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Putegnat BIdg. Notary in Office Brownsville, Texas
lames B. "Wells, Attorney-at-Law
Successor to Powers & Maxan, Powers & Wells. Wells & Rentfro.
Wells. Rentfro & Hicks. WelU. Stayton & Klebers.
1 buy and Sill real estate and investigate land titles. A complete abstract of all titles of record
n Cameron County, Texas. Practice in all State and Federal Courts, when especially employed.
Gregory, Batts & Brooks and Sam' I Spears
We have formed a partnership under the foregoing nanre for the transaction of our law business in
the Lower Rio Grande Valley. Offices will be maintained at Brownsville and San Benito.
The business of Grezory. Batts & Brooks at Austin will be maintained as heretofore.
Office in the Browne Buildinc Brownsville. Texas. May 1. 1909.
CHAPIN, : Hidalgo County. : TEXAS.
J. C.
Contractor for Concrete Construction
All kinds of Flume. Bridge and Machinery work directed.
Office and Yards on St. L.. B. ? M. tracks PHONE 199
Fr 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 1 76. Brownsville, Texas
Brownsville Transfer Co.
Livery, Feed and Sale Stable
'One Block Northeast of Miller
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
Architects and General Contractors
Attention Given to Construction of Buildings
Anywhere in the Rio Grande Valley
Watches That Keep Correct Time
We have a corking good line of Watches. The very best makes can be found in our
stock. Our Mr. Gross is a high-class watchmaker and repairer. Take advantage
of his known ability and have your watch repaired by an expert.
Keed Jewelry and Optical Company
We furnish your home from kitchen to parlor
We Pay the Freight
, , . , mMMiMmmmmmmmmmMMmmMmwd MASURY
Brownsville Lumber & Manufacturing Co.
Lumber, Shingles, Sash, Doors, etc.
Give us a trial before you buy.
We can please you.
Office Phone 226
Office and Yard, West Brownsville
The equipment is the most modern in every detail everything
new. uoom single or associate,
school. Rates $2.00 per day up
insured by physician in charge
local and long distance telephone service, electric call bells, running
hot and cold water, modern operating room No tuberculosis or con
tagious diseases received. Accommodations for patients of any rep
utable physician. For further information address
B. O. WORKS, Physician in Charge
Phone No. 6
uraauate nurses. 210 training
Prompt and courteous attention
residing in building. Ambulance,
Meteorological Report.
The following observations were
taken at the South Texas Garden for
the 24 hours ending at eignt o'clock
Brownsville, Tex.. Nov. 23, 1909.
Barometer 7 p. m. yesterday. 29.86
Barometer at 7 a. m. today. 29.95
Temperature at 7 a. m. today. 69.5
Maximum temp, yesterday. ..84.4
Minimum temp, this morning. 65.4 "
Official Forecast.
Tonight and Wednesday fair and
warmer, light westerly to southerly
Oklahoma Tonight and Wednes
day, fair and warmer.
East Texas Tonight, fair and
warmer. Wednesday, fair and
warmer, except the northwestern
portion. Light easterly to southerly
winds on coast.
Sponge Caker,, pound cakes, fruit
cakes. All sizes, all prices, but only
One quality the besj:. Clay's Sani
tary Bakery.
The Banks of Brownsville will not
be open for business Thursday, No
vember 25th, 1909, the same be
ing Thanksgiving Day, and a legal
holiday. Don't forget to attend to
your bank business tomorrow.
(iillioucu ha. ju-t received the
finest assortment of fancy cards and
folders eer brought to the city. Get
your Xmas picture taken now before
the rush.
Out on llond.- Francisco Balli
and Luciano Davila, two Mexicans,
were arrestee last Saturday at San
Benito by Deputy Sheriff Jose Lon
goria, on a charge of stealing two
head of beef cattle from one Pedro
Garcia, residing near San Benito,
and lodged in jail here. Yesterday
they were released under a bond of
$250 each, to appear tomorrow
morning before Justice of the Peace
Gavito for their examining trial.
Clay's Sanitary Hakery will do all
your Christmas baking. Cakes of all
kinds a specialty. Phone 97.
i)oii: Doiis:: Doiis::: Big dolls,
little dolls, blonde dolls, brunette
dolls, girl dolls, boy dolls dolls of
every kind and price. The only
corner Drug Store.
Ki-ecting Warehouse. The brok
erage firm of McDavitt Brothers are
preparing to erect a warehouse on
the tracks of the St. L., B. & M.
railroad near the ice factory. When
completed the warehouse will be 40
feet wide by Go long and will have
a ten foot shed on one side. It is
expected to have the building com
pleted within the next two or three
weeks. The firm will still continue
their up town office ana in addi
tion will have au office at the ware
house during the shipping season.
The Immense Stock of Holiday
goods of the Brownsville Drug Co",
though complete in every detail is
being rapidly picked over. Better
go around early and make your se
lection before the presents you want
is selected by another.
Marvelous Child Acrobats. Quite
a large audience greeted the Circo
Reinero in their initial performance
at Washington Park last night. All
who attended report the perform
ance quite good. The Landeros
acrobats, tumblers and balancers,
consisting of three girls and a boy,
all mere children, are little short
of marvelous. Some of the clever
stunts enacted by this quartette
would do credit to old and tried
performers many years their seniors.
Their fancy acrobatic work, head
and hand balancing and tumbling is
really, exceptionally fine . The
youngest member of the troupe, a
little girl about six years of age,
is a wonder at turning hand springs
and tumbling. Taken as a whole,
the circus is about the best that has
been seen in this city for some time.
Phone Clay's ISakciy and place
your order for your holiday fruit
cake. s
Highest price paid .for .Second
Hand Furniture, Bicycle, Stoves,
Buggies, Wagons, etc. Repairing all
kinds and supplies. All work guar
anteed. .Morris Furniture Co Op"
posite City Market, Tel. 266.
Dr. Kent, eje, ear. nose and throat
uiiieo in Comb? bildiung.
Light car road and
race record average
54.3 miles per hour
"That's Durabiliiy"
Model AA Runabout, 2 cylinder, 12P nnn Model Q-l . : passenger, 4 cylind.-r 22P QOFj
horsepower v UUU horsepower v utu
.Model Q Standard 4 cylinder. 2 pas-Q nflf! Model Q-2, 4 passenger, 4 cylinder 22Q QFJfl
sengers, 22 horsepower 0 3UU horsepower 0 9JU
Model Q "Sportsman," 4 cylinder, 2Q 101111 J,0llel Q"3' passenger, 4 cylinder 22Q 4 nflf
horsepower i) IUUU horsepower OIUUU
Model G, Roadster, 5 passenger, -iCIKVC Model E Touring Car, 5 passenger, 4 -jen
cylinder, 30 horsepower, gas lamps. V I J I J- cylinder, 30 horsepower, gas lamps. luU
All Maxwell cars equipped with magnetos. We are now ready to make delivery on all
models. " 'Nuff Said." Ajax tires, Westchester batteries, Havoline oil, spark plugs and
other supplies carried in stock. Shipment Ajax tires just received from the factory.
All Orders Filled Same Day Received
J. Celaya Buys Wholesale Grocery
Business of J. S. & M. H. Cross.
ihe wholesale grocery business of
J. S. & M. H. Cross located on Eliza
beth street has been purchased by
Jose Celaya, the purchase also in
cluding the two-story brick building
in which the business is located.
This deal was consummated on Sat
urday last and Mr. Celaya assumed
charge of the business this morning
He will conduct it in connection with
the wholesale grocery estabilshment
which he has been operating for
some time.
Clubs, hotels and social gatherings
will save money by purchasing cakes,
pies, and all bakery goods from
Clay's Sanitary Bakery. P. O. Box
176. Phone. 97.
Highest cash price paid for sec
ond hand furniture, bicycles, stoves
and all household goods. Repairing
of all kinds. Morris Furniture Com
pany, opposite City Market. Tele
phone 260. dwll-16-tf
King Kee Gives .S"00 Bond.
The examining trial of King Kee,
who was yesterday arrested by Dep
uty U. S. Marshall Wm. Linton on
a charge of conspiracy to smuggle
Chinamen into this country in con
nection with several Chinamen in
Galveston has been set for December
15th before U. S. Commissioner A.
B. Cole. King Kee was released
yesterday afternoon on a 500 bond.
J. G. Fernandez being his surety.
The axact nature of the evidence
on which the charge against King
Kee is based, the immigration offi
cials will not divulge.
Although "Nevada," the 3-act
coinedy drama to be pre
sented at the Celford the
ater tomorrow evening un
der the direction of Miss Ida Mc
Davitt for the benefit of the Browns
ville Rifles, is a play in which the
scenes are laid in a mining camp
of Nevada, it is not a blood and
thunder play, but a play abounding
in human heart interest, with just
enough comedy thrown in to keep it
from growing tiresome. The plot
is skillfully woven and it is a paly
that is sure to please all. Get your
reserved seat tickets at Willman's
A marriage license was issued in
this city late yesterday afternoon to
Adolfo Garate and Manuela Fer
nandez, both of whom reside in Mut-
Scenes of "Fiji and the South Sea
Islands," and other interesting and
comic pictures at the Electric Thea
tre tonight. Don't miss any of the
p-ograms (changed daily) at the
Electric Theatre this week. I
Furniture, bicycles, stoves, sew.
. ing machines, etc., repaired. All work
I guaranteed. Morris Furniture Com
pany, opposite City Market. Tele
phone 226. 11.16-tfdw
I Transferred to Jlarlingeii. Immi-
T . . .-. 1 ' .1 1 t T1J
formerly stationed at San Antonio
has been transferred to Harlingen.
"Nevada," a J5-act comedy drama
that is sure to please all. Just
enough pathos to make it interest
ing, just enoug hcomedy to enliven
I the audience and put them in a good
I frame of mind. Prof. J. B. Viano,
violinist and Miss May Scanlon, pi
I ano accompani:., will render selee
I tions between tl.e acts. Ask at Will-
man's Pharmacy about the reserved
Candies Pure and Sweet. Plow's
delicious Xmas candies, two, three
and five pound quantities. Beauti- j
fill boxes. A splendid assortment of j
holiday goods. Save money by i
purchasing your Xmas gifts at St. i
Joseph's Drug Store, Twelfth street. '
near Washington. j
Have you secured your ticke.s i
yet for "Nevada"? If not you bet-'
ter had, as they are going fast.
Ask the man at Willman's Phar
macy, he sells them. Reserved i
seats, 75c; general admission, 50c; j
children half price.
To Inspect 31ulc.s From Me.ico. '
lT. S. Veterinary Surgeon Dr. Levi j
E. Johnson of Fort Sam Houston,
San Antonio, will arrive in the city '
tonight for the purpose of inspect
ing several head of mules in Mata-'
moros that are to be crossed into
this country. I
Alenjandro and Arthur M. Elios, !
prospectors from Tuscon, Ariz., are'
registered at the Mille.
Judge 1 hem by Their Performance
. ! . j i
5 I W H &Jd W III ffi-S ii Jtinaurance record iu,- j rSC;!!
Ifid-AWCli 000 .es withcu, gj
I w stopping the motor j 2jo59 9
Mrs. J. N. Ransom of Santa Ma
ria Is- spending a few days in the
city as the guest of Mrs. D. Vesser
on. City Attorney Robt. J. Smith of
Mercedes returned last night from
a short trip to Austin and went up
to Mercedes this morning.
J. H. Thompson, C. E. Jones, F.
R. Radcliff, of Mission; W. E. Ste
wart, R. S. Pershing of McAllen;
Duke Jones, E. S. Haggard and G.
F. Walker of San Benito were in
town last night.
Jno. C. Kelly came in from San
Juan yesterday and went north on
No. 4 this morning.
Albert Sammons and wife of Mis
sion came in last night and remained
over today.
S. C. Tucker and Hon. J. T. Ca
nales went to Harlingen this morn
ing to attend the Sunday School
Convention in session there today.
A. Rosenthal, Jr., of Corpus
Christi, stenographer of the District
court was in town today on busi
ness. W. F. Stiles of Stillwater, Minn.,
is in the valley on a trip of 'in
spection. He rather likes this cli
mate, which he says is somewhat
different from the brand prevailing
at his home. When he left last
week Stillwater was under a foot of
snow and that was just a begin
ning. M. H. Lamb of Marketa, Minn.,
an old friend of J. J. Conway of
Mission, came in last night and
went up to see the big chief at Mis
sion this morning.
H. A. Bockhouse, G. M. Story of
Woodward, Okla., C. A. Hoke, of
Oklahoma City; S. P. Brown and
wife, Pablo Rubino, W. G. Waldo
and H. C. Ross of Houston were
among last night's arrivals.
W. E. Crane of Raymondville and
Mr. Clyger and the Iatter's
daughter, Mrs. Morton, of Chicago,
spent yesterday at the Point. They
returned last night enthusiastic ov
er the charms of that place as a
seaside resort. They report the
fishing in the bay to be excellent.
R. W. Hall, W." R. Johnson and
L. S. Bonillan, sugar driers from
Houma, La., arrived last night to
assist in the grinding campaign at
the Ohio-iexas Mil.
Thos. L. Jones of Mercedes was
in Brownsville today.
O. M. Thomas and W. G. Dawson
of Rio Grande City, who came down
last Saturday in the former's auto,
left for home this morning.
Ben. Dierlam of the Brazos Is
land Life Saving crew came up
from the Point last night for a short
visit to town.
Mrs. J. Millke and John Cham
pion returned to Point Isabel yes
terday morning.
E. V. Holland and W. B. Horna
day of the San Antonio Express went
up to .Mercedes this morning for a
two-day visit,
ros. Tun.iinson. of Taft, a foreman
on the Taft ranch at that place, is
here for a look at the Brownsville
A prospecting party made up of
.1. T. Brady. C. E. Mayeox. R. T.
Murray and M. H. Logan of .Mem
phis, came in last night and are at
Kish Shipments are getting hack
to normal now, after the recent
hiatus due o the strike among the
fishermen at the Point. This morn,
ing more than 6,000 pounds of
good eating fish fresh from La-'
guna Madre were shipped out by
Sohl AlltO PiINM'lllT mw.
The automobile passenger line be
tween Rio Grande City and Sam For
dyce, the terminus of the Hidalgo
branch, which has been operated for
over a year by C M. Thomas, has
been sold b yliim to John Tyson of
Rio Grande City.
' -
Some J!oa-t Too Hi;;h.
Stranger "Flastus, do t.'it- peopie
who live across the road f'oni you
kei chickens?"
Itastus- "Dey keeps some of 'em
sail." The Housekeeper.
"That's Reliability."
I rx-rvi 1 1
Cameron, Hidalgu and Starr
Mortgage Loans Dealers in Real Estate
Property in Small Tract. City and
Country Property.
Managers Cameron County Abstract
Office Practice Only
Brownsville, Texas
D. B. Chapin Geo. P. Brown
Chapin, Texas
DR. SIZELAN, Dentist,
Puente Building. Office phone 225;
itesiuence phone 223.
Office Hours
8:30 to 12:30 a. tn.
2:30 to 5:30 p. m.
Office rhone 25c
Residence Phone !32
Drue Store Phone
Geo. S. Stell, M. D.
Oifice over Jose Alartinez' Drug Store
Residence. Levee and 8th Street
Physician and Surgeon
Diseases of the Eye, Ear, Nose
and Throat
Office over Putegnat's ' : i
Physician and Surgeon
Oifice over Eagle Drug Stort
Architect and Builder
Phone 95 Brownsville
Contractor and Builder
Kcal Estate and City Property
OFFICE Next door to W. U. Telegraph Office
Shamrock Bar
-F NE-
Real Estate
San Benito Farm and Fruit Lands
j McAllen. Texas.
! Graduate I'niversitv of Texasaud7 vear prac
i tice in Texas ami Jlsxico.
j Special atteniiGri given to Land Surveys. lr-
rigation. Drainage and Map Work.
The name Masur means some
thing. It designates QUALITY.
Just as the word Sterling stamp
ed on silver indicates fineness and
purity, the word MASURY means
the best - none other as good.
It has taken fifty years experi
ence to level up the standard of
the Masury Paints to the high
level where it stands today ab
solutely pure pigments; pure lin
seed oil "net wcighti and full
measure," every can labeled,
giving actual percentage, compo
sition, etc.
Hicks Hardware Co.
M Wr AtTT RtR m
i Awnings, Tarpaulins,
Wagon Covers, Et,c.
I Flags Made to Order
j Depot for Mildew Preventative
1212 Franklin Avenue
Phone Preston 83 1 Houston, Texa;.

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