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THE DAILY HERALD.
Jesse O. Wheeler, Proprietor. Consolidated in 1893 with the Daflr Cos mopolitan which was published in Brownsville, for sixteen years. OFFICIAL COUNTY AND CITY JOURNAL Kutered at the Postofficc Brownsville. Texas, as second-class matter. FRIDAY, OCTOBER27. 1905. NEW TIME CARD. St. L, B. & M. .Leave north bound STATIONS A. M. 8:15 A. M. 6:20 A. - 9:25 r. M. 1:05 . Brownsville. . ,5am Fordyce. ..Harlingen... ..Kirigsville... P. M. 3:30 P. M. 5:20 P. M. 2:25 A.M. 10:20 p.-ai. 1:30 P. M. , .Kingsville. .. ...Robstown .. A.M. 10:02 A. M. 8:50 .P. K. 2.:40 .8:00 P. M. 3:00 P. u. .3:15 J. M. 3:45 Robstown ... ...Corpus Christi. Calvin Angelita 1 Sintoa A. M. 8:55 P.M. 3:35 a. sr. 8:30 A. M. 8:15 A. M. 7:45 P.M. 4:00 p. at. 5:40 .Sintoa. Refugio. P. M. 7:35 6:00 a if s? How about that fair exhibit, are you in? Hear us shout! Brownsville is coming to the front and don't you forget it. It is now announced that Rocke feller needs as rest. Good laud! let him take it, like he does every thing else. The Wilson County Journal says rit is several weeks ahead of Con gressman Garner in announcing in favor of Judge Wells for Governor. .No doubt the McCurdy family of Mutual fame wishes that Fergus 'Falls, Minn., organization would let them stay at the pap trough a "Jittle while longer. Do we not want, an exhibit at the San Antonio fair. It seems to be about the proper thing, and no time should be lost in preparing a proper exhibit of the many pro ducts of this section. Does the succesful man bring success by sitting down and wait ing? Well, hardly. He brings" it by getting out and making things .happen. The town must do like wise. See the point? When a railroad company wants a bonus from a town, how does it get it? Asks for it, of course. ,If we want a bridge let's ask for it. If the railroad don't want to build it, no harm is done, and we can at .least show where we stand. Roosevelt is having the time -of his life enjoying the South's -hospitality. In his speech at .Tuskegee, Ala., to the pupils of Booker T. Washington's school, .Roosevelt said among other things :that "ignorance is the costliest crop that can be raised in any part of this union Now comes another pest, like un to the boll weevil, yet totally dif ferent. It is the pepper weevil, with a technical name a foot long, and threatens to everlastingly put the kibosh, on the pepper crop. This weevil is propagated within the pod, where it remains until the pepper is ruined, then the bug .comes forth and turns its attention .to other plants. Verily the varied resources of Texas are marvelous. Experts are at work trying no de vire means for its extermination. The souvenir anniversary edi tion of the Houston Chronicle is jan ever speaking. monument to the enterprise of the management, to say nothing of its intrinsic value to Houston and vicinity. It is gotten out in magazine form, contains 112 pages, every one of which has either interesting views of its city, or is filled with good reading per taining to Houston. vThe Chronicle is right up to the minute, and is reaping the reward of its enter prise. The Herald would urge upon everv citizen of this section the ad visability of" preparing an exhibit of our products for display at the San Antonio International Fair Such an exhibit would be a mute but eloquent advertisement of the wondrous resources of this country and would be viewed by thousands of people from less favored sections many of whom are totally unaware of the superior advantages here An intelligent and competent com mittee has been appointed to secure and properly arrange the exhibit, and it remains for everybody to secure specimens of the many products now being grown. They talk while you are absent, and each day new admirers will gaze upon the products of a land which is still in its swaddling clothes, when viewed from the standpoint of possible development. The transportation will be furnish ed free for such exhibit, and it is now up to our people to do the rest. It will also be well tojsend the exhibit to the Houston Carnival which closes about the time of open ing of the San Antonio fair. Government Returns Necklace. New York. Rather than take chances on the result of litigation over a $22i000 pearl necklace which is now in the custody of Collector Stranahan, the govern ment will accept a check for the amount of duty and return the jewels to the woman who owns them. This is the conclusion which Leslie M. Shaw, secretary of the treasury, reached after con ferring with Mr. Stranahan yesterday. The necklace was brought into the country without the payment of duty by a woman whose name the-customs officials have conceal ed. She succeeded in getting the necklace by the inspectors on the pier, bat the treasury department earned of the purchase abroad. When they failed to find any record of it among the declarations of passengers on incoming steam ships secret service agents were sent to watch the woman who was suspected of having evaded the payment, of duty. She was fol-j owed from this city to Philadel phia, Boston and Chicago, and was finally informed that customs officials were watching her. A lawyer then called upon the Col- ector and offered a check, for $13,000" in payment of duty. Mr. Sttanhan insisted upon the surrender of the necklace. He placed it in a safe deposit vault and sent a report on the matter to Washington. Influential friends of the woman appealed in her be half to the Treasury Department officials, and with the result of the Dulles trial and other prolonged and unsuccesslul litigation over jewelry iu mind, the Government officials have practically decided to take the woman's check and call incident closed. We might have some difficulty in proving that the necklace which is now in our custody is identical in all respects with the necklace which was brought in without the payment of duty," said Secretary Shaw, at the Fifth Avenue Hotel last night, "it is better, I think, to accept payment for the duty and return the necklace to the owner." "Who is the owner?" '"I do not think it necessary to give her name. We have hun dreds of incidents like this, and there is no reason why any special attention should be attracted to this case." Weather Report. New Orleans, Oct. 27. Tonight and Saturday, partly cloudy. Cold er Saturday; Light, variable winds, becoming northerly. 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Address, BROWNSVILLE (TEXAS) WEEKLY HERALD. 1Ee DAILY 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. Daily Herald BROWNSVILLE, CAMERON COUNTY, TEXAS 1