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THE DAILY HERALD.
THURSDAY,' NOVEMBER. 29, 1906. LOCALvlTEMS. Weather. Observations taken at Fort Brown for 24 hours ending at 5 p. m. Xov. 28, show: Maximumjtetnpera tnre 62; minimum temperature 58. Cloudy; northerly winds. Precipita tion .9, Hot tamales at the Christmas Bazaar. Rooms for rent in Combe build ing, "southern exposure. 9-17-tf. A nice line of novelties at Ladies' Exchange. Thanksgiving services were held today at all the churches. For Sale: Sorghrum seed at 75 cents per bushel. Apply to J. V. Adams. ' Cakes, pies, etc. atXadies' 'Exchange- Fromcourtesy, tie Mexican flag is flying-over -the consulate today. For Sals: Forty fat turkeys at reasonable price. Apply at residence of J. B. Mc Allen, at. Dolls, dolls, dolls Ladies' Ex change. Japanese pottery, fans lamps, trays and nick-nacks at the Christ mas Bazaar. An active, wide-awake Mexican boy, aot afraid of work, is wanted at Thk Herald office. Apply at once. Watch this column for valuable tnforniztkxi couceraing the Christ ina; Bazaar. Ladies' Exchauge at Texas Confiecry Saturday afternoon, iegioaig at 3 p. m. The postofSce, custom house, hanks, and schools are observing Thaafksghwg today. Saata Clans has sent a consign ns eat of games and toys to the Cferfctaias Bazaar. A daiaty assortment of Christ mas gifts wHl'be on sale at the seatteverk table at the Christmas Bazaar, TfeeStaf of Life, "Good Clean Bread. pies and all kinds fancy cakes yur order to be had only at Clay's Bakery. Phone 97. Homdhceptss will find many tfemg to tfcetr Lieie at the Cbrist jaac Bazaar. WeddMg cakes a specialty. Prices $S to 25. Call and inspect art liaie of ntmaeats for fancy cafces before ordering elsewhere Cmv' Bakxsv, Phone 97. A new mHfply of Elewentary, MxjumI. tad Phyakal Geographies, Sjcksey' Fourtk Readers, and Tcca HwtirH have just arrived and arc read fur the public at the depOMtary. Time Hcxalu js requested to Mimrmmr that there will be an iui portanf mrting of tfee Woaiaits XiMHurr Society at the home of Mr, ft- C- Tucker tomorrow even g at J a 'dacL The new Migar frewt the San Iocs mi!! which opened up last Mdar it tk locfil warket, a4 i proNsawoed by ail who have itkd r la be the equal if not sotfertor f the beet that. Hidalgo Advaace. Antctrm Qmnwzrs, mixers, puttier, srifc&ars, mail order fxsepie. lc.. abeuld buy krauer's KK tff TKAK SBCKHTS. Regular price bttt bal. of last edition r as tong as they last. GvMamtcoi. Order quick.' Sioux Put. Ce,. Sutherland, Iowa. tf. Q. D, IftMstk, the popular div sepcrfnieudent of this division f l&e St. L. B. & M., has. we Jeaat, promoted to the po tHleu f general superintendent of tic read. Thk Herald con ggatwfrrtftfr him on hi promotion mm4. the Tzflread on its good judg assat ia tfee appointment. Jt ?yared that Hal Brennan wJtekas bees enpJoycd here for see iiae ta the passenger depot, Sta pat his resignation, severing JkSfi cKtclion with the St. L. B. Sc 5 U like effect Dec. 1. Hal kM JCtura to his home in Laredo wfeere fee has already accepted a pgsk&e with tJs-e I 2c G. X. PERSONALS, A. W. Amthor and wifereturned last night from a weeks visit to friends in-Cuero. Rev. W. H. Petty returned last night from a trip up the river in his ministerial capacity. Rev. H. X. Ross of Matamoros took Thanksgiving dinner with friends in Brownsville today. Miguel Fernandez returned last night from a several days business and hunting trip up the river. Jay C. Vankirk returned to town last night and spent today with his family, guests of the Miller. J. W. Davis come down from his work at Lyford last night and is taking dinner today "with his wife. M. Hanson and sou, Charley, returned home last night from a surveying expedition in Hidalgo county. Chas. Blalack came down last night from Harlingen and took Thanksgiving dinner with his home folks. B. E. Hinkley returned last night from a trip up the State where he has been in the interests of woodcraft." Miss Anne E. Dysart, principal of the Presbyterian school at Ma tamoros, is the guests of friends in Brownsville today. Theodore F Schmnucker of EI Paso, inspector of immigration, returned home today after spend ing yesterday in town. J. J. Cocke came home last night from his surveging work in Hi dalgo county and will sit at the head of his own table today, A. D. Rianhard of Kingsville, traveling auditor, of the St. L., B. & M. arrived in town last night and today checked out ' Hal Bren- nnn. Wilford and Charley Kenedy came in last night from the ranch to eat Thanksgiving dinner with the home folks and attend the ball tonight. Miss Mayme Alexander of Lare do, was among the arrivals of last night and will be here some time "visiting her friend, Miss Julia Bollack. John P. St. John, Sr., was an outgoing passenger this morning for a visit to Kansas City and expects to return about the 20th of December. Misses Mary and Margaret Bla lack came down last night from Harlingen where they are attend ing school, and spent today with the home folks. Frank Champion returned last night from his ranch at Santa Ma ria and reports good rains, good pastures, and good prospects for a good crop next year, all of which sounds good. - The PeacocK's Voice. She was a very beautiful woman, and she was very beautifully dress ed. She entered a Randolph street theater at last Saturday's matinee with a woman friend and handed her seat checks to an usher. As she swished and frou-froued down the aisle she appeared a personifi cation of all that is exquisite. The usher, the beauty and the friend arrived at the fjurth row from the footlights. The usher turned down the seats and bowed low as he handed back the checks. The beauty spoke: "Is them seats ourn?" she de manded shrjlly. The usher did not wince. He bowed thrice tis low as before. "Them seats is yourn," said he. A Chicago man presented his wife's ashes at a bank in order to withdraw her deposit. He said he had more use for the dust than the ashes. A New York man who invented a new explosive was Killed by nis own invention. Of course, he won't be alive to enjoy the royal ties, but he at least proved that it worked. A man in Trenton, N. J., has been arrested because he seated his wife on a hot stove. Does this! Bean that a man has no right to ' Avoid alum and alum phosphate baking "powders. The label law requires that all the ingredients be named tn the labels. Look out for the alum compounds. NOTE. Safely lies in buying only Royal Baking Powder, which is a pure, cresm of tartar baking pow. der, and the best thai can be madsk Thanksgiving Dinner. The following menu gives an idea of the feast that was enjoyed by the guests of the Miller hotel today, in celebration of the national Thanksgiving. The decorations of flowers and 'evergreens which were in evidence all about the long dining hall gave a festive air which added greatly to the pleasure of all who were so fortunate as to partake of dinner at the Miller today. Tomato Consoinm Celery Breaded Veal Green Peas Roast Turkey ' Bread Dressing Cranberry Sauce Mashed Potatoes Roasting Ears Sweet Entrees Asparagus on Toast Chicken Salad Boiled Custard Cake Ambrosia , Coffee ST1LLMAN DONATES New "York Banker Offers to Donate Money and a Site for Light 'and Waterwofk Plant. A telegram received here last night from JamesStillman of New York conveys his offer to donate a site for the electric light and "waterworks plant at any place it may be located. It also states that he will contribute moneys well, though tl'.s amount was not stated. BROWNSVILLE UNDERTAKING COMPANY Rubber Tire Carriage on Call PHONE 123 Rafael Gutierrez ... CARPENTER ... p F, SNIPES Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps, Clothing, Shoes, Cloaks, Skirts, Gents' - Furnishing Goods, Trunks, Grips, Etc., Etc r 1 I AH At Prices That Defy Competition Will work by the day, week month or by Contract. Orders may be left jt John W. Hoyt W. L. DAWSON Attorneyat-Lav and Land Agt. - Complete Abstract of Starr County Lands. Notary in Ofiice Rio (irandeCity Texas In Chicago the police are shoot ing at autos which exceed the speed limit. The pedestrian is awaiting with interest the outcome of this contest between his two natural enemies. irocenes Cheap for Cash Celaya Building. s 7 t t! M, Pat . mamng money ! vj-UW A IM JSK. 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 home. The only condition of the contest is that no an swer? shall, be brought to us before Thursday morning. ' - In writing your answer, write on one side of the paper. Do not write anything excepting yo'ir answer to the rebus and your name. BOLLACK STORE The Brownsville Grocery. Co. FEED STUFFS ' Alfalfa Hay Oats Prairie Hay Staple and Fancy Groceries We Sell BLUE VALLEY BUTTIiR The Best on .Earth W. H. CLAY Proprietors K. H. McDAVITT Wise (Sb Newman j roast his wife? i i j! It a. Imported Bacalao Mackerel Pickled Herring Smoked Herring Imported- Swias Cbetee Edam Cheese Staple and Fancy Groceries Ph 65 Fancy Crackers Heintz Pickles Crosse- Blackwell 's Jams Maple Syrup Breakfast Foods r H Just Received By M. FIELD ' A Full Line Of Studebaker Baggies, 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 M. H. CROSS, WHOLESALE DEALERS IN Dry Goods, Boots (Sb Shoes . Winchester Arms (8h Ammunition Wholesale and Retail Dealers m Lumber, Shingles, Doors, Sash, Binds and Builders' Hardware BROWNSVILLE, TEX. MATAMOROS, MEX. g TOILET SUPPLIES OX- 1 B I I OX- ox- i Our stock of toilet necessities was never more complete thau now. The first time you come to our drug- store ask to look I'tln S WILLMAN'S PHARMACY S51 the moment, but it will con- vice you that phone -10. Mail and Phone Orders we can serve you better than PromplIy AUended To. 4 anyone else. We are doing everything in our . power to make this the best and most convenient drug store for vou to trade with. Special messenger .service. THIS SPACE RESERVED FOR THE Eagle Drug Store WATCH FOR THEIR AD. A DELICIOUS DRINK Stuffed Olires A A A A ( TT V w v V U W LUZIANNE COFFEE A Eure Coffee Scientifically Blended to Satisfy the Most Fastidious. Try a Can if You are not Perfectly Satisfied Your Money Will be refunded. SoW by Brownsville Grocery Company, Wise k Newman and John McGovern X'- Luzianne is sold under a pure food law. -S3 r- X3 X3 i i X3i r-1 xo XO 1 to