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Special
For
Iq making jour purchases for Saturday, Sunday and
the fore part of next week, remember to visit our
market and -you can make a considerable saving.
For Saturday only we will offer the best meats at
very inducing prices.
A Few bf the Specials
Home Made Lard, on Sale Saturday
rer lb
Veal Stew, on special saie aaiuru , j g g
per lb ; Ue
Mutton Stew, a Saturday special at only, rt
per lb O W
Corned Beef will'sell. Saturday for, f (
per lb .-.....-. lC
Leg of Mutton, Saturday value only, g?
per lb AwC
Chuck Roast or Steak, 3 lbs. for
only
Stetf er &
(WITH JACKSON
Phones: Bell 14: Auto 1014.
MHSBaMaOBBMH
TWO GIRLS ARE
HURT IK" AUTO
(Continued from Pagre One.)
see may recover, but another has ex
pressed the opinion that he does not see
horr she can set vrell.
This morning1 she -was suffering1 from
hemorrhages and blood flowed from her
ears.
Burt's Storr.
Tj. C Burt, who- lives about 275 feet
east of the point -where the accident
occurred on the north side of the road,
said: "I -was standing in front of my
home and watching the automobiles
pass -when this one came along. It must
have been going 60 miles an hour. I
noticed it particularly because It was
running faster than any machine I have
ever seen here and some of them go
mighty fast.
The chauffeur tried io pass between
s. farm wagon and a buggy and struck
the left hind axle of the heavy wagon;
he did not blow big horn and apparent
ly did not slacken speed when he tried
to make the pass and I thought some
thing would happen to him when it oc
curred to me that he was going to at
tempt such a hazardous move.
"After striking the wagon, the auto
moblleskldded along for a distance of
about 100 feet, made two revolutions
and the three passengers were thrown
into the air and struck the ground with
great force.
, "The driver of tne wagon was not
hurt for after the auto struck him his
horse began to jump and he was en
gaged in quieting him."
Auto Tears Up Road.
There is a deep cut on the north of
The
Immortal
.aiSit' Grows Hair
mm mm The
Artists:
Caruso, Farrar, Melba, Ssmbrich,
Scotti, Journet, Plancon & Chorus. t
Victrola Concert
This Evening 7:30 O'clock
W. G.
Music Room
Wal
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Schneider
GROCERY CO.)
107 El Paso St.
the road where the automobile finalljl
stopped and there are marks all aloncM
the road showing where it skidded in
snake shape and on the south side are
blood stains from the injured.
The farm wagon rests at the north
side of the road, Its heavy -wooden
axle splintered in the middle but other
wise perfectly sound. It -was hauled
nway from the center of the road lm
mediatel yafter the accident but cut a
small gash In the roadway when the
axle was broken.
J. A Smith -went to the scene shortly
after 5 oclock in an automobile, took
several men down on the dairy truck
and loaded the remnants of his touring
car onto it, hauling them to the dairy.
A Herald reporter hurried to the
scene of the -wreck in an auto shortly
after the accident.
AUTOMOBILE ACCIDEXTS WTLTj
HAPPEN'.
But whether you ride in an auto
mobile or not you should have an acci
dent policy that will pay you suffi
ciently' to take care of your expen.-es
while you are disabled, and in a com
pany that is known to pay their claims
promptly and justly.
"Every time the clock ticks every
working hour, Every day the Continen
tal Casualty company pays a dime to
somebody, Somewhere, who is sick or
hurt."
L. E. GIHett, District Manager,
207 St. Louis Street.
W. M Pence, stockman of Midland,
Tex., is at the Sheldon hotel.
A. C. Xasli, (president of the street
railwav company at Chihuahua, Mexico,
1 is in El Paso.
and we can
PROVE IT!
Great DANDERINE Never
Fails to Produce the
Desired Results.
IT enlivens and invigorates the hair
elands and tissues of the scalp.
resulting in a continuous and
Increasing growth of the hair.
Letters of praise are continually
coming In from nearly all parts of
the country stating that Danderlne
has renevred the growth of hair In
cases that -were considered abso
lutely hopeless.
A lady from Brooklyn vrrites:
"After a short trial my hair stopped
falling, and I now have a lovely head
of hair, very heavy and over one and
a quarter yards long."
Danderine stimulates the scalp,
makes it healthy and keeps it so.
It is the greatest scalp invisjorator
known. It is a wholesome medicine
for both the hair and scalp. Even
a small bottle of it will put
more genuine life in your
hair than a gallon of any
other hair tonic ever made.
It shows results from the
very start.
Now on sale at every drug ani
toilet store in the land; 3 sizes
25c, 5GP and $1.09
n- m To ehow how quickly
rl CO TTtr!irin aets.ira
Cut
will send a large sample free
by retummail to anyone who
sends this free coupon to the
Knovlion Canderne Co., Chicago,
Thts
Out
with their name and address
and JOc in silver or stamps
to pay postage.
5 5 By
Gounod
z company
103 El Paso St.
A Skin of Beauty Is adoy Forever. !
r T. Follx Gouraud's Oriental
Cream or Magical Baautifler.
Removes Tan. Pimples,
Freckles, iloth P-itches,
ana every uin-u
nn beantr. and le-
II fies detection. It
Jjas stood the test
rt 159 rpsrs. and
is so harmless -we
taEteittobesurelt
Is properly made.
Accept no counter
feit of similar
name. Dr. L. A.
Sayre eald to a
lady of the ham
toa (a patient):
"As you ladies
will use them.
-. -1 -- 4V 1nn:4 KoiTwfril nf all thQ
Goods Dealers In the United States, Canada and Europe.
FEHD.T.H0PK1KS, Prcn., 37 Grad Jonas Street, NewToifc
Building Organizations and
Linnber Companies Are
Aiding Builders.
The demand for rental houses costing
from $3000 to $4000 is causing a num
ber of realty and building companies to
erect desirable cottages to meet this de
mand. Building comnanies have been
organized to finance the construction of
these buildings ami the are all doing a
good business in building houses to or
der. The companies not only build to
suit tenants lor rental purposes, but
-will also build on an arrangement by
-which the renter may buy the house on
easy payments. These companies are
the direct cause of many El Pasoans
(purchasing homes who could not afford
to build a house with their own finances.
In addition to the building companies
the lumber companies also make a simi
lar agreement with prospective buyers,
building the house and taking notes for
lihe 'pavment of the proDerty.
"More Homes Being Built.
The Phoenix El Paso Building coni
"pany recently purchased a lot and a half
on Golden terrace, fronting on Rio
Grande street and will build a modern
cottage facing Lee street. The two lots
adjoining this site on the east are alsp
to be improved with a brick bungalow
having Bedford stone trimmings and a
red tile roof-
Thomas R. Francis has been issued a
building permit for a brick residence on
lots 20, 21 and 22, Franklin Heights
addition. The house will cost $4000 and
is being built to sell.
Deeds Filed.
Wyoming streer, between Austin and
Lee streets, Franklin Heights James
H. Cound and wife to Herman I.
Howell, lots 3 and 4, block 42, Franklin
Heights addition; consideration ?10.
Jan. 11, 1910.
Satterthwaite addition A. J. Light-"
foot et al to L. M. McCummen, lot 71,
southeasterly 20 feet lot 70, northwest
erly 5 feet lot 72, block 6, Satterthwaite
addition; consideration $2S00. Feb. 21,
1910.
Hills street, between Firdt and Sec
ond streets, Campbell addition J. M.
Duthie and wife to Z. T. White, lot 3
block 69, Campbell addition; consider
ation $2600. Feb. 14, 1910.
Blisa street, between Lima and Grama
streets, East El Paso H. L. Howell to
L. O. Howell, lots 5 to S, block 124,
East El Paso addition; consideration
$1050. March 2, 1910.
Durasno street, between Piedras and
Rayner streets, Bassett addition Sam
D. Ware to Peter Michero, lots 10 and
11, block 33, Bassett addition; consid
eration $1- March 1. 1910.
Tobin, Tex. Frank R. Tobin to Jose
Maria Rosas, lots 26, 27, 2S, block 165,
Tobin, Tex.; consideration $155. March
8, 1909.
Tobin. Tex. Frank R. Tobin to
J Gregorio Rangel, lots 24 and 25, block
j 198, Tobin, Tex.; consideration $20.
May 20, 1909.
Tobin, Tex. Gregorio Rangel to Es
tanislao Lopez, lots 24 and 25, block 19S.
Tobin, Tex.; consideration $75. March
2, 1910.
Births.
To Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bouman, "404
Taya street, girl, negro; Feb. 27, 1910.
To Mr. and Mrs. Harry Young, 804
North Oregon street, boy. American;
March 1, 1910.
Building Permits.
To Mrs. Hannah Paul, to replace
wooden fence 6x25x9 feet, brick wall,
south half lot IS, block 252, Campbell
addition; estimated cost $35.
Licensed to "Wed.
Clarence Oscar Reed and Francis
Marguerita Sullivan.
COUPONS GOOD FOR
SHOY7" SATURDAY
(Continued From Page One;
such clever school girly stunts between
acts this week, was everywhere at the
same time, shaking hands with the wo
men, petting the girls, and occasionally
taking shy glances at the boys in the
balcony who hesitated and failed to meet
their idol of the baseball song. A
young mother-came on the stage carry
ing a roily poly baby in long clothes
Miss Bainter made a home run dash for
tho baby, had it cuddled up in her arms
in an instant and she insisted on croon
ing to it v. hilo the baby's mother was
introduced -to the members of the Bailey
company.
j The Herald's hanov familv will be
gien another opportunity to enjoy tho
big paper's hospitality Saturday after
noon, when another Herald matinee will
be given by special arrangement with
manager Rich, to accommodate all those
who failed to get in yesterday.
ROSWELL MAN TO CLOSE
BIG DEAL IN TEXAS
Roswell, X. M.. Mhrch 3. Solon
Owens has gone to Mem-phis, Tex., where
he plans to close a deal for $85,000.
Mrs. Lucy Peckham died at the' fam
ily home. Mrs. Peckham leaves a hus
band and a child one vear old. Rev.
George Fowlef of the Christian church
conducted the funeral services.
To Eradicate Skin Rashes
Skin rashes or redness that annear
t on your face, hands, arms, legs, back
"'. "uy snouia te treatea at once with
Littell's Liquid Su.phur Compound. Not
only are they bad themselves, but Ec
zema often starts with these symptoms,
unless you've had Eczema you can't
conceive of the horrible itching, burn
ing, maddening pain. Whether' you're
just at the beginning or far along In
your suffering Littell's Liquid Sulphur
Compound will stop all Itching instant
ly and eradicate the disease by pene
trating the pores and killing all
germs. Best treatment for skin dis
eases Eczema, rashes, pimples, sores,
hives, prickly heat, etc Sample bottle
sent postpaid for 10c Rhuma-Sulphur
Co., St. Louis, Mo. 1
525: Vs$ MS
Sac's Vt vef irmk
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Fire Starts in Candy Store
of R. T. Rogers, Formerly
of El Paso.
FL&MES SPREAD
VERY RAPIDLY
Nogales, Ariz., March 3. The most
sensational fire experienced in Nogales
an the last five years raged here this
morning early. It originated in the
candy store of R. T. Rogers, formerly
owner of the Elite in El Paso, where
he went into a receiver's hands.
Ax 2:25 a. m. (three pistol shots were
fired as the opening signal to the fire
department, followed immediately by a
steam whistle as the gravity of the fire
was signalized by the limit of three sig
nals by the steam whistle and it
brought everyone to the fire.
The fire broke out presumably in the
basement or ground floor of the Rogers
Candy company, in the Ramon Vasquez
building on the west side of Morley
avenue in what is known as the
"wedge." It quickly spread so that
there was no hope of saving the build
ing. Tho flames were ascending through
the roof when the first stream was
turned on. The Ramon Vasquez build
ing on tho opposite side of the street,
the width of which is only 28 feet, and
the drygoods store of Nathan Loeker,
and tho grocery , store of Proto Bros,
wero smoking badly when the depart
ment arrived.
Two streams were turned on, chief
Curtis taking charge. He quickly saw
that The building where the fire broke
out could not be saved.
The Boston store, the next building to
u ?: ortov nf mpn's !
tho south, containinc a stock of men s
furnishings and shoes valued at $15,000,
then took fire and shortly became a
total loss.
Owing to the brick walls on the north
side of the Rogers candy building, the
firemen were able to hold the fire at
thac point.
R. T. Rogers, manager and owner of
the Rogers Candy company, states that
his loss Is 6000; insurance unknown.
Ramon Vasquez places the value of
the building, which is also a total loss,
at 6000. The manager of the Boston
storo states that (the stock, worth $15,
000, was a total loss by the fire. His
insurance is ample to cover. s
Proto, on the opposite side of the
street, says his loss, minimum, is about
1000. There was no loss of stock, but
damage was done to the large win
dows of the Popular store. Its men's
furnishings goods stock was saved, but
the loss to the building is probably
$1200.
The Sonora News company moved
out Its valuable stock of jewelry, an
ticipating that the flames would reach
.the Marsh blok. This block has the
International hotel in the second story.
The flames on that side of the street
were held absolutely at this point, thus
saWng an immense amount of valuable
property as well as danger of a great
losa of life.
No lives were lost in this fire.
Three firemen immediately in front of
the Rogers Candy company building,
when the walls fell across tho street
towards the Proto building, missed be
ing caugnt by a narrow margin of is
inches.
The fire on the west side of "the
wedgo" was held from crossing the
alley to the great stock of Marsh
Goebler and others, located in ware
houses at that point.
Cummings Mclntyre, local agent of
the fire insurance cpmpanies, states
that a conservative estima-te of the
total loss by the fire, including the
Boston store, the Rogers Candj- com
pany and building and other minor
damages to other buildings at between
535,000 and 40,000. The cause of the
fire is unknown at this time.
RAILROAD OFFICES MAY
BE MOVED FROM NOGALES
Southern Pacific of Mexico Considering
Empalme Fire Plugs Removed
from Jfaco Streets.
Xaco, Ariz., ifcirch 3. It is learned
nn rmctA -anthnritv that tliA general of
fices of the Southern Pacific of Mexico i
rmlTnofl at tnrfSPllt. InGltOd at JNOCUCS,
Sonora, Mexico, are shortly to move to
ounuia, jKviw, ,..; .-.- --
Enrpa.lme, Mexico. This, it is said, will
C T.- ;aa - eI-vf It rr mAVo Tri
raiKp flip removal of aumroximatelv a
dozen families of officials and employes
now located at Nogales. The Bisbee
Xaco Water company is removing nil
fire plugs from the streets of Xaco.
W. P'. McXair of the Arizona railroad
commission.! visited Xaco recently.
B. A. Packard, president of the Pack
ard Cattle compan', arrived in Xaco
lately and was met by Ben Pyeatt, his
range foreman, located at Ranchita, So
nora, Mexico.
Fred Moshor has resumed his freight
run on the S. P. of Mexico since the
return of passenger conductor J. M.
Johnson-
Victor AY. Bennett and wife have gone
to their ranch, situated three miles
south of Hereford. '
EL PASO ODD FELLOWS
GOING TO GRAND LODGE
J. W. Peak, judge F. E. Hunter, Ran
dolph Terry and Mrs. Bertha 'Ford and
Miss A. Beaudett, representing the I. O.
O. F. and Rebekah lodges in El Paso,
expect to attend the meeting of the
grand lodge of the state at Austin.
The G. H. & S. A. is offering special
rates for the meeting. announcement
having been made that excursion tick
ets will be placed on sale Friday and
Saturday. The return limit is placed
at March 12.
LONDOJT EXTENDS ITS
FREEDOM TO ItOOSEVELT
London, Eng.. March 3. The
court of the common council to
day unanimously conferred the
honorary freedom of the city on
Theodore Roosevelt in recogni
tion of "distinguished services to
civilization during his presi
dent and his efforts towards
the maintenance of the peace of
the world"
Mr. Roosevelt will visit Lon
don tho middle of May.
MAKES TOUR OF SOUTHWEST.
Prof. H. Airfield Osborn, connected
with the faculties of Princeton and Co
lumbia universities and president oi tne
National Historical museum at New
York citv. is a guest at the St. Kegis
hotel With a party of relatives and
friends Prof. 0lorn is making a tour
of the southwest.
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Hay be permanently overcome
by proper personal efforts
with the assistance of the one
truly beneficial laxative-syrup
OF FieSANO ELSXIRorSENNA,
WHICH ENABLES ONE TO FORM REGULAR
HABITS DAILY, SO THAT ASSISTANCE TO
NATURE HAY BE 6RADUALLV DISPENSED
WITH WHEN 80 LONGER REEDED, AS THE
BEST OF REMEDIES. WHEN REQUIRED,
fiRETO ASSIST HATURE AND HOT TO SUP
PLANT THE RATURAL FUNCTIONS. WHICH
HUST DEPEND ULTIMATELY OPON PROPER
80URISHHENT, PROPER EFFORTS AND
RI6HT LIVING GENERALLY.
to 6et its beheficial effects. filwavs buy the
6ehoine.Svrup-Fiss and Elixir Sehna
HMJFSaUtEDBVTnE
ALiFORNIArfG SYRUP (.
FOR SALE BV ALL LEADING DRUGGISTS
ONE SIZE ONLY. PRICE 5Qf A BOTTLE
HOTEL AEBITALS..
St. Regis: J. B. Spurr and wife, New
York; E. Monnast and wife, Chicago;
H. A. Allison, Detroit, Mich.; George
F. "Merrltt, Boston, Mass.; Frank Hear
om. New 'York; James Gime anowife,
Denver, Colo.; F, A. Robbins and wife,
San Francisco; Thomas M. Potter and
wife, Peabody, Kans.; C. H. Wilson and
wife. Clarendon, Tex.; H. A. "Wisdom,
morllln Tar- - trnful W SlllTfitt Port
land, Ore.; James Morrison. New York;
J. A. Mahoney, Deniing, N. M.; G. D.
Pulian and wife. Cleveland, O.; "W. L- i
Reid, Holyoke, Mass.; A. E. Hamptlcy
and wife, Los Angeles. Cal.; J. R
Sharp, Chicago, 111.; A. H. Heyn, Albu
querque. N. M.; A. T. Hutchinson and
wife, Tucumcari, r. M.; Ike Hauser,
Cincinnati, O.; Oily Scott, San Fran
cisco, Cal ; C. M. Wilson, Horyoke,
Mass.; Mrs. "W. W. Wilson, Boston,
Afaoo - mv w tt TTnJhrook. Boston,
Mass.; Kemerlle H. T. Holbrook. Bos-
tnn Mass.: Prof. H. Fairfield Osborn,
ton. Mass.: Prof. H. Fairfield Usnorn,
N. Y.; Mrs. Osborn. New York: Miss Os
burn. New York; Mrs. Willis L. Morgan.
Princeton, N. J.; Miss Morgan, Prince
ton, N. .; Alex P. Morgan, jrrinceton, N.
J.; Mrs. J. Spencer, Folsom, Cal.; Mrs.
M. R. Evans, Salt Lake, Utah.
Zeiger F. W. Lovctt, Chihuahua,
Mex.; J. Levy, Douglas, Ariz.; John
Frank and wife, Sandusky, O.: H. H.
Markley, Roanoke, Va.; R. Weldon, Ash
land. Kas.; W. H. Weldon, Abhland,
Kas.; E. R. Rorch, Guadalajara. Mex.;
A. A. Cox. Van Horn, Tex.; G. Hall, Van
Horn. Tex.; J. E. Cox, Van Horn, Tex.;
S. S. Cummlngs, Van Horn, Tex.; E. A.
Small, Chicago, 111.; J. T. Robb, Topeka,
Kas.; J. R. Peters, Kansas City.
Sheldon G. Beckman, Parral, Mex.;
R. E. Finch, jr., Quincy, 111.; William
Qulckland and wife. Olney. Colo.; Jeute
Drake and wife, Fort Collins. Colo.;
Port TTvnnt; fJn.rrifin CltV. ColO.: G. D.
Pulian and wife, Cleveland, O.; John B.
Barny, New York: H. H. Pharmer, Des
Moines. la.; S. D. Wilson. Chicago, 111.;
O. L. Bond, Douglas, Ariz.; v. .. ir-ence,
Midland, Tex.; A. J. McQuatters, Dallas,
Texas; A. B. Richardson, Ft. Worth,
Tex.; J. G. White, Dallas. Tex.; G. W.
Linger, Denver, Colo.; H. L. Bertley,
Philadelphia, Pa.; John Thye, Burling
ton, la.; F. H. Prenderfast and wife,
Marshall, Texas; R. D. Ward, St. Louis,
Mo.; W. B. Estes, Abilene, Tex.; John
A. Harris, Abilene, Tex.: Luis Hopp,
Texarkana, Tex.; Harry Gade and wife,
Marengo, la.; F. Willis, Chicago, 111.;
John Samson. England: Stanley
Knowles, England; E. D. Cavin, Galves
ton, Tex.; C. H. Pierce and wife, Co
lumbus, Ga: R. M. McFerran, New Or
leans, La.; Edward L. Dufourcey, New
York; F. P. Abott and wife, Gaston.
Ind.; J. O. Wood and wife, Gaston, Ind.;
John Olson, Bisbee, Ariz.; Miss R. Sher
man. Kansas City, Mo.; Bruce Barnett,
Kansas City, Mo.
Grand Central: Mr. and Mrs. Anol
man. Alamogordo, N. M.; R. M. War
nock. Fresno. Cal.; E. E. Bell. Fresno,
Cal ; Frank Howard, Fresno, Cal.; H. T.
Mavbury, Organ. N. M.; James May
bury, Organ, N. M.; W. F. King, Colum
bus N. M.: John Oneal, Los Angeles,
Cal.; James Burk, Oakland. Cal.; Tom
Evans. San Francisco, Cal.; R A. Ward,
New Orleans, La.
Angelus: A. R. .fonder. Crysttal City,
Tex.: F. T. Boyd, Phoenix, Ariz.; Thom
as Weeks and wife. Pontiac. In.;
Blanche Weeks, Pontiac. 111.; A. L. Mc
Farland and wife. Wheeling, W. Va.;
ATfif- McMillan. Wheeling. W. Va.; Jose
- .. . . -. -
. Gonzales. Mexico; C. A. HunsiKer, cam
brav M 3 M Bulkley. Pittsburg
bray, N. M., 3. M. Bulkley. Pittsburg.
Pa.; M. Berk. Chicago, 111.; Edward Sel
man, Chicago, 111.
Orndorff: M. K. Brown. Oklahoma
Citv; B. B. Needing and wife. Chihuahua,
Mexico; M. M. Radcliffe. New York;
Charles S. Coleman. Los Angeles. Cal.;
M. Phelan, Los Angeles, Cal.; C. O. Lit
tle, Globe, Ariz.; John B. Barnej, New
York: Dr. Nathan Boyd. Las Cruces, N.
M.; A. A. Campbell. Dallas, Tex.; L. W.
Harper. West Virginia; Ben L. Davey,
Hancock, Mich.; Sam Trengore. Han
cock, Mich.: G. H. Bascom. wife and
children, San Antonio, Mexico; G. H. Mc-
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OFTENTIMES you are careless j
in your manner of eating,
thus bringing on a spell of Indi
gestion and kindred ills. It is
then you will appreciate the value
of
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EXPERT PRINTERS
53! Texas Si. El Pas. Texas
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enough for us to buy for our patrons, and therefore
we have only the best qualities to sell. It is the same,
however, with all our Meats, Poultry, Sausages, etc.
SATURDAY'S SPECIALS
Prime Eib Eoast, per lb 12c
Shoulder Roast, per lb 10c
Boiling Meat, 4 lbs. for only '... 25c
Corned Beef, per lb 10c
Home Made Sausage, per lb 10c
Fresh Pickled and Smoked Tongue ... 35c
Home Dressed Poultry, Senlshipt Oysters, Kraut, Pickles and Olives.
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Do away with
Disorder
Is a Feiv Minutes 341-o-aa Will Purify
s Tainted, Raacld Stomacb. and
BanLsA Distress.
Let us talk plain English; let us call
a spade a spade.
Let us tell the truth and say that If
you &T3 constantly distressed after
meal, if you belch gaa ana nave erucia.- i
tlons of sour food, tnen your siomacu
ii in a slovenly condition and should
be purified and put In good shape at
once.
Your food ferments, that's the trouble
with you and with a million other dys
peptics. Your stomach isn't strong
enough to digest the food you puc
Into It.
And so your food sours, yes some
times it rots and forms poisonous gases,
and when It does leave your stomach
and passes along Into the bowels, it
hasn't furnished proper nourishment to
the blood, but It has left the stomach
In a filthy condition.
Take Ml-o-na stomach tablets If you
want to change your filthy stomach
into a healthy, clean and purified one.
Take Md-o-na stomach tablets, which
are guaranteed to cure Indigestion, and
rid yourself of dizziness, biliousness.
Cley. Las Crucos. N. M.: C. L. Hill, Las
Cruces. N. M.; J. Middlekrauff, Torring
ton. Conn.; J. D. McCarn. Marfa, Tex.;
John Haley? Douglas. Ariz.; Herbert Os
born. Columbus. O.; A. C. Nash, Chi
huahua, Mex.; J- N. Anelares, Salinas,
Mexico.
C G. TITUS TO ADDRESS
FORUM SATURDAY NIGHT
J. W. Curd of the high school faculty
gave a talk to "boys at the Y. M- C. A.
last night. He "sn?oke on "Early El
Paso," dwelling particularly on Bptnfsh
missions. Lantern slides were shown.
C. G. Titus will make his last talk
before the forum Saturdav nighty He
I 'TH1 opcaA. Jll -L ln.l h-t.f -vw-jw. . -ww
1 Stewart will vspeak and Dr. C. T. Race
wall talk on the human race, i?rom
Rocks to People." There willbe no
debate. ,
The Wolverine club will entertain tie
Saxon and Viking clubs with a banquet
at the Y. M. C. A. Friday night.
WANTED
A ievr reliable agents who will put
up bond to handle game fighting
cocks in Mexico. I breed the best
.drains in U. S. Address,
ALFRED F. GRAHAM
Moultrie, Ga.
!f 1
ATTO FEESH FIELD, GAEDEN AND FLOWEE
SEEDS , j
CALL ON OR WRITE TO
y;
Trcaava
Exa sa S
THIRD AND CHIHUAHUA STREETS
DEALERS IN
HAY, G-BAnT, FLOUR AND FEED
Engineers', Draughtsmen,
Photographers'
Instruments and Supplies
Fred Jo Feldman,
Very few people dislike
T?nocf "Rppf nlt.Tinnerh
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there are many svJolq do
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not care iur jaj-uuluu. vm.
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bnau a j.v,ou
Pn-me Keet Tvouia ai-
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noisseur in Meat. 'ne
taste of it would con
vince hirxLof its fine flav
PhQMS, ceiM3&J AUTO w
213 H0ETH SIJiTOM STREET
Stomach
and Indigestion
nervous or sick neadache, or money
back.
Take Ml-o-na. tablets if you want to
make your stomach so strong that it
will digest the heartiest meal without
distress, and furnish good, clean, nutrl
cious blood making" elements fco tha
body.
Take Mi-o-na tablets, one or two
with or after meals, if you want to get
rid of that drowsy, all tired out feel
ing. Take JMi-o-na tablets if you wan
more vigor, vim and vitality; if yoK
want perfect health ta sparkle In the
eye and glow on the cheek .
Mi-o-na Is the best prescription for
upset stomach and Indigestion ever
written- No matter how miserable your
stomach feels, Ml-o-na stomach tablets
give Immediate relief.
For sale by druggists everywhere and
by Kelly & Pollard, who guarantee
them. O
Mall orders filled, charges prepaid,
by Booth's Ml-o-na. Buffalo, N. Y,
Booth's Pills, little fellows that never
fall to stimulate the Jiver and giva
crentle vat thorousrh relief to constlpa-
I tlon sufferers. 25 cents.
ATTENTION!
Poultry Raisers!
"We have Jest received aconsigntaeat
of KJRINA POULTRY FEEDS. CaS
d ezamins thes.
punm
POULTRY FHOS
are a airstnre of overa eozenvsrietSgg
of grains end seeds. They contaut
absolutely no grit "which make
weight. They contain absolutely na
burnt nor smutty wheat. YottrchIci
ens will thrive upon this feed if s aa
experitnentbut a practical feed iof
practical poultry raisers. Cocao i
mad s2c for a sample of it.
0. 0, lesion &
El Pas
K& H
Catalog on Request
308 San Antonio
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