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Thursday, Dee. 1, 1910.
Genuine Buckwheat Floor
There's a difference in Buckwheat; one will inake
cakes that fill the bill every time, and the 'other
sort will produce something that is only an apology
for Buckwheat Cakes. We have just received the
genuine article direct from the Willow Grove
Mills, Burdett, New York State. We guarantee
this to be pure or your money back.
3 Pounds for 25c
Pure Vermont Maple Syrup,
Quality goods, quart cans
We invite comparison with any home made pud
ding, being confident that after tasting this, no
one will feel like making Plum Pudding at home.
15c, 35c, 65c and $1.00 Each
New Stuffed Pigs, per box 45c
Sfew Stuffed Dates, per box 35c
"New Shelled Hickory Nuts, per lb 75c
New Shelled Black Walnuts, per lb.. .75c
New Shelled Almonds, per lb 60c
Kev and Lock Work, Guns, Pistols, Um brellas and Bicycles. Agents Cleve
Jand Bicycles and Emblem Motorcycles. Record: Chicago to New York, 939
Miles. In 35 hours.
EL PASO REPAIR SHOP, 20S North Stanton Street. Phone Bell 138.
Smith Ice Cream Co.
FAMILY ORDERS PROMPTLY DELIVERED.
URTOK-LH5TGO CO., FIRST Sc KANSAS
FOR TENTS AND CAMP SUPPLIES
Before buying get our prices. We can save you mones'. We are manufac-
EL PASO TENT AND AWNING COMPANY,
Beth Phene. - 312 S. El Paso St.
S08&623 DRUG61STS 1068
k. E. RYAS & CO. 212 SAN ANTONIO ST.
OPFJf ALL NIGHT.
CARR DRUG CO,
SUKGICAL INSTRUMENTS AND DENTAL SUPPLIES.
"Win be up right away." LONGWELL'S TRANSFER
116 to 120 San Francisco St Careful Men.
BAGGAGE and MOVING
"We're there in juit a minute." Storage and Packing by careful meri at right mice.
BELL 1054. ODOM'S TRANSFER. . AUTO 1966
A IjITTLE MONEY goes a long wa
H. Jo. STEWART
S16-312 Senfh Stanton.
AGENTS FOR THE EASY RUNX
RETAIL GROCERIES WHOLESALE
Mail Orders Given, Prompt
Secret, Prompt and Accurate. Efficient Service. Reasonable Rates.
RING 1362. CONTRACT DEPT.
I HENRY MOHR M
1 CUT RATE HARDWARE I
309 S. El Pase St. B
B Guns, Ammunition, Wagon Covers. Builders' Hardware Tools all I
Vi;ris Saddles. Harness. Cutlery Tents O' Paint Etc ' ' I
EL PASO THEAT
Clyde Fitch's Great Comedy
EL PASO TRUNK FACTORY
Trunks, Bags and Leather Goods
Made, Eepaired and Exchanged.
goods. Opp. Posttsffice, across Plaz2
BELL 50; AUTO 1050
Bell 1 Auto 1001
Bell C22: Auto. 2108
ING WHITE SEWING MACHINE.
and Special Attention.
307-309 E. Overland St.
409 Sonth Santa Fc St.
Phone 1493. Auto. Phone 14ns.
Sunday and Monday, Dec.
Special Matinee Monday, Dec. 5;
with GRACE MERRITT and a great cast
Prices 50c to $2.00 Night; 50c, 75c, and
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Mrs. Frederick S. Dennis, rvife of a well knoun surgeon of New York, who
Is teaching farmers how to double the'r crops by .science. Her chosen field is
in Connecticut. IiNt winter Mrs. Dennis head n lecture by Georsre T. Powell,
perhaps the foremost ngriculturist expert in the country on scientific farm
insr, and it attracted her very much. She later secured the services of 31r.
Pot ell and had him deliver lectures in various towns to the farmers of Con
necticut, and she herself went along the eountry roads telling the farmers to
attend these meetings. Mrs. Dennis then offered prizes for the best crops.
At the county fair, held under her supervision, the result of her effort
was that the fanners had doubled and some trebled the amount of their
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M. J. Ely's
El Paso, Tex.
P. 0. Box 757.
Raymond Teal Musical
30 PEOPLE, MOSTLY GIRLS 30
Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sun
day, and Sat. VIatinee; -Sat. 2:30.
Evening performance 8:15
"- Mat. Saturday 2:30
Evening prices 25c, 35c
Matinee prices 10c, 20c
Seats on sale, Ryan's Drug Store.
Phone, Bell 608-629
Bills Change Thursday, Monday.
ON OUR 40c.
Maple Pecan Bar
We use HOT WATER to CLEANSE
with at our fountain. ,
C. S. PICKRELL, Mgr.
206 N. Oregon St. Phone 347
Under the Electric Fountain.
4 and 5,
Crops By Science
Dr. Bulgiu Thinks So and
Wants to Preach to the
El Paso school tachers, if they at
tend the Bulgin revival meeting Friday
night, will hear a sermon prepared
especially for them, according to Rev.
E. J. Bulgin's announcement Wednes
day night. Incidentally, it developed
"Wednesday evening there were but 13
teachers- at the meeting.
"Whether or not the bait thrown to
the teachers is sufficient to Insure fiie
attendance of all is a matter pf specu
lation, but if Bulging sentiments were
adhered to, the salary of all El Paso
teachers- would be increased 50 per
cent. Following this statement, how
ever, he prayed to God that all JE1 Paso
school teachers should be Christians.
At a meeting Wednesday afternoon,
attended by Dr. Bulgln, and a number
of Protestant ministers of the city, the
action of seVeral teachers two years
ago in going to Juarez to play keno,
and later attending the races, was dis
cussed. It was also stated at the meet
ing that it -was understood that only
11 of the teachers in Bl Paso are Chris
tians. On Thursday night, revival atte
ants -wiU hear a discussion on the sub.
ject: "Is the Word Sweet Sentimental
Herald and Gambling.
Rev. Mr. Bulgin again took occasion
Wednesday night to commend The
Herald for its stand in not advertising
gambling, stating that "someone -who
-writes for the Times has said that The
Herald's advertising patronage -was
sublet .to "one man, -who had doubled
the advertising rate for gambling, but
I have been informed that The Herald
won't take gambling advertising at
any price. Uod bless The Herald."
Gambling In General.
El Paso merchants wno oppose gam
bling in Juarez "because it takes mon
ey out of El Paso," got a defcided slap
"Wednesday night, Dr. Bulgin making
the point that "gambling in any shape,
form or fashion ought not to be tol
erated because it is wrong."
Other announcements 'Wednesday
night vincluded the statement that the
Sunday night sermon, "The Man of
Galilee," would be repeated next Sun
day ri? hi. if a sufficient number of
lequests vrere received to -warrant it,
and in thai event, that a woman's cru
sade movement will be organized at
the- First Presbyterian church, and a
men s crusading club will be organized
at the First Baptist church by those
who nave already heard the sermon.
The Xlght Sermon.
Blasphemy of the Holy Ghost, as
constituting The Unpardonable Sin, de
ild of the Regimsnf
ee the PS
in the miwm
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Stenciling Pillow Tops
Tomorrow in the Art Goods Department, from 2 to
5 p. m.. Free Demonstration and Instruction in sten
ciling pillow 'tops. You are cordially invited to be
present. Stenciling is easy to do and takes little
time, and the stenciled pillow tops are certainly effec
tive. Be here tomorrow, some time between the
hours of 2 and 5. ,
Black Lace Veils
Just received a shipment of the new
patterns in Black Lace Veils. Stop
in the Veil Section a moment tomor
row and see these fashionable veils.
Children's Sweaters $1.50
A new shipment of Children's Sweat
ers has just come in. These are
sweaters for either hoys or girls, from
6 to 15 years. Plain stitch, have two
pockets, come in red, navy blue and
crrav. Warm, durable sweaters, big.
Waists at $1.69
A limited number of smartly tailored
waists, made of high luster brillian
tine. These are warm, comfortable
waists for "winter wear. Stylishly
made with full pleated front, tucked
back, and tucked collar , and cuffs.
Come in black," navy blue and white.
All sizes in the lot. These waists
J.Calisher Dry Goods Co. OaeorporaUd)
scribed as 'There is a sin unto death,"
v.as the yub.ect of the tabernacle ser
mon Wednesday nisht- It was dis
cussed w'.th a number of texts as basic
r-rinc:!)f?. The tabernacle was the
mecca for about one-third enough
people to take up the seating capacity.
omu of his shots follow:
""Sou. can insult the Holy Father
an-' damn your father, but both still
remain the same.
"The sin against the Holy Ghost is
j the final sin.
' "Get the idea out of jour mind that
God is an arbitrary judge and will
send you to hell.
"You society women can snub any
-women you want to. but the Oriental
way is not so snobbish.
"You can't have good religion in a
church unless you're sociable.
"The silver gowned beggars are the
most pitiable things in El Paso to
day. "Whoever blasphemeth against the
Holy Ghost shall not be forgiven ?n
this world or the next."
How One Becomes Hardened.
To illustrate his point that souls
become hardened and turn away from
Christ, and that finally the effect ob
tained is past comprehension. Dr. Bul
gin stated as a true story:
"When I was a boy back in North
Carolina, I never -wore shoes, summer
or winter, until I was 14 years old. My
heels became so hardened that I could
run through a thorn patch without get
ting a sticker in my foot. "Why, mv
bare heels became so hard that I could
kick chestnuts out of the burrs and
a thorn would not penetrate my foot.
"One day I went to a blacksmith
shop and, as I discovered later, stepped
on a piece of hot iron that had been
cut from a heated horseshoe. Standing
on it, I began to detect a strange odor
and I asked the blacksmith: 'tVhere
is that hair burning?'
"Finally, it burned through the cal
loused part of my heel and I knew
what was the matter."
NO MORE NEED
! It Isn't necessary to takecaiomel
now any more. Ra-ba-nete Liver Tab
lets are a delightful, harmless substi
tute for calomel, and beiug made
purely from vegetables cannot sicken
or salivate, nor-do they give you that
awful upset feeling. The next time
your liver is inactive, feel bilious,
r bowels constipated, tongue furred or
coated, buy a 25c package or Ra-ba-nete
Tablets from the druggist, take
two at night, one the next morning and
see the perfect change in your entire
system. Ra-ba-netes correct the dis
orders of the stomach, liver and
bowels. No weakening or sickening
as with calomel. If you want to try
before you buy write to Raben Co.,
Houston, Texas, for a sample.
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Bring the Children ,
Be sure to bring the Children Saturday.
Santa Clans has something in store for them
Santa has his den in the Calisher Annex,
where he holds daily receptions from 4 to 5
p. m. He wants the children to come and
vicit with him everyday, but he especially
requests that all the children in El Paso be
Silk Petticoats $3,75
Here is a quantity of superior silk
petticoats. Some aTe made of a soft
finished chiffon taffeta, these come
in black only. Others are mescaline,
in solid colors. These have deep ac
cordion pleated flounce trimmed with
bias folds of foulard in handsome
Persian designs All petticoats are
cut generously full, and are special
values " i(tq 7C
Kimonos for 95c
We were able to secure a price con
cession on several dozen lonsr and
short kimonos. These are very nice
kimonos. Made of heavily fleeced
T)aisy" flannel, in big floral patterns,
in both light and dark colored effects.
Are fitted to waist and finished with
belt, and have deep circular collar
edged with silk embroidery. Tomor
row, and as long as they last, we give
3ou choice at about af
half price, or tOC
Santa Clans asks that the
children "write him and tell
him what they -want him to
bring them this year.
I CUSTOMS MEK RAID
HOUSE FOE OPIUM
Pipe Is Captured and Sev
eral Arrests Made Mex
ican Is Released.
Customs officers made a raid on the
rooming house over the Sixty-Six bar
at the corner of Third and Oregon
streets Thursday morning, arrested BUI
Edwards, the proprietor of the saloon
and rooming house, and also took into
custody George Cary, Tilly Gillem and
"Woods Gillem, all negroes. An opium
smoking ortfit and two cans of the fir
bidden stuff were taken from tha
Andres Gutierrez, arrested two weeks
ago by federal authorities and hel-J
pending tne analysis of some cans of
what was supposed to be opium, ha
been released. It proved to be coni'ar.
XATIOXAIj- biscuit COIVIPANY
OPEXilS'G- IX EL PASO
The National Biscuit company is
opening in El Paso. The company will
make this its distributing poiut for the
Hot Chocolate with whipped cream
and cake. Elite Confectionary Co.
f nm Ti!iOJrT -f t-AAi-kVMnAn i-11
berlain's Cough Remedy as the best
thing I know of and safest remedy for
coughs, colds and bronchial trouble,"
i writes Mrs. L,. B. Arnold of Denver,
J Colo. "We have used it repeatedly and
j It has never failed io give relief." For
saie Dy an dealers.
retty Bedstead Enamels
BELL PHONE 206;
Manufacture and bards
In Stock c-iiiS.118 r ite for prices
EL PASO THEATRE JSTSJ.Sv 1
THE QUEEN OF THE MOULIN ROUGE
Samuel E. Rork's Sensational Masical Production
NIGHT LIFE IN PARIS Correctly Portrayea in 150 Minutes without waste of time or
nite, 5Uc to 52.00; Matinee, 50c to
aus a Letter
Every Department now
shows something .
sJ.CaHjiwrDrj- Good Co. Cr?.u .
BILL FOR TICKET
Possession of a raised $1 bill was
responsible for the arrest "Wednesday
night at the union station of Domingo
Arjedondo, a Mexican, who was en
deavoring to purchase a ticket to Chi
huahua. The man was arrested -when
the bill was tendered in payment for
the ticket. Arredondon first stated he
secured the bill ,from a bank, later
that he paid a countryman 20 for it.
The bill had been raised to a $50
denomination by the use of cigar
stamps, and is a good pie'ee of work.
Arredondo will be delivered to federal
oficers. He has been working near
San Antonio and was returning home
for the winter.
a can ip
for Ice Chests
& Glass Co.
AUTO PHONE 1206.
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Heavy Team Harness, Stock Saddles,
Ladies' Astride Saddles, Express
Harness. Biiv "HVn-npss "Rifi QflA.
Pisto Scabbards,' Belts, and
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