Collector Humphrays

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8,800 Liver be moat patients, remember Blng- find This given They of the say they and bladder known Address mention You notf delighted. -- (Adv.) LEGAL OFFICE OF COLLECTOR OP : CUSTOMS, Port o£ Galveston. Jan. 20. 1925: Notice is hereby given, as required under Section G07 of the Tariff Act of 1922. that proceedings to accomplish forfeiture of one Rco automobile truck, with spar* tire, Trill be proiecuted against said au- tomobllo truck, on account of certain liquors found therein-' by United SUtos Coast Guard officers on search of sold automobile truck at a point on the Rulf beach, about fourteen miles south- went of Oalveston. Tex., on Jan. 1J. 1926; Raid merchandise having been Introduced Into the United States from ». foreign country without compliance with requirements of tho law and in 1 violation of Section* 3061 and £032 of the Revised Statutes. Any . person claiming mid automobile truck Is hereby notified to file his claim with me, mt my office, within twenty days after the first publication of this notice, together with bond In the penal sum of '(250. with approved sureties, as provided for by Section 608 of Ihs Tfcrlft Act of 1022. If no such claim is fired or bond given as provided for In th^j section of the tariff uct cited, said automobile truck will be declared forfeited «nd will be sold at public auction. In front of the north floor Post Office Bcilding. Calveston. ot the Texas, at 10 . m.. on Feb. 27, 1SJS. R. W. HUMFHRETS. Collector of Customs. OFFICE OK COLLECTOR OF CUS- TOMd. Port of Galveston, Jan. 20. 1926: Notice Is hereby given, as required under section 607 of the Tariff Act of 1322, that proceedings to accomplish forfeiture of one Heo motor truck, with «pare tire, will be prosecuted against laid motor truck, on account of certain IIquor» found therein by U. S. Coast 2uard officeTM on search of said motor iruck at a point on- tho ffulf beach, about fourteen miles southwest of Oalveiton. Texas on. Jan. 12, 1926; said merchandise having been Introduced into th« Jnltod States from a foreign country without compliance with requirements o£ the law and in violation of Sections 3061 and 3062 of the Revised Statutes. Any person .claiming said motor truck Is Hereby notified to (lie his claim: with mo, at, my office, within twenty days otter tho first publication of this notice, together with bond In the penal sum of (260, with approved sureties, as pro- vlded for by Section 608 of the Tariff Act of 1922. If no such claim is filed or bond given as provided for in the section of the tariff act cited, said motor Lruck will be declared forfeited and will be sold at public auction In front of the north door of the Post Office Building, Galveston, Texas, at 10 a. m., oa Feb. »7. 1825. H. W. HUMPHREYS, Collectors? Customs. OFFICE OF COLLECTOR OF CUSTOMS, Port of Oalveston, Jan. 10th, 1925: Notice Is hereby given, as requlrtd under Suction 607 of the Tariff Act of 1922, that proceedings to accomplish 'orfelturo of-one Dodco · motor truck, on iccount of certain ltq.uors found therein hy United Stnti** Court Guard officfr* on search ot aaid motor truck at a. point on the a;ul£ bench, about fourteen miles southwest of Oalveston, Tei., on J»n. 12, 1926; aald merchandise having- been In- .roduced into the United State» from n orelcn country without compliance with requirements of the law and in violation of Sections 3061 and 3063 ot the Revised Statutes. .Any person clalmlnr said motor truck is hereby notified to file his claim with me, at my office, within twenty days after the first publication of this notice, tosether with bond In the penal sum of J2CO. with approved sureties, as provided for by Section 608 ot tha Tariff Act of 1922. If no such claim Is filed or bond given nn provided for In the section of the tariff act cited. ss.id motor truck will be declared forfeited anrt will be sold at public auction in front of the north door of the Tost Office Bulld- Inif, Oalveston, Tex., at 10 a. m., oa Feb. 27. 1025. R. W. HUMPHREYS, Collector of Customs. OFFICE OF COLLECTOR OF CUSTOMS, Port of Galveston, Jan. 20. 1926: Noilce Is hereby Klven, as required undtr Section 607 ot the Tariff Act of 1922. that proceedings to accomplish forfeiture of one frasoline motor--boat Ko. B-301. on account of certain liquors found therein by United States Coast Guard officers on search ot said motor boat at a point In West Oalveston Bny, about fourteen miles southwest ot Oalveston. Tex., on Jan. 12. 1925: said merchandise havlnir heen introduced Into the United States from a foreign country without compliance with requirements of the law and In violation ot Sections 3061 and 3062 of the Revised Statutes. Any person claim-- inff said motor boat Is hereby notified to file his claim with me, at my office, within twenty days after the first publication of this notice, together with bond In the penul sum of J250, with approved sureties, as.provided for by Section 608 ot the Tariff Act of 1922. It no such claim Is filed or bond given us provided for in the section of the tariff act cited, said motor boat will be declared forfeited ana will be sold at public auction In front of tha north 1 door of the' Post Offlc* Building, Galveston, Tex., at 10 a. IB., on Feb. 27. 1926. R. IV. HUMPHREYS. Collector of Custom*. NOTICE. THE GULF AND INTERSTATE ·RAILWAY COMPANY OF TEXAS. Galveston, Tex., Jan. 30. 1925. Notice is hereby eiven that tho

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  1. The Galveston Daily News,
  2. 05 Feb 1925, Thu,
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