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EL PASO REBALD
Thursday, January 27, 1910.
Fancy Imported Figs and Dates stuffed with wal
nuts," almond and pecans. Regular price 40c.
This week we will close thern out for 25c per box.
Large California Celery 10e
Fancy Florida Tomatoes, per lb. 15c
Hot House Cucumbers, each 20c
New Orleans & California Lettuce 10c
Mountain Cabbage, per lb. 5c
Florida Green Beans, per lb. 25c
Green Bell & Chili Pepper, per lb. 25c
Brussel Sprouts, per lb 20c .
Fresh Spinach, per lb. 10c
Water Cress 10c
Turnips, Beets & Carrots, 3 bunches 10c
Cauliflower, per lb. 12 l-2c
15c Fresh Mexican Strawberries, Per Box 1 5c
50 Pound Box Fancy Apples $2.50
50 Pound Box Choice Apples $2.00
SEND US YOUE MAIL ORDEES
Phone 151. 210-212
Irrigation Companies Incor
porated for Two New
Santa Fe, N. M-, Jan. '2.1. Incorpora
tion papers have been filed today by the
Portales Land and Development com
pany of Portales, Roosevelt county,
Tvhich -will irrigate 15,000 acres by
pumping. The capitalization is $25,000
and the incorporators are: T. J. Moli
nari, W. E. Dindsey, Ed J. Neer, W. O.
Oldham G. M. "Williamson, G. V. John
son. W. I. Linkart, G. "W. Carr, S. T.
Body, C. P. Mitchell, John R. Hopper,
India Humphrey, "W. T. Jackson, J. M.
1 oggard. J. B. Priddy, J. B. Sledge.
The Capital Securities company, of
Sauta Fe, has acquired from Jay Turley
all of his water filings on the San juan
and tributary streams and will go to
work at once to construct the first unit
of a great irrigation system, the first
unit to consist of 20,000 acres uuon
which colonies -will be settled. H- I Hol
lister, of Chicago, -who has colonized the
Twin Fails country In Idaho, has taken
hold of the San Juan project -which, -when
completed, trill involve the expenditure
of several million dollars.
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DANDER IN E
Preface tkicfc, luxuriant hair rrfcem all
ether rcHteaies fall. We snarate
DaHderiBe. All DrHjrsUts. 25c, 5c aad
1, r icbI tkla Ad Tvitk 10c (stasia mr
diver) lor a larse trr saaIs.
KXOWLTON DAKDERIXE CO.,
EL PASO TEEATEE
HENEY B. HARRIS Presents
The If ew York Success
"With the Original Cast v
and Scenic Production
Special Matinee Thursday
Prices Kight, $1.50, 1.00, 50c
Matinee, $1.00, 75c, 50c
Texas St. Auto 1151.
El Paso and vicinity: Tonight and
Priday fair and colder.
New Mexico: Tonight and Friday
West Texas: Tonight fair, colder;
Friday fair, colder in south portion.
The center of the storm has moved
from the upper Mississippi valley to the
vicinity of Lake Ontario, and snow is
falling in the lake region.
WiuTi the exception of some snow in
j nortihern Xevada. and rain in Oregon, the
reported preerprcatton at tne last z
hours "was wholly in the northeast.
In the Mississippi vallev tihe icmpera-
1 ture has generally fallen 10 or more de-
j A weak barometric depression occurs
over central Texas, while an area of high
1 pressure, central near the junction of
Xevada, Idaho and Utah, covers the
country between the Rocky mountains
and the Pacific, and fair and somewhat
colder weather nv-ill prevail at and in
tie vicinity of El Paso tonight and. Fri
day. Temperature and Rain
(Observations taken at 6 a. m.)
Min. Majc Rain
Abilene 44 64 Q
Amarillo 32 58 0
Buffalo 32 42 .36
Chicago 32 45 .06
Del Rio 48 SO 0
I Denver y2 24 46 0
Detroit 30 42 .14
El Paso 41 62 0
Flagstaff 24 44 0
Galveston 60 70 0
Kansas City ...-. 32 52 0
Los Angeles 46 64 0
New Orleans 60 74 0
Now York 34 38 .01
Oklahoma 34 56 0
Phoenix '.36 66 , 0
Rapid City 28 40 0
Roswell ..; 24 62 0
St- Louis -,:...32 56 0
Salt Lake 20 34 .10
San Francisco 44 54 0
Santa Fe 20 40 0
Washington 30 38 0
Yuma 44 6S 0
N. D. Lane, Observer U. S. "W. B.
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Read The Herald's opinion ot "The
Iion and the Mouse" and decide for
yourself if it is -worth seeing- tonight.
J. H. Undwig and H. Desmond are
the conductors in charge of the two G..
H. & S. A. work trains now ballasting
track between oallado and Valentine.
HOME CURE F0?i ECZEMA
Does it not seem sstrange that so
many people suffer year in and 3ear
out -with, eczema?
A 25-cent bottle of a simple wash
stops the itch and will surely con
vince any patient.
This wash is composed of mild and
soothing oil of wintergrecn mixed with
thymol and glycerine, etc., and known
as D. D. B. Prescription. We do not
know hov.- long the D. D. D. Laborator
ies will continue the 25c offer, as the
remedy is regularly sold only 'in 1.00
bottles and has never before been put
on the market on any special offers
If you want relief tonight try a bot
tle at 25c on our personal recommen
dation. Kelly & Pollard, Sheldon Hotel.
50 Gents a Pound
25 Cents a Pound
C. S. PICKRELL, Mr.
205 N. Oregon St Phone 34
Capt. Walton the Hero of
Day and Saves Troopers
Capt Walton was the hero of the bat
tle of the bowls (not bolos) Which was
fought at the fort Wednesday. Had
it not been for this fearless officer
of the fighting 19th, the invading forces
from the lowlands would have taken
the soldiers captive and returned to
-t ttt thpJr severed scalps as
well as those of the heroic defenders of
the fort on their wampum belts, or
whatever kind of belts the braves from
the Os-Aple tribe wear when they go
a gunning for the palefaces.
It was the five men match whlcn
the El Paso bowlers had begged the
troopers for which caused all the
trouble. Not content to allow the Fort
Bliss bowlers to leave for the Philip
pines with the championship of the city
to their credit. Chase, Herfourt, Bryan,
Sukerman and Houck challenged the
soldier team for just one more chance.
"Please give us just one more chance to
wallop you," the local bowlers begged.
"With some little few please," sang
the soldiers of the merry 19th.
A Sad Tale.
Now comes the sad part of this tale.
With sparks shooting from his finger
tips, Capt. Walton slammed the balls
over the post alleys until there was not
a pin which might not have been mis
taken for a new brand of breakfast
food, so badly chewed up were the
pins. The captain bowled 246, yes, that
Is the correct figure, 246, for his first
game, made It 229 for the second, then
stubbed his military toe and rolled but
197 in his third game. But even at
that there were 672 points to his credit
when the game was over, a sufficient
number to win the match for the Fort
Bliss team. t
Tonight, after the Texas telegraph
tournament at the T. M. C. A. the same
teams will bowl on the association al
levs. The El Paso team is still hoping
to beat the soldiers just one single little
time before they leave for the Islands.
The scores made in the game at the
1 2 - 3
Robe 163 149 145
Jones 177 161 1S5 523
Montgomery 137 174 222 533
Walton 246 229 197 672
Fore 171 171 169 511
S94 SS4 918 2696
1 2 3 T.
Chase 155 192 174 521
Herfourt 192 173 195 560
Bryan 192 212 14S 552
Sukerman 151 169 1S2 502
162 171 1S6 519
, 852 917
Two Men Mutch.
Houck and Sukerman rolled a two
men match with Jones and Robe at the
post after the five men game, the El
Paso pair winning the three games b3"
a margin of 141 points. Houck and
Sukerman bowled 1167 and Jones and
Y. 31. C. A. Match.
The Smelter team won from the In
ternationals at the Y. M. C. A. last
night, the Smelter bowlers winning
two games and the high team total.
The scores made were:
Smelter 1 2
Byles i.. 144
Aguirre 1 104
2 3 T.
150 117 405
131 154 k6
116 133 353
109 100 36S
155 137 441
654 661 641 1956
LONG AND SHORT SCHEDULE
TO BE SUBMITTED TO NATIONALS
Pittsburg. Pa.. Jan. 27. After decid
ing to submit the ong and short sched
ule to the National league at its meet
ing next month, the joint schedule com
mittee of the National and American
leagues adjourned "Wednesday "night and
the members left for their homes. Be
fore adjourning a formal statement was
made by the committee in which it was
stated that both the 168 and the 154
game schedule would be presented to
the president of the National league
teams at the New York meeting.
Ban. B. Johnson, president of the
American league, who was present at the
conference, paid that either schedule
would be agreeable to his league.
GOLD MEDAL CONTEST.
The third gold medal meet will be
held at the Y. M. C. A. gymnasium Fri
day evening. These gold medal events
are being held during the winter and
the athlete making the highest number
of points in the series will receive a
gold medal. The first intermediate
medal contest for the younger boys will
also be held Friday evening preceding
the older boys' contest which starts at
GOTCH TAKES OX BECKER.
St. Joseph, Mo.. Jan. 27. Frank Goth
has sig-ned articles tcmeet the only oth
er exponent of the mat Kame$ besides Dr.
Roller, -who has a M. D. handle to his
name. The match is to occur on Maj-ch
7 in the St. Joseph auditorium, and will
be between Gotch and Dr. Becker, known
as the Australian giant.
You'l. ce surprised ut- the results yon
will (ret from a small -want, rent or
for sale au in he Herald. "Will not
cost more than 2nc to 50c. Phone Bell
115. Auto 1115 and ten the jrirl.
DO YOU T.TKE A GOOD SHOW?
Head The Herald's opinion of "The
Lion and the Mouse" and decide for
yourself if it Is worth seeing tonight.
The greatest meat sale El Paso has
ever known will be at Ardoins Sat
urday. J.ckx vre ioriet. let Keep our money
-1 home and "still get the best, Globo
WILL THE FIGKHT
BE CALLED OFF?
Considerable Stalling Is isTo-
ticeable and There Is
New York, N. Y., Jan. 27. After
months of stalling on the strength of the
fight agreement, and when the expected
battle between the black and white men
had begun to lose its glimmer; the an
nouncement that the Jeffries-Johnson
fight may be declared off, has been
made here. The dispute and expected
break between Tex. Rickard and Jack
Gleason is given as the reason.
The two fighters are said to be tak
ing sides with each of the promoters
as to the place for holding the fight,
Jeffries siding with Gleason and John
son with Rickard. Should such a rumor
prove to have any basis of truth, the
skeptics who have been looking upon the
proposed fight arrangements as being
not altogether on the square, will be
given a chance to get an "I told you so
or two out of their systems.
First race, six furlongs, selling Bal
ronia Avon; Miss Picnic second; Judge
Quinn third. Time, 1:15 3-5.
Second race, three furlongs, purse
Kormack won; Aldrian second; Soon
third. Time, :37 3-5.
Third race, futurity course, selling
Sewell won; Phil Mohr second; Dr.
Dougherty third. Time, 1:12.
Fourth race, five and a half furlongs,
selling Father Stafford won; Steel sec
ond; Likely Dledonne thirdi Time,
Fifth race, mile, selling Servicence
won; Rubric second; Cocksure third.
Time, 1:44 1-5.
Sixth race, five and a half furlongs,
selling Mi Derecho won; Silver Line
second; Argonaut third! Time, 1:10.
First race, about three furlongs,
straight away Sanctum won: Kathryne
Gardner second; Blanche Ring third.
Time, :35 1-5.
Second. race, five and a half furlongs,
selling Dr. Vinson won; Cathryne
Montour second; Mrs. Elliott third, j
Time, 1:12 2-5.
Third race, one and one eighth miles,
selling, over hurdles Dr. Heard won:
Madison Square second; Bronte third.
Fourth race, six furlongs, selling
Confessor won; Sanona Girl second;
Eminola third. Time, 1:19 3-5.
Fifth race, .ix furlongs, selling Jack
Lawson won; Jack Dennerlln second;
Col. Ashmeade third. Time, 1:18 3-5.
Sixth race, one and one-sixteenth
'miles, selling Pirate Diana won; Cano-
plan second; Claiborne third. Time,
First race, three furlongs, selling
Darling won; Rye Straw second; Lady
Ormicant third. Time, :36.
Second race, six furlongs, selling
J Flying Footsteps won; Dave Wallace
j second; Henderson third. Time, 1:01.
Third race, six furlongs, selling Top
Note won; Grande Dame second; Mary
F. third. Time, 1:13 1-5.
Fourth race, Tallahassee selling
stakes, mile Pocomoke won; Elf alia
second; PInte third. Time, 1:39 1-5.
Fifth race, seven furlongs, selling
Shapdale$.won; Endymion second; Gold
Dust third. Time, 1:28.
Sixth race, one and one-eighth miles,
selling Warfield won; Billy Pullman
second; Lee iCavannagh third. Time,
1:54 1-5. '
Emma Goldman's Advance
Agent Holding a Hobo
Ben Reitman has broken out ajrain.
The professional hobo, self sayled "kins
of the hoboes," who was in El Paso
with Emma Goldman, whom he claimed
as his -wife or what ever they call their
better or worse half in the -pure social
istic state, is cutting up once more.
This time it is a mass meeting cf hoboes
in Chicago, although Doc" calls it an
uplift convention of ths unemployed,
"Doc" being a college grad. and a sharp
in more ways than his present profes
sion, that of living without the necessity
Reitman was an El Paso last year as
the advance aqent of Emma, the ex
ponent of everything typified in the ex
pression "agin the government," and he
remained 'here till Emma got here- Reit
man, who is a graduate of the Louis
ville Medical college anl a man of cul
ture (once removed) arrived several days
in advance of Emma, the fire eater, who
he referred to alwavs as "liss Gold
man," although he said that they were
as "much man and wife as their sell
made laws of life would permit. 'Tnere
is no marriage nor giving in mamage
in. Socialism," ReSfcman said in answer
to a direot question -whether Emma G.
was his better half cr not.
Reitman. assisted and abetted by
James Eads How. is holding a conven
tion of the chronic unemployed, the op
ponents of toil, the "down with tflie
dignity of labor" bovs and the the
toil not, neither do they spin" sons or
j Will" civic nio'tto. is the goat for the
gaithermg of the junjrle camp gang, xnt
Curpose of the organize tion, ns described
v Reitman. is the uplift of the man out
of work, whether it be because ot ins
own inclination or the economic condi
tions. The real purpose of the convention as
read in the bewhiskcred faces of the
delegates is to eat without work, it is
the history of Coxev's memorable hoarde
re-peating itself in ".pocket edition Krm
anl the police are carefully watching
Reitman, TLow and their vagabond crew.
SHREVEPORT ALLEGES TAJpTn,T
Shreveport, La.. Jan. 27. It was an
nounced here today that suit will be
filled with the interstate commerce com
onission against every railroad running
from Louisiana into Texas becaus of
alleged rate discrimination. .
"VJ1. T. Lrwv..o.n -rftnrAentmff the
Shreveport traffic association, will leave j
for Xew Orleans this afternoon to con- ,
fer with counsel and to file the suits.
The shippers declare that the freight !
rates harm the state and aid xexas.
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X,ion and the Mouse" and decide for
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risis o ! o on iii
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1 IE! LU i U
Eider 'for Bedwell Stables
Has an Off .Day Blagg
It was Carroll Shilling's day off Wed
nesday at the track. After his bril
liant ride on Knight Deck and his
string of cleverly won victories the
Bedwell boy failed to put ov.er a single
winner Wednesday, although he was up
in tevexy race and rode four close
money favorites in the races yester
day. Having a strong following among
the men who play the jockey stronger
than the horse. Shilling gave his
friends a taste of the "it's all going
out" end of the game.
But two of his horses got in position
at the finish to cash a place bet and
these were Pajaroita and Joe Ehrichin,
the second and fourth races. Shilling
rode but two of the Bedwell entries
"Wednesday, Pajaroita and Hannibal
rot- noithor fif -re-hldi was ready. In
the sixth race the jockey rode one of
his own mounts, Goldway which is be
ing trained by his brother, J. Jl- farm
ling, and raced under his name.
Blagg, from the Lee stable, won the
overnight handicap from a field of six.
Pajaroita, with Shilling in the saddle,
was not good enough to beat Blagg in
h?c nrp.qfttit condition. The winner laid
off in the early race and when ready j
ran over his field to the finish. Pajar
oita was second and Elizabeth Har
wood, interefered with in the early
stages, finished gamely just inside the
First race, selling, 3 year olds, purse
$300, 5 furlongs Bob Lynch, 107
(Garner) won; Interpose, 110 (Bensco-
tfTil fsconnfl: Fusileer. 112 (Rice) third.
Time, 1:07 1-5. James Blackstock,
Father Eugene, Sam Webb. King Rover,
Caesarless, Fairmount, Block and Gren
Second race, selling, 4 year olds and
upward, purse $300, 7 furlongs Gib
son, 102 (Benscoten) won; Joe Ehrich
107 (Shilling) second: Miss Alert, 105
(Rice) third. Time, 1:25 4-5. Kopek,
iMinnolette, Cardinal Sarto, Bonnie
Reg. Tremargo, Don Hamilton, Bonnie
Prince Charlie, and Doctor ran.
Third race, purse, 2 year olds, maid
ens and fillies, purse ?200, 3 furlongs
Miss Brunette, 10S (Rice) won; Es
ma, 10S (Small) second; Cat. 10S (Md
Cahey) third. Time, :41 1-5. Mary
Rudd, Ina, Coed, Owenita and San Fran
cisco Maid ran.
Fourth race, handicap, purse $300, 6
furlongs Blagg, 106 (ilondan) won;
Pajaroita, 116 (Shilling) second;
Elizabeth Harwood, 100 (Quay) third.
Time, 1:12. King Cobalt, Sugar Maid
and The Fad ran.
Fifth race, selling, 4 year olds and
upward, purse $300, 6 furlongs Gladys
Louise, 114 (Louder) won; B. J. Swan
ner, 119 (Molesworth) second; Ches
wardine, 114 (Ramsey) third. Time,
1:14 1-5. Bell of Brass, Arcourt, Han
nibal Bey, Moliere, Sabado, Dandy
Dancer. Hollow and Deuce 'ran.
Sjlxth race, selling-, 4 year olds and
upward, purse $300, 1 mile Buna, 107
(Rice) won; John E. McMillan. 104
(Kennedy) second; Gerrymander, 10 r
(Molesworth) third. Time. 1:40 l-5w
French Cook, Ora Sudduth, Niblick,
Goldway and Melange won.
Meets to Prepare Plans for
Operations Along the
There was a meeting of the Women's
Charity association board this morning
in the rooms that have been occupied by
the Associated Gharitjies in the basement
of the courthouse, and future work of
the Charity was discussed bv the board.
Mrs. "W. W. Turney. the president,
said plans were being formulated for
the future work of the Charity along
the lines of its original operations
among women and children and that
Mrs. Hills would probably take back the
work, as she did before the Woman's
Charity became merged with the Asso
ciated Charities work.
Mrs, Turney said that pl.-fns had not
yet been completed for quarters and the
future operations of the Charity.
The -letter of the women declining to
act further in the matter of distributing
the city and county charity fund, because
it is too small for the needs of tlie work,
was read to the city council today nnd
they were tendered a vote of thanks bv
tihe council for their past efforts. The
mayw said he did not blame them fcr
giving up the work, but the citv could
not afford to allow anv more money.
Hiss Harrison Quits.
Mis Fanneal Harrison, who was su
perintendent for the Associated Chari
ties, has resigned and given out the fol
lowing letter cf resignation, which shows
m E1 Paso, Tex., Jan. 21.
To the Executive Board of the Women's
After two and a half months' trial as
superintendent of your socictv, I find
it impossible to carry on the" work in
the manner an associated charities
should be conducted. Many things are
not brought to a successful finish be
cause of the constant dictation from the
You do not ive your superintendent
the preogatives, which are due the of
fice. The scope of the society is en
tirely too narrow. Many matters should
be taken up and manv things investi
gated. Simply giving out food, cloth
ing, etc, small donations, is in no
way improving the living conditions of
any one family. Your society does not
take up the broader problems" for which
I have been trained, so I ask that yen
kindty accept my resignation to take ef
fect one month from date.
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Lion and the Mouse" and decide for
yourself if it is worth seeing tonight.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy never
disappoints those who use it for ob
stinate coughs, colds and irritations of
the throat and lungs. It stands un
rivaled as a remedy for all throat and
lung diseases. Sold by all druggists.
ft. S&? trT TtT-':'
Four Extra Specials
25c BATH TOWELS 15c
fi Fringed, unbleached Turkish towels
lihat are extra good values at 2oc.
Just 35 dozen will be on sale tomor
row and Saturday 1 j?
$2.00 GLOVES $1.00
Inventory shows that we have too
many of t)he ?2.00 kid gloves. So,
tomorrow and Saturday we will sell
our regular high grade $2.00 kid
gloves, in all colors, at, (J 9 A A
J.CalufcarEhyGooda Ccx 0mr mull
CARTER &' SOUTHERN BRANDS .
STRICTLY PHRE WHITE LEAD
12. ft. kegs S1-20
25 " lb. kegs 52.30
50 lb. kegs - $0
100 lb. kegs.'. -" $9-0
Also Pure Linseed Oil, 90c per gallon. Cans extra.
TUTTLE PAINT . GLASS CO.
Our stock Saddles, Harness, Bines, Shotguns, Am
munition and Sporting Goods are all "Al." Call
Su ana examine same, ujl vuuc ua. .au uuwo &v,
SHSLTON-PAYNE ARMS C9.
301-303 EL PASO ST.
Are our exclusive selling agents in El Paso. We do not sell
or ship our goods to any other dealer; consequently, their
store is the only one at which we can guarantee consumers
will receive our importations genuine and fresh.
Jan. 19, 1910. CHASE & SANBORN, Chicago.
Jl'AREZ JOCKEY CIUB.
Forty-fifth Day, Friday, Jan. 2S.
First race, selling, fillies and mares,
six furlongs Mary Genevieve, 95: Orba
Smile 100; Banlady, 100; Camera. 100;
Alve B 100: Malitine, 100; Silver Stock
ire 107; Dainty Belle. 107; Minnie
Bright. 110; Llsta, 112; Airs, 112; Whip
Second race, selling, five and a half
furlongs May Day, 100; Ina Johnson.
100- Daisv Garth 105; Miss Hardly,
105- Billy Bard, 107; George Field. 107;
Red Campus, 107; Father Eugene, 107;
Uncle Pete, 110.
Third race, selling, one mile and a
furlong Miss Dida, 100; Buna, 102;
Sensible, 105; Light House, 10S.
Fourth race, selling, five and a halt
furlongs James Blackstock, 102;
Grenalan, 105; Judith Page, 105; Nila,
105- larmed, 105; Cesarilass, 105; May
Bride. 105; Matt O'Connell, 110; Sam
Fifth race, selling, six furlongs
Acqula. 94; Ann McGee. 99; Med
dling Hannah. 105; Uncle "Walter. 105;
Financier, 109; Execute, 111; Marchmo
Sixth race, selling, one mile Mar
jorle K, 99; Tom Franks. 101; Henry
of Shennamere, 100: Gerrymander, n0':
Engraver, 10S: Oro Sudduth, 109: Car
dinal Sarto, 111; Sabado, 111; Niblick,
cials at Calisher's
are always of great
interest. Those for
the end of this week
are unusually so. In
addition to the end-of-the-week
we direct attention
to. the advance spring
displays in practical
ly all departments.
We mention particu
larly the showing in
the Millinery Section
of tailored models in
IPisk, Gage and Castle
7 1-2c CHALLIES 5c
The Basement special is Full Width
Kimono ChalKes, in. spring patterns,
that are worth 7 l-2c a yard. On
sale tomorrow and Saturday C
$7.50 HANDBAGS $4.95
We find we have too many handbags
in stocks Alligator, walrus, seal and
(morocco bags that should, sell at
5.50 to 7-50 will be on sale tomor
row and Saturday at
To Users of
SEAL BRAND Coffee
CORPUS CHRIST! CH-O'VEL.
Washington. D. C, Jan. 27. The war
department has received the board
of engineers plans for a 13 foot chan
nel at Corpus Christl. Representative
Garner said he had authoritative in
formation that the channel would be
recommended with an appropriation of
Best meat at panic prices at Ar
doin's Saturday. See ad tomorrow.
ECZEMA CURED BY
Who is there that has ever had
this terrible disease that would not
give anything they possessed to be
cured? It matters not how long you
have suffered, what you have tried,
or if every part of your body is an
itching, burning sore, a permanent cure
awaits you. Thousands have been
cured by the use of "Imperial Remedy.
Among them are people from every
town and village in the south.
The instant "Imperial Remedy"
applied you feel relieved. This prepa
ration has a pleasant odor, contains no
grease or salve and requires no band
' ges. It is a clean liquid which pene
trates the pores, loosens the fibrou3
tissues and purifies the diseased parts.
After the disease has all been driven
out the skin 4s left pure, clear, soft
and white, and the trouble will never
return again. The price of Imperial
Remedy is ?1 per bottle. Your local
druggist can get it for you. If he
will not. mail us 51, and we will send
you a bottle by express, charges pre
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