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FOR SALE—REAL ESTATE FOR SALE—REAL ESTATE. | FOR SALE—REAL ESTATE
| A $500.00 LOT GIVEN AWAY'
To Some White Pupil of a San Antonio School.
I That ’■ what w. want
I th. pupils of all
I aehoola in San Anto
I nio to do—write the
I aam. of Fair-Play
I Hom. Company on a
I postal and their name
I and address on th •
I other side, enclosing
f postal in a sealed let-
I ter and mailing it to
I ns. The one writing
I Fair-Play Hom. Co.
I the greatest number
I of times on the eard
I will be presented with
I a $5OO lot. This is a
I prise really worth
I working for, so you
I children had better
I get busy—no limit to
I the number of cards
I each contestant can
I send. Contest cloms
I October. 24th.
FAIR PLAY HOME COMPANY, w. a. baity, owner
121 Marborough Place. Sa.n Antonio. Texas
$l6O Per Acre.
..K.
260 acres joins the city limits—a fine acreage subdivision. Don’t tele
phone. Call and see us.
HTTNNAM * WIGGINS,
* • < 307-308 Moon Building.
A GOOD FARM
In Frio county, forty-two miles from San Antonio, two and one half
miles from Moore, on the I. 4 G. N. B. R. 1900 acres of splendid
soil, 300 acres in cultivation, 40 acres under irrigation, with 200
more available. Two sets of improvements and a pumping plant in
v operation, abundance of water. Land fenced and cross fenced. This
tract of land is a good one and we are offering the entire piece at
820.00 per acre. Get our booklet of Southwest Texas and details
of this land.
W. D. SYERS
Old Phone 562. 427 NAVABRO New Phone 2570
Riverside Park Residence
A beautiful 8-rbom, strictly modern residence, consisting of large
reception hall and living room, with fireplace, library, dining room,
pantry and kitchen on first floor, 3 large bedrooms and bath on
second floor, plenty of closets, electric lights in each, front lot,
50x140, on car line, macadamized street and cement walks.. Be
sure to see this at once. You couldn’t duplicate it the price—
s3soo; terms.
C. S. FOWLER A BRO.
Both Phones, 206-7-8 Frost Bldg.
Irrigated Farm
Almost given away, 640 acres, in the,
Artesian Belt, river front, 30 acres
under irrigation, steam pumping plant,
fine Jake of water, dam on the river;
land is chocolate loam, clay subsoil;
good house, barns, sheds, etc.
$16.00 per acre; will take some city
property in trade.
HUNNAM & WIGGINS,
307-308 Moore Bldg.
New Cottage
Nice new five-room cottage, bath, lav
atory. hot water, sewer, convenient to,
center of city. Cash or Install™*"**. 1
A. A. GRAT A CO. 1
THURSDAY,
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10 to 20 Acres
Fine irrigible mesquite land, level,
' cleared, clay subsoil, beautiful pecan
| grove, macadamized road, near city
limits; will trade for San Antonio prop
ertv.
A. A. GRAY & CO.
Drs. Hughes and Guinn, private eye,
ear, nose and throat infirmary, 403 St
Mary St. Old phone 1690.
_ Drs. Curry and Wagoner have moved
into their new offices, 6th floor Gibbs
building.
Bexar Drug Co., cur price druggists;
. get our prices first. The lowest in tbs
i city.
WSWSI.CABB
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SAN ANTONIO LIGHT GAZETTE
Here's anr sehemst
We want the name of
Fair-Flay Home Com
pany familiar la
a vary household la
Han A atonia, ami a,
eould think af no Let
ter way than ta Inter
Mt the children of
Ban Antonio We pro
duee here on enprav
iag of a poet al card
which a It • w a our
name written n num
ber of timet on a n a
tide of a poettl card,
and the name af the
writer, and the num-
I ber of timet written
on the at her aide.
real Estate transfers.
F. A. Stanush to Frank'Nleachwie'z.
lot 25. and 9.8 feet off the south part of
lot 23. block 3. new city block 590; $2500.
John O. Rosa and Mrs. J. A. Short of
Kendall county to Adolph J. Luckenbach
of said county, lot 1. block 8, Hot Wells
Park; 8400.
William E. Butler to 8. C. Martin, lot
«, new city block 1717. on north side of
Hast .Macon street; $lOOO.
Joshua and Dora A. Langford to J. Qs
car Chapman, lots 4 and 14. block 2. city
lot 15. range 4. district 1; 1135.
James L. Lytle to R. A. Valles, lot It.
block 1. Colima addition; 1125.
Jolly G. and Emanuel Deutsch. Simon
and Carrie Velth, Armand and Hattie
Halff. Morris and Rebecca Meyer to Bex
ar county, an undivided flve-sixtlm inter
est in and to a strip of grantor's land
varying in width, out of ft. T. Higgin
botham survey 2», as per field notes;
$35
Lucio and Adelina M. de Cantu to Carl
and Ida Herrmann, 15.2 acres as per vol
ume 304. pages 384 and 385; 81100.
B. F. Dittmar to George E. Robinson,
lot 5. block 1. new city block 3573. on
Dittmar street. Emmy Dittmar addition;
$2970.
Hannah Hankins to Mary F. Kelly, lot
9 and west 28 2-3 feet of 10l 10. on the
south side of Parsons street, new city
block 2737; $l7OO.
E. E. Collins to R. M. Bacon, lot 10,
except one foot off the cast side of block
21. new- city block 1455, East End;
8137.50.
Reinhold. Etnllie. Albert. Herman. Oiga
and Oscar Herbsleb and Otto Pfeiffer to
Max Brown, lots 1 and 2. block N. new
cltv block 1335; $1045.
William Hanlon of Fulton county. Illi
nois. to E E. Collins of Bexar county,
lots 10 to 13. block 21. new city block
1455. East End: $’257.50. *
8 E. Gillett to T. O. Kerr, lots 5 and
6. citv block 2371; lots 13 and It. city
block 22,49; $25. . ,
The Clifton George company, by Clif
ton George of Bexar county, to C. •
Wade of Hays county, lot 20. block 84,
Keystone Park; $125.
N. A. Dawson, by aheriff.alo 8. E. Gil
lett. lots 13 and 14. block 4. city block
2849. division 1; lots 5. 6. 11. 12. 15. 10.
21 and 22. block 8. city block 2371. divis
ion 1; $26.04.
Mrs W A. H. Gricsenbeck to J M.
Moses, lot 7. block 10. now city block
2337. on Monterey and Nueces streets.
Prospect Hill; $660.
.Mrs. M. W. Lott to William Armstrong,
lot 8. new city block 2573. on Fest street:
$llOO.
Clemente and Lutsa T. Delgado to
I Franz Woelfler. 75 acres of division 0
of Juan Montez grant; $l3OO.
N. A Dawson to A. Lewison. north 67
I feet of lots 1 and 2. new city block 1742,
Kendall street; $3125.
W. B. and T. V. Anderson and J. M.
Taylor to T. N. Givens. 51.3 acres of
Randolph Foster original survey No. 27;
$15,105.61. »
Ralph and Rosa Lea English to E. A.
Heap, a lot 50 fe,et on the south side of
Lake View avenue and 1-50 feet on east
i side of North San Marcos street, origl
! nal city 10l 83, new city block 195. dlvl
slon 3; $1750. >
A L. and Florence V. Hill to L. C.
; Black, lot 1?. block 4. new city block
! 2017 on south side of Sandoval street;
I J]225.
I N. A and Jennie Dawton tn J. H. Lie*
.her. let 17. new citv block 3323: $4700.
N. F. and Lena Shlrpr to J. H. Lieber,
lot 14. block 1V,4. on the north side of
Craig place: $2OOO.
buildingTermits.
A E. Kuykendall, one-room house, on
south side of Espiasse avenue; $5O.
Plas Moris, four-room house, on north
side of Menchaca street; $450.
1,. E. Yost, shod on north side of West
Laurel street; $25.
Jesus A. Valdez, two-room addition on
son’ll «ldo of Colorado street: $5O.
TV. D. Seers, eight-room dwelling snd
shed, on the north side of San Ped-o
nl«oe: $4OOO.
Hugh Burns, alterations, on south side
of Houston street: 8150.
Alberto Castillo, addition and repairs,
on north side of Lonez street: $«o.
I .William Beiler, fnur-room dwelling, on
i (no name) street: $0 A
BIRTH RECORD.
, To Mr and Mrs. V. F. Zantzinger. Oc
t<*-r 19. 615 North Brazos street, a ciri.
Wo M r nod Mrs. M. D. Goodman. Oc
tober is. 215 Bavlor street, a bo’’.
To Mr and Mr*- W. Harris. October
18 316 DeWitt street, a boy.
TtUw &ood
to SaL.
VEGETABLES.
Tomatoes. and 4to basket.
Obsobb, he puun*. I pounaa (or IS»
*
•woet potatoes. 3L and Mo pock.
Pumpkin yam. peck.
Leltuca 8c and 3 for sc.
ilraan peas. 10c quart
New butler bean, iic quart
Btaokod eyed mm mm. Wo at
Cauliflower, 15c u-und.
•uuaab 30c and Uh: dooan. .<
Cucumbero. hum. aruwn. 25c to Wo dot
Okra, a auan> tor 14c.
Celery. Ito euua. 8 tor Ito.
Green pumpkins, to and IM
Ripe pumpkins. to De
Aaparagua. 18c hunch. 1 for 280.
CJUU pepper*. 8c a doooa.
Hwert peppers. 10c doteu
Roasting earn, 24c a Bumb.
Hotse nsdtoh. 18c pound. Ito botUtu
Garlic. 18c u pound
Mined vegetable bunchit. Io tank,
Kadiabet. 5c g bunea.
Turnips, 8c bunch.
Beets. 8c bunca
Canots, 4c bunch.
Mustard, aroens. Ic bunch.
Spinach. 10c pound.
Aguacatea Bc. < far 25c.
PRUITB
Bananas, l»c and 28c aomu
Oranges, 20c to 40e down
Lemons 80c dosen
Umes. 18c dosen
Peaches. 48c basket.
Apples. 18c to 40c dosen.
P* a. *4c and 50c dozen,
cooking pear* 15c doMn.
Gripes. 2 lbs. 14c. 25c and 50c basket
Sugar cane. 4c Mali:.
Pineapples. 24c and 35c.
Cranberriea 14c quart.
Pecans. 15c and 30e pound.
Cocoanuts. 10c, 8 tor 25c.
Grape fruit, 10c each.
Pomegranates 10c, 3 for 25c.
Figs. 10c pkg.
Watermslons. 10c to 35c.
Japanese nernimnioni. 3 10c. 50e basket
Concord grapes 35c baskit.
Du tea IO«- i>ound
PISH AND OYkTgRB.
Pompan. 40c pound. x
Spanish mackerel. 34c pound
Hod snapper. 14c pound
Fish, mixed. ISHc pound.
Shrimp. 1214 c Bound.
Oysters. 45c to 75c per 100.
MIBOBLUANKOUB.
. Country egga. !Se and 30c doaen.
Yard eggs. 33c and 40c doaen.
Creamery butter. 35c to 40 pound.
Country butter. 20c to 25c pound.
Honey. 14c and !0o pound.
Comb honey. 12>4c pound.
Saur kraut 5c pound.
POULTRY.
Fryers. 350 to 45c.
Broilers. 2»c and 30c.
Hens. 45c to 85c.
COTTON REGION BULLETIN.

SAN ANTONIO. Tex.. Oei. 20-Tcm
neratures for the stations in the Hous
ton district for the 24 hours ending at 8
o’clock this morning. 75th meridian time,
were as follows:
Rain- State of
Max Ml# fall Weather
•Abih'iie 78 02 .«o Clear
Beeville ‘BB 66 .00 Pt. Cid
Brenham 84 62 .00 Foggy
•Brownsville ... 88 68 .00 Clear
Brownwood .... 40 40 .00 Pt. Cid
•Carpus Christi . 80 72 .00 Clear
Corsicana 76 54 .00 Clear
Cuero 90 66 .0$ Cloudy
Dallas 78 48 .00 Cloudy
•Del Rio .. 86 60 .00 Clear
Dublin 74 58 .00 Clear
•Fort Worth ... 70 52 .00 Clear
•Galveston .. ... 70 72 .00 Clear
Greenville 78 52 .00 Clear
Henrietta 68 44 .00 Clear
Houston 82 61 T Fuggy
Huntsville 78 60 .00 Cloudy
Kerrville 76 54 .00 cloudy
laimnasas'.. .. . 82 48 .00 Clear
IxmgvK-w 78 02 .00 Clear
Luling »o 61 .oo , C'lomjy
Mexia 80 64 .00 Foggy
Nacogdoches ... 82 6« .90 Foggy
•Palestine 78 06 .00 Foggy
Paris 78 52 .00 Clear
SAN ANTONIO .80 60 .00 Cloudy
San Marcos .... 80 56 .00 Cloudy
Sherman ...... 74 62 .00 Clear
•Tavlor 80 64 . 00
Temple 78 52 .00 Clear
Waco 76 54 .00 Cloudy
Waxahachie ... SO 48 .00 Clear
Weatherford .. . 74 54 .00 Clear
Wharton 82 82 .00 Clear
•Minimum temperature is for the last
12 hours.
T indicates inappreciable rainfall.
Remarks.
The weather in the belt is generally
fair.
The temperature Is nearly normal.
Excessive rain:
Livingston. Ala . 2.24. Macon. Ga.. 2.98.
Meridian. Miss.. 2.88.
L F. PASSAILAIGUE.
Official in Charge.
♦♦♦
Fall colds are quickly cured by I
Foley’s Honey and Tar. the great
throat and lung remedy. The genuino ,
contains no harmful drugs. Bexar Drug
I
Bexar Drug Co., cut priee druggista; [
get our prices first. The lowest in the I
city.
OUR DAILY PUZZLE
"Where are you going, my pretty maid?’’
"I'm going a-chestnutting, air,” she said.
“May I go with you, my pretty maid?”
’’l prefer the kind on the trees,” she said
Find him.
ANSWER TO YESTERDAY’S FIZZLE.
Left side down, at right arm.
M DAILY PM
NOTICE We do not carry patterns
In stock, but forwent orders Io the
pattern makers, who mall Item dl
red to you t'euallv about 10 days
are required to furnish them.
GIRL’S MILITARY COAT.
Navy blue aerge is the material used
In this’eoat. The collar, tops of cuffs and
pockets are bright red. 'lne buttons are
covered with Sie red and crossed by
bands of black braid, like that used to
trim the coat.
This pattern is cut in three sizes. 4, 6
and 8 years. Size 6 requires 3% yards
af if inch material. Price of pattern 450
is 10 cents.
No. 430.
Maae
Address I
Size
Fill out blank and send to Pattern
Department of this newspaper.
FROM MARY’S
COOK BOOK
Pumpkin—The following recipe will
make two good-sized plcs: Pare, boil ano I
sift uno-quarter medium-sized pumpkin,
three eggs, well beaten, saving the white
of tor frosting, three-quarters cup brown|
sugar, a little nutmeg, one tablespoon of
ginger, a little salt, one and one-half cups
of milk. Mix this well and then add one
tableapoonful of melted butter. Bake the
crust first.
Pumpkin—Pare and stew until very
tender, then preaa through a colander:
One and one-half cup stewed pumpkin,
one cupful of hot milk, one-halt cup of
augur, one-half teaspoon salt, one-quar
ter teaspoon cinnamon, ono egg. one ta-
• blespoon molassM.
1 - -
Mincemeat —Take three pounds of beef
and boll till very tender, then cljop fine
1 and to every pint of beef add two plnle
of chopped apples, one pint of suet chop
ped. two pounds seeded raisins. 2 pounds
ot currants. 10 centa’ worth of citron, a
tableapoonful nt aalt. one pint of molas
aes. two pounds of brown sugar, and i.
tablcspoonful each of cinnamon, allspice
anil cloves. A little brandy can be used
If preferred. Boil all together one hour,
with one gallon of sweet cider. •
Pumpkin—Take two Cupfuls of steamed
pumpkin; after it has been put through ><
colander add a pinch of salt, two well
beaten eggs, one cupful of granulated su
gar. ono teaspoonful of cinnamon, one
half teaspoonful of ginger and half a tea
spoonful of nutmeg. Stir Into this mix- .
turc one pint of good milk, bake in a
one-crust pie. Good hot or cold.
For One Mince Pie—One cup of fine
chopped beef, two eups chopped apple-i
one cup brown sugar, ono eup of bolje I |
cider, one-hslf cup of raisins, one-half ,
teaspoon mixed cinnamon and cloves.
Fish Roe Salad—Let the cubes of roc
stand mixed with salt, paprika, oil and
lemon juice, in a cool nhtco until re”'
to serve. Then drain, add an equal meas
ure of cucumber slices, dross with may
onnaise or French drossing and serve at |
once on lettuce loaves.
Figs Stewed in Claret- Figs also ap
penr In now and Tala bible forms if stew
ed In elaret and sugar The sugar must I
be added tn taste, ami the quantity do- '
ne’i<ls largely on Hie acidity of the elaret
used When the figs are quite tender ami
3 DALLAS FAIIt ROUND TRIPS
| | On Sale Dally (1 fl A A
UmHNov. Isf JIU.QU
On Sale Saturday PI A A
Limit Monday JTiUU
Q TRAINS LEAVE 7:30 A. M. and 7:45 P. M.
Chair Can—Sleeper
Ml NEW BRAUNFaS RETURN SI.M
w Oomi County Fair *
Pheats 425 City OHico, 481 E. HeutM St
the syrup has boiled thick, the mixture
mnv be token front the stove and set tn
the Ice until thoroughly chilled It is
served In tall frappe glasses, topped with
■tiff whipped cresm and makes a von
delicious luncheon sweet.
Oil DrczMng—One and one-half tea
almons mustard, two tablespoons oil. one
tcazuoon salt, one-third cup vinegar dl-
Iptcd. two teaspoons of sugar with cow
water to make one-half cup. Few grains
of cayenne, two eggs slightly beaten. Mix
.Irv It gredtents. add egg and nit gradu
ally. stirring constantly until thoroughly
mixed; add diluted vinegar. Cook over
lioltlng water until mixture thickens,
strain and cool.
No Microbes
In ARTESIAN ICE
Pure, clear M crygtal
and SOLID Ice ia
Artesian Ice.
The Ice YOU ought
to use in your drink
ing water and in your
refriccrator because it
IS PURE.
FULL WEIBNT
PERFECT SERVICE
Call us up Today
Both Phones 22
ARTESIM WE 00.
Sth St. and Ave. B
♦ RAILROAD TIME TABLE ♦
♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦
L B Arrlv*
No. 3—From, the North 4:48 p. m.
No. s—From the Norik «:4S a. m.
No. 7—Local from Hoarao 10:10 a.m.
No. 9—Local from Palestine. .10:40 p. m.
No. 4—From Mexico 1:20 p.m.
No. 12—Local Irom Laredo faud) 0:00 a. m.
Depart
No. 4— For the North 1:25 p.m.
No. 6—For the North 7:4Sp.ZL
No. 8 Local for Palestine.... 7:30 a. m.
No. 10—Express Spee’l fr Hearn 4:00 a.m.
No. 6—For Moxleo 7:00 a.m.
Ne. 11 — Local for Larodo (mixed) 9:00 p.m.
8. A. B E. P. Arrive
go. I—From Hoeston and Coast. 7:20 p.m.
No B—From8 —From Houston and Coat* ” :00 a. m.
life' s—From Coaat Towns 1:35p.m.
I No. 46 —Fron. Kemille (oz. Bun.) 9:40 s. m.
No. 44 —From Kerrville (Son only) 8:00 p.m.
No. 44 —From Kerrville (OS. Sun.) 6:40 p.m.
Depart
।No 2 —For Houston and Coast.. 8:45 a. m
I No’ 4—For Houston and Coast.. 9:10 pm.
No. o—Foi Coaet Towne ...... 3:15p.m.
No. 45—For Kerrville oz. Sun.). 4.30p.m.
No. 43 —For Kerrville (Bun. only) 8:30a.m.
No 43 —For Kerrville (oz. Sun. 1. 7:25 a.m.
O, I. » I. L (Mali) Line).
Arrive.
No 9 — From the East 7:55 a.m.
Xo 2 -From Dallas 10:50 a. ni.
No. 7—From the Bast. ■•■••••• P- ■-
No. 10—rrom KI Paso aad WoM.. 7:50 p.m.
Depart.
No 9—For El Paso and Wort... »:00o.m.
No t For Del Rio m
No. 10 —For Ike East 10:00 p.m.
No B—For the East 11:00 a. m.
G., H. fc 8. A. (Victoria Division).
Arrive.
No 305 —Cuero. Victoria, etc... 7:30p.m.
Houston. Galveston ...11:50 p m
Depart
No 306 —Cuero. Victoria, etc... 8:00 p.ni.
M.. K. 4 T.—Union Station.
Arrives —
No 9—Katy Limited 8:15 p.m.
No. 235—Katy Flyer 7:30 a. m
No. 243 —Alamo Special from
Houston. Galveston ... 6:30a. m
No. 241—Mail and Express .... 3:00 p. m
Departs— _
No. 10—Katy Limited 9:50 a. ni
No. 236—Katy Flyer 9:00 p.m.
No. 244—Mail and Express 7:10 a.m.
No. 212—Alamo Special from
Popular Rates
Dallas
and Return
$10.30
ON SALE DAILY-LIMIT NOV. Ist

121 ALAMO PLAZA
WALTER WALTHALL, P. 4 T. A.
OCTOBER 01, 1W».
Sunset Route
I |"*i
Ro_Dwt_
’ W? Ro Cinders
H
jl On Sale Oct. 24 A 25
1 11C H
8 U Return
On Sale Oct. 30th to Nov. sth
Through Sleeper
to Chicago daily, leaves 11 a. m.
QUICKEST TIME TO
NEW YORK.
City Office, 507 E- Houston St.
$10.30
Dallas and Return
On Sale October 15 to 30th.
Limit October 31.
Two Daily Trains, Thru 81eep«r.
H. T. WILLIAMS, P. J
103 W. Commerce St.
I s 3 ‘ SAP
I Round to
■ Trip
I CORPUS
I CHRISTI
ON SALE OCT. 21st.
LIMIT OCT. 25th.
ACCOUNT
I WATERWAYS
I CONVENTION
ANO VISIT
g PRESIDENT
TAFT
LOW RATBS FROM ALL
g® POINTS ON THE ’’SAP.”
SEE SPRINGALL.
SH ALAMO PLAZA.
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FOR SALE)
Old Papers
APPLY
S. A. Light A GsieHe J
LADIES.
MERCHANTS TRANSFER CO
Incorporated
RECEIVING. FORWARDING.
STORAGE. ETC.
Hauling and placing safe« and machfetofy
a zneclalty. Office and warehouses 61b
-514 Dolurusa street. Both chunks 35*.
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