Brownsville Daily Herald (Brownsville, Tex.), Vol. 13, No. 307, Ed. 1, Wednesday, April 12, 1905 Page: 4 of 4
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THE DAILY HERALD
. WEDNESDAY APRIL 12 1905.
;; LOCAL ITEMS
Hat Bis-Kits 4-8-tf
.Botica del Agnila.
Cabbage plants 20 cts hundred
at Kelly's opposite Herald office.
' Cream served from 6 to 11 p. m.
nextFriday at administration build-
JEaster novelties. Botica del
Aguila. . 4-1-tf
Charles Schunior. of Fordycej. is
a visitor to Brownsville on busi-
Furnished rooms for rent.
4-8-14 Mrs. Fannie D. Putegnat.
Let's get up that car of onions.
It would be a great thing for the
Huyler's chocolate. Botica del
Aguila. ' 4-1-tf.
Cream and cake served by the
Methodist ladies Friday night ad-
Huyler's cream peppermint. Bo.
tica del Aguila. 4-1-tf.
Nothing attracts like first-class
stationery. We have the stock
and do up-to-date work.
Huyler's rabbits". Botica del
Tables on the lawn delicious ice
cream and cake. Administration
building Friday night.
S. N. Tracy and F- L. Lewton
of Washington D. C are in the
city for a few days stay.
Huyler's chocolates. Botica del
You believe in churches. Help
the Methodist ladies Friday night.
Huyler's nougats Botica del
Aguila. 4-1-tf. I
The Methodist ladies would like
to see you at the administration
buildingFort Browa next Friday
For Sale White corn 70 cents
per bushel at Frank Alcedo's.
G. A. Fearuow is in from his
ranch up the river. He is expect-
ing his wife to join him here in a
T We are sole agents for Huyler's
candies Botica del Aguila. 4-lt-f .
L. K. Morris manager of the
Frontier Lumber company left
this morning for a business visit to
Htiyier's mixed fruits. Botica
del Aguila. 4-1-tf.
Belvard G. Stafford arrived from
Victoria last evening to visit his
..uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs.
J. 0. Wheeler.
Easter rabbits. Botica del Agui-
Only $6.60 to Galveston and re-
turn account Northern Settlers'
Convention April 21 to 24. Lim-
ited to return April 23.
For Sale -Good second 'hand
buggy full leather top; two
sets harness. Apply at Weller's
saloon. . 4-11-24
A brisk norther blew up last
;TUt find blew awav this morn-
estate were noticeable.
Lerma & Cavazos owners of the
Rio Grande hotel will refit rooms
to lodsrers by the day week or
Don't let the fact that you ought
to clean up escape your memory
It is an absolute essential to public
health. Do it now.
T ACT anW dress oin. Return
- -xr Trii TV Hill for reward.
LJ ilXlO. J"" ' '
Corner Elizabeth and Sth.
The Methodist ladies are working
for a church building in Browns
ville. Help them out Friday night
Tee cream at the administration
building 6 to 11.
7. & P.. Coats spool thread the
best 50 cents per dozen Nos. Sto
200 at McDonald's Department
Received in 25000 lots ruled
linen letter and note heads which
we will furnish at prices never be
fnrp.ipnrd of in Brownsville. If
vnn -want first-claSS work OU first-
Brownsville is glad to welcome
S. A. Robinson who has rented a
residence from W. A. Neale and
will move his family here in a short
time. He will immediately'- begin
improving his recently purchased
land S miles up the river and will
erect a residence in the near future.
Mr. Robertson will plant alfalfa
principally. He is a prominent
railroad man and "was one of the
contractors on the Gulf Coast Line.
Mr. Robertson says railroad build-
ing in Texas is suspended tempo-
rarily at least by the passage of
the Intangible Assets bills by the
present legislature. He believes
the bill is unconstitutional and if
not vetoed by Gov. Lanham thinks
it will be knocked out by the
supreme court. Mr. Robertson has
a contract for building a road in
east Texas but the promoters have
decided to hold the matter up un-
til the bill which it is claimed will
stop all railroad building in Texas
has been definitely disposed of.
Any bill that is calculated to re-
tard the development of Texas
and railroads are its greatest devel-
opers should be relegated to eter-
nal oblivion and .theman who
originates such a bill should be
sent back to the shades of private
life where he belongs.
The Knight's of Honor had a
most pleasant meeting last night.
After the routine business had been
disposed of a smoker was very
much enjoyed by the members
present. A nice spread consisting
of oysters ham sandwiches cheese
pickles and a good supply of liquid
refreshments made up the bill of
fare and the good humor prevail-
ing was augmented by various
and appropriate toasts. Fred
Starck was toastmaster and -.performed
his duties well. These ac-
casional spreads serve to more
firmly cement the bonds of frater-
nal good will among the members
and add interest to the meetings.
Quite a good membership attended
last nicrht and each went away
feeling that the ties of brotherly
love had been more firmly woven.
The Home Mission society of the
M. E- Church South had a most
pleasant meeting with Mrs. J. W.
Davis Tuesday afternoon. At this
meeting the ladies made arrange
ments for the ice cream festival
which will be held at the administra
tion building at Fort Brown next
Friday night. Tables will be plac
ed on the lawn and excellent
cream and cake will be served
Everybody is urged to come and
help the ladies out ill a good cause
which is for raising funds to assist
in building a Methodist church in
Brownsville. Dainty refreshments
were served at the meeting with
Mrs. Davis and the occasion was
especially pleasant. Next meeting
will be held with Mrs. Killough.-
Rev. C. S. Mills of the Meth
odist church will leave Corpus
Christi on April 18 for Louisville
Ky. to meet the Church Exten-
sion board and urge his claims for
funds to build churches at Kings-
ville and Brownsville. He will ask
for $4500 of which $2500 will be
expended on the Brownsville edifice
and $2000 on the Kiiigsville church.
Corpus Cor. Express.
Parties arriving on the train yes-
terdsy report considerably hail at
Kingsville. The Herald hopes
truck and other crops were not in
jured by 'the hail. Considerable rain
is reported along the Gulf Coast
T.inp this side of Kinseville. The
parties say some eff the hail was
larger than a hen egg.
On account of Northern Settlers
convention at Galveston April 21
to 24 inclusive the St. L. B. M.
will sell round trio tickets on
April 19 and 20 for $6.60 good
for return April 23.
Geo. Worley traveling freight
agent of the. Southern Pacific was
an arrival in the city last evening
rimtliner business for his line. He
is stopping at the Miller.
Just received large lot ruled linen
letter and note heads. Will print
them cheaper than ever before of
fered in Brownsville quality of
paper and class of work considered
Do you need shipping tags. We
print them. '
Sirica the grounds at the St. ;L.
B. & M. depot have been leveled
the frrees trimmed and other im-
provements made together with
the cool and inviting appearance of
Caison park the visitors first im-
pression of Brownsville is usually
very favorable. Other improve-
ments will likely be made among
them being the placing of seats in
Carson park where the weary may
find a resting. place. Several hun-
dred young trees have recently been
set out and the carpet of grass
dotted with wild flowers presents a
very cool and inviting appearanqe.
J. P. Withers and R. M. Curtis
of Casa Blanca were in the city-
yesterday returning on the 4
o'clock train to Llano Grande.
They report everything flourishing
in their territory.
The lack of rent houses in
Brownsville is distressing. A few
houses built to rent for $12 to $15
per month would be a paying in
vestment. Why not build a few
Considering the wonderful im-
provement a coat of paint gives the
premises it is strange that no more
of it is used. Freshen up your
houses with a little paint.
The Ladies' Card club did not
hold a meeting yesterday after-
noon and there will be no more
meetings until after Easter.
Johtf S. Clearman the Point
Isabel stockman was in the city
today on business.
Latest style visiting cards just
received at The Herald office.
Fine line of first-class envelopes
just in. Place your order now.
Large lot of milk tickets and
round checks just received.
W. J. Caruohan came down from
Kings ville yesterday.
A CARLOAD OF ONIONS.
Suggested That Onion Growers Cull
Patches For Purpose of Making
It has been suggested that all
onion growers pool issues and
make a carload each one furnish-
ing as many crates ; as are found
ready for shipment. To further
this measure Col- U. Lott agrees
to give $10 as a premium on the
first car load; McDavitt Bros will
give $10 and other public spirited
citizens will doubtless donate
something and in this way a very
nice premium can be raised which
could be used in paying freight.
Will you ail work together and. do
this. Had this been thought of
two weeks ago Brownsville would
no doubt have shipped the first
carload of onions from Texas this
Catholic Knights of America.
"Hail to St. Joseph's Branch
No. 919 of Brownsville Texas
the Benjamin of our order. The
fraternal hand of thousands of loyal
knights is extended to you
Office of Supreme Secretary.
Most Rev. John J. Glennan
Archbishop of St. Louis Mo. on
the Catholic Knights of America:
"With the re-rating you can
more conscientiously ask the Cath-
olic laymen to join you than can
a society that is by improper rating
insolvent. I am sure that with
the cominor years the Catholic
Knights of America will progress
and become a great and grand so-
society both from a religious and
a financial standpoint" April 24
Books for Sale. '
I received a number of my books
Star or Her Cross and Her
Crown" in a damaged condition.
Same are for sale at Rogers confec
tionery at 25 cents. Regular price
$1. Miss M. E. Duffy.
Spring time is here with all its
sweet singers. So is the Singer
Man here with the sweetest Singers
in the world. Ladies did you ever
hear this machine sing? Now is
the time. P. J. Campbell Agt.
. For sale A dozen home made
cots Apply to A. H. Weller. Depot
Promissory and Vendor's lien
notes for sale at this office.
JAMES B. WELLS. President
Operate the only complete
Abstract of Laad Titles of
Cameron County Texas : :
Have on hand a stock of
Kerosene Oil and Lubri-
cating Oils; Engine and
Stove Gasoline. Call or
write for prices. : :
FRANK CHAMPION Agent
Will meet trains at McAlIen btation.
Passengers wishing to get to Hidalgo
write or v.-ire Hie in time.
l-13tf Hidalgo Texas.
RPOWNSVILLF. - - TEXAS
JAMES B. STERNS
IRRIGATION ENGINEER & SURVEYOR
Reports made as to value quality and
desirability of lands in Cameron Hidalgo
and Starr counties. Lands surveyed and
sub-divided. Hidalgo Texas.
Defy Spring- with your heavy uncomfort-
able suit. Welcome the sunny cs with
new smart cheery
men ts' such as we show in all the new
fabrics patttemsand colorings of the
famous S. M. & S. make. Every fash-
ionable shade and weave is here and inaiiy
choice exclusive things which we want to
show you. Come and see and we are sure
THAT YOU WILL BE PLEASED.
FRANK W. KIBBE. Secretary
CAPITAL STOCK - - $10000.00
D. B. CHAPIN Yice-Preso and Mgr.
(Board of Trade Building)
SACK & SACHS Proprietors
We have now a full line of-
SILK -SKIRTWAIST SUITS SHIRT WAISTS IN SILK
AND LAWNS BELTS LADIEES & CHILDREN'S PARASOLS
in the latest styles. Also full line Cur-
' tains and Linen Table Sets. Our Easter
Hats must be seen to be appreciated.
and BILLIARD PARLOR
mesi n tries
SOUEi cAGENT SAN
Will work by the day week month or by
Orders may be left at Tobn W. Hoyt
i FRANK W. KIBBE...
i AttorneyatLaw p
A. D. CHILDRESS. Treasurer
OUR BOOKS ARE AL-
WAYS KEPT UP TO BATE
ANTONIO XXX BEERo
LAND FOR SALE!
ACRES OF IAND
all under fence
and almost square
in shape. East line of fence one-
half mile from line of St. Louis
Brownsville & Mexico railway. In
artesian well belt. For prices and
3-28-tf Brownsville Texas
Old newspapers for sale at this
office. ' - k -
classpaper put your order in now
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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/m1/4/: accessed October 21, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .