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EJL PASO HERALD
BEGIN DISTRIBUTING
EXPOSITION BOOTHS
A
CTL VL distribution of booths In
the international exposition.
iriiitary carnival ana buyers
-. hean Thursday afternoon, fol-
np i meeting: of the board of con-
7--1 -which adopted a tentative budget
' expenditures amounting to S13.65&
reporting at the meeting for the
Tan-ii committee Thomas C
- orp! the chairman estimated that
o would t received from sales
berths and concessions and
"rough the gates. It became neces-
- to reduce this estimate when it
s decided to withhold the bulld-
r rf at least 50 booths until it be-
t re apparent that a!l would be sold
Hcub ki1 range In cost from $60
' - tr-o- outside the buildings to $75
- choice locations on the inside.
K olph chwarts subscribed for two
- tie Porular Dry Goods company
d m r croggs for one ror the
1 " in Trst & Savings bank
Diftfrfbotloa of Fnadi.
The J 13,650 to be spent In prepara-
i was distributed as follows for
out including the building of more
an 1M booths, 9SSvo; decorations.
Mo0 publicity and advertising,
'Oi entertainment. JI5W; eontia-
f-" fund $1009; chamber of coxft-
nTc for badges, ribbons, and aimi-
,2- 1-1 i $50, cotton and agricul
ture. 5500 and smaller sums for wo
men's exhibits, Mexican products ex
hibits, tickets, reception, and automo
bile parade.
Five hundred pennants are to be
purchased to be given to automobile
tourists.
- Tentative estimates, according to
George LeBaron. director general,
place the number of people to visit
the exosition at 20.00. '
Hope for Permanent Pond.
Any financial lose entailed It was
stated, would be borne by the cham
ber oj commerce. Any profit. Mr.
XfeBaroa urged, should be made a
permanent fund to make the cele
bration an annual International fea
ture. Brig Gen. Robert" I. Howie, re
ported that he had assurances that
Maj Gen. Joseph T. Dickm&n would
he present for the military carnival
and exressed hope that Gen. John J.
Pershing will also come Secretary
of war Baker will probably be pres
ent, he said.
Local women's dubs probably win
have charge of the program on the
last night.
FULL line of KODAKS and KODAK
supplies at Gandara's. Adv.
Maybe They Can
Foretell WJien
Pinch Is Coming
A general roundup of all fortune
tellers and clairvoyants here was or
dered Friday, by chief of police 1. R.
Montgomery.
"We intend to arrest all of them we
can find." the chief said. "The prac
tice of either fortune telling or
clalrvovancy is In direct violaleiTef
a aectlou of the vagrancy ordinance
and we are going ) enforce that or
dinance. Cfty detectives have been
Instructed to hunt out such persons
and te see that they appear In police
court."
LICENSED TO WED.
Fermla Flore, mad Candelaria Lira.
Carl Taylor and Bdlth NewUL
Sell Oil Stock to Curtlss i Co. Adv.
Xo Worms la n Ilealthy Child.
All children troubled with Worms
have an unhealthy color which indi
cates poor blood, and as a rule there
is more or less stomach distorbance
GROVE'S TASTBEKSS chill TONIC
given regularly lor two- or three
weeks wfil enrich the blood, improve
the digestion, and act as a General
Streagthenlsg Tonic to the whole
system. Na ore trill then throw off
or dispel the worms, and the ChlM
wHI lie in perfect health. Pleasant
to taKC 60C per Dome. adv.
1 American Furniture Co.
I 112-114 S. 'Stanton St Phone 218
I Window Shade Sale
36 Inch Window Shades
Green or Cream Color
65c Each 2for$l .2
These are the new "Fibrol" shades' made from a very tough fibre materia, treated
with genuine oil colors which make them sun and dust proof. The edges are rein
forced with Whitmore's tearproof edging. " A wonderful shade at one-half its real value.
Foldtag Bahy
SaMSei
$7.85
A
Mill Order. Receive
Prompt Attention.
Demean
FURNITURE CO.'
Furnish Your Home on tie American Flan;
Purchase Now, Pay as You Can.
FLOOR
LAMPS
25 Off
MATT, OEDEES PROMPTLY FTT.T.TIT)
SINGLE COATS
Pars Beaches, Kool Both, Klisg
Htark. Big assortment at clotin?
out prices
$4, $5, $6
JJtf' SJOnsajScaSr.
Blue Serge and Worsteds.
Special
$5, $6, $7,50
OPEN SATURDAY NIGHT TJNTTL 10 O'CLOCK
tat Yoia
Every Economical Clothes Buyer
SboaM he feferested in this saving there is $10 and
sore for you to tare baying at the Berg Company
Store. Understand, we are cot asking yon to be
Here oar statement we want a chance to prove
every data, we xsako about oar clothes. Fire min
utes of yosr time at car store will convince yon.
Make Your Dollars Go Their
Limit in Actual Value Getting ,
A Berg Company Suit at $20, $25 or $30 gives yon
more than a doHar-for-doflar clothes value. Yon have
purchased clothes for years, bnt never before did yon
ever have inch opportunity of real value getting-
no store in the land can sell yon the duplicate of a
Berg Company Suit for less than $40 to $50.
SEE OUR NEW ARRIVAL of Felt
Hate for FaL Regular $650
raises.
Special
$40 TO $60 SUITS
r3is8aaaiifeifisi..
1 H.ftBtfHwl
$5.00
DRESS SHIRTS Worfc. $3, $4,
$450. Special
$2, $2,50, $3
ATHLETIC UNION SUITS Worth
$150; extra,
special
$1.00
"WALK A BLOCK AND SAVE
-THE DIFFERENCE"
AsA
FOUR SCHOOLS
OVERCROWDED;
CALL MEETING
In order to adjust th size of classes
in the city schools, superintendent A.
H. Hushey, has called a meeting of
principals to be held at 10 oclock Sat
urda morning at the Bailey school.
A number of classes are reported
over crowded, especially the Alta
Vista, Lamar, Highland Park and
Grandvlew schools. These four
schools are accomodating pupils who
will attend the Manhattan Heights
school when completed The Keall
school is reported crowded
Onlr one school, the A05, reported
a slight decrease oer lat 3 ear's en
rolment The Douglass, negro school,
was not ready for occupancy Thurs
day, and reports as to Its enrolment
will not be available until Tuesday.
The junior college to be conducted
this year in the high school building
win ojd tne last week or September,
as will the University of Texas, at
Austin The courses of studv will
follow those of the university.
lUsh School Enrolment.
There is an enrolment to date of
123 pupils in regular high school
work, apd 200 or ZOO more are ex
pected witJsJn the next few weeks,
as -all pupils have not returned from
their vacation. There are 287 pupils
in the eighth grade Books are now
being issued and lectures assigned for
Tuesday, as Monday, being Labor
day, there will be no school
An announcement has been made
for all high school boys to meet in
tle auditorium Wednesday morning
at record period, when full informa
tion will be given as to the plans of
the R. O. T. C.
HABEAS CORPUS IS DENIED
IN FERNANBO LOZANO CASE
Arguments ia habeas tvn um nm.
eeedlngs Instituted by attorneys rep
resenting Fernando Lozano were
beard Friday in federal conrt before
jndse W. R. Smith. The writ was
denied by Judge Smith on the grounds
that the ease Is In the hands of the
state conrt and the federal court has
no jurisdiction.
ijozano, who Is charged with mar
cher claims he was kidnAniwwi i
Joarez and brought to El Paso by
Cant. W. A. Simpson, of the police
department.
Judge J. F. Weeks and X. M. Win
n Ingham were the anolvinsr attrfrnevs
while assistant district attorney C. L.
Vowell and W. H. Fryer, who has been
called into the case as soecial arose.
cntlsg attorney for the stale, were
tne oojecongr attorneys.
In the writ It was charged that
Lozano had been brought into the
United States in an Illegal manner.
His release and deportation was asked
for.
DISTINGUISHED GUESTS
TO ATTEND EXPOSITION
At least three major generals will
be guests of 1 Paso and Ftort Bliss
daring the international exposition
ana csfsitu. xnese are lien. rv. a.
Holbrook. chief of cavalrr: Gen.
James A. Harboard, and Gen. Joseph
a. iJicaman, commanding tne eighth
army corps. It m expected that three
American governors and at least two
or three from Mexico will be here.
uov. w. f. nobby of Texas has writ
ten inat ne expects to be here and
replies to invitations sent to Gov.
Thomas E. Campbell of Arisona and
Got. O. A. Larrasolo of New Mexico
are expected dally, it was announced
at the chamber of commerce Friday.
GENTRY SHOWS ENLARGED
SINCE LAST IN EL PASO
Frank K. Swan, press agent 'for
uentry isros. -snow is in El paao In
advance of the show, which will ex
hibit here next Monday.
He says that performing wild ani
mals, consisting of lions, leopards,
pumas and other, species of forest
bred beasts have been added to the
shows until the title wild animal
arena has been affixed to the trade
mark of the firm.
All City Funds
Low, Report to
Mayor States
Practically every municipal fund is
exhausted, according to a statement
prepared for mayor Charles Davis by
the city auditor. While each of the
six funds shows substantial balances
at present, in. the case of only the
park Improvement fund will there
be any money left after present plans
nave oeen camea oat.
The report Is -as follows: Water
works fund, total Issue $200,009. ex
pended, )l(,WS,g, balance. J5.971.S2.
Street and alley, paving, total issue,
J10.00. expended. J26.S81.St. balance
1 4.1 is is. Hewer construction land,
total issue. J111.J:5. expended JU.
082 08. balance. J2.Sll.ig. Park im
provements and scents drive, total Is
sue. J150 0, expended. JM0.424 91,
balance, J3.S1S.. Septio tank con
struction bonds, total issue. JSS.eOO.
expended m.STJ.6. balance, JS5.12S.40.
Work already planned according
to alderman R. C Sample, will not
only exhaust the balance of the water
works fund, but nearly SUM addi
tional will be required to complete
necessary work. The additional
amount will be obtained from 'earn
ings of the water company.
Street Fond la Xow.
The street paving fund ia within
21509 of complete exhaustion, owing
to the large number of petitions
placed before the council recently. All
available moneys have been distrib
uted, and no further paving can be
done after streets already favorably
passed on have been completed, un
less additional funds are provided.
. In the sewer fund, about JIO.O has
been unassigned. and It is the plan of
the council to use this sum la con
necting mains with new houses as
they are completed.
The street improvement fnnri like
wise thas been planned for, but offi
cials (anticipate that the sum avail
able will carry the city until the be-
KiuatBg; ox me ziscai year witn less
inconvenience than in the asra nf nnv
other fnnd.
About J1J.000 of the park improve
ment fund has been unassigned.
While the septic tank construction
fund Is sufficient lo carry out neces
sary plans, the sum Is wholly inade
quate to provide the facilities needed
by El Paso for Its garbage disposal,
according to alderman W. T. Griffith.
At present the plant Is being enlarged
as city growth requires It.
CATTLEMEN MEET FN nnnnr.A!?.
DINE AND DANCE IN MEXICO
.Douglas, Arlx, Sept. J The Use
convention of the Cochise Cattle
Gravers' ivu494Imi . wtmjt .. -
day. The cattlemen were welcomed
'"jw a .c xiinton ana a mill
tary band. G. Z. Hays, of Wlllcox.
and F. S. Schneider, secretary of the
association, spoke.
Daring the session the women's
auxiliary of the association was en
tertained at a hotel. This afternoon
a tea and dance was given at the
Douglas coanjry club. The conven
tion will close tomorrow with a bar
beeue and dance at Agua Prieta. Sonera.
THE COURTS.
t DISTRICT COURT.
Jodre I. B. Price, Presldiog.
Edwin &. Sarlnr vs. Xmoceae aorta?.
divorce, petition fUed,
SMh DISTRICT COURT.
Jadce Ballard CeMmH, Fmidter.
Walter Durham vs. Aaselo densalex.
debt and seaaestratiem, rued.
I, a Alvey vs. Rath Alver. divorce, pe
titlen fUed.
Thames K. wareer vs. Mar waraer. di
verse, petition tiled.
Utb. DISTRICT COURT.
Jodire W. B. Hive, PretMbir.
C J. Gafda vs; Ooadalvpe Oercta. di
vorce, pecitioa fUed. -
TVOirr,I ItEOPBX MI.M! CASE.
Soranton. Pa, Sept. I. A commit
tee of IS was appointed by the gen
eral scale committee of the anthra
cite mine workers today to take ac
tion with a view of having the agree
ment signed yesterday by the United
Mine Workers and the operators re
opened for tne purpose of making
new demands.
ROADS IMPASSABLE.
Rain li the vicinity of Balmorhea
recently has made the roads between
there and El Paso impassable, ac
cording to information received at the
Automobile club's office at the cham
ber of commerce by Miss Buena Gilder,
secretary.
-ph. surw.
IMPORTS OF FOODSTUFFS
SHOW LARGE INCREASE
Washington. D. C. Sept. S. Food
stuffs imported into the United States
during the seven months ended with
July increased by more than J 1.500.
OM.aos 0ver the corresponding period
in IMS. while exports decreased J540.
w.vW according to department of
cuuimerce reports lor July
During the seven months period
Imports of foodstuffs totalled 12.1(7.
050.SJ6. while exports amounted to
J1.16S.0SI. TOO. For the month of
July foodstuffs Imported totalled
J22.3I, 0)1 and exports JI7S.12S.11S-
Bxports of manufactures for the
seven months amounted to J 2.4 JO. -J15.S0I
compared with SLMs.SsS.7Ie.
and imports aggregated J1.0J2.712.
698 against J518.JS5.J60. Exports of
manufactures in July totalled JJ42.
SzQrzOl and Imports 2159.eis.SSa.
Crude materials for use in manu
facturing imported during July
amounted to J1J5.7J4,71, and ex
ports to J128.8J9.S13.
LEAGUE SENDS RESOLUTIONS
DISAPPROVING JAPANESE PLAN
San Francisco. Calif, Sept. 3. Reso
lutions expressing disapproval of a
proposal that all Japanese now in the
United States tie naturalized and that
farther immigration from Japan to
this country be discontinued were
adopted and telegraphed to secretary
f state Colby by the Japanese Bx
cloatoa League of California shortly
after It had organized here yesterday.
Reports from Japanese newspaper
sources saying such a plan was under
discussion between secretary Colby
and the Japanese ambassador were
declared ysterday at the state de
partment as premature.
JAPAN INTENDS TO KEEP
TROOPS AT VLADIVOSTOK
Honolulu. T IL. Sept 3 Japan
nas aeciarea ner intention oz Keeping
troops at Vladivostok until security
of life amr-property Is guaranteed,
according to Vladivostok reports to
Tokic-, cabled to Hochf, a Japanese
language newspaper here.
Some powers are opposing further
Japanese occupation of Vladivostok.
the advices added.
PLAN PICNIC,
BALUPARADE
ON LABOR DAY
Labor day celebrations SConday will
begin with a parade through the bus
iness streets at 5 JO In the morning,
which will be followed by a picnic
and speechmaking program at Wash
ington park, and will close with a
ball In Liberty ball in the evening.
Line ef 31arcb.
The parade will start from Wyom
ing street and Mesa avenue, proceed
south on Mesa avenue to Mills street,
thence east on Mills to Stanton street,
thence south on Stanton street to
Texas street, thence east on Texas to
Camnhell street, thence south on
Campbell street to San Antonio street.
Ibence west on an iuitonio street to
El Paso street, thence north on El
Paso street to the Liberty statue,
thence from Liberty statue to Oregon
street, thence north on Oregon dtreet
to Franklin street, thence west qn
Franklin street to Santa Fe street to
Missouri street, thence east on Mis
souri street to Oregon street.
The parade will be under the guid
ance of grand marshal William T.
Griffith and assistant grand marshal
Milton C. Tracy The aids will be K.
K. Barton, of the machinists union,
and Charles S. Ward, of the Typo
graphical union. Tracy will have as
his aids F C. Standlsh, of the car
penters union, and Charles Hendrlek
son. of the bricklayers' union.
JIat of Speakers.
The speakers at the picnic will be
county attorney Will IL Pelphrey,
Rev. Rufus C Baker, pastor of the Or
chard Park Methodist church; Ken
Grover C Linn, pastor of the Govern
ment Hill Baptist church, and Curly
Crow, machinists' labor union or
ganizer. A band concert is on the afternoon
program at the park.
The general committee In charge of
the celebration follows:
Frank H. Bait, president of the Cen
tral Labor council, chairman; R. L.
Blades, of the federal employes; J.
R. Shackle, of the electricians; J. U
Hauswald. of the stereotypers asd
secretary treasurer of the Central
Labor union, and Milton C. Tracy,
chief conductor of the local division
of the conductors.
"BIRDIE" SMITH'S BOND
SET AT $10,000 BY U.S.
"Birdie" Smith, the negress. In
whose house the pistol duel between
policeman Jnne Hunt and Cruz Ortiz,
a deputy sheriff took place was held
under J10.S0O bond by United States
commissioner A. J. W. Schmid, Thurs
day afternoon.
The woman was arrested by pro
hibition agents on a charge of boot
legging. William Glannoulls. a wait
er, was the principal witness. The
man testified that he had visited the
house conducted by the negress on
south Mesa avenue on a number of
occasions and bad been sold several
drinks of whisky on each visit.
"Birdie" has been arrested by the
El Paso police, the county authori
ties and finally the federal officers
since the shooting affray. On the
two former occasions she was able
to make bond.
POLICEMAN WITH JUNE HUNT
NIGHT OF SHOOTING RESIGNS
Patrolman Albert HeroM resigned
from' the police force Friday, accord
ing to announcement of chief J. R.
Montgomery. HeroM was with pa
trolman June Hunt on the night of
the killing of Cruz Ortiz, deputy con
stable. In a gun fight in Bh-dte'
Smiths place, a negress. on south
Oregon street, and which will be made
the subject ef a police- probe by the
city council, beginning Saturday
According to chief Montgomery.
HeroM held a temporary place while
other members of the foree were tak
ing their annual vacation, and re
signed In order to enter pstvate business.
A. II. JOILXSOX IS BACK.
A. H. Johnson, city purchasing
agent, -resumed bis official duties
Friday morning after having scent
bis annual vacalton on the ranch of
A. S. Bean, a brotherlnlaw, near AUa
more, Tex. ,
Sure
Belief
6 Beu-ans
Hotiyrater
Sure Relief
If 1 1
Let Us Help You
W.. riJ,' ;n Ko- in Mn vou adiust vour aato trooWej. Obi
lock of auto accessaries and tools is complete.
Here yon w2I find Socket Wrench Self, Spark Plug Sett, Slq
Joint Plier, Wreachej, Simplex Jack, Weed Chaia Jack, Bojce
Motor Meter, Sparton Horn, Champion Spark Phj-, Bailke
Autowline, Tire Pumps and in fact eyerytiHig yoa need to keep
yoar car running right, or help yon when in trouble.
Flashlights
Yoa sfeeaM sot think of Bak
ing a trip by sight without a
ria-Uight. We've got a fine lias
of Freaca Flasher aad other
makes -for yea. Glad to have
yos esse is and inspect them.
"Make It a Habit to Buy Hardware Here."
HouseHold Hardware Co.
214 North Stanton Street. Telephone 3113.
Play Safe
hvays have a. Jetas-Jsanvf
Always have a. Jefcas-Manvfile
or a rjiw fir extJagaisaer u
a part of year car emnpcseBi.
They eat yoer fire insurance
rate, too. Setter aee Warner
lev also. They keep yoa within
the law.
Favors Death For
1500 Mutineers
Peking. China, Tuesday. Aug. iLr
Death for all of the 1U troops who
participated in the recant mutiny at
Tlngchow is favored by Gob. Chang
Tso-Lrng. inspector general. He told
The Associated Press eorresopadant
he was restrained from carrying this
punishment Into effect only by a dis
agreement with the president, who.
he said, favored shooting 2 of the
rlag leaders.
CAPT. COLONEL LEWIS IN
EL PASO ON A VISIT
.,, r.lniAl T.wt. aitai tor master
corps. V. S. army. In charge of rail
transportation for the southern de
partment, is In El Paso from his head
quarters at San Antonio, visiting his
lamlty ana meeuaar ni v .
m-a - -.. t.wIb waw former
passenger conductor and trainmaster
on the isi trmv ac muiBiii -road.
FULL line of KODAKS and KODAK
supplies at Gandara's. Adv.
Sell Liberty Bonds to Curtis Co-Adv
LEMON JUICE
FOR FRECKLES
Guts! Make beauty totion for f
a few cents Try it 1
Squeeze the Julee of two lesons late
a bottle containing three ounces ot
orchard white, shake well, and yoa
have a quarter prat or the Best rrecxia
and tan lotion, and complexion beau
trfler. at very, very small cost.
Tour grocer has the lessons and any
drug store or toilet counter will sup
nl. thrM smtcH of orchard white for
a few cents. Massage this sweetly
fragrant lotion lto the lace, neca:
arms and hands each day and see how
freckles asd blemishes disappear and
turo. ..iav nft umA rosv-white the
akin becomes. Yes! It la harmless
and nover irritates. aov.
BE LL-ANS
FOR INDIGESTION
Private Kindergarten
Adv.
"MP OF FIGS"
SL
cjpee;
Khaki Koreralk, union made. Special $3.50
75c Boys' Capt, special 50c
35c Garters, special... 20c
Silk Crusher Hats, worth ?1, special 50c
$Z59 Balbrigg&n Union Suit, cream or white,
jammer weight, in long or short sleeves $1.50
BaBwiggaE Shirts and Drawers Regular $1
Talnet, special 65c
Straw Hats .j 75c and $1.00
75e Novelty Ties 25c
50e Wash Tits 25e
SaX Cases and Travelkg Bags, regular Tames
from $250 to $750; special $1.75 to $5.00
Prettdeat Sajpenden, reg. $1.00 Take, special.. 65c
ELASTIC SEAM DRAWERS
Large stock in all sizes; regular
$1.25 Tabes; TTC
f -Jfw
special
irctSTsTO I
B uir E.OTEBLjmST. B
Saturday
65c Suspenders 35c
E. & W. Shirts, collar attached, stripes and nobby
pa&atas; regular Talae, $250; special $1.75
Mens Work Shirts, regular $2 Talue, Special
$1.25 and $150
75c Artificial Silk Hose 40c
Silk Hose, all colors, worth $150, special 75c
Pajamas, elegant makes, all sizes and colors, ,
worth up to $5.00, special $250 and $3.00
Flannel Pajamas for Fall and Winter. Regular
$5.00 values, special $350
35c Durham Brand Hose and Everlaiting Brand
Hose, all colors 25c
Work Gloves, regular $1.25 and $150 Talue,
PiaI 85cand$L00
Light weight, in plain colors or
stripes, also khaki &0
pants. Special tps
Look at tongue! Remove
poisons from stomach,
liver and "bowels
1 fog? I I
lPlhrfiU
VS''. il
nosey back witlurat qaertten
II HUNTS SALTXtaUstaUe I
treatnenl cf ITCH, xrrrrukt
EJNaKORM,TSTTE3orothCT
ltcilnr sztn diseases. Price i
ac as ararzwa, or Gireci zroa
li-Skintt ItCtUt CaUteaaJis,
AcoSDt "California" SvrUD of Pies
only look for the name California on
the package, then you are sure your
child is having the best and most
harmless laxative or physio foV the
little stomach, liver and bowels.
Children love Its delicious fruity
taste. Full directions for child's dose
on each bottl? Give It without tear.
The White Bootery
324 EAST SAN ANTONIO STREET.
Bovs' and Girls' Dependable Leather School Shoes at Special
races tor Saturday.
t
Large Boys' .-
Mahogany colored English SHOFS
shaped shoes, extra good .
leather sole, sizes 2J$ to 5$
Saturday Price
tpOOD
Mi 1
J-y
L JSt Essex
Large Girls'
Patent Mary Janes, broad toe, heavy sole,
sizes 1 to 7. eJJO AS
Saturday price , PO.TtJ
Childrens' Shoes
In Patent. 7UU Buck and Blade Kid Leath
ers, wHh and without heels, J "1 Q C
sizes 2 to 8. Saturday price. . . . P 1 eaO
Canvas Mary Janes
200 PAIKS MISSES'
Several style, good leather sole!, nearly all
sues, 8,to2 1 QC
Saturday price tpJL.IO
RENEW IT WITH A HEWITT
z
w
GUNS
FOR
RENT
Shells Cheaper Than Any Other Place in
Town.
AMMUNITION
SHOT GUN AND RIFLE
ALL CALIBRES
J. B. Wood Hardware
& Rubber Co.
Successors Sheers Hardware Co.
310 Texas Street .Phone 49.
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RENEW IT WITH A HEWITT
Cool Mornings
J These delightful, coo! morn
ings provoke a hearty appe
tite which is best satisfied
with savory toast
J Bread made from Cream
of Wheat Flour toasts
nicely and k very nutritious.
Q Cream of Wheat Flour is
manufactured an d e r the
"watchful eye of a master
miller and constantly tested
to assure uniformity.
fJOcvsn of Wheal Flouf is
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and also 98-pound sacks loiav .
At Your Grocer's Here
in El Paso and through
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