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^ SHAPIRO STORE SHOE
* m MODEL nm, LAUNDHY No. 1 » - ------ /jj INTERNATIONAL SHOE STORE I 1 | Old Rip’s Bowling Alley MANAUTOU’S 1 Ideal Beauty Shop MICROS CAFE % 'm* Miss Economy has become one of Brownsville'* most alert shoppers—so naturally, when she awakes tomorrow morning realizing that a big shopping daj is before her she will be sure to send all her soiled clothes to THE MODEL LAUNDRY —thus insuring the best in laundering service and affording her ample time for a full day’s shopping. Miss Economy says “Let th* Laundry do it! Save time, trouble and worry.” At eight o’clock M iss Economy will be downtown and inspecting the many de lightful styles in smart footwear now be ing received almost daily at the SHAPIRO SHOE STORE. Here she is sure to find many of the most attractive value's and the smarter new modes in footwear. Of course Miss Economy will not w ant to miss those new fall fashions which are beginning to arrive on the famous “Floor cf Fashions" at Bollack's. Chic new hats .. . exquisite frocks . . . and all modeled af ter designs styled by foremost Parisienne and New York stylists, which have been personally selected by Mrs. Lomax. And next to CISNEROS DRUG STORE for one of those splendidly refreshing foun tain drinks. Miss Economy especially favors either of the Cisneros Drug Stores because of their cleanliness and courteous service. She then calls 607, THE EAGLE PASS LUMBER C'O., and asks to be taken to the site of her new home which is under construction. The work Is progressing so nicely and every detail so well taken care of by the EAGLE PASS LIMBER CO. that she wonden why she had not started to build yean ago and have her home half paid for by now with money that she has spent for rent, for which she has nothing to show but receipts. At twelve noon Miss Economy will drive out to THE TERRACE on West Elizabeth street, which is fast becoming the most pop ular place to lunch in town—and no won der!—for those delicious "toasted sand wiches that melt in your mouth” and that , delectable Terrace Special ice cream which is sold exclusively at The Terrace, are win ning new friends daily. Miss Economy then visit* the INTERNATIONAL SHOE STORE, knowing that their MID-SUMMER SALE is still In progress and realising that a store that is determined to sell every pair of summer shoes in stock, regardless of cost, must have some really worth while bar rains. House dresses, new fall hats and dresses, smart handbags, piece goods ... all this and more Miss Economy will want to see at Manautou’s Department Store; for no shopping tour of Brownsville is complete without a visit to this splendid store . . . everything is so conveniently arranged and attractively priced .... At five o’clock Miss Economy will certainly want to call at the IDEAL BEAUTY PARLOR where those famous Nestle Clrcullne and Eocene Frederic wave treatments are given the hair with such expert care and exquisite charm. Miss Economy says It’s no wonder this beauty selon has become so popular amonc Brownsville and VaUey women where such proficient operators assure one of the best. Miss Economy's cariosity has Wen aroused by announcements in ine Brownsville tteraia telling about the famous healthful sport to be had at THE OLD RIP BOWLING ALLEYS; so she goes down to the Elizabeth street entrance to Ft. Brown where these new alleys are located and upon meeting a friend there enters into a spirited contest. Bowling In the open air is said by physicians to be one of the most healthful sports known. Then at three o’clock Miss Economy will go to the CAPITOL THEATRE where Paul Whiteman, THE KING OF JAZZ, Is playing. The CAPITOL is always so de lightfully cool and the seats so comfortable that the matinee is almost a necessary in terlude in a full day of shop;\:ng. And now! The real treat of the day is in store for Miss Economy . . . She has a din ner date at Emma Leonard’s famous MATAMOROS CAFE. Surely nothing could be more pleasant than one of the splendid tasty dinners served to the accom paniment of tuneful dance music in the cool patio of the Matamoros Cafe.