Brenham Evening Press. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 17, No. 51, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 30, 1910 Page: 2 of 4
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ack Ashland Sprague
FOR BALE BY JOS.
AT THE i NEW YORK STATE 8HH00T
— — — Jims 8, 1910 — _
MB. CHAS. BLANDFOBD, OF OSSMO, f »
+ + + + .SHOOTING + + * .
SMOKELESS SHOTGUN POWDER '
The Piano—the First Murchandise Prize—Value S8mm
“INFALLIBLE” WILL HELP YOU WIN.
E. I. DUPONT DE NEMOURS POWDER COMPANY.. I
Established 1802 Wilmington, 0*^ g
Wm. Lusk, Owner
An Bnigiiab mimtiA premiere
to send t» * new comet in Align**
—as if the one that arrived ««
June 18 didn’t fill the bill!
No better teat of any article
eon be made than the test of time
and this ia particularly true of
a kidney medicine. D ana’ Kidne
Pills have stood this teat and
stood it well. What better proof
of the merita of this remedy <*oul
yon demand, than the statement
of a Branham resident who lia*
been cored and ha* staved cured?
Bred the following:
J, W. Barlwine merchant, of
Brenham, Texan, aays: About aix
years ago I waa afflicted with
gravel and waa m bad of at tii ire
that I could barely move my bod
After gaining sufficient strength
an operation wa* performed upon
me and the gravel removed. After
that however, I found that my
Kidneys were in a weakened con-
dition and the doctors seemed to
be unable to help me. I finally
heard of Doan’s Kidney’ Pills
and procuring a sply at Tris-
tram* Drug Store, I began their
uae. They not only strengthened
my Kidneys bud relieved the bae
ache from which I had also suf-
For sale by all dealers, price
50 cent* Footer-Mil burn Co., New'
York, sole agent for the United
Remember the name—poan's-
and take no other.
They say Kennit ia frequently The Variety 5, 10 and 25 cent
Kelt,2:10p. m. elicited far hi* autograph. Store has opened for business
Na. 46, itA6 a. ol [ what it is lo have a dollar s word Come and Look.
as scept to develop ls«o bronrbitic of 7 ...
pneumonia asst any other eeaeon Doi returning to this office or Wm
not neglect tt Take rotor's Honey ; tfuebe. Prairie Hill. l'tw
a«d Tar promptly It looeen* the eous I ______
ioodUMi ami bp>ii the ifltismod tk \
srssr“• ■*“Foleys ohnolvxattve
FOR SALE BT JOS. TRISTRAM, j roa »nww< reevec* Cewstireviee
Won by MR. L. I. WADE at the
Smithville Tournament, May 27-28, sho
d to nmmm Foley KM-
.* la a yellow package.
SALK BT JOS. TRISTRAM
Specials tor this week only at
HaaJy’a Hardware Store:
Screen wire—15, 18 and 20c yd
String amen door hinge* 15c.
8L50 minnow bneket, 11.00.
$1.00 minnow bucket .75c.
' 85c. minnow bucket, 65c.
Soma still cheaper.
Nice jointed split Bamboo pole
Best grade bronze fish hooks
0 for 10c.
50 foot best linen line, JOe.
Silk line* 15c to 60c.
Kitchen food chopp<T* ,48c to
No. 7.—Good granite tea ket-
tle, 80c. each.
No, 8.—Good Granite tea ket-
tle, 65c. each.
2-pioce kitchen carving set 50c
I.awn mowers and liose at re-
duced prices- ask us.
HEALY’8 HARDWARE STORE
Tools, Paint and Varnishes.
Score: 484 out of 500
Winning HIGH AVERAGE for the two d
The Peters Cartridge Co., Clndnmtl, I
Reichardt, Becker & Co., Cistributi
Machines Bought, Sold and
.Repaired. Office at Court
House. BRENHAM, TEX
Geo. Volk, high average in 500 targe's at Ban Anted
February 8th, 9tli and 10th. 572.
John Living-ton, 563, same tournaon at, second place.
Herman Howard, Gunter Handicap ut San Antonio,
out of 50; Dan O’Connell 2nd, 16 « ut i>( 50.
Long Runs at San Antonio. F G Bills 139; R. '
Clancy 108; Geo. Volk 113; Mrs. T, } r : worn 105; 0'Btfc
101. All with
DEAD SHOT POWDEf
Manufactured by AMERICAN POWDER MILLS
143 Dearborn Street, Chicago
Boston and St. Louis Smokeless and Black Pow<
EASE AND COMFORT
and good wearing qualities are the strong points in
Crawford Shoes for men. Our new line embraces
of snappy patterns. Come and see to be convinced.
They have a way of wea ing that is hard to equal.
For Headaihee—Hloh*a Capudln#
Whathar from Cold*. He*t, atomic
or Narvona trouble*. Capudlne wll ra
(lava you. It* liquid—pleamnt to tak
After all, old
friends are best
M arret on* Discovert**
mark the wonderful progrdei of the
age. Air fltghte on heavy machines,
teleghame without wires, terrible war
to kill men, and that wonder of won-
3. It TAUB & SONS, Distributors, HOUSTON
The Scarlet Letter
Quality, the Red
A It stands for unequalled mi
entire reliability and invarii
KjwWjS RlfLES, btlOTCUl
of all kinds. ItmeansthatfC
so marked are of Winchester make and “Winchester Ml
means the highest quality of guns and ammunition thatM
produced. For your protection always look for the RSS
Wlnehuttr Klfln, Shotfuni, Shottnn ShtUt and Cartrlatet far tali marydtm,
WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO., NEW HAVEN. PC
The oldest market In the city
Fresh Beet, Veal, Pork and Sausage Dally
Telephone No 43.
Prompness is a Feature with C»
Kins'* New Discovery to
•ave lfle when threatened by coughs
cold*, laglppe asthma, crop, bronchltl
hemorrhage*, hay fever and whoop
Ing cough or lung trouble. For all
bronchial affection* tt ha* no equal, I
relieve* inatantly. It* the surest cur
James M. Black of Aahovllle N. C.
R. R. No i, write* It cured him of an
obstinate cough after all other rem-
edies failed. 50c, and $1.00 A trial
FOR SALE BY JOS. TRISTRAM.
Jet yr.ur*"lf fo Im miserable.
Why suffer from *cv«re bred-
aclw#, have falntliig Spell*
*n4 let fr ••/oil Your liver
SetwifttM'-uUon. Try Merblne
tb« grcei liver regulator.
/VLUMS CmwtipsUon, Hiltons-
I, met.it., Chills and Fever and
W all IJver Complaint*.
Mr*. K. C. Morrtwm. Hotie-
Um, T«xm*. write* 1 “I have
goffered tor yrer* from severe
li«(vl«th<-, dlzslrittM* ami
Wilting spell*. I received
no relief unt il 1 trh d HurWtio,
and wae c<»in|>l«U«ly cured. I
two It always."
- PRICI! Me. -
W. A. Wood & Co., |
Aenirr* yob f
ELLWOOD HOG FENCE, L
t Brenham, Texas. }
Kept The King At Home
"For the paet yearwe have kept the
King of all laxltlve*—Dr. King * New
* 4th of JULY ENTHUMi
jj Should not allow you to 1
11 sight of Uh> fact that *>ur |
her stock is constantly roplw
a 0(1, so that it's always kepi
> the highest point of excel'*!
y Wo lire always prepared to
ftish and deliv* r at, short M
lh(> best grdea of Kongh and
1shing lumber, Iron Hoofing
Life Pill*— In our home and they hnv
proved a bleeatng to all our family,"
writes Paul Mathulka, of Buffalo. N.
Y. Baay, but sure remedy for all sto -
mach, Liver and Kidney troble*. Only
FOR SALE BY JOS. TRISTRAM
i» by far the most nourishing breakfast food upon the market. A
combination of WHEAT, OATS, RICE and BARLEY, it *ur-
p«**c* the strengthening qualities of meat and u more easily and
quickly digested. The best food for persons suffering from weakness.
On account of the large percentage of photphoms (brain food) it con-
tains, it is an important food for the nervous. Ask yout Grocer.
aCANKO INTO BOUND HEALTH
Mr. B. F. Kelley Springfield. ILL.,
write* “A year ago I began to be
trouble with my kidney# and blad
der, which grew worse until I became
alarmed at my condition. I suffered
also with dull heavy headache* and
the action of my bladder was annoyln
and painful. I read of Foley Kidney
PIU* and after taking them a tew
weeks the headaches left me, the
action of my bladder waa again nor
mal, and I wa* free of all dtatres*.
A Gasoline Engine
ROFF & MILLER
Ballard Snow Uni meat Co.
at. LOUIS. • MISSOURI.
DR. C. R. EVERSBERG
Giddingg & Giddings Bank
F. W. WOOD
Wagon Yard Inside
Pier & Nicholson
Special attention given to Eye,
Bold and Recommended by
JnstrnJ of „ n„M Hsiue for
White House *u»v, why not « n
swear word for tlu> Iw.cf trust.?
FOR SALE BY J08. TRISTRAM
Mowers and Hay Ra
(Standard the World Over.)
Screen Doors and Wind
Sharpies Cream Seperat
hu 111 mm dri
of itomi'spun is about a* plain as
hi* *p<i«M<h will'll his ditn<h‘r is up.
ftottulor H«yburn’* latesa folly
i* trying to prove that lie’s a war
mer number than the weather.
Ear, Nose and Throat Diseases.
Remembor all big things spring from small bagining*. Bo
had bettor start today and open an account with us. A,
dollar is sufficient to start. By making regular weakly
deposit* you will be surprised to see how fturti your ac-
count will grow.
Giddings <£L Giddings
Individual Responsibility $500,000
Have your house insured
r*> Emma Simmons,
Dr. R. H. LENERT
Practice limited to
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
Office over Tristram’* Drug Store
Hours: 9 to 12 a. to; 2 to 5 p m.
healthy suffer from indl|e*tion, or
dyspepsia. When you consider that
tk* stomach and allied digestive or-
ffans are the most important organi
®« the body, it would aeem that a di»-
erdar there ia to be taken very ter-
ehfOTto oeaatlpaUoe hyeina or. uli often
*g-3—*>. h*'f? b—n eenetlpeted alt
etoMi are to road and
_**LJ**” ■>* u« uaa lattln* indlgMttoa
f» » fytipo ohronlo and under-
aaiaat your health. It ia *ood advice to
O. L. BDDIN8,
Will practice in all courts. Office
south aide public square,
Mr, Taft will not take iiuiruc
w* from Oyster Hay,” thu
eking himaelf opn« to th« eriti-
sm that wisdom has dep*rte<
! Lumber and Buggy Dealer*, Brei
Money Saved by Sending
Your Clothes to
Gentlemen’s Suits pressed 50c
Suits cleaned and pressed ... .........65c
Suite washed and pressed $1.00
Ladie* plain akirts pressed 50c
Skirts with trimming pressed 75c
HsU cleaned and blocked. I am also
it or buy * goo I
W0. Must be
ttt thia ofire. 4«
J. J. Mar*k,
Do You Take Pride in Havi
a Trim, Well-dressed Foot?
HOSPITAL IN OONN OTION.
Office at Matchett’s I. very and
Office phone, 174-ffit Beeiderp,. 66.
a fall stock
0(rilig w the gn,t dmiusd let Ukm guudt which h.*« Uvt-d«t our MMcf-
”***» we k*v* decides through • «vtW rw)u *1 froe, u.nt, »li<* were
unislc to muss M *c»k** S.V. to vontlmw our ru»it i»li tot
W» ,till hrvc on h,tnd * t ctiomtie it of til lb* fesdi tg hremh,
VMwtogth, L-cndt, Roreit, Wwtcoh
gMPIpi Kceen, Ben llur, Lewf cod l.luc Steel. Your choice 97c.
in wpU R
wel Straws, at the old Hacker stand,
in the reef of Schltmacher’n drag store
Most young women of our acquaintance
No ddubt that’s the reason they •**
JOHN KELLY shoes. > . ' .
Every cent you Bpend fdr these shoe* »
turned in the pleasure of owning handeoo
and becoming foot toggery that, with
able care, will wear long and well.
A day school for
pENNINGTON A 80HULZ,
Office over First National Bank
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Tucker, George. Brenham Evening Press. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 17, No. 51, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 30, 1910, newspaper, June 30, 1910; Brenham, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth520108/m1/2/: accessed March 22, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Library Consortium.