Brenham Evening Press. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 219, Ed. 1 Saturday, January 11, 1908 Page: 4 of 4
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ie Terrors of
IN •pvafcmg of hl» food baalth sad «■
1 Ueot* oid •(«, Mr. Brock MJ*:
TSAAO BROCK, • cltlMB of McLoonon
A county, Tuh, hM lltod for U« yearn.
Tor many yearn Ue rent dud at Boeqne
Valla, eighteen miles west of Waco, but
now Urea with his son-in-law at Valley
Borne time ago, by request, Unde Isaac
earns to Waco and sat lor bis picture,
bolding la bis band a stick cut from the
grass of Osooral Andrew Jackson.
Mr. Brock la a dignified old gentleman,
showing few signs of decrspitnds.
Bis family 111 Ills Is still preserved, and
It shows that tbs data of bis birth was
written Ilk years ago.
Borobefore the I'nlted State* were ]
Sew 2J pretkfenn elected.
I ,-ru-nm has protected him from
ell Hidden change*.
\ eteren of four were.
Shod e bone when VO yean old.
Alway* conquered the grip with i
Wit net* In a land lull at the age
of 110 year*.
Believe* Pe-ru-na the greatett
remedy of the age for catarrhal
-After a man has Head la the world
as knag as 1 have, be ought to bass
found out a great many things by ex-
pertenoe. I think 1 hare duos so.
“One of the thing* l kmva found
out to my entire latlafoction la the
proper thing for ailment* that are
due directly to the effect* of the
climate. For 119 year* I hare with-
etood the changeable cltmete of
the United States.
-1 here alwaya been s wary healthy
man, but,of oouree, subject to the affec-
tions which are due to sudden changes
Id the climate and temperature.
"A* for Dr. Hertmen a remedy.
Pe-ru-na, / have found It to be tbe
beet. It not the on ly reliable remedy
for theee affection*. It ha* been
my etendby for many year*, and I
attribute my good health and ex-
treme old age to thla remedy.
“It exactly meets all my require-
ments. It protects me from the evU ef-
fect* of sudden changes; It gives me
strength; it keeps my lilooddn good cir-
culation. 1 bsvs come to rely upon It
almost entirely for the many little
things for which 1 need medlulne.
“Whan epidemics of la grippe first be-
gaD to make thutr appearance In this
country 1 was s sufferer from this dis-
«/ had aeveral long siege* with
the grip. At first I did not know
that Pe-ru-na waa a remedy for
thla dlaease. When I heard that
la grippe waa epidemic catarrh
I tried Pe-ru-na for la grippe and
found It to he Just the thing."
In a later letter. Mr. Brock writes:
"1 am well and feeling as wall as I
have k>r years. 1 would not be without
A letter dated July *, 1900, written for
Mi. ilrock by his wife, Hsrah J. Brock,
"Last winter I hed Just gotten
up out of a spell of sickness, when
I commenced taking Perune. 1
I think It Improved my health very
| In s postscript,Mrs. Brock add*; “H#
I receives a great many letters Inquiring
slxiut what Peruna will do. 1 do not
! answer them all, as 1 think they can
I get a bottle and try It,”
_ At N5 ». ■-j
_ _ P. U. At 4 p •- 1*™?•**’
to attend all t he •« r i*s ot this j
Wahuu «'«uip No. 30, W.
'Will meet Monday night ot
7 JO to inmtAlJ the officer* elected
After tb* installation there
will tnn* > banquet.
Ail Woodmen invited
All memoeis sre lequesP'l tc
me>-t at ball at 2 15 to at«*au the
f me a! of Bro. Ben Schmid. By
..rder of C. L Wilkins, Kxaltee
Haler Bren Usui Lodge N>»- U7B
li P O- K
FOR ptALk OK KEN T- M.-
home io Uie southern pirt o:
ol the city. E. L Sal tty.
FOUND—A .K. of P watch
_ charm. Owner can recover hy
pay inn for advertisement.
FOR SALE-A pair of your*
mater, inquire st 8»uta Fi* saloon
i,r call phoue 100, two rings
Mix F. Ruland.
MULES FORSALE— A minu-
ter of good mules tor sale
Suit O* S * W*r ri*tit bjr;
b» iti|^ • «* i»«itl ’I' i ^ In
*n ft*1! p'1 t* • v l*
vo » mf**m%* •* I**
biOi ifv ' m** * 1 ti- «• tlt«f
«rp ( NTf vim/ ••••u* 1-)! to 2-3 i't
fil«* lll«» fl»* * '•* ^ '* lUld t |»|sd
• f * J*f‘ M*1-!* till* Hliii
Will pay 2*ci» for i'litier f**t.
EVIDENCE •( \\
i •'jee ----■" -
l OR »ALE.—No tt i7 six room
coi-ago ou east Main stieet
A baryaiu t'» an early puicli -s I
er. For price dee C. Bauiio. j
17 1 w
FOR HALE—Five liundi-u -md
fifty acres of faro< l-nd.
ou the Iodependebo * and Vt'ash-
inpTou road, rifteen miles f >or-
Lien ham. Flinty of tui be-
for fence rails, posts, we 1
watered, ino.-ttof it new and
For price and terms apply to
♦ B. F Dothon,
1 2 tf William l’ouu, Texas
Mrs. Bam Schlecker is visiting
friends in Austin
Mrs. Chas Parks went up to
Mrs i’has Carlisle, who Las
been here on a visit returned to
her Lome in Somerville today.
To Vorwirts and Seliiller
All members of Vorwarts ; s. Niu i Church.
Lodge No 6, O D. H. B. also tbe; The 1st Sunday after
members of Schiller Lodge No. Epiphany:
tv MU I c.l Luihtrti Church
The 1st Sunday after Epiphany
9 0u s m Sunday School.
10.110 a. m, Morning Service.
7 30 p. in. Annual buainess
meeting of the congregation
All cordially invited.
G. Langner, Pastor.
Violin and oig&n, Mr l.angraf
arrl Miss Estes
Prayer, Dr Thos F ("ox
Responsive Reading l«*d l»y J
P. M- Adam
Introduction to Lesson made
by B. Eldridg * Jr.
Church Service 11 a and 7 30
p m Preaching by the Pastor.
After this this the upper
auditorium will lie used for both
morning and evening services
FOR S^UE OK EXOHANGE-
My residence in south Br«-u-
ha.D, 2 story, 12 rooms, 2
halls, front and back gillery,
electric lights and water
through entire house. Barn
and servant* bouse 2 »cr*>
of ground. For sale for cash
or on time, or will exchange
for property of equal value A
bargain to an early purchaser.
Thob. B. Bottb. 1-7 2w
‘■g.guli u »h* W
I* in cxuresalun uh old -a the r«oe No
d'-ubt 'h<- rla'iig and uMI<'f of the aun
iv the moat regular perfotnmurv in lbs
unlvers- iinle-s it ia the action of ihe
llrvr aid leiwa'v wlien rogulau-d wPb
p-. Kl g'a New Life Pill* G-ia-soUs-d
b\ Jim. TrUtraiu. druggist. 26c
* * i
recom * ^ cr* ci
Ubeamali mi. C * c i i
Bruises Spraiu*. cm
Stiff Job’s a-xi fbi ;i—
that t'luui, h ti-'- a..
tl. Y.\ WtiLcee.
Crocj* Colo.. • . •
tiave ui>od >. e< t-. • .
tn a sev t-i« a*/. ■ i j'1 • * > ■
matinin can-** ' i . c -l-i
ex|Mit>u:« to t hi sen,..
Two u|>| Hen' • r li-
me lUld i Uw. i-.uo.i
PK»C<-. *' ,
38, A. O. U. W. will meet Sunday
afternoon at 2 p. m., to attend
tbe funeral of our deceased
brother Maj. Ben Schmid.
Among tbe visitors here Friday
night to attend tbe presentation
of tbe '‘Stow Poke," at the
opera house, were noticed: Mr.
and Mrs. O A. Schatx, Mrs.
Ed. Schatx, Mr. and Mrs.
0. Percy, Miss Andrews,
Mr. Will Bauer, Mr. Branch
Wateon, of Burton;and Mr Alex
Weyand, L. Draws, and Oscar
Wagner, of Carmine; Messrs. A.
E Smith, John Lyons, Chas.1
Meeks, of Somerville.
Huuday School 10.00 a. in.
Litany, Holy Communion and j
Sermon 11 a. in.
All are cordially invited.
Sunday School, 9:45
Evangelist C. G. Hrelos, of
Missouri, will occupy the pulpit
boll) morning and night, 11a. in.
and 7:30 p m.
Junior Endeavor at 3:30 p. m.
All cordially invited
HRIT BMTIST UtURUI
Otib E. Caktkk, Pastor.
Divine worship at 11 a m. ai d
! 7 30 p. m , with preaching by
the pastor. Morning topic: “A
the few words about several things.”
j Evening topic: “Pressimism.”
Sold «•- ' r ‘ •
p. w spavgN
To Be Reopened Saturday,
The Model Bakery will be re-
opened Saturday for businesa at
the old stand and will continue to
furnish the public with first
class bread, cakes etc 1-9 tf
Bran, Com, Oats,
Hay and Chops.
CORN AND BYR MEAL
Telephone 21 4.
The oldest market In tb- clu
Fresh Beet, Veal, Pork and Sausage Dally.
Telephonic No 43.
Prompness is a Feature with Us
CHRISTMAS WET GOODS
Arthudwl fpOcpt! Church South
J. W. Bkroin, Pastor.
Sunday school 9.30 a. m.
Dr. Cox Superintendent
Tbe Baraca Class will conduct | Those who have season tickets to this course can have seats re
the opening exercises * ill follow- j served by calling at A. Simon’s.
F. H. Gam el, Illustrated Lecture—" American Boy”—Jan. 15
Whisky and Fine Wines of
all the leading brands and
best makes for Christmas.
Put up in convenient pack-
ages, at ...
Fritz Zobel, Prop.
J. J. Marek,
hospital in oonnsotion.
Office at Matchett's Livery and
Offloe pbune, 217-3; Residence, 66-
You don’t have to consider
the coat when you do your
shopping here—past experi-
ence has undoubtedly proved
to you thit every aiticle sold
has gone at a bargain price. *
This year will mean for u |
chance to g ve the buyer
bigger bargains than ever
before-better good* at low -r
price —a wider variety and
J. M. QUEBE
NEW YEAR’S RESOLUTION!
No doubt ua l,avc in:-do |
mi ls- resolutions «.f valuelT
Ifycuhav** resolved lo -
vnur grocery bill, trad< w||j
f’airing ton, where goods”;]
highest quality are sold ati
Just received, a barrel
g*tl’s Unprepared Huckwli
Prepared, ia 2 pound pack
Try some of our ICO
Pork Sausage. Fresh Ojl
Vegetables and inuumera4B
good things to eat.
W. T. cafirington!
ON SALE HERE GARMENTS FROM
LEVY’S SALE OF MUSLIN UNDERWEV
On Thursday, January 9ih, which is the day Levy
Dry Goods Co. open their White Sale in Houston, 1 will i
play in my show room samples of all Levy Undermus
and offer them at exactly the same prices-Levy Bros qn
on them in Houston, during their sale.
Here is an opportunity for you to select, right at your own 4
from the most complete and varied assortment of Muslin Underwerl
displayed in the South. Orders taken here will be shipped from Ho
ton—all garments fresh and perfect; prices guaranteed identically I
same as quoted by Levy Bros, during their Big White Sale.
Remember, I have the samles on display, ready to take your <
on Thursday, January Uth. COME !
MRS. EMMA W. LINN, (Levy Bros. Agency.)
New 8eeded Raisons, Currants,
Lemon Peel. Orange Peel, Cit-
ron, Figs. Dates, Almonds, Wal
nuts, Bntter Nuts, Filberts and
Wittbecker & Hoting.
It tones and vitalises
lire system; makes life
living, no matter wbat
station Hollister’s Rocky I
tain Tea is the surest!
tive known agtinstdmes
tea or tablets Jos. Tria
GRAND 8S5!i TUESDAY. JANUARY I4T
For tbe convenience of “Parsifal"
patrons tbe former rule of commen-
cing the evening performance at 5:80
and giving a two-bonr dinner inter-
miasion bas been done sway .with.
Daring this engagement tbe entire
perforiqaaoe will be given at one sit-
ting. Tbe curtain will riee at 7:45
sharp. Carriages may be ordered at
11:15. Auditors must be in their
neats at tbe riee of first curtain, as no
| one will he seated during tbe action
MESSRS. MARTIN & EMERY’S REVERENT/ ARTI8TIC AND SUMPTUOUS PRESENTA-
TION OF RICHARD WAGhNER’S MYSTIC FESTIVAL PLAY
(In English.) Adapted by William Lynch Roberts. v
Based On the Legends Of the Holy Q-rail Produced At An Enormous Expense
Enacted By A Noted Company Of Players
Scale of Prices
Box Seats, Lower
Lower Flo r________
The sale of boxes and seats will 1
gin at 9 l m. Tuesday, Jan.
For the benefit of non-resident ]
and those unable to be present i
opening of Hie sale, mail orders4
he promptly filled in tbe orders-
receipt, if accompanied by
sad self-addressed stamped env
directed to Alex Simon.
PRESENTED ON A SCALE OF GRANDEI
NEVER BEFORE ATTEMPTED
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Tucker, George. Brenham Evening Press. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 219, Ed. 1 Saturday, January 11, 1908, newspaper, January 11, 1908; Brenham, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth519904/m1/4/: accessed April 18, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Library Consortium.