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F. W. SEABURY, Lawyer
Practices In all State and Federal Courts. Regular attendance on Dis
trict Courts of Cameron, Hidalgo, St arr and Nueces Counties. Land titles
and water rights investigated. Office: Herald Bid., Brownsville, Tex.
HIM AND STARR COUNTIES ABSTRACT CO.
(INCORPORATED]
Edinburg, Hidalgo County, Texas
IAMBS H. EDWARDS. (CorNTY JUDOE.] JOHN CLOSNERi W. II. IBBETSON
President and Manager. V.P. and Treasurer. secretary
H«v« Abstracts of your land, situated in Hidalgo and Starr County, prepared by
this Company, A paid up Capital Stock of 510.000
IS YOUR CUARANiEE OF RECEIVING PERFECT WORK.
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Prompt Efficient Reliable
% Rio Grande Valley Abstract Co.
Incorporated
Abstractors of Land Titles
H M SKELTON. Manager- ^EOWNSVILLE, TEXAS.
Cl If AI |/C I Build’em Good,
VI IVALIVO I Give Reference.
Geo. Hamlinck PHONE 359
« H I FITCH C°ntractor & Builder:
Sash, Doors and Mill ork
FACTORY ON 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 ,to mail orders, : :
Hinkley Auto Company
LIVERY SUPPLIES REPAIRS STORAGE
cTVIAXWELL CARS
Dr. H. L. D. Kirkham
Physician and Surgeon
General practice with diseases ol Eye, Ear,
Nose and Threat
203'iWrchants ^National Bank
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, DR. B. L. COLE
I’bynMan, ^nrtcon and OSTEOPATH
LIRASVILI E and MEDICAL (iraduale.
General Practice W th Special Att.ntion to
Di* ate* <f Women.
Office in Vivier Building, Brownsville.
Dr. ESCA D. POPE
Practice Limited to diseases of the
Eye, liar, Nose and Throat.
Office Hours 9 to 12—2 to 4
Office in VIvter H’ld’g.
Brownsville, Texas.
Dr. E. S. Hudson
Rooms 7-9 Vivier Building
Office Phone 253. Res. Phone 53
M E. TRACY
ARCHITECT an'*
MECHANICAL ENGINEER
Office: Over Rutledge Jewelry Store
Brownsville, Texas
Dr. (j. L. Belanger
Pott (iraduatenf the Universities
of New York and Paris.
Specialty: General Surgery
Diseases of Wom;n and Children
4 It Merchants' Nations! Hank Building
ATTORNEYS.
R. B. RKNTFKO A. B. OOLK
Renlfro & Cole
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Roomi 7-9-1t. hitler Balldiag
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A. W. CUNNINGHAM
Attorney-at-Law
Office Practice Only
Harlingen Texas
Noah Allen Amos Rich
aaal. U. S. Dial. AMT.
ALLEN & RICH,
ATTORNEVS
Brownsville and Chapin
DUVAL WEST
San Antonio Tcxai. Brown»vill«. Tax
JONES. WEST WEST
Attorney»-at-Law
William E. Hawklna Frank C. Pierce
Hawkins & Pierce
Attorneys and Coonaellora at Law.
Brownsville, Texai
Will practice In all Stata and Fed
eral Courts.
D B. Cbipix Geo. P. Browr
CHAPIN A BROWN
Attomeys-at-Law
Brownsville, Texas
E. H. GOODRICH & SON
Attomeys-at-Law
Mortgage Loans Dealers in Real Estati
Property in Small Tracts. City snd
Country Property.
Managers Cameron County Abstract
Wm. P. MOLETTE
Brownsville, Texas
General Agent
EQUITABLE LIFE INSUfiANGE GO
J. A. Ottmann
CONTRACTOR
i\)ii«'r«*t»* Walks nnd nil Kinds of
Content and Byick Work
BROWNSVILLE . • TEXAS.
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cA. GAR Z A
Dealer In new and second band fur
niture, fine varnishing, imitation
upholstering, and repairs of all
kinds. Have your furniture made
new at once. Work guaranteed j
Next door to Electric Theatre.
t- ‘ -lBB
Burt E. Hinkley
Funeral Director and
Embalm er
Much Lumber—The Frontier Lum
ber company has within the past ten
day- received ten cars of lumber,
which is an unusually large iiuautitv
for this season of the year.
FOX THEATRE
TONIGHT
MARRIAGE — A comedy.
A BAUD EGG.
ALSO TWO FEATURE FILMS.
ILLUSTRATED SONGS.
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CITY NEWS :
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Berlin's Rose Letter box paper—
the finest on the market for the
Money—Webster-Hennessy Co. It.
Free as long as they last—The
Eagle Pharmacy will give you a 70c
pair of steel shears with every $1.00
purchase of Rexall remedies, which
ire sold under a guarantee. 4-S-tf
Notice to Tax-Payers—Notice is
hereby given that all tax payers
Must make rendition for the state
ind county taxes for the year 1912,
before May the first.—George Cham
[>oin, State and County Tax Assessor.
4-8-tf.
Good table board in private fam
ily. One nicely furnished Toom,
ground floor, with or without board.
Apply 912 Adams street. 4-16-3t
A baby boy was born -to Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Villareal Tuesday
morning.
‘ What's His Name"~^eo- Parr
McCutcheon's latest novel just re
ceived—Webster-Hennessy Co. it.
The Knights of Columbus wiil
bold their regular bi-monthly meet
ing at St. Joseph's College tonight.
A marriage license was issued yes
terday to Perfecto Cruz and Miss
Josef a San Miguel.
A strip of’road that i^eds repair
ing as badly as any .jn_ the city is
9tli street between St. Charles street
and the railroad track. Water is
still standing in this road from the
last rain.
For Pecan Tea—The destruction
of the pecan trees on Washington
street yesterday was viewed with
interest by scores of Mexicans anx
ious to secure some of the branches
of the trees in order to make “pecan
tea,” which is used as a remedy by
them.
Making Sidewalk Levels — rity
Engineer J. W. Davis was surveying
sidewalk levels between 7th and 8th
streets on Fronton yesterday .
If you jpau 't find what you want j
in booka*^||\d stationery elsewhere,
see us, we have it—Webster-Hennes
sy Co. 11
String Beans—Nearly one hun
dred baskets of string beans were
expressed from here yesterday after
noon.
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Knights of Columbus Notice—A
meeting of the K. of C. will be held
at St. Joseph's college tonight at 8
o’clock. All members are requested
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to attend.
Every housewife needs indelible
ink for marking her linen. YVe have
the best.—Webster-Hennessy Co. It.
Vapor Stoves have no large tubes
of explosive gas ready to blow up
under various conditions. They are
therefore much safer than regular
gasoline stoves. Buy the safest stove
known. They cost less than most
gasoline stoves and can be operated
by a child.—Walker Bros-llaucock
Co. It.'
The Hindu Jewel Mystery al Thc
Grand tonight". It
An unusual-sight Brownsville
switch track, is a P. H. G. & Moan j
Boon all steel coal car with auto
matic dumps. The cars which was
built to be used on a railroad in
Pennsylvania and West Virginia is
here loaded with creosoted wood
blocks. On one side of the ear is
a printed instruction to send it home
via the Pennsylvania & Lake Erie
railroad.
Handsomely bound prayer hooks,
both Catholic and Episcopal, for
gifts and every day use.—Webster
lleuuessy Co. It,
Reminiscent—Th<? sight of the
schooner Margaret anchored just he-1
low the ferry has aroused thoughts
of the days when schooners were no j
uncommon sight here. It has been
fifteen years since the Olga, com
manded by Captain Edgar Wood
house of Galveston, occupied almos.
the identical same spot where the
Margaret is now anchored.
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TONIGHT
THE ENGINEERS DAUGHTER.
SAVED FROM HIMSELF.
A NICOTINE CONSPIRACY.
GOOD MUSIC—GOOD PICTURES
And the Coolest Place ia Town
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j PERSONALS :
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Hugo J. Letzerich of Harlingen
*as in the city yesterday.

Emilo J. Puig and J. J. Hains
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vorth were in San Benito yesterday.
Judge W. E. Hawkins was in San
Benito yesterday.
W. P. Molette made a business ’
,-isit to Harlingen yesterday.
Joe Roy and C. Barko went to San
Benito yesterday.
L)r. E. E. Dickerson of San Benito
returned home yesterday, after a
diort^isit here.
Lon C. Hill, jr., of Harlingen was
a business visitor in the city yes
terday.
Justice of the Peace Valentine!
Gavito was in San Benito yesterday
on official matters.
Deputy Sheriff Paul McAlester was
in Harlingen on business yesterday
afternoon. *
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Hill of San
Benito were among yesterday’s vis
itors in the city.
I. H. Morrison of San Benito was j
in the city yesterday, attending dis
trict court.
K. S. Williams of Mercedes, who
was here for several days has re
turned home.
Dr. B. S. Robertson of Harlingen,
who has been here on business, re
turned home yesterday.
R. B. Apperson of Chicago, left yes
terday morning for San Benito, after
a short stay here.
G. C. Mayne, a travelling man |
from Detroit, who has been here for'
some time, left yesterday for San
Antonio.
Death of Miss A. Garza.
The funeral of Miss Angelita
Garza, who died yesterday morning
at 10 o'clock, 1 will be held this
evening at 5 o’clock from the Cath
olic; church MGarza was 26
years of age and was born and
reared in Brownsville. She is sur
vived by her mother and a sister.
Miss Virginia, both of whom live in
Brownsville.
Painful Accident—Mrs- J- T
Craig, wife of the former pastor of
the Christian church here, is suf
fering from a severe sprain occasion
ed by a fall on the sidewalk at 4th
and Elizabeth streets last night. Mrs.
Craig was on her way to prayer
meeting and was walking hurriedly.
As she approached 4th stree\ goine
west—or northwest—on the right
hand side of Elizabeth, she fell over
some fence wire stretched across the
walk at a height of eighteen inches
or two feet above the ground. At
that place a sraaH square of newly
laid cement walk had been put in.
Wire had been set around the spot
to protect it from passers along the
street. The newly mended walk is
almost under the electric street light
at the corner. Mrs. Craig, however,
failed to see the screen. Some per
sons passing saw her fall, and as
sisted her to arise. Her injuries are
not serious but rather painful. Dr.
Misell, who dressed her arm, says
the bone is not broken.
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Excavating for Oil Mill—Work
men are engaged in filling and level
ing the grounds to be occupied by
the proposed oil mill. Part of the
excavation work has been com
menced and some of the material has
been placed on the ground. This im
portant enterprise will be pushed
energetically.
An Armenian w{th an unusually
long name who came into this coun
try several days ago, toc‘ (he train
yesterday for Springfield. ss. The
man says that he has relatives in
that town.
Train slightly Delayed—Owing to
the railroad track between San Be
nito and Harlingen being blocked
by a freight train, the train due to
leave here at 3:40 was delayed 30
minutes yesterday afternoon.
THE GRAND
TONIGHT
THE HINDU JEWEL MYSTERY.
SAVED BY THE FLAG—Indian
picture,
AND MORE—A GOOD SHOW
5 and 10c
Men's Clothing 1
We have a full line of ready made clothing tailored in the
latest styles and made from the different weaves including the
Popular Mohairs.
Men's Underwear Negligee Shirts
We have the cool absorbent “Dryskin” One of the Largest and Most Complete
brand of underwear ranging in prices Lines of Negliges Ever Shown in
from 50c single garment to’ Union S1,own in Brownsville. Prices f.om
Suits at $1.00 65c to $2.00 .
Men's Hats TIES JUST RECEIVED
A fine line of Panama Don't fail tosee our line a large Assortment of Men’s
Hats at $5.00 and up. of men’s silk scarfs at 50c Working Pants at $1.50 ana $1.75
II Men’s and Ladies’ Shoes •
Men’s from 1.50 to $5.00. Ladies’ from 1.37 1-2 to $4.50
j| A Beautiful Line of Spanish
Linen at .... 50c
Dress Trimmings
Full Assortment of Colors in
Cord and Fringe and All over
Lace, also Colored Bead
Trimmings.
Corals in White, Gold and
Black at , . 75 each
Embroideries |
Beautiful Patterns in wide
Swiss with Bands to Match.
All Widths and Grades in
Swiss and Hamburgs in Match
Sets at Close Prices.
Full Line of Neckwear, in*
eluding Lace Collars and II
Pretty Jabots. |j
JUAN H. FERNANDEZ
Corner 12th and Adams Streets
Brownsville,;;';.— Ifexff,
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Special Sale
to make room
For Spring Goods
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I will continue a
SPECIAL SALE
For the next few days
Remember
Cor. 1 2th and Wash
ington Streets.
M. SAHUALLA
Washington Street Opposite
Herald Building.
Brownsville,
Texas
Brownsville Wood Yard
Ebony, Mesquite Wood and Mesquite
Fence Posts.
Delivered Free.
Phone 228
J. E. VILLAREAL, Mgr
Chief on Duty Again—1City Mar
shal J. L. Crixei! resumed charge of
the police force last night. J. M
Dwyer, who has been acting as chief
of police during Mr. Crixell's absence
from duty, has been appointed to the
office of chief deputy marshal.
Come Back to Stay—The slad
hand is extended to Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Blalack, who arrived this
week from Courtney, to make their
home in Brownsville. Mr. Blalack1
was formerly a Brownsville boy, and ;
hid many old friends here are happy j
to welcome him and his bride. Mr. J
Blalack will be actively associated
with S. C. Tucker in the management
of the oil mill about to be erected.
Mr. and Mrs. Blalack have taken the
San Roman cottage next to the
Methodist church. Their household
goods, which they shipped from i
Courtney, were being moved from j
the car to the cottage yesterday.
S AN CARLOS HOTEL
One Block from St. L., B. C& M. Depot
■ mint
RATES $2.00 PER DAY
Brownsville, * - . Texas
TUUttliilUUUlttiUittiMUlIU MUUiUiUiiUUiiUUiUlUiUR
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Have y'ou Had Trouble With
Your Gasoline?
We can stop your trouble with
cTWAGNOLIA GASOLINE
NON-CARBONIZING, FREE FROM IMPURITIES
If rour dealer will not supply you Call PHONE 363
MAGNOLIA PETROLEUM CO.
Mason Grain C .
Rice Bran, cTWolasses and Feed of All Kinds
1315 LEVEE STREET BROWNSVILLE,TEXAS
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I BRINGS HAPPINESS |
I to(h* ENTIRE FAMILY<1 \
IC SAN ANTONIO BREWING ASSN. SAN ANTONIO TEXAS |
T. Crixell, Sole Dealer, Brownsville

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