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I led Rides and Rate iRTISEMENTSwUlbaaa. l over the telephone from trim scribm. or from throe toSS arte aeeouaU. Other elasalfiad Must he accompanied hr cash, rtiaamast accepted aa ma "until dav. A (pacified number to tm ari ha (from. tod narra the right to place ■amenta under the proper elaael* ad reject unclean or objection ■a, raaolutiona oad card* ad 1 ha takas at ths regular claaai lUshars art not raapoasibla far aaioaa. typographical error* or notional error that may occur, aa to correct la the next tenue brought to their attention. All t order* are accepted on this . is No. 8 and dictate your adwtr. to aa experienced claMified ire publication earn* day anpy presented not later than 1# :M >py for Sunday iaeuae should be er than l-.SO p. m. Saturday* ta >per classification. FIED ADVERTISING RATES or leas, one insertion.tOc ords, one insertion, per word 1 Vi t insertions run consecutively rord .1* onth, par word . tie for monthly rate, SO words led advertisement accepted •a than . 88a OCAL READER RATES rtioa, per word . te run eon seen tlve days, par ... .11* tin Information : sROURI PACIFIC LINES -To Houston. Sen Antonio. • .(X* -To Houston. Sen Antonio. St. >5 p. m. -From St. Lout*. Sen Antonio r:.N5 a. m. No. 15—From Sen Antonio end 1:10 a. m. -From Sen Antonio and Houe* p. m. THERN PACIFIC LINES —From Houston. Sen Antonio. i. —To Houston. Sen Antonio. . ONAL LINES OF MEXICO (Matamome Station) —To Monterrey. Mexico City. . —From Mexico City. Monterrey, IO GRANDE RAILWAY t Isabel. 9:50 a. m. >int Isabel. 4 p. m K DIAMOND BIS LINES Mission on the hour every hour. 6 p. m.. end at 7 :S0 a. m . S:S0 i) p. m. and 9 p. m t Isabel. 8 a. m.. 12 m. and 4 Political nnouncements Lhis heading will be published of candidatee for public office, for announcement will be at istrict office#.$25.00 lunty offices.$25 00 •tice of the peace.$15 oo rccinct offices.$15.00 if candidates will he carried In ncement column until the July wnsville Herald is authorized to following announcements of subject to ths demo, ratic pri uly s EGRESS— Fdin. ERIFF— I Boh) Johnson Gib) Henson. S. Wright, nk Brown, i Mike) Manahsn Jester, iichols. ATTORNEY-— Hall (re-election). Moran. i.’STABLE— lanna, Justice Rrecinct No. ownsville. dartin; re-election; justice No. 2, Brownsville. tusincss Notices IS HEREBY given that the nnual meeting of the btock if the Rio Grande Railway will ba held in its general t Brownsville. Texas, at If) m., June 6th. 1928; and regular annual meeting of ors will be held immediately jurnment of the meeting of era. W. A. Ellington, seerr F.-75 *ost and Found old pin with 3 diamonds. Phone ll". Mrs. .out* MJTOMOTIVE Auto Wrecking Co. W _ WRECK AUTOMOBILES AND SELL THE FARTS. 46b. West Harrison Blvd. HARLINGEN, TEXAS. D-245 Automobiles For Sale vroJet 1927 Coach. New Duco fm Meehanfrhily reconditioned. d battery and tires. $485.00. 1927 Laudau Sedan. Me reconditioned. New Duco tires, battery ar.d num of accessories. $485.00. rdet Coach 1926. Mechanically New Duco paint job. almost new tires. $425.00. Coach, late 1926 Mechan reconditioned. New Duco paint new tires: (rood battery. $385.00. Fordor Sedan. Mechanically re New paint job. Good s and battery. $185.00. d Coupe 1923. A bargain. $85.00. TEVENSON MOTOR CO.. INC. 10th and Adams wnsville. Tel. 1111 _____-— even Passenger Cadillac dan. V61 Model. Good ber and good condi n. Will sell or trade r good city lots or acre e. Rivertfront Garage, ; o wnsville# j AUTOMOTIVE FORD TOURING CAR, good condi tion. Bookkeeper, Herald office. FOR SALE—Ford one-ton track with platform and etake body. Good con dition. Rio Grande Valley Gas Ap pliance Co., opposite postoffice, Brownsville. ~ D-40 DUMP BODIES FOR SALE—Two Mertin-Parry automatic ateel damp bodies and 1 S. A. wod body for salt. Only used short time. Stevenson Motor Co., Inc.. 11th 4 Adams Streets, Phone 1111. E-225 AM LEAVING TOWN and can’t take my car with me, ao if anybody is in terested in a Dodge Victory Six Coupe, practically new at a real bar fain. mail yoor name and address to iox 341, Brownsville, Texas, and I will call on you at once. E-233 BUSINESS SERVICES Insurance W. B. CLINT INSURANCE SURETY BONDS 208-9 Merchants National Bank PHONE 6 Builder*—Contractors PROCTOR & DUDLEY General Contractors and Ai'hitecta Home bailding in briek, stucco or frame. We specialisa in brick and concrata construction. Brownsville. Texas Phone 627 Dray—T ranafer Mason Transfer & Grain Co. L.ght and Heavy Hauling WE MOVE ANYTHING 1105 Adams Pbona 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. Phona 480, Brownsvtlie. B-4 Architect* E. G. HOLLIDAY Architect and Builder 109 State Nat. Bank Bldg. Phone 906 R. NEWELL WATERS Architect 9-12 Security State Bank Building Weslaco. Texas "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 Traveler! Hotel Florists ! BOWYER. the florist, flowera mad funeral designs. St. Charles and | Pita. Phone 771.El65 •CUT FLOWERS—Bouquets and fun eral designs our specialty. Ferae, blooming plants, ornamentals Out of town orders solicited. San Benito Nursery ard Floral Co.. Saa Benito, Tew. A-6 Funeral Directors Hinkl^y Mortuary Compete Funeral Service Phones 128—300 St. Charles and Eleventh Street ’ - _ Tailors SOL BETT1N Bench Made Clothes Expert work on repairing. cleaning and pressing. 1216 Elizabeth. Phone 528. __ B-2S5 OFFICE EQUIPMENT All Steel Filing Cabinets And Suppliti. W« save yea the high coat ef Transportation HARGROVE’S STATIONERY A BOOK STORE ART METAL FILING Equipment Maverick-Ciarke Litho Co. 205 Merchants National Bank Phona 617—Brownsville Typewriters DAVENPORT Typewriter Exchange. (Brownsville's Typewriter House) Sole Valley distributors new “Si lent' 8 L. C. Smith and lata Corona 4. Save 40 per cent on Underwood and Royal typewriters by buying factory “rebuilts” from us. Fully guaranteed. We repair all makes. 1112 Elizabeth St.. Phone 1105. NEW UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS Exclusive Valley Representative Fred R. Scroggins Phone 2&5. P. O Box 47. SALES Harlingen SERVICE V-38, OFFICE EQUIPMENT Typewriters NATIONAL Cash Register Co, sales and service. New and second hand. W. E. Sanders, representative. Bos 905. Harlingen. B-227 WOODSTOCK TYPEWRITER SALES CO. Typewriters—Adding Machines Supplies—Repairs Phone 5OA—Harlingen Z-12 Scales” AUTOMATIC COMPUTING cylinder scales. Standards 990; Daytons 980; like new. Toledos 995 and up. * o ledo Scale Co, Weslaco, on high way. D-246 EMPLOYMENT Help Wanted WANTED—Girl to learn photo graphy. Apply Sheldon Studio. 80* St. Charles Street, Brownsville. E-229 EARN 925 WEEKLY addressing and mailing circulars in full or spare time. No canvassing. Experience unnecessary. Send stamp for par ticulars. Superior Service, Box 893. Dallas, Texas. E-239 WANTED—Boys for routes. Apply Mack’s Newstand. San Benito. Situation Wanted PUBLIC STENOGRAPHIC work— Mrs. W. G. Hsddon, offices Foster Moothsrt Company, ground floor Cro msek Building. Correspondence, legal, etc. Reasonable prices. E-223 EXPERIENCED lady stenographer and office assistant desires position. Speaks, resds and writes Spanish, fluently. Address D-242, care Herald. D-243 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY WANTED TO BUY—Apartment house or small hotel in Brownsville or some other good town in the Valley. Might consider small well-paying drugstore. Address, giving full particulars. In vestor, 1308 Adams street, Browns ville.E-219 FOR SALE—Small hotel in a gaod Valley town; cheap rent; well lo cated. Always full. Must soil on account of sickness. If interested with the reday cash, write E-215. care Herald. E-215 BEAUTY PARLOR IN VALLEY Exceptionally wall-equipped. very profitable, established business. High-class trade. For aale. only be cause owner it leaving city. Complete informat'on from HICKS A DLTTOr Phone 1108 Maltby Bldg. Brownsville E-50 FINANCIAL Mortgages—Loans LOANS $10.10 per month per $1000. Borrowed homes, apart ments and business pro perty. D. L. Welch, with Foster-M<$othart Co. Ground Floor, Cromack Bldg. FINANCIAL Mortgages—Loans MONEY TO LEND on good bric'i business property and '»ell improver* farms. Interest rate 6 per cent. 0 1-2 per cent or 7 per cent, pavab'e semi-annually. Easy terms. S. C Graham & Co., Brownsville, Texas. L-lh'J PROFESSIONAL Chiropractor M. Cook, D. C. C HIROPRACTrr State National Bank Bldg. Brownsville. Texas Rood 405 Phone 703 Chiropodist FOOT SPECIALIST Dr. E- Hillingcr on highway between San Benito and Harlingen. All foot troubles treated. D-169 MISCELLANEOUS Articles For Sale AWNINGS of quality SLEEPING PORCH CURTAINS that give you privacy with ventilation. "COLUMBIA" Window Shades Fine Upholstering Phone 545 Anchor Shade Mfg. Co.. Inc. Builders Exchange Bldg. San Benito E-158 FOR SALE—Old newspapers. Suit able for shelves, under carpets, pack ing or wrapping. 3 I-2c per pound. Apoly Press Room, Herald. tf USED gas range, 4 burners anj oven. $25. Gilmore's Auto Painting Shop. E-216 FOR SALE—Used coal oil, gasoline and electric staves and water heat ers. Also one used gas range with four burners, automatic lighter, bak ing and broiling ovens. Rio Grand* Valley Gas Applianca Co. opposite postoffice. C-84 CULED 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 Grands Valley Gas Appliance Co. opposite poetoffice, Brownsville. D-40 1927 STUDEBAKER Commander Se dan, 2 Wilton rugs 11-3 by 12 and one 7 by 13. Can e# seen at 110 E. Madison street, Harlingen. E-205 MISCELLANEOUS Articles For Sale LUMBER shipped direct from mill. Send us itemized list of what you want, showing grades and dimensions. Can also furnish windows, doors and shingles. We wi!Y*quote you deliver ed price at your station. Westbrook Lumber Co., 436 Keith Bldg., Beau mont, Texas. E-185 FOR SALE—At your price, one 60 H. P. boiler; in good condition. See E. C. Hamili. 1316 Eliasbeth street. Brownsville, Texas. - E-222 FOR SALE: High grade house paints, all colors. $2.50 per gallon. Oleson Furniture Co., 1126 Washington street, phone 5i9. X-244 REAL ESTATE LAND OR CITY PROPERTY For sale or exchange fi are in position to offer \ou valuable assistance in the ois posal or purchase of all kinds of property adjacent to Browns ville. By listing your property with us you avail yourself of our experience and service. ROY C. SETHMAN CO. 1117 Levee St. Phone 1166. REAL BARGAINS 20 acres well-improved, high, sandy loam; 6 acres in bear ing orchard. Delco lights. Price $450 per acre. Several small tracts of citrus land under irrigation at $125 per acre If 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, Cromack Building, Brownsville. E-15 Farms For Sale FOR SALE—Seven and two-tenths acres, corner El Jardin boulevard and Central avenue. Large front age on concrete boulevard, canal at back door, citrus land; 3-2 miles from Brownsville. 10-minute drive from pohtoffice. Writ# Box 94. Brownsville. D-H-S 30 ACRES UNDER cultivation and irrigation, citrus and truck land, also 20 acres. Henry H. Parks, Phone 1645 F 11, San Benito. E-220 10 ACRES NEAR Brownsville. 10 acres near Son Benito on paved high way. Be sure and see these bargains in choice lands. A car at your ser vice". call 1845 F 11, San Benito. Henry Parks, owner. E-220 LAND BARGAINS—152 acres—235 acres—Donna district, cultivated. Nothing better. Priced low. Wire, write or call—C. H. Swallow, Alamo. Texas. Y-235 ONE-HALF, one, tw-o, five and ten acre tracts near city. Good citrus and truck land; always accessible on good roads; small cash payment, lib eral terms. Owner. Box 411, Browns ville. E-234-G Lots For Sale BY OWNER at sacrifice price, if sold at once. Nice corner, 75x120 with good modern house. Phone 1149-W. E-226 Buy or Exchange LAND WANTED. 100 to 500-acre tracts unimproved land under irrigation, direct from owner. Box E-157, care Herald. _ E-u7 RENTALS Houses or Apartments For Rent If >ou have an apartment or house to rent or if you wish s desirable location in which to live, see us at once. We are in dose touch with the situation and will be glad to aid you. List your place with us and let us relieve you of this worry. ROY C. SETH MAN CO. 1117 Levee St. Phone 1166. E-155 RENTals Apartments FURNISHED apartments. Phone 361. _ Y-3 FOR RENT—Modern unfurnished apartments, new, Frigidaire, gas, electricity, garage, prices reasona ble. “M" System Store, 658 Eliza beth street. A-l')3 FURNISHED apartment. corner, Sixth and Levee streets. Phone 839. C-229 FOUR-ROOM furniabed apartment with (as and private bath. Adams and Boulevard. Phone 764. D-133 ROOMS and apartments. 701 St. Cbarlea TeL 1017. £71 TWO-ROOM APARTMENT with gas. also sleeping rooms. Phone 458 or 1054. 640 Elizabeth street. C-7 FOR RENT: Small furnished apart ment in private home. West Browns ville. Very reasonable rates. Phone 917-R-_E-238 | FOR RENT: One side furnished du plex; one side unfurnished duplex. West Brownsville, good location. Rea sonable rates. Phone 917-R. _ E-238 MORRIS APARTMENTS—Unfurnish ed, with garage. Phone 366. E-9 FURNISHED APARTMENT, itok. built-in cabinet, lights, water and gas furnished. Phone 429. D-3b NICELY FURNISHED duplex apart ment, everything modern. Corner Jefferson street and Palm Boule vard._E-206 FOR RENT—New furnished five room apartment, hardwood floors j Phone 146. E-230 I RENTALS Apartments TWO ROOM apartment, $25. Phone 995-J E-30 ROOMS and apartments. 1300 Jef ferson St. NEBRASKA APARTMtNTS - Fur nished, every convenience, frigidatre. and gas ranges. Jefferson and Four teenth Streets. Phone 11.4. W-42 A SOUTHEAST apartment now va-| cant; living room, bedroom, dining room, kitchen, breakfast nook and! bath. Completely furnished. A place where you will be coo! and comfort able. This it one of the nicest in the city. Will rent to particular peo ple. Call 1173-W. E-204 NICE two-room apartment. 600 Washington street. E-lll UP-STAIRS FURNISHED aptrement: gas and garage. Phone 1289-J. E-221 DRIVER APPARTMENTS. reduced rrices; two and three rooms, water ights. gas and garage. Levee and West Fourth streets. Phone R47-R. RENTALS Furnished Rooms BEDROOM, hot and cold water; $15. Phone 995-J. E-ll SOUTH BEDROOM. $4 per week. Home cooking if preferred. Phone 1068. Eleventh and Adsma streets. C-251 NICELY FURNISHED bedrooms: one apartment. Close in; summer i rates. Phone 739-J. E-158 ---—— ONE SLEEPING ROOM, in private family. 904 Adams Street. E-169 ROOMS AND APARTMENTS—Glen wood Hotel. 933 Washington street Phone 619. FURNISHED ROOMS in private home. 832 Washington. E-130 TWO NICELY FURNISHED front bedrooms, adjoining bath. Garage Phone 485._E-203 ROOMS and apartments, strictly mod ern. Mary D. Collins, 132 W’. Levee. Phone 1S4._ E-200 Houses FOR RENT—6-room cottage with modern conveniences. Phone 628. D-2*? FOR RENT—Modern eight-room house with all convenances. Phone 836-W. D-241 FIVE ROOM new house in West Brownsville. Modern, gas. Phone 839. D-223 SUMMER RATES on furnished and unfurnished houses. Southern Realtv Co Phone 914. D 127 WHY PAY HIGH KENTS? N>Z houses at right price, modern. Lo.i Tumlinsun, Acme Earber Shop, 1292 Elizabeth etreet. FOR RENT—Stucco cotagc. 311. Levee street. Phone 110. E-193 LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT CITATION BY PUBLICATION No. 7522 Jarr.es-Dickinson Farm Mortgage Co. vs. W. H. Massev. *»t al In the District Court. Cameron County. Texas. The State? of Texas to the Sheriff or anv Constable of Cameron Coun ty—GREETING: You are hereby commanded, that bv making publication of this t na tion in roinc newsnnper published in the county of Cameron once in each week for four consecutive weeks previous to the return day hereof, you summon W. H. Massey, whose residence is unknown, who is alleged to he a non-resident of the State of Texas, to be and appear at the next regular term of the District Court of Cameron County, to be holden at the courthouse thereof, in the city of Brownsville, Texas, on the third Monday *n July. A. D. 1928. the same being the 16th day of July. A. D. 1928. then ana there to answer a petition filed in said court on the 26th day of January. A. D. 1925, in a suit, numbered on the docket of said Court, No. 7522, wherein James Dickinson Farm Mortgage Company is plaintiff, and W. II. Massey and Leslie B. Ward are defendants, the nature of plaintiff's demand being substantially, as follows, to-wit: That, by deed recorded in Volume 146 on pages 268-270 of the Deed Records of Cameron County, Texas. James-Dickinson Farm Mortgage Company, a Texas corporation, con veyed to defendant. VS . H. Massey, a certain tract of land in Cameron County. Texas, being the N. 5.57 acres of Farm Block No. 12 of the El Jardin Heights Subdivision, Sur vey No. 37. Subdivision D, Share 19 of the Espiritu Santo Grant, accord ing to map and plat thereof, record ed in Volume 5 on page 48 of the Map Records of Cameron County, Texas, retaining in said deed of con veyance. a vendor's lien to secure the payment of fiye promissory.ven dor's lien notes, numbered 1-5 in clusive. each for the principal sum of $223.60, dated January 20, 192o, due 1 each respectively, on or before January 20th for the vears 192«, 1927. 1928. 1929 and 1930, payable to plaintiff, which is a Missouri corporation, bearing interest from date until maturity at the rate of 6 per cent per annum and thereafter, until paid at the rate of 10 per cent per annum, interest payable semi annually on July 20 and January 20 of each year, the maker7 W. H. Mas sey agreeing that if the particular note is not paid when due. to pay all cost* of collection and 10 per cent of the unpaid principal and in terest for attorney's fees, past due interest and attorney's fees to draw interest at the rate of 10 per cent per annum; providing that if the par ticular not or any installment of in terest thereon be not paid when due, then the holder may. at his election, declare the entirety of the series due and payable; that Note No. 1 or said series ha? been paid; that no inter est has been paid on Notes 2-5 in clusive since January 20, 1926; that Note No. 2 of said scries is past due and unpaid and. a'though plain tiff. the present owner and holder of said notes numbered 2-6, has re peatedly requested and demanded of defendants to pay the same, they have each failed and refused to do so and do now fail and refuse so to do; that because of such default of defendant, plaintiff has elected to declare the entirety of the notea of said series due and payable and has placed the same in the hands of West & Hightower. Attorneys, for collection, thereby cautmg the 10 per cent attorney s fees provided for therein, to become due and pavable; that the defendant. Lctlie B. Wars, is asserting some ri.T**t or ownership in the above property. Plaintiff praya Judgment for its debt, damages and costa; that its LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT lien be fixed, established and de creed foreclosed and that it heva relief generally. HEREIN TAIL NOT. hut have you before said Court on the first day of next term thereof this writ with your return thereun. showing how you have executed the same. Given under my hand and seal of said court, at office in the city ofc Brownsville. Texas, this the ISth day of May. A. D. 1928. Witness. Jno. P. Scanlan. Clerk of District Court in and for Cameron County. Texas. by M. J. Mcliernan, Deputy. (seal) 75-23-6-4 ll-18-4t-3028 CITATION BY PUBLICATION Ben H. Stiles vs. J. D. Pound, et al. No. 7149. In the District Court, Cameron County, Texas. The State of lexas to the Sheriff or any ( onstable of Cameron County Greeting; You are hereby commanded, that by making publication of this Citation in some newspaper pub lished in the County of Cameron once in each week for four con secutive weens previous to the re turn day hereof, you summon J. D. Pound whose residence is unknown, who is alleged to be non-resident of the State of Texas, to b« and appear at the next regular term of the Dis trict Court of Cameron County, to be holden at the Court House thereof, in i the City of Brownsville, Texas, on the third Monday in July. A. D. 1928, ; the same being the 16th day of July. A. D. 1928. then and there to answer a petition filed in said Court on tho 7th day of December A. D. 1927, in a suit, numbered on the Docket of said court. No. 7449 wherein Ben H. Stiles is plaintiff, and J. D. Pound and El Jardm Immigration Co. are defendants: the nature of plaintiffs demand being substantially, as fol lows, to-wit: That about March lft, 1921, >ain tiff conveyed to defendant. El Jardm Immigration Company, a tract of land in f ameron County, Texas, being tnc Last 10.79 ceres of lot No. 8 in block No. 101. Palm Park Subdivision. a.x shown on plat recorded in Volume 5 on page 28 of the Map and Plat Rec ords of i ameron County, Texas, re taining in the deed of conveyance, a vendor's lien to secure the payment of five promissory vendor's’ lien j notes, each for the principal sum of 8360.00, numbered 1-5 inclusive, dated ! March 10. 1924, made by El Jardin I Immigration Company payable to | plaintiff, due respectively 1 each, on or before the 10th day of March, for the years 1925-1929 inclusive, bearing interest from date until maturity at ! the rate of 6 per cent per annum, and I thereafter, until paid, at the rate of I 10 per cent per annum, interest pay able annually; past due interest to j bear interest from maturity at the | rate of 10 per cent per annum, pro viding that failure to pay the par j ticular note or any installment of tn j terest thereon when due. shall, at the I election of the holder of such notv. mature all the nctes of the sa.d i series. the maker agreeing that if the ! particular note is placed in the hands of an attorney for collection, to pay 10 per cent additional on the prin ! cipal and interest, as attorneys fees. | which deed is possessed by all and ! singular, the defendants and they are each commanded to produce the sane I -»n the trial hereof, otherwise second er e dence will be offered to pro,e I the making, delivery and contents of I the same; that by deed recorded m I Volume 128 on page* 303-305 of the I Deed Records of ( ameron County, i Texas, the defendant. El Jardin Im I migration comnrry con\eyed the land j above to the defendant J. D. Pound; | that Notes numbered 1. 2 and 3 of | the serin? of notes above. are now J long past due and unpa d and no in i terest w hatever has been paid on wgv ; of the fiv« notes of said series; that j beeaute of the default of defendants 1 and of each of them, in the payment j of said past due notes and interest. | nlaint.ff, the present legal and equi i table owner and holder of said notes has elected to declare the entirety nt raid series due and payable and has placed the same in the hands of West & Hightower, attorney*, for collec tion, thereby causing the 1p per cent ; atorneys fees provided for therein, to become due and payable. Plaintiff prays judgment for its j debt, damages and costs; that its lien I be fixed, established • and decreed forer'osed; that the Clerk of the Court issue order of sale and that the i officer executing the said sale of said ! property, place the purchaser of the J on-c in pos-ession thereof within ! thirty days after the date of the sale, and that plaintiff hate relief gen erally. Herein fail not. hut have you be fore said Court on the said first dav of next term thereof this writ with your return thereon, showing how you haxe executed the tame. Given under niv hand and teal of said Court, at office in tho Citv of Brownsville. Texas this the iSth da- -f May. A. D. 192?. (SEAT, i Witness. JNO. P SCANLAN. Clerk of District Court in and for Cemeron County, Texas. By M. J. McTiernan. Deputy, j A true copv f certify. Jno. P. Scanlan, Clerk D'strict Court-. Carn»r*n. Ceuntv. Texes. Bv M. J. McTiernan. Deputy, r.-28—6-4-11-18—4t—C°29 CITATION BY PUBLICATION No. 7525. Jamet-Dickinson ^arm Mortgage ' rmpany \«. Carrie R. Taylor, et al. In the District Court, Cameron County. Texas. The State of Texas to the Sheriff or an- Con-thle ,f Cameron Coun ty—GRFETING: You are hereby commanded, that by making publication of this Cita tion in some newspaper published in the County of Cameron once in each week for four consecutive weeks previous to the return day hereof. \ou summon Carrie B. Taylor and the unknown heirs and legal repre sentatives of Carrie B. Taylor, de ceased, whose residences are un inow n. who are alleged to be non residents of the State of Texas to he and appear at the next regular term of the District Court o? Cam eron County, to he holden at the courthouse thereof, in the city of Brownsville. Texas, on the third Monday in July. A. D. 1925. the same being the 16th day of July. A. D. I92o. then and there to answer a 5d»in *a,d Court on the -6th day of January. A. D. 1928. in a suit, numbered on the Docket of said Court. No. 7525. wherein James Dickinson Farm Mortgage Company is plaintiff and Carrie B. Tavlor. the unknown heirs and legal representa Ind J°v t"!* B' r‘ylor' leased, and J. N. Taylor are defendants; the xur* demand being substantially. follows. to-w,t: That about May 30. 1923. James Diekinson Farm Mortgage Company. ifo«?/,dCOrPOratiSnVon:eyed t0 ^e aforasaid Carrie B. Tavlor. that cer tain tract o; lend :n Cameron Coun $’4V»rMJy,n* 80utb El L 'A,C^‘ ?f B,ock 163 of the LI Jardin Subdivision in Share No. *■' of the Ezpintu Santo Grant in * LEGAL ADVEKTIaE.ME.NT Cameron County, as shown by plat thereof, recorded in Book 4 on page 39 of the Map and Plat records of Cameron County. Texas, retaining in the deed a vendor's lien to secure the payment of two promissory ven dor's lien notes mad« by the said i Carrie B. Taylor, payable to plain tiff. numberad 1 and 2, Note No. 2 of said series being for the prin cipal sum of 8485.90, dated May 30. 1923, and due on or before May 30. 1925. bearing interest from date until; maturity at the rate of 6 per cent per annum and thereafter, until paid,1 at the rate of 10 per cent per annum,! interest payable semi-annually on November 30 and May 30 of each , year, the maker agreeing that if; said note is not paid when due. to pay all costs of collection and 10 per cent of the unpaid principal and interest as attorney’s fees, past due interest and attorney’s fees to draw interest at the rate of 10 per cent per annum, said note reciting the same to be given in part payment of the purchase price of said land; that note No. 1 of said series has been paid; that note No. 2 is owned and possessed by plaintiff; that defend ants and each of them, have default ed in the payment -if note No. 2 and have paid no interest on said note since May 30, 1925; that on account of the default of dafendants and each of ♦hem. plaintiff has elected to rescind the sales contract and to rest en its superior title and now ten ders into the Court, note No. 2 and asks for cancellation of the same and for title to and possession of said land. Plaintiff’s prayer ,s that it have judgment of the Court for the title and possession of above land, that it have costs and that it have relief generally. HEREIN FAIL NOT. but have you before said Court on the said first day of next term thereof this writ with your return thereon, showing how you have executed the same. Given under my hand and seal of said lourt. at office in the city of Lrownsv ille. Texas, this the ISth day of May, A. D. 1928. Witness. Jno. P. Scanlan. Clerk of District Court in and for Cameron County, Texas. By M. J. McTiernan, Deputv. A true copy I certify. Jno. P. Scanlan. Clerk District Court. Cameron County, Texas. M. J. Mcliernan, Deputy. (seal | _._ 5-23-6-4-11-18-42-3030 SHERIFFS SALE THE STATE OF TEXAS COUNTY OF CAMERON Notice is hereby give,* that b> vir tue of certain Order it Saie issued) out of the Honorable 103rd Judicial District Court of tmiron t ounty on 10th day of May li/.e. by John p. | -canlan. Clerk of said Court, tor the sum Three Hundi.i Forty Seven & No-100 Dollars and costs of suit, under a Judgment, in Jxvor of Cam eion ( ounty Water Improvement Dis trict Number One. in a certain cause ill said Court. No. 74 m and styled: Cameron County Water Improvement District Number One, , . t. K. Price. ?i,ce<7 '? h3n<J* :vr service. 1. Mrs. Pinkie \ann. as Fmriff of Cam eron Countv, Texas, id on the 10th day of May. 1928. Ie on certain Keal Estate, situated m _ameron ( ounty, Texas, deserter, s follows, to-wit; The iouth 15 acres of Block 19. in and out of rhe John A llill subdivision, as shown on the official may recorded in Vol. 4. page 29. Map Records of Cameron County. lexas. and levied upon as property of C. R. Price, and that on the first Tuesday in June. 192a. the same be ing the 5th day of sa;J month, at the Court House door, of l.micron Coun ty, in the City of Bro v.»sville. Texas between th« hours of H A. M . and 1 I. M . by virtue of said levy and said order of sale I nil! Se|j said above described Real tstate at public 'endue, for cash to the highest bid der. as the property oi said C. R Trice. And in compliance w th law .1 give this notice by publication, in the FTnglish language, once a week for three consecutive weeks immediately preceding said day js sale, in the Brownsville. Herald, a newspaper pubjished in Cameron County. Witness my hand, th s 10th dav of May, 192S. MRS. riNMF VANN. Sheriff, Cameron t ounty, Texas. By R. C. Bryson. Deptuv. j 5-14-21-28— 3t-29S6. SHERIFF'S SALE THE STATE OF TEXAS COUNTY OF CAMERON Notice is hereby gum that lv- vir tue of certain Order o( "ale issued out of the Honoraile 103rd Ju dicial District Court of Cameron County, on 10th day M 1928, by John P. Scanlan, Clerk of said ( ourt, for the sum of Two Hundred Ninety • me 4 L.l-100 Dollars and costs of suit, under a Judgment, in facor of tameron County Watyr Improvement District Number One. in a c-rtain cause in said Court. No. 7389 and styled: Cameron Counts Water Im provement District Njuber One. Vs. First National Bank it al. placed in my hands for service. I. Mrs. Pinkie Wnn as Sheriff of Cameron County, Tf*«’,<i'd on the 10th dav of Mar. 1928. levy on certain Real Estate, situated in Cameron CVunt". Texas, described as follows, tn-w'it: The North 16.60 acres of Block No. 27. m and out of the Harlingen Land A * Subdivision “C*\ as shown on the official mar recorded in \ol. 1, page 24. Map Records of Gtmeron County. Texas ard levied upon as the propertv of Wimberly McLeod. T. S. Cline, F. M. Dicus. Jo sephine Crenshaw, and Firs; Na tional Bank of Hou*e*.cn, Texas, a corporation, and that on the first Tuesday in June. 1928 the «ame be ing the 5th day of said month. «*t the Court House door, ©f Cameron County, in the City of Brownsville. u 5’ det,v**n the hours of 10 A M. I’nd 4 P. M.. by virtu* of said levy and said order of sale l will sell -aid above described Real K: tat a at public '•ndue. for rash to th.- highest bid as the property . f said defend Ants. And in comnlianc* t* ith law. I give this notice by publication <n the fcngiish language, on-e a week f«r three consecutive week- immeditaely "receding said dav of sale, in tha Br®*’R*viHe Herald, a newspaper published in Cameron < runtv, Texas. Witness my hand, th * 10th day of May, 1928 MIS. PINKIE VANN. - heriff. Cameron < ounty, Texas. B.v R. C. Bryson. Deprt.v. 5-14-21-28—3t-29S7. SHERIFF'S ML': THE STATE OF TEXAS COUNTY OF CAMERON Notice it hereby given that by vir tue of certain Order cf Sale issued out of the Honorable 103rd Judicial District Court of C-imeron county, on 10th dav of May 1928. by John P. Scanlan. Clerk of said Court, for the rum of Eieht Hundr-d Twentv One & 56-100 Dollars and costs of suit, under a judgment in fevor of Cam eron County Water Improvement Dis trict Number One in a certain cause in said Court, No. 7333 and etyled: Cameron County Water Improvement LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT District Number One, V«. Wimberly McLeod et al, placed in my hands for service. 1, Mrs. Pinkie Vann, at Sheriff of Cameron county, Texas, did on the 10th day of May, 1928, levy on certain Real Estate, situated in Cameron County, Texas, described as follows, to-wit: The East 49.06 acres of Block No. 16. me same being all of said Block except the North* - west 40 acres, in and rut of the Har lingen Land it Water Company's tub. division “A”, as shown on the of ficial map recorded in Vol. 4, page 13, Map Records of Cameron County. Texas, and levied upor as the prop erty of Wimberly McLeod, H. M. Skelton, N. T. Mastcison. W. S. Cochran. Trustee. Bassett Blakely, Mutual Investment Company, First National Bank of Heuaton. Texas, First National Company, and C. F. Callahan, sometimes called C. K. Callihan. and that on the first Tues day in June. 1928. the same being the 5th day of smd month, at the Court House door, of Cameron County, in the City of Brownsville Texas, be tween the hours of 19 . M. and 4 P. M.. by virtu# of said levy and said order of sale . will sell said above described Real F.state at publie vendue, for cash to th< high/st bid der. as the property <.f said defend ants. And in compliance fi.h law, f gne this notice by publication, in th« English language, once a week for three consecutive weeks immediately preceding said dav of sale, in th* Brownsville Herald. » newspaper published in Cameron County. Witness my hand, this 19th day ef May. 1928. MRS. PINKIE VANN. Sheriff. Cameron County. Texas. Bv R. C. Bryson. Deputy. 5-14-21-28—it—2985. SHERIFF’S SALE THE STATE OF TEJftS > COUNTY OF CAMERON » NOTICE is hereby given that by virtue of certain Order of Sale is sued out of the honorable Criminal District Court of Cameron Count'. on 1st day of May. 1928 by Jno. P. Scanlan. clerk of said Court, for the sum of two hundred forty-six and 86-100 dollars and cost* of suit, under a judgment in favor of La Feria Wa ter improvement district, Cameron County Number Three, in a certain cause in said Court. No. 1305. and styled: La Feria Water Improve ment District Number Three va. Al varo Davis, placed in my hands for service, I, Mrs. Pinkia Vann, as sheriff of Cameron County. Texas, did on the 1st dav of May, 1928. levy on certain real estate, situated in Cameron County. Texas, describ ed as follow, to-wit: The south nine and 76-100 acres of block No. 116 of the Minntsota-Tax as Land and Irrigation company's subdivision of lands in the La Feria grant. Cameron County. Texas, and levied upon as the property of Al varo Davis, and :hat on the first Tuesday in June. 1928. the aame be ing the 5th day of said month, at the courthouse 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 order of vale I will sell said above described real estate at publie vendue, for cash to the highest bid der. as the property of said Alvar* Davis. And in compliance with law, f give this notice b> publication, in the English language, once a week for three consecutive weeks inyne diately preceding said day of sale, in the Brownsville Herald, a news paper published in Cameron County. Witness my hand, this 4th day of May. 1928. Mrs. Pinkie Vann. Sheriff, Cam eron * ounty. Texas. Bv R. C. Bryson. Deputy. 5-14-21-28-3t-299i NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE UNDER ORDER OF SALE No. 7413. W. R. Hinkle. Inc. v*. Henry W. Bates, et a!. In the Civil District Court of Cameron County. Texas. • 103rd Judicial Distict. T\ HEREAS. by virtua of an order ! of sale issued out of the District i Court of » anieron County, Texas, on a judgment rendered in said court on the 7th day of February. A. D. 1928 in favor of W R. Hir.klt. Inc. and against Henry TV. Bates, said judgment being a foreclosure of a mortgage lien on the following de scribed property, situated in Cam eron County. Texas. to*wit: The west twenty and 44-100 (20.44) acres of land in block nine in the Iowa Gardens Tract, a subdivision of one thousand acres of land out i of Partition Share No. 1 of the Lspiritu Santo Grant in Camaron county. Texas, J. S. de la Garza original grantee, as per map or plat of said Iowa Gardens Tract on file and of record in the office of the county clerk of Cameron County, Texas; both as against Henry W. Bates and aV against Grace M- Bates, wife of said Henry W Bates. Charles H. Bixel and James H. lanan, being all the defendants in said suit. I did on the 12th day of May. A. D.. 1928. at 1:00 o'clock p. m, levy upon the abo\e described tract of land as the property of said Henry V.' Bates. Grace M. Bates. Charles H. Bixel and James H. Canon; and .on the 5th day of June. A D. 1928. ! being the first Tuesday in said month, between the hours of ]9 i o’clock a. m. and 4 o'clock p. nr. on said day. at the courtnouse door or said county. I will offer for sale and se'l at public auction, for cash, all the right, title and interast of the said Henry TV. Bates. Grace M. Bate , * harles H. Bixel and James H. Canar in and to said tract of land WITNESS mv hand at Brnwnsiili*. Texas, this 12th day of May. A D. 192S. Mrs. Pinkie Vann. Sheriff. Cam eron County, Te^si By R. C. Bryaon. Deputy. 5-14-21-24-2t-2943 NOTICE The Commissioners Court of Cam eron County, Texas, w-sll convene and !sit as a Board of Equalization on • Saturday, the 4th day of June. A. P. 1928. at 9 o'clock A. M.. to receive all the assessment lists and books of G. A. Cowden, Tax Assessor of Cameron County, Texas, for the year 1928. for inspection. correction or equalisation and approval. Witness my hand and the Seal of the Commissioners’ Court of Cameron Countv, Tex*.', this the 24th day of May. A. D- 1928. SEALt . H. D. SEAGO. County Clerk and Ex-Officio Clerk of the Commissioners’ Court of Cam eron County. Iexas. 5-24 6-4-l2t-3027 FINED FOR TOOTHACHE CHICAGO.*- Robert htephens fined for parking his auto too long while having an aching tooth treated. DONCASTER. Eng.-John and Wil liam Cooper, who celebrated theig SSth birthday hare, claim to b« the world's oldest living twins.