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The Corset Store of El Paso
which began this A. M., interferes
in no way with the demonstration of
Bon Ton Corsets
Our expert corseiiere is in charge
We asfa customers to avail them
selves of this opportunity.
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I In I 1 1 as 3
EAR THE BOBDE
I WILL PEOHIBIT ENTRY
OF MEXICAN ORANGES
(Continued From Page 1.)
But for Fifteen Long Years,
Mrs. Dickson Could Not
Stand on Her Feet For
Any Length of Time.
Dallas. Tex. "I cannot recom-
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TnPTlH I JrntTT- trW WOTnan S tOIHC. LOO cYro-nmA.i lino Tti... Ininr .Mc- Sma
.... ., - rj t rv i I the troop train patrols continued along
jugniy, writes ivirs. ix. j. ii, i tne Central, the rebels becoming ac
of 2907 Bryan Street, this city. "It
is the greatest boon to those suffering
from womanly trouble, in existence.
For 1 5 years, I was a sufferer from
such severe pains, caused from 'womanly
trouble, I could not walk, or even stand
on my feet, long at a time. I also
had backaches and headaches. I com
menced taking Cardui, the woman's
tonic, and now I can walk anywhere I
want to, do my own work, and feel
better than I have for ten, years.
I am so thankful that I took your
medicine, as I feel like a new woman
My advice to all women is to try
Cardui, the woman's tonic, when they
feel they need a tonic, as it will cer
tainly do for them, what it has done
for me." j
Cardui goes to the weak spots and
helps to make them strong. It is for
the weak, bred, nervous, irritable
women, who feel as though everything
were wrong, and who need something
to quiet their restless nerves, and
strengthen their wornout systems.
Thousands of women now enjoy
good health asva result of taking Car
dui. Whj not you? Try it. At all
N. B. Write to: Chattanooga Medi
cine Co., Ladles' Advisory Dept.. Chat
tanooga, Tenn., for Special Instructions
on your case and 64-pace book. "Home
Treatment for "Women," sent in plain
there appears to be a logical action
in destroying the railways below the
border here. "While continually cutting
the North "Western, until at last the
railway company appears to have given
up attemnis to repair the line, the
rebels left unhindered traffic on the
qualnted with the movements of the
troop trains. So when the Central was
cut at last, the troop trains were left
to the south, nearer the state capital
The yires Repaired.
After burning many bridges on both
railways between Juarez and Chihua
hua city, the rebels have permitted the
repairing of the telegraph lines. This
enables them to use the wires for their
own purpose, and at the same time hear
all that is transmitted by the federals.
Communication with the state capital
was opened yesterday on the Mexican
Central railway lines, the North West
ern road wires previously having been
repaired. The first news was that the
marooned passenger train of last "Wed
nesday after four days' delay arrived
safely at 6:16 p. m. Saturday. All the
passengers were well, the railway
messages of Sunday said, but "very
soiled." "Water was used for drinking
purposes only, it appears.
While nothing was said of the move
ments of the military trains, also ma
rooned by the rebels, it was stated that
the government railway was open from
Chihuahua as far north as "Villa Ahu
znada. Prom that point to Candelaria
all bridges are reported burned.
A work train guarded by 104 infan
trymen of the Juarez garrison left early
Monday morning to begin repairing1 the
Central railway about 50 miles to the
south. This leaves less than 200 men
at Juarez. The work train will return
each night so that the troop guard may
be used at Juarez during darkness.
Iiiic xcibou vcuuiu mica were in
terrupted again Monday morning shortly
alter ine aeparture oi me work train
It was said that repair -work on the
line occasioned the interruption.
Mexico Makes Protest Against Action
of United States Department of
Washington, T. C., Jan. 20. The Mex
ican government, through the state de
partment, has protested to the depart
ment of agriculture against the con
templated action of the federal horti
cultural board, which is preparing to
quarantine all Mexican orange3 from
importation into the United States.
Agents of the board have reported that
practically all Mexican oranges are in
fected with the orange maggot and if
importation of the fruit is not prevent
ed the Insect will get into tho United
Infected Mexican oranges already
have been discovered In New Orleans.
California has quarantined the Mexican
product Following the protest the fed
eral horticultural board has agreed to
give a representative of the Mexican
government a hearing in the near fu
ture, but it Is probable the board will
issue tho quarantine order, as the Gulf
states and California fruit growers are
demanding that the maggot be kept out
of this country.
ua i Rtf tin
TheyknowBooth's Hyomei wiUCore
and they use it intelligently
How many women or refinement do
you see parading disgusting symptoms
of catarrh before the world?
Not one in a thousand.
Women b&ve patience; a great deal
more of It than men. Most of them
know that HYOMEI will banish catarrh
If used "properly and they use it regu
larly because they realize what a
genuine blessing it is to be rid of
such a vile disease.
People don't contract catarrh in a
day: they can't expect to get rid of It
In a day.
If you really want to free yourself
from the power of persistent catarrh
microbes get a HYOMEI outfit to-day,
breathe regularly and kill the germs.
There is no stomach dosing; the di
rections are simple and easily followed,
a complete HYOMKI outfit inclining
pocket inhaler S1.00, extra bottles of
HYOMEI if afterward needed 50 cents
at druggists everywhere. Guaranteed
for catarrh, coughs, colds. Mall orders
filled, charges prepaid by Booth's Hy
omei Co.. Buffalo, N. Y. Booklet on
catarrh free. Kelly & Pollard guaran
tees it. Advertisement.
DIAXS KIXD BUIiTilOX
STOLBX BY BAXDIT GA3TG
Mazatlin, Sin., Mex., Jan. 20. Three
bars of the bullion that were stolen
from the pack train of the Panuco Min
ing company, en route to this city, were
discovered buried at shallow depth by
indian trailers and turned over to the
TELLS TAFT ABOUT
Mtfnagcr of Nelson 3IorrIs Ranches Is
Given to Understand That Taft "Will
Bequeath Trouble to Wilson.
Midland, Texas. Jan. 20. W. N. Pence,
of Midland, general manager of all the
Nelson Morris cattle ranches in this
country and Mexico, has returned from
a conference In Washington with presi
dent Taft in regard to the outrages
committed by rebels upon American
Mr. Pence went to Washington by In
vitation and the conference "with the
president took place in the cabinet
room. Secretary Knox and the mem
bers of the senate Mexican Investiga
tion committee were also present. Mr.
Pence manages one ranch of over
1,000,000 acres .in Chihuahua, which has
suffered severely from rebel depreda
tions. He gave the president much
new and authenticated information
about oonditlons in Mexico. President
Taft gave the impression upon his vis
itor that he intended to bequeath the
whole trouble to his successor, Mr. Wilson.
PAROLED REBELS ARE
SENT AFTER OTHERS
Tepic Mex., Jan. 20. The last active
band of rebels in this territory, that of
Renteria, who caused more or less trou
ble in both Teplc and Slnaloa during
the past year, was converted last week
into faithful followers of the govern
ment flag by the parols route. Twenty
of the 23 men paroled were sent Dack
Into the Sierra under command of Ren
teria to try to round up other strag
gling rebels and get them, to lay down
DRUSO TREVIXO CAl'lSUiiETH
HAD THREATENED TRAINS
Monterey, Mexico, Jan. 20. Bruno
Trevino, who at the head of a small
band of rebels has been operating in
the territory between this city and
Saltillo. in the neighboring state of
Coahuila, was captured by federal sol
diers in Villa de Garcia.
Trains over the National lines were
detained here one whole night when
it was known that Trevino and his men
were near Garcia as an attack upon
the trains was feared. The trains are
reported to have carried large amounts
or silver bullion, which was being
shipped to the United States.
REBELS XKAR MEXICO CITY
FORCE TRAINS TO SUSPEND
Mexico City. Mexico. Jan. 20. By or
rfr . 9.en- Banquet, traffic between
ZiV'c2 C,t and Toluca has been sus
? Hr??l5,B to the Presence of rebels
nlwL- crlct. A biS band is reported
f iZw Aneelo and Contreras, a
hamlet about eight miles from Mexico
wPta;n' ln t5e state of Mexico, has
rrfnn fLtbe rebels and " sraa11
? I,wPtd out Petalatlan, north
ne rebels ' M also Dcen caPtured by
COLDEST WEATHER BJT
YEARS AT MAZATLAN
Mazatlan, Slnaloa, Mex., Jan. 20. The
cold wave that swept over the United
States was felt here to some extent, the
temperature going down to only nine
dergees Centigrade above freezing,
which is the coldest recorded in many
The expiration of the trust agreement
among the sugar producers byv which
the price had been maintained forv years
caused a slashing of prices and a re
duction from around 30 cents per
kilo to as low as 12 cents. Recently
the two largest mills in Slnaloa, at Los
Mochis and Navolato, both American
propositions, have made an agreement
with the big Spanish house of Agulrre,
In Teplc. to divide the trade territory
and maintain prices, and recent sales
have been at 19 cents per kilo.
The national chamber of commerce ln
Mexico City, with branches in all the
principal cities, is endeavoring to sys
tematize the observance of holidays,
and the banks have agreed to observe
this year only 10 whole and seven half
holidays, not counting Sundays.
REBELS TAKE TOWN;
Monterey, Mex., Jan. 20. Reports
have reached here that a band of 50
rebels captured the small town of Za
ragoza. In the southern part of this
state. After capturing the place, a
search was made for both, the mayor
and the alcalde suplente and they were
both executed by the rebels.
Soldiers from the neighboring towns
of Galeana, Rayones and Dr. Arroyo
were ordered by military headquarters
ln this city to proceed against the
rebels and retake the town. It Is said
that the rebels are well armed. Only
six of their men were killed ln the at
tack at Zaragoza.
Rumors are current here that a band
of men, numbering at least 200 and all
of them well armed, has risen up
against the government in the town of
Sabinas Hidalgo, between this city and
A MASS MEETING
Mexico City, Mex., Jan. 20. Late dis
patches from Acapulco. which Is be
lieved to be Invested by rebels, an
nounce the arrival in that vicinity of
Gen. Zozoya, at the head of federal
forces sent to relieve the inhabitants.
The dispatches further say that skir
mishing has occurred around Acapulco.
Five members of the chamber of dep
uties were among the speakers at a
mass meeting held Sunday to protest
against the imprisoning of a newspa
per man. All bitterly arraigned the
government, while deputy Mohene gave
a pledge to demand justice from the
courts and declared If that was refused
he would call upon the people to re
volt Another deputy said that in the event
of intervention, however, they would
be with Madero. The audience shouted:
"No! We will fight, but without hlml"
BORDER PATROL STRENGTHENED.
Night border patrols along the fron
tier have been strengthened In antici
pation of a renewal of ammunition
smuggling, since the rehels have ap
proached nearer to Juarez on the Cen
MONTEREY HAS NEW MAYOR.
Monterey, Mexico, Jan 20. On Sun
day morning official declarations of
the election of Nicefero Zambrano as
mayor of this city was made In the
municipal palace here.
I ciiv enocEftY r
Has Is W i COMPANY L
Of Kingsford'e Jams and Preserves, in glass. Regular
25c sellers ....-
Preserves Strawberry. Quince, Figs, Peaches.
Jams Plum Apricot. Blackberry. Grape, Peach.
f-ppual prices gin bv thv dozen.
PrRHAM CREAMERY BUTTER, Per lb .35c
CHANGE TO BE MADE IN
HANDLING CUSTOMS FUNDS.
Changes will be made in the dis
bursements of the United States treas
ury department after February 1,
which will have a direct effect upon
the finances of the El Paso custom
house. After that date disbursing of
ficers will deposit all funds to the
treasurer and checks will be drawn
for all disbursements here on the
treasurer. In the past warrants were
sent from the treasury department to
the custom house and deposited to the
official account of the collector. From
this warrants were drawn to cover the
expenses of the month.
ALLEGED OPIUM SMUGGLERS
ARE CAPTURED AT TUCSON
Tucson, Ariz., Jan. 20. Vicente Ra
mirez alleged opium smuggler, Yee
Woo. who is charged with being a
wholesaler, were arrested here by cus
toms Inspectors from Nogales, who had
trailed Ramirez to Tucson and watched
the outskirts of the city until the Chi
naman appeared. Twenty tins of opium
RICE GROWERS WANT
A PROTECTIVE TARIFF
Washington, r. C, Jan. 20. Repre
sentative Broussard. of Louisiana;
W. B. Dunlap, of Beaumont, Tex.,
president of an association of rice
producers in Texas, Louisiana and
Arkansas, and C. L. Breaux, of New
Orleans, appearing before the house
ways and means committee today
wanted the present tariff maintained
to protect rice growers against labor
of the orient.
Breaux and members of the com
mittee argued over the comparative
need of duties on rice and sugar. Fi
nally representative Longworth asked:
"What would be the effect on Louisi
ana of making rice and sugar free of
"If the effect is so serious as to an
nihilate the rice and sugar business,
then Louisiana would be in a condition
of distress such as has not occurred
since the civil war," said tho witness.
R. Tyner Smith, of Baltimore, asked for
a uniform rate of 20 percent advalorem
on pineapples. He claimed that under
the present law, imposing a higher
rate, the Hawaiian pineapple packers
had nearly and would soon entirely
secure' a monopoly of tho trade in pine
apples. E. W. Durkee, of New York, for the
American Spice association, wanted the
present tariff on spices to remain. R.
W. McCormlck, of Baltimore, contended
that a prohibitive rate on spices should
be maintained for protection against
impure food products from abroad.
Argues Indian OH Lenes.
T. J. Leahy, representing the Osage
indian councillors recently deposed by
secretary Fisher, occupied the entire
time today before the house Indian
affairs committee, of which representa
tive Steffens of- Texas Is chairman, hear
ing charges that the secretary, acting
favorably to the Standard Oil company,
had refused to permit the indians to
lease their Oklahoma lands to the
Undo Sam Oil company. Mr. Leahy
declared there was nothing improper
or criminal In the negotiations for the
Uncle Sam leases. The department of
'justice is about to present the result
of its Investigation regarding them to
a federal grand Jury.
Secretary Fisher was waiting to make
his statement, but the committee ad
journed until tomorrow.
Colorado Takkes Oatn.
Colorado now has two United States
senators for the first time since the
death of senator Chas. J. Hughes in
Former governor Geo. S. Thomas
was today sworn in as a senator
from that state to fill the unexpired
term. His credentials were presented
by senator Guggenheim. The senate
also" received the new credentials of
Wm. Alden Smith, of Michigan, who
was reelected last week.
Reject Immigration Bill.
Following a vigorous fight upon it,
led by senator La Follette the confer
ence report of the Burnett-Dillingham
immigration bill was rejected by the
senate today because of a clause, which
it was claimed would exclude a ma
jority of Jew Immigrants from Rus
sia and Roumania. At the request of
senator Lodge the bill went back to
conference which will be asked to elim
inate the feature.
STOP AT SANTA FE
Vice President Elect Will Address Ari
zona and New Mexico Legisla
tures Before Going East.
Phoenix. Ariz.. Jan. 20. Vice presi
dent elect Thomas R. Marshall and
wife are resting quietly at the ranch,
home of Mrs. Marshall's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. W. E. Kimsey. 11 miles north
east of Phoenix. They will remain
there till shortly before the inaugura
"When we arrived at Lamy, N. M.,
a committee from the legislature, which
is in session at Santa Fe, met us and
was determined that I should make
the side trip to Santa Fe and deliver
an address, said Mr. Marshall. "I
promised them that we would visit
Santa Fe on our way back if we could
arrange satisfactory train connections."
Governor Marshall will be Invited to
address tfie Arizona legislature, which
will convene Feb. 3. The only address
that he has agreed to deliver Is at the
dedication of a high school at Glendale,
nine miles northeast of Phoenix.
WILSON WILL HAVE
NO INAUGURAL BALL
If Public Reception Is Decided Upon
Mrs. Wilson nnd Her Daughters
Are Not Expected To Attend.
Washington, D. C, Jan. 20. There
will be no inaugural ball in connection
with the ceremonies of inaugurating
president-elect Wilson. -The committee
In charge so officially decided today
and was Informed by telephone from
Trenton that should a public reception
be planned ln its stead. Mrs. Wilson and
the daughters of the president-elect
should not be expected to attend.
It was decided to leave tho reception
feature to congress.
STATES ARE SLOW IN
FILING ELECTORAL VOTE.
Washington, T. C Jan. 20. In order
to comply with the law It will be
necessary for all the states to get
their electoral returns to Washington
so they can be in the hands of the
president of the senate by Monday.
January 27. Only 15 states have re- l
porteu Dy messenger ana 3 ny mail.
Those reporting by messenger are:
Connecticut, Delaware, Illinois. Indi
ana, Iowa, Kensas, Maryland, Ne
braska. New Jersey, North Carolina,
Pennsylvania, Rhode Island. South Da
kota, Vermont and West Vlrgjhla. All
others lack only a week of being delinquent.
PROPOSE TO SEPARATE PROHinS
FROM CHURCH ORGANIZATIONS
Indianapolis Ind., Jan. 20. "God will
never settle the liquor question, be
cause he has no vote," was the way C
J. Hall, of Colifornia, voiced his ap
proval of a movement to separate the
Prohibition party from all churoh or
ganizations at a session of the national
A. R. Buekman; of Norrls, Wis., said
he kept a saloon to show the people
how they wasted 115,000 and won. in
his fight to elect Prohibitionists to all
Q. L. Morrow, of South Dakota, op
posed holding meetings- ln 'churches
and the taking of collections.
CARLSBAD MAN HAS
Load of Fine Shot' Is Fired Into Face
of John W. Price "While Out
Hunting Near Artcsla.
Artesia, N. M., Jan. 20. John W
Price, of Carlsbad, assessor of Eddy
county for four years, met with a
serious if not fatal accident at the
ranch of Ed. Lamb, seven miles south
east of Artesia. near the Penasco river.
With two companions, he had been
hunting and had got in his automobile
ready to depart for Carlsbad, when Ed
Lamb reached out to hand him an au
tomatic hammerless shot gun that
went off,- discharging its contents in
Price's face. The fine shot tore the
left side of his face open from his
upper lip to his cheek bone, where
quite- a hole was made. Part of the
cteek b)n-9 was reii'tivec: None of
thi'S.i wh vil t.tti the accident could
account for the gun's discharge. Price
was tnen tasen io uajrau wce mo
tors from Artesia were summoned.
They found Price conscious, but are
unable to state whether his wounds
will prove fatal, as some of the shot
came close to the brain. This is thi
stcond serious accident Price has sus
tained. About five years ago at
riagerman, wniie sunns on iiw jjmc
form at the depot, he was struck by a
swinging door of a refrigerator car in
motion, that crippled him for life.
FT. SUMNER RENEWS
NEW COUNTY MOVE
Santa Rose, N. M., Jan. 20. Local In
terest is being manifested ln the re
vival of the proposition to create a new
county from a part of this county and
others, to be known as Sumner county,
with the historic town of Fort Sum
ner as the county seat. A bill for this
purpose was introduced as the last ses
sion of the legislature, but failed to
pass both houses. The boosters' club
of Fort Sumner has a committee now
In Santa Fe for the purpose of urging
the passage of the bill at this session.
The principal arguments advanced in
this county in opposition to the propo
sition, are based upon questions of
finance. This county is already carry
ing a heavy bonded indebtedness that
represents the cost of its own public
buildings not yet paid for, and has a
floating indebtedness of several thou
sand dollars. The Belen cutoff of the
Santa Fe, which has developed a large
portion of the county. Increasing the
expenses very materially, has not sup
plied any of the revenue, and does not
become taxable until the present year.
COUNTESS, WITH MAIDS.
IS VISITOR IN THE CITY
Countess de Catelmenordo, maids,
etc. Is at the Taso del Norte She is
from England and was on a Tnovrr trip
ii Los Arg-clcs but left her car at
CAUFORNIA STATE SENATOR
FAArORS ASIATIC EXCLUSION
Sacramento, Calif., Jan. 20. Senator
J. B. Sanford, of Ukiab, Democratic
national committeeman for California.
Introduced a Joint resolution Into the
senate today favoring Asiatic exclusion
as proposed by a bill Introduced ln
congress by representative John F.
Raker, of California.
The resolution declares "there Is a
Jjisapprehension in the east as regards
California's position regarding Oriental
immigration." it was referred to the
cjommltee on federal relations.
MRS. ORNER KILLED
HUSBAND, IS CHARGE
Mrs. Agnes Orner, now at Midland,
Tex. awaiting trial on the charge of
having killed hsr daughter, Lillie, by
poisoning, has been Indicted by the
grand jury of El Paso county on a
charge of having caused the death of
VoiTnhsbaJla' AH!d Orner, on July 27.
3-2U9, by the administration of poison.
TEN THOUSAND STRIKERS
REBEL; REFUSE INCREASE
New York Jan. 20. Ten thousand
girls, of the 37,000 affected Saturday by
the agreement between shirtwaist and
dress manufacturers and their employes
rebelled today ot the terms of the
agreement, and remained out on strike.
The other 27.000 went to work at in
Several clashes "between the strikers,
pickets and the police occurred today.
get new life and vigor by
i uuung ocorc s nmuision
after every meal.
It revitalizes the watery
blood and furnishes Nature
with new nourishment to make
red, active, hecithy Mood and feeds
the nerve eesiten. Scott's
Emulsion strengthens the
bones and clothes them with
Scott's Emulsion assimi
lates so quickly it conserves
energy and compels nenitn.
Roott lb- nmmc ISoomSeld. N J. 12-7
34TH DISTRICT COURT.
Dan M. Jackson, Presiding.
G. Ross, charged with burglary;
pleaded guilty and given two years in
Martha B. Covert vs. D. A. Covert,
suit for divorce; filed.
Loraine Delaney vs. Frank Delaney,
suit for divorce; granted.
Criminal Case Settings, Wednesday,
January 22, 1013.
5874 Jose Lopez et als, burglary.
5855 Rosendo Ariosa, burglary.
5844 Frank Collins, burglary.
6873 F. Talamantes et al. burglary.
Thursday, Jan. 23, 1013.
5SS7 Encarnacion Castillo, forgery.
5831 Victor Ramirez, theft.
Ballard Cold vi ell. Presiding.
C E. Stewart, charged with theft;
Cleopas Lopez, charged with carry
ing a dirk: complaint filed.
E. B. McClintock. Presiding.
Pedro Rodriguez and Manuel Porros.
charged with murder of Jose Torin;
examining trial ln progress.
WILL BUILD INTERURBAN
TO LAS CRUCES. SAYS REPORT
When the interurban line to Ysleta
Is completed, the Stone & Webster com
pany expect to begin plans for the
construction of a similar line from El
Paso to Las Cruces, a dlslance of 43
miles. This Is a part of the Interurban
extension plan for the Rio Grande val
ley, which has been decided upon, it is
WOUNDS BROTHER; KILLS SELF.
Long Beach. Calif.. Jan. 20. Scott
Dibert. the mentally deranged youth
who shot his brother. Ammon Dibert,
last night and then fired a bullet Into
his own head, died today. Ammon
Dibert will recover. Mrs. Anna Dibert.
the mother, who brought the boys here
from Topeka. Kansas, is critically ill
from nervous prostration and does not
know of the tragedy
V. S. TO BUILD FUEL SniP.
Washington. D. C, Jan. 20. Secretary
Meyer today decided that one of the
two new fuel ships should be built at
the Mare Island ship yard. It has not
been decided at what yard the other is
to be built.
CHICAGO DETECTIVE IS KILLED.
Chicago. Ill-, Jan. 20. Detective Pe
ter Hart was shot and killed this
afternoon while watching a South
Michigan avenue garrage, said to be
the headquarters of the gang of auto
mobile bandits led by JamesB. Perry.
aiayor . -j w.j wwa v;.
W Fassett. left Saturday for Austin.
Texas, carrying with them the printed
forms of the water, sewer and street
grading bonds, aggregating $350,060.
The bonds "will oe registered In the
state controlers office. The city offi
cials are expected to return ln five
Deeds 40 Years Old Are Filed.
Deeds executed In 1873, 40 years ago,
were filed for record in the county
clerk's office Saturday. The deeds were
from the town of Ysleta, conveying
property located in that place to Julian
Apodaca. Jesus Guerra, M. Duran, S.
Virgil, C. Rentorio, and Pablo Romero
The deeds from the town were signed
by B. Mariano as acting mayor.
D. Storms Favors Street Parking.
T. Storms of El Paso sends The
H. raid a fine photograph of Orange
Ornve avenue in Pasadena. Calif and
ursii the s"jcnl idoption here nf the
-r t pirK'tie- " "f now r' ictn -llv
i 1 v sal in. the S"jthern California
Main Store Grocery Dept., 4340; Meat Dept., 4346.
Store No. 2 Grocery Dept., 4717; Meat Dept., 4714.
You'll Pay Less Here
California Canned Fruits, 3 lb. size,
any variety or assort- Ejrr
ment, 3 cans 5v?C
Sliced or Grated Pine- nP-,
apples l's, 2 cans &Jr
Sliced or Grated Pine- Clf
apples 2's, per can tjKr
Asparagus Tips or Full OP
Lengths Per can tJK-
Asparagus Tipa Perfect- OA
j white, per can tjQ,
Asparagus Tips Green, ng
2 cans uOC
Green Chili Peeled, n"
3 cans SOC
Phnentas Extra quality, y P"
Oranges All swee navels, doz
en 40e, 35c, 30 OP
AppIes The choicest of ftp
the season. 3, 4 and 5 lbs. OC
Celery and Head Let- fl P
tuce Each 2 for IOC
Carrots, Beets, Turnips, P
etc 2 bunches OC
Potatoes Choice stock, ey P
12 lbs ..- 6UC
Cranberries n f"
2 quarts for -. ....mUC
Bananas Niee and firm, Offc
per dozen ,vfC
Lemons Smooth, and 3"l
juicy, per dozen 3C
Blue Ribbon Eggs (always guaranteed) doz. .40c
Van Camp's Pork and
Beans 3 cans
Empson's or Van Camp's
Hominy ;Per can ...-...
Canned Milk Large size,
Peas Extra sifted, excel
lent quality 3 eans
Republic Peas Extra
sifted, per can ..........
3 cans ;...
Canned, hand picked, 2 for
Corn Excellent, 2 cans. . .
Mushrooms According to
size, 35c and
Blue Ribbon- Coffee Free
of chickory, per lb
Eyster's Speeial Blend
Coffee Per lb .
Per lb i.......
White House Coffee
Alta, Steel Cut Coffee
Bulk Tea Any variety,
Lipton's Teas Per pkg.
65c, 35c and
Mexican Peaberry Cof
White or Yellow Pearl
Meal 6 lbs
Ralstoa's or Aunt Jemi
ma's Paneake Flour, pkg. .
Raisten's Prepared Buck
wheat Fkmf 2 for
Blue Ribbon Butter-lb
-better butter is impossible
Del Monte Preserves All
varieties, each, per jar.
Grapev Jelly Really home P
made, 2 glasses &OC
Plum Jelly Really home p
made, per glass IwC
Currant Jelly Really
home made, per glass.
DelMonte Preserves J f(
5 lb. tins, per tir t L JJ
Tea Garden Preserves
Any variety, per jar.
Del Monte Catsup None P
better, per bottle. 25c and. IOC
Soups Campbell's, Fran
co-American, Sniders, can.
2 pkgs ............
Cream of Wheat
Per pkg .............
3 pkgs ....... .....
Post Toasties or Com
Flakes 3 pkgs
Food Per pkg
Per nkg ..
Currants Recteaaed, -fl ft;,
per pkg IVC
Dates Per lb. or pkg, OP
2 for . OC
Blue Ribbon Flour Si$i865
Honey White and niee,
Beach Nut Jams and
Jellies Per jar
Cocoa, Bakers Per can
45c, 25c and
Salman Tall can,
Sockeye Salmon Per can
2 cans .'.
Jaek Tar Sardines In
pure olive oil, per can. . . .
All White Laundry
Soaps 6 bars
Pearl White Soap
7 bars for
White Star Soap
7 bars for .
Ivory Soap Large size,
Gold Dust Largest
10 lbs -.
Eastern, corn fed beef, exclusively. It isn't possible for any one to have
better meats. We are even more particular than the U. S. inspector, as
only the best of his is accepted here.
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FOR STATE BOARD
'Continued From rage 1.)
senate by senator J. N. Kaufman of
Galveston and the bill will also be In
troduced this week ln the house. The
bill of senator Kaufman provides for
the creation of a board composed of
flTe optometrists, and after the board
shall have been appointed by the gov
ernor, applicants for licenses shall have
120 dgys after the appointment of the
board to certify their names to take
the examination and two years irom
that period to qualify.
JudKe L W. Hill, member of the leg
islature from Walker county, says he
will not introduce his general peni
tentiary bill in the house until he has
succeeded in having passed his bill pro
viding for the issuance of ?3,000,000 of
state penitentiary bonds. When this
bill has passed then he will present
the other. This latter bill provides
among other thlng3 for the total abol
ishment of the "bat." It also elimi
nated the 10 cents per diem now paid
the convicts. In this connection, how
ever, judge Hill says that provision is
made to pay meritorious convicts; nis
bill will leave the payment to the dis
cretion of the prison commission.
Governor Colquitt announces that he
and Mrs. Colquitt will Rive a reception
to the members of the legislature Wed
m sdav eenin- at the ex-cutie man--ion
Ti is r i -ntiun -will he .in ,
evening followinc tne inaugural ball. 1
H Sore Lungs and a Dry H
S Hacking Cough can bo H
H relieved by using H
S Ballard's I
I Syrup 1
H Its effect la. tho lungs ls9j
SS soothing and healing; very Bj
EM gratifying to thoso who are H
MB lleves tightness, loosens SB
H phlegm, clears the voice of 9j
hoarseness and quiets all irrl- Bj
91 tated conditions, so that tho H
H sleeD is no longer disturbed at 9j
Price 25c, 53c and SiXK). fig
HI Buy the $1.00 size. It con-BJ
9 tains five times as much as the, Bj
H 25c size, and you get with each, S
NJ bottle a Dr. Herrlck's Red Pep- 9
per Porous Plaster for the chestH
JamesF.BaHard.Prop. St.LougHo. J
!S Stephens Eye Salve te a healing H
ointment for Sore Eyes. JM