Brenham Daily Banner. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 26, No. 144, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 20, 1901 Page: 4 of 4
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L. D. Routt hu gone to Paris.
Rev. Jacob Ottisin Caldwell
Mrs. Homer Lampkin went to
For country produoe ring up
Hacker 4 Wehrmann.
Prayer meeting at the Christian
church tonight at 8:15.
R. T. Jaeggli baa gone to
Moulton for a few days.
Attend the great winding-up sale
at the New York Store, commenc-
ing Jane 15th.
Guy M. Bryan, Jr., and wife
of Austin are in the city.
Scientific horse shoeing
at Wm. Preitag's shop,
Col. C. B. Shepard went
Rogers yesterday morning.
Five dwellings for rent from
five to fifteen dollars per month
Apply to T. A. Low 4 Sons.
B. F. Small of Chappell Hill
■pant yesterday in the city.
New goods arriving daily, call
to see us
Hacker a Wehrmann.
A. J. Rogers of Chappell Hill
■pent yesterday in Brenham
Blacksmith, wood and re:
work done to order by
Freitag, Brenham, Texas.
Miss Spencer Tarrant went to
Chappell Hill yeeterday evening.
Ladies, you can get three pairs of
fast black hose for 10 cents at the
New York Store We commences
Hon. W. W. Searcy returned
from BellviUe yesterday morn-
Nothing equal to Psickly Ami Bittiri
r removing that sluggish. bilious feeling to
common In Cot wsather. It creates strength,
vigor, sppetile snd cheerful spirits. S.
Room k Co., Agent*.>4
Section Master Johnson and
family have removed to Hills-
II BHi MARKETS.
There is very little change in
the local market for the week
ending June 18, cotton being
marked at practically the same
as last week:
Good Middling, 7 1-4.
8trict Middling, 7 1-8.
Strict Low Middling, 0 1-2.
Low Middling, 6.
Following are the prevailing
prices for produce today:
Eggs, 7c per dozen.
Chickens, broilers, $2.00 per
dozen, spring 82.25 per dozen
fryers $2.50 per dozen, hens $2
Turkeys, 40 to 75c each.
Honey, 7c per pound.
Country lard, 10c per pound.
Butter, 10 to 25c per pound.
Bacon, 10c per pound.
Irish potatoes, new Texas, 55c
Cabbage, 2c per pound.
Onions, 3c per pound.
Dried peas, 4c per pound.
Corn, 70c per bushel, sacked.
Hay, $8 per ton.
Beeswax, 17c per pound.
Wood, $2.50 per cord.
HOW IT IS DONK.
The first object in life with the
American people is to "«et. rich;'
the second, how to regain good
health. The first can be obtained
by energy, honesty and saving: the
second, (good health) by using
Green's August Flower. Should
you be a despondent sufferer from
any of the effects of Dyspepsia,
Liver Oomplaiot, Appendicitis, In-
digestion, etc., Huch as Sick Head-
ache, Palpitation of the Heart, Sour
Stomach, Habitual Cofctiveness, Diz-
ziness of the Head, Nervous Pros-
tration, Low Spirits, etc., you need
not suffer another day. Two doses
of the well-known August Flower
will relievo you st once. Go to
E. Luhn's and get a sample
free. Regular size, 7ft
Oreen's Prize Almanac.
WILL BE TBI RS(X)RD OF THOSB
AVAILING THEM8KLVKS Of THK
to san francisco, cal,
west sandy street
vited to attend the great winding-
You and yours are
uf> sale at the New York Store, as
no goads will be chanted
Ed. Zurchsr returned from
Tample yesterday evening.
To Oar* Malaria In 4 Days,
Take Qsiooris. All druggist* unauthorized
to refund the mooey in any ease of chilli,
fever or malaria it fells to cure. Prico 60c
per package. Sold by alt druggists
Mrs. Mary Hoaea and
Addie Carrington are visiting In
8aa T. A. Low A Sons for
aoraana, doors and windows
painta, oil, varnishes and a gen
•nil line of builders' material.
A small estimate of the crowd
that attended Cather A Buster
grand winding up sale ia placed
at 600 paopla, as standing room
wm at a premium.
Born unto Mr. and Mrs. Will
Morrias, Monday afternoon,
fa Car* Chilli or Malaria la 4 Dajra,
Take Qnioorta All druggists are aatboriasd
to refund the money in any esse of chills,
few or malaria it iaiU to core. Price 80c
per package Sold by all druggists.
Misses Ri(th Pointer and Bettie
Lm Smith of Houston are guests
of Hon. W. W, Bearoy.
You oan gat 10 yarda of good
feat color oalioo, very bright,
pretty patterns for 25e this week
ht Cather & Buster's, New York
Will Treadway has returned
from an extended surveying trip
with Engineer Jeffries in Hardin
The Fairest OAr «»« Mad*
To anyone suffering with Dyspepsia, Indl-
Sour Stomach, Heartburn, take
lia Tablets. All druggists are
t the manufacturer! to refund
tfcs mooey m any case they fail to cure.
-■ — ~ the name.
Mr. Mid Mra. E. W. Blinn re-
turned to Waco yesterday.
You will have no more eiok
poultry, bat • bushel of eggs, if
you OM I. Nowakowsky's medi-
21b box 25 cents
Powder. A large
Every man, woman and child
is expected to wear our fast color
":8e hoM that will be sold
raak at New York Store,
Cathar A Buster, Prop.
Now to the time your poultry ie
In danger of taking oholera. I,
Nowakowsky's poultry powder is
a sure preventive. A large
box 25 oente.
P. C. Winkelmann, the well
known photographer on Weet
Avenue, ia now extra
to develop, print and
i Kodak pictures.
a gloeey plumage, it
pie rente sickneee, promotes good
hrsKf*. cansos young chicke to
very rapidly. I. Nowa-
y'e poultry powder will do
A largo 21b box 25 eente.
! to 100 raits
76 suite on
atr^SO and 106
I third «ouater at S10. All
Complaints were made before
Justioe Chappell Wednesday
against William Walker and
Robert Slaughter, charging them
with an assault.
The annual meeting of the
stockholder of the Brenham
Cemetery Association will be
held in the courthouse on Mon
day, July 1, 1901, at 10 o'clock
a. m., for the purpose of hearing
reports of officers, and for the
election of trustees for the en
C. H. Carlisle,
M Cool Simmer Drills.
' Dr. Pepper'e Phos-Ferrates.
Celery Ginger, seltzer and
Red Raven Splite.
Mineral Wells Water, 25 oente
per gallon, at the Opera Saloon.
L. F. Orassmuck, Mgr
The Rethbone Sisters will meet
tonight it Oastie Hall at 8:30
o'clock and a full attendance of all
the members is urgently requested
Didn't Marry for Hut).
The Boston man, who lalely married
ilckly rich young woman, is happy now, for
he got Dr. King's New Life Pills, which re-
stored her to perfect health. Infallible for
jaundice, biliousness, malaria, fever and
actue and *11 liver and ttomach troubles.
Gentle but effective. Only ajc, at R. E.
Luhn'i drug store.
Leslie S. Rogers, Esq., delivered
an able address before the Colored
Summer Normal at Camp town yes
terday morning at 11 o'clook*
Dr. M. R. Shepard of Waco
hae located at Berlin to praotice
In lamps we believe we have
the best assortment in the city.
Call and examine.
O. Schawk ft Son.
ANNOVNOKl) BY THK
.JULY 18-^1 1901.
SUNK FOR PROFUSELY ILLUSTRATED
CIRCULAR, COMPLETE WITH DETAILS
RELATIVE TO ROUTE, SLEEPER RATES
SCHEDULE, SIDE TRIPS, STOP-OVERS,
SCENERY, DINING STATIONS,
J. I'. WRIGHT, A:, C'oebukne.
H. A. KENDIG, P. A., GAVESTON.
H. V. W1LI.IAM8, P. A. HAN Antonio.
W. S. KEENIN, General Pass, *gt„ Galveston
A CATTLE RANCH ,
IN WEBB COUNTY
'omprising 16,000 Acres of Good Brush
Land, for Sale at 65 Cents per Acre.
1 have and am now offering for sale at a
figure which a little calculation will show
to bo cheap enough in all reason, a ranch
comprising about 8000 acres of patents*!
land and 8000 acres of State School land,
under a ten years' lease at 8 cents per acre,
located about 26 miles from Laredo and
eight milea from the I. & Q. N. railroad.
This makes a very nice siied pasture,
which, with its convenient location, makes
it a very desirable pie o of property.
There are severol things that especially
rec ommend it as a desirable stock ranch.
Our New Spring Stock Has
GRANULATED, BLUE, ORANGE
CLEVELAND BAY STALLION
First—It is located in WBBB COUN-
TY, AWAY FROM THE FOGS,
DEWS AND UNHEALTHY CLI-
MATE OF THE COAST, and as
consequence cattle here are not afflicted
with the dozens of unnameable diseoes
that kill off the coast country cattle. The
die-up is as small in this county from all
causes combined as in any county in the
state. Stock, like people, reed a healthy
climate to do well.
Second-it is BRUSH LAND. This
fact makes it greatly superior to prairie
land for a pastu e. The brush is a good
variety, suet* as stock eat and live upon,
such as guajillo, chapote, chaparro prieto,
guirache and mesquitef and also tuna, (a
srecies of cacti that stock eat). Prairie
lands in this end of the state are generally
very sandy, and do not stand drought,
nor do tank* in them hold water for any
length ot time. There is always a risk
about a prairie pasture; besides, prairie or
sand cattle always bring a short price.
AS TO WATER.
[Rroistkbkd is England axt> Amkkica.]
Will make the season of igoi at Brenham, Texas, and will be
number of mares at $12 50 for insurance. Portland (1206) mahogany bay
" ■ """ rounds ; ma
Bred in Yo
emitted to serve a limited
bay, star in fore-
head; stands 16% hands high; weight at 8 years of age, 1680 pounds ■ magniflcent_carriage
and action, and shows as well in stable or lot as In fair ring. Bred in Yorkihi.
Importod by Holbert & Conner, Los Angeles, California. Purchased from far. ™
Copy of Pedigree can be soon at Dr. Carlton's Hospital.
Kvery precaution taken to avoid accidents, but not responsible should any occur,
E. D. CARlton, V o.
F. W. WOOD,
WEST HIDE SQUARE.
Lumber, Shingles, Sash, Blinds,
LIME. niGH GRADE CEMENT,
Buckeye Mowers and 'Weber Wagons,
„WIR* AND DAlL&wwww
Third—The »oj| of the county, especial-
ly of this pasture, has a good clay sub-
soil foundation, which is ontirely imper-
vious to water, and tanks made in it bold
water like a jug. The tanks of this coun-
ty have defied the severest droughts. The
dirt handles easily, while labor is as cheap
as can be desired, and tanks are easily
made. With plenty of water, which any
ranchman can have at but little expense,
and an unlimited supp.y of brush to fall
back upon when an occasional drought
occurs, a ranchman is safe against the only
serious drawback he has to enoounter in
this end of the state — an occasional
Fourth—The superiority of a brush pas-
ture over a prairie was fully established
two years ago during a drought. While
the losses were heavy in the lower sandy
country they were scarcely perceptible
FIflh-Cattle are EASILY HANDLED
for with fenced water holes they can be
easily caught at at any time.
Sixth—There are no severe winter* in
this end of the state to kill cattle, the win-
ters are worm and pleasant, while the
summers are not as warm as in the cen-
tral portions ot the state; besides, the at-
mosphere here is dry and healthy.
Seventh—There are no taxes to pay on
one half of this pasture, which is quite an
item. It is cheaper to lease land from the
state at 3 cents an acre than to own it *t
almost any price- It only requires about
$9 76 worth of this land to raiee a beet
while it would require $100 worth of land
to raise the same animal in Central Texas.
DRAW YOUR OWN CONCLUSIONS.
Ninth —The stock business is the
beet business on earth.
PRICE 65 CENTS PER ACRE
One-half cash, and the balance in payments to suit purchaser, deferred payments
bearing 8 per cent interest, and payable " on or before."
land that has been offered for sale it
.ya^le "on or before." This is the cheapest
j been offered for sale in this section ot the State for ten years. Land
of the same kind in the immediate vicinity is held at $1.26 up to $8 par acre.
This is a rare opportunity for one who has but little money to get a good pasture.
There is plenty of wood upon the land ftrhlch can be sold for $3.50 per cord at
the railroad. , \
HAVE ALSO ANOTHER PASTURE OF ABOUT 16,000 ACRES of Brush Fu-
ture land, located twelve miles from Laredo, at $1 30 per acre. It has two very large
nd a 1 *
tanks and a mile and a half oi river front, henoe plenty of water.
quire of or Write
JOHN G. RANKIN,
THE BEST PROPOSITION
IN THE FIELD
IS THE WEEKLY BANNER
ONE DOLLAR A YEAR.
Mr. and Mr*. Arthur Knolle have
returned from • ten day stay at
Try our fine Blend Teas and
Hackee 4 Wehrmann.
E. C. Laae of Shelby
yesterday in Brenham.
T. D. Bolton oi Whitman ipent
Wednesday in Brsnbam.
p Ths Kind Yw Hj.i Alw; BtojW
Miss Mattie Campbell came up
from Chappell Hill yesterday.
Just opened up 1,000 pretty
bright dress patterns to bis sold
this week 10 yards for 10 cents.
Cather & Buster, New York
at. Ota seeks retu:
CITY OFFICIAL N0TICE8,
To Water Consumers
Tou are requested to be very
economical, in using water for
sprinkling, aa the dry season is
upon us, and our supply is limited
Unlex* you soupiy with the above
request your wster will be cat off.
H. E. Boora, 8upL
Taken up June 10. 1097, one
Jersey yearling heifer. 8aJd
animal ia in eity pound in Bran-
ham, Texas, and if not called for
in ten days will be sold for
J. W. Rsowm.
WILL OCCUPY THIS
BUILDING (now occupied by the
Brenham Furniture Company),
A Removal Sale
Will be commenced next Thursday
n order to reduce our stock as much
•s possible previous to removal.
This Sale leasts 60 Days
. ... ' . ,< ;v ' •' ■
In order to accommodate our ever increasing number pf customers, it has become necessary to secure larger floor room
than we are able to obtain in our present quarters. To this end. we have contracted for the building shown
in the illustration, which is at present occupied by the Brenham Furniture Company.
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We Will Begin the Work of Removing Our Mammolh Stock July 15th
With enlarged space and increased facilities we shall be enabled to handle our immense trade with greater ease to ourselves
and better satisfaction to our numerous' customers. We shall spare neither pains nor expense in arranging for the com-
fort and convenience of our patrons, it being the constant intent of the management to provide the trading public with
up-to-date goods by up-to-date methods.
Including the remainder of the A. B. Frank Co. stock ot San Antonio will begin Thursday, May 9. This sale will continue
SIXTY DAYS.. All goods will he marked down 20 to 35 per cent below former prices. SLAUGHTER
PRICES will prevail during these SIXTY DAYS.
WE HAVE ONLY ONE PRICE.
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Rankin, John G. Brenham Daily Banner. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 26, No. 144, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 20, 1901, newspaper, June 20, 1901; Brenham, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth486073/m1/4/: accessed January 22, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Library Consortium.