Patrolmen of
Paris and Berlin.
patrolmen carry no clubs
to the middle of the belt
a "dark lantern. The cuffs
coats have vertical stripes
blue and white signifying
distinguished service. During
quent showers and rains they wear
little waterproof capes. Their silent
regulation of street traffic by band
signal is a realization of perfection.
In Paris the ordinary patrolmen
wear blue caps and coats and in sum-
mer white duck trousers. They carry
short swords rather as an .emblem of
authority but In extreme dangerusc
the flat side as a club. In a downpour
of rain the Paris policeman hangs lib
cap on a hook in the back side of his
belt and draws over his head the hood
Of a short blue cape of heavy cloth
This hooded cape is. called a capuchin
and in its longer form reaching to the
knees is used by civilians as well in
cold or raiuy weather. Accordingly at
such times the streets of Paris seem
to be alive with cowled monks. Tin-
London plan for controlling vehicle
Is used on the Paris boulevards. The
policemen detailed for such duty wear
white' gloves and signal with white
German policemen wear helmets
and have a distinctly martial air.
FOLLOWED HER LEAD.
The Chinese Cook Knew Which
Should Be Discarded.
"Chinese need to be taught to be
more self reliant" said the woman
who employs a "Oblnese cook. "Yester
day l-)rdered my cook to make a pud'
ding for dinner stopping a minute to
Bee if he followed my instructions for
I had taught him to make this particu-
lar puddinfe. 'He had seen me smell
the 1 eVgs before putting them into a
bowl and he began by putting the first
egg to his nose. He seemed on the
right road so I left the kitchen for a
"Returning. I discovered that he had
used five eggs Instead of three as 1
had taught him. Taking him to task
for not following my Instructions ht
answered: Yes; three here (pointing
to the bowl) two here (indicating
where be had thrown the others).
Same as you.'
"It dawned on me that when bad
taught him to make the pudding I bad
found the second and third eggs that
I had broken to be bad and bad
thrown both away. He had simplj
done what he had seen me do after
smelling the second and third egg he
had thrown" them away." New York
"No Its Cake
Flour I want 1
than the kind I
. best." -
All tin? architecture of the world U
represented in nature's Iceberg do
signs. Sometimes a little berg wil
have the appearance of an Arah
log sea; another. Its sharp "iitHm"-
In the vaporous ntinii-qiln-r.-
will appoar Jil;e a domed uiusqui- i
green marble. A clustrr of ('hliisc pa
godas comes drifting slowly down tin
current followed by a stately Gothit
cathedral i-arly style. Then comes :i
coliseum ami beyond a huge man-of-
war floats down the current. Its stein
submerged with foam grandly break
lng over It. the stern seventy-flve feet
Then and Now.
The difference .bet weon the relation
of parents .to their children now nnd in
the dayft before us Is' well illustrated
by the story of the old general who
was thfk'fng to a young lady whom h?
had'taken-In to supper. Before them
on a plate was a chicken. "After all.
general." said the young lady "there
ls nothing in the world like the liver
wing of at chicken."
"Well1 'ho replied "do you know I
never tasted one for when I was
young my parents ate It and. now my
children do." Congregationallst
Straightening the Back.
It Is the custom In certain parts of
Scotland among the woman laborers
in the field when their backs begin to
ache from bending low while working
with short handled hoes to lie down
their faces upon the ground and allow
others to step upon the lower part of
their backs with one foot several times.
This operation Is known as "straight-
ening the back." Chicago News.
A Charitable World.
t "Your money must be a burden to'
jou at times w t
"Yes" answeredMr. DliTstTn Stax.
"but you'd be surprised to see how
many I And who are willing to bear
other people's burdens' Washington
Do the truth you know and you shall
learn the truth you need to know.
Empire Furniture Co.
50 Rolls of Matting 25 Rolls of LinAleum a score' of Hammocks and
two dozen Fine Art Squares just received
? FINE EED ROOM SUITS Quartered! Oak Maple. Mah
' Circassian Walnut. A swell line of BRASS BEDS
The FINEST PORCH & LAWTN
COME AND SEE US
"1 Expect to Be Comfortably Dead In
1908" He Wrote.
A very Inter.er.ting letter referring
to President Lincoln just after his first
Inauguration and written by John
nay Is dated Washington 3801 and
says in part:
"If there Is anything which more
than' all causes me to regret the intol-
erable press of business about the
president's office it Is the impossi-
bility of answering' the letters of my
best friends I have positively not had
a moment's leisure since we arrived in
this city. The- throng of office seekers
Is absolutely fearful. Tiey come at
daybreak and still arc coming at mid-
night "You know that in anything I can do
you can command me but you over-
rate my influence. Mr. Lincoln posi-
tively refuses to make any recommen-
dations for positions in the depart-
ment; he rejects the entreaties even of
bis most intimate friends and rela-
tives." In another letter Washington Dec.
12 no year. Hay says:
"Walter Noyes was appointed on the
recommendation of two Rhode Island
senators Burnslde and Anthony. I
did not pay McKInley's debts. I never
called him William in my life nor dldl
he ever call me John. Our Inter-
course has always been of the most
formal character. I have absolutely
po clahu on him for myselfor friends."
And In another letter" Hay writes
from Washington t t
"I am old. sick and busy and I have
not a moment at my disposition be-
sides what Is occupied by my dally
tasks. Do not talk about any-
thing so ridiculous as my being a can-
didate for the presidency. I shaU
never hold an office after this and I
expect to .be comfortably dead by
As will be recalled. Secretary Hay
died July 1. 1905. New York Times
How He Kept His Clothes Dry.
. Among a '.urge shooting party on a
northern grouse moor was a certain
clderlv professor whose Skill with his
JL was ha nil v equal to the profundity
of his Intellect. Suddenly a heavy
torm of rain came on. and as there
was no siii'iu'r uu iir- uiuui uiv suuui-1
crs got iiiorougiiiy ttreuciieu tnrougu.
At least all but one suffered the pro-
fessor lie had mysteriously disap-
peared when the rain came on and he
did not rejoin the party until the sun
was shining once more. To the amaze-
ment of the others the erudite one
was as dry as a bone. The others.
drenched and disgusted Inquired of.
him how It was he had escaped a wet -
ting. "Directly the rain came on" re-J
plied the professor "I went off by my -
snif strlnnod nn mv clothinc and sat
"I ! - 3
nn rnoni until tni srorm wna nrpr.
In Bed With a Snake.
For one thing East Africa must have
credit; snakes are not numerous as
they are in tne south at least 1 never i
have seen many. There are pythons.
bur they do not appear to be danger-
uus. I shall never forget how. down in
Fouth AfrUnluring the war. 1 once
iIwuko uuu luuziu u uiacu uiwamuu in
bed with me. Tlie snake Is absolutely
...... 1 r - i i .
deadly. Jt frightened me so that after
the whole thing was over I went out
and was sick. Fortunately I was quite
Ignorant of the fact" that It was uuder
the blankets with me and rolled out
unconcernedly. -Had. I known It was
there In all- probability it would have
trtu-k me. Forest and Stream.
"-Tommy said visitor to the five-year-old
pride cf the household "what
would you do if you were president of
the rnited States?"
'I wouldn't let anybedy
neck or comb my hair
prompt reply. Ex'-hange.
The ' Lawyer Madam what Is your
age? The Opposition (interrupting)
Your honor. I submit that my honor-
able opponent Is inciting the witness
to perjury. Cleveland Leader.
t His System.
Wlfe John there must be a lot of
Iroh In your system. Husband Why
do you think so? Wife Because you
Invariably lose your temper when you
Ella Her face speaks for Itself.
Stella Yes ancLlt la .pretty plain talk
-C!casro NewfP ' w ' I
SWINGS ever b t o
A BUCKET OF WATER.
Right Place When Needed It
Prevent a Conflagration.
A single bucket of water even a
cupful thrown on a blaze at its start
often does more good than a reservoir
full ten minutes later. And yet In not
one out of a thousand American homes
is a single bucket of water dedicated
to fire protection. The only excuses
for this negligence are ignorance care-
lessness total disregard of property
and life. Poverty may explain the ab-
sence of structural protection but no
one who has a home Is too poor to
afford a bucket of water. Even 25
cents spent for fire palls will measur-
ably Increase for years the safety of
a house and that of Its Inmates. And
the only attention this very effective
fire apparatus will need Is an occasion-
al refilling from the pump or tap.
The virtue of the bucket of water
kept exclusively for fire purposes is
that it Is always there when you look
for It and always fun of water. There
Is to be sure lots of' water around the
bouse (except 'when the pipe or pump
has frozen) but by the- time oe can
find a bucket take It to the tap or
pump wait for It to fill a ad tbea take
It back to the fire not one Docket but
ten are- needed. If however you can
dash Into the hall seice a ready filled
bucket and souse the blazing curtain
all within twenty seconds one bucket
generally wfll be more than esoogfc
as good as a whole fire department
and for less destructive than its super-
fluity of watex.
The family that cares anything- at
all for Its belongings should keep at
least one bucket of water on a little
bracket In the haU on each floor and
another bucket In the garret Down
cellar there should be a barrel of wa-
ter and a bucket not far from the
furnace. The water In the garret or
cellar may be kept from freezing In
cold weather by adding common salt.-
Exchange. Smart Electors.
At an open air political meeting In
the north of England a man cried.
"Hurrah for Jackson!" to which a by-
! stander replied sarcastically. "Hurrah
for a Jackass r "AH right my friend"
exclaimed the- first speaker. "You can
hurrah for your candidate and I'll do
the same for mine!"
All electors are not so gifted as the
following experience of a canvasser In
Devonshire clearly Indicates:
"Whom are you votifcg for. my good
fellow?" he asked.
"I votos for the lady."
"But there is no lady candidate
f repiieu uouge roii tariy
comes on ray voting paper before the
1 names of the two men. and I thought
! I'd vote for her. Seel Chambers"
The bellbird which makes perhaps
In Its natural state the greatest noise
of any known avian. Is found both in
South America and certain parts of
J Africa. Its voice will carry on a still
Itg nQte g ke the toH of a mstBnt
J church bell and u uttered durlDff the
t hpnt of th hpn ev!rv other him
I uay a uistance oi quite inree mues.
has ceased to sing and nature Is hush
ed In silence. The hornblll ar bird
which Is widely distributed In India
the Malay archipelago and Africa has
also a very loud note. Its call has been
described as "between the shrleS of a
locomotive and the bray of a donkey
and can be heard a distance of a cou-
ple of miles.
' Where the Hippopotamus Lurks.
Herds of hippopotamuses are not
found everywhere In central Africa.
They stick to the swampy shores
overgrown with the papyrus plant
which affords them cover by dayj
when they come out to rest At night
they feed on land sometimes walking
long distances away from the lake or
river in search of palatable herbs. 'The
hippopotamus Is a great eater. A cow
hippopotamus stays with her calf until
the young one gets strong enough to
walk and swim. Exchange
"How stupid you are. Lolal" ex-
exclalraed her mother. "I don't be-
lieve you know the difference between
a fried oyster and a whale."
"Yes I do mamma." replied the- lit-
tle miss. "One Is cooked and the oth-.
er Isn't." Chicago News.
Rapid Transit Returns.
"I wouldn't be guilty of dolnsr.a fa
vor for a man nnd then in a day or
two asking him to do one for me."
"No nor I. I'd ask bim right
rtrflfirhf-'hfr. hofnro his era ti tilde rot a
.'hance to coo'l.' Exchange."
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