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ames B. W ells, Attorney-at-Law
Successor to Power* A M&xafl. Power* A Weil*, Well* A Reat
fro, Well*. Rent fro A Hie k*. Well*. Stay ton A Kleberg
Buy, and sell real estate and investigate land titles. A como’.ete abstract
of all title* of reeod, Cameron County, Texas. Practice in all State and
Federal Courts, when especially employed.
LAND LITIGATION AND CORPORATION PRACTICE
F. W. SEABURY, Uwycr
Practice* in all State and Federal Court*. Regular attendance on Dis
trict Courts of Cameron, Hidalgo. Starr and Nueces Countie*. Land title*
ar.d water right* investigated. Office: Herald Bid , Brownsville, Tex.
HIDALGO AND STARR COUNTIES ABSTRACT GO.
| INCORPORATED
Edinburg, Hidalgo County, Texas
JAMKS II. mtWARDI, tCot'NTV Jut*,*.j JOHN Cf OHNFR; HKNRY P. CRIPFIN.
Pmiihnit •nd Uanign, V F. and rtnmitr, Secretary
Have Abstracts of your land, situated in Hidalgo and Starr County, prepared by
thia Company. A paid up Capital Stock of *10.000
IS YOUR CUARAN'tEE OF IUCEIVINC PERFECT WORK.
HINKLEY CB> BATZ
Automobiles and Gas Engines
REPAIRS STORAGE SUPPLIES
PHONF 300
OmUIA/AI l/C 1 Build*em Good*
dluL tVnLlW I Give Reference.
Geo. Hamlinclc PHONE 359
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H. L. FITCH, Contractor & Builder
Sash, Doors and Mill Work
FACTORYON 8th ST, F>CINO RAILROAD
J. C. De BR U I N ,
Makes Good Cement Walk
PHONES 1 9 AND 264
PUTEGNATS PHARMACY
GEO. M. PUTEGNAT. Prop.
A full line imported and domestic Perfumery, Fancy
Stationery and Druggist Sundries. Prescriptions a
pecialty. Prompt attention to mail orders, r :
Dr. H. L. D. Kirkham
Physician and Surgeon
General practice with diseases of Eye, Ear,
Note and Threat
Office over Puttgnafs Pharmacy
_ A :
Dr.W. H. DEAR.
DENTIST
Oxer Kaffir PtMMasrf.
Phone 302.
Dr. ESCA D. POPE
Practice I.(mill'd to di^enaea of the
Kye, Kar, X»sr anil Thrunt.
Office Hour* O to 12—2 to 4
Office in Vlvlcr Bid’g.
Broxxtiax ille, Texan.
DR. W P. WOODALL
Phviican and Surircon
• Office oxer llrownsvtlle l>riiff Co..
11 #«ara of army practice
C. H. Thorn
DENTIST
C3I8 Elizabeth St. Phuac .51
WIACY AM» OTIS
Archltectn ami Mechanical Kngloeer*
Office over Valley Tlumblng ami
■apply Co.
•rownsviile, Texas
Brownsville Wood Yard
Ebony, Mesquite Wood and Mesquite
Fence Posts.
Delivered Free.
Phone 22S
J. E. VILLAREAL. Mirr
ATTORNEY*
K. B. RKNTFRO A. B. OOLF
Rentlro & Cole
ITTORN 1TI AT LAW
Rooms 7*S*11, "Ivler Building
• FRONTIER CONSTRUCTION CO.
GENERAL CONTRACTORS
OFFICE—No. «. Puente Bid.
Telephone No. ISO
Brownsville. Texas
I. A.Ottmann
CONTRACTOR
Concrete Walks ami all Kind* of
Cement and ltri<k Work
BftOWNHVILLK . - TKXAH.
Wm. P. MOLETTE
Brownsville, Texas
General Agent
EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE CO
vMliiari C. Hawklaa Frank C. Pierce
Hawkins & Pierce I
Attorneys and Counsellor* at Law. •
Brownsville. Texas
Will pi settee In atl Statu a ad Fad
•ral Courts.
LUVAI. WEST *;VwB? I
San Antonie Texat. Bmwavvilk. T#t
JONES. WEST 61 WEST
Attomeys-at-Las*
D P. Chapin d«o, P. Brow.
CHAPIN 3k BROWN
Attoroeys-at-Law
Brownsville, Texas
E. H. GOODRICH & SON
Attorneys-at-Law
Mortgage Loans Healer* in Real Fatal.
Property in Small Tracts. City aad
Country Property
Mana«cr> Cameron County Abstract
A. W. CUNNINGHAM
Attorney-at-Law
0Mice Pr*vrite Only
Harlingen Texas
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Nooii Alien Abim KJeh
tot L. S. Din. Mir
ALLEN & RICH,
ATtsaams I
Brownsville and Chapin
A. Goldammer
GENERAL CONTRACTOR
PHONE 95
Brownsville, Texas
eagle pharmacy
We invite you to trade
with us. One visit aud
you will come a^ain.
TRY US
on your prescriptions, no
matter whose they are
Sole Agents tor the REXALL REMEDIES
BOTICA DEL AGUILA
(]• E. LeKAY, Prop.
:
TO-DAY
OIT
M. Alonzo’s
Ghghams- beautiful
patterns, splendid ma
terial from 5 to 12 1-2
cents per yard.
SPECIAL
Messaline, I yard
wide, in all the popular
shades, regular $1.00
a yard quality for 95c.
Don’t miss it.
TAFFETA SILK
in changeable colors,
1 yard wide, regular
$1.00, price at 95cts.
OLIVE OIL
The imported kind, I
can the best quality in
1 qt cans for 1.00.
My groceries are the
best. If you buy from
me you can depend
upon the goods.
M. ALONZO
COK. ST. CHARLES AND SIXTH SI’S
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WEA«HER.
nroKMvtlle, Jhinary 31.
Meteorological data for the last 24
inurs:
f! ammeter at 7 a. m.3o.:in
tar meter at 7 p. n».20.2#
Temperature at 7 a, m..43.
Maximum Temperature . 7«»,
Minimum Temp*"-!ur».43.
fUsoelated Pres*
Washington, Jan. 31.- West Tex
ts: Pair Thursday and Friday. Not
liuch chain:,, in temperature.
Fast Texas: Fair, and colder on
Thursday. Friday fair.
j CITY NEWS 1
Ha* Recovered A Put ego*,
who has I men ill at his home for the
past week, is aide to he mil. Mr.
PutognM is employed at the freight
depot.
Accident Inviimwe—IV. K. Men
denhall. Phone 42. 1-1 H.tf
Draughon's Brownsville College
opens Monday. January 22. a* 9:00 a
in Night session for clerks and
business men. Telegraphy. Book,
keeping. Hanking, Shorthand, Type
writing, Spanish,English, etc., among
the branches $10.00 discount to
first 30 students enrol lee'. t-20-tf
In New Quarters The bar
ber shop is moving into its new quar
ters on Twelfth street. Mr. Tomlin
son, the proprietor, say* that he in
tends to ve the fixtures white
enameled throughout. ,
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Pretty Kent and Trim Pii|icr th
kind that command attention as
so*«« as you see it. is the kind the
Frontier Lumber Co., carries. Every
thing in wall paper to make the
home attractive and restful. Fron
tier Lumber Co., Brownsville.
12.29tf
Brownsville Cold Storage Meat
Market has fine beef, pork and fresh (
oysters. Call on us. Phone 33.*» Ad
ams and loth. 1
For Sale—A good saddle horse, IS
hands high, suitable for lady, lias
all gaits. App.y Box 283, Browns
ville, Texas. 1-20-tf
Frisco Bepre*entative Here—B L.
Courtney, clerk in the Agricultural
and Horticultural Department of the
St. Louis and San Francisco Hallway
Company, arrived In the city yester
day afternoon, and left cm the nr>tor
Far for Mission.

$38-50 bays a good Runabout;
$41.39 a fine Top Buggy, with best;
hickory wheels. Everything'In Btu
debaker carriages and wagons carried
in stork. Walker Brut hors - HnVofk
Co. wholesale ant? retail 1-3
• •
Hrownsvi'Ie Cohi Storag*’ Moat
has choice meats as well as the sani
tary conditions. TTy us and then
you will satisfy yourself. Pham* 333
—Adams and I Oth streets. 1
Very fine picture* at the Grand to
night. I
Vi*it San Benito Mill — r. n. 8
Wharton of the Ohio and Texas Sugar
Mill and J. A. ROelzol.baokkeop’r for
the San Benito Sugar Co., who has
been serving in a *l*“*1ar capacity at
the 0. and T. mill during the grind
ing season, have goht. to San Benito
on a short business visit to the sugar
mill then?.
Dr*nrhogm. Brownsville College
opens Monday. January 22, at 9:00 a.
tn. Night session for clerks and
business men. Telegraphy. Hook,
keeping, Hanking, Shorthand, Type
writing. Spanish.English, etc., among
the branches. $10 OP discount to
first 'JO students enrolled. l-20-tf
I Still ItuiUI Sidewalks. See me at
it. <5eo. Hamlin) k. 1-20-tf
Clean rags wanted at The Herald j
office.
Soup for School Children — The J
plan of the Mothers' Club to serve
soup for the benefit of lho*«. public
school pupils who may wish It. at a
nominal cost, will be put Into effect
today. Arran genie nts have been com
pleted, dishes being provided, meat
and 01 her necessary Ingredients or
dered. and everything is in readiness.
Some of the ladies of the club will su
perintend tho cooking and serving of
the loup. It will he served at the
school shortly after twelve
o’clock. Enough wilt be provide* to
serve about lab pupils, and any who
wish may have a bowl of the nour
ishing food tor one penny. It is mu
derstod there will be no restricting
as to the sale of the soup and any pu
pil or teacher wishing It may lie serv
ed at the price named.
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*lack to picture! the Dittmann
Theatre tortght 1 .
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All running parts of Studebaker
buggies and wagons are filled with
boiling oil under hydraulic pressure,
before painting This prevents ail
shrinking and warping and causes
them to last twice as long in this,
climate as any other make. See th**m .
at Walker Bros.-llaneoca Co. 1-4
Fidelity and Surety ll«»nds.—IV
K. Mendenhall. Phone 42. 1-lb-t
Draughon’s Brownsville College
opens Monday. January 32. at 9:00 a.
m Night session for elerks and
business men. Telegraphy. Book
keeping, Banking. Shorthand. Type
writing. Spanish.English, etc , among
the branches. $10 00 discount to
first 30 students enrolled. 1-20-tf
Idfc Insurance.—IV. K. .Hendon
hall. Phone 42. 1-10-tf
Fire Insurance—IV. K. Hendenhgll
Phone 42. 1-10-tf
G**t your tickets T°r The De vault
Entertainment Company, wltich ap
pears at the Diltmann tomorrow
nqight. 1
Service In ter* u pled — The elec ric
light poles near the Barela building
whk h was burned last night caught
afire and the wires were thrown to
the ground, greatly endangering the
people on the scene As a result the I
plant was forced to cut off the
"juice” until temporary re|f«lrs could
lie made, which caused a cessation of
operations at The Herald office for
fully two hours and interfered con
siderably with the work on this morn
ing's issue. Supt Stobart got a force
to work and had the wires attended
to as promptly as possible.
Or account °* the general demand
for those who saw and heard The Da
vault Company a week ago. they will
re-appear tomorrow night, giving
that which was judged.to be the best
of the seaaui in Brownsville Don't
forge!—tomorrow night—at DUt
maun’i.
THE GRAND
TONIGHT
IK* THE AID OF A LAW AT
(A Thrilling Indian Story)
THK LEAGUE OF MHK< Y
THE FAT FAME DAFK
SHE GOT THE MONEY
Good Music-Good Songs
' -i t,r
H. L. Week of Stephenpor:, WIs,
was'a passenger from here to San 'Be
nito yesterday.
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Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Oglin of Char
leston. Mol, who have been here on a
projecting tour, left for home yes
terday afternoon.
l<on C. Hill Jr. of Harlingen was
in the city yesterday.
Sheriff C. T. Ryan was in San Be
uito yesterday
Ranger James Mercer of Harlingen
was in the city yesterday.
DeKyle Smith was a passenger on
the motor car for McAllen yesterday
evening. . •
C. C. Glass of McAllen. Wa. Rush
of Sail Benin, 8. C. Jewett of Pharr ;
and D. II. Miller of Bfeeoemr were)
among the visitors in the city yester
day from up-lbe-Valley points.
The Rev George M. MrDougal
Went to Harlingen yesterday after
noon.
J. M Sam pi of .Northern Alabama
was in the city yesterday Mr. Sample
says that he has bought land near
San Benito and intends t> lo< ate at
that plate
Mine Host J. T. Pursley of the San ,
Benito Hotel was In the city yester
day.
R. B. Flrilaff of She boy ran. WIs., j
who I* here on a prospecting tour, J
left yesterday afternoon for Misson. j
Mr and Mrs. R. K Wap per and
Mrs. T. J. Raster of Halim worth, la.,
who have bean here on a sh rt va**a- ,
tion tour, returned home yesterday.
ANNOUNCEMENT
To the ritixens of Brownsville:
! hereby announce my candidacy
for the of fir* of mayor of this city,
for the ensuing two years, subject to
khe action of the voter* of Brown#
villa.
During the two year* that l have
been your mayor. I have done ray duty
as I had light to see it: whether my
administration has been a successful
one. and whether Brownsville has
progressed and Improved during my '
incumbency, I leave t*> the dispas
sionate Judgment of my fellow-cltl-1
sens. I have endeavored to live up to j
and to carry oir the pieces in .the
platform upon which T was elected.
I will further state that in nation
al and state politbs I AM and have
always been a democrat, yet am one j
of those who believe that our nation,
al and state politics hav,, nothing to
do with our local affairs, and as to
these, I propose to act Independent of
any party line*.
If re-elected I pledge myself to
continue giving th^ beet that Is in
me to the service of Br:w navi lie
BBNJ. KOWALSKI.
Brownsville. Tex., Feb I. I!* 12.
Freight Receipts
Yesterday's freight receipts were:
Twelve car* * • tuercbaridist. four of
wood, one of culls, two of oil. one of
potatoes, one of coffee*one of hu*e
hold goods.one of flour, one of shin
gles, one of hay, one of cement, one
of canned g ods and one of sheep and
goats
Lady StenogTapher
I am interested in the Valley and
want to locate permanently. Am open
for a position with someone wanting j
a good stenographer. 1 have had ten
years’ experience with TlTe best con
cern* and consider myself fully capa
ble of taking entire charge of any
routine eorresp*-ndeuce Address No.
9#7 Garden street, Stan Antonio, Tex.
1-20-1 Ot
cA. GARZA
Dealer In new and aecoud hand fur
niture. fine Tarnishing, imitation
upholstering, and repairs of all
kinds. Have your furniture made
new at once. Work guaranteed
Neat door to Electric Theatre.
e-'-lm
dittmann THEATRE
FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 2
Re-engagement by Popular Request
of
THE DA VAULT ENTERTAINMENT
COMPANY
Saturday Night (Special!
THE I! B L II l D U N It A R
In Picture*
King George V. Crowned Emperor f
India, Showing 209 Princes of India
and Their Suites. With 1999 Ele
phants in Their Trappings of Gold
and Precious Stones.
Ixmmc cknely at the \ w*.
That's whese a sled range gives net first. It's the
soot and clam put >s in the flue that rusts the steel. It’s different. however,
with m
THE GREAT MAJESTIC RANGE If
The Malleable Iron door frame extend* over the flue at both top 11
and laittom of bven, making it absolutely mdr^tnictiblr. I I
This is one reason why you shoukl buy a Majestic Range. There 11
are other reasons:—Majestic Ranges arc made of Inoestei'CTInut Mai.- 11
lkarlk Iron—and Charcoal Iron that resists rust 3Qp% greater than 11
bleed. They are riveted t<*gethcr practically airtight, and stay that way. II
They last longer, use less furl, heat more water If
quicker ami hotter, bake better, ami five if
better satisfaction than soy other map I
you can buy. II
Wc unhesitatingly rroimnrnd II
t.he M N it range
■ m ftmliqi i«i m riM fN
the many suj«c*rior puiuU. II
HICKS HARDWARE CO H
SATISFACTION ASSLRED II
BUT THE RANGE 11
WITH A fUtPUI n is
AN INFANT INDUSTRY
Is ours, but a lusty andpowerful one
at (but. We have established our*
selves firmly in the estimation of
our numerous cus oners by giving
them Laundry work of a uniformly
high class. VV« <nn do th* e:z: r!ti
">: you. We please our patrons by do*
Ik’ Ing the most clean and careful work,
, and by pr mpt deliveries and very
reasonable charge*. "■ -v
THE MODEL LAUNDRY
I’liulc No. 1,
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IX KMKItOCXf IKK PHONE Ilf,
Brownsvile Drug Compan y
North Corner Market Plain j
Doctor* in Waiting
YOU’LL LIKE IT!
Street car line under conduction to Country Club.
INVESTIGATE
J. B. Scott, Gen. Mgr.
Brownsville, Texas
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WHITE ORPINOTO N
W> have a few White OrtiiiiKton Coekrel* from Kellerstraaa- lirown
(*«*a which we wish to w»ll. They are worth nun h more than we auk for
iamc, and aro birds ae< llmatcd to tin* (iulf roast Country frem a flock
that are incessant layers,
DLBK FIX IRA TEW* SAX BENITO |
_ .aPfK'tlM
NOTICE BY PUBUCAHON.
THE STATE OK TEXAS
To the Sheriff or Any Constable of
Cameron County —Greeting:
lone G. Line, Guardian of the Es
tate of Thomas Q. Line, * minor.hav
ing filed in our eonnty court her fi
nal account of the rood It ton Of the}
estate of said Thomas G. Line, a mi
nor. together with au application to
tie discharged front said guardian-’
ship:
Y ur Aro M. roby 0«mi«4O.,
That by publication of this writ for
twenty days in the Brownsville Hal
ly Herald, lit a newspaper regularly!
publish Ml in *h« County of Cameron,
you give due notice to all persons
Interested in the account tor final
m tlemeut «f said %atat% *to file
their objection* thereto, If any they
have, on or before the May Term,
1312. of said county court, com
mencing and to he holden at the
court house of said county, in the
City of Brownsville, on the 20th
day in Way, A. B. 1112, when said
account and application will be con
sidered by said court.
Witness J. Webb, Clerk of the
County Court of Cameron County.
„jh
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riven ruder My Hand and Seal
of said ourt, at my office, la the
rity of Brow mv I lie. this flat, day
of January, A. D. Ill2.
t Sottl» J. WKHH.
clerk County Court, Cameron Co,
A True Cooy. I Certify:
C. T. RYAN. Sheriff.
Cameron Co.
1-2.'-20
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL OCR KKIKNDS AND
PATRONS
We wish to thank you for your
patronage during the past year and
assure you the same prompt and ef
ficient service In If 12.
Willman's Pharmacy
PHONE.40
McrroJsw Property f(ar hale.
.L
Acre block seventy within city lim *■
its. hot 11 and 12 block 44. Ia>t
block 20 and lota I, 2, 3. 4, 6,
11 to 20 Inclusive in block 00
Will buy s few hundred yonrlln*
Texas steers. Address with descrtpjPw
tlon and price
Kmbfy Owen,
Kingston, Mo
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