Brenham Weekly Banner. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 39, No. 24, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 22, 1905 Page: 2 of 8
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TBS mrtc JUSTICE 9? IT
According t® the At!*: U Coo-
•Ututloa Malory probably pr»-
| **nte .no parallel to the pottle |tt»»
| tke which co*?t« U poaaibl® for
J»pati t'i wipe 9»i the fleet of
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HHHI _ .. ¥6 tkis yASffiWMds.
MAEkUOE I SCSI MIGSATR. ——
Judge William Hi!1, who dis- > fh* Souifawaters TfcSekr»pL a.
. .. , ivi^houe Company, owning ex
pens-ee justice—and then some- SJj(j i(]Dg difltm "J *Mm
at Suonyeide when rot engaged tbroagh ou t the states of Tms Bad
is pursuing the festive dollar, 'AriuuMHW, realizing the necessity
while arrayed in Soe raiment or|®n^ value of the •■Sephone to tb««
i . . , .. „jf«rmer, m * means of etmmutic*-
IUmU&iUw^ wh*r« eomaoo garb of a dcz« oJier ^ ^ <)b| wHh ^ |<>wfj ,o
Ue*rc«iy owe tbac a d«cad<* ago,; callings, is pretty much tb» whole whieb bt ii i/ul with she ullci
e*%r'# #bip«. with th->e« of Ger-! tblag when it cornea to outfitting • parte of ibo wastry, makes the fo -
lawny tnd 'France, made th« Wlk« for the married atate. A ] lowiag proportion t«_you who art
Meod * Quv,it -ietn >n«trati m whichforced
Japan to sacrifice the (mile of j called on the judge and soiiclted
\h*r victory over China- I big services to unite bint in holy
In the treaty of ShicBODo«#ki, j boode, etc.
few days ago a lovesick swain *dJf <mt ty ^ h*ve bu«»e.g cot-
* neetious with the town of Brenb#«te
€«ica<#5 i« r.a* #eriou*i|,
ibr*»t«ft«S whh * race **r o* China ceded to Japan Pur
Ar-i "By tbe way, Judge," said tbe ^fog «»*) furld tL^ir
1 shoe froJXi their farm* to the ei
FiBtr. Tbe farmers to club to-
gether its group* of three to left
(thereby reducing the fost of c. i.-
poc,d« pr 'jv»rt«oft«
Twe Japarseee r.avy bat been
very saateriaay etreegthen^d by
tbe »44Mm ' ( floe Rueeian w&r
Thk Nation a1 debt of Franca
exceeds t«,000,000,000, and is
tbe iargest national debt in tbe
tfaur and tbe Liaolur g. By every young man, "ain't you the pro-
right Japan had juti claim to tbat'prietor of tbe dance balSd"?
territory of ber defeated adver-i' "I am," replied the justice.
«ary, Tbe Japanese had cap- j "Well, 1 want it for a dance
tured that territory, Japanese ; How aboot the music?"
blood bad made it hallowed ! "Well, I can supply that," re
i plied the judge
Kxpests in Washington de-
clare Texas to be be best tobac-
co-Oiler growing State in tb*
Tbe Gonzales Inquirer stands
pat on tbe proposition that "if
you will gave the women, tbe
women will gave tbe men "
ground, Japan's national inter
eats demanded that it be retained
as a safeguard against encroach-
meet, from whatsoever source
upon the territory of tbe island cook," replied his honor,
empire. Cftn 8erve y°u nicely in
Tbe selfishness of European iine
"Then I must give a supper
said the goon-lo-he benedict.
"Wall, 1 am
Russia may sulk a little a'Ja-
pan's peaae terms, but will fin-
ally accept them as tbe beet she
can do under tbe circumstances.
ttubsia is perfectly willing to
enter into peace negotiations,
provided Japan will eliminate her
greed prevented Japan securing
her rignts. Back of this greed
was the fine but grasping hand of
Russian dSplomacy. Russia want-
ed Port Arthur for her own.
8carce!y had Japan been forced
to humiliating surrender, under
the threats of three European;
"All right," said tbe young
man; "now I must gee a photo
grapber and make arrangements
for photos for the wedding
"Hold on," said the limb of
tbe law, as the fellow wag about
to slip out the door, fc 'that is my
It is stated by the Russian ad-
miralty that In tbe battle of tbe
eea of Japan not a single officer
was saved from toe battleship
N'avarin, Borodino, Iaiperator| toight see what a sorry, moth
Alexander III or Kniaz Souvaroff.; eftten old Bear she ia after all.
powers, when Russia stepped iojHne.too. Photography is where
aud, under guise of a lease, took1 shiD°> aod 5f y°u don,t w*nt
Port Arthur for her own. 8° to Pric« for the marriage
How sorry a day that was for,'10®080' ^ can *iX too."
Russia has been proven by the "Well, I'll be—" gasped the
overwhelming retribution which ; 'over RS be planked down a yel-
has now come upon her. Not low piece of money as part pay-
only has she lost her hold upon !ment for *11 the proposed service.
Manchur'i, and for all time, but; "Do y°u &l*°t feI1 cradIe" and
her en'ire \eiatie possession is;buggies.^
threatened; and worsse than ail,|
the bubble of her greatness has
been pricked so all. the world':
The smelting industries of the
United States, or» account of the
enormous increase in mining is
leading, to the formation of great
®omdinaUon«, the one being a
combination rep*eeenting ST7'*
RepoSTEI) that the Southern
Railway Conpany have decided
| The less a man says the more
, he means it,
No, Cordelia, all baseball play-
;'ers are not base men.
Religion that cost nothing is
change construction of t*i«i Soattj
western Co^ifmny at the abvv«
town, where the Ooajpaisy will met-
theru with a wire leading to its ex-
change in said to wo.
Saoosn The Sout* western Com
pany will furnish the telephones to-
gether with the necessary switch-
board and operating semes f-»r ih<
purpose of connecting this line w«th
any otter subscriber to ihe ex
profeseional | change at itoe above t;>wn, under
the same conditiona as get vice is
now furnishfd subscribers in th-<
Thiep. For the telephone, ihe
use of tbe switchboard and the ter
rice, the subscriber is lo pry from
twelve dollars (112.00) to twenty
four dollars ($24.00), according to
magnitude of exchange service reu
dered per year, pa j able monthly in
advance at tbe office of the South-
western Company in tbe above
Foubth There must be not has
than tfaree nor more than ten tele-
phones on each wire
Fiftb. The line built and owned
by the farmers is to be kept up
by them and at their expense
Sixth. The telephone instrument,;
if oat of order, will be repaired free
of charge by the South western Com-
pany if brought to the Southwestern
Company V office at the above town.
Sevestb, Tbe Southwestern Com
pany will sell jou the necessary
material excepting the poles, con-,
sisting of glass insulators, brackets,
No. 11 st*el wire and insulated wire
for inside use, at cost, or you can
AVegetable Preparation for As-
! Promotes Digedlion.Cheerful--
ness and Rest.Contains neitlier
Opium.Morplutie nor Mineral.
NOTJNAR C O TIC.
Jlx Savut -
Hon, Sour Stomach,Dh
Worms .Convulsions Jcverjish-
ness and Loss OF SLEEP.
Fat Simile Signature of
ill) 11 n> ii I h % < il <1
JjDoStS-Jj( i \!s
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
EXACT COPY Of WRAPJSSJL
WkH) Banner, SI.ODa ta.
wsg right that ic Japan's
hands ebould have been placed
the power for her undoing. And j ProbMy worth about that much.
that Japan should have been able Many a man's only extrava-
to iure her enemy's ships into the gaot habit is a wife.
Korean Strait, to smash them to
| smithereens, in almost the same
'spot where Russia made tbe
demonstration that shaped the
final draft of the treaty o
to exper d about $4,000,000 in tbe Shimonoseki—this was justice not
improvement of its holdings at; 0Riy poetic, but beautiful.
Chattanooga, Tenntseee, a tunnel} —.—_
t'arough Lookout Moun'am bsnng
o-m of toe improvement1* aliuded
The total amount of coin pro-
duced by Mexican mints since
tbe days of Cortez Is a found to
be $3,702,000,000 Three fourth
of this was silver. At one time
there were 15 government mints
in Mexico and now there are only
two and it is said these will won
jata!< appears from a financial
standpoint to be growing fat on
war Baron Komura, Minister of
foreign affairs, said recently that
the financial capabilities of Japan
bad completely surpassed tbe
world. The bank clearings he
said for 1904 exceed i2,000;000,-
000 which was unprecedented.
Jt'doe Webb, member of tbe
last legislature, has tignified bis
willingness to attend a special
session at 15 00 per day and
mileage to correct the error in
tbe Terrell election law. Should
not wonder; five dollsrs a day is
mors pay than the average leg-
islator makes at home in a week.
The Weimar Mercury very
truthfully asserts the present low
prices of truck is very disoour-
aging to the average farmer, but
urges them not to "give up the
ship," as the same conditions
have been encountered with other
crops in the past. Cotton only a
few years ago was worth 4 and 5
cents a pound, which caused the
staple to be sold at a distinct loss
to the farmers This was dis-
couraging, of course, yet within
a year or two prices reacted t >
such an extent that the farmer
received a splendid price for hie
cotton. Over in East Texas there
are seasons when the much-
talked-of peach and tomato crops
fail to bring anything like a de-
cent price, and yet they are al-
lowed to rot in tbe orchards and
fields, but the folka over there do
not give up, realizing that the
next s awn may even up tbinga,
with eomething over. Trucking
will pay, but it wtli not pay every
ye*r, and the farmer must learn
to realize and expect thie.
A variety stage transforms an
actress into an artiat.
Better a live politician than a
Milkmen are the last to desert
j the water wagon.
When it comes to kiesing two
heads are better than one.
A chronic kicker is a nuisance,
but en occasional kick helps
Every man knows too many
things that are none of their busi-
A man isn't necessarily a sign
painter because he believes in
Excessive modesty has kept
many a deserving man's nose to
Every lazy man will get a move
on himself when invited to face
Taxing bachelors may not
boost the matrimonial game, but
ii apt to encourage emigration.
If you want to interest your
boy in farm life, »o that he won't
Railroad «p,.» th.™» °« "> h*
opinion U»t th. South »nd «». W°> • oolt, elf, pig or
Southwest are destined to become
tbe oenter of tbe greatest in
duatrial aotivity and dsvelopmsnt
in this country within the next
ten or twelve yaara.and warna
the eeftlers of that section to be
prepared for tba grsat induatrial
Another bitch ia said to have
taken place in tbe arrangements
under consideration for the re-
lease of Mac Stewart, the old
Confederate Veteran confined in
« Mexioan priaon at Chihuahua,
Mexico, that may oause another
u lay in the prooeedinga, muobto
thr regret of his old army com-
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pisos of isnd to attsnd to bimaelf.
Don't taks ths animala away from
him aa aoon aa they are ready for
market, but allow the boy the
proceeda. Alao let him laarn bow
to do bia own bargaining and aell
bia own etock. if thie ia done,
nine timea out of ten he will not
only remain on the farm but will
learn to like it better than any
other place. Nothing like self-
interest to atimulats one's ambi-
tion and nothing like the proa-
peot of bettering one'a condition
financially to hold one to his
The population of Japan ia over
50 OCO f00.
He Wished For Her,
"You eeee," explained a young
man aa be ehowed a pretty girl
tbe wiah-bone of a cbioken at a
picnio luncheon, "you hold here
and I'll hold here. Then we
muat make a wiah and pull, and,
when it breaka, tbe one who has
ths biggest partof it will have hia
or her wiah gratified." "But I
don't know what to wiah for," aha
proteated, "Oh, you can think
of eomething I" he aaid. "No, I
can't," aha replied. "I oan't
think of any thing I went." "Well
I'll wiah for you!" he exolaimed.
"Will you really?" ahe aaked.
"Yes." "Well, then, there'a no
use troubling about the old bone,
ahe interrupted, with full amile.
"You can have me."—Milwaukee
Twelve immense steam ahovela
have been controted for by the
government to dig at the Panama
Canai. They will ssoop up at
one to three oubio yards of dirt.
Fifteen thousand iron and ateel
workers ia tbe vicinity of Pitts*
burg have had their wagea volun-
tarily raiaed ten par cent.
; purehese it wbere you please.
These Jinea can be built of natire ]
poles 16 to 18 feet bi«ti, and where
not more than two wires are placed j
on the pole line, nocrossarms would1
The poles should be placed not I
lees than 30 to the mile, with double \
corners, set at leafet three feet in'
the ground, all corners am1 curves
to be well guyed aod braced.
It will be better lo spend a little
more money on the start in budd-
ing the line than to have a constant!
expense for repairs later on.
The cost of wire per single mile
at Dallap, would be 84.56, 80 brack-
ets and 30 g!ass insulators at the
same place woi»ld cost 70 cents, this
making the cost of your line per
mile, aside from labor and poles,
$5 2d, with freight to your town
If it is desired, tbe Southwestern
Company will furnish a man, at
cost, to supervise the construction
of a line for you and will furnish
you with all information you desire
regarding the best methods of con-
This man could be furnished from
a near by town so that the expense
for railroad fare would be nominal.
The Southwestern Company's can-
vasser will call upon you in the near
future, if required; and will be pre-
pared to take contracts along the
lines laid out herein. These con-
tracts will be signed in duplicate
and left with our Manager at the
above town, but will not be binding
unless at least six are secured on
each line and the contract is duly-
executed, Yours truly,
The Southwestern Tkltobaph and
h eo i- ohirmacher.
(sucoeishojl to r. k. luhn.)
Special nUeuhcw g..'o to she filling of
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BNerv&s sarsaMt 1
B. B. Flour,
the best in the mar-
r.R-« ERWLIHH "Jf
Sold metallic boxea, amled with blue ribbon.
o other. Rrhwdu|«r«iiiHib>U-
iMrilBllattou. Buy or your Druggiit,
if. In •tampa for PuUnlan, T*»tl-
Is snd " Seller fir LmUh." in tf ter,
br return Mall. I«,0*« Teatlmomals. Sold by
OBlOHHTIV OHBMIOAL OO. ^
SlOO S«tlM» Haara, PHlI^a V
WM. S. VINSON,
Wcpifci to Luoa Alter Wi® * wxit*
Condition oi Youi Vrcmu^
Priapt Atteitiii Sifii ti til Notlcu
Just n ceivfii. n ^r+««h invoirv -.f up-t >• !-n» iu
li.oo-! .>et.s D rs, R < K. rs,
Bureaus, u wdroWs Dcaks,
Carpets, Mattings, Window Shades,
Paints, Oils, \'arnish, Wall Paper
G. HERMANN, Brenliato,
(-rive u.5 a call.
Is a model which for
Can not bft Excelled.
T. A. LOW & SONS.
Lumber and Bug^y Dealers, Brenhan, Tei.
Drugs, Medicines and Toilet Articles,
It is a generally recognized fact among practitioners that
in Medieine is necessary 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 oonfidonce of physicians and others who know
our methods. They know they every drug-or medicine from this
ia correct in every respect. A full line of perfumery tfept in stock.
Patronage solicted. Satisfaction guaranteed.
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Rankin, John G. Brenham Weekly Banner. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 39, No. 24, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 22, 1905, newspaper, June 22, 1905; Brenham, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth481670/m1/2/: accessed October 23, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Library Consortium.