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WISE & NEWMAN!
1 Staple and Fancy . 1
I GROCERIES !
I TRY US; WE'LL TREAT YOU RIGHT j
PHONE No. 65
Brownsville
Grain
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Incorporated
Buy and Sell All Kinds or
Hay, Grain and Feedstuffs
Wholesale and Retail
SPECIAL:
We Are cAgents For the Best
if the Southern Seed Houses.
See us Before You Order.
Lumber Hardware
implements
A Complete Up-to-date Stock of Lumber and lHardware
John Deere Implements, New Moline Wagons, Eclipse
Windmills, Waukegan and Glidden Galvanized Barb
Wire and General Ranch Supplies
"WEIABE YOURS TO SERVE"
RAYMOND VILLE, TEXAS.
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I Rates: $2.00 and $2.S0 Per Day
j Everything New and UptoDate j
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O. B. KOXE, Proprietor.
AmericaiKPkn.. Rates $2.00
EXCELLENT LOCATION
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Mrs. E. J. irarkness. Proprietress.
! Open Day and Night All the Year
Home For Commercial Men and Tourists
European and o4merican Plan. Rates $2.00 Per Day and Up
Everything Modern and New. We Solicit Your Patronage
Adams Street, Between Hlh and 12th Sts., Brownsville, Texas
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D. F. FIELDER, Proprietor
RATES: $1.50 PER DAY
Special Rates by the Week or Month
Herald Ads Give Uniform Satisfaction
METEOROGICAL REPORT '
The following observations -were
taken at the South Texas Garden for
the 24 hours ending at eight o'clock
today:
Brownsville, Texas, Nov. 26, 1908
Barometer 7 p. m. yesterday 29.81
Barometer at 7 a. m. today. . 29.99
Temperature at 7 a. m. today ?2.0
Maximum temp, yesterday. . 85.0
Minimum temp, this morning 67.0
Precipitation 05
DOTS FROM: DONNA.
LOCAL ITEMS
Orders taken for angel food cakes.
Phone 193. 11-4-26
For 25c and 35c lodgings apply to
McCain, fronting the desot. 6-27-tf
FOR RENT Two offices in Puente
building. Apply to L. B. Puente.
11-26-12
Silver Spoon Whiskey at ?1.50 per
quart to be sold for thirty days at
$1.00 at T. urixell's. 10-30-tf
Owing to the death of Mr. Simon
Celaya the Celford Theater will be
closed tonight.
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
Don't miss King's Daughters' so
cial Friday night, at residence of
Miss Eloisa Cavazos. Homemade
hot tomales and coffee will be served.
A FJiie 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
Bo sure and come to the King's
Daughters social Friday at 8 p. m.,
residence of Miss Eloisa Cavazos,
this city. Hot tamales and coffee
will be served free. A good time, is
promised.
House for Sale. Brand new house
of six rooms, 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.
11-19-tf
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.
ll-24-5t
A Correction. The local adver
tisement, printed in yesterday's Hex
aid under the heading, "Mexican In
vestments," is republished today with
a correction. In yesterday's issue
it was printed "annual profit of
$o00,000," when It should have been
$5,000,000 Instead only a differ
ence of $4,500,000. Mistakes, how
ever, will occur, even in the best
regulated printing offices.
Committee Dissolved. The follow
ing has been handed In for publica
tion: "The committee appointed at
the Commercial Club meeting last
Monday night to arrange for the en
tertainment of Col. and Mrs. W. J.
Bryan at Brownsville, met as per ap
pointment yesterday afternoon at
the Commercial Club, and decided
that, as the entertainment of our dis
tinguished visitors had been fully
provided for outside of the commit
tee, there was no service the com
mittee could perform for the club
and the reason for Its existence hav
ing passed the committee was dissolved."
Driving Turkeys to Market.
Cuero, Texas, Nov. IS. A drove
of 1600 turkeys came into Cuero yes
terday from Hamon, In Gonzales
county. It was a sight that attracted
much attention. Local dealers bought
the birds, which will be killed and
dressed for shipping.
A widower who was married re
cently for the third time, and whose
bride had been married once before
herself, wrote across the bottom of
the wedding invitations: "Be sure
and come; this is no amateur perfor
nance." Argonaut.
ADVERTISE IN THE HERALD
Steel Arriving For Spur Track to
Rivei" Personal Notes.
Donna, Texas, Nov. 25. L. A.
Smartt and G. B. Merrlwether have
returned from Corpus Christ! whore
they went to attend the State Water
ways convention.
Miss RosaHooks, who is teaching
at El Capote Ranch spent the day In
Donna Monday.
Miss Flora Volz is spending a few
days visiting friends in Brownsville.
Miss OlgasWeiss of Beafamont, who
has beqn thel guest of Mrs. Donna
Fletcher, is expected to return for
the continuation of her visit after
having gone to San Angelo as a del
egate from Beaumont to the conven
tion of the Texas Federation of
Women's Clubs.
H. E. Bennett of Mercedes spent
Sunday with friends in Donna.
Mr. Keepharte and Mr. Freeman
of Mercedes were visitors recently.
Mr. Philip Collins of Beaumont is
spending a few days here on busi
ness. W. H. Turner and family returned
to Brownsville after spending a few
days in ponna.
Mr. Davis of St. Louis and Mr.
Henley of Florida are among the re
cent cltfzens of Donna.
The machinery for the second lift
for the canal of the La Donna Syndi
cate Is being unloaded and installed.
The steel and ties for the building
of the spur to be run from Donna to
the river are on hand and work is
expected to begin on the construction
at once. Mr. Burgess, the chief en
gineer for the railroad company, and
two asistants made the survey last
week.
Miss Annie Hodges will entertain
the DoDnna Tennis Club Saturday
evening.
A. W. Carpenter while out riding
Saturday afternoon was thrown from
his horse and badly hurt, his leg be
ing broken above the knee.
D. Carpenter of Knobnoster, Mo.,
arrived Sunday on a visit to his
brother, A. W. Carpenter.
KINGSY1LLE NEWS NOTES.
Returned From Bridal Tour Ar
ranging to Handle Vegetables.
Special to The Herald:
Kingsville, Texas, Nov. 25. Mr.
and Mrs. R. J. McMillan arrived in
the city last night from Mexico City,
where they went on a bridal tour.
Mr. McMillan, who is assistant gen
eral Attorney of the St Louis,
Brownsville & Mexico Railroad, was
married on the 10th of this month
to Miss Susie Shelton of Waco. They
will make Kingsville their home and
for the present have apartments at
King's Inn.
Wm. Doherty, traffic manager of
the St. Louis, Brownsville & Mexico
Railroad, has gone to Houston on
business connected with the road,
and which will keep him there two or
three days. Mr. Doherty is now
making arrangements to handle with
the greatest expediency the coming
vegetable crop of the Lower Rio
Grande Valley, and, in order that his
work may be facilitated, is gathering
estimates of the acreage planted and
which will govern him in his con
tracts for refrigerator and ventila
or cars.
E. S. Hyser. division road master
of the St. Louis, Brownsville & Mex
ico Railroad, left this morning for
Refugio where, this evening, he will
be united in mariage to a young lady
of that city. The private car
Paisano was placed at his disposal by
the railroad and in this he will make
his bridal tour to Houston, Galveston
and San Antonio.
It Is known among his friends
here that Tom Waite, one of the pop
ular Gulf Coast Line conductors, is
soon to claim as his own one of the
fairest daughters of a Central Texas
city and already he is receiving con
gratulations on his good fortune.
LAND BARGAIN.
Fifton thousand acres In Artesian
belt on railroad between Yturria and
Raymondville in lots of five thous
and acres, or more, sandy loam, clay
subsoil. Sweet surface water, well Im
proved, good timber: Ten to twelve
dollars per acre. Apply to A. T.
Wood house. Raymondville. Texas.
San
Carlos
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GEO.p. BEARD, Manager
Two Blocks Northlof Depot. American Plan
Rate $2.00 per day. Special by Week c " 'onth
Commercial and Tourist Trade Solicited
HERALD WANT ADS
For Rent.
FOR RENT Nice front room on
Crippe property north of Rio Grande
Hotel. Cll-25-tf
FOR RENT Store on Washing
ton street now occupied by the Amer
ican restaurant. Apply to W. F. Den
nett. cl0-17-tf
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. ll-14-7t
For Sale Miscellaneous
FOR SALE Al gentle buggy
horse, also an upright piano good as
new. Apply to W. H. Mason, sr.
11-14-tf
FOR SALE 150,000 good bricks.
Apply to Frank A. Creager. Cll-25-tf
Strictly New. All Outside Rooms with Modern Conveniences
Free Sample Room. Hot and Cold Water Baths
O. P. ARCHER, Proprietor
Every Thing New. Hot and Cold Baths
First-Class Service. Rates $2.00 per day
McALLEN,
TEXAS
BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE.
100 acre tract 2 miles from city
on Central Boulevard Brownsville
Land & Improvement Company, canal
northern moundary, 40 acres cleared,
balance timber plenty water, easi
ly platted to continuation Brownsville
Land and Improvement Gompany's
townsite.
350 acres of land ten about miles
from city, heavily timbered about
1 miles from Olmito station, tim
ber will more than pay for clearing
of land, short distance from canal.
Other bargains at bargain prices. E.
H. Goodrich & Son. 8-3-tf
See our ad on first page. 11-20-2
If you suffer from constipation and
liver trouble Foley's Orino Laxative
will cure you permanently by stimu
lating 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
Remeay
Cures Backache, Kidney and
Bladder Trouble.
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 bottles.
Automobiles
FOR HIRE
PHONE No. 6
BROWNSVILLE TRANSFER
COMPANY
Frank W. Kibbe
R. E. IloUaatf
Kibbe & Holland
Attorneys at taw
Brownsville, Texas
Pulegnat Bnifdin;. Notary la Office
PORTO RICO
5 c Straight
"Everywhere11
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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.
The Eagle
...Pharmacy
Geo. J. Head, Prop.
We are prepared to do all
kinds of
WELL WORK
anywhere in this section, es
pecially in the Rio Grande
Valley.
Figure with others and then with us. We
give you satisfaction. Aaddress
W. S. Collins
Mcrczdes, Texas, or P. O. Box 165,
Brownsville, Texas
stops the couh and heals lungs
Brownsville Motor Car
& Machinery Co.
Automobiles & Machinery
W'carry a Full Line of Automobile Accessories, and
are prepared to do repair work on machinery
of all kinds on short notice.
GARAGE oAND REPAIR SHOP
On Lower Levee Street
lesoo 1 ransfer Loe 1
i LiyerYi Feed & Sale Stable t
Open Day and Night. Special Attention f
to Baggage and Carriage Calls ' f)
LEVEE ST. RIVER FRONT. TELEPHONE No. 139
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Good Drugs
are as essential as diagnosis in case
of sickness your physician must
know his profession, so must the
druggist his. We fill 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 favored?
Every toilet accessory.
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WILLMAN'S PHARMACY
Phone 40 Brownsville, Tesa
LA
DONNA
allam Colonization Company, Sales Mgrs
Co-Operative Canal. Sugar oMill Now Building,
and a Spur from the Railroad to the Mill
Apply to Any Real Estate Dealei

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