Willacy County News (Raymondville, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 24, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 14, 1923 Page: 4 of 8
The following text was automatically extracted from the image on this page using optical character recognition software:
THE WILLACY COUNTY NEWS, RAYMONDVILLE, TEXAS
Willacy County News
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT RAYMONDVILLE (COUNTY
SEAT) WILLACY COUNTY, TEXAS
CHARLES R. JOHNSON, Editor and Publisher
ANY ERRONEOUS REFLECTION UPON THE CHARACTOR OR
STANDING OF ANY PERSON OR BUSINESS CONCERN WILL BE
READILY AND WILLINGLY CORRECTED UPON ITS BEING
BROUGHT TO THE ATTENTION OF THE PUBLISHERS.
ADVERTIS ING RATES
DISPLAY ADVERTISING, PER SINGLE COLUMN INCH PER
WEEK THIRTY-FIVE CENTS. BY THE MONTH, 30 CENTS.
ville: In the Baptist church, Sunday
School at 10:30 a. m. In the Method-
ist church, Sunday School at 10:30
o’clock, Morning preaching at 11
o’clock, Epworth League at 7:30 p. m.
Preaching’ at 8:15.
h OR SALE—400 , sacks weevil eaten
beans, for hog feed. When ground
make excellent dairy cattle feed. For
tlie lot $1.00 per hundred weight F.
O. B., Brownsville. Tex-Mex Trading
Co., Brownsville, Texas.—Advertise-
ment v 4t|M-24-31|J-7-14
Farmers in the north-west part of
tie county are having some fine
crops this year. Fine cotton and feed
stuff may be seen on practically every
farm and if nothing unforeseen hap-
pens, bumper crops will be made.
LOCAL READERS, TEN CENTS PER LINE.
LOCALS TWENTY Cg^TS PERLINE._
PRICE $2.00 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE
ENTERED AS SECOND-CLASS MATTER JANUARY 27, 1922 AT
THE POST OFFICE AT RAYMONDVILLE, TEXAS UNDER THE ACT
OF MARCH 3, 1879.
Chinese bandits are somewhat more A prospective presidential candi-
crude than European hotel keepers,' date with $178,000,000 will be given
but the net results are about the some. rcspectful c„nsideration, at any rate.
Denmark lias recognized Russia.
You know what Hamlet said about
• Denar a .A.
Prof. Einstein’s explanation of his
theory Is even more puzzling than
the theory itself.
Germany's latest overture to France
doesn't seem calculated to promote
Some men never change their minds
and their minds are not as clean as
they might be.
Bolshevists say they don’t believe
in Heaven. Well, it is a cinch that
they are not going there.
You have noticed, of course, that
a so-called efficiency expert is always
looking for a job. He never has a
business of his own.
We saw nine girls in a Ford the
other day, and they seemed to be
having a rattling good time.
can be secured. At the rate land
is being cleared, and with the fine
prospects for crops, we should have
no trouble in locating another 100
farmers here in the next year or so.
A group of young people gathered
at the Kieke ranch Thursday night,
'the following were present: Misses
Fern and Ruth Palmer, Nelda Kieke,
Elsie Krause and Messrs. Chris and
Ed Nelson, Elder, E., Gus, Alfred
and Adolph Kieke and Mr. and Mrs.
| On Sunday there were the follow-
! mg religious services in RaymPnd-
The Irish civil war seems to be
petering out. At any rate it has
reached the ultimatum stage.
Some republicans are said to be
looking for a man who can heat
Harding. The democrats hope to
You have noticed too, that when
a fellow finally gets able to own an
automobile, he quits talking about
There would not have been nearly
so many great men in history if it
had not been for kind of histories
that have been writen.
Customs change. At any rate, our
impression .is that women have quit
keeping their money in their stock-
ings since short skirts came in.
If it were not for the privilege of
telling other people what they ought
to do* a lot of us would find time
hanging heavily, on our hands.
ARE YOU PLANNING TO
BUILD A NEW HOME?
If so let me figurg with you.
I have had 38 years experience
in ecrttracting and specialize
ip California Bungalows. I have
a number of plans for beaptiful
homes and will gladly assist you
in choosing appropriate plains.
Built-in features a specialty
W. A. PARKS,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
Presssing - Cleaning
Hair Cuts Shaves & Shampoos
Dave Moon Barber
At Your Service
We carry a complete line of drug store Merchandise
Will Fill Your Mail Order Promptly
TAe m&xaJUL Store
- The Blue Bonnet Salon
Exclusively For Ladies
IS NOW OPEN AT DOWNS BROTHERS STORE
Permenent Waving, Round Curls, Hair Dressing
Maree Wave, Scalp Treatments, Hair Dyeing,
Bleaching, Facial Treatment#, Manicuring and Clay
Come in and pay us a Visit
H. H. Burchard—-Druggist
We carry a complete line of Drugs and f)rug Sundries
“Quality and Service” Our Motto
Mail Orders given Prompt Attention.
Round trip to
Why Pay Excessive Rates?
The Great Northern Steamship Company
Announces that Arrangements are Now
Being Made for Monthly
$110 Round Trips to Europe
ONE WAY $65
London, Liverpool, LeHavre
ONE WAY $75
Christit nia, Stockholm, Hel-
singfors, Danzig, Riga,
THE ABOVE PRICES INCLUDE RAILROAD FARES TO
POINTS AS FAR NORTH AS STOCKHOLM
The Company plans to carry a proximately two thousand passen-
gers monthly. Make your plans now for a trip during this season.
Lives of passengers will be protected by
which insure safety at sea at all times
A round trip, with all expenses on
shipboard included, at no more ex-
pense than a vacation right here at
homie! To meet the ever increasing
demand in this country for an in-
expensive and at the same time
thoroughly comfortable and enjoy-
able trans-Atlantic voyage, is the
prime object of the Great Northern
Steamship Company. Organized by
progressive business men who real-
ize the exceptional opportunity of-
fered now for inexpensive travel in
Europe, the Company will cater to
the thousands of intelligent- persons'
who wish to visit the battlefields of
France, the Shakespear country,
Scandinavia, the Land of the Mid-
night Sun, etc. A chance of a life-
time! So it would seem; but it is
more than that. The Company is
building for a permanent business,
setting a new standai’d of high-
class ocean travel on a one-class
basis. That this can be done at a
fair margin <3f profit has already
been proved and is further outlined
in our prospectus. You’ll find it
WE WILL ALSO SHOW YOU HOW YOU MAY
BECOME A PART-OWNER IN THE MOST TALKED
OF ENTERPRISE IN YEARS
We have an opening for an entergetic representative in your lo-
cality. This is an excellent opportunity for a person of character
to build up a permanent business both for himself and
the Great Northern.
Cut out and mail us with your name and address.
A. Wikstrom -•
Edmunds Bldg., Suitex54
I am interested in securing full
information regarding a trip to:
(Mark with a -cross)
One way Round trip
Street or R. f. d. ........
Edmunds Bldg., Suite 54
I am interested in becoming part-
owner in the Great Northern Steam-
Please send me prospectus and
Street or R. f. d................
City or Town ................. | City or town
State ........................I State ........
The Guaranty Fund
“Checking accounts and other non-interest Bear-
ing and unsecured deposits are fully protected uif-
derthe STATE GUARANTY FUND. The fund was
created and is maintained by assessments against
every State bank each year, based on its daily av-
erage deposits, until the maximum amount of the
fund as required by law is collected. If any State
banks’ affairs became involved and the assets of
such bank are insufficient to pay the depositors,
THE STATE BANKING DEPARTMENT make up the
deficiency from the GUARANTY FUND and (he
depositors are paid in full. THE GUARANTY FUND
is replenished as bef >re, thus maintaining insur-
ance to depositors in the State banks”
RAYMONDVILLE jSTATE BANK
Guaranty Fund Bank
John Wedman, B. Mutz, J. T. Brandt
and sons, H. B. Wilson, Raymond
Teller, George Ayers, H. C. Glover,
H. Krause, E. Kieke and sons, John
Sothman, E. A. Jones, P. J. Jacobson,
Ben McCaslin, C. E. Redlund, N. E.
Nelson, C. C. Palmer,. J. B. Huffor
and also practically every Mexican
farmer have good crops.
f The band concert given on the Ver-
I andao of the R. W. Huff residence
Monday evening, was success in
every respect and was much appre-
ciated, as was shown by the large
number of cars lined up in front of
llieir home. The band boys have
surely done a lot of hard work under
their efficient leader, W. H. Shrader
and they are to be congratulated.
The readings given by Miss Elvera
Redlund of Lyford, were also much
cr joyed as were the Violin solo selec-
tions given by Mr. Harry Shapiro,
Proprietor of “The Popular Store.”
We hope to have the pleasure of hear-
ing him often. Let us have these
concerts often and advertise them
so the out of town people may come in
and enjoy them with us.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND
The State of Texas
County of Willacy
j To those indebted to, or holding
; claims against the Estate of Judson
i C. Wilson, Deceased,
j The undersigned having been duly
•appointed executrix of the estate of
jJudson C. Wilson, deceased, *late of
■ Willacy county, Texas, by W. E. Mc-
| Charen, Judge of the County Court
of said county on the 17th day of
' May, 1923, during a regular term
thereof, hereby notifies all persons
indebted to said estate to come for-
ward and make settlement, and those
having claims against said estate to
present them to her at her residence,
Lyford, Willacy County, Texas, where
she receives her mail, this, 18th. day
of May, A. D. 1923.
ANNIE B. WILSON,
Executrix of the estate of Judson G.
By virture of an order issued by
the Commissioners’ Court of Willacy
county, sealed proposals for the furn-
ishing of 13 three-quarter jury beds
and springs, will be received by the
j County Clerk on or before 11 a. m.,
.July 9th, 1923, it being the second
I Monday in July, the .regular meeting
! of the Commissioners’ Court of Wil-
, lacy county. All -bids must be ac-
companied by a certified check for
$25.00, which" will be returned to the
unsuccessful bidders upon the award-
ing contract. The check of the suc-
cessful bidder will be returned to the
bidder upon the execution of the con-
ti act. The court reserves the right
to reject any and all bills.
By order of the county commission-
ers court of Willacy county.
Given under my hand and seal, at
B. S. Duffield, Ex-officio
clerk of the Commissioners’ Court.
By R. A. Pollock, Deputy.
Best Place in the Rio Grande Vailey .
We serve the BEST for less money *
Try Us Once
“The Best Made for the
SAN BENITO, TEXAS.
Notice To Land Owners
If you are interested in clearing up yoiir hold-
ings in Willacy County,
DON’T FAIL TO SEE OR WRITE
THE RAYMONDVILLE TRUST COMPANY
We will supervise the clearing of your land,
the building of farm houses'and the drilling of
And also help you to rent your farm to
good reliable farmers.
There is a steady demand for rent farms
and we need more farms cleared to fill the
WE WILL GIVE YOU A SQUARE DEAL,
Here’s what’s next.
This issue can be searched. Note: Results may vary based on the legibility of text within the document.
Tools / Downloads
Get a copy of this page or view the extracted text.
Citing and Sharing
Basic information for referencing this web page. We also provide extended guidance on usage rights, references, copying or embedding.
Reference the current page of this Newspaper.
Johnson, Charles R. Willacy County News (Raymondville, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 24, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 14, 1923, newspaper, June 14, 1923; Raymondville, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth874871/m1/4/: accessed October 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Reber Memorial Library.