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THE DAILY HERALD
MONDAY, JUNE 25, 1905.
PUBLISHER'S NOTICE.
Hereafter all notices other than an
nouncements of church meetings, lodee
notices and religious services will be
pnarged for at half rates. This rule will
; be strictly adhered to for the future.
i liOCAL ITEMS.
Watermelons on Ice.
5-21-27 People's Ice Co.
I . Thirty crates of cabbage com
prised the vegetable shipment by
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cxuresb'touav.
V Act.' irniir frrnnor -Tor- TTInr-oCTrillo
6-21.-27
A shower amounting to about .80
of an inch, fell thisjj morning, and
was very acceptably received.
. Dainty lawn and laces also But
terick patterns at J. E. Moore's.
6-23-30
The dental partnership between
Drs. Thorn & Roberts has been
Go to J. E. Moore's for the best
shirts, hats and shoes. 6-23-30
Did 3'ou ever stop to think of the
great number of dogs in Browns
ville? If not, take a few minutes
and by actual count, note the
number on any one block. This
is a great field for the dog catcher,
and the town needs one the worst
kind.
Rock bottom prices on dress
goods and trimmings at J. E
Moore's. 6-23-30
Reports from Roma state the
river is falling there, while news
comes from Hidelgo and Santa Ma
ria that it is on a standstill at those
points. It is falling at this place
this afteanoon. Reports also say
a very heavy rain fell at Santa Ma
ria last night.
For Rent My home place,
corner Jefferson and 15th: Apply
to Mrs. Katie E. Leahy. 6-7-tf
Packages of natural history
specimens, boxes of snakes arnia
dilloes and wild cats are frequently
sent to northern museums and
zoological gardens b' Zoologist
Frank B. Armstrong. A couple
of wild cats were shipped out by
express this morning.
All daily papers, -magazines, etc.,
on sale at Gulf Coast News Co.
Opposite Combe building. 6-21-27
vThe newl- elected officers of Rio
Grande Lodge No. 81, A. F. &:A.
M., were duly installed last Satur
day nighc. After the instillation
ceremonies were concluded, the
members present were regaled with
refreshments of icecream and cake,
provided by Dr. C. H. Thorn, the
newly elected senior warden. It is
-needless to say the occasion was
thoroughly enjoyed by those at
tending. J. & P. Coats spool thread, the
best, 50 cents per dozen, Nos. 8 to
200, at McDonald's Department
Store. 3-16-tf.
The Herald learns that Vice
President and General Manager
Jeff N. Miller left Kingsville Sat
urday for Mexico City via Laredo.
The visit to Mexico by Mr. Miller
is presumed to be in connection
,with the extension of his line into
the Mexican republic, and our peo-5ple-expect
to soon hear important
'news concerning the project.
r For Sale Good house ar.d lot at
Point Isabel. Lot 50x140; good
cistern and outhouses. Apply at
-Herald office.
The Herald learns there will
be 'no bull fight at Matamoros on
Tulv 4. t This has been decided upon
by reason of the fact that reduced
rates .have not been put on to this
-"place. It is to be regretted that no
sttraction chas been ottered to in
duce visitors to come to Browns
ville on this date. Oi course the
natural resources of the country
are a great inducement to visitors,
but The Herald is a firm believer
in strong and continued supple-
- mental work, and will always think
the 4th. should have been appro
priately observed.
Gulf Coast News Co., opposite
.Bprica del Aguila, has always on
hand ice cold watermelons, cante
loupes, tomatoes, etc., at reason
able prices. 6-21-27
The psrty of prospectors from
Rock Island, Texas, composed of
J." VTSheley and wife, J-W- Tink
ler and wife and John T. Line and
wife and son, J. T. Eaton and J.
T. Flournoy, who have been here
the past few dayr looking over the
country, left for home this morn
ing. The entire party is much
pleased with this section and some
of them expressed their intention
of coming back later and spending
a month, in order to have ample
time to thoroughly investigate the
resources which abound here.
In conversation before the train
left some of the gentlemen said
they were of the opinion this was
the coming section, and only need
ed development, which was as sure
to come as the night follows the
day. The Herald has used this
for a text at innumerable times,
and the subject is a fruitful one
which time is proving and will con
tinue to prove. The man who
comes here, uses energetic business
judgment, and brings to bear the
practical knowledge which is essen
tial to success in all undertakings,
will fine successful reward.
Among the passengers out this
morning a Herald man noticed
John Conner, who has been inter
ested in the People's Ice & Mfg.
company, on the way to his old
home at Hattiesburg. Miss. Mr.
Conner has disposed of his interest
in the ice factory to Messrs. Blalack
and Tucker, and will seek a new
location. Tbe Conner family have
been in Brownsville about one year
and have made many friends dur
ing their stay who will regret their
decision to locate elsewhere. The
family will remain here until John
Conner selects another location. In
conversation with Sid Conner to
day The Herald man learns -that
their faith in the ultimate success
of the Brownsville country had not
diminished, but conditions made it
necessary to change. The Herald
is sorry the family is to leave
Brownsville, but wishes them well
wherever they may locate.
It is. very gratifying to learn that
the rice crop in this section gives
promise of a most flattering yield
at present. Those who have been
disposed to look upon rice growing
in this region whith considerable
disfavor, are forced to admit that
conditions at present are all that
could be desired. Of course there
is no. method of successfully com
puting the outcome of the crop at
this stage,, but fifteen barrels per
acre woukUbea fair estimate." On
laud where last vear the rice, was
very spotted, this year contains a
Splendid crop.- Some of the most
advanced rice is beginning to head,
and our growers are much elated
over prospects. ,
Ask Your Doctor '
about "Fewer gallons; wears long
er." Woman's Missionary Society.
The Woman's Missionary Socie
ty of the Baptist church will hold
a praise meeting next Wednesday
afternoon, at which the following
program will be rendered:
Song "Praise Him."
Spiritual tonic Ps. 99 and 100.
Thanksgiving prayer for all accom
plished in the Society since its
organization Sentences by the
Society- . .
Leaflet "The Squire's Opinion"
Mrs. Petty.
Paper How to gain new members.
- Mrs. E. W. Dickey-
Business Discussion of plans for
advancement, etc.
Take home the answer, of Daniel
Webster to the question, What
is the most solemn thought with
which you were ever confront
ed?" My individual respousibi
lity to God."
Ask Your Grocer
about "Fewer gallons; wears longr
ef."
Removal Notice.
I have moved my shop to Levee
street, near 12th. Come and see
me for anything in the line of sheet
ironor tin work. .6:206
T. J.. Cahil...
Rev. W. H.. Petty preached at
Point Isabel Sunday night.
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"Lest We Forget."
BULL FIGHT.
If Not No! li
Of course that catches a crowd,
but Dad Kelly's attractions knocks
'em all. When they get to scrap
ping over that cheap sugar it will be
worse than all. But in our case no
one will be hurt 'and all benefited.
Sugar is a great luxury; everyone
needs it. Say, brother, do you
know sugar will draw flies and other
insects and part of the human fam
ily, and in the shape of candy will
draw the girls also. If you give a
cow a lump night and'inorning she
will always be on hand with her
milk. It is better than salt or corn .
No Reserve Seats at
Dad Kelly's scrimmage to see
slaughter in prices. Why pay
high price for sugar?
Remember you good people of
Matamoros, when you come over
and buy our cheap sugar and gro
ceries we will pay your fare across
the river both ways, and when our
Great Tampico Bridge is built you
will get a free trolley ride and no
scrapping over seats.
Beats a Bull Fight.
Here are our prices:
Best granulated 14 lbs SI gold
With $2 other goods 16 lbs SI
With $5 other goods 18 lbs SI ,,
KELLY & DEPPEN
Dad Kelly's Hacienda,
Opposite Herald Office.
PERSONALS.
Miss H. Case was a passenger to
the Point Sunday morning.
W. E. Lillie arrived in the city
Saturday from Houston.
E. I. Faulkner, of San Antonio,
is a late arrival in Brownsville.
Mrs. Jas. B. Wells and son, Joe,
left this morning for Corpus Christi.
E. Mullen, the popular station
agent at Fordyce, spent Sunday in
Brownsville.
J. H- Dishman, L. G. Brewer
and J. C. McBee were in the city
today from Har!ingen.
A. H. Harris and wife, of Cor
pus Christi, are in Brownsville,
arriving Saturday night.
Dr. Joe Comt)e, S. L. Dworman,
A. O- Blum and Louis Brulay are
spending a few days at the Point.
Dr. J. B. Roberts, of Woodville,
came down today from La Blanca,
and reports good rains in that sec
tion.
. Geo; W. Rendall will leave , in
the" morning for Rockford, Mich.,
where he expects, to 'spend the
summer. , ' .
J. R. Dougherty .and, J. C.
Beasley, two prominent attorneys
from Beeville, arrived in the city
Saturday on business.
Miss S. Putegnat, Pat Haley
and family, Mrs. Kened and Miss
H. Hune, were among the passen
gers to Point Isabel Saturday.
United States Consul P. Merrill
Griffith returned to his home -at
Matamoros yesterday, after a sev
eral days absence in San Antonio.
Adolfo Garza and family left this
morning for San Antonio and New
Orleans. From the latter point they
will take steamer for Mexico, and
expect to be absent during the next
two months.
Mrs. A. S. Putegnat, Win. A.
Neale, J. A Tilman and family, E.
del Valle, Jose Martinez, Jose Re
yes, Miss Clearwater, Miss G?
Clarke, Wm. Linton spent Sunday
at Point Isabel.
Mrs. D. W. Kilburn and Mrs.
Allen Parker, returned to F6rt
Brown today, after a lengthy stay
at Fort Ringgold, where Capt.
Kilburn and Lieut. Parker have.
been with their company at target
jaractice.
Notice.
Notice is hereby given that the
annual meeting of the Board of
Directors and the Stockholders of
ttie Rio Grande Railroad Company
will be held at the office of the
company in Brownsville, Texas,
on the 13th day of July 1905 at
10 o'clock a. m. for the transac
tion of such business as may come
before the meeting.
6-9-7-8 A'. Ceiaya,
W. A. NealK, President,
Secretary.
Brownsville, Tex., June 7, 1905.
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' A SCHOOL F FASHION
Our store is a veritable school of fashions. You
will find here, at all times, the latest in the cut
of a coat, the shape in the trousers, the right
kink to the vest. Our summer suits and trousers-are
now ready, and good dressers are com
ing here daily to learn what's what, and what's
' correct in clothes. We are depended upon as
style setters in this community. We sell you
anything you want in our line, but our reputa
tion you can't buy that for love or money.
Just give us a trial on 'your summer suit that"
will tell the whole story and $10.00, $12.503
$14.00, $16.00, $18.00, $20.00 and $22.50
will pay the bill. .J
A SPERO
The GenUeraen's Toggery
Combe Building Elizabeth Street
FAIR"
(Board of Trade Building)
SACK & SACHS, Proprietors
Everything up to date in ladies' fur
nishings. . &p
We also have a nice line of ladies'
shoes. New goods received daily.
ATTENTION!
Christian Encteaveror Going to
Baltimore Convention July 5-10
The transportation committee has
selected as the official route for the
Texas delegation the : : :
Frontier Lumber Co.
In addition to onr stock of lumber, we carry
Ready Mixed House Paints, Colors and Oils, Bicycle Enamel,
Carriage Paints, Floor and Roofing Paints, Linseed Oii and'
White Lead. Also good stock Brushes and Painters Supplies
J3-Three blocks South of PostofHce, between 9th and 10th streets.
to St. Louis, thence Pennsylvania
R. R. to Baltimore. The official
party will leave Fort Worth 10:30
a. m. July 3rd., arriving Baltimore
3:55 p. m. July 5th.
It is earnestly requested 'that all
those going notify the undersigned
at once, in order that sleeping car
accommodations and other arrange
ments may be made.
JOHN R. REEVES,
Manazcr Transportttlon,
Box 15, Fort Worth, Texas
TEXAS BERMUDA ONION SEED
Ghoivnin Tenerijfe, Canary Islands
SHIPPED IN ORIGiNAL PACKAGES TO PUR
CHASERS OF 50, 75, 100, 150, 200 lb LOTS
TENERJFFS SEED CO. Or McDAVITT BROS.
T. J. OUTERBRIDGE, Mgr. SELLING AGENTS,
193 Chambers St. N. Y. (Correspondence solicited) Brownsville, Tex
Oils, Gasoline!
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
T. J. CAHILL
Plumber & Tinner
icSG-alvanized iron cisterns
a specialty.
Fordyce & Rio Grande City Transfer Co
Stage leaves Fordyce on arrival of train, except Sunday, and ar
rives at Rio Grande City same night taking just four hours..
Leaves Rio Grande City daily at 2 p. m., except Sunday, and arrives at
Fordyce same day at 6 p. m.
Makes the trip in four hours and connects at Fordyce. with trains for
Brownsville, Corpus Christi, San Antonio, Texas; Monterey andlfother
cities in - Mexico.
FARE ONE WAY $2.50; ROUND TRIP $4.00
Passengers will find along the route first-class hacks and teams, thus
t-aveling with ease and convenience. Drivers are the b.est to he found.
Extia hacks will be furnished either way, if desired, at reasonable rates.
GUERRA & SHELY, Proprietors
This Space
BELONGS TO
Attorney W. N. Parks
WATCH FCR HIS '
AD.
Notice.
I am prepared to teach telegraphy
from 7 to 8 o clock eacn evenings
to those wishing to learn same, j
For terms apply to E. S. Barrios, t
at Hoyt place on Adams street. x
5-22-tf
FERNANDEZ & McQARY
f aSS, INSURANCE
: REPRESENTING:
Home Insurance Co. of New York
Virginia Fire and Marine Insurance Go.
Phenix Insurance Co. or Brooklyn
Springfield Fire and Marine Ins. Co,
American Surety Co. of New York.
New York Underwriters, Citizens' Ins. Co, of St. Louis.
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