Brenham Daily Banner. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 27, No. 246, Ed. 1 Wednesday, December 24, 1902 Page: 4 of 5
The following text was automatically extracted from the image on this page using optical character recognition software:
It vu Robert Shawe who mar-
ried Mk# Augusta Roester, in-
stead of Walter, »t stated in yes-
terday morning's Banner.
Having purchased a heavy
quanity of plows, we- are in a
position to quote unusually low-
prices on these Implements. Give
us a cail, F. W. Schuerenberg.
C. S. Thompson, commercial
agent of the Illinois Central rail-
way, was here yesterday on bus.»
ness pertaining to the I. C.
Twenty-five Bargain Days.
Tom Holland offers you bargains
in photographs for twenty-five
days Call at the studio and be
convinced. Truly a #5 00 photo-
graph now at SJi OO per dozen.
Mrs. Charles Parka returned
from Somerville yesterday,
We repair and re-paint bug-
gies in a manner that caused a
customer to say "my buggy
looks better now than when
new." Let us figure with you
on a job of this kind. P. W.
G. W. Newman, of William
Penn, came in yesterday to pur
chase his holiday goods and re
turned home the same day.
For the next twenty-five days
Holland will make you one dozen
of his best cabinet platino photos
for $2.00; any other time they will
cost you #3.00.
Collie Niebour, son of Lewis
Neibour, who has been sick with
typhoid fever (or the' past four
weeks, is able to be up again.
Save your coupons; they are
worth 50 cents each at the New
York Store. Gather <fc Busier.
Finest perfumes and toilet ar-
ticles in the city, at Tristram's
Judge J. D. Campbell leaves
today for Beaumont, where he
will make his future home. We
regret to lose him, but wish him
success in hie new home.
Meat cutters, sausage staffers,
butoher knives at Healy's hard-
A four-room oo tags on East
Sandy street, n en High School
building. Good barn, stable and
buggy house, good water. For
further particulars apply to
T«pp<4 tb» I til.
Some unknown party or par-
ties tapped the till for Isaac Far-
ha, who conduots a fruit and
^confectionery stand on Eaft
Main street yesterday and re-
lieved it of a couple of dollars.
This Is to notify ihe citizens of
Brenham that I am prepared to
furnish Christmas Trees any eiie or
shape on short notice. Ordeis
Solicited and perfect satisfaction
SrANi ty Watson.
Traveling Auditor Vinson of
the H. & T. C. was in the city on
business connected with his roa '
If you need some elegant photo-
graph*, call at Hollands Studio
now. He offers bargains for the
next'25 days, Come tarly and get
your work for the holidays
LOOK FOR THE
THEY SAVE YOU MONEY.
RED PENCIL MARK.
RED LETTER AND RED TICKET
SALE commences Monday, December 8,1902,
A message was received here
from Houston at 6 o'clock last
evening stating that Conductor
Fred Lallier, who was hurt here
yesterday, could not live.
Our horse shoeing department
is equipped with the beat talent
and material in Texas. Give us
this part of your trade. F. W.
F. Pollei was in the city from
We make everything in our
black-smith department Irom a
spike to a large bois d* arc
wagon. F. W. Schuernberg.
China announces that she will
pay the next installment of her
indemnity in silver.
Boys knee pants suits from 50
cents up. The largest stock to
select from in Brenhatn at the
New York Store. Cather 4 Bus-
New and up-to-date Norfork
suits for boys will be sold re-
gardless of cost at the New York
Store. Cather & Buster.
In Denver some of the lovely
women are now referred to as
Think of getting photos that are
well worth 81 per dozen, for #2.
Holland will make them for you
for the next 26 days for that price.
Just arrived, Boston Brown
flakes, something new, the beet
Breakfast food known, at H. C.
We will sell our Boys Clothing
regardless of cost or value from
now until Christmas. Cather
Bueter, New York Store.
The insurance companies think
parlor matches are not to be
made light of.
The name Bucks stove is an
absolute guarantee that you get
a perfect niker; fire back guar
anted for 15 years At Reichardt
We eell everything in the
vehicle line. fn.r.i a wheel-bar
row to the finest carriage. F. W
The people who believe that
wisdom will die with them might
have a different opinion if more
of it lived with them.
Owing to the bad weather, we
have continued our great Rebate
Sale until January 1st. All
coupons will be redeemed by us
at 50 cents each until then
father *fc Buster. New York
Philippine bill reported to car
ry 25 per cent of the schedules of
the Dingley tariff.
Julian Hutchinson returned
from Caldwell yesterday, where
he has been working in the office
of the News-Chronicle, to spend
If you will visit Tom Holland's
Studio he will show you some
elegant things for Xmas presents
For 25 days he will make a big re-
duction in all his photographs.
His best cab. platino's can be had
now for $2 00 per doz. His Man-
tellos are going now for $3.00 per
doz. See hitn.
England wants Uncle Sam to
stand Bponsor for good behavior
an<y,he debts of Venezuela,which
is rather cheeky,
The wholesale and retail clothing
house in the Williamson building,
north side of square will remain
but two weeks longer. Now is
your chance. You had totter buy
goods sold at half price No real
enable offer will bejrefused.
Reported that New York
financiers have tendered the
Mexioan government gold loans
for public works.
Twenty-five bargain days at Hol-
land's studio. All work reduced—
Cabinet platinos $2.00 per dozen.
Wlttebecker 4 Frankie's de-
livery team ran away yesterday-
noon and did considerable dam-
age to the wagon, besides Fritz
Wiebuscb'a fencing, two or three
panels of which were torn down.
The driver was thrown out of the
wagon and the team was left to
its own sweet inclinations.
Ladiet If you want to please
your husband give him a box of S,
House & Go's fine cigars for Xmas.
Venezuela is said to be able to
put 300,000 fighting men in the
to the public.
The following named lirenbatn
merchants have the J. I'. Buchanan
pure ribbon cane molasses, a home'
product, for sale: Star Grocer
Co., W. T. Oarrington, J, if'mk i
Co., Hacker & Wehm&nn, F. Dobert
«.V Son, Wra. Wolff. Schmid Bros,
and Haubelt Bros. B. Eldridge
and A. W. Watson at Btoue.
And continues until Christmas evening at 12 o'clock. This will be one of the greatest Reduction and Clearance Sale ofthi^s season.
Look for the Red Pencil Mark all over the house. Look for the Red Tickets all over the house. They are the signs of bargains.
Red .Letter and Red Ticket Sale means a Hiir Having;.
To all who cotne and see and you'll be convinced of the wa) we are slaughtering and cutting from now until Christmas evening at night.
Roberts' Red Letter and Red Ticket Sale excels all previous sales.
This Sale will outshine and excel anything and everything that we have ever gotten up heretofore. In the way of PRICE cut-
ting and slaughtering of strictly first class Merchandise.
Shafrotb, of Colorado, wants
the United States to arbitrate the
trouble in Venezuela and guar-
antee a settlement.
Belgian claims Against Vene-
zuela said to amount to several
Selling out at cost all my fancy
groceries aa long as it lasts for
CASH, the public is invited to
come and see for themselves,
mainly the celebrated Ferndale
goods, well known in this market.
Phone 10—3 rings.
II. C. Hodde.
House adopts a resolution call-
ing for the facts and papers
bearing on the German move-
ment against Venezuela.
For Eeot or Sale at a Bargain.
A six room cottage on East Acad-
emy street. Premises bae a large
stable, thide trees, water, etc. House
onlv built one vear. Apply to
F. W." Wood.
German capital alone has suf-
fered to the extent of 86,800,000
by the volcano of Santa Maria
Just received, a full line of
new furniture, and can furnish
your house from parlor to kitch-
en. In new goods have cooking
stoves, crockery, cutlery. Pic-
ture frames made to order for 2
cents a foot and up. I also have
the black tinware in stock that
will not rust. Come and see me
and get my prices before going
elsewhere. I can save you money,
T. C. Ehlert.
Monty to Loan
On improved farms in Wash-
ington county at current rates of
interest,with privilege of prepay-
ment before due, by the Union
Central Life Insurance Company.
For full particulars write
W. L. Coleman.
Kuii ml Ti l|» Kat»« to the Old St** it Lower
Than r»«t via II. * T. (J, K. K.
Round trip tickets will be sold De-
cember 18th, 17tli, 21st, ffiiid, 23rd arid
26th at rate of one fare pus $2 with
limit tor return thirty days from date
of sale. A trip via this route to the
north, east, or southeast, will take
you through the oil, rice and sugar
belts of Texas and Louisiana. Direct
connection at Houston with the
foutbern Pacific, which line also
makes direct connection at New Or-
leans with all line*.
On December 23rd, 24th, 26th, 2titli,
81»t, and January 1st, 1903
round trip tickets will be sold at re
dueed rates to all points in Texas and
to certain points in ixmisiaua, limited
to January 3rd for return.
Write for descriptive literature and
rates, to T. J. Andkhsos,
A. O. f. & T. A., Houston, Tex.
M. L. Robbiks,
O P. t t. A., Houston, Tex.
Dress Goods Department-
The greatest dress goods ofl'er-
ing, Iu values ever placed before
the people of Brenhatn, will pre-
vail here during our Red Letter and
Red Ticket S<ile. Choice weaves iu
black and colored dross goods, such
as Brosd Ciotb, Henriettas, Serges,
Etamines, Zibelines, Panama Cloth,
Basket weaves, Cravenette and many
B Priestleys Cravenette tbe new
rain proef "and unspotable dress
goods, suitable for making rainy
day skirts, jackets, elc., 5t! inches
wide regular price $2 00. Red
Letter Sale price $1.49.
B. Priestleys Broad Cloth in all
tbe latest shades full 52 inches wide
regular price $1-50 Red Letter Sale
B Priestleys Etamine in black,
grey, castor and green very pretty
for skirts and full suits, regular
price £1.25, Red Letter Sale
Shark Skin in all the leading
shades, a very pretty and stylish
weave, full 42 inches wide 65c
grade, Red Letter Sale price..49c.
Annure Cloth, full 38 inches
wide, regular price GOc, Bed Letter
Sale price -45c.
Serge Suiting in grey, green,
brown and tau 30 inches wide
regular 60c value, Red Letter Sale
price ■ -38c.
Eiderdown for dressing eaques,
infants cloaks, evening capes etc.
all shades at... .25, 35, 50 and 75c.
Cotton novelty very pretty s«yle8
for school dresses, full 27 inches
wide regular price 18e, Red Letter
Sale price. 13c.
Hamilton Cashmere in all colors
value 15c, Red Letter Sale price 10c
Not different from the good ones
to be bad here any other time, but
assortments have been kept very'
complete for Holiday buyers. Not1
a word about some very special
values and Extra good Gloves that
will greet you at the Glove Coun-
ter al[ of this month at the Red
Letter and Red Ticket Sale.
Ladies extra quality Berlin
Gloves fleeced lined a pair
35 and 25c
Ladies Kid Gloves best makes,
every pair guaranteed, value
$1.25, selling now at 98c
LadieB Driving Gloves $1. and 7So
Goods tbe prices of which are
supposed to be as firmly fixed as the
R ck of Gibraltar offered at reduced
prices here and here only during
tbe Big Red Letter and Red Ticket
1 paper pins lc
1 paper hair pins lc
2 spools Clarks black darning
1 spool coats tilk finish crolchet
2 dozen Hooks A Eyes black
and white 5c
1 dozen Nickel plated Safety
1 bunch Finishing Braid in
1 spool Belding Sewing Silk
100 yards to spool 8c
Big assortment Ladies Gibson
Ladies ready made garters with
bow and buckle 15c
Filo A Wash Silk Floss any
color a skein 4c
Childrens wool mitts fancy
Triumph Floss in all colors and
varigated, hank 10c
liaby Ribbon all colors, two
width, yard 1^ and 2c
Cotton and Silk Elastic
20, 15, 12^ and 5c
Standard patterns 20, 15, 10 and 5c
Big lot fancy paper and en-
velops in boxes, per box
25c down to 10c
Lot of Woven Purity. Some all
white and daintily embroidered.
Some with neat colored borders.
I'ts a pleasure to lose tandker-
chiefs, when you can replace them
from such lots as these and at surb
modest prices, 5c and up.
Ladies, Misses and Chiliircns Koit
Underwear and Hosiery.
Large Lots, Little Prices to Select From.
This is tbe weather to buy these
goods, for you want to keep warm
yourself, and your children too dont
you? We have them at this Red
WE KNOW HOW. Your hosiery
may as well be correct as otherwise,
when it cost no more. You may as
well buy regular made, Maco, double
soles and heels, reinforced senmes
and that when the cost is the same
as for common stockings- We know
a thing or two about hosiery, and it
is our knowledge of the goodB and
where and how to buy that protects
you, when you buy here at Red
Letter and Red Ticket prices.
We have Ladies Jersey Ribbed
long sleeved vest, French
Trimmed neck 15c kind at 11c
Better grade 35c kind at 19c
Still better grade 5oc kind at.. 33Jc
Ladies jersey ribbed fleeced lined
drawers and union Buits.
Misses jersey ribbed fleeced lined
long sleeve vests and union suits
Childrens jersey ribbed fleeced
lined vests and union suits.
Infants all wool and cotton wrap-
Ladies Black and Colored Hosiery.
Big line, big assortment
for Xmas buyers to select
from. We have them at
Red Letter prices, at....
5c up to 75c
December Social Functions Brings Forth
THE GREAT SILK SALE.
Silks from France, Silks from
Japan and Silks from the beBt of
American Jcoms brought together
to make up the wonderful assort-
ment for the great season s business.
Black silks, fancy silks, pluid silks,
Roman striped silks and Evening
silks in all the delicate tents Rem
nant lengths, waist lengths and
dress lengths, will weigh together
in the Big Red Letter p. ad Re 1
You save money here by buying your
Table Lioon, Napkins t nd Towels at Ked
Letter and lied Ticket pri «• Ask to see our
fine Imported Mercerized Tab'e Linen and
Napkins to match. Nothing better for an
Xrnag pre.-en t to your mamma, or somebody
64 indies half Bleached Table I.iren
worth 45c. lied Letter i^a'e pric » 35c
inches half bleached table linen
worth 60c. Hed Letter Bale price. 3^e
66 inches half bleached table linen worth
60c. Red Letter bale price 43c
72 inches half bleached table 1 nen
worth GOc. Red Letter HaJe price 48c
72 inch bleached tab'e linen, regular
price 65c. Red Letter Sale p> ice...... 48c
68 inch bleached table linen, regular
price 85c. Red Letter Sale price 65c
72 inch bkachad table linen, r.gular
price $1 00 Red Letter Sale p'ice
72 inch bleached table I n n worth
$1.25, $1.35 and $1 ^0. Red Letter
>alo price...... ....... 88c $1 00 and $1 25
58 inch Mercerized table limn, regular
pnoe 66c. Red Letter Sale price 50c
Mercerized napkins I9<i9 to match
atove, regular price $2 25 Red Letter
Sale price, doz ........ $1.75
6G inch Mercerized table linen, worth
$1.00 Red Letter Sale price.... .... 75c
Mercerized napkins size 22x22 to match,
worth $2.75. Red Letter price doz.. $2 25
72 inch Mercerized table linen, worth
$1.25 and $160. Rtvl Letter Sale
price 96c and 98c
Big line cotton Crash towels worth 65c,
90% $1.25 and $i.f,0. Red Letter
fc?a!e price, doz... 5OC, 75c, $ 1 00 an i 1.20
Linen huck tow»»L«, colored borders s to
i7*32, value 40c pair, Red Letter Sale
price per pair 20;
All linen huck towels, better quality,
colored border?, size i7*34 worth *0c
pair. Red Le' t^r Sale price, per pair.. 80c
Extra heavy linen huck towels hem-
stitched in plain and colored borders
size 2o*4»>, valus 75c pair, Red Letter
Sale price per pair . ... 49c
Fancy linen towe's colored border
fringed edge, size 2OX4O worth 7oo
pair, Red Letter t-ale price per pair... 490
Fme drawn work, lir.en towel?, I ringed
edge size 28*45 worth 75c each, Red
Letter 8ale price each
Ex'ra fine damask towel embroidered
border fringed edge size 21x41 worth
98c each, Red Letter Sale price each 74c
Linen and cotton huck roller toweling,
Red Letter Sale price per yard
10, 8,7# and 6c
Staples anfl Cotton P.ete Goods.
Such as Outing, Ginghams, Calico, Per-
cales, Domestic, brown and blcachod
and wide shading at Ked letter price
any brand Calico in the house. Ked
Letter Sals price per yard 4j^c
Apron check Ginghams all color*, yard 6c
Dress staple Gicjhams good quality " 5c
Dre<» style Gingham best qualily Red
Letter price per yard 7)ic
46132 inches wide drefs style Percale
regular 10 and 12#e giftde, Ked Let-
ter sale price per yard 8c
Funcy colored outtings were 10c, Red
Letter price peryard 7Jic
Fancy outing# were 6c, Pale price yard j'/ic
All wool red, grey and navy blue Twill
Flannel, regular price 35c, Red Letter
price per yard 25 an 1 20c
Plain white all wool flannel, Red Leittr
price per yard ..46c down to 15c
All wool fancy plaid flannels worth 50
Men and Women w ho know the real value
ot thoea uphold our shoes as the best they
can find anywhere, they know and believe
in our quality, our tit, our style and our wcar,
they a'so apprec atc the fact that we quote
lower prices than anybody eUo. Our preat
fctore is filed to overflowing; with winter
good; of the beet grades. Every new style,
every proper shape, every popular color is
found here. Our I'of artm^h's for Men,
Women, Miss<s, Children and Boy» Ate all
complete in every d'tail and Irom now un-
til X-r as will be our Red Letter Sal?, to un-
load with a grand reduction.
One lot Misses Dongola Ilutton Shoe
were 50c, R«d Letter price ,$90
One lot M if sea lace Doneola heavy solo
shoes, tizes 6 to 8 were 65c,RsdLetter
price — 50c
One lot Misses Dongota pat tip heavy
sole, sizes i3 to 2, were $1.25, Red
Letter price 980
II. C. Gridmann Shoes tor Misses, and
Children, nothing made belter, noth-
ing gives beUer wear or comfort, each
and every pair war rented to be al solid
leather or your money back
Sizes 8 to 5 at 50c
Sizes 5 to 8 at 65c
S:»-*b 0$ to 11 at 90c
Sizes itto 2 at $1.26
Women shoes made by same firm we
have them in Kid, Marine Calf, Navv
Ca'f, and Veno Veal Calf. Every pair
guaranteed to be solid leather and
give satisfaction or yo ir moi ey back
sizes complete. Take choice of any at $i ,5o
M:ssts and Chi drens flee shoes made bv
the Star Shoe Co. I hey arotHe talk
of the Town, overy pair guarao 0 d o
wear and givo fati faction or your
money back, priced ace rdlng to frizes
at 60, 75, 85c q8c,$i $1,to, $1.25 to $2.
Counter Lot of the fctar Hioe co.—bine
show for Missei in black and cboco-
lat, lace and button, sizes broken
none worth less th^n $2.oo. Red Let-
ter Sale pree, your ohoico, $1.25
Counter Lot Drew Sri by & Co.—Ladies
fine fch esin lac&and butt n,heel and
pprinjr heel, kid, pat tip and coin toea
• Were $2,50 *nd $3 60. your choice $1.98
Eitfh Istj les Drew Selby & Co.—Ladies
fine lace shoes, s zes broken, in cloth
and kid scrole top, m< dlum and
*r< n:h heel, kid and pat tip, coin toes.
Were $3.98. your clio ca at. $2,5o
Drew Selby k Co—Ladies fine hand
made lace shoes in heavy externum
sole in kid and pattent via, French
and medium heel were $3.98. Red
Letter pricc, $
Men and Bo/SrShces—Mens fine shoes
each and every far guaranteed
Our $3 50 and $3.98 Red Letter price $2.50
1 $2.6o " $3 00 " " " *2.oo
" $2 00 ones " '• " $16o
" $i,60 11 •" " " $i.2$
" $1.25 " " " •' 98
Big line boys shoes all sizes from 2%
to 5# heavy and medium so'o, oip
and plain toes. We guarantee these
ahoea to wear and give satisfaction, at
$1.25, $1.50. $2.76, $7.o<> and $2.50
Mena and Boys work shoes at K«d Let-
ter price....... 90c, 98c, $1 00 and $1 25
Big line women shots in but on on 1
lace at 79c, 98c and $1.25
M Letter Price ii Boys1 clothing
k sale at the most fensational prices ever
Those who have be?n taking advantage of
the great strides our ^oys' Clothing De-
partment has made within the last year will
be able to form some idea of what the fol-
lowing offers irom now until Christmas
really mean. Any mother or father can
pick up many a substantial paving for their
boys, and there are many ether t ffcrs be-
Boys' two pieced suits wo have them at
Red Letter sale price at (59c, 9'^c, $t <4, 1.5O,
I.75, 1.93, 2 CO, 2.5O up to 4.98.
Russian Blouse Suits in velvet.*, ali col-
ors wert $198 Ked Letter prison.. $3.98
Little ' oats' 3*pieced suits all wool
trimmed, ages 3 to 7, at $1.25,1 75,
Boys' long put' 3-pUced ><!1 wool
suits in plaids were $5.co Red I 0 ter
Boys' lonp p nt* 8-pieced pui s in black
and prey eaisimeres, age 14 to 19,
were $8.50, s Ue pnCo 1 98
O110 lot 10 ityle to select from in boys'
long pants suits, a. 1 wool in light and
dark color#, to close out at red letter
prices at 2 50, 2 98 and up to 6.9H
One lot Boys' overc ats nil wool and
well /I ish worth double of what we
ask, red letter price at 2,50, 3.00 a id
8,50 up to 8,50
Bojs'sweaters in farcy colors, red let*
ter price 66c and 160
looo t oys kneo pariia alt ports rsorted
from 2 jc a pair up to........ a pa r 98c
Big line boys under shir is and drawers
heavv fleeced lined and jersey ribbed
at 25c, 80c aach and . .v. .. 50c
and 85c, Red Letter price yard 38 and 25c
E»tra heavy cotton and wool filled jeans
in ail colors, Red Letter price per
yard...... .... ... 25 and 15c
Worlds fair jean? best on eaith all wool
filled regular 5oc goods. Red Letter
price peryard 85c
Nice line Cassimeres for men and boys
pants, assorted colors all go in at Red
Round thread cotton stripes wore 5c
Red Letter Sale 4c
Cheviots for shirting, big atock to select
from, all go at Ked Letter prices....
Umbrellas for imes Presents.
The prices run from £0c up t > $7.50, tho
quantity and variety are greater than ever
before, if you want a good umbrella to me,
or to give, you will save money by ge ting
it here, close values, paragon frames, steel
rods, up-to-date banales Silk cases and
tassels. We have just outlined the um-
brella and pnrasoal stock for you, now nn-
till Xmas they all go in at Rei Letter Sale
Blankets and Comforts,
Time to buy now. Wc jump tho jobbar
here. Save you his profit, straight from ihe
mill to your bed, Great masses of fleecy
warmth and comfort, no better time to buy
than now. See if tho lol owing; tat? Wont in-
duce you. They all go ia at Red Letter price.
100 pair 10 4 white blanket* with red
and blue b rders, were $i.o>. Red
Letter price per pair .... 68c
loo pair II-4 white blankets colored
borders worth $1- 25. Red Letter price
per pair 98c
2^0 pair 11-4 blankets colored borders
were $1.60, $i.7o and $2.00. Ked
Letter price per pair,..$i.2$, $1.50, $1 75
Extra fine all wool blankets 1O-4 to 12-4
will go during this sale per pair at...
$6,50 down to $2.98
10*4 and 11-4 Comforts worth $1.25,
$1.50 and $2 26, Red Letter price
per pair...... ..98c $1.25 and 175
It Hits tbe Men and it Bits the Boys:
All winter lota go undo- the Red Letter
and Red Ticket Sale outing shirts, suspon-
den, neckwear, collars, cuff's and colored
negligee shirts for men and Ijoys. All wool
ana half wool and fleeced line ! underwear
prices makes things hum tint's why we nre
running the Red Letter Sale.
Mens eitra fine and yoo ) quality out-
ing shtrti in fancy e l »s 75c, sale
Big line w< rk ahir-'s at 25c and up.
Big assortment of mens and bovs hi; h
turned down and high s anding col-
lars at the very low f 1 ce of each . tOc
Metis and boys rubber collars high
turned down incn and glazed ft • ish 2oc
Big line metis arid boys su-penders 5c
a pair and up to .. 5 >c
Mens all wool„extra fine over*him in
all the leading shades from 5OC to $25 *
Mens colored negligee shirts with and
without collar and cuff detached,
also in soft bosom—and plain white
sale price 85e up to... $l2j
Big line mena and boys glove?, assort-
ment complete and prices way
down—we have them as low as
50c up to... ... 1,25
: Me a a all wool heavy and light weight
| underwear in shirts and drawers at
75c, 98c and each 1.25
Men's pure silk fleeced dretwers and
ehirts extra fine quality woith 1.75
each gala price 1 25
Mens extra heavy kmt and fleeced
lined shirts and drawers^each 5 »c
Men* extra heavy }er^cy ribbed
ah r j iLr.d drawers each 25c
4o0 doz ns ;;er.ts and boys handker-
chiefs |rom a 5 c^nt handkerchief
tip to a fine silk handkerchief for a
( hrutnttts present wa have them at
5 ; up to.... ...... ..... ...... j 25
Big line mats aoxs in black tans and
fancy colors at 5c up to 65c
Some special clothing offerings fiom now
until Xmas days which enable you to dress
well at a small coat No other dealer in
clothing or exclusive tailor offers such great
values as the e in our Hid liCttar sale.
Men's gray tack suits were $4 5O, sale
One lot men's black and dark
sack suita, round cuts all wool fhleci
! were 5.00, red letter price....
One let men i green and brown check
grey strip t ad wool sack suits wer;
j i> 60, red latter price at
One lot raets extaa heavy round cut
sack suits in greys ana dark greens
were 8 50, red letter price#.. .....
One lot mens all wool tailor mude suits
in eight different colors, >■ i/.es broken,
were i2.5o and 16 00, choice of lot at 7.98
One lot m- ns navy blue Slaters and
middle sex flannel fuits txlra flna
quality, guaranteed not to fade, red
letter price nt 6.50, 8.98 and.,,. .... 9.98
Bi > N e geri^a all wool antra hne black
v . worsted in round cut seek, H*d
k suits, red letter price, 7 59,
c ri and. I2.6O
One lot mens extra fine tailored suits
made by Schwab Bros. & Co- and
i Schloss Bros, of Baltimore, Md,
j real value is 16.60 and 18 00, red let*
ter prices i2."»o and .18.5O
! Mens overcoat* in black and blue
I black beaver wor.h 12 50, red letter
I price. 7.98
j One lot men* overcoats in tan and cas-
j tor worth 12,60, r<rd letter price. 8.48
| One lot mens box overcoats at ......... 5-98
One lot mans extra heavy overcoats
with storm collsr and extra long at
Men's Duck Coats with blanket lining
$00 pairs mens fine all wcol pants oyer
20 different stylos to select from, also
also Corduroy pants— from I.25 to
IVig line men's Cardigan JacKets, sale
prices 125 and,,., .......... ,..v.....
Beautify your Homes.
Lace curtains are to a room what the
master painters touch is to a por-
trait tho finish. Changing the seeming
barren walls of a room into a scene of
beauty. Lace curtains make a room. Noth-
ing Detter for en Xmas present.
Men? and Bays' Hats and caps.
No need to pay mora than our prici:», a n!
co eeonnmy iu p&ying less. Wc will give
jou cisccy 1 lie right hats for the (.64*1
momy that will buy dtpenttebU qtuiitici;
aii i the assortments here sr« nmnaHthorl
G me hero and buy your ( hristmas hat r.t
Ited Letter Sale ptioes.
Wc will sell tho Dunlap and Hawe's
Derby ha's from now until Xms?,
brown or b!a"k a 5 oo and $ J.(0
Hat at..... $2.00
Stetson hats at 3.60
Our own btand in six or eight differ-
entstilf>e in brown, black or ^rey
at $1 2j, 1 50, 1.75, 1 913 and
Job lot of boys hits on sale at ...
Jo doaen boys caps any style and col-
ors lake choice at
None worth less thnn 35 cenU.
Up Stairs Department-
A Sale of Ladies ai tl Misses jackets
capes, skirts aiid shirt waists, Ladles
and Missed fancy jersey Unit under
skirls and fancy knit and silk trim-
Millinery 011 same floor. Ladies
trimmed and unlritumctl Kelt Hate.
An immeuao showing of dressy,
practicable, nobby bats that can be
worn at all times, and a grand dis-
play of fancy and dainty conceits that
are especially adopted for extra oc-
casions, all with this important fea-
ture, and reduced down to a Red Let-
Big line Just arrived of Ladies
Eiderdown toques nicely trimmed
colors, pink, blue, red and fauoy
colors, all go iu at Bed Letter Sale
price, at 75e, 98c, $1.25, $1 60 and $1.98
Big assortment of Misses and Chil-
drens jackets, all sizes, to select from
all of which has been marked down
at Bed Letter pritte.
Haudsotne line of Ladies flannel
waists nicely trimmed, Pizes com-
plete, also Ladies silk waist, they all
go In at a big reduction during the
lied Ticket Sale.
Ladies fancy knit, all wool under-
j skirts nice assortment to select from
f>0o and up
Big line over 30 diflerent styles to
select from of Ladles all wool Tailor
. made skirts in long and rainy day
| lengths. _
Big line Ladies black skirts iii
j Taffeta and PeauUeSoie. Extra fine
. quality and handsomely trimmed, all
j at cut prices, over 15 different styles
to fe'ect from.
Big line and nice assortment of
Lad;es jackets In all the leading
colors tans, castor, navy, reds and
greys, all at Bed Letter price
MISTB0T BROS. & CO.
1^. O. EOBEHT8,
As I contemplate removing to
Somerville I offer for Sale 300
arbiritaes 2 to 5 feet high 4 for $1.
I also have wild peach, althcas,
golden netted honeysuckle, and
other choice shrubbery at low
prices. Apply to
Holland is offering big bargains
in photographs for tbe Christmas
trade. Alt his work is reduced in
Here They Are Howl
The following reductions will be
good for the next 25 days:
$1.00 per doz reduction price 75,
•2.00 " " " " $1.50.
$3.00 " " '• " $2.00.
$4.00 '• " " " $3.00.
$5.00 " " " " $4.00.
$7.00 " '• " " $0 00.
All other work in proportion tame
redaction. Remember these prices
will be raised after twenty-five days.
Thos. A. Holland
Our large sales guarantee
freshness, our name purity of
the drugs we sell. Two gradu-
ates of pharmacy attend to the
Jos. Tristram, Druggist.
Amsler's bakery and con-
fectionery is headquarters for all
kinds of fruit cakes and Chritmas
Farming Implements of all
kinds at P. W. Schuerenbergs.
Fob Rent—A bouse on the Berlin
road within the oity limits. Good
well of water, outhouses, two barns.
The place contains six acres and is
good for truck farming. For fur-
ther particulars apply to
Bucks stoves, Charter Oak
stoves. Superb stoves, SUr
Leader stoven, Garland stoves.
They have no equal. 8old at boll
weevil prices by Reichardt A
Combs, Brushes, and toilet articles
of all kinds at Trlstran's Drug Store.
Niederauer Wine at $3 per
dozen, Samples on application.
Box 397, City.
Wantbd—A white woman to
cook and do general house work. I
Apply at Banner Office for par-;
When you buy hardware, out-|
lery, cartridges, etc., you want
the best—do you know that
Healy's is the place?
fKESSLiWG'S") Schmid Bros
Mil Ant St
The neatest and best market in city.
Tbe but meats of all kinds sold at reas-
tigfcgst Market Pries Paid (cr Fit Cittli
v Hogs ami Sheep.
All kmda of Bauaage kept 00 baud or
made to order. Free del very in city.
Patronage solicited and satisfaction
guaranteed. .'Phon 47, a rings.
Santa Fe Excursion Sates.
Holiday Kicutitooe—December 28,24, 25 i , , __ _ .
and January I, limited to Jsnu.ry 1! A. KrSSLINGi Proprietor.
- . ■ i ' .. ■ ' ?V
Dfj Coods, Mill,
Hats, Boots and Shoes.
A Fine Stock of
Choice Family Groceries
Always on band.
Sole Agents for 1 ouf 81ar Brewing t'O.
B, H. HOG E US,
ATTOItSEV AT LAW
I*racUicat in all tho Courts of the State*
Oflilve- Socomi Floor Oruber Boiiding
CAMPBELL & PENNINGTON,
Qtpicr ovch First National Bank.
Will Froctlce lo a)l th« Courtn
Notary In illMco. »
WM. S. VINSON,
p Fropareii to Look After the Sanitary
Condition of Yosr PremiKa.
Prompt Attestlon 6i*en to all Notlcti,
Attorae anil Caimselor-at-Law
Ueensed and will praetica in all State and
BHENH xsn BEAUMONT, TEX/9
J)B, T. J. PIBB,
Physician and Suegson.
9^. Office in Uuiett buildine, opposite
Exchange Hotel. Phone 88.
Here’s what’s next.
This issue can be searched. Note: Results may vary based on the legibility of text within the document.
Tools / Downloads
Get a copy of this page or view the extracted text.
Citing and Sharing
Basic information for referencing this web page. We also provide extended guidance on usage rights, references, copying or embedding.
Reference the current page of this Newspaper.
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/m1/4/: accessed November 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Library Consortium.