Brenham Banner. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 45, No. 34, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 1, 1910 Page: 8 of 8
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BAILEYISM IN TEXAS
MILL CREEK GRIST
July 26ih.~-It ia still as hot and
dry here as ever. A few light show-
ers fell last week, but not enough to
do any good.
Our ginners are experiencing some
trouble in securing enough water to
keep their machinery running, some
having to haul their supply.of water
Mr. Wm. Gendeman, our popular
merchant at Milt Creek Switch, has
purchased three acres of land of Mr.
Atidracbak upon which he contem-
plates erecting a new store build
Chicago Evening Port.
There ought to be no place in the
United States senate for Joseph
The friends of the Texas senator
already are planning to present his
name to the national convention as
the candidate of the state for presi-
dent of the United States. If by
any combination of circumstances a
nomination should follow the action,
the republican candidate would be
relieved of the necessity of doing
any campaign wo»k. The country
After a Hard Game
Nothing revives the tired body 30 quickly as
a coo! bottle of refreshing
Every drop of it embou-as ll:
qualities of the richest American barley and
the tonic powers of the finest Saazer hops
grown in old Bohemia. Supcr'o Quality and
Purity places Budweiser in a class by ilself.
Battled only by the
inland a neat family residence, j wants no baileys in high office, and
His many fiiends and customers it wilt take care not to have them.
ST. LOUIS, MO.
Hillmuih Sc Artman
HKt.LHUii! & ABTMISS, Genera) Distributors B milium
Good Middling, 14
Strict Middling 135
Strict Low Middling....... 13$
Low Middling, T 13
Following are the prevailing quo
tations for produce to-day:
Eggs, per dozen, 10 nenti
Turkeys 12 cents pound
Chickens, fryers per lb. 10 to 25"
Country Lard, pet pound.. IS oenta
Butter, per pound,... 20 to 25 cents
Bacon, per pound, 15 cents j
1 Potatoes, per bushel... 65
Sweet potatoes, per bushel.. 1.00
' er ton, 410.0(
Beeswax, per pound.. 20 to 25 cent*
Weod, per oord S4 00
CottonSeed, per ton $2100
Cabbage, per pound 4 cent
Oniona, per pound 2 aents
Dried Peas, per pound 5 cents
« u, per bushel, 60 cents
Beef Cattle—Steers, 2\ @ 3c W lb
Cows, 2 (§) 2Jc f) lb
Yearlings, 2^c ft>
Calves, 3 cents.
F»' ^ogs, 7 ents per pound.
F Mu»ton, 3 ccents a pound.
Green Hides. 7 cents a pound.
Late of Carmine, have opened a Raatauratt j
and Lunoh Kotra in the Giesecke building,
adjoining the Magnolia Saloon, where they
are prepared to serve all orJiw in their line.
PJite attint oa, Patronage :olieited.
hf re are highly gratified at this evi«.
dence of prosperity.
Mr. Geo. Diess has disposed of
hts farm to Mr. Ruemke at $35 per
acre and has purchased another farm
from Mr. Joergens, near Indian
Creek, at $36 per aore.
Mr. Willie Helms, of Clifton, was
a guest of friends and relatives hero
Mrs. Henry Mueller and children
have returned from a visit to Clifton.
They report late cotton there look-
ing wtll and would yet make a fair
crop it they get a seasonable rain.
MiBs Emma Wolf is here from
Kosebud on a visit to fiiends and
will remain a few weeks.
Our young folks enjoyed a neigh-
borhood dance at the home of Mr.
Adolpb Holle last Saturday night.
At the home of Mrs Lehde last
Sunday night a play party took place
and was largely attended and huge-
ly enjoyed. Delicious refreshments
were served during the evening.
Miss Annie Schmidt, of Houston,
was a guest of her brother, Mr. L.
Kuretscb, here 'ast Sunday.
Mr. Willie Gaskamp, of Haskell,
who was a guest of his parents hero
last week, has returned home.
On Suuday, July 15th, the ten
aora meadow of Mr. Fred Spitger
took fire and burned the dead grass
ent rely off. It is supposed to have
bsen Ret on fire by a half insane wo-
man who resides in the Hohenwa!ds
community. M- S. G.
Mr. Bailee's tongue is always at the
service of the people, but his vote
is always otherwise employed.
Texas is a big state and it holds
some big men. There is Charles a.
Culberson, the senior senator, for
instance. To give preference in po-
litical honors to Bailey over Culber
son is to put insincerity before sin
cerity and smartness before worth.
A minority of the Texas Democrats
have knowledge of the true Bailey
The minority is aggressive. In its
strength of purpose there is hope
that the state one day may rid itself
Another Veteran Gone to Rest.
A letter from Comrade Theo. Wol
ters, of Schulenberg, "annouuees the
death of Comrade Wm, Hahnbe of
Walker's Division, whioh occurrec
after a brief illness. Deceased was
formerly a resident of Washington
county and was well known to many
of our old inhabitants as a good,
patriotio citizen. He attended the
Beeville reunion of Green's Brigade
and was, apparently, in the beat of
health. Verily, a good man has gone
to his reward.
ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT
AVege table Preparation far As
staulaiing the ftodantlRegtiia
ness and RestjContainsneitt«r
Opium.Morph.ine nor Mineral.
Not Narcotic, j
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
Aperfect Remedy forConsflpa-
tion, Sour Stomach.Dlarrrm
ness and Loss of Sleep.
Facsimile Signature of
Exact Copy of Wrapper
twt ochtaun oohmhv, iti* »om om
J. F. BAIER,
Boot & Shoemaker.
Special attention given to repair work.
Shop next door to Central Ho.el, Brenham
ReleliarM. Becker & Co.,
Weat Main Street, Brenham, Tex
Prompt attention given all orders
t ntrusted to our care.
H. F. WEHMEYER,
Tbe Wholesale Want of Wasfiin&toa
County, Am8ler Building,
Country Prodve bought and sold
Read the Banner and keep posted
The voice of duty is never still.
It whispers to us morning, noon end
night; it reaches us from the roar of
the wild tempest, the sight of the
summer winds, the roft, gentle mur-
mur of the wayside brook. That
still Bmall voice will not be hushed.
When you can get a High Class TAILOR MADE
SUIT made to your individual meagre at the
SAME PRICE you pay for them in the stores. You
are invited to call and look over my large stools of
WOOLENS in all the latest Shades, such aa Finished
and Unfinished Worsteds. IF I DO not plea8l
- YOU, YOU NEED NOT ACCEPT THE CLOTHES.
Come early while patterns are in Stock.
HYMAN, Next door to
The total State scholastic popula-
tion for the ensuing scholastic year
is placed at 968,267, an increase of
19,261, and the per capita appor-
tionment is $6.50, making a total
State apportionment of the availa-
ble school funds of $6,293,735 50,
an amount exceeding the State ap-
portionment of the last scholastic
year of $362,448.00.
Some enthusiastic Porto Rieans
predict that their island will grow
all the lemons consumed in the
United States in another 10 years.
For Infants and Children.
Tki Kill You Han Alwajs Bought
THE STATE OF TPXAS,
To the Sheriff or any Constable of Wash-
ington County, Gritting:
Ed Schmid. Guardian of the peraon ant' es-
tate of of Mrs. Minna Clifford, a non com pus
irentis, having filed in our County Court his
final account of the condition of the Estate ol
said Mrs. Minna Clifford, together with an
application to be d s inrged from said trust.
You are hereby c> mmanded, that t y pub
lication of th s Writ for twenty days in the
T. J. BARGE, Manager,
Come in and pass off the time
by playing a few games of pool
mrinur to nr n ftTA VD
OoDoaite SCHMID BROS.
Brenham Bsnner, a newspaper regularly pub-
lish' d in the County of Washington you give
due notice to ali persons interested in the ac-
count t jr final settlement of said Estate, to
file their objec ions thereto if any they have,
on or before the September teim, iqio, of
said County Court, commenting ana to be
holden at the Crurt House of said county in
the City of Brenham, on the 19th day of Sip-
teinter 1910, when sad account and appli-
cation will be considered by said Court.
Witntss, O. A Few-.id, 1 l»rk oi the Coun-
ty C> urt of * a^hington couity
Given under my hand and seal of sai 1 Court
at my 6ffice, in the City of Prenham, this 18lh
day of August, A D., ioio.
O A. t-EWARD,
Clerk County Court, Washington County.
A true c^py I certify.
D E TEAGUE,
Sheriff Washington County.
ByJ. H IlutchinsoD, beputy.
Complete with supporting fiame and
walking beam, ready to connect
to any pnmp. It Pomps
while you rest.
LARGER SIZE ENGINE
at proportionate low cost.
fgf Send for descriptive circular, or see
one run at
Beaumlcr Iron Works,
Oklahoma City is to have an im-
mense textile mill with 10,000 spin-
dles and 300 looms to manufacture
bags and bag cloth.
Blinn Memorial College,
A Co-E(lucational School,
Offering instruction in six courses: 1 Preparatory; 2 Acs-
demic* 3 Normali 4 Commercial; 5 Stenographic; 6 Music.
Ficrht »xoerienced teachers—seven men and one
impl. ecjuipm.nt; b..lthful location; «»»«•"•
Next MMion opens Tueriny, S«pt«mber 25^191; . (
inauiriea to J L B» A«§ Jr »
Brenbana, W»«hin^ton County, Tex—»
(Llightiy higher to Branch Line points)
Drugs, Medicines, Toilet Articles
It is a generally recognized fact amoug practitioners that purity
in Medioine is neces»ary to obtain best results in fighting disease
There should be no doubt as to whether it is right or not. This
Drug Store has the eonfidonce of physicians and others who know
our methods. They know they every drug or medicine from this
store is correct in every respect. A full line of perfumery kept in
t- stook. Pare Liquors for medicinal purposes. *
Patronage solioted. Satisfaction guaranteed. ^
"all the wav."
One Way Colonists Tickets
on Mle daily
Aug. th to Sept. » and Oct. 1 to 16
Touriat Sleeper thru to Loi Angelea on
tram 6 every Tuesday
A;k for our California booklet*. Fr<e.
For detail information «ee Santa Fe Ag't
cr add real W. S. Kbinan,
G. P. A., Galwaton. Texas
I am now offering, as an in
ducement to economical buyers,
my entire stock of First Class
Tailor* made CLOTHING at 50
oents on the dollar. A big reduo*
tion has also be6n made in the
price of SHOES, IIATS, at d al
other lines to close out, in order
to make room for my fall stock.
Call at the Palace Shoe 8tore
stand and examine my goods and
prices. I oan save you money
East Alamo Avenue, Brenham
LADIES t •
Ask jreir UnufM fof CHl-CHKS-TBR'S
DIAMOND BRAND PIULS in Rfd tn
Got i) metallic boxe«. »€aled with Blu
S0LD BV ALI DRU6GI8TS
S& EVERYWHERE TWtTBD
«4V. */%*. jftt. JPW. JAI. alV- jfV afl«L JAL iAt iBa
JOSEPH TRISTRAM, Jr,
. ml ■ -vr —r
Herman x, Neii,
Coiner Main and St. Charles Streets, Brenham.
Dealer in Everything Coed to Eat.
Try a sack of White Billows Flour, every sack guaranteed. My
btock of Groceries is complete and always fresh. Give me a trial
and be convinced that I cau well jou as good goodfas you can get
anywhere else and juat as cheap. Agent Sealshipt. Oysters.
T. A. LOW & SONS.
NOW IS THE TIME To SCREEN YOUR HOUSE.
We have Doors and screens to fit all Win*
dows. Also Received Car Load of Ma*
Cormick Mowers and Car load of Galvan*
ized Iron Full 8tock of Lumber, Bug*
giee, Shingles and Separators always on
hand. — — — — — —
T A LOW &. SONS BRENHAM, TEXAS
YOU WILL FIND
Quality always the Best, gpeoial Low
Price given to Church Socials and enter*
tainmen'e. Quantity Lowers the price.
The Best for all Oocassions.
Meets all tests.
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Rankin, John G. Brenham Banner. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 45, No. 34, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 1, 1910, newspaper, September 1, 1910; Brenham, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth481623/m1/8/: accessed May 26, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Library Consortium.