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Eyster's . O. D. Grocery
Corner Kansas and Boulevard
Bell Phones 823 and,844.
We handle nothing hut the best in Groceries, we sell
nothing that we cannot absolutely guarantee, and our
prices are always lower.
Strictly Fresh Butter, non Aff
"better sold anywhere, per lb.TCvJ
Strictly Fresh Ranch Egga, ig
per dozen TfctJ
Best Colorado Potatoes, tfJ?
12 lbs. for wC
Best Sweet Potatoes, ?
R ih. for ttJ
Best Dry Onions,
8 lbs. for
Fine Mountain Cabbage, A
per lb HlK
Very best Cranberries, Er
2 quarts for vt
Fancy California Celery, 1 P
2 bunches for IOC
Regular 25c Quality
Peaches, Pears, Apricots, Plums,
at 3 cans for
Gal. Pie Peaches, peeled,
Gal. Apples, heavy pack,
each .. ... ...u...
12-lb. sack Balston's Whole
Wheat Flour for
12-lb. sack Balston's Graham
5-lb. sack Balston's Bye.
5-lb. sack Balston's pure
Buckwheat Flour for
D- C. Soap,
5 bars for.., -.
Crystal White Soap,
6 bars for..
Eyster's C. O. D. Grocery
LEADER IN LOW PRICES
Corner Kansas and Boulevard.
Sheldon Hotel. W: Spiers ana wife,
Philadelphia, Pa.; H. J. Clifford. John
son. Ariz.; J. H. Gates and -wife, Mid
fland, Texas; J. E. Neeley, Engle, N.
M.; J Picard, Berlno, N. M., C. C
Mack, Newton, Kas; E. S. Neal, Cutter,
K. M.; Talfiles, Nueva, Casas Grandes,
Mexico: Marcus Whltt, Oklahoma City,
Okla.; G. M. Anderson, Chicago, 111.; H.
Darr, Nagasaki, Japan; A. TJ. Cornell,
Burango, Colo.; H. M. Hibbard, New
Tork; Edward MitchelV'St. Louis. Mo.;
Charles P. Downs; David D. Heaby,
Chicago, III.: F. H. Foster, Durango,
Mexico: F. W. Lambert. Detroit, Mich,;
St. A. Rnowles, Manchester: G. "Wright.
Nolers, England; Otto Weydemeyer,
Anapara, N. M.; O 31. Hall, Tucson,
Ariz.; E. E. Rice, New Orleans, La.;
George Young, Fort Bliss, Texas; John
Larkins, Fort Bliss, Texas; W. H. Cork.
Fort Bliss, Texas; J. S. Swain, Kan
sas City, lo.; Mrs. J. H. Scott, Douglas,
Ariz.; S. Korsunn, San Diego, Japan;
Fred G. Machas, Asheville, N. C; Tiheo.
Karr, jr., Belleville, I1L; Jose Del Reigs,
Ojo Caliente, Mexico; N. S. Ballinger,
Tucson, Ariz.; W. Bu Gonder, Akron,
Ohio; A. S. Banchard. St. Louis, Mo.;
Irwin B. Loeb, New Tork city; A. F
Harris, Dolores, Colo.; D. W. Atchison,
Mexico City .
St. Regis: E. TV. Sloan, New Or
leans, La.; C. E. Sills, New Tork City;
G. C. Falrclo, Champaign, HI.; C. H.
Masters, Toledo, O.; J. F. Boyer and
wife. New Tork; Robert McFallls,
Pittsburg. Pa.; F. M. Hester. B. -M.
Evans. Kansas City, Mo.; TV. H. &.
Llewellyn, Las -Cruces, N. M.; F. A. A?
fleck. Silver 5y, N. M.; O. M Lee.
Ranch, N. M.; D. T. Bradersell, St.
Louis, Mo.; TV. P. Hamilton, elar
dena, Mexico; H. D. Luce and wife,
Lansing. Mich.; F. R. TVeeks, B. A
Graynes and wife. Acta Rowland, TV.
H. Cotter. New Tork; L. N. Jaquer,
Newburyport, Mass.; Benjamin G. Da
vis, H. TV. Jacques, Newburyport,
Mass.; J. O. Lamejohn and wife, Inde
pendence, la.; H. C. Hayward, Los An
geles, CaL; Arthur B. McEntire, TV. B.
McEntire, Joplin, Mo.; C. G. Peterson,
Lockport, N. T.; H. F. Kirk. New Tork;
W. H- Paul, Dolores, Mexico; Ed. D.
Lachman, Dolores, Mexico: TV. B. War
ner, Denver, Colo.; E. TV. Flurry. St.
Louis, Mo.; J. Morris TVray, Chicago,
Grand Central. J. A, R5-dbergana
wife, Mesa, Ariz.; Joseph Ash, Atlanta,
111.; ' Oscar Mount jay, Atlanta, I1L; G.
Targensen, Atlanta. 111.: H. TV. Seaman,
City; B. F. Evans, Denver, Colo.; F. F.
Beckett, Tucumcari, N. M.; TV. L. Snod.
derly, Bisbee, Ariz.; Ewalt Boone, Co
manche. Okla.; J. C. Oheais, LordsburgJ
N M.; John TVimmer, Lordsburg, N. M.;
B F. McEndarfer. South Bend, Ind.;
Charles Pittenbacher, Los Angeles. Cal.";
L- F. McLinn, Las Animas, Colo.; TV.
Darr. Nagaski, Japan; A. TJ. Cornell,
Fairfield, la.; Charles Gantz. Fairfield,
la.; TV. Rufus, Fairfield. la.; G. S.
Conklin, Reading Center, N. Y.; C. H.
Conklin, Reading Center. N. T.; Mar
ciano Rey, Fabens, Texas; TV. T. Hayes
A 6 or 7 Room Hause.
Pay $4,500 to $5,000 Cash
For Quick Sale,
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Ind. Phone 1891.
White Star Soap, " OCr
7 bars for "t
Fells Xapfcha Soap, OKf
4 bars for.... iDC
3 large bars Ivory Soap
Large pkg. Grandma Borax rtA
Powder, each . cJ
Large pkg. Gold Dust, OAp
4 lbs. Bulk Starch OK
Oranges, large size, (sweet OC
and juicy) per doz C
Extra large size Oranges, OA-
per dozen OvC
Eupion OH, R(f
5 gals, for Ovt
Best Gasoline, &E&
5 gals, for Owt
El Paso Made
Globe Flour, QOr
24-lb. sacks for wUt
Globe Flour, d -j ?
'48-lb.. sacks for J? 1 O
Cream of Wheat (hard Qf
wKiat flour) 24-lb. saks U C
Cream of Wheat, d 7E
484b. saks. for 'D 1 q i J
"White or Yellow Pearl
Meal, 6 lbs- for
Cream of Wheat,
Blue Cross Breakfast Food,
Aunt Jemima Pancake
Flour, per pkg
3 nice large iMackerel,
Fancy Mountain Apples,
extra quality, 3 lbs. for3....
and wife, Tucson, Ariz.: Fernaldo Per
aldi, Sierra Mojada, Mexico; Tgnacio
Peraldi, Sierra Mojada, Mexico; Vicente
Rodon, Mexico; C. Moller, Mexico; C. E.
TVilliams, Racine, TVis.; S. Suttmeyer,
Toyah, Texas; Graham Goldthwaite,
Zeiger S. "Vanderwait, Dalhart, Tex.;
-J; H. Smith, Albuquerque, N. M.; TV. TV.
Camp, Pecos, Texas; G. TV. Kent, Kent,
N M.; P. Dehing, Philadelphia, Pa.; H.
t'. TVadley, Shrevesport, La.; Mrs. Ara
gon, Shrevesport, La.; Miss Aragon,
Shrevesport, La.; Thomas Shannon, Bos
ton, Mass.; Mrs. R. 5. Atkkinson, Bos
ton, Mass.: T. J. Culhaus, New Tork; T.
H.. Beerman, New Tork; H. M. Jenkin
son, St. Louis, Mo,; J. R. B. Moore, Lit
tle Rock, Ark.
Orndorff: TVm. H. TVenbler; Fort
Worth, Tex.; G. Mitchell, E. Goldberg,
New Tork; R. Merkel, New Orleans,
La.; P. F. Long, Chicago, 111.; f TV. A.
Murray, Tucson, Ariz.; Mr. and Mrs.
McBean, Mountain View, Col.; Robert
Peltzman. Chicago, 111.: J- E.-Hagg-qulst,
Alamogordo, N. M.; S. J. TVag
ner, TVaco, Tex!; J. "Wallace, wife and
son, Edna, la.; H. H. Mundy, Kansas
City; D. C. Brown and wife, Mexico
City, Mex.; August Slanman and
daughter, St. Joseph, Mo.; F. H. Mc
Farlin, New Tork- ,
Angelus: TV. H. Geraty, Tucson,
Ariz ; James Ashley, Tucson, Ariz.; D.
Tullock and family, Silver City, N M.;
Fred Schultz and wife, Clint. Texas; J.
H. Rogers, College, Sta,; O. TV. TVil
liams, Chicago, 111.; H. N. Hotchkiss,
Chlcaeo. 111.: F. Bernard and wife. Kan-
1 i-,ri "Hf . "I- "Et "EMTTftM lT,iircrn
Ariz.; G. R. TValling, Tucson Ariz.; C. T.
J TVIlson, Tucson, Ariz.; I. D. Walters,
Tucson, Ariz.; L. Keene, 4o Minutes
Cnlv One "BIlOMO Q,TJTXIXE"
That is LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE.
Look for the signature 'of E. TVv
GROVE. Used the TVorld over to
Cure a Cold in One Day. 25c.
Rev. C. S. Wright and Spe
cial Sunday Evening
3Ir. TVright announces the follow
ing subjects for his sermons, to be
delivered the three remaining Sunday
evenings in this (January) month:
Sunday, January 1C.
"The Future Result of Present Day
Politics, and the Necessity of Safe
guarding the Ballot Box."
Sunday, January 23.
"The Influence That Seeks to Con
trol El Paso, and Is It "Worthy of
Sunday, January 30.
"How Much Money Has El Paso, and
Is It Being Misappropriated?"
Church on corner Mesa avenue and
Services begin at 7:30 oclock.
Special music at each service.
All cordially invited.
Globe Flour, best by test,
and the payroll In El Paso."
" SPORTING NEWS
GOLFEHS LEAVE FOB 1 EL PASO BOMS1 MM PILOTS
ffllZOi THIS ClIPiSOF UNO WINKERS fT
EVENING THE STATE . RAGE THICK
Douglas Selects Her Team
to Oppose tlie El Paso
Tonight the EI Paso golfers and their
friends will leave over the Southwest
ern for Arizona to play a series' of in
dividual and team matches with the
Douglas and Bisbee golf clubs. Accom-
panying the golfers will be expert D. S.
JLivie, Instructor ai the Country club,
who will play a series ofNprofessional
matches, including a triangular purse
match with Adams and Marshall, the
Douglas and Bisbee experts.
The semi-annual 20 men team match
for temporary possession of the silver
trophy Clip will be played Sunday on
the Douglas Country club grounds. Sat
urday both the El Paso and Douglas
golfers will play on the "Warren Coun
try club course at Bisbee. They will
return, accompanied by the Bisbee play
ers, to Bisbee Saturday afternoon and
will play there Saturday afternoon and
Sunday. The 20 men match and the
professional match will be played Sun
day. The sports and pastimes committees
of both the Douglas and El Paso coun
try clubs have selected the best golfers
among their members and the game
promises to be as exciting as the one
played here when the winning team
could not be picked until the last pair
had played their last hole. The team
that has been selected bj- the Douglas
club to represent it, and the El Paso
Country club team are made up as fol
lows: Douglas J. A. Holden (capt.). J.
Stuppi, H. T. Cuthbert, C. L Smith, c!
O. Thomas, F, Stuppi. E. L. Fortin, R.
L. Scott, S. "W. French, J. B. Speed, "W.
H. Reno, "Walter Douglas, C. R. Scott,
"W. H. Kirldand, J. A. Drake, A. B.
Packard, T. M. Smith, J. P. Sexton, E.
C. Robinson, J. R. Todd.
El Paso C. H. Leavell (capt.), J. C.
"Wllmarth, "W. V. Sterling, Dr. James
Vance, "Waters Davis, R. "W. Crowder, P.
J. Edward!, J. F. "Williams, Garnett
King, E. E. Neff, J. E. Bachtel, A, "W.
Houck, G. B. Chase, Capt. S. Burkhardt,
H. A. Shelton, "W. F. Payne, C. A. Beers,
A. N. Brown, George Trost.
J, A. Happer and Dr. C. P. Brown
will accompany the team to Douglas
and Bisbee. Mr. Happer will take part
in the Individual contests at Bisbee and
Dr. Brown will care for the wounded
in the golf battle at Douglas Sunday.
El Paso has won the trophy cup for
20 men play four times since , it was
first purchased. Douglas has won it
once but that was February 22 of last
year and the local club hopes to wipe
out the stigma of this defeat by win-
. . . m. - i1
ning tne matcn tsunaay. ine maicims ine country ciuu win iti. . j.ui.
that were won by El Paso were on pendents.
the following days: January 26, 1908;
February 22, 1908; January 16, 1909;
Septemper 6, 1909.
LAST TRIP WEST
Veterans Protest Against
Traveling and Will Try
Camp' Life. ,
It will be the lat opportunity the
El Paso baseball fans will have of
seeing the Chicago "White Sox team in
action when they play here on their
training trip to the coast and return
this spring. That Is unless they go to
Chicago or some ether big league town
for the Sox are to make their last ap
pearance in the west and southwest
this spring. The old veterans on the
team have been kicking against the
long training trip and the "one night
stands" that are played on the return
Comiskey "has at last listened to these
objections and has consented to try
the training camp plan in 1911. The
Sox will go to Excelsior Springs, Mo.,
next spring for their work out and if
the plan Is more successful than the
trips to California the team will get
ready for the long, 'hard season at Ex
celsior instead of going to the coast.
The old White Sox trained in Mis
souri in 1901 and 1902 and the springs
were found particularly beneiicial for
the rheumatic kinks in the old vets'
& SATURDAY'S ENTRIES.
JUAREZ JOCKEY CLUB.
34tli Day, Saturday, Jan 15.
First race, selling, six furlongs
Liouisa, F., 107; Hardlyson, 109; Ardenla,
109; Gibson, 114; Kiamcsha IIIK";
Sabado. 119: Don Hamilton. 23; Bon
nie Reg., 119; Cardinal Sarto, 119; Hoi- j
Second race, selling, threeyearolds,
five and a half furlongs Good Intent,
99; Mike Molett, 102; Dady Pan
chita, 103; Charles Fox. 104; El Per
fecto, 104; Aunt Nancy, 105; Alve B.,
105; Snow Storm, 107; Dan Nprton, 107;
Delf, 108; Nila, 108.
Tjhlrd race, selling, six furlongs
Plume, 102; Bright Skies. 107; Gladys
Louise, 107; Goldan, 107; Knight Deck,
109; Nigger Baby, 109; Judge Shortall,
109; Clint Tucker. 109, Convenient, 110;
Duchess of Montebello, 110; Sibari, 110;
Fourtii race, handicap, seven fur
longsFrench Cook, 9S; Gold Finn.
100; Wander, 10&; Lomond, 102; Servile,
109; Bon Ton, 95, Black Mate, 115, Or-
,ange Vale entry.
Fifth race, selling, one mile ana a six
teenth Gunston, 102; St. Kllda. 102;
Almena. 105; The Thorn, 107; Wolfer
ton, 107; Engraver, 107; Contested, 107;
Capt. Burnett, 107.
Sixth race, selling, fillies' and mares,
six furlongs Cotytto, 104; Minnie
Bangert, 104; MInnoiette, 104; Minnie
Bright, 104; Flying Pearl, 109; Maure
tania, 109; Vohoome, 112; In-. Gray, 112.
Hot- Springs, Ark., Jan. 14 Billy
Papke. the one time Illinois Thunder
bolt, and Jimmy Berry, of Chicago,
are training here for their proposed
barn storming trip on the continent.
Th6 two pugs have planned to get some
of the easy European money by giving
exhibitions in the different .cities and
will invade Australia with the hope of
getting on at Hughey Mcintosh's club.
Fine mince meat at Ardoin's.
Local Y. M. C. A. Pin Men
Have 1000 Percent
Score to Credit.
"Champions of Texas" seems an ap
propriate handle for the El Paso bowl
ing team In the telegraph tournament.
None of the nine other teams taking
part in the T. M. C. A. tournament by
wire has been able to defeat -he local
team, which has a record of 5000 per
cent. Fort "Wortn Is the nearest com
petitor with but one game lost, but
as this was to El Paso, the local team
should have no difficulty in defeating
this team in the finals.
In the weekly game last night bj
telegrapih, El Paso defeated Temple
by a margin of 141 pins. El Paso mak
ing 2536 to Temple's 2395. Two of the
games rolled by the locals went over
800. the second one resulting in an 8SS
score. The scores made by the mem
bers of the El Paso team, the standing
of the teams in the Texas telegraph
tournament and the scores made by
the different teams last night are:
El Paso. 1
Slocum . ... 161
2 3, T.
168 160 491
164 123 448
196 162 529
202 171 567
15S 161 501
Totals S71 SS8 777
Standing of Telejcrnpli LeaRne.
Teams. ' P.
El Paso ,...5
Ft. Worth 5
"Waco .'. 5
Dallas .. 5
Temple .. . 5
W. Lu Pet
5 0 1.000
4 1 .800
3 2 .600
3 2 .600
3 2 .600
2 3 .400
2 3 .400
2 3 .400
1 4 .200
Scores of Texas Tennis.
El Paso 2536
Dallas .. 2296
Beaumont . - 2421
vs. ' '
Cleburne : - ." 2436
Childress S 2090
Fort "Worth I 201o
Next week El Paso vs. Ft. Worth.
Tonight 'in the regular tournament
I 1. -. i 1 -1- 111 !.. 4-1, Tn.1n
At the Tivoli alleys the Pirates de
feated the Tigers last night In Yheir
regular weekly match. The Pirates took
two of the three games ami the high
total score. The scores made were:
Pirates 1 2.3 T.
Lehman 171 177 132 4S0
Doak u.. 130 126 122 278
Bryan .'. X . 12S 179 1 ID 4do
Houck ... ,..-.... 2&0 167 206 573
Lewis ..". 187 149 3 29 465
Totals ..- 816 79S 738 2352
Tigers. 1 2 3 T.
Woods 120 ( 13J 170 427
Gray 161- 1S6 139 4S6
Tuttle 185 171 153 509
Wood 173 105 151 42B
Woollen 144 165 137 446
Totals 7S3 764 750 2297
Margin. 65:, high game, Houck, 206:
high total, Houck. 573; strike out, Bry
an; points won, Pirates 3, Tigers 1.
First race (futurity course, selling)
Minnedocia won. Metropolitan sec
onJ;' Cramercy third. Time, 1:11.
Second race (6 furlongs, selling)
Anna May won: Orello second; Billy
Myer third. Time. I:i4 1-5.
Third race (6 lurlongs, selling)
Velma C. won; Sam Barber second;
Adena third. Time, 1:15 2-5.
Fourth race (5 furlongs, Mendota
handicap) Madman won; Del Cruza
dor second: Prejuuicio third. Time
Fifth race (mile, selling) Little But
tercup won: Dovalta second; Dixie Dix
on third. Time, 1:44 1-5.
Sixth race (6 furlongs, selling)
Marse Abe won; Father Stafford sec
ond; Steel third. Time, 1:14 1-5.
First race (5 furlongs, selling)
Uralla won; Cathrine Montour second;
Tom Toohey third. Time, 1:07 3-5.
Second race (5 furlongs) Dredger
won: Dr. Toung second; Sonoma Girl
third. Time, 1:14.
Third race (5 furlongs, selling)
Nebulous won: Lucky Mate second;
Sorrel Top third. Time. 1:13.
Fourth race (5 furlongs," selling)
WarnerGrJswell won; Cloistress sec
ond; "Jo'seph Mozer third. Time, 1:04.
Fifth race (6 furlongs, selling) Au
tumn Girl won: Rebel Queen second;
Icarian third. Time, 1:19.
Sixth race (C furlongs, selling) PI
rato Diana won: May Jeno second;
Neckelt third. Time, 1:20.
First race (3 furlongs, purse) Dell
won; Glay second; Old Squaw third.
Second race (6 furlongs, selling)
Anavri won; Miss Sly second: Lotta
Creed third. Time, 1:13 '3-
Third race (6 furlongs, selling)
Anna L. Daly won; Horace E. second:
Manhelmer, third. Time, 1:13 4-5.
Fourth race (5 furlongs, handicap)
John Griffin won; Pantoufie second;
Booger third. Time. :59 3-5.
Fifth race (7 furlongs, selling) Roby
Grey won; Ethon second; Pocomoke
third. Time, 1:27.
Sixth race (mile and sixteenth)
Roseburg IL won; Belleview third.
Time, 1:56 3-5.
ANDERSON TO VISIT HERE.
Wingo Anderson, the El Paso phenom.
pitcher of last season, is coming to El
Paso for a visit with his friends this
month. Wingo is now at Alvaredo,
Texas, and will visit here two weeks
before joining the Cincinnati Reds for
I their spring traininjr trlt
Percy Taylor Gires Starter
Trouble and Is Barred
Prom the Track.
McCahey put over two of the six win
ners Thursday at the track. He piloted
Lighthouse to a winning in the fourth
race and shook "Whip Top up in time
to win the last race from Gunston. Both
of his mounts ran good, consistent
races, and with the assistance of the
clever- boy, made their move at the
right time to win. Percy Taylor, open,
ing at 10 to 1 and closing at S. gave
the starter much trouble and has been
barred from the track by the stewards.
The horse won his last race over the
course yesterday when he made it a
three lengtji lead over the others in the
Rubiola and Whip Top were bid up
i nthe selling and were bought by M.
E McHenry and W. B. Freeman.
Rubiola brought $300 and Whip Top
$500 in the sale. The books "had things
their own way during the afternoon
until the sixth race when Whip Top
handed them a jolt. But the talent
was played out by jhe time the horses
went to the post for the last race and
the play was light on the winner.
First race, selling, fouryearolds and"
upward, purse $300, one mile Rubiola.
110 (Archibald) won; Almena, 105.
(Goose) second: True Sif, 107 (Mc
Cahey) third. Time 1:43. Coatcutter.
Barlette. Captain Burnett. Knight
Blase, George Young, Vincento, Rey
del Mundo, ran.
Second race, seumg. tnreeyearoias, i
! maidens, purse $300. six furlongs
Percy Taylor. 109 (Mewes) won;
Alarmed, 95 (Bell) second; Feckless,
102 (Garner) third. Time. 1:16. Mux
low, Verges Father Eugene. Red Cam
pus. Henry Belton, Billy Bunch, Wol
lcby. Cantsel, ran.
Third race, purse, twoyearolds. fillies,
purse $300. three furlongs Princess In
dustry, 112 (Austin) won; Sophrony
Brown. 116 (Ramsey) second; Ilzie,
105 (McCahey) tjiird. Time, :35 3-5.
Coed, Exactly, Owenlta, Nancy N Hunter,
Fourth race, selling, fouryearolds
and upward, purse $300. six furlongs
Lighthouse. 107 (McCahey) won; Blagg,
110 (Archibald) second; Howard Pear
son. 102 (J. "Wilson) third. Time. 1:15.
Lady Adelaide, Bertmont, Gypsy King,
Hannibal Bey. Hollow, ran.
Fifth race, selling, threeyearolds.
purse $300. six furlongs High Culture.
104 (Ramsey) won; Cathryn Scott. 97
(Garner) stond: El Perfecto, 105 (B.
Wilson) third. Time. 1:15 1-5. Billy
Mahue, Charlie Fox,- Uncle Pete, Lord
Clinton, Saintasa. ran.
Sixth race, selling, fouryearolds and
upward, purse $300. one mile Whip
Top. 107 (McCahey) won; Gunston. 104
i (Benscoten) second; Rickey. 109 (Ben-
sonj unra. Time, i:2. Dutchess oil
Montebello, Virginia Lindsey, Alice Col.
j mis, ura ouuaum, srougiiam. iiiacKO,
GETTING READY FOR
THE XEAV CACTUS LEAGUE
E. E. Neff is at Bisbee this week
consulting with the Bisbee and Douglas
; baseball -managers concerning the new
i Cactus league that he i assisting to
' organize in the southwest- The plans
hfor the formation of such a league to
j inciule EI Paso. Bisbee, Douglas. Can
; anea. Globe, Morenci and Tucson are
j well under way it. is said. There is
j some opposition to the formation of
such a league which will be a class D
"It is reported that a deal is pending
tor the purchase of the Globe. Morenci,
Clifton and El Paso franchises if they
are for sale and an official of the Na
tional organization Is said to be plan
ning for a trip to the southwest to
consult with the organizers of the pro.
IS FRANK CHANCE OR "CHA.VL,ES"
MURPHY BOSS OF CUBS?
Los Angeles, Cal.. Jan. 14. Is Frank
Chance or Charles Murphy boss of the
Chicago Cubs? Upon, this question de
pends Jesse Orendorff's immediate fu
ture. Chance has written
that he- will be given a chance hlitnrt
the bat for the Cubs next season. Pres
ident Murphy, of the Cubs, has writ
ten manager Berry, of the Los An
geles team, that Orendorff is not
needed in Chicago.
-Berry is up a tree as to who he
should do business with regarding the
transfer of OrendonT.
Less we forget, let's Keep our money
onii sci. iue uest, j-iODe
Ardoin' will get a big shipment of
fruits and vegetables tomorrow. By
buying there you will get she best and
Rock Island train No. 1, due at 10:40
p. m.. Is reported three hours late. Rock
Island Train No. 4. due at 12:45 p. m
is reported one hour and 30 minutes late'
All other afternoon and nitrhi- trnii,Q
re reported on time.
Denver, Colo.. Jan. 14. In the clos
ing session the National Livestock as
sociation approved federal control of
the open range, endorsing the Pinchot
administration, condemned the Pavne
tariff bill, urging a new one .nd ap
proved a range lease law. Fort Worth
Texas, was chosen as the next place of
meeting. ' j
If you want" the bestfish. either salt
or fresh water, phone S00, Ardoin s
where you always get the best.
Dr. DctTviler. eye. ear. nose
throat. 214, 215 Trust Bldg.
Dr. Prentiss, specialty diseases of
stomach and Intestines. Trust Bid".
Drs. Masrndcr and Mapes, dentists.
Probe Death of Millionaire.
Kansas City, Mo., an. 14. Express
ing the belief that Thomas H. Swope,
millionaire philanthropist, who died
October 3. was poisoned, relatives have
started an investigation. Attorneys
representing the Swope estate say they
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At the Price You OUGHT To Pay
We quote the kinds of meat you vant at the prices
that are right. Particular people who "want some
thing out of the ordinary run of meat? can depend
alwajrs upon having their wants satisfied at this
SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY
per lb ,
Home Rendered Lard I5c
Stetter & Schneider
(WITH JACES6N GROCERY CO.)
Phones: Bell 14; Auto 1014.
are convinced a plot was laid to kill
Col. Swope and then other members of
his family by innoculating typhoid bac
teria. They say an arrest in the case
will probably be made in a few days.
Don't Buy Coffee at Random.
When 3"ou buy coffee at random you
sometimes get just as good as we give
you, and sometimes you don't. It's Iarge
ly a matter of chance. When you buy
Clrase & Sanburn's high grade brands
of us you get the best that can be pro
duced. The same today, tomorrow and
alf the time. . They never vary. That's
why we sell only Chase & Sanburn's.
Jackson'x Sanitary Grocery.
Dr. Carpenter, office at the Eye and
Ear hospital. Stanton and "Wyoming.
L.nly Caramel. 25 Cents.
Saturday only, we will sell those de
licious 40 cents a pound Lady Caramels
of ours for only 25 cents a pound.
Potter Drnsc Co.
If there is a particular kind of
Kosher meat you would like, call up
Jackson's, phone 353. you'll find it
there, as that store makes a specialty
of good Kosher meats.
Drs. Pajret & Bailiff, moved to 2nd
r io T5ii
floor Caples Bldg.
H. F. Wright. 3T D. D. O. chronic,
nervous diseases, specialty. 224 Texas.
Ilni-ier to Mexleo.
San Francisco, Cal.. am. 14. Chi
San, appointed minister t6 Mexico from
China, has arrived here with his wife
and child. Several days will be speft
here before going to his post-
Special, Ladles purses, shopping bags.
11 Paso Trunk factory nortu side plaza.
Drs. 3Iarrndcr and Mapes, dentists.
We don't work for negroes.
Lady Caramels, 2.T Cents.
Saturday only, we will sell those de-
hcious 40 cents a pound Lady Caramels
of ours for only 25 cents a pound.
Potter DYug: Co.
Awnnled the Gold Medal.
Sedgwick creamery butter- i the but
ter that has been awarded Thf irrrtr?
medal at every butter exposition for
the past 20 years. That's whv we sell
Jackson's Sanitary Grocerr-.
' Phone 353.
164; Auto 1459.
$1.50 box. Phone
Drs. Masrrnder and Mapes, dentists.
References: Ask anyone.
Fresh eggs. Phone 7S1
Tramps Bnrn to Death.
Wister, Okla., Jan. 14. In a wreck on
the Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific rail
road, tea miles east of here, five un
identified tramps were burned to death.
i The men were imprisoned in the debris.
R. B. Bias Fuel Co.
Wood, coal. reea.. cement, plaster,
lime, building paper. 1014 Missouri
streot. Phones: Bell $49; Auto, 1S49.
Dies at Prayer Meetinir.
Santa Fe. N. M., Jan. 14. While
speaking at the prayer meeting of the I
First Presbyterian church, F. P. Crich-
rcr S !
AND FBESH FIELD, G-AEDEN AND FLOWEE
CALL ON OS
O. G. SEETON & SON.
THIRD AND CHLHTJAHTJA STREETS
BAY, GEAIN, FLOTJE AND FEED
eat You Want
per lb !..
3 lbs. for
107 El Paso St.
ton, a contractor, aged 73 years,
dropped dead from heart failure. "
Injured by Blast; Dies.
Trinidad, Colo., Jan. 14. With part of
his face blown off and both hands
blown away by the explosion of a ilyna
mite cap, Tony Melezzie, a miner, died
on the way to the hospital.
Commencing this date the business
of the Highland Water company will be
transacted from the office of the In
ternational Water Co.. 420 Mesa avenue.
Dr. Gray, eye, ear, nose and throat,
moved 2nd floor. Caples Bldg.
C. Ii. Bllllngrton, 70S Magoffin. Tel.. 1439
painting, paperhanging, decorating.
Ardoln's for the best of everything
Fresh eggs. Phone 787.
Stay Down Town !Late.
Jackson, who conducts the only sanr
itary grocery in the southwest, has
arranged it so that the good housewife
need not hurry home to see about din
ner. Jackson has adder? thn- flnjfr 7o.t?-
j catessen department to his store that
J ftrmp 'J .t. scales sen
department everything good to eat is
to be had. and all you need do Is to
sfep In and have a good dinner sent up.
ready to put on the table and serve, or
phone 353 before you start down town
and it will be there when you return.
Prices of 'meats are advancing but
you still sex nhe juicy, tender meat at
Ardoln's at the old price.
Want Aas x,? Tttbaac
The Heralct has arrangea to t&lcs
want ads by phone. CaU Bell 12S,
Auto 1115 up to 2 oclock daily. Tour
ad will be received. Inserted promptly
nd collected for next day.
too arcs face
You feel as if you had one face too
many when you hava i's'euragia. Don't
you? Save the race, you may need It;
but get rid of the Neuralgia by ap
plying Ballard's Snow Liniment. Finest
thing in the world for rheumatism, neu
ralgia, burns, cuts, scalds, lame back,
and all pains. Sold by all druggists.
is a features
Is Not a
Thus Thrown Away
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