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The Brownsville Herald. fugs in the navy. DR.. E. E. WINN,
Each Vessel Must Have 250 or. tie-H Formerly of Sherman, Tex., but AIIthe Time. now of Brownsville, tenders this "Did you ever happen to think professional services to the people wlimi vmi snw .n T..ncn nr Vint. of Brownsville and vicmit'. He -TCI tfJ 3 J - j r ii i r i i I wa1oc -i crvor-iolf rf minwifprv rmfl ConsoUdated in 1893 with the DaUr Cos- oieu m s lull outnt or -- - OFFICIAL COUNTY AND CITY JOURNAL Jesse O. Wheeler, Proprielor. Brownsville, for sixteen years. Entered at the Postoffice. Brownsville. Texas as second-class matter. Terms of Subscription: Daily: Published every evening ex cept Sunday, daily by mail postpaid to about ?Gfl AQQ and a hundred wo- men. are kept busy at the Brooklyn to the naw?" nn nffininl nf thfi nn- ren. O&ceat residence, bt. nar-ies yy department recently remarked, Street, opposite convent "Just think of how many vessels. large and. small, there are and that every one has to be supplied with aoO nags, which have to be renewed every three vears! The annual cost any point in the United States, Mexico or Canada, or delivered by carrier to any part of Brownsville, Texas, or Matamoros, Mexico: One crr one-year -55,00' One copy six months 3.00 navy yard the year around. ILhe foreign nags are rather elaborate as a rule, especially the American republics, and their cost . . , . lis conseauentlv considerable. Each Wheel v:-Pubushed faaturuay, ny , . , - , , , . I aail tiosttjaid to any point in the United ""y iul."J "u 6" States, Mexico or Canada. One conv one vear ,...Sl.oU One opy six months 75 One mnv three months 50 Subscriptions invariably due and pay able in advance. Advertising rates on application. Makes all checks payable to JESSE O. WHEELER. TUESDAY, APRIL 23, 1907 flags constantly on board, the stand ard size beinjr 25 by 13 feet. The cost of making one will depend upon the design. A' simple flag, as that ot .trance, costs comparatively lit tle, while to make that of Salvador means just $52.50, it being a verita ble landscape. .China s flag amounts to about $40 and that of Costa Rica, which runs to scenic effect, nearly $50. 'The largest American flag used J ABIES B. WELLS cAttorney at Law - Successor to Powers & Maxan, Powers & Weils, Wells & Rentfro Wells, Rentfro & Hicks, Wells & Hicks, Wells. Stayton & -Uleber: I buy and sell .Reai'Estate and investigate land titles. A complete abstract c. all atles of record inj Cameron County, Texas. Practice in all state and federal courts, when especially employed. Land Litigation and corporation practice. Combined with ood qualify MaKe Richardson Superl alive Curfairvs TheMost DesirableCurlainsforlhemoflO THE PEOPLE'S DUTY. The Herald feels that it cannot ks 19 by 3G -cet ani costs There too strongly urge upon all residents are eight sizes of the American flag JJ UPHOLSTERY CO. ot Brownsville tne importance or "m ,Bm:ncnx, nncT , nnCT ,,,, to assist the expensive than the foreign flags by jceiuun m ; r,tt;r.o- reason of -the fact that they are P. O. Box 116 Brownsville, Texa5 town m thorough sanitary con- special machine that cuts out the dition. The sanitary ordinance will stars, stamping out 100 at every t 1 fr . T T . t I r.Al'n De puonsnea m xhe hbkawj iu- . , - Homes for a million-Do you want om? morrow, and all local patrons ot V" -aSa Life mav be a struggle for you and yours the oaoer should Tead and pay close ut L"u V' Get a new start in Texas. Get on the ......... . -o-.t. OI 1110 na, aiiention to its provisioub. using eyery effort health authorities TEXAS LAND the" mayor and the city physicians also publish notices to the citizens n this evening's Herald on the same subject which are .of a most important nature. The authorities have started out in earnest to put . the town in as healthful a condition as possible and it is the duty of our people to do their part in the matter. Both health considerations and civic pride should prompt us to do this, and if neither of these reasons have anv influence, then the fact : that the authorities have determined to fine to the limit auy and every in fraction of the sanitary laws should have some effect. Brownsville must be thoroughly cleaned up ard . the mosquitoes routed from the town, and no time must be lost in doing it. The Herald extends sympathy to the Corpus Chnsti Caller in its recent trouble with, its gasoline engine and printers. The Caller, after apologizing .for failure to get its weekly edition to press and the tn mi l -r IIIIII'MI I flTI 1. Ill I 111 . . m. ... ... . . Both -V T ,-i - i i land, ine last cneap icrtue iarrn land om, n .xMtxu. iUu5 jn the Unjed StaJes Take your ch0;ce iiiiu iii eiui woiji.. mis uar is a blue field, with the arms of the United States in the center. The design is entirely hand embroidered with the finest silk and requires a month of constant effort." New York Herald. A Dangerous Cargo. There was great excitement one day some years, ago at a small Rus sian port on the Baltic. The cap tain of a newly arrived foreign ves sel was arrested for the alleged crime of having attempted to bring a large number of dynamite bombs into the country of the czar. They 14,000 acres on the Rio Grande river, llrewster county S 2.00 per acre S.O00 acres imp. ranch, Kimble county 2.25 per acre 8,000 acres, valuable ranch, imp., abundant water, Kerr county. . . . 2.50 per acre 21,000 acres. Webb co., alternate sections .... 3.00 per acre 17,000 acre ranch, nrKR., Webb co . 2.75 per acre o0,000 acres, one oi nnest ranches in Kerr count', hic-hly improved 3.50 per acre 40,000 acres on K. Grande, mairnificent ranch 3.50 per acre 3,bb0 acres, partly irriga ted, on Llano nver.hne improvements 5.00 per acre Z.214 acres on Nueces river, McMullen co... 5.00 per acre FRANK RABB Real Estate Agent Brownsville. Texas Have for sale some choice pieces of agricultural land in large and small tracts. Also have a number of tracts of grazing lands. OFFICE: Store of Juan H. Fernandez brought the unhappy man before the judge, who happened to be one ho.000 acres on 'Leona of the few intelligent men in the nver, agncultural.open towr, I land 6.00 per acre ctm Li. i i uj -3 j.t ou uuu acres liimmitt anu Where are the bombs ?" said the t aSalle munt;rs. near judge. Woodward land 7.00 per acre On board the ship, sauHhe po- 21,500 acres near Encinal, lice. "Thfirn !a .i small rnr of magmheent land. . . , . 6.50 per acre them.' Go judge, and fetch one." said the the police. u cannot convict, said the judge, ''unless I have the material evidence. Bring me a bomb. With much trepidation and many . lateness of its dailyedition .owing to precautions they at last brought one on a cushion of cotton wool. The judge laughed a. most unjudicial laugh. "That," he said? "is a cocoanut." And so it was. a break-down of the engine and explaining that, even after another engine had been substituted, the ' daily had to be printed at another office- adds tbe following plaint: During the past two or three weeks we have been in a peck of trouble, two or three printers,being "out of the ring'' and then the gasoline "popper" had to be "pro; .strated" with internal troubles. Yes, The Herald can sympa hize most feelingly with its brother in distress. . It has heco there it- .self . ' Tt sandy, well improved, artesian water, Mc Mullen count- 6.50 per acre crt a i l. 4,UU acres Nueces val io.uuu acres uiacic, gooci farm land, 12 miies of railroad, Bee county.. S.00 per acre acres chocolate loam, on R. R., 95 per cent agricultural, La- Salle county 8.00 per acre 50,000 acres, artesian, highly developed, rail road runs through it. . 8.00 per acre 85,000 acres, R. R. runs through, 98 per cent agricultural 10.00 per acre 47,000' acres .Nueces co., black and chocolate loam, railroad 10.00 per acre The Corpus Christi gun has im proved its appearance quite notice ably with the new dress "which it donned lately. .The Sun shows gratifying signs of prosperity also .in such an increase of business as s to necessitate an addition to the editorial and business force of the . paper. Rrinrfc Hnmi a Rr!rli Among .the passengers expected by tonight's train areMr. and Mrs. .H. E. Edson from San Antonio. " itfhzn Mr..Edson, who is connect ed with the, Brownsville Undertak- ipg Co,, left a few dars ago forf San- Antonio, he went a lonely bachelor, and it was a surprise to 'many of his friends to learn that he. went for the purpose of bring ing, home a bride. The marriage took place in San Antonio Sunday. -jthe young lady being Miss Emily fWantinoof that city. Mr. and Mrs. Ed-ioa begin their wedded "life with the best wishes of many friends for fi-long and happy wed ded life. ' ' A Long Gams. In the summer of 1S40 Henry Clay went to Kentucky on his vaca tion. Three nights after his arriv al at a certain springs a sociable game began. In the game were Mr. Clay, Josiah Blackburn, John Hardin and Sam Clay, a cousin of the- statesman. It began on Friday night and ran along with varying luck. They were all old hands and had the nerve to back their cards At 12 o'clock:Saturday night Black- burrfduit a little, ahead. He had been married only, two months and was afraid Jiis young wife would 4hink he was' dead. " Suhdav morn-' THE ADAMS KIRKPATRICK CO. t HICKS RLDG SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS Ancient Coffins. The coffins of the ancient Egyp tians were made of marble and stone. The Romans used similar receptacles for their dead, and Al exander the Great is said to have been buried in-a coffin of solid gold. In parts of England glass coffins have been founds The. Athenian heroes -were buried in coffins made of cedar, owing to its aromatic and .incorruptible qualities, while the fi first, record of wooden coffins .in LAND FOR SALE Farms and Ranches Tracts of 40 and 50 acres and upward to suit pur chasers. Situated near Browrfsville. Suitable for Truck and Sugarcane, Cot ton, Corn, Etc. Address, BOX BROTHERS, ISABEL, TEXAS, or phone with instructions to have message delivered. Fall Use of Moon Brotfier Buggies, Runabouts, Phaetons, Carriages, Siirries, and Spring Wagons Come.in. We can please you in Quality, Style and: Price. Also Weber and Columbus Wagons, Phenix Safes Fox Typewriters. INSTR JJMEN1 LIRE Pianos, Pianolenos, Piano Players, Organs, American and Mexican Music Modesto Gonzalez J. W. LAMB, Manager I 1 Brownsville, Texas II PROMPTNESS q4ND LIBERALITY ddd The Merchants' , NATIONAL BANK W. 0. Coleman, OF BROWNSVILLE Capital Stock. $100.00 U. S. Government Depository 30 LAND AGENT. For Sale San Benito LAND and TOWN LOTS. 10, 20, 40 and 160 ACRE BLOCKS. New Brownsville Land Company Office in old Union Bakery Bunding west Sids Elizabeth' Street. - i S. D. Hanna, - Manager ing at 9 o'clock some one rapped on W?, OI, wooaen corans .in th?-do6r. It was opened and a ne- EnSf fctcs back to the days of gro girl stood in the. hall. She had a clean .shirt in her hand, and on the bosom was" a note from Har-? din's wife, "For Sir. John Hardin. wherever he can be iound." The door was closed and play resumed. Hardin changed his linen at the table. . The Turkey Buzzard. Some- one has taken-thc trouble to search out an .attribute of beau ty in ,the common, and repulsive looking bird known , as the turkey buzzard. His flight is said to he the perfection of aerial navigation, and the manner in ivhich he floats upon the still, soft, air of the south ern climes is a -dream of -grace and loveliness. But when he , alights poetry takes its flight, and the mar velous soarer is found to be the ! homeliest and most unattractive of birds. His tastes are low, for he is a natural scavenger. He is bald, Cmniercial.prmting at.HERALD Aing Arthur. Tins monarch was .supposed to have been buried in the hollowed trunk of a gigantic oak- tree. 1 J-atent collms were invented in 1796,. and metallic air tight cof fins were advertised at Birmingham Bachelors. 'Bachelors can be found roam ing at . large in all parts of the world," writes Tom Sfasson in the Delineator. "They inhabit apart ments, clubs, open fields, bodies of water ana music nails. Tney aren also seen behind the scenes. They hover atr,times near front gates and have been. found in back parlors with the aid of a searchlight.. Bach elors are nomadic by nature and variable in their tastes, never going with one girl long enough to be dangerous. Bachelors make love easily, hut rarely keep it. Eich bachelors are hunted openly- and scraggy, rusty looking, awkward shamelessly and are always in great and repulsive. Pride seems to have been left .out of his nature, and his manners are simply-atrocious. - No self respectingv'hird-will, associate! with him. danger. Those who finally escape are as a rule useless ever after ward." Spain's salt works extract 350,000 pounds of salt yearly ?frpm .the sea. The Metropolitan Only Up-to-Date Short Order Restaurant - In the City. Regular Meals 25c SPECIALTVIN LIJNCHES FOR TRAVELERS, Furnished Rooms 50c and 75c. J. A. CL0ETTA, Proprietor.- -Next to Crixell Saloon, Brownsville,- Texas Gulf Coast Line Nurseries Kfngsvllle, Texas. Everything in trees, plants and vines to develop horticulture in this new semi-tropic Texas that is, everything of certain adapta bility as to sort and variety. Almost all fruits succeed here, but only in certain special varie ties or. grafted- on special roots. 'We handle these only. Write for Catalog and. Price List. OFFICERS DIRECTORS E. H. GOODRICH, President IchaMcAHen, Jose Celaya, L T. Ptyoi JOHN McALLEN, Vice President Mlsnel FemanJei.-Jr. J. G. FERNANDEZ, Cashier E. H. Goodrich, O.C. Sander. I. C.Ptnuiiei E. A, McGARY, Assistant-Cas'aier. Itoilet supplies rV Si g r-i Our stock of toilet necessities was never more complete than now. The first time vou come to our drug store ask to look Steta nS WIILMAN'S PHARMACY SRyffi, the moment, Q' but it will con- vice you that pfaone 48. Mail and Phone Orders we can serve you better than proinptiy Attended To. anyone else. We are doing everything in our power to make this the best and most convenient drug store for you to trade with.J Special messenger service! 1 1 Dr. V. P. ARMSTRONG SURGEON ... Brownsville Texas El Golfo Hotel, At, t,he Morket. Place, MATAMOKOS, MEXICO. Regular Me.Is. Short'Qrfers." Ixlginff. Breakfast Dinner Supper 50c Mexican Moijey. 'ste " ' " Mercantile and Topographical Map OF THE CITY OF. BROWNSVILLE For Sale by Louis" Kowalski at 30 Cents Each. A. GOLDAMMER CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER Plans and Specifications Fur .Kis&ed as Sbort Notice ' RACYCLE AGENCY Wheels boughtt sold, rented and repaired. Brownsville Undertak ing Co. - Telephone 123. T. A. KINDER, Attorney-at-Law. Combe Building, BROWNSVILLE, TEX. MASON APARTMENTS, Large cool rooms. Two blocks west from depot on Levee street:" BROWNSVILLE, TEXAS. Union Bakery John Thielen, Manager BreadrBiscuit; Cakes, Etc., Made Prom Choicest Brands of Flour EMraetk Street, IrsmevSie, Tex THE FAIR Branch House of "El Globo" Hosiery, Underwear, Umbrellas, Handkerchiefs, Laces, Embroideries, Ribbons, Lace Curtains. A. Garza & Bro., Proprietors The Kimball House Rates $1.50 per day ; Table Set With the best the Market Raymondville, - - Texas. Ruhmann & Cook J PLUMBERS.... Installation of Gasoline Engines and Paaps a Specialty. Matamoros Hotel MeaJs Mexican Style Rooms and Meals $1.25 a day U. S. Cy. Gwidainpe. Gbgz4ez, Mgr. . if i J .J i 4 'A i 3 1 V F J .