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The Brownsville Herald.
fficial county and city journal in its turn automatically stop the engines. Jesse O. Wheeler. Proprietor. Consolidated in 1893 with the Daily- Cos- i-innnlitan "which WLS OUDUShea in Brownsville, for sixteen years. ti,-a -t th- PcTstoffice. Brownsville. Texas as second-class matter. Terms of Subscription: Gen. Mills a Texan. From an exchange we glean the following in regard to the h,istory of Brigadier General Anson Mills, U S. A., retired, who is at the hem: of the boundary commission and now in our country on an of n.trv PnMiQlipr! everr evenine ex cept Sunday, daily by mail postpaid to ficial visit any point in the United States, Mexico "General Mills is one of the or Canada, or aenvereu uuua w ou; . part of Brownsville, Texas, or Matamoros, wealthiest of the retired army om Mexico: cers and his fortune comes from itrtrvtr rttll "VMT - - . - .iO.UU I One copy six month 3.00 his inventive genius. He is recog- m t. j.f c,,-,w 'h nized as the greatest inventor in the Weekly: Pr.blished Saturday, Dy , nail postpaid to any point m the United army, i he most tamous or nis ae- States, Mexico or canacia. . vices js the Mills cartridge belt, One opy six months! '. 75 now used by the United States and One copy three monUis. ...... .au the artnies 0f nearly all civilized able in advance. Advertising rates on application. Makes all checks payable to JESSE O. WHEELER. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1906. TIME TABLE St. L. B. & M. Ry. NORTH BOUND. countries. ' He not only invented the belt, but invented the machine that makes it. When he had finish ed the drawing of the machine the experts said it could not be b'uilt, so that it would work. General Mills got a six months' leave of absence, went into a factory and personally direcced the building of the machine, which operated per- Train No, 1 leaves Brownsville daily fectly from the first. He is a native except Sunday at 9:45 a. m. Leaves Harlingen at 10:55 a. m. Arrives Kingsville at 3:20 p. m. Arrives at Robstown at 4:32 p. m. Arrives at Sinton at 6 p. m. SOUTH BOUND. Train No. 6 leaves Sinton at 9:30 a. m, Train No. 2 arrives at Kingsville at 12:12 p. m. Arrives at Harlingen at 4:30 p. m. Arrives at Brownsville at 5:40. p. m. Train No. 1 out of Brownsville arrives Train No. 4 from Corpus Christi ar rives in Brownsville at 5:40 p. m. of Texas and a. large property own er in the state. The American Consul at Gothen burg, Sweden, files with the State Department at Washington a re port on the claims of Prof. Rydberg of the Swedish University of Lund as the discoverer of an alleged "new element" which has been discussed as electron. It is described as ' 'a universal gas form iiig the atmosphere which pre vails throughout the solar system It is claimed for it that it enters the composition of all metals, Yearning. ''Ah, Love, could you and I with him conspire, To grasp this sorry scheme of things entire! Would we not shatter it to bits and then Remould it nearer to-the heart's desire!" Omar. Formerly , milk producers in England were at the mercy of wholesale' dealers, or middlemen. sy juaicious comoination in va rious places they have been able to secure uniform and equitable prices, securing to individual members extra profits up to $200 a year. It is a grave mistake to be buried in thought at the wrong time. That Beautiful Gloss comes from the varnish in Devoe's Varnish Floor Paint; costs 5 cents more a quart though. Sold by Frontier Lumber Co. For Sale. Excursion Rates. The St. L., B. & M. offers the following rates: To all coupon agents: For the occasions named below, the sale of round trip tickets is authorized at the rates, and on dates mentioned. Account of meeting Supreme Lodge, Knights of Pythias, New Orleans, La., Oct. 15th to 25th, 1906. Tickets on sale Oct. 13th. 14th and 15th. Final limit for return, Oct. 30, 1906. Fare for the round trip, $22.80 Tickets must be validated by joint agents as noted below. Joint agency under charge of Joseph Richardson as special agent will be located in the railway stations in New Orleans. No fee to be charged for the validation of tickets. Extension of final limit upon The- Mexico Musical" deposit of tickets with Joseph Rich- The Hord homestead, on Wash- ardson, special agent, New Or- mgton street near ym., price iu. J leans, not earlier than Oct. 12th, Fourteen-page monthly of the latest and most popular piano music. In 25th volume and wid est known publication of its kind in Mexico. $1.50 a year. Published by M. Gonzalez & Co. Choice Music. Paper and Printing Excellent. ' Subscribe Now! PianflQ vteer' Boston, Singer, Story & Clark, FlailUS. Bennett, Columbus and others Farrand Organs, Safes, Typewriters, Wagons, American and Mexican Music. GIVE US A TRIAL WE GUARANTEE SATISFACTION Also the Dr. Smith homestead on St. Charles, street, between 8th. and 9th. streets, price $750. See Johx W. Hoyt. ' Deafness Cannot be Cured SAM FORDYCE BRANCH. Train No. 22 leaves Samtordyce at . . , . considered simnle substances. The name is new and 1n n m: arrives at Harhnjren at 1U:SU ,,1 llrnntncviltK -it 1720 TV til o. m, uuu uwn.. x-- -ill U Train No. 21 leaves Brownsville at 3 p. uiscovery win uc new cuuusu . A.11 1 I i Jr.n,nntn,ta1 TllU m; arrives at iiarnngen at t.ji, auu wuai il id ucuiuujuoi-.ui Samfordyce at 7:30 p. m. attempt to make the discovery has been in progress since the Middle Rio Grande Railroad. Ages, when the alchemists hoped RrmrtKivUle. Texas, tor Point Isabel, to nna it as a means oi manuiac Texas. To inly 16th., WEEK DAY SCHEDULE Leaves Brownsville daily 5:30 p. m Arrive Point Isabel ,, 7:00 p. m. Leaves ,, 6:30 a. m Arrive Brownsville 8:00 a. m. take Effect Monday turinggold in unlimited quantities. 1906 at 12:01 A. ai, SUNDAY SCHEDULE. Leave Point Isabel 6:00 a.m. Arrive Brownsville 7:30 a. in. Leave .. 9:00 a. m. Arrive Point Isabel 10:30 a. m Leave o:UO p. nr. Arrive Brownsville 4:30 p. m Leave , 5:30 p. m Arrive Point Isabel 7:00 p. m. Letter to Nieves Camero & Bro Brownsville, Texas. Dear Sirs: You know, diamonds don't go by size. So with paint. We make paint, one gallon of which goes as far as two of another and last twice as long: that'3 four to one. You know it'is true in diamonds; they don't go by the gallon, do they? If you re going to paint your house, you go first to your painter If wk can only sell about one and say: I'm going to paint; do third of our lands to people from vou want the job? and what'll it other places, they wille do the rest, cost?" If we gire them a chance they wille If he happens to know, he'll say: invest their money and stay with j "Depends on the paint. I can do the investment and make our re-1 it Jfor somewhere about $100 or maining lauds worth twice as much $200, whichever you like; $100 as thev now are. will make a good job; $200 a poor one. And you, if you happen to have your wits, will say: I'll take the good one, when'll you do it?" Paiuters ought, all, to know about paint; and jewelers ought to be able to get a good job. We do what we can to help both. One gallon Devoe is better than two of average paint, goes as far that' is, your house will take about 20 gallons Devoe and 40 of average paint and Devoe will wear a long time; the life of average paint is very uncertain, it may be a year, it may be five. Why is it that painters don't know about paint? Do jewelers know about diamonds? They know all living I more tnan.tney tell sometimes. and the There are painters and painters; so greatest epoch in American history. there are jewelers? "so there is When the few remaining ones have paint, and the least-gallons paint is passed away then the things of Devoe. Yours truly their day will become history and W . Devoe & Co. tradition and begin the inevitable p- s; Frontier Lumber Co. sell loss of detail and authenticity. our paint. Notice to Taxpayers. I am now ready to receive all Sam Jones died on a sleeping car between Little Rock, Ark., and Memphis, Tennessee. His life was quite a varied one he began as a lawyer but took to drink and went utterly to the dogs: he next reformed and joined the church and for several years was pastor of jthis local church; finally he turned evangelist, and by his force and originality, "won a lasting fame among the list of eminent tiiviucs. News reaches us that Mrs. Jef ferson' Davis is lying at the point of death in her hotel in New York With her death and the death of a 3 few more of her,generation, will perish and pass away connection between us by local applications, as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure deafness, and that is by constitutional remedies. Deafness is caused by an inflamed con dition of the mucous lining of the Eus tachian Tube. When this tube is inflam ed you have a rumbling sound or imper- 1906, rate, not later than Oct. 30th, and upon payment of fee of 50c, original purchaser may obtain extension of time to reach original starting point up to Nov. 30, 1906. Account of Home Coming Week for Alabainians to Birmingham, cniias rate, lor Dotn occasions. named phove one-half adult rate. Account of State Fair of Texas, Dallas, Texas, Oct. 13th to 28th, J $20.50; date of sale, PROMPTNESS cAND LIBERALITY fectheanng, and when it is entirely clos- Oct. 12th to 27th, 1906; limit, final ed, Deafness is the result, and unless the limit for retum Qct 2gth igQ , , .it-. , v.- Account of Semi-AnnUal Reu- tube restored to its normal condition. i,Por,-o-,u i rWrnvmi fnrf-vpr- ninp uion, Scottish Rite Masons, and cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh, Mystic Shriner, Dallas, Texas, Oct- which is nothing but an inflamed condi- 29th, to Nov. 2nd, 1906, rate, tion of the mucous surfaces. $20.50; date of sale, Oct. 28th- We will give One Hundred Dollars for . , , , nnv case of Deafness ("caused bv catarrhl ' " - tw t,f i, h,- Trail's r.-.tnrri, limit, final limit for return, Nov. Onre. Send for circulars Jree. 5th, 1906. F. J.CHENEY & Co., Toledo, O. G. T. Porter, Gen. Agent. Sold by Druggists 75c. TakeHall'sFamilyPills for constipation Subscribe to The HERALD. i Merchants' NATIONAL BANK OF BROWNSVILLE Capital Stock, $100,000.00 U. S. Government Depository OFFICERS DIRECTORS E. H. GOODRICH, President lohn McAHen, Jose Celaya, I. T. PlYqi JOHN McALLEN, Vice President Misuel FernandcxJr. J. G. FERNANDEZ, Cashier C H. Goodrich, O.CSaudtr.I.a.FcrBasdes E. A. McGARY, Assistant-Cashier. San Antonio nterna on Opens Oct. 31Closes Nov. 11 PREMIER LIVE STOCK SHOW OF THE WORLD Vast Array of Varied Displays Racing Daily at 2:30 p. m. Including Dan Patch and Cresceus U. S. UPHOLSTERY CO. Hefinis7iing, Repairing, Upholstering -AGENTS MEXICO'S FINEST BANDS BEST EXHIBITS Lorenzen's Mantels, Tiles, Grilles, etc. Henry Bosch Co's Wall Paper. Decorative Designs Submitted Ann Arbor Lighting Systems AND THE AJSfGLE LAMP 15th and Jefferson. Box 116 Old "JOE GIDEON" Pure Rye Pain's "Fall of Port Arthur." Fifty Shows on the Midway EXCURSIONS ON ALL ROADS Awarded Gold Medals: St. Louis, Mo., 1904 Portland, Oregon, 1905 -im. QOT-n ONLY T. Crixell & Bro. V. L. CrixcII BROWNSVILLE, TEXAS ii.u..lMiiumi'mn' Wffi""1-1" 5 J- Brokerage and Commission Carry Stock of Corn, Oats, Potatoes, Onions, a Cement and Lime. Butter and Cheese ion Cold Storage A Gkrman scientist has invent ed an automatic mechanism for preventing collisions'at sea, based taxes assessed on city property for upon the use of Hertzean waves, the year 1906. Please call at my Miniature wireless telegraphy office and pay your taxes before plauls are to be installed on ves- you are placed on the delinquent sels fitted with this apparatus ap- list and become subject to the proaching each other in a fcg and penalty prescribed "by law. with the ' mechanism set- would at Santos Valdez, 1000 yards give mutual . and auto-1 " City. Assessor and Collector. LOW RATES for the HOMESEEKER, COLONIST, TOURIST. Every day until September 30, round trip excursion rates to all important resorts in the land, including Chicago, Kansas City, Denver, St. Paul, St. Louis. .... Low oue way and round trip rates to California daily; also to Port and, Spokane, Helena and many intermediate points. Honieseeker's round trip rates to Amarillo, Guymoh, Estantia, Tuesdays and Saturdays. SPECIAL BARGAINS, ROUND TRIP Denver, Colo. Springs, oue fare Sept. 19, 20, 21, 22, account Pike Centennial Celebration. Atlanta, Ga.. one fare plus $2, Oct. S and 9, account Homecomer's Excursions. Oklahoma City, HooHoo Ccnvention, Sept. 7, 8, 9, one fare plus $2. loronto, aeptemoer i. io, 1 orana loage i. u. u. if., one fare plus J2. Kansas City, one fare plus 52. 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 and other 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 anc convenience. Drivers are the best to be found. Extra hacks will be furnished either way, if desired, at reasonable rates. GUERRA & SHELY, Proprietors j 6, 7. S, 9, Royal Live .Stock Show, PHIL A. Constantine Hotel! W. A. FITCH, Proprietor Traveling men's trade solicited. Free sample rooms are provided Nothing too good for our guests if to be found in the market. . A., C. R. I. & G. Ry., Fort Worth, Texas. I CORPUS CHRISTI". TEXAS For Sale: Brownsville I o CU- JUa Known as -j For particulars aoolv to V u nnnnni