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From Point Isabel. 4 p. m. •LACK DIAMOND Bl'8 LINES Cars to Mission on the hour every hour, t a. m. to d p. m . and at 7:30 a. m.. 3:30 p. m.. 7:80 p. m. and 9 p. m To Point Isabel. 8 a. m., 12 m. and 4 p. m. _ Political Announcements tfnder this beading wit) be puWi«hed the names of candidates for public office. The fees for announcement will b# as fallows z For district offices...825.00 For county offices.....$25,00 For Justice of the peace.$18.00 For precinct offices.$18.00 w Names of candidates will he carried in the announcement column until the July primary The Brownsville Herald is authorized to make the following announcements of wk Candidates subject to the democratic pri *»ary in July: FOR CONGRESS— Sid Hardin. FOR SHERIFF— R. H. (Bob) Jobnion G. G. (Gib) Henson. Duncan S. Wright. W. Frank Brown. C. A. (Mika) Manaban S. M. Jester. Bounty attorney— M. R. Hall (re-election). F. W. Moran. FOR CONSTABLE— E. J. Hanna. Justice Precfttcf No. 2, Brownsville. f John Martin; re-election: justice precinct No. 2, Brownsville. Business Notices NOTICE IS HEREBY given that the regular annual meeting of the stock holders of the Rio Grande Railway Company will be held in its general offices at Brownsville. Texas, at 10 o'clock a. m., June 6th, 192$; and that the regular annual meeting of the directors w ill be held immediately upon adjournment of the meeting of stockholders. W. A. Ellington, secre | tary. E-75 Lost and Found LOST—Diamond barpin; threa dia * monds. Return to Herald office for f r reward. E-105 £ LOST—One patent leather purse on > streets of Brownsville. Return to f Black Diamond Barber Shop. E-132 AUTOMOTIVE We Repair Generators Starters Magnetos Batteries !f Radios Genuine Parts Clark Electric Shop $36 ELIZABETH PHONE 432-BROW NS VILLE _ Automobile* For Sale » STEVENSON MOTOR CO. INC. 10th and Adsms Brownsville. Tel. 1111 Auto Wrecking Co. Wr, WRECK AUTOMOBILES AND SELL THE PARTS. iPhone 465. West Harrison Bird. I HARLINGEN. TEXAS. D-245 I._ frnR SALE—Ford one-ton truck with nlatfor® and ataka body. Good con 5JBSt *«• Granda VaUay Gas Ap. nlianca Co, oppoaita postoffice, 9 nsriHe. _ ri a HttaU Ctewfid Ad business services LET THE BROWNSVILLE Roofer# stop that leek. Earl Smith, roofing specialist for 15 years: 3 years in Brownivill*. Phone 22ft. Insurance W. B. CLINT INSURANCE SURETY BONDS 208-9 Merchants National Bank PHONE 6 Builders—Contractors PROCTOR & DUDLEY General Contractors and Architects Home building in briek, stucco or frame. We specialize In brick and concrete construction. Brownsville. Texas Phone 627 Dray—Transfer Mason Transfer & Grain Co. Light and Heavy Hauling WE MOVE ANYTHING 1105 Adams Phone 139 AUSTIN TRANSFER AND STORAGE CO. Phones 421 and 619 1126 Washington St. D-132 DELTA RAPID TRANSIT. daily trucks to points between Brownsville and Mission, Raymondville on Wed nesday; local hauling. Phone 480, . Brownsville. B-4 HOTELS—CAFES WHITE KITCHEN Famous for its Cooking—Immaculacy and Service The popular place for business lunches 12th between Elizabeth and Washington You have not completed your trip to Brownsville unless you ate at Blackstone Cafe Opposite Travelers Hotel Funeral Directors Hinkley Mortuary Compete Funeral Service Phones 123—300 St. Charles and Eleventh Street ! — BUSINESS SERVICES Florist.* BOW YE R. tho florist, flowers and funeral designs. St. Charles and Pita. Phone 771.E16S CUT FLOWERS—Bouquets sod fun eral designs our sporialty. Ferns, blooming plants, o ms mentals. Out of town orders solicited. San Benito Nursery ard Floral Co„ San Benito, Teams. _A-6 Architects E. G. HOLLIDAY Architect and Builder 409 State Nat. Bank Bldg. Phone 906 R. NEWELL WATERS Architect 9-12 Security State Bank Building Weslaco, Texas OFFICE EQUIPMENT All Steel Filing Cabinets And Supplies. We save yon the high cost of Transportation HARGROVE’S STATIONERY A BOOK STORE ART METAL FILING Equipment Maverick-Clarke Litho Co. 208 Merchants National Bank Phono 617—Brownsville ___________________ Typewriter* NEW UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS Exclusive Valley Representative Fred R. Scroggins Phone 295. P. 0. Box 47. SALES Harlingen SERVICE _ V-38 Typewriter* NATIONAL Cash Register Co., sales and service. New and second hand. W. E. Sanders, representative. Box 905. Harlingen. B-227 WOODSTOCK TYPEWRITER SALES CO. Typewriters—Adding Machines Supplies—Repairs Phone 606—Harlingen Z-12 Scales AUTOMATIC COMPUTING cylinder scales. Standards $90; Daytons $80; like new. Toledos $95 and up. To ledo Scale Co., Weslaco, on high way. D-246 EMPLOYMENT Help Wanted RELIABLE, energetic man wanted at once hy well known J. R. Watkins Company. Splendid opening in Brownsville to distribute famous Watkins products to steady users. $35 to $85 weekly. No experience necessary. Write The J. R. Watkins Company. 70-20 W. Iowa Ave., Mem phis, Tenn._ E-139 BOYS WANTED for routes. Apply circulation department. The Herald. _ AUTOMOTIVE AUTOMOTIVE For Better Used Cars McDermott Motor CoJnc USED CAR DEPARTMENT Across Street from Post Office We have a stock of high grade Used Cars that cannot he duplicated in the Valley. Look at These 1926 Buick Master Six Coach. Refinished in Navy Blue Duco. Good tires, seat covers and mechanically perfect .. $815 Late 61 Model Cadillac Phaeton. New Duco, good shape all around. This car cost $4000 new. Our price $875 1927 Hudson Coach, less than 7 months old. Six new tires. Original paint in excellent condi tion. This car has never been out of the Valley. For sale at a big discount. 1926 Chevrolet Coupe. Refinished in Moon Brown Duco. New tires, wonderful buy at $365 1924 Dodge Sedan [•.• • $375 1924 Ford Fordor Sedan .. .1>K.. $200 1926 Ford Touring .. $200 1924 Overland Touring . $250 1923 Paige Touring .....$125 1925 Dodge Roadster $385 1924 Dodge Touring ..$275 We have Used Cars priced from $75 to $2500. Visit our Used Car Department, we are al ways glad to show them to you. You can buy these cars on terms and we will ac cept your old car at a fair price as part payment. McDermott motor co., inc. USED CAR DEPARTMENT Across Street Prom Post Office EMPLOYMENT Help Wanted ~~ DUE TO PROMOTIONS Four executive positions with a $20,000,000 nationally known organization, the largest of its kind operating chain stores are open June 15th. Applicants must be willing to give at least eight full hours to the work every day and you must he satisfied with $30 to $35 per week while in brief training. These positions will pay from $500 to $1,000 per month to the right men. See Mr. Peaver. Room 601, Ho tel Reese-Wil-Mond, Harlingen, very promptly. 0 a. m. and 2 p m. Thursday only. WANTED—Girls and ladies to make baby dresses; work agreeable to do at home. Apply 1413 Adams street, ask for Miss Pardo. E-122 Salesmen—Agents ATTRACTIVE PROPOSITION and best opportunity in entire automo bile field can be offered several young men capable of measuring up to that opportunity. Address un dersigned. giving age and telephone number for interview. Address E 134, care Herald. E-13-1 Situation Wanted -. - -- ■ i 16-YEAR OLD BOY desires any kind of work. Can do stenographic work; have had one year of bookkeeping in high school. Phone 690. E-140 EXPERIENCED lady stenographer and office assistant desires position. Speaks, reads and writes Spanish, fluently. Address D-242, care Herald. D-242 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY MEAT MARKET for sale; doing good business. A bargain. Rio Hondo Meat Market. Rio Hondo, Texas. E-108 POTATO GROWERS ATTENTION Store Your Potatoes for Better Market with DELTA COLD STORAGE COMPANY PHARR, TEXAS BEAUTY PARLOR IN VALLEY Exceptionally well-equipped, very profitable, establishi d business. High-class trade. For sale, only be cause owner is leaving city. Complete information from HICKS & DUTTON Phone 110R Maltby Bldg. Brownsviite E-50 PROFESSIONAL Chiropractor M. Cook. D. C. CHIROPRACTOr State National Bank Bldg. Brownsville, Texas Room 405 Phone 703 Chiropodist FOOT SPECIALIST Dr. E. Hillinger on highway between San Benito and Harlingen. All foot troubles treated. D-169 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE—Old newspapers. Suit able for shelves, under carpets, pack ing or wrapping. 2 l-2c per pound. Apply Press Room. Herald. tf MISCELLANEOUS Articles For Sale HATCHING EGGS for sale, day-old chicks and young cockerels at half price through May. from Sandmeiers' blue ribbon winners single comb Rhode Island Reds. A. M. Myhre, on main highway midway San Benito and Rio Hondo. E-91 FOR SALE—Asparagus crowns. $15.00 per 1000 field run, book orders now, plant your seepy ground in asparagus, it thrives. M. E. White, Donna, Tex. • E-96 ALMOST new five-burner oil stove with built-in oven. Price $15 nhone 1211-W\ E-138 CULLED POTATOES for sale; $1.00 per hundred. Rio Grande Delta Gar deners’ Association, on 7th street at S. P. tracks. E-104 FOR SALE—Brand new Burroughs calculator. Rio Grande Valley Gas Appliance Co., opposite postoffice. Brownsville. D-40 FOR SALE: High grade house paints, all colors. $2.50 per gallon. Oleson Furniture Co., 1126 Washington street, phone 519. X-244 FOR SALE—Used coal oil, gasoline and electric staves end water heat ers. Also one used gas range with four burners, automatic lighter, bak ing and broiling ovens. Rio Grande Valley Gas Appliance Co., opposite postoffice. C-84 REAL ESTATE REAL BARGAINS 20 acres well-improved, high, sandy loam: 6 acres in hear ing orchard. Delco lights. Price $450 per acre. Several small tracts of citrus land under irrigation at $125 per acre. Tf you want an Investment of a few acres near Browns ville, 5-10-20 acre tracts suit able for citrus planting, we have them. OSCAR SEIBERT, Cromark Building, Brownsville. E-15 Farms For Sale FOR SALE—Seven and two-tenths acres, corner El Jardin boulevard and Cantral avenue. Large front age on concrete boulevard, canal at back door, citrus land; 3-2 miles from Brownsville. 10-minute drive from postoffice. Write Box '93, Brownsville. D-H-S DISTRESS SALE—10 acres with 7 1-2 acres, year old trees; good citrus land. For quick sale. $250 Eer acre cash. Write Box 804, Har den* £*132, REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE Have you any property that you want to sell, rent or exchange? • We have established a department to at tend to all details in connection with the listing of city or farm properties for sale or exchange and to take care of rentals. We are in close touch with prospective pur chasers of Valley property and will give our personal attention and best efforts to all matters entrusted to us. Come in and let us know your wants or phone us. ROY C. SETHMAN CO. 1117 Levee St. Phone 1166 I , f ■ **1 # * REAL ESTATE Farms For Sale LAND BARGAINS—152 acres—235 acres—Donna district, cultivated. Nothing better. Priced low. Wire, write or call—C. H. Swallow, Alamo. Texas. Y-235 RENTALS Apartments FURNISHED apartments. Phona 851. _Y-3 ONE VERY COOL two-room aouth apartment with sink, $25. Garage free. Thone 946-W*. E-81 NICE TWO-ROOM apartment in mod ern home. 600 Washington street. _E-lll FOR RENT—Modern unfurnished apartments, new, Frigidaire, gas. electricity, garage, prices reasona ble. -M” System Store, 658 Eliza beth street. A-1'13 FURNISHED apartment. corner Sixth and Levee streets. Phone 839. _____C-229 FOUR-ROOM furnished apartment with gas and private bath. Adams and Boulevard. Phone 764. D-133 ROOMS and apartments. 701 St. Charles. Tel. 1017.E71 TWO-ROOM APARTMENT with gas. also sleeping rooms. Phone 258 or 1054. 540 Elizabeth street. C-7 MORRIS APARTMENTS—Unfurnish ed, with garage. Phone 366. E-9 FOR RENT—By day, cr week, nice cool apartment. 912 Levee street. Phone 72. E-14 TWO ROOM apartment, $25. Phone 995-J £.30 FURNISHED APARTMENT. iTnk, built-in cabinet, lights, water and gas furnished. Phone 429. D-36 DRIVER APARTMENTS, two rooms, strictly modern; garage. Levee and W'est Fourth streets, phone 847-R. _E-137 FURNISHED APARTMENTS—Three nice apartments, completely fur nished. living room, dining room, kitchen, bath, front and back porches, garage, equipped with wa ter. lightj «nd gas. water only fur nished. Coolest apartments in city. Phone 824. D-62 Camp Orcutt Apartments Valley’s finest, furnished. $25 pgr month. Lights, water, gas, garage. Office at camp or phone 181, San Be nito. D-200 NEBRASKA APARTMENTS — Fur nished, every convenience, frigidaire, j and gas ranges. Jefferson and Four teenth Streets. Phone 11E4. W-42, Furnished Rooms BEDROOM, hot and cold water; $15. j Phone 995-J. E-ll! SOUTH BEDROOM. |4 per week. Home rooking if preferred. Phone 1068. Eleventh and Adams streets. C-251| YOUNG LADY wants small bedroom. ! close in; reasonable rates. Inquire E. R. care Herald. RENTALS Furnished Rooms ROOMS AND APARTMENTS—Glen wood Hotel, 933 Washington street. Phone 619. FURNISHED ROOMS ^ private home. 832 Washington. E-130 FURNISHED rooms for light house keeping. New seven-room home, all modern. Phone 956-J. 1151 West St. Charles. E-133 Houses FOR RENT—6-room cottage with modern conveniences. Phone 628. D-27 FURNISHED COTTAGES, by day. week or month. Private bath, ga rage. gas. Palm Courts, Jefferson street. Phone 657. D-173 FOR RENT—Modern eight-room house with all conveniences. Phone 896-W.D-241 FIVE ROOM new house in West Brownsville. Modern, gas. Phone 839. D-223 Cottage for rent, 1429 Lincoln St. Victoria Heights. E-109 SUMMER RATES on furnished and unfurnished houses. Southern Realty Co Phone 914. D-127 FOR RENT—Five-room house, cor ner 16th and Roosevelt, Victoria ad dition. Key next door. Apply to E. A. Monsees, Brownsville or A. V. Ek lund, San Benito, Central Hotel. E-1S6 LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT NOTICE OF SALE By virtue of the judgment and de cree rendered by the District Court of the United States of America, for the Southern District of Texas, Brownsville Division, on February i?!' ..A' .I1:. . ."I1... LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT 10, 1926, in a cause pending on the equity docket thereof, being Cause No. 167 in Equity, entitled; Mercan tile Trust Company, Complainant, vs. Rio Grande Railway Company, et al. Defendants, and by virtue of an or der of sale issued thereon, and in pursuance thereto, by the Clerk of said court on the 30th day of April, 1928. and to me, as the Special Mas ter Commissioner appointed by said court in said decree, directed and de livered, I, George Westerfield, Spe cial Master Commissioner, will offer for sale, and will sell to the highest bidder for cash, at public auction conducted by me at the court house door of,fhe Court House of the Unit ed States of America, in the City of Brownsville, Texas, on the first Tues day in June, 1928. same being the 5th day of June. 1928, between the hours of 10:00 o'clock a. m., and 4:00 o'clock p. m.. all the properties of the Rio Grande Railway Company, of de fendant!, tame being more particu larly described in said decree ren dered February 10, 1926, as follows: “1. A line of railway extending from Brownsville, in a Northeasterly direction, to Point Isabel, a distance of 22.5 miles, more or less, as now constructed, the whole situated in Cameron County, Texas. 2. The property situated in the City of Brownsville, in Cameron County. Texas, commonly known as the ‘Rice Mill property,’ consisting of Blocks Nos. 174 and 175, of the City of Brownsville, as shown on the official maps of said city, together with the large brick building, for merly a rice mill, and all other build ings and improvements thereon. 3. The real estate, constituting the terminals of the Rio Grande Railway company in said city of Brownsville, Texas, together with all the shops, sheds and other buildings and im provements thereon. 4. The real estate constituting the terminals of the Rio Grande Railway Company at Point Isabel, Texas, with the wharves, piers and other build ings, structures and improvements thereon. 5. All rights of way, station and depot grounds; all tunnels, road beds, spur tracks, sidings, turnouts, switches and turn tables; all super structures, bridges, stringers, ties, rails, frogs, chairs, boats, splices and other railroad appurtenances, all sta tion houses. warehouses. freight houses, engine houses, power houses, depots, car houses, water stations, water tanks, machine shops, and oth er structures; all engines, tenders, cars, rolling stock and other equip ment and interests therein, all fur niture. machinery, tools and imple ments; all material and supplies: and all other property, real, personal and mixed, for use upon or appurlenant to the said line of railway; and all other property, real, personal and mixed of every kind and description now owned by the Rio Grande Rail way Company; the whole being un derstood to be located in Cameron County, Texas, but to be included herein whether in that county or else where. 6. All leases and operating,' track age. traffic, union depot, terminal, bridge and ferry agreements and rights and all other contracts of the LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT Rio Grand* Railway Company and its rights thereunder. 7. All franchise* and privileges now owned by the Rjo Grande Rail way Company. 8. Ail improvement* and better ments placed upon any of the proper ties aforesaid prior to the foreclosure sale hereunder. 9. Any and all other properties, of th* kinds and classes above listed, acquired by the Rio Grand* Railway Company at any time hereafter and prior to the said foreclosure sale.” The following listed properties in possession of said Rio Grande Rail way Company, to-wit, one Model 55 Brill motor car, two flat cars, two section motor cars, one caboose No. 201, one Locomotive No. 4, one Brill me tor car, one Tank Car No. 400, and one Eox Car No. 300, adjudicated by said decree to belong to the trustees of The Sugarland Industries, are to he expressly excluded from the sale, but the rights of the Rio Grande Railway Company to the possession, use, etc., thereof, under a contract between it and The Sugarland Indus tries, dated April 24, 1925, and re corded in Book 12, p. 635, of the Record* of Contracts and Conditional Sale Agreements in the office of the Secretary of State, at Austin, Texas are to be expressly included in such sale. The successful bidder will be re quired to pay ten per cent of the amount of his bid on the day of sale, and the remainder upon the confirma tion of said sale by said court, the sale to be made subject to such con firmation. The above described properties will be sold as a unit, free and discharg ed of the liens established and fore closed ’ y said decree. Said properties will be sold as aforesaid to make the amounts owing on the first and second liens fore closed by said decree, that is to say. the respective sums of $75,628.65 and $278,325.27, with legal interest from date of judgment, and the sums of $2324251.73 and $5081.41, which amounts include interest to June 5. 1928. all of the foregoing secured by the first lien aforesaid, and the sum of $317,790.00. with legal interest from date of judgment, being the amount sec-ired by th* second lien, together with all costs of suit and the costs and expenses of said sale, including the fees and commissions of the Special Master Commissioner. , LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT Done at Houston, Texas, this 80th day of April, 1988. George S.*Westerfield, Special Master Commissioner. 5-2.9-16-23-4t.2975 “ SHERIFFS SALE THE STATE OF TEXAS COUNTY OF CAMERON NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN The! by virtue of a certain Order of 8ale issued out of the Honorable District Court of Cameron County, on the 15th day of May, 1928, by Jno. P. Scanlan, Clerk of said Court for the sum of 63186.24 dollars and costs of suit, un der a Judgment, in favor of J. T. Canales, trustee for Cavazos in a cer tain cause in said Court, No. 7561 and styled J. T. Canales, trustee for Ca vazos, vs. Augustine Celaya Jr. et al, placed in my hands for service, I, Mrs. Pinkie Vann as Sheriff of Cam eron County. Texas, did on the 15tb day of May. 1928. levy on certain Real Estate, situated in La Feria, Cameron County. Texas, described aa follows to-wit: Lots Two and Three in Block Two, together with all improvements thereon and levied upon as the prop erty of Augustine Celaya Jr, A Car men Barreda Celayx and that on the first Tuesday in June. 1928. the same being the 5th day of said month, at the Court House door, of Cameron County in the City of Brownsville, Texas, between the hours of 10 a. m.. and 4 p. m., by virtue of said levy and* said Judgment I will sell said above described Real Estate at pub lic vendue, for cash, tc the highest bidder, as the property of said Augus tine Celaya Jr. and Carmen Barreda Celaya. And in compliance with law, I give this notice by publication, in the Eng lish language once a week for three consecutive weeks immeijiately pre ceding said day of sale, in the Brownsville Herald, a newspaper pub lished in Cameron County, Texas. Witness my hand, this 15th day of May, 1928. MRS. PINKIE VANN. Sheriff, Cameron County, Texas. 5-16-23-80-8t-8611 AREN'T WOMEN FI NNY? ST. LOUIS, Mo —Mrs. J. C. Gorlin complained to the police that her mother-in-law insisted on doing al! her housework. She wss told to go home and be happy. JUST AMONG US GIRLS _ . d ■■-.. ■!'■■» ... 1 *.....—"■■■ '(2) ' _ I ■ /' \ A cribc says modern twirls make poor • mothers-they mafce poor fathers too/ 4k ( — THE OLD HOME TOWN_ _ Stanley (honey- i Could v ( SPOT YOU IN * 4\f / -V HUNDRED'.’. a MSfa Doctor. tol,cT^\ ME TO QUIT WMEM » SAW SPOTS BEFORE MY eyes:1.*. + I oi ; , I ,T _ TME READY To WEAR DRESS SALESMAi WHO COVERED THIS TERRITORY TWO MONTHS AGO„ CERTAINLY LEFT HIE MARK ON THE TOWN * V ' M ■ iltlJW i.