Brownsville Daily Herald (Brownsville, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 199, Ed. 1, Wednesday, February 21, 1906 Page: 4 of 4
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THE DAILY- HERALD.
WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 21 1906.
JA BAD HABIT AVOID IT
If you are in the habit of ex-
perforating on the sidewalk think 5
f nnl Ho not reoeat it. h
f There is plenty of room m the- J
street and the ladies mn inant j
yon for your thoughtfulness. J
Tomorrow being Washington's
birthday the public school will
take a holiday.
Rumor has it that one of our
citizens is soon to begin the erec
tion of a $25000 residence.
Thirty four crates of mixed
vegetables were shipped out by
express from Olmito this morning.
The Herald is requested to
announce there will be a meeting
of Knights of Pythias lodge to
night. All members urged to at
The last hop before Lent will be
given at the opera house tonight
by the young men of Brownsville
A royal time is promised all who
During the absence at Monterey
of F. W. Boss chief immigration
inspector at Brownsville Robt. J.
Leary is named as acting immi-
grant inspector in charge.
Following marriage licenses have
been issued by the county clerk
this week: Cruz Escobar jr. and
Genoveva Longoria; Jose Salinas
and Juana Garcia; Florencio Gal-
indo and Josefa Escamia.
The American Rio Grande Land
& Irrigation company is clearing
5000 acres of land at Lonsboro Hi-
dalgo county Texas and can give
steady employment to 500 men.
Apply to S. P. Silver. 2-2-1 m.
The Manteo left the Point Isabel
wharf at 2 o'clock Monday after-
noon and stuck in the channel
but crossed the bar about 3 o'clock
yesterday afternoon and went on
her way rejoicing. A telegram
from E. O. Flood to the Rio
Grande railroad people states the
vessel will sail from New Orleans
for Erazos Santiago on February
The Herald . was in error yes-
terday in stating that C. Lindsey
had resigned as postmaster at
Olmito and would also relinquish
the express business at that point.
He has miely deputized W. O.
King to look after the business of
the postoffice and Mr. Lindsey
will give his personal attention to
the express and other business.
Tun Herald was misinformed and
takes pleasure in correcting error.
Go to Clay's Bakery corner 6th
and Levee streets for your bread
pies cakes and rolls also Fleisch-
man & Co's celebrated compressed
yeast. I am here to serve my cus-
tomers and in regard to my goods
and business methods I always en-
deavor to sell nothing but goods of
finest quality and to offer the trade
oniv the best the market affords.
Poor goods are dear at any price.
Call on me and give me an order
and you will be my customer. I
want your trade.
Mr. John H. Puckett returned
from Tampico Mexico last Tues-
day where he was called last week
on account of the death of his
father. Col. Thos. H. Puckett
which occurred at Arbol Grande
near Tampico on the 1st. inst.
Mr. Puckett reports that he was
treated with the greatest consider-
ation by the people and officials of
Mexico and that every assistance
was rendered him . in looking up
the business affairs of his deceased
father who left quite a large
estate nearly all of which is lo-
cated in the Republic of Mexico.
But owing to technicalities of the
law it will require some time to
wind up all the business. Mr.
Puckett left matters in the hands
of the U. S. consul at Tampico.
New Orleans Feb. 21. Tonight
fair .warmer; Thursday fair; light
easterly to southerly winds.
E. R. Handley of Kingsville
arrived in the city yesterday after:
J. B. Price of Kansas City -was
an arrival in the city yesterday afternoon.
The children's carnival hop will
take place Friday night at the
Judge James B: Wells left this
morning for Hidalgo via the Mex
Mr. Josiah Turner is spending a
few days in the the city from his
W. S. Dougherty the genial
treasurer of Hidalgo county is a
visitor to the city.
Byron Webster of Marshalltown
Iowa was among yesterday's ar-
rivals in the city.
Mrs. Gordon Gretnfield Miss
Baueom and Mrs- L. Baucom of
Little Rok Ark. have apart-
ments at the Miller.
Major Mose Harris of the revenue
service spent yesterday at Point
Isabel and says it is is a fine place
to spend a few hours.
Wm. Tobias immigrant inspec-
tor recently transferred from Key
West Florida left this morning!
for Hidalgo where he will be sta
Sergt. Tom Ross of the ranger
service with headquarters at Aus
tin .who has been here several
days was an outgoing passenger
C. H. Frazier S. J. Rowe B.
G. Stegman and Leo Wise return-
ed last night from a few days'
stay at Monterey and report a very
Mr. and Mrs. John Closner re
turned to Hidalgo this morning
after a brief visit to relatives and
friends in Brownsville. They went
bv wav of the Mexican National.
Campbell Hardy left this morn
ing over the Mexican National for
Hidalgo and other up river points
in the interest of The Herald's
Immigration and Souvenir Edition
soon to be published.
Mrs. Kathleen Garrison and Mrs.
Alma Cruse of St. Louis who
superintended the Columbia Fete
entertainmentjhere a few days ago
returned last evening from a trip
to Mexico and left for the north
H. W. Adams traffice manager
of the Gulf Coast Line accom-
panied by S. M. Fulton traveling
agent of the Santa Fe Refrigerator
Despatch company with head-
quarters at Cleburne arrived in
the city yesterday afternoon and
are looking after business in this
Messrs. Harrison and Sumners.
of Wilbarger county who have
been in Hidalgo county prospect-
ing for a large tract of land the past
few days met the train at Har-
lingen yesterday and left for their
hemes. They owned a large ranch
in Wilbarger county which they
cut up into small tracts and dis-
posed of and were looking for in-
vestments in this section. The gen-
tlemen were well pleased with
prospects and will probably return
Mr. Frank Newman who lias
been spending some time here with
his daughter Mrs. E. K. Good-
rich and son B. D. Newman left
this morning for Blc.omington
Wis- being called home by urgent
business. He calculates to return
here in a week or so. Mrs. New-
man remains with her son and
daughter for the present. Mr.
Newman is very much pleased
with this section and admits that
it would not take a great amount
of persuasion to induce him to
locate here permanently. He is
beginning to tire of the cold winters
in his northern home and having
once enjoyed the balmy southern
clime feels very loth to give it up.
Mr. Newman says no cne can ap-
preciate this climate so well as
those who have lived in the north.
B. H. Frazierand Dr. Le Grand
of Raymondville arrived in the
city yesterday afternoon. Dr. Le
Grand has just arrived from Here-
f jrd and will make his home -at:
Raymondville. He purchased a
tract of land some time ago and
says he will devote same to
citrus fruit growing being satisfied
that the section is well adapted to
ihisindustry. Dr. Le5rand'-spres-.
ent visit is for the purpose of mak
ing arrangements for securing ma
terial for improving- his purchase
Mr. Frazier and others will engage
in fig and citrus fruit culture hav-
ing already put out some 2500 figs
and a good number of orange and
other fruit trees. They have se-
cured inside information as to the
adaptability of their section and
have no fear of results. May their
fondest topes be realized.
Following' is the business trans
acted in district court this week:
State vs. Valentin Trevino theft
of cow; dismissed.
State vs. Pedro Rodriguez theft
of colt; jury verdict of acquittal.
State vs. Teodoro Serrata bur-
glary in day time: two cases; sen-
tenced to two years in sfte re-
formatory in each case.
State vs. John Newt Bryan as
sault to murder; on trial.
Jury for this week was excused
until Friday morning at 10 o'clock
on account ot tomorrow being
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Favstino Rexdon Druggist.
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Have for sale some choice
pieces of agricultural land
in large and small tracts.
Also have a number of
tracts of grazing lands.
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Several desirable tracts of land
with water front near Browns-
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Wheeler, Jesse O. Brownsville Daily Herald (Brownsville, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 199, Ed. 1, Wednesday, February 21, 1906, newspaper, February 21, 1906; Brownsville, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth147097/m1/4/: accessed October 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .