FRIDAY, DECEJ5EER 31, 1909.
THE UKOWXSViliLE DALLY HERALD
For Sale or Exchange
All or any part of 180 acres of vineyard in the best
grape section in California, near Lodi, and only 100 miles
from San Francisco. Both steam "and electric railroads.
Over 40,000 acres of vineyard in the country, and among
beautiful homes and splendid schools.
My reasons for wanting lo exchange this fine property for land in
this valley is that I have, after three years' trial, decided to make my
permanent home here, and wish lo get my holdings closer together.
If you are interested call and see me at Harlingen, Texas.
J. N. KILGORE
The following observations were
I taken" at the South Texas Garden for
fthe 24 hours ending at eignt o'clock
Brownsville. -Texas, Dec. 31, i909.
Meteorological data for 24 hours
ending at 7 a. m. today. . i
Barometer at 7 p.-m. yesterday 30.24
Barometer at 7 a. m. today. . .
Temperature at 7 a. m. today. .
Maximum .temp, yesterday. . .
Minimum temp, this morning.
CUT RATE DRUG STORE.
We will henceforth conduct our business on the cut rate
plan. It matters not what you need, the prices are
slashed at the
CUT RATE DRUG STORE.
FORMERLY THE RIO GRANDE DRUG STORK.
eth Street between 12th and 13th Streets, Brownsville.
Tonight or Saturday, unsettled
weather. Rain tonight or Saturday.
Moderate southerly winds.
Oklahoma Tonight and Saturday
unsetled; rain tonight or Saturday;
warmer tonight in eastern portion,
East Texas tonight and Saturday
unsettled; rain tonight or Saturday,
warmer tonight in northwest portion,
colder Saturday in interior, moderate
southerly winds on coast.
FRANK W. KIBBE R- E. HOLLAND
KIBBE & HOLLAND
Putegnat Bldg. Notary in Office Brownsville, Texas
Tames B. Wells, Attorney-at-Law
- Successor to Powers & Maxan. Powers & Wells. Wells & Kentfro.
Well. Rentfro & Hicks. Wells. Stayton & Kleberg.
I bay and sell real estate and investigate land titles. A complete abstract of all titles of record
it Cameron County, Texas. Practice in all State and Federal Courts, when especially employed
LAND LITIQATION AND CORPORATION PRACTICE
I'ostollice Improvement Soon. The
plans for enlarging the floor space.
aaamg aaationai noses and two gen-:
eral delivery windows instead of one.
at the postoffice have been approved
at Washington, and Postmaster Rent
fro is expecting the work to begin any
Postmaster Rentfro Confirmed. 1
Among the other Christmas gilts that '
came to Brownsville people through'
the mail was a notice to R. B. Rent
fro that his appointment to the posi.
tlon of Postmaster had been con-
firmed hy the Senate-just before its
j adjournment last week. Mr. Rent-
fro, who has been postmaster, by vir-1
tue of recess appointments, for more '
than, a year will be entitled to hold I
.the office for four years from the date ;
of his confirmation.
Candies Pure and Sweet. Plow's ,
delicious Xmas candies, two, three .
and five pound quantities. Beautl-,
ful boxes. A splendid assortment of
holiday goods. Save money by i
purchasing your Xmas gifts at St. !
Joseph's Drug Store, Twelfth street, i
near Washington. j
Gregory, Batts & Brooks and Sam'l -Spears
We have formed a partnership under the foregoing natre for the transaction of our law ousiness in
the Ijwer Rio Grande Valley. Offices will be maintained at Brownsville and San Benito.
The business of Gresrory. Batts & Brooks at Austin will be maintained as heretofore.
T. W. GREGORY. R. L- BA.TVS. V. L, BROOKS. SAM'X, SPEARS.
Office in the Browne Building. Brownsville. Texas. May 1. 1909.
R. J. SWEARING EN
CHAPIN, : Hidalgo County, : TEXAS.
Laundering Dainty Garments
Such as Shirt Waists. Skirts, lingerie, etc. is a part of our '.fork which is done in an ex
cellent manner. . ." We should also do a!l of your flat work. Our prices for this arc
vtry low and we do it better than you can do it at home.
Telephone No. I
The Model Laundry
r Sale Cheap for Cash
Good business location in San Benito, Lots Nos.
6, 7 and 8, Block No. 27, Call or address
CLAY'S BAKERY, p. O. Box 1 76. BrownsvUle, Texas
LIVERY A XI) FEED.
Brownsville Transfer Co.
Livery, Feed and Sale Stable
One Block Northeast of Miller Hotel
Phone No. 6
Real Estate Brokers
Rio Grande Valley Irrigated Farms and Gulf Coast Lands
We have some attractive hnrp-a5n; near Rrowncvtllp
Fine Alfalfa, Sugar and Truck Land at Harlingen
Offices: . . . Brownsville and Harlingen, Texas
EDW. M. LEWIS
Low Priced Tracts
IT WILL PAY
Hunters to Investigate
BESTEIRO BLDG. BROWNSVILLE, TEXAS
Highest cash price paid for sec
ond hand furniture, bicycles, stoves
and all household goods. Repairing
of all kinds. All work guaranteed.
Morris Furniture Company, opposite
City .darket. Telephone 2C6.
Electricity in Federal Building.
i ne work of installng electric fixtures
in the Federal building Iftre, has been
completed and accepted by the gov
eminent and as scon as the globes
are received from the department the
juice will be turned on. This will be
in a very few days.
A pretty Hall pocket, with a calen
dar as its reason for existence, is the
New Year's gift of th'e Boston Snoe
Store to its patrons.
A Aeiv Roy. Mr. and Mrs. J. H
Kidd are the glad parents of a baby
boy, born Tuesday. Mrs. Kidd'
mother, Mrs. M. G. Desmond, of Ty
ler, Texas, arrived Sunday to visit her
daughter and assume the duties of
The members of the Mexican Pres.
byterian church will holda midnight
meeting tonight to watch the old
Ah entertainment will be held this
evening at the Mexican Presbyterian
Mission School for the purpose of
raising funds for a church building,
i-roonuiy tue iiuest celery ever
seen in Brownsville was received by
wise tc iewman on todays noon.
train. The celery is the product of
California and some of the bunches
weight two pounds apiece.
Sonic Vegetables A walk through
the market place on this last day of
1909 was enough to convince any
one who has just dug his way out of
the snowbound north that this is
most assuredly the promised land
there fresh from farms near
Brownsville were tomatoes, cab
bages, parsley, carrots, lettuce, rad
ishes, green onions, Bermuda ,on.
ions, eggv plants sweet potatoes, tur-
Hips and rutabagas. A sufficient
assortment From which to provide
an eatable New Year's dinner.
Rail at fatninoros .Tonight. The
twenty-seventh annual New Year's.
eve ball of the Casino Union of Mat
amoros will be -held at the Teatro
de la Iteforma in that city this even?
ingjand many of Brownsville's-maid
and gallants will -cross the .rh'ei '.:0'
night and dance the old year away
with the hospitable people of Mata
notlier advantage in saving your
money and depositing it at interest
in the First National Bank is that it
helps cut out the worry that hin
ders you from doing your best work.
We wish to thank our many friends
for their generous patronage the past
year and ask a continuance of tne
same for 1910. It always has been
and always will be our pleasure to
serve you with -only the very best and
our present plant, the finest in
Southern Texas, Is due to your appre.
elation of tnis fact. Wishing all a
happy and prosperous new year.
People's Ice Mfg. Co.
Daily Capacity Fifty Tons
WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS
The art is not in making money
but in keeping it. Are you accomp
lished in the art If you keep -it
you are saving. Saving money is a
habit that grows. Get the .habit
and deposit all your savings in the
First National Bank. 1 It
Catholic Choir Was Entertained.
At the Oblate House last night, Rev.
Father Francis Bugnard entertained
the members of the choir of the
church of the Immaculate Conception
at dinner. Tnose present were: Mr.
and Mrs. Miguel Garcia, Mr. and airs.
Grover Wagner, Mrs. A. S. Putegnat,
Mrs. Waltgenbach, Misses Nellie Kim
ball. Ray Stowe, Rose Stowe, Anita
Kowabki, Etta Kowalski. Rev. Chas.
j Zopfchen, Messrs. M. J. Slattery, . P.
Putegnat and E. F. Rorke.
B. Lonato" was, a business visitor
to Mission today.
C. B. McCullom. who visited Mc-
Allen. yesterday, returning here last
night, letf again .this moraine for
the same place, expecting to return
this evening. ,
Mrs. J. W. Albertson and' "son,
James, are visitors in town from Mis
sion. ' .
L, H Romig came down from Mis
sion last evening to spend the last
day of the old year, combining, busL
ness and pleasure.
.Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Sprague of a
Coma came down fast evening to at
tend the Union tall tonight - and
spend New Year with relatives here.
Miss Mamie Closner and brother,
John Closner, jr., accompanied by
their cousin, Miss Ella .Closner, of
Mission are the guests of the for
mer's grandmother, Mrs. M. Dough
erty for New Year's, having arrived
last evening from Chapin.
' V. V. Menier, chief electrician for
the Brownsville Electric Light and
Water plant, who has been spending
two weeks with his brother in Biloxi,
Miss., returned Wednesday night. He
reports that while he enjoyed his vi
sit there is no place like Brownsville
R. E. Wagner of Columbus, Texas,
a brother of G. C. Wagner ot tnis
city, has accepted a posjtion with the
merchants National Ban and will as
sume his duties there at once.
Dr. Works, who has been spending
the holidays at Waxahachie, Texas,
on a visit to his mother returned on
Wednesday night's train.
Miss Kate Mayes, who went to
Harlingen yesterday to attend an en
tertainment given by Mrs. W. B. Hoi.
lingsworth, returned last night.
Col. D. B. Gay of Olmito was in
town today .
Miss Mamie Closner and her cou
sin Miss Ella Closner came in from
Chapin yesterday to attend the dance
at Matamoros tonight. Miss Ella
Closner will terminate her three week
visit, to the valley tomorrow.and stare
for her home at Nevada, Mo., on the
A- J. Brooks and family, who have
just come from Kansas City to spend
the winter at Brownsville, nave ta
ken the Combe cottage on St. Charles
street, near the San Carlos hotel.
L. E. Laulom, who has been at
Hidalgo for fifteen days o'n Govern
ment business returned to Browns,
ville last evening via the, Mexican
National to Matamoros..
Fred Tate returned, to his dutiss
at Hidalgo, on the'Branch train this';
S. A. Pipes .was a passBngejt on the
morning train ( -'
C. A. Owen who is interested in
land near Hq,rlingen was a visitor
overnight in town returning to Har
lingen this morning.
Mr. and Mrs. John Rushe .Box of
the Isabel ranch, accompanied by
the former's niece, Miss Lee McCul
lom of San Antonio, are making a
hc-l'firy visit to- Mrs Box's parents,
R- . Dr. and Mrs. L. R. Burress.-
Jes-e D. Burress of San Benito is
also a member of the house party
under the parental roof, iliss Mc
Cullom is a student at the Normal
college at San Marcos and is only
here for the holidays.
We are arranging our en
tire stock of merchandise,
preparatory to making a
special announcement in
! tins column.
Our Christmas t trade was
i entirely satisfactory and we
desire to express- our grati
tude to our many patrons
It will prove profitable- to
you to -
' Read Our
We will make a drive
on standard merchandise
just as soon as our stock is
placed' in order.
From day to day , '
the big store of Brownsville
and the Lower Rio Grande
Valley, willoffer to yaw a
genuine bargain of some
kind. Read the announce
Wiit in The Herald every
E. H. GOODRICH & SON
Mortgage Loans Dealers in Real Estate
Property in Small Tracts. Gty and
Managers Cameron County Abstract
A. W. CUNNINGHAM
Office Practice Only
l. a, Chapin Geo. P.
CHAPIN CBL BROW1S
PHYSICIANS AND DENTISTS.
DR. SIZE LAN, Dentist,
i'uente liuildinir. Offi nlmn o
Residence phoue 223.
S-Jfl to 11:30 a.m.
2:30to5i30p. m. i
Office Phone 25
Residence Phone 132
Drue Store Phone 13?
Geo. S. Stell, M. D.
Office over Jose Martinez' Trug Store
Residence, Levee and 8th Street?
F. W.KIRKHAM,M. D.
Physician and burgeon
Diseases of the Eye; Ear, Nose
Cfftte ccr Putegnafs Phar
WIIjL okoa.vizk two
Prominent Masons to Institute 1 loyal
Arch Chapter ami Council of Koy
al and Select Masons..
J. C. Kidd of Houston, Gjand Mas
ter of the Grand Council of the Roy.
al and Selec. Masters of Texas and
W. A. Scott of Floresville Texas, re
presenting the Grand High Priest of
the Royal Arch ChaDter of Texas.
will be in Brownsville Monday night
for the purpose of constituting
Brownsville Chapter No. 317 R. A. M.
and Brownsville Council Royal and
Select Masons No. 253.
A. W. HILGER
Physician and Surgeon
Office over Eagle Drug Stori
ANDRE V G OLD AlVfMER
Architect and Builder
Phone 95 ' Brownsville
W. B. COX
Contractor and Builder
Real Estate and City Property
OFFICE Next door to W. U. Telegraph Office
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS
XEW YEAR'S GIFTS.
,()(( Distributed Anion" Em
ployes of Boston Elevated.
ACACIA CAMP BfcECTIOV
:!k-crs for 1010 Were
Boston, Dee, 31. Thirty- five hun.
dred conductors and motormeji em
ployed by the Boston Elevated Rail
road company each received as New
Year's gifts from the company $20
to $25 in gold as reward for gobr
records in 1900. The company dis
tributed this year $75,000, the
largest sum ever given since the cus
tom was -inaugurated seven years
W. O. GOLEM AN
Sar Benito Farm and Fruit Lands
W. O. WASHINGTON
Graduate I'nh-ersity of Texa-iand 7 years ;r.i.
tice in Texas and Mjxieo.
Special attention given to Land Survej s,
rigation. Drainage and Map Work.
At a meeting of Acacia Camp No.
690, W. O. ,W., held at Woodmen
Hall last night the following officers
were elected to serve during 1910:
Pas consul, Hy. B. Verhelle; con- 1
sul commanding, JI. Hanson; adviser '
lieutenant, N. E. Randall; banker, A. :
Turk; clerk, P. E. Starck; escort, f
J. C. Musel: watchman, n a
sentry, J. a, Cobolini; physician,!
Dr. H. K. Loew; "manager, for 3 yrs., !
Tainale Slipper. .:. ...
On Wednesday evening at her resi
dence Miss Eloisa Cavazas gave a
tamale supper to a number of friends.
There weree present , Mr and Mrs.
P. Pierce,. Mr. and MrsT. A. Kinder,
Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Rendall, Mr. and
j Mrs. E. K. Goodrich, Mr. and Mrs. H.
"j", .in. uuu -urs. y. ti. more, Mr.
and Mrs. B. E. Hinkley, Mesdames J.
P. Archer, .G. W. Rendall , W. P.
Denett, Miss Goodrich and Oscar Den
nett. Music and various games served
to occupy pleasantly the time no: ta
ken up by the discussion of the very
Taft Returns to Capital.
Washington,. Dec. 31. President
Taft returned to . Washington at 8
o'clock this morning from New York,
where he went' yesterday to attend
the wedding of his niece, TUiss'Lfluise
The regular annual meeting of the
stockholders of The Merchants' Nat
ional Bank of Brownsville, Texas,
will be held at its banking house on
Tuesday, January the 11th, 1910. at
3 p. m., for the election of directors,
and the transaction of such other
business as may properly come he-
fore the meeting.
Taking the quality of Majury's Pure
Mixed Paints into consideration, it is
without question the best to buy, the
cheapest to use, goes farther, lasts
ionger, covers more surface, than any
other paint made.
It would still be cheaper at twice the
price of a paint that did not possess its
purity and wearing qualities.
It costs as.much U apply a poor paint
as it does to apply Masury's one sat
isfies, the other does no
Hicks Hardware Co.
Wagon Covers, Et,c.
Flags Made t.o Order
j Depot for Mildew Pceventative
1212 Franklin Avenue
Phone Preston S3 1 Houston, Texa
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