Brenham Evening Press. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 17, No. 175, Ed. 1 Tuesday, November 8, 1910 Page: 1 of 4
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'f• ‘s &
ADVANCE IN THE
DAMAGED CITY COUNCIL
«AD ACCIDENTAL QUOIN
MvUHhIm How To Ra- I Lou Will Probably *100.
Wood To DMttad Of I ^ Hark. Fire Department
Natural Condition*. I Wu Prompt
It hu evidently taken the in-1 . jfobday evening about seven
formation that there waa really | o'clock, fire wea dineovered in
heavy damage done by froat to the home of Air. T. A. Low Sr.,
the cotton c$op some day# agojof Btenham, «t 612 a West street
quite a while toiperoolate througall An alarm waa immediately sent
the brains of the big cotton ape-Tin and the fire department re-
culaum Tlict cotton belt had a spudded quickly. Th,. fire ap-
very heavy frost ton daya ago I pears to have originated on the
and tlie weather bureaus ehrouiol I second floor of llie home, ami it
\ but I must have been smouldering for
* If ao don’t fail to call on u«, we are rinht there with *
* the goods and can deliver them at abort notice.
See our line of Dress Goode, Suitings, Waitings, ♦
4, Silka, Trimmings, etc., in all the popular shades. J
* A lieautilui line of Novelties, Belts, Combe, Purses. *
X Special Attention ♦
+ We also sell something good to eat as well as to wear *
+ Yov will find our Grocery Department well stocked with f
+ ,liKh grade eatables at reasonable prioee. Try our Spot- 4,
+ leas Ftour, It will ploaao you. A cup 0t good coffee, get 4*
Chase A Tan born’*, we have it. +
Ueraember we are doing business at tho old stand. +
* Kiudly give ua a call or phone 15. w
Goods delivered promptly to all puts of the olty. *
ed the fact far and wide,
it is only now that the market is I some time before it broke into
responding to th,, belated news! blase. It bad worked its
which declares the advance of the] up between tlie walls of the
past two or three days is duejtwv by the time it wsa
of the fact that there will be but I was done by the fire itself,
little top crop this year. I damage from water will ai
The bureau report will be i«su-[to< about 4100.00 it is tin
ed Wednesday and it is feared J Holes had to be cut throng
“that it will show bullish ten-
dencies. This fact is said to
be ope of tlie factors which has
contributed to the advance.
Good Middling 14 3-8
Strict Middling 14 1-4
Middling 14 1-8
Cotton Seed 420 per ton.
Cotton Seed Hulls *8 per ton. j
Sweet potatoes $1.25 peer bu. I
New I. Potatoes 85 et*. per. bu. J
Poultry and Eggs.
Chickens Fryers 20 to 30o,
Hens, $3.50 do*.
Turkeys 5e. per. lb.
Butter 20 to 25c. per lb. f
Eggs 20c. per do*.
Butter Fat 30e.R>
Fischer Bros, will pay cash for I
th* following t
Fat steers, 2^ and,3c. per lb, |j
Fat cows, 2 and 2%c. per lb, I
Hogs 7 c, lb.
Green Hides 6c.
C wvfceU Hurt Scfcuincr A Mar*
ly to a comprehensive study J noticed. But little actual damoge Booker, "were received and refer-
1 red to the finance committee.
The petition of merchants and
business men asking that, an
ordinance be passed that would
prohibit, the shipment o* car load
of apples in here to he retailed
to the trade from tho earn on
die railroad track, was present-
ed and discussed at length, ami
a committee composed. of the City
Attorney, Alderman Geo, Tucker,
and Mr. A Wangetnamt, waa ap-
pointed to confer with attorneys
and get up an ordinance that
would cover the ease, to be paws
ed at the next, meeting of the,
On motion Pound-Keeper J, H»
Burch was allowed $2 per month
to pay for ’phone.
On motion the action of the
committee empowered to pure has®
fir,, equipment waa approved in
tlie purchase of an automobile
In shooting a rifle, or i!; buying clothes, the only way to be sure of hitting the
mark is to aim at it. Ii all depends on what you aim at in clothes. If you
want best all-wool fabri :s, correct style, and fit, and complete satisfaction in
every way, then be sure of
Hart Schaffner Marx
in the clothes; and that’s merely a way of saying, “Come to us and buy
New styles, new weaves, new colorings and patterns; special things
Suits $20 to $27.50
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Just received a car load of the cele-
brated Star Leader cook stoves, also a
FULL LINE OF HEATERS
CapuUlne for that Headace.
Out last nlghtt licadache and nee
vcua this morningT Hick's Capudlne
Just tho thing to fit you tor ’bualn-
•as Clanra the head—bracea tbe
nerrea. Try it At Drug Stores.
The tuxes of Louis Levin h
blind man. were remittal.
The following account* were or-
dered paid when properly wp-
Texas Coil Co,, lignite, $64.35;
II. E. Booker, freight, $32.34;
Burney Parker, dray age, etc.,
$70.35; Hartwell Iron Works,
sundries, $2,05; Breiihnm C. O.
& M’ty Co., lights $146.25; L.
Landgrnf, staionnry 65e. Win,
Hulls and meat will be sold for
i iu.ii only
Bronhatn Com. Oil M’f’g Co.
Kcish uarpival at tlie driving
p«rk last evening ( and from in*
dications the shows are growing
An Express reporter was show!
through . the various attraction
laat. evening by I. L, lV*ys< r, the
agent of the shows. Among the
high class feature* with thin ag-
the fastest-growing magasinelgreggtjon are the Human Butter-
in America. Earn $1.50 to $5.00 Hy. or Flying Lady, Mud a me
a day. Write immediately for Heh,|| and h«‘"pt lion*, the
Salary Plan and !• KEK out-IBohemia 11 glass blower* and tie"
tit. Adklress VON, Males I deep sea (livers.
Mgr., Hampton’s Magazine, 851 _____________
West. 35th St.. New York. 1-m. I . , ,, .
1 UulLs and meal MiwUy ca*h
^renbam Com Oil .M’f’g Co.
To the Public
The Oil Mill ofifee will bo kept
open until dark in the afternoon
for the purpose of weighing seed
and selling hulls. t-f.
A complete stock of Peters
High Gun, Premier and
Referee Shells Special
prices in case lots.
Holle (Q, Seelhorst
The beat thing to start is a life-
insurance policy: If you have
only a small amount, start some
more; The best time Now. The
h st company—The Southwestern
Life Insurance Co., of Dallas,
TeXiw, the oldest and strongest
in the .State:
The agent—Fred L. Amsler,
W. B. REIOHARDT, HARDWARE AND FUR. OQ.
.Mr. Henry Somerville, of
Houston is here on a visit to
her*purent«, Mr. and Mrs. W. 11.
JUST WHAT KIDS LIKE.
Just Arrived 2GCars of
Baltimore Canned Vegetables
For sale by All Grocers.V Once tried
Brenham Wholesale Grocery Co.
____ older kids, too. They are rot averse to
BMW it. 1 he larger the dishful of our delic
jous ic0 Cream the better it pleases the
. .jO eater. There is a cool, refreshing taste
0s0ry and a fine flavor to it that tickles the
5* / appetite of old and young. We make
M A J it in att the popular flavors, perfectly
pore and produced by the cleanest ami
most carefui process known. Every-
thing in our Ice Cream we guarautee to
be perfectly pure. Try a dish of it or
■fos take home some.
PVE sold some alarm
J. clocks in my life but
I’ve never seen any-
thing quite so well
built, quite so well finished
and quite so good looking
as Big Ben.
He is absolutely the fin-
est sleepmeter made, the
first one I’ve felt like dis-
playing in my window
alongside of cut glass and
Mia* Ruby BenthalJ, who ha* ^ KItUG.
been here on a visit to tlie Misaes Secretary.
C*.thriner, has returned to her _______
bom - at, Glen Flora. < ROYS I GIRLS I FREE—Columbi
Bicycle* for a little easy spare-
timn work for Hampton* Mags
zinc. Send postal for wonderful
FREE Bicycle Offer. Address
“Bicycle Club,” Room 538. 66
Wont 35th Kt., New York.* 1-m
I Mr. J. II. Maxwell, of Han An- * ——--——
tonio, is among the buainea* viai- We reapeetfully . all the atten
tors in Brenham. II« will spent tion of our numerous reader* to
a few days in the city. Mr. F. Peterson’s advertise
------— ment, "which apjicars on onr
Mr. Max Mueller, who has fourth page. Mr. Peterson is one
boen-e <working in Houston for 0f our well known contracting
sonic time, ha* returned to hi* paintem. lie does the heat work
homo in Brenham. that money and skill can produce
BUG MONEY—We want an agent
.in every town; salary and Com-
mission; reference.* required;]
for full (particulars, address
subscription Dept., National
.Sportsman, Inc., 75 Federal 8t„
If you decide to accept this
offer, please send us tho attach-1
ed blank, and we will enter your I
order at once. 1-m I
Very truly yours.
National Sportsman Ihe. I
Mr. and Mrs. Win. Hu ter and
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Watnon left
for Han Antonio to attend tho
Those Who Delight in Table
will And our line of these delectable goods
most complete and satlsfactsry. In olives
a id olive oil the best imported is at your
service. In pickles a careful selection of
the v< ry finest. In catsups and sauces
every known condiment that can give an
Mrs. Emma Wh
Mr. T, A. Mercer, of Chappell
Hill upent Tuesday in the city.
W« have on display now, a perfectl;
stock of comforts, blanket*, mgs 01
and art spuares from $7.60 to 122.50.
worth your whils to ooma and et
goods. A naw supply of tailored ss
a Ided relish to tho best of meals. In
c inned meats every delicacy that the cul-
i vary art can supply, as with canned fish.
In fruits and vegetables the most languid
appetite can be tempted. For all pleaaure
that a generous table enn offer our stock
affords a sumptuous supply.
WTTTBECKER A HOTINQ.
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* P' Libby McNeil & +
* ' line line of +
* Efe||j^mT^W/gg|8| Highest Gradd-Fresh +
4. UmMIIIMISSSN Packed
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Tucker, George. Brenham Evening Press. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 17, No. 175, Ed. 1 Tuesday, November 8, 1910, newspaper, November 8, 1910; Brenham, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth520957/m1/1/: accessed April 2, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Library Consortium.