Brownsville Daily Herald (Brownsville, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 15, Ed. 1, Thursday, July 20, 1905 Page: 4 of 4
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THE DAILY HERALD
THURSDAY JULY 20. 1905.
Hureafter all notice other than an-
nouncement of church meetings lodge
notice and religion services will oo
charged for at lnuf rates. This rule will
be strictly adhered to for the future.
H6 the official oil can been fa-
troduced to your cistern yet?
Fewer gallow; wears loafer;
Don't forget to order yoitr H Kh-
ali Kent to your summer addreaa.
The nddrca cannot be chauged ex-
cept by direct order from sub-
scribers. Bkei" Hokns Wmctkh. Address
C. W. Geiler P.. O. Box 1610.
Boston Mas 7-4-8-1
Eighteen larrels of fish were
shipped to Corpus Christi this
morning by express. Fish ship-
ments arc alxnit ail that go out
jiowdays. the truck business having
Fok Rskt My home place!
corner Jefferson and 15th. Apply
to Mrs. Katie E. Leahy. 6-7-tf
John J. Young of Santa Kita
struck a flow of water at 300 feet
!n his North pasture a short time
ago but has decided to go deeper
and get a better flow. Hidalgo
Lost Little curly light gray
dog- Good reward given if return-
ed to Major Qoolcc Fort Brown.
Just received at McDonald's De-
partment Store new line of Hauan
& Son's shoos for men and wo-
A Hhrald man met S. C.
Moore of the Miller hotel this
morning wearing ii smile that
would not come off and on in-
quiring 'the cause of his apparent
good humor was informed that
Mrs. Moore would be a passenger
on this evening's' train" from Fort
A fifteen foot rise came down
the San Juan river last night and
as a result the Rio Grande at this
point is considerably above normal
this morning. Heavy rains are re-
ported in the territory drained by
the San Juan and the river here
gets the benefit of this water. The
river is still rising at 4 o'clock this
Yesterday afternoon while n
number of Mexican boys were
bathing in the resaca near the ceme-
tery one of them Francisco Ro-
driguez aged about eighteen years
got into deep water and was drown-
ed before assistance could be ren-
dered. The body was recovered
about twenty minutes later but all
effort to restore life were uadeas.
The celebrated laud suit of Sa-
lome McAlleii ft al vs. G. M.
Raphael et al was called in the
district court at ten o'clock this
morning. One aide presented aotnc
additional pleadings and the oUicr
side asked for time to examine
same which was graitted aud the
case will l?e again called at V o'clock
The many friends of E. A.
McGary. assistant cashier of the
Merchants National bank who re-
turned last evening from San An-
tonio where he underwent a opera-
tion for appendicitis will be glad
to learn the young man is rapidly
recovering mid will soon be enjoy-
ing his accustomed health. The
young man resumed his duties at
the bank this morning and says
he has not forgotten how to handle
the filth y lucre yet.
Among the arrivals in Browns-
ville Tuesday evening were Messrs.
Milttwi Daily and L A. Busbv of
Chicago . Mr. Busby is president
of Use' Brownsville Land & Irriga-
tion company and Mr. Daily is a
director in the same company.
These genemen are very well
known in the city having been
here several times before. They
will spend a few days looking over
the situation here before returning
to their home in Chicago. Iu com-
pany with W. M. RatcHffe local
manager they went out to the
pumping station today.
To the Public.
At a recent meeting of the city
council the sanitary condition of
the city was discussed and it was
decided that as city health officer
I request the public through Tun
BitowNSViLUC Herald to begin at
once and put their premises in as
sanitary a condition as possible
by draining off any water which
migixt be in their yards cut down
and destroy all weeds burn trash
and disinfect privy vaults by the
use of crude carbolic acid chlorin-
ated lime or corrosive sublimate.
Aud as it has been thoroughly de-
monstrated that the mosquito is
the sole transuiittor of many dia-
stases especially malaria dengue
and yellow fever the city will wage
a war or extermination upon these
little pests by the persistent use
of coal oil to the surface of water
contained in tanks cisterns etc.
provided they are not screened or
otherwise protected from the devel-
opment of the mosquito. This oil
shall be applied once or where nec-
essary twice a Week ''during the
hot months. If we will all give this
matter our attention and work to-
gether we will soon have our city
iu as sanitary a condition as is pos-
sible under the present circums-
tances. L F. Laytoj
Ranger Snm McKenzie is in the
city today from Harlingen on bus-
iness. Mrs. Barragan and family went
to the Point yesterday for a two
weeks outing:. '
Louis Cowen spent last night at
Point Isabel coming home on this
J. H. Dishman of Harlingen
was a business visitor to Browns-
ville last evening.
Misses Lerma and Johnson were
amqng the passengers from the
Point this morning.
J. C. McBe and T. L Jones
of Harlingen came down to the
city on the 11 o'clock train for a
short business trip.
Mrs. E. Crixell accompanied by
her son Teofilo Crixell's children
returned this morning from a brief
sojourn at Point Isabel.
Operator Sanborn went up to
Raymondville this morning for a
breath of fresh air and to visit his
friend Frank Kimball operator
at that place. Mr. Sanborn will
return this evening.
Dr. J. H. Florence and three
children came up from the Point
this morning. Dr. Florence and
family will leave for Rockport to-
morrow where the family will spend
the next two months.
W. J. Cotterell of San Antonio
route agent for Wells Fargo's ex-
press company arrived in the city
last night and checked up the of-
fice here today. Of course he found
everything in first class shape.
Lieut and Mrs. E. P. Thomp-
son aud Lieut aud Mrs. Allen
Parker i of Fort Brown were pas-
sengers Vor Point Isabel yesterday
for a few days recreation a part of
which will be spent on Brazos Is-
land. Mr. and Mrs- F. A. Chapa. of
San Antonio returned to Browns-
ville this morning from a few days
stay at Point Jsabfl. Mr. Chapa is
an old Brownsville boy and this
city holds a warm place iu his af-
fections. Mrs. S. C. Pentecost of Texas
Gity who has been here the past
two days negotiating for the
purchase of the American restau-
rant was among the outgoing
paaseugers this morning. Mr. and
Mrs. Pentecost will probably return
about the first of August to take
charge of the restaurant having
accepted the terms o!Serked by Roy
I am prepared to teach telegraphy
from 7 to S o'clock each evening
to those wishing to learn same.
For terms apply to E. S. Barrios
at Hoyt place on Adams street.
A MATTER OF HEALTH
HAS HQ SUBSTITUTE
To the Citizens of Brownsville.
Your attention is respectfully
invited to ai: article in this issue
of The Hkkau) written by Dr. L-
F. Lay ton. city physician. Inas-
much as the season is at baud
when malaria with its complica-
tions and other low forms of fever
may become prevalent the hearty
cooperation of our citizens is re-
quested in assisting the sanitary
authorities in the work of mosquito
extermination as well as keeping
the city in as hygienic t condition
as possible. '
PiutOKRicx J. CoMlit Mayor.
A fine beef steer. Call at Lake
View farm or telephone 102 4
Letter to Joe L. Putegnat.
Dear Sir: We suspect you'd like
the tale how a woman beat two
hardware dealers in Girard Pa.
We tried our best to get those
men to sell Devoe lcad-and-zinc in
the bright town; and failed. Re-
luctantly took Mrs E R Bowman
They said they couldn't sell
paint for more than $1.25 a gallon.
Mrs Bowman can. She has sold
about all the paint that has been
sold there since.
She knew Devoe; had sold our
artists' materials. Had some sense
and force besides; she easily learn-
ed the cheap is dear iu paint and
told it to people.
Mr Burt Young bought a gal-
lon Devoe for rooms that had al-
ways taken a gallon of other paint;
had half left.
Mr E. H Hiler jeweler painted
Devoe and says it goes further
Mr John Hannn grocer thought
it expensive before he bought it;
brought back nearly half of his
paint and said it wns the cheapest
job he ever had.
Mrs Bowman reports universal
satisfaction. So much foracheap-
paint town with a bright woman
iu it. Yours truly
F W Ditvoit & Co
34 New York
P. S. Profiteer Lumber Co. sells
AGRICULTURAL AND MECHAN-
ICAL COLLEGE OF TEXAS.
The Technological College oP
Texas. Tuition free. Board lodg-
ing fuel lights laundry. Trust
and Incidental fees physician's
services One Hundred Fifty-five
Dollars a session. Minimum ad-
mission age sixteen . Qualified ap-
plicants Eighteen or over cuter on
certificate without examination.
Lecture laboratory experiment-
al work in Agriculture. Horticul-
ture Animal Husbandry. Dairy-
ing Veterinary Science. Agricul-
tural Chemistry. Entomology.
Degree courses in Architectural
Civil Electrical Mechanical Tex-
Thorough traiuiug in English
History Mathematics 'Economics
German. French Spanish Botany
Chemistry Physics Assaying.
For catalogue address: The .Sec-
retary College Station.
David F. Houston
SW i .
Sole Agents for
No trouble to
Rubber Goods Department
This is one our strongest departments including almost every article
uesirea in a er. most ot our Dranas are made especially lor us and rep-
resent the ga .lest value possible for the price. Every article sold is guar-
anteed and will be righted it it does not give wear naturally to be expected
Family fountain syringe rapid flow tubiux.
with all Hittings complete; 1 quart $1.00;
2 quart 1.25; 3 quart $1.50.
Gorxlyvnr's Para Beanty fountain syringe
maroon colored rubber rapid flow tubing
and all fitting complete. 1 qu irt $1.50;
2 ru.irt. quvt $2.50.
Fatnilv hot w;Ut tnrttlcs: 4' pint flannel
50c; I quart flaancl $1.00; 2 quart extra
Goodyear inralkl cushions .... $2 50
Family bulb syringe with fittings 50c.
75c and ?t OO
Morvel wheeling spray $3 50
The ladies' perfect syringe $2 50
Hnrd rubber syringes 25c 50c . . . 73c
Hoover breast pumps 75c
Complex ion bulbs 50c
BOT2CA DEL AGUILA
(Board oi Trade Building)
SACK & SACHS Proprietors
Everything up to date in ladies' fur-
nishings. We also have a nice line of ladies'
shoes. New goods received daily.
C. A. ROBERTS
.sTOffice over Botica del Aguiln.
rhonc 134 Kliznbcth St Brownsville. Tcxns
Attorney W. N. Parks
WATCH FOR HIS
Have on hand a stock of
Kerosene Oil and Lubri-
cating Oils; Engine and
Stove Gasoline. Call or
write for prices. : :
Gulf Refining Co.
FRANK CHAMPION Aicnl
GOING NORTH SOON
If so you ought to look
into the low round trip
rates via. the
Frontier Lumber Co.
In addition to onr stock of lumber we carry
Ready Mixed House Paints Colors and Oils Bicycle Enamel
Carriage Paints Floor and Roofing Paints Linseed Oil and
White Lead. Also good stock 'Brushes and Painters Supplies
jn?"Three blocks South of Postofflce between 9th aad 10th streets.
Bicycles and bicycle sundries monuments iron fenc-
ing picture moulding etc. dp PHONE 123
Bt'PFALO. N V. One f ire plus J.OO. i
Tickets on sale Julv 7 S and 9 jjood re- j
turning August 4. i
You travel on the FINEST TRAINS RUNNING '
OUT OF TEXAS. HARVEY DINING SERVICE.
THROUGH SLEEPERS AND CHAIR CARS.'
ELECTRIC FANS. C. W. STRAIN. f
General Passenger Agent. I
Port Worth Texas
Hy. B. VerheUe
Saddle and Harness Manufacturer
And Dealer In
Fine Saddles awl Harness Laprobes Blankets ami Buggy Whips.
I make harness from 6.00 up; Saddles from 53.50 up.
Everything sold undur a gunrantau.
REP AIRING A SPECIALTY.
5 PROMPTNESS oAND LIBERALITY
Raising Onions & Tomatoes
Prices and terras most
reasonable to all who will im-
The Brownsville Land & Town Co
When you visit the
make our store your
headquarters. W e
take good care of all
E. S. Levy & Co.
Men's t& Bort Ostfitlcrs Fren Head to Foct.
GALVESTON TEXAS 4-18
NATIONAL BANK '
Capital Stock $100.000100 f
E. H. GOODRICH President John McAUen Je Celaya I. T. rrjrw
JOHN McALLEN Vice Presidsnt Mfguel FernaadtJr.
J. G. FERNANDEZ Cashier E.H.Oaslrlch O.C.SuifO.Fc4e
B. A: MCGARY Assistant-Cashier.
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Wheeler, Jesse O. Brownsville Daily Herald (Brownsville, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 15, Ed. 1, Thursday, July 20, 1905, newspaper, July 20, 1905; Brownsville, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth146915/m1/4/: accessed November 13, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .