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o Wednesday, lay 18, 191(1 9 F'-WB i Mbir?-?-" Eyster s Corner Kansas and Boulevard. BeH Phones 823, 844. Auto Phone 1691 It Pays to Trade Where You Get the Best Goods for the Least Money. MY MOTTO: "Small Profits, Quick Sales and for Cash Only." Home Made Bread, fresh every afternoon, large loaf 10c Globe or Cream of Wheat Brand, 48 lb. sack $1.75 Globe or Cream of Wheat Brand, 24 lb. sack 90c Globe Whole Wheat or Graham Flour, 12-lb. sack . 60c Corn Meal, 8 3-4-lb. sack 25c 7 lbs. White or Yellow Pearl Meal for 25c Pure Lard, 10-ib pail, at Pure Lard, 5-ib pail, at . Pure Lard, 3 -lb. pail, at , Cottolene, 10-lb.- pail, at $1 65 c 55c Cottolene, ' 4-lb. pail, at Cottolene, 2-lb. pail, at Strictly fresh Blue Ribbon 65c 35c Butter, three pounds for Best quality full Cream Cheese, per lb 10 lbs. 'best new Potaatoes for 15 lbs. good old Potatoes for Extra fine Valley Aspara gus, 4 bunches for Pine new Valley Peas, 3 lbs. for 2sew Beets, new Turnips, 20c &j C 25c 25c Mustard Greens,-three for Young Onions and. Radishes, two for c c Fancy Pieplant, 3 lbs. for Fresh Valley Cherries, 6-lb- baskets for Fancy California Cherries, per lb Texas Blackberries, large boxes, 2 for Extra fine Fancy Wine Sap Apples, per pound Best head Rice.3 lbs. for Good bulk Macaroni, 3 lbs. for 25c 65c 20c c c 25c I Strictly fresh Kansas Eggs, Mountain Park Eggs (fresh every day)' per doz. . . 40c Blue Ribbon Butter (fresh from the creamery three times a week), 3 lbs. for $1.00 Valley Cherries, in 6 lb. baskets, only 65c Texas Black Berries or Dew Berries (large boxes) 'two for Phone Us Your Order Early. First Delivery Leaves at 8 a. m. ? vster Corner Kansas i WORK C03I3IE:CEP ON CLINT TELEPHCXE IilNE. Poles BciHR Set ToTvrd San Elizario. El Pasoan Discovers Hotel Fire. Health Seeker Dies. Clint, Tex., May is. construction work has been commenced on the tele phone line to connect Clint -with San Elizario. Several miles of poles have been set to the north and east of this place, and the switch board and in struments are" expected to arrive. J. O. Hood, residing near here, died J. O- Hood, residing1 near here, died of tuberculosis. Kev. Mr. Bond of El Paso body was interred at th -Wright ceme tery, east of Clint. Besides a wife, four children mourn his death. Mr. Hood, who came to this country several years J t-k t - LET'S START NEXT WEEK RIGHT. OUR MODERN WASH TUB, PAT ENT WilOTGER AXD OTHER WASH-DAY NECESSITIES. IIGHITiN THE Bl'ItDEXS OF BLUE MOXDAY EVERY HOUSEKEEPER SHOULD COME TO OUR STORE AND LOOK AT OUR LINE OF WASH-DAY THINGS. YOU WILL FEEL BETTER WE'LL FEEL BETTER, AND THE DRUDG ERIES OF WASH-DAY WILL BE CHANGED TO PLEASURES. WE SELL EVERYTHING IN HARDWARE. Laurie Hardware Company Good quality Macaroni, 3 pkgs. for Best imported Macaroni, 2 pkgs. for Best quality Xoodles, per pkg. 7 lbs. bulk Grits for Post Toasties, 3 pkgs. for Cream of Wheat, per pkg. Puffed Wheat, per pkg. Quaker or Scotch Oats, per pkg. 8 bars Diamond C Soap for 6 bars Pearl White Soap for 6 bars Crystal White Soap for. . 4 bars Fells Xaptha Soap iOC iOC 5c c c c c c 25c 25c" 25c 25c 25c for. . 4 lbs. best bulk Starch for. . 2 pkgs. Crescent Corn Starch for. . "Jello," all flavors, each "Jello" Ice Cream Powder, all flavors Lipton's Jelly Tablets, all flavors Welsh's Grape Juice, all sizes, 10c, 25c, 45c and Blue Ribbon Apple Cider Vinegar, qt. bottles, each . . Best Lemons, per dozen . . Best quality Oranges, small sizes, 3 doz. for Large sizes, per doz., 25c, 30c and c c c c 80c c c c c per dozen . 25c 25c and Boulevard. ago, first was foreman of the CTofrm ranch, but purchased a farm of his own, which is now one of the best improved ranches in the valley. A fire at the Clint hotel was discov ered by Joe Merken, of El Paso. The citizens fire brigade soon extinguished the flames. J. L. Morris and J. W. McCormick have gone to Ft. Worth on business. The Old MaTJs' convention will be held in the Schairer hall on Friday evening. The first cutting of alfalfa in this section is about finished, and many cars are being shipped to eastern points every day. The new residences of "W. B. Wat kins and C L. Humble are nearing completion. BUILDING WQB ( Present Week Is Going to Be a Real Estate Record Breaker, Too. While the building operations last week fell down a bit this week's busi ness will increase the total for the month to a figure as yet unsurpassed while the activity in real estate trans fers is once more of considera-1'" mo ment. Deeds Filed. Mobile street, between Park avenue and Ord street, Altura Park Altura Realty company to TV. H. Cam, lots 29 and 30, block 61, Altura Park addition; consideration $300; May 17, 1910. Grand avenue, between Park avenue and Ord street. Grand View addition Grand View Realty company to Mrs. M. TYlniber, lots 5 and 6, block 33, Grand View addition; consideration 300; May 13, 1910. White Oaks street, between Jefferson and Bowie streets, French addition Guaranty Trust and Banking- company, trustee to Ynes R. Galtan, lots 29 and 30, block 12 French addition; consider ation $300; May 14, 1910. Broadway, between San Antonio and Overland streets. Mills map Fennim Desloge and wife to Allie D. Clardy, one-half interest in part of block 24, Mills map, beginning on Broadway 34 feet, 4 Inches, north from Overland street, thence 78 feet northerly along Broadway, thence 30 feet, 4 inches east orly; consideration ?9750; April 11, 1910. Magoffin avenue, between St. Vrain and Octavia streets, Magoffin Home stead addition' F. J. Hall, sheriff, to First National bank of El Paso, lots 10 and 11, block 1, Magoffin Homestead addition; consideration $5000; May 3, 1910. Martinez Place, Orchard Park Frank R. Tobln to James N. Johnson and wife, lot 20 and part of lot 21, block 6, Orchard Park, addition; consideration exchange of property; May 16, 1910. Boulevard, between Lee and Dallas streets, Franklin Heights James R. Johnson and wife to Frank R. Tobm, lot 12 and west one-half of lot 13, block 52, Franklin Heights addition; consider ation exchange of property; May 16, 1910. Bulletins Permits. To Mrs. A. C. Neal to build a frame dhed 53x12x18 feet in rear of residence on "Wyoming1 street, between Dallas and Williams streets. Estimated cost ?60. To H. L. Stevens & Co., to build a t2 storyx reinforced concrete building 147x 99x150 feet, 7 inches by 100 feet, 3 1-2 inches by 199 feet, 7 1-2 inches, on cor ner of North Oregon street and Pioneer plaza. Estimated cost $200,800. To Hugh A. McLean to build lathe and plaster partition in club rooms at southeast corner of Second and Oregon streets. Estimated cost $350. To I,. TT. Hoffecker to change front of store at northeast corner of Mills and North Stantpn streets. Estimated cost $150. To Mayfield Realty company to build thre one story brick cottages 19x28 feet, 4 inches, by 58 feet, 4 inches, at south east corner of Brown and Nevada streets. Estimated cost $G600. To Stewart. Stonms and Pitman to wreck six adobe buildings at southeast corner of Fifth and South Stanton streets. Estimated cost $30. To J. I. Hewitt & Son to build one story brick residence 10x31x46 feet on "Wyoming street, between Lee and Dallas streets. Estimated cost $2300. To J. T. Cameron to build one adobe building 100x50 feet and two adobe buildings 16x20 feet, with corrugated iron roofs on south end of Cotton addi- tion. between the joint lines of the T. P. and El Paso and Northeastern ... w. juuii ""cs wi Lilfi x. & railroads to be used as offices for stock yards. Estimated cost $3000. To Looniis Bros, to repair building at the northwest corner of North Stan ton and Mills streets and put in a wood partition. Estimated cost $S0. To T. J. Kelly & Son to erect a two story porch on front of residence at S15 Olive street. Estimated cost $300. To J. I. Hewitt and son for S. Wolf to build a one story brick residence Six 46 feet on "Wyoming street, between Dallas and "Williams streets. Estimated cost $2300. Births. i To Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. McDow, 147 Brown street, girl American, May 14, 1910. To Mr. and Mrs. ChariestGarcia. 413 South Florence street, bov. Mexican. April 19, 1910. To Mr. and Mrs. C. VT. Caspary, 513 Corto street, girl, American, April 2C, 1910. To Mr. and Mrs. Marcos Lopez, S09 Canal street, boy, Mexican, May 1, 1910. To Mr. and Mrs. Jesus Bonqiullo, 4 IS Fi.nth Virginia street girl, 1a can, May 5. 19 1. To Mr. and Mrs. John Sanford, South Campbell street, boy, negco. May 7, 1910. To Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Bustlllos, SOS Tays street, boy, Mexican, May 6, 1910. To Mr. and Mrs. Pedro Juarez, corner Hill and Seventh streets, girl, Mexican, May 10. 1910. To Mr. and Mrs. Dolores Tanez, 1207 South Kansas street, boy, Mexican, May 10, 1910. To Mr. and Mrs. Jesus Gereno, 711 Canal street, boy, Mexican, Mav 10, 1910. To Mr. and Mrs". "Vicente Duran, 1012 NADINOLA Will Please the Most Exacting Man, Woman or Child. .tc AJ Hadmola Talcum Powder is com posed entirely of sanative ingredients fine and soft as velvet. When used it sets free just enough oxygen to keep the skin white and soft, and in a smooth, healthy condition. Pre vents sunburn, allays irritation. It's 1 for men and women requiring the best. H or T,.. ij: J ? .. j.. uy icauiujj uruggisis or mail and your money back if not pleased. National Toilet Comuanv. PARIS, TENNESSEE. This great bargain event is rapidly drawing to a close and it is to your ad vantage to attend this sale every day for after this event comes to an end 3ou vyill be unable to get such values in high class merchandise. and the remaining three days you will find hundreds of seasonable useful high grade articles at practically 'manufacturers cost. Besides the special values quoted here today you will find our mammoth stock contains thousands of bargains. Come Thursday and Friday and everybody will be here Saturday HIMALAYA CLOTH A large range of patterns; all fhe latest colors one of (the imost desirable of all wash fabrics for Suits, Dresses and STdrts. Is advertised in the leading magazines for 35c a yard; OQ our special price, for tihis week inJ AMERICAN BEAUTY BATISTE A large assortment of pat terns; worth 15c; Red Letter special SILKS Just received, 100 pieces very handsome Silk, bought at a special price; so Tve place them all on our counters at Rqd Let-' ter sale prices. They are worth 50c a yard in all the latest colors, plain and dots one of the most suitable silks for summer dresses and waists and scarfs. Our Red Letter special See window display this week, O J? ayard &3C Don' forget the Red Letter price is stHl on all Linens, Towels, Sheets, Pillow Cases, and Bedspreads. El Paso street, 1910. To Mr. and Mrs. J. "W. Johnson, 1517 North Campbell street, girl, American, -.- . n -inin - X9A-Vl ,.. , 1309 El Paso street, girl, Mexican, May 16, 1910. To Mr. and Mrs. Nlves L.opez, "Wash ington park, boy, Mexican, May 15, 1910. To Mr. and Mrs. Alford H. Elliott. SIS Mvrtle avenue, girl, American, May 15, 1910. To Mr. and Mrs. Nuevez X.opez, near canal, boy, Mexican, May 15, 1910. To Mr. fcmd Mrs: ?.laldinado, 1000 Park street, boy, Mexican, April 15, 1910. FAPMB PUROILAiSED TO SUPPLY HOTELS Sheldon and Orndorff Cafes Will Have Valley Famf Products. Charles DeGroff and X.ee and Seth Orndorff have purchased 271 acres of valley land and eight sections of foot hill dand in the lower valley to be used as a supply farm for the new Sheldon and Orndorff hotels when they are re modeled. The land was purchased from judge Leigh Clark and Is a part of the Clark ranch, located IS miles down the valley. The valley land which was bought by the hotel men is improved and under cultivation, and is stocked with poultry, draft stock and dairy cattle, which will be available for the supply department of the two big hotels next fall. LODGE CONSIDERS BUILDING PLANS The building committee of the Odd Fellows will meet "Wednesday evening to consider plans for the new Odd Fel lows building which is to be built on the site adjoining the Y. tf. C. A., which is owned by the dodge. Krause & Reeser have prepared plans for the new building with a. fourth floor aded for the use of the lodge members as a dormi tory. As soon as the building commit tee decides upon the advisability of add ing this story to the three story struc ture, the plans will be approved and bids asked. APARTMENT HOUSE FOR MYRTLE AVENUE Myrtle avenue is breaking into the apartment house street class. E. H. Hersperger in drawing plans for an $11- 000 apartment house building to be i KiR a be asked for within a few days and the ! apartment building win be built this J summer. The apartment building will consist or eignt, tnree room apart ments to be built of brick with stone trimmings. PJLANS PROGRESSING FOR MESA AVENUE APARTMENT M. B. Davis 13 having plans drawn for his new apartment building to be erected on Mesa avenue between Mis souri and Wyoming streets. The apart ment house will be of pressed brick with stone trimmings and will be built bv fa.ll I lj -WDME OFTOW ERIC&B- I white, cream and ecruC -ViO.& ISXOVERMnr&Tf "" i i i El Paso street, girl, Mexican, May 10, p:cp m 9 ? ? a "si a a mo. RMiT PilS 1 T PBUP WEEK END SPECIALS AT OUR Sale Closes S lie S .&. RED SEAL GINGHAMS Worth 15c a ffi4.. IVzc 36-in. PERCALES Light and dark pat terns, worth 15c a yard;' j Q. special clC CHAMBRAYS Worth 12 l-2c, all col ors; special Q Red Letter price OC BIG LOT FRENCH MADRAS in stripes and plaids the most suitable for boys' blouses, men's shirts and ladies' waists; worth 25c a yard; -a f Red Letter special IDC One of the best (bleached Domestic on the market, Avorth 12.1-2c a yard; all this week &lfof Red Letter price . . . . ft 2C Lad Is Acquitted of Murder. Cries on Attorney's i Shoulder. ""We, the jurj-, find the defendant not uilty." At 3:35 Tuesday afternoon the jury in the case of Noel Morgan, on trial in the county court on a charge of murdering Lawrence "Wimber, a schoolmate in San Jacinto Plaza while president Taft was eating breakfast 5n the St. Regis hotel, October 16, 1909, returned this verdict, after being out but 20 minutes. School boys in the rear of the court room, who had listened interestedly to the arguments of counsel for both the prosecution and defence, applauded and Xcel Morgan, the lvearo-ld boy charged with the crime, hardly knew what to make of it until Tom Lea, one of his at torneys, tapped him on the shoulder in an affectionate manner. Then the youngster, who had-held up bravely through it all, turned "hft head to the left, buried it on Lea's shjoulder and gave vent to his feelings. Down his cheeks the hot tears of gratitude poured, running their course down on to the coatsleeve of the attorney who himself stopped to brush aside a tear or so. tGeorge Morgan, who was at one time a county judge and who has had much to do wlth'boys in the courts, sat near his son silently, neither smiling nor show ing any excitement, but a light came Most persons, even those who are I0T GUILTY, SAYS xomc ana. mooa punnet in xne opnng. aome nave no particular ailment, out are weak, debilitated and run-dovm. Winter life with its decreased amount of out- flnnr otow'co nnrf tha -fan "hr-nTi trrooVio proper amount of waste and rel fuse, matter from heing expelled rom the These impurities entering the circulation have thinned and "t706116 the Mood, and the "body therefore does not receive a sufficient amount f Wood nourishment. The general "bodily weakness, tired feeline. fickla nxr- peute, poor digestion, etc., show how anaemic the "blood has "become. Frequently skin diseases, pimples, eruptions, etc., break out and this is evidence of the im purity of the circulation. S. S. S. is tho "best Spring tonic, "because it is tha greatest of all blood purifiers. It is the only medicine on which you can rely to supply the system with the needed tonic effects and at the same time purify and. enrich your blood. The use of S. S. S. at this time may save you from a long spell of sickness, and it will certainly prepare you for tjJe strain, of the long hot Summer. S. S. S. is made entirely from roots, herbs and barks; i- is Nature's tonic, pure and healthful. It regulates digestion, tones up the stomach, im proves the 'appetite and promotes strong, vigorous health. This will be your best Spring seajton if you use S. S. S. for your tonic. HB SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATItANTA, GA. aturday Night DEPARTMENT MERCERIZED PONGEE AND SOISSETTE, in all shades; light iraighi; a beautiful quality tor spring and. summer (treses worth 35c Red Letter special .;,..... DIAGONAL AND PLAIN PONGEES -worth 1.25; special -. Gent's Furnishing Dept. SPECIAL RED LETTER BARGAIN IN MEN'S CLOTHING 1 lot Men's Suits, in correct styles, hand tailored, a bargain- Suit worth 15.00', this week Suits worth $17.50, this week $12.45 KHAKI PANTS Peg top, with cuff bot tom, snappy styles, worth QjQ $1.75; special this 'week only OC A SLASH IN GLOVES The Great Western Gauntlet Glove, for hard wear; Our $1-50 Glove, Qfi for .270C Our $1.75 Glove, for p JL JJ over Ms features and he turned aside to let the boy have out his cry before he spoke. Then he called Noel and deft the court room with the boy between himself and j Tom Leo, after the crowd had made its way ou; tnrougn tne aoors ana dis persed at the courthouse steps. Mrs. 'cWimber, the mother of the dead boy, had sat throughout the trial, bowed down with, grief, and as Dan Jackson in his argument before the jury pictured the horrors of sending a boy to a penal institution, she turned aside her head and wiped away a tear that trickled down her cheek. No enmity was there, no desire to see the boy prosecuted, just a reeling of sor row for the little fellow who was stand ing trial and who stood It bravely until he knew that he was iree and then, overcome by his emotions, wept. Mrs. "Wimber went out with the crowd, back to her empty home, turning neither to the left nor the right and speaking not a word. Throughout the trial there had been considerable interest manifested. In the case and all of the seats were crowded wdth school children, some witnesses, others merely interested spectators. After the verdict was read the jury was excused until 9 oclock "Wednesday mornmg and they filed out one after another. The jury was composed of Lon Gard ner, L. E. Gillett, jr., Carol Farmer, Ed win Thomas, John Denniston and John Saunders. ARTESIA GARAGE-BURXS. CAUSING X.OSS OF 10.000 Artesia, N. M., May IS. Ecttols's garage burned to the ground, entailing a loss, of $10,000. There was no insur ance. The cause of the fire Is unknown INSPECTOR TRANSFERRED. Immigration inspector Edward P. Morse has been transferred to immigra tion headquarters in Tucson from El Paso. Mis; Jeane McKensle, formerly of the ftrdome and Majestic companies, was in the city last night and this morning en route from Chicago to San Antfenlo, New Mexico, to visit her sister, Mrs. Charles Shilling. THE BEST SPSINS TONIC I ordinarily strong and healthy, need a i -hnr. i-.i- i, j., ,. , , GREAT Sale All pure silk; .,.4.... -. ... 89 c Ladies' Ready-to-Wear and Millinery We lhave many bargains aH this (week on the second floor Ladies' Suits, Silk and Wash Dresses, Tailored Skirts and Waists; Misses and Children's Dresses; Ladies' and Misses' and Children's Hats Red Let ter specials all this week. Dcart fail to visit the second floor. Bont forget the Red Letter 5rece is still on ail Linens, Towels, Sheets. Pillow Cases, and Bedspreads. Notions NEW SHIPMENT OF PLAID AND PERSIAN RIBBON All colors; special bargain tliis week, worth. 35c; ,f 2 JL7C rens ippers "We are selling an extra good ankle strap for ehildxen at $1.25, $1.50 and $2.00 Little Boys' Oxfords at $1.50 and $2.00 KINNEY o ASS YOTJB GROCER FOR Arctic or Matador Brand Lard Compound, the Pur Vegetable Lard, Manufactured by El Paso Refining Co., El Paso, Texas. BK( iVISLK -DRIWK PLENTY OF 3T DRINK PASO' PlRE--'MILk Mm 1 1 thud 11 ! 51 Shoe w ' ' -' ; til I ' J There is more food value In one quart of 1S1 Paso Pure Milk than there. la la one pound of the choicest porterhouse steak. El Paso Pure Milk Is pure milk. It comes 'rom inspected.'contented cows, and Is treated by the moat sclentifia methods. Delivered to you in sterilised air-tight bottles. El Paso Dairy Go., Phones: Bell 340; Aat il5. Office 313 N. Oresas.