The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 50, July 1946 - April, 1947 Page: 250
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250 Southwestern Historical Quarterly
in a tree to the wolf's open mouth, and the cut of the axe bite
to the tearing capacity of the grey wolf's fangs. The only bit-
terness that its original designers have relative to the episode
is that Kerrville has not received the recognition from the sale
of the axe that they feel it deserves. Since neither Weiss nor
Krueger took the trouble to patent the invention, there was
nothing that they could do about its name. However, the cedar
axe' is generally referred to in most parts of Texas as the "Kerr-
ville Cedar Axe," and the company which sells it sometimes
refers to it as the "Kerrville design."
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