Daily Bulletin. (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 11, No. 218, Ed. 1 Friday, June 30, 1911 Page: 3 of 4
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gBIDAY JUKE 30 1011
THE DAILY BULLETIN
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4. n ing the Brownwood normal came in
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To Please You
No Shoe House Enjoys Sell-
ing Good Shoes
More Than We Do!
We Enjoy Selecting the
Styles and Shapes that
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Waco 3(3000100 04 11 2
Galveston ... 0 0 0 0.0 4 1 1 G 10 :i
Batteries; Smith and Carson; Er-
loff and Brandt. Umpire; Matthews.
At San Antonio . . It H E
Dallas 100000 0. 0 01 5 i
win and Lemon. Umpire Johnson.
. . 0 0 1 2 1 0 0 0 04 C 0
Evans and Moran; Good-
Mrs. Ora Burleson Smith's mother
of Brownwood and sister Mrs. Brock
of Odessa- came in Friday to spend
Georgo Brown of Brownwood came
In Sunday to look after his farmsand
take little ltoxie homo with him
has been here for some timr visiting
' her brothers and sisters.
R. Smith & Son
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Oklahoma City 0 0 0 0 0 01 0 01 7 1
Austin 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 10 0
Will Please You.
We Enjoy (Viany Expressions of Satisfaction From
We Enjoy also Finding the Right Styie the Right
Shape and Size for Each Customer With-
out Which Shoe Comfort
' Can Not Exist.
Afford Us the Opportunity
The Style Shop
Batteries: Lingenficlder and Noyes;
Ashton and Henningcr;
perton and Chandler. .
At Houston. H H E
Fort Worth. .-. 0 1 0 00 0 0 0 01 6 1
Houston ....202.0112 1 ! 15 2
Batteries: Nolly and Kitchens; Rose
and Allen. Umpire Shcethan.
At Citicinnati . K II E
Chicago 0 1 0 0.0 3 0 0 i 13 0
Cincinnati ...0 0 0 00041 S S 2
Batteries: Iteulbach and Graham;
Smith and McLean. Umpires Klem
i and Brennan.
j At New York . It H E
Boston 1 0. 0 0 0 0" 8 0 0 4 C 5
New York . . 0 0 0.0 0.3 D1 10 14 4
Batteries: McTigue and Kling;
' Crmulall and -Meyers. Umpires. O'Day
horses for' Browmvood to make the
Fourth of July races. He took along
some literature for the San Saba fair
and will have the horses back before.
' Atwrt.af CM.
j Carroll Gray . came ..down from
Brownwood last 'week and will move
back to San Saba and engage in the
transfer business as soon as the rail-
road puts on a schedule. He has been
in the transfer business
5an Saba people are keeping copl
over the prohibition question. And.
that is as it should be. Wo have all
got to livo together and bo friends
and neighbors after the election fr.
July. And no difference which way
the- question goes Grand Old Texas
will still go marching on to glory. Of
course the people are Jn duty bound
as good citizens to think seriously on
the proposition and cast an intelli-
gent vote but the ship- of state will
DONT INT- CASTRO
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At Philadelphia- it K saii on wnetner wet or crry.
Brooklyn ... 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 I 01 4 X
Phildelphia . . 1 0 2 0 1 tf 0 0 1 4 2 ; IU1 1 1 C T IffCD HfllM!?
Batteries: Sc.tnlon and Bergen; Mo- 'HIUUI ILLI UUIIIU t
ran and Moore. Umpires. Finneran
and Rigler. i
At St. Louisa It 11 E
Pittsburg . .. '2 0 0 0 4 0 0 2 0 S 12 1
St. Loui.'.- 1 3 0 0 0 0 2 0 00 9 1
Il-iltr ries: Adams and Simon: Gold-
Bresnithau. .Umpires. John-
American I.eauuis: .
At "Dftroii . . It H E
St L..ms ..tft 120.f2ii fi-R 11 1
IVtmit 1-2 1-0 0-0 0 .1 0-t-: 0.2
( stHi at
Fire Insurance accept none but the Are jou inurcJ' Jf not what pro-
best "We have it and would very vision hae you rrtade for your family
much appreciate your patronage. snould jour home burn tonight "
R B. HENLEY & CO. . E. B. HENLEY & CO.
Next door to City Hall Phone S Nxt door to City Hall Phone s
SI. Tlionias Ordered 1j Preu'iit Vene-
zuelans Landing There Un-
H. Thomas Danish AVest Indies
June 2th In accordance -with instruc-
tions from the government at Copen-
hagen nil steamship agonb? of St.
ThomaH have been notified .that the
1 Ba't. rifs: PoVtll and . Stephens; gov.mment forbids the landing on
u..rKs ami Silfliagtr iTmpines MatlM '-'J21"1 f C.norai Cipriano Castro.
I .j. jeans' V m i-wtit of hia arrival lipre '.
i l.toii r. Kill.
-.rk a r 1 i) . i o u. 1 -3 t :
t ..ai.in - o tt o t r i) t -1 Ti i
i:.iiifr'us. "Viirhop and Sweeney;
I mi and Ntihnfrinakei. Umpires Eg-
j at. . ul Shcrldnji. . - .
j A HashingtOit H H H
! PbM '.-Iphla .5 1 0 0 0 2 Oi) J 7 T 2
; v s. Kton -. a ii 1 1 p o r a 9 12
Bar lies: .Morgan and Thomas;
! Groom. and rienry. Utnplrep. Connol-
. y and -'Loughlin
At Cb :oIand--r .
; Idey KtUney Pills contain Just the
.ingredients necessat) to-regnlarto and
strengthen the actlmi of the kidneys
and bladder Try them yourself. Camp-
Bell. Drug Co:
SS. K CIPER. ' TO LFASK.
ker and Kmhalmcr. I 7m Acre f eoo grass to lease for
c Phone 102. jsfcort ten. )L P. CROWDER.
.1.1 1 1. SEXTKM'E OF 3IRS.
.Mrs. J.. E. Dauglas.. a masseuse sen-t-puced
in the county eourt to spend
onp.day In jail arid jjay a fine of $100
will not be Compelled to serve the
R 11 H jan sentence. GovertOr Colquitt hav-
13-4. VPa nugo 0 A 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 T K5 2 iK reriiitted it She. .was convicted
Yf I 8jzssi Cleveland o.l 0 1 1 0 0 4 0 1 S 10 1 'violating the provisions of the so-
naiu-rn-f uwgi'imu quhuhu raniMi one-uoaru return hci anu ap-
itnd Smith Umpires. Dfneen nnd : )(?aled to the court ' of. criminal ap-
P-rrine . peais at Attstin. The Judgment was
; r af finned arid Mrs Douglas then ask-
T. 'F l'll'tll A r rIVnrtfft' Tfc. tiinftnti u-na
your home when the lire '
st but it might be the :
Are jou insured? If not.
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Cclune vkLnditofm and tornado in-
surance on dwelling; or c-onteHts costs
' - pr thousand: ' 2 if cHrr ?1 three
HENLEY CO. ' yeftf G. for yeftps. See htfvr .cheap
City Hall Phone S. jt iS. . Why go ' wftHotit it? : -:
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lave just received and now have : 3f yu want to iH protected against
ousale a supply of CARBON PAPER j all kiml of wind alB. above and HAIL
put up In boxes of KK) sheets to the- 3so th.e cjost wllj be per thousand.:
box. This carbon is leal sizc. anl $.1 one er' $5 tltree yeara $'J " five
is the same grade that you have ltfert yf ars. -Protect dur home. . Don't
paying $1.S5 to $2 per box .for. Onr l.ke ehkirccs. These policies are in
price delivered to your office is $1.25. : Uo best comfjaniW. Larger or siaall-
We Tiave black blue and purple. Just pIlc.I- in profortion
phone 22 and we will send you a box.
Mayee Printing Company.
iotijilnd aiivf fiing wrong make a rnso-
; E. B. 3IENLEY & CO. .
J : . 4 .V- . " VT . ;. "71 JuM to try n next lime. Ojic trial
AunuJi uire us your nexu order uoirt lorget ia.iroe ice waicr a ; u
for mill or cabinet work.. No jh j oor office fwlth Oologies td .Kaneas-i
too small for us no job too large. trj
"VYe -are located -at the rear of 'the
Round Bale Gin. Brownwood Plan- . OLIVI;
ing Mill A. C. Bratton; Proprietor.
tin- iiit out 01' the Imiiian ma-
;w!Soiiie tri' ihtrh gives
Undcrinkcr and r..nhaliuer.
IMtnni! Url (
ififi "I ik i ta.rty tint nyi
!eiv.jrr. iKxiy all th neessarfy eu
ftgf nor your dariy wot a but tnako'.
U'pi all that ft should lie perfect
If afir yofir cm!ni meal
iFVtTruIed and A large number of
r-.it izens' her then appealed ta Gov-
2S0 Acre nearly nit gooa land be- rnor Colquitt with the result that
tween.and close to the. great oil tho jail sentence wxs remitted.
field. Will trade Tor Brownwood pro-' a letter received from Austin
perty. LaBd has plenty of valuable ' suited that Goveruor Colquitt is
titnlwr t)i it. There is a possibility 'H8iderin the remission of the 100
of this land being worth moro than -". but ho has as "yet -made no an-
you ever-dreamed or and it has nev- ' uouncement relative to it. Mrs.
lipen; bored-on. If you should not Douglas attacked the constitutionality
strike oil. the timber is valuable and 'f the law. and -also alleged that if
cai lw easily sold on tho ground. Af-. it was . onsUtutional she was not
ter -the timber is cleared the land is nft-ted She also chnrged that she
imarlv all smonfli farmlnc land. Three perm uted rather than prosemt-
of . white' lawn
waists 34 '-to
t of plain and-. fancy.
$1.00 and- $L25
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Aiiotlier. lot plain and fancy--white.
'waists Including a few Japs. ?L2o and
mith & Son
.different ..styles .at
III RECORD RUinoX.S.
Black blue and purple. Price 50c
ajr-h. They are guaranteeH too. For
sale at the Bulletin. Phone 22 and
we will deliver you one at your office;
OERTIPICA T E
This certifies that after experien-
ces in other directions Thousands
from Texas Louisiana Oklahoma
and Arkansas find it to their ad-
vantage in every way to spend their
Summer Vacations among the num-
erous Cool and otherwise attractive
COLORADO and the NORTHWEST
and that in so doing the
FORT WORTH & DENVER CITY RY.f
with its DoiiblQ'daily Solid Through-
including Superb Dining - Car
and Electric Lighted Pullman Equip-
ment is recognized as affording the
Quickest and Most-Complete Transpor-
tation Service Available. .
H operates Through Sleepers between San Anton-
io Atzstin Waco and Denver in connection with the-
Mo.Kansas d: Tvx. RK and iKlwecn Galveston
Houston Dallas and Denver in connection with the
Trinity & Brazos Valley Railway.
Let txs supply you valuable illustrated book tela contain-
ing resort lists and other particulars. free of expense tt
Low rate round-trip tickets with slop -over privileges
are nowfon sale a fail ticket office t
A. A. OLISSON O. P. A..
Fort Worth. Texas
citattcos to 'win. -Perfect. title and a
complete abstract See us now
E. B. HENLEY & CO.
Next Dood to. City Hail Phone S.
Ml. San Angelo Standard.
special feature (his
is ajjj asft.
Herri are -ojne
K sll Golden Gat Tens and ex-
tracts thfbtt the world affords. The
prfc' ifc right. Don't forget our fam-
ous Blue Ribbon Plour "in. . S'e
bav ihf largest pkg. olives on "earth
f ir r."- Cheaper than tit bulk.
'BULLETIN ADDS PUT
Why pay S1.S3 to $2 a box for car-
boil paper when you an get ft same
grade for $1.2.7 per Tjojc. Three col--ors
blue' black ami purple. Phone.
22. Mayes Printing Co. ;
Special Excursion to
jf Saturday July 8 ?
r On v.i!f for train b avin' 7 a.m. ':J
If Galveston July 10th. Will run
J Y tourist sleeper Hronnwood t V
Ualvp.ston rate-l:2.T. For any X
1 information 5
4 J. OsboirmC.P.A.
.MI ST LKT PKOPLi: KNOW
WHO rSKTS FKKE HIDES
San Francisco Juno 30. Beginning
tomorrow the railroatl cotnpRnles of
this State will be compelled to pub-
lish a' list of the persons receiving
frp or reduced rates of transporta-
tion. This was made a law at the
last Stat Legislature and the rail-
. Yc offer you in this home a genuine : roa( commlsSiOUer8 have notified the
bargain: Lot 73 by 175 feet etranllronlH that they njust abide by it.
large beautiful shade and benrlng j
fruit trees and nice shrubbery good; XOTIUK.
four room house hall and two gal- Those who have not pnhi their sub-
lories good location not far-out. Price" scrtptions to the prolilbltion carn-
al GOOV tcrnvs $"00 cash balance timV pnlgn fund will find them at the Cit-
to ult you.- izens National Bank and they aro
E. B. HENLEY & CO. urged to call and pay them as soon
..t door to City Hall Phone S a? possible.
f7Lfmi IAjT V.
YOU NEVER SAW A CHILD
That did not enjoy a bottle
of Cold Soda Pop in the
heat of the day. Buy a case -keep
a few battles on ice
and give to the children wherntired
and thirsty fend harmless
f r it-
but very retreA .
" Frisco "
About Our St. Louis
Double Daiy Srvr
;J3 Hours a) 5t. Louis-
42 Hour tij Chieag-
Dinars m lill Tratn
Thru E:'ectIc LishtMl
Thru Electrie Ltghifel
Or I Darn tat Loewiwtfypl
." to 10 lto rs Quicketv
The Shortk sL ! ;
Wln'tt voti; o north ahu want
the best Ufy "FIJI SCO. ' .-
Pullman Reervntion tu ide
Best we have ever offered.
Fine Chocolate f
35c per Pound
SEITZ STEAM i!
t"CXX .X-X O fr
H. Robertson C. P A.
Fresh alfalfa makes a good feed for
' your horse or cow and they would no
doubt appreciate the change. Se
Will H. layes. phone 45.
DIX VETOES BILL Tft
(lovernor Says -Law Would Hninper
Police In Identifying
Special to Daily Bulletin::
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Albany. -N V; Juno 30 The Grady
bill pfohihffini: the jirotogtinphing and
measuring $t suspected Criminals was
vetoed last night by Governor Dlx on
tho grounds that it would hamper the
police in. securing the inost usual and
simple means of identification of sus-
pected criminals and add n diftlculty
to securing the evidence of crime and
clows to its detectives.
Middle Aged and Elderly People
Use Foley Kidney Pills for quick and
permanent results In all cases of kid-
ney and bladder troubles and for pain-
ful and annoying Irregularities.
Camp-Dell Drug Co.
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WKATIIER HKPOKT. .
I Texas: Kl Paso jeports good !
J rain last night. Balance of the
J state clear and warm 4
Oklahoma: Clear and warm
no raiu. J
It is Not the Price
Hut what you get for tke
price the goods; the ferTlce;
tho hereafter; ire giro yei tke
best goods; quick serrlcej aii
Phone - - -
K. li. IIEXDU1CKS 4
A Attorncy.at-Law A
I- Trent Building. A
i General Civil Prectkt. A
AAAAAAAAAAA A A A
J J.' 1V O'Brien brick centric- A
A tor and builder Tllo ni e- A
A mcnt norki a specialty. All A
A vork guaranteed. d213p. A
Patronize tho City Restaurant I
have leased same and will give yoa.
the best service of which I am
R. A. BRTUt
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