Brownsville Daily Herald (Brownsville, Tex.), Vol. 17, No. 123, Ed. 1, Saturday, November 21, 1908 Page: 6 of 6
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'Van Dike Ware"
Best Proposition in the Rio Grande Valley
Call and see our Line.
It Will Interest
Implements which Have
0 Proven a success in
BROWNSVILLE HARDWARE COMPANY J
50 choice lots at Mercedes; price $150 per lot & up
Elegant Tracts of Land at Mercedes Price $55 per acre.
I will make it to the land agent's interest if they will not herd their
clients but let them see the best proposition in the United States
BROWNSVILLE OR cJTWERCEDES
Wholesale and RetaillDeaIersl5n
Buyers of Hides Wools Skins and Produce. Brownsville Texas
Brownsville Undertaking Co.
UNDERTAKING AND EMBALMING
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis of Martins-
ville Ind. are among the many vis-
itors who arrived in the city last
Mr. and Mrs. Max Shireman of
Martinsville Ind. and Oscar Hart of
Sandborn Ind. arrived in the city
night on a prospecting tour.
Col. Chas. Champion of Isabel
spent yesterday in the city shaking
hands with his many friends. He re-
turned home this morning.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Storey of Sharon
AVis. arrived in the city last night
on a prospecting tour. While here
they are stopping at the Rio Grande
U Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Signor of Hous
ton left this morning for Isabel to
enjoy a day's outing. Mr. Signor
is train master for the St. L. B. & M.
with headquarters at Vanderbilt.
John B. Viano of Skidmore arrived
in the city last night and will spend
several days in this section. Mr. Vi-
ano has visited here on former occa-
sions and is well and favorably
known to the Brownsville people.
E. E. Richardson of Kansas City
Mo. secretary and treasurer of the
National Stock Yards of that place ar-
rived in the city last night on a few-
days pleasure trip and at the same
time is looking over the lands of the
Valley with a possible view of pur-
chasing. While here he is a guest
of the Hotel Majestic.
J. S. Kline of Wakita Okla. ar-
rived in the city last night and is
stopping at the San Carlos Hotel. This
is Mr. Kline's third trip to the Val-
ley country. He states that he is so
well pleased with it that he could not
stay away and has come now with
a view of investing in the rich fertile
land of the Lower Rio Grande Valley.
MONUMENTS IRON FENCING
Architects and General Contractors
Attention Given to Construction of Build-
ings Anywhere in the Rio Grande Valley
First National Bank Building :: :: :: :: Brownsville Texas
Giilf Coast Engineering & Contracting Co.
"Mercedes Hidalgo County Texas
Canaland Drainage Work Topographical Surveying and
Mapping. Farm and Townsite Subdivision.
H. M F?eld Commercial Co.
John Deere Agricultural Imp' .ments
McCornrck Ma hincry anl Repairs
New Molina Wagons and Vehicles
Charter Oak Stoves Ranges and Heaters
Cbattantx'ga Reversible Disc Plows
Arj.t-ncau Field Fence Netting & Barb Wire
Winch!: ur Loaded Shells and Ammunition
Tent:- V- ng-n Ccver and Wagon Material
Lm.e. Cen.ent Fire Brick and Wood
Oat;-;. Corn Chops Bran and Hay
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 Lumber Co.'s lumber
for us every time."
FRONTIER LUMBER CO.
OltGANIZIXG FOIt THE FIGHT.
The Anti-Saloon League Preparing
For a Fight All Along the Line.
Dallas Texas Nov. 20. Intending
tney declare to form an effective and
Statewide working organization com-
posed of all who oppose try? saloon
executive committeemen of the Anti-
saloon League of Texas meeting to-
eight men to the League's field work-
superintendent of the League added
eight men to the eLague's fild word-
ing corps. Dr. George C. Rankin nnd
Dr. J. B. Gambrell conferred w:th
Mr. Strong in making the appoint-
ments. Those appointed are: H. G. Scud-
dy Tyler; E. A. Thomas Ft. Wo-th
J. A. Maples Greenville; Arthur w.
Jones Dallas; M. J. Wright Hous-
ton; J. W. Lowman Greenville; J. D
Odom and G. W. Eichelberger of Dal-
las. The committee expects Mr.
Strong says to add list of names 10
"These men" said Mr. Stron-r
will be our regular organizers in lin-
ing up our forces in the state pre-
paratory to the impending prohioi-
tion campaign. We will have many
prominent lawyers on the stum. to
us as soon as the campaign rciy
Capt. McDonald- in San Antonio.
San Antonio Texas Nov. 20.
The presence of Captain W. J. Mc-
Donald state revenue agent is re-
garded here at this time with much
suspicion. This is his first visit since
the election and while he is not
talking for publication it is believed
there is something in the wind. Mc-
Donald's movements are always a
source of interest and he Is being
closely watched by those who know
him. It is said he is here to investi
gate private club and resorts in the
I County Seat
Brownsville Thurs. Dec. 3.
Reserved seats on sale Date
of Exhibition at. Willraan's Pharmacy.
l mm n u
OF THE JAMESTOWN EXPOSITION AND
THE TWO MONTHS' SENSATION (IF
GREATER NEW YORK CITY UNITED !
Youne and oH arc invitrt? rn fV-!v nih-h ..ijt
l runs at the Railroad Station to observe the making of oar Frontier En-
campment at the Show Grounds and at ten o'clock to gather and witness
OUR BIG FREE OVERLAND TRAIL
appealing irresistibly to all
trnn A rpi ..i
tcrtnmmpnfc nf ua lr;H nn
jearuu fearless Famous
i iiuuuk nooga itiaors
1 aconts. Trappers and Pinn.
Id u . ? i?' uonuino
9 male and I e-
j Shots. Backing
i norses ix)ng-
j nnd Bnffaiooa. Kings
ana unpens or tne
Lariat. Master and
; . . ..... i
tures and Pas-
times. An al
! original Wost-
Show each 03
could bo or-
I whore olso in tho
I universe and con-
I ril frrm Avnn
I standpoint and by
i eeen or heard to bo
m tr mm?
fsafi 0f 500 "' caravan
PhI i & . - whether or P.
f ill 1 fij ' not von mmA fn VS.
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Unless vro mis-
take it will
&end yon poll-
It willshow yon ranch iders and de-
and Indian Figures and Fea-J lights undor
tares in tho lteaL I acres of canvas
of Hidalgo County with its new
railroad nearing completion offers
to the homeseeker and investor ex
It is destined to be the cTHe-
tropolis of the Rio Grande Valley.
It is situated in the center of 100-
000 acres of land unsurpassed for
fertility and richness and which is
soon to be irrigated by the silt-laden
waters of the Rio Grande.
Trains will run into Chapin
not later than January" 1st.
Come and see for yourself. Lots at prices
that are right
The Chapin Townsite Company I
Chapin. Hidalgo County Texas
ttiB Time to Buu
GEO. S. BEARD Manager
Two Blocks North of Depot. American Plan
Rate $2.00 per day. Special by Week or. Vonth
Commercial and Tourist Trade Solicited
Strictly New. AH Outside Rooms with Modern Conveniences!
Free Sample Room. Hot and Cold Water Baths
OYSTERS! OYSTERS! OYSTERS!
Fresh Every Day From Port Lavaca 85c Per Hundred
Wc Carry a Full Line of Fruits. Cigar Confectionery Mexican Cuus Blankets
Drawn Work filagree Work Pottery and Toys of TTTTC ARHAnP
Every Description. Buy Here and SAVE DUTY. Near the Ferry
TWO FINE PIANOS ONE AUTO-PIANO
cTWUST BE SOLD THIS WEEK
Phone or call at San Carlos Hotel. C. E. OLIVER Prop. OLIVER'S
MUSIC HOUSE Houston Texas
2D BS TWO PERFORMANCES
Ti III i RAIN OR SWffE
BEYOND THE POSSIBILITY OF IMITATION!
THE AMUSEMENT TRIUMPH OF THE ERA!
A SHOW THAT MEANS SOMETHING!
Bring the Ladles and Children or let them come alone
they will find us polite and thoughtful for their comfort
and pleasure to see its Pictures of real true Western Life
and Thrilling Scenes of Prairie Activity. They will be
Interested Amused Amazed and Instructed in Never-to-be-forgotten
Doors open at I p. m. and 7 p. m. for FREE INSPECTION OF OUR
COWBOY AND INDIAN VILLAGE. Grand Stand Tickets on sale at
the grounds continuously from 9. a. m. to 9 p. m. to-morrow.
flDMlSSlOH 50 GENTS. CHILDREN 25 CENTS.
The Brownsville Business Colleg
Students May Enter At Any Time
Shorthand Bookkeeping Typewriting all Commercial Branches
COMBE BLDG. BROWNSVILLE. TEXAS
ONE WEEK'S BUSINESS
has assured us that the people of Brownsville appreciate an American meat
market in fact we had more business than we expected and were prepared
to take care of properly. We will endeavor to improve as rapidly as possible
and will in the near future have as good a meat market as can be found in the U. S.
Wc will buy live poultry. Anyone having turkeys for sale please let us know.
Open week days from 5 a. m. to 12 m. and 2 p. m. to 6 p. m. Sundays 5 a. m. to 9:30 a. m.
BERNSTEN & OBERLE Proprietors
Lands. 5. 10. 20-acretracts. S70 to SI00 acre. B
HalkiB CIeii!za!! Comoasy
Aoply to Any Real Estate Dealer
& grape land
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Wheeler, Mrs. Jesse O. Brownsville Daily Herald (Brownsville, Tex.), Vol. 17, No. 123, Ed. 1, Saturday, November 21, 1908, newspaper, November 21, 1908; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth147856/m1/6/: accessed October 23, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .