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Robert Hightower; fifth, tie between
T. H. Ellis and D. G. Heineman.
Breeding- pens first and second, T),
G. Heineman; third, L. E. Gillett;
fourth. J. M. Morrison.
As a fitting climax to one of the most success
ful weeks we have had this season, we announce
a millinery movement of vast importance, 'our
sales this week having been little short of phe
nomenal. If you haven't already purchased
your Fall hat you should by all means do so now.
At these prices you can afford to have two hats.
$10.00 Hats for $6.75
$7.50 Hats for $4.75
$6.00 Hats for $3.50
A fine line of sample willow plumes are offered
during this sale at practically one-half
their regular value.
Begins Tomorrow Morning
Arnold 5treutz p&c
IN PUPPY CLASS
Dr. George "W. Clayton commenced
judging the dogs at the fair Wednesday-
night at 8 oclock and awards
' were made in the puppy class as fol-
Collies Dogs (puppies) First. High
Hope, Dr. J. D. Lynch, owner, Melrose.
N. M.; second. Prof. Max Ellis Mc
Gregor, Prof. F. K. Ellis, owner, Albu
I querque, N. M.; third, Abilene, J. H.
Adams, owner, El Paso.
Airdales First, Teddy Brooks, H. O.
Brooks, owner, Albuquerque, N. M.;
second, Recklo Texas, A. H. Snyder,
owner, El Paso; third, Frizzy Wig, J. J.
Greville, owner, El Paso; Jack, Allen
Hedrick, owner (reserved).
Bulldogs Casey Jones, Chas. Eu
banks, owner, Dallas, Tex.; Boo Boo,
J. B. Walden, owner, Dallas, Texas,
Bulldogs, bitches First, Petit, Burt
Orndorff, owner, ,E1 Paso.
Bull Terriers, puppies, dogs First,
Osage Kinley Mack, Elaner Kreeger,
owner, Kansas City, Mo.; Second, Doc
C, Dr. Geo. E. Cameron, owner, El
Paso; third, Brindle Eye, G. R. McNary,
owner, El Paso.
Bitches First. Selik, R. F. Kile3,
owner, Irving, (reserved); second. Bid
die Bah, H. T. Bowie, owner. El Paso;
third. White Beauty, Mrs. H. T. Bowie,
owner. El Paso.
Boston Terrier puppy dogs First,
Comet, Robert C blarko; owner.
Bitches First, Pupsy, Miss Josephine
Clardy, owner, El Paso.
Fox Terriers, dogs (smooth hair)
First, Sabine Red Coat, Sabine Ken
nels, owner, Orange, Tex.; second, Billy
O, Chas W. Nevltt, ownap; DalJaa;
third, Sindy Babe, Mrs. J. W. Hender
son; owner, Dallas.
Italian Greyhounds, dogs, puppy
First, Ifawada, George M. Cundiff, own
r. El Paso.
Chihuahua dogs, puppy First, Ted
dy, S. B. Dyer, owner, El Pasj.
EDITORS IF THE
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BE nG LnrUHbtu
men were seen running: away from the
station and a posse is searching for
At the meeting of the Southwestern
Editorial association held In the Press
building at the fair grounds Thursday,
the prize paper was read by Miss Ida
M. Farrell, editor of the San Marcial
Standard, who discussed "The Ad van t-
ages and Disadvantages of women
She told of the disadvantages of be
ing a woman when there are political
meetings and other tnings, where
smokers are given and a man editor
could easily present himself, but a wo
man dare not enter.
On the other hand , she declared it
advantageous insofar as when a woman
comes to collect a bill a man never tells
The City Council Says They
Must Be Street Paving
Ordered and Bids Opened
For Storm Sewer.
her to wait until Monday, but always J ?gs, which the petition recites "is to
MORMON WINS THE
PRIZES ON FRUIT
I "The Gift Honte of th,e SonthTvest. I
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I Occurs Saturday
hands out the cash.
W. P. Lapoint, editor of the Las
Cruces Citizen, read a paper on whether
editing a weekly in the southwest is a
snap or a snag."
Willard E. Holt, editor of the Dem
ing, N. M., Graphic, spoke on "What We
Can Do for This Section." Referring
to the friendship and the close rela
tions between El Paso and New Mexico,
he said they are inseparable and "New
Mexico may adopt El Paso."
N. M. Walker gave several readings
from "Abe Martin," and the Fort Bliss
band rendered two selections.
The officers elected were:
President George Hi Clements, El
N Honorary vice presidents Fltfx
Martinez, El Paso, and S. M. Wharton,
Tucumcari, N. M.
Vice presidents Don Kedzie, Lords
burg, N. M.; Willard E. Holt, Deming,
N. M.; Ida M. Farrell, San Marcial, N.
M.; N. M. Walker! El Paso, Texas.
Advisory Committee G. A. Martin,
El Paso; J. D. Ponder, El Paso; H. M.
Walker, El Paso.
The laws of the city and state will
be enforced in El Paso, the city council
declared in a formal resolution at
Thursday morning's session.
The resolution followed the reading
of a petition from the Protestant min
isters of the city. In the petition, com
plaints are registered against the op
eration of places of amusement on Sun
day; against the construction of build-
For TA Paso and vicinity:
and Friday fair.
For New Mexico: Tonight and Fri
day fair with rising temperature.
For West Texas. Tonight and Fri-
was laid in block 66, East El Paso,
the past week.
,, o,tt- n -k' Tn,r00Mrm0n nav day, increasing cloudiness; warmer to
by mayor C. E. Kelly, aldermen Cla- . ht colder B-ridav in northwest nor-
ton, Hewitt and Blumenthal and cityj tinm
cleric i?assect. Aiaerraan ALCLnee is
A CAL.IFORXIA RAILWAY
STATION IS DYNAMITED.
Sanluis Obispo, Calif., Nov, 3. The
Southern Pacific railway station at
Santa Marguerita was dynamited and
badly damaged last night. The explo
sion was thrown between two tanks
of distillate, containing 45
Local Office If. S. Weather Bureau.
El Paso, Tex., Nov. 3.
El Paso readings:
6 a.m. 6 p.m.
Rnrometer (sea level) 29.98
Dry thermometer 51
Wet thermometer ..." 41
Dew point 30
Rslative humidity 43
Direction of wind E.
and 25 gal- Velocity of wind 10
i ..,.!..i.- rpi. f u u, cidic mi. ni.-a.uici.. .viedi
iui ioouw.. " "- "" "i Halirfall last 24 hours 0
were not on a solid foundation probably! Hjg.n temp, last 24 hours. 76
prevented a terrific explosion. Ai it Low. "temp. "ast 12 hours. 49
was, the tanks were only dented. Two
AWARD LOVING- CUP
TO CLIFTON COMPANY
That the Mormon colony at Colonia
Juarez grows apples and good apples
i shown by the exhibit in charge of
Charles Whipple in the Resources
building at the fair. He took seven
prizes for apples and one for the
largest variety of pears.
His Missouri Pippins took the blue
ribbon in a walk, while his Arkansas
blacks, black twigs, limber twigs, fpuoi
vr . ; i . ... 1 .iii
kwi.uii pippins ana winter wnite Jfear
nalns all took first prizes. He also took
the first prize for the best and largest
display, having 30 apples in one lot,
and for the greatest number of vari
eties, as he had 10 kinds.
B. Cleve, of Elk, N. M., had the finest
exhibit of Ben Davis apples ever ex
hibited in thSs section. One bushel
basko '- iust filled with 59 of them,
wM' of the apples, picked for
the , of determining size and
we crhed eight pounds and
fovr p r s, and, placed alongside one
another measured 37 Inches in length.
The only exhibits made in the Hor
ticultural department were trees from
the J. A. Smith ranch in the lowor
valley, M. X.. Cadwallader being the ex
hibtor. These trees are all one year of
age and include apples, plums, standard
Bartlett pears and dwarf pears. R.
A Harris, commissioner of parks for
El Paso, who judged the trees, says
they are the finest samples of fruit
trees he has ever seen.
Dr. C. F. Z. CaracristI and professor
J. C. Carrera, judges on the mineral
exhibits, awarded a -silver loving cup to
the Arizona Copper company, of Clifton,
Ariz., Norman Carmlchael, manager,
foi the best exhibit in copper ores in
their products and biproducts.
This company has given a display of
nearly all varieties of copper ores.
display of sulphuric acid Is
worthy of notice, because it is one of
the blproductions that is not general'y
Except the Santa Rita mine, which
has been worked for the last 300 years,
the Clifton mines were the first to
the disturbance of Sabbath-observing
citizens," and against the holding'open
of grocery stores, markets and other
places after 9 a. m. Sundays. Com
plaint is also made that the law gov
erning the closing of saloons on Sun
day is not being rigidly enforced.
The petition is signed by Rev. Henry
Easter, Rev. Chas. L. Overstreet, Rev.
C. S. Wright, Rev. H. Marviii Law, Rev.
E. H. Combs', Rev. R. T. Hanks, Rev.
Frank W. Otto, Rev. Perry J .'Rice,
Rev. Kenneth Brown. "Rav- Mw -r I
Hearn, Rev. Robert Bruce Smith and !
Rev. R. W. Merrill.
The resolution adopted by the coun
cil following the reading of the ordi
"That it is the sense of this body
that all ordinances of the city and all
laws of the state be enforced io the
end that the peace of the city be pre
served and the rights of her citizens
Discussing the proposition, alderman
Clayton stated that the city has no or
dinance prohibiting the operation of
moving picture shows, peanut stands,
confectionery stores and drug stores
. West Missouri street is to be paved
from North Oregon to Fisher street,
and Gladstone street, the continuation
of Missouri, Is to be paved from Fisher
to Putnam, according to a resolution
adopted at the Thursday morning" meet
ing of the city council. A resolution
which authorized the city clerk to ad
vertise for bids, which are to be open
ed in 30 days, was also read and' adopt
ed. Consideration to other streets in the
city was accorded as a result of the
appearance before the council of J. J.
Mundy, who protested against the grade
already established on North Campbell
street. Mr. Mundy asked for a change.
but was advised to prepare a petition
onerate in th weak
The most wonderful of the mineral for the council's consideration. It was
Evening, November 5th
One of the most interesting
events of Fair Week
See Friday's 'Herald For
v Further Details '
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Corner Mills and Mesa
IOok for the Sign of the Ring."
Tiir rain top
IJL LnSU Palo
Captain Augustine Mclntyre, Thfrd
field artillery; captain F. B. Hennessy,
Third field artillery; first lieutenant
Marlborough Churchill, First cavalry;
second lieutenant E. F. Hughes, Third
field artillery; second lieutenant H
B. Johnson, Third cavalry, will act as
substitute on the Sam Houston team.
PUZZLE TO JUDGE
Many Chickens Tie For the
Prizes and Get Joint'
El Paso chickens are of such good
breeding that the judge could not ia
many instances, decide which were rho
best in the Buff Plymouth Rock grade.
Dr. N. T. Moore has some Rhode Is-
The Midland team "is composed of fn5 Reds' raised on his valley ranch,
John M. Cowden, B. Palmer. Dr. Ed- . . , prize wlners. One cockerell
ward Galloway and H. M. Halff. J , u XUI iiriu PIace as the best in the
(Continued From Page One.1
cial program for Friday, The ball
game will begin at 1 oclock in the aft
ernoon instead of in the morning as
originally scheduled. The second game
of the polo tournament will be played.
The final game of the polo tournament
will be played Saturday afternoon. The
lineup of the El Paso team is: C. A.
Beers, M. M. Greenbaum, R. T. 'W.
Moss, Herbert Buckler.
FOUCH GETS BEE PRIZES
WIT HXEW MEXICAN EXHIBIT.
In the Resources building awards
were mar's Wednesday evening by Rob
ert A. Harris, who has been judging
the agricultural fruit and apiarian dis
plays. In the apiary display all , awards
were given to B. B. Fouch, of Cham
berlno, N. M., who had the only bee
exhibit in the building. He was given
first prize for best specimen of comb
honey, largest and most attractive dis
play of. comb Ijoney, best specimen of
extracted ioney, best specimen of bees
Tvax weighing not less than 10 pounds.
His exhibit weighed 58 pounds. Nu
cleus of Italian bees in observatory
hive, was best, most Interesting, at
tractive and illustrative exhibition In
DOLIi SHOW ON FRIDAY
WILI, PIEASE CHILDREN.
There is considerable interest evl-
exhibits presented by the Arizona Coo
per company Is a solid mass of crys
talized native copper, weighing 112u
pounds, which professor J. C. Carrera
and Dr. Carracristi, who have seen all
the great collections, state is the
greatest- they have ever seen.
Awards on Mineral.
Copper ores First, Arizona Copper
company, Clifton, Ariz., best company
display, silver cup.
Cananea district First prize, Can
anea Consolidated Copper company.
Leopold, N. M., district First prize,
For the best display of copper ores,
Bisbee district Calumet and Arizona
Best display from Nacozari Copper
Best displaj from Mogollon, N. M,
district R. S. Allen, of Silver City.
Best display of gold ores M. B.
Parker, El Paso, Tex.
For best display of silver ores El
Tigre Mining company, El Tigre, So- j
Best display of lead ores Sierra
Madre Mining company, P. H. Durack.
Best display zinc ore J. S. Dickie,
Hanover, N. M.
Best display quicksilver ores
Dr. Wm. B. Phillips, Austin, Tex., from
Terlingua district Brewster county.
Best display xungsten ores A. H.
Wein, Russelville, Ariz.
Best display mineral oils Texas
company, El Paso. Toyah oils were
shown in the exhibit.
For best display qf ores from state
of Chihuahua J. H. Hirt, El Paso, Tex.
Most attractive exhibit showing me
tallurgy of copper The Arizona Cop
per company, Clifton, Ariz.
denced in the doll show which is to be j Best display of sulphur O. W. Dun
held at the women's departmnt in. the I lap, Bloomington, 511., samples from
exhibition hall used for this Durnose. I Toyah. El Paso countv Texas.
.eriaay. ine children are all expected
to bring their babies out to the fair,
where they will be well cared for.
The Ft. Sam Houston team follows:
iR. T. Felix Gouraua's Orionte!
' Cream or Magical Boautlflor.
Keiaorcs Tan, Plnples,
r rec&ies, jdoia r jicbck.
na asm Ukeasec,
ana every oiemiw:
I on beauty, and tle
' Se3 detection. It
has stood the test
of 62 tcms, and
Is so harmless tre
taste-it to ba sure It
Is properly made.
Accept no counter
feit of similar
xame. Dr. L. A.
Sayre said to a
l&oy of the bant'
ton (a patient):
"As you l&aicr
will uss them.
'GearaHd'H Crenm' as the least harmful of all the
akin preparations." For sale by all dru?cits and i ancy
Goods Bealers in the United States, Canada and Europe.
fT.HOPlHS,Fng 37 Gred Jcnos Stost EsrYkL
D. G. Heineman carried away several
firSt TlriMQ TrrViJIi ,v. . - ..
A Kft or Becsuty IS a ?oy r-creveri j pute, there being such slight difff-
ence between them that they could not
be decided, so they were called a tio
and ribbons awarded to all of them.
Awards made this morning are:
Buff Plymouth Rocks, cock birds,
first and second, D G. Heineman, El
Paso; third, J. M. Morrison, El Paso;
fourth, A. W. Graham, El Paso.
Hens First, J. M. Morrison; second,.
A. W. Graham? third, D. G. Heineman;
fourth and ..fifth, A. W. Graham.
CockereUs First, second and thir3,
D. G. HeSneman; fourth, tie between
T. H. Ellis and D. G. Heineman; fifth,
J. M. Mojrrison.
Pullets' first, tie between J M. Mor
rison and D. G. Heineman, El Paso;
second, tie between D. G. Heineman
and J M. Morrison; third, D. G. Heine
man? fourth, tie between D. G. Heine
man, J. M. Morrison, Ar W. Graham,
as c- liSlW. -nasa.
SIX PERSONS HURT ON
A DALLAS STREET CAR
Dallas, Tex., Nov. 3. Six 'persons
were injured, one perhaps fatally, at
midnight when an outbound Highland
Park car overturned while rounding a
The Injured are Miss Lizzie McNallv,
A. G. Walker and wife, R. A. Wagner,
William Hall and Robert Pansey.
Miss McNlly is in a hospital, where
doubt is expressed as to her recovery.
CONSTABLE KILLS A
NEGRO RESISTING ARREST
Austin, Tex., Nov. 3. Constahle Leu
King, of Pfluegervllle, faced death
late yesterday near Hutton, ivhen
Brooks Green, a negro, whose house
he entered in search of John Dorse,
another negro, leveled a gun at
him. King fired first, killing Green.
Dorsey was -wanted for the murder of
his wife and has surrendered.
Best Individual display of ores from
all sections of the southwest El Paso
explained that the grade could not be
changed without working a hardship
on one of the property owners who has
already erected a house.
Storm Seiver Bids.
Bids for the construction of the Main
street storm sewer were opened. The
bidders Include N. E. Carter and T. J.
Shea. The bids, accompanied by cer
tified checks, were referred to the
street and grade committee, which may
report Thursday afternoon.
Objection to Warehouse.
Petitions read at the meeting include
that af the Mine and Smelter Supply
compafay and others for the removal
of the large frame iron clad warehouse
at 110-114 South Durango street, which
was referred to the fire and water
The petition of H. G. Shrimp to
maintain his news stand on Mills street
at the north door of the postoffice was
referred to the street and grade com
mittee. The petition of John Cargoes to
conduct a flower stand at the Rio
Grande Valley bank was allowed.
The petition asking for permission
to erect an electric sign at the Grand
Central hotel was approved. The pe- -
tmon oi a: xi. Todln to erect electric
signs at the entrance on Mesa avenue
and Oregon street of the alley run
ning south of the postoffice building
was also granted.
The petition of property owners in i
Hlr1- C .vIIa.. tt:ii jjij. . -. -
..o. v, uumcu xiiu auuition, ana Diock
79, Franklin Heights addition, for a
sewer extension in the alley between
the two blocks was referred, to the
Oity Casb Is Low. J
xne citys bank balance on Sept.
iasc, was lower than on June 30,
Despair and Despondency '.
ino one out a woman can tell the story of the suffering, the V
despair, and the despondency endured by women who cany
a daily burden of ill-health and pain because of disordersjead
derangements of the delicate and important organs tbatara
distinctly feminine. The tortures so bravely endured com
pletely upset the nerves if long continued.
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is a positive cure Sir
weakness and disease of the feminine organism.
IT MAKES WEAK WOMEN STRONG,
SICK WOMEN WELL.
It allays inflammation, heals ulceration and soothes pais.
It tones and builds up the nerves. It fits for wifehood
and motherhood. Honest medicine dealers sell it, and
have nothing to urge uoon vou as ' iust as good '
It is non-secret, non-alcoholic and has a record of forty years of cures.
Ask Your Nbighbors. They probably know of some of its many cares.
If you want a book that tells all about woman's diseases, and how to core
them at home, send 21 one-cent stamps to Dr. Pierce to pay cost of mailing
only, and he will send you a free copy of his great thousand-page illustrated
Common Sense Medical Adviser revised, up-to date edition, in paper covers.
In handsome cloth-binding, 31 stamps. Address Dr. R.V. Pierce, Buffalo, N.Y.
.OTGNE OAK HAYE A PJJUTO 23XW.
PIANOS LESS THAI? HALF PRICE.
TTe have several slightly nsed pianos. Some have been rented, a few
months, others taken in exchange on izmer-pjayer pianos. All are good as
new, f ullv guaranteed. To make room for our large fall sMpmoiit, sew in
transit, we are offering the greatest piano values ever given in El Paso on
standard pianos. The stock consists of the following celebrated xi&kes
Emerson, Chickering & Sons, J. & C. JKscher, Crown, Werner, Krell, Adam.
Schaaf, and many other first class makes. All pianos indaded in this
mammoth sale go' at lesa than one heUi their real value Prices on fine
upright piaaos from $125.00 and upwards. Cask or EASY PAYMENTS- I-
We will return railroad fare to those living out of
the city who buy a piano from us during our mam
Jenkins Piano Cck,
' THE BIG PIANO HOUSE.
Phone 2958. Cor. Stanton & Texas Sts.
El Paso, Texas.
RICH SAX ANTONIO DOCTOR
ILL, AT MISSOURI SPRINGS
Excelsior Springs, lo., Nov. 3. Dr.
Charles F. Simmons, a millionaire of
San Antonio, who is ill at a hotel here
has suddenly taken a ' turn for the
worse and his recovery is doubtful.
Relatives have been wired for. He re
cently -was married to a sister of his
divorced first wife.
Nineteen Defendants Or
dered to Appear in Court
Deputy sheriff Juan Franco. Charles
Marlow and Henry Hinckley returned
"Wednesdaj- nignt from a trip down the
valley where they ejected the 19 de
fendants named in, the Ascarate I grand
land suit filed by Katherine Crosby and
The defendants have been ordered to
appear In the 34th district court Mon
day. The plaintiffs in the case filed a bond
for costs amounting to $201,245, ana"
allege that the defendants should file
a like bond in the event they desire to
contest the suit.
GALLEGOS BOUXD OVER
Jose Gallegos, charged on two counts
with burglary, has been bound over to
await the action of the grand jury by
jusqete ATcClintock. The prosecuting
witnesses are Refugio Gonzales and D.
Lasos, of 1100 and 1102 South EI Paso
You Are Invited to Ent
Hot biscuits, cake and coffee and learn
all the good cooking qualities of the
great Majestic Range Demonstration
two more days, Friday and Saturday.
Laurie Hardivare Co.,
309 Mills Street.
DON'T DIB IN THE HOUSE.
"Rough on Rats," the Unbeatable Ex
terminator of Roaches, Ants, Mice,
Rats, etc. The secret is, you, not the
maker, do the mixing. 15c, 25c, 75c.
See directions how to use in out-build-
EXTRIES FOR THE EL
PASO DERBY AT FAIR.
Following are the entries f6r
the El( Paso derby to be run at
the fair grounds track Friday
La "Vestra, 100.
Miss Prison, 122.
i ! t t l Z ! 1 ! ! ! ?
but a substantial amount is still on
credit, according to the report of L.
M. Turner, city treasurer, which was
read and adopted at the council meet- f
mg. The report states the balance on
Jne 30, 1910, amounted to $490,349.81;
Teceipts to September 30, 1910, $242,
435.15; disbursems june 30 to Se '
30, $328,057.99; balance Sept. 30 $40.
The report of W. H. Anderson, city
health officer, recited that 20 births
and 18 deaths occurred the past week.
One case of chickenpox is reported and
one smallpox suspect remains. -No
new cases of tuberculosis were re
ported. Inspections during the week Include
meat markets 217, meat condemned 72
pounds; dairies 90; slaughter houses
30; milk wagons 25; meat wagons 8;
cattle 244: hogs 36; sheep 90; calves
132; fruit and vegetable wagons 1045;
condemned 35 pounds; premises inspect
Building: Inspector Reniorta.
Other reports acoptec at the council j
meenng include those of S. B. Haggart, I
building inspector, whose collections I
I uunng uotoDer amounted to $125. The
report or j. w. Hadlock, sewer com
missioner, states that 200 feet of sewer
Only One Store Room Left
But we still have several offices for rent in the
New Buckler Building
Over Watson Grocery, Bell 491
Also sole agents for the Phoenix-El Paso Build
ing Company. "We build and sell homes on easy
TEXAS COMPANY TO GIVE
BANQUET TO OFFICE MEN.
The clerical and sales forces of the
Texas company will be entertained by
ineir employers ai a oanquet at the An-
make speeches. The banqi'oc is an an
nual atiair with the compiny
EL. PASO SHORT OX RAX.
El Paso is short 5.03 inches of rain
for the 10 months of the year. This
is shown by the monthly report of the
weather bureau issued today.
Xoi ember The Month to Get Rid of
These Ugly Spots.
Now that the summer is over, the
woman with tender skin finds her face
covered with .ugly freckles and she
fears that shehas ruined 'ner complex
ion. Fortunately for her peace of mind,
the recent discovery of a new drug Otn
ine double strength, makes it nn:.
pjelus cafe Friday night. Fred W. Free- J sibie for even those most susceptible
man and others Are on tuj nrojram io , , , . , , i-p.iui
white. No matter how stubborn a case
of freckles you have, the double
strength Othine will remove them. Get
an ounce package from Potter Drug
Co., and banish the freckles.
Money back if it fail?
Four Fair Week Specials
Every One a Money Saver
All during this week up until and including Saturday night these ridicu
lously low prices will be on. Come in tomorrow.
$1.25 Dining Chair 75c $2.50 Dining Chair $1.75
This chair is full quartered oak with
box seat and sells regularly at $2.50
special this week,
This is a genuine oak dininsr chair
and can be had with either a cobbler
or cane seat sells regularly at
?1.25 special thi3 week,
$2.75 Dining Chair $2.00 $7.00 Round Oak Heat
This splendid little Round Oak
Heater -will keep the whole house
Extra quality quartered oak dining
chair, golden oak finish a regular
$2.75 value this week,
Avarm and save fuel a regular $7.00
value special this week,
Young's El Paso Furniture Company
B. F. YOUXG, Prop. "'
07 S. El Paso St.
Bell S35 L..
Oppt "The Buggy People"