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Brownsville herald. [volume] (Brownsville, Tex.) 1910-current, December 21, 1912, Image 3

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Do You Know How This
, - Tea Came to Be?
€J First a price was fixed, below which no
really GOOD tea can be sold.
Next, all teas selling at this price were cupped and
tested for quality.
Finally, a blend was perfected, at least 25 per cent better than
the best of these tested teas, and the result was called
i V OTAN TEA
to match the superb coffee by that name.
<3 It is now offered to you with every assurance that it is, in
deed, a really fine tea at quite a moderate price and you can get it
as well as VOTAN COi i LC of only one dealer in this town; viz.
~ _mrowNKVihLN <;i:ockky co., _
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Ask an ' very be,t and
what fie thinks of the pul,e8t thpt, money and
„ t , , s.-rrH can produce—a whiskey
* ju<huoes use of pure, old scientifically distilled and
wins hey, aim he \vi tell carefully aged for the express
■you that it is the b< L purpose of being used as a
sort of a tonie and in- healthful stimulant in the
vigoraton lint you must home,
choose the righl kh:d with SUNNY BROOK
care—a poor whiskov will . ,
do more harm than a ----- ^ ^ tk,.iskey
good wh it l ev can do ..«*. • c_ is disti’.’cd, aged and bottled
good. When you buy " in bund under the direct sup
er. S: i vAnoou ervision of U.S. 6Y0 rnment
g>UNf\ Y BROOK ^ VSY£)R00h Inspectors, and the Greon
The PURE FOOD Whiskey WuiSKbY <■ • ivernn: -nt Stain that seals I
~ * .... I, r.„ _ rr j •,:, earn buttle guarantees that the
—you have tin mte V V,
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fine whiskey tti the wot Id (too %) o^oof.
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CITY NEWS
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i Token to Halletsville.—Paul MeAllis
Iter, whose ease was transferred to La
vaca county bv the district court a few
days ago, was taken to Halletsville yes
iterday afternoon, to Is* confined In the
1 Lavaca county jail. He will there await
bis trial which it is expected will take
place sometime in January.
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XOHT1IEBX Sl»\ has arrived, call at
1110 Elizabeth Street and get acquainted.
Ladies especially invited.
l'scful Souvenirs.—A very usefnl lift!**
gilt which is being presented to its pat
rons by the Frontier Lumber Company
is a tin match holder, which may be hung
;on the wall. By its use. one may always
(be able to locate the matches and be
saved much time often spent in looking
! for those highly important household!
| necessities.
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Millinery Sale—All hats at 50 per cent
off. during sale. Everything in millinery :
line at half price now instead of after
Xmas. 129 tf
For Charity Ball. Arrangements are
Iwing made for the first annual charity
ball, to be given in tht Vivier Opera
1 House, corner of Tenth and Levee streets.
|on the night if December 27. This will
be the first of what is is intended shall
be an annual event in this citv, the pro '
ceeds going for the benefit of the poor)
Brownsville. Tickets have been printed
and placed on sale at the l’utegnat drug
store and at the Willman pharmacy. The
prices will be .fl.50 a couple, a lady and
a gentleman or two ladies being consider
ed a couple,. Mrs. 15. (J. Stegman and
Miss (icrnldinc Kelley have been appoint
ed a committee to decorate the hall, fo>
i which Christmas decorations will be
throughout. A light supper will be serv
ed. Mrs. Bernard 1,. Cain is chairman
of the committee on refreshments.
Wo guarantee to save you at least 10
to 20 per cent on Furniture for your
home. We are the only Wiiolsealors of
Ilousefurnishings in the Valley and can
do this every time besides giving a vast
assortment to choose from. See our new
Christmas Hoods and novelties. Some
thing useful for the home at any price
you name. Walker Bros.-Hancock Co.
.Ml freight prepaid out of the city.
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Winter Comfort
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Special
You can’t help feeling comfortable to have
a pair of our good blankets or one of our
excellent quilts.
COTTON BLANKETS
All Doubles from - - - 50c up
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Beautiful all wool in handsome borders—
doubles .... $5.00 a pair
Elegant silk down stuffed Quilts. The
very bsst. - - $12.00
Others in good substantial material, fine quality o^
lining in choice patterns - - $3.00 to $4.0o
The Department Store
D. Benavides & Sons
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I BUSINESS 1
STATIONERY!
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As a man is known by the company I
H he keeps, so is his business first known £
M by the appeal ance of his office cor- I
a respondence. 1
It We have a way of making business I
stationery that will put you in right I
a £pH||
I with a perfect stranger. ■
The cost of this kind of printing is I
gjj always cheapest in the long run. I
I -*■* THE BROWNSVILLE I
[ HERALD PR LISHING COMPANY |

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