Brownsville Daily Herald (Brownsville, Tex.), Vol. 15, No. 294, Ed. 1, Wednesday, June 12, 1907 Page: 4 of 4
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Fifteen ihoasand dollars worth ol goods
Still to be SoM at Cost
Don't Miss It!
Overcoats etc etc.
All at actual cost. Buy Now!
2500 Pairs of Shoes
300 Pairs of Pants
500 Suits of Clothes
40C Suits of Underwear
E SNIPES $1500o
The Brownsville Grocery Co.
The Best on
W. H. CLAY Proprietors - K. H. McDAVITT
H. r7W. Fie
I Commercial Co. I
I John Deere Walking and Riding Plows
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inf pmaiintifll Harvester. Hav Presses
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leaqers ana nay Ranejs
IN FACT A FULL LINE OE
SOLD AT LOWEST PRICES.
Old "JOE GIDEON" Pure Rye
Awarded Gold Medals:
St.. Louis Mo. 1904 Portland Oregon 1905
bSOLD ONLY 3Y. mgfr
i T. Crixell & Bro. V. L. Crixcy
THE DAILY HERALD.
LAS ULTIMAS NOVEDADES
JOSE BESTEIRO BRO.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
Dry Goods Notions Slices Hats Ready Made Clothing
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods and Jewelry
N. E. Rendall
Machinist and Contractor
GASOLINE ENGINES and CENTRIFUGAL PUMPS
Sola and installed EngineSupplies Pipe Packings Valves
etc. All kinds of repair work done. Blacksmith and
Wheelwright at my shop in front of Frontier Lumber Co.'s
WEDNESDAY JUNE 12 1907
Mr. Hallam had a party at Point
Mrs. James Hill came' up from
the Point last night.
The Misses Champion went down
to the Point yesterday.
H. B. Strickler came down from
Raymondville last night.
Charles McCall of Port Lavaca
is here on a business trip.
O. C. Sauder "has gone to -Sal-tillo
Mexico for the benefit of his
R. B. Rentfro spent a few hours
yesterday enhaling the gulf breeze
at Point Isabel.
O. I. Hicks passed yesterday at
Point Isabel making arrangements
for the accommodation of his fam-
Reid Wallace of Olustee Okla-
homa is in the city with a view to
finding a suitable location for a
O. I. Hicks and family left the
city this morning for Point Isabel
where they will stay through the
Miss Florency O. Macy of Mata-
moros will leave today for Lewis-
ville Ind. where she will spend
three months at her home.
Mrs. W. A. Hamilton wife of
Mail clerk Hamilton arrived here
from Corpus Christi last night.
She well return tomorrow.
Custom's Inspector Landrun of
Santa Maria came in to town this
morning doing some shopping
and attending to business in gen-
eral. W. K. Hodges and wife of
Orson Iowa came to Brownsville
last night to look over the oppor-
tunities offered on the Brownsville
Mr. Eugene R. Dil worth In-
spector of Immigration at Harlin-
gen arrived last night and is
spending the day at Brownsville
on official business.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. Pierce
and family are now "at home" in
their new residence on upper Levee
street The new house is a pretty
two-story frame cottage.
H. A. Tucker of St. Louis ar-
rived in Brownsville last night.
He is interested in the proposed
establishment of an electric light-
ing plant in Brownsvtlle.
Mr. Hildebrand who lately
made a shipment of donkeys from
Mexico came in from some up-
river point on the belated rrain
crossing the river from Matamoros
Mr. Frank W. Berkshire the
general Inspector of Immigration
for the southern bolder left by
this morning's train after two
days visiting becoming acquainted
with this station.
Mrs. J. N. Ransom and her
niece. Mrs. of
Washington who is spending the
summer with her aunt at Santa
Maria were in the city doing some
Eliseo Del Valle who formerly
had a brokerage office near the
ferry arrived last night from Mon-
terey where be is employed on
the Monterey News He is here
visiting relatives and friends.
Duval West esq. of Corpus
Christi arrived in Brownsville last
night from Hidalgo where he ap-
peared before the board of equal-
ization in the interests of the St.
Louis Brownsville & Mexico rail
Mr. B. F. Crashaw immigrant
inspector at Rio Grande City
came in last night from his station
over the Mexico road and is
spending the day at Brownsville
in connection with his official
E. B. Gore who is engineering
the canal at Harlingen for Lon
Hilland S. D. Rowe who is en-
gineer on C. E- Hammond's canal
at Santa Maria will leave on the
train this evening to the scene of
THE GROWTH OF
A Beautiful New Brick Depot to be
Erected at Once-
The San Benito Land and Water
Company has awarded to Con-
tractor A Goldammer the contract
to erect a handsome brick depot at
San Benito on the main line of the
St. Louis Brownsville and Mex-
ico Railroad. The contract price
is $9000. Work has already com-
menced and a quantity of material
is now on the ground. The San
Benito company is pushing all its
work just as fast as labor can ac-
Words of Praise
The following letter is self ex-
planatory: Department of Public Health
and Vital Statistics State of Texas.
Editor Brownsville Heralb:
Please permit me to thank you
for your paragraph on the needs of
an improvement in the manner of
handling the meat sold for con-
sumption in Brownsville. I speak
only in the.interest of the public
health Flies are a medium through
which numerous diseases are com-
municated to the people and it is
devoutly to be hoped that the pres-
ent council will use their best en-
deavors to improve the conditions.
Brownsville is before the people of
the whole country. Immigration of
the best people is expected and
are coming. She should put away
childish ways and put her house
in order. The shiboleth should be
improve the food supply.
V. P. Armstrong.
A Monster Exhibit.
It is the intention of some of
our truck growers to work in har-
mony with the suggestion of Mr.
Doherty and at the forthcoming
convention of truck growers will
heartily endorse and work to make
a success a monster exhibit of the
products of the Gulf Coast Coun
try for the San Antonio Fair. The
idea is to make such a mammoth
exhibit of the wonderful products
of our soil that those who attend
the fair will not fail to be impressed
with the fact that the Brownsville
country is the most fertile on earth
There is a little cotton being
picked near Brownsville. Yester
day on one field about half a dozen
hands were enjoyed in the work
Messrs. Champion have made ar
rangements for a band of cotton
pickers to begin work on their
farm on the 1st. oi Jaly.
Visiting Cards Herald Printery.
The Mistake is Made by Many Browns
Don't mistake the cause of back-
ache. To beured you must know the
It is wrong to imagine relief is
Backache is kidney ache.
You must cure the kidneys.
A Brownsville resident tells yon
how this can be done.
Sergt. J. w Strait retired U.
S. A. living on Fifteenth St.
Brownsville Texas says: "For
several years past I had trouble
with my kidneys. It took the
form of excessive and too frequent
passages of the kidney secretions.
I often had to get up four or five
times during the night to urinate.
l tried different remedies but
found no relief from any of them
until I got Doan's Kidney Pills
from J. L. Putegnat & Bro.'s
drug store. Before I had taken j
one box of this medicine the ac-
tion of the kidneys had become
quite pormal and regular. From
this experience I believe that
Doan's Kidney Pills will cure any
j body afflicted with kidney troubles.
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co. Buffalo
New York sole agents for thej
Remember the name Doan's
and take no other.
Wise ($b Newman
FRONTIER LUMBER CO.
Sells Sash Doors Blinds Paints and
8 AH Kinds of Builders' Supplies &
Also Complete Line of WALL PAPER and Other Interior
Decorations. Represents four leading wall
Don't Drink Compounds that are called Whiskey
Drink Paul Jones.
Because every ounce is purity and satisfaction. Guaranteed by the
Pure Food Bureau of the Department of Agriculture to be absolutely
honest old whiskey. Standard for over half a century. The largest
selling brand in the world. Our barrels mould in Government ware-
houses with age and are never tampered with. Always smooth and
endorsed by phvsicians everywhere.
Remember Tillman &. Turnwald are sole agents for Brownsville.
The lUibv Saloon. PacI JP!iA91h.!i?istniers
FOR. SALE 3 4 5 and 6 ROOM
Cottages Built In Sections
Up-to-date and attractive homes for
permanent occupation put on your
. property in very short notice.
C. ... r:
PREMIER BUILDING CO.
. Near the Ferry Brownsville Texas.
Get My Prices on
Engines and Pumps s
Before You Buy.
I can save you money.
Best stock in the South con-
stantly on nand.
OLDS GASOLINE ENGINE. - i
. W. HAWKINS Houston Texas
Purity and Cleanliness
Cleanliness is necessary for purity in foods and especially
in beer. No one realizes this important fact more than Pabst.
In the great Pabst Brewery at Milwaukee everything is
as neat and clean as in your own kitchen. Every grain of
barky is washed and scoured before it is made into malt
Even the air in which the malt is grown is washed by being
drawn through fourteen zinc screens over each of which
flows a constant stream of pure water.
The great shining copper brew-kettles are washed and
sterilized before each brew of
TLe Beer of Quality
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Before it is bottled Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer is forced through wood J
fiber filters. The bottles are thoroughly cleaned then filled and pasteurized.
Pabst cleanliness like Pabst punty cannot be excelled.
When ordering beer ask for Pabst Blue Ribbon.
Made bv Pabst at Mil w-a u k e e
And bottled onlv at the Brewery. . )r
T. Crixell & Bro.
Elizabeth St Brownville
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