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Club Elects New Officers (Special to The Herald) MERCEDES. April 15.—Mrs. Ar tie Sugg, secretary of the Retail Merchants association of this place was elected president of the Busi ness and professional Women’s club •t a monthly banquet held Thursday night at the home of Miss Emma Reisterer . ^ ^ ... Other officers elected at this meeting are: Miss Myrtle Jones, Vice president; Miss Eugenia King, recording secretary; Miss Nita Oul Well corresponding secretary, and M'.v Ista Pritchard, treasurer. Ti- banquet table held beautiful flcwers and greenery Mrs. Jewel Riunert. present president, preskied. Df Herbert Philbrook of Chicago character analyst, guest talked c*n “Psychology.” Dr. Philbrook was In Mercedes nine rears ago. A read ing. Mandy’s Hand Organ.” was given bv Mrs Fred Wood of Tulsa. Okla a guest in the home of Mrs Bug* Installation of officers will be held at the next meeting of the Club, at which time. Mrs. Sugg will announce the appointment of the chairmen to head the various committees The past year has Deen a ousy and a profitable one In the Busi ness club. Continuing their beau tification work, members have been most active In the relief work being done here. Officers who have served for the past vear are: Mrs Jewel Rippert. president: Mrs. Lellah Lyle, vice president: Mrs. Karltne Smith, re ..secretary: Miss Ista Prtt *hi3w corresponding secretary, and Miss Molly Hannon, treasurer: Mr. and Mrs. John Bruce and Mrs J. W Dowier were guests. • • A courtesy extended Miss John nie B. Parks, was the one given by her mother. Mrs. J. E. Parks, in honor of her fourteenth birth day. Games were followed by re freshments. Guests included Misses Mary Ruth Hamoton. Leander McMa nus. Joan Johnson. Betty June Green. Frances Keelty. Margaret Parks, and Donald Payne. Billie Tavdor. Alden Smith. A. J. and Sam Parks. Paul Payne, John Ward and Jimmy Beale • • • Mlns Amy MacM&nus was host ess to a number of friends at an afternoon bridge at her home re cently. High score honors were awarded Miss Pauline Schaudies and Miss Merry Andrews, who tied. Miss Schaudies received the prize ir. a drawing Places w-ere marked for tempt ing refreshments for Misses Mau Use Brownsville Herald Classified Ads to Get Results Classified rates are: 30 words or less, on* insertion. .40c Or ft 20 word*, on* insertion per word . to Subsequent Insertions run ooo •ecutively. per word . l'fco Minimum ... 10 words By montn. per word ........ Wo No classified adrerusement ac cepted for ieae than . *Oo LOCAL READER RATES Readers, per inch . 01 to Second and third days. 3»«o per word: fourth, fifth and sixth uays jo per word: 7 consecutive days Legal notices le par word each in sertion. To insure publication on tbe same lay. classified ..d« must be m tbs 2>,jc pet word per day. Check yout ad when it first »p jfftce by 10 a m oo week day*, snd by 4 p m Saturday for Sun lay's paper pears as tbs Herald la not respon sible for mors than on* incorrect Insertion. NOTE: All Classified Advertising (s H e Strictly Cash Basis Phons No • and ask for Miss Classified. »h* will takt your ad. glv* belpful suggestions If wanted, snd tell you what the ad will cost Then later in :be day a hoy will eal) on you wttb the bill and *ou may pay him. People living outside of Browne vllls should mall in their clasalfled sds with checks attached. I t-—. dine Blankenship. Helen Drefke. Gladys Hampton, Ruth Wood, Pauline Schaudies. Merry Andrews, Catherine Commons. Doris Garri son, Velma Jane Colley. Margarette Garrison and Mrs. James Johnson. • # • Order of the Eastern Star had ; for guests at their meeting this week 15 members of the San Benito chapter. The opening number was a song of greeting, sung and com posed by the visiting group. Mrs. A. Zastera gave a vocal solo, and Mrs. John Rouse, a reading, both of whom were of the hostess i number. B. F. Byres gave a talk on "The Square and Compass." Refreshments were served at a social hour. "Italian Stories” proved an in teresting subject at the Delphian Study club with Mrs. R. H. Austin of Donna in charge. Various topics were given by members, as follows: Mrs. H. E. Hager. ' Bocoacio’s Decameron”; Mrs. John McClellan of Donna. Character of Renaissance Stories"; Mrs. G. K. Wattson. "The Plot of Basil;" Mrs. Perry Perkins. "The Magic Garden;" Mrs. M. L. Donley, The Silent Lover." • • • The Just Around tlie Corner bridge club was entertained by Mrs. Carrie Stuart and Mrs. Lettie | Gibson, at the home of the form er. A color scheme of pink was gained with pink radiance roses. A refreshment was served. • • • Wednesday night has been named as "Indian Night" by the Woman's auxiliary of the Methodist church, j when, at the completion of the six weeks' study of the -American Indian". under the diection of Mrs. i C. E. Bludworth, the congrega \ > and friends, are invited to attend an "Indian Program.” During the past five weeks the women have been assembling Indian relics, post ers and specimen of Indian ind ustry and art, all of which will go to make the program one of in terest. The style of the Indian "refreshments” has not been made known. Plans for the program were made at the meeting of the aux iliary when Mrs. Bludworth con tinued her series of discourses, with a number of the women pres ent having topics, the theme of which was “Education of the In dian." • • • Mrs. Fred Wood of Tulsa. Okla . , is a guest here in the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Sugg. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Nethery of Mission. Misses Elizabeth Sugg and Mary Bradfield of Dallas, were guests In the Sugg home. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Martin Orre?? and son of Long Beach. Calil.. are visiting Mrs. Orres' parents. Mr. and Mrs J. L. Vining. They are enroute to Iowa where they will make their home. Mrs. Orres was Miss Lucy Vining and well known here. • • • Demonstration Club Meets In Coates Home LOS FRESNOS. April 15.—Mrs. Geo. L. Coates was hostess Thurs day afternoon to the members of the Home Demonstration club at her home northwest of town After a short business meeting the pro gram was presented by Mrs. Whip ple. chairman. Delicious refresh ments were served. Mrs. C. Lee per will be hostess at the regular meeting when a demon stration on making cottage cheese | will be given. Those interested are i invited • • • The adult Sunday 8chool class of the Methodist church entertained with a social W'ednesdav evening at th** ho”"° Pfleffer. honoring Rev. and Mrs. McWhortor aau *u\ a..u Pfleffer on their 30th wedding an niversary. A number of games were played and sandwiches and coffee were served to: Rev and Mrs McWhor tor. Mr. and Mrs. Moreland. ? rs Geo. Krets. Mr and Mrs. J S Chase •>r'A t— » P Watkins. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. ’ Pfleffer. iwr. a... - son and Mr. and Mrs. S E. Barr - THIS CURIOUS WORLD ~ 1 f m GERMANY at IC/GOE. WFSrAHALlA, AN OLD RAGAN RITE STILL MAKES ITS APPEARANCE - AT £AS7SQ/ A GREAT WOOOEN WHEEL, STUFFEO WITH STRAWS IS SET AFIRE AND ROLLED DOWN THE HILLSIDE NTO THE VALLEY BAD LUCK IS thus Borneo TO ASHES, ANO prosperity FOLLOWS IN ITS WAKB/ k 1T TAkIS ABOUT 7*0 toms or /Qoses TO PROOUCE ONie PCVMO OF ATTAR OF ROSES/ I Sis? '5S* 1 (Pf\ick<?o Does NOT JERK. ITS HEAD &ACX A NO f&PTH when it Rons, but jerks it FO&MAPD \ only/ the head pauses long enough FOR THE 60OV TO CATCH U° AND THEN Pushes forward agaim. Today’s Radio Features SUNDAY, APRIL IS (Central and Eastern Standard Time) Note—All programs to Key and basic coons 01 groups thereof unless sped* fled: coast to coast (c to cl destenatlon Includes all available stations. programs subject to change. Day (By Tka associated Press; NBC WEAF NETWORK ■ASIC—East: west wlw weel wile wlar wtag wesh wfl wilt wfbr wre wgy when wcae «Um wrwj waal. Midwest: wmaq wcfl Had Woe-who wow wdaf NORTMWESI A CANADIAN - wimj wlba kstp webc wday kfyr ckgw cfcf SOUTH — wrva wptt wwnc wi* wjaa wfld-wsun wlod warn wmc wsb wapi wjdx wsmb kvoo w-ky wfaa wbap kpre woal ktbs ktha MOUNTAIN —koa kdyl Kgtr kghl COAST—kgo k/1 kgw komo khq kpo kfsd ktar kgu iMORNISUt Cant. East. 7:00— 1:00—Melody Hour—east only S:0<^- 9:00—Special Easter Program 9:30—.9:30—Sparklets Woodwinds 8:45— 9:45—Jay Alden Edkins. Basso 9:00—10:00—Sketch of the Southland 9:30—10:30—Italy Music Impressions 10:00—11:00—The Radio Rubos. Songs 10:15—11:15— Major Bowes-also coart 11:15—12:16—Edward Tomlinson Talk 11:30—12:30—Cleveland "Pop" Concert (Af'TBKSOONt 12:00— 1:00—Rome Easter Program 12:30— 1:30— ' .onahine-Honeysuckl* 1:00— 2:00—Doerr s Saxophones—to e 1:15— 2:15—To Be Announced 1:30— 2:30—Vocal A Orcd. weal oniy 2:00— 3:00—Wayno Kirg, Or.—also c 2:30— ?:00—Dr. S P. Cadman—c to c 3:00— 4:00—Music Well-Spring—to c 3:15— 4:15—Johnny and Veo—also cst 3:30— 4:30—Chicago A Cappalla Choir CBS WABC NETWORK BASIC—East: wabc wlcc wade woko wcao waab wnac war wkbw wkrc whk ckok wdre wcau wlp wjas wean wfbi wspd wjav. Midwest: wbbm wgn wfbm kmbe weco kmox wowo EAST AND CANADIAN — wpg whp wlbw whec wlbs wfea wore efrb ckac DIXIE — wgst wsfa wbre wqam wdcxi wnox klra wrec wise v.dsu wtoc krld wrr ktrh ktsa waco koma wdbo wodx wbt wdoe wblg wbas wtar wdbj wwva wrr.bg wsja MIDWEST — wbcm wabt wcah wmbd wtaq wkbh kfab wisn ksej wlbw kfh wmt wnac wkbn wgl MOUNTAIN—kvor klx Koh ksl PACIFIC COAST — khj koin kgb kfre kol kfpy kvl I UoR.MS(i) Cent. Cast. 6:30— 7:30—Eaater Sunrlae Service 7.30— 6:30—The Morning Musicals 8:00— 9:00—Columbia Jumcr Bugle 8:30— 9:3(^~Daily Health Talk—east: in Luxembourg Gardens—west 8:46— 9:46—Marlon Carley. Pianist 9:00—10:00—Church of the Air—to csi 9:30—10:30— Aeolian 'tring Quar.—lot 10:00—11:00—Children a Hour — wabt only. Ar >old and Carliie— aisr cst 10:30—11:30— Mormon Choir and Orgar —also coast, but wabc out 11:00—12:00—Mormon Choir—also cat 11:30—12:30—Deutsch Orches.—also cst 11:45—12:46—The Street Singer—also c (AFTERNOON) 12:00— 1:00—Church of the Air—c to c 12:30— 1:30— Lazy Dan’a Show—basic 1:CO— 2:00—Ed McConnell—also coast 1:15— 2:15—The Tango King — basic; Music Maker Wendell Hall—nndw 1:30— 2:30— Sunday Matinee—basic 2:00— C:C0—N. V Philharmonic—to e NBC-WJZ NETWOPK ■ASIC — East: wja wbz-wbza wba) wham kdka wgar wjr wlw wsyr wmai. Midwest: wcky kyw kfks wear wis kwk kwcr koil wren wit.aq kso NORTHWEST A CANADIAN - wimj wlba kstp we be wday kfyr ckgw cfcf SOUTH — wrva wptf wwnc wis wja* wlla-wsun wlod *?m wmc wsb wapt wjdx wsmh k\oo wky wfaa wbap kpre woai kths kths MOUNTAIN—koa kdyl kgtr kghl PACIFIC COAST - kgo kfl kgw korno khq kpo kfsd ktar (MORNING) Cent. East 6:30— 7:30—Easter Sunrise Service 7:1^- 6:15—Tone Pictures—east only 8:00— 9:00— Tl c NBC Children's Hour 9:00—10:00—Mexican Marimba Band 9:30-10:30—Fiddlers Three and Piano 10:00—11:00—Concert Organ Recital 10:16—11:16— Morning Musicals. Vocal 11:00—I2:00-Baby Rose Marie-wjz 11:15—12:16—Radio City Concert—to c (AFTERNOON) 12:16— 1:15—Mi lcolm La Prado— bas'd 12:30— 1:30—Program from Germany 1:00— ?:0O—The Mystery 1 enor—to e 1:16— 2:15—lrtern‘1 Radio Forum basic. Money Adventures— mldw 1:30— 2:30—The Chronicle—cst to cst 2:00— 3:00—Goldman Band Concert 2:30— 3:30— To Re \nnounced 3:00— 4:0(^-Dick Daring's Adventures 3:16— 4:16—Symphonett- and Vocal 3:30— 4:30—Vnuth r.»M»M«»«—- •* • SUNDAY. APRIL 16 (Central and Eastern Standard Time) Note—All program* to key and basic chains or groups thereof unless speci fied: coast to coast (c to c) designation Includes all available station*. Programs subject to change. P. M. (By Tha associated Press) NBC WEAF NET WORK BASIC—East: weal wlw weel wtlo wlar wtag wcah wfl wilt wfbr wrc wgy wben wcae wtam wwj usat; Midwest: wmsq wrfl ked woc-who wow wdaf NORTHWEST A CANADIAN - wtmj wlba kstp webc wday Ufyr ckgw cfcf SOUTH — wrva wptf wwnc wla wjax wfla-wsun wlod wsm wmc wsb wapi wjdx wsmii kvoo wky wfaa wbap kprc woal ktbs kths MOUNTAIN-koa kdyl kglr kghl COAST—kgo kfi kgw komo khq kpo kfsd ktar kgu Cent. East. 4:00— 0:00— Lowell Thomas—• only 4:IS— 6:15—To Be Announced 4:30— 6:30— Annual Garden Party 5:CO— 6:00—Catholic Program—c to f 6:30— C:30—Ame-ican Schools—c to c 6:00— 7:00—Jimmy Melton's Program 6:16— 7:16— Ray Knight. Mia Sketch 6:30— 7:30—.oe Most Orchestra—ea«t 7:00— l:C0—Eddie Cantor—cst to cst 1:00— ' :00— Merry Go Round—basic • 30— 1:30— Familiar Music—c to c 6:00—10:00—Current G'v'rnment—to i 6:16—10:16— To Be Announced 6:30—10:30—To Be Announced 6.46—1":46— At Seth Parker's—also e 10:16—11:15—The Don Hall Trio 10:30-11:30—Orchestral Gems—also r 11:00—12:00—Will Osborne's Orchestra 11:30—12:30 Charlie Kerr's Orchestra CBS WABC NETWORK BASIC—East: wabc wtcc wade woko veto wash wnac wgr *vkbw wkrc whk ckok wdre w.au wtp wjas wean wfbl w.«pd wjs>. Mid west: vbbin «gn wfbm kmhc wcco kmox wowo EAST AND CANADIAN — wpg whp wibw whec wlba rfea wore efrb ckac DIXIE — wgst wsf.i wbre wqam wdod wnox klra wrec wlac wdsu wtoc krld wrr ktrh ktsa waco koma wdbo wodx wbt wdae wbig whaa wtar wdbj wwva wmbg wsja MIDWEST — wDcm wsbt wcah wmbd wtaq wkbh kfab wlsn ksej wlbw kfh wmt wnac wkbn wgl MOUNTAIN -kvor kls koh ksl PACIFIC COAST — kill koin kgb kfre kol kfpy kvl Cent. East. 4:00— 5 OO—Roses and Drums. Drams cent. East. 4:30— 3:30— Review in Muelc — east: Matinee—west: Callad*-Dixie 4:45— 5:45—Chicago Knights—west 5:00— 4:00— Lawyer A Public—C Id C 5;30— 6:30—Cathedral Prog.—c to c 4:00— 7:00—H. V. Kaltenborn—c to c 6:15— 7:15—To Be Announced 6:30— 7:30—Lou Ross' Russians—to c 6:46— 7:45—Angelo .'atri. Talk — ba sic. Theo Karle. Tenor — Dixie: Kansas City Pi esenta — veil 7:00— 6:00—Black River Giant—to e 7:15— 8:16—Kostelanetz Symp.—to c 7:45— 8:45—Black River Giant—to e 8:00— 9:00—Fred Allen Revue—c to c 8:30— 9:30—The Parade of Meloaies 9:00—10:00—Columbia Rc ie—c to c 9:30—10:30—The Gauche.:. it90 coast 10:u0—11:0O—Duchin Orchestra — coaat out. Angelo Patrl—coast repeat 10:30—11:30—Ted Lewie Orch.—c to e 11:0O—12:00—Ben Pollack Orch.—c toe 11:30—12:30—B. Cummins <">rch.—c to c NBC WJZ NETWORK BASIC — East: wjs wbz-wbza wbal wham kdka w,sr wjr wlw wayr wmai. Midwest: wcky kyw kfkx wenr wls kwk kwer koil wren wmsq kso NORTHWEST A CANADIAN - srtmj wiba kstp webc wday kfyr ckgw efit SOUTH — wrv* wptf wwnc wls wja* wita-wsun wiod warn wmc wsb wap! wjdx w*mh kvoo wky wfaa wbap kpre woal klbs kths MOUNTAIN — kna kdyl kRlr kghl PACIFIC COAST - kgo kfl kgw koine khq kpo kfsd ktar Cent. East 4:00— 5:00—National Vespera—c to e 4:30— 5:30—P. ges of Romance—basic 5:00— 6:00—Women's Vocai Octet 6:30— 6:30— Brahms Senes fi.ncert 5:45— 6:45—Oick Daring—mid w rpt 6:00— 7:00—Ths Harmonica Rascals 6:15— 7:18—Dr H. W. Haggard—east 6:30— 7:30— History Moments—c to c 7:00— 8:00—Land of ths Good Songs 8;0O— 9:00—Warden Liwei. Drama 8:30— J:30—Walter Winchell. Talk 8:45— 9:45— Picl.ent Sisters, Harmony 8:00—10:00— Phil Dewey • Songs 9:15—10:15— Loptz A ths Docs—also c 9:45—10:45—Orang* Lantern, Mystery 10:15—11:15— Welcome Lewie, Blues basic: Walter Winchell—west rpl 10:30—11:30—Concert Organ Recital 11.00—12:30— Dance Nocturne—also cat 11:30—12:30—Jan Garber's Orchestra San Benito Clubs Meet During Week 'Special to The Herald• SAN BENITO, April 15—Papers on various phases of the art of living were read by Mesdames I. O. Adamson. W. O. Brown and Jessie Thompson at the Athenian club meeting at the home of Mrs. M B Finley. Mrs. Brown was topic leader. Mrs. Joe E Smith presided in the absence of Mrs. W. S. Fairey, president. The club heard constitution and by-laws of the Community Con Federation read. Mrs. Nathan Craig will have the April 26 meeting. • • • Curios Pom Japan, sent Mrs. R F. Worth by a missionary, lent interest to her discussion of that countrv before the Woman's Cul ture club at the home of Mrs. Harrv M. Carroll. Other phases of tlie study on Japan were given by Mrs. J. Y Haney who discussed the religion, and Mrs. J. E. Shafer who talked of that country as a world power. Mrs. F. C. Richey was program leader. The April 26 meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Floyd Worth • • • The following were guests when the San Benito Walther League , surprised Mr. and Mrs. Lester Stauf fer. recently married .with a |>arty at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Scholes: Misses Elsie Thieme. Helen Swanson. Irene and Helen Wach smuth, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meyers. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Thieme and children. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hec tor, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stauffer. Mr. and Mrs. Schoies. Mrs. Skrove and daughter. Shirley. Oscar. Clarence and Herbert Thieme. Fred Wach smuth. Arnold Hector, and Mrs Louise Woods of Cleveland. Harlingen HARLINGEN. April 15—Children of the primary Sunday school class ol the Baptist church were guests of Mrs. H. T. Pittman, their ins tructor. at an Easter egg hunt Sat urday morning at Fair park. Other enterta.nment was provided and host :rved refn shments A tour of the zoo was especially in teresting to the tots. • • • Weed Kindergarten children en joyed an Easter egg hunt and party Friday morning at the kindergarten building. Little green frosted cakes. Upped with little cotton chickens were served to about 23 little ! guest*. Easter colors were expressed 1 in the decorations. • • • Mrs. J. K. Moore and daughter. I Mary of Luling. have been spend- ; ing the past two weeks visiting their daughter and sister. Mrs. VV. W. Dunlap. They have been com plimented with numerous courte sies while here and have also visited San Benito friends. _____ I Big epidemic of colds foreseen for early summer. National law now permits physicians to pre scribe as much whisky as they feel is needed. Announcements ] 7 Professional DR. W. A. JONES Dentist 403 State National Bank Phone 704 Credit Extended If Desired -| S Personal SINI’S-CATARRH sufferer* let me tell you free how I found ptruun ent relief. I have nothing to sell. Please send stamped return nn velope. Millardd. Box 31TS, Min neapolis. Minnesota. L-60 Travel Opportunities FATHER AND SON want to make connection with auto going to Mil waukee or vicinity within week. Apply La Villa Hardware Co.. L\ Villa. Texas. L156 SAVE MONEY By Trading at the COVACEVICH SUPPLY CO. Lawn mowers .. $5.80 Ironing boards . . $1.25 Gasoline irons . . $2.75 Simonize and cleaner, , each .. . 39c Fishing Poles and Tackle — Cast Nets Poultry and Screen Wire Fruit Jars, Tops and Rubbers Garden Tools Radio Tubes Hardware, Auto, Elec trical and Plumbing Supplies A broom given away with each dollar purchase Anything from a ranch to a rat skin Opposite the Chamber of Commerce Under Gateway Hotel Automotive 10 Autos for Sale REO TRUCK, 1 1-t ton stake ooily, $250. good condition. Take good milk cow. light car and other trade, little tt&h, balance terms. See at Sanders Garage, Los f-cs nos. L -S7. 11 Wanted Autos WILL PAY CASH for aaed car. around $100.00. No dealers and r»> 1 junk. Call Mercedes 384 J bo tween 2 and 6 p. m. Sunday. L-57 Business Chances 1 ■ ———J START A BUSINESS; Formulas all kinds reasonable; Catalog free. Reliable Formula Co.. P. O. Box 267. Indianapolis. Ind. L-61 28 Mowing, Trucks, Storage AUSTIN TRANSFER Co! 941 L*vee. Moving and crating. Phone 421 U66 »4 Insurance INSURANCE BONDS W. B. CLINT Phone € WOOD and DODD INSURANCE SURETY BONDS Phone* 100 - 101 Brownsville Spivey - Kowalski Bnildinc Employment 36 Hip. Wanted - Female WOMEN—EARN $12 dozen sewing, materials cut, instructions furn f - ed, experience unnecessary, ad dressed envelope brings part.c ulars Superior Dress Comppn.t, 203 Havemeyer Street Brooklyn, ; N. Y. L-57 WANTED—GIRL to work during celebration at Port Isabel, \ ip' J at Carnival on 14th St„ City. L-S8 37 Saleamen - Agents i - SALESMEN. Distributors, with car, able to finance sell. Large line at tractive carded products, medi cines, toilet goods, extracts, spires, barber supplies. Exclusive terri tory. Gold Seal Products, Colum bus. O. L 63 —i——■ mm . | USE CLASSIFIED ADS _ _ _ ___ If you are not able to buy 77/ V Jr I f the new things that you iy\ / / want and need, why not fix * “ * * ** up the old? You’ll find listed below men who specialize in their particular line of work. They are dependable and welcome your patronage. GENERAL WELDING and REPAIR SHOP Key and Locksmith T. J. ROMMER 539 - 13th St. — Phone 732 Expert Watch and Jewelry Repairing Dorfman’s Jewelry Store, Inc. The Valley’s Finest Brownsville Your ad in this space will £0 before approxi mately 50,000 readers every Sunday. Phone Employment | 39 Situations Wanted WANTED—Position as companion or housekeeper by middle aged i American woman. Would go any place in Valley. Phone 1545. Box L53 Herald. L53 Livestock | SO Poultry • Supplies Baby Chicks from Cameron County Chickeries. La Feria; all breeds; English leghorns. 5c; all heavy breeds. 6c. For sale at JACKSON'S FEED AND. SEED STORES Brownsville 1036 Washington. Phone 887. ---— ^ ! Merchandise 1 _ _ FOR SALE—Beautiful baby buggy; will sell cheap; leaving Vall?y. Mrs. Ben Klein. 867 N. Benham. phone 32. San Benito. Tex. L-65 54 For Sale • Mitcel. CARRYING in stock Automobile, door and pad locks; night latch es. keys made for every lock. T J. Rommer. 539 13th. K58 CANE HAY FOR Sale—First cut ting. bright and well cured. Leo nard Johnson. Alamo. L-49 FOR RALE 3 room house In ex cellent condition; easy to move. 733 Fronton St. L52 | Rentals , 63 Apartments DUPLEX furnished, $25 month; bills paid. One unfurnished $15 1114 * 'est Elizabeth St., l*ii - phone 1013. K 42 MAY-DAY. Modem, cool, furnish ed apartments; reduced rates; scr vlc* bills paid. 139 Washington St L-33 SETHMAN APARTMENTS — Mod ern comfortable, well furnished apartment. Phone 1231. K59 SWEENY Apartments —Furnished; modem; cool; electrical refriger ation; walking distance; garage; reasonable. Phone 1038. Aj27 2 AND 3 ROOM apartment; 5 room house; cheap. Call 578 442 F L7 64 Room* FURNISHED ROOM private fam ily; fcoard optional. Phone 578. 442 Levee. K3 Try The Herald Classified Ads Rentals_ 65 Houses Fl’RNIKIIED houses. Cheap rent. Water free. 56 W. St. Francis. L-12 Now is the Time to BUY YOUR HOME Texas Building and Loan Assn. Pay Like Kent 434 11th SL — Phone 1S3 6 ROOM furnished house 14th St., El Jardin. Electric stove, hot wa ter heater, Kelvlnator. From April 15th to January 15th. A. C. Capron. K61 FOR RENT — Small romfortably famished cottage including gas, lights to couple without child ren or one person. References required Phone 406 L55 Southern Hotel 925 6th St. Under New Management FOR RENT Apartments and rooms by day. week or month. 3 rooms, gas. lights and water furnished, per week . $4.00 2 rooms, gas. lights and water furnished, per week . 33.00 Rooms, linen furnished, per week . *230 Your Patronage Solicited FOR RENT 5 Rooms furnished, modem, good location. 5 Rooms, modem, double gar age. very desirable, Lo« Ebanos Estates. 4-Room house 242 Jefferson, reasonable. Store building with living quar ters. 14th St., Victoria Heights. FRONTIER LUMBER CO. PHONE 872 MODERN 5-roam house for rent. new paper, paint; double ga-sg". 17th and Lincoln St. Rent *20.00; also apartments. Apply 842 Eli zabeth St., Box 886. Brownsville. Tex. L-64 69 Wanted to Rent PLOWING WANTED—50 acres to prepare and plant in cotton, also orchard work to let—see John son. 11-2 miles N. and 1 W. Lcr Frcs nos. L-66 Real Estate -i —. 72 Farm* - Ranches MONEY T\I KS: 10 acres of good land on pavement near Harlingen m cultivation. Only $1.000 00. 8. C. Gntfr.ni Ar Co., Arcade Ul'lg, Brownsville, Tex. L o2 SIDE GLANCES. George Clark •tea u. i ►»t prr. I ms i*n "t »t» -.ruvi t iwc. | “They don’t think o. nothin’ but fashions! Why can't women be like | us men. and all dress the same?” Fu MAN’CHU—The House of Hashish—The Trail Leads Onward ROILwiJs . - ■ _ _.— i— —- — '■— — ■ "" ..i r _l_ A.' we crouched against the dirty wall of the court i facing the Gtor which seemed to lead to nothing, we saw a strange thing happen. The back door of the caie de L'Egypte opened outward and an Invisible door in the adjoining hoarding opened inward. A man emerges from the cafe and entered the sec ret doorway. As he did so the cafe door swung back and closed the door in the hoarding. ‘ Ismail operates it with a le\er from behind the counter.” whispered Smith. In the aaraness we paused, pondering the next step. “That door.' muttered my friend, “»eads to the House of Hashish where Karam&neh is imprisoned. But how can we get through it?'* "We'U get around it,” I whispered. "Accordin'; *o Morrison.” I continued In a tense whisper, "the dope den lias no windows, but is lighted from above. That means a skylight. Wc can slip i through that if necessary." -Tn„. difficulty is solved!' cried Smith.