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The Brownsville daily herald. [volume] (Brownsville, Tex.) 1897-1910, April 10, 1908, Image 3

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Wise i& Newman
cVIackerel
Kippered
Herring
Shrimp
Salmon
cAnchovies
Try Some of These
LENTEN
DELICACIES
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Bacalo
Deviled Shrimp
Lobsters
. Oysters
Sardines
God Fish
Phone 65
Everything Electrical
Anything in Plumbing
J. . CLICK
Plumbing & Electric Co.
Sheet Metal Works
Ififi Odd. Postaffice P.O. Box 200
BROWNSVILLE, TEXAS '
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Clean cotton rags wanted, at The
Herald office.
Soft drinks served at Jefferson
Inn, Isabel. 4-9-3
See change in the ad of the
Frontier Lumber company.
Easter post cards and other sou
venirs at Putegnat's Drug Store.
3-21-tf.
For Sale Second-hand tent,
12x14 ft. Call at Herald office.
4-4-tf
ROOMS. 50c, 75c, and $1 per
day at Jefferson Inn, Isabel. Tar
pon outfits for rent. 4-9-3
Special attention will be given to
ladies and children at the Celford
rink in the afternoons. 4-10-2
Jefferson Inn at Point Isabel has
closed its dining room temporarily,
and will not reopen it until June 1.
A pleasant, well ventilated and
furnished room for rent. Browns-
RATING
CELFORD RINK
Opens Monday Afternoon at, 3:30
The immigration office has now
a complete set of men as all vacan
cies have been filled.
Galbert's Ice Cream Parlor on
the river front wilPbe ready to
serve refreshments during the con
cert, Saturday night. 4-10-2
Ahout fifty or seventy-five home
seekers are expected to arrive in
Brownsville tonight and a great
many more will arrive Saturday
and Sunday nights.
Arrangements are being made' to
have a picnic for the Mexican pro
testant Suuday schools of Matamo-
Surgeon Chiropodist Coming.
Dr. Eugene I. Bowsky, a well
known surgeon chiropodist of San
Antonio, who treats corns, bunions,
ingrowing nails, warts and all dis
eases of the feet, will arrive in
Brownsville Sunday night and re
main here several days. All foot
diseases treated scientifically, with
out pain.
Dr. Bowsky is also a refracting
optician and will make scientific
examination of the eyes and fur
nish proper glasses at a moderate
price. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Real Estate for Sale
IN
Large and Small Tracts on River, Caaal
and in the Artesian Belt.
Small Farms Near Town aad
City Property
- APPLY TO
Cameron County Abstract Co.
Bargain in Land
Near Brownsville
One hundred acres of choice
land, all under cultivation,
about five miles from Browns
ville, near railroad. Can be
irrigated from canal.
This is one of the. best bar
gains in' this vicinity.
ros and Brownsville. The picnic , 4-9-2t.
ville Realty Co. Telephone 156. , grounds are located on the resaca
4-2-tf jnear oimito.
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Wanted. To borrow $2,000 for! A new and excellent program at
five years
cultivation
Putegnat's Drug Store
Botica del Leon
.ESTABLISHED I860.
CARRIES A FULL STOCK OF THE
Purest Drugs, Fine Toilet
v Articles and High Grade .
Stationery
.. PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY ..
Geo. M. Piitegnat, Proprietor
SUCCESSOR TO J. L. PUTEGNAT & BRO.
FOR
on irrigated land m
Inquire at this office.
4-4-6
RENT: Two furnished
the Electric Theatre will be shown
tonight. Comic colored pictures
which "comprise the following
subjects:-"Maniac Juggler,"
Pi
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Look at it
from every possible point of view
and the result will be the same al
ways any paint we offer you is
the best paint of its kind we can
buy, and that applies to varnishes,
oils, putty, "turps," etc., etc., sold
here. The color card we'll gladly
give you tells only part of the story
the paints will tell the rest.
FRONTIER LUMBER COMPANY
Old "JOE GIDEON" Pure Rye
Awarded Gold Medals:
St. Louis, Mo., 1904 Portland, Oregon, 1905
SOLD ONLYl3Y.
T. Crixell & Bro. V. L. Crixell
BROWNSVILLE. TEXAS
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rooms, one for light house-keeping. ! "Marvelous Powder," "The Day
Phone 165. ' 4-7-tf. jof 61,' and ''MysteriousGlasses."
LOST A Canadian watch fobj 4-10-2.
on Elizabeth st. Finder please re-1 The new skating rink and amuse
turn to HERAI.D office, and receive ' ment hall on Washington
reward. 4-9-2 ' street has' been finally completed
The Celford Skating Rink will and turned oveV to the proprietors,
be formally opened for the season ' Messrs. J. Celaya, jr., and J. C.
Monday night. There will be mu-. Wreford. The new building is 110
HENRY GKU WE WAIjD
Furniture ?!i
Dry Goods
Mattresses, Eic,
Large Slock gf Dress Goods,
ClotrJng, Hats, Shoes and No
tions. Everything Up-to-Date.
Fine Line Chairs, Bed Room,
ing Room and Parlor Suites,
sic and a good time for all. 4-10-2
For automobile goggles, caps
and other automobile supplies go
to the Biownsville Motor Car &
Machinery Co ( 4-7-3
FOR SALE: Span oh good
horses; good spring wagon; double
surrey and harness. Rio Grande
Valley Immigration Co. 4-9-tf.
A baseball match game will be
played between M- $ahualla &
Qo.'s team and the Brownsville
Bovs Sunday afternoon at four
o'clock.
Wanted Teams to deliver 50,
000 feet lumber, 4 miles from town
on Indiana Co-operative Canal
Must begin at once. E. F. Rowson
& Co. ,4-6-tf
Fifty -five pairs of fine, steel rol
ler. ball bearinc: skates have been
bought by the Celford rink, and
will be used the first time Monday
night. 4-10-2
All sales of live stock, with my
brand, sold without my consent,
will be annulled, and parties sell
ing same will be prosecuted to the
full extent of the law.
3-27-lm. Tomasa. R. Franklin.
BOARD AND ROOMS for four
men. Rooms open on gallery,
large, clean, airy and well furnish
ed. Good home cooking. Prices
reasonable Mrs. Dr. Burch, cor. 5th
and Adams streets, 2nd. door from
K. of H. hall.
4 6-6
LOUIS KOWALSKI
Brokerage and Commission
Carry Stock of Corn, Oats, Potatoes, Onions,
Cement and Lime. Bllttfcr and Cheese on Cold Storage
Gulf Coast Engineering & Contracting Co.
Mercedes, Hidalgo County, Texas
Canal and Drainage Work, Topographical Surveying and
Mapping, Farm and Townsite Subdivision.
Correspondence Invited.
Champion & Line, Dealers in Real Estate
Have lands from Brownsville to Houston in anif size tracts.
PRICES VERY LOW
Also have some fine tracts in Mexico from 75c peXacre up.
The dining room of the Coleman
hotel is being considerabley en-
i
jlarged and renovated. This Tiotel
has a number of nice, good, cool
rooms with southern exposure
Meals 35c. and beds 50c. S. B.
Mims, manager. 4 7-6.
A telegram was received by Col
lector of Customs Vann yesterday
from A. Y. Baker, who has held
the office of inspector of customs
at Hidalgo for some time, convey
ing his resignation of the post.
There has been no appointment of
anyone to take Mr. Baker's place
yet.
A little negro boy, aged five
years, the son of Jules Favoy, who
is employed by Col. Heywobd at
San Benito, died yesterday after
noon, and was buried at that place
today. A coffin was sent out there
by the Brownsville Undertaking
company, and Rev. L. R. "Burress
of this city went to San Benito this
'morning to conduct the burial service.
feet long by 50 feet wide, being
quite ample for a skating rink, as
well as for an electric theater, for
both of which purposes it will be
used. The hall is well ventilated
and every provision made for the
comfort of patrons. The rink will
be opened next Monday night.
I he managers will provide music
for the opening and will make it a
gala occasion.
Lights m great abundance are
wantedvfor the illumination of the
concert grounds in Carson Park
tomorrow night. As this concert is
a complimentary affair, and admis-
fsion will be entirely free to all, it
would be well for the. citizens who
can do so to lend a helping hand
in making sucn arrangements as
are needed for the comfort of the
audience. Any who can lend
lanterns will confer a great favor
by sending them, or else notify
ing Mr. Perdomo at the immigra
tion office, who will send for them
The HERALDis requested to state
that the matter of securing sub
scnotions for the concert to be
given tomorrow night be the Mexi
can military batidjhas been placed
in the hands of Master Alex Ko-
walski. So far only two cash sub
scriptions have been received, these
being paid by Messrs. Rowson and
Co. and Mr. Lawtou. Excepting
those whose names were published,
in The Herald last Monday, and
those whose subscriptions may have
been secured by Alex Kowalski
this afternoon atheie have been no
subscriptions received for the con
cert. The list of subscribers and
amounts subscribed will be
published as soon as completed.
Contrary to the exoectatious of
the lessee, Mr. McClintock, the
Miller hotel was not optned today
It was found impossible to get the
work of repairing, painting, etc.,
finished in time, and so, much to
the regret of Mr. McClintock as.
well as others, .it was impossible
to have the opening today. It is
to be hoped that our citizens will
aid as far as they can in accommo
dating such of the homeseekers a.-,
may come here on the excursion,
which is now due. Thtre are re
staurants jn plenty to provide tor
a very large number of guests and
if rooms are provided for the visit
ors by those who have rooms to
spare, it will tide the tqivn over a
very disagreeable and deplorable
plight, and help to give visitors a
better impression of the town than
they may receive otherwise.
Marriage Licenses.
Marriage licenses were issued by
County Clerk Webb during the
past week to the following couples:
Juan Perez and Anita Anorga,
Baltazar Silva and Guadalupe Za
mora, Nestor Reyna, and Fermina
Villalobos, Victor Rodriguez and
Antonia Martinez, Isidoro Garcia
and Maria Reyes.
INQUIRE AT HERALD OFFICE.
JAMES B.WELLS
o4ttorney
at Law.
Card of Thanksr.
To the people of Brownsville:-
We wish to thank you for your
generous patronage on our open
ing day and to assure you that we
will in the future endeavor to merit
a share of your business. We will
keep an up-to-date stock of Variety
goods 3t prices that will save you
money. Our store is the place for
"Home Goods" and head-quarters
for bargains. Watch our show
windows.
4-10-2 The Variety Store-
For Sale.
1000 acres of fine agricultural
land, 10 miles from Brownsville, at
$10 per acre.
Apply to Frank Champion, City
Hall.
I have for sale 345 acres of the
very best orange, grape, fruit and
vegetable land in the Rio Grande
Valley, within three miles of the
town of San Benito, and on
the main line of the San Benito ir
rigating canal. I can divide this
land up into 5, 10 and 20 acre
tracts and sell it at $100 an acre
cleared and fenced. I will plant
this land in oranges, figs or grapes
for $100 per acre and cultivate and
water the same for a period of three
years for the sum of $25 per acre
per year.
W- O. Coleman,
3-9 tf. Brownsville, Texas
For Sale.
Eleven acre farm three miles
from Brownsville, brick dwelling,
five rooms, underground cistern,
barn, all fenced, on resaca, for
$1,700. Easy terms.
W. S. Dougherty.
12-23-tf. Abram, Hidalgo. Texas
Successor to Powers & Maxan,
Powers & Weils, Wells &Rentfro
Wells, Rentfro & Hicks, Wells &
Hicks, Wells. Stayton & Kleberg
I buy and sell Reai Estate and
investigate land titles. A complete
abstract c all titles of record in
Cameron County, Texas.
Practice in all state and federal
courts, when especially mployecf.
Land Litigation and corporation
practice.
A. J. McGoverii &. Co.,
FANCY GROCERIES,
Opposite Miller Hotel.
PHONE 146
Automobiles
FOR HIRE
PHONE No. 6
BROWNSVILLE TRANSFER"
COMPANY
A. GOLDAMMER
CONTRACTOR AND
BUILDER
Plans and Specifications Fur
nished on Short Notice
Dr. E. B. Warn
Physician and Surgeon
OFFICE OVER PUTEGNAT'S DRUG STORE
Residence Adams Street,
Between 10th and 11th Streets
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Attorney-At-Law
NOTARY PUBLIC
Piitegnat I?Idg. BROWNSVILLE. TEXAS
Cigar & Cigarette
Factory
Havanas and Native Mexican
CIGARS
CIPRIANO VALDEZ, Market. Plaza
BROWNSVILLE. TEXAS.
Noah Allen
Ass't U. S. Attorney
Attorney and Counsellor at Law
Will do a general prac
tice in all Federal and
State Courts. Special
attention given to Land
Titles.
Post-office Building
Up Stairs
Browisvii!e, Texas
Well Contractors.
We are prepared to do
all kinds of Well and
Windmill Work. We
also Manufacture Sand
Strainers.....
ISABEL. TEXAS
Union Bakery
John Thielen, Manager
Bread, Biscuit, Cakes, Etc., Made
From Choicest Brands of Flour
Elizabeth Street, Brownsville, Tex
THE
I DEPARTMENT
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The public will find an extensive
j assortment of Dry Goods, Shoes,
Hats, Jewelry at prices without
J competition at
J
E!iz3bsthIStreet,
LA DONNA CANAL GO. 40 Acre Tracts,
$50 Acre?
th
s Valley
HALL AM COLONIZATION CO., S&les Managers,

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