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Eyster's C. O. D. Grocery
Bell Phones 823 and 844.
Trade for CASH at a Cash Store
and Let Us Show You the Difference
10-poana pail cottolene d! fe
4-pound pail cottolene
Globe Flour, Cream of
None "better sold anywhere, at any
24-pound sacks, Q(l
48-pound sacks, d?! yS
50 boxes specially cheap Sweet,
juicy .navels, 1 A
per doe. V
Xaxger size oranges, per doz., A f
20c, 2-oc, 30c and "vt
New shipment of those large black,
mountain Apples, three OErf
pounds for r- &-
IZ r. $2.75
Best Mountain Cabbage A.f
per pound TTC
Kne large dry Onions, Off-,
8 pounds for
CooMng Kgs, OKn
3 Vas. for u -wU
Peadhes, -J fr
per pound ...- - A vf
Apircois, 1 Kf
per pound -C- AJW
Prunes medium size Ef
3 pounds for OC
Prunes extra fancy OP
2 pounds for - OC
Best 2T- Y. state evp. apples, ex g
2 pounds for wC
Best evp. Raspberries, QCir
per lb OOC
Best evp. Blackberries, K
per pound ?w
Galifornia Canned Fruits Peaches,
Pears, Plums, Apricots, Grapes, Black
berries; the regular 25c quality
any price, .. Xf
three for UUv
Eyster's C. O. D. Grocery
LEADER IN LOW PBICES
Corner Kansas and Boulevard.
To Geo. B. Brady, frame and iron
stable and blacksmith shop, G5xl50xl0
feet, lots 9 to 14 inclusive, block 56, Cot
ton addition. Estimated cost $100.
To Fred W. Freeman, two room ad
dition to residence 18x24x34 feet, lots
4 and 5. block 76, Highland Park addi
tion. Estimated cost ?800.
To H. T. Ponsford, one story brick
residence, 54 feet 6 inches by 29 feet, 6
Inches by 22 feet, lots 8 and 9, block
74, Franklin Heights addition. Esti
mated cost $2350.
Incensed to Wed.
Enrique Gamboa and Iuz Ortiz.
Abraham Gonzalez and TJrbana Ra
mos. M. E. Shemeley and Emma S. Clifford.
Chas. J. Chenault and Beulah M.
Richmond street, between Lowell and
Russell streets, Altura Park Altura
Realty Co. to Eliza Taylor, lots 25 and
26, block 21. Altura Park add. Consid
eration ?300. Jan. 19, 309.
Gladstone street between Fisher and
Putnam streets. Sunset Heights
Great Texas Realty Co. to M. Hazen,
fiot 33, block 12, Sunset Heights add.
Consideration $4100. Jan. 3, 1910.
Northeast corner Montana and Stan
ton streets, Satterthwaite 'add. C1I
mena Stewart and husband to Monroe
Harper, lots 19, 20, block 43, Satter
thwaite S Hart add. Consideration $12,
000. Jan. 17, 1910.
Northeast corner Montana and Stan
ton streets, Satterthwaite Add.
"Monroe Harper to First Church of
Christ, scientist, lots 19, 20, block 43.
Satterthwaite (9 Hart) Add. Consider
ation $12,000. Jan. 17, 1910.
Mountain avenue between Dyer and
Weak Kidneys, Backache, Rheumatism or Lumbago it is
absolutely essential, in order to obtain satisfactory results,
that you take a reliable preparation that acts directly on the
Kidneys. Many persons trust to luck for a cure. No remedy
will be found more satisfactory than
Delays are dangerous. There is no more com
mon complaint than Kidney complaint Nature
always gives due warning and failure to heed
same may result in Diabetes, Lumbago, Brighf s
Disease, or some other serious affection of the
Kidneys. Pineuies are readily and naturally ab
sorbed and assimilated by the stomach, driving
out the poison due to disordered conditions of
the Kidneys or Bladder. They purify the blood
and invigorate the entire system. The first dose
will convince you that Pineuies will do all we
claim for them. Get a bottle TO-DAY.
Pineuies are put up in two sizes; $1.00 and 50 cents. The dollar size contain
IK times as much as the 50 cent size.
JOHN W. KENNEDY & CO. Chicago, U. S. A.
Sold hy Knoblauch Drug Company.
Ind. Phone 1691.
Home made Concord Grape Jelly
two glasses OE-
Butter. tJhA venr fiAst.
nor Donnd Tv v L
StroctJy fresh Ranch. Eggs, A f
per dozen KJG
5 gals, for
5 gals, for OUC
4 pounds best bulk Starch OP
3 1-lb. pkgs. Eddy or Gellu- QP
loid Starch, for awC
Large pkg. Gold Dust OA
Large pkg. Grand Ma Borax j? "
Powder, each 20c; or 3 for..OUC
6 small pkgs- Grand. Ma Op
Borax Powder for iOC
8 bans D. C. Soap, OP
6 bars Cry. WiMte Soap g
for .. uOC
4 bars Fells Naphtha Soap O p
6 bars Pearl WHte Soap OS
3 pkg3. Macaroni, . Og
2 pkgs. Imported Macaroni OP
for .. :...6(OC
3 lbs. Bulk Macaroni OP
3 lbs. Bulk Vermicelli -rtp
for a uDC
Big lot 1-2 and 1-lb. pkgs. Tree Tea,
all kinds, regular 75c quality g v
special price, per lb 3 J C
M. J. B. Coffee, 1 and 2-pound tins,
while it lasts at, OA
per pound OlC
Extra fancy Norway Mackerel large
and fat regular 15c quality, f
at, each J.tjf
2 lbs. Standard Pack To- F
niatoes, 2 for Jt3C
2 lbs. Standard Iowa Corn, c r
3 for dtDC
Partello streets, Grand View Grand
View Realty Co. to Phoenix El Paso
Building company, lots 6. 7, block 103,
Grand View Add. Consideration $350.
Jan. 19, 1909.
Southwest corner Overland and Stan
ton streets. Mills Map Linnie Moor
TVolcott to Chas. R. Loomis and J. M.
Goggin, 78 feet of southwest corner
block 38, Mills map. Consideration $39,
000. Jan. 6. 1910.
Franklin Heights, Highland Park
and East El Paso. Chas. "W. Irwin to
F. G. Morris and Sam B. Gillett, one
third of interest in lots 5, 6 block 2,
Franklin Heights Add; 29 to 32, block
50 Highland Park add; 27, 28, block 60,
East El Paso add. Consideration $10.
Jan. 17, 1919.
North Virginia street, between Boule
vard and Montana streets. Campbell
add. Robert E. Shimmer to Mrs. Alice
G. Merchant, lot IS, north lot 19,
block 260, Campbell's add. Considera
tion $4750. Jan. 12, 1910.
Southeast corner Chihuahua and
Sonora streets, Mills Map Emily G.
Pratt to J. B. Brady part of lot 121,
block 26, Mills Map. Consideration
$8500. Jan. 20, 1910.
DOX'T TAKE ANYBODY'S ' WORD,
JOEY THE EXCURSION, SEE FOR
DELEGATES HAVE PICTURES
TAKEX WITH MAYORS
With mayors Joseph TL Sweeney, of
El Paso, and Fenx Barcenas, of Juarez,
representing the two cities, and D. m!
Payne representing the cmamber of
commerce, the 250 delegates In attend
ance upon the convention of the grand
lodge of the Ahanza Hispano-Ameri-cana
were photographed in the Fra
ternal Brotherhood hall and also at the
north side of the courthouse yesterday
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Bisbee, Ariz., Jan. 21. It is rumored
that If the election Jan. 26 be
against the saloons, the "drys" of this
county will ask president Diaz for a
50 mile dry zone along the Mexican
border. It is also said that the anti
saloon leacuft has aJrenrlv submitted
the question to secretary Knox through
senator La FolJette.
M. Cordova, 19 years old, is being
detained in jail on the charge of five
robberies, which had yielded him about
$700 in money and a lot of jewels. To
these charges are added his attempt
to break the walls of the jail, freeing
himself and all the other prisoners.
District Attorney Investi
gating Alleged Importa
tion of Voters.
Bisbee, Ariz., Jan. 21. The district
attorney, of this county is vigorously
Investigating some cases of fraudulent
registrations which, it is alleged, have
occurred here for the local elections of
January 26. "
It Is rumored that a regular Impor
tation of voters has been carried on
during the last few weeks and the
county authorities are determined to
act with the greatest severity.
Following the meeting of the Bisbee
merchants with the Arizona board of
railroad commissioners it is believed
that some reductions will be obtained
on express rates from the Wells-Fargo
It is announced that freight rates
on the El Paso & Southwestern rail
road company will soon be reduced.
This will satisfy producers from Cali
fornia and will De of good advantage
to shippers to and from El Paso.
James & Phillips have been awarded
the contract for the erection of the
Elks lodge in this city. The building
will be two stories high. When com
pleted the building, devoid of its fur
nishings, will cost more than $20,000.
BAXftUET TO GOTERXOR
MIER TO COST $15,000
Chicago Woman Will Have to Walt
Until Summer Before Gloving Body
of Son From 3Iexico.
Monterey, N. L., Jan. 21. A banquet
which Is said to entail a cost of some
thing near $15,000, will be given in the
Palacio de Goblerno, the state capitol,
in honor of Gen. Jose Ma Mier, govern
or of Nuevo Leon.
The banquet is to be given by the
business men and citizens of Monterey.
Mrs. Hayes Thompson, of Chicago,
who came here several weeks ago to
make an effort to remove the body of
her son, who was drowned near this
city several years ago, has decided to
spend the rest of the winter' with
friends In San.Antonio, Tex., as it will
be impossible to move her son's body to
the United States until sometime next
July. Toung Thompson was drowned
in a waterspout between this city and
Saltillo and was burled in Monterey
before his mother could arrive here,
from her home In Chicago.
Mrs. G. S. Sawyer, -while regulating
an electric iron at her home on calle
Morelos, was badly shocked and came
near being seriously injured in the fall
she experienced. She had two fingers
burned deeply. She was thrown across
the floor and wras unconscious for sev
NO MORTGAGE, TAXES, INTEREST.
BACHELOR GIRLS GIVE
CONCERT FOR RAILROAD.
Pecos Committee Which Worked For
Nexv Line Dines With Promoter
Pecos to Have Ncir Dairy.
Pecos, Tex., Jan. 21. An enjoyable
feature in connection with the sign
ing of the contract for the new rail
road to Balmorhea was a dinner given
by P. B. Smith, to W. L. Carwile and
the committees that were most active
in raising the necessary bonus and
securing the road. Covers were laid
The Bachelor girls gave a concert
at music hall to raise the money pledg
ed to the railroad committee, and the
program was the best ever rendered
before a Pecos audience. The pro
ceeds from this entertainment amount
ed to nearly ?100, which was turned
over to the committee.
W. B. Wiggins, president of the Sun
day School Field Workers of America,
addressed a union meeting of the Sun
day schools of Reeves county, at Pe
cos, and organized a county union.
C. E. VEdmonston, of Stamford, has
purchased a tract of land just outside
the city limits, and will at once ship
40 cows to start the dairy, which he
will operate here.
3IARFA BAPTISTS PIiAX
TO BUIIiD IfEW CHURCH
ilarfa, Tex., Jan. 21. The Baptists
are contemplating building a church.
P. H. Clark of El Paso is here at
tending court. He is well known In
Marfa, having resided here in past
Judge H. H. Kilpatrick is absent
from the city for a week.
J. A. Harris and wife have gone to
Lockhart, Texas, their old home, where,
they will visit for a week or 10 days.
Mr. Harris is manager of the Marfa
Dry Goods company.
Mr. Mahon, father of Dr. Mahon, of
this city, died at his home in Gonzales
The Woodmen's Circle gave a supper
at the town hall lately.
Judge Glllis, of Del Rio, is attend
ing court here this week.
Mrs. Yates has returned after mak
ing quite a lengthy visit to eastern
C W. Livingston made a trip to Al
Alfred Driffel came up from Shatter
M. Kirby, who has been sick, Is re
ported much better.
Mrs. Eugenia Nichols Is recovering
from her recent illness.
"WILIj XOT IXCORPORATE
Austin, Tex., Jan. 21. H. B. Perkins,
of Dallas, representing the Fordyce Oil
company, successors to the Waters
Pierce Oil company, is here today to ar
range for the payment of the gross re
ceipts of taxes. He says that S. W. For
dyce will not incorporate at the present
but will conduct the business as an individual-
Great excitement was caused by a
blaze in the Broadway dining parlor.,
The fire department was called, but
when the firemen arrived on the scene
the fire had been extinguished.
Two wrestling matches will take
place next Sunday between Emil An
derson, Joe Dorris and Roy McAlleter.
Paul Arthur and another Cornish
wrestler will also take the mat.
Six races, will be run next Sunday at
the Warren track. The sixth race is
open to burros of every Kind ana many
boys will enter it.
j "VV. Arbuckle, an expert miner, died
recently in Bisbee.
SAN CARLOS DAMSITE
Tieton Project, by the Gov
ernment, Is Nearing
' Globe, Ariz., Jan. 21. Engineer C. E.
Crownorer, of the reclamation service,
arrived in Globe recently from a week's
visit through the Salt River valley.
Mr. Crownover is superintendent of
construction and irrigation on the Tie
ton project, which is in one sense a
part of the larger Yakima Valley
When asked regarding the Tieton
project, Mr. Crownover said:
"It was undertaken for the purpose
of supplying the needed water to an
area of about 35,000 acres of land, the
most of which has thus far not been
'cultivated, though most of it Is under
patent. About 2000 acres of it was
wholly or partly irrigated before the
project was undertaken.
"The enterprise is only now nearing
practical completion, so the farmers are
expecting to secure water this season
for the first time under the adminis
tration of the government.
"The Tieton project involves a joint
plan of water storage, xin eluding a dam,
small in comparison with the Roose
velt structure, and diversion works for
tapping the normal flow of, the river.
As it is a new land projt there is
more theory and less precedent to go
by than In the Salt River valley. Some
fear a shortage of water even with the
storage works, but all those questions
are yet to be determined."
Mr. Crownover left for San Carlos,
where he will study the conditions of
the proposed San Carlos damsite.
MONEY IS DUG- UP
UNDER A BANS
Evidently Deposited There
in Early Eighties "When
Bank Tas . Saloon.
Hillsboro, N. M., Jan. 21. Quite a bit
of surprise -was expressed here when the
workmen wno axe remodeling &ae ouna
in of the Sierra County hank dug into
a snug sum of money, which seemed to
have been buried there years ago.
As is well known nil over the territory
of Xew Mexico the Sierra County bank
has been doing business rn the same
banking rooms for more than 24 years,
and no opportunity for the treasure to
he -buried -there could have been probable
cince the rcom has been used for banking I
The ibuilding is of adobe, with a double
outer wall and single inner partitions.
It was used at one time as a saloon.
That was back in the early SO's when
silver mining and much whisky and more
j gambling were the leading issues-
mere was no 'Danjc at mat time in xnis
city, and the supposition is that after a
set of 'heaw games which lasted many
,, " i, t l - i .r J,-u
tunes an ninr. me net receipts ci wie
occasion were deposited under the floor
for safetv, the owner jhavinT probably
been slain in a fiht which occurred
early the next afternoon.
The bank has laid the money hack in
its strong box vhere it will keep iirtintil
the owner calls for it and describes it
sufficinetlv to convince the finders that
he is entitled to it.
RED aiOUXTAIX C03IPAXY
3IAKES A RICH STRIKE
Bisbee, Ariz., Jan. 21. Acocrding to
reports from the Dragoon district a
rich strike of ore has been recently
made at the property of the Red Moun
tain Development company, owned
mostly by BIsbeeites.
The ore bodies at the 60-foot level of
the shaft show a high percentage of
copper and It is expected to find more
valuable ore at the bottom of 'the
shaft. The company, which has al
ready a large force of men in the
camp, Is planning the Jnstalation of
additional machinery so that develop
ment work In the mine can be carried
on on a larger scale than before.
AliLEGED EXPRESS ROBBER
IS ARRESTED IS CAX-D.
Waco, Tex., Jan. 21. Sheriff Geo. W.
Tilley received a telegrarntoday from
Sudburv, Ontario, from Wells targo
officials saying that Geo. W. Bates,
alias Fred W. Clifford Dorway. has been
arrested there on a charge of taking a
thousand dollars last December at
Baizl, McLennon county.
The money was consigned to the-First
National bank at Brazil, and was han
dled bv the Wells Fargo.
Tilley leaves for Canada tomorrow
ht.- wnv nf Washington, where he wm
obtain requisition papers from presi
Galveston Tex., Jan. 21. Two Bulga
rian immigrants under deportation or
ders and held at the Methodist immi
grants' home, escaped from their quar
ters yesterday morning. They were un
der guard with 20 others awaiting the
steamer to return them to Europe. Ad
mission was denied them by the immi
DIVORCED WOMAN ASSAULTED.
McKlnnoy, Tex.. Jan. 21.-OffIcers and
a posse today are still huntir.sr the as
sailant of Mrs. O. M. Wynne, who -was
wavlaid and shot three times while driv
ing near town last ni?ht. She was also
beaten with a; revolver. Mrs. Wynne
savs her divorced husband attacked her
(because she refused to live with him
DAIiHART TO ORGAXIZE BAXD.
Dalhart, Tex., Jan. 21. At a recent
meeting it was decided to make an ef
fort to reorganize the Blair cornet
band and give open air concerts the
coming summer. It ds proposed to re
organize -with 14 pieces.
Commissioners Call Por
BidsmL STew Court House.
Chiiiamen Deported. .
Teeming, N. M., Jan. 21. Mrs. W. C.
Simpson, wife of the cattle inspector
for this section of the territory, left
her 5 months old baby daughter
asleep for a few minutes, and when
she w'ent to see if the child was still
asleep, she was horror stricken to find
the little one had died. The child had
been ailing for a few days, but was at
no time considered seriously ill. The
young mother was frantic with grief,
but sympathizing friends comforted
her until the arrival of her husband,
who had to drive from Hachita.
Gen. Stephen S. Blrchfield and Mrs.
Birchfield, of El Paso, were recently
initiated into Ruth Chapter, No. S, Or
der of the Eastern Star, Mr. Birchfield
bedng a charter member of the Demlng
Masonic bodies. They were accom-.
panied by Mrs. Estora Walker, worthy"
matron of El Paso Chapter No. 244,
Order of the Eastern Star. A .banquet
followed the work.
Judge McKeyes deported five China
men, freed four and held one 30 days
longer for trial, all the result of the
work of inspector Fred D. Jack. United
States officials from El Paso, Albu
querque and Ias "Vegas attended the
Hon. A. B. Quantrell, daughter and
niece, have joined the Michigan colony,
The county commissioners have ad
vertised for bids to construct the $50,
Onlv One BROMO QUININE"
That Is LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE.
Look for the signature of E. W.
GROVE. Used the World over to
Cure a Cold in One Bay. 25c.
HORSE31EN MAY PUT ON
RACES AT CLIFTON
New Mexicao Man Sells Cattle at Clif
ton Activity in Enildlnjc
Clifton, Ariz.. Jan. 21. Jack McAles
ter, of Duncan, is arranging to bring
to Clifton his string of horses and In
augurate a series of races. McAlester
and Jim Parks are the turf men of
A S. Cousland, of Silver City, has
been in town for a few days, and sold
to Dick Stephens of the S. & S. Bottling
works a bunch of cattle. The sale
price was in the thousands.
Dick Shanklln, well known in west
Texas and Tucumcari, N. M., is father
of a new boy.
J. Backstein is again on the streets,
having recovered from his recent acci
f?fnr snffinipntlv tn bft around
Tom O'Donnell has purchased the )
Greenlee three story lodging house on
Chase creelcfrom Walter Chesser.
Clifton building improvements are
meager at present, but four new resi
dence structures are in process of con
struction on Hill's flat.
Ths imerican Exgsss
Of Good Living
The Principal Cause of the Great Pre
valence of Indlgestiou and Dyspepsia.
A Trial Pnckage of Stuart's Dyspepsia
Tablets Sent Free.
Man Inhabits every part of the globe
where external influences can be suc
cessfully resisted. Food ic nn mnn,-
tant element in effecting this, and na-
ture has provided for It accordingly.
The colder the climate the more animal
food and oily substances are required;
the warmer a preponderance of vege
tables and fruits is necessary in one's
The whale-blubber of the fur-clad
Eskimo, and the rice of the nude Af
rican, are as much necessities of lo-
fcality, as matters of choice. The same
Indications exist in civilization. Thus,
the diet in America and England is
essentially different from that in Italy,
Spain and Egypt.
The effects of universal commupica
tion are nowhere more obvious than on
the luxurious table. To furnish the re
fined cuisine, alTviimates, both sea and
land, are laid und"er contribution, and
the stomach is expected to digest,
without assistance everything that Is
put into it. Combining together such
varied products, and thV neglect of the
relation between climate an4 foods, are
very active causes of dyspeps-ia.
The heavy substantial dishes of thi3
climate accord badly with theN ther
memeter at ninety degrees; and fnvin-
frexibillty in regulating the kir,d andJ
quantity or rood is a cause of a large
proportion of the ill health an -i stom
ach troubles among the English and
Thousands of people who haveYsuf
fered from stomach troubles, an a
general Ill-health resulting therefrpm.
because of a badly regulated diet, and
the ingesting of an excessive amount
of food at the table, have obtalnedX
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ever any of ie well7known symptoms
of indigestion are present.
These powerful digestive tablets con
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stomach to digest the food, and in the
exact proportion as found therein.
Thqy take the place of the natural di
gestive juices when the latter are de
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their work for them, removing the In
digestion by digesting the food, and
resting,- strengthening and purifying
the digestive tract.
There is no other digestive remedy
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equal to Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets;
none which is so rapidly and power
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of dyspepsia and Indigestion In so
thorough and pleasant a manner as
these marvelous little tablets, a single
grain of which is capable of digesting
3000 grains of any and every kind of
All persons -who are annoyed with
stomach troubles of any kind should
use Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets, which
will remove such troubles In a very
short time. Purchase a box from your
druggist, and send us name and ad
dress for free sample. Address F. A.
Stuart Co., 150 Stuart Building, Mar
shall, m; "
The BfleatYou Want
k fha Frios You OUGHT To Pay
We quote the kinds of meat you want at the prices
that are right. Particular people who wanf'some
thing out of the ordinary run of meats can depend
always upon having their wants satisfied at this
SPECIALS FOS SATUEDAT
Home Rendered Lard 15c
Phones: Bell 14; Auto 1014.
SUIT CASES ARE STOLEN;
THREE MEN ARRESTED
Thursday morning George Jacobson
and P. Johnson were arrested on El Paso
street by poKeeman Elliott, having in
their possession a suit case. Two faouTS
later P. R. Inwin, a civil engineer, ap
peared at the police station and identified
the grip whien contained charts and tools
for making maps.
Jose Diaz was arrested on San Antonio
street at 11 oolock by policeman Simp
son. He was docketed as a suspicious
character, having three empty suit cases
whioh he claimed to 'have purchased- An
hour later the theft of three suit cases
was reported from a store at 202 East
Overland street, so the charge was
changed to theft under $50.
DOXT TAKE ANYBODY'S WORD,
JOIX THE EXCURSION, SEE FOR
HARDESTY CAN TELL YOU ALL.
STRIP OFF CLOTHES TO .
AWAIT END OF WORLD
Bellingham, Wash., Jan. 21. After
being exhorted by a "holy roller" to
prepare for the end of the world,
George Paschott, his wife, and her
children stripped themselves at Lyndon,
Wash., climbed to the roof of their
home in freezing weather and- waited
for a fiery chariot from heaven. When
the family was discovered their 11
months old baby was dead from ex
posure and hunger and another child
was at the point of death.
Paschott appears to be regaining his
senses, but the -woman and two chil
dren are violently insane. The prose
cuting attorney says he will try and
hold the preacher on a manslaughter
MAN WliTH BRASS ARRESTED.
Gandelario Lazarin was arrested at the
corner of Fifth and Santa Fe streets yes
terday and docketed as a suspicious
character. He had a sackful of brass
when taken into custody.
VERDICT IS RETURNED
IN DIAMOND CASE
In justice E. B. McClintock's court
Thursday a jury In the case of Arthur J.
Fullan vs. ilrs- E. Clarion, returned a
verdict for the defendant in the sum of
$135. The suit concerned the purchase
of a diamond brooch. The defendant;
claimed she 'bad token it merelv on trial.
HOMESEEICERS TO TEXAS.
Dallas. Tex.. Jan. 21. Nearly
homeseekers from the north passed
through Dallas today on a special M. K.
& T. train for the gulf coast country,
where thej expect to locate.
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I ALFALFA SEED
AND BESH FIELD, GAEDSN AND FLOWEB
CaTX on or write to
THIRD AND CHEBTIAHTJA STREETS'
AY, &BAIN, FLOTJB AND FEED
per lb :
3 lbs. for
107 El Paso St.
HUGH CUTHBERT SOOX TO BE
A REAL AMERICAN CITIZEN.
Since winning the amateur champion
ship of the southwest at golf Hugh T.
Cuthbert, of Douglas, who is the daddy
of golf in the southwest is no longer
to be known as ai Scotchman, but
rather as an American. Not that Hugh
ey 'has renounced his native heath as
nis old home. But living in America,
Cuthbert has decided that to be a real,
live American, citizenship and the right
of franchise was necessary. A trip to
Tombstone, where the necessary papers
were filed turned the trick and the Hon.
Hugh T. will have the honor of voting
for William Jennings Bryan in 1912,
that is, providing 'he is a "DImlcrat."
B. A. Bass, formerly the owner and
manager of the Carr-Bass Liquor com
pany, is here from his present home in
Columbus, Ga., visiting friends.
J. W. Ward, superintendent of the
Texas & Pacific at Big Springs and J.
Patton, master mechanic of that di
vision, were in El Paso yesterday.
DANGER IN DELAY,
Ki&BCT Diseases Are Tee Dangrr&ux
Fer El Paso Feeple te Neglect.
The great danger of kidney troubles
Is that they get a firm "hold before tke
sufferer recognizes them. Health. is
gradually undermined. Backache,
headache, nervousness, lameness, sore
ness, lumbago,, urinary troubles, drop
sy, diabetes and Bright's diseeasa fol
low in merciless succession. Don't neg
lect your kidneys. Cure the kidneys
with the certain and safe remedy.
Doan's Kidney Pills, which has cured
people right here in Bl Paso.
L. A, Allen, 30a S. Kansas street, El
Paso, Texas, says: "For some time 1
was troubled, by disorered kidneys,
these organ3 being affected by the na
ture of my work. I suffered from a pain
in the small of my back and was caus
ed much -annoyance by irregular pas
sages of the kidney secretions. I finally
learned of Doan's Kidney Pills and de
ciding to try them, I procured a box
at Kelly & Pollard's drug store. I be
gun their use and soon noticed Im
provement in my condition. They fin
ally removed my trouble and there
has been no recurrence since."
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J FOSter-Milburn Co.. Buffalo, New York,
soie agents for the United States.
j Remember the name Doan's and
j take no other.
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