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Brownsville Herald (Newspaper) - October 17, 1911, Brownsville, Texas James B. "W ells, Attomey-at-Law 8licensor to Power* A Vaxan, Power* A Well*, Well* A Rent-fro, Well*, Rentfro A Hick*. Well*. Stayton A Kleberg Buy and sell real estate and investigate land title*. A complete abstract of all titles of recod, Cameron County, ''Jests. Practice in all State and Federal Court*, when especially employed. LAND LITIGATION AND CORPORATION PRACTICE Mrteorological Beport Brownsville, October ll Meteorological data for the last J4 (.ours: Barometer at 7 a. aa.........29.82 Barometer at 7 p. rn......... 29.8 I Temperature at 7 a. iii.......78.5 Maximum Temperature ......91.5 Minimum Temperature ......77.5 Associated Presa. Washington, Oct. IR. F. W. SEABURY, Lawyer Practices in all State aud Federal Courts. Regular attend- j ruwday md Wedne*Uy a nee on District Courts of Cameron, Hidalgo, Starr and Nu-' ces counties. Land titles aud water rights investigated Office in Herald Building    Brownsville,    Tex Texan: Fair THI I ABES CONSIDER THE STREET OILING Doubtful As to Whether the Work Will Prove Satisfactory~Now Almost Completed* MEXICAN ELECTORAL DELEGATES HIDALGO AND STARR COUNTIES ABSTRACT GO. INCORPORATED Edinburg, Hidalgo County, Texas JAMKS H. EDWARDS, I Cot* KTV J CDCS. J    ,/^HN C,OSNFR    HHNRY    P. GRIFFIN, Prrsidrat and M«n«i»vr.    '■** ‘,n Err nan ref.    bec rotary Have Abstract, of your land, situated in Hidalgo and Starr County, prepared by this Company, A paid up Capital Stock of $ 10.000 YOUR GUARANI EE OF RECEIVING PERFECT WORK CITY NEWS Columbia Hornless Graphophone aud new record.-*. He^ar a demonstration. A. F. Dittman. IS Dr. H. L. D. kirkham ROY PHILLIPS A calkd meeting of Treble Clef I (’Iuh, to try ever new manic. Tuesday, Or ober I 7< Itll, at 4:20 p. in. .VI A KG A RET HA N SON, (>se. and rrvios. Physician and Surgeon General practice with distant* of Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Office over Putegnat’s Pharmacj ;    —1    “ Dr. ELLA GRAY PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office Soura 9 to ll a do 4 to S p. rn. mission texas. Dr. W. H. DEA R. DENTIST Over K.uirlr I'lisrmacj. Phone :*o2. C. H. Thorn DENTIST I3I8 F.lizabvth St. Phoae SI Plain and Ornamental PLASTERING P. 0, Box 572 Brownsville, Tex WiH’ani E. Hawkins    Frank    C.    Pierce Hawkins & Pierce law. Columbia BitteYs- 75 cents per bottle. Crixell’s Saloon.    ti Arrests Are Few The first half of the month of 0< tober has been very quiet in police circh*s. TbJane have been but three arrests, and only $6 has been assessed in fines. Attorney* and Counsellor* at Brownsville, Texas. Will practice In all Stat* tad •rat Court*. Largest Valley. Fed us. stock of cement in the It will pay you to buy of Cram Lumber Co.    23-tf DUVAL WEST w *• .JONES Vi m . S. WEST fan Antonio Texts.    BrownivilV    T*» JONES. WEST V WEST Attorneys-at-Law D t. Chap's    Geo.    P    Brow* CHAPIN Si, BROWN Oiled floors are the fashion just now* in Brownsville. They do not look very pretty ^perhaps, but the housekeepers are sure they are more healthful than dusty floors. If we didn't sell paper on the wall- cut ie!.«ss for automobile lamps, we*d frame pictures anyway. Brownsville Wall Paper Co    8-10-tf Attorneys-at-Law Brownsville, Texas TRACY AND OTIS Architect* and Mechanical Engineer* - 1    mmrnrnm^sss^ Office over Valley Plumbing and £ GOODRICH & SON Assisting the Oder* Jupiter Plu-vius took a hand iii the work of aet-1 tling the dt!!«t yesterday afternoon. , Spanish lessons f°r children and ladle* by Mias Kllaa I.. Castaneda, graduate Mexico State Normal. Apply for terra*, etc., at 1517 Madison *1. 12-61 Supply Co. ArownsvlIIe, Tcia* J. G. Herman Contract I ather and Plasterer Residence W St. Charles St. BJK 5J5    BROWNSVILLE,    TEXAS Brownsville Mfg. Co. Equipped for all kind* of interior Finishing* Let u* figure on your frame* and remodeling, four store front*. We make counters and shelve* Handle plate glass. Outside order* promptly attended to. Th vie or write us; we are at your command Your*. Brow nsville Mfg. Co., C. F. L, Bock, Manager. DR. W. P. WOODALL Physican and Surgeon .Office over Brownsville Drug Co.. 12    of army practice J. S. VILLAREAL BEER SALOON EL NARANJO RANCH ATTORN KY*. K. R. RENTFRO    A.    ll.    COLK Rentfro Sc Cole ATTO RN RYS AT LAW Room* 7-0-11. "’lifer Building L. Fleming Contractor and Builder FRONTIER CONSTRUCTION CO. GENERAL CONTRACTOR* OFFICE—No. 6. Puente Bld. Telephone No. 150 Brownsville, Texaa Attorneys-at-Law Mortgage Loans Dealers In Real lint ai* Property in Sir.all Tr*ct». City and Country Property. AiMpn CMiiioo County Abstract A. W. CUNNINGHAM Attomcy-at-Law Office Prattic* Only Harlingen Texas North A lieu Ant LL S. DI*. Atty. Amo* Rich RICH, ALLEN & ATTORNEYS Brownsville find Chapin A. Goldammer GENERAL CONTRACTOR PHONE 95 Brownsville, Texas ;WANTED Old fcold and silver for our manufacturing department. Watch and jewelry repairing GUAKANTEED I RUED JEWELRY' A OPTICAL COMPANY Licensed to Wed The conny clerk issued a marriage license ye*-| terday afterno n to Luis Barrera and , Miss Micella Marlines. Come to "The Grand” tonight. Ex- , a ell cut pit* im ca. fine music    It: For Pool Player* — The dore Partlow, repr ?*ei»taiive of a Dull aa i bar-pool room fixture house, was in j p h* city yesterday. Mr. Partlow j closed an offer with Mr. II. E Barnes I f r $3,004 worth of fixtures for his ]N*>1 and billiard parlor. If we didn't sell paper on the wall, cut gilts* for automobile tamos, 1 web! frame pictures anyway. * Brownsville Wall Paper To. Phone 318.    10-11 -tf Parties having business with the di*trict clerk of Cameron t’ounty, Texas, will find him at the court holts** in the district court r:om,| front 9 a. rn to 12 rn., and front 2 p. rn. to 4 p. rn. fXMTS KOWALSKI, Distr lo*, (’lurk, Cameron Co. 16-Ht Matamoios T>*ir W- d Here ^Pedro l*ar*idex and Miss Dolores Vidal, who reside on the Cxrr«*ra rtnch near Matarmros, came to Brownsville yesterday morning for the purpose of being uni uh! in titan*ige. Phey seem d the services of Justice of the Peace Gavlio, who performed he ceremony In his a:iul Intpresshe style, after which Ute happy pair r*v turned to their home araoss th 3 Rio Bravo. EAGLE PHARMACY We invite you to trade with us. One visit and you will come again. TRY US on your prescriptions, no matter whose they are Sole Artal* for the REXALL REMEDIES BOTICA DEL AGUILA U- E. Lek AY, Prop. Do you know that the finest line of wall paper, paints and varnish*** In Southwest Tex a* Is carried by th* Frontier Lumper Po? Figure with us on your wall paltering. 9-19-tf To SWI Contraband Cattle- A notice has been posted on rho bulletin I board In front of the custom* offbe j in the federal building, that on Oc-t >ber 23rd at lo o’clock two head oT rattle will b»» sold at auction, pro-] ! id»*d the owner does not appear and claim bi* stock H. L. FITCH, Contractor & Builder Sash, Doors and Mill Work FACTORY ON 8th ST. FACING F AlLROAD Struck by Lightning Tl<* chimney of the residence of Mr* (’armen E. Alouso wa* w*ru<k by lightning yesterday afternoon at 2:30 o’clock. No serious damage wa* done, only a few brick* being dislodged. The residence is situated at Sixth and Levee street* and is occupied by Mr*. Alonso and her danghtor,Miss Irene Alonso. Responding to the call of the prescient of the (’Ivie I.eagir?, Miss Anna Kelly, the members of the executive coal nil (tee of the league met yesterday morning at the Lime of * apt. and Mr*. Wnt. Kelly on Washington street to <li.ss the atrcet oiling situation and consider whether it is satisfactory so far The work is now nearly completed, there remaining only parts of Elizabeth and Washington streets to final!. Th* oiler was at work on these today when the rain caused a cessation of the work. It is expected that the Magnolia Oil Company, as soon as the work la entirely finished, will request the payment f the first installment on Mie work, which wa* agreed upon at $ 1200. Those constituting th? executive committee, all of whom wert* present at the meeting, were Mrs. Hawkins, vice provident of the league, Mr*. Morris, Mrs. Kenedy..Mrs. R. B. Creamer, .Mrs. Noah Allen and Mrs. Fer-tfandes, besides tlu* president, Mi>« Anna Kelly. Some of he ladies were emphatically of the opinion that the oiling is not sat factory. Others t lion gilt there had not been sufficient time; for the new oil to be tested, and hop- ! ti it might prove efficacious. All j criticised the work, however. It wa* decided finally that the league sh uld take couths*-1 of a number of the prominent business men before coming to a decision in the mat er. The meeting was adjourn***! subject to call by title president. As the regular meeting of the Civic league, will be beld Friday It is probable a th * matter will not be taken up again until then. The Learners. The flirt regular meeting of th.*1 Learner** Club for the session 191 I-’ 12 was held at the resilience of Mrs. Barbmir on Saturday, Oct. ll. FIT- j teen rn* mbers a na we red to roll call, each giving tri ne important current j event. Mr*. Perkins* paper en "The Louisiana Purchase** w;^s particular- I ly ga ul. “Rise of Political Paulies’’* was the subject of a short sketch by ' Mrs. Rowe. whi< ii was thoroughly j instructive. Disc us* ions of the **B ai Triumphs if the Young Republic, 1812-1815,” and th** ‘‘Monroe* Doctrine.’’ led by Mrs Creaser aud Mrs. Mendenhall. respectively, proved very interesting. Th *se db< us*ion* were followed by the reading of ‘‘The American Flag’* (Drake) by Miss ft. Kelly, Quarles, on •: he “Names of American l*»i!tical Parties,” conduced by Mrs. ti od rich who was I id»*r for the day’s lesson, brought the meeting to a clo.-e and the club adjourned, to ni**et with Miss Bell on Oetol>er 21 st. Real Estate Transfers* The following warranty deeds were 'Hid for record hi the county clerk’s office yesterday: Ysidoro G. Garza to Jose B -teiro, the rear 50 feet of lots 7, 8 and 9 in block 16. San Benito. $650. Fe! Ic (dad Villareal de Esparza to fsmaol Montalvo, 60 acre* of land in the old “Pedro VailareeaJ” grant on the Brow n.svHie-Santa Maria road. $750 J \\\ David to E. L. Fender, lot 6 in block 73, Harlingen. $100. L n C. Hill Town and Improvement Co. to E. L. Fender. lot No. 3 in block No. 82, Harlingen. $200. Same to rime. lots Nos. 8 aud 9 in block 69, Harlingen. $333.53. J. P Stephenson to ll. F. Murff. I ts 3 and 4 in block 73, Harlingen. $400. Freight Receipts. The freight receipts of th** St. I... B. and M. Ry. Co. for Sunday and Monday, were: Sunday—5 car# of merchandise, I of bay, I of flour, 4 of gravel, I of barrels 2 of lumber, I cf cotton seed hit ID, I of radiators and 3 of barley. Monday—I cars of merchandise, I of rice. I of oil. I of tile, I of kegs. 1 of box material and I of ties. We have Tor sale many old papers. Will sell or trade for old rags^ The Herald. Visit Padre Island Several Get In Voluntary Bath* A number of delegates to the electoral college at Matamoras from Guerra we.ne the guests of Alderman Teofilo Ortxell yesterday. They went to Bt. Isabel on the morning train, and after having dinner at Jefferson Inn, all boarded the little launch and sailed ovwr to Padre Island All but four of the party took a dip in the Gulf—i—and thereby hangs a tale. The party that did go in bathing resolved that those who did trot go in voluntarily should be treated to a good ducking. As the party starred . to return a norther blew up and it was decide to put back to Padre. The men that did not go bathing I were induced Ko enter the little skiff on the pretext that it would be unsafe for so many in the launch. So J the victims piled into the skiff. Thy had no sooner seated themselves, I when the water began ta wash. in. They became frightened, thinking the bhat might sink. While they I w’ere thus thinking a wave came along and upset the skiff, landing j them in the bay. There i svas a live- I ly time for a minute, bitt when they discovered that thr* water was not very deep, their fear disappeared. J The party returned to the Point J soaked, as they were caught in the heavy rain. Alderman Crixell’g guests wen* Dionloio Ochoa, Regulo Flores, .Juvenal Cutler rex Flyman Flores, Antonio M. Garcia, Kliseo Sails. Eugenio Gutierrez. Felii>e Gutierrez, Leonardo CJuerra, Jesus M. Castaneda. " ; PERSONALS I MERCHANTS NATIONAL RANK BROWNSVILLE. TEXAS Capital and Surplus, $190,000.00 I TONIGHT DITTMAN THEATRE THE RIGHT GIRI, COMRADES (Biograph I THE INSTRRECTO (Story of tit* Mexican Uprising) BILL’S PLACE MISSION, TEXAS ALAMI A&ENGELKING Tiburcio Gonzales VEINTE NEGRO BEER SALOON CORNER SIXTH AND J ASK SON *Tit LETS—HOUSE NO. 707 Mason Grain Co. Oats, Corn. Bran, Chops Alfalfa, Sorghum, Etc. . TRY OUR 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 E. (J. Anguera wa* in San Benito on business yesterday. J. G. Herman was in Harlingen on business yesterday. (’barie* Champion came to Brownsville from th *> Point last nighty J W. Holt returned yesterday from a bual lien visit to Corpus Christi. J. B Rooney of Dallas, w ho wag a business visiter here, lef* ye tu'day for McAllen. C. M. Warner of San Juan re; ti*!- i ed home yesterday, after a short * * st* - j ines» visit here. IN*! Bradley of McAllen spent Sunday in Brownsville, re** urn In g home * ye-t rday morning. W. D. K nnedy of Dallas, wh bas been here on busine**, left yesterday j morning for San Antonia. D. C. Hail of Corpus Christi. wh,v ha?* been h *re on busine^, left yesterday afternoon for Harlingen. J R. Oliver of Paris, Texas, who ha* been here on business left yw- * terday morning for San Benito. William ON lei of San Antonio returned vest rday afterno ti, after a short business s ay in Brownsville. Carl Bucko* of McAllen returned * home yesterday m ming, after a .•bort visit to friemis in Brownsville. Mrs E. Hoffman of San A tit or lo, who h.as been visiting her brother, Mr. Weller, I'ft for home this morning. Miss Jessye Dudley and Miss Tooste j Tucker of San Benito were in the; city yesterday on a shopping expedition. J. T. I»ve of Sweden, in Willacy j County who was here on business, left for his home yesterday afternoon. (J. W. Dennett of Mercedes visited relatives in Brownsville Bund: ”. Mr. j Dennett returned home yesterday i morning J. G. Decker of Mission visit *c! rel- ! atives In Brownsville Sunday. Mr 1 Docker returned home yesterday morning. E. L. Northam f Memphis, Tenn., J who has been in Ute city on business, made a business trip to San Bent o yesterday. R. F Senf. who for some time has been employed In Weller’s saloon, I'dt yesterday afternoon for bis home in Beeville. Judge James IL Wells, acctmpani-ed by his son, J. K. Wells, returned to Brownsville last night, arter spending a few dayj alt PL Isabel. Mrs. W. N. Pearson and Baby Pearson arrived yesterday fr.en lf ueton. Mr. Pearson met them at Harlingen and accompanied them home. Dr. and Mrs Frederick J. Combe arrived fr at San Antonio on the noon train for a short stay here. They expect ho remain about tnly day* and w’ill occupy Dr. Contbe’s re- . Sidell ce on Elizabeth, street while here. Rev. Vicente Salas of Matamoras, who went to Aucin to w itness the i (’olumhus Day ce! bn ti w. returned home yesterday. C ledonio M. C’trza cf this city, who accompanied father I Salas to Austin, also returned y**»-terrlay. They paid San Antonio a ^ visit on the way home. Attorney Glasscock of Beaumont j spent Sunday and Monday at Point i Isabel returning to this city lait night. It was Mr. Glai-scock’s first j visit to the Point, and he was stir- i prised to learn that there was such i an ideal pleasure resort so cloee to Brow us! Hie. Do you want an independent income for life? IO Acres Under Irrigation in Will assure you one. You can buy now, but may not be able to do co when prices go up. IT WILL PAY YOU TO INVESTIGATE. J. B. Scott, Gen. Mgr. Brownsville, Texas FRONTIER LUMBER CO. * v * re -I- -!r *J* -H K    Hr'    -K    r.*-    -I-    Hr l\~ Hr Hr '* H WALL PAPER, GLASS. WIRE GOODS. PAINTS. VARNISHES, ETC. EVERYTHING FOR THE BUILDING TRADE SEND YOUR ORDERS FOR ODD SIZES OF (JLASS TO US. WB MAKE A SPECIALTY OF THIS work. LARGEST STOCK OF WALL PAPER IN SOUTH WEST TEX AS    PROMPT ATTENTION TO ALL -H rn * Hr M -H HC * Hr v -H -H FRONTIER LUMBER CO. J. C. De B R U I N ivlakes Good Cement Walk PHONES 199 AND 264 EL CIPRES MHS* F- G GARZA. SUCCESSOR TO CELEDONIO GARZA STAPLE AND ESANCY GROCERIES Phone 210    FREE    DELIVERY Fire XT. K. MENDENHALL, Accident. Plate Glass. Employers Liability Insurance. Brownsville, Texas International fair S A N ANTONtO.TEXAS NOV 3 to 12. on HOTEL LUX. 1211 Adams St. American and European Plan. Your Patronage Solicited. G. W. LUX. Prop. SIDEWALKS Geo. Hamlinck Work All Promptly attended to. work guaranteed Builder of cement walks, curbs, step* etc. Formerly with Ro<£ bland Granitoid Company. Box 527 Brov.T5viUe, Texa* ;