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   Galveston Daily News (Newspaper) - January 4, 1927, Galveston, Texas                                THE GALVESTON DAILY NEWS, TUESDAY, JANUARY 4, 1927. 'IHBEi HOUSTON NEWS Tlio Houston of THE QALVESTON NEWS Is located la patch, (fifth floor) office 119. Telephone Preiton Dili, where tub- advertlKinenls, and other will Prompt rnminunleat tool aliatllri hv u-rltar- Subscriber K. Allen (fifth floor) office 119. Telephone Preston where tub- advertisements. and other will All communications ahould signed by writer. should complain If not by a. in. n Johnston. Bureau Mrs. Mildred Granger. 3o- orreiponrtenl (phoaft Htdtey esoclatlon of Ball Hlrh I School, It was announced fy the committee In charge. The includes: Mra. II. E. dlof. Mrs. F. E. Cheesborouffh and O. H. Seibel. JTTDGE EWING BOYD DISCUSSES GRANTING OF ORDER IN CHURCH DISPUTE. Associated .Houston, Tex., Jan. courts of Harris may have no Juris- diction over tlifi of. the Flrnt JSaptlBt Church, Judge Swing Boyd of tho fifty-fifth district court to- day. Judge Boyd late Saturday granted a temporary injunction restraining; Dr. J. B. pastor, and other officials of the church from drop- ping from the church rolls the names of thqse who refused to elsn a covenant adopted at a business meeting of the congre- CMlon somn fix weeks ago. A hearing on tho temporary re- straining order Is set for Jan. 11 beforo District Judge Charles B. A she. "I think the whole matter may be thrown out of Judge Boyd said. 'M am not at all sure that the courts have the necessary Juris- diction; nliurches are autonomous in- stitutions and are ruled by the votes of their congregations, "However, the original petition for the Injunction contained allegations which. If triift, Justify coUrt action." j he explained. COLONEL ASHBUKN TAKES NEW OFFICE IN HOUSTON Special to The News. Houston, Tex., Jan. 3, Colonel S. Ashburn, new .manager of the Chamber of Commerce, assumed his position this morning and called a meeting of employes as his firs! official act- In rt dhort- addrens Colonel Ash- burn explained that lie needed the co-operation ot every member of the. organization, and nald he con- templated no changes Jong i the concern functioned properly. A .meeting of department heads was held in Colonel Aehburn'B of- fice shortly after the general meet- ing. Five new of tlio organi- zation also took office today. They weru elected last month in a ballot by the membership. S00LE SAYS .ALLEGED MIS- TREATMENT OF INMATE TO BE INVESTIGATED. Ily Associated Prtu. Houston. Tex.. Jan. Attorney Horace Soula Indicated to- tfay that the Harris County Brand Jury would be. asked to Inveatlcate mistreatment, of a netro prisoner at the city prison farm. Harvey Crawford, 29 years old, fined HO on charges of vagrancy and filming, said he had been teaten with an Iron bar and that bis condition becfim.- such that the prison farm officials sent him to a hospital. The beating was adminis- tered, he said, OK H disciplinary SEW ILECOKU IS JIADK DV IIOUSTO.N IIAA'K DEPOSITS By Associated Prein. Houston, Tox., Jan. new peak record for all time was reached by Houston bank deposits In the bank call today as of Dec. 81, when the total reached ?147.- Tho previous high rec- ord was on Sept. 28, Figures of the current call show Increases of over those of the HQino date a year ago and of the name date two ago. The figures are regarded as im- pressive In the face of lowest cot- ton price levels In years, due to record production of that commod- ity. DISTRICT COUST OPENS JANUARY SESSION- GIVE WOMAN SUSPENDED TERM illlle Jones, "'bharffed'with theft felony, was given a two-year suspended sentence yesterday on the opening day of the January criminal term oMho fifty-sixth district court. Judgment was entered against s'lck Castro in the sum of J500 on two charges, one of theft felpny and one of burglary. Bond put up by T. aienefoe, R. F. Peden and J. H. eden was forfeited and a warrant sued for Castro's arrest. A jury verdict of not guilty was returned in the case of Joe Harts, charged with driving an automobile while Intoxicated. An Instructed ____ verdict of riot guilty was returnee By Tress. In the case of Dave Branch, charged Houston. Tex.. Jan. anl- 11 theft felony. main tit the Hermann Park zoo, Charges of thpft felony agalns caged tn prevent them from Pnt Dalton nnd Tom Watklna and a Ing. were spectators at a fight in charge of asaault to murder against IIRIUIAXX PARK ANIHAU AR WITJfESSKS AT FHK15-POH-A J. H. Ditto, in oharge of the farm, denied the c-harge. Ha asserted Crawford's Injuries were due to an altercation with another negro con- vict and to hifl own acts when ho was but partially conscious during an Illness. Ditto was appointed captain of the convict farm several months" ago in Place of Captain Connor, who was Indicted in connection with the death of Wiley Xlegler, a convict, iiegler died. It Is charged, after be- ng whipped by a convict guard.- The guard Is to in February on a change of venue to Bryan. TRINITY VESTRY ELECTS MEMBERS Four new members to the vestr; of Trinity Episcopal Church vrer. elected at tho annual pariah meet in? last nlffht at Eaaton Chapel Another feature of the meeting wa raadtnt; of reports from varloui church onranUattona. Thoie elected to serve on the try for. the coming three years wen Or. Edward Randal, Charlei Crock er, Peter B, Erhard and Fred Lansr ben. Retiring vestrymen are Fre< W. Catterall, Charles Fowler, A. J Dow anG Dr. Pred Aves. Reports from ihe following1 or Kanlsatlona were submitted: Worn, en'a Guild, the Little Helpers Church Periodical Club. Daughters of the Kinfr. Episcopal Cemeterj Association, Women's Auxiliary, Al tar Guild, tho Church League and the Younf? People's Service League The vestry consists of twelve members. Other members are Thomas Rice, William M. Morgan George N. Yard, P. If. "Wilson. Mari H. Ruyston, A- Parkins, R. M Slaa and Ben Phillips. Vestrymen serve a term of three years, with four new men elected annually The meeting waa opened with prayer by Rev. Ralmundo De Ovies, rector. CROSS-WORD PUZZLE REDUCED SCALE OF LIGHT RATES NOW EFFECTIVE New scale electric llthtlng- rates with reductions ranging- from 21 to 12% per cent, have Sone into effect with tho New Year as announced last month by the Galveaton Elec- tric Company, which chose this means to present ChristmaH gifts to thousands of users of electricity. Each-day metera In different sec- tions of the city are read and bllla sent out during the month will be computed by means of the new rate scale. Economies in operation brought about by the Brush Company merffer with the Galveston TDIec- trlc Company and interconnection of Oalveaton, Webater, ship channel plants enabled the low- ered rates to he made, U was an- nounced. ;K c 'w RURAL SCHOOLS GET STATE AID Additional special stale aid hi been granted five rural nchooli. ac- cording to County Superintendent O. B.'Kennedy. The special'aid is for payment of teachers' salaries... The schools receiving aid In the last allotment are: Dickinson, no-   Hi umo mirk of Bvcr Uiuulicuto or of Around the City j Contractor J. P. gangs poured concrete for the'gan at the Texas City cut-off curve on New Year's Day, completing: the first sec- tion, between Virginia Point and the crossing south of La Marque. During the next several weeks the contractor will "dresa" the job and lay tha balance of the shell shoulder. Laying of tlie five-foot-shoulder on FIRST MAHJUAGE; LICENSH The first marriage license of 1927 was Issued Xcw Year's Day by Coun- ty Clerk George F. Burgess to Ed- win Butler and Mfse Effle Busbey. SCHOOL HOARD MEETIWG. A called meeting of tho board of school trustees will be held this morning at 9 o'clock In the office of John Neethe. president, United States National Hank building, according to announcement made by Edwin Bruce, secretary. CAH STOLEN. Miss Billy Davis, 2327 Avenue G. last night reported to police thai her Chrysler von da tor had been itolc-n from a local garage some tima since Dec, 31. The license number was given as and the cnglno number as 326D. KI WAN TANS 31 KEMP. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. N. Spurway and Mine Lldy Voss will present a, musi- cal program at today's meeting- of the Klwnnifl Club, which will be held at o'clock al the Y. W. C. A. The program will bo In charge oC W. It. Roberts, F. H. Colby, Jim Parke nnd Lee Boddeker. A full attend- inco haf been urged by Secretary E. W. Comvny. MANY ARRESTS MADE. Police reported -124 arrests during December, with .-Srunk charges, like Ben Adhem, "leading- nil the rest" with n total of 126. Vagrancy charges followed with a total of 78. Other charges were divided as fol- ows: Assault to murder, 10; bur- glary, 10; murder, 1; robbery by as- sault, 6; theft, felony and misde- meanor, 23. KUPSA BENDERS VERDICT. Justice of the Pence 31. M. Kupsa yesterday rendered a verdict of riath duo to Chronic myocarditis in connection with tho sudden death Sunday morning of Georgn Berry, no- rro. 2817 Avenue D, formerly oC Fla. negro foil into a Jalnt In tho hallway of the house nnd died before reaching the hoppi- al, according to pollen reports. HOUND OVER. H. R. Ooller, charged with negli- gent homicide in connection with the running down on DPC. 28 of ey Nichols, S-yeftr-old negro boy. was yesterday bound over lo he grand Jury in the Hum of following an examining trial before Justice of tho Pence R. M. Kupsa. 'ipr for John Rengnn Jr. la for tills morning. Fred Williams, charged with driving while Intoxi- cated, Is to receive n hrnrlng Friday. AftciR TTRUIT. The possibilities of High Island ns cltrua fruit producing center were I cm on at rated yesterday, when George E. Smith displayed a largo of tho fruit which ho had grown there. In the were a lumber of fine looking orangod, in- Imllng n. large variety of Sntsumns, .nd a luifrn Pondcrosft lemon grown n a tree planted olghtoon yearn ngo. icrordlng to Mr. Smith, three or our lemon pirn can hn made from mo of the BO lemons. j and directly .within the province ft the state highway department, the county can do nothing In. way .if repairs or maintenance without per- mission. In the past this permis- sion has been very reluctantly granted by the state in nevarl in: stances. The state Is supposed to maintain The Tremont Motor Company new automobile agency, which wl dle Moon and Diana cars, wl open tomorrow. It has btiun an ibunced by tho proprietors, J, A Jerslg and Charles Hallam. Th company will bo located at 714 Tre nont.''street at the site formerly oc ted by the Freed Auto Suppl Company. Extensive remodeling work 0! salesroom has been done anc Attractive decorations have been Installed In tho Interior. The com' pany will be distributors for tin Moon 6-60 and Diana. Straight Elgrh automobiles. A complete line automobile accessories, Goodrich tires and tubes, gasoline. Mobile oi and vulcanizing equipment will bi carried, while free road, service wll be fflven. According to the. pro priotors. both of whom have been In the automobile business for years the motto of the concern will bo "Our Service Satisfies." A general invitation to visit th. salesroom has" been extended. Thi cars are modeled after well-knowi European types, It was stated Both cars Incorporate many unusual features both in body types an' power equipment All latest safety features are included, while low centers of gravity further Insure, against accldeut. Attractive color combinations with interior designs to harmonize arc offered. Cars wll be available" for demonstration, the proprietors say. INSTALL HEW OFFICERS OF DE MOLAY CHAPTER Newly elected officers of Galvea- ton Chapter, Order of DeMolay, were Installed at ceremonies- held lasi night at Scottish Rite--Cathedral, The ceremonies were public In> na- ture, and a large number-of visltori were In attendance. O. C. Trout Jr is the new master councillor, while Erie Harlan is scribe'. RHEUMATISM present there are no state msn ii the county, it was said. Tho only hope county officials have that the road may be repaired is tlie possi- bility .of a favorable chansi In thu personnel of the state highwiv com- mission or the frrantlnsr oC authority to the county to do the work anc _ then bill the state. It was said th; j with the present budget the county either, aide of the paving haa vlr-j wll, be unable to expend nny money tually been completed between the cut-off curve and the La Marque From the cut-off curve to the causeway the road, will have a twelve-foot 'shoulder on the south side and a five-foot shoulder on tlie north elde, making the highway thirty-seven feet wide between these points. This will make tba road I sufficiently wide to take care of the heavy summer touriat traffic. Open to Traffic. The newly pavud portion of the road is open ulong Us entire length with the exception, of a abort stretch between the. causeway and tbe first culvert and at the Texas on repair work. Mortuary Reports j City cut-off curve. These portions be opened In closed about three weeks, aftar the concrete has settled sufficiently. The contracting firm of J. Kempter Ho. hn.ii started building" diverts on the Island portion of the highway, and when this work is fin- ished actual paving1 will be started. It Is expected with good weather this section will be completed in time for tho spring1 rush. Dnpinecr W. H. McCnll nnfl hie crow have surveyed about twelve miles of the Bolivar-High Island roud, and although they linvo expe- rienced some delays because of the recent rains, they probably will com- plete the survey by the eml this services for Ed- ward Nicholas Moors. 73 years old, who died Sunday morning1 after a brief were held yesterday afternoon at the residence; 1209 Twenty-first street, with Rev. Vic- tor Albert, pastor of First Lutheran Church, officiating1. Interment was In IJikeview Cemetery. Mr, Moors liad been employed as a 'deputy in the office of Tax Collector W. C. Lothrop for several years and In re- spect to him the office closed yes- terday for half a day and the court- house flag: wns flown at half mast. Members of' Galveston Lodge No. 3. Knights of Pythias', of which Mr. Moors was a member, were pres- nt the funeral. Mr. Moors had resided here since 1865. month. The rout being1 surveyed runs parallel to the Gulf Inter- state Railway tracks. County Ennlneer C. C. Wnthlng- ton admitted yesterday ITirfi, Santa Fe was in had shajve, but declared that the county haj no au- thority from the state highway de- partment to keep It In rupalr. A previous agreement with tho high- way drpnrtment expired Dec. 31, lift Tfl Stntr l As thin road la n state highway, I Hock the baby's bank 1 if you don't miss OID mw Queen Wednesday RIDE TEIE INTERURBAN Between Galveston and Houston and Convenient EVERY HOUR ON THE HOUR nicctssfalty treated by the MNABtNE treatment SMD ox GUMAKTEID m HOHET BACK RAH DWOOUIM SENT WSTHIMtSOfcrM UT tUflOMMT THf INAailME CO. COtSKUtA, TEW J. J. SCHOTT DRUG CO. XOTIOR HTOCKHOLDEB3. GUU, COLORADO AND KANTA FE RAILWAY COMPANY. By order of the directors of com- pany Is hereby given tho Block- holders thnt a apeclal meeting of the atockholdera of the Quit. Colorado and Santa Fe Railway Company will bo held at this company's office In the City ot GalvoBton. Stato ol Texas t day of February, 1927. betwee ot 10 a. m. and 4 p. m.. to c act on tho question of the approval of a lea'e of the entire mil road and prop- efty .of. Gulf, Beaumont Kansas City Railway Company, ot a leaii of the en- tire railroad and property of the Gulf' Beaumont Great Northern Railway Company, and of a lease ot the entire railroad and property of tne Gulf and Interatate Railway Company of Texas, to this company upon such and conditions In each ot said leases as shall be determined by the prasldent or a vice president of tbJa company and shall be approved by the Interstate Com- merce Commission OHO. N. YAJID, Secretary. H OLDBRS THE GULF AND INTERSTATE RAIL- WAT COMPANY OP TEXAS, call of the Directors, notice is hereby given -tho Stockholders that a mcetlns of the Stookholders of llie Gulf and Interstate Railway Com- pany of Texas will be held at'thls'Com- pany'r. offlcu in the City of Qolveaton, County of Galventon, State of Terns on ,he 29th day of January. 1827. between ho hours nf 10 o'clock A. M. and I'clock P. M., to consider and act on the "istlon of the approval of Throw off that Cold by taking Klok-Lax Don't go around choked up with a cold this winter! Talc a Klok-Lax at tlrn of distress and you will throw it of f. Stop using- sickening drugs that get your stomach all out of fix. You have got to clean out the clogged wastes In your inteatlnes end start a free bowel movement baforo >ou can get rid of a cold. Klok-Lax U the new. improved way to treat a cold. It thoroughly cleans out your entire 28-foot Intek- tlnal canal.' Then the moat able cold will disappear. Better aUU. keep your cleaned om all the your- purified by taking the chances yoa! will never take a cold. Everybody Is using KlQk-Lajf now! It's the thorough, effective1 way to keep from having That's why It la the best treat- ment for colds. Get Klok-Lox at any good Bint, NO. Btata of or Any Constable ot Oalreiton Qe.Hi therefor "having mado aa required by law, you ant y .commanded that, by publication i citation In MO mo newspaper pub- J. F. Parker. Addle Parker, wlfa of J. F. Parker; T. S. Parker. Ueoelo Parker, wlfft of T. S. Parker; Wal- ton, E Van Zant, Ed Gantry, Qaorae P. Garrison. J. W. Gaaton. E. or wlfo of J. W. Gallon; -W. Oatton. A. H. ORiton, Mury M: ej. romo aole, and 3. Winfrey, to ba and appear before tbo dfatrlct court. Tenth Judicial DUtrlct, to holdan in and for tha aforesaid County of Galreiton tit tha courthouse thereof, n the City of Galvemon, at the next rec- ular term of said court, to-wlt: On the "Irst Monday In February, 1B27, then and :hcro to answer tha first amended orle- ual petition ot American National Inour- tnco Company ciC Golveiton, Tex., a. coY- wratlon. plaintiff, filed In court on 10th day of November, 1926. and umbered cu the docket or aald court 41.- 6S. agalnat tha aald p. Pnrltor. J. P. Addle Parker, wife of J. F. Par- ker; T. S. Parker, Boaalo Parker, wlfo of T. S. Parker; P. L. Walton. B. Van oa, wife of J. TV. Gaaton; A. W. Oastou, E. Goaton. Mary M. Jones, a feme L. S. Winfrey and Aaron R. ROUB- leau and wife. Mlrtle Rousseau: W. H. iarston or Hugh Hariton and tola wife. Blanche Harston; P. lj. Imbodon. m bod en Oil Company, Incorporated, Sln- lalr Oil and Qaa Company. Magnolia. Pe- roleuni Company. J, M. or Munroe ToungblQGd and Ma wife. V. T. Young- blood: Dawooti Whltebead, W, J. Collins and hla wife. Ora Collins: Buearn Moody. as substitute trustee; May field Alford Company. Limited, a corporation; May- leld Alford Company, a corporation; 1L "Kngerga nnd Hade Kangerga, co-part- irs. doing business under tha name and tyla of M. Kangerua 4 Brother; 0. M. Bennlo Whittihead. wife of Daw- 'hltoUoad; H. B. Boarden, trustee; )r. T. Doason. Hall Wood. b. W. Blay- .trustee: L. W. Chvons and Evarett Owena. co-uartnera. dolnir business un- r tha namo and style of Oaoraa Lumber and Loan Company: M. A. oa. or Wlno. Parker, wife of L. P. Parker; A. TroodKlll and Patrice TreadRlll, D. V. March, It. M. Orlffln, Pertlun D. ormorly Pertlua D. Winfrey; J. W. or J. I. Hudson, L. Ij. Jonra. Leo Pool and B. Pool', hla wife, defendants, and allee- nr. In BU be tan co. aa That heretofore, to-wlt: On or about he 3rd day. of AuRuat. 1918. tho defend- ut Aaron R Romseau, and wifo. Mlrtle Rouaatau, made, executed and delivered :ertaJu promissory nota for the Thousand (14.000.00) Dol- ara. btarlnf date on the day and year foreould, payable to the order of the i lain tiff. American National Insurance Company of Qalveston, Tex., .dua and layablo flvo years after date, bearing; ln- ernt at tho rato of nine per cant per .nnum from date and providing for-ton cent additional on amount-of irlnclpal and Intorost then due-as attor- tey'a fees If placed la tlio Hindu of an itornir for collection, and that the fol- owlnr Is a copy of ikld note, J4.000.00, Gaavestoh. Tex.. Aucust 3rd. ,16. years after dnte. for vnlua ecelved, nromlis to pay to tho order f the AimiUOAN NATIONAL JNSUR- 3IGB COMPANY of Oalveoton. 'our Thousand (14.000.00) Dollars, with itereit thereon from at tho rate f nine per cent per annum, payable ually on the 3rd' day of Aucust. Prln- Ipal and Interest: are payable at the fnce of said Insurance company. In Qal- etton.. Texas. This note la for a oan of Four Thouaand 00-100 Dollart. and Is neeured by .a Deed of to Prank Webb. of even ate herewith, on S17.E acres of land In Runh County. Teaaa, and Is subject to U the and obligations In Mid )eed ot Trust. Failure to pay this nota t Hi maturity, or any Installment or In ereat thereon when due, shall, at the ?tion of .holder, mature air notes Us day given by us, secured bl- eed of Trust. Principal and Inti lall bear Interest at the rnto of ar cent par annum from maturity ltd. And we huroby specialty arree thai thl.i note placed In the handa ol n attorney for collection, or If collected y lejal proceedings, to pay ten per ant additional on tue principal and In- rest due thereon as collection fees. (SOD.) Aaron R. Rouaseai (SQ-D.) Mlrtle Rousmau. That on ur about the 3rd day oC Au- ist, IB16. the said defendants. Aai llouaseau and MJrtle.. Rouiseau. Ife, made, executed arid delivered _ rtaln deed of trust for the purpoae of onal ujcas. In ine prompt bove note, v nd Interest thereon, whi aron R. Rousoeau antl Ml .vlfs, after rvcltlnfr to the aald plaintiff. ,LEGAL NOTICES. tract of land. Thence eaat 67J a. stake. Thence north 810 vri. a athbft from which a aireet cunt brs, 65 E. S vra. a red oak bra. north fit eaat TH yrs, Thencft west 87! vra. to place of beginning, on boundary of grant, cqntainlne one hundred acres1 of land, lest. Blxth tract: Also one certain trsct of land deeded to D.i Hudson by II. J. Jurrull, and described! as follows: All that tract or parcel oCi land lying In Rusk County. btlne a part of the Napancia Vlllareali league and labor. Dsslnninc at tha S. K. corner of the Has. llaberry tract of' 160 acres. Thence east 1341 vra. to a.- slake. Thenos north 821 vrs, to stake.! ivest 1144 vra. to south 924 vra. to a stake and the of beginning; ind contalnlnc by ntirvey: deeded off of the to W. A. Parker, mditlons _________res of 1...... _rth aide of said land: upon tha trust and I In said deed or- truit, a copy of ivnlch la hereto attached! marked Exhibit A and made a part here-l of, that said deed of trust was duly re-' corded In the office of the County Cleric, of Rusk County, Texas, on tho 5th day! Awcuat. 1MB, tn the Deed of Trust) locords of eald county. In Volume G.I lapoa 614 rt that .intd deed of iruuci ten waa given to secure the prompt pav-' ment of tlie above described note and that same thereupon became, and stlir Is. a1 valid and aubalstlne lien upon the nlioi-o' described premises. The plaintiff further allecea, that oiti or about ihe 28th day of June. A. D. laid A. R. .Rousseau and Mlrtle Rons-! his wife; for a valuable consider- tttlon. by an Instrument In wrltlnr. entered! into an aureement with ihe plalntlfr.i American National Insurance plaint Comp of Oah-eston County. Texag. extending time of naymant of the note herefnbc-i core mentioned to the 3rd day of August.- 1934. which said extension OKreomant was! duly In the office of the Counlv Cleric of Aotlt County. Texai. on the BtUi day of November. In Volume K. pajto! SB or the Deed Records of said county to the record of which said extension reference Is hereby made for' 1 purposes. That plaintiff further alleges thatj default has buon mado in the Install-! lenrs of Interest on said promissory note, i became due and payable on the 3nli day of Autust. ID24. 1825 and and said Injtalhnenls of Interest are nowi past due and unpaid and Uiu plaintiff, ex-i his option the owner lolder of aald note to mature the irliola! ount nf principal and Interest matured and declared dutt and pav- "le nrhifln was uaId.'upon the principal of'Vaid on the 18th day of January, 1823, and on April 16, 1B23. tbe sum of JSf all int .nd payable thereon according to tho faoo and tenoi proralnsary' note, and there la now duo' and payable thereon 'the' sum of 'Pour' Thousand lens credit aa of data of Jan. 16, i923. oft (364.60 and a credit an of date of April' the ins the said plaintiff, American Na- i insurance Company, of Gal vest on, mal In ;xaa, as evidenced to Franlt Webb, aa uatee, tho deacribfld-land and eiuiaes lylne and being situated in tho ot Rusk and Btate of Toxsa. to- t: Tracts Nos. 1 and 2, beina a part tho N. Vlllareal and Faulkner head- Sht survsys. about 18 miles S. E. of ondaraon: First tract t Betinnlns- at the ist cornor of said ViTlareal league, west with the W. B. L. of said CEO varas to W. M. N. E. rner, brs. EOuth 7Jtt W. to B. 6 vrs. and 8. 4 K. to a B. J. 5 2-3 vm. ence south to M'. Baiter's east line 76 -vrs line not chained to Blake lire. 30 W. to ft B. J. 6 In. dla. brs. S vra. d S. 58 B. to a plna IE In. din. i. Thence east to stake on B. B. said leaffuc. bearing N. plln 3 vrs. 8. C g 2 3-3 vrs. containing 122 ai Bocond mo of {80.00-wJth 'fntert.... principal from the 3rd day oC. August. 1S23, and thii said, defendants. Aaron R. Rousseau Mlrtle Rousneau., ii" wife, though .often requested, havo iltherto failed and refused and still re- fuse to pay tho sum or any part there- in, all of which has resulted tn plain- tiffs damage in thn sum. of Three Thon aand. Five Hundred Fifty-five and 40-100 Dollars, and Interest thereon at the rato or nine-per cent per annum from, the 3rd day, of AuaTust, 1S3J. That the plaintiff has paid the utatw and county tares levied and assessed against the premises hereinbefore de- icrlbnd for the years 1920 both -ncluilye, and that .thera la due and nay- ftble-tha oUto countyrtaiea avalnet premiaes. fon tho .year -IBSfi the ount of which. Ihe plaintiff Is'unable but It alleges that It win bs required to pay tha same, and that under the and provisions of said deed of trust tho plaintiff la entitled to re- cover tho amount thereof, with Interest thereon In addition to. the nmount ot principal and Interest due on said prom'ls- K B. B. U ra. and 8. 65 E; to a, pine oap- GEO. N. YARD, Secretary. ADMIMSTRATIUX'S .NOTICE. Eatata of Henry George Brockwav. also known as William Morris, formerly of Qalveiton. late ot Manor Town- County, Pennsylvania, Bhlp. Lancasi daceascd. Lectors of admlnlstratl, ot tho said decedent, iv.... 2Sth, 1926, having been granted tu tho nil Indcbtod there- are requested to ma tee Immediate payment, and all those havlnn claims demands n gainst the same, or any In- terest In tho said estate, will without delay for settlement to tho underslsmed. care of Charles O. Baker, 33 North Duke Street Lancast i- KATE BROCKWAY. Administratrix. CHARLES G. BAKER, Attorney. AUCTION SALE Thursday, Jan. 6, 1927, BAGS OF FLOUR EX SS. ANTONIO LOPES nt 11 n. m., on Pier 32, Gnlvcston, Tex. Hold for account, of whom It may cunccni. AH more or less dnmnffofl by wntcr. Sold in lots to suit ns Is, tvhcro It lays, nnd for what H will bring. Terms, spot rash, (inlrcston cxcli.inuc. For fnformnUon RCO W, N. FRITTER NOTICE STOCKHOLDERS. GULF. BHAU.MONT AND GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY. On call of sreby Riven the Stockholders that apeclnt meeting of the H too It of CJiilf. neaumnnt and Great Northcn Rillwoy Company will DP held at this Company's otrice in tho City of Beau- mont. State of Texas, on tho first day of February. 1927, bomeen the ot 10 A. M. and 4 P. M. to consider and net on tho question or tho approval of a of entire rsllmad and prop- erty of thin Company to Oulf. Colorado and Santa Fe Railway Company upon such tnrms and conditions Ra ehnll lie found by the Interstate Commerce Com- to be Just and reasoiiahle In the promises. GEO. W. MORGAN. SecrotP.ry. XOITOB GULF1. HHAUMONT AND KANSAS CITY RAILWAY COMPANT. On call of the dlroctorn. notice Is here- by given tho Stockholders that a apeclal meetlnt of the Stockholders of Qnlf, Beaumont KnnaAB City Rallwty Company will hold nt thlc Comptny't ffflro In thu City ot Dnnumont, State ot Texas, on first day of Febnmry 1917, between the of 10 A. W 4 P. M. to consider act on tho quea- llon of tho npprovnl of a Uant of entire railroad and property of th1a Com- pany to Oulf, Colorado and Banta Fe Hnllway Company upon nuch terms and conditions an ohall bo found by the In- terniatA Commerce CommlAiian to just nnd rrnsonnhln In the premlien. GRO. W. MORGAN, ScnreUrr. ice -S. 87 E. vrs. to the K. B. L. of said Faulltner survey. B. J. 20 In. din... south 3S K. 3 vra. hickory S. 50 W. 13 vrs. Thence south 411 vrs. to S. B. corner of said Faulkner survey. I W. 497 to beginning, containing 41.67 acres of land, more or IMS. Third traot; The following described tractjOf land. uated "about 10 miles touthoast from Hen- derson, in Rusk County, Texas, being a part of tho John Welch survey, bounded as follows: Welch follows: Beginning varas nort the southwest cornar of said Jo orthweat hn urvey at the north 115.8 acres of aald m .nd claimed by O. C. Welcn. a poat oalc bears N. 44 W. 1.2 voraa and a. black Jack S. 13 B. 3 varas. Thance eait 1366 varaa with the north Ilna of G. C. Welch's tract to the east line of tha John Welch survey, a poet oak. B. 2 varas and a black Jack S. J3 W. SU varaa. Thence nwrth 475 varaa with the east line of tho John Welch survey to the eouthaait comtr ot a 100-acre tract of said survey conveyed l.y K. D. and X. J. BarefUld to T. J. Welch by deed recorded on pages 76-7 of Vol. 68 of Hiuk County Deed Records, a Pino N. 68 W. 4ft varaa and of a plna 8. 36 W. B varac. Thence W. 136E Tfl ran with the south lino cf aald field traci to Ita coitthweat corner on tha line of tho John Welch survey, a pine N. 13 W to the placo ot beginning containing 115.6 acres of land and being the same land intended to be convoyed In tho above recited deeds. Fourth tract: Belnff a littrt of the Jicaclrljtit survey of R. Brown, 4fi E. of Henderson, at thi N. K. U. of lrt by Dr. T. Dtason tc D. A. Jackson, 602 varas west of the N, E. C. of said Brown survey, a pnst oak 34 In. E. vnroo. pine 21 In. dla. brs. S. 71 W. 3.8 vrs. Thcnco 3. 583 vrr, to corner on S. B. L. of eald Brow Jack S. 34 E. varaa. Thence south 476 varaa with t line of the John WeTch survey ey red oak IS S. 85 IJ. pine dla. N. 41.4 K. 7 vrs. 41! vrs, to corner in center of Henderson and Brachfleld road. Pine K. 77V W. 1.3 vrs. Ii. J. S. Cl Vf. 4 vrs. Tfienc. 40 W. followlnft Kvld road 310 Thence N. 13 W. mill following wld road 303 vrs. to a stake on S. B. L.' of said Drown survey, red oak H.-70 E. 10 vrs. black Jack 3. 53 H K. ll.l vra. Thenco 8. 70 E. 10 black jack S. E3U E. 11.8 vri. Thencc east flis vre. to of beginning, Containing B7J.i acren of land, moro or lens. Fifth tract; lining 16 milrs B. 20 E. from Hpnrt.Tf.on, aim described as folfowit, and being a part of the N'. Vlllarral hcnrfrlfiht. for onu' Icaguo mj Ubor. Beginning 604 vrs. from N- W. corner of the wwt boundary line of grant, c from which a sweet rum bean. 8, 80 B. 44 a That tha-plc-Intiff. American National' Insurance Company of Galveston. .Tessa i has placed safd note In the hands of; Frank S. an attorney, for col- ectlon. find contrabted to pay-him-1 tlio ten psr cent stipulated In said note, tho same neinc reasonable and usual and customary fee. The plaintiff further alleges that all OL the dtfcndantj) have, or claim to have, some Interest in or lien upon the mort- gaged premlsM hereinbefore deacrlbed. which interest or llpn. If any, Inferior to tha-Han of. the plaintiff's said deed trust and aubject thereto. Plaintiff further that for value f -jcelved. on or about tha.lCth day of January, A. D.; 1823, .that It executed ai r. qult- unio me defendants, Aaron R. and Mlrtle Rousseau, their heirs! or analf-ns, all of the. right, title and' ln-i wrest In and to the tract of 115.8 acres herembofore deacrlbed as Tract No. f3) from nt the deed ol ust hereinbefore referred to. that the de-j this (petition! 'and that I Bgfclnef Aaron R. Rous-( seau and-Mlrtlo Rouwoau. his ts delit, intTtst. and coat' jf milt and that tha plaintiffs said deed. )C trust lion be foreclosed according to-: aw ngulnst the described i and nnd piymises an anralnat atr of tho; ndants herein, and that, the same be; to ho noid aoiordlnr to latrj thatl irlff' other offlcsr oeontSoff tbo! if ealo ah nil piano Durcliader of! "1 order of! thirty date or r.nd.for such! o'.hiir cr furtlier relief, special and gen-, oral. In and m equity lhat It'-iaayl hi'-jusUy cinltltU to. aa Is morn fully aetf forfn m.aald. now on flla In my{ office. Herein fair not. but havo you then and there, before 'nald court, this writ, with your return thereon, showing how you have executed the Uame. iBSued this the 28th of December, A. D., C. GENOLER, Clerk of the District Court of Galviutton. County. Given under my hand and Tho eeal of court, at office. In TOXKS, this the 2Stli day of A. D.. 19SU. (Attest) (Seal) Clerk of Dia------------------------------------ By E. T. HOLMAN. Deputy Clerk. A truo copy I certify: B. H. KIRK. Sheriff of Gatveeton County. By C. J. ALLBN, Deputy N, BE, 7 .via, xW (ifl VM. alonx tia tctnaary U ca THH UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT, for the Southern District of Taxaa. United States of America. Owner of the Steamship "Toungstown. vi. Ono Anchor and Fifteen Fathoms of Chain Marked "B. C. 2935; 47-19-20. No 1296. In Admiralty. In obedlenco to a warrant of seizure to me directed. In the above-entitled cause. I have eelxed and taken Into my possession the following-described anchor and fifteen fathoms of chain, to-wlt: Ono anchor and fifteen fathoms of chain, for the causes aet forth In the- libel nov peuuing In the V. 3. District Court for the Southern District of Texas, nt Galvciton, Texas. I hereby sire no- ticfl to nil persnns claiming the. sold. described anchor and chain, or knowing or anything to say why tha nama should not condemned and felted, and the proceeds thereof trlbuted Rccordlns to the prayer of libel, that they bo and r.ppear before tho court, to be held In and for tho Southern Dfotrtot of tit the St a ten couitroom. In Cltv of Gal- veaton on thu I4th day -of January, 1927, at 10 o'clock on the forenoon ot that day. If the shall he a day of Jurisdiction, othfnvtftq on the dar of Jurisdiction fh-areafter, then and there to Interpoio a claim for the sama, and to make their In that be- R. A. C. S. MarsHhl. Bouthsm District Terat. By W. R. HIOKTOWOR; Dttputy. j NOTICE. The annual election o' nine directors, t tho Qaiveston Trust and Safe Depoilt i o., to wirve for the year, will 1m held on Monday. Jan. 10. 1911, be-' twern houri of 11 o'clock a. m, anfl j 13 o'clock m. at the office of the com-l pany. J1EJNRY QCHnOBDBR, Saoratarr. Galvrnton. Tor., Jan. 4, 1917. THE DAILY   

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