The Brenham Daily Banner (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 29, No. 166, Ed. 1 Tuesday, October 15, 1912 Page: 3 of 8
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J. H. QUEUE'S
Fresh Cream Cheese
Premium Ham and
Peaches & Apricots
The Best Coffee
Quality & Quantity
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TION WORK IN TEX-
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.1. -J- Mill Buy- a Hunk
t 10 •,:».■ JVrsi-.vn.ie/j' .Man
tli.' Olenv.optl County Club where ft
, y'c'.v.n Mici" led in bffnglng ab-
ut i bo QV(t0 be. ■ < -a hi. h are to
•"..St, Paul, 0;-!. 15, • 1 s <-omi j < ilff. L. J.. Oct. 13 Ch srles
National na»k w«ta tomtits trait* Wal.l, the a\:*u»r. used his hydro- pan U|. nayat pArade fln„
flerrod to Jau.es .J. Hill at a uo. atropine to -mciw H drowning man wh,<;h Af0 |U)W ftn<vhorC.(1 lu tbfr
ibg of iii" boar,' of direct:- r',. > ■ Wl;» 1 w4i.fr i.f- 1U oei.l liar
•lay. Two cheeks, totaling' bar ,i.bi.» a.ftWalter Srroh
DO<? :: >;iod bv ?,'r. Bill, for.i"U i, jK Ikk h '-am! -,8hvipi»;l .'Sftwjfor, <>f '.f bij
Sent mi off this5 placf.
Fresh Wiener Wurst
Fort Worth,' T, O.st, H. o, -
1J5..000 will bi' exp'."n!6d . ?:i
fc.'as this year in farm «Ieyio<i3tra- • \v. Fi.
iob work. The Koci»>al Govn-ujiwir i hU r.:
b«.-> up'trupriatt'd $Si).0()0 .of UiIpUq);
%U>«f'bnt aijd the balance has been r i!,.
•'1 •'•:•'id'e by the dlfffn-nt fi-ramis bank
doners' Court in this srate, Tcv-'i.
>s b:-.;' tlii der lonstratioi!. agent? in <-jf' g,.v
116 (:ift>.rc,nt counties, 57 of whom the Fi
locatori .a West. Texas ui..i r,;♦ -ivnrt*'
n t-ho eastern section of tbv .• t,it<
ujil acab.;;dtns' to reports there ar
snbscribb for . the
iM' iKin. The price V; j,i 0■.t^Ti wyr;" re'.v
!V. Mr. Hi!! 'reqt«!K!ed 11; «t off shore,' \viu:
Pbktt romain as avti-it; Prt,'.-'.- ••ha«',' ,;t of \
nni) the old hoaj-d Of dir.- .'''e !>' rar- t
emt in in;net iadftfiaitely. to. k-■>.!» e-Hont.
Bfeend Xutio»al la tin! fitvt.. 'f vii.n to 'lirin
of «"!»!-•?: Mr. Hill has taken drowning tot'i; union.
'. aitliotH.h hi! i.« :t djriu't■_ir , W.iid was t;11:511p, i
•nrat otboitj.: Aniotip; fhevtt is ar»tl tr'iaitv.'d to the
rst Nntioi5:-il. for which be. h,.t«1 "'otifi the ut-
an offer of a «h»re. The ••Uceh!.',.'it h ■■ < to
iboist It:.!: a
OHl 11^ to lit
iypard b-ts not yet acted on the off*' \ ^'itb! broej.-'ti his
I '■:«! il: »'V?e think Mj\ 11 HI Iiiih tit.; ^ ncav tb.H'hi- w a
H.roo farmers now eo-oi-eraliios; the establish!::,»nt of a srtn.t HCe prcwi ver aim
ieiitoixjtvaibin i i'iiuun :al institution through which ba<.h. " • hhi Kin
s the aviator, haitliti
nOcensit v of ko
Subscribe tor utv .luotnar pttper
that th" peojdc all UK., -Tln» Hren-
ii..in Daily Jlaanei,
Mi I! Duebbc, who ft rnnnltxg a
birrbi'i- hlioji ou'tjiiii notn Si wt and
.■ i'. toHfiued to a sick bed
tbaai. 8 iniir,■. iinn for the
we.tkH is ab!e to be Up
v, l,i) |) :s t>i
a I the lift
in litis work. Farm
work as it is termed, consists of he can transact all branches. ,,f
allowing the farmer bow to ttlnaf,; btmlm.Ks without
-are for, and. harvest his crops. This ' |„R 1(, „u(si,u. banks,
a accompanied by inducing then.' 11 ,. Second National liartk w
'" "Ul€'' to set aside a certain area , o^rbiMn il in In.",4. The rjii.Ih.1
:•!' i.tnd and follow government
I O V 1
machine started, for slior.v
The rescued man teas .
t a111 fin'
il ' r. irc.ests all of his former pa-
trons to again taM and i-<of him at
iiia old stand as lie is ayain able to
Kft-ve them. #
junarjKHtmivxj: v :
F. Dornherger & Co. \
Are now localeJ in the GidJings
Building over H. G, Wittbecker't
store where we will be pleased to j
see our old and new cu toners.
MA THIS & TEAGUE
0(i:ce Over Mistrot Brothers Store
Layer & PSiasterer
Hurt 'imiftiu! ••-'/. fc-i.MHi,.- I'll '...//#_v/
1520 S. Day St., tSreriham, fo:ta*
ilet li r> fi s
Paragon Shoe Shop
Shoe Repairing N'-otlv Done
(in * u.i
R.H.LENERT, SPECIALS? r
Kjo, Far, Xosc anil Throat
Olhce over Tristram's
9 to 12 m. 2 to 5 p. m.
Leading Insurance Agency
Everybody Is Doing It Now
Coming to the Candy Kilcher
to see the beautiful place
where the famous Home-
Made Candy and Ice
Cream is made.
Jhe, place uhere ycu gel Quality
Pur'ty and Service.
The most Sanitary and Lip-To-Dati
place of its kind in the south.
The Home of Quality.
Office over Giddirifjs X B «nk
//. u. Simmons & Co.
plant inf.:. thereby in-
fhe yields of the '"'ovts
a'eipsl methods; advocated by
ha <'•. tnonstration agents are wide
. planting and careful selection ■ of ■
• i. il and in every ,case witece these,
j rifles have been foilowed, the ji.ro-'
.'1 action increased jva.-ticaliy ji'-v
' .'•en'. Fer iiistanc.'. in Fayette ' Co.'
t.the lartneri, : following sciontii'tc
i methods o" pj'rnting tinder govern-
went s'tpervision. harvested thin
i reason Over iiOO.ont) pounds of cow
; was which were planted betweenithe;
' ")m rows. This vegetable was rals-'
•d vith very little trouble and
i broSjLht the growtvs i! i- i cents per
; )0',ir>d. In Lavaca County, under!
'dvet 'j<*. conditions, but following
| •jovet'nment Instructions, the .pro-
'action of cotton was increased
'ror.i 500 pounds to 1,1 lit pounds
i ->er acre. Similar results have been
' ibtained in every county in Texas
chei'e scientitic methods of fa "ming
s advocated by the demonstra'.i tn
i agents have been employed and it
i.'s.. assured tbrt the appropriation,
"o <• -n!inne this important work
•vill be stibslaivfiall:- increase 1 ne\'
BALKAN WAR MFANS
mil pins ami undivided profits bow
ameift to 1900,0111). and t'»« depo.-
it.K arc S2.5tt0,00(i
Get tile news
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VETERINl ARI AN
| Office & Hospital 307 E. Main
car of those celebrated FUKK
FOUT and Ileum y lluggi. s.
J'12KIN WAGONS the ones tluT
Jkjvo come up to every 'standard an
i<-st il'.at they have been put. to.
■Corrugated nioCiitg, and a full sto •!■
F. W. WOOD
E. R. M1LROY
Lawyer and Notary Public
Fresh Magnolia Beer
Always on Tup
Keg and Bottle Beers
Come and See Ma
New York. October II. A fam-
ine in attar of roses and a stiff rise
in the price of high grade p. ri'ames |)K,ut>1
will be the result of Hie War in tie
iiaikans. ii' tho trouble is prolonged
Attar of roves. ;«llljGHj-h used in a1!
minute (iUan.tit.ies, forms tire main
ingrediant; of numerous perl lines.
Bulgaria is practically the world's
only source of genuine attar t,
The roses are grown i t"geiy by
pcaBj/nts iu t'»♦ * —1' vs. tht* distilled
dl finding an >utlet thta
stantinople. Kffor.s.to. rfet the same
results from roses grown in France
(lermauy. and South Australia have
While tthe war clouds were gath-
ering merchants in the Bust hurried
"til their available stipidies out of
'he troubled area. Havocs in Lon-
don. Paris and New York took up
ill they could set. even at a Into t
Women Uesiesed in Tunnel
I.e.s Angeles, i'ai . (tit. 1.,. A
storj of how six ' American women
remained in a mine tnune! for tv.o |t'
days and a half diititi'; the titt.ick
of .Mexican rebels on the mining
camp of HI Tlg"e in the state of So-
u-era, Mexico, was brought here last
nijilit by J. W. Malcolmson of.Kan
Stts City, consulting enuineer of th"
El Tigre Mining (ioinpany.
When the surrender of th,. eiitnp
tleniitttded by the. rebel General Sai
azar. was refused the women who
were wives of company otliciiiis were
placed |n the tunnel with provisions
to last several days. They were a '
eonipanied by a guard of Americans
who had thirty rifles and 501)0
rounds of ammunition.
Salazar entered the earn;) after a
thirty-hour bombardment .mid laid
the Americans he knew tifl• s and
ammunition were secr.'ted in the
tunne! and demandeti them. Five
cries and ?»<>!! ro'iitds of antmitnj-
* ion w im aght net. and th,-. r«-
1 general wis not cine,is to iearn
I" mOf were ctiUi-ealed
After the rebels evacuated, Mpott
- lie approach o!' l-'eileral relfcorc-
thc women retru, il to C ..
I gilt -.none tlii' v. for their
On t!)ia famous Minnesota
Refrigerator for the next
thirty i.'ays. Come early
I>efore they arc all gone.
Our supply is limited.
T. C. Ehlert
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guoclx and price* to give you th« beat service
it< h & Jewelry Repairing and Engraving
KALCKSYEIN &. LAGLE
t\st i;< v.i j.;, itt)\i>s ami i\\t:stmi;\is
: i: v!
!.■ St. (Tiurtc*
w i iU',1, i <>l; s vt.i
I Iv 'dlitics a lid reyi'k'Ui •
111)00,00 to ...ftitiao ne
lla.-'ile ss liUildtt :.n front
\ f.• .v choic. bn Ihting lots
Variolic a• hi Kited hu. :t - t
Farm) in W'a !• it • nn; t hi; ii
io,pi ou ,| aad uni'.nprti'.i-d.:
V "i'l A-'l'i ■> in Fii.V' Hi;, 1 "io
* ei •. lit I in ,i 1 ne !ud It: M ti
HUI A MAM, I FX \S
)c.'t I)...»i x \o» tb i-l five I'ostol'I'ii <•
in l!i ' ilbalii, rauKini: in prices from
1500 to $ Ceo On. tin.
. iii tuWn mid set roundiliS! country
. orilttlii.it,ir from 20 to ItOft acres,
iota '$ !■. *►') to |>O,0() per acre,
acrij- in ,\i miiHsi5 si-ctions of the
i. (!) tai.ic- from CuJorado t'ltv)
I'-'tMl: ai't't s HOd
«■'. ! io,,. ei i.ta
(i .t deep, w at .
t'Oillity, 1503 acres and Ili
i' urn at it ion i, soil 5 to 5
si I'li.oa. in Tobl Gr>'
i o.ra .. i ,, to 7 ii'i 11
it \ol WAX'I !()>! ( !,. W i; I'l.Mr Vol' \ lll'VI:ii.,
IF 'ii)! A. >,'l it t lil i;— I i' !• Wll VI YOi W V VI,
Monday and balance of
he week all J). il. FISK, GOLD Mli
!i:.VL, and lu'iiny other well known
lilies of ladies hats' will b,. sold at
-'really reduced prices utwk ('. Ilns
t.'f'cs New York Slot*.
Stole ,S.;0,t)l)0 in (iol.l Leaf
On July the ft rst I will remove
my shop from the present loca-
tion to the rear of the City T)rup
store, where I will be glad to se-
all of m.v friends.
J. Raier'e Electric Shoe Slop
A ami. tronitormWe and
pleasant phici where the
veiv best beers, whiskey,
wines aikl vizirs prevail.
mi: \i.s ii.M .
Voted for fiooil Thiny* l.» l.tn »•
I'opuint' Price. Intpoiie.l iteei
Wilier. I,i«pu)i>. I'.,i Vi«h "ill fiixl
ii- ut I lie >:nne old stand.
.lust received, a large s dectien of
diildren's Itftts to be sold at Clial-
'elige sale prices. F. ('. lluster. at
\cw Ye'k Store.
' (adv. i
Dallas, Texas. OcJ. It A govorn-
nent report circuiat d July 1st,
: places Dallas ninth among the cities
Bus mfpts all train;, day and
night. Call*answered prompt-
ly. Public patronage solicited
A. F. RIGGINS
Prijrietmi Tmiufer Lint.
Hn. Phnnt 346
New York Oct. In. Jerome 'I'.
• ' t'frey, 47 years old, who li\"s >,,
a $ 1 l!,U0t) house at 4!) South r
\ iew*"Aveuue. Uo -kaway li -acti, i-o: •
t'esSbd yerferdr,> to Deputy l'e i,
( ommiss ota-r Dotivlieiiy tie. in
had stolen more than >5:',i).nu i *vor 1.
of gold leaf in live years ti-rtin lit.*
i'U.ph.yers, I'. I'. Cnllier .'Oil • li'-
arrest folic ed as a "esuit of tin In
vestigs.tion by the law firth of (i-«»
van ^ Osborne, when several pac';.,
pes of gold leaf v,.-r- dls -uv,"' ■ I •(
a locker outside of ('afft'ey' i dea n't
ment. The eoi tpan>'s ' if*•;
bad for some time been ca.- ■
if the United States in number and fully searching for ill leak.
aliip of permits for new buildings Cat; «•> . who for -m • b t! be—
i lurins the month of Juim, and on foreman of. Hv book .indiir; deaav;
?cptembi '■ l»t. a State report of the ""''lit, where large pmr.iities ,
•ecoids of building i'i-poctors for "old leaf are used. .. i •
he cities of the state shows Dallas in the novel mcMio-D of emit, r/.Hn
ti the lead in amount of permit is- by an old employe of 'b fl--a, v,h.
ued for this year. Tlie average was a beneficiary under the late will
building permits per mphlii for (!ip '!•' P. h. <
! past year and a half for this oH.y ' • slom r I'w •
s $510,237. These facts of them- books of the leat worth |0. ,e u a
rlvrs givc a clear illustration of downtown dealer f. ?■">. and h- .•
he substantial, steady growth that thought to have stolen mot Urn
l is, and has been going on in Dallas. «•*« worth of the leaf ev.uv ->or'
day Tor tlie past five yours. >'a re."
Forty cents a month will give yon was held for the Grand Jury in .•
tThe Daily Banner at your deor. | $5000 bail. t »
Nueces and Washington County Land for
Sale in any amount, improved
and unimproved. City Property
TEFS LAND & LOAN COWP'V
Brent:am, and Robstown, Texas
mm® mmsmmgm \
Summer Time, the
Ideal Time io Build
DO il NOW! Come to us for
estimates on material or informa-
tion if you intend to build. As
lumber is the chief • building ma-
terial and we sell lumber, figure
with us and save money. High
grade building material a specialty
W. A. WOOD & COMPANY
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Eberle, Frank. The Brenham Daily Banner (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 29, No. 166, Ed. 1 Tuesday, October 15, 1912, newspaper, October 15, 1912; Brenham, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth485261/m1/3/: accessed April 23, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Library Consortium.