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The Brownsville Herald.
OF? ICIAL. COUNTY AND CITY JOURNAL Jesse O. Wheeler. Proprietor. Ccasolidated in 1893 with the Daily- Cos mopolitan which was published. Brownsville, for" sixteen years. 1 1 tetcd at the Postoffice. Brownsville, as second-class matter. -MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1907 GAAfE LAWS OPENLY violated: It is learned upon reliable au thority that the game laws, espe cially those intended for the pro tection of deer, are being constantly and openly violated in this section, atirt the- natural result is that the deer are fast being exterminated in some parts of the county. Around San Benito, it is said, it is quite a common practice for Mexican hunt ers to kill does, which is strictly prohibited by the law, and hunting -with headlights is another viola tion of the game law which is quite common. In other localities of this section it is said that the same lawlessness prevails. That such violations of the law should be stopped and the offenders nunished eoes without saying. It is surely up to the deputy game wardens of Cameron county to look into this matter promptly and see, that the malefactors who are thus -ruthlessly destroying the deer in "this valley are caught and dealt with according to law. The game laws are made for the purpose of 'preserving from extinction those finer kinds of game with which the "woods and plains of the state were once so bountifully stocked by Na ture. Experience has shown that fcyfcilli g the female and young deer, trie process of extermination Is so' rapid that it would require 'aut a comparatively short time in -which to completely wipe out the last remnant of these noble animals from this country. Hence the law prohibits absolutely the killing of either does or fawns at any season of the year, and only permits the killing of bucks during the months af November and December, and the number which any huntsman is permitted to kill during a single season is limited to three. Only by a strict observance of these laws can the deer be preserved, and it is the sworn duty of the deputy game wardens to see that they are enforced. It is to be hoped that something -may be done immediately to rem edy Ihisvil. An example should be made of some of the . offenders ho should be given the full pen alty of the law. Elsewhere the sporting clubs are using their ut most efforts to see that the game .laws are enforced, and the Brovns ville Gun Club might follow their example with good results. .Newspaper Subscription Laws. -3?ew readers or publishers of pa pers'fully or clearly understand the laws governing subscriptions. The decisions of the United States Court on this subject are: 1 Subscribers who do not give express notice to the contrary are -considered as wishing to renew Hhcir subscriptions. 2 If subscribers order the dis continuance of their periodicals the publisher may continue to send them until all arrearages are paid. 3 If subscribers neglect or re ifnse to take their periodicals from tihe postoffice to which they aie directed, they are responsible un--iif they have settled-.their bills and o .'"ired them discontinued. s If subscribers move to other places without informing the pub lisucr and the paper is sent to the former address, they are held re sponsible. ' 5 The courts have decided that Tefusing to take periodicals from "the office, or removing and leaving -them uncalled for is prima facie -evidence of fraud. j 6 If subscribers pay in advance they are bound to give notice at the end of the time, if they do not wish to continue taking it, other wise the publisher is authorized to seed it, and the subscriber will be responsible uutil express notice, j with payment of all arrearages, is sent in to the publisher. The latest postal laws are such that newsoaner publishers can ar rest any one for fraud who takes a paper and refuses to pay for it. Under this law the man who al lows his subsciption to run along for some time unpaid, and orders it marked, "refused" and have a post card sent notifying the pub lisher, leaves himself liable to ar rest and fine the same as for theft Ex. Check on Cab Charges. The latest Parisian and London novelty, the self registering clock to tell a person riding in a cab just j hovr much Ins fare ought to be, has made its appearance in New York," attached to a bright green automo bile, Tvith a limousine body, that is generally to be seen in the cab stand in front of the Fifth Avenue hotel. The register is about ten inches across and is connected with the front wheels by a rubber tube, in cased in thin wire to strengthen it. The figures on the dial are express ed in our money, and one of the striking things about the apparatus is a little flag of metal, painted a bright red, that bears the sign rVa cant" on it. "When the automobile is not in use this sign is to be seen lying down at right angles to the register itself. You prove your intelligence when you pick Arbuckles' Ari oca Coffee instead of the mis branded, misnamed " Mocha & as the cheapest good in the world. AKBUCKXiE BROS.. Stesz Torl City. COi 99 r.c ICC I m 1(1.1 m ft B i M ft m m tie iMrt oe is me snoe us bis positive guar Iti mi m If the uppor breaks through bofore the sole is worn through, we will replace with a new pair of ShOCS. PACKARD 4. FIELD, BROCKTON. m m You will find the $5.00 Guaranteed Shoes at A. SPERO, q and other First-Class Boot Shops generally. r KORRECTJ On Thanksgiving Day you will surely have the best of reasons to be thankful if you purchase one of Studebaker's carriages, for you will find it not only the easiest running vehicle you ever rode in, but will be charmed by its stylish appearance and finish, and as time rolls on you will be satisfied that it is the most perfectly constructed carriage on the market. Modesto Gonzalez Elizabeth Street, Opposite Eagle Drug Stortj J. W. Lamb, Manager Brownsville, Texas w 0 Toasting the Feet. "Got a cold, eh?" said the wise guy. Well, 1 suppose everybody has sprung a remedy on you, and I'm not going to be remiss in this duty of friendship. Try this: Every evening as soon as you get home dis card shoes and socks and thorough ly toast your feet fairly scorch them, and put on warm, 'dry socks and a change of shoes. Warm them for twenty minutes or half an hour. Do the same thing just before you go to bed. 2Tb charge for this ad vice, but it will save you at least ?9 every winter, besides any amount of sneezing and. wheezing." Colum bus Dispatch. Chicago's Table Manners. I believe that there is not a large city in the world in which the table manners prevailing in the fashiona- j Dr. Alexander Grossman, the eminent Hair and Scalp Specialist, ble and high priced restaurants are has, after 15 years of research and experimenting, discovered an ABSO so execrable as in Chicago. The I,UT.E remedy for this unsightly disfigurement. guest who does not the moment he SUPERFLUOUS HAIR IS NOW CURABLE. Madam Are you afflicted with this disease Are you still using a razor Are you still using a tweezer Then you certainly have not used M A J I. takes his seat clear his throat and spit right and left on the carpet or the marble floor and then blow his nose like a cornet or a bassoon is the exception. Tom Brown's report when he got back to London that Chicago was a cross between a west ern mining camp and a civilized city was not so far wrong in some par ticulars. Chicago Chronicle. GUARANTEED To destroy the coarsest growth or your money refunded. SII1f Jfflfizs -;3'? And we can prove it. A Custer Memorial. The city of Monroe, Mich., pur poses to erect a memorial to Gen eral George A. Custer. The legis lature will be asked to help in rais ing $25,000 for this purpose. 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MAJI cures by destroying the productive MAJI Lets Quickly and Permanently. favorable to its conditions that cause this disease If you want to be CURED, if you want to dispense with the razor. a story of Daring. if you want to discard the heavy veil you are compelled to wear to con "I dare you," says Mrs. Sage, giv- ceal this humiliating, unsightly blemish, get a bottle of MAJI now at ing $1,000,000 to the Troy Tech. I dare j'ou, says Mr. Carnegie, giving 10,000,000 to the simple spellers. "I dare you, says Mr. Kockefel- er, giving $32,000,000 to the gen eral education board. "Go ahead and dare," saye Hetty iireen. Buffalo JKxpress. once. It your druggist does not keep it send i.uu to us direct, and we will mail it to you, postage prepaid, in plain wrapper. Turkish Remedy Company 511 6th Avenue, New York City Address Desk 2. Free: ValuableSBooklet, "The Key t,o the Problem." SENT ON REQUEST F. W. Seabury ATTONEY-AT-LAW Riogar&nde City, Texas f i piacticein the District Courts tSlarr, Hidalg Zapat? and Webb Counties. of WHITE ELEPHANT SAL00 N T. I CBIXELL. Prafffetsr. First-class Liquors, Wines, Cigars. Polite Attention.. Market Scnire BrownsrBe, Tezu Union Bakery John Thielen, Manager Bread, Biscuit, Cakes, Etc.. Made From Choicest Brands of Flour j Ellrabeth Street, Brownsville, Tex Ruhmann&Cook ....PLUMBERS.... IaitsSati9nof OiuoHne Esgines an PfiBjal - 4 Specifier. 'Texas Beer for Texas People," No better beer is produced" in the whole United States, than. ! ALAMO -jj sSOTTLS seat You only have to try a bottle to know it. Bnwsd and Bottled by Lone Star Brewing Co., San Antonio, Texas. ' Hill's Horlingen Baa founds sg&. Hollam Colonization Company PROMPTNESS cAND LIBERALITY THE MERCHANTS' NATIONAL BANK OF BROWNSVILLE, TEXAS Capita! Stock, $100,000.00 U. S. GOVERNMENT DEPOSITORY OFFICERS E. H. GOODRICH, President JOHN McALLEN, Vice President J. G. FERNANDEZ, Cashier DlRECi 3RS tobn If cAllss, Jose Ccfeya, LT. Pryn Hlanel Fercaadei,Jr. S. H. Goodrich, O. C Saudr. J. C3. Frasdj E. A. McGARY, Assistant-Cashier. BUY THE REO THE LEADER IN Price, Simplicity, Durability, Economy E. F. R0WS0N & CO. W3CAI. AGENTS A Straight Deal In LUMBER boards or any other kind of lumber which you will commend, even af ter many years of service is assur ed patrons of the Frontier lumber yards. Hard and soft words one piece as straight as another any length, width or thickness are to be seen here pile upon pile, to be had here at the very lowest market rates, also sash, doors, blinds and mouldings. FRONTIER LUMBER COMPANY THE NEW BABY needs pure drugs, hygienic nurs ing bottles, the best toilet prepara tions. You'll find all these at Willman's drug store. All the goods we sell are pure, carefully made, the right thing for the pur pose. If you have a prescription to fill, this is the place to bring: it. WILLMAN'S PHARMACY Phone 40 Brownsville, Texes Brokerage and Commission ' Carry Stock of Corn, Oats, Potatoes, Onions, Cement and Lime. Butter and Cheese on Cold Storag r-i 18 ALOON I FmII lime of 5. Qrabfelder Go's Famous WMskifes Kentucky Belle, Dunn's Monogram, Cme Spring, Silver Brook, and Woodford Co., the Great Sellers S CHINESE RESTAURANT 14 U WCI I CD n a IN CONNECTION iWLLift, ri UU.