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and to put the consuming pub lic in possession of the itutkf we say in plain wo els tfiat no one in this town can sell as good coffee as Afcteklesf Atiosa fot as little money Misbranded and make-believe Mocha and Java, or coffee sold loose out of a bag or a bin, is not as good value for the money; rior can it be sold at as narrow profit, nor reach the consumer under as favorable conditions. When you buy Arbuckles' Ariosa Coffee you get more than 16 net ozs. of straight, wholesome Brazilian coffee from the largest coffee firm in the world, with that firm's direct assurance that they are giving you the best coffee in the world for the money. ARBUCKHEJ BROS., New York Ciir. 3v li I H. c7V4. Field j I Commercial Co.! I HEADQUARTERS FOR. I John Deere Walking and Riding Plows Planters, Cultivators, I Internationalgfiarvester, Hay Presses; I Disc Harrows, Disc Plows, Hay I Tedders and Hay Rakes IN FACT A FULL LINE OE FARMERS TOOLS SOLD AT LOWEST PRICES. Old "JOE GIDEON" Pure Rye Awarded Gold Medals: , St. Lonis, Mo., 1904 SOLD ONLY 3Y . A T. Crixell &Bro. BROWNSVILLE, LAS ULTIMAS NOTED ABES JOSE BESTEIfLO Sb B1LO. -Wholesale and retail dealers in -r Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, t J Qentfemen's Furnishing Goods and Jewelry BESTEIRO Ij BROWNSVILLE, LOUIS KOWALSKI Brokerage m4 Comraissioft Carry Stock of Corn, Oats, Potatoes, Onions, Cement and Lime, Butter w on Cow stor Portland, Oregon, 1905 I V. L Crixell - TEXAS Hats, Resdy MadeCIothing, BUSLDfNC TEXAS THE DAILY HERALD. MONDAY, JUNE 22, 1907 PERSONALS. J. H. McCain come in Sunday from Mercedes. Mrs. S. Robertson was at Point Isabel Sunday. Frank Rabb went down to Point Isabel Saturday. M. Marron and - family were at the Point Sunday. R. B. Rentfr'o came in last night from San Antonio. 1 Miss S.. Putegnat is -visiting friends at-the Point. Mr. and Mrs. Verhelle spent Sunday at the seaside. J. L. Faisans and wife are at the sea shore at Point Isabel. . Mrs. Jose Simo was among the throng at the Point Sunday. Mrs. M. Sierra and sons wen1 out to Point Isabel Sunday. Charles Moore went out on the Point Isabel train Saturday. Antonio Barreda was among friends at the Point Sunday. E. L. Bender, of San Antonio came in on last night's train. - Fred and Ed Merbach, of Ripon, Wisconsin, are here prospecting. Daniel Buitureira came in from the mouth of the river Saturday night. G. W. Pope, of Kansas City, registered Saturday night , at the Rio Grande. Miss Zoe Wells was a passenger on the Sunday morning train for Point Isabel. A. B. Strickler and William Thurston came in from Raymond ville Sunday. Vicente, Simo, John Simo and C. Laroche jr. went to the Point Sunday morning. Dr. Taylor and a party of pros pectors went to the Laguua Vista property yesterday. Mrs. Adolfo Garza and son spent a pleasant day on the shore at Point Isabel Sunday. Mrs. M. Barreda went to Point Isabel Sunday morning, but return ed on the evening train. A. Goldammer, with his mother and brother, went down to the beach, at Point Isabel Sunday. H. G. Robinson, travelling for a large dress goods manufactory, arrived here last night from San Antonio. Mrs. Scanlan, Miss Scanlan, Miss M. Duffy and Phil. Scanlan have gone to Point Isabel for the summer. J. W. Hoit, wife and daughter, Dorothea, have returned from Min nesota where they went to visit the old home. Louis Brulay escorted his mother tnd sisters to Point Isabel Satur-1 day where they are enjoying the ocean breezes. S. J- Rowe, of the Hammond Engineering force at La Gloria, come in town Saturday and will be here until Thursday. J. W. Canterbury, travelling freight and passenger agent of the Mexican National railroad spent Sunday in Brownsville. M. Y. Delliug, Lee Rousset, Conrado Cloetta and B. H. Frazier were among the people from Brownsville who wrestled with the pleasures at Point Isabel Sunday. A. Wilkins, of St. Louis, wh spent about six weeks prospecting through the Brownsville County a few weeks ago, returned Sunday and will probably make his home here, x Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Allisod, Miss. Allison, and Mrs. Vsnder veer, sister in-law of Mr. Allison, arrived Saturday night in Matamo ros in a special car. Mr. Allison is superintendent of-the Monterrey Matamoros division of the Mexi can National. They went to Point Isabel Sunday. Mr. John Howse, -now of Brownsville, visited relatives and friends in Elgin and Manor last week. Mr. Howse was formerly an Elginite and gives a glowing des cription of his present home. He is one of the few who left Elgin and feels that he has benefitted his condition. John has lots of friends here and it was quite a pleasure to again meet him, in fact he is one of those gentlemen who when you once know him, you are bound to like him, and we are all glad that he. is doing well and wish him every success possible. The Elgin Courier. J. H. Bloomberg will arrive in Brownsville from the City of Mex ico about the 1st of Jul . After a short visit to his father-in-law, Louis Kowalski, Mr. Bloomberg will take his family to Altata, Cali fornia, where he intends to make his home. R. King, agent of the Mexican National railroad has returned af ter a protracted visit to Monterey. He tells the glad news of the birth of a little daughter, and that Mrs. King will soon be well enough to bring the baby home. Mr. R. Bolado, the Matamoros merchant left this morning for San Antonio. He was accompanied by Mrs. Bolado, the children and a servant. The journey is made for the sake of Mrs. Bolado's health. Mrs. Moore, Miss Moore and Mrs. Wilkins, accompanied by Ira G. Killough and J. W. Vann, visit ed the sea shore at Point Isabel Sunday. D. A.. Perkins and R. King of Matamaros chaperoned a party of ladies and gentlemen through the city yesterday. Major John B. Armstrong is expected to arrive tonight on the St. Louis Brownsville & Mexico Railroad. Fred Tate and his son William, left this morning for Corpus" Christi and Flatonia. City Council Meeting. The regular meeting of the city council was set for this afternoon at 4 o'clock. It was adjourned .to; 8 o'clock this evening, when the waterworks and electric lighting question will be discussed. There is little doubt but the councillors will vote for the work to be done by the city as soon as possible, and waste no more time on franchise grabs. The Board of Equalization. Owing to an erronr in copying the minutes of the ptoceedings c the Board of Equalization The Hhrald reported that second class unimproved lands were to be assessed at 50 c per acre. This should be $1.25 per acre" Third class lands such as those on Padre island are assessed at 50 cents, per acre. Notice. Notice is hereby given that the public must keep out of my nur sery and orchard grounds located on Mr. P. L. Blalack's plantation. I have posted same according to law, and will prosecute to the full' extent of the law any one tress passing thereon. J17-6L H. G. Stilwell. St. LB.&M. Low Rates Jamestown Exposition. Norfolk, Va., Apr. 26 to Nov. 30 inc., 19G7. On account of the above, round trip tickets will be sold from Brownsville to Norfolk, Va., at rates and conditions as follows: Season ticket, on sale daily, lim ited to Dec. 15th, goingrand return ing same route, $71.80. Season ticket, on "sale daily, lim ited to Dec. 15th, 1907, going one route and returning another, $84.00. Sixty-day ticket, on sale daily, limit 60 days from date of sale, go ing and returning same route, $62.15. Sixty-day ticket, on sale daily, limit 60 days from date of sale, gc ing one way and returning another $69.40. Fifteen-day ticket, on sale daily, limit to leave Norfolk fifteen days from date of sale, going and re turning same route, $48.70. On all of the above tickets stop overs will be allowed. For further particulars call on the undersign ed. G. T. Porter, Geu'l Agent. Imported Bp -Iao 5 Mackerel Pickled Herring Smoked Herring Imported Swiss Cheese Edam Cheese Staple and Fancy Groceries Phone FRONTIER LUMBER CO. Sells Sash, Doors, Blinds, Paints and -C? All Kinds of Builders' Supplies & Also Complete Line of WALL PAPER and Other Interior Decorations. Represents four leading wall paper manufacturers. FOR YOUR Stomach Sake Don't Drink Compounds that are called Whiskey Drink Paul Jones. Why? Because every ounce is purity and satisfaction. Guaranteed by the Pure Food Bureau of. the Department of Agriculture to be absolutely honest old whiskey. Standard for over half a century-. The largest selling brand in the world. Our barrels mould in Government ware-i houses with age, and are never tampered with. Always smooth and endorsed by phvsicians everywhere. Remember Tillman &Turnwald are sole agents for Brownsville. The Ruby Saloon, J&'iltg" OLDS GASOLINE ENGINE. 1 W HAWKINS Raspberry Jam is only one of the many kinds of BEECH-NUTS CONSERVES that we sell. The list includes all of the best fruits (and Peanut butter). Each is made from selected fruit and granulat ed sugar nothing else no preservative needed when packed in the famous Beech-Nut vacuum glass jars. The Beech-Nut method of making, retains the delicious flavor of the fruit, and makes them superior in many ways to the imported article. We recommend them to you. BROWNSVILLE GROCERY CO. Staple and Fancy Groceries W. H.Clay. Pro. E. McOiTltt, Vlce4. KJMUDirltt Mir To Whem It May Concern. Parties are selling and trying te sell land assuring purchasers that the land will be watered by the Harlingen Canal Co. Under the circumstances, we deem it justice to all to state that we will positively water only land owned by us, and no other lands. Harlingen Land and Canal Co. J-14 tf. Lon C. Hnx. Week-End Excuisions to Corpus Christi Texas. Until further notice tickets will be on sale Saturdays of each week good to return until the following Monday at one fare for the round trip, $4.-5. Childs tickets at one half the above rate. $2.40. G. T. Porter, General Agent. Fancy Crackers Heintz Pickles Crosse-Blackwell's i Jams 2 Maple Syrup Breakfast Foods Stuffed Olives 65 Get My Prices on Engines and Pumps Before You Buy. I can save you money. Best. : stock In the South con stantly on hand. Wf v Tr RACYCLE. AGENCY Wheels bought, sold, and re paired. Brownsvjlle Undertaking Co. Telephone 123 Union Bakery John Thielen, Manager Bread, Biscuit, Cakes, Etc., Made Ellraheth Street, BrowasviUe, Tex THE FAIR Branch Hotise of "Ei Qtebo" j Hosiery, Underwear, Umbrellas, Handkerchiefs, Laces, Embroideries, Ribbons. Lace Curtains. Proprietors 0 Ihe Metropolitan Only Up-to-Date Short Order Restaurant In the City. Regular Meals 25c SPECIALTY IN LUNCHES FOR TRAVELERS, ForslslKd Reess 59c aa4 75c. J. A. CLOETTA, Prprttr. Nut to Crixell Salees. Bronsrlfe, Tes36 MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS TUNED AND REPAIRED Piano Action Work a Specialty! Keeps on hand piano Strings and felts. GEORGE KRAUSSE. Residence on Leyee S.