Brownsville Daily Herald (Brownsville, Tex.), Vol. 17, No. 238, Ed. 1, Tuesday, April 6, 1909 Page: 3 of 4
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TUESDAY APRIL 6.
THE BROWNSVILLE DAILY HERALD
Gulf Coast Apartments
MRS. A. ALLMAN PROPRIETRESS
Special Attention Given to Homeseekers
One Block From .Miller Hotel. Phone
GEO. S. BEARD Manager
Two Blocks North of Depot. American Plan
Rate $2.00 per day. Sp;cialby Week ''lonth
Commercial and Tourist Trade Solicited
Strictly New. All Outside Rooms with Modern Conveniences
Free Sample Room. Hot and Cold Water Baths
I IS NOW
1 Rates: $2.00 and $2.50 Per Day jf
if? Everything New and UptoDate
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Rio Grande Hotel
D. F. FIELDER Proprietor
RATES: $1.50 PER DAY
Special Rates by the Week or Month
I Mrs. E. J. Unfitness Proprietress.
Open Day and Night All the Year f
Home For Commercial Men and Tourists
Rates 50c Per Day and Up. Free Sample Rooms and Bath
Everything Modern and New. We Solicit Your Patronage
Adams Street Between llth and 12th Sts. Brownsville Texas M
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Shingles Doors and Blinds
Buyers of Hides Wools Skins and Produce.
WISE & NEWMAN
Staple and Fancy I
TRY US; WE LL TREAT YOU RIGHT
I John Finnigan Company f
Dealer in Hides Wool Skins Etc.
G. D. MURMV
$ Warehouse Near Rio Grande Depot
THOROUGHTA WELL BUILT WITH PLEXTl OF DROP GIVDfG AltAMD MOVEJEEXT OP WATER WITH A MIXIMUM AMOUNT OP SEEPAGE. CUR XATCRAL DRAEVAGE IS PERFECT. THERF IS OVER
SEVEN" EET OP PALL FROM THE WEST TO THE EAST UXE OF THE PROPERTY WITH AMPLE NATURAL BRAINS FOR SURPLUS WATER AND AFFORDLNC SPLENDID VXUEU-DRA1XAGE INSURING THE
CONTINUOUS PRODUCTION OP ALFALFA ON ANY OF THIS DEEP RICH 1 - I.H T LANT. t. OMTo TO OUR KRGWNSVHiLb OR OONA OFFICE AND WE WTLL I'AKE PIJJ AS" REIN SHOWING TnE J ' OPER-
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The following observations were
taken at the South Texas Garden for
the 24 hourts ending at eight o'clock
Brownsville iexas April 5 1909
Barometer 7 a. m. yesterday 29.74
Barometer at 7 a. m. today 29.81
Temperature at 7 a. m. today 73.8
Maximum temp yesterday.. 84.1
Minimum temp this morning 73.3
Tonight and Wednesday fair and
colder; moderate westerly to north
1 Furnished rooms.
J. R. Axsom
FOR RENT Cottage on Adams
street next to Hotel Majestic. In-
quire at Hotel office. 4-3-tf
Say You. Go and see that line of
high grade buggies at Hy. Verhelle's
the saddle and harness man.
Aeroplane Company Meeting.
There will be a meeting of the
Brownsville Aeroplane Company at
the Commercial Club room Tuesday
evening April G at 8 o'clock. 4-5 2
A New Residence. Among other
buildings planned for the immediate
future in this vicinity is a fine thir-teen-room
residence which will be
built for Mr. Doddson who will move
his family here from Amarillo Texas.
On the' Fat Team's Account A re-
port was brought in this afternoon
that one of the horses that was haul-
ing the Fat Men's team to the base-
ball park dropped dead on the way.
How the team finally got to the
park is not learned. The price of the
horse will be charged to the Fat Men.
Bids will be received until 12 o'clock
noon Friday April 16th at the of-
fice of Archer & Archer architects
Brownsville Texas for the erection
of a frame-stucco M. E. Church at
Brownsville. Plans and specifications
on file n the office of architects.
Brownsville is enjoying the bles-
sings (or disadvantages as you may
happen to look at it) of prohibition
today all the saloons being closed on
account of the election. Under-the
Texas laws all places where intoxi-
cants of Any kind are sold must close
at midnight of the night preceding
the election and remain closed for
twenty-four hours. Of course none
of the thirsty ones ever thought of
patronizing the ferry.
' DKATH OR DR. WHATLKV.
Well Known Resident of Ilurlingen
Dies at San Antonio.
News has been received here of the
death of Dr. H. E. Whatley of Har-
lingen which occurred Sunday at San
Antonio. Dr. Whatley was formerly
a resident of Berclair Goliad coun-
ty. He moved to RaymondviHe with
his family about a year and a half J
ago going later from there to Har-;
lingen. He was aged aoout 65 years I
and had been in failing health for !
some months having gone to San An-1
.tonio for treatment i
As a man and as a physician Dr.
Whatley stood high wherever known
and many hearts are filled with sor-
row because of his death. Besides
his wife he is survived by a daught-
er Mrs. Horton who resides at Mer-
cedes. The body was taken to his old
home at Berclair for interment. The
funeral took place there yesterday
under the auspices of the Masonic fra-
ternity of which he was a member."
Morris Furniture Co.
New and Second Hand Furniture
and Bicycle Sundries Rrairing
Opposite City Hall.
Eureka Plumbing & Sheet Metal Works
Gas Fitting Architectural Sheet Metal Work Tanks Cisterns Etc.
P. O. Eox 123. Brownsville Texas.
Boston Shoe Store
The Only Exclusive Shoe Store in Brownsville
EXCURSION WILL BE FINE PLEA-
Many Brownsville People Will Go To
Mercedes Tomorrow Evening.
The excursion to Mercedes which
leaves Brownsville tomorrow after-
noon at 4:30 will be a get-together
meeting both in a business and a so-
cial way for the people of the Lower
Rio Grande Valley and no one can
afford to miss it who can possibly
afford the time. And there are few
who cannot absent themselves from
business for two or three hours in
the evening. The round trip fare
from Brownsville is only $1.00 low
enough to enable the whole family to
enjoy a delightful outing.
The following letter froni Mer-
cedes shows the generous hospitality
that is awaiting the excursionists at
Hidalgo county's charming metropo-
lis: Dear Mr. Magill: Will you be good
enough' as soon as you can form any
estimate as to the number of people
who are coming Wednesday night
to send word to Mr. Rathman the
landlord at the hotel how may he
is to expect and on Wednesday
morning will you be good enough to
telegraph him? Please understand
that we expect to give supper to oyery taurant to J. L. Crixell of this city
member of the Lower Rio Grande I desire to thank the public for their
Valley Commercial Club who comes j kind and liberal patronage during
here and who does not Jive in this j my ownership of same. I respectful-
town and if they bring their wives !ly solicit of all my patrons that" they
we will give them supper too but it
is very essential that we have an
idei how many people we have to pro-
W. S. CHAPLIN.
Secretary Magill requests that all
who contemplate taking in the excur-
sion notify him this evening or early
tomorrow morning so he can inform
the Mercedeans how .many visitors to
ELOQUENT SERMONS AT CATHO-
Rev. atber McMulIen Holds Services
Every Morning ana veiling.
The mission that is being held at
the Catholic church here by Rev.
Father McMulIen the Papist mis-
sionary is drawing a large attend-
ance and bids fair to be productive of
mil rtVi rxerr tVt Hf Til Han t c on
eloquent talker and earnest christian
worker and his sermons are convinc-
The mission opened Sunday morn- j
ing with a sermon on "The Mission"
explaining the object of the meeting
and the benefits to be derived from
them Sunday evening Father McMul-
len gave an instructive discourse on
'Faith and Reason." their mutual
harmony and the beauty of each in its
proper sphere. His text was "What
doth it profit a man if he gain the
whole world and lose his own soul?"
Monday morning the instruction
after mass was on conscience and
especially on the examination of con-
science before confession. In the
evening "The Divinity of Christ" was
the subject. The sermon was on sin
its nature consequences and effect
on the human soul and character.
This morning after mass "The j . .
sacrament of Penance or Confession" I RarCfm in IrPJil iiZtt't
was the subject of instruction. To -j ual3ain 111 "Wl
night at the congregational singing ; 133 Acres of Land two (2) miles
printed cards with the words of the j from city-on canalpartly cleared
hymns to be sung will te distributed. within one (j) mieof ohio-Texas Su-
it is the wish of the Holy Father to .. w. . c ..
establish congregational singing all Alill Will sell all or ha f. Suit-
over the world and this wish will be ! abIe for cane or lruck- APP'y .
carefully followed here. I f. U Goodrich (& Son.
City Election Very Quiet.
The city of Brownsville today
elected four aldermen. S. C. Tucker
for the first ward T. Crixell for the
second W. H. Putegnat for the third
and C. H. Thorn for the fourth .
There being no opposition the elec-
tion was exceedingly quiet and prob-
ably a very light vote was cast.
Ice Box-es Staves Bicycles
of all Kinds.
- Brownsviile Texas
Herald Want Ads
For Sale Miscellaneous
FOR SALE OR LEASE National
Bar and Cafe. Apply or write W. B.
Bailey Brownsville Texas. h
FOR SALE One 72x16 Button
Strap Erie boiler with stack and
front complete- used about five
months. Hidalgo Irrigation Co. Mc-
Allen Texas. 3-2-tf
FOR SALE In barrels or car load
lots fine' native lime. Apply to John
Closner Chapin Texas. C2-5-tf
. FOR SALE To all who are inter-
ested" in buying some large well bred
horses I have several pair of gentle
broke horses for sale at the Box
ranch near Isabel. John R. Box.
Having this day sold my restaur-
ant known as the Metropolitan Res-
accord Mr. Crixell the same kind
and liberal treatment tendered me.
I also beg to advise that any accounts
outstanding against the Metropolitan
Restaurant up to March 22nd 1909
i be presented to me as early as possi-
ble for settlement as Mr. Crixell's
account dates from the 23 rd of
J. A. CLOBTTA.
! Let a man get the idea that he is
being wronged or that everything is
j against him and you cut his'earning
'caPaty In two.
CHURCH OF THE
' IMMACULATE CONCEPTIOiN
(fo Calhoe) ow ?
' Between Jefferson and Adams.
PAULIST FATHERS OF NEW YORK
Will Give a
. Iu the Church of the Immaculate
Conception beginning SUNDAY
..nnwivn innn ilu i - t
. MORNING APRIL 4th and closing the
lonowing ounaay evening April
SEND BROKEN WATCHES TO
R. L. LACKNER
All Work Guarnteed Prompt Delivery
Also a Complete Line of jj
Watches Clocks Spectacles Jewelry Etc
Ho M. Field Commercial Co.
Johu Deere Agricultural Implements
McCormick Machinery and Repairs
New Moline Wagons and Vehicles
Charter Oak Stoves Rao;es and Heaters
Chattanooga Reversible Disc Plows
American Field Fence Netting & Barb Wire
Winchester Loaded Shells and Ammunition
fents Wagon Cover and Wagon Material
Lime Cement Fire Brick and Wood
O ts Corn Chops Bran and Hay
: - i i&&H3B4fiJ
Brokerage and Commission
Carry Sock of Corn Oats Potatoes On.ons
Cement and f Jmg. Butter and Cheese on Cold Storage
McCAIN :: Fronting Depot
B . COLE
Attorney at Law '
WELCH & VAND1VER
SAN BENITO TEXAS
If you have Farm Lauds or Town
Property far sale list it with us
Having purchased the Metropoli-
tan Restaurant from J. A. Cloetta
I take this means of soliciting the
public patronage and of assuring my
friends and tho public generally that
said restaurant will be run upon
strictly modern and up-to-date prin-
ciples. Courteous treatment and care-
ful attention will be accorded the
3-27-10 J. L. CRIXELL.
Of the fact
shades do not
crack split or
wear out ?
300000 Brick for Sale
Kilns Constantly Turning out
Manuel Barreda Brownsville Texas
John Thielen Manager
Bread Biscuit Cakes. Jitc Tvlade
From the Choicest Brands of Flour
Eli7abeth Street. Brownsville Texas
are as essential as diagnosis in cr
of sickness your physician mi
know his profession so must th
druggist his. We fill prescriptiom
promptly properly of pure ingre-
dients at not exorbitant prices and
bespeak your patrcnage tf we have
i uot now. Shall we be so favored?
ery toilet accessory.
WU LMAN'S PHARMACY
Phonj40 3.-3Arasvillet Tew
3W -per acre.
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Wheeler, Mrs. Jesse O. Brownsville Daily Herald (Brownsville, Tex.), Vol. 17, No. 238, Ed. 1, Tuesday, April 6, 1909, newspaper, April 6, 1909; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth147969/m1/3/?q=%20%22fat%20men%22: accessed December 6, 2023), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; .