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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Press — 25 June 1913

BRENHAM WEEKLY PRESS Automobile For Sale At A Sacrifice Overland Five-Passenger, Niokel Trimmings, full equip, ment. Reason for sacrifice is that I have two. R. T. FULLER Brenham, - - Texas Favorite Saloon Main Street Freeh Beer Alwaye on Tap. Fines Winee end Cigars in the City. Joe Marek, Prop. F. A. WINDHAUSEN and IPeedstuxfs Deliveries made ' to Any part of the City THE ELITE Barber Shop Get Shaved Right Now 4 — BARBERS—4 You Don't Have to Wait C. E. STOKES, Prop. Public Stenographer And General Collector For The Public Small commission, prompt work Harris an Hyman Phone 103 or 368 DIXIE SALOON For That Tired Feeling Try Coffee Cocktail Famous Ramos Fizz and Other Fine Drinks J. 5. WILLIAMS, Prop f Jfc.vdr?'" ,.7i . i v" * 'fi F. A. SCHMIDT, Local Agt. M has Its attractions no t] an youth In u more serine ar.d quieter lil'e. Bi.t .t i- ilr.s \ery life of rest without eaifiolont ex. rtlse that brings with it disoi i'ierH that arise from !n- acti- tty. Chief nf theso aie a chronic,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Press — 25 June 1913

!!&■ K WOKLT A DOG'S IMPRESSION OF A DRUNKARD WANT ADS \ ■? PUBLISHED B1 CEO. TUCKER W*. fUCKER Editor t> * mt CV Mm* #w V<sbk T)w Viijy Pkoh, oue yew. $5.00 .50 .15 1.00 y, i •Intardd an ttocond cUm matter at the Post .Office IS -Miham, Toxaj, under act of Con^reu. 'm Pr im u not reap tnainle for aiifUMi com nu li- ra' > u, ani when of a pjraonal nature tbey tnuac *1- /i bo p*id for. •TO SUBSCRIBERS Vny •utacribor who fails to receive this paper Pft> aptly and regularly will confer a favor upon the "Mi (gamant by notifying him at once of any Buch •tut tcoming. ^ * I «. - * V' ' • « t 4 * • • • • • • * ADVERTISING RATES * ,<■ The Preas has the largest guarantee cir. eolation of any country paper in South Texas * and many of its' attVekising contracts Were made on thb bakU of the Press circulation whan it Was a four page afternoon paper. Some of these contracts have been carried on at a loss since the big 92,250 circulation con. test, thr* more IVmr* doubled our ci...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Press — 25 June 1913

J4 BRENHAM WEEKLY PRESS 4 BRING THEM TO YOU BY TELEPHONE YOUR PHYSICIAN, YOUR BUTCHER. YOUR BAKER OR ANYONE ELSE YOU WISH. have you a telephone in your home? m h *• YOUNG NEGRO BOY IS VICTIM OF MISTAKE OCCURED AT FAIR GROUNDS Was Mistaken For Negro With Whom Banks Had Had A Juarrel A ' Short Time Before Robert Banks mistaking ft. II. Secrett for another person ar the Brenham Fair Ground.-; Friday ev..- that Kfe was Vfery"~friemlly *-ich i«oih the inquest Friday evening. Those who were present at the Fair Grounds when the tmgedy co- cured say that Banks and K'ishu Fields had had a fight during the earlier evening, and that Banks was expectng more trouble with him. Banks was in a buggy talking to I. . Secrett near the clump of tree in the center of the Fair Grounds, it was dark and people wera pass'ng by. Suddenly he jumped from the buggy and fired at a form that was approaching! Then it was discover- ed that , he had shot the wrong per- son. No one probably regrets -he in- cident mor...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Press — 25 June 1913

A #<l nnHnnHnnl PAYS IN PROPORTION TO CIRCULATION WITH A COMBINED DAILY, WEEKLY and SUNDAY KPWI. 1-1 LARGER THAN ANY COUNTRY PAPER IN SOUTH TEXAS ,, - r ■ • >&. , v" .* KJ\ oOffers Superior Advantages To the Live Advertiser at Published in Plain Figures Every Day. ; UMMNHH1K MRUMNHMUh! Fresh Meats of all kinds Smoked Beet. FHckled Beef, Fresh Sausage .'Patronage Solicited C. L.'[SAQER, F*roprietor W{ £ mm 4 -affiMM 1 -No-More jCleans them all dean. llSC mi * • 4 Mu or U of onr Bc >* (prinUa is twwl, WWN, ' WXMtLY PMM Earnest Seelhorat;.. J^rneet Miller; ,W J Cox; Frank Yotk.T^eTson oeeney; Will Seelhorat; Lojjuyn Wil- fer; John Mathia Jr., Will Erribrey; Ray Roberts; Eugene Ever be.*i : Ho ward Wood; Ben Schmid; Trvin Won Miss EllioJ. Msa^ir, one ,/j£ the meet prcrr.lncit young ladiei , if, Houston who is here on a vuit to j meyer; Robt. Thompson; Jarcd Col Miss Carolyn Giddings, was the hon- l'n® Tas Clay; Tj. G. ^OWdfTi^s Jrj Jelightful dance that ,vr,s Au*' Lindemann...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Press — 25 June 1913

Hi I.i lljTMM * '' < " ' •f.- Mrs. —r--'rs6rr*r-: •-' * "• A>--" ' ■ AewhaH WEMtt PfcfcgB ▼ v.?Tk HOW MANY TIMES WULtHFY STAND LAUNDERING ? If «en( fn u« V'Ur I ncn will <'iv * , tliP m.i\iitnun.m first-Huss serv- ice, 'nr we launder it cart-full >■, thoroufiti'y null (SKNTl.Y. The lif • > f vnur shbt-i * r«if+. fol- iar*, 1 r sbimvru t<. litou -I ins etc., vii ! be surj>ii-i u'y long if sent to .i • Brenham . t Steam Laundry Texas is in Town Don't Foil to te; him a«eoc PHONE 9 Brenham, • >- A. GAJESKE* plumser Has moved hi« shop to the old Rouse building not to Healv's, wh<>r<< hp will he pleased to hav« you ■ nil and see the line of plumbing supplies he carries The Sweetness of low Prices Seldom Equal the Bitterness of poor Quality CHICKENS and EGGS to Ship direct to us. Get the top market prices. Quick returns. We charge no commission. Buy direct 'from the farmer. Houston Packing Company HOUSTON, TEXA'S 10 ONLY —lO Special Sale Beginning June 2...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Press — 25 June 1913

-v*n ■ H^VBi J Jill 'r ■. ■ , W " ■ ' .}.■ ■ A ' ." 'f ''' * •JJJW v\ / ,■ . >- t • ■*, GHMmm •s > '. w r y, I p - t: I - V-i „K> 1 TOfVffi'V^irTF*** v ■tea BRENHAM WEEKLY PRESS "JUNErEENTH" IS ASUCCESS Fit ST DAY OF CELEBRATION PASSED INTO HISTtfttY TWO PARADES WERE HELD V* ' Grand Ball At Colored Fireman'* P*rk And At The Fair Grounds In the years gone by there may have been tnore successful Emanci- pation Celebrations held by the Col- ored people of Brenham, with larger crowds in attendance, but the affair they aro pulling off this year U some little success itsself, and by the number in attendance shows that it has received some attention from the colored population of the State. The collating proper began with the strc (| parade Thursday. The first parade was held by the Fair Grounds Assn., and was a good pa- rade, with the Seaport Colored Band from Galvsston featuring promi- nent. M. V, Browning, the God- decs of Liberty And her escort 0. L. Bridge of Galveston were w...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Press — 25 June 1913

- '.hi.. mm VBNHAM WEEKLY PRESS •r t:!e pro- of said ussessed ent for taxes •tor bounty. ids and For the find the credit [ge. ssioners. EVERY SUIT olcatto. 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 JUST A MOMENT MR AUTOIST! We Have A Few Words To Say Anent The Employment Of The Muffler Cut-Out here G< N. Hyman MRS. EMMA W.[LINN THE SPECIALTY STORE Sacrifice Sale of Women's and Children's Rats, beginning today- Thursday. June 12, and lasting until after June 19th—-55 hats wilt- be sold at $1.98 each, se'ling originally from $4.98 to 16.98. Come early and make your selection. Next to Press Office Phone 4-7-4 Probably the autoists think we your peace. Hut listen further lave been advising them, or rather the expert goes again: trying too, quite frequently of late "The u89 of a well designed and —we'll plea gu...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Press — 25 June 1913

■SgBg 14. ■ '*■ ■ '>■'v4"' '•• ' V-fe- k - *' 1 11 'I'" " ' '■' ■' MiIf—M4—————I1 MMH GOOD SERNONS ifl vC '' ' • "V/*. v ' ■f v.^'v(, 1$ I <;V .• .f> .v*; v;:'. ■ .Alys ■ • • T £>•••?:■, • • i " X "* ' '' , I * ;V«A, IMETAL] SHINGLES Put on 26 .Years Ago arc at c30^ as nf w •n" ^ve t never r.cec!;d repairs—never ccoc! cU3Gt;j.i of any Lind, ex oept cn occasional coat of paint Fite-proof - Lightning-proof Storm-proof Don ( 8 until yoi • , r f % , ■«•*• "f '■ AO: , i Erenham, ' V. ■. ■■•■w (Continued from paife 1) m ***■ ,mmmi - Pate' Sweets ' '!■'. <- • *' • '-K I -4'r-- >■ * .he Summer Girl i will enjr y our summer bev- T'w,wir ddcoui S^DA - just right for every turn- J a:r essence of I pu. e- fruits and the le*t|ji «oda water 4'-v ; .>/ th populdu fLvor* we note aow they quencfrthe thirst. i , Alamo Avenue BRENHA#, . TEXAS iP •< :<¥* 4' A V ' : . i V M 'MM y. 4 •fl J' V f , > v.. i' W m>«S ♦ -j" ■ 1$ ' ' • - JUST WHAT KIDS LIKE "T-tf i f- ' '• fx f ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Press — 2 July 1913

■ i. r, iW. i f- • • •' :*V ' ' I L '* VOLUME 20. BRENHAM, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 2. 1913 NO. « Children's Barefoot Sandles Best Quality All Sizes 75cts. up According to Sizes Givfl the little rompers a chance to romp in reckless disregard of shoes. Give them the bare- foot freedom that every clild delights in. When we were boys and girls parents weren't so particular and bare-footed boys and girls of every de- gree pattered about in delightful neghgoe as indifferent- ly as fish in fresh water ice I if II I er, . a i . v'i- i ,3v". those were difierent times and diflerent con- **r ~ diuJ+fLrf# ynnthful inclinations remain about the snme now as then. Besides its healthful, The most heathfully hygicnic shoe is a bare-foot san- dal, far better than all-bare-foot. When men liv- ed to partriachal ages, they wore sandals or went bare-foot. One pair of sandals outwear two bair of shoes. All sizes, best quality, 75 cents up according to sizes. uaV*- - ' V \ Schramm's Fruit Jars Ato ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Press — 2 July 1913

r ,vi 'VT W tm U •: ' 1 r ■ ' BBKNHAM WEffltLY PBS88 r«& r H. &. T. C. TRAIN KILLS A YOUNG FOREIGNER Extra eastbound train No. 423,1 the death to no fault of the train traveling east drawn by a "double- crew and the body was took abroad header" on the H. & T. C. Rail- the train and brought to Brenham m \ *' H ft }L i; ;s rf 'i: ■ way, struck a man 5 miles west of Brenham Tuesday evening at 6:05 and caused Instant death to Henry Etberfield or Otto Zottmann. It be- ing impossible to determine which ma« the name of the stranger who was killed. At the time the accident occured the train was travelling at the us- aal rat* of a heavy freight train mud was rounding a curve. The young man was lying beside the track with Us body to the left of the railroad and hi* head resting on the left rail and was not seen until the engine «a* practically upon him. A large wound was made in his head, which produced almost instant death. Oth- erwise he was not mangled The engines were under th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Press — 2 July 1913

Automobile For Sale At A Sacrifice Overland Five-Passenger, Nickel Trimmings, full equip, ment. Reason for sacrifice is that I have twp. R. T. FULLER Brenham, - Texas Favorite Saloon Main Street Freeh Beer Always on Tap. Finee Winee and Oigare ia the City. Joe Marek, Prop. F. A. WINDHAUSEN •nd NiwriM to Amy part of the City THE ELITE Barber Shop Get Shaved Right Now 4—BARBERS—4 You Don't Have to Wait C. E. STOKES, Prop. Public Stenographer Am! General Collector For The Public Small cpmtttission, prompt work Harrison Hyman ' Phone 103 or 368 •> I, <t> DIXIE SALOON tiitk, Tired Feeling Try Coffee Cocktail Famous Ramos Fizz and Other Fine Drinks J. 3. WILLIAMS, Prop. V \ ¥ ¥ IF. A.;SCHMIDT, Local Agt am MOSQUITOS ARE REMAINS WERE QUITE NUMEROUS BROUGHT HERE That Brenham is woefully negli- gent in destroying the breeding pla- ces of mosquitoes, is abundantly evi- dent by the great swarms of them that infest every part of the city, and make life miserable for people that just ha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Press — 2 July 1913

WmmW< ; \|l V f-'f The Brenham Weekly Press PUBLISHED BY GEO ' TUCKER ▼M. J. TUCKER ;—. Editor On m $5.00 Om Month .50 Om Week ! .15 Tfc Weekly Ptew. one yew .1.00 f- Entered as second class matter at the Post Office Brenham, Texas, undur act of Congress. The Press is not responsible f'>r si^iu'd convnuni- catio/is, and when of a personal nature they must al- ways be paid for. iTO 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 •boric oming. r: ADVERTISING RATES ♦ • • The Press htm the largest guarantee cir- culation of any country paper in South Texas ami 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 sinoe the big $2,250 circulation con. test, that more than doubled our circulation. The present rate based on circulation is a,very cheap ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Press — 2 July 1913

mZMUAM WEEKLY PREBS I EVERY SUIT \ We btrild represent! The Highest Achievement In Merchant Tailoring and if Protected by a Gold Bond Guarantee of Satisfaction. We invite your Abo carry line Gents9 Furnishing Goods, and Felt and Straw Hats G. N. Hyman MRS. EMMA W. LINN THE SPECIALTY STORE New goods for wc/mer, and children received this ^nd'a select showing of dotted Swiss Crepe, Persian Lawns an£"t«l^ Kimonas are an attractive feature of my shop. The Hat 5*!e continues, every hat feeing v>ld at the greatest reduced price. Next to Prese Office Phone 4-7-4 HONJPBUCHANAN VISITS HIS HOME Bmkir fm* * < istinguuhed Aw ia faw auoet. 'be Ren. J. P Badtajaua, Os?r««iu a . -«^n tb* ttelii district of Trnt Mr. ftuth- will W here f-jr * we.-k on « t* hk fumiilf and friends. MwAy he «w ba?y an in- ipestfm 'A kit brjzon Utt'tr ftnA KM <A Mr. Boduous i truer*U aie Ut met bin *ni *r+ congratulat- stj% turn upoo the wot tout ht i* oo- «<jr ia the national ca^itaJ. lie a - mtU that innel...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Press — 2 July 1913

«<>• B ' 1 * f'- V" jr.V. • V1"' V ■ w "H I v/:"' ,1..-,' JUL. «t, r I '--***^1 ■>•****•- t. •- \ T^ ....«M .'ii mi— LT PAYS IN TO CtttCULATiON WITH A COMBINED DAILY, (WEEKLY and SUNDAY * . . l -^ } LARGER THAN ANY COUNTRY PAPER IN SOUTH TEXAS 4 , f, ... • Mien Swcriar MVMMtS Tolthe Live Advertiser at Published in Plain Figures Every Day. Fresh Meats of all kinds Elect* Pickled Deef, FVcsh Sauaage Patronage Solicited C. Lb' SAOER, Proprietor the revival closed sunday Etvangeliat D. L. Coale who haa been conducting a revival here for the past two weeks under the aua- picee of the Giddinga Memorial He- tbodial church cloeed the reviml finn day flight, before an exceptionally congregation. subject of. the sermon Sunday ev«n&g waa "WhyJ am a Methodist and the evangelist endeavored to set forth reasona why he preferred this, to any other existing church. From a financial standpoint the revival was also a success and Rev. Coale and his singers received a goodly sum for the wo...

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

F * HOW MANY TIMES WILL THEY STAND LAUNDERING? If sent to ub your linen will give the maximum of first-class serv- ice, 'or we launder it carefully, thoroughly and GENTLY. The life of your shirts, cuffs, col- lars, or shirtwaists, linen skirts, etc., will be surprisingly long if sent to Brenham Steam Laundry PHONE 0 Brenham, - ^ Texas l w Q. A. GAJESKE PLUMBftlf Q ■ las moved hi* shop to the oW Rouse uikiing next to Healy's, where he will e pleased to have you call and see the ne,of plumbing supplies he carries. .u- . I did the By making ouf worth more to you we make it worth • more to us. Not our idea nf a "safe and sane" Fourth. But if we must celebrate this way better have a good supply of salves, lotions and remedies in the house. Only those of tried and known worth find a place on our shelves and counters, so this' is the best place to get them. F. W, DRUGGIST Brenham, Texas CHICKENS Ship direct to us. Get the top market prices. Quick returns. We charge no commission. Buy direc...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Press — 2 July 1913

'. * i • T '■ i * ■. ( , J~-*- - ..X ' ..y- -i ' J. M ■.V' V'- i:v BRENHAM WEEKLY eraicsslMai t Basnets carts 1 J" a raviiittoi, lawyer. W rer VM *WK*a WOOD CHEAPER * WoaJ IM fr n «k« «" ""I soM at S4.00 per cord nnttl August 1 Rippetoe «SC Transfer Line nsssta *11 trains day and night. fAssmnd prompter. Public pat- .BUCHANAN ft STONE Attorneyt-a t-Law Office in Graber Building, West Side Square, Brenham Or. R. H. LENERT Pnwtiee limited to |p^ Ear, Note and Throat • over Tristram's Drag Store i: 9 to It a. m; 2 to 6 p. m.' Dr. JJL Luedemann DENTIST Office over Wittbecber'a Store O. L. BDDINS, ATTORN BY-ATLAW. Will practice in all courts. Office •oath aide pat 11c square. I Henry Grote Dealer In * Wood and Ice Brenham, Texan Dr. C. R. Ewnberg Dentiat Glddings & Glddlngs Bank Brenham, Tear. '*" k Dr. T. F. Cox Dentiat Oner WaabingtonCo. State Bank BRENHAM, TEXAS JT. EL DUFF Stocks and Commercial Paper. 618 Union National Bank Building, Houston, Texas. Will buy or aell stocks in al...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Press — 2 July 1913

BRENHAM WKHLT PRESS i M Your Telephone horizon With seventy thousand towns connected, each with every other, by two million miles of wire, the Bell horizon is mighty near a point beyond conception. Dallas is next door to St. Louis, and both are ne*t door to every hamlet in the country. Thousands of business men use this vast system daily, in profit-making and dollar-saving .hours of worry and waits avoided. Try the telephone travel method next time bust* ness in another town calls you. The Southwestern Telegraph Telephone Co. N C 8 SPORTING EDITOR HAD A GREAT TRIP SHOT GOOD AT CHICAGO AND DAY- TON AND WRITES OF US ENJOYABLE VACATION The Sporting Editor of the Press returned Monday night from the Grand American Handicap which wag held in the city of Dayton, Ohio that city which was given a rude and unexpected bath by nature last March, and which is still drying its- slef, from the flood waters of Wolf Creek, Stillwater river and Mad River, all of which join the Miami at that city, an...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Press — 2 July 1913

Roofs Put on 26 Years Ago •re*, good u new, and have never needed repair*—never need attention of any kind, ex- cept an occasional coat of paint ■ ) UMW,., Older k'da fal of o<ir There is a «cklet the alar Aa end moot ■ i-. mm a r-#f * - > * frifft;*-; - METAL FWproof - Lightning-proof roof for the new bidding, or re-roof the old, 9 «rp examined the Cortrifbt Metal Shingle^ Sweets The Critical Buyer who knowa quality and purity will a!w y buy our CHOCOLATES for better, more delicious confections are riot to be had at any price. Really fresh—and of an exquisite excellence all their own. TRY A POUND lamo Avenue M, - TEXAS WHAT KIDS LIKE Thiy are not averse to it The larger dub- m {be Oream the better it pleases the ever retre«biag taste, and a fine flavor to it that te of old and young. We make it in ail the perfectly pare and produced by the cleanest process known. Candy Kitchen f. £ourntas Bro*., Props. :*r--Fr—— TEXAS conwi !" ACREAGE (SOWS I The cotton crop of 1912, a com- i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Press — 9 July 1913

■Dr^nljatn VOLUME 20. t Jhrj BRENHAM, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 9, 1913 NO 9 Our July Clearance —■ ¥ v #■ m Sale Begins To-day All Summer Mefchahandis© In the Store at Phenomenal Price- Cuts to Force a Quick Clean Up We begin our July Clearauce Sale today, with a resolute determina- tion to scatter all onr l>ig stocks of seasonal)!®, desirable summer goods even if we have to almost give tbem away. It s a reckless manner of cleaning bouse, maybe, but it means money in your pockets and incidentally, a saving to us too. What we lose now we can't lose next year And we'll have room by and by, when early Fall Goods are crowding for room and we'll have no balance of summer goods to worry about. This is how we have been cutting prices—read and see. Linen and Lingerie Dresses Reduced $10.00 Dresses No>fc $7.50 7 00 Dresses Now 5.00 5.00 Dresses Now 3.50 Millinery now marked at less than half regular price r. DIST. TRUSTEES MET MONDAY EVIDENTLY HAS SEVERAL WIVES CONVENED AT THE COU...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brenham Weekly Press — 9 July 1913

T-R- I , , } ' IK rv i inf"-'- l:': • * ( * I r — ■ I >9M! WM. KOW/LSKI DIED TUESDAY Washington county lost on* of iU it prominent Polish residents Tues day morning at one o'clock when Mr. Wm. Kowalski died at St. Ma- ry's hospital in Galveston where he has been for soma time, and where 1m underwent an operation for ap- yandicitis. Mr. Kowalski's condition has been ettremely critical far the past few days and Ms death was not unexpec- ted Ha has been in Galveston for about two weeks. Ill* deceased is s native of Polish y *,v J r, - *t ' '% • > * 'fi Germany and cam* to this rcunty about 30 years ago. H«* leaves a wife, a brother several children and •tkar relatives ahd • host of fri*nd^ vke will moon Ma tmUn TBe funeral will be feU* from the (Mtholic church in tfrwMbm Wednes day morning at 9 o'clock* with ser- vices conducted by Rev. Father Ta- bor, after which interment will be at the Catholic cemetery. NR. J. FL SIMON'S A faring robbery was made upon the gent's furnishing st...

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