MONDAY, JULY 19, 1909
THE - BROWNSVILLE DAILY HERALD
E. H . GOODRICH & SON, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW
MOKTUAUfc LUANb ueaiers in keal. caiwc
viiy tropeny ana vuiuury
Properly in Small Tracts
Cameron County Abstract Co.
FRANK W. KIBBE
R. E. HOLLAND
KIBBE & HOLLAND
Putegnat B!dg. Notary in Office "Brownsville, Texas
James B. Wells, Attorney-at-Law
Successor to Powers & Maxan. rowers & Wells. Wells & Rentfro.
Wells. Rentfro & Hicks. Wells. Stayton & Kleberg.
! buy and sell real estate and investigate land titles. A complete abitract of all titles of record
in Cameron County, Texas. Practice in all State and Federal Courts, when especially employe".
LAND LITIGATION AND CORPORATION PRACTICE.
Gregory, Batts & Brooks and Sam'l Spears
"We have formed a partnership under the foregone nan c, for the transaction of ourlaw business in
the Lovrer Rio Grande Valley. Offices will be maintained at Brownsville an(TSan Benito.
ThTbusiness of Gregory. Batts & Brooks at Austin will be maintained as heretofore.
R r, BATTS. V. L. BROOKS, bAiri. fciMjAKa.
Brownsville. Texas. JIay't. 1909.
T. V. GREGORY.
Office in the Browne Bnildinsr.
R. J. SWEARINGEN
CHAPIN, : Hidalgo County, : TEXAS.
NOAH ALLEN, Ass't U.S. Attorney
Attorney and Counsellor at Law
Will do a general practice in all Federal and State Courts.
Special attention given to Land Titles.
Postoffice Buildir. Up Stairs BROWNSVILLE
Contractor for Concrete Construction
All kinds of Flume. Bridge and Machinery work directed.
Office and Yards on St. L. B. & M. tracks PHONE 199
E. M. CARD, Contracting Engineer
cTWAPS, PLANS AND ESTIMATES
Canal, Land, Sub-Division and Railroad Surveying
WRITE or PHONE CHAPIN, TEXAS
Contractor and Builder
All Kinds of
14th and Elizabeth Streets
TELEPHONE No. 190
All parties wanting pure Jersey
milk can have it by addressing a card
lo Dodson Bros., Mgrs., Brownsville
Jersey Farm. 6-23-lm
See our "big program tonight. Elec
tric Theater. It
, Best ice cream you can get at the
only corner drug store. Martinez.
First class bull fight in Matamoros
August 1, 1309,.music by the military
band. Excursion rates for the occa
sion. See your ticket agent. .Tickets
at Rutledge's Jewelry Store.
Xopali ta's Fi rst Born A n e w arrival
at Nopalita is a baby boy which ar-.
rived at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
F. C. Cooper on last Saturday night.
This is the first child born in the
thriving young town of Nopalita and
the citizens of that town are justly
proud of the latest addition.
Moving Picture Theater for Sale
The prettiest and best equipped the
ater in the city. A money-makerj
Reasonable for cash. Reason for
selling owner is going to leave the
city. Address P. O. Box 240,
Brownsville, Texas. 7-7-tf.
Second of the Series. This after
noon at four-thirty o'clock the Brown
ies again cross bats with the Refugio
aggregation at the ball park. Refugio
has a good team which has been play
ing excellent ball, having defeated
some of the best in this section. At
Corpus they gave the Seaweeds all
they could do to defeat them. This
-or uo paABitt jsbi aqj oq m
cal diamond until after the
return from their tour.
Brownies Leave Friday The
Brownsville Brownies, the crack ama
teur baseball team of Southern Texas,
will leave on next Friday morning for
a fifteen days tour. The first game
which they will play will be at Kings
ville, where they play Friday, Satur
day and Sunday. During this tour the
Brownies expect to meet the Victoria
champions, Lockhart, Luling, Bay
City, Somerville, Yoakum and possi
bly other teams. The local fans are
confident that the Brownies will re
turn with many new scalps dangling
at their belts.
FOR RENT Cottage with five
rooms. Elizabeth street opposite res.
idence of Dr. Works. Apply at store
of Jose Besteiro & Bro. 7-9-C
We have added to our furniture
business a strictly high grade furni
ture repair and packing department.
Howse Furniture Co. 7-19-tf
"Egypt," Cairo to Khartoum, a visit
to the Sphinx and Pyramids, Egyptian
life and scenes, will be give for the
last time for the benefit-of those who
have not been able to see it at the
Electric Theater tonight. It
Expert Blacksmith. Repairing,
horseshoeing, etc. First class work.
Manuel Flores. 7-16-tf Wed-Sat
Coldest soda water in own at Mar
tinez's drug store. 7-13-tf
For Sale. New four room house,
with reception hall and bath. On
either one or more lots. One-tenth of
purchase price cash, balance on small
monthly payments. Brownsville Real
ty Company, Tarpon Beach office.
The Snowdlgger and the Flood Col
Alba Haywood came down from San
Benito Saturday saying that if he
felt any better he would think some
thing was wrong. In talking of the
recent high water, he told of an old
"snowdigger" to whom he was show
ing the great head gates of the San
Benito Canal just at the time when
the water was highest. The old gentle
man was painting a melancholy word
picture of what the river would do if
it rose two feet more.
"But," said the Col. "the records
show that it has never risen more
than six- inches higher."
"That may be," was the reply, "but
are you certain that the river knows
CORPUS DEFEATS YOAKUM.
DEATH AT RAYMONDVILLE
Man from. Chicago Vicctim of
The community of Raymondvile
was saddened Saturday night by the
death of Arthur Masters, who had
been there a sliort time on a visit to
his uncle, James LaGro. Mr. Masters
had come from Chicaeo to visit
his uncle, who is the owner of a ' train out to Mission.
J. Flood Walker and wife of San
Antonio, who have been at Tarpon
Beach for the past week, came up last
flight and left for home this morning,
declaring themselves very much
pleased with the attractions of this
H. P. Griffin and G. B; Falligant
of San Benito made their usual week
end pilgrimage to Brownsville and
heard the military band play in Mata
moros last night.
E. H. McGary visiter Mission Sun
day morning and returned in time to
visit Matamoros in the evening.
E. W. Scott, manager of the Hammond-Morton
farm of the Rio Bravo
canal, spent yesterday in town.
E. M. Robarts connected with the
legal department of the Brownsville
road, was in town yesterday. He left
this morning for Corpus Christi.
T. S. Phillips and wife, recent set
tlers at Harlingen, spent Sunday in'
Mrs. S. C. Moore of the Mooreland
sjiv MejqSnsp puu 'naSuiijuH 'pioq
Paine, returned home this morning,
after a three days visit to Tarpon
Fred Tate, who has been enjoying
the solitude of old Hidalgo, for some
time, is back at his old post at the
ferry. He ai'i -?! in iown Satuidav
afternoon after a pleasant seventy
mile jog from the deserced village to
which he bade farewell at 9 o'clock
Bluff City Hands One of Strongest
. Teams in South Texas a Shut Out
Miss Mamie Closaer came uo from
the Point yesterday morning to re
main several days in town. Mis
Conway, Who has been stopping with
her, returned also and took the branch
KiKiifWM.A4tMtfl,!r .vnvlrVIW" day.
large "orange grove near Raymond
ville. He was taken ill several weeks
ago, and liis malady soon developed
into typhoid fever. As he grew worse,
his mother Mrs. Theresa Masters of
C hicago.was summoned to attend him,
and she arrived before his death.
Arthur Masters was aged 19 years.
He was a bright young man and had
won the liking of all who had met
him during his short stay at Ray
mondville. His untimely death caused
universal regret there.
B. E. Hinkley, the undertaker, of
Brownsville was summoned Saturday
night and went to Raymondville yes
terday to prepare the body for ship
ment to Chicago. It was shipped to
day, and will be interred there Thurs-
len today on business.
For Sale Cheap for Cash
Good business location in San Benito, Lots Nos.
6. 7 and 8, Block No. 27, Call or address
CLAY'S BAKERY, P. O. Box 176, Brownsville, Texas
LIVERY AXD FEED.
Brownsville Transfer Co.
Livery, Feed and Sale Stable
One Block Northeast of Miller Hotel
Phone No. 6
CHEAP FOR CASH
Celaya Building FRANK ALCEDO
Feed and Seed
Wholesale and Retail
0 CABBAGE, ONION,
0 and other
0 SEED for Fall Planting
Real Estate Brokers.
Rio Grande Valley Irrigated Farms and Gulf Coast Lands
We have some attractive bargains near Brownsville
Fine Alfalfa, Sugar and Truck Land at Harlingen
Offices: . . Brownsville and Harlingen, Texas
BILL FOR TONIGHT
1 Mack, Rey & Mack
A Comical Black Face Sketch
"A Fighting Chance"
"The Milkmaid's Love'"
And Other Pictures.
LA NN & BELL
Week Commencing July 26.
In the recorders court this morning
Pablo Saenz, a Mexican who after im
bibing a little too freely went home
last night and in lieu of other oc
cupation beat up his wife, was asses
sea a fine of one dollar and trim
mings, by Mayor Combe.
Alexandro Lopez who while in a
hack yesterday afternoon threw a bot
tle of liquor at Officer Galvon, spill
ing the contents of the bottle over
the officer was given the customary
one dollar fine and fixings.
In the Justice's Court.
I In the court of Magistrate Gavito
this morning Cruz Zamudio, Manuel
Zapata, Jose Salazar, Felipe Jaromio,
Gumesindo Rodriguez and Rosalio
Davila. half of a party of twelve who
were "raising Cain" in general last
night about the streets, were each
given "one dollar ana trimmings,
The other six who composed the party
managed to escape without arrest.
Geo. McGonigle and John Bannon
put in the day at San Benito.
The morning branch train-carried
out' the usual Monday crowd of re
turning up-river dwellers and work
ers, most of whom spent Sunday here.
Among them were A. W. Amthor,
bound for Harlingen, C. W. Cook and
L. B. Burress for San Benito, E. M.
Lewis, Santa Maria, L. H. Hallam,
Donna, J. N. Ivilgore, Mercedes, and
Bert Glover, McAllen.
M. D. Wardlaw, manager of the
Llano Grande tract, spent the week
end at the San Carlos.
Corpus Christi, Texas, July 19.
On Saturday afternoon Corpus Chris
ti defeated the strong Yoakum team
in a poor exhibition of ball by a
score 7 to 0. Toepperwein, the Yoa
kum twirler, pitched a good game,
holding the locals down to 7 hits,
but his support, which wasmlserable,
lost the game, there being nine er
rors behind him. Colgrove, on the
firing line for the locals, held the
visitors down to 3 hits. He also re
ceived excellent support from, his
team mates. .
The score was as follows:
Players. AB R BH PO A E
Scarborough, 3b .4 0 0 2 3 3
Youngkin, If. ... 4 0 0 0 0 0
Robinson, lb ...4 0 0 9 0 jt
Mylius, rf 4 0 1 1 0 0
Knaupp, c. 4 0 1 7 1 1
Gorman, 2b 4 0 0 0 2 1
Toepperwein, p. .4 0 0 2 9 2
Hinds, cf 3 0 0 2 0 0
Turner, ss 3 0 1.1 1 l
34 0 3 24 16 9
Shannan, If. .5
M. Kelly, rf. 5
Woessner, lb ... 4
J. Kelly, 3b 4
Merritt, cf 5
Wicks, ss. . .
Herbst, 2 b .
40 7 10
The game by
Yoakum 000 000 000 0
Corpus 100 112 02 7
Summary of the game Two base
hits M. Kelley, Reynolds and
Knaupp. First on balls Oft Toep
perwein 4, Colgrove 2. Struck out
by Toepperwein C, Colgrove 8. Left on.
bases Corpus 9, Yoakum 7. Double
play Toepperwein to Scarborough to
Robinson; fly to Wicks to Herbst.
Passed balls Reynolds, Knaupp.
Umpire W. Callemount Stevenson.
Time of game .1:50.
R. H. Kern, Jr., the Santa Maria
fig man, went down to the Point yes
terday for a few restful days to re
store his equilibrium after five nights
of patrolling his land with gun in
nana to prevent possible cutting or ( Leave- 9:00 a. m.
his levees. As 'no attempts were .Arrive 6:30 p. ni.
made lie feels that nis sleepless mgnts
SUMMER SCHEDULE ON
RIO GRANDE RY. JUNE I.
The following is the summer sched
ule for the Rio Grande railroad to
take effect Tuesday, June 1st:
Daily, Excepting Saturday, Sunday
Coolest Place in Town
Program for Tonight
flanlon & Walsh
High Class Vaudeville
Miss Ida Neal
Singing and Dancing Soubreitc
"Harlequin's Love Story,"
and other high class pictures
It is healthy
TRY IT ON OUR
Real Estate Transfers.
Padre Island Development com
pany to W. L. Brown, lot 1, block
219, Tarpon Beach. Consideration
S. A. Robertson and the San Benito
bjus oi jCucdraoo J3?UAV pub puuq
Blaine Kalar, 40 acres near San Be
nito. Consideration $1,900.
The Rio Grande Construction Com
pany to Mrs. Bertha S. Agar, lot 3,
block 35, San Benito. Consideration
San Benito Land and Water Com
pany to Robert U. Barkley, lot 11,
block 46, San Benito. Consideration
Made the Editor Laugh.
"That country editor thinks I'm a
"I tried to sell him a cash regis
There is only one Mxsury Quility.
This is in advance of any other manu
facture. . The product is the best paint made.
WHEN YOU WANT the best
WHEN YOU WANT the paint that en
dures WHEN YOU WANTthe paint that does
not fade, crack nor peel
WHEN YOU WANT the paint the U.
S. Government stands tack of
WHEN YOU WANT 16 ounces of
paint in each and every pound
WHEN YOU WANT 231 cubic inches
in each and every gallon
WHEN YOU WANT a paint that is ab
solutely pure and honest
Then buy Masury's Pure Mixed House
Hicks Hardware Co.
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Wood and Levi,
ujoui stqj UDsajT aqj rnojj dn omtra
ing -and ' transferred to the branch
train bound' for Mercedes. Tomor
row they start for San Antonio to car
ry the message of Tarpon Beach
breezes to the citizens of the Alamo
R. J. Swearingen, county attorney
of Hidalgo, was in town over Sunday.
Dr. and Mrs. S. K. Hallam left on
the Saturday afternoon train for El
Campo on receipt of word that Mrs.
Hallam's mother was seriously ill at
her home there.
Mr. and Sirs. A. B. Cole went up
to the San Benito plantation, Satur
day afternoon to spend the week-end
with Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Landrum.
D. W. Harris, manager of the
South Texas Lumber Co. at La Feria,
was in town Saturday night.
W. P. Lowry has returned from a
visit to Keatchie, La., where ho went
recently with Mrs. Lowry, whom he
left to spend the summer there.
F. L. .Hannum, superintendent ot
the Donna canal, accompanied by Mrn.
Hannum, made a visit to Brownsville J
over Sunday, returning to Donna to
Mrs. Wheeler returned last night
from a week's visit to Houston.
B. E. Hinkley made a business
visit to Raymondville yesterday, re-
! turning home last night.
Walter A. McNeill of Santa Maria
returned home yesterday after a
short visit to Houston, where he
went to place the contract for the
new pumping plant of the La Feria
Arrive 10:30 a. m.
Leave 5:00 p. m.
Leave 9:00 a. m. Arrive 10:30 a. m.
Arrive i:00 p. m. Leave 3:30 p. m.
Leave 5:30 p. m. Arrive 7:00 p. m.
Arrive 8:30 a. m. Leave 7:00 a. m.
Leave 9:00 a. m. Arrive 10:30 a. m.
Arrive 5.00 p. m. Leave 3:30 p. m.
Leave 5:30 p. m. Arrive 6:45 p. m.
Arrive S:30 a. m. Leave 7:00 a. m,
Leave 9;00 a. m. Arrive 10:30 a. m.
Arrive 6:30 p. m. Leave 5:00 p. m.
1 IT'S TIME !
mi i m
m it i
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1 fact that
the place to find
"the best what is"
is AT the
Howse Furniture Co.
are essential as diagnosis in casea
of sickness your physician must
know his profession, so must ths
aruggist nis. we nil prescription?
promptly, properly, of pure lngrc
dients at not exorbitant prices, and
bespeak your patronage it wo have
it not now. Shall we be so favored!
Every toilet accessory.
Phone 40 Brownsville, Texas
La Donna Canal Co., Hallam Colonization Co., Sales $onper acre
THOROUGHLY "WELL BUILT, WITH PLENTY OF DROP, GIVTNG A ItAPID MOVEMENT OF WATER TVITJI A MINIMUM AMOUNT OF SEE PAGE. COB NATURAL DRAINAGE IS PERFECT. THERF IS OVER
SEVEN FEET OF FALL FROM THE WEST TO THE EAST LINE OF THE PROPERTY, WITH AMPLE NATURAL DRAINS FOR SURPLUS WAT ER AND AFFORDING SPLENDID UNDER-DRAINAGE INSURING TTTR
CONTINUOUS PRODUCTION OF ALFALFA 03T AXY OF THIS DEEP RICH FHT LIFT LAND. COMBTO OUR BROWNSVILLE OR DONNA OFFICE AND WE WILL TAKE PLE ASTUIEL" SHOWING THE i-SC-PEU-
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