Brownsville Daily Herald (Brownsville, Tex.), Vol. 13, No. 307, Ed. 1, Wednesday, April 12, 1905 Page: 3 of 4
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BBsffif ii il dm Aim fit Business H li
11 o7AAeAfi a
DBSIRB to make the First
National the Bank of the
People. The small depositor re-
ceives the same courteous treat-
ment and consideration that is ex-
tended to the largest within the
limits of safe and conservative
banking. Officers give personal
attention to all details. Directors
meet regularly and frequently and
keep closely in touch with the
current business. Kvery safe-
guard known to safe and successful
banking is availed of and our past
success is the best criterion by
which to judge the security of the
00000. Surpfes Undivi
HE FIRST NATIONAL- is pre-erninently the Bank gf the Frontier. Its I
stockholders belong here. Its interests are those gf our best and most pro- !
gressive citizens we orfer to our customers present and prospective the ad-
vantages of the largest capital and surplus of any bank in this section and of the f
safe and conservative banking methods which have resulted" in the successful build-
ing up of this bank in the past twelve years.
Its financial position is established and the energy experience and business
f ability f the management will continue to be wholly" directed to the maintenance and
J increase of these advantages.
We Solicit the Patronage of All
William Kelly Pres. S. L Dwcrman 1st Vice Pres.
W. M.Ratciiffe 2d Vice Pres. A. Ashheim Cashier
James B. Wells Attorney
A. Ashheim .
James A. Browne
M. H. Cross
James B. Wells
C. H. Maris
W. M. Ratcliffe
W. F. Sprague
E. C. Forto
UR FUNDS are protected in a
fire-proof vault and bv the
best safes to be obtained; and are
further covered by insurance
against burglary or daylight rob-
bery. Our officers are under bond
in the best surety companies.
People who intrust their money
to a bank have a right to know its
financial strength. We recognize
this right and will cheerfully fur-
nish any depositor a statement of
our condition any day in the year.
Absolute safety is the best thing
we have to offer and upon this ba-
sis 3'our account is solicited.
fio Grande Railroad
On and after Sept. 15th. regular
. .t t- i- &i -r-'1 i
trains over tne itio irranae j.aiiroaa
will leave as follows:
Leave Brownsville daily 9 a.m.
Arrive Point Isabel " 10:15 a. m
Leave Point Isabel " 3 p. m
Arrive Brownsville " 4:15 p. ni
Pres. and Gen. Mgr.
"New YorkNew Orleans Steamship Line' j
H. L. B. & M. R. R.
A PASSENGER TR ATX.
Io. 1 leaves Brownsville every
nay except JMinday at 8:40 a. m.
No. 2 arrives in Brownsville
every day except Sunday at 4:45
No. 11 leaves Brownsville every
day at 5:00 a. m.
No. 12 Arrives in Brownsville
-evenr day at 4:15 p. m.
Nos. 1 and 2 pass each other at
Katherina at 12:58 p. m.
No. 22. leaves Fordyce at 6:45
a. m. arrives Harlingen 9:30 a. in;
arrives at Brownsville' at 11:20 a.
m. daily except Sunda' connect-
ing with trains north at Harlingen.
No. 21 leaves Brownsville at 1:15
p. ni. arrives Harlingen 2:30; p.
in. and Fordyce 7:00 p. m. every-
day except Sunday connecting
with trains south at Harlingen.
Jeff N. Miller
Vice-pres. and Gen. Man.
The Printing-Office Towel.
The office towel was leaningfthere
Against the ink-stained wall
Its joints quite stiff with age and things
It really could n't fall.
The telegraph announced the death
Of one to fame well known
And so upon the office front
Deep mourning must be shown.
But what to do? With coffers bare
How could the crepe be bought?
It could n't but a massive brain
Evolved a happy thought.
"What! hoi there kid! bring ine an ax
And I will ribbons make
From yonder towel of vintage old
v Unless the ax should break).
We'll not be pointed at with Mzorn
For Lick of due respect
So 1 i' as this strong arm can wield
A.. .. iith good effect."
The .. was brought and that brave lad
IK..:i a fierce attack
rpon the towel that for so long
Hil been the Slackest black
The towel which tradition said
Ha 1 once been almost white
But w hich now lacked a single spot
Ot color that was light.
T : cut in strips and nailed about
Tkv print tng-ofiice door.
And u-ed its purpose well indeed
Nr. use to worry more.
The opKaitiou down the street.
With envy turned quite green
For i Uat oltLjug made far the best
Display of mourning seen.
From One Type at a Time
etween NEW ORLEANS and NEW YORK
Steamer sails from New Orleans every Saturday at 10:00 a. m.
" " " New York even' Wednesday-at 12:00 noon.
Vmw n!inr.Hniritin Clnnmm Xf'-. rv"
. nun uiikiiua-iiuvuim Jltaiii3mp lvinta
I Between NEW ORLEANS and HAVANA
Steamer sails from New Orleans everv Saturdav at 2:00 p. m.
' " " Havana every Tuesday at 4:00 p m.
"Sunset Express" Between New Orieans and San Francisco
Leaves New Orleans daily at 11:55 a. in. Leaves San Francisco daily at 5:45 p. m.
Carries Pullman Drawing Room Sleepers Tourist Sleepers Combination
Library Buffet and Observation Cars Dining Cars Chair Cars Oil
Burning Locomotives from New Orleans to San Francisco.
Inquire of any Southern Pacific Agenfe for all information
T. J. ANDERSON
Gen. Pass. Agent
JOS. H ELLEN
Ass't Gen. Pass. Agt.
Jesas Benavides & Co. Props.
Only first-class hotel -in the
citv. Table furnished at all
times with best to be had. :
SPECIAL RATES TO FAMILIES
STREET CAR PASSES THE DOOR
Two Block; Trom f.'aia Plaza Alalainoros Mexico
L- " WHOLESALE DEALERS IN I I
House desirably located. Everj' home
comfort. Bath rooms in coune6tion.
LUMBER SHINGLES BOORS SASH BLINDS
Winchester Arirs (8b Ammunition
BROWNSVILLE TEX. MATAMOROS MEX.
Macaroni One-quarter pound or
twelve sticks of macaroni broken
in inch lengths and cooked in three
pints of boiling salted water twenty
minutes; dram. Have ready a
large cupful of finely minced cold
boiled or baked ham. Arrange the
ham and macaroni in alternate
layers in a baking dish having a
layer of macaroni on top and over
this placca layer of grated cheese
(one-half cupful); season with one
saltspoonful of salt one-half salt-
spoonful of pepper and dust the
top with fine cracker crumbs. Pour
over tins a cupful ot milk and
bake twenty-five minutes.
Calf's Liver Wash a pound of
calf's liver cover with boiling
water add one-half of a teaspoon-
ful of salt and simmer gently .until
tender. Let stand in the liquid
until colcW then free from gristle
and chop -very fine. Put into a
saucepan moisten with strong beef
stock and seoson very highly with
salt pepper Worcestershire to
mato catsup and a few drops of
onion juice. I lie mixture should
be very moist but not swimming
in liquor. If a drink is allowed
beside the two dishes you could
provide as a second dish finger
sandwiches made with whole wheat
or r3'e bread.
Cider Egg Nog For each guest
beat up one egg until very light.
sprinkling iuix it one teaspoonful
of powdered sugar. Add a glass
of cider for each egg whip again
and turn into the punch bowl
which is partly filled with small
limps office. Grate a little nutmegl
over the top.
I'll wrap them
of the democratic
party are getting together. Now
with a few tail feathers as a rudder
a proper head to direct the flight
there's a chance of the old bird
roosting in the White House in
the next contest Raleigh (N. C.)
"Mamma didn't you say last
week you wanted the carving knife
and the chopper sharpened?"
Mrs. Suburb: "indeed I did.
Bless his little heart! How thought-
ful you are! They are both so blunt
as to be useless."
"Well I'll take 'em round to
the cuttler's for vou."
' How sweet of vou to offer to
do such things for 3'our mamma
my little cherub
"No don't wrap them up
want them to show. There's a bov
out there waiting to lick me; but
fauc- when he sees me coming he'
Hoi Cross Buns.
Hunting for Easter bonnets can
be done m the clothe.-s season .
TwiU be many a vear till folks Anil
Boi some bright red eggs at Easter.
A Rural Longing.
' 'Say our bookkeeper is foolish .
"What do you mean?"
Why he says when he gets old
he wauts money enough to go out
and live where he can see the moon
go down behind a hedge."
R. 8. CREAGER
Attorney and .
Office over Yturria Bank
I Tr 6T he Katy Way" !
Have vou decided on this vear's
VACATION? It's about the
time to figure on it. Also CON-
SIDER 'the TRAIN SERVICE.
4 First Thing He Wanted.
iyittie Willie: Say pa was the
earth created before man?
Pa: Yes my son.
Iittle Willie: ?;hy was it?-
Pa: It was probably known that
it would be the first thing he'd
want when he arrived.
Soaking vegetable seed- in tep'id
water for ten hours will- hasten
germination and even cause some
to sprout that never would- have
sprouted. Soak sweet- peas lima
beans soja beans and popcorn and
it will hasten them to sprout.-
An Easter Conceit .
If I could catch that rabbit .
yith.the egg producing habit
I would nab it
Quickly grab it
And I'd put it in a pen.
And there I?d let -him- lay sir
Colored eggs the livelong da sir
And I say sir
: It would pay sir
F6r-1ld4reep- an !eggr stofethen.
i ASTHFR -Jt BURDICK.
Reaches many delightful re-
sorts in the OZARK
MOUNTAINS and of-
fers the quickest ser-
vice to all North-
To all points in TSxais OManoirid.
and Indian Territories Missouri
Kansas and all points North and
East. Through sleepers and free
jreclining chair cars. Address
W. Q. CRUSH g: P. & T. A
Attorney W. N. Parks
WATCH FOR HIS
HARVEY DINING SERVICE
Write for information
C. V. STRAIN G. P. A.
Fort Worth Texas
20000 acres land in Hidalgo
county. For sale in large or small
tracts. Apply to ToHX Closner.
3-30-tf. Kidalo-n TWnc
First-class Liquors Wines
Cigars. Polite Attention.
Market Square Brownsville Texas
A special meeting of Hope Chap
ter Ko. 124 O. E. S. will be held
Wednesday evening at half past
seven. All inemhprs nr "ivnir:for?
to attend .as there will be initiatory
visiting' members of the order
are ccr4iaHy invited.
By'onlerof the Worthy Matron
2t. - Secri?tarr rrr
Dissolution- No lice.
The partnership heretofore e'xr-
sisting. between V.. L.- Crixelf and
Louis Crixell under the firm name
of V. I. Crixell& Bro conduct
ing the White Elephant Saloon is
this day dissolved bv mutual con
sent Louis Crixell retiring from
the firnT. V. L. Crixell will con-
tinue the business collect all bills
ue the linn and assumes all in
debtedness:- V. L CsrxT?TT
-29-48 - Louis iCsir..
Raising Onions & Tsmaioes
Prices and terms most
j reasonable to all who will im-
i prove lands.
The Brownsville Land &7own Co
Successor to Powers & Maxan
Powers & Wells Wells &Rentfro
Wells Rentfro & Hicks Wells &
Hicks Wells Staytdn & Kleberg.
I buy and sell Real Estate and
investigate land titles. A comolete
absfc'ict of all titles of record in
Cameron County Texas.
Practice in ail state and federal
J courts when especially employed.
Land-Litigation and corporation
' John W Hoyt
- - AENT OF - -
Waters Pierce Oil Go
Only $10 down. Fine lots
$50. Corners $75. Half-price
The Brownsville Land & Town Co.
Supplies the tniclo with
ILLUMINATING AND LUBRICAT-
ING OIL OF EVERY QUALITY
Also Turpentine Linseed Oils Gaso
lifce Candles. AtTp Grmse.
Sells Gasoline Engines 1 1-S to 50 Horse
wjsa or wimout uentnia
gal Irrigating Puinps.
SXLLS SZWIXG JCACXTNES NEW OR CLD.
KXKPS XKXSLZS OIL ASTD EV3ESYTHIJF3
XLSS FOK'TSXXX USX. SSPAISISO SAT
ISFACTOSILY BOXK. JUKTTS SXWIX
KACIDW: XKZTS AXXTJU3LSCX3.
' T. i. CAHILL
Plumper & Tinner
iSGalvanized iron cisterns
Mr. Nye says this is a fine
country for raising: onions and
he ought to know. Ourprices
and terms most reasonable.
The Bfowwvilt LmmI U Tmvr C.
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Wheeler, Jesse O. Brownsville Daily Herald (Brownsville, Tex.), Vol. 13, No. 307, Ed. 1, Wednesday, April 12, 1905, newspaper, April 12, 1905; Brownsville, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth146831/m1/3/: accessed August 21, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .