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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Willacy County News — 17 January 1935

n i—muí vfifí 9 ® w O • CB 03© ,000 • (to q u e • Ú © cueo0Ott g $ O S S Sí es 9 9 «o WILLACY <*> TNTY-NEW8. EA YMOMPVIiLE. TEXAS. THMKDÁY. JANUARY 17 1 « Carroll Cook came last week from St. Charles, La., where he has been •with the Stone-Webster Engineering CorFMNrt'0®' Mr*. Ruby Korth and Mrs. Wolf returned to their homes in San An- tonio last Thursday after bringing Mrs. Wm. Korth home, who had just returned from a six months visit with relatives and friends in South Dakota and Minnesota. In WUIaey County If* JJUDPLBSTEN'S MORTUARY Phone 66 3Irs. Hershel Williams is recover- ing nicely from an operation two weeks ago when she had another piece of glass removed from her knee. Mrs. Williams was formerly Miss Jtuby Mae Rankin. Travel by Bus! For Information ask Grayson's. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Sugg and daughters, Miss Jewell, of Welling- ton, Texas, and Mrs. Frank Craw- ford of Sulphur* Okla.# came Friday to spend a month here and in different parts of the Valley. Mr. and Mrs. S...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Willacy County News — 17 January 1935

i'W: TEXAK TMUKSDAT. JANUAKT 17. IMg WILLACY jDOmgTT 8 EXPERIENCES TEACHES NO>tlRf NOTHlN OOIN' • QlMMC W y tAG- NO V .iVTHlft* VOUttt CONUH OUT t' TH' nOVfeC '* CTKV WITH Ml! «MU.OC Kit MM!*HOW Mtt V A/^tUO.Jfcv •if* t AIN'T W^v J| (M OH IN A COONfc Aftt- yV'WAV TO W V COtH' 9 J HOTtV? b-«A jutT comiHTH OKI O' THt*■ ■WSmom l SHOOV.0 HOT! MMNl * OPEN HOOSl!1. 1 wiu VOIÍU CAU 0* TV* Wi^C H t£t tf «f% AtRlQMT* | WASHINGTON } SNAPSHOTS 1 I Takes hy * t the helm news service I One Washington paper deduces that the country is billion-dollar A PLEDGE r PLEDGE ourselves always to serve our clients as their needs require and their wishes dictate; to put service be- fore price, quality before profit; to be guides and counselors to those we serve, seeking always to act in their best interests; to be honorable and fair in all our dealings and never to violate what once we have promised. To these things we pledge our good name and our established reputation for service, integritay and unfail...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Willacy County News — 17 January 1935

© O © O o e-> o o t & o o o SALES-TAX IS PROPOSED TO AID TAXPAYERS Three Cent Sales Tax To Apply on Last Sale Is Proposed To Tax-payers of Texas: 0 You have probably paid your taxes, or you will do so this month. But— has your neighbor? What proportion of all taxes in your county will be delinquent this year? What propor- tion has remained delinquent for the past several years? Are property taxes proving burdensome in your county ? If the tax collecting department of the State should start immediately entering suit against every delinquent tax payer, including home owners, in your county, and actually sell or pos- sess these homes, ¡n satisfaction of taxes, would it improve the situation WILLACY COUNTY WBWg. BATMOyPVlLLE. TUT AW. THURSDAY. JANUARY 17, 1934 New Kidneys If you could tntda your neglected, tirad and Uzy Kidney for new one , you would auto- rro 'ically get rid of Night Rising. Nervousness Ducainesii, Rheumatism. Burning, Itching and Acidity. To corree t f unc tion...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Willacy County News — 17 January 1935

•• wnxafly COUNTY NEW . RATMQNPVILLE. TEXAS. THURSDAY, JANUARY 1^ 1M5 [If '1 'iBSF T. s % % CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING Big Results for Small Expenditure Ot Every Saturday, merchandise for cash. AUCTION: •Ú boy your Ho delay on money. CoL R. 8. Parker, Jbrlingen, Texas, Phone 203. LAUNDRY—We are equip- lie your laundry in ^very manner ityl giv fou a jío. 1 Charata reasonable. C. A Rodrigue* Ave., 4 bloek east Service 8tation. J-ll-18-25 FOR RENT: Cool sleeping room ftr rent to gentleman. Telephone 113, FOR SALE: Stack of Sudan straw. |ffee and bright. Inquire at the Ray noñdville Bonded Warehouse Co 50. LYFORD NEWS Mr*. Jamie Mitehel and small dfcasbter returned to their home here from an extended stay in Joplin, Mo. Sirs. Jennie Chilton is in the home cf her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. «114 Mrs. George Potts, in Mercedes, •B account of tha illness of Mrs. Pott*. Mrs. Lewis Prator was a week end in the home of her sister, Mrs. Watkins, in Brownsville, and Mrs. Paul Grout and chil- Rev. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Willacy County News — 24 January 1935

o • , e • O -> . VOL. 18 í growiAg towns IN WILLACY COUNTY INCLUDE, BAYMONDVILLE^v THE COUNTY SEAT, LYFORD, SEBASTIAN. SAN PERLITA AND"Sl^SARA. willacy counlv THE AGRICULTURAL DISTRICT OF THE RIO GRANDE VALLEY. THREE CROPS CAN EASILY BE RAISED IN THIS FERTILE SOIL. WILLACY COUNTY NEWS. RAYMONPVILI.K. TEXAS. THURSDAY. JAM ARY 24, 1935 No'4 DATS SET FOR IRRIGATION BIDS bids will be opened at local office for approval feb. 25 First Contract Is Designed To Place Large Number of Unemployed Men To Work AMERICAN LEGION TO CONTINUE WITH RED FISH BAY WORK Information was received herf this week from W. A. Harding who has been in Fort Worth that the PWA had set Feb. 25 as the date for the opening of bids on the contract for the earth work and excavation for the Willacy County Water Control and Improvement District No. 1. Mr. Harding left immediately for Fort Worth and other points when the directors of the district passed an order several weeks ago to call for bids on the earth work subjec...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Willacy County News — 24 January 1935

© o* I WILLACY COUNTY NEWS. eaymondv1LLKjTR^8^_JTHLR8DAY^ jaxl'ABY ft. IMS WILLACY COUNTY NEWS ' d. button rapp Publiahcr Published every Tharaáfjr at Rajrmondville (County Stat) Willacy Co.. Texai. Entered a* rj rtf matter, January 27. 1922. in the Poet Office at RaymondviUe, Texas under the Postal Act of March S, 1S78. One Year „ Sis Months subscription rates «2.00 $1.26 ADVERTISING RATES 1 readers 10 cents per line. Black faee readers 20 cents per Une. Classified rates: I cant a word, each insertion. No classified advertisement accepted for less than 25 cents. Display rates made known upon appHcation. Any erroneous reflection upon the character or standing of any person or busl iness concern appearing in these columns will be readily and willingly corrected upon its being brought to the attention of the publisher. THIS PAPER IS A MEMBER OF THE WHOLESALE SLAUGHTER PERMITTED A few months ago a great passenger liner burned at sea, with a loss of life totaling about 150. Recently a c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Willacy County News — 24 January 1935

1 POLITICAL VIEWS 1 BJT FRED HOI.ME8 t wJHhI"fí®n Correspondent of * t The Willacy County Neva | Week J>efore last duly sanctioned government schedules, by which the timing of certain momentous actions was predetermined, worked to the great disadvantage of correspondents to weekly and semi-weekly newspap- ers. Those responsible for these sched- ules inconsiderately neglected to in- clude in their calculations the de- mands upon correspondents. Publi- cation dates are fixed, and in ordinary circumstances invariable; copy must be on hand a certain number of hours in advance of publication; yet here is a benefitcent and supposedly smp- pathetic Government convening a new and most important Congress, and releasing a weighty and consequential presidential message to that Congress just a day or so too late for timely use by the Washington representa- tives of the weekly press. Of course, we attributed this one instance of woeful lack of govern- ment consideration to excusable over- sig...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Willacy County News — 24 January 1935

1Jg¡XA{Í2^gfWTl^Ml2«kjX2^ ■Up WOMAN S PAG E - . O y © SOCIETY NOTES FRIDAY AFTERNOON BRIDGE CLUB Mia. D. E. Decker was hostess to the Friday Afternoon Bridge Club. Guests of the club included Mrs.jR. W. Green, Mrs. F. D. James, Mrs. D. B. Rapp, Mrs. C. N. Howard and Miss Alma Spivey. Mrs. G. R. Lochrie scored high for the club and Mrs. D. B. Rapp for guests. A delicious plate lunch was served. /■3 A Different Problem TIME was When Juntf brides were almost all faced with the fundamental problem of how to cook, but their problem is no longer cooking but the wise selec- tion of foods already cooked. For there are enough different foods now available to her In cans to make cooking in the home almost a superfluity. Soup to Nuts ■ To begin with she has her choice of nearly three dozen dell- eious soups, and to end with she oan save herself labor by serving excellent vacuum packed nuts. And, in between, she has her choice of a couple of dozen fruits in various forms, a score of fish and sh...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Willacy County News — 24 January 1935

© „k - *4 . :r © © © 0 WILLACY COUNT NEWS. RAYMOMOVILLE. TEXAS, JANUAlfr 2I.°18M° ODD, BUT TRUE 00 « 9 ©O q Frank C. Fuller returned to his home in fort Smith, Ark., Friday after a weeks stay with his brother, Jack, and attending to business matter*. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Hackney and «on Jackie, of Marion, 111., were here on butines# Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Ransome S. Park of VasM . Mich., came Saturday for a jnonths stay in the Váliey. ° Mr«. J. H. Lewis of San Marcus is hfre visiting her daughters, Mrs. T. C. Green and Miss Mary Lewis. Mi? Juanita Day, teacher in the Bio Hondo High School, spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mr . E. M. Day. a student at Phillips University in Enid, Okla., visited her there over the holidays. Mrs. Geo. E. Walter and daughter, Elsie Mae, of Harlingen spent Satur- day with their husband and father, Mr. Walter, who recently put in the sheet metai works here. L. H. Caíame, fruit commissioner of Nebraska, who travels extensively over the states, vi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Willacy County News — 24 January 1935

Ti WILLA< | M1NTY rfEWI, lUTHOimVll I R TRXAW. TBI R8PAY, JANUAEY 14. aY next door • • * ° EXPERIENCES TEACHES . to tm| t KNOV* WÜMO TK OtOCf HAD th* NCRVC T THROW Wi NIV HM K COAT ON TH rLOO« 9 ^ , WHY JAVSOWl 0 TMICU JUST DROPPCO* IH AN* THi I too# HN#M«0 COAT THtRt ,%vC «OOMjTO HANG UP THUR A WASHINGTON SNAPSHOTS Taken by THE HELM NEWS SERVICE ***** The President's message to the Senate, urging American adherence <e the World Court, is brief and to «he point. The question has been dis- «ueeed «o long that there is nothing new to say about it. But Mr. Roose- velt gums up very cogently the rea- sons #oi® favorable action. He says truly that it is not subject to partisan «considerations. "For years," he points "Republican and Democratic Ad* ministrations and party platforms ¿like have advocated a court of jus- tice to which nations might voluntar- ily bring their disputes for judicial ^decisions." There is no abrogation of eovereignty in this; there is no "en- tanglement" with...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Willacy County News — 24 January 1935

•<£D ©064&0 o • ©• O O Valley Notes 2UEW FLOODWAY SPAN o ACTION 18 PROMISED MERCEDES.—A letter from D. K. Martin, member of the state highway commission) states that action on a new state highway bridge at the west approach to the city is assured. Mar- tin's letter states that th^ request for the new and more modern struc- ture over the floodway have been re- ferred to Gib Gilchrist^ chief engineer of the state highway commission, who will make plans for the bridge and will confer with the International Boundary Commission as to the ne- cessity for raising the bridge. Pros- pects are also bright for the widening of the pavement. # # * WATERMELON KING ENJOYS MELON ON CHRISTMAS DAY PORT ISABEL.—M. W. Wharton, the winter watermelon king of the v ¿w Kidneys i.j alml ju iia.l aa i « . . if V. U uuuld tinda your neglected, tired and ¡eva for new ones, you would auto, mu ..II, got rid of Nighl Rising, Nervousness l>-~Hlieuinatigm, Burning. Itching int >. id ly. focorrectfuucÜo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Willacy County News — 24 January 1935

-1 i o" ™.-~™ ¡.«W . ATlK « ~..1 «m THllMDAY. JA M T 4. 1IU o John Deere Tractor Day at the Willacy Implement Company, Saturday, January 16 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING Big Results for Small Expenditure HHK M MM « « «* « * AUCTION: Eveiy Saturday. Or srfU bay your merchandise for cash. No delay on money. Col. R. S. Parker, JBariingen, Texas, Phone 203. FOB SALE or TRADE: We have ebelee (all cleas) business and resi- dence properties throughout the Rio Grande Valley, for sale at bargain prices or will consider trading for fir Antonio properties. Will also con- sider trading for good equities. Write at phone J. R. Warren, Box 786, Har- lingen, Texas. Phone 200. 4tc J24-31F7-14 HOME LAUNDBY—We are equip- ped to handle your laundry in a very 40Mfal manner and give you a No. 1 Mrvfee. Charges reasonable. C. A. ggswee, Rodriguez Ave., 3 blocks east -tff Bumble Service Station. J-11-18-25 FPR BENT: Cool sleeping room |ar rent to gentleman. Telephone 113. FOB SALE: Stack of Sudan straw. Mice and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Willacy County News — 7 February 1935

o 0 CD O • ©L O I , ' GROWING TOWNS IN WILLACY COUNTY INCLUDE, RAYMONDVILLE. THE COUNTY SEAT, LYFORD, SEBASTIAN. SAN P^RLITA AND LASARA. VOL.18 o O O O WILLACy COUNTY THE AGRICULTURAL DISTRICT OF THE RIO GRANDE VALLEY. THREB CROPS CAN EASILY BE RAISED IN THIS FERTILE SOIL. WILLACY COUNTY NEWS. BAYMONDVILLE. TEXAS. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 7. 1935 No. f DATE IS SET FOR ONION FIESTA COTTON MEETING HELD TO ELECT COMMITTEEMEN Rules and Regulations Are Explained at Meeting Saturday A large group of Willacy County cotton growers attended a meeting held here Saturday to discuss the 1935 cotton acreage program. Meetings have been held to elect community committees which includ- ed Precinct 1, Odie Karr, committee- man, and C. P. Fitch, alternate; pre- cinct 2, John M. Spilman, committee- man, and F. Ó. Cole, alternate; pre- cinct 3, A. J. Shubert, chairman, R. T. Damstrom and A. P. Smith, commit- teemen, John Wreden, alternate; pre MANY CALLS RECEIVED FOR WATER PLANS Proposals Will Be Received an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Willacy County News — 7 February 1935

© rJ I I ■5=^8" WILLACY COUNTY NEWS D. BUTTON IAPP • • ¿ THURSDAY. F /T, 11 ceo e© as © •« MIi*M eve TNahdayatRaymondville (tauntySeat) WillacyCo^. Taaaa Bntaned nMmldut natter, January 27, IMS. in the Poat Office •t Rajmoadrilk, Texas under the Postal Act of March 3. 1878. Oh Y«ar _ Sis Month* SUBSCRIPTION RATES S2.00 81.25 ADVERTISING RATES LmI reader* 10 cent* per line. Black faee readers 80 cente per line. Classified rates: I cant a word, each insertion. So classified sdvertisement accepted for less than 25 oents. Display rates nade known upon appKcation. An erroneous reflecticn apon the character er standing of any person or Sadness concern appearing in these columns will be readily and willingly corrected upqfi its being brought to the attention of the publisher. THIS PAPER IS A MEMBER OF THE UNPLEASANT PUBLICITY GIVEN WILLACY COUNTY WATER DISTRICT Much unpleasant publicity has been given to the Willacy County Irrigation Project in the past several weeks since it was revealed ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Willacy County News — 7 February 1935

e Qs> i © © >• es • ee e ee e Mta • O fiUMDAY, PBBltíüft 7, IMS WASHINGTON SNAPSHOTS Ttkca by THE HELM NEWS SERVICE i PWinOllAfBfl I *#*#*#*#***** #« If anyone had any doubts of the continued personal popularity of President RooséVelt the enthusiastic nation-wide celebration of his fifty- fifth birthday ought to end them. Here was an extraordinary outpour- ing of good will for which it would be difficult to find á parallel. The birthday of a living President has not normally been viewed as an occa- sion for public rejoicing. Unmistak- ably the country still feels a deep personal affection for its present Chief Executive which no criticism of his policies or doubts of his sub- ordinates has weakened. * >* * Although Pre sident Roosevelt has been reported as "not bitterly disap- pointdpointed" over the defeat of the -World Court resolution in the Senate, the Administration might well, if it is in earnest, explore the possibilities in Rep. David J. Lewis' proposed joint resolu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Willacy County News — 7 February 1935

> <s*0SSBJgB& tíasa&á S¿£SS!S2£¿ 7 " © © o WOMAN'S PAG E -p o~ SOCIETY NOTES SURPRISE PARTY A number of friends to the honoree surprised Cookies, candy and hot chocolate W. A. Addington Tuesday evening, were 8erved- , , g celebrating his fifty-ninth birthday. | EMBROIDERY CLUB DINNER Those enjoying the occasion were GUESTS IN MISSION Rev. and Mrs. V. M. Bailey and chil- dren, Rev. and Mrs. B. P. Jaco, Mr. and Mrs. N. G. Parr, Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Wilson, Mrs. Ann Quota. W.A. Brooks and R. E. Manning. The honored guest received many appropriate birthday gifts. Ice cream and cake were served to the guests, THURSDAY AFTERNOON BRIDGE CLUB The Thursday Afternoon Bridge Club played at the home of Mrs. C. J. Scott. Mrs. A. Wise of Robs- town, Mrs. E. B. Reeves and Mrs. B. E. Carroll played for absent mem- bers. Mrs. J. B. Chambers won high score. The hostess served a dainty salad •curse. • • BLUE BONNET BRIDGE CLUB The members of the Blue Bonnet Bridge Club were guests of Mrs. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Willacy County News — 7 February 1935

OO © 0 WILLACY COUNTY NEWS. KA1 TEXAS. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY T, IMS >Jr. and Mrs. Lake Barber were caütrs >n *be city Monday enroutt to Dallas, after attending the funeral of Mrs. Barber's mother, Mrs. A. C. Xeyer, in San Benito, Sunday. Mrs. Key ser dropped dead Friday while helping prepare luncheon in the din- ing room of the Methodist Church. Mr. Barber is a former Raymondville resident and left here about six years ago. While here he did ontrnct work for the Central Power & Light Co., later going in business for himself. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Starkey and daughter, Marjory Ann, anl Mrs. Starkey's father. J. W. Lorentz, of Kokomo, Ind., arrived recently to spend the remainder of the winter at San Perlita. The Starkeys spent sev- eral veeks here last winter. Mrs. Mamie Curry and daughters, Veda and Nettie, and Nott Thomas, spent Sunday at Port Isabel with Mr. and Mrs. Dick McCann. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Pennington and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Aumus were San Benito visitors Sunday evening...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Willacy County News — 7 February 1935

WILLACY TOUCHY FAMILY NEXT 4Vf)p? HMSSM \& ON jSlf 17 -DMM10 IWW\« / OtO GOAT v \! % mttCNH* P n POLITICAL VIEWS 1 By FRED HOLMES Waahington Correspondent of The Willacy County News T llimiiiiimn ■* ♦ * Probably it is a good thing for the peace of mind of American citizens that more than 99 per cent of them éo not reside in the District of Co- lumbia, and of those non-residentB iully 99 per cent, even if some of them pay us an occasional visit, get only what engineers call a long-dis- tance perspective view of Congress juid congressional activities. To the Jess than one per cent who are forced to remain flrst-hand spectators of the -tiresome and inane burlesque for a -couple of hundred days each year, the view is in detailed cross-section, and the limelight brings out the multi- tudinous idiocies just as manifestly— it not more—as it does the woefully few examples of real statesmanship. To assist in or contribute to the dispelling of illusions is not a pleas- ant task. To most y...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Willacy County News — 7 February 1935

"®. Valley Notes WILLACY CPUNTT WEW8. KATMONgVILLE. TEXAS. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY T. lltt ?'■ • v t, V V V < NEW BU„DINOPROCRAM TOID ^ b .*ST555 _____ residents of the Mercedes community JJcALLEN. — Largest construction ™ere Pre8ent at the home of Ray nroeram in over two «years is now Fonc®nnon Wednesday evening to dis- •" • .. ... ... CUSs the exfxnittAi. - " .. going on in McAUen with $61,685 worth of new buildings under way, City Inspector Engineer C. C. Eck- hon announced Friday. Permits for all of the work were issued during the month of January and total more than all building permits issued dur- ing the years 1933 and 1934, The principal project is the new United States government post office, under construction on South Main Street in the center of the business district. A permit of $50,000 was let for the work. The remaining $11,865 in local permits during January in- cluded several business buildings of small pize. * * * BRINK LEY STATION OPENS IN FEBRUARY REYNOSA, Tamps., ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Willacy County News — 7 February 1935

S" • -l*. i wftOkCrCOPWTT y«Wg. KATl^OMlHriLlJL TBAI, TMU1SPAT? FHQA1T T. It O © © CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING Big tUxulti far Small Expenditure ■ ■* *« Ü MMMimmi yWwwWWWWWWWWt AUCTION: Swtr SatewUy. Orj buy ytm MNktMhM for mK n mm). OolR.S rarker. Tu* , M om 2M. FOB SALE «r TRADE: We haw cMn (all fletr) hwiw *ná rt*;- dears properties thjvaffcou: Grand* Yalfcy, for sale at benrain prices or will consider trading for S Antonk* yipiiw . Will also <v n> aider trading for good «sjuitiei- Write or phone J. R. Warren. Bf* ?!*& H*r- lincen, Texas. Phone 20ft. 4t* J24-S1FM4 Auction EVERY TUESDAY BADEN'S SALES YARD Arroyo Bridge, Harlingen livestock sella in forenoon. — * We bay and sell everything of FOB SALE: Stark of Sudan straw, ratee. Mift and bright. Inquire at the Rat- See Col. Badea about yonr farm Boodrille Bonded Warehouse Co. «ale. Orar MM auctions conducted 50. | in the Valley. COL J. M. BADEN AUCTIONEER Ul W. HarUngen FOB BENT: Cool sleeping room for rent to gentleman. Tel...

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