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REMIHO-M d V “THE HAT SHOP” MBS, i. W. SCRIVNER A. Ottmann CONTRACTOR Concrete Walks and All Kinds of Cement and Brick Work BROWNSVILLE, . - TEXAS. Burt E. Binkley Funeral Director and Embalmer JHNNMNMMRMPMNMMBIiMMMMRMRIfltMi l See the Latest Things ' ' IN : TROUSERS. : < I ?• « the Patent Hip Grip • ! ■ - - , « > i COMPLETE LINE ; OF ! ( : SUMMER CLOTHING : : —'. ~ : 1 A. Spero. j | ELIZABETH ST. NEAR 12th. | INSURANCE FIRE TORNADO ACCIDENT LIFE W. K. MENDENHALL Brownsville, Tex. Phone 42. MOLES ID WARTS Removed with MOLESOFF; without pain or danger, no matter how large or how far raised above the surface of the skin. And they will never return and no trace or scar will be left. MOLESOFF is ap plied directly to the MOLE or WART, wihch entirely disappears in about six days, killing the germ and leaving the skin smooth and natural. MOLESOFF IS PUT UP ONLY IN ONE DOLLAR BOTTLES. Each bottle is forwarded postpaid on receipt of price, is neatly packed in a plain case, accompanied by full directions, and con tainsenough remedy to remove eight to ten ordinary MOLES OR WARTS. We sell MOLESOFF under a positive GUARANTEE if it falls to remove your MOLE or WART, we will promptly refund the dollar. Letters from personages we all know, together with much valuable information, will be mailed free upon request. Guaranteed by the Florida Distributing Co. under the Food and Drug Act, June 30, 1906. Serial No. 4T>633. Please mention this paper whjn answering. Florida Distributing Company Pensacola, Florida. ************* *************** * The Miller Hotel * * * * The Largest and Most Modern Hotel * t in South-West Texas * * * * The Most Southerly Hotel in U. S, * * . _ * * ON TO THE GULF * * * * Hear What the Wild Waves are Saying. * * * Brownsville, Texas. * ************** **************** B rowns voile YOU’LL LIKE IT Street car line under construction to Country Club. INVESTIGATE. J. B. Scott, Gen. Mgr. _ Brownsville. Texas BRICK- BRICK When contemplating to build your Residence, Busineos or Bans Building, specify our brick. Our plant U up to date. Dally capacity twenty thousand, locate* three miles north of Brownsville on the main line of the S^int Louis Prownevllle ft Mexico tallroad. Our facilities for loading from our 1 private spurs Insures prompt ehipmenta. Samples of brick will be sent prepaid upon request. Tslephone 100, Brownsville, Texas OFFICE, ALAMO LUMBER CO. Culf Coast Brick and Tile Compan MANUFACTURERS OF BRICK „ I- I. JOHHIOB, Suiter CLOTHES carried over from last season don t embody tbe style for today. If your Fall and "Winter clothes are made expressly for you by our exclusive Chicago tailors, Ed. V. Price & Co. they will be abso lutely correct in shape, pattern and workmanship, and you will have your choice of about 500 excellent new wool ens. Our prices are reasonable. Have us take your measure today. _ JNO. E RUTLEDGE Copper ore discovered in Nova Eeruba is said to be 4 0 per cent pure. Steps are being made to mine it. •---* Spratts—Miss Elder is much old er than I thought. Hunker—Impossible! Spratts—Well, I asked her if she had read Aesop’s Fables, and she said she read them when they first came out.—Home Journal. ____ .. ... _ , ARMADILLO BRAND HORSE HND11E FEED A balanced ration for all work stock composed of pure clean feed stuffs, mechanically mixed with Molasses. Gives you the MOST FEED for the LEAST MONEY. Write Call or Phone for prices on CAR LOADS TO SINGLE BAGS. Manufactured by E. H T. HOWARD A CO. Office 11 th and Levee St. < i I 1 PERSONALS 1 S. M. Hargrove of Mission is in Brownsville for a few days. Geo. Deunery is a guest at the Miller, registered from New Orleans. L. C. Donney representing a ' Houston drug firm is in Brownsville. S. T. Biggs is in the city for a few ( days, coming down from San An tonio yesterday afternoon. H. T. Cary of Lockport, N. Y., is registered at the Miller. J. C. Draper and Roy Roper of Hibbronville, Texas, are in the Val ley on a prospecting tour, coming in from Branch line points last night. — R. P. Sigmond of Galveston is vis iting local trade circles in Browns jville. Frank S. Miller and wife came down from Ravmondville yesterday. Dr. R. A. Thornton of Joplin, Mo., 'was a Brownsville visitor yesterday. Dr. Thornton owns large mining in terests in Mexico. The constant heat am an electric j radiator has been found to be excel lent for ripening fruit in the stores., -o Birthday Party. Mr. and Mrs. Jose Martinez en -te.rtained at a delightful birthday party complimentary to their daugh ter, Miss Alicia, at the home of Joseph Webb yesterday afternoon. Ice cream and cake and dainty candies were served during the af ternoon. The children invited to attend the complimentary party included Misses Sarita and Lyda Champion, Dorothy: Vertrees, Louis Wise, Alicia Kowal ski, Amelia and Lucia Fernandez; Messrs. Clarance Wise, Emile Ko walski, Willie Vertrees, Eduardo Fernandez and Raul and Ernesto Besteiro. ‘ TV* Grand Jurors Summoned. Deputy Sheriff Pat Haley is busily engaged in the work of summoning the petit and grand jurymen to serve at the coming November term of district court, which will con vene in this city on the 18th inst. Summons have been issued to six teen Cameron county citizens, who will compose the grand jury venire, while 120 names have been selected for the petit juries. The list of names selected for grand jurymen, only twelve of which will serve, follows: J. H. Bazar. N. E. Rendall, C. H. Hobbs, C. W. Win stedt, E. A. Monsees, J. L. Crawford, J. W. Satterfield, R. Bedford, J. H. Dishman, W. T. Weems, I. P. How ard, W. A. Bos?, A. T. Woodhouse, F. B. Chambers, E. J. Blunt, and C. in. Barbour. -* To F>nd B«ll Mos*. R. F. Lawson, an expert from the state department of agriculture at Austin, who has been in Brownsville for some time, employed in the work of spraying trees and shrubs to eradicate the tree scale, spent yesterday in San Benito. His trip to that city was in obed ience to orders from his department, which much desires a specimen of ball moss, a variety of orchids, which is said to be growing there, and which they plan to try out at the Austin station. Mr. Lawson’s work on the trees 'here was temporarily suspended fol lowing the rains of last week. -m Hows Your Liver? Clogged Up Liver Cause* Constipa tion and Other Serious Ailments. Cured for a Quarter. Do you know, dear reader, that the wonderful HOT SPRINGS LIVER BUTTONS are in every first class dmg ' store in Brownsville and vicinity. In Hot Springs and the southwest these wonderful little Buttons are ilmost as well known as the healing waters. Without any doubt they are the Host perfect% joyful, satisfying laxa tive ever compounded. Din’t miss the supreme and happy •elief that comes from using HOT SPRINGS LIVER BUTTONS. A single dose will prove to you that hey are just what you need for con stipation, inactive liver, disordered stomach or bowels, headache, ner vousness, dizziness or for a general leaning out of the poisons in the ample write Hot Springs Chemical ’o.f Hot Springs, Ark. Brownsville )rug Co., special agent in Browns ville. •IARBORS CONGRESS MEETS IN DECEMBER Jnusual I nterest in *t» Work Throughout Nation Will Secur*“ ® Lare° Attendance. m ■— Washington, D. C., Oct. 24.— Every river and harbor improvement gathering this year has abundantly lemonstrated the very general in :erest in the country in the utiliza iion o fthe waterways, inland and 'oast-wi'e, to meet the emergencies )f the growing commerce of the United States. The meeting of all the coordinate associations have in iicated a livelier interest than ever l>eore in waterway highways of transportation, and the indications ire that the ninth annual meeting if the National Rivers and Harbors Congress will be more largely at tended than ever. The congress will be in session in this city December 4, 5 and 6. With every political party com mitted by declaration to a more lib eral policy of river and harbor im provement, and with the Panama canal, the great triumph of engineer ing, the pride of Americans and the latest world’s wonder, nearing its assured completiotion, there is a nation wide conviction that there should be no more hesitation or de lay in perfecting national waterway improvements. Nor should there be any hesita tion in emphasizing the position taken by the river and harbor com mittee of the house in passing an annual river and harbor bill, for al ready the railroads are feeling the stress o ffreight congestion due to the demands of shippers to move the enormous crops which a bencficient Providence has given to us this year, experts estimating that the farm value of this year production will reach the enormous aggregate of $10,000,000,088. -o One California electric company supplies light and power io a terri tory 200 miles long and from seven ty to eighty miles wide. -o Wounded Boy Better. Clarence Peavy, the young man who was seriously injured by the ac cidental discharge of his shot gun is reported to be doing as well as could be expected, although it will be some time before the wound he recived will be entirely healed. The charge from the shot gun which entered the anterior portion of the groin below the right hip caused a wound nearly seven inches deep and about an inch in diametei at the place of entry. -* Backed by a $50,000 endowmem fund, an English university has es tablished a chair o coal, gas and fue industries. -* The Argentine government plan: to place one of the most powerfu telescopes in the world in its na tional observatory. I " I j II Down—has come the price of Ford 11 i I cars—to a point where you can no v* J longer afford to be without one. With ** J this reduction the Ford ceases to be jl a luxury—and becomes a necessity. Runabout . - - $595 Touring Car - - - 675 * Delivery Wagon - - 705 || I A These new prices, delivered with all equip- ' | ^ ment. An early order will mean an early delivery. Get particulars from Ford Motor Company, Michigan and Fourteenth Streets—or direct from factory, Detroit. I *;j Whittlesey Garage & Machine Co. I * ' San Benito, Texas I ft ft ft ft ^ a ft ftj ft ftft ftft ft ft ft ftft ft ft ft ft ft ft ftft ftft ft ft ft ft ft 1 THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK li < > ( | M ► , of Brownsville, Texas i > < > United States Depository Capital $100,000.00 ;; surplus an ) undivided profits $125,000.00; ;; O ._ ____' • ^HE MODEL LAUNDRY. We have recently installed in our Cleaning and Pressing department a “Hoffman Steam Pressing Machine." > In pressing cloths with this machine, live dry steam is brought. In di rect contact with the miterial, the garment Is pressed uniformly, aet and sterilized at one operation. Scorching is utterly Impossible. This process Is more sanitary than the old method and the work Is bet ter. Our operators are skillful and our prices are slightl* lowr- the*1 toc j merly. Coat and pants, steamed and pressed $.50. Coat and pants, cleaned and pressed $1.00 5 Skirts, steamed and pressed $.50. up. Other garments In proportion try U8 PHOHl No. 1 ■ . -" -i Ribbons! Ribbons! .—.-. ... \ 1 Whether it is a half yard or a yard for the adornment of the proud little Miss with her hair in braids, or twenty yards for Milady’s gown you will be sure to find us ready to serve you with a desir | able assortment in colors, grades and prices. » I } The Department Store D. Benavides & Sons. - ■ ...—i—