Brenham Daily Banner. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 27, No. 7, Ed. 1 Wednesday, January 8, 1902 Page: 4 of 4
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Dr, Will Weibusch, a promin-
ent and popular dental surgeon
of this city, will lead Miss Ola
Williamson, of Burton, to the
hymeniai altar today at the home
of the bride, who is the adopted
daughter of Mr. I. N. Carmean,
a prominent capitalist of that
place. The happy couple will
return this afternoon on the Cen-
tral and a large en fair has been
prepared in their honor at the
residence of Mr. L. Landgraf on
Sandy street, to which a large
number of the friends of both
parties have been invited. Dr.
Weibusch is a young man whose
straightforward [and exemplary
conduct and strict attention to
business has won for him the
esteem of his fellow citizens of
Brenham, all of whom join the
Banner in extending congratula-
tions to the fortunate young man.
Miss Ola Williamson is one of the
most prominent society girls of
our neighboring town, where
she has lived since infancy. Her
amiable disposition and many
charming traits have endeared
her to a large circle of friends,
both in her home town and in
The couple have rented the
cottage on Main street formerly
ocftipied by L. Z. Harrison.
The city will install its own
electric light plant.
Our large sales guarantee
freshness, our name purity o
the drugs we sell. Two gradu
ates of pharmacy attend to the
Jos. Tristram, Druggist.
Brenham Lodge, Daughter's of
Rebekah, installed their newiy
elected officers Tuesday after
noon, and participated in an ex
cellent banquet afterwards.
Several members of Cartmel
lodge No. 39, I. O. 0. F., were
present by invitation, and are
extravagant in their praise of the
AT MISTROT BROS. & CO S.
loMhe Glad Now VV ^erX,P'"'ce- Sixty thousand dollars worth of Gilt Edge Seasonable Meichandise will be offered as a starter
cheapest. A perusal of the the.,ncw,year ls t0 resolv® to..buy where you can get your goods the
on the nhtforni nf nr™ • ----'g prices will convince any one that they cannot ie duplicated in this sectio 1. We solicit trade
on the platform of pnces ana quality of goods. Give us a chance to prove our fidelity to the platform.
FOR RENT.—I have two good
improved and well watered farms,
splendid location west of town.
Will rent for 4th of cotton and
3rd of corn. T. H. Dwyer.
To Cure Chill* or Malaria in 4 Days,
Take Quiooria. All druggist! are a„
ihorized to refund the money in any cue of
chilli, fever or malaria it faili to cure.
Price 5OC per package.
The finest liquors, wines and cigars
in the city can be bad at the Casino
Be«r» the Tin Kind You Ha» Always Beu$t
"The Minister's Son."
"The Minister's Son" is one of
the coming season's successes.
The public has grown tired of the
sensational drama, of hair-
breadth escapes, thrilling esca-
pades, chain lightning, rain
storms and the heroine in the
nick-o -time. These were well
enough in their way but that day
has gone by. The public no
longer aspires to witness so much
sensation; it prefers something
new, something more realistic,
something of merit as well as
title. "The Minister's Son" is a
play that will fill the bill,—
Comedy clean and perfect, de
void of trash and vulgarity. At
the Grand Saturday night. Jan-
Gents Furnishing Goods
This depaitment is brimful of
the newest and neatest up to date
mens and boys goods. Now the
time has come when our Mr. S. P.
Mistrot of Galveston says: Cut,
and cut em deep. It will be our
loss and a big gain for you. Notice
16 doz mens blue and red sweats
ere were 65c to close at 35c.
17 doz mens red end blue all
wool sweaters were 1.25 now 15c.
1 doz menB cardinal jackets brown
and blue were 1.25 now 50o.
1 1"2 doz mens all wool jersey
coats 5.00 now 3.98.
1 doz mens wool mixed
coats were 4.50 now 3.00.
1 doz mens wool mixod
coats 3.50 now 2.50.
1.50 line negligee shirts now 1.20.
1.25 fine neglige shirts now 98c.
98c and $1 line neglige shirts now
85c and 75c line neglige shirts
50 fine neglige shirts now 39c.
35 fine neglige shirts now 29.
25 fine neglige shirts now 19c.
These are all fresh and this
•Mens fine japonette hemstitched
initial handkerchiefs plain aed
colored border worth 20c each
selling at 10c.
Big line Mens silk handkerchiefs
in white and colored.
fc[ats and Caps-
ISrOno price, right price, the
lowest price,—Hats and Caps will
be found here from a John B Stet
Mens caps cow at 25c and 50c.
Boys caps nice lined for Xtnas at
25c and up.
Boys nobby hats were 50c now
Boys hats all styles and colors
big values at 50c, 75c and $1.
One lot mens tine derby hats
Dulop Hawes and Stetson make all
colors none worth less than $3 to
$5. choice of any at $2.
One lot mens silk hats extra line
quality Dunlap make worth .110
\unas price $5.
Mens fine fur hats in all the lead-
ing colors and shapes at 50c, 75c,
98c, $1, 1.25, 1.50, 1.98 up to $3.
Youths Long Pants.
3 pieced suits. All styles and
colors to select from at unloading
Youths $3 suits 1.98.
" 3.98 "
" 4.98 "
•' 5.98 »
" 7.50 "
Boys Knee Suits.
Two pieces.—Bring your litt.e
boys in, we can fit them and fit
them well with the right price?.
Big values will be given with little
Boys $1.25 suits 98c.
All goes in at cut prices, all goods
marked down with blue pencil
1.98 wool undershirts now 1.48.
1.50 wool undershirts now 1.20.
1.25 wool undershirts now 98c.
1 00 wool undershirts now 79c.
98c wool fleece undershirts
50 heavy ribbed blue and
stripe undershirts now 38c.
35 ribbed white undershirts now
25 white cotton undershirt* now
We haT« drawers to match the
above shirts at same prices as shirts
Mens Rain Day Coats.
Big line mens
$1.98c to $8.
Mens rubber lined brofvn
black duck coats at $1.75.
Mens blanket lined duck coats at
75c and $1.
Mens black slickers Fish brand
pummel and straight front at $2.75
Item ember, now until Christmas
big Cuts regardless of cost!
Mens black clay worsted satin pyke
sack suits, big value at $10 selling
now at $7.50.
Mens 4.98 suits now 2.08.
$6 suits now 3 50.
Mens suits $7 now 5.00
Mens suits £10 navy, black and
gray 7 50.
Meoa fine light weight eemuo.! Mot'KSClo 0?
price 1.2oc and 1.10c. Mens $18 navy suits now 12.50.
Mens line undressed kid gloves 1 Mens $16.50 navy, black, granite
in gray and brown 1.65 now 1.10c >»w $13.50,
m-m cuts mean quick selling. You
will find this depirtment brimful of flret-
class merchandise, strictly new and freshl
from the loom—20,000 yards dress style
calico, all the best brands, others ask 5 and
0 cents, all Roes at 3 j_g cen<s
fjc Dress Piute Outing at 3 1-20
6 l-2e Check Outing goes at .8 l-2o
12 l-2c Fancy Outing goes at 9c
Jc Island Brown Domestic at 4c
0 1-2 Indian head domestic 4 1-2C
Lonsdale green ticket domestic 7c
8 13 drilling goes at 6c
1'epperell drilling goes at 7c
9-4 and I0-4 brown and bleached sheeting
4o all wool twill Ilainel in red, navy and
eraygoos at 2oc
Cotton flannol. bleached and brown at 4-i2c
Extra heavy cotton flannel at 7c
10 cotton flannel goes at 813c
Big line all wool, half wool and cotton
joans all goes in this sale at cut prices.
All wool white flannel selling now at cut
prices at I5.2o, 20 and .15c.
500 boys knee pants 50c.
Big line to select from at and be-
low cost; all must go. Now until
Xmas is the time extended.
Boys 25c pants 19c.
11 35e " 25c.
" 50c " 35c.
(55o " 48c.
" 1.25 " 98c.
Gents fine dressed kid gloves
(an and brown 1.50 now 97c.
Mens unlined dress kid gloves in
>ght, tan and brown 1.25c now 88c.
Mens fine kid mitts fleece Jin.»d
were 1.25c sale price 73c.
Mens dog skm gloves at 48c.
Mens knit ba«k gloves 50c at 3Cc
Mens heavy Bcotch knit gloves all
wool were 35c sale price 25c.
Boys gloves and mitts nice line to
eeleet from at cut prices 25cm3d
Mens Half Hose.
1 lot seamlaea half-hose in tans
and browns fast colors lisle finish to
close at 10c 12 l-2c, 15c, <20c and
-Mets extra heavy ribbed and
plai.n all wool hose sale price 25c.
'♦fens extra heavy blue and white
and brown and white selling now at
Mens extra heavy bine and white
black and granite
the San An-
Mens $18 navy,
suits now 15.00.
Mens odd coats from
touio stock at 85c.
Mens odd pants from tbe San An-
tonio stock at 25c.
Mens odd vests at 25c;
Mens odd coats all wool $1.50.
Mens odd vests big line 50$ and SWct,
Note these prices;
guaranteed or your money back.
250 misses all wool ho3e only 10c.
10c wool children hose 3 l-2c.
Misses black, heavy ribbed hose
25, 20, 15, 12 1-2 and 10c.
Ladies fleece lined black hose
was 35 and 45c, to close at 25c.
Ladiew all wool black ribbed host)
35o kind now 25c.
Ladies fine black cotton hose,
seamless, at 35, 25, 20, 15, 10c.
Big tumble in ladies high
Dr. Warner's 555 <i hook corsets
were 1.50 now 1 00.
Dr. Warner's directaire, extra
fine, were 1.98 now 1.00.
Special offer now in blankets. If you
sleep cold it will not be our fault, as we
have cut prices to the core to move them.
Now until Xmas you can buy blankets at
1 1' white, pink and gray blankets worth
00c to close at 29c.
Heavy cotton fleece double blankets,
worth 98c, to close at 08c.
iox't white doublo 1-2 blanket 970
iox4 pink and brown 1.26 blanket....97c
1014 white double I.25 blanket 98c
ior4 white double 1 65 blanket 1 26
11x4 white double 1 98 blanket 1 48
white double 2 50 blanket i 98
All of our wool blankets with fancy bor-
ders goes in with a heavy cut borders.
Our $10 San Antonio California wool
blankets 12x4 size, we offer in this lot at
Napkins and Towels.
Uuloadidg sale means big cut and they
must be all sold out by Xtms. Note the
Our I.75 quality, 68 inches wide, bleached
all pure linen damask, lovely designs, to
close at I.25.
1.25 quality, 53 inches wide to close at 85;
100 •' " 75c
76c 60 " •• 48
60c 68 " 42 l-2c
85c 52 '• " 26c
Turkey red damask all go in at a sacri
06 doze a colored fringed at 48
75 dozen colored fringed at 65
,1, ,, , , 60 dozen colored frineed at 38
Dr. Wainers 338 (> hook corsets/50 plain white fringed at 38
were 1.25 now 8(io.
For men and boys nt cut prices.
Mens $5 overcoat c!.50.
'' $7.50 ulster 4.50.
" $8.50 ulster 5.50.
" $9 box coat G.98."
" $11.50 blue black 7,98.
' $12 light brnwn 8 50.
$12.50 blue and blue blacks
Ladies short waist, correct form
at 1.00 75c and 50c.
Ladies corsets as iow as 35 and
Misses corsets selling at 25c.
1 lot shirtwaists flannels in solid
and fancy colors now at 28, 49 and
55 were 00, 75 and 98c.
mixed Lose worth 8 1-3 now 5
Boys $4.50 with i.ong capo 2.98.
" 4.50 box cc/its 2.98.
•' $5 box coal s 3.50.
Youths $4.50 overcoats 2.98.
" $3.98 overcoats 2.50.
" $5 overconttf 3.50.
Every woman in
ought to know about
The*.* do know about it
wonder how tbey ever got akm?
without it. It has robbed child-
birth of i(5 terror* for
gMitb figure and saved her much
suffering. It is an external lmi»
»«nt and carries with it therefore,
absolutely no danger of upaettinir
t the system as drugs taken kitern-
®P» <0 do. It is to be
rubbed into tbe abdomen to soften
•nd strengthen tbe muscle* which
are to bear the strain This means
much less pain, tt also prevents
morning sKknias and all of the
other discomfort* of preguaaev
A druggist of Macon, Ga.. n«i
1 tiave sold, a large quantity of
Mother's Prieotl «nd have ever
baowa an instance where it has
failed to produce the good results
claimed for it."
A prominent lady of Lam-
Ark., writes: ■■ With tny
, *'* children I was in labor
wl. 9i. to 3° Iwurs. After uiimr
* '' rl<f0d. tny seventh was
wort1 in 4 hours *
Get H..i»,rr'« Prleml at tlx drur
SI M t«r "•
It* MUX KID Rttturoit CO.
4IUSIA. fc*. *
WIO.tm mm mm litMMMkwa, "ttfgu tiMt
Boys suspenders at 5, 10=, and 15c
Mens suspenders at 15, 20 and
Mens Una 6>uvot HUBpeftders in
assorted colors at 15 and 20c.
Mens fine French Gayot snispen-
ders selling at 39c.
Ge nts and Boys Collars.
M'iDs rubber collars at 5c.
M.«ns rubber collars high turn- i
do»/n at 10c.
dens rubber collar linen finish
i"£h turndown were 25c now 20c.
Mens fine four ply linen high
turndown latest out at 10 and
12 1 2c.
Mens linen and rubber cuffs 20,
'15 and 10c.
20 inch barrel top zink trunk
28 inch barrel
30 inch barrel
32 inch barrel top zink toptr unks
34 inch barrel top zink ti nnk
28 inch linen canvas iron bou nd
i trunk 2.59.
30 inch linen canvas iron bout *d
'trunk 2.75. *
32 inch linen canvas iron bourn i
trunk 3 00.
34 inch linen canvas iron bound
trunk 3.25. ,
36 inch linen canvas iron bound ;
trunk 3 50.
Big line telescopes and gentu
Will niako a clean sweep from now
uti X-mas. All goods marked down
within the reach of everybody; now
is the golden opportunity to buy your
fall dresses and other goods. We
havo'nt tbe Bpace rior time to give a
ull list of every piece of goods in the
Noto these prices:
j Black brocade wool Hi 1 15c, now Uc
; Black brocade wool fill 25c, now 18c
> Black wool serge and lienrletta,
I were 25c now 23c
i Black storm serge wool wore -50c, at
1 Black all wool lienrletta were C5c.
j at 48c
| Extra quality French novelty 7oc
Black and colored broadcloth, 6ti
ches wide; were $1 00 and $1 25 a
yard, at 88c
Henrietta, all shades, 25, 20 and 15c.
in52-inch navy* and black all wool
storm serge extra quality, real value
$1. were 85c, olosinjr at G9c
52-all wool German serge, heavy
weight, worth $1 60 now §1 00
50-inch all wool storm serge, 85c
50-lnch all wool storm serge, 73c
Fancy colored brocade wre 25c, to
close at 18c
Novelties to select from 25c at 18c
Novelties to select flora 20c at 14c
Novelties to select' from 35c at 22 1-2
Plaids to select from were 12 ]-2c
and 15c now 10c
Novelties in shade effect selling
now 15, 12 1-2 and 10c
56-inch ladies' cloth in brown
44-iucb all wool twill wove
; worth 08c now G8c
Navy and black worth 98c now 682
Dress suitings at 12 1-2 aud 10c
Nunsveiling, all wool fill, at 12 l-2c
Embroidered flannel $1 35 at $1 00
Embroidered flannel $1 65 at II 25
Embroidered flaunel $2 25 at fl 75
l.oo plain white fringed at 70
Our extra line bookfold and extra large
napkins go in at cut prices.
25o dozen towels to select Irom wi'l be
found here and at less than factory prices.
All pure linen fringed ends and colored
borders; also plain white with hemstitched
oath towels and cotton honey comb. You
can get what you want at prices to suit the
WHITE USD SPKBAD3.
75c while bed spread now j5c
1,25 white bed spread now 96c
1 5o white bed spread now l.lo,
1 98 white bed spread now I.20 J
2.50 whit; bed spreads now 1.95
Finer grades cut deep in proportion. 1
Lace curtains and pillow shams. Big I
line to select from; all pretty and this sea- ''
son's designs will be priced at one-half of
Best quality fancy colorj at 12 I 2c
Best quality plain white marble I51
For Jadics, misses and children;
for men, youths and boys.
This stock consists of the most
dependable footwear made; all
bought direct from factories. No
Bought from 20 to 30 per cent
less than any other merchant in
They will be placed on sale at
tremendous cut prices from now
58 pair infants black and tan but-
ton shoes sizes 2 1-2 to 5 worth 25
to close at 10c.
28 pair infants black kid vesting
top lace shoes were 35 now 15c.
32 pair 5 to 8 children kid button
were 40o to close at 19c.
85 pair child kid button shoes
with patent tip sizes 8 to 11 were
50 to close at 25c.
45 pair misses kid button spring
heel size 1 to 3 wore 75c now 45c.
29 pair misses kid lace shoes
heavy sole sizes 1 to 2 were 1.25 to
close at 98c.
1 lot miBses lace and button shoes
worth 1.15 size 13 to 2 now 90c.
1 lot boys fine lace and congress
shoes were 2.50 and 2,98 size 2 to 5
sale price to close 1.60: -
Boys champion shoes built like
mens selling now at 1 25 and 1.50.
Goodman shoes for little toughs
nothing made better, nothing gives
better satisfaction. Every pair
guaranteed selling 98, 85," 75, 65
The star shoes for children tine
dress wear full line to select from.
Drew, Selby <fe (Jo., ladies fine
French and patent kid lace and but-
ton shoes in patent and kid, welts
and hand turned soles medium
French and military heel and spring
heel; your choice of anv of our 5 00
and 3.50 at 2 98.
1 lot Drew, Selby & Co., ladieB
fine French kid lace and button
Will be found our ladies ready to
wear garments. Ladies' trimmed
and uutrlmmed hats aud sailors.
Misses, children and infant's Jackets,
cloaks, saques aud capes. Ladies'
jackets, capes, antomobile and shawls
also. All wool and silk skirts and
muslin underwear, all go in the great
Your chance now to buy a nict
X-mas present with but very littl*
money; don't forget to see our up-
stairs department. When visiting
our store lookers will be welcome as
well as buyers.
hats go at
Stationery and Toilet
Headquarters right here. You can
buy more for Jess money than any-
where in town.
3 Pencil Tablets, big size for 10c.
Extra wideand long Pencil Tab., 4c
Ink Tablets, big assortment,25 to 4c
Fancy Letter Paper and Envelopes,
a box, at 35c, 25c, 20c, 15c and 10c.
Big line Memorandum Books
Big line Ledgers and Day Books.
25 White Wove Envelopes for 4c.
1 bottle Carter's Black Ink for 4c.
1 bottle Best Mucilage for 4c.
12 Lead Pencils, rubber tips, 10c.
Best quality Eancy Painted Lead
Pencils, 4c, 3c and 2c each.
Penholders, 2 for 5c.
Toilet Soap, big assortment to se-
French Harps, 25c, 20c, 10c aud 5c.
Hair Brushes, 98c down to 15 aud 10
Vaseline, a bottle, 5c.
Toothbrushes, 25odown to 5c.
Our 1 lb pack knitting cotton, col-i. „ y , , ,, . ,
ors in red, navy blue, brown, l>iack j , ftt half pnee of
and white, at 12 l-2o. Others ask 25c. I charge.
shoes sizes a little broken were 3.98,
3.50 and 3 00 your choice at 2.50.
Counter lot Drew, Selby & Co.,
ladies fine French kid button shoes
hand turn close out at 50c.
1 lot ladies button and lace shoes
heel and spring heel were 75c and
98c to close at 55c,
1 lot ladies glove grain and grain
button shoes heel and spring heel
regular price 1.25 sale price 85c.
The Excelsior and the Manns tine
hand and custom made mens shoes,
in lace congress and buttons strictly
up to date goods; every pair war-
ranted or your money back. Sizes
regular; were sold at 3.50, 3.98 and
4.50; now is this, your pick at 3.00.
3.00 shoos goes#t 2.50.
2.50 shoes goes at 1.98.
1.98 shoes go at 1.50.
1.50 shoes goes at 1.15.
98 brogans goes at 55c.
1.00 lace plow shoes goes at 80c.
1.50 creole congress shoos goes
2.00 coarse boots go at 1.50.
1.50 two buckle shoes go at 1 10.
2.50 coarse boots go at 1 98.
5.00 Hocker lace boots go at 3.85.
Our boys mud boots go in at cut
Small wares. Small prices. Ai
ways useful. Can't well do without.
Fflather stitch braid all colors, at
10c down to Ic a bunch.
White rickrack braid, 10 and
Cotton clastic all colors, 10, 8, 5.
Silk e'astic all colors, 25 to 12 1-2
Coats silk crochet cotton sp 4c.
1 doz kid curlers for 10c.
Ice wool all colors, 10c per ball.
Coats' blk dirning cotton 2 balls
Red embroid cotton 2 spools for
Ladies guarant kid gloves, black,
tans and brown, 1.00 and 1.25.
Black and colored belts 10 to 75c.
j Wach silk and filo silk skain '4c.
Big lot left over ribbon from A.
iB. Frank stock from Smi Antonio.
' We have them in all widths. Will
All our ladies' trimmed
one-half of former prices.
75o ladies' trimmed bats now 38c.
98c ladies' trimmed hats now 49c.
1.25, ladies' trimmed hats now 63c.
1.50 ladies' trimmed hats now 76o.
1.75 ladies' trimmed hats now 88c.
1.98 ladies'trimmed hats now 901"
2 50 ladies' trimmed hats now 1
3.00 ladies' trimmed hats now 1
3 98 ladles' trimmed hats now l.w
4.98 ladies' trimmed hats now 2.49
■•©"Ladies' misses and children's
eiderdown dressing saques.
1 lot ladies' silk trimmed elderdowu
saques iu pink, blue, red and gray at
1 iot ladies' all wool knit skirts
fancy, were 75c, now 48c
1 lot were $1, now 70c )
1 lot were $1 50, now $1 20
1 lot were $2, now $1 58
Profits cut to move goods.
gain our loss now until X-mas
One lot La French flannelette
waists in fancy colors and stripes;
also black and colored mercerized
satins fancy colored and fancy trim-
med all wool flaunel and also blaok
and colored silk waists.
75c ladies' dress skirts, now 48c
1.25 ladies' dress skirts, now 98c
1 50 ladles' dress skirts, now 1 23
1 98 ladies' dress skirts, now 1 48
Our finer goods cut in proportion.
Ladies' fancy colored uudersklrts a
big assortment to select from aro In
the unloading sale.
Ladies' capes and Jackets at factory
prices. Big line to select from. Profits
on these cut to the core.
Ladies', misses and children's hoods
Big line fresh stock to select from
at cut prices selling now at 20c and
Ladles' outing wrappers.
Misses aud children's reefer jackets
Ladies, Misses and Chil-
Prices marked down to suit all buy-
1 lot Ladies' Itibbed VestsJ plush
lined, a 25c seller, now 2 for 25b.
1 lot Ladies'Extra Quality Ribbed
v ests, fleece lined, lopped ne^k and
pearl buttons, value 50c, at 85c.j
ladles' Extra Quality Bleached
Itibbed, fleece lined, silk topped neck
and pearl buttons, silk trimmed down
front, selling at 50c and 45c.
Ladies' Union Suits, jersey ribbed
fleece lined, value 60c, now 35c,
Ladies' Union Suits, jersey "ribbed
fleeoe lined, value 35c. uow at 25c '
Ladies' Union Suits, half-bleached
jersey ribbed, fleece lined, at 60o.
Misses and Children's Union Suits
all sizes aud styles, jersey ribbed!
fleece lined, at 25c, 36c and 60c.
r Children's Jersey Ribbed Fleece
Ijined Wrappers, at 12 l-2c.
Infants' Itibbed Wrappers at 10c.
Misses' Ribbed Fleece Lined Vests
strot Brothers <£ C'mpany. Brennam, Tex.
Mr. M. J. Jacob left yesterday
Cooking stoves atHealjr's.
Mies Homey er returned to Bur-
by trading at
Mr. John Hoffmann returnatl
to Burtoa yesterday.
Mr. Jim Brown returned to
For floe lunches, go to the Casino
Mr. Ben Small, of Chappell
Hill, was in the city yesterday.
Sayi Have you seen
carving sets at Healy's.
Mr. Carl Stagley left Tuesday
for La Port, Indiana.
Mr. Silas B. Foote who has
been the gueBt of Col. D. C. Gid-
diugs, returned to St. Paul,
crust bread pans at
Capt. K. W. Reese, and daugh-
ter, of Sempronius, were in tbe
Mr. Attie Davis, of Caldwell,
was in the city yesterday.
Tinware at Healy's.
Mr. E. Fischer of Burton was
a visitor into the city yesterday.
WANTED.—A mounted car-
rier. Apply at this office.
Dr. J. H. Salyer, of Ledbetter,
was in the city yesterday.
Mr. J. D. Campbell left Tues-
day for Oiddings to attend a
meeting of the board of stewards
of the Methodist church.
To Cure Malaria in Four Days,
,T*te Quinori*. All druggists are author-
iMd to refund the money in any cue of
chilli, fever or malaria it fail* to cure. Price
oOc per package.
Mr. Wm. Bauer of Burton
was in the city yesterday.
P?/J*?6 known. " lot ■No- 12, in Bat-
sett Addition, north of town, belonging to
Annie Montgomery, transferred to Earl
Montgomery. A ill »ell for |600 to an earlv
appli ant. KARL MONTGOMERY
338 Bryan 8t, Dallas, Tlx as.
Mr. J. w. "*enner went to Gay
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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/m1/4/: accessed May 30, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Library Consortium.