Daily Bulletin. (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 11, No. 266, Ed. 1 Saturday, August 26, 1911 Page: 3 of 8
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1TUKDAY AUGUST 26 1911
THE DALLY BULLETIN.
PAGE . THREE
Cutout and poitthU Map and Direct-
ory in a coahpiciious place. The .
ftnn-j listed below are reliable and -progressive
;md w?ll appreciate your
Brownwood Daily Bulletin's Trade Map and Business Directory
Below is a classified list of Brown-
wood firms arranged alphabetically
for ready reference.
:he citizens national bank.
of Brownwood '
Capital 100000. Surplus $25000!
"The bank of service" cor. Center aveJ
and Baker Street Phone 62
J. A. Abney president. V F. Guthrie
Tice president F. S. Abney cashier.
D. B. Andrews asst cashier.
Blacksmithing carriage work and
rubber tiring. "Woodwork. .Horse-j
shoeing a specialty.
ALAMO MANUFACTURING COMl'T.
CHAS LOW President
WILL LATHEM. Secretary-Treasurer
Manufacturers of. Creamery; l'roducts
and Carbonated soft drink?.
Jobbers of Liquid Gas.
Dry Cleaners and Dyers
GREAT "WESTERN 'DRY CLE.VNINg
Uses the Bowser Dry Cleaning ma-i
chine and the Lasance steam presscr.J
We call for and deliver the goods
promptly. Phone 43. j
Freight Transfer I
Carley Transfer Company f
. Successor to
Hoskinson -Transfer- Co. "
" We deliver the Goods"
The best facilities for moving funii-i
tare pianos safes etc. Car loads
distributed stored and forwarded:
Grain and Feed !
Brown County Grain & Feed Com p'y.j
Dealers in all kinds of grain and feed!
stuffs always in the market to buyf
or sell. Bring us your produce. !
T. H. Wilson mgr. S. Broadway.
CASH GROCER COMPANY I
?. Mrs. E. Schneider. Mgr.
Phones 310-2:. 205 Fjsk SLt
I BULLETIN REPORTER
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IU Mil i l l .11 on
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In and Around That Thrivhiir
A'BniWin rMitu u'
ea irom a two weeks vacation fem
in the-Rising Star coentry. This pjfo -
gressive little city is Situated ji a fr-;
tile valley about thirty lailea norta i f
Brownwood and -it is to linef jifet
that the owners of .the B. K & :s;
road propose to extend their iiiu.rrQW
Iay; ' .
- Rising Star already has 0n rail -
road the Texas Central bat- this is
merely a branch of the main .system.'
and affords very poor -accommodations
in the way of both passenger and
freight service. For this rean the
citizens ot mat community are es-j
peciany anxious to get. this new line
from -Brownwood and May extended
on into -their territory in order to
Jave direct connection with an im-
portant division point of the Frisco
'and. Santa Fe roads. If this can be
accomplished it will prove of great
John Deere Buggies
John Deere Breaking Plows.
Also Hardware and Furniture Fruit Jars
Jelly Glasses and everything in our fine.
We will appreciate your trade.
LARGEST COTTON Mv' 31
A BUYING AND SHIP- vM
sW 0soeLe -.. y PING POINT IN 5AN5IBAH 1
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WHOLESALE TRADE TERRITORY
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Brownwood is a good town whose citizenship is composed of loyal men and women who think
the advantages here are superior to those of any other town in the state.
Brownwood has a population of more than ten thousand and there is no good reason why
this number should not be doubled within another decade
Brownwood has a brick plant which is not able to supply the demand. The product is a brick
that equals any produced any where in the state. The brick shale is inexhaustible.
Brownwood has good prospects for a cement plant within a short time. The material is here
in inexhaustible quantities and experts declare that the quality is far above the ordinary.
Brownwood is a town of schools and churches the Presbyterian and Baptist churches both
have strong colleges here while the public school system is as good as there is in the state.
Brownwood is a town of homes the residences here comparing favorably with those of any
city in the state.
If you are looking for a good location come to Brownwood
Household and Kitchen
V;ile bakt.. WOlk b. kt.'. Maud
baskets iiiiant jackets and u good us-
?orOHeat of lunch baskets at
-The . :ind 10 ( cut Store."
benefit to Brownwood a? weH as Bis-
ing Star for the n'ason that the .rich
sandy DeJt of land known as tho
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; farming districts in thf fstate'aad
j Brownwood ouid become the hip-
ying Star country is one of the .bestiiffl'- "' Tiiaiz. -et . Tha- prircipa
h' addition: w tho benourUkcont cH1tkloa .in.1 hat.- urnmlso
this road womA afford to the coinhipr
2 cial. worW. tM-r is aaotKei? itetn that
prere to he of ni a'nu9j imW-jj
-tHuce t Brfw'nwood if- connections
; wpk establi4tMl with .this prosptyonsf
seetion... Th(4two colloges. located. iu
Brownwood old get almost Kry'
.student.1 who would .iinturaUy titrfiT'
a .""locttkm ni close to lhcjr hnpr as.
possible; An when it is possible to;
secure a goof ci)Uege ediicatiou ;at a
1K1t owly tfirty miles. distant; m'ery
i boy "and girl of coliegite ag atid
ainbiddn woid Jn- attraeiwl her-; j
j . A tniiber & th .prominent ritiVc.sJ
j of tfae.fnwn were interviewed and allf
expreH an fearnest desirG to ib J
"road bulh. arfd to help matters In-any j
way. they ennj They. hinted that Rl-!
inz Star's citizens would not be.Vill-
ing to raise a bonus of $2.Q0rt in ml-
dition to tho right of way. It ift to bo;
hoped thai tH matter can be sHtJod
and the road fxtetided by the firHt of
The farms in the Handy land .uv
work. Hor-e shoeing a specialty.
West side square.;
iiig th- drj r ather much hotter.
Uw in hts rouuty Cotton U.
aood rondkion. a wed as
rops -asoM m ihar rtfi4r$. nr.4
Ubuih and a. Tb-- two nr. In
M making nioro iannc- than an
J. Jill- )
$ a bio. on fnni ai RiMtig St$r to
MM a peanut ' fu' or y and furthers
Mjeourac- th Tutiut in rhs im.
- Our n-igblfiB on th- north ' has
Sry hospitable class of Hijxons. The
lavo a way or oiaktirg otio fool at.1
ton if that is trufy 'wcstorii
Ivord of Mr Crush of the Kaiy ays-1
Thit. prominent :railrbader.-l
ivhilo in tho Star h fow day.- ago sajd
hat in his opinion the phra.se "South -
ir.fi iiopitalify" slioubl le t-h.-.afd toj
i at! 'Vi'ti.n' hrtuilitnllti.'' nml- tHri'f
f ' ' - ' '
no turfing Miar ciuzena aro inir
tOtplea pf that brand.
A vory Ro onmnization. known as
he Young .Moil-? I'.oostor Club; stands
mady at all timos both as individual
mu as a body to entertain on and.
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toep ovor in tho forefront the name
if Rising Star
We- are indebted to'
lo Mom T n.fih tho clnl.
1'iosldont T. A. hmltn or the cluo.
i-ivni vi!.. r'if.v nml ntimr-Q 'fnr '
Majoi .Nobi (.io and others tor
curtesies shown while in Rising
Star. v . i
It yon whi iisi your empty uouse?
ith us.- our Mr. Stevenson will bus-
lie around and pet you a good tenant.-
B. SWEKT A SON". 1
LA h I
rii.vi i-..m i in: h v
Buffalo. N. Y Aug. Z0. -Citder the !
huspiros of the Buffalo Mm0r Boat1
lird Yaclit Clubs the first race of th
uift- muiHi w.n.t mi- ujo -y"-.
lenge trophy started today. Tho tro;
phy ts n huge solid silver tankaro.
vSUued a! $2500. It Wtw eutirelj
hand wrought by .(irman silvoyBinitH
fand Is-at loan 400 years Old making -
rone of (ho most valuable prized ever
.Offered In a motor boat aontftst.
lust one month's trial is ajl we want
to convince you that Looiiey's 3 the
place to get your groceries.
"i.3r: - - f -
ir n.t oxn'iug- Kink CotW ThliHtofto'e.!1ol aad ""."T
Till: BROADWAY HOTEL
! .-. C. A Chambers. Prop
Broivnwcotl. - - - Texas.'
Kt SEI.VIM.-E LU DRY COMPANY
Work calb'4 for and lellered
"TUC fp fjC J TLtlCC "
LUlL Ul H It I L !
Tli. ill K n.n..i.. ..I ..r 1...
: ttarns0n ii'nt t o m our
fU nt 'Monaay .itgtu. on tbe uwk-
tllQUhts among many.oth5 wM be
sv$zmml -by. the play.- It is to go
rong arrd thev result ia disgtce and
rnm-unle.'then. . a reformat ion.
Honesty and fidelity brinsa- its r -
. ...... .
i pcamo a luioi v rirrninsijincs
and finally confession la
chance" then he Ijocomes ririi and er
".I t).lliin..Mil n I h.t .1. .!!..
will ovontu..l!y pioail.
mJ oii.4l4 jll-u
from othprs and the w ck-d dia;. con.-;
v Ivl ri A fc ht'r.HlheAit i rtil en Iti tt i'Ky-h
g m"'tu rjjlf j
Imt thoy will aftr a
rtnollotl to oat tLHi own
mn nmf- )f!t Mliv w flr H(t
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Love b stranger than . don th
V T' ' ""
iaiy he loves is a beautiful .;ioij
i. . '
elegantly costumed and you shou d not
raIssjt. : .
i i ' A n f i IUaP Ii !..
Groceries thaVs what you eat; try
b. we- have hut'dreds o'f
)mor3 and we feel contl-
T.J(I .k !r i
ywti 4.111.1. . w" ail "imi j .""un. Liruu
iIerc Ca -
I'.HE IM THI W ILL
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LBliKBIi-VJK W EE-VS lURTII
.ew. .York. "A.lr. 2. -This was a
grk?a.t tTy:ftrr h- Dutch of Now. York
fan( jfrrm-y . Thousand.- of Hoi -
'.iiiiui6r and.Ofraoni of Imth tb-cenf
ij.t.kRd: todav to Little Fail.-. V '..
near jPatterson to hold their anmuu
rennfon In -eJfbratioti of the birthda.v
Of Qpoen. WBbelnrina. The actual an-
mary of -the Queen's birth
eXt Thursday; but it is the c
to .hold the annual observance on Hit
Screen doors" all sizes get
:'i -'. -ir
icooiuu icavueu nci dud vuiiayacu. $
.1. .1. U ES A COMPANY
Local agents for Ed V. Price &
cv... Worlds Fiinuus Tailors.
106 Brown St
Near stand pipe j
FIREMW HAS NO SNAP
3fau ho Slnml Coul- on I.oconio-
ive Earn IUs-Moihm.. "
To a husky young man shoveling
twenty tons of cpnl a day may not
sound like a terrific .-understanding:
hni that is bacan he U$ to appre.
in onantlu. kl c-Mir a tHll
j ft f a
f. and in a momont
wUoniVtr fcp D0 m ifc w
tho - KWWV or um a rep and
.trying to keop his. balance on a jolt-.
inc. jerking plunging steel- deck
tvhiVli trti.J roni:nla2:1jr - nWnli It i in
nit ii 1 1 i riiautwcrj ivj jiiivii nun
hoad first into trie sldo of . tiie cab
i while his los spread. wide apart he
his loss spread wide--apart he
humps ever a scoop. shovel working
with frantic energy to get "coal into
t. f1rAln. Feet .itir.. in. L-M o.rvrt.
WJJe tp rinnJng up
III '-tuail ll4iL in- ALiilUlllll VHU- uif
IHTV I'llllLlIllIill 1 . Ill 1 I 111 14 .
's rongui. lor onunan.y ne w
Iir.-'.. . rrnf fr-stti !. o liolf t
... ...... ....
' tlxr"' tous of oonI inta !h' flrelox !
! every hour. Three tons-rul a half is'
generally rogardeii as tht Mtnit of a
r . u
. firoiiian s capacity but titi? has been
' A ' ni!f
8reAtl on fasted trains
To turn from. the general to the-par
ticular. itn of'tha Lake- Shore's mons-
t.r pacin6 Jw0-inotiyo?. - li -
lnK' 26U'H M?nd. Ruling the west-
hound Twentieth Ceutury Limited
with iu'Vn ears in tfaiMraiii ou a lost
run Ilec 1309 .mn tho run in-
UHU.Toliu and KBwltft 111 2 hours.
ami I ihinutes tin
I. ihinutes on ajt Averar d
of Gi. miles ier jbfei
-a;"- rhfc "-li rt
time eight ami
Voal wre .irotefeifefe: : fflrftx
The nvwr mu
hold ! Tourfcf
'tl?tyB pound -t
. - - t -j -- - -
f ooal. Ta1rfagtferJ?arti 4lKfl-e as
t'1'- a'vra'a- KUitip dV. fireman
bad to tvn; !. oig the tender a
Jour stretch get a Vikovel of coal.
swing it r.ouud and throw; it into ''e
Ilrcbox not aiiywhory but "on. the par-
ticular spot in the noll-'J square inch
of grates that happened to need it most
of- that instant every. 6.2 seconds
from start to finish. . .This is the most
Fresh meats of all klndk Fish and'-
oysters In Season.
20f E. Broadway Phone 56.
Machine Shops and
J. M. Moody W- B. Tongata
NEFF FOUNDRY A MACHINE CO.
420-421' Fagg St.
We work anything in iron inrl steel.
Complete wood working plant in
connection. "If you want it done
right Bring it to us." Phone. 510. .
Boilers inspected and repaired. Gin-
and well auger work wagon and bug- --'
gy work. Horse shoeing.
BARTLETTS PHOTO STUDIO
Successor to Hartung
We make extra good photos. "You.
must be pleased." Sittings by .ap-
pointment. Views a specialty. P. O.
Box 444. Phone J ICS.
CHAMBERS .COMMISSION COXPT.
City Property Farm and Ranch Lands
Business of non-residences given."
paid rents collected.
Office in Broadway Hotel. .
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t KIDD A BELL
'Successors jto Perry & Co. and J. A..
Starues. Land and Insurance.
Office in rar. Coggin National Bank.
Shoes and Hosiery .
THE XUNSON SHOE STORE
; Eugene Munson. Prop.
'Bet quality shoes for men women
iaftd children at lowest posible prices.
: 10 1 Center: Ave Phone 256.
ARMSTRONG .TRANSFER .COMP'Y..
Pas$en?er and Baggage .
Originators of "We Never Miss a
train" Phone 23.
t Undertakers & Embalmers
"j W. Fw PIPER Sc COMPANY
Undertakers and Embalmers
j Telephone 102. 215 Center Ave.
I Open oil Night
DR. C. S. JACKSON & SON
202 N. Broadwaj. Phone 441
remarkable feat of firing for which
authorities figuros are available
and it may also bo submitted as a
marvelous; feat . of: .endurance. Tech '
nlcal Worjd Magazine. ' . '..
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Lap robes 10 per cent; off ajLVCb'oa--: ' .
cy'3 Hardware: - :
HERE'S A BRAND
NEW RACE; WELCOME!
. X;w- York. Aug. 2j A raco of peo-
ple who nver had bohejd a white man.
or an Indian ha boon' discovered la
the Arctii regions of British Colum-
bia by Viihjmar Stefaiison. leader of
the American" Museum scientific expe-. "
F .1 tt ...lit. I. l ll-.. 't inno
df-which left kerej in April. 1903.
according to a letter i received from
him in Brooklyn today.
Mrs. Delia Lon Unable to Stand
.. . c.
un rier reel more iikiii a rcw
Minutes at a Time.
Penderprass. C.a. f'. Delia Long
of this place in a recent letter says:
"For fiyo or six years I suffered agon
couldn't s-ft up more than a
few minutes at a tlmoi and if I stood
on my feet long 1 would faint.
I took Cardtii; an i it helped me im-
mediately. Now 1 can do my work all
the time' and tlon't sufrcr like I did."
Take Cardul whtai dn fcl ill in any.
way waak. tired.-m!.rable or under
tho weather. Card i . is a strength-
building tonic niedh-inf for women.
It has been found to relieve pain and
distress caused by v. nanly troubles..
and is aa'execllcttS ; medicine to have on
hand at'fdl limes.
Carduj acts on the womanly const!-
tution betiding up womanly strength
toning up the nerves. and regulating
the womanly organs.
Its half century of success is due to
merit Ir his. din good to thousands.
- Will yon try it ? It may be just what
you need. Ask your drwgglst about
Cardui. He will recommend it.
N. B. TTril to : Ulin' Advisory Dept..ChtU-
noot .Mf4icln0..Qwitiin(i.Tenn..for Special
Inttructwm an4 M-pje book. "Homa TreUMt
tr Wmu ' uiat It oUi wrooatf. on fUt.
defended Willacy In his absence aritf Wolters.
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