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NEW YORK STOCKS NEW YORK. Dec. 23. Pie holiday dullness characterized the i curb market today. Trading favorites made some showing of firmness at and just after the opening, but the response was feeble and some shading of values developed. Electric Bond Ac Share turned over with a fair degree of briskness, trading at some concession from Thursday's close, Small losses in Commonwealth Edison. American Superpower. American Gas and a few others reflected the apathy of buyers, selling in none of these as sumed any volume. The oil division was dormant, nor could traders arouse life in the specialties and industrials. Alumi num of America rallied about a point on early short covering and held fairly steady, but a small amount of stock was involved. Deere dipped to a new low for the current movement and Newmont Mining was off slightly. NEW ORLEANS COTTON NEW ORLEANS. Dec. 23 /P»— Cctton opened fairly active and higher today, despite the fact that Liverpool came in only about •’S due A* it was January notice day, with notices totaling 7.600 bales here and 30.000 in the northern market, tha: month opened only one point up whereas later deliveries showed ini tial gains of 4 to 6 points. Reports said that all notices were being promptly stopped and the market continued to improve ?. cr the start. January advancing to 5.71. or six points above the previous close March traded up to 5.86 and May to 5.76. or 5 to 7 points above the close of yesterday. This advance attracted consider able pro-holidav liquidation as well as some hedge-selling and March eased to 5 81 and May to 5 93. down 4 to 5 points from the early highs but still one to two points above yesterday s close. Towards the end of the first hour, the market was quieter but steady and a point above the lows. CHICAGO GRAIN CHICAGO. Dec. 23 JP—A down ward trend in grain prices here showed itself early today, despite . w ^r‘Nr <r , w^sr y ^ w* ▼ "r < Hungry Timber Wolves Stalk Human Prey THE PAS. Man.. Dec. 23. P— Timber wolves, in large packs in search of food made scarce by the early winter are on trail of hu mans in the north country. Barney Goodman, a trapper, said he was mushing over Simon House Lake, near Cranberry Portage. Man., when a pack of 15 wolves picked up his trail and sdon were in how ling pursuit as he and his sledge dogs fled over miles of frozen lake. Finally the dogs jumped a strip of water caused bv an ice crack. Afraid of the open water, the wolves circled It. and by the tln\e they made the detour Goodman and his dogs were safely in the cabin. Until dawn, the wolves howled outside, circling a path in the deen snow about the building. The pack fled at daylight when the trapper fired several shots. ak Jk, Jk JL± firmness in wheat quotations at Liverpool, rains over domestic win ter wheat territory southwest were construed as bearish, although some reports said drought districts re ceived little benefit. Opening unchanged to 5.8 off. Chicago wheat futures underwent an all around sag later. Corn start ed at 1-4 delcine to a shade ad vance and subsequently held near the initial range. QriTE A CYCf.IST MIAMI. Fla— R. A Paul is one man who prefers cycling to the com forts of riding in automobiles. For nearly 50 years Paul rode a bjcycle. but 16 years ago he bought a motor cycle and has ridden motorcycles ever since Just recently Paul, who is past 80 years of age. got on his motorcycle in Norfolk. Va . and made a four-day trip to Miami. In the last 16 years Paul his had four motorcycles WOE S TO HIM ‘ Ever see one of those instru ments which can tell when you're lying?” •See one? Why, man. I married one!”—Pele Mele. Paris. jilDE GLANCES ^ George Clark i\ v.fiNty>. - ■■ — ••My parents are such old djyhngs! i just couldn't tell them I don't want any dolls this year." - THIS CURIOUS EWORLD - |C l«U *T NO KBVtCt. IWC ^A I YEHOOI MENUHIN, 15 VEAR OLD CONCERT VIOLINIST, CAMMOT P£M£MB£A WHEN HE P/D MOT PLAV THE VIOLIN. M —E BEFORE THE INVENTION OF TELESCOPES, THE MOON WAS BELIEVED ID BE MADE OF GIASS, AND THE DARK MARKINGS ON IT WERE THOUGHT TO BE THE REFLECTION OF LAND AND SEA AREAS HERE ON EARTH. IS A6LE TO PERSPIRE. ONLY THSOUuh IIS TONGUE. Today’s Radio Features FRIDAY, DECEMBER 23 (Central and Eastern iUL^iu mu) (Not*—Ail program* to Key and oaale chain or croup* thereof unless speci fied coast to coast (e to c) designation Includes all available statlona. Programs subject to change. P. M. (Bp Th* dtsoetated Press) NBC WEAF NETWORK BASIC—East: weaf (key) weel wtic wjar wtag wcah wfl wilt wfbr wrc wgy when wcae wtam wwj weal; Midwest: wmac weft kad woc-wbo wow wdaf NORTHWEST A CANADIAN - wtmj wlta katp webc wday kfyr ckgw cfcf SOUTH — wrva wptf wwno wia wjax wfla-w*un wiod wain wmo web wap) wjdx asms kvoo wky wfaa wbap kprc woai ktbs kths MOUNTAIN—koa kdyl kglr kghl COAST—kgo kfi kgw korno khq kpo keca kex kjr kga kfsd ktar kgu Cent. Eaat. 4:00— 8:00—Sherman Orches.—to cat 4:15— 5:15—Tha Story Man—a only 4:30— 5:30—Th# Hutchinson Family 4:45— 5:45—Safety Soldiers—a only 5:00— 6:00—Dinner Music—also coast 6:30— 6:30—Rallaf Talk—weaf only 5:45— 6:45—Tha Circle—east only 6:00— 7:00—Jana Froman'a Band— oaalc: Tha Circle—repeat for west 6:15— 7:15—Kremlin Art Quintet 6:30— 7:30— Vivienne Ruth. Crooner 6:45— 7:45—The Goldbergs, Sketch 7:00— 8:00—Orch. A Cavaliers—c to c 8:00- 9:90—The Eskimo Night Club 8:30— 9:30—Leo Reisman Orchestra 9:00—10:00—Al Jolaon—coast to coast 9:30—10:30—Adventurers' Club—c to r 9:45—10:45—Songs by Lanny Ross 10:0t*—11:00— Anaon weeks' Orchestra 10:30—11:30— George Olsen's Orchestra 11:00—12:00— Ralph Klrbery — basic; The Goldbergs—repeal for coast 11:05—12:05—Oon Beater's Orchestra 11:30—12:30— Sammy Watkins Orches. CBS WABC NETWORK BASIC—East: wabc (key) wlcc wade woko wcao waab wnac wgr wkbw wkrc whk ekok wdre wcau wio-wtan wjaa wean wfbl wapd wjsv. Midwest: wbbm wgn wfbm km be wcco kmox wowo EAST AND CANADIAN - wpg whp wlbw whec wlb* wfea wore efrb ekac DIXIE — wgst wfsa wore wqam wded wnnx klra wrsc wise wdsu wtoc krld wrr ktrh ktsa waco koma wdbo wodx wbt wdae wblg whas wtar wdbj wwva MIDWEST — wbem wsbt wcah wrabd wtaq wkbh kfab wisn ksej wibw kfb wmt wnax wkbn wgl MOUNTAIN— kvor k!s koh ksl PACIFIC COAST — khj knx knln kgb kfre kol kfpy kvi kern kmj kfbk kwg C«nt. Eait. 4:00— 5:00—Bobby Benson—east ba sic; Piano Recital—midwest 4:15— 5:15—Captain Jack—east only , 4:30— 5:30—Skippy — east only; Be tween th* Bookends—west only 4:45— 6 4e— Lone Wolf-east basic 5:00— 8:00— Irene Beasley—to coast: Captain Jack—midwest repeat 5:15— 6:15—H. Stern Orches.—c to e 8:30— 6:30—H. Stern Orches.—east; Skippy — midwest repeat: The Midland Broadcasters—west only Cent. East. 5:45— 8:46—Jcrft Plain Bill — wabc only; Danes Orches. — east and Dlxla: Lons Wolf—midwest repeat • :00— 7:05—Myrt and Marga — east only; Th# Fliers—mid west only •:1S— 7:15—Buck Rogers In 2432— east. Vaughn de Leath — Dixie; Huek O'Hare Orchestra—midwest 6:30— .':30—Three X SHtere - east: ! isnam Jones Orchestra — Dixie: The Four Norsemen—west 6:45— 7:45—Connie Boswell—also cst. 7:00— 8:00—Edwin C. Hill - c out: Bobby Benson—repeat for coast /115— 8:15—Singm* Sam—basic. Mel* ody Magic—Dixie: Ballew Or.— w 7:30— 8:35—News Drama—also coast: Ann Leaf. Organ Recital—Dixie 8:00— 9:00—William Hall—also cat 8:35— 9:35—Morton Downey — basic; Jack Miles Orchestra—west 9 00—10:00—The Street Singer—c to e 9: i5—10:15—Easy Acts. Sketch—also coast; Ths Four Eton Boys—Dixie 9:30—10:30—Columbia Revue—also cst 9:45—10:45—Myrt A Marge—waat rpL 10:05—11:05—Barlow Symphony—to c 10:35—11:30—E. Ouchin Orchaa.—e to e 11:05—12:05— Pollack orchestra—c to e 11:35—12:35—Cummins* Orch.—« to e 11:45—12:45— Hal Kemp Orch.—o to c 12:00— 1:0<^-Dance Hour—wabe only NBC-WJZ NETWORK BASIC—East: wja key» wos-wbsa wbal wham Kdka wear wjr wlw. Mid west: wcky kyw kfkx wsnr wls kwa kwer koil wren wmaq Kso NORTHWEST A CANADIAN — wtmj w-iba kstp wedc wday kfyr ckgw cfcf SOUTH — wrva wptf wwnc wrls wjax wfla-wsun wlod vim wmc wsb wspi wjdx wsmb kvoo wky wfaa wbap kpre woai ktbs xths MOUNTAIN—koa kdyl kglr kghl PACIFIC COAST — keo kfl ksw komo kbq kpo xeca kax kjr kga kfsd ktar Cant. East. 4:15— 8:15—Dasert Romance—also c 4:30— 6:35—The Singing Lady—east 4:45— 8:45—Orphan Annia—east only S:0<^- 6:05— Dal Lampe’s Orchaatra 8:15— 6:15—Johnny Hart, Hollywood 8:30— 6:30— Botty Boop— basic; The Singing Lady—repeat for midwest 5:45— 6:45—Lowell Thomas — east: Orphan Annie—midwest repeat 6:00— 7:05— Amos *n' Andy—oast only 8:15— 7:15— Impersonations—c to c 6:35— 7:3(X—Charlie Chan. Detoetiv# 7:0<5- 8:05—Phil Spitalny Orchestra 7:35— 8:30— Adventures in Htelth 7:45- 8:45— Howard Thuriton, Msgle 8:00— 8:05—First Nlghtar—also coast 8:30— 9:30—Eddie end Ralph—e to c 9:05—10:05—Country Doctor, Sketch t:'.5— 10:1^-O‘.to Fassell, Tenor 1:3^-10:35— Shields’ Concert Orchti 9 45—1C:4»—Mildred Belley. Songs 10:05—11:00—• Mrs. Nsgsby" — east Amia *n’ Andy—repeat for west 10:15—11:15— Lew While Night Song 11.05—12:05—Cab Calloway Orchaatra 11:15—12:15—Howard Thurston—c rpL J1:30—12:35— Quo Van A Furat Orch. SATURDAY. DECEMBER 24 (Central and Eastern Standard Time) (Not*— AJI programs to «ey and oasio chain or groups thereof unless sped, fled: coast to coast (o t* c) designation Includes all available stations. Programs subject to charge. F. M. (By The Associated Press) NBC-WEAF NETWORK BASIC—East: wear (key) weel wtle wjar wtag wcsh wfl wlit wfbr wrc wgy woen wcae wtam wwj wsai: Midwest: email well ksd woc-who wow wdaf NORTHWEST A CANADIAN — wtmj wiba kstp webc wday kfyr ckgw cfcf SOUTH — wrva wptf wwnc wla wjax wfla-wsun wlod wsm wmc wsb wapl ' wjdx wsmb kvoo wky wfaa wbap kpre woat ktbs kths MOUNTAIN—koa kdyl kglr kghl COAST—kgo kfi kgw komo khq kpc kcca kex kjr kga kfsd ktar kgu Cent. East. 1:00— 2:00—Kay Kyser's Orchestra 1:30— 2:30—The Symphonic Matinee 2:00— 3:00—Marry Madcape Orchea. 2:30— 3:30—Matinee Gems. Music 3:30— 4:30—The Lady Next Ooor 4:00— 5:00—Xmas Tree Lighting 4:15— 5:15— Vienna Tango Orchestra 4:45— 5:45—Sekatary Hawkins—east 5:00— 6:00—Dinner Mueic—also coast 5:30— 6:30—At Bernard. Minstrele 5:45— 6:45—The Circle — east only; Sekatary Hawkins—midwest only • :0C— 7:00— Jane Fromm’i Band east; The Circle—repeat for west 6:15— 7:15—Geo. Olsen Orch.—to a 6:45— 7:45—To Be Announced 7:00— 8:00— Organ Concert—also cat 7:30— 8:30—To Be Announced 8:00— 9:00—Rapre Concert—c to c 9:00—10:00—The Dance Hour—c to c 10:00—11:00—.aok Denny'a Orchestra 10:30—V:30— Paul Whiteman's Band 11:00—12:00— R. Kirbery; Wtems Or. 11:30—12:30— Lopez Orchestra—also c CBS WABC NETWORK BASIC—East: wabc (key) wicc wade tvoko wcao waab wnac wgr stow wkrc whk ckok wdre weau wip-wfan wlaa wean wfb> wspd wjav; Midwest: wbbtn wgn wfbm Kmbc wcco kinoz wowo EAST AND CANADIAN — wpg whp wlbw whec wlbz wfea wore ctrb ckac DIXIE — wgst wfsa wbre nqam wdod wnox klra wrec wlac wdsu wtoc krld wrr ktrh ktsa waco koma wdbo wodx wbt wdae wblg whas wtar wdbj wwva MIDWEST — wbcm wsbt wcah wmbd wtaq wkbh kfab wisn kacj wlbw kfh wmt wnax wkbn wgl MOUNTAIN— kvor klz koh ksl PACIFIC COAST — khj knx koln kgb kfre kol kfpy kvl kem kmj kfbk kwg Cent. East. 1:00— 2:00— Sat. Syncopators—c to e 1:30— 2:30—Salon Orchestra—c to C 2:00— 3:00—Rcundtownera—c to c 2:30— 3:30—Rhythm Kings—c to c 3.00— 4:00—Spanish Serenade—c to e 3:30— 4:30—Geo. Hall Orch.—e to e 4:00— 6:00—E. Duehin Orch.—c to C 4:30— 5:10—Skippy — east only: Be* tween the Bookende— west only i - cent, tin 4:45— 6:45—Tito Guitar, Tenor—to i 5:00— 6:C0—The Funnyboner*—« to < 5:15— 4:15— Dance Orchestra—e to C 5:30— 6:30—Skippy—mid weat repeat; Kansas City Organallties—west 5:45— 4:45—Do Ra Ml Trio—c to c 4:00— 7:00—F. W. Wlls. Talk — also coast; Ths Fliars—midwest only 1:15— 7:15—Meyer Oavla Or.—to e 6:46— /;45—William Mall—to « 7:00— «:00—Abe Lyman Orch.—basic: Four Clubmen—Dixie; Jack Miles Or.—west; Noraaman—midwest 7:15— S:15—Magic Voice—east; Cap. tivatore — Dixi»; Cook *etera— midw.; Miles Orch.—west 7:30— t:30—Isham Jones Or.—to e 8:00— »:00—Ruth Ettlng. Songs—to C t:15— 9:15—Ed. C. Hill—cat to cat 9:30— 9:30—Band Concert—east; Ann Last—Dixie; Dancing—weat 9:00—10:00—Chrletmaa Carol—c to e 10:00—11:0O— Dancing Xmaa—also e 11:00—12:00—Carol Service—also c 12:00— 1:00—Oance Hour—wabe only NBC-WJ2 NETWORK BASIC—East: wjs (key) wbs-wbza wbal wham Kdka wear wjr wlw; Mid* watt: wcky kyw krkx wenr wla kwk kwcr koll wren wmaq kso NORTHWEST A CANADIAN — WtmJ wiba kttp wabc wday kfyr ckfw efet SOUTH — wrva wp(f wwna wla wjax wfla*wsun wlod wsm wnr.c wsb wapi wjdx wsmb kvoo wky wfaa wbap kpre woai ktbs ktbs MOUNTAIN—koa kdyt kglr kfhl PACIFIC COAST — Wfo kfi kgw komo khq kpo aeca kex kjr kgs k/sd ktar Cent. East. 1:05— 2:05—Words A Music. Ensemble 1:30— 2:30—Harold Stokes Orchestra 1:45— 2:45—Concert Petit, Ensemble 2:00— 3:00— The Radio Troubadours 2:30— 3:30—Men O' Seng Quartet 2:45— 3:45—Lee Sima and llo 3:00— 4:00—The Rhythmic Serenade 3:30— 4:30—Concert Favorites—also c 4:C0— 6:00—Sherman Orch.—also csL 4:30— 5:30—Swanee Serenadtra—to « 4:45— 5:45—Orphan Anma—east only 5:00— 6:00—Ths Little German Band 5:30— 6:30—To Be Announced 6:45— 6:45—Lee S<ms A Orch.— Da slc; Orphan Annie— midwest rpu 6:00— 7:00—Fields and Hall, Comedy 6:15— 7:15—To Be Announced 6:30— 7*30—The Cuckoos— also coast 7:00— 8:00—To Be Announced 7:15— 8:15—Weeks Orchestra—also c 7:30— 8:30—The Road to Romany 8:00— 9:00—To Be Announced 9:00—10:00—Whoopee. Variety Prog* 9:30—10:30—The Buccaneers. Vocal 9:45—10:45—20 Fingers of Harmony 10:00—11:00— Pickens Sisters. Harmony 10:15—11:15—Lew Whits, Organ—c to e 11:00—12:00—Don Bettor's Orchestra 11:30—12:30— Mark Fisher’s Orchestra Truck Markets .. ... Average auction prices of grape fruit sold Thursday, Dec. 22: Detroit: Texas 596 boxes. Gen. Avg. $2 66. Florida 659 boxes. Gen. Avg. $2 62. Pittsburgh Florida 767 boxes. Gen. Avg. $196. Chicago: Texas 71 boxes. Oe:i. Avg. $2 68. Florida 470 boxes. Gen. Avg $182 St. Louis: Texas 360 boxes Gen. Avg. $2.42. Sales to jobbers reported Thurs day. Dec 22: Cabbage: < Texas round type let tuce crates unless otherwise stated) Cleveland — few sales $2.25-2.50 Detroit—few $225 Savoy few $2.0o. Philadelphia—flat type $2-2.25. Cin cinnati—flat type $2-2.25. Chicago —round and flat types $1.65-1.9u. mostly $1.75. Boston—fair quality $1.75-2. New York $1.75-2; half crts $1-125 St. Louis—41.75-2; 50 lb. sacks 90c. Beets; (Texas lettuce half crates : unless otherwise stated ) Philadel phia $1 65--1.75. Chicago mostly $3 40-1 50. Detroit—$1.75, very few $190. New York—mostly $1.50-1.75. Boston—best $1.35. few $1 50. St Louis—$1 15. j Carrots. (Texas lettuce hen j crates unless otherwise s’a^ed.l Philadelphia—$1.25 Chicago- fuil crates small $1.25. New Yo-g— fun crates $1 12 1-2 to $125. Detroit fair 65-75c. Boston—far $1 00, St Louis—Nil ?rates best $1.25. fair 90c-$1.00. Carlot shipments of entire Unit- 1 ed States reported Thursday. Dec 1 22: Grapefruit: Ariz. 4. Fla. 59. Tex- j as 10. total US 73 cars. Oranges Calif. 102, Fla. 65. total US 167 cars. Mixed citrus: Calif. 2. Fla. 48. to tal US 50 cars Snap beans: Fla. 19. total US 19 cars. Beets New York I. Texas 4. to tal US 5 cars. Cabbage: Ala. 1. Calif. 2. Colo 2 Fla 5. N Y 54 Texas 11. Wash, i W'is. 14. total US 90 cars. Carrots: Ariz. 2. Calif. 17. Mich 2. N. Y 1. Texas 6. Wash 1 total US 29 cars. Mixed vegetables: Ariz. 2. Call? 11. Fla 14. La 5. M:ch. N. Y. 2. S Car. 1. Texas 33. total US 69 cars. Green peas: Fla 2. total US 2 cars Mexico 16 cars. Peppers: Fla 2. total US 2 cars. Soinach: Texas 6. total U S8 cars. I Tomatoes: Fla 14. total US 14 cars Mexico 25 cars. Lower Rio Grande Valley move ment forwarded Friday morning. Dec 23: Grapefruit 10. mixed vegetables 25. Cabbage ll. beets 3. carrots 1. beets and carrots l. radishes 1. po tatoes 1. broccoli 1. fruits ana vegetables 1. total 55 cars Total to date this season—citrus fnm 1596. vegetables 810. mixed fruits and vegetables 15. total 2421: to -~ . - -- same day last season—c.trus fruit 1904. vegetables 1452. mixed fruit* and vegetables 32, total ' 88 cars. BROWN HAIR STRONG WASHINGTON. — Clement H Brown. Washington physicist, ha* found that the average hair on a girl's head is about one-half the tensile strength of steel. He also finds that brown hair is the most difficult, and that red hair is the hardest to stretch. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT NOTICE TO BIDDERS Notice is hereby given that sealed proposals will be received by the Commissioners' Court of Cameron County on the 30th day of Drcem ter A. D. 1932. at ten o'clock in the morning, from any banking corpora tion. association, or individual bank er in Cameron County desiring to be selected as the depository of the funds of Cameron County. Proposals shall state the rate of interest offered on the funds of the County for the term between the date of such bid and the next regular time for the selection of a depository. Said bid shall be accompanied by a Certified Check payable to the order of the County Judge and his successors in office, for not less than one-half of one per cent of the County's revenue of the pre ceding year a* a guarantee ol good faith on the part of the bidder, that r 7 --—-----"I ELECTRICAL appliances will make a practical economical Christmas gift. Waffle Irons, per colators. toasters, and the mix master on display Star Electric. Phone 171. BUY HER a new Smgcr Console electric sewing machine. • A gift long remembered. Singer Sew ing Machine Co.. Phone 55. A GIFT of Norris Exquisite Can dies is sure to please Attractive holiday packs in all sizes. Resaca City News Co., San Benito. CHRISTMAS shopping made easy. City calls one passenger. 15c; 2 or more. 25c Square Deal Taxi Co.. Phone 300. REGULAR six dollar balloon tire wagons $295. Pocket knives, scis sors at half price. Bankrupt Sale old Rio Grande Hardware Bldg, Harlingen. GIVE HER Rollins sheer, posi tive run-stop, lace top hose. Only $1.00 pair. All shades and sizes. Guarantee Shoe Store. HER CHRISTMAS would not be complete without a box of Nor ris or Elmer’s candies in attrac tive holidays packages. Harry’s Cigar Store. FOR A WIDE selection of Greet ing cards and individual gifts at reasonable prices visit the Hobby Shop. Madison Hotel Arcade. Harlingen. HAVE a Zennette Radio in your home this Christmas. A gift the whole family will enjoy. Cova cevich Supply Co. WHY NOT call Mary-Pat Beauty Shop for suggestions for mi lady's Christmas Cosmetics, a lovely permanent or $5.50 rate card until Christmas. $4 00. SHE WILL find real Joy in cook ing on a Universal or Quick Meal gas range. Easy terms. Rio Grande Valley Gas Co. GIVE HER the double value gift that combines sentiment and sav ings—A Frigidaire. Get details without obligation from John H. Hunter. OUR STOCK reducing sale lasts until Christmas Buy your gifts at prices below cost. Fine French perfumes. Knosel Curio Store, Matamoros. HER CHRISTMAS will not be complete without an attractive holiday box of WTiittman's or Pangbum's fine candies. Mc Kays Pharmacy. WHILE Christmas shopping visit our fountain. Delicious hot choc olate. 10c. Fresh Mexican candies in holiday packs. Calderoni's Drug Store. 1144 Washington. SHE WILL appreciate a practical gift more this Christmas than ever before. Hosiery, lingerie, handkerchiefs, and linens. J. C. Penney. COMPLETE LINE Kaywoodie pipes—holders Tobacos. cigar- I ettes. cigars. Jacob's and Buntie's fine candies in Christmas pack ages. United Cigar Store Agency. VARIETY of gifts for every mem ber of the family. Lunch and re fresh yourself at our fountain while shopping. McKay s Phar macy. USEFUL and practical gifts are most appreciated. If you want to sec him smile. Just him a Firestone tire. HAVE YOUR hunting trophies mounted by our Expert Taxider mist. Deer heads a specialty. Mounted specimens for sale. Snake King. Brownsville MAKE HIS holidays cozy as well as every other day this winter with a Radiantflre heater. Rio Grande Valley Gas Co. THE HUNTER will appreciate a thermos bottle or some amuni tion for the holiday hunts. Save by trading at Covacevich Supply Co. For Children VELOCIPEDES $295 Heavy Rub ber tired wagons $3 25 Pocket Knives. Brownsville Hardware on Eleventh Street. BE SURE to visit our store for practical and useful gifts for ev ery’ member of the family. Cova cevich Supply Co. NEW RUSSET tan cow boy bridles with curb bits only dollar twenty five; also pony saddles. Browns ville Hardware Also Phillips Hardware. San Benito and Har lingen. VELOCIPEDES. Tricycles, wag ons and scooters that will delight every boy and girl. Also some beautiful dolls J. C Penney Co. For Home LAMPS COFFEE tables, smoking sets and easy chairs make useful gifts that the whole family will enjoy. Borderland Furniture Company. BRIGHTEN UP your home for Christmas with Mazdas. How about that outlet you need or electrical repair? Phone Hargis, 923. WE CARRY a complete lim of fresh fruits and vegetables at reasonable prices. A Ac G Mar ket. Yesterday's eggs today. TRADE AT the Covacevich Sup ply Co., and save the difference on Hardware, auto and electrical supplies. PRACTICAL economical and most acceptable will b? a gift of Oas appliances. Sold on easy i terms. Rio Grande Valley Gas ! CO. GIVE A new Singer Vacuum cleaner: superior features; easy 1 to operate; trouble free and self adjusting. Singer Sewuig Mach 1 ine Co. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT if his bid is accepted he will enter into the bond required by law Such proposals shall be sealed and addressed to the County Audi tor of Cameron County. Brownsville. Texas, bearing the notation, ‘Bid for County Depository.” Done by'Order of the Commission ers' Court on the 23rd Day ->f November. 1932 Witness my hand and seal of of fice this 8th day of December. A. D. 1932 H M Skelton County Auditor. Dec 9-16-23-3t-4493 Announcements M_ - _ NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS The annual meeting of the stock holders of the State National Bank of Brownsville. Texas, will be held At its banking house on Tuesday. January 10. 1933. at 3:30 o'clock p. m . for the election of directors and the transaction of such other busincj* as may properly come before the meeting. A. H. Fernan dez. cashier. «—hi*. miir—— ELECTRICAL Service & Appliances Quicker service—Lower prices. Let us bid on your next job. We will be cheaper. ELECTRIC SPECIALTY CO 1220 Elizabeth — Phone 982 Dependable Prompt Phone S5X Brownsville Title Company Opposite Court Houm Brownsville Abstracts of Title Title Insurance Complete abstracts of title co all lands in Cameron County, Texas Automotive ■— ' - —■■■■ ■ — , - __ Wheel and Axel Alignment We stop shimmy, hard steer ing. excessive tire wear, and road weave. Satisfaction guar anteed. Bingley Chevrolet Co. Los Fresno*. Texas Automobile Bargains 2 — 1932 Sedan demonstra tors—discount. 1 — 1928 Dodge 4-door sedan. 1 _ New 1931 Ford 157-inch truck, closed cab. stake body. 1 — 1932 Ford Sport Coupe. Patteson Motor Co. Phone m 1 ■—1 ■ Business Services 28 Moving, Truck*, Storage AUSTIN TRANSFER Col ioO Washington. Moving and crating Phone 421. U66 34 Insurance INSURANCE BONDS W. B. CLINT Phone € WOOD and DODD INSURANCE SURETY BONDS Phones 100 - 101 • Brownsville Spire? - Kowalski Building Financial Dept BB. Brownsville. Texas Financial ] 42 Auto Loans Automobile Loans t and ' REFINANCING Lowest Rates. Immediate Service Pay While You Ride OUT-OP-TOWN LOANS HANDLED 1 PROMPTLY ' Convenient Parkin* VALLEY FINANCE CO. 1 Patteson Motor Co. Bid*. Brownsville, Phone 8*8 E10* AUTO LOANS Quick Service - Low Rates Refinance or Direct Loans Auto Loan Co. Arcade Bldf., Room 5 1041 Levee SL BROWNSVILLE Merchandise I - • 54 For Sale • Mi seel. GOOD CANE HAY for sale. 1218 W St. Charles, or phone 1278. H«l SINGER SEWING machlir; sewg perfectly, *6 00 1122 W. garrison. Harlingen. H67 FOR SALE—Baby Grand piano; practically new; bargain. Writ* Box 885. Brownsville. Texas. H69. 59 Machinery - Equipment DEPRESSION prices on Towner discers. orchard cultivators, pan busters. Also on second hand trac tors and equipment. Massey Harris Co., Harlingen. H20 61 Wanted - Miscellaneous ONE SET of good reference books, must be priced right. Address car* Herald. H84 _Rentals_ 63 Apartments TWO and THREE-ROOM lumlsh ed apartment. Phone 578, 442 Le vee. 0*7 SETHMAN Apartments—nicely fur nished, comfortable modern apart ments. Phone 1231. H23 FURNISHED and unfurnished du plex apartments; garage; nice yard, all conveniences. 1114 W. Eltiabeth. phone 1013 or 818 J. H53 SWEENY APARTMENTS — Well turnlshed. ultra modern, electne refrigeration, garage, service Mila paid. Phone 1038. H39 . FURNISHED APARTMENT tor rent. Phone 1354 after 4 oclock. GV1 Real Eitate OPPORTUNITY List your grove with THOMAS HOMER Sc COMPANY, repre sentatives of CITRUS GROVES SALES SERVICE, and an In dividual description will be broadcast over XEAW. that powerful Reynosa Station, at 6 15 A M and 9:15 P M and 11:15 P. M daily, with minute details regarding that individual grove. A new method of moving distressed property at a reason able price. Come in and let ua explain the plan. Thomas Homer A Co. . - 72 Farms - Ranches FOR SALE—2 well Improved tracts; one 40. one 53 acres; 18 acres or I grove each part of which is bear ) mg; ideal resaca Citrus and truck - j ing land > all in thorough state or I cultivation; implements, teams and tractors; everything ready to go; close to pavement and town; all | under Irrigation; must sell; pood I terms Owner, Box 307. phone 6019 F 3. Classified Ads Try The Herald FV MANCHL — The Golden Pomegranate*—Waiting! gy ROHMER * - _jr ijr__ -Y »*X Xoba«r'Ia4 Sa ¥«n »TBdtc«M. Inc fcS*- W'll As F*re*»n-anged. we cautiously removed our shoes and tiptoed across the carpet and sat oown In easy chairs. We had first to await the arrival of Jona than Martins friend. An hour passed m perfect ' silence Then we heard a buafline sound. Foosteps were coming up the corridor. They [ stopped opposte our door and we heard a faint i rapping, followed by a muffled. “Come m!" from* Weymouth. Then, as the door was opened, there w»« th» sound of a wheezy rasping cough. A strange cracked voice as of a verv old man • which, nevertheless. I recognized lor Smith’*) cried: Hullo. Martin—cough no better?” Then the door was closed again and complete silence settled down. i There is nothing so nerve-wracking, so thoroughly exhausting, as waiting in a dead stillness. We were tense, airaid to move, to yawn or stretch. We coukl not read for fear the rustling pages would give ua away All we could do was—wait.