Obit of Dossie (Fabriguze) Brown - 1945 PART 2

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Obit of Dossie (Fabriguze) Brown - 1945 PART 2 - PIONEER— (Continued from page one) bearers....
PIONEER— (Continued from page one) bearers. Mrs. Brown is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Johnny Maxwell of Manvllle, Texas, Mrs. Austin Martin of Devers and Mrs, George E. Rush of Beaumont; one grandson. Ray Brown Rush of Beaumont and seven brothers, Grogan and Dick Fabrlguze. Devers; G. L. and J. S. P^tbrlguze, Houston and Grand, M. L. and Hugh Fabrlguze, Beaumont. Reared In Devers The former Do|Sle Fabrlguze was born and reared in Devers. She was the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Fabrlguze. • Her mother and father settled In Devers when th(»y were first mar- rled some seventy yei^rs ago. There were about three pioneer families located near Devers when the family arrived. The John S. Browns w'ere one of these families. Mr. Brown came to Devers when he was sixteen. He and his young bride built a large home about three miles south of the town of Devers and the old home Is still In fair condition. He was one of the first rice farmers In this section of the state. He also dealt in cattle on an open range before the days of fences. Seth was the oldest son and always helped manage the rice and the cattle. Mr. Brown and Miss Dos- sle Fabrlguze w^ere united in marriage on July 4, 1909. They built their ranch home and lived In the same home during their entire married life. .Mr. Brown tf>ok charge of his father’s business when his father died In 1915. He also owned and operated a mercantile store and meat market until his death In 1932. Besides the members of her ImmeKllate family she leaves many nieces and nephews and a host of admiring friends to mourn her passing. She was a devoted worker In her church, the First Baptist church of Devers. Scores of friends and relatives from the Gulf Coast region were present to pay their last respects at ‘Mrs. Brown’s funeral. CURSE OF MIDDLE LIFE Faulty kWney function. Trouble starts by the ph. of the body ^uids getting out of balance. Chemists find that if the ph. is corrected, balance restores—the body repairs the damage, removes the pain. CIT- ROS is the answer. Supplied by your druggist. For sale by Exclusive in Liberty at LIBERTY DRUG CO. HAY - GRAIN FEEDS Poultry and Stock Remedies Uncle Johnny’s Egaday Feeds LIBERTY FEED STORE 1213 Highway 90 Phone 47 FRESH YARD EGGS HOME-GROWN

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  1. The Liberty Vindicator,
  2. 25 Oct 1945, Thu,
  3. Page 6

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