Brenham Daily Banner. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 27, No. 137, Ed. 1 Wednesday, August 6, 1902 Page: 4 of 4

Welsey Dunlap visited Lyons
Miss Mamie Rouse is visiting
ra'atives at Lyons.
Rev. W. E. Tynes left for
Jacksonville yesterday.
W. H. Bouldin Esqr., has re-
turned from a trip to Bay City,
Katy Flyer, 5 cents a glass at
the City Retail Company's store.
M.J. Jacob has gone to Min-
eral Wells for the benefit of his
W. H. C. Meyer has received
53 bales of new cotton at his
platform to date.
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Klondyke Frost, 5 cents a glass
at the City Retail Company's
Mr. Sam Carlos and family left
Tuesday for West Point, which
they will make their future home.
Frank Eidridge left Tuesday-
for Somerville to look after his
farming interest in the Brazos
The finest lines of perfumes
and toilet articles in the city at
Tristram's Drug Store.
The revival meeting at Inde-
pendence resulted in twenty-
eight additions to the Baptist
Rev. W. E. Tynes informs the
Banner that the Baptist revival
at Gay Hill will be resumed next
Katy Flyer. 5 cents a glass at
the City Retail Company's store.
Reports are being made to re-
establish a post office at Pesch
with Mr. R. Felacher as post-
John Taylor, of Burton, was in
town Tuesday and stated that
crops in his section were very
short and indifferent.
Mr. Sam Buchanan and bride
returned from Galveston Tues-
day where they have been for
several days enjoying their
"On July 3d, the Crescent Hotel
at Eureka Springs, opened as an all-
jear-'round resort, urnlei the. man*
agement of the Frisco System. Ex-
tensive renovations aud improve-
ments have been effected which will
make the Crescent Hotel the equal
of any hostelry to be found in the
Dr. J. B. Weatherly, an old-
time friend of the Reporter, pass-
ed through the city Tuesday en
route from Galveston to hie home
in Coleman.
Mr. Louis Beaumier announces
the arrival of a new permanent
boarder at his home in the per-
son of a baby girl. Of course
Louie is stepping high in con-
The Banner learns that Bob
Savage, the Santa Fe section
hand who was knocked off the
Santa Fe bridge near Clay a few
days ago, was drowned and that
his body has been recovered.
He leaves a mother and two or
three sisters in poor circumstan-
ces, he being their sole support.
Ball Game and Dance.
At Gus Schumacher's Hall at
Uay Hill there will be a game of
base ball on the afternoon of the
17th of this month followed by a
dance at night. A great time is
cxpected as the dances and balls
at thia place are always enjoyed,
Eveey body is invited to attend
young and old must come and
have a good time.
Mr, A. Pflughaupt is having
some substantial alterations made
in his residence on South West
street. The front is being torn
down, and will be remodeled and
rebuilt, adding to the conven-
ience and general appearance of
the building.
The Banner learns that the
white citizens of Bellville have
contributed to a barbecue to be
given the colored people at that
place next Friday. Addresses
will be delivered by Judge Bell,
of that city, and J. T. Harris, a
colored orator of Brenham.
for sale
Registered Jersey, Fresh in
Milk at $50 to 860 each. 12 Full
Bloo 1 Heiffere 11 to 18 months
old, your pick, at $35 each or the
12 for $300. I offer you as good
for $35 as I paid $250 for. 1 am
overlooked. Buy yourself a
Thuurough Bred Jersey Heiffer,
and you will in time have milk
and butter for your family, pro-
vided you will properly!milk. It
ousts no more to feed the best
then a scrub.
T. A. Low, Brenham, Texaft
Big Department Store
I Siir Store
Wi 1 h Little -Prices.
/& /
Little Prices
Means Bis: Savins.
The Grand July CLEARANCE SALE which will commence
An Continue Throughout the Entire Month. All Goods Reduced will b; MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES, with blue
Pencil Mark.
Will and must go, No goods will be shelved or salted down to await the Season °f 1903. They MUST go and go quickly.
Bargains, Bonified Bargains. We have them for you at THE BIG STORE in New Spring and" Summer Merchandise,
strictly up-to-date in weaves and designs. From each and every department of THE BIG STORE will be thrown out
broad-cast on our counters, in enormous quantities at PricesThat no Factory Can nor will Produce, at PRICES
MARKED IN BLUE PENCIL. Nothing is too good to be sacrified in this GREAT JULY CLEAR-
ANCE SALE. Each and every article, regardless o its real value or former low price, will be greatly
reduced. Look for Blue Pencil Mark. They tell the difference of former prices.
Below we quote a few items to give an idea of THE BIG STORE REDECTION all over the Store :
Fancy figuied Embroidered Swiss, were 25 cents, thia
Sale, 12 1-2 cents.
Fancy figured Holly Batiste, were 20 cents, this sale,
10 cents.
Fancy Melrose Organdies, were 15 cents, this sale, 5
Fancy figured Organdies, were 20 cents, this sa'.e, 7 1-2
Fancy figured Mercerized Chiffons, wers 25 cents, this
sale 10 cents.
Fancy figured Persian Designs, were 20 cents, this sale,
10 cents.
Big lot plain white check and striped Dimities, this
sale, 10 and 5 cents.
Big line white P. K. welts, reduced for this sale,
10,000 yards of embroideries and inserting; 10,000
yards lace edges and inserting, reduced
special for this sale.
Ladies' Jersey ribbed sleeveless vest reduced for this
Lonsdale "tor-get-me-not," bleached, one yard wide,
this sale, 5 cents.
10 and 9-4 bleached Pepperell sheeting, this sale 19
Apron check gray Ginghams, best quality, reduced for
this sale, 3 1-2 cents.
150 dozen assorted towels, reduced for this sale.
Linen crash toweling, 12 1-2 cents grade, this sale,
7 1-2 cents.
30-inch Percale, were 7 1-2 cents, this sale, b cents.
36-inch Percales, were 10 and 12 1-2 cents, this sale
7 1-2 cents.
Dress style Ginghams, this sale 5 cents.
Big lot odd and ends ladies' e»tra fine Oxfords and
strap sandals in black and tan, were $1,
1.50 to 3.00, choice this swle, 50, 75 and
and 98 cents.
Children's lace Oxfords, 25 cents.
One line boys' shoes Excelsior make, in tan and black,
were $2.50 and $2.98, this sale $1.50.
Men's canvass duck shoes, 50 cents.
Drew, Selby & Co. One lot ladies' lace Oxfords strap
sandals and veama button heel and spring
heel, were $2.50, $3, $3,50, reduced for
this sale, $1.98.
Men's Oxford shoes, all kinds iD vici, kid, patent kid,
all of this season's styles, reduced for this
Misses' cunvass lace Oxfords, were 98 cents, reduced
for this sale, 48 cents.
Ladies' cloth slippees, this sale, 10 cents.
Men's tan shoes, extra quality, made by Excelsior Shoe
Co., special reduction for this sale.
One lot odds and ends ladies' belts, were 25 cents to
50 cents, choice this sale, 10 cents.
One lot men's fine straw hats, stiff brim, Milam straw,
real value $1.25 to $2.50, elioice this sale,
4G cents.
Boys' straw hats, this sale, 10 cents.
Boys' dress straw hats, this sale, 39 cents.
Mens' linen and crash suits, reduced for this sale.
Mens' linen and crash pants, reduced for this sale.
Boys' linen and crash suits, reduced for this sale.
Boys' summer coats and vests, this sale, 35 cents.
Men's Alpaca coats and coats and vests, reduced for
this sale.
Men's all-wool coats and pants, were 6.98, 7.50 and
8.00, choice during this sale, 4.98.
Boys' linen and crash knee pants reduced for this sale
Big line men's negligee shirts, with and without collar,
reduced for this sale.
Men's and boys' linen and crash caps reduced for this
Ladies' fine trimmed hats, latest designed, were 5.00,
6.50, 7.50, 8.00 and 10.00, this sale, your
choice of any of the abovo hats, at 3.00.
Ladies' and misses' trimmed hats, special for this sale
50c., 75c., and 1,00.
All our ladies' sailors, reduced for this sale.
Ladies' muslin underwear, such as ladies' gowns, skirts,
petticoass, chemise, drawers and corset
waists reduced for this sale.
We are Agents for
and Standard Designer,
50 dozen ladies' shirt waists, this season's style, hand-
somely trimmed, in percale, madras, white
lawn and silks, all of which are reduced
for this sale.
Big line ladies' linen and linen crash and pique skirts
and coloredJdenims, special prices for this
Ladies' wool and silk top skirts, handsomely trimmed ;
also big line ladies' underskirts, special
reduction for this sale.
Try Amsler's ice cream, 5 cants
Try it and be convinced.
Klondyke Frost, 5 cents a glass
at the City Retail Company's
Found—The best ice cream and
creamsoda, at Amaler's, 5 cents.
17DPPITT F3 S"nburn> Tan- Liver
rllBuLljB1'! Moles, and Pimple* can
be cured. Wri ikies prevented and removed,
by the u«e of "SKIN FOOD" Cream. Mr*.
Maude H. Rankin, Agent, al»o for «ale at
City Drug Store. See ad on second p*ge.
"On July 3d, the Crescent Hotel,
at Eureka Springs, opened as an all-
year-'round resort, under the man
agement of the Frisco System. Ex-
tensive renovations and improve-
ments have been effected which will
make the Crescent Hotel the equal
of any hostelry to be found in the
If you want lots of Ice Cream
in your soda for 5 cents, call at
The iron-clad restaurant and
boarding house, corner Douglass
and Quitman streets; also the
Abe Meyer residence adjoining.
For further information apply to
Gus. 8chumacher.
Your choice—Ice cream or ice
cream soda, the best in the city,
at 5 cents, at M. J. Amslers.
Combs, Brushes, and toilet articles
of all kinds, at Tristran's Urujr 8tore.
The undersigned will pay the
highest market price for all old
brass you may have about your
gins, delivered in Brenham.
reichabdt ft seelhorst.
The Columbia, which sailed
from Boston in September, 1787,
was the first ship that carried the
Stars and Stripes completely
around the worle.
We have just received a fresh sup-
ply of Imported Cheese, Sausage,
Ham, Caviar Boneless Ham, Ameri-
can and Swiss Cheese, and we are
better prepared to serve first-class
lunches than ever. Give us a call.
Suteb Bros.
The ice cream we put in our
soda is made of pure Jersey cream
which will be sold for 5 cents a
glass. M. J. Amsler, Jr. ft Co.
Our large sales guarantee
freshness, our name purity of
the drugs we sell. Two gradu-
ates of pharmacy attend to the
prescription department.
Jos. Tristram, Druggist.
Amsler will serve Ice Cream,
Frapine, Half-and-Half, Ice
cream soda and phosphates for
five cents.
A full^ Jine of Patent Medicines of
aM klnij r at Tristram's Drug (Store.

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Rankin, John G. Brenham Daily Banner. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 27, No. 137, Ed. 1 Wednesday, August 6, 1902, newspaper, August 6, 1902; Brenham, Texas. ( accessed March 22, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History,; crediting Abilene Library Consortium.