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Brownsville herald. [volume] (Brownsville, Tex.) 1910-current, March 23, 1912, Image 6

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—selection of
100.
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FOR APPOINTMENT OF
WOMEN SCHOOL TRUSTEES
A petition, requesting the ap
pointment of two w men as mem
bers of the city school board, will
be presented to the city council
Monday, by the presidents of the
various women’s clubs of Browns
ville.
This was decided upon at the
meeting of the presidents at the
home of Miss Anna R. Kelly, presi
dent of the Civic League, yesterday
afternoon. As announced in Thurs
day’s Herald, this meeting was held
for the purpose of discussing the
advisability of such a course.
Those present were unanimous in
ilie opinion that women, as well as
men, should have a voice in .he man
agement of school affairs.
The names of Mrs. W. K. Menden
hall and Mrs. M. E. Tracy will be
proposed by the petition for appoint
ment on tin* board as soon as any
vacancies shall occur.
Real Estate Transfers.
The following warranty deeds
were filed for record in the county
clerk's office yesterday:
William H. Kilgore to G. N. Sim
mons. six acres of land out of farm
block L*> of the Harlingen Land and
Wa.er company’s survey No. 2'.*. ^
Tin* consideration was $1,800.
Thomas J. Morris to Isaac Kilgore
lot in block 30 'f the town of
San Benito. The consideration was
$000. j
Thomas J. Morris to John T. Rose,
lot 0 in block 30 of the town of San
Benit . The consideration was $000.
The San Benito Land and Water
company to Carrie M. Kinlock, lot
7 in block 30 of the ..own of San Be
nito. Consideration was $800.
The Bering Manufacturing com
pany of Houston has filed amend
ments, increasing its capital stock
from $80,000 to $.100,000.
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CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS
Methodist Church
On Temh street, opposite Federal
Building Sunday school at 9:45 a.
in. Pre-aching by the pastor at 11
a. m., and 7:30 p. m.
The public is cordially invited to
all these services. J. M Perry, pas
tor.
Christian Church.
There will be preaching, morning
and evening at usual hours. Sub
' jects will depend on conditions over
which the pastor has no control.
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. The
church is situated at the corner of
Fourth and Levee streets. Visitors
in the city cordially invited to at
tend.
Presbyterian Church.
Sunday school at 10 a. m. Morn
ing worship 11 a. m. Evening wor
ship 7:30 p. m..
Mexican (Presbyterian
Rev. C A. Guiterrez, pastor. Sun
day school at 9:30 a. m. Christian
Endeavor, 5 p. m. Preaching fi p. m.
Baptist Church.
On the corner of 8th and Eliza
be:h streets. Sunday school at 9:45
a. m. Amos Rich, superintendent.
Preaching at 11 a.m. Evening: Jun
ior B. Y. P. U. at 8, and Senior at
6:45. Preaching at 7:30. Prayer
meeting Wednesday evening at 7:30.
You are invited to attend these ser
vices. Emmet Cole, Pastor.
Episcopal Church.
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.
Preaching at 11 a. m. Evening ser
vices at 7:30 p. m.
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Church of Immaculate Concepcion.
Communion Mass, 6 o’clock a. m.
Mass for Mexican congregation, with
sermon in Spanish, 7:30 a. m. Chil
dren’s Mass at 9 a. m. High Mass,
with sermon in English at 10 a. m.
Catechism for Mexican children, in
parochial school on Jefferson street,
at 3 p. m. Rosary and benediction
for Spanish-speaking people, 4 p. m.
Sunday school for English-speaking
children in Convent Chapel on Saint
Charles stree,. at 3:30 p. m., followed
by Rosary and Benediction of the
Blessed Sacrament in the same
chapel.
Johnson county farmers have
agreed to plant 4,350 acres of pea
nuts in order to secure the installa
tion of a peanut oil mill.
It is reported that a farmer of
Ohio has purchased 200 acres of
land in Hale county and plans to
irrigate and sow the entire tract
in alfalfa.
MONITION.
In the United States District Court,
For the Southern District of Texas.
E. T. Barden vs. Schooner Mar
garet, No,'2 in Admiralty.
In obedience to a Warrant of Seiz
ure to me directed, in the above en
titled cause, 1 have seized and taken
into my possession the following de
scribed property, to-wit: Schooner
Margaret, her engines, machinery,
tackle, apparel and furniture, for the
causes set forth in the libel now
pending in the U. S. District Court
for the Southern District of Texas at
Brownsville. I hereby give notice
to all persons claiming the said de
scribed property, or knowing or hav
ing Anything to say why the same
should not be condemned and for
feited, and the proceeds thereof
distributed according to the prayer
of the libel, that they be and appear
before the said Court, to be held in
and for the Southern District of
Texas, at the United States Court
Room, in the City of Brownsville, on
the 13th day of May, 1912, at 10
o'clock on the forenoon of that day,
if the same shall be a day of juris
diction, otherwise on the next day
of jurisdiction thereafter, then and
•there to interpose a claim for the
same, and to make their allegations
in that behalf.
' C. G. BREWSTER,
U, S. Marshal Southern Dist. of Tex.
By W. B. LINTON, Deputy.
3-9-16-23-3t
Remember
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We sell Monuments. Iron Fences for
residences, grave lots, cemetery en
closures, settees and bases of all de
scriptions. Don't fail to give us a
call.. Corner 10th and Levee.
J. F. STEELE. Prop.
V • ¥/_ •BROKERAGE AND COMMISSION
LOUIS iVOWa I SKI Dealer in Corn, Oat*, Chops, Bran
and Hay, Cemvnt, Lime. Fire Brlck.etc- Box 135; Phone 45, Browu*
ville, Texaa.
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Let it tell In forceful term*
What you’ve got to sell
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Why it’s best at that price
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Our Customers Are

Oi r Friends
We are publishing the following testimonial bees use we are
naturally proud of the regard in which our friends hold us and because
we are looking for new customer’s to become our friends—for that is
what it means—our customers for our Irrigated Farms, at Pharr, on the
Rio Grande, are our friends. It’ll do no harm to talk it over with us
write
WESTERN FARM LAND CO.
I 1 th Floor, McCormick Bldg. Chicago.
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Western Farm Land Company
Chicago Illinois and Pharr Texas
Gentlemen:—
During the trip of Decembe 5th to Pharr Texas from Chicago there wj «i some 40 voyagers on
board- In the handling of this number the unfailing and exceptional courtesy extended by your Mr- Kroh
and Mr. Low has prompted us to thus address ourselves to you. On the entire trip their kindness and solici
tude during every minute of every day; the banquet given us by them at the Hotel at Pharr was a most
enjoyable and instructive function at which all facts pertaining to points of land and general interest to us
fully and freely discussed- The courtesies shown us from Chicago to Chicago were as before stated very gen
uine and numerous and we desire to express you our thanks and appreciation of each member of your com
pany as a gentlemen and a square business man desirous of going the limit to establish thooe to whom you
huve sold land in their new homes with as little inconvenience as posssible.
With best wishes for future suc-cess and that we may all be gathered together for many years to come
at our chosen beautiful summery home we remain*
E. L. Prathei
C C- ChurchhiU
K P- Christianson
K A- Week
John HamitLn
H. W- Fryer
C S. Thompton
lee Febles
G- M- Garland
Louis Fournier
S- Horst.
G. Dewhirst
Very bince.ely*
H. D- Hull
J- H- Stull
E- J- Lucas
Mrs* E. Wilse
E. L Willsie *
H. E* Pike
V. E- Kimmell
U. S. Pfaff
B- F. Duncan
F- A. Parsons
Chas* Fournier
T- E- Schneider
H. E- Parsons
E- M. Stearman
Mrs. Ida G. Week
W. A- Brown
C. A- Hardy
B- B- Ritter
E- McClish
J- G* Gifford
Norman Ifanke
Louis L. Montei
Joe D. Wehn-r
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