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Tbms&SLj, Dee. 1, 1910.
liver Leaf Lard
AMERICAN LADY FLOUR
Best for Bread - - - -
GOLD COIN FLOUR
Best for Biscuit - - -
Fresh Ground m
Barringtoi! Hall Steel Cut Coffee j Pure Coffee ) 1 lb. 40c
2 lbs. goes as far as 3 lbs. other coffees ( No Chaff j 2 lb. 75c
Strictly Fresh Pure Creamery Butter, per lb 35c
6 pKgs. Aunt Jemima Pancake Flour, for 25c
5 gallons best grade Oil, still selling for 75c
2 qts. Cranberries
"3 cans Taney Indiana
Corn, new pack, for
3 cans new pack Marrow
fat Peas, for
2 cans new pack, country ey p"
Gentlemen Corn, for adDC
2 cans, new pack, sifted
early June Peas, for
2 lbs. Fresh Heinze
Fresh Heinze Mince
Meat, per lb
2 large, or 3 medium size
Fresh Mackerel, for
FEED DEPT. FULL
100 lbs. Bran
100 lb. sacks Pure
Corn Chops, for ...
100 lb. sacks Clean
White Corn, for ...
Gallon Cans, Peeled
Apples, Plums, and
Kindling "Wood for Sale.
367 and 348
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
208-210 MILLS STREET .
ISSUES PERMIT FOR
2$ew Structure on Texas and
Stanton Streets to Cost
One building- permit -was issued
Wednesday, but the lack of numbers
Is covered by the amount, the singrle
Issue calling- for the expenditure of
$95,000 for the construction of the Cal
isher department. tore on Texas and
Stanton streets. The permit was ob
tained from building inspector S. S.
Uaggart, and Teads:
To O. !P. Kroeger '& Co., to build six
story store and basement building for
Calisher Dry Goods company at .Texas
nd Stanton street for
store; estimated cost $95,000.
El Paso county S. Lujun to G. Opo
daca, S5 acre tract in northeast part
Socorro, Tex.; consideration $100; dated
Xovember 12, 1910.
Highland Park, Mobile, between
Xxmisiana and Florida avenues He
bert and Mary Austin to Dan Sonnen
thell, lots 1 and 2, block 133; consid
eration $10. Iated Xov. 2G, 1910.
Franklin Heights, Montana, between J
"Williams and Hutton streets Frank
and Mary E. Scott to Philip Bcxbn,
lot 24 and west lot 25, block 74:
consideration $5100. Dated Xovember
El Paso county J. P. and Sona
Parks to T. J. Clegg, sections 3, 4,10.
11, 13, 14, 15, 16, 22, 23 and 24 block
71, T. & P. grant, and sections 20, 21,
22, 23 and 24, block 26, public school
land?; consideration $30,538.37. Dated
Xovember 14, 1910.
Alexander's add., Kansas, between
Rivr and Cliff streets Joseph and
Mary Donnell to Frank Scott, lots 9
10. hlock 30: consideration $1850. !
" " ' ' . in ,0-n i swuna race, n nen Jtfantnel paraded
Dated November 30, 13x0 a bi black t followed on X hee,s
El Paso county J- S. and Isabel Pe i(;t.(on f rnrn Jw" ? , , llef,s-mo-io..
x-ir.Tr -r -puis 5ArHnn l -permission irom the stewards has
Alexander to Xick M Elli, section -l. h obtained to alln t,a o
township 1. block 58; consideration
$25,000. Dated October 26, 1910.
Payne's Subdivision, East El Paso,
T. and P. street between Grama and
Copia streets D. M. Payne to Gabriel
Sanchez, lots 19 and 20, block J; con
sideration $400. Dated November 28,
Licensed to "Wied.
H. C. Longfeld and Maria Dickson.
To TV. G. Tanke, "St. Regis notel, Xo.
570, for Fierce-Arrow-
To Henry Pfaff, 1000 Mesa avenue,
Xo. 571, for Studebaker, seven pas
To Carlos Dias (Mexican), East El
Paso, boy: Xovember 29.
To' C H. Bahney (American), 1114
Ange, girl October 26.
To W. J. Geek, 511 South Virginia,
To Segunda Tjorres (Mexican), 1O0G
South Santa Fe, girl; Xovember 22.
To Arthur J. Allcock (Canadian), i
1230 Myrtle, boy; Xovember 27.
To William E. Fletcher (American),
3113 Bisbee street, girl; Xovember 29.
To James McKenna (American), 310
Boulevard, girl; Xovember 24.
To C. Tipton (American), Altura,
Tex., girl; October 23.
SELLS FOR $4500
The pennies to dollars proverb was
never better illustrated than the recent j
sale of the Penny Arcade on San An
tonio street. The arcade does a strict
ly cash business with pennies as the
Biliousness is due to a disordered
condition of the stomach. Chamber
lain's Tablets are essentially a stom
ach medicine, intended especialls' to
act on that organ; to cleanse it,
strengthen it, tone and invigorate it.
to regulate the liver and to banish J
biliousness positively and effectually.
For sale by all dealers
3 1b. bucket for... 50c
r lb. Irnr-kef for. . .75c
(lO lb. bucket for. $1.45
,,,-r. ,-. x -,,: 5 lb. bucket for 75c
-Pui tnan Lard" 1Q b.bucketfor$L45
(Better than Cottolenej50 ib can or $6 00
) 24 lb. Sack 90c
(48 lb. Sack $1.75
) 24 lb. Sack 80c
)48 lb. Sack $1.60
8 34 lb. sack for 25c
17 1-2 lb. sack for 50c
35 lb. sack for $1.00
Sauce, per gal
Fresh Sweet, pure Apple
Cider, per quart
per bottle .
Fresh Evaporated Pitted
Cherries, per pkg.
Fresh Citron, Orange or
Lemon Peel, per lb
18 lbs. Best Granu- rft
lated Sugar for P
Soft shell Almonds or
Shelled Walnuts or
Almonds, per lb
3 lbs. Pop Corn, "The
kind that pops," for....
2 lbs. Fresh Valley Honey
Pint Jars Extracted
Valley Honey for
2 cans Tall Asparagus
Large Jar Pure Fruit
Jam (all flavors) per jar
Fresh Pitted Date3,
per lb. pkg.
medium of exchange. One picture
costs one penny. For five of them an
extra 'good one may be seen. When
the sale -was made the transaction
showed that C. M. Haywood, the pro
prietor, valued his penny business at
$4500, which is the equivalent of exact
ly 450,000 pennies. The arcade was
bought by Mr. French, .of Silver City,
X. M, who will continue to take care
of the pennies and allow the dollars to
take care of themselves.
VALLEY TRACT IS
SOLD FOR $10,000
A tract of 400 acres in the Refugio
grant, in the upper valley, has been
sold by the-Mathews Campbell Realty
company to David G. Baldwin. The
price paid for the tract was $10,000.
The same agency sold a house in East
El Paso to Frank Fox for C. C. Whit
El Paso to Frank C. Fox for C. C. Whit
SCOTT COTTAGE OX MO XT AX A
STREE SELLS FOIt $5100
Frark Scott has sold his six room
cottage at 1817 Montana street to Phil
ip Bond for $5100. The house is a red
pressed brick cottage and will be occu
pied by the purchaser as a residence.
GETTING- THE GOAT
How It Originated: It Is
Reallv a Racetrack
The expression "I've got. his goat,"
is a race track expression that has
been stolen by the pugilistic fra
ternity. Wednesday afternoon an II-
I" X,n , .
m 7as no in "e P.arae of the
t flltt nnB. ... u :",:.
to the post with the runner whnovpr
J he appears.
vaunts ana norses are, inseparable
friends and many racers, like Banthel
have a goat for a -stable mate.
In the palmy days of the racing
game every known method was used
to prevent the horse with class from
winning. It was a favorite method to
steal the goat from the stable of a
prospective winner in order to make
him nervous and cause him to go to
the post out of -temper. To get a
horse's goat, meant a winning for the
other horse and the expression "I've
got his goat" had its origin there.
XEW POOL RECORD
Xew York, Dec. 1- Alfred" -De Oro
broke his own world's record of 79
balls for a continuous run at pool here
last night in winning the world's
championship from Jerome Keogh He
ran five straight frames and a part of
the sixth for a total tally of SI suc
MOVING PICTURES BURN.
Tampico, Mex., Dec. 1. Defective
wiring caused the destruction of Mc
Lellan's moving picture show here, en
tailing a loss .of about S20P0. The' tire
occurred during the afternoon and
there was no one in the theater at the
CONVICTED OF SMUGGLING.
Tombstone, Ar.ii:., Dec. 1. W G Ti
and Jose Garcia were each sentenced
-to serve iuu days m the county jail
j here on charges of smuggling.
i ranKim JLane was granted a divorce
from Fannie Lane.
NEW BAPTIST MINISTER
Rev. J. J. Bullen, the new pastor
of the Houston Square Baptist church,
has arrived from Nicetown, Pa., and
will preach his first sermon Sunday
'Hot Clam Bouillon with salt safays
J Elite Confectionerv Co.
OCEAN QUEEN INS
Bad Start Spoils the Fifth
Race, Which Gilpy
Ocean Queen won the overnight
handicap "Wednesday from Royal Cap
tive, the favorite, who was cut off
when ready to make his move and was
unable to get better 'than an easy
third. The race started off like a
chariot race with the four horses,
Ocean Queen, Royal Captive, Sterlin
and The "Wolf bunched. At the head
of the stretch Kennedy started to
make his winning move on Royal
Captive, but was cut off and was un
able to get back up. Ocean Queen was
leading all the way. At the head of
the stretch The "Wolf cut down her
lead to almost nothing and having to
fight it out with The "Wolf. But the
Ocean Queen mare was the best and
outgamed her challenger into the fin
ish. I-t was a neck and neck finish,
with Ocean Queen retaining her lead
to the line. Royal Captive was forced
to be content with third, ahead or the
field of slow moverg.
In the first race Florence" A. was
sent out in front at the barrier by
j Kennedy and held there all the dis
tance. Joe Woods, carrying five more
pounds, offered a heart breaking op
position to Florence's winning, and It
was anybody's race to the last. "Woods
wont into second position at the half
of a six furlong go and cut down the
winner's lead to a neck. But Florence
had a sufficient reserve to beat Joe
Woods out at the final stage and
make a winning for her stable. Bens
choten sent Xapa Xick to the front in
the second race and was running well
in the lead at the half, and it was only
into the stretch that he developed, any
competitor. Flying Pearl tried to keep
vi but tired and gave way to Elder,
who ran a good race for second place.
The rest ran. Roberta, a long shot,
went to the front under Kent's hand
ling and made it a winning from Sir
Barry, who moved up to within a neck
of the money at the finish. Roberta
set all the pace and was able to fin
ish ahead in spite of the strain. Sir
Barry laid in third position until the
head of the stretch, when he finished
with a rush.
A backwoods start spoiled all calu
lations in the fifth race- Starter Cas
sidy's foot slipped and he sent them
away in shoestring style. Gilpy beat
the barrier by four lengths and bet
ter, went the distance in the same or
der and was never overtaken. Creston
was second, and Lady Elizabeth third.
Barney Oldfleld, with Benschoten at
the wheel, was the winner in the final
race, a one mile selling event out of
the far. shoot. Benschoten took a long
chance by assuming the lead at the
half and running the remainder of the
race on his nerve. Misprison ran sec
ond behind Oldfleld all the way from
(the half, and Bonnie Prince Charlie
First' race Six iurlongs, pure,
maiden 3yearolds and up, value to first
$225. Florence A., 107 (Kennedy) won;
Joe Woods, 112 (Smith) .second; Pilain,
110 (Kent) third. Time, 1:15. Hearts
Relief, Marcus, Projectile, Dick Mose,
Maxim's Pride, ran.
Second race Six furlongs, selling,
all ages, value to first ?225. Xapa Xick,
103 (Benschoten) won; Elder, 115
(Smith) second; Flying Pearl, 112
(Murphy) third. Time, 1:14 1-5. Del
Crusader, St. Kilda, Banthel, ran.
Third race Five furlongs, selling,
Syearolds and up. value to - first ?225 .
Roberta, 105 (Kent) won; Sir Barry,
113 (Parker) second; Deerfoot. 105
(Murphy) third. Time, 1:013-5. Beau
Man, Sporting Man, Ed Holly, Tavora, f
Fourth race Six furlonjrs. over- I
night handicap, all ages, value to first
?450. Ocean Queen, 105 (Gar.z) won;
The Wolf, 105 (Murphy) second: Roval
Captive. 110 (Keiueuy) third. Time,
1:13 2-5. Sterling, "Suffragist, ran.
Fifth race Five furlong selling,
Syearolds and up, value to first $225.
Gilpy. lOo (Rice) won; Creston, 105
""""'' sccuuu, iittuj xuzauerii, iu
(Anderson) third. Time, 1:00 2-5.
Cctytto, St. Joe, Dr. Mack, ran.
Sixth race One mile, selling. 4year
olds, and up, value to first $300. Bar
ney Oldfield, 100 -(Benschoten) won;
Misprison, 105 (Reynolds) second; Bon
nie Prince Charlie, 107 (Kennedy;
third. Time, 1:413-5. Vesme, Alma
Boy. ran .
WILLIE HOPPE WINS IN
BILLIARD CONTEST WITH MAYER
Philadelphia, Pa., Dec. 1. Willie
Hoppe won his match with Joseph
Mayer, the amateur billiard champion,
here last night bj- 1S00 to 1086. plav-
ing 18.1 to his opponents 18.2. In the
Liuai guiue xioppe ran out ms l)0 with
on unfinished run of 123 to his credit.
Mayer's score was 222 and his- high
est run was 65. Hoppe's average was
23 7-17, and Mayer's 13 14-16.
In the afternoon game Hoppe scored
300 points to 206 for Mayer. Hoppe's
high run was 62, while the best Mayer
could do was 34 in one inning. Hop
pe's average was 17 11-17 and Mayers
BIG FUND FOR FIGHTING
ANTI-RACE GAMBLING LAW
New York, N. Y., Dec. 1. Eight
racing' associations seeking to defeat
the anti-betting bills at Albany con-
triDutea $2G4,uuo to the Jockey club
for legal, expenses according toM. L.
Bruce, counsel of the legislative graft
In the session of the committee yes
terday Mr. Bruce ran overthe vari--cus
contributions that have been ad
mitted in testimonj- and used them as
a basis for his statement.
FOUR JOCKEYS GET INTO
TROUBLE AT PENSACOLA
Pensacola, Fla., Dee. 1. Complete's
bolting through the outer fence in the
closing dash was the main incident of
3 esterday's racing. The jockey es
caped Injury. The officials suspended
Martin and Davenport for the rest of
this week for rough riding, and Wris
pen and Howard also were punished
by having their riding restricted to
their contract employers for the rest
of the week.
LASKER WINS CHESS MATCH.
Berlin. Germany, Dec. 1. After 89
moves, Emanuel LaskTr. of New
York, won the eigntn game of the
championship chess match against
Janowski, of Paris. The game begaj
on Sunday. The present score is: Las
ker. five; drawn, three; JauowskL
Lame back Js one of the most com
mon forms of muscular rheumatism,
few applications of Chamberlain's Lini
ment win give relief. For sale by all
Chicago, HI., Dec. 1. The hunting season of 1010, -ivhlcli dosed yester
dny, cost 11" lives, according: to statistics collected from 2o states by the
This is considerably more than vfere killed during any previous season.
"311-vtaken for a deer," and "shot ly a companion," continue ta lead as
the reasons for the shooting: of hunters.
Two basketball games were played
last night, representing the Commer
cial league, at the Y. M C. A. -gymnasium.
The game between Bryan Bros,
and Wrilz was rather one sided, Bryan
Bros, winning by a score of 26-7,
while the game between the Interna
tional Book company and Shelton
Payne proved fast and interesting from
start to finish. It was very hard to
pick the winner right up to the last
few minutes of play, when the Inter
national Book company team made a
point that put it in the lead and won
the game. The score was 15-14, which
puts this team in first place in tho
Referee, Mitchell scorer, Carpenter.
In the last game Miller and Atkin
son, both of whom are on the first
"Y" team, being opponents on their
respective teams for the last time, put
up a strong Dattie to clinch their last
Kindig for the Bryan Bros, was
largely responsible for putting his
team in the lead.
Last nijrht was the last time that
the membf-rs of the "Y" team will be
seen in tnp Commercial league, as they
will slan practice tonight for the out
Saturday night they will play their
first n.atch game against the- S. W.
shops team, which will in some meas
ure show up the relative strength of
the two teams.
DIAZ AVIXS THE FIRST OF
MEXICAX MARATHOX RACES
Mexico CItv. D. F Dec 1. Juan A.
Diaz won the first Mexican Marathon
race by making the 40 kilometers from
Siurubusco to Tlalpam and return
rough the city in three hours and- five
minutes. He was 25 minutes ahead of
his nearest competitor, Gustavo Rami
rez, while Juan Medrano came in third
in three hours ajid 36 minutes. There
were I'O men entered in the race.
JOCKEY CLUB'S CAPITAL IXCREASE
Toronto, Ont.. Dec. 1. At the an-
nual meeting of the shareholders of
the Ontario Jockey club the capital
vjas increased from $10,000 to $100,000.
Pjreident Seagram said the Pari-Mu-tuel
system would be installed for the
spring meeting of 1911-.
ABE ATTELI, WIXS.
New' York, Dec. 1. Abe Attell. of
California, easily defeated Pal Moore,
Oi Philadelphia, in a- 10 round bout at
the Fairmont athletic club last night.
Baron and Wife Separated
I'll n iKiPSf 1" wmmf 1 1 miu'i1 hi1'11' It
CJ- w w i felK ..- HEm I
He Is Coming to America.
Dubbed Most Heartless
Baron Hermann von' Eckhardstein,
the noted spendtnrift, and the wife
from whom he is parted. It was the
baron's intention to visit this countrv
lncognito but h was taken ill on board
the Mauretania and underwent an oper
ation for appendicitis. Upon arriving
ai New York he was rushed to a private
sanatorium where his identity became
Known. Baron von Eckhardstein was
once chancellor of the German foreign
office in London, attache for a number
of years to the German embassy at
Washington and former husband of trie
heiress of the late sir J. Blundell Maple,
the millionaire furniture man. Three
years ago the baroness obtained a juaJ
cial separation in the English courts
and her allegations caused thev baron
to be dubbed t.ie most extraordinary
and hearties- spendthrift of which the
English courts nae had cognizance."
costs 11s LIS
There were two games on Cactus
club alleys Wednesday night. A three
men tournament of Smelter bowlers
vil" bogin Thursday night, when Bate
man's three will bowl Woodbury's
three, and Byle's three will meet Per
Play Wednesday night resulted in a
5S pin victory foi the Beavers over
the Bankers. Andreas made game at
511 and Crickett took total at 4S8.
With a 53 pin mait,in, the Broncs won
from the Yannigans. Mast made game
at 182 and Henry took total with 484
pins. Scores were:
Bankers 1 2 3 SI.
Stratton 118 164 92 473
Gilchrist .A 150144 156 450
Avina 148 142 168 458
Andreas 128 211 126 475
White 119 133 132 3S7
Totals 663 794 774 2231
Beavers 1 2 3 Tl.
Critchett' 206 117 165 48S
DeShazo ' 134 160 139 433
Paul ? 158 122 143 423
Doak t..150 150 124 424
Grandover 159 113 133 405
Totals ...' 807 662 704 2173
Broncs , 12 3 Tl.
Mueller 14S 165 121 434
Walker 174 110 161 445
Debruhl 117 169 133 419
Calisher :.143 10? 137 3SS
Henry . 155 169 160 484
Totals .'. ..'..737 711 712 2160
Yannigans , 1 2 3 TL
Jackson 167 175 129 471
A. Mast 106 129 150 3S5
Ellsworth .'. ...139 144 115 38S
C. Mast 151 134 182 467
Gray 105 120 177 401
Totals ....66S 702 753 2113
TO FIGHT PRIZE FIGHTIXG.
San-Francisco, Cal.. Dec. 1. J. E.
White, attorney for the San Francisco
church federation, will swear to a
complaint, and the district attorney's
office will prosecute "Battling" Nelson
and Owen Moran, on a charge of hav
ing engaged in a prize fight here last
RUSSIAN DEFEATS TWO.
Cleveland, O.. Dec. 1. George
Hackenschmidt, the Russian wrestler,
defeated Walter Smith of Bufffalo and
Carl Erb, the German wrestler here.
He threw Smith in -three minutes
and 55 seconds, and Erb In IS minutes.
In her petition the baroness declared
she had paid .1.500.000 to settle her
husband s gambling and stock ex
change debts, and that .-er father had
once furnished $300,000 for the same
purpose. The baron In said to be ia thi
country in search of qu:et and resi.
Write for Our Watch Catalog It Is Free.
i: Best ' I
I Christmas Gift
fi Will Be M
j "A Silherherg M
Ijk Diamond mim
"The mere taongkc of buying a
SAYS WOMEN OF
AMEEICA LACK TASTE
Mrs. Jack Gouraud, who says that
American" women are the best in the
world, but that they lack taste. She
says that it takes a French woman -fcp
I make a cult for clothes, and that is
wny me irencii women attain a ae-
gree of smartness "that no American
woman ever approaches, even when she
has her gown 1 made by the best Paris
artists. Mrs. Gouraud has traveled all 1
over the world in 1 ivilized and uncivil- i
ized countries, and she made a special
study of women and their fashions. Ac-
cording to her view they are nucm
more interesting than men, whom she t
claims you can read at sight, but that I
a. woman is always a sealed book, in a '
foreign tongue, at whos-e inner mean- J
ing you are- always guo:J:lng, and that i
15 tiitr sci ul iri CLfwiiii iaav.iuaiivu.
PUT OIL CAN TOO CLOSE
TO STOVE AND TWO ARE BURNED.
Bisbee, Ariz., Dec 1. Jesse Wells
and Herbert McCutcheon were badly J
burned and nearly $1000 property dam
age was done by the explosion of ker
osene oil at the Bisbee Extension miner
12 miles west of Bisbee. The oil had
been placed near a stove a"hd becaipe
heated, exploding and setting fire to
the boarding 'house.
JUAREZ FOUNTAIN IS '
COMING SOON, SAYS DONOR
Mrs. Minnie Maddern Fiske, the no-1
table actress, has written that the ani- '
mal drinking fountain promised Ciu
dad Juarez as the result of her visit
here, is soon to be shipped. The foun-
tain will come as a present from the
American Humane alliance, of which
Mr. Fiske is a director.
The Philosophers and the
Dr. Safford, for many years profes- ,
Bor of cnemistry in the Medical Col- j
lege of the University of Nashville, j
used to tell his students a fable the '
moral of which was "prove it." Cer
tain wise men were gathered together
to ascertain the explanation of a state- '
.ment that when two glasses of water
of equal weight are balanced on the ,
beams of a balance scale and a frog
is then put in one of the vessels the j
balance remains the same, thus at
tempting to prove the assertion that
a frog has no weight when Immersed
In water. Each wise man had his own
explanation, and there was much
heated argument and discussion. At
length one of the wise men said: "But
Is your statement true? Let's prove
it." Of cotirse when it came to prov
ing it, they couldn't.
So when j-ou hear people say that
Coca-Cola is injurious, just ask them 1
to prove It. They can t. Nobody can,
because 4t is not injurious. But on
the other hand It can be proved that
It Is not Injurious by chemical analy
sis. Or If you are not a cnemist
yourself, why not accept the verdict
of every competent chemist who ever
analyzed It? Eminent College and
University Chemists, Commercial Chpm
ists, Government, State and City Chem
ists all have analyzed Coca-Cola and I
not one has ever been able to find any
thing injurious In it. The very next
time you hear anyone say that Coca
cola contains deleterious Ingredients
tell him to write the Coca-Cola Co., At
lanta, Ga., for a free copy of their book
let. "Tne Truth About Coca-Cola, In
the meantime write for a copy for your
self you will find it very interesting-.
diamond should suggest Sllkeer'
Bid it of Gas, Sourness and
' Fermentation in five Min;
utes, with 'Mi-o-na
Kelly & PoUurd Sell Tkem aad Gwnix
You at food to keep yourself alire.
"When you put food into a healthy
stomach it Is the duty of that stomach
to extract from the food all of its nu
This nutritious matter is passed along
to the blood, and in turn is carried to
and" supplies life to every part of the
If your atomach is upset it docs not
extract enough nourishment to supply
the wants of the body, and naturally
disease develops wherever the body I3
Stomach trouble or indigestion causea
dizziness, biliousness, nervousness, wesJc
eyes, side headaches, .sleeplessness,
nightmare, waterbrash, belching- ol
sour food, foul breath, despondency,
constipation and even loss of energy
For any stomach trouble, no matter
ko7 bad Kelly & Pollard sell and,
guarantee Mi-o-na. stomach tablets to
give quick relief and permanent cure.
or money back.
A large box costs but 50 cents at
Kelly & Pollard's and druggists every
where. They are small and easily
awallowed, and used regularly they
wiU surely cure indigestion.
HTSTSAD OF JUDGES
Arizona Constitutional Con
vention Cuts All State
Phoenix, Ariz., Dec. 1. In a session
replete with heated speeches, the con
stitutional convention, applied the ax
to the annual salaries of prospective
state officials of the new state. The
governor's salary was cut from $5000
to $4000, secretary of state from $4000
to $3500, Judges of the supreme jcourt
from $G000 to $4000, and superior
judges to $400Q in the five principal
counties and-$3000 In the remaining
counties. When one delegate asked if the
members wanted a competent judge or
a blacksmith to pass upon their
rights, he was greeted with cries of
AJ8SAYEES & CHEMISTS
Independent Assay Qiilom
D. W. BacxHAJtx. "E.M.. Proprietor,
AgsKt for Ors Skippers Assays tmi
Chemical Analgsls. Mines xsWd
and Reported Upon. Bullion WerM 4
Spectaltg. p Q Box 88
Office and Laboratory:
Car. Sm Frim&cs t CMfairiua Sta.
EL PASO. TEXAS.
Custom Assay Office.
CRITCEETT &, FERGUSON.
Assayers, Chemists, Metallurgists.
Agents for Ore Shippers.
210 San Francisco St. Phone 324.
llUUt A51MMA COUGHS
BRONCHITIS CATARRH COLDS
e and csJectjre treataeat for oroa
chial troubles, avoiding dross. Vaporized Crcso-
lene stops the paroxysms of Whooping Cough and 1
reheres Croup at once. It is a letn to sufferers I
from Asthma. The air rendered strongly antisep
tic, inspired with crenr breath, makes breathing
easy; soothes the sore throat and stops the cough,
assuring restiui mgnts. it is toruaasic to cciccn
with voansr children.
Send us posral for descriptive booklet.
Try Crtultr.c Ar.tittftlc
Th-tat Tablets for the
irritated throat. They
are simple, effective and
antiseptic Of your
druggist cr from us, ioc
Yano Crcsolenc Co. i J V-P
At Fountains & Elsewhere
Tlia Original and Osnuine
The Food-drink for All Jlgss,
At restaurants, hotels, and fountains.
Delicious, invigorating and sustaining.
Keep it en your sideboard at home.
Don't travel vithcut it
A quick luncn ureuared in a aian!s.
Take no imitation. JasayHGRLKTS."
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