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Herald Classified Ads are the Loud Speakers that Speak in All Languages AUTOMOTIVE 10th & Adams STEVENSON MOTOR CO- Inc Brownsvilit Texas FOR SALE—By owner, one 1927 Chev rolet Lands x in f.lrst-class mechanical condition. $223.00. If interested, call J. W. Stubblefield. Point Isabel. »H7 ONE-TON PORD truck for sale by owner. Perfect condition, ftrst-clasa mechanically; 5 new tlree. 010 Eliza 1*56 LOST ANP FOUND LOST—Small bull dog. brown with white markings on face, chest, small of back Invn *d boy s piaymr.’e. Please phone 1438. BUSINESS NOTICES Having sold my interest In the Alex ander Tire Co., of Brownsville. Texas, to 8. E. Vauter and C. A. Nletert. the public Is hereby notified that the said 8. E. Vauter and C. A. Nletert are re sponsible for all outstanding hill* and e.re also to collect all account* due the said Alexander Tire Co. Dated this 7th day of December. 1929. Harris Alexander.___ NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS The annual rac-Ung of the stock holders of the Merchants National Bank of Brownsville. Texas. Will he held at Its banking house on Tuci day. January 14, 1930. at 3 o'clock p. tr... for the election of directors and the transaction of such other business a* may properly come before the moot ing. E. J. Tucker, vice-president and cashier-1-13._ _*1M NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS The annual meeting of the stock holders of the Rio Grande Valiev Trust Co., of Brownsville. Texas, will be held at Its banking house on Tuesday. January 14. 1930. at 10:00 o'clock a m . for the election of directors and the transaction of such other busi ness as mav properly come before the meeting D. F.Callahan, vice-pre 1 dent—1-13._ *107 j NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS The annual meeting of the stock holders of »he First National Bank in I Brownsville. Texas, will be held at Its j banking house op Tuesday. January j 14. 1030. at 3.30 o'clock p. m., for the election of directors and the trnnsne- | tlon of such other business as may ; proper:y come before the meeting G , C Wagner, vice-president and cashier —1-13._ BUSINESS NOTICES NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS The annual meeting ot the stock holders of the 8»te National Bank, of Brownsville. Texas, will be held at its banking house on Tuesday. January 14. 1930. at 3:30 o'clock p. m , for the election of directors and the transac tion of such other buaineaa as may properl* coma before the meeting. A. H. Fernandez, cashier.—1-13. xl09 NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS The annual meeting of the stock holders of the Texas Bank & Trust Co . of Brownsville. Texas, will be held st its banking house on Tuesday, Jan uary 14. 1930. at 3:30 o'clock p. m. for the election of directors and the trans action of such other business as may properly come before the meeting. Joe Celaym. Jr., cashier —1-13.xllO PERSONAL ~ WANTED—By office girl, roommate. Address x81. care Herald. x81 HELP WANTED WANTED—Mexican girl; must be clean and experienced in working In Ameri can homes No cooking. Apply In forenoons and after 5 p. m. Mrs. Sweeny. 8weony Apartments. xl44 WANTED: Oood housekeeper at once: someone able to take entire charge of home Oood wages. Mrs. A. E. Ander son. El Jardin District. W-224 SITUATIONS WANTED MIDDLE-AGED lady would like posi tion. Experienced as managing house keeper In one ot largest hotels In 3outh Also experienced nurse. Ref erences. Phone 619 or write xl33, care Herald xl35 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES Valley Representative Wanted Established firm with 40 years of suc cessful business experience, rated half million dollars, has an opening In a permanent, successful business that nas unlimited possibilities for a man living In any town in the Valley. No selling, guaranteed monthly Income; business with proven record through out the United States Requires $1400 ca*h Investment, which 1# fully secured vgalnat loss. W.ii be at Reese-Wll Mond hotel, Harlingen, from Sunday. Dec. 15. to Saturday. Dec 21. all this week. Call, write, or wire Paul N Pat rick at above hotel, for personal Inter view. FOB SATiE—Well established Valley business ou plying basts. Well located nd will stand investigation. Price $4000.00. Best of reasons for selling. \ddresa X-~2. rare Herald. x62 Classified Business Directory _ —————— ■ —— "" — ' ■ ARCHITECTS BEN V. PROCTER ENGINEERING CO. Archtitcts—Engineer. 208 Merchant- Bank Bldg. Phone 611 Brownsville, Texas E. G. HOLLIDAY Architect and Builder 400 State Nat. Bank Bldg. Phone 906 A 9 .. * R. NEWELL WATERS Architect 9-12 Security State Bank Building Weslaco. Texas ~ BUILDERS—CONTRACTORS PROCTER & DUDLEY General Contractors 528 Washington St. • Brownsville, Texas Phone 627 E. M. RIDLEY General Contractor Roads, Land Leveling, Plowing, Sub-soiling EXCAVATIONS EMBANKMENTS 408 MERCHANTS NATIj BANK BROWNSVILLE ~ ‘ DRAY—TRANSFER Mason Transfer & Grain Co. bonded warehouse SEEDS or ALL KINDS Light and Heavy Hauling WE MOVE ANYTHING 1105 Adams. Phone 139 ' AUSTIN TR ANSFER COMPANY Crating. Shipping. Hauling Phones 421 and 519 HOTELS—CAFES “ WHITE KITCHEN Famous for lta Cooking—Immaculacy and Service The popular place for business lunches 12th between Elisabeth and Levee REAL ESTATE HER REN REALTY COMPANY Realtors Reese-WU-Mond Hotel Bid*. HarUrwen. Texas valley erntrs groves OCR SPECIALTY Write, phone or call ^ LOS E?BANOS Brownsville’s Supreme Residential Dis trict. carefully restricted, completely improved Home sites from $1200.00. easy terms Jmes - Dickinson Co Realtor!, corner El Jardln Hotel Bldg . Brownsville. _« FCNESAL DIRECTORS REAL ESTATE Riverside Park Brownsville's mo-t exclusive residen tial district. Carefully Improved home sites from $750.00 up. terms. 1-acre •itrus groves planted to trees, modem approvements. 3-years’ care. Riverside Development Company, owners and de velopers. Sales otflce Riverside Boule vard. R'verslde Park. W. M Egan. Bales Director, phone 1398-W. x39 MATRESS 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 Mavericlt-Clarke Litho. Co. 208 Merchants National Bank Phone 617—Brownsville Office Equipment and Supplies HARGROVE S STATIONERY & BOOK STORE Brownsville. Texas FLORISTS BOWYER THE FLORIST, flowers and funeral designs. St. Charles and Pita streets. Phone 312-J. TYPEWRITERS DAVENPORT Typewriter Exchange (Brownsville's Typewriter House) Distributors. New L. C. Smith “Si lent" 8 and Late Corona 4 type writers. Also sell Royal Portables and “Factory” Rebuilts—all makes. , We repair all makes typewriter and adding machines. 1112 Elizabeth St. Phone 1105. WOODSTOCK TYPEWRITER SALES CO. Typewriters—Adding Machines Supplies—Repairs Phone 506— Harl ingen Exclusive Sales end Service UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER COMPANY 123 8. First Phone 295 Harlingen PROFESSIONAL DR. C. RANZELL Chiropractor Electro—Therapy Massage and Bath No. 6. Arcade Building Brownsville. - - - Texas ATTORNEYS RALPH A. DUNKELBERG Attorney at Law Commercial Collections a Specialty 106 Seabury. George and Taylor Building Brownsville. Texas _______________________________ H. B. GALBRAITH Attorney at Law Merchants National Bank Bldg. Brownsville. Texas H. L. YATES Attorney at Law State National Bank Bldg. Brownsville try a Herald Classified Ad BCSINESS OPPORTUNITY FOR RENT—One sales room and Borage 65 by 100 ft. Splendid location on highway. One store room 23 by 40. on highway, one block from high school. One sales room and garage. 50 by 90 ft., good location, two doors from high way. Address P. O. Box 255, or tele phone 410 or 261. ,*100 ARTICLES FOR SALE BRIGHT CANE HAT for sale; $17 per ton, delivered. Bailey Kee, Phone 13D3-W,W-193 FOR SALE—Bet of fixtures and other fixtures. San Benito Mere. Co., San Benito. Texas. *134 BRAND NEW Baby Orand piano, stand ard maks. at about half price. Easy terms. Phone 868-J or write Box 562. Brownsville, Texas.*153 POR 8ALE—Cheap. 30 pounds shsUed pecans only. H. B. Marks. Market. xl36 FRUIT FOR SALE—Tangerines. Valencia oranges, small Marsh Seerleas. W. C. Swarner. Mercedes. Tsx. *146 WANTED TO BUT ONE THOUSAND dollars worth at Lib erty Bonds. Address x95, cars Herald. x93 LAND FOR RENT - FOR RENT—Cptton Land. 500 acres, on concrete, bedded up and ready to plant. Plenty of moisture to mature a crop. M. E Mitchell, La Ferla. Texas. xl50 FOR RENT—50 acres potato land, irri gated. Call at 101 Adams Steet. or phone 561. T-97 FINANCIAL FOR SALE—44 shares International Drug company stock, worth $100 a /•hare, with discount of 20* i to buyer. l>auro Maya. Box 1063, Brownsville. xisi FOR SALE—Limited amount of Gate way Bridge stock. Address x37 care Herald. *37 I .....- - - ....— , LIVESTOCK—POULTRY WE ARE booking orders for January delivery of baby chicks from the best flocks In South Texas. Reds. Rocks. Wyandottes. Orpingtons, and White Leghorns. Write or call for price list. Book your orders early for early chicks. Cameron County Chloterles. La Ferla. Texas. X31 POLICE PUPPIES—For sale. Mrs. Staf ford. 1719 Hayes. Phone 1075-J. xl39 FOR SALE—My fine dairy herd at a bargain. Will sell cattle end rent pasture with good retail route. The cattle are In good shape and clean of ticks. Apply to T. H. Poag. Mercedes. Texas. xl26 GERMAN ROLLER CANARIES—Make splendid Christmas gifts. We have six excellent songbirds for sale. Call at Gimble’s Millinery shop. 1155 Elizabeth street. xl37 FOR SALE—Baby chicks from the Val ley's best flocks. We do custom hatch ing. O. R. Slbson Co, La Ferla. Texas. W-108 REAL ESTATE BEING AN ABSENTEE owner. I here with offer until further notice 37 acres known as Lot 1. Block I. Evans' Sub D:vision Donna Irrigation District. Hi dalgo County. Texas, in exchange for Kansas property or on regular sale at! a bargain Robert 8. Campbell, Box 392. Wichita. Kansas. *154 FOR 8ALE—Donna property and 13 acres near La Blanca. Robt. Rhodes, ad ministrator. Donna. Texas. xl48 . _ .... . ... —. For Sub-Division 160 Acres Located 4 blocks from the high school and closer to Brownsville than the exclusive Los Ebanos Subdivision. Winding resace run ning through property offering natural lake front sites for sub division. This property Is for sale by owners and can be bought at a very attractive price. Henson-Lo msx St Houston and Brownsville Development Co. W-191 INVESTIGATE SUMMIT PLACE THEN INVEST In Brownsville's new business and residential sub-division, located on 13th and 14th streets, one mile from Gateway Bridge, on the main thorough fare leading to the proposed ship channel, municipal air port. rten farming tistrlct of El Jardln. and Boca Chlca Beach. Easy terms. Ten per cent down, balance 5 years to pay. Jesse Dennett. phone427. Brownsville. Texas. FOR SALE—1 acre grepefrult grove Just outside of city limits. City water, gas, and electricity. Excellent homesite. Call W. Ml Egan. 1388-W. *40 LOTS FOR SALE LOS EBANOS ESTATES Investigate the most beautiful ei% ur ban development In the Valley, imme diately north of Brownsville. Tracts of one acre up. under Irrigation. For sale. James-Dlcklnson Company. Real tors. corner El Jardln Hotel Bldg. *98 WILL SELL 4 modern lots, plenty of orange and grapefruit trees. Paving paid out. On corner Grant and 16th St. Make me an offer. 4 lota. 4-room and bath frame bouse, gas. water, lights. Plenty of oranges. Terms. Hayes at 16th. E. B. Gordon. W-222 FOR SALS—Corner lot. good business location. 9th and Madison. Inquire of owner. Box 244. City. *43 HOUSES FOR SALE FOB SALE—New 3-room cottage with furniture. $700.00 cash. Leaving city. 1423 Roosevelt Street. Victoria Heights. C. K. Harlan. *124 FOR SALE—Practically new 5-room house with bath. gas. automatic water heater. Located on pavement. • Will sacrifice for $2600.00. Terms. See W. A. Raaco or phone 941-J. *104 SACRIFICE—Thoroughly modern 5 room house. Best buy In Browns ville. Small payment down, balance like rent. Mrs. Florence Stafford, owner, 1719 Hayes. Victoria Hsaphta, Phone 1075-J.*138 WANTED—REAL ESTATE ONE LOT on either Washington. Ad ams or Jefferson St. between 8th and Palm Blvd. Give beat cash price. Wallace Harwood. Phone 1023. *70 * RENTAL PRACTICALLY tllW store building, 16*55; attractive front. Elizabeth street. Rent $75.00. 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To insure publication same day copy should be presented not later than 10:00 a. m. Copy for Sunday Issues should be In not later than 8:00 p. m Saturdays to Insure proper classification. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES 20 words or less, one insertion, 30c Over 20 words, one insertion. per word.Uic Subsequent Insertions run con secutively. per word .lc Minimum...10 words. By month, per word.....25c No classified advertisement ac cepted for less than.30c LOCAL READER RATES Readers, per word.4c Readers, per Inch .$120 Second and third days. 3»/*c per word; fourth, fifth and sixth days, 3c per word; 7 consecutive days. 2lie per word. Legal notices lc per word each In sertion. APARTMENTS 4- APARTMENT, frame building. Eliza beth street. Phone 1237 from 9:30 to 11:30 mornings, or address xll4 care Herald. X114 3-ROOM MODERN APARTMENT With garage. West Brownsville. Phone 705 X152 FURNISHED APARTMENT—Elizabeth street; lights, water and gas furnished. Reasonable. Call 1237 mornings. xl33 3-ROOM APARTMENT. hot #ater. new house; also 2-room apartment. Telephone 946-W. xll6 FURNISHED APARTMENT In duplex Garage. 1133 W. Levee. Phone 818-J. xll5 ALONSO APARTMENTS-Nicely fur nished. Corner 6th and Levee. Phone 839. xl42 Furnished 3-room apartment with gas. lights, telephone, garage. $30. Phone 911. W-77 FOR RENT—Newly reflnlshed apart ment In duplex. 1620 West Elizabeth, or call 1119-W. xl29 CONLEY APARTMENTS—3 rooms, hot water and gas. 131.00 and $36 00 per month. Phone 847-W. Nebraska Apartments. Furnished, frlgl dalre. Furnished and unfurnished cot tages. Jefferson and Fourteenth- Phone 1194. V-71 FOR RENT—Newly furnished apart ment in duplex. 1112 W. Elizabeth. Phone Carlos O. Watson. W118 FOR RENT; New apartments and rooms Phone 957-J. 8-170 Light Housekeeping rooms; hot water, Electricity, Gas; down town; reason able. 1407 Elizabeth. X3 FOR RENT — Furnished apartment. Lights, water and gas furnished; $27.50 per month. Also two desirable sleep ing rooms. Phone 189. X21 FURNISHED ROOMS FURNISHED BOOMS—South exposure, very close In; reasonable. 942 Levee. T-112 FURNISHED room. Private home; meals IX desired. 702 Levee. Phone 400. ' x71 NICE BEDROOM In private residence All conveniences; $4 00 per week. 622 St. Charles, phone 658. x49 HOUSES FOR RENT—5-room house, corner West 12th and St. Charles. Phone 722. W-131 FOR RENT—Newly furnished 5-room house, with bath. gas. automatic water heater, garage, concrete drive, good neighborhood. Phone 941-J. X155 FOR RENT—1304 Washington street. 5 room house; gas. all modern conveni ences. Good neighborhood. Phone W C. Craig,x52 FOR RENT; House located at 1323 Wa.ihlngton Street. Eight rooms, bath, closets, kitchen, two garages, gas and water connectioni Apply above address or phone 20 or 72a 5- room house with garage and gas. $30 00. Phone 911. W-238 FOR RENT—5-room house with 'bath, gas. instantaneous water heater, shades: choice neighborhood. Will furnish If desired. Mrs. W. A. Ras co, phone 941-J. x!05 FOR RENT—5-room cottage; hot wa ter heater, gas. and other modern con veniences. Phone 110. X140 LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT SHERIFFS SALE The State of Texas) County of Cameron) Notice is hereby given that by virtue of an Order of Bale Issued out of the Honorable District Court of Cameron County. Texas, on the 16th day of December 1929 by John P. Scanlan, Clerk of said Court for the sum of $3,981.28 and costs of suit, uncfcr a Judgment in favor of S. L. Tamer. Guardian of the Estate of Baldwin G. 8tegman. Uriah Lott Stegman. Judith Steg man and Harry Loew Stegman minors, against R. L. Peters and J. 8. Houser in a certain cause in said Court numbered 8082 4nd styled; 8. L. Turner, Guardian vs R. L. Peters et al. placed on my hands for service. I. John Martin, as Constable of Cameron Countv Texas, did on the 16th day of December 1929. levy on certain real estate situated in Cameron Countv Texas, described as follows, to-wit: All those certain tracts, pieces or parcels of land lying and being situated In Cameron County. Tex as. out of the Espiritu Santo brant J. 8. de la Garza, original grantee and out of Partition Share No 19 of the Paredes Portion of said grant located in what is -mown as “Tom more particularly described as fbllows:— First Tract • Beginning at the southwest corner of a tract of land containing ll acres more or less, for the north west corner of this tract; thence South 44 degrees 28 minutes west along and following an old fence dividing this tract on the west from Jesus Villarreal’s field about 203.8 varas to a post said fence far Today’s Radio Features TUESDAY, DECEMBER 17 tBp Th« A siociatc& Press) Programs In Centra! Standard time All time Is P. M. unless otherwise indicated. Wavelengths on left of coil letters, kilocycles on right. 4MJ-WEAF New York-880 (NBC Chela) 6:00—Utica Jubilee Singers—Also WSAI WHAS WSM WWJ WOAI KOA KS'L 6:10— Universal Safety Series (15m.)—Also WSaI WDAF WLS WSM WKT KTHS WOAI KOA WOW WEBC KVOO WMC WSMB WSB WHAS 7:00—Songs of th# Season, Women's Octet—Also WWJ W8AI KSD 7:30—Popular Half Hour—Also WSAI KSD WLS WHO WOW WDAF WWJ •:0O—Feature and Orch.—WGY WTAM WWJ WON KSD WHO WDAF KSTP WEBC WHAS WSM WMC WSB KVOO WOAI •■‘00—Eskimos—Also WWJ WSAI WOW KTW KSD WHO WDAF KSTP WHAS WSM WMC WSB WOAI WTMJ KPRC WKT WEBC WFAA »:S0— Radio Vaudeville. Stage Stan—Also WOT WWJ WSAI KSD WHO WOW WDAF WTMJ KSTP WEBC WJAX WIOD WHAS WSM WMC WSB WAPI WFAA KPRC WOAI WKT KTHS WIBO WTAM 10:30— Phil Spitalny's Music—Also WWJ WOW WAPI 11:00—Hal Kemp's Dance Orchestra—WEAF 546.6—WABC New York—«60 (CBS Chain* «:00-Hour from Niagara Falls-Also WQHP WMAQ 7:00—Blacks tone Program—Also WGHP KMBC KOIL WCCO 7:S0—Romances—Also WADC WOWO KMOX KOIL WHK KMBC WQHP «:0O—Paul Whiteman's Band in Dance Music—Also WADC WGHP WBBM WOWO KMOX KMBC KOIL WSPD WHK WCCO KLRA WLAC WDOD WBRC WREC KKJF KTSA WISN WDSU WFBM KRLD KFH KSCJ 9:00—Mendosa Orch—Also WADC WKRC WGHP WBBM WOWO KMOX KMBC KOrL WHK WFBM KLRA KFJF KRLD WCCO WISN W1BW 9:30—Marjorie Oelrlch* Tells a Story—Also WFBM WLAC WISN WHK WBRC WSPD WADC WREC WDOD KOIL KLRA KMOX 10:00—Will Osborne's Orchestra—Also WBRC WOnP WREC WISN WDOD KFH KOIL KMBC KLRA _ 10:30—Roy Ingraham's Orch—Also WBRC WISN WFBM WCCO WREC WDOD KOIL KLRA WOWO KFH KMBC WGHP 394.S—WJZ New York—700 (NBC Chain) 7:00—Edwin Franko Goldman Band-AIso WJR KTW KWK WREN KSTP WTMJ WEBC WHAS WMC WJAX WSM WSB WCKY WIOD KFAB 7:30—Around the World, Vocal ft Pasternack Orchestra—Also KDKA WJR WLW KWK KYW WREN WHAS WSM WMC WSB WSMB 8:00—Musical Melodrama-Also KDKA KYW KWK WLW WREN 8:30—Minstrels—Also KDKA KTW KWK WREN WJR WTMJ WCKT 9:00—Novelty Orchestra—Also KDKA KWK WREN WON WJR 9:30—Stan of Melody. Vocal and Orchestra—Also KDKA WJR KWK 10:00—Slumber Music Hour. String Ensemble—Also KDKA W REN 10:30—Amos *n' Andy-Only to WMAQ KYW KWK WREN WTMJ KSTP WEBC WKY WFAA KPRC WOAI WDAF CENTRAL CLEAR CHANNEL STATIONS ."iSSfr 293 9—KYW Chicago—1020 «:*0—Uncle Bob (Walter Wilson) 6:00—Orchestras; Lads 7:00—WEAF A WJZ (24 hr«.) 9:30—Dance Orchestra 10:00—News A Dance (10 m ); WJZ 10:45—Dance Music (34 hrs.) S44 6—WENR Chicago—«70 7:15—Farmer's Farmer 9:00—Home Circle Concert 10:00—Music Parade: Grab Bar 11:20—Mike A Herman: Gossip 12:00—DX Air Vaudeville 416.4— WGftl.WLIB Chicago—720 6:0<>—^Juin: Ensemble: Comedians 7:00—Radio Floorwalker .7* 7:30—Dance Orchestras ; * 00—WEAF A WJZ (14 hrs.) Ti 9:30—Jim and Joe i 10:00—News; Feature: Dance (24 hrs.) 344.6—WLS Chicago—870 i 6:30— Supper Time: Books: Angelus 7:30—Same as WEAF (30m.) 6.00—Hour of Music 447.5—WMAQ Chicago—670 5:15—Topsy Turvy: Story Time 6:00—Hour from WADC 7:00—Lecture; Howard O'Brien 7 30—Musical; Local History 8:30—Concert Orchestra Hour 9:30—The Three Doctors ’ in 00—Dan A Sylvia; DX Club 10:30—Amos-Andy: Concert Orch. * 11:00—Dance Music (3 hrs.) 423.3—WLW Cincinnati—700 6:00—Hour of Orchestras 7:00—Stepper*: Scrap Book 7:30—The Sohians: Bubble Eloweri R-30—Hour from WJZ 9:30—Concert frog.; Band It oo—Chime Reverie* 12:00—Dance and Variety UK hra.) 299.8— WHO Dee Molnee—1000 8:00—Decker'* Iowan*: Radloet 7:00— Studio <80 m.): WEAF (3 hr*.) 10:30—Classical Program 398.8— WCX-WJR Detroit—790 8:00—Amos; Chime*; Entertainer* 7:00—WJZ (1 hr.): Cigar Girl* 3:30— Same as WJZ <1 hr.) 9:30—Orchestra: In Shadowland *>*30—Orch.; Organ: Orch.; <1H hra.) 298.5—WOWO Ft. Wayne—1180 8:00—Hour of Features 7:00—Financiers: Quartet 7:30—WABC Programs (3 hrs.) 370.2—WCCO Minneapolis..*!. Paul—810 8 00—Farm Plan: PUno: Books 7:00—WABC <30 m>: Orchestra 8:00—Same as WABC (1V4 hrs.) 9:30—Aristocrats; Bridge Game 10:30—WABC <30 m): Old Settler* , 275.1—KMOX St. Louie—10*0 5 50—Kiddies’ Club: Male Chorus 7:00—Feature Program 7:10—WABC Programs (2% hrs.) 10 OO—Willie * Lillie: Sports 10.30—Dance Music <1H hrs.) 283—KVOO Tulsa—1140 8:C9—WEAF <80 n» ); Chocolate* 7:00—Walton League; Studio 7:30—Musicals <3J m.): WEAF (1 h.5 SOUTHERN CLEAR CHANNEL STATIONS 405.2—WSB Atlanta—740 • :00—Orch.: WEAF (13m-); Mast# 7:00—WEAF & WJZ C«i hrs.) 2«3—WAPI Birmingham—1140 9:00—Studio (SO m ): WEAF Pro*. !?:«•—Soloist; WEAF; Soloist 374.8—WBAP Fort Worth—800 *-no—Studio Program *:3'»—Barn Dance: Fiemakers 7:30—Radioet and Features (114 hrs ) 2B8.S—KTHS Hot Spring#—1040 8:00—String Trio (15 m.>; WEAF 7:00—Barn Dane* Hour 8:00— Hour from WEAF 10:30—Dane* Music (30 m.) 365.0— WHAS Louisville—020 6:00—WRAP (30 m): Orchestra 7:00— WEAK & WJZ (3)4 hrs.) 10:30—Reporters: Homing Program 11:10—Dance Music 461.S—WSM Nashville—680 «:W—WEAF (30m.); Orchestra 7!(M»—WEAK & WJZ (3*4 hrs.) 10:30—Musical Program KWWG—1"Voice of the Border* Brownsville. Texas Dally, except i^nday—On air 20 a. m. to 1 p. m. Back oc air at 4 p. m. with Valley news and Associated Press dispatches from The Brownsville Herald. Remain on air on til 7 p. m. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT the southwest corner of this tract; then south 48 degrees 56 minutes east along and following an old fence dividing this tract on the south from Jesus Villarreal's field about 442.9 varas to the Rio Grande for the southeast corner of this tract, thence north 49 degrees. 33 minutes east down said Rio Gran de following its meanders to a point on said river where an old fence dividing this tract from the afore mentioned tract of Refugio Falcon de Villarreal’s strikes said river from the northeast corner of this tract, the same being the southeast corner of the tract of said Refugio Falcon de Villarreal; thence north 64 degrees 5 minutes west along and following the old fence divid ing this tract on the north from the tract of the said Refugio Fal con de Villarreal about 478.1 varas to the place of beginning and con taining more or less. 21.2 acres of land. Second tract:--Beginning at a post in an old fence l ing the southwest corner of the 13 acre tract more or less, belonging to Camllo Garcia for the northwest corner of this tract; thence along and following an old fence south 41 degrees 45 minutes west about 139.7 varas to a post on said fence for the southwest corner of this tract and being the northwest cor ner of a tract containing more or less 21 acres of land belonging to and known as “Telesforo Solis Lower Field.” Thence* along and following an old fence dividing this tract on the south from said Teles foro Solis' Low-er Field south 64 degrees 5 minutes east with said dividing fence about 478.1 varas to the Rio Grande for the southeast corner of this tract; thence down said River following its meanders to a point on said river where an old fence dividing this tract on the north from the above mentioned tract of Camlio Garcia strikes the river for the northeast corner of this tract: thence along and fol lowing said division fence north 63 degrees 55 minutes west with said division fence about 484.4 var as to the place of beginning con taining more or less 11.6 acres: said two tracts of land containing in the aggregate 32.4-5 acres of land more or less and levied upon as the property of R. L. Peters and J. 8. Houser and that on the first Tues day in January 1930. the same be ing the 7th day of said month, at the Court House door, of Cameron County, in the City of Brownsville. Texas, between the hours of 10 a. m. and 4 p. m.. by virtue of said levy and said such Order of Sale I will sell said above described Real Es tate at public vendue, for cash, to the highest bidder, as the property o! said R. L. Peters and J. 8. Hou ser. And In complance with law, I gave this notice by publication, in the English language, once a week for three consecutive weeks immediately preceding said day of sale in the Brownsville Herald, a newspaper published in Cameron County. Witness my hand, this 16th day of December, 1929. JOHN MARTIN, Constable. Precinct No. 2, Constable, Cameron County, Texas. li 12-16-23-30-3t 3628 Air Mail Sched ulea " ] The schedule for tae mail between Brownsville and Dallas la announced oy the paetafflce department as fol lows Southbound— Leave Dallas.. 7:43 a. m Leave Ft. Worth .. 8:15 a. m Leave Waco . 9 20 a. ra Leave Austin . !0:23 a. m Leave San Antonio . 11:30 a. m Arrive Brownsville ........ 3:05 p. a Northbound Leave Brownsville .. 1:35 p. m Leave San Antonio . 4:15 p. a Leave Austin .. 5:10 p. m Leave Waco . 815 p. m Leave Ft. Worth ............ 7:13 p. m Arrive Dallas . 7:33 p. m The schedule for the American alt mall to Mexico City la ae follows: Leave Brownsville .8:15 a. m Arrive Tampico .11:00 a m. Leave Tampico .«..11:30 a. m Arrive Mexico City. 1:45 p.m. Following is the schedule for thi Mexican air mall: Leave Mexico city . 7:43 a. m Arrive Tampico .1940 a. m Leave Tampico • •MieMcceee e 10:25 a. m Arrive Brownsville .12 -55 p. m Following is cue schedule on the Brownsvine-Masatlan Route: Leave Brownsville .. 1 a. m Arrive Monterrey . V:30 a. m Leava Monterrey . 0:50 a. m. Arrive Torreon .. 13:50 p. m Leave Torreon ... 1:90 p. m Arrive Durango . 3:50 p. m Leava Durango . 4:10 p. m Arrive Masatlan ............ 8:10 p. m Return trip: Leave Masatlan ............ 7:00 a. m Arrive Durango ............ 8:00 a. m Leave Durango ............ 9:20 a. m Arrive Torreon .. 11:50 p. m Leave Torreon .. 13:10 p. m Arrive Monterrey ...„. 3:10 p. m Leave Monterrey .......... 4:10 p. m Arrive Brownsville . 8:10 p. m * POSTAL RATES The United States air mall postage rate le 3 cents ror the first ounce and 10 cents for each additional ounce or traction thereof. Letters mailed In the United States for the points in Mexico take this rate. Train Schedules MISSOURI PACIFIC LINES No. 13—To Houston. San Antonio 3:10 a. m. No. 14—To Houston, 1:00 p. m. No. IS—To Houston. San Antonio 4:00 p. m. No. 13—Prom st. Louis. San Antonio Houston. 7:3o a. m. No. 13—Prom Houston. 8:10 a. m. No. 11—Prom San Antonio and Hous ton. 8:53 p. m. SOUTHERN PACIFIC LINES No. 319—Prom Houston. San Anto nio, 8:15 a. m. No. 320—To Houston, San Antonio, 13S p. m. NATIONAL LINES OP MEXICO (Matamoroa Station) No. 132—To Monterrey, Uexioo Olty. 8:05 a. m. No. 131—prom Maxlco City. Monter rey. 330 p. m. RIO GRANDE RAILWAY .... Prom Point Isabel. 4 p. m. To Point Isabel, 930 a. m. Merchants To Meet (Special to the Herald) HARLINGEN, Dec. 17—A meet ing of the secretaries of the Val ley Retail Merchants Associations will be held in Harlingen Tuesday night at 8:00 o'clock at the office of the local association. Matten of Valley-wide interest will be dis cussed. f CHAIMS TO BE MISSING YOUTH Auociattd Pro— Photo A young man who claims to b« Connie Franklin and said he waa . the missing suitor et Tiller Rumlner has caused the prosecution to consider a new grand Jury Investigation of the glrl’a story that five men tortured Franklin to death near Mountain View, Ark., last March.; I— .■■■■■■—...—IK.. l .wS '/ - - ■ . -■ ■ . -.— CAMERON COURTS Suits Piled in the District Courts: No. 9057—Realty Trust Co. vs. Prank C. Brunnemann. et al, Paving Lien. No. 9058—Realty Trust Co. vs Prank C. Brunnemann, et al. Paving Lien. No. 9059—Realty Trust Co. vs Prank C. Brunnemann, et al, Paving Lien. No. 9060—Realty Trust Co. vs Lydia Mltsch. et al. Paving Lien. No. 9061—Realty Trust Co. vs Harlingen Development Co., et al. Paving Lien. No. 9063—Realty Trust Co. vs G. L. Cook, et al. Paving Lien. No. 9063—Realty Trust Co. vs A. L. Brooks, et al. Paving Lien. No. 9064—Realty Trust Co. vs A. L. Brooks, et al. Paving Lien. 28th District Court. Hon. A. M. Kent. Judge. In vacation. 103rd District Court Hon. A. M. Kent. Judge. In vacation. County Court Hon. Oscar Dancy. Judge. Hon. J. F. Whitelaw, Special Judge. Suits Piled: None. County Court at Law. Hon. John Kleiber, Judge. No. 4199—Eulogio Morales et a! vs Eagle Pass Lbr. Co . Dismissed. No. 4205—Otton Zacharias vs. John B. Rodriguez. Dismissed. * No. 4321—Jose G. Tamez vs Pedro Reyna. Judgment for Plaintiff. No. 4322—T. V. Woolam vs The Vfassy Harris Co. Dismissed. No. 4293—E. T. Yates vs Dr. O S. Bremont. Judgment for Defend ant. No. 4030—M M. Landess vs W E Chenoweth. Judgment for Defend ant No. 4303—Samuel CuddIcs En velope Co. vs. James R Skelton, et al. Judgment for Plaintiff. Marriare Licenses * Jacinto Martinez and Cleotildc Salinas REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS For Cameron County, Texas Furnished by Valley Abstract Company Victor Benjamin Nelson et als. to C. C. Henderson All Biks. 9. to 14 Inc. Swan Nelson Sub., Share 12, Esp. Santo Grant. Plat 4-40. ... $11,771.00 G. W. Ganfield et ux. to Helen C. Hall Farm Lots 5 and 8. Blk. 206. cont. 17.59 Acres, San Benito Land and Water Co.. 8ub., Concep cion de Carricitos Grant....0500.00 A. A. Highbarger, Tr. et als. to Nelson Loan Co., 22 Ac. being North 22 ac. Blk 68, El Fresnal Irrig Land Co. Sub. Bert N. Cromack et ux. to Miss Halite MaYtin. 12.75 Ac. of The Jardin Terrace Sub. Plat 5-30.... One diamond stick pin and $4500 00. A. L. Grenat et ux. to J. L. Gre nat et ux. An undiv. 1-2 int. Biks. 18 and 19, W. H. Picher Sub., cont. 39.53 Ac.$10.00 C. L. Jackson et ux. to W. H. Putegnat Co., Lot 2, Blk. 16, City Brownsville .$10.00 HIDALGO COUNTY R. M. Williams, Jr. to E. A. Pel ley. Lots 18, 19,. 21, 22, Block 233, Edinburg .#1000 A. R. Baker, Constable to B. F. Dittmar Co, Lot 7, Block 360, Edin burg ... . A. R. Baker. Constable to B. F. Dittmar Co., Lot 9, Block 117, Edin burg .. $500.00 A. R. Baker. Constable to B. F. Dittmar Co., Lots 11 and 12, Block 25. Weslaco .$1000 Thos. B. Sammons et ux to Ker mis Hickman, W. 9.7 ac. of W. 19.7 ac Lot 37-8, West Addn to Shary land .$6000 00 C. E. McCarty, et ux to Hidalgo Co., W. Imp. Dist No. 6. part Lot 24. Block 230. La Blanca “B’ . Ol.OC C. E. Craig, et ux to Wiliam County W. Control Imp. Dist No. 1, Lot 1. Section 93. Turner Tract. 10 Lot 4. Sec. 92. Turnri Tract .$2070.00 Burton Hughes, et ux to Wiliam Prettiest Traveler ! According to shipping men at Lot Angeles Harbor, who tee all the world voyagers come and go, dur ing the year, this blonde maiden wins the distinction of being 1929*s prettiest traveler. ♦ She it Gladys McConnell, ofJLot^An^ geiea. ; ... * C. W. Control & Imp. Dist. Na J Lot 9 and 16, Block 38, Mo-Texat Subd.$2700.00 John Eisenhower, et ux to 8 Tex. Conference Assn, of 7 day adventist, Lot 7, Block 162. Edinburg ...$10.00 A. J. Wright to Fannie Wright, S 1-2 Lot 8. Block 117, Campacuas 1 Addn. .$1.00 A. J. Wright to Melba Dulcena Wright, SE 5 ac. of N 1-2 Lot 8, Blk. 117. Campacuas Addn...$10.00 A. J. Wright to Cliel Adoniram : Wright. NW 10 ac. of N -12 Lot 8. Blk 117, Campacuas Addn ... $10.00 A. J. Wright et ux to Emma Al etha Wright, S. 20 qc. Frac. Lot 7, Block 117, Campacuas ,....$10.00 Martin Steldcl to Selma F. Stei del, E. 18.64 ac. Lot 11 Sec 238. Tex-Mex....110.00 J W. Cole to J. C. Englemais. Jr. Lots 7 and 8, Section 77, Mo-Texas . $2666.66 Nick Doffing to Robert A Miller, E 1-2 of E 1-2 Block 43. Hill Hal bert Tract Subd....$2250 00 Gulf Coast Sec Co to W. H. Pearce. E 1-2 of E 1-2 Lot 16. Sec. 254 Tex-. .Mex.$3750 00 F. C. Platt to Lloyd M. Bentsen. Lot 44, Bell Woods Co. Subd MC ’ . $3353 50 CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank our manv friend* for the many klndnease* shown us and for the beautiful floral offer ing- sent us during the fttekneas ana death of our beloved husband and father H. Tamayo. Mrs. H. Tamayo and family. ___ Pa. 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