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I You Don t Have to Wait Until the “First” Herald Rental Ads Perform
AUI uiviu live. AUTOMOTIVE
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A Better Policy
Thpre are two ways of buying a used car:
1— Buy it outright from the owner.
2— Or buy it from an automobile dealer. *
The first may be satisfactory, providing, of
course, you arc an expert mechanic, appraiser, 1
and purchasing agent combined.
A better policy is the second method.
Xew car dealers buy uesd cars with a view of re
selling them. They know exactly what each
needs to be re-conditioned thoroughly. They
have the facilities for doing that.
Light now we arc offering amazing values in
used cars. Every one is in tip-top condition—
line in every respect. They are priced to sell,
and WILL SELL at the ptrees we have tagged
them.
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Come and See [f licsc Bargains
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1928 Dodge Senior Sedan
1928 Dodge DeLuxc Sedan
61 Cadillac Roadster
1926 Dodge Sedan
1926 Dodge Touring
1921 Dodge, 4-Paaaenger Coupe
1924 Packard Touring
1926 Ruick, 4-Passenger Coupe
1926 Pontiac Coach
1926 Chevrolet Touring
1924 Chevrolet Light Delivery, $125.00
A bargain.
1924 Chevrolet Coupe. $125.00, runs fin*.
1926 Ford Touring, $75.00
1925 Ford Touring, $50.00
| 192 4 Ford Light Delivery, $00.00
We have established a Used Car Lot for the con
venience of our customers. Drive around by
there and pick the one you would like In try out,
| and figure with us on terms
Jesse Dennett inc.
Phone 904 Used Car Market 1219 Levc*
U»ed Car Lot Across from Herald Office
W. A. R05S, Mgr.
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1927 Chevrolet Coach ..... *400
1927 Chevrolet Roadster.. :'.fcj.0<»
1927 Chevrolet Coach.... 3«>oi)0
1926 Chevrolet Coach.... 285.00
1926 lord Coupe .2454*1
1926 Ford Touring ... .
1326 l ord Roadster. IM’-tW
9 hrer Day Gcaraniee.
Buy With Confidence.
With 1929 License Paid,
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STEVENSON MOTOR CO., lie.
*> i(Hh and Adams, Brow nsv ilia.
FOR SALK: Keo touring »*r, In ex
cellent condition. Apply at Dutch’*
Garage._ RT4.'
Lost and Found
LIBERAL REWARD for return of
Brown Gladstone bag lo>t in or eras
W«»laco. Janua' v 4tn. Identification
1 i*r reading: "L. W. Moore, Point
Securities Co. Point Isabel,
Texas.** If returned, no question*
esked._ M-32
LOST—Between baptist thurth and
Larkner’a jewelry store, on Ll’ia
beth afreet, Elgin wrist watch. Lib
eral reward for its return. R. 1
Lsckner. __ ^ ~'IJ
LOST—Small brown Jeritv row. 3
years old. Kinder pie . <» notify Mrs.
jlon P. Lewis, phone 91*17^ M-92
ASTRAY NOTICE—Taken up at nv
place on Central avenue one-half
mile north of i omnii*nit> ll"u»e No.
j, on* brown Jersey cow. Tin tag >n
right ear. Owner prove property,
pay charges, and remove mine. J. f.
Grove. _
I Help Wanted
WANTED i Effic.ent housekeeper.
Must have good health *r.d furnish
reference. Address Mrs. A. K An*
derson, city. L**78
WANTED—Business man wads com
petent Spanish teacher. State price
Sir lesson and cuaLLcai v ' f:i
tter, Address M-S0. care He'ild
,,M-80
’iRXPERtENCED negro or Mexican
girl, English speaking, for general
housework. Good pay Reference*
necessary. Write Mr*. C. F. 1 homas.
Bo* 705. Brownsville._ _>1-30
WANTED: Middle aged tmrrican
lady g* hoa-ekeeper f«>- a family of
two. One who is capable » taking
full charge of a home. Write or
phone 17. Meicedes, giving reveren
ces. E. H. ha-ey. M-9,.
Salesmen — Agents
YOl'R OPPORTl MTY
r.ome to Dilley tn the thallow wafer
aad citru» fruit belt of the Winter!
GalcSn District. Choice citn; fruit
•rfft>>iek L *i at fcovi $*.,:> to $125
per ,*er<' in small tracts. Act:vt rep
retentat:\es wanted everywhere.
Writo today or come ar.d tee.
Winter Carden Colonisation Co.,
Dilley. Texas.
M-77
SALESMEN WANTED—Have open
ing for 3 or 4 experienced and high
class ealeatnc nto sell to business
men only. Apply Room 136. Trav
elers Hotel, Brownsville, bet we n 1
and 4 p. m. Saturday, Jan. 12. M-95
Situation* Wanted
CNDFRORADI ATE rur*e deTite*
nursing in private home cr ho.-rt.il.|
JJffcrcrcca, i’houc 2JJ* 21-4i j
i
Situation Wanted
EXPERIENCED married man, 3S.
J with bent reference*, wants job m
j town or Valley as clerk in any bus;-;
! ne»* or general office worl-. knowl i
i »dge of English and Spanish. Ad
' dress Box 1243. Brownsvillr.
EXPERIENCED salesman. office
man, now- open for engagement. Rc-.t
of references. Address I*. O. Box
M G 8 ;
I LIVE STOCK—POULTRY
Carload of
Good Mules
FOR SALE
Can Ke Seen at
Summit Filling
Station
Phone 717
— .■mu...— ii ■ Mi ■ ■■ — '■ m— ■ ■
FOR SAIL—Young rpider monkey,
j l ame. Inquire No. 2 i Station.
West Brownsville.
FOR SALE:H©0 masler-bred Barred
Rock pullets »r.d cockerels, $1.25
each. K. L. Shults, route 1, phone
• 1 '•'!
; FOR SAI L—Fine registered German
i poiicc dog, male, about 4 1-2 years.
I P .0. Box 7&4, Brownsville. 11-38.
—SACRIFICE 9 German police pup*
' Take your choice and carry
one home. Bee Mrs. Florence Maf
I ford. Hayes A. 17th Streets, next to |
| corner; k ictor.a Heights. I’hone
J075-M.
FOR SALE—Greyhound, well-bred,
track-trained, $50. fecc Bingham at
Greyhound Track. M-dJ
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY
CARL’S CONFFXTIONERY lor sale,
at once, on highway, Santa Rosa.
Texas._ Ml*
WANTED a partner with $1,000.00
and services to invest in a high da s
business worthy of investigation. I
References exchanged. Address Box
M69, Herald. M-65*. J
WANTED—Lady partner, widow or
maiden lady preferred, with $3,000
to $5,000 to invest in an growing en- '
terprise with unlimited possibilities.
M il! stand most thorough mvestiga
tion. Reference* required ar.d given,.
Address M-S7, care Herald. M S7
MISCELLANEOUS
IF IT S "Your Move Next.” you will
find that good draymen and expert
mover* offer their services through
the classified ads.
’•BRAY S BABY SPUTAT the high
est quality of Grade A r s'k produced
ii the -t*te of Texas. Special! pr»- 1
pared from fresh younr cow».* Milk
ed between 5 and 6 a. m... cooled and
delivered in Browp.*v-lie between 7
and 9. Baby will thrive on this.
I -ok for the pirn. I»b*| on tnt bet
tie. Bray Dairy, Clan to. M-94
NOTICE—We now have cur new
dairy completed and are prepay to
«i* liver finest ”A tirade” raw milk in
Brownsville. W* invite inspection
of oux plant. Bray Dairy, Oimifti.
_M-83
Buy or Exciiange
kk tVT TO Bl'Y—Roller top desk.
Those 2irs. huiLvas, 1T20, ii-di
Advertisements wui be ac
cepted over Um Uiephoet trorn i«u*
»boo« wlicnbcta or Uwn Ohm bavin*
regular charge accounts. Other claaailui
tdvertiain* moat be a-ccxepau.ad by ca*h.
No au.ertisiag accepted on an <auotil
U-rbid** order. A specified nun.ee.- af ia
.ert.uus (Bust N giveu
Tb« Herald reserves th* right to p ace
all advertisemeats coder th* proper dtbs
(•ration, and reject uncicau or ob;*-ticn
•bl* cop;.
OMuariat. resolutions. end cards of
thanks *ill l« takca at .as regular dal
lied rate.
Its* publishers are p> t repOBtiWe foe
copy, oniisasons. tTvegcaphicrU error* or
sny oainienticoal error that id- 1 occur.
'arih*r than to corrupt In the oest is* •’a
e.'ier it is brought to their attention. AH
•diertuing orders art accepted on this
basis only.
Telephone No. 8 sal dntala jour adver
tisement to an experienced cla.sifi.il
•riter.
To insure publication asm* day copy
should he presented not later than 10:3*
a. m. Ccpy for Sunoaj issue* should u*
in not later than 1 :sd o- m- Saturdays t
iosure proper .ossification.
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES
•to words or leas, one insertion.......3d*
Over 20 words, on* insertion, per word
. I 1-2
Sub»*qutat insertions run consecutively.
t>«* word . 1
Ry the month, per word . 25
Minimum for xacnthl; rate. 20 words.
No classified advertisement accepted
for lea-i than .. 8®
LOCAL READKK KATES
First Imrnlrc. per Use .13
Same ad run ooaaccutivs days, per
Articles For Sale
FUR SALE—Radio, Atwater Kent,
- auttilul cabinet, loots likg new.
Great sacrifice. Mrs. Florence btef*
ford, phone 10i5-M, Uiycs and lith,
Victoria Heights.L93.
LADIES HOSK menfled; runs, pulli,
end snags. Valle / Hose Mending Co.
• 15 Elizabeth. I-13d
Utt.000 common mud brick* for sale.
1. a. Ford, Brownaville. H-lbl
FOR SALK OR TRADE—Dclco farm
lighting plant complete with bulbs,
vacuum sweeper, washing machine
and toaster. II H- Whipple, I is
I resnos. phone 601 hF3. M-10 ^
FOR SALE—Electric ra as. m cood
condition. Fhone 121. M-*2.
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GOOD cane hay for sale. $13.09 to
$20.00 per ton, delivered within 6
miles of Brownsville. J. B. Kee, 1523
Wet Elizabeth St* Brownsville,
1 c •.*.». Thotic 1393 W . M - * 3.
ESTATE
FINE 12-A< RL tract on Banker F.oad
half imle from Browntytlle. Con
crete canal and good druinsge. $850
per acre. < arlos G. Watson, owner.
M-Sil
Farms For Sale
UAVS EXCLUSIVE sale on 20 acre*
U Jsrdm district, $500 acre. Rhone
1075-M._l-fli
HAVE EXCLUSIVE sal* 1 acres
bjanos fcitate. 1’hor.a 10<5-M.
L-61
For Sub-Division
16U Acres
Located 4 blocks from the heh
school and closer to Brownsville
thsn the exclude Goa Ebanos
Subdivision. Winding rr-aca
running throjgh property offer
ing natural lake front aites for
subdivision. This property •«
for sal* by owners and can be
bought nt a very attractive price.
Hcns>n-Lomat & Houston ar.d
Brownsville Development Co.
FIVE ACRE*, good bouse, fva.a
land set in tree?, tools and stock in
cluded. If you want a bargain from
owner, write P. O. Box 1180. I.-127
LA N D BARGAINS—152 acres—235
acres—Donna district,- cultivated.
Nothing better. Priced low. Wire,
write or call—C. fcL Swallow, Alamo,
Texas. V-235
FOR SALE—40 acres good citrus
land facing highway, in cultivation,
good house, rented and in crop. $250
per acre. $3,000 handles. Updegraff.
l.a Feria, Texas. M-70.
LOOK I P and down the rlavsified
ad columns instead of walking up
ar.d down the street when you are
looking for a place to live. ,_
FOR SALK BY OW NER: In 1! Jar
din. 1 2 rule from paved ri*ad. 40
acres of ebony land, nicely located,
bine for vegetables, potatoes or cit
rus; 10 acres in grove. All in high
state of cultivation- Six-room modern
house, double garage. 3 tenant hous
es, large chicken yard, chicken house,
etc. Will sell at a bargain, good
terms. I*. U. Box 507, Brownsville,
Texas. M57.
FOR SALE bv owner. 33.5 acres of
{me citrus land, t !eared, well drain
ed, water a\liable. Quarter mile
from paved highway, seven miles
from Brownsville. Inquire of C. A.
Burton, Brownsville. Tex. M5.
Wanted—Real Estate
HAVE CLIENT wanting a good five
or six room modern bungalow. Must
be well located and priced right, hos
ier Vloothait Co., ground floor Cro
mack Bldg. M- *6
Buy or Exchange
Will trade Wisconsin
Farm land and Lake
frontage in best resort
section of Wisconsin for
Valiev land or City
property. Address Box
M65, Herald.
Houses Tor bale
W ILL SACRIFICE my last two beau
tiful homes. Bettor hurry; only
two left. 5 rooms and l ath; textoue
two-to:.a finish; beautiful light fix
tures: automatic water heater?. See
Mrs. Florerca Stafford, owner. Hayes
and 17th streets, Victoria Heights,
phvmo 1075-M. K-170
B8ROA1N FROM OWNER. Must sell.
Two-story house, choice cor-tr,
dtrus treat, r*'#d strei. Can fc«
used for apartment* or home. Fur
niture included. P. O. Box 1180.
I/-127
SIX ROOM HOUSE and bath oa lot
50 hv 1E0. r# Second and St.
Charles ?*rfe*s, Brr-wnsvin*. Texas.
V. r quirk salw—TBIRTY FIVE HUN
DRED DOLLARS, Inquire from F..
A. Mon sews. L-J59
M W DUPLEX apartitienta. Reason
able cash p*' ment, halanee «u tlwie.
Will pay for itse'f. V*ar rented $?«/*»
per month. Carlos G. Watson,
DWfltU
Houses For Sale
S250.U0 CASH, balance like rent.
Hoys new five-room all modern brick
bungalow; largo lot. restricted resi
dential section. 1’ay rent to your
self. Poster-Moot hart Co., Realtor*.
Cromack Bldg., phone 479, M-45
Lots For Sale
FOR SALE
Tvo lota in Edinburg; three loti
in San Benito; 55 Tula in Biuwna
I n!1e; seven lota outaido Browns
* ville city limits; twenty per cent
' cash, balance in one. t*o, thiee and
1 four years; or monthly payments
, if preferred. B. L. liinkiey, Ero n
fflfab H-bO
I FOR SALK by owner six choice lot*
I in San Benito, Texas on paved
' street, 2 blocks from high stbooL
Phone 487. H. M. liarper. Browns
ville, Texas.L-104
LARGE LOTS—Pared street; all
city improvements; moderate restric
tions. $750.00 to fl.OtftMH). Easy
terms. Fuster-Moothart Co., Real
tors. Phone 470. M-44
FOR SALE: Lot 4, block 132; also
lot 4. block 135, Brownsville. Each
100 feet from pavement now being
laid on Palm Boulevard. $1150.00
each, terms. Also three lots GO by
100 feet on Boulevard. $1200.00 each
exclusr. c of pavement. R. A. High
tower. M-53.
FOR SALE; Lot 70x120 with one
brick and two frame houses. Corner
bth and fit. Charles, Apply A. Chapa.
743 St. Charles. MOu
RENTALS
FOR RF..NT—Score rooms in Ste?
inan building. Bert Cromack. M56.
t ill PLE expects to visit tho Valley
for two weeks or more and desires
a qu,et room with private bath with
a private family, in Brownsville or
nearby town. No meals, or, break
fast only. F'se of garage. Address
Yancey Bartholow, 115 Field St.,
Dallas, Texas. 34-51.
FOR KENT—23 acres land. Lot »,
block 205, El Jardin Tract. R. C.
Robertson, Brownsville, Tel. 1081. i
_M-82
Apartments
NEBRASKA APARTMENTS — Fur
nished, every convenience, fngidaire,
and gas langes. Jefferto^ and Four
teenth Streets. Phone 11.4. TV-42
ROOMS and apartments. 701 bu
Charles. Tei. 1017. C71
FURNISHED apartments and duplex
Phone 351.
FOR RENT: One-half ot duplex, pri
vate bath, hot water, garage. Also
2-rocm and 3-room apartment, ga
rage*. Close in. Southern Realty
Co., phone 214 or 081 -W. L-212
NF.W APARTMENT fum, bed"or un
furnished; garage. Telephone P18-.I,
1133 W. Levee. I-2G5
FOR RENT—Four-room apartment
equipped with gas range, Frigidaire,
automatic water heater and modem
plumbing, Garage. Apply on preai
iaes at Fourteenth and Garfield.
M-39
TWO ROOM APARTMENT, modern.
Delta Hotel over M System More,
one block from po.-t office. Phone
SOL M-67.
SOUTH APARTMENT, two rooms,
w ith gas, on pavement, garage free.
Telephone 816W. lt-Tl.
MODERN 3-room ajiartment with ga
i rage. West Brownsville. Phone 905.
>1-91
Furnishfd Rooms
FOR RENT—Nicely furnished bed-I
room with gns heat, 700 Washington
St., phone 1148W. L-217. j
FOR RENT—Well furnished sleep
ing room; twin beds, meals if de
sired; alto housekeeping apartment, ,
close in. Rhone ISO. —L-45 j
FOR RFA'T—Bedroom in private
family. V01 Adams street. $2.50 per
j week. M-19
NICELY BURNISHED BEDROOM,
adjoining bath, $15. Walking dis
tance. 713 Madison, phone 1035-W.
M-66
-,
FURNISHED ROOM in private fam
I ily. 142 Levee, phone 578. M-7S I
BEDROOM with gas, $3.00. Rhone I
O-A-JI
NICELY FURNISHED ROOM. Call'
at Delta Hotel, 8'Je 1-2 Elisabeth St,
one block from postoifice. Phone 804.
M -68.
TWO ROOMS, suitable for office or
housekeeping room*, 1106 1-2 Mar
ket Square. M-74.
BEDROOMS, gas, heat, 1023 St.
, Charles. M-75.
MODERN 5-room houte, garage. I
Rent $30. rhooe all. M63
CALL the Southern Realty Company
if you want to rent a heme. Rhone
914.K-164
WELL FURNISHED bedroom, close‘
in. two closets, water, gas; adjoining1
bath. 1006 St. Charles, phone 134(1 W. i
M-89
NICELY FURNISHED ROOM in pri
vate home. Gcs. Rhone 918-W.
M-93
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
NOTICE OF DISSOLI TION OF
PARTNERSHIP
Notice is hereby given that the
partnership lately subsisting be
tween Eleazar £. Garcia ar.d Jose
Ramiros Lopez, both of Cameron
County, Texan, under the firm name
of "Eleazar S. Garcia Dairy,” has
Lecn dissolved by mutual constant on
the 7th day of January. A. D. 1S>2J.
All debts owing to the said part
nership are to be received by the
said Eleazar S. Garcia and all de
mands on the said partnership are
to be presented to him. the said
F.Icazar S. Gama, for payment, and
the said Je«« Ramirez Lopez shall
not be liable for any further in-1
dehtedsess created by or os behalf)
of the raid partnership, or of the
said Eleazar S. Gama.
Witness our bands at BrownzvIRe,
Texas, this 8th day of January, A. D.
1929.
Eleazar S. Gama,
Jose Ramirez Lopem.
9 to 13 tnr. 3-85
BIDS WANTED “
Bids will be reeefeud for the fur
nishing and installing of acoustical
correction materiel to be applied in
the present district court room in
the Cameron county court house,
Brownsville. Texas.
AU twatxfcler* dtz-nsg ML cn
e
| LEGAL ADVERTISLMEN T
this work ir.ay apply to the archi
tects, At lee B. and Robert M. Ayres,
Bedell Building, San Antonio. Texas,
for specifications covering this work.
Sealed hid swill be sent to the
County Auditor, J. J. Bishop.
Brownsville, Texas, and to be opened
on February 11, 1829. Owner re
serves the right to reject any and
all bids.
J. J. Bisiior.
County Auditor.
U-10 to HM.0-&-32S7.)
TO THE QUALIFIED VOTERS OK
BROWNSVILLE NAVIGATION
1*131 RICT Ol CAMERON COUN
TY, TEXAS. AND TO ALL PER
SONS OW NING LAND OR PROP
ERTY THEREIN. AND TO ALL
OTHER INTERESTED PARTIES:
iAkb NO TICE that at the regular
session of the Legislature of the
State of Texas, which meets on Jan
uary 8. 1929, the Navigation and Ca
nal Commissioners* of Brownsville
Navigation District of Cameron
County, Texas, intend to applv and
will apply to said Legislature for
the passage of a special law. the sub
stance of which is as follows, to-wit:
An act validating Brownsville Nav
igation. District of Cameron County,
Texas, and validating the Two Mil
lion ( 22.000.000.00 * Dollars of bonds
authorized to be issued by t-aid Dis
trict by an election hehid therein on
December 22, 1928, and validating all
acts of the Commission rs’ Court of
< ameron County, pertaining to said
District and said bond issue, author
ing such District to construct, own.
operate, buy, sell, lease or otherwise
control all necessary terminal facil
ities for tarrying on navigation an!
shipping, including all wharves,
docks, warehouses and other ap
purtenances of a port necessary or
convenient for navigation and ship
ping. and such railways, rtilway
switches, sidings, rolling stock for
railway traffic, and all other thing.,
ncces.»ary for the handling of freight
to and from the water at the port
and connecting with railway facili
ties. giving to such Navigation Dis
trict power and authority to elect
its Navigation and Canal Commis
sioners by popular vote and making
piovinions for such dictions, and de
claring an emergency.
7.. A.'ROSENTHAL,
J. G. FERNANDEZ,
J. GREGG,
Navigation and Canal Commissioners
of Brownsville Navigation District
of Cameron County. Texas.
1-4-11-18-23-1—5t—3273
Dirigible’s Visit
To Miami Halted
By Bad Weather
PORT ST. JOE. Fla., Jan. 11.—tAPy |
—The navy dirigible Los Angeles
tied up at the mooring mast of the
tender 1'atoka in Si. Joseph bay
near here at 7:03 a. in. today. She
had abandoned a cruise over Florida
earlier in the day because of bad
wrnthei.
The air liner cast off its moorings
on the Put ok.-i ia.-t night for a
flight to Miami. The weather here
was extremely foggy and ram was
expected.
Arriving over St. Joseph's bay in
th« early morning hours, the Los
Angeles cruised about in the cloud*
for some tune before making contact
with the Paioka shortly after seven
o'clock.
10-MILE RAILROAD APPROVED
AUSTIN. Jen. 11.—(Ah—Const-uc
tion of 10 miles of railway from
Hamlin, in Jones county, into Stone
wall county, is authorized by the
charter of the Hamlin and North
western Railway company, approved
yesterday. Capital stock is *10,000.
The railway will be standard gauge
and used exclusively for the trans
portation of freight.
WEATHER SUMMARY
A disturbance of considerable in
tensity was central over the (..real
Lakes this morning, while baromet
ric pressure was moderately high
practically throughout the balance
of the United States. Light to mod
erate precipitation occurred within
the last 24 hours along the Guif
coast, in the southeastern states,
and practically throughout the north
ern half of the country, while fair
to clear weather continued over the
far Southwest and most of the
Rocky mountain ard Plaiean reg
ion*. It was somewhat colder prac
tically throughout the northern half
of the country, while fair to clear
weather continued over the fai
Southwest and most of the Rocky
mountain and Plateau regions. It
was somewhat colder practically
throughout the Gulf states this
morning and colder to much colder
from the northern Plains states east
ward to the Atlantic coast, with sub
zero Tradings in the north-centtal
states.
WEATHER BULLETIN
first figure lowest temperature
last n.fht: second, highest tempera
ture yesterday: third, wind velocity
at 8 a. m.; fourth, rainfall past 21
hours:
Abilene 34 46 -- .**0
Amarillo ... 3** 48 10 ,0n
Atlanta .. 4** — *— .**0
Austin .. W SO — .Oft
Boston , .26 32 — .16
BROWNSVILLE . 48 64 — .07
Chicago . 22 26 14 .00
Corpus (hnstt .. 44 62 12 .08
Dallas ... 30
Del Rio ..44 .Ml — .00
Denver .. 28 Rft .Oft
Detroit . 24 *6 12 ,*»ft
Dodge City . 24 36 12 .00
El Paso . 30 46 14 .00
Fort Smith ..... 28 42 — .00
Galveston ...... 42 R* 14 .11
Helena ..« 42 — .0!
Huron. -08 44 — .Ot
Jacksonville .... 64 74 — .02
Kansas City * . 16 34 *6 .ftft
Louisville..28 38 li .00
Momrhis..54 44 — .00
Miami . 72 78 — .00
Montgomery .... 46 66 — .07
New Orleans ... 50 *6 — 12
New York .30 50 — .ft?
North Platte .... 8 50 — .02
Oklahoma City .. 36 46 10 .00
Palestine .. 36 44 — .ftft
Pensacola ».io 6* —- .28 '
Phoenix ..34 66 — .Oft
Pittsburgh .78 46 1ft .ft] J
St. Louis ...»« 21 42 2*1 .10
St. Paul.-2 24 22 12
Salt I-eke City ..16 32 — jm
San Antonio .... 44 56 — »Q
Santa Fe . 18 34 — .ft©1
Sheridan ........ 28 44 — .ft* I
-areveport ..... 36 46 — .001
Tampa ...... 64 76 — .ftft
Vicksburg . 42 NO — ,oo
Washington.3? 64 — .00
Wiliiston ..at*.. -11 38 —• .<*>)
W ihazartoa &ft — — J(
TREATY HOLDS
SENATE SPOT
Reapporticnmcnt Gets
Attention of House;
May Be Passed
WASHINGTON, Jan. 11.—t**j-The
Kellogg treaty occupied its familiar
place in the senate today as the
house again tried to decide reappor
tionment.
The treaty is not expected to come
to a vote this week. Some of those
who want it passed without reserva
tions are in no hurry for the roll
call.
Representative Fern of Connecti
cut, has said ho was optimistic that
his reapportionuient bill would be
passed but the opposition is known
to be strong. Under the proposed
plan membership of the hou>c would
be reapportioned in accordance with
the 19J0 census. Those states who
would lose members under the ar
rangement a:u fighting it.
The flurry over fraudulent docu
ments appeared to be over today for
the moment, though Senator Borah
of Idaho, wants an investigation to
get at the source of the epurious
papers which purported to show he
and Senator Norris of Nebraska, re
ceived sizeable sums of money from
the soviet government.
The senate commerce committee
yesterday postponed its report on
the ruminations of Brigadier Gen
eral Thomas H. Jackson and Major
Ernest Graves to be members of the
Mississippi river commission and the
question was still before it today. On
the house side tariff hearings con
tinued before the ways and means
committee and th* merchant marine
committee had not disposed of the
bill which would extend the life of
the radio commission for a year.
PERSONALS
Geo. l>. Ashburn of Oklahoma City
arrived in Brownsville this morning
on a short business trip.
D. T. Farrow and G. liammon left '
hero this morning for their home in
Leona, 1!!. They hav«* been in th*
city for the past two days on picas- j
ure.
Mrs. W. L. < lark and her young
daughter arrived in town today fori
a visit of several week*. They come
here from their home in Scymona,I
Ind.
S. 1. Jackson of Pt. Isabel it in
the cily for the day on business.
John M. Taylor, district sales man
ager of the Johns-Manville corpora
tion at New Orleans, and C. H. M«
t.aulay of Chicago, al&o affiliated
with this company, arrived in
Brownsville this morning to look
over the Valley territory. They ex
pect to stay here for a week or two.
and arc staying at the El Jardin
hotel.
J. C. Brouse of Troup. Tex.. i- In j
this city for a stay of several day
on business, lie is stopping at the
Travelers’ hotel.
Mrs. L. i . Robb of Hon.*ton i« »n j
Brownsville on a short pleasnre visit.
V. G. Cavazos arriveu *u ta.s c«»y
this morning from KayuondviUe. Mr.
Cavazos is here on business.
Mrs. M. C. Ramsey of Beaumont is
in town on a few* days pleasure visit.
Mr. aad Mrs. L. E. Smith arrived
in Brownsville this morning after a
motor trip from their home in N**w :
Orleans. They expect to be in this
city for seveta! c<
H. B. Mitrhell of Mission is in
town today on busmc>*.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Hood of Hous
ton are in this eity on a pleasure
visit of several day*.
L. F. Keeler arrived in Brownsville
this morning from his home in Wash
ington, D. C. He is here on busi
ness, and expects to remain for sev
eral days.
Dr. S. J- Farley and his mother.
Mrs. C. T. Early arc in lbi» City for
a pleasure visit of two or three
weeks. Their home is in Orleau, N
Y.
Mrs. B. M. Icon of San Antonio is
in town for a few days on a pleasure
trip.
Mr*. W. W. Reeder of Tampico.
Mexico, is here for a week's pleasure
visit. Mrs. Reeder is the wife of W
W. Reeder, well known rancher and
land owner of Mexico.
Mins Ruby Lerry of Dallas Is
speeding a few days in this city on
pleasure.
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Taylor arrived
in Brownsville last night from their
home in Houston. They are in this
cit\ «*n a short pleasure visit.
Cha*. S. Reid, who has been in
Laredo since Sunday on business,!
returned to his home in this city
last night.
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Insurance Rate
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11 mineral asbestos shin- jj
jj gles right over the old jj
jj shingles. Ordinary ex- !;
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Mill not affect the»e jj
j: shingles. Also metal jj
jj roofing. !|!
jj Brownsville Sheet
Metal Work*
l 8th and Harrison ji
Phone 289 j
Attention Nurserymen
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Wc have Just received a big car of burlap strips
for balling trees. We also have a good stock of
second hand sax. Our price is right.
WE DELIVER ALL OVER THE VALLEY
Valley Box and Crate Factory
San Benito
j Classified Business Directory j
Architects
BEN V. PROCTER
ENGINEERING CO.
Architects — Engineer*
203 Merchants Bank. Bldg.
Phone 617
BroKcsTiile. Tsias.
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E. G. HOLLIDAY
Architect and Builder
409 State Nat. Bank Bldg.
Phone 906
R. NEWELL WATERS
Architect
9-12 Security Statu Bank Building
Weslaco, Tesas
A. ( all**a? W. II. Thompson
A. A. Callaway & Co.
Architects and
Engineers
411 Merchants Bank
Building
Browr ville, Texas
Builders—-Contractors
G. E. Miller
TJLE DRAINAGE
CONTRACTOR AND ENGINEER
r. O. Address R. F. D. No. 1.
Ban Benito
Telephone 60Co F 12 H-59
FROCTER & DUDLEY
General Contractors
528 Washington St.
Brownsville, Texas
Phone 627
Cash Registers
NATIONAL CASH REGISTER CO." j
Register* bought, sold and azchangsd.
W. E. Sanders Representative.
Phone 29 Harlingen Texas Bo* 905 ,
Dray—T ransfer
Mason Transfer &
Grain Co.
Light ard Heavy Hauling
WL MOVE ANTTHING
1105 Adam* Phono 159
AUSTIN
TRANSFER AND STORAGE CO.
Phones 4JI and 51'J
ILtt Washington Su
Florists
THE FLOWER SHOP
Cut flowers, pot plants,
funeral designs and
bouquets
1254 Elizabeth St.
Phone 1388
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BOWYER THE FLORIST, flowers
and funeral designs. Pt. Charles
and Pita streets. Phone 771.
Furniture Repairing
FURNITURE
repaired, refinisaed. upholstered.
Phono 1047
J. VAN HEEST
1047 Monroa St H 95
Hat Renovating
First Clas3
Hat Renovating &
Shoe Repairing
Delta Shoe & Hat Shop '
We Call for and Deliver
Phone 535
HOTELS—CAFES
WHITE KITCHEN
Famous for its
Cooking—Immaculacy
and Service
Tho popnlnr plae* for
business lunches
l£lh between Elizabeth and
Washington
VETERINARIAN
OR. E. E. BLACK
_ Veterinarian
Phone 9001F1J Browasv
Insurance
1
\V. B. CUNT.
INSURANCE
SURETY BONDS
208-9 Merchants National
Bank
PHONE 6 *
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Mattress Renovating
Let Us Renovate .
Your Mattress
Wt make mattresses to ordar. All
repair work guaranteed.
SOMMERS
12th and Adams
Phope 674
OFFICE EQUIPMENT
ART METAL
FILING
Equipment
Mararkk-Clarke Lithu Co.
2U8 Marchauta National Bank
Phone 617—Brownsville
Office Equipment and SuppHaa
HARGROVE’S STATIONERY A
BOOK SIORE
Brownsville. Texas.
Funeral Directors
llinkley Mortuary
Complete Funeral Service
Phones 123—300
St Charles and Eleventh
Street
Typewriter*
DAVENPORT Typewriter Exchange,
(Brownsville's Typewriter House)
Distributors. New L. C. Smith **Si
!rnt’* 8 end Lata < or on a 4 tjoe
v. rite . Ai n sell Royal Portables
and •■Factory’* Rcbuilts—all makes
tVe repair all make* typewriter and
adding machines. 1112 Elizabeth St.,
Phone 1105.
WOODSTOCK TYPEWRITER
SALES CO.
Typewriter*—Adding Machinal
Supplies—Repairs
Phone 608—Harlingen Z-li»
PROFESSIONAL
Attorneys
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ft. G. COPER
Attorney at Law .
Room 8 and 7. Maltby Bldg. x
Brownsville. Texas
W
Davenport, Weat and Ransoms
Attorneys at Law
307*508 Merchants National Bank J
Brownavilla. Texas
H. B. GALBRAITH
Attorney at Law * J
Merchant* National Bank Bldg.
Brownsville. Taxes.
J. T. Canales O. S. Eidman. Jr.
CANALES AND EIDMAN
Attorneys at Law ...
Real i state a Specialty
303 Merchants National Bank ,
Brownsville. Tazaa *
H. L. YATES
Attorney at Law
Stats National Bank Bldg.
Brownavilla. Texas
Chiropodist
FOOT bFEClA LIST
Pr. E. Uillinger on highway between
ban Benito and Harlingen. All foot
troubles treated. LM6S
Chiropractor
M. Cook, D. C.
CHIROPRACTPr
Nvrv-O-lleter Service
State National 8«nk Bldg.
Brows*villa. Taxes
Boon 40b Phone 701
F.L V1BBA SYSTEM USED
REAL ESTATE
LOS EBANOS ■
Brownsville’* Supreme Residential
District, carefully restricted, com
pletely improved. Home sites from
81200.00. easy terms, Jeces-DIckia
aon Co., Realtors, corner Traveler*
Hotel Bldg, Brownsnlle. EM.
WEARING APPAREL
BETTIN’S
Bendi Made Clothes
Also Agent* for
Royal Tailor*
1216 Elizabeth
Phone 525
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