Brownsville Daily Herald (Brownsville, Tex.), Vol. 17, No. 55, Ed. 1, Saturday, September 5, 1908 Page: 4 of 4
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Is now ready to supply your orders
for all kinds of
Plants Trees and
SEND US YOURj ORDERS
1 San Benito Nursery Company
San Benito Texas
Gulf Coast Engineering & Contracting Co.
Mercedes Hidalgo County Texas
Canal 'and Drainage Work Topographical Surveying and
Mapping Farm and Townsite Subdivision.
LA VERNE d cTHORRIS
Teacher of Piano and Harmony Graduate of the New England Con-
servatory ol cTWusic Boston cTWass. Pupil of Edwin Klahre Ben-
jamin Cutler Louis C. Elson.
Studio Chamberlain-Downey Academy. Opens September 1
H. M. Field Commercial Co.
John Deere Agricultural Implements '
McCormick Machinery anl Repairs
New Moline Wagons
Charter Oak Stoves
u Chattanooga Reversible Disc Plows
I I Will
Limb Cement Fire Brick and Wood
Oats Corn Chops Bran and Hay
"Texas Beer For Texas People."
Your loss if you
dont get it.
$75.00 For Inside Lots and
Haliam Colonization Company Saes Mgrs
Ranges and Heaters
Fence Netting & Barb Wire
Shells and Ammunition
Sept. 26 to
Wagon Cover and Wagon Material
by public confidence and a notable
reputation for fair dealing the sup-
eriority of our lumber should con-
vince you that it is to your own in-
terest to deal with us.. Every custom-
er we make becomes a permanent cus-
tomer because of the unquestioned
excellence of our product.. They all
say. Frontier Iumber Co.'s lumber
for us every time."
FRONTIER LUMBER CO.
Not from patriotism.
Not from favoritism
But because it has in quality
HO superior in America you
Setter beer can not be made at any
Star Brewing Company
SAN ANTONIO TEXAS.
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 5 1908.
John 'R.j Box left this morning for
F. C. Pierce returned last night
from a visi to Mexico City.
D. G. Osburn of Lyford was in the
city yesterday on business.
C. W. Robards of Kingsville 13
among the visitors in the city.
A. A. Browne returned last night of-
ter a short visit to his family at the
Louis Brulay returned home last
night after spending a couple of
.reeks in Chicago.
Thos. L. Jones returned to his
home in Harlingen today after a
short visit in the city. .
Mrs. A. Ashhelm and children alter
a few days pleasantly spent at the
Point returned home yesterday after-
noon. Judge Jas. B. Wells returned last
evening from a -visit to his ranch in
Starr county where he spent the past
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Stuart returned
to their home near Mission yester-
day after spending several days in
Mr; and Mrs. L. A. Smartt and
daughter of Donna arrived In ihe
city yesterday and are spending the
Miss Marie Browne who is spend-
ing the summer at the Point spent
the day in town with her cousins Mr.
land Mrs. J. A. Browne.
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Biggs of Spo-
kane Wash. who are at the Miller
are here on a prospecting tour hav-
ing arrived last night.
J. J. McCleary and B. B. McCleary
civil engineers of Montgomery Mo.
arrived in the city last night and left
for Harlingen this morning.
Mrs. J. B. Puckett and children of
Hidalgo who have been visiting rela-
tives here for the past week returned
to her home this morning.
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Smith and chil-
dren of Mercedes who have been in
ttie city for thepast few days re-
turned horns this morning.
O. H. Rathman who has been in
the city for a couple of days transact-
ing business returned to bis home
at Mercedes this morning.
Mrs. R. P. Martin accompanied by
Milford Burress went up to Harlin-
gen to spend theday with her hus-
band .R. P. Martin who is 'engaged
in work there.
Mr. and Mrs. G. S. McElroy of San
Antonio are visiting in the city for a"
few days stopping at the Miller hotel.
Mr. McElroy is president and general
manager of the San Antonio Sewer
Pipe and Manufacturing Co. one of
the largest concerns of Its kind in the
HE DAILY HERALD
St. Joseph's College For Boys
Special Primary and Preparatory Training Under Personal Care of the
Excellent Discipline Enforced by Kindness. We refer you to patrons as to satis
factory results attained in this school.
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F. W. KIBBE
Pategnat Bldg. BROWNSVILLE TEXAS
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3 The public will find an extensive
assortment of Dry Goods Shoes
Tj Hats Jewelry at prices without
3 competition at
I M. SAHUALLA (B COMPANY
4 Elizabeth Street
Contractor and Builder
AH Kinds of
Office 12th St. NeanEIizabeth St.
Telephone No. 190
W. C W. Parker of-San Benito is
In the city on business.
J. M. Edmenster ofHIdalgo came
down last night and is stopping at the
Conductor Hostrasser of the St. L.
B & M. spent the day in town this
being his lay-over day.
Mrs. F. H. Brown returned from
San Antonio last night where she.
went lately to place her children in
Mrs. R. B. Creager and family who
have been spending several months at
the Point returned to their home in
the city yesterday.
John .Thomas of Los Angeles
Calif. who spent last winter in
Brownsville is here once more hav-
ing arrived last night.
Misses Lily and Rosy Howell of
Point Isabel have been in the city
the past two days taking the examina-
tion for county certificates.
Ben F. Park of Mt. Calm Texas
arrived in the city last night and left
this morning for Halringen where
he is interested in farming.
I. Moritz who is soon to embark
in the newspaper business at Mer-
cedes and who has been in the city
for the last few days left this morn-
ing for Mercedes.
J. L. DIcken of Olmlto made a fly-
Vis trip to the city coming down
last night and leaving this morning
for Mamie where he Is at present en-
caged in putting in wells.
W. H. White assistant manager of
the Gulf Coast News Co. with head-
quarters at Houston was in the city
last night on business connected with
the company. He left today.
S. A. Robertson of the Rio Grande
Construction Company who has the
contract for the construction of the
new railroad arrived In the city yes-
terday evening being accompanied
by Mrs. Robertson. They returned to
San Benito this morning.
Mrs. R. M. Burnham accompanied
by her sons R. A. and Carl Burn-
ham arrived here last night from
Pittsburg Penn. to join her hus-
band who was awaiting her as men-
tioned in yesterday's Herald. The en-
tire party left today for Run to visit
Thomas Burnham another son of
Mr. and Mrs. Burnham who located
here last February. The younger
Messrs. Burnham have expressed
their Intention to attend the bull fight i
In Matamoros on the 16th. They
think of investing in this section.
Hon. F. W. Seabury who arrived
recently with his family from Rio
Grande has come with the Intention
of locating in Brownsville. Mr. Sea-
bury was a resident of Brownsville a
number of years ago and his many
old friends are glad to welcome him
ajid his family amongst them once
more. Since leaving here he has
won distinction as a member of the
legislature having served as
speaker of the house for two terms.
in which position he made an en
liable record and is infact one of the
best known legislators in Texas
Brownsville will be proud to claim
him as a cltliew.
Fall term opens Sept. 1. For catalogue or
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We are cutting up SIX THOUSAND ACRES
into 40.-acre tracts. FOR. THE NEXT 90 DAYS
we are offering this land at
A SPECIAL BARGAIN
:: :: NOW IS YOUR CHANCE :: ::
This is all we -will sell of our 40000-acre tract now
5 under irrigation.
Have sold in the past weekl200 acres to California
fruit men and Colorado alfalfa men; planting - now 200
acres in grapes oranges and lemons and 200 acres in
They Wanted Water
Only BIG CANAL in the valley now furnishing
I everyone all the water they want. GO AND LOOK
AT THE CANAL AND SEE THE WATER and
be convinced then come and see us for bargains.
Harlingen Land and Water Co.
LON C. HILL Owner
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