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REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
IL 8. Dilworth or Oooulea county to
win. Glean of !«**<» county, to J. J.
>ronklln of MH|bM COtMt). lota 4 to 0,
bhnk 13, Dllwortk and Groan Terrace;
•m*.
W. C. and Lula A. Speer to C. A.
Uoelh. truatea tor Meria Serger, lota IS
io IS. Mock 4. new city Mock IH4, to
aocuta llvou. duo in 1 u* 4 yaara. hoar
la* I per cent.
C. J .Gray ot Bexar otualy and M. a.
Kahn of Lavaca county to M. u Oppan
belmev of Boxar county, 10l », being
9 8-5 acroa, part ot Gideon Leu tract;
•Mt.
Jennie Haley to Fallca INugooch. lots
II and 13. block I, old city lot 14, n»w
city Mock SUB on Delgado and dan
Jacinto atreeta; 8444.
Carter F. Bommers to Miko Murphy,
lot K block 8. new city Mock 3554, on
Leopold street. Givens addition, $454.
IL 8. Dilworth ot Gonsales county slid
Wm. Green of Lavaca county to H F.
Otto ot Bexar county, lota 7 and 3, Muck
8. old city lot 37. renga 4, district 1.
Dilworth and Green Terrace; Utes.
Brnest Muonsenborger to 1-oulaa Carl
and Marlon MaeMonoerger, minora, iota
1 to 34. Meek 34. ColumMa Heights ad
dition. lot it. and one-half of lot 14, and
14 feet off of rear end of kHa 11 and IS,
Ci|y block 437. on Wlrka street, also prop
erty In Refugio county; 81.
J. B. Callanan to T. J. and Fuachla
Bertrand, lota S 3 and 34. Mock 3, Ban
Pedro Terrace; 8135.
J. B. Callahan to M. n. wefty. lots 34
•nd 37. block 1, Ban Pedro Terrace; SIM.
The Clifton George company, by Clif
ton George of Bexar county, to C. A-
Lang of lAano county, lota 4 and 4, block
44. Keystone Park; 3300
Trinidad and Ricardo Martines da
Ojeda to Santiago Martines, my undivid
ed interest in and to • acres of Joan
Montes original grant; 3140.
.L F. Price to.Zue Hugo, lota 14 and
14, now city block 1334. on north side
of Went Mistletoe avenue; 872 M.
H. W. Tremlett to Mrs. A. H. Brandes,
lot S 3, block 5. Villa Roea addition; 8404.
Byron Mett Ulen of Bexar county to
•Jooe and Ramon Calunga of Co
mal county. - lot 4. block 43. Keystone
Park; 3174.
E. M. and Ellada Blmmang to C. Ja
cobs. lot 1. block 21. new city block 1455,
East End; 3354.31 clash.
J. A. Clopton to H. F. Cook, property
in town of New Sutherland Springs, Wil
son county: 3144.
J. W. Lindeman to Mrs. C. F. Cook,
lota 3 to 14. new city block 834. on Pecos
and Morales streets; 32404.
Julius Hols to Thomas E. Lyons. D. K.
Furnish. Thomas N. Smith and B. F.
Nicholson, a lot 50 feet on Main avenue
and North Flores street, 60 feet south
ot comer of Rodrigues street snd Mals
avenue, new city 121; 88504.
BIRTH RECORD.
To Mr. and Mrs. Jose Rodrigues. No
vember 11. West Chaves street, a boy.
To Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Stevens. Novem
ber 4. Lititte street, a girl.
To Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Remling, No
vember 7. Blanco boulevard, a girl.
BURIAL PERMITS.
F. F. Rensler. 71 years, died November
11. 215 Daniel street.
Eulogio Gonsales, one month, died No
vember 10, S2O Dolorosa street.
Theo Artzt Orchestra. Both Phonaa
MOVING AND STORAGE—
STORAGE for furniture, pianos, buggiea
Separate stalls. 81.50 per month. Mov
ing. peeking, shipping. L W. Culler. IM
HARRISON MOVING CO.
Storage, peeking, shipping. New phone
800. Residence 107.
PAINTERS ANO DECORTAORS
S -A. ROOFING A FAINT 00. hMM
painters and decorators. Paperhanging
and interior dooorating a specialty. Deal
ers in oils. pF ata and all kinds of felt
roofing. 181 West Military plaza. Old
phene 020, New 8075.
TAILORS—
PANCOAST 4k KOHLER have received
their fall wollens. foreign and domes
tic. and of the choicest. 104 East Com
merce street.
KEY AND LOCKSMITHS—
BOTH PHONES —Bicycles on easy pay
ments; key 'and lock work; lawn mow
ers sharpened. Emerson, the Bicycle
Doctor
HOTELS & RESTAURANTS—
THE HOTEL GSM.
MRS. B. VIVIAN. ’’Foprietress, 803
North Presa street, 100 feet south of the
Alamo National bank. New building, fur
niture and moderr in every respect
Transients solicited. New Phono 2835.
CENTRAL Restaurant. 226 Dolorosa St.
Opposite Southern hotel, asks your pat
ronage. Best meals In city for 25c. v
SEED & POULTRY SUPPLIES
FERD gTAFFEt, 319 East Commerce.
Hay and grain, garden and field seed,
poultry supplies, incubators and broodera
OUR DAILY PUZZLE
Can you vead this sign?
ANSWER TO TESTERDAY’S PVXXLF
t—er left earner down, none nt right hand
FRIDAY,
GENERAL WEATHER REPORT
HAN ANTONIO. Tea.. Nov. 11 -Tern
pcraturea and rainfall for lip stations
named below tor the 34 iioura ending at
• o’clock this morning.
R&|n*
Min. Max. tails
Abilene. Tex. . 43 78 .40
Amarillo. Tex 44 43 .44
Atlanta. Ga 48 M .44
Bismarck. N. D 14 34 .18
Boston, Mara 54 44 .44
assr*!t U S :g
clurkrtu.' B is
Chicago. IIL ♦« 78 .18
Cincinnati. O 54 74 .04
Corpus Chrisll. Tex 74 M .04
Davennort. lowa 88 44 .14
Dol Rio. Tox 44 73 t. 04
Denver. Colo. 33 54 .13
8 £ :8
Fort Worth. Tex 44 34 .41
Galveston, fox. 73 78 .04
.Havre. Mont 14 38 .38
Houston. Tex. 44 40 .33
Huron. 8. D.. 7 18 44 .44
JackaonvlUe. Fla. 44 43 .W
Kansas City. Mo 43 7S .42
Key West, Fla 74 73 .44
Knuxvlle. Tenn. 44 48 x .44
Lander. Wyo 21 42 .40
LitUo Rock. Ark. 04 70 -44
Loe Angdea Cal 43 00 .13
Marquette. Mich 40 08 .30
Memphis. Tenn 00 70 .00
Mllea City. Mont 24 30 .43
Mobile. Ale 58 73 .M
Modena. Utah 80 38 .43
Montgomery. Ala. 53 70 .00
Naahville. Tenn. 54 73 *O4
New Orleans, La <3 78 .04
New York. N. Y 14 44 .44
North Platte. Nebr 34 54 .44
Oklalioma City. 0k1a.... M 78 .78
Omaha. Nabr 30 54 T
Paleatine. Tex 48 84 .08
Pittsburg. Pa 54- 74 .44
Portland. Ore 3g 44 .04
Rapid City, ND 23 43 .41
BL Louie, Mo 52 73 1.82
St. Paul. Minn 32 44 .01
Salt Lake City. Utah.... 38 44 .04
SAN ANTONIO, Tex.... 08 82 .02
San Francisco, Cal 53 40 .00
Spokane. Wash 26 44 .00
Taylor. Tex. 00 84 .01
Vicksburg. Mise 48 00 .04
Washington. D. C 40 44 .00
Wilmington. N. C 00 70 .04
Winnemucca. Nev 20 '32 .22
Winnipeg. Man 14 30 .48
MlnlmiX tempamturs is for the last 18
hours.
T indicates Inappreciable rainfall.
ALLEN BUELL.
Local Forecaster.
CITY ADVERTISING
Prohibiting the erection or establish
ment within ive hundred yards of •
public park, ehureh, school, other ia
stitution of learning, or orphan asylum,
of any building, house, home or institu
tion, for the rescue, cure or reforma
tion of vagrants, and providing penal
ties for the violatioa thereof-
BE IT ORDAINED BY THB CITY
COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF BAN
ANTONIO:
Section 1: It shall be unlawful for
any person, firm, corporation or associa
tion of persons x to ereet or establish
within five hundred yards of a publie
park, church, school, other institutioa
of learning, or orphan asylum, situated
within the city limits, any building,
home or institution for the rescue, euro
or reformation of persona denounced as
vagrants under An Aet of the Legisla
ture of the State of Texas approved
March 17 th, 1909.
Section 2: Any perton, firm, corpora
tion or association of persons who may
violate the provisions of this ordinance
shall be deemed guilty of an offense
and upon conviction thereof shall be
fined not less than twenty-five dollars
nor more than two hundred dollars for
each offense, and every day that such
violation continues shall be deemed a
separate offense.
PASSED AND APPROVED, thia
20th day of October, A. D., 1909.
BRYAN CALLAGHAN, Mayor.
Attest: FRED FRIES, City Clerk.
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS.
San Antonio, Tex., Sept. 29, 1909.
Notice is hereby given that the board
of equalization will convene in the City
Assessor’s Office, Room No. 18, City
Hall, on the first day of November,
1909, to pass upon all appeals from the
decision of the City Assessor, and pass
upon sll assessments made by the As
sessor (rendered as well as unrendered)
of property for fiscal year ending May
31st, 1910. The board will remain in
session daily (Sundays and holidays
excepted) and conclude its labors with
in 60 days. Neither the City Council
nor the Assessment Committee will con
sider petitions concerning assessments
after the board has adjourned.
BRYAN CALLAGHAN, Mayor.
Attest: FRED FRIES. City Clerk.
What would YOU do if you had a
million dollars?. Many San Antonians
tell in next Sunday’s Light and Gazelte
what THEY would do.
AN ORDINANCE
Mayor’s Office.
SAN ANTONIO LIGHT AND GAZETTE
FOR SALE-rREAL ESTATE. FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE. | FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE.'
he Wharton Co.
Farms, City Property,* Farms
The Alameda Gardens
• J
Call at Our Office. 306-342 Moore Bldg,
ou Phon. 2334 ' San Antonio
LEGAL NOTICES-
NOTICE
Th* partnership heretofore existing
between J. A. Clopton and H. F. Cook,
under the firm name of J. A. Clopton
Realty Co., la by mutual agreement dis
solvod, H. F. Cook retiring, and the busi
ness being continued by J. A. Clopton,
wbo assumes all liabilities of the firm,
and collects all notes and accounts duo
the firm.
J. A. CLOPTON.
H. F. COOK.
Referring to the above notice, I desire
to say that in my office will bo found
the most complete list of properties of
fered for sale at the right prices that
can bo found in the state. Hero you will
find that honest and fair dealing are ac
corded both purchaser and seller. Cour
teous treatment to all callers. Mako my
office your homo while In the city.
Prompt and careful attention given all
matters intrusted to me.
J. A. CLOPTOM.
103 West Houston Street
NOTICB.
The partnership heretofore existing be
tween J. A. Clopton and H. A. Speer has
been succeeded by H. A. Speer end H. F.
Cook. J. A. Clopton retiree from the firm
end his place is taken by H. F. Cook.
The new firm of Speer and Cook assume
all liabilities of the old firm of Clopton
and Speer and collect all notes and ac
counts of the old firm of Clopton and
Speer.
J. -A. CLOPTON.
H. A. SPEER
H. F. COOK.
BANKRUPT STOCK OF GROCERIES
FOR SALE
At 10 o'clock. November 11, at 334 San
Pedro avenue. I will sell at public auc
tion all the groceries, wares, fixtures,
etc., belonging to the estate of A.
Schatskey A Co., bankrupts. Prospective
bidders mav examine stock on applica
tion. Forrest Campbell, trustee. Both
phones 445.
ANNOUNCEMENT.
The undexsigned announce that they
have formed a partnership for the gen
eral practice of law. under the firm name
of Matlock. Bell A Lipscomb, with offices
in the Gibbs Building. Rooms 513-514-
515-514 Telephones: New 1244. Old 1344.
A. L. MATLOCK. ,
, A. J. BELT* , '
JOEL A. UPSCOAp.
The man who had been shot by the
hunter opened his eyes. “Forgive me,’’
said the person with the gun. “Not
yet,’’ replied the sufferer, “but if you
can prove to the jury that I look like a
squirrel I’ll thilk about it.”—Phila
delphia Ledger.
No Microbes
In ARTESIAN ICE
Pure, clear ag crystal
and SOLrD Ice is
Artesian Ice.
The Ice YOU ought
to use in your drink
ing water and in your
refrigerator because it
IS PURE.
FULL WEIBHT
PERFECT SERVICE
Call us up Today
Both Phones 22
ARTESIAN KE OR.
Bth St. and Ave. B
TORUEnCONPANV
Agontg Germania Flm In* 0* at NW
Yerk. Wa i«yNBMt leadiag •oaßgaaisa
M ths vmM, sssM wsr SWjNM*
Ottlw saraer Navarro 8 Ctesekett St*
OARNERIE LIRRARY
•pea ffpn 9 t« 9JI p. a.
DONATIONS or BOOKS '
APPRECIATED
all PRIVILEGES FREE
wm* Tents, Awnlnta,
Cam P |n 0 Outfits
umuEieikr.aisAiii,
MERCHANTS TRANSFER CO
Incorporated.
receiving, forwarding.
STORAGB. ETC.
Hauling and placing safes and machinery
a specialty. Office and warehouses 514-
r. 14 Dolorosa street. Both nhones 358.
LADIES.
FRENCH PLACE
Klegaat absolutely new 9-room 2-Story solid brick house,
Mrietly modem, fine eleetrie fixtures, interior finish the very
best, commodious front and east galleries. Good 2-story barn with
servant 's quarters, large lot, with graveled drive. Exclusive n/igh
borhood. Price, 812,000.
W. D. STSBS, Owner.
New Phone 2570. 427 Nnvarro Street. Old Phone 5«2.
BEEVILLE
That's the Ora.nge Country
W THE GROWING OF ORANGES and lemon, In.the Beeville section to
not n dream, nor to it an experiment. Citrus fruit growers should
investigate. The soil is especially adapted to this Une of horticulture.
I’ltius fruit, have been raised successfully In the Beeville section bv
Individuals for a quarter of a century- For several years orange,,
lenmns and grapefruit have been raised for market and proven a com
mercial success. We can prove th), by actual demonstration. We can
show you the fruit, we can show you the tree, the fruit grew on. and
can show you fruit on the trees. Any one interested in citrus fruit
growing who will visit the Beeville exhibit in Agricultural Hall at the
Fall will have any and all doubts dispelled. It to worth seeing, even If
you are not interested In citrus fruits. Beeville to nearly 2000 mllea
••loser to the markets than California; .Beeville Is ’leas than 64 miles
from Aransas Pass, the great harbor of tlw Gulf, and that solve, tho
problem of cheap rates. Let us tell you about the Beeville country.
WE OWN AND CONTROL THE CREAM of the available citrus
fruit land in the Beeville section, and It to on the market at reasonable
prices. We are not going to sell It all and will make special price, 4
on this acreage to actual planters. The Beeville section ha, this other
advantage over other sections. While you are waiting for your tree, to
become of bearing age you can plant truck between the tree, and real
ise a profit of from 8100 to 8200 per acre. You can pay for your land
and the improvements and pay your living expense, off of the truck
you raise ASK US ABOUT BEEVILLE. SEE THE EXHIBITS AT
THE FAIR. Si
J A. CLOPTON
143 WEST HOUSTON STREET—NBXT TO THE BRIDGE.
FOR SALE
380 acres 15 miles from San AntoiAo. fenced; 55 acres in cultiva
tion. new painted and celled house, good barn, corrals,
smoke house, well, three everlasting tanks; 85 per cent black mesquite
land, tillable. Cheap at 320 an acre.
230 acres 16 miles from San Antonio, two good houses, one five
rooms, the other two rooms, large two-story barn, fine well of water
and 100 acres In cultivation, all the balance but five acres could be
put In cultivation; no Johnson grass; adjoining tract, sell at 835.
This to a snap at 837,54; just consider the improvements!
273 acres three miles of city limits or. macadam road. 100 acres In
cultivation, two good houses, large barn and good well; 370 an acre.
2600 acres In Kendall County, fenced, eight-room Ihouse. painted
and celled plenty of water and a good field, four miles from the rail
road. a quarter of a mile from the proposed Fredericksburg railroad.
Bargain. 85.50 an acre.
11.000-acre well Improved ranch with plenty of water and a good
per cent tillable, fine curly mesquite grass; on the divide near Kerr
ville Price 34.50 an acre.
27.000 acres in Kinney County, eight miles from the railroad;
fenced, water, mesquite grass and most of the land tillable. Price
83.25 an acre.
See me for colonisation propositions, as I have some of the best but
am not permitted to advertise.
Eighty acres two miles of city limits, 55 acre, In cultivation, go.id
barn, house, well, on a running creek, fine pecan grove on the place.
Price 3100 an acre.
1700 acres five miles of the city limits on two macadam roads.
1000 acre, tillable and plenty of good water. Cheapest large tract near
San Antonio at 740 an acre. This tract Is the best speculation in town,
as small tracts tn the neighborhood are held at twice this price and
some have been sold recently.
4200 acre. In Bandera County, under eight-wire fence, plenty
water and enough c-edar on the place to pay for It; 81.85 an acre
5000 acres near Jourdantown on line of the new railroad. 85 to
per cent tillable, black sandy mesquite loam, supposed to be in the a>-
tesian belt. Listed for a few days at only 810 an acre. This land to
fenced and has plenty of water.
Eight-room house en Main Avenue. Laurel Heights district on
large corner lot. 36500. 3«0O down and balance like rent. 8 per cent in
terMt GANAHL WALKER,
Old Phone 1387. 228 West Commerce Street.
CHEAP ACREAGE
332.60 AN ACRE. CLOSE IN.
225 acres fine black mesquite liog wal
low land. 10 miles from City Hall; near
Castroville Road. Easy terms.
827.50 AN ACRE. CLOSER IN.
180 acres fine black mesquite, one-quar
ter mile from Castroville Road. Good
terms.
ROBARDS & PATTERSON.
Washer Bldg. Old Phone 426. New 421.
LAUREL HEIGHTS
Splendid new 8 room 2-story colonial
south-front home, strictly modern, in
terior finish very artistic, 2 fireplaces,
elegant electric fixtures, very best
neighborhood, lot 75x135, 2-story barn
with servants’ quarters. Price $7500.
W. D. SYERS CO., Exc. Agts.,
O. P. 562. 427 Navarro. N. P. 2570.
MAVERICK GROVE
A modern 6-room cottage, river lot, ce
ment walks, beautiful shade and lawn.
Has been held at J4OOO. We are author
ized to sell at 73500 if we can sell quick.
WATKINS & TRACY.
219 E. Houston St.
Old Phone 538. New Phone 943.
SEE CALLAHAN-KIRBY CO.
310 Gibbs Building.
Old Phone 999. New Phone 429.
If ymuwapt to buy, sell or rent real
estate.
Bexar Drug Co., eut price druggists;
get ottr prices first. The lowest in the
eity.
LMIREL HEIGHTS LOTS
2 lots on Mulberry avenue, high and
close to car line, 50x125 feet to alley.
Price, $6OOO each.
4 lots of Agarita avenue, high and
near 6ar line; sewer, gas and water;
50x125 to alley. Price $650 each.
2 lots Magnolia avenue, on car line,
facing fine street, water aud sewer.
Price, $9OO each.
2 lots on Craig street, south front, one
block from car line; water and sewer
and gas. Price, $9OO each.
8 lots on avenue, south front,
water and in sewer improvement dis
trict, 50x125 feet to alley. Price, $6OO
each.
W. D. BYEBB, Owner.
O. < P. 562. 427 Navarro. N. P. 2570.
SPECIAL
WANTED TO BUY
Theebest cottage that $3OOO can pur
ehase, five-room modern, iu a good
neighborhood. I mean business if you
have the goods.
P. O. BOX 223.
$500.00 CASH
balance monthly, will buy a new 7
roolpi, 2 story house on ear line, gas, I
sewer, electric lights and fireplace, ce-1
went walks and stable. Price, $3600.
W. D. SYERS, Owner,
427 Navarro St.
Old Phone 562. New Phone 2570,
WATER SOIL CLIMATE TRANSPORTATION
CROSS S RANCH
HAS IT ALL
THE MOST WATER THE BEST SOIL
THE FINEST CLIMATE ON EARTH
A W-Acre Farm Tract on the Cross S Ranch
will make you an Independent Living—A 40-
Acre Tract will Make You Rich.
On the Cross S Ranch you can raise from two to ten crops
each year. Why buy land where one crop is a chance? On
Cross S Ranch you have water, water, water, more than enough
for every purpose. You must have water if you farm suc
cessfully. Why buy land where you are compelled to depend
upon the whims of nature? The truck crops raised on the
Cross S Ranch are now profitable because you gather and ship
them when snow and ice covers the North and East—when
vegetables are indeed a luxury, and for which luxury prices
aro paid. It is hard on the consumer, but goo! for the Cross
S farmer. It is 1800 miles nearer to the markets from the
Cross S Ranch than from California, and you gather your crop
three weeks sooner. A big margin in time and a top price for
your proiluce. The farmers of the Central States talk big
about $4O and $5O crops; on Cross S Ranch $lOO and $2OO
crops are the rule. Investigate Cross S Ranch Earm lands.
Any Size Tracts {
Sold on Easy
Monthly Payments
‘ The products of the Crdes S Ranch country consist of any
thing that grows in h temperate or semi-tropic climate. A cg
etables of every kind —cabbage, lettuce, celery, Irish potatoes,
radishes, sweet potatoes, tomatoes, corn, cotton, alfalfa, sor
ghum. sugar cane and many other paying crops. We will send
vou a booklet giving you full and complete in format ion. A\e
will send you reports from land and soil experts —men of repu
tation. We will give you any information about Cross S
Ranch that you want. Drop us it postal or call at the office
while you are in the city.
E. J. Buckingham
802 GIBBS BUILDING
SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS
NOVEMBER 12, poo.

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