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THE DAILY HERALD.
hold on a minit till I get my breath; and when I say neow you put it FFICIAL COUNTY AND CITY JOURNAL Jesse O. Wheeler, Proprietor. Em-Lied at the Postofficc. Brownsville. Texas, as second-class matter. Consolidated in 1893 with the Daily Cos monolitan which was published in Brownsville, for sixteen years. WEDNESDAY, aiAY 24, 1905. TIME TABLE Condensed Through Schedule Between Sao Antonio, Houston and Brownsville ST. L. B. & M. R. R. STATIONS -3c .2 i A.'M. j P.M. 8:40 I L-v. . Brownsville. . Ar 725: A. m P. M. 6:50 ! Lv. .Fordyce Ar 9:30 A. M. ; V. St. 10:00 j Lv. .Harlingeii . . .Ar 6:10 r. :t. F. M. 3:00 Ar. . Kingsville . . .Lv 1:30 p m. : ' - p. m. 3:00 j L . . Kingsville . . . Ar 1:10 ". M. ! A, M. 6 :20 ' Ar . Sinton L-V 10:00 : ' I r. M. , A. M. S.15 Lv. Sintoa 9:45 12:00 Ar.. Kenedy Lv 5:30 i . v. ) a. ar. 12:37 Lv. .Kenedy Ar 5:30 a. sr. i 7:45 . Ar . Houston Lv 10:15 A. SI. ! A. M. 5:30 Lv. .Kenedy Ar 12:37 A. M. P. f- 7:45 Ar. San Antonio .Lv 10:15 under my smeller." The hartshorn of course knocked the Yankee down, as liquor has done many a man. Do jou sup pose he got up and smelt again, as the drunkard does? 2ot he: but rolling up his sleeves and doubling up his fists, he said: "You made me smell that tarnal, everlastin' stuff, mister, and now I'll make you smell fire and brimstone. ' ' Vernon Davidson . Antlers, I. T. BROWNSVILLE AND MATAMOROS. Farmer Clark Tells of His Visit to Twin Cities on May 4. tke COME TO WHEN YOU NEED PRESCRIPTION We doubt whether there is a better equipped pre scription department in the county. Ever3thing is the best absolutely. We insist on precision in weights exactness in measure and the greatest care and accu racy in compounding. Every drug reliable, fresh and effective. We have the confidence of your phy sician, kindly ask him. :-: PHONE 40 MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO RIO GRANDE RAILROAD. Leave Brownsville daily 9 a. m. Arrive Point Isabel daily . .10:15 a. m Leave Point Isabel daily. . . .3 p. m. Arrive Brownsville daily 4:15 Aug. Celaya, Pres. and Gen. Man. Says Trolleys Lower Morals. Providence, R. I. "is the Church of the Future to Be a Wo man's Church?" was the subject of the paper read recently before the Methodist ministers meeting by the Rev. J. W. Annas of North Attleboro. He said: "We can not ignore the fact that the Church is fast losing its hold on boys and young men. First among the causes is wrong home training. Higher ideals are placed before the girls in the home than before the boys. It is considered as a matter of course that the boys must sow their wild oats, while the girls are expeeted tti lead ex emplary lives. The desecration ot bunday is another cause. Hie electric cars contribute to change the day from one of rest to one of noise and bustle and labor. The many forms of Sabbath recreation also divert the attention of the boys from the Church. "First in the morning along comes the abominable Sunday news paper with its rebash of the sport ing news of the week and of the world's horrors. Then the ball games and other amusements leave little time for church worship." The Yankee and Druggist. A long, lean, gaunt Yankee entered a drug store and asked; t "Be you the drugger?" f 'Well I s'pose so; I sell drugs." "Wall, have you got any of this here scentm' stuff as the gals put on their handke'eher?' ' ,"ph, yes." 'iWall, our Sal's gwiue to be married, andie gin me a nine pdnGe and told me to invest the hull 'mounj: fh scentm' stuff, so's to make hersweet, if I could find some touit; so, if you've a mind I'll jest smell ground. ' ' The Yankee smelled-round with out being suited until the "drug ger" got tired 6? him; and taking down ia bottle oWiartshorn, said: ''I've got :a -scentm stuff that will suit vou. ' A single drop on a handkercher willtay for weeks, and you can?t wash it out; but, to get the strength of it Jxou must take a good big smell." 'm "'Is that so. Mister? Wall, jest Corpus Christi Caller, May20. The Brownsville railroad on the above date gave us a cheap fare to visit Mexico; we then and there ac cepted; left Corpus 8:40 a. m. Now to the new people that read this: It is 156 miles from one to the other and not a drop of whiskey to be bought. Is there another 156 miles in Texas where the country is settled, that can say as much? At Kingsville ve spent- nearly three hours, saw the people . and the town; many of us have warm friends there; "16 miles from Cor pus we got beer, soda water, etc 20 miles this side of Brownsville we got the same; 120 miles, not drop to cure snakebite, etc. We got to Brownsville by dark, and ye scribe not being of a sleepy nature, crossed out cr tne united, btates into Mexico to see and be seen Early next morning we got a hack and visited the Blaylack farm, where 1300 acres are under irriga tion and all kinds of stuff raised We crossed the Rio Grande in a skiff to Matamoros; we are told that they crossed 20,000 people that day'. Here we visited the great and errand cathedral- We asked permission to ascend to the top, 60 or 100 feet high, where we could almost look back to Corpus and west to Monterey; down we came and here the priest bids us good b-e with a hearty hand shake. Next we went to the bull fight. We bought the $2.50 tickets and sat near 'the governor, who was one of the judges. There were two fine bauds, two companies of re gular soldiers and fifty police pres ent, besides 7,000 people to witness the sport- In all two bulls killed three horses, six horses crip pled, one man slightly hurt, and $6,000 spent to see that one hour's fun, if you call it fun. I can not tell half of it, as I have not the space, but we got home after being gone three days. Glad, yes, very glad we went. It is equal to one year's schooling, such as we have these days." We arrived at home in day time and beheld our Jersey cows and fine crops, and ours are raised j without irrigation. We noiv ap-j preciate our little home on the bay more and more. In less than five 3'ears the' will have an iron bridge across the Rio Grande between Brownsville and Matamoros, where for over 100 3'ears the3r have used a skiff. The Lord has saved this land of Canaan for us and our children. Let us go over and, occupy it. Fariosr Clark. !4 4 AMO DEODORANT POWDER. For Special Toilet Purposes. Destroys All Odor of Perspiration Dust ft on dress shield, etc stantlv deodorizes. : enu !gPThree blocks South of Postoffice, between 9th and !0th streets. -USE- Rosales Mexican CHILE SAUCE ! US! II W Hrr PiaT FILLED j S ipS V j "On Every Tongue." j Scientifically distilled; naturally aged; absolutely pure, i Best and safest for all uses. i j Sold by T. CRIXELL & 8R0. I 'S PHARMACY 1 ' T I UOMFKTENT PHARMACY i -1 1 ' ' ' ' 1 ' f. H RKTAWT.TSWTT.n IRfi'! 1 -LIN ! S Botica del Leon I K- I 1 J g ....You Want the Best I j Your Physician aims to put all his knowledge, expert- 1 t m ence and skill into the prescription he writes. It is an order 1 Whatever it touches it in- f for a rnmbinntion of rmpdips whirh vrmr r3;p reniiires;. He M (f cannot rely on. the result unless the ingredients are properly 1 i Healing ' and t-1 cmpunded- i o jg. j Be fair to your doctor and to yourself by bringing your j Pf 006lrtlSl 1 Prescript0115 nere They'll be compounded only by registered -B- Ul nVmr-mrn-icfc; wlir ar tA(A Yr tht lararif- cfrn.lr nf flrrtori in tViil 3 !, fj part of the state. Everything of the finest quality that saouey can j Si biiv or e-Nrnfriftir ran .splfcK S EL AGUILA. iHl b b . j . n I , TELEPHONE 26 B.jJ. Lo ryiIlCll OC Ul V. I K 1 .LJ. r- I ' I gcnrrgJLl. i.-mu .rMi-rwiyrw. t iiiimnujjmjiji.Mn-.- i ..... . i, ttvj. .u.- u . .111 . n n; iijmjM-wq. FOIlilCf3 LlllllOCr W00 I PRQMPTNESS clND LIBERALITY j I NATIONAL BANK I ' i 1 i 3 OF BROWNSVILLE notei iviatamoros combined u-ith absolute hannlessness makes it infinitely superior to am preparation hitherto sold. :-: WE ARE SOLE AGENTS A. 0, BLUM, Manager 1 oa 0 L i a eja -oja. arja. "5- In addition to our 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 E. DEL VALLE, Agent ScfTFor sale at all stores. 20,000 acres land in Hidalgo county. For sale m large or small tracts. Applv- to John Closner, 3-30-tf. Hidalgo, Texas. Get Rich Raising Onions & Tomatoes Prices and terms most reasonable to all who will im prove lands. The Brownsville Land & Town Co, Died. Mrs. 'Alice Doris Baruott, wife of Mr. Jake Barnett, aied at her home on the Heights in this city, at 6:30 o'clock 'esterday evening, after a protracted illness. Mrs. Barnett was born in Monte rey, Mexico 111 ii, ner nunes, Mr. Xeichhardt was a merchant in Matamoros and Montere3 and was well known to many people in La redo. She was a woman of fine character and was loved Jiv her friends, a devoted mother and adored b3r her famihr. She leaves a mother, husband and two little daughters to mourn her loss. Laredo Times, Mavl9. Old newspapers for sale at this office. 4.AXAAJ.AAAAAAJ.AA.Aj.JUL.J. FRANK W. KI88E.... AttorneyatLaw Brownsville, Texas fc Jesus Benavides & Co., Props. Only first-class hotel in the city. Table furnished at all times with best to be had. SPECIAL RATES TO FAMILIES STREET CAR PASSES THE D00R Jwo Blocks From Main Plaza Matamoros, Mexico outhern Hotel House desirably 'located. Everv home comfort. Bath rooms in connection. Elizabeth St. Brownsville, Texas GOING NORTH SOON If so, "you ought to look into the low round trip rates via. the Hotel del G0LF0 DE MEXICO Severo Lopez, Prop. Rates $1.75, Mexican, Per Day. Thoroughly renovated and under new management. Special rates to families. Table supplied with Mexican dishes of all kinds. Bar room in connection. : : Northwest Corner Market Plaza Matamoros, Mexico 5-ltf FRANK RABB i Brownsville, Texas Have for sale some choice pieces of agricultural land in large and small tracts. Also have a number of tracts of grazing lands. OFHCErStore or Juan H. Fernandez SYSTEM The following are all top-uotchers: . " Louisville, Ky., (Veterans reunion) One cent per mile rate. Tickets on sale June 9, 10, 11 and 12, irood to return July 10. TbROirro, Canada (On the Lakes) One fare plus 52.00. Tickets on sale June IS, 19, 21 and 22, good to return August 31. Ixdianap0U5 Ixd. One fare plus 52.00. Tickets on sale June 19 to 22, 5jood to return June 29. As bury, Park, N. J. (Sea Shore)One fare plus $3.35. Tickets on sale June 28, 29, 30 and July 1, good to return August 31. Baltimore, Md. One fare plus 52.00 Tickets on sale July 1, 2 and 3S good to return August 31. Buffalo, N. Y. One fare plus $2.00. Tickets on sale July 7, S and 9, good re turning August 4. Yoa travel on the FLNEST TRAIN'S RUNNING OUT OF TEXAS) HARVEY DINING SERVICE. THROUGH SLGEPERS AND CHAIR CARS. ELECTRIC FA?$. C. W. STRAIN, General Passenger Agent, Fort Worth, Texas West Brownsviile Only $10 down. Fine lots $50. Corners $75. Halt-price to builders. The Brovnsvillc Land & Town Co. Capital Stock, 4100.00,0.00 OFFICERS DIRECTORS E. H. GOODRICH, President JohnMcAlIen, Jose Celaya, L T. Pxt JOHN Mc ALLEN, Vice President Mieuel Fernandez, Jr. J. G. FERNANDEZ, Cashier E. H. Goadrich, O.CSaudcr.I.O.Fcraandci E. A: McGARY, Assistant-Cashier. The New Constantine Hotel Centrally Located. CORPUS CHRISTI, TEXAS Three story brick building Newly furnished and fitted with all modern conveniences Traveling men's trade solicited Free sample rooms are provided Nothing too good for our guests if to be found in the market Tourists and pleasure-seekers will find the New Constantine pleasant place to spend their leisure hours SrB " WE HAVE A FIRST-CLASS " " " li Rubber Tire Carriage Which can be had at reasonable rates by the hour, for use in attending balls, weddings, parties Etc. RING PHONE 123 and we'll do the rest O O O Brownsville Undertaking Company. II. EDWARDS ' ...Attorn ey-at-Law and Land Aaent... Hidalgo, Texas Offers at a bargain lands in Hidalgo and Starr counties- Titles inves tigated and perfected and abstracts iand familv trees furnished uoon short notice. Charges moderate. PHONE NO. 36 Don't forget that the "Old Reliable," which has furnished Brownsville with ice for the past twenty-five years, is still doing 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. FREE DELIVERY iG0Jb Blocks, 30c, currency, 50-Ib Blocks, 20c, cur rency, Less quantities l2c per lb. Correspondence Solicited. 4-17tf