Brenham Daily Banner. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 27, No. 7, Ed. 1 Wednesday, January 8, 1902 Page: 3 of 4
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.^Vegetable Preparation for As -
ting the Stomachs and Bowels of
INI VN lS/( H1LDHKN
ness and Rest.Contains neither
Snum, Morphine nor Mineral.
/*v* afou/trSHMt 'ELprrawi
Arnse Seed *■
Aperfecl Remedy forConslipa-
fion, Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea
Worms .Convulsions .Feverish
ness and Loss of Sleep.
Facsimile Signature or
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
EXACT COPY G~ WRAPPER.
TMf CffHTAV!* CCMMNY. NEW YORK CITY*
SISTER: READ MY FREE OFFER
Wise Words to Sufferers
From a Woman of Notre Dam>, Ind.
I will mail, tree of any charge, ihis Home Treat-
ment with lull instructions and the history of my own
case to any lady suffering ln.ni female trouble. You
can cure yourself at home without the aid ol any
physician. It will cost you nothing to give the,
treatment a trial, and if you decide to continue.it.
will only cost you alxnit twelve cents a week.
It will not interfere with your work or occupation,
I have nothing to sell. Tell other sufferers of it—
that is all I ash. It cures all, young or okl .
<ST II you (eel a bearing-down sensation, sense <4
impending evil, pain in the back or bowel*, creeping
feeling up the spine, a desire to crv frequently, hot'
flashes, weariness, frequent desire to urinate, or il yoa,
have Leucorrhea (Whites;, Displacement or Falling
of the Womb, Profuse, scanty or Painful Periods,
Tumors or Growths, address MRS. M. SUMMERS,
NOTRE DAMF., INIJ,, U.S.A., (or the Ki<>;<
Treatment and kvi,t. information.
ousands besides myself have cured themselves with it. I send it in plain wrappers,
TO MOTHERS OF DAUOHTERS I will explain a simple Home Treatment which speedily and
effectually cures Leucorrhta, Green Sickness and Painful OI Irregular Menstruation in young ladies.
It will save you anxiety and expense and save your daughter tht humiliation of explaining her
troubles to others. Plumpness and health always result from its use.
Wherever you live I can refer you to well-known ladies of your own state or county who know and
will gladly tell any sufferer that this Home Treatment really cure* all diseased conditions ol out
delicate female organism, thoroughly strengthens relaxed muscles and ligaments which cause dis-
placement, and makes women well. Write to-day, as this offer will not be made again Address
MRS. n. SUMMERS,?*Notre Dame, Ind., u. 5. a.
^■S^mask tor d:
mmfar Bend 1
The only safe, aura and
reliable Female PILL
ever offered to Ladlea,
ed to married Ladlea.
FOB 8AUC BY Alt DKTTGOI8T8.
JLA.H,' , J* JH! <16 ii> ^ J>i ifc ,ig> ^
A. 3NJ X>
Our New FALL Stock Has
PERFUMES FOR EVERYDAY
Lubin'a, Duval's, LaiitierV, Crown Perfumery Co., Imperial,
Jjazelt'B, Eftsterman's, Freeman's. Miller's, Colgate's.
PIHFD8IE ATOMIZERS AT LOWEST POSSIBLE PBICE
A full liue of Imported and Domestic Toilet end Medicinal
R. E, LUHN'S Drug Store.
rat TJklWISj Xaaki.
For raa« since th« Grand
Amy of tt£b l^spublio was orgin- !
ized the mortality hi ttw order last |
year Treat boyond 10,000. It is es-
timates that, within (four or five
years ooo-hal* of the 400,000 meia-
bflrs lltilvg lh 1890 will have passed
from the rolls,
idxnia tmd har lm»-
baud, IWwi Htaly, are total ah-
ptainera. The royal example has
been followed by many prominent!
courtaerq, and reformism hope tlvat
as a result Hblland may be in some
measure rej|ered from its too free
indulgence in liauors.
Manias's Monument of Tlrfti.
alio oiH of Mantua tie birth-
pkoe of YC3& has raised a sum of
190,000 toward a monument to the
LaMa port and has cjteflacl a com-
P^oTfc^gtsisaaJet fiw. statute.
Henry Albert fatally shot hie.
wife and suicided at Chicago, 111."
A Good Il«c«uiiueinl»ttoii,
"1 have noticed that the sain on Chamber-
lain s Stomach and Liver Tablet! is almost
invariably to those who have once used
them," says Mr. J. H. Weber, a prominent
druggist, of Cascade, Iowa. mat better
recommendation could any medicine have
than for people to call for it when again in
need of such a remedy? Try them when you
-feel dull after eating, when you have a bad
taste in your mouth, feel biiious, have no ap-
pttite, or when troubled with constipation,
and you arc certain to l>e delighted with the
prompt relief which they afford. For sale
by B. E. Luhn.
The church will never satisfy
the world's needs so long as it is
satisfactory to the world's pride.
Win. Freitag can make your old
wagons as good as new at a prioe
that will pay you to have the work
b. s. rogers,
attorxky AT LAW
Practices in all the Courts of the State.
Office- Drcoiul Floor Oraber Hutldlnf
^JAMPBELL & PENNINGTON,
Officii over fihs-t National Hank.
Will Practice In all tlie Courts
Notary in t)«»■•>.
J. M. M ATHIS
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Practices in all the Courts of the State.
oni«-l!|iit«lri In Norton Hulldlur
Oil Painted Portraits Free!
We are offering with evory $20 c*fh purchase one HAND PAINTK1) TOR-
TRAIT FRKK, enlarged from at<y phnfo d'wired We also carry x l»'g A of
FRAMES at tow price#.
Our Well Selected Stock
of Dry Goods and GrorericsJs oilcre.1 at Very close liiure^. Call and examine oty
stock belore biKing elsewhere. _ ,
i ours lor i rttde,
• Attorney and Coonselor-at-Law
Licensed and will practice in all State and
BKKNHAM and HRAUMONT, TEXAS.
Dr. Emily Shetld,
Physician «nd Surgeon
Room 2, Dwyer hldg. Giddiogs' Memorial
N. K. Corner Parsonage.
Courthouse Square. Telephone 84 4.
Dr. J S. Holland,
Ornc*—facob'a building—Up one (light
Prescription headquatt«a»"H. Route &
Zo.'t Drug Store.
T*i.*fhonk ah Office and Risidshcs
Charles Stevenson, once
wealthy, starved to death at
Denver, Colo. He was too proud
to tell he needed food.
The Twice-a-Week Kepubiic.
Every Monday and Thursday a newspaper
as good as a magazine—and n belter, for it
contains the latest by telegraph as well a» in-
teresting stories—ii sent to the subscriber of
the "Twice-a-Week" Republic, which is only
one dollar a year.
The man who reads Ihe "Twice-a-Week"
Republic knows all about affairs i>olitical, do-
mestic and foreign events; is posted nbout the
markets and commercial matters generally.
The woman.who reads the "Twice i-Week"
Republic gathers a bit of valuable information
about household affairs and late fashions and
finds recreation in the bright stories that come 1
under both the headings of both fact and fie- I
tion. There is gossip about new books aad a ]
dozen topics of especial interest lo the wide-1
awake man and woman
Representative Grow, of Penn-1
sylvania, was first seated in the;
national house fifty years ago'
this month. Had his service,,
there been continuous he would]
have had a parliamentary career J
as extraordinary in duration agi
that of some mpmbers of the |
Ths neatest and beat market io
The beat moats of all kindf lold at »«•*-
highest Market Price Pild tor f«! Oattli
Hogs ind stmt,
All kinds of Sausage kept on hand) M
made to order. Free delivery in, aity,
Patronage *>licited aad; salMtctton
guaranteed. 'Won parings.
LOST—Between Stonp and lir«nliam o.i
Christmas night, a long Raglan overcoat,
lor. Finder will he li'
dark gray color,
F'inder will I
t at Rou
DR. A. e, BECKER
_ . liberally re-
warded by leaving it at Rouse's drug store.
The cold weather, it is assert-
ed, has severely injured the
orange trees in the vicinity of
Lake Charles, La.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
BRKNHAM AO INT FOR
f aldorf Club Rye Wiisley,
The purest and best Whiskey in the mar-
ket. All orders addressed 10 a. RULOFff
Brenham, Texas, will receive prompt atten-
tion, and satisfaction guaranteed.
A SOLDIER'S FIND AT MANILAJ
Cwrjioral Wilson, ot the Fourth In-
fantry, Finds u Certain Cure for
Consumption in the Far - Away
Corporal Wilson, of Calvert, Texas, I#*
turnoa home from a two years' campaign in
the Philippines. While thero he discovered
a certain cure for Consumption and all lung
diseases. Writo to him for particulars*
On Ivert Texas
SANTA i t SALOON
Opposite Union Depot, Krenhsm. Tesaa.
Open day and night. Hot and cold lunch
Fish and Oysters served to order at all hours.
The best Liquors and Cigars in the city. No
better place in town to get what you want,
sfk- Am am cam bus always on tap,
ACENT FOR TCACUK'8 COUOII CURB.
W B. MTIRPHT, Manager.
LATEST STYLES IN
W. A WOOD & CO..
Complete line Biildiitg Materiel.
McMellee Peeltry Netting end
Waukegan Barb Wire- Red Speei
^ppr_p, av ^
SCHUERENBERG s SPECIALTIES
Rotary Dutchman Disc
Driving Wagons, Farm
Harness, Hanco'ck Disc Iron, Coal, Wagon and
New Cassaday and jGood
Enough Sulky Plows,
Buggy Materials, etc.
F. W. SCHUERENBERG
ALL OTHER HUES IN
The latter the £nast in
All locomotives are be-
ing equipped with oil
W. s. KEEMN.&tAJ
THE PUREST AND BEST.
II. K. Sill III,Z, Axe nl. Hrrnlism. Texas
The best lunches in the city are to
be had at the Casino Saloon and
ForUAes ars going to be made in the
Creek Country, M • they have in all the other
Indian laada that hate beeo opened for net-
tlemont. Thai * v.-tion conUins AS FIN!
FARMING LAN D AS CAN BE FOUND
ON THE AMKRKCAN CONTINENT, and
the luekTRS^estons who first make arrange-
ments with the Ol *eka for the purchase ol
their allotments aoe certain to "reap a rich
If. for wy reason, the horoaseeker decid«.
not to leotvte in the Creek Nation, THERK
IS PLJENTT OF CiOOD LAND IN OK-
IiAHOMA which g»n be h»d at r«Montble
Pli me bftr to mind that THE FRIBCO
8YS TEM IS A GOOD ROUTE TO EL
RK? SO and the recently opened Kiowa-
Cor aancha-Apachei strip.
have also just received the latest designs in
Folding Beds, Iron Beds,
AND BOOK OASES.
GO TO THE
SOMETHING NEW IN A NICE,
Prairie Grass Rocker
This is an odd and very nice piece of
furniture for the parlor.
Come Look it My Stock when needing anything ii the Farcit'jrt Line,
We bare all our Toys and Holiday Goods displayed now, and can
show jou the largest line in the city. Tn Dolls, we have a big
assortment. In Wooden Toys, we liavc a large 'assortment. In
fact, we have everything'that is made in Toys, also a good line ol
Ce'luloid Good*, and other Fancy Goods.
COMIC AKOI'MM KAliLl
AXII SKK OCIt I.I**
O. SCHAWE & SON
AFINE FARM FOR SALE!
•'i dfcr for sale, on liberal team, a splendid farm, located seven miles west of
Brenbem, near Klumr. poatoftice, containing 207 acres of prodactiro land, iso
actwi tn cultivation, 80 acres of which is Mill cre-k bottom land, bilance hill
and prairie, newly cleared; balance in pasture.
There is a six-room residence on the premises, front gallery, barns, ®°k>,
springe; also one four room tenant hou-te, one three-room tenant house ihe
entire place is well watered^and wiil be sold to an early applicant at a hargam.
}Apply to John G. Rankin,
TIN WORK, BATH TUBS, CISTERNS.
RIPAIIt WORK A SPICIALTV.
M Wort Bom ittl Neatms aid llsitrl
AN0 rULUV OUAKANTIIW
west sandy svrekt
Elgin & Vann,
"0PFKA BARBER SHOP/
F. W. WOOD
Lumber, Shingles, Sash, Blinds
LIMK. HIGH GRADE CEMENT,
Buckeye Mowers and Weber
n/vn^v\v!ri and niiii's^aaaaaa^/
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Rankin, John G. Brenham Daily Banner. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 27, No. 7, Ed. 1 Wednesday, January 8, 1902, newspaper, January 8, 1902; Brenham, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth482596/m1/3/: accessed April 4, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Library Consortium.