Brownsville Daily Herald (Brownsville, Tex.), Vol. ELEVEN, No. 124, Ed. 1, Monday, July 21, 1902 Page: 4 of 4
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NOMINEES OP GAL-
Governor S. W. T. Lanhain of
Lieutenaut Governor George D.
Neal o Grimes County.
Attorney General Charles K. Bell
of Tarrant Connty.
Comptroller R. M. Love of Lime-
State Treasurer John W. Robbinsi
of Wilbarger County.
Commissioner of the General Land
Office J. J. Terrell of Wise
State Superintendent of Public In-
struction Arthur Lefevre of
Railroad Commissioner O. B.
Colquitt of Kaufman County.
Associate Justice of the Supreme
Court F. A. Williams of
Presiding Judge of the Court of
Criminal Appeals W. S.
Davidson of Williamson
Chairman Executive Committee
James B. Wells of Cameron
AN OSTLER'S HINT.
A Staffordshire potter named
Astbury once stopped at Dunstable
on his way to London in order to
obtain advice as to his horse's
weak vision. The ostler at his inn
burned some flints and pulverized
them into a fine powder which he
blew into the animal's eyes.
Astbury was astonished not at
the nature of the operation but at
the fact that the erstwhile black
flint became white with the heat.
Surely thought he if this powder-
ed flint were added to ordinary
pipe clay it would on being fired
produce a far harder and more ser-
viceable white ware than ordinary
clay. He tried the experiment and
flint ware was added to the list of
A recent dispatch to the Hons
ton Post from Lampasas says :
Irrigation in this western conn
try wherever tried is paying div
idends comparable only to Stan
dard oil stock. A representative
from the Maxwell farm in San
Saba county ia in '.own this morn
ing with awagonload of onions for
which he received $1.25 per bushel.
The farm or it might more
properly be called a garden con-
tains ouly fliy acres which has cost
the owner all told just $2250 with
improvements and irrigation out
fit thrown in. Last year's crop net-
ted to the owner over $5000. The
onion crop alone consists of 3000
bushels and there is a market for
every pound. In the above estimate
the Hying of those on the farm is
not considered as they all live off
the farm aud only the profits
Six Million Boxes a Year.
In 1895 none; in 1900 600000a
boxes; that's Cascarets Candy Ca-
thartic's jump into popularity. The
people have cast their verdict. Best
medicine for the bowels in the world
&li druggists ioc.
Houston Post: At the police
station the other night a crowd of
"cops" were discussing the best
raeaus of resuscitating drowued
persons. Various methods were
recommended and finally an Irish
member of the force remarked:
"I've heard of a plan that is
almost infallible for resuscitating
the body of the average mao
whether he be drowned ashlape
or dead from any cause."
'And what is it!" inquired his
"Jist search the pockets" said
Subscribe to The Herald.
John W. Hoyt.
Waters Pierce Oil Co.
Supplies the ratio with
ILLUMINATING AND LUBRICAT-
ING YERY QUALITY
Also Turpentine Linseed Oils Gaso-
line Candles Axle Grease etc.
Sells Gasoline Engines 1 1-2 to 50 Horos
Power with or without Centrifu-
gal Irrigating Pumps.
SELLS SEWING MACHINES NEW OR OLD-
keeps needles oil and everything
else for their use. repairing sat-
isfactorily done. rents sewing
machines; rents ambulances.
S H 0 E ftl 4 K E R
Will make you shoes or boots that
are stylish and comfortable.
Repairing of ladies and children's
shoes done at small cost.
Las Dos Naciones.
The public will find an
extensive assortment of
DRY GOODS SHOES HATS
JEWELRY AND SADDLES at
prices without competi-
LAS DOS NACIONES
WHEN YOU are feeling tired and
out of sorts you will find. Hood's
Sarsapanlla will do you wonderful
cood. Be sure to GET HOOD'S
J. S. & M.
DiuJJoorJs Boots and Shoe
f BBOWNSVILLE. Texas and MATAM0K0S Mexico.
WINCHESTER AKMS AND AMMUNITION
S. L. D WORST 4.N
THE FIBST NATIONAL BANK
OF BR0WN8VILLE TEXAS.
Surplusimd Univided Profits 20000 f
A (jEkSSAL BANKING
Buys and sells Mexican money
and Domestic Exchange.
Foreign Drafts issued on all
points in Europe.
Wines Liquors Cigars
AND TABLE LUXURIES.
A complete stock of the finest im-
ported and domestic
Wine Cognac Mineral Water
Giu Ale Cigars and
Pure Plive Oil Delicacies
O all scriptions kept in stock.
Prompt Attention Given to Ail Orders by
L A. EOUSSET
ml i i . . i M
ne piace to gee a nrsi-ciass
Shave or Hair-Cut.
Polite and Courteous Attention!
Merchandise and Custom
General Receiving and For-
Live Stock Broker
Agricultural lands sui tabi &
for farming in the valley of the
W RIO GRANDE also in the State of Jj
$ TAMAULIPAS MEXICO will be $
$ sold in small or large tracts to $
W suit purchasers.
I m-RIGE AND SUGAR $
I LAZDS A SPECIALTY
William Kelly" C. H. Maris
Robert Dalzell A. Ashheim.
S. L. Dworman M. Alonso.
DEALERS IN TEfi BEST BRANDS OF "
Mail or Otherwise Filly Trrit SilicffeJ.
1. D.'MJ U V...
naj id DJ.ua up l our name
IS PREP ABED TO EXECUTE
m WITH DISPATCH
I THE HERLAD ..
a All Classes of Work
T" In the Latest Style
mm ifs imn
Shelf and Heavy Hardwar
AGRICULTURAL I PLEMEN
Tin and Woodeu Ware
White Enameled Ware
Sheet Tin and Iron
.Round and Plat Bar Iron
White Lead Lubricating Oil
Turpentine Paint Varnish
Wand indow Gnss.
WILL PAT THF HIGHEST PRICES FOR
You Want the Best
Your Physiciau aims to put
all his knowledge experience and
skill into the prescription he
writes. It is an order for a com-
bination of remedies which your
case requires. He cannot rely on
the result unless the ingredients
are properly compounded.
Be fair to your doctor and
to yourself by bringing your
prescriptions here. They'll be
compounded only by registered
pharmacists who aie aided by the
largest stock of drugs in this part
of the States everything of the
finest quality that money can buy
or experience select.
J A PUT EG NAT. & BR0.
T 1- CI. .... U LJ...I'.
town is m rauunue nume muuMii.g
ook and i Department
Mixed and Dry Paints for jf
Carriages and Buildings iff
'Jarriage Wagon and Build
ing Material. m
Sash Doors and Blinds to
Lime Cement and Bricks. m
Agt. for John Finnigan & Co.
HIDES SKiHS AND Alt COUNTRY PRODUCE 9
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Wheeler, Jesse O. Brownsville Daily Herald (Brownsville, Tex.), Vol. ELEVEN, No. 124, Ed. 1, Monday, July 21, 1902, newspaper, July 21, 1902; Brownsville, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth146220/m1/4/: accessed November 17, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .