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WEDNESDAY,
FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE J FOR SALE—REAL ESTATE ' FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE
A $500,00 LOT GIVEN AWAY
To Some White Pupil of a San Antonio School.
That 'a what we want
the pupils of all
schools in San Anto
nio to do—write the
name of Fair-Flap
Homo Company on a
postal and their name
and address on tho
other side, enclosing
postal in a sealed let
ter and mailing it to
ns. Tho one writing
Fair-Play Home Co.
the greatest number
of times on the card
will be presented with
a $5OO lot. This is a
prize really worth
working for, so you
children had better
get busy—no limit to
the number of eards
each contestant ean
send. Contest doses
October. 24th.
FAIR PLAY HOME COMPANY, w a. baity, owner
121 Marborough Place, San Antonio, Texas
BY OWNER
[res mis l~—?,
My five room cottage. A house built for a
home and not to rent or sell. Lot
feet to 20-foot alley. Good barn and out
houses. Electric lights and sewers in barn
Beautiful lawns; large trees. On car line.
House has all modern conveniences.
Owner, 423 River Avenue.
A GOOD FARM
Tn Frio county, forty-two miles from San Antonio, two and one-half
miles from Moore, on the I. & G. N. R. R. 1900 acres of splendid
soil, 300 acres in enltivation, 40 acres under irrigation, with 200
more available. Two sets of improvements and a pumping plant in
operation, abundance of'water. Land fenced and cross-feneed. This
tract of land is a good one and we are offering the entire piece at
$20.00 per acre. Get our booklet of Southwest Texas and details
of this land.
W. D. SYERS
Old Phone 562. 427 NAVABRO New Phone 2570
The Allison-Richy Land Co.
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Is Selling Fertile Praiaie Land
Without Brush or Stones.
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We have 3000 ten-acre tracts in the Houston country and a
large number in the Victoria country.
We can show, you bearing orange and fig orchards loaded with
fruit. Rainfall from 39 to 45 inches.
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Good crops this year.
Good water plentiful and near surface.
Artesian wells can be obtained.
On main line railroads.
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Near large cities.
Low freight rates.
Easy terms of payment,
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Farm lauds in Jackson and Victoria counties at from $27.50 to
$35.00. Near railroads.
Wil! grow corn, alfalfa, eotton and all other crops grown in
South Texas. ~ \ -
Call at our office. 213 East Houston street, ground floor, or
write for illustrated booklets. We will treat you right.
THE ALLISON-RICHEY LAND COMPANY
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SAN ANWIIO LI HOT AND G AZLTTE
Here’s our scheme:
We «nnt the name of
Fair-Play Home Oom
»any familiar la
every household in
Han Antonio, and we
could think of no bet
ter way than to inter
est the children of
San Antonio. We pro
duce here on engrav
ing of a postal card
which shows our
written a num
ber of times on n n e
side of a postal card,
and the name of the
writer, and the num
tier of times written
on the other tide.
SPECIAL TO
SIMMONS’ BUYERS.
Our office is headquarters for
Oklahoma, Kansas and Missouri vis
itors. Call and get acquainted. Do
you want a farm right at the door
of a big city where you have the
best market in the United States for
everything that grows on a farm?
We have a large list of good farms
near the city. This is a sample:
560 acres, good house and barn,
on macadam road, only nine miles
from city hall or five miles from city
limits, 30 acres cleared balance cov
ered with fine growth of mesquite
land. You can grow corn, oats, hay.
garden truck and all other farm crops
adapted to this climate on it. Good
two-story house, barn and other im
provements. Price, $35.00 per acre.
R. 6. Callahan Realty Co
310 GIBBS BUILDING
Old Phone 999. New Phone 429.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Santiago and Marla Torres de Corello
of Atascosa county to Henry Fest ot Bex
ar county, 26% acres, except 1!i acres
of survey 43, as per volume W-2, page
•509; 3161.25.
Byron McMillen of Bexar county to It.
E. Kloepper of Comal county, lot 21.
ulock 73. lots 26 to 26, block >4, Keystone
l’ark; $OOO.
Mattle and S. St. Clair Mac Vicar to H.
G. and Mattie C. Peacock, south two
tbirds of block 9. city block 290,. East
Englewood; 12000.
Janies Duryee Stevenson to M. Cop
pard, lots 36 and 47, block 3. new city
block 2159, original city lot 144. on Lopez
street; 150. By separate instrument of
October 7, 1900, W. D. Geddes to .lames
Duryee Stevenson, release of all liens bn
above property; payment.
Powell Mule and Horse Co., by N. K.
'Powell, to Frank Kring, lots 2 and 3, be
ing Ila acres, on Somerset road. Powell’s
suodivision; *lOOO. By separate instru
ment of October 12, 190'J, F. F. Collins
to Powell Mule and Horse Co., release
of vendor's lien on the above property;
*5OO.
Clifton George Co., by Clifton George,
to F. W„ F. J. and Minnie C. Smitheis,
lots 16 and 17. block 90, Keystone park;
|3OO.
Alfred Duerier and Charles Graebner
to .Mrs. Lou Timberlake, lot 5, block 12,
new city block 3221, on Theo avenue,
Hillcrest addition; *250.
E heard and Mary Garrison to trustees
of St. Paul's Methodist Episcopal church,
i west one-half of lot on the south side of
North Center street, as per field notes
lot this instrument; *l5OO.
1 J. D. and Lora Trammel to J. W. Mor-
I gan. lot 31 and 30 feet olf of north side
o Hot 32. block 2. new city block A; 70,
| original city lot 13. range 4. district 1;
I s3laj.
i J. L. Furtner and D. G. Campbell of
' Bexar county to H. L. Howard and Emil
Locke of Bexar county and Adolf Holz
of Comal county, a lot 50 feet on north
line of Fourth street. 150 feet west of
the corner of Taylor street, new city
block 1761; *B9Ol.
Thomas D. and Roy L. Glover at Bex
ar county to J. W. Torbett of Falls Co.,
lots 19 and 20, block 1, .Mission View ad
dition; $l7O.
Alamo Heights Co., by M. H. Town
send. to Ml’S. John Schah. lots 21 and 32.
block 82. Alamo Heights: *5O.
John D Sipple to Marietta McConnell,
lots 23 to 25. block 31. city block 1391,
corner of Aransas and Palmetto avenues.
South Heights; $4OO.
J. L. Lytle to M. D. San Miguel, lot
27, block 2. city block 3159 .Colima addi
tion; $3OO,
Leando and S.antos Losoya to Clay '
Cuffins. lot 10. bloqk 12. range ", district I
I. original city lot 96. on Vargas street; I
MU.
FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE
Farms— so% less
6000 Acres—s2o.oo
Twenty miles city. Fenced, eros* fenced, finest laud in Texas,
fine large house, two fine dug wells, near railroad and statiua, every
acre filial.le, frontage on river for few miles, |H*.an groves in bot
tom, fronts marndnm rand. $20.00 per nrre, easy terms, •
Too acre- fifteen miles from eity, pumping plant, riser fronl
sge. nil tillnlde, mile from railroad station, finest improved farm in
dbunty s2s,iioo, easy terms. ,
1500 Acres—sB.so
Nine mile, eity, fenced and cross fenced, two good houses, wells
and windmills, tanks, fronts public road, 250 acres farm. Uwner
must sell. s<>Jo |>cr sere, terms.
1200 acres rain belt, surrounded by shallow artesian wells, fine
house, five tenant houses, 300 acres in fnrm, balance in pasture.
All tillable, near school, seven miles from Nixon. $20.00 per acre,
easy terms.
213 Acres-$3500.00
Atascosa county, red sandy loam, five-room cottage, well un i
windmill, fen.-ed and cross-fenced, 100 ncrea in farm balance in pas
ture, fenced eight acres hog proof. Worth $l5OO of nnv mun s
money. <»ur special, $3500, terms.
These are priced at one-half of their value. Must be sold. We
dost only in bargains. Nothing too small, nothing too large.
WILLIAM C. LOTT 00.
Ground Floor, Moore Building.
YOU TAKE NO CHANCE ON THESE
640 acres in La Salle county, black mesquite land, all fenced,
four room house, well, windmill and tank. $12.00 per acre, one-fourth
cash, balance easy.
3450 acres fine black sandy land in Nueces county, one mile
railroad all fenced. $18.50, easy terms.
1350 acres all level black mesquite land, in Live Oak coounty.
$15.00.
1375 acres, Live Oak and Bee counties, all tillable, water tweu
ty-five to forty feet. $15.00.
1300 acres in Bec county, level black mesquite land, close to
Beeville. $20.00 per aere.
3500 acres, 90 per cent tillable, in McMullen county, on line of
the new railread. $6.00 per acre.
640 acres in Dimmit county, among the big flowing wells. $16.00
per acre.
If you want a small tract anywhere talk to us about it.
WATKINS * TRACY
219 East Houston Street. San Antonio, TexaJ.
An Attractive Home
Turn in your vacant lots and a little money as first
payment on this brand new seven-room home. It has large
hall, baths, clothes closets, butler’s pantry, china closets.
Large front ami back galleries. Back gallery runs full
width of house, screened and latticed. Good barn and out
buildings, lot fenced. Cement sidewalks and macadamized
driveway. This is one of the latest models of an up-to
date home, modern in every respect. Located on macadam
ized street, only one and one-half blocks from South Presa
Street car line. Will sell this beautiful home for less than
it cost to build and on easy pavments.
EMPIRE REALTY COMPANY
120 Mackay Building.
A Starr County Bargain
2500 acres in Starr county, near river, five miles from Roma, a
towq of 1000, with gins, schools, Churches, etc., good house,, three
wells, good tank, 75 acres in cultivation that never produces less
than half bale cotton to acres; raises two crops corn of forty bush
els to the acre and with good attention will raise three crops. Has
small vineyard and produces the finest grapes and citrus fruits of
auy land in Texas. Positively every acre of this land is good agri
cultural land with exception of about 200 acres. New railroad now
being surveyed, sure to touch near this land. This is distressed land.
Owner forced to sell, and for twenty days w& can sell for $4.25 per
acre. If you nre a bargain hunter and know one when you see it
investigate this quick. Price, $4.25, one-third cash, balance suit
purchaser.
MISSION REALTY COMPANY
211 East Houston Street—Winslow Block.
August Fischer to J. I. Carmichael,
one-half interest in and to east one-half
of lot 2, block 3, on Lake View avenue;
$1318.80.
Caroline P. and C. F. Goodenough Jr.
to T. L. Blackmon, lot 3. block 2», new
city block 1833, on Laurel Heights; $3200.
W. H. and J. I. Carmichael to August
Fischer, one-half interest in and to the
east one-half of lot "2, block. 5, on Lake
View avenue: $5lO.
D. K. Furnish, trustee, of Kinney Co.,
to G. C. Nutt of Bexar county, lots 16
amt 17. block 15, city block 1928, on the
south side of Fowler street. Beacon Hill;
$5OO.
D. K. Furnish, trustee, of Kinney Co.,
to James T. Pqwell of Bexar county, lots
21 ti 26. block SL city block 1822. on
Magnolia avenue. Beacon Hill; $2760.
D K Furnish, trustee, of Kinney Co.,
to James T. Powell of Bexar county, lots
27 to 29, block 31, city block 1822. on
Magnolia avenue. Beacon Hili; $597.
J. W. FRASER.
Draper of men’s fine clothes.
“My dear, suppose we take the chil
dren to the zoo today f”
“Why, John, you promised to take
them to mother's.’’
“All right, if it’s al) the same to the 1
children. ’ ’ —Browning's Magazine.
BUY A FARM—
A few dollars invested every month
will help you own one of our WEST
GARDENDALE IRRIGATED SUBUR
BAN FARMS, where you can have a
horse, a cow, poultry yard, vegetable
garden and an abundance of shrubbery
and flowers, all of which lead to pros
perity and independence. Dahlgren,
Benson & Welch, owners, Grand Opera
House bldg.
KNIGHTS TO WITNESS
CHURCH CEREMONY
Special Dispatch.
Sherman, Tex., Get. 13.—Thirty I
Knigl]ts of Columbus went from here I
to Dallas this morning to attend the '
conferring of the Roman purple upon I
Right Rev. Joseph Blum, pastor of St. |
Mary's church at Sherman, there today. :
The high honor will also be conferred
upon Right. Rev. Joseph Martiniers of
Dallas and Right Rev. L. G. Granger [
of Marsh**’ I
FROCK CT ITS IRE NOT
KKIII HE SHS
Some Members of the Commit
tee Will Wear Them, But
Citizens Need Not.
Judge C. W. Ogden, chairman of the
I executive committee for the entertain
ment of President Taft, want* the im
prea»ion that the Taft luaabeun will be
a formal dreaa affair removed. He Mat
ed thia morning that there will be no
requirement* whatever a* to the man
ner of dre*». and that thia will be left
entirely to the discretion of the indi
vidual. There will be aome of tbe com
mittee who will appear in froek eoat*
and high hats, but it will not lie incum
bent upon anyone to appear in thia man
ner. and maay are expected to attend
in their buaincsH mita.
Judge Ogden stated that acceptance*
to the bid* for the luncheon are coming
in rapidly, and indicationa are that
every plate will be taken. Accommoda
tions arc provided for 150 plate* betide*
the private guest* to the luncheon,
which will take place at the St. An
thony hotel next Monday.
A feature on thia occasion will be
the presentation of n handaome silver
tablet to President Taft. Tho tablet
will contain a chronology of the eity of
San Antonio, engraved in script, the
work on which is now being done. The
tablet will be presented to the presi
dent in an appropriate address by Judge
Ogden, who will be the toastmaster on
tho occasion. President Taft will re
spond in a few words, and this will be
the extent of the speech making.
There will be no ‘formal reception
during the president's stay here, this
idea having been abandoned, nnd in
stead the president will meet informally
those attending the inid-day luncheon
at the St. Anthony Monday. The guests
at the luncheon will pay their respect*
to the president as they pass out into
the lobby nt the conclusion of the lunch
eon. the president being the first to
leave the table in order to meet the
guests as they pass ont.
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It is time of sudden mishap or acci
dent that Chamberlain ’» Liniment can
be relied upon to take the place of the
family doctor, who eannot always be
found at the moment. Then it is that
Chamberlain's Liniment is never found
wanting. Tn cases of sprains, cuts,
wounds and bruises Chamberlain's Lin
iment takes out the soreness nnd drives
awny the pain. Sold by all druggist-.
ANXIOUS_FOR PLACE.
Many Applicants for Position as Mem
ber of Mississippi Biver Commission.
Washington, Oct. 13. —A position for
which there have been many applica
tions and for which evidently consider
able rivalry exists, is that of civilian
member of the Mississippi river com
mission to fill a vacancy caused by the
recent death of Henry B. Richardson if
Louisiana. General W. L. Marshall,
chief 6f engineers, U. S. A., has Inid
before tho president the names of sev
eral candidates, all of whom are fn
niiliar with the Mississippi river im
provement work.
While in the south the president may >
find time to give the matter some per
sonal attention and make inquiries re
garding the qualifications of persons
who nre anxious for the place. The sal
ary of the office is but $3OOO per an
num. but tho incumbent will have am
ple opportunity for other work.
.—
If von invest in our WEST GARDEN
DALE IRRIGATED SUBURBAN
FARMS vou will have but one RE
GRET, THAT YOU DTD NOT BUY
MORE. Dahlgren, Benson & Welch,
owners, Grand Opera House bldg.
J. W. FRASER is showing a vast va
riety of suiting in the Greys.
Bexar Drug Co., cut price druggists;
get our prices first. The lowest in the
city.
Dr. W. Hobble. Hicks Bldg.
Specialist, Diseases of Men.
BIRKHEAD & BOOTH
Attorneys at law. Suites 306-7 Frost I
building. Both phones.
OUR DAILY PUZZLE
RHYME BUZZ LE
Four rhyming words are here indicated. Can you find them?
LXSWER TO TESTKHDAY’S PVZZLK.
t'prlile down, noae at aide ot face.
OCTOBER 13, 1000.
SAN ANTONIO’S
LEADING HOTELS
loeMaaaeeesesoMeeoeaot
...THK...
St. Anthony
ABMUHELT FIKEWMf
SAW ANTSNirS ITtVKST
ANB FINEST
MODERN IN EVERY DCTAIt.
Liberally Conducted a* Mo
EUROPEAN PLAN
spatial Attwitlpn PsM W
P. M. SWEARINGEN ft EM
Managing Direct ere.
TRI MIRIER
This well known Hotel romaine M
ever In the past
SAN ANTONIO'S
MOST COMPLETE.
COMFORTABLE AND
CONVENIENT HOTEL.
WM. C. BRUCE, Mgr.
Dinner served every evening In the
open air Mexican Court.
Hotel
Mth Street. Near Broadway, Naw Vat*
NKW—MODERN—FIREPROOF X
Moat conveniently located. ”JuM
away from the noUe." In the centre
of the stopping, ttwecre and hotel
district
Room* with adjoining bath for two
person*, $2.00 $2-W
Room* with private bath, one or two
porion*, $2.50, $3.00
• Suite* two and three room* and
b*th. two to six persona $4.00 $O.OO.
M-00
CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITEM
W. F. Ingold.
T- E. Tolson W
“Half a Block from Herald Sc-”
WEST lOn the block between NSW
*” FIFTH AVE. M’WY
CoHinywood
Offcre select accommodations te Me
crimlimtfng peor'e.
ABSOLUTELY iTREFKOOP. and
affords every facilk; for the coasfioet
of guests.
Situated In the very heart of the
city, in a very culet neighborhood,
convenient to all surfaoe, Subway and
elevated railway line*, and in th*
u,e ahopptng and theatre die-
BMiat with Bath $2.99 and at
Mesial sates by tho month or aeaasß,
Restaurant a la Cart*.
BBTH H. MOSELEY. 2D,
Formerly ot
Nasr Raven House, Naw Haven. CMSk
CARNEGIE LIBRARY
Market atreet. Between Castna sa*
Presa Btreeta,
Spcß from 9 a. m. to9:Mp.
DONATIONS OF BOOKS
APPRECIATED
ALL PRIVILEGES FRIX
TORREY&COMPANY
Monta Germania Fire In*. Cm of Head
York. We repiwoent leading companion
of the world, asset* over $80,000,0M.
Office corner Navarro a Crockett Sts,
LADIES.
■ata, spoedy regulator: K cents, n- aim* m n*B
Booklet tree. DR. latFlUSca.
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