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EL PASO HERALD
Wednesday, Xov. 16, 1910. 15
All afternoon and night trains are
reported on time.
Leceh Has Good Cell.
John L,eech has three months more
In the county jail before he will know
his fate. Leech's attorneys have ap
pealed to the criminal court of appeals
and it will require at least three
months for the case to be heard. Leech
Is occupying a well lighted and com
fortably furnished cell . in the county
LongwelTs hacks are the nicest.
Dr. Cameron, DcHtist, reliable dentis
try, reasonable prices. Guar. Shoe BIdg.
Oyster and enchilada supper given
by the ladies of the Guardian Angel
church will be held in Hixson's old
building Saturday, November 19, from
11:30 a. m. to 3:30 'p. m.
C I,. BUHngton, 709 Magoffin. TeL
1489, painting, paper hanging, decorating
A fresh shipment of excellent Kosher
meat just arrived.
Jack-son's. Sanitary Grocery
Police Arrest Snspcctg.
Clarence Myers and" George Hollen
beck are detained at the police station
on the charge of burglarizing the resi
dence of A. H. Snyder, 900 Magoffin
avenue, Sunday afternoon, and an of
ficer has gone to Dalhart, Tex., for a
boy known as "Charlie," who is under
arrest there and who- is alleged to he
Implicated. Hollenbeck Is alleged to
have made a confession. Myers denies
entering the house. None "o the jew
elry taken, amounting to' 1500 in
value, has been recovered.
Dr. Sckuller, Dentist, Roberts-Banner.
Give Longwell your baggage checks.
Don't Drink Raw Milk."
Drink El Paso Dairy milk, pure.
sweet, pasteurized milk. It's pasteur
ized for purity. It's absolutely safe for
babies. Doctors recommend it.
Dr. J. A. Heclrlck, surgeon and gyne
cologist. Roberts-Banner building.
A new barrel tf Heinz sweet Gherkins
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery
Fumigation Kills Child.
Denver. Colo., Nov. 16. When Fred
McCarty, a swuenmau, eutweu m
home a second floor apartment at
1:30 o'clock yesterday afternoon he
Trac !ilmnst overcome by a noxious va- j
f - por and found his 2yearold boy life
less in nis gocart ana iue tuuua
mother stretched upon a; 'bed, uncon
scious. Investigation disclosed the
fact that a fumigating fluid had been
placed in the vacant apartment below
and had penetrated to the McCarty
apartment, Stifling the child and the
mother. - - v
Call Bell 115. Auto 1115. telh wnat
you want. The .erald boy will) collect
the next day.
Dr. PreHtlss, practice limited- to 'dts
eases of stomach, intestines and liver.
Rio Grande Bank building. ..
May Be Big Strike.
Galesburg, I1L, Nov. 16. The general
grievance committee of the Chicago,
Burlington & Quincy railroad engi
neers have unanimously sustained
theirr officers for suspending negotia
tions -With the general managers of
the western roads and the strike vote
Is now being taken on the system.
We have just opened a new barrel of
Heinz mincemeat, 20 cents a pound,
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery,
Wood iCanaes Arrest.--
A charge of swindling under $50
has been filed in county court by
county attorney Brldgens against
Epltacio. Auguirre, who has been ar
rested. Aoastacio Rios is the prosecut
ing witness. He charges that he paid
Aguirre 510 on July 1, last for a car
of wood. Incidentally, he alleges that
&.gulrre did not own the wood-
Longwell takes best care baggage.
El Paso Dairy 3111k:
WiU keep you in condition. It con
tains lots of nourishment. More nour
ishment than an equal quantity of any
other food. . J
- Dr. Lcjrfyc Hyde, osteopathic physi
cal, S14 Mesa.
Dr. Warnock, Dentist, over Postal
Telegraph. Gold crowns, $5. t
Washington, D. C, Nov. 16. Repre
sentative R. lu. Henry of Texas an
nounces that he is not a candidate for
the speakership of the 62nd congress.
Fancy cranberries, 2 quarts for 25
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery.
Ice Cream For Thanksgiving.
"We are making special preparations
to serve our customers with ice cream
for their Thanksgiving day dinner.
Phone your orders early, as there will
be lots of them and we don't want -to
ilsappoint any one.
Smith's Pure Ice Cream Co.
City hack stand, Tel. 1 or 1001.
Dr. W. R. Wccfcs, chronic diseases.
Jesus "Tarango occupies a cell at the
olice station and a charge of "crazy"
Is docketed against him. Tarango is
alleged by the police to have been
celebrating the recent Democratic vic
tories and to have suffered a nervous
breakdown. Stamford Ward is under
arrest charged with malicious mischief-
Ho is alleged to have slashed
several dresses belonging to a negro
resident on Broadway.
Morocco Pays Indemnity.
Madrid, Spain, Xov. 16. Morocco has
agreed to pay Spain $13,000,000 indem
nity as demanded by the latter gov
ernment following the successful Span-
In damp, chilly weather there is al
ways a large demand for Ballard's
Snow Liniment because many people
-ho know by experience its great re
uieving power in pneumatic aches and
pains, prepare, to apply it at the first
twinge. Price?- 25p, 5Qe- and $1.00 per
bottle. Sold by-Scott White & Co., 201
Mills, and Depot Pharmacy.
ish campaign against the Riff tribes
men in the summer of 1909.
Dr. Starker, diseases of the eye, ear.
I nose and throat. 319-320 Caples Bids-
You will not be disappointed if yow
depend on us for your Thanksgiving
Jackson'n Sanitary Grocery.
Ship Loses Propeller.
Washington, L. C, Xov. 16. The big
Ham burg-American liner Cheruskia is
creeping painfully along under sail
about 600 miles east of the Bermudas 1
with her propeller gone, according to
a report to the navy department.
Tour Thanksgiving day dinner will
be complete if you serve Smith's pure
Dr. ft, D. Robinson. Practice limited
to diseases of children and orthopedic
surgery. Office and residence 700 Mesa.
Both phones 1897.
Dr. P. S. Cary, Roberts -Banner Bldg.
Roads FIsht Rate Cut.
San Francisco, Cal., Nov. 16. An ac
tion to prevent the enforcement of the
reduction in freight rates over rail
roads west of the Missouri river was
begun when the Southern Pacific and
the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe rail
road companies, with 20 other com
panies, petitioned judge Morrow of the
United States circuit court for an in
junction restraining the interstate
commerce commission from carryln
out Its order to cut the charges on'
the hauling of commodities.
This is to notify the public that the
estate of J. E. Nagley, or Mrs. J. E.
Nagley is no longer connected with the
undertaking business known as Nagley
3Irs. J. E. Nagley.
August 31, 1910. $
Hovr's This For Breakfast?
Buckwheat cakes with some of that
"Blood of the Maple" syrup we have.
Jones Dairy Farm little pig sausage.
Chase & Sanborn's "Seal Brand"
We have new buckwheat flour for
tne buckwheat cakes; Jones Dairy
Farm Sausage, Chase & Sanborn's coffee
and the best maple syrup you ever
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery.
Prisoner Tries Suicide.
Phoenix, Ariz., Nov. 16. Ed Murphy,
brought here from Tempe, suspeoted
of 'having murdered a policeman at
Joplin, Mo., a year ago, attempted to
commit suicide by hanging himself
with a strip of blanket in his cell.
Murphy sticks to his confession that
he killed a fellow convict in the Texas
penitentiary at Huntsville, where he
says "he was serving a term for killing
two policemen In Moberly, Mo.
ONE NIGHT ONLY.
Owing to the change of route, "The
Going Some" company will play one
night only, Thursday, November 17, at
the El Paso theater. Manager Rich
says of this show:
. "L,awrenqe and Sandusky will pre
sent their prize laugh producer, 'Go
ing Some," for a single performance
at the El Paso theater, -Thursday, No
vember; 17 This play and company
along with" -the wealth of special
-scenery are the same identically which
-made such -a. record run at the Prin-
.cess theater, San Francisco recently.
where it came from triumphs in both
the east and west. There are some 20
funmakers, who unravel the well de
fined plot and the fun is continuous
from curtain rise to curtain fall. In
cluded in the company are some of the
best exponents of light comedy- who
ever crossed the continent."
Tonight Crawford Theater.
Play "Love Behind a Throne."
Prices 15c, 25c and 35c.
Next matinee Saturday, Nov. 19.
ADDED ATTRACTION TONIGHT.
At the request of many wno could not
attend the matinee today, the miracle
painting, "The Shadow of the Cross,"
will be presented tonight. This is the
same picture "which has been exhibited
at 25 cents, but is a free feature to
night at the Crawford.
DEATHS AND BURIALS.
Z. L. PETTIGREW.
Word was received in El Paso Tues
day by tne family of Z. L. Pettigrew, of
this death at Xew Orleans, La, Death
was caused by heart trouble.
He is survived by a wife, two sons,
George Leland antt Carlisle B., and two
daughters, Misses- Eosalie and Xellie,
who Teside at 1600 East Boulevard. The
tody iwill be received 'here Saturday,
when funeral sen-ices will be held, in
terment being made in this city.
Mr. Pettigrew was well known in
Tailroad circles, having been superintend
ent of the Mailory Steamship company
at Galveston, Tex., in 19 00, and freight
agent of t&e Cotton Belt at McGregor,
Tex., traveling auditor for the Mexican
Central and cashier of t5ie Southern Pa
cific at Xogales, Ariz., prior to entering
the service of the Mallory line. He was
46 years of age.
ILIiEGAL VOTIXG CHARGED.
Tucson, Ariz.. Nov. 1G. 12. E. Har
rington was arraigned before justice
O. T. Richey on a charge of voting il
legally in the primary election last
week and his hearing set for next Mon
day Harrington, who lives outside the
city, is said to have made the state
ment that he came to town last Friday
and voted in the primary election.
CHEVAMAX'S BO.VD FORFEITED.
United States commissioner George
B. Oliver TVednesday morning forfeited
tho $500 bond of Yee Hung for fail
ure to appear to answer a charge of
being illegally a resident of the United
THEIR' PAY HELD', UP."
Austin, Tex., Xov. 16. Commission
ers of Travis county have held up .the
pay of election officers because some
claimed $4 each. At Travis Peak, where
only four votes were cat, tne judges
turned in an expense account for $16.
BRYAX TO SPEAK.
Dallas, Texas, Xov. 16. W. J. Bryan
will address the T. M. C. A. of this
city next Sunday.
Dr. R. P. Dtedden, of "Washington,
D. C, chief of the inspectors' division,
was in El Paso "Wednesday en route to
Los Angeles. He visited the local of
fice of the bureau of animal industry
in the federal building.
John L.. Pearson, of the railway mail
service, has la;d off for a few days
to go up -the Rock Island and meet his
wife, who is returning from a vacation
in the east.
JURY SECUBED FOR
TRIAL OF JACKSON
Xegro Charged With Mur
der of Madison Graham
The trial of Marshall Jackson, a ne
gro charged with the murder of Madi
son Graham, another negro, was com
menced in the 34th district court Wed
nesday morning,' following the com -
pletion of the jury, the last five mem-
bers of which were obtained from the
second yenire of 40 men. The first
venire was exhausted Tuesday after-
noon. The members of the tanel in
elude E. W. Pew, R. A. Moore, M.
Goldoft, R. W. Doomis, E. Bafaer, W. D.
Wise, J. A. Wright, Fred Hewitt, W. L.
Nicholson, W. A. Adams, H. C. Long
and D. F. McNamayer.
Graham, who was under indictment
charged with killing a brother of
Jackson's, died at Hotel Dieu on. May
20 last, as a result of wounds sus
tained the night previous on Second
street. Jackson, when he saw Graham
approaching, is alleged to have fired
Dr. A. H. Butler, assistant city
health officer, who attended Graham
after the shooting,- was the first wit
ness for the state, and told of the ne
gro's death. Dr. Butler was followed
on the witness stand by several ne
groes, including William Coble and
John Ford, who testified that they
were standing on Second street look
ing at the "comic" (comet), which was
visible at that time. The state had
no eyewitnesses to the firing of the
first shot, but several of the negroes
testified they saw the second shet
The defence's0 star witness, Epemen
io Prieta, a Mexican boy, testified
that he found a black hjnidled revol
ver lying on the ground near where
Graham -vwis found dead. The revolver
has since been given away, Prieta said.
Charley Weaver, a negro, testfied
that on JVIay 19 he was in jail and
that Graham came to the jail to see
him and told him he was "hooked -up"
for Jackson and exhibited a black
Jackson will be the last witness in
his" own Taehalf and it is thought the
case -will so to the jury Wednesday
afternoon or jiight. - j
BRICK C03IPANY GETS
JUDGMENT POR $412.
Judgment for ?412 was obtained in
county court Wednesday morning by
the El Paso Brick company against
A. I. Mortson, and Wednesday after
noon the hearing of the garnishment
case of the brick company against J. P.
Goodwin was called.
CHARGED WITH BURGLARY.
An Indictmerit has been returned by
the grand jury against Elmer Gof f,
charged with burglary.
AND LYNGH TO JAIL
Three Joint Gharges of Foi':
geiy Are Made Against
A. C. Nichols and Charles Blair Lynch,
arrested Tuesday on charges of foxgerv,
were transferred to ifae county jail Wed
nesday to await their hearing in justice
McCHntock's court. l
Three joint charges oi forgery are
registered against the men and -a charge
of having a forged instrument in Jus
possession is pending against Nichols.
According to ,Ttio Grande Valley bank
officials, a check for $57.20, payable to
A. G. Nickells and supposed "to be
signed by E. G. Perry, a local real es
tate deafer, was .paid on Friday of lost
iweek. On the following day, two
checks, one for $15, payable to F. B.
Lynch and signed 'by W. H. Yelerton,
and the ofher for $62.30, payable to G.
A. Moore and supposed to be signed lay
Emily Dobbins, were presented for pay
ment. Bank officials started an investi
gation and tihe couple grabbed the money
and made a hasty exit from the bank,
it is said.
A fourth check for $42, payable to F.
B. Lynch and supposed to be signed by
G. A. Moore was found in Nichols's pos
session when he was arrested. 'Lynch
is said to have worked at the aier
stand in the agricultural building at the
OFF CONVICT'S HEAD
Phoenix, Ariz., Nov. 16. "I cut off
Steve Ricks's head and I'm proud of
it- I'm only sorry that I couldn't cut,
off the heads of his whole fam
ily." This statement was made by Ed
Murphy,, held in the county jail here
In connection with the death of a fel-
low convict in the Texas penitentiary.
xt was uiuukiu luu.1 Jiuryiiy was it
man wanted in Joplin, Mo., for the
killing of a jvaliceman last year. He
is being held here on a charge of a
gerj'. Speaking of the murder of a
fellow convict in the Huntsville, Tex.,
pentientiary he said: "Ricks came into
the office and slapped me in the face
for nothing and I cut his head off with
a pocket knife."
BALLOT 11 FEET LOXG.
Tucson, Ariz., Xov. 16. O. C. Parker
of this city has received an official
ballot similar to those used in Minne
haha county, South Dakota, last Tues
day. It measures 11 feet in length.
NO TIME POR BOASTIxTCx.
AN Irishman and German were sitting
a ona pier fishing. Neither gave the
other any t concern. The Irishman
smoked away philosophically at his
clay, while the German seemed absorb
ed in thought or was silently expecting
Suddenly the German fell Into the
water. The splash recalled the Irish
man from his preoccupation. That was
all It did, however. He never made a
move to offer aid to the man strug
gling In the stream.
"I can't swim!" he shouted louder as
he came up.
"I can't swim," he shouted louder as
he came to the surface for the second
As he was about to disappear for the
third time, the German cried, heart
rendingly: "I can't sw-l-m!'
"It's a d n funny time to boast
about it." replied the smoker of the
"This beauty parlor business ought to
be a big bluff."
"Because It is a skin game that con
trives to put a good face on the mat
ter." THE PART OP IT.
"I wonder if that sour Miss Oldgirl
ever had any salad days!"
"I am sure she had the vinegar and
peppery part of them."
Cures all blood humors, all
eruptions, clears the complex-
' ion, creates an appetite, aids
i j ..i .r , , i
digestion, relieves that tired
feeling", gives VlgOr and Vim .
a.at it tnxr n ;ni ijr,.,; r
Get it today in usual liquid form or
chocolated tablets called Sarsatabs.
WILL ABOLISH THE
GUIDES IN JUAREZ
Major Issues Edict Putting
Then Under the Ean
Guides to the sights of Chidad Juarez
will be no more after Dec. 1, according
to an edict of mayor Francisco Portillo.
An almost general "kick" on tne part of
the merchants has done it.
The abolishing of the guides who show
tourists p.bout has resulted from a peti
tion of merchants, and a conference with
the mayor of those signing the paper.
Activity on the part of the guides in
recommending certain curio stores was
the cause advanced by the merchants,
and it won.
J. W..Rose imported 11 cars of cattle
Wednesday morning at the El Paso
port and J- P. Garcia imported one
OU don't want to feel discouraged j
I if you're not supremely gifted.
Or to think you'll hit the trash
pile when the wheat and chaff are
If you're not a streak of lightning
newly greased and in a hurry,
It'B no sign you will not get there, ho
youv'e little cause for worry.
There are lots of clever fellows who
went upward like a rocket.
Who are walking on their uppers, out
of cash and out of pocket.
If good luck is slow in coming, It will
come in fat, rich layers
To the stayers.
Do you know who's most successful?
It's the chap who's persevering.
Who has glue upon his fingers that will
help him In adhering.
It won't matter if your manner isn't
self-assured and chipper,
If you hang right on to something like
a bull-pup to aslipper.
Bear in mind that flogged does It and
forever more will do it.
There are few things that will best you
if you only stick right to It.
It Is not the fuss and fireworks, nor the
whoopers and hoorayers.
-r - Jts "theatayrs
Jfs the fellows who are staylnk, whn
the day is dark and dTeary,
It's the fellows who afe staying When
they're weak and worn and -weary,
It's the fellows -who are staying, spite
of sneering and of frowning,
It's the pluggers and the plodders that
wll take a lot of downing.
Bo don't even think of quitting, though
the brickbats thlck are flying.
When there's not a kick left In you Is
the time to give up trying.
As a. rule, you'll find the winners aren't
the brilliant' grandstand player-
They're the stayers.
"IASGOW Invitations are nothing If
not hearty. Two friends met after
a fairly long separation.
"Man Tam," says one, "whaur In a
the alrth have ye been hldin' yerael'?
thavena seen ye for an age."
"Weel, Jeems, I've been doon Gourock
way a guld while. Come doon an' see
me sune. I've got a set ot good box
ing gloves, an' If ye come doon any day
I'll knock the face an ye."
Any Woman Can
Have Beautiful Hair
(From French Beauty Monthly.)
"Xo woman should use water upon
her hair oftener than once in two
months," says M. Fournier, the noted
French scientist, "Dry powder only
should be used. Moisture causes the
hair to lose its color and in time be
"Any woman desiring abundant, lus
trous hair should use a dry shampoo
every two or three days. Mix four
ounces of powdered orris root with four
ounces of therox. Sprinkle about a
tablespoonful of this mixture upon the
head; then brush the powder thorough
ly through the hair. This will keep it
light and. fluffy, and beautifully lus
trous. You will soon see the new hair
starting to grow. This treatment is
the only thing that I am sure will pro
duce a growth of hair.
"While plain orris root is used as a
dry shampoo by many women, still, no
such results can be obtained as by us
ing the formula I have given."
Sour out-of-order Stomach,
will feel fine in five
Every year regularly more than a
million stomach sufferers in tne United
States. England and Canada take
Pape's DIapepsin, and realize not only
Immediate, but lasting relief.
This harmless preparation will di
gest anything you eat and overcome a
eour, gassy or out-of-order stomach five
If your meals don't fit comfortably,
or what you eat lies like a lump of lead
In your stomach, or if you have heart
burn, that Is a sign of Indigestion.
Get from your Pharmacist a 50-cent
case of Pajjfi'S daj)epsln and take
NO ME INUiutDisUil. UID
ASK YOITB GrROCEK
Arctic or Matador
Brand Lard Compound, the Pure
El Paso Refining Co.,
El Paso, Texas.
Drink Lots of it
It's pure, rich, sweet.
It's good, and good for your sys
tem. It's nature's purest food
drink. It's a health food.
Many families use three to five
quarts per day.
EL PASO DAIRY CO.
Phones: Bell C40; Auto. 1150.
Office 313 N. Oregon.
"Rish Jobs Are Our Especial
ASSAYEES & CHEMISTS
independent Assay Office
D. W. Riczkabt. E.M., Proprietor.
Agent for Ore 8h!ppare Assays aid
Chemical Analysis. Mines Examined
and Reported Upon, bullion Work a
Spectaltg. p Q Box 83
Office and Laboratory:
Cer. Saa Fraackco k Ci-fcaakaaSte.
EL PASO TEXAS.
Custom Assay Office
CRITCHETT & PERGTJSOrf,
Successors to Hughes & Critchett,
Assayers, Chemists. Metallurgists.
Agents for Ore Shippers.
322 San Francisco St. Phone 324:
Crawford & Gottwald
Planing mill and office, 1200 Ho. St
Low prices on Sash, Doors, and Win
dow Glass; Cabinet Work; Bank,
Store and Office Fixtures.
H U L L S
Cake and Meal
Car Lots Only
Lowest Prices Prompt Service
W. T. WILSON GRAIN CO.,
'" Nacogdoches, Texas.
the opportunity we offer you
to secure feed of uu equaled
quality at the lowest pos
sible prices. jlSTo order too
large or too small for us to
fill satisfactorily. Corres
pondence solicited with out-of-town
0. G. Seeton & Son
Third and Chihuahua Sts.
a dose just as soon as you can. There
will be no sour risings, no belching of
undigested food mixed with acid, no
stomach gas or heartburn, fullness or
heavy feeling in the stomach, Nausea,
Debilitating Headaches, Dizziness on
Intestinal griping. This will all go,
and, besides, there will be no sour food
left over in the stomach to poison your
breath with nauseous odors.
Pape's DIapepsin Is a certain cure
for out-of-order stomachs, because It
takes hold of 3'our food and digests it'
just the same as if your stomach
Relief In five minutes from all stom
ach misery is waiting for you at any
These large 50-cent cases contain
more than sufficient to thoroughly cure
almost any case of Dyspepsia, jlndiges
.tlon or any other stomachdisorder.
E! Paso Fast yr Inst if uie
B For Preventive Txcatmeal I
I OF HYDROPHOBIA. I
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I Phone 340 R. 1. Ilea., 3457
Why Pay Others for Failures
for Positive Cures?
ESPECIALLY WHEX YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD WITH US A2D YOU
ARE PERMITTED TO ARRANGE PAYMENTS TO
SUIT YOUR CONVENIENCE.
HAVE YOU ANY" OF THE FOLLOWING SYMPTOMS? IF SO, CON
SULT US AT ONCE.
Are you nervous, irritable, despondent, lack ambition and energy,
unable, to concentrate your thoughts, get up mornings feeling tired and
worn out, languid and lifeless? We can relieve a)I these symptoms
promptly and eradicate permanently the diseased condition that is
producing them. It makes no difference whether due to abuse, ex
them FREE in a plain sealed envelope to any address, if you will send
four cents in stamps, the actual cose of postage.
IF UNABLE TO CALL WRITE for information.
CONSULTATION, EXAMINATION AND ADVICE FREE. - ..
Hours: & a. m. to 7 p. m. Sundays 9-1 only.
DR. XETCHERSID & CO.
Rooms 1-3 Hammett Bldg., Cor. Texas St. and Mesa Ave., EI Paso, Tex.
$08 & 629
A. E. jLYA & CO.
BURTON-LINGO CO., FIRST & KANSAS
WE ItBPAIR EVERYTHING.
Kev and Iock Work. Guns. Pistols. Umbrellas and Blcycle3. Agents Cleve
land Bicycles and Emblem Motorcycles. Hecord: Chicago to New York. 999
Miles, In 35 hours. ,
EL PASO REPAIR SHOP. 208 Nortk Stances Street. PJiose Bell 188.
FOR TENTS AND CAMP SUFFL1ES
Before buying get our prices. We can save you money. We are majaufa
turers. Eli PASO TEXT ANT AWXIXG COMPA2CY,
Bath Pkones. 312 S. El Paw St.
Smith Ice Cream Ct.
FAMILY ORDERS PROMPTLY DELIVERED.
202 Taras St.
SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS AKD DENTAL SUPPLIES.
WIH be up right away." LONGWELL'S TRANSFER
116 to 120 San Francisco St Careful Men.
AGGAGE and MOVING
"We're there in juit a minute." Storage and Packing by careful raen at rigkt pries.
BELL 1054. 0D0iCS TRANSFIK. AUTO 1966
CASH OR CREDIT "
A IilTTLE MONEY goes a long wa ys here.
H. Ii. STEWART FURNITURE CO.
810-312 South Stimton. Bell 632j Ants. 21M
AGENTS FOR THE EASY RT7N7C ING WHITE SEWING MACHINE.
BETAIL GROCERIES WHOLESALE
Mail Orders Given Prompt
Secret, Prompt and Accurate. Efficient Service. Reasonable Rat.
RING 1362. CONTRACT DEPT.
309 S. El Paso St.
Guns. Ammunition. Wagon Covers. Builders Hardware. Tools, all
kinds Sadi' Harness Cutlery Tents O'l Paint Etc
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the laws .of health. Our treat
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culation normal nd penmanent
dy restores the vim. and visor
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