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Brownsville herald. [volume] (Brownsville, Tex.) 1910-current, April 25, 1930, Image 3

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POST OFFERS
SCHOOL CUP
BAN BENITO, April 25—Members
if the 8an Benito American Legion
Poet last night voted to offer a
loving cup annually for the best all
round student of San Benito high
Khor'
Tmp cup. It was decided, will be
>w*raed not on any one point of
writ, but Its winner will be ad
udged from point of scholarship,
h*racter, leadership and general
btlity.
Among ether projects which the
<*t adopted at the meeting was the
osslbility of forming a Bov Scout
TOp In Mexiquita. The idea will
e studied out and plans nresented
or other Boy Scout activities at
)e next meeting.
W. W. Housewrieht offered his
'slgnation as adjutant cf the post
(to pressure of business, and
executive committee is to name
auccessor within the next few
i.
he Legion also laid plans to
: the attendence cun at the con
tion of the 15th District to be
l fn Three Rivers May 18. The
will be given the post travelline
greatest number of miles to
meeting, and Is not to be
rded on the number of at tend
Blther summary
rlc pressure continued
r high over the great cen
sus and moderately low
Rocky Mountatln region
;terdav morning. Light
showers occurred in the
>rn and western states
^ntMair weather continued over the
astern two-thirds of the country
Since last report. Temperatures are
hBderating In the northern states
nd readings were near the season
I average practically throughout
he country this morning.
BULLETIN
r ‘ figures, lowest temperature
WEjfi itfht: second highest yester
day; third, wind velocity at 8 a. m.
fourth, precipitation It last 24
hours.
Amarillo . 54 76 .. .20
Atlanta . 44 62 .. .00
Austin . 60 84 .. .00
BROWNSVILLE.... 67 81 .. .00
Clacary . 40.50
Cleveland . 36 42 16 .00
Corpus Christ! .... 70 76 12 .04
Dallas . 58 78 12 .00 ;
>1 Rio . 66 84 .. 02
Dodge City . 50 62 10 .00
51 Paso . 54 82 .. .00
•■•ort Smith . 52 68 16 .00
Houston . 62 82 10 .00
lacksonvllle . 60 70 .. .00
Cansas City . 46 62 .. .00
Memphis . 46 66 .. .00
diami . 66 80 .. .18
lew Orleans . 60 76 .. .00
Dklahoma City .... 54 72 .. .00
>alestine . 56 76 .. .no
*ort Arthur . 64 80 .. .on
toswell . 50 80 .. .06
5t Louis . 42 56 .. .00
Jt. Paul . 34 52 .. .00
Halt Lake City .... 46 66 .. .1.1
Jan Antonio . 64 80 .. ,QC
Janta Fe . 38 66 .. .72
Sheridan . 50 66 .. 16
jhneveport . 56 68 .. .oo
Washington . 38 50 .. .00
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Furnished by Valley Abstract Co.
McLeod Hood Co. to Ira B. Jones:
the northeast five acres blk. 71 Mc
l Leod-Hood Prop. 1 $7950.00.
McLeod Hood Co. to Katherine
A. Harris: blk. 83. McLeod Hood
Prop. 1, 5 acres $8450.00.
Valley Orchards Rel. Co. to Mc
Leod Hood Co.. Northeast five acres
block 71, McLeod-Hood Prop. 1.
cont. 5 acres $10.00.
Valley Orchards Rel. Co. to Mc
Leod-Hood Co.; all block 83. cont.
5 acres, McLeod Hood Prop. 1.
$10.00.
Valiev Orchards Rel. Co. to Mc
Leod Hood Co.; West 4.92 acres
block 48. McLeod Hood Prop. 1
$10.00.
Valiev Orchards Realty Co. to
i McLeod-Hood Co.; South t*o and
' one half acres of S. E. five acres
block 68. McLeod Hood Prop. 1, 2.5
ac. $10.00.
Citrus Dev. Co., Inc. to J. W.
Hoskins: the southwest one fourth
blk. 1. Potter Sub. with the ex
ception of 4-10 ac. $17,600.00.
W. F & Sarah J. Greenslade to
Sam J. Baker; lots 9. 10. 11. blk. 9
second Addn. San Benito $10.00.
W. K. Ogle. Ola M. Ogle to John
Coleman; West 15 86 acres out of
the south 19.86 acres farm blk. 38,
Minn. Tex. L. & I. Co. La Feria
Grant $7137.00.
The Al Parker Sec. Co. to Byron
A. Morgan. Louise D. Morgan; the
north five acres of the south ten
acres of the west 19 66 acress block
81 Minn. Tex. L. <fc I. Co.'s Sub.
La Feria Grant $5000.00.
Valley Dev. Inc. to Dr. Brooke I.
Jamison; all of block 2, Valley
Dev. Inc. Hosfeld Park Sub. of east
half of Georgetown R. R. Co.’s
section of survey 20. 10.05 $12,000.
uu. .
C H Colein tr. to B. C. Mitchell.
Pearl Mitchell; all farm blk. 355,
Sh 1. E. S. Gt. San Benito Irriga
tion Co. $10 00.
Sabas Medrano. Margarita Cas
tillo de Medrano to Jose Cortez:
lot 10 blk. 9. West Harlingen Ad
dition $1.00.
T. R. Sibson to J. W. Black: town
lots 13. 14. blk. 17, Orig. townsite
Santa Rosa. $600 00.
T. R. Sibson to J. W. Black: lot
15 blk. 17. Orig. townsite Santa
Rosa $300.00.
John Coleman. Olive Coleman to
H. A. LUe; South 4 80 acres of the
north 9 80 acres block 59. Hooks
Hodees Sub. 1, La Feria Grant.
$2400 00. ;
Enrique F. Valentin to Maria G
de Ramirez: lot 12 blk. 28. Bella
Vista Addn Paredes Adnn Browns
ville $10.00.
Civdp L. Owens. Katharvn Owens
to F. W. and Thelma Markussen;
lot 11 blk. 80, West Brownsville.
$10.00.
J. R Roberts to S Finlev Ewing:
lots 7. 8. 9, 10. 11. 12. blk. 104 lots
10. 11. 12, blk 106, Orig. townsite
Harlingen $10.00.
J. R. Roberts to S. Finley Ewing:
lots 1. 2 3. blk. 113. Orig. townsite
Harlingen and all lots 1, 2. 3. 4. 5,
6. 7. 8. 9. blk. 126 lots 1 and 2 blk.
127. lot 9 blk. 148, townsite Har
lingen $1000
Osco Morris to A. B. Cavazos;
lot 22 blk 84 Orig. townsite Har
lineen $800 00.
Mrs. Nona Sellers. W. B Sellers
you’ll
find that Kellogg’s Corn Flakes
are ideal for the children’s
supper. Wholesome. Easy to
digest. Packed with flavor and
crispness! Millions of mothers
prefer
crisp Kellogg’s every day#
CORN
FLAKES
£ Welcome for break/att, lunch and dinner
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to W. A. Rasco; lot 8 blk 8, lot 8
blk. 6, Los E ban os Addn. Browns
ville.
Estate of Christopher G. Schctt
by the Louisville tr. Co. Executor
to D. L. Welch: lots 1. 2. 3. blk. 65,
West Brownsville $10.00.
D. L. and Julia Welch to W. E.
Spivey; lot 1 blk, 65, West Browns
ville $10.00.
D. L. and Julia Welch to W. E.
Spivey: lot 2 blk. 65, West Browns
ville $10.00.
D. L. and Julia Welch to W. E.
Spivey: lot 3 blk. 65, West Browns
ville $10 00.
Geo. M. Shaw to Ralph J. Shaw;
40 acres farm lot 31, cont. 40 ac.
40 acres farm lot 136 c ont. 43.72
acres, five acres lot 30 cont. 5 acres,
five ac. lot 31 cont. five acres.
Laguna Vista Tract. Santa Isabel
Grant $10.00.
Arthur Atkins, Emilia Atkins to
Gus Peters; lot 3 Hollingsworth Sub.
of blk. 75. Resaca Front Sub. C. de
C. Gt. $10.00.
HIDALGO COUNTY
W. M. Welch to Effie J. Welch,
*1.00. Lot 218 and Lot 217, Melado
Tract.
W. S. Killough. et ux to Flora
Mills Carter. *10.00. E. 2.5 ac. Lot
4. block 102, Campacuas.
Flora Mills Carter to Sadie F.
Brightman. 810.00. E. 10 ac. Lot 4.
Block 102, Campacuas.
Elizabeth M. Mosser and Chas H.
Mosser to Henry Wehmeyer. 81.00.
Lot 305. Porcion 69 and 70.
Wandeventer National Bank to
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A HEALTH f
Drive It from Your System
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Constipation steals the best out
of your life. Robs you of strength,
vitality, health itself! And many
people do not realize that perpetual
fatigue, coated tongues, bad breath,
are often signs that constipation is
in their system.
You must move poisonous wastes
out of your system and keep them
moving. But there’s a right way
and a wrong way. Pills, drugs and
ordinary cathartics give but tem
porary relief—and their dose must be 1
constantly increased to be effective.
The great natural cleanser is
Kellogg’s ALL-BRAN. A tasty
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Physicians recommend ALL
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You'll like the nut-like flavor of
ALL-BRAN. Eat it in many ways.
{Delicious with milk or cream —
fruits or honey added. Make muffins
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i hotels, restaurants, dining-cars.
Made by Kellogg in Battle Creek,
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ALL-BRAN
Improved in Texture and Testa
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Willacy Co. #. Cont. and Imp. Dist
No. 1. (6400.00. Lot 1, 2, 7 and 8.
block 37. Mo. Tex.
Vandeventer Natinal Bank to
Willacy Co. w. Cont. & Imp. Dist.
No. 1. #6400 00. Lots 11, 12, 13 and
14, Block 37, Mo. Tex.
A. Y. Baker to W. R. Montgom
ery. (10.00. Lot 5, Sec. 24f, Tex. Mex.
A. Y. Baker to W. R. Montgom
ery. (10.00. N 1-2 Lot 7, Sec. 244.
Tex Mex.
U. C. Fattillo et ux to O. J. Blaue.
(10.00. Lou 6. 7, 14, 15, and E 1-2
Lots 8 and 13, Delbridge Subd.
National Loan & Investment Co.,
to Clyde W. Allen, et ux. $2400.00.
Lot 1, Block 4, Hampshire Homes
Subd.
R. A. Henshavr, et ux to H.B.
Seay. $2300.00. Part acre Block 180.
Mercedes.
Julius C. Bottcher. et ux to Bea
trice D. Frase. $825.00. N 1-2 blck.
4. La Blanca Subd. "B \
Fred W. Marria to A. C. Oyler
(1300.00 E. 15.30 ac. Lot 12, Sec. 246.
Tex. Mex.
W. D. Chadick to 8. W. Fordyce.
$10.00. Lot 29. block 2. Queen
Lot 5, Block 130; Lot 21. Block 29;
Lot 21. Block 156, Mercedes.
W. D. Chadick to S. W. Fordyce
$10.00. Lots 15 and 16. Frac. Part
Lot 17, being all Lot 17.
W. D. Chadick to S. W. Fordyce.
$10.00. Lots 5 and S. 10' Lot 4. Block
21. Mercedes.
W. D. Chadick to S W. Fordyce.
(10.00. Part Block 2, Mercedes.
W. D. Chadick to S. W. Fordyce.
$10.00. Lot* 1, 2, 3, and 4. Block 11,
Mercedes; Lot 8 and N 1-2 7, Block
32, Mercedes.
W. D. Chadick to S. W. Fordyce
$10.00. Lots 15 and 16, Frac. Part
City annex, to Mercedes.
W. D. Chadick to S. W. Fordyce. i
$10.00 Lou 16. 17, 18, 19 and 20.
Block 3, East Mercedes.
W. D. Chadick to S. W. Fordyce |
$10.00. S. 40' Lot 8, Block 33, Mer
cedes.
W. D. Chadick to 8. W. Fordyce.
$10.00 Lot 15, Block 68, CapisaUo
District.
W. D. Chadick to 8. W. Fordyce.
$10.00. Lot 33, Block 42, Mercedes.
W. D. Chadick to Frank B. Chad
ick. $10.00. Lot 23 and N. 1-2 Lot 22.
Block 122, Mercedes.
W. D. Chadick to 8. W. Fordyce.
$10.00. Lot 15, Block 125, Mercedes
Palm Heights Subd.
W. D. Chadick to S. W. Fordvce.
$10.00, Lot 49. Block 125, Mercedes
Palm HeighU Addition. Lot 51, block
126. Palm HeighU Addn. to Mer
cedes. Lot 17 and Lots 1. 2. 3. and
Frac. Lot 4. Block 104. Lingergrlnk
Addition to Mercedes.
GET AIRPORT
BALLINGER, April 25—/•P>—Ar
rangements have been completed
whereby Ballinger will have a
municipal airport. Fred Kiechle and
E. T. Braham own the landing field i
and have granted use of It to the i
city.
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See all these tiny flakes?
Thats what makes ’em so
I
Brown’s Saltine Flakes
are the crispiest crackers
you ever saw or tasted.
That’s the reason these
dainty, slightly salted, fla
vorful squares are so deli
cious with soups, salads,
cheese and all sorts of
spreads.
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this handsome model Kid Pump in all colors-Eggshell
... White Mat Kid ... Black Satin and Patent and White m j
Linen that can be dyed any color you want...
I Valley Owned m' perated I
Not only are our week-end specials lower, but we especially invite you to I
I compare our regular everyday prices with what you pay elsewhere. You will
Rj find that they show you a saving of from ten to twenty-five per cent.
These prices good at all Valley Piggly Wiggly Stores, Saturday, April 26th s
I SUGAR “F** *. 49c!
I (with S2.00 purchase other mdse.)_
■ —————BMP1'1 LL Lil . . » —■FWPWE—a ■
I SUGAR .. 47c I
COFFEE ^ELI:H0USE- 36c I
Tomatoes KVf.Y PACK: 5y2c I
Peaches No. 21 2 (large) can .., .25c j
AsparagusNoT^d 17c |
HOMINY?^6c I
COT TP CAMPBELL’S, I
V^/ vJ i All kinds, 6 cans.i/OC I
Apple Butter 3^fBLMANS: 22c j
i Granulated Soap*.‘.1B22c j
| SYRUP r,srBm.74c j
Alcohol S.30c
Shaving Cream S“MS: 25c
1 BOTTLE AQUA VELVA.FREE
■ - -- .. ' ' ' ' !---■»■ - ..
OLIVES^™:.21c
Oatmeal ^E!8M'NUTE.8c
WAX i~'5-.55c
STARCH SGLOSS 4c
Roach HivesCAT0R 29c
Candy Bars )BSrR",h"N","‘ 10c
I These Prices Good At Our Sanitary Markets.
CHUCK ROAST, per pound.23c j
SUCED BACON, Rind off, per pound 32c I
BOILED HAM, per pound.50c I

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