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THE DAILY HERALD.
Jesse O. Wheeler, Proprietor, Connottdated ia 1893 with the Dallr Cos mopolitan which was published ' in BrowiwvSla, for Mxtaon yoar. PFIC1M. COUNTY AKO CITY JOURNAL 1. 1.. nt th( Pmlolhcr. IN our tile. TVk. ftirRSDAY. HTLY 2. iww. TIME TABLE Condensed Through Schedule Between ;.- HmsIm ami BmwiwvWe VT. L. 15. & M, It It STATIONS ,0 I'.t twnsvi'i' Ak 7:. s 1. ! oi.lvre Ak 9 i! ' I.' 1; tthiiK -A 6'1' '" . Wafr- ..Irr l ! I KiDU At I;'.' ! , - !!lm 4 MS j ("' K. -i-.lv . . Vv j 2 7 I. !. i. -ly . . . J S.' i I 7 45 R. HMtXM I 0 1 S , advertising town that gets the trade, the pushing town that holds it, and the wide awake town that never misses an opportunity of keeping itself before the public. Are we wide awake or are we not ? Lockhart Post. Advertising is as necessary to the advancement of a town as it i to the swcceiw of a business enter prise. Another thing aewapapers are disooaed to talk about towns that do Ihipgs, and hoW them up as models for other cottuaitntues. Therefore, the town that is always hustling is constantly kept before the public without the actual ad vertising thu received costing those most interested one cent. For this reason, if yoti want your town talked about by everybody, ;mt vour shoulder to the wheel and lu lp move along every enterprise that is proposed and which gives promise of benefiting your people as well as youraclf. Rockport Enterprise. The aWe is respectfully referred j to the people of Brownsville. We must get to doing things and get advertising The town that don't do things is dead ? Are we dead ? ,Mt I.' K !TMy.....-A 12. 37 7-45 Ak S:n Ant:n Lv 10:15 Through tt.r.u btwcw Browimtlle anl Corpus Christi .is follow: Lahvc Unnviivvillr. Arrive Corpus Christi L-v- ,. Arrive ftr nhvilli- S:40a. m. 5:45 p. m S:40r. tn. 7:25 p.m. RIO GRANDE RAILROAD. :fc Lnvc Brownsville daily Arrive Point Isaln-l daily .6:30 p. m. T-ave Point Isriln-1 daily 7 a. m. At m e Brownsville daily H:K a, m. Ave. CKLAVA, Pre .tiid Gen. Don't marl. Don't whine. 1itit knocking. Qvir bnclcbiting. Si'MAJC a good work for dear did Brownsville. Turn in and helps to build up a Greater Brownsville. BKQWN8VTU.it is a fine old town, despite the knockers. Has anybody found that Laredo Brownsville steamship line? Its whereabouts are anxiously desired. What if the onion crop was somewhat diiwappoiiiLiug? Don't blame the country for people's in experience or the commission sharks. Just turn in M try again or. plant something else. Why not alfalfa? Snake in 11b Bed. 1). XI Carter of this city was rMt:svl list iii flit from his sleet) !v .1 snake in his lied. He heard a noise ar.d thought it was a rat, bat after kicking it several times he avss unr.Me to make it move. Then he light el a lamp and found that it was a snake. He secured his pistol l and killed the reptile before any damage was done, but be was un able to &leep the remainder of, the night because of the scare. TerrcU Correspondence Houston Post Force of Habit Cost Doctor $20. St Louis. Mo. Dr. Herman L Billings, of No. 4,354 Finney avenue, paid $20 and costs today for going to bed in another man's home. The trouble, ss Dr. Billings ex plained it. was that for several years he lived at No- 3,944 Fairfax avenue, which he owns. Some time ago however, he moved to Finney avenue. , But Dr. Billings says that when certain conditions arise within him he becomes convinced that he is Still living on Fairfax avenue and he wants to go home and go to bed. Frank Winslow rents the Fair fax avenue house, and his wife was at home Monday afternoon when Dr. Billings was overcome bv his desire to enter his old home. Mrs. Winslow, seeing him try ing to open the door locked it and went for n policeman. Dr. . Billings broke the lock, went in, found the bed wnere u used to be, took off his coat and shoes and laid down, when the policeman came in and arrested him. COME TO US! WHEN YOU NEED A PRESCRIPTION FILLED Wc kmbt whether there is a letter equipped pre scription department in the country. Everything i the best abaolutelv. We inaiat on preci.sion in vrcights exactnefts in measure and the greatest care and accu racy in wm pounding. Every droK reliable, fresh and effective. We have the conlWeuce of yoar phy sician, kindly ask him. PHONE 40 LLMAN'S PHA MAIL ORDERS M0.WTIY ATTENDED TO 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.. eacept Somlay, and arrives at Fonlvce same day at 6 p. m. Makes the trip in four hours ami connects at Fordyce with trains for Brownsville. Corpus Christi, San Antonio, Texas; Monterey and other cities in Mexico. FARE ONE WAY $230; ROUND TRIP $4.00 Passcnccrs will find alon the route 6r -class hacks and teams, thus t-avelin; with case and convenience. Drivers arc the best to be found, lixtia hacks will be furnished either way, if desired, at reasonable rates. GUERRA & SHELY, Proprietors Witw the p tufting of the Zona Iribrc privilege come the railroad bridge at Fordyce, connecting the St. B. & M. with the Mexican National at San Miguel. We have quit guessing, and look upon the building of the bridge as a met. Fordyce Cor. Hidalgo Advance. Wonder where the Fordyce cor respondent obtained his im forma tion about the bridge at that point. !No one else seems to know any thing about it. Guess it's just wind, of which the correspondent seems to have a good supply. Now that the work of sanitation and general cleaning up has begun, it hiKhnovRs every citir.en to in even' way iossible assist the au thorities in the matter. On sani tation depends iu a huge measure the hcaltbfulae of the city during the summer months, and each one ha a aharr in the work. Don't tlnnk bccatiM: the city authorities have taken the matter in hand that von arc ulu ved from all responsi bility Von .itc responsible for the condition ol our premises and it will facilitate the work very much if you do voui oa duty. Thiia don't mean the oilier fellow, it means you. Eykky town ha many advan tage which it can offer tt the pub lic, but some towns do more to let the public know of those advan tages than others. And it is the i Getting an Appetite. Senator Clay of Georgia had oc casion to visit San Antonio, Tex., where there is a considerable Chi neac colony. In one of the poorer sections of the city he was witness to an in cident which has impressed him with the belief that Celestials have a fully developed sense of humor. A tramp wandered up to a weather- beaten shop and knocked gently. Immaculate in white sack blouse and clean apron, the Chinese cook opened the portal and gazed with disfavor upon the soiled specimen of humanity before him. -Wha's maHali?" "Sny, Chinck, give us a bite of food." "You hungly?" "Yes, I sure nm, Chinck." . "You ltkec fish?" "You hot anything." "You liktiiu boiled flkdbak ed?" 4Ye. ye, nay wy; no matter.' "All light, yon come back Fli- day." Sainrday Kveuiug Post. "Come. JSnvU, tell us why it i that your nose ifirso ced! " "Vdl. Lehmaim. I'll tell you It giows with honest pride because it was never poked into other people's business! " Heitere Welt. Tiger meat is popular with Chi ncse oi iuc fkitiiko. W. Harper Rye "On Every Toagn." Scientifically distilled; naturally axed; a&oliitely pare. fcsst and safest for oil uses. Sold by T. CRIXELL & BRO. COMPETENT PHARMACY - ESTABLISHED 1365 Botica del Leon ....You Want the Best Your Physician aims to put all his knowledge, experi 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 compounded. 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.J Widower (to his new house keeper) Anna, I've a strong sus picion that you smuggled one or two children into the family when you came. If I'm not very much much mistaken there were former ly only sixteen! Lustige Welt. For Sale. Stock of hogs, or will sell boars, sows 'and pigs in pairs or singly. Call at Lake View farm, or tele phone 1024 rings. 7-18-tf J. A. TILLMAN'S Closing Out Sale on Groceries Best granulated sugar 14 lbs. $1.00 gold n.Qt lirmvti sntrar 15 lbs for 1.00 irold 5 gal. Eupion oil, you furnish can 80c 1 gal. oil can full of oil 35c gold Jlest Pcabcrry coffee 7 lbs. 11.00 gold Good green cotlec S lbs i.w 1'ure nuuuu wiuv j Good rice 30 lbs $1.00 gold 3-lb. bag tabic salt 5c gold 10-lb. bng table salt 10c gold 3S-lb. bag tabic salt ... 40c gold . Kelley's New Life. Detroit. Mich.. May 10, 1905. Kelley's New Life: I htid Rheumatism for 30 years. Tried everything. No relief cnaie. Dr. Kelley's Now Life cured me Yors Truly, J. B. Rotlgors. Pittsburgh P., March 3, 1905. Kalley's Now Life: I had stfinMCh trouble nl lmue back for yours. Keiley's New Life cured me. 1. Bluobnker. Toledo, Ohio, April 7, 1905. Kelley's New Life: I had hay fever the lost 3 years; have taken Kelley's New Life; have felt no symptoms of the fever; lam Cured. Mrs. C. L. Hicks. If not at your Druggists write Kelley's New Life, Sandusky, Ohio. R. B. CPEAGER, . Attorney and Counsellor-at-Law OQce, over Ycurria Bank, Blfc' beth StreH. WHITE ELEPHANT SALOON V. L. CRIXELL. Proprietor. First-class Liquors, Wines, Cigars. Polite Attention. Market Square Brownsville. Texas I I. TiD WARDS ,. A ttoiiiey-at-Jjaw and Ltmd Ayont... Hidalgo, Texas Offers at a bargain lands in Hidalgo and Starr counties- Titles inves tigated and perfected and abstracts and family trees furnished upon short notice. Charges moderate. Correspondence Solicited. 4-17tf Rafael Gutierrez ... CARPENTER ... WfHwork by the day, week xtooth or by Contract. Ordtfrs may be kit at Joka W. Hovt Established, 1S79. Benj. Kowalski, General Merchandise ...BROKER... BROWNSVILLF. - TEXAS TO EVERY SUBSCRIBER Rice Journal AND Southern Farmer CROWLEY LUUISIAV The vcSi known authority on al! matters connected with Rice Rais ing. Rice Marketing Southern Agriculture. Live Stock, Poultry Raising and kindred pursuits.Jf Thk Brownsvillk Wkkkly Hkralp has made arrangements whereby it can offer a coupon calling for a year 'a subscription to this peerless Southern Agricultural paper FREE OF CHARGE to every subscriber to this paper who will pay tip all arrearages, and $1.50 the regular pride for a year in ad vance. Your subscription to your local paper is due in advance anyway. Now if you will pay us what is clue we will include, ABSO LUTELY WITHOUT EXTRA COST, the coupon good, for one yeas subscription to the RICE JOURNAL AND SOUTHERN FARMER. New subscribers paying one year in advance at the regular rates are entitled to same premium, jy Take advantage of this offer and try to induce your neighbors to do the same. Sample copies frr civrvr rlfiu; frnm date. IPW (Jfj JUCC. AiliO Vm-J. gwu iw "-"J iVT Address, x rJ r. BROWNSVILLE (TEXAS) WEEKLY HERALD. ji The DAILY HERALD m m MR Established July' 4, 1892, and con solidated with the Daily Cosmopol 'itanjuly 1, 1S93. During this in terval Thk Daily Herald has been under one continuous management and has ever been found battling for the upbuilding of the Brownsville country. Can we not send you a sample copy? A postal card will do the work. 50c month; $6:00 year. Daily Herald BROWNSVILLE, CAMERON COUNTY, TEXAS 1 Z ( iwltlaffl lv V jLLa-UI fl i 11111 LJ