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Your Old Jewelry
W3 oall particular attention to our being specialists in mod
ernising jewelry. By this we mean that we have one of
the BUt complete, and modern, manufacturing plants in the
United States. This plant, situated directly above our store, is
in charge of Mr. Alberts, one of the best experts in the country.
0r work in all lines, but particularly in platinum, is the most
artistic and porfoetly executed that is to be found anywhere.
We Submit Designs Gratis
We "Bill be pleased lo submit draftings showing in detail the
finished piece. If you have an idea for a piece of jewelry, we
mill be glad lo cany out your idea. Bring your old jewelry in
and lei us talk the matter over. '
'The mere thought of buying a diamond should suggest Silbcrberg's'
8 Half Store forRent 8
I Best Retail Location in i
I Town. Rent $160.00. 1
1 Phone 311.
I Ask for W. T. I
Train No. S, of the Southwestern, the
Golden State Limited, from the north,
due at 3:50 p. ro., is scheduled to arrive
at p. m. All other afternoon and
night trains are reported on time for
Autos, hacks and baggage. Phone 1
will get town night or day.
Dr. Morf ord, obstetrics, diseases of chil
dren & kidneys. Fevers, digestive & nerv-
ous diseases. 212 Roberts-Banner Bldg.
Indict Insurance Adjuster.
New York, N. Y.. Jan. 24. Six more
"arson trust" indictments were returned
by the grand jury. Two of them are di
rected against George Grutz. a fire in
surance adjuster, now "in the Tombs,
and Kalman Newkirk, an attorney, who
is out on baiL The other indictments
are returned against three flat house
owners and the owner of a tailor's shop.
Headquarters for Mazda lamps. Gem
Electric Co., 691 San Antonio St.
Notice to Taxpayers.
State and county taxes for 1912 will
become delinquent if not paid prior to
Feb. 1st, 1918. .
Commencing Monday, Jan. 13th, the
office wli be open from 7 to 9 oclock
In the evening to accommodate those
who cannot come in the day time.
Will L Watson.
County Tax Collector.
Miner Is Awarded $15,000.
Albuquerque, N. M. Jan. 24. Frank
Pacarich, a. coal miner formerly in the
employ of the "Victor-American Fuel
company, at Gibson, N. M.. -was award
ed a verdict in the United States district
court for JIS.OOO. after a trial lasting
two weeks. Pacarich, whq sustained a
broken back through a cavein, in his
suit alleged the cavein was due to neg
ligence of the mining company.
Dr. J.H. Paget, 501 Roberts-Banner Bldg.
Prompt Transrer Service.
For prompt baggage, livery, hack
and freight transfer, call Pomeroys El
Paso Transfer. Phone 2444.
Los Angeles Firemen Injured.
I,os Angeles, CaL, Jan. 24. Fire chief
Archie Kly and eight firemen were in
jured by an explosion of turpentine in
the basement of the Breen hotel, on
Main street, which was damaged to the
extent of ?10fl.89 by fire.
C. H. "Williams & Co., 223 S. Stanton,
aptodate wallpaper and papering.
Dr. Jones, Foot Specialist, Mills Bldg.
Open at night by appointment. Phone 78S
When you see a piece of fur. think
jf Hilton, the wool, fur and hide man.
more tfaum a fapmmkf&si fi
k mmhlmlm ef Wheat , Safe, Mm and iarEs;
Get a package of your grocers today
Forty years experience In the fur busi
ness, with direct outlet to manufactur
ers of Europe. Ship all wild animal
skins to A. H. Hilton Merc, Co., San An
tonio. N. M.
Dr. It- M. Ratllff, dentist, 204-5-6 Ca
Dr. Klein, diseases of lungs, stomach,
intestines. Roberts-Banner Bldg.
Texas Mob Hangs Negro.
Clarksville, Texas, Jan. 2-i Dick
Stanley, a 16 year old negro, who was
obarged with an attempt to assault a
four year old white girl, near Gult
b right. Texas, was hanged by a mob at
Gultbright Sheriff McChristlan was on
his way to jail with the negro when
he was overpowered by a mob.
"Why pay $1-00 per Hour when you
can get your work done for 75c per
hour? We employ union labor; lowest
prices on material.
Qunllty House, 119 X. Stanton St.,
Texas Electrical Supply Company.
I Walters Favor Strike.
New York. N. T., Jan. 24. Eliza
beth Gurley Flynn. leader of the strike
movement which has been smouldering
for more than a month, has announced
that 85 percent of the 6000 waiters and
I hotel employes, members of the Inter
national Motel workers union, nave
voted in favor of a strike.
Mexican Herald on sale at news
wagon, Oregon and San Antonio.
Dr. Garrett, stomach, intestines and
Preacher Charged With Bigamy.
Richmond, CaL, Jan. 24. Rev. Frank
Horn, the "twin pastor," who fled from
here January 16, returned here, was ar
rested on a charge of bigamy and re
leased on $2000 baiL Horn, who was
pastor of the First Baptist church of
Richmond, opposed a suit for divorce
brought against him by Mrs. Eva May
de Tovrea. with the assertion that his
twin brother, and not he, had married
Dr. Robinson, disease of children, and
obstetrics, 211 Roberts-Banner Bldy.
Dr. Bryan, dentist, 107 El Paso street.
Prisoner Starts Fire In Jail.
Pueblo, Colo., Jan. 24. Homer Blue
Richards, who confessed 'a few days
ago that he is wanted in Oklahoma for
complicity in six bank robberies, set fire
to the city jail, where he is confined.
Richards, it is said, has boasted that
he will not be taken from the Jail alive.
Richards was severely burned.
For house wiring and fixtures see
the National Telegraphone and Supply
Company, 317 Mills street.
Dr. Ebert, Dentist, 2G-Z1S Mills Bldg.
CWropodlst, Mrs. Benson, Herald Bldg.
Jury Instructed to Acquit Qutncy.
New York. N. Y.. Jan. 24. The jury
trying Julian Hawthorne, Josiah Quincy
and others for alleged misuse of the
mails to defraud, in promoting mining
schemes, was directed by federal judge
Mayer to return a verdict of not guilty
in the case of three indictments against
Dr. Nettle Sarterlee, osteopath, 413
Mills Bldg., Phone 141.
Dr. A. T. Still Osteopthlc Infirmary.
Dr. Ira W. Collins, physician in chief;
Dr. Amelia Burk, Dr. Grace Parker, Dr.
Paul R. Collins, consulting physicians;
281 West Missouri street,
Dr. Cameron, dentist. 228 Mesa Ave.
" Address at Salvation Army.
Capt. John Greholver addressed the
siege- meeting at the Salvation Army
Thursday night in the absence of Rev.
P. J. Rice, who was unable to be pres
ent. Tonight Rev. C. Wesley Web-
PASTOR AND MEN OF FIRST PRESBYTERIAN
ENTERTAIN MEMBERS WITH MINSTREL SHOW
Business men blacked up as negro
minstrels, professional musicians sing
ing and playing with burnt cork faces,
a minister presiding as Interlocutor and
singing Scotch ballads, were some of
the original stunts of the Men's club
minstrel of the First Presbyterian
church Thursday evening in the club
rooms of the church. ,
The minstrel was a complimentary
entertainment arranged by the mem
bers of the Presbyterian Men's club for
their friends and families. It consisted
of an old fashioned minstrel first part
with ragtime songs, negro ballads and
plantation songs, interspersed with
local jokes on the members of the club.
The opening chorus was "Turkey in
the Straw" by the entire company and
was followed by "Old Uncle Ned," sung
by James A. Dick; "Swing Low, Sweet
Chariot." by W. L. Gaines; "Sugar
Moon," by Rupert 'Redic; "The Red
Rose Rag," by Parvin Witte; "I Love a
Lassie," by Rev. C L. Overstreet. and
a series of local Imitations by Charles
A. Brann. The end men were W. L.
Gaines James A. Dick, T. J. Jones, Nor
man ii. Walker and L L. Lehman.
Rev. C L. Overstreet was interlocu
tor, and the quartet was composed of
Parvin Witte, James A. Dick, E. P.
Rankin and John J. McCourt; Law
rence Jones and Charles Overstreet
The second part, or olio, consisted
of a monolog by Norman Walker, an
Abe Martin reading by Rev. Mr. Over
street, assisted by Charles Overstreet;
a elelghtofhand performance by judge
F. E. Hunter, a piano and drum rag
time duet by Moore and Walker, and a
closing song sketch, "On the Levee," by
the entire troupe. In which Rupert
Redic sang "Chicken,',' and James A.
Dick sang "Old Black Joe."
A very enjoyable social was held on
xuesaay evening a.v m mi "
chapel. The Highland Park B. 1. P.
U. united with the Mizpah class In en
tertaining the children of the Sunday
school with their parents and friends.
Prayer was offered by Rev. A. E. Boyd,
pastor of the Highland -Park church.
Short addresses were made by the pas
tor and W. K. Alther, president of the
Mizpah class. The following partici
pated in the musical part of the pro
gram: Mrs. Page, Mrs. Winkler, Miss
Myrtle Boyd, Miss Essie Beach, Ruth
Grubbs, Exa Downs, Marietta Blain,
Fred Havens, Arthur McCrary. Henry
Downs. Recitations were given by
Mrs A. J. Rose. Mrs. Stella McBride,
Miss Lillian O'Brien, Miss Amy Blanch
ard and Miss Avis Tipton. Cake and
chocolate were served. A very inter
esting guessing contest followed. There
was an attendance of about 100.
ifho Thl1ctVia- !! of thn First
Baptist church will hold a business i
meeting on fcaturoay axmraoun m me
Thursday evening at 6 oclock H. M.
Young and Mrs. iSarah May Julco were
married at the parsonage of the First
Presbyterian church by the pastor. Rev.
Charles L. Overstreet. Mrs. Dulco has
been In he insurance business for
about four years, and Mr. Young is
connected with the G. H. & SAA. rail
road. They will be at home at 791
Mr. and Mrs. John Figuira announce
the engagement and approaching mar
riage of their daughter, Esther, to Jo
seph Ray. of .New York city.
The ladies of the First Christian
church will give a cake sale Saturday.
Januory. 25. at the Central market, 218
San Antonio street. Orders taken for
cakes during the month of February
and March. Phone 2352.
Dae Domestic Cote,
Southwestern Fuel CC
dell, of Trinity Methodist church, will
preach, his subject to be. "Tenting On
the Shores of Time." There will be
Phone 1 When you want autos, hacks
or baggage day or night.
Large Filing Fee.
Austin, Texas, Jan. 24. The South
western Telegraph and Telephone com
pany will pay more than $10,000 to file
papers showing Increase of capital
stock from $20,000,000 to $40,000,000.,
They contended that they owed only,
$200. The attorney general held other
wise. Dr. Jamlcson, diseases of kidneys,
bladder, rectum and skin; 618 Mills Bldg.
Receives Medal For Gallantry.
Washington, D. C, Jan. 24. President
Taft has presented to CapL Josephus
S. Cecil, of the 18th United States in
fantry, the medal of honor voted to him
by congress for gallantry in action in
the Philippines in March, 1906.
El Paso, Friday, Jan. 24, 1913.
El Paso and vicinity: Fair tonight
and Saturday; colder tonight; warmer
New Mexico: Fair tonight and Sat
urday; not much change In tempera
ture. West Texas: Tonight fair; colder In
south portion; Saturday fair and
El Paso Readings.
6 a.m. 6 p.m.
Barometer (sea level).... 30.08 29.92
Dry thermometer 31 51
Wet thermometer 29 39
Dew point ...26 24
Relative humidity 78 32
Direction of wind NW. W.
Velocity of wind 6 6
State of weather Clear. Pt-Cldy
Highest temperature last
24 hours 55
Lowest temperature last
12 hours 31
Height of river this morning above
fixed zero mark, 11.7 feet. Rise in last
24 hours, 0.5 foot.
To A. A. Escontrias to add a second
story building, Santa Fe and San Fran
cisco streets; estimated cost $6000.
To S. D. Gray and son, to erect a'
oncK oungaiow, lots a 10 ., uiuut i,
east El Paso; estimated value $4350.
To J. R. Bogardus, to put in two
brick walls, block 89, Campbell's addi
tion, between Fifth and Sixth; esti
mated cost $125. .
A. J. Underwood, to build a parti
tion, 822 east Missouri street; estimated
El Paso county, Texas Morning Sll-3
Heights Realty company to R. B.
Hutchinson, lots 1 to 32, block 43,
Morning Side Heights; consideration
$500; January 23, 1913.
Government Hill addition Fred J.
Feldman and wife to W. K. Marr and
A. D. Boice, lots 1 to 41. block "O,"
lots 1 to 28, block "M"; lots 1 to 16,
block "N"; all in Hague's subdivision
of Government Hill; consideration
$4300; January 9, 1913.
Hot Wells. Texas John-D. Hackett
to Miss Linda Kincheloe. lots 22 and
23, block 151. Hot Wells; consideration
$25; January 17, 1913.
Licensed to "Wed.
R. H. Sullivan and Worne Giles.
L. B. Larson and Mabel L. Greene.
H. M. Young and Sarah May Duclo.
1311 Mrs K. Kohlbercr, 60 west j
Poulevard; five passenger Hudson. j
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To Mrs Bias Aguillar, 512 1-2 south
MISS HALLIE IRVIN
Telephones 2020 or 2040. day;
and 345, night.
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Dance in Post hall at Fort
Dr. and Mrs. G. B. Calnan
entertain for daughter, Marion,
with a dance.
Country club dance.
Mrs. Harry S. Potter enter
tains at cards for her house
guest. Miss Gladys Smith.
Mrs. John B. Watson enter
tains at bridge.
Mrs. Henry Beach entertains
the Saturday Luncheon club.
Business meeting of the Phi
lathea class of the First Bap
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Cap, And Muff Set
A brocade of dull colors In an old
gold ground makes the hat crbwn and
thegreater part of the muff. The fiat
brim Is faced with a gold colored satin
and also used for 'the lining of the
Around the hat is wound a long
black velvet scarf, also lined with the
gold colored satin. The scarf crosses
in the back and the ends are wound
around the neck as suits the fancy.
The muff is trimmed to match with
Oregon street, January 2.
To Mrs. R. Lujan, 1014 Texas street,
To Mrs. J. R. Johnson. 701 Texas
street, January 20.
To Mrs. H. Marshall Loomis, 71S
north El Paso street; January 20.
POPULAR IX SAXTA ROSA.
Santa Rosa. N. M.. Jan. 24. Motor
cycles are now buzzing through the
streets of Santa Rosa, emitting noise
and smell at the rate of 30 miles an
hour. An agent for motorcycles was
here last week and delivered a num
ber of the two wheeled speed ma
chines and several Santa Rosans are
buying them to make trips to their
claims in the surrounding country.
The west side Pecos river road has
been completed to the big lakes dis
trict, on the Agua Negra grant, and
work is being rushed on the last lap
of It into Santa Rosa. When It Is com
pleted the road will make a fine -auto
mobile highway for the auto owners !
If Your Stomach Is Lacking In Digestive
Power, Why Not Ilelp the
Stomach do Its Work;
Not with drugs, but with a rein
forcement of digestive agents, such as
are naturally, at work In the stomach.
Scientific analysis shows that diges
tion requires nepsin, nitrogenous fer
ments, and the secretion of hydrochlo
ric acid. When your food fails to di
gest, it is proof positive that some of
these agents are lacking In your diges
A Day's Work. Is so Much Piny to the
" w,tM a Stomach Kept Right
With Stuart's Dypcpsla Tablets.
. Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets contain
tnese natural elements necessary to
digestion and when placed at work in
the weak stomach and small Intestines,
supply what these organs need. They
stimulate the gastric glands and grad
ually bring the digestive organs back
to their normal condition.
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets have been
subjected to critical chemical tests at
home and abroad and their composi
tion has been approved by the highest
There is no secret in the preparation
of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets. Their
composition is known amonj physi
cians, as the most popular of all reme
dies for indigestion, dyspepsia, water
brash. Insomnia, loss of appetite, mel
ancholia, constipation, dysentery and
kindred diseases originating from im
proper dissolution and assimilation of
foods, because they are thoroughly re
liable and harmless to man or child.
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets are sold
by all drugsists at 50 cents a box and
are at once a safe and a powerful rem
edy, one grain of the active principle
in these tablets being strong enouch
(by test) to digest 3.000 grains of
Steak, ers ,mo other food Stuart's
PSMxpMi Talil. ts will cli-o"t our
food for nu when your stomach can't
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Mrs. Herman Bloch entertained at her
home 305 East Boulevard, on Wednes
day afternoon in honor of her little
daughter, Esther's first birthday anni
versary and also in honor of her sister
inlaw, Mrs. Joe Kline, of Douglas, Ariz.
The house was decorated in a scheme of
pink and white and the colors were
carried out in the four course lunch
eon which was served. Bunco was tke
game played and the first prise a
hand-painted plate was won by Mrs.
Joe Ravel; the second, a brass candle
holder, was won by Mrs. J. Sackett; the
consolation fell to Mrs. Joe Goodman.
The guest of honor received hand
painted bullion cups. Pink carnations
were given as favors. Those present
were: Mesdames Joe Kline, J. B. Vree
man, Nathan Jaffe. F. M. Rosen, E.
Grossblat. L Stark, Herbert Goodman,
Joe Goodman, R. Sukerman, S. Herko
witz, D. Natberson, Sol Levenson. J,
Ravel, Ben Swatt, Sam Swatt. A. Bloch,
B. Rohme. C Glvens. E. Staven, M.
Goldoff, N. Goldoff, Henry Jaffe, J. Sil
berman,Harry Goodman, J. Talpis. J.
Sackett, L. Laskin: Misses Annie Stol
aroff and Celia Goodman.
Mrs. Harvey R. Gamble will enter
tain at bridge on Tuesday afternoon,
Feb. 4, in honor of Mrs. Eldrldge ".
Rogers, of Los Angeles, CaL This is
the first of a series of parties to be
given by Mrs. Gamble.
Mrs. James L. Marr will entertain
with a bridge party on Feb. 3, In honor
of her guest, Mrs. G. . Breaux.
Mrs. E. H. Yale will entertain on
Saturday afternoon, Feb. 1, with a
The Friday Bridge club is being en
tertained this afternoon by Mrs. W. W.
The Silent Twelve club was enter
tained delightfully on Thursday after
noon by Mrs. Duncan Johnson. The
usual games were played and the first
club prize was won by Mrs. O. A.
Houston, and was a hand-painted plate;
the second, a lkundry list, was won by
Mrs. L. M. McCrummen. The first guest
prize, an embroidered towel, was won
by Mrs. M. G. Weatherford, and the
booby fell to Mrs. F. C McCromiek.
After the games dainty refreshments
were served! The nonmembers present
were: Mesdames F. C. McCromiek. of
Denver, Colo., L L. Biderman, of Evans
ville. Ind M. G. Weatherford, B. F.
Winters, J. B. Gooch, E. H. Burk, I. IG.
Abbott; Misses May Kitt, Linda Weath
erford. About El Pasoans
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Vaughn came
here from Kentucky recently to make
their permanent home. They hare
moved into their new bungalow on
Mr. and Mrs. Day's little babe is
Mrs. D. W, Reck hart, who has been
quite HI fpr the past two weeks. In
Hotel Dleu. has returned home and is
Mrs. Julius A. Buckler Is recovering
from a severe attack of the grip.
Miss Anne Lee Gaines is very much
Improved from her recent illness.
W. Griffith has moved. into his new
home in Government Hill.
Mrs. Katherine Warren, who has been
ill for some time at her home in the
Virginia flats, Is slowly improving.
Mrs. J. Allen Ray has been ill at
her home with an attack of the grip.
Mrs. Roland Gilchrist Is very much
improved from her recent serious ill
ness. Out Of Town Visitors
Dr. Vaughan, of Lampazos, visited
with his brother and family in Alta
Vista this week. He has returned to
Lampazos but expects to locate his
home In El Paso in the near future.
Lee Ullery is in town from Wash
ington, D. C, for a few days.
Mrs. C. C. McDonald has as her guest
her sister. Miss Margaret Mason, of
Mrs. H. P. Rogers hsfe arrived from
Long Beach, Cal., and is the guest of
her mother, Mrs. Guy L. Warren.
Dr. and Mrs. Wip Robinson have as
their guests Mrs. Robinson's parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Jackson, from
Mr. and Mrs. Dudley E. Waters, who
have been visiting here for the past
week, left today In their private car
for Grand Rapids, Mich.
In honcr of Miss Esther Figuira. who
will be married to Joseph Ray, of New
York, at an early date, a linen shower
was tendered on Wednesday afternoon
at her home, 1009 East Boulevard, by
Mrs. C K. Jameson and Miss Mayme
Clark. "Bunco" was the game played
and the bride-elect was given a book
in which various bits of advice were
written. Many handsome gifts in linen
were presented to the guest of honor
and these were all pinned to a clothes
line, In packages and were untied by
the bride-elect and replnned to the
line. Delicious refreshments were
served and those present were: Misses
Esther Figuira, Edith Bailey, Xettie
Sawyers. Ruth and Mary Keating, Lot
tie Hensle, Lillian Wylle and Anna
Stout; Mesdames John Figuira. D. J.
Arnell, Lulu Mattice.t W. W. White
head, Flora Graves, A. Llghtfoot, Lin
demann, Maud Wylie, W. Lusk, R, Ash
ley, C. N. Holford, B. R. demons.
El Pasoans Away
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Tooley. Mr. and
Mrs. C. M. Newman. A, S. Newman and
Misses Florence and Clalte Yancey com
posed a partv who left on Wednesdav
morning for Hucco Tanks, and will go
around by Sierra Blaaca, Tex., before
returning to El Paso. The trip is to be
made by automobile.
Mr. and Mrs. Homan C. Myloe, son,
Ernest and daughter, Alice, left on
Thursday night for New York, from
which point they will sail for Europe.
Ernest will attend college in Switzer
land, and Alice in Paris. Mr. and
Mrs. Myles will spend several months
traveling on the continent.
Miss Dorothy Winans has gone to
Del Rio, Tex., for a visit with friends.
Miss Henrietta Buckler left this
morning for a visit with friends in In
El Pasoans Returning j
A. W. Reeves has returned from Los
Angeles. Cal., where he has been visit
ing his wife and daughter, who are
-pending the winter in that city.
Mrs. W. B. Bull and daughter Jane,
and Mrs. J. A. White, have returned
from a visit of a week from the White
ranch near Pecos, Texas.
Tonipht the of fit ers of the pttr '
1 strict of Kl Paso and Fort Bli-.., will
j,- a dance in the post hall at Fort
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American Beauty Flour, 24
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End of Season
Starts Saturday, Jan. 25
A Chance for the Men
Now Free From
Inflammation of Membrane
Gone, Sore Spots Healed
and No More Mucus.
Put aside your stomach drugs. Stop
your sprays, douches, ointments or
snuffs and end the Misery of Catarrh.
Forever rid yourself of hawking,
snuffling, sneezing and blowing by
breathing over the germ ridden mem
brane the healing germ-killing air of
HTOMBI (pronounce It High-o-me).
HTOME1 is a safe and sure treat
ment. It contains nc cocaine or other
harmfuli drugs. It is made from Aus
tralian Eucalyptus and some of the
For Catarrh, coughs, colds, sore
throat, croup and all nose and throat
misery It is sold on money back if dis
Breathe HYOMEI through the little
inhaler that comes with each $1.00 out
fit. If you own an inhaler you can get
a bottle of HYOMEI for 50 cents. Just
breathe it no stomach dosing.
Besides using the inhaler throughout
the day and for quick results, thou
sands use the HYOMEI vapor treat
ment just before going to bed.
Thoroughly heat a teacup; then fill
it half full of boiling hot water. Pour
Into the water one-half teaspoonful cf
HYOMEL (Do not stir). Hold the
cup close to face and breathe deep into
the lungs the healing, germ destroying
vapor that arises.
Mail orders filled, charges prepaid by
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Trial treatment free.
Kelly & Pollard guarantee HYOMEI.
The Beta Beta club will be entertained
on Wednesday afternoon by MIbs Sue
The sewing circle of temple Mt.
Sinai will meet on Monday, Jan. 27, In
the vestry rooms.
The Thursday afternoon 'Needle
Work dub" will be entertained . on
Thursday afternoon, January 30, by
Mrs. Ed Halght.
IJr. Alice G. Merchant will envcrtain
the Canadian club and visiting Cana
dians this evening at her home, 300
flourish in the most unexpected
places and quickly attack
body weakened from colds
or general debility, but if
the lungs are fortified with
SCOTT S EMULSION
their progress can be prevented and often over
come. SCOTT'S EMULSION Is used in tubercu
losis camps because its highly concentrated nourish
ment builds strength and resistive-power faster than
disease destroys. It assimilates without
taxing digestion, and contains no alcohoh
Absolutely nothing equals SCOTTS
EMULSION to strengthen the lungs and
drive out colds and coughs.
18fe'. far $I.UU
12 lbs T
Aunt Jemima's Pancake
? for ..:'
All White Soap,
$ for - .
White Star Soap,
4 lbs. Tor -
lb. sack $1.00
Phone 1666 and 1662.
Phone 658 or 634
Before you are filled
mu Jiercnry ana
Drags, see Dr. Che
Hok. the botanist
specialist, -who cures
the following dis
eases without the
aid of minerals or
knife: Cancer. Blood
tism. Heart Disease.
and Liver derange
free. 0S San An
tonio St. Phone 2910
ASSAYERS & CHEMISTS
Custom Assay Office
CRITCHETT & FERGUSON
Assayers Chemists Metallurgists
AGENTS FOR ORE SHIPPERS
210 San Francisco St.
Bell Phone 334. Auto Phone 1334.
Jndependem Assay ORlo
D. W. BsnxntT. K.M., ProprieteK
A gent fir On Skipper Assays mi
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EL PASO. TEXAS.
FOrXTATX DAIRY LUNCH
Under American Trust & Savings
Bank, cor. S&n Antonio & Oregon Sts.
AMERICAN DATRX LUNCH
Cor. Texas & Stanton Sts..
American No. 1 consolidated with
BOTH FEET CUT OFF.
Corona. N. M, Jan. 24. An El Paso
& Southwestern brakeman itemed
Hicks in uncoupling a train at the
switch, slipped and fell and hatV both
of hlsr feet cut off. He was taken to
the El Paso hospital.
A light snow fell here but melted
as fast as it fell.
Use Domestic Coke.
Southwestern Fuel Co.
MYNDTJS 3LVDE A POSTOFFICE.
Myndus, N. M., Jan. 24. After sev
eral months of anxious and impatient
waiting Myndus has been made a post
office. The first mail has been re
ceived and dispatched. R. D. Clayton
The Myndus country was this week
visited by a heavy snow.
Viv - V
Bowne, Blootnfield, N J.
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