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KB* BILL AND MISS DI*IE AVERY'S COTTON PLANTERS ™ 1 Br’ville Hardware Co. Br’vllle Hardware Co. I REVOLUTION I IN HIDALGO COUNTY I Civilization Overthrows the Wild Animal I Kingdarn-Pharr Progress Is Proclaimed I Victor and Declared I DICTATOR I £ I The E Y E of the I £ I Public Is On Us I P I K PHARR I R R 8 Th« beat looking and moat complete town of Ha site in the Valley. 8 Finest hotel faciliiies, clean, sanitary. b*at equipped and most 8 8 comfortable with finest cuisine in the Valley. K 8 Cool In summer, situated in the K I Center of a Park ! I Where only days ago the cactus and mosquito grew wild. 8 Come make your home in this new and up-to-date town; fall in 8 lino, we are soiling the ground fast. 8 Come early that you may look well over the ground and select a 8 choice business or residence lot. 8 Come listen to the music of the hammers, its echo rings through ■ ont the VaJley telling the tale of progress. 8 An elegant bank and office building Is fast nearing completion, I where a fine hall will always be in readiness for dances, meetings. 8 socials and theatricals. 8 W here can you find such an Ideal location? _ a hJM»dson\<? pew brick church Is Bearing completion. A down handsome homes are rising In our midst. What can prove the 8 success of s town more than seeing homes rise ho fast from where I only six monthsago the cactus grew and the wild animals roam | id at large? 8 lUeervoira are built aud ouly waiting until the water works are 8 completed to give us clear filtered river water. i There are openings for a first-class Drug and Stationery Store. ? 1 A Dry Goods. Boot aid Shoe Establishment, High Grade M-'al 8 Market and Bakery. Combined Cleaning and Pricing Etftahliahment I 8 with Harber Shop. |, | Firsi' lass l>entit»t al*o Phy.dchm and Surgeon. For further par- | I tlcu.a-a address PHARR TOWN SHE TOMPtNY I *JMSUBKMXMMCR*PZIIfr'*’-y'^l’tVtJY i*. % j ZM*. * - 1«...... ; While In the Valley > DON’T FAIL TO VISIT 'MISSION. I » I Elevation, 14o feet. Irrigation, unexcelled. ► Drainage, natural. w: PROVE IT * To be the most progressive, high- [ i ly developed, prosperous, thriv- 8 ing proposition in the Lower Rio I Grande Valley. I A personal investigation will con vince you of the greater advan * tages and opportunities offered. I MISSION UNO IMPROVEMENT COMPANY MISSION, TEXAS f JOHN J. CONWAY | President y Sole Owns ^ i MEXICAN MUTINY APPEARS TO SPREAD OUTBREAK IN CHIHUAHUA COM PLICATES SITUATION, Mexican Authorities Seem to fl«lieve the Revolts Are in Harmony With Concerted P*an to Make Gomez Pr«*sid-nt of Republic. Associated I’reiw. Mexico City, Fell, 2.- The upris ing in Chihuahua today will prevent l‘3Krual Orozco from moving ti ia ru rales to Juarez, at least until a bat tery artillery is brought to t'hihua Ima from Torrcon. It is generally admitted here t right that the defection In Chlhua Ima Ik bur a part in the widespread rebellion which has for its ohjet* •he substitution of Kmilio Vasqiic. Gomez for I’mddenl Mader ». Abram < ton sales, minister of the Interior who was provisional governor of chihuahua prior to bin cabinet ap pointment, will go to Chihuahua to morrow in an effort to restore peaec. Cuernavaca Is again rut off fr n telegraphic comm uni* itlon with the capital. CHIH« AHUA BECOMES STORM CENTER Rura,es an** Recruit- Overturn Lo cal Gove'nment and Compel He len w of Pri-oners Front JaiU A 4H iated Cress 4'hihiiahua, Mexico, Feb 2. \iiie > mutinous rurales. aided by • -<-or« of r emits, compelled Clovern i or C it/.ales today to release from the pnitntinrry Antonio Rojas, for | mr militant partisan, Ktnilo Vasques jand three of his in n, after ha v I nr | fought *he local garrison commanded persinally by General biaqual Or - I *4‘’».Jffor three hours. The price do iitandcd for ceasing the fight was agreed on by an emissary of Goo tales and the rebels. Five rurales ir known t be dead jand a number wounded. The loss in unknow n, Humors are current to ni*;ht that other hands are In the j bills and intend Joining the reliels who ar encamped outside the city wllh lto>is at their bead. Tlie men still rctaiu their arm . n the terms made with Gonzales, arc not included in the surrender and ■it Is »? I lev *-d * li.it they will join the *eeutpaign in favor of Kmllo Vssqiiw Rojas tonight demanded the rele»s. of all political prisoner-!, threatening to attack the r|ty. He Is said t be preparing to at1 rick with a force >s i tliuated at not low than 2n*» men j The governor has replied that he cannot comply with the demand), without permission from Mexico City Or zoeo is preparing to with >i md il;c attack Sbnrp.Jhoo!cr< Invi been placed in the lower*. Of the fa jthedral and other bull ill lift*. I Jua'rr Headquarters of Gonft F»c lion. FI I*. >. Texas. Feb. 31 -tahirda , i ludud Jtturex w Ml be the lioadi|>isr j tors f the provisional government ! procfainted hv the Hiipimrter** of J Knit I io W-jin z Gomez according to official announcement ir *«!»• lht_ morning l»y the revolutionary junta At a c nf rence of the frome? chiefs it was decided to send re.ire Jaenlativea Washington to confer I with President Tat lie pr ibably will leive oday , Hearing • u«*sday Associated Press. Washington, It. r. Feb 2.—The senate finance eiunmlttee d elded to begin Its hearing* Tuesday on the tl use l»iII revising the inetal !ariff No opposition w >« mad by the dem> critic members of the committee to the republican proposition for tlira pea rings, hut the w rk will l»e ex pediird as nr*cf* as possible. It is expected that the hearing will be completed wit hi . two or three weeks Cotton Market AumcMted l*r» • h. New Orleans. I,s , Feb. 2. Fo - il n futures eloved steady, with a nAt advance of H to, 18 points. Spots firm — I-K advance. Statistic Jnst compiled by the Ixtngview- Chamber of coPtsiorea show- that something over $*;no,oo«J in public and private improveno nt? wire ?.nit during the yeat till. BODY OF WI1NESS HAS1ILY EMBALMED BEFORE ORDER DIRECTING AU TOPSY WAS SERVED. Death of Throckmorton. Leading Witness in Sne«**i Case, Hu'rtedly Etcba'iii'd. Doctors Say Died of | Blinking Too Much Liquor. Atstmeiated Pram. Fort Worth, Texas, Feb. 2.—Bf* cause the ln*dy of tidward Throcli tuort -n was removed from the hos pital lo an uu<i«rHkinx eulabltap ment and em blamed before a order (linx'tlsx that an autopsy be held could be served today. iu an i ■ffort to ascertain bjr this ok:its eft va-1 cause of the death of Yfiroek* nortoa, wh was the principal grit-1 *ess in thctrial of J. It SneeifT »c I used of murdering \ (i. Itoycc Sr.. *111 come lo naught. Members of the Thro* kmofton family deny ihal they ordered th remm T of the hotly The h • sol nr authorlltes declare they follow edit he I list en of turning the body over ( ■ th* undertaker. The physician* wiv* attended Thorrkmorton are of th* ’pinion that he died as a result of imi king too much liquor. Before h( dM Iasi night, Throfe. morion said he bud been “doped.”! \ grand Jury |m|ii/. as to wh ih * r bis liqut r was drugged will pro ha lily be made Throekmorion was found in an apartment Sunday night, unrousci oils. The trial of Speed will be re urn j e*l tomorrow when a special venfr* will report. RAILROADS HONEST IN THEIR DEMAND! I IN • HEIR UTAH NOS WITH EX PRESS COMPANIES Com minion* r Lane Suggests Exist ence ol Actual Partnership *V tw'eu Rail! jad and Express Com panies* At «m luted l’r«* s W-.ndiingtoa, I». F'*li 2;—-Geo ( Taylor, %l«»* president of tin '. !M*ral manager of iho Wextern d<* , par: meat, who was explaining tin I mechanic il opcirnttuna #f the com pa | us, «tts asked i»y Interstate Font > n rre Com mi *sioncr I«ane 1 .day wly> jit is not pnstdldc if every piece o’ I express matter Is weighed to pay the railroads on u hutfci o! actual w**ighi transport i*d. "As a matter of fact, Lane ronttimeit, "is it not !»•*< an ithe ex pr com|ianit>x ai-d the rail j roads are In praetiml partnerahip. Tail r referred tin* in<iuiry l men older in iho * rvire than Mr I Taylor as a wtMii'ss in the ex pres J rai. hearing had explained nut. tin j railroads routitmed i.o demand i | etc tier division of tin ex pee t rate >as their share. He said tne ifivta ion* with the railnuus are made oi the liasis of service rendered an I o' * the fa»illti required Ta* inr is o i _ tne oplttl n Uw the railroad, ar ! honest in their demands. TEXAS Will. TAKE ACTION II NEEDFUL Neither Party Mirt Shoot Across Border. Pr«*idmt Air's Assur ance 1 hat He H.tx Already Mad A'rnn^mCBts for Protection* j Aatwialed Proa*, Austin, Fell. 1 In answer to a1 j pi « al of llov. ♦ olquii * steps b< taken to insure the protection of re I allien I* of Kl Paso In eon ueetioi with the disord* r at Jtiatex* I'rest Heat Taft replied tonight: "Telegram reeelv* d. Have Issued ord**rs with a view to meeting th* difficulties at Juan* and l hate In i viced tW attention of the S*er« iar> l of War to the necessity for action.*’ j Early t day fiov Colquitt wired I President Taft, asking that the Mex j ban government and mutineers I*? warned against directing bullets across the border and informing the president tha: cite State of Tom would tak" drastic atcion If n -es sary to prevent the recurrarce of conditions “itc h as pr'Vailed dtimiM i PUEHI My TRIP - THROUGH GULF COAST BROWNSVILLE TO '*E SOUTHERN! OBJECTIVE POIN *'• Of Two Week* Excursion from Si. Lorn*—75 to 100 Sightseer* Will Conic on four to Conducted by H* R Gregory. On Tuesday, Feb. 27, there will irrive in Htownsvilb* a special train from St. Louis, it will have from to mo too rials, who wfll spend two weeks «e< tug the wood rftil lluif i htaat < ’on w try from • la I res ton * j j Brownsville, This will In* the first of a serh*r of tour* over the Frisco lines, ut be roadurt d by II. R. Gregory. A beautiful little illustrated IhmiI iet published by the Friuc publicity bureau has been issued, whirl tell* "til about lie scuwlon, Which will be nolle oat of I he ordinary. II wll? Ti-ive He l.ouis Feb. 20 on a through riwo special train, Tb„ first ainp will In- at Mai tab. The nest al Gal* .cston, after whirl* all leadinu Hull oast points will h visited. w» hi hi tow obi In utir."* or railroad i id *rlps a; various pl»re*k Brow nut Hie, gatamoriM, f*oiat laatiel, San Htni •o. Harlingen, Mission. SteAlh ti. 'hart, San Juan; l*oiin*; Merced.**; ’ll shy and LaFeria are all down on •he Itinerary for the Valley, The excursion is - he tub * If* reach h**r, at 4:13 p. m. Tueoday, i»h, 27. and the parly will have un- , lilt Thursday tttiriihti at 1:1# o’cock |o we this ino'st southern' Texas city anil iis interesting environments.in fding the historic* Hex Iran fit* of M.it vneros. A bil»«|U**t hi the Hiller ji t y h as hr e a * • • f« * r -d to I at re rvi *d or the sightseers. From her«* they rill visit the o’her Valley towns *am'*d II it, Groperp, nr side*nt and uni >ra! manager of the Travel Sh*r i* e itbrrati w ill roadurt the lour in SlHlly. CODE TELEGRAM GIVEN 10 JURY M TRIAL OF CHICAGO PACKETS YESTERDAY r*1«p*ii Showing Average Sellim? Price and Margies in StI1'* r;f Press'd Dec'Big Four Combiae— Edward Tild^n is tineas. ' w*K* la led Hr*.*»_ Clii.ii*g". f'Vli. I, \ end** |fii*K:ra"t» how in;; the av-nw* a*Him- i»r»« • iitti mar-ins .or Armour anti ftnn anjf ami ti»* National Parkins Cm,,; Morrla ami fern pa nf and Swift* urd »n-natty, for vales of dr* ss»d t»* f n |!.o'<in for l hr week end! tie July * fi, 1 !> I •, w 11 i r h w a ■ r ere t v ed i« I Ife 'hintgo ffltf, of tire National Pa» ■ mi Company. » »>; Introdneed fa «»> l« nif a the faackern* trial today. fke awtwaiw waa add re-* d lo Vi* <■ *1 iiiriii Palter \ , at Miaul nt ill t i*r Vtimn.o k.- and Pres.dent tfidw riTficn «»r the National Paiklbg f’n •any It l« the first time in the trial (hat h*> name ot Tilth / has Ij**-ii men 'toned an bating reerived th,. price oarytns «f the competing companies. Jos. J, K teach % f ntterly head of the nh I lifting tie part meat of the yv »w/I I'arMiis ( *tmpa'iy. w* tit * witness on th,. aland at the time •• be introduction of the tctogfrim*. fl#1 aid all the time he watt ermine*-ted %Jth the drt!*» d beef do) art mem i»i" «he eoinpniiy. dmihr tele-ram* from Toston and New V rk were receiv'd in the off ires of the National Parle tag Company in Chicago, frlflncj i*** idling price* and margin* of the oaekera *T:»I« foffr." The extent ton of the Port it Ton tier •Iran* li of the Fr‘mn will he fi:ii he*l into Victoria from Htoomingtott wth • n the next thirty day*. "A farmer living n* aT’*thT*"""*» recruit I y look fo nt foity Iw-e b I,Cftw pounds of honey. One hiin«lred end twen11-fT ar:*■ of land near Tailor n-ently w . 1 for one littnlard and alxtjr-ftve c’ol'i; ' r acre. e.. ..-..— the battle at Juarex at the ttm of the Yladcro r- volt. In reply thanfcjng the preavt-tr for hi* act) n. the govaTOOf id * •hat he tv Informed of what a* lor will l»e taken by the Barrel-IT S* War. wnimmhwf darv*» SAN BENITO, J«“ y ..in - -nr ( The GEM CITY of the RICH and FERTILE Lower Rio Grande | Valley J » 19 miles north of Brownsville, situated in the > midst of an exceedingly prosperous farming coin- * » inanity and conceded to 'be the most important > • agricultural shipping point on the Houston- * v B:ownsvil!e line of the "Frisco” Railway system- 1 ' THE PRE-EMINENCE «»f SAN BENITO. « a City, audit* *ur- j ( wtodln*: AGRICULTURAL com mo nit jr, as a farm lag" proimfitott , oner »«.v other town or Metioa In tt> LOWER 110 GRANDE VAL- » LEY. ha* he«*n e*Usbli*hed !x*y«*»*d ar. , 1,M* MARVELOUS growth and ADVANCEMENT of• this $% YEAR OLD City t*d the extensive and wonderful DEVELOPMENT I* • .. fan" ,a ,d ,ri*,|*i *ry to th, SAN BENITO IRRIGATION CA KAL SYSTEM. *» the sawvr ,i ^MA v? »»«* ASTON! ■ MKNT to th- VISITOR. «a*Hy CONVINCING him that title la the 1 > PLACE TO LOCATE If he i-1 * limw of - ujovia.; good IigiJth, Itv... *■ i In comfort. aeruriM enrrtnwf'ii» r» mtta fr*'ia hia efforts and ulti * , matHy attaining financial INDEXENDFNCE, « We just reward , and to wliU-h hr l* entitled. , • WE CAN’T BE TOO EMPHATIC IN OUR CLAIMS. * | The Lever Rio Grande Valley, and San Benito in particular, i has been endowed by Nature with a rich, deep and extremely fertile > , ,oiJ* tiif Proiiaetiveress of which is the equal of. if not superior to * , Ik® *oiI of any serf ion on earth and n climate ansor passed for uni- 1 i tormity throughout the entire year by any locality on this Conti* * , oent. ' • Tk® * cunditioas, roupkd with onr excellent. Reliable Lrigatton ■ *nd *®ilroad Facilities, complete an ideal and perfect combiatt- ’ i lion of advantages at San Benito offered by no other agricultural ’ - section in this country- ' > Inspection and eoirponron will nrove all onr statements and i claims made in this regard I- ' '<■ IRFtiGATI;‘G CANAL SYSTEM < SAN BENITO <‘irv.." * j II tbs largest In ils South and a id »ac of the Barged and mod FF- , ^ Flf’IENT e.«t <*n i' - a. r nr i‘ . r n>* ** ®f to laagth, *f»t feet in width and car. ■ • r ':rf * * * **r ft *■ all ti mas. Tb c r e are I .%• mtlcn of la term I ca naV i a i id . <:»c [ n"u "■ *• 1 •*' ■ *. » SUFFICIENT to S ATIAf. , r TOX1LY WATT R . ACRES i - •• • |;\ ; [ GATION S’S’.} A- >'i • i ic DRAINAGE SYSTEM. » f TEM IS PERFECT* £ TO MARKET YOUR PROUT f'TS SUCCESSFULLY AND IN A ^x [ SATISFACTORY MANNER IS JUST AS IMPORTANT TO YOU AS • [ THE PRODUCTION OF YOUR CROPS H r** i» where SAN BENITO 1 [ * 1 ADVANTAGE e f other w [ G'*n t<» *Iw ‘FRISCO” U... - ■. 10 i »•"III 1 • :,| f r111 v»"*. t , 11: ift f "I I! iI • 4 > [ ' 1 " ' ' " ■ *• tb < ’ f I I1H) ar R10URANUE | R VALLEY' INTERURRAN LINE. »°w in oi- w ish modr-ru *««d t ■ up tn-datft- equipment. This lino eueud** twit «»f the city of gay I BENITO l!* !»«* difrrii is a d irai.g ..w Uii# mil AGIICPITU I* K AL COM MUNITY fe h EX D 1 o END u ■111. i n .•«« v« n 1.1' d I»t a •>. « * | nr *HOW CAN YOU IL-TK VE UPON SUCH AN AR* t RANGEMENT f WE NOW HAVE OVER 22.000 ACRES FND :T -V”i”.L Cl’l TI v ATi'j'K. EVERY ACRE DEMONSTRATING NOT ONLY THE FERTILITY OF THE SOIL. BUT THE EF FICIENCY OF OUR IRRIGATION AND EFFECTUAL DRAINAGE. AS WELL ®mT th;<t licrc is where the me-coolir. located. There are new oaly fbter in <\ to. iwo in C*l:f r* and one in Flctida. This will make tbg fostcL in the United States SEEING IS BELIEVING. COME LET US SHOW YOU. VALIEV [AND FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR OTHER PROPERTY No Sit. I \ MO' N V <\\ \A*< I.A ••!». I 2 u*IU' fWW ftUjr fcii*! iiiiiif fro * ■ >t >,r itiill. K.»i 2 til, om4 fOMnt «tnr Ijfc , H wtlwr t»l I:n»4. M ill! 1'11,,-r.il IlirfN*. h It, Tit* .... till'-*' In * Vltf ’ iC'fi* I nri liiii-tii• «.* .7,. I i, it ■ ■,( ,iii. I hI m . in in 1 View 11 MO jn>r ncft*. t-2 C4u*ii, lliil. i J JCWi-iHO# I* POT HALUH UH.ONIZAMON CO HP ANY, HrowitiviHe, Tc» , — •— .... i . ——— —-■ j| t !* II .* '-It V 4r *r # *1"; *t # *#(’■ -I* *§■ it I- *f *i: 4 si "I" i ’If 45 "* T ♦ : Stamps and Ice : * Same o!d price: : Peoples Ice Co. I l BROWNSVILLE. TtX iS < # A* # ♦ # A # At ili It -I # t* -► + tl* it -f 4‘ *t* *!”- i* *3e if ti ’i 4 ir A.i * tl GREATLY REGRETS ms-cun feud FOUC OPENS HIS CAMPAIGN IN JOPIIN Say* Coaillifla Aaimg Nfaaaari IS; norntt l«*i Uflfavtmate awl Ssva II Hu Cannot Win H* Wt»l Sjpporl S»wr Frag*cum Joplin, Ha.. §Tkt* * “Tk,. a»i*"-j ; m ..if u- hum •*« y i to n. t .«• i»* n f«# .. * j ,*lt ril# |:l« •» it s #i*- j pms»k*«» of pfltllwwwf* mpl to H|**4 ,«rh nan an afttal opp run:ii>.*’ 44id forint*r flovernor Jon |»h W . Folk, t-jnipht. In aMrtftBiiff" Ua j Aik tfn in «'lnh jointly ,u a 'irthiBlHd ♦*f tifif * ji'titfPiitrii for Mt# rtmiwraffc impAiftiiiia.t Itiit fntf iirnttitfi"1 itt III rnf4«fr**il to III# r 01 trover ,y with Speaker * lark an*l ill'* ‘ tifi * lunate state of affair* «itililin (lie •liiiorflitle party in IftlsaMMirtr a it if **s|»l if lu> IimiI to split th< party lo win I h* «t>4itr t, lit* "preferwl (tot t*t am. Iff rat,I if hi* frtemfM- twilr.d tile Minton r I yiiti'i'i) In t he im.) ion at e oven tion ami ftMt maout Ihti oi!»iir»f HI he will **» i« "name prarrtfolir .ts*«n iaterl I*r4tp Kmana city, Mo., Pel!, %.•*•.fat tie ateady. Kinori pitern 75 to 1-2 Heavies ft*.25 to Sihe«*p ttva* tly to let* ctHKo Mttf.