Brenham Daily Press. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 19, No. 199, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 9, 1913 Page: 1 of 8
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BRENHAM, TEXAS, THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 9. 1913
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A Store Wide Clearing out of all
Winter Merchandise at
This is the yearjy clearance movement that thrifty folks
all through tlii.4 seotion eagerly look forward to for the ex-
traordinary money ravings, it affords on just the stylish
merchandise most in demand at this time. In accordance
with our fixed policv which demands that we begin each
season with new stocks, it is absolutely imperative that
every dollar's worth of winter Goods now on our shelves
be disposed of immediately.
The prices have been cut far below regular values, and
in some instances ti actual cost and below.
This Sale commences Tuesday and continues two weeks.
Men's Winter Clothing Reduced
$25.00 Suits and Overcoats $20.00
$22.50 " " " $18.00
$20.00 " " $16.00
$17.00 " " " $13.60
$15.00 " " " $12 50
Women's Winter Suits Reduced
$35.00 Suits at $20.00
$25.00 " ' " $15.00
$18.00 " *15.00 |
$10.00 " " $7.50
$ 8.00 " $ 5.00
Women's Winter Dresses Reduced
$20 and $25 Dresses $12.50
. $16.00 " $10.00
$10,00 " $7.50
$ 9.00 " $ 6.50
$ 8.00 " $ 5.00
Robeson shur edge butcher knives
"Robeson" shur edge table knives
The knife that sriisfies every user. Has
an edge that halds and does not have to
be sharpened so oft as others. Every one
guaranteed. Come look over our stock.
Holle & Seelhorst
TH]F NAVRATIL MUSIC HOUSE
PIANOS ORGANS and^PLAYER PIANOS
All of the Latest and Popular Sheet Music r
All kinds of Musical Instruments
PIANOS SOLD ON VERY EASY TERMS
F, J. NAVRATIL Prop. Next to P. O.
Your Christmas Dinner is not com-
plete without "The Cup that Cheers"
Fresh roasted, packed and guaran-
WANGEMANN, REICHARDT CO.
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NEXT MOVE WILL BE UP TO RM
GREEKS INCENSED AT ITALY
Believe No Justice Lives In Move Of
That Country, Which Is Strongly
LONDON, Jan. 8.—Interest in the
Balkan situation has shifted to Con-
stantiople, whence it is expected the
form which the action the European
powers have decided to take will be
Meanwhile the' work of the peace
delegations here has been paralyzed.
Rechad Pasha, chief of the Ottoman1
envoys, is still awaiting instructions
from the Turkish government, and
the allies are making incessant ef-
forts to influence the ambassador^
of the European powers in then- fav-
Dr. S, Daneff, Bulgarian leader,
and M. Jonescu, minister of the in-
terior of Rouman'a, continue their
"conversations." Both are showing
the greatest discretion, as they do
'.not desire newspaper comments to
embitter the differences between
Roumania and Bulgaria Tho Greeks
are displaying great dissatisfaction
at the leading part tnkeu by Italy,
supported by German and Austria-
Hungary. in the plans to deprive them
of the islands of Imbros, Lemnos
Tenedos, Mitylene, Chios, Cosa and
Rhodes for reasons which "hey de-1
clare to be destitute of any sense of
justice. The Greeks still hope their |
arguments will prevail. They sa> :
that otherwise the European powers |
will find by depriving tyem of their (
legitimate claims, Insteati of seem*, j
ing any equilibrium of power in the
Mediterranean, they will raise many
questions which will be equally as
difficult to deal with as that of Crete.
The Servian government today de-
cided to withdraw from the Adriatic
Sea. This action is regarded in all
quarters as a notable step in the di-
rection of peace.
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TES WOULD NOT BE
LE TO TALK
AS WITNESS HIS DR. SAYS
Hag Throat Trouble That Demands
His Constant Si-
NEW YORK, Jan. 8.—Wm. Rock
efeller probably never will be able to
appear as a witness in the inquiry be-
ing conducted by the Pujo committees
at Washington in the opinion of Dr.
Walter F. Chappelle, his physician.
The only way he could answer ques-
tions on the witness stand would be
in writing, for speec hmight result
in strangulation so serious is the con
dition of Mr. Rockefeller's throat,
according to the physician's state-
ment, published here today.
Dr. Chappelle practically said Mr
Rockefeller must be silent for the
remainder of his life.
In the Bahamas where Mr. Rocke-
feller is resting he is keeping very
quiet, and it is declared his every
I little wish has to be written, for each
effort to speak involves the hazard of
a laryngeal spasm.
"I have come to the conclusion
that Mr. Rockefeller's throat trou-
ble is chronic," said Dr. Chappelle,
"and that he must subject himself to
the silent treatment for the remain-
der of his days. This is not a new
treatment, but simply means a rest
cure for the larynx.
"It must be remembered that Mr.
Rockefeller is past 70 years old and
in my opinion he will never be phy-
sically able to appear on a witness
stand, iA fact, probably not even for
% written examination, as his hands
tremble so tht^t it is difficult for him
to write legibly."
The population of the cities are
constantly increasing, but the popu-
lation of the farms remains about
stationery. There is lots of room in
the country (for good farmres.
Mr. McFall, after residing in Bren-
ham for many years r«moVed to
Besville, where his children reside.
He served through the Civil War, in
Ten men with teams to deliv
er circulars in country. Apply
at once at Daily Press office.
The parcels post is growing in pop
ularity, and is being more patronized
day by day.
TO EVERY READER OF THE PRESS
May Ninteen Hundred and thirteen bring Peace and Plenty, strength
of Body and Mind, and a fat purse. May the Activities of Business con-
stantly increase and the worries and vexations constantly decrease. And,
Above all, may the New Yeaf Ship Be freighted with Richer Blessings
Than yo uhave ever known, and may the cargo be safely delivered day by
day as needed is the earnest wish of J. M. HYDE, General Contractor
We have a few nice resi-
dences for sale-on easy
terms. Lots from #1!>.00
See us before you buy,
TEES LAND & LOAN CO
■Phone Nqs gQ2 or
NEU & WENDT
Just In Receipt O! 'Our
Consisting of the Following
Green Mountain, Early
Rose, Triumphs, Early
Ohios, and Cobblers
All in 11-Peck Sacks
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All kinds of Garden
Seeds and Onion Sets;
We can please you in
Quality, Quantity and Price
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It is too late for Christmas
Presents but not too late to
give a box ot Huyler's, as
Huylers is always acceptable
Give her a box for New Year
F. W.S PREEN
—I THANK YOU
1912 has been a wonderfully good
and prosperous year with me for
which I am grateful.
My many friends old and new,
hare shown their appreciation of my
efforts in very liberal orders and I
The New Year looms up big and
promising and I hope will bring much
happiness and prosperity to yon.
I hope to get still better ac-
quainted with you during the next
H. G. WITTBECKER
sPHONE 87 Brtohun, T<n
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Tucker, William J. Brenham Daily Press. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 19, No. 199, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 9, 1913, newspaper, January 9, 1913; Brenham, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth232379/m1/1/: accessed January 20, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History.