Brenham Daily Banner. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 28, No. 79, Ed. 1 Wednesday, April 1, 1903 Page: 3 of 4
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A vegetable liquid for governing or
equalizing the flow of women's menses
which occur about once in every lunar
. . BRADFIELD'S
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Effective,reliable and harmless in nature,
simplicity and solace.
It is a concentrated essence best adapted
for women's delicate organism, and put in
such form that it is not only palatable, but
can be properly assimilated and taken into
Stoppages, suppression, painful obstruc-
tion, irregularity, of the menses and sickly
flows are corrected and cured by the regular
administration of thl* superior emmena-
8 iSfsnstruatlon, or periodic flows, necessi-
tate a breaking down of calls lining the
mucous membrane and a reconstruction
after every sickness, which is accompanied
with marked congestion and loss of blood.
Such changes are very apt to produce
chronic catarrh. Lencorrhea or Whites is
the result of these irritating discharges.
Regulator cures these troubles and restores
to perfect health the patient who suffered
the debilitating losses. Buy of druggists.
*1 .00 per bottle.
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THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO.
Christmas Gives Tree Value.
A few years ago the balsam fir tree
W8jb considered one of the most worth-
less of forest trees, bnt since the
growth of the Christmas tree Industry
it has taken on an added value.
THE SHAH IS DESOLATE.
Decries North Pole Chasing.
A German geographer complains
that North Pole exploration is In dan-
ger of degenerating Into a sport in
which the establishment of "records"
Is the main thing.
Willow a Light Wood.
Willow is the lightest of British
woods. A cubic foot of it weighs but
thirty pounds. A cubic foot of box-
wood weighs fifty-seven pounds.
After a man has fallen, it is a ter-
rible task for him to prove to any of
his friends that there was sufficient
temptation. Atchison Globe.
Agriculture in Great Britain.
The agricultural returns of Great
Britain for 1902 show that the total
under crops and grass was 32,387,765
acres, a decrease of 29,480 compared
Persian Ruler Sends Home a Thousanc
of His Wives.
There is something pathetic in the
figure of the shah of Persia just ntiw,
a sort of wfstful, lonesome, homesick
something, ae that figure is pre-
sented to the view of the world
at large. This is due to the
fact that the cable news reports
that he has just reduced the number
of his wives from 1,100 to sixty, and
all Persia is dumfounded at what is re-
garded as the breaking up of a happy
family circle. Just imagine how soli-
tary and neglected a man must feel
who has been accustomed to the
ministrations of 1,100 wives, and who
is now reduced to the' desolation of
sixty! It Is sn|all wonder that his
people are protesting at such a revol-
utionary step. They have been ac-
customed to be ruled by family men,
and to the Persian way of thinking,
a shah with sixty wives is much more
of a bachelor than a benedict.
AVING moved the Brenham
Furniture Co. stock into our
building, we are crowded for
room, and will
Time from Moon to Moon.
The time from new moon to new
moon is twenty-nine days, twelve
hours, forty-four minutes and two
and eighty-seven hundredths seconds.
—At Brownwood, the curfew
law waa adopted Thursday and
it will go into effect at' once.
Boys under eighteen years of
age will not be allowed on the
streets after 8:30 o'clock, at
which hour the fire bell will be
MLworKs waffle wo nam
—August 12th is the date set
for the meeting of the Texas Cen-
tral bog Rolling Association at
—Woolen mill employes at
Waco have struck.
Denounces Christian Science.
Preaching on Christian Science at
Norwich, England, Dean Lefroy re-
ferred to its teachings as "raving non-
Madame Patti's Talisman.
Madame Patti, it is said, preserves
as a talisman the boots she wore at
her debut over forty years ago.
Takes Shot at Chauncey Depew.
| Rev. William McGill, a colored
' preacher in Georgia, aspires to be a
J chaplain in congress, now that Dr.
Millburn is about tc> retire. He is edi-
tor of a paper called Hot Shots. ,The
Atlanta Journal objects to such prom-
inence being given "Hot Shots" Mc-
Gill because the reverend gentleman
wears side whiskers. Says the Jour-
nal: "Only one congressional light is
allowed the obsolete privilege of wear-
ing side whiskers, the Honorable
Peach Depew, United States senator
from the state of New York. It is an
unwritten but nevertheless recognized
law that no man, white or black, shall
enter the August precincts of the na-
tional assemblage with any personal
adornment, natural or artificial, which
shall in apy way tend to subtract from
J the pulchritude of the only Chauncey."
Must Be Healthy Town.
Norfolk (Eng.) has four centena-
rians—two men and two women.
To Be Produced In October.
Stephen Phillips' classic drama,
"Ulysses," will not be seen in the
United States until October.
If the Crown Prince of Siam had vis*
lted Japan 'first, that top-spinning per*
formance at the Mikado's house would
probably have proved diverting
enough, but after the football games
and the vaudeville entertainments of
America—well, ttfe young gentleman
from Bangkok must have yawned, or
nodded, or ever snored.
It was a bright reformer who said:
"We want good men, and we want 'em
Menelek May Revisit Europe.
King Menelek of Abyssinia has ex-
pressed a desire to revisit the capitals
The Range of Tuberculosis.
Tuberculosis causes some 12,000
deaths annually in Paris.
T. A. LOW & SONS,
Showed Much Wisdom.
Baron Speck von Sternberg, appoint-
ed German charge d'affaires at Wash-
ington, has already shown himself to
be a man of discretion, enterprise and
sound common sense. In other words,
he is married to an American girl, the
daughter of a rich mine owner out in
For the Next 30 Days
sell all stock taken from the Brenham
AT ACTUAL COST!
We have all classes of goods bought
from them, a large line of odd pieces in
Parlor Furniture, which will be sold re-
gardless of cost. Call and see us.
F. W. WOOD,
DEALER IN LUMBER
BuUdiu*? Material, Barbed Wire.
BOIS Be ARC WAGONS and BUCKEYE MOWERS 01M.
Prices anil quality will certainly please )
Your patronage solicted.
From a school essay unearthed In
the provinces: "The Court of Chancery
is called this because they take care
of property there on the 'chance' of
an owner turning up." The chancel-
lor, ^-esumably, is the man who talcea
the chances.—London Globe.
13 THE PLACE TO BUY
Buggies, Wagons, Mowers
Rakes, Empress Planters anil Cultivators
Barb Wire, Nails and Builders Hardware, and when
you want LUMBER, they sel1 tbe best of every
*biug in the building line, both long and short leaf
pint-. Their No. 1 Cora. Lumber is of a very superior
quality. See them for the best quality at tbe price.
Hats, Boots and Shoes.
A Fine Stock of
Choice Family Groceries
Always on hand.
Sole Agents for Loup Mtar Brewing Co,
Highest Market Price Paid for
RAILROAD SPECIAL RATES.
Santa Fe Specials.
To Monterey, Mexico, and re-
turn $9, limited to ten days.
New Braunfels, April 8 and 13,
limit April 17, conv. rate.
Fort Worth April 26 and 27,
limit May 1st, convention rate.
Palest ice April 21 and 22, limit
April 27, 1 1-3 fare.
Temple June 9, limit June 12,
Fort Worth, April 19 and 20,
limit April 24, con*, rate.
Galveston, April 13 and morning
14 limit April 17, 83 90.
San Antonio, April 23, limit April
28, conv. rate.
Ntw Orleans, May 3 %pd 4, limit
Wado April 13, limit April 16,
Dallas April 13, limit April 17,
Corsicana May 12, limit May 16,
Denison and- Sherjnan, May 11
and 12, limit May 14, 1 1-3 fare.
Ft. Worth June 1st, limit June
4, $6 10.
Waco April 18 and 19, limit April
New Orleans May 17 and 18, limit
May 25 $8.70.
Tbe war in Santo Domingo is
! Southern Colored Organizations.
Some colored Republicans have es-
i tablished party organizations in Ala-
| bama, Texas, North Carolina, Louis-
iana,'Virginia and Maryland. In the
' other Southern states there Is no or*
I ganized political movement among col-
An annual nightingale competitive
I »ncert is held in various cities of Ja-
! pan. The main feature of the quaint
i recreation is to bring together some
tame nightingales of melodious voice,
iccording to the accepted standard of
the connoisseurs, and to let each of
them sing in turn. By this singing
the grade of the songster is deter-
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IS the FOPUl/R CARRIER. Makes the QUICKEST TIME
BETWEEN NORTH AND SOUTH . TEXAS.
Rock Ballasted Track
No Smoke, Dust or Cinders.
Effective Nov. 15th, Cormehting at, HOUSTON with SUNSET
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tonio, El Paso, Los Apgeles, Sah Francisco and for >
New Orleans and ibe East.
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Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. JS pp/ Jy
Seven Million boxes sold in past 12 months. This Signature,
In Two Days.
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Complete 8uilding Material.
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Rankin, John G. Brenham Daily Banner. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 28, No. 79, Ed. 1 Wednesday, April 1, 1903, newspaper, April 1, 1903; Brenham, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth482621/m1/3/: accessed November 20, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Library Consortium.