Where There’s a ‘Want’-That’s Where Herald Classified Ads Shine
SUITS FILED IN DISTRICT
Santa Maria Water Improve
ment District. Cameron county.
Number four vs Bertha M. DeWltt,
et vlr. Foreclosure of Tax Lien.
Eugenia Carrisoles de Barreda
vs Crisoforo Barreda, Divorce.
CIVIL DISTRICT COURT
Realty Trust company vs Har
lingen Development company, et
al, Judgement for Plaintiff.
Realty Trust company vs Har
lingen Development company, et
al. Judgement for Plaintiff.
Realty Trust company vs Ramon
Lozano, et al. Judgement for Plain
Jose Lope;: vs Genoveva Juarez
Lopez. Divorce Granted.
Texas Developments, Inc., vs L
B. War mack and Prank Dozier.
Judgement lor Plaintiff.
Texas Development. Inc., vs W.
t S. Dennis, et al. Judgement for
Eagle Pass Lumber company vs
Manuel C. Guerra, et al. Judge
ment for Plaintiff.
Francis 8mith. et al. vs Browns
ville Navigation District of Cameron
county, Texas. Plaintiff take a non
Nettie Watkins Key vs Charles
Edward Key, Divorce Granted.
Oscar C. Dancy. Jr., and Margaret
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
(Furnished by Valley Abstract Co.i
O C. Wilcox to Guy Matthews;
East 7 acres of West 22.16 acres
Blk. 154. El Jardin Sub $1750.00.
Cameron County Lumber compa
ny to Mary C. Loughridge rt vir.:
Lot 1 A and B Block 4. Avondale
8ub Harlingen $10.00.
Los Ebanos Estates Inc. to Sam
Hollett et ux.; lot 8 block 4 City
Brownsville. Los Ebano6 Addn $1.00
and $1467 00
Los Eban06 Estates Inc. to Sam
Hollett et ux.; Lot 9 Block 4. Los
Ebanos Addn. Brownsville. $1539.00.
H. C. Harding to Irrigated Farms
Corpn.; 10 acr*s out of Lots 2I-A.
27. 28. 8ectlon 5. Citrus Gardens
Irrigated Farms Corpn. to Hrnry
Bast: 10 acres out of Lots 21-A.
27 . 28. Section 5. Citrus Gardens
John C. Myvrick et al. to R. H
Sanders; Al^ of west quarter farm
Block 97 Survey 25. Wilson Tract
containing 10 acres. $3,000.00.
E. F. A Ethel John Bohner to
Davis Wade; South 1-2 lot 9 all
lot 8 block 26. Third Addn. San
Benito. $10 00.
J. M Mallory to F C. James;
Lot 3 block 10. West Brownsville
$585 00 and $1065.00
Mrs Julia Rock Smith et al to
William M. Rock; 30.8 acres about
5 1-2 miles above Brownsville Banco
de Santa Rita. $10.00.
The Al Parker Securities Co. to
J. A. Schulgen et ux; North 11.5
acres Block 27. La Feria Gt.. Po
melo Sub. $10.00 A 2000 00 A 1000 00.
Arroyo Gardens Development Co.
to Howard E. Bell et ux.; South
1-2 Block 37. Arroyo Gardens Unit
l. $1 650 A 5 notes 198.00 each A 5
notes 132.00 each.
N. S. Liddell to A. R Liddell;
Lots 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. Block 6.
West Harlingen Addn. Harlingen
N S Diddell to A R Liddell;
Lots 4. 5. L. M. Williams Sub
N. S. Liddell to V. B Liddell;
Lots 2. 3. 4, 7. 8. 9, Newton Addn i
Harlingen; West 20 acres Block 76.
Lon C Hill Sub. $10.00.
Cinco Realty A Finance Co. to
Pedro Lozano et ux.; Lot 15 Block
7 Fourth Addn. San Benito. $10.00
A 260 00
George D Gibson et ux. to John
E Schultz; Fractional part of N.
W. half of Block 7. Hey wood Addn.
San Benito. $10.00 A 750 00 A
J I. Coursey to J. G. Edge: Lot
4 Block 98. Orig Harlingen. $1000
V. L. McCluney to C. B. Wil
liams; 1-2 interest Block 80. con
taining 22 acres Rep. Sub. Btxby
Sub. Caplsallo District. $6,435.60.
The Al Parker Securities Co to
William Woods et ux.; Lot 7 Block
143. town Olmito. $1,000.00.
Eulogio Garza et al. to Eliseo
Gomez; Interest in and to Banco
No. 125. Las Comas Caja Pinia
Land in Mexico. $100.
B. M. Dorrity to A. C. Seabaugh:
AH of West 25.72 acres farm Block
91 Survey 25, Wilson Tract. $10.00 '
A 10 notes $1000.00 each A 1 note ,
■ ■ — ■ ■
P W. Parkins to A R. G. L A I
Co. to $10.00 E. 9 20 ac. of S. 19.20
ac. Lot 14. Block 102. Campacuas.
P. W. Perkins to A R. G. L. A:
I Co. $10 00 Farm Tract 2241,
McAllen Development Co. to O.
G. Crmpbell $5,000.00 Lot 12. McAU
Suburban Citrus Groves Subd.
M A. Scott, et ux to Gordon King
$3500.00 W. 10 ac. of E. 20 ac. of N.
30 ac Farm Tract 795. West Tract.
John H Sharv et ux to 8t. L. B
A M. Ry. Co. $4590 00 Lot < ).
Block 138, Mission Lots 3. 10 A 11,
Block 139. Mission Lots 2. 3. 4. 11.
12 A 13. Block 140, Mission.
Charles M. Rice, et al Trustees
to St L. B A M Ry Co. 820000
100 strip across Lots 5. 11. 12. 13.
A 14. Block 53; 100' Across Lot 13.
Block 59; 100' across Lots 3. 6, 10.
11. 14 A 15. Block 79. Las Meste
nas Ranch Subd.
M C. Patrlke. et ux to J R
Butler $10 00 N. 10 ac of S. 20 ac.
Lot 35-5. West Addn. to Sharyland.
W. 8 Dickey, et ux et aJ to J. R
Butler $2,500.00 Part Lot 40-5, West
Addn. to Sharyland.
A W. Taylor. Sub Tr. to Grade
Callaway $695 00 N 20 ac. Lot 14
Sec. 271. Tex. Mex
John H. Shary to Laurent Jones
$5.750/>o W 10 ac. of E. 20 ac. Lot
45-3, West Addn to Sharvland.
Laurent Jones to J. R Butler
$5750 00 W 10 ac. of E. 20 ac. Lot
45-3 West Addn to Sharyland
Frank Yodar. at ux t« John, at
ux $10.00 Lot 24. Yoder Subd
w. R. Montgomery, tr. to Edln
Today’s Radio Features
KWWG PROGRAM. TUESDAY, P. M.. AUGUST It, 1930
2:30-2:40—Union Mutual Life Insurance Co. Program.
2:40-3:00—"The Old-Timers’ ’’ Club.
3:00-3:03—Weather and river forecasts.
3:03-3:15—Recorded selections by the best bands.
3:15-3:20—Coming attractions at the Publix Theatres.
4:01-4:15—Brownsville Herald news flashes.
7:00-7:05—Complete baseball returns.
7:05-7:30—Glimpses of the worlds greatest recording artists.
8:00-8:30—Mexican AVtatlon Co.
8:30-8:35—Plymouth Motor Car Co. contest.
8:35-8:50—Musical comedy selections.
8:50-9:00—Ten minutes with the great violinists.
PROGRAM. WEDNESDAY A. M., AUGUST 13, 1930
9:00-9.30—Organ recital from the Capitol theatre, Paul Kennard at
9:30-10:00—8tudlo program of semi-classical recordings
12:00-12:03—Weather and river forecasts
12:03-12:15—Organ recital from the Capitol Theatre, Paul Kennard
at the console.
12:16-12:30—Organ Concert Continued.
Daily except Sunday—8:30-9:00 a. m.: 10:30-11:30 a. m.; 4.30—7:00 p. m
Sundav—8 00-9:15 a. m : 12 noon-2 00 p m.
TUESDAY, AUGUST 11
(By Ths Associated Press)
. v*.am* in OntraJ Standard time. P. M. unless other*is* indicated.
434.3—WEAF New York—660 (NBC Chain)
8:00—'Troika Bells, Balalaika Orch—Alao W WJ WSAI WDVF
6:30—Frontier Dais—Also KSD WWJ WSAI WOW WDAF WTAM WOC-WHO I
7:00—orchestra & Feature—Alao WGY WTAM WWJ WGN KSD WOC-WHO
WDAF WHAS W8M WMC WSB KOA KSL KGO KGW KOMO KHq
WSMB WJDX WFJC WSAI WOW
7:30—Bakers—Also WGY WTAM WFJC WWJ WSAI WIBO KSD WOC-WHO
WOW WDAF WTMJ KSTP W’EBC WHAS WMC WSB WSMB KVOO
''KY Kf!A KSL WJDX KGO KOMO KECA KGW KHQ WBAP KPRC
• .00—Sour Bird-Also WTAM WGY WFJC WSAI WIBo KSD WOW nor
_ „ WHO WDAF WWJ; 8:16—Cuddles and Monty—Alao KSD WDAF WWJ ‘
6.30—Radio Vaudeville—Alao WGY WFJC WSAI KSD WOC-WHO WuW
WSMB WOAl KTHS WKY KOA KSL KGO KGW KOMO KHQ WIBO
£51P WJAX WI0D u HAS WSM WMC W SB
WDAF WEBC KECA WBAP KFSD KTAR
1.00— Vincent Lopez Dance Music—Also WWJ KSD WOC-WHO WSMB KOA
WSAI WGY WTAM WMC WJDX
• ;16—Uncle Abe and David—Only to WWJ WSAI WTAM WE.NR KSD WDAK
WEBC WHAS WSM WSB WSMB WJDX WOC-WHO WFJC WOW
WMC WTMJ WAPI
9.J0—Jack Albin Orchestra--Aiso WTAM wnr-WHO WJAX KSTP KOA
10:00—Don Bigelow Orchestra Hour—Also WFJC WWJ WOC-WHO
348 F-WABC Ntw York—860 (CBS Chain)
«:30—H V Ka ‘- ;Urn Edits the News— Also VVADC WHK WKRC WXTS
WOWO VV.MAQ KMOX KOIL KMBC WCCO WSPD
6 45—Melody Muaketeere—Aleo WADC WKRC WAIU WKBN WOWO K3IUX
Ki-CJ KMBC WISN WCCO KFH WBCM WSPD WMT WBRC WDOD
, }'LAt KRLD KLRA KFJF KLZ KDYL KVI KbPY VVDAY
7.00— Minute Dramas—VIso VVADC WHK WKRC WXYZ WOWO WBBM
KMOX KOIL KMBC WISN WCCO KFH WSPD
7:30—Columbians—Also WADC WHK WKRC WAIU WKBN W<iVVO WBBM
KMOX KOIL K6CJ KMBC WISN WCCO WIBW KFH WBCM WMI
a n- wBRi WOOD WREC WLAC KRLD KLRA KFJF KDYL KFRC KVI
^J^and Mrs.—Also WADC WHK WKRC WXYZ WAll’ WKBN VVOWu
J'frgM " KMOX KOIL KMBC W ISN WCCO KFH WSPD WGST
JJBRC WREC WLAC W DSU KRLD KLRA KFJF KTSA KLZ KDYL
KHJ KFRC KOIN KVI KFPY KTRH KOL
6:15—Grand Opera—Also WHK WKRC WKBN WOWO WFBM KMOX
£ScJ KMBC WISN WCCO W IBW KFH W8PD WMT WBRC WDOD
W LAC KRLD KLRA KFJF KLZ KDYL KHJ KFRC KVI
KFPY KOL WDAY W NAX
9.0b—Tony v.abooch—Only *o WHK WXYZ WAIU WFBM WBBM KMOX
• .a !>MBC "-CCO WSPD WMT VVDOD WREC WDSU KLRA WKH
8:15—The CoUeifiane—Also WKRC W KBN W’FBM KOIL KMBC WISN WCCO
"BCM WSPD WMT WBRC WDOD WREC WLAC KLRA KFJF
KLZ KDYL KVI KFPY VVNAX WDAY
9:30—Chicago Variety—Also WADC WKRC WKBN WFBM WBBM KOIt
KMBC WISN WCCO WIBW KFH WBCM WMT WSPD W BRC VVDOD
''LAC KLRA KFJF KLZ KDYL KHJ KFRC KVI KFPY
10 30—Ann Leaf, organist—Also WKRC WFBM KOIL KMBC W18N WCCO
WBCM WSPD WMT W BRC WOOD WREC KLRA KFJF
KLZ KFPY W NAX WDAY KOL
394.5—WJZ New Yerk—780 (NGC Cham)
6:30—Phil Cook-Also VVI.W WHAS WAPI WSB WS.M WLBC WEN ft KWK
^ KKNKFAB WTMJ KSTP WSMB WJDX KTHS KVOO KPP/7 WOAl i
WTOD KOA KSL KGO KECA KOMO KHQ KFSD KGW
i Tricksters—Only KWK WREN KFAB KTHS KOA
#:00~A'^X'ir fc,1"* Orch.-AIro KDKA VVJR W REN KYW KWJjt KSTP W I M.f
. „ ^LBC "HAS WMC >’BAP WSM WSB KFAB WJDX WLW WREN
® *F—TJie Two Troupers-WJZ and Stations
®—HopHin" Bells—Also KDKA KWK WREN WSMB W.IDX WSB WBAP i
7:00—Popular Music—Also KDKA KYW KWK WREN WCKY
7:30—< ahlUoKusr. with Mary Cahill—Also WREN
8:00—salute to Clnclnnati-Also KDKA KYW KWK WEBC WJAX W HAS j
,WMC WSMR KGW KPRC KOA KSL KGO KHQ WTMJ KOMu j
'VBbN WOAl WSB VVIOD KECA WCKY KVOO MSTP KTAR
(.uok<K>t Purlesque—Also KDKA KWK WREN
Hour of Slumh*r Music—Also KFAB WJR
9:30—Vrnos-Andy—W’MAQ KYW KWK WREN WTMJ KSTP WEBC WKY
WF AA KPRC WOAl WDAF KOA KSL KECA KGW WLW KFAB
hSP.-KOMO KHQ WHAS WMC WSM WSB WJDX WSMB KFSD
••U-Flhrd Gibbons—Only to WENR W.1R WLW WREN KFAB KWK
10:00—Dance Orch —Also WREN KSTP WSM KFAB
CENTRAL CLEAR CHANNEL STATIONS
6 oo—W.IZ (JOm.); Orchestra
T:M—WJ2 (30ra.): Feature
7:|»—Oreh. (15m.); tVJZ (XOm.)
8:30—Oreh.: State St.; WJZ
9:45—Dane* Music (*ty hr*.)
8:00— Hoi4j» Circle Concert
9:0A—Comedy; jVKAF: Studio
9:45—Same as wJZ
10:00—Air Vaudeyiira (2 hra.)
6.00—Melodies; Book Shop
* 30—Musical; Songs: Versa
7:30—Concert Hall (30m.)
447.5— WMAQ Chicago—670
8 30—WABC dim.): Trio
7:00—Dra. Pratt and Sherman
7:30—Ttto: Charlla A Molhe
7 00—Dan A Sylvia; Oreh.
'n' Andy: Orchestra
10:00—Danes Music (3 hrs.)
*28.3—WLW Cincinnati— 700
8*00—WJZ 130m.); Dauce
7:00—Bubble Blowers; Orchestra
J-.OO— Los Aml*os; Brooks A Ross
0:00—Arch.; Variety; WJZ
10 00—Variety Programs (JH hrs )
299 8-WOC and WHO—1000
« 30—Sam* as TVfWF flH hrs.)
5:15—Feat (15m ): WEAF (2 hrs )
7.00— Bubble Blowers
7:30—Motors: Boatmen; tUrlf
* 30—Couriers (3»>m.); WJZ
9.00— WJZ (15m.), Investment
9 30—Half Hour from WJZ
1° 00—Variety & Dance (2 hrs.)
370.2—WCCO Mlnneap's-St. Paul—810
* 30—Same as WABC (2^ hrs.)
10;00—Green River Prnirram
11:30—WABC (30m ); Orchestra
2TS.1 — KMOX St. Louis—1090
r on—Feat (SOm.l; WaBC (2% hrs.)
••15— Half Way Round: Adventure
1* On—Rhymster: WtUie & Lillie
10 JO—Kapers; Revue: Orpin
SOUTHtRN CLEAR CHANNEL STATIONS
40 j. 2—WSB Atlanta—740
« on—WJZ & WEAF i J hn >
9:00—Feat. (19m.); NBC (ICrr )
9:*'0—Studio M3tn.); WEAF
9:30—Henry A Percy: Orchestra
10 ?n_Alr Cabaret: VM\ il
13:00—Air Cabaret Hour
9 "9—Ensemb>; Harmony Bo: a
10:00—Music: (Vrh. Variety
374.8—WBAP Fort Werth— 80
• oo—NBC (1 hr i. Feature
7:3*1—WEAF (30m); Feature
* 30— Half Hour from WEAF
2M.3—KTHS Hot Sprinfli—1040
*.30— WEAK (30m.>; Harn Dane#
*•:It—..rtlsts; Orch.; Basso
10.30— Orchestra Music (30m.)
« Ml—WEAF & WJZ <3 hra >
9:00—Orah. <lSm.). NBC (30m )
1'' (•*>—Hurry-L'p Broadway
491 3— WSM Nashville—9:0
f. o_tV.1Z <30rc.>: Scores; Orch.
7 'i'—WEAF (’Vi). Movies
* w—WJZ A A\ t;.AF (I hr.)
:• "'—Feature tiSm ); NBC e’er
9 i-—.lack & l :ll; Dance
burg State Bank Trust Co
♦1.000.00 Lots 3. 4. 5. 6, 7. 8. Block
Lackland-Adkins, Inc. to W. M.
Carter 8500 00 Lots 13 & 14. Block
P. W Perkins to American Com
pany 810.00 Farm Tract 2240. North
CHORUS IN CHIRCH
LONDON, Aug 12.—The Congre
gation of the United Methodits
church at Holmfirth were treated to
a shock—and some to a p’easan*
surprise—when girls of a chorus,
with bare legs and s'ashed skirts,
put on the musical comedy •The
Marriage Market." The minister
frowned on the whole affair, but
the play was presented anyhow.
OLD TIMERS WED
LONDON. Aug. 12— Rev. Arthur
Russell Blackett now has a wife
after all these years to help him
with hlg little rock The minister.
88. unbeknownst to any of the mem
bers of his congregation married a
comparatively young woman in his
pariah. Winifred Herr^, The bride
Hidalgo Fair Only
Two Days This Year
• Special to The Herald.)
MISSION. Aug. 12.—The Hidaigo
county fair, which has opened on
Armistice day heretofore, will be
held in Mission for two dAys only
j this autumn. November 10 and 11,
according to R. C. Jeffries.
Commutes will be appointed im
mediately. and it is expected the
j two days will be full ones.
Polo games and football games
are expected to be a part of the
program, and possibly a beauty
Several of the women's clubs
have been approached by tht
Legionnaires with the resulting
possibility that some of them will
aid the Legion, together with the
j Chamber of Commerce, to put the
i biggest and best fair .vet.
THE C.IRI/S RIGHT
Teacher. What was the firs*
thing James the First did when
he came to the throne?
Cynthia: Sat on it, I suppose—
If you have the buyer, sell us the notes. Let us refinance your
auto notes if they are too large. We make direct loan? to car
RELIABLE USED CARS
Bought for Cash. Sold on Easy Terms.
Tenison Finance Co.
On the Highway Phone 133
REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE
"Men and women never so fully realize their oneness as when
their best efforts are directed toward owning a home.”
HAVE A LOOK AT RIVERSIDE
It Means a “Lot”
Dr. and Mrs. R. S. Breeden of W isconsin, after a very
careful study of the desirability of the Brow navi' *
district, selected Riverside by purchasing a beautilm
home in Riverside Park.
There Are Reasons Why
Riverside Park is high, overlooking the business dis
trict; the nearest restricted district to the city, with all
modern conveniences; consisting of city lots and acre
homesites planted to the finest of citrus trees; under
ground irrigation; three years’ care; paved streets
running in artistic circles giving every lot or acre
tract a paved road frontage. Call today before the
best corners are sold.
W. M. Egan, Phone 216 - 1203-W
Riverside Development Co., Inc.
Owners and Developers of Riverside Park
Office: Corner Riverside Boulevard and Park Drive
NOTICE TO BIDDER*
Sealed bids will be received by
the Commissioner's Court of Cam
eron county for 1 Crawler Type
Tractor ratrd 60 H P.. to be opened
September 1, 1930.
The Court reserves the right to
reject any and all bids.
Address J. J. Bishop, County
Auditor. Brownsville, Texas.
OFFICE OF COLLECTOR OF
CUSTOMS Port of Brownsville.
Texas. August 4, 1930. Notice is
hereby given that on August 2. 1930.
theic was seized near Harlingen.
Texas, from unknown parties, for
violation of Sect. 593 Tariff Act
1930 and 8ect. 3062 R. S., one
Chevrolet Sedan, motor No. 2777734.
Any one claiming the above describ
ed automobile will file claim with
me within twenty «20> days from
the date of this notice; otherwise
I will sell the automobile at public
auction at the U. S Customhouse,
Brownsville, Texas, on Monday.
August 25, 1930, at 10 o'clock a. m.
Wiluam Neale Deputy Collector.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS OF THE
ESTATE OF J. R. HARRAH. DE
Notice is hereby given that let
ters testamentary upon the estate
of J. R. Harrah. Deceased, were
granted to me, the undersigned, on
the 14th day of July 1930 by the
County Court of Cameron county.
All persons having claims against
said estate arc hereby required to
present the same to me within the
time prescribed by law My res
idence and Post Office address are
R. F D. No. 4 San Benito. County
of Cameron. State of Texas
S. L. Forren. Executor of
Estate of J. R. Harrah. Deceased.
THE STATE OF TEXAS) .
COUNTY OF CAMERON)J-S'JZ-'
Notice is hereby given, that by
virtue of an Order of Sale, issued
out of and by the Cleric of the
Honors ble District Court of
Cameron County, One Hundred
Third Judicial District of the State
of Texas, on the 25th day of July,
A. D. 1930, on a Judgement rend
ered in said Court, on the second
day of April, A. D. 1930. in Cause
No. 9177, entitled. "Realty Trust
Company. Plaintiff, vs. Harlingen
Development Company, et al.
Defendants", in favor of Realty
Trust Company. Plaintiff, and
against Harlingen Development
Company. Defendant, for the sum
of Two Hundred Seventy-two and
Three Hundredths Dollars < $272.03 >.
together with Interest and costs of
suit, and in favor of Plaintiff, and
against the Defendants Harlingen
Development Company. Mrs. J. H
Wyatt, and the National Loan and
Investment Company, foreclosing
Plaintiff's Liens, upon property
hereinafter described, and placed
in my hands for execution. I. W F.
Brown, Sheriff of Cameron Coun
ty. Texas, did. on the 25th dry of
July. A. D. 1930. at ten o'clock a
m.. seize and levy upon the follow
ing described property, situated in
the City of Harlingen. County of
Cameron, State of Texas, to-wit:
Lot Three <3>. in Block One
Hundred Twenty-seven U27», of
Hie Townsite of said City of Har
lingen. as so designated and des
cribed by the Plat thereof, and its
record in the Plat or other records
of Cameron County. Texas;
and that on the First Ttu-day in
September. A. D 1930 being the
second day of said month, between
the hours of ten o'clock a. m.. and
four o'clock p. m , on said day at
the Court House Door of Cameron
County, in the city of Brownsville.
Texas. I will offer for sale and sell,
at pu*',i>' auction, for cash, the
above described property, and all
right, title and interest of the said
Harlingen Development Company,
Mrs J. H. Wyatt, and the National
Loan and Investment Company,
Defendant*, tn and to said property
Dated at Brownsville Texas, this
25th day of July. A D. 1930
W P BROWN
Sheriff o.' Cameron County, Tex.
By L A. Jagou; Deputv.
LOS1 AND FOUND
i LOST —At wreck at resaca bridge
j Sunday night, leather folder con
( taming valuable papers bearing
name of A1 Pelandre Finder please
J return to W. W Bennett care
j Brownsville Herald, for reward F-9.r>
SAVE $250 on a new 1930 Chevro
i let sport coupe Phone 557 for dem
onstration. Mr. Darne F-88
BARGAIN — My 1930 Chevrolet
coach, driven 3500 miles; attractive
; discount. Terms if desired. Ed
Box. at Stevenson Motor Co. F-65
READ THIS and bear in mind that
i thousands of other people are read
| ing these columns daily. You .an
list your •‘Wants” and “Don't
Wants” in a Classified Ad and get
FOR RENT—Christian's Pure Food
Shop. Pharr. Water and gas fur
nished. F. C. Christian. F-78
MAN to invest in business, clerical
r>sittcn connection. $150 start. Mr.
Wahlc. Palm hotel. Harlingen. F98
WANT TO TRADE- New ]: hit
coupe, for good paying business that
couple can operate. Box F-91 Her
McALLEN HOSPITAL Training
! School for Nurses. 3-year course
! including Pediatric affiliation. En
trance requirement: High school
I certifcate. Age 18 to 35. Allow
ance $400. Class open to August
30. 1930. E-181
INSURANCE MONEY to lend on well
locate- brick business property in the
larger towns throughout the Valley
S G Graham and Company. Browns
ville. Texas. Bin
TREES. PLANTS AND SEED
MARSH SEEDLESS grapefruit
trees, larp-e sires lor replanting. Al
so have some large orange trees.
M ist move nursery stock on account
■ °f my orchard, some as low as 75
cents each. Henry H. Parks. San
; Benito, Tex. E-206
I £->• n., / i - Ll -
I K S'-ix-H-l
Just unloaded car
’em while they last at
new low prices. Hurry.
Roy E. Clark Seed Co.
San Benito, Texas
ARTICLES FOR SALE
GOOD CANE HAY for sale. J. B.
Kee. Brownsville, phone 549-W.
Any Quantity at Wholesale
, To members of the Rio Grande Po
tato Growers Association. Phone
Rio Grande Potato Growers
ARTICLES FOR SALE
THINGS you no longer need can
bring you cash for the things you
dr need. A Classified Ad will do
FOR SALE—One hundred tons of
baled cane hay, best grade. Will
deliver anywhere in the Valley.
Call 71. La Feria. O. R. Slbson.
SPECIAL ON CAR LOAD OF
Quarts . 95c dozen
Half Pints . 65c dozen
, Quarter Pints . 60c dozen
| Gasoline Irons .$2 90 each
COVACEVICH SUPPLY CO.
Two National Cash
Two mne-drawer electric Na
tional cash registers as good as
new. for sale at a bargain.
PHONE 197 WESLACO
P. O. Box 248
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE
HAVE Moberly Missouri home to
trade lor small acreage in Valley
Les Mauldin. Brownsville. F-96
WANTED TO BUY~
WANTED—Potato digger; wheels
with chair drive. C. Billman. Don
na. Texas F-73
WANTED TO BUY—Used house
hold iurniture. Phone 89, La Fe
WILL BUY old accounts, old notes,
judgments, hot checks, ct-. Write P.
O Box 841. Donna. F-93
LOTS FOR SALE
FOR SALE—At Port Isabel, two
business lots, c >rner Musina and
Powers, block 22. together making
50x120 feet $6,000 rash. Box 1063
Brownsville, Tex. E-J19
SWAP OR TRADE IT
There are ten trades to one sale
being made now in the real estate
business Property you can't sell
will trace. We can match it for
you. You will be surprised at some
of our low cash prices on farm
tracts around Brownsville. Call
and see us. Room 5, Cromack Bldg.
A HOME OF YOUR OWN can be
h-u for a smai down payment and
balanc* like rent. Read the real
estatj ads before you lay this pa
37 acres good land one mile
from a town on concrete high
way. Priced for quick sale.
$175 per acre, terms Box 163,
Olmito. Texas. F94
TOR SALE—Completely reflmshed
6-rooin home, piped for gas thru
out. with instantaneous heater in
stalled. 3 iots fully improved. Mrs.
Burt E Hinkley. Jr., telephone 123.
IMPROVED farm for sale. 10 acres
on paved road • 1-2 miles north
east of Donna; 5 acres 3-year cit
rus, $3,000.00 house: all for $5.000 00.
part cash. Inquire Donna Lbr. Co..
Donna. Texas. F-87
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New me Jem frame bungalow;
5 large rooms; screened sleeping
iicrch; built-ins; 2 porches: ga
rage; less than $4000.00. $35000
ROY SETH MAN
JAMES DICKINSON COMPANY
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FOR 8 ALE
All or part 35 acres. $300 per acre;
approximately 3 1-2 miles from
Brownsville or proposed turning
basin: with 3500 ft. frontage pav
ed: good Irrigation, drainage, elec
tric facilities: or will trade for
Brownsville property. Chaa. L.
Gobble, 1620 Lincoln. E-217
TO SETTLE AN ESTATE-One of
the best and most desirably located
homes in West Brownsville on cor
ner lot 150 by 200 feet, with shade
and citrus fruit trees U, yard. 5 or
6 room house with large sleeping
porch and large front porch, and all
modern conveniences. Only $6500 00
including furniture, with $1500 00
cash and the balance on easy terms.
S. C. Graham Company. Phone
179. Brownsville, Texas. F-84
East front lot. 60 feet In width.
$1380 cash Call 1381-W eve
Homes in Los Ebanos
The public Is cordially invited to
watch these homes during construc
Wc will build more of these Ironies
on any lot In Los Ebanos and fi
nance both lot and home for you.
Agent and Builder
Developers of Los Ebanos
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Real Estate For Sale
Finest hotel location in Browns
ville; 216 feet frontage on Adams
Apartment house site: one city
block on Blvd. Directly in front
of Valley View Apartment*. Will
sell all or part.
New 6-room house In Summit
Five-room house, garage at St.
Charles and Stillman.
Two houses In West Brownsville.
Two lots on Intersection of Los
Fresnos road and Seventh street
34 acres on river.
10 acres, 3 miles from Brownsville.
4 cheap lots. Colonia Alta Vista.
75-foot lot corner West Levee
with small house.
Other business property.
Jesse Dennett, Owner
FOR SALE OR TRADE—10 acre
tract on Boca Chlca road opposite
Airport Will take In trad vacant
lot in Brownsville. Apply S. M.
Haney, at Piggly Wiggly. E-182
WANTED REAL ESTATE
GOING TO MOVE?—Read the
rental ads on this page and save
HOUSES FOR SALE
FOR SALE — Three thoroughly
modern 5 and 6 room houses Join
ing Loa Ebanos and Palm Blvd.
Also one Victoria Height* Small
payment down balance like rent.
See Mrs Florence Stafford, owner.
Ph»ne 1187. 1719 Hayes St., Victoria
SACRIFICE—Well located 4-room
house with large sleeping porch,
large double garage wih concrete
floor. ment sidewalk: on paving
with pavement paid: east front lot,
all for only $2500 00 S C. Gra
ham & Co., phene 179. Brownsville.
NE” BRICK VENEER—5 rooms
and hall: all modem conveniences;
on paved street in Victoria Heights;
east front; excellent location: good
neighbors. Phone 654 or 783 F-79
Make a specialty of renting and
looking after non-resident prop
erty. Cromack Bldg. Phone 191.
EL AGUILA—Furnished 3 and 3
room apartments; lights. water
gas. hot and cold ua*h; summer
rates. I-Lone 896- w ’36
3 ROOMS southeast apartment;
hot water. Phone 1163-R E-135
NEBRASKA apartments. furnished
Prtgtdalre Purnlshed and unfurnish
ed -otragar Phene U5M Cl3
FITCW APARTMENTS—Large id
small apartment*; cool, modern
Phone 558. D-89
FOR RENT—Furnished apartment
and house Also unfurnished
house- Call 183. E-232
ALONBO Apartment*—well furnish
ed UpsUlrs. Very cool. Phone
ished. modern, zeroone, gas, garage.
Choice location. 139 Washington
Street. Phone 714. D-186
-TEL-ROY APARTMENTS — Beau
tifully furnished efficiency apart
menti; large and small. Hot wa
ter. electrical refrigeration. 701 St.
Charles. Phone 042. F-61
southeast furnished apartment. The
kind you will like. Reasonable rent
al. Call 1173-W. P-63
COOL front room adjoining bath.
Very desirable. Oarage. Phone 405.
FOR RENT—5-room house, close in.
•25. 809 Elizabeth. P-75
FOR RENT -5-room house. Victoria
addition. 525. 809 Elizabeth. P-75
BEDROOM close In. Phone 1149-J.
ROOM * BOARD
HOL L1NG8WORTH Hotel — Now
located at 1308 Adams. Roots, and
board, home cooked meals. D-48
P.OOM AND BOARD for gentleman
m private home. Nice cool bed
room. private entrance, convenient
to bath, hot and cold water, and
shower. Ill St. Charles, phone 5»2.
W ANTED TO RENT
WANTED—2-room unfurnished ap
artment. close in. Write F-67 Her
WANTED-A five or six room fur
nished house in West Brownsville.
Permanent proposition. Price must
be reasonable. Call 520-W. F-97
PROCTER, DUDLEY St
528 Washington St. Phone 827
Floor Tile Tile Mantels
Wall Tile Tile Drain Boards
Estimates Given Cheerfully
Wm. Cameron & Co., Inc.
Harlingen. Phone 490
Mason Transfer &
SEEDS OF ALL KINDS
Light and Heavy Hauling
WE MOVE ANYTHINO
110b Adams Phone 199
CUT FLOWERS, bouquets and de
signs. We telegraph flowers. Bow
yer. Florist. Phone 812-J.
FLOOR RF. FINISHING
The Master Floor Man
Electric Floor Sander
N and old floors sanded filled,
waxed and polished.
Work guaranteed or no money.
Office with John H. Hunter
1251 Elizabeth Phone 48
Famous for It,
The popular place for
12th between Elizabeth and
Otnce «SQv.*pment and supplies
IARGFV)VE'S STATIONERY A
Choice Residence Lots
Priced Low, Eaay Terms
LOANS ON DESIRABLE RESI
DENCE & BUSINESS PROPERTY
D. L. Welch
1051 Levee St. Phona 1410
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DAVENPORT Typewriter Exchanfe
• Brownsville’s Typewriter House)
Distributors, New L C. Smith “81
lent" 8 and Late Coruna 4 type
writers. Also sell Royal Portables
and “Factory- Rebuilt^—all makes.
We repair all makes typewriters anu
adding machines 1112 Elizabeth ’
SL Phone 1105.
Exclusive sale* tad Service
115 & FIRST PHONt 295
Sales and Service
Ex*. ,rt .-impairing of all btyies Type
writers and Addin*’ Machines.
Phene 211 1287 Aim
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