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Friday, July 29, 1910.
YOU WANT THE BEST
WE HAVE IT
"When you order your meats you should expect and receive
only the best and purest. And. you also want your dollar
to purchase its full worth.
"QUALITY MEATS" combine the highest in quality with
the lowest prices. We are sure that a trial will convince
30U of the superiority of the meats we sell.
Prime Kib Roasts, lb 12c
Chuck Steak, lb .". 10c
Chuck Roasts, lb 10c
Corned Beef, lb 10c
Home Dressed Hens, lb 20c
Loin Steak, Lb 17c
ANTIS GIVE UP
Are "Willing Now to See the
Proposition Voted on,
But Will Fight It.
Houston, Tex., July 29. The anti
statewide prohibition organization will
no longer oppose the submission of a
prohibition amendment to the consti
tution of Texas. According to a
statement issued here today by J. F.
Wolters, chairman, and signed by a
member from each of the 31 senator
ial districts, the statement goes on to
J say that the people have shown al3-
sire to vote on the question; that the
Democrats have instructed a sufficient
number of senators and representa
tives to vote for submission and that
the organization believes it to be the
duty of the people and the represent
atives to follow the district instruc
tions. It is made very plain that the or
ganization will tight the amendment
itself when submitted.
I ROBINSON'S MARKET
I J. C. PEYTON, Successor I
I 114 N. Si anion Both Phones 1
GREAT WORK OF GOVERNMENT
IN DRV FARMING G
Assistant Chief of the Bureau of Plant
Industry, Think It Will M-can
Success io Many Farmer.
Washington, D. C-, July 29. The dry
farming experiments, which G. H. Pow
ell, assistant chief of the bureau of
plant? industry has just inspected, he
considers of the utmost value, because
they will be the means of spelling suc
cess to bettlers who otherwise is the
majority of cases would reap nothing
but failure from their eriorts to make
the desert blossom.
From, these experiments, said Mr.
Powell, it "Rill be a number of years,
probably 25, before the department will
I be able to formulate general principles
I o tr nVor-icoll- tllrt hf5T TTIPthOQS tO DUf-
sue in dry farming in various sections
of this region, when covers 400,000
square miles and extends from the
Rockies to central Kansas and from
North Iakota to Texas.
PROTEST TO GOVERNOR.
Resent His Action in Sending Troops
to Durand Strike Breakers Quit
and Take Union Aid.
Durand, Mich., July m. Upon the
arrival here of four companies of the
first regiment, Michigan National
a.v,iA ?iirt from Detroit to prevent
j any disorder that might arise in con
nection Wltn tne StriKe Ol Vara.nu nuun.
railway trainmen, a mass meeting -of
citizens assembled to register a protest
against Gov. "Warner's action in or
dering out the troops.
The strikers, it is said, are offering
strike breakers the regular strike al
lowance from the strike fund and
many of the new men are deserting
The Punishment Fits
It the Crime
THOSE who failed to heed our warning
?- to make this their headquarters
ior their FURNISHING GOODS and
TAILORING, yet so elsewhere and pay
more for inferior goods deserve no sym
pathy. OUR stock is always kept up-to-date.
Qur prices, quality considered, will
be hard to duplicate. We invite a com
parison. AVe are always jrlad to show
our goods and if not convinced that our
prices are right, we won't ask you to
Geo. A. Mansfield
All afternoon and evening train are
reported on lime.
1 A new, scientific muical toilet tablet
Draws Out All Inflammation
This remarkable foot bath remedy is
Superior to Powder, Planter or Salc
and is guaranteed to cure Corns, Cal
louses, Bunions, Frostbites, Chilblains,
Ingrowing Nails, Tired. Aching, Swollen,
i Nervous, Sweaty, Bad ' Smell hig Feet.
Smaller Shoes Can Be Worn by using
TIZ, because it puts and keeps the feet
in perfect conditton.
TIZ is for sale at all druggists, 25
cents per box, or direct, if you wish,
from "Walter Luther Dodge & Co., Chi
cago, 111. Recommended and sold by
Knoblauch Drug Co., Inc.
Tou'll find Sedgwick creamery butter
at Jackson's, phone 353, and at no
other store in town.
Repairing- Asphalt Streets.
The hot stuff repair crew is at work
on the paved streets patching the i av
ing where breaks iave been made in
the surface for water connections and
gas mains. The hot stuff is carried on
a big float and is applied while still
H. F. Wright, M. D.; 1). O.; Claude
Riddle, osteopath, assistant. 214 Tex.
A cantaloupe for breakfast. Jackson's.
Dr. W. R. "Weeks, chronic diseases.
If the eggs for breakfast taste old
and musty, they are not Sunflower eggs.
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery,
GOV. HARMON GOEJS .TO
SCENE OF CAR STRIKE.
Columbus, O., Juiy --29. Although
there were 1651 officers and men of
Ohio National Guard encamped in Co
lumbus since yesterday afternoon, no
effort was made until this afternoon to
resume service on the lines of the Co
lumbus Railway and Light company,
which have been involved in a strike
Gov. Harmons arrival from his sum
mer home in Michigan was awaited
before cars were taken out again.
, Maintenance of -the military organi
zation here costs $400 a day. Trans
portation to and from Columbus will
206 MESA AVENUE
Get the Habit PAY CASH
BOUND OVER TO GRAND JURY
ON SMUGGLING CHARGE
"William Sullivan, who was arrested
by customs inspector Miller on the
charge of having smuggled into the
Tinned States 41 pieces of drawn work
valued at $27, "was given a hearing be
fore United States commissioner George
I! .Oliver Thursday afternoon and bound
over to the federal grand jury in the
sum of $200, which was given Friday
THEFT OF HALF A MILLION.
New York, N. Y., July 29. The New
York agency of the Russo-Chinese bank
has issued a cheerful statement, light
ening by $100,000 the stock and bond
theft which its youthful cashier, Erwin
"Wider, now a fugitive, stands accused
of stealing. The bank's loss,' says the
statement will not exceed $500,000.
Heretofore estimates placed the value
of missing securities at $600,000.
Your complexion as well as your tem
per is rendered miserable by a disor
dered liver. By taking Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets you can im
prove both. Sold by all druggists.
Held By the Police.
Paula Ruiz, arrested Thursday night
by officers Perez and F. "Williams, is
docketed at the police station as a sus
plciouss. character. She is suspected of
having committed a petty theft in a
rooming house where she was staying,
the police say.
Special, ladies purses, shopping bags.
El Paso Trunk factory, north side plaza.
Our delicatessen department furnishes
many cold lunches these hot days.
Jnckron's Sanltnry Grocery,
Lnngrnag;e Not Suitable Arrested.
Steve Massey was arrested Thursday
night on the charge of using abusive
language- His case will be called in
police court Friday afternoon.
Dr. Cameron reliable dentistry, reason
able price. Over Guarantee shco store.
You'll get the nivest valley cantaloupes
here, picked every morning, no "hold
overs" from the day before.
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery.
Butcher Is Arrested.
Milton Melvln, .who conducts a meat
market on the corner of Texas and
Stanton, was arrested Thursday on the
charge of unlawfully selling undrawn
El Paso Dairy Milk is the cleanest
and purest in El Paso that's why 90
percent of the people in El Paso 'call for
Smith's pure ice cream does not cost
the consumer any more than the other
kinds, although it costs more to make.
It's just as easy to get clean, sani
tary vegetables as those covered with
dust, dirt and flies, and they cost no
more. It's our way of keeping them.
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery.
s Saturday Specials
Again tomorrow Ardoin's Market will supply evevy-i-.inrr
TiaoAoA -fVvr finnnji.v and at f.he same time save on
(considerable mone. If you can't come to the market
fpp-n"h-np vmir orders, thev will be satisfactorily filled.
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C.ty clerk C. W. Fassett celebrated his
wedding, anniversary Friday. For the
second time since he was married oi
in east Texas, the clerk is observing the
anniversary alone. Mrs. Fassett Is in
Baltimore, Md., and the town clerk is
celebrating his 30th wedding anniver
sary at his office in the city hall. He
was married in Clarksville, Texas on
July 29, 1S80.
You'll like Smith's ice cream better
than any, because it is- absolutely pure
and wholesome. ;
Boast, per lb
Chuck Roast or
Steak, per lb
Home Dressed Hens,
per pound .'
FRUIT AND VEGETABLE SPECIALS
Celery, 2 bunches
Lettuce, 2 for. ..
If" 2 dozen Eggs,
Cantaloupes 6 for
A MflBcm Toast.
Fill the cup again, for I never before
Felt the glow ths now gladdens my
heart to its core;
Let us drink, -who wouldn't? Since
National Crusade Against
Dandruff Germs Now Be
ing Waged in America.
"The dandruff gerni is the greatest
American pest today," declared one
of the world's greatest scientists and
students of diseases of the hair.
In a recent interview he said: "If the
germs of the dandruff are not soon an
nihilated, the United States will some
day be known as the hairless nation.
The Americans must wage a relentless
war of extermination at once, and I am
going to help them."
"My receipt for killing dandruff
germs, well known as Parisian Sage, is
now being manufactured in the United
There is only one way to cure dan
druff, and that is to kill the dandruff
There is only one preparation that
will kill the germs, and that is Parisian
Parisian Sage is now manufactured in
Buffalo, N. Y., by the Giroux Mfg. Co..
and agencies have been established in
every (town in America.
You take no risk in buying a bottle of
Parisian Sage. Kelly & Pollard are the
agents in "his city, and they will guar
antee Parisian Sage to cure dandruff,
stop falling hair, remove all diseases of
the scalp, or money back.
Parisian Sage is the most marvelous
hair dressing and tonic; it makes the
hair beautiful, soft and luxuriant in one
week. It causes hair to grow if the hair
root be not altogether dead. The price
is only 50 cents a. large bottle at Kellv
& Pollard's, or direct from Giroux Mfg
Co., Buffalo. X. Y. The girl with the
Auburn Hair is on every bottle.
through life's varied round.
In this coffee alone no deception is
Chase & Sanborn's Standard and
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery,
"Booles Loses Gold AVntch.
Pitcher Booles of the El Paso baseball
club has lost a valuable gold watch,
which was presented to him by the ad
miring fans t Bernice, La., for win
ning a championship game. Booles
missed the watch while in Juarez and
he thinks it was taken from his pocket
by a pickpocket. The -watch was valued
MONITION: Notice is hereby given
that" there have been seized in this col
lection district, for violation of the
Customs Laws, two 50 lb. cans lard,
-whirh -win b sold in front of the Cus
toms House at 10 oclock a. m., August j
5, 1910. Anyone claiming the same is
required to appear within the time pre
scribed by law. Alfred L. Sharpe, Col
lector of Customs.
Baby Lilon Born. '
El Paso's zoo is growing. A baby
lion was born to the beautiful mountain
llonftss -which is in one of the bisr cases
at the city zoo at "Washington park. The j
cub was born Friday morning ana is to
be on exhibition at the park zoo with
Its fond and doting mother.
Both the East El Paso and Mesa fire
companies were called out at 10:30 Fri
day morning by an alarm from the cor
ner of Dallas street and Boulevard, but
no fire could be found. n
Ask any ice cream stand or soda
fountain for Smith's ice cream. You'll
notice- the great difference and will al
ways call for it.
C. I. Blllinsrfoii, 709 Magoffin. Tel
14S9. painting, paper hanging, decorating j
Fined, for Abusive Lanjroage.
Rosle Paulson, charged with abusive
language in East EI Paso, was fined 5 15
by justice E. H. "Watson Friday morning.
Io vou realize the importance of pure
By pure milk we mean not only milk
free" from adulteration, but milk pro
duced under proper condiflons. Have
you ever stopped to consider where,
how and under what conditions your
milk is produced?
Are you getting the cleanest, purest
milk possible? If not. why not have
the best, when it costs no more?
"We have the only properly equipped
dairy in the county, where we produce
and bottle our own milk. Come out to
the diary and see for yourself.
El Paso Dairy Co.
Noted Singer, Supposed the
Most Beautiful TVonian in
the World, Is Sick.
Paris, France, July 29 Mrs. Robert
iWInthrop Chanler, who is Mme. Lena
Cavalier! on the operatic stage, under-
&g , ., r "
Store Closes Promptly at 9 o'clock Saturday Night
1 Mo. 90
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I to make it a live one. Just glance through this list of good things in
the after sup :er sale and the all day items Each one tells of a money
savin o- dianaa. Visit this store, 2:0 around to each department take
your time to it and compare quality with price you'll quickly see what
makes this the biggest and busiest store.
Gingham, madras and percale
blouses of light, medium and dark
colors in a great variety of neat
patterns. Regular 50c styles will
be sold Saturdaj- night, 7 to 9
3 for $1.00
(Only three to each customer)
Extra quality fabric gloves, fin
ished in imitation of chamois, vi
buff shades only. Wrist length,
perfect fitting, in all sizes. Sat
urday night, 7 to 9 o'clock we of
fer an extra quality for
20c a Pair
(Only one pair to each customer)
On Sale 7 to 9 O'clock
Woodland Violet Talcum Pow
der, regular 25c boxes, - A
one to each customer. A""
Pacific Peroxide, the perfect
antiseptic, regular 25c bottles,
one to each customer 1Q
Colgate's Shaving Stick or
Rapid Shave Powder, regular
25c box, one to each f
customer for JHUH
Sanitol Tooth Powder, regular
25c boxes, one to each
customer lor !"
After Supper Specials in the Basement
Special lot of women's and chil
dren's straw sailor hats, including
many formerly sold up to a dol
lar. One to each customer for
1 5 cents
Good quality white crochet bed
spreads, three-quarter size, hem
med ready for use. Regular $1.00
quality?- one to each customer for
White linene skirts in neat plain
and pleated styles, trimmed with,
bands and pearl buttons. Values
to $1.25, one to each customer for
ALL DAY SATURDAY SPECIALS
Special lot of very pretty style lawn
dresses in light and dark colors, made
with Dutch" neck and $0 QK
elbow sleeves, each spa9ZrJ
All fine qualitr lingerie waists, hand
embroidered and trimmed with hand
made laces - and insertions. Styles
worth $5.00 or more, 1 -
reduced v "-
Dainty styles of Jabot and Dutch col
lars, made of fine" linens' and lawns,
embroidered and lace trimmed;
St vies worth .... 1 Cp
35c for :-..' 10C
Large size automobile veils, made of
all silk chiffon, hemstitchd, in all the
fashionable colors. Eegu- Q Ej
lar $1.25 styles, special sJ
Short lengths, to 5 yards, of all
kinds of plain and fancy ribbons have
been marked for Saturday's special
sale at a reduction "S O x. 1 O
Extra quality, all silk gloves in the
sixteen button length, double finger
tips, laxicv eiiiuj.uu.tu.eu. tujja,
quality, a pair
All silk gloves in the wrist length,
double finger tipped, with fancy em
broidered tops. A full line of new
colors in the 85c quality, E5Qr
a pair 07C
Pure linen and lawn handkerchiefs,
hemstitched and embroidered and
with hand embroidered initials, Reg
ular W2 quality, - f
each I u
$2.00 Styles for 98c.
Boys-' Wash Suits $3;oosijiesfor$i.48.
AlLdav tomorrow we will continue this splendid sale of washable suits for
boys. " These are just exactly as we say the kinds that usually cost you $2
to '$3. There are the Buster Brown styles for boys of two to six and the
sailor blouse styles for boys of five to ten. The materials are madras, gal
atea and linene in neat stripes, checks and plain colors.
Sale of Men s Suits
TV;e are offering H. S. & M. and
Kuppenheinier's best hand tailored
suits at but a trifle more than half
their real worth; $25.00, $27.50
and $30 styles, both two and three
piece, made of the most stylish of
the new suitings, are specially
All other Men's Suits reduced 25
percent to 35 percent.
Our entire lines of Manhattan
Shirts are specially priced, for the
semi-annual clearance. This in
cludes all the best styles of the sea
son. $1.50 quality, all styles $1.15
2.00 quality, all styles 1.38
2.50 quality, all styles '1.88
3.00 quality, all" styles 2.35
3.50 quality, aH stvles . . . . 2.75
Men's Union Suits
Summer -weight union sutis made
of extra quality cotton j-arns,
ribbed, in the Egyptian color only.
Perfect fitting garments in all
sizes. A 65c quality will be on
sale Saturday night 7 to 9 o'clock
(Only tro suits to each customer) i
Manufacturers' samples of wom
en's fine quality lisle and cotton
hosiery. Plain, lace and embroid
ered styles in black and a vast
variety of colors, worth to 65c,
will be on sale Saturday, 7 to 9
28c a Pair
(Only 3 pairs to each customer)
went an operation for appendicitis yes
terday. The attending doctors stated
that she bore the operation well and
they believe that it will be entirely suc
cessful. Mrs. Chanler has suffered from chron
ic appendicitis wliirh has severaf times
developed into the acute form.
THE KBFGr'S OATH
Great Britain Accomplishes
the Task in Satisfactory
London. Eng., July 29. The bill mod
ifying the declaration of religion re
quired by the king upon his accession,
passed the house of commons on Its
third reading today. The vote was .51
to 42. The bill not onlv eliminates the
phrases offensive to the Roman Catho
lic subjects of his majesty, but also
makes it acceptable to non-conformlst3
by striking out the proposed statement
of adherence to the established church.
King George Is now required to declare
merely that he Is a fathfulp rotestant.
TEXAS MAX KIILED IX
FATHER'S PIDIFIXG PLAXT
Wharton, Texas, July 29. Roy Bur
dette. twenty-one years old, was caught
by the machinery in his father's pump
ing plant, nine miles south of Louise,
this county, and Teceived injuries which
resulted in his death. The accident oc
curred yesterday afternoon.
XO TEXAS MILL, COMBIXE
Bonham. Texas, July 29. If an east
ern concern intends to absorb the cot
ton mills of Texas no word of such in
tention has been received here, accord
ing to an interview with J. C. Saunders,
manager of the cotton mill here. Saun
ders added that he would like to see a