Brenham Daily Banner. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 27, No. 246, Ed. 1 Wednesday, December 24, 1902 Page: 3 of 5
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The Kind Ton Have Always Bought, ami which lias been
u*° for over 30 yoWf has homo tho filgiiAtnre of
,, » and l»»s l>«cn made under his per-
S0,,aI supervision since its infancy.
ah f ' , * Allow no ono^o dcceive you in this.
Ail Counterfeits, Imitations and " Just-as-good" are but
Experiments that trifle withand endanger the health of
jniants and Children—Experience against Experiment.
What is CASTOR IA
Castoria Is a liannless substitute for Castor Oil, Pnre-
gorie. Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and allays Ferevisliuess. It cures Diarrliwa and Wind
Cohc. 11 relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
ami 1- latuleney. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Rtoniu<-h and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea-Tlie Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Bears the Signature of
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
THE CCNTAUW ook^wv. tt MURRAV STRCCT. new YORK CITY.
HARD UP AS USUAL
One and a half
million feet of
Lumber o n
hand and at
The mill man
makes no ex-
How If you can use Building
THE BEST CEMEST,
LIME and WAGONS.
Or anything in mjr line, give me a call
and I will give you as good Lumber
as any one in the State, and at much
better pricea. Respectfully,
F. W. WOOD
1 For The Holidav Trade.
We have now in store the most complete
Crockery, Glass and Queensivare
ever brought to Brenham, and we invite
tbe inspection of buyers.
Oar fancy lines cannot be .surpassed in tbis State,
Our stock of toys is large anil complete and will be sold at
LOW PRiCES FOR CASH.
The prettiest line of Christmas presents in tbe city. Call
and see them.
The following marriage licenses
have been issued from the county
clerk's office for the week ending
Dec. 22, 1902:
Robert Shawe and Augusta
Robert Burton and Lener Bell.
Isaac Whiting and Effie Brown.
Willie ftben and Raima Juer-
Willie Helweg and Pauline
Jamee Chatman and Ida Rog-
Arthur Juenger and Sophie
Otto Rodenbeck and Annie
Paul G. Ueokert and Fannie
Carl Neinast and Lydia Land'
Fritz Kleibrink and Louise
Louis Werohan and Ottillie
Theodore Luedemann and Ma-
Willie Barnett and Ruby Card-
Albert Ludwig and Emma
Wm. Knipstein and Emillie
Fritz Ruddehose and Louise
Wm. Brinkmeyer and Bertha
Wm, O. Mara and Martha
Wm. Harms and Annie Giese.
Real Estate Transfers
The following leal estate
transfers were filed for record in
the county clerk's office for the
week ending Dec. 22nd, 1902:
Henry Schroeder and wife to
F. Fehler, 141 acres H.
Austin league, other con-
siderations and 15 00
Prairie Hill Schuetzen Ver-
eign to Sons of Hermann
Lodge, one lot iu Prairie
Wm. Schaefer aud wife to
Mrs. Henrietta Winkel-
mann, 96 acres in Washing-
ton county, other consid-
erations and $ 5 00
Botts and Williams to A.
A. Hacker, one lot in
Brenham $75 00
A. A. Hacker to J. A. Hucker,
one lot in Brenham $65.00
f We ear
The Perfect Food
M. J. Amsler & Co.
FANCY * CONFECTIONERS,
1'rcsh Bread, ( akes and Cam
Perfect health, sound, restful sleep,
clear complexion, bright eyes, clean
white teeth, sweet breath; these are
the blessings that follow a diet of
Malta-Vita is justly entitled to
be styled " The Perfect Food" for old
and young, sick or well.
Being perfectly cooked, pleasant
to taste, easily digested and assimilated,
Malta-Vita is an ideal food. Lead-
ing grocers everywhere.
MALTA-VITA PURE FOOD CO.
BATTLE CREEK, MICH ,, AND TORONTO, CANADA.
Bean th« The Kind You Have
The new food law prohibits
the sale or shipment of adulter-
ated food or drugs, and pre-
scribes the punishment for its
j O. SCHAWE & SON
fs the POPULAR CARRIER. Makes the QUICKEST TIME
BETWEEN NORTH AND SOUTH TEXAS.
GRAND AUCTION SALE.
A beautiful stock of floe clothing
I will bejsold at auotion to the high-
est bidder. New tailor made up-to-
date goods, consisting of Mens',
Youths' and Children's Suits and
Don't miss this saltf as jou can
buy them for your own price.
This stock is in tho Williamson
building, North Side Square.
E. O. Lanohammeb,
Sale begins at 2 p. m. every day.
Illinois capitalists have re-
cently purohssed 24,000 acres of
Louisiana land and will at once
( establish an immense rice plan
Italy's claims against Vene-
zuela, and for the recovery of
which sho joins the alies, are for
d&mageB to her citizens through
The finest lines of perfumes
and toilet articles in the city at
Tristram's Drug Store.
A full line of Patent Medicines ol
all kinds, at Tristram's Druff Btore,
Sayl Are you going to buy
anything from a hardware store
today. Call at Healy's.
Just got in another car of the
Famous up-to-date Bucks Stoves
and Heaters, tho white enamel
line; they aro the only stoves.
Examine them at Reichardt i
inaugurated Jan. 6
ONE FAKE PUIS
A poor stove is a nuisance, a
good one a luxury, Bucks stoves
and Ranges, the peace makers,
aro sold by Reichardt A Seel-
Tickets on Hale December 13, 17,
will be 21, 22, 2lt and 26, Limit to ltetuin
30 days from date of sale. Santa
Fe Ticket Agents will tell you all
about, Iiates, Routes and Territory;
W. S. KEENAN, G P
Rock Ballasted Track
No Smoke, Dust or Cinders.
Effective Nov. 15th, Coonehting at HOUSTON with SUNSET
LIMITED and PACIFIC COAST EXPRESS for San An-
tonio, El Paso, Los Angeles, San Franoisco and for
New Orleans ami the East.
For Information Wrftu
slhtt MOltSK. tjj.'anuersox, m l robbins,
pas* Trni Mgr. Amj Oeo|Paei8 Agi Gen Fan a Tbt Agt.
Bern the ^ The Kind You Ham
Do you need anything in
Now is the time to buy and get the
best advantage of your money. We
have received a full line of Iron Beds in
all colors, shapes and sizes.
Glass Dove Wardrobes, Leather
Couches, China Closets, Folding
Beds, Kitchen Cabinets, Parlor
Tables, Beds, Lounges, Chiffineers,
Morriss Reclining Chairs, Dressing
Tables. The largest and latest de-
sign in comfort rockers of all kinds.
Come in and select your Xmas present.
Call and see us. We take pleasure in
showing you through our immense stock.
UCD M A MIU WEST SANDY STREET
U. ncKlflAlVra. BRENHAM, TEXAS.
When a women 52 years of
I age puts a valuation of $30,000
| on her heart in a damage case it
is no wonder that the hearts of
|17.year-old maidens are re-
garded by many as priceless.
Cures Cancer and Blnoil Poison,
. If you have blood poison producing erup-
tjpru. pimplea, ulcers, swollen glands, bumps
alid risings, burning, itching skin, copper-
colored spots or rash on the skin, mucous
pntche* in mouth or throat, falling hair,
bone p lins, old rheumatism or foul catarrh,
take Botanic Blood Balm (B. B. B.) It
kills the poison in the blood; saon all sores,
eruptiona heal, hard swellings subside, aches
and pains atop and a perfect cure is made of
the worst cases of Blood Poison.
For cancers, tumors, swellings, eating
lores, ugly ulcers, persistent pimples of all
kinds, take B. B. B, It destroys tue canter
poison in the blood, heals cancer of all
kinds, cure, the worst humors or suppurat-
ing swellings. Thousands cured by B. B. B
after all else fails. B. B. B. composed of
pure botanic ingredient?. Improves tho
digestion, makes the blood pure and rich,
stops tho awful itchitur and all sharp, shoot-
ing pain*. Thoroughly te ted for thirty
yore, Druggists, $ i per bottle, with eoto-
I lete direction* tor home cure. Hample free
and (repaid by writing Blood Balm Co., At-
lanta, Ga. Describe trouble and free medi-
cal advice also sent in leiled letter.
—In the first months of the
present fiscal year the record for
railroad building in Texae
amounted to more than half of
that for all last year.
Bears the ^ lh8 Kitui Ydtl Ha»8 BqggW
—It is asserted by pecan deal-
era that the early published esti-
mates of the pecan yield io Texas
were greatly overdrawn and that
tbe total shipments of the nuts
from tbe State will not exceed
If you want anything in Hard-
ware. Telephone Healy's for
—Mrs. Olive 8. England, hsa
been refused a license to practice
law by a district court of Hous-
ton. The court held that the law
did not make women eligible.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Monke Ascend Mont Blanc.
Two Franciscan monke, dressed Id
tho robes of their order, have Just
made the as<M>nt of K.*nt Ulan", ac-
companied by three guides. They ar«
stated to bo tbe first pri«st« who
Iiavo ever accomplished the feat.
I. and C. N.
Will Cover a very large territory I Ills
ONE FARE (Plus $200.)
Tickets will be sold 1 ec. 13, 17,2!, 22, 23,26
1 .imit 30 Days for Return.
Manufacturers and (lis
Drinks, Orders for
ics made every day.
A full supply of choice fruits received dailey.
pensers ol Pure Soda and other fancy
Ice ( ream and cakes for private and
public entertainments will be oiven prompt attention and full
satisfaction guaranteed i„ ever)- instance. Give us a trial.
Phone No. 3S--1 rings.
| M. J. AMSLER, & Co.,
g Corner Ant and Sandy Streets, Brenham, Texas.
VAVf,$ '«< 3
rom now until Christmas I will
sell my entire stock
of Watches, Clocks, jewelry, Silverware, Diamonds, etc., at
SAIL! REDUCED IH1CI&.
a call Ix'tore
lie sure and give mc
buy goods for less than ever before.
buying as you can
All Goods absolutely guaranteed as represented.
Use of Sewing Machines Increasing,
The census ahowa that there are
sixty live sewing machine factories la
the coontry, whoso annual output lj
worth 1(21,006,000. The busjness has
multiplied thirteen fold In the lastfo^
To points in the
Southeast, plxo to Arkansas, Mis-
souri, Iilttiois, Wisconsin, Minne-
sota, lows, Ksnms, Nebraska,
North and South Dakota, and
Plus Two Dollars For the ROUND TRIP
Limited 31 dajs lor return. Tickets on «ale
December 13 i7, si,22, 23, and 28.
MEMPHIS, ST. LOUIS
For Further Information, Write to
W. A.TULEY, G. P. A.
Fort Worth,, Tenas.
Fine Wines, Whiskies,
Fancy Drinks, Cigars and To-
bacco, Pool Room.
Restaurant in Connection.
Fi»h and Oysters Served in all Stylet
at all Hour*.
Regular Meals and Short
Note the low rate #n4 early telling dates.
Quick Time, Good Aceommodalions for
In Through C'ai.s
and St. Louis
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Kxcursion Tickets will also be on «alo be-
tween nil points on tho J. & G, N. System
December 23, 24. 25, 20 an J 31, 1902, and
January 1, 190.3, limited Jan. 3 lor return.
Call on Agents, or write us .'«>r Particulars as
to Territory, Kates, Schedules, tic,
U TRICE, D. J. i'RIDhi,
2d V. P. & G. M. Gen. Pa»». A Tkt. Agt.
Xtua» TowrUt Tlckida by tli* oiih-ii Ai
Tlio Queeu & Crescent Itoule 1h
making extensive pr«|>urtloij» to
hiiudlo the very lurtff huelneox which
annuHiilly moves from T, xm to points
In Mlssinnlppl, Alahaina, Genrgftt,
Florida, Tenijt*»«ee, North anil South
Cnralina and Kentucky during the
Christmas holidays In the best pos-
Tickets will be sold on December,
13. 17, 21, 22, 13 and 2« at the extrem-
ely low rate of one fare plus for ilie
round trip with final limit uf thirty
days from date of sale.
Person ucfojt tbe (|ueen A Crescent
Route through Bbreveport or New
Orleans will have advantage of the
very highest class of passenger train
service the country affords, tbe iralns
being composed of splendid day
coaches, Pul man sleeping eats and
dining cars. From Central, Western
aud Northern Texas points from one
to twelve hours can be savod by tak-
ing the Queen A Crescent Route
through Hhrotraport, according to the
location of your destination.
Ask your ticket ngent for ticket
reading via Hhreveport or New Or-
leans and tbe Queen A Crescent
Route. For detailed information ap-
ply to any ticket agent, or write or
T. M Hunt, T. P, A., Q A O.
Route, Dallas, Texas.
Dr. Emily 8hedd has removed
her office from theConnell build*
ing to ber residence at Miss Julia
Roberson's, corner of 8. West
street and Van Nesa avenue.
Dr. Shedd has been much crip-
pled by a fractured clavicle, but
will be glad to welcome patients
and friends in her new office.
1 W. A WOOD & CO
Complete Building Material,
McMullen Poultr* Netting and
Waukegan Barb Wire -Bed Spoo
Brenham, Texas *
I: him I (I. N, Kv«ur»loii Ifatrn.
Marlin* To**Tbe (jf-at lei«" tt«*.•'»rtt
S*'ll tickets cv«-ry day thcyawr r<mnd. Lin»t
(jo dftyt fur rel urn. kale one far** iind one.
HO LIT) a EXCURSIONS.
Our Chmlma# ItoKUy Kteuttbm wi/
G0Vti tt v«*ry l»»rg« territory tbU ywr. Fat<«
one fare plun $2.tio round t*ip# Hell tickw*
December I Jib, 17U1, 21st, 22fid, 23rd an<l
26th. Limit 80 d*y» for rdtrn. 1 ickfU
will be ori snl«.' to point* in th« s'nubeaat (1-1
^tut -ifj, to ArkanSM. Miwouri, Illinois Wis-
consin, Minnceotu, Iowa, Kan.*a«, Nebruska,
Houtb Umkota, North Dakota, (ujlor«do nn
Mexico. Hoti> the early lehlAg an<l
local ilwliday mcuhmonr.
ExouWifn tickets will b« on naif between
all point# on th« 1. & u. N. }Ay*Um I event-
i»er 23rd, 24th, 25th, and jut, I902 and
January lit, 19 limited to jaauary 3rd for
Ca 1 on I. and G. N. t;ck«t agents for corn-
pU>Ui informal ion. Write us r«^ardinc
>our Chrintma* trio »nd we wld fttrnab lull
particular*, co*t of ticket, train time, etc.
L. Tnce, 0. J W .
2nd V. P. & G. M. G. v. & T. A.
Palestine, Te at-
GO TO THE-
A 3V IJ
Our New FALL Stock Has
TIK WORK, BATH TUBS, CISTERNS.
mrair wouk a •pfcialtv.
/UI Work Dsm vttl Ncitoess aid OltMtrl
AND FULLY OUMANTaiD.
H. 4b T. C. Excursion Rates
Austin—-December 28 and limited to
Holidtj E»iur»ion»- Uec«mh»r 2j, 24,
lj, 26,31. »nd January 1, limited to Jtnu-
xjy cob tendon »»l«
For the neit twenty-five daji »11
photographic work in my fctudio
will be cut in price so that yoa may
all give photograph* (or Christmas
} reaeuta. HoiXiXD.
w M vrf JV.
or th« nori i»n
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Rankin, John G. Brenham Daily Banner. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 27, No. 246, Ed. 1 Wednesday, December 24, 1902, newspaper, December 24, 1902; Brenham, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth482749/m1/3/: accessed November 17, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Library Consortium.