Brownsville Daily Herald (Brownsville, Tex.), Vol. 13, No. 266, Ed. 1, Wednesday, May 10, 1905 Page: 3 of 4
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iThe YturriaTown & Imo
The Town of
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of the townsite of SAM FORDYCE
situated on the Rio Grande in Hi-
dalgo county in which the lots and
building sites are now offered for
sale. This is the. agreed terminal of
the "Hidalgo Branch" of the St.
Louis Brownsville & Mexico rail-
way now in full operation and has
been selected by the railway com-
panies as the site for their interna-
tional bridge connecting at SAN
MIGUEL with the great National
railway system of Mexico. : .
Situated on the sloping hills over-
looking the Rio Grande valley is a
most delightful and healthful loca-
tion. Anticipating their future needs
the railway company has secured
ample terminal yards and facilities
and a large plot for shops round-
houses and other necessary build-
ings. This is the nearest logical
trading point for a present popula-
tion of over fifty thousand people
within a radius of forty miles and
is destined to become one of the
Commercial cities on the Rio Grande.
This company has over four thous-
and acres of truck and farm lands
surrounding the townsite which as
soon as facilities for irrigating same
are completed will be plotted and
placed on the market.
The townsite of Yturria also the prop-
erty of this company and located fifty-three
miles north of Brownsville on the main
line of the St. Louis Brownsville & Mex-
ico railway is now surveyed and
with six thousand acres of truck land
surrounding it which is laid off in
truck farms of 20 acres each. These
town lots and lands are now offered
for sale. The latter are exceedingly
desirable for truckers as artesian wa-
ter is found here in great abundance.
The' should be seen to be appreciated-
These properties are worth a
personal inspection. For further
particulars apply to the
YTURRIA TOWN & 1MPR0VMENT CO.
U. LOTT Vice-Pres. and Gen. Mgr.
Mri " " "
Our Aim in Business
VU"E DESIRE to make the First
National the Bank of the
People. The small depositor re-
ceives the same courteous treat-
ment and consideration that is ex-
tended to the largest within the
limits of safe and conservative
banking. Officers give personal
attention to all details. Directors
meet regularly and frequently and
keep closely in touch with the
current business. Every safe-
guard known to safe and successful
banking is availed of and our .past
success is the best criterion Ty
which to judge the security JoLihe
OF BROWNSVILLE TEXAS
Capital $100000. Surplus Sb Undivided
THE FIRST NATIONAL is preeminently the Bank sf the Frontier. Its
stockholders belong5 here. Its interests are those gf our best and most pro-
gressive citizens. We offer to our customers present and prospective the ad-
vantages of the largest capital and surplus of any bank in this section and of the
safe and conservative banking methods which have resulted in the successful build-
ing up of this bank in the past twelve years.
Its financial position is established and the energy experience and business
ability $ the management will continue to be wholly" directed to the maintenance and
increase of these advantages. .. . .
WKHam KeMy Pres. S. L Dworman 1st Vlca Fra.
W. M.RatcHff 24 Vice Pres. A. AsUnum Casbfer
James B. Wells Atiorwty. fc
James A. Browne
M. H. Cross
S. I. Dworman
James B. Wells
C. H. Maris
W. M. RatcliSe
W. F. Sprague
E. C. Forto
We Solicit the Patronage of All
0UR FUNDSfare protected in a
fire-proof vault and by the
best safes to be obtained; and are
further covered by insurance
against burglary or daylight rob-
bery. Our officers are under bond
in the best surety companies.
:! People who intrust their money
t6 a bank have a right to know its
financial strength. We recognize
this right and will cheerfully fur-
nish any depositor a statement of
our condition any day in the year.
Absolute safety is the best thing
we have to offer and upon this ba-
sis your account is. solicited.
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J. S. (ShM. H. CROSS
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Dry Goods Boots (8b Shoes
LUMBER SHINGLES DQQRSSASH BLINDS
Winchester Arms db Ammunition
BROWNSVILLE TEX. MATAMOROS MEX.
TEXAS BERMUDA ONI0N SEED
Grotunin Teneiiffe Canary Islands
SHIPPED IN ORIGINAL PACKAGES TO PUR-
CHASERS OF 50 75 100 150 200 lb LOTS
TENERJFFE SEED CO. Or McDAVITT BROS.
T. J. OUTERBRIDGE Mgr. SELLING AGENTS
193 Chambers St. N. Y. (Correspondence solicited) Brownsville Tex
4 fie Qpizell Saloon
i and BILLIARD PARLOR J
1 finest i "Wines liquors Qijars jj
Jt SOLE XGENT SAN tANTONIO XXX BEERj f
f First-fclass iicmorsj.Winelr..
Cigars. Polite Attention.'
Market Square ... BrowBSvMte. Texas
' CdUiBot-itf Lw
Office over Yturria Bank Eliza-
beth Street. -
1 BELONGS TO . T
Attorney W. N. Parks
WATCH FOR HIS
Successor to Powers & Maxan
Powers & Wells Wells & Rentfro
WeHs Rentfro & Hicks Wells &
Hicks Wells Stayton & Kleberg:
I buy and sell Real Estate and
investigate land titles. A complete
abstract of all titles of record in
Cameron County Texas.
Practice in all state and federal
courts when especially employed.
Land Litigation and corporation
BrownsviEe Undertaking Co
f AND EMBALMERS
tm SiiiH. Ux Stmt -
FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE
E. H. Goodrich Son
Farm ani Ranch Property ki Cameron
6785 acres adjoining the Brulay Sugar
Plantation river front good irrigable
2878) acres of land near Harlingen
900 acres near town of Olmito. Will
sell in 100-acre tracts.
300 acres near tom of Olmito.
100 acre tract 3 miles from town on
180 acre tract 5 miles from town on
IN HIDAI.GO COUNTY.
3313 acres Porcion No. 46 near For-
dyce. : 5537 acres Porcion No. 47 good irri-
gable land near Fordyce.
1221 acres lying parth' in Starr and
Hidalgo counties near Fordyce.
22789 acres in Hidalgo county. Good
pasture and farming lands.
We have choice residence lots in Brownsville
and. West Brownsville. Also a paylag mer-
cantile business carrying $20000 stock will
sell or trade for laad.
LAND FOR SALE!
ACRES OF LAND
a I 1 under fence
: and almost square
in sliape. East line of fence one-
half mile from line of St. Louis
Brownsville & Mexico railway. In
artesian well belt. For prices and
3-28-tf Brownsville Texas
C H. Thorn
C A. Roberts
Drs. thorn Roberts
. . - Dentists.
Brownsville Kt: Texas.
A Waste of Time.
The average girl of the farm has
not the right idea of what it means
to be acomplished. If we speak of
one having an acomplishment we
wish to be understood as meaning
that the one spoken of has perfect-
ed some acquirement. To be ac
complished does not imply that we
must sit at all the different gracos
of society; young girls waste much
valuable time in obtaining a fire-fly
glow of knowledge of everything.
Custom says that girls must
must whether they have any talent
or not learn to play the piano;
sheet after sheet of music is furnish-
ed them dollars are paid for instruc-
tors hours are devoted to practice
and how many succeed in making
good players? At any pleasant
home gathering at a concert or
church service how niany girls in
the neighborhood can play for the
occasion? The average girl takes
up piano playing simply for the
reason that she must know a little
someting of music; she must be
able to run over the popular
melodies; but beyond this she has
no ambition. Time is wasted in
abusing the beautiful art instead of
acquiring the art. In the same
manner we find much valuable
time wasted gaining a little smatter-
ing of the languages; also voice
culture painting needle work and
many other things that go to make
the definition of the so-called ac-
complishments. Usually an accom-
plished girl can paint a little . do
a little needle work but not pneof
them can she do well enough to
earn money. This is one of the
girl's greatest faults that she does
not devote sufficient time to learn
one thing perfectly. All young
people should early learn to ap-
preciate the great powsr resulting
from acquiring the art of applica-
tion. Let the young people do
that for which they have a talent
and a liking and let them do it
thoroughly and not be content
with a little smattering. Amer-
Should Wife. Open :
Below will be found a few an-
swers which we have obtained to
this vital question.
Mr. Henn-Pekt says: "I should
prefer that she didn't but ; she
does. Please don't mention my
A Famous Politician says: "i
hope to send you an answer after I
have had an opportunity of consult-
ing with Mr. Chamberlain." ' -
Miss Ohlde Mayde writes:- "&nly
give me the chance."
Mrs. Smith-Smith says: "I have
received your letter addressed to'
Mr. Smith-Smith That is his
The Postmistress at Little Pud-
dleton writes: "If she lives" -in
Puddleton she need not trouble.
I can tell her the contents of any
letter coming into the village."
Billy Baily says- "if-she does. I
caa't go hoihe at allvV-r-Punch.:
The best tntngs in lifeare':Ktriar-
LecLon hope; . .. .
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