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Friday, April 8, 1910.
What Is ,
The first cost of Furniture today is liable to be
uppermost in the mind of the buyer. A mistaken
idea of economy is considered. Too easily is cheap
ness covered with a few coats of varnish or an at
'-A good piece of Furniture costing but little
more than poor is a lasting satisfaction. The
name of a reputable maker of long standing back
of what you buy is a positive guarantee of service.
Most of the factories for whom we act as local
distributors have spent several generations, in per
fecting their respective lines. They stand pre
enhnentvin the world of Furniture making. !No th
ing short of the ntmost honesty and integrity of
purpose could enable them to reach and maintain
their present eminence.
The following list of well known firms whoni
we represent exclusively in this territo is a suffi
cient guarantee of our claims to quality:
. Berkey & Gray, Period Furniture.
Ghas. P. Limbert. Arts & Grafts.
L. & J. G. Stickley, Hand Craft Furniture.
Century Furniture Co., Reproduction of Anti
que. S. Karpen Bros., Guaranteed Construction
Heywood Bros. '& "Wakefield, Reed and Reed
Steams & Foster Co., Builders of -the best Felt
Mattress in the world.
"Widdiconib Furniture Co., Creates fine Mahog
any Bed. Room Furniture.
Retting Furniture Co., beautiful Parlor Fur
niture. Gunn Furniture Co., Makers of those practical
And the product of several other Standard
Liberal concessions' in the way of attractive
prices, on all purchases during the remainder of
our stay at this location.
Hoyt Furniture Co.
EXPRESS SATES TO
Temporary Location 218 S. Stanton St.
Considerable Cut Is Made on
Shipments Out of El Paso
to the West.
Reductions hare been inade by the
Wells-Fargo on fruit and vegetables to
Arizona points from El Paso. The re
duction is considerable in almost every
instance. Following shows the old and
the new rates:
From El Paso to rates.
Benson, Ariz ?3.00
Bowie, Ariz ........ ... . 2, 50
Clifton, Ariz .......... 2.75
Courtland, Ariz. . . r . . . . 3.00
Don Luis, Ariz.. .... 3.00
Dragoon, Ariz.. .-.. . 2.50
Fairbank, Ariz 3.00
Gleeson, Ariz '2.75
Guthrie, Ariz - .- -2 . 75
Hereford, Ariz 3.00
Huachuca, Ariz . 2.90
Miami, Ariz .' 4.50
Naco, Ariz........ 2.50
Patagonia, Ariz 3.10
Piina, Ariz 3.25
TSafford, Ariz. 3.00
Solomonville, Ariz.. 3.00
.Tombstone, Ariz 3.00
Bisbee, Ariz.... 2.30
Cochise, Ariz.. 2.50
Columbus, X. .M..... 1.20
Deming, X. M 1.10
Douglas, Arlz...l - . ." 2.50
Duncan, Aiftz 2.50
Fort Thomas, Arlz.. 3.25 2.75
Globe, Ariz . 3.50 3.25
Hachita, X. M 1.S0 1.25
Lorusburg, X. M 2.20 1.50
Lowell, Ariz 3.00 2.00
Morenci, Ariz.. . 3.25 2.50
Xogales, Ariz 3.25 2.75
Pearce, Ariz 3.00 2.25
Rodeo, N. M.. 2.50 1.60
San Carlos, Ariz.. 4.25 3.00
Thatcher, Ariz 3.25 2.50
Willcox, Ariz.. 2.50 2.00
DO IT NOW
Superintendent .F. M. Mar
tin, of El Paso Schools,
To Be in Charge.
Alpine, Tex., April S. Alpine will
have a summer normal school this year.
F. M. Martin, superintendent of the El
Paso schools, will preside over the ses
sions. The attendance at a normal
school is made compulsory on teachers
of the statf. nh nltfirnate vear'and.
?t? I owing to ithe inconvenience that west
XIXETY XEW MEMBERS
ADDED TO Y. M. C. A.
The T. M. C. A. membership campaign,
in which 250 names are required to
reach the 1000 mark, is three day's old
and yet only 90 new members have
been secured. But this aoes not discour
age anyone, although tne contest ends
The standing of the teams follow: No.
1, 43; No. 2, 24; Xo. 3, three; Xo. 4, 15;
Xo. 5, five.
NEVSE FAILS TO RESTOSB
GRAY HAIR TO ITS NATURAL
COLOR AND BEAUTY.
No matter how old and
faded your hair looks, or how
ong you have been gray, it
jwill work wonders for vcu,
1 keep you looking young, pro
mote a luxuriant growth o
healthy hair, stop its falling
trade mark out and jrosiczveiy te
"Will not soil skin or linen. Will "net injure
your hair. Is Not a Dye.
REFUSE All SUBSTITUTES
$1.00 and 50c. Bottles, at Druggists
FMlo Hay SpccNewsrlI.J..U.3Jl.
KELLY & POLLARD.
Just to remind -g WF
Jpyou of Torn Moore and ln," If
m the Little Tom no need to k J2
introduce tkem. The best SEJIfttL
m known, best values at a nickel .iSw
lora dime. All the difference is wBBSSSBb
9 m the size and the price. filsSa fwPlfl
iviaae or trie samp tt- i m if urn ii 11 n 1 1 hi 'if ihi m
made in the same way. jwKSf M WfW
yk Mild clear through. Kr M WISFS?
k The best and' B JSlfiiPil
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cm haven't the time .cmtJ ft gSBSPB? tlM
Texas teachers have experienced, it is
believed that the Alpine school will
meet with the general approval of west
The state law sayjs: "Teachers whose
certificates are to be extended and
held valid under ithe provisions of the
law, shall in no case have their certi
ficates extended and continued valid
unless said teachers shall have faith
fully attended the county teachers in
stitute for four days each year, and also
attended for not leas .than 20 full days
each alternate summer, a summer nor
mal institute in some county in Texas,
during the validity of their certifi
cates." Teachers in the western portion of
Texas are greatly inconvenienced by
this provision although the regulation
is recognized as just and necessary. By
the union of several counties only can
an effort at holding a normal promise
such results as will justify an endeav
or which will insure success. Such a
union has been perfected with El Paso,
Presidio, Jeff Davis, Pecos, Terrell,
Ward and Brewster counties, and prac
tically all the territory between San
Antonio and EI Paso will be united in
lending a helping hand to the success
of the normal to be conducted at Alpine.
By the union of a broad territory
and the promise of a large attendance,
Alpine has been able to make provision
for this work which at once Insures
success. The best material of the state
has been secured for the faculty. Super
intendent F. M. Martin, of the El Paso
city schools, is to conduct the work;
superintendent Arthur Lefevre, Dallas,
will be a member of the faculty, and
Hon. F. M. Bralley, state superintendent
of public instruction, will contribute a
lecture course to be given in connection
with -the normal. A faculty of eight
teachers has been chosen, and all grades
of work will be iaught, each department
being in the hands of a teacher thor
oughly competent to make the work in
teresting. The local committee is busy making
every necessary preparation for the
comfort and pleasure of attending
teachers A dormitory, hotels, summer
and private homes are abundant and
convenient to the school campus, in
pvhlch teachers will find pleasant homes
and board at a very reasonable rate.
The 35,000 school building is being
completed and equipped, and will be
ready for occupancy before the normal
opens. This building is thoroughly
modern in every detail and undoubtedly
one of the best lighted and ventilated
buildings in Texas.
The normal will open June 13, con
tinue six weeks and will include pri
mary, intermediate, high school, and
normal work leading tor all grade cer
tificates. Special advantages will be of
fered those who wish to take any of
the modern languages.
Tuition for the term is five dollars,
payable on entrance, and one dollar ex
tra for those who wish to take the
examination for certificates. This fee
will give free admission to a lecture
course of both general and particular
Interest, consisting of six lectures, one
during each week of the normal's continuance.
EI Paso People Should Xot WaltUntJl
It Is Too I.ste.
The appalling death rate from kid
ney disease is due in most cases to the
! fact that the little kidney troubles are
usually neglected until they become
serious. The slight symptoms vgive
place to chronic disorders and the suf
ferer goes gradually into the grasp of
diabetes, dropsy, Bright's disease,
gravel or some other serious form of
If you suffer from backache, head
ache, dizzy spells; if the kidney secre
tions are irregular of passage and un
natural in appearance, do not delay.
Help the kidneys at once.
Dean's Kidney Pills are especially
for kidney disorders they cure where
others fail. Over one hundred thou
sand people have recommended them.
Here's a case at home:
Ii. Hudson, 1317 E. Overland street
El Paso. Texas, says: "I as well as
other members of my family have used
Doan's Kidney Pills witn satisfactory
in the small of my back, esoeciallv no- !
ticeable when I sat down. I was finally
advised to try Doan's Kidney Pills and
I did so, procuring- a box at Kelly &
Pollard's drug store. They gave me
the desir d relief and for that reason
I can recommend them to all kidney
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
Bemember the name Doan's and
take no other.
Everybody Is Sitting
Photographs at $3 Doz,
ASSAYERS & CHEMISTS
independent Assay Ofiie
D. W. Eeczeakt. E J4., Proprietor.
Agent fcr Ore Shippers Assays and
Chemical Analysis. Mines Examined
and Reported Upon. Bullion Work a
W P.O. Box 88.
i Office and Laboratory:
Cor. Saa Praicuca t Cb&asfauSfe.
EL PAO. TEXAS.
Custom Assay Office
CRITCHKTT A FERGUSON. '
Successor to Hughes & Critchet?.
A ayer. Chemist. MatallursistJL
Agent for Or Shippers.
522 San Francises St. Phone 234.
Strong as our inducement is from a money-saving
standpoint, the fact that they are the unequalled
Peldman Photograph, finished in the unapproach
able Feldman style, in a beautiful folder, on the best
grade of paper, is the crowning attraction, for the
satisfaction in really fine photographs of one's fam
ily, one's Mends or one's self, cannot be estimated in
dollars and cents.
That's why eveiybody is sitting for photographs
now at, Feldman 's.
Appointments for sittings may be made by call
ing at studio, or by mail, or hy telephone.
5? Crowley Co.
531 Texas St. EI Paao4 Texas
"We fool the sun"
E. P. & S. W.
Phone Auto 1382
INSTRUMENTS AND SUPPLIES
Free! JL Feldman Co.
398 San Antonio St.
SOUTHWESTERN SALES AGENTS KEUFFEL & ESSER CO, OF N. Y.
ODOM TRANSFER CO.
BAGGAGE AND MOVING
ALL KINDS OF HAULING
Bell Phone 1054 Anto Phone 1966
109 MAIN ST.
PHONR BELL 1 AUTO 1001
Will be up right awaj.
Careful men- Reasonable prices.
Longwell's Transf er
116 SAN FRANCISCO ST.
GLASS TRUST HEADS
A'ceused in Federal Court of
Controling Pricre of
Pittsburg, Pa., April 8. The Imperial
Window Glass company, Incorporated
In West Virginia, and 16 officials and
directors were Indicted by a special
federal grand jury late Wednesday on
The Indictment charges conspiracy in
the restraint of the hand-blown win
dow glass trade in the United States;
engagement In illegal competition, and
an attempt to monopolize Interstate
A week ago United States district
attorney Jordan announced that fed
eral officers had completed a three
months Investigation of the glass in
dustry and would present to the grand
! jury evidence that the corporation had
violated the Sherman anti-trust law.
The officials of the Imperial Window
Glass company named in the indictment
are: President, iTyron L. Case, of
ilaumee, O.; vice president, 3L J. Heal
ey, Bradford, Pa.; treasurer, J. G.
Sayre, Tklorgantowft, W. Va.
The secretary of the company, J. H.
Johnston, of Pittsburg, was not named
In the Indictments. - He appeared as
the principal witness for the govern
ment and may, It is said, be granted
immunity. He produced before the
Jury a mass of books, papers, letters
and other data. The presentment, how
ever, was based in part on the testi-j
mony of a number of other witnesses,
who had been summoned from many
Method of Conspiracy.
The indictments set forth that the
company has from the beginning acted
as a selling agency, and has prevented
competition "by persuading and In
ducing corporations, partnerships and
Individuals in the window glass trade
to enter into contract with the agency
to sell their entire outputs of hand
blown window glass," and that, "the
defendants were able to establish, fix
and maintain arbitrary, unreasonable
and non-competitive prices for win
dow glass, greatly in. excess of prices
that would prevail if said defendants
had not engaged In unlawful conspiracy."
Dont Expect It to Taste Good
Unless It Was Orig
They Ve Already
NILES & MOSER CIGAR CO., Distributors, 'DENVER, COLO.
ODDITIES IX SIGNATURES
OX HOTEL REGISTERS
Students of auto signatures can find
no better place to tudy nniure than over
a hotel register. Men and means are
glaringly demonstrated there in tho
rarest stroke of the pon.
A traveling man came 4o El Paso a
few days ago, and deigning to use a
pen, stamped his name and business ad
dress on the register of the hotel. "W.
H. Bishop," it read, "Manufacturing
agent, Harrisburg, Pa." And he was not
a handless traveling man, either.
On today's record of hotel St. Regis
is the signature -'Chas. P. Garvin, Bos
ton," written In glaring red ink. It
stands out like the sun In a clouded
Often you hear the housewife remark that articles being served
did not taste as they should and immediately the ecnk gets the
blame, while it should go to the butcher or the grocer. There is
no need of scolding the cook, or discharging her. The question
can be easily solved by buying meats, groceries, vegetables and
fruits which the cook recognizes to be the best. There is no longer
an argument as fo where the best meats, groceries, vegetables,
teas and coffees come from. It was conceded long ago that Na
tions not only kept the best of everything, but that they kep the
largest assortment. There is nothing that gives more satisfaction
than a juicy and tender steak and nothing gives us more pleasure
than to receive such orders, for we have that kind of meat in
abundance. It could not be done unless we had placed a large
number of cattle on feed. Range cattle, regardless of price, are
tough and coarse. You cannot realize the difference between our
meat and that which other markets sell until you have enjoyed
one of our steaks.
Specials' for Saturday
Dairy Bacon (whole piece) per lb 27c
Nations' Rolled Roast (from'steer fed '
beef) per lb. .. - 15c
Veal Stew, 3 lbs 25c
Bishops' ' Sliced Peaches, 2 lb. cans 20c
Ortega' ? Tru-Salsa, 2 cans 15c
Snowdrift'' Kogjess Lard, 3 lb bucket
each ' 45c
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