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Wednesday, April 20, 1910.
a Buy Your GROCERIES You would be surprised to know how much money you can save by buying in quantities (say a month's supply) from us at WHOLESALE PRICES FOR CASH. Get our figures on your next bill. We are experienced grocerymen. We know the grocery business. We can and will sell you groceries for less than you have been paying. Our "motto" in buying is quality FIRST, then PRICE- WHAT IS YOURS? Pure Creamery Butter for 35c 3 pkgs. American Oatmeal for 25c 6 pkgs. Quaker or Scotch Oatmeal for 55c 3 pkgs. Puffed "Wheat for 25c 2 pkgs. Puffed Eice for 25c 3 pkgs. Kellogg s Corn Flakes for 25c 3 pkgs. Ralston Famous Hominy Grits for 25c 12 lb. sack Ralston Famous AYhole Wheat Flour for 60c What Are You Paying for These Goods? lUeans Pioneer 3Iilk for 25c 25c 25c 25c 25c 25c 50c 6 small cans "Bordens'1 Milk for 4 2-Ib. cans Baltimore To matoes for 3 2-4b. cans Banquet Corn for d; 2 2-lb. cans Lima Beans for 2 3 -lb- cans Peaches, Pears or Apricots for 3 3 -lb. cans extra standard Peaches, Pears or Apricots.. SPRING- SPECIALS, JUST RECEIVED Full quart can Guaranteed Pure Olive Oil for. . .$1.00 35c size bottles Royal Salad Dressing for 30c Anco Pitted Evaporated Cherries, per pkg 35c 2 lb. cans Monarch Pitted Cherries, per can 35c 1 dozen packages Jello, any flavor, for 1.10 Phone us early, it helps us to get, there on time. Vie deliver to Est El Paso on Tuesdays and Fridays; Highland Park on "Wednesdays; Smelter, Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays; to all points on railroads out of El Paso every day, F. 0. B. El Paso. TVe give special attention to shipping orders. Give our shipping depart ment a trial. Standard Grocery Co. THE CASH STORE. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BELL PHONES 367 AND 348. 208-210-212 L CL.TST FAR3IER. CCTTIXG FIRST CROP OF ALFALFA Quality I Better Than Usual Recent Frost liamased But Little Fruit. New Xotcs. Clint, Texas. April 20. E. L. "Wetzigr Is the first of the valley farmers to commence cutting alfalfa in this sec tion, and he reports the crop as heavy ns usual, with the quality exceient. This hay will be reaxly for the market next weeit. which is 30 days earlier than j usual. This shows what the Bio Grande valley will do when plenty of water Is to be had during the early spring, as was the case this season. Miss Crane, of El Paso, is visiting at the '.Toe Silva home. Shilo Kxebaum is clerking at the Mc Kinney store fliis week. llrs. Reid, of San Antonio, Texas, mother of D. N Reid. is visiting at his home. Mr. and Mrs. "R. B. Meadows are vis iting at the McKInney home. Miss Edna Swartout has accepted a M Y PERSONAL EXPE - with TUBER By WILL M. ROSS Afflicted with tuberculosis, I went to El Paso in 1908, supposing that the climate, .alone, would cure me. It proved a costly supposition. It was only after making many costly mistakes, that I learned the way to health. That others may profit by and avoid my experiences, I have endeavored, in this hook, to show YOTJ how you can carry into practice wherever you are the methods that the cure depends on. Read postpaid on receipt of 50 cents (silver or money order.) Address Will M. Boss, 202 Herald Bldg., Stevens Point. Wise HERES WHERE W GO docVs T. '4L Q-V A.A P-2s j A S. V Vo-!nf3a FOR. TOUR GARDEN DOXT YOU XEED A WHOLE LOT OF XEW TOOLS? WE HAVE THE3I. DOXT BORROW TOUR NEIGHBOR'S. WE DO NOT "GO TO SEED" IN OUR BUSINESS, BUT KEEP UP TO DATE WITH ALL THE RELIABLE BRANDS OP HARDWARE IN ABUND ANCE. "WE HATE IT." Laurie Hardware Company M at Wholesale Prices j 24 lb. sack Silver Coin Flour for 24 lb. sack American Lady QP Hour for 7)J 24 lb. sack Globe or 1 j Cream of Wheat Flour. .vl' (Genuine Mexican Peaberr. Coffee, per lb.... 3 lbs- Blue Ribbon Coffee for 2 lbs. President Coffee (it's good try it) for 2 '.b. White House Coffee for 75c 75c AUTO 1901 St. Louis St. J position with the C. M. McKinney com pany. The recent cold weather did but little damage to fruit in this section, and the crop promises to be as large as usual. Everything is quiet in baseball cir cles since the G., H. & S. A. team made the second visit of the season and de feated the locals. Dr. E. A. Brown has returned from a trip to California. COMPANY WILL DISTRIBUTE . OIL FROM TAUGHX, X." 3L Vaughn. X. M-, --xpril 20. E. C. Stone, representing the Continental Oil com pany, has bought a number of lots for his company and will make Vaughn a distributing point. A storage tank will be built at once- J. H. and R. R. Bolli,, of Arkansas, have been nere several days. They may locate on claim-. L,. Latham and judge R. E. Tyler of Guyman, Okla, are here with a view of investing. RIENCE IS it; your physician will endorse it. I GARDENING A A X j ;!QyKE YOUR KIDNEYS 5 PERSONAL. ' -- JL J - JL JL 1 t JL F- JL "L. JU JL. Ji. JC I "rTrT"sTVVTT',"r"aTTVTr-s-T-- Tiev. C. S. "Wright returned yesterday from Carlsbad. N. M., where he has been iir attendance at the district conference. Mrs. B. cago for F. Hammett has gone to Chi a fortnight's visit. Mrs. R. C. Loomis is the suest of her brothers Noel and Carl Longuemare at their ranch in New Mexico. Mr. and Mrs. Powel Stackhouse are spending a short time in the city from San Antonio, X. M. Mrs. A. Solomon will stop over in the city this week on her return from the east to spend a few days with Mrs. Nathan Solomon before returning to her home in San Francisco. V Mr. and Mrs. S. Aronstein are now oc cupying' their new home on West Boule vard. Robert Lockhart and bride, who were married in Houston on April 11, arc spending their honeymoon in El Paso and other southwestern points. Mr. Lockhart was formerly an El Paso boy, and has many friends here who 'welcome his return. Mrs. Mary Wilson, who has spent the winter here visiting Mrs. Carter White, will leave next week for Colorado Springs for the summer. m Mrs. Carter White has returned from a month's visit in St. Louis, and Quincy, 111. Wm. R. E. Keen, of 1012 North Campbell street, has just returned from New Orleans, where he has been en j03'ing himself with the Shriner bunch. Miss Marguerite Priddy, of Keys ville, A"a., who has been spending the winter here with her sister, Mrs. R. F. Harvey, of 810 Arizona street, left last evening en route for her home. She will visit friends at Wichita Falls, Memphis and Abington, Va. She will also make a short stop at Bristol. Mrs. B. F. Elliott, who has been the guest of Mrs. M. TV. Collie and Mrs. J. D. Berry during the winter, has left for Sierra Blanco, Mex., where she ex pects to make her home. W. D. Mayfield, now living on East Rio Grande street, has .begun to build his new home on Montana street. Henry Dunbar, employed in the gen eral offices of the Southern Pacific at San Francisco as auditor, is the guest of his sister, Mrs. I. K. Hudson, 910 East Boulevard, for a day, en route to San Antonio, Tex. Mrs. Jas. McDonald, of San Antonio, Tex., and Miss Sarah B. McDonald, Bridgeton, N. J., living near Philadel phia, Pa., the latter having charge of the Ivy Hall Preparatory school at that place, have been guests of J. S. Wright, S15 East Rio Grande, for the last two weeks. F. F. Parsons, of Haven, Kan., is the guest of M. D. Gaylord, 60S Arizona stret, for a couple of months. Mrs. O. H. Baum has returned home from Kansas City, where she was called by the death of her sister. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Leavell have re turned from a visit to eastern Txas. Miss Clara Hague, a charming El Paso girl, who ha. been visiting her sister, Mrs Howard Laubach, in the Philippines the last two years, will ar rive home the last of the week. Capt. and Mrs. Laubach will pass through with their battalion on its "way to Fort Clark. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Newman, sr.. and Mis'! Queenie Keteker left Saturday for Santa Monica to spend the summer f $ V WOMEN'S ORGANIZATIONS. 4"fr 'r -&"r The Letters and Art department of the Woman's jlub neic an unusually in teresting meeting this afternoon at the club room." Dr. Ida Bishop was in charge of the i program. Mrs. O. C. Ellison wdH be the next hostess for the Shakspere club at her delightful home in Highland park. The Woman's Aid society of the East El Paso Presbyterian church will meet Thursday afternoon at 2:30 oclock at the home of Mrs. G. W. Kiester. The meeting of the W. C. T. TJ. last Friday changed' somewhat from pre pared program, as It was given over mostly to "Mother Thew" who took charge of the devotional service, and gave her experiences. Mrs. Alice B. Thompson recited charmingly "The Old Man's Idyl.' Mrs. Lansing Bloom from Las Cruces spoke as a guest. Refreshments were served. Flowers were arranged and sent out to the sick and shutin. Mrs. C. S. Wright entertained the Home Mission society and members of Trinity M.' E. church at her home, S07 Mesa avenue, Monday afternoon, April 18. The program for the afternoon con sisted' of a duet by Mrs. W. W. Evans and Mrs. Tucker, and two readings by Miss Beth Page Hanks. Mrs. T. J. Woodside conducted a "Home Mission Quiz" on the order of an old .fashioned spelling match. After the. "quiz," the guests were requested to pass into the dining room where delicious refresh ment were served, iiacn guest was presented with a card'bearing the in itials of the hostess, the date and the motto of the Home Mission society. The decorations for the occasion were pinK and white sweet peas and the entire house was open to the guests. COLD "WEATHER DAMAGES FRUIT AT ALTO, X. M. Heavy Snow Puts Ground in Good' Con dition and Fanners Get Busy. Spelling: Match Won. Alto, X. M.. April 20. The recent cold spell damaged the fruit crop consider ably. On April 15 and 1G the thermom eter registered 2a degrees above zero. The heavy snowfall of last weeTt has given the 'much needed moisture to the ground and farmers are busy planting spring crops. Mrs. ,T. V. Tully and children, Fred and Susie, of Glencoe, X. M., "-who Jhave been visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Gilinore. have returned home Jim Robinson, of Bonito, is visiting his sister, Mrs. "VV. N. Hightower. L - At the "spelling content at Angus, Sat urday night, Alto won the prize. Do Not Endnuger Life When nn El Pnso Citizen Shows You the Cure. Why will people continue to suffer ' the agonies of kidney complaint, back- ! ache, urinary disorders, lameness, vaoi'iia: ijirurnor. wl,v allow them selves to become chronic invalids, . when a certain cure is offeredthem? I Doan's Kidney Pills is the remedy to use. because it gives to the kidneys the help they need to perform tneir work. If you have any, even one, ol tne symptoms of kidney diseases, cure j I yourself now, before diabetes, dropsy or Bright's disease sets in. Keaa xms j El Paso testimony: j J. C. Elliott, Courthouse Block, San I Antonio street, El Paso. Texas, says: "I , j was troubled xor some time Dy a uun. ache in .the small ot my uacK, orougni. on I believe by heavy lifting. The kid- J ney secretions contained a heavy sedi- j ment and were otherwise unnatural. The j use of a few boxes of Doan's Kidney j Pills, procured at Kelly & Pollards drug store, corrected these difficulties and I have had no occasion to take a kidney remedy since. At that time 1 j publicly recommended Doau's Kidney i Pills and I can now say that I hold just as high an opinion of them." For sale by all druggists. Price 50 cents. Foster-MUburrt Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. TROOPS TO AEEIVE HERS SUNDAY NEXT Twenty-third Is Expected at San Erancisco Thursday. Fort Notes. Fort Bliss, Tex., April 20. Head quarters band and the second battalion of the 23d infantry will arrive in San Franciscft, Cal., tomorrow and arc ex pected at Ft. Bliss Sunday next. The regiment is In command of Col. A. C. Sharpe, 23d Infantry. Second Lieut. Desobry, 19th infantry, with a detachment of 28 men of the 19th infantry, will leave for San Fran cisco, Cal., April 30, in time to take the transport sailing May 5, to join their regiment in the Philippines. Second Lieut. Howard G. Sharpe, 23d Infantry, son of Col. Sharpe, Is" now al Ft. Bliss. He will leave shortly for Ft. Leavenworth, Kan., to be examined for promotion. Corporal Glied, hospital corps, sta tioned at Ft. Bliss, is undergoing ex amination for the position of sergeant, In the nospital corps. From mail received at this post from the 19th Infantry, they are well pleased with their station In the Philippine Islands. The 23d infantry will be divided as follows: First battalion. Fort Mcin tosh, Tex.; second battalion. Ft. Bliss. Tex.; third battalion, Ft. Clark. Tex. The 23d infantry will be the first infantry troops at Clark for many yeai. as Clark is a cavalry post. COUNCIL APPOINTS CITT OFFICERS AT TUCUMCARI Attorney General of Tennessee Tisits the Town Name of Hotel Changed to St. Regl. Tucunicari. N. M., April 30. The new city council met Monday night. Those attending were: J. A. Youree, ynayoT; J. A. Daughtry, clerk; aldermen from first ward. A. B. Dauber and A. B. Simpson; second ward, B. F. Kegley. Ed Love; third ward. Joseph Israel and S. H. Nea fus; fourth ward, C. H. Rankin and R. A. Dodson. The resignations of W. F. Buchanan and Geo. W. Evans were ac cepted. The following appointments were made: Marshal, R- L Patterson: night watchman, A. P. Wilkerson; city attorney, Walter W. Mayes; city physi cian. Dr. H. D. Nichols. Attorney Fitzpatrick. of the firm of Cruzen & Fitzpatrick, of El Paso, is In the city. " A. B. Anderson, of Nashville. Tenn., attorney general of the state, Js In the city. Mrs. A. L. Hammons is visiting in Tu cumcari. Her home is in Rocky, Okla. County commissioner R. C. Stubbins has moved his family from Nara Visa to Tueumcari. Mt. Stubbins will en gage in business here. J. L. Merrill, of Dayton. Ohio, presi dent of a railroad construction firm, has been In the city for several days. The Antlers hotel has been leased by Miss Bessie McHugh. The name has j been changed and hereafter will be known as the St. Regis. The" Electric theater has been leased by J. E. French, of Denver. U. S. Smith, the grocery-man, has sold has business to Smith & Eager, and 'will move to his ranch. MONTEREY NEWS NOTES AND PERSONAL MENTION Monterey. N. M., April 20. W. H. Johnson, father of J. L. Johnson, who has been viPiting with relatives in Tennessee, Oklahoma and Texas, for the past IS months, has returned home. L. E. Lumbley and C. E. Moyer have returned from the Hunter ranch. A petition is being circulated to se cure the removal of the station from First to Second street. R. Malcome has returned to his home at Mountain Park, N. M. For Your Hair Here Are Facts We "Want Yon to Prove at Our Risk. Marvelous as it may seem, Rexall 93" Hair Tonic has grown hair on heads that were once bold. Of course it is understood that in none of these cases were the hair roots dead nor had the scalp taken on a glazed, shiny ap pearance. When the roots of the hair are en tirely dead and the pores of the scalp are glazed over, we do not believe that anything can restore hair growth. When Rexall "93" Hair Tonic will do a above stated, it is not strange that we have such great faith in it and that we claim it will prevent baldness when used in time. It acts scientifically, de stroying the germs which are usually responsible for baldness. It penetrates to the roots of the hair, stimulating and nourishing them. It is a most pleasant toilet necessity, is delicately perfumed and will not gum nor perma nently stain the hair. We want you to get a bottle of Rex all "93" Hair Tonic and use it as di rected. If it does not relieve scalp Irri tation, remove dandruff, prevent the hair from falling out and promote an increased growth of haJr and in every way give entire satisfaction, simply come back and tell us and without ques tion or formality we will hand back to you every penny you paid us for it. We lend our endorsement to Rexall "93" Hair Tonic and sell it On this guarantee, because we believe it is the best hair tonic ever discovered. It comes jn two sizes, prices 50 cents and 1.00. Remember you can obtain it only at our stores, The Rexall Stores. Peo ple's Drug Store and Kelly & Poilard. il - -s- -sf -r wwr isr t " T V m C T 1 f j u U I 1 u ii rsj I Y To Get a Stylish Tailored Coa Suit at About Half Price Will Surely Knock But Once Coat suits, made of panama serge and mannish suitings, strictly tailor made in latest 'and most exclusive st yles, made of finest material in all colors, the very last word in fashionable prominence. We will sell the uits Thursday, Friday and Saturdav at remarkably low prices. . 4il A QS Coat suits worth $22.00 at T10 m ilk resses Very stylish and up-to-date, the tyle and make are exclusive with us. You cannot x the same thing at any other store in the city, and you cannot buy one just as good, for twice the price asked here. Made of taffeta, imcssaline, pongee and changeable silk, latest style, trinque effect, with over skirt silk dresses. Worth $22-00, afc 4.98 Wash Dresses !Made of ginghams, trimmed in lace and embroidery; latest style, trinque effect, regular price $8.50 and $12.50. ' Special $4.98. dQ TE and J5f O Sailor Hats The demand for fhe hats has been so great in the past i&vr weeks, that it is almost impossible to keep them in stock, therefore we are 'buying them in quantities. We -have just re ceived another large "shipment of the very newest styles- One here that will suit vou; come and look them over. Sailor Hats worth $1.49 jlc9o $2.75, at Sailor Hats worth $3.00, at Specials in SHANTUNG SILK. The new silk that is all the rage now. If your suit ds made of shantiing silk you can rest assured that it is up to fashion's mark. Sold every wbre QA at C5c per yard; special, a yard OJ?C TUB TUSSAH SILK. Just received now shipment in all the latest weaves and colors, worth 75c a yard; special, a yard 27-INCH RAJAH SILK. All colors, special. 2Q a yard OeC CHENEY BROS.' SILKS AND PRINTED CHINAS. In a. large range of colors; value 69c a yard; ?f special, a yard OvC HIMALAYA CLOTH. If your spring and summer suit is made of Himalaya cloth you will be considered -a correct dresser by those who know. It is the new fabric for suits and dresses. We have it in all colors and will Q g? sell Himalaya cloth, a yard .wOC NEW MIRAGE SILK. The kind that sells for $1.25 a yard; QQ specia.1, a yard v O I HQAVEOr LOW PRICES I DJES AFTER T.OXG ILXXESS. Tuiarosa. N. M.. April 20. Mrs. Scott .Tones died Tuesday at her home, two milep south of town. She leaves a hus band and four childrei. Mrs. Jones had suffered for several months with ty phoid fever and rheumatism. Jessie Rogers has rfettirnecf to Bent after a. lone visit here. Dan Shoemaker is in El Paso. ADS BY PHOXE. Call Bell 115, Auto 1115. tell what vou wish to- buy. sell or rent and The Herald will do the rest. BAGGAGrE PHONE BELL 1 AUTO 1001 Will be up right away. Careful men- Reasonable prices. Longwefl's Transfer 116 SAN FRANCISCO ST. ODOM TEANSFSR CO. 3AGGAGE AND MOVING ALL KINDS OF HAULING PROMPT ATTENTION 3e!l Phone 1054 Auto Phone 1951 109 MAIN ST. PACKING, REPAIRING, FINISHING, UPHOLSTERING. 'ORSITUSE Fred Ni. Bagge 710 Wheeling St. Phone 327S. ft Write for Catalogue of V AND STATIONERY Jj Elfe Stutters FT. PAV1 TPVAS. Cf aHMBMMaBKBaKHMmKasBan 7? sftdpndesif J PL KhsiFiFi7 Pattern Hats A few of the best and most exclu sive stvles left, that must move. Pattern Hats worth $15.00, at 3o.7o Veil; All colors, double width hemstitched, made of fine chiffon, just the thing for El Paso windstorms, d 1 A Q Veils worth $2.50, at,..l frl Silk Underskirts Black and in colors, $0 QQ $5.50 Skirts for ).?0 Dress Skirts Made of fine panama. and shepherd's plaids, black and all colors; latest trinque effect; Skirts &A QQ worth $8.50 'at tPTmUO Silk Hose Onyx brand silk hose, all colors, pure silk; regular price $1.50 QQ pair. Special, pair S70C Silk Lisle Hose Black and colors; regular price 75c &;??. : f..48c Gauze Lisle Hose Black, white price 35c ; special, pair , and colors; regular 23c Silks and Wash Fabrics SECO AND SUISSE SILKS. ln a large variety of colors; generally retailed at 50c a yard; special, a yard. .. 30 inches wide, of colors, some with side bands for trimming; special, a yard -. For waists ajid pretty; special, Pretty figures yard ; special, a yard DIMITIES AND LAWNS. AH new goods of good .quality, neat designs; special, a yard KNICKERBOCKER NAINSOOK. 40 inches wide, of superior quality, 10 yards invbolt: special, per bolt ! SEND DRINK MILK DRI8K PLENTY Of EL PASO PURE-MILK There is more food value in one quart of El Paso Pure Milk than there, is in one pound of the choicest porterhousa steak. El Paso Pure MHIc Is pure milk. It comes 'rom inspected, contented cows, end is trjpUed by the most scientific methods. Delivered to you in sterilized air-tight bottles. El Paso Dairv Co., Pbones: Bell S40j Aut 11S9, Office 313 X. OreKTO. "Wt fool iht sun" PORCH CURTAINS A SPECIALTY LP.&S.W. Awning Go. Phone Auto 1882 ASSAYEES x& CHEMISTS Assay Office ESTABLISHED 1828. D. TV. Rsczeabt. E J., Proprietor. "gent for Ore Shippers As3ays and Chemical Analysis. Mines Examined and Reported Upon. Bullion Work Specify. P.0.B0X88. Office and Laboratory: Car. Saa Fraeckca & CUfcsafcaa Sfe. EL ?A. TEXAS. Custom Assay Office CRITCHKTT A FJ2ROUSOX. Snecor ts Huxhes Critahatt. Myr. Chemists, Xstallurslst. AgreRts rer Or Shippers. E::& Sin Fr&ncixc Su Fheas 22c Bilk! IHJiil K.-Bnlr 25c MERCERIZED DRESS LINEN. Best quality, all the latest patterns and QQ colors, 27 inches wide; a bargain, a yard- dwC AMERICAN BEAUTY BATISTE- new and neat designs in alarge range 12'2C 30-INCH FLAXON. dresses, very neat and a yard 19c 25c 10c WHITE MADRAS, neat designs; worth. 35"c $1.50 US YOUR MAIL ORDERS. SPECIAL SALE! Bargains in tailor made pants aad suits assorted sizes aJid good pat terns fine clothing uncalled for; must be sold. E. V. PEAESOST, 110 Texas St. IF IT'S FOR MEN get it at Scott & Thornton's 2 1 5 San Antonio St. ASK YOUR GBOCEB FOR Arctic or Matador Brand Lard Compound, the Pure Vegetable Lard, Manufactured by El Paso Refining Co., El Paso, Texas. H II