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MISSOURI PACIFIC LINES
No. 12—To Houston. San Antonio. 8:00
a. m.
No. IS—To Houston, San Antonio, St
Louis, S:85 p. m.
No. 18—From St. Louis. S«n Antonio
Houston, 7:5S a. m.
Second No. 18—From San Antonio and
Houston. 8:10 a. m.
No. 11—From San Antonia and Hous
ton. • :S5 p. m.
SOUTHERN PACIFIC LINES
No. 819—From Houston, San Antonio.
9:48 a. m.
No. 820—T© Houston. Ssn Antonio
8:30 p. m.
NATIONAL LINES OF MEXICO
(Matamoros Station 1
No. 132—To Monterrey, Mexico City.
9:60 a. m.
No. 131—From Mexico City. Monterrey,
8:30 p. no.
RIO GRANDE RAILWAY
To Point Isabel. 9:30 a. m.
From Point Isabel. 4 p. m.
BLACK DIAMOND Bl’S LINES
Cars to Mission on the hour sver> hour,
ml a. m. to 6 p. m.. and at 7:30 a. m- 8:90
^0. m.. 7:80 p. m. and 9 p. m
To Point Isabel. 8 a. tn.. 18 m. and 4
p. m.
Political
Announcements
The Brownsville Herald Is authorized to
■take the following announcement* of
candidates subject to the democratic pri
mary in July:
FOR CONGRESS—
Sid Hardin.
FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY:
D S. Purl, Corpus Cbristi.
Geo. C. Westorvelt.
FOR SHERIFF—
R. H. (Bob) Johnson
G. G. (Gib) Henson.
Duncan S. Wright.
W. Frank Brown.
C. A. (Mike) Manaban
E. M. Jester.
L. G. Nichols.
COUNTY ATTORNEY—
M. R. Hall (re-election).
FOR COUNTY JUDGE:
A, H. H. Banker.
Oscar C. Dancy.
COUNTY COURT AT LAW:
W. T. Carlton.
V COUNTY TREASURER:
Mrs. A. W. Cocke, re-election.
Mrs. O. L. Hipp.
FOR TAX COLLECTOR:
W. B. Walton.
J. J. Fox.
FOR CONSTABLE—
E. J. Hanna, Justice Precinct No.
2, Brownsville.
John Martin; re-election; justice
precinct No. 2, Brownsville.
COUNTY COMMISSIONER:
Precinct No. 1.
H. M. Piittee.
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER. Pru
cinct No. 2—
Sam H. Bell. Jr.
Geo. Champion.
COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT:
R. A. Wooldridge. Rio Hondo.
Mrs. W. R. (Bill) loues.
FOR JUSTICE OF PEACE:
Precinct 2. Place. 2. Brownsville.
Paul R. Dye.
FOR COUNTY CHAIRMAN;
H. L. Yates.
Lost and Found
LOST—Coat with glasses and Gruen
.watch. Watch has initials JG on
^ back. Twenty-five dollars reward for
return to Merchants’ National Bank.
G-26
LOST—One bridle Boston screw tail
bull dog. Liberal reward for infor
mation leading to recovery. Call
B. C. Price. Abbott Buick Company.
Telephone 1133. G-Sl
’ AUTOMOTIVE
Automobiles For Sale
® STEVENSON MOTOR CO.. INC.
ICth and Adams
Brownsville. Tel. 1111
BUSINESS SKRVICES
PLAIN AND FANCY sewing; rea
sonable prices. Two blocks from
postoffice. Phone 894-J. G-88
Dray—Transfer
Mason Transfer &
* Grain Co.
Light and Hcavr Hauling
WE MOVE ANYTHING
1105 Adam* Phone 139
~ AUSTIN
transfer and STORAGE CO.
Phones 42] and 619
1126 Washington St.
DELTA RAPID TRANSIT. daily
trucks to points between Brownsville
and Mission Raymondville on Wed
nesday: local hauling. Phone 1H0.
Brownsville. B-4
BUSINESS SERVICES
Florists
BOWYER THE FLORIST, flowers
and funeral designs. St. Charles
end Pita streets. :Jhone T*l.
CUT FLOWERS—Bouquets end fun
ersl designs our specialty. Ferns,
blooming plants, orris mentals Out of
L town orders solicited San Remto
i Nursery a'd Floral Co.. San Benito.
■*' Texas. A-6
I Builders—Contractors
. * DOCTOR &DUDLEY
General Contractors and Ai hitects
Home building in brick, stucco or
frame We specialize in brick and
concrete construct!'"'
Brownsville. Texas Phone 627
Architects
E. G. HOLLIDAY
Architect and Builder
409 State Nat. Rank Bldg.
Phone 906
R. NEWELL WATERS
(Architect
9-12 Security State Bank Building
Weslaco. Texas
- —
Funeral Directors
I HinkUy Mortuary
Compete Funeral Service
/hones 123—300
St. Charles and Eleventh
* Street

AUTOMOTIVEAUTOMOTIVE
GOOD USED CARS
Before You Buy See T hese Automobiles
at the
Abbott Buick Company
1927 Buick Master Sedan 1925 Dodge Roadster
1926 Buick Master Sedan 1924 Dodge Coupe
1927 Buick Standard Sedan 1926 Essex Coach
1926 Buick Standard Coach One A-l Ford Touring
CASH — TERMS — TRADE |
Phone 1133 9th and Washington
• I
Open Evenings to 9:00 P. M. and Sunday Morning
I
BUSINESS SERVICES
Insurance
YV. B. CLINT
INSURANCE
SURETY BONDS
I 208-9 Merchants National
Bank
PHONE 6
Tailors
SOL BETTIN
Bench Made Clothes.
Expert work on repairing.
cleaning and pressing.
1216 Elizabeth. Phone >25.
B-295
~ H OTELS—C A F ES
WHITE KITCHEN
Famous for its
Cooking—Immaculacy
and Service
The popular place for
business lunches
12th between Elizabeth and
Washington
You have not completed your
trip to Brownsville unless you
ate at
Blackstone Cafe
Opposite Travelers Hotel
OFFICE EQUIPMENT
ART METAL
FILING
Equipment
Maverick-Clarke Litho Co.
20S Merchants National Bank
Phone 617—Brownsville
i 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 save you the
high cost of Transportation
HARGROVE'S STATIONERY A
BOOK STORE
Typewriter*
NEW UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS
Exclusive Valley Representative
Fred R. Scroggins
Phone 295. p. 0. Box 47.
SALES Harlingen SERVICE
_____ V-38
WOODSTOCK TYPEWRITER
SALES CO.
Typewriters—Adding Machines
Supplies—Repairs
Phone 606— Harlingen Z-12
BROWNSVILLE Typewriter Ex
change—We buy, sell, repair and ex
change all makes typewriters, adding
machines, cash registers, and check
writers. Phone 109. F-143
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 Mrebui'ta” from us. Fully
guaranteed. We repair all makes.
! 1112 Elizabeth St., Phone 1105.
EMPLOYMENT
Salesmen—Agents
I SALESMAN WANTED—Large ~
| poration for Valley work apply room
; 426 Travelers Hotel. Saturday morr
te* G-87
TO YOUNG MEN who want to get
ahead. Selling exjjbrience is needed
to hold down any big job. To suc
ceed you must be able to sell your
self and your ideas. We offer you
this experience selling Chevrolet*, a
product of General Motors. We give
you complete equipment and training
and offer you a chance to increase
your earnings. Many Chevrolet sales
men are earning as much or more as
well paid executives.
STEVENSON MOTOR CO.. INC.
10th A Adams. Phone 1111
Brownsville. Texas G-72
■ .-. —■»
Situation Wanted
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHIC WORK
Mrs. U. G. Haddon, offices Foster
Moothart Company, ground floor.
Cromack Building. Correspondence,
legal, etc. Reasonable prices.
E-223
B US! NES~S~OPPORTUNITY
RARE OPPORTUNITY to secure go
ing drug business in Valley. Account
of illness. Write G-85, Care Herald.
G-85
FOR SALE—Oldest established bot
tling plant in Valley; now doing
good business; with or without lot
and building. Write P. O. Box 571,
Brownsville. G-lO
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY
Business
Opportunity
We have for sale in the heart of .
the city an established, well
known, lucrative business having
very little competition. There is
an active demand for the mer
chandise handled and due to re
cent developments prospers for
the future are very brijrht.
Rov C. Sethman Co.
Opposite El Jardin Hotel
1117 Levee St. Telephone llSfi
E-165
1-OR SALK at a bargain if sold at
once, Swinney Cafe. McAllen. Texas.
Phon# 587. 0-06
_financial
Mortgages—Loans
MONEY TO LEND on good brick
business property and well improved
farms. Interest rate 6 per cent. 6
1-2 per cent or 7 per cent, pavable
semi-annually. Easy terms. S. C.
Graham &i Co., Brownsville, Texas.
__ G-60
Try a Herald Classified Ad
FINANCIAL
Mortgage*—Loans
LOANS—Monthly or term. Browns
ville, San Benito and Harlingen.
Monthly payments $10.10 per $1000.
Quick service, low expense. Foster.
Moothart & Welch. Cromack Bldg.
Phone 470. G-9
Annual or
Monthly Payment
LOANS
* on
Residence
and
Business Property
Small Payments
Prompt Service
— Telephone IBS —
Todd and Underwood
Spivey-Kowalski Bldg.
407 Eleventh St.
Brownsville. Texas.
F-109
Loans W anted
Will pay ten percent on
sums of $1000 up to
$5000, from one to
two years. Well-secur
ed by city property. Re
ply P. O. Box 164. Har
lingen.
LIVE STOCK—POULTRY
WILL purchase, rent or keep a good
milk cow. W. W. Dodd, phone 549-J.
THOROBKED German police pup
pies for sale. Mrs. Stafford. Glen
wood Hotel, phone 619.
PROFESSIONAL
Chiropractor
MARGARET HUNTEH CAMPBELL,
chiropractor, specializes S.. women’s
and children’s diseases. Hours, fore
noon only. 135 W. El.zabeth street.
Phone 1154. G-14
,
M. Cook, D. C.
CHIROPRACTf'T
State National Bank Bldg.
Brownsville. Texas
Room 405 Phone 703
Chiropodist
FOOT SPECIALIST
Dr. F'. Hillinger on highway between
San Benito and Harlingen. All foot
troubles treated. D-169
MISCELLANEOUS
F uroiture—Used
FOR SALE—Beds, rugs, floor lamp
shades, telephone table, wood heater,
fire place grate, wood; many other
| articles. Must sell at once. 101
'Adams street. Phone 721-J. G-71
Articles For Sale
FOR SALE—We have a quantity of
8-oz. duck in short lengths. The very
thing for patching cotton pickers'
sacks. Price 8c per yard. McNair
Clothing Mfg. Co., .759 Fronton St..
Brownsville. G-63
GOOD sorted potatoes for sale at
$1.50 peT sack. Rio Grande Delta
Gardners' association. Seventh street
at S. P. tracks. G-22
FOR SALE—Old newspapers. Suit
able for shelvee, under carpets, pack
ing or wrapping. 2 l-2c per pound.
Apply Press Room. Herald. tf
FOR SALE: High grade house paints,
all colors. $2.50 per gallon. Oleson
Furniture Co., 1126 Washington
street, phone 6l9. X-244
FOR SALE—Forty feet of walnut
office partitions with frosted glass
panels. Cheap. Rio Grande Valiev
Gas Appliance Co., opposite postof
fice.F-169
52 HIVES of bees for sale. Mrs. W. A.
Wilson. Box 17, Route 2, Brownsville;
Phone Rural 9012. G-69
REAL ESTATE
E. A. MON SEES
REALTOR
CITY PROPERTY
LARGE AND SMALL ACREAGE.
1113 1-2 Elizabeth Street
Over Olympia Confectionary.
__ G-19
Tourist Camp
Location
Would you be interested in a
long time lease of almost a
whole city block situated where
all tourists coming into this lo
cality can easily find it? This Is
undoubtedly the best location of
its kind in the Valley and our
terms will surprise v„u. ,
Roy C. Set It man Co.
Opposite El Jardin Hotel
1117 Levee St. Telephone 1166
E-155
Farms For Sale
TEN ACRES choice citrus land in
Stuart Tract, west of Harlingen.
Quality soil, attractive price. Our
hard luck, your opportunity. C. T.
Asbury, Mercedes, phone 307. G-61
FOR SALE—2-acre homesite. on re
saca. near highway to he paved right
away. Southern Realty Co., Phone
PU-_ _ F-204
REAL ESTATE
Farms For Sale
300 ACRES, choice non-irngatcd
land, 100 acres in cultivation; with
house; about 10 miles east of Ly
ford; $43 per acre. Terms. See
Paulus Hocke, two and one-half
blocks west of court house on Hi
dalgo avenue, Raymondvilie. G-3S
LAND BARGAINS—152 acres—23ft
acres—Donna district, cultivated.
Nothing better. Priced low. Wire,
write or call—C. H. Swallow, Alamo,
Texaa. Y-235
FOR SALE—1000 acres of good citrus
and farm land in Cameron County,
located between the Box Ranch tract
on the North now being developed
in citrus orchards, and the Laguna
Vista Tract on the 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. & R. G. V.
Railway for two and one-half miles
and the present terminus is located
on the East end of said 1U00 acres. A
good highway connects with Point
Isabel ten miles distant and Browns
ville and San Benito each nineteen
miles distant. Call on or address
Faulk & Abney, Brownsville, Texas,
or the owner. W. B. Abney, Lampasas.
Texas.F-118
Houses For Sale
FOR SALE AT A BAP.GAIN-3 beau
tiful homes, sheetrock and textone
finish; just being completed. Cor
ner Garfield and 15th streets. Vic
toria Heights. See these before you
buy. Mrs. Florence Stafford, owner.
Glenwood hotel, phone 619. F-205
5-ROOM tile stucco house in Harlin
gen for sale or trade for acreage or
late model closed car. 105 Filmore
St., Harlingen. G-78
Buy or Exchange
Property Owners
Indications are that this
year the influx of tourists
and home-seekers desiring to
locate in the Valley will be
lhe greatest in our histor
Many of these visitors will
come prepared to purchase
land or establish themselves
in business. If you wish to
oispose of your property
NOW IS THE TIME TO
LIST IT WITH US so that
we may study your problem
and equip ourselves to ren
der you a valuable service.
Roy*C. Sctl mum Co.
Opposite El Jardin Hotel
1117 Levee St. Telephone 1166
E-i: j
SOME FINE Dallas income property
for Valley land Want property from
ten thousand up. Will be in La
Feria for several da\s. See me and
will inspect while here. F. J. Thomas.
La Feria. G-73
RENTALS
OFFICE FOR RENT—Next to bus
station. Reasonable rent. Apply
Jose de la Pas Garcia, 1137 Levee
street. G-90
FOR RENT—Store room, Levee St.
near 13th street and new Interna
tional bridge. Call at Money Ex
change on corner. G-35
FOR RENT—For one year at Point
Isabel, store room. 26x30 feet; also
5 rooms above, with sanitary toilet
and b*th. Box 31, Point Isabel.
. C.-65
Apartments
TWO AND THREE room apartments
Modern. Levee and West 4th streets
Phone 847-R.G-50
FOUR-ROOM FURNISHED apart
ment, private bath, gas. Corner
Palm Boulevard and ms street.
: Phone 764. G-33
FOR RENT: Furnished south apart
ment. with bedroom and kitchenette;
also cool south bedroom; garage;
508 1-2 Elizabeth street, phone 819-J. I
FURNISHED ~APAKI mTnt' sink,
built-in cabinet, tights, water and
gas furnished. Phone 429. D-36
TWO-ROOM APARTMENT with g*a.
also sleeping rooms. Phone 258 or
1054. 540 Elizabeth street. C-7
I ALONSO APARTMENTS-Furnished
or unfurnished. Phone 839. C-229 [
'COOL furnished apartment; gas,
garage, pavement. 1248 West Wash
ington. Phone 82(0. G-67
UPSTAIRS APARTMENT, complete;
suitable for couple. 1400 Adams.
1 Phone 274. F-166
FOR h ENT—Modern urfurmshec
' apartments, new, Frigidaire. gas.
electricity, garage, prices reasona
ble. **M” System Store. 638 Eliza
beth street. A>M I
ROOMS and apartments. 701 St.
Charles. Tel. 1017. E71
UNFURNISHED DUPLEX. rhone
351.Y-3
GENTRY APARTMENTS with ga-i
rages, south bedroom, gas equipped. ;
Summer rates. Apply 744 Palm .
Blvd., during afternoons. F-66
DESIRABLE APARTMENT — Nicely
arranged and furnished. Living I
room, bed room, kitchen, breakfast
'room and bath. Water, lights and
gas furnished. Moderately priced.
Call 1173-W.F-38 j
NEBRASKA APARTMENTS — Fur
nished, every convenience, frigidaire,
and gas ranges. Jefferso;. and Four
teenth Streets. Phone 11.4. W-42
THRE EROOM FURNISHED apart
ment, private bath, available 18th;
nl.<o nice cool sleeping rooms. Ga
rage. 132 W. Le\ee street, phone 184,
Mrs. Mary D. Collins. G-79
Furnished Rooms
FURNISHED ROOM in private
family. Phone 578. F-183
ROOMS AND APARTMENTS—600
Washington street. G-41
RENTALS
Furnished Rooms
COOL, WELL-furnished bedroom,
twin beds; also two-room apartment.
Close in. Phona 189. C-83
BEDROOM. |8 per week. Phone
995-J.0-84
ONE SLEEPING ROOM in private
family. 904 Adams Street. G 77
NICELY FURNISHED south bed
roora, private entrance, connecting
bath. Two blocks from Post Office.
Reasonable rent. Call 349, ask for
Mr. Sbafner. G-76
SOUTH BEDROOM. Phone 745-J. ~
_G-21
Houaea
FOR RENT—Two good modern 6
room houses; also, two nicely fur
nished apartments and a large fur«
nished house. Southern Realty Co.
Phone 914. F-204
FOR SALE OR RENT-House at 1248
Washington Street, gas, pavement,
garages, 3 apartment*. $30.00 each.
Phone 820-J. G-23
MODERN 5-ROOM house;, screened
sleeping porch, gas. garage. Phone
_ F-85
SEVEN-ROOM MODERN HOUSE
413 on Sixth and Levee streets.
Phone 839. F-200
FOR RENT—Nicely furnished housa
for the summer. 1022 St, Francis
Street, We*t Brownsville. Phor.a
F-108
FURNISHED DUPLEX f« J7n7.
\ery reasonable rate. Phone Elbert
Lorkard. 673. business phone; 810-J,
residence phone. F-19W
DUPLEX FOR r"eNtTbath, garage,
gas. lights and water. On paved
street, one block from high school.
Apply Popular Store. F-193
FOR RENT—Three-room furnished
cottage. 723 W. Levee street. Shower
bath and garage; $25. Phone 1227-W.
_ G-34
MODERN five-room house with
sereened-in sleeping porch, gas and
garage. Call 1044-W. F-201
FOR RENT—Six-room hous-e, modern
improvements. Rent, thirty dollar*.
Ready August 1. See Dr. Thorn, or
Mrs. Lozano. 1500 Jefferson St. G-89
Weslaco Legion
Names Leaders
(Special to The Herald)
WESLACO. July 13.- Dr. D. W.
I ford has been elected post com
mander of the Milton Giles Fort post
of the local American Legion.
Other officers elected a*e H W,
Smith, adjutant; W. S. Ray. finance
officer; W. J. Cooper and E. G.
Muckleroy, delegates to the Valley
council of the American Legion.
Entertainment committee for the
next meeting includes Harry Steb
bins. Ben T. Sandes and L. E Bailey.
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