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4 - aiTordinance Ab Ordinance levying and providing jot the assessment* and collec •3°« of taxes for th# city of Texes, for th# year 1928; for the purpose of defray ing th* current expen es of said city, and improving, erecting and constructing public building*, ma ter works, electric lights, streets, sewers and other improvements arithin said city, paying off city ! warrants and interest thereon and j Paying the Interest on outstanding bonds, creatin': A sinking fund for | the payment of said bonds and j providing for a six per cert inter-! ast rate per annum ard a penalty j of ten per cent on all delinquent i taxes. —— BE IT ORDAINED by the City of ! Brownsville: That on each and e ery one hun-j dead (100.00) dollars assessed valna- j tion in lawful money of the United j Mates of Amerira, assessed In the ! manner prescribed by the law* of i this state, and tho .rdinanre* of this] city, there Is hereby levied, and i there shall be nssci-cd and collect ed. for the year 1028. on all prop- ! erty. real, personal and mixed, situ ated in the city of Brownsville, county of Cameron, state of Texa*. j ard all property sent out of the said i city of Brown«vilte on the 1st day of January, 1928. for t! e purpose of | evading taxation thereon and after wards returned to said city, except *o much thereof as shall he ex pressly exempt from taxation by the j constitution and laws of the state I of Texas, and the ordinances of the j city of Brownsville, the following | tax, to-wit: (1) For the purpose of defraying! the current expenses of the city of Brownsville, Texas, for the y»ar 1929, th* su mof twerty-five f.f,vi f centd on each one hundred ($100 001 dollars assessed valuation. (2) For the purpose of paying the j principal and interest on all out standing funding w arrant*, sewer warrants, special road warrant* and *11 other warrants and bond* that may become due and payable during ] the year 1929. th* following amounts for the several purpose* shown, to-| wit: Funding warrants of 1918, .0268 en earh $100.00 assessed valuation: Funding warrants of J919. .0108 on each $100.00 assesed valuation. Funding warrants of 1921. .0608 on each $100.00 assessed valuation; Funding warrants of 1927. .0520 on each $100.00 assessed valuation; Street Improvement warrant*. Series A, 1924. .0222 on each $100.00 assessed valuation: Street Improvement warrants. Ser fs* B. 1024, .0178 on each $100.00 as sessed valuation. Street improvement warrant*, Ser ies C, 1024, .0178 en each $100.00 assessed valuation; Street Improvement warrants. Ser iea E. 1925. .0111 on each $100.00 as sessed valuation; Street improvement warrants, Ser ies F. 1925, .0178 on each $100.00 as sessed valuation; Street improvemert warrants. Ser ies F-2. 1925. 00.15 on each $100.00 assessed valuation; Water and light improvement war rant # of 1928. .0558 on each $100.00 assesed valuation; Fir# station warrants of 1928, .0143 on each $100.00 assessed valu ation; Permanent improvement warrant? «.f 1928. .0746 on each $100.00 assess ed valuation; Street improvement warrant* of 1926, .0108 on each $100.00 assessed valuation. t3) kor the purpose of paying l’1* interest to accrue during the year 1928 on th* outstanding bond* oi said city of Brownsville, and creat ing a sinking fund for the payment of said bonds at maturity, the fol lowing amounts, to-wit: Electric light bonds of 1907, .004/ on each $100.00 assessed valuation, Water worka bonds of 1907, .0287 Aon each $100.00 assessed valuation; Electric light bond* of 1910, .00/0 on each $100 00 assessed valuation. Water work* bonds of 1910, .0070 on eich $100.00 assessed valuation; Eleetrie light bonds of 1911. 0t)70 en each $100.00 assessed valuation; Water works bonds of 1911. .0106 on each $100.00 assessed valuation; Street paving bonds of 1911, .0384 on each $100.00 assessed valuation; Market and City llall bond* of 1911, .0056 on each flOO.OO assess-| ed valuation; Water and light bonds of 1918. : .0516 on each $100 00 assessed valua tion; ‘ Street paving bond* of 1918, .0412 on each flOO.OO assessed valuation; Storm and sanitary sewer bond* of 1918, .0367 on each $100.00 as- j reared valuation; Abattoir bonds of 1918, 0170 on j each $100.00 assessed valuation; Street paving bonds of 1922, .0418 on each $100 00 assessed valuation; Sewer plant bonds of 1922. -0028 on each $100.00 assessed valuation; Street improvement bond* of 1926. .1408 on each f 100.00 assessed valua-1 tion; Sewer bonds "f 1926, .«468 on each $100.00 assessed valuation; Water ard light bond* of '.923. j .0168 on each flOO.OO awes*H valuation; Park warrants of 1927, .1378 on each flOO.OO assessed valuation; Treasury warrant* of 1927. .0826 on each $100.00 a-sessed valuation; Park bonds of 1928. .0447 on each flOO.OO assesed valuation; 1I„ That of th* land heretofore r included within tho city, which b*s since been by ordinance duly ex cluded ard eliminated from the city, there remain* dtie and payable the interest and sinking fund of Ihe above named and listed bond issue* *nd warrant* from and after the vear 1967 to tho year 1927. wh*rh said land* shall nay their pro rata of th# interest ard sirk’ng fund on all of the above and foregoing is sue* from and after the date of the same to the year of exclusion of -aid lands- Band* excluded in the year 191$. being a pro rata amount tog to thirteen (.131 cents on each one hundred ($100 001 dollar* a*« •essed valuation; tho«o excluded in the rear 1920. being thirty-four fjtl) cents en earh one hundred (fion.on* dollars assessed valuation; and those excluded in the year 1921. being f. ) oenta on each on# hundred ifiop.ooi dollar* assessed valuation. tIT That all of th* said tare* herehv levied, and wh'ch shall be e««r**e 1 and col'ect*d ■■ fore* aid. *ha11 Ho paid In lawful money of th* United States of America. IV. That all taxes hereby levied, and which shall H* n**e*«rd and rol Ifcted under e"d by virtue of thi* ordinance, shall h-come dn* and nayaMe on the 15th da'- of*T>tr*r' her, 1928, and one half of same shall he paid on or before the 31st day of January 1929. ard the remaining one-half of the same shall he nsid on „T t.ofnr* the d v of Jtjlv 1379. provide*' 4-o~ *\er, the* in *h« event »♦ least hrlf of said t»xe t are not oeid on or before the 81st day of January. 1929- * penalty of ten (IHfc) per cent shall atcroa on •fl rYjjjfc M * -''•$£? V .• •• \ LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT tho antir* amount of all taxes lav led hereunder which are not paid in tha manner and proportions a» aforesaid, and all such taxes which aro not paid on or before the 31st day of January. 1929, shall bear in terest at the rata of fix per cent pec annum from and after the 1st day of January. 1989. Provided fur ther, that in the event tba second one-half of . any taxes is not paid on or before the 31st day of July, 1929. there shall then accrue a pen alty of ten per cent of the amount so becoming delinquent and the said taxes shall draw interest at the rate of six per cent per annum from the 1st day of January, 1929. until paid, all of which penalty and interest, if any, shall bo paid when tho taxes upon which the same shall have ac crued are paid. V, That the Tax Assessor of the city of Brownsville shall assess and the Tax Collector of said city shall collect all taxes levied and assess ed by this ordinance, together with all penalties and interest which shall accrue thereon, under and by virtue thereof. VL That all ordinances and parts of ordinances in any inanrer in con flict with this ordinance are hereby ivpealed. Finally passed and approved, this the 7th day of December, A. I). 1928. A. B. COLE, Mayor, ( ity of Brownsville, Texas. Attest: A. E. MONDAY. Secretary. City of Brownsville. Texas. 12-ll-lR-2t-S2t9 SHERIFF? SALE THE STATE OF TEXAS ) COl'NTY OF CAMERON ) Notice is hereby given that by vir tue of a certain execution issued out of the honorable district court of Cameron county, 103rd judicial district, on the 10th day of Der«m ber, 1928, by Jno. P. Scanlan. clerk of said court, for the sum of five hundred thirty-nine ' and 91-100 (8539.91) dollars and cost* of suit, under a judgment in favor of Wills J. Carter, in a certain cause In «aid court. No. 7850 and styled: Will'- J. Carter v-s. Wm. K. Steffens and Mrs. M. G. Steffen.-: placed in my hands for service. I. John Martin, as con stable of Cameron county. Texas. Precinct No. 2. did on the 10th day of December, 1928. levy on certain real estate, situated in Cameron county, Texas, described as follows, to-wit: All that certain north 19.585 acres out of block 192, Minnesota-Texas Ijind ard Irrigation company's sub division, out of tho La Feria grant, in lameron county, Texas, which property has since been subdivided and is .a part of the Santa Rosa townsite as surveyed and platted and as row appears on tho official map and plat thereof, recorded in the map and plat records of Cameron county, Texas, and is so shown on said map as all of blocks Nos. 36, 37, 42 and 43 of the said Santa Roea townsite, and levied upon as the property of Mr*. M. G. Steffens, and that on tho first Tuesday in Janu ary, 1929, tho same being tho 1st day of said month, at the court house door of Cameron county, in the city of Brownsville, Texas, be tween the hours of in a. m. and 4 p. m.. by virtue of said levy and said execution, I will sell raid above de scribed real estate at public vendue, for cash to the highest bidder, ns the property of said Mrs. M. G. Steffens. And in compliarce with law, 1 give this notice by publication, in the English language, once a week for three consecutive weeks immediate ly preceding said day of sale, in The Brownsville Herald, a newspaper published in Cameron county. Witnesg my hand, this 10th day of December, 1928. JOHN MARTIN. Constable Precinct No. 2, Cameron County. Texas. 12-U-18-25-3t-82,V> SHERIFFS SALE THE STATE OF TEXAS > COUNTY OF CAMERON ) Notice is hereby given that by virtue of certain Order of Salt is sued out of the honorable district court of Csmeron county on the ll*h day of October. 192$ by Jno P. Scanlan. clerk of said court, for the sum of eighteen hundred seventy two and 24-100 collars and costs of suit, under a judgment in favor of R. T. Roberts and K. C. Roberts, y a certain cause in said court No. 7075 and styled: R T. Roberta and K. C. Roberts v*. Jo C. Elstner; placed in my hands for service. 1, Mrs. Pinkie Vann, as sheriff of Cam eron county. Texas, d-d on the 8th day of December, 1928. levy on cer tain real estate, situated in Cam *ron county, Ttlc«crib*H h* lows, to-wit: West one-half of lot 4. block No. 17. containing 5 ac-es. lot No. 9. block No. 17, containing 10 acres of the Elstncr subdivision of block No. 17 as per map and plat record 9, page 59. Map Records of Cameron county. Texas. West on*-ba1f of the ca>t ene fourtb of Mock No. 186. Ran Benito Lan dand Water company's subdivi sion. containing 20 a>-rex. C?.4 acres, being all that portion of Mock No. 152 lying south of the main canal and comprising 62.1 acres, being a part of the San Be nito Land and Water company's subdivision of the Concepcion de Carricitos grant, all teing in Cam eron county. Texns. and levied tipop as the property of Jo C. Elstner, and that on the first Tuesday in Janu ary, 1929, the same being lb" 1st day of said month, at the court house door of Cameron county, in the citr of Brown-ville. Texas, be tween the hours of 10 a. m. and 4 p. m , by virtue of said levy ai.d said order of sale. 1 will sell said above described real estate *♦ public ven dor for cash to the highe-d bidder. ap the property of said Jo C. Elstner And in compliance with lav?, 1 give this notice by publication, in the T nglish language, once a week for three consecutive weeks imme diately preceding said dav of sal", in The Brownsville Herald, a news paper published in Cameron county Witness my hand, this 10th dsy of December. 1928. MRS. PINKIE VANN, Sheriff. Cameron County, Texas. By R. C BRYSON. Deputy. 12-11-18-25-91-9253 LEGAL NOTICE Office of the Collector of tmitoms. Port of Brow isv’Ue Texas. Decem ber 3. IP^E. Notice is hereby giver that on December t. 1928. there wa* seised near La Taloma. Texas, from Andres Arui’nr and Pedro Hernan dos. for violation of Sec. 593 Tariff Act t9C'’ and Sec. 3M3 R S.. -me (11 D"dge Automobile. Motor Ne A134 Mfi. Serial No. A62-978 Anyone claiming the above described auto mobile w'll file claim with t*o with in twentv (201 duvs from the dale of thia notice, othe-wise I will sell the automobile at public suction at the Dmted Riatea rt;*tom house. *firt**na villc. Texas, on Monday. D,c"mber 24, 1929. at 10 o'clock a. m. Wm. NEALE. Dy. Collector. 12-4~ll-18-3t*324Q Christmas Joy for You Begins Right on this Page, Shopping Worry Stops ! _ _‘_; .. *• •' , ■ ..... '. ■■ ' ' ■ —. . .... -i.1 . . * "'A .■ . 'V-. i ~ ■. ..1.—|—."" .-.. ...— -—.-.— : SHOP-O-SCOPE Gifts for Her AN evening dress for the holiday affairs. Libby's. A BEAUTIFUL New Porcelain els Range will delight mother's heart. Substantial reduction! on onr entire 1 stock. Las Appliance Co., 853 Elis | abcth. ! AUERBACH Chocolates, Cigars and | Cigaiettca packed in Xmas boxes. ' Owl Cigar Store. 1 A BEAUTIFUL quilted robe or dress i ing gown from Libby's. AUSTRIAN leather bags and purses, 1 beautifully fitted. The very latest. ; The French Shoppe. A NEW COAT for Christmas. Many wonderful values at Libby'a. i BOAG MAKE ribbon novelties in pretty box*?. Ike 'mllack. BRIDGE TABLES-Tlain or decorat l ed ones that are easy to fold with j chair* to match. Borderland Furni | lure Store. ! BEAUTIFUL *•!'* and linen hand i kerchiefs, boxes or individual. Lib | by's. j BAGS of leather for street, and beaded Lags to match the evening ' dress. Bollack's. • BRASSfERS—Plain or lace trimmed i are always acceptable. Libby's. : BATH SALTS, body powder and all I kinds of toilet articles for Christ I mas gifts. McKay’s Pharmacy Hu | tel El Jardin. CLAUSSNER'S Klecr Sheer Chiffon silk hose at $3.00 pair. Ike Bollack. CONSOLE MfKRORS arc sure to please her and make the home more beautiful, $4.50 up. Borderland Fur niture Co. COMPACTS in many style* and makes, $2.00 to $10.00. McKay's Pharmacy, Hotel El Jardin. CEDAR CHESTS, plain or decorated. A most acceptable gift for her. Bor derland Furniture Store. CLAUSSNER'S ultra sheer chiffon silk hoso at $4.50 nair. Ike Bollack. COSTUME jewelry, flowers and handkerchiefs make dainty and most acceptable gifts. Bollack's. CAMPUS SHORTS—Pants and bT^ *iers to match; many patterns. Lib ! by a. CLAUSSNER'S exquisite Chiffon silk hose at only $2.00 pair. Ike Pollack. CLOISONNE vases, lamps, bowls, smoking sets make gifts of "person ality.’* Oriental Rug Co. CHRISTMAS Carols—listen to. them this Christmas on the Victor Ortho phonic. McCleary Music Co. DIAMONDS—Let us reset your dia mond in one of the beautiful mount ing* wr sro featuring for Christ ina*. Dorfman's. DO NOT FORGCT that iTiTl wrap your Christina* box for >on whether you bought from us or not. Universal l>re*s Shop. DOROTHY GRAY’S cosmetics make most appropriate gifts. Sets $16.50. McKay's Pharmacy. Hotel El Jardin. DON’T buy a water heater a* a j Christmas gift—but to see to it that I you have on* to mak* the New Year happy. All sues and puces. Gaa Appliance Co.. 833 Elisabeth, DIAMONDS w in Heat Is. trguge ment and wedding rings in Orange Blossom designs. Dorfman's. DOROTHY GRAYS. Elizabeth Arden and Rubenstein’s fine toilet articles sold exclusively at McKay’s Pbar j macy. Hotel El Jardin. DRESSER SETS—Musical powder | boxes, wine sets and Cigarette cases. I The French Shoppe. DORFMAN'S Christmas «ale ends Christmas ev*. Take advantage of the savings offered. j DAINTY underthings for gifts, teds. I gowns, step-in*, pajamas, slips and I bloomt-rs at prices that w ill appeal. | Bollack’s. EVERY woman always • appreciates pretty underwear from Libby's. ELIZABETH ARDEN sets $H. $IS. and $30, sold exclusively at McKay's Pharmacy, Hotel El Jardin. ] END TABLES in beaptiftil lacquered 1 finishes make ideal gifts for her or • the home. Borderland Furniture • Store. j FLOWERS for every costume. Lib by'*. j FOR CHR1STMAS shopping without I headaches or foeta'-he*—spend three | minutes dailv reading the Sbop-G j Scope in the Classified Section. FURS— Chokers, Fox neck pieces In many color* aud furs of all kinds are gift* rhe will always appreciate. I Bollack's. GIVE THE WIFE a new hat for j Christina*. a beautiful line, felts and metallic?; the' are net expen sive at the Universal Dress *hop. , GIVE IlfiTt a home for Christmas. I See Foster-Moothart Co. I GIVE THE WIFE hose fmr Christmas. ! ms*. 3 pair put up in a beautiful box, all different colors, special prices at Universal Dr**s Shop. I <m ■■i—i —mi hi ■■ i .ii n mi mmi .-.i. —i—i1 „ .■■■ill GORDON'S V-LINE thiffon hose Ike Bollack. | GLOY ES—w ashable suade and kid. Very complete line of colors and styles. Bollack's. GLOVES—kid and rhamoisettes; all new shades. Libby's. GLASSWARE in sets or open stock. Very complete stock of colors and styles. W. If. Putegnat Co. GIVE her Perfumes from lobby's GUERLA1N PERFUME - Nothing could please her more than this fine imported French perfume. McKay's Pharmacy. Hotel El Jardin. GOWNS—Pajamas, slips, teds and dance sets to match. Libby's. GIFTS from our gift shop are dif ferent. Imports from 28 different countries. Oriental Rug Co. HAND MADE embroidered lace edge bardkerrh'efs Iks BolUck. HOSE—Sheer chiffon with the very newest heels. Special for Christmas, 75c -ip. The French Shoppe, l SHOP-O-SCOPE i ---- ' Gifts for Her HOSE—The universal gift- for her. for she cannot have too many. All the new shades at Jollack'a. ! HOSE— Useful and beautiful all j *Uade». Libby's. _ ! HAVILAND China in open stock. A } Inrgc assortment of beautiful pat-j ; terns to choose from. W. H. Putegnat I Co. _ HANDKERCHIEFS—beautiful im-j ported handmade Landkerehiefs arc : ideal gift»- Oriental Hug Co. i HAND-MADE silk underwear, tailor-, j ed or lace trimmed. Libby’*. HOSIERY, underwear and sweaters. Mauer’s, 1B2® Elisabeth. ; -—-—... IF YOU’RE looking for stare, use a i telescope. But for acceptable Christ inns gift*, try the Sbop-O-Scope—m the Classified Section. IMPORTED French flowfcrs add that Parisian touch to your outfit. The French Shoppe. ' ' ITALIAN beads and compacts of tortoise shell make unusual gifts. The French Shoppe. IMPORTED band made Isce neck wear. ike Bollaek. ■ - " --■ JARDINIERES and Pottery vases in most attractive ’ design*. If. H Putegnat Co._■ KAYSER Silk Hose, all style*. Ike l Pollack. | KIMONOS and Colli* coats Import r-d. Beautiful assortment in silk and wool chaliia. Oriental Rug Co. KAYSER'S KNIT underwear. Ike Bollaek. KELY1NAT02 for the home. W. H. ! Putegnat Co. I KNIT-TEX top coats, beautifully I tailored in styles for men and wom en. $30.00. The Fashion. ! KAYSER GLOVES, ext« nsiv® lock. Ike Bollaek. ___________ I LADIES' Dainty Undcrthings for mother, sister or wife, they mnkc beautiful Christmas gifts. Univer sal Dress Shop. LADIES' novelty kid gloves. Ike Bollaek. LADDS' PURSES. a beautiful Cos of all leather puises iu all colors and every ori© guaranteed. Lovely Christmas gifts, at Universal Dress Shop_ LAM PS-Beautiful Boudoir, Bridge and floor lamps in many styles and colors, make lovely Christmas gifts. Borderland Furniture Store. LOOK OUT through the Shop-O Scnpe from your own fireside, at the Christmas gift displays and make your choice at home! _ _ LUGGAGE—Hat boxe* fitted over night cases, and traveling bags. Beau tifully lined in many styles. Pol lack's. __ LADIES' cost unit jewelry selected tor those who want something dif ferent. The French Shoppe ^_ LADIES ready-to-wear. 'Ihe latest m style and price-appeal alweya at Bol lack’s. ' MUNSINGWEA1 Knit Lingerie. Ike Bollaek. ___ ! MANICURE and sewing sets, very complete and the latest thing. Made | hi Austria. The French Shoppe. | MAGAZINE RACKS, beautifully fin ished and decorated. $1.0£ up. Bor derland Furniture Store._ _ “MORE HASTE, less speed.” There's no hasta and Ms of speedy satisuo tion in using the t testified “Christ mas Gift Suggestions."____ MOTHERS— Present your Daughter* Christmas gifts of scholarships in Valley Business College. See G. «. Moothart, President._ MAI UK'S. B. V. May hose SIP, 1150. NEGLIGEES of silk brocade*. Many beautiful styles on display at Bol j lack's. _ ! NOVELTY handbags to match ens 11nines. Libby's. _ | NEGLIGEES of velvet and satins; i real wintry. Libby's. OVERNIGHT!' lags and hat box*.* of 1 genuine leather. A real gift for her. The Fashion. __ OCR Gas Ranges are too large for I the Christmas stocking, but they I sure fit the pocketbook. Gas Appli I anre Co.. $S5 Elisabeth. PHILIPPINE embroidered gowns at ft.78, ft.08. and I32l. Ike Bol lack. _ FERFUMES—We feature *'A New Creation" imported direct from France. The French Shoppe._ PERFUMES and all kinds of toilet articles. Compacts in go d and sil ver kid to match the evening dress. Bollack's. _ PAJAMAS. Kimono* imported from Turkey- Many beautiful styles. The French Shoppe. _ PONGEE pajama ., hand made and appliqued. Libby's. PEARLS—For “Her." -t Is the gif' supreme. Visit our gift .hup. ''oil man's. _ PYREX, Ca seroles. useful, reason able and alwej* an appreciated gift. W. H. Puiegovt Cm_ PERFUME /».«‘miiien and Perfume tamps make individual gift*". McKay s Pharmacy, Ho?*! El Jardin. PERSIAN prints, just received for Christmas. Oriental Rug /Cu._ RUBENSTEIN'i fine cosmetics, in sets $7.75 and $8P. McKay's Phar macy. Hotel Ef Jardin. SUCH PRETTY ladies' handker chiefs we reTcr have been able ,t<» secure before as for this year., si1 in beautiful boxes at Universal Dress Shop. _ / STATIONERY—The mirror of your 1 personality ir reflected in good cto tionery. See our beautiful selec tion. McKay’s Pharmacy 'Hotel El Jardin. / SELECTED stationery beautifully lined and packed in attractive boxes. i The French Shoppe. ! ..- ■» -— c ILK KI MONAS, a gifu never to be | forgotten, we have them end you I most see them whUrf Christmas shopping at Universal press Shop, ■' 1 ' " v :l" J : ' He’s smiling because every present in his sack is exactly right r You can smile too-and for the very same reason if you shop thru the Rhop-O-Scope * SHOP-O-SCOPE Gifts for Her [SATIN mule* ar.d bedroom slippers always appreciated. Libby’s. SURPRISE the wife on Christmas morning with a new dress; they art very pretty and don't cost much when you buy from Universal Dress Shop. SILK SCARFS for sport. Libby's. SCHAEFFER’S Pens and pencils in sets or separate make life time gifu. McKay’s Pharmacy, Hotel LI Judin. BALA Cabinet llcatcr—a beautifully finished cabinet, containing v» heater of wonderful performance. A perfect Christmas Rift. Gas Appliance Co., 835 Elizabeth. STEP-INS and brassier*, best qual ity silk, lace trimmed, seta $3.50. The French Shoppe. SPANISH shawls—both hand-made and machine made. Oriental Rug Co. SOMETHING handy for quick break fast: An A-B Hot Plate—cooks your coffee at your bedside, $5.50. Gas Appliance Co,. £35 Elisabeth, SHEET music and records make rea sonable and always appreciated gifts. McClcary Music Co. SPECIAL—hand tooled and Turkish tinsel embroidered bags. Oriental Rug Co. TENNIS RACQUETS, shoes and balls. Batsell-Wells. ,...■— - ■ ... ! MIL LSMOND Blanket Kobe for j ladies, satin ard silk braid trim, no j prettier line of color* auywheie thin at the Universal Dress Shop. TOILET SETS—containing many ar ticles. See our selection. McKay's Pharmacy, Hotel El Jardin. TOILET SETS, containing many ar tfcles in beautiful cases. Visit our Gift Shop. Dorfman's. THERE’S not murh gift thrill in a water heater, but it lightens work and is a pra< tjral resolution for the Now Year. Gas Appliance Co., 835 Elizabeth. UKULELES—We hav, them in va ried sizes, colors and woods. Instruc tion book free. McCleary Music Co. VANITIES, compacts, mesh hi"# it. I white gold; also enameled in many ■ color combinations are most appro priate gifts for her. Dortman's. i WHY not give a hit? Libby’s. | WHITMAN’S candy-packed in pret i ty I to 5 pound Christmas boxes. Mc Kay's Pharmacy. Hotel El Jardin. i WHAT woman wouldn't like a new High shade crepe dress from Libby's. WE have stocked for the Christmas I trade the most beautiful line of hand I made linens and lares. Oriental Rug Co. WRIST WATCHES, Bulova, Elgin. . Gruen, Hamilton. Priced from ; $24.50 np. Dorfman's. YOUR < HRISTMAS package, wrap ped in holly paper free of charge. W. H. 1’utegnat Co. Gifts for Him j \LL kind* of Mexican curios anjl i Jewelry for Christmas gifts. One*! j l al Rug Co.__~_W ; ASH TRAA'S and smoking sets 4nd ! ■ ipar lighters make mo t acceppbble 'rift* for the smoker. I off mao’s. V I TRACTIVE GIFTS at prices that ire moderate P'ay be found every day in the Shop-O-Scope—tlm "Chris* - mas Gift Suggestions’ columns of oil'- Clas ified Fectioa ANTIQUE and modern gifts import ed from 23 different countries. Ori ental Rug Co. A ROYAL Easy Chair is the very thing ffiT Dad. Borderland Furni ture .Store. —— V/.TERICA’S most, beautiful tie rack tnl in attractive Xmas boxes at *1.00. 'Tbe Fashion. BILLFOLDS—genuine leather _ in many style*. $1.50 up. McKay s j Pharmacy, Hotel El 4*r(lit»* CIGARETTE cases, boxes, holders and trays in most unique designs. The French Shoppe. COTS. BED-ROLLS, tents, Thermos jugs, stoves. Batiwell-Welts. CIGAT.S—tb" smoker will appreciate a box of good eager* or cigarettes. Owl Cigar Store. CIGARS and Cigarettes packed in Christmas-boxes are always appreci ated by the imoker. McKay’* Phar macy, Hotel El Jaidtn. COK.NE1S, Violins. Saxaphones and all kinds of maskral instruments for ChrUtma* gifts. McCleary Mtiilc Co. SHOP-O-SCOPE Gift* for Him CHRISTMAS egg nog-beHcr if mule on an urn burner—$1.20. Gas Appliance Co., 835 Elizabeth. DESK SETS—Very complete in ham mered brass, bronze, silver and cold, add distinction to tho home or of fice. Dorfman’s. DON’T FORGET that you can find real value as well as the utmost con venience in shopping the Classified nay by means of the “Christmas Gift Suggestions” columns which appear every day. DRESSING gowns and bath robes; many beautiful ones to choose from. The Fashion. DORFMAN’S Christmas sal* end. Christmas e^e. Take advantage of the savings offered. EVERYTHING for the golfer in splendid varieties to choose from. The Fashion. ELECTRICAL appliances of all kinds make useful and very acceptable gifts. W. H. Putegaat Co. EVERYTHING in Last India enam eled brass and Chinese brass. Ori ental Rug Co. FOR THE MEN folks, -hirts, under wear, box, handkerchiefs, ties, oa jamas, shoes and hats. Buy them 1 or Christmas gifts at Universal Dress Shop. __ FISHING RODS, reels, boats and motors. tlutsell-Wells. FLASHLIGHTS—give him a depend able ’’Ec.eread)W. H. Putegnat Co. _ FATHERS—Give your sons six month* scholarships in Valley Busi ness College, Brownsville. GAt’TNER iport sweaters. An al ways appreciated gift. The Fashion. GLADSTONE CASES, hand bag*, tourist sets, military aetr, belt buckle seta, suggestion* for him. Dorfman’s. GOLF CLUBS, bags and balls. Bst stll-Wells. -__ GLOVES in a great assortment, «,v ery kind for every occasion. The Fashion. - - - GIFT BOXES mtde (ip to i.uit you. Do not depend on the reedy made sets, let us make them at specie! prices for veu. Universal Dress Shop. GLOVES for the well dressed man. Kid and made suitable for driving, .-treel --r dres-s wear. Bollack'!. GIVE his feet a treat—buy him Klorsheims- The fashion. Ill \TING COATS and jackets. $l'*0 up. Bntsell-W'ells. HAT.s by •'Dobbs" are sure to please him. The Fashion. HANDKERCHIEFS—pur# linen and silk, some hand-made and packed in gift boxes. Bollack's. HL'BIGANT Shaving Sets. You are sure to please him with one of these [useful sets. McKay's Pharmacy. Ho tel El Jardm. HICKOK Belt sets, genuine leather, initialed buckles $1.00 to $5.00. f . __ HANDKERCHIEFS of silk or linen, in plain or colored borders. The Fashion. HOLEPROOF hosiery for men in large assortments, very suitable for gifts. The Fashion. •HOT Waffles: Get a waffle iron and make the New Year hippy—$1.75. •Gas Appliance Co., 835 Elizabeth. HICKOK Belts with initialed buckle* make gifts that are sure to please bin. TIi# Fashion. i IMPORTED SWISS boxed handker I chiefs. Ladies*, men'* and children's i Ike Bollzek._ LESS EXPENSE and more pleasurt ! re,nits from the regular us# of thi ' "Chrittmas Gift Suggestions” in oui j C'lagfcified Section. LUGGAGE of genuine leather by ! Belber is appreciated. The Fashion. ! MEN S IRISH linen bsndkerchiets I fui! line, initialed at 25e and &0< j each. Ike Bollack. MEN’S BLANKET robes with «hoei to match, makes a beautiful gift foi the men folk*. Universal Dress Shop MANHATTAN and Universal paja >-a* in a price range from $195 t $12.00. The Fashion. ' -. — —w MACER’S all knit wrear for Christ mas gifts. MUFFLERS—silk and wools, in I j larga array of colors. The Fashion NECK WEAK—Thousands of beauti ful ties fa attractive boxes. Th< Fashion. :•< -Ware ■ V- ■ n SHOP-O-SCOPE Gifts for Him OUR entua stock is substantially reduced in pries. No “mark-ups" for the holidays, if you want quality merchandise at low prices see Gas Appliance Co., 835 Elizabeth. OUR campaign to reduce stock en j ables you to obtain sensational val ues in gas appliances for Christmas. | Gas Appliance Co., 833 Elisabeth. | POCKET KNIVES—Barlow* ivory | ] handle, pearl handle, and gold plate. ! ' W. H. Putcgnat Co. | KINGS— Emblem. stone set and ini tial ring), of all kiuds make suitable gifts for ..ny one. Dorfmsn’s. ■ RESOLVE to stop swearing on New j Year’s day. A hot water heater will j take the cusses out of shaving, and ' start your day right, men! Gas Ap I chance Co., 835 Elizabeth. } in „ I, - ■ -------— RECORDS—all the latest Jazs and ' classical records. McCleary Music Co. SHOT GUNS and rifles of all kinds. Batseil-Wells. j SUITS by Hart Schaffner and Marx exclusively at The Fashion. SOCKS—Silk, lisle and woolen socks ! in many pretty patterns, always ap- j ; predated. Bollock’s. SPEND THIS Christmas m your own ! home. Foster-Mootliart Co. I SILK MUFFLERS—You are sure to j please him with one of these. Bol- , lack’s SMOKING sets and cabinets. Very attractively finished, some with ! marble lop. 13-5 up. Borderland , Furniture Store. __ SILK underwear in one or two-piece suits, ideal for gifts. The Fashion. SCHAEFFER’S Pens and pencils iu sets or separate make life-time gilts. McKay’s Pharmacy* Hotel El Jardin. - - ■ -- — .—" * j SILK Lounging robes, flannel beach robes and blankets. Many pretty j ones to choose from. Boliack’s. j SHOT GUNS, fishing Rods, tackle and nminunition for the Spoilsman.' W. H. Putcgnat Go._ j SLIPPERS—made in the “Kozy Komfort” way. An always appreciat ed gift. The Fashion. STATIONERY—W> have a beautiful lot to choose from. McKay s Phar ’macy. Hotel El Jardin. SHIRTS—Useful gifts are the most appreciated. Visit our men's Depart ment. Bollaek's. i . . - - —!■ i — ■ 11 '■ .—11 SHIRTS make appreciated gifts. You 11 find splendid assortment at The Fashion. I - " | [ THE SHOPO-SCOPE magnifies the! value of yoer funds and reduces the trouble of Christmas shopping. j TIES—We have just received a b*ao- | tiful lot for the Chridtmas trade Bollaek's. j WHITMANS candy—Tacked in pret ty one to five pound Christmas box es. McKay's Pharmacy, Hotel El Jardin. WHY pay top prices for such ideal Christmas presents as gas applian ces? We have the finest lines in America, aed the lowest prices in the Valley. Gas Appliance Co., 835 Elizabeth. WF. WILL WRAP your Christmas packages in holly paper; no charge. W, H. Pategnat Co. W ATCHES for "Him." Rnlova. El gin, Waltham and Hamilton. Give him a vatch this Christmas from Dorf man’s. Gift* for Children ' AIR GUNS and 41<4 ahot guns. Bat ; sell-Wells.___ BAEY clothes and accessories in a most complete assortment. Bollack’s. BABY RANGES—Tiny reproductions of the range that mother uses; ready wrapped in Christmas tissue—75c. f Gas Appliance Co., S35 Elizabeth. BASEBALLS, footballs, gloves and suits. Batsell-Wells. CHILDREN are delighted with jew elry gift* from Dorfman t. CHILDREN’S dresses, coats, and hats for school or dress. Bollack’s. CHRISTMAS PACKAGES wrapped in holly paper. No charge. W. H. Putegnat Co. CHILDRENS Furniture in sets or pieces. Many to choose from. Bor j derland Furniture Store. CHRISTMAS shoppers visit the Ori ental Rug Co. We have a gorgeous line of imports from 28 different countries. * COASTER WAGONS—That "All ’ Boy” of yours will be happy If San ! ta leaves him one of these. W. H. Putegnat Co. _ CHRISTMAS JEWELRY sal« will sa%e you rcnfney at D- * n n’». COMPACTS for school girls are very acceptable gifts. McKej’a Pharmacy, Hotel El Jardin. nOU S imported, beautifully dre?s ed that are sure to delight any lit tle girl. All kinds of toys. Bol lack's. FOOTBALLS—You ar« sure to please the school boy with one of these. W. II. Putegnat Co. GIFTS for every member of the fam ily at the Oriental Rug Co. GIVE the kids a big thrill. Toy , ranges, ready wrapped for the little i stocking—75c. Gas Appliance CoH 536 Elizabeth. MAL'ERS Jersild sweaters make lovely Christmas gifts. PARISIAN dells to be dressed, make , ideal Christmas gifts. The French ! Shoppe. SCOOTERS—rubber tired, steel i frame, solid disc wheels. W. H, ■ Putegnat Co. SKATES—Ball bearing and adjust ■ able. W. H. Putegnat Co. | -■ ■■■■! ..— — II TOYS of every deecription for th« > kiddies. Visit our tbop early. Th< French Shoppe. ■ TOY RANGES—Sure to deilght etij i little girl; ready wrapped. 75c. Gas • Appliance Co.. 885 Elizabeth. - TRICYCLES-The email tot will hav< I lots of fun with one of these muscli builders. W. H* Putegnat Co. SHOPO-SCOPE Gifu for Children TOY AIR PLANES-777 chased for the Christmas trade this very modern toy, priced from fig.Sw up. W. H. Pategnat'Ce. V IOLINS— Beglnn inert "outfit 77th case $15.00 np. McCIeary Manic Co. WHITMANS variety boa parked 77 pccially for children. McKay** Phar macy. Hotel El Jardia. YOUR CHRISTMAS will be merrier if you save money. Were playing Santa Claus to the whole family with our cut prices. Gas Appliance Ok, 835 Elizabeth. ,*• -----•———■?.. * * Gifts for the Home AT DO RFMAN’S you'll nee : 7777 during December on * our gift pur chases. A FEW choice antique and modern imported lamps. Oriental Rug Co. ALL WHITE Gas Range—Make har holiday biking easy with one of tbeae wonderful stoves. W. H. Putegnat Co. AyUARIAMS and lamps of the moat unique designs are sure to plsaae M her and help make .lie home more beautiful. Dorfman’a. RRIDGE Novelties that are differ ent portray individuality for ygur holiday parties. The French Shopne. BOUDOIR CHA1R3, Chintz' cover77 Many to choose from $18.00. Bordet land Furniture Store. --- — ■ -M-. —- V - CHINA—In beautiful (open stork) pattern, ttut a su for her this * briatmaa. Dorfinaa'.,,. ( Or FEE TABLES—Hand engraved in rich color designs. Oriental Rug IfrlS Co. THE ( H1LDP.EN c«tTnr.rk J,a pro: mts they want Santa Ciaua to bring them in ths "Gifts for the Chil dren-’ column of the Sbop-O-Seope. It makes it much easier for him! CLOSING OUT Andrront at a dis count of L’5 per cent. Select your* whll* the stock is complete. W. H. Putegnat Co. CANDLE STICKS: Glass, potterv and brass. Visit our Gift Shop. Dorf man'a. WIW®R SETS. 29 to 100 piece arts. t tea sets. The r renen coppp#, DINNER WARE—Conventional and lloral dettyis, open stock. W. H Putegnst Co. HAND EMBROIDERED and woven tapeatrie* in softest shade*. Oriental Kug Co. Jl'ST THE thin* fdr ’Har” nay be found at once in the “Gift* for Har*’ column of the Shop-O-Scope. KLLViNATOR for the hom7 thie Christmas and always. Maintain coo etaat temperature. W. H. Pategnat Co. LINENS make useful gift* for the home and ere sure to please "Her." Bollack s. NORTH STAR finest quality woo? blankets at ud to $37.50 pair. Soii<! colors end fancy novelty designs Ike Bollsck. ! NOTHING BUT pleasure attaches tc j' hr thought of the approach of Christmas when you know tfc# J Shop-O-Scope will help you to make ail your preparations. ■ NOVELTY Imported French lamps ■nd European gifts of all kinds. The French Shoppe. ORIENTAL RUGS in your home arc' marks of Individuality and Distinc tion. Oriental Rug Co. jORTHOPHONIC Victrolaa from $99 up. Give yourself and family one (this Christmas. Met leary Music Co. j OCCASIONAL chairs and tables. Im ! potted “needle point." Only a few m this country. Oriental Rug Co. i POTTERY and hand-painted vases | from Japan. The French Shoppe. —--—■—.-.- —.—. ; PERSIAN and Chinese rugs in a large range of patterns. Oriental Rug Co. PUT A NEW, delicious flavor in the Christmas dinner with a Roper Ven tilated Oven Gas Range. Priced with in reach of all. Gas Appliance Co., 835 Elizabeth. PIANOS—Have a Piano in your home this Christmas. Kimball. Gulbran *en players. Uprights and Grand:. McCleary Music Co. SOMETHING new under the sun— Ray-Glo Porcelain radiant heaters— absolutely new and different, and very powerful. Look them over at Gas Appliance Co., 835 Elizabeth. SPINST and Secretary's desk make life time gifts. Borderland Furniture I Store. STEM WARE in the 4bwes* color and etchings; all open stock pat terns. Do rf man’s. TRAYS make ornamental and useful gifts. The French Shoppe. TAPESTRIES from Tnrkey In beau tiful shades and designs. The French j Shoppe. ; THE SALA Fireplace Heater is the most practical and beautiful add* tion that any living room can have On demonstration at our store new Priced right. Gas Appliance Co, fp: Elite bath. TIME SPENT i» money saved who* vou spend It in reading the “Christ mas Gift Suggestions’' in our Classi fied Section. THE MODERN Not* is in Color— and for the living room why not a cleverly colored radiant heater far $19.50—reduced from $30.00. Ges Ap pliance Co. 835 Elisabeth. WEAR-EVER Aluminum Roaster? Three sizes, $S.»5. $4.95 and $5.95. W. H. Putegnat Co._ _ “YOUR HOME should come First.'’ Christmas is an ideal time to adi , that much needed suite of furniture Borderland f urniture Star*. i YOU WILL find the most tndt.iJ«» i end complete line of gift* at th« Oriental Rug Co.