Brownsville Daily Herald (Brownsville, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 21, Ed. 1, Thursday, July 27, 1905 Page: 4 of 4
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THE DAILY HERALD
THYrSDAY JULY Z7 1905.
Horopter nil oticc other tfuw -liomwimtetiU
of church willing lodge
notiQQS and rdurkms service will be
charged for t hH mUw. TM rale wflJ
be rtrilotly adhered to for the future.
I'avvcr yailoas wean longer;
The oilhig fttt SLM oowtinue
to make life a burden far the fes-
tive mosquito. If you re too buy
to oil your cMteru the city will do
the work for you. '
Bititt' H0RK1 VtAsmm. AMrem
C. W. Geilcr P. 0. Box 3610
Boa&fi Mum. 7-4-6-1
ABptter from Rev. W. H. Petty
wWtoas bdeu absaitt several weeks
nsflithig in protracted meetings in
various localities announces that
he wall be home this week and will j
holtjj services at the Board of
Trade building next Sunday at 11
FOk Rjsnt My home place
corner Jefferson and 15th." Apply
to Mrs. Katie E. Leahy. 6-7-tf
A Sporo of "The .Famous"
gents furnishing store left this
morning for New York where he
will spend some time in the market
selecting an up to date line of
goods. Spero promises to make
the people of Brownsville open
their eyes at the bargains and
values he will offer later on.
Just received at McDonald's De-
partment Store new line of Hanan
& Son's shoes for men and wo
The rice prospect in this section
continues to be all that could be
asked. Now if the price docs not
try to knock the bottom out our
rice men will be strictly in the
swim this year. There are only
about fifteen hundred acres plant-
ed to rice this season in the Browns-
There was a very quiet wedding
at the Rio Grande hotel yesterday
afternoon the contracting parties
being G. F. McLaughlin of Whar-
ton and Miss K. L. Simpson of
Victoria. Rev. L. B. Newberry
pastor of the Methodist church
performed the ceremony. The new-
ly wedded pair left this morning
for their home at Wharton.
A special train went to the
Point yesterday morning to carry
Captains Murray and Smith of
Galveston inspectors of boilers
and hulls who went down to
inspect vessels in the Isabel port.
Besides the two inspectors Simon
and Gus. Celaya Chas. Champion
and George Scanlau were passen-
gers on the special. On their return
the passengers list was augmented
by the following: Mrs. Jose Fer-
nandez and daughter Mrs. A.
Ashheim and children and Daniel
Tint Hicham) man has been kept
busy today chasing down rumors
of a foot and wagon bridge over
the Rio Grande at Brownsville.
There are at least a dozen different
stories in circulation regarding the
matter but none of them can be
confirmed at present. No one can
fail to appreciate the advantages to
be derived from the placing of such
a bridge but diligent inquiry fails
to elicit any definite information.
Thk HKKAX.D will continue the
chase and will give its readers the
news as soon as it is news.
It is estimated that in the neigh-
borhood of scenty-five bales of
cotton have been marketed in
Brownsville this season so far. The
crop is yielding splendidly and the
price paid is 2k per pound in the
seed. One man who has four or five
accs in cotton has already market-
ed four thousand pounds and says
he has at least eight thousand
pounds more. A few boll weevil
are reported in some localities but
these troublesome insects do not
appear to have done much damage
so far. Several cotton raisers around
Brownsville claim from a bale to a
bale and a half per acre. A coun-
try where a bale of cotton can be
raised ou an acre of ground ought
to satisfy even the most exacting.
From C. 12 . Hamond who is in
the city today Thk Herald
learns work is progressing ver'
satisfactorily at Santa Maria. Col-
lectively about 100 acres of land
has been cleared and the ctnal
which will be four and a half miles
in length haibeeu about half com-
pleted . The contract calls for the
completion of the canal aud the
erection of a pumping plant by
September 1. By the provisions of
the charter m the cowiirany of
which Mr. liamrnood is a member
the party who buys land must alto
buy water privilege which entitles
hiia to the uae of all necessary
water at actual coat. This pre-
vent any peculation in the fur-
uiahing of water and makes an
attractive proposition for actual
The party of Chicago prospec-.
ton who have been here the past1
few days' thoroughly looking over
this section with a view to locating.
left this morning for home. The
gentlemen are very much pleased
with the future of the country
'and will likely return permanently j
3 niuc later me gentlemen are
engaged in various lines of busi-
ness in their home town and will
be likewise engaged should they
locate in this country. One of
the party who has been a farmer
all his life says the soil here is as
rich as the United States affords
and should grow anything that
can be grown in a semi-tropical
A letter from W. L. Moore
chief of United States weather
bureau to Alfred Thornham states
that arrangements have been prac-
tically perfected for telegraphing
notices of rapid rises in the Rio
Grande from El Paso Eagle Pass
Laredo and Carizo. Messages will
be telegraphed to the collector of
custpms at Brownsville and will
be posted for the benefit of the
public as soon as received. This
will enable our people to be in a
measure prepared to guard against
C. E. Hammond came down
from Santa Maria this morning.
He was accompanied as far as
Harlingeu by Mrs. Hammond and
little Mary who took the north
bound train the lady for a months
visit to the Lewis and Clark ex-
position at Portland Oregon and
the little girl to Dallas.
Letter to Eli CIstun.
Dear Sir: There are several ways
of cheating in milk. An old-fashioned
way is to water it. Nobody
waters it now. A better way is
to take out . the cream rich milk
with cream taken out is a good as
poor milk with its cream all in.
But we needn't go into particu
You don't rob your milk and
Paint is as easy as milk to cheat
with. Good paint is as rare as good
milk; for human nature is much
the same in milkmen and paint
Yop arc just and true with your
milk; so are we with our paint.
Devoe lead-and-zinc is twice as
good as mixed paints: There's
twice as much butter in it.
Mr J T Ladd Cheraw S C
"When Mr Evens pnintwl his house
with Devoc he figured on "how other
paints covered and had enough left to
paint three large rooms lie was so
pleased that he has used Devoc on two
F W Duvok & Co
36 New York
P. S. The Frontier Lumber Co. sell
Alfred M. Lctzcrich brother of
Mrs. Chas. Zirjacks who for the
past three months was prescription
clerk for L. P. Leibold left this
morning for his home at War-
renton. After a "recreation at home
he will be with his brother. Dr. C.
N. Letzertch of Sublime and there
prepare himself to enter the Med
ical College at Galveston to study
medicine the coming session. Vic-
Stock of hogs or will sell boars
sows and pigs in pairs or singly.
Call at Lake- View farm or tele-
phone 1024 rings. 7-18-tf
A MATTER OF HEALTH
HAS HO SUBSTITUTE
Jose Fernandez went to the Point
S7-J Young and wtFe'of Shircr
Texas are late arrivals in Browns-
ville. Malcolm Graham of Galveston
arrived in the city yesterday after
noon on business.
Mrs. E. W. Dickey and two sons
left this morning for -a few days
visit to relatives at Rockport.
Ranchman John S. Clearman
accompanied by Mrs. Clearman
was a visitor to the city today.
Charles Jones of Alice arrived
in the city yesterday afternoon for
a few days visit to his cousin Dr.
C. H. Thorn.
Albert T. Woodhouse was an
outgoing passenger for his ranch
this morning after spending a cou-
ple of days with relatives and
friends in Brownsville.
Attorney R. I. BaH was among
the passengers" going out this morn-
ing on his way home to San An-
tonio. He has been attending the
special term of district court.
B. G. Stcgman manager of the
Brownsville Telephone company
left yesterday for Kingsville and
will put in a lot of phones between
that place and Sinton. He will be
absent several days.
L. R. Cowcn the insurance man
left this morning for a business
trip which will include San An-
tonio Houston Waco Dallas Fort
Worth and probably other Texas
cities. He will be absent several
J. Drey fuss the well known New
Orleans drummer was an incoming
passenger yesterday afternoon on
one of his periodical visitations.
Mr. Dreyfuss has many friends in
Brownsville who are always glad to
welcome him to the city.
Following is the list of passen-
gers coming up from Point Isabel
this morning: Dr. F. J. Combe
Wm. Egly Misses Irene Putegnat
H. Hune MayScaulan Joe Cham-
pion R. B. Rentfro George Ken-
edy A. Young Phil Scanlan.
All persons interested in the es-
tate of Manuel M Garza deceased
or those having claims against him
will present same within ten days
to Frank Ottmax
7-24-8-3 Brownsville Texas.
BIG FRISCO PLANb.
That Line May Soon Begin Mexican
Much has been printed regarding
the plans of the Frisco system un
connection with the proposed
bridge across the Rio Grande.
The following in this connection
appeared in the New York Com-
mercial of Saturday last:
Jeff N. Milier vice presideut and
general manager of the St. Louis
Brownsville and Mexico as the
personal representative of the Yoa-
kum syndicate has made prelimi-
nary arrangements for obtaining a
concession from the Mexican gov-
ernment for the construction of an
extension of the Une down the gulf
coast in Mexico to the port of Tam-
pico. Mr. Miller says that he likewise
made arrangements with E T.
Brown president of the National
of Mexico looking to the early
building of a joint international
railroad bridge across the Rio
Grande to connect the two lines.
This bridge will be located at For-
Sole Agents for
No trouble to
Rubber Goods Department
This is one ' our strongest departments including almost every article
desired in ru er. Most oi our brands are made especially for us and rep-
resent the griest value possible for the price. Every article sold is guar-
anteed and will be righted if it does not give wear naturally to be expected
Family fountain syringe rapid flow tubing'
with all fittings oomplutis; lttrt Si .Oft;
2 quart. 51.25; 3 quart $1.50.
Goalcar's Pur Beauty fountain syringe
maroon colore I rubber rapid flow ittbing. .
ami all fittings complete: 1 quart $1.50;
2 quart 2.U; 3 quart $2.50.
Family hoi water bottle: fc pint lattncl
50c; 2 quart flannel $1.00; Z quart extra.
m . ; r
BOTiCA DEL AGUILA
Goodyeor's Invalid M
Cushions $2.50 1
UooxWcar's invalid cushions $2 50
Iam bulb syringe with fittings 50c
75c and $1 uo
Jlorfil vhiiuig spray S3 50
kdiw' perfect ayring $2 50
Hard rubber syringe 25c 30c 75c
Hoover breaat.muupa 75c
Otnuplexion bulbs 50c
(Board of Trade Building)
SACK & SACHS Proprietors
Everything up to date in ladies' fur-
We also have a nice line of ladies'
shoes. New goods received daily.
c: a. 'Roberts
JpflfOfficc over Roticn del Aguila.
I'liene 124 Hliaabeth St Brownsville. Texan
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. Agent
V. L. CRIXELL. Proprietor.
First-class Liquors Wines
Cigars. Polite Attention.
Market Square Brownsville. Texas
Will work by the day week month or by
Orders may be left at John W. Hoyt'
Frontier Lumber Co.
In addition to onr stock ot 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
J3FThree blotks South of Postoffice between 9th and 10th streets.
UND ER TAKING
Bicycles and bicycle sundries monuments iron fenc-
ing picture moulding etc. PHONE 123
Hy. B. Verhelle
Saddle and Harness Manufacturer
-And Dealer In
Fine Saddles and Harness Laprobes Blankets and Buggy Whips.
I make harness from 56.00 up; Saddles from 53.50 up.
Everything sold under n guarantee.
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
Genera! Merchandise !
BROWNSVlLLh - TEXAS
When yen visit the
niake our store your
headquarters. W e
take good care of all !
MAIL ORDERS. I
E. S. Levy & Co.
Mot'i m4 tr' frrtfitfen Ffm Km4 t Ft.
GALVESTON TEXAS 4-18
A 6ne beef steer. Call at Lakt
View farm or telephone 102 4;
' PROMPTNESS cND LIBERAIITY jfA
The Merchants' '
OF BX.O WNJVILLI
Capital Stock $100000.
j E. H. GOODRICH President
JOH.JcAl-LXH ykm Frasids&t
J. G." FERNANDEZ Ckir
John Me Allen Joe Cetaya L T. ti y
E. H. Gsziilzhf O. CScBJar. f. '. rWMn
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