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Get Your Money’s Worth BROWKSVLLLE HARDWARE CO
BROWNSVILLE HARDWARE CO
V0L BROWNSVILLE. TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 19, 1912. PWCE FIVEuRMTl.
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YOU HAVE LOOKED,
I YOU HAVE SEEN f
Now Then Move
Where To? ,
PHARRI
The Eureka of the Valley
WANTS
Men with energy
Men with brain and money
Men willing to make things go ;
Men with character and intellect
Men that are not “Has beens” \
Not “Going to be”, but “Is’ns” and “ares” ,
FOR SUCH AS THAT
he LatchsTring is on the outside j

Buy you a home with what you save in
doctor bills j

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Terms are such, that you will not
know you are buying !
fcy. E. CAGE, |
I \ Sales Agent.
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| Irrigation, unexcelled. *|
►v Drainage, natural.
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To be the most progressive, high*
ly developed, prosperous, thriv
* ing proposition in the Lower Rio
Grande Valley.
A personal investigation will con
vince you of the greater advan*
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tages and opportunities offered.
I MISSION LJ^ND IMPROVEMENT COMPANY I
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J JOHN J. CONWAY
President V Sole Owner
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A wind shield and spark arrester j
for cigars to enable a man o smoke j
hile he is driving an automobile or '
a bicycle is a recent Invention. '
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lesjs ae^ages sent out from
station In Corea have been re
distinctly at San Francisco,
390 miles away.
ing to German in vent i gators j
of eggs.are colored by a
ch gives
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Cattle Market.
Kan as City, Mo., July 7 8.—Cattle
steady to ton cents lower. Export
steers $8.25 <f» $9.50. Hops steady to
weak;heavio $7,206 $7.35. Sheep
steady.
Cotton Market.
.Associated Press.
New Orleati®, July IS—Cotton fu
tures closed steady with a
vance
dy 1-8
FATALLY SHOT
WITH OWN PISTOL
DR. SEWELL MIZELL DIES OF
SELF-INFLICTED WOUND.

Supposed to Be Accidental No One
Witness'd Shooting Which ‘^cur
red Just As He Was Starting for
an Outing.
Dr. Sewell Mizell shci himrelf with
a pistol yesterday morning, inflict
ing a wound w*hich caused his death
last night at 9:15 o’clock. The shot
is presumed to have been accidental
ly inflic ted. No one wii nessed the
r,hooting, which occurred at the Miz
ell residence, 1509 Madison street, at
11:10 o’clock yesterday morning.
Dr. and Mrs. Mizell were preparing
to go for an outing. They were about
ready to start, when Dr. Mizell asked
his wife to hand him his pipol,
which they usually took with them
on their outings. Mr-. Mizell handed
|it to him and just then went into the
kitchen. Ar: that moment she heard
the shot and, rushing back, found
her husband lying on the floor
wounded. The pistol lay on the floor
beside him.
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Mrs. Mizell called help at once. ;
Dr. Rentfro and Dr. Loew were sum
moned and come at once.
\V. B. Egly, who lives next door,
ran to the house as soon as he heard
Mrs. Mizell call for help. He found
the doctor lying c.n the floor, con
scious. Wii h the help of Mrs. Mi~ell
he lifted the physician to bils bed,
and then called the doctors. The gun,
a 38-caliber, was pic ked up from the j
floor by Mrs. Mizell and turned over
to officers who arrived on the scene
in a short time. The bullet was found
later and given no Dr. Rentfro.
The doctors had the wounded man
removed to the Rio Grande sanitar- j
irm. On examination it was found
that the bullet, had entered the body
abour: half an inch to the left of the
heart and just above the sventh rib,
passed through the lung and out the
back. At first it was not thought 1 hat
the wound wac necessarily fatal, but
later the injured man began to ’ink,
and by 9:15 last night t he end came. |
Dr. Mizell moved to Brownsville j
several months ago, with his wife,
from Mexico. He was formerly a resi- |
dent et' Kaufman, Texas, where his
parents reside. His brother R. E. Mi
zell of Houston is expected to arrive
today at noon, when arrangements
for the fuperal will be made.
SERENADE TENDERED
WOODROW WILSON LEADER
Tha Obreros Band Entertained Frank
Rabb and a Number of Gue-Sts Last
Night.
A serenade was tendered Frank
Rabb by the Obreras band, at his |
re idence on Elizabeth street, from j
8:30 to 11 o'clock last evening. The
compliment to the Woodrow Wilson
leader wa^ entirely voluntary on the
part of the band 'and was greatly
appreciated by Mr. Rabb and a num
ber of friends who had been invited
to enjoy the serenade. The lawn was
lighted with eeletric lights and seats
for the musician- were provided at
one side.
The members of the band, num
bering eighteen, were clad in hand
some white linen uniforms and caps.
The program comprised many line
compositions, all of which were ren
dered with great skill and won much
praise for this really meritorious
musical organization.
Mr. Rabb very hospitably enter
tained his guests, including the
band, with punch of a most doliciou
bre-w. There were about twenty-five
present. A crowd of about 200 gather
ed In front of the house also.
COLONEL FAVORS
| DEEP WATERWAY
Colon*! Roosevelt Says Lakes-to-Gulf
Waterway Should Be at Expense
of Government.
, Associated Pre s.
Chicago, July 18.—Theodore Roos
jeveJt, in ^Wetter to Laverne Noyes.
a supporter, made public
t. expresses the opinion hat
g of a lake-to-gulf deep
should be at the expense
government and u ge*
canei machinery
he Miss
WILSON MANAGERS
CHOSEN YESTERDAY
COMMITTEE OF FOURTEEN WILL
DIRECT CAMPAIGN.
William F. McCombs "Will Be Chair
man. Other ?ram*nent Democrats
Selected by Wilson Himself. Burle
son of Texas a Member of Commit
1 te<\
j Associated Pres:.
Seagirt, X. J. July 18.—The cam
paign committee, which will -have su
preme charge of the presidential cam
paign was named /anight by Gover
ernor Woodrow Wil-on it consists of
fourtee nmembers with William F.
McComtbs, chairman democratic na
tional committee, chairman.
The members of flic committee, be- 1
sides McCombs are: Robert S. Hud - i
peth New Jersey; Josephus Daniel-,
Nort h Carolina: Willard Saubbury,
Delaware; Robert L. Ewing, Louisi
ana; A. Mitchell Palmer, Pennsyl
vania; Joseph E. Davies, of Wiscon
in; Will R. King, Oregon. All mem
bers of the notional committee.
Other members are: Senators Tho. I
P. Gore, Oklahoma; Jos. A. O'Gorman
New York; and James A. Reed, Mis
souri; Representatives Daniel J. Mc
Gillicuddy, Maine: Albert S. Burle
son, Texas and William G. McAdoo,
of New York City.
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BONUS RAISED FOR
BBOmilE ROAD
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‘ WILL BE BUILT IN A HURRY.”
Road As Planned Will Run South
From San Antonio to Crowther,
From Wh‘ch Point One Branch
Will Run to Brownsville.
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WhEi undoubtedly means much to |
the Brownsville country is contained ;
in a telegram received Wednesday
night at 12.40 by Secretary Whitney
of the Chamber of Commerce. sign- (
ed by Dr. Leede of Skin \ntonio. The
message reeds:
“San Antonio won the fight for
railroad no Brownsville. Will be built
in a hurry. Let us all rejoice and be
nappy.”
For the information of those who
may not 'be familiar with the mat- |
ter, the above means that the balance
of the bonus of $230,000, demanded
by the English syndicate for con
struction of the proposed railroad has
been signed tor. This balance was j
something over $30,000, and it was j
cleaned up by the San Antonio peo- ,
pie. Wednesday night.
The road as eontf niplaled is to run(
south from San Amtonio to Crowi her,
from which point one line is to be
run to Brownsville, and one to the
gulf at Rockport and Aransas Pass.
Attempted Arson at Harl'ngen.
Deputy Sheriff Pat Haley returned (
yesterday from Harlingen, where he ,
had been to investigate a report that ,
an attempt had been made Tik -day
night to burn a t:wo-story building
owned by I.on C. Hill.
Mr. Haley said that no one could
he connected with the at tempt, and
no arrest* had been made. There wa
a report that a man had been recog
nized leaving tbc scene of the at
tempt to fire the building, 'but Mr.
Haley d ated that it was untrue.
The building was a large two
story brick, and the top floor was
occupied by about fifteen people,
among them. Mr. Hill and his !>oys,
John Morrow and ethers. The ground
floor was u-od a* a storage room.
Drygoods boxes had been placed
against the rear doors, together with
hemp and other comburt iles, all
soaked with gasoline. The fire was
quickly discovered, hewever, and put
out with fire extinguisher?. The da
mage was to the doors only and
amounted to about $13.
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WLATHEB.
MeterologiPal report for the 2 4
.hours ending at 7 p. m. July 18.
Barometer at 7 a. m.29.86
Barometer at 7 p. m.29.98
Temperature at 7 a. m.78.o
Temperature at 7 p. m.83.4
Maximum empernture.92.3
Mir.inum temperature.72.i
FORECAST.
Washington. July 18.—Wo : Texas.
Lenerai showers except fair
the extreme south . War
mer in the extreme w ; Saturday
I fair.
IjO • Friday.
jlEBELS WAGING
GUERRILLA 111
TOWNS IN DURANGO HELD EY
INSURRECTOS.
Zapatistas Active in South. Passenger
Train Cap'.ured, One Guard Killed
Several Passengers Wounded, and
I Engineer Badly Hurt.

As-ocla ed Press.
Mexico City, July IS.—Despatches
from point- in the northeastern Por
tion of the -tale of Duarngo report
that the rebels are assuming guer
rilla tac ics.
The towns of Anbernardo, Villa
Ocampo, Cienoguilla- and Inde are
reported to have been occupied by
the insurgents.
Three hundred rebels are also re
perted at Jimuko south of Torreon.
It is believed they intend to destroy
i he railroad bridge at Picardias.
Zapatista - are reported active also.
A passenger train was assaulted
near Chietla, Puebla, yesterday. One
rurale was killed and several passen
gers and the engineer were wounded.
Four rarale- were surrounded at
Tlavauipa, Morel, and before they
could extricate themselves all of the
number were killed or wounded.
Another force sent to their rescue
is said to have lost heavily.
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LOCAL DEMOCRATS FORM
WILSON-MARSHALL CLUB
Officer* Elected and Executive Com
mittee Appointed at Meeting Held
at Vivier Opera House.
In pursuance of a call issued in a
poster yesterday afternoon, a meeting
of local democrats was held at the
Vivier opera house last night at
which a Cameron County Vilson
Mar-hall club was organized. There
were about l '»0 people prei?en''.
I>r. S. K. Hallam, who served as
temporary chairman, called the meet
ing to order, explained the purposes
of the gathering, and entertained a
motion for the election of officers,
Dr. S. H. Bell, president; T. A.
Kinder, vice-president; W. A. Rut
ledge, sceond vice-president; Josoph
K. Wells, secrotary-tera/surer.
The following executive commit
tee was created:
Lawrence H. Bates, chairman. Pre
cinct 1, T. Pena: precinct 2, J. H.
Bazar; preoino: 3, ,T. Oottingham;
precinct 4, George Champion; pre
cinct 5, J. B. Wells; preeinc* (>, K.
C. Forte; precinct 7, Joe Kowalski;
precinct 8, S. C. Tucker; precinct 9;
Fernando Glaevecke; precinct 1.0,
Romanes Parza: precinct 11, J. M.
Villareal; precinct 12, L. S. Ro s;
peeinct 13, J. M. Mothershead; pre
cinct 14, James Lagro. x
W R. Jones moved tha<“ a commit
tee be named to draft resolutions a <
to name, preamble and requirements
for affiliation. It was later explained,
that the tea for affiliation would be:
“I am a democrat and will support
the nominee of the democratic par
ty.’
The following committee was ap
pointed; W. R. Jones, chairman; Alba
Hey wood, S. K. Hallam, Benj. Kowal
ki, S. P. Eaton, S. L. Gill, P. D. Ha
ley, Tcmas Tijerina, J. T. Canales, F.
S.- McLain, Dr. Geo. S. Sell, L. E.
Brounaugh, J. Crawford, Carl Mc
Davitt. Phillip Barbour, L. H. Hal
lam. H. J. Wallace and H. L. Yates.
There being a number of Mexicans
present who did not understand Eng
lish, Geo. Champion was called upon
to address the audience in Spanish.
I He did so, explain ng the purpose*
|of the organization red called upon
bis hearers to support the ticket.
J. T. Canale also made an address
in Spanish and told o' what had been
;done during the meet.ng.
Those who desired to join the or
ganization were a?ked to sign their
j names after the meeting, which a
■large number did.
Adjournment was taken until next
j Thursday night, and every one pres
ent was requested to bring another
member to that meeting.
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Cloui Har*t in Nevada.
Reno, Nev., July 18.—A special to
■ a local paper says that five persons
are known to be dead as the result
jof a cloudburst at Mazuma. The Ma*
zuma hoiel was overturned by the
jrix-h of water. A mile of the track
rjr th« Vevarta and California rail
SAN BENITO
THE
BIG CANAL TOWN
The livest and largest new town in Texas in the
LOWER RIO GRANDE VALLEY
San Benito has grown from nothing to over four thousand population in
four years and today offers best location for commercial and in
dustrial nterpriccs in Southwest Texas. Natural advantages
and improvements already made insure city of importance.
The growth and development have only started.
NEARLY HALF A MILLION
Dollars railrc; d business on St. I^ouis, Brownsville and Mexico Railway
at San Benito, iu one year. Sixty-seven per cent increase over business
of previous year.
Year ending April 30th 1911 1912
Freight received 142,819.44 235.S8O.20
Freight forwarded 42,839.33 96,100.31
Express received 12,539.64 15,426.23
Express forwarded 18,098.34 19,025.44
Ticket sales S', 160.95 43.960.66
Excess Baggage 292.25 478.70
Switching, storage, and
demurrage No record 3,204.11
Total Value of Business 248,050.95 414,075.65
Above represents only the amount paid to the St. L. B. & M. for hand
ling business: shown and NOT THE VALUE OF PRODUCTS HANDLED.
EIGHTY THOUSAND ACRES OF RICH DELTA SOIL
irrigated from the big San Benito Canal surround the town of San Be
nito. Twenty-five thousand acres already in cultivation.
INTERURBAN RAILROAD NOW IN OPERATION
over 40,000 acres of this tract serving every farm with convenient
freight and express service. Extension being made on the balance of
the tract. Rio Hondo, Santa Maria, Carricitos, Ixws Indios and La Palorua
on interurban road out of San Benito. Convenient schedule.
IT WILL PAY YOU TO INVESTIGATE SAN BENITO
before engaging in farming, commercial or industrial enterprises else
where in Texas. ,
SAN BENITO LAND ft WATER COMPANY.
SAN BENITO, IBB.
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As played throughout the country
by the various leagues.
Associated Press.
National League.
Philadelphia 9-2; Chicago 8-4.
Bo ton 8-1; Cincinnf 1 2-7.
S»t. Louis 10; Brooklyn 2.
New York-Pitt^burg—rain.
American League.
NO GAMES—Postponed on ac
count of rain.
American Association
Minneapolis 5-10; Indianapolis 3-7
Columbus 12; Kansas CHy 4.
St. Paul 7; Ixjuisvyie 3.
Toledo 5; Milwaukee 3.
Southern League.
Birmingham 3; Nashville 2.
Memphis 3; Montgomery S
WON'T SPEAK BRYAN S NAME. A
Watterson Refuses to •Defile Hum!
Mouth” by Doing So. j
Henry Watterron, of Louisville has i
decided not to "defile his mouth"
wBh the name of William Jennings
Bryan. Mr. Watterson dropped Info
Chicago today to earn $200 by ad
dressing a local gathering of society
folks. He refused to talk politic*.
“But, Mr. Watterson, Colonel Bry
an has said"—started one tnsheent
reporter.
"I don’t care what that man ?*ld.
t am not defiling my mouth by utter
ing his name,” replied the Louisville
editor.
“Arc you concerned with Bryar
star omen t that he hu cast
name from those acceptable to
janother reporter asked.
"I am not concerned w
man An any way," was “
shot, as Watterson hurtj
mere his engagement
| respondence New Yot|
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