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Clean Sweep of Suits
Ail remaining Winter Suits are divided as follows:
Lot No. 1 Lot No. 2
State in values to $32.50;
Clean Sweep of Coats
All remaining Winter Coats are offered as follows:
Values to Values to Values to
$95 $12.50 - $19.50
$3.95 $4.95 $8.95
OWHERE in El Paso
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Dudley & Orr Are Given the Contract
and "Wort U o Start Below
Washington Part Feb. 1.
Grading -work on the interurbanllne
will start February 1. Dudley & Orr
have been awarded the contract tor
grading the nghtofway and will be
gin work on the first of the month
below "Washington Park. Kark Lowd
Is here from Pallas to arrange the de
tails for the construction. He is south
western manager of the Stone & "We fo
ster Engineering corporation, which
will construct the line.
C. "W. Kellogg, general manager of
the Electric Railway company, is also
here for the opening of the bids, which
was done Tuesday at noon. Materials
are being bought In El Paso and work
will begin on the. track laying work
as soon as the grade and culverts are
SWALLOWS BRASS BADGE;
OPERATION SAVES MFE.
Grand Junction, Colo.. Jan. 28. Ruth
Sisson. aged five, swallowed a brass
souvenir badge January 21. Today an
operation was performed and the badge
was removed from her stomach. The
child did not tell her parents that she
nad swallowed the trinket until last
sight, -when she became suddenly ill
Hotel Paso Del Sorte,
The dining room and grill of Hotel
Paso del Norte is open until mid
night. Meals s?rved a la carte excel
TEX JURORS ARE SWORX IX
TRIALi OF CLtAREXOE DARROW.
Los Angeles, Calif., Jan. 26. Ten jur
ors and two more passed for cause
filled the jury box at noon today in
the second trial of Clarence S. Darrow,
former chief counsel for the McNa
maras, charged with jury bribery.
Hotel Paso. Del Ifforte.
The dining room and grill of Hotel
Paso del Norte is open until mid
night Meals served a la carte excel
Health and Beauty Helps
BY MRS. MAE
Miss E R-: A lotion that will help ,
your red hands, dark face and necK
permanently can be made by dissolving
four ounces of spunnax in one-half pint
of hot water (or witch hazel) and-add-ing
two teaspoonfuls of glycerine. This
lotion will whiten and beautify your
skin and take away that coarse, muddy
look you have. This is much better
than face powder, as it does not show
on the skin, and will not rub off easily,
like the powder does when you wear a
veil. The spurmax lotion is Inexpen
sive and will give to any sallow, oily
skin a pinkish, youthful appearance. It
is fine for cold sores, chaps, freckles
and as a protection to the face against
harsh winds and changes of weather, I
am sure you will like this spurmax lo
tion very much.
Virginia: Lack of exercise and eat
ing too much solid food during the sum
mer months account for your sallow,
pimply complexion and loss of energy.
What you need is a reliable system
tonic and Wood-purifier. Try this: Dis
solve an ounce of kardene In a half
pint of aloohol (uCt whisky) adding
one-half cupful sugar and hot water
to make a full quart Take a table
spoonful before each meal and In a
short time you will feel like a new per
son. It will give you rich, red blood,
fill you with energy and put the color
and look of health into your face.
Sylvia: Never wash your hair with
soap. The "free" alkali in soap is in
jurious to the hair, and in time will eat
the very life out of it causing your
hair to become streaky and split at the
ends. For a really good shampoo,
simply dissolve a teaspoonful of can
throx in a oup of hot water. Shampoo
and rinse with clear water. This sham
poo lathers abundantly, removes all
dirt dandruff and excess oil, and will
leave your hair soft glossy and fluffy.
This shampoo dries so quickly that it
makes shampooing a real pleasure.
After uslBg it once you will imagine
vou have twice as much hair as you ever
had before. This is the shampoo now
used by many of the best hairdressers.
Vfter Bhampooing. an application of a
auinzoin hair-tonic (see answer to
"lma") will prove very invigorating
and refreshing to your scalp.
Kate: (a) Reducing your w eight
without plenty of efflrjjw and dtot
Intr mav appear quite difficult out I
have Tfoffiathat has worked won
ders where other remedies have failed
Put four ounces of Parnotte in 11-2
pints hot water. When ? ,u
the sediment and take a. taMesnful
of the liquid before each meal. It is a.
harmless remedy and leaves e skin
free from flabbiness. b) To make
your eyes bright and healthy, use
New York Cheese lb.
LoQghom Cheese ."lb.
Swiss, genuine Imported . . lb,
ALL OF ABOVE CHEESES
Suits in values to $50.00;
vM $oa find as complete
of SOTVlS StVleS OS here.
WIDOW OF CONFEDERATE GENERAL.
OFFERS AID TO GEN. SICKXiES
New York. N. Y., Jan. 28. Mrs. Helen
X. Longstreet. widow of the famous
Confederate general, came to the aid
of her husband's civil war foe. Gen.
Daniel E. Sickles, with an offer to raise
S2S,47G among the "ragged and maimed
followers of Lee," to pay Gen. Slckles's
alleged debt to the state of New York.
Sheriff Harburger. who arrested Gen.
Sickles in the civil suit brought by
the state to recover the money also In
dited a letter to many of the richest
men i New York asking them to aid
the aged veteran.
The sheriff addressed his letter to J.
P. Morgon, John D. Rockefeller, An
drew Carnegie and the 450 members of
the sheriffs panel, composed of wealthy
Sheriff Harburger dealt gently with
his prisoner. Instead of serving the
order of arrest early, he waited until
Gen. Sickles"s lawyer, Daniel P. Hays,
had arranged with a surety company
for a $30,000 bond for the veteran's
WOMEN TO HELP FORM
NEW CHARTER FOR PHOENIX
Phoenix. Arlz Jan. 28. The women
of Phoenix are going to get what they
want They want to be represented on
the committee of citizens appointed
to engineer the charter election and
eliminate partisanship from municipal
Originally the committee had 100
members. But the Civic League de
manded that the women be given rep
resentation, both on the committee1 and
the charter commission. At their first
meeting the men decided to let the
women have 25 members, making It a
committee of 125.
SHIP'S CREW IS RESCUED.
1 San Francisco, Calif., Jan. 28. Capt
Olsen and his crew of 20 were rescued
by life savers from the stranded steam
lumber schooner Samoa which piled up
on the rocks of Point Reyes a few miles
north of the Golden Gate, today. Life
savers dragged the men ashore with
crystos eye tonic regularly. It Is sold
by all druggists.
Daisy: I can recommend delatone for
banishing hair or fuzz because I know
it really does the work. To remove
those hairs apply a paste made with
delatone and water and after two or
three minutes rub oft, washthe skin
and you will find it smooth an.d hair
less. No possible harm results from us
T. L.: Rubbing a litle pyroxln on your
eyebrows with finger-end makes them
grow thick and glossy. Short straight
lashes will come in long and curly if
pyroxln be applied at lash-roots with
thumb and forefinger. This treatment
will add greatly to your beauty, but
you must be careful and not get any
pyroxin wnere no ntur is wanieo.
Youngwife: Artificial aids for under
development fool no one but the wearer.
Feed the starved, shrunken tissues and
your bust will soon assume its correct
proportions. The vaucaire treatment is
reliable and can be prepared at little
cost by dissolving 1 1-2 cupfuls sugar in
1 pint water and then adding 1 ounce
gallol. Take 2 teaspoonfuls before each
meal until development is where you
want it then discontinue or over
development may follow.
Mrs. T. C: No one can afford to ne
glect his or her eyes, although most
people do. If you want bright clear,
beautiful eyes that will be much ad
mired, you can have them with very
little care. Get an ounce of crystos at
any drug store and dissolve it in a pint
of water. Put two or three drops of
this tonic in each eye daily and you
will be surprised how it will strengthen
your weak, tired eyes and make them
strong, healthy and sparkling. Many
oculists who use this simple tonic get
excellent results in treating eye-troubles
generally. It Is very soothing and
has enabled many to dispense with
Alma: Your scalp needs a good,
stimulating quinine hair-tonic to re
move the dandruff, stop irritation and
falling hair. Get from any drug store
one-half pint alcohol (not whisky) and
one ounce quinzoin and mix it with one
half pint water and you will have &
much better tonic than any of those
ready-prepared tonics you have been
buying. Brush your hair daily, and
twice a week apply this tonic to the
scalp, rubbing it In gently. This will
do wonders for your dull, lifeless, fall
ing hair, and put your scalp in a healthy
condition. This tonic will make your
hair soft silky and lustrous. Keep the
scalp clean by frequent shampoos with
canthrox and you will not have fur
ther trouble with your hair. Adv.
ARE FIRST QUALITY.
Arcade vJ J )
100 HDCI LIB
TO CAPITAL GO.
(Continued from previous page).
has 1,000,000 acres left The resolution
The resolution recites that "In the
section of the state where the land Is
inratori it is renorted and believed that
! the syndicate received 1,000,000 acres
' .. wn t,AnA " .nil to sateitA land
commissioner is asked to furnish data
for further investigation.
The state capitol was erected by a
syndicate known as the Capitol syn
dicate and as the Farwell syndicate.
Approximately 3,000,000 acres of land
was deeded to them in 1876 in con
sideration of the erection of the pres
ent capitol building. The land vas
appraised at 50 cents an acre, but is
now said to be worth from $2 to 520
At yesterday afternoon's session of
the senatorial investigation of the at
torney general's department the
charges that the attorney general's de
partment during the encumbency of
attorney general Lightfoot, had or
dered dismissed certain land suits In
Harris county, when the assistant at
torney general, who had charge of the
prosecution objected, -were not sus
tained and the committee declined to
take any further evidence along that
For El Paso School of Mines.
Representatives Burges and Harris,
of El Paso, have introduced in tho
house a bill providing for the estab
lishment of a school of mines at El
Paso, which will be supported by the
state and be a part of the university
of Texas. The bill will be passed on
condition that the citizens of El Paso
shall convey to the state, buildings
and grounds of the El Paso military
Institute. Senator Hudspeth today
Introduced the bill In the senate. No
appropriation is asked for its main
tenance, as it is to be operated through
appropriations made for the university.
Anti-Fee Bill Unconstitutional.
The anti-fee bill, which has been un
der consideration by house and senate
eommlttees and which caused several
hundred county officials to come to
Austin to oppose, was held yesterday
evening by the attorney general's de
partment to be unconstitutional and
void. The opinion was to the authors
of the bill. The attorney general points
out that the constitution specially says
that these county officials shall be paid
through fees collected from the office.
It is suggested, however, that a new
bill may be drawn which "will provide
fees up to a salary limit and all excess
shall be turned into the county trea
sury. A new bill will be drawn up
accordingly which will have the same
effect In regulating compensation of
To Eradicate Sheep Scab.
Senator Hudspeth today introduced a
bill providing for the eradication of
sheep scab within the state and pro
viding for the appointment of a sheep
To Repeal Insurance Lair.
Senators Pulus and Warren intro
duced a bill providing for the uncon
ditional repeal of the state insurance
SULZBR URGES REGULATION
OF NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE
Albany, N. Y.. Jan. 28. State super
vision and regulation of the New York
stock exchange and other stock ex
changes are advocated by governor
Sulxer In a message sent by him to the
The time Is ripe, in the governor's
opinion, for the state to step in and
end "flagrant abuses, shifty schemes
and clever combinations to catch the
unwary and to mislead the public" To
effect this, he recommends the enact
ment of a trrouD of lawa. at least one
of which shall provide imprisoument j
as a penalty for its violation, j nese
laws, the governor says, should apply
to certain practices "which have been
shown to exist by the Pujo committee
of the house of representatives and
WILSOX RECEIVES GREETING
FR03I KIXG ALFONSO, OF SPAIN.
Trenton, N. J-, Jan. 28. President
elect Wilson has received personal
greetings from the king- of Spain
through the Marquis de la Vega Inclan.
the royal commissioner delegated to
select a site for the Spanish exhibit at
the Panama-Pacific exposition at San
Francisco. It -was the first message
Mr. "Wilson has received from an Eu
The president-elect inquired Jf it
were true that king Alfonso would
visit the United States soon, and
learned that the laws and customs of
Spain made It practically impossible for
its monarch to leave the country for
any length of time.
DR. A. C. BROWN TELLS
ABOUT PLANT JUICE
Well Known Practising
Physician Recommends It.
Has Received Its Benefits.
The following is a voluntary state
ment from a widely known practising
physician relative to the merits of Plant
Juice, the new tonic that is creating
much comment and praise throughout
Texas. The gentleman Is Dr. Carl A.
Brown, of Crowley. Texas, who has
himself been a sufferer from stomach
and nervous trouble for a long time.
"I can recommend Plant Juice to all
my friends as being all that is claimed
for It I know about all that is In this
great remedy and it Is first class for
the stomach and nerves. I know this to
be true for I have tried it myself and
received its benefits."
This statement coming from a physi
cian cannot fall to have a wide in
fluence and to cause many who have
been skeptical to try this wonderful
The action of Plant Juice Is direct and
quick. Those who have indigestion,
acidity, gas, foal breath, bloating,
dizziness, pains In the back, poor circu
lation, rheumatism, nervousness, de
ranged kidneys or stomach will find
that Plant Juice will do all and more
than Is claimed for It. Go to Kelly &
Pollard's and try a bottle. Adv.
BFtACE UP YOU ARE LOSING
GET RID OF THAT COU IN HEAD.
Rub me in well and I will cure your
cold in no time says the Little Doctor.
"The Little Doctor." Mac l-aren's Mus
tard Cerate, applied twice a day, gives
qHick and sure relief. It stops a head
ache In a few minutes. Cures cold in
head, Sore Throat, Congested Lungs,
Neuralgia, Pleurisy, Lumbago, Stiff
Joints. Sore Muscles, etc After trying
Mac Laren's MUSTARD CERATE you
will forei er be convinced of its wonder
ful curative powers. For sale at all
good lruegits in 25c and 50c jars. Free
sample sv 'it o-i r quest. Mac Laren
Drug "o I ' ti3 Ohio cit Los An
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CAN WILSON KEEP
THE DOORS OPEN?
Washington. D. C., Jan. 2S. An
nouncement of gorernor Wilson that
Re wiH keep the doors of his office
open when he becomes president, has
caused much discussion here. Every
body is wondering how he is going to
Many believe that when the new
president once gets established and has
experienced the job of encountering the
one thousand and one folks who throng
the white house daily to importune
the chief executive, he will change his
mind and put up the bars. If he does
not It will be a hew deal for Washing
ton. And as for Mr. Wilson, he will
have to b made of cast Iron to stand
Always at the outset of any admin
istration there -Is an almost endless
procession of callers at the white
house. Cabinet members may drop in.
high officials want a word and the
senators and congressmen move Into
the executive offices In a ceaseless
current, often bringing their friends.
It is the members of house and senate
who cause most trouble and take most
time. They clamor for patronage, and
if a president will listen the average
m$uber of congress will take a whole
forenoon to go over the papers in a
nostoffice case or setting forth the
virtues of an applicant for a marshal
ship. Besides the congressional and offi
cial callers, there is an army of hand
shakers mobilized about the white
house gates. Now and then a crank
strolls in with some special grievance
he wants attended to.
It may be governor Wilson can man
age to keep open house for all these
people, but if he does It will be an
SEW DILI, PROVIDES JURY
DUTY FOR COLORADO WOMEN
Denver. Colo, Jan. 28. A severe fight
on the Helen R. Robinson bill In the
senate, to permit the legislature to
pass a bill providing for jury duty
for women, marked the session of that
body. Senator Williams of Gilpin de
nounced the bill and attacked it on
the grounds of morality.
"I should hate to see the time come,"
said he, "when my wife or my daugh
ter would be chosen for jury service
and forced to be locked in a room with
several men jurors overnight for sev
ertal nights. I should hate to see the
time when my wife or my daughter
were forced to appear In court and
show cause why they should not serve
on a jury. And there are many criminal
cases In the trial of which it Is an in
sult to ask a woman to listen to the
evidence brought out."
Senator John Hecker, of Denver, re
plied ln defence:
"Women have equal suffrage. If they
want to sit on juries I can't see why
they should not When the liquor ques
tion was brought up in Denver it was
tne women who voted the town wet
The women of this town drink more
mshballs and cocktails than the men
do anyhow, and they smoke more
cigarets a day than the men do. I can't
see why they shouldn't be called to
serve on juries if they are anxious for
The bill passed on second reading.
WHITE nOUSE NEWSBOY 3IAY
BE RETAINED I1Y WILSON.
Washington, D C, Jan. 2S. Among
a score of persons who draw their
Pay checks from the white house es
eSut,Te 0'ncs and face a change of
administration with some appreheu
hension there is one quite serene with
confidence that his income is not to
be disturbed. He is Sammie April, 11
years old, who delivers afternoon pa
pers to president Taft and the execu
tive officers and each month proudly
receives a United States treasury war
rant for S2.50.
Sanimie has assurances from some
where that he is to be Mr. Wilson's of
ficial newsboy and he Is quite happy.
AERONAUT ESCAPES DEATH WHEN
BALLOON STRIKES MOUNTAIN
Los Angeles, Calif, Jan. 28. Tom
McLean, an aeronaut, escaped death
when his balloon hit the pinnacle of
Mount Wilson, 5000 feet up, and sent
him sprawling on the rocks.
McLain was assisting in taking
panoramic photographs from a captive
balloon. The leash slipped and the
balloon leaped upward with McLain
danq-inc in tho -nob The bisr struck
Ihi Si1. r.f Mount Wilson 20 Of t b -1
w it ii i !l, -i, n i xtri itm
V T im from the ropes that entangled
UP - TO - DATE H0V1N& PIC-
int auuinicsi i
DECLARES AUTO MOST DANGEROUS
WEAPON FOR CRIMINALS
Chicago, 111, Jan. 28. "The automo
bile is the most dangerous weapon ever
used by criminals." said William G.
McAdoo, chie'f justice of the magis
trate's court of New York, in an ad
dress to the judges of the municipal
court here today.
Use of the automobile must be curbed,
he said, chauffeurs must be identified
by finger prints and subjected to a
rigid test, and a finger print law of
wide application to every person found
guilty of any offence must be enacted.
Use of finger prints in Identifying
women residents of disorderly districts
also was recommended by judge Mc
Adoo. Notice to Water Users Applications
for water service under the Franklin
Canal, for the Season of 1913, will be
received by the U. S. Reclamation Ser
vice. Room No. 720. Mills Building, El
Paso, Texas, on or before February
This applies only to water users di
rectly under the Franklin Canal.
Water rents are payable Cash In
Water users are required to appear
in person, at the above address to make
application, and to be prepared to give
an accurate aescriptlon of their lands,
bringing deeds where possible.
Use Domestic Coke.
Southwestern Fuel Co.
FINDS FLOOD REFUGEES ARE
WITHOUT FOOD AND SHELTER.
Evansville, Ind, Jan. 21 Capt. Wil
liam Elliott, of the United States army,
reported that he had found 1100 flood
refugees without shelter or food In
the Green river district near Calhoun.
Ky. He was sent out from the United
States quartermaster's office at St.
Louis to investigate conditions In the
Green river district.
A Mobile Woman's Experience
Should Benefit Others.
Fourteen years ago I was quite sick,
that is, most of the time found it al
most impossible to bo up and attend to
my daily duties as a wife and mother.
At times I thought I could not endure
the suffering much longer, so naturally
consulted our family physician who told
me at once that I had a severe case of
kidney trouble. I consulted another
physician at Denver, CoL who told me
that I had kidney trouble and needed
careful treatment and a long rest
After doctoring with the physician for
several months and receiving no benefit
I decided to try Dr. Kilmer's Swamp
Root which had been recommended bv
Liny husband's partner. To be honest
x reaiiy aiu not iiare any lailtt In
Swamp-Root but thought I would ex
periment on at least one bottle.
After taking one fifty-cent bottle I
felt bo much better than I bought a dol
lar bottle and continued its use for a
few months, after which I felt so well
and free from my former suffering that
I pronounced myself cured.
I feel safe in saying that yonr
Swamp-Root prevented my having
Bright's Disease and therefore, saved
To prove my gratitude I will allow
you to publish this testimonial any
time you wish. I also tell my friends
what Swamp-Root done for me and
know of several cases where cures have
been accomplished. I believe almost
every one living injthe South should use
Swamp-Root at least one or two months
in the Spring as it rids the system of
all Impurities. i
MRS. W. L. BEMIS,
811 & Cedar St, Mobile, Ala.
Personally appeared before me. this
30th day of March, A. D, 1912, Mrs. W
L. Bemis, who subscribed the above and
on oath says that same Is true in sub
stance and In fact
J. LESLIE YOUNG
Dr. Kilmer & Co.,
Binghnmton, X. Y.
Prove What Swamp-Root Will Do For i
Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co.. Blnghamton. '
N. Y.. for a sample bottle It will
convince anyone. Yon will also re
ceive a booklet of valuable informa- '
tion. telling all about the kidneys and )
bladder. When writing, bo sure anJ
mert'rn the VA Paso Daily Herald. R"-
ulir fiff-r-ont and nne-do'Iar sue bot- I
ties for sale at all drug
drug stores. Adv.
Balance of the Week
The "Please All" Coffee,
In 1 lb. tins, regular
40c seller; special
The "Crusto" Pure Cottonseed Snowwhite Lard
In. S lb. tins, regular 45c, Afr 5.lb- ' regr 75c, gg
special ."Vv- special ........ .........
IN 10 LB. TINS, REGULAR $1.40, SPECIAL . $10
The Celebrated Wichita Kansas Flour, "Imhodens
In 24 lb. sacks, regular Qf In 48 lb. sacks, regu- (&- J?E
85c, special OUC lar $1-60, special J1 '
IN 96 LB. SACKS, REGULAR $3.10, SPECIAL $3X0
Not "Specials" but Especially
Good Items at Regular Prices
"Imperial" "Wliite and Yellow Corn Meal,
in 8 3-4 lb. bags. Pricedat ...-'C
"Imperial" Graham Mour, in 9 1-2 lb. ofi
bags. Priced at ----. - ODC
"Imperial." Health Flour,
Priced at ....-.
Say It Will ReduccMeat Cost and Not
Hurt American Cattle Places
Balls In Saata Crnz County.
Elgin, Ariz, Jan. 28. Jack Cudahy,
head of a large packing industry in
Kansas City and other large cattle cen
ters in the wtst was a visitor here this
week. He came from Nogales In his
auto and was accompanied by T. J. Tur
ner and C F. Nichols, of the Turner
Cattle company. The party made a
special trip to look over the Turner Cat
tle company's holdings in this section.
Mr. Cudahy -was particularly impressed
with the good range and abundance of
water for cattle In this part of Arizona
and, after making a close Inspection of
the Turner outfit concluded to ship at
once from his large breeding stock farm
in Missouri 50 thoroughbred bulls from
his bunch of prize winning herd, valued
at $1000 each, and place them on the
In speaking of "free beef," Mr. Cudahy
expressed himself as being strongly in
favor of congress taking the duty off
of cattle coming into the United States,
KIDNEY AND BLADDER TROUBL
Clonic Sufferers Find Re
lief After Few Doses
If you are bothered with, backache
or rheumatism, have disagreeable, annoy
ing bladder or 'urinary disorders to con
tend witb or suffer with any other ol
the many miseries that come from weak
kidneys, here is a guaranteed remedy
you can depend upon, ihv 'matter what
else may have failed to cure you.
It is a positive fact that the new dis
covery, Croxone, promptly overcomes
such diseases. It is the most wonderful
remedy ever made for ridding the sys
tem of uric acid, removing the canse and
curing the troubles.
It soaks right in and cleans out the
stopped up kidneys and makes them
filter and sift out all the poisonous
waste matter from the blood. It neu
IK FINE FEESH CAKE aH
IIjBf ALWAYS If You Use Cruslo! -SMH
IBlf. Crnsto-made cake is more delicious, "-SHBH
mK(: -' more digestible, keeps fresh twice as long .-IfijSH
BNp:' and costs half as much as if you had used 22jmH
SHUfilF- butter. Crusto for sale everywhere. SBBn
IHwJiir Manufactured by jH
IfflffipT MAGNOLIA COTTON OIL CO. "SsfWll
JtJCTjP; HOUSTON, TEXAS. 'HHHS
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a fancy Blended Article
In 3 lb. tins, regular d- ft
1.10 seller; special. . P A vf V
in 9 1-2 lb. bags
CHILDREN WHO ARE SICKLY
Mothers who value their own comfort and th8
welfare of their chadren, should nera: be without a
box of Mother Gray's Sweet Powders for Chadrer,
for use throughout the eessoa. They Break n-
Colds. Befiere FeTerishnesB, Constipation.Teetliir t
Disorders, Headache and Stomach Troubles. Used by
Mothers for S2 years. THESE POWDEHS NEVER
FAIL. Sold by all Drugstores, S6c Dm't accept
tmy tHbetittttz. Sample rsaSed FEES, Addres,
A. S. Olmsted, Le Boy, K. X.
as this will he the only way to reduca
the high, cost of meat, he said, and still
believes with the bars down, the Amer
ican cattleman will get a good price
for his stuff, because of the heavy de
mand for our beef over the world
and the present shortage of cattle on
MEXICAN CATTLE ARE
IMPORTED AT PRESIDIO
WO! Scott brought over 400 head of
Mexican cattle at Presidio del Norte,
' Brown Paschal is to bring in about
300 head of cattle at Bosque Bonlto
from the T. O. ranch.
W. A. Sutherland, a Las Crnces at
torney, is in El Paso on business to
day. QUICKLY CUR
tralizes and dissolves the uric aeid that
lodges in the joints and muscles, causing
rheumatism k soothes and heals the deli
cate linings of the bladder; and pnt3
the kidneys and urinary organs in 3
clean, strong, healthy condition.
More than a few doses of Croxone are
seldom required to relieve even the ob
stinate long standing cases, while it
cures the most severe forms of kidney,
bladder trouble, and rheumatism, is a
surprisingly short time.
You will find Croxone entirely differ
ent from all other remedies. There is
nothing else on earth like it It is so
prepared that it is practically impos
sible to take it into the human system
without results. An original package
costs but a trifle at any first class drug
store. All druggists are authorized to
personally return the purchase price if
Croxone Jails to ghe the desired results
the very first tnne you use it. Adv.