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W&en you attend sales at this market you get only the choicest meats and
Saturdays we give real bargains. The meat you buy at tins market is
from the choicest fed cattle and you cannot get the quality at other mar
kets uhat you get here, not mentioning the jprice. Indications are that
meat -will not be cheaper soon-and it -will pay you to attend our special
sales each week and lay in a supply to last a few days-
Prime Bib Roast, per lb. 1 9 -,
Saturday only JL& S
Corned Beef, per lb. 1 O tf
Saturday only I - J.I
Shoulder Steak, on special sale. - Q
Saturday, at per lb ...?... v.. .-- O-w
Home rendered Laid, on i ' 1 P
eale Saturday at..', ........ ...:... AfcJt
Pine Mutton Stew, 7 f
on sale Saturday only - .. . . a w
Sf etter & Schneider
(WITH JACKSON GROCERY CO.)
Phones: Bell 14; Auto 1014. 107 El Paso St.
i - i
Our large line of carefully selected Mold
ings and !Frames enables us to meet every
TONIGHT, 7:30 O'CLOCK
Pryor's Band, Bohemian Orchestra of London, Ada
Jones, Billy Murray, John Case, Elizabeth "Wheeler,
Haydn Quartette and others in Comic Songs, Bal
lads,, Monolog&, Quartets, Etc.
Popular JRfnsic by Popular People
Second Vict rola Concert
TONIG-HT 7:30 ADMISSION FREE
W. . Walz Co,
Pioneer Music House. 103 El Paso St.
Angelus: Lee Parkin, Tucson, Ariz.;
W. T. Roerch, Douglas, Ariz.; J. Armijo,
Xas Cruces, N. M.; Hego JLala, Las Cru
ses, N.M.; J K. Davis and wife, Sacra
mento, CaL; P. E. Howard, Tucson,
Ariz.; W- C "Walker, Tucson, Ariz.; A.
X. "Walker,, Chicago, 111.; Henry S.
Fendler, New York city; F. A. Offerle,
Chicago; Charles "W. Snyder, Lks An
geles; Paul Conant, Los Angeles; B. M.
Smith, Chicago; D. Rhea Forman, Tuc
son, Ariz.; Gr. "W. Martin, Tucson, Ariz.
Sheldon C. L. "Watson, Louisville,
Ky.; Sol Halff, Los Angeles, Cal.; Mrs.
"W. C. Roberts, Fullerton; A. R. Rice,
Portland, Qre.; George Morrissy, Mex.;
W. E. In graham, North Keaoa, Ohio;
Pane D. Gillinde, Lordsburg, K. M.; E.
M. "White and wife, Black "Warrior,
Ariz.; M. "W. Carzoil, jr., Beaumont,
Tex.; O. D. Stuart, Cleveland, O.; J. M.
"Williams, Kansas City, Mo.; R. C.
Brooks, Austin, Texas; F. D. Peters
began, Jefferson City, Mo.; E. K. "Whit
IT IS POSSIBLE
to strengthen your weald stomach to
aid digestion and keep the bowels open
but you must take nothing hut
The above has been the experience with
thousands of others, and you ought to
profit by their example. Start today
and notice the rapid improvement in
your general health. It is for -Poor, Ap-
82tite, Heartburn, Headache, Indigestion,
yspepsia, Costiveness -and Grippe.
Best Fall Set of Teetfc $10.00
Good, reliable dentistry at a most
reasonable price. All work guar
mteed. Office over Guarantee
Shoe Store, 113 S. El Paso St.
BeH Phone 2709, Ring 2
man from Pittsburg
"would like to meet
someone in El Paso
"who will invest in
G 24 Care Herald
San Antonio St.
ney, Chicago; Mrs. Picard, Berino, N.
M.; R. E. Hines, city; G. U. Miers, Tu
cumcari, N. M.; L. M. Lester, city; D. F.
Valley, Los Angeles, Cal.; Edmund
Pauls, Limon, Colo.; George "W. Gaines,
Houston, Texas; B. F. McNulty, Hous
ton, Tex.; A. S. "Williams, United States
army; J. D. Erenul, Ft. "Worth, Texas:
Francis Sullivan, Albany, N. Y.; James
H McNulty, Holly, N. Y.'; J. Fuerst,
New York; B. "Williams, Albuquerque,
N. M.; B. F. Heartans, Ysleta. Tex.;
A. A. Otts, Ysleta, Tex.; A. M. Vebber
and wife, San Angelo, Tex.
St. Regis J. H. Dawson, Rochester,
N. Y.; H. H. Weitzer, St. Louis, Mo.;
Alton L. Dickerman, Boston, Mass.; A.
R. Rice, Portland, Me.; Larry Leon, New
York; S. P. Lewis, Kansas City, Mo.-;
H. H. Stron, New Orleans; Mrs, M.
Brooks, Waco, Tex.; D. F. Taylor, Dal
las, Tex.; W. G. Myers, Denver, Colo.;
H. A. Hollister and wife, Ahumada,
Mex.; Paul W. Bower, Silver City, N. M.;
C. H. Lupfeut, Los Angeles, Cal.; H
Stern, New Orleans, La.; S. Hoffman
and wife, Jacksonville, 111.; E. O.
Eshelby and wife, Cincinnati, O.; James
Eshelby, Cincinnati, O.; Miss Eshelby,
Cincinnati, O.; Miss L. Bidleman, Day
ton, O.; F. H. A. Lyle, Glenwpod Springs,
Colo.; George L. Flentofs, New York;
A. L. Sumtion, Los Angeles, Cal.; Simon
Hartman, Chicago; H B. Holt, Las
Cruces, N. M.; F. M. Kirby, Kansas
City, Mo.; Max Wolf, Cincinnati, O.; W.
H. H. Llewellyn, Las Cruces, N. M.; Sid
ney Smith, Chloride, N. M.; W. L.
Brown, St. Louis, Mo.
Zeiger F. L. Smith, Canon City,
Colo.; J. E. Urntington, Denver, Colo.;
Mary C. Wilweth, Carlsbad, N. M.; W.
W. Coxnd wife, San Augustine Ranch,
N. M.; Gaspar Giron and family, San
Elizario, Texas; Mrs. M. E. Langley,
Los Angeles, Cal.; Tom H. Hollings
worth, Marrietta Springs, Cal.; R. J.
Gate wood, San Marcial," N. M.; F M.
Goodin, Three Rivers, N. M.; John C.
Harris, Hancock, Mich.; .Edward Fitz
patrick, White Oaks, N. M.; Nestor Ar
mijo, Las Cruces, N. M; G. G. Galloway
and wife, Colorado; F. G. Stevens, Den
ver, Colo.; A. W. Harris, Harris, Mo.;
B. P. Haley, Rifle, Colo.
Grand Central J. M. Cochrane and
wne, iiioDe, Ariz.; aca biliar, Los An
geles; Wilson Barig, Chicago; MarUz
Loewenstein, Ysleta, Tex.; Thelma
Campbell, Ysleta, Tex.; if. Beckett,
Tucumcari, N. M.; F. E. Brady, Ljs An
geles, Cal.; F. Bowenstein, Los Angeles,
(Sal.; Pansy Adams, Los Angeles, Cal.;
Ruth Mason, Los Angeles, Cal.; J. B.
Ash. Dallas, Tex.; J. R. Llvesay, La
Mesa, N. M.; William Mohikern, Pop
lar Bluff, Mo.; William Thompson, Tu
larosa, N. M.; M. Acosta, Chihuahua,
Mex.; Murray Kinzey, Orogrande, N. M.;
G R. Pomeroy, Orogrande, N. M.; J.
Brown, Seattle, Wash.; E. Pico, Torreon,
Mex.; B. G. Frijando, Mexico City; I.
Joseph, Chihuahua, Mex.; B. -. Will
iams, Sanborn, S. D.; Abe Burnetre and
wife, Denver, Colo.; Regina Loliman.
Las Cruces, N. M.; Pauline Lohman, Las
Cruces, N. M.
Orndorff : Mrs. L. G. Rice and children,
Albuquerque, N. M.; A. A. Campbell. Dal
las, Tex.; P. C. Coleman, Colorado, Tex.?
P. F. Me5-ers, Shreveport, La.; A. C. Bur
rows, Carson; Ruby Hellman, city; C. L.
Watson, Louisville, Ky.; John J. Burke,
St- Louis, Mo.; E. Burgman, Brooklyn,
N. M.; T. N. Houton, Globe, Ariz.; Mr.
and Mrs. Rich, La Junta, Colo., O. L.
Wavely, St. Louis, Mo.; J. C. Holt and
THE GGHFLiOT OF
The average man will "jolly" with the
stout girl: but he steals glances over
her shoulder at that Miss Slender. He
would sooner hold the hands of the lat
ter in a fatuous silence than really en
joy himself with the other. Such is the
power of line. Just a line from chin
to toe, or nape to heel that's all. But
it rings the merry marriage bell.
Fat women should not repine but re
fine their own lines by means of that
phenomenal the Marmola Tablet. No
exercising or dieting is necessary.
Simply take one tablet after each meal
and at bedtime, and in a little while the
overplus of fat the coarseness of as
pect will disappear. The figure will
become slight enough to permit of a
maidenly contour, a pure outline, being
fashioned with corset and gown. Then
victory if not revenge.
Although Marmola Tablets often tako
off uniformly a pound of flabby fat a
day. they are quite harmless (being
made of the famous fashionable pre
scription: y oz. Marmola, oz. Fl.
Ex. Cascara Aromatic, 3 oz. Pepper
mint WaterJ. Consequent!
ones are safe In using them, for no
111 not even a wrinkle or stomach ache
will follow their use; seventy-five
cents secures a large case at any drug
gist's or by mail from the Marmola Co.,
737 Farmer Bldg., Detroit, Mich.
wife, Globe, Ariz.t D. P. Commans, Bay
City, Mich.: F. G. Meagher, Bay City,
Mich.; William P. Kavanaugh, Bay City,
Mich.-; William M. Burguss, Denver,
Colo.; Samuel Truber. Denver, Colo.; H.
P. A. Gammell and family, Denver, Colo.;
B. J. Simmons, Chicago; "J. L.. Augus
tine. Dordsburg, X. M.; John Bukertt, jr.,
St. Louis, Mo.; C. L. Green and wife, Al
tus, Okla.; Otto P. Kroeger, Altus,
Okla.; W. W. Boyd and wife, Marfa,
TCx.; T. R. Bennett, New York; H. R.
Heyman, New York; H. M. Gammel and
wife, Austin, Tex.; H. D. Moore, Chi
DEATHS AND BURIALS.
FATHER OF MRS. DAN STEDHAM.
Mrs. Dan Stedham received a telegram
yesterday afternoon announcing the
death of her father, T. B. Staufield, aged
72, at his home in Waring. Tex., and she
left last night for that place to attend
the funeral. Deceased was a confeder
ate veteran and was born in Memphis,
Tenn. Besides the daughter, Mrs. Sted
ham, deceased also leaves a son, Pettus,
in this city, who works at the Sheldon,
where Mr. Stedham is the engineer. The
family lives at 1400 East Third street in
Rosaura Pino, 23. years of age, died
this morning at 513 Newman street.
The body will be shipped to her home
in Socorro, N. M., for interment.
El Paso Commandery. No. IS, Knights
Templar, will meet Friday at 1:30
oclock to attend the funeral of Joseph
Carpenter, the retired minnig man.
FORMER SLAVE AGED 85;
DIES FROM GRIEF
Dallas. Tex., Jan. 27. Following the
death of his wife a few days ajjo, Mack
TQiump, a negro, aged 85 and a former
slave, died this mornins: from grief. He
and his wife were the first negro settlers
in Dallas county.
DO YOU LIKE A GOOD SHOW?
- - .. ' -
Read The Herald's opinion of "The
Lion and the Mouse" 'and' decide for
yourself if it is worth seeing tonight-
CHARGED WITH BURGLARY.
Antonio Gonzalez was arrested "Wed
nesday night by policeman Kemspear on
a charge of burg arizing the room of A.
C- Williams, a negro restaurant keeper,
who resides at 313 South Oregon street.
Nothing of value was taken.
Since the "son of a gun" joke may
not be translated in Spanish, the Mexi
can police are missing "just lots" of
fun. They are looking for an English
runaway, a bull dog named "Sun." He
ran away from his master at the Juarez
racetrack yesteraav mst as the sun
"cut. UU11, U1U.
VOLUNTEER GUARD SCORES.
Austin, Tex., Jan. 27. Adjutant gen
eral Newton today announced the rec
ords made in the recent rifle "tourna
ment of the Texas National Guard.
First is company B, Third infantry, of
Timpson; second, company F, Waco;
third, company M, Hillsboro.
GOLD PLATE IS STOLEN.
Detectives are investigating the burg
larv of the dental office of Drs. Brown
and Galloway in the Coles Block. Some
one entered the place Wednesday during
the noon hour, stole an overcoat and a
quantity of gold plate.
Anna Joachim was this afternoon
granted a divorce from Arthur E.
Joachim in the 41st district court.
With cream or fruit
for a breakfast starter, are sure
to produce it.
And there's a lot in starting
the day right.
You're bound to hand happiness
to someone as you go along-rthe
more sunshine you give, the more
Post Toasties will increase the
happiness of the whole family.
"The Memory Lingers' '
Pkgs. 10c and 15c
POSTUM CERrljAL CO., Ltd.,
battle Creek, Mich.
fjsRunn niun nn urTrn nsiiiiriin nr
i hurLn 1 1 yy o u r
Suggests Getting the Rich Ones First Council Agrees
to Buy Automobile Fire Engine and Thanks Women
of Charity Association For Their Work Dog
Catching Season Soon to Open; Also the
"Go after everyone irrespective of
who he may be in filing complaints
against property owners who fail to put
down sidewalks but we would much pre
fer that you single out men who nave
money and are able to fight the cases.
These were the instructions which
anarror Sweeney gave assistant city at
torney Vo-lney M. Brown in the city
rfkiiTin Tio.-mhfvr tViic .mfrniTK'. When a
j pefcition was presented by Rio Grande
street owners asking ior siaewaia.
The mayor's manner was no more de
cisive when he gave, these instructions
than it was a few minutes later when
3i sfiidr '-Tim f.vmo is Qtfrain fast ap-
-wi.; Siiw.f. after!
'ipl.'JZfWwnAr.'MmuzzlIng of all dogs in the city
This latter remark was made after the
reading of a communication from the
board of health requesting that the city
take action to force the muzzling of all
dogs and the destruction of those not
muzzled because of the danger of rabies.
Alderman Hewitt asked for an auto
mobile fire engine for the Central sta
tion, to cost approximatery $4500. ex
plaining that the new station in High-
iaTrl VnrHr will soon lie rtmT)leted and
the Centraljengine will have to be moved
there. The mayor was authorized to nd
vertise for bids.
Just prior to the closing of the ses
sion, the mavor stating that he did not
blame the "women of the Associated
Charities for abandoning the work of
looking after the city poor, suggested
that they shouldj be given a vote of
thanks for the work they liad done and,
upon motion of alderman BlumeathaL
such action was taken.
The mayor explained that the city
could give no more than the $65 per
month which had been given to this
society, but said if there was any other
society whicth would like to take up the
work on the same basis, the council
would entertain a proposition.
The City'M Health.
City health off icei- W. H. Anderson's
report for the week showed a total of
30 deaths; 10 being Americans, 13
Mexicans. 1 Belgian, 1 Irish, 1 Swede.
1 English. 3 negroes. The contagious
diseases existing at the present time
are reported as whooping cough. IS;
chlckenpox, 5; diphtheria, 2; smallpox,
1; typhoid fever, 3; measles, 23; 93 pa
tients were treated a-the dispensary
and 26 at their homes. Inspections
were made of 327 meat markets, 130
dairies, 37 slaughter houses, 29 res
taurants, 132 premises, 3S fruit .and
vegetable stores, 233 cattle, S hogs, 41
sheep. Seventy-two pounds of meatand
137 pounds of fruit and vegetables
were condemned and destroyed. Twenty
eight fumigations were made.
The weekly report of the sewer com
missioner showed 100 feet of S inch
pipe laid on Montana and Lee streets,
.12 Ts" put in. S plugged sewers
clean e'd, 30 flush tanks and manholes
examined. Work commenced on
Brown street sewer between Califor
nia and River streets.
Citv auditor D. C. Booth reported
$78.80 collected from Mrs. Marlon for
blasting work done by the street and
alley grading department. The rock
was blasted out on Arizona street be
tween Mesa and Stanton.
A. T. Samworth. city electrician, re
ported collections for the months of Oc
tober, November and December, 1909,
amounting to $290.30.
H,W. Cole petitioned the council
to have the 50 foot sign on Bliss street
in block 126. East El Paso, removed.
He said that it extended over the side
walk and obstructed the view from his
home. This was referred to the police
The Salvation Army's request for per
mission to use the band stand in San
Jacinto plaza Sunday afternoon, 'Feb
ruary 13, was referred to the street and
Want Cnrbinp: Put Down.
A petition was presented by O. C
Coles, S. T. Turner. B. M. Worsham, W.
L. Gaines and Joshua S. Raynolds ask
ing that a curbing be constructed at
Newman and Rio Grande streets, to
protect their property from heavy
water coming from the mesa during
rainy seasons. This was referred to the
city attorney. Mr. O'Neil is to be in
structed to appear and make complaint.
Carringre For Todd.
City engineer F. H. Todd reported a
petition from Lee street property own
ers regarding the establishment of a
grade and this was held up pending an
invftstlcratinn. TTfi said that owing to
tlie fact that he has crews in East El
Paso, old Fort Bliss and Highland
Park, lie needed some conveyance.
Mayor Sweeney said it would be a mat
ter of economy to provide him with a
horse and buggy. On the motion of al
"derman Clayton, the matter was re
ferred to alderman Robinson with
power to act.
King Worley, Arthur Fullan and oth
ers asked for a sewer extension to the
Mesa and this was granted on condi
tion that they grade the alley.
Spitting Must Stop.
Alderman Blumenthal. reporting on
the complaint of the civic league, re
garding spitting In public places, said
he had notified the police to enforce
They further asked for street lights
at all crossings where the street cars
pass but this is impossible at ttjis time
as -It would mean about ?34,000 a year
Alderman Robinson went to Juarez
to bring over the five deer presented to
the city by J. L. Vaughn, so mayor
Sweeney rferred a petition from J. E.
Gillett asking for grading In Highland
Park to the city engineer.
In. regard to placing street signs in
the new free delivery postal district.
Robinson recommended that the matter
be referred to the city engineer to de
termine the number of signs required.
Robinson recommended that the pe
tition of the West Texas Fuel company
for a spur track be granted and this
The petition of the J. I. Hughes
Printing company for a temporary
sidewalk was held up pending the in
vestigation of a plan to build a storm
O. D. Glbbs complained that his prop
erty on Hill street had been appraised
too high. The petition for a reduction
Alderman Hewitt, .referring to
Caples's petition, recommended that the'
action filed against him relative to fire
escapes on his new building be rescind
ed. To Buy Auto Engine.
The fire commissioners stated that
ill TO JAY
fiiL I U Lfil
the whistle is out of order and asked
that- it be repaired. This recommend
ation was approved.
Mayor Sweeney said that manager
Harry Potter, of the electric railway
company, had agreed to put in an auto
matic switch to turn off the power on
all street car lines when a fire alarm
Mr. Hewitt further recommended that
the mayor be instr,ucted to purchase a
combination automobile fire engine for
central station and this was approved,
the mayor to advertise fo.r bids.
"Get After Fido."
xne board of heal
The board of health asked for the
The mayor said: "The time is fast
approaching when the city council will
have to get after 'Fido' and get cussed
out by his owner. The communication
will be placed on file."
Must Build Sidewalks.
Referring to sidewalks, the mayor,
addressing assistant city attorney
"I think it would be a good thing
if a few backs were broken. Get after
these people and show no mercy. We
do not care who the man is but prefer
that you pick out some one on each
street who has money to fight the case."
An acceptance of the paving of North
Stanton street from Rio Grando to Main
street was presented by the city at
tornej and the ordinance accepting this
was placed on its first reading".
The Bitulithic company presented a
bid for the paving of South stanton
street from Second street to Eighth
street, which was accepted.
An ordinance requiring the registry
of all births with the city health de
partment under penalty of a fine from
?5 to $100 for failure to comply, was
placed on its first reading.
This also provides a similar fine for
failure by undertakers to secure burial
permits before interring bodies or ship
ping a body without a permit. Any
sexton or other person in control of a
cemetery permitting the interment of a
body without a permit shall be subject
to a similar fine.
This ordinance follows the passage of
a measure by the state legislature re- j
quiring the registry of births and
deaths with city health officers instead
of the county clerk.
Mayor Sweeney then read a communi
cation from the Women's Associated
Charities, stating that they will have
to decline to care for the city's charity
work as they do not receive sufficient
support from the city.
Further, they said the county had re
funded the amount expended on emer
gency cases during the cold spell in
November and December, 1909. The
amount due from the: city for this jworkt.
Mayor' fSweney said: "I was In
formed by Mrs. Turney that the women
contemplated this action and, while I
regret it, I do not blafhe them. The
city could not give any more than $65
a month. In the futurs the city will
have to do that through the mayor's
office. We could not place the money
In the hands of any commission. I
think it proper to extend the women
a vote of thanks."
On motion of alderman Blumenthal,
this was done.
(Continued from Page One.)
morning.' Carpenter said he had come
to get those cattle. Simpson said he
couldn't have them. Carpenter said he'd
get them if they were there.
"Then Carpenter started toward the
gate to the horse corral, going from
the house. After Carpenter had gone
a few feet, Simpson started over the
fence and pulled his gun on him. Car
penter had his back turned.
"Simpson threw his gun down on the
ground, though he had It In his hand,
while he was walking about 10 feet.
When Carpenter saw him he Jerked his
gun and told him three times to drop
his gun. I left to go get my horse and
follow Carpenter into the pasture.
"After he told Simpson three times to
drop his gun he shot; after the second'
shot his horse turned to run. Simpson
had his gun on him.
"When I went after my horse Snell
grove walked over to his horse at the
end of the line of troughs. There were
three shots fired that I heard. Simp
son was facing Carpenter and had a
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We have testimonials by the hun
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grees of piles which have been curea
by Pyramid Pile Cure.
If you could read these unsolicited
letters you would no doubt go to the
nearest drug store and buy a box or
Pyramid Pile Cure at once, price 50
We do -not ask you to do this. Send
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send you a sample by mail free.
We know what the trial package
will do. In many cases it has cured
piles without further treatment. It it
proves Its value to you order more
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coupon below and mall today.
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City and State
Prime Rib Roast, per lb 12c
Rump Roast, per lb. Saturday 10c
Shoulder Roast, per lb. Saturday only 10c
Sausage,, on sale Saturday per lb. only 10c
FINE PICKLES AND OLIVES '
Sealshipt Oysters and Home Dressed Poultry
Phones, Bell 136, Auto 2345. 213 N. Stanton St.
sixshooter in his right hand at the time
"I was about 80 feet away and could
see the sixshooter in his hand. Car
penter said: Tret's go.'
"Two women came to the corral after
wards. One of them had a shotgun or
rlflP. J. hlf curt T Tircnt rt,.4- Pl.-c.- T
think. I went to Polvo. Tom Snell-
grove was there when we left. !
"I went to Polvo with Mr. Carpenter,
changed horses, went to Clint and came
to El Paso.
"When I went tt Simpson's, I did not j
A,1U Lucre was going 10 De any trouoie
and did not anticipate anv. i
"There were only two pistols that I
saw. Slmpson--had one and Carpenter
had one. Snellgrove didn't have any.
"Snellgrove handed Carpenter 'a drink
of water while the latter was on his
horse. He did not hand him a six
shooter." Undertaker Testifies.
J. L. Burchard, an undertaker, was
placed on the stand by the prosecution
at the afternoon session of the Carpen
ter murder trial Wednesday and testi
fied as to the location of the wounds- in l
Simpson's body, saying that they were
evidently inflicted by a gun which was
at an angle above him, indicating that
Carpenter was on horseback when he
Virgil Harrison Hunt, the last wit
ness , introduced by the state, testified
that he was at the Simpson ranch the
night before the killing and Vaw Car
penter consulting with some one whom
he believed to be Snellgrove, but he
said he could not hear what they said.
At 4:30 an adjournment was taken un
til Thursday - morning, the prosecutio'tL
informing thejjudge that It wouM close
is case with the intfo'ductlon of docu
mentary evidence in the civil case pend
ing between Carpenter and Simpson for
the ownership of cattle and lands.
Carpenter will probably lake the
stand in his own behalf and the state
will introduce several witnesses in re
buttal. MILK THIEVES ACTIVE.
Several complaints have been made" to
the police repardinr milk thieves in the
northern part of the city. They ap
parently follow the milk wajrons and
steal the 'bottles from the porches.
SPOILED A GOOD MEAL
WITH A BAD STOMACH
aii-o-na Stomach Tablets Will Turn
a Bad Stomach Into a Good One in 5
Why will people eo on suffering from
Indigestion and topsy turvy stomach,
when Mi-o-na is guaranteed to cure or
Ask Kelly & Pollard.
If a physician, a specialist In stom
ach diseases come to you and said:
"I'll fix up that misearble worn out
stomach for you or money back."
I'll make it as good as new, so that
you won't suffer from any distress and
can eat what you want without fear
of suffering, or money back. I'll cure
you of Indigestion or money back,"
would you turn down his offer?
And when you are offered Ml-o-na
stomach tablets made from a prescrip
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CALL 01 OR WRITE TO
O. G. SEETON & SON,
THIRD AISD CHIHUAHUA STREETS
KAY, GRAIN, FLOUR AND FEED
OUR STEING OF
comprise everything that is in
season. The Pork is cut from
the choicest corn-fed hog3. Our
BEEF, VEAL, LAMB AND
is cut from young stock. It i3
young, tender and juicy, and
has been killed just long
enough to have the right flavor
EL PASO- BANKERS PLAN TO
RECEIVE STATE BANKERS
State Association To Be Here for Xwo
Days In May Local Committees
Between 600 and 700 of the men who
handle the money- of the state will be
In El Paso May 10 and 11, at the an
nual meeting of the Texas Bankers' as
sociation. Already local bankers are ar
ranging for the convention.
Bankers of El Paso anet at the cham
ber of commerce Wednesday afternoon.
C. R. ilorehead, president, and H. E.
Christie . was secretary of the meet
ing. Committees were appointed as
follows: Financial and executive, T. il.
Wingo, J. E. Williams, W. Coolcy; pro
gram, invitation and entertainment, J.
M. Wyatt, W. E. Arnold, W. L. Tooley,
Jlax Weber, O. T- White, J. G. McXary;
transportation, E. W. Kayser, J. D.
The Beautiful Hair
of English Women
(Annie Bly In N. Y. Graphic.)
The long, abundant and glossy tresses
of English women are not due to hair
tonics and heroic shampooing. There Is
a general belief over there that the less
water put on the hair, the better It Is;
they say wetting "takes the life out"
and leaves the hair dull, brittle and
English women with hair rich in
color, clean and wholesome and plenty
of it have told me they attribute it to
dry shampooing two or three times a
week. They mix four ounces of therox
with four ounces of orris root and
sprinkle a tablespoonful of this mixture
on the head; then brush the powder
thoroughly through the hair. They thus
also avoid the danger of catching sold
and the discomfort that accompanies
washing, rinsing and drying the hair.
This treatment keeps the hair light,
fluffy and lustrous, and is the only
thing I know that will actually produce
the growth of hair.
tion better than 90 percent of the stom
ach specialists know how to write, are
you going to be narrow minded and
continue to suffer from indigestion, or
are you going to be fair to yourself and
try Mio-na on the money back agree
ment? Ask Kelly & Pollard.
Mi-o-na stomach tablets will put your
stomach in such fine shape that all
danger of dizziness, biliousness, nerv
ousness, sick headache and stomach
distress will vanish.
And just think of the small price for
which Mi-o-na stomach tablets are
sold; only 50 cents for a large box at
druggists everywhere and at Kelly &
Pollard's, who guarantee them. Mail
orders filled, charges prepaid by
Booth's Ml-o-na. Buffalo. X. Y.
it is Noi a
Thus Thrown Away