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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Press — 30 April 1913

rcufutm VOLUME 19. «£ I at k A- i BRENHAM, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 30, 1913 NO. 52 3 o Spring Showing Of Wen's And Boy's Straw Hats This store is supremely ready with new and complete stocks of straw hats for men and boys.' The variety of popular and stylish straw included in this assortment while the completeness of the new shapes and styles are so extensive as to assure you satisfaction if you come to this live store for your new straw hat. We desire particularly to call your attention to the new Yacht in splits and Sennits for both men and boys—we know you'll be pleased with them. The prices too, are very reasonable considering quality and style. For Men—$2, $3 and $4 For Boys—SI and $1.50 ;oi! Leonard Cleanable One-Piece Porcelain-Lined Refrigerator Pro-ides you with a refrig- erator that is as easy to clean as a porcelain bath tub or white china dish, be- cause the provision cham- ber i genuine snow white porcelain fined under tre- mendous heat unto one piece, rounded c...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Press — 30 April 1913

BRENHAM WEEKLY PRESS Wit*. CO TO C ilAPPELL HILL . . 4- « .. " ' ' - ' ■' AND OPEN A LUMBER YARD AT THAT PLACE MR. H. A. WOOD, OFJIRENHAM isj}& '1; ■ WtH Start Business In Neighboring City During First Part 1 Of May Brenham will lose one of her moat desirable citizens in a few weeks when Mr. Henry A. Wood, who has been a member of the firm o# P. W. Wood Sc Sons lumber dealers, for the past few years will fpsive for Chappell Hill, where he will ftiqkollls future home and engage in the lumber business there. Work on the building which will house Mr. Wood's lumber b'ji'ding Is Under erection at present, by Contiac. tor J. P. Heartfield and will be i completed during the earlier part of May, immediately after wnich Mr. Henry Wood will begin business in Chappell Hill. His twain ess will ce located near the Routt warehouse in Che ''new town" of Chappell Hill. Owing to the n-°>t amount of building that haa been poin": on in this thriving lulls town i'or the post few years, Mr. Wood ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Press — 30 April 1913

BRENHAM WEEKLY PRESS ARE YOU IN NEED of automobile sundries. If so you are invited to call. The only kind you will find in this shop is the best the market afford. No better plate to buy than at Sayle's standard store for auto outfittin. R THi riNG Repidl; ance at m Fire ruesdajr of tht sion of !nd an. 1Kb. devel. >tf was est and rder at Her in e min. •egu'ar i sf that Mois. flights se re- bate of roads SALES AUTOtJO. U.S. OWNS CANAL B DECLARES OLNEY Favorite Saloon Main Street Fresh Beer Always on Tap. Pines Wines and Oigars in the City. Cr i ______ Joe Marek, Prop. F. A. WINDHAUSEN and Deliveries made to Any part of the City The Elite A COMPLETE SANITARY MRKK SI0P C E. STOKES, Prop. Public Stenographer And General Collector For The Public Small commission, prompt work Harrison Hyman Phone 103 or 368 DIXIE SALOON Finest assortment of Mixed Drinks in the city Try our Famous Ramos Fizz and Other Fine Drinks Mor. ancv>. ma tie t dur tands hod t 3 the iring I.iwb: •s of age ejks ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Press — 30 April 1913

IjT The Brenham Weekly Press published by GEO. TUCKER WM. J. TUCKER . - . . Oee mt $5.00 Om Month .50 Om Week 15 The WmUjt Pick, om you 1.00 Watered as second class matter at the Post Office brenham, Texas, under act of Congress. Tim Press is not responsible for signed communi- cations, and wnen of a personal nature tney must al- ways be paid tor. TO SUBSCRIBERS Any subscriber who fails to receive this paper promptly and regularly will confer a favor upon ttie management oy oouxying Him at once of any such shortcoming. • a • • • ••••••• \ \ ■4Sr • ADVERTISING SATES ■ • • • ■ The Pnu has the largest guaranteed cir- e (ru*|« of any country paper in South Texas • yn) my of its advertising contract* were ■ wade on the basis of the Press circulation ■ sthea it was a four page afternoon paper. ■ (me of these contracts have been carried en S It a loss since the big 12,250 circulation con* ■ Mat, more than doubled our circulation. Beginning with the new year, and with the V Msarancs that we...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Press — 30 April 1913

RRKVHAM WEEKLY PRESS tli EVERY SUIT We build represents The Highest Achievement In Merchant Tailoring and is Protected by a Gold Bond Guarantee of Satisfaction. We invite your criticisms. Also carry line Gents' Furnishing Goods, and Felt and Straw Hats G. N. Hyman MRS. EMMA. W. LINN THE SPECIALTY STORE Beginning today, April 23, and lasting thru the week, I shall be thowing a new and complete line of Chiffon Evening Dresses, Voile, Charmeuse, Lingerie and Ratine. A full stock of Women's Skirts, all sizes, made of Novelty Cloth, Linen. Bedford Cold, Diag nal ► and Serge. You will be interested in my display of Waists and Messaline Petticoats. New Tailored Suits and Hats arriving daily. Everyone invited. Next to Press Office - Phone 4-7-4 fflt. F. FISCHR MED SATURDAY Rehburg lost one of It", prominent citizens Saturday afternoon when Mr. Fritz Fischer died afte;1 an ill- ness of 3hort duration with pneuirion. ia. At the time of his demise Mr. Fis_ cher was forty .five years of ag_>...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Press — 30 April 1913

BRENHAM WEEKLY PRESS Your Eyes Change Many persons take it for granted that once the eyes are in good condition they will remain so indefinitely. But when you donsider the delicacy and the amount of work thny have to do, you realize the need of continua1'/ (poking out for eye-strain and having iti cause ascerlained by a care.u examination. A Modern Office Equipment At Your Jervice. EDW. T. JENISON j Office Next to Western Union NAVASOTA MOTC ; AR Will sell you f.o.b. Detriot, HUDSOv ur'ng or Torpedo Car, for #1875. HUDSON 54, six cylinder for $24^0. And will keep these cars in first-class condition two years if you fol- low instructions given you with cars. These cars are electric lighted and electric starters— the famous Delco system. Gasoline Engines AM Sizes Rolf & Miller Machine Shops BRENHAM, TEXAS Puller A Johnson Para Pumping Engine and Pump—Capaeitv one barrel per minute #85. Pour, six, eight, ten and twelve horse power gasoline engines, guar- antee backei by two of the ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Press — 30 April 1913

1 rf BRENHAM WFFKT.T PRFSH J4 1 0 (I tf $ c e3 aUB ELECTS NEW OFFICERS WAR TALK OVERII FEW CITIES GET ALIEN LAND LAW SUCH FAVORS The board of directors of the Bren. ham Rod & Gun Club, composed of Messrs. W. W. Searcy; J. M. Mu_ this; O. E. Baumgart; L. F. Am. mons; E. P Anderson; J. C. Fischer H. C. Wittbecker; Burney Porker and Fred L. Amsler^ which w ero rOpI centlv elected, inet Monday after.'' noon for the purpose of electing of. ficers for the ensuing year. The meeting was held at tfep riTi-S. of Messrs. Mathis & Teague, and re suited in the selection of .the follow. ^ig officers: 1 i j W. W. Searcy, president. John M. Mathis, Vice_president. Fred L. Amsler^ Secretary. Otto E. Baumgart, Treasurer. The newly elected Board of Direc. tors decided to buy some sheep and pasture them in the beautiful grove around the lake to keep down the un. derbrush and rank vegetation They also contemplate reestab. lishing the natatorium that used to a,ien land IeK'slati°n was endeavor, b...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Press — 30 April 1913

n rr*fcs$MMl s tasatss carls a m. ■ Inr Virsl VatftMi Muk, YWSjtM. WOOD CHEAPER All Wood delivered fr m the cat will 1m sold at 94.00 per cord until August 1 Am Rlppetoe Transfer line a_ ^1 trains day and night. sasM&rs*«B£ifc prMor transfer line. Phone 846. Dr. R. H. LENERT Praetioe limited to |W Ear, Note and Throat OOm orer Tristram's Drag Store goara: 9 to 12 a. m; 2 to B p. m. : dr'j dentisT Ofioe over Wittbecker'a Btore o. l. eddins, ATTORhBY-ATLAW. mil praetioe in all oourta. Office ■oatb side pot lie square. Henry Grote Dealer In Wood and Ico Brenham, Texas Dr. C. R. Eversberg Dentist Oyer Giddings & Giddings Bank \ Brenham. Tex. Dr. T. F. (Box v Dentist gOrer Washington Co. State Banks BRENHAM, TEXAS Rudle Barber Shop flood Work—Electric Mas- gge. Come and give me a WILL RANDLB (to. Louise Teague Modeste Designs, Plana and receives orders for dressmaking on Mondays from 9 a. rrt. to © p. m- F.C. PETERSON Contractor Painter and Paper Banger Bresbam, Tex. Parker Dairy...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Press — 30 April 1913

BRGNHAM WEEKLY PRESS <[ <r « * MORE WOKE ON MAIFEST NOVEL PLAN OF ADVERTISING CELEBRATION COMMITTEES AT WORK i Many Coming From A. & M. And Baylor—All Arrangements > Being Completed Mr. Chas. A. DeWare is pursuing a novel plan in advertising the Mai. fest. Mr. DeWare is the manager of the Brenham Steam Lajinl *y • Tl.is laundry sends out Ixmd.t'ds of park, ages weekly to tlie towns surround, ing Brenham, Somerville, Seuly, G'd. dings; Caldwell; Carmine; Fui^e Wa ler; Richmond; Bellivlle; etc., and in each fo these packages there is inser ted a circular of descriptive adver. tising goes right into the home 3 cf those who are liable to be interested in the Maifest. It would be '.veil if other rflerchants sending/out packa- ges would adopt this plan. The chief of the Fire Department would he glad to supply the necessary advoi. tising literature. Other methods are being taken to advertise the Maifest and "?f every person in a radius of one hundred miles of Brenham does net ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Press — 30 April 1913

BRENHAM WEEKLY PRESS CXMOTRIGHT^ SHINGLES Rcx>fs Put on 26 Years Ago are as good as new, and have never needed repairs—never need attention of any kind, ex- cept an occasional coat of paint. ,///////,si II I . t\ II : | y iJcii L.J.* .. ■ — '?(■ 1 "I "' "111 k-& v 11 KOhi ROOFING Fire-proof Lightning-proof Don't buy that roof for the new building, or re-roof the old, [5 v"* l you have examined the Cortright Metal Shingles, 1 AD. SEELHORST Brenham, - - Texas GOOD CROWD AT I SiCAT TOURNEY _ HELD AT GERMANIA CLIP SUN | DAY PRIZES WERE AWARDED Mr. T A Low won The First Prize Mr Wm Schwenker Second Mr. J H Meyer Third m Palace • Sweets Unlet* you've tried our Soda, we know you have missed a treat that it is hard to describe. Better •top at our fountain to* day! Delicious, all flavors Ptero and r* freshing Alamo Avenue BRENHAM, • TEXAS . JUST WHAT KIDS LIKE Older kids too. Tney are not averse to it The larger dish- ful of oar delicioa • Ice Cream the better it pleases the eater. Th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Press — 7 May 1913

. >< VOLUME 19. BRENHAM, TEXAS, WEDNE3DAY MORNING, MAY 7, 1913 NO. 371 (in ■i WE LOOK AFTER THE BOYS— Men Can Look After Themselves This is a first-class store fur children's things. We know it is a weakness of mjst stores to slight the little tots. Our staunchest friends, however, are amang nnthers who love to buy good things for the little ones and buy them right. V For Instance: "The Mother's Friend" is a boys shirt waist suit of the sturdy and reliable but dressy quality, whose smart style makes "Mother's Friend" boys' noticeably the best dressed in every community. MOTHER'S FRIEND WASH SUITS FOR BOYS :1 TO 4 o %} v.-./ 0 Leonard Cleanabie One-Piece Porcelain-Lined Refrigerator Pro ides you with a refrig- erator that is as easy to clean as a pr>ce!ain bath tub or white china ai«h, be- cause the provision cham- ber i- genuine snow white porteluin fu ed under tre- mendous heat uuiu une ■li jce, rounded corner, seam- less steel. There is not a •;rack, crevice nor rough •■p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Press — 7 May 1913

aatffc •:" %i, iv 'f^F; BRENHAM WEEKLY PRESS twlmtonftl & business cards ! K K I K U O N, Lawyer. ,«*«.*► tt«w First Kif ^ J ak, IMXtlM. IKU4. WOOD CHEAPER All Wood delivered fr m the car will be sold at $4 00 per cord until August 1 Aaa Rippetoe S"K Transfer Line B<* inoetK all trains day and night. Public pat P. ggins, pro C-. U answered promptly. Public pat ' * ft. F. P. gg'ni P'lone 846. r.'.i*|re *ol-eked, A ♦,mn«if r lint. BUCH/f AN & STCNE Attor neys-a tLaw Office inGraber Building, West Rid* Rr,uar«, Brenham Dr. R. H. LENERT Practice limited to Eye, Ear, Note and Throat Office over Tristram's Drag Store Roan: 9 to 12 a. m; 2 to 6 p. m. Dr. J.A. Luedemann DENTIST Office over Wittbecker's Store O. L. BDDINS, ATTORN BY-ATLA W. Will practice In all courts. Offic south side pal 11c square. Henry Lute Deal r In Wood bind Ire Brenham, 1'tA-s Dr. C. R. Eversberg Dentist uver oi uiddiuKS Bank Brenham, Tp*. Dr. T. F. Cox / Dentist iOvar Washington Co. State Bank HRRNHAMk TE...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Press — 7 May 1913

BBENIAM DAILTWHBS * *•*'*> >Ui y 7 ct 0 The Brenham Weekly Press PUBLISHED BY GEO. TUCKER WM. J. TUCKER Editot One ear - $5.00 Oh Month 50 Om Week 15 7ke Weekly PreM, ooe year 1.00 Entered as second class matter at the Post Office Brenham, Texa«, under act of Congress. The Press is not responsible for signed communi- antioBS, and wtiea of a personal nature they must al- ways be paid lor. •TO SUBSCRIBERS Any subscriber who fails to receive this paper promptly and regularly will confer a favor upon the management by notifying him at once of any such abort coming. * ADVERTISING RATES * * * • * The Press has the largest guarantee dr. * * culation of any country paper in South Texas * * and many of its advertising contracts were * * made on the basis of the Press circulation * * when it was a four page afternoon paper. * * Some of these contracts have been carried on * * at a loss since the big $2,250 circulation con_ * * test that more than doubled our circulation. * * The present...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Press — 7 May 1913

ir •WF1. The Sayles Auto Co. Will Imw an established headquarter* at the Fireman's Park during the Maifest, where you can rest, phone your frienes or phone for Auto to take you anywhere in the bity. >HQW| : a-8.6, 2 WINGS SAYLES AUTO CO. BRENHAM, TEXAS Favorite Saloon Main Street Freab Beer Always on Tap. Fines Winea and Cigars in the City. JoeiMarek, Prop. ——■ P. A. WINDHAUSEN \ and Deliveries made to Any part of the City The Elite A COMPLETE SANITARY BARBER SHOP C. E. STOKES, Prop. Small commission, prompt work Harrison Hyman Phone 103 or 368 DIXIE SALOON Finest assortment of Mixed Drinks in the city Try our Famous Ramos Fizz and Other Fine Drinks J. S. WILLIAMS. Prop. Public Stenographer And General Collector For The Public PICNIC AT INDEPENDENCE INDEPENDENCE, Texas, May3— Yesterday the literary and S. School of this place joined forces by the wagon load, buggy load and donkey load, repaired to the historic shades of Cole's Creek for, what proved to be a day of rare pleasure a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Press — 7 May 1913

BRENHAM WEEKLY PRESS * WILL BE OUR POST UNTIL 1914 As there has been much specula, tion as to when Postmaster W. E. Dwyer would go outf and i'osr.mastcr elect or rather recommended and «e. elcted, Mr. Henry A. B Mueller, our fellow newspaper brother across the street would go in the Press addressed the inquiry to the Post Mas ter General but he has attained that eminence that precludes hu old eon. Btituents from even reaching him by letter any more^ but we have receiv- ed the following answer to th<i in. quiry: Post.offlce Department, First As. Bistant Postmaster General, Wash, ington D. C. April 29, 1)13.— Mr. George Tuckr^ Brenham, Texas. Dar Sir:— In reply to your letter of ths 2!>d addressed to the Postmaster ral, I have to inform you thai: the term of Wm. E. Dwyer, postmas- ter at Brenham^ will expire February 18, 1914. In accordance with 1ne Department's practice and in the & b sence of evidence to show that (he postmaster is not fitted for tho po. sition, it is like...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Press — 7 May 1913

,irf BRENHAM WEEKLY X v, I' What I Do Not Know About Your Business Probably Equals What You Do Not Know About Mine Years of constant application hag jjiven me a knowledge that insures scien- tific examinations, skillfully made lenses and accurately adjusted glasses. This knowledge which I have acquired and you have not I place at ycur disposal. Modern methods and equipment enable me to give a full measure of satisfaction If you have failed with others, why not give me a trial. EDW. T. JENISON Office Next to Western Union Gasoline Engines All Sizes Fuller A Johnnon harm Pumping Engine nr>* C'lup— Capaeity one borreNper minute Four, six, mgnt. ten and twelve horse power "nHnes, guar- ant«e barks 1 by two of the strongest concerns in An- - • • intr m ^our nail ordcf prices, we can beat tbero. Pump lacks, deep wen pumps, piping nod fittings. Roff & Miller Machine Shops BRENHAM,TEXAS l T Advertising PAYS IN PROPORTION TO CIRCULATION THE PRESS i K WITH A COMBINED DAILY,. WEEKLY and...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Press — 7 May 1913

f BRENHAM WEEKLY PRESS <01 J A* MOV V A- OCIETY NEWS Your hay will soon be ready to cut and we are reriiy f-> furnish you with the best mower made for cutting ihis crop. We handle only McCormick mowers. There 1.1 ro better machine made. You can get any size machin e y: -i desire—3lA, 4, 434, 5, 6, or 7-foot cut. McCorrr.icl? mowers will cut anything that's cutable. They are alwa73 i-cat'.y for work, and they are made to stand hard wear. .McCormick mowers are light in draft, and convenient and easy to operate. Don't wait until the last minute before your mower, but call and make a selecLcm. a. McCormick mower won't cost you any more now than it will later. Drop in, examine our line, and we will tell yon why it is to your interest to deal with us. Remember, we b • not here today and away tomorrow. We arc always hci - and always ready to supply your wants. Ask your neighbor— he has one. A complete line of v LUMBER and BUILDERS' MATERIAL WAGONS, BUGGIES and CARRIAGES T. A. LOW &am...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Press — 7 May 1913

* \ The Home Is The Hope Of The Nation MUENHAM WEEKLY PKE88 Did it ever occur to you that improvements increase property values? And actually save time and money in their convenience. Electricity long ago recognized as the best light is now declared the cheapest summer fuel because of its quiet action. Let us figure with you on the cost of wiring your house You will be surprised how-reall-chcap we will doit. Brenham Compress Oil & MTg Co. Progressive Business Men are .the Hope of the City /• i v m * r •nS v.. ' f A fT'V* ft \M j i :• J . 3... i!' . !•: 'M !&■ ' :Sr!' 1 h > \ i. . wealthy mati it is cons ^ ^ without it. It g" St -Vryl 7"A, t If; e*^ 0/*?««/,>, «c,c/ „ ir &ht if. AHDua J «<0"V tf. , CHAIN Vnnk account because Better than a bank acc^ ^ ^ and large sum tfTn'oor"to be without it. It gives \ The poor man is too p ^ nce> It protects your * one that sense ^ ^ Antonio*- [ l « ■ '-rf , id \ family. Liv r G S1MM2S IP1 A Repto „ >7/ .> v> O" c T...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Press — 7 May 1913

BRENHAM WEEKLY PRESS H* —— :s f EVERY SUIT We build represents The Highest Achievemen|Jn_ Merchant Tailoring and is Protected by a Gold Bond Guarantee of Satisfaction. We invite your criticisms. Also carry line Gents' Furnishing Goods, and Felt and Straw Hats G. N. flyman MRS. EMMA W. UNN THE SPECK,•(!•>; Received today, a new and complete stock of Women's and Children's Dresses. Call and select your Maifest Dress before the choicest are gone. Next to Press Office Phone 4-7-4 automobile: repairs We are ready to repair ar y il.bt 11 1 I sj j f r H> j c ti ctr First clat-t mil ixitt. WcikittitL.). Auros sor hire. Sturape. Give u& a trial. BRENHAM MOTOR CAR X oc>. m LONGPT. AND GAY HILL NEWS On account^ It the late Spring, crops are about four week late this year. .0. .0. .0. With enough moisture in the ground and a few days of warm wea ther farmers will be able to put their crops in a splendid condition. •O* 0* "O" The schoolfset at Zionsville last Thursday was attended b...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Press — 7 May 1913

\ I I § - V mmm nfeNBAM WEEKLY PRESS if CORTRIGHTSui Roofs Put on 26 Years Ago arc as pood as new, and have never needed repairs—never need attention cf any lurid, ex- cept c.n occasional coat of paint ssfrva; ig\i i for roofing Storm-proof Fire-proof Lightning-proof Don't buy tliat roof for the new building, or re-roof the old, [3 until you have examined the Cortright Metal Shingle*. 1 AD. SEELHORST Brenham, - - Texas Mr. J. S. Geruon of Lyoiis ij i/i the city 011 business. > Mrs. Arthur Becker of Kenny spent Monday in the city. Miss Alma Kluever of Sealy spent Monday in Brenham on a visit. Mrs. Phillip Franke of Somerville is here on a visit to-relatives. EL-. <*fm Palace Sweets Unless you've tried our Soda, we know you have missed a treat that it is hard to describe. Better •top at our£fount in to- day ! Delicious, all flavors Pure and - "rrsSing 8c Alamo Avenue BRENHAM, TEXAS "Z JUST WHAT KIDS LIKE Older kuls too. Tuey are not averse to it. The larger dish- ful of our deli...

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