Daily Bulletin. (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 12, No. 276, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 12, 1912 Page: 2 of 6
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AMERICAS GREATEST mo SUIT
N'EVER before the advent of
Frankel Fifteen was $15.00
capable of buying such high
Never before Frankel Fifteen was sold in
our city was so low a price as $15.00
consistent with genteel wearing apparel
always dated "this season" and correct
in every detail and
Never before Frankel Brothers' clothing master-
Eiece appeared on the market was so liberal and
onest a warranty attached to men's clothing
Guaranteed to be all wool and to give satis-
factory service or a new garment
.J . - : I
You cannot go wrong in investing $15.00 in a
Frankel Fifteen it is no speculation.
Call at your earliest opportunity and see these
clothes. The variety is largethe price is
JBy 5UGHAIi KESTER.
Cofromr ity '. farCctaj fount t Conrtr
t nded visit wth relatives.
' Mr. and Mrs. Gillie gav the young'
i people an entertainment one night
! ist week which of course was en-
! loved hv all.
' Judeo's nurnose from the moment it: . . ....
ThrpMnnrlorq nf on hnnr .llnnod . .. ... I. K. L. UOlCRer OI MrOWnWOOU
Jt " existed in the germ s;
Mr;. Tom Cantrell and chl'dren
of Foit Wortu are- tlie guests of Mrs.
iintrell's fat?.er John Watts of.
It ( Ai-r this week.
Cotton picking is the order of the
day. Most people will soon be through.
tis the cotton is opening very fast.
! Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Parker left
j la&t week for Bell county where-
( tiny will make their home in the
t future. Will Boles and family will
1 1 .cup the houso vacated by them.
j Miss Bettie- Kirksey left some few
I 'htys '.iao for Ballinger for an ex-
m ctntn nil ho hrifl .
by then piercing the silence. Murrell ; " en ' "Mdoyed to teach the Rick-
. - ' tiiriVCll lO UIVISIL II 1111 I1I1L III SllWIlIg
ueuia u siiriu wuiaue; il wua twice
repeated; he saw Bess go down to
the landing again.
had been in vain for though . the av
itulee valued Mr MahnlTv heralise ot Vit uhlh Snow is tllfc guest Of
half-hour atoning ntmiitioc whirh hr- . hi' sister. Mi's. Chas. Mathews oi
elapfied and a man issued Trom the profeB8ed to dlsceril henenth the hard Trfckham. this. week.
scattering growth of bushes that crust that made up the external man Misses Jennie Wfrksey and Una
urc.svi tzzt r sxrorT. Tiianaon ast
cabin He was a young fellow teZ'Z ?wST U to' TrVp"?
twenty-four or Ave whose bronzed to nlmBelf perROnal!y to temJer uia hospitals to take p the study of
face wore a reckless expression. sympatny. Miss Malroy must have m"f"- .
Well captain what s doing.? he heard 80metnIng of tne honorable Mrn. Hod wwne in som few days
asked. part hfj had pinyed; 1. Hhe couId aco. rrH Oklahoma accompanied by
I "H anythlng's.to be done now Is not be n gnorance of-th'e fact tnat her fath. r and family.
the time Hues. What have you to tne jaWewa element dreading his fur- Lee Karon mine in last week from
reH?rrtM' 1U . ther activities had threatened tlm. Chicksaha Okln.. where he has been
"Well I've seen the council or each Sne nmst know ton aboit tnat rc. . '
thi? thing " y rP t0 : f flV th0'mnd 0llar3- Cer ' Mr Ilenrv Cole f Tnlpa is in the
this thing off. tainy her grlef conl not bIin h r
. Murrell gave him a moment ot ; t0 tne fact tnat no had met tne gltlI. Su Creek comm.nif this week
moody regard. atIon wltn a largeness or public spirit vt!f'ns frienfe.
"Twice already I've named the day that wag an lnipreSsive iesS0II to the K- K- Reerw is Irnving quite a lit-
and hour but now I'm going to put j entlre community. ' Ho sieknesa in his home severa of
it through!" He Bet his teeth and' Kco ' ! the children tieinir down vrtfh ma-
lUUd. IT vA 7 JUill Lfl II uiwu " " - - --n - -
thruBt out his jaw.
ho and Mahaffy had wrangled and ' larfal fever the past ten days
Captain JOU re tne greatest leilOW hft Mt thnt hlj frfpnd ln aaalrAne to I Ir IVniif inu nnil .Tnmrhlaf Afttc
in America! Inside of a week men keep nlm away from BelIe PJaln was ; oq
who have never been within Ave nun- 8tandIng 8nuarely In his light. He with Grandm-i" Bthrid-e.
dred miles of you will be asking of really couId n0t anderstand Solomon "I? t Brown
each other who .John Murrell is!" or h!g obJectlon8. He pointed out' Th MIsBes Harris went to Brown-
Murrell had expected to. part with that Norton had probably left a will wood faaturda whero the' w en'
Hues then and there and ror all time. no one knew yet probably his es- ter HIgn Sc1001-
but Hues possessed qualities which tate would go to his Intended wife uv Ht8ton is on a visit to the
might still be of use. what more likely? He understood homefolks after being away some
"Hues you must start back acrose Norton had cousins somewhere In four or five months.
' Tennessee. Make it Sunday at mid- middle Tennessee there was the at- a Miss Richerson has been ernploy-
night-that's three days off." Uncon- tractive possibility of extended liUga- : e1 to teach the Jenkins Springs
acioualy his voice Bank to a whisper. tlon. Miss Malroy needed a strong ; schoo we learn
"Sunday at midnight." repeated ciear brain to guide her past those i xr. roV. ' n.ont tr
Hn Hlnwlv jia t.i kl - "SB Mable viliiams went to
nues Biowiy. difficulties his agile rancy assembled t u n
"When you have passed the word in ber path He beamed on his mend ir0wnW00(I. Slnday where sne
into middle Tennessew. turn south and with a wide sunny smile. ntt'r s01- We are sorrj to
make the best of your way to New ' ..you mean she needs a lawyer j 5500001 Monday. "We are sorry to
Orleans. Don't stop ror anything price7" insinuated Alahaffy. ' sive P so tnany of our young ladies
push through as fast as you can. .Tnat 8ap at me 3oomonf g UD ; but wish for them a successful year
You'll And me there. I've a notion worlfay of yoU Just name gome Qne :Jh schooI
you and I will quit the country to- wJH wno ng8 8nown gn lntereBt D p Eaton and wife et for
-ouit th. ftimtfV. Whv o.u.r -omparabIe to mine? I may say I mancho some few days ago where
whoTta k?ng oHulttl Baton wil take up his school
( wno xaiKing or quitting tne coun- affalrs &aA wlth dislntereutedness. I WQrk
17 hare made myself felt. Will you men- ..it.div i a nv -
You speak as though you were tlon wn0 ef5 lne8e Cutthroau have J HAP1 Y JACK.
fool enough to think the niggers trJed to browbet and frighten? They " '
would accomplish something!" said know lh'al my theories and conclu- : On the square Lane & Ethridge
Murrell coolly. "There will be cou Blon8 are a menace to them! I got have a restaurant. It
fuJlo at nrst but there are .nough -em ln a panic Blr prebently some '. . .
white men in the southwest to aan fellow will lose his nerve and light School supplies of all kmds at A.
die a heap better organised insurrec- ouL for tne la timber and It wUI ' P JONES.
tlon than weMl be able to set going. bft juBt Judge slocura Price wno.8 j .
Our fellows will have to use their done the trick no one else!" Thoe tumblers at the 5 &10 Cent
beads as well ax their hands or they . Ar. TOU looking for m onB o Sfore at 2.Vr for six should co Into-
are likely to help the nigger swallow take a pot 8hot at your nqulred Ma-Vthe
bis medicine. I look for nothing else haffy sourly FIT
than considerable of a shake-up along ..your remark unc0vers my fondest ' "
home of every family in town.-
Eat at Delmonico next to Grooms.
At art i i i a .
uie atisHiuippi . . . wnai wun n0D?t Solomon I'd give five years of
jyncners ana reguiwors a man win my ufe Ju8t to 8not attnat would
have to show a clean bill of health rounri out tbe epje of he eUer ROOMS TO RENT. By the week or
to -be allowed to live no matter what i.iv"- mriin th inHcro hoom.H nr. mnnfh nt. the Diiie. farmerlv the
hlte won t Mahaffy with that wide and sunny Blaine Hotel. See R. A. BRYAN. d277
smile of his. " '
has been provided. A. P. JONES.
It is said that girls who lisp are
his color Just being
help him any!"
o you re rignt. it worn ana ..Why do.t you let the Doy go ( .ortijanv invite the College boys
again Hues gave way to easy laughter. alone price?" suggested Mahaffy. He ; and girls to call at our store for
"When you've done your work you lacked that sense of sublime conh- i lajr supplies Everything you need
BtriKe souin as i ten you anu join uence in me juage s tact and discre-
me. I'm going to keep New Orleans tlon of which the judge himself en-
for myself it's my ambition to de- tertained never a doubt
stroy the city Old Hickory saved!" "I shall not obtrude myself Solo-
"And then it's change your name raon; I .shall merely walk out to Belle
and strike out for Texas with what Plain and leave a civil message. I
you've picked up!" know what's due Miss Malroy ln her
"No. it. isn't! I'll have my choice or .bereaved state she has sustained no
men a fiver full of ships. Look ordinary loss and in no ordinary
here there's South America or some fashion. She has been the center or
of those islands In the gulf with a a striking and profoundly moving
black and tan population and a few tragedy! I would give a good deal to
white juongrels holding on to clviliza- know If my late client left a will "
tlon by their eye-teeth; what's to "You might ask her" said Mahaffy
hinder our setting up shop tor. our- cynically. "Nothing like going to
selves? Two or three hundred Amer- headquarters for the news!"
; leans could walk off with an island "Solomon Solomon give me credit
' like Haytl for instance and It's for common sense go further and
black with niggers. What we'd done give me credit for common decency!"
hero would be Just so much capital Don't let us forget that ever since we.
down there. We'd make It a stamp- "nme here she has manifested a
Ing-ground for the Clan! In the next ! charmingly nospltable spirit where we
two years we could bring ln a couple are concerned!"
of thousand Americans and then we'd "Wouldn't charity hit nearer the
be ready to take over their govern- mark Price?"
raent whether they liked It or not : "I have never so regarded It Solc-
and run it at a profit. We'd put tho mon." said the judge mildly. "I have
niggers back in slavery where they read n different meaning in the beef
lining nmi uat ihnm nt wnrlo rnislnir and flour and notatoes she's sent here.
sugar and tobacco for their own boss- I expect if tbe truth could be known W
es. Man it's the richest land in tbe to us sue is wondering m tne midst j.
world I tell you and the mountains of her grief why 1 haven't called but ;j
aro full of gold!" f she'll appreciate the considerate del-.' j
Hues had kindled with a ready en- ; licy of a gentleman. I wish it were j;
thuslasm whllo Murrell was speaking. . possible to get cut llowers in this
"That sounds right captain we'd 1 cussed wilderness!" J
have a country and a Hag of our own . The Judge had been occupied with
- and I look at those free -niggers as ! a simple but irr?nlous toilet. Ho 1
just so much boot!" had trimmed tho frayed skirts of his
"I shall take only picked men with cdat; then by turning his cuffs in-iiio-I
can't give ship room to any side out and upside down a fresh sur-
othcr but I want you. You'll Join me fnco made its first public appearance. I A i i A Zfin
in New Orleans?" said Murrell. ; Next his shoos had engaged his at- j VCi. 1 V?
isliphtl higher from some
!1 the Way"
Wny Coloiiixf Tlckcls on
Sept. 25 to
y ''When do you start south?" asked tention. They might have well dis-
J Hues quickly. couraged a less resolute and resource-
' "Inside of two days. I'vo got somo ; ful character but with the contents
; private business to settle betoro I j of nls Ind well he artfully colored his
Heave. I'll hang round here until J wnit 'rn socka wnere they showed
' that's attended to."
J. W. Jennings
through th? rifts ln the leather. This
the Judge did gaily now humming a
snatch of song now listening civilly
' to Mahaffy. now replying with undls-
j turbed cheerfulness. Last or all he I
' clapped his dingy beaver on his head.
The Judae Extends His Credit.
That afternoon Judge Price walked ; v'n ' n Indescribably Jaunty
out to Belle Plain. Solomon Mahaffy j a"(1 ffPP t0 th "oor.
had known thnt this was a civility ' We" wBn me 'ck. Solomon. I'm
6EE 00B "VVLM)0W VISIV Y OF FRANKEL l.r.00.
Betty Malroy could by no means es-
BR0WMV00D TEXAS cape. He had hu? eftnsclous of tho
off come Hannibal!" he said.
(TO BE CONTINUED)
on train ( mery Tuesday
and on Thursday Oct 10
.k for our California book-
lels. They are free.
For detail information see San-
ta Fe airent or address
W. S. hcenan. '. V. A
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Daily Bulletin. (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 12, No. 276, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 12, 1912, newspaper, September 12, 1912; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth346125/m1/2/?q=yaqui: accessed February 22, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Howard Payne University Library.