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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Daily Press — 1 September 1913

Special Pall Fair and Industrial Edition of Section 4 Section No. VOLUME 20. BRENHAM, TEXAS, MONDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 1,1913 NO. 103 SOCIAL HISTORY OF BRENHAM Since the far away 50' when oc- < little flags and tantalizing blue rib- curred the first "singing match" Brenham has been a social center. Of this public /entertainment Mr. Tom Morriss (uncle of Miss Elma bons fluttering and streaming in all directions. Our boys said it was mighty poor taste to be cantering through town on Sunday with flags Morriss and Mr. Will Morris- has that it looked tacky to them, and this to say: "G. M. Buchanan was running a singing school at the Bap- tist Church; P. E. Gray was teach- ing school on Mill Creek and also was running a singing school; Gray challenged "Buck for a singing match, which was accepted, and the they thought the Mill Creek folks were as poor a set of singers as any in the world.'" After this came corn shuckings, quilting bees, spelling matches, and dances, that added great pl...

Publication Title: Brenham Daily Press
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Daily Press — 1 September 1913

DAILY ' I | I: J. 1 III | | I; ■ f y I;: t m m ! * I :W§ H i Is This The Kind Of A Store You Would like to trade with .Sorr'.one i j said, "The science of busi- ness is the science of human service." Trui! service—efficient service—is the great underlying causi of the «uccts of the Levy Store. Not to SELL, but to SERVE is the idea actuating every effort of this (.'.eat institution. Do you think this the kind of a store at which you would like to shop? The store with uiervhandise tha is correct. The store, with prices that are fair. Hie store with polite and courteous salespeople. The *u>re with a homelike anl hospitable atmos- phree. The store whers courtesy is a motto and good cheer an asset. Where there is no forma'ity; no importunities. The stor ewhich is libera^ friendly and honest. The rtore where stocks are carefully arranged so that thee is no trouble in finding just what is wanted. The store which appreciates the value of a min- ui<*—and rdeuces delays to a minimum. Th...

Publication Title: Brenham Daily Press
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Daily Press — 1 September 1913

BRENHAM DAILY PKB88 COME TO THE COUNTY FAIR VISIT OUR STORE. —frK'TWK.Wa* MARE IT YOUR HEADQUARTERS WE WILL Uh GLAD TO HAVE YOU SPEND YOUR SPARE TIME HERE Ladies who are interested in knowing what the new Fashions are like, should visit our various departments and see the NEW MILLINERY; the handsome SUITS, DRESSES and COATS; the beautiful SILKS and DRESS FABRICS; the TRIMMINGS, the FALL SHOES and many other things that are to numerous for us to mention here. Men will find in our DEPARTMENT for MEN, everything that is new and correct in FALL CLOTHES and FURNISHINGS. WE EXPECT YOU TO CALL CAREFULATTENTION TO MAIL ORDERS WE ARE AGENTS FOR McCALL PALTERNS PROGRESSIVE WHOLES ALE' poration in this part of thee State. | helpful to Brenham and Washington j great wholesale grocery es- iment of Wangemann, Reich- 'ompany in Brenham ranks as f the big, progressive houses «as and stands for a liberal, OLDEST LUMBER YARD IN COUNTY HOUSE Its trade extends for many nule3 j Cuonty. The other members...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Daily Press — 1 September 1913

f [ IP© r''V K' $ '""A I '•rSwaSfe^/ tip 11; H BBP^igv mW$ '' m CROW ELK-HART CAR 50 Horse Power Motor, 132 inch wheel base, 27x5 inch wheel, Delco Electric Starter, Fully Equipped delivered at Brenham $1975.00 REGAL30 UNSLUNG The Car of Class and Power The largest stock of accessories Goodrich. Diamond. Medbelin and Federal MOTOR Roadster or TouringCar Delivered Brenham, $975.oo THE GARAGE OF SERVICE We repair every part of an Automobile Our shops are run by skilled and compe- tent machinest ; All Work Guaranteed « The only Vulcanizing Plant between Austin and Houston BRENHAM TIRE AND RUBBER CO. 'Phone 3-8-6 E. L HEARN, Manager Brenham, Texas GASOLINE ENGINES A Gasoline Engine is known to be one of the greatest labor saving devices ever imvented and is being used more and more every day of the year. With a small dynamo it will light your house. It will pump your water from any depth, you don't have to wait for a wind to spring up, it is ready for you at a moments notice. It will sa...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Daily Press — 1 September 1913

annul daily rb V" - ■ ,?v. vr-, .,JV. ■ 1 • .-,-• "■„:■■ pi ■ s'^vr^N .* •; ' * - {£ Wj# ■ '■'^iC • ; *" ii- ?• 1 ' / •' | ^ vt« , j Pipf*k^ > • / A. W. WATSON SUCCESSOR raj I'-; •jr'A '' 'vtas? •# •t ;•#•••* BRENHAM mWAJHINGTON county 11V 1 -r>,:: ,m:*■' 1 • fgr •.! .' ,iL,x:-i£ijj'^L "LL j- w«:!ii(«-L-i.L ■. '•'" ,j • .'*'fy« "• • Il7Inil■IIIiTr\ 'AiwYinv'.j/fMMmI4\ 1>^ilulnLVfirnVII * ' a i..^.VisVi^ •« [ #?Vv'- FJffl w-v * .' '.J.' ■ w,i.-'. &"-■ .\r« 1J -r •: <V- ■ ROSEDALE. NURSERIES A. W. WATSON, Proprietor (Founded by WM. WATSON in 1859) A Complete Line of Nursery Stock Consisting of Peach, Plum, Pear, Ap- ple, Persimmon, Soft Shell Pecan And Shade Trees of all Kinds Evergreens and Ornamental Shrubs and Hedge Plants, Grape, Vines and Berries of all kinds The Watson Home at Rosdale Nurseries A Fine C o 1 1 e c t i o n of Roses > ' 7 W • ' - - ' V We can Furnish and Plant—Anything you Need V- . £ j Line. Drop us a Postal Card and we will call. in t be Nurser...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Daily Press — 1 September 1913

M •< MM* MR®. r * i- DAILY sm THE BRENHAM CREAMERY This institution, while not a new one, and it's advantages having been often exploited in these columns, is ooo of Brenham's best industries for tho amount of capital invested, it is ao far reaching. It is a great money circulator. It tends to im- prove the stock of the community. It makes its patrons strong advo- cates of good roads. It helps the vetoicle industries, as the farmers wear out more of them bringing it to town. It helps the tin trade. It stimulates the sale of separators. It gives employment to more mem- bers of the families supplying the cream for this institution. . We are under obligations to the Galveston News for the picture of the Brenham Creamery which was taken during a reception given by the ldaies of Brenham and vicinity, a short time ago, when over four hundred callers were entertained in the afternoon, on which occasion the News referred to it as one of the "most prosperous creameries in South Texas. Art...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Daily Press — 1 September 1913

MUDfHAM DAILY HUM "Everybody's Doing Sending in orders and buying our It" ■: fz ■ HMtfSL-r- *#■ *-'**•• lus ham big 4 un- \ ' Lnd has pre lore. a '$nm Famous Hand Made Harness / and Saddles There's treason they want the best See our line of Saddles at the Fair They are Prize Winners Our Harness is all Hand Made out of the best Oak Leather The finest line of Silver Mounted Bits and Spurs in the city Let us Repair Your Harness we Guarantee Satisfaction J. F. SCHRAMM The Leather Man 'Phone 66 Brenham, Texas Mail Orders Filled Same Day Received ARE IMPROVING UP-TOWN OFFICE In u few days the up-town office of the Brenham Compress Oil & Manufacturing Co., which is used to display their electric fixtures and as a store for disposing: of tho same will be one of the neatest appearing and up-to-date places in the entire city. Tho Company has formerly occu- pide the South side of the building and had only one show window. Un- der the new arrangements, they will show window. The Electric Li...

Publication Title: Brenham Daily Press
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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Daily Press — 1 September 1913

■MRNRAI DAILY PU*M 'JlLU—^ li E BLINN MEMORIAL COLLEGE WHERE TO BUY its consti- aided by ______ When buying furniture go where •of you can get the best at t>arguin in- prices and can get full value for supported by • tuericy and ita friends; Blinn Memorial College was found- friends of education and enthu > ed in 1882 by the Southern German tically backed by thi' citizens Conferencl of the Methodist Epis- Brenharn; Blinn will no doubt copal Church. It begun its first crease in usefulness and continue to your money in every purchase you session in 1S83 with three students progress. j make. The Hermann Furniture tuaght by the first president of the ONLY EXCLUSIVE GENT'S FUR- j Company is reliable as well as cour-1 school,- the Rev. Carl Urbantke, in NISHING STOKE jtecus, obliging and will give you a the German M. E. Church, which —. j square deal whether your purchase has just been torn down to make Brenham'* only exclusive gents' be large or small. Its large stock1 room fcr the...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Daily Press — 1 September 1913

1 3 f H ■BnAI DAILY A) A Washington County ANNUAL FAIR OCTOBER 7 Governor's Day OCTOBER 8 Rural School Children's Day Demonstration Day OCTOBER 9 OCTOBER 10 German Day The Weather Man Says: We are going to have good weather Every Other Man Says: Wted)Day (A" St0reS WlU ItS goin« 10 be going every day. If you have not received a Catalogue and Announcement of the Premium List, drop a card to Secretary F. R DEVER, Brenham CHEEK NEAL COFFEE £0. THE SOUTH'S LARGEST COFFEE ROASTERS PLANTS LOCATED AT Houston, Texas, Nashville, Tenn., and Jacksonville Florida. PRODUCERS OF THE CELEBRATED Maxwell House Blend Coffee IN OUR ONE AND THREE POUND SEALED CANS Brenham Wholesale Gro. Co. WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS BRENHAM TEXAS • ■ , p \ .

Publication Title: Brenham Daily Press
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