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MISSOURI PACIFIC LINES
No. 12—To Houston. San Antonio. 8:00
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Louis. 8:85 p. m
No. 15—From St. Louis. Ssn Antonio
Houston. 7:55 a. m.
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NATIONAL LINES OF MEXICO
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8 .30 p. m.
RIO GRANDE RAILWAT
To Point Isabel. 9:30 a. m.
From Toint Isabel. 4 p. m.
BLACK DIAMOND BUS LINES
Cars to Mission on the hour every hour.
8 a. m. to 6 p. m.. and ut 7:30 a. m., 8 :3d
p. m . 7:30 p. m. and 9 p. m
To Point Isabel. 8 a. m.. 12 m. and 4
P- m _
Tb« Brownsville Herald ia authorised to
make the following announ«menta of
candidate* auhjeet to the democratic pri
mary in July:
FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY:
D S. Purl. Corpus Chnsti.
Geo. C. Westerveit.
R. H. (Bob) Johnson
G. G. (Gib) Henson.
Duncan S. Wright.
W. Frank Brown.
C. A. (Mike) Manahcn
S. M. Jester.
L. G. Nichols.
M. R. Hail (re-election).
FOR COUNTY JUDGE:
H. H. Banker.
Oscar C. Dancy.
COUNTY COURT AT LAW i
W’, T. Carlton.
Mr*. A. W. Cocke, re-election.
Mrs. 0. L. Hipp.
FOR TAX COLLECTOR:
W. B. Walton.
J. J. Fox.
E. J. Hanna. Justice Precinct No
John .Martin; re-election; Justice
precinct No. 2. Brownsville.
Precinct No. 1.
H. M. Fattee.
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER. Prs
cinct No. 2—
Sam H. Bell, Jr.
R. A. Wooldridge, Rio Hondo.
Mrs. W. R. (Bill) lones.
FOR JUSTICE OF PEACE:
Precinct 2. Place. 2. Brownsville.
Paul R. Dye.
FOR COUNTY CHAIRMAN:
H. L. Yates.
Lost and Found
LOST—Dinner ring, set in platinum;
in neighborhood of El Jardin hotel
and Capitol theater. Liberal reward.
Inquire at Herald. G-7
FOUND—Ehtrayed mule at home of
L Penieville. El Jardin. Bay mare
mule about sixteen hands. Brand on
jaw and shoulder branded I. Owner
call and pay lor ad F-I92
I FORD Coupe. 1326. new Dueo finish
f Sew tires. Mechanically recondi
tioned. Good battery. ..$275-00
CHEVROLET Touring. 1326. Good
mechanical condition. New Dueo
finish; 4 new tires. New top. seat
covers; good battery..$21500
CHEVROLET Ton Truck, 1926, with
ercules cab and Woodward body.
Mechanically reconditiined. Good
STEVENSON MOTOR CO„ INC
10th end Adr.me
Brownsville. • Tel 1111
FORDSON TRACTOR and "low for i
sale. Guy Matthews Point Isabel
road five miles out. Brownsville.
FOR SALE OR TRADE—Chrysler 72
coupe. 72 seden. 501 E. Madison
HEVROLET touring 1928 demon
strator, equipped with bumpers and
-pare. Only run 3.24h miles. Same
a, new car. Will sell on terms or
lake reasonable trade. $568.00.
STEVENSON MOTOR CO.. INC.
10th and Adams Tel. 1111
Brownsville G-10 1
Try a Herald Classified Ad \
BOWYER THE FLORIST, flower*
and funeral designs. St. Charles
and Pita streets. Phone 771.
CUT FLOWERS—Bouquets and fun
eral designs our specialty. Ferns,
bloominc plants, ornamentals. Out of
town orders solicited. San Benito
Nursery ard Floral Co„ San Benito,
Mason Transfer &
Light and Heavy Hauling
WE MOVE ANYTHING
1105 Adams Phone 139
TRANSFER AND STORAGE CO.
Phones 421 and 519
1126 Washington St.
DELTA RAPID TRANSIT^ daily
trucks to points between Brownsville
and Mission. Raymondvilla on Wed
nesday; local bauling. Phone 480,
i'RUCTOR & DUDLEY
General Contractors and Ai -hitects
Home building in-brick, stucco or
frame. We specialize in bfick and
Brownsville. Texas Phone 627
E. G. HOLLIDAY
Architect and Builder
409 State Nat. Bank Bldg.
R. NEWELL WATERS
9-12 Security State Bank Building
W. B. CLINT
208-9 Merchants National
Bench Made Clothes.
Expert work on repairing.
cleaning and pressing.
1216 Elizabeth- Phone >25.
Compete Funeral Service
St. Charles and Eleventh
H OTELS-^C A FES ~
Famous for it»
The popular placa for
12th between Elizabeth and
Tou have not completed your
trip to Brownsville unless you
Opposite Travelers Hotel
ART METAL 1
Maveriek-Clarke Litho Co.
-08 Merchants National Bank
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. W« save you the
high cost of Transportation
HARGROVE'S STATIONERY A
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NEW UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS
Exclusive Valley Representative
Fred R. Scroggins
Phone 295. P. 0. Box 47.
SALES Harlingen SERVICE
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 “rebuilts” from us. Fully
guaranteed. We repair all makes.
1112 Elizabeth St., Phone 1105.
Phone 506—Harlingen Z-12
BROWNSVILLE Typewriter Ex- I
change—We buy. sell, tepair and ex
change all makes typewriters, adding
machines, cash registers, and check
writers. Phone IDS. F-143
SALESMAN WANTED for profitable
vermanent work. Should have car
'or appointment write Box 7,
WANTED—Man with car to aall
complete line quality auto tires and
tubes. Excluaive territory. Experi
ence not neceaaary. Salary 1800 per
month. Milestone Rubber company.
East Liverpool, Ohio. G-13
WANTED—Good Mexican farmer,
teams and implements furnished.
Must give references and be finan
cially able to carry on work. G. W.
Webster, near Moss' Store on old
Point Isabel road.
WE WANT TWO SALESMEN—There
is room in our organization for two
men. Our sales quota makes it pos
sible for two more men to make
earnings comparable to executive
salaries, selling Chevroleta. We fur
nish standard selling equipment and
methods used by all successful Chev- j
STEVENSON MOTOR CO, INC.
10th and Adams Telephone 1111
EXPERIENCED middle-aged lady de
sires position as hotel keeper, or
manager land company club house,
or housekeeper in motherless home.
References. Address Mrs. Mabel
Suits, 700 Van Buren St., Harlingen.
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHIC WORK—
Mrs. W. G- Haddon, offices Foster
Moothart Company, ground floor,
Cromack Building. Correspondence,
legal, etc. Reasonable prices.
PRACTICAL NURSE. 13 years’ ex
perience: obstetrical nursing a spe
cialty. Best of references. Mrs. L.
M. Montague. Phene 41, Lyford, Tex
DELTA TOURIST CAMP for sale; 200
block. West Elizabeth street. Browns
ville. Non-active owner, will sell at
sacriifce and on easy terms. See
Mrs. Adams at camp. F-195
SMALL cleaning plant, all electrical
equipped, doing good business. Call
or see Hsrry Starck, 712 13th St.
IRISH SETTER, solid red. female,
six months, registration papers go
with her, moderately low priced con
sidering breeding. Apply corner 13th
and Jackson streets. * G-6
THOROBKED German polica pup
pies for sale. Mrs. Stafford. Glen
wood Hotel, phone 619.
— Telephone 183 —
Todd and Underwood
407 Eleventh St.
4 F-109 i
LOAN’S—Monthly or term Browns- ,
ville. San Benito and Harlingen 1
Monthly payments $10.10 per $1000.
Quick service, low expense. Foster.
Moothart & Welch. Cromack Bldg.
Phone 470. G-9
MARGARET HUNTER CAMPBELL,
chiropractor, specializes in women's
and children’s diseases. Hours, fore
noon only. 135 W. Elizabeth street.
Phone 1154. G-14
M. Cook, D. C.
State National Bank Bldg.
Room 405 Phone 703 ,
Dr. E. Hillinger on highway between
San Benito and Harlingen. All foot
troubles treated. D-169
ELECTRIC Singer sewing machine,
new style, cost $150; sell for $65;
Victrola *19. Leave town. Kennedy.
142 West Levee street. Phone 1139.
FOR SALE—Electric range, gas stove,
dming table. Call at 1250 Washing
ton street. F-43
Articles For Sale
FOR SALE—Old newspapers. Suit
able for shelves, under carpets, pack
ing or wrapping. 2 l-2c per pound.
Apply Press Room. Herald. tf
CANE SEED, the kind you want, field
inspected, recleaned no weed seed;
r.o Johnson grass. Apply Rio Grande
Delta Gardner's Association. 7th
rtree on S. P. tracks. Phone 95. E-256
FOR SALE: High grade house paints,
all colors. $2.50 per gallon Oleson
Furniture Co., 1126 Washington
street, phone 5i9. X-244
SELLING OUT all kinds of dress ma
terials and other dry goods, very
cheep. Call at 142 West Levee
street. Mrs. Kennedy. Phone 1139,
afternoons and evenings. F-204
NICE SWEET ONIONS for sale. $1.50
per bu.-hel. Rio Grande Delta Gard
ner's Ass'n., 7th street at S. P.
FOR SALE—Forty feet of walnut
office partitions with frosted glass
panels. Cheap. Rio Grande Valiev i
Gas Appliance Co„ opposite postof
Buy or Eicnange
WANTED—To buy small cash regis
ter, in good condition. V. B. Liddell,
Boa 716, Harlingen.
Farm* For Sale
LAND BARGAINS—152 acres—235
acres—Donna district. cultivated.
Nothing better. Priced low. Wire,
write or call—C. H. Swallow, Alamo.
FARM FOR SALE
20 acre farm near good school
on highway. Four miles from
town. Good frame house,
nice yard, garage and other
out buildings. Excellent .and
all under cultivation. Busi
ness esuses owner to leave
Valley. This farm for sale
cheap now. Small down pay
ment and long terms.
Rov C. Sethman Co.
Opposite El Jardin Hotel
1117 Levee St. Telephone 1166
TWENTY ACRES Lower Rio Grande
Valley; six acres one-year-old trees.
Fine neighborhood. Address owner.
Box 682, Brownsville, Texas. F-156
FOR SALE—1000 acres of good citrus
and farm land in Cameron County,
located between tha Box Ranch tract
on the North now being developed
in citrus orchards, and the Laguna
Vista Tract on tha South.- This Tract
connects at its northwest corner with
the new Water District No. Eleven
and is a desirable tract for subdi
vision and development purposes.
This land fronts the S. B. A R. G. V.
Railway for two and one-half miles
and the present terminus is located
on the East end of said 1000 acres. A
good highway connects with Point
Isabel ten miles distant and Browns
ville and ^an Benito each nineteen
miles distant. Call on or address
Faulk A Abney. Brownsville. Texas,
or the owner. W. B. Abney. Lampasas.
FOR SALE—2-acre homeslte. on re
saca, near highway to be paved right
away. Southern Realty Co., Phone
Lots For Sale
RIVERSIDE PARK lots 8750 up. All
improvements including ell-weather
streets. Take advantage of our easy
payment plan. Foster-Moothart
Houses For Sale
HOMES FOR SALE
NEW 5-room cottage near
" eat Ward School. Street
to be paved at once. Good
garage «id all modern con
veniences. Pay 8500 down and
move m, balance like rent.
DUPLEX STUCCO 4 rooms
on each side, each with ga
rage. gas, water and lights.
Overlooking resara and very
cool. Just a few blocks
center of town. Can be
bought with small d<rwn pay
ment and balance to suit.
Roy C. Sethman Co.
Opposite El Jardin Hotel
1117 Levee St. Telephone 1166
FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN—3 beau
tiful homes, sbeetrock and texitone
finish; just being completed. Cor
ner Gerfield and 15th streets, Vic
toria Heights. See these before you
buy, Mrs. Florence Stafford, Glen
wood hotel. Phone 619. F-205
TWO-STORY RESIDENCE, best sec
tion, paved street, citrus trees, and
roses; 90-foot corner; bargain. Also
vacant lot with trees, paved street,
phone 820-J. F-153
— - - - — — — i
APARTMENT, 4 rooms and
bath, gas range and water
heater. New and modern in
every reapect. Southeastern
exposure. Close in. Excellent
neighborhood. W ill rent
either furnished or unfur
APARTMENTS, one t w n
room and one four-room
apartment etch completely
furnished with gas range,
water heater and nice furni
ture. Gas, water and lights
paid by owner.
COTTAGE. 5 rooms and
screened-in sleeping porch,
partly furnished, piped for
gas and with all modern con
veniences. Will rent very
cheap to permanent party.
Rov C. Sethman Co.
Opposite El Jardin Hotel
1117 Levee St. Telephone 1166
FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED
Duplex; also small furnished apart
ment. Good location. Very reason
able summer rates. Elbert Lockard,
office phone 673; residence phone
FURNISHED APARTMENT, eiok.
built-in cabinet, lights, water
gas furnished. Phone 429.
Ml.—I —... .- ■ ...
COOL FURNISHED apartments; gas.
paved atreet, garage. Summer rates.
Phone 820-J. F-15S
TWO-ROOM APARTMENT with gas.
also sleeping rooms. Phone 258 or
1054. 640 Elizabeth street. C-7
or unfurnished. Phone 839. C-229
AN APARTMENT now vacant; living
room, bedroom, dining room, kitchen,
breakfast nook and bath. Complete
ly furnished. A place where you will
bt cool and comfortable. This is one
of the nicest in the city. Will rent
9 particular people. Call 1178-W. F-38
VERY COOL south apartment; ga
rage free. Phone 946-W. F-49
FOR h ENT— Modern unfurnishei
apartments, new, Frigidaire. gas,
electricity, garage, prices reasons
ble. “M" System Store, 658 Elisa
beth street. A-103
ROOMS and apartments. 701 tiu
Charles. TeL 1017. E71
UNFURNISHED DUPLEX. Phone
GENTRY APARTMENTS with ga
rages, south bedroom, gas equipped.
Summer rates. Apply 744 Palm
Blvd., during afternoons. F-66
NEBRASKA APARTMENTS - Fur
nished, every convenience, frigidaire,
and gas ranges. Jefferron and Four
teenth Streets. Phone 11.4. W-42
BEDROOM S3 per week Phone 995-J.
NICE. COOL BEDROOMS, south end
east exposure. Close in. 1022 St.
Charles street. Phone 92S-M. F-206
NICE COOL ROOM. West Browns
ville. $3 for one; $5 for two. Mrs.
Jenning3, corner West Ninth and
Fronton streets. G-8
FURNISHED ROOM in private
family. Phone 578. F-183
ROOMS AND APARTMENTS—Glen
wood Hotel. 933 Washington street
FOR RENT OR SALK—Six room
house; garage and servants' quar
ters. 1725 West Monroe street,
phone 912-R. F-184
MODERN 6-ROOM house;, screened
sleeping porch, gas. garage. Phone
MODERN HOUSE with garage.
Stillman and St. Charles street.
Phone 613. F-196
SEVEN-ROOM MODERN HOUSE.
413 on Sixth and Levee streets.
Phone 839. F-200
MODERN five-room house with
screened in sleeping porch, gas and
garage. Call 1044-W after 5 o'clock.
FOR RENT—New five-room bunga
low in West Brownsville in casirable
neighborhood. Rental J40 per month.
This property will be axailable July
1. Phone Mr. Abney. 1115. *
FOR RENT—Nicely furnished house
for the summer. 1022 St. Francis
Street, West Brownsville. Phone
FURNISHED COTTAGES—By day
week or month. Gas. garage, pri
vate. Palm Courts. Jefferson St.,
Pbore 557. F-23
DUPLEX FOR RENT. bath, garage
gas, lights and water. On paved
street, one block from high school.
Apply Popular Store. F-193
FOR RENT—Two good modern 5
room houses; also, two nicely fur
nished apartments and a large fur
nished house. Southern Realty Co.
Phone 914. F-204
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Of letting by the City of Browns
ville. Texas, of the improvement of
the following streets, to-wit:
5th Street from the south line of
Fronton Street to the north line of
Alley one-half block.
6th Street from the south line of
Fronton Street to the north line of
alley one-half block.
Whereas, the City of Brownsville,
has heretofore by resolutions di
rected improvement of the above
mentioned street, between the above
mentioned limits, by grading, raising
and filling the same, and by improv
ing the same by the construction of
concrete curbs and gutters wherever
deemed necessary, and paving the
same with one of the following types
of pavement, to be selected by the
City Commission of the said City, to
(1) 6 inch reinforced concrete
(2) 5 inch reinforced concrete base
with 1 1-2 inch rock asphalt (hot mix)
(3) 5 inch reinforced concrete base
with 1 1-2 inch asphaltic concrete
(4) 5 inch reinforced concrete
base, with 1 1-2 inch warrenite bitu
Iithic wearing surface.
(5) 2 1-2 inch bituminous concrete
base with 1 1-2 inch warrenite bitu
lithic wedding surface;
(6) 3 inch rolled gravel base with
2 1-2 inch bituminous concrete base
with 1 1-2 inch warrenite bitulithic
(7) 3 inch rolled gravel base with
2 1-2 inch rock asphalt (hot mix)
WHEREAS, plana and specifica
tions have been prepared for the said
work by the City Engineer, which are
on file in the office of the Citv Sec
retary, and have been duly approved
by the City Commission.
NOW, THEREFORE, all persons
desiring to bid upon the work of
making the said improvements are re
quested to do so in acordance with
the said resolutions, plans and speci
fications to which they are referred
by filing sealed bids therefor with
the said Citv Secretary on or before
the 6th day of July. A. D. 1928 at ten
o’clock A. M.
Bidders will he required to make
their bids on forms of proposals by
the City Secretary, and which ms* be
obtained at his office, and no bid will
be considered unles the same ii ac
companied by a certified check upon
an acceptable bank, payable to the
Mayor of the City of Brownsville, in
amount and on conditions designated
by and in the said proposal. Bidders
may bid either upon all the different
alternative plans, materials and
method prescribed by said specifica
tions. or upon any one or more there
The City of Brownsville reserves
the right to accept any bid or bids,
or to reject any bid or bids in whoie
or in part.
A E. MUN'DAY. Citv "
Citv of Brownsvill
6-28- - ■**
CITATION BY PUBLIC.*, l
The A1 Parker Securities L vs.
W. G. Thornton, et al.
In the District Court. Cameron
The State of Texas to the Sheriff
or anv Constable of Cameron Coun
You aie hereby commanded, that
by making publication of this Cita
tion in some newspaper published in
the county of Cameron onca in each
week for four consecutive weeks
previous to the return day hereof
you suirimon W. G. Thornton and the
unknown hairs and legal represent#-.
tires of W. G. Thornton, deceased,
whose residences are unknown, who
are alleged to be non-iesidents of
the State of Texas, to be and ap
pear at the next regular term of the
District Court of Cameron County
to be holden at the courthouse there
of. in the City of Brownsville. Texas,
on the third Monday in July, A. D.
1928. the seme being the 16th day
of July. A. D. 1928. then and* there
to answer a petition filed in said
Court on the 16th day of May. A. D.
1928 and also First Amended Original
Petition filed on the 28th day of May
A. D. 1928. in a suit numbered on the
docket of said Court. No. 7757.
wherein the A1 Parker Securitiez Co.
is plaintiff and W. G. Thornton end
the unknown heirs and legal repre
sentatives of W. G. Thornton, de
ceased. are defendants; the nature
of plaintiff's demand being substan
tially. as follows, to-wit; Said de
mand being contained in plaintiff's
first amended original petition on
v hich this citation is being issued;
that by deed recorded in Volume 121
on pages 140-141 of the Deed Records
of Cameron County, Texas. A. H.
Fernandez, attorney *'n fact, convey
ed to A. F. Parker a tract of land
in Cameron county, Texas, being the
N. 19.16 acres in Block 41. Pomelo
Subdivision, as shown by map of rec
ord in Volume 5 on page 32 of the
Map Records of Cameron County,
Texas, retaining in said deed a ven
dor's lien to secure the payment,
among other notes, of that certain
promissory vendor's lien note No. 4
dated Brownsville. Texas. December
20. 1923. made by A. F. Parker pay
able to A. li. Fernandez, trustee, due
4 years alter date and bearing in
terest from date until maturity at
the rate of 6 per cent per annum, in-;
terest payable annually, providing!
that said note and past due interestj
shall bear interest from maturity
until paid, at the rate of 10 per cent
por annum; that by deed recorded in
Volume 131 on pages 384-386 of the
Deed Records of Cameron County. |
Texas. A. F. Parker conveyed said1
land to W. G. Thornton and as part
of the purchase price consideration!
for the same, the said W. G. Thorn
ton expressly assumed and promised i
to ray the above note No. 4 and in
addition made and delivered to j
plaintiff 5 promissory vendor's lien!
notes, each for the principal sum of 1
$383.20. numbered 1-8 ire., dated De
cember 8. 1923, due 1 each. 1-5 years
respectively, after date bearing in
terest from date until maturity at
the rate of 6 per -cent per annum,
interest payable semi-annually at it
accrues; providing that past due
principal and interest shall bear in
terest at the rate of 10 per cent per
annum after the annual maturity
thereof and further providing that
failure to pay the particular note or
any installment of interest when due.
shall at the election of the holder
of said series of notes, mature all
of said notes. th-s maker agreeing
that if the particular note be nlaced
in the hands of an attorney for col
lection. to pay 10 per cent ad.'!tional
on the principal and interest then
owing thereon as attorney's fees;
that although W. G. Thornton ex
pressly assumed and promised to pay
note No. 4 first nbo.e described,
nevertheless when sane became due
and payable, he failed and refused
to pav the same or any tart thereof,
although plaintiff repeatedly ra
ouested and demanded of him that
pavment be made and plaintiff was
forced to pay the then amount ol
indebtedness owing on the same,
which it did pav on March 27, 1928,
in the sum of $329.88; that hereto
fore, all defendants defaulted in the
payment of note No. 4 cf the senes
of note* made by W. G. Thornton
and likewise defaulted in the pay
ment of interest accruing on both of
notes No. 4 and No. 5 of said series
since June 8. 1927. and because of
such default of defe.ilants, plaintiff
has elected to declare the remaining
note. No. b. due and payable and has
placed said notes No. 4 ar.d 5 in
the hands of West & H ghtower. At
torneys. for collection, thereby caus
ing the 10 per cent atterney’s fees
provided for therein to become due
and payable; that notes numbered 1,
2 and 3 of the series made by W. G.
Thornton have been fully paid.
Plaintiff’s prayer is that it have
judgment for its debt, damages and
costs; that it have foreclosure of
its liens, as the same existed on De
cember 20. 1923 and December 8.1
1924 and at all times thereafter; that!
its liens be fixed, established and
decreed foreclosed; that the Clerk of
the Court issue proper order of sale
and that tha officer selling Mid
property place the ourcheser of the
same in possession .hereof, within 30
days after ?he day of aale. and that
plaintiff have relief generally.
Herein fail not. bat h«.ve you be-.
fore said Court on the said first'
dav of next term thereof this writ
with your return thereon, showing
bow you have executed the same.
Given under my hand an- seal of
said Court, at office n the City of
Brownsville. Texas, this the 29th day
of May. A. D. 1928.
Witness. Jno. P. Scanlan. Clerk
of District Court in ard for
Cameron County. Texas.
Bv M. J. McFiernan. Deputy.
A true coov I certify.
Jno. P. Scanlan. Clerk District
Court. Cameron County. Texas.
M. J. McFiernan, Deputy.
(Issued same day)
THE STATE OF TEXAS
To the Sheriff or any Constable of
Cameron County, Greeting:
YOU ARE HEREBY COMMANDED
TO SUMMON Harold Lewis Stev
ens, by making publication of this
citation for four consecutive weeks
before the return day of same, in
some newspaper which has been pub
lished in Cameron County. Texas,
for 12 months next before the date
hereof, to be and appear at the next
regular term of the Criminal Dis
trict Court of Cameron County. 28th
Judicial District, to be held in the
County Court House thereof, in the
City of Brownsville, beginning on
the 3rd day of September, 1928, then
and there to answer plaintiff's orig
inal petition filed in said Court on
June 15th, 1928. in auit numbered
7819, wherein Ruth Stevens is
plaintiff and Harold Lewis Stevens
Plaintiff's cause of action being
for divorce on the ground of excess
es, cruel treatment and outrages
toward plaintiff on the part of de
fendant of such a nature as to ren
der their living together insupport
able; that plaintiff have her maiden
name restored to her. and for costs
of suit and general and special re
HEREIN FAIL NOT but of this
writ make dua return a* tha law
GIVEN UNDER MY HAND AND
SEAL OF OFFICE on thi* June 15th,
Jnu. P. Scanlan.
District Clerk, Cameron County,
THE STATE OF TEXAS.
COUNTY OF CAMERON
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That
by virtue of certain Order of Sale is
sued out of the Honorable District
Court of Cameron County, on 19th
day of May. 1928. by Jno P. Scanlan.
Clerk of said Court, for the sura of
Threa Hundred sixteen and 65-100
dollars and fourteen hundred forty
three and 68-100 dollars, and costs
of suit, under a Judgment, in favor
of The A) Parker Securities Company
in e certain cause in said Court. No.
7387 and styled: The A1 Parker Se
curities Company vs. A. J. Easterling,
placed in my hands for service. I, Mrs.
Pinkie Vann, as Sheriff of Cameron
County. Texas, did on the 21*t day of
June, 1928, levy on certain Real Es
tate, situated in Cameron County.
Texas, described as follows, to«wit:
The South 10 acres of Block No 9
out of and forming a part of the La
Feria Grant and commonly called the
Pomelo Subdivision in Cameron
County, Texas, and levied upon as the
property of A. J. Easterling and that
on the first Tuesday in August. 1928.
the same being the 7th 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 vir
tue of said levy and said order of
sale I will sell said above described
Real Estate at public vendue, for
cash to the highest bidder, as the
property of said defendant.
And in compliance with law. I giv«
this notice by publication, In the
English language, once a week for
three consecutive weeks immediately
preceding said day of sale, in the
Brownsville Herald, a newspaper
published in Cameron County.
Witness my hand, this 21st day of
MRS. PINKIE VANN.
Sheriff. Cameron County, Texas
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