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The Very Best Groceries at the Very Best Prices 3 pkgs. Kalston Hominy Grits for. , 25c Pure- Creamery Butter for 35c 50 lbs. best Greeley Potatoes for 75c j 3 pkgs. American Oatmeal, Quaker Oatmeal, just re ceived, per pkg Quaker Oatmeal, 6 pkgs. for Puffed Wheat, 3 pkgs. for Puffed Eice, 2 pkgs- for - Quaker" Corn Flakes, 2 pkgs. for Pefctijohn's Breakfast Food. 2 pkgs. for Cracked Wheat, 2 kgs. for 3 pkgs. Macaroni for - 3 pkgs. Spaghetti for . 4 2-K. cans Tomatoes for 2 3-Ib. cans Peaches, Pears or .Aipricots for c c 25c 25c 15c 25c 25c 25c 25c 25c 25c Peeled Peaches or Apricots, 4A per gallon cans vr C 3 cans Tan Camp's Pork and ftjjj T?mis for OC 2 cans Monarch Green Lima 35c Beans simply fine) for. Highland Park Delivery Every Wednesday; East El Paso, Every Tuesday and Friday, s Out-of-town business solicited. Standard Grocery Co. THE CASH STORE. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL I BELL PHONES 367 AND 348. 208-210-212 V. ONLY ONE AND ONE-HALF 70 ADDRESS THE KNIGHTS COLUMBUS National Lecturer J. t). Mon aghan to Arrive Here , Tuesday. Prof. James Charles Monaghan, na tional lecturer of the Knights of Co lumbus, -will arrive In the city Tues day morning- to deliver an address at the Crawford theater, in the evening, on the subject, "America and Oppor tunity," touching particularly on the progress of the south. He vsll be met at the union station by a committee of the Knights of Co- SPECIAL SALE OUR DELICIOUS 25 Cents a Pound Butter Scotch 15 Cents a Pound WEDNESDAY ONLY jTHE PARAGON FRAXK S3IITH, MGR. OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE, X. OREGON ST. We deliver Ice Cream to all parts of the city. Both Phonfts. Headquarters FOR. Finest HairGoods RZSI We Quote the Lowest Piano Price A Statement Easily Proven It is not a difficult matter to find out JUST WHICH HOUSE qiiotes the LOWEST PRICES on Pianos. Sp4nd a, few hours in the various stores of the citv paying strict at tention to PRICES and QUALITY, then come here, go through our entire stock and 3IAK.E COMPARISONS. If yon are in the anarket or a Piano. WE URGE YOU to adapt this plan when buving. We are the LARGEST BUYERS and SELLERS pi Pianos in the southwest that's why we can UNDERSELL ALL COM PETITION. We offer you more than a dozen famous makes. No matter what wood, style or finish yon want, no matter what price you isnant to pay, you will find the risiit instrument here. You need a Piano in your Home right now. Why not get it today! Your credit is good at our store. Payments on new Pianos $6.00 a month and upwards- Our prices ?150.00 and upwards. We' ir&. always willing to allow a fair amount on Pianos or Organs taken in part payment. Favor us with a call. WE ARE NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION, CORNER STANTON AND TEXAS STREETS. Jenkins Piano Co Big Piano House, 118 Stanton SJtreet, El Paso. 1 Ti just received, for 25c 2 pkgs. Seeded Eaisins for . 3 lbs. Bulk Raisins for Fvanora.teri Peaches. 25c per lb 1. IUC Evaporated Blackberries, j g per lb. JLwC ' Evaporated Apples, 2 pkgs. for 2 -nks. Buckwheat Floiir 25c for rfDC 24 lbs. American Lady Elour Q t 24 lbs. Silver Coin Flour AA for yuc 12 lb. sacks Ealston Whole Wheat Flour for 12 lb. sacks Graham Flour for ". 60c 60c 25c 25c 25c 25c 3 cans Corn for -. 4 lbs. Head Eice for 5 lbs. Broken Head Bice for A 3 lbs. Brown Sugar for AUTO 1901 St. Louis St. BLOCKS EAST OF P0ST0FFICE J lumbus, composed of Jos. M. Nealon, James Clifford, Richard Caples, Joe Dunn and C. E. Kelly. He will then be escorted to the St. Regis hotel, -where he will be breakfasted, and later -will be taken on a tour of the city and Juarez. In the afternoon he Is to address the High school students and -will make another tour of the city prior to the night meeting, which is to be held at the Crawford theater at 8 o'clock. Prof. Monaghan comes here from San Antonio, Dallas, Galveston and other Texas cities, where he has delivered lectures on the same subject during the past week. He is -well known throughout the country as a lecturer, and is professor of history In the university of Notre Dame, at Fort "Wayne, Ind. Prior to that he was a professor at the .univer sity of Wisconsin and the Catholic uni versity In "Washington. AMATEURS HAVE STEER - RIDIXG SPORTS IX JUAREZ For the benefit of the Juarez centen ary celebration fund. Mexican cowboys i roped and rode at Cowboy park Sunday afternoon. A well filled grandstand wit nessed the program, made up of vari ous sports. 3 Steers would not run and horses would not pitch, but there was plenty of fun. Small boys on a bucking burro amused. There were stilt and bicycle races run by small boys, and steer riding by the ranchmen. A swarthy "vaquero" did some truly daring bareback riding, the best serious feature of the program. Gate receipts will go toward the civic improvements to be made at the centen ary of the celebration in September. ME5 OF TEARS GET LIGHT COURT FIXES Tsabel Ruiz, a one legged Mexican, was fined $10 in police court this morning on a charge of stealing a goat skin from another of his countrymen. Jose Cis neros, 54 years old; Pablo Aguilar, 55 years of age, and Nativldad Mesa,' 53 years, all faced judge Lea on a charge of being drunk. As the men bad not readied the Osier age they were fined but owing to the fact that they were close to the mark they -were compeled to pay only L?l each. RESULTS SURPRISING. You'dl be surprised at the results you will get from a small want, rent or for sale ad in The Herald. Will not cost more than 25c to 50c Phone Bell 115, Auto 1115 and tell the girl. a IX THE CHURCHES. CTT SQUARE APTIST ORGAN Eer. A. J. IDeElwain to Sup ply Pulpit of Church on ' North Side. Sunday was a day of unusual interest among the Baptists of the city. There were two union and fraternal services held in recognition of the completion of the new church organization in Im manuel chapel. , The morning service was held In the First Baptist church and the night serv ices were in the new church. The pastor, Dr. Robert Bruce Smith, j preached on both occasions, and the choir rendered excelent music The pas tor's morning sermon was on the theme, "At the Parting of tne "Ways;" the night subject was "A Glorious Church." Rev. A. J. Mellvain made an earnest address at the night service. The First Baptist church more than six years ago bought the location at the corner of Montana and Ange streets. and erected the building and organized a work looking forward to the devel- ment and organization of a Baptist church on the north side. For some weeks plans have been maturing toward the organization of an independent church. A peritiouary letter was presented to the parent church asking for church letters for the purpose of perfecting the organization. The request; was granted by a unanimous and hearty vote. This letter was signed by 61 members of the First Baptist church. Nearly all of those to whom letters were granted and sev eral others met to complete the organi zation. Houston Square Church. 'Robert Bruce Smith. D. D., was chosen as the moderator, and J. Whitney Webb 'as clerk for the formation of the organi zation. It was unanimously decided to name the new organization the Houston Square Baptist church, owing to its lo cation adjacent to Houston park. The following officers were elected: Deacons, F. A. Hodge, Dr. Irving Mc Neil and L. S. Frankenburger; trustees, W. D. Mayfield, C. A. Camp, Dr. S. T. Turner, Z. W. Sarrels, T. R. Harvey and W. E. Robertson. J. Whitney Webb was elected clerk, Harry Swain, treasurer, and J. T. Goe bel as superintendent of the Sunday school. The new chnrch starts off with a sub stantial membership. Services will be held Sunday morning and night from the first Sunday in April. The Bible school which has met in the afternoon will be changed to 9:45 a, m., and the prayer meeting will be on Wednesday nights. Rev. A. J". Mcliwaln has been secured as stated supply until a permanent pas tor can be secured. He has had ex perience In the development of young churches. He will begin his service on Friday night of this week and will preach next Sunday. BIG ATTENDANGE AT BAPTIST CHUEOH Calvary Sunday School Al most Breaks the Eecord SriJiday. The Sunday school of Calvary Bap tist church was'up to high water mark yesterday, there being present a larger number than at any time except twice within its history. The church owns three pianos and the entire church has been overhauled. The primary depart ment has made its rooms as pretty as a parlor and is flourishing under the superlntendency of Miss Hanks, with Madams Reed, Palmer and Campbell as teachers. At the 11 oclock service the pastor. Dr. Hanks, preached from the text. Acts 4:12, "There is no other name given under heaven, among men whereby we must be saved, but the name of Jesus Christ." He discussed the three points. First, heathen who have never heard of Christ ea.rmof bft sarpfl. Thev Tvill ho rem. demned for their sins, but not for re jecting Christ. Second, God has made salvation per fectly easy to obtain, so easy that men stumble at it. We do not have to earn It. nor deserve it. but simply by Te pentance and faith to receive the Christ Third, what Christ does for the saved. He gives them the best, hap piest life, and he gives victory In death. The elaboration of these points made what many of the audience called "one of the pastor's best sermons." At the close of the- sermon there were three important additions to the church, the church observed the Lord's supper and made a contribution to the poor. The B. Y. P. TJ. held its regular ser vice at 7 p. m. and at the 8 p. m. service, Dr. J. D. Raj', of Waco, preached a great sermon to a, fine audi ence. The Baraca class holds its social meeting "ito ns teacher, Judge T. M. Jones, 1410 Boulevard, this evening. Any man who likes good company Is invited. The Women's Aid will meet Tuesday, 3:30 p. m., at the church with Madams' Jones and Matthews entertained. The regular midweek meeting will be held on Wednesday evening 8 oclock. Grocer gives you Burnett9 Vanilla voluntarily, ret assured he is a high class grocer who is look ing out for your interest. Burnett's Va nilla is as superior to ordinary vanilla as rich cream is superior to skimmed milk. Remember to ask for it and see for yourself. Burnett's Vanilla E iZED IX THE CHD11CHES. SIG-N LANGUAGE US' RELIGION Eev. Henry Easter Says It Is ISTeeessary to Under stand Truth. Preaching upon the subject of the Lord's supper and from the text, "What sign showest thou that we may see and believe," Jno., vi.-30, the Rev. Henry Easter, of St. Clement's church., showed the sign language to be essential to man's comprehension of religious truth, on Sunday at St. Clement's. Symbolic teaching has been God's method with us from the beginning, he said, hence we are not surprised to find Jesus making use of parables and draw ing forceful illustrations from the world about him. The sacraments of his appointment are made real to us by the employment of the commonest of all mediums, the water of baptism representing the cleansing efficacy of the blood of Christ, while the elements of the Lord's supper remind us that our souls are strengthened by the body and blood of Christ, as our bodies are c bread and wine. It Is a fact, perhaps a weakness, of our nature, he continued, that we un derstand only as we compare. The im pressions derived from external things bring the powers of the mind Into ac tion, so that whatever the mind rests upon it clothes instinctively with ma terial form. .If outward and visible signs of things spiritual, and so invis ible, are not given us we Invent them for ourselves, as the clasp of the hand or the touch of the hat. What could be more foolish than the battle about the flag? Tet this tattered rag is the outward and visible sign of a nation's honor, in defence of which we give our lives. We require, then, these outward to kens of the unseen, so that man may be said to be sacramental in his very nature What we have to do Is to keep the sign and the thing signified, clear and distinct, neither emptying the sign of its meaning nor mistaking it alto gether for what it was but set to repre sent. The danger of use Is In abuse. As we speak of two sacraments we must have some way of limiting our meaning, for many Invisible things are typified by outward signs. The limit ing clause in our definition appears in the words, "Ordained by Christ him self." So, as of divine appointment, these are "generally necessary to salva tion." How much do we owe him who has given us these tokens of his fa vor, who, ministering to us In our weakness, gives us something which our finite fhinds may grasp, however feebly; who helps us to an understand ing of the spiritual by the actual ex perience of our daily lives. St. Clement's Calendar. Confirmation classes, Sundays and Tuesdays, at 3 vp. m. Meeting of men's bible class Monday at S p. m. Meeting of women's auxiliary Tues day at 3 p. m. Choir practice Wednesday at 7:30. Guild's Easter sale Thursday, 2 to 6 p. m. Meeting of social club Thursday at S p. m. Meeting of the woman's bible class Tlfursday at 4 p. m. SEEIES OF SERMONS IN EAST EL PASO Presbyterian Church. Pastor There Begins Series A Year's Work. Rev. Kenneth Brown spoke at the morning service in the Park chapel of the East El Paso Pre&byttrian church Sunday on 'Ihe Personality of the Holy Spirit." He argued that the holy spirit, the third person of the godhead, pos sesses a distinct persona' ..y, because he is always referred to in the scrip tures by use of the personal pronoun, because personal acts are ascribed to him, because independent speech is at tributed to him, he Is invoked in pray er, and possesses attributes of a dis tinct divine personality. This discussion forms the Introduc tion to a series of sermons to be preach ed on the Sabbath mornings of April on "The Emblems of the Holy Spirit, Namely, Oil, Fire, Air and "Water." The communion of the Lord's supper was celebrated at the morning service at the chapel, and at the night service at the Myrtle avenue chapel. The East El Paso Presbyterian church has just completed the second year of Its existence, and is able to report a growth of 30 new members during the year, or an Increase of nearly 170 per cent in its communicants. Four Infants have been baptised and 12 persons have been baptised on profession and seven persons baptised in infancy were received Into full communion of the church. About 50 new members have been add ed to the Sabbath schools and a boys club and girls' club have been organ ized with about 15 members in each. About $30 has been contributed for benevolences during the year and the aim for the coming year Is $100. Nearly $400 has been raised for a church build ing fund, and about $700 has been con tributed by members of the church and outside friends towards the running ex penses and pastor's salary. All this has been accomplished by a church which started a little over a year ago with 16 charter members and has had no church building or modern church equipment with which to work. DR. "WRIGHT GOIXG TOmCOXFER- EXCE: COMMUNION SERVICE. Rev. Caspar S. Wrigrht preached at Trinity Methodist church Sunday morn ing from the text, "This man recelveth sinners an'd eateth -with them," St. Luke, 1-15. The communion service was observed in the evening. This afternoon at 3:80 the Home Mis sion society will hold its regular week ly meeting. The regular monthly meeting of the stewards will be held Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock. , The midweek prayer service will be held Wednesday, choir practice Thurs day and on Friday at 3:30 there will be a meeting of the Children's brigade. At Carlsbad. N. M on April 13, the annual district conference for the El Paso district wUl convene and the pas tor has called .upon his congregation to prepare all church matters prior to that, so he can attend. NO PREACHING'SUNDAT AT CHRISTIAN CHURCH. Owing to the absence of Rev. Perry J. Rice from the city, there was no preaching at the First Christian church Sunday. In the morning the commun ion service was observed and in the evening there were no services. The Wednesdav night prayer- meet ing will be led by Millard Patterson, and there will be a minister here to occupy the pulpit next Sundaj Y. AV. C. A. DIRECTORS TO MEET. The regular monthlj' meeting of, the board of directors of the Young Wom en's Christian association will be held at their rooms Thursday at 10 a. m. Good Spring Tonic "We have taken Hood's Sarsaparilla for a spring tonic and as a blood puri fier. Last spring I was not well at all. When I went to bed I was tired and nervous and could not sleep well, in the morning I would feel twice as tired; my mother got a bottle of Hood's Sarsaparilla, which I took. I felt like a new person when I had fin ished that bottle. We always have some of Hood's medicines in the house." Hilvey Roselle, Marinette, Wis. There is no 'just as good" medicine. Insist on having Hood's. Get it today in usual liquid form or chocolated tablets called Sarsatabs. IN THE CHURCHES. lGED MINISTER III PBESflYTERIftNS' SERJGE Uncle of the Pastor Assists at the Service Writes Book on Texas. The Sacrament of the Lord's Sup per was ob.served Sunday morning at the First Presbyterian church, in which a large number of communi cants participated. "Before the observ ance of the sacrament 16 new mem bers were received Into the church, 10 by certificate, and six on profession. The pastor, C L. Overstreet, made a brief talk co the new members, his remarks being especially directed to the young people of the church. A pleasant and beautiful feature of the service was the part taken by Rev. R. M. Overstreet, the aged uncle of the pastor, who offered the morn ing prayer and assisted In the sacra- ment The ,elder iTr. CM'erstreet is past SO years of age. He was born In Ken tucky and educated at Bloomington, Ind., and Princeton. X. J. He is one of the pioneers of the Presbyterian church, having' spent 50 years tof his ministerial career in blazing the way in Texas, Kansas and "No-Man's-Land," Okla. His book on "The Old and New Texas," gives a most Inter esting account of his labors in this state. Mr. Overstreet. at his advanced age, though not engaged in the active min istry? Is still a vigorous and well pre served man. He now resides at Chilli cothe. Tex. The choir sang, "The Lord is Sly Shepherd" at the morning service, and Mrs. Moore sang, "There Is . Green Hill Far Away." In the evening, the pastor preached from a text in John, 21st chapter. His subject was "Peter's Restoration." It 'was an Epiphany study, bringing out the strange appearance of Christ to -Peter and his disciples after the resurrection, and how gently he re stored Peter to his place in the apos tolate. The missionary committee meets Monday evening at the church. Tuesday afternoon at 3 oclock the Aid society will hold its regular monthlj- meeting.. At S oclock the ses sion and trustees meet. Wednesday evening at 8 oclock oc curs the prayer meeting and bible study. The annual congregational meeting will be held on Wednesday eening, April 13th. This will be the time when the reports for the year are read and it is the plan to make the meeting a large social affair. By that time the church expects to have the entire debt raised. The full amount Is rapidly be- I mg reached VISITOR PREACHES SUNDAY AT YCESTMINSTER CHURCH. Rev. Myles Hanson conducted the services at Westminster Presbyterian church Sunday, the communion ser vice being observed in the morning. - iiexi aunaay tev. j. p. Martin of Pittsburg, will occupy the pulpit at this church. The regular weekly meeting of the Aid soociety will be held at the church Tuesday afternoon at 3 oclock. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH. All the services were well attended at the First Methodist Episcopal church Sunday. The pastor. C. O. Beckman. occupied the puplt at both the morning and the evening service. At the close of the morning service there were two additions to the church both on confession of faith. The morn ing topic was on'TrivInsr ni -nQOi Works." In the evening the topic was, 4hTI TTln,1 HaVe Xot Seen- Tet In Which I Believe." There were two seTvicT5 " C"Se f the evenIn h J??6 Idwee"lPrayer meeting will be ,f J5 n Wednesday evening. The official board of the church will meet at, the close of the prayer meeting. MISSIONARY SOCIKTY TO 3EET The Woman's Missionary s(xietv nf the First Baptist church win meef Tuesday at 3 p. m.. at the church Mrs Webb and Mrs. Denny leaders JUAREZ SOCIETY ENJOYS D NCE Young people's society of " Juarez danced Saturday night at Teatro Juarez as guests of the Recreation club. The "oot was comioriaDly filled dancers. with Acting jefe politicio Portillo was the guest of honor of the evening, attend ing his first function in the border city. With uniformed police and. mill tary officials, the new chief executive watched the dancers from a box. Dane ing continued until early Sunday morn ing. ADDRESSES STRANGERS CIOJR Raymond Haacke addressed the Strangers club at Carnegie library Sun day afternoon on ''Modern Journalism " Dr. Cameron, dentist, over Guarantee shoe store. Auto phone 1744. ,i of Pound a AVeefc at ileast. is what a young baby ought to gain in weight- Does yours? if not there's something wrong with its di gestion. Give it McGee's Baby Elixir and it will begin gaining at once. Cures stomach and bowel troubles', aids diges tion, stops fretfulness, good for teeth ing babies. , Price 25c and 50c Sold by all druggist Eyster's C. O. D. Grocery Corner Xansas and Boulevard Our Prices Are the Talk of El Paso Our Goods Are As Good As Any in El Paso Our Delivery Service Is the Best in El Paso Phone Us Your Order Bell 844-823; Auto 1691 Fresh Vegetables Every Morning By Express Blue Eibbon Butter (strictly fresh) 3 lbs. for. . . .$1.00 Mountain Park Eggs, per dozen. 30c Strictly fresh Valley Eggs, 2 dozen for 45c (rood sweet, juicy Oranges, 3 dozen for 50c 3 cans St. Charles Milk for 3 cans Pioneer Milk. for 6 cans small Pet or Colum- 25c 25c 25c frbia Milk for 3 pkgs. Dr. Prices' Food, 3 pkg3. Post Toasties, 3 pkgs. Kellogg s Corn Flakes for Cream of Wheat, ner nki?. 25c c Dr. Price's All Grain Food, per pkg. Aunt Jaminia, Pancake Flour, per pkg Xational Oats, largest pack age and best oats, only , Fine Celery, per bunch ;.: , c 10c ..5c Fine Asparagus, cy g 3 bunches for OC Shasta Brand JeUy and Jam (10 oz. tumbler) each. 10c Very best quality Evaporated Peaches, per lb 10c Yery best quality Evaporated Apricots, per lb 15c Extra good Prunes, 3 lbs. for 25c 3 pkgs.' Macaroni. Spaghetti or Yermicella for 25c 15 lbs. best Colorado Potatoes for 25c 4 large rolls (100 sheets) Toilet Paper, 4 for 25c 5 gallons best Gasoline for 85c 5 gallons best Eupion Oil for 80c Best Baltimore Tomatoes, 2 cans f or-. , . 15c Extra fine quality Iowa Corn, 3 cans for 25c "Wisconsin Early June Peas, regular 12 l-2c quality . 10c Eyster's C. O. D. Grocery People In El From New Mexico. At the Sheldon: H. L. Lee, Albuquer que; George Arnot. Albuquerque; T. E. Fassett, Deming; Miss J. H. Riley, Las Cruces; Miss Mary J. Cuniff, Las Cra ces; George Lynch, Las Cruces; O. J. Durand, Deming; Miss S. B. Hillebrandt, Carrlzozo; T. C. Newly. Yaughn;. At the St. Regis: A. B. Daniel, Dem ing; Mrs. J. J. Murray, Orogrande; Mis,s Youmans, Orogrande; Mrs-. McGluichey, Deming; Mrs. A. A. -Temhe, Deming; N. F. Gumery, Deming; Oscar Lohman, jr.. Las Cruces; C. S. Fuller, Las Cruces; Miss Lohman, Las Cruces; Miss Hatzel, Las Cruces; H. B. Holt, Las Cruces. At rhe Orndorff : M. Freudenthal, Las Cruces. At the Zeiger: J. E. Stephens, Raton; Luej- Rose, Belen; L. H. Bartlett, Silver City. At the Grand Central: T. P. Blevlns Rodeo; O. O. Hamilton, Estancia; L. M. Morris, 'Mogollon; James T. Hall, Leo pold: L. H. Roth, Columbus. From Arizona. At the Sheldon": W. A. Perkins, Gila Bend: L. E. Arnott, Phoenix; E. R- Taft, Ash Fork; W. W. Carpenter, Xogales. At the St. Regis: O. A. Ingram. Globe; Franklin W. Smith, Bisbee; J. W. Wan- drow, Bisbee. At the Angelus: C. T. Wilson, Tucson; James Ashly, Tucson; R. J. Sliter, Tuc son. At the' Orndorff: J. S. Leland, Pres cott; Mrs. C. N. Roberts, Willccx; R. P. Andrews. Clifton; J. B. Wright, Tuc son. At the Zeiger: D. B. Hutchins, Doug las. At the Grand Central: T. P. Blevlns, Chiriachua: M. Zapeco. Metcalf ; RT Val dez, Metcalf: J. J. McCaughey, Metcalf; Paul G. Wuerschmidt, Clifton: A. J. King, Douglas; J. E. Daugher, Tucson; Mrs. G. Bishop, Globe; J. H. Bragan, Globe. From Mexico. At the Sheldon: J. P. Smith, Madera, Chihuahua; L. J. Murray, Mexico City; Sam Houston, Cananea, Sonora: W. H. Smith, Culiacan; George A. Laird and wife, San Pedro, Chihuahua. At the St. Regis: T. R. Ryan, Chihua hua; W. A. Ferguson and wife. Mexico City; H. E. Gerber, Mexico City. At the Orndorff: Mrs. Lago, Mexico City; Hector S. Walker, TonlchI, Sonora; Andrew Walker, Tonichi, Sonora; Allen S. Walker. Tonichi, Sonora. At the Grand Central: A. B. Roberts, Casas Grandes. From Texa. At the Sheldon: W. N. Pence. Mid land; A. H. March, Dallas; J. L. Machem. Abilene: 'C. A. Brown, Abilene; W. B. Hancock, Alpine. At the St. Regis: James Cobb, Clint; J. E. Bishop, Houston; A. M. TJdall, Dal las: Eugene Xolte, San Antonio. At the Angelus: John K. Dunn, Dal las. At the Orndorff: C. A. Wheelock and wife. Dallas: Fred Barr and wife. San Antonio: S. Anderson, San Antonio; AY. E. Robertson, San Antonio. At the Zeiger: J- A. Benchard, Hous ton; Charles Kirsel, Abilene: P. P. Yan Horn, Toyah: Henry Martin, Toyah; Os car Smith. Paducah. At the Grand Central: R. E. Richard son. Pecos; M. W. Kehoe and family, Shafter: M. G. Buchanan, Odessa: W. B. Bates, Odessa: A. H. Crawford; Odessa; A. P. Eaton. Odessa; J. H. Davis. Odes sa: J. W. Buchanan. Odessa; J. S. Baker, Odessa. From the Pacific Coast. At the Sheldonr W. W. Miller, Los Angeles, Cal.: T. H. Stice, San Jose. Cal.: George L. Baker, San Jose. Cal.; tp v Anderson. Los Angeles. Cal ; H. M. Smith. San Francisco; L. R. Pollard ituu wuci """", . Pass Trynk Facfsry Tabor's Metal for Doors and Windows keep out the sand, dirt and wind. 10c 10c 15c 15c tuee, 2 for Best Pie Plant. 2 lbs. for Xew Peas, per ib California Seedless Grape Fruit, 4 for..' Good Apples, 4 lbs- for Fancy California Lemons, 2 dozen for Fancy California Xavel Or anges, 3 dozen for Best Dry Onions, 6 lbs.'for 25c 10c 25c 25c 35c 50c 25c Paso Hotels At the St. Regis: Henry Adolf. San Franclslo; Sam Kirschner. Los Angeles, Cal.; A. M. TJdall, Salt Lake, Utah. At the Angeles: A. A. Buck. San, Francisco; B. S. Levin, Los Angeles; F. A. Cardro, San. Francisco; H. A. Sfin ford, Pasadena, Cal. At the. Orndorff: H. M. Sproul, Los Angeles, Cal.; Charles S. .ColemanLos Angeles, Cal. At the Grand Central z. T- C. Louis, Los Angeles. Cal.; W. R. Hawker, Los An geles, CaL From New York. At the Sheldon: E. J. Smith, H. M. Hibbard. At, 'the St, Regis: Charles H. Levjtt, Martin Levitt, T. A. Affleck, Albert D. Lesser and wife, H. D. Xoe, G. W. Thompson, Lon Garley, I. E. Stebbms, John W. Yoeum. R. B. Henry. -A.t the Grand. Central: Lawrence Hayes. From Caicatge. At the Sheldon: ,G- J. Meyers, Joseph. Brann. D. Erikson, C. S Tewksbury. At the St. Regis: Walter D. Haux. Paul G. Koehn. X. F. Buress, John Stein, A. G. Knebel. At the Angelus: A. D. Walker; H. L. Heist, F. A. Offerle, C. E. Kishher, O. W. Williams. E. Gabel, P. Kilderff. At the Orndorff: Mrs. C. A. Curry. At the Zeiger; R. M. Roberts. From St. IjghIs. At the Sheldon: Buster Brown, Mrs. R. L. S. Brown; G. F. Woodward. At the St. Regis: F. TV. Grice. At the Orndorff: Leon Peters. From Everywhere. At the Sheldon: Andrew H. Smith, Frederick, Olka.; H. L. Lee. Albany, X. Y.; George Arnott. Albany, X. Y.; W. A. "Wilkinson. Minneapolis, Minn.: C. P. Wilkison, Minneapolis, Minn.; Phil B jraKe, Denver, Colo.; W. W. Brown, Canada; J. W. Bishop, Xashville, Ark.: T. E. Lewis, Jacksonville, Fla 4. J Heaton, Denver, Colo.; R. B. Shanklin, Wichita, Kan.; M. L. Asbell. Washing ton, D. C; Irma K. Westenhaver, Iowa City; J. C. Clark. Denver, Colo.; Mr Nellis, Cleveland, O.; Miss X'ellis, Cleve land. O.; P. Rogers. Denver. Colo M E Smith, Madison City, la.; J. C. Murray and wife, Davenport, la.; Mamie J Pad din. Denver, Colo.; Alex. M. Bogy, Kan sas City, Mo. - At the St. Regis: W. L. Arp, Spirit Lake. la.; Elmer Tritch, Helman, Ind".; A. W. Anderson. Omaha. Neb.. J b" Pendarvis. Denver, Colo.; J. M. McDon ald, Denver, Colo.; H. C. Brunlaker In dianapolis; H. S. Hale, jr.. Mayfiald Ivy.: Miss Xellis, Cleveland, O.; Mr Xellis. Cleveland. O.; T. X'. Nelson. Kan sas City, Mo.; C. H. Ausleker and wife Cedar Rapids, la.; Allen C McLanuche! St. Paul, Minn.; H. P. Moss, Pittsburg, Pa.: L. Maynard and wife, Boston," Mass.; W. Moore. Shreveport, La.; J. B. .ucuermott. New Orleans, La.; Geor ge . fcnaw, Kansas City, Mo. At the Angelus: M. C. Watts, Kansas City; Wm. J. Sullivan. Cedar Rapids la.; A. T Stuart. New Orleans, La.; d! Dorbian, Allentown, Pa.; E. W. Hurley Clevelan-d, O. At the Orndorff: Ben Everett, Colum bus. O.; A. J. Galley, Denver. Colo.; Wm H. Wanfor, Cincinnati, Q.; W. B. Bryn Kansas City, Mo.; R. P. Meridith, Bir mingham, Ala.; Mrs. T. P. Lowe, Bir mingham. Ala.; Will Eastabrook, Ja maica Plains, Ala. At the Zeiger: A. F. Robb, Topeka, Kan.; J. N. Stauffer, Kansas City, Mo. W. K. France. Pueblo. Colo.; w. H Kemler. Ashland, Ky.; Oscar Smith Pa ducah, Ky.; J. L. Ellison, Omaha, Neb.; James Stelnbach, Ashland, Kan. At the Grand Central: R. Gamble, Pittsburg; a W. Chandler," Woodwar-i- xnau nuiiuru, xuuiuiannOCK, Pa Trunks, Bags and Suit Cues made repaired and exehangsd. Opposite postoffice. acrosa Plara. TeL 1054: Auto l&W. Weather Strips Beets (large bunches Cali fornia beets) each Turnips, large bunches, each. Spinach, 2 lbs. for Large California Head Let- Gralg, 0'Donntil & Do., St n, Agts. Phone Bell 43. Chamber of Commerce Bldg.