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MILLINERY At Half Price $20.0G Hats $10.00 $10.00 Hats $5.00 aHvaaaBBHaMBaBKsasnannBKaKSBi Selling high grade, stylish millinery at Half Price has resulted in such an enormous business that we gladly continue this sale the balance of the week. This sale is tihe natural outcome of the policy with which we started in business to do away with high prices on millinery in El Paso. We pre'fer to do an immense volume of business at a small profit rather than a. limited amount of business at a large profit. Every imaginable style is represented in these two lots. You should not fail to avail yourself of this opportunity sometime during the balance of the week. Our two windows are now devoted to the display of this millinery. " Do not fail to see them, as they will give you a, much better idea as to styles andv value than we can do here. THE ELEVATOR , j- lin The 'Herald Building runs nights and Sundays as well as in regular office hours. THE JANITOR SERWGE--. in The Herald Building is the most efficient in El Paso. THE LOCATION at the very heart of the busines3center, where every car goes by the door. t THE ROOMS - . ' have the highest ceilings in town, and are bright and airy, thoroughly warmed by steam in -winter. THE PRICES as low as consistent with the highest standards of service. NO EXTRAS GMU IN OPERATION POOL ROOMS, U STORES, SALOONS (Continued from Pase One.) than the average musical comedy. There, are 48 of them and it costs 20 cents to look at all of them, which is 20 cents wasted. They would probably be called lewd. They certainly wouldn't be shown at Sunday schools. Tne other machine is smaller and shows some pic tures and plays a tune. It appears to WONDERFUL i OF SORE HANDS Skin Peeled and Flesh Got Hard and Brofye Blood Flowed in Fifty Places "Single Box of Cu- ticura Ended Suffering." , "About eleven years ago I was trou bled with sore hands, so sore that when I would put them in water the pain would very nearly set me crazy, the skin would peel off and the flesh would get hard and break. There would be blood flowing from at least fifty places on each hand. "Words could never tell the suffering I endured for three years. tried everything that I was told to use for fully three years, but could get no relief. I tried at- least eight different doctors, but none of them seemed to do me any good, as my hands were as bad when I got through doctoring as when I first began. I also tried many remedies, but none of them ever did xne one cent's worth of good. I was dis couraged and heartsore. I would feel bo bad mornings when I got up, to think I had to go to work and stand the pain for ten hours, and I often felt like giv ing up my position. "Before I started to work mornings l would have to wrap very finger up separately, so as to try and keep them soft and then wear gloves over the rags to keep the grease from getting on my work. At night I would have to wear gloves in bed. In fact, I had to wear gloves all the time. After doctoring for three years, and spending much money, a single" box of Cuticura Ointment ended all my sufferings. It's been eight years since I used any and I don't know what sore hands'are now, and never lost a day's work while using Cuticura Ointment. Thomas A. Clancy, 310 2J. Montgomery St.. Trenton, N- J., Nov. 11, 1909." A Eincle set of Cuticura Soap and Ointment Is ften sufficient, rendering it the most economical treatment for affections of tbe skin and scalp. Sold throuchout the -world. Potter Drue fc Caem. Corp, Sole Props, 135 Columbus Ave, Boston. U.S.A. TIZ-For Sore Feet Cures Tired, Aching, Swollen,-Sweaty Tent. Callouses, Bunions and Chilblains, right off. At all druggists, 25c for a big box. D ANDERINE Predates tklck, luxuriaHt kxlr Trfaea ali tker remedies fall. We CHaraate D&Mteriae. All Dragslats, 25c, 58c kh tfl, wr ieai tki A rrlth lc (utmmpu aw ailvr) fer a larsre fre saasffla. KTTGWI.TON DAPTDERXrCC S3 Qhtecjra. III- have a talking machine made insi.de of It, These can be operated at any time and may be seen from the street. The Cigar Lottery. Monday night a Herald man "took a flyer" at the cigar lottery. " He pulled two of the little discs at Miller's cigar store on Oregon street nest to the Pos tal, and got a blank with one and a fire-cent cigar on the other. Crossing the street he pulled two at the "Prlmm cigar store" and got blanks both time. This apparently puts tnese affairs i? fhe lottery class you pay your money .for a chance f to win and there are , toianKs, so tnat you may lose you I money entirely. The LrfiTT on Trade Checks. The law on Joe's tra-de checks is a paragraph in the new currency statute of the United States and says: "Who soever, except as authorized by Jaw shall make or cause to be made, or shall utter or pass or attempt to utter or pass, any coins of gold or silver or other metals or alloys of metals, intended- for the use andpurpose of cur rent money, -whether in the semblancff of coins of tne United States, or of for eign countries, or of original design, shall be fined not more than $3000 or imprisoned not more than five years, or both." The United States attorney at Los Angeles and the United States attorney at Dallas have both announced that they would prosecute any mas using trade checks. i Th IiHTV on Gambling. As touching further on Joe's case and the case of hilliard and pool rooms operated in buildings with saloons of buildings connected with saloons by par tition doors, section 24 of the Easkln McGregor saloon law says: "It is unlawful to set up, keep, use or permit to be kept or used IN OR ABOUT the same premises or by any other person, or to run or to" be run In connection with such place or business in any manner or form what ever, any billiard table, pool table of gambling table, bowling or ten pin al ley, cards, dice, dominoes or any other device for gaming, or playing any game of chance or to permit any person to play at, on, or with such tables, alleys, cards, dice, dominoes, or other device of any kind." The penalty is a fine o $25 to $200, or imprisonment not longer than 30 days, or both fine and imprisonment. The same section prohibits music of musical instruments in a saloon. The Law on Raffles. In reference to the operation of raf- A. Skin of Beauty is a coy -Forever. iR. T. Felix Goufaud's Oriental Cream or Magical Beautlfler. Bemoves Tan, Pimples, Freciles, Moth Pjtehe, Bash, nd Skin Dk'eates, ana every biemfeh on beauty, and de fies detection. It has stood the test of 62 years, and Is so harmless -we rasteittobesureit Je properly made. Accept no counter felt of similar name. Dr. L. A. Sarre said to a lady of the hant "ton (a patient): "As yoa ladief will use them, I recommend 'Gasrand'H Crenm' as the least harmful of all the skin preparations." For sale hy all druggists and "Fancy. Goods Dealers In the United States, Canada and Europe. FrmT.HGPmS, Pn 37 Grd Jones Street, V.mM T sss y v gj FROM THE SUXXY SOUTH LAND. Among the many gifts that Nature has lavished on the South none is more val uable than her gift of the cotton plant In the soil, warmth and sunshine of the South, the cotton plant attains its high est perfection. Formerly, only the white, downy lint of the cotton boll was pre served, but today, from the kernel ot the cotton seed is pressed an oil which, when refined, compares favorably with the purest olive oil. From the choicest of this oil of the cotton seed is made a cooking fat called Cottolene. In effi ciency, purity and wholesomeness, Lot tolene far excels the fat -of the hog, and it has well been named, "Natures gift from the Sunny South." UNEASINESS BUT QUIET PREVAILS ST (Continued From Page One.) guez, a supposed Mexican citfzen, was recently burned at the" stake." " .A long- distance telephone message to the Associated Press from Rock Springs says: "Much utfeasiness prevails here- be cause of a message received fr,om the sheriff at Del Rio that a' body of arm ed Mexicans is marching upon the town. The county is -well picketed and a request for aid has been sent to gov ernor Campbell. He has promised to send rangers. "The Mexican consul from -Eagle Pass was in Rock Springs Monday in vestigating ihe lynching it Antonio Rodriguez. He did not divulge his findings." Rjck Springs Prepared. Long- distance telephone advices this morning from sheriff O. C. Pope, of Edwards county, are to the effect that he has an armed force ready to meet the hand of Mexicans reported to be marching Irom Del Rio to Rock Springs. Everybody at Rock Springs is on guard, but no Mexicans have yet appeared. Governor Campbell will or der the state rangers and militia there if necessary. Del Rio authorities today deny lmowlftdr.P. of Mexicans heading to ward Rock Springs. fles in cigar stores, there is a very stringent law. Raffles for articles of $500 in value were permitted by article 375, title XI, chapter 2, of the penal code but on Marcn 17, 1909, the state legls lature adopted the following revision of the section: f "If any person shall establish a raffle r for, or shall dispose by raffle "of any estate, real or personal, of the value of $500 or less, he shall be fined not less than $5 nor more than $200. "If any person shall keep or offer for sale tickets for raffles of any value whatever he shall be fined not less than $10 nor more than $50." The same section provides that it is unlawful for the owners or agents of property to permit gambling or raffles to be conducted on the premises, so that not only the proprietors of cigar stands, but the owners of property are also responsible. Gnmlillng in Pool Halls. Gambling Is going on at the Lobby pool hall on San Francisco street at the.corner of El Paso street, or at least It was 'Friday night. A Mexican named Enriquez, and an American pool shark, a stranger in town, played four games. As a result nearly $100 changed -nands. They were playing- for money. Persons in the audi ence watching the contest bet money. They played for nearly an hour and then the American gave up in disgust; he was beaten. This occurred between the hours of 8 and 9 oclock at night. Another American named Brown played Enriquez and won a few dollars. The Mexican did not care to bet very much, going only $1 a time on the out come of the contest. He had a stake holder with ihim who -was doing the bet ting for him. High school boys and other minors were in the audience tnat "watched this gambling.- - - - - - At Pollock's on San Antonio street near the corner of Mesa avenue, there Is a game called Star pool. This' is known as a stake game; some of the players call it keno. One of these boards is on a table in the pool room next to the Coney Island saloon, -which is conducted under the name of Primm's. Two boys were play ing there Friday nignt but they were j not gambling. There is a sign on the wall here saying that gambling on games is not' permitted. There is one of these Star pool tables in the Cactus club and there are others about town. In Pollock's, two men played and by their talk indicated that gaming is practiced, for one said at the end of three games, when he had lost two: "That makes $2 I owe you." Boys in Pool Hall. In the Lobby pool hall, two hign school boys were engaged in a game at a private table. One of them cursed the other for about 15 minutes during the nlay. The latter called back a name that means figli't and a fight e'n-1 DOES VOT BEL1EVJB THE WHY SALVES FAIL TO CURE ZEBU Scientists are now agreed that the eczema germs are lodged not in the outer skin or epidermis, but in the in ner skin. Hence, a penetrating liquid is required, not an outward salve that clogs the pores. "We recommend to all eczema pa tients the standard prescription Oil of Wintergreen as compounded in liquid form known as D. D. D. Prescription. A trial bottle of this D. D. D. Prescrip tion, at only 25 cents, -will instantly re lieve the itch. "We have sold and recom mended tills remedy for years, and know of wonderful cures from its use. "We .recommend it to our patrons. Kelly & Pollard. MODIFIES WOMAN'S SUFFRAGE CLAUSE sued. They were told by the crowd to fight if they wanted to, but one man stepped up and said they would have to go out into the street to fight. They didn't fig'nf. Beer from the ' Lobby saloon was served several persons during the prc gress of the games. Boys -were in the pool hall while it was being served. There was gambling in Star pool at Pollock's on San Antonio street Sunday night at 8:45 and there was still gambling at 9:10. Four men were play ing. Each one was betting 25 cents on each game. Two of the men -were street car employes, one of them a conductor in full uniform, with his change belt on. They exchanged money after eacn game, the losers paying the winner 25 cents eacn. There were no minors lu the house that night. Sees Player Win. At the Monarch hall Monday night, a Herald man saw one player at Star pool win $2.25 In three straight games in less than 15 minutes. The game is played on a regulation pool table, ex cepting tile pockets are fitted with pocket cushions, making the table practically a billiard table. On one end of the table lies a board bored full of holes, which are numbered. The board is provided with a bevel edge, enabling the balls to roll onto it and fnto the holes. There are two ways of winning. One is by knocking any ball on the table into a hole on the board with a corres ponding number. That ends the game and the winning player Is given the pot. At the Monarch pool hall Monday night, the ante was a quarter and the man winning the game pays for each cue at the rate of two and .one-half cents. There were four in the -game. The second way of beating the game 5s by securing a total of 60 points. This is done by knocking any ball on the table into any hole on the board. The figures an the ball and the hole are added and the first player getting a total of 60 wins. Kel,ley Pool. Kelley pool, which has been put un der the ban in many states and cities, has a large following in El Paso and two games at least were seen by a Herald man Monday night, one at the Monarch pool hall, near the corner of San Antonio and Stanton streets, and the other at the Pollock & Co., hall, 223 San Antonio street. At the Monarch pool hall, the game only was at stake. At tne Pollock & Co., .establishment a 50 cent ante was in order. Kelley is played on the regulation pool table with either 10 or 15 balls, the number not being material. Each player is given a lop-sided ball shaken from a bottle, on which there Is a number. The pool balls on the table are supposed to be shot in the pockets in rotation and each player endeavors to place In any pocket the ball bearing the same number as the small ball he drew from the bottle. In the event the first man snooting draws the one ball from the bottle and then places the one ball in the pocket, he is given the pot. The others pay for the game. However, if a ball belong ing to another player is shot in the pocket by a player other than the one who drew a corresponding number from the bottle, that player is dead, and he, of course, endeavors to shoot the ball of his opponents into the pockets,, thus making the game a draw and neces sitating another contest. The Primm Stores. J. F. Primm of the American bank, Wnen asked "who owns -tyhe Primm ci gar stores?" said: "D. S. Rosenwald and I own them together, but he is the principal owner. I own only the one over there on Oregon street." Rosen wald is an Albuquerque, N. M.f resident. GOVERNOR. NOTIFIED THAT MEXICANS INVADE STATE Austin, Tex., Nov. 15. Governor Campbell last night received a long distance call from the sheriff of Ed wards county, saying he had received a telegram from Del RiQ to the effect that armed Mexicans are marching to Rock Springs because of the rec-jnt lynching. Governor Campbell ordered the sheriff to have all the sheriffs and deputies from surrounding counties re port to him at once. The governor aUo is getting into communacaUon witn the state rangers. If need be, he will order out the state militia, Governor Campbell has ordered a company of rangers at San Benito to hurry to Rock Springs in view of the threatened raid there. Officers from adjoining counties are en route to Rock Springs, also. The governor today expressed tne belief that there is little danger of a battle and believes the rangers can handle the situation. AMERICANS ARE STONED IN CITY OF CHIHUAHUA Chihuahua, Mexico, Nov. 15. Form ing on Hidalgo plaza, an anti-American mob marched up the streets sry Jng, "Remember Antonio Rodriguez. Police and rurales broke up the crowd, which dispersed in two sections but got to gether again at Alameda. There a party of Americans, driving up Ocampo avenue were stoned, street cars were stopped and suggestive epi thets were cast at the "gringoes" . rid ing thiereon.- One American kept a stone with which he had been struck. No further violence is reported, the crowd being scared by the reappear ance of the rurales. MURDERER IS A 3IEXICAN Guthrie, Okla., Nov. 15. Senator Berazaluce, of Monterey, Mexico, who is here representing the Mexican gov ernment in the Kickapoo extradition cases, does not believe the slayer of the city marshal of Anadarko was a Mex ican. ""Whenever a man from Texas, Jew Mexico or California, who happens to nf -ro-rJrnn descent, eets into trou ble in this country the papers say that Convention Orders One Hun dred Thousand Copies of Constitution Printed. Santa Fe, N. M., Nov. 15. The consti tutional convention modified today the clause giving women the right of fran chise at school elections. Upon peti tion of 50 percent of the qualified voters the right may be suspended in any dis trict and may also be restored upon such petition. ., 'The convention ordered the printing of 100,000 copies of the constitution, one-half to be in Spanisn. - It adopted without change the pre amble as well as the article on names on boundaries as reported by the com mittee on revision, which had made no changes. The latter will Involve a boundary dispute .with. Texas. Work Nearlngr End. The prohibition question and the ap portionment of the state for legislative ahd judicial purposes are practically the only propositions yet to be consid ered by the constitutional convention. There a strong sentiment among the delegates' that tne prohibition issue has no place In tne constitution and it will probably be left out. The final adoption of the constitution promises to be an arduous task as there are 300 sections and under the rules a roll call will be required on each sec tion after it is reported by the revision committee. Each roll call requires 20 minutes and the delegates face abqut 96 hours of continuous roll call. The prohibition advocates were given a public hearing yesterday afternoon by the committee on liquor traffic which is being pushed to make a re port. Democrats May Fight. The Democrats have called a meeting of tneir territorial central committee to determine finally what the attitude of the party is to be toward the pro posed constitution. Some of the leaders are urging strongly that the party work against its approval at the polls and seek to defeat It so as to necessi tate a second constitutional convention, while the more conservative men of the party urge that the party join the Re publicans in urging its approval by the people and reserving their strength for an effort to carry the new state at the first election for state officials and leg islature. It is likely that the latter counsel will prevail altnough the radi cals threaten a split if that is the casg TRAINS IN HEAD ON COLLISION ON TEXAS & PACIFIC Toyah, Tex., Nov. 15. As the re sult of a collision one and a half miles" east of Aroya at 9:24 p. m. yesterday, between a special stock train going east and a freight train coming west, one tramp was killed, name not known, and a number of cattle are re ported killed and injured. The cause is said to be due to the Die in ims luuuu i-wc .. ., engineer ana conauctor on the special he Is a Mexican, then the yellow pa- st0ck train overlooking a time order j.xitin nu. -i was aeiaved at To van pers in Mexico take it up and the trou ble starts - . F. J. Kearful, a special United States attorney, said that many Mexicans came to Oklahoma over 50 years ago and Intermarried, with the Comanche Indians. It is believed by the federal authorities that Opei may be one of that class. SAYS HE WAS GliAD TO GET OUT OF CHIHUAHUA ,A railway man of EV Paso says that the air was anything but calm in the city of Chihuahua Saturday. "They had a policeman or a rurale every half block," he said. "I was never so glad to leave a place in all my life." But D. Minihan, a prominent mining man, discredits even the story of the riot. He is at Hotel St. Regis, here on a business trip. "All was quiet when I left Chmuahua the first of the week," he said. "And here is a letter dated Monday. My fatherinlaw writes, 'thee is more fun than anything else.5 " WOMAN SHOOTS AT A CHINAMAN Globe, Ariz., Nov. 15. Hattie Keldi, a resident of the red light district in Globe, was arrested and held over for the grand jury charged with having attempted the extinction of a China man, the proprietor of the Acme res taurant and hotel. According to the testimony of wit nesses, the woman became Incensed at being unable to find the landlady -and, seeking out the Chinese host in his bedroom, fired several shots with a A-e-volver through the door. The occupant of the room was not injured but a part of the door and a Avashstand were partially demolished. THOUSAND DELEGATES AT TESLVS INDUSTRIAL MEETING Houston," Tex., Nov. 15. With pres ident R. J. Kleberg and full represen tation of the executive, board present, the second annual convention of th9 Texas Industrial congress opened at the Beach Auditorium today. Ono thousand delegates were present and mor ar coming' on every train. Fifteen hundred will be hert by tomorrow. Dallas is in the field for the nett meeting and apparently will get it. Mayor Rice welcomed tht visitors and the president's address followed. Plans for the greater development of Ttxas agriculture will be discussed. Another session wljl be held tomorrow. eight dent. hours as a result of wtliisvacci- STANDARD GROCERY CO. We buy and sell for cash. We pay no interest on borrowed capital with which to do business Hence our lower jprices. Strictly Fresh Pure Creamery Butter, per lb. v .35c Strictly Fresh Kansas Eggs, per dozen , .35c Barrington Hall Steel Cut Coffee, 2 lbs. for. 75c Gold Coin Best Flour Made ) 24 lb. jSack 80c FLOUR (Every Sack Guaranteedj48 lb. Sack $1.60 !f j!i ("Purer than -Lard" ) 5 lb. can, . .75c lUlCCUll -Rpffpv than nnttnlpnp 10 lb fl.n. &L45 yj w. vwww- . ; w 7 -, 5 gals, best grade oil (for lamp or stove) for . . . 3 pkgs. fresh Aunt Jemima Pancake, for . 3 cans Standard Corn (new pack) Marrowfat Peas (new pack) per can 2 cans Sifted Peas, for Evaporated Pitted Cherries, per lb. for . . 4 Fels Xaptha Soap for 6 bars urystal White for : Fresh Citron, per lb. Boiled Cider, per bottle 3 lbs. Fresh Pop Corn for 18 lbs. Best Granu lated Sugar for . . . 2 cans B. & M. Baked Beans for 2 cans Tall Asparagus for 75c 25c 25c 10c 25c 35c 25c 25c 25c 40c 25c .00 15c 25c 2 lbs. Fresh Valley Honey for Pint Jars Extracted Honey for Large Jar Pure Fruit Jam (all flavors) . Smyrna Figs, per box 5 lbs. Broken Head Rice for z 3 lbs. Fancy 'Jlead Rice for 2 qts. Cranberries for Fresh Walnuts or Almonds, per lb Shelled Walnuts or Almonds, per lb Shelled Pecans, (fresh and fine) per lb. , FEED DEPT. CLEAN FEED FULL WEIGHT LOWEST PRICES. 100 lbs. Bran, with shorts in cluded, per sack , 100 lb. sacks Pure Corn Chops, for . . 100 lb. sacks Clean White Corn, for 25c 25c 35c 20c 25c 25c 25c 25c 60c 75c $1.50 ..$1.60 $1.50 Strictly Fresh Kansas Eggs, per dozen f. 35c Strictly Fresh Pure Creamery Butter, per lb 35c Out of town orders filled promptly. STANDARD GROCERY CO. Bell Ptones 367 and 348 WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 208-210 MILLS STREET AUto 1901 TOLSTOI AND WIFE DYING (Continued From Pa?e One.) congestion and of itself an alarming symptom in one of Tolstoi's years. Felt Death Coming. Those In touch with the novelist say Tolstoi felt the approach of death and his disappearance from home was in fluenced by a desire to spare his fam ily pain and the complications that might ensue regarding his funeral, be cause "of his excommunication from the Greek church. . This afterribon the countess aston ished her physician by demanding that she be taken to her husband, and later in the day she was taken to Astapova, accompanied by her two soss. TAFT AUOAVS PI3VCHOT TO FIL.E HIS BRIEF Washington, D. C, Nov. 15. Presi dent Taft, responding to the request of Gifford Pinchot, former chief forester,' and his brother, iAiidos Pinchot, for permission to submit a brief on the question of issuing patents in the Cun ningham Alaskan coal land claims, has Informed Mr. Pinchot that he may sub mit such a brief. The president's let ter in his replj- to a recent letter from Mr. Pinchot expressing, fear that the Interior ' department will recom mend the patenting of these claims. TUXXEL WORKERS STRIKE FOR 3IEAX, TICKET 3IOXEY Los Angel ts, Cal., Nov. 15. Abo'it 500 union miners and muckers em ployed on tht tunnels of Los Angeles $28,000,000 aqueduct have struck for an Increase in wages to cover the ad vance in the price of meals charged the men. he strikers are members of the Western Federation of miners, and of ficials of that organization announced at Denver today that the federation would back up the strikers. The price of meals was recently raised by the eating house contractois from 25 to 35 cents. Do You Consider Location of any value? If you do get busy and rent Office v room in the NEW BUCKLER BUILDING Most centrally located 4 4 "4 building in city. jj ANDERSON-FILLER RE ALTYCO, : We build and sell homes on ' easy payments. Sole agents for the PhoenixrElPaso Build ing Co. Over Watson's Grocery. PREACHER GETS EVIDENCE ON BLIND PIG JOINTS Seattle, Wash., Xov. 15. Rev. F. S. A. Jensen, leader of the fijrht asainst "blind pigs" in the navy yard town of Charles- j ton, has been acquitted of the charge of having worn unlawfully the uniform of a United States sailor. Charleston is by law, but not in fact '"dry.'" Pastor Jensen, in the uniform of a United States marine sergeant, found it easy to ibuy liquor in the sightless pigs and obtained evidence under which thev were prosecuted. PITCHED BATTLE IN A RESORT; ONE MAN KILLED Guthrie, Okla,, Xov. 15. In a pitched battle last niffht between. Frank Thurs ton, George Lyons, Roj- Rhodes and the . mother of Thurston, (ieorge Lyons was fatally shot and is now at the point of death. Two other men were in the affray but their identity hats not been established. v The battle started in a resort which ia conducted by Thurston and his mother. Thurston had just returned from Cali fornia, where he was married a few daj3 ago. His bride witnessed the shooting. DON'T DIE IN THE HOUSE. "Rough on Rats," the Unbeatable Ex terminator of Roaches, Ants, Mice, Rats, etc. The secret is, "you, not theN maker, do the mixing. 15c, 25c, 75c. See directions how to use in out-build- ARIZONA MINE IS SOLDFOS $30,000 Xogales, Ariz., Xov. 15 J. Salamando and Al Peck of Xogales have sold a mining property jointly owned by them and located near Patagonia, to J. R. and J. C. Johnson, of Watsonville, Call?., for $30,000, part of which has been paid. DALHART VOTES FOR THE BUILDING OF SIDEWALKS Dalhart, Tex., Xov. lo. Dalhart -voted sidewalk and crossing improvements in the recent election by a large majority. The work will be done at once in antici pation of the establishing of free mail delivery. The "Northwest Texas Bankers' conven tion at Hereford was a success in at tendance and interest. Daihart sent a delegation of 15 of its .leading bu.-inets men, and good delegations were present from Channing, Amarillo and other points. Judjie D. B. Hill was chosen permanent chairman and Hereford was selected as the place for holding the next meeting in April, 1911. Judge J. E. Furrow, of the Texan, ia touring Oklahoma this week in the in terest of emigration to the Panhandle of Texas. Quality and Service We never get tired of talking the Quality of the Meats we selL We find that exercising care throughout is our best investment. Customers are absolutely protected on Quality. When it comes to Service this' market stands without a rival. J. C. PEYTON, Successor to Robinson's Market. 114 N. Stanton St 3oth Phones. Promnt Service. PEARSON ROAD IN MEXICO TO DISTRIBUTE MUCH LUMBER Bisbee, Ariz., Xov. 15. According to Clarence Chase, of El . Paso, who was here on business, the Pearson road in Mexico will be completed shortly. As soon as the road will permit of traffic, Mr. Chase stated, 1,500,000 feet of hrm ler piled in the yards at Madera will be forwarded to various points. Meanwhile, the company's saw mills in the moun tains are continuing work as usual. A Little Advice WORTHY OF NOTICE When your stomach has "gone back" on yon and the appetite is poor or when the bowels are clogged and the liver in active, get a bottle of the famous HOSTETER'S STOMACH BITTERS without delay. It is the best remedy for Stomach Ills and its results are certain, as proven by its wonderful record during the past 57 years. But remember you want Hostetter's, nothing else will do. It is also excellent for Colds and Grippe. G RASP the opportunity we offer you to secure feed of unequaled quality at the lowest pos siblc prices. No order too Lirge or too small for us to fill satisfactorily. Corref pondence solicited with out-of-town parties. 0. G. Seeton & Son Third and Chihuahua Sis.