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To Make l^oom For Spring Goods j I will Continue a SPECIAL SALE For the next few days Headquarters for Mexican Curios. Mexican Drawnwork in original patterns / Remember, Comer of 12 th and Wash ington Streets. M. SAHUALLA Washington Street Opposite Herald Lft* t f| r .. ...—..... .. . . An Eye For Beauty Is whst you get when you make a pun-ham* at this store, no matter how small or large it may he. If you are anxious for a particu larly new idea in jewelry for a gift lor any occasion, you will find It here. REED JEWELRY AND OPTICAL CO Reed Jewelry & Op tide Company Mason Grain C >. Oats, Com, Bran, Chops Alialfa, Sorghum, Ei»c. TRY OUR RICE BRAN AND MOLASSE9 NO FEED EQUALS IT / ■' A WATERING TROUGH FOR YOUR HORSE AND ICE WATER FOR YOU. NO TROUBLE TO QUOTE PRICES. : : 1215 LEV1E STREET BROWNSVILLE, TEXAS EL CIPRES MBS F'G GARZA, SUCCESSOR TO CELFDONIO GARZA STAPE AND FANCY GROCERIES _ _. j FREE DELIVER*Phone S10 ...... DITTMANN’S , THEATRE 3 NIGHTS Starting Mon. Jan. 29 I »Inew plays-new musics t^NEW SPECIALTIES^ Monday night, the Hig Comedy Sur prise • ONE GIRL IN A THOUSAND” Tuesday night, the (Ireal Emotional Play, * THE UTTLE HOMES 'EAD” I Wednesday night, the Sensational Society Drama • DRIFTED APART” PRICKS 25, 50, 75 Seats at Pulegnats ....—.1 .. *-** + * + *♦*** V + * V ♦ * HERALD WANT ADS *******♦**♦**+*** i|cM).Y|H—Furnish'd. IfOO Jeffer son at. 1 -24-101 FORSALE.— Large bouse with garden, in Matamoros, one blork from plaza. Apply N. Herald office 18-3Otd 4tw FOR SALK.—From 100 to 650 acres of land, with sweet surface water, 1-4 mile from Sebastian Sta tion on main line of St. Louis Brown sville and Mexico R. R. Irrigation canal will reach it shortly Address P. O. Box 154 or call at 816 Adams St. 12-30.tf. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.— A tract of 2 42 1-2 acres of land 2 1-2 miles below city of MaXamoros on Rio Gramle River with permit to | take water from the river for irriga tion purposes. I60 ac res cleared and now prepared for cotton planting, 35 bora* power gasoline engine in good order, canals and laterals in first class order on the land—Id mules, wagons and farming implimenxs will sell cheap. Also have a few small I tracts near the city of Brownsville j with water rights, j 19 tf E. H. Goodrich & Son. FOR SALE. Forty-four acres fine ! irrigated land »t Llano Grande. Tex I as in the heart of Rio Grande Valjey Irrigated section. Two and one half j miles from railroad. Title guaranteed ; Price 160.00 per acre cash This of i fer good until February 3rd. Address P O. Box 7«»2 Brownsville, Texas. FOR SALE—White le*ghorn eggs. $1.00 per setting; 4 incubators, one pair bronze turkeys. Mrs. Bellinge by, Brownsville. l-24-5t WA NT El i — We want an office manager who can furnish A No. t re ferences and has $1,000.60 in cash to invest. Georgia Loan & Investment Co.. Tifton, Ga. 27-2tj FOR SALE—Two tots and small house, centrally lo ated; near pas senger depot Inquire Everson Gar age. l?27-30t SALESMEN WANTED to look af-j let our Interest in Cameron and ad jacent counties. Salary or com mis-1 »ian. Address The Harvey Oil Co., j Cleveland, Ohio. 1-27-1 tw --* $?:. BUYS furniture five room1 house for reut. 113 St. Charles st.| l-27-3t ' . ■ .. The Little Homestead. The charming actress, Miss Hasel Woods, and the Woods' Sisters Big Company of Favorites, under the di rection of Otto H. Krause, will open a three nights* engagement ai Ditt niann's Theatre. Monday night, Jan uary 29. The opening play will be the big comedy surprise, “One Girl in a Thousand.” On Tuesday night the great emotional play, “The Little Homestead.” will be given. The I,it tie Homestead Is uow In it* third year. 8!i#e it* first pro duction it has been enthusiastically greeted by large audiences through out the country, playing two and three return engagements in many of the cities. The Little Homestead is from the pen of W. B. Patton, au thor of The Minister's Son. The Last Rose of Summer, etc. It deals with life in New England. No section of our great country affords better op portunity for character drawings and chaining love story incidents. The play has received unstinted prise from the critics everywhere that it has been presented, and promises to live longer in the hearts of Ameri can thearte-goers than any stage picture of New England life ever written. Wi'h its realistic setting1* and capable interpretation by an un usually talented company. The Little Homestead is one of the most popu lar successes of the day. Ou Wednesday night the sensa tional society drama “Drifted" Apart.” Seats now selling at Putegnat's | Drug Store. Price* 23, 50 and 73c. Who Wants a Heg-iit'red Jersey Bull When I disposed of my highly bred Registered Herd to Mr. Richard Eck ert of York town. Texas, one year ago, for an average price of $2."»4.00 each. I reserved one Hull for use among a few select animals. Not being able to use him snot her season, I am now offering him for a quick sale, regis tered and transferred, at the low price of $100 f. ot b, Goliad, Texas This animal is strictly an Ameri can bred St. Lambert Bull, being « grandson of the celebrated KING of ST. LAMBERTS KINO; a double Gr. GRANDSON OF KING OF SAINT LAMBERT and OONAN S TORMEN TOR, and strong in the blood of IDAS RIOTER OF ST LAMBERT. ALLIE OF 8T LAMBERT. TORMEN TER STOKE PCMi 18 and TORMEN TOR, whose combined tested Daugh ters number over 100 head. The dam of this animal is one of the ‘best milk and butter cows in Texas today; he is now just past four years of age, guaranteed to lie sound and perfect in every way; of gentle disposition end a good handier. He is also immune to TK’K Fever. Write at onc(, to W. M SEELIGSON, JR., Goliad. Texas. As to my reliability, I refer you to any bank in Goliad, or the editor of this paper. ,-2»-t>t Lady Stenographer I am interested in the Valley and want to locate permanently. Am open for a position with someone wanting a good stenographer. I have had ten years’ experience with TlTe best con cerns and consider myself fully capa ble of taking entire charge of ‘any routine correspendence. Address No. «07 Garden street, San Antonio, Tex. 1-20-1Ot For Sale—A *ood *»ddi« horse, lt» hands high, suitable for lad>\ Has ail gaits. App.y Box 283, Browns ville, Texas. 1-20-tf Fidelity and Surety Ilond*.—VV K. Mendenhall. Phone 42. 1-10-t SAN CARLOS HOTEL One Block from St. L., B. C& M. Depot RATES $2.00 PER. DAY Brownsville, - - - Texas ill MliUAilUlUiUiliiU ill Hi liiiUiliiiiiiiiiiiAiiliiiiiiillllUfg BEAMS. CHANNcLS, ---———~ ANGLES.TEES.PLATES, MARTWElX IRON WORKS STEEL S CAST LINTLES. MaKIWOl *W”« STEELS CAST COLUMNS, HOUSTON, T^V5* TRUSSES.GIRDERS.EU. . - "•.-.-3 PROMPT SHIPMENTS. ' * — WRITE FOR GRIFFING’S 1912 TREE BOOK GRIFFINGS BROTHERS COMPANY cTWcALLEN, TEXAS c^WORALES S DIO OVER THE DEPART TORE men GRADE LARUE OR Call an«l •«< ALSO KODAK ■ ..——— — Burt E. Funeral Direct Embalm I SUITS 1 Buy* Now M | --=1 A. Spero. 1 FIRE INSURANCE UlXtAlt L HICKS Viviar Building Mlaafceth Sifcet Brownsville, Texas t OVERLAND In the last three months thous-ands of people made up their minds to get a machine of the Sts horsepow-er five-passenger touring car type They expect<*d to pay around $1350.On Investigation they bought our Model 59 at $900. It gave them cs-actly what they wanted and allowed them to save $300 or more in the bargain. Write and aak for Cata logue li-iiv, or rome and get dein- onsirallon. Eerson Motor Car Company, Brownsville Wheelbase 106 inches; motor 4x4 1-2; horsepower 20; Uplltdutf mag neto; transmission selective, 3 speeds and reverse; K. and 8. ball bear ings; tires 32x3 1-1 Q. U.; 3 oil lamps, 2 gas lamps and generator Complete set of tools. Whittlesey Garage & Machine Co. *" Btni B1J..-.m. ■ 1 .......—. Land at Mission For Sale by Owner 480 Acres of Irrigated Land, one Bide foui Mission. No better land in the Valley. Will sell any aixe tract either improved or wild to suit purchaser. Absolutely perfect well water for drinking pur poses. I live on the land. Com* and see and I will offer you a real bargain. EVAN REES, ^isiion, Texas. Kcaidenee ©Hi Mils south and one half atilt east of dstiot ■ ...— .....— 1 - —— —— .—.. ' * ftl ill Hi t\ 1-1 ft j. 1 i t , * .■ • > ■ J, A i . . ^ . . . .1 > fffTTTyTfr9V‘>,.”>V.VVV ,%V VV®-* * W WS>< > o it j; The Old Reliable Jewelry Finn of the Valley ij j > i ’> < ► ,,i < > _ 1 1 | Rutledge Jewelry Co. u < > O o ( ► . ... . < i < ► , , o i i —m 1 it < ► < » The Man's Jewelry ; may not be so costly or so varied as that of my ] ] lady's, but be is—or ought to be particular t about havingit of the best quality, exclusive in [ design and neat in appearance. We cater to the dressy man's jewelry needs and can please o him in variety, quality and prices. K O i> O '■ it i» n ..— o o To The Second < t . ► and always on time, because it was repaired by \ ;; Rutledge Jewelry Company. Watch inspector for • St. L. B. and M. R. R, Co., if good enough for \\ them, why not for you? 0 o 1 * O < ► * <1 < ► i> ( * _ < ► ;t - 1 You Need Glasses it o o 1 * ;; *f you are tired easily while looking at a small ob- \ \ : i ject you need a pair of glasses, don’t tool with the eyes, come and see us at once and have them ex | [ amined. No better optician anywhere, our Mr. j ! I Albright is a graduate of one of the best schools in < | ;; the country and fits your eyes correctly at reason- ;; <} able prices. 3 \ < ► (i < ► ® *1 ’ i * .. . .-.— .. o O < ► < > t * < > Rutledge Jewelry Company < ► < ► ::... ..:: j..•.*♦.—..