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M words •sifled ndvortissmsnt sosspted less than . Me LOCAL READER RATES i-trtioi. par word ............. te id ran eonssrutltu data, par te - Auxi iv fjtmtnMmua u* rain Information MISSOURI PACIFIC LINES 12—To Houston. Sen Antonio. 8:00 18—To Houston, San Antonio. St. 8 :35 p. m. IS—From St. Lou A. San Antonio i. ?:S3 a. bi. id No. IS—From San Antonio and i. 8:10 a. m. II—From San Antonio and Hous >5 p. m. OI THERN PACIFIC LINES S19—From Houston. San Antonio, m. 120—To Houston. Ssn Antonio. m. iTIONAI. LINES OF MEXICO (Mstamoros Station) 182—To Monterrey. Mexico City. m. 181—From Mexico City. Monterrey. m. RIO GRANDE RAILWAY oint Isabel. 0:80 a. m. Point Isabel. 4 p. m. .ACK DIAMOND BLS LINES to Mission on tbo hour every hour.I to 8 p. m.. and at ? :80 a. a.. 8:80 ; 1:80 p. m. and 8 p. m oint Isabel, 8 a. a.. It m. and 4 Political Announcements tinder thi« heeding will be published the name* of candidate* for public office. The fee* for announcement will be u follow*: For distriet office*.fIS 00 For county office*.125.00 For justice of the peace.$15.00 For precinct offices.$15.00 Names of candidate* will be carried In th* announcement column until the July primary. The Brownsville Herald is authorized to make tha following announcement* of candidates subject to the democratic pri mary in July: FOR CONGRESS— Sid Hardin. FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY: D. S. Purl, f orpus Christi. FOR SHERIFF— R. H. (Bob) Johnson G. G. (Gib) Henson. Duncan S. Wrigct. W. Frank Brown. C. A. (Mike) Manshcn S. M. Jester. L. G. Nichols. COUNTY ATTORNEY— M. R. Hall (re-election). F. W. Moran. FOR CONSTABLE— E. J. Hanna, Justice Precinct No. 2, Brownsville. John Martin; re-election; Justice precinct No. 2. Brownsville. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER. Pre cinct No. 2— Sam H. Bell. Jr. Geo. Champion. Lost and Found FOUND—Red rectangulsr pin. near Borderland hardware. Owner may have same by inquiring at Herald office, giving description, and pay ing for this ad. Automobiles For Sale Ford Coupe, 1926. mechanically re conditioned. New duco finish. Two new tires. $265. Ford fordor sedan. late 1624 Balloon tires. Mechanically o. k. Good body and paint. $175. STEVENSON MOTOR CO., INC. 10th and Adr.ms Frownsvilla. Tal. 1111 FOR SALE—Ford one-ton truck with platform and stake body. Good con dition. Rio Grande Valley Gaa Ap pliance Co., opposite poetoffiee, Brownsville. __ BUSINESS SERVICES Insurance W. B. CLINT INSURANCE SURETY BONDS 208-9 Merchants National Bank PHONE 6 B u i! de rs—Contractors _ pUOCTOR & DUDLfcl General Contractors and Afhitecta Home building in brick, stucco or frame. Wa apecialisa In brick and concrete construction. Frownsvillu. TtsasPhone 627 Dray—T ransf er \-- AUSTIN TRANSFER and STORAGE CO. phones 421 and 619 1126 Washington St. BUSINESS SERVICES Dray—Transfer Mason Transfer & Grain Co. Light and Heavy Hauling WE MOVE ANYTHING 1105 Adams Phoaa 150 DELTA RAPID TRANSIT. daily trucks to points between Brownsville and Mission. Rzymondville on Wed* nesday; local hauling. Phona 450. Brownsville. B-4 Architects 4 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 * Florists BOWYER, tha florist, flowtra sad funeral designs. St. Charles and Pit*. Phone 771.El«5 CUT FLOWERS—Bouquets and fun eral designs our specialty. Ferns, blooming plants, ornamentals. Out of town orders solicited. San Benito Nursery ard Floral Co„ San Benito, Texas. A-6 HOTELS—CAFES WHITE KITCHEN Famous for its Cooking—Immaculacy and Service The popular place for business lunches 12th between Elizabeth and Washington Vou have ant completed your trip to Brownsville unless you ate at Blackstone Cafe Opposite Travelers Hotel Funeral Directors Hinkley Mortuary Complete Funeral Service r*hones 123—300 St. Charles and Eleventh Street Tailors SOL BETT1N Bench Made Clothes. Expert work on repairing, cleaning and pressing. 1215 Elizabeth. Phone i25. B-295 Awnings 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-1S6 Signs BELIEVE IN SIGNS? RANDALL’S SIGN SHOP 1240 ELIZABETH. PHONE $*32 OFFICE EQUIPMENT7" NATIONAL CASH REGISTER CO., Registers bought, sold and exchanged. W. E. Sanders, Representative. Phone 29 Harlingen Texas Box 905 All Steel Filing Cabinets And Supplies. We sere you the high coat of Transportation HARGROVE’S STATIONERY A BOOK STORE ART METAL ’ FILING Equipment Maveriek-Clarke Litho Co. 298 Merchants National Bank Phone 617—Brownsville Typewriters DAVENPORT Typewriter Exchange, (Brownsville’s Typewriter House) Sole Valley distributors new “Si lent” 8 L. C. Smith and late Corona 4. Save 40 per cent on Underwood and Royal typewriters by buying factory “rebullts" from us. Fully guaranteed. We repair all makes. 1112 Elizabeth St., Phone 1105. NEW UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS Exclusive Valley Representative Fred R. Scroggins Phone 295. P. O. Box 47. SALES Barlingen SERVICE V-38 Typewriters WOODSTOCK TYPEWRITER v SALES CO. Typewriters—Adding Machines Supplies—Repairs Phone 508— Harlingen Z-12 EMPLOYMENT Help Wanted WAITERS WANTED. Majestic Cafe. San Benito. F-44 BUSINESS opportunity for man or woman to work for next sixty days. Experience unnecessary. House-to-house canvassing for leading Valley firm. Write Box 76, care Brownsville Herald EMPLOYMENT Help Wanted WANTED—Sash and door man in planing mill. Must ba experienced. 9 hour*. Open shop. Apply C. R. Tuggle A Son, 257 Ftonton Street, Brownsville. F-46 Situation Wanted PUBLIC STENOGRAPHIC work— .Mrs. W. G. Haddoti, offices Foster* Moothart Company, ground floor C'ro* mack Building. Correspondence, legal, etc. Reesoneble prices. E-223 EXPERIENCED lady stenographer and offica assistant desires position. Speak*, reads and writes Spanish, fluently. Address D-242, car* Herald. P-242 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY Attention Property Owners We are receiving numerous inquiries about valley prop erty (both farm and city).. If you wish to sell, LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH US •o that we may cooperate with you and aid you ift sell ing it. If it is not con venient for you to come to our office, phone us and we will be glad to send our rep resentative to your home. Our desire is to forwsrd your interest and our service is at your commend at all times. ROY C. SETHMAN COMPANY Opposite Hotel El Jardin 1117 Levee St. Phono 1166 . E-1S5 FOR SALE—Sandwich, cold drink business, best location in county. Well-equipped, priced right. Your opportunity. Address P. 0. Box 551. San Benito. * F-45 FOR SALE AT HARLINGEN—Lunch loom and restaurant, doing good busi ness. See. phone or write Ira T. Baize, 113 S. Commerce street, phone 96, Harlingen. F-40 FINANCIAL Mortgages—Loans " LOANS II $10.10 per month per $1000 borrowed. Homes, apartments and business property. D. L. Welch, with Foster-Mootliart Co. Ground Floor, Cromaek Bldg. MONEY TO LEND on good brick business property and well improved farms. Interest rate 6 per cent. G 1-2 per cent or 7 per cent, parable semi-annually. Easy terms. S. C Graham & Co.. Brownsville, Texas. £-160 PROFESSIONAL Chiropractor M. Cook, D. C. CHIROPRACTOR State National Bank Bldg. Brownsville. Texas Room 405 Phone 703 • MARGARET HUNTER CAMPBELL. D. C.. Ph. t\, specializes in women's and children's diseases. Hours, fore noon only. 135 W. Elizabeth street. Phone 1154-W. F-28 I ' Chiropodist FOOT SPECIALIST Dr. E. Hillinger on highway between San Benito and Harlingen. All foot troubles treated. D-169 LIVE STOCK—POULTRY THREE BULL PUPS for sale. Phone 104.F-41 MISCELLANEOUS Furniture—Used FOR SALE—Electric range, gas stove, d*ning table. Call at 1250 Washing ton street. F-43 FOR SALE—Furniture for three rooms, almost new. Leaving town, must sell. See me at once. Call 1185. F-39 EIGHT ROOMS furniture; also hot water tank and heater; lavatory; elactric fan. 912 Levee St. Phone 72 F-ll Articles For Sale 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:—Old newspapers. Suit able for shelves, under carpets, pack ing or wrapping. 2 l-2e par pound. Apply Press Room. Herald. tf FOR SALE—Fairbanks Morse stan dard windmill and 800 gallon tank and tower. Good condition. E. P. Cartmell. La Feria. Phone (ona long, ona short) 105. F-20 CANE SEED, the kind you want, field inspected, recleaned, no weed seed; no Johnson grass. Apply Rio Grande Delta Gardner’s Association, 7th stree on S. P. tracks. Phone 95. E-256 FOR SALE—Brand new Burroughs calculator. Rio Grands 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 LUMBER shipped direct from mill. Send us itemized list of what you want, showing grades and dimensions. I Can also fwrnish windows, doors and shingle*. Wa will quote you deliver ed price at your station. Westbrook Lumber Co., 436 Keith Bldg., Beau mont, Texas.* E-185 .-—.. —. FOR SALE—One 25-foot cabin motor boat: 2 cylinder, 2 cycle 20 H. P. motor. Harley-Davidson Motorcycle Co., Hariingen-Sea Benito highway. • jt-197 MISCELLANEOUS Articles For Sale FOR SALE—Used coal oil, gasoline and electric staves and water heat ers. Abo one used gas range with four burners, automatic lighter, bak ing and broiling ovens. Rio Grande Valley Gas Appliance Co„ opposite pestoffica. 0*84 HOT WATER TANK and heater; fcv. atory; electric fan. 912 Levee St. Phone 72. F-ll' REAL ESTATE ~ Farms For Sale BARGAIN—Non-resident must dis pose of 20 of the best acres in Rio Grande Valley near Mercedes; all in cultivation; purchaser gets one-quar ter present crop. Can make attrac tive offer. Long time payments. $500 cash will handle. Box 247, Brownsville. A BARGAIN—225 acres Valley land cn paved highway. For quick salt $70 per acre cash. Come see grow ing crops on adjoining farmf. Fred L. Johnston, (Owner) Panchita Ranch. Lyford, Texas. F-32 LAND BARGAINS—152 screa—235 acres—Donna district, cultivated. Nothing better. Priced low. Wire, write or call—C. H. Swallow, Alamo, Texas. Y-235 RENTALS RENTALS We have a number of clients who want to rent. Have you a desirable house or apart ment for them? Sea us so that we may know what you have to offer. ROY C. SETHMAN COMPANY Opposite El Jardin Hotel 1117 Levee St. Phone 1188 F-24 Apartments FURNISHED apartment. eorner Sixth and Levee streets. Phone 839. C-229 TWO ROOM apartment. $25. Phone 1 Sfr&-J. _F-34 AN APARTMENT now vacant; living room, bedroom, dining room, kitchen, breakfast nook and bath. Complete ly furnished. A place where you will be cool and comfortable. This is one of the nicest in the city. Will rent to particular people. Call 1173-W. F-38 MORRIS APARTMENTS — Furnished I o» unfurnished, with garage. Phone , S«6- E-9 FOR RENT—Modern unfurnished apartments, new, Frigidaire, gas, electricity, garage, prices reasons hie. **M” System Store, 658 Eliza beth street. A-1'li! ROOMS and apartments. 701 St. Charles Tel. 1017. £7i TWO-ROOM APARTMENT with gas, also sleeping rooms. Phone 458 or 1054. 540 Elizabeth street. C-7 FURNISHED APARTMENT, si.ik, built-in cabinet, lights, water and gas furnished. Phone 429. D-3ti UNFURNISHED DUPLEX. Phone Y-3 EOIR-ROOM furnished apartment with gas and private bath. Summer rates. 835. Adams and Boulevard. Phone 764. D-133 1 NEBRASKA APARTMENTS — Fur nished, every convenience, frigidaire, and gas ranges. Jefferson and Four teenth Streets. Phone 1K4. W-42 Furnished Rooms FOR RENT—Down-stairs bedroom in new home; delightfully cool. Phone 415-W. F-21 NICELY FURNISHED bedrooms: one 'apartment. Close in; summer rates. Phone 789-J. 2-158 BEDROOM 13 per week. Phone 995-J. F-34 FOR RENT—Two adjoining bedroms, next to bath. Clean and cool. Close in. Private entrance. Suitable for two or three gentlemen. Phone 99 between 5 and 7:30 p. m. F-30 ROOMS AND APARTMENTS—Glen wood Hotel, 933 Washington street. Phone 619. FURNISHED ROOMS in private home. 832 Washington. E-130 ROOMS and apartments, strictly mod ern. Mary D. Collins, 132 W. Levee. Phona 184. E-200 Houses SUMMER RATES on furnished and ivnfurnished houses. Southern Realty Co Phone 914. D127 FIVE ROOM new house in West Brownsville. Modern, gas. Phone 839. D-223 FURNISHED COTTAGES—By day. week or month. Gas, garage, pri vate. Palm Courts, Jefferson St., Phone 557. F-23 NICE NEWr 6-room house, gas and garage, W>st St. Charles between 11 and 12. Phone 956-J. F-9 FIVE-ROOM furnished bungalow, bath, electric range, piano. 822 E. Jackson street, Harlingen. F-18 FOR RENT—Five-room house, cor ner lot; 1454 Washington street. ♦Vest Brownsville. J, R. Barnard, phone 228. F-37 SMALL furnished house wanted for the summer. Write P. O. Box 41, Brownsville. F-31 FOR RENT—Nicely furnished home. 1022 St. Francis Street, West Browns ville. Phone 957-J. F-34 NEW 7-ROOM HOUSE with screen ed porch, garage and gas. Phone 896-W. E-25U A WISE CHILD A father was telling his little girl the story of Pygmalion and Galatea. The child listened intently as he re lated how the sculptor fashioned the wonderful statue with a hammer, how he fell in love with it when it was finished, and how it came to life under the warmth and sincerity of his love. W'hen he had finished the father waited for the child's com ments. "Daddie,” she said, after a short pause, “what did he do with .the hammer!” STUDY OF KILLER i - ■ ■ . ______ Character study of Charles J. Hoppe. 26, of Toledo. 0„ who haa signed a confession given to po lice that he abducted and mur dered Dorothy Sieiarowski. 7, cousin of his wife, at Toronto, O. A missing tooth led to his cap ture—corresponding to bites on the girl's body. Hoppe has been charged with first oegree mur der. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT NOTICE * The Commissioners’ Court of Cam eron County, Texas, will convene and sit as a Board of Equalization on Monday, the 18th day of June. A. D. 1928. at 9 o’clock, A. M., to receive all the assessment lists and books of G. A. Cowden. Tex Assessor of Cam eron County, for the year 1928, for inspection, correction or equalization and approval. Witness my hsnd and the Seal of the Commissioners’ Court of Camer on County, Texas, this the 4th day of June, A. D. 1923. « SEAL) H. D. SEAGO. County Clerk and Ex-Officto Clerk ol the Commiisioners’ Court of Carn et on County, Texas. 6-5-18-14t-3039 THE STATE OK TEXAS To the Sheriff or any Constable of Cameron County, Greeting: You arc hereby commanded to post' in each of four places within the j boundaries of a proposed water im- j provement district designated as Cameron County Water Improvement District Number Ten, as such bound aries are shown in the uotice of elec tion hereinafter mentioned, and also to post at the Courthouse door of the County Courthouse of Cameron i County, Texas, in the City of Browns ville, Texas, one of the accompanying original notices of election signed by the County Judge of Cameron County, Texas, and attested by the County Clerk of said County, accompanying this writ, for twenty i,20i days pre vious to June 16, 192$, the ddte set for such election, and also to cause |one of such notices to be published: | once a week for three consecutive • weeks previous to said date of elec-' j lion, th i irst publication to be made I at least twenty (20) days previous I to said date of election, in some news • paper of general circulation, which 1 has been continuously and regularly published for a period of not leas than one year in Cameron County. Texas, a duplicate original of such ! notices being hereto attached and in jail things made part of this writ. Herein fail not, but make due r# jturn hereof showing how you have executed the same, to the Honorable j County Commissioners’ Court of Cameron County. Texas, on or before the said 16th day of June, 1928. Attest H. D. Seago, County Clerk land Clerk of the County Commission ers’ Court of Cameron County, Texas, j Given under my hand and the seal jof our 'said County Commissioners’ Court at my office at Brownsville, Texas, this 22nd day of May, 1928. (SEAL) H. t>. Seago. County Clerk and Clerk of the County Commissioners’ Court of Cameron County, Texas. NOTICE OF ELECTION Notice is hereby given that an elec tion will be held on the 16th day of June, A. D. 1928, within the bound aries of the proposed Cameron Coun ty Water Improvement District Num ber Ten, in Cameron County, Texas, for the purposes of determining if a Water Improvement District shall be created and established in Cameron County, Texas, to be named Cameron County Water Improvement District Number Ten. and of determining if notes of said District shall be issued lor the purpose of paying the cost of organising, surveying, maps and plats, and all other indebtedness prior to the issuance of bonds, and for the purpose of the election of five direc tors for said district. Said election shall be held at the Harris house in Share No. 28 of the Espiritu Santo Grant, on old Bar reda- Point Isabel Road; and the following named persons are desig nated as Judges and Clerks of elec tion to conduct said election, at said polling place: Victor de la Cruz. Presiding Officer Librado Ramos, Assistant Judge Porfirio Sanchez. Clerk Rosalio, Esparza, Clerk. The boundaries of said proposed district being as follows: "Seven thousand three hundred one (7,301) acres of land, more or lass, situated wholly in Cameron County, Texas, and being a part of Shares Nos. 19. 27. and 28. of the Espiritu Santo Grant, in Cameron County. Texas, as said Shares were allotted and set apart by the final decree par titioning said grant rendered by the District Court of Cameron County. Texas, May 6, 1889. in Cause No. 1346, entitled "M. Kenedy. R. King, Et A1 vs. Thomas Carson, Administrator, Et Al.” and more particularly de scribed by metes and bounds, as fol lows: Beginning at a point on the West line of Share No. 27, said point being South 4 degrees, 80 minutes West 1228.2 feet from the center line of State Highway No. 100. Thence South 88 degrees 0 minutes East 2915.2 feet to a point on the East line of said Share No. 27. Thence with the East line of Share No. 27 North 3 degree* LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT •1 minutes Last 12584! feet to the i North line of State Highway No. 100. Thence South 85 degrees 0 minutes East 2133.3 feet with the North line i of State Highway No. 100 to a point < in the East line of Share No. 28. ' Thence with the East lino of Share No. 28 North 2 degrees 24 minutes East 38.705J feet. Thence North 86 degrees 36 minutes West 1893.4 feet to a point in the East line of Share ' No. 27. Thence with the East lint of Share No. 27 North 3 degrees 30 min utes East 344177 ft. to a point in the South line of the Old San Benito Buenn Vista Road. Thence with the ' South line of said road North 88 de grees 23 minutes West 1923 feet to a point in the West line of Share No. 27. Thence with the West line of Share 27, South 4 degrees 35 min utes West 25,408 feet, to the North east corner of Tract No. 43 of Share No. 19 of the Espiritu Santo Grant, aa said Tract No. 43 was set apart and allotted to Mrs. Agnes A. Browne by the final decrea partition ing said Share 19. rendered by the District Court of Jefferson County. Texas in Cause No. 7588, entitled “Charles B. Combe, et al, vs. John H. Broocks, at al.” Thence with the North line of Tract No. 43 North 85 degrees 30 minutes West 186S.6 feet to the Northwest corner of said tract No. 43; thence with the West line of Tract No. 43 South < degrees 30 min utes West 43,772.3 feet to the South west corner of Tract No. 43; thence with the South line of Tract No. 43 South 88 degrees 30 minutes East 1810.8 feet to a point in West line of Share No. 27; thence North 4 degrees 30 minutes East 1270.5 feet to the place of beginning, containing 7301 acres, more or less.” 1 At which election there shall be submitted the following propositions: "For the Weter Improvement Dis- , triet.” “Against the Water Improve ment District.” “For the Issuance of ! Notes of said District.” “Against the Issuance of Notes of said Dis- 1 triet,” and the election of five direc- 1 tors for said District. The manner of conducting said elec- , tion shall be governed by the Gen- ( eral Election Laws of the State of , Texas, except as otherwise provided , in Chapter 2, Title 128. of the Revised i Civil Statutes of Texas, Revision of i925, and in Acts amendatory thereof , and supplementary thereto. None but resident property taxpay- ■ ers who are qualified voters of said , proposed District shall be entitled to j vote on any question submitted to the , voters at such election. The ballots to be used at said elec- ( tion shall have printed thereon the following: “For Water improvement District,” , “Against Water Improvement Dis- j triet.” “For Issuance of Notes of said District.” “Against Issuance of Notes of said District.” and said ballot shall contain five blank lines upon which ' to write names of persons voted for. for the office of director, with a heading. “For Directors, five to be elected.” No other matter shall be placed on the ballot except the head ing, "Official Ballot.” This Notice of Election is issued under and in pursuance of an Order 1 passed hy the Commissioners* Court ; of Cameron County. Texas, on the 21st dav of May A. P. 192*. at a Spe cial Session of said t’ourt. and after a public hearing had been held by | said Court on tha Petition of H. C. Harding, Trustee, and others, pray ing for the establishing of a Water Improvement District within the mates and bounds hereinbefore set c ut, to be designated < atneron Coun ty Water Improvement District Num ber Ten. and to be established, and to operate, under Section 59 of Ar ticle 16, of the Constitution of Tex as and the Statutes enacted in pur suance thereto, for the purposes of the control, storing, preservation and distribution of the waters and flood waters of the Rio Grande River and of the Resacas and Streams within, crossing or adjacent to said district for the irrigation of the lands includ ed in said district, for domestic, power and commercial purposes, for the drainage of lands in said dis trict needing drainage, with power to issue bonds (without the limitation provided in Article 3. Section 52 of the Constitution!, for the purchase and construction of such improve ments and works as may be necessary in order to carry out those purposes, and also praying for authority for the issuance of notes of such district by the Board of Directors of such Dis trict. when qualified, to the max imum percentage allowed by law-, based on $500,000.00 (estimated and proposed cost of such improvements t for the purpose of creating a fund to pay the costs of the organization of ! the district, and the cost of all sur veys, investigations, engineering, is suance of bonds, making and filing of maps and reports, all legal expenses ■ connected therewith, and all other costs and expenses authorized or made i necessary by the provisions of law. I up to the time the bonds of such dis trict are sold; which petition was, by i said Court in all things granted, and in which Order it was provided, among other things, that this elec tion should be held and that Notice thereof be given as required by law. I Given under my hand and the seal of the Countv Commissioners* Court of Cameron County. Texas, this 22nd 1 day of May. 1928. (SEAL! OSCAR C. DANCY. County Judge of Cameron County. Texas. Attest: H, D. Seago. County Clerk of Cameron County. Texas. 5-24-31-6-7-31-3013 THE STATE OF TEXAS To the Sheriff or any Constable of Cameron County. Greeting: You are hereby commanded to post in each of four places within the boundaries of a proposed water im provement district designated as Cameron County Water Improvement District Number Eleven, as such boundaries are shown in the notice of election hereinafter mentioned and also to post at the courthouse door of the county courthouse of Cameron County. Texas, in the city of Browns ville. Texas, one of the accompany ing original notices of election sign ed by the county judge of Cameron County, Texas, and attested by the county clerk of said county, accom panying this writ, for twenty (20) days previous to June 16, 1928, the date set for such election, and also to cause one of such notices to be published once a week for three con secutive weeks previous to said date of election, the first publication to be made at least twenty (20) daps previous to said date of election, in some newspaper of general circula tion, which has been continuously and regularly published for a per iod of not less than one year in Cameron County, Texas, a duplicate original of such notices being here to attached and in all things made part of thia writ. Herein fail not, but make due re turn hereof showing how you have executed the same, to the Honorable H. D. Seago, County Clerk of Cameron County. Texas, on or be fore the said 16th day of June. 1928. Attest. H. D. Seago, County Clerk and Clerk of the County Commit • LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT lioners* Court of Cemeron County. Texas. Given under my hand and the eeel of our said County Commiaaioner • Court at my office at Brownavilla. Texas, this 22nd day of May, 1228. H. D. Seago. County t lark ot the Commissioner’* Court of Cameron County. Texas. (seal) NOTICE OP ELECTION Notica is hereby given that an elec tion will be held on the 16th day of June, A. D. 1928, within the bound aries of ths proposed Cameron County Water Improvement District Number Eleven, in Cameron County, Texas, for the purpose of determin ing if a Water Imorovement District shall be created and established in Cameron County, Texes, to be named Cameron County W.iter Improvement District Number Eleven, and of de termining if notes of said district shall be issued for the purpose of paying tha cost of organiiing, sur veying. maps and plats, and all other indebtedness prior to the issuance of bonds, end for the purpose of the | election of five directors for saidi district. Said election shall be held at the Commissary building at San Juan ranch, near S. W. corner of said dis trict; and tha following named per sons are designatad as judges and rlerks of election to conduct saia election, at said polling placet Mariano Castillo, presiding officer. Antonio Tijerina, assistant judge. Santiago Tijerina, clem. Nicolas B. Garsa. clerk. The boundaries of said proposed district being as follows. “Eight hundred sixty-fouf and 60 100 (864.61) acres of land, more or less, situated wholly in Cameron County. Texas, and being a part of Share No. 32, of the Espiritu Santo Grant, in Cameron County, Texas, is said share was allotted and set epart by tha final decree partition ing said grant, rendered by the Dis trict Court of Cameron County, Tex es, May 6. 1889, in Cause No. 1346, entitled **M. Kenedy. R. King, et al, vs. Thomas Carson. Administrator, at el,” and mors particularly described by metes and bounds, as follows: Beginning at a large stone in the •ast boundary of Share 32, of Espir itu Santo Grant, Cameron County, Texas, at the northwest corner oi Santa Isabel Grant and southwest rornsr of Buena Vista grant, said vtone being also the northeast cor ner of a certain 1500 acra tract out nf Share 32, in the name of John F. Boory. and the southeast comer nf a certain 600 acre tract out of Share 32 in the name of J. K. Boory; end the northwest corner of a tract in the Santa Isabel Grant known as the Box tract; thence south 0 degrees )7 minutes east with the east line of Share 32 and the west line of the Box Tract. 2780 feet to the south nest corner of said Box tract and the southeast corner of the tract herein described; thence south 88 degrees 51 minutes west 4165.9 feet to the west line of Share 32 for the southwest corner of the tract here in described; thence following the west line of said Share No. 32, north 0 degrees 02 minutes east 1219.7 feet; east 16.3 feet to a post; north 0 degrees 01 minutes west 1578.8 feet to a post being the northwest corner of said Boory 1500 acre tract and the southwest corner of said Boory 60O acre tract; nor*h 0 degrees 01 minutes west 4716.2 leet; north 0 de grees 04 minutes east 1724.0 feet to » point for the northwest corner of the tract herein described, and be ing also the southwest corner of a tract in said Share No. 32 in the name of the Brownsville Realty Company; thence with the dividing line between the said Boory wjo acre tract and the said Brownsville Real ty Company tract, north ©9 degrees 16 minutes east 4019.9 feet to a point in the east boundary of the said Share 32. and the west boundary of the above mentioned Buena Vista Grant for the northeast corner of the tract herein described; thence with the above mentioned east boundary of Share 32 «no west boundary of Buena Vista Grint south 0 degrees 44 minutes east 6427.8 feet to place of beginning, containing LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT by tha above met** and bounds 864.61 acres. more or loss. .... At which election thera shall be submitted the following proposi tions: "For the Water Improvement Dis trict.’ "Against tho Water Im provement District.’ "For the lasa ance of Note# of Said District. "Against the Issuance of Notes of Said District." and tha election of five directors for said district. Tha manner of conducting said election shall be governed by tha General Election Laws of tha State of Texas, except as otherwise pro vided in Chapter 2. Title 128, of the Revised Civil Statutes of Texas, Re vision of 1926, and in Arts amenda tory thereof and supplementary thereto. None but resident property tax payers who are qualified voters of said proposed district shall he en titled to vote on any question sub mitted to the voters at such elec tion. The ballots to be used at said election shall have printed thereon the following: "For Water Improvement District.* "Against Water Improvement Dis trict. "For Issuance of Notes of Seid Distrut.’’ ' Against Issuance of Note# of Said Diatrict,” and aaid ballot ahall contain fiva blank lines upon which to wgite names of per sons voted for^ for the office of di rector. with a heading. “For Direct ora. five to be elected.’’ No other matter shall be placed on the ballot except the heading. “OFFICIAL BAL LOT." This Notice of Ele-tion is issued under and in pursuance of an Order passed by the Comm.ssioner'a Court of Cameron County. Texas, on tha 21st day of May. A. D. ll»28, at a special session of xaid Court, and after a public hearing had been held by said court op the petition of Port Isabel Irrigation Corn puny, and oth ers. praying for the establishing of a Water Improvement District with in the metes and bounds hereinbe fore set out, to be designated Cam eron County Water Improvement District Number Eleven, and to b# established, and to operate, under Section 69 of Article 16. of the Constitution of Texas and the Statutes enacted in pursuance there to. for the purposes of the control, storing, preservation and distribution of the waters and flood waters of the Rio Grand river and of the rrsscas and streams within, crossing or adjacent to said dirtrict for the irrigation of the lands included in said district, for domestic, power and commercial purposes, for tha dratn age of lands in said district needing drainage, with power to issue bonds (without the limitation provided in Article 3. 'Section 62 of the Consti tutiont. for the purchase and con struction of such improvements and works as may be necessary In order to carry out those purposes, and also praying for authority for tha issu ance of notes of such district by the Board of Directors of such Dis trict, when qualified, to the maxi* mum percentage allowed by law, based on the sum of $70.00 per acre for each acre to be included in said district (estimated and proposed cost of such improvements! for the purpose of creating a fund to pay the costs of the organisation of the district, and the cost of all surveys, investigations, engineering, issuance of bonds, making and filing of maps and reports, all legal expenses con nected therewith, and ah other costs and expenses authorised or made necessary by the provisions of law, up to the time the bonds of such district are sold; which petition was, by said Court in all things granted, and in which Order it w-as provided, among other things, that thia elec tion should be held and that notica thereof be given as required by law. Given under my hand and the seal of the Countv Commissioner's Court of Cameron 6ounty, Texas, this 22nd day of May. 1928. Oscar C. Dancy, County Judge of Cameron County, Texas. Attest: H. D. Seago. County Clerk of Cam eron County, Texas. (seal) 5-24-31-6-7-3t-3f>2> DELINQUENT TAX LIST, SANTA MARIA WATER CONTROL Sr IM PROVEMENT DISTRICT. CAMERON COUNTY NUMBER FOUR, FOR THE YEAR 1027 La Feria Grant — Sub. of Jones Bros.. $00 Acre Tract Name— Acres Part of Blk. Elk. No. Taxes Brandt. Jacob .40 l 100 00 Batsell. J. H.20 North 1-2 2 45 00 Langley Bros.20 South 1-2 2 50 00 Cowart. M. A.. 40 3 100.00 Lovelace, C. D. ....10 E 1-2 of N 1 1 4 25 00 Grove. J. A . 40 5 40.00 Gleen. M. C.40 6 40.00 La Feria Grant — Lovelace-Jones Subdivision Johnston. Dr. Elizabeth .... 29.81 3 51.76 Burge, Mrs. F. W. 20 5 50.00 Burge. Mrs. R. W....20 6 50.00 Harpster, B. 0.10 East 12 7. 26 00 La Feria Grant — Forto Subdivision Sansom. R. P.21.50 parts 1 and 2 2.15 Sansom. F. P. 20 3 2.00 Sansom, R. P. 10 N. 1-2 4 1.00 Hilliman. Geo. 18 1-2 5 i8 60 Sansom. R. P. ..20 6 20.00 Metannon, G. T. 18 1-2 9 45.25 McCannon. G. T. 18 10 45.00 Sansom. R. P.... 20 13 50.00 Ransom. R. P. 20 14 . 50.00 Longbria. N. Sr P.. 34 South pt. F 75 48 Highbarger. A. A. 16 North pt. F 86 5% La Feria Grant — Lovelace-Champion Subdivision Houston. J. C. 6 9 12.50 Houston. J. C. .. 3 11 7.50 La Feria Grant — McNeil 100 Acre Tract Hawkes, L. R. ..'48 A 120.00 La Feria Grant — Rancho de Santa Maria Cameron County . 35 1 12.60 Fitts. H. A.. 50 3 50.00 Cameron County. 48 1-2 4 48-50 Wynn, C. C.23 South 1-2 17 87.60 La Feria Grant — Santa Maria Canal Lands Brandt, Jacob . 40 East 1-2 Gs 100.00 Brandt. Jacob . 40 West pt. Is 100.00 Bearmore. W. A.82 Ls 196.80 Hopkins, Reese . 20 North 1-2 Qs 80.00 La Feria Grant — Mrs. A. B. Stein Tract Gunn, A. G.10 Lot 1 of E. 1-2 2 25.00 Wilson. J. F... 9.50 Lot 2 of E. 1-2 2 23.75 Covington, H. C. 8.51 Lot 3 of E. 1-2 2 21.27 La Feria Grant — River Drive Subdivision Evans, Mrs. Alica . 7.73 ' 3 1932 Evans, Mrs. Alice ... 5 * 4 12-50 Lovelace. C. D. .. 5.54 7 12.74 Huff. Mrs. Rhoda A. 5 8 12.5" Unknown . 5 14 12.5" Lovelace, C. D.. 6.04 . 15 11.34 Lovelace, C. D, 8.01 18 11.25 Lovelace, C. D.«. 10 17 22.50 True. Mrs. J. B. . 10 20 22.50 Highbarger, A. A. 9 25 t».*2 Highbarger. A. A.10 26 23.50 DeWitt, Joseph L. 10 32 22.50 Enochs. J. F.ttf 83 22.5" Evans. Mrs. Alice . 5 North 1-2 34 11.25 Evans, Mrs. Alice . to 35 52.5" Enochs. J. F. .,. 10 3 6 22.50 Enochs. J. F. ,U * 37 Z2.50 Warren. J. F.,. sU 38 22.50 Highbarger. A. A. 5 West 1-2 41 11.25 Highbarger. A. A... 10 42 22 50 Highbarger. A. A.lO. 13 22 50 Highbarger. A. A. ;. 6 05 44 13 50 Highbarger, A. A. 9.04 60 20.34 Highbarger. A. A.60 Reserve 116.00 Highbarger. A. A. 1 47 Raatrve 3 30 To the amount of taxes should be added 10 par cant penalty accrued i February 1st, 1928; also 25 cents each tract for advertising. R. H. HARGRAVE, Tax Collector 5-24-31-6-7-3t403s V