These Want Ad Columns Are Bargain Counters for Valley People
Hon. O. C. Dancy, Judge
Proceedings Instituted: Ex parte
©«o. Rubio, Non compo6 mentis.
Hilarlo Lopez and Carmen Gon
*»les, Jesus Garcia and Estella
Torres, Julian Garcia and Enriqueta
real estate transfers
(Furnished by Valley Abstract Co.)
J. T. Doak. Laura Doak to Lee
B. James; lot 5, block “A," cont.
$.44 acres, Corr. Map of the Jardin
Terrace Sub.; $10. etc.
Monroe Harris to Lee B. James;
lot 6, block "A.” cont. 6.85 acres,
Corr. map of Jardin Terrace Sub.
Lawrence L Bush. Virginia Luc^s
Bush, to Mrs. Carro Gorda Lucas;
lot 10, block 113, townslte Harlin
gen; $10, etc.
Wm. A. Rasco, Lily 8pivey Raseo
to Sarah B. Bogel; lot 12. block
39. Brownsville Land and Imp. Co.'s
Sib. West Brownsville; $10, etc.
,A1 and Lloyd Parker, Inc., to
to Boese; east 5.82 acres of the
west 15.82 acres, block 48, Monte
Grande Sub. 1; $10, etc.
M. J. Hughes, Sarah E Hughes,
to Right Rev. E B. Ledvlna, D. D.,
Bishop of C C. Texas; lot 4. block
14. townsite of La Feria; $500.
Port Isabel Company, to E. A.
Miller; lot 5-A, block 48, Port Isa
R. M. and W. E. Rice to City of
Harlingen: strip of land 30 feet
1 153. H. L. & W. Co. s Sub.; $10, etc.
wide, off of the north side of block
Erne A Herbert to Citrus Dev.
Co., Inc.; east ten acres of a cer
tain 45 acre tract, block 6, and the
south five acres block 3. Sur. 294;
Citrus Dev. Co., Inc., to David H.
and Ida E. Alexander; east 10 acres
of the 45 acre tract of block 6. and
the south 5 acres of block 3, Survey
294, Stuart Place Sub.; $11,000.
J. W. Allmon, et ux to Mrs Clara !
Hill.; $4,000; E. 10 acres, block 166,
Hill Halbert tract.
George A. Earnhardt to Earn
hardt Dev. Co., Inc.; $1010; E. 1-2
of 8. 20 acres, lot 53, La Lomila.
George A. Earnhardt to Earn
hardt Dev. Co., Inc.; $1010; E. 1-2 of
6. 20 acres, lot 52. La Lomita.
George A. Earnhardt to Earn
hardt Dev. Co. Inc : $2260; W. 1-2
of 8. 20 acres, lot 53, Lo Lomita.
D. P Strickland, etc., to A. A
Hughes; $1.00; lot 9 block 4, West
Addn. to McAllen
J. S 'Felt to Joe Hill, et ux; $5.
510; lot 3, block 9, A. J. McColl's
Con R. Rawlings to T. W Carter;
$10; lot 13. East Retama Subd.
Fort Worth Merchant
Suffocates in Fire
I CRT WORTH. Oct. 7. —</**>—
* lArd 8hook. a clothing merchant,
of suffocation at 2:30 o’clock
this morning In a fire which de
atroyed his residence. His wife was
rwcued from an upstairs balcony
Shook and his wife wrere asleep
Upstairs when aroused by smoke.
He went to investigate, lost his
hearings on the first floor and was i
overcome by smoke. Mrs. Shook j
ran to the balcony, screamed and
, received help from friends.
(Continued from page 1)
Indictment and then discredit the
commissioners' court and the of
ficer making the complaint. The
hue and erf of politics would have
been sounded to the four corners of
the earth. I will say in retrospect
I think we would have made a j
mistake to have filed these com
plaints, and with all due deference
to the recommendations of the past
grand Jury’, until I am shown that
tber*' Is some official duty to file
criminal complaints t shall not do
so. These matters have been called i
to the attention of the grand Jury
•nd I am not trying to reflect I
Upon past grand juries, because "
feel that the majority of them j
wanted to da their duty, but as It
takes nine to present an indict
ment, opposition, by crying politics
has always been able up until the '
Scat grand Jury to keep an Indict
ment from being made.
•T also fear past grand Juries have |
been imposed upou. Just as I feel,
that the present grand Jury was
Imposed upon in being induced to;
take this slap at the commissioners’ j
“I want it understood that I am
not anxious for indictments, also
that there is no human being for
whom I have *lt in for.’ that I wantj
to «rc go to the penitentiary, but I
tjl want a clean court house, and if j
fBtakes indictments and takes the
jtnpes to bring it about, then I am
for such indictment and for the
“Filing reports is just as much the .
Sworn official duty of the officer
as to do anything else. To illus
trate making reports is Just as much
the official duty of the sheriff as)
to make an arrest when a warrant
is placed in his hands.
"I use the sheriffs office as an i
Illustration because he is an officer;
who does his duty in both respects.
“In fact for years we have had |
only two officers, with whom we
have had trouble and the common
talk »t the court house w as that the
reason their reports w ere not made ;
was because Judge Dancy was trying I
to force them to make these reports I
“On reading the report of the I
•rand Jury one would think that
comparatively no effort had been
taken to collect through civil suits.
There have been 10 civil suits filed,
gnd thousands of dollars have been
through suits, collect- ’. for the
county, but not 10 per cent of the!
money that should have been col-1
lacted. Filing suits is certainlv very’
unsatisfactory on account of law de- j
Foul breath, loose teeth or sore
gums are disgusting to behold, all
Will agree. LETOS PYORRHEA
REMEDY is highly recommended
by leading dentists and never dis
appoints. Druggists return money
g it fails. Cisneros Drug Stores.
_ -THE VOICE OF THE BORDER” _L_J
The Brownsville Herald Radio Station
Today’s Radio Features
KWIVG PROGRAM. TUESDAY EVENING
6:00-6:15—Announcements; musical program.
8:15-6:20—Program of the Union Mutual Life Insurance Co.
6:20-6:50—Popular request program.
7:00-7:15—Semi-classical dinner program.
7:15-7:10—Roberta Lee. soprano.
8:00-8:30—Mexican Aviation studio program.
8:30-8:55—Robert Inman, the Yodeling Kid.
8:55-9:00—Plymouth Motor Car Contest.
RWWG PROGRAM FOR WEDNESDAY
10:00*10:05—Program of the Union Mutual Life Insurance Co.
10:15-11:00—Organ recital by Paul Kennard from the Capitol theatre.
11:00-11:15—"For the Housewife."
11:15-11:45—Popular request program
11:45 —Time 8ignals; courtesy Aldridge Kimmell Co.
11:45-11:59—Request program, continued.
11:59- —Time Signals: Courtesy 8tar Pharmacy of McAllen.
2:00-2:30—Spanish and Mexican selections.
2:30-3:00—"Old Timer s Club
3:00-3:30—Half Hour with favorite talking picture hits; news from
the Publix Theatres.
4:00-4:15—Brownsville Herald News Flashes.
4:15-4:30—Mr. E. E. Harris, basso
TUESOAY, OCTOBER 7
fBy The Associated Press)
Programs in Central Standard time. P. M. unless otherwise indicated.
454.3—WEAF New York—660 (NBC Chain)
6.oo— Morgan Trio — aiio aua kol
6:15— Laws That Safeguard (15m.)—
Alio KSTP WGY KVAK KSD WOW
WKY WTMJ WE EC KUO KTiiS
WHAS KOA KUW KECA KOMO W'OC
7:00—Troika Belle—Alao WSAl WDAF
7:15—Pewee 4 Windy — Alio KSD
7:30—Coon Sandera Dance Frolic—Alao
WGY WWJ WSAl WON KSD WHAS
WOW WDAF KSTP WEBO WJAX
WIOD WSM W MO WSB WSMB
WJDX W BA P KPKC WOA1 WKY
KOA KSD KVOO KlHS
t:00—Orcheatra and Feature — Alao
WSB WGY WTAM WWJ WGN KS1)
WOO* WHO WDAF WHAS WSM
WMG KOA KSD KGO KGW KOUo
KHU WSMB W JD.\ WFJC W SAI
8:30 - Happy Bakers — Also WGY
WTAU WFJC WWJ WSAI WIBO
KSD WOC-WHO WOW WDAF
WTMJ KSTP WEBC WUAS W.MC
WSB WSMB KVOO WKY KOA KSL
KPKC KGO KOMO KECA KGW
9:00—Song Bird, Salon Orch. — Also
WTAM WGY WFJC WSAI WIBO
KSD WOW WOC-WHO WDAF WWJ
9:15—B. A. Rolfs Orch.—WEAF Chain
10:00—Ellington's Band—WEAF Cfalln
10:30—Vincent Lopez Orch. — Also
W WJ KSD WOC-WHO WSMB WSAI
KOA WGY WTAM W 3IC WJDX
11:00— Hotel Orch. Hour—WEAF Chain
348.6—WABC New York—860 (CBS Chain)
euo— i ne mountaineers—aiso o n
M KKC WAIU KOI). KSCJ WISN
WMAQ WCCO WIBW KFH WBCM
WSPD WMT KLHA KFJF KLZ KFRC
6:1V— tmerson Gill Orchestra—Also
WAIU WKBN KOIL KSCJ KMBC
WISN WMAQ WCCO WIBW KFH
WSPD WMT W'BRC WREO WLAC
KLUA KFJF KLZ KFRC K\I KFPY
6:45—Alexander Woollcott—Also WAIU
WKBN KOIL KSCJ KMBC WISN
WIBW KFH WSPD W'BRC W REC
W LAC KLHA KFJF KLZ KDYL KFRC
KYI KFPY WNAX IVDAY WXYZ
7:00—Sanderson and Crumit — Also
WADC WHK WAIU KOIL KMBC
WCCO WSPD WXYZ WMAQ
7:30—H. V. Kaltenborn. News — Also
W ADC WHK WKRC WOWO KMOX
KOIL KMBC WMAQ WCCO WSPD
7:4V—A Musical Dinntr— Also WADC
W HK WKRC WOWO WMAQ KMOX
KOIL KMBC WCCO WSPD KLZ
KDYL KHJ KFRC KOIN KV1 KFPY
WXYZ KTRH KOL
8:00— Hanry A George—Also WADC
WHK WKRC WOWO WMAQ KMOX
KOIL WISN WCCO KFH WSPD
8:30—Barlow Symphony Concort—Aloo
ajaj tun. » kk<; w un o n MAy
WCCO KMOX KOIL KMBC WSPD
9:00—Mr. and Mrs.: Joe &. Vi—Also
W A DC WHK WKRC WAIU WKBN
WOWO WFBM WBBM KMOX KOIL
KMBC WISN WCCO KFT1 WSPD
WBKC WKEC W LAC WDSU KRLD
KLRA KF.TK KTSA KLZ KDTL KH.I
KFRC KOIN K VI KFPY WXYZ
9:15— Radio Playhouaa—Alan WADC
WHK WKRC W KBN WOWO WFBM
WBBM KMOX KOIL KSCJ KMBC
WISN WCCO WIBW KFH WBCM
WSPD WMT WBKC W OOD WRKC
WLAC KLRA KFJF KTSA KLZ
KDYL KHJ KFRC KOIN KFPY
WXYZ WDA Y WNAX KTRH KN'X
10:00—Tony Cabooeh's Gang — Only
WHK WFBM WBBM KMOX KOIL
KMBC WCCO WSPD WMT WOOD
WRLC KLRA KFJF KTSA WXYZ
10:15—CBS Rad'O Column — Also
WKBW WBCM W BltC WRKC KLRA
10:15—What's Wrong? — Only WKRC
KOIL KMBC WCCO KLZ KDTL KHJ
KFRC KOIN KFPY KOL
10:30—Sammy Watkins’ Orehtarra—
Alan WSPD WFRC WREU KLRA
094.0—nji. new ior*—/ou innv* Lh«m;
6:00— Amos-Andy—Also wc&X wlw
WJR WJAX WIOD KDKA
6:16— Male Trio—Also WREN WCKT
6:30— PMi Cook. One-Men Show—Also
KGW WEBO KWK WREN WTMJ
KOA KSL KUO KECA KOMO KHW
6:45—Laddies—Only KWK KFAB
7:00—Wayne King’s Orch.—Also KDKA
WREN KYW KWK KSTP WTMJ
WEBO WHAS WMC WSM WSE
KFAB WJDX WJR
7:30— B'0 Guns—KWK WREN
8:00— Popular Music Program — Also
KDKA KYW KWK WREN WCKY
8:30—Death Valley Days—Also WCKT
KYW KWK WREN KDKA
9:oo— ssiuts to Houston—Also ktw
KWK KPRC WKBC WJAX WHA8
WSM WMC WSMB KUW KOA KSL
KUO KHU WTMJ KOMO WREN
WH Y W«AI WSR WIOD KECA
WCKT W API KSTP KTAR KFSlJ
9:30—Cuckoo — Also WREN WCKT
10:00—Slumber Hr—Also KFAB
10:30—Amos-Andy—Only WMAQ KW K
WREN WTMJ KSTP WEBC WHY
KYW WFAA KPRC WOA1 WRAP
KOA KSE KECA KGW KFAB KGC
KOMO KHQ W HAS WMC W'SJJ WSB
WJDX WSMB KFSD KTHS
11:00— Kassel's Oreh. — Also W*8V
KSTP WREN KFAB WIBO WTMJ
CENTRAL CLEAR CHANNEL STATIONS
f:45— Fashion Frog.
7:f0—Same as WJZ
8:00—Same as WJZ
t0:f>o_jcews: State St.
10:SO— Same as WJZ
10:45—Dance Var. <2>ih)
* 39—Radio College
9:0?—Home Circle Con.
11:09—Air Vaud. <2 hr*.)
7:74— \>ree & Music
4 30—Sport#; Feat.
7:00—\VABC (5 hrs.l
10:0e—Dan and S>l\ta
10:30—Amos *n’ Andy
11:00—Dane# BU.S. <3h.)
7:0o— Bubble Blowers
10:oo—Variety tJ’s hr? 1
8:15—WEAF (15): Stu.
8:00—Same aa WEaP
9:30—Same as WEAF
10:15—WEAF <l*«hr* >
898.8— W JR—750
« '-0—Same as Wtz
7:45—K. O. Riley
5.00— TVJZ (1 hr.'
10:00—Variety (2 hrs '
7.00— Musical Proyra na
7.30-WABC (2H hrs.)
6:00—Same aa WABC
7:00—TVABC (4 hrs.)
SOUTHERN. CLEAR CHANNEL STATIONS
7:00—Same as WJZ
7:20—Same aa WEAF
9:00—Same as WJZ
10:1S— Studio Prog.
10:30—Same as WJZ
9:00—Same as WJZ
9:30—Same as WEAF
10:15—Herb A Jerry
374.9—W F A A—800
“.» —iMuaio .Musica.e
■ 10:15—Sponsored Pr^f.
3A:30—Same as WJZ
7 80—WEAF (SOm.)
9:30-»»Same as 3VEAF
10;SO— Same as WJZ
« 15—Same aa tVEAF
7:00—Same as 7VJZ
7:30—WEAF (I'j hrs.)
9:00—Same aa WJZ
— noneer nayers
10:30—Same as WJZ
7:00—Same as WJZ
7:30—8ame as WEAF
9:00—Same as WJZ
#:30—Same as WEAF
10:00—Jack A Bill
10:15—Musle (18): WJZ
10:45—Jack A Bill
11:00—Same as WJZ
6 00—Hotel Trio
9:66—WJZ (30m )
E.Arc.KimtniAL itLtvistun dkuaulasis
W9XAP-WMAC-?800kc. 9:00—Variety (SOm.) 7:00—Novelty
0:30— Sports (Sound) W9XAO-WIBO— aOOCke. I 00—Studio
• :45—Novelty (15ra.) 1:10—Variety (Sound) 1.30—Tele-Cartoona
lays. We filed a suit in December,
1922. got a trial in the district court
in January. 1923, and collected the
money In 1928—practically six years.
The same officer under like facts
and under the identical same law,
owes some two or three thousand
dollars more to the county, on
which we have suits filed and which
I anticipate will take five or six
years to collect, during all of which
time, the defendant officer, will have
the opportunity to get him a com
missioners court elected that will
cause the suit to be dismissed. In
fact this very thing was tried
•gainst me during the time this very
suit was pending.
Grand Jury Is Medium
‘The article (1607) referred to
does not apply to counties having
a county auditor as this county has
had for the past 10 years. Any at
torney who will take 60 minutes
time to investigate will so advise.
The county auditor law applied to
counties having 35.000 inhabitants
or more, according to the 1920 cen
sus (Art. 1645*. and according to
the 1920 census we had more than
1,000 in excess of the number re
"The county clerks in cmmtiaa
without an auditor do keep a fi
nance ledger as referred to by the
grand Jury, but this county, having
an auditor, the auditor keeos all the
books relating to finance and I will
testify that Mr. Bishop has done
his duty 100 per cent.
"But it is no part of the duty of
the auditor or of the commissioners
court to make criminal complaints
against other officers who fail to
do their duty—in fact we all take
the same oath of office—and if it
were. I fear that many good men
, would refuse to consider accepting
"There is only one body particu
larly suited to make officers walk
the chalk line and that is the grand
Jury and if future grand Juries will
follow the precedent set by the one
just adjourned I feel that a wonder
ful forward step will have been tak
en looking to making the Cameron
county court house the best in the
state of Texas. But after All there
Is but one only way to have straight.
honest and efficient government
and that is to elect men to office
who will do their duty.”
OSCAR C. DANCY,
1 County Judge.
SCENE FROM WAR PICTURE
Leading players in a scene from “All Quiet on the Western Front.”
opening at the Capitol today.
fl MOVIE |
Once in the proverbial blue moon
there comes to the screen a picture
before which all critics oe motion
pictures must stand silent; a pic
ture which proclaims that the
screen possesses powers inherent ir.
no other medium of artistic ex
pression: a picture which appeals
with equal strength to the intel
ligence and to the emotions.
Such a picture is All Quiet on
the Western Front," Universal'.*
super-production of Erich Maria
Remarque's famous novel, rhich
opened at the Capitol theater today.
There have been war pictures
which were primarily spectacles
There have been war pictures which
were primarily romances. There
have been war pictures which were
primarily melodramas. "All Quiet
on the Western Front" is primarily
the story of youth-the youth of
all nations-in war. It is the story
of one youth who symbolizes In
himself the fate of all youth_
comrades and foemen... cast into
the flaming maw of war.
Bv chance, and the genius that
guided the pen of Erich Maria
Remarque, the central figure of
“All Quiet on the Western Front"
is a German. But nationality means
nothing. The hero is the "unknown
soldier" of all nations .the epitome
of all youth that suffered and died
in war. or suffered and came back
not the same, to a world that had
passed them by.
The story of "All Quiet on the
Western Front" is poignant in its
simplicity. It is the story of Paul
Bamner, transformed from a school
boy in a German village to a soldier
m the trenches of the Great War
Before he had begun to live, all
that makes life worth living has
been snatched away.
He is tortured by brutal discipline
He learns that uttermost meaning
of the privations and pains of the
body, and the more awful suffer
ings of the soul. One by one. he
sees his comrades wounded or slain.
He goes home for a brief visit. .
and finds that even his home and
his loved ones have changed in
his eyes. He is a stranger in the
bosom of his family, seeing him
self at last as a member of a lost
generation... of youth that has
never been allowed to live.
There are other moments_the
poignant episode of the French
girls: the deep meaning of comrade
ship forged and riveted in the
flames of hell; the primitive value
of food and drink and shelter in
any existence from which all se
curity has been swept away.
"All Quiet on the Western
Front" is beyond the power of
words to describe. It is technically,
artistically, and. above all. spiritu
ally—flawless. Universal has kept
faith with Remarque. ~here are no
concessions to what is known as
A romantic story of youthful love,
spectacular musical numbers, hun
dreds of beautiful dancing girls and
an all star cast make “The New
Movietone Pollies of 1930.” which
comes to the Queen Theatre Wed
nesday and Thursday, an outstand
ing production since the advent of
It surpasses its predecessor. "The
Movietone Follies of 1929." in all de
partments with a greater cast and a
story which would stand on its own
merits without the elaborate trim
mings provided by the numerous
The cast includes such favorites
as El Brendel, Marjorie White. Frank
Richardson. Noel Francis. William
Collier. Jr.. Miriam Seegar. J m.
Kerrigan. Yola D'Avril, Huntley
Cordon, Paul Nicholson and many
others, well known on screen and
William K. Wells, author of many
Broadway musical successes, wrote
the story and the dialog and it is
undoubtedly the best thing * e has
done to date.
Benjamin Stoloff. who directed
the highly successful "Happy Days"
"Girl From Havana” and "Speak
easy.” handled the megaphone and
has far excelled his previous pictures
The ensemble numbers were staged
by Max Schreck, Maurice Kusels and
“The Spoilers.’* starring Gary
Cooiier. opens at the Rivoli. San
Benito, Wednesday. Picturization
of Rex Beach's Alaskan novel.
Yfenny Dare, all well known on
Broadway as outstanding dance di
rectors They were placed in active
competition with one another in this
production and the result is the
1 most spectacular series of numbers
ever seen on any screen.
The flrsi story ever sold on
royalty basis for motion picture
j production was "The Spoilers." ac
| cording to Information brought to
| light by Paramount during the te
cording of this famous thriller as
an all-ta’king picture It begins »
3 day engagement Wednesday, at
j the Rivoli theater. San Benito
It was in 1913 that Selig was first
approached by Rex Beach with an
offer to sell the story for the screen.
Negotiations between the twi were
conducted by John Pribyl. literary
agent for Selig who was somewhat
astounded when Beach demanded
S2.50O for the screen rights. The
figure was unprecedented in the
An agreement was finally reached
1 whereby Beach was to receive a
certain royalty of the gross returns
He subsequently realized a fortune
from the deal—receiving many
times the amount he had first de
The story has since become one of
the greatest pieces of motion pic
ture property in the industry. Para
mount secured the screen rights
through Edwin Carewe. who bought
them as a personal Invest men*
eeveral years ago Carewe riTecte*
the production as a modern sound
picture of elaborate scale for
Paramount, with Gary Cooper fea
tured in the cast.
Corpus Banker Has
Acreage Cut Plan
CORPUS CHIRSTI, Oct. 7——
J- E. Garrett, banker and cotton
grower of this area, will present a
cotton acreage reduction plan to
all interested persons of South Tex
as at a barbecue here October 29.
Garrett's plan Is for banks tc
refuse financial aid to any grower
whe would not reduce his next
j year's acreage at least 25 per cent
under this year.
It is understood that plans are
under way to have representative
men of the group meeting here to
petition bankers of the rtate to
call a state bankers meeting and
adopt the plan. Garrett dec
lared that a large cajj^/'crop next
year would result In six and seven
-1- - --
Sealed proposals, addressed to
“City Secretary", Brownsville, Tex
as, will be received at the city hall
in Brownsville. Texas, until 10
o'clock a. m. on the 31st day of
October, 1930, for the furnishing of
all material, equipment and labor
for and constructiton, at the site
in Brownsville of the city's present
water filtration plant, a new and
complete filtration plant of 4 ra. g
d. capacity, all as per plans and
| specifications now on file with the
All bids shall be made on offi
cial proposal blanks attached to the
“Instructions to Bidders': fo.#.ns of
contract, bond, plans and sneclfi
cations may be seen at the office of
said City Secretary. Plans, specifi
If you have the buyer, sell us the notes. Let us refinance your
auto notes if they are too large. We make direct loans to car
owners on late model cars.
RELIABLE USED CARS
Bought for Cash Sold on Easy Tertts.
Tcnison Finance Co.
On the HighwayPhone 220
cations ai*J the forms referred to!
may be obtained of said city secre
tary on deposit of a certified check
for $25.00, made payable without
recourse to Hon R. B. Rentfro,
Mayor; said check, or the amount
thereof, will be returned to each
bona fide bidder upon return of the
plans and specifications, in good
condition, on or before the date of
the contract letting.
Each proposal shall be accom
panied by a certified check for
$3,500.00. made payable without re
course to Hon. R B. Rentfro. Mayor,
this check is to be conditioned
that if bid is accepted a contract
will be entered Into and the per
formance of same secured within
ten days after notification of
award, in case bid is rejected, or
contract entered into, said check
will be returned. Successful bidder
will be required to furnish a cor
porate security bond in an accept
able surety company in the full
amount of the contract
The right Is reserved to reject
anv or all bids.
September 30. 1930.
H Van Horn, city sec'y.
10-3 to 12 inc.-10t-3856
LOST AND FOUND
THINGS you no longer need can
bring ycu cash for the things you
dr need. A Classified Ad will do
STRAYED—Front Hargrove's Sta
tionery Sc Book Store. Monday
night: One male German police
pup. Return to A. A. Hargrove for
WANTED—A man as bookkeeper
by reliable concern. Must have
some capital. Address P. O. Box
721. Brownsville. Texas. G133
EXPERIENCED waiter or waitress
at Alamo cafe. Alamo. Texas. H44
WANTED — American housekeeper.
pL i cooking, no laundry work.
Good wages. Mrs. A. E. Anderson.
El Jardin District. G214
LADIES wanted to string beads at
home. Stamped addressed enveloite
for particulars. Experience unnec
essary. Ivory Novelty Co.. 113
Fourth Avenue. New York City.
WANTED - Thoroughly experienced
radio repair man with sales ability.
Must be energetic, reliable, good
personality, settled with A-l experi
ence. Box H47. Brownsville Herald
MAN, 36 years of age. wishes «o
make connection with some real es
tate firm or development company,
I as a salesman. Alto thoroughly ex
! exjjcrienced in citrus development
from bottom up. Can take charge
of anything. Write Box 252, Ala
mo, Texas. H-22
Hot mineral water batlis and treat
ments. for rheumatism, neuritis
skin disease*, nervous and female
I troubles. Hotel and cottages in
‘ connection. Kenedy Hot Wells.
Kenedy. Texas. H7
Life Time Opportunity
i To put some capital in the building
! of a hotel building of boundless pos
; sibilities in America s latest ail
year-round playground. For details
and proof of success, address H-33.
care Herald. H-33
FOR SALE—Account of other busi
ness Id drtnk stand and sandwich
shop best comer in town. Chic
Inn. Mercedes Texas. H46
LIVESTOCK AND POULTR»
GOING TO MOVE?-Read the
rental ads on this page and save
WANTED—Span of mules, not over
six or sev n years old and weigh
ing 1100 or 1300 pounds each. Phone
eooopil. Los Fresnos. Texas. Hll
TREES, PLANTS AND SELD
3 cars of certified seed to be
placed on shares.
Write G120, Herald
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T. L. HUTTON
Tree Trimming, Gummosts
and Orchard Work
Address: Gen. Del., Brownsville
Residence: 104 Belvedere Drive
ARTICLES FOR SALE
.. FERTILIZER ..
Any Quantity at Wholesale
To members of the Rio Grande Po
tato Growers Association Phone
Rio Grande Potato Growers
FOR SALE—Auto gas stove, $30.00
541 West St. Charles. H-17
Non Shatter Windshields Replaced
-uaranteed against discoloration.
Special Price ...,$7.00
BROWNSVILLE PLATE GLASS
1259 Levee St.
FOR SALE—Electric Singer sewing
machine, practically new. 553 W
Elizabeth. Phone 1465 H-16
A good business opportunity for
some one. Phone 351. R.
FOR SALE y owner 125 acres good
citrus land, El Jardin, well located,
will subdivide. Terms. Box G67
Located 4 blocks from the nigh
school and closer to Browns
ville than the exclusive Los
Ebanos Subdivision Winding
resaca running through prop
erty ofierlng natural lane trout
sites Tor subdivision This prop
erty is for sale by owners and
can be bought at a very at
tractive price Also tract of 300
acres within city limits, adjacent
to Missouri Pacific Lines on
the south Henson-Lomax &
Houston and Brownsville De
velopment Co. G60
Real Estate For Sale
Finest hotel location in Browns
ville; 216 lect frontage on Adams
Apartment house site; one city
block on Blvd. Directly m front
of Valley View Apartments. Wiil
sell all or part.
New 8-room house In Summit
Five-room house, garage at St.
Charles and Stillman.
Two houses In West Brownsville
Two lots on Intersection of Los
Frcsnos road and Seventh street.
34 acres on river.
10 acres. 3 miles from Brownsville.
4 cheap lots, Colonta Alta Vista.
75-foot lot comer West Levee
with small house.
Other business property.
Jesse Dennett, Owner
FOR SALE BY OWNER: 250 acres
citrus and truck land 6 miles Rio
Hondo, 30 acres in cultivation. Price
fo* quick sale, $50.00 per acre. Ad
dress Box 58, Brownsville. H42
LAND FOR RENT
20 a;res; small house and barn
Also 16 acreu good potato land
Room 5 Cromack Bldg.
FOR CITRUS GROVES
CITY PROPERTY - RENTALS
See or Write
NOLIN. TILLERY & BALLARD
HOUSES FOR SALE
BUY HOME. See it. 17th and Lln
coln. lerms Phone 178 G-93
FOR SAL1 — Three thoroughly
modem 5 and 8 room houses join
ing Los Ebanos and Palm BHd
‘ so one Victoria Heights. Smai:
payment down, balance like lent
See Mrs. Florence Stafford, owner
phone 1187, 1719 Hayes St, Victoria
HOUSES FOR SALE
NICE new 5-room brick veneer in
West Brownsville. Hardwood floors,
closets: beautifully finished inside.
For sale, cash, easy terms, or trade
Tor vacant lot. Phone 657. H1J
OFFICE SPACE, ground floor, low
rent. Across street from El Jardin
hotel See A. R Foster Realty Co..
1123 Levee St. H45
6-ROOM apartment, either com
pletely furnished or unfurnished
Built for a home All .-ocivenlencea
Oaraee. niav ground for children.
Available before or on October first.
Call Mr. Dorfman. 970 or 1337
FURNISHED 3-room apartment;
lights, water, telephone, garage.
f 1.00. Gas. 412 Levee. Q59
FITCH APARTMENTS—Large and
small apartments: cool, modern.
NEBRASKA n-wtments furnished.
F-igidaire. Furnished and unfur
nished cottages Phone 1194. CIS
MAY-DAY APARTMENTS - Fur
nished. modern, zerozone. gas. gar
age. Choice location. 139 Wash
ington Street, Phone 714. G240
NEL-ROY APARTMENTS — Beau
tifully furnished efficiency apart
ments: large and small. Hot wa
ter. electrical refrigeration. 7101 8t.
Charles. Phone 642. F61
l ROOMS southeast apartment;
hot water Phone 1163-R F-135
FURNISHED APARTMENT—Mod -
ern Phone 351 G192
.—" .. ■■■" ' 1
FOR RENT—Lf* Paloma apart
ments, 309 West 15th St. Large,
roomy, comfortable. If permanent,
:ome a id see them. Don't phone.
2-ROOM FURNISHED apartment,
light, water, and gas. Clean and
comfortable. $25.00 Furnished bed
rooms $12,00 and $15.00 Phone 175.
. ! ..
NICE COOL front room with gas.
bath adjoining. Very pleasant.
445 West Elizabeth. Phone 485.
BIO FRONT ROOM—Well fur
nished Has gas. 13th and Grant.
Call 1328W. H-19
LOVFXY furnished room In private
home. Close in with all conveni
ences. Phone 1024J. H4
HOUSES FOR RENT
VERY COMFORTABLY furnished
bungalow, five large room*. MLss
Gentry. Miller Hotel. H-32
SEVEN ROOM furnished house for
rent 3 months. 2 car garage. 150.
615 7th St. H43
j FOR RENT: 6 room house, gas. elec
! trie lights, water and telephone. Ap
ply to T. J. Yoe. San Benito, Texas.
, FOR RENT: Furnished house In
West Brownsville. Call 981-J. H-38
1*00* & BOARD
HOI LINUS WORTH Hotel - Now
located at 1308 Adams. Room and
board, home cooked meals. D-48
ROOM and board for gentleman in
private home. Phone 552. P-257
WANT D—Board and room, about
: November 15th, by retired bachelor,
j with a refined private family: use
1 of garage: state terms. References
exchanged. T. Audley Murphy. 17
Second street, Chatham. Ont., Can
i WANTED- Board and room, about
i November 15th. by retired bachelor,
! with refined private family; use of
j pirage; state terms. References
exchanged, t. Audlev Murphy. 17
Second Street, Chatham, Ont., Can
PROCTER. DUDLEY &
52* Washington St. Phone S27
Floor Tile Tile Mantels
Wall Tile Tile Drain Boards
Estimates Given Cheerfully
Wm. Cameron & Co., Inc.
Harlingen Phone 490
Mason Transfer &
SEEDS OP ALL KINDS
Light and Heavy Hauling
WE MOVE ANYTHING
1105 Adams Phone 13*
Famous for its
The popular place tor
12th between Elizabeth and
DAVENPORT Typewriter Exchange
« Brownsv tlle’j Typewriter House)
Distributors, New L C Smith 'Si
lent' 8 and Late Corona 4 type
writers. Also sell Royal Portables
and "Factory* Rebuilt*—all make*
We repair all makes typewriters an.
adding machines 1113 Elizabeth
St Phone 1105
FOR YOUR HEALTHS SAKE
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