THE DAILY HERALD
SATURDAY, MAY 13, 1905.
PUBLISHER'S NOTICE. .
Hereafter allJ; notices other than an
nouncements of church meetings and
religious services will be charged for at
half rates. This rule will be strictly ad
hered to for the future.
Ice cream and cold drinks at
Tillman's. Give us a trial. 5-10-17
Attention is directed to change
in ad of E. H. Caldwell, of Corpus
Christi, in today's Herald.
Tiilman positively serves noth
ing but the very best of ice cream
and cold drinks. 5-10-17
Another car of onions was ship
ped from Nopalito today by The
Buena Vista truck farm.
Brownsville souvenir spoons ga
lone at Rutledge Jewelry Co.
Room and board in private fam
ily for two gentlemen. Good table,
nice room, close in? Address Her
"The Episcopal church is prepar
ing for a minstrel performance in
a few weeks, the first rehearsal for
which was had last evening.
For sale A dozen hoihe made
cots Apply to A. H. Weller. Depot
Cash paid for old gold, old silver
and diamonds at Rutledge Jewelry
Co. f 5-4-18
Did you know 3'ou were liable
to a fine -for allowing your stock
to run loose within the city limits.
You had better look a little out.
Cream cheese, 25 cents Mex, at
Victor Egly's. 5-11-17
Nicely furnished roomS to rent,
centrally located. Enquire at HER--ALD
Hat pins worth 25c each, two
for 25 c. Rutledge Jewelry Co
The Herald is requested to an
nounce that Presiding Elder J. F.
Webb, of the M. E. Church, South,
will arrive tonight and will preach
The finest line of Diamonds,
watches and jewelry in the south
west at Rutledge Jewelry Co.
Tillman is now using nothing
but genuine concentrated fruit syr
up. It's fine, try it.
This is fay day with the sol-!
dier boys, and they are correspond
ingly happy. If there is a day
above all others to bring joy, it is
The best nickel alarm clock
made is the Rutledge Special, only
$1.25 at the Rutledge Jewelry Co.
From the amornt of dust that
has been blowing the past few days
one would think the supply would
become exhausted some time, fjiit
there seems to 'be no diminution.
If we have not what you want
give us an idea and will make it
forrou. Rutledge Jewelry Co.
News items are scarce and elusive
today. Visitors are few the past
day or two, and happenings of in
terest are hard to obtain. If you
know anything tell The Herald.
Cucumbers, squash and other
vegetables for sale cheap at the
Ladies Exchange, South Side con
fectionery, Saturday eve.
Attention is directed to the pub
lication of the ordinance prohibit
ing the running loose of live stock
within certain limits of the city.
It has been announced that or
dinance will be strictly enforced.
The Herald hopes it will.
Shirt waist sets worth $12.50 for
$9.00 $3.50 for $2.75; $3.00 for
'$2.50; 1.50 for $1.00; $1.00 for 75c;
75c for 50c, while they
Rutledge Jewelry Co.
What might have been a very
serious mishap befell Charles Bla
lackA'esterday. He got too near
the hind feet of a horse and re
ceived a severe kick on the head.
Fortunately he was not seriously
-hurt, andwas.ablfto-be in town
While the onion yield in this
section has been somewhat below
what was anticipated in many cases,
others instances have exceeded ex
pectations. One notable case is
that of C. H. Nobles, ,who has
about six or eight acres in onions.
From a small rilot of . land about
twelve feet square, nineteen crates
of onion were gathered, averaging,
sixty-two pounds per crate, and
the balance of the crop is said to
be just as good. While all onion,
growers have not been so fortunate,
many farms have given splendid
Mexican novelties of all Kinds at
Rutledge Jewelry Co. ' 5-4-18
A Herald man was today shown
a sample of "Irish potatoes grown
by Dr- Bell near town, which com
pare favorably with those shipped
from Colorado or elsewhere.. It is
of" the Peerless variety and is well
shaped and smooth. Dr- Bell only
planted about three-fourths of an
acre, and says they are 3'ielding
splendidly. The man who said
Irish potatoes do not do well here
ought to come back and :see not
only the sample shown by Dr.
Bell, but also note the success of
many other growers in this section.
For Rent Furnished room. Ap
ply at Herald office. 5-6-6-5.
Fourteen men and six women,
convicted at the term of federal
coj-irt just closed, were unwilling
passengers out this morning in
charge of United States Marshall
W. M. Hansoir. The women will
be taken to Corpus Christi to serve
their respective sentences in the
Nueces county jail, while the men
will be carried to Galveston for the
same purpose. The cases were all
for smuggling, the penalties rang
ing from thirty to sixty days con
finement. We are closing out all novelties
in ladies shirt waist sets and hat
pins. Rutledge Jewelry Co.
A family can obtain 2 rooms and
board, rooms facing the bay.
Fine fishing and boating. Private i
bath house. Addfess Box 433, 1
An important item in connection
with the entertainment at the opera
house Thursday evening which was
not mentioned in yesterday's Her
ald was the serving of the supper
by Cecilio Arteaga, who managed
everything excellently. The sand-
5-10-17 Jw?? nd coffee were made by
lim also, and the praise bestowed
upon these edibles must have been
gratifying tor him. Cecilio knows
how to make good coffee and sand
wiches. A trial will convince you that
Tillman's ice cream and cold drinks
are first-class. 5-10-17
Ladies shirt waist sets in silver,
14 K gold, gold filled and plated
at cost while they last. Come early.
Rutledge Jewelry Co. 5-4-18.
In yesterday's write up of the
ball and reception tendered Miss
Clara Driscoll it is quite likely
some names were left out of the
list ol attendants. This was not
intentional, but it was almost im
possible to be absolutely correct.
Some o those who attended only
remained a short time and left be
fore the iist of names was obtained.
Don't fail to visit Rutledge, the.
Jeweler while in Brownsville. . You
are sure to find just what you want
there. Rutledge Jewely Co. 5-4-18
T RfV. oats soool thread, the
best, 50 cents per dozen, Nos. 8 to
200j at McDonald's Department
It is positively surprising the
amount of flour that is consumed
- Ml 1 -1 ATM
4,m Urowusviiie daii'. .mere aic
innumerable bakeries, ail of whom
do a thriving business, to say no.th-
Sing of the flour consumed by pri
vate families- Some of the bakeries
make into bread from a thousand
to fifteen hundred pounds of flour
For sale At Point Isabel, house
furnished, four rooms, hall, dining
room and kitchen. -New galvaniz
ed cistern, out houses, boat, bath
house and wharf. House enclosed,
two lots, good fence. Situated on
bluff. For particulars apply to
"FTpw-Mvn office . 4-17-5-13
D. G. Wood, of Olmito, was in
the city yesterda3r.
B. G. Stegman is down at the
Point today on business.
James. B. McAllen, was an out
going passenger for his ranch this
Wm. Lewis and M. Guerra, jr:,
were in the city 3'esterdaj' from
Rio Grande City.
W. H. Crosby, superintendent
of dredging at Point Isabel, came
up. yesterday afternoon. : ,
John H. Box, who has been at
tending federal court here this
week, returned to his home at the
Point yesterday . c
Rev. Mills secured $1500 from
the Board at Nashville for build
ing at Kingsville and Brownsville.
Corpus Christi Sun.
H. W. Owens, of Carrizo Springs
and'J. W. Vickers, of San Antonio,
came down from Hidalgo this
morning.- The are selling Pear
line. Capt. John Haugland, of the
Life Saving station came up yes
terday and was initiated . into the
mysteries of Redmahship last
Miss Faiiy Faires, of Flatonia,
arrived in the city last evening to
spe:id"a few days visiting her uncle
and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Ira G.
A. I. Campbell stenographer,
came down 'from Hidalgo this
morning and will remain about
ten da3's, doing abstract work at
the court house.
Federal Judge Waller T. Burns
and Clerk Dart, were among the
passengers going out this morning.
United States District Attorney
McLemore and his clerk will re
main over un;il Mondav.
Miss Clara Driscoll and party
left yesterda3r loud in praise of their
reception and entertainment by the
citizens of this city. This was Miss
Driscoll's first visit to Brownsville.
and she expressed herself as de
lighted with the city by the Rio
- Mr. and 'Mrs. P. E. Blalack left
this morning for San Antonio and
Boerne. Mrs. Blalack has not been
well for some time and will spend
a few weeks in the mountains for
the benefit of her health. The
Herald hopes she may soon be
Don't fail to get one of those
beautiful Brownsville Souvenir
spoons at the Rutledge Jewelry Co.
Nothing else like the Brownsville
Souvenir Spoons. 5-4-18
Heroic Matamoros did herself
great honor in the elaborate celebra
tion of the national holiday, and
the opening of the National lines
direct to Monterey. The town
wakes now to- a new life, as does
the city on this side of the river
with the coming of the rail
road. Kingsville Spokesman.
People who have been in the
habit of allowing their stock to
run loose in the city limits might
take notice that there is an ordi
nance against same, and The
Herald is informed that it will be
From W. H. Crosby, who has
charge of the dredging at the Point
The Herald learns that the
dredge has been working twenty
two davs without a stOD. and the
work is being pushed very satis
factorily. With no ill lupk Mr.
Crosby thinks trie work will be
completed in about twenty five
The Baptist ladies will hold a
Ladies' Exchange at the boutn
Side Confectionery Saturd'ay May
ho, from 2 to 9. The menu will
consist of ,beaten biscuit, assorted
cakes and pies, salad, (chicken
salmon and potato) boiled ham by
the pound, cookies, jellies, fruits,
ang.el food, etc. Also fresh vege
tables of all kinds. Ladies, come "or
order your Sunday dinner, phone
No. 30. The ladiesrwill also serve
lunches, 25c sandwiches, salad,
cake, iced tea.
Tourists invited to come to our
shop and see the Mexican silver
novelties being made. Rutledge
Jewelry Co. 5-4-18
a ipxa5& "was -s? .s
THE HOME OF THE SWELL DRESSER
are important essentials in our clothing.
You may pay niote to 'others, but you can't
excel this combination vrhich our .garments
embody -to the fullest extent. We sell
clothes "made right at the right price."
They bear the 'S. M. &.S." label. That
tells the storyiCoine c Consider! Criti
cise! Compare,!, .,Yqu'11 prqfit thereb
Our line of light summer underwear is
complete, prices ranging from 25c to $1.25
a garment. Also a swell line of neckwear
and hoisery. We handle the celebrated
WILSON BROTHERS AND
GOLD AND SILVER..."
brand of shirts. We have the stock to
please most everyone and at the right price.
We have just received a
full line of chil-
LINEN WASH BLOUSES
Prices ranging from 75c to $1.50. Also a
lot of children's linen pants, all sizes, 25c
to 50c. Children's wool crash suits, unlin
ed, prices from 52.50 to $4.00.
9 1 t t y
JA.V.ES B. WELLS. President FRANK W. KIBBE, Secretary A. D CHILDRESS. Treasam
jH - , at
CAPITAL STOCK - - $10,000.00
Abstracts of band Titles of c
Cameron County, Texas : : j
OUR BOOKS AR.E AL
WAYS KEPT UP TO DATE
D. B. CMAPIN, Vice-Pres. and Mgr.
(Board or Trade Building)
SACK & SACHS, Proprietors
-We have now a full line of-
SILK SHIRT-WAIST 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.
New Goods Received Daily
Have on hand a stock of
Kerosene Oil and Rubri
cating Oils; Engine and
Stove Gasoline. Call or
write for prices. : :
FRANK CHAMPION, Agent
T. J. CAHILL
Pkmfeer & Tinner
i3rGalvanized iron cisterns
BROWNSVILLF. - - TEXAS
PHONE NO. 36
Don't forget that the " Old. Reliable," which
has furnished Brownsville with ice for the
past twenty-five years, is stilHioing business
at the old stand. Our process of distillation,
reboiling and filtration insures an ABSO
LUTELY PURE ice without taste or Smell
and we, challenge comparison as to quality.
I00-ib Blocks, 30c, currency, 50-lb Blocks, 20c, cur
rency, Less quantities I2c per lb.
JAMES B. STERNS
IRRIGATION ENGINEERS SURVEYOR
Reports made as to value, quality and
desirability of lands in Cameron, Hidalgo
and Starr counties. Lands surveyed and
sub-divided. Hidalgo, Texas.
Mr. Nye says this is a fine
country for raising onions and
he ought to know. Our prices
and terms most reasonable.
The Brownsville Land & Town Co.
... CARPENTER ...
Will work by the day, week month or by
Orders may be left at John W. Hoyt'
Get promissory notes, this office.
Promissory notes at The Her
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