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Herald Want Ads Do Big Jobs for Little Money-Use Them Regularly and Profit
Pennsylvania Hit by Flood
As waters receded in flooded sections of New York State rivers and
creeks overflowed banks in Pennsylvania with results here shown. Top
is an airview of a Collejreville hotel partly under water. Center, a local
family laufrhs in the face of calamity and dons bathine suits. The
•cene at the bottom was made at Manayunk when the Schuylkill River
flowed out of bounds. Note the truck trapped by the flood.
Speaker’s Too Hot to Speak
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They have hot days down In Tennessee, but Speaker Joseph W. Byrns
seems ready to admit that they’re Just as sizzling in Washington, as
he mops at his perspiring face while looking over some of the presi
dent’s •’must’' legislative measures. But Byrns keeps working at
top speed in presiding over the House, hoping to get back home be
fore the scorching days of mid-Auguet.
Gives Lie to Lobby Quiz Witness
Climaxing a day of conflicting testimony by shouting "Yon’re a liar!**
at Thomas 0. Corcoran, RFC attorney, who was on tbe witness stand,
Representative Ralph O. Brewster, shown at the hearing, threw the
Bouse Lobby Inquiry at Washington into turmoil. Brewster cnargts
that Corcoran threatened to atop work on the Quoddy dam In Maine
fuileai Brewster supported the administration version of tbe holding
companies hill.
Book About Father
: Takes $5000 Prize
• —. . -
Her father Dated writers, but by
writing a biography of him, Mari
Sandos, daughter of a Swlsa im
migrant who settled In the Ne
braska sand nills. won a $500<>
prise contest. Before his death
he relented to permit her to start
bis life story, called "Old Jules "
Lyford Locals
(Special u> lbe Herald)
LYFORD, July 19.—Mrs. Theo
dore Nelson of Mendosa. liinols, was
named honcree ut a Russian tea giv
en by Mrs. Christie Breese at her
home recently. A number of friends
of the honoree made up the invita
tional list. Mrs. Nelson plans to leave
for her home in Illinois soon.
• s •
Mrs Robert Keene entertained
Tuesday afternoon with a lawn par
ty complimenting her niece, Beatrice
Campbell, of Edinburg. Delightful
games were enjoyed under the gui
dance of Miss Loretta Sorenson. An
Ice course was served to 16 guest*.
• • •
Miss Katherine Box was hostess at
four tables of bridge Tuesday eve
ning at her home.
• • •
Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Finlay were
hosts Tuesday evening at a garden
party. Games of •‘42'\ bridge and
dominoes were played.
m a A
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hay good
were hosts Thursday at an enjoyable
picnic supper and swim at Red Fish
Bay.
• • •
The Ladies' Aid of the Lutheran
church held Its regular meeting the
latter part of the week, with Mrs.
ShOQUist as leader. Rev. Bergman,
of Kennedy, was present at the
meeting and also filled the pulpit
at the weekend.
• t i
James Strawn returned Tuesday
evening from the University of Tex
as at Austin, to spend the remain
der of the summer with his parents,
Dr. snd Mrs. James C. Strawn.
Mr. and Mrs. Swisher and chil
dren of Laredo, were guests Mon
day at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
F. W. Peppin.
Mrs. Adell Parker and daughter,
Mildred, were business callers in
Mercedes Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Gossett of
Taylor, were weekend visitors with
their parents here and in Ravmond
vtlle. They were accompanied home
by J. C. Gossett who will make them
a short visit.
Miss Lily Perkins has returned
to her home in San Antonio after
a visit with Mrs. Mary Hall.
Ray Baldridge returned the first
of the week after a visit with rela
tives in Leesville.
Mrs Ray Elliot, of Harlingen. Mrs
Fred Bernard and two children and
Mary Marie Deyo of Mercedes, were
recent guests a* the home of their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Archer
Mr. and Mrs. Scarborough are
visiting relatives in Rosewood and
Seguin this week.
Mrs. Guy Sandel and two children
are expected to return this week
end from a visit with Mrs. Sandel*s
mother in Houston.
Mrs. W W Garrett and children,
vccomDanied by Mrs. Garrett's sis
ter from Brownsville, are visiting
Mrs. Sandel's D9rents in Kerrville.
Buster and Jim Bilriridge are visit
ing this week with their atm! and
uncle. Mr. and Mrs Cot Mitchel in
Harlingen.
W. D. Butler has returned from a
business trio to Minnesota.
O. H. Schlect, who has been visit
ing reWttves in Chicago has return
ed to his home.
Roy Clawitter and Randall T>ven*
have returned from C. C. C. In Colo
rado.
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
NOTICE TO BIDDERS
Sealed proposals, addressed to the
City Secretary. City of Brownsville
Texas, for the furnishing of materials
and labor required to repair storm
damage to City Hall and Police
Station for the City of Brownsville.
Texas, in accordance with the draw
ings and specifications prepared
therefor by Henry E. Elrod. Consult
ing Engineer. Petroleum Building.
Houston. Texas, will be received at
the office of the City Secretary. City
Hall. BrownsvUie. Texas, until 11
o’clock A. M. Wednesday, July 31st,
1935. and then publicly opened ana
lead.
The successful bidder will be re
quired to enter Into a contract with
the City of Brownsville. Texas, which |
will contain provisions conforming to
the requirements of the federal >
Emergency Administration of Public
Works as set out in Bulletin No
2. Revised March 1. 1935. and the pro
visions of the Loan and-or Orsnt
Agreement
A Cashier's Check or Certified
Check parable without recourse, to
the ordei of the City of Brownsville ;
Texas. R. B Rentfro. Mayor, or ac- j
ceptable proposal bond In an amount
not less than five (5%) per cent oi
the largest possible total bid Includ
ing consideration of alternates must
accompany each bid as a guarantee
that ll swarded the contract, the suc
ceasful bidder will promptly enter into
a contract and execute a perform
ance bon-l In an amount equal to on.
hundred per cent of the amount of th
award, and also a separate and dis
tinct labor bond. In an amount
equal to the estimated largest aggre
gate payroll In any one month, as out
lined In the specifications and in
structions to bidders.
Attention is called to the fact that
ANNOUNCEMENTS
8 Travel Opportunities
McALLEN,
REYNOSA BUS
DAILY SCHEDULE
Leave* Leave*
McAllen Reynosa
8 30 a. m. 7:S0 a m
10 00 am. 9:00 a m.
12:00 p m. 11:00 a m.
:00 pm. 1:00 p m.
■ 6:00 p. m. 6:00 p m
4:00 p ol 8:00 p m
8:00 p m. 7:00 p m.
Special bus from Reynosa Sat
urday and Sunday 10:30 p m.
UNION BUS LINES
Past bonded Buses. Leaving Har
lingen 6:30 a m and 3pm dally
Arrives San Antonio 1:15 p m. and
10:15 p m. Baa Antonio 83.50
Dalias 88AO—Abilene 88A5- Austin
85.10—Chicago 821.40 - S'. Louis
81730 Madison Hotel phone 405.
Harlingen. Miller hotel Browns
ville; Edinburg Hotel, phone 222.
Edinburg; McAllen, phone 32; San
Benito, phone 234; Raymondville,
phore 8.
ANNOUNCEMENTS
Screen Door
Grills
MORRIS LUMBER
COMPANY
S Personal
STOMACH ULCER. Gu Pslm. In
digestion victims, why suffer?
For quick relief get s free sample
of Udga. a doctor’s prescription
at McKay's Pharmacy. M-65
9 Cafes and Hotels
WHITE KITCHEN
419 12th Stmt
Business Lunches — Fresh Veg
etables — Luscious Valley
Grapefruit
Private Diningroom—Serving the
Valley lor over ten years.
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
not less than the minimum wag* rate*
prescribed by the Federal Emergency
Administration of Public Works must
be paid on this project.
The contract price will be paid by
the City of Brownsville in cash, and to
provide the City with part of the fund*
necessary, the City Commission did. on
the 11th day of May, 1934. pass an
ordinance authorizing the issuance of
general obligation bonds, secured by
a pledge of taxes on all taxable prop
erty within the City limits of the
City of Brownsville, to be Issued in the
maximum amount of $43,000.00 bear
ing 4% interest, maturing serially
and having a maximum maturity date
of 1954. Said bonds have been sold to
the C. 8. Government.
Plans and specifications may be
procured from the engineer upon pay
ment of the stun of $3.00. one-half of
which will be refunded to bona fide
bidders.
The City of Brownsville reserves the
right to reject any or all bids and to
combine bids to the beat advantage
of the City.
The City of Brownsville. Texas.
H. VAN HORN.
City Secretary
7-ia-i0-at-4$rr _
NOTICE or SALE
THE STATE Or TEXAS )
COUNTY Or CAMERON )
By virtue of an order of sale Issued
out of the 103rd District Court of Cam
eron County. Texas, on a Judgment ren
dered in said court on the 17th day of
April. 1935, in Cause No. 13.939. where
in The Texas Company was plaintiff
and r. C. Cuellar, M. O. Cuellar and
Maria L. de Cuellar defendants. I did
on the 20th day of June. 1933. levy up
on. as the property of said F C. Cuel
lar and Marla L. de Cuellar, the follow
ing described real property situated in
Cameron County. Texas, to-wit:
Lots Numbers Four (4). Five (3) and
Six (9) in Block Number Twelve (12)
of the BELLE VISTA THIRD ADDITION
to the City of Brownsville. Texas, ac
cording to the Map and Plat Recordr
of said addition recorded February 19.
1929. in Volume 8. page 3, of the Map
and Plat Records of Cameron County.
Texas; and on the 9th day of August
1933, being the first Tuesday of sale
month, between the hours of 10 o’clock
a. m. and 4 o'clock p. m . on said day
at the courthouse door of said county.
I will offer for sale and sell at public
auction, for cash, all the right, title
and Interest of the said P. C. Cuellar
and Marla L. de Cuellar In and to said
property.
Dated at Brownsville. Texas, th!>
llth day of July. 1933
H. D LOZANO. Constable. Precinct
No. 2. Cameron County. Texas.
• 7-12-3t-4878
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oay him.
Cheek your ad when it first appears
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more than one Incorrect Insertion
Note All Classified advertising la on •
strictly cash basis
AUTOMOTIVE
10 Autos for Ssls
USED CAR
SPECIALS
1935 Ford V-8 Demon
strator; big discount.
1933 Ford pick-up,
new motor.
1932 Chevrolet Coach.
1933 Ford Victoria
1934 Ford Coupe
1933 Chevrolet Coach
1934 Chevrolet Town
Sedan.
1934 Chevrolet Coupe
PATTESON
MOTOR CO.
927 Elisabeth — Phone 888
CHEVROLET
USED CAR LOT
Across from Postoffice
1 noo FORD
COUPE
IQin DODGE
1 SEDAN
,nn CHEVROLET
lyoz truck
iqin FORD
1 jou panel
Seaman Chevrolet Co.
PHONE 410
WISH TO TRADE—Dual wheels for
singles, for B No. 2 six speed In
ternational truck. Also wish to
sell Cletrac No. 15 tractor, never
had the head off. less than half
price. See Clark Mellenbruck.
W. Highway. San Juan. M-64
BARGAINS
Chevrolet Coupe, good tire*,
good mechanical condition, new
paint.
Chevrolet 4-door sedan. New
paint, good tires, excellent con
dition—
Chrysler sedan, new paint, good
tires, good mechanical condi
tion.
Packard sedan in excellent
condition, good tires, low mile
age
Stutz 4-door sedan.
TOM STEVENSON CO.
1233 Levee Phone 222
14 Auto Repairs and Paint
POE1LR &
JONES
Automobile Repairing
Complete Service
Mechanics
Easterly and Kerr
1237 Levee Phone 222
AUTOMOTIVE
10 Auto* lor Solo
V ——... — " ■■■—■—am
SEE OUR USED CARS
At
Lot Across from Herald Bldg.
Brownsville Motor Co.
CHYSLER - PLYMOUTH
PHONE 427
BUS SERVICES
25 Builders-Coo tractors
BEN V. PROCTER
Consulting Engineer
Preliminary Investigations. Octal!
Plans and Construction
Supervision
Examinations and Reports
518 lltb 8t Phone 151
BROWNSVILLE
28 Moving Tracks—Storage
MASON TRANSFER CO?
Contractors for Missouri
Pacific
®ick op and delivery service
Hauling of All Kinds
6th * FRONTON - PHONE 139
Packing of AH Kinds
AUSTIN TRANSFER CO, *03
10th 8t Moving and crating.
Phone 42L U-66
32 Printing—JOffice Sup.
White & Sutherland
Lila — Fir® — Casualty
Insurant
PHO.fr 411
State National Bank Bldg.
WOOD & DODD I
INSURANCE
SURETY BONDS
Rave 100
401 - Utn Street
BUS. SERVICES
34 Insurance
INSURANCE
BONDS
W. B. CLINT
Phone 6
FINANCIAL
42 Auto Loans
AUTOMOBILE
LOANS
REFINANCING
Delta Automobile
Finance Co.
PHONE 371 — WESLACO
SIDE GLANCES - - - George Clark
“1 wish Harry was with us. He could think of something
awfully funny to say about this.”
MERCHANDISE
54 For Sale, liscellaneoua
'L _\ hay. extra good.
1216 West St. Charles, phone
812 J. M-66
FOR SALE—One ef the moat com
plete house cars ever built In the
Rio Grande Valley. Bee It at
Baden’s Auction Yard. Harlingen.
Texas. M-71
EASY FINANCING
for Remodeling
And
New Construction
Eagle Pass Lumber
Company
1117 Monroe — Phone 807
IP TOC WANT to hay sell. rent
or exchange just phone The
Brownsville Herald Classified Ad
Department An experienced ad
taker will gladly assist you. *
57 Lbr. Sc Bldg. Mat’l
MANY REAL BARGAINS
B B. Siding 829.00; good 1x4 floor
ing $28.00; No. 1 oak flooring 851 00.
Red wood. Hard wood, and white
pine. Split second growth white
hickory for fish rods. % million
feet bargain lumber, new. J. W.
Richards. Inc.. Combes.
ARE YOU GOING
To REPAIR
REPAINT
Or REROOF?
We can handle this for you on
F. H A. monthly payments.
John F. Grant
Lumber Company
8th and Fronton Phone 331
B P. HARDIN. Mfr.
60 Seedi-Plaati-Flowen
FLOWERS for all aeeasfcms. We
telegraph flowers anywhere. Los
Ebanoo Greenhouse Company
Phone 1588. K-55
ROSES, beaatifal rows Many va
rieties and colors. Only 35c doz
en. Corner Ringgold and 18th
ft L-98
RENTALS
S3 Apartmenta
NEL-ROY Apartmenta, newly dec
orated. 820.00 and mx All bills
paid. J-86
THREE ROOM Famished doplex
well located, cool. Frontier Lum
ber Co. M-73
! RENTALS
S3 Apartments
FURNISHED Apartment, water and
gas paid. Fitch Apaj tmenta.
Phone r K-137
SArr CARLOS Apartments: Bed
rooms and apartments. Private
or connecting bath. J. F. Dixon.
Mgr . Phone 1580. M-81
64 Rooms
BEDROOM la private home. M
Adams. M-71
66 Business Property
HARLINGEN
100% Business Section
Small or large spaces, short or
long leases, low rent. Apply
J. C. Kirby. Jr„ Madison Hotel,
Harlingen.
69 Wanted To Rent
Wanted To Rent
A five or six room modem house,
unfurnished, close In, preferably
Elisabeth or Levee Sts Please give
tne house number and your phone
In replying. Lock Box 787, Browns
ville.
THE CHEAPEST easiest way to
rent, buy or sell Is through the
Classified columns of The Herald.
REAL ESTATE
MONEY TALKS
Make your own cash offer on north
10 acres of Block 11, Dougherty Sc
Palliet Subdivision, Survey 293.
Stuart Place Community; 7 acres
In 12 year old orchard. Formerly
sold for $12,000.00.
$! .500.00 cash buys 40 acres good
land between Harlingen and San
Benito and less than one mile from
main paved highway. One reason
ably good crop of cotton or veg
etables should pay for this entire
tract.
$2.00000 buys 28 acres good resaca
land In El Jardin District; all In
cultivation. Owner might take
good car as part payment.
S. C. Graham & Company
Arcade Bldg - Phone 179
Brownsville. Texas
Pre-Port Bargains
$1,000 buys lot 85x270 In Los Ebanoe
cm resaca.
Five room modem house, garage,
comer lot. paving. In Victoria ad
dition. 12,100, 10'* down, balance
$22 80 per month.
MONSEES & QUILTER
Merchant's Bank Bldg. Phone 1S1
I Tennis Player [
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HORIZONTAL
1 An American
net star.
12 Ulcer.
13 Wireless.
14 Black.
16 Dawdler.
17 Task.
15 Bread.
19 Tidiest.
21 To corrode.
25 Stage player.
29 Station.
50 Eighth ounces.
51 Hawks* cage.
32 Monkey.
S3 Ventilated.
35 Affirms.
87 To gate fixedly
38 Concise.
39 To separate
from others.
45 To unclose.
49 Old-womanish.
50 Pertaining
to air.
53 Precept
Answer to Prerlom Punle
54 Badge of ralor
55 Spread of an
arch.
6< He was aeml
flnallst In the
national ——>
57 He la a top
-U. S.
player.
VERTICAL
1 To sue.
t To annoy.
3 Sheltered
place.
4 Gaelic.
5 Chestnut.
6 Entrance.
7 Row.
8 Quantities.
8 To stitch.
10 Sash.
11 To bow.
J2 He Is known
for his —.
16 Approaches.
19 Tennis fence.
20 Small child.
22 To send back.
23 Music drama.
24 Dowry.
26 To beseech.
2? Candle.
25 Sheafs.
33 Cravats.
34 The gods.
S3 Devoured.
36 Observing. V
40 Identical. ^
41 Single things.
42 Cover.
43 Axillary.
44 Tissue.
46 Taro paste.
4? Sea eagle.
43 To scold.
60 To question.
31 Roof point
covering.
52 Hastened.
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