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THIS stock must be sold to makevroora
for the contractors to work. We are
going to rebuild our store, take in the next
store and have one of the finest Gents'
Furnishing Goods houses in the southwest,
but these goods must be turned into cash,
no matter what sacrifice it costs. :: ::
Manv El Pasoams Aided But
Plans Made For Fur
Look As If We Meant It ? J
Wilson Bros, Shirts, $2.50, now $1.75 IfllllX
Wilson Bros. Shirts, $2.00, now $1.60 fVli P If I llllf
Wilson Bros. Shirbs; $1.50, now . .-. . . .$1.15 ' AffflliPSIf
Wilson Bros. Shirts, $1.00 and $1.25 . . 7? 85c , A'aL it i I If 1 1
in in i . . i .. i.. , i -, - l -swe3? vBr$i i fi X S J-?? & 5 " C& ,5a
i jwmi- jf accxewiro. vx&vszcr -coes t r
now 40c 5as85 fza&ff
?s, now. 65c t'J7'
now 3 pair for 50c , "fM
I to. f V . Vr
Panama Hats, $12.50, now $9.00
Panama Hats, $ 8.00, now $6.50
Panama Hats, $ 5.00, now $3.75
Felt Hats, $3.00, now $1.95
Straw Hats, $3.00, now $2.25
Straw Hats, $4.00, now. .. $3.00
Straw Hats, $5.00, now. ..! $3.75
50c Ties, now : 35c
75c and $1.00 Ties, now 5uc
$2.50 Ties, now $1.50
Underwear, $4.00 suit, now $3.00 ''
Underwear, $3.00 suit, now $2.40
Underwear, $2.50 suit, now $1.95
B. V. D. Underwear,
25c and 35c Hose,
50c Hose, now 35c
75c Hose, now 45c
Discount of 5.00 AllowecKOn Any Tailor Made Suit Ordered During Our Expansion Sale
HUNDREDS OF OTHER BARGAINS; EVERYTHING IN THE STORE ON SALE
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I Positively No Goods
Charged at These
I Prices - ii I. M - Barer
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Bring the Cash With
You and Secure These
EW 3IEXICO C03IPAXIES
INCORPORATE AT SAJSTA. FE
Santa Fe, N. M., June 8. Incorpora
tion papers have been filed by the
Gypsite Cement & Plaster Co., of Acme,
Chaves, countjv. -where large works
have been erected. The capitalization
Is $100,000. The incorporators and di
rectors are Charles "W. Bayliss,, Clif
ford A. Bonds and Clifford Dangsdale,
of Kansas City; F. "W. "Wilsey of Chi
cago, and F. C. Smith, of Acme.
The Empire Construction company,
cfRoswell, has also filed incorporation
papers, the capitalization being- $100,
000. The incorporators and directors
are Fred L.. Tubbs of Omaha, Neb.;
Raymond R. Kendrick, Malcolm F.
Lewis and G. A. Richardson, of Ros
well; Julius Beeman of San Francisco.
SMOKER FOR J. V. HUGHES.
On Thursday, June 2nd, a smoker was
given in honor of J. V. Hughes, who
is to be married sWn, by several of his
young men friends. A most enjoyable
time Is reported.
El Paso Bank & Trust Co.
319 San Antonio St.
Solicits Your Patronage
Capital Stock $100,000
R. M. TURNER, Pres. ' F. P. JONES, V-Pres
I A K KERR, Cashier LEEH. CREWS, AssL Cash'r.
EL PASQANS JOURNEY
K -V - - ' 'l T "W 3
WE NEED MONE Y
SEE OUR WINDOW
Jewelry of every kind cat
from 25 to Si
FULLAN'S 219 San Antonio St!
In Toyali oil and alfalfa lands. A few sections can
be bought at right prices.
Now is the time to invest in Yalley lands here before
work on the Elephant Butte dam causes a" material
advance in land values.
Some good ranches in Mexico for sale this summer.
MONEY TO LON ON CITY PROPERTY AT 8.
De Shazo Realty Company,
8 Stevens Building.
Large Number Spend Satur
day and Sunday Among
' the Pines.
By Mrs. W. S. Tiltoru.)
Cloudcroft, X. iL, June S. The en
gine -whistled for the S. bridge, a breath
of air, like Tvrae, filled our lungs, we
rounded Scenic Point and there "was
Cloudcroft once more, dear old Cloud
croft. The tall pines bowed us a state
ly -welcome and sighed because "we had
been so late in coming, the quaking as
pins danced for joy, and we felt that
we had come into our own at dast.
We found new hosts at the Lodge,
Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Beachaim, -who' are
putting forth their best efforts to make
everyone comfortable. The old skat
ing rink has been converted into a
dining room; the meals are excellent
and an inspection of the kitchen showed
everything in good order and excep
tionally clean. The service in the dining
room is all that could be asked for. Al
ready there has been good crowds of
people here. The cottages are rap
idly filling up and every cottage seems
to contain a baby; truly this "W-Hl be
A very pleasant dance was held in
the dining room Saturday night and on
"Wednesday night a bridge party, in
the pavilion is being planned.
ThQse registered at the hotel so far
are: "Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Beacham, Ala
anogordo; Stanley Bevan, El Paso; A.
J. Carpenter. El Paso; T. J. McKarmey,
El Paso; "Victor Caruso, El Paso; Bern
hard Krupp, El Paso: E. L. Windsor,
Nacozan, Son.; H. A. Oysley, St. Louis;
T. C. Xewby, "Vaughn; J. T. Bowyer,
Albuquerque, N. M.; Samuel Barker,
El Paso People Should Learn
to Detect the Approach
of Kidney Disease.
The symptoms of kidnej' trouble are
so unmistakable that they 'leave" no
ground for doubt- Sick kidneys ex
crete a thick, cloudy, offensive urine
full -of sediment, irregular of passage
or attended by a sensation of scalding.
The back aches constantly, headaches
and dizzy spells may occur and the vic
tim is often weighed down by a feeling
of languor and fatigue. Neglect these
warnings and there is danger of dropsy,
Bright's disease, or diabetes. Any one
of these symptoms is warning enough
to begin treating the kidneys at once.
Delay often proves fatal.
You can use no better remedy than
Doan's Kidney Pills. Here's El Paso
J. T. Stapleton, lawyer, 1011 Myrtle
Ave., El Paso, Texas, says: "Years ago
I suffered from a severe case of
Bright's disease. My kidneys were much
disordered, which was shown by the un
natural condition of the kidney secre
tions and finally my ankles began to
swell. At that time Doan's Kidnej' Pills
were brought to my notice and I pro
cured a box at Kelly & Pollard's drug
store. They entirely removed the swell
ing from my ankles and benefited me In
For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents.
Foster-Milburn Co , Buffalo, New York,
sole agents for the United States.
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other.
New Orleans, La.; Lu. Anderson, Ala
mo; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Powers, El
Paso; TV. H. Forbes, Ei Paso; H. L,.
Noll, Denver, Colo..; M. S. Morgan, Kan
sas City; J. P. Gilchrist, Dl"Paso; D.
A. Kerr, El Paso; Dr. R. H. yGoidger,
Alamo; L. "Vollrecht, Milwauke, Wis.;
D. F. Doland,- Denver, Colo.Mr. and
Mrs. D. J. Kerr and family, Orange,
N. J.; E. TV. Alexander, Detroit, Mich.;
K. H. Acord, Bisbee; Charles Biess
wenger, El Paso; A. C. Mann and wife.
El Paso; Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Patch, El
Pa-o; E. Silberterg and family, El
Paso; Jose "Vidaurrl, El Paso; Mrs. T.
S. McKaimey, El Paso: Mrs. TV S Ttfl-
-ton, El Paso; Jaslyn P. Tuttle, El Paso;
-Mrs. v. L,. TVhltmer, El Paso; H. D.
Brown, El Paso; R. M.' Thite, El Paso;
TV. B. Smith, EI Paso; Mrs. Harriet
Clark, ,E1 Paso; Miss Dorothy Virgin,
El Paso; Dr. and Mrs. TV. L,. Brown,
El Paso; Miss Olga Berry Missouri;
Herbert L. Thome, London, England;
Herbert Chapman, London, England;
Frank Delaney, El Paso; Mrs. B. E.
Hail, Crockett. Tex.; R. E. TVheless,
Shreveport, La.; c. D. Cather, Wins
low, Ariz.; Harry H. Boyer, Alamogordo;
Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Merchant, Alamo
gordo; Mrs. Guy L. TVatt, Alamogordo;
Mrs. Roy Kaul, Alamogordo; Mrs. Al
ma L. Sweet, El Paso; Miss Edgetie
Sweet,. El Paso; George Sellers, Cloud
croft; L. H. Thompson, San Antonio;
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Johurst, El Paso;
Mrs. James Dickey and son, Houston;
TV. M. Henry, El Paso; N. M. Nasits, El
Paso; Edward Widdos, El Paso; J. Ko
tosky, Hijrhrolls; R. L. Burt and fam
ily, El Paso; R. Williams. Cloudcroft;
T. Smith, Cloudcroft; W. H. Heagarty.
Alamogordo; Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Bray,
El Paso; C. L. Mooney, Omaha; George
Howell, Kansas City; Clarence Camp
bell, El Paso; TV. D. Tipton, El Paso;
Harold Bevan, El Paso; B. Bevan, El
Paso; E. C. Froney, El Paso; J. Cron
stein and family. El Paso; P. J. Barry,
El Paso; L. Lewis, El Paso; Thomas
JDIlley, El Paso; R. Steyman and fam
ily, El Paso.
That the El Paso women interested
in the Woman's Charity Association
School for Mothers, and Miss H. Grace
Franklin, the director, were busily en
gaged during May is confirmed by the
report of the work done. Although it
covers but the first month of the
present year's efforts, aid and relief
was afforded in manv Quarters.
The Charity association school, with
Miss Franklin in charge, has been
working in conjunction with the city
health, department and the El Paso
county charities board, but notwlth
r " u m a' n
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Say, daddy, when do the first per
manent teeth come through?
Usually about 5 or 6 years of age,
but before any of the "baby set"
are shed a child cuts 4 permanent
molars called "6th year molars."
Dr. H. A. Magrtider
I DON'T WORK FOR NEGROES
Our 9th year in El Paso. Piaja Block
ance (May 5), 10; largest attendance,
(May 24), 42; average attendance, "1.
Number of prescriptions dispensed,
First visits to the dispensary, 48.
T?ex.-l:W- 7nr upw rasps. 4S: old
standing: the work done. Miss Franklin cases. 26.
believes there are opportunities for ' Number of cases reported to the
extending; the Influence over a wider county physician for home visiting', 4.
report for the past
OBTVIXS THIRD COURT
ORDER TO GRAZE CATTLE
.Tndsre "WcFie at Santa Fe Gives Per
mission: Gages Installed in Risers;
, , Man Escapes Train, Fatally In
jured by Colt.
Santa Fe, N. M., June 8. The third
injunction In the case of M. A. Cooper
vs. R. H. McDaniel, a suit over land
and water rlglfts in San Juan county
near the Colorado boundary, was Issued
by judge McFie, being the third in
three days. "The injunction restrains
the defendants from Interfering In any
manner with the plaintiff or his em
ployes grazing, pasturing or watering
his stock on the public domain or on
Hydrographer J. B. Stewart, of Den
ver, has Installed, automatic gages at
La Joya, the mouth of the Rio Puerco;
at Puerco, on the same river, and on the
San Jose at Suanee, Valencia county.
Jose M. Garcia, an aged resident of
Cerrlllos, in southern Santa Fe county.
wa? knocked down by a runaway colt
and fatally injured. Garcia - had just
jumped out of the way of a passing
freight train when the horse dashed
field, and In her
The work is Increasing rapidly and
every day there is a new claim upon j cumscripta
ones time. I have In view a plan for
two classes, whereby I believe I can
improve the living conditions among
First, establish a housewives club for
girls between the ages of 10 and 14.
Teach them the duties of a good serv
ant and teach them, personal and home
hygiene. In this way every citizen of
El Paso Is being benefited, for every
new convert to a clean life and a clean
home is also a convert to good citizen
I have a teacher, but I need supplies
with which to teach. The teacher is to
hold weekly classes and to also visit
the homes of the members of her
class. She aims to teach cleanliness
and the care of a home; how to wash
dishes; set a table; serve at a table,
sweeping and household work; also the
use of the tooth brush and many
other things needed to make a clean
and healthy woman.
I also desire to establish a sewing
class for mothers. I have not secured
a teacher, as yet, for this classyand I
must ask you to find me a teacher
and also material to conduct the class.
The mothers are invited to attend and
they are Instructed how to cut out and
how to make garments. "When the
garment is completed It belongs to the
one who made it- If you merely teach
them how to make diapers and do away
with the abominable thing they now
use (which is neither a diaper nor
drawers) you will do much to insure
healthy babies. Is there some one who
cares enough for the future of El Paso
to take charge of this class?
VTe are still m need of supplies to
carry on the work. " Fly netting is inf
great demand, also supplies to equip the
housewives' clubj tooth brushes, tooth
paste, barley, baking soda. Ivory soap,
hot water bottles, whisky, alcohol, baby
clothing are needed; in fact, every
thing to carry on the work success
fully. I desire to thank those who have
contributed so generously and to re
mind those who have promised to give,
and whose donations have not as yet
been sent In, that we are in need of
many things and will be glad to re
ceive the promised donations.
No, all of our cases are not Mexicans.
We have some Americans, but it mat
ters not whether they be black or
white they are little, helpless babies
who cannot tell you of their pain and
their hunger and for the sake of the
future El Paso, they should be aided.
Prevention Is better than caring for
tuberculosis later on.
Heartiest cooperation is being re
ceived everywhere and especially from
the health department.- Every man on
the staff stands ready to. do anything
ani, everything "to help save the
babies" and It is indeed gratifying,
when one is iwading through the sands
and the neat, to meet one of these big
fellows and have him come forward, in
his own hearty way, to see if there Is
something he can do to make the work
lighter and In this way may be able to
help save some baby.
The report of the work during May,
Number of cases In charge, 74; new
cases opened, 48; old cases, 26.
Number of visits made to homes. 210;
first visits, 48; revisits, 129; reference
and sanitary visits, 25; purchase visits,
Visits were also made daily to the
Woman's Charity association. El Paso
County charities. El Paso County dis
pensary, city health department, and
Mexican mission, milk and ice depot.
Number of cases refered to the El
Paso county dispensary, 17; diseases of
the eye, ear, nose and throat, 2; dis
eases of children, 6; diseases of the
skin, 2; diseases of the stomach, 0; dis
eases of the lungs (tuberculosis), 2;
general medicine and minor surgery,
Number of cases reported to the de
partment of health, 26; measles, 4; per
tussis, 15; tuberculosis, 2; typhoid, 2;
unsanitary conditions, C.
Wherever calls were made, sanitary
Instructions were given.
Number of cases referred for relief,
7; Woman's Charity association, 3; El
Paso County charities, 4.
Amout of relief dispensed:
Number of cases supplied with milk,
25; quarts of milk , supplied, 264;
pounds of ice supplied, 900; quarts of
distilled water. SO; cases supplied with
meat for broth, 4; infant's outfits
given, 8: fly netting, 8 yards; baby's
hammock, 1; mattress, 1; number of
nursing botties, 5; number of nipples, 3;
suits of men's clothing, 3; bath robe
and sweater, each 1, 2.
The Consumer's Ice company donates
all the Ice and distilled water used,
and J. H. Nations's meat market is
donating all the meat for &roth.
The report of the work In the depart
ment of Children's diseases at the El
Paso county dispensary follows. Classes
w ere held on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and
Saturdays by Dr. W. C. Kluttz.
Number of cases seen, 318; number
of dispensary days, 13; smallest attend-
Number of diseases represented, 24,
Asitia, anemia, ascoltes, alopecia, clr-
Francisco. Estrada is a lawyer who
won the enmity of Diaz by making
speeches in favor of Madero and fled
just as he was to be arrested on the
order of Diaz. Presidential elections
are to be held In Mexico on June 25.
ROSWEIL EIECTRIC LIGHT '
PLANT SOLD TO SYNDICATE.
Roswell, N. M., June 8. The Ros
well Electric Light company's property
was sold Tuesday to Otis & Hough,
monia, conjunctivitis, cervical glands, 0 Denver, and Cleveland. O. This firm
eniargea, uysentery, eczema, scuip. sts- j Js interested in Irrigation projects and
troenteritis, indigestion, lues, mitral , it Js saia Intends establishing a street
disease, measles, malnutrition, per- ., v svstfim wifH thp nai i-.,
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plant as a nucleus, which will extend
tussis, pharyngitis, pott's disease.
tuberculosis, tonsllitis, typhoid, scabies
and stomatitis, epidemic
to their properties. The price paid
was said to be about $125,000.
Great Company to Take
Over Many Plants in Tfro
Denver, Colo., June 8. A $7,000,000
merger of traction, light and power
companies in uoioraaao, Arizona, .ew
Mexico and Wyoming, will be con
summated in this city today, according
to the Times.
The Federal Light and Traction com
pany, of New Tork, will take over the
United States Lighand Traction com
pany, of Oregon; the Sheridan (wyom- (
ing) Electric Light and Power com-
pany; the Rawlins (Wyoming) Electric
LiErht and Fuel company; the Montrose
(Colorado) Electric Light and Power
company; the Hobart (Oklahoma) Elec
trie Light and Power company; the
Albuquerque Electric Power company; J
the Albuquerque Gas, Electric Light
and Power company; the Las Vegas
Light and Power company, the Las Ve
gas Transit company; the Tucson Gas.
Electric Light and Power company, and !
the Tucson Rapid Transit company. '
The United States company has been j
gathering the others into combination
for several months and the Federal j
company was organized' to make the '
merger complete. It is reported that
the National City bank, of New T ork,
is heavily Interested In the project.
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DEL RIO SUXDAY SCHOOLS
PICNIC AT DEVIL'S RIVER.
Del Rio, Tex., June 8. The annual
picnic of the Sunday schools of Del Rio
was held at Devil's river. Six coach
loads of people attended, many busi
ness men taking advantage of the occasion.
304 San Francisco St
EL PASO, TEXAS
Assaying, Ore Shippers' Agents,
Melt and refine or purchase gold
and silver m any form.
Correspondence invited. Strictly
DIAZ CAUSES ARREST
OF AN OPPONENT
New York Paper Declares H1. j
J. Madero Is Jailed on j
New York, June S. On the strength (
of private advices received here from J
Monterey, Mexico, the Tribune says
that Francisco J. Madero, who has j
been running against Gen. Diaz for j
the presidency of "3 Iexico, was secretly
arrested on Monday night and is now L
in prison. The message received from j
Mexico follows: j
"Last night with inconceivable arbi- J
And you should use ev
ery convenience to ligh
ten your office work. In
Blank Books and Sta
tionery, as well as in
Piling Gases, we have
all in every conceivable
style, and will appre
ciate showing vou.
trariness they arrested Pancbo on the
pretext that he aided in the flight of '
Estrada, a thing which is not so.
Indignation is general. "We are all
here. There is nodanger. He is calm."
Pancho is a Nicaraguan name for
.50 Recipe Cures
Weak Men FREE
Send Name and Address Today
-You Can Have It Free and
Be Strong'and Vigorous.
I have in my possession a precarlp
tlon for nervous debility, lack of vigor,
weakened man hood, falling memory
and lame back, brought on by sxcasjoa.
MtiAAtucM.1 tthAud. or the follies of
youth, that has cured so many worn
and nervous men right in their own
homes without any additional help or
medicine that I think every man who
wishes to regain his manly power and
virility, quickly and quietly, should
hae a copy. So I have determined to
send a copy of the prescription free of
charge, in a plain, ordinary sealed en
velope to any man who will write ma
This prescription comes from a. phy
sician who has made a special study of
men and I am convinced it Is the surest
acting combination for the cue of de
ficient manhood and vigor failure evar
put together. I
I thinks I owe It to my fellow man
to send them a copv in confidence so
that any man anywhere who Is weak
and discouraged with repeated failures
may stop drugging himself with harm
ful patent medicines, secure what I
believe if -he quickest acting restora
tive, upbuilding. SPOT TOUCHING
remedy ever devised, and so cure him
self at home quietly and quickly. Just
Virop me a line like this: Dr. A E.
Robinson, 4049 Luck Building, Detroit.
Mich., and I will send you a copy of
this splendid recipe in a plain ordi
nary envelope free of charge. A great
many doctors would charge $3.00 to
$5.00 for merely writing out a prescrip
tion like this but I end It entirely
i PLENTY OF IT-DRINK
EL PASO PURE-MILK
There is more food value in one quart
of El Paso Pure Milk, than there is In
one pound Of the choicest porterhouse
steak. El Paso Pure Milk is pure milfc
It comes from Inspected, contejated
cows, and is treated by the most scien
tific methods. Deliefed to you in
sterilized airtight bottles.
El Paso Dairy Co.
Phones: Bell 340; Auto. 1150.
Office 313 X. Oresoa.
Shop on the shady side of
Oregon St., opposite Post
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O. G, SEETON & SON.
imSD AKD CHBnjAH STREET!
HAY, GRAIN, FLOTJB AND FEED