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THE DAILY HERALb.
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1906.
LOCAL ITEMS.
Gold Rings from $1.00 to $450.00
at Rutledge Jewelry Co.
For sale Bright, fresh alfalfa.
Justreceived. M. Besteiro.
For Sale One oil and one
woodburning heating stove.
11-6-13 C. H. Thorn.
Regular communication of the
Masonic Lodge this evening at the
usual hour.
Notice is called to the change in
the ad of the Bollack Store appear
ing elsewhere in-this issue.
For. Rent The Depot Saloon
in Brownsville, Texas. Apply to
A. H. Weller, Harlingen, Texas.
Finest line of Xmas presents in
solid silver, cut Glass, Diamonds
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or jeseetryai auucukc jirwcuy
: will be a called meeting
of the card club Wednesday even
ing at the residence of Mrs. Ira G
Killough.
One brick-layer went to Diaz
this morning to engage in work on
the buildings in course of construe
tion at that place.
The regular meeting Of the
Catholic Knights of America takes
place this evening at 8 o'clock St
Joseph's College.
The Staff of Life, Good Clean
Bread," pies and all kinds fancy
cakes to your order to be had only
at Clay's Bakery. Phone 97.
The depository for the state
school books has been transferred
from the Texas Confectionery to
the Kindergarten on Washington
street. tf.
Rutledge Jewelry Co. for any
thing you want in first class up-to
date jewelry of all kinds absolutely
P-iiaranteed as represented or
money refunded. Rutledge Jew
dry Co.
The weather: Tonight, increas
cloudiness, warmer weather; Wed
nesday. Dartlv cloudy: light east
erly to southerly winds.
Largest and most select line of up
to date Jewelry, Diamonds,! Clocks
and watches to be found anywhere
in the south west and at prices as
low as the lowest. Rutledge
Jewelry Co.
Work was begun today on
residence for T. A. Kiender, Esq
which will be located on upper
Levee street adjoining the resid
ence of Mrs. Dougherty. It will
be a pretty and up-to-date cottage
and will cost $2000. A. Goldam
er has the contract.
Remember we will discount any
catalog prfce you have 10 per cent-
save you the express besides,-on
anv orders vou mnv wish to make
for a Xmas present in our line
Remember no wholesale house
sells at retail. Trade at home and
save 10 per cent. Rutledge Jewelry
Co.
A recention and dance will l e
given at the opera house Friday
evening by a number ot young
ladies, who will invite the gentle
men to be their guests for the even
ing. Nearly all of the ladies in
town are assisting the young ladies
who have the project in charge, and
the event will doubtless be a socia
success. The ladies deserves credit
for attempting to vary the monoto
ny which has depressed social cir
cles here lately
The resignation of Rev. W. H
Petty as pastor of the Baptist
church of Brownsville which was
tendered recently is regretted very
much by the members of that
church, as well as by many other
persons in our city, who feel that
Mr. Pettv has done a irood work
here. He does not expect to leav
Brownsville, however, as he wi
still continue to do mission wor
in this section, being under the
duection of the Baptist Mission
board, his field including thecouu
trv between Point Isabel and Rio
Grande. Mr. Petty has made many
friends in Brownsville among all
denominations, winning the respect
and liking of all by his up-right
manly character, and it is welcome
news that he and his family will
still made their home here.
PERSONALS.
J. P. Herzog of Galveston left
this morning.
C. A- Earl of Hallectsville is a
guest at the Miller.
Will A. Perkins, the drug
drummer or ban Antonio, is in
town.
Clam Agent S. J. Lancaster came
down from Kingsville yesterday on
official business.
S. E. Converse, a well known
hardware agent from Corpus
Christi, is a visitor here.
David Young, ofSanta Anita
ranch, returned home this 'morn
ing after yesterday spent in town.
Mrs. E. J. O'Brien of Kings
ville-, who has been spending the
past week here as the guest of Mr
and Mrs. P. H Vasey, left for
home today.
J. B. Armstrong left today for
San Antonio, with his children,
Misses Jennie and Sylvia and Mas
ter Frank, to spend several days
seeing the fair.
O. L. Moore and J. C. De-
Bruin, contractors on the canal
work at Lonsboro, spent yesterday
here on business and returned to
Lonsboro today.
Services will be held at the
Baptist church tonight and also
tomorrow night, at which the
sermon will be preached by 'Rev.
A. C. Earl of Hallettsville.
John Box and E. D. Box were
arrivals on the Point train yester
day afternoon. Messrs Box have
just sold a lot of sheep to a buyer
roni Uvalde, and came up to see
about their'delivery.
J. P. Withers arrived here last
night on his return from his north
ern trio, and left today for his
lead-quarters at Llano Grande.
Mr. Wither is expecting Mrs.
Withers to join him at Llano
Grande in the, near future, to
soend the winter, emoving our
unexcelled climate.
Manuel M. de Chavero, a busi
ness man ot tne city ot juexico,
accompanied by his wife and two
daughters, arrived in town last
nifrht on his way home from a
visit to New York, Washington
and other northern cities. Mr
Chavero is a brother-in-law of
Mrs. Annie Putegnat, Inspectress
of customs, and will remain here
for a few days visiting her.
Joe Champion of Roswell, New
Mexico, is here on a visit to his
bovliood home after an" absence of
twenty-six years, being the guest
of his brother Frank Champion
Quite a number of improvements
are noted in Brownsville by Mr-
Champion, who, was quite young
when he left here. He has nu
merous relatives and old friends
here who are pleased to meet him
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again. He win spenn a mo.uii
here, renewing old friendships and
cettintr acquainted with the new
Brownsville.
A MA7WR &FMMLTk
paw
POWDER
Absolutely Pure
A Cream of Tartar Powder,
, free from alum or phos
phatlc acid
HAS HQ SUBSTITUTE
BROWNSVILLE
UNDERTAKING
COMPANY
Rubber Tire Carriage on Call
PHONE 123
CITY TIN SHOP
Fidel Arevalo, Prop.
All Kinds of Tin Work Done
Promptly aud "Neatly,
Also Plumbing.
Patronage Respectfully Solicited
Offict Ii Frot et Ctftrilc Chsrch
Rooms for rent in Combe build
ing, southern exposure. 9-17-tf.
Wholesale
Groceries
Cheap for Cash
Frank Alcedo
Celaya Building.
The Elections.
Owing to the new law having
cut downline number of judges and
clerks of elections, the work of
counting the ballots cast in today'
election could not be begun until
after the closing of the polls which
will be at seven this evening
Therefore no report of the results
could be obtained for today's Her
.VLVD.
The voting has been light through
out the dav, however, and it is
probable that not over three hun
dred votes have been cast in
Brownsville. Of these it is perhap:
safe to say that about two hundred
and fifty were for the deniocratu
ticket.
To Receive Election Returns
A number of citizens have sub
scribed for the purpose of securing
telegraphic reports of today's elec
tions in the various states. The
returns will be posted at the Texas
Confectionery as received tonight.
Wedding cakes a specialty
Prices $5 to $25. Call and inspect
my line of ornaments for fancy
cakes before ordering elsewhere.
Clay's Bakery. Phone 97.
Generally you can tell what a
woman means by guessing the op
posite of what'she says.
Our Watershed
jjlfv' Copyrisht 1906
wMp The House of Kuppcnheimcr
Coats are water
shed in fact as
well as in name.
Rain has no
more effect on
them than watet
on a due k's
back, because
the material of
which they are
made is of the
best and proper
ly waterproofed.
You couldn't
possibly buy a
more, useful,
stylish garment
than a Water
shed. Truly an
any-day coat.
On clear, cool
days it's a light
weight over
coat. Only in
wet weather do
you know it be
a Kuppenheim
er Watershed.
THE
BOLLACK
STORE
II
Frontier Lumber Co. MiGJSA DE
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Sash
Doors
Blinds
:ARM
Building Supplies of Every De
scription.
Pure Jersey Milk
i 25c per Ga
i a
! Morning Delivery
! Geo. M. Putegnat.
The Beebe Hotel j
Hunter's Paradise
Sam Fordyce, Texas
C. P. Welles, Prop, and Mgr.
Best Rooms and Meals in Town
YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED
A. GQLDAMMER
CONTRACTOR AND
BUILDER
Plans and Specifications Fur
nished on Short Notice
The Brownsville Grocery Co.
FEED STUFFS
Alfalfa Kay
Oats -Prairie
Hay
Staple .and
Fancy
Groceries
We Sell
BLUE VALLEY
BUTTER
The Best on
Earth
W. H. CLAY Proprietors K. H. AkDAVITT
Wise d& Newman
Imported Bacalao
Mackerel
Pickled Herring
Smoked Herring
Imported Swiss
Cheese
Edam Cheese
Staple and
Fancy
Groceries
Fancy Crackers
Heintz Pickles
Crosse- Blackwell's
Jams
Maple yrup
Breakfast Foods
Stuffed Olives
Pha 65
F. SNIPES
if,
Dry Goods, Notions, Hats,
Caps, Clothing, Shoes, Cloaks,
Skirts, Gents' Furnishing
Goods, Trunks, Grips, Etc., Etc.
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All At Prices That Defy Competition
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Just Received By
FIELD
A Full Line Of
Studebaker Buggies, Surreys,
Phaetons, Ro a d Wagons,
Runabouts and Prospectors'
Wagons
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SOLD AT LOWEST CASH PRICES
CALL AND SEE THEM
Also Fish Bros.' Wagons
Charter Oak Stoves
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J. S. M. Ho CROSS,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Dry Goods, Boots ? Sho
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w molester Arms ita ammunition
Wholesale and ReLail Dealers in
Lumber, Shingles, Doors, Sash,
Binds and Builders' Hardware
BROWNSVILLE, TEX. MATAMOROS, MEX.
TOILET SUPPLIES
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Our stock of toilet necessities was never more complete than
now. The first time vou come to our drug store ask to luok
totth-;i ,S TOLLMAN'S PHARMACY Sa!
the moment, but it will con-
vice you that phone 40. Mail and Phone Orders we can serve
you better than pramoUv Attended To. dt anyone else.
everything in
most convenient drug
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we uie uuiiijj
our power to make this the best and
store for you to trade with. Special messenger service.
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THIS SPACE RESERVED FOR THE
Eagle Drug Store
WATCH FOR THEIR AD.
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and BILLIARD PARLOR X
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finest " tries, liquors, Qi
(juors,
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