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ejS3ssi IAS. M. ARMSTRONG & COMPANY I L.VXD AMi INVESTMENT BROW SVILLE, TEXAS I f 10.000,000 ACRES j l TEXAS AND MEXICO LANDS ! j ; f ...... . i" irr. small. cali'.v :j .arms ara u: Lct'-us kn.v,' .. rr.d can r.:z:.t:c: y -ou An-lihifchup Hat- Uu- Turn' ('i 'itiinit'd Ti'oni .. ! . i tor tii .i.ipoiutiuein . '- .i .'i.. 10 tat"' ih- matter m !i;.nd. few ,acd w:-, Ja-. B. Wi'U , Dr. A, u. .I.lger, E. C. Korto, Fiauk Rabb, AT. ' '..ma. (-s. ;j. Murphy, D. iVr.. idC-P, M. J. Sialtcry, John liaiui 1:1, A. A., srone, F Champion, E ' Hork ; .'. H Pt;tegnr.i a ,d T. A. 15- -nl . i ho u.nner lie.tt in m.iioi o: tiir-) a.i of th.- Oblat,- ord' 1 .!ii! to S'O -mi an o:i ortuinty oi inocung iIipJ mi of the ( ongregatiou H'ovt i ot- - -.ccessful. It was prei'.in it !y tne .dies of the congregation and was .ild in the refectory ot the Oblate .)t'.s. ' j . Xi'Ot ,i.-m1U .veiv .i''i';'-'''i' 'Ollteuwili, Rev. Father,' Uuguaid, n sell, Zo'pcneB. Chateau, Vila anu ".rother Paradan ot" Brownsxille, nev i athers Salas and Yillare;.'. of Mata oros, Capt. W'm. Keliy, '.ide -r.r . Wells, .lmV;e K. C. F' ' to. tc attorney Kleibcr, Dr. A. V. Hilger, '.Tesars. F. Champion, G ("-.amnion. . liguel Garcia, J. Webb, Frank Rnbb, . J. ouittery, V. ... l'utegnat P. J. Vivier, C. Garza, Jr., J. Martinez. D., and A. Benavides, A. i.eriits.'ij, K. Itoike and L. Vcsseron. At the conclusion of the dinner district Attorney Kleiber, as toast master, arose and welcomed the guebi fi the evemng, r?'sonal!, ;iitl, at .ead of the order of missionary !.riests, whiih he said, "lias .in more in tlie k.i half century to ;u -vance the cause of civilization n .his Valley than any other agency.'- He ' en called in succession upon lurtgt . ells to respond to the toast "Our Cuest;'" Arihbishop Dontenwyi, "The Holy Father;" Capt. Vm. Kelly, President rait;'" .ludge Forto. "Vht Oblates;" and M. 1. Slatter, "The P.rownsvill" Herald." Beautiiiil and loving tributes were .aid by .luig.s Wells and Forto to tiie late Fathei Parisot and the otnei nioneer members of the Oblate order who spent their iic- iaboiing in thi alley. Quoting Macaulay's estimate of tht .':tliolic Church as a moral iu:Ve. Judge We'.!, app'ied it ' the uoii- ol the Oblate along the border, -oeak- r.g from own experience of thirty .wars of travel ur and down the river and bis -consequent knowledge ot rhem and of Mie resuiL 6( tlieir la. . ors. Judge Forto spoke in a -imilar 'rain, telling tlie story of a tfap many years ago through the brush to Rio Granae City with Judge Russell .::d of meeting missionary priests along the way, sometimes camping out, and perhaps, wet and hungry. Whenever one was met, Judge Rus-Jold. sell would take him aside and taiK rrivatelv to him. When asked about i it, he said that although cot a church man, h- realized and apprei iaed the war... being done by the priests and could nevtr pass one without phoine his appreciation in some way. Archbishop Dontenwill pi.-kt briefly concerning the personality ol Pius X and the light he is making not only against enemies of the Catholic Church, but against infidelity and an archy, in all forms and the highei criticsm which would destroy the Bi ble and all revealed religion. Capt. Kelly paid a short but elo- iwt tributt fto,the, peT aAOty of Brownsville, Cameon Coun. public worth of President Taft, w hom , Xexas I he called the most powerful ruler on ; B;ownsvi T Dec, oth. A. D. earth today, deriving his power not, ,go9 r from ancestry, nor from any great conflict, but solely from the consent . c- iT- Brewster. of his people. ' United Stateslarshall, i nMneinn nf Pant Kellr's 1 cr-ech. the-Archbishop arouse.i en.' thisiasm by arising and starting tae 1 I) O X X A D O X X A vlutC vv-i buiuiui rr ' want. We have it in any lo- bst prices. Write or call. j 5 .nj; oi "Ameri.'j," in which ti,. "it ire party qui kiy joined. " h teast "The Brownsville Her- 'Ki was responded to brieSvbv ..i . &lii:icrv. who also made the si.- ,'e-tron regai ding the establishra'ni if the Xnights of Columbus in tni- ,,r , ;; as toiu awove. i- otiowing tuc i .ililifiintinent of the committee Ite. Father Salas of .Matamoros spoke i. i raise and encouragement of the ac- . ;ion that had been tatcen and a hna. ' ...ist to the ladies who had so kind;. ' trken charge of the preparation f I ihf dinner was proposed by the guff the evening. Ar-!.bisl'p Dontenwill left on the .! ."i 'ra'n this afternoon for Corpus Chnui h.?re hfc will stay until to :!orrov, going thence to San Antonu to leinain there over New Year's Day. From ba:: Antonio ho goef north for a shoit visit before seating cut or hi" i "v. rn to Rome NOTICE OF MARSHAL'S SAIiK. L' uited States of America. Southern District of Texas. Public notice is hereby given, that , h irtue of an 'Order of Sale dated December 13th A. D. 1909, issued out of Hie honorable District Court of the United Stat(.s for the Southern i District of Texas on a judgment ! , , , . . , . . . ; rendered in Said Court, otuthe eignth day of December. - D. 190, In fa- j (' of tne t. nited States and against ; Nineteen head of Hors0s and Mules.'' condemning sa'd Nineteen head of ', Hores and llulyjs and ordering them 'o he sold, and which are particu i ii i.v described as follows, to-wit: One iron gray .)ld. nmrA fnnr vnrs ! - J ; ! animals, the bacteria. C. E. A. Win lack horse mule three years i'flow and Anne Rogers Winslow have, N - I according to Prof. F. P. Gorna. On, lb!. One vi oil dun hoise mute-five year-- jd tv- . I ! One woll ve.u s old. dun horse mule One .strawberry roan horse m il. i wo jears old. , Two brown hor:-e mules two ye..; old. Two brown mare mules two y.ars old. One sorrel mare mule two veal , 1 ,jtl j One red roan mare mule two rears old. One brown horse mule one year old. vjne r,.d sorrel horse mule one year old. One brown horse mule one year colored dun horse ! One mouse .nule one year old. One light bay horse mule one jear old. One brown horse mule two years old. One brown horse mule two yeaiy; old. v v One iron gray horse mule tjvo years old. I will, accordingly, offer said Stfuie een head of Horses and Mulefe for ale at public vendue to the b:igke.st and best bidder, for cash, jon the 6th, day of January, A. D. fllO, at 2 o'clock P. M., before tha United Qt i ( otr (' -in j-f Unnc. . 1 .-i r r i in thf bOUtnern DlS-inCt OI lexi By W.B. Linton. J Depmj. 1) O X X I A ,o X X A D O X X A DO O X X A I) O XX A DO X X A I O X X A 1) O X X A DO X X A COLONIZATION GO,? Brownsville, Texas Saks Managers La Donna Canai Lands. iijiiuiiat "V111 THEORIST IN DEEP TROUBLE. He Cannot Understand Why Things Disappear When They Are Not In Constant Use. "Did you ever notice," asked the the-' orist, 'how a thins v ill disihiuear if you don't use it for a-.,h:te? Leave it around ,your room lor a v. Iiile and It will vanish." "Easy enough," said the practical man. 'The servant 'sweeps it into the wastebasket." 1 "Xot at ali,'' said the thtoiist. "Try the experiment of having two of anj--thing and use one, and the ot'-r ?.iU disappear. I mislaid my pocketknife a few weeks ago and bought another. I found my old pne that night wid car ried both in my pocket for awhile, al ways using the.new one. In the course of time die old one vanished van ished magically from my pocket." "You dropped it," said the practi cal r-an. "Why didn't I drop the new one?" asked the theorist "And why is it arrays that way? I had a new key made for my "office desk, under the im pression that there was something wrong with the old one. There wasn't I carried both of them on a ring. Aft er awhile the old one, which I didn't use, vanished off the key ring. "At home I use an eyeshade for reading at night I had two, one light and one havy. Lately I have ' been using- the heavy o-e alone, teep- 1 ing the light one in a drawer. To-da I opened the drawer and found the ' light o?e gone. Do yon thick the maid opened the drawer s j ?s to lind some thing to sequester i'cr the waste- ' baRket?" "Bosh!" said the practical maa "Trr jt," said the theorist " , ONLY USED SAFETY MATCHES. . ! Tenc Tender-Hearted Man Explains Why He Has Given Up tlie Other Kind. , ' "I never carry any but safety 1 matches," said the orator in the red, White and blue rest "It's a matter of conscience with me." - "Why so? " uiui.ea the crrra rtii , ior. "Because," s?id the oraor, -when the world uses safety matches exclus- : Ively, phossy jaw w:!! disappear. You know what phery jiw is? i''s the rot- ' :lns CTrtly cf the jawbone, as horrible an ill rr '-i rosy, that is contracted by the workei3 oor duffers in fac tnrles whe.ro strike-anywhere matchcif are nde. rL-zz? Jaw comes front vjhite phosphorus. White phosphef' j lis n the b"se of strike-anywhero , inalLs, but ia safeties there's not a j grain of it, and so in safety-match fac- . tories phossy jaw is unknown. 'It always seems to me." concluded th-a orator, "when I scratch a strike- anywhere match, that I am helping to Sve some Por S'rl or boy worker phossy jaw. But when I scratch a ty 1 feeJ ,jke .q his Rockefeller institute or Metchnikoff in his laboratory I am helping to rid 'or,c; ot Study of Bacteria. ! There could hardly be i better es I ample of tlie scientific spirit than the recent annlicatlon of tlie oethods of i . . . . .- : biometry to tnose excessive minute marked the beginning of a tt era in bacteriological classification nnd momenclature by their studies in this direction. They have applied tho i methods used by anthropologists and Etudents of variation and heredity to th dfinltion of the species of bac- teria. The results are, of ourse, tech nical in their nature, and in them selves only Interesting to students of the subiect. but they have u broad general interest because they rve Ivj&ic to assure ine public that advene on strictly scientific lines is being made' in the study of those almost infinitesi mal creatures that play so Important 1 a part in human life and everything tluit human life depends upon. MP good Dame busihess through the advertisinsr door. When yrju keep your business j a secret you are locking Mme. Fortune out. See us to-dav about our ad, rates. ; . - ; -;- rl- HERALD WANT AD FOR SALE A four horse power gasoline engine. Can be seen in op- sration at The Herald. t) FOR SALE ...i lords of good wood, regular lenttli at SI. 75 per cord, FOB Hacano, Texas, B. Lanata. P. O. Box .t. Brownsville, Texas. SALE Wooden counter, r so and cash drawer. Cheap. 4 re Herald. 12-7-tf FOR SALE First class mule. Ar .ly to J. H. Hawkins, on uesaca neqr Ohio & Texas Sugar Co. FOR SALE Three hores power gasoline engine. Cheap. Box 4 in, care Herald. , 12-7-tf FOR RENT Cottage on corner of Usfierson and loth stroet. For par ticulars apply to Mr. V. Egly opp - Rite. 10-2S-tf FOR RENT OR SALE The Yz naga residence, formerly known as the Rivers. do Hotel. Vine spidM rooms and bath. Address Yznaga Bros., P. O. Box 154 Miscellaneous. FOR itENT One large, furnished front room with fireplace, in the cen ter of business district. See the South Texas unu Co. FOR LEASE 250 acres of land 7 miles) north of Brownsville on Alice road. Water and all modern improvements. Will lease all or part. Can give possession on -December 1st. Enquire of Geo. Cham pion, Brownsville, Texas. A BISINESS MAN'S OPPORTUN ITY" FOR SALE A small stock of general merchandise, store building r.r.d lot located in one of the thriving towns on the branch line of the St. L. B. & M. railroad. Apply to W. C. Craig at Caffarelli Bros.. Levee St., Brownsvil'e, Texas. 27.3t WANTED By single gentleman, -ard'and room in private family Particulars to box 291, city. ' 28 Also Large Best Wishes for T- i - w fx 6 W ANTE D j-To buy a lot on Eliza beth, Leveo. or "Washington streets, or on side sireets. between thee streets. Stnte price, size ai I loca tion, etc. A.idr-jss P. O. Box ft4 12-1 -U1 WANTED A first cia. hard ware and implement man. Write at once stating salary desired and xperience. Must speak Spanish. Address, R. P. Boeye, Donna. Tex. WANTED To Borrow on one or two years' time, S2000, secured by improved irrigated land r'ear'i-on-na. Will pay eight per cent and rse most of the money to increase iviue of security. duress, "Farmc;-," care "The Herald." ' San Carlos Hotel Entirely new, all outside rooms, iacint tropical court. Cuiskte auexceltcd. Mot ami cnld Baths. kale S2.C0 per day. Special by week or month. Special attention paid to Traveling Salesmen, Tourists and Homes. ei crs. Save Money ces. Our expenses are small because uc do all at a small profit. All kinds of fine watch and jewelry repairing absolutely guaranteed. Eyes ex amined FREE tand every pair of glasses guaranteed to give satisfaction or uc R FUND vour money: " RELD JEWELERY AND OPTICAL COMPANY See fi. G. STILWELL Or Write AN BENITO NURSERYXOMPANY, At SAN jBEfliTO, TEXAS. For prices cn Nursery stock, Grape, Banana Orange, Lemon, Fig, English Walnut, and Ornamentales. acts for Colonization Donna Cffica in charge of T. J. Hooks - -;- -;- fg r' i 4 P. A. Lang & Son f Wholesale Fruit and Pro.1 nee and Ccm mission 'V-erchants. I 905 COMMERCE AVENUE L HOUSTON, TEXAS, cmwtc have iust received a complete Ime of fine and jewelry. Before buying your Xmas call and vie flladly quote you our pri our own work, therefore we can sell you goods V! 4 1 1 O X X A D O X X A D O X" X A I) O X X A D O X X A D O X X A j D O X' X.A D O X X A v -v a n n x X A DlO X X A N X A ' " ' ' . 1