Brenham Evening Press. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 17, No. 197, Ed. 1 Monday, December 5, 1910 Page: 2 of 4
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See FYed L. Ampler today for the
best on lh« market—The South
lLUjk m. No. IT. 4:»a. m.
■BOWUH A tszas nonut
tfe.«L*3*P- m. tb«»! p m.
Wo M, 140 a. m. No. 46, 12:45 s. m.
A chain is no stronger than its
weakest link and a mod hole or a
hill between a farm and town re-
duces the carrying capacity of the
wagon to the level of the bog or
grade. Build roads and haul fewer
loads and better loads.
The improvements of public high-
ways adds three times their coat to
adjoining property and every argu-
ment that applies to the improve-
ments of private property will ap-
ply with multiplied force to the im-
provement of public porperty and
especially to public highways as
everyone must use the roads. Build
roads and increase the value of your
No one is opposed to good
roads but objection arc sometime
made to paving for them. The
paved streets in the city wer
paid for by the town people with
out the assistance of the farmer
but the town people an- usuiilh
willing to h-Tp the farmer build
roads also- Jt id up t.» the far
mens to vote bonds for building
The farmer get the same preit
for a bale of cotton, hauled over
good roads as he gets for a bale
of cotton hauled over bad roads.
fits by good roads and lie like-
wise pays the penalty (or bad
Build roads and reduce ex-
penses of marketing farm pro-
The farmer is the man who
uses the public highways; the
manufacturer has the rail omlj
into his factory; the itiitief he.
the railroad into tit,, mini and
the merchant has payed streets to
his store, bill the farmer must
haul his products to town and
his merchandise home. Tie far-
mer is ilia man who uses the pub
lie highways. Build nm;road
and better roads-
Farming conditions have under-
gone a radical change for the better
during the past few year in Texas
and the improved methods of agri-
culture, better conditions of public
highways, and the increased price
which the products of farm are
bringing have all served to make
the farmer monarch of all he sur-
vey!. From his own private throne
he is in position to dictate to all
other chums and conditions for it
fa to him we must look for the food
we eat and the cletheswc wear. All
haif to the Texas farmer.
The ravages of the boll weevil in
Texas are estimated at millions of
Dollar* annually, but thf mud hole
has been a more coetly foe to the
producer than the boll Weevil. The
Federal Government has spent mil-
UoBiof dollars in trying to find a
fdicatieg the boll weevil
but we do not have to spend money
to learn bow to eradicate bad roads
—*oUd good ones. **
The boliwetviia in destroying cot-
ton decreases production an consqu-
ineiBMeethe price of the re-
but had roads
, toll agaimt the
i end b» reality,
places for disease germ
_____ Tim Sehinnacher Dtttg Store i
sent pleased to announce itaself agent
pie and infallible treatment tor
pimples, blackheads dan
deposits draff and itching diseases of the
^ *in and aealp.
____ XixfD the pains and! Sc confident are we of its ef-
ol Rheumatism commence. The fieacy that We aay to you—use
formatiaa wh**% wrie_ add ZBMO according to directions—
then if not satisfactory come and
get your money back.
Ask for booklet telling how to
cure your-self .at home with
alwavs accwatpany the disease. Like-
wise the muscles are coated a*d loee
their elasticity, while the contiaoal
irritation to the nerves produces swell-
ing and infiam motion of the fi«b.
S. S S. cures
the only way it is
possible to over-
come the disease;
it clean sea the
blood of all uric
acid poison and
kidneys so they
are enabled to properly filter out the
waste. S. S. S. is not only tlie best of
Mood purifiers but a fine tonic. Book
on Rheumatism free to all who write.
tsx *wirr srxomo o©.. aumu. o*.
The Pride Of Grand Old
You may travel this country all
You may sail to the end (if the
I venture you'll never discover
A beer that is equal to “Pearl."
is made of th,. purest of
Its brewed with skill and care,
Its the pride of grand old Texas,
A beer that, has no peer!
Its pure as the fabled nectar
The ancient Gods did sip,
Its pleasant and mild to the
Its sweet and cool to the lip.
Mot Barry Tor Blunder.
“If ray friends hadn't blunder
ed in thinking I was a doomed
victim of consumption, I migh
not be alivt* now," writes D. T.
Sanders, of Harrodsburg, Ky.,
“but for years they saw every at
tempt to cure a lung-racking
■cough fail. At'last I tried Dr.
King’s NMv Discovery. The ef-
fect was wonderful. It soon stqp
ped the cough and I am now in
better health than 1 have had
for years. This wonderful life-
saver is an unrivaled remedy for
coughs, colds, lagrippe, asthma,
croup hemorrhages, whooping
cough or weak lungs. 50c. $1.00
Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by
Theo Sehirmgcher Brenhain Tex
Saves An Iowa Man’s Life.
The very grave seemed to yawt
before Robert Madsen, of Weel
Burlington, Iowa, when, after sev
en weeks in the hospital, four of
the best physicians gave him up.
Then was shown the marvelous.
Direct from Hums Bey. The
cream of the Lonieianna Oyster-
Fresh every day. Sold m bulk
to the family trade, or served in
any style. Oyster loaf a special-
ty. Take one home to your wife.
She will appreciate it.
Many school children suffer
from constipation, which is of
ten the cause of seeming stupidi-
ty at lessons. Chamberlain’s Sto-
mach and Liver Tablets are an
ideal medicine to give a child, for
they are mild and gentle in
their effect, and will cur* even
chronic constipation. Sold by all
Dealers. I -
Messrs. 0. Schawe & Son, have
just received a big shipment of
handsome cut glass, table chiaa,
and novelty pitchers, etc. In
fact they are receiving at lot of
pretty goods for the fall trade,
and invite their customers to call
and examine them. t-f.
Croup is most prevalent during
the dry cold weather of the ear-
ly winter months. Parents of
young children should be prepar
ed for it. All that is needed is
a bottle of Chamberlain’s Cough
Remedy. Many mothers are nev
er without it in their homes axel
it has never disappointed them.
Sold by All Dealers.
Shall Woman Vote! ‘
If they did, millions would vole
Dr. King’s New Life Pills the
curative power of Electric Bit- true remedy for women. For
Its brewed in old San Antonio,
But now it has gained such fame,
Its known and drank by thou-
From Mexico up to Maine!
By its golden hue you’ll know it.
(Vo mail.or tv non»
It will cheer yon when you are
Reiniud you of “Homo, sweet
Blank deeds, mortgages, notes
vendor’s lien notes, old leases
bills of sale, releases, etc, for sale
at the Proas office.
CALL AT BRENHAM,
December 8, 13, 14, 22
to January 1.
See Dr. Adams who has
Office Over Spreens Drug Btore.
if you want to know the truth about
your Eye, Ear, Nose or Throat Trou-
bles or Cancer of faca. Dr. Adams
has spent his life time in the study und
practice of this specialty: ho has 16
years experience in active practice,
holds references from thousands
Texas people, has a proven record
success and should you want to know
the truth alwiut your Eye; Ear, Nose
and Throat Troubles or Cancer of Face
it may'pay you to consult a frank, hon-
est, plain dealer, one who will tell you
facts on.first visit. Dr. Adams makes
no guesses, no experiments, no may-
h«-so promises (ho tells you on first
visit what to expect.)
December 8, 13, 14,22
to January 1.
Ladies Coat Suita and Skirts
Cleaned and Pressed
Called for and Delivered
- Phone 253
Opposite Anthony Hotel
.C BEAUCHAMP, Prop.
‘ & ExtracU
tors. For, after eight months of
frightful suffering from liver
trouble and yellow jaundice, get-
ting no help from other reme-
dies or doctors, five bottles of
this matchless medicine complete-
ly cured him. Its positively
guaranteed for Stomach, Liver
or Kidney troubles arid never dis-
appoints. Only 50c. at
Theo Sehirmacher Brenham T<x
..Notice to Hunters.
We the undesigned eati/.en* ot
Washington County, Tex., wll
not allow any bunting with gun
or dogs on our premises. Tress-
passers will be prosecuted to the
full extent, of the law, L, F.
Winkolmnnn, W. Ruckhorn, Win
Danliaus, Wm. Spreen, F. A
Spreen, L. A. Wilhelmscn, Win:
Kemper, Otto Rodenbeek, Ed.
•lahnke, F. W. Schrneder, Wm
Rogge, II. Wiesepnpe, Otto Z.'m
der, O. B. Lehmann. Aug Richter
Aug. Fritz, Wm. Romerfield, C.
H. Mu show . 3-w
Will Promote Beauty.
Women desiring beauty get
wonderful help form Bueklen'
Arnica Salve. It banislieq pirn,pies
skin eruptions, sores and boils. 1
makes the skin soft and velvety.
It glorifies the face. Cures sore
eyes, cold sores, cracked lips
chapped hands. Best for burns,
scalds, fever sores, cuts, bruises
and piles. 86c. at
Theo Sehirmacher Brenham Tex
REACHING THE SPOT
It Can Be Done So Scores of
Brenham Citizens Say
To cure an aching back,
The pains of rheumatism.
The tired-out feelings,
You must reach the spot -get at the
In most cases ’tis the kidneys.
Doan’s Kidney fills are for the kid-
Mrs. Louisa Hackmann, Bcllvillc
Road, Brenham. Texas, nays: “For a
png time I was troubled by disordered
kidneys. My back and arms became
lame and the kidney secretions were
distressing. I was finally advised to
try Doan a Kidney Pills and acting on
the suggestion, procured a box at Tris-
tram’s Drug Store. They helped me
more than anything else I had pre-
vioualy taken and I am sure that if 1
had used them strictly according to di
reettons, I would now lie cured,
gleuiy- give UiIb valuable remedy my
Fer sale-by all dealers. Price 50 eta.
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
sole agents for the United States.
Remember the name—Doan’s-and
take no otner.
banishing dull, fagged feelings
backache or headache, eonstijia-
tion, dispelling colds, imparting
appetite and toning up the sysv
tem, they’re unequalcd.Easy safe
sure. 25c. at
Theo Sehirmacher Brenham Tex
b it aeeeeeeerv .nowaday* to
advert lie in order to succeed in
businesst Don’t yon think ad-
vertising is a 'fsk*f Don’t it *F
.peer that money paid for it >•
foolishly spent T These and *
thousand other questions equally
aa amusing are put veery day to
the man who is engaged in ad-
vertising or publicity work. In
answer to the above question* let
us ask a few. Have you ever no-
ticed tlie firms whose advertise-
ments occupy half the apace in th
Ladies Home Journal! You have
no doubt. Well the men at the
the shrewdest business men »tt the are use<i j„ every part of King Quality
United States today- If they were 'Shoes
not they would not be where they | ^ ROESLER, U§ ° "
Have you ever noticed the
number of fnll page fids in these
magazines? And have you ever
inquired what the single insertion
of a full page ad would cost you
in such a publication! If you
have not do so at once. It will
be a revelation to you. Bee how
far the figures quoted to you
for a single full page insertion
will come from $4,000. Tile first
thing you think iathat this is un-
true. But it is a fact that a let-
ter and a two cent stamp will
prove to you beyond a doubt
Then you may say such advertis-
ing does not pay. But jt does.
Ask how long it would be be-
fore you could get a full page
qpaee contract ahead even at this
seemingly exorbitant rate of
$4,000 per page for a single in-
sertion, on»“ time.
dan you in the face of these
facts doubt that it pays to adver-
tise. Just one more suggestion.
Did You ever notice when the
big advertising campaigns are
put on! It is always during the
dullest season of the y?nr. Why
do they do it ? To get more
business. Do they get it! The
fact that they continue to do it
is the answer. Think it over.
More on this subject, another
We have all times ths *
choicest of meats, pro-
perly cut and deliver to
any part of the city
promptly and in neat
HAMS cut and sold by
Give us a trial order and
you will become a per-
Mrs. A. Kessling
Plana-and Specifications fur
on Short Notice
Chappell Hill *
-Jl -3k - 7
REMEDY W O O
THE CHILDREN'S favorite tonic.
Christmas photos, the latest, a
+ + + + + $ + + $ +
* No Strike on with,
/#»« following - X
orin houses: f
Marks Arnheim of New York. *
Clarence Mayer & Co., Cincinnati. +
Kahn Tailoring Co., Indianapolis *
If you want a first class Tailor Made *
Suit or Coat and Pants for Christmas *
I will telegraph in your entire measure q.
at my expense.' My line of woolens q.
still complete. You can get a tailor q.
made outfit cheaper than ready-made q.
Come early. j,
Yours Respectfully, .j.
C. A. HYMAN ;
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a„WA«E CD •' JVSITATIONS.
TMt OtNUINC P»'l **AMD ONLY Bt
Ballard-Snow Liniment Co,
Nothing has tcer equalled it
Nothing can tver surpass it.
50c & $1/10
A Perfect i or All Threat «u
Furr-: Lung Trouble'
• (Jick if it fs'ls. rri.l Bottle, tr.i
■w 0 imwii sro ee si
A Gasoline Engine! aug.
and Punqg £3SfS,U;' "
gStl’SS Price $85
R. E. PENNINGTON,
Office Over First National Bank,
W. S. VINSON,
A Postal Card Will Bring Him
to your Door.
Dr. R. H. LENERT
Practice limited to
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
Office over Tristyam’s Drug Store
Hours: 9 to 12 a. m; 2 to 5 p. m.
J. R. Heartfield & Co.
ins-and Specifications furnbthed
E. R. Milroy
Phone 868—Office Over Wash-
ington County State Bank.
Brenham - - Texas
The best thing to start is a lise insur-
ance policy; if you have only a small
amount start some more. The best
time, now; the best company, the
Southwestern Life Insurance Co , of
Dallas, Texas, the oldest and strongest
in the state; th^agent, Fred Amsler.
You will not be left in the cold if you
will place your order with
DBAS. 8TOKSS, Prop’r
Good Bath Rooms,
and dealer in
All the leading brands of 5c
and 10c goods. Smoking To-
DR- C. R. EVE
Have your hota
•> E tnrtia
O; L. HDD]
tyill practice in all i
south side pal ib.^|
J J. Mare.
HOSPITAL IN OONN
Office at Matchett’s,
* Sale cstahi,
Pier & NS
Special attention giveg
Ear, Nose and Throat j
Phone 386 if you need"
long or shor trips. I
v ice. Reason able chi
NEW TIN Sf
We are now lo
site Suter Br
ING and Gl
Plumbing and Cut
Buy The Be»t
Always makes a hit when '
used for *
RHEUMATISM, SPRAINS, 1
CUTS, WOUNDS, BURNS ±
STIFF JOINTS, CORNS
BUNIONS, ETC., |
Price, 25c, 50c and $1.00 !
BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO. 5
ST. LOUIS. . MISSOURI. 1
$#0 Sold and Recomm.ndud by O^SSI
W. H . Hee
of Guthrie, Okla.
Official Winner of High
fessionai Average for
97.75 Per Cef
MR. HEER SHOT
It la a very eerioue matter <o ask
fcroo* medicine and have the
w*g «»e given yen. Por thia
rewon we urge you la buying
I to d* cartfal to get the genuine—
Highest Attainment In
Writ* For Catalogue
Gulf State Office Supply
Train No. 18
which leaves south Texas at night
and north Texas next morning, and
arrives Kansas City 7:00 a. m. the
For detail InformationSanta Fe atfOnt
W. S. Keenan, G. P, A., Galveston
bring out to
hneo of one’s
toms and cor.
mot any figure
°°**et* Include all
the desirable Ideas
known to the worlds
best oorset destg-
In a stylish gnnnmu
Won by MR. L. I. WADE at the
Smithville Tournament, May 27-28, shot
Score: 484 out of 500
Winning HIGH AVERAGE for the two
| The Peters Cartridge Co., (Inilnnati,
Reichardt, Becker & Co, Distril
DEAD SHOT PO
* ■■ u
Won High Average at the recent
Bay City Shoot. Dead Shot Pow-
der made the longest run of the re-
cent Bay City Shoot.
Manufactured by AMERICAN POWDER !
148 Dearborn Street, Chicago
Boston and St. Louis Smokeless and
Smokeless Powder SI
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as there is:
by far the
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Tucker, George. Brenham Evening Press. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 17, No. 197, Ed. 1 Monday, December 5, 1910, newspaper, December 5, 1910; Brenham, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth520045/m1/2/?q=MISSOURI%20CITY: accessed April 1, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Library Consortium.