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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Daily Press — 30 January 1913

• i * ■ <:;rT w t % n \r-> i) t Jr The Well Posted Man =^F I & appreciates that prices lower than ours means a lower grade, when it comes the lumber line. The next time you are in the market for any- thing in the way of lumber for any purposes, examine the stock of oth- ers, then come here and examine our stock and learn our prices. You'll soon appreciate the wisdom of buy- ing here. No order too large or too small and the same careful attention will be given all. A large stock al- ways on hand, which insures you of prompt deliveries. Estimates fur- nished on your requirements. W. A. WOOD & CO. Brenham, Texas OCIETY NEWS A- "Come to our Can Party, Come when you can, Bring what you can (linen), Stay as long as you can." Friday Jan. 31st at 5:30 at the residence of Mrs. J. P. Buck, Lad- ifc ies Aid ^Society of the First Baptist cfiiTtvli. Invtations like these have been is- sued to all Brenhamites, and they are cordially invited to what promises to be a very pleasant aff...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Daily Press — 30 January 1913

T*w 8AILY prucssMial £ Biskcss carls W m V, * B. riVIIIOTOI, >0,;' ■i* \k •. !>• ff:; m Kii Kii Wood! Wood! Woo<U *uv«m .v„*&u." oo°" *"*« StStaSS£."SS 8t°" ASA Mppetoe. Brenham tST. Transfer Line iy and n~ ; Public nSrtP** ammU all trains day mm mini prnmirtlr P**" MMtodT. A. Or. It H. LENERT Praetioe limited to fjm, Ear, Nom and Throat w over Tristram'* Drag Store i: 9 to 12 a. m; 2 to 6 p. m. > > Dr.JoA. l^uedemami DENTIST over Wittbecker's Btore nr. a. tivioit CUf Seavlagirw Oferi Will * font Door. o. L.HDDINS, attorneyatlaw. Will praettoe In all oonrta. Office couth aide put lie aqnare. h.. > R. D. EVANS Attorney-at-LAiv Practice! in all courts. Criminal and QmI practice given prompt attention. Laadi, Loans and Investments Brenham Texas ...fai TiilWinr ill'' 3T<h L Grote Dealer In Wood and Ice Brenham, Tezaa 'I l 'V. « i Pa&e* 7 < I Dr. C R. Eversberg Dentiat Orer Oiddings & Giddinga Bank Brenham, Tex. BUCHANAN A STONE Attorneys-a t*Law Offic...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Daily Press — 30 January 1913

BRENHAM DAILY PKB8S THE "PRESS" CIRCULATION DAILY SUNDAY WEEKLY Total 1,500 1,800 2,500 5300 J^ARGER than all the papers combined in this County* If you want to reach the readers, advertise in THE "PRESS" It's a Pretty Bad Brea\ In An Auto Tliat We Can Not ke, air la ia'Jt we Have never seen i n that was beyond our powers, i n less the machine was a com pi• t< wreck Let us suggest that thf best time to make repairs is be- fore an accident. Have us loo1' over your motor car to see i there is not some little delect which, if neglected, may develop into the cause of a "smash-Hp." SALES AUTO CO. Favorite Saloon Main Street Fresh Beer Always on Tap. Pines Wines and Cigars in the City. Joe Marek, Prop. The Elite a complete sanitary mm shop c. e. stokes, Prop. Numbing kinds of Plumbing and lir Work a by first-class mber. All work guaranteed ft | Telephone No. 434 E. GAJESKE f- A. WIN in and I., Deliveries made to C. H. Page & Bro. Architects Houston and Austin, Tex. DRESSMAKING .•■i...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Daily Press — 30 January 1913

0® . ' / Paint triat Roof ww LARGE CROWD LIKED aunnuil OAILT MUMS m many were out grand T1£E Double It's Life The sepacli V prepared ti P tint wo u s preserves the tin od your roof and closer ranny of the malJ pin holes which would eventuilly grow into big leaks Your roof is clean now.making the paint adhere Srinea and stronger AO. SEELHOR8T, Phone 90 TO SEE THE MUSICAL PLAY "Forty.Fire Minutes From Broadway Presented By A Very C-apahte Company mi. hh p 'Pfe" . A Store For Everybody ERE you will find the most com- plete line of General Merchan- dise in the city. We also carry a full line of Gents' and Children's Furnishings Goods. We sell the most of the best for the least. : : SIMON mm ATTHECRANDOPERA HOUSE Hen ham i SATU R DAY ■K i one night! F*; E B 1 rti JjLm * : The Wonderful Elec- tric -T- Qive« tfctt or Cold Will Dry A Head of Hair,In Six Minutiea ^ es, juit think of it. Wash youc hair, have it soaking wet and in six minutes it will be thor- oughly dried if you use the electr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Daily Press — 1 September 1913

t" I • , , |lBGscl Section Fair and Industrial tdition of aw Section No. 1 VOLUV1E 20. U- BRENHAM, TEXAS, MONDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 1, 1913 NO. 103 CHRONOLOGICAL HISTORY OF BRENHAM BY MR?. R. E. PENNINGTON Twoyfiames, that of Mrs. Arabella Harrington upon whose land it ranted under the colonisation, of laws of Coahuila and Texas the city is situ- ated, and that of Dr. Richard F. Brenham, the Mier martyr fcr whom the place is named, ar« indis- solubly linked in the history of Bren- ham, the county seat of Washington County. 1831-1860—Mrs^ Arabella Harring- ton, who was grandmother of Mr. N. E. Dever, and-the great grandmother of Mr. Frank Dever, came from Buncombe County, North Carolina, to Texas n 1831. She received her league of land by deed from the Mex- ican government dated March ??, 1801, and immediately built a hoir e in the most beautiful portion of her possessions, i. e. on the branch o able conflict. April 21, 1836, Mr. j member of the House of Representa- story of that Sun...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Daily Press — 1 September 1913

BRENHAM DAILY PRESS XML''. i , * •«, WASHINGTON CO.'S BIG 1913 FALL FAIR ANNOUNCEMENT !■*-, I % The Washington County Fair Association has been organized to pro* vide an educational institution for the citizens of the county, who are tot partially provided for by the stock show feature of the Maifest and the annual Boys' and Girls' Exhibit held each autumn. This Fair combines these former features, and adding other items cavers as nearly as practicable all the fields of activity in which the frtopla of the county are engaged. Attractions and entertainments within the management's reach, •ntside of the regular exhibition of our productions and natural re- are being secured that will make this Fair second to none in wholesome amusement, and useful instruction. It most be understood at the outset, that the promoters of this Fair expect no pay lor the vast amount of work they are performing, other than the general good we shall all receive through the increased pros- ferity and uylift c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Daily Press — 1 September 1913

HVVVH4W n A fl.T PKKHM B R E M N A H N A U M F A C T U R I C O M P R E N S G S C O M P A N A Y N D O I L BEST ICE IN TH STATE OF TEXAS Use Electricity The cleanest, most conve- nient and safest for ALL household purposes. LET ELECTRICITY Do your Cooking Do your Washing And your Ironing As well as for Lighting Manufacturers of High Grade Cotton Seed Meal and Clean Hulls, which are unexcelled for Stock Feed. Also make a High Grade COOKING OIL, which is the cheapest Shortening on the market today. Let us WIRE YOUR HOUSE On Your Own Terms A D V E R T I S E Y O U R B U s I N E S W I A N A T T R A C T I V E E L E C T R o I ® C s I G T N H 4 s I

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Daily Press — 1 September 1913

- " >:«rf I 1 FT*-i'- ■ "Pa®e 4 BKENHAM DAILT PKES8 T"v ;• m**. A CHRONOLOGICAL HISTORY OF BRENHAM (Continued from page 1) ; acre# fur the townsite, donated one and family; William Pressley and « of ground where the Christian family; W. H. Ewing and familyj Church is located, to the Methodists. David Ebtes and family; Johnson j The trustees accepting the gift were Heasley; Jones Rivers and family; J- D- Giddings; James demons; J. Wn. and Joe McCutcheon and fam-jG. Hefllington; John W. Kenney; iiies; Robert D. Harris; Mr. James. Prosper Hope; E. B. Tarver; and family; W. W. Hackworth and iSuafly; Mr. Dupuy and family; Hannon and Levi son, merchants; Mn. Ewing and son, Wash; Mrs. Psxita and daughters; Hugh Sher- rold and family; Jo_ Miller and fam- ily; Jo* and John Tom and their fnallies; Dr. Blake and family; Dr. JL P. Key (father of Mr. J. M. K«y) and family; Billie Norriss and family; Dr. Ware and family; John B. Wilkins (father of ex-mayor t-' ■% '9 H \ . 3. WS - and Robert B....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Daily Press — 1 September 1913

BKENHAM DAILT PKESB Pago 5 S3 l£ dj I55.V WZ". Giesecke Bros. Co. 6 ? TINNERS and PLUMBERS Bill TUBS, CUSITS, UVMMKS roofinc and gutter ng GALVANIZED FLUES M C STERNS Giesecke Bros. Co. BRENHAM, TEXAS ENTERTAINED AT GAY BILL HOMESTEAD Houston, Texas, in 1844i but ill health eauser^him to seek the coun- try, and he located at Gay Hill 32 miles -north of Brenhrtm^ end erected in 1850 b large 2-story bjilding for school purposes and a handsome twj story residence for the occupancy of himself and family. Rev. Miller and - j'his estimable wife, and Miss Rebec- Washington counuty being one of|Ca Stewart, who was his sister-in the oldest counties in the Satte, has law, constituted the faculty and ma- many places of great historic anded-'ny girls, members of welathy and in- ucational interest. Many towns that fluential families received their fine were in years gone by of great im-1 educations at this place _ Live Oak portance has succumbed to decay .Female Seminary grew and prospe*- and th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Daily Press — 1 September 1913

, -n ; ■' V ] li'i 1 ■**" «■ jot** -*tte Iff'. WASHINGTON COUNTY'S BIG 1913 FAIR (Continued from Page 2) CULINARY DEPARTMENT Section 10 Bread and Cake Division Mrs. E. P. Anderson, Directress 1 Beat loaf bread, white $ -76 2 Best loaf bread, rye '5 8 Best white loaf cake, iced • • 1 • W 4 Beet yellow loaf cake, iced 1-50 5 Beat layer cocoanut cake 1-50 Preserves, Jama and Jelliea Mrs. A. M. Krug, Directress •6 Best jar peach preserve! I -75 7 Beet jar fig preserves 76 8 Best jar plum preserves 75 9 Beat jar pear preserves 75 19 Best jar preserved citron 75 31 Best jar preserved tomatoes 75 19 Best jar preserved blackberries 75 19 Best jar preserved dewberries 75 M Best jar preserved grapes-; 75 15 Best jar preserved strawberries 75 "18 Best individual display preserves 2.50 17 Best jar grape jelly 75 18 Best Jar plum jelly 75 19 Best jar blackberry jelly 75 20 Best jar blackberry jam 75 21 Best jar dewberry jam. 75 22 Beet jar brandy peaches 75 23 Best jar sweet pickled peaches 75 2...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Daily Press — 1 September 1913

KKFWHAM DAILY PMM0 <Qt A"CONTRADlCTORY"lLlUST«iAUOk OF THE BLUDGRAS5PLANE (Ml This picture is over drawn, but we'll not ask our artist to have it drawn over. Often by depicting the very opposite of the truth we more forcibly emphasize the real facts. ' PACT Wo. 1. To "drive" a Blue Grass Plane re> quires the minimum amount of rnusculat effort. PACT No. 8. Blue Grass Planes are shaped true and remain true during the life of the plane—and you'll not outlive the plane. FACT y0. 3. The Cutters are of the highest grade steel ever used for the purpose, and noted for their edge-retaining 14ualiti< i . PACT Wo. 4. We know the Blue Grass id the best olane money can buy, but we want you to realize it. FACT Wo. 5. The above are plane facts. Proof follows the purchase. W. J. COX BRENHAM texas The Big Farmers' Supply Comp'y All kinds of Hardware, Tinware, Enamel Ware, Stoves, Ranges, Refrigerators, Hoosier Cabinets, Cut- lery, Guns, Etc. 15-Year Guarantee Aluminum Ware All kinds of Farm...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Daily Press — 1 September 1913

pp® ■ ZT. j?S!r!5!«3 WASHINGTON COUNTY'S BIG 1913 FAIR (Continued from Page 6) BBS BRENHAM DAILY PRE88 IP (S) Fin* Arts, Painting and Drawing Mrs. R. P. Thompson, Chairman Mis* Netta Botts Miss Gertrude Wehmeyer Miss Mux Irby Mrs. P. E. Pennington Miss Mattie Reeves Wood Mra. J. J. Campbell . - '"i • [ : |v ■, >$8Bm i I. «5wu ■w ■ yjKpjb COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT COMMITEES District 1 Fritz Kolwes A. W. Watson, Chairman District 2 Ed. Wiedemann, Ctu^rmann John H. Stern District 4 Wm. Reich, Chjjrmann John Kieke District S A. D. Weiss, Chairman j Fred Winkelmann District 5 Ed. Gajeska, Chairman Will Hueske District 6 John Schmidt, Chairman Aug. Neumann District 7 ; Wm. Sehomberg, Chairman Carl Schmid > , District 8 4 G. Bxeitkreutz, Chairman Carl Eimann District I , Chas. Hafer, Chairman A. C. Dillen District 10 F. S. Bryan, Chairman Louis Eicholt District 11 F, W. Boemer, Chairman August Look District 12 Julius Gregor, Chairman Henry Schlottmann District 13 Henry Meyer, Chairman H...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Daily Press — 1 September 1913

It Special Pall Fair and Industrial of . Section No. volume 20. Section BRENHAM, TEXAS, MONDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 1,1913 NO. 101 ryr- BRENHAM AND WASHINGTON COUNTY Theft? Pregressiyenes and Nray hdnstriM and Solid Business Institutions. The steady advance in the march go away and talk about what an cilities in the three strong banks The Daily and Weekly Banner, and bear in mind that it is not more ac- the Texas Volksbote, the latter a of progress that Brenham has made enterprising little city we have and within the past few years, has been mention her signs as one of the a source of wonder to the occasional evidences. These signs help light the city, as well as the Improvement in the new lighting Bystem installed. THE BRENHAM GAS CO. A new institution in Brenham re- visitor who has been here at other times. There has been no boom, Brenhanj has never- baen thus afflicted. True Brenham has had it's seasons of prosperity, anl it's season's of de-1 cently start^I up, at a cost of $150,-...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Daily Press — 1 September 1913

Page 2 WINNERS OF 1912 FAIR LIVE STOCK DEPARTMENT HORSE DIVISION Dr. J. J. Marek, Director Beat Coach Stallion • Fritz Knoche, Carmine . First Priw $5.00 Beat Standard Bred Stallion E. P. Anderson, Brenham Pirat Prix* $5.00 E. P. Anderson, Brenham Second Prize 5.00 George Knittel, Burton Third Prix* 2.00 Beat General Purpose Stallion Henry Buckhorn, Brenham First Prire 15 00 Aftolph Banske, Brenham Second Priie 3 00 Otto Rodendeck, Pleasant Hill Third Prize 2 00 Best Four Get of Sire Henry Fuchu, Burton First Prize $5.00 MAKES Beat Mare With Suckling Horae Colt E. P. Anderson, Brenham First Prize *5.00 Krueger Bros., Washington Second Prise 3.W R. B. Wunoeriich, Brenham Route 7 Third Prize 2.00 Best Mare With Sacking Male Colt Paul Bracher, Brenham First Prix* 15.00 R. H. Kelm,, Long Point Second Prize 3.00 Beat Harness Mare C. Krueger, Washington First Prize $5.09 H. C. Craig, Brenham Second Prize 3.00 Henry Fuchs, Barton Third Prize 2 00 Beat General Purpose Mare E. P. Anderson. B...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Daily Press — 1 September 1913

AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT • ti'JSI B GRAIN DIVISION \ W. A. Yates; Director \ Beat 19 Ear* Cora \ Native White # Leo Wilhelmson; Brenham Route 1 First Mm ^'9?" Fritz Graber; Chapel Hill Route 2 Second Pita. 2.00 F. S. Bryan; Brenham Route 4 Third Prise 1.00- Gourd Seed Willie Dierking; Brenham Route 9 •"Pir?tJ?l>a ^o'nn R. Bluetmann; Brenham Route 2 ML Ar.dy Aibinger; ffirenham Route Third Prtaa 1.00 Tennessee Bed Cob F. S. Bryan; Brenham Route 4 First Prize 3.00 White Dent Gus Klingsporn; Burton Otto Richter; Brenham Route 2 S®co™* ?"ze Ben Baker; Gay Hill ™ird 100 Bloody Butcher F. A. Sprain; Brenham Route 1 -First Prize $3.00 Willie Tegler; Brenham Second Prize 2.00 Andy Aibinger; Brenham Route 5 Third Prize 1.00 June or Lagvna F. A. Sprain; Brenham Route 1 Fn'st Pr|z0 Andy Aibinger; Brenham Route 5 Second Prize 2.00 Mrs. A. M. Felder; Brenham Third Prize 1.00 Boys* Corn Club Awards Best Ten Ears of Corn Willie Wegner ;Brenham cFirSj p™ *o'rn Wm. Sehlke; Burton Second Prize 2.50...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Daily Press — 1 September 1913

DAILY Good House Paint and Wall Paper , : WILL DO THE WORK - ■ I -i I WE Famous Lincoln Paints for In-Door and Out-Door Use and Every Kind of Wall Paper at the Exclusive Paint and Wall Paper House of * JOHN R. RALSTON 2?S5£25 * >■'■■••• 4 ,« '"tv ' v * . " /"*"'.X^ / : w;. • - / .*■ Where are kept High Grades of Wall Paper, such as are usually found only in the Large High- Class City Stores THIS IS THE STORE OF QUALITY Corner Wilkins Street and East Avenue, Brenham; Texas m i ■<! ■ym". JjSiKit and Fancy Groceries at OPULAR PRICES . J Country Produce Bought and Sold •.-•■■I i Brenham and Wash- njton County xmrn<mm (Continued from page 1) ty,, while Kuykendall, New Year, Mill, Rocky, Jackson, Woodward and other creeks traverse the county giv- ing it an ample water supply at all seasons fo the year. The area of the county is divided between prairie and timber lands, the wooded uplands being covered with post oak, black jack, live oak and cedar valuable for many uses. The prair...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Daily Press — 1 September 1913

*• •?* BRBNHAM DAILY if V >*■$# F. W. SPREEN— Brenham, Texas DRUG STORE OF QUALITY EVERYTHING in the Drug Line Fresh, Pure and Good The best Proprietary Medicin'es kept in stock j The Candies of Quality Brenham agency for the famous Huyler Candies All kinds of Toilet Preparations, Toilet Articles, Brushes, Combs and Shaving. Articles. A Fine Line of High Grade Perfumery Good Cigars for Men of Good Taste M Soda Water and Ice Cream During Warm Weather Huyler's Chocolates and In sealed packages of all sizes at city prices When you buy < You know it is All Right I GET THE BEST-BUY at SPREEN'S & F. W. WOOD Brenham's Pioneer Lumberman Dealer in Lumber, Sash, Doors, Blinds, Laths, Shingles, Posts, Lime, Cement, Iron Roofing and all kinds of Building Material .4 \ I /* ^ 1 THE FAMOUS "PEKIN WAGON" With Bois de Arc Rims-Unexcelled and Guaranteed for 5 years v AVERY STALK CUTTERS The Best and Most Satisfactory Stalk Cutthrs Ever Made LUMBER Prices are Low; Now is the TIME TO BUY We ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Daily Press — 1 September 1913

Hr . ij * ¥■$;. [ V IP'-" :53Qf*: ? *r DAILY BLINN MEMORIAL COLLEGE! To the parents of Washington County and vicinity seeking the best educational advantages for their and to young men and women who wish to prepare adequately and efficiently for life'a opportuni- ty and duties Blinn Memorial College offers superior^ advantages. Among them are the following: 1. Ample equipment—a $176,0")0 plant consisting of the 135,000 Main Building, the new $30,000 Girl's Doraiitory, three Boys' Dormitorie s, a 2-acre playground, and other property. WWy ■ ■ . I ■ .. .—7-^5——rr — I.. •' '■■■■'■ • I ' : ■■ • ■ IK, : .. 1 . ^ ^ 2. At well trained, experienced faculty of six men and one lady. 3. Varied courses to meet the needs of all studeilts: (1) Preparatory, for those who want to se- cure a thorough knowledge of the elementary branches and prepare for the higher courses; (2) Aca- dstnic, for those who wish to secure a good general education, prepare for entrance into the universities «r the teachin...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Daily Press — 1 September 1913

BBENHAM DAILY PRESS pag|| ^ Giddings & Giddings BANKERS (UNINCORPORATED) BRENHAM, TEXAS We invite accounts, to which we pledge our prompt and careful attention We offer every facility and accommodation consistent with sound banking ESTABLISHED 1866 RESPONSIBILITY S500.000.oo ( Wangemann-Reichardt Co WHOLESALE GROCERS and COFFEE ROASTERS THIS IS A CUT OF OUR Old Homestead Brand The Best Backet Coffee on the Market 44T- T T TT=r> OT Other Leading Brands (Bulk) BREAKFAST BELL AUTOCRAT FANCY PEABERRY Our facilities are such as to furnish the finest Coffees in the world. This is a broad statement, but we mean 44 JUST THAT" m —ft . k w /"\ I f11_( x i OEM ANN -REICH ARDT COMR Wangemann-Reichardt Co., Brenham, Texas •1-i ■fe? r n i I : J

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Daily Press — 1 September 1913

I I 1 Fife 8 i ( ' j i SATURDAY ■snnntEsM A Saturday in Broohain,' during the cotton picking season, not only brings delight to the merchant ex- hamrtion to the clerks, but a curious throng, a cosmopolitan crowd to the city, that .not only throng the streets •ad block up the lidevilV. the variation in cosutme and colqr is to fee seen all along the Ifne. TJ>e col- , ortd people however have (he call. They are the cotton pickers, and they bare the accumulation of fjye and a V half days picking or -an average of 7 or eight dollars apiece, and they spend it like lords, like therq was plenty more where that came from Of course a great many of the cot- ton pickers have'gone to adjacent counties, and will spend weeks and some of them months away, but you can scarcely miss theca Saturday, tho a great many left on the west bound Central ^nd on the Santa Fe Sat- urday in order to reaoh their deati* nation, pick out a good camping place and be ready for the cotton fields Monday morning. The...

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