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Brownsville daily herald.
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NO. 207.
BROWNSVILLE, TEXAS, MONDAY, MARCH 1, 1909
SINGLE COPIES, 5 CENTS
Hay
Ties
cin immense stock of No. 16 Annealed Hay Ties,
1 bundle. Our price is right. We pay the freight on
shipments of 5 bundles or more.
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COMMITTEES
WERE NAMED
SEWERAGE MOVEMENT IS GHAD
UALLY TAKING FORM.
TAT LMTf - A
JLTL 1 WITH JL iTL"
RIGATED LAND
FOR SALE
... ... ' 1 A i I. f ... I r. innflnftniifi a.
Mr. Taylor Is an ex-ranger, and his experience in fanning dates back
to. thp time of his purchase of Ave acres of land at ha Lomita one
after planting them went to the new town of Chapin, where he
During Ws absence Ids beans matured, and he instructed a neighbor to
AVhen ho returned to Mission a day or two ago he was very agree-
to him,, aggregating S391.02.
When It is realized that this crop was planted, grown and marketed
-!? tii tim thrw months nr iirtnhpr. jvovpmucr anu lfecenmer ana re
alized at the rate of S2G1.00 per acre or S130.00 per untc, lor the time
uipt lvfirn iicinir prmvn. snmr iiip.i 01 tub nossiuiuues i "laiuu ujuuit
m ub better understood.
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Executive Committee and Committee
From Each Ward to Canvass for
Stock Subscriptions In Sewerage
Company -Meeting This Evening.
A meeting of the general solicit
ing committee that has charge of the
sewerage movement was hid at the
commercial club rooms Saturday at
430 p. m. Present were Messrs. Wm,
Kelly, "chairman; R. N. JIaglll, secre
tary; F. Yturria, L. Cobolini, M. Han
son, Ben Kowalski, F. W. Kibbe, R.
B. Creager, H. K. Loew, E. A. Mc
Gary, S. C. Tucker, Uriah Lott, Noah
Allen.
The principal object of the meeting
was to select an executive commit
tee to have general supervision of
the work of selling stock in the
proposed sewerage Company and to
name sub-committees in each ward
to make a canvass of the property
owners for subscriptions to stock.
The following were selected as mem
bers of the executive committee.
F. Yturria, Jas. A. Browne, Jas. B.
Wells, Uriah Lott, S. C. Tucker, F. J.
Combe, E. C. Forto.
The following ward committees
were selected:
First Ward-sBen Kowalski, 51.
Alonzo, B. G. Stegman, L. H. Hallam,
Geo. Head, M. Fernandez, L. H. Bell.
Second Ward S. L. Dworoian, R.
B. Creager, Teofilo Crixell, F. W.
Kibbe, M. Hanson, Frank Rabb, Juan
G. Fernandez.
Third Ward E. A, McGary, A.
Ashheim, L. Cobolini, Joe Celaya. A.
C. Brokaw, R. B. Holland, F. Lopez.
J. B. Scott, Oscar Souder, John F.
Vails.
Fourth Ward Noah Allen, John
McClintock, E. H. Goodrich, Geo.
Champion, Dr. G. H. Thorn, Dr. II. K.
Loew, A. Cueto, Adolfo Garza Lou C.
Hill, Joseph Webb, W. G. Williuan,
The committees will meet at 5
p. m. today at the commercial club
rooms to organize and map out a
plan of work. After discussing sev
eral features of the sewerage ques
tion the meeting adjourned.
INTENATIONAL
TREATY WANTED
FOR USE OF RIO GRANDE FOR
IRRIGATION PURPOSES.
Congressman Slayden Introduces
Concurrent Resolution Asking
State Department to Negotiate
Treaty With Mexico.
Washington, Feb. 28. Represent
ative Slayden of Texas submitted a
concurrent resolution in the house
Saturday to direct the secretary of
"state to negotiate a treaty with Mexr
ico for the equitable and mutually
satisfactory distribution of water
from the Rio Grande river for irriga
tion purposes. Mr. Slayden's idea is
that the,treaty should be broad
enough to permit associations, com
panies or individuals to . construct
dams and other works that will enable
them to obtain water from the river
to irrigate the land on either side, the
work to be done under the direction
of an international board.
Mr. Slayden does not expect to get
his resolution through congress at
this session but hopes to work up
enough interest to have-it passed at
the special session or soon after the
convening of the new congress. Here
tofore the 'Rio Grande has been con
sidered as a navigable stream and, be
ing an international boundary, is
e-ovfi'rnefl hv th last treatv between
' the United States and Mexico relative
to this subject. The measure is of
considerable interest to the people of
the Rio Grande Valley.
Billy Tate, who until recently has
been engaged with an engineering
corps at Santa Maria, has resigned
that position, and will in future be
employed as manager for the Browns
ville Transfer Company, of this city.
Mr. Tate entered upon his new duties
today. His many Brownsville friends
are glad that Billy will be able to
stay in town again.
THE TENT MEETING.
Rev. Sid Williams, Noted Evangelist,
Draws Large Crowds.
Charles M. Armstrong of the Arm
strong ranch arrived on the mid-day
train.
Grand
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sion
CHAPIN
SUNDAY. MARCH 2TH
J Through Train Leaves Brownsville at 9:00 Sharp. Returning Will Leave Chapin About 5:00P. M.
Round Trip" Rates as Follows: . ' - ; -
Brownsville - - -Son
Benito and Harlengen
Mercedes -
$1.00
.75
.50
Big Free Barbecue
Base Ball - - Brownsville vs. Mercedes
Bicycle Races, Pony Races, Brass Band.
See the Newest and Best Town in the Valley. Buy a Business Lot in the County Seat of Hi
dalgo County. Northern Land Seekers, Do Not Miss This Trip.
Everybody is Going---
"Come and Have a Good Time. You'll Like it. Bring Your Own Sweetheart
;! E5 Wo Rowson C8
, 3 Exclasive Sales Agents for Chapin Townsite Company
jx BROWNSVILLE
CHAPIN
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Yesterday marked the opening of
the series of revival meetings which
will be conducted in this city by Rev.
Sid Williams, the noted Baptist evan
gelist. It was a- red letter day with
the revival people. The tent, in
which the meetings are held, being
pitched on Levee street near the pas
senger station, will comfortably ac
commodate about 300 persons. The
seats were all filled in the morning,
and at night scores of people stood
around on the outer edge of the tent
until the close of the service, being
unable to get seats.
Rev, Edward Hamilton led the
choir and congregational singing.
The sermon hy Mr. Williams was
; on the text "I am not ashamed of the
Gospel of Christ," Romans, 1st cnap
ter and 16th verse. It was a stirring
talk on the responsibility of Chris
tians and their duty to stand up be
fore men, acknowledging their faith
and exemplifying its teachings in
their lives.
.In the evening, '"The Judgement,"
based upon the 20th chapter of Ro
mans, formed .the theme of one of
the most rousing sermons ever
preached in Brownsville. Among
other things, Mr. Williams pointed
out the lack of-Sunday observance in
Brownsville, and spoke against the
practice of 'attending bull fights "on
Sunday.
Miss Stone Williams, the daughter
of the evangelist, sang a beautiful
solo "For you I am praying," at the
evening service.
At the close of the service, in re
sponse to the preacher's earnest plea
thatall who would try to live better
livesMn future would come forward,
many approached the pulpit. A num
ber also requested the' church to pray
for them.
Tonight the subject of the sermon
, ill be "Snakes."
At the request of some from other
in the valley, it has been ar-mgc-d
to hoM an afternoon service
every day, whicn will be so timed
that "people can come in on the
12:30 train, attend the service aad
leave by the 4:15 train, If they so
desire. This service is also designed
for- the convenience of the schools,
so -that teachers or pupils may at
tend after the close of the afteraoon
session at 3:30.
Mr. Williams comes to Brownsville
with a state-wide reputation as- an
evangelist. As one f bis admirers
says of him, he is a "stump puller and
a 3og roller" in the work, of promot
ing the development of the religious
institutions in a" new country, and his
coming to Brownsville may do great
good in arousing people to their re
ligious duties.
DISTRICT COURT IS OPENED.
Ijak?o -Dockets Give Promise or a
Very Dnsy Term.
The March term oi the district
court was opened here this-afternoon
at two o'clcek. Judge W. B. Hopkins
of Corpus Christi, presiding. The af
ternoon session was spent in impanel
ing therand jury.-appointing the in
terpreter and other, court officers and
'-:. fi?c docket. The term will
now be for six weeks, instead of four
as formerly. This -promises to be a
very busy ternv as- there is quite a
large docket of both civil and crim
inal "cases for Ihe terml
Main Canal 27 miles long,
250 feet wide and 20 feet
deep. 13,000 acre feet of
storage 4 sections separat
ed by locks and dams. Wat
er stands 4 feet higher ia
e&ch section than in the one
next below. 50 miles of lat
erals, or branch canals now
completed mid in operation.
Take our free automobile
trip to the headgates and see
for yourself.
Water In any quantity de
sired Hows naturally from
the bottom of the Rio Grande
into our main canal and
from there into the laterals
and out upon the fields. It
does this when the river is
low as well as whea the river
is high. To Oil the canal we
simply lift one or mero of
the eight gates in the big
concrete wall.
SAN BENITO
0a Main Line of Gulf Coast Railway 19 Miles North of BrowBsviHe
The Delta of the Rio Grande is the Most FavoFed Region on
the Continent for Farming, Trucking and Fruit Growing
San Benito is the Most Favored Spot
tin the Rio Grande Delta Because We HaveST;
Water in Abundance
Which is the One Thing Needful
At San Benito You Will Find
The Only Gravity Canal in the Brownsville Country
The Only Canal in the Valley that has Navigation
We are Now irrigatingjthousands of acres WithoutPumps
Get off ihe train at SAN BENITO or call at our Brownsville office, opposite Miller
Hotel. Write or ask for ticket giving you FREE AUTOMOBILE RIDE from Brownj.
vi!!e to San Benito via our Hcaigaies. Write for Booklet.
San Benito Land & Water Co.
SAN BENITO, TEXAS. .
ALBATHEYWOOD. President SAM A.ER0BERTS0N, Secretary and Engineer
v Cane and ether products
Rhandled on barges (20 by GO
Pfeet) through our series of
fe'locks and dams.
The town of San Benito Is
growing rapidly. Splendid
hotel. Running water in ev
ery room.
m
H Two Splendii driven wells just brought -n at San Eenito.
m Pure Sweet water a 180fe:t
A. M. Snyder left Saturday after
noon for Galveston, where he goes to
attend the convention of the state
grand lodge of the Independent Or
der of Odd Fellows and Rebekah de
gree, which convened there today.
Mr. Snyder goes as the representative
of Brownsville Lodge, U. D., I. O. O.
P.
Bing stung sfagam- vesterday.
Wink You are always gittlSgifrig."
What now? Bink Answered an ad
that said for a dollar they would tell
me how to save plumbers' bill. Wink
And the answer? Bink Just two
words: "File them." Chicago Daily
"News.
and i nmino"
The New Spring Stock of Furniture and Vehicles of
HANCOCKLAMB FURNITURE CO. ;
GARLAND STOVES STUDEBaKER BU0Q1FS i
Brownsville Hardware Company
Leading Retailer and Distributor
General Hardware and Agricultural Implements
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Harlemite J you wrote yesterday
morning I don't see why r only got
your note this evening. Downtownite
I do. 1 affixed a special delivery' to
the letter. New York Times.
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Falfurrias
The Land of Now
Development in the Falfurrias Country is a present
fact, aud not a promise, for the investor or for the
homeseeker, offering unequalled opportunity to
share the profits of the "Land of Heart's Delight"
2 TRAINS DAILY 2
Both ways via the SAP. Brownsville Road Passengers
connect at Corpus Christi, Robstown or Sinton.
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