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Fill a bottle or common glass riih
urine and let it stand twenty-four
hours-; a sediment or settling- usually in
dicates an unhealthy condition of the
kidneys. Too frequent desire to urinate,
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.
Therft 4a comfort in thp l-nnwlpflpp so
often -expressed that Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Hoot, the great kidney, liver and I
bladder remedy, fulfills almost every j
wish in xelieving pain In the back, kid
neys, liver, bladder and every part of
the urinary passage. It corrects In
ability to hold urine, and scalding pain
fn passing it, or bad effects following
use of liquor, wine or beer, and over
comes that unpleasant necessity of be
ing compelled to get up many times dur
ing the night to urinate.
The naild, pleasant and extraordinary
effect of Swamp-Root is soon realized.
It stands the highest for its wonderful
results ta the most distressing cases. If
you need a medicine, you should have
the besii. Sold by druggists in fifty
cent and. one-dollar sizes.
You may have a sample bottle of
Swamp-Hoot, the great kidney remedy,
and a book that tells all about it, both,
sent absolutely free by mall. Address,
When wTiting be sure to mention that
you read this generous offer in the El
Paso DaSy Herald. Don't make any mis
take, but remember the name, Swamp
Jfcoot. Zc. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and
the address, Binghamton, N. Y., on every
Gafoafem, Key West and
SttyejJau Passenger AccoBimodxSc'
Fa& Freight Service
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Wwfc, Kft, making' connection for
Arfaefisy Steamers Cany Freight
I 2R0r4Gctsafers &s to ceeermtk
Jtwciv & 08 -ycfoar tkskei agent or
a T. DeKELT,
Gor. Agssg, Gaireston, Texas.
Tklfats te -aad from Europe
E! Past Pasieur Institute
For Preventive Treatment
,.2nr. SAX ANTONIO STREET.
Phone 234 R- 1. "Re., 3457
CHILD DIES WITHOUT
That Is the Way El Paso
Doctor Mils Out the
Among the certificates nf death re
ceived at the city health, office is one J
signed by a, physician in. which he states
that a 2yearold child died of meningitis
"without medical assistance."
The child was 2yeano3d Juanito Huer
ta, 80S South Florence street, and the
doctor stoning the certificate as X. H.
33ie death, occurred May X.
Syrup of Figs
1 - A
world as the best of
-for men, women " arid
has the full name of
Syrup Co. printed
jp every package. It
size only, regular
per bottle. The
times offered are of
and do not give
HOW TO FIND OUT
therefore, should be
" BIG XIWE TO SELECT PROM.
PRICES RIGHT. KAIL
Anything You Want
laoor swi-Ei weainer strips
iceep out saxd, suit axdwixdj o?a!s:, O'Sonnel? & Co.. Sen. crfS.
r.T TTTF! nOORS AT-TO WIMIOWS. I
The HeralcFs Las Cruces News Bureau
on" bis si' -.
Deplore Albuquerque Spirits
Officers Are Beeleeted.
Las Cruces, X. 2VL, May 3. The coun
cil of the Elephant Butte "Water Users'
association held their regular annual
meeting hero Monday -with 24 of the
SO "members present, as follows: Max
L. Kohler, Daniel Miranda A. Gonzales.
H. F. Holstelh. A. McClintock. J. "W.
Taylot, M. Bammert. TV. C. Strode. N. C.
Rouault. "W. S. Gilliam, O. C.
Snow, A. J. Fountain. J. P. Mitchell, N.
Galles, J. L. Thompson, J. C. McNary,
J. R. Livesay, F. H. White, Chas. T.
Bartlett, B. J. Viljoen, C. A- Viljoen,
C A. Thompson.
The officers' reports were satisfac
tory and their work for the associa
tion met the approval of the entire coun
cil, which was shown by the re-election
of-all officers, who are: H. B. Bolt,
president; X. Galles. vice president; N.
C. Frenger, secretary, and J. P. Mitchell,
On motion of C. A. Thompson the
secretary -was instructed to draft a tele
gram to the president, H. B. Holt, who
( is In "Washington in the Interest of the
association in securlag a speedy settle
ment of all matters in the way of early
activity in the building of the dam and
for him to stay there as long as lie
deems necessary for the association.
The secretary had on exhibition a
number of pamphlets which the asso
ciation is having published on the Ele
phant Butte dam, and the resources of
rho valley, which met the (approval of
It is profusely Illustrated and Is ar
ranged in such an artistic manner that
fc wlll be sure to attract much atten
tion. Five thousand copies have been
ordered from the printers.
On the motion of general Viljoen, in
structions were passed t( the board of
directors to take proper action in con
troverting the effect of the attitude of
the Albuquerque chamber of commerce
on the lower Bio Grande project. It is
probable a delegation will go from the
association to Albuquerque at the time
of their meeting.
LAS CRUCES DAILY RECORD.
Las Cruces, N. M., May 3. The following-
deeds and other papers of record
have been filed with the recorder of
Dona Ana county:
James T. Smith to Martin Ackerman.
warranty deed -to lots 21, 22, 23 and 24
in block 2 of Sunny Slope addition;
consideration ?1 and other valuables,
dated April 15, 1910.
James T. Smith to Byron L. Knight,
warranty deed to lots 5. and 6 in block
2 of Sunnj- Slope addition; considera
tion, 1 and other valuables, dated
April 15, 1910.
James T. Smith to Joseph HeoVman,
warranty deed to lot 3 in block 24 of
I Sunny Slope addition; consideration, $1
and other valuables, dated April 30,
James T. Smith to Susan B. Hubbell.
warranty deed to lots 43. 44 and 45 In j
DiocK zz or sunny Slope addition; con
sideration, $1 and other valuables, dated
April 30, 1910.
ames T. Smith to Lula Ellis, war
ranty deed to lots 41 and 42 iu block 24
of Sunny Slope addition: consideration,
SI and other valuables, dated April 30,
James T. Smith to Reinbard Niederer,
warranty deed to lots 1, 2. 3. 4, 45, 46,
47 am 4S in block 49 of Sunny Slope
second addition; consideration, 1 and
other "valuables, dated April IS. 1910.
J. T. Miller to John A. Reinhard, war
ranty deed to lots 1 and 2 in block
2C ofMilltr"? F.speranza addition; con
sideration, $1 and other Taluablas, dated
August 7, 1909.
J. T. Miller to F. B. Settle, warranty
and Elixir of
the California Fig
on the front of
is for sale by all
price 50 cents
in the Drug Line.
- ' -
Bel! 43. Chamber of Commerce Bide.
! deed to lot 42 in block 64 of Miller's
addition; consideration. SI and other
valuables, dated June 30. 1909.
I. H. Vanderwerf to Thad Ator, war
ranty deed to lots 20 and 21 in block
22 of Miller's "Washington Park addi
tion: consideration, SI and other valu
ables, dated April 30, 1910.
L.. H. Vanderwerf to John A. Long
hart, warranty deed to lot 27 in block
S3 of Miller's College park addition;
consideration, $1 and other valuables,
dated April 30, 1910.
James T. Smith to J. II. Gray, war
ranty deed to lots 4 and 5 in block 26,
of Sunny Slope addition, consideration
1.00 and other valuables; dated April
- James T. Smith to Robert L. Gray,
warranty deed to lots 5 and 6 In block
26 of Sunny Slope addition; considera
tion $1.00 and other valuables; dated
April 4, 1910.
James T. Smith to Hicks Gray, war
ranty deed to lots 21 and 22 in block
25 of Sunny Slope addition; considera-
I tion $1.00 and other valuables: dated
March 23, 1910.
James T. Smith to James R. Gray,
warranty deed to lots 23 and 24 in block
4 and lots 39 and 40 In block 28 of
Sunny Slope addition, consideration $1
and other valuables; dated March 10,
Jose Torres et tix io Juan Garcia,
warranty deed to lot 5 in block 15 in
the town of Colorado, consideration $3;
dated April 12, 1904.
Burrel Levy to Tictoriano Peres,
warranty deed tp a parcel of land sit
uate in Las Cruces in precinct 20, area
25 by 50 varas, consideration $ 60.00;
dated July 16, 1909.
"L. H. "Vanderwerf to D. "W. Gregory,
warranty deed to lots 9 and 10 in block
43 of Miller's Washington Park addi
tion; consideration $1.00 and other valu
ables; dated April 7, 1910.
L. H. Vanderwerf to Geo. Arundale,
St. Louis, 2 lo., May 3. Samuel Gom- ing bound to the soil. On the horizon
fiers, president of the American Federa- can be seen the dawn of a nvv day,
ion of Labor, in an address before the , when shall be ushered in the real broth
joint convention of farmers unions, de- j erhood of man. ,
nied the report that he came here to or- Opposition,
ganize a new political party, but de- I ''I do not mind opposition, whether, it
dared: ''When organized industrial j be the edict of a court unfairly admin
workers and organized farmers will J istered or the efforts of a corporation
stand shoulder to shoulder in fighting i that would curb our manhood, or in the
for equality and justice, then will come sh&pe of greed, a. -village constable, or
a nenv dispensation and a new order of j the highest executive office of the coun
thincs. j try. Such opnositions breeds in my ven
"Tiie unrest throughout the country fiber a determination to stand with the
is not a protest of poverty and misery ,"' rank and file of our people until the
he said, "Tmt it is the protest of intelli- eternal day of judgment and justice,
gent and progressive men and women. Speaks of "Uncle Joe."
That there is poverty and misery is un- f "You will take notice of the efforts
deniable. We need "not go far to find j to give the courts more power and the
myriads of men and -women begging and j efforts of the courts to get more power,
pleading for work, in spite of our boast- invading the legisjative departments,
ed prosperitv. Idle men and busy chil- Why, it was only a short time ao that
dren is a sufficient indictment or our,i
present dailv conditions.
High Cost.of Living.
''The hiffh cost of livine:; laid at the
j door of the farmer and "wage earner by
our opponents, is due to other causes
"Our opponents want to pra- for us
five minutes a week and prev upon xis
i tiie rest of the week.
The growing together of organized
labor and faroners means the end of !
the battle between dollars arid human- j shoulder to shoulder, determined that
ity and the end of the struggle of ages I we shall hand down this republic un
to free the industrial -worker from be- tarnished to the myriads yet unborn."
People In El Paso Hotels
From New exico.
At the Sheldon: A. B. Reneton, Santa
Pe; P. E. Dessaur, F. H. Davis, Las Cru
ces. At the St. Regis: R. P. Cruger, Ros
well. At the Zeiger: T. P. Ross, Hilkboro;
E. W. Bro-wn, San iMareial; Guadalupe
Asearate, Hugh McKinney, Las Cruces;
Tom Pepper, Haehita.
At it-he Grand Central: J. P. Asearate.
Las Cruces; J. S. Brooks. 'Anthony; T.
L. Rose aud -wife,' Lamy; H. G. Fitz
gerald, Las Oruces.
At the Sheldon: W. M. Bottoeff and.
wife, Douglas ; Frank 31. Leland, Phoe
nix: A.' Y. Thompson, Clifton.
At the Angelus : A. R. Crittendon,
lorenci; James Ashby. Tucson.
At the Orondorff: A. W. Kindred,
At tbe Zeiger: J. D. Micholson, Xaoo
J. AY. Mires, Douglas.
At t&e Grand Central: A- J. Burle
At the St. Regis: Wm. Z. Hayes, M.
E. Rillsey, Austin; Mrs. George Bar
stow. Mis's Barstow, Barstdw; F. "W- Ax
tell, Ft. Worth.
At the Angehxs: R. L. Allen, San An
tonio. At the Orondorff: H. H. Luckett, C.
G Gelvin, Toyah.
At the Zeiger: J. Y. Canon, Van
Horn; "W. D. Lansden, Ysleta,
,At the Grand Central: Thos. Charles,
Joseph Cass. Houston: R. L. Miller. Dal
las; L. D. Bunton and wife, Shafter; B.
J. ilustaine and wife, Shafter.
At the Sheldon: T. Evans, H.
Haad, Cananea, Son-; J. Y. Buskin, Chi
huahua; L. Dickson, Guaymas, Son.
At the St. Regis: Burn' Peterson,
Hermosillo: Diego Redo, Sinaloa; K. M.
VanZandt, Mexico. D. F.; Mrs. A. Redo,
Mexico, D. F.; Miss M. de Castro, Sina
loa: M. J. Caslellat jr.. and wife, Fos
tino Flores, Sinaloa; "V. J. Patterson, !
Mexico. D. F. V i
At the Orondorff: W. J. Quiglev and
family. Mrs. W. J. Mitchell, E. Xetiage,
At the Zeiger: H. M. Smith, Can
anea. At tfce Grand Central: Alfonso P.
Garcia. Juan Lliteras, Antonio Garcia,
Felizardo Torres. Juan M. Lliteras, Her
mosillo, Son.; V. C. Weller, Torreon;
Deoietrio Matolimi, Mexico, D. F.; F. A.
Aguilar, Ojinaga, Ohih., Felix Rodriguez,
From the Pacific.
At the Sheldon: J. D. Haran, Los
Angeles, Cal.; V. "W. Miller, San Diego,
At the St. Regis: E. M. f avener. San
Francisco; W. IT. ConstaVie, J. Wayne
von Leer. Los Angeles.
At the Orndorff: H. M. Sproul. C. M.
S,t out, Los Angeles.
At the Grand Central: Thos. L.
warranty deed to lots 3S and 35 in block
83 of Miller's College Park tract, con
sideration $1.00 and otlyrr valuables;
dated March 31, 1910.
L. H. Vanderwerf to Clarence S. "Will
iams, warranty deed to lots 25-26 in Mill
er's College Park tract, consideration
$1.00 and other valuables; dated March
L. H. Vanderwerf to Charles Grant,
warranty deed to lots IS in block S3 of
Miller's College Park tract; considera
tion $1.00 and other valuables; dated
March 31, 1910.
ALFALFA CROP SHORT, BUT
FRUIT GOOD AT LAS CRUCES.
Las Cruces, N. M.. May 3. S. P
Stewart, a successful farmer and fruit
grower of Mesilla Park, states that
alfalfa crops are rather short, but thai
there will be plenty of fruit.
Oscar C. Snow has gone to Santa Fa
to attend the meeting of the Territorial
Water Users' convention, which meets
LAS CRUCES HOTEL ARRIVALS.
Las Cruces, N. M May 3. The fol
lowing guests are registered at Hotol
Don Bamardo: H. Allen, Hubbard City;
C. F. Moore, El Paso; H. Marx, Ft. I
worth. Tex.; H. R. Hanny and wife,
San Miguel, N. M.; C- A. Thompson,
Berino; H. "Westheim, D. and J- "Werth
en, St-Louis, Mo.; Wrm. Palmer, Jr.. Bin
con; J. Clapp, Hatch; John C. McXary,
Berino; J. M. Hoy, RIncon, N. M.; J. C.
Lachman, Austin. Tex.; A. W. Hadley,
El Paso; G. F. Thatcher, Logan.
" MAS OX GIVES LECTURE.
Las Cruces, "":. M., May 3. W. P.
Chesum of, Roswell, Grand ,Lecturer of
the A. F. & A. M., jurisdiction of New
Mexico, addressed the Masons here Mon
Large fresh strawberries; 3 boxes for
25 cents. Ardoin's Market.
congress recognized a writ issued by jus
tice right, and even thai
that most bene
ficent person, 'Uncle Joe.' recognized tine
qjurt authority over the legislature.
We tvM fwhfc our battles together,
tue farmer and the laboring man. buy
ing each other's products that bear the I
union label. I irant to cement the unity
between the -wealth producers of the
country so that, in t'he battle for justice,
peace aud. equality beiore the law, the
farmer and the -wage eanrer will be found
Clancy, E. J. Banner. T. F. Watkins,
From New York.
At the Sheldon: James L. Lawrence,
J. M. Jepson, A. E. J. Winter, A. C. Ea
kins. At the St. Regis: J. H. Tennesv, R.
At the Sheldon: H. Alexander Hib
bard, A. J. Raase. Daisy V. Briggs.
At the St. Regis: James Dell, C. H.
1 ra UNITE
A LINIMENT FOR EXTERNAL USE.
Cheerfulness and a bright disposition, during the months "before "baby conies,
are among the greatest blessings a mother can bestow upon the little life about
to begin. Her happiness and physical comfort -will largely govern the proper
development of the health and nature of the child. Mother's Priend contributes
much to the mother's happiness and health by the relief and mental comfort it
affords. It is a liniment composed of penetrating oils and medicines which
lubricate the muscles and tendons of the body, soothe the swollen mammary
glands, cause a gradual expansion, of the skin and tissues, and aid in the relief
of nausea.. The regular use of Mother's Friend greatly lessens the pain and
danger when baby comes, and assures a quick and natural recovery for the
mother. Mother's Friend is sold at drug stores. Write for our free book, con
taining valuable information for exuectant Mothers.
THE BRADFIELB &? ATLANTA, GA?
WASHTXGTOX. D. C, and return. On sale May 14, 15, 16 dg?7 f (
and 17, limit June 1st with extension to -Tune 15th tpO e JL Lr
ST. LOUIS, M0 and return. On sale May 17, 18, 19. a q r
Limit May 28th k pTi DO
CENTCINXATI, ,0., and return- On sale May 3, S, 9 and 10. g Q Q f
Limit Mav 22 -with extension to May 31.. tpDS5U
ATLANTIC CITY, X. J., and return. 0n sale May 15, 16 tf ry A t f
and 17. Limit June 15.-. P 1U
AUGUSTA, GA., and return. On sale April 30 and Mav l-tf rf p Q. E
Limit May 29 "... (POO.OD
ATLANTA, GA., and return. On sale May 22, 23 and 24. rfg n OA
Limit June 1 tpOOcU
See Us for Cheap Summer Rates and Good Service.
w. c. Mccormick, j. e. monroe,
General Agent. City Ticket Agent.
CITY TICKET OFFICE ST. REGIS HOTEL
, ' PHYSICAL DECLIM
A year or more ago, Ernest Henslnger
a promising young resident of Sand
wich, 111-, found himself in a condition
of physical "'decline, -which was finally
Bosworth, P. L- Turner.
At the Angelus: R. L. Allen.
At the Zeiger: J. Fred Ryan.
At the Sheldon: R. Dimmitt,
.LOUIS; iu. o. oeatun, xva.i yi.
At the Zeiger: MaTsh dancer, Jxan-
At the Sheldon: W. B. Kirk, Lin-
coin, Xeb.: E. J. O'Connell, Ft- -Wayne,
Ind.: S. J. Broles, Bernice, La.; S. J.
Dutch, F. P. Thomas, Denver, Colo.; W-
J. Pettus. Washington. D. G
At the St. Regis: R. H. Browne. Pu
eblo. Colo.; W. H. Leonard, Denver, Col-;
W. Franklin Burnham, Boston, Mass.;
J. B. McDermott, Xew Orleans, La.
At the Angelii3: G. F. Bumen and
wife, St. Martinville, La.
At the Orndorff: A. J. Gailey, Den
ver, Colo.; fr. Q. Adams and wife, Omaha,
At the Grand Central: James Long-
I hnay, Philadelphia, Pa. ,
SELLING OUT EX'X'IKE STOCK
Four new Reo touring cars, 22 h. p..'
complete with top, now $950 each, for
mer price ?1150.
Barjcalns in Second Hand Cars.
Ford. 5250, Runabout.
Reo, $200, Runabout.
Buick, 10" $650, 3 passenger.
Reo '-22" $550. 5 passenger.
Reo "20" $450, 5 passenger.
C. M. Barber,
349 Myrtle Ave.
Larg fresh strawberries; 3 boxes for
5 cents. Ardoin's Market.
(Continued From Page One.)
; T ; 73 , . r
quIred paj a larer Proportional tax
than trades where the risk of gettln
tuberculosis was '.not so large."
Education Needed. '
A paper which caused considerable
discussion was read before the Socio
logical section by James Jenkins, jr.,
of Brooklyn. Mr. Jenkins insisted that
the chief function of a local- anti
tuberculosis association was education
al and not remedial. The society must
do Its work by means of exhibits, lec
tures, posters, newspaper articles, he
said, and in many other ways. Another
function of the association must be that
of giving inspiration and suggestion to
others. Mr. Jenkins contended that the i
tuberculosis committer in Brooklyn, of
which he is the secretary, had done Its
best -work when it secured the assist- '
ance of the city, private hostpitals ana
others In doing work which the com
mittee Itself could never undertake.
He recommended in raising funds to
secure a large number of small dona
tions rather than a few Jarge ones, and
overcome by the application of proper
treatment. In the following brief state
ment Mr. Henslnger teKs of the man
ner In which he was restored to health:
"For two years I was a victim of
stomach trouble. I had a poor appe
tite, and was frequently nauseated at
the mere sight of food. Afterdating
I would be in distress from the gas on
my stomach. I was terribly constipated.
I lost much in strength, and my condi
tion finally became such that at times I
was unable to work.
"Doctors gave me only temporary re
lief. About a year ago I was persuaded
to try Cooper's New - Discovery. The
first bottle gave me so much relief that
1 continued its use, taking three bot- j
ties in all. I can now eat anything i
wish without feeling any bad effect
afterward. My bowels are in good con
dition, and I am again strong and well
"Last fall I noticed a slight indica
tion of distress, but a few doses of the
i New Discovery- caused it to disappear.
Cooper's New Discovery is the best
preparation I know of for stomach
trouble. 1 did for me what no other
medicine was able to do."
The above is only one of thousands of
statements of a similar character that
have been made by persons living in all
parts of the country regarding this re
markable medicine. "We are agents for
the Cooper remedies in this community.
Kelly & Pollard.
advised special collections in churches
and Sunday schools for special kinds of
work. In conclusion he said:
"In some localities the situation is
such that a tuberculosis committee is
really forced to do a certain amount of
relief fc . . resnonsfbIlitv
thIs relief even if initiated by ihe
J mittee, should be placed as soon as pos-
sible on the shoulders of some regular
relief . organization, which perhaps is
not fulfilling its entire dutv to the
John D. Rockefelle'r would go broke
if he should spend his entire income
trying to prepare abetter medicine than
Chamberlain's Colie, Cholera and Diarr
hoea Remedy for diarrhoe, dysentery or
bowel complaints. It is sr Jv impossi
ble, and so says every one that'iiiissed
it. Sold by all dealers. -w
dmm MILK DRINK
PLENTY Of ITDRINK.
EL PASO PURE MILK
There is mere food value In one quar:
of El Paso Pure Milk than there is In
one pound of the choicest porterhouse
steak. El Paso Pure Milk is pure milk.
It comes lrom inspected, contented cotvs.
and is treated by the most scientific
methods. Delivered to you in sterilized
El Paso Dairy Co.,
P&onesi Cell 3-10; Auto 115a
Office 313 ST. Qresx.
Not anny Milk Tru
The Original and Osnulna
7hi Food Drink for All Ages,
For Infants, Invalic3s,anc3 Growing children.
PureNutribon.upbuilding the whole body.
Invigorates thenurangmodierand the aged.
Rich milk, malted grain, in po!er form.
A quick lunch prepared in a minute.
Take no substitute. Ask for HORLICK'S,
Others are imitations.
Xn Inhalation for
Coughs, Golds? Gaiasrin7
Crpsoiene is a Boon io Asthmatics.
Does it not seem more effective to breathe in a
remedy for diseases of the breathing orgass than j
to tal:9 the rsraedr into the stomaca
Creaolcne enrea because tho air, rssdered
strongly antiseptic, is carried over tho diseased j
sarfaca vith every breath, giving prolonged and i
constant treatment. It is Invaloablo to mothers 3
vdth. small children.
For irritated throat
there is nothing better
than Cresolene Antiseptic
Send 5c in postage
for saaaple Dottle.
Send sostal for do
ISO Folton Street
Pradaces thick; luxuriant hxir irkea all
ether remedies fall. We CBaraetea
Danderine. All Drujcdats. 25c, 50c aad
gl, ur lead this Ad with 10c (stssmpa r
silver) for a laxxe free aasetfe.
KNOWITON DAKDERIXE C,
Fred M. Bagge
710 Wheeling: St.
A. flHfew J,s85? ais
anHHBMMHMlBBnnan I iin.iiaiin iiiimiiii mii i- ! ! "
Aid) FRESH FIELD, GARDEN AITO. FLOWER
CALL ON OR
THIRD AND CHIHTJAHTJA STREETS
HAY, GRAIN, FLOUR AND FEED
Vacuum Cleaner, on ac
count of its large ca
pacity, is adapted to ef
fective use in , hotels,
churches, schools and
other large public build
ings. Ho fuiTiishings
are too heavy for thor
ough' cleaning by the
"Santo." The pump
has a continuous, strong
steady suction that
cleans thoroughly as it
goes, and in the testing
room of the factory has
been run several hun
dred million revolutions
without a break which
is more than the aver
age family will use it in
twenty years. Costs
less than 2c an hour to
use it. Every one back
ed by a guarantee bond.
Hoyt Furniture Co.
218 Temporary Location 218 I
South Stanton St.
If you -want the best,
meats at the lowest.
. 'prices, call
5 Cents a Piind
15 Gents a Pound
WEDNESDAY ONLY .
PRANK S3HTH. 3IGR.
X. OREGOX ST.
We deliver Ice Cream to all parts of
Phone Bell 10O0; Auto 115S
to Ellis Blflg.
110 S. Oregon
Ellis, Bros. Printing Co.
PHONF, BELL 1 AUTO 1001
Will be up right away.
Careful men- Reasonable price.
116 SAH FRANCISCO ST.
ODOM TRANSFER CO.
BAGGAGE A2TD MOVING
ALL KINDS OF HAULING
Bell Pbone 1054 Auto Phone 1965
109 MAIN ST.
ASSAYERS & CHEMISTS
Independent Assay Office
I. W. Kzcshaet. E JJ., Fropriator.
Agent fcr Ore Skippers Assays and
Chemical Analysis. Mines Examined
and Reported Upon, dullion Work m.
Office and laboratory:
Ccr. Sas Fraadsca &. CWfeaeSwa Ste.
SL PArVO. TEXAS-
Casiom Assay Office
CRITCHTT A PHRGUSON.
Successors ta Hushes 3c Crltchatt.
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Aseats for Or Shippers.
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TON & SON.
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