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THE DAILY HERALD.
FEMALE CHAIN GANG. Jesse O. Wheeler, proprietor. Consolidated in 1893 with the Daily Cos- mnnniitan which was published in Brownsville, for sixteen years. OFFICIAL COUNTY AND CITY JOURNA Bnterri at the Postoffice. Brownsville. Texas, as second-class matter. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 19. 1905. NEW TIME CARD. St L, B. & M. r r Leave S3 STATIONS 2 North- bound B AM P- M' S:15 Brownsville 3:30 P. M. ti:20 Sam Fordyce 5:20 9:25' Harlingen 2:25 1:05 Kingsville 10:20 P M A,M 1:30 Kingsville 10:02 P M' A' M" 2:32 Robstown S:50 p.m. , Ao.cH- 2:40 Robstown o.oa P. M. 13:00' ...Corpus Christi... 3:35 3:00 Calvin 8:30 p.m. - ,.4 3:15 Angehta &-li 3l45 Sinton 7:45 p.m. . 4:00 Sinton - 7:3a P. M. p- M- 5:40 Refugio 6:00 i ' TT (3 K ? WE need -rvater. We need light. We should work for these With all our might from morn ing until night. i. iNb time like the present to agi tate for public utilities. Never put off till tomorrow what may at least be begun today. The anti-divorce agition balks and stammers a little when con fronted by a case like that of Louise Hass Yamaguchi of Cin cinnati, who asks a divorce be cause her husband has not taken a bath in the nine years of their married life. Galveston Tribune. Now, that Monk Gibson has been much indicted, what will be the outcome of the whole matter. Will a speedy trial and quick jus tice satisfy an outraged people, or will the law step in with its delays and defeat justice. If Monk Gib son is guilty he should receive the punishment which the horrors of the crime demand and that in the briefest space. Our esteemed contemporary The BROWNSVILLE Herald has return ed to first principles, and kicked out its gasoline engine, and the pesky thing now lies out in the back yard ' 'hors du combat, with one foot over the tongue." Bro. Wheeler has fallen back on the old reliable G. Washington press, and is printing his spicy little daily in exactly the same way that Ben Franklin printed his 140 years ago. It is a slow process, but it is sure, and for the latter motive we got a G. Washington press when we enlarged the Advance We will install a steam double cylinder press when the proper time comes. Gasolinejengines are too capricious. Hidalgo Advance. The gasoline entitle has been restored to temporary favor, and is now doing its work nicely. Just how long this will continue the man who invented the engine cou d not say. Sofa Pillow Hint Sofa pillows are always splendid Christmas gifts, and the burlap coders that have come out this year are inexpensive and effective without a great deal of a friend's work to them. Girls would' never wear low shops if it weren't for the ribbons or buckles. Women Prisoners are Put to Work Streets in Tampico, Mexico, on Tampico, Mex., Oct. 16. The city has adopted some new meas ures in the treatment of remale prisoners which promises to have excellent results. The women have been put at work usually done by men, and are engaged in digging up grass and weeds from amone the stones in front of the Hospital Qivil. They are guarded by armed policemen and watched by many curious and scoffing per sons. To be put at work usually accorded to men is considered the heighth of disgrace by the people here. In TauiDico the onlv place for the confinement of women prison ers is at the Hospital Civil, where they are allotted to the detention department. There are usually more than a score jii women in the jail on various charges, from drunk enness and disturbance to murder The scheme of putting the women to work is a new one and has every evidence of being a good plan. It is believed that women will be very careful not to get into the clutches of the police after this. Attention, Truck Growers. I herebv call a meetinor of the Brownsville Truck Growers asso ciation to be held at the Board of Trade rooms, Saturday afternoon, October 21, at 3 o'clock. The ouestion of freicht rates out of Brownsville will be taken up and thoroughly discussed and it is ur centlv desired that every member be present. Election of officers for the ensuinjr year will also be held at this meeting. P. E. Bl alack. President Local and Personal. I'rom Hidalgo Advance. Dr, J. H- Florence was n Hi dalgo last week looking over sani tary conditions. Hon. C. H. Maris, Collector of Customs, was here last week. He was making a tour of inspection of his district. , Marcellus Dougherty intended leaving for Brownsville yesterday morning, but was disappointed in getting a conveyance out to the station. He attributes the fault to his political opponents. The civil case of F- E. Guerra et. als. vs. Ytuma Land and lm- promement Company after occupy J ing the attention of the court for nearly two days was dropped on motion of non suit by plaintiffs last Friday afternoon. It now seems to be an assured fact that a railroad will be built from Laredo to Brownsville, and that it will come right down through the fertiile valley of the Rio Grande, where the soil is the richest, the climatic conditions the most favorable, and the water supply inexhaustible. At the hour of going to press the Grand Jury is still in session. Many indictment for felony, and a few for misdemeanors have been returned. Most of the misdemean or cases were for violations of the pistol law. The Grand Jury and peace officers of Hidalgo county are determined tc squelch the pistol toter." Women Breadwinners. There is a woman who is a suc cessful jockey. Another who is an intrepid deep- sea diver. Another who is a successful gold prospector'. Another who is a railway con structor and president of the road. Another who, though but 19 years old, is a marine observer on an island off Cape Cod. Another who is harbor mistress of Tacoma. Another who is keeper of Point Pinas lighthouse at Monterey, Cal. Another who farms a Texas ranch 2000 square miles in area. At Strohbeck, Prussian Saxony, chess is a part of the regular school curriculutri j'and every boy and girl carries a board and men. mm i His;iAia& Life often seems too long to the woman who suf fers from painful periods The eternal bearing down, headache, backache, leucorrhea, nervousness, dizziness, griping, cramps and similar tortures are dreadful.- To make lifeVorth living, take O Woman's Relief It quickly relieves inflammation, purifies and en-1 riches the blood, strengthens the constitution and permanently cures all diseased conditions from which weak women suffer. It is matchless, marvelous, reliable. At all druggists' in $1.00 bottles. m ja Ira m m m m WRITE US A LETTER freely and frankly, in strictest confi dence, telling us a 11 your symptoms and troubles. We will send free advice (in plain sealed envelope). 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SA-MU-LAH is a blood purifying medicine put up in tablet form, and contains nothing of an injurious nature. They are invaluable in cases of specific febrile disorders where the blood has a large excess of febrine or uric acid. Every disease or disorder that, flesh is heir to can be traced to Impure Blood. SA-MU-LAH has helped thousands of sufferers. It can help you. " n pp A Sample package of SA-MU-LAH tablets will be lent free to cay a CCi person writing and enclosing 5c. to cover cost of postage. ON SALE AT PRINCIPAL DRUGGISTS. PRICE PER BOX CONTAINING 25 TABLETS. 50 CENTS, If your dealer cannot supply yon, send price and order to POWELL DRUG & CHEN.9CAL CO., 140 NASSAU ST., NEW YORK. i LIFE IS A BATTLE What yon get is the result. Then, of Course, It's Up to You If You Would Get the Best Results Go Where Opportunities are Thickest If you would like to learn all about that land which today offers more to the- man who is looking for best results than any other section in the United States Write for Sample Copy of "GULF COAST LINE MAGAZINE" It will tell you all about that new EI Dorado in the Gulf Coast Country of Texas Address your inquiries to Wm. Doherty, G. P. & T. A., St. L. B. & M. Ry, Corpus Christi, Texas 17 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 rip n four hours and connects at Fordyce with trains for Brownsville, Corpus Christi, San Antonio, Texas; Monterey and other cities in Mexico. FARE ONE W Y $2.50; ROUND TRIP $4.00 I Passengers will find along the route first-class hacks and teams, thus t-aveling with ease and convenience. Drivers are the best to be found. ExWa hacks will be furnished either way, if desired, at reasonable rates. GUERRA & SHELY, Proprietors , W. Harper "On Every Tongue." Scientifically distilled;, naturally aged; absolutely pure. Best and safest for all uses. Sold by T. CRIXELL & BRO. jgj m TO EVERY SUBSCRIBER H ' THE GREAT S I AMERICAN 1 I FARMER I jjt INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA. g The Leading Agricultural Journal of the Nation 1! Edited by an Able Corps of Writers. ilnl i SB W: 7 m m 11 The American Farmer is the only Literary Farm Journal published. It fills a position of its own and has taken the leading place in the homes of rural people in every section of the United States. It gives the farmer and his family something to think about aside from the humdrum of routine duties. , Every Issue Contains an Original Poem by SOLON L. G00DE. Two For the Price of One: THE WEEKLY HERALD AND THE AMERICAN PARMER. Both One Year for $1.50. Address: WEEKLY HERALD BROWNSVILLE TEXAS. i South 8 AND ern Farmer CROWLEY, LOUISIANA JThe well known authority on all matters connected with Rice Rais ing, Rice Marketing, Southern -Agriculture, Live Stock, Poultry Raising and kindred pursuits. The Brownsville Weekly Herald has made arrangements whereby it can offer a coupon Calling for a year's subscription to this peerless Southern Agricultural paper FREE OF CHARGE to every subscriber to this paper who will pay up all arrearages, and $1.50 the regular price 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 due we will include, ABSO LUTELY WITHOUT EXTRA COST, the coupon good for one year's subscription to the RICE JOURNAL AND SOUTHERN FARMER. New subscribers paying one year in advance at the regular rates are entitled to same premium. Take advantage of this offer and try to induce your neighbors to do the same. Sample copies free. This offer good for sixty days from date. Address, BROWNSVILLE (TEXAS) ' WEEKLY HERALD. Established July 4, 1892, and con solidated with the Daily Cosmopol itan July 1, 1893. During this in terval The 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. D BROWNSVILLE, CAMERON COUNTY, TEXAS rv m 7TUT v- 1 75 v m TOT -V7 m 9& -TUT 1 I m m v 1 m DAILY HERALD M any neram m c3