THE DAILY HERALD.
Will Meet at Brownsville August
16 and 17.
SATURDAY, AUGUST 3, 1907
Commereial . Co.
I Johnpeere Walking and Riding Plows
international Harvester, Hay Presses,
Disc Harrows, Disc Plows, Hay
Tedders and Hay Rakes
IN FACT A FULL LINE ,OE
FARMERS' TOOLS i
SOLD AT LOWESTJPRICES.
Don't Drink Compounds that are called Whiskey
Drink Paul Jones
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
houses with age, and are never tampered with. Always smooth and
endorsed by physicians everywhere. '
Remember Tillman &Turnwald are sole agents for Brownsville.
Ruby Saloon, MTSa8fcH55r,M"
Announcement to the Public
We desire to announce to the public that
our lumber yard at Mercedes, Texas is now
fully stocked and that we are in a position
to take care of your wants on short notice.
Besides, a full -line of Lumber, Sash and
Doors' we carry Cement, Lime and Plaster,
Paints and Oils, Nails, Barbed Wire and
American Field Fence.
We solicit your mail orders, which will
receive prompt and careful attention.
MERCEDES LUMBER CO.
Brokerage and Commission
Carry Stock of Corn, Oats, Potatoes, Onions,
Cement and Lime. Storag
The public -will find an extensive j
. rx f a J C1a tr
3) Hats, Jewelry and Saddles it lj.
prices without competition at j
Las Dos Naciones, J
M. SAHUALLA ffi. COMPANY
Front, of Market.
Branch House of "ElGtobo"
Hosiery-, Underwear, Umbrellas,
I have constantly on hand
100 head of good gentle
work mules, from 14 1-2
to 16 hands high.
For particulars address
Short Order Restaurant
In the City.
Regular Meals 25c
SPECIALTY IN LUNCHES FOR TRAVELERS,
Fuialsfccd Rooms 50c and 75c.
J. A. CLOETTA, Proprietor
text teCrixHI Sataw. BiwnsrBte Texas
John Scrivner passed a few hours
at the Point yesterday.
. M. W. Sleight arrived here from
Dallas, Texas, last night.
W. F. Armstrong, of Ebano,
Mexico, arrived in the city last
Consul Griffith and a party of
friends went down to Pojnt Isabel
Miss F. Champion and John
Champion returned to the Point
J. J. Perdoma, of the immigra
tion inspectors' force, has fallen a
victim to the dengue.
Dr. and Mrs. Works left today
for the Epworth League Encamp
ment at Corpus Christi. ,
Miss Crixell and brother and
Mr. McGonigle and family went
to Point Isabel yesterday.
Mrs. J. G. Fernandez went down
to the Point yesterday morning,
returning to Brownsville on the
J. W. Bishop of Austin, Texas,
accompanied by his little daughter?
arrived last night to visit his son,
T. J- Bishop, of this city.
District Attorney Kleiber left to
day for Saltillo, to spend a short
time with Mrs. Kleiber and little
daughter, who are summering
Miss Chartron has gone to Cor
pus Christi to spend the summer
with relatives. It is understood
that she will return to Brownsville
in the fall.
E. C. GreerA in charge of the
South Texas Garden, and Sergt.
Christ Miller, caretaker of the
garrison, left early this morning to
spend the day at the of farm J. V.
Mallory near Olmito.
Among those who came up from
Point Isabel on Thursday night
were Miss F. Champion, John
Champion, Miss Kenedy, Joe Wells
and sister, Drl J. K. Combe,
Messrs. Kinder, St. John, Jr., and
Mrs. Jose Simo.
J. T. Bishop, the genial ticket
agent at the Brownsville depot,
has moved his family from the
house he has been occupying on
Levee street to a more convenient
cottage on St. Charles street, op
posite the Convent.
Among the people who went
down to the Point Thursday weie
R. Stillmah and wife, Mrs. From:
me and child, F. B. Armstrong
and two children, Joe Celaya, Jr.,
John G. Fernandez, Miss Maron
and her mother and Mr. McDavitt.
Among the passengers on last
night's train from Point Isabel we
noticed Miss F. Chartron, D. An
drews and family, R. B. Rentfro,
Guy Rentfro, Mrs. H. A. Neale,
F. B. Armstrong and his children,
P. Lambert, Joe Champion and
wife, Joe Vivier and son and Miss
. Lightbourn. ,
I wish to notify the public that
ray blacksmith shop, which has
been closed for the past month,
will be re-opened Tuesday or Wed
nesday, having secured a first class
blacksmith and horse-shoer from
Port Arthur, Texas. Norman E.
The new gasoline launch of6the
Brownsville Yacht and Tarpon
Club will be in commission and
ready to carry passengers abou
August 10 at Point Isabel. We
now have a care-taker"at the club
house on Brazos Island, but on
account of limited room, at present
none but members will be allowed
accommodations at the club house.
All club members desiring accom
modations at the club must obtain
a permit from Dr. Wortman,
chairman of the board of directors,
or Dr. Taylor, manager, until the
by-laws have been perfected con
troling the use of the club pro
Published by order of the ex
Dr. Taylor, manager.
E. C. Green, Secretary of the Gardeners'
Association, Receives Assurances of
Special Rates on Railroad for
In accordance with the plan for
holding the proposed convention
of the Sduth Texas Gardeners' As
sociation at Brownsville, Mr. E.
C. Green, in charge of the South
Texas Garden, who is secretary of
the association, wrote to General
Passenger Agent Wm. Doherty of
the St. B. and M. railroad ask
ing if the company would make a
special rate for those wishing to
attend the meeting. Tn reply, Mr.
Green has received a letter from
Mr. Doherty, in which he notifies
him that the road will be pleased
to comply with the request, mak
ing the following rates for the con
vention, being good from the poinfa
of sale of tickets to Brownsville
Harlingen 75 cts., Mercedes
$1.00, McAllen $1.25, Sam ForV
dyce $1.50, Lyford $1-00, Ray
mondville $1.00, Sarita $1.15,
Kingsville $2.40, Robstown $2.85,
Angelita $3.00, Corpus Christi
Tickets will be on sale Thurs
day, the 15th inst., being limited
for re turn, as late as Sunday, the
Mr. Doherty expresses, cordial
wishes for a large crowd and a suc
This will be the first meeting of
the South Texas Gardeners at
Brownsville, and it is hoped that
it may be a success in every way'.
The Herald doubts not that the
citizens will do all in their power
to assist Mr. Green in making the
visit of the Gardeners both pleas
ant and profitable. It would be a
good move for our citizens to take
some steps toward that end in an
ticipation of the convention.
Special attention of the signers
of the petition asking the city
council to hold an election on the
issuance of bonds for the proposed
water and light systems is called
to the last paragraph of the peti
tion, which is republished in this
evening's Herald. Are you ful
filling your solemn pledge as
Every body is as busy as a bee
here cleaning up the city. A few
more days' work like that done
during the past week and Browns
ville will indeed be a ."Spotless
Brownsville is probably the
healthiest down in the State of
Texas. During the month just
past the death rate was only at the
rate of 12 per 1000 per annum,
and that is not considered a very
.healthy nioath, either.
Paint Your Bu$gy for 75c.
to $1.00 with Devoe Gloss Car
riage Paint. It weighs 3 to 8 ozs;
more to the pjnttban others.-wears
logger and gives a gloss equal to
new work. Sold by
Frontier Lumber Co
Excursion to Mexico City and
intermediate points from Mata
morosat oae fare for the round
trip; tickets on sale Degmmng
Aug. 6, good to return as late as
That Beautiful Gloss
comes from the varnish in Devoe's
Varnish Floor Paint; costs 5 cents
more a quart though. Sold by
Frontier Lumber Co.
For those interested in sugar
tools a test and demonstration will
be made at P. E. Blalack's on Wed
nesday, August 7.
Notice was given of this test for
Friday and Saturday but was post
poned till Tuesday, Aug. 6.
This test is made through the
interest of a. rt. Jaiaweii, cor
pus Christi Tex, and is under the
management of F. Avery and
Sons Plow and Cultivator Expert,
Heintz Pickles 5
FRONTIER LUMBER CO.
Sells Sash, Doors, Blinds, Paints and
All Kinds of Builders' Supplies J
Also Complete Line of WALL PAPER and Other Interior
Decorations. Represents four leading wall
OLDS GASOLINE ENGINE.
Get My Prices on
Engines and Pumps i
Before You Buy.
I can save you money.
Best stock in the South con-
ctanrKr nn ncinn 1
G. W. HAWKINS, Houston, Texas
Old ''JOE GIDEON" Pure Rye
Awarded Gold Medals:
St. Louis, Mo., 1904 Portland, Oregon, 1905
-BSOLD ONLY BYag
T. Crixell & Bro. V. L. Crixeil
BROWNSVILLE, TEXAS Jf
LAS ULTIMAS NO VEDADES
JOSE BESTEIR.O BRO.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, Hats, Ready Made Clothing,
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods and Jewelry
Dr. V. P. ARMSTRONG
Will open its Tall Term Sept. 3, 1907,
with greater facilities and ,wtth
freater teaching force
APPLY TO MRS. W. C. C, FOSTER.
A. J. McGovern & Co.,
Opposite Miller Hotel.
Plans and Specifications Fur
nished on Short Notice
F. W. Seabury
Rio Grande City, Texas
WJ'' pjacticein the District .Courts jef'
Starr, Hidalg. Zapat? and
Large cool rooms.
Two blocks west from
depot on Levee street.
Bread, Biscuit, Cakes, Etc., Made
From Choicest Brands of Flour
Hbabeth Street, Brownsville, Tex
OF THE i
CITY OF BROWNSVILLE"
Ftfr Sale by Louis Kowalski
30 Cents Each.
P. B. CHAP1N
Real Estate for Sale
Large snd dmau Tracts on Krver,
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Cmall Camii! Won. Tnwfl O'
; - apply to
Csnerca County Abstract j
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