THE DAILY HERALD.
3I0NDA.Y, KOVEMBER12, 1906.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
Car oats just received by h
Gold Rings from $1.00 to $450.00
at Rutledge Jewelry Co.
For AEE Bright, fresh alfalfa.
Just received. ' M. BESTEIRO.
Rooms for rent in Combe build
ing, southern exposure. 9-17-tf.
Col. J. G. Boyle came up from
the Point yesterday and spent last
night in town.
For Sale One oil and one
woodburning heating stove
11-6-13 C. H. Thorn.
J. W. Davis came in Saturday
night fiom Lyford and spent yes
terday with his family.
Mrs. A; W. Hamilton, wife of
mail clerk Hamilton, and little son,
were among the arrivals of Satur
Jeff N- Miller, in his private car
the "St Elmo," came in Saturday
night on the regular train and left
this morning on the local.
Commissioner's court met this
morning in regular session and for
the purpose of canvassing the votes
cast at the election last Tuesday.
Herbert Dennett come down Sa
turday night from Kingsville where
he is employed in the railroad offi
ces, and spent yesterday with his
Messrs. M. Hanson, T. Crixell,
and T. Auguerra returned Saturday
night from San Antonio where they
have been attending the fair for the
past several days.
Ceasar Kleberg of Kingsville,
came in Saturday night, spent
Sunday in town, and left this
this moraine- in Jeff N. Miller's
car, the "St Elmo."
The Staff of Life, "Good Clean
Bread," pies and all kinds fancy
calts to your order to be had only
at Clay's Bakery. Phone 97.
For Rent 600 acres truck,
com, or cotton land. All under ctil
tivation and irrigation. In tracts to
suit. Four room house. Three miles
from Brownsville. GEO. M.JSmith.
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
' Rutledge Jewelry Co. for any
thing you want in first class up-to-date
jewelry of all kinds absolutely
truaratiteeu as represented or
moncv refunded. Rutledge Jew
largest and mo6t 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
Just received a car load of sunny
south cook-stoves and airtight heat
ers by J. V. Hancock. 11-8-15
For Rent The Depot Saloon
in Brownsville, Texas. Apply to
A. H Weller, Harlingen. Texas.
Finest line of Xtnas presents in
soiid stiver, cut Glass, Diamonds
or Jewelry at Rutledge Jewelry Co.
Mrs. J. Frormne left this niorn
iug for Galveston where she goes
to join her. husband who is work
ing there in the employ of the
Wells-Fnrgo Express Co.
Elsewhere in this issue of The
Herald appears the governors
reward offered tor the apprehension
of the assassins of Judge Welch
The Citizens of Starr County will
increase this offer in a few days.
S. J. Rowe, accompanied by his
wife returned last night from Snn
Antonio where he went ten days
ago to attend the fair. Mrs. Rowe
has been in San Antonio some
three months visiting relatives and
E. B. Raymond, County Com
missioner from Raymondville, ar
rived in town last night for the
purpose of attending Commissioners
wlric'; convenes tcday. From him
The Herald learns that he has cut
10 10 seres of his land adjacent to
the Raymondville townsite into
small tracts to be sold to actual,
boua-fide settlers.. He informs us
that these tracts are selling almost
daily and that they will not begin
to go around among the people
who come to the country looking
for small tracts. What an object
essonto the land owners of the
and near Brownsville!
Mrs. Geo. More was an outgoing
passenger on the morning train, en
route for New Orleans, her old
home which she has not revisited
for eighteen years. She expects to
remain there visiting relatives and
friends for about three months.
Jas. B. Wells came in last night
rom up the State and left again
The Herald is glad to report
that Mrs. Byram, who has been on
the sick list for the past few days,
is much improved and hopes to be
able to report her entire recovery
in a short time.
John I. Kleiber, District Attor
ney, ana Marie j. juciyemore, u
District Attorney, left this morn
ing via the M. &M. for Rio Grande
City to assist the officers of the lav
in investigating the recent.troubles
at that place.
The Herald learns thdt A. W
Davidson, General Immigration
Agent of the S. P., will open a
bank in Raymondville shortly; also
that he has twelve neat frame cot
tages in course of construction at
that place and a fifteen-room hotel
about half finished. Raymondville
is coming to the front at a great
rate and it behooves us to get busy
and do as likewise as possible.
Mrs. Mary B. Hard wick, editor
of the Corpus Christi Sun, came in
Saturday night on the private car
Isabel and took a look around yes
terday. Mrs. Hardwick is interest
ed in the development of the whole
country from Corpus to Browns
ville and to that end uses her paper
in an intelligent and telling man
ner. Eir passant, we may say
that she is a good editor and an
ornament to the profession and the
press of Southwest Texas is proud
A. W. Davidson of Chicago who
arrived Saturday night on the pri
vate car Raymonvlle, in conversa
tion with a Herald reporter last
night said that he has sold eleven
forty-acre tracts of land at Ray
mondville to truck growers and
farmers from the north, within the
last few weeks- He says that al
you have to do is to cut your land
into blocks the size the farmers
want and the laud itself will do the"
rest.- Mr. Davidson is general im
migration agent ot tne b. F. and
has large holding, both in the Raj-;
mondville and this country.
An undenominational Young
People's Society of Christian En
deavor was organized yesterday
which will be managed by the
young people themselves, under
the superinteiidency of an adult'!
The election of officers by ballot
resulted as follows: Mrs. J. J. Per
dotno, superintendent; Mrs.-W. C
Foster, assistant superintendent
Isabel Pierce, president; Pearl Lee
House, vice president;lLouise Flor
ence, secretary; Gordon Foster,
treasurer. The society vjill meet
every Sunday afternoon ' at four
o'clock. Social meetings will be
also be held once a month at the
respective homes of the various
Thirty-six excursion tickets to
Houston were sold by the Gulf
Coast Line on account of the No-tsu-oh
carnival, and that many ex
cursionists left on the train this
morning 'for the Bayou City. It
was impossible to learn the names
of all who went, but following are
those which have been learned so
far: Mr. and Mrs. E. H., Goodrich,
Miss Addie Goodrich,. Mrs. A. V.
Kenedy and daughters Misses
Sarah and Anna Kenedy, Misses.
Teresa and Minnie Havre ,Mrs. M.
E. Vivier, Mrs. W. F. Dennett,
Mrs. Annie G. Pntegnat, Mr. and
Mrs. C. S. Clark. Mr. and Mrs. D. i
Lerma, David Maltby, L. Kowal-I
ski, John T'aielen, Santos Valdez,
Miss Anita Miro. Max Gordon and
child.. Eesides the above, Mrs. W. j
F. Sprague aud child of Hidalgo ,
county, Messrs. J. Arrese and I.
Perez of Matamoros were among
D3S7if2C71VELY A CREAK! OF
TA3TAE3 SAK3KG POWDER
Royal does riot contain an atom
of phosphatic acid (which is
the product of bones digested
in sulphuric acid) or of alum
(which is one-third sulphuric
acid) substances adopted for
- other baking powders because
Of their cheapness.
gOYAu BAKING POWCE3 CO. MSB? Y6RK.
Kloseman It's an awful thing
to discover just as the collection
plate comes around in church that
you are absolutely without a pen
Newitt Yes, because then you
have to drop in a nickel or a dime,
Frontier Lumber Co.
Building Supplies of Every De
scription. The Beebe Hotel
Ssm Fordyce, Texas
C P. Welles, Prop, and tfir,
Best Rooms and Meals in
YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED
! The Brownsville Grocery Co.
feed stuffs i, stapie and
Alfalfa Hay ,
Oats "I; FafiCy
Pmirie Kay 5 Groceries
W. H. CLAY
Rubber Tire Carriage on Call
CITY TIN SHOP
Fidel Arevalo, Prop.
All Kinds of Tin Work Done
Promptly aud Neatly,
Patronage Respectfully Solicited
Office la Frost o! CiiboIIc Cbnrch
Cheap for Cash
Coats are water
shed in fact as
nc in nnmp f:
Rain has no
more effect on
them than watet
on a due k's
the material of
which they are
made is of the
best and proper
possibly buy a
than a Water
shed. Truly an
On clear, cool
days it's a light
coat. Only in
wet weather do
you know it be
AGNOLIA j)AIRY pARM
Geo. M. Putegnat
Plans and Specifications Fur
nished on Shori. Notice
The Best on
K. H. McDAVITT
Dry Goods, Notions, Hats,
Caps, Clothing, Shoes, Cloaks,
Skirts, - Gents' N Furnishing
If a Goods, Trunks,
All At Prices That
Just Received By
A Full Line Of
Studebaker Buggies, Surreys5
Phaetons, Ro a d Wagons,
Runabouts and Prospectors5
SOLD AT LOWEST CASH PRICES I
CALL AND SEE THEM
Also Fish BroSo' Wagons
Charter Oak Stoves
try Goods, Bots (Ik Shoes
Wmriissrer Arms Ammunition
hnmher, Shi&gies, Doors, Sask
Bmds and Builders' Hardware
1 BROWNSVILLE, TEX.
Our stock of toilet necessities was never more complete than
now. The first time you come to our dnifir store ask t j l ok
at them. Per- ,,.,. M,c
not be in need
vice you that phone 0. Mail
yoUDeuer tnan prmpllv Attended To. SP SP a"" 2
our power to make this the
store for you to trade with.
THIS SPACE RESERVED FOR THE
Eagle Dmg Shore
WATCH FHR THEIR AD.
Jto Wt fi' Cj r -A
and BILLIARD PARLOR
SOLE cAGENT SAN
Grips, Etc., etc.
Retail Dealers in m
nHimuni llaPS you will
riiAwwiwi Qf anything at
ythinfe at &
but it will con
and Phone Orders we can serve ct
best and most convenient drug
Special messenger service.
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