Brownsville Daily Herald (Brownsville, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 191, Ed. 1, Monday, February 12, 1906 Page: 3 of 4
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Our Aim in Business
1fB 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
1 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 by
which tc judge the security of the
OF BROWNSVILLE TEXAS
THE FIRST NATIONAL is pre-eminently the Bank sf the Frontier. Its
stockholders belong here. Its interests are those sf 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 gf the management will continue1 to be wholly" directed to the maintenance and
increase" of these advantages;
WHliam Kelly Pres. S. L Dwonuan 1st. Vsce Pres.
W. M. RatcQffe 2d Vice Pres. A. Ashheim Ccshier
James B. Wells Attorney
James A. Browne
M. H. Cross
James B. Wells
S. L. Dwonnan
C H. Maris
W. M. Ratclifle
W. F. Sprague
E. C. Forto
We Solicit the Patronage of All
0UR FUNDSre 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
to 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.
I. W. Harper Rye
"On Every Tongue.'
Scientifically distilled; naturally aged; absolutely pure.
Best and safest for all uses.
Sofd by T. CRIXELL & BRO.
Fordyce & Rio Grande City Transfer Co
Stage leaves Fordyce on arrival of train except Sunday and ar-
rives at Rio Grande City same night taking just four hours.
Leaves Rio Grande City daily at 2 p. in. except Sunday and arrives at
Fordyce same day at 6 p. m.
Makes the rip u four hours and connects at Fordyce with trains for
Brownsville Corpus Christi San Antonio Texas; Monterey and other
cities in Mexico.
FARE ONE WAY $2.50; ROUND TRIP $4.00
Passengers will find along the route first-class hacks and teams thus
t-aveling with ease and convenience. Drivers are the best to be found.
Extia hacks will be furnished either way if desired at reasonable rates.
GUERRA & SHELY Proprietors
One-Way Colonist Tickets
.. Y 1 Arzzzrzzr ..
Southern Pacific-Sunset Route
ON SALE DAILY
Feb. 15th to April 7th 1906 inclusive
Pullman Tourist Sleepers
From New Orleans 11.55 a. m. Daily except Tuesday
From Huston 15.3 a. m. Dcfly except Wednesday
From San Antonio 9.00 a. m. Daily except Wednesday
Through to LOS ANGELES and SAN FRANCISCO
SEE YOUR NEAREST TICKET AGENT FOR FULL INFORMATION
AND CALIFORNIA LITERATURE.
JF you are figuring on a trip any-
where just drop one a . line. All
information regarding Rates routes
etc. cheerfully given. . t.
G. V. Strain G. P. A.
Fort Worth. Texas.
IS OUR BUSINESS
Two Men and a Moral.
Two men down in the State of
Texas decided to go into business
Each had about $2000 cash and
they went east together and each
bought a stock of goods.
The first one stuck his card in
liis home papers before he bought
his goods; and when he came back
he continued to tell the people
He got acquainted and from the
first there was something doing in
that shop. He soon had to tele-
graph to fill orders where goods
He never hacrsrled over the
down but not a drop of ink will
come out of him."
They who respect themselves
will be honored; but they who do
not care about their character will
Those who touch vermilion be-
come red and those who touch ink
become black so people take their
character from their companions.
When doing what is right the
heart is easy and becomes better
every day but when practicing
deceit the mind labors and every
day gets worse.
Regarding riches and appetite
the Louise News says: "Our good
friend with a million dollars a
money he spent to let the people i year cannot eat much better food
know where" to find him. After than we ca"- If he does he wiU
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ton vr 1iP ?; worth Si 2.000 and ' e S0Try- can nave more places
is the biggest advertiser in thatito live ia aild enormously more
section and the best known man. jand handsomer apparatus of living
i . Q i : but ne can t live in more man one
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with his stock and the local paper Place at once "and too much ap-
mentioned that he had been to i Paratus is a bother- He can make
himself comfortable and live health-
ful. So can we. He can have all
The oublisher came around and
asked about an ad. But he said lthe Ieiure he wants- can S where
wn1r1 W n rlprfc nnrl nftv i h and Sta' aS IoI1B-
" " - ' - tr-j
rent and fire insurance and pay
taxes and that he could not afford
he likes and stay as long as he
l will. He has the better of us
there. We have the better of him
it yet but would favor the paper
in having the daily excitement and
with an ad as soon as he felt able discipline of making a living. We
. may beat him m discipline too.
to do it. He said however be ( We are apt t0 get mQT' than he
did not think that newspaper does the salutary discipline of
advertising paid but he supposed ' steady work or self-denial cf
he would have to do it sometime. ' cffort- That is enormously valu-
Well he is living in the same;abefft sou!' bo a"d nd- He
' t ... can tbuv it. We get it thrown
town yet but conditions have jin wkh our dail y bread. We have
changed. He sat around the store . rather better chances than he of
until clerk hire rent and insurance rearing our children well."
ate up the stock and after a little .
scene with the sheriff Tie retired fcirM-M-M-fe Jdfc;
from business and now has
as stenographer. Ex.
ii .. i r il. ci l i
riuvcius iruiu uie i luwery udiiu. -j
The Chinese are remarkable for The public will find an extensive
.t. u e .1- t. 1 I c . I assortment of Dry boons coes .
the number of their books' filled Hats JzVfeiry ini slite a (t
prices without competition at
Las Dos Naciones jj
M. SAHUALLA COMPANY
Front of Market.
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with a mixture of wisdom and fol
ly. We give a few of their proverb?
It is foolish to borrow trouble
Better be upright with poverty
than wicked with plenty.
A gem" uncut is of little use; so a
man untaught is stupid.
A coward who boasts of his cour-
age they call a "paper tiger."
Prosperity is a blessing to the
good but a curse to the evil.
He who chatters much to no pur
pose "climbs a tree to" catch fish."
Hear one side and you will be in
the dark; hear"both"sideS and allh
will be clear. . ' S
A word ence spoken a. coach'
with four horse s can not overtake.
i v.r; ;f ! 0nce. over Yturria Bank Elizs-
If you love your on give him
plenty of the cudgel; if you hate
him cram with dainties
It is a common saying with them
that "a greedv man is a
466 acres of land 4 miles from
v?nSTn La Fior deMayo
: For particulars apply to
' . r r EH. GOODRICH
Hare Been Appointed Agea: for the
: GREAT AUSTIN NURSERY.
cement ave kinds of trees and shrubbery
" anil rrpnitine fnrxl stoclsat fair -nrirM
who wants to swallow an elephant." Will deliver promptly at any time.
If a person is ignorant of books ggStS f LLV.
they will ay Turn him upside Browasvills Texas. P. O. Box 319
- Life often seems too long to the woman who suf-
fers from painful periods. The eternal bearing-
down headache backache leycorrhea nervousness
dizziness griping cramps and similar tortufes are
dreadful. To make life worth living take
"It quickly relieves inflammation purifies and en-
riches the blood strengthens the constitution and
permanently cures all diseased conditions from which
weak women suffer.
It is matchless marvelous reliable.
At all druggists' in $1.00 bottles.
VntlTE US A LETTER
freely and frankly in strictest confi-
dence telSag us all your symptoms nd
trouble. We will send frceadrise (la
plain seated envelope). Address: La-
dles Adrisory Dept. The Chattanooga
iRediane Co. Chattanooga Term.
"I SUFFERED GREATLY"
writes Mrs. L. E. C lerenjier of Belto-
riev N. C "at ray raatithly periods
alt ray Ufa but the first bott! of Csr-
dul gavo do wonderful relief and nor
1 aoi in better heal tt thui 1 lutvben
for a Son time."
Botica del Leon
....You Want the Best
Your Physician aims to put all h'lA knowledge exj-rcn-ence
and skill into the prescription he writes. It is an orde--for
a combination of remedies which your case requires. He
cannot rely on the result unless the ingredients are properly
Be fair to your doctor and to yourself "Uy bringing youf
prescriptions here. They'll be compounded only by registered
pharmacists who are aided by the largest stock of drugs in this
part of the state. -Everything of the finest quality thatmorey .nn
buy or experience can select.
j. L Putegnat &
For Goisifortand Goiivesieiice
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Wheeler, Jesse O. Brownsville Daily Herald (Brownsville, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 191, Ed. 1, Monday, February 12, 1906, newspaper, February 12, 1906; Brownsville, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth147089/m1/3/: accessed December 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .