The Dallas Journal, Volume 53, 2007 Page: 61
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Henry Pollack Trunk Company
And the Court having considered said verdict and in accordance therewith, being of the opinion that the
said plaintiff, Charles Pollock ought not to recover any interest in the real and personal property
particularly set forth and described by him in his First Amended Original Petition herein, it is therefore
ORDERED, ADJUDGED AND DECREED by the Court that as to said real and personal property the said
Charles Pollock take nothing by his suit herein, and that the said Defendant, Henry Pollock, as to said real
and personal property go hence without day; that all fight, title and interest in and to the following
described property, real and personal, which the said Charles Pollock had or claimed to have had on the 1St
day of July, 1926, be divested out of him and vested in the said Henry Pollock, his heirs and assigns forever
together with the right of possession thereof, said real and personal property being particularly set forth and
described as follows:
"An undivided one-half interest in and to all and singular the following described lots, tracts or parcels of
land situated in Dallas County, Texas, holding the same in fee simple to-wit:
"One half interest in the Southeast corner of Block 451, fronting 65 feet on Ervay St, and 150 feet on
McKee St., meted and bounded as follows: Beginning on the east or southeast corner of said Block 451:
thence south 45 west with the north line of McKee St. 150 feet for corner; thence north 43 west 65 feet to a
stake; thence north 45 east 150 feet to Ervay St., thence with the south line of Ervay St. southeast 65 feet to
place of beginning.
"A part of Block 450, described as follows: Beginning at a stake on the south line of Elm St. 247 feet west
from the intersection of the south line of Elm St. and the west line of Crowdus St; the west corner of a lot
now owned by John Dinaggio; thence westwardly along the said line of Elm St. 28 feet a stake; thence
south 13 '/2 east parallel with Crowdus St. 113 feet a stake; thence eastwardly parallel with Elm St. 28 feet a
stake; thence north 13'/4 west parallel with Crowdus St. 113 feet to the place of beginning; being the first lot
east and adjoining the property formerly occupied as the Thomas Stock Yards, and known as No. 718 Elm
St., and being the same property conveyed to D. C. Norton by W. F. Myers and wife by deed recorded in
Vol. 57, pg 782, Dallas County Deed Records, and to Edit Norton Travers by Mrs. S. L. McCormick by
deed recorded in Vol. 254, pg 532, Deed Records Dallas County, Texas.
"Part of Block 183, described as follows: Beginning at a point on the South side of Main St. 75 feet north
70 east from the northwest corner of a 100X200 feet lot conveyed to H. H. Braley by Adam Bergman and
wife May 21, 1886, by deed recorded in Vol. 76, page 167; thence north 76 east with said south line of
Main St. 25 feet, the northeast corner of said Braley's lot thence south 14 east at right angles to Main St.
100 feet; thence south 76 west parallel with said south line of Main St. 25 feet; thence north 14 west
parallel with the east and west lines of said Braley lot 100 feet to the beginning, on the south side of Main
"Part of Block 182, described as follows: Beginning on the north line of Main St. said beginning point
being the south-west corner of a lot of ground conveyed to James B. Simpson by Moses Stewart and wife
on May 22, 1885; thence north 76% east with the north line of Main St. 25 feet to a corner on said line;
thence north 13 %west at right angles to said Main St. 100 ft. to corner; thence south 76 west parallel with
said Main St. 25 feet to a stake; thence south 14 east at right angles to said Main St. 100 feet to place of
beginning; being the same property conveyed to Mrs. S. L. Moore by T. J. Usry on December 1, 1905;
"Part of Block 107, described as follows: Beginning at a point in the north line of Elm St. 125 feet east of
the east line of St. Paul St; thence east with the south line of Elm St. 50 feet; thence south at fight angles to
Elm St. 100 feet; thence west parallel with Elm St. 50 feet; thence North 100 feet to place of beginning;
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