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THE JEWISH MONITOR
Friday, Jane 20, 1919.
THE JEWISH MONITOR
PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY
THE MONITOR PUBLISHING CO.
211 West E'eventh St., Fort Worth, Texas
i 'Phone, Lamar 5460
DR. GEORGE FOX....; ...EDITOR
JEWI8H CALENDAR 5679-1918
Ro8h Hashhnnnh , . ...Sautrday, Sept. 7
Ftist of Oedaliah Monday, Sept. 9
Yom Klppur Monday, Sept. 18
Sukkoth, First Day.... Saturday, Sept. 21
HoBhannah Kabbah Friday, Sept. 27
Sh'minl Azereth Saturday, Sept. 28
Slmchath Torah Sunday, Sept. 29
Rosh Chodesh Chesvan. .Monday, Oct. 7
Rosh Chodesh Klslev.... Tuesday, Nov. 5
Chanukkah Friday, Nov. 29
Rosh Chodesh Tebet.. Wednesday, Dec. 4
Fast of Tebet Friday, Dec. 13
Rosh Chodesh Shebat ..Thursday, Jan. 2
Rosh Chodesh Adar.... Saturday, Feb. 1
'Rosh Chodesh Ve-Adar. .Monday, Mar. 8
Fast of Esther Saturday, March 15
Purlm Sunday, March 16
Rosh Chodesh Nissan. .Tuesday, April 1
Pesach, First Day Tuesday, AprlllS
Pesach, Seventh Day ....onday, April 21
Rosh Chodesh Iyyar ..Thursday, May 1
Lag B'Omar Sunday, May IS
Rosh Chodefh Slvan Friday, May 30
Shabuoth Wednesday, June 4
Rosh Chodesh Tammuz. Sunday, June 29
Fast of Tummuz Tuesday, July 15
Rosh Chodeah Ah Monday, July 28
Fast of Ab Tuesday, Aug. 6
Rosh Chodesh Ellul. Wednesday, Aug. 27
Rosh Hashanah 5680. .Thursday, Sept. 25
Observed also on preceding day.
Fast of Esther observed on Thursday,
All Jewish daya begin at sunset of the
preceding secular day.
CITATION BY PUBLICATION.
The State of Texas, to the Sheriff or Any
Constable of Tarrant County. Qreetlng:
You are hereby commanded, that by
making publication of this Citation In
some newspaper published In the Coun
ty of Tarrant, for four consecutive weeks
previous to the return day hereof, you
summon O. M. Sargent and Exa Sargent
whose residence Is unknown, to be and
appear before the Justice's Court of Pre
cinct No. 1, Tarrant County, Texas, at a
regular term thereof, to be nolden at mv
office In the city of Fort Worth, on te
first Friday after the second Monday In
June at 2 o'clock p. m., It being the 13th
day of June, 1919, then and there to ans
wer the suit of Ross & Heyer Co., a cor
poration, filed In said Court on the 11th
day of December, 1918, against the said
O. M. Sargent and Exa Sargent for thr
sum of One Hundred Sixty-Five and no
One-Hundredth Dollars, besides, inter
est, costs and attorney's fees. Instituted
upon. Plaintiff sues defendant on a bal
ance due on one certain note of $165 nu
principal, past due interest of 354.50, with
interest thereon from December 9th, IS'",
at the rate of 8 per cent per annum, note
providing for 10 per cent attorney's fees,
and payable at Fort Worth, Tarrant
County, Texas, at the rate of $10.00 per
month: the note Is secured by a chattel
mortgage on one Story A Clark Player
Piano No. 66938; the note provides that
for failure to pay any Installment as "
mature, the payee may mature the en
tire note; that payors nave defaulted in
several payments, and plaintiff has exer
cised its option and matured all of snid
note; that it has placed the same in the
hands of attorneys for collection, who
file this suit. Sail bnlnnce Is long past
due and unpaid and defendants althoimh
often requested have failed and refused
and still fall and refuse to pay same or
any part thereof. Wherefore, plaintiff
prays Judgment for the said bain nee due
on said note. Interest, attorney's fees, for
foreclosure of Its mortgage lien on th
above described property, for all cost of
suit and general and special relief. Said
suit now on file In this office. File No.
of Suit 27160.
Herein Fall Not, hut have you then and
there before said Court this Writ, wltli
your return thereon, showing how you
have executed the same, at the June
Given under my hand and seal of said
Court, at office In the City of Fort
Worth, this the 12th day of May, A. I.
(SEAL) EMMETT MOORE.
Justice of the Peace, Precinct No. 1.
Tarrant County, Texas.
Mr. and Mrs. Solanka of New York
were here a few days visiting their
cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Frecdman.
They are on a three months' bridal
Mr. and Mrs. Ike Pitluk of Marshall
are here the guests of relatives and
Nancy Halpern, who is just from
A Rare Offering!
The Burk-Newfield Oil Co.
500 acres in Tillman County, Oklahoma, across the river from the big Burk
burnett Gusher Field. Lying in a Northwestern direction of the Texas
Chief. The big profits are made by playing ahead of the drill. All the big
wells of the Burkburnett Northwest Field were considered wild cats of the
worst kind, but those who held their stock to the end surely made a hand
some profit. What the Burk-Waggoner stockholders got will look like a
thin dime, compared to what the BURK NEWFIELD stock should be worth
when they hit oil. This is a speculation for those who can afford to lose
a hundred dollars or win $10,000.00.
The Capital Is $75,000.00 Shires $10.00 Par Value
Drilling to start promptly. Officers are all responsible people. Like all other
offerings we have made the public, this BURK NEWFIELD will sell very
fast. Last week we sold out the BURK EXTENSION, a 500-acre company
near the BURK NEWFIELD .The stock was oversubscirbed in two days.
The big profits are made with big acreage companies. Act today tomor
row you will regret your having bought at par.
TEXAS OIL BROKERAGE CO.
Phone Lamar 3502
412 Dan Waggoner Bldg.
Fort Worth, Texas
overseas, spent Sunday here on his
way to his home in Houston.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Lyons and baby
spent several days here the guest of
their brother and sister, Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. I. Gottieb of Tyler is here vis
iting her parents, Dr. and Mrs. Sol
Mrs. M. Grossman is visiting her
daughters in Dallas and Fort Worth.
Miss Gertie Goldberg, formerly of
this city, but now of Chicago, is vis
iting the family of M. Werner.
Lillie Chotner, who attended school
in Houston is home now, and will
spend the summer with her father,
Barney Lucas has gone to New
York where he expects to be under
the care of a physician for several
Mr. and Mrs. Phil Myers are spend
ing several months in New York the
guest of relatives.
Jake London just returned from a
trip to Cincinnati.
BUY YOUR GROCERIES
1100 West Seventh Street
Who carries a comolete line of everything in the
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Saving is the quickest road to op
portunity. Buy W. S. S.
CONSTABLE'S SALE OF REAL
By virtue and authority of an Alias ex
ecution Issued out of the Justice Court,
Precinct No. 1, Tarrant County, Texas.
A. C. llarher ve, K. M. Heater, No. N5SI,
I did on the 14th day of June, 1819, levy
upon the following described real eatntn,
a the property of Ft. M. Heater, defend
ant, to-wlt: Tart of lota 11-11 and 13,
Mock 6. Smith Jonra and PnRKrtt Ad
dition to the City of Kort Worth, Tarrant
County. Tom a, and four feet In width off
of north part of weat 1-1 Mock I, Tuck
er'a Addition to the City of Kort Worth,
Tarrant County, Texas. Hi-kIiiiiIiik at a
point In eaat line of St. Louis avenue, 100
feet aouth of point of Interaction of the
outh line of Broadway with eaat line of
aid Pt. Louli avenue; Thence aouth 60
feet; Thence eaat 100 feel; Thence north
BO feet: thence weat 100 feet to place of
beginning. Ha Id land frontlnr weat Be
feet on Ht. Louis avenue, and extending
back eaat en me width 100 feet. Including
it feet In width off the aouth end of saWi
lota 11-11 and IS and aald Mock ot
Smith Jonea and Dargett Addition, and
four feet In width off the north end of
the weat 1-1 Mock I of Tucker'a Addi
tion to the aald City of Fort Worth, Tur
rant County, Texaa, subject to the alley
, wav If any, S fext In width off the eaat
end of auld lot hereby conveyed.
I will, on the 6th day of August 1919.
the earn being the first Tuesday In Au
gust, 1911, between the houn prescribed
by law for constable axle, offer the eama
for aale for cash, In front of the Court
House door of Tarrant County, Texaa.
... . C. CANTKbM
Constable, Precinct No. 1, Tarrant Coun