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To Automobile Owners and Dealers
Our business is increasing at such a pace that we
are forced to make the foHowing rule:
On and After August 1st Everything
Will Be On a Cash Basis
This is not optional with us, but a natural out
come a rapidly growing business. ,
We also take this occasion to thank all patrons
for the splendid business given us in the past, and
hope our cash basis system will meet their approval.
The Sturges Company
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PEOPLE IN EL
From Xew Mexico.
At the Sheldon J. C. Van Dyke. Ft.
Sumner. . '
At the St. Regis S. F. Ballin, Albu
querque; Mark, Logan, Amarillo; T. B.
Downing, Silver City.
At the Zeiger Hugh -Clary, LastJru
ces; Miss Kate Orr, Alamogordo; Miss
Rirdwell, Las Cruces; Misses Cox, Las
At th'e Grand Central Earl Marteer
ny, Las Cruces; James P. Hall and wife,
Leopold; Edgar A. Hall, Leopold; P. L.
Sly, Sna Marclal; P. R. Cook, San Mar
cial; Talley Cook, San Marcial; J. G.
Curtin and wife, Las Cruces.
At the Sheldon Mabel Harper, Phoe
nix; Mrs. M. Harper, Phoenix; Albert
At the St. Regis J. J. Grant, Metcalf ;
C E. Hutchinson, Tucsoji; George T.
At the Sheldon Mrs. D. R. McCor
mick. San Antonio; George A. James,
At the St. Regis ?Mrs. W. J. Carlisle.
Dallas; Mabel Canute, Dallas; C Miller
and wife, Dallas; M. Logan, Amarillo.
At thesAngelus Mrs. G. H. Clements,
At the Orndorff C. E. Bates, Boquil
las. At the Zeiger C. M. Tinnin, Toyah;
W. C. prow, Toyah; W. W. Camp, Pe
cos. At the Grand Central T. rA. Brown,
At the Sheldon J. M. Lamargus and
Jamfiy, Hermosillo, Sonora; L. C. Trip
At -the St. Regis-George Fairbanks,
Avino; P. W. K. Robertson and wife,
Torreon; J. M. Gleason and wife, Mex
ico City; C. H. Paneer, Ensenada.
At the Orndorff G. de la Garza, jr..
Chihuahua; L. C. Barnard, Mexico City;
Charles A. Reno, Casala, SInaloa, Mex.
At the Grand Central Thad Hufford.
Madera; P. Van Wagon, Chihuahua; T.
Cox, Mexico City.
From the Pacific Coast.
At the Sheldon Edward James,' Los
Angeles; H. M. Bohnert, Los Angeles.
At the St. Regis L. R. Doolittle, Los
At the Angelus Mrs. M. Elder, Los
At the Orndorff Charles S. Coleman,
A Skin of Beauty is a coy Tcrever.
,R. T. Felix Gouraud's Oriental
Cream or Magical Beautifier.
Benoves Tan, Pimples,
FredOes, iloth Patches,
Basb, jd Siln Diseases,
ana every DiemiFn
l on beauty, and de
' fies detection. It
has stood the test
ol 6! years, and
Is so harmless ire
taste it to be sure tt
1b -properly made.
Accept no counter
felt of similar
same. Dr. L. A.
Sajre Eald to a
lady of thfc hant
ton (a patient):
"As you ludier
ttIU use them.
3aawn J Pr.Bm' as the least harmful of all the
ridB preparations." Fcr sale by all drugpsts and Fancy
Qoodfi Isealexa In the United States, Canada and Europe.
EOU.HIKiKS. Prop- 37 BriA fees Stest, New Yfc
LoWMtFares between SAN FRANCISCO.
SEATTLE, LOS ANGELES.
SAN DIEGO and otner Coast Clues
Berth and Meals Included
TRIPS EAST BY SEA AND RAIL
Don't wait until steamers are sold out
Write quick for fares and reservations
Pacific Coast Steamship Co.
112 Market St. SAN FRANCISCO
Buy Your CaGfornia Ticket
As Far As Pizmo Beach.
The ideal pleasure resort of all
coast beaches on the Pacific coast. In
Ban Luis Obispo county, Cal., half way
between Los Angeles and San Fran
cisco, on the Southern Pacific Coas't
Line; 5 trains daily from Los Angeles.
Firstclass hotel. Tent city in conjunc
tion. Pleasure and comfort and all
kinds of amusements. Pizmo Beach
is the safest beach to bath, and the
most beautiful, the widest and longest
on the west coast of the United States.
Special weekly and monthly rates to
g-uests. Now under new management
EL AZHO RESORT CO.
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Kodaks ? Photo Supplies MB
Supplies for -Engineers,
Arcliitebts and Artists
FINE KODAK FINISHING
523 San Antonio Street.
Los Angeles; W. C. Browning and wife,
Salt Lake, Utah.
(fc.t the Zeiger L. C. Schalk, Los An
geles; George R. Williams, Los Ange
les. From New York.
At the Sheldon C. M. Skinner, W.
At the St. Regis P. E. Mairesse, C. V.
At the St. Regis James Dell.
At the Angelus B. Frame.
At the'-Sneldon P. W. Harrison, Kan
sas City; M.E. Sailor, Buell.
At the Angelus John H. Booman,
At the Orndorff M. D. Corbin, Kan
At the Sheldon S. W. Peck, Denver,
Colo.; E. J. Matrons, Connecticut; Z.
W. Roberty, Denver, Colo.; Dr. M. H.
Nisbaum, Auburn, Ind.; T. A. Meyers,
Indianapolis, Ind.; Frank G. Ray, La
fayette, Ind.; L. Bisloody, Lafayette, Ind.
At the St. Regis Henry E. Wood,
Denver, Colo.; J. P. Hanson, Missouri."
.At the Orndorff J. Laun and -wife,
Chico, Colo.; G. H. Lilly, Burlington, la.
At the Zeiger Mrs. R. E. Wheelers,
Shreveport; R. E. Wheelers, Shreveporfc
PR0G-RA3&: FOR PARK
For the Municipal band concert this
evening at 7:30 the program will be as
i. March, "The Great Divide".. Bristow
l'2. Overture, "Nebucadnezar" Verdi
3. Waltzes, "Arabian Xights".. .Strauss
4. Grand selection from the opera
"Martha" . Flotow
5. Serenade, "Star of Hope" .'Robandi
C. Overture, "Maritana" Wallace
7. Selection from "Norma" Bellini
8. "La Paloma" Yradler
Star Spangled Banner
John B. Kindig, conductor.
DEL RIO HEADQUARTERS
FOR BIG OIL COMPANY
Gulf Reflniajr Company Designates This
Town as Distributing- Point
for Xeiv Field.
Del Bio, Tesas, July 26. Del Rio's
claim to recognition as another great
distributing point for southwest Texas
is soon to be a reality, if developments
now planned and under way are com
pleted. Among the ,new industries that
have definitely decided to locate here
is the Gulf Refining company, the
largest independent, oifconcern inthe
country. A sales office was opened
here some weeks ago and now comes
the announcement that a large distrib
uting station will be built here, and
that Del Rio will be made headquarters
for this section of the state.
W. H. George, a representative of the
company, was in Del Rio recently, look
ing over the ground and acquainting
himself with conditions. Jas. B. Bur
nett, the local manager, has been on the
ground for some weeks and the new
distributing station will soon be a reali
zatiqn. BOY FIXED FOR BEING
WITH W03IAX OF THE STREET
Alonzo Joquez, a boy of 15, wearing
sun glasses and a suit of hand-me-downs
-with knee length trousers, was
given a friendly lecture by judge Lea
in police court this morning. It was
not the first time Alonzo had been there.
A number of times before, judge Lea
had lectured the boy and advised him
to do better. Monday night he was ar
rested in company with a woman of
questionable character. Tuesday morn
ing in police court he was given an
other lecture by the police judge and
asa punishment was fined 3. The wo
man was fined $15 and warned against a
repetition of the offense. Both the wo
an and boy. were locked up jn default
of the fine.
Indicate skin sickness. Sometimes It's
a little colony of germs that are feast
ing on your skin. Sometimes It is the
symptom of a much more serious skin
trouble to come. In any event if you
value your looks, comfort or future
health, you should get rid of the trou
ble at once. Don't risk Eczema, Ery
sipelas, Ringworm and other serious
skin diseases by letting any indica
tion of skin sickness run on untreated,
when Littell's Liquid Sulphur Com
pound stops itching instantly and per
manently relieves any and all forms of
skin disease, no matter what it may be.
Sample bottle sent postpaid to any ad
dress for 10c Rhuma-Sulphur Co., St.
Louis, Mo. 3
DANDER I NE
PredBces thick, luxvriant hair rrkea all
ether remedie fail. We searaatea
Daaclerine. All DruKsrixts, 25 c, 5c and
1(1, ur Hcnd this Ad Tritk lOe (tamp r
liver) tar a larsre fre aKeIc
KnrowivroN danderike c.
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a35tTJ fZ " ' V7 ! : fcUTT OUT BOYS- f cH Uhl(LlV,L Qf F,CE 5SS S, D TO feT 0U OFFICE
QOs' . iTclZ2 1 -"' r-,'V-9" 1 TH114K THrL BOSS 7 YOU HAVET. SHOOTlKQOlCS: ) JQR 0VEf V0 MIMUTES, r
A i eeAT-rrV7 .-.. x 7 I his footsteps JjbjTvh t?- C1-ll cost me A.Wf
Rock Island No. 3, due at 3:50, is xe
ported for S:50 p. m. No. 33, Rock Is
land, due at 7:40, is reported for 9 p.
m. Other afternoon trains are reported
The case of the state against Sam Ad
kins, on the charge of embezzlement,
begun in justice McClintock's tfpurt
Monday afternoon, has been continued
Tou can nave eggs for breakfast if
they are Sunflower eggs.
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery
W. W. Anderson, who was first .dock
eted in the justice's court as. "Sandy,"
pleaded guilty to simple assault before
justice E. B. McClintock Monday after
noon and was fined $5 and costs,
amounting to $17.50. The trouble is
said to have been another election
mixup, Rafael Varela being the party of
the second part in the cause.
A Cigrar Store Scrap.
R. "W. Hesse and C. R. McDaniels were
the' principals in what was docketed In
justice McClintock's court as "an af
fray" Monday night. The trouble occurred-
in the Acme cigar store. Mc
Daniels pleaded guilty and was fined
$1 and costs. Hesse was dismissed.
Special, ladies' purses, shopping bags.
El Paso Trnnk factory, north side plaza.
Cripples in Court.
The prisoners' dock in police court
Tuesday morning looked, as if there
had heen a roundup of all the cripples
in town. Frank Gandara, a club- foot
ed Mexican boy, who drives a dray, was
a prisoner for being drunk and fight
ing. Juan Ortiz had but one arm and
drew a $1 fine as a result. O'Farrall
was a paralytic and was discharged af
ter being ordered to take a bath.
:iJJf biscuits' and hot cakes will taste
better if Sedgwick Creamery Butter is
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery
Will Xot Be Brought Back.
Owing to the fact that the state pro
vides no funds for bringing prisoners
from without the state, Herbert Powell,
alias Harry Powers, who i, wanted here
on the charge ""of passing worthless
checks, will not be brought back from
Las Vegas, where he is now under ar
rest. He is also wanted at Las Vegas
on a similar charge, according to the
city detective department.
Candle Starts a Fire.
A candle in an adobe house on Fifth
street caused a small blaze Monday
night and gave the Central station bovs
a run to the south part of town. Thej
candle set fire to a curtain and! an
alarm was turned In, although the cur
tain was torn down and caiyied out of
the house before the firemen arrived.
Modern Brotherhood, social Wednes
day evening, K. P. hall. All members
are requested to attend. Bring a friend
Recovers From Operation
Elizabeth AIilloj the daughter of jail
or C. Miller, was able to walk down
s.tairs, Tuesday mourning for the first
time since she was operated on two
weeks ago for appendicitis. She is re
covering rapidly from the effects of the
operation and expects to be out -in a
few days. ,
New cucumbers, 2 for -5 cents.
"Jackson's Sanitary Grocery
Sentenced to Bathe.
A new penalty has been added to
judge Lea's long list of police court
punishments. This morning O. O'Far
rall, arrested Monday afternoon for
being drunk, was sentenced to take a
bath. He appeared hatless and coatless
in police court Tuesday morning, much
YOU CAN CURE THAT BACKACHF..
Pain along1 the back, dizziness, head
ache and general languor. Get a pack
age of Mother Gray's AUSTRALIAN
LEAF, the pleasant root and herb cure
for all Kidney, Bladder and, Urinary
troubles. When you feel all run down,
tired, weak and without energy use
this remarkable combination 'of nature's
herbs and roots. As a regulator it has
no equal. Mother Gray's Australian
Leaf is sold by Druggists or sent by
mail for 50 cents. Samples sent FREE.
Address the Mother Gray Co., Le Roy.
N. X "
1 the worse for a jag, which he had been
enjoying Monday. He said he had been
in the railroad wardXat Hotel Dieu be
cause of a partially paralyzed left arm
and that he wandered down town "and
to Juarez, where he met his fate in a
saloon. He was given the bath sen
tence and- told to go back to the hos
pital and sober up.
Dr. Cnxntron rellauip. dentistry, reason
able price. Over Guarantee shce store.
His Only Defence.
Gruz Torres's only defense Tuesday
morning in police court when he was
charged with being drunk was that he
worked for the Santa Fe. Judge Lea
admitted that the Santa Fe was a fine
company, but held that this was not
sufficient defense for the crime commit
ted and assessed a fine of $1 against
Crab apples make nice preserves, get
them here, 6 cents, a pound.
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery
"ZacK.J on a Tenr."
Za carious Borrios, who was affection
ately called "Zack" by the recorder,
because he did not belong to the Prohi
bition party, was given the usual $1
fine in police court Tuesday morning
for the usual charge of being drunk.
The commissioners' court met Tues
day afternoon at "2 o'clock for its reg
The nicest cantaloupes are El Paso
valleyi cantaloupes. Fresh picked. every
morning,- 4 for 25 cents.
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery
Two Men Executed.
Ossining, X. Y., July 26. At Sing
Sing prison Monday two men were plec-
.trocuted for murders committed in New
York city. They were Carl Loose, con
victed of the murder of his daughter,
and GuiseDne Gambare. a fratricide.
Both met death calmly, only one shock
of the electric current being required
in each case.
C. L. nilllnjjton, 709 Magoffin. Tel.
14S9, painting, paper hanaing. decorating
Washington, D. C. July 26. Official
reports of the uprising against the
Honduran government and details of
the progress of the revolutionary move
ment have been received at the state
department from American minister
McCreery at Tegucigalpa. The first
conflict mentioned by the minister took
place on Friday at Puero Cortez, where
the revolutionists attacked the barracks.
The attacking party was repulsed and
its leader. Gen. Martin, was killed. An
uprising at San Pedro was reported by
the minister as having been suppressed
after the capture of several persons.
Earthquake In WyOKnlnpr.
Cheyenne. Wyo., July 26. Word
reaches here of a series of severe earth
quake shocks felt at Rock Springs,
Wyo., Sunday night and Monday after
noon. They were o severe that houses
were rocked and the walls of a coal
mine moved so badly that work at the
mine has been abandoned.
As Good As
Chase & Sanborn's, that's what the
-dealer generally says of ta coffee he
wants to push.
"We won't argue the point; simply
point out that it's an admission by
competitors that Chase & Sanborn's
coffees are so good that all others
must be judged by them. Every berry
is whole and sound. Experts are paid
thousands of dollars a year to see that
the roasting is exactly right. In the
cup it is rich, strengthening, satisfying.
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery
Killed In Auto Accident.
Grand Junction, Colo., July 26. While
racing with a westbound Denver & Rio
Grande passenger train in an automo-miler-
this afternoon, Walter Hodglns
of Grand .TuncHon, Miss Leona Adams
of San Francisco, and Miss Gladys Car
lyle of Chicago were instantly killed.
Navy Officer Deserts Army.
New York, July 26. The identity of
the former naval officer who is held
at Castle Wiliamson, Governors Island,
to await trial on charges of desertion
from the army, in which he had en
listod as a private after resigning from
the navy, was discloeeu today by offi
cers ofvthe department of the east. He
is Clarence E. Landrum of Kentucky,
once an ensign in the navy.
Cars At Standstill.
Columbus, O., July 26. Early last
night the Columbus Street Car and
Electric company gave up the effort to
run its cars. Mayor Marshall took per
sonal! charge of the police force in an
effort to force, the running of the cars. .
but several hostile demonstrations were J
made against the mayor and the effort
tawaiian Yacht "Wins.
Honolulu, H. I., July 26. The yacht
Sweetheart, entered by the Southside
Yacht club of San Pedro, Cal., in the
race from that port to Honolulu, arrived
here 17 hours and 46 minutes behind
She Hawaii, entry of the Hawaiian
Oklahoma City Grows Rapidly.
Washington, D. C, July Okla
homa City, to which governor Haskell
moved the capltol of Oklahoma, from
Guthrie, has had the remarkable growth
of almost 540 percent in 10 years, ac
cording to figures enumerated in the
13th census, made public by director
DurajJt of the census bureau. The
present population is 64,205, an increase
of 54,168 since 1900.
Search for Missing: Cashier.
New York, July 26. A general alarm
has heen sen out by the police for a
trace of Erwin Wider, missing cashier
of "the Russo-Chlnese bank, although
oddly enough the district attorney's
office says no aid has been asked of it
by th bank and that no application
for a warrant has been filed. He is
accused of stealing $600,000 worth of
Condemned Man Suicides.
Carson City, Nev., July 26. Under
sentence to die on the gallows next
Friday for the murder of his wife, C.
C. Petty, whose legal fight for his life
has been one of the longest and most
persistent ever waged in Nevada, com
mitted suicide in the prison yard of
the Carson penitentiary Monday.
Smith's ice cream is
grade only the best.
made in one
TO BE ARRESTED
Stray canines were given -two days of
grace Monday and Tuesday, but they
will have to take to the tall grass Wed
nesday or get a free ride with the usual
fatal consequences at the city pohnd.
The dorr catcher's wagon will ljegin its
rounds"early Wednesday morning and
.every dog not muzzled will be takeji in
charge and delivered at the pound. All
dogs, whether bearing a license tag or
not will be caught by the 5og catchers
if found on the streets. They will be
held at the pound three days, then de
$ BIG COLONY SCHEME
FOR UPPER VALLEY $
A meeting of the promoters'
of a big colonization, scheme
for the upper Rio Grande val
ley, was held in the office of
Wm. Moeller Monday evening.
The company is planning to
colonize 10,000 acres of land in
the pper Rio Grande valley
above the Elephant Butte res
ervoir. A number of promi
nent merchants of the city are
interested in the project.
RAPID WORK OX THE
NEW CAPLES BUILDING
The buffers are at work on the new
Caples building giving the upper stories
of the new building its final finish.
The concrete finish 'is rubbed with
buffing stones while it is moist and
the smooth finished effect obtained in
this way. The two lower floors of the
San Antonio and Mesa avenue fronts
will be'eovered with brown marble.
SUIT OVER PLANS.
The suit of E. Krause against Mrs. E.
Marian for payment for services render
ed is being tried in the county court
before judge A. S. J. Eylar. Krause is
suing for the balance due him fro draw
ing plans for the Alexandria apartment
house, which Mrs. Marian has just com
pleted on North Oregon street. The de
fense claims that the plans were not
MARRIES EL PASO AN
W. F. Phillips and Miss Carrie Frank
lin were married at" the h'ome of Mr.
and Mrs. W. W. Hunt Tuesday morn
ing at S oclock. Rev Arthur Marston
performing the ceremony. The groom te
employed as a fireman on the El Paso
and Southwestern railroad and the
bride Is a well known El Paso girl.
They left on the morning train for
Douglas, Ariz., where they will make
their future home.
The El Paso Dairy supplies milk to
00 per cent of the homes in El Paso.
in lh rti 111
llilll lllfi Ills
New Apartment House To
Be Erected On Corner of
Oregon and Missouri.
Oregon and Missouri streets are to
have a new apartment house- The
same apartment building will be on the
two streets. W. C. Wilkins has bought
120 feet on Missouri street and 52 feet
on Oregon from Mrs. Antonio Van Meu
rick, and vwill erect a modern apart
ment house on the corner this fall.
The sale was closed Tuesday morn-
5no- -and tTtt nrlea. nnirJ fnr Hi a sitA
th! r,W ,Mrtmftnte iiu.1iiait. iho iT-,k-
the new apartments Including the brick
and frame house, which now occupy
the fite, was ? 2 5,0 00.
Mr. Wilkins, who recently located
here, is a large land owner on the west
coast" of Mexico and is investing his j
learnings in El Paso real estate. He i
was In consultation with architect Ed- l
ward Kneezell Tuesday,, and the plans j
for the building will be drawn at once. I
Mr. Wilkins stated that work would
begin oh the apartment building before
fall and that it would be ready for oc
cupancy before the close of the winter
tourist season. The bunding will face
on both Oregon and Missouri streets
and will have entrances on both streets.
TO COLONIZE NEAK
Townsite Company Sells Oft
Some Of Its Land for
The Canutillo Townsite and Land Co.
has sold 500 acres of land near the
Canutillo bridge in the upper valley
to J. F. Bennett, Humboldt Casad, Ed
win Burt, F. E. Martin, Baxter Lewis
and C. L. Rogers. The land will be
divided into tracts and will be farmed
Intensively. The price paid for the
land was 31,500 and the deal was
closed through James A. Murdock and
THERE is really no necessity for
depriving yourself of certain
foods because the stomach is weak.
Strengthen it at once and aid di
gestion by taking course of
AT SODA FOUNTAINS OR ELSEWHERE
Original i Genuine
WCH HiLK, HALT CHAIN EXTRACT, IN MWDEH
Not in aay Milk Trus
sist on "HORLICK'S"
X. cic a "nt-gt haaxa
E. K. Talbot representing tne Canu
tillo Townsite and Land Co.
This tompany is also planning to lay
out a townsite at Canutillo and to make
this one of the real lower valley towns
when the valley begins to be settled
The townsite will be located near tha
present wagon bridge across the Rio
Grande and also on the county road''
and will be a direct tributary to El
The officers of the Canutillo company
are: A. S. J. Eylar, president; J. R.
Harper, vice president; Winchester
1&& night eating big dinner Is oftes
the maker of a BAD TODAY. Whj noS
Over-eating means extra -work for tha
stomach and bowels... Yoe've got to
suffer if you don't- help nature -onload
with CASCARETS. "They worhvMU
1 you sleep" -yon're O- K. in the A.Jff
I Tonight's the night to take care of to
CASCASSTSioc box week's treat.
jaent. All druggists. Biggest seller
fetbewarkL MUlio-a boxes a oati-
.uaW; .?. ami
ofli"" iXOHBIC T
! -Baths. Big Hotel, open all year. Thou-
sands made well natural treatment-
draws out pain and poison. Baok free.
R. B. Kramer, Pres., Kramer, Ind.
Be Careful of Meat
This time of year, when a per
'son eats meat it must positively
be first class and, in the best of
You get the finest meats at
The Lowest Prices and
the Best Service at
J. C. PSYT0N, Successor.
114 N. Stanton. Both Phones.
Don't buy your Grain, Hay
and Seeds elsewhere until
you see what) we can offer
you and learn our prices. No
matter how large or how
small your orders may be,
they will receive prompt and
0. G-. SESTOK" & SGtf,
Third and Chihuahua Sts.
1 cSjK. J
The Finest Mineral Waters
Just 24 hours from El Paso. An
ideal place for your vacation.
For information, address Manager
OJO CALIEXTE HOT SPRINGS,