Brownsville Herald in Brownsville, Texas
24 Jan 1920

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24 Jan 1920

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Brownsville Herald (Newspaper) - January 24, 1920, Brownsville, Texas Saturday january 24. 1020 the Brownsville daily Herald Page this Bank gives to its smallest savings account the same St Tong Protection that is afforded its largest depositors. The smallest depositor also receives the same personal interest that is Given to oar most veined accounts. 4 pct.1"ss&Quot 4 pct the first National Bank of Brownsville the oldest banking institution in Camaron county. Mrs. M. V. Starck a Pioneer is dead \ # came to Brownsville is 1851 As a baby and resided Here nearly 70 years extra residence bargain Corner levee and Stillman streets too foot fronting levee Street 2-Story and half 18 Roo a Frame residence Mode i convenience garage Well located. Can be had right now for less than it Woald Cost to build he House. Call on Hio Eliza Bat Street. Mrs. M. V. Starch a resident of Brownsville since the Early �?T50s, died Friday afternoon at 5 30 at the Home of her daughter mrs. Frank Rabb. Mrs. Starek a i been ill for some time. Bor Chihuahua Mexico in mrs. Starch came to Brownsville at the age of two or three years and has seen the City Row from what. Was Little More than a mexican Vil em1up Pul Lase to the present City of 15,000 who has been to his people. In 1864 she was married Toby me a major f. E. Sturck who died in threatened a l. Stell Browns Villa Texas. City news with California in 1906. Three children survive her and All were with her at death. The children Are mrs. Frank Rabb mrs. Arthur Thayer and f. A Starck. Her brother John Kenedy ten Days being an attack of pneumonia is again Able to be around though he has not fully recovered from the effects of the illness. Game Basket Ball of Sarita also survives her. Besides it mos scheduled for this afternoon her children mrs. Starck is mourned i Between the Brownsville and Wilson tract teams have been postponed because of the weather and the Muddy roads. The locals were scheduled to play on the Wilson tract courts. Purina poultry feeds More eggs sturdy Chicks Supply just received in Mon a no far of fresh Purina. Som in Checkerboard bags Only. Order May from Mason Grain company Nursery Trees Are mighty scarce sizes and varieties Are going fast never before have nurserymen been faced with such an overwhelming demand for Nursery Stock. It is almost impossible to secure Good Trees of certain varieties. Orders Are being bonked far ahead and the late Comer is doomed to disappointment. Growers of the Valley Are indeed fortunate in that we Are Able to offer them a Complete Stock of the Best varieties one year two year and three year old tops on four five and six year old sour Orange roots. These Are pedigreed Trees in All that the name implies budded from known Parent Trees of known Quality and Quantity of production. Growers expecting to Plant Trees this season should see us and make arrangements to have their Trees reserved at once for w e Are receiving Many inquiries from Florida for Trees and some big planter or company is liable at any time of buy our entire Stock. The owners of the Nursery expect to Plant Over too acres to oranges and grape fruit so Here goes about 10,000 of our Best Trees at one clip. We will have a Carload rolling from Central Florida in a few Days and we advise you to get your land ready and Plant some of these if possible. Trees planted in january usually make a great Deal better growth than those planted later. And remember we Are Selling you Trees for less than the grower in California has to his nurseryman Over there. Think this Over and Reserve your Trees at once Harlingen Nursery a largest Nursery in the Valley Herbert Wall baritone mrs. Fred Jones pian1ste in concert at dreamland theatre monday january 26th at 8 30 p. M. Presented by Brownsville rotary club Benefit of Brownsville boy scouts program i. A hear me be winds and Waves a aria opera Scipio Handel or. Wall. In i a a in victus. Huhn b a Nita Ghana. De Koven. C a a Book of verses d a moving Finger from the Rubaiyat James Rogers .j.mr. Wall. Nil. Piano group. Selected. Mrs. Jones in. A Teri tue aria from a masked balls Verdi ./.mr. Wall. V. A a Bois a Paisa old French. Lully by to charmed modern French. Chausson c a Donna Orrei mor Rirs italian. Tosti d a impress Ione italian. Sibella. Or. Wall i. Negro spirituals. A a nobody knows the trouble tse seen Burleigh b a i want to be ready. Burleigh. C a i done to feel noway to Rod Burleigh. D a de old Ark is Moverine. Guien. I. Or. Wally thirteen grand children and four great grand children and by the members of several of the old resident families with whom she was indirectly related. Blessed with an unusual mind mrs. Starck was one of the Best informed i persons on Border happenings in the City. Her tales of the development of the Border from its wildest period j to its present peaceful state were a1-j ways a source of interest to her children relatives and friends of a later period. Funeral services will be held this afternoon at 4 30 of clock from the residence of mrs. Rabb to the sacred heart Church. Interment will be made in the City cemetery. The funeral services will be conducted by father j. B. Frigon pastor of the sacred heart Church. The pall bearers selected from among mrs. Starcks closest friends Are honorary capt. Win. Kelly e. C. Forto Joe Webb Joe Celaya sr., r. 13. Creager John Gregg. Active o. C. Sauder e. K. Goodrich Augustin Celaya Leopoldo Ruiz James a. Browne and a. Ash Heim. Excursion lists . C. Bowie of the j. C. Bowie realty company of san Benito last night brought a party of Twenty land excursion lists who have been visiting the tracts handled by the san Benito concern to Brownsville. Today the Northern visitors Are being taken to the Points of interest around Brownsville and to Matamoros. Early in we predicted High lumber prices. Our predictions proved Correct. However lumber prices have barely kept Pace with other necessities. A \ i Silil k a Frontier lumber co via ii =3t�. Texas grape fruit and Lemons just arrived at California fruit shop 1220 Elizabeth St. Nice to Send North to friends. Unable to servedur1ng War he joins Navy now by Hie associated press Elpaso Tex., Jan. 24.�?harry Nelson Smith a a Railroad Many from Omaha neb., having been unable to serve the government during the world War has paid his debt to Uncle Sam by joining the Navy. He was recently accepted by the local Navy recruiting station. A i was unable to go during the War a Smith said. A Mother was sick and the draft Board at Home classed me As an a exempt a saying i was employed a an essential Industry. I vowed then that when the Opportunity presented itself i would Clear the debt i owe Uncle Sam and now in be done to return to . T. Burnett former Secretary of the Board of City development who has been in Dallas since the Christmas holidays is expected to return to Brownsville either tomorrow or monday. Personal is try a classified and. A fiets tto peels off Horas painlessly off they come like banana skin. 2 or 3 drops that Sall. There a a murderous painful Way to get rid of corns and then there is the peaceful glorious a Peel it or a gets it Quot Way. After you have tried a a Geta it a you will say Quot Nayer Cut it quit it Quot get Elf peels of again to All other methods. This is because gets it is the Only Corn remover on Earth that makes corns Peel off just like a banana skin. Two or three drops will do the work without fussing or trouble. You apply it in 2 or 3 seconds. It dries immediately. A Igeta it does the rest without bandages plasters blood bringing knives or razors. Get rid of that Corn pain at once so that you can work and play without Corn torture. Be sure to use it never Falls. A gets Ltd the Only sure guaranteed Money Back Corn remover costs but a trifle at any drug Stere. St by Al Lawrence amp co. Chicago. In dont despair if you Are troubled with pesos or aches feel tired have headache indigestion insomnia painful pass age of urine you win find Relief in Gold medal the world s Standard remedy for kidney liver Budder and vie add troubles and National remedy of Holland since m9& three Siam All druggists. Guarantee. Leek fee Ake name Geld medal in every it j. L. Arlitt Austin Bond buyer in the City on a business Mission. T. A Sheldon of Houlton is in the City on business today. Wiley Jones and Sam Mullins of Corpus Christi Are among today a visitors in the City. H. P. Brown of Dallas was among last nights arrivals in Brownsville. Ray m. Heck and f. A. Dupree of san Antonio Are business visitors in the City. Or. And mrs. C. Newman of Harlingen Are among today s visitors in Brownsville. Owen Oliver of san Antonio is in Brownsville on a business Mission. W. R. Lubbock formerly of Brownsville but now living in Donna is in the City on business today. L. G. Reed and c. A. Pennington of Corpus Christi Are among today a visitors in Brownsville. Or. And mrs. W. T. Potter of Erie 111., who Are spending the Winter at Donna were the guests this week of Rev. And mrs. Lewis p. Kopp. They spent a Day on the coast at Point Isabel. S. H. Reed of Springfield Ohio brother of a. W. Reed commercial manager for the Western Union Telegraph company a local office arrived in Brownsville last night. Or. Reed plans to spend the remainder of the Winter in Brownsville. New Stom opens tis doors today 1 a Besteiro amp Bennevendo with arge Stock and 12 clerks is ready f r business the mercantile firm of Besteiro amp Bennevendo opened its doors for business today in the Besteiro store building Corner of twelfth and Adams streets. The new firm starts Ife career with a Complete line of Standard clothing and dry goods and with a building that has been remodeler inside to make it one of the most convenient in the City. Although the firm is new neither Manuel Besteiro nor Alfonso Bennevendo the firm members Are new to Brownsville people. Or. Besteiro is a native of Brownsville and has been in the mercantile business Here for twelve years. Or. Bennevendo was formerly a resident of Matamoros but has been stationed in Brownsville As vice Consul for the mexican government for six years. Or. Bennevendo resigned from the consular service on the first of Janu j Ary. The concern recently purchased the clothing Stock and fixtures of the d. L. Spero store and raved them to the new quarters. The Standard lines handled by or. Spero will be continued by his Succo a it is and will be augmented by other grades. A we intend to try and fit every purse a or. Besteiro said today. The store h&3 been department Zed and its two lines of menus and women a goods will be Kejas separate As possible. Twelve experienced clerks have been employed and the Best possible attention is assured the customers. Announcements have been received in Brownsville of the marriage at Mcallen on tuesday evening january 13, of miss Josephine Lee daughter of or. And mrs. O. K. Lee of Mcallen to colonel. Ben Gordon Whitehead editor of the Rio Grande miming Sun of Mcallen. Colonel. And mrs. Whitehead will be at Home at 20th Avenue and Lith Street Mcallen after january 25. Attention sportsmen Ano Hunters .1 owing to the cling of the Duck we Are telling 12, 16 and 20-Guage Ajax Climax and Rojas Shotgun shells at a great reduction. Bor Derland hardware in. 1-23-5? ii. A a-------a.,. A a Wood Yard fire Wood of Ebony dry and Good Wood for stoves of any size. Call 13th Taylor St., or phone 662. Frank Alvarez. If 62 you cant work. Weil with a cold relieve it with or. Bell s Pine tar Honey nobody likes to be around a person suffering from a heavy cold. It exposes them needlessly. You can take care of your Job and keep business and social engagements shortly after you begin using or. Belles Pine tar Honey. For it is prompt in after you begin using or. Belles in Honey. For it is prompt in helping nature expel phlegm allay inflammation ease breathing and driving away irritating coughs. Use it a give it to the kiddies. Done to suffer a minute longer than you have to. The ingredients used in or. Belles Pine tar Honey Are highly beneficial in promoting the Relief cold sufferers seek. Safe and economical. At All druggists. 30c., 60c., $1.20. Give the family Espo Correct those tardy bowels naturally smoothly comfortably with to do lax. Liven the Lazy liver. Keep the family healthy pahk cheeked. Free from constipation and its Dang a results. 60 c. Druz Aista everywhere. To Noial i Tonzo is pm dyed her faded skirt also a Coal a a a i Quot Diamond dyes make shabby apparel Tiet like new�?8o easy army recreation officials in emf a a a a i 1 i la col. Jot major Page and others inspect recce Alioa i and vocational work it. Cold Jason h. Joy head of the army recreational and vocational ser i vice miss Elsie l. Guenther. Jame h. Buell and George s. Sloan of Washington and major j. Watt Page in charge of the work in the Southern department Are in the City in the course of their tour of the department and the work carried on. The party yesterday visited the army service club at fort Brown and the vocational training building no under construction and the clubs maintained by the Community service. They will leave this afternoon for san Antonio and will go from there to the Del Rio Section. Major Page is Well acquainted with the Brownsville District. When governor o. B. Colquitt called the Texas National guard to the Border in 1914 major Page was then in command of company a fourth Texas infantry from fort Worth. Again when the National guard was mobilized by presidential order major Page came Back to the Border and when the fourth u. A infantry was ordered to Gettysburg pa., to prepare for overseas service major Page served As Post adjutant at fort Brown. Colonel Whitehead of the Sun is a Benedict i Ender steaks a in Quot Quot if sirloin and tenderloins club steaks. And round steaks a specially Fine assortment we Haye right now. These Are the kind of steaks that sell quickly. So come in Early and avoid disappointment. We also have a Nice lot of salted am smoked meats in Stock. T f All orders promptly and carefully attended Texas meat Market City Market \ Brownsville Tex. Handles Only the choicest meats. Brownsville a wholesale and Quot manufacturing Enterprise e. B. Cami Ade amp Ca wholesale grocers till and Fronton Ste. Phone 450. Brownsville Texas. E. L. Howard amp co. Manufacturers agents exporters import by 1021 Elizabeth St. Phone 426. Brownsville. Texas. Champion wholesale grocery co Grain Hay. Mill products. Office Mill and elevator 4th and Fronton its. Phone 151. Brownsville. Texas. Houston packing co. Beef and pork packers. Lard and Oil run Fem. Office and Plant 6th Aad Proton Ste. Pin. A. Brownsville Texas. A min a a it coca cola bottling co. Quot makers of the bests sodas and confections 809 St. Charta St. Phi. 233. Brownsville Texas. H. L. Fitch Mill work general. Con. Tractor Wood Brick. Stee Concrete. Mill and office. 8th and Railroad. Pfc a. Oso. Herald classified ads results. Try Mem we re at your with Good ice Good service reasonable Prate Peoples ice company every druggist in townsfolk druggist and everybody a drug Gist has noticed a great falling off in the Sale of Calomel. Ali Efcy All give the same reason. Dodson Sliver tone is taking its place. Ita Calomel is dangerous and people know it while. Dodson liver tone is perfectly Safe and gives better results a prominent local a a Dodson Sliver tone instead Dodson liver tone is personally guaranteed by every druggist who Sells it. A Large bottle costs but a few cents and if it fails to give easy Relief in every Case of liver sluggishness and constipation you have Only us ask for your Money Back Dodson Sliver tone is a pleasant tasting purely vegetable remedy harmless to both children and adult. Done to worry about perfect results. Try a classified Adbi uni Dona i ves a guaranteed to give a Nev Rich Fadeless color to any fabric whether Wool silk Linen Cotton or mixed goods a dresses blouses stockings skirts children s Coats draperies a everything a direction Book is in package. To match any material have deale1 a How you a Imp color card avoid penalties your taxes county drainage and automobile before feb. I 1920. Tem per cent penalty foe delinquent county and drainage taxes 25 per cent for delinquent automobile flames. Of notice to c the plans and i tractors. Specifications for take a spoonful at night an we up feeling Fine no bilious Tes sick headache acid stomach or constipated bowels. It. Does t Gripe convenience All the next Jay us Lent Calomel. Take a dose of animate today and. Tomorrow you will / fill weak sick and nauseated. Done to lose a Days work take do conv us tone instead and feel line fifty vigor and ambition. <�,./.vs or it. Amp . Modern service filling station to be erected at the Corner of Lith and levee streets in the City of Ville by the columbian refitting company May be seen at tha4 file of the undersigned. Bija will be of pulled not later than monday january 26, inst., at 2 a. In. At said office. E. A Goodrich attorney for columbian refining co. Isis to

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