Brenham Evening Press. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 16, No. 168, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 9, 1909 Page: 4 of 4
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Goods, Fancy Goods, Notions, Mis-
l Stationery, Novelties, Bric-a-Brac,
I and in fact every kind of Merchan-
dise except strictly staple stuff.
Don’t imagine for one moment that
I am going out of business. Oh No!
What I am going to do is to cut loose
and get away from the Holiday
A*. . J. 1* 1 LiL!____lL _
the stones and the bolting chest,
it Is sacked or baled for ship-
ment. It is then worth twelve
to thirteen dollars a ton.
The flour has a number of us-
es, one of which is the making
of dynamite. It is the absorb-
ent for nitroglycerine, which is
the explosive ingredient. Wood
flour dynamite is 'inferior to
that made with infusorial with
as the absorbent; but it serves
many purposes and is cheaper
Hut dynamite is one of the small-
est protective uses for the pro-
duct. Linoleum makers mix it
with linseed oil and give body to
their floor coverings. It is not
considered quite equal to ground
cork for this purpose, as t iis less
clastic; but it is cheaper and
meets the requirements for med-
The flour fills an important
place in the manufacture of xyo-
lite, a kind of artificul flooring,
resembling wood in weight, and
stone in other respects. It is
used for kitchen floors, and in
halls, corridors .cafes, restaur-
ants, arid public rooms. It. is im-
citizens to attend their perform-
ance and render a verdict wjhicb
they will appreciate just as.much
as a verdict rendered by an au-
dience in any of the greater cities
of the country.
Mares, Mules and Horses.
I have just unloaded A car of j
choice mares, mules and horaee .
that will be sold to the public at :
reasonable prices, call and see i
them at Dr. Bitty* Burnes stable.
12-8 lw. W. eVUPSCOMB.
Fruit cake with ten different i t
gredients at 40 ets per pound.
Of The Press is the best
equipped in this section of
the state and employs a
etfrpe of expert printers,
which enables it to turn
hut first-class work on short
Kindness 8. W. T. Co.
Tonight fair, not so cold, frost
in sugar and trucking region. Fri-
day increasing cloudiness and
wanner, moderate easterly to
Thursday was fair but still
Uoods line, and no such thing as the
cost of the goods will stand between
you and their purchase.
THEY ARE YOURS
Have you heard the 131 inn Baud
Well do not miss the concert Fri
day night. Admission I5ets.
500 pounds of fruit cal^at 40*
cents per pound, the very bes’V v
Prayer meeting at the Chris-
tian church tonight at the nsuai
There was a big frost Thurs-
Cooking stoves, airtight heat-
ers, coal stoves, base burner*, are
going at and below cost, all are
marked in plain figures, call and
ALMOST FOR THE ASKING
Now is the time to start
Library! Fiction, Classics, History,
Boys and Girls Books, all are in-
cluded in this sale. Prices will pos-
tively pruned prodigiously! No res-
ervation. Everything in the way of
Christmas Goods will be sacrificed.
inspect before buying.
Reichardt k SeelHorst.
Remember it is cheaper to buy
your fruit cake than to bake it,
as all ingredients are high.
There was a good crowd in the
There will be piano, organ, cor-
net, vocal, orchestra and band UHing Pu‘1K.h'>s KarpeXwX> (a
selections at the conert tomor- dry sweeping powder) with each
row night. Admission l&ots. j sweeping. It is a money and la-
Brenham Wholesale Gro. Co.
i Pro.tccfl Yourself i
with a $1000 accident pol
by doing you* trading at
| receiving $1000 ihthe event of your ruddel
| and have you provided for this emergency?
ally fireproof. It is floor mater-
ial in some of the German war
vessels. It is so used because it
is not liable to take fire or to
splinter if struck by shells.
Many additional uses for worn!
A splendid time to do Christ-
mas shopping is before the real
holiday rush is on. At this time
dearly all of the stores have' re-
duced the prices on a majority of
their goods, hence it would seem
the part of wisdom to begin now
making out that Xmas list.
The Christmas trade has fair-
ly set in.
flour will probably
The amount of sawdust to be had
in this country is practically un-
limited, and millions will wel-
come any plan that will lessen
the waste at the sawdust dump.
Norway exports thousands of
tons of this sawdust flour yearly;
and the United States takes some
of it. Germany iR a large manu-
facturer also, and has been for
years. England is an extensive
ioyer and much goes to France.
Get a new model “ Perfectk
Nut Cracker.” For Sale by
8 2t. HOLLE & SEELHORST.
Good to E*f
Marriage license were
--- here Thursday for Albert Pol-
lt is sometimes easier to throw lard and Dora Arnold. They live
off a hand of flesh, than the1 near Moody.
clasp of n soul. __,_____
•I* 4* 4* Do your Christmas shopping
are arriving daily
which insures our
ing perfectly fresh
articles. We han-
dle only the best
and most reliable
brands of every
kind of food pro-
ducts and I e 11
them at reason-
able prices. A
trial will convince
FOR SALE—My homestead, four
- rooms, hull ,and two galleries.
Situated at 807 Seelhorst Street
near cotton mill. For particular
write to Mrs. Ella Schulze, 2008
Rusk Avo., Houston, Tex.
People in the city should en-
deavor to get through with their
Christmas shopping early so that
the mrchants would have
The Blinn Band will play that
popular medley Lonesome tomor-
row night. Do not miss it. Blinn
auditorium 8 p’clock.
Friendship is the choicest flow-
er which a man finds in the path
of his earthly pilgriinmage. It
was friendship which first distin-
guished woman from PagOn wo -
men and which will ever consti-
tute her most peerless charm.
4* 4* 4*
New line of Diamonds, Jew'
elry, ; Watches
China, Cut Glass, Clocks, Um-
brellas, Optical Goods, Novel*
Fine Watch, Clock and
Quality Goods and a Square
Deal Always Here
Your fruit c*ke ingredients will be ml!
i|you will give Ui yottf order. We offer |
• >. 4. V,/ "
S^a Rninhu, Seedtags Raisins,
Cleaned Onrranta, Citron,
end Or«ge Peel,
, Fig*, Dates, Shelled Almonds,
Shelled Walnuts, Crystal!
Brown 8uggr, Walnuts,
Brasil Nats, and Pecans,
- - Spices of all kinds. ^
time with their country customer
as the hollidays approach.
| Very Serious
B. P. 0. E. No. 979
Mcots every Thursday night.
It ia • vary serious matter to uk
** ana madiclna and have tha
wrong (M given yen. For this
Mason wo urge yon In buying
to bo eanftd to got the genuine—
Hermann Y. Neu
a|a a|a a|a
Do you who think much, ever AMSLER*
think of t.he almost indeaent haste MUCKER, E. R.
with which punishments hurry in - ®eo* 1
the wake of joys. ai „ “
.j. .j. .j, 1 w'° thousand acres of land on
The woman who hesitates has ^le we®t R'(U °f tlie Santa Fe
an impediment in her speech. j *,fts keen biased with a view of
4* 4* + i boring for oil. We suppose how-
No man is fitted to live with ever, this wil be contingent upon
the angels .until he has learned the success of the Ycgua-Dixon
to live agreeably with his wife. field.
HB STORE AHEAD
Don’t Seem Possible
There ^ ^ Twenty-One ShoPP‘nO Days Until Christmas
■ Ju.t think how much you hove to crowd into the,. 22 .hort d.yi In.--- -jl . .
I »Urt your CKrutnu. popping e.rlT. Think of the .dvonUlw-ou, ,tock u “ , " ** 'h*1 *«“
Pin. white rtamMd. better •>«•* to T»»n« for n town of thU MMi we hovo plenty of time now to ihow too N
*- ■” ® ntokototoeftaw too have plenty of Ihoo now to do all engraving to lh. be.t pwtole manner P
And ope find to hevo you coll whether yon intend taping op not If.
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Tucker, George. Brenham Evening Press. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 16, No. 168, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 9, 1909, newspaper, December 9, 1909; Brenham, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth520802/m1/4/?q=MISSOURI%20CITY: accessed February 18, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Library Consortium.