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I Well; you have seen my Duroc Jersey I
I the “Midwinter” or you haven’t.
I ^ y°u ^ave y°u saw something, if you
I haven’t you missed someting.
I Now What is the Answer?
| Do you want some? or Don*t you want some? if
I you do—how many, what age; what delivery; ( present
h or future | male or female; bred or unbred; black or
I ginger bread; thoroughbred or catch as catch can?
I I have any kind you want; any quality you want;
| any quantity yt u want, at any price you want; and
| will have hundreds more “in a few miuute.s” for
I Pigs is Piss |
1 and I can’t help it. |
Now is the time to buy or place your order for 1
future delivery. If you don't want to pay the pi ice P
for Pedigreed Stock, let me s.dl you some whose fath
er was a “thoroughbred” gentleman, and whose I
mother, (according to scandal) was a “Scrub-Lady.**
Iu other words, one-half Dnroc Jersey and the other I
t half “just clear pig " I have a uumber of such and jjj
$ I want to get them out of my system, and the ladies |
of the Royal family of the “Hour-e of Dtiroc” object to I
further association with them.
i If you just want one 01 two to raise for private |
consumption, the^e will do and are cheap
04 AS I
“A boar hog is half the herd” (the better half) why I
not get a tine thoroughbred half he rd and improve p
your scrub stock. J
I Any wav in s-Mnc wav “j*et in the game’* of |
| h°Rs raising.
HOGS ARl; MY SUGAR MILL I
( With apologies l ) Sam Robert sou) s
It grind?, day and night,
It gets perfect extraction,
It rejoices over a freeze^more eull stuff)
It makes no deductions for “four cane”
(everything g.K-s)
It spits out the bagatsKP ami it's plowed under Instead of Mug
burned.
MORAL—Every farmer should have hi* own Duroc Jersey Sugar
Jhf !
;^<t jf.fl only **U: a * a*.d “D'.'vns* In tills* bjHneess ar? t e orb**.' ,
1 Thorough breda from 91 u On ip
pr f | Scrub® fr m $10.on DOWN
j* tAge ami site governing.)
/ Like every one elm* they have “been to the Fair/’ Like eve- * |
L erf on®» ija* tl*Vy are glad a get ha. k to §Jn f&enito> Fane Fields. |
jJ Cull Stuff and “Horne Sweet Home ”
l' They Hoged all the b*ue ribbons a,ul Sweep Stake Banneis
§ and every dollar °r the Prize Money and would have hoged
i nore If they could, for ,-Pi»* is Pigs' and tultie proved especially
: pi-iKiah at prize time. -Fol. Jack, Hugs i.ady. Lady Cliff and
■ t.ueen Ora best herd (Sweep Stakes Banner.) Col. Jack, best hoar
■ any age. Hugs Lady, beat sow any age. Superb Chief, best boar
| under two years. Ur. Duroc, beat boar under one year Mian Tip ,
h T p Colonel, best sow under two years. Miss San Benito, beaf sow t
w under one year. Two little red beauties, only two months old (too
I young to nativei took first prizes as best male and female under (I
* non:Its, against others four ami five mouths old.
The ladies all said. • O’1* ain't they dear.*’ the men said, “Oh
ain’t they cheap.’* Dne t®W. well dressed lady wanted to buy ,
them io rai-w as pets, forgetting that “if you feed a pig cull stuff .
It will make a fc®i *»f Itself." % I
But prizes "don't saw much froze** water.” Hie point is this: j
We convinced the people of the Valley that they don’t have to go
out of the Valley to get Just as good hogs as anybody's hogs: that
Cull stuff when properly treated will pi»«k the pure food law In.
Election as Bacon. They don't have to go to great initial expense
to start in (he bualnew that the Portable hog wire fence is JT.
A well known Brownsville attorney asked, “Heywood, what is to
prevent an tinrulv hog jumping that portable fence?” 1 replied,
“The Duroc Jersey H *gs are n0{ ‘unruly;’ they are quiet, docile,
domestic hogs, easy to handle and then, as an attorney, you know
It Is necessary In convicting a criminal to prove a motive fl,r the
i rime. We place the criminal (the hog) and the motive
stuff*’ and plenty f water» on the insia* °f Hie portable fence
The Judge reeplied: «*I SHK, NOT tU ILTV.”
So write or wire 8
That you desire, I
A Dam and Sire,
As red as fire. ■
Or may bn more.
Say one good boar.
And scrubs a wore, # •>
I’ve bogs gal re. f*
and £
PIGS IS PIGS
1 ALBA HEY WOOD
MMMHaHHaMimaBiie weonnMSBMCM ririT ' in i.i«r - r-**.
CREAM SEPARATORS FREE!
If you aye milkin': r-ws. raising the cream by the o!il gravity method of
using ^»an* of crocks ami making, sav. litre pounds or butter a day. you
can tak* a DE LAVAL Cream Separator and make seven pounds or butter
^/ter'day. with less work ami worry. Two p unds of butter a day at rod
makes eighty cents, or twenty-four dollars a month. THE BETTER
FAT THAT YOC ARE TIHfbWiVO AWAY every day sav d with a DE
LAVAL Cream Separator, in less than three months will pay for the mi
rbln*. Writs me today for a catalogue of DE LAVAL Separators I sell
machines on easy t*ra*s, so they pay their own way — tjie extra hut.er
gained paying for tha machine.
F T. PHILLIPS. San Benito, Texa
Kto Grande Valley Sales Agent DE LAVAL CREAM SEPARATOR
i A
tContinued from Page 4.)
the final organisation of said pro
posed irrigation district to the vote
of the qualified el srtors of aueh dis
trict and providing for the election
(of said directors, treasurer, and as
sessor and collector, for said dis
trict at the same election, all as pro
vided by law, and that you do and
perform such other acts and things
.and cause such either orders to be
made and entered as are required
by law for the formation, orgaDiza
lion and government of irrigation
districts within the State of l^xas
Respectfully Submitted.
Name— Acres Ass'd Val
1. 1>. P. Gay.MO 8500
(1-3 int. 2010
2. Lindsey Town it
imp. Co. 410 40$ SMOf
By I). P. Gay, Sec.
3. Geo. A. Green ..1300 15800
(2-3 Int. 2040
By D. P. Gay. agt. and atty. in fan
5 A. A. Browne, shares
27 and 32 .8700 05317.50
6. Tee la San Homan 38X7 7271.25.
By F. liopei, apt and atty. In fact
6. Ursa. Agnes A Browne toot. 1177 I
By 3. A. Rrowne
7. A. M. Deyo .45. 135.
8. B. II Frazier_106 1090
9. Joint R. Box..90 90 27b
10. R. A. Box.1703 1703 5109
' Mrs. A. C. Abney. . . .2334 7002
By J bn R. Box. agt. and at:y. Ip
fact.
112. H. H. Hanker.45 135
13. Claud W. Calvert 15. 13*.
jll. I». B. Thompson. . .45 135.
15. H. il. Brower.45 135
By H. P. Stephenson, agt. and Alt)
In fact.
It*. KmI Olrnrle.15 135
j 17. H. K. Yates .1*0 2T»
IX. II. P. Stephenson . 230 fit*'*
ML J. I*. Mason.45 135
20 J P. IMliiighau
sen.45 135
Ily H. F. Stephenson. agt. and atty
in fart.
I 21. Leo. W. Christian.45 135
Hy II. F. Stephenson, agt. ami atty
In fart.
* 22. I>. F.* Tllbufy.45 135
By H. F. Stephenson, agt. and atty
j In fart.
I 23. A. J. Sellars.43 135
Hy II. F. Stephenson, agt. and atty
in fact
1 21 C. 1. Thompson j*. It* , 135
Hy II. F. Stephenson, aejt. and atty
in fart
i 25. It. H. Ileyo.45 135
Hv If. F. StephetisotT.-agf and atty
in fart,
20. S. It. Swenson.45 135
Hy II. F. Stephenson, agt, and ally
In fart.
27. J. K, Meson.45 135
Hy II. F. Stephenson, agt and atty
In fart.
2X. J T. Askew 45 t 135
By II F Stephenson, agt and atty
In fart,
20. Haul M. Perk.4 5 135
By II. F. Stephenson, agt. and atty
in fart.
30 C. F. Thompson ...45 135
Ily II. F. Stephenson, agt.*and atty
in fact.
| 31. R. C. Baker.45 135
Hy 11. F. Stephenson, agt and atty
in fart.
12. M. E. Larkev_45 135
Hy 11. F Stephenson, agt. and atty
in fart.
! 33. H. S. Prather.45 135
; 34. J MeXaugbt... 45 135
Hy ii. F. Stephenson, agt and atty
in fart.
35 E. M. Kennedy.... 45 135
Hy II. F. Stephenson, agt. and atty
in fart
:*.♦* Ff-orgia A Brower. 45 135
Hy H. F Stephenson, agt. and atty
in fart.
37. O.-a'a Srhmiede!. . . 45 135
Hy H. F. Stephenson, agt. and atty
in fact,
37. O. S. Reid.45 135
Hy II. F. Stephenson, agt and atty
In fact,
j 311. A. C. Burmeister.. 45 135
By II. F. Stephenson, agt and atty
In fart,
40. I,. P. Hodge.4 5 155
By II. F. Stephenson, agt, and atty
in fact.
41. F. L Bunnell-45 135
By II. F. Stephenson, agt. and atty
In fart,
13. Lillie E. Rogers... 5 15
Ily II. F. Stephensosi, agt and atty
in fart,
43. E M. Olrott.4 5 135
By II. F. Stephensonragt and any
| in fart.
44. Thos. R. Mlark-45 135
By H. F. StepTTenson, agt. and atty
in fart.
45. A F. Martin_135 405
Hy H F. Stephenson. a«*t. ar.d atty
L in fact.
V Foil With .S 15
By II. F. Stephenson, agt and atty
L n fact,
James F. Henica. ... 5 15
w H. F Stephenson, agi. and atty
'fO fact.
4fll. M. Fulton.40 120
^By II. F. Stephenson, agt and atty
- -41 fa
r Lamina Vista
- Flub .1 -10491 1-2 31 474 1-2
p* By If. F Stephenson, pres and mgr
,50. L, F llallam.-.90 270
SI. Mr* Wren T.
-Hal lain, i>y L. II. Ilal
1am .MS 675
50 <L. H. Hallam.90 270
53l Mrs. M Isabel_MS *75
By 8. K. Hollam, agt. and atty. In
fact.
54 K. Thomas.. .90 270
55. F. 7,. Boynton ..,.45 135
By H. H. Banker, agt. and atty. in
fact.
56. F L Tomson ....705 10575
• •
By l> P. Gay, agt. and ally. I..
fact,
117. E. K. Goodrich, valuation 4 230,
1-2 int. in 678 acres. 1-2 Int. 350
58. II. D. Newman, valuation $2,
812.50, 250 acn»s and 1-2 int. in
350 acres.
59. J. P. Campbell, by J. B. Scott, at
torney in fact.* 1-2 int. in 67* ac
res, 12542.
«0. K. D. Box, 14 acres. $1200.
It, M If Crow, 3310 acres, $29,321
62. VV. J. Hodges_ 2 100
«3. W. F. Montgomery. 1# 154
64. J. E. Erwin.45 135
By H. F Stephens n. agt an aity.
in fact.
65 Joe Held. 1-2 Int. in 5 7.50
66. E. J. Schneider, 1-2 Int. in 5
acres. 7.50
67. L A. Mars.ui.lo 150
6* R L. St ell. 135 405
69.’ J. R. Phillips ... .45 131
70 E. Ernest Moore.. 4 5 135
71 Delta Farm* Co ..•&*.& 6413.75
By Frank C. Pierce, atty.
72. Geo. M. Smith_45 13K11
73. Frank Rahb...4603 34,522.50
7 4. Juan H. Fernandes.360 1*75
73. Wm Itelltnghau
sen .45 135
NOTICE OP PRESENTATION FOR
THE ORGANIZATION OF THE
CENTRAL IRRIGATION HIS
TR1CT OF CAMERON CO
TEXAS.
To Whom It Hay Concern:
Notice is hereby given :he peti
tioners signing, who have signed
the accompanying petition to the
Commissioners* Court of Cameron 1
County. Texas, praying for the or
ganization of an Irrigation district *
within the said County of Cameron
to be called “ The Central Irrigation
District,” to all persons owning land (
within the boundaries of said pro-1
posed irrigation district, and to any
and all persons whomsoever, that the
said petition w-UI be presented to
the Commissioners* Court of t'amer-;
on County. Texas, .on the first day j
of the next regular term thereof to j
he begun and holden at the County
Court House of said County In the
City of Brownsville, Texas, on the'
second Monday in the month ofl
February. A. D. 1*12. aam<*
being the 18th day or February..
A. D. 1*12, at which tin»e and place
any and all persons interested there
in may appear and be heard in rela
tion thereto and present any objec
tion they may have to the formation
of said proposed Irrigation district
as prayed for in said petition, or j
pray the inclusion In said district
of other lands that they may show
to l»e susceptible of irrigation from
the same source and system of works ,
Hated at Brownsville, Texas.
A. D. 1*12. at which time and plac •
this 25th day of January. 1*12.
11. P. GAY.
LINDSEY TOWN A IMP. CO
By D. P. Oay. See.
GKO A, GREEN.
By H. P. Gay. agt and atty. j
In fact.
A. A BROWNE. Shares 27
and 52.
TKCLA SAX ROMAN, by F
le*per. ag? and atty.in fact
MISS AGNES A BROWNE,
By J. M. Browne,
FRANK RABB.
JOHN K, BOX.
H A BOX,
MRS. A. C. ABNEY.
John It. Box, agt. and atty
In fact.
H H BANKER.
CI.ACD W. CALVERT.
H. B THOMPSON.
H. F STEPHENSON.
FRED ORE RLE.
S K YATES,
J C. MASON.
J P BELLINGHAUSEN.
By H. F. Stephenson, agt,
and atty. in fact.
II. H. BROWER.
By If. F. Stephenson, agt.
and ally, in fact.
GEO. W. CHRISTIAN.
By If. F. Stephenson, agt,
and atty. in fact.
I) C. TILBURY.
By If. F. Stephenson, agt,
A J SELLARS.
By H. F. Stephenson, agt,
and atty. !h* fact.
C. L. THOMPSON.
By H. F. Stephenson, agt
and atty. in fact.
R H HEYO.
By If. F. Stephenson, agt.
and atty. in fact.
8 R SWENSON,
By H. F. Stephenson, agt
and atty. in fact.
J. E. BESCO,
By H. F. Stepheuson. agt,
and atty. in fact
J. T. ASKEW,
By H. F Stephenson, agt
and atty. in fact.
. i .
PAUL XL PHTK.
By H. F. Siepiieu*oa, aft,
•ad atty. la fact.
C. F. THOXIPSON.
By II. F. Stephenson, aft
and atty. in fact.
R t*. BAKER.
By If. F. Stephenson, aft
•ltd atty. in fact.
XI. E. LAGKEY.
By If. F. Stephenson, aft
and atty. in fact.
H S PRATHER.
By M. F. S.ephenson. aft
and atty. in fact.
J t*. McNAlTCIHT. *
By H. F. Stephenson, aft,
and atty. in fact.
E If. KENNEDY.
By If. F. Stephenson, aft
and atty. in fact.
GEORGIA A. BROWER.
By II. F. Stephenson, aft
arid atty. in fact.
OSCAR STIIMHSDEU
By H. F. Stephenson, aft
and atty. In fact.
O. 8. REED.
By H. F. Stephenson, aft
and atty. in fart
A C\ BIT RXI BISTER.
By II. F. Stephenson, aft
and atty. in fan.
I*. P. HODGE,.
By II. F. ‘Stephenson, aft
and atty. In fan.
F h Bl’RNNKDD,
By TT F. Stephenson, aft
and atty. in fact.
IjHtLlB E ROGERS.
By II. F. Stephenson, aft
and atty. in fact.
K M OIjTOTT,
Hv II. F Stephenson, aRt
an«l any. in fact.
TIKIS. K BLACK.
By II. F. Stephen-ton. ant.
and atty. in fact.
A. F. MARTIN.
By TT F. Stephenson. agt
and any. in fact.
VEIT VBITH,
By H. F. Stephen ton, agt
' and atty. in fact.
JAMES F OENICA *
By IT. F. Stephenson, act
and atty. in fact.
J. M FULTON.
By H. F. Stephenson, as
and atty. in fact.
LAGUNA VISTA CLUB.
t By II. K. Stephenson, pres
anti manager.
L F. IIALLAM,
MRS. WREN T. IIALLAM.
By L. II llailam. atty. in
fa«t.
S K IIALLAM.
MRS. M. ISABEL IIALLVM,
By s. K. llailam. a&t and
atty. in fart.
K THOM VS,
F L BOYNTON,
By H. U. Banker. aRt, and
atty. iu fact.
F. L. TOMSON.
By P. P. Cay, atty. In far
and a«t.
E. K. GOODRICH, 1-2 Int It
*’>7 8 a>-ret» and 1-2 in
arre*.
II. II. NEWMAN. 2’0 acres
1-2 int. in SIS acre*
J P. CAMPBELL, by J B
Sc >tt. atty. in fart, 1-2 Int.
in *178 acre*.
K D BOX,
• •
M 11. CROSS. I .and* between
Title Lake and Fresno*
W. J. HODGES.
VV. F. MONTGOMERY.
JOE HELD.
E. T. SCHNEIDER,
L A. M ARSON,
tt. L. STBLL.
J R PHILLIPS,
K ERNEST MOORE.
DELTA FARMS CO.,
By Frank C Bierce, atty.
GKO. VI SMITH,
JUAN II. FERNANDEZ.
VV VI BELLING!! AUSEN.
SEVEN TELEGRAMS
OFFERED TO JURY
Associated Press.
Cichago. Jan. .'1. — Seven telegrams
i Riving the daily tonnage, margin*
and selling prices of dressed beef
sold in New* York by Armour It Co.,
Morris 4 Co . Swift £ Co. and the Na
tional king Company In ne week
in July. 19o€, were introduced as
evidence In the packers’ trial today,
iw-— -port of me government's ron
j tent ion that (he defendants operated
, in restraint of trade.
George I). Roberts, who was assis
tant manager of the National •ack
| ing Coirnany of NeH York in the
summer of identified the mes
sage* as a form sent dally over a pri
vate wire to -he Chicago office.
PUBLIC HEARING
ON WOOLEN SCHEDULE
Washington, Jan. 31.—Chairman
Cnderwood of the House way*' and
means committee said today it i* nos
t sible that public hearings will be
held before the w olen schedule of the
tariff is completed He said k pro
bably will be March before the bill
| gets to the House.
I
HAVE YOU LAND FOR SALE f
List it w.th ik. We silmtiv it by lot nmulwr* (private) \
here and North. Free, show it. and make only Regular
Charge when sold. Gift full particular*, tell the whole
truth, make your lowest price and best terms.
WANT TO BUY LAND?
Get our Lis1, see our Bargains. We ran suit you and
save vqu money.
ABSOLUTELY the WHOLE TRUTH. NO MISREPRE
SENTATION. We show you around FREE.
IRRIGATED FARMS, ORCHARD. FRUIT and TRUCK
ING LANDS, Improved or Not; Colonisation tracts: City
and SUBURBAN PROPERTY. Nothing too small or too
large Non resident owners business a specialty. Land and
Vendors' Lien Loa^s.
Semi your list ot once, we want it for Land Show at
Houston. We will be there.
Special Bargains at or near
SAN BENITO, DONNA, MISSION; MERCEDES and
MOI.TE CHRISTO, in Resale and Native Lands.
Correspondence Solicited
Rio Grande Realty and Invest
ment Company.
W. li. BRIiWFR. Manager
New Resteiro Bldg.
..13th and Ad;:ms sis.
BROWNSVILLE, TEXAS j
.. . |fH
1 >roinpt Efficient Reliable
Rio Grande Valley Abstract Co.
incorporated
Abstractors of Land Titles.
ib M SKELTON- Manager- BROWNSVILLE. TEX At
I gl
T. CRIXEL, Sole dealer, Brownsville
t
i
NOHCE CONTRACTORS!
Plans and aptcUleatloiM are on
file at the office of the Hi' y Seerc
• arv, al* ■ at the office of riie Archi
tecta, 8. It HI Holt & Ho.. Brawiif
vllle. Texan, for the erection and
completion of additions to tie Hit
Hull and .Market House, for the Hlty
if Brownsville, naanwoa n only.
Texas.
Sealed hid* will he received for
his work by (he undersigned up to
HI o'clock a. in., Thnt-day, Feb. If.
A. 1) It 12
Ka< h bid must be accompanied b
i certified « he< k to tin- amount of 2
nre cent of bid, made payable to I. It.
Pneate. Hlty Secretary, a* a euar*i»
e«» that bidder w ill make an approx -
d bond to the amount of on*-- third
9f coilrart pr 1 ce. with! n ten day* af
»cr contiact is awarded,
Contractors wishing plan* may
have same by applying at either of
the aove mentioned places and do-j
positing lions to Riiarantee Ike
safe re*urn of *a:ee within file day
after V,:: • *ipi of same.
itl.XJ. BtiWAt.SKl, Mayor,
or
L. B IN KS'!*.:, f'ity Secy. J
1-24- Hit
j! .
Sanitary Plumbing
Everything in hlectrica! ami
Plumbing Hoods.
SHOItKS OF WBl.L. PI.RABKH
CBSTOMKR3
VALLEY PLUMBING AND SUPPLY
COMPANY
1412 Elizabeth Sit-, Brownsville, Tex
The Hat Shop
MKS J W SCRIVNER
MKS J A STUDEBAKFR
Mit.MNftttV. si'ITS, SKIU l a
UttKlMSS. NOVKI.T«ICS
.. .»
Help Make the city beautiful
Plant vour vacant lota with Escr*
grecn Shade Trees- Ornamental Palma
and Flowering Shrubs, Hedgea and
a Variety of Fruits- Now is the time
lo bonk y*ur orders for fait- waiter
t!id spring planting. Consult an Ex
perienced Horticulturist* Success
oaianteed under my direction
Forestry- Tree Surgery. Plant Di§
W. M. WHITE, City.
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