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--— PUCKETT A D SHINE IN TIE CJp-Valley Golfers Defeat Brownsville Trio At Mission (Special to The Herald) MISSION, Oct. 23 —George 8hine, golf pro of this city, and Charley Puckett of Brownsville were low men in a golf match here Sunday on the newly opened Shan? Bpnlclpal golf course. The match, a six-way affair, was played between John Bamum of Edinburg, Dick Turner of McAllen, and George Shine of Mission, against A1 Escalante. Val ley champion, Charley Puckett and Harry Rudmose, all of Brownsville. The upper Valley, trio won the Satch by six strokes, shooting the holes in 230 against 236 for the 'Lower Valley players. Bamum play ed the two rounds In 36 an*J 43; Turner In 41 and 38; Shine In 34 and 38; Escalante in 39 and 43; Puckett in 37 and 35; and Rud xnose In 41 and 41. A1 Escalante, who leaves Thurs day for Mexico City to enter the Mexico open match, was off form and nervous. His drives were poor landing him In the rough most of the time, but his approach play brought up his score. The Shary municipal course here has been open but three months and is in fine condition. It is a nine-hole, 36 par course. Sylvester Injured John Sylvester of Brownsville suf fered a broken hand In the Rice Crelghton game at Omaha Satur day night and may be out the re mainder of the season, jjpbyivester had sewed up a starting position at right end with the Rice ■quad, and had been one of the Owls’ outstanding "finds*’ of the season SLOAN CHAMPION DALLAS. Oct. 23. (A*>—Leonard Sloan of Waco, a daring young rid er, is the first official Southwest ern flat track motorcycle racing champion. Sloan won the title last night In the finals of the tourna ment sponsored by the Dallas Cycle club and sanctioned by the Ameri can Motorcycle Association at the Pair Park stadium speedway. He finished with 39 points against 26 for his nearest rival, J. B. Jones of Dallas CCC INGENUITY AND WORK PROVIDES CIT1ED CAMP ESC AN ABA. Mich, —(/Pi—Civilian conservation corps members at camp No. 1887. near here, accus tomed to city ways, have provided a model camp largely through their own ingenuity and labor. Confronted with the task of haul ing water, they dug their own well to a depth of 236 feet. With two camp members who formerly had been plumbers contributing the skilled labor, a discarded tank was fitted up for storage. Now gravity feeds the water to hot and cold showers, to the kitchen and to the washroom, a refrigera tor is being constructed under the water tank, with water flowing to and from the tank supplying the cooling medium. TUNNEL TO BE BUILT FOR SAKE OF SCENERY \ENICE. Cal.—(A*'—A tunnel de signed solely to preserve scenery is being constructed near here. It is to drain aw-ay water to prevent the crumbling of the Santa Monica palisades. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT SHERIFF'S SALE The State of Texas ) County of Cameron > Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a certain Order of Sale issued out of the Honorable 29th District Court of Erath County m the 10th day of October 1933 oy J. L. Saunders, Clerk of said court, for the sum of ($2094.76) dollars and costs of suit, under a judg ment, In favor of Chas. Neblett in a certain cause in said Court, No. 6651 and styled: Chas. Neblett vs. Anton Bo6io. et a], placed in my hands for service, I, W. F. Brown. as sheriff of Cam eron County. Texas, did on the 13th day of October, 1933, levy on cer tain Real Estate, situated in Cam eron County, Texas, described as fbikms. to-wit: Lots Nos. 250 and 251 in Colonia Victoria Addition to the City of Brownsville, Cameron County, Texas; and levied upon ss jgfr property of Anton Bosio, Lucille BQBio and Steven Bo6io; and that on the first Tuesday in November, 1933. the same being the Tth day of said month, at the com* house door of Cameron County, In me City of Brownsville. Texas, between the hours of 10 a m. and 4 p. m, by virtue of said levy and said Order of Sale, I will sell said above described Real Estate at public vendue, for cash to the highest bidder, as the property of said Anton Bosio, Lucille Bo6io and Steven Boaio; And in compliance with law, I Sve this notice by publication, 'n le English language, once a week tor three consecutive weeks im mediately preceding saki day of •ale, in the Brownsville Herald a newspaper published in Cameron County. Witness my hand this 13th day | of October. 1933. W. P. BROWN Sheriff, Cameron County, Texas a By J. R. Snoeberger, Deputy. 10-I6-23-3O-3t-46G3 Notice to The Creditors of The Estate of Lee W. Unger Deceased Notice is hereby given that Louise g Unger has been duly appointed executrix, of the Estate of Lee W Unger, deceased on the 30th day of August, A. D. 1933 bv the Probate Court of Alleghany County, Penn sylvania. All! persons having claims against •aid Estate are hereby required to present the same to me within the time prescribed by law. Mjr postoffice address Is Browns ville', Texas, Box 411. LOUISE E. UNGER EXECUTRIX of the Estate of Lee W. Unger. Deceased. 10-2-9-16-23-4t~4659 Important Games Up In Southwest Conference Southwest Conference fans have a football shell game to solve Sat urday when six of the seven con ference members engage ill im portant championship games. This week-end will be the tough est of all when it comes to pick ing probable winners of the South ern Methodist-Arkansas, the Rice University of Texas and the Texas A. and M-Baylor contests. This trio of championship games CARNERA WINS OVER PAULINO Italians Boo When Primo Fails to Knock Out Aging Spaniard ROME, Oct 23.—(jP)— Primo Camera’s first heavyweight tittle defense, successful though it was, added little to the mammoth Ital ian’s prestige in his native land to day. A crowd of 70,000 strongly pre disposed in Camera's favor, watch ed the huge champion punch out a decisive 15-round vl-tory over Pauline Uacudun yesterday, cheer ed him for a while and then booed him just as heartily in the last two rounds for his failure to knocx out the 34-year-old Spanish vet eran of more than ten years’ war fare against the world's best heavy • weights. Camera smashed the Basque woodchopper all over the ring wttn a zipping left and ponderous rights, yet never oould floor a rival whose courage alone carried him through the full 15-round limit. The crowd, which included Pre mier Mussolini, other fascist of ficials and James Roosevelt, eldest son of the American president, couldn’t understand how a man could take such a beating and still remain erect. That, perhaps, ex plained the chorus of jooes that greeted Camera as he vainly sought to bring his small antagonist down Three Lone Star Clubs Undefeated (By the Associated Press> Conference competition this week end in the Lone Star circuit will be featured by the 1933 debut of the East Texas Teachers of Denton who won last year's- championship. The North Texas gridsters will show their wares and start defense of their championship Friday night at Nacogdoches against the Stephen F. Austin Lumberjacks. North Texas is favored. The Lumberjacks have lost their three conference starts. Lone Star Standing Team— W L T PW Op Pet E. T. Teach. .. 2 0 0 20 19 1.000 Sw. Teach. 1 0 0 27 0 1.000 Trinity . 1 0 1 13 0 1.000 S. Hous. Teach. 0 1 1 13 14 .000 S. F. Austin ... 0 3 0 6 52 .000 W. T. Teach. .. 0 0 0 0 0 .000 Conference Results Trinity 14. Stephen F. Austin 0, at Waxahachie. East Texas Teachers 14. 'Sam Houston 13. at Huntsville. Conference Games Friday North Texas vs. Stephen F. Aus tin at Nacagdoches. Trinity vs. East Texas at Com merce. Non-Conference Friday Texas A. <k I., vs. Sam Houston at Huntsville. Garcia-Flores Bout Booked at Harlingen (Special to The Herald) HARLINGEN. Oct. 23—Expecting to obtain a boxing permit for Har lingen, Promoter Ernie Stephen?; of All-Sports, Inc., has announced a fight card at the Athletic Club arena for Thursday night, featur ing Carlos Garcia and Chato Flores in the 10 round main event. Garcia is known as one of the best junior welters operating in the southwest, having fought in this section on several occasions. Flores is said to be a willing mixer. According to Stephens. Bill Cab ler of Brownsville will meet Sidney Sheely a tough 155 pounder, in the 8-rouftd semi-final. Bat Morales and Johnny Cruz are to mix in another eight-rounder. R. G. C. Rattlers Tie La Joya 0-0 (8pecial to The Herald) RIO GRANDE CITY. Oct. 23.— The Rio Grande City high school Rattlers put up a spirited battle last week in holding the stroncr La Joya (Cb-Jtus University) eleven to a scoreless tie. Earlier In the season La Joya had defeated the Rattlers 31-0. The R. O. C. boys carried the bat tle to the opposition, and played most of the time in La Joya terri- 1 tory although unable to punch over a touchdown. Domingue Leads (By the Associated Press) Saturday was both a bad and good day for leading Southwest conference scorers. The leaders failed to score touchdowns but all managed to retain their positions in the touchdown race. Frenchy Domingue. Texas A & M. galloper, was smothered bv Tex as Christian bat his 39 points still is the conference’s best. The lead ing scorers follow: Player Td Patd Fg pts Domingue, A.&M... 5 6 1 39 Hilliard, Tex. 5 3 0 33 Casper. TCU . 5 0 0 30 R. Wilson. 8MU .. 5 0 0 30 LaForge. Ark. 4 1 0 25 RW Eagles Win The “Blue Eagles." a junior eleven coached by Mike Reyes, defeated the Red Ants here Sunday 13-0 in a spirited encounter. There are several junior elevens in the city and an effort is being made to form a league for elimina tions and a chamoionshio. means pay dirt for A. and M., Rice and Baylor. All three have suffered previous 1933 conference defeats and another set-back means their virtual elimination as contenders for this year s crown. Frogs vs. Gents The Texas Christian Progs will battle Centenary coliege at Shreve port in a non-conference affair in the only other game on the South west schedule. The Aggies, pre-season favorites for this year's championship, got an unoleasant surprise Saturday at Port worth when Texas Christian stopped them, 13 to 7. They enter ed the game a touchdown favorite but oould do nothing with the Christians accuracy through the aid and terrific power on ground formations. The Arkansas Razor backs, hum bled Saturday in a non-conference game against Louisiana State, will strive to retain their unmarred con ference record of two consecutive victories when they tie into the Southern Methodist Mustangs at Fayetteville. It will be home coming day for the Raaorbacks. The Razor backs simply were outclassed by Louisiana State, 20 to 0. Ponies and Hogs The Mustangs, thanks to Robert Wilson's smashing broken field run of 78 yards, managed to get a 7 to 7 tie against Oklahoma A. and M. The Pony crew will be ready for Arkansas with a strong running and passing attack, but beating Arkansas on home-coming day is just about the hardest job in the conference. Back at Houston after their 13 to 14 defeat by Creighton, the Rice Owls will prepare for their invasion Saturday of Austin where they play the University of Texas Longhorns In a game ' hat looms as a toss-up. The Owls have whip ped Texas twice In their last three games. It was Texas last year, 18 to 6. Expect Frog Let Down The Longhorns played a powerful game Saturday to get a scoreless tie against Centenary college— a team that makes a habit of beat ing Southwest Conference oppon ents. The Longhorns showed great ly improved form by holding Cen tenary after losing a 26 to 0 game to Nebraska and a 9 to 0 melee to the University of Oklahoma. The Texas Christian Progs are i bound to let down a bit this week after being fired up to whip the Texas Aggies. The Progs have one of the best running attacks in the conference and should make it interesting for Centenary. St. Eds Leads Texas Circuit — (Bv the Associated Press* The St. Edwards’ Tigers, laving clicked off three consecutive Tex as conference victories with a total of 62 points against none for their opponents, will battle Austin Col lege of Sherman In a feature con ference game Friday night at Aus tin. The Tigers won their third championship game last week by smothering the Daniel Baker Hill Billies of Brownwood 31 0. The Tigers are the only aggregation in the conference with a victory, all other games so far have resulted In ties. Texas Conference Team— w L TPtsOpPct St. Edwards ... 3 0 0 62 0 1.000 ACC . 0 0 1 0 0 .000 Austin col. 0 0 1 6 6 .000 i Howard Payne ..0 0 1 6 6 .000 Simmons . 0 1 0 0 13 .000 Southwestern ..0 1 0 0 18 .000 Daniel Baker ..0 1 1 0 31 '000 McMurry . 0 0 0 0 0 000 Last Week Results St. Edwards 31. Daniel Baker 0, at Brownwood. Austin College 6. Howard Payne 6. at Brownwood. Conference Games Friday Southwestern vs. Simmons at Abilene. McMurry vs. Howard Payne at Brownwood. Austin College vs. St. Edwards at Austin. Non-Conference Friday Daniel Baker (Texas Conference* vs. Southwest Teachers (Lone Star conference) at San Marcos. SOUTHWEST CONFERENCE Standings Team— W L T Pta Op Pet. Arkansas . 2 0 0 32 7 1.000 SMU . 1 0 0 13 7 1.000 TCU . 1 1 0 12 20 A00 T. A. & .. 0 1 0 7 13 .000 Rice . 0 1 0 7 13 .000 Baylor . 0 1 0 7 19 .000 Texas . 0 0 0 0 0 .000 Full Season Team— W L TPtsOp Pet TCU . 5 1 0 107 26 .833 Arkansas . 4 1 0 114 34 .800 T. A. dc M. 4 1 0 109 33 .800 SMU . 3 1 l 61 27 .750 Texas . 2 2 1 68 41 .500 Bavlor . 2 2 0 48 44 .500 Rice . 2 3 0 40 40 .400 Saturday's Results •—Texas Christian 13. Texas A. ds M.. 7, at port Worth. Texas 0, Centenary 0, at San An tonio. Louisiana State 20, Arkansas 0, at Shreveport. Southern Methodist 7, Oklahoma A. de M . 7, at Dallas. Creighton 14, Rice 13. at Omaha, Neb. Baylor 21, Simmons 0, at Waco. Next Saturday •—Southern Methodist vs. Ar kansas at Fayetteville. •—Baylor vs. Texas A. di M., at College Station. •—Rice vs. Texas at Austin . Texas Christian vs. Centenary at Shreveport. Last Year Scores Texas 18. Rice 6, at Houston. Southern Methodist 13. Arkansas 7. at Dallas. Baylor O, Texas A. dc M. 0, at Waco. •—Denotes conference games. FAVORITES IN ROUGH UPSETS Pitt, Notre Dame, Trojans Han Jed Surprises Saturday , NEW YORK, Oct. 23. (AV-The na tion's football legions face the tUrd Saturday in October with many perennial favorites already overthrown, the list of unbeaten teams dwindling fast and further fire words promised all along the line. The downfall of Pitt's Panthers and Notre Dame and the tieing of Southern California last Saturday proved anew the shaky foundations on which football reputations rest. Wctare Changes The usual Monday morning re count indicates that temporary lead ership at least can be assigned to Michigan and Nebraska in the mid west, Duke and Alabama in the south, Princeton. Fordham and perhaps Army in the east. Arkan sas and Southern Methodist in the Southwest, Utah in the Rocky Mountain district and Southern California and Stanford in the far west. The prospects for this week’s slate, headed by such pairings as i Southern California - California, Yale-Army, Perm-Navy, Harvard Dartmouth, Fordham - Alabama, Notre Dame-Pitt and Iowa-Mtnne sota, follow: East: Princeton and Fordham look most powerful right now but Yale, Army. Dartmouth. Holy Crass, j Carnegie Tech, Syracuse, Colgate j and Duquesne still are unbeaten and untied. Duquesne has a “breather” against Westminster this week but all the others are In some danger. Yale and Army collide at New Hav en, Fordham must tackle formidable Alabama and Dartmouth faces Harvard, Holy Cross, conqueror of Harvard, and Colgate, unimpressive against New York University, nay find Brown and LaFayette. respec tively, somewhat tough. Princeton and Syracuse confront intersectlon al foes. The rampant Tigers, whose ! 20-0 rout of Columbia marked their first major victory since 1928. meet Washington At Lee who upset Kentucky last week. Michigan Picked Midwest: Michigan, on the basis of its great showing' against Ohio State, looks like the class of the conference and should beat Chi cago. Iowa’s Hawkeyes. conquerers of Northwestern and Wisconsin. tadkJe Minnesota^ pohers _who blasted Pitt’s national championship aspirations last week. Purdue looks too good for Wisconsin and Onto State will try to get going again against Northwestern. What looked like one of the season's classics a month ago, put vs. Notre Dam? at South Bend, now is just a game be tween beaten elevens. Nebraska carries it Big Six title hopes against Oklahoma with Missouri and Iowa State. Kansas and Kansas State clashing in other conference duels, tackle Minnesota’s Gophers, who fomla forgets its scoreless tie with Oregon State, breaking a string of 25 consecutive victories, to concen trate on the annual battle with Cali fornia. Stanford invades the North to meet Washington. Oregon, the leader with two triumphs, will find U. C. L. A. tough. Oregon State and Washington State, which tied California. meet in a battle of “dope-upsetters." Idaho and Mon tana complete an all-conference program. Centenary Again South: Georgia’s tussle with New York University tops a pncgram otherwise marked by three -South eastern, two Southern conference games, and three contests pitting representatives of each against one another. Tulane and Auburn Ten nessee and Florida and Louisiana State-Vanderbilt are the South eastern pairings, while Virginia Poly and South Carolina, and Virginia and Virginia Military play Southern Duke, and Mississippi and Clemson conference games. Noxth Carolina and Georgia Tfech, Kentucky and are involved In inter-conference tests. Cen’enary, still unbeaten, con fronts another Southwest ioe in Texas Christian. Kentucky. Florida, Geprgia, Alabama. Mississippi State. Vanderbilt and Louisiana State all are unbeaten in the southeast; Duke, Virginia Poly. South Carolina. Virginia. Washington Ac bee and North Carolina In the Southern. Owner of Brown* Die* at Age of 69 ST. LOUIS. Oct. 23. (/P^—Death has ended Philip de Catesbv 3al!\i 18-year dream of producing an American League pennant winner. The veteran of baseball died here yesterday of septicemia at the age of 69. Sine* 1916, when be became own er of the St. Louis Browns, ball had cherished the thought of winning a pennant with his club. The nearest he approached the pinnacle was in 1922 when the Browns finished in second place. L. C McElvoy. vice president and general manager, took up the reins temporarily and found before him plans for revamping the team along lines suggested by Rogers Hornsby, manager. Funeral services will be conducted Tuesday. Announcement! 3 Funeral Directors DELTA FUNERAL HOME. Phone 1170. We invite your confidence In our ability to serve you at a moderate charge. We have the very best ambulance and the hearse is a Chrysler Eight De Luxe. Special Austin hearse for babies. Day and night service. 13th and Harrison Sts.. Browns ville, Texas. E. H. Stambaugh. Funeral Director, J. N. Besteiro, , Prop. R-89 8 Travel Opportunities WANTED—Passengers to Loc An geles Leaving Monday or Tues day. Phone 6022-W-4. R100 Travel Opportunities McAllen - Reynosa BUS DAILY SCHEDULE Leaves Leaves McAllen Reynosa 8:30 a m. 7 30 a. m. 10:00 a. m. 9:00 a. m. 12:00 p. m. 11:00 a. m. 2:00 p. m. 1:00 p. m. 6:00 p. m. 5:00 p. m. 4:00 p. m. 3:00 p. m. 8:00 p. m. 7. ) p. m. Special bus from Reynosa Sat urday and Sunday. 10:30 p. m. Automotive [ *_ _ 10 Autos for Sale 1931 Chevrolet sedan. $400.00 1931 Chevrolet coach. $375.00 1930 Chevrolet Coupe. $275.00 1929 Essex Coach. $75.00 1930 Chevrolet truck. $175.00 STEVENSON MOTOR CO., INC. 5th and Elixabrth — Tel. 1111 11 Wanted Autoa I WILL PAY cash for several late mcdel automobiles. None later than 1929 considered I will ue at the El Jardin Hotel <tl Brownsville on Monday and Tuesday, Oct. 30 and 31. H. D. Nevill. R98 Automotive 13 Gmm* & Sen. Station Brakes Won’t Hold? Ask far the “SWEDE" At FIRESTONE Water Proof Lining *- ^ '1 ■ J " 1 " "■ —■■— Wrecker Service Day or Night PHONE 1111 Night Phone 940 Stevenson Motor Co.t Inc. Sth and Elisabeth. Brownsville YOU CAN RENT that vacant 'loase, apartment or room. Just phone number 8 and give your listing to appear on the Herald Classified ad page. Financial AUTO LOANS Immediate Service Cheapest Rates In the Valley SO. TEXAS FINANCE COUP. 715 W. Harrtson, Phone 761 HARLINGEN | Business Service* 1 22 Beauty Shops. Regular 65 00 Steam Oil Per manent waves . 6130 Reasonable prices on all work. HOLTRY’S BEAUTY SHOP In Connection with Style Shop 1133 Elizabeth SL IF YOU DO NT m« whet yon want in The Herald Classified, ad vertise for it. The cost Is small and the results are oig. Just phone No. 8 and an experienced ad writer will gladly assist you. Specialising in permanent jjj waving, $1.50 to $8.00. Good supplies and ma chines. Graduate and exper-. lenced operators. Amaya’s Beau ty Shop. 1235 Adams, Phone 1805. 25 Bldr’a - Contractors Growing with the -Valley Since 1908 Building buildings that stand the test of tropical hurricanes Homer L. Fitch BEN V. PROCTER Storm Damage Estimating and Reconstruction 515, 11th Street—Ground Floor Merchants National Bank Bldg. Brownsville—Phone 151 28 Mowing, Trucks, Storage AUSTIN TRANSFER Col tel Levee. Moving and crating. Phone 421 U88 IS YOUR LANDLORD neglecting repairs on your residence? A lit tle Herald classified ad will soon locate a new house or apartment for you. 30 Fix It i- -- FURNITURE REPAIRED, refin ished, upholstered. Van Hee^t Shops. Uth and Monroe St. R38 SCOTT’S SCRAPBOOK - - By R. J. Scott ---r"p,nrti- r ‘ -amr ***' EPIDENDROM ORCHID — A BR-AXILIAN PLANi" <WKC LIVES WI<H It'S ROCXf^ IN <he Air — rf WOULD KILL "The PLAn1" <© se<-The Rocrt^ IN "fllE EARTfM ™" . ..Jill ✓fHE Pork Packing iNDu$<R'f «OW ONE o* CHICAGO* GREAT" |N0U5^IE5 SfAl*tfe.O IM 5ALEM.MA5S., IN 1640 - »N I6QO BOSTON WAS THE LEAO'.NCi OEN<ER R)R PACKING por i.boo years The Black nJews OF ABYSSINIA HAVE proclaimed Themselves to be of The chosen people _They live apart from "Their chrisT am countrymen AMP STteioTLY OBSERVE. The LAWAoF MOSES \4 Insurance INSURANCE BONOS W. B. CLINT Phana « | Merchandise \ 52 Household Goods FOE SALE CHEAP—4-rooms of household furniture consisting of piano, living room suits, rugs, ra dio, 2 bedroom suites. 2 chests of drawers, dinetse suite, electric cook stove, ice box and various other articles. Been used only about nine months. Apply Stan ley Transfer Co., Sunday, Mon day or Tuesday. R92 -.- .-... 54 For Sale • Miscel. SHELLED PECANS. New crop. 35c pound, any amount. 1140 Wash ington Street. Broadway Confec tionery. R46 MAJESTIC RADIO. 1933 model; cheap for cash. Miss Henry, Apt. 3, Nebraska Apartments. No telephone calls answered. R105 il Wanted - Miscellaneous WILL PAY cash for used furniture. Vines Furniture Co., 12th and Adams. _Rental*_ 63 Apartments SWEENY APARTMENTS— Made like new; everything for house keeping; modern; rent reason able. R-82 64 Room* FObTreft - lloa-^k^pinj room*. Furnished or unfurnished. 1314 Madison Street. R41 6S* House* PLACE YOUR WANTS sad don't wants in the Herald Classified *d page. They are read dally oy approximately 40.000 Valley peop.4 MODERN furnished house, two bed rooms, 834 West Fronton, half block from Rlv de Drive. At tractive place attractively priced. _ R-104 5-ROOM HOUSE, newly decorated. 1351 West Levee. Phone 839. R99 MODERN 5-room cottages, dost ha very reasonable. Phone 654 or 761. ___R101 66 Business Property OFFICE ROOMS and attractive, modern store. 30 x 60 ft Equip ped with fixtures for mens and women's wear. Will rent without fixtures. Located Central Office Bldg, leading corner, Mercedes, Texas. Inquire Max Hessel. Rdw 67 Room Sc Board ROOM AND BOARD in private home for gentlemen, ill 3. E St. Charles, phone 552. R-8& 69 Wanted to Rent THE HERALD Classified ad col umns are bargain counters far Valley shoppers. Read and use them regularly and you’ll profit. Phone Number 8. Real Estate 72 Farms - Ranches FOR SALE—80-acre farm.. Mod ern house and outbuildings, locat ed on pavement. Terms. Price $1875. P. O. Box 845, Browns ville. Tex. R-lOt THERE IS no job too large or toe small for a Herald Classified ad. 76 Wanted to Buy PAY HUNDRED cash, per sere for five-year-old clear, marsh seed less orchards, not stunted, no water. Box R99 Herald. R8S SIDE GLANCES George Clark g"g—"T.. I"1 11" —————mmmmmmmmmmmmwmmmmm ■ ——mm KB. U *. MT OCT. c H» »V WCA MWVtCt we. ___ “We never have an afternoon together any more.** - THIS OJRIOUS WORLD - F/SH HOOKS ARE USED AS MONK/ By THE NATTVBS OP ISLANDS OPP THE ALASKAN COAST # of Africa. OOES NOT FLAP ITS WINGS together, but alternately/ I_ a FEET IN OtAMBTBR. FORM ON TALL-CUT TIMBER IN THE SELKIRK MOUNTAINS, OF CANADA / THE SNOW CAPS LAST . ALL WINTER..