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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Willacy County News — 28 February 1935

?4A J t. ;i i. 2H44CT AttMMr K. J* Glwner and Mrs. C. H. fferrftoii wen* t® the Minnesota píenle at the' Pair. Park in Harlingen Sunday afternoon; Thejr were accom- by their guest Mrs. Jennie Fennel) «Í West Concord, Minn., who had been the past tyro weeks, and retwrned that day to Mercedes, wMre she is visiting relatives. Robert Kieke returned to Houston Sunday aftwwon after a short visit with Mr. and Mrs. K. D. Lindahl. Mr. Kieke and SC. D. were room-mates at Schriener Institute at Kerrville. Hi was accompanied as far as Kings- ville by Miss Rebekah Lindahl, a student at T. C. A. I., who had been )iome for a week end visit. Mrs. Harry Douthit and baby son, Durell. left Friday for a visit with her parents, Attorney and Mrs. Durell Milter, in Yohkum. Mrs. Lillian Powell of Bakersfield, >4 * * + * * feed grinding We have reconditioned our Feed Mill Grinding Machine, and can grind your feed each Friday, dive us a trial. herschel williams Five Mile« northwest of Ray- mondviile on Wi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Willacy County News — 28 February 1935

• ® ; ■ 'tó; «. * ' •« «. , GETTING OUT OF A LIGHT OÍíE 9BB FAJHLY NSXT DOOR © ~^V-' ® '•V,. A met prntrn - wwJrJn you Get ShST" HW . TO at WHA h UTTLt , • • NATIVE PLANTS AND SHRUBS Prepared by M. L. DEVINEY Superintendent of Rayntondville Public Schools * Superi UU { IFWWWWW MOUNTAIN LAUREL (Sophora secundiflora) This evergreen Bhrub or small tree bas many common names. Among the Latin-Americans it is known as "Frijollito," "Frijolillo," Big-drunk $ean, and Mescal Bean. The English- Speaking people call it Mountain Laurel, even though it is often found far from the hills. It is popular for Jts glossy, evergreen foliage and great clusters of violet-colored blos- soms. The flowers are followed by big, woody pods containing coral red beans. The mountain laurel is one of the most popular of our native shrubs for lawn and park decoration, its smooth, deep green, leathery leaflets make it a very desirable evergreen. Jn April when each tip has burst iorth into a mass of fragrant bloom, t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Willacy County News — 28 February 1935

o .V I ! I I I { I SNAPSHOTS { the HELÍNEWS SERVICE ♦I A few hour after president Roose- velt had dispatched his message to roneress proposing a two^year ex- Snifon of the National Recovery Ad- ministration and generalising only as to its need, the specific proposals which the Administration will make to this end became known. These pro- nosals, which are in writing, even though the Administration refuses for diplomatic reasons to label them a bill actually set up what amounts to permanent control of business. All that is impermanent about it is the machinery. This is administrative machinery. limited to two years. If sentiment can be judged by Con- gressional comment on the President's NRA message, extension of the re- covery organisation will be accom- panied by strong provisions against monopolies. Save for an attack by Rep. Fish (Rep., N. Y.) remarks on the message were generally favorable. The. majority especially praised Mr. Roosevelt's statement that the priv- lege of busines...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Willacy County News — 28 February 1935

9 i «• • ggjiMygQTyiggyiggggyyg^igViiMyTOUAg^yw^ !■: ■¡■VH!.1' ' V "V"" '1 SHORTHAND, TYPEING, BUSINESS ENGLISH AND SPELLING # . For Information Seo MRS. W.L RIVERS Ebony Grove, Next to Flynn'o Nursery On South Highway CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING fr: • % ¿ • Biff Results for Small Expenditure * V KWHMMMWII FOB SALE—8 aeres of land in tot 6, block 7, Narciso Tract 4. Make offer. Vm. Langdon, 2346 Bollywood Ave., Toledo, Ohio. AUCTION: Ere Saturday. Or HI.boy your merchandise for cash. toy on money. CoL B. S. Parker, Texas, Phone 208. FOB SALE or (all clear) pw roperties throughout Valley, for sale at or will consider tre< trading zor good e 10 J. B. Warren, ] i Texas. Phone E: We have and real the Bio bargain trading for alio con- ities. Write 786, Har. 4tc 1F7-14 FOB BENT: Cool sleeping Jar rent to gentleman. Telephone 1 FOB EXCHANGE for small farm Baymondville. 160 acres unim- 1, good land. Eastern New Mex- Ne encumbrance. ACBES for sale near San Per- Three room house. Price $1,600, ...

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

© ® • o © '. GROWING TOWNS O* WILLACY COUNTY INCLUDE, RAYMONDVILLE. THE COUNTY SEAT, LYFORD, SEBASTIAN. SAN PERUTA AND LASARA. ,. ... o WILLACY COUNTY THE AGRICULTURAL DISTRICT OF THE RIO GRANDE VALLEY. THREE CROPS CAN EASILY BE RAISED IN THIS FERTILE SOIL. WILLACY COUNTY NEWS. RAYMONDVILLE. TEXAS. THURSDAY. MARCH 7. 1935 No. I* county school meeting dates are changed Meeting: Will Be Held At Lyford School March 22 and 23 An announcement has been made in the changed the county meet dates to March 22-23. The meet of the county intersch- laatic league will be held at Lyford this year and the county schools are preparing for the best meet that has «ver been held, according to W. D. Fussell. Awards of a silver cup will be made to the schools having the best records during the meet. Students at the various schools have been in training for several weeks and elimination contests held in the various departments to choose the students who will take part in the annual events. students give m...

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

• • V í i o •' I ! ■' 1 ií 1 ¡ni I I ¡ i!' 1 ( T fi i W WILLACY COPXTT XEWg.^ElTMQypnUJtjmAfi^THtRSPAY. MARCH 7, 1W WILLACY COÜNTY NEWS O. Bl'ETON R APP • rwumi o • Psblifbed '«un Thsruiay at BapBoadTÍDe (Crnuty Seat) Willacy Co, T Enterad as Mcoad elmm matter, Jarsary ST. 1222. is tktfoit Office st E«jrmondTiile. Texas under the Portal Act of March 3. 1878. SUBSCRIPTION RATES « Year _ c Month. 92*0 ADVERTISING RATES Local readers 10 cents per line. Black face readers 20 cents per line. C!asr:f:«l rztc:: I cer.t a word. cari ir??rr:os. No classified adrertiseir.ent accepted for less than 25 oents. Display rates made known upon application. Any erroneous reflect: n apon the ckaracter or standi * cf any person or basinets concern appearing in the columns «ill be readily and willingly eorre«ted upon its b*:njr brought to tbe attention of the publisher. THIS PAPER IS A MEMBER OF THE Senator Glass foijght on behalf of the Administration to stop Congress from putting in the undesired prov...

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

o 00 TKT RSrAY. MARClt 7, 1 S5 CT COUNTY MILES RESIGNS AS CITVRS EXCHANGE DIRECTOR WESLACO.—C. O. Miles, secretary Of the Rio Grande Valley Citrus Ex- change and a member of its board of directors, has resigned from both po- sitions, he announced here Saturday. In his formal resignation addressed to E. I. Bucklin, president of the ex- change, Miles stated that the growth of the organization to a point where it demands practically all of his time. The press of personal business forces hie retirement * * * 2400 ACRES FOR OIL DRILLING IS LEASED MERCEDES. —Approximately 2400 acres of land will have been signed up for a proposed "community" wild- cat oil test near the village of Blue- town, south of here, according to reports issued Thursday by officials of the Hidalgo-Cameron Counties and Arroyo Association. The association is a group of prop- arty owners sponsoring the test. Rav Foncannon, Mercedes, is president of the unit and A. Mahan, Mercedes, is secretary. Some 800 acres were to h...

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

■ ' BHBBBBBMB • • . ^ 4dt«Hl M WOMAN'S PAGE SOCIETY NOTES 01 Rower Show Program Presented CHURCH EVENTS at Womans Club CLCB i Mrs S. ff. Sm Prbimy itgfet 3 dM and Mrs. 7. L |y ( ¡i |i Mr*. W. a. brnOc* ¡mam nami i ta An appetizing sa nerved. WERNEaOAT AfTEBKOO* R. 9. Rob- coarse he high «ore . Tí iwrt#M « • .oop*«t yth «UW*1 iamey Mm,- K)CfOV9 GCEST I if Mrt. G. a. Loehrre. w?-- ."aroiine Drf.eld aBtartauied On Kcnunt jf the freeze, and jear- *" - or Math- ¡ <nty if áowers. the flower *how was « iruige aonortu# ^ ya«at, I «hanged ra a íeiightful floral pro- — H. Mee? jU'twIttrrM ■esa and The Annual Flower Show _ i was j".ven at :n# Woman's Gob Tuaa-j Vocal Duet. "Ben D« ■lay «waning inner che able .eadership Stream." SCarjor.e Wilson Jane Wilson. Clarinet Duet. Laurine Warren and ' ¡ íwh if Sen Anum®> *'® ^ I v— 1< -• r nater. *«• w Phillins. Wednesday avewng. iererai of her dancing If* . Gertrude Bridge Club. Harry 3hapiw>, and *w /. r. af (9m dob. Mr* DaffWrf 9. Bt i *...

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

WILLACY COUNTY NEWfl. THURSDAY. MARCH. 7, IMS Camella Wood of Sebastiali spent the w«tk end with her cousin, Vir- ginia Wood. Q lira. Lillie Piper of Perryton, who hM been visiting Mr. and Mrs. James Boyl* fince November, ipent the week Tnd with Mr. nd Mra. C. R. Boyle. o Mr. Wid Mrs. Homer Favor have moved into the Harding apartments. Mr. F vor is a mechanic in the Fox Motor Company. Mrs, flairla Gerhard arrived Fri- TAKES SELECT LUMBER day from St. LouU for a visit with Mr. and Mr . A. C. Ware at San Perlita. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Huff have moved on their farm near Lyford and Mr. and Mr*. R. B. Sutton have moved into the Huff houae. Mrs. Gena Quayle of San Antonio visited her sister, Mrs. A. A. May, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Tomme, Mrs. W. H. Tomme and her mother, Mrs. G. W. Thorp, of Donna, spent Friday with Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Tomme. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Caudle, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. H'jfhtower and Mrs. C. N. Howard were Harlingen callers Fri- day. Miss Catherine, daughter of Mr. and Mr...

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

" ■*!L. "**T" -m ">•""" ■*m*' --*m i •* THURSDAY. MASCH 7 1918 SOME GIRLS ARE THAT WAT C'rr'r'g %í NATIVE PLANTS | AND SHRUBS j Prepared by M. L. DEVINEY t Svperintendeat of Rsymondville t PubHc School* i % 2g J1' SPANISH DAGGER (Yneca treeuleana) Spanish Dagger, Don Quixote's ¿anee, and "Pita" seem to be the ¿«write common names of this mem* Ut at the Yucca family. Radiating ¿lusters of long, straight, stiff, sharp- pointed leaves from a single or ¿ranched trunk, the plant presents a folid wall of spears as it were to ward off any intrusion. It shows a thorough adaption for the Brush Country. A big pinacle of showy or «r4un bell-shaped flowers rises from 4wo to six feet in height. It blooms /rom Christmas-to April. The fruit is a heavy thick-walled, three celled, banana-shaped pod containing numer- ous bat seeds. Folklore: Spanish Dagger is a nick- name given to the plant by early ^exans. Don Quixote's Lance is ex- plained by the fact that the plant has gone through time with a ...

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

«a *1 Gl • i ® * O © •. # O i ♦ ' . ' r. -'jr t..: i * •• WILLACY com pVi • o TEXAS. 'THURSDAY. HAJtCH 7. 1935 i wa,. „ . . o I&mÜH mml SALE STARTS SATURDAY IN ORDER TO PLACE OUR COMPLETE NEW STOCK OF MERCHANDISE BEFORE THE BUYING PUBLIC, WE ARE OFFERING THESE MANY ITEMS AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. THIS NEW SHIPMENT OF STOCK IS CLEAN MERCHANDISE OF THE LATEST STYLES AND DESIGNS. WE ARE OFFERING THESE ITEMS TO YOU TO BECOME ACQUAINTED. This stock was not purchased at a break down sale, and it is not our policy to unload a cheap grade of merchandise on the buying public. BE SURE TO COME IN AND SEE THESE WONDERFUL BARGAINS. # BROADCLOTH Solid Colors 10c yard LADIES' UPTODATESTYLE Latest Shades Wash Dresses $1.25 CHILDREN'S DRESSES 20c Ladies* Silk DRESSES $3.98 Value For JI.85 ATHLETIC SHIRTS AND SHORTS LADIES' WHITE OXFORDS $1.45 MEN'S KHAKI PANTS Strong Durable Material $1.25 COVERALLS 45c CHILDREN'S PLAY SUITS OIL CLOTH Yard MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS 65c MEN'S WORK SHIRTS 79c Value For ...

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

y Wi t • willacy cou*mr nbws. ea ■■■■■httr7a-t t CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING Big Results for Small Expenditure MU I FOR SALE—3 acres of land in |pt 5, block 7, Narcisso Tract 4. Make offer. Wm. Langdon, 2846 Hollywood Ave* Toledo, Onto. AUCTION: . Or for cash. R."S. Parker, Evenr Saturday. «01 boy your merchandise f( POR SALSer TRADE: We have (aUclear) business .and resi- propertiea throughout the Rio i Valley, for tale at bargain _ or will consider trading for mplrn 1. R. WtirB, Box 786, H.r- "Hacen. Texas. Phone 200. 4tc ^ J24-31F7-14 arte— FOR RENT: ior rant to gentleman. room ephone 113. FOR EXCHANGE for amall farm RaymondviUe. 160 acres unim- jd, good land. Eastern New Mex- No encumbrance. J ACRES for sala near San Per- illa. Three reo^hoo * frfce 1,600, FOR SALE 80 aeta near Lyford. No ttadjfójBaay terms. GEOROKlt. LOCHRIE Mar *u «roved. FOES ALE: 8\^nlee. E. Lagerstan, Wor<L 9 mile, «^tyfest ^Lyford. "Really, Totfd Think It Was a New Suit? New is a good tima to lat as dean that...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Willacy County News — 14 March 1935

• c • • © •1 GROWING lOWNS IN WIU.ACY COUNTY INCLUDE, RAYMONDVILLE, THE COUNTY SEAT, LYFORD, SEBASTIAN, SAN PERLITA AND LASARA. VOL. 18 WILLACY COUNTY THE AGRICULTURAL DISTRICT OF THE RIO GRANDE VALLEY. THREE CROPS CAN EASILY BE RAISED IN THIS FERTILE SOIL. WILLACY COUNTY NEWS. RAYMONDVILLE TEXAS. THURSDAY. MARCH 11. 1935 STUDENTS RANK FOURTH IN MUSIC MEET CONTEST Joe Packard Wins First Place Among Eight Entrants Raymondville stepped into fast company last week and surprised the lower Rió Grande Valley by taking third place in the instrumental divi- sion of the Rio Grande Valley Music Meet and placing fourth in the entire meet. Raymondville did not have entries for the piano contests, but won her •hare of honors in the vocal solos. Joseph Packard won first place among the eight entries for tenor solo and Alice Reasonover placed third in the soprano division. Ray- mondville has four soloists which any school might well be proud. Firday afternoon Raymondville's mixed quartet was ranke...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Willacy County News — 14 March 1935

• • JA ' í I i V \ I } - H H J ti 5 ft i; I i Ir i ■I J , 1 I II ' I |;;1 I i) I I : I i I BP sáfel • 0 ® * 0 © 0 e C3 v-' WILLACYÍQÜNTY NEWS d. rrro> eapp eiJiy ©• ® *• " « conm ygwsw eathov**™ ^rtAit thlrsdav. march u, ms .. ® st bj oodri3* (C:crty S**t* WEaer C*.T i Batur, Jaacary Jfc 'f* tfc Pw 0£&c* st KajrvaadrüVr. Texas awirr tfce Pwoi Act «f Marth . ! ?§- SCBSCKPTIOX RATES ■ Taar - s mamé* lions will be up to the communities. When tfeat issue shall spise—as it must before long—public officials, civic lead- ers and the citizens generally, who will have the final say in the matter, should consider that every dollar put into a worth-while Centennial observance will be returned. For Texas as a Sute and for each participating com- inanity this is a profitable investment. tlJS advertising rates 0 linl rwfcn !• emu per line. Bbtk Cm* reader* 2ft ee«« per fcaa ChMÚfMd ratea: I (Ct a word, each iumiK. Nc ra«;fi d ar—f*~4 fryr le e tL*r. 25 aerst*. D-jpjkj- r*Ms ead i;; '«'• - ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Willacy County News — 14 March 1935

® KO O © O o o • ►e © o® © ca O O ■Cu o . * ' Valley Notes ^ WILLACY COUNTY NEW8. BAYMOXDVILLEqTEXM. THURSDAY, MARCH 14.^835 O % #*#*♦**##********1#*« « *** O •-W- ANOTHER VALLEY BOY GETS CAPITAL TUII' SAN BKNITO.—Clarence Theime is the third boy to be selected from Cameron County to attend the na- tional 4-H cam]) in Washington, the records of Henry Alsmeyer, agricul- tural agent, show. 0 Cameron County is a least tied for first place jn Texas if not actually first in the number of boys so se- lected, Alsnuyer believes. The Thiemes uie thought to have set a family record at least because Clarence's brother, Herbert, was so chosen in 19.50 and it is believed that these are the only members of the same family so honored. ¿saac Corns of Stuart Place attend- ed the camp in The Thiemes live in the Highland community near here. * * * MERCEDES IS IN CARLOT SHIPPING LEAD MERCEDES. — Mercedes resumed its rank as the Lower Iiio Grande Valley's _ leading produce shipping point this week when ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Willacy County News — 14 March 1935

• • I I v1 WILlACT COUNTY NEWfc RAYMOftDVILLE. TEXAS, THURSDAY. MARCH 14, 19M • - ■ ' —¡ ^ ft e • £ msm MWOMAN'S PAGE ■ A 54. «ILM..V.* 4 SOCIETY NOTES FRIDAY AFTERNOOV BRIDGE CLUB Mr . H. W. Bostick was hostess to the Friday Afternoon Bridge Club. Mr . G. W. Owens of Dallas, Mrs. E. J. Sanders and Mrs„ H. W. Cook played for absent members. Mrs. W. W. Grayson was awarded high score prize. A dainty plate lunch was served. 0 • CACTUS BRIDGE CLUB Mrs. Gertrude Humphrey entertain- ed the Cactus Bridge Club at a seven •'clock dinner bridge Wednesday night °fMrs! G. W. Owens was a guest of the club. Mrs. D. E. Decker received the ligh score award. * * * THURSDAY AFTERNOON ""'"rE CLUB ; i«¿ Thursday Afternoon Bridge Club played at the home of Mrs. C. M. Corbett with Mrs. C. C. Conle.v, Mrs. N. C. Tracy. Mrs. P. E. Goss, and Mrs. C. D. Gilliland playing as guests. Top score prize was awarded to Mrs. J. J. Adams. The hostess served a dainty course •f ice cream, cake and coffee. • • BIRTHDAY ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Willacy County News — 14 March 1935

Wlf.LAry COCI NT Y NEWS. RAYMONDVILLE. tevas THCRSDAY. MARCH 14. 1935 Locals Mayor and Mrs. F. A. Akard and Mrs. Nellie Akard drove over to Port Jsabel Monday and were accompanied home by Miss Mary Alice Coleman, who is spending the week with the Akards. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Skinner and «on, J. T., spent the week end in Corpus Christi with Mrs. Skinner's aister, Mrs. N. E. Nokes. Mrs. Nokes returned with them for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Yountes of Shawnee, Okla., and Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Gladden, of Herford, Texas., are spending the week here. Mr. Youtes owns a tract of land near San Perlita. Asa S. Agar. San Benito, and Mr. Wehrenbrech, Houston, representative of the Bemis Bag Company, were in Raymondville Monday on business with R. W. Green, manager of the • Baymondvilje Bonded Warehouse. In Willacy County It's UUDDLESTEN'S MORTUARY Phone 66 Mr. and Mrs. S. H. MacDonald and Mr. and Mrs. H. Bix are occupying the duplex recently completed by B, F. Cox north of the ward schools. Mrs....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Willacy County News — 14 March 1935

I' I I IBB I fir ¿I 15 id Bf jka i¡i <% ' fx ' I ! I I ■ ' $ ! i !• m 1 WltLACT COUNTY NEWB. BAYMdftDVll.I.E. tfEXAS. THl'KSDAY. MARCH 14. 1935 mm UN « « ! POLITICAL VIEW0 # *♦« «■♦♦ ♦ • Some impious wag once suggested n amendment of that famous 13th -verse of I Corinthians. According to him the verse should read: "And now abideth faith, hope and chari.y, these three; but the greatest of these k patience." Following this line of amended scriptural phraseology, in a recent informal discussion on the sub- ject of the c8st of government, a prdlninent Senator remarked: "And jiow abideth patriotism, nonpartisan- ship and economy, these three; but the greatest of these is tax con- sciousness." It is estimated that not more than 15 per cent of our population pays direct taxes. True, the other 85 per «rent, in one way or another, indirectly contribute more or less to the sup- port of government, but very rarely js the indirect taxpayer tax conscious. When he paid 50 cents for his seat at...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Willacy County News — 14 March 1935

gO 1 ®' o 00 O ,o o • 'WILLACY COPMTT^HBWi 0 O liM* fti MMMI0 AI F d■ rcmii OHLL SALE BEING CONTINUED IN ORDER TO PLACE OUR COMPLETE NEW STOCK OF MERCHANDISE BEFORE THE BUYING PUBLIC, WE ARE OFFERING THESE MANY ITEMS AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. THIS NEW SHIPMENT OF STOCK IS CLEAN MERCHANDISE OF THE LATEST STYLES AND DESIGNS. WE ARE OFFERING THESE ITEMS TO YOU TO BECOME ACQUAINTED. ] ; This stock was not purchased at a break down sale, and it is not our policy to unload a cheap grade of merchandise on the buying public. BE SURE TO COME IN AND SEE THESE WONDERFUL BARGAINS. BROADCLOTH Solid Colors 10c yard LADIES' UP TO DATE STYLE Latest Shades Wash Dresses $1.25 CHILDREN'S DRESSES 20c Ladies' Silk DRESSES $3.98 Value For ATHLETIC SHIRTS AND SHORTS LADIES' WHITE OXFORDS $1.45 MEN'S KHAKI PANTS Strong Durable Material $1.25 COVERALLS 45c CHILDREN'S PLAY SUITS OILCLOTH 25c Yard . \- MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS 65c MEN'S WORK SHIRTS 79c Value For 65c MEN' NEXT MEN'S LEATHER WORK SHOES > $1.95 I ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Willacy County News — 14 March 1935

. ©' o« «seo® o © o rj ss o o © © © 8 | m ■ l¡ i i I i i a I i % ¡f -i : | - rm i# I flCTURE OF (MUS INDUSTRY IS OUTLINED BY CLINTON FRASER, SR. ■v Citrus Fruit Exchange Has Been Built Up To Work on an Orderly Basis * " W 1 The following letter has been writ- ten by Clinton Fraser, Sr., and points 4>ut the workings of the citrus «xchange: J4r. D. C. Abney, Vice President, Bio Grande Valley Citrus Exchange •nd Chairman of Special Committee Investigating Possibility of Consol- idating Marketing Agencies, Edinburg, Texas. Dear Mr. Abney: Permit me to offer again the thought of one high command—a sol dier to lead us away from this Valley Ferge. We have in our ranks many gallant fighting Light Horse Harry Lee*. Francis Marions, and Colonel Starka—yes, and Molly Starks, but we need—ANOTHER. Our Lees, our Marions, our Starks, have won many engagements, but the morale of some of our soldiers is low in this winter at Valley Forge, and Yorktown is still ahead of us. (1) We have the members...

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