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THIS BEAUTIFUL GROVE IS
| Block one and two, Villa Rosa Addition, where we will offer lots for sale this
w week for the first and last time this year at reduced prices. Your choice of
H eighteen beautiful lots covered with shade trees, facing on cement walks and
M paved streets. Some of the lots face the beautiful Glenwood. These lots are
| ,the creams of Villa Rosa and will be sold at bargain prices. Only a small
I । amount need be paid down, balance next fall or longer terms if desired.
I In the same grove we have two new houses for sale, on easy terras, and for
| less than the buildings could be built for today. If you are looking for a home
[jil or an investment don’t let this opportunity pass you by. Take Hot Wells car,
uh get off at Glenwood Apartments- Salesman on the ground between 3 and 5
I P. M. every day this week, or call at the up town office, 113 Ave. C. Don’t
| forget the dates. Come first and get the best.
E. A. FOX & COMPANY
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Keep Cool In The Glenwood Apartments
FACING A BEAUTIFUL SHADY GROVE
South ventilation in every room. Suites of 4or 5 rooms with private hall and bath.
Furnished or unfurnished. This is the coolest place in San Antonio. Better rent an
apartment now, you won’t be able to get one if you wait until summer is here. Take
Hot Wells car or call at uptown office, 113 Avenue C. E. A. FOX, Proprietor.
M Sale!
$l5OO Buys 3 Houses
and 5 Lots
That Will Pay 15 Par Cant on the
Investment
Three almost new S room bouses,
with front and back porches, good-sized
lots, fenced. Houses rent at present
time for $6 and $7 per month each. Two
more houses can be built on the adjoin
ing two lots, and will rent as soon as
completed and net $l5 per cent on the
investment. This property is easily
worth $2300, but the owner needs money
and will sacrifice if sold at once. Price,
$l5OO. Terms, cash. This is a fine in
vestment for some one looking for a
small rent proposition. This is a gen
uine case of sacrifice sale. Owner must
sell within ten days or lose out. •
Empire Realty Co.
120 Mackay Building.
DR. PAUL M. FtUK, | Osteopaths,
DR. MARY E. PECK, | Hicks Bldg.
Fifth floor. Both ahones.
FRIDAY,
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I FOR SALE I
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$250.00 Burroughs Adding I
■ Machine, Office Furniture, ■
3 High Bookkeeper’s Desk, 16ft. m
1 a Standing Desk, Solid Oak P
Table, 10 feet long, a beauty.
s I 2 Roll Top Desks, Small Flat I
; I Top Desk —Apply This Office ■
attorneys
OF SAN ANTONIO
BIRKHEAD A BOOTH.
Suites 306-7 Fros. Building.
Both Phone.
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1 “ West Gardendale. w
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Tents, Awnings,
Camping Outfits
' LORENZEN Mfgr. 215 AveO.
LARICS ow. LaFRANco-a
- LMUICQi compound.*
* ' BafNSpaedyregulator; Wcent*. Draarlos* oe matt
1 Booklet tree. bn. LAFBA.NCanma3elobli.Pm .
SAN ANTONIO LIGHT AND GAZETTE
BUILDINGJPERMITS.
G. M. Ridgeway, four-room house on
K west side of South Floras street; $3OO.
II Walter Crowley, move house and re-
I pairs, on north side of Hackberry street;
i, » 10 *-
0 Peter O'Brien, eight-room two-story
' dwelling on the south side of Florida
I street; $3750.
W. C. Sullivan, two-roow dwelling, qn
»| west side of Walnut street; $2OO.
j Anastaso Martines, one-room dwelling.
II on south side of Vera Cruz street; $5O.
Sharp and Rivers, eight-room second
N story addition, on the south side of Wti
ll son street; $l6OO.
Jl A. G. Hart, five-room dwelling and
11 shed, on the south side of Duning ave
| nue; $1750.
II Angel Hernandez, tour-room dwelling,
M I on the west side of South Medina street;
I t3o4 '
n A. Salisbury, wareroom, on south side
H of Burnet street; $3OO.
| Mrs. Katherine Smith, one-room addl-
D tion. on south side of Pereida street, $4O.
|j Conrad Flalg, two three-room dwell
| Ings on the west side of Campbell street;
H $600.'
U Luter Sporting Goods Co., awning on
I south side of West Commerce street: $3O
H Chas. Oppermann, two-room dwelling
H on west aide of South Flores street; $75.
fl Allen land Breadle. nine-eoom two
fl story dwelling on south side of Mag
fl nolia avenue; $3OOO.
J Jas. Anderson, alterations and repairs
fl on south aide of Porter street; $350.
1 Chas D. Dixon, live-room dwelling on
j north side of Rigsby avenue; $llOO.
J. L. Rhodes, three-room dwelling on
i south side of Truax avenue; $4OO.
, Westminster Presbyterian church, re
' pairs on oast side of Garden street; $lO.
Mrs Sarah Ridgeway, three-room
dwelling, on north side of Beacon ave
nue; $4OO.
Lewis Lacey, five-room dwelling and
ahed on south side of Locust street;
i $l6OO
Chas. Velten, four-room dwelling and
' shed, on west side of Avenue B; $9OO.
J. G. Garza, awning on east side of
Concepcion avenue; $5O.
| N. A. Dawson. 7-rOom 2-story dwelling
H J and shed, on north side of East Myrtle
ill street; $3OOO.
11l I L. J Gentbler, 4-room dwelling and
■ shed, on south side of Gembier street;
| $lOOO.
H H. Simmang, 4-room dwelling, on west
| side of Avenue A; $650.
H George W. Fletcher, rooming house, on
H north side of North Center street: $2OOO.
Hl George Karges and Gus Halm, shed, on
U east side of Bonham street; $250.
I Carl Spahn, shed addition, on the west
M side of Plum street: $5O.
U 1 William Tomaesi. barn repairs, on the
| south side of Monterey street; $5O.
T. J. Dillwood, amusement hall, on the
west side of South Connolly street; $5OO.
Mrs. Carrie Birdsong. 7-room two-story
dwelling and shed, on the west side of
Brooklyn avenue: $2500.
“West Gardendale.”
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BURIAL PERMITS.
Man- Thomas, 29 years, died May 12,
i dty hospital.
Natividad Davila, 9 months, died May
13, No. 19 LeaJ alley.
Maria Martinez. 1 month, died May Is,
1251 Yoakum bend.
“West Gardendale.”
birtiTrecord.
To Mr and Mrs. Houston Minor, May
13, 3125 West Commerce street, girl.
| To M- and Mrs. B J. Hoge. May 11,
2723 West Commerce street, a boy.
: To Mr. and Mrs. Felipe Musquez, May
9. 914 North Salado street, a boy.
$5O Cash
Buys a new 3-room bungalow, with bath,
galleries, good barn, located in a re
stricted district about three blocks from
ear line. Couldn’t be duplicated for
our price. $1450. Terms, $5O cash and
$2O per month, with interest.
EMPIRE REALTY CO.
120 Mackay Building.
MERCHANTS TRANSFER C 0«
Incorporated
RECEIVING, FORWARDING ETC >
AGE. ETC-
Hauling and placing sales ana maaklns:;
a specialty. Office and warehouse.
SIC-614 Dolorosa St Both Pbonss IM
MOVING, PACKING AND STORING
Now Process Vacunm Oarpet Cleaning.
TORREY&COMPANY
Agents Germania Fir* In*. Ott »f New
York. We represent leading companies
of the world, aaeete over $80,000,000.
Offio* corner Navarro 4 Crockett Sta.
TETLEY’S FAMOUS TEAS
HOLLAND The Tea Man
is Sole Agent In San Antonio for
THTLEY'S FAMOUS TEJAS.
4 I
—Both Phones 311—
''Holland's Blend” It King of Coffees
WANTED— E
MORE BANKERS In the.”' States In
which Jno. F. Draughone 31 Colleges
are located, indorse these Business Col-
Ban Antonio, comer Alamo Plaza
( and Crockett.
FOR RENT
If you expect to go housekeeping
temporarily and don’t care to invest
your money in furniture, see us. We
can furnish your room or bouse from
kitchen to parlor at a nominal rent. Old
phone 449, new phone 614.
MAX KABOTKIN
121 Main Avenue, ,
DEEDS FILED.
Hall P. Street to William Engehie, May
11, 1909. lutz 13 to 15, lots 31 to 34. bloc,.
22, Sunny Slope addition; $l6O
G. H. DeJaggers to Mr». A. C. Prigctt,
May 8, 1909. tt>ts 9 and 10, bio ;k 3, Ken
wood addition; $75.
Dr. B. E. Witte of Desar county to El
C. Merseburger of La/ica county, Msy 6.
1909, lots Is. block 44. city block 3X12. on
Kapton avenue, Highland Park; $250
Ambrosia and Isabel Martinez de Bar
?[as to city of San Antonio. May 5, 1909.
ots 5 and 6, lots 11 and 12. block 4, on
east side of Buena. Vista avenue; $240.
W. S. and Mamie Whittle to the River- 1
aide land and Improvement company, May
8, 1909, lot 23, block 1, Morton's addition;
$1450.
C. S. Fowler and B. L. Naylor to S. A
Scott. May 8, 1909, lot 12, block 1, Bel- I
laire addition; $250.
Frank M. Edwards to B. R. A. Scott.
May 12. 1909. lot 18. except west 43 feet,
all of lot 19, and adjoining west 16 feet
and 8 inches of lot 20, block 2, new city
block 1700. old olty lot 16, range 3, dis- |
trlct 3, Adams' Laurel Heights; $l3OO.
Emil Schmidt of Bexar county to Jacob
Hutzler of Medina county, December 14.
1908. 150 acres of J. H. Picken’s survey 1
7; $3750.
I Dr. B. E. Witte to A. J. Bell. April 26.
I 1909. lot 32, block 43, city block 3811, on
I Kayton avenue. Highland Pack; $430.
Guido and Louis* Oehler to Albrecht
I and Edwin Oehler. May 13. 1809, a part
taken oft the east end of a one-acre tract,
subdivision 8, of Thomas Thatcher sur- 1
| vey 24; $lOO.
H G. DeJaggers to M W. Spening. May
110. 1909. lots 17 and 18, block 3. city block
1663; $2350.
Robert L'hr to John Wellner, May 6.
1909. lots 9 and 10, block 1660, on Nolan
street; $l7OO.
Catherine MoCloskev to Frederick Stei
ner. May 4. 1909, lot 12. block 24, new
city block 299, on North Leona street;:
!$lBOO.
’ Mrs. Kate C. Gosling to A. J. Bell, May
110. 1909. lots 1, 3. 5 and 7, block A. city
(block 1716, McLane's addition; 31685.
Ambrosia and Isabel Martinez Vargas
to Marcelino Vargas. May 13. 1909, lot 7.
block 5. old olty lot 96. range 4. district
1, on east side of Vargas street; $250.
D. A. and E A. T Wickes-Nease to
Mrs L. D. Wilcox, May 13, 1909. lota 1
‘ and 2, biook 4. new city block 1906, on
north side of Locust street; $3600.
Ths CUftoti George company, by Clifton
: George, of Bexar county, to Chas. Koch,
lof Comal county, April 16. 1909, lot 16,
block 54, lot 7, block 45, Keystone Park;
I $225.
CUtton George of Bexar county to Al
fred Rhode of Comal county, February
115. 1909, lot 4, block 47, lot 17, block 84,
Keystone Park; $2OO.
Clifton George Co., by Clifton George. I
of Bexar county, to Alfred Rhode of Co- I
mal county. April 28, 1909, lot 10, block I
S 3, Keystone Park; $125. S
Mrs. Mary O. Crawford to Mrs. A. G. I
Rips. May 11, 1909, lot 3. olty block 2601, I
on north side of Lubbock street; $3OO. |
Miss Mary Crawford to Pierre Graciette, 11
May 8. 1909. lot 4. new city tlock 2601, I
on Lubbock street; 3350. 1
Joseph Faust et al of Comal county to I
Parke R. Longworth of McLane countv. I
Illinois, July 3. 1908, 43 14-100 acres of out I
lot 4. and 50.81 acres of out lot 5, and 2 B
acres of out lot 6. range 4. district 5. I
bloqk 37, Freehold Shop Co., subdivision "
of 400-acre tract; $5276.
Joseph Faust et al of Comal county to
Parke R Longworth of McLane countv. -
Illinois, July 3. 1908. 47.74 acres of out Tot
6. and 40.66 acres of out lot 5, range 4. •
district 5, block 29, subdivision of Free- *
hold Shop company's 400-acre tract; ’
$4862. ।
Rachel Z Furnish of Bexar county to J
Ed Rand of Rapides parish, Louisiana, t
April 29. 1909, lots 7 to 11, block 3, new <
city block 1863. Craigs Laurel Heights,
$25,000. j
Jay E Adams to L. C. Houk, Decern- I
ber 26. 1908, lot 5, new city block 1708. on I
north side of Layer street; $lOO. I
Jay E. Adams of Bexar county to L. C. I
Houk of Wilson county, January 26. 1909,
lot 8, new city block 1867, on the corner
of Adams avenus and Russell place. Lau
rel Heights; $250.
Mrs. M. 4. Martin to Juana Zamora,
May 18, 1909, a lot in subdivision 2; $lOO.
William Hanlon to Zay Smith, May 8,
1909, lots 1 and 2. block 1, new city block
1 3393. on Canton street. Hanlon’s addition
on Canton street.
L'do Toepperwein to T. H. Wilhelm and
Mrs. Anna Wolf. February 1, 1909, frac
tional block 29, new city block 1484. East
End; $l5B
S. D. and Augusta Kinsey to August
F. and Rose P Koetle. April 6. 1909. a
lot 50 feat on River avenue, ITC feet from
slgon’ aSt corner Brackenridge avenue;
Mary E. Schwalbe, by W. I* Buck, of
Washita county, Oklahoma, to R. Maurer
of Bexar county, April 6. 1909, lots 17 and
18. new city block fi92, block B. old eftv
lot 6, range 5. district 1. on Paso Hondo
and Hackberry streets; $2200.
Joseph Faust et al of Comal county to (
Parke R. Longworth of McLean county. I
Illinois. Julv 8. 1908, 43.47 acres of out lot L
4 and 51 acres of out lot 5 and two acres „
of out lot 6, range 4. district 5. block 26, -
subdivision of Freehold Shop company’s r
400-acre tract; 85305.
Joseph Faust et al of Comal county tq
Parke R. Longworth of McLean countv.
Illinois. July 3. 1908, 47.83 acres of out
lot 6. and 41.69 acres of out lot 7. range
4, district 5. subdivision of Freehold Shop
company’s 400-acre tract; $4923.
Joseph Faust et al of Comal county to
Parke R Longworth of McLean county,
Illinois, July 3, 1908, 20 acres of out lot
7, range 4, district 1. block 28 and 29,
subdivision of Freehold Shop company’s
400-acre tract; $llOO.
J. H Kirkpatrick to A. L. and Jimye
C. Bell, April 29. 1909, lot 4 and west
half of lot 5, block 3. on Post avenue,
Army Terrace; 51250.
Melanie and Xavier Charles Gutzelt of
Bexar county to Fortunato Gottardl of
Comal county. May 11. 1909, 4.8 acres
(except 56-100 of an acre sold the city
of San Antonio), being bounded by the
Alazan, Apache and San Pedro creeks, .
and formerly owned by Ignacio Cassia no *
$l4OO. •
Benjamin H. Cary to Louis J. Diegel.
May 12, 1909. lot. in east half of block
21, city block 619, on Wyoming street;
$2250.
Ida R. and J. B. Houck to West End
Lumber Co., March 6. 1909. lot 4 block
2. new city block 2360. on South Pine
street; payment
Seed oats. Kansas and Texas clipped
oats. M. Manichean. Both phones.
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“West Gardendale.” a
marriagFlicenses.
A. N. Simmons and Olive Daniels.
Paul Timberlake and Nena Brandt.
Loreto Rios and Andrea Araiza.
It you are considering the purchase
of a phaeton, buggy or carriage It win
be to your interest to see C. H. Dean
before buying.
“West Gardendale.”
MENGEB HOTEL
IMPROVEMENTS.
The contract will be let this month
for the improvements to the Monger
hotel, according to the statements of
the management of the hosterly and
work will be begun by the first of
June. According to plans being pre
pared by Alfred Giles, the front will
be entirely remodeled. A French ef- j
feet will be introduced and the rotunds
will extend clear through the central
part of the lower floor to the Menger
court.
We make a specialty of boarding
horses. Large stalls, clay floors, Gar
den Stables. Open day and night.
Phone 212. _
“West Gardendale.” t
| If You Are Going To |
Move Let Us Help You B
I If you do not like the house you are now living M
I in there is no use to tramp over town in the hot $ H
i sun or pay out car fare. Simply fill out the
I coupon below and mail it to P. F. Mclntyre, Light PT
| Office, and you will receive lists from the leading W
I real estate dealers of the city. bJ
THERE IS NO CHARGE I
THIS SERVICE IS FREE! |
... = COUPON I
| Kind of house wanted - --- - r H
4 How mapy room
Location * KA
3 Conveniences desired... I®
g How many in family ■
■V How much Rent do you want to pay ■
J Furnished or unfurnished
fl Permanent or temporary
h I agree to notify you in ease I secure a house and from MH
Q what agency. . m
M Signed SR
sJ Occupation TO
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LIGHT “WANTS” I
| A Sure Cure For All Wants I
MI
: SAN ANTONIO’S :
: LEADING HOTELS ;
. ..THE...
St. Anthony
ABSOLUTELY FINEPMOF
SAN ANTONIO’S NEWEST
AND FINEST HOTEL
MODERN IN EVERY DETAIL
No Batter or Moro Complete Hotel
of Its Size (210 rooms) In America
Liberally Conducted on the
EUROPEAN PLAN
Special Attention Paid t*
Commercial Men.
F. M. SWEARINGEN 4 SON.
Managing Director*.
Tho Menger
ALAMO PLAZA.
The leading hotel of the city.
Located opposite the beautiful
Alamo Plaza, and tamed for ita
ouislne, service and comfortable,
homelike surroundings.
SPECIAL RATES to OFFICERS
of the ARMY and NAVY ud their
families.
Wm. C. Bruce. Manager
HOTELLOSOYA
(EUROPEAN)
EVERYTHING NEW.
In Seme Biook ae Buelneee Men's Chib
M room*, etngle or ea mite. 88 rooms
WlSb bath. Het and ooM water la
every room, ateam boat etevator and
boll eervSee. Rateo fI.M to per
day. Spocdol rate* kr week or month
HOTEL FLANDERS.
133-137 West 47th St.,
N. Y. CITY,
200 feet east of Broadway.
A modern fireproof hotel, in
the heart of the theater, club
and hotel district; convenient to
all car lines. An exceptional or
chestra. Very moderate rates.
Booklet on reddest.
T. M. Carrol. Mgr.
H. R. Shares, Prop.
HOTEL .
MARTINIQUE
BROADWAY AND 33D STRKKT.
HKRALD Sqi'AlUC. S. 7- CITY, 1
THE MOST CKX'TBAI, LOCATION
IN NEW YORK.
THE HIUHBST CLASS OF
ACCOM MODATIOXS . V- %
AT MODEBATB . ■ *»
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or Tear
' 4* attractive pHcW.-
*£<»•■ THB MARTINIQUE RES-
turan re r.NJor an nt-
MBNATIONAL lIKPITATIOS.
J?' WHJJAM TAYLOR * SON .(INC)
Alm prwrUNo™ «f toe St. Praia Uat-V ]
MAY 14, 1909.
HOTET,
PATTERSON
59 West 46th St, near sth An.
New York
A magnificent twelve.atory fae-pvoet hotel
of the bed coMtructton. 300 handaomely
furniibed rooma, with every convemeoc* that
•hould appeal to and deicrve your patronage.
Service and cuisine onaurpawed. Cob Break,
fast*. Table d’Hote Luncheon* and Dinner*
—full a la Cart* bill.
RATES
Single Rooms $2.00 a day; with bath $2 SO.
Parlor. Bed Room and Bath $3 to $5 a day.
Larger Suites from $lO.OO to $25.00 a day.
For either one or two persons.
Maids and Valets. Rooma sLooper day.
The oxclaaivonM* of a horn* with al th*
advaatase* of a fashiaoabie hotel.
Long Dlatanee Telephone In ell rooma.
THE
NEW
MATHEWSON
Narragansett Pier, R. I.
Opposite Newport
Open June 25th
The most ideal Summer resort on the
Atlantic Coast, a perfect combination of
seashore and country, the finest and
safest surf bathing; excellent drives by
the ocean and through beautiful country
Golf. Tennis and Fishing.
The Mathewson Is a magnificent
modern hotel for those who appreci
ate high-class service and environ
ments; situated directly facing the
ocean. Telephone in every room, no
annoyance from mosquitoes; spring
water from famous Mathewson
Spring, which has been pronounced
by distinguished N. Y. chemist to be
absolutely free from pollution of any
.kind. Is the only water used. Orches
tra. Send for booklet and rates.
S. W. & E. I. Mathewson
Proprietors A Managars. )
A Luxury at
a SmaH Cost
A* pure as the limpid waters flow
ing from the snow-clad mountain
streams ere it strike civilization.
PHONES I/»E '’HONES
146 ICt 146
Manufactured from pur* distilled
artesian water from well 900 feet
deep.
OARLOAD LOTS AND SACK OR
DERS A SPECIALTY
Southern Ice Co.
CARNEGIE LIBRARY
Market Street. Between Casino *■<
Pres* Streets.
Open from 9 a. m. ts 9:30 p. mJ
DONATIONS OF BOOKS
APPRECIATED
ALL PRIVILEGES EREC
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