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I sed Cars that Do New Car J< ibs--_uy One Now!--Herald Want Ads
I^_AUTOMOTlVE I
How to Diagnose
Brake Trouble
TELL it to HARP •’
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GfUv i>rt?-«fomplct® ,tock
And «! R°SK BRAKE LINING
se modern equipment whet
iHelaW- "* new Iin'n«
deaid ®,8C°unt to garages and
*- * when we mount new 11n
tf ®n Brake bands.
ai|V s V ulcanizing and
Auto Repair Shop
* Mkt. rhone 103^
W cs tin gbouse
Batteries
foLl Chevrolet. 11 plate.
13 plate $12.00.
x'adrick piston rings; oil
SS .tro* *nd compression.
;4. * ®nd Chevrolet .. 26c
7 1° 3 7-8 in. diam....S0o
w in. to 4 7-8 in. diam... 35e
i J,111.' to 6 1-2 in. diam....5Qc
11 >t is oiling trouble you
/ Jre havinsr, we can atop it.
■ kjbpeeial discount to dealers.
^Harry g Vulcanizing and ;
\ Auto Repair Shop
12th & Mkt. Sq. Phone 105
4— J-154
Automobiles For Sale
j J
■ I
|f three day guarantee plan
If BUY WITH CONFIDENT 1
■ Chevrolet Coupe. 1827. New Duco
I faith. Mechanicallv reconditioned
1“ where necessarv. Good tires. Nam
her accessories. Only run 8,500 miles.
9485.00.
Crevrolet Touring, 1826. Nr* paint,
food tires. Very good mechanical
condition. Number accessories.
1300.00.
Chevrolet Landau Sedan. 1926. Com
plete mechanical recondition. New |
Unco paint job. Good tire*, two j
Pew. Good battery. $380.00.
Ford Roadster, 1926. Good mechani
tal condition. Fair tire*. New top.
Has slip on body. $85.00.
Ford One Ton Truck, 1921 Good
body and cab. Very good tire-. Good
mechanical condition. $135.00.
Ford Touring, 1925. In good con
dition. $66.00.
STEVENSON MOTOR ( O.. INC
10th and Adams
Brownsville. Tel. 1111
C-245
STEVENSON MOTOR CO„ INC.
10th and Adams
^Brownsville.Tel. 1111
FOR SALE—Willy* Knight 70 coupe.
Excellent condition. Consider trade.
C. P. Lear. Harlinge... 1202
GOOD WILL I
USED CARS
i Chevrolet Touring.$3.'>0.00
I New rubber all around, new Duco
finish, excellent condition through
out.
Oakland Coach . . $650.00
Perfect mechanical condition, new
rubber, fully equipped.
Whippet Coach ...$375.00
I* New Duco finish, good t'te-. goo ;
mechanical condition, bumpers ard
anuhbers.
Ford Roadster . $225.00
Mechanically perfect, new Duco
finish, bumpers, motometer and
excellent rubber.
| (The Isom Motor Co. I
Inc.
I 820 Elizabeth Street
I 1-113
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192" FORD MOTOR on chassis. $15
[ each. Apply Del-Wait Hotel. J-21®
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HUNTERS' STOP! LOOK'
Se«»on opens Nov. 1st. Duck* and
Gee?*’ are here. Why use your fam
ily car when you can buy a cheap
hunting car at such prices.
Dodge touring .
Star touring . ‘ ,0 0°
Ford roup® . ^:;.*.t»o
Studcbaker roadster.. 00
Ford light delivery . $..<no
Ford ton truck .. jlSS'iU
Studebaker touring . $ 0^*00
Ford touring . ! "onn
.TESEE PEXNETT. INI ..
W. A. Ross, Mgr.
.126
Lost and Found
LOST—Open face gold watch at the
haP game in Victoria Heights. Sun
Finder please return to Herald
office Reward. _
Lost and Found
LOST OR STOLEN: Airdale dog
named Fusxie: tan colored head and
r lee* gray and black back, veiy
\ *hnrt tail. Reward for information
or r®rov«rF- Notify the Snow-W hite
* Laundry. San Benito.
EMPLOYMENT
Help Wanted
' ^INSURANCE OPPORTUNITY
I Old line Life Insurance company
t with over 350 million in forca desires
I -gveral more Valley representatives
Jstv real estate loana made through
Send for free leaflet “41
Sl,ors Why” it pays to tine up with
Address Manager Jefferson
standard Life Ina. Co., 611 East
jfgiis SU San Antonio. H-156
* Salesmen—Agents
WANTED: Five men to sell lot*. A
v,„ monev maker for good salesn-.en.
rill”?? State Bank BMg. J-2Q5
rr ANTED: Two good « 'lesmen. Ap
* fi Lanier. auditors office.
| r.ClH.u...
Situation Wanted
▼Ol'NG MAN with wide experience
” gbilitv, 30 years of age. on trip
SL North would like position en
isling him to *tay ,n lhr Val,ey‘
i ,i R L Wright, El Jardin Hotel
SUW-_i-m
business opportunity
I7T~p FLORES' blacksmith shop for j
*\ ^m*****1? and a,L J-g: '
t
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY
FOR SALE—Best equipped and best
located garage in Valley, doing good
business and making money. Reason
for selling, have other business that
requires all of mv tin e. Long lease
on building. Max Bobo.' Bobo Co.
Service Station. Harlingen. J19‘i
Tree*—Seeds—Plants
STRAWBERRY PLANTS: We pro-J
duce the very boat; quality guaran-l
teed; forty-uinth year in business.
Safe arrival guaranteed. Improved
Klondike. Missionary, Fxcel«ior
Lady Thompson; 250, SI; 500, $1.75:
1.000. $3.00; 5.000. $12.50, f. o. b
here. MASTODON, Everbearing,
have berries eight months in the
year: 25. $1-25; 50, *2.25; 100, $3.00 ;
post paid. 250. $4.50; 500. $.8.50:
1.000, $16.50, Lots of 250 up, ex
press collect. Beautiful catalogue!
in colors free, send for copy toda\
J. A. Bauer, Lock Box 38, Judsonta.
Ark. J -113
~ FINANCIAL
Mortgages—Loans
Investments
We desire to call the attention
of Valley people to investment
opportunities we have to offer,
and to inform them that FREE
INFORMATION can be obtained
relative to any securities offer
ed by us .without obligation to
buy.
We realise that much surplus
money is accumulating in tho
Valley that will be seeking in
vestment. For this reason we
have established an INVEST
MENT DEPARTMENT u> der the
management of C. C. WENTZ,
who has had active experience
in banking and in the buying
and selling of stocks, bonds and
mortgages.
We can furnish for immediate
dclivry First Vendor's Lien
Notes nnd First Mortgages on
Valley property that will net 8
Ecr cent, er S^.-'al .Mortgage
onds on Valley city property
and Preferred Stocks of Valley
corporations bearing 7 per cent.
These securities can be had in
any amounts and with maturi
ties to suit purchaser. KEEP
THE SECURITY FOR YOUR
MONEY IN YOUR OWN SAFE
TY BOX.
\Ventz Real Estate
& Loan Co.
REALTORS
515 State National Bank.
Brownsville, Texas.
J-12
LOANS
On the plan to t>uit your needs,
monthly, quarterly. semi-an
nually. Prompt service. Ample
funds. No excuses. Reasonable
expenses.
H. R. GREATHOUSE
19 Cromaek Bldg.
_J-53
LIVE STOCK—POULTRY
KOR SALE: Very fire Jersey heifer,
fre«h. O. Kroyd. El Jardin. .1-193
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REGISTERED English pointer pups,
ready for fall hunting at $16.00 each.
W. A. Ross. Derm tt . Used Or
Market, Brownsville, Tex. J-195
MISCELLANEOUS
Article* For Sale
500.000 common mud bricKs for sale.
J. S. Ford, Brownsville. 11-164
LADIES HOSE mended; runs, pulls, I
and snags. \ alley Hose Mending Co.
745 Elizabeth. 1-198
WHITE ( HRYSANTHEMUMS
for 1
ALL SAINTS DAY
$3.50 per 300
Albrecht Floral Co,
1238 E. Com. St., San Antonio, Tex.
J-201
FOR SAI.E: One or two good gentle '
Jersey milch row- On* fresh with I
first calf. Applv RiOiop's Print
Shop. J-20S
MEAT MARKET and grocery fix
tures. Select what you want; must
b® moved before the first at some
price. Liberal terms. C. O. Shel
andu, San Benito. Te>. .1-206
FOR SALE: Upright piano cheap.
Fhone Ml. J-5 >
FOR SALE—Three gasoline heaters,
almost new, $15 ea.h; galvanized one
barrel w-agon tank, $35; Remington
automatic ; hot gun. $3-r>; three- |
burner oil stove. Phone 84 7-W.
.1-199 I
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Buy or Exchange
WANTED: Used galvanized or black
iron pipe: sire 1 1-2 inch. 3-4 inch
and 1-2 inch. Telephone 129 or see :
me at Countrv Club Tourist Park.
H. E. Watkins. J-213
REAL ESTATE
Wc FecommcnH For i
Investment
II) 1 1-4 acres choice (Unis
land, concrete canel*. adjoin
ing Brownsville. Cheap. Good
terms.
(2) Choice Residence Lot in
beautiful Los F bares Addi
tion. paved streets, lights, wa
ter. sewerage, building restric
tions, the most beautiful addi
tion south of San Antonio Price
$994.90. l'> per rent rtsh.
(3) 16 acre- Irrigated lend in
LI Jardin near Brownsville, all
in cultivation on designated
paved road, a real bargain.
Price $100.00 per acre, good
terms.
(41 Beautiful citrus orchard.
cheap, 1-2 cash, balance easy.
James-Dickinson
Company
19 Years in the Valle?
Comer Travelers Hoiel
Srownsv ill®
J-12S
REAL ESTATE
I'or Sale or Trade
One five room house near
South Ward School. Attract
ive price.
One two story frame build
in?. four apartments com
plete. No. 613 North B. St.
( an be converted into room
ing house.
One six room modern house
on one of best paved streets
in La Peria.
Twantv acres planted in two
\car old trees on highway
being paved near Mercedes.
Fine opportunity for man
who wants a young orch ird.
N. S. Liddell
Harlingen, Texas
'13 N. B St. Phone 470-R
J-211
Farms For Sale
H4t ACRES of eastern Oregon gras
ps land, completely fenced. 3-room
house; springs; shade, etc. Located
in the heart oi eastern Oregon free
cold district. Splendid placer project.
Clear; will trade Valley clear. What
have you 7 R. E. Davis, Box 302.
McAHen, Texas. J-199
LAND BARGAINS—152 acraa—235
acret—Donna district, cultivated.
Nothing better. Priced low. Wire,
write or call—C. H. Swallow. Alamo,
Texas. Y-235
FOR SALE—At Mission, Texas.
"Home of the Grapefruit,” corner
Lomita Boulevard and 2 mile line,
exactly 1 1-2 miles north of city
limits. Contract let to pave Lomita
boulevard, work starting immediately.
20 acres high class sandly loam.
Improvements house, garage, barn,
tenant house, large cistern, insured
$1,700.
9 acres citrus fruit planted so can
subdivide if desired into eight 2 1-2
acre tracts with 1 acre trees at rear.
Each acre containing 6 varieties
fruit. Ideal for small homes.
Cheap at $1,000 per acre, but if can
sell right now will accept $10,000—
half cash, balance liberal terms.
E. V. Sprowl, owner, Mission, Texas.
_ J-135
Houses For Sale
Every feature that makes for
comfort and attractiveness is in
this 5-room brick veneer bunga
low; large living room, fire
place, bookcase, “silver oak’*
dining room. Two elegant cham
bers, handy kitchen, tile bath,
screened porch; choice lot,
close to schooL Terms.
D. L. WELCH
Phone 470. Cromack Bldg.
FOR SALE: New five-room house
with bath and all modern convcnicn
ccs. Garage; on paved street, with
paving paid. Now renting for $36
per month. Small down payment,
balance like rent, or will trade for
lots in good location. Phone 955-J,
or call at 1330 West Washington
Brownsville.
8250.00 CASH, balance like rent,
buys new five room all modern brick
bungalow; large lot, restricted resi
dential section. Pay rent to your
self. Foster-Moothart Co., Realtors.
Cromack Bldg., Thone 470. J-122
SACRIFICE: Four more * -autiful
homes in Victoria Heights. 5 rooms
and bath; automatic water heaters;
textone finish. On paved street.
Prices $3,500 to ?1,5*W. Small pay
ment down, balance like rent. Mrs.
Florence Stafford, owner, 1717 Grant
street. Victoria Heights. Fhonr
943-J. J-109
SACRIFICE
West Brownsville—8-room modern
two-*tory stucco home; only been
hutlt t years; beautiful shrubbery,
terraced let; cash or terms. Apply
M. T. Kaplan, Kaplan's Store,
Brownsville. J-33
Sec what a few $'s will do when
$500.00 cash buys new 5-rqont
home. All modern conveniences.
Garage and concrete drive. Nest
school on graveled street.
D. L. WELCH
Phone 470. Cromack Bldg
Lots For Sale
FOR SALE
Two lots in Edinburg; three lots
in San Benito; 83 lots in Browns
ville; seven lots outside Browns
ville city limits; twenty per cent
cash, balance in one. two. three and
four rears; or monthly payments
if preferred. B. E. Hinkley, Bro n •
ville. H-S0
Wanted—Real Estate
Wanted to buy for cash
all kind of live stock
for ranch near Browns
ville. Phone 51.
RENTALS
Apartments
APARTMENT newly finished. Gar
age. 1133 West Levee. Telephone
81 $J. 1-263
MUNCEY APARTMENTS on St
Charles St. two lower apartments
completely furnished; on paved
street and near school; garage. $4.i
month. l-29'i
ROOMS and apartments. 701 Hu
Charles TaL 1017._ C7l
TWO MODERN light housekeeping
rooms. CIoso in. Kaesonahle. Ga
rage. Phone 1013-J. J-97
3 ROOM APARTMENT, newly fur
nished. w-ith ga* and garage. On
laving. *r,v inquire to: Adams.
J-207
TWO-ROOM apartment; sleeping
roe i furnished. Thonc 320. 1413
Adams SL J-198
bOR RENT—Three room furnished
anvtment; gas, hot and cold water,
garage. Phone 7J5. • J-200
UNFURNISHED DUPLEX. Phone
851. _ Y-3
ALONSO APARTMENTS, furntshed
Phene 839. J-98
ONE APARTMENT, two rooms, for
gentlemen. 809 Elisabeth. J-137
RENTALS
Apartments
TWO-ROOM and four-room South
apartment; with gas; on pavement.
Telephone 946-W. J-31
FOR SENT: Well furnished house
keeping apartment. Close in. Phone
189.J-63
FOR RENT: Four-room apartment,
furnished or unfurnished, with bath,
gas. and lights. Also a tvo-room
apartment with bath and lights.
Phone 90. or call at 247 Tenth and
St. Charles streets. 1-244
NEBRASKA APARTMENTS - Fur
nished. every convenience, frigtdaire,
end gas ranges. Jeffeiroi. and Four
teenth Streets. Phone 11.4. W-42
TWO-ROOM private apartment.
Modern; gas; close in. Phone 874W.
I J-192
WANTED: Bedroom and small kit
chen. Address J-191. care Herald.
.1-191
Furnished Rooms
ROOMS and apartments. Close in.
600 Washington. J-27
BEDROOM, 13.00 a week. Thom:
995-J.1-61
FURNISHED room and garage; in
private family. 412 Levee street.
Phone 578.1-220
FOR RENT: Bedroom in private !
family. Three blocks from post of
fice. Reasonable rates. Inquire 804
Levee. Thone 1109-W. J-180,
-. - —
FURNISHED rooms. 932 Levee.
J-201
FOR RENT—One nice sleeping room
in private family. 904 Adams Street.
FOR RENT—Downstairs bedroom in
modern home, to one or two gentle
men. Garage if desired. Phone
416-W. J-203
ROOMS AND APARTMENTS, neu
sonable rates. Glenwood Hotel. 933
Washington St., Phone 619. 1-240
RENTALS
Houses
FURNISHED COTTAGES, private
bath, gas, garage; by day, week or
month. Palm Courts. Phone 657.
___ H-202.
5-ROOM HOUSE and garage. All
modern conveniences. Call 940-W.
!___J-17S
_RENTALS
FOR RENT; 6 room furnished
npartment and garage.$15.00
4 room furnished apartment
end garage ..$R0.00
4 room unfurnished apartment
over garage ..$25.00
3 room furnished apartment
and garage ..$45.00
3 room furnished apartment
fno garage) .$40.0(1
3 room cottage and garage_$15.00
4 room cottage (no garage)
very close in ....$25.00
2 single bedrooms, beautifully
furnished, each .$25.0ti
Large two story house. 2 baths,
splendid location for rooming
or board house .$70.00
5 rooms and bath unfurnished,
over Fernandes building. Adams
and 11th streets. Newly re
modeled ..$45.00
2-FnOR) CRICK building on Filisa
beth street. Lower floor leased for
five years. 4 apartments upstairs.
Rental on entire building. $290
monthly. Has 100 foot frontage.
Will he sold for $26,250.
10 ROOM DUPLEX, double garage,
built-in feature*, gas appliances,
shade trees and high lot. One
block from graded school; rents for
$57.10; monthly payments $40-50;
can be bought for $5,500.00. Re
quires only $.VM).fto down.
THRF.E LOTS West Jefferson street,
ideal location, southeast front; two
blocks from pavement. All three for
S'J.nOO. Small dowa pa n | lb and
balance easy terms.
Roy C. Seth man Co.
(INC.)
Opposite El Jardin Hotel
1117 Levee St. Phone 1166
J-lfiO
| Cameron Courts
28TH DISTRICT COURT
A. W. Cunningham Judge
Suits filed.
No new cast’?.
• • *
103RD DISTRICT COURT
A. M. Kent, Judge
Cameron County Water Control
and Improvement District No. 5 vs.
Nelson Loan company, west 30 acres
and the east 10 acres, block 88, share
32 Kspiritu Santo grant El Jardm
subdivision. Suit for delinquent
taxes.
O. E. Stuart vs. J. G. Moon, north
40 acres of block 25, Carnu tract.!
Injunction.
• • •
COUNTY COURT
O. C. Dancy, Judge
Suits filed:
In the matter of the estate of
Louis C. Meyer, deceased.
In the matter of estate of Augusta
Florence Meyer. decen«ed.
• • •
COURT COUORT AT LAW
John Kleiber, Judge
Court action:
G. W. W ilkerson v». Forest Dun
lap. Rests on motion of defendant
for cOt. 31, at 9 A'clock a. m., 1928.
Herren Realty Co. vs. O. M. Keller.
Continuance set aside and cause
rests for Friday, Nov. 9, 1928.
of the last democrat to sit in the
P. B. Jones ft at » . J- M- Mathews
et al. Set for Tuesday, Oct. 30, 1928
T. J. Davies vs. C. B. Guerra et
RENTALS
. ._ .
FOR RENT
5-room house on paving.$40.00
5-room housa on paving.$30.00
5- room house, pood location .. $35.00
6- room house. West B’ville ... $50.00
5-room farm house . $15.00
3-rooms, furnished, sleeping
porch . $25.00
SOUTHERN REALTY CO.
Thones 914 and 981-W
I J-120
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Classified Business Directory
Architects
E. G. HOLLIDAY
Architect and Bolder
409 State Nat. Rank Bldg.
Phone 906
R. NEWELL WATERS
Architect
9-12 Security State Bank Building
Weslaco. Texas

Builders—Contractors
G. E. Miller
TILE DRAINAGE
CONTRACTOR AND ENGINEER
P. O. Address R- F. D. No. 1.
San Benito
Telephone 6005 F 12 H-59
! ---
PROCTER & DUDLEY
General Contractors
528 Washington St.
Brownsville, Texas
Phone 627
BEN V. PROCTER
ENGINEERING CO.
Architects — Engineers
208 Merchants Bank. Bldg,
l’kone 617
Brownsville. Texas.
FERGUSON & STONE
Contractors
I.et us utiild on that vacant lot
for you on easy monthly pay
ments. or build and sell for
you. 900 St. Charles, Phone
907-J.
BATTE R Y~SER VICE
SADLER’S BATTERY
SERVICE
Battery and Electrical
Repairing. All work
Guaranteed.
531—13th St., Phone 382
Carpets—Rugs Cleaned
HARLINGEN RUG ANii CARPET
CLEANERS
Thone 68; Box 118
Harlingen, Texas
Cash Registers
! NATIONAL CASH REGISTER CO..
Registers bought, sold and exchanged.
W. E. Sanders Representative.
Phone 20 Harlingen Texaa Box 006
Dray—T ransfer
Mason Transfer &
Grain Co.
L'g: ' an<l *»avy Hauling
WE MOVE ANYTHING
1106 Adams Phona 139
Florists
CUT FLOWERS—Bouquets and fun
eral designs our specialty. Ferns,
bloomm? plants, ornamental* Out of
town orders solicited. Ssn Benito
Nursery ard Floral Co„ Ssn Bsnito
Taxes A-f
BOWYER THE FLORIST, flowers
and funeral designs. St. Charles
and Pita streets. Phone 771.
Electrical
GENERAL ELECTRIC
REFRIGERATORS
Vacuum Cleaners, Thor Washer
and Froner. Stoves, Fixtures and
Appliances.
J. P. PUTEGNAT
1032 Leve* St. Phone 1313.
J-841
Furniture Repairing
FURNITURE
repaired, refinished, upholstered.
Phone 1017
J. VAN HEEST
12th and Monroe Sis. H-65
Funeral Director*
Hinkley Mortuary
Complete Funeral Service
Phones 123—300
St. Charles and Eleventh
Street
HOTELS—CAFES
WHITE KITCHEN
Famous for its
Cooking—Immaculacy
and Service
Tha popular placa for
business lunches
12tb between Elizabeth and
Washington
HOLLINGSWORTH HOTEL opposite
the Southern Pacific depot, modern
conveniences, meals served family
style, rates reasonable. Phone 1037J
H-148
Insurance
W. B. CLINT
INSURANCE
SURETY BONDS
208-9 Merchants National
Bank
PHOfNE 6
COMPLETE
Insurance Service
Monthly and term loans
Foster, Moothart and
Welch
Cromsck Bldg. Phone 470
^_ J-42
Mattress Renovating
Let Us Renovate
Your Mattress
We make mattresses to order. All
repair work guaranteed.
SOMMERS
12th and Adams
Phone 674
OFFICE EQUIPMENT
ART METAL
FILING
Equipment
Maverick-Clarke Litho Co.
208 Merchants National Bank
Phone 617—Brownsville

Office Equipment and Supplies
HARGROVE’S STATIONERY &
BOOK STORE
Brownsville, Texas.
Ride the
POINT ISABEL Bl'9 LINE
You Arc Insured
Lea.es Brownsville
Black Diamond Boa Station
8:08 — 12:00 — 4:00
Leaves Point Isabel
10:00 — 2:00 — 6:00
Try a Herald Classified Ad
Typewritcrt
DAVENPORT Typewriter Exchange.
(Brownsville’s Typewriter House»
Sole Vallwy distributors new “Si
lent" 8 L. C. Smith end late Corons
L Save 40 per cent on Underwood
and Royal typewriters by buying
facie ry “rebuilts" from us- Fully
p.usranteed. We repair nil makes
1112 Elizabeth St., Phone 1106.
UNDERWOOD PORTABLES
Standard Keyboard
In Col rent
UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER CO.
Moore Hotel Harlingen
WOODSTOCK TYPEWRITER
SALES CO.
Typewriters—Adding Machines
Supplies — Repairs
Phone 606—Harlingen 2-12
PROFESSIONAL
Attorneys
YTURK1A AND dORNADAY
Fau&to Y'turria Polk Hornaday
Attorneys at Law
Maltbv Bldg.
Brownsville. Texas
N. G. COFER
Attorney at Law
Room 6 and 7. tyaltby did*
Brownsville. Texan
M
JOHN A. JONES
Attorney at Law
<102 State National Bank Bldg
Brownsville. Texas
Davenport, W>*t and Ransom*
Attorneys at Law
307-308 Merchants National Bank
Brownsville. Texas
H B. GALBRAITH
Attorney at Law
Merchants National Bank Bide.
Brownsville. Texas.
J. T. Canales C. R. Kidman Jt
CANALES AND II DM AN
Attorneys at Law
Real Estate a Specialty
303 Merchants National Bm*
Brownsville Texas
R. L. YATES
Attorney at Law
State National Bai.k Bldg.
Brownsville Texas
Chiropodist
FOOT SPECIALIST
Dr. F. Hilhnger on highway between
San Benito and Harlingen. All foot
troubles treated. D-163
Chiropractor
M. Cook, D. G
CHIKOPRACT^r
State National Bank Bldg
Brownsville Texas
J Room <06 Phone 703
|
Murray &* Murray
Palmer Graduate
Chiropractors
10 year* Offices
in in
Brownsville Cameron Hotel
REAL ESTATE
E. A. MO NS EES
Realtor
Specializing in Largs a d
Small Tracts
and City Property
Oier Olympia Confectionary
Brownsville. Tex. Phone 84.
ToUTHLRN REALTY COMPANY
Geo. F. Damns, Mgr.
Room 4. McCrory Bldg.
Brownsville. Phones P14 and 981-W
Tea Rooms
Althea Tea Garden
Nelle B. Whitehead. Prop.
Catering to Bridge oartie*.
lucebeons and dinner* Plate
luncheons fiftv cents
640 Elizabeth St. Phone Job
al. Verdict of jury for IS for plain
tiff.
Commercial Motor Sale* Co. v*. W
E. Good. Judgment for defendant.
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Marriage Licenses
Teofilo Martinet and Marina
Flores.
Atcjondro Garza and Cecilia Bar
reda.
Guillermo Rios and Ofelia Flores.
Ataulfo Guerrero and Ro;a Gal
van.
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Real Estate Transfer*
Furnished by Valley Attract Co.)
H. L. Faulk to . A. Slater, lots 21.
28. 27 and the east half of lot 22.
32 and west half of 18. Palo ALo
subdivision, 110, and other consider
ation.
J. C. Bennett and Clara Bennett
to L. E. Merry man, 2 2 7 acres out of
share 15, Espiritu Santo grant. *681.
Nelson Loan company to Cameron
County Mater Control and Improve
ment District No. 6, east half of
block 89. containing 26 acres El Jar
din subdivision, part of share 32 E*
pintu Santo grant, $2.'*00.
C. F. Thomas to Cameron County
Mater Control and Improvement
District No. 5, west half of block K9,
containing 20 acres El Jardin sub
division, part of share 32. Espiritu
Santo grant, $2,000.
Los Kbsnos Estates Inc., to Sterling
Davis, lot 15, block 10, Los Ehanos
an addition to city of Brownsville.
$1,435.
Los Ehanos Estates Inc. to Sterling
Davis, lot 5, block II, Los Ehanos,
an addition to city of Brownsville, I
$1,386.
R. A. & Dessie O. Wolridge to !
M. C. A; May Lee Mixon, lot 10, block
11. townsite of Rio Hondo, $10, etc.
Fort Isabel Company to J. II. Urod
hagen, lot 10-A, block 47, city of Fort
Isabel. $1,750.
Stanford Owen* to Charles R. M or
rail, west one-half of lot 15. subdi
vision of Mansur Tract No. 37. par
tition share 19, of Espiritu 'Santo
grant. $2,000.
B. E. Dittniar Comoeny to F. L.
Flynn and B. M Holland, let 12,
block 22, city of Brownsville, *10, etc.
• • •
Jose del Cueto to M'. A. Jones, lot
308 Colonia Victoria addition to city
of Brownsville, $10, etc.
G. W. Clark et al to J. L. Palmer,
south 50 feet off of the south end
of lot 4 in block 3, Heywood addi
tion. town of San Benito, $10. etc.
J. T. Kendrick et at to Hugh Ram
sey. lot 9, block 119. original town
site of Harlingen. Texas., $10. etc.
W'n>. F. Hojak et al to J. J. Hollub,
undivided half interest in and to
lots 4 and 5. in block 72.2 original
townsite of Harlingen. *860.76.
W. R. Kiekel et al to H. T. Ram
vey. lots 11 and 122. in block 4. La
Quinta addition to city of Harlingen.
$10, etc.
J. R. M'ilcoxon to II. T. Ramsey,
lots 4. 5. 6. 7 and 8, in block 58. orig
inal townsite of Santa Rosa, Texas,
$10, etc.
S. B. Izard et al to W. E. Intyre,
all farm block 14, John A. Hill sub
division, C. de C. Grant, containing
23.7 acres of land. $3,500.
Charles P. Dunlap ct al to J. M.
Paine, east hal fof block 33, con
taining 11.96 acres Pomelo subdi
vision. $4,500.
V. S. Wisner et al to Delta Irri
gated Farm* Co., north 15 acres of
south 20 acres of block 241 San Be
ito Irrigation Co. subdivision,-$10,
etc.
Delta Irrigated Farms Co. to H. t\
Harding, north 1 acres of south 20
acres of block 241. San Benito Irri
gation Co. subdivision 5 acre* out of
blocks 28 and 241, San Benito Irri
gation Co.’s subdivision, $10, etc.
Nick Parenti et al to Al Parker
Securities ( o.. north 10.14 acre* of
block 38, Hooks & Hodges subdi
vision No. 1. $10, etc.
Sam Schurter et al to Mr*. P. A.
Ca?«el, five acres, being the north
half of block '6. . Z. RisHod subdi
vision of the Rice & Taylor lands,
| $750.
E. D. Cable et al to J. T. Cawley,
j lot 24. in block 25. townsite of La
Feria. $10. etc.
A. G- Purdy et al to U. C. Am
brose et al. north 10 acres of south
20 acre- of block 45, Briggs 4 Cole
man subdivision, survey 271, $5,000.
Arthur Pitt to Jesse Dennett, lot 4
in block 90, city of Brownsville,
I $2,500.
Jose G. Diaz to Jesse Dennett, lot
12, in block It and lot 4 in block 4i
Summit Place addition to city of
Brownsville. $10, etc.
Je**e Dennett to Mrs. C. flennett,
lot 4 in block 90, city of Browns
ville. $2,010.
Hidctgu County
J. L. McDaniel, ct ux to Olive Cole
! lat 14. block 27. Donna, $3,000.
Henry Rocap to George and Alice
Cousino. part of lot 13, block 65.
Alamo tract, $10. etc.
Henry Heineinan. ct ux to E. A.
Bright, lot 11. block 123, Edinburg,
'lot 11, block 1*3, Edinburg, 60<V
Miry E. Gibbon, et vir to B. S ,
Graham. !o tl, 7, 8. 9, block 31, Wes
laco, *10, etc.
Henry Rocap to Geo. ( ousino, c! |
ux 5 acres of lot 16. Mock 66. Alamo
tract, $10. etc.
J. J. Gibson. et ux to B S. Graham. !
one-half interest in lot 16. hlock 58. 1
Weslaco, *25,000.
Angela V. Schunion, et vir to
Conon T. Wood. 200 aerrs out of por- I
lion 78, $10.
Carlos Ruiz, et u- to Santiago Vi
tela, lot 4. Mock 155. Ed-nburg. $10.
J .J. Gibson, et vir to R. S. Graham.'
north one-half of lot 1*. block 1*.
; block 53. Elsa. *25.000.
J. J. Gibson to B. s. Graham, east
26 acres of farm tract 781, West
Tract. $25,000.
O'cat Seibert to Olivia Ahrego. lot
P and P16, block. Mercedes, $100.
G. Pengilly. et ux to Jose Sal in* ,
lot 0 and 0,’ 15, block 65, Mercedci.
$125.
Nellie Jennings to Grover C. Jen
nings. west 5 acres of cast 12.57 acres
farm block 121. 1 T. 1., $1n. •!
G. Pengilly, et u> to W. A. Hard
int. lot 15, block 7. containing 19
acres. Mo. Tex, $10, etc.
G. Pengilly. et ux to W. A. Hard
ing. lot 15. block 7. containing 48
acres. Mo. Tex, $10, etc,
Grover C. Jennings to Ed Brown,
5 acres of farm block 124, L. T. I.,
$18 etc.
G. Pengilly, et. ux to W. A. Hard
>ne. lot 16, block 9. Mo. Tex, $10, etc.
Harpy L. Stebbins, et al to Geo.
Hssnauer. 6.86 acres out of farm
tract 671. Wfst Tract. $10, etc.
Nellie Jennings, to Grover C. Jen
nings. 5 acres of farm block 121.
L. T. J . *2010.
G. Pengilly, to W. A Harding. !«t
9. block 1, containing 13.57 acres.
Mo. Tex. *10. etc.
Grover C. Jennings to Joseph < .
Steiner .et ux. 5 acre of farm block
121. L. T. |„ $1010.
Bert Rawlings, et ux to Federico
Guerra, et a!, lot 1°. 11. block 3,
Ex Pvloma addition, McAllen. *4V5
J C. Engleman, Jr., to Eucy T.
Wither*, south 5 acre* of lot 10.
block 76, Mo. Tex, $261°.
Mestena* Water Go., to J. C. Lngcl
min. Jr., south 5 acre* of lot 16
Mock 75. Mo. Tex. $10. etc.
.1. r, Engetniro, Jr., to fhorW A
Daugherty. 5.45 acres of block 87
Mo. Tex. *3876.60.
J. R. Baldwin to Mamie Baldwin.
h 10 acres of lot 364, John H.
Sharjr subdivision, $1, «tc.
Mrs. M. M. Barger, to Julius John
son, 22.06 acres out of lot 74, portion
61*. HO. etc.
J- R. Baldwin to Mamie Baldwin.
south one-half of south one-half of
block 11, Val Verde Tract, *10.
Mary Odelli Baxter et al to Geo.
Brooks, lot 76, 76, Homeville asso
ciation, *1, etc.
J. R. Baldwin to Mamio Baldwin,
south 13.1* acres of lot 365, John H.
t'hary subdivision. *10, etc.
N. D. Cruitchfield et ux to W. A.
Harding, lot 6, block 13. containing
40 acres. Mo. Tex, *10. etc.
HIGH courts
Supreme Court
AUSTIN, Tex.. Oct. 25.—The fol
lowing proceedings were had in the
supreme court Wednesday:
Applications for writs of error
granted; Employers Casualty Co. vs
City of W olfe City et al, from Hunt
county; T. A. Bradshaw vs. City of
Wolfe City et al, from Hunt; Inter
state Forwarding t o. vs. R. A. Vine
yard. tax a»-.fM<or, from Dallas; J. E.
Brousard ct al v*. L;ke Oil Co. et al.
from Jetferyon; Lillian rounds et al
vs. William Winter et al. from Hop
kins; « amcoron County vs. George W.
We^t, executor, from Cameron;
George W. W'est, executor, vs. Cam
eron county, from Cameron; Pe
troleum Casualty Co. vs. A. Seale
ct al, from Harri.>; Williamson Coun
ty vs. Travis County, from Burnet;
Maddox Motor Co. vs. Ford Motor
< o„ from « amp; Mrs. Mary Compton
et al vs. Mrs. Margaret Dannenbauer,
from Fannin.
Application for writs of error re
fused; the Union Terminal < o. vs
Gertrude W. Stile* et al. from Dallas;
H. T. and V. E. Shipman vs. G. G.
Wright. Receiver, from Dallas; C. 5.
Preston. Executor, et al vs. Anderson
County Levee Listrict No. 2, from An
derson; B. N. Cocke vs. Magnolia Pe
troleum Co., from Liberty; R. C.
Stuard et ux vs. T. P. Coal A Oil
Co., from Ea-laml; Stanton Brunson,
by next friend, vs. Chas Donald, from
Eastland; Janies Shaw, Banking Com
missioner. Vs. Lamar County, from
Lamar; B. A. W'inter et al vs. J. B.
Davis, from Deaf Smith.
Applications dismissed for want of
jurisdiction: M"lman Taylor va. C. H.
Jenkins, from Brown; A. C. Weyman
vs. Mauldin Drilling Co., from Na
varro; M. P. Wolf vs. Fulton Iron
Works Co., from Dallas: Thos. P.
Rive« v*. Gay R. James, from Hidal
go; W. A. and Essie W'atson vs. G.
H. 4- S. A. Railway Co., from Har
his; J. Dixie Smith vs. Houston Pres*
Co., from Harris; John L. Gay vs.
City of Fort Worth, from Tarrant: J.
F. Bailey vs. Giant Tire A Rubber
Co., front McLennan; J. G. Dunlap et
al vs. E. E. Crow, Guardian, from
Johnson; National Life A Accident
Insurance Co. vs. Celya Valdet. from
Guadalupe: Robert Linn vs. John R.
Griffin, from Lubbock; John R.
Griffin vs. Hansford Berry «t al,
from Tarrsnt.
Ten days additional time allowed
in which to file bond: Johnson Hig
gins et al vs. Bankers Mortgage Co.,
from Bratoria.
Motion to advance motion to dis
miss overruled: D. P. English vs.
C. F. Underwood et al, from Mid
land.
Motion for rehearing of causa
granted: Minnie E. Burckhalter et al
vs. L. A. Conyer et al, from Dallas.
Motion for custody of minor, etc.,
overruled: Minnie E. Burckhalter et
al vs. L. A. Conyer et at, from Dal
las.
The folowing cases mere decided
today by the supreme eourt on re
ports of appeals: Judgment dismiss
ing writ of error set aside, judgment
of rourt of civil appeals reversed and
that of district court affirmed, on
motion for rehearing granted: Minis
E. Burckhalter et al vs. L. A. Conyer
et al from Dallas.
Judgments affirmed: City of Beau,
mont v*. John Dougherty, from Jef
fer«en.
FOURTH COURT OF APPEALS
Proceedings of the Fourth Court of
Civil Appeals:
Causes decided:
Charles E. Tips vs Roy Barnebarg,
from Guadalupe, affirmed in accord
ance with original opinion.
Alamo Auction Company vs. R. R.
Lawson, et al. from Bexar affirmed.
Victor A. Seovill vs. Floy Scovill,
from Bexar, affirmed.
J. D. Freeman, et al vs. John Young,
from Bexar, affirmed in part, re
versed and rendered in part.
Southern Equipment Company vs.
Hillman Electric Company, et al.
from Cameron, reversed and re
manded.
C. H. Austin vs. Citireni Bank of
Roper«ville. Tennessee, from Jim
Wells, affirmed.
Motions passed on:
Ed C. Couch, et al vs. Cam E. Hill,
countv clerk, et al, from Hidalgo,
appellants’ motion for rehearing,
overruled.
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