Brenham Daily Banner. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 28, No. 59, Ed. 1 Sunday, March 8, 1903 Page: 1 of 4
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BRENHAM DAILY BANNER
BRENHAM TEXAS. SUNDAY MARCH 8 1903.
THE CITY ELECTION.
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it k m CASH GROCERY STDR
We offer every thing in our line at a Low
Price, and Remember we sell as good a
Quality Groceries as any house in the City,
but we sell them with Less Profit.
Extra Good Rio Coffee.10 pounds for $1. Choice Rio Coffee 8 pounds for $1.
Best Roasted Mocha and Java Coffee 3 1-2 lbs for $1. 5 lbs bucket Coffee for.90c.
Package Coffee 8 and 9 pounds for $1. Tea mixed at 35c and 5oc per tin.
Friends Oats, Banner Oats, Force, Malta Vita, Cream Barly of Wheat, Sago.
Corn and Starch 4 pounds for 25c. Tapioca 3 pounds for 25c. Cakes and Crackers.
Caratago Flakes, cheese straws, Graham Wafers, Evaporated Peaches, Apricots,
Peaches, Plums, whole Evaporated Dried Apples 3 pounds for 25c. Musical
Raisens, Fresh Prunes 20 pouds for $1. Good Molasses 25c per gallon, Choice 27
to 30c per gallon Flour to suit everybody from $1 per sack up, also Corn, Bran,
and Hay at Lowest Price. Come and See Us, We Save You Money.
Respectfully, j H. QUEBE.
KEEP OFF THE GROUND
and Save the Health.
If you wish to protect your feet with comfortable,
good-wearing, reasonable priced Shoes, do not fail to
see my stock. The celebrated Hamilton-Brown Shoe
Co.'s Shoes carried by us.
YOURS FOR SHOES,
H. F. HOHLT
IS THS BEST.
IOWA SILVER MINE.
WISCONSIN WHITE DENT.
The San Antonio Express ap
pears to have assayed the some
what herculean task of kioking
Hon. W. J. Bryan out of the
Democratic party. However,
William Jennings does not seem
to be greatly disturbed over the
Be«i the /) *h8 Kind V°u Have Always Bought
ALL KINDS OF
t GARDEN k FLOWER SEED 1
O. SCHAWE * SON. j
Our old friend, Mr. L. W.
Swearingen of Kenney, was an
appreciated visitor at the Banner
Our large sales guarantee
freshness, our name purity of
the drugs we sell. Two gradu
ates of pharmaoy attend to the
Jos. Tristram, Druggist.
Trains are again running on
something lika schedule time'
The Keeley Cur©
Cum. Whiskey, Morphine, Cocaine and
The only KHELEY INSTITUTE in
Te**s, Oklahoma and Indian Territories.
Established in Dallas Texas in If"
. THE KEftLEY INSTITUTE,
Bell erne Place, Dallas Texas,
J. % Keith, Proprietor
TO THE PUBLIC.
The following named Brenham
merchants have the J. P. Buchanan
pure ribbon cane molasses, a home-
product, for tale: Star Grocery
Oo., W. T. Oarrington, J. Fink &
Co., Hacker & Wehmann, F. Dobert
& Son, Wm. Wolff. Sohmid Bros.,
and Haubelt Bros. B. Eldridge
and a. W. Watson at Btone.
Combs, Brushes, and toilet articles
of all kind*, at Trlstran's Druf Store
Re-furnished and Re-opened.
E. MITTEBDOEF, Proprietor.
A full line of fine Wines, Liquors and
Cigar*. High grade Bottled Goods s
specialty. Freeh Beer always on tap.
Short Order Restaurant attached: Fish
Oysters and Game in season and served
Polite attention. Patronage solicited.
More Candidates Enter the Contest
A new ticket in opposition to
the present incumbents has been
brought into the field and the
campaign from now on bids fair
to be warm and interesting. In
this issue appears the an*
nouncements of Mr. Wm.
Lusk for mayor, and Messrs.
Sam Rouse, Ben Schmid and
H. F. Hohlt for aldermen
:rom their respective wards. All
of these geutlemen are prominent
enterprising, progressive busi-
ness men—property holders who
lave an active interest in the
jrosperity of Brenham, and if
elected promise to exeroise their
jest efforts aqd judgment in be-
lalf of our city and its people.
The building of the cotton mill
and city hall, coupled with other
contemplated enterprises, marks
a new era in Brenham's career
as a progressive little city, and
:it behooves our people to exer-
cise due oare and caution in the
selection of their municipal offi-
cers. They should be not
only cautious, careful, level-
leaded men, but industrious and
progressive as well—mindful and
zealous in guarding the financial
status of the city in all transac-
Mr. Lusk is a native of Bren-
ham, born, reared and educated
here, and of course, has an abid-
ing faith in the prosperity and
future of the city, and promises
to devote his best efforts in be
half of her advancment, if hon
ored with the office of mayor.
In this work the candidates for
aldermen on the ticket with him
■Messrs. Rouse, Schmid and
Hohlt—promise to aid and as-
sist him in his etforts.
There are two tickets in the
field and the Banner feels assur-
ed that the people, in exercising
their sovereign rights at the
polls, will not fail to elect a com-
petent set of city officials for the
First Baptist Church.—G. S.
Tumlin, pastor. Sabbath school
9:45 a. m.; and W. B. Garrett,
THE OLO RELIA BLE
Bchool Library Donations.
Editor Banner: Permit me to report,
through your columns, collections of money
and books on Library day—March 2d, 1903
High School, 65 pupils, 26 books,.... $ .5 88
6th Grade, 30 pupi's, 8 book',.... 250
6th Grade, 45 pupils, 12 books, 4 51
7th Gride, 40 pupils, 14 books ..... 4 31
San Jacinto School.
4 Grades, 140 pupils — bo k»..... $10 12
5 Grades, 127 pupils 12 books,......$ 935
Total in White Schools.
447 pupils, 72 book ..., $36 67
East End Sdjool,
1st Grade, 71 pupil*. $ 64
2nd Grade, c4 pupils, 1 50
*nd Gra^e, 42 pupils, .... 105
0, and 6th G, 61 pupils 69
7,8,9& loth G's 18 pupils, 20 books.. 20
$ 4 08
Preaching, 11 a. m.—Subject—
"Paed's Last Words." At. 7.45.
The first commandment.
Children's meeting 3 p. m.
B. Y. P. U. 4 p. m,
All cordially invited to attend.
Evangelical Lutheran Church:
Seoond Sunday in Lent; 9.00 a.
m. Sunday school and English
10:30 p. m. morning servioe
and administration of the Lord's
Supper; 7.30 p. m. evening ser-
vice. All cordially invited.
West Er.d School.
1st Grade, 65 pupils $ 196
2nd Grade, 38 pupils, 1 10
8rd Grade, ai pupils, 66
4th Grade, 36 pupils, 2 Dcoks...... 363
Total in Colored Schools.
£96 pupils, 22 hooks $ 11 42
Physicians prescriptions carefully
filled, day ard night, by a competent
pharmacetiBt, at Trie'ram's Drug
There was considerable wood
brought to town Saturday and
offered for sale at inflated prices,
but it did not "go off like hot
cakes," as heretofore.
No session of the district court
was held on Friday and Satur-
day on aooount of the abaenoe of
Candidates were aotive Satur-
day night and a considerable
amount of electioneering was
Christian Chureh — Sunday
school 9:30. Communion service
and discourse at 11 a. m. Evan-
gelist Harrington of Des Moines,
Iowa, will conduct services both
morning and night. Subject in
morning, "The Power of Love."
At night, "The Churoh of the
Twentieth Century." All cor-
"An investment in knowledge
always pays the best interest."
Why not see Dunbar Affleck and
invest in some course of study
in the International Correspon-
There appears to be a lull in
the matrimonial market, but few
lioeneee now being issued by the
Northern Seed Corn,
Cane Seed, German Millet,
B.R. Proof Cats&Eeed Rje.
Aek for Quotations.
Becker & 60,,
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Rankin, John G. Brenham Daily Banner. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 28, No. 59, Ed. 1 Sunday, March 8, 1903, newspaper, March 8, 1903; Brenham, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth480700/m1/1/: accessed March 28, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Library Consortium.