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   Brownsville Herald (Newspaper) - October 17, 1911, Brownsville, Texas                                James B Wells AttorneyatLaw Successor to Powers Masan Powers Wells Wells tro Wells Rentfro HicKs Wells Stayton Kleberg Buy and sell realestate and investigate land titles A complete attract all titVes ol recod Cameron County exas Practice m all State and Federal Courts when especially employed LAND LITIGATION AND CORPORATION PRACTICE W SEABURY Lawyer Practices in all State and Federal Courts Regular attend ance on District Courts of Cameron Hidalgo Starr and IMU ces counties Land titles and water rights investigated Office in Herald KnWve Brownsville Tex ileteorological Benprt Brownsville October IT Meteorological data for ithe last 21 Barometer at 7 a in 2982 Barometer at 7 ip m Temperature at 7 a m7S Maximum Ttamrierature 915 Minimum Temperature 77R Associated Press Washington Oct Fair and Wodnesday ii IINCOSPORATEDI r Hidalgo County Texas n HHNRVP GRIFFIN JAMHS II EDWARDS ICouvrv aml Trensllrer Secretary OF RECEIVING PERFECT WORK Dr H L D Kirkham Physician and Surgeon General prtclice with diiuses Eye Nose and Throat Office over Putegnats Pharmacy Dr ELLA GRAY PHY8ICIAN AND SUSGEOK Office jf ours 9 to H na 4 ÍQ 6 p m MISSION TEXAS Dr W H DEAR DENTIST Over Eagle Pharmacy Phone 302 C H Thorn DENTIST 1318 Elizabeth St Phone 51 0 Columbia Hornless Grapbopbone and new records A F Di Hear tman demon A called meeeting1 of Treble Cief Hub u bry over new music Tues day October 17 1911 at p m MARGARET HANSON Cec and IT reas Plain and Ornamental PLASTERING P 0 Box 572 Brownsville Tex Wüüam E Hawkins Frank C Pierce Hawkins Pierce Columbia Bitters 75 cents per bot tle Crixells Saloon Arrests Are first half of the month of October been very iuiet in police circle Thiie have been but three arrests and on lr has been assessed im fines Attorneys find OoaascIIora at Brownsville Texas Will practice In all State and eral Courtll Fed DUVAL WEST San Antonio Texaj WR JONES WmS WEST Brownsville JONES WEST 6 WEST AttorneysatLaw TRACY OTIS Architects Mechanical H Office over Valley Plumbing Supply Co Brownsville Texas and O r Chmpin Gee P Brow CHAPÍN AttorneysatLaw Brownsville Texas EH GOODRICH SCTN AttorneysatLaw Morlgage Loans Dealers In Real Están Property in Stnal Tracti City Country Property Cínitrón County ÁfaitritL Largest stock of cement in the Valley It will pay you to buy of vs Grant Lumber Co 23tf Oiled floors are the fashion now in Brownsville They do look very pretty iperlhaijs housekeepers are sure Wicy are heaKhful than dusty Xloors just not If we didnt sell paper on the walL cut gliss ior automobile lamps wed frame pictures anyway Brownsville Wall Paper Co S10tf Assisting the Plu vius look a hand in the work of set tling the dust yesíerday aCiarnoon THE 3ÍÁEZES GOIÍSIBEE THE STEEET OILING1 Doubtful As to Whether the Work Will Prove Al most Completed Responding to the call of the pre sident filie Civic Miss Anna Kelly thc members of the exe cutive cociwnitteeof the league met yesterday maniing ait tte hojne oí Capí ajid Mrs Wan Kelly on Wash ington street to discuss the street cuingsituation and consider whelh er it is satisfactory so far The work is now nearly completed tiuere re maining only pans oí Elizabeth and Washington streets to rinsh Tlic oiler was at worlc on tlhese todcy when the rain caused a cessaiion of hiwork It is expcctetl Chat the Magnolia Oil Company as soon as the work is entirely finished will rcciuest the payment cf the first installment on ilie work winch was agreed upon at IThoso constituting ths executive committee all of whom were present at the meeting were Mrs Hawkins vice president of the leasu Mrs Morris Mrs KeneclyMrs R B Crea ser Mrs Noah Allen and Mrs Fer nandez besides the president Miss Anna Kelly Same oí ihé ladies twere emphati caJly of the opinior that the oiling is not saUsfacLDry Others thought there had not been sufficient tinre for the new oil no be tested and hop it might prove efficaciouvs All criticised tlhe work however It TVOS decided finally itbat tire league should tialce counsel of a numiber oí tihe prominent business men before coming to a decision in thc matier The meetingwas adjourned Subjcct to call by tihc president As the regular meetirig oí the Civlc League be held Friday is probably matter will not be taken up again unfil then 1 EIEGTOKAI BEIiE GATES Visit Padre Island Several Get In Voluntary Bath Spanish lessons children ladies by Miss Elisa L Castan Contract Lather and Plasterer Residence 309 St Charles St I BDX535 BROWNSVILLE TEX AS Brownsville Mfg Co Equipped for all kinds of interior Finishings Let us figure on your frames and remodeling four store fronts We make counters and Bhelvos Handle plate glass Outside orders promptly attended to Phone or write uswe are at your command Yours Brownsville Mfg Co C F L Bock Manager DR W P WOODALL Physican and Surgeon Office over Brownsville Drug Co 12 furs of army practice A W CUNNINGHAM and ladies by Miss Elisa L Castancda graduate Mexico Stnce Normal Ap ply for terms etc at 1517 Madison Licensed to issred ja marriage terdny afternoon noLuis Barrera and Miss Micella MarUiez Come to The Grand tonight Ex Aanies fuhis A number of delegatesto theeleo toral college at Maitamorcs from OuerraTvene the guests of Aldermaii Teófilo Grixell yesterday They TVCIIII to Pt Isaibel on thie morning train and after Ivaving dinner at Teftersoa ínn all boarded the little launih and saülcd orarito Padre Island AH but fouirof the party took a dip in the thereby ihaugs a tale The party iWrat diid go iri batuinjt re solved that those did not go in volunitarily should bo treatedto a good ifluckins As tlie party staltvcd to return a nortlner blew up and it Tas decided to put Wck toPadre men that did not igo bttthlng ware riuduccd lío einor the little skiff on the pretext that it would be un safe for so many the launch So tilre viotiras piled into the skiff Thay had 110 sooner seated themselves when the water began ta wasli in They became frightened thinking the boat miLght Sink Whie they were thus thinking awave came along and upset the skiff landing ithem in tine bay There i ivas a live ly mime for a minute but when they discovered that thiswater was not very deep their tear tlisappeured ITbe party returned to the Point soaked ns they were in the rain Aldicrmar Crixells guests were Dionicio Ochoa Regulo Flores Juve nal Filenían Flores Anto nio M Gurciá Elíseo Salís Eugenio Gutierrez Felipe Leonardo Guerra Jesus M Castañeda rarfioi S many havc a n Lie coj n the jxitclics j litar UiuiKi 1 pKiKiri Mtex or yw or dora into Vhy uut today HICKS HABDWWAEE C02TPANY Satisfaction Assured PEHSOWILS BROWNSVILLE TEXAS Capita and Surplus San Benito For Pool Players T Partlow of a Dallas liarpool room fixture house was in city yesterday Mr Partiow f closed an offer witili Mr If E OiricePractice Only fw of rr I pool and billiard parlor Harlmgen Texas If we didnt sell paper on the wall cut glass for automobile lamps frame pictures anyway Brownsville Wall Paper Co Phons 1011rf The learners Tihe firiit regular meetinK of ths Learnors Club for the session 1Ü11 12 was ihflld at the residence of Mrs Barbotir on Satunlay Oct 1 4 teen members answered to roll eatih giving some iimporfent current evomt Mrs Perkms puper cm The Louisiaiia Purchiase uiu y geod Kise of Political Parties was the a short sketch by Mrs Rowe whJca ivas nharouKhly linstruutive Discussions of the Triumphs erfChe Young Republic LSI 2181 and tihe Doc led by Mrs Oreager aTidMrs jferideijhall respectively proved vtrv Ttese were iollowedby the reading of The American Drake by Miss G Kelly Queries on he Names Of American Politiical JPartics con cliKiied by Mrs was liilifler for the days lessonbrought the to a nlose and the club toimeiit with Miss Bell on October 21st Noah AMI U S Dint Ally ALLEN RICH ATTORNEYS Brownsville and Chapín Rich A Goldammer GENERAL CONTRACTOR PHONE 95 Brownsville Texas Parties having business with the district clock of Cameron County Texas will find him at the court house in the district court r3orn i from 0 a m to 12 m and from 2 p I m to 1 p m LOTUS KOWALSK1 District Clerk Cameron Co i t J S BEER SALOON EL NARAKJO KANCH B B KENTPRO A B COLE Rentfro Cole ATTOKNET8 AT IJAW Roonit 7911 vivier L Fleming Contractor and Builder Old gold and silver for our manu facturing department Watch and jewelry repairing GUARANTEED RFED JEWELRY OPTICAL COMPANY who reside on Carrera ranch near Matamoros came to Browns ville yestorday forthe pur pose of being uniied in marrige IThey sccursid the services of Justice of the Peace Cavilo who parfornvad ceroTiinny in lii injprKssivc stylo after which the hajipy imir ra turrcd to clieir home aoanas tte Rio Bravo RealEstate Transfers Tie iollcwingwarranty deodswere riled far record hi the county clerks office yesterday YsidOfTO G Garza to Jose Baste i ro the rear HO feet at Jots 7 S and 9 in block 10 San Benito Fplicidad Villareal de Esparza to CO eicres of land in She old Pedro Val larrea on tlhc BrownsvilleSanta Maria road J David to E L Fender lot C in block Harlinsen Tan C Hill Town and 1mprovc hlcck No 82 Harlingein Sarnie to aarnp lots Nos S and 0 in blocl 69 Karlingen J P StenSienson 10 M F Murtf lets P and in block 73 E 0 Anguera wasin on business yesierday J G HuTiran was in Harlinsen on business yesierlay Charles Champion camc to Browns Fií ville from thi Point last night call i j w returned yesUirday Crom a busiiiKs visit to Chvisti J B Rooncy of Dallas who wasa business visitsT here yerciuay for McAHen C M Warner of San Juai ed home yestenlay aftera shor U visit here I Del Bradley of MoAllen spent Siin diy Brownsville hojno yestrday Thornivg D Ksnnetiy of Dalláis wlrJ has been hereon business left yesterday morning for San Antonia D C Hall of Corpus Christi hVsre yes terday afternoon for llailihgen J R Oliver of Paris Texas has been here on left yos iarday morning for San Ren William ONiel of San Antonio re ycscerday after a febovt business in Brownsville Carl Vuckow of McAllen reUuived home yesterday mcriiing after a short visit to friends in Brownsville Mrs E Hoffman oí San Antonio who lws been visiting he brother Do you want an independent income for life 10 Acres Under Irrigation in Will assure you onc You can bay now but may not be able to do so when prices go up IT WILL PAY YOU TO INVESTIGATE Mr left for home this morn ing I Miss Jessye Dudley and Miss Tooste Tucker of San Benito were in the yesterday on a shoiwins cvpeJi tion j T Love at Sweden in Willacy County who was here businnss left for his home yestorday aftcr FEONTIER CONSTEÜCTION CO GENERAL CONTRACTORS 6 Puente Bid Telephone No 150 Brownsville Texaa EAGLE PHARMACY We Invite you to trade us One visit and you will come again TRY US on your prescriptions no matter whose they are Sole Agents for the REXALLREMEDIES BOTICA DEL ÁGUILA QE LeRAY Prop Do you 3tnow thilt thefinest line of wail paper paints and varnlshes in Southwest Texas Is carried by hp Frontier Lumber Co Figure with us on your wall papering ü13tí To Sell Contraband rp rine has hfon posted on rhc ibullotin in front oí thecustoms office in the federal buildins tfnat on Oc tjber at 10 oclock two head or cuttle will at auction pro vided MHowjier does not appear and claim stock Freight Receipts The freight receipts of the St T7 B and M Ry Co lor Sunday ard Menday were cars of merchandise 1 of hay 1 of flour 4 oí gravél 1 of harreis 2 oí lumber 1 cif cotton seed hulls i ofradiatori and S of liarley oars of lof rice 1 of oil 1 of tile 1 of icess 1 of box mauerial and 1 of ties Struck by chim ney of the residence of Mrs CarrKm E Alonso was struck by lighlnins yesterday afternoon at oclock No Perious damage was done only a few bricks being dislodged The resi dence is situated at Sixth ami streets and is occupied by Mrs Alon so and her daugJrtorMiss Irene Alon so H L FITCH Contractor Builder Sash Doors and Mill Work FACTORY ON 8th ST FACING RAILROAD BILLS Tiburcio Gonzaks VEINTE NEGRO BEER SIXTH AND JASKSON NO 707 We have Cor sale many old papers Will sell or trade for old rags Tlie Herald DITTMAN TEEATKE TÍIE RIGHT GIRL COMRADES Biograph THE IXSURRECTO Story offive Mexican up rising Qais Corn Bran Chops Alfalfa Sorghum Etc TRY ODR RICE BRAN AND MOLASSES NO FEED EQUALS IT A WATERING TROUGH FOR YOUR HORSE AND ICE WATER FOR YOU NO TROUBLE TO QUOTE PRICES 1215 LEVEE STREET BROWNSVILLE TEXAS G Y Dennett of Mericdes visibnl relatives in Brownsville Mr Dennett returned UOTIIC yystcyday morning J G Decker oí Mission visiUil rel atives in Brownsville Sunday Mr Decker returned ihoaw yesterday mornins E L Nor th ami af Terii VUO lias been in ah e cHy on business made a business trip to San Benno yesterday R F Senf who for sonic thno has been employed in Wellevs sa loon 1aft yesterday attxrmjon for his in Beoville Judge James B Wells accompani ed by liis son J K Wells returned Browiisvilje last nighit after spending a few dayj at Ft Isabel Mrs W X Pearson and Baby Pearson arrived yesterday from Mr Pearson met them at Harlingen anti actsai pan th em home Dr and Mrs Fjxiderlck J Combe arrived ficm San Antonio on thc noon train for a abort stay They to remain about tern days and will occupy Dr Conilies rc sidence on street whilc here Rev Vicente Salas of Matamoros who went to Auin to witness the Columbus Day calcbntiin rolunicil ihome yesterday Oledonio M Cirra f this city who accoinpanied father Salas to Austin also returned yes terday They paid San Antonio a visit on flic way home Attorney of Beanmont spent SuiisJay and Monday at Point Isabel returning to this city last might ft was Mr Glasscocks first visit to and Ire w assu r prisMl to learn tliat Uiere was such an ideal pleasure resort so close to Brbwusville PAPER GLASS WIR1C GOODS PAINTS VAR NISHES ETC EVERYTHING FOR THE BUILDING TRADE SEND YOUR ORUBUS FOR ODD SIZES OP GLASS TO US WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF THIS WORK LARGEST STOCK OFWATL PAPliR IN SOUTHWEST TEXAS PROMPT ATTENTION TO ALL J C DeB R U IN PHONES 1S9AND 264 Phone 210 MRSF GGARZA SIÍCCSSSOS TO CELEDONIO GARZA STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES FREE DELIVERY Accident Plate Glass Employers Liability Insurance W K MENDENHALL Brownsville Texas HOTEL LUX 1211 Adams St American and European Plan Your Patronage Solicited G W LUX Prop iGeo Hamlinck Promptly attended to All work guaranteed Jiiiuder ofCemont walks curbs etc Formerly with RufQ Isláná Granitoid Company Box 527 Brirezsvile   

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