Brenham Banner-Press (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 43, No. 7, Ed. 1 Monday, April 5, 1926 Page: 2 of 4
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peace and happiness which mean
home—how he will be pissed from
that circle no words can tell.
an undeniable /act that characters don't grow the
It takes stress, and strain, and sadness, and eVen
mistakes, but they’ll learn quickly., She’ll begin to
d aki.,7 «>**• -nd values.
6 plans to buy, to find out all
regular reader of advertise-
•« much ; fe warn,
to A" &*“’
■’DP nances, the linoleums and draner»»« Tk- ’ii'i i • electric
v^ti^ent. i„ thi. y?n'y " U1P “ * «t-
■^Aw"VKs"e >« du<ie. «.Uy
young—through the speedy years she'll ret.' * W V’** ?' 9^e heep
eyed, merry £reshn™ ”“>* •» ’het d>lni„B
r.S t'S. £,■; '“»■
shine when she speaks of him. “Me and the boy friencT
'll be grown up. Man and wife.
. savings tweount, eeonomi^ P "' '“** 'O f,“ A bu<|gel.
jy They’ll make
5l ^n.ny in tJie •P'nding of
she 11 begin to read about the
■he can about them. She’ll become
you haw told me. Whati.it?
» <* six or eight largo orangM during the day. to
here la no food value in oranges."
dded 300 or 600 calorie, a day to her diet!
food more than thes. system need*, will add to
pound a day, or 45 pound, a year)
tant the knowledge of the fuel or caloric values
BANNER - F*REShi
In our sorrow we only know t
brain is "at rcat, the heart that beat
no waking, we do not see that glad
can't throw off
•and gaining I. the only one for
larger bottle is more economical.
(Copyright 1925 by The George Matthew Adams Service)
plenties of the physical life aren’t of much consequence,.after all.
Brenham's Explosive Feed Store
Fred Hemeke, Prop.
, REAL ESTATE and
Office Over Nauck's
. . tution t
this community R coroii
to use these many facih
' promotion of its many I
Also Distributor of.
American Maid Flour
“IT PAYS TO
For Men, Womi
Main .Street C
IT IS A WELLJCNOWN FACT'
tljat if Chickens are properly
fed they grow quicker, weigh
more and lay better.
The Feed That Will Insure
These Things Is
misery, to make characters unfold and develop; and so withhold-
ing the great secret from a man just'to keep him quiet isn’t ne-
Order today and see what it will.
do for your flock.
been Stopping rheumatism by building
up red cells In the blood
for generations. ‘ It will A
do the same for you. I f r C I
& 8. 6. also cleanses \ . g /.
your skin of blemishes— Wi-uuu^i
increases your appetite N.
-i-'Puta power and
strength Mud energy In your body. Get
MfflkT CUTTING AND
We have the knack of pleasing
our customers because we pay
particular attention to their or-
ders. ■ When half a dozen chops
- are asked for we .cut off six,-not
.seven- Then we put them on
- the scales and the customer sees *
the weight. Then, too, those
'*"2 eorfic to us for their meats
kndw that everything is fqesh
and of the best.
FrDENBECK 4 BO88E
closing eyes, Shine thru the gloom
and point me to the skies” there to
see your dear one, y
“Asleep in lhe arms of Jesus.’’*
Mrs. Q. A. Seward.
Rut look to the glad dawn of
side .your dear one ^alks,
not, fail not, he is not dead,
8. 8. 8. helps Nature bufld baak
your blood to Mating strength— builds
red-blood-cells by the millions! Rad
-blood purifies the system — rheuma-
tism is driven right out.
. 25 Calories
.. 75 Calories
welcome by that beautiful river, but
"someday we will understand," our
achiirg hearts tell only with our grief
400 Caiones tlim u right out.
x before 0<thls wonderful relief yourself!
Thowands are doing It! 8. 8. 8. has
* LIFE INSl
LEE CURRY. .
Southland Life 1
FOR COUNTY J
J. H. Chappefl
Sam D- W. Low
FOR COUNTY CL
C. B. Thompson,
FOR TAX COLLE
F. V. Hoffmann ’
W. F. Witte
FOR TAX ASSESSOR
U- J- Wiikening,
FOR COUNTY 1
Miss Sophie He
Office 80S St. Charts
Subject to the >
cratic Primaries in
The modern busineat i
• on credit and the con
It’s always beat to be ready for
• he emergency.
* J*ee tsat your medicine cabinet
When a doctor telle a man when and hew ho will reach his end,
the doctor han merely enabled that man to regard definitely an
event that he haa theretofore regarded indefinitely.
And should a man be kept i< ignorance of that coming exper-
ience, even though it would depress him? The things that are the
merriest for people aren’t the things that are always the best for
ills a man that he is going to die, the doctor
anything new. The man. has always known
in educational lines, be served his
county in the legislature, then- retired
from public life, going -tvitji his
brortiyr into nrtrcanfile life, Tor* ”seve-
rurfged Mt. ef C’s’vr-.
Easter day, ’’Christ is Riaei^
By Lulu Hunt Peters. M I) /
THE SMALL APPETITE MYTH
t there might be some light eaters among the corpulent frater-
U- . . - ---— AUUirss yuur iviter.
• J’SJwnu* pn,>e' *akf them as brief as possible, NOT OVER
wO W JRDS, and tyjM* or write them legibly with'mlf. Please sign your
name as evidence of go<<d faith --we will not use it in any way. I appre-
ciate very much the beautiful letters you send me and regret it is impos-
sible to give you Individual advfee. The questions you ask will be answered
rn th^ ‘^U thXK •”* °f genera) interest. Don’t
forget the STAMPED, HELF-ADDRESSED ENVEf.OPf' if you expect me
to send you the information I have offerSl. ‘
<MONEY BACK, IF NOT SATISFIED
I «tv(»Vtim flfld Vmihistcr to
t make him value old friends as he has not done
i might be things that he would need to do before
physical doing was gone.. *
take Mm think about his own sjiiI, and . send him
ection. And thus, in spite of the gloom of the sha-
he rested, his last days might really be sweeter;
teayg hg|ii)>d him memories of him.*ud£ ~th«>t wwrt>
•at iwxlntdy at the table—but what amounts they atore
nealal * .
t is fruit. but more often It la candy or nuts or ice-cream
terrifically high in Calories. Many people have the idea that
°^er ypw’ plca'*e retnember to en-
ESSED ““vcIqdj} feta.rma^your. full name
1:u! years be bus been our most effi-
cient p.^t r. Mr. Shannon’s
mini was u-pbi. with historical lore.'
he fflhount that I judged a woman ot
. Still skeptical. I enquired.: “What
into past hn.t ,r\ ‘of Washington co-
.. uilLy, gladly etindying data to thoSt
interested in the past of Independ-
ence. He was an ardent lover and
superintendent of jhe Sunday school,
never absent front his |>ost, no matter
how inclement the weather, the pillar
upon which the Baptist church leaned
and drew its supporf^in this locality.
As a public citizen. Mr. Shannon’s
desire was to upbuild this little town,
as a fricml lie, was sincere, as a broth-
er. the one to whom all looked up to
and consulted, as a home maker, his.-
-protecting love, drew its cordon
I around bothers and sisters binding
FOR COUNTY ATTO
FOR DISTRICT CL1
A. J. Wendt .
FOR CO. COM.JPrec.
for co. com. Pret:
H. C. Lehde.
H. J. Weishuhn
H. T. Krause
The knowledge tJutf he te definitely scheduled to leave this
world might cause a man.fhi spend his remaining days in an en-
tirely different frame of mind. It might, and probably would*
, FOk ROME AND STABLE
The extraordinary Beroxone treatment
. for flesh wounds, cuts. Bores, galls, bums
and scalds is just as effective in the stable
as tn the heme. Horse flesh heals with
remarkable speed under its powerful in-
fluence. The treatment is tire same for
animals as for humans'. First wash out
infectious germs with liquid Borosone,
and the Borozone Powder completes the
heahng process. Price (liquid) 80e, 60o
and >1.20. Powder 30c and 60c. Hold llv
“Asleep In'-JestM.” In* what .more
.beautiful words -could be described
the life of Mr. Tom Shannon, for as
“Ye Sow'rSo Sliall Ye Reap," and as'
the gentle Savior stretched forth his
loving arms, the low sweet'murmur
was heard "My Faith Look's l*p To
Thee, Thou Lamb of . Calvary."
Quietly, quickly, he was' folded
those loving arms and borne in
quiet stillness of the night, when
house hold were^slceping, to the Lain!
of the ’ loved ones gone before. “Oh.
death, where is thy sting,” not for
him, but in the'stricken hearts of
thoije left behind, as they gaze upon
the Vacant chair and ■ miss the glad
toned voice always so hearty and en-
dearing that- the beaft-cries out in
agony "Oh grave., this-L thy triumph,
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Robertson, Ruby. Brenham Banner-Press (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 43, No. 7, Ed. 1 Monday, April 5, 1926, newspaper, April 5, 1926; Brenham, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1180014/m1/2/?q=shannon: accessed May 22, 2022), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Nancy Carol Roberts Memorial Library.