Brownsville Daily Herald (Brownsville, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 215, Ed. 1, Monday, March 12, 1906 Page: 2 of 4
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The Brownsville Herald.
Jesse O. Wheeler. Proprietor.
0?FICIAL COUNTY AND CITY JOURNAL
Consolidated in 1893 with the Daily- Cos-
mopolitan which was published in
Brownsville for sixteen years.
Entered at the Postoffice. Brownsville.
a second-class matter.
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cept Sunday daily by mail postpaid to
any point in the United States Mexico
or Canada or delivered by carrier to any
jwrt of Brownsville Texas or Matamoros
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States Slexico or Canada.
One copy one jear fl.50
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Advertising rates on application.
MONDAY. MARCH 12. 1906.
Rio Grande Railroad.
Leave Brownsville daily 9 a. m.
Arrive Point Isabel 10:15
Leave . . . ?p-m'
Arrive Brownsville 4:15.
We are authorized to announce
John N. Garner
as a candidate for re-election to Congress
from thePifteenth Congressional District
subject to the action of the Democratic
W Mr. V. E. Roberts represent- M
k pany of San Antonio Texas sjg
will have on display at Miller g
fi Hotel Wednesday and Thurs- Mi
II day March 14th and 15th a ll
n(mrelf lino lO Af Qripinrf m
?and Summer stvles in foot-HI
re " m
gj You are cordially invited to gj
j call and inspect this line ofj
H footwear whether you wish to j
make a purchase or not. La- gj
dies especially invited.
A CENTURY OLD WARRIOR.
Spent Most of His Days Far From Civil-
ization and the White Man.
If vou are a knocker read the
article on another pace and see
yourself as others see you. If this
does not convert you then you are
indeed "sot" in you ways.
In a scrap between United State
soldiers and Moros in the Philip
pines near Jolo about 600 Moros
and eighteen Americans were
killed. Several of Uncle Sara's
boys were more or less seriously
Is it worth while to tret and
worry because certain things have
been denied you when you could
scarcely enumerate your blessings
if you tried? Better spend the time
in endeavoring to cultivate a grate
ful happy spirit and the sunshine
that wells up in your heart will
overflow and come back to you iu
a thousand ways.
Is it worth while to make your
self miserable if others speak ill of
vou and attribute vour actions to
wrong intentions? Their judgment
after all is feeble and may vary
with the wind. Learn to live in a
beautiful calm . atmospherejof re-
ligion and high ideals and the ill-
natured words cf others will scarce-
ly be heeded by you.
Is it worth while to let the little
petty annoyances of every day
sour your disposition and make
you a burden to others? If you
have learned tp smile when the
meat is tough or the cook leaves
unexpectedly you are pretty sure
to have a happy home. A man
may overlook a bad dinner oc-
casionally but he grows weary of
a frowning face- J
Is it worth while to be discour-
aged because you have failed in
some undertaking? Success conies j
only to the brave heart and after
repeated effort. If we work for an
object and long for it with all ouH
hearts it will most probably come
to us though seldom at the time
or in the manner we expected; and
should it never come "this frail j
life is not our final rest." ff
Is it worth while to say unkind ijj)
things of others when by doing so f
we injure ourselves mere than we f
do them? Better a word of pity
for a fallen brother since we know Vf
not but that we may share his fate. f
Iu a word is it worth while to
stop end gather thorns and thistles ijff
We have never thought a young
girl should marry unless she either
has enough money to keep a young
man up in good style or is able to
earn a good salary. A young lady
clerk who earns $50 per month
could mairage to get along provid
ed the young man doesn't play
billiards smoke cigars or drink
booze. It he does $50 won't last
him a week. It takes money to
keep up a young husband who goes
the gaits and the girls will find
it out when they tackle the job.
Let the women do the work it
makes mamma's boy tired to think
A certain headmaster of an ele
mentary scnool was examining a
class in a lesson previously given
on the "Three Kingdoms of Na
ture' mineral animal and vege
Headmaster To what kingdom
does the stone belong?
Child Mineral sir.
H. (pointing to a certain bov in
the class) To what kingdom.
C. Animal sir.
H. I'm much taller than that
boy. To what kingdom do I be-
long? C. (after some silence) You are
a vegetable sir.
Faith in the Doctor.
A young laborer went to the
register's office to record his fath
er's death. The register asked the
date of the death says the Boston
'Well father ain't dead yet"
was the reply but he will be dead
before morning and it'll save me
another trip down here if you'll
put it down."
Oh that won't do at all" said
the register; your father may be
well before morning."
Ah no he won't" said the
oung laborer. "Our doctor says
te won't and he knows what he's
Then He'd Smoke All Over.
Wlien we'see a little 7-year-old
pike-headed freckle-faced kid
trolling along the street with a
cigar or cigarette in his mouth we
always have an anxiety to gather
him tenderly inour arms double
him like a pocket knife across a
nail keg and heat him so hot he
will smoke all over for a week. A
better and more just act would be
to giveJiis dear papa the spanking
and let the silly child smoke on.
Maxims for Men and Women.
When a woman says she wouldn't
marry the best man alive she
speaks the truth; she couldn't get
To-morrow" is the reef that
has cost the life of many a business
If every woman's face was her
fortune there would be a. run on
the veil market.
Does Your Wife
Know About It?
Then comelo me and I
will help you "hush it
up." More than one man's
wife is entitled to "make
a holler" about the hus-
band's extravagance in
dress but in ROYAL
TAILORING I offer the
remedy. I am ready for
jury trial and want you
for one of the jurors. In
the line of direct evidence
I shall offer something
like 400 styles of spring
and summer goods for
men's wear. The desire
for well made clothes is
commendable but extrava-
gance is not. I will dress
you stvlishlv and save you
monev. T. R. Tumlrason.
Clinton Ok. In the death
Aiaa woir tne once notea war
chief on his allotment near this
city a few days ago there passed
to the happy hunting ground an
?Jyj unique character of the Cheyenne
tribe of Indians.
Making his advent upon the
stage of life almost if not quite a
century- ago his early days were
spent far away from the white
man and civilization. Roving over
the almost boundless plains hunt
ing the buffalo and antelope he
grew up a typical Indian brave
his highest ambition being to be
come a noted warrior. With his
people he fought at Adobe Walls
where his onlv son was killed. He
claimed to have been in Custer'
The old man enjoyed nothing
more than to sit downx and by the
aid of an Interpreter talk to his
white friends of his many adven
tures. He would tell of the raids
made by his people into Texas and
Mexico. In one incident he related
that a number of Cheyennes went
on an expedition to Mexico.
Iu addition to stealing horses
they at this time took captive sev
eral Mexican girls. When they had
gone for two days and nights with-
out sleep thinking they were now
cut of danger they placed Mad
Wolf -on guard at the top of the
hill while the remainder of the
party went into camp in the valley
below to get a much needed rest
true to the trust conndea in
him Mad Wolf watched the long
night almost through but just as
the dawn began to break sleep
overcame him when suddenly he
awoke to find the white soldiers al
most upon him. There was no time
to give warning to those below in
the vallev: 'twas all he could do to
Ere the sun was an hour high
all his comrades lay dead on the
ground. After days of travel and
suffering frequently from hunger
and thirst Mad Wolf reached his
camp alone in disgrace no troph-
ies no companions.
Poor old man he was ever true
to the traditions of his fathers.
While he clung to the ways and
superstitions of his race he never
forgot a kindness and was ever
true to those whom he considered
In one thing he was far above
the average Indian and that was
his devotion and loyalty to his
wife- When she grew old and blind
he did not throw her aside as is
the Indian custom but tenderly
cared for her and there was noth-
ing more touching than to see him
carefully leading her by the hand
or taking the dinner given him in
camp to be divided with the poor
When she died he had her buried
by the white minister and could
not hnnselt rest until an enclosure
had been placed around her grave
in order that she might not be dis-
turbed by cattle tramping over her
The Kind Ton Have Always Bought and vrhich has beca.
in uc 1or over :JO years has borne siimntnrn nf
ami 1ms boon mn.il o ntnlnr Tits twk.
i-Q1:l1 suPervisio1 since Its infancy.
All Counterfeits Imitations and' Just-as-good" are but
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
Infants and ChildrerPExperience against Experiment.
What is CASTOR1A
Oasroria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare
goric Drops and Soothing: Syrups. It is Pleasant. 16
coutnms neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic
substance. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and allays Fcverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething: Troubles cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food regulates the
Stoiuiich and Bowels giving: healthy and natural sleep
The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTOR!A ALWAYS
Bears the Signature of
The KM You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
THC CCNT.UR COMPANY. TT MURRAY STRICT KCWMfllt CITY.
Brokerage and Commission
Carry Stock of Corn Oats Potatoes
Onions Cement and Lime.
Botica del Leon
when fragrant flowers are beckon-Kf
UNION IRON WORKS
Oil Well Supplies Duplex Steam Pumps Strainers
Drilling Bits Engines Boilers Rotaries Bushings
Bailers and Everything in the Oil and Water Well Line
WE ALSO CARRY IN STOCK
ing to us from tree and hedge; but
we must reach up to gather them
they will not come down to
Notice is hereby given to all per
sons holding and owning Cameron :
rnmitv Warrants of the First Class : '
Fund (Jury Fund) between regis- if
try numbers 264S and 9646 both J tyjf
inclusive to present the faineto.
me for payment. : v
Co-. Treas. Cameron Co. Tex
Brownsville March 5 1906.
Pipe Pipe Fittings Belting Packing Hose Shafting
Hangers Pulleys Bar Iron and Steel Etc.
WRITE US FOR. PRICES
WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY
Notice is hereby given that Pro-
posals for Grading the Military
Road from the city limits to a short
distance above the Pumping Sta-
tion at Villa Nueva will be receiv-
ed at my office in the King Build-
ing Brownsville Texas. The
county road grad?r wheeled scrap-
er and plow to be furnished by the
county of Cameron.
Proposals to be made by the
cubic yard and to be submitted on
or before 12 o'clock a. m. Tues-
day March 13th 1906. Profile of
said work can be seen at my office.
The right to reject any and all bids
is hereby reserved.
County Judge Cameron County
Main Office Cor. Fannin & Franklin Houston
Works Hill and Burnett Streets ) TExas
Branch Shops Humble Texas
W j March Sth 1906.
j If we could see our backs we
i would probably find them blushing
j at things said behind them to spare
tne feelings of our faces.
....You Want the Best
Your Physician aims to put all his knowledge cxpeii-
ence and skill into the prescription he writes. It is an order
for a combination of remedies which your case requires. He
cannot rely on the result unless the ingredients are properly
Be fair to your doctor and to yourself by bringing your
prescriptions here. They'll be compounded only by registered
pharmacists who are aided by the largest stock of drugs in this
part of the state. Everything of the finest quality that money can
buy or experience can select.
J. L. Putegnat & Bro.
Frontier Lumber Co.
I In addition to onr stock of lumber we carry j
j Ready Mixed House Paints Colors and Oils Bicycle Enamel
j Carriage Paints Floor and Roofing Paints Linseed Oil and 1
: White Lead. Also good stock Brushes and Painters Supplies
j Three blocks South of Postoffice between 9th and I Oth streets.
I. W. Harper Rye
"On Every Tongue."
Scientifically distilled; naturally aged; absolutely pure.
Best and safest for all uses.
Sold by T. CRIXELL & BRO.
Export manifest blanks and ven-
! dor's lien notes for sale here.
FialJ line of S. Grabfekler
& Go's Famous Whiskies
Kentucky Belle Dunn's Monogram Cane Spring Silver
Brook and Woodford Co. the Great Sellers
cmK.SRACT H.H. WELLER Prop.
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Wheeler, Jesse O. Brownsville Daily Herald (Brownsville, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 215, Ed. 1, Monday, March 12, 1906, newspaper, March 12, 1906; Brownsville, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth147113/m1/2/: accessed June 21, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .