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sBuy and Sell All Kinds oi
;Hay, Grain and Feedstuffs
Wholesale and Retail
We Are exigents For the Best
gf the Southern Seed Houses.
See us Before Vou Order.
A Complete Up-to-date Stock of Lumber and IHardware
John Ceere Implements, New Moline Wagons, Eclipse
Windmills, Waukegan and Glidden Galvanized Barb
Wire and General Ranch Supplies
'WE"ARE YOURS TO SE
S NOW OPEN
Rates: $2.00 and $2.50 Per Day
O. B. KQXE, Proprietor.
American Flan. Rates $2.00
Mrs. E. J. Ifnrkness, Proprietress.
Open Day and Night All the Year
Home For Commercial Men and Tourists
Rates $2.00 Per Day and Up
We Solicit Your Patronage
Adams Street, Between Jim anduth its., Brownsville, iexas
European and omerican-Plan.
Everything Modern and New.
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Orders taken for angel food cakes.
Phone 193. 11-4-26
FOR SALE 150,000 good bricks.
Apply to Frank A. Creager. Cll-25-tf
-,':For 25c and 35c lodgldgs apply to
McCain, fronting the depot. 6-27-tf
"fSilver Spoon Whiskey at ?1.50 per
quart to be sold for thirty days at
$1.00 at T. i;rixell's. 10-30-tf
Damon and Pythias will be given
for the last time at the Electric Thea
tre tonight. Thursday night the bat
tle of Gettysburg will be seen. It
J. B. Viano tuner, will be here
about two weeks. Those wishing tun
ing done leave orders at Willman's
Drug Store, or P. O. Box 322. 11-21-6
Tliauksglvlng Services Tomorrow
morning at 10 o'clock Thanksgiving
services will be held in the Baptist
church on Elizabeth Street, Services
conducted by Rev. L. R. Burress.
A Fine Opportunity to see old Mex
ico. An excursion party in special
Pullman sleeper to start from Mata
moros between Dec. 1 and 5. Inquire
at office of Frank C. Pierce. 11-23-6
House for Sale. Brand new house
of six rdoms, hall and reception hall;
modern and up-to-date; price $3000.
Also a nice corner lot near school
house for $650. For particulars call
on J. H. Ryan at new Mason house..
Xot Wanted. Chirste Christo-
pules, a native of Greece but who for
some time past has been residing in
Mexico, applied this morning at the
local immigration station for admit
tance.' into ths country, but was re
fused upon the ground that he was
liable to become a public charge.
Being Remodeled. The building
on Eleventh Street formerly occupied
by the Telephone Exchange, but
which has recently been leased by the
management of the Chicago Cafe,
who will open in it a first class cafe
and hotel, is now being thoroughly
renovated and remodeled.
Sealed bids for building a new city
slaughter house, to be built on the
site of what is known as the Grave
Yard Resaca, will be received by the
city council up to and until Monday,
November 30th, at 2 p. m. Plans and
specifications can be seen at the office
of City Secretary Frank Champion.
Everybody "Worked. Secretary Ma
gill of the .Lower Rio Grande Valley
Commercial Club says that while he
appreciates highly Mr. Hammond's
expression -of appreciation in Satur
day's Herald, he could not possibly
nave accomplished the results ob
tained at Corpus Christi without the
most energetic and enthusiastic sup
port or the livest bunch of live wires
it-was ever the honor of a secretary
to work with. Ho expresses his
heartfelt gratitude to every membor
Of the delegation.
Excellent Performance. Last
night at the Electric theater a very
fine production from the well known
story of Damon and Pythias was giv
en to a large and appreciative au
dience. This was anr extra long pic
ture, being in two rolls, and it was
also one of the best pictures seen here
this season. A good programme was
also given at the Celford theater, the
picture entitled "Blue Bird" was very
pretty, being hand-colored. The fam
ous "Salome Dance" was also good,
and rather startling.
, Ball Gam Tomorrow. A game of
baseball is scheduled to take place
tomorrow afternoon at the Baseball
Park between the regular Brownsville
team and "Brant's Gobblers." This
promises to be a close and interesting
game as it is well known to all that
.the regular team is comnosed of
some of the best amatpur ball players
in Texas. While the "Gobblers" are
not familiar to the city fans, yet they
are composed of some of the best
local talent and promise to give the
regular nine all they can do, if they
don't "gobble" them up completely.
Wanted His Wife. Tuesday morn
ing about 4 o'clock, Tsadore Garcia,
a Mexican, called at the home .of
Tomaso Garza, keeper of the ceme
tery, who lives near the cemetry, and
begun hammering on the door, de
manding admittance stating that he
wanted his wife, who was staying
at the home of Garza. The wife of
Garza went to the door and remon
strated with Ysadoro for creating a
disturbance, whereupon be hit her
in the right eye with his fist, com
pletely closing that optic. Garza
seeing Ysadoro hit his wife, imme
diately seized a club and struck Ysa
doro a stunning blow on the fore
head, causing that belligerent gentle
man to reflect that the ways of the
transgressor are hard and that dls
gbun hammering on the door, de
after the convincing "argument" of
Garcia he immediately fled from the
scene. In the police court Ysadoro
was fined $3 and trimmings.
Tourist Car Arrives. Last night a
tourist car belonging to Burton D.
Hud of Bay City arrived in the city
attached to the regular passenger
train, in charge of J. B. Brashfield of
Bay City and with 18 homeseekers
aboard. This car left Chicago on
Tuesday, November 17, making its
first stop at Blessing, where it re
mained for four days, and coming
direct here. The members of the
party are principally from Iowa, Kan
sas, Missouri and Illinois. The car
will leave tomorrow on its return
Great Success. The grand opening
sale of the Combe tract adjoining the
town of San Benito, extensively ad
vertised in the issues of The Herald
of last Friday and Saturday, was a
great success, reports Frank Cald
well who was In the city yesterday.
On Monday, the opening day of the
sale, $20,000 worth of land out of
this tract was sold, the deals being
Closed, that day. Mr. Caldwell states
that S. A. Robertson, who conducted
the sales, was very much pleased and
gratified with the results obtained
through his adertisement in The
New Firm. S. H. Selma and S. K
Miller of Corpus Christi have arrived
in the city and will engage in business
here, having secured the rear of the
bulding occupied by Conway & Hoit
as an office. These two young gentle
men will be received with open arms
by all lovers of baseball as they have
already consented to become members
of the famous Brownsville nine and
have offered their services gratis. Mr.
Selma, whose, home Is in Houston
was the star pitcher for the Corpus
Christi aggregation, while Mr. Miller
was one of the best twirlers in the
Gulf Coast League, last season.
Jury of View. L. H. Hailam, B
D. Newman, Geo, M. Pptegnat, Joe
Celaya and E. H. Goodrich have qua!
ified as a jury of view to lay out a
road from the townsite of Laguna
Vista, situated upon the shore of La
guna Madre, to the tqwnsite of Bar
redo, situated upon the St. L. B. & M,
Railroad. The members cbmposing
this jury of view were appointed at a
recent meeting of the county commis
sioners. They will go over the pro
posed road with County Surveyor A
W. Amthor at an early date and re
port as to the feasibility of the road
at the next meeting of the county
Delightful Musical. A delightful
musical was given at the San Carlos
last night by Mr. and Mis. Geo.
Beard, who have the management of
that popular hotel. Quite a number
of people from the city were present
besides the large number of hotel
guests. Delightfud music on the
auto-piano was rendered by Mr. C.
E. Oliver of Houston, while Mrs. OH
ver entertained the guests with sev
eral selections on the piano. Mrs.
Oliver is quite a noted pianist and
has but few equals in the State. A
vocal solo by Mrs- Gilhousen was
greatly enjoyed by all and won much
applause for this talented and charm
lng laay. Mr. Jack Briggs of Hous
ton well merited the applause he re
ceived on his rendition of two very
beautiful bass solos. The vocal duet
by Mr. and Mrs. Gilhousen was
thoroughly enjoyed by all as were
the two vocal solos by Mr. C. E.
Oliver. For refreshments delicious
punch, such as the hostess only
knows how to make, was served. All
who were present enjoyed a most
HERALD WANT ADS
FOR RENT 2 furnished rooms
for light housekeeping. Excellent
neighborhood. Close in. Apply to
Mrs. W. J. Collins. Cll-24-tf
FOR RENT Nice front room on
Crlppe property north of Rio Grande
FOR RENT Store on Washing
ton street now occupied by the Amer
ican restaurant. Apply to W. F. Den
FOR RENT A good nine room
brick house. " Newly repaired. Two
blocks from the passenger depot. Cor
ner Levee and Tenth streets. Apply to
W. H. Mason, sr. . 11-14-tf
FOR RENT Furnished rooms.
Apply to Mrs. Clearwater, St.
Charles st. 11-1 4-7t
PHONE No. 6
Frank W. Kibbe
Kibbe & Holland
For Sale 'Miscellaneous
FOR SALE Al gentle buggy
horse, also an upright piano good as
new. Apply to W. H. Mason, sr.
WANTED Young man for general
office work, who can typewrite. Sten
ographer preferred. Address Grif
fing's . Semi-'iropical Nurseries,
Brownsville, Texas. il-23-3
If-you suffer from constipation and
liver trouble Foley's Orino Laxative
will cure you permanently by stimn
latlng the digestive organs so they
will act naturally. Foley's Orino
Laxative does not gripe, is pleasant to
take and you do not have to take lax
atives continually after taking Orino.
Why continue to be the slave of pills
GEO. S. DEARD, Manager
Two Blocks North of Depot. American Plan
Rate $2.00 per day. Special by Week or onth
Commercial and Tourist Trade Solicited
Strictly New. All Outside Rooms with Modern Conveniences
Free Sample Room. Hot and Cold Water Baths
D. F. FIELDER, Proprietor
RATES: . $1.50 PER DAY
Special Rates by the Week or Month
Herald Ads Give Uniform Satisfaction
O. P. ARCHER, Proprietor
Every Thing New. Hot and Cold Baths
First-Class Service. Rates $2.00 per day
WANTED Position by young lady
stenographer. Graduate Massey Bus
iness College. Give particulars in first
letter. Address "Stenographer," Caro
Pntegnat Building. Notary ia Office
Fifteen thousand acres in-Artesian
belt on railroad between Yturria and
Raymondville in lots of five thous
and acres, or more, sandy loam, clay i
subsoil. Sweet surface water, well im- I
proved, good timber. Ten to twelve
dollars per acre. Apply to A. T.
W'oodhouse. Raymondville, Texas.
Cures Backache, Kidney and
It corrects irregularities,
strengthens the kidneys so they
will eliminate the impurities
from the blood and tones up
the whole system.
Commence taking Foley's
Kidney Remedy at once and
avoid Bright's Disease or Dia
betes. 50. and $1.00 bottle3.
J An immediate success, the
most satisfying cigar in the
world. No "heaviness;" the
cool smoke burns gently.
Get next to it; it is better to
smoke now than hereafter.
Geo. J. Head, Prop.
We are prepared to do all
anywhere in this section, es
pecially in the Rio Grande
Figure with others and then with us. Ws
give you satisfaction. Asddress
Mercedes, Texas, or P. O. Box 163,
stops the coub and heals lungs
Brownsville Motor Car
& Machinery Co.
Automobiles & Machinery
We carry a Full Line of Automobile Accessories, and
are prepared to do repair work on machinery
of all kinds on short notice.
GARAGE o4ND REPAIR SHOP
On Lower Levee Street
ft Liyeiy, Feed & Sale Stable
Oner Day and Nistht. Soecial Attention
ftS to Baggage and Carriage Calls
L LEVEE ST. RIVER FRONT.
are as essential as diagnosis in case
of sickness your physician must
know his profession, so must the
druggist his. "We All prescriptions
promptly, properly, of pure ingre
dients at not exorbitant prices, and
bespeak your patronage if -we have
it not now. Shall we be so favired?
Every toilet accessory.
Phone 40 . Brownsville, Texa
Co-Operative Canal. Sugar cTHill Now Building,
and a Spur from the Railroad to the Mill
Hallam Colonization Company, Sales 'Mgrs,
Apply to Any Real Estate Dealei
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