Daily Bulletin. (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 244, Ed. 1 Monday, July 29, 1907 Page: 1 of 7
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Buy Your Milk From Brownwood PURE FOOD Dairy
Gfocd J room house lot oml barn 5700.00
term? $200.00 cash balance 3 years.
' Rents $S.S0 per month.
E.H. HENLEY & CO.
7-Room House Hall and Bath
close in well located.
Price $1730.00. Terms.
eT U. HENLEY j& CO.
BROWNWOOD TEXAS MONDAY JULY 29 W7
You can fire your cook if you
use a Perfection Oil cook stove
cooking will be a pleasure. We
are giving a free demonstration
of this stove at our hardware de-
partment. Give us a call.
Looney Mercantile Co
OUR WORK IS GOING UP
V In the estimation of the nublic.
And on many buildings in this
city and around the country.
work of every description is a
specialty of ours. Estimates
and designs submitted.
RANKIN SHEET METAL
A Religious Chicken.
Mark Ragedale says he has a
neighbor who is the prinoe of
chioken thieves or a ohioken that !
is very religiously inclined. One
of his frying eize chickens stroll-
ed over to the barnyard of a
neighbor last night and climbed
into the family buggy to roost.
The neighbor and his wife drove
to the Methodiet church in the
buggy and then went to the post
office and when they returned
home found the chickpn serenely
perched on the top of the bupgy.
The most peculiar incident con
nected with the affair is
Small Structure Between Center
Auenue and Hand Street.
FIRE BOYS ARE DISGUSTED
Water Crane Erected at Fire Plug
Prevent Firemen Making Rapid Pro-
gress in Fighting Fire.
A email dwelling owned by D.
tK. Renfro ana ocoupied by a
i negro renter between Center Ave-1
nue and Hand street caught fire
the faot at nne o'clook this morning and
that the frying size "ohicken made burned to the ground. ' The house
the rounds of a Methodist con-. wag looked and the contents were
gregation and - listened to a burned along with the building.
Methodiet preacher and lived to rpe fire department made a quiok
orow over the feat.
Notice to Contractors.
Plans and specifications are
j now ready for a two story stone
building to be erected in Brown-
wood. Those wishing to bid on
same will call at Camp-Bell Drug
Company's for plans. Contract
will be let July 31st. Right to
reiect any and all bids is reserv-
ed. D. S. Camp.
This is the Time
Morning July 15
For nneen Days only y
YOU DONT HAVE TO HUNT
ARound for BARCAIW5
6ARCAIM IN OUR STORE.
WE NEVER PUT aSHoDDV -STUFF INTO OUR
-store therefore we never have shod-
dy stutt. quality ij the fir-5t thing
people should know s good when they
&uy an article. you will &e -5ure to get
good quality if you buy from js even
though we are now -selling good-5 at
lower priced than we did before the
fourth. after quality price 1-5 the
next thinc you wi-5h to 5e right. are
NOT THE-5E PRICE-S -LoW ENOUGH To BE. HoN-IJTPRICE-5?
run to the nearest firo plug but
were unable to make connection
owing to the faot that a water
crane has been erected at that
plug. The next plug had a cap
misaine and it was necessary to
try the third fire plug before con-
nection oould be made. The fire
men tried for several minutes to
oonnect the hose at the plug
where the water orane waB but it i
was tedious work.
Fire ohiefJohn Gee and his
assistants who sweated in the
dust and. heat at this morning's i
fire are thoroughly disgusted.
They have asked repeatedly that
the water cranes not be allowed
attaohed to the fire plugs and
have tried to make it olear that it
is almost impossible to make a
connection in such case in less
than fifteen minutes.
The fireboye have even carried
the matter to the city oouncil but
the cranes still remain and most.
it 1 t . ...U n I
Ui lueuj are uiuug uueeia wann:
fine residences stand and in case TP
of fire the nronertv- owners stand'
a.eood chance to have their I i
'houses burned down before the
department can render any aid.
in ar.oiiier coiuraii lue ure i-mrt j
notifies all parties living in the;
neighborhood of such cranes
that they need not expect prompt m mt M W W IM W b M H M H M JLk
protection as euch is impossible 94T fi WMMMMMWwMM
where the nreb.oys have to con-
nect to & plug and a water crane.
$2.50 Ladies Slippers AA
$2.00 Ladies' Slipper at frf AA ;
75c and . . . . Pl.VV
$1.25 $1.50 and $1.75 "yRo
slippers at 50c and .... vv
SAM I BUSTER.
Old Men v . .
and Boys Suits
at 25 per cent one-fourth of former price off and we
guarantee to show you one of the largest and best select-
ed stocks of
Men and Boys Suits
ever shown in this city. We can please you
QUALITY STYLE AND FIT
10000 eggB wanted tonight at
the Majestic. Must be good.
Hi A. Boaz Here.
Dr. H. A. Boaz .president of
Polytechnio college was in- the
city yesterday- and preached at
the Methodist ohurch at the
morning service. Dr. Boaz is
one of the strongest preachers in
the state and altogether a very
scholarly man. His sermon was
Everything new tonight at the
With two competent and ex-
perienced registered drug-
gists wc are prepured to give
your prescription work the
clo-eat attention. All work
entrnstcd to its receives our
personal attention and is al-
ways filled ju?.t us the doctor
McMinn Drug Co.
Across the Street
For 15 days only. STRAW HATSijj
Yours for fare bargains in in our
Clothing and Hat department
Ramey-Smith & Co.
A business house on
one of the best busi-
ness streets in town.
Perry & Co.
From Ctterback Hole tott will find a neat np-to-date progressive
jewelry store whefe proprietors wllj take pleasure in. having yon call
& anu inspect tne stoeJc ot n atcnes Clocks. Kmgp Fint Uuc trlass
j Hand-Painted China etc. If they haven't what von want they can order
It anu get it in a lew oiyg
Armstrong Jewelry Co.
J. G. HOOD Prop
For pure Jersey milk". It
will be delivered at jour
door in scaled bottles.
Purity Clc&nness and
The Citizens National Bank
We feel that we have been successful
in demonstrating and establishing our
- usefulness in the community. With ex-?
cellent facilities for the care of .yourf :
business vve invite you to open an aiy
count with this bank.
ni?OinwrjR- T A AtniKV. Proatrlonf
A -r n.tf Tf! Tl I . . "
iv. jli. oun v itc jrrcaiueui
J. Turner" 2nd Vice President
P. S. Abney Cashier.
The Citizens National Bank.
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Mayes, Will H. Daily Bulletin. (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 244, Ed. 1 Monday, July 29, 1907, newspaper, July 29, 1907; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth345043/m1/1/: accessed March 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Howard Payne University Library.