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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Examiner — 24 November 1900

Examiner. Vol No 45. Navasota, Texas, Saturday, November 24, 1900. Price Five Ct . 4 4 4 4 4 4 i 4 4 4 4 BIG ..BARGAINS.. ♦♦♦< In Ladies and ^Children dack-| lets. 4 4 i / 1 1 & s/wwv * * I 71 a $ Children shoes£ i Boys^Youths| See us before buy- * I ing anything in the! above line I Yours Respectfully, H R. B.TF-MPLEMflN 3 SON J ilir'?*" ?r 7T'?r ^-{7* rvnrTir^r! A BRIDAL PARTY. Men and Horses iiayly Decked with Bugles In Their Hands. Brenham Press: One of tbe gayest bridal parties ever seen in Brenham perhaps, paraded these streets this morn- ing, and repaired to the Catholic church where Father Predal per- formed the ceremony' that made Mr. Nickodom Wesolek and Miss Eizcieta Autkoak one in life and one in purpose. There were a dozen horsemen in the procession and every one gayly bedecked in bright colored ribbons, fancy rosettes, broad red sushes and immense waving plumes in their hats. A carriage containing the bride and groom followed the horsemen, This was also very ela...

Publication Title: Daily Examiner, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Examiner — 24 November 1900

The Daily Examiner. Pub ished every evening except Sur my M. L. O. ANDREWS PUBLIS1 it*. Bntered at the Navasota posl oifict as second-class mail matte, r. Delivered by car fier8 to au y part o city. Subscript) on price: Per week 10 cents. Per month 40 cents Office of p- abdication in the Ackermai. & Gudger 1 ,iock, up stairs. RAILROAD TIME TABLE". IkfTlval and departure of trains from le union depot: H. & T. C. north bound. >. 1 day 11:35 a- m. j. 3 night— - - 12 55 a-m- 0. 15 night - 5=sS a-m- SOUTH BOUN1P. ■Jo. a day 4:5° P- m- 4 night 4:01 "• • sfo. 16 night 10:40 P- ni. SANTA FE. _ j Somerville i°:46 a. m. |To Cleveland 5-34 P- m' Telephone No. 84. PLANTERSVILLE NOTES. ' Plfintersville, Texas, \ November 24, 1900. J Heavy rain last night. John Stoneham, who got his left hand badly cut in a gin early in the week, is improving right along. Judge Huffman held his firstl court yesterday, presiding with much dignity, cleaning up the old docket and contiuuing several cases....

Publication Title: Daily Examiner, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Examiner — 24 November 1900

—J - on This Ad Keep Your Eye Lunch Boxes ioc Scratch Tablets, icto ioc Ladies and Children Hose, 5c to 20c Ladies and Misses' Corsets, 25c to....35c Good Face Powder, 5c to 15c Two oz Machine Oil jc Two Bars Laundry Soap 5c Toilet Soap, 3c to jc Ladies' well-made Bonnets 50c 3-string Brooms 20c Buggie Whips, ioc to 40c Enameled oat meal cookers ] 38c Lamp burners, 5 to 8c Lamp wicks, 10 for jc 4-qt enameled milk pan 15c IX retined dipper 5c Towels from ioc pr to.... 25c Lamps, 15c to 55c Stove shovels 5c Fire shoveis ioc Our Tinware Is Dirt Cheap; our Crockeryware is Cheaper than Dirt Inspect our Buying. Perfumery before A. E. NATION. RACKET STORE. * Oaseo - Chemic Instituted /I =========^=: I* X IS* G. C. =1 £ /I ■ —— We guarantee to absolute ™ G. C. % TREATMENT ^ CURES By Inhalation and Baths, «j A Combination-of Gases, j i K K K $ ¥ W. N.NORWOOD, JR., W. M. BOWEN, M. D.,1/ Manager. ** Medical Director. P if 7K\ 79\ 7|\ 7T7r:/ir* 71T 7f\V We guarantee to absolute ly cure any case...

Publication Title: Daily Examiner, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Examiner — 24 November 1900

_ I J" FACTS FROM FORElfly LANDS. Many Chinese uitt their'hollow idols as savings banks. During 1899 Spain bought 67 vessels in England New Zealand is practically freo from the plague of trarmps. Many Chinese temples have win- dows mad* from nvother of pearl, foupd in oyster s!he)J 8. The material is transparent and. looks like opal glass. London has seen the biggest dog show of th« oenturfy at the Alexandra palace. It was held by the Ladies' Kennel association, with 6,000 entries and $50,000 worth, of prizes. A plan is on foo,t to show in various German cities, beginning with Berlin, the German exhfibit at the Paris expo- sition.. This will give those a chance * section, of the exposition who could not go to Huris. Of 73 Swiss glaciers observed last year, only ten showed any ad- vance, while 63 "were retreating. Only one glacier of all that have been noted has shown a steady and continuous . in plain plug of a man is the luiest man in the world after al His punts may bug at the k}s...

Publication Title: Daily Examiner, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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