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Classified Ads
CHANCE to get lint opportunity on Meir (
can oil well proportion. Addreea our.
care Light. _ 1
A GOOD business proposition for an>
one having a few hundred doUarst
invest. Call on L. Lloyd at Elliott Hats. ,
south side Main ptasa. ____________
WANTED Partner, to take I
business on which we h»' e monopoly in
this state. Can show big « turl “ ‘ £
man who can take charge of the bust ]
neas. my time being occupied s m> ,
son for taking partner. -*n
in goods required. H. y • 7
East Houston at.. San Antonio.
FOR SALE-Small good
business; selling on account of sick i
ness. Call UI South Hores street. ,
GROCERY store and lb ing ”’°” s ' 'LV 1 j
gant corner;flne shade trees. Box 22.,
R R. city. . ।:
WK are agents for the Kelly Plows, made
in Texas. Harding Ac Fahrenthold, Nos
412-414 South Flores street
BIG bargain. Complete wood yard plant,
consisting of boiler, engine, wagon,
scales etc. Must be sold at once. Ad
dress Wood, care Light. ■
FOR SALE— Livery stable, grocery’ store ;
and hotel in hustling town in Bee ■
county. 73. Light.
FOR SALE— Cheap. Barber shop In good .
country town. Other business reason
for selling. Address 37, Light. _
FOR SALE —Drug store on Alamo plaza; ;
must be sold by July 15 or off the,
market for good. Price 14500. Talk quick.
Bitter, agent. 102 West Commerce St.
$l5OO TO $2600 TO ENGAGE IN Bl S-
ROOMING house, doing good business. '
Cheap rent; good location; grocery
store In connection; also one without
Store. Light, 251.
Citizens' Messenger Service,
prompt and up-to-date; try our |
parcels delivery. Both phones'
517, 521 East Houston Street.
SEVEN hundred mesquite Z-toot fence )
postg; will deliver* f. o. b. San Antonio
Answer A B. X„ Light.
FOR burning feet use Microbine. 25c, I
all druggists. |
WATCHES, clocks and jewelry carefully |
repaired. Reasonable prices. Riebe, the
Jeweler. 217 Main avenue.
KILL BEDBUGS, roaches, and ants with |
Microbine. 25c. all druggists.
- - v : r*
business again ajAhe old place, 414 Na
varro street.
MOWERS Ring Rollins, rear
301 East {Commerce. Free delivery; also
garden hq** and sprinklers.
DAIR/ wagons of best make, durable
very reasonable. Harding & Fah
reriiubi. Nos. 412-414 .South Flores St.
|«felON CITY LAUNDRY makes good.
/q?r> them and you will never regret it.
'Either phone 781.
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stracts examined; damage suits a spe
cialtv 50244 East Houston street.
A STRAW hat's the thing for comfort
these days. I'm making special prices
on al’ straw hats to reduce stock. Gray'
the Hatter. 134 Soledad street.
SPECTACLES accurately fitted for sl.
Eve* tested free. Gold frames $2.50. S.
B. May. 104 West Houston street.
112 Woodward place, off Dwyer arenne
New phone 1918.
ENGLISH lady would be glad to give les
sons in French and Spanish. Terms
moderate. 673, Light and Gazette.
INSTRUCTION given in Latin. Greek.
Ge. man. French, algebra, geometry,
higher mathematics, history and account- ‘
ing. by Yale graduate, M. A. M„ L. L.
Address postoffice box 34.
MRS P- VIVIAN. Proprietress. 205
North Presa street. 100 feet south of the
Alamo National bank. New building, fur
niture and modern in every respect.
Transients solicited. New phone 2825.
* LOW SUMMER rates. New Commerce
hotel. 312 East Nueva street. Mrs. E.
Blumenthal. Prop. New phone 1587.
STERLING HOTEL. 234 South Alamo
street. If the beet located place in the
city, rooms, with or without board; sum
mer rates. J. E. Hodges, proprietor.
AUCTION SALE— July 13 10
a. m., 1106 South Alamo. $5OO of high
grade furniture, used only 30 days, con
sisting of iron beds, springs, cotton mat
tress. pedestal, extension table, buffet,
leather seat dining chairs, center table,
art squares* rugs. kitchen cabi
net, hall tree, chiffonier, refrigerator,
gas range, kitchen utensils. All goods
bear inspection. Sommer, auctioneer.
AUCTION SALE—Monday, July 12. 10 a.
m . 412 West Houston street. Camp
bell, public auctioneer.
WOMACK’S Detective Agency. New
phone 1840 P. O. box 430.
bTcycles— ’
WHEN others fall, see EMERSON ths
Bicycle Doctor, a leader In his profes
sion Largest bicycle store In the state
Mnfn avenue Pnth *:hones
SILVERWARE plated, good as new. Coat
in amall. Work delivered Reed Jewelry
Co, Miller Plating Co., successors, 114 Dwyer
avejut, opposite the court house.
ELECTROPLATING brass beds, chan
del’ers. pistols, polished or plated;
keys made, ya ft a opened, trunks repair
ed 235 W. Commerce. Alamo Safe Co.
Classified Ads
GRADUATE midwife. Mrs H Bieck. 1220
South Pine street ne«.r South Heights
car. Old phone 3588.
BRING your oculist's prescriptions tn
Schmidt, the Prescription Optician.He
can save you money. 210 S. Alamo St.
Always reliable, a positive drug cure.
You get cured. We have cured your
neighbors in Texas In nine weeks with
out pain. „
321-323 Mackay Bldg.
BOARD your horse at the Ponytorium.
Close in. Coolest barn in city. Bowles
Ponytorium. New phone 492.
massage parlors at 201 Bowie street.
Rheumatism, eszema and paralysis of the
limbs successfully treated by laying on
of hands and rubbing with liniment. New
phone 1682.
MRS. BLACK’S Compound, regulator,
price $2.00; box 237, Postoffice.
A. E. HEILBRON. lawyer. Practices in
all courts. Notary public and stenogra
pher in office. French building. Both
IF you have any kind of carpenter work
to be done on your farm houses we
will do it by the day or by contract. E. J.
Stricker. R. K No. 4.
HOME for ladies before and during con
finement: good doctors and nurse. In
fants adopted. Confidential. P. O. box
274 San Antonio. Texas.
your work, rough dry and all. Ring
either phone 781.
FOR satisfactory hat cleaning at reason
able prices, see Gray the Hatter, 134
Soledad street.
MRS. MARIE HAAS, 109 Center street,
completed twenty years' practice as
Graduate Midwife in San Antonio in
June, with best doctors' references. New
phone 350.
LADIES and gentlemen wanted to take
part in amateur plays. Jefferson Play
er, No. 654, care Light and Gazette
. — I
STORAGE for furniture, pianos, buggies.
Separate stalls. $1.50 per month. Mov
ing. packing, shipping. L. W. Culver. 12$
Fannin. Phones 2180.
Receiving, forwarding, storage, etc.
Hauling and placing safes and machin
ery n specialty. Office and wareroome.
Both Phones 359.
Storage, packing, shipping. New phone
■ '80S; residence. 107
MME. ANIATX the gifted palmist,
speaks English and German 231 Ave
I nue C.
— —
. SLOAN * HAGY, undertakers. Ambu
lance service. Meet any train day or
STOVE repairing. All kinds of stoves re
j paired, 112 East Romana, end of Sole
dad. Dickerson, old phnne 3493.

IWE carry in stock at our new ware- ।
J houses and show rooms everything l
needed by the ranchers, dairyman, truck
farmer and general tiller of the soil.
। Harding & Fahrenthold, Nos. 412-414
South Flores street.
IDEAL Hair Dressing Parlors, Frost
building, 202 second floor. Manicuring.
shampooing, face massage, scalp treat- ■
ment and hair dyeing. All kinds of hair
work done. Work guaranteed. Special at- I
tention given to mall orders.
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WHY wear a shabby, wornout hat when
you can get a good new one for $1 of
। Gray the Hatter. 134 Soledad street?
SAN ANTONIO Veterinary Hospital.
Dra. Hearn A- Rhea. Veterinarian*
Carter-Mullaly block. Phones. New 1234,
; old 1073.
5 S. A. ROOFING & PAINT CO?, nonse paint*
s ers and decorators. Paperhanging and in*
terior decorating a specialty. Dealers in oils.
paints and all kinds of felt roofing. 121 West
Military plasa. Old phone <420.
• FKP.D STAFFEL. 319 East Commerce
J Hay and grain. gulden and field seed.
‘ poultry supplies. Incubators and brooder.
BOTH PHONES--Bicycles on easy pay
. merits: key and lock work; lawn mow
-9 ers sharpened. Emerson, the Bicych
‘ doctor
WANTED —G. G. Braden to do your cement
‘ sidewalks. Let him give you figure- non
, est work guaranteed. Old phone 1391 2r:
new phone 530. Office 301 R. Alamo
- PANCOAST * KOHLER, taltots. a .-e
prepared to supply all summer wo J ms.
j Give us a call. 104 East Commerce St.
BIDS WANTED—SeaIed bids re .
' ceived at the office of the county audi
' 'tor until Monday. July 1211:. 1909. tor
’ road grader and other supplies. Specifi
‘ cations on file in office of county auditor.
• : Commissioners' court reserves the right
. to reject any and all bids Thos. E. Rani
" sey. county auditor.
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Messenger Service and Employment Of*
- flee. All kinds of help furnished. Open
' day and nigh*. Ol<l phone bO2. new
phone 726. ill Galan street. Opposite <»«d
’’ cathedral. J. J. Butcher. Mgr.. San At
>• tumo. Texas.
Classified Ads
CT .FAN ING, adjusting and repairs for all
makes. Bargains In second-hand ma
chines. Machines to rent. J. H. Struck
land & Sons, 404 South New
phone 2947.
JOHN VETTUONE repairs, sells and ex
changes sewing machines and clocks.
722 South Pecos street.
H. T. REUTERMANN, practical machin
ist; 28 years with the Singer Manufac
' turing Co. Sells all kinds of sewing ma
chines. repaired, rent $2 per month, sew
ing machines repaired at the houses.
Both phones. 110 Casino street.
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Texas Title Co.
Lockwood Building, Navarro Street
H. J. Hayes, Mgr.
Leo M. J. Dieimann,
306 East Commerce Street
Contractor and Builder, residences a
Specialty. Estimates Furnished.
106 Belmont St. Old Phone 2790.
D A WRIGHT. Contractor and Builder.
Prop. Alamo Carpenter Shop.
Screens and Office Fixtures. __
508 Travis St New Phone 1990.
Window and door screens made to order.
New Phone 2766.
Shop rear 412 Lopes Street
Graham & Collins, both phone*.
Practical Electricians. 246 W. Com. St
J. C. Dlelman.
Wholewle and Retail Build. Material
Fireproofing and Re-inforced concrete.
Old Phone 714. New phone 1015.
Office 225 St. Mary St.
704 St Mary St.
Phones: Old 2947. New 1136.
Sayings of a Cynic.
STEALING time from sleep is a poor
। ° way to beat It
There are two sides to every story—
! and some have four and a celling.
The wind frequently turns an umbrella,
but a borrower seldom returns It.
The right kind of a man doesn’t have
to spend half his time looking for a Job.
A woman gets more enjoyment out of
a good cry than a man does out of a
hearty laugh.
Remember, girls, that boasting of an
old love affair is a mighty poor way to
boost a new one.
It’s an easy matter for a man to cut
[ down his living expenses. All he has to
do Is break Into jail.
A woman writer says a man should
keep nothing from his wife. As a matter
of fact, he can’t.
You cannot convince a farmer that city
people get up early enough to de an hon*
est day’s work.
When a girl jilts a young man. and he
refuses to let it spoil his career, It is an
awful jolt to her pride.
It’R a gay old world when you are gay
and a sad old world when you are sad,
It all depends upon the point of view.
Another Queen.
Dr. Q. —Mr. Nutt, what do you know
about the age of Elizabeth?
Nutt—Why, I think she was about
eighteen, doctor^-—Sewanee Tiger.

"What caused the separation?”
"Oh, he thought as much of himsalf
as she thought of herself, and as Itttle
of her as she did of him.”—Life.
Ma —Willie, where have you
been! I'our hair in suapiciously wet ;
Willie— l fell in the river.
“But your clothes are not wet."
“Well, i/ou see. ma, while T was
etandin' on the bridge I thought maybe
I'd fall in. so I took off my clothes,
and I did.” —Illustrated Bit*.
House Owner —You failed to pay
your rent last month. What are you
going to do about itf
Tenant—Oh, 1 suppose I’ll do as you
said u hen I rented it.
House Owner —What did I sayf
Tenant—You said I must pay in ad>
vance or not at all. — London Opinion.
A FRESH young man is apt to spoil
early in life.
It takes a cheerful face te make
good In a photograph.
Worry gives the undertaker more
business than hard work.
Every man knows some other man
he would like to get even with.
It's almost as difficult to live down
a bad reputation as it is to live up to
a good one.
Don't meddle with the affairs of
other people and you will have trial
much less to worry about-
Pastor Russell, the greatest writer
and lecturer of the present age. lectures
free at Grabd nigbt of 13th. He under
stands the Bible.

Lady—Will you send this rug on ap
provnl? /
Salesman —Certainly, ma 'am.
Little Girl (who is’with her
—Hadn’t you better tell him to be sure
and get it there on tirue, mammal Von
know we give the party tomorrow night
No charge to hear Pastor Russell , ;
Brooklyn Tabernacle at Grand Tues
I day night His lecture is priceless.
E L. Nlm* et al of Bexar county to O.
B. Parker of Cardenas. Mexico, lots 17
and 18. block 1. city block 1662: $3OO.
Dr. B. E. Witte to J. H Siiort, lots 3
and 4. block 32, city block 3300, on Ham
mond aieiwe, Highland Park; S6VO.
Albert Maverick to Otto Wahrmund,
lots 3 and 4, city block 467, on southeast
side of Avenue B, Maverick's fifth addi
tion; H-’OO.
Albert Maverick et al to Otto wahr
mund. lots 5 to 8, city block 467, on the
south side of Avenue B; $3OOO.
D. K. Furnish, trustee of Kinney coun
ty, to Frank Lang of Victoria county,
part of lots 14 to 16, block 5, on North
Flores street. $690.
Louie S. Parkinson of Bexar county to
Frank latng of Victoria county, 50 feet
off of north end of lots 1 to 3. block 7.
original city lot 14, rang. 3, district 3,
on Howard and Wesatche .treet; $11”0.
Ribert T. and Mathilde Koch of Dal
las county to H. Shapiro of Bexar coun
ty, lot 9, block 12, new city block 608, on
east side of Mesquite street; $l. ,
S. A. and Mamie D. Scott of Snannee
county.' Kansas, to Alice E. Ingraham of
.—-— county. Missouri, lot 13. block 1.
Bellaire addition; $350.
Mattie Jarman of Harris county to M.
Shapiro of Bexar county, lots 6 and 14.
block 5. new city block 710, on southwest
side of Victoria and Mt. Zion streets;
$lOOO By separate instrument of July 1,
1909, Mattie Jarman to A. Shaenfeld,
transfer of above lien; payment.
James A. Barnes to John W. Fraser,
lots 5 to 8, block 23, on Argyle avenue.
Alamo Heights; $l.
Ygnacio Arocha de Lopez to Isabella A.
Belden, 113.5 acres in county block 4008.
of Joaquin Leal grant, also known us
Marla Josefa de la Garza survey; $3390.
Duncan Mackay of Cook county, Illi
nois, to L. O. Ramsey of Bexar county,
lot 12, range 4. district 6, being 98.21
acres; $6383.65.
G. W. Elliott to Mrs. Ida Shiner, deed
of correction to a lot 50 feet on West
Houston street, 100 feet from corner of
Nueces street, lot 160, Maverick’s addi
tion No. 7, Prospect Hill; payment.
Aileen McCardle to Don A. Bliss, lots
1 and 2. block 2, Craig's Laurel Heights,
on southeast corner of Belknap street and
Woodlawn avenue; payment.
Arthur and Robert Sahm of Comal and
Bexar counties, to Charles Lux of Bexar
county, three acres of subdivision 8 of
Mi ell league, on Cibolo creek; $6OO.
Albert Steves to Frank Cummins, lot
20, city block 2093; $2035.
Dais) - Runyan of Jefferson county,
Kentucky, to W. S. Montz of said coun
ty, east corner of Walnut and Starr
streets, block 4, new eity block 567; $l.
Eva T. Owen to William Roberts, the
south 25 feet off of lot 7, block D, city
block 1656; $l.
Manuel and Mary Hernandez to T. M.
West, lot 17, new city block 2108. Men
chaca and North Calaveras streets; $238.
August F. Ernst to C. J. Ernst, lots
14 and 17, block 13, East Englewood;!
$350. '
Washington Heights Improvement Co., >
by Thomas Franklin, to Geo. W. Brack
enridge, all of real estate of said coun
ty. wherever situated and all notes, bills
receivable and contracts; payment.
The Clifton George Co., by Clifton
George of Bexar county to William Som
ers of Cooke county, lots 17 and 18, block
74. Keystone Park: $3OO.
D. F, Youngblood and Lewis Holland
to T. N. Givens et al. 40.6 acres, lot 1.
range 10, district 7; $5785.50.
Maude Schryver to William Rossy, lot
7, new city block 261, on Chavez street;
$2500. , '
M. E. and R. L. Chappell _ to A. K. |
Owen, executor of estate of Nina O. Sid-1
well, quit claim deed to lot 14. block 8, [
new citv block 277, on Frio street. I
A K. Owen, executor of estate of N. |
O Sidwell, deceased, to Mrs.'Carmen T.
Erickson, lot 14, blo< k 8. new city block
277, on Frio street; $425.
.1. A. Simmons, trustee, by H P.
Drought, trustee, to William Cassin, 8500
acres of various surveys; $49,000.
Estate of M. B. Leavell. by sheriff, to
John Ryan, parts of lots 1 and 2, block
6, citv block ?299, division 2; $80.90.
Edwin G. Paschal and Hicks A. Wood
to Dr. R. Robinson, nortli side of East
Park avenue; $5OO.
E. A and Kate Rogers to William Will,
lots 19 to 21, block 48. Alamo Heights;
J. H. Kirkpatrick to William Will, lots
11 and 12, block 2. on north side of Post I
avenue. Army Terrace; $3lOO.
Louise Hutzler et al to I. T. Pryor, quit
claim deed to a lot 55% feet on East
Commerce street, as per field notes and
volume 295. page 1; $lOO.
Ike T. Pryor to William A. Wurzbach, I
Rose Gunther and Tazewell W. Camp- 1
bell lot 13. city block 169, on south side I
of East Commerce street; $16,333.34.
Eula Nichols of Nueces county to A. I
A. Brown of Bexar county, lots 1 and 2, (
block 2. city block 3017; $950. By separate .
instrument of July 8. 1909, Daniel Op- .
penheimer to Eula Nichols, release of
vendor’s lien on the above property; pay- .
ment. '
Henrv and Emma Hoecke to George "
Saunders, lots 21 to 24. block 3. original
j city lot 126. new city block 2359, on Mat
amoras street: $3300.
George W. and Ida Saunders of Bexar
county to Adolf Holz and W. G. Henne
of Comal county, 150 acres of Charles
Tennes original survey 50; $5250.
George W. and Ida Saunders of Bexar
! county to Adolph Holz and W. G. Henne
of Cotnal county. 150 acres of Charles
I Tentte's original survey 50; $5250.
Earl W. Newton of Bexar county tb E.
<3. Simms of Milan county, lots 6 and 7.
block 3 city block 3032. Treasure HUI;
Joe Priest to Anna Waltersdorf, lots •
I and 7, block 1. new eltv block 322*. Hlll
' crest addition; $523. By separate instru
ment of June 28. lt>o9. Eli Arnaud to Joe
Priest, release of above lien; $120.,
W. J t and Jennie Reed to A. D. Beng
ler. lot 94. on west side of Bowie street,
volume |5. pages 160-162; $4OOO.
ixiuls Muiczynski *o James and
Plilllipps, lot 6, block 2, new city block
3022. on cast side of Avenue A; $4OO. By
separate instrument of July 8. 1909, Chas.
Englemann to 4x>uls Muiczynski.
of vendor's lien on above property; $2OO.
Efrotn and Mattle Jones to Rosa Greed,
lot block 4. new city block 2154;
Uhris and Charles Matt hies 'to W. P. 1
Givens. J P. Rice and J. C. Rice, trus- (
tee. to W. P. Givens, an undivided one
half to .1 p Rice, an undivided one
fourth and to J. C. Rice, trustee, an un
dhil .1 one-fourth interest in and to 111
acres ~f i>„mingo Bustlllo original sur-
Vev 31; $l5lO
E P Henry to J. H. Kirkpatrick, lots,
1 nd 2. block 6, Marlborough Place,,
S': rino Reves.-by sheriff, to Charles
Uerl : lots V and 13, block 5, city block
I’. i: and Mrs. Nannie Knowlton to
J F Nelmns deed of correction to lots
11 22. block 1. on Doup street Carp-
line Marshall I-ong Lake subdhlslon.
1.1- and Josie Dombrowski of Bexar
• "v I V Dean of Walker county.
1 s 1” and 15. block 4. new city block
on Regent and Truax streets. East
’irollne YVllowley of county to
H "ert I Kingston of Kendall county. Cor
el conv of deed to 1623.86 acres of
■hr w’ Smith or, « lnal „* U ’';L (£ ’ ft 72 ' ln
h n<r and Kendall counties: $lBBO.
I ' .renee Jane and L B. Jones to es
of G Davisson. 7. acres of survey
also 30 acres of -33. section 4, on
■ er and Tonnslnl road: $lO.
w n qvers to Mrs. Tennie McGregor,
t anA rive feet off of eaat side of lot
■ Itv block 1814 on comer of North
F res street Mulberry avenue. LaU
•pl Ilolerhtff'
<amuel anU Gert Hide P. Patterson of
Grant county. Louisiana to Fred Bre-
dow of Bexar county, a lot 64 feet on
northeast line of Third street, block 20.
volume 286, pages 276-277; $lO,OOO.
J. E. Adams and J. H. Kirkpatrick to
Mrs. T. S. Cosgrove, lots 25 and 26, block
11, Laurel Heights Terrace; $6OO,
Norval J. and Agatha M. Welsh to Al
bert Maverick, east one-half of lot 19,
and all of lots 20 to 22. block 14, new city
block 1838, on Woodlawn avenue, Adams'
Laurel Heights;,sl4,ooo.
Tom B. Johnson et al to Ed Seeling,
lots 1 to 3, city block '165, on southwest
corner of East Houston and Bowie
streets; lots 3 to 5, city block 871, on the
corner of Blum and Live Oak streets;
Clara Gillis et al to Ed Seeling, lot 27.
new city block 165. on south side of East
Houston street; $lO,OOO.
J. H. Kirkpatrick to G. E. Haney, July
9. i9”9. lots 21 to 23, and southwest one
hall of tot 20, on Cleveland court. Mad
eliene Terrace. Alamo Heights; $lOOO.
Annie M. and James B. Shepherd to
John Darrah, deed of correction to lots
1 to 3. block 14, new city block 1814. on
Mulberry avenue and North Flores street.
Laurel Heights; payment.
Frederick and Ida Colegate to William
and Kate Gertrude Moisa. lot 12, block
K, new city block 1667, on Blaine street;
H. G. and Nettie C. Smith to Otto
James Solcher, lots 14 and 15, Lillian L
Lee’s subdivision 8. original city lot 2.
range 4. district 1; $1125,
S. J. Brooks to B. G. Klodt, lot 11,
block 2, new city block 3554, Givens' ad
dition: $l5OO.
G. Flury to Agnes Flury. June 26. 1909,
6 acre* as per volume 208, pages 508 to
510; $l.
William P. Raley of Houghton county.
Michigan, to Jennie Raley of Bexar coun
ty. tots 6 to 14, original city block 135.
new city block 2082, lots 7 to 12, block
1. original city lot 74, city block 2156,
east one-half of tot 74 and all of lot 75,
block 2, original city lot 134, city block
1013. lots 8 and 19, block 10, original city
lot 158, city block 2249; $5OO.
Clifton George of Bexar ceunty to R.
Roetaer of Bastrop county, tots 17 and
18. blook 76. Keystone Park; SB2E.
W. C. Berry, trugtee, to R. E, Knowl
ton, all my right, etc., in and to tot 5, on
east side of Cameron street, lot 5, block
6, on South Concho street, and 92 feet off
of tot 2. city blocks 2079 and 2080; $l,
Second Colored Baptist church, by R.
Logan et al. to Second Baptist church,
south one-half of lot 2. block 5, new city
block 168, on Chestnut street; payment.
Andres de la Garza to Poltnio la Gar
zade Cano, a lot 13x28*4 varaes, in origi
nal city lot 36, as per field notes; $l.
Andres de la Garza to Manuella Rami
rez Y Marques, a lot 12 varas on West
Third street, as per field notes and vol
ume N-2. page 391; $l.
Thomas D. and Roy L. Glover of Bexar
county to W. W. Caves of Live Oak
county, lots 6 to 8, block 13. Mission View
addition; $225.
J. A. and Jessie Patterson to W. P
Lobban. lot 4, block 19, new city block
815, on Dallas street: $2Oll.
Henrietta and William Sultemeier to 8.
G. Tayloe, an undivided one-half interest
in and to lots 1 to 12. block 8. Rosedale
Park addition; payment.
S. G. Tayloe to William Sultemeier, an
undivided one-half interst in and to lots
1 to 12, block 8. Rosedale Park: $l.
James L. Lytle to Joseph E. Rfpps, lots
1 to 3. lots 32 to 34. block 3, Colima ad
dition: $750.
Parke R. Longworth of Mi-Lean county.
Illinois, to Eva B. Armstrong of B-xar
county, lots 11 and 12. block 24, Edge
wood addition: $lOOO.
J. H. Kirkpatrick to William Will, lot*
12 to 14. block 5. on Arcadia Place. Mad
eliene Terrace; $1650.
Leo A. end Ruth E. Adams to Mary B,
Stiles part of original city lot 14. range
5. district 3. as per field notes; $2OOO.
Bessie C. Fest to W. E. Smith, my un
divided one-eighth interest in and to a
lot on. the corner of Dolorosa street and
Military plaza, as per field notes; $l.
Isidor and Johanna Wolff to Hattie and
J. Morris. 50 feet of lot 11. block 30, new
city block 392. on the north side of East
Evergreen street; $l5OO.
P. and Martha J. McDonough to Marco
Gerblc, lots 1 to 4. block 5. new city
block 2294. on Cibolo and West Houston !
streets; $5OOO.
C. B. Beck of Medina county to T. A.
Burnside of Bexar county, lot 24. block
2. new city block 3222, Hillcrest addition;
James L. Lytle and J. M. Knight to
H. H. Jordan, lot 22, block 5. Melrose ad
dition. Mission Ridge survey; $lOO.
H. V. Philpott, by Robert Armstrong,
substitute trustee, to J. Glesecke, lots 1
to 8. lots 21 to 28, block 7, city block
215; $4OO.
J. C. Meredith to P Dew. a lot on the
northwest corner of Soledad and Salinas
streets new city block 140; $7OOO.
J M. Hamilton and wife to John A.
Bessier. east 46 1-3 feet on south side of
Quincy street; $llOO.
W. F. Sturar and wife to N. A. Daw
son. lot 14, block 13, new city block 3326,
Hillcrest addition; $lOlO.
N. A. an<t Jennie Dawson to Gottlieb
Dietzel. lots 31 and 14. block 13, new city
block 3226, lot 14, block 11, new city
i block -225. Hillcrest addition, north one
i half of lots 14 and 15 and south one-half
of lots 6 and 7. block 37, new city block
1867, Laurel Heights; $6OOO.
C. H. and Pearl Green to Mrs. Emily
| Emerson, lot 2, block 3, new eity block
| 1738. on East Locust street; $2721.
W. A. Silveus to Rosa Akin, lot 30, new
j city block 863, on Broad avenue; $350.
W. A Silveus to Rosa Akin, lot 29, city
block 863, on the north side of Broad ave
, nue; $350.
Julius E. Mugge to Jose Marla de Leon,
lot 31. block 2. original city lot 129. La
! Villa Guadalupe; $lOO.
South Presa Development company, by :
E. A Fox. to R. N. Webber and S. S.
l-ane. lot 12. block 6. Villa Rosa addition;
R F. Alexander to Bascom Bell, quit i
| claim deed to lots 21 and 22. block 48. ;
new cltv block 1G49. on north side of
Westfall avenue. South Heights; $lO.
John P and Lillie A. Smith to R. B.
Craig and Bascom Bell, one acre of the
southeast corner of original city lot 163. .
' on Prospect Hill; $5OO
1 De Orsay A. Simpson Jr. and wife of 1
I Bexar county to Alex Coker of Live Oak
county, lot s. new city block 3035. on
, Kearney street; $1440.
The Galveston. Harrisburg and San An
tonio Railway company, by W, G. Van
| Vleck. to J 1,. Lytle and J. C. Rice, lots
J to 10. lots 19 to 22. subdivision D, out
lot 205; exchange of property.
W. E. Smith and wife of Bexar county ■
to John H Houghton of Travis county. I
“J - feet on Military plaza, block
lift $260” I
O Terrell to J. W. Hocker, lot 8.1
city block 1767. on Summit avenue; $3068.
Mary A. anti William Barker of Bexar
county to H. M WilUard of Cumberland
county. Maine. .July 7, 1909. deed to lot:
10. Inock 6. new city block 1996. on Vir
ginia avenue; 12850.
• u k an<i Beil ba Meerecheidt to Martha
J. McDonough, lota i to 4, block 5, new
city blook 2294, on the south side of West
’ Houston street; 2550 A
.Joseph an.! .Johanna Merklen to Emil
J Grepyen, lot 20 block 15. original city lot
13«. nm city block 2115. on north side
|*Of Castro street; 5460
1 Springer, by constable, to John
Bolts. 1.0 acres, division 5, of Antonio
1 °r*Kl n al league and labor No. 40;
1 ><»i 33.
.Tamss A. Gallagher to Miss A. M. Sul
■ llvan. lot 4 b 1,,, k is. e t ty blo . k 43J on
Av-nue C: $425”
1 a l d Jacinto M. Alvarez to
' o' w' 2 ' - ° n Avenue B. Mr*.
. E. 8. Maitreya subdivision, volume 261.
t page ’76: $.OO
1 Mn< l Nannie Knowlton to W. C.
-1 Berry, trustee an nn /. h , )f of lw „
tots as per volume 190. paRP jj. vo lvme
f 1 33. pace .0: payment
-I H G. de Jaggers et a) „ t Bex4r ccunt y
’ Among recent news of building opera
tions in Texas towns and cities arc
the following items:
At Coleman K. D. Kinney is erecting
a business building.
A tax has been voted for a new
school building at Lindale.
A new school building is ta be built
al Washburn.
A new south end exchange is being
built by the Southwestern Telephone
company in Houston, cost $(>0,000.
The contract has been let by the
Santa Fe for a new passenger station
at Temple.
New roundhouses are to be erected
by the Santa Fe at Somerville and Sau
H. C. Wyehe has secured the contract
for the erection ef a $25,000 church at
Seguin is to have a $25,000 hotel.
A two-story brick school is to be
built at Corrigan.
Glasscock county is to have a new
court house. A $28,000 structure is to
be built at the county seat of Garden
The mystery of the thief’s paradise
cleared away at the Grand Tuesday
At a called meeting of the school
board held yesterday, the contract
for the construction of the addition to
the Sam Houston school was let to
August Fuessle, the lowest bidder, who
proposes to erect the building at a
cost of $11,465. This amount is $1405
in excess of the estimate made by the
building committee as to the probable
cost of the addition. Dr. Frederick
Terrell, president of the board, was
authorized to enter into contract with
the builder, subject to his furnishing
satisfactory bond.
How thieves get to paradise, will be
shown in free lecture at Grand Tuesday
night. No collection.
to Fred Fleming of Dallas county, an un
divided one-halt' Interest In and to lots
14 to 16, block Rosemere Place; $9OO.
By separate Instroment of June 29, 1909.
William Aubrey to H. G. de Jagger* and
J. B. Callahan, release of vendorte lien on
above property; $6OO.
W. C. Berry, trustee, to Nannie Knowl
ton, property as per volume 190, page
261. volume 33, page 70; $l.
R. L. and Ava’ Jones of Bell county to
F. D. Banning of Dallas county, lots 11
to 13, city block 2956, on Baylor street;
N. A. Dawson to J. M. Nail, lot 16,
block' 3175. on Ward street. Morton addi
tion; $1650.
Dr. B. E. Witte to Stella Higdon. lo'.
18, block 68. city block 3336, on Avant
avenue. Highland Park; $3OO.
City of San Antonio, by mayor, to San
Antonio school board, quit claim deed to
east one-half of lot 6, blo£k 15, on Mis-*
tietoe avenue, Adams’ Laurel Heights;
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Sa\. e
Tomatoes, 3 for sc. 15c and 20c basket.
Mixed vegetable bunobs«. 6c aaciL
Chile pepper*. 5c a dosen.
Sweet peppers, 4 for sa.
Lettuce, 3 tor sc.
Qarlic, 15c a pound.
Cabbage, 5c a pound.
Water cress, 5c a hunch* 3 foe'
Onions, 5c pound.
Egg plant, 10c to 20c.
Sweet potatoes. 5c pound.
Leexs. 5c a bunch.
Squash, 3 for sc, 15c dozen.
Green beans. 2 quarts for 15c.
New potatoes. 35c peck.
Radishes. 5c a buncu.
Wax beans, 15c quart.
Okra, 10c quart.
Ho: so radian. 15c a Bound. 19c a botti*
Rhubarb. i rt c pound.
Black eyed peas. 5c qt., shelled 10c Qt.
Cucumbers. 2 for sc.
Greet pumpkins. 5c and 10c.
Ripe pumpkins. 10c to 25c.
New butter beans. 30c quart.
Turnips. 5c a bunch
Beets. 5c a bunch.
Carrots, 5c a bunch.
Roasting ears, 15c a dozen.
Pineapples, 15c and 25c.
Bananas, 20c and 25c dozen.
Oranges. 20c to 40c a dozen.
Umons. 25c and 30c dozen.
Cherrlee, 25c pound.
Peaches, 25c to 40c basket.
Honev peaches, 10c dozen, 3 dozen 25c.
Cantaloupes, 5c to 20c each.
Watermelons, 15c to 35c.
Pompano, 40c a pouna.
Spanish Mackerel. 65” a pound.
Red Snapper, 15c a pound.
Fish, mixed. 12 I-2c a pound.
Shrimp. 12Hc a pound.
Fryers. 35c and 40c.
Broilers. 20 and 25 eta.
Hens. 45c to 65c.
Country eggs. 20c dosnn.
Yard ecgs. 2Sc and 39c a dozen.
Creamery butter. 30c pound.
Country butter, 19c to 24c pound.
Honey, 15c and 200 a bottle.
Comb honey, 1214 c a pound.
Snur kraut. 6c a pound
What and where is hell! These ques
tions will be answered at the Grand
Tuesday night from the oldest Greek
and Hebrew manuscripts.
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“Taft says that the United States
army has- never had a stain on its es
cutcheon. ’ ’
“That’s funny. I was sure that
Thornton Jenkins Hains used to be in
the army.'”
Bible students, yon cannot afford to
miss the lecture at the Grand Tuesday
<< She got squeezed in M al! street. ”
“Shc»spe<-”ln|es, rh?”
I “No, she stenogs.”
JULY 11, 1909.
On Layer street, just
east of McCullough ave
nue, a four-room cottage
with front gallery. Goes
with two 'large lots for
On North Coma! street,
a six-room cottage with
porcelain bath and lava
tory; electric lights and
sewers; mantel in dining
room; lots of flovyers,
shrubbery and fine lawn.
Lot 56x169. Price $3250.
On Howard street, near
Locust, a five-room cottage
with reception hall and
porcelain bath; front and
rear galleries; all uity con
veniences. Price $3250.
On Camden street, a six
room cottage with porce
lain bath; electric lights;
sewers; house thoroughly
screened; extra fine fruit
and shade tree*; large
barn. Price, $4OOO.
On West Laurel street,
a beautiful bungalow cot
tage of five rooms with
complete bath room; hand
some brick mantel; electric
chandeliers with wall
switches: beamed ceilings;
all other conveniences;
nice lawn and abundance
of shrubbery. Price $4200.
On Bigsby avenue, in
Witte Terrace, a charming
bungalow cottage of five
rooms and bath; has every
convenience and many spe
cial features. Just com
pleted and ready for your
occupancy. Price $3OOO.
On Magnolia ave
nue. a swell Colonial home
of eight large rooms; bean
tifnl in every detail. All
conveniences. Lots of gal
lery spare. Fine view of
the city. Near car line.
IT p-t o-d ate decorations.
Price $6OOO.
On East Mistletoe ave
nue, a two-story eight
room residence consisting
of parlor, reception room,
dining room, kitchen and
pantries, with four bed
rooms and bath on second
floor. Is complete in every
way and in a most desir
able district. Price $5500.
♦ ,*
On Maverick street, near
San P«dro car line, a fine
cottage home of six rooms
on 75-foot lot. In first
class condition and has fine
lawn and good barn. Price
On Dewey Place, a fine
home of eight rooms with
porcelain bath; electric
lights and all other city
conveniences; first floor in
mission, second floor in
white; front and rear stair
way. Large barn. Price
On Trenton avenue, a
six rdom cottage with
porcelain bath and all oth
er up-to-date arrange
ments for a home. Lot
84x167 feet. Good barn
and other outbuildings.
Price $5OOO.
On Main avenue, a two
story six-room house with
two large halls; fine
plumbing and electric fix
tures and other conveni
ences. Lot 54x150. Price
& Smith
224 E. Houston SU
Phones 2396.

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