Brenham Evening Press. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 228, Ed. 1 Friday, January 24, 1908 Page: 3 of 4
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WALK-OVER SHOES MAKE YOUR FEET GLAD
. WHEN WALK-OVERS SO ON. TROUBLE SOES OFF
Try a pair and be convinced. Walk-Overs are guaranteed solid leather. Walk-Overs are tl
and serviceable shoes in the market. The illustrations below are only a few of the many s
we have. Remember the price, always $3.50, $4.00 and $5.00.
WALK-OVER SHOES are always on dress parade. Hero
la the popular ECHO model, designed for men who desire
pronounced style without sacrificing good taste or comfort.
It looks pretty well here, still better in our window, but best
of all on your foot. See what a variety of leathers and
styles we can show you in our store.
$4.00 and $5.00
GUN METAL CALF:
Did you ever stop to think how people are judged by their
shoe*? If you wear this WALK-OVER SHOE, your good
sense is evident. Its a practical expression of shoe wisdom.
Made on the Laurens last, a new Walk Over model. Every
line a curve of beauty, and every curve a work of art. A
shoe in which the maker and wearer take equal and justifi-
$4.00 and $5.00
GUN METAL CALF:
VICI KID and VICI CALF:
Do you want a conservative shoe? Here it is for
you. A straight last much liked by men of quiet
tastes. The MANHATTAN. Not an old uirh’b sh'-e,
but a shapely, attractive model for all men. Its a
WALK-OVER, therefore stylish. See it in our store
in various patterns, styles and leathers.
If you’re particular about the style of your shoes,
Bee this one op your foot. A. fetching style and a
comfortable last. We carry the Junior in nearly every
kind of leather. Call and select ttje one' liked best.
PATENT LEATHER: *
GUN METAL CALF:
$3.50 and $4.00
L. C ROBER TS
Tho (Incut Coff<«‘ SuleutulF
NEW TIN SHOP.
We are now located in the
old market building, oppo-
site Suter Bros., and are
prepared to do your Tin
and Repair work. ROOF
ING and GUTTERING our
Plumbing and Cisterns.
Phone 53, 4 ring*.
mad*-, haa recently lu t'd pr diu-ed by
Dr, Mh«>op of R idun, Win. Y«u tlon'i.
know have to hill it Iwtn'y or thirty
minute*. “Mads lit u minute" soy*
the duour ''Health t'oir.e'' t* ready
the cUD'ent Coffee Imitation eter v>'l
produced Not a gain . f roil coffee
In it ei her. Ileanh toffee Imitation
in made from lure ton,ted ceres In . r
Brail.a. with mult, mita. etc. Iten ly i.
w uld fo I an expert- wt ae he to un-
knowingly drink U for coffee
W. W. BUTLER
Brick Work, Stone Work, Tile
Cement Sidewalk Work
Good work and prompt service.
Your orders solicited. Let me
figure with you.
W. W. BUTLER
The Fire Friday Morning.
There was an incipient blase at
the cottage corner of Baylor aD«l
Academy streets, in the northern
part of theoity, at an early hour
Friday morniog. There was no
alarm turned in, but Mr. Fritz
Hartmann, of Hartmann &
Schsffer, saw the smoke from the
s top, and the occupants carring
out their household good#, so
without waiting for help, or the
alarm, he picked up one of the
colored drivers awaiting at the
city hall th go to work, hitched
up the city horse to the hose
cart and made a das for the fire
It was a cool morning and the
horse felt good and after he had
warmed up getting over there
and turned round he made a
break return, came near turning
over the cart and threw Mr.
Hartman off spraining his ankle,
and ran back to town with the
cart alone, but fortunately he
was stopped before doing any
The fire was a flue burning
"When is a lie not a lie ?’*
"When it is half true V"
"When it is a perfect shame,”1
Friends No Longer.
“When We Were Friends” was
the bill at the Grand Thueeday
night, and a fairly goad boose
W. El Patton’s name as the
author, sod one of the partners
in the management, helped draw
the crowd, put it hurt Patton’s
reputation with the attendants.
It seemed to be the universal
opinion that it was a very poor
play, and poorly presented.
There has bee so many good
shows here this season that an
audience is disappointed now
unlees it is a god one;
ENNINGTON & SCHULZ,
Office over First National Bank
This company having placed in
operation a large number of di-
rect through circuits between
the important towns in Texas
and Arkansas is nnabled to offer
its patrons a more prompt, ettl
cient and comprehensive Long
Distance service than heretofore.
No intermediate stat ions on these
circuits, thus insuring a minimum
A new line has just been com-
pleted from Howie to Ringgold,
which is thero met with a line of
the Pioneer Telephone Company,
thus furnishing a first-class ser-
vice to Oklahoma City, Guthrie
and Western Oklahoma points.
MMl CB £
O. L. EDDLN S,
Will practice in all courts. Office
south side public square.
Ou *1 light.
"Out of sk-ht, out of a.lnd,” ih mi
old saying which a|>|ilii'n with upcciul
force to u khie burn or wound that's
bean trextod with llucklori'H Arnica
Halve. It * out of sight, out of mind
and out of existence. Piles too and
chilblains dim[>|H>ar under its healing
influent'll (iunranteed by Jos. Tris-
tram, druggist 25c.
Triil i st"nh treatments arc being
mailer nut free, on request, by I)r
Skoop, liscloo, VVIs. These tests sre
proving to the pe >pla mithout a
Have your house] insured
Mrs, Emma Simmons,
I will dis-
A rail supply of the popular Patent
Medicines, Toilet. ArtlcUitand line
Perfumeries in endlaae variety.
carefully and accurately compounded
Stall hours, day or sight.
Phone No. 64
writes your prescription on
the handiest blank be has.
No matter whose name is
on the blank, it is your
privilege to take it to the
druggist you prefer, and we
ask that yon bring it here.
There sre reasons.
g ats everywntrc n< Dr Shih>j»'s Ca-
tarrh Remedy Sold by K. W. Hproeu.
State ok Ohio, uitv ok (
Tolklki. Lucas Cocmty ("
Kr.nia J. Cliennc) tuakt s oath that
he Uarnlor partner of in* firm uf K. J.
(Jlienncy A Co., doing bsslncss In the
city of Toledo, County and State afore-
said, und that s*ld firm will pay t he
r own dorr
Free delivery to any part of
Telephone No. 112-5
THE DIAMOND AMONG
will nay the
•uni-of ONK HONOUR!)_________
for each and every case of Catarrh
that cannot be cured by the use of
Hail's Catarrh Cure.
FRANK J. CBKNNEY.
Sworn to before me and suliacritied
In my presence, this nth day of De-
cember, A. D. 1896.
(SCAL.) A. IV. GLEASON.
Hall's Catarrh Cure fa taken In-
ternally. and acts directly on th<>
LANGE MFG. GO-
Makers of Galvanized Steel
Cisterns, Flues and Gutters.
Plumbing and repair work s
will pay :
ace and a
3g and ch
i for this p
node by n
is kind, tl
pores yet t
XL S. Williamson,
Boys all kinds of country
Free Delivery. Phone 25,
blood and miootu suffice* of th
system. Send for te.tlmonlala free.
F. J. CHKNNKT A OO.
Amity Pill* for oon-
and BOJTUNC WORKS,
, FRITZ RUBTZ, Prop.
S-ild by all dr
A good lunch, a palatable lunoh,
with all kinds of liquid refreshment*
Large, cool, airy hall, electric fane, a
cordial welooeee and polite and at-
tentive *er vice.
is one that stanus alone by rca
son of ite exceptional age, purity
and flavor. That ‘‘diamond”
you'll find in our stock first time
you call. Let that be soon so
you'll have an early opportunity
to inspect the gem.
THE FAVORITE SALO N
To Be Reopened Saturday,
The Model Bakery will be re-
opened Saturday for business at
the old stand and willoonti
furnish the public with first
clsas bread, cakes etc. 1-tt if
Oid Fashion Bock wheat and
New Ribbon cano syrup at
Wittbecker A Hoting
Thty Make Em Nrt OeeA
The pleasant purgative effect ex-
Thirty-two loaves of Bread for
$1.00. RHll deliver 25 cents
worth to say part of the city.
Special pi ices on bread fer bar-
becues, picnics, etc Agent for
Dr. Beck’s Vimo,
GRAIN, HAY, WOOD AND
Hoase and yard Jae. A. Wilkins'
warehouse, next to VL.A.
Wood 4 Co.'s.
A fall line of the best WHISKY,
« CIGARS, ETU.
Regular Meals and Short Orders
of everything the market
Good service, polite attention st
Bar and Restaurant *
Fresh. Gold Beer always on tap
CBAS. STOKES, CHAH. ROWLET.
J. S. WILLIAMS,
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Tucker, George. Brenham Evening Press. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 228, Ed. 1 Friday, January 24, 1908, newspaper, January 24, 1908; Brenham, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth520185/m1/3/: accessed April 21, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Library Consortium.