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THE iUCoWXSV'lliliE iAlL.V HERALD.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER IV, j'09
THE BROWNSVILLE HERALD
By Brownsville Hernia Publishing Co.
M. J. Slattery
Mrs. Jesse O. Wheeler
- Manager
- - Editor
Official County and city Journal.
Consolidated in 1S9S with the Daily
Cosmopolitan, which was published
i.n Brownsville for sixteen years.
Enlered at the Postoffice. Brownsville,
Texas, as second-class matter.
TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION.
Dally Published every evening
extent Sunday, by mail postpaid
to any point in the United States,
Mexico or Cuba, or delivered by
carrier to any part of Brownsville,
Texas, or Matamoros. Mexico.
One copy one year. . .?6.00
One copy six months." 3.00
Weekly Published Saturday, by
mall nostnaid to any point in the
United States or Mexico.
One copy one year 51.50
One copy six months 75
One copy three months. . .50
Subscriptions Invariably due and
payable in advance.
Advertising rates on application.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1909
Aeroniania is the latest. We may
all have it when we cross the fab
led styx.
"The duck season is now on. The
goose season never quits. Corpus
Christi Herald.
A- Corpus Christi?
The blizzard that covered the
Worth with snow and ice sent a faint
-fcxeath of its refrigerating blast
to relieve the summer heat that was
jDTevailing over South Texas recently.
The weather is perfect in the val
ley nrw.
'Tex:is Waterways
Brownsville, November
10.20 Round Trip.
6a!o Nov. 1G and 17.
Convention.
18-U0.100!).
.Tickets on
. Limit Xov.
S:-4. a.
ar.
2. Train leaves
rives 7:20 p. ni."
In ipite of the above and simi
tar nuertisements now appearing
in the columns of several state, con
temporaries, The Herald can dis
cover no trace of a convention in
-Brownsville except in the brand of
weather that has been handed out
to", us which is strictly in accord
with tradition. Although, it is evi
dent taat some one has blundered
with regard to the convention, still
we. would say to would-be-delgates
and ether intending visitors that
Brownsville is just as attractive now
without a convention as any other
city ::. Texas is with one and it will
jjay t'r-i.: to take a trip down here
asrf irat'-w:v; w Hh our canal
too:: "he latter are bubbling sourc
es of original information, who will
fed giac to take up the hours that
others lot? would have been given
to t1 evanescent convention.
ATT" H'T KIjKJHT NEXT WEEK.
Invent r Newman Will Take Aero
plane to Lomo Alto for Trial.
' It htt probability Prentice A. New.
mn ttf inventor of the Browns
ville ittroplane, will make another
attempt " flight during the eatf.y
part of- ;iext week. Mr. Newman
ha- .'bindoned the plan of making
his tii?' flights from West Browns
ville, c i .ccount of there -being so
much fcrush along the road side
as to ivnder it very difficult to- man-eouv-
U:s machine. He expects to
rvmov . his aeroplane to Lomo Alto
about i.ecn miie distant from the
city the first ol next week and make
his next attempt at flight there.
At Lomo Alto is located a hill
Wiiich t!r. Newman states has a
slant, or about iifty feet to the 100
yards, and he proposes to make his
prciltiiinnrv run down this hill,
-wtvtrh greatly increase the
FpceJ r his machine while on the
grown Mr. Newman is unable to
st.il! jl:" exact date upon which he
"will imaUe his next atempt.
AT OPPORTUNITY -:
IX BROWNSVILLE. -I
1,000.00
49,000.00
3,750.00
22,646.67
1,750.00 '
26,004.30
6,213.20
, No. 7002.
Report of the Condition
of tho
MERCHANTS' NATIONAL IJAXR,
At Brownsville, in the State of i
Texas, at the close of business, No-j
vember 16th, 1909:
Resources.
Loans and Discounts. .$510,215.46
Overdrafts, secured and
unsecured 14,069.91
IT. S. Bonds to secure
circulation 100.000.00
U. S. Bonds to secure U.
S. Deposits
U. S. Bonds on hand. . .
Premiums on U. S.
Bonds
Bonds, Securities, etc. .
Banking house. Furni
ture, and Fixtures. .
Due from National
Banks (not reserve
agents)
Due from State and Pri
vate Banks and Bank
ers, Trust Companies,
and Savings Banks. .
Due from approved re
serve agents 62,188.42
Checks and other Cash
Items
Notes of other National
Banks
Fractional Paper Cur.
rency. Nickels, and
Cents
Lawful Money Reserve
in Bank, viz:
Specie ?33,346.19
Legal tender
notes 12,500.00
Redemption fund with
U. S. Treasurer (5 per
cent of circulation) . .
Due from U. S. Treasurer
Total 1853,609.16
Liabilities.
Capital stock paid in. . $100,000.00
Surplus fund 50,000.00
Undivided Profits, less
Expenses and Taxes
paid 27,340.77
National Bank Notes
outstanding 100,000.00
Due to other National
Banks . 7,052.00
Due to State 'and Pri
vate Banks and Bank
ers 15,150.72
Dividends unpaid 30.00
Individual Deposits sub
ject to check 407,496.34
Demand Certificates of
Deposit 144,539.33
Certified Checks 1,000.00
United States Deposits. 1,000.00
Your Banking
Facilities
Do you contemplate any change in them?
Are you receiving due courtesy and consideration?
It is not our purpose to prey on the business that
properly belongs to other banks, but having in mind that
changes are sure to be made, we imply desire to extend
a most cordial invitation to all who may desire new
banking arrangements, to call on us.
1
1,553.12 j
3,435.00 ;
i
136.80 .
45,846.19
rownsvi
ank & Trust Co.
Interest
Is the greatest, incentive towards saving
money.
When 3-011 find, your money is earning'
something you feel more like saving.
Interest, like a much advertised remedy,
" works while you sleep."
We pay interest on saving's accounts
from $10 up, and on certificates of de
posit for 3, 6 or 12 months' time.
Absolute safety, consistency and courtesy
are our watchwords.
The First National Bank
of Brownsville
i J
.MM I Mil it '
- - - 1
C. B. KONE
Total 5S53, 609.16
State of Texas,
County of Cameron, ss:
I, J. G. Fernandez, Cashier of the
above-named bank, do solemnly
swear that the above statement is
true to the best of my knowledge
and belief.
J. G. FERNANDEZ,
Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before
me this ISth dav of November,
19,01).
F. CHAMPION,
Notary Public Cameron County,
Texas.
Correct Attest:
MIGUEL FERNANuEZ.
E. II. GOODRICH,
J. GREGG.
Directors.
P. K V A I'lTl LA T I O X.
Resources.
Loans $524,285
P. S. Bonds and Premi
ums
Other Bonds and Securi
ties Furniture and Fixtures.
Cash on hand and with
Banks
153,750.00
22,646.67
1,750.00
BEN CARY
NEW
HOTEL RIVERSIDE
New buildings, new furnishings first class
in every detail
Two blocks north ot depot one block west of postoffice
CEKTAIXLY TI1K 3IOST I K.SJKAJ!LE LOCATION JN
THE CITY ESPECIAL ATTENTION TO TRAN
SIENTS :U liOOMS. ALL SOUTH AND SOUTHEAST
EXPOSURE.
$2.00 Per Day
BROWNSVILLE, TEXAS
Take , a ride through
s
West
Brownsville
Youll like it
J. B. SCOTT - - General Manager.
Laundering Dainty Garments
Such as Shirt U'aiitJ, Skirts. Lingerie, etc, is a part of our work which is done in an ex
cellent manner. . We should also do all of your flat work. Our prices for this are
very low and we do it better than you can do it at home.
Telephone No. 1
The Model Laundry
MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK
BROWNSVILLE. TEXAS
Capital and Surplus. $150,000.00
151,177.1.;
$S53,609.10
Liabilities.
Capital Stock $100,000.00
Surplus and Profits. . . . 77,340.77
Circulating Notes 100,000.00
Deposits o7(!,t!08..50
The Underwood
Typewriter
Is the typewriter you wifl eventually ,
buy. L et us place one in your office.
HICKS HARDWARE CO., Agents.
true to the
and belief.
best of our knowledge
SS53.609.16 !
33
Judging from the advertis- -r
ins" columns of the Brownsville -.-Herald,
that city is badly in r.-2-heed"of
a dry goods store. il
24 lire's a great opportunity for v-
y- some enterprising man. who un. r'r.
fiprstanhs the dry goods busi- :
k uesT, as Brownsville is a city
5r of at least 10,000 souls: Cor-SR-
pus T!bristi Herald. 3
i;- Trial's the truth. Browns- rK
fc wile has a few small dry goods -K
a; Iviu ;s but none that are far- r.4.
'mizhud enough to see that rK
t. - ciisht make themselves rK
ii proper hv advertising none
fiinf have the enterprise to aid ?.i
i,r. hf- oromotion of their
-C lawn's development by endeav
& cri'r to increase their own Ht
s;- trade ?s well as contributing -'.i
to th? support of a paper that ri
ts doinfl its best to build up r.-
the town and bring them more fl
ouwtninprB Brownsville has
-'. nm. hnsiness men. however.
-K wh'.'yre enterprising enough to ?I-
:i. nHvrri;p. and who seem to
4t fake prid-i in buying advertis- tH
iri'inf snare that-is worth some-.4:
Ihing
ir these t
H AiHe V
has oi
it is in such men as
,at the hope -of Browns- -j
business development -1
ot" its mainstays. -
Ot'l'icial Statement of the financial
Condition of the
KKOWXSVIIiliK BAXK .V- TKL'ST
COJII'AXy,
At Brownsville, State of Texas, at
the close of business on the 16th day
of November, 1909, published in the
Brownsville Daily Herald, a news-
paper printed ana published at
Brownsville, State of Texas, on the j
19th day of November 1909. I
Besoiiire.
Loans and Discounts
V. V. 1,ASTINGER,
President.
E. A. McGARY,
Cashier.
Sworn and subscribed to before
me this 18 th day of November A.
I)., nineteen hundred and nine.
Witness my hand and notarial
seal on the date last aforesaid.
WM. J. RUSSELL,,
(Seal) Notary Public.
Correct Attest:
L. K. MORRIS,
Directors.
i i: K C A I' I T U li AT I O X.
! Uesourees
! Loans J177.4S9
j Furniture and Fixtures 5,186.77
34;
personal or collateral$133,226.79 I Cash
Loans, real estate 4 4, 2 6 2.7 o !
Oil, 109.52
Furniture and Fixtures.
Due from ap
proved Re
serve Ag
ents $37,453.56
Due from oth
er Banks
and Bank
ers, subject
to check . . 4,864. S3
,186.
1 Liabilities.
j Capital Stock
unaiviaeci proius, uei.
Deposit
.MISCUKAX'I
?245,785.83
. $60,000.00
5,194.89
180..-00.94
FINANCIERS TO
SAN BENITO
WARREN & CROSS
1..M;;K PARTY' EX ROtTE TO AR
RIVE TONIGHT.
Interested in Financial Deal in Cou- j
lection With Increase in Capital '
Stock of San Benito. Co. To Be '
Elaborately Entertained-. ,
Civil and Hydraulic
Engineering Architects
Maps, Plans and Estimates
irrigation Engineering one of our Specialties
Rooms 4 and 6, Puente Building, Brownsville, Texas
Two .
i i ' i
42.31S.39
Cash Items.
Currency . . .
Specie
3,004.39
15,242.00
2,544.74
Broke
Special to The Herald.
Beeville, Texas, Nov. 19'
Pullman cars of Northern
and business men who are en route
to San Benito as guests of the "W. R
Compton Co., of St. Louis, who are
financing the San Benito project
passed here today. They have visit
ed Dallas, Houston, Galveston, San
Antonio and other Texas cities where
they have large interests, and where
bankers and commercial clubs have
royally entertained these disting
uished guests. San Benito is pre
paring an elaborate entertainment
i fni- thorn Tliev will reach there to-
t" I ICES INTO STOICE. j n!ght an(1 win reniain in the val
ley three days.
$245,785.83
Glass in Door of
DniK Store.
Martinez
BROWNSVILLE MLST RAISE
50 L
8838 "1
s
Twelve hundred and eight fractional blocks aggregating one
hundred and eighty-seven lots, in the Stillman extension to the
city, (formerly known as the "Woodhouse Labor") adjoining
West Brownsville.
Will Sell in Bulk. Easy Terms
Address: ! Woodhouse,
Raymondville,
Texas
20,791.13
Total
.245,7S5.S3
Liabilities.
Capital Stock paid in..
Undivided Profits, net.
Due to Banks and
Bankers, subject to
check
Individual Deposits, sub
ject to check 92,061.30
Time Certificates of De-
560,000.00
5,194.89
56,179.49
About twelve o'clock last night!
i
some miscreant broke the glass in '
one of the doors of the drug store j
of Jose Martinez on the corner of j
Adams and Eleventh Street, with
a bullet fired from a 44-calibre re
volver. The bullet pierced the edge
of the sheet iron awning in front
of the store, turning downward and
passing through the glass in the
door and hitting the wood work of
a chow case on the interior of the
tore, tro'i'i vt.iK-n it giance.i on to
Money National Baseball Ass'n
Draws for (Giiavantee.
nosit o,4J.io
Cashier's Checks 1.0" i the floor
AVho fired the bullet or from
Total ?24t),i so.&rf i where it was fired is mere conjec-
Today Joe Katool is busily en- rrrj&rfi&ri&ri&r
gaged in soliciting funds with which ,
State of Texas,
County of Cameron.
We, "W. W- Lastinger, as presi
dent and E. A. JIcGary as cashier
of said bank, each of us, do solemn
ly swear that the above statement i
1 ture. Although several persons
1 heard the shot, yet no one saw the
man who fireu It. Judging from
the course of the bullet, the shot
was evidently fired from a point
above the level of the awning.
to comnlete the $250, which it
necessary to deposit with the Nat
ional Baseball Association in order
for Brownsville to obtain a charter
in the Southwest Texas Baseball
League. Sometime since Juni Cob
olini and Mr. Katool collected $210,
which is ?40 short of the necessary
I nmnunt Rrnwnsville lias been
sion and unless the draft is honored. J ft KILGORb, narlHlgeil, 1 CXaS.
within the next three days Browns-1. " . ' 1
ville will be dropped from the list , M
of towns composing the Southwest rrnrVir:Or!3r
I Texas League. CF Ci "O" "O" U u cj c c c t o "O'-O"
SUGAR CANE
Several thousand tons of sugar cane wanted for immediate
delivery. Must be of excellent quality- Mention price per
ton f. o. b. railroad station. Address

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