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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Willacy County News — 7 December 1933

© © $ es O o © ' o o o o 8 o © GROWING TOWNS *N willacy county include. «aymondville, the county SEAT. lyford, sebastian, san perlita and lasara. WILLACY COUNTY the agricultural DISTRICT of the rio grande valley. three crops can easily BE raised in this fertile soil. VOL. 1« WILLACY COUNTY NEWS. RAYMONDV1LLE. TEXAS. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 7. 1933. No. 4 12-MILE DRAINAGE SYSTEM WILL RELIEVE SECTION OF FARMING AREA Lateral Ditches Will Give Employment To Many Men; Work Is To Start Monday A contract has been awarded to the Valley dredging company for three draglines to be used in the construc- tion of a 12-miJe ditch which will be run from Raymondville to a section east of San Perlita. Several places being surveyed as to where the most suitable location will be for draining this water following the construction of the master ditch. One of these places in a slough in the King ranch close to where the bridge is located on the Red Fish bay road and anothei is a large lagoon in the ranch. This...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Willacy County News — 7 December 1933

o o O© Oo S3 000 00 C«3 CC3 CSS 0 G 00 6 65 0 o e o o THL'RSDAY. DECEMBER 7. itsa. WILLACY COUNTY NEWS D. BUBTON RAPP every Thursday at Raymondville (County Seat) Willacy Co., Texas, a aeeood claaa matter, January 27. 1922, in the Poat Office al Raymondvitle, Texas under the Postal Act of March 3, 1878. mm Taw SUBSCRIPTION RATES gs ADVERTISING RATES Lent laadin 10 cents per line. Black face readers 20 cents per line. rates: 1 cent a word, each insertion. No classified advertisement " * for lee than 25 cents. Display rates made known upon application. meous reflection upon the character or standing of any person or concern appearing in thaae columns will be readily and willingly upon its being brought to the attention of the publisher. this paper is a member of the rumor IS DENIED Recently reports have been circulated in some circles that two prominent men, namely Chas. R. Johnson and H. D. Campbell, had "sold out" while in Austin in an at- tempt to secure the right-of-way for the no...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Willacy County News — 7 December 1933

■ESES' WILLACY COUNTY NEWS, J^YMONDVILLE. TEXAS. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7. 1933. FACTS By LESLIE A. BOONE Tomorrow Holds in its Hands All that You Will Ever Know or Have 1 =f PLANET MOTION PARLANCE DESTRUCTION This thing and that we call motion, may prove to be the first and most important word of designation in all the languages of the world. All thingB of the earth are positively dependent upon some form of motion. As soon as it ceases, all evidence of life ceases and that in which motion formerly resided begins to disintegrate. In the common parliance of the word and our more generally accepted understanding, we adop.t the beliel that motion breaks up or destroys. In the sense of contrary motive action this is true. For any motion that it> destructive is always contrary or di- verted motion. A lead bullet traveling from the muzzle of a gun may strike an object and destroy it. This is cer- tainly destructive action. And a thinking person be accredited with •aying that the lead proj...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Willacy County News — 7 December 1933

o o o 0 0 0 ® o WILLACY COUNTY NEWS, RAYMONDVILLE, TEXAS, THfRSDAY. DECEMBER 7. 1933. JMRTHDAY PARTY Mrs. H. D. Campbell entertained at # birthday Christmas party for her ¿•lighter Jean Friday honoring her fifth birthday. Several delightful games were en- joyed. A beautiful electric lighted Christ AMs tree held the favors for the chil- dren. Jodell Keepers and Cantley Ben- p/tck won the prizes for pinning fsnta's pack on his back. WE BUILD— Homes, Repair Store Fronts, Buildings, etc. Woodwork our Specialty Eaymondville Planing: Mill FRED A. KOERLIN A HOLIDAY SUGGESTION How conld you select a more valuable gift than a neatly fitting pair of glasses? We are prepared to take care of your needs at unusually at- tractive prices. Dr. W. D. McGraw Registered Optometrist Office over Chevrolet Motor Company Raymondville, Texas TUESDAY BREAKFAST BRIDGE CLUB The Tuesday breakfast bridge club played at the home of Mrs. E. L. Bull. Guests of the club were Mr . W. H. Bostick and Mrs. Geo. Braden ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Willacy County News — 7 December 1933

® © o o ■ <s> WILLACY COUNTS NEWS. RAYMONPV1LLE. TEXAS. THURSDAY DECEMBKK 7. 1933. ® © <§ Folks, we believe we are safe in saying that this Christmas will be one that every body will enjoy. We are all happy to knowthat this year has marked a great stride i n progress. Yes we all feel now that THERE REALLY IS A SANTA CLAUS. Useful things will be more appropriate this year too. And for the benefit of Ghri stmas Shoppers, we have made a special ef-fort to select such merchandise suitable fo r every member of the family at prices far below normal in order that we may do our part in making this Christus an enjoyable one. Our store is jammed full of gifts that offer suggestions to any shopper and we sin cerely urge you to DO YOUR SHOPPING EARLY while our stocks are complete. ma Our store is filled with useful and practical gifts for Christmas Shoppers. All prices cash only. a* men:s * SUEDE SHIRTS WHIPCORD RIDING BREECHES $2.49 BLEACHED SHEETING 35c BED SPREADS 79c PERFECTION PRI...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Willacy County News — 7 December 1933

o <p © e® @ I I I I' * |J . .. .. „ .. uuuuuuuUUUUUMMUHUUMtáMMM uuuUUUMUMMHyMMM|lltMMi| T Bearcat News 1 m--M*####<w##4HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHI-MHHHHHMHHHHMt«*##*#« ■■«■WW --- "--- Q WILLACY COUNTY NEWS. RAYMONDVILLE. TEXAS. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 7, 193 . ® STAFF ■ditor-in-Chief ... Associate Editor Sports Editor Merble Parr Helen Scott ... Austin Seesera Rebelcah Lindshl Violet Meek . Gail Hedrick Dorothy Little Personal Editor Club Editor Senior Reporter Junior Reporter -—* --v. Sophomore Reporter Helen Lee Hecht Freshman Reporter Vivian Turns Grammar School Reporters—Pauline Post, Dorothy Nell Parr, Olga Shearin, Margaret Ellen Corbett. Sponsor - — - - Miss Hamilton «BARKATS TAKE DEFEAT IN LAST GAME OF SEASON The Bearkats were defeated by the Stata Rosa team last Wednesday, jlrrember 29, by a score of 25-6. This W the second game with Santa Rosa mi also the last game of the season. Weaver, Coleman, Fambrough and a played a nice game for the cats. Shimak and th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Willacy County News — 7 December 1933

<s> ® o ® ® © ® © ® & -m. ? LYFORD 2 I t Ml-#*#** *• *«*** ***#* Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Merridan and ton, Arvon «turned Sunday from Altftln, where they were guests Tluiliksgivinu at the home of their daughter and sjn-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Pred Plum. Mr. Robert Ray and son Elton were business visiters in Dallas the first of the week. Mr. and Mis. Paul Grout and two children, and Rev. Solterio were din- ner guests Thanksgiving at the home of Mrs. Chapman and Miss Martha Haun, in Raymondville in the after- noon, the party were business callers in McAlIen. Miss Lillian Sorenson from the Valley Baptist hospital in Harlingcn enjoyed Thanksgiving dinner Thurs- day with her parents Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Sorenson.. A baby gill put in her appearance at the home c f Mr. and Mrs. Herman Thompson early Friday morning. Twelve ladies met at the home of Mrs. Frank Peppin Friday for an all day quilting. At the noon hour a cov- ered diBh luncheon was served. A Thanksgiving program was pre- sented We...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Willacy County News — 7 December 1933

I I i* I V I I I • WILLACY COUNTY NJBW8. KAYM0NDV1LLB. JTKXAB THI'KHDA Y. DECEMBER 7. M.1.1 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING • i • • Big Resulta for Small Expenditure PUBLIC SALE t ffyfiwwiay of each week at the Com nanity Sale Yard, between Pharr and 8an Juan. The live stock and poultry Mite in the forenoon beginning at 10 a. m. Furniture and miscellaneous •ale starts at 1 o'clock, continues through the afternoon followed with farm emplements late ia the evening. A flirt sale at a real yard. Bring us irha£jyou have to sell. Dr. Elliott, Fartfiaster; Col. James A. Haggard, Metfcneer; Jerry Stugard, Clerk. Pharr. Texas. FOR SALE 50.000 Feet t Sound Used Lumber SALVAGED FROM ARANSAS COMPRESS 2x4—2x6—2x8—2x10—2x12 Also—Heart Timbers 3x6 to 6x10 Priced low for Quick Sale. Sills—Joists—Framing $2.00 to $3.00 per 100 Feet 20 cords 5-ft. mesquite wood Priced low. J. D. KERR—At ARANSAS COMPRESS r— P. O. Box 485 RAYMONDVILLE, TEX. AUCTION SALE Every Tuesday, 10 a. m. The Valley's finest Auction Yard. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Willacy County News — 14 December 1933

© 0 a® © © © © growing towns «N WILLACY COUNTY INCLUDE, RAYMONDVILLE, THE COUNTY SCAT. LYFORD. SEBASTIAN. SAN PBRLITA AND LASARA. VOL. If cy county THE AGRICULTURAL DISTRICT OF/THE RIO GRANDE VALLEY. THREE CROPS CAN EASILY BE RAISED IN THIS FERTILE SOIL. WILLACY COUNTY NEW8. RAYMONDVILLE. TEXAS. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 14. 1933. 1 ■& 75,000 ACRES LAND WILL BE SERVED ALLOTMENT TO SERVE 36,740 ACRES OF LAND IN WILLACY COUNTY LOAN 4,000 Men Will Be Employed on the Largest Irrigation System In the State of Texas Raymondville citizens were jubilant Saturday over the announcement of a non-federal allotment of $4,853,000 to the Willacy County Water Control and Improvement Dis- trict No. 1 for the completion of this project which was started in 1928 and a large portion of it completed includ- ing the filling of the reservoirs near the Delta Orchards club house. The allotment is to be used in the completion of an irrigation system to serve 86,740 acres in Willacy coun- ty and 88,000 acres in ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Willacy County News — 14 December 1933

OC O oO U C39 OO G2J COCKOU® © ®* 5*23 KSO O O O €9 3 ® : Wi *, •'-- úml FÍ'Í: * ?VS*S "I m M © © © © 99 liTMnunrill TMA8. mi'RSDAY. DECEMBER 11. WILLACY COUNTY NEWS D. BURTON RAPP •vary Thursday at Raymondville (County Scat) Willacy Co., Texas, as aeeond clans matter, January 27,1922, in the Post Office •É Raymond Tille, Texas under the Postal Act of March 8, 1878. Tear Months SUBSCRIPTION RATES $2.00 11.25 ADVERTISING RATES Local readers 10 cents per line. Black fsce readers 20 cents per line. _ rates: 1 cent a word, each insertion. No classified sdvertisement for less than 25 cents. Display rates made known upon application. erroneous reflection upon the character or standing of any person or jess concern appearing in these columns will be readily and willingly " upon its being brought to the attention of the publisher. THIS PAPER IS A MEMBER OF THE WHAT THE IRRIGATION WILL MEAN Little can be realized off-hand what the irrigation ap- propriation of $4,853,000 will mean to Willacy...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Willacy County News — 14 December 1933

• 969 CO CSOGOG^OíSOO Q • ® ■ OS O 00 ecso SC3I8 C9 CZZKÍS39 99 * « O# • 390 ffO 0 55 O O0900 C C 00 0*0 9 0 O 0© « © o 0 00 © ... o o @ WILLACTMCOUNTY NEWS. RAYMONDVILLE. fEXAS. THURSDAY. DECEMBER II. M33. HSIIIICI STARTED 1928 Project Will Water Fertile j Willacy County Lands (Editor's Note: Irrigation in Will- acy county dates back as far as 1913 when the old union irrigation system w s formed to water 100,000 acres. It was a stormy path and met with many obstacles and due to this was never developed to any satisfactory results. It caused a heavy burden on a number of people and when the matter of irrigation was opened in 1028 by W. A. Harding it brought a storm of protest from those who had been burdened by it. However, it was proposed to take over the old Union irrigation system and leave out the ' lands around Lyford, Sebastian and the Turner tract which had been in- cluded in the old system. This met with ready approval of land owners in these communities who had suffer- ed t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Willacy County News — 14 December 1933

• • • «• t o *ee © O0O O o *e ss o © o o 6 SO « Meo O • © O e O $ WILLACY COUNTY NEWS. RAYMOXPVILLE. TEXAS. THIRSDAY. DECEMBER. SEBASTIAN Dm Cro Platen Club met with Mrs. ffcrvflla Daniels Wednesday afternoon Betifwhmente of cake and lee cream mmn served to Misses Belle and Grace WSttams. MUdred McGlothen, Lillian Md Berta Mae Woods, Edna Smith, <3m Ballard and Florence Ortebald. 4t was voted to meet every two weeks fart sail of every week. Miss Lillian Woods will be next hostess December iba SO. P. W. Oakes accompanied by Mr. aod Mrs. Earnest Oakes and small ton were business visitors in Harlin- 'fit and San Benito Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Goodman spent the week end in San Antonio. Sammy Bourne of Santa Rosa spent Friday here with his cousins Beatrice Ama and Buddy Bourne. Kfrmann Watson of San Benito 4ffDt the week end here with friends Mn, Lois Wilson who is-attending Ike Junior college in Brownsville, apant the week end here with rela- •IWi# Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Wilson had as tf...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Willacy County News — 14 December 1933

meo o O ESSE WILLACY COUNTY NKWS, RAYMONDVILLE, TEXAS, THURSDAY. DECEMBER 14. 1938. POLITICAL VIEWS By FRED HOLMES Washington Correspondent •( TIm Willacy County New« When some outstanding men of character and reputation chooses to make public his apparently sincere opinions with respect to what has coma to be known as the Roosevelt Crram, be he Democrat or Repub- n, be those • pinions favorable or unfavorable to that program, he is entitled to and from all except the Raymondville ELECTRIC SHOESHOP Abraham Rios, Prop. Best equipped shoe repair shop in town Other SUet in Proportion DEALER'S Phone NAME Address GOOD; YEAR PATHFINDER Siipert\i i^t (.(>' ■ I TIRES # Better tires than the highest priced tires of many other makes — a value you get because Goodyear builds the most tires—by millions. Lifetime Guaranteed 4.40-21 4.50-30 4.75-19 $£55 $000 $£70 5.5,-1, $74$ $310 $940 hard-boiled generally does receive re- spectful attention and hia remarks do and should receive serious consi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Willacy County News — 14 December 1933

i LOCAL NEWS TW Howard Mr . # m fi ■ I Mortuary, modern personal 71, Raymondville. F. L. Millard, Mrs. Joe jn, Mrs. Warren Millard, Mrs. Woods and Mrs. G. Millard of I1L. spent Monday afternoon Albert Wiley in Edcouch. WANTED — Fryers at not over 2 l/i As. Mrs. J. W. Lawrence returned to Jbar heme in Edinburg Tuesday after • visit with her daughter Mrs. A. T. Jtorper. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Thompson, Mr. Mrs. Lonnie Woods and daughter " i Lee, Mr. and Mrs. Warren and daughter Joy Lee and and Mrs. F. L. Millard accom- HOLLYWOOD SMART SHOP in the Heart of Harlinger Ideas for qijfaf FOR MI LADY Anil the disappointment of late jhsfffav . . . select your «rifts now «MM selections are complete ... a Mdl desposit will hold your gift un- til Q>ristmas Eve. "High Ho" California Cor- duroy 2-Pc. Lounging PAJ AMA SUITS 14" • * • PURSES $195 TO $4.95 yWILLACY COUNTY NEWS. KAYMOXPV1LLE. TEXAS. THURSgA^ e DECEMBER 14. IMS. their guests Mr. and Mrs. G. illard of Quincy, 111., to Port Isa- bel Sunday ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Willacy County News — 14 December 1933

o © & © o. © o © <*> © 4. M M M M KitMitM MMMMMMimii u u u u .. Hi wWWWwwww w™WWw w wWirlHUHHHUJil | WEEKLY GOSSIP ' Raymond S. Mauk, state fire in- surance commissioner, has sounded a warning of the danger of fireB dur- ing the Christmas holidays. His state- ment released tcday reads as follows: "It is not intended to suggest that the Christmas celebration be trans- formed into a safety campaign. How- ever, the suggestions that are made here for preventing fires are simple and sensible and there is no good rea- son why they should not be adopted. The pleasure of the holiday season should not be marred by easily avoid- able fires. "When setting up Christmas tree it should be placed at a safe distance from any stove, fireplace, or other heating device. . "Candles have long been associated with Christmas celebrations, but they are altogether too dangerous to be used as tree decorations, or for win- dow displays on Christmas Eve, no matter what precautions may be tak- en. For...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Willacy County News — 14 December 1933

ó> CO O & WTLLACT COUNTY NKW& RAVMONPVILLR. TEXAS. THI RSDAY. DECEMBER II, & ****#♦* STAFF AsMcinte Editor Editor — Editor - Editor Lindahl Iwmiar Re •iphpnor ftoalmnii Reporter r* Reporter School Her hie PUT Helen Scott Austin Rehekah Violet Meek Gai] Hedrick Dorothy Little Helen Lee Hecht Vivien Tame Post, Dorothy Nell Parr, Olga Shearin, Margaret Ellen Corhett. Miss Hamilton ftATMONDVnXE IS MEMBER OF GIRL'S BASKETBALL LEA. J%9 firi'* basket bell team has been for several weeks and is a great deal of premise. The m are working hard and are eager ¿0 begin their schedule. Mrs. Fred «y the coach, and Pearl W abler, Sh, sl^-iH! a muitii* in La last Wednesday where they be- w ^ ^ Girl's Valley . This is the first is tomr years that Raymondville in the leagae. for the at the —titmg. Raymond- HOME ECONOMICS CLUB DISCUSSES CHRISTMAS PLANS The borne economic* club met Wed- nesday. December 6. to discuss their Christmas project. They are going to give baskets containing food,...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Willacy County News — 14 December 1933

© a © ® 0 eSo 0 9s sscse © oe o © 0 * 0 WILLACY COUNTY^NEWS. RAYMONPV1LLE. TEXAS. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14. 1938. — — -MMM MMMM W^^wWwWwWWwwWWWWwwWWw !ON TEXASFARMSI | By W. H. DARROW i Extension Service Editor Cotton and corn crops grew this season where there were ditches two !reare ago on the farm of Dave Link n Milam county. He terraced 75 ac- res at that time and the county agent is helping him terrace more this fall. ♦ * * A. three-year average of 25 bushels of wheat per acre due to sowing state certified turkey red wheat is the re- cord of Dietz Brothers in Runnels county. The county average has been 18 bushels per acre, the county agent states. • • • After selling 1,986 fryers this sea- son, Everett Dickard of Faiiview 4-H club in Harrison county has complet- ed a new poultry house which he hopes will make it possib)e for him to sell 100 fryers per week next year. He has 7 sections in the house and plans to put 100 chicks in each sec- tion in successive weeks. • • • A cotton oi...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Willacy County News — 14 December 1933

0860 sat • m • as • 0 saaae sss e 0 .«0 8 o\c SO ff • • oc. *« . O « • '° WILLACY*CPUNTY^NEWS. RAYMONDVILLE. TEXAS, THURSDAY^ DECEMBER 11, 1933. WOMAN S PAGE Club Members sltttend . Federa tion Meetimg Mrs. S. L. Gill. Mn. M. H. Dreyer and Mrs. C. J. Scott «tended the Val toy Federation of womens clubs that wm held in the Methodist church in Weelaeo Tuesday. Tha church was made very attrac- tlve with polnsettUa and palms. Mm. Volney W. Taylor of Browns Tille president of the state federation was a guest of the federaticn. A few of the outstanding numbers on Iks program were Mr. Garner, Bupt of schools in Robs town spoke on fl for B tlUOUSNESS Sour stomach 1 das and headache jto CONSTIPATION TRAOC MARK MO. GET THE BEST Sommers Natural Permanent Wave 11.95 and Upward Phone 1B0-W Rex Barber & Beauty Shop the "New Deal". Mrs. Percy V. Pennybacker, past president of the general federation gave "A Revealing Autobiography" using: the life of Jane Adams to ill- ustrate. The Junior high ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Willacy County News — 14 December 1933

8 as 8 s see e O • SSS • 9 O ©® e o tee family next door WILLACY COUNTY NEWS. RAYMONPV1LLE. TEX A 8, THURSDAY. PECEMBKK 14. o IMS. ° e O WW HOULfl wufxmmm cnmirwwl mawm <vt Miktavl rs r m«y FACTS By LESLIE A. BOONE Tomorrow Holds in its Hands All that You Will Ever Know or Have =f ABUSE BIRDS TRIBUTE FLOWERS If you are reading this paper the day that it is issued and under the correct calendar heading, it is Sun- day. So on this day we are entitled to turn aside from the usual proce- dure and consider some of the things that have been so refreshingly last- ing and enduring and basic in all of our civilization. "Go ye into all the world r.iu! preach the gospel to every creature." —St. Mark 16:15. The world is awaiting a record cl first flower that has ever been known to give any credit of thanks to the flowers that have lived before and made it possible for that particular flower to bloom. Of all the singing birds and flying creatures of the air. none in their gorgeous array of sp...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Willacy County News — 14 December 1933

o • • ..Je .>jri \ CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING HftHH • I I • Big Results for Small Expenditure Z"A81 -TtllRSnA Y HKÍ KMBER lletas. PUBLIC SALE / Aatarday of each week at the Com- {■unity Sale Yard, between Pharr and Baa Juan. The live atock and poultry ■alb in the forenoon beginning at 10 «, m. Furniture and miscellaneous •ala atarte at 1 o'clock, continues through the afternoon followed with Sarta emplements late ia the evening. A real sale at a real yard. Bring us what <gpu have to sell. Dr. Elliott, ¡Tard J&Uter; Col. James A. Haggard, auctioneer; Jerry Stugard, Clerk. Pilars, Texas. PAST BUS SERVICE—«Dependa- ble can. protected by accident insur- ance. Everywhere anytime. Call at our expense, deduct from fare. Golden Eagle Travel Service, W. W.Houser, Mgr. Phone 405, room 8, Madison Ho- tel Arcade, Box 385, Harlingen, Tex. a*#***#****##*#*#**#**### ; AUCTION SALE Every Tueaday. 10 a. m. The Valley'a finest Auction Yard. We sell for cash and pay you off the day your proper- ...

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