THE DAILY HERALD
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1905.
'Tonight partly cloudy leather:
nrobablv showers: colder. Wed
nesday fair; fresh northerly winds
Observations taken at Fort Brown
for 24 hours ending, at 5:30 p. m
Nov. 26, show: Maximum tempera
ture 80; minimum temperature 67
Partly cloudy; drizzling rain from
4:45 p. m; northerly winds.
For Sale: Sorehrum seed at
75 cents per bushel. Apply to J
See the new card of Layton &
Watson, architects, appearing in
Chas. Champion, a merchant at
"Point Isabel came - up yesterday
evening on a business trip.
- JorSalk: Forty fat turkeys
at reasonable price. Apply at
residence of J. B. McAllen. 5t.
Attention is called to the ad of
Luzianne Coffee which appears
elsewhere in this issue of The
The rice mill resumed operations
yesterday after being shut down for
some time on account of being
unable to secure rice.
Furnished rooms for .rent. Ap
nlv to Mrs. Annie Scanlan Pute
gnat, Cor. Jefferson and 10th Sts.
three blocks east of postoffice. 24
Fred Warren of Kinesville, the
civil engineer who has charge o
platting the townsite of Kingsville,
was an arrival in town last night
Wedding cakes a specialty
Prices $5 to $25. Call and inspect
.mv line of ornaments for fancy
cakes before ordering elsewhere
Clay's Bakery. Phone 97
Tonight the ladies of the Meth
odist and Presbyterian churches
have their reception at the home
of Mrs. F. W. Boss. Everybody
invited and insured a pleasant
evening, rain or shine.
Immigration Inspector, Frank
Stanley, who arrived, Monday
night from Denver, Colo., goes on
duty at the ferry this evening and
a twelve days leave of absence for
Inspector Dilworth takes effect.
agents Canvassers, mixers,
peddlers, solicitors, mail order
people, etc., should buy kramer's
book of trade secrets. Regular
price $5.00, but bal. of last edition
for $1.25 as long as they last
Guaranteed. Order 'quick. Sioux
Pub. Co., Sutherland, Iowa. tf
FOR SALE: I have eight or ten
new iron beds, both single and
double size, taken through error in
.order and never used; also a num
ber of high grade wire springs for
same and best grade forty pound
all cotton mattresses, bran new and
never used. For sale at a bargain
at Llano Grande. J. P. Withers.
L. Loeb of St. Louis who ha.s
been here for some time looking atl
the country, left this morning for
San Antonio out expects to return
within a few days and spend some
two months here to look over the
entire situation and, incideutallv,
escape the rigors of a northern
wmtei in fact .escape any winter
lne following party or pros
pective investors arrived in town
last niglit and are registered at the
Miller: G. Wallenberg of Chi
cago, H. L. Harris, Newberry,
Mich., H. and W. Stubbings,
Lyons, 111., Fred Hqopes, Musca
tine, Iowa, F. E. Thomas, Rich
mond, Ind., L. Tournie, Kansas
City., J. F. Ziegler, Little River,
Kin., Daniel Nogelmeier, Bismark,
Last night's train came in some
thing over an hour late though it
was at first reported an hour and
forty five minutes late. Too bad
that our train isn't living up to
her reputation and deserving the
pride-.we feel in her though we
understand that the trouble is
caused by "our train having to
wait at Bay City for the Santa Fe.
"Evil communications corrupt
C. J. Macmanus of Corpus was
among last night's arrivals and is
registered at the Miller.
Misses Volz and D. , Rousset
returned yesterday to their schools
down the Point Isabel line.
C. W. Connally, a grocery man
of Cuero, was among the arrivals
last night and is stopping at the
J. G. Roth, Lowney's candy
man, left this morning for Corpus
and Laredo, after spending yester
day in town.
Dr. J. H. Florence who has been
away for several weeks visiting his
old home in Dallas and other places
up-state, returned home last night-
H. Pennington, who has spent
several days here visiting his broth
er, customs inspector E. Penning
ton, left this morning for his home
Geo. McGonigle was an outgoing
passenger this morning after spend
ing several days here in the interest
of his house, The Western Grocer
F. Z. Bishop- of Dallas and H.
L. Hatch of La Morielle, Iowa,
were among the arrivals of last
night and are registered at the
Major E- Jadwin and Cap. J
L.. (Jakes, government engineers
in charge of rivers and harbor work,
were passengers to the Point yes
C. C. Byram, the artesian wel
man of Soldadito, left this morning
via Matamoros for Ebano where
he is at work digging a well for
the Soldadito people.
E. B. Leightou who has been
here three or four days looking af
ter the dry goods business for his
house, A. B. Frank of San Antonio,
eft on this morning's train.
Fred Kowalski returned last
night from his and Mike Wise's
hunting trip and reports a lovely
trip. He is hiding out his game
dlled and his family have not seen
it so far.
Messrs. Heustis and Johnson,
the first, division superintendent
of the St. L. B. & M., the iatter a
railroad contractor and' the man
who built the St. L. B. & M., re
turned last night from a day spent
at the Point.
Mrs. Frank Munro of Kosse,
Texas, who has been here for
several days, returned this morning
to Raymondville where she has
been visiting her daughter, Mrs.
Weaver, wife of the station agent
at that place.
Isaac Kline, representing the
. i . r.t
lmmicraiion department oi tnc
Pock Island, with headquarters at
Chicago, was an arrival last night
and is spending today investigating
the country along lines pertaining
to his business.
W. B. Strong of Roodhouse,
111., who has been here for several
days prospecting, left on this morn
ing's train and expressed himself
as highly pleased' with what he
saw of the country. He expects
to return shortly and will probably
Jay C. Van Kirk, who with his wife
and child has been here for a few
days, left this morning for Sebas
tian where he has purchased. land
and is erecting a house aud improv
ing generally. Mrs. Van Kirk and
child will remain here until their
house is completed, after which he
atnily will live at Sebastian.
Chas. Longuet, a prosperous
plantation owner of Markham,
Texas, returned last night from a
trip yesterday to Diaz where he
went to confer with Messrs. Silver,
Carter, and others in charge of the
Yoakum canal in regard to settle
ment of business matters connected
with the canal in the digging of
which Mr. Longuet was consider
ably interested as a contractor.
A wholesome cream of tartar
baking powder. Makes the
finest lightest, best flavored
biscuit, hot-breads, cake and
Alan and.alam-phosphatc pow
ders arc injurious. Do not
use.Jhcnz.' Examine ike label.
knu cAjoi-c powoeh to., he tcx "
Rooms for rent in Combe build
ing, southern exposure. 9-17-tf.
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.
Rubber Tire Carriage on Call
CITY 'TIN SHOP
Fidel Arevalo, Prop.
All "Kinds of Tin Work Done
.Promptly aud Xeatly,
Patronage Respectfully Solicited
Offict la Frect sf Cirtslic Ctnrtb
Cheep for Cash
Dry Goods, Notions, Hats,
Caps, Clothing, Shoes, Cloaks,
Skirts, Gents' Furnishing
Goods, Trunks, Grips, Etc., Etc.
All At Prices That Defy Competition
After being sworn in most office
holders are sworn at.
No man every got a pain in his
back from carrying his neighbor's
CAN YOU SOLVE THIS REBUS?
All the readers of this newspaper are undoubted
ly familiar with the interesting rebuses which have
appeared in the Ladies' Home Journal. We have
had prepared for us a rebus on similar lines, and
will give a prize or present of value to the first
person who solves the rebus correctly.' We are
sure that this contest will create interest in every
The'only condition of the. cenFest is' that no an
swer? shall be brought to us before Thursday
In writing your unswer, write on one side of the
paper. Do not write anything excepting your
answer to the rebus and your name.
m BOLLACK STO
Frontier Lumber Co.
Building Supplies of Every De
The Beebe Hotel
Ssm Fordyce, Texas
C P. Welles, Prop, and Wgr,
Best Rooms and Meals in Town
YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED
MAGNOLIA HAIRY FARM
Pure Jersey Milk
25c per Gallon
Geo. At Putegnat
Plans and Specifications Tur
nished on Short Notice
The Brownsville Grocery Co.
The Best on
W. H. CLAY " Proprietors K. H. McDAVITT
Wise S& Newman
You may have noticed that the
more an office holder, talks about
resigning, the tighter- .he clings to
Crosse- Blackv. ell's
Just Received By
A Full Line Of
Stodebaker Buggies, Surreys,
Phaetons, Ro a d Wagons,
Runabouts and Prospectors'
SOLD AT LOWEST CASH PRICES
CALL AND SEE THEM .
Also Fish Bros,' Wagons
Charter Oak Stoves
J. $. $ M. H. CROSS,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Dry Goods. Books (B Shoes
Winchester Arms Ammunition
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Lumber, Shingles, Doors, Sash,
Binds and Builders' Hardware
BROWNSVILLE, TEX. MATAMOROS, MEX.
1 TOILET SUPPLIES
Our stock of toilet necessities was never more complete than
now. The first time you come to our drug store ask to look
at them. Per- l,,,1.e nuimurv haps you will
uiLLmrtMo riiftMiirtVi of anytbintr at
but it will con-
not be in need
vice you that phone 40. Mail and Pbonc Orders we can serve
you better than PromptIy Altended To. jJ anyone else.
We are doing everything in
our power to make this the best'and most convenient drug
store for you to trade with. Special messenger service.
THIS SPACE RESERVED FOR THE
Eagle Drug Store
WATCH FOR THEIR AD.
A DELICIOUS DRINK
A Pure Coffee Scientifically Blended to Satisfy the
Try a Can if You are not Perfectly Satisfied Your
Money Will be refunded.
Sold by Brownsyiiie Grocery Company, .Wise & Newman
and John McGovern
Luzianne is sold under a pure food law".
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