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vOL- XIX NO. 141 AwvwiyfTrBTi'
I REVOLUTION
I IN HIDALGO COUNTY
i Civilization Overthrows the Wild Animal
I Kingdorn-Pharr Progress Is Proclaimed
i Victor and Declared
} DICTATOR
.I-' J —in in — sms i.m i
I The EYE of the
| Public Is On Us
| PHARR
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The best looking and most complete town »f Its »ir.e In the V alley.
Finest hotel facilities, clean, sanitary, t**-si equipped an«l most
comfortable with fines; cuisine in lh« Vail* y.
f’ool In summer, situated In the
Ccnt»er of a Park
Where only days ago the cactus and mesnuite grew wild,
t'ouie make your home in this new and up-to-date town; tall In
line, w« are selling the ground fast f
('omc early that you may look well over the ground and select a
choice business or residence lot
Tome listen to the music of the trammers, Its echo rings through
out the Valley telling the tale of progre s.
An elegant bank and office building is faat nearlug completion, I
where a fine hall nrMI always le» lr» read!wees foe dances, meeting*. I
a" socials and theatricals.
Where can you find such an Ideal location? *
5 A handsome new brick church is nearing completion. A doren I
I hand-.mu* homes are rising in our midst What can prove i*l« I
P success of a town more than seeing homes rise so fast from where ^
I only six uionthsago the met us grew and the wild animals r atu- I
| cd at large?
L Reservoirs are built and only walling until the water works are
I completed to give ns clear filtered river water.
There are opening* for a flrst-clae* l»ru« and Stationery Store
A !>ry Goods, Hoot a*»* Shoe Establishment, lllglt tirade Meat
Market and Bakery. t*om lit tied ('leaning and l’r s.<ut.' ChftablUhssent
with Barber Shop. ,
First* Its* IVntist also Physician and Surgeon. For further pmr
t! ,!,a- address PHARR TOWNSPE TOMPWY
%
While In the Valley |
DON’T FAIL TO VISIT
MISSION.
Elevation, 14o feet.
Irrigation, unexcelled.
I Drainage, natural.
! WE PROVE IT

To be the most progressive, high
1 ly developed, prosperous, thriv- i
ing proposition in the Lower Rio
Grande Valley.
A personal investigation will con
vince you of the greater advan
> tages and opportunities offered.
MISSION LAND IMPROVEMENT COMPANY
MISSION. TEXAS
JOHN J. CONWAY
President V Sole Own, 1
_ f~
jorototo Straightens Out Tang1*'1 Af*
j fai»s of City. New Mayor and
Chit' of Police Instated. One
Thousand Loyal Federal* Exp**c
tetd.
Associated Pres*
Kl Paso. Feb. 4 - .luarei is again
under the control of the Madero
• o.ernm nt. All the members id :he
• garrison who mutined are on their
wny to chihuahua In m snecial train,
»»i u mission not diselos»>ri.
The tingled affairs of the city
were straight ,jned out by Genera?
I Op wo after a half day’* negotia
tions.
About a bouaatid loyal federal
I troops are exported to arrive in Jua
i rez from Chihuahua tomorrow.
Hufael Cmupa has h eii instaileed
as Chief of p lire, and .Santiago Mes
as as mayor.
The troops left for chihuahua re
luctantly No "Vivas” were heard
for Oroxro today.
»*EG1N SHIPPING LETTUCE
EARLY THIS WEEK
S'e ret ary Duncan Expects Shipping
to Be Very Lively Later in the
| Season.
4. S_ I hut caw, secretary of the
Brownsville Growers' ,As.s relation
, in conversation with a 14-rald re
porter Saturday after** on said:
"We expect « have our tir-t ship-i
ment of lettuce ready by the first
t«f next we k. and no dmht it will
brinj* a food price on the market,
al tuifigh his far ahead I can not
*ay h»sr h w much It will bring a
the market is very unsteady.
We are Having the dullest part of
tb* shippings just at present, but
during March. April and May tin r
will be scarcely a day that we dm.
s»*nd at least owe »ar of truck To
matoes will probably be our bewvlmo
commodity.
; CHURCH BURNED;
PARSONAGE ABLAZE
TWO REM AKK ABLE TIRES A*
FOR* WORTH.
Chinch and Parsonage Found on
Fire at Sum* Time* Church De
stroyed. **oth Firci Believed to
Be of Incendiary Origin.
A»sociat <1 Prana.
Fort Worth. Tea., Feb. 4 V fir*
!early today destroyed tin* First ltaj>
tist rhwn h here and ah Hit tbe earn *
time the res id *uee of the Rev. Frank
.1 Norris, the pat »r, «n» found l*
I he on fire.
The la .ter blare was extinguished
by the pastor and his wife i*ef r*
any serious damage was d me The
ifite dejiirt merit hellers* the fir t
I were incendiary.
The Rev Mr, N rris was active
ree ntljr In city polities and miteh
bitterness was engendered. On the*
(light of January l» two slurs were
' fired ai hirn through a window a bile
{ he sa. at his study at parsonage
neither striking him.
ENTHUSIASTIC OVER
! SKIPPING OUTLOOK
PR1SIDLNT REDFEARN OF FPvIS
CO REFRIGERATOR LINES
Says Impressions of *lrown*vill*
Coin try Arc Miraculous—Fir*t
Yea* *s Butinets From 'Hits Line
Wi*l Far Surjrss First Expecta
tions.
Hon at n Post, Feb. 3 —After
spending several days in Texas In
tjieetifig *h Hum of the Frieo. It.
W Red.earn, president of the Fris
co refrigerating eomptny, left yew
.erday for New Orleans and from
ther will return to his headquarter*;
in St. Louis Mr. Red fear n ia enthu
siastic in his praise of Texas and
speaks nly in superlatives when de
scribing the possibilities of the coun
try along the lines he recently in
spected.
His impressions of the Brownsville
country are nothing short at marvd
vus, and that Is only half, he »atd
, ...i ,
THREE GO 10 DEATH
WHEN GORGE BREAKS
*W0 MEN AND A WOMAN W~ERE
DROWNED
Icc nridge Formed Below the Fall*
at Niagara Breaks Loose and Car
ries With it Three Persons Who
We'e Crossing•
Associated Pre*a.
Niagara Fall*, Feb. 4# —The great
tee bridge that choked the channel
of *l*e river between the cataract
and the upper steee’ arch bridge
below the fall# for tire last three
week*, broke at n on unlay and
went down the river, taking with li
o their death a man and woman be
ii ved to he Mr and Mr* EMridg*
•tt inton of orottio, Canada, and
turrel! Heaeoek. aged seventeen. ef
Cleveland, Ohio. Four other* who
were on the bridge at the time man
aged to reach xh ire In Kafety.
The jam wa# a thousand feet Ion.
and sixty feet thick and for tw.
week* had made a bridge to Canada
Thousand* crossed daily Atnioi
Tost hi* life trying to save hi* wife
hcacock tried t > help Stanton. Whet*
:he bridge »*art <1 down the stream
‘he three ' at tried to run to th<!
Vmeriran shore hut 1; was too lire
Near* that the br'dge wax broket
«pr ad about the city ar.d thousand*
'stbored n the banks and saw Jo
I victim* floating dow*u the stream tc
| their death.. The giant floe finally
I victims floating down the stream to
struck an obstruc ion and w«» *ha
tered and the occupant* disappeared
! beneath the wave# and the lee.
CASH GO ARID
ACROSS IDE BGRDE!
STATE OF TAMA1 LIPAS XOT1FIE'
AMERICAN OFFICEBS.
An offl. !ai otmmunlcatIon ha
l*e n received by t'hl**f of Police J
I*, tiixell of Brown«iill# from th
t'omoMin«iant of Police Kafael Bon
-aiez of Mata moros. not living hin
hat a ruling has been passed by th
State of Tarn a til I pas. prhlMinx tin
errying of arms by any American of
ficial going across th*- horde.* intf
Mexico.
The notification :jo...r* tjie off)
fial d rutneat issued Hj he St i c o
T'.raullpM, which tn eff >e» . <«te
that, the secretary of slat * cf Taman
lipas has peii'ioned that, in 1 Irtti
of the fact tint the State of Texa
has prohibited the Marvin; -if arm
by Mexican officials who p« t
American t rrltory. » i-§ ordere*
that the auth rlil-* of th* v triaa
Mexican towns on the bonier *bgl
'rohibii, ‘ by reei,-* act r." * »»*>.-l
can officials carrying arms ml
Mexico. It concludes with * r |iie*
that Mr. t'rixell notify all of*i* er
under * t< roninmi-l if the order, s
that hey may no: traiwgiess by ge
in a across the river with their wet
pons.
This order naturalh applies to a!
peace merit rs of Texas, aid it i« un *
do***food that any who gv across th*
border armed are likely to be ilb
armed by the Mexican authorities.
This action is the outgrow h o
that Ink n by the Brownsville au
thorities several nt -tit ha ago. whet
the M tderlata soldier* stationed It
Viaiaraoro* came to Brownsville will
their w-apons. The Matamor t au
thorltles were requested at th** tint*
by the local auth rltie* to forbid th*
soldi.-rc* coming here armed, whlel
was done. ' **■ xr " .
Several of the Mexican soldier*
who p rsi*-e*l in coming over will
guns, were arrested In this city
They were released withoir fine 01
other punishment, h »»• r
when tell in.*; cf what he had *e*»i<
The purpose of his visit was to sia*
up the amount of refrigerat'd fruit.*
atid vegetables tha* will be shippe*
from along these lines this sprint
and .summer. He Mat d yesterda:
that he was well pleased wi b the
prospect* and that the first year**
business *om the Brownsville Hum
will far e.:ceed the first ex pec «ti n>
of the company.
Mr. Redfearn is considerably Inter*
cited in the development campaign
that has been stared along the Frl»- j
co Hawn between Houston and New I
Orleans. It will bring great results,
he believe* and »> Interested l* lie Ir
the project that h * is planning to d I
a little personal Avork during the
campaign. i
TROOPS PREPARE
I EOR BORDER DOTT
DUNCAN MAY MOVE WHEN HE
THINKS PROPER
Washington Doe* Not ,lelie?e Sittta*
i tion so Acute as During Madera
Troub)*. But Will Be Ready to Act,
With Promptn**ss.
| Wocisted Pres*
Washington. F <1*. * -fleneral
'.eonard VV od today Issued order*
•« the command r* of several armv
•♦oats to hold their troon* in readiness
'or duly along the border of Mexico
t is not believed here that the *l»
istloit is acute as during the Ma
; lew* revolution but arrangements are
being made to meet any contingency. j
fleneral I Mines n, Fort Sam Hops
• •n. Is Instructed to “use his own
I dement" In moving the troops tin- ..
ler him In enforcing the neutrality
'aura or strengthening the garrison*
ilong the Wider.
rroom in Readiness
tutor la ted Press.
1.e*vettwoith. Kans., Feb t<
’olonel Usniei Horman. an log corn
ua n dan I of the army post ai Fort
a*svenworth, received order* today
o It Id the tSeveiuh Infantr* and the
lerond Squadron of the Fifteenth
avnlry -the latter under the cotn
na.id of William T. LUtlebruPdf
eady to go at a moment's notice to
he Mexican border.
VIADERO WILL ADOPT
. DRASTIC MEASURED
tflLL APPLY D1A2 TREATMENT
« 0 REBELS
lexican Gewnment Wi** Tr*af All
Rebel* a" the Lite Pr**id*nt U*ed
to Tre»r Hi* En'mie*. Objectioa
ab*e E'*itor% WU1 be Deported.
seociatd Pr •*•«**
Mexico Cm. Feb. 1 Without any
tficial announcement or other no
ice the .Mexican govern meet sow
ropotne to erupt y the dra.-lic meas
•re# uaed by Diaz In restoring peace.
The inmediate application of this
alley will be the nati »»'» only no
ice accord lit g ti a stai-mem by a
ablitet minister today.
Swift punishment will In* meled
: ti* t » all agitators, whether armed
ith pencil or gun. Objecttunable
ew*paper wrl »*r- will lie deport *d
i undesirable eltluma. Public pa
idea and atCMt speak in** will be
rohihited where polltbs are tnvotv
I d
Official figure* place the 1*1*11
te# fr m insurrections at no .latu.a
7 24 a: thirty-four federal*, two
•andred and seventy-two rebel* and
' *n non-combatants.
OUBLE SUICIDE
ENDS ROMANCE.
arttcicants in Hnmaittk E'o^e
in‘*nt End Their Live* in Mew
.York Apartment House. ., ....
•©elated **nwa
New V rk. Feb. I. A double anil
ide today ended a *n*attonal ro
tiame of the former wife of Walter
I*. Suydam and Frederick Noble, a.
oung (dumber. fo~ th * love of wh m
drs Suydam deserted a millionaire
husband and a life of luxury. They
vere found clasp in earn other**
vrnm in their aparfmnt*. They bad
*een aapbyx* i by gas
Mr*. Suydam disappeared from her
anally home last fall. It waa later
*>un*l tha* It wa* for the love o' a
ouag plumber Suydam necured tt
Mvorce Mr* Suydam and Noble
married a month ago. No r.-n on Is
tnown for the double auiclde t day
Million Dollar Fire
\tutoef«ted Prose.
PhHitdeIph a. Feb. 4..A fire wbich
•aimed more tnan a million dollars
•os* recurred here today. Three
large factory hu IIding- were dwtroy
*d. The toaca are the M easel-Toll*
day Compa ty, manufacturer* of mil
linery and drew trimmings; R. p
B‘ield, manufacturer of shir: waiata:
tnd the Beonomical Shirt Manefac-*
luring Company
The 'Bailee foil a day pis* is the
greatest, being eight hundred thou
sand. They were insur d.
The Texarkana National flank: U
considering plan# for a seven story
building, to be erected at a c> ut ,
betwaua $] *0,000 and 1:00,000.
,
: SAN BENITO, JSSL
The GEM CITY of the RICH and FERTILE Lower Rio Grand*
' Valley ’
19 miles north of Brownsville, situated in the
> midst of an exceedingly prosperous farming com- *
* munity and conceded to be the moot important 1
’ agricultural shipping point on the Hunsfon- »
, Brownsville line of the “Frisco” Railway system- 1
’ THE PRE EMINENCE SAN BENITO. **> * City, and If* *nr- '
> ro'l,,‘,iD» AGRICULTURAL wmiw* titty, as a famine prwpaatttwi ,
. ov#r anv olh«*r town or sect Ion In thefnWTtt Rio GRAND! VAL- t
• IXY, ha* been eetabllahed beyond any fear of nuttsshil refutation ,
• Thp MARVELOUS growth and ADVANCEMENT o' tbla S'§ ,
1 YEAR OLD City •»(* the nxUNBle and wonderful DEVELOPMENT »
, of the farm land tributary to the SAN BENITO IRRIGATION CA- *
* NAL SYSTEM ore the source of AMAZEMENT *»d ASTONISH- *
IMENT VISITOR w»h:!> CONVINCING lm that tbla la lit* M
PLACE TO LOCATE ,f he la desirous of enjoying good health, living 1
In couiftrt. securing aucceaatful result* from hia efforts and ultl. *
mate 1 y attaining financial INDEPENDENCE, ** hit just reward >
and to which he i» entitled. ’ >■
WE CANT BE TOO EMPHATIC IN OUR CLAIMS. j
The Lower Rio Grande Valley, and Sen Benito in particular, ,
has been endowed by Nature with a rich, deep and extremely fertile «
so l. the productiveness of which is the equal of. if not superior to >
the soil of any section on earth and a climate unsurpassed for uni- 1
formity throughout the entire rear by any locality on this Conti- '
nent 1
These conditions, coupled will our excellent. Reliable Irrigation
and Railroad Facilities, complete an ideal and perfect combinn- '
lion of advantages »t San Benito offered by no other agricultural '
section in this con .try- ’
Inspection and comparison will prove all our statements and f
claims made in this regard
Th* IRRIGATING CANAL SYSTEM «t SAN BENITO (Gravity! '
Is the largwt in the South and and one of the largest and mwt Rp. '
FICIENT 111 operation anywhere at the present time. Tim main re
nal IS 1, ;U* in length, 250 feet in width and carriie 29 feet ’
> tvater at all Hines. There ate 1 ."•* miles of lateral, canal* mad 55® j (
, ai,5“9 ,,f |, ad dttrhom giving a apa tty SUFFICIENT to SATISF^C- |
, TORILY WATER th* 6«,®eO ACRES reached by this immense IRRK ,
, OATIGN SYSTEM* l» ‘-otis;.'' Moo. with this our DRAINAGE SYSTEM 1 a
, TEM IS PERFECT- ,V
. TO MARKET YOUR PRODUCTS SUCCESSFULLY AND IN A - %
, SATISFACTORY MANNER IS JUST AS IMPORTANT TO YOU AS •
> THE PRODUCTION 0? YOUR CROPS »<*r« Is where SAN BENITO >
• a ’ ' nm Al AGE •*» aay other aertion. Id
> lion to ‘ho “FRISCO’1 Railway ayat-m whlqh traverse* thl* farming •
I*” -s *» K mo ud BIO OBASDE ;
VALLEY IXTERl'RBAK LINE. now tn op-nrlon with mod-rn and ]
>.;v!,.0' ilate equipment. This lie* extend* out of the city of ft AW i
BENITO *n opposite direct toe and traverse* this vast AGRICULTiL* '
UAL COMMUNITY from jam to END wlthla convenient distanoe *
or farm HOW CAN \uU 1MVR VE UPON SUCH AN AR- '
RANGEMENT!
WE NOW HAVE OVER 22.000 ACRES • 1
UNDER ACTUAL CULTIVATION. EVERY
ACRE DEMONSTRATING NOT ONLY THE
FERTILITY OF THE SOIL, BUT TILE EF
FICIENCY OF OUR IRRIGATION AND h
EFFECTUAL DRAINAGE. AS WELL I \
Don't forget that here is where the pre-cochne plant it to be J \
located There are now only three in op-ration, two in California I 1
ai'd one in Flcnda. This will make the fourth in the United State*- 1
s- • :r t S SHOW YOU
tl
1 " " - -— -—•■— - — - — — —■ »■ r
VALLEY UNO FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR OTHER PRMY"
€X Xt'» *'>• I-' IWN'M rA\\L 1AM), HUM *p« 2 iwiiea fr»tn
H-• an** fr‘ n‘ itlll. Jclna No. 210, and name »h*r»
-4 ivift of hml. Main laierai t broach ft. Throe three trnrln in
r c«x'"l ntahlnrhiad ami mo ar of the land around la in eult'vatlun
**r*r*‘ I * •*•* ;»**r acre, l-’» rtuih. bal. 1 2 years, 6 per cent.
HAl.LAU COLOMZAMoX COHPAXY, Browasvlllc, Tci.

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• Same old price •
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SIEIER SINKS
REAR GAPE HERRY
CARRIED NINE THOUSAND “ALES
OF COTTON
Crew of Thirty Rr«ctted by S earner
Castle Eden. Which Attempted to
T ?w the Sinking' Steamer to Port
Bat Hawser Broke
\a#oetated Frew.
Norfolk, Va . F**b 1.—The British
steamer rsnuoli. < arryinjc l,r*W
square bale* of eotton from IS*!tee
ton to Hamlitir* sank early today l>t
mile* scuth df Fane Henry.
tier eretr if thirty ineii were ram
med last n hi at by the llriitah steam
I
ft* * utile Eden, which answer *1 her
call star help, and found the t onsols «l:;i|3
on fire.
The ( aatle Eden attempted to tow
Hie btiruling boat Into port, but the :;)||
hawser broke and the fire was no
Hrre that she cold not mke a new
coupling. • -
The revenue rut.er Onordaga
reached the Consols this morning
vnd stood hjr as "be sank.
The Cail 1 e Eden reached Newport
Xews with the Cttnaots* crew .odav
* *
A miiHng company of Toronto.
Canada, ha« i*een granted a permit
to do business in Texas, with prin
cipal -fflees at El Paao: capital atork
§SM,Mf,
Work has begun oa a serlos.it It*
pumping plants for irrigation, on a
farm sixteen miles south of Plain
view. •

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