Daily Bulletin. (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 9, No. 39, Ed. 1 Monday, November 30, 1908 Page: 2 of 8
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J. C. TfjJAKLET First Yke FreiHeit
J. A. WALKER Seceaa Yke Freskteat
MILLARD BOMEfES Cashier
TTJt B. CE0SS Agglstaat Cwkkr
A. P. FOED Assistant Caskkr.
Tdc Daily Bolietia
3CATES PELTDG CO. Props.
WILL II. MAYES Xanaglag Editor.
C. A. TC"ELL City Editor.
E.E.KLBKPATEICK Associate Editor
n. F. MAYES Easiness Manager.
E. C. SEITZ Pally Clrcalator.
W. B. DULA Foreman Mech. Dept.
Entered at the Brownwood PostofOcc
as Second Class Mail Matter.
Sabscriptlon Per Month 50c
M0DAY SOYEMBER 30 190S
It. Is hard to go through a rainy
spell in Brownwood without doing
some boosting for the sidewalk
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It looks like the man in the Brown
wood country who has had the fore
sight to plant a crop of wheat or oats
is to be in luck again nest year.
The man with a few fat hogs in
his pens is independent of the meat
trusts for another year at least
-Every farmer should endeavor to get
in this independent attitude as soon
Just as soon as Brownwoods bonds
can be approved and sold work will
probably begin on that $25000 school
building on the old Central school
site in order to get it ready for the
opening in the fall without having to
rush the work too much.
With the beginning of the new year
Brownwood ought to get a new move
on itself for park improvement A
park commissioner should be elected
by the city council and a reasonable
sum appropriated for maintainance
and improvement of the parks of the
If the. states of the south all pass
compulsory education laws and en-
force them the cotton question will
be settled-and there will be no more
grumbling about low prices of cotton.
Ir is the child and woman labor in
the cotton fields that is responsible
more than all other things for the
low price of cotton.
The well lighted streets in the
down-town part of Browhwood at-
tracted much favorable attention
while there were so many visitors
here last week. The matter of arc
lights at all the railway crossings
should be speedily pushed for they
are very much needed to safeguard
the life of the people who have to
cross these roads.
Center' Avenue with its fine string
of ceWent walks almost completely
lining tb.h sides of the street will
soon be a thing of beauty as well as
Next month is the
time to trade with
"Terry Sells the Best"
"Terry Sells Produce"
utility. Fisk street and Hand are
not much behind Center Avenue in
this regard and a few months ought
to bring about the same condition in
many other parts of the city. Good
walks are j essential to the qomfort of
The man who prefers the one-horse
town to the progressive hustling city
should not in justice to the great
majority who prefers better things
stand in the way of the progress of
a place but should move out and set-
tle where one-horse conditions will
likely continue. There is room
enough in this great big world to
please all people and there is no good
to come from cultivating a grumblng
disposition because things are not to
The anti-;prohibitIonists are organ-
ized and declare that their first ef-
forts will be to attempt to defeat the
will of the people as expressed In the
primaries by inducng at least eleven
senators to vote against submission.
It Is this spirit on the part of the
liquor interests that defies the will of
the people that has brought about
the demand' for state prohibition.
Organized anti-prohibition is nothing
Iuss than organized opposition to the
will of the people If that be necessary
to accomplish its purpose.
The Bulletin thinks that the city
council 'of Brown wood" and the Brown
County Commissioners did exactly the
right thing in making an appropria-
tion for. paying for part of the ex-
penses of securing the free tubercu
losis exhibit during the carnival.
These bodies' donated $50.00 each
while the citizens of Brownwood paid
the other $100.00 necessary to obtain
it the result being -that about 15000
people visited the exhibit and most of
them heard he instructive lectures
that we're givn and all without any
cost other than paid by the county
few of the public spirlt-
HrJ ctid Co.'t.
"What." asked the teacher "does
"That's a kind of eon!." -said little
"Yes Anthracite coal -Is what we
call hard ual. So 'anthracite must
mean 'hard.' Now. can you tell me
what 'bituminous' means?"
"That's coal too." Willie replied.
"But it isn't the same kind of coal
that anthracite is. Is it? Bitumlnou.H
coal Is what we commonly refer to as
soft coal. Now. Willie let us see If
you can form a sentence containing
the words anthracite and bituminous."
Willie tin unht the matter over for a
moment ami then-suid: . .
"Ilere's one: 'This morning Iwfore
pa started downtown ma wanted $5
for groceries and things and she tried
to get It by saying bituminous words
but pa gave her an anthracite look
and when he disappeared around the
corner she was weeping bltumlnous-
ly.' "Atlanta Constitution.
A popular actress recently visited
Chicago's Ghetto seeking a samovar.
In that strange section of cosmopolitan-
ism she heard a "new one." "As I
turned a corner" said the lady "the
boy's mother had him by the ear and
in her uplifted raised hand there was a
menacing barrel stave. 'I'll learn ye to
tie the kettle to the cat's taiir she yell-
ed in wrath. 'It wasn't our cat!' cried
the frightened boy. 'No. It wasn't our
rat almost shrieked the enraged moth-
er 'but It was our kettle!' "
Here and there on an Atlantic liner
In midocenu sailors with pots of paint
and huge brushes painted cowls stan-
chions rails everything they could
reach. Suddenly droppiug his brush
one of these sailors rushed to a man
in a black suit.
"Oh sir" he cried distressfully
"you've sat down on . fresh white
With a roar the man leaped to hi
feet curved himself acrobatically and
stared at the seat of his trousers.
"But I've got a bottle of benzine In
my bunk" said the sailor. "I'll rcu
and get it. I'll have j-our pant fill
right In a-JIffjV
Soon the pants were all right aad
the man ere he strolled Jauntily off
(a little wet and smelly perhaps) gave
the sailor a quarter.
"That's the' third today. Bill" the
man said to his mate. "I tell you
what with all this paintin' us Jackles
do durn nenr as well on tips as the
"That's right" said Bill. "I made a
dollar myself yesterday with that little
bottle of benzine."
"What are you stopping for John?
If we don't' hurry we'll miss our
"You can go on If you want to. Ma-
ria. I'm going to see how they get
that balky horse started.'
the city nd a
ed citizens qi
" SOMETHING CMS UAL
The article Son the front page of
lust week's issue of the X-Ray-Record
relative to the' Wichita and Southern
railroad bulldiiig this way should-have
been credited to the Brownwood Bul
letin. The poof reader marked it
but the printer got careless and left
it off. Rising (Star Record.
The Bulletin wants to see Editor
Brigham and shake his honest hand.
There are papers that deliberately
steal any article they can get hands
on without credit but these are few.
Eut when an accident does occur and
credit is not given it is rare Indeed
that one will take the time and
trouble to explain the" matter after It
is all over. The Record Is an exception.
The newest and neatest tonsbrlal
parlor in Brownwood is the John Bar-
ber shop on Baker street Pleasant
and smoothe shaves stylish haircuts
and the most courteous treatment is
what you get there.
Next door to the Dulci.
JiEW SHIPMENT OF
LOWNEY'S BOX CAKDD2S.
The drayman delivered us yester
day fresh from the factory a big ship
ment of Lowney's Box Candles and if
you are a competent judge of candy
you know that there is .no better In
the town. We also received ana are
now offering for sale a number of
baskets of fine Catawba grapes tho
kind that have mado Lake Keuka New
York famous. We are selling them
at 35 cents a basket
KAN EASTER'S KANDY KITCHEN.
Out of a Job.
Minister Is your father working
now Johnny? Small. Johnny No. sir.
Minister Why. only last week he told
me he had a job Small Johnny Yes
sir. But the man he was working
died. Chicago 'News.
Against God's wrath no castle Is
Ihunder proof. Spanish Proverb.
Thought of Him.
Papa Are you sure' that you and
mamma thought of me while you were
away? Grace Yes; we heard a man
kicking up a great row about his
breakfast at the hotel and mamma
said "That's Just like papa."
Howell now many meals a -day do
you have? Powell Two. We have
breakfast and then it takes my wife
until dinner time to decide what to
have for luncheon. New York Press.
The only serious and formidable
thing in nature Is will. Emerson.
Tho Children's Friend.
Mr. C a distinguished lawyer of
Boston was on his way to Denver to
transact some Important business.
During the afternoon he noticed in tb
opposite section of tho Pullman a
sweet faced tired appearing woman
traveling with four small children.
Being fond of children and feeling
sorry for the mother he soon made
friends with the little ones. Early
tho next morning he heard their eager
questions and the patient "Yes dear""
of the mother as she tried to dress
them and looking out he saw a small
white foot protruding beyond the op-
posite curtain. Reaching across the
aisle ho took hold of tho largo toe
and begnn to recite "This little pig
went to market: this little pig stayed
at home." The foot was suddenly
withdrawn and a cold quiet voice
said "That is quite sufficient thank
Mr. C. hastily withdrew to the
smoker where he remained until tho
train arrived In Denver. Good Housekeeping.
Meals and Brains.
We give too much thought to our
meals for Instance. They need con-
triving and It is pleasant to have them
set temptingly upon a table on which
fresh flowers are arranged and to eat
them In a room wherein there is not a
speck of dust but it is not right that
our bodies should -be fed at the expense
of our souls or that the dust should be
taken from every ledge In our house
and left to gather thickly In our brains.
Frank About It.
Shoo Store Salesman What size
would you like madam? Miss Larjun
I'd like a No. 2 but there's no use
talking about that You may as well
bow me your No. 5'a. London Tele
Bargains Jn Gity Property.
reat three room house in Valley
View Addition lot 50x50 feet price
$440 $100 cash balance $10 per month.
'New four room house In Cleveland
Addition lot 100 feet front price
$1050 $350 cash Balance on terms
to suit purchaser.
iFour room house in Fanners Addir
tlon lot 50x100 feet to a fifteen foot
alley price $600 small cash payment'
and balance on monthly payments j
KLDD & BELL
Land and! Insurance.
One Was Enough.
"Papa why didn't you wear a pair
last night r
"A pair of what. childS"
"A pair of skates."
"What does tho boy mean?"
"Why. Bill the coachman told the
cook that you hud a lovely skate oh
last night when you came home." Ex-
change. He Forged.
Trotter When young Blffkins left
college a few years ago ho declared he
was. going- to forge his way to tho
front Did he make good? Homer-
As a forger yes. He's now occupying
a front row cell In the penitentiary.
: Your Fall Suit
Will please you in fit
style and workmanship
W. L. MOORE
Over Gilliam Bros. Store.
YOU OLD SUIT
Can be made to look as pood as
new by my process of cleaning
TBY THE DALLY BULLETIN' FOB
OXE MOXTII 0TiY 50 CENTS.
BROOKE SMITH & CO.
Brownwood Texas. Capital Paid in $300000.00
THE BEST SECURITY ON EARTH IS EARTH ITSELF; REAL ESTATE.
BESIDES 01R URGE CAPITAL
the partners in this bank own over $500000.00 Unincumbered
Real Estate every dollar of which is an Additional Guarantee
to our Depositors.
"With resources of over 81000000.00 wo aro prepared to tako
care of all business entrusted to us.
With experience gained through Thirty-Three Years of Con-
tinuous Banking Business in Brownwood and Conservative
Management wo feel Confident that wo can Tako . Good Caro of
tho accounts of the Farmer tho Merchant tho Individual and
the Banker of this section.
Wo get the Cotton Markets by wire continuously through
tho day and will furnish markets to any one desiring them eith-
er in person or by phone. Wo assist tho farmers in making
sales of cotton and when markot is not satisfactory tickots can
be left with us to sell when desired price can be pbtalnfed. We
make no charge for these services.
Wo have Commodious Vaults and Abundant Room for the
Deposit of Valuable Papers.
For those that have money that they wish to draw interest
we will find Good Real Estate Paper that will pay 8 per cent.
This is a much better rate than Banks pay on Certificates. We
have done this" class of business for our customers for many
years and havo never made a bad loan nor lost them a dollar.
Wo havo the Best Individual Depositors' Combination
Pocket Bank Book in existence. Open an account with us and
ask for one of these Substantial Books.
We Lead in the Upbuilding of our City and County; We
ought to Load in Business. Wo Refer to All Who Know Us.
Your patronage is Solicited Strictly upon our Merits. We
would bo Pleased to have your Banking Business and will
Handlo it most efficiently.
ROOKE SMITH & COMPANY
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Mayes, Will H. Daily Bulletin. (Brownwood, Tex.), Vol. 9, No. 39, Ed. 1 Monday, November 30, 1908, newspaper, November 30, 1908; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth346414/m1/2/: accessed November 15, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Howard Payne University Library.