Brenham Daily Banner. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 27, No. 10, Ed. 1 Saturday, January 11, 1902 Page: 3 of 4
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siaiilatinj the Food andRegnla
ting the Stoasfichs and Bowels of
l.nkvn ks:r<(,«11 d k tn
ness and Rest .Contains neittier
Opium.Morphine nor Mineral.
isot nAlt C OTIC.
/Aw/w WOMMrStM TLPtJVmU
Mx. Senna >
Hocked* Halls -
Ht Ctirboaait-Sctfa >
A perfect Remedy forConstipa
Ron, Sour Stomach,Diarrhoea
ness and loss of Sleep.
Fac S untie Sijjnclure or
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
FORECAST OF FASHIONS.
t.XAC T COPY OF WRAPPER
r-a i/. new york city,
New FALL Stock Has
PERFUMES FOR EVERY DAY
Lubin'u, Duval's, Laulier'e, Crown Perfumery Co., Imperil!,
Lazell's, EaBterman's, freeman's, Mdlef'g, Colgate'*.
PERFUME ATOMIZERS AT LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICE
A full line of Imported and Domestic Toilet end Medicinal
R. E, LUHN'S Drug Store,
Oif Painted Portraits Fr'de]
We arc offering with every $20 cash purchase one HANI> PAfXT* vn unb
td att ttuiptc nnlnmnrt on.r atut.ro.a e a|go c&rry 3k v'
Panne velvet and fancy rib-
bons are used as trimmings for
children's hats and are much
more youthful in effect than
plain satin. *
Louis XIII oollars are worn
over handsome coats and offer
unlimited opportunities for fine
needlework and original designp.
The best boas, whether of
chiffon or fur, are quite long and
round. They are large enough
to extend around the throat
Jet promises to be extensively
worn this winter, and the new
jetted robes spangles and bead
trimmings are exceptionally
English serges and mohairs,
French cheviots, henrieltas,
eoliennes and cashmeres are
among the plain dress fabrics
for autumn wear.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Professor Stirling, F. H. 8., of the
University of Adelaide, South Aus-
tralia, who is now In London, carried
with him for the British Museum n
consignment of the bones of that re-
markable gigantic extinct marsupial
known to science as the Dlprotodon
Australia. This huge animal had a
skull measuring nearly three feet In
length and It probably exceeded the
rhinoceros In bulk.
11 ow to Ketp Eggs
One good housekeeper told me she
always had perfectly fresh eggs when
eggs were not always fresh, and this Is
the way slie did It: When they were
cheap and fresh she dipped them for
an instant in hot, thin, gum-arabic
water, draining them in a wire plate
drainer, and then packed them away
In the dark.—Mrs. learned In Woman's
The Fairest Offer Ever Make
To any one suffering with dyspepsia, indi-
gestion, sour stomach, heartburn, take Ren
Dyspepsia Tablets. AH drupgi'ti are au-
thorised by the manufacturer! to rotund the
money in any case they fail torn re. Prico
60c t>er package. Remember tint nam"—
Rex Dyspepsia Tablet*.
A good wife remembers a com-
pliment paid her fyteband as !png
as she lives.
A system regulator is a
strengthens and stimulates the tte«r, kidneys,
stomach and bowels. PRICKLY ASH
BITTERS is a superior systom regulator.
It drives out all unhealthy conditions, pro-
moles activity of body and brain, i tjstores
good appetite, sound sleep and clierrftj.l
spirits. S. Rouse Co , special agent*,
Did it ever occur to you,
fully 98 per cent, of the,
fered for sale are g>,Vft$
To Cure Male^ji, .y
Take (,>uInoria. <\)'| "
ized to refur.^t ti^.
chills, fover qr^njajiK
60c per pacjcpg£»
ft S. ROGERS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Practices in all the Courts of t\r State.
Office—MMoml Moo* Oralier Hulltllng
CAMPBELL A- PENNINGTON,
LAW V KUS.
Offiof ovkk FihsT National Bank.
Will Practice In all the I'Mrtt
Notary In Ottlce.
M. MATH hi.
Practices in all the Courts of the State.
Office— Hintalrn lu Norton Hiiltilln*.
yy a HENDERSON,
Attorney and Coniiselor-at-Law
Licensed and will practice in all State and
BKKNHAM and BEAUMONT, TEXAS.
Dr. Eniily Shedd,
Physician «n« Surgeon
Room 2, Dwyer bldg. Giddings' Memorial
N. E. Corner Parsonage.
Courthouse Square. Telephone 84 4.
Dr. J. S. Holland,
Ornr*—Jacob's building—Up one flight.
Prescription headquarters—S. Koine &
X's Drug Store.
T»t.KPlION*. AT OKKICB ANXt RttSlDtCNl'S
f KESSLI N6'S
The neatest and i>«at market in *
The best moata of ill kttnk sold * wly-
onahle prices. 11 reM"
Ugliest Market Price hi'
for Fat Cattle
All kinds of , , .
made to o«tar. »KH kept on . " ,or
Patronaiee ' delivery in city.
euarafeW solicited and satisfaction
<4. ' Phon 47
A. ■-WW. ..-U.J proprietor
i H t
OruggisU are author-
money in any
U it fails to euro
jople's idea of economy
prive themselves of things
TRAIT FREE, enlarged from any photo desired.
FRAMES at tow prices.
Our Well Selected Stock
fge stock of
Dry Goods and Grocerios is offered at very close figures,
ok Wore buying olsewherc.
Yours for Tratio
Call and, examine our
Instead of whining and groaning over the
consequences of thebroken laws of health,
how wiser it is, upon the first appearance of
indigostion, loss of appetite, insomnia, con-
stipation, etc., to remove the cause and pre-
vent disease by the timely use of the great
remedy of the wise old monk of St. Bernard,
who found the way to cure diseasos by puri-
fying the blood. The "St. Bernard Vege-
table Pills" are the oldest, belt tested and
most successful medicinal compound in the
Jt! X ^ jfc IjLSTX JL SL ^ g
LATEST STYLES IN
A medical student says that
mortification ensues when a
young man popn the question
and the girt says no.
StopsPtli«9 C otifla
i%«*l Work* off the C.*oI«l
LaiatlVe Broino - l^uinioe Tat>Iei|g
euro a tjolcl in one daj. No C'uw ,
No I>y. Price 25 <»nts.
The finest liquors, wines and eig« irs
In the city can be had at the OaaJ no
A SOLDIKR'H FIND AT MANILA
Corporal Wilson, «1 tfi© Fourth In-
fantry, Find# 11 Certain Cure for
Consumption In tlie Far-A way
Corporal Wilson, of Calvett. Texa«, re-
turned home from h two years' campaign in
the Philippines. Wlnle there he discovered
a certain cure for Consumption and all lung
di ,eases. Write to )i 11 for particulars.
SANTA FH SALOON
W. A WOOD & CO..
Complete line Building Material.
McMullen Poultry Netting and
Waukegan Barb Wire Rett Spool
OppflCltA Union llepot, Hrouhain.
Open day and night. Hot and Col 1 luncl.
Hah and Oysters served to order at ah! hours.
The best Liquors and Cigars in the cit t- No
better place in town to get what you want.
m- AmWIOAN «*«« always on tap.
aoknt fou tbaout'a couch cu »*«
VI. M URPHY. Mansg rr.
HAVE AEi30 JIT8T RhOElVED r.ATJiP'
t' DESIGNS IX
Folding Beds, Von Beds,
AND BOO' ^ OASES.
notice to taxpayers,
All State and County Taxes
must be paid by January 3Kst,
after which date the ten per
cent penalty will be added.
All occupation tax now «dua
must be paid before Janui iry
15th, or suit will be institul ed
for its collection.
Tax Collectorof Washington Ci >.
iNO NEW IN' A NICK
Prairkd Grass Rocker
rtlis is mi oci<1 and v»r\
fti!liiitire iit the iwloi'.
ti '-o jiifCt
Coie Lo' x at My Stock vfoi needing anything in the Furniture Line.
Our large sales guarantee
freshness, our name purity o£
the drugs we sell. Two grada
ates of pharmacy attend to the
Job. Tristram, Druggist.
See T. A. Low & Sons for New
Stoughton Wagons and all styles
of Buggies at prices that wjiP
surprise you. We carry a nice
stock of Lumber, and want your
trade and will give you ae much
for your money as any one, if
not more. T. A. Low & Sons.
WEST SANDY STHhKi
Combs, hairbrushes, complex-
ion powders, nail and tooth
brushes and all other toilet arti-
cles in great variety at Jos.
The best lunches in the City ar » to
he had at the Casino Saloon ; Wi('
All who wish their pian oa
tuned may leave orders wi lb
Mrs. Ida Harris for the ne xt
30 days. Country orders giv» tn
W. D. Limper.
LOST—Between Stone and Brenham or.a
Christmas night, a long Raglan overcoat,,
dark gray color. Finder will be liberally re-
warded by leaving it at Rouse's drug store—
1-2-o2-2w DK. A. E. BECKER.
Notice is hereby given that alii
City Taxes must be paid by Janua-
ry 31st, 1'.I02, after which date the
customary ten per cent penalty will,
E. L. SALLEV,
City Tax Collector.
FOR RENT.—I have two good
improved and well watered farms,
Bplendid location west of town.
Will rent for 4th of cotton and
3rd of corn. T. H. Dwyer.'
—From the premises of
Driving Wagons, Farm
Harness, Hancock Disc
Rotary Dutchman Disc
New Cassaday and Good
Enough Sulky Plows,
Iron, Coal, Wagon and
Buggy Materials, ctc.
F. W. SCHUERENBERG BCm'
. a a *
*' jST 1.1^ ,«y -Igr -syr ^
ALL one I.WCS in
t'.i* ,alter the tinefct in
a'il locomotives are he
if .g equipped with oil
(No cinders )
W. S. KEENAN, G. P. A.
Fortune* are going to he made in the
Creek Country, as they hare in all the other
Indian lands that have been opened for !>et-
tlement. This section contains AH r INK
FARMING LAND AS CAN BE FOUND
ON THE AMERICAN CONTINENT, and
the lucky investors who first make arrange-
ments with the Creeks for the purchase ol
their allotments arc certain to "reap a rich
If, for any reason, the ^""leseeker Oecid«i
not to locate in the Creek Nation, T il BKfc
IS PLENTY OF GOOD LAND IN OK-
LAHOMA which can be had at reasonable
I'lease bear in mind that THE FRISCO
SYSTEM 13 A (iOOD ROUT* TO KL
RENO and the re ently opened Kiowa-
THE PUREST AND BEST.
II. H. mm,, AkpiiI, Brenliaiu. Tex
We have all our Toys and Holiday Goods displayed now, and can
show JOU the largest line in the c-ity. In DolU, we have a big
assortment. In Wooden Toys, we have a large assortment. In
fact, we have everything that is made in 1 oys, also a good line ot
Ce laloid Goods, and other Fancy Good#.
flOMK AKOIM» l;AIU.\
ANi> «»■:« Olllt l.INt:.
O. SCHAWE & SON
A FINE FARM FOR SALI
Highest Market PHm Fal.l for
GO TO THE
Julius Drews, at Zionsville, on
the evening of Dec. 30, 1901, one
tim n gray mare, 15 hands 1 inch
«*h , no brand; harness mark on
back; lump on left hind foot;
■freeh scratch on tail; long tail
and rumpey mane. Ten dollars
xeward to the man who will re-
turn same to Cliarley Look, at jj
. ZitMisville. 1
TIN WORK. BATH TUBS, CISTERNS.
mipaik woaa a bfbcialt*.
\ XII Be«e*ltli Neatness and Dlsntrt
Ai ID FULLY OUARAHTMO.
I offer for sale, on liberal termi, a splendid farm, located seven miles wat ijl
jo7 acres of productive land, lew j
ill Cre«k bottom land, balance hill 1
Brenham, near Klump postofhee, containing J07 acres of productive land, 160
acres in cultivation, »0 acres of which is Sii
and prairie, newly cieare<l; balance in pasture. .
There is a six-room residence on the premises, Iront gallery, barns, l«aok-., 1
springs ; also one four room tenant house, one three-room tenant house 1 ne ]
entire place is wsll watered^and wiil be sold to an early applicant at
Apply to John G. Rankii
.thikhjlM AOINT roK
Bpeaham, T«xat, will receive prompt atten-
tion, and sai»sfacti<M guaranteed.
F. W. WOOD,
| Lumber, Shingles, Sash, Blinds.
LIME, HIGH GRADE CEMENT,
Buckeye Mowers and Weber Wagons
,^WtRa AND NAII-S-*
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Rankin, John G. Brenham Daily Banner. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 27, No. 10, Ed. 1 Saturday, January 11, 1902, newspaper, January 11, 1902; Brenham, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth482194/m1/3/: accessed April 19, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Library Consortium.