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The Brownsville daily herald. [volume] (Brownsville, Tex.) 1897-1910, September 16, 1907, Image 4

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Field
Commercial Co.
HEADQUARTERS FOB.
JohnlDeere Walking and Riding Plows
Planters, Cultivators,
International Harvester, Hay Presses,
Disc Harrows, Disc Plows, Hay
Tedders and Hay Rakes
IN FACT A FULL LINE OE
FARMERS' TOOLS
SOLD AT LOWEST PRICES.
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The NEW BROWNSVILLE LAND CO.
Opposite Willman's Drug Store
Truck, Fruit, Sugar and Farm Lands.
WE SELL THE EARTH.
sf CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED.
Brokerage and Commission
Stock of Corn, Oats, Potatoes, Onions,
Cement and Ume. Butterand Cheese Oft Cold Storag
THE DAILY HERALD.
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1907
G. B. Wesbter came in last night
from Chicago.
Judge Noah Allen returned from
Hidalgo last night.
Frank Pierce arrived here last
night from Hidalgo.
J. R. Martin, of San Antonio,
is in the city on business.
I. F. Bailey and daughter, of
Rockport, are in the city.
John W. Hoit returned from La
Lomita ranch last night.
L. H. Johnson, of, Galveston,
registered at the Miller last night.
E. P. Scott, of Paris, Texas,
registered at the Miller Hotel Sun
day. J. M. Mather, of Houston,
Texas, is in the city on a business
trip.
J. H. Griffin came down to
Brownsville last night from Mercedes.
Dr. Bell was a passenger on the
train this morning, going to Har-
lingen.
George A. Fearnow and wifei
arrived in the city Saturday from
Santa Maria.
John Emberson in the city, hav
ing arrived last night from Jones-
boro, Arkansas.
A. C. Doughty of Corpus Christi,
deputy game warden is here with
his son from Lyford.
It. E. Kauffmau, a well known
Houston business man, arrived in
Brownsville last night.
Mrs. E. J. Harkness, of Ray-
mondville, came in last night and
registered at the Miller.
Allen Johnson and Miss Anna
Johnson arrived in Brownsville
Carry Stock of Corn, Oats, Potatoes, Unions, last night from corpus christi.
Mrs. Jesse u. Wheeler was
called to Victoria this morning by
the death of a very dear friend.
Contractor Goldammer and wife
took their baby to Harlingen today
to see Mrs. Goldammer's parents.
Mrs. Vivier, Miss Ada Egly,
Capt. Reed and Guy Rentfro came
up from Point Isabel Saturday
night.
Frank Oliver and Dick Woods
of Victoria were in the city yester
day to attend the fiesta in Mata
moros. A. W. Snyder, of Lewiston,
Penn., is in the city to investigate
the prospects of the Brownsville
country.
The public school children were
given a half holiday this afternoon
on account of the festivities in
Matamoros.
J. B. McAUen and O. Aleman,
of Delfina, are in the city on a
pleasure trip and are staying at the
Rio Grande Hotel.
F. S. Champion, the merchant
prince of Santa Maria, John Simo
and John Champion of Point Isa
bel are in the city today.
E. Kowalski, John Champion and
family, Joe Vivier, John Simo
and sister, and Joe Vivier came up
from Point Isabel night.
Miss Zoe Wells, Miss L. John
son, A- A. Browne and daughter,
Miss Keller, Miss Howell, Mrs.
C. Laroache, arrived from the
Point yesterday.
L. H. Bates and J. W. Wheatley,
special agents of the Treasury De
partment are in the city on busi
ness. Mr. Bates is an old resident
of Brownsville and his friends are
pleased to meet him.
Col- W- J. Craig, general pas
senger and freight agent of the
Southern Pacific with headquarters
at Victoria, accompanied by Mrs.
Craig, arrived here Saturday night
to attend the fiesta in Matamoros.
F. E. Lawton, inspector in
charge of the Brownsville Immi
gration office, will leave here to
morrow morning for San Antonio
and other points on official busi
ness. He will be away about a
j week.
! Dr. Headley, accompanied by
JLZ,rr arrived
in the city last night from Rio
Grande City. . This morning The
doctor saw Miss Headley off on
the early train for Galveston,
where she is in her third year in
the University of Texas Medical
School.
Miss M. Browne, Miss Miss L.
Johnson, R. B. Rentfro, A. A.
Browne and Pancho Alcedo went
down to the Point Saturday.
J. H. Hatherly, a cattleman of
Bastrop county, is visiting friends
and relatives in the Brownsville
country.
T." J. L'ayne is in the city on
business and is staying at the Rio
Grande hotel.
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TOILET SUPPLIES
Our stock of toilet necessities was never more complete than
now. The first time you come to our drug store ask to look
S WILLMAN'S PHARMACY of lnvthing"at
the moment, r u but it will con-
vice you that phone 40. Mail and Phone Orders we can serve
you better than prompi,y Attended To. & anyone else.
We are doing everything m
our power to make this the best and most convenient drug
store for you to trade with. Special messenger service.
El
Real Estate for Sale
IN
Large and Small Tracts on River, Canil
and in the Artesian Belt.
Small Farms Near Town
City Property
. ; APPLY TO
Cameron County Abstract
and
Co.
Well Contractors.
We are prepared to do
all kinds of Well and
Windmill Work. We
also Manufacture Sand
Strainers.. ..
ISABEL. TEXAS.
Wedding Announcements-Ball Programs-'Herald Job Department
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if the upptr breaks through
bsforo the selo is worn through,
we will replace with a new pair of
ShOeS. PACKARD 4, FIELD, BROCKTON.
and other First-Class Boot Shops generally.
One of the old-time pibneers'of
the frontier, Dr. Headley, of Rio
Grande City, was in the city this
morning. He is looking as bright
and strong as "Young Locbinvar
and greeting friends on every
hand as though he felt like that
character. The doctor is enthus
iastic over the succces of his
daughter, Miss Mary, who is a
successful student in her third year
at the State University Medical
School.
A great treat is promised to pat
rons of the bull fights on the 29th
of September, when Elvira and
Maria Segovia the world renowned
bull fighters and their troup of lady
bull fighters will give an exhibition
at the plaza in Matamoros. While
horses will not be used, the exhi
bition will be above the ordinary,
as the troupe has an great reputa
tion. Four bulls will te fought to
death.
There was a great rush at the
hotels Saturday night. Dr. Tap
pan, of the Marine Hospital Corps,
could not get accommodation and
was relieved by the arrival of In
spector F. Lawton, who extended
the hospilality of his home to the
doctor.
The Rio Grande is now filling
out its bed in the widest stretches
and promises to rise higher on ac
count of rains in Mexico. The
bank of silt thrown up opposite the
ferry on the Mexican side during
the last rise has almost disappeared.
If you have painting and paper
ing to do, see J. P. Campbell tor
prices, as I am now located in
Brownsville, P. O. box 33.
The ensign flying at the Immi
gration office this morning looked
as though the officials were signal
ling for relief, as it was upside
down the distress signal.
The national flag is displayed
on all the public buildings today
in honor of the anniversary of
Mexico's independence.
The ferry did a fine business
Sunday, handling the passengers
without a hitch and to the satis
faction of everyone.
The Woman.s Home Mission
Society will meet at the Presby
terian Church Tuesday afternoon
at 4.30.
Good job printing at The Her
ald office.
100 Acres Choice La
Lomita Land For
Sale
Imported Ba-ilao
Mackerel
Pickled Herring
Smoked Herring
Imported Swiss
Cheese
$KdanT Cheese
Staple and
Fancy
Groceries-
Phone 65
Fancy Crackers
Heintz Pickles
Crosse-Blackwell's .
Jams
Maple Syrup
breakfast Foods
Stuffed-Olives t
LLANO GRANDE LANDS
FOR SALE BY
fiallam Colonization Company
FRONTIER LUMBER CO.
Sells Sash, Doors, Blinds, Paints and
All Kinds of Builders' Supplies &
Also Complete Line of WALL PAPER and Other Interior
Decorations. Represents four leading wall
paper manufacturers.
OLDS GASOLINE ENGINE.
G. W.
Get My Prices on
Engines and Pumps
Before You Buy. J
I can save you money.
Best stock in the South con
stantly on hand.
, Houston, Texas 11
We are offering for sale for the
next few days 100 acres of the
choicest land in the La Lomita
tract at $50 per acre.
We will contract to buy from
the purchaser of this land all the
wood taken from it, delivered at
the railroad, two miles distant, for
which we will pay in cash the fol
lowing prices:
Cordwood, $2 per cord.
Fence posts (peeled) 10 cents
per posts.
Railroad ties, 50 cents per tie.
All of this timber to be put up
iu customary shape for commercial
requirements.
We will further guarantee that
the wood properly taken from this
land and delivered at the railroad.
will bring more than enough to pay
for the clearing and grubbing of
this land, burning up of the brush
and working up of the timber, thus
leaving the land cleared, grubbed
and ready for the plow.
A canal is under construction to
the land and we expect to have
water on it before it can be cleared.
'. . tfCOKWAXjS&HoiT,
La Lomita Ranch, Hidalgo Co.
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Old "JOE GIDEON" Pure Rye
Awarded Gold Medals:
St. Louis, Mo., 1904 Portland, Oregon, 1905
te. SOLD ONLY 3Y
T. CrixcII & Bro. V. L Crixeli
BROWNSVILLE, TEXAS
Lon. C. Hill's Harlingen Irrigated
Lands
Hailam Colonization Company
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bull ilfljie off 3, uraMaMer &
Go's Famous Whiskies
Kentucky Belle, Dunn's Monogram, Cane Spring, Silver a v
Brook, and Woodford Co., the Great Sellers
CH,INT H. H. WELLER. Pron. If
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"Texas Beer for
Texas Peopled
No Letter beer is produced in
the whole United States, than
I ALAMO f
BOTTLED BEER ,
You only Lave to try
a bottle to know it.
Brewed and Bottled bjr
Lone Star
Brewing Co.,
San, AafenipJex.
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