Daily Bulletin. (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 113, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 27, 1908 Page: 1 of 4
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E. B. HENLEY & CO
. B. HENLEY 0.
SROWNWOOD TEXXS THTRSDAY FEB. 27 1908.
Rankin Sheet J(ctal Works
&heet Metal an Tin Work
DAMAGED Elf FLAMES
TWO FIKKS IX A XI WIT DKSTKOY
UO.MK AND l'KOPKUn.
Are You Satisfied?
Do you set fresh tender meat when you
order? If not phone us once and try our
service- We keep the best. We have any-
thing in the meat line. We have a big
supply of Hams Spareribs Brains Pig feet
Sous e Boiled Hams Pickled Pig Feet
Brookfield Pork Sausage Head Cheese.
Prompt service and courteous treatment
Ratliff & Ratliff
(EVIDENCES OF INCENDIARISM
Homo oV V ill .Martin Hums to the
K round Family Hardy Ks-
rapes Without Injury.
Two tiros in a nhdit is a now record
that Urownwood established last ulsht.
About 1 o'clock the tiro alarm was
sounded culling the department to the
Weakloy-CTiiiKinnn warehouse on l.eo
street The building was burning on
the side and showed conclusively that
it had been set on tiro. .The department
quickly extinguished the thunes and re
turned to the station.
The tircmau had hardly reached
their homos mi hour later before a
second alarm was turned in tor Will
Martin's homo in Kast Urownwood
FIN II VlfTAIW IQ UAN
r AGAINST OIL OCTOPUS
foreme Court Declines to Grant Applications
For Writs of Error and Million Dollar Pen
alty and Receivership Cases are Settled
So Far as State Courts can Go.
This time the department was a Utile j 0
slow netting out and the homo. tosoth- 0
with its contents was a total los j
Mr. and Mrs. Martin won' awakened j
to i he tirsbaljtnu mul Mr.-Martin sot . X
up but did not notice anything un- X
'usual about Ills home. They wi-ro M
awaKonou a secpua nine uy nu iism
' in- the rooin .ahii . Jumped nt
'ih.- building without injurs -While m
telephoning Miv Martin had bin hair . 36
ini;'d Neither he or Mrs". Martin had : g
.time to t their clothes hero re quit - )
jtuiK the house H Ue time tne uro
lbo tvaehed the Ore the bouse was
j past saing and thev save their at-
tention to the adjoining bouse owned
is a Little Early
If vntt ar trStntincy nf ntirtfnor n
Matting in that room or rooms this Spring I would be pleased
if you would call and examine;my line of Floor Coverings.
Matting in plain and fancy
weave at 20 25 30 QEr
and ... - OU yard.
Austin Tesas. Feb. Sil.-Attorney
General Davidson achieved another
-vat victory today. The supreme
court rafotsed tle application of the
Waters; Tterce Oil Company for a writ
k " i rror in both the rcvership case
a id the ouster nod imwltycH.se. thus
111 faet thonotron of the supivmeeourt
today sustains every contention and
allocation made by Attorney (leneral
l)avidon when he instituted uit
arainstlhis branch of the Standard
Oil lYunpnn'y to drive it fc:a ti:
liotxleps of Texas.
The a.montmeni f Stat
3:ahst thfcwithw so lr as Robert KefchanU lo iafrk coarse o: t:.
a'e ctwtrtss goerjed. Tlie hijrli - property ami Husines of thi enni a
t: anal did -"iidr optoiefn in ton n'tuded as iftiner and . i !
t -nrai?fi s i ner 4 oes in re-1 ' .
- y I wrTT " . .. n.WN of thecomas aot-.on ni. i.
Vv T"J "T-TTh. " and clerks iVtf:
. sklrrrinp 'lJ flork lut the oUlco of Attorn
? - ...... -.. ... . orti
ri c Mition of the court Ivnlxy Hns
t'iW aKWk minios of tile Thin!
xortofaw hi into such w has
a T ihat its ndin?s re pmper uv carp aml whilo
Aif'T iui tor vv v
C inclodiwy tiw vcrdkt oftiw jury
linir ihe coocem tniw Texas and
assessinsr a penally aainst it amount-
r j to Jl0MWVft. Also that the re-
v.xry of the WaUrs Pierce Oil Com-
5 any Into Texas in 1W0 was accom--Vsiedtlirouj:h
fraud and decept'on.
nd for thirty uuhus his dpuitai :;t
was tiuefl witn vistiors eaetj au' v to
jmsp lis hand. Tle attorn. jtn-:al
took the victory with beconwri ii d-
tnarkel lus o:V.eial
he expressed binst'f
as lK"isr pleased with the court's nc-
t.ou. h would not say anything for
dust as soon as Governor Campbell
heard the news he called Judjre David'
son up over the phone and warmly
RECEIVER IS NAMED
I OK THE IXTKIIX TI0XA1 AM)
iRE.VT 0KT11EKS UAUAA.
RAILROAD DOESJOT CONTEST
InscUtncj and Inability to Meet OWN
pitlons to Tarry Out IraproTc-
mcnt.N Arc the Causes
The I. JtC N. Knilwny has boon
-raced in thohantts ot a rectuver
of Judre A. P. McCor
U V r-
I Worth at 4 o'clock yestenlay it f tor-
Papers in the case wore drawn up at
New Orleans and wore O'ore psod
uponhy dudsv MetVrmick and the
nwiver order was entered Tuesday
February S.V Judgx Freemnn at
ptvsont general solicitor ot the Ttuxas
& Pacific railway; T S: MUlor of the
firm ot Coke Miller & Coke of Dal-
las and Hon George Thompson local
attorney ot thw Intornatianal & Groat
Northern filed the papers.
The bill of the Mercantile Trust Co.
is voluminous in lomrth and ots
forth that the complainant is the
trostoe ot a lam number of bond
- Pntt.wl States circuuiiuddiusi. holdmir an uim-mHiw'.
lntittjr Judtn T. J. Krei'-K.Hjountins? to over $00v)tHW.
wwcoiwot the International aMt alleys that the International
Great Northern Railway Co.nnd tho jtjn.a Northern Uatlroad Co. has
t mpUinVot the Mercantile Trust Co. I faUed to pay and made default in the
o! New YorK aioa which the receiver I pyniont of certain interest on certain
was named with the consent ot the dctuonds to the amount of tV.4ti20 and
adant company w fileti in tl Vhat the International t Great North-
lti;tCAl States citvuit court in Fort wn Uailwad Co. is insolvent and un-
" . 'able to meet its oporatinvr expenses
1 'atd obligations and to defray the
cost of improvements etc
1 ' An mpearaww in the International
Grt Northern Uailmad Co. nas
i fihnl by JttdRi N A. SUHlnan4 xnteir
toother with a consent ti ttu ap
pointment of a veiwr. i wir uos
situation the bill virtually sohes
ltelt into a voluntary petition in
bankruptcy by tlie International v
GivatNovtlern UUd o
iahiI 1 the twiw w- 'ivi a.
; Show Window
Wek4 3rate Jm display
the )xtlt 4 wn. liwjH
.twice MWin t lvs4 i iits hill
i int an nWRl ls l
i!.txv and dudjje 1-Wban ll m
J if v in Dallas this Hnmtltiff and form-
1 atV assu chai of the tnv
t ptlHM ty vt the vompahy
How Wvwd YtM phene m
t Van Camp ilomlny
)mmUy pxwfcvHl Ho sttv call tor
VftU Catnp tt'iHM w-anl th lnU
We have a good
farm located 10
miles front Brown
wood on rural
route and tele
phone line. Will
sell same at $16.50
per aerc and will
as part payment
and fcivc easy
terms on balance.
There art: 208
acres in the tract
85 in cultivation
hows lint well
and iind-mill and
in desirable com-
house on land.
Possession can he
had at onec
Owner in bad
health is reason
for sale. A bar-
gain to the taker.
Fancy Carpets Sultana grade
at 35c per yard.
Ingram Wool. Carpels at 7Cp
40c 50c and - - - - Jt
new Carpet Linoleum or m
G feet wide
yarn uoc oc
7 1-2 feet -wide $1.25 and $1.50
Seamless Rugs 9x12
worth $20.00 at only
Electra worth $30.00 at
seiis i! One price and For Less.
'WMXS wRrtHw lflrtB
t-v UmU-iN Kmc and occupied to
Cims IVrkvr U rtMiuuvd the th-
. v:si Knui of worts to save this house
Martin carried ttisuisiuce to the
iiuiount of pucon Ids homo hut the
furniture was nut covered. Damage
is. oMtmated at $l.oa.--
The house occupied ly Parker was
badly damaged and the household ef-
forts were damaged ivy water and by
heiuK removed in a rush. .
The tires Kith fclve evidence of in-
eoudiarism The one at MartinV
home started Inside of the house hut
started In a. closet away from the
Man ntvcuivnd Ahuut the Hettvlnl
Home hate Last Nisid.
Some passerby noticed a man prowl
Ins around the Itonctnt home late last
nlsht and came to town for the of
ueers He failed to tlned them at the
usual haunts and he wry. promptly
telephoned to Mr Uoh llenctnt who
the absence of t 11. Itonctnt and ttonl-
ly occupies the home. Mr Uonclul
hurried down alalra and as he did o
hoanl a man hurriedly quit the gal-
lery The mat disappeared tn the
dark and no trace of htm could be
Notice apiead in yesterday IVttly
ltullottn of the death of Mr. Floyd
tMopor and stated that he wild be
burled today hut oi account ot some
mts-onnncotton the remains did not ar
i(w and will not roach hero till to
iuonvwmorutn. It 1 likely that the
remains will he carried directly ftun
itvo train to the cemetery whew the
mu. ral services will immediately lake
Tlie Uvrtc tov oiventn ntfcht vtll
!iiw a bt neXy pmratn
Our stock is complete and wc arc prepared to lit you
with Glasses to your satisfaction ll your eyes trouble
you come sec us.
ARMSTRONG JEWELRY CO.
SKNATOU UKINVAX IXYITVU
WILL MOST LIKELY ACCEPT
HNwtaUi mul PrUhvy fttlr i
oil wnmiM. T
Vtteml thn Mwttnit.
. t h eeonoxted that all shwov to the
HiMtWn ehtb petti ton ho pvvwnt
nve tmvunvt tontsnt wv tne pur
of wiftAnUtnyt. Alt ttleln w the nt-
torney wewt ave ttKwtw vpieaiei
to Iw vreett tv atctpae
r. lirtnuati Ueeeheil Vhone MeKK
AsKtnc Ulm to Open t'ampalw t
That Ht) Stttwntay
Senator Atvh tlvtunnn tht mornluK
retvtved a phone tneane hxm ttraity
tnvttlm tdm to come to that city n
wwli rnnn next atuntay and open
campalRti for re-election Mt tlrln-
nan will moxt likely awept the ttwlta
tton ot the ltrady people and 'will de-
liver an nddresa there on that date It
K nlo pvAibabte that representative
denkttis wttt nceomtuy tt tlrtuttan
Ni candidate has yn announced aa
at optvonont to Mt tlrtnnan alOionh
tno than one lias iveen inentloul h
the Italtey nillowvra ot thin etty wh n
cannot forgive the tUwnwood tww
Aiding awtnut the xnewtton of
ltomeAVood tmt phtwwi ttv dllft
1. l .lVvltngvlMrtrt.lMtv trnnd
t;attl Uttlev otviVxna ti ot nvnt
nhs wilt ho in lVViwdVllnmhV
ntiitht and wttt nvtet with te Vvl
loiWv U h twnA HM & ttew
nnce h.e pwntt wtlclsate in the
VcwvV. . h lb lhkxNv tv
e tho ftw Wvwthfc t the lyvlo
tn thehMd ntsUU lleanvl wow nMvnva
Our New Quarters
Arc partly respon-
sible for the Uvcry
business vc a doing
but not wholly so
The people know that
I never send out an
inferior rtg ami that
my horses uretltebest
If you want i neat
buy ami a good
hovse any hour tn the
ty phone n III
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Mayes, Will H. Daily Bulletin. (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 113, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 27, 1908, newspaper, February 27, 1908; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth346036/m1/1/: accessed June 25, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Howard Payne University Library.