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v n)INT TO GET
NEW EXCHANGE
Buiduag Will Be Modem
'Vith Latest Telephone
Battery Equipment
(Special to the Herald.)
POINT ISABEL, Nov. 8,-(/P)-A
*** telephone exchange building
will be constructed and the latest
type telephone common battery
«ystem will be Installed at Point
Isabel In the immediate future, ac
cording to the announcement of J.
C. Paxton, general manager of the
Rio Grande Valley Telephone com
pany.
The company has purchased a lot
at P*. Isabel, the city commission
has granted approval of the stan
dard schedule of common battery
telephonerates. and plans will pro
wed at once for the erection of
the building. Approximately six
months time will be required to se
cure and Install the necessary equip
ment.
This will be the sixth new ex
change building to be erected in the
Valley by the company during the
gist two years, and places the sys
m of exchanges in a position a
mong the best in the state. The
company has njw plants at Mc
Allen. where their general head
quarters are located, Edinburg,
Mercedes, Los Fresnos. are complet
ing their plant at Donna and plan
to have U ready for opening short
ly after the first of the year.
Cameron Courts
Y..—.—.—
Salts Filed i the District Coarts:
No. 884— Nanny Cunningham et
vir vs. I. S. Rose and E. E. Sadler,
to try title.
28th District Coart
Hon. A. W. Cunningham, Judge.
In Vacation
103rd District Coart
Hon. A. M Kent. Judge.
No Orders.
County Coart.
Hon. Oscar Dancy. Judge.
Suits Filed: None.
County Coart at Law.
Hon. John Kleiber, Judge.
No Orders.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
For Cameron County. Texas.
Furnished by VALLEY ABSTRACT
COMPANY.
La Feria Sugar Co. to S. J.
Bchnorenberg. Farm Blk. 7. La Fe
ria Land and Irrig. Co. Sub 40.46
acres. $10.00.
La Feria Townslte Co. to Jennie
Bchnorenberg, lot 19. block 15, Town
of La Feria. $10.00.
La Feria Townslte Co. to Jennie
Schnorenberg, lot 25. block 1, Town
Of La Feria. 1450,00.
B. M. Holland to 8. C. Moore, all
lots 7 to 12 inclusive, block 70, O.
T. Harlingen. $10.00.
Gerald W. McKenna to S. C.
Moore, lots 7 to 12 inclusive, block
70. O. T. Harlingen. $10.00.
Hotel Moore. Inc., to S. C. Moore,
lots 7 to 12 inclusive, block 70, O. T.
Harlingen. 99 6 per cent undivided
Interest. $10.00.
Hotel Moore, Inc., to J. W. Rhone
1-10 of 1 per cent undivided inter
est lot 7 to 12 inclusive, block 70.
O. T. Harlingen. $10.00.
Hotel Moore. Inc., to D. D. Nor
ton, 1-10 of 1 percent undivided In
terest, lots 7 to 12 inclusive, block
70, O. T. Harlingen.
Hotel Moore, Inc., to B. M. Hol
land a 1-10 of 1 percent undivided
interest, lots 7 to 12 inclusive, block
70. O. T. Harlingen. $10.00.
Hotel Moore. Inc., to Gerald W.
McKenna, a 1-10 of 1 percent un
divided interest lots 7 to 12 inclusive,
block 70. O. T. Harlingen. $10.00.
D. D. Norton to S. C. Moore. 1-10
of 1 percent undivided interest lots
7 to 12 inclusive, block 70, O. T. Har
lingen. $10.00.
J. W. Rhone to S. C. Moore, all
of my undivided 1-10 of 1 percent
undivided interest lots 7 to 12 in
clusive, block 70, O. T. Harlingen.
. 110.00.
* John F. Boory et als to Cuates
Irrig. Co., 1220 acres of share 32,
Espiritu Santo Grant. $10.00.
P. W. Perkins to Valley Citrus
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Brownsville. Texas
Dally, except Monday—On air 10 a. m. to 1 p. m Back or air at
4p.HL with Valley news and Associated Press dispatches from The
Brownsville Herald. Remain on air until 7 p. a.
Groves Co., Harlingen, lots 9, 10, 11,
12. 13. block 39. Raleigh Ct. Addn.,
La Ferla. $9000.00.
Port Isabel Co. to F. H. Shumak
er et ux., lot 12, block 101, Port
Isabel. $3750.00.
F. N. Booth to Manuel Hernan
dez, lot 5, block 21, Fourth Addn.,
San Benito. $148.75.
John M. Jones et ux. to C. F.
Thomas. 11.7 acres out of west 23.34
acres, lot 4, block 212, El Jardin re
sub.. shares 23, 28 to 31, 25, Espi
rltu Santo Grant. Plat 4-48 $10.00.
S. M. Bonney et ux to J. T. Pat
terson, out of blocx 5, Kauai ©uo.
of block 20, San Benito Land and
Water Co. $500.00.
HIDALGO COUNTY
Stanley G. Duff to Clyde Tennis
Land Co.. E. 10 acres, lot 11, section
26. Tex-Mex. $1800.00,
Ynes de la Riva to Lydia G. de
Guerra, lot 9, block 27, McAllen.
$10.00.
D. Guerra to Lydia G. de Guerra,
lot 3, block 12, Young Addn. to Mc
Allen. $500.00.
Esteban G. Garza to Lydia G. de
Guerra, lot 7, block 38, McAllen.
$10.00.
Hill Buesch Bentsen. Inc., to Mis
sion Dev. Co., lots 140, 141, 142. 143,
144, 145, 146. 147, 148. 149. 150, 196.
197, 198, 200. 174. and 199, Pride
O’ Texas Sub. $10.00.
Emil Buescher and John L. Hill
to Hill, Buescher Bentsen, lots 140,
141. 142, 143. 145, 146. 147, 148, 149,
150. 196. 197, 198. 200, 174. and 199,
Pride O’ Texas Sub. $1.00.
Prpgreso Development Co. to Louis
Harziger, N. 10.21 acres lot 77, Llano
Grande Sub. $12,762.50.
Mary E. Shumaker, et vir to C. B.
Cox, W. 1-2 of E. 1-2 lot 7. block 36.
Alamo Tract Subd. $10.00.
W. Lee Williams et al. to Clell
Solether, lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, block 40,
Weslaco.
P. W. Barron to Carmen G. Pa
lacios, lots 1 and 2. block 4, La Pa
loma Addn. to McAllen. $475.00.
Carmen G. Palacios to Isidore
Cavazos, lots 1 and 2, block 4. La
Paloma Addn. to McAllen. $500.00.
W. Drummond to Mrs. H. C. Daw
son, lot 11. block 17, Sec. 2, Laurel
Hill Cemetery. $50.00.
First National Bank of Mission to
C. V. Lysinger, lot 2, block 15, section
B Laurel HtU Cemetery. $10.00.
Henry A. Davis, et u" to First
Methodist Episcopal Church, South,
lot 7, block 13. Weslaco. $3000.00.
First National Bank of McAlkn
to S. P. Metzger. E. 7.18 acres of W.
29.36 acres lot 9, Hidalgo Canal Co.
First National Bank. McAllen to
S. P. Metzger, E. 22.18 acres lot
16, Sec. 13. Hidalgo Canal Co., same
deed as before.
El Jardin Athletic
Carnival Success
Due to the splendid co-operation
of patrons, the athletic association
of El Jardin high school realized
a neat sum from its carnival held
at El Jardin school building for the
purpose of raising funds for ath
letics.
The main attraction of the eve
ning was the coronation of the
queen. Maurine Barnes, who was
elected to the honor by students.
“Ipta,** the mysterious thing
which neither eats nor sleeps, but
grows bigger every day, was viewed
by many and found to be every
thing that it was advertised to be.
MIAMI
and
NEW YORK
SPECIAL SAILINGS
S. S. Algonquin
From Gehreston Wed. Nov.27, Dee. 11,85
%
A big, deluxe steamer with spacious Wf
lounges, tea rooms, orchestra, dancing, ^
deck sports and other social activities. f ^
Also S. S. "HENRY R. MALLORY" W
from Galveston Sats. Nov. 9,23, Dec. 7, a
21 and every other Saturday thereafter. p?
Take your car. Rolled aboard. No crating.
Freight tailings Wednesdays and Saturdays.
Apply Railroad Ticket Agents or
clyde^mallory
W, Q. Hodgson, Com I Agent w *%/% j
922 Kirby Building, Dall.y Tel: Dallas 7-1742 / Lr/Xv'dL
Hugh B. Vfight Gcnl Agent. Galveston *
I HOME
Smu/GHIS
CAPITOL
“The Saturday Night Kid came
to the Capitol yesterday to the tune
of well-deserved rounds of applause
from audiences there. “The Satur
day Night Kid/* be it known, is
Clara Bow herself; the smash-bang,
love em and cleave to 'em red
headed “It" girl.
This time she is a zippy, ambi
tious little sales girl In a big depart
ment store. She falls for James
Hall, handsome floor-walker, but he
begins to forget her when he gets a
promotion from his boss. In order
to make him think her more de
sirable Clara deliberately establishes
a “rep” for herself as a Saturday
Night Kid. a girl who makes a date
with a different “swell guy” ever)'
Saturday night.
Son of Mission
Couple Honored
(Special to The Herald. )
MISSION. Nov. 8.—Louis Alsmey
er, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Als
meyer, and county agent in Flori
da, has recently been awarded a
gold medal and a trip to Chicago
by the Soil Improvement commit
tee of the National Fertilizer asso
ciation in recognition of his out
standing work.
This award is made annually by
the committee to each of the three
county agents of the south whose
work is most noteworthy. Mr. Als
meyer is the first Floridan to re
ceive the honor.
NEW BUILDING
STARTED HERE
_ I
Clay A McDavitt to B« In
New Location on
Washington
Construction wrok hss been
started on an attractive building
in Brownsville, which will house the
Clay and McDavt' *, store, no\. lo
cated on Elizabeth street.
The new building is located on
Washington street between Tenth
and Eleventh and will represent
an investment of close to $10,000.
I It is being built by the . oung es
tate.
The structure will be 50x110
feet, one story, and built of brick
tile and stucco, with a reinforced
concrete foundation.
Ben V. Proctor drew plans for
It and Proctor and Dudley have the
contract for construction. Mater
ial has been moved to the site and
work on the foundation is being
done now.
Clay and McDavitt expect to
move to the new location January
first.
This store is one of the old bus
iness houses of the city, having
been establish in 1912. It has
been located in the present site,
between Eleventh and Twelfth
on Elizabeth street, for a number
of years.
The store carries complete lines
of leather goods, Including sad
dles and harness, hardware, farm
implements and sporting goods.
Attractive display windows will
be furnished in the new location,
and larger space will be available
for the stock of the firm.
Clay and McDavitt will occupy
the entire building.
Edinburg Baptists
to Hold Institute
(Special to The Herald)
EDINBURG, Nov. 8.~Special
Baptist Sunday school workers will
be in Edinburg next week to con
duct an institute beginning Sun
day and continuing throught the
week. r. Jut! B. Holt, pastor of
the Baptist church, has announced.
Classes are to begin at 7 p. m.
each evening. Inspirational speak
ers will be Invited to the services,
and several state and other widely
known workers will participate in
the institute. A complete religious j
. census .of Edinburg will be made
Sunday after .oon.
Itchina InBtBnt- toothing relief or
_ , . _ “ money bsek. Use PAZO I
P I LE S OINTMENT. Try it for
A • • Itching, Blind, Bleeding or
QUICK Protruding Piles. Successful i
DaIIaI1" most stubborn css**. Ask
KBIiei for pazo OINTMENT. In
convenient, heady tubes with pile pipe
uuchmeat, 75c; cr in tin box, GOc.
I
READY IN TWO MINUTES! '
j A HOT NOURISHING BREAKFAST
SHREDDED
AH the body-building elements of the whole wheat, nothing
added, nothing taken away. So easy to serve and so deli
ciously nourishing. Gives new vigor and life to tired tissues.
Serve with hot or cold milk or fruits.
So Light and Tender j
Made
THE GOOCH WAY
For golden-brown pancakes that melt on your
tongue—use Gooch’s Best Pancake Flour.
This self-rising flour is a perfect Pancake
Flour ready-mixed. You need only add water,
stir and bake. In 10 minutes you are serving
your “best yet” pancakei-fragram, fluffy,
tender.
Ask your grocer how you can get a Wear
Ever Aluminum Pancake Griddle.
OTHER GOOCH'S BEST PRODUCTS
**■•*?***••• VormleatU
m...SUmv Mmemrmmi
_ For Sale by All Good Groc-erg ro,
TODAY, SATURDAY and TUESDAY
QT Tri A T? 5 pounds 77c
L # JLlLAm. With $2.00 purchase other merchandise Jg
1 7*T TTj ANGEL 6-lb. *ack. 27c
X1 JuVJUiV FOOD 12-,b‘ack. 52c
SHORTENING “SS. 12%c
COFFEE Aroma Brand—100% Pure 28c
Pork & leans c™ 31c
Tomato Paste "E 25c
TQpri 3-lb. Can. 65C
6-lb. Can. *1.26
SOAP “.Lrr.2( >c
CORN vr.25c
ToMet Paper “ 36c
PRESERVES 23c
V A TCTID PREMIER BRAND OO^
A 1 Ij UI I4-oz. Glass Jar. I*2*C
Talcum Powder 7Z35c
I ■■■ uhiiit—-——Ml i .. 11■mi in—i— 11— ir-■- -- -.— - ■ ----—
PEANUT BUTTER B“ 15c
SARDINES U”D 15c
CORNED BEEF“c„ 23c
MEAT DEPARTMENT
Nice Fresh Sliced Bacon, lb.32c
Chuck Roast, Lb.22c j
Bacon Squares, Lb.20c
Stew Meat, lb. 18c
9th & Elizabeth Streets Brownsville Texas

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