Brownsville Daily Herald (Brownsville, Tex.), Vol. 17, No. 273, Ed. 1, Monday, May 17, 1909 Page: 3 of 4
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Monday May 17.
THE BROWNSVILLE DILY HERALD EU J
ulf Coast Apartments
.MRS. A. ALLMAX PROPRIETRESS
icsal Atfennon Given to Honieseetcers
Strictly First-Class Accommodations
One Block From Miller Hotel.
GEO. S. BEARD Manager
Two Blocks North of Depot. American Plan
Rite $2.00 per day. Special by Week or. Month
Commercial and Tourist Trade Solicited
Strictly New. All Outside Rooms with Modern Conveniences
Free Sample Room. Hot and Cold Water Batns
The following observations were
taken at the South Texas Garden for
the 24 hours ending at eight o'clock
Brownsville Texas May 1C 1909.
Meteorological data for 24 hours'
ending at 7 a. m. today:
Barometer at 7 p. m. yesterday .29.76
Barometer at 7 a. m. today. . . .29.83
Temperature at 7 a. m. today. .75.9
Maximum temp yesterday 88.0
Minimum temp this morning .. 74.5
THE ROME TEAM TAKES THREE
Brownsville Found It Pretty Easy
Picking Tlf0 Last Game Was Not
Even a Contest Brownsville Just
Clouted the Ball in the Last Game.
Herald Want Ads
Small improved acreage near town.
Telephone 240. J. R. Axsom. 2S-tf
For Sale Miscellaneous
Brownsville Texas May
Meteorological data for
ending at 7 a. m. today:
Barometer at 7 p. m. yesterday .29.75
Barometer at 7 a. in. today. 29.78
Temperature at 7 a. m. today. .76.1
Maximum temp yesterday. .. .87.1
Minimum temp this moruing. .75.1
Every" game of the three playd
between Brownsville and Monterev at
?!the Brownsville Baseball Pnrlr
'talcen by the home team in a walk.
amruay anernoon ana .again yes-
terday afternoon the Brownsville
boys defeated the Monterey aggrega-
' tion iir one-sided games before very
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D. F. FIELDER Propnetor
RATES: $1.50 PER DAY
Special Rates by the Week or Month
m i i i The scores were: Saturday 9 to 0
Tonight and Tuesday unsettled 1 Sunday 19 to 2.
weather; probably showers tonight or! Palm the' local slab artist on Sat-
Tuesday; light to moderate southerly urday did not allow the visitors to
winds. " jmake a h'It - ' "-' -
Only one of them reached first base
PUT AT IIEA BOF LOCAL COLUM.
There was a man in our town-And-he
was wondrous wise;
He swore by all the fabled gods -He'd
never advertise. 4
His goods -were advertised ere-long
And thereby hangs a tale
The ad. was set in little type
Vnd headed "Sheriff's Sale!""
I vii ui luciu icatucu All o I. uanc
and that dn account of Hall's error in
left muffing a pop fly. During the
jgame only 2S men faced Palm. Aside
"jfrom pitching an excellent" game
jPalm also got in some good work
j with his stick making two hits in
! Saturday's game and two in. yester-
day's game. One was a home run
j being the first one knocked on the
luuaa uiamona tms season yesterday
everybody hit for the locals there
bstag 22 hits made off the Monterey
twlrler. Wrhile 5 hits were made off
. Merntt the local pitcher vesterdav.
i yet really they should not be counted
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Shingles Doors and Blinds
Buyers of Hides Wools Skins and Produce.
as SUCh as Merritt dill not exert him-
Houses on monthly installments ' self or- even try to pitch merely
same as rent. Brownsville Realty Co. throwing straight balls that the vis-
5-12-tf . itors might hit it and thus give the in
Foul- shares of Laguna..Vista Stock 'Ivaf th? t PUC.f- V?
for sale-$800 each. Lock Box 223? ?n " bt5.gimes 13 tol5 !?J ViS
Brownsville. Texas. - 56-14' Itmowins w.uiea scores:
" x I Filst Game.
Get a house on easy payments. We."13108'1116. AB. R. H. P.O: A
AGENTS WANTED Three young
men wanted who speak English and
Spanish. Apply comer Jefferson and
Tenth between 9 and 10 a. m..
" " C5-l?-3.
A. B. COLE
Attorxev at Law
Bro ivnsviile Texas
FOR SALE OR EXCHNGE Fori
fresh cow one cow and one new !
buggy. Mrs. Mayes West Brownsville '
FOR RENT New 4-room fur-
nished cottage; new furniture and
decorations h best neighborhood in
citygO per.month. Phone 171 8
a. ni. to C p. in. G5-17-tf.
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FOR SALE 20 40 or 60 acres next
to townsite of Raymondville Texas
30 acres cleared on the 40. W. H.
Dwight owner LeMars la C5-3-lm
FOR SALE A mixed lot of fence
posts; apply to R. F. Watson on my
farm one-half miles west of West
Brownsville. J. I. Wilkes. 4-9 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 Bos
ranch near Isabel. John R Box.
" " C3-27-tf
tell you how. Brownsville Realtv
Co at Tarpon Beach office 5-12-tf
Why pay rent? You can own your
own home just as easy. Brownsville
Realty Co. at Tarpon Beach office.
Faustino .Longoria and Manuela
Abrenze; Francisco Palacios and An-
wicks s.s 4 9.
McClintock 3b. .4 0 0 1
Toles 2b 3 2 1 0
Palm p 4 i 2 1
Bell. c.f. 4 2 1 0
Merritt r.f. . . . . 3 1 0 1
Cobolini lb 3 1 2 17
Hall l.f. 3 0 1 0
Champion c. . r5 0 0 5
Unkel l.f. .2 0 2 0
ler buy the American and save fifty ; 3
-Mures r.f.- 4
Sanchez c 3
Fox- c.f 3
Cantu s.s. & p. .3
Church Doubles Membership-:'
Among other evidences of a healthy
and rapid development in the valley
a striking one Is cited in the Metho-
dist church of Brownsville which has
doubled its membershin "within the
past four months. Eight new mem-' Andrade p. & s.s. 3
bers were received in the church yes. onzaies 6b.
terday at the morning service. The Salinas lb...
congregation has already begun the'ela' 2d-
construction of a handsome new 1
church in this city. It gives even ' 28
promise of becoming one of the lead-
ing religious organizations in the Valley.
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staple and Fasicy
I TRY US; WE'LL TREAT YOU RIGHT
PHONE No. 65
i MAXWELL AUTOMOBILES
Carbide Batteries Spark Plugs Tires Lamps etc.
Bicycles and Supplies
Phone 12'i JJitrt E. llinldeij
gp-- 1 "
Morris Furniture Co. s
New and- Second Hand Furniture '
Stoves Bicycles and Supplies bought sold and
exchanged. Repairing of all kinds.
Opposite Market Brownsville Texas
Eureka Plumbing & Sheet Metal Work:
Gas Fitting Architectural Sheet Metal Work Tanks Cisterns Ei
P. O. Box 123. Brownsville Texas.
Advertising in the Herald
Painfully Burned While lighting
the burners in the fire box at the elec-
tric light and water plant about seven
thirty o'clock yesterday morning. En-
gineer C. F. Jurgensen was badly
burned about the face neck and arms
by the oil flashing out suddenly. Al-
though very painfully burned Mr.
Jurgensen was able to summon medi-
cal assistance and walk to his camp
a short distance away. Dr. Harry K.
Loew who attended the injured man
stated today that his wounds are not
of a serious nature and that he will
be able to be out within a few days.
Sold Adulterated Jlilk. By orders
of Chief of Police Connor Officer Tre-
vino today made an inspection of the
milk being sold in the city market.
The wares of two milkmen were
found to be' adulterated with water.
It was at once confiscated and the
milk thrown out. The two' offenders
were taken before Chief of Police
Connor this morning who. after giv-
ing them a severe xepriuiand allowed
them to go as this was the first time
they had been brought before him on
such a charge. He endeavored to im-
press upon them however the grav-
ity of their offense in adulterating
the milk which is often the only food
of many little children who are thus
robbed of proper nourishment and
warned them that if ever found sell-
ing "adulterated milk again they will
be prosecuted to the full extent of
Good Show Coinlujr The heart of
the small boy is today filled with
gladness and expectation for a real
show with elephants lions etc. is
to be in Brownsville on Tuesday May
25th. A generous amount of space
in The Herald is used today by the
enterprising managers to announce
this interesting event to -the Browns-
ville public and the billboards and
other available spaces are also being
decorated with posters for the same
purpose. The show is that of M. L.
Clark and Sons who are well known ;
throughout the South where Mr.
Clark has been traveling with this"
organization for the past twenty i
years. Mr. Clark who is a native'
Texan has the reputation of always
giving a good clean show and wher-;
ever he gives a performance has al
ways received a hearty welcome from
the town people upon his return.
$1100 On Third of a Crop. O M.
Wakeman the bean king" of Mission
is a visitor in the city Mr. Wakeman
reporis mat ne had live acres in cab
bage 'this season and while he only
made a third of a crop yet he realized
over $1100 off this five acres.
VAg Cotton "Patch. Deputy Sher-
iil H. Y. Kring of Lyford was a vis-
itor in town today. In addition to
his duties as a peace officer Mr. Kring
is also planting extensively and
states that he has 290 acres planted
in cotton on his farm near Lyford.
The Rio Grande PantitoVium has
been sold by Thos R. Tate to B. J.
Kowalski. Mr. Kowalski will take
charge in a few days.
Brownsv'e 4 11
Monterey .0 0 il
Two base hit Wicks.
Sacrifice hits"- McClintock
Stolen bases Toles 2 Unkel.
Double 'plays: Andreda to Vela to
Struck out by Palm 6; Cantu 51
Base on balls off Palm 0 Cantu; 5.
Left on bases Brownsville 11;
Brownsville. AB. R. H. P.O. A
Wicks; s.s 5
McClintock 3b.. .3
Toles 2b 6
Palm c.f 5
Griffith c C
Merritt p 5
HO WSE I
iv ill furnish the jjjfc
lTtlr TJfWl to
JUL XJ U
with some of that elegant
Furniture at the
iioyse Furniture Co
at Hotel Majestic.
WAXTED 3 or 4 furnished or un-
furnished rooms. Box 240. C5-14-tf.
If you want an up to date typewrit-
Gregory Batts &
We have formed a partnership un--
AV ANTED A good slightly used der the foregoing name for the trans-
Texas saddle and bridle. State price action of our law business in the Low-
and condition. Address S Box 413 er Rio Grande Valley. Offices will be
Brownsville. tf. maintained at Brownsville and San
Benito. The business of Gregory
t Batts & Brooks at Austin will be
FOR SALE Good gentle work maintained as heretofore
mules. The price is low.. Browns- t W GREGORY
ville Realty Go. - . C5-17-1 f R L. BATTS
; ' V. L. BROOKS
Office fh the Browne Building
Brownsville Texas May 1 1909.
Real Estate Transfers.
A.'Houge to Jas. K. Kilgore 20
acres near 'Harlingen. Consideration
The Lon C. Hill Town and Im-;
provement Co. to the Seventh Day j
Adventist Association lot 12 block j
50 Harlingen. Consideration $1.
Conipimentarj- Dance A dance
will be tendered to - Misses Kenedy
and Turcotte of La Parra by a num-
ber of the leading young men this
(evening at Woodmen Hall.
Unkel r.f.'. . .
44 19 -22
Lopez e.f. 4 1
Gonzales. 3b. 3 0
Zepeda c 4 0
Muris r.f. 4 0
Andrade s.s 4 0
Caro l.f 3 0
Salinas lb. . . ...".3 0
Cantu p. '. .3 0
Vela 2b 3 1
The Grover Cleveland memorial
committee Chicago has appointed a
finance committee to raise 150000
for a statue to be erected on the
500 to 10 000 shares of Can Benito
Land and Water Company's stock at a
price that will bear investigaoi?.
For particulars inquire oc write
PURVIS REAL ESTATE OFFICE
San Renito Texas.
24 11 11 if
Score "b3 innings.
Brown'e 4 0 3 0-3 C
Monte'y 0 0 0 0 0 1
Home run Palm.
Three base hit Toles.
Two base hits. Wicks.
Sacrifice hits McClintock
bioiuu bates. Wicks 2 McClintock
Griffith Merritt Cobolini Kowalski
Double plays: Toles to Wicks to
Cobolini; Muris to Zepeda to Salinas.
Struck out by Merritt 2; Cantu 5.
Basejcu balls off Merritt 0; Cantu
Wild pitch Cantu 2.
Left on bases Brownsville 6; Mon-
Hit by pitched ball. Palm Caro.
Umpire Rove.. "
Xew Enterprise in Show Line.
It is evident that the people of
Brownsville will not lack for places
of amusement this summer. Already
there are three motion picture houses
here and the newest thing in the
amusement line will be an aerdome
which will consist of both motion pic-
tures and vaudeville acts to be lo-
cated on 12th-street between Eliza-
bath nndrLevee streets the promoters
of this new enterprise being ThoB. R
Tumlinson and 0. N. Boston of Los
Angales Cal. Work on the erection
cf the aerdrome will be begun tomor
row and 'when completed it will bei
"i jxSO feet inside dimensions. Mr.
Tumlinson stated this morning that
everything for conducting an enter-'
prise of this character has been or-1
dered and is the best that can be i
Joha. Deere Agricultural Implements
McCormick Machinery and Repairs
New Moliue Wagons and Vehicles
. Charter Oak Stoves Ranges and Heaters
Chattanooga Reversible Disc Plows
American Field Fence Netting & Barb Wire
Winchester Loaded Shells and Ammunition
Tents Wagon Cover and Wagon Material
Lime Cement Fire Brickjmd Wood
O ts Cjii Chops jBraiifciid Hay
are essential as diagnosis
of sickness your physician must
know his profession so must -the
druggist his. We fill prescriptions
promptly properly of pure ingre-
tiiputs at not exorbitant prices and
bespeak your patrrnagc If we have
uot now. Shall we be so favored T
''r.v toilet accessory.
Brokerage and .Commission
Carry JLock of Corn Oats Potatoes On.ons
ten dhaysThey expect to open in about i Cement and Urne. Baiter and Cheese on Cold Storage
450 per acre.
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