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Snodgrass, Of Beaumont,
Heads Texas Travelers
ALL THE VOTER
WILL HAVE A
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Eysters C O. D. Grocery
Beli Phones 823, 844.
Auto Phone 1691
ppjjv Specials d&Wk
We -frill discontinue handling Infants' and Children's Hose and
Socks. Closing out eale begins tomorrow We know you nover
before had an opportunity like tihe folia-wing:
Children's Hose and Infants' Socks, in'a "full range of colors and
sizes to commence frith, but be on hand early tomorrow. The
values are so unusual some of the sizes will soon be exhausted.
The Socks are lace, some Troth plaid tops. The Hosp are plain
and lav Stoekiiwrs. The valuer stp reenlarlv Jr t a
2dc. On sale tomorrow at 2 pair for
We are closing out "Ferris' ,
and INazaretli "Waists sold
everywhere at 25c at 2 for
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JT Mr M
SOc and 75c Neckwear
3 for SI,
Dainty Iveckwear at a Bargain price tomorrow and tomorrow even
ing. This as the best Neckwear Special we have been able to offer
this season. Every new idea is shown in the collec
tion. Values are regularly SOc and 75c On sale
tomorroV only, at 3 for
(Only 3 rwill be sold to each customer)
Pecqs Man Is Named by the
Governor to Attend Con
gress at Pueblo.
Austin, Tex., May 6. Delegates
named by the governor to attend the
National Irrigation Congress at Pueblo.
Colo., in September, are: M. la. Swine
hart, of Pecos: E. "W. Griffin, of Toyah;
Y. T. Knickerbocker and Avery Turner,
of Amarillo; "W. L. Sargent, of Port
RAILROAD XETiVS IS'OTES.
RATES TO 3LAXT POINTS FOR
CONVENTIONS AM) MEETINGS
Special round trip rates will be of
fered by the railroads for the general,
assembly of the Presbyterian church at
Dickson, Tenn, May 19-25; convention
of chiefs of police of the United States
and Canada at Birmingham, Ala., Ma3'
10-14; convention of the Improved Or
der of Red Men at Tombstone, Ariz.,
May 25-26; convention of the Knights
of Columbus of Arizona at Tomb
stone, May 12-15; annu.il convention of
the Mormon church at St. Louis. June
3-6; Baptist Sunday school convention
at Atlanta, Ga., May 25-30; United
Sunday school convention at "WaiiiTio-
1 ton, D. C, May ld-24. Federation of
"Woman's clubs at Cincinnati, May 11
1S; Conference of Charities at StXoul
J May 19-26; Southern Baptist conven
tion at Baltimore, Md., May 11-1S.
MAY BUIL.D TO PACIFIC COAST.
Torreon, Mex., May 6. Sub-contractors
on the ne-vr railroad being construct
ed from the city of Durango into the
timbered districts of the state of Da
Tango, report that the road will no
doubt bo completed within the present
year. The new line is an extension Of
the National Railways of Mexico, and
the survey has been completed and plans
and specifications accepted by the gov-
UIUIUCUL, Mj 1U1 ii i-lil. VlUUclU. J.U is exi
strvicu. a.ixu nits iuau uiu ct ciiiuaiij'
reach the port of Mazatlan on the Paci
Q& Z& 't J MS?!: -. . , 3;
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m?v &; t- narijiii ntr--ttb-'
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A- V t-v . , ' . Ti.. MMHfAOHaMX-M'. BtZJiM . -- UA.- .i" .. -V Jj-Vil
The lowest prices, the best goods, and having added
another wagon, we hope to have the best service.
D. 11. SNODGRASS.
Galveston Tex., May 6. The Travelers Protective association, Texas di
vision, elected officer as follows this iroriilnff:
David R. Snodgrraa, of Beaumont, president? R. I. Rnrnett, of San An
tonio, vice president; A. Blnkelspiel, of Dallas second vice president Fred
Palmer, of Dallas, secretary-treasurer.
Train Bnlletl. -
Ail afternoon trains axe reported s
Peanut Bar, 15 Cents.
Saturday only, we tvIII sell our own
make of delicious 25 cents a pound Pea
nut Bar for 15 cents a pound.
Potter Drug Co.
Dr. Cameron ro reliable dentistry.
Xo Flies on Our Vegetables.
"When vou get vegetables from this
store you set fresh vegetables, not the
kind that have been covered with flies.
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery.
Dr. Cameron, dentist, over Guarantee
shoe store. Auto phone 1744.
Peanut Bar, 15 Cents.
Saturday only, we will sell our own
make of delicious 25 cents a pound Pea
nut Bar for 15 cents a pound.
Potter Drug Co. y
"Proposals for construction of ice
plant," and addressed Quartermaster.
Dr. Willis R Smixn, Cliln genito
urinary and rectal diseases. Office rooms
201, 20. Qaple's bulldingr.
We never saw nicer strawberries
than those we get every morning. They
are fresh picked and everyone good.
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery.
Hold baggage checks for Ixmgwell;
get your baggage today, not tomorrow.
Fort Bayard. 3". ST., April 30, 1910.
Sealed proposals in triplicate for fur
nishing and installing the machinery
for power refrigerating, and electric
lighting systems, at this post, will be
received until 11 c- -u, May 28th. and
then opened. Information furnished on
application. U. S. reserves right to ac
cept or reject any or all proposals or
any part thereof. Envelopes containing
proposals should be marked "Proposal
for machinery" and addressed to 1st
Lt. Chas. C. "Winnia, Constructing Quartermaster.
Hear E. St. Elmo Lewis.
Every business man in the city
. should hear the lecture by E. St! Elmo
! T.vw!o in Viic ?. mnv4- Yl",1.. a .
Mr. Hewls is advertising manager for
the Burroughs Adding Machine com
pany, and has had a -world of experi
ence in business. He will tell you many
things that will be worth knowing. Mr.
CARMEX INITIATE A
BUXCH OF CANDIDATES
Ixdge No. 152, of the Brotherhood of
irailway Carmen of America, held a
meeting Thursday evening in Odd Fel
lows' hall and put four neophytes
through the 'steen degrees of the lodge.
The goat is fine and the initiates are
doing well. The carmen plan to give a
smoker at the first meeting in June.
M. Ii. SWIXEHART.
Worth; Alba Heywood, of San Benito;
"W. S. Fitch. Mercedes: Iyn C. Hall, of
Harlangen; G. A. Dobbins, of Galves
ton; J. H. Kirkpatrlck, of San Antonio;
TV. M. Hamilton, of Palestine; R. N.
IcMIll, of Brownsville; J. E. Kerr, of
Sherman; 17m. Carroll, of Beaumont; '
judge Jesse Matthews of Glendale; ,
John Rayson, of Eagle Lake; T. P. Bro- t
aeix of Pierce, and J. F. Booty, of '
ABOUT RAILROAD PEOPLE.
TIXE 1VAS UP
Tt Was Quit Coffee or Die.
TThen - woman is brought to the
rei the grave by poisoning from
the drinking of ordinary coffee day by
. day, and is then made a well woman
by leaving it off, her experience Is
worth something to others that are poi
soned in various ways from the same
A 2Cew Haven, Conn., woman says:
"Four years ago my life hung on a
Tery slender thread with llter, kidney
ana heart trouble, and a very severe
form of rheumatism. I was confined
to bed with hands, wrists, feet and an
kles so badly swollen that they bore
Henry Bose, a baggageman at the
ui.ion station is ill of lagrippe.
District engineer TV. M. Reed, of
the reclamation service, recurned from
Selden Friday morning.
TV. TVhitmore, a formerVenglneer on
the T. P., is now a motorman on the
electric car line in El Paso.
Mrs! TV. J. Sickles, wife of former
Pullman conductor. TV. J. Sickles, will
leave soon for a three months visit to
old Mexico. ,
F. B. King, superintendent of the
"ncstern division of the Southwestern, is
in the city to see Mrs. King, who Is in
a local hospital.
H. J. Betzler, head barber at the
union station barber shop, returned
Thursday from Kansas City. He was
accompanied by his wife.
Mrs. TV. R. Barnes, of Dallas, arrived
in the city Friday morning to visit her
sen, TV. C. Barnes, chief clerk of the
freight department of the Southwest
ern. "Bob" Robcrsen, foreman of the bag
gage room at the union station, is
v orklng temporarily in the office of the
ticket agent, while Mr. Spohr is on a
leavf of absence.
Billle S"chwartz, who vfired out of El
" 3Ioney Lost. , -
Clifford TV. Jamison, 'of Pearce, Ariz,
cnrrmlamed to the police Thursday af
ternoon that he had been relived of j Lewis dees things In a bi
?,13S. Shortlv afterward, his roommate,
TVillie TVatson. was taken into custody J
by detectives and held lor further ex- ,
amination. The money has not yet been J
Grebe cleans clothes, 418 N. Oregon.
Eat More Butter.
Sedgwick creamery butter is good for
you. Helps down other food that's
good for you. Puts an edge on your
appetite and nourishes 3'our body.
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery.
Dr. Gallagher, Trust Bldg., hours 9 to
11 a. m., 2:30 to 4f30 p. m.
C. L. Blllington, 7u .Magoffin. Tel. 1489.
painting, paper hanging, decorating.
Dr. Starker,. 31S-319 Caples Bldg.,
Practice limited to diseases of the eye,
ear, nose and throat-
Fresh (California cherries every morn
ing at Jackson's. Phone 353.
Special, ladies purses, chopping bags.
El Paso Trunk factory, north side plaza.
$3.00 Photograps, 00c Per Dor.
Our regular ?3 panelette photos for
month May at 90 c per dozen. Gott
lieb's studio, Little Plaza, over Pot
ter's Drug store.
Wo Cook Tour 3Ieals.
These are the das that play an im
portant part in our delicatessen de
partment. There you'll find everything
that's good to eal, ready to be served.
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery.
Dr. Carpenter, oific at the Eye and
Ear hospital, Stanton and "Wyoming.
Tir racomhlonir. m ---- il. i '
Z 1 J "1C uuuian j Paso on the T. & P. for a nUmber of
"I had frequent sinking spells from
heart weakness when I was thought to
be dying and sometimes thought to be
dead. My Doctor, one of the directors
of the State Hospital, a very successful
man in his profession, told me to stop
drinking coffee and use Postum, as he
said coffee was the primary cause of
'I took his advice at once and also
discontinued medicines. Slowly the
swelling disappeared, and the rheuma
tism left me, the sinking spells became
less frequent, and I got out of bed and
around the house. I was completely
cured, but It required some time.
"For the past three years I have been
a perfectly strong, healthy woman,
sleep well, with good appetite, good
color, active, and energetic.
"It is a great pleasure to testifj' for
Postum, which has mado me a well wo
man again. I have many friends here and
in other parts of the state who ara
years, has been promoted and is now
running a switch engine at Toyah, Tex.
He has been in the city visiting rela
tives. C. Kiphaut, chief clerk to the general
passenger agent of the Southern Pa
cific company and Atlantic Steamship
lires, with headquarters in New York,
passed through El Paso Friday on his
way to the coast.
TV. C. Van Vleck, vice president and
general manager of the G. H.-; arrived In
El Paso Friday morning on S. P. train
No. & and will leave for Houston Fri
day evening on Xo. 10. Mr. Van Vleck
i has been making a trip of inspection, j
l having passed through El Paso several
days ago on his way to the coast.
Read the little book, ''The Road to
TVellvllle," in pkgs. "There's a Reason."
Ever read tho above letter? A evr
ona appears from time to tlsie. They
ara genuine, time, and full o human
STOREKEEPER RESIGXS; OTHER
FEDERAL EMPLOYES PROMOTED.
As a result of the resignation at the
smelter of H. L. "Walker, storekeeper
A. L. Sharpe, collector of customs, has
announced the following promotions:
Robert A. Martin, sampler and assist-
using Postum regularly, and I knovr Mt storekeeper, to succeed Mr. Walker
to their very great benefit." a Barbee from sampler to sampler
and assistant storekeeper;
Miller to succeed O. H. Barbee as sam
pler, and D. C. Eels, inspector, to suc
ceed Mr. Miller. Horace T Crockett
has been appointed inspected to succeed
D. C. Eels-
Held on Theft Charge.
Manuel Cruz was arrested Thursday
and docketed at the police station pn a
charge of theft under $50. He was ac
cused of taking some articles from
TIES THE VEIL
OF A HUN
Husband Assassinated by a
Bomb She "Will do Hos-"
Moscow, Brussels, May v6. The grand
duchess Elizabeth who Is the widow of
grand duke Sergius and a sister of em
press Alexandra, has taken the veil of
a nun. She will devote herself to the
hospital of the "Woman's Refuge, which
was founded after the assassination of
two definite and final solutions to this
Tour first solution Is to raise the
water rates to the consumers, to an
amount sufficient to enable the Inter
national Water company to operate,
imaintaiirand extend its plant. In ac
cordance with the report of exgoverner
Sayers; the other solution IB municipal
ownership on the basis of the report of
the 'second w&ier commission, and as
agreed to by the water company.
Being but two solutions to the ques
tion I deem It of the utmost Import
ance to submit both Of these questions
to the qualified voters ol this city at
one and the same election, thereby in
forming every voter of the conditions as
they actually exist and giving him the
right and privilege of exercising his
choice between the two propositions,
ne as the governing body of tho city
assuring the voters that their direc
tion and choice will govern us in our
All Voters to Vole.
At this election I would suggest that
all qualified voters be given an op-
I portunity to express their preference.
! Tn thA prpnt that (n-innifnnl mvnershin
carries, then we must go to the people I
again ana ask for a Dona issne, to en
able us to carry out their will. The
right of franchise inthe (second) elec
tion can only be exercised by ad va
lorem taxpayers, who have qualified aa
voters. If then the advalarem -taxpayers
shuld refuse to vote the bonds
and place In our hands the instrument
necessary to carry out their instruc
tion, we would have no other alterna
tive but to grant the raise in rates
recommended by exgovernor Sajers ; but
If on the other hand the voters should
prefer the raise in rates, and vote down
the municipal ownership proposition,
there would be nd further impediment
to our carrying out their instructions.
All Citizens Concerned.
This matter is considerably compli
cated by the injection of general voters
and advalorem voters. Municipal own
ership concerns only the taxpayers,
but a raise in rates affects the entire
citizenship and I believe that all class
es should he given an opportunity to
express their views. In my opinion
such a submission would give you a
definite idea as to the wishes of the
people, and would clearly indicate to
you what your duties in the premises
Therefore, I have prepared a resolu
tion In conformity herewith and pre
sent it to you for your decision, Jf
it is adopted, I would suggest that the
election be held within the next seven
days, that the polling places be desig
nated and that you at once appoint
judges to preside-
City's Only Course.
TVe did not create the situation; we
deplore it, have long and ineffectually
sought a more favorable solution, but
none the less, we are confronted with
a condition that must be met and not
by a theory which we may discuss in
our Tdle moments. The International
"Water company is here with nearly a
(million -dollars of Invested capital and
no other means of providingSvater can
be procured for years to come, and
not then, except at an almost equal,
if not greater expenditure of public
money, and by destroying a nuge j
amount oi private capital which caso
been honestly if sometimes mistakenly
expended in upbuilding El Paso. Out
public interest, our well founded boast
that El Paso Is no barren field for the
Investment of money and energy in ev
ery form of enterprise, requires us to
adopt -one or the other of these two
propositions. The man who vote3
against both, deals a deadly blow to the
prosperity of the city, none' the lesl
fatal because possibly unconscious J -
Respectfully submitted, j .
w. F. Robinson, Mayor.
All Vegetables and Berries Fresh
Fresn Straw-berries, every
morning, 3 boxes for
Fresh Strawberries, (per d fl 1 J"
crate, 15 boxes) 5PJLJLO
Fresh. Valley Asparagus
4 bunches for
Fine new Pofcat-oes,
6 lbs. for
Nerw Summer Squash,
2 lbs. for
Calif. Head Lettuce
(large size) 2 for
Green or Wax Beans,
3 lbs. for
Fresh Tomatoes Chest of
the season) per lb IUC
Pie Plant (large size) 4y f
fresh, dairy, 3 lbs. for i)C
Xew Valley Turnips, Beets, Mus
tard Greens, all 3 btmehes
Xew Valley Peaa,
per lb .-
Best Head Bice, Q
3 lbs. for 4UC
Pearl ileal, .white or yellow,
7 lbs. for j.
Best quality Tea, anv kind, f
per lb . OUC
Fancy fat Norway Mackerel,
Old Potatoes (extra good)
15 lbs. for
Old Dry Onions (extra
good)' 6 lbs. for
Strictly fresJi Butter,
35c or 3 lbs. for
Strictly fresh. Kansas Eggs, J JJ
per doz. mDC
Mountain Park Eggs, (never A f
4 days old) per doz. frUC
4 lbs. lest Bulk Starch g
6 bars Crystal White Soap,
8 ibars Diamond C. Soap,
3 boxes Old iutch. Cleanser
Brass Wash Board, regular
40c quality, for
Ripe or Green Olives,
Full cream Cheese,
3 pkg3. for ..'...
! Strawberries for preserving all next
week, per crate
Phone us your Orders early and you will get them
Eyster's C. O. D. Grocery
Corner Kansas and Boulevard
Two Bell phones, 823, 844; Auto phone 1691.
TAFT WIIL STAY AXD
Cancels Hl Engagement to Go te
Brooklyn to Attend LaanchlH? of
Washington, D. C., May 6. President
Taft today canceled his engagement to
go to Brooklyn May 12 to attend the
launching of the battleship Florida and
banrfuet at night by the employes of
the Brooklyn navy yard.
The president deems it necessary to
stay here and wrestle with congress.
CHINESE WILL LEAVE FOR
DEFORTATIOX AT 'FRISCO.
Dr. Cameron, dentist, reliable den
tistry, most reasonable pries. Over
Guarantee shoe store.Work guaranteed.
Dr. E. C. Prentiss, practice limited to
diseases of the stomach and intestines.
Rio Grande Bldg.
Gottlieb's Slay SpeciaL
Z Panelettes photos 90c dozen.
Optimo OIKe Oil, But
There are many brands of olive oil
,in the market, but TVe have found none
that is as good as Optimo. Put up un
der our own label,- imported by us di
rect from Bordeaux, France in 100 case
lots, sold for same price as in New
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery.
Phone 353. .
Fort Wingate, N. M.F May 1, 1910.
Sealed proposals in triplicate will be
received until 11 a- m., June 1, 1910, and
then opened, for furnishing all material
and labor necessary for construction of
addition to pump house for cold stor
age and ice plant, and furnishing and
installing ice and refrigerating ma
chinery in same. Information furnished
on application. Right reserved to re
ject any or all bids. Envelopes con-
t taining proposals, must be indorsed
ll JB&jQSSB??r "l it IfiirfOmevQbBm ' 1
. .Serge ctBpsolsl
tROM TUB JKT5CK-
her husband, February 17, 1SI, by a
The ceremonial of taking the orders
was impressive in its simplicity. There
waa no distinction made between the
grand duchess and the 18 other women,
nobles and peasants, who similtane
ously took the vows as Sisters of Mercy.
The ceremony took place in the institu
tion and Elizabeth will be! Its future
iXOTHER DAY TO COUNT
EL PASO'S POPULATION
"Miss no one even if it takes all day
h Saturday. . the brW but important
message yrecelvi by J. B. Kilpatrick
Friday in aasw?r to a wire sent to cen
sus superlporJ'jL.ittler, of Big Springs,
in which the e'.ief clerk stated that the
count was" no yet complete In the Mex
The supervisor's order means that an
additional ,dj y 1s available In which to
rum? VP .'j-tmys who have not been
boughr fc. o "the census corral and Is
the third extension which has been
ra?ted, yvjudge Littler.
United States Officials Decrease El
Paio's Population by Forty-Nine
Back Again to China.
El Paso's Chinese population will be
decreased by 49 Saturday, United States
deputy marshal H, R. Hlllebrand having
received orders to convey the Chinese
prisoners in jalL here to. Sar Francisco
for deportation. All but 13 of the Chi
nese were ordered deported by United
States commissioner Oliver, before
whom their hearings were called. Judge
Maxey, at the last term of federal court
ordered the deportation of 13 celestials
who were brought before him.
A number of guards, bringing Chi
nese prisoners from San Antonitf for
deportation, will arrive in El Paso Sat
day morning. The guards will accom
pany Mr. Hlllebrand and the Chinamen
from here to San Francisco.
-&tO r A, fe A A
$ STRONG SENTENCE FOR $
. VIOLATING LIQUOR LAW
-4 "Waco, Texas, May 6 County
& attorney Neff filed complaint
- this afternoon against "W. I.
- Fitch, charging Fitch will sell- '&
ing liquor in local option ter-
ritory. The court of criminal
& appeals a week ago reversed '
& and dismissed a similar case
& against Fitch, in which court
- McGregor was convicted and
& assessed three years in the -
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THE YIILLOW ISABEL
AD subscribers to Cue Herald
should watch the yellow label past4
en the wrapper or da tke first'oage of
their paper. The date nrinted there
on is the date of expiration of ub
scriptlen. When a remittance- oa sub
scription account is made, this dat
should be changed. Whea It Is not
changed sGon after remittance is made.
fallowing; of course, reasonable time
to reach El Paso, th subscriber
should" immediately call"-tfc ateatkn
of this offica to t&& overeat; By
doing this when the matter Is irefc in
the xainda .of all concerned, all 1 arther
trouble and Inconvenience, will "km
TEXAS MINERS ASKING
FOR INCREASED PAY
Fort "Worth, Texas, May S. The scale
committee for the miners met the oper
ators of Texas ia conference today and
adjourned at noon until tomorrow. Xo
agreement was reached. The men de-
mand an increase of .five cents a ton.
j Dr. F-. Paschal, of San Antonio, is
, registered at Hotel St. Regis. Dr. Pas
j chal is former city physician of San
LABOR UNION RESORTS
TO COURT INJUNCTION.
Fort Worth, Texas, May 6.
The first time in local union
labor history -the injunction
was Invoked in behalf of a
union when a temporary in
junction wash granted this
morning- by district judge
Swayne restraining Jno. Hawk
eye, business agent of the plas
terers' union, from Interfer
ing with the lathers working.
The order was Issued on a pe
tition of representatives of the
wood and wire lathers' union.
RATES OF THREE TOWNS
HIGHER THAN EL PASO
Austin, Texas, May 6. The state firo
rating board bday received the key
rates for the following: Balling, 57c;
Brenham, 77c; Hallettsvllle, 81c; Long
view, 50c; Mineola, 92c; Nacogdaches,
72c; Mart, 68c; Wharton, 74c
Amendments affecting Dallas show a
further slight reduction in mercantile
A BEAUTIFUL COMPLEXION
IX TEN DAYS
The supreme oeauty re
quisite, is endorsed by
freckles, pimples, liver
spots and other facial
case in 20 days. Rids the
pores and tissues of ell
impnritiesf leaves the
s'cin clear, soft and healthy.
Directions and Guarantee in each package. 50c
and $1.00 by high class Toilet Counters or Mail,
Prepared by NATIONAL TOILET C0.f Paris, Teu
BifrJ. R St. S.3. AA'SV XWJUULXK
But would you put it in yoor
cofee in preferesce to rich
May Be Pure
But why injure the flavor of
your desserts when you can get
the finest, purest, most delicious
extract mads at practically the
surpasses ordinary 1 vanilla at
cinch as rich cream surpasses
tKmmed silk. A trial bottle
will convince yoa.
IF IT'S FOR
get it at
215 San Antonio St.
PHONF. BELL 1 ATJTO 1001 1
Will be up right away.
Careful mea- Reasonable price.
116 SAK FKANCISCO ST.
ODOM TRANSFER CO.
ALL KINDS OF HAULUfG
Bell Phone 1054 Ato Phoae 196t
io y.Aiy st.
ASSAYEES & CHEMISTS
Independent Assay Office
D. "W. Beczhabt. E JL, Proprietor.
Agsrt far Grs Skippers Assays ami
ChemeeU Anttfifete. Mines Examined
and Bep&rtei Upe. dtilllen Wark c
, Office and labcratoryr
Cw. Sm Fncfee & CMmte Sta.
EL PAS0. TEXAS.
Custom -Assay Office
CRITCBXTT & rKRGTJSON,
Suecessors t Hushes A CrltckatC
Antytrt. Ciaatiiti. Vtallurffiit&.
JLffenU far Or Shippers.
122 H n Fr.die St. Pkn sac
AND FRESH FIELD, GARDEN AND FLOWER
CALL OJT OH WKITE TO
O. G. SEETON & SON.
THIRD AND CHIHUAHUA STBEETS
. HAY, GRAIN, FLOUR AND FEED