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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Press — 14 May 1913

Uy V (I fl tmh&w VOLUME 19. BRENHAM, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 14, 1913 NO. 2 Extra! Extra!! Extra'!!! Lovely Spring Pattern Hats Reduced 1-3 In Price This Sale embraces every new pattern hat in our stock. It is the most opportune millinery sale of the season, forjit comes just at a time when hundreds of our patrons are in need of new Spring millinery, and it offers bargains that are truly astohishing. These hats are in the most recent and correct styles. They are the product of the foremost designers of New York, which is the fashion- center of America. The materials used are of the highest character, and the workmanship is thoroughly artistic. Prices have been reduced one-third—regardless of profit or original cost. Come a*.d share in the season's most astonishing millinery bargains. If Your House Looks Old And Weather Beaten One coat of Masury's Ready Mixed House Paint will preserve it for years, and will increase the value of your property ten per cent. Also a full stock...

Publication Title: Brenham Weekly Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Press — 14 May 1913

ii* ii mil 11 in j'liiW'i lOiTii'" "; " nr • I rus-* • •■nfosr.i*. r BBENHAM WEEKLY PRESS u J •i If ^ I \ a km:'i Afraid Of Glasses A frreat many persona suffering from eye-itrain put off having their eyes examined pecauae they fear they will have to wear glasees. If they really need glasaea they cannot avoid them, and by neglect they only make mattera. But if glasses are not needed I think too much of my reputation to prescribe them for the mere sale of a pair of apecka. If in doubt about yotr eyea I will be glad to tell you the truth. EDtW. T. JENISON Office Next to Wettern Union Specialsof parasols at L. C. I Mr. Joe Cohn of New York is Robert. I) } Stre. See this paper attendi the Maifegt. tomorrowprices. Something new—Sheet music sale. Both Maifest mornings. Navratil Music Co. Special parasol sale at L. C. Ro- berta Department Store. Mr. Morriss Mills of Somerville spent Friday here taking in the Maifest. Pretty parasols on special sale at L. C. Roberts Dept. Store. Advertising...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Press — 14 May 1913

BRENHAM WEEKLY PRESS 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 N. Hyman MRS. EMMA W. LINN THE SPECIALTY STORE Receiving daily onc-piece dresses in Ratine, Linen, Voile and Charmense. Also Pattern Hats for Women and Children, at greatly reduced prices. The Balkin Blouse, which is attracting much attention, will be shown in my shop. Next to Press Office - Phone 4-7-4 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS We are reBdy to repair arytbitg that n i£bt bappf n to jcflJ cfir First class irfrhnrirs. WorVncfcribip gvsiEuft>.'( Autos sor hire. Storage. Give us a trial. BRENHAM MOTOR CAR CO. * I I KOENIG, CHAMPION and WALTER A. WOOD MOWERS and RAKES l Our Stock Is Complete We Want Your Trade F. W. WOOD SONS A Quick Heal can be prepared by oar expert ehti that will tempt a falHrtg appetite. A Juicy, Tender Steak ofr chops, With ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Press — 14 May 1913

1 muutsu&ii : , BBENHAM WEEKLY PRESS • t V '$ ' ■rr I J b ii i f-ih * t : •if r .a;.* I k FIRST DAY OF ANNUAL MAIFEST BIG SUCCESS CORONATION EXERCISES, AEROPLANE FUGHT, BASE BALL GAME, FIRE- WORKS, CONCERT, GRAND BALL • *•••***** *••«* BRENHAM'S MAY QUEENS OP HISTORY AND THOSE WHO CROWNED THEM * * * * •v « * t * * * « * * « * * * * Greeted by Pres. of Volksfest. Pres. Hy. Mueller, Volksfest. Pres. M. H. Hodde, Volksfest. Pres F. A. Engelke, Volksfest Mr. Robert Tarver, 1st Maifset. Mr. Albert G. Haynes Mr. Eugene B. Muse. Mr. Wm. Lusk Mr. G. B. Bryan Hon. Ben S. Rogers 1877—Miss Bettie Engelke 1878—Miss Augusta Minkwitz 1879—Miss Selma Engelke 1880—Miss Isa Hoffmann 1881—Miss Frankle Foote 1882—Miss Annie Spencer 1888—No record of Maifest. 1884—Miss Emily Harris 1886—Miss Ida Bassett 1886—Lizzie Lindemann 1887—Miss Nettie Pompeii 1888—Miss Nettie demons and Miss Eula Gee, Two QueensMr. R. E. Pqnnington Red and White Rose 1889—Miss Nettie Estes Mr. P. H. Swearingen 1890—Mils Ethe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Press — 14 May 1913

.1 BRENHAM WEEKLY PRESS 4 |tre<?3 -bin* this for ' to bells ikes land |ind jry Ico- Itho Ml, Lid t 3 t 3> • curring Spring, see -the tide of hat- tie turn and the elements and its hoardes retreat and leave the toilers in the fied a beautiful victory and a rich battle bounty. The season is now; the victory is here and we the victors. The Firemen have invited us to celebrate with them, and I command you to find the gladness that pervades this park, and as my loyal subject?, enjoy the Maifest. Miss Krause's words were well- spoken and distinctly heard by the large crowd who cheered her along with the Corn Club, who had every right to be proud of its Queen's. Miss Lillian Schurenberg then sang Bimberg's "Nymphs and Fauns," an appropriate number, especially beau- tiful, tho difficult. Miss Schuren- berg's dramatic soprano voice show- ed to good advantage in this number and pleased as it always pleases Bren ham audiences and of course the visitors were suprised by the great array of...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Press — 14 May 1913

wavy.*, U brenham weekly pre&s I •■> i: j, I |( f.:i 11 I r^ii professional & Mslness Card? /aiinitOM Uwyv. nm MfttK.na ink, WOOD CHEAPER All Wood delivered fr m the car will bt> Rold at 14 00 per cord until August 1 Asa Rippetoe iSS^ Transfer Line Boa meets all trains day and night Ceils answered promptly. Public pa- ruosge solicited,'' A. F. R>gg« . Pro- prietor transfer line. Pbone 846. Dr. R. H. LENERT praetioe limited to Em, Eat, Now w"1 Thro*' OCBee over Tristram's Drug Store Boars: 8 to 11 a m; 2 to 6 p. m. Dr. J. A. Luedemann DENTIST Oflr* over Wlttbecker's Store oTL. BDDIN8, attori* byatlaw . Will practice la ail oourta 0«o •oath *'de square. BUCHANAN & STONE Attorneys-a t-Law Office in Grabar Building, West Ride Square, Brenham J. E. DUFF Stocks and ^Commercial Paper 013 Union National Bank Building, Houston, Texas. Will buy or sell stoclcB in all Tevas cor porations. Short time paper s-3cure< by stooks of recognised value bought. Member Texas Bauke...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Press — 14 May 1913

BRENHAM WEEKLY PRESS / . y\ v A MOV. ! Yrur hay will soon be ready to cat and we art! ready to finish you with .the best mower made for cutting this crop. We handle only McCormick mowers. There is no better machine made. You can get any size machiac ) ou desire—3)4, 4, 4Ji, 5, 6, or 7-foot cut. McCormick u.owers will cut anything that's cutable. They are always ready for work, and they are made to stand hard wear. McCormick mowers are light iu draft, and convenient and easv to operate. Don't wait until the last minute before i getting your mower, but call and make a selection. K McCormick mower won't cost you any more now than it will later. Drop in, examine our line, and we will tell you why it is to your interest to deal with us. Remember, vje are not here today and away tomorrow. We are always he* c and always ready to supply your wants. BLOODY SCENE AFTER BATTLE Ask your neighbor— he has one. A complete line of LUMBER and BUILDERS' MATERIAL WAGONS, BUGGIES and CARRIAGES T. A. LO...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Press — 14 May 1913

-"A'" ;U3_>p*' J < '^^CTBfflJCiS^^s^^ISTISHrSSS fnammwsy&storMwm-• -inii-fiUBK on ■«. i i«w .u. jl i M HW*- «-K.,- 3u v" f. $>*• P w Ji .i'V'fl Jf •0 $* V-Jl 11'^ % !" UKNHAM WEEKLY ■MM CQRIRIGHTSs! Roofs Put on 26 Years Ago are as good as new, and have never needed repair*—never need attention of any kind, ex- cept en occasional coat of paint. Storm-proof Fire-proof Lightning-proof Don't buy that roof for the new building, or re-roof the old, IS until you have examined the Cortright Metal Shingles. LHORST Brenham, Texas GRAND OPERA HOUSE THE FIRE AT SEA a two reel picture depicting an incident in his tory will be ahown tonight. The scenes are laid in 1830 and are sup- posed to represent a historical hap- pening off the coast of Belgian and in the port of Brugen. In order to make this picture really realistic the pathe Co., actually burned up a larxe ship. And so realistic is the picture that you can almost feel the heat waves from the fire. BILLYS BUTLER is a comedy dr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Press — 21 May 1913

m « v VOLUME 20 tern. BRENHAM, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 21, 1913 NO. 2 % Men's Rubber Sole OXFORDS THE IDEAL SHOE FOR SUMMER WEAR Uppers oi smooth, soft, tan Russia calf; leather inner sole, Rubber outer sole. All Sizes, $4 J 1) If Your House Looks Old And Weather Beaten One coat of Maaury's Ready Mixed House Paint will preserve it for years, and will increase the value of your property ten per cent. Also a full stock of Varnish, Japalac, White Enamel and beat Linseed Oil. Holle & Seelhorst G For the next 30 days we will sell our Organs at very low prices— $30*00 to $75.00 Pianos, $185 to $300 10-year guarantee See us before buying elsewhere NAVRATIL MUSIC HOUSE WANGEMANN, REICHARDT CO. (Incorporated.) EXPECT JAPS TO PUSH FIGHT WASHINGTON, May J'.).—The movement in California to submit the anti alien land act to a refer- endum is understood to be viewed by the administcation as affording further opportunity for diplomatic negotiations between Japan and thu United States. It...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Press — 21 May 1913

*985" r am mfessfeui & Bishcss ciris WOOD CHEAPER Al V««4 MWmd fr m tbe ear wflJ be ssM at H per eord wml Aogost 1 Am Rippeto* BUCHANAN & STONE Attorney s-a t-Law Office in Graber Building, West Side Square, Brakes J. B. DUFF j£SC Transfer line gH tatai dit nd ni(ht >"■«■—- - *— —>— MMMtii. Public pat' by stoeks of recognised vatae boegbt. Member Texaa Beak en Aaeoeiatka Stocks end Commercial Paper. «U Uatoa National Beak Boildk*. Houston, Texaa. Will boy or «eU stocks ia all Teres cor- pormdom. Short time paper second Dr. R. H. LENERT Thos. B. Botts Practice limited to 4 ttOm Oy-mt-L* W Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat . Office North Side Court Square Ofles overTristram's Drug Store brenham, Texas Boers- 6 to 12 a m: 2 to 5 p. m. | SUNDAY WAS 'MR. t MAUER, SR. SAD DAYHERE: DIED SUNDAY TSO FINERALS AND DEATH .H ' ONE; AT THE HOME OF HIS DAUGH TER MANY AT FUNERALS Mr J C Flecker Aad little Mies Ve- ra Sleekest Laid To Beet In PRAIRIE LEA 2 MILES H Of BRENHAM Has Beea IB For Pa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Press — 21 May 1913

BRENHAM WE3KLT i V o You Are Off the Track when you decide that though your auto doesn't act exactly right, the trouble is too insig- nificant to have it attended to Little troubles in an auto are apt to develop into big ones Better have us fix the little ones in order to prevent the big ones. Sayles Auto Co. Favorite Saloon Main Street Fresh Beer Always on Tap. Fines Wines and Cigars in the City. Joe Narek, Prop. F. A. WINDHAUSEN Groceries and F^eedsturfs Deliveries made to Any part of the City The Elite A COMPLETE SANITARY mm shop C. E. STOKES, Prop. Public Stenographer And General Collector For The Public Sma^l commission, prompt work Harris on Hyman Phone 103 or 368 dixie saloon Finest assortment of Mixed Drinksjn the city Try our Famous Ramos Fizz and Other Fine Drinks J. 3. WILLIAMS, Prop, F. A. SCHMIDT, Local Agt. The Perfect Laxative For Elderly People Age has its attractions no less than youth in a more serene and quieter life. But It Is tUs very life of rest without suffic...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Press — 21 May 1913

,<vTJ«fr Bc ntoni Weekly Press * ■ mm* f •' ' ** +* "+ - r pusluheoby GEO. TUCKER I- Yt *' "V'.j. ••* —_ u K m m A %' -&M apfc ®lr' w VjM. J. TUCKER Ok aar—— Oa. IU — ~>w+—Z. i WwUjr Pnm wr« om Editot $5.00 .. .so .. .15 _ 1.00 Entered aa aeeond claaa nutter at tbe Poet Office Brenham, Texu, under act of Congreea. 4 The Preef ia not responsible for signed coramuni- •etioaa, and when ef a personal nature they must al- iMjjrs be paid for. TO SUBSCRIBERS ■ j, | XT — ' Any subscriber who faiU to receive thisp wr Dfbmptiy and reguMy will confer a favor upon the management by notifying him at once of any sucb ■lyiili niillrtff "" '' ' ' * c CM e e "1* e * * « * V * * * * « * « e • '* ♦ • • ' ' • * advertising rates *u e e _ I The Press has' the largest guarantee cir- 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 o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Press — 21 May 1913

BRENHAM WEEKLY PRESS J> mm si W1M OCIETY NEWS Send t.\ i'ir clothes to this p'ace, be- cause thc*y know thut we hv> the mo t up-to-date machinery mat can h^ had a"b that we oriiy turn out first-class work. Our ck-oninrr and pressing1 depart- ment is 'he most fully equpptd in this section oi the stale. Let us fix up youa next suit. Brenham Steam Laundry PHONE 9 Breita, • - Texas Miss Elma Kiel of Burton is the guest of relaties in Burton. Mr. Giddings Stone entertained at cn-^s Monday evening at the beau ti:"ul old colonial home of hn mo'her Mis. Ileber Stone, in honor of Mr. and Mrs. W. .A. Wood. No residence in Bran nam is quilt so picturesquely situated a^ tho I Stone Home; and so very attractive I it is, that Brenham'1.!*/ wtio have eyes for the beautiful. often lake their evening drives. .south of town, just to admire it's beautie.'. About one mile from the square, situated upon a high hill, with a vast crpanse of volvety lawn, stretching in front r many acres before'the b...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Press — 21 May 1913

"U. "5 'SSMMU^SKeX-, «wm rJ^Sw "V*" na« M '1 weekly press i: P!S$ vl ' S '* •n A .i: ' ■ ■ ' l • -LIFE SsfflcETHTnTOE8 : \ Better than a bank ac of necessity. By every \ and large sum paid begt investment. ""' !•"\ wealthy man it ^ 'i'to be without it. It gives i \ The poor man is too P^^dence. It protects your >.\ one that sense of in P g&Q Antonio* - j, \ family- Equitable Life o SlMMOvi® w Anr esentedbyH^^g^^ '""lit CHAIN 3* >7) * e«* ess"''e' co* * 0" < THE % REXALL MAN <P? 'jf is WORTH KNOWING ^ ^ \ r0 V >-0, ■S, A*r. *L 1HEO . schipwacHEB A Bepresc „ [ • • '. ■ Jt. ■ auiffl ifiW l ^ *°vvv 4 ^ ir 0 Ace ru* v;<.:. & - Fit to Of **>/ 2^, '/A ■/// ■totfexx# ^ Messier ^ f tee Store * vjs&V REPAIRING NEATLY DONE ' ''£:!■+ _ Be tslock // r ;|S v HA?cttE . dF««dSU'We \jrde*^fce ,b ^eT v nr Tire Satisfaction 10 is our first consideration. Bring our tire troubles to us. We'll give you honest value in everything. The only vulcanizing plant in Brenham. 208...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Press — 21 May 1913

REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS MISS VERA STICKERT DEAD I m "That's the sixth Studebaker we've passed—the only kind to invest in99 "The only kind—because, as I always say, when a man puts money in a thing he wants to know that he's going to get the worth of it out again.'* "That's plain business as I look at it" "That3 why 1 say the price doesn't tell you any- thing at all. There s only one thing that talks—except tiie wagon itself. That's the name of the maker." 'When you buy a Studebaker you're buying a vehicle that has behind it and in it sixty years of ex- perience—sixty years of success—and sixty years of reputation for the square deal. That's why a Stude- baker alway3 lochs good to me." "My fa!hc;r used to say that Studebaker honor was as sure &3 a United States bank note. He was talking after having used Studebaker vehicles since he was a lad, and he told mo his father before hirn eaW, 'Be safe—get a Studebaker.'" "Vehicle builders can't hold that sort of reputation now-a- days wit...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Press — 21 May 1913

V. *, «+ " R« f Mmrlf K h 1AM WEEKLY PBES8 i r t: BE- I Bookkeepers and Accountants The R p dity and Accur cy of Your Work Depenet On the Condition cf Your Eyes. From its nature your work taxes your eyes severnly unless th >y arc in the best wmsifoU.' c nd t ov. Such mw can <lo n ont rrn<>u.s amount of work without injury, but l"t ti ore be a alipht strain to brtgin with and the work way injur« your cyt-'s permanently. If in doubt about your eyea or glasses 1 will lell you the truth. GlassuB accurately litted. EDW. T. JENISON Office Next to Western Union MR. J. E. BUI TTIG CLOSE BIG IS MAI RIED LAND DEAL KYLE, Texas, May 16 E. Huettij? and Miis Aln i Howard Honekamp have just closed a deal were married la.-t night a of Rev. J. B. Armstrong the Baptist Church, who the ceremony. .0. .0. .0 Mr. .T, E. Huettip is n Brenham, where he u- many years, anci engaged ry business. He has ir.q in Bic:ilnm who will Cj yrati'lat i he and hi.- bride upon heir rr.- f jriage. Miss Howard ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Press — 21 May 1913

BRENHAM WEEKLY PRESS EVERY SUIT CMoCVV.. 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 ► ***- ' / «P5"*£ V® ,«rnr . «r"y/rvx n—iliwiiiiw iiwi atw v*i*j*5wu.«rrrwrvse?5*.v* v.■ m I MKS. EMMA Vv'. LINN THE SPECIALTY STORE Receiving daily one-piece dresses in Ratine, Linen, Voile and Charmen.se. Also Pattern Hats for Women and Children, at greatly reduced prices. The Balkin Blouse, which is attracting much attention, will be shown in my shop. Next to Press Office - Phone 4-7-4 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS Wo are ready to repair anylbiDp iHt n ight hsyjn to m j§ car. First class mechanics. Worknaar&bip gvaianUtd. % Autos sor hire, Storage. Give uk a trial. BRENHAM MOTOR CAR. CO. MA -< l< $ Si fx i •! v< 1M| I KOENIG, CHAMPION and | I WALTER A. WOOD MOWERS I | and RAKES j I Our Stock Is Complete We Want Your Trade | ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Press — 21 May 1913

s } §4/ Jr 1 ,. 4 \ ) ) BRENHAM DAILY PRB88 If: * ! CORTRIGHTSk Roofs Put on 26 Years Ago are as good ts new, and have never needed repairs—never need attention of any kind, ex- cept an occasional coat cf paint SSS&M :: • hh*, --LrpJcJLrrrrr -#—& .ii"!in|"" m- u i !lll|ll;l|^i: BAND CONCERT FRIDAY NIGHT Foh Roof r.r. Storm-proof Fire-proof ( Lightning-proof Don't buy that roof for the new building, or re-roof the old, until you have examined the Coctright Metal Shingle*. LHORST Brenham, Texas 'I Palace i Sweets Th« exq;fi«ite deliciou->ness of >iur chocnlatPS and bun otis in xceljecl by but ontj thing, the kiss And th'ey give that a close run, too. The confec tions that e <me from this e?- tablifrh neui^are^Fr ah. Pure and wholpsome, nnd are. every oue of theu , Jan ^example of the finest an of tut- rnnfe. - • 1 ner ; V Try our assorted ..'^colalcs. EXQUISITELY Alamo Avenue BRENHAT - TEXAS are JUST WHAT KIDS LIKE Older kids too. Tfe? are not averse to it The larger ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Press — 28 May 1913

VOLUME 20. / BRENHAM, TEXAS, WEOI^ESDAY MORNING, MAY 28. 19 3 Palm Beach Linen Suits For Men Norfolk & Regular Models 97.50 to 910.00 Here's your sensible suit for Summer, Palm Beach linens in plain and striped patterns. Here's to the man who loves his ease and knows how to be comfortable at a hundred in the shade. Palm Beach Norfolks is the last touch in natty negligee.~ The regular model is on the list of "who's who" among conventional men. Yom can break away from the sober plain effects, by picking a neat stripe. You may keep the doctor at a distance all Summer by simp'y keeping cool. These Palm Beach Linens are a continuous cooling draft, a lighter weight, lower temperature, like a blessed breeze from the sea. i 'I I m \ 4 * i I •/; Water Coolers w HAT is more refreshing on hot days than a glass of water from a ni ;e cooler? We have coolers in all sizes, from $1.50 TO $7.50 We also have a full line of Gasoline and Blue FJame Oil Stoves at very low prices. Agents for DeLavel ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Press — 28 May 1913

■w- BRENHAM WEEKLY PRESS , If I v ifK l&i" m tiki V 'A ' * m lt$stom l & Business carts ^ ■ * I * to T O I* U«yv. i'smm Im Vim KMK«a WOOD CHEAPER All Wood delivered fr m the car will be old at M OO per cord until August 1 Asa Rippetoe ■*£?. Transfer Line Bu meets all trains day and night. Cells answered ,promptly. Public pat- Cfloage solicited, A. F. Riggins, pro- prietor transfer line. Phone 846. Dr. R. H. LENERT Practice liraited to £?• E**, Note and Throat Olfiee over Tristram's Drug Store flow 8 to 12 a. tt>; 2 to 5 p. m Dr. J.A. Luedemann \ DENTIST Ofloe over Wittbecker's Store O. L. EDDINB, ATTORN KY-AT-LAW. Will practice In all courts. Ofllcf M th aide put lie aquare. Henry Grote DenW In Wood and Ice Brenhum, Tux** Or. C. R. Eversberg Dentist Over 'iiddinitM A Giddings Bank Brenham, Tax. i Dr. T. F. Cox Dentist Over Washington Co. State Bank RRENHAM, TEXAS Me Barber Shop 'Good Work—Electric Mas- sage. Come and give me a trial. WILL RANDLE Hit, Loose league Modeste ...

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