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I-Z-—I To You - «» /» < * The Consumer of Ice We are manufacturing a high grade pro duct of absolute purity. Ice which you can safely use in any way with the assurance of no risk to your health- Our ice is made of distilled water, which is reboiled and passed through two filters. We believe it pays to give the best and solicit your patronage. THE PRICE 38c AT THE PLANT AND 48c DELIVERED CONSUMERS ICE AND COLD STORAGE COMPANY 4 L, B. PUENTE, Manager. — I F. W. SEABURY ATTORNEY AT LAW. BROWNSVILLE, TEXAS Practices In all State and Federal Courts. Specializes in the Investiga tlon and litigation erf land titles, and water rights and contracts. Offices: First Nat’l Bank Bldg. Phone: 315. HIDALGO AND STARR COUNTIES ABSTRACT CO. [INCORPORATED] Edinburg, Hidalgo County, Texas JOHN CI/JSNKR JAMKS H. HOWARDS \V. H. IRBETSON President, Vice Pr^s. and General Mur. ' Secretary and Treasurei Have Abstract* of your land, situated in Hidalgo and Starr Counties, prepared by this Company. A paid up Capital Stock of $10,000 IS YOUR GUARANTEE OF RECEIVING PERFECT WORK PUTEGNATS PHARMACY GEO. M. PUTEGNAT, Pro£ A full line imported and domestic Perfumery, Fancy Stationery and Druggist Sundries. Prescriptions a Specialty. Prompt attention to mail orders, : : HUDSON, MAXWELL, OAKLAND CARS FIRESTONE AND GOODRICH TIRES Hinkley Auto Company Brownsville. Texas g—*———a—mmmmmmmmmtmmmmm■■mmmmmmmmmmmm RIO GRANDE CITY, TEXAS J. R. MONROE J. S. MONROE Attorney at Law Surveyor and Civil Engineei J. R. MONROE & SON Land agents and abstractors. Have complete abstract of lands In Starr county; and the part of Brooks taken from Starr county to the date Of its organizaition, Oct. 11, 1911. Also family histories by which we can trace title to each grant back to original grantees; To complete which we have complete record of births, marriages and deaths from church records of Car.margo and Mier, the homes of the original grantees of these grants. Over twenty-nifie years in business in Starr County. *H£ MODEL LAUNDRY. We have recently installed in our Cleaning and Pressing department a "Hoffman Steam Pressing Machine." In pressing cloths with this machine, live dry steam Is brought, in di rect contact with the m: tewal, the garment is pressed uniformly, set and sterilized at one operation. Scorching is utterly impossible. This prbcesn Is more sanitary than the old method and the work is bet ter. Our operators are skillful and ou r prices are slight!* low* - than merly. Coat and pants, steamed and pressed 1.50. Coat and pants, cleaned and pressed $1.00 Skirts, steamed and pressed $.50. op. Other garments In proportion, TRY us .•• — ntuitle fr». J —-- - - - - - - — i ic ** _ I , ^B D H I I I I I f - 1 i -— 6St f, & Brownsville YOU’LL LIKE IT Street car line under construction to Country Clut), INVESTIGATE. J. B. Scott, Gen. Mgr. Brownsville, Texas l> ■ . X. ■■■LIJL_— SEAMS. CHANtftLS, . ■ .—:.-r^=a ANOLCS.TCCS. PLATES. n-r'lfrlT mm STEEL,CAST UNTLES, ; STEEL & CAST COLUMNS, HOUSTON, TE\^S* TRUSSES.GIKDEKS'CCL —1 fWQriPTj SHIPMENT?/ , -_i" ■ * CITY NEWS MIMMMMIIIMH4MMM4 VOTE FOR R. J. TUCKER FOR SHERIFF AND M. J. GARCIA FOR TAX COLLECTOR. (Adv.) Spoke at Cotulla—Judge Noah Al len who, it ,was expected, would re turn to Brownsville Saturday night, failed to ^arrive. While in San An tonio, where he addressed a hull mooee rally Friday night, he was invited to address a similar meeting at the town of Cotulla and accepted. He will arrive in Brownsville today at noon. Followine "re w*nnihe numbers in the Oct. 31st drawing at Walker Bros-Hancoek Co’s: First prize, No. 017695, won by D. P. Bred*hen, Mer cedes; 2nd prize, No. 019418, won by Miss Eloisa Cavazos, Brownsville; 3rd prize, No. 019269, Dr. Sizelan, Brownsville; 4th prize. No. 008298, Celedonio Garza, Brownsville; 5th prize, No. 019454, N. W. Stocking, Bixby; 6th prize, No. 017895, John McAllen, Brownsville. 4 Did you ever, ever, ever, In your life, life, life Bunch of Banans give To your wife, wife, wife. Enthusiastic Over Fair—C. E. Jones of Mission spent Sunday in Brownsville. Mr. Jones, who is a contractor and builder in his town, was very enthusiastic concerning the coming Brownsville Midwinter Fair. He said he believes, if Mission is given a special day, that fully one thousand people from his town will attend. The matter of a special day and a special train to accommodate the crowd is to be taken up soon. VOTE FOR R. J. TUCKER FOR SHERIFF AND M. J. GARCIA FOR TAX COLLECTOR. (Adv.) Banana S*le now on at Banan car I foot of 10th street. Nice yellow i bunch only $1.00; larger bunch i $1.25. Call at car today and please ! the whole family. 11-2-3 Rep"ir Storm Damage —The Peo , pie's lee and Manufacturing com ; pany are rebuilding the cooling tow i er at their ice plant. The tower was desrroyed by wind on the night of October 15, daring the storm. — Vote for Geo. Champion. (Adv.) Church Ready Jan. 1—A. A. Evins the contractor for the St. Joseph’s Catholic church, now under con i • t struction, stated Saturday that work on the roof will begin this week. With the recipt of a sufficient supply of steel and other building material, good progress has been made, and it is expected that the building will be completed by January 1. The cost will be about $30,000, VOTE FOR R. J. TUCKER FOR SHERIFF AND M. J. GARCIA FOR TAN. COLLECTOR. (Adv.) ▼OTE FOR TAFT. —Adv. tf. j ■».’*'! . . * i Election returns f°r the benefit of jail will be displayed on canvas In | front of the Miller hotel Tuesday I night by the Herald. The Herald | will receive a double service—that i of the Associated Press, of which it i *8 a member, which will be augment j ed by the Western Union service. Bicycle* and bicycle sundries. | Get our price. Walker Bros-Haneot k j company. ll-l-6t [ ’ * - ' * i \ • * • ■ ,-■« VOTE for r. j. tucker for SHERIFF AMf) M. J. GARCIA FOR TAX COLLECTOR. (Adv.) Practically cOfhpleted is the mem orial fountain at the city hall square. George Hamlinck. the contractor, Saturday finished the concrete work, put in the bronze fountain, and everything is now in readiness for the water to be turned in. The san itary drinking fountain is yet to be installed. Riflfc*> shotgun* pistols and am munition. See our window. Walker Brps-Hancock company. ll-l-6t Gaea fpr Treatment Mrs Damaso Leyial wife of ounty Tax Collector LeAna*-was taken to San Antonio Saturday, where she will undergo a sufrgfcal operation. Re member, deposits made in our savings department by the 5th of the months draw interest from the 1st. Brownsville Bank and Trust Co. ~ * ft i nti. ■ iifc.Hn i m u> ■ i> mvi m PATHR’B WRBKt/r. partners for ufr. THE GAMBLER. HEW PR6HE 9«RVit EXPECTED IT DEC. IS The Southwestern ^Tefefcrdph «tnd Telephone company tmlay nrlll begin its part of the wrok necessary in the installation of the new flashlight telephone system, now under way. R. A. Van Cleave of Corpus Christ!, dis trict plant chief, and T. G. Fleming and F. E. Edwards, also of Corpus * i . . Christi, arrived in Brownsville yes terday to begin the improvements. The work to be done under the di rection of Mr. Van Cleave will in clude outside connections and the changing of practically all the in struments now in Use in the city. The antiquated box telephones now ih service will be impracticable when the new sysfem begins opera tion, and they will all be replaced by desk instruments and The improved Watl telephones. The company has many modern instruments scattered over the city and, with the few exception of a few changes in their wires, they will re main as they now are. I The work of installing the flash light system is well along, and it is expected that it will be completed by December 1. Mr. Van Cleave expects also to complete his part of the work by that date, and It is expected that the new system will be in operation by December 15 at the latest. MS i VOTE FOR R. J. TUCkER FOR SHERIFF AND M. J. GARCIA FOR TAX COLLECTOR. (Adv.) -* BElIGHTFUL SOCIAL SAN BENITO EVENT To the Herald. San Benito, Tex., Nov. 3.—-Mfs. W. R. Spittle in a most charming manner entertained the bridge club at a Hallowe’en luncheon and cards Thursday, from one to 5:30 o'clock in the afternoon. A delightful five course luncheon, with all the Hal lowe’en suggestions was served. A unique feature were Jack-o’-lanterns filled with candy. During the later hours of the af ternoon bridge was the pastime. Mrs. A. B. Walker carried off the guests’ prize, a hand painted pitcher. Mes dames Barber and Horton were awarded the firs*, and second club prizes, a sterling inlaid vinaigrettet and a sterling inlaid perfume bottle. The out of town guests were Mes dames Loew, Cain and A. B. Walker of Brownsville, and Mrs. Mitchell of Indianapolis, Ind. A CLUB MEMBER. VOTE FOR R. j. TUCKER FOR SHERIFF AND M. J. GARCIA FOR TAX COLLECTOR. (Adv.) \ __M.' »■ • : ' LUNCHES fO BE SERVE!) FOR BENEFIT OF POOR 4 A number of ladies who are in charge of the work of raising funds for the poor have arranged to sejl lhnches near every voting place in the city tomorrow, and also at Rut ledge's clothing store and the Miller hotel tomorrow night while the elec tion returns are being received at these two places. Hot tamales, sandwiches and coffee will be sold. The money realized will be devoted jointly to the establishment of a small home for the poor and to the support of the school for poor chil dren lately opened at the rice mill. Buy a lunch from these stands, and you will be extending aid to two most worthy causes. -it_ VOTE FOR R. J. TUCKER FOR SHERIFF AND M. J. GARCIA FOR TAX COLLECTOR. — (AdV.) ———o . Realty Tran»fer. Only one warranty deed wag filed for record in the office of the ccmnty clerk Saturday. It follows: A. S. Wilkin? to Rodgers N’ic&ols, six acres out of the Esiplritu Santo grant, beihg a portion ont of lot No. 9 in block 03“, price $700. Collecting Fair ' Stock—Secretary L. A. Whitney of the Midwinter Fair Association, is making an effort to collect the remaining stock payments due by stockholders in the associa tion. About $2,690 remained to be coReeted this fall, and a large part of this amount has already been patd in. 4 , * & . \4' VOTE FOR R. J. TUCKER FOR SHERIFF AND ki. J. GARCIA FOR TAX COLLECTOR. % (Adr.) mmm THE SECOND IA)VE—A great west ern drama—Pathe. A PRISONER OF THE HAREM—A very thrilling Kalem picture. THE SQUAWMAN’S SWEETHEART —Tbi? is a good Indian Western story that Fin please all. EGYPTIAN SPORTS. SfATlXESS ev^ry day from 2 till 5. Indies and children especially in vited. Our pic‘ures are always first class. VOTE FOR R. J. TUCKER FOR SHERIFF AND M. J. GARCIA FOR TAX COLLECTOR. (Adv.) a.*."''* 4 I -O .. PERSONALS - Mrs. M. X. Falvella and daughter, Leola Francis, left yesterday mofn ing for their hofhe in Corpus Christi. R. C. Wharton left yesterday for Columbus, Ohio. He expects to be absent about tVro months in the North. William Briggs of Los Angeles, the founder and promoter of the town of McAllen, is k visitor in Brownsville. Jacob Gieb returned Saturday from a two vfreeks ffip to North Texas. He visited his old home in C«oke county, the state fair at Dal las, Temple, Austin and San Antonio. Mr. and Mrs. J .A. Holmes went to Kingsville Saturday afternoon to spend a vacation of a couple of weeks. Mr. Holmes is a train con ductor running out of Brownsville. William Lane of San Antonio was a visitor in Brownsville Saturday. W. L. Darling of San Antonio was a week-end visitor in Brownsville. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Sutton of Waco were in Brownsville Saturday. Ray Swart of San Benito was a Saturday visitor in this city . VOTE FOR R. J. TUCkER FOR SHERIFF AND M. J. GARCIA FOR TAX COLLECTOR. (Adv.) B. S. Nelson of New Orleans Is a visitor in Brownsville. Thos. L. Jones of Mercedes was in Brownsville Saturday. E. W. Bacon of San Antonio was here Saturday. H. Jonas of Sinton arrived In Brownsville yesterday to spend a few days. M. Fried of San Antonio, auditor for the Sugarman suply company, is a business visitor In Brownsville. VOTE FOR R. J. TUCKER FOR SHERIFF AND M. j. GARCIA FOR TAX COLLECTOR. (Adv.) W. A. Van Hoogenhuyze, a Hous toncoffee salesman, was a visitor in Brownsville yesterday. . J. Tiller, a Mission merchant, spent Sunday in Brownsville. H. E. Patterson of San Benito was in Brownsville yesterday. H. Guth of San Antonio was in the city yesterday. H. K. Johnson of San Antonio is a guest at the Miller hotel. ' .» 4 k • *• - f Among the San Benito visitors In Brownsville yesterday were W. B. Walton, J. P. Odom and J. L. Craw ford.” A. B. Ellis and Lon C. Hill, Jr., of Harlingen were visitors in Browns ville Sunday. F. H. Kimbrough of Toledo, Ohio, who represents a druggists’ specialty manufacturing hou?e, is a guest at the Miller hotel. VOTE FOR R. J. TUCKER FOR SHERIFF ANf) M. J. GARCIA FOR TAX COLLECTOR. (Adv.) H. C. Wilson, a railroad ticket man of Nevada, Mo., arrived in Brownsville yesterday and will con nect with the Frisco railroad. J. M. Breen, tbe mayor of San Be nito, W. C. Clark of J««par, A Hi., B. S. Nelson of Louisiana, Dr. E. E. Dickason and Frank C. Piecre, both of Brownsville, made up a party that visited Colombres, now Rio Bravo, Mexico, yesterday. They went down to viesr the immense irrigation pro ject now in course of construction there. They returned to Brownsville last night. Madame Carlos PALMIST Hour* Id to 12 a. in. 2 to 5 p. n. 505 ST. CHARLES ST. _y/_ THE NATIONAL MEAT MAMET * Offer* to the public and dis tinguished familie s In particular, refrigerator and fresh meats of all kinds, and at reasonable prices. Phcrfte Iff I.- FRET> VtLLAftREAL. (Adv.10-24-241 *************** WIriT II $. **************** BOARD AND ROOM SELECT board and room. 910 Levee Street 10-18-tf A FEW gentlemen boarders and roomers can be accommodated at 508 Elizabeth stdeet 10-25-tf ~ SmT FOR SALE—Black mare, rubber tired buggy and harness. In good condition; will sell cheap for cash. Phone 359. 10-1-tf FOR SALE J— Two thoroughbred Duroc Jersey pigs (male.) T. B. White, c]o P. O. • 1025-5 REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 'OR SALE—Chance to atop paying feat. Buy home In West Brbwns ville on easy terms, 3 lots, 6 rooms and bath room, 2 halls, Including reception hall, wIO*’1 all modern conveniences. Small payment down nod balance as you would pay rent. W. F. Montgomery, Phone 322. 7-11-tf. —_ FBRRERT FOR RENT—Nicely furnished rooms. All conveniences. Phone 216. 422 Levee street. 10-22-9t FOR RENT—Half of first floor of Herald building, fronting . 12th street. Apply Herald upstairs. FOR RENT—Large furnished room. Southeast side of building, up stairs. Suitable for two persons if desired. References asked and given. Apply to Mrs. J. T. Craig, 912 Adams street. FOR RENT—Three furnished rooms, close in. Apply Herald X Y Z. 10-16-14t i'lfi.i"■■■ • FOR RENT—Large southeast room, wih fireplace, nicely furnished. Corner Sf. Charles and Levee st. $10 per month. 11-4-3 l* 1 • LOST—Small pink cameo pin, carved gold setting, between the sanitar ium and 610 Levee street. Liberal . reward if returned to Mrs. E. F. Johnson. 11-4-3 __'t'_ VOTE FOR R. j. TUCKER FOR SHERIFF AND M. J. (JAJtCIA FOR TAX COLLECTOR. ' (|( (Adv.) -T-7.5- * Freight Receipt*. ,r Thirty-one solid car loads of freight vrere received in Brownsville Saturday. Included in this number were, six cars of merchandise, two cars of oil, two cars of machinery, one car of furniture, one car of auto mobiles, one car of canned goods, six cars of lumber, one car of flour, two cars of barley, one car of sash and doors, one car of gravhl, one car of plows, five cars of sand and a car of cross timbers. --- __ VOTE FOR R. J. TUCKER FOR SHERIFF AMD M. J. GARCIA FOR TAX COLLECTOR. (Adv.) MUM THE TMIE. frisco time table Lekve Brownsville to Houston No. 102 .. 4:05 a. m. No. 104 . 4:00 p. m. To Sam Fordyce No. 122 . 10:00 a. m. No. 124 .. 3:00 p. m. Arrive from Houston. No. 103 .. 12:15 p. m. No. 101.11:40 p. m. From Sam Fordyce No. 12T1 . 0:00 t>. m. No. 123 . 9:55 a. m. BSTLESBI c r : STOK A. E. Leotoa and Son, Prop*. Indian and Mexican Pottery, Blank ets, Opals, Carved leather goods, etc. Fine Vera Cruz Cigars and the larg est assortment of post cards to select from in the city. H. MATAMOROS, TAM., MEXICO. SMALL TRACTS OF LARD REAR CITY Now Hi the time to purchase small tracts of land near the city at rea sonable prices. Have recently pur chased tile R, A. Lleck land near the city; have subdivided same into tracts Of from ten (10) fo forty (40) acres. This land Is located on Canal and is strictly first class in every particular. Apply Direct to E. K. GOODRICH PRDfESSIOML CARPS DR. L P. POYNOR ' PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Diseases of Women and Childreft a Specialty Office Over Eagle Pharmacy X. X. HARSRBAROER, X. D. Surgeon Rio Grande Hospital General Practice and General Surgery Office Over Rutledge Jewelry Stora Hours: 9 to 11 a. m. 2 to 4 p. m. Other hours at Hospital * Or. H. L. D. Kirkham Physician and Surgeon Gtasrsl practice with dltcaaca sf Bye, Ear, Noee and Threat I Z03 Merchants National Bank DR. B. L COLE j« zrsMuvrs+m l Q*»*nl Pr«ccict With ^Special AlWatioa K> Office ill Vivicr Building. Brownsville. | Dr. ESCA D. POPE , "TOcfice Limited to dJieaiw'of Cho Eye, Ear, None and Throat, Mk» Hoars 9 to ft • to 4 Office in Vlvler B ld g. Brownsville, Texan. WM. ». SPHOlf. M. D. Office: 302 Merchants Bank Bldg Office Phone 341. Night Phone 217 General Practice. Also Genlto • • Urinary and Skin Diseases. Hours: 1* to 11 m. m. 1 to 2; 7 to 8 p. a. ~* ATTORNEYS j R. B. Rentfro, A: B. Cole Rentfro & Cole Attorneys- Af- Law 204-20S MEHCHAHTS HAH0HAL BAHK BUILDtlfd ■An ___ A. W. CUNNINGHAM Attortiey-it-Liw Office Practice Only ALLEN. & RICH, ATTORNEYS Brown, vtll. and Ch.pt. E. H. GOODRICH if SON Attorneys-at-Liw Rortfag e Loans Dealers In Real Estate Proparty Is Snail Tracts. City sad Cesstry Prop**. ^aasten Canaros County Ahatraat DUVAL WEST W. R. JONES swA*Mi.r«« TStiJESK JONES. WEST *r WEST Attorney a-at-Law Wm. J. Russell Attorney at Law Room »7, Merchants’ Nat’l Bank Bldf. Brownsville, Texaa. DRAFTING AND TRACING maps, building designs, etc. Accurate and Prompt Work FRANK SLAUGHTER Office of A. W. Arnthpr Cotrhty Surveyor * OR Phone to, San Carlo* Hotal BROWNSVILLE, TEXAS.' Wm. P. MOLETTE Brownsville, Texas (» Agent EQUITABLE LIFE IISDBAMCfc Qfl > Burks Company Undertakers and Piuhnliion m. iwbSi! . ,|1 Hanager and Director. Ill levee Street, Near Fa**eagsv Depot. *Phene 378. Brownsville Wood Yard Ebony, Mesquite Weed and Meaquitl Fence Foeta, Delivered Free. ‘ d.i4 i PHONE 240 tM LEONIDES SANCHES T -* Gasoline locomotives have been perfected in England that can bo used safely in mines, their ignition toiling place within rtlgltt Mines, while they exhaust through water.