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, one a railroad hold its', the McAIlen Acquires Many New Firms Since 79 Started (Special to The Herald) McALLEN, J a n . 19.--Seven businesses and two additions to present business houses in the t6wn section represent. - McAll'en'i contribution thus far toward Valley Valley prosperity in. 1929. Hooper's Store, recently moved here from Mission, will open at early date with a full stock of newest, creations in feminine., apparel. The Hooper store is located in Wright biiilding. The Valley. Citrus Land,company, ·of which A. J. Hollen'beck and J. McMillen are owners, is to begin operations immediately.' The iompany has the room on the, north side the Queen theater lobby, and will specialize in citrus lands, also farm and ranch lands and city rty. Pistol Pete's News stand is now its new building on Main street.- -cold drink fountain arid cigar counter counter have been added. In the south part of the building occupied by Pistol Pete's News stant the San Toy Slipper Shop is preparing to open its third; Valley store. . . ', Mr. and Mrs. Leo' Tiberghien opened a pastry shop in the business business district, known as Mrs. Tib's Bake-A-Kake Shop, featuring special orders on home-baked cakes and pies. ·Sidwell's confectionery wil loperi th« south room of the Queen lobby with cold drinks, cigars and ·candy. J. M. Colburn has moved his jewelry business to McAlleri from -and'is located in the Palace, theater building. The Blue Rose Beauty Parlor Is being "operated in the Valley Style Shop by Miss Clara Bells Hammerly and Mrs. Celia M. Higbee. A tailor shop soon will bs added to the Shop of Baum Westerman,

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  1. The Brownsville Herald,
  2. 20 Jan 1929, Sun,
  3. Page 2

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