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HOW TO FIND OUT.
Fill a bottle or common glass with
urine and let It stand twenty-four
hours; a sediment or settling usually
Jndicates an unhealthy condition of the
kidneys. Too frequent desire to urin
ate, scanty supply, pain or dull ache in
the back, should also convince you that
the kidneys or bladder are out of order.
What To Do.
There is comfort In the knowledge
so often expressed that Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root, the great kidney, liver
and bladder remedy, fulfills almost
every wish in relieving pain in the
back, kidneys, liver, bladder and every I
part of the urinary passage- It cor- j
xects inability to hold urine, and scald-
ing pain du passing it, or bad effects
following use of liquor, wine or beer,
and overcomes that unpleasant neces
sity of being compelled to get up many
times during the night to urinate.
The mild, pleasant and extraordinary
effect of Swamp-Root Is soon realized.
It stands the" highest for its wonder
ful results in the most distressing cases.
If you need a medicine, you should
have the best. Sold by druggists In
xlfty-cent and one-dollar sizes.
You may have a sample bottle of
Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy,
and a book that tells all about it, both
sent absolutely free by mail. Address
Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y.
When writing be sure to mention that
you read this generous offer in The El
Paso Daily Herald. Don't make any mis
take, but remember the name, Swamp
Root, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and tne
address, Binghamton, X. Y.f on every
Another Landmark Disap-
pears to Make Boom for
"What Is said, by the old times, to
hare been the first dance hall ever
opened In El Paso is being- torn down to
clear the site for the new Reckhart flat
iron building- on San Francisco street,
at the Intersection of his street -with
Slain street. The building is an adobe
and has been used for a fruit stand for
the past three years, but in the old days
it extended north across the tract which
is now the right of -way for the South
western and Gr. H. & S. A. tracks and
was one of the social centers of the
town in the old days.
The new flatiron, the first to be built
in El Paso, will extend back to the
Lesinsky building, on the east, and will
occupy the space between that building
and the intersection of the two streets.
caples to build
Will Start Work Soon on a
New Structure for San
Having been unable to make satisfac
tory arrangements with the owners of
adjoining property for the erection of a
party building; Richard Caples will
build a three story building on the cor
ner property -which he owns on San An
tonio street and Mesa avenue.
The building will be faced with
Georgia marble and will be started as
soon as, the Bazaar vacates the room
which It now occupies and which is on
the sits of the new building.
W. W. FOLL.ETT TO BUILD
OX 3IISSOUR1 STREET
"W. "W. Follett is having plans drawn
for a new residence to be built on "West
Missouri street. The residence is io be
a modern two storv structure and is es
timated to cost $6000.
(The plans will be ready for the con
tractors to bid on this week.
How Ts Get Instant Relief
From EtohmgSkln Diseases
An inflammation of the skin caused
by the presence of a tiny mite which
burrows in the skin, causes the itch
ing in Eczema, Tetter, Acne, itching'
scalp and feet, Prlcklyf Heat and the
many other forms of skin diseases.
Scratching does not relieve nor cure
it only aggravates the case and makes
it worse. There is only one -way to cure
kill the mite and so remove the
cause. Liittell's Liquid Sulphur Com
pound drives instant relief the first
application and in a short time kills
the mite and gives a permanent cure
to every form of skin trouble. Sample
bottle postpaid for 10c. Rhuma-Sulphur
Co., St. Jjouls. 6
W. L. DOUGLAS
Fast Color Eyelets Used
W. L. Douglas shoes are the lowest
price, quality considered, in the world.
Their excellent style, easy fitting and
long wearing qualities excel those of
other makes. If ycu have been paying
high prices for your shoes, the next time
you need a pair give W. L. Douglas shoes
a trial. You can save money on your
footwear and get shoes"1 that are just as
good in every way as those that have
been costing you higher prices.
If you could visit our large factories
at Brockton, Mass., and see for yourself
how carefully W. L. Douglas shoes are
made, you would then understand why
they hold their shape, fit better and
wear longer than other makes.
CAUTION V. L. Doaglas name and price Is '
stamped on the bottom to protect the wearer ajmlast
high prices and inferior shoes. Tl te So Suhntl
tHte. It W. L. Dor.cla.5j shoe are not for sale in your
Tianity, write for Hall Order Cataicg. W.L. Douglas,
E. C. PEW & BOH
221 Saa Aatoate t.
6? Crawley Co.
551 Texas St. 1 Pass, Texas
1 . j t
El Paso Electric Railway to
Build Line on West Mis
souri to Connect Wth the
Missouri street is to be paved from
Cotton avenue, in East El Paso, to Put
nam street on the Gladstone street con
tinuation. "West Missouri is also to
have a street car line.
The Electric railway company is preparing-
to build a line on "West Missouri
street to connect with the smelter line
in Mundy "Heights. The line will be
built before the paving is put down on
"West Missouri street in order to avoid
tearing it up to lay the car tracks later.
The officials of the street railway
company say that no definite operating
plan has been decided on for the new
line, but that it will be built in time to
allow the paving company to pave "West
Missouri street. It will leave Oregon
street and connect with the smelter
line an Mundy Heights either over
Roosevelt or Mundy avenues after the
line leaves Missouri and Gladstone
Property owners are slgnin
day for the West Missouri street paving
ing East Missouri for the paving work.
This will make one of the largest pav
ing contracts yet undertaken, as the
paving will cover 23 blocks from Cot
ton avenue to Putnam street. As Mundy
avenue Is already paved with petrollth
Ic from Putnam street to the smelter
road, the paving: will be continuous
from Cotton avenue in East El Paso to
the smelter road. "Work will begin on
both "West and East Missouri streets as
soon as the paving company can ar
range for it.
ISLAND WILL NOT
BE TRADED OFF
El Pasoans Do Not Believe
the Government Will
Ever Do It.
"They have made a mistake, said It.
F. Burges, speaking of the proposed ex
change of "the Island" for the Chamizal
zone. "They imagine we are that fellow
up in Connecticut who offered to pa?
off the national debt.
"The ownership of the Island was
settled in 1S97 and if the government
should, and it can use private property
to pay a public debt, then the owners
of the island would have to be reim
bursed for their property utilized to
settle any claim. In the event that the
government should, and I do not be
lieve it will, decide to trade the Island
for the Chamizal property, property on
the Island would be worth at least $10
per acre, for it is the law that property
shall be paid for at its value when the
bill passes congress and it certainly
will not pass for four or five years df
it ever does."
C. E. Kelly, who owns property on
the Island, said: "There is nothing to
it and if there were, we would not
trade; we have the land and iwe want
John Dyer, also a property owner on
the island, which contains 15,000
acres, said: ""We might as well go
down the river, claim a piece of Mex
icajtr territory and offer to trade it to
the Mexican government for its custom
John L. Dyer, a heavy property owner
on 'the Island," received the following
telegram from congressman "W. R.
"Assure all parties concerned that
we are taking care of their interests."
HAD LIVED FOE m
OVER A CENTURY
A Mexican Woman Passes
Awav in Ed Paso at Real
"Ripe Old Age."
Born July 4, 1S10.
Died March 13t 1910.
A century, and a little to spare, has
Refugia Quintana breathed the breath
of life. One hundred years, and more,
has she basked in the sun of Mexico.
It has only been a few months since
the aged woman came to El Paso from
ner native land. She came to see some
twice distant daughters. She died In J
Ocampo alley near Overland street. She
was buried in Concordia cemtery.
MRS. JEAXXE SI3IOX.
Mrs. Jeanne Simon, wife of Charles
Simon, a Stanton street merchant, died
this morning at her "home, 414 Third
street. Funeral services will be held at
10 oclock tomorrow morning In the
chapel of Peak & Lij-ons, Rabbi Martin
Zlelonka officiating. Interment will be
made in Mt. Sinai cemetery. '
How to Purify the
The Blood in the Spring
(From the National Home Monthly.)
At this season of the year nearly
every person requires a tonic to
cleanse the blood and purify the sys
tem from the accumulation of waste
matter that results from the inactive
life of winter.
Spring fever, dullness, languidness,
the disinclination to work or exercise
the general all-around run-down
"Oh, what's the use?" feeling poor
appetite, sallow complexion, livter
blotches, pimples and eruptions of the
skin any and all of these symptoms
indicate the noed of ja good blood
tonic and liver Invigorator.
Get from your druggist one ounce
of kardene; dissolve the kardene and.
l cup sugar in A pint alcohol and
add enough hot water to make a full
quart. This excellent tonic purifies
and enriches the blood, arouses the
liver, corrects deranged digestion, re
stores lost appetite, "clears the skm
and strengthens and builds up the en
tire system at a small cost- Take one
talxleshpoonful five minutes before each
meal and before retiring.
VTCTI3I OF DRIXK NEEDS .ORRIXE
Drink cunningly destroys the will
power, and while the drunkard wants
to do what you tell him, he wants a
thousand times more the drink that he
craves. Medical treatment is necessary.
Orrine will destroy the desire for
liquor, so that the drink will not be
missed and restores the patient to
The remedy is thoroughly scientific
and is so uniformly successful that it
is sold with a registered guarantee to
refund your money if it fails to effect
a cure. Booklet on "How to t Cure
Drunkenness," free on request. The Or
rine Co., 467 Orrine Bldg., "Washington,
D. C. Sold in this city by Kelly &
Pollard. Sheldon Hotel
RTR FFT TO flF PfiilFH las cruces and it z j
pottom to In psum MESILLAyALLE7 Don't Attempt to Eat Beef
hull hit HiLIiUl lU ill i linlVI A- & M- regents make no
A? CHANGES IN DEPARTMENTS
Ml ANY DPMITQ J5&aSj rrorn Range Cattle
111 Hil I BSnilBsSicl ee an Mechanic Art3 met yesterday J "
GlcllESl i VbIIISbiIU f or jje reorganization of the board, z
Ffin HiSifl niRl nn hich is composed of Prof- Hiram Had- I
UN uulLUInbb AA?&b$. It's something we don't ask the puB-
w 1 1 UU!EW,"UW foy and W. A. Sutherland, of Las Cru-
Large Number of Real Es
tate Transfers One
Texas Street Lot
Although this is usually the dull sea
son in the building line there is no ap
parent cessation of activity at this
time. Building inspector Haggart Is
kept busy all day either issuing permits
or inspecting plans preparatory thereto.
The most important permit issued
yesterday was that for the new Chris
tian Science temple which is to be erect
ed at the corner of .Boulevard and
J Kansas streets at a cost of $8000, the
, property havin
been purchased some
time ago and a frame house moved to
the back of the lot to make room for
the new church edifice.
That summer is fast approaching is
Indicated by tha number of permits be
ing issued for the construction of
screened sleeping porches and outdoor
1 sleeping is becoming more popular each
Several transfero are noted In the
city and outlying districts, the largest
transfer recorded yesterday being that
of M. C. Edwards to Richard Burges and
Awbrey and Semple, the deed conveying
property on the south side of Texas
street between Stanton and Campbell
streets and which will become corner
property when the proposed extension
of Kansas street is made. The consid
eration paid is $31,200.
Martinez Place, Orchard Park Jose
Alvarez and wife to J- M. Kelly, lots
31 and 32, block 5, Orchard Park addi
tion: consideration $1500. Feb. 3, 1910.
Northwestern corner Rio Grande and
Octavia streets .fierce miey au.an.ion
lots 29 to 32 inclusive, block 280. Pierce
Finley addition; consideration $1. July
Magnolia street, Garden subdivision
R. Moremen to H. 1. Bandle, lots 22 and
23, block P. 3, Garden subdivision; con
sideration $220. Jan. 31, 190S.
Michigan avenue, between Dallas and
Laurel streets, Bassett addition Li.
Garcia de Godlnes to Aureliano Diaz, lot
28, block 19, Bassett addition; consider
ation $250. March 14, 1910.
Northwest corner Stevens avenue and
Pera street. East El Pasc Wm.
Schindlex and wife to Ernest "Wright,
lots 11, 12 and 13, block 9, East El Paso
addition; consideration $1200. March
Hills street, between Eighth and
Ninth streets, Magoffin addition Gus
Momsen to Juan Seln, lot 12, block 20,
Magoffin addition; consideration $400.
Feb. 8, 1910.
Texas' street, between Sturton and
Campbell streets, Campbeal addition
M. C. Edwards to R. F. Burges, S. C.
Awbrey and R. C. Semple, south half
block 11, Mills's map; consideration
$31,200. March '8, 1909.
Tobin, Tex. Frank R. Tobin to A. D.
Collins, lots 48 to 4S, block 107, Tobin.
Tex.; consideration $90. Dec. 22, 1909.
Tobin, Tex. Frank R. Tobin to
Tomas Loba, lot 14, block 153 Tobin,
Tex.; consideration $10. Sept. 4, 1909.
Alhambra Heights addition E. A.
Salisbury to A. C. Garcia, lot 25, block
14, Alhanbra Heights addition; con
sideration $125. Sept. 6, 1909.
Alhambra Heights addition E. A.
Salisbury to E. R. Rogers, lot 27, block
14, Alhambra Heights addition; con
sideration $125. Jan. 31, 1910.
Alhambra Heights addition E. A.
Salisbury to E. R. Rogers, lot 22 block
16, Alhambra Heights addition; con
sideration $125. Jan. 31, 1910.
To Mr. and Mrs. Apollnio Manruso,
7th and Stanton streets, boy, Mex.;
March 10, 1909.
.To Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Dunn. 630
Prospect avenue, boy, American; March
To Mr. and Mrs. Miguel Bustillos, 7th
and Florence, boy, Mexican; March 1,
To Mr. and Mrs. Edwin S. Miller,
county road, girl, American, March 5,
To Mr. and Mrs. Jose Aguilar, 513
East 4th street, boj. Mexican; March 4.
To Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Payin, 70C
Park street, girl, Mexican; March 2,
To Mr. and Mrs. TJrbano Pedragon,
212 Canal avenue, boy, Mexican, March
To King "Worley, contractor, to build
Christian Scientists church, 48x70x35
feet, on lots 19 and 20, block 10, Hart's
map of Satterthwaite addition. Esti
mated cost $8000.
To Dolores J. vda. de Delgado, to
erect a two room adobe residence, 12
by 28 by 44 feet, on lot 29, block S,
East El Paso addition. Estimated cost
To "W. J. Eustace to build a porch on
brick residence 10 feet higt on lots
17, IS and 19, block 40, Highland Park
addition. Estimated cost $42.
To J. T. Grant, to build a screen porch
on lots 16 to 20, block 255 Campbell
addition. Estimated cost $65.
ONLY WOMEN CAN HEAR
THIS LECTURE WEDNESDAY
The lecture "Wednesday afternoon at
3 oclock at the First Presbyterian
church by Miss Mary Stilwell on "The
White Slave Traffic," will be for women
only. The lecture Wednesday night at
the First M. E. church will be for botb
PLEASANT READEVG FOR THE FAT.
What 'a simple and Inexpensive solv
ing of the fat womans problem the
Marmola Prescription Tablets provide.
She takes one of these harmless, pleas
ant little tablets after each meal and at
bedtime and loses from 12 to 16 ounces
of fat each day, and yet suffers no
harm, creates no disturbances inwardly,
and produces no wrinkles. This elegant
preparation (made exactly in accord
ance with the famous Marmola Pre
scription) has rendered exercising and
dieting for the reduction of excess
flesh as superfluous as a fifth wheel. A j
iurtner recommenaation is tnat it is
the least expensive fat reducer on t ie
market, a large case (costing only 75
cents) from any druggist or by mail
from the Marmola Co.. 737 Farmer
Blder.. Detroit. Mich., containing a Quan
tity of tablets large enough to give
very decided results in most every case.
Los Cruces, X. SL, March 15. The
board of regents of the Xew Mexico Col
lege and ATechanic Arts met yesterday
for the reorganization of the board,
which is composed of Prof- Hiram Had
ley, Mesilla Park; George Arnot, Albu
querque; K- E. McBride, Vincent B.
May and W. A. Sutherland, of Las Cru
ces. There was no change of any of
the heads of departments of the college
faculty at this (meeting. Dr. AIcBride
succeeded himself as president of the
board of regents, and Vincent B. May
was reelected as secretary-treasurer.
W. C. T. U. HOLDS MEETING;
SPECIAL PRAYER SERVICE
Las Cruces, X. M., ZVIarch 15 The
women of the Woman's Christian Tem
perance union held their regular month
ly (meeting this afternoon at the Metho
The pastor of tihe Baptist church will
give a series of lessons on the life of
Christ at the regular midweek prayer
services, the first to be given Wednes
Las Cruces Personals.
Former governor George Curry was a
visitor in Las Cruces Monday, return
ing to Santa Fe last night-
L. K. Williams and Dick Barker of El
Paso returned to El Paso this forenoon.
Major Eugene Van Patten is out of
the city today.
Mrs." S. W." Freeman accompanied her
daughter, ilrs. Walter Mossman, to
Vado this forenoon.
Q ANOTHER SHOWER. FALLS
G AT LAS CRUCES &
& Las Cruces, N. M., March 15.
Another shower of rain for
& Las Cruces last night.
Heavy clouds accompanied
by thunder and lightning, over '
toward the Organ and San An-
dreas district, gave evidence of
& what is hoped to be the best
rain that section has had in
& many months.
A. & M. BASKETBALL TEAM
IS PRACTICING HARD
Agricultural College, X. M., March 15.
A special meeting of the Eowgmahs
was held last night at 7:30.
The basketball men have been called
out again for practice for the tourna
ment in El Paso Friday night and Sat
urday. Prof. Lain will coach during the
remainder of tihe week.
Ship Fruit Trees.
Las Cruces, X. M-, March 15. The Las
Cruce& Xursery company made a big
shipment of fruit trees today to A. L
Taylor at Columbus, X. M.
Dies From Pneumonia.
Las Cruces, -X. M., March 15. Mrs
C. Gros died Monday from pneumonia.
The funeral services were held in the
Catholic church this morninjr.
On COUNTY FUNDS
County's Net Indebtedness
Is Shown to Be Only
El Paso county's net indebtedness,
according to the quart erly report of
county clerk PaTk W. Pittman to the
county commissioners this afternoon, is
$203,924.75. The total indebtedness is
shown to be $401,308.40. The outstand
ing .bonds aggregate $346,000, while the
cash on hand amounts to $197,3S3.65.
During the quarter, the scrip issued to
taled 5112,596 06.
County engineer Eubanks Avas in
structed to make a report on the condi
tion of the county road between the
Southwestern tracks and the Country
club, with the view of having repairs
County judge Eylar will confer with
Stewart &, Crawford this afternoon for
the purpose of securing a strip of land
above the city as rightofway for the ex
tension of the street car line from the
smelter to the cement plant.
ROSAVELL SCHOOL BOXDS
"WILL CARRY 10 TO 1
Itoswell, N. M., March 15. The school
bond election for $25,500 for a high
school building will carry 10 to 1. Great
Interest is manifested and the women of
the city are working. Banners are fly
ing and bands are out boosting for the
PILES CURED IS" G TO 14 DAYS.
PAZO OINTMENT is guaranteed to
cure any case of Itching. Blind. Bleed
ing or Protruding Piles in 6 to 14 days
or money refunded. 50c.
Sheldon Charles A. Shelby and wife,
Cananea, Mex.; Mrs. C. McCaully, New
York; Frank A. Thackery, Shawnee,
Okla.; J. Arthur Johnson, Nashville,
Tenn.; F. E. Butterwortb. St. Paul,
Minn.; M. B. Sammer, Chicago, 111.; W.
E. Johnson, Denver, Colo.; E. F. Peel,
Denver, Colo.;L. A. Dunham, New York;
E. R. Cooper, Clinton, la.; E. A. Frltsch,
Newark, N. J.; W. P. McComas, L.os An
geles, Cal.; N. A. Spencer, Chicago, 111.;
George Arnott, Albuquerue, N. M.;
Myrtle Oliver, San Francisco; Rubber
osls Smith, Denver, Colo.; Mrs. R. R.
Urquhardt, Denver, Colo.; C. B. Conlln,
San Francisco; Mrs. Ruth Carlos Daw
son, Birmingham, Ala.; Jacob L. Miller,
Los Angeles, Cal.; Lake P. Jones, St.
Louis, Mo.; A P. Wallace, St. Louis,
Mo.; Martin Pattison, Sunerior, Wis.;
Fred H. Merritt, Boston and Duluth;
Robert Maverick, New York and San
Antonio; H. L. Hollls, Chicago; Mrs.
Ada MacGInnis, Mexico City; Mrs. J.
F. MacGinnis, Mexico CIty;Miss Gaussin,
St. Regis F. J. Kohman, Milwaukee,
uis.; James Lendan, New York; C. W.
Howell, Kansas City, Mo.; E. W. Furry,
St. Louis, Mo.; Walter Patterson, Mesa,
Ariz.; James E. Higgins, Tucson, Ariz.;
Alfred Anderson, New York; Mrs. M.
B. Ament, Deming, N. M.; George L.
Sherman and wife. Chicago, 111.; G. R.
Taplfn, Chicago, 111.: A. P. Doz, Can
ada; Walter Ross, Lethebridge, Can.;
J. H. Wallace, Lethebridge, Can.: Will
iam Church Osborn, New York; Mrs. F.
L. Hewitt, Chicago; C. R. Troth, Den
ver; W. J. Underwood, Chicago: Lyman
M. Bourne, Akron, Ohio; D. Malx, Los
Angeles; Williem Bell, Montreal, Can.;
R- B. Dodge and wife, Webb City, Mo
A. B. Levy, Chicago, 111.; J. F. Hagan, t
tic to eat at this season of the year
The general public, who liave been buying their Meats at various markets, can
not account for the fact that thev are unable to get good, choice, tender Meat
at any other market except Nations 's cannot understand the reason.
The fact of the matter is that just at this season of the year range cattle are
poor, and as a result the Meat is tough and coarse. Eor the next several months
range cattle will not be fit for the market, and in the meantime you will have
it forced upon you by some markets. They have no alternative, because they
cannot get choice fed cattle. You have an alternative. It's by coming here for
your Meats. '
Many weeks ago we placed about 1,000 head of fine steer cattle on feed, and
now this choice beef is being butchered and sold exclusively at this Market.
That's the secret of why you get nice, tender, .juicy Steak here, and it costs no
more than the ordinary land.
SPECIALS FQR WEDNESDAY
In order to supply the demand of our customers, we have complied with their
request and tomorrow will give specials in both our Grocery and Meat depart
ment. Customers having accounts are entitled to these prices just the same as
"Casino" Brand 3-lb cans Sweet Potatoes, regular price 20e. Special 15c per can.
'Bishop's" Brand 2 -
Clifton, Ariz.; T. C. Link and wife, Du
rango; C. R. "Wright, Santa Rosa; Mrs.
E. H. Wright, Santa Rosa; Louise
Wright, Santa Rosa; Metter M. Smith,
Douglas, Ariz.; R. F. Pardy, Houston,
Tex.; S. Candler, Houston, Tex.; W. H.
Todd, New York; J. Herbert Todo, New
York; Austin J. Murray, New York;
Joseph F. Bott and wife, Columbus, O.;
Thomas J. Ryder and wife, Mexico City.
OrndorfC: C. H. Murray and wife.
New York; Hal J. SIsty, Chloride; Capt.
W. C. Rose, Boston, Mass.; Rev. S. E.
Allisord and wife, Alpine, Tex.; A. D
Howard, Detroit, Mich.; J. T. McCahy
Lordsburg, N. M.; M. Unzicker, Robert
Pietzman, Chicago, 111.; S. R. Lundy,
San Francisco, Cal.; R. B. Dodge and
wife, Webb City. Mo.; E. S. Garrett,
New Orleans, La.; J. TV. Stephenson, '
Otto P. Kroeger, Marathon, Texap; S. !
M. Bush, Jalapa, ". C; M. Dannrl
rette, Berkeley, Cal.
Angelus: G. Leroy Patterson, Grace
Huntington, New York City; E. G. Mc
NigM, Chicago, 111.: TV. L. Johnson
Demlns:. N. M.: C. Kamacher. ML Fried
man, A. Friedman, M. Lasky, Chicago
in.; -t;. Jj. noucK, xiouston, Texas.
Grand Central: Miss Lizzie Braxton.
Clovls, N. M.; Charles Nance, Stoning- J
ton, Colo.; B. A. Hadsell, Buckeye,
Ariz.; G. G. Mllllken. Deming, N. M.;'
A. J. Richardson, Willcox, Ariz.; J. H. I
TPflltoon and wife. La. Tlnlnn "V xr t '
Jones, L. L. Goss, Fort Worth, Tex.;
When Rubbers Oscoms necessary
.And your shoes pinch, shake into your
shoes Allen's Foot-Ease, the antisep
tic powder for the feet. It cures pain
ful, swollen, smarting, sweating feet,
and takes the sting out of corns and
bunions. Just Uxe thing for patent
leather shoes, dancing parties and for
Breaking in New Shoes. Many people
cannot wear heavy stockings comfort
ably without shaking Allen's Foot-Ease
into the shoes. Sold everywhere, 25c.
Sample FREE. Address. Allen S. Olm
sted, Le Roy, N. Y. Don't accept any
I . Fruits
I If you -want the best 1
I meats at the lowest 1 j
I prices, call 1
I Both Phones 1 1
ME A T DEPAR TMENT
Prime Rib Steak 15c per lb.
Hamburger Steak 10c per lb.
Cloverdale Process Butter, 30c per lb.
lb cans Preserves:
Ortego Tru Salsa Relish, 2 cans
J. G. Coles. Casas Grandes, Mex.; Ma
teo Talavero. Mexico; Capt. J. W. Mar
guson, Cestus, Okla,; Baptiste Borouda,
San Francisco, Cal.; F. M. Clough, Tu
cumcarl, N. Ml
Zelger: G. V. Newton, Washington,
D. C; Robert Herrington, Columbus,
N. M.; A. J. Clark. Deming, N. M.;
James H. Hughes. Douglas, Ariz.; D. C.
Jones and son, Sunson Kotosky, High
Rolls, N. M.; G. H. Denny, Brice, X
M.; H. M. Daughenty. Marfa. Tex.; R
K. Colquett, Marfa, Tex.; Jose Assun
solo, Alfonzo Assunsolo. Chihuahua.
R. B. Pegram. Kansas City, Mo.; Octa
vlano Lopez, Chihuahua, Mex.
A Skin of Beauty is a usy Fcreyofc
,R. T. Felix Gouraud's Oriental
Cream or Magical Beautlfier.
KedOTcs Toa. Plicplss.
Freckles, 31olfc Patches,
Bas!i, and Situ Dbeascs,
ana every oiemua
on beauty, and tle-
f3ijl M detection. It
has aiuuu luc icai
ot Ci years, and
Is so harmless we
taste It iobesurelt
Is properly made.
Accept no connter
felt of similar
same. Dr. L. A.
Sajrc 6aid to a
lady of the haul
ton (a paileist):
"As you lauics
trlH use them,
'Goarand'n Cronm as the least harmful of all the
aila preparatton3., For sale by all dragslsts and i aacy
Goods Dealers In the United States, Canada and Europe
FEHD.T. HOPKISS, Prcn., 37 Grad to Sinst KTii
Produces thick, luxarlant hnir -rrkea nil
atker remedies fail. We STHflraatea
Dajtderlne. All Drocsirist, 2Sc, BCc and
Jl, or ad this Ad with 10c (tampu r
cilver) fer a 1 sir Re fri ampl.
KJfOWITON DA.XDERIXB CO,
a .-, w r
a-5 f',T jyf WffJl
ka y yw
AND FBSSH FIELD, GASDEtf AHD FLOWEB
CALL ON OR WRITE TO
G. SEETON & SON.
THIRD AND CHIHUAHUA STREETS
H.Y, GRAIN, FLOUR j&ND FEED
HATE YOU SCMETIJIX& TO SELIi?
You can easily sell it. Call Bell US.
Auto 1113, tell the girl what It Is and
The Herald will sell it. No bother, no
We hare just received acoaslsmneal
c PIBUNA. POULTRY FEEDS Cal
Sfcd examine them
ae a misturepf ever a doeenvarktW
of grains end scaus. Tbey coniaS
absolutely, no grit which make
weight. They contain absolutely o
burnt nor smutty wheat. Your chick
ens wll thrive ufcen this feed it's ne
experiment, but a practical teed ioc
practical poultry raisera. COOK ift
asd uk lor a sample of it,
0. G. Seefon &
Oil i Past