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Brownsville herald. [volume] (Brownsville, Tex.) 1910-current, March 25, 1912, Image 5

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W ells, Attorney-at-L aw
to Powers ft Maxan, PowerB ft Weils, Wells ft Rent
rWells, Rentfro & Hlc ks, Well9, St.ayton ft Kleberg
|V real estate and investigate land titles. A complete abstract
of recod, Cameron County, Texas. Practice in all State and
' j Courts, when especially employed.
y LAND LITIGATION AND CORPORATION PRACTICE
/ F. W. SEABURY, Lawyer
i Practices In all State and Federal Couris. Regular attendance on DU
/ trict Courts of Cameron, Hidalgo, Starr and Nueces Counties. Land titles
& / and water rights investigated. Office: Herald Bid., Brownsville, Tex.
1/ llDALGO 10 STARR COUNTIES ABSTRACT CO.
ml I INCORPORATED]
» Edinburg, Hidalgo County, Texas
IAMBS H. HIIWARDS, ICountt JCDGE.1 JOHN CI.OSNHR; HKNRY P. GRIFFIN.
/ President and Manager. V.P. and Treasurer. Secretary
Have Abstracts of your land, situated in Hidalgo and Starr County, prepared by
this Company. A paid up Capital Stock of $10,000
IS YOUR GUARANTEE OF RECEIVING PERFECT WORK.
Hinkley Auto Company
LIVERY SUPPLIES REPAIRS STORAGE
cTWAXWELL CARS
cm HA/AI l/C 1 Build ’em Good,
OIULTvHLIvO I Give Reference.
Geo. Hamlinck PHONE 359
H. L. FITCH, Contractor & Builder
Sash, Doors and Mill Work
FACTORYON 8th ST. FACING RAILROAD
PUTEGNAT’S PHARMACY
GEO. M. PUTEGNAT. Prop.
A full line imported and domestic Perfumery, Fancy
Stationery and Druggist Sundries. Prescriptions a
p ecialty. Prompt attention tto mail orders, : :
FRONTIER CONSTRUCTION COMPANY
General Contractors
309 Merchants’ National Bank Building.
Phone 150.
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Dr. H. L. D. Kirkham
Physician and Surgeon
General practice with diseases of Eye, Ear,
> Nose and Throat
203 Merchants ’National Bank
Dr. W, H.DEAft.
DENTIST
Ov«r Eagle I’hnrmney.
Phone 308.
Dr. ESCA D. POPE
Practice Limited to diseases »>f the
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat.
Office Hours 9 to 12—2 to 4
Office in Vivier B’Id'g.
Brownsville, Texas.
M- E. TRACY
ARCHITECT an'l
MECHANICAL ENGINEER
Office: Over Rutledge Jewelry Store
Brownsville, Texas
Brownsville Wood Yard
Ebony, Mesquite Wood and Meiquite
Fence Post*.
Delivered Free.
Phone 228
J. E. VILLAREAL. Mgr
ATTORN Big,
R. B. RENTFRO A. B. COLE
Rentfro & Cole
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Room! 7-9-11. Vivler Building
cA* G AR Z A
Deader In new and second hand fur
niture, fine varnishing, Imitation
upholstering, and repair* of all
kinds. Have your furniture made
new at once. Work guaranteed.
Next door to Electric Theatre,
g , b 0- -lm
Expert Tailoring
In my own Shop
Full Dre's, Prince Albert and Frochs
rom $28.00 up. Press Suits for 40 cts.
J. C MUSEL
For a Regular Mexican Supper
Call at
San Antonio Cafe
Wednesday and Saturday.
•'iShort Order at all Hours
\ Elizabeth St., Brownsville.
William E. Hawkins Frank C. Pierce
Hawkins & Pierce
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law.
Brownsville, Texas
Will practice In all State and Fed
eral Courts.
DUVAL WEST w- R- JONES
Wm. S. WEST
San Antonio Text*. Brownsville. To
JONES, WEST & WEST
Attorneys-at-Law
D P. Chapin Geo. P. Browi
CHAPIN to BROWN
Attomeys-at-Law
Brownsville, Texas
E. H. GOODRICH & SON
Attorneys-at-Law
Mortgage Loans Dealers in Real Eslati
Property in Small Tracts. City and
Country Property.
Managers Cameron County Abstract
A. W. CUNNINGHAM
Attorney-at-Law
Office Practice Only
Harlingen Texas
Noah Allen Aasoa Rich
Asst. U. S. Dint. Atty.
ALLEN & RICH,
ATTORNEYS
Brownsville and Chapin
J. A. Ottmann
CONTRACTOR
Concrete Walks and all Kinds of
Cement and Bpick Work
BROWNSVILLE, . - TEXAS.
Wm. P. MOLETTE
Brownsville, Texes
General Agent
EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE CO
Mr. Glasscock Is Very Busy.
D. W. Glasscock, attorney for the
Hidalgo Canal Company, Southern
Land and Water Company, etc., for.
nierly of Beaumont, Texas but now
located at McAllen, accompanied by
J. T. Canales of Brownsville, came
to this prosperous city Wednesday
and transacted some important busi
ness affairs. Mr Glasscock has been
very busy since coming here, and
.some people who are delinquent on
land purchased are beginning to find
that he is not idle—Hidalgo Advance.
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Jack Roetzel was a San Benito
visitor yesterday.
L. C. Hill, jr., of Harlingen spent
Sunday in the city.
J. E. Johnson went to Harlingen
yesterday morning.
C. T. Harris of Mercedes returned
home yesterday after a visit here.
V. G. Chapa of McAllen took the
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motor car home yesterday afternoon.
D. X. Graves of Boston left
Brownsville homeward bound yester
day.
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Young and
daughter went to San Benito yes
terday.
F. L. Hannum of Djnna returned
home on the passenger yesterday
morning.
E. E. Philips, a planter on ^he La
Feria canal, was a visitor in town
Saturday.
A. A. Anderson, with the Star
Land company, Des Moines, Fowa,
was in the city yesterday.
Jas. \V. lloit left yesterday on a
short trip to Mexico City, where he
goes on important business.
Mrs. R. Harris and children, who
have been visiting here, left yester
day for their home in Oklahoma.
R. H. Senter left for Rio Hondo
yesterday morning, on business for
the Brownsville Growers’ Associa
tion.
Attorney W. R. Jones left yester
day for Carthage, Texas, his former
home, where he will try a personal
injury case.
\V. E. Willis, who has land inter
ests in the Valley, has gone to San
Antonio, where he will spend a few
weeks.
J. B. Black of Joplin, Mo., is a
prospector who was in Brownsville
Saturday. Mr. Black is very much
pleased with the Valley and thinks
lie will buy some land here.
W. A. McXelll, formerly of Santa
Maria, hut now of San Antonio, was
here Saturday with some home
seekers. Mr. McXeill expects to
spend several days in the Valle/.
San Benito Notes.
To The Herald.
San Benito, Tex., March 24—The
Porter building on the Boulevard is
rapidly nearing completion. The
upstairs of this building vvil be used
as an annex to the hotel, and the
lower story will be occupied by Mc
Chesney Bros. The other new
buildings in this immediate
neighborhood, are the two bricks
of the San Benito Loan & Investment
(5o., and that of Mr. Suite. The lat
ter are being put up by Mystrom
Brothers and Melvin iBryant, local
contractors.
Mr. and Mrs. Josie have moved
into an attractive new dwelling on
the Boulevard in the Landrum Ad
dition.
James Rogers has just finished
two new houses in the northeast
part of the city. One of these will
be occupied by Mr. Rogers and his
family.
Tom Howard is just finishing a
large new residence in the Heywood
Addition.
A new firm here is the Valley
Plumbing company. This is a
branch of the Brownsville house. C.
L. Jessup formerly with a prominent
real estate firm is the local mana
ger. T. E. Satterfield, a local elec
trical contractor is to have his of
fice with the same firm.
Silo for South Texas Gardens.
The Department of Agriculture Is
going to make experiments with en
silage for the feeding of milch cows
in combination with their cacti feed
ing experiments. This will be the
first silo to be built in this section,
and it will be the object of much in
terest to farmers and dairymen.
THE GRAND
TONIGHT
THE DIAMOND GANG.
LOST AND FOUND.
INDIANS J LOVE.
SONGS AND MUSIC.
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GI1Y NEWS
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Keep Kool—Use pure cold water
from the Sanitary Waiter Cooler of
the Automatic Refrigerator.—Walk
er Bros-Hancock Co. M&F
A called communication of Ri>>
Grande Lodge, A. F. & A. M., No. 81,
will be held this evening at eight
o’clock. Work in the first degree.
Life Insurance.—W. K. Monden
hall. Phone 42. 1-10-tf
Stylish, guaranteed Runabouts at
$38.50 to $125; Top Buggies guar
anteed at $48.50 to $150. We whole
sale and Retail guaranteed lines only
and save you $15.00 to $25.00 per
carriage. Also big cuts on harness.
Walker Bros-Hancock Co. M&F
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Accident Insurance—W. K. Met
denhall. Phone 42. l*<?0.tf
Cactus Expert Here—Dr. Griffith,
the government cacti expert, spent
the past week at the South Texas
Garden, looking after the cacti ex
periments both in the growing and
feeding of the plants to the herd of
cows on which the government is
experimenting.
Phone 373, Brownsville Electric
Jo., for any electric installation or
repairs. 2-19-tf
111 Several Days—Miss Cbu Kep
pel has been quite ill for several days
at her home on Levee street. Miss
Keppel's brother. J. Keppel, has also
been in bad health for some time
recently.
The Consumers Oil Supply is now
ready to furnish coal oil and gaso
lene to the family trade only, di
rect from the wagon. Phone 285
for prompt delivery. C. W. Kle
burg. 3-22-6t
Will Make Home Here—William
F. Russell of Guthrie Center, who
came to Brownsville about ten days
ago is enthusiastic in his praises
of this country, most especially its
climatic conditions. Mr. Russell,
who is a G. A. R. veteran, by the
way, has spent several winters here,
and says 'that he has decided to have
his family leave the snow-clad north
and seek this more agreeable clime.
It is his intention to purchase land
near either Brownsville or Mata
moros, and then sed word to his
folk to follow hint here.
Fidelity and Surety Bonds.>—\Y
K. Mendenhall. Phone 42. 1-10-t
Progressof Paving—Though the
streets of the business setior) of
Brownsville are pretty well torn up,
a par, of the area can soon be called
paved. Many men and teams are
engaged in plowing and hauling j
away surface dirt. Huge piles of
sand , gravel and cement are piled
at the corner of Elizabeth and 10th
street, near the postofffce. Here the
big machine stands, being fed with
raw material and turning out a
stream of mixed concrete into the
wagons in waiting. Elizabeth street
is blocked now from 10 t» 13-th
streets. The street car tracks are
already laid over this area, while
the concrete is all laid preparatory
to the placing of wood blocks from
1 2th to 13th street.
United in Marriage.
Last Friday evening at R o’clock,
at the home of Rev. and Mrs. L. R.
Burress in West Brownsville, Miss
Lee McKinney and Charles L. Mc
Caslin were united in the holy bonds
of matrimony, by Dr. Burress. No
one witnessed the ceremony except
Mrs. Burress. The bride wore her
travelling costume, a pretty brown
suit, and to the loving friends who
saw her at this crowning momen'
of her life, she looked beautiful.
It was known to their friends tha.
the young couple were engaged to
be married, but the wedding was
quite a surprise, as they unexpected
ly decided to be married^ at this
time.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. J. W. McKinley of West
Brownsville. She has been univer
sally admired and beloved by her
circle of friends here, and all "wish
for her and the man of her choice
a long and happy wedded life. Mr.
McCaslin formerly resided in
Brownsville, but is now located at
Seadrift. Texas, where he is engaged
in the real estate business.
Mr. and Mrs. McCaslin left Satur
day for Seadrift, where they will
reside.
DITTMANN THEATRE
HOME—A Thanksgiving story.
PATHE WEEKLY.
LOVE’S RENUNCIATION.
I
Partnership Being Dissolved and E very
thing will be Sacrificed.
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This is your opportunity to buy cheap—for cash.
Buggies and Surries. Mechanics Tools.
Builders’ Hardware. Paints, Varnishes, Brushes and
| Crockery and China. Window Glass,
, Cutlery. Refrigerators I
’ Garden Tools. Shelf Hardware.
• Glassware. Stoves and Ranges. <
> Guns and Ammunition. P ,
, " ...... Fence Materials and Nads.
’ Harness and Whips. „ . „ .
: Heavy Hardware. Sporting Goods.
. house Furnishings. Farm & Garden Implements.
’ Kitchen Utensils. Farm Wagons.
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Hardware Fixtures, Warren Shelving, Glass Show ;
Cases, Counters, Tables, Desks, etc., for Sale Cheap
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Hl< KS HARDWARE 0».
► 1
1111 Elizabeth Street.
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Special Sale
to make rcom
For Spring Goods
I will continue a
SPECIAL SALE
For the next few days
Remember
Cor. I 2th and Wash
ington Streets.
M. SAHUALLA
Washington Street, Opposite
Herald Building.
Brownsville,
Texas
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Burt E. Hinkley
Funeral Director \and
Embalmer
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DR. B. L. COLE
Physician. f»rie>a and OSTEOPAT^i
kIRKSVILLE and MEDICAL iiridaatt.
General Practice With Special Att nkion to
Disrates of Women. I
Office in Vivier Building, Brownsville.
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WHITE ORPINGTONS
We have a few White Orpington Cockre'a from Kcllerstrass - Brown
eggs which we wish to sell. They are worth much more than we ask for
same, and are birds acclimated to the Gulf Coast Country from a flock
that are incessant layers.
GLEN FLORA TEXAS SAN BENITO
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For us to please the people when I*
conics to price and quality. Buy the
same goods for less money at tao
Reed Jewelry & Op
tical Company
Ask your friends where to have y >tir
watch and Jewelry repaired.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
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SAN CARLOS HOTEL
One Block from St. L., B. C& M. Depot
RATES $2.00 PER. DAY
Brownsville, - - Texas
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Some Good Things! At The People*# Racket Store
Shirting3 and Domestics 5c per yard Table Cloths in red and white Dam
ask from 33c up. Tapestry Table Covers, beautiful patterns, from 75c
up. Toothpicks, big packages 2 for 5c.
I am also well stocked with enamel and Tinware, Crockery and Glass
ware.
Gome See my 3, 5 and 10c Table* i
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