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Democratic I CRAWFORD HON. R. H. WARD, late of San Antonio, an able, eloquent and entertaining orator, will speak in behalf of the candidacy of HON. R. V. DAVIDSON for Governor of Texas and against the availability of O. B. Colquitt You are invited to hear him. Every thing Free, including band music Ladies Invited and Welcome (Advertisement) rnuNt bun; FACES MillS fc Southwestem Officers Or dered to Appear In Dis trict Court. An order to show cause why a writ of mandamus should not be Issued against the Southwestern Independent Telephone Z J -u Z..J T x Tr- muijwu. " ; " juuj o. xv. - ner m the Mm. district court Monday afternoon. The order was issued upon the application of Dr. Hugh Grouse, the Guaranty Bank and Trust company and others, against the Southwestern Tele ' phone company, J. H. Morgan and R. V. Bowden. The petition a&epres thai there has been no stockholders meetings since April, 1907. and that if these had been any selection of officers it had been nerely a matter of form and not in com toliance with the law. The plaintiffs also allege that a telephone line was buiit from EI Paso to Deming, X. M.. in which the material of the company and its employes were used, and that the com pany has never received any compen sation. ' The petition asks that the South western Telephone company appear in court Monday morning and show cause why a mandamus writ should not be is sued requiring the company to ahow ats books and records to 6he stockhold ers, and an case this should be denied, why a temporary receiver should not, be appointed to take charge of the af fairs of the company until a board of directors could be legally elected. MOTOR CARS Also the Packard three-ton truck Price of standard chassis, $3,400.00 Licensed under Seldtn Patent I Texas Motor Car Company -3it ous reara atc, me Antoaie i eiax ASSAYERS & CHEMISTS Independent Assay Of Sic ESTABLISHED 1838. D. "W. Beckhabt. E3L, Proprietor. A gent for Ore Shippers Assays usrA Chemical Analysis. Mines Exarrihsi tad Reported Upon. Bullion Work Specialty. P. 0. Pox 8e, Office asd Labor ttory: Cw. San Frtficfac & CbfcsaJasaSie. L PA?0- TEXAS. Castom Assay Office CRITCHETT & FERGUSON, Successors to Hughes & Critchett. Assayers, Cnemists, Metallurgists. Agents ,or Ore Shippers. 322 San Francisco St Phone 321 Ore Shippers' Agents ASSAYING - Melt and Refine, or Purchase, Gold and Silver in any form. Corre spondence invited. Strictlv confidential. C. W. WINSLOW & CO., 304 San Francisco St., FI Paso. Tezas. The Finest Mineral Waters On Earth Just 24 "hours from El Paso. An ideal place for your vacation. For information, address Manager OJO CALIENTE HOT SPRINGS, New Mexico. (BsJam- Smi "ask yljP 5 THEMAN ISr U'WKO OWNS Iff (( ONE- ) w gi?IilHiSk' eetin THEATRE IULY 19, 1910 f AT 8 P. i (WLY TWO OFFICERS NOW AT FORT BLISS Improvements Made on the Quarters Commissary Sergeant Leaves. Fort' Bliss, Tex., July 19. Lieut. Bratson, of company H, 23rd infantry, has gone to Uvalde, Tex., to join the troops. The 23rd reports the weather hot on the hike to Leon Spring's. Post commissary sergeant Sigrnond Vogler Tvill leave for San Francisco in time to sail on the transport August '5 for the Philippines. He has been here two years. His successor has not yet been named. Lieuts. Quackenbush and Tuser are officers left at the post, mi.,. ,.- mh- f,nm - The new sidewalk from the car line to the Country club' is nearly com pleted. "Work on the new commanding offi cer's quarters and the ice plant is pro gressing rapidly. OVATION AT TUCSON FOR RALPH CAJVEERON Smith Also G-oes to iNogales, Yuma and Phoenix " Receptions. - r Tucson. Ariz., July 19. After being given an ovation here in sight of the members of all political parties, dele gate RaSph Cameron 'eaves tonight for Nogales to attend a reception there "Wednesday, and at Yuma, Friday. He will be the guest at a reception in Phoenix Saturday night. On his tr:p to Xogales he is accompani-d by lloval A. Smith, chairman of the Republican territorial committee. FIVE CHINAMEN CROSS THE RIO GRANDE, ARE ARRESTED Will Be Given Hem-ins on Clinrjre of Ylolntlnjr Inimijyrant Laws; Wy Him, Another Chinaman, Released. Chun Bing, Chun Pa, Chun Sing, Co Shuck and Wing Kee, Chinamen, were arrested Monday afternoon by Chinese inspector L. L. Robinson as the contra band immigrants were seeking to .nler the United States by wading the Rio Grande. They are being held on the charge of violating the immigration laws and will be given a hearing be fore United States commissioner Oli ver. The first three named are broth ers. Wy Him, a Chinaman arrested by im migration officers on the charge of being Illegally in the United States, was arraigned before commissioner Oliver Tuesday morning, but was released, the Chinaman proving; native birth. s E. H. DeVore, a 'mining man of Doug las, Ariz., is . in El Paso on his way home from a Chihuahua trip. Two Classes of Fair en Some are fair because tfoey hap pen fO. Others attain the clear, rosy complexion, soft skin, clear eyes, cosy, graceful carriage to their healthful bodies because thej- aTe cflreful what those bodies axe made of. In other words, ithey select food that will nouriPh. They don't eat "everj-thing that conies along.' Every woman should read the little "book in pkgs. of for "The Road to Wellville" is the road to healthful beauty. "There's a Reasoh" rOTlI CEREAL CO., LTD. Battle Creek, aiicb Graoe-Muts A kin of Beauty is a coy -rorever. R. T. Felix Gouraua's Orlontol Cream or Magloal Beautifler. Removes Tan. Pinples, Freciles, Moth Patches, Basil, nd bUn Dk eases. ana every Diemin on beauty, and tle fie& detection. It has stood the test of 62 years, and Is so harmless 7re taste It tobeaureit Is properly made. Accept no counter felt of similar same. Dr. L. A. Sayre said to a lady of the haut ton (a patient): "As you lsdier will use them, T apii m m P ti o 'Gournud's Crenra' as thceast harmful of all the stin preparations." For s&lfi by all drugjjlstt a xac7' Goods Dealers In the Tlcitad States, Canada and Europe. FERDJ.HOFKINS.Pnar., 37 fast Joes Sired. KwrYwk RAILROAD NEWS. MEXICAN" RAILWAYS " TO BUILD SAW3IILLS Torreon, Mexico, Jnly 19. A number of cars of rails, telegraph poles and piling have passed through this city en route to Durango for the new ex tension of the International branch of the National Railways of Mexico now being constructed from the city of Du rango into the timbered districts west of there. A large force of men is em ployed on construction work and it is expected that the firct divislpn, which ends at a point known as La Cludad, will be completed and in operation by the first of the coming year. A num ber of new sawmills are now being in stalled along this line. o ' GARDNER REPORTS CROP CONDITIONS GOOD IN TEXAS. S. C. Gardner, assistant district su perintendent of the Pullman company, returned Monday afternoon from Abi line, Texas, where he met his brother, L. R. Gardner, who is traveling freight and passenger agent of the Queen & Crescent route in Texas. Crops around Abilene and Big Springs are suffering for lack of rain, but the condition is local, according to L R. t Gardner. Contrary to popular opinion, 'crop conditions over the sfate are good, he says. , o MORE TEST TRIPS FOR THE ' SOUTHWESTERN MOTOR CAR The Southwestern's motor car, which has been on the western division receiv ing a try-out on various runs, arrived in El Paso, Monday afternoon about 4:49 o'clock and was sent to the shops to be overhauled, after which trial trips will be continued on other parts of the line. The motor did not give entire satisfaction on the wejsi Cud on account of the steep grades encountered. z o S. P .FREIGr CREW LAID OFF. Effective July 16, the day switch crew was taken off at Lorusburg by the S. P., and after that date no switch crew will be maintained between he hours of 6 a. m. and 7 p. m. and between midnight and 1 a. m. ABOUT RAILROAD PEOPLE. R. C. Wilson, the -Pullman conductor and Elk who accompanied the Phoenix Elks' special to Detroit, returned to El Paso Tuesday morning. W. H. Whalen. superintendent of the Tucson division of the S. P., and assist ant superintendent Hickey, accompanied the pay car and supply train which left El Paso Tuesday morning for the west. Dr. L. D .Rickets of Chihuahua was in the city Monday and left for the west Tuesday morning on Southern Pacific train No. 9. J. F. Qual trough, switchman for the G. H., returned to the city Monday from a 60 day leave of absence spent at Los Angeles. He is again on duty at the local yards. J. H. Walsh, G. H. freight conductor of Sanderson, was in the city Tuesday. C. E. Withers, aG. H. switchman, left Monday for Santo, Texas, called there on account of the serious illness of his father. M. Hallahan. a G. H. switchman, is laying off from his duties on account of illness. Traveling freight agents W. P. Gar side and W. A. Cameron of the Santa Fe returned to the city Monday, Mr. Gar side from Guayma, Mex., and Mr. Cam era from norther? New Mexico. Carl J. Hellerstedt. assistant superin tendent of the union station, left Mon day afternoon over the T. & P. for Amarillo. C. N. Gray, of the auditing depart ment of the Texas & Pacific, railway, with headquarters at Dallas, is in the city, spending his vacation with his i parents. G. W. R. Yost, chief dispatcher in the Santa Fe freight office. 15ft Mon day afternoon for Cincinnati, Ohio, his old home and will visit Minneapolis' and other cities during his vacation of 30 flays. - J. B. Marshal, commercial agent of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. (Paul railways, with headquarters at Dallas, Texas, Is in the city on business. Mr. Marshal has succeeded M. F. Smith as commercial agent at Dallas, Mr. Smith going with the Harrlman line at Hous ton. H. B. Hardle, traveling passenger agent of xhe Pennsylvania lines west of Pittsburg, with headquarters at Denver, Colo., went to Tucson, Ariz., Monday morning on train No. 9. G. W- Fitzgerald and C. Wald, assist ant superintendents of the El Paso di vision of the G. H., and L. Kleeberg, chief electrician for the division, went east Monday morning- on a test trip trying out a new Mallet locomotive. G. S. Waid, superintendent of the El Paso division of the G. H. and Mrs. Waid left for Los Angeles Monday , morning on train No. 9. Mrs. Waid will remain fn California for several weeks. L. M. Hoover, assistant superintend ent of the El Paso division of the G. H , left for a trip east over the G. H. Monday morning Josenh fi""aa w BIRD FANCIERS I Will EFT PRI7F5, Many Piizes For Fine Poul- tryat the El Paso Fair. Th& special list of premiums which will be awarded bv the El' Paso Poultry . associatoin at tlie'El Paso fair, in addi tion, to the ones ottered. ioy ne iair as sociation, have been arranged. These premiums have been donated b' the mer chants and friends of the association. The complete list is as follows: 1. Best pen-all breeds competing-y association, silver challenge cup; val-de $100. -To be' won twice. 2. Second bes-S pen-all breeds com-, peting -El Paso street railway bronze copper .up. 3. Third best Den-all breeds compet- j ing 1(7 cash Newman Invest-ncnt company. 4. Best disnlay in show based upon points El Paso Morning Times silver cup. To be won twice. o. Second best display in show, basec upon points Santa Fe Fuel company, bronze copper cup. 6. Best pen of white fowls in show 0. G.' Seeton & Co., silver cup. To be won twice. 7. Second best pen white fowls in show $5 cash, Crowley Printing com pany. 5. Best pen buff fowl in shbw C. N. Bassett silver cup. To be won twice. 9. Second best pen buff fowls in show $5 cash, El Paso Sheet Metal Works. 10. Best pen black fowls in show A. H. Richards Jewelry Co., silver cup. To be won twice. 11. Second best pen black fowls in shoTv $3 cash. 12. Best pen parti-colored fowls in show Snyder Jewelry "Co., silver cup. To be won twice. 13. Second best pen parti-colored fowls in show $5 cash. Watson Gro cerj' Co. 14. Best pen American class Frank Powers, silver cup. To be won twice. 15. Best pen Asiatic class Shelton Payne Arms Co., bronze copper cup. 16. Best pen Mediterranean class Rio Grande "Valley Bank and ffrust Co., silver cup. 17. Best pen Englfsh class W. T. H.xson Jewelry Co., silver cup. To be won twice. ) J.S. Best pen Dutch class Silver cup. Business Farmer. 19. Best pen French class City National Bank, silver cup. 20. Best pen all games and ban tams Poultry association, silver cup. 21. Best pen Polish class ?o cash Model Bakery. 22. Best pen am ba shra ha mthtst $5 cash Ramona hotel. 23. Best pair ducks, any breed $5 cash Pomeroy's Transfer Co. 24. Best pair geese, any breed $5 cash East El Paso Fuel Co. 25. Best display pigeons $10 cash Guaranty Trust & Banking Co. 26. Best exhibit belgian hares v $2.50 cash J. A. Smith. 27. Best male bird in show $10 cash 'First National Bjtnk. 2S. Best female bird" in show $10 cash El Paso' Grain Co. 29. Shape special,-, best r male ?5 hat Bryan Bros. . 30. Shape special, best female 1 dozen Evemvear sox, value $6 Harry Swain. 31. Color special, best male $5 hat R. A. Moore & Co. 32. Color special, best female o lb. box bonbon, or chocolates, value $o Elite Confectionery.. 33. Best American, class $5 Poultry Supplies W. D. Wise & Co. 34. Best bird, Asiatic class $2.50 poultry suplies Highland Grocery Co. 35. Best bird Mediterranean class $2.50 cash Scott White Drug Co. 36. Best bird English class 100 lbs. Diamond M. flour Lion Grocery Co. -37. Bet bird French class $3 meal ticket Silver King Restaurant. The Herald cup class announced later. DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATES TO CONTEST ELECTION RETURNS Tyler, Tex., July 19. With judge S. A. Llndsey, of Smith county, G. A. Bodenhehn, of Gregg, and R. M. Lively, of "Vanzandt, each claiming the nom ination for the short terra in congress from the third Texas district, present I indications are that there will be a content before the committee, which meets at MIneola tomorrow to canvass he returns of the primary, which took place last Saturday in the eight coun ties comprising the district. BRIDE TO BE NAMES PALLBEARERS AND DIES San Antonio, Texas. July 19. Realiz ing that there was no hope for her re covery, Miss Frieda Bartsch dictated the names of the pallbearers for her fu neral and -the list was written by her father while .she-was dying on the eve of her wedding. The burial will take place today, the body being arrayed In her wedding gown. JOHNSON SAYS "ONLY A MATER OF VOTES" San Antonio, Texas, July 19. In an optimistic mood and wearing a glowing smile, Cone Johnson arrived here this morning en route to Kingsbury to fill a speaking engagement. In discussing his campaign, he said: 7 "It's only a matter of the votes of the counties and how much I'll beat Col quitt." A delegation of supporters ac companied Johnson to Kingsbury. MAY ADTUST EASTERN FREIGHT RATE SITUATION. ,1- PEOPLE IN EL PASO HOTELS From New Mexico. At the Zeiger I. J. Durand and wife, Demlng; George H. ilerthen, Rodey; B-M. Holstuy, Deming; A. W. McBride. C-"N. Hopper, Chance Evans, Las Cru ces; Viola Spruill, Albuquerque; B. F. Bridwell, Portales; Loeth Deel, Ancho. -At the Sheldon James T. Smith, Las Cruces; E. D. Willing, Hrgh Rolls. At the St Regis W. E. Burnside. Silver City; M. B. L. Peterson and wife. Las Gruces; E. A. Wayne, Silver City: Gorge F. Wilson, Las Cruces. At the Orndorff E. H. Jones, Coyote; Miss Mamie Knight, Tularosa. ' At the Grand Central L. W. lies. From Arizona. Zeiger T. C. At the Globe. Hendricks, At the St. Regis Lloyd T. Buell, Mi ami; E. H. Devore. Douglas; J. F. Bi seva, Tucson. At the Angelus J. E. Murphy. Doug las; C. T. Wilson, Miss Flower, Tucson; Rex Watters, Douglas. At the Orndorff Miss Nettie Noble. Miss James Snow, S. G. Dowell, Dos Cabezos. From Texas. At the Zeiger J. W. Hudgins, Ham lin. At the Sheldon J. F. McKenzie, Pe cos; Miss Eva J. Scribner, Marathon; G. W. Stearn, T. B. Grace, Dallas. At the St. Regis H. S. Gwyn, Hous ton; J. B. Dickinson, San Antonio; A. r. Crandall, San Antonio; George Wil lis, Dallas; E. H. De Roche. San An jtonio; A. F. Martin and wife, Miss Marie Martin, Miss Annie Martin, Miss Alberta Martin, Miss Lucile Martin, Austin. At the Angelus John Bucek a'nd wife, Marathon; J. H. Smith, CrocketL At the Orndorff James Breen, Aus tin; George Kelly and family, Dallas; Lula Stewart, Pecos; M. L. Loewenthal, Fort Worth. At the Grand Central R. W. Leavy, Clint. ; From Mexico. At theSheldon F.jM. Freebdrn, L. D. MI113. Mexico, D. F.; John P. Denny, Chihuahua. At the SL Regis A. E. May, Inde, Durango; H. M. Reynolds, Mexico City; H. A. Hollister, Ahumada. At the Orndorff Mrs. F. L, Vernon. Gomez Palacio; Alberta Saenz and party, Mrs. Annie Clark and daughter, Hermoslllo, Sonora; William Carey. P. Falonler, Manuel Dairte Madrid, Mexico, D. F-; Fra-nclsco Falonier, jr., Chihuahua. At the Grand Central Tomas Hal quin, Cueste Prleto; A. C. Hall, wife and ba-iry, Aguas Callentes; H. W. O'Neil, Empaline, Sonora; L. G. Perry, Mexico, D. F. From the Pacific Slope. At the St. Regis J. M. Hyde, Palo Alto, Cal. At the Angelus F. "Walker, San Francisco, Cal.; G. R. Williams, Los Angeles, Cal.; George H. Clements, Los Angeles, Cal. From Nev York. At the Sheldon O. T. Burton. From Chicago. At the Angelus Frank White. From Missouri. At the Sheldon Mrs. John Denny, Kansas City; Miss Sophia T. Denny, Kansas City; John U. May, Kansas City: E. W. Kitchens, Sr.Louis; J. W. Beeler, St. Louis. . From Everywhere. x At th Zeiger R. W. Duke, Mus- ko&ee !" At the Sheldon Q. D. O'Brien, St. Paul, Minn.; F. C. Led worth, Denver, i.; F. C. Led worth, Denver, Colo.; T. M. Temple, Manila, P. I. At she St. Regis Harry H. Summer field, Klshmeff. Rusia; F. Dollnson, U. S. -army; A. F- Gillis, Denver, Colo.; F. P. Kern, Atlanta, Ga.; William C. Schultz. Milwaukee; J. B. McDermott, New Orleans. At the Angelus C. Leu-?er, Omaha, Neb. At the Orndorff Jaraos Murry, TYrt Bear, Kansas. At the Grand Central Aunncio Cs millo, Tampa, Fla.; Teodora Gon.ialec Tampa, Fla.; W. A. Cimeroi, Tampa, Fla.; R. A. Corley, New Orleans, . DEATHS AND BURIALS. J. H GREEK. James H. Greek, 27 years' of age. died Tuesday morning at his home, 2G12 Montana street. Mr. Greek Is survived by his father, John C. Greek, and an uncle, W. W. Greek bothof thU city. Funeral services will be held Wednes day, Nagley & Kaster inecharge. DOUGLAS ALDERMAN INTERESTED IN AUTO ENGINE Alderman G. W.v Do-ell, of Douglas, is here on a business trip in connec- Hon -K-ltVi th RnwPtr T.iimhpr onmnnnx-' which he represents at Douglas. Mr. Dowell, who Is a councilman, is also watching the work of the new El Paso autb fire engine. The Douglas city council has been considering the pur chase of an auto engine for Its fire de partment, and Mr. Dowell 'ill make a report on it when he returns. CALIFORNIAN IN JUAREZ. Jesus Maria de Leon, a prominert ranchman and land owner of San Fran cisco, is visiting his friend, comman dante Ponce de Leon, of Juarez. Mr. Maria de Leon is spending a fe days In Juarez en route to Mexico City, rchere he will atend the centenary cele bration. HALL PREPAPJSS PETITION. Attorneys for Florence J. Hall and other anti-ring candidates are pre paring an injunction to be presented Saturday morning in the event that pu pervlsors are denied them. Any refu sal prior to Saturday will not be of sufficient cause to warrant the issu- ance of an injunction. SOLDIER ST POST 0011ITS m Musician of 23rd Infantry Shoots Self Through Heart Monday Night. Joseph Mudra, a private in the 23rd infantry stationed at Fort Bliss, and' a member of the post band, committed suicide at the post sometime Monday . night by shooting himself through the heart with a 3S-caIiber revolver of the ! arrny pattern. He was found in his quarters about 6 oclock Tuesday morning, a pistol lying by his side and a mortal -nound in his heart. Mudra joined the 23rd infantry a few ' days before the troops departed for the maneuvers at Leon Sprincrs but he did not go because his uniform had not yet ( been -issued to himi He was at one time , a member of the Third Infantry ami is said to have been in the army for 15 i years. ' Mudra was a native of Zejzanor, Bo- i hernia, and was 42 years of age. His ', onlj- relative in this country, so far as is known is an uncle, Joseph Nacok, ot Haugen, Wis. The funeral will take plac at the post Wednesday. MRS. EDGAR CAD WALL AD ER DIES AT MOUNTAIN 'PARK Buried In Family Plot Reside Her Brother Who Died Recently. Cloudcroft. N. M., Jmy 19. Mrs. Ed gar Cadwalladtniidied this morning at her home in Mountain Park. The funeral services were held this afternoonViu I the family plot cloe to the CaftawalTa- der home and her body was placed be side the remains of her brother, Teddy Lazarus. Young Lazarus, her brother, was formerly employed on The Herald's advertising staff. Both died - of tuber culosis. The deceased is a sisterinlaw of Mark Cadwallader, manager of the Smith, ranch below El Paso. He was here to see her Sunday. The Hall Room Boys In The Herald. Wach 'em. ESTATE FOR BOY BELIEVED TO HAVE COME TO EL PASO. Chief of police Jenkins has received an inquiry from Mrs. L D. Driver,, of tion about hfer son, Ernest X. Driver, Avho loft hoim on September lo. 1908- The boy is described as being five feet, I nine inciies tail, ot laar complexion ana Jight hair and he eves. The letter states that money had hesn left him by the death of a near relative and that she is'anxiaus to locate him. His trade is given as a machinist's helper. It is thought he may be in El Paso. MOTHER SUES FOR CUSTODY OF HER CHILD. A writ of habeas corpus has ibeen is sued by judge J. R. Harper, ordering A. H. Kennedy to a.ppear in the 34th dis trict count, and show cause why he 8uiuiuUu Vu u,, .w" j c"u. lo tue custouy oi is moiner, inxo j whose care he court had placed it. The i r issueu upon tne apmieataon or -ir. rvenneay. wno claims that the tacncT na taKen toe emiu. iroin her and had refused to return it, although the court had given her the custody of the bo JUSTICE CCT7RT SUIT. A. A. Dean vs. A. tory Is the title of J a suit for alleged commission for the ' sale of real estate which was heard in justice of the peace E. B. McCHntock's J court Tuesday. The suit is for 160. As one grows old the bowels grow less active. Some then take Harsh cathartics, and their bowels harden. Then they multiply the dose. Some take candy Cascarets. They act in natural ways, and one tablet a Jay s sufficient Vest-pocket box, 10 cents-st r-stors. Peojjle rw ufi a s-Dlion box3 mostMy. 851 8UDLAVI&--" Nature's Treatment where you bathe in black, soft mud thtt draws out pain and poison. Thou sands oired Big hotel open all year. Send for book. R. R. Kramer, Pres., Kramer, Ind 99 HORLICK'S it Msans Original and Gmuine MALTED MILK The Food-drfok for Ai! Ages. More healthful than Tea or 'Coffee. Agrees with the weakest digestion. Deliaouc, .invigorating and nutritious. Rich ,uilk, malted grain, powder form, IUl A uick lunch prepared in a minute. vou decide to favrr US with Take no substitute. Askfor KORLICK'S. iwur orders. We carry a WT Others are imitations, large stock on hand which as- i sures prompt deliverv. Also DRINK MILK--BRIMK I headquarters for fresh field, PLENTY OF IT--DRINK i SSSn EL'PASO PUREMILK! TMrd and Chihuahua Sts. There 13 more food value in one quart of El Paso Pure Milk than there is la one pound of the choicest porterhousa ; steak. El Paso Pure Milk la pure milk. It comes from inspected, contented j cows, and is treated by the most scien tlflc methods. Delivered to you in sterilized airtight bottles. EI Paso Dairy Co. Phases: Bell 340; Aste. 11SS. Office 313 X. Oregon. Bell 542. Allto 1472 HARRY & CO. 2nd HIND F0BNST0S1E TVE HAVE REAL BARGAINS. MpWHWpSriMBayB VnM v '! ij srMm Win keep your teeth whiteand sound, your breath sweet until old fvKWM&:i age. Remove Tartar, will not scratch enameL 25c An DnzsgUts SOc 8EAU71PW.1 Between GaivestorvKey "West and New York Superior Passenger AccoinTCodatieca Fast Freight Service STEAMERS SAIL EVERY WED NESDAY ATJD SATURDAY AT Wednesday Steamers Call at Ker i West, FI&., making connection fr a poiEfta in Florida, and Cub. 1 &&tut&&7 Steamers Carry Freight Only For particulars as to reservxtioas, rates, et&, eee yotrr ticket xgant or S. T. DeMTLT, Gen. Agent, Galveston, Texas. Tickets to and from Suxof j j I T A SEA VOYAGE ITS LESS Lcwctt Fbtm between SAN FRANCISCO. SEATTLE, LOS ANGELES. SAN DIEGO aad other Coast G&es 1 Berth and Meals Included TRIPS EAST BY SEA AND RAIL Don't taqit until steamers are sold out Write quick for fares- and reservations Pacific Coast Steamship Co. 122 Market St. SAN FRANCISCO Special Values far Saturday x Prime Rib Roasts, f c per lb JLVv: Chuck Steak and Roasts, f per lb lUC Fresh Pork Sausage, - f per ib IUC You Get the Fiacst Meats at THE LOWEST PRICES AND THE BEST SERVICE AT Robinson's Market J. C. PEYTON, Successor 114 IT. Stanton. Both Phones. Where to buy hay. dkts, grain. etey etc. This question I S satisfactorily settled if i rTnn(,nrrv rt,r - I EMBOSSED LETTER HEADS I a -'w jrer m, $b I T"T.T.T; 'Ik-r,- 1S UKWTWtt i-l BROS. A COMPAXT Ellin BulIdlEir. Electric Porrer Emboiers. T E! Paso Pasteur Instate For Preventive Trer.tment OF HYDROPHOBIA. 325 SAX AXTOXIO STREET. PZioae 2340 R. 1. ReJ, 3457 MalloryLine l AP okted Question! , - .