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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 1 March 1910

L PASO HERALD Too Late To A LETTER FOR YOU. Replies sent in care or The Heraia office were awaiting the following ad- vertisers this moraine These replies should be called for not later than one week after belnc bulle tined: B. 50 a H. P. C. L. JEL E. E. E. 134 P. 175 G. K. B. G. 254 I. 35s L. W. Bagley Relinquishment Owner Hyatt Cepho Governess Flosher 64 35.3 124 148 555 3057 84 OX ARIZONA ST. S room 2 story brick south front big sacrifice. Don't wait. Go see it. No. 1027 or .will trade for good buildini HAWXHS BROS. site orN cottage A BEAUTIFUL HOME Just completed south front cement porch hardwood floors. Must be sold in 10 days. $4200. HAWKINS BROS. FOR RENT Furnished. 4 room flat hot and cold water gas and electricity. HAWKINS BROS. ON EASY TERMS (New) 9 room 2 storv house close to Hotel Dieu only 5750 down. Will rent for $60 a month. See us In a hurry if you want this. HAWKINS BROS. - WE 3IAIvE IT OUR BUSINESS to find what you want. HAWKINS BROS. "Homes Our Specialty." FOR EXC...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 1 March 1910

EL PASO HERALD 10 Home FRESH EVERY DAY These cakes are strictly home made and placed in our store fresh every day. White Nut Iayer Cake Chocolate Fig Layer Cake Caramel Layer Cake "White Fig Layer Cake Chocolate Layer Cake Price per-whole cake $1.00 Price per half cake 50 HOME MADE BREAD Large Loaf 15c ANCHOVIES IN KEGS. Just received fresh shipment of extra fine Ancho- vies in small wooden kegs. Per keg 35c. TULAROSA EGGS Direct from the Connell Banch every day. The best and -freshest eggs you can possibly get. Only 40c Per Dozen. FLORIDA GRAPE FRUIT. Extra fancy sweet and juicy. Each 10c. NEW POTATOES. These are new crop extra fancy potatoes. Per pound 12 l-2c. Phone 151. 210-212 ews- Btevitics Train Bulletin. Ail afternoon trains are reported on time. C 1 BJIIlHSrto-. 70S Magoffin. Tal. 1489 painting paperhanglng decorating. Jury Commissioners. James G. McNary W. H. Vance and George Buchanan have been appointed Jury commissioners for the March term of the 34th district court. The...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 2 March 1910

ALD El Paso Texas Inesoay Evening. AH ttie ytcrra Herald Prints It first March 2 1910-16 Pages While It's Freak. 5 Worst Floods In History Of ection Sweep Pacific Slope EL . . ; I I I 9 I Ri I a&K rco C? iinuiilu Water Overflows Great Part of Northwest Sweeping Towns and Railroads. LOSS HEAVIEST EVER EXPERIENCED Lumbermen to Meet Here Next Week for Annual Con- vention and the Hoo Hoo Cats Will Meow and Scratch for There Is to Be a Concatenation on the Roof While They Are Here. Washington and Idaho Are Suffering From Streams Swollen by Melting Snow. Seattle. Wash. March 2. Melting snow in the mountains augmented by local rains has made raging torrents of all streams in central and western "Washington and Today towns in the lowlands are facing serious floods. In the mountains the snow Is more than eight feet on the level and in some places IS feet deep. Chincok winds are malting the snow faster than the gorged streams can carry it off. Devastating Floods. The most devastating floo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 2 March 1910

El Paso's Only Exclusive Spring Coa Surprisingly Ch an It seems that our Garment Sec- tion is giving more good values this spring than any previous season. One of the hest .yet is the special for the balance of the week on Spring Coats. These Coats are made of a splendid quality of covert cloth light shades in striped patterns. They are 32 inches long three-button man tailored styles unlined and just what you want for immediate wear. The regular selling price of such coats is $8; special the balance of week at $2750 Dresses $19.50 Our Pre-Easter Special of Women's Silk Dresses at a nominal price is the biggest kind of a suc- cess. As iiis special trill be in force the balance of the week only you shouH avail yourself of the opportunity immediately. The offer comprises One-Piece Taffeta Silk Dresses also numerous Two-Piece Dresses in rajah and pongee including the Russian Romanoff long- coated and brass-button-trimmed style. Values up to $27.50; this week For $19.50 Beautiful Hair Ag...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 2 March 1910

EL PASO HERALD Wednesday March 2 1910 yster's C. O. D. Grocery Corner Kansas and Boulevard Bell Phones 823 and 844. Ind. Phone 1691. Blue Ribbon Butter 3 lbs. for $1.00 Strictly Fresh Ranch Eggs 2 doz 55c 25c I Home Made Grape Jelly 1 2 glasses for Home ilade Grape Jelly ( -J & J? per doz. glasses P J- -? 16 oz. Tea Garden Jains all Og kinds eacli rQC P. V. Maple Syrup d- OC gallon cans JJ. P. V. Maple Syrup 1-2 gallon cans SJtJK 10 oz. bottfle Queen Olives 0r only fefOC 14 tz- bottle Queen Olives 9 only 53C Beit Bulk Queen Olives OP per pint Heinze's Dill Pickles 2lf per dozen fci v 1 Heinze's Jumbo Sour Pickles. O gf per dozen t O w Heinze's Sweet Mix Pickles oer runt ! Cream of V4ieat per pkg. Dr. Price's Ali Grain Break fast .rood per pkg Enlston's Breakfast Food per pkg. Dr. Price's Food Kelloggs FIiL-P5 Vnzt Toasf.ips. wL pkgs. for di&Q National Oats largest pkg.. - p best quality each JLww Quaker Scotch Oats e p 2 nkirs. for 4mtJ Colorado Potatoes 12 lbs. for Best Dry...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 2 March 1910

1 Wednesday March 2 1910. - 1.1111'iii.u.ri i-... ... i I I i -..... lvi i mi rnniiiiiiiiiif imi m !jr" til 1 1 : &&S. lesai- S3HD EJS ?2 SF53J3 fifev SF'Sfe 1 W II IB i I a 5 Is rapidly drawing to a cloe and your opportunities to pur- chase high grade merchandise at your own price is about to become a thing of the past. For Constipation A Medicine That Does Not Cost Anything Unless it Gives Satisfactory Belief. Tf yotr' suffer from constipation in any form whatever acute or chronic. w will guarantee to supply you medi- cine that we honestly believe will ef- fect permanent relief if taken with reg- ularity and according to directions for a reasonable length of time- Should the medicine fail to benefit "you to your entire satisfaction -we promise that it sna'l "OSt you nothing. No other remedy can be compared with Rexall Orderlies for the easy pleasant and successful treatment of constipation. The active medicinal in- gredient of this remedy -which is odor- less tasteless and...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 2 March 1910

L PASO HERALD Wednesday March 2 1910. This is an exclusive feature of Regal Shoes to which we want to call the attention of everybody in this town. In addition to the usual half and full sizes Regals come in the one-quarter and three-quarter sizes in between. This gives you just double the number of iSqTof fittmgs found in other shoes and means all the VJiEGAL difference between a near-fit and an exact fit. s r?? W m & Only Regals Are Made In Quarter-Sizes $350 $400 $500 I Our Latest Models afford you exclusive custom style as well as perfect custom fit Our new Regal Oxfords are built on advance models designed by celebrated New York London and Paris bootmakers for this season's wear. Come in and try them on. Lerner Shoe Co.2? 'il FINANCIAL HNAJSTCiAL VWVVVVVWVVVVVVVVWlWVWVVVVSWbMVVVVVSi'rtVVV First National Bank United States Depository Capital and Surplus $600000.00 OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS: W. TV. TUKXEY Chairman. JOSHUA RAYXOLDS President. James G. McNary Vice-President. Walte...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 2 March 1910

EDITORIAL AND. MAGAZINE PAGE "Wednesdar. Maxell 1910 I "L PASO tbllshel April. 1S8L The El Paso Herald includes also by absorption &a4 succession The Daily News Tha Telegraph The Telegram The Trlbuna. The Graphic The Sun The Advertiser Ths Independent The Journal. The Republica"n. The Bulletin. - I i KESTBER ASSOCIATED PRESS AND A3IER. NEWSP. PUBLISHERS' ASSOC Entered at the SI Paso Poetofflce for Transmission at Second Class Rates. Ekslicavc to the service of the people that no good cause shall lack & ch&ra jsicn and that evil ohall not thrive unopposed. Business OCIcs .... Editorial Rooms Society Reporter Advertising department TERAID TKLSPHOXES. t TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. BaCy Herald per month SOc; per year $7. Weekly Herald per year $2. Tie Daily Herald is delivered by carriers in El Paso. East El Paso Fort Silas and Towne Texas and Ciudad Juarez Mexico at 60 cents a month. A subscriber desiring: the addreea on his paper changed will pleas s&t t his communication b...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 2 March 1910

EL PASO HERAIJ) Wednesday March 2 1910. The only way to cure Contagious Blood Poison is to REMOVE its cause. Trying to kill the germs within the system or counteract disease cells in the blood with powerful mineral medicines not only results in failure but also weakens the more delicate and vital tissues and allows the original trouble to attack other portions of the body. It is solely on the principle of removing the cause by purifying the blood that S. S. S. cures Contagious Blood Poison and it does this because it is the most perfect and thorough of all blood remedies. It does not work on the principle of killing one poison by taking another or trying to dry up the germs in the blood but it cleanses the circula- tion and REMOVES the last vestige of the contagious infection. Contagious Blood Poison is the most insidious of all diseases. It begins in an insignificant manner usually the appearance of a tiny pimple or sore being the only outward evidence of its presence. But down in ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 2 March 1910

Wednesday -March 2 1910. UJ. Happy 'artier nii'Ve airs Circles JE b. B& x JE V I f mm v ( rJFL mt liSMffir mil wlfife? tome - W Minnie I IB I Ji Mens' f if r is ?. i. jfc. r I I x ' u 1lt' .V I 11 iff I mz: B I ' I " .K 1 V UE Spring Shoes are now on Dress Parade and would be pleased to re- eeive a call from You. This will be our Opening Week and Ave shall take the greatest pleasure in showing the season's choicest shoes to all callers. The new styles are so haridsome that every man or woman that appreciates Good Shoes cannot help but be interested in qur splendid showing. Perhaps you'll see just the sort of shoes or handsome Oxfords Ties or Slippers you'll enjoy wearing a little later and so we request you to toe Festival You needn't think of buying but look and ask for any information you de- sire about shoe styles and values. We're sure you'll be well repaid for your visit. Be sure to come ! Lo-Ve yoti Dearly t By Justin Huntly McCarthy. I Ioc yoa denrlj O my -sweet: Although...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 2 March 1910

DA Q ' ft! "VI 5 H " "Wednesday March 2 1910. "3L.k-2 JJEj-Oi. r "3 7 TT 1 k .. fer" i 'iwrTi - 'A ?'&... -SbSIp jt"S?! -3SF $? NRICHED With this season's choicest goods rM if ' T mrfM I lln extends a hearty and sincere invitation XH .y-'JIVi-!? I wAlwiJj Snrine Qnenins of Women s Ready-to-Wear and Mil rVA V 'ft day. Friday and Saturday of this week. .UJU .L-C X U2 ?. fAe Boston Store bids you welcome to everyone to attend our Magnificent linery which occurs Thurs- In keeping with our custom we hare prepared a series of OPENING SPE- CIALS for these opening days. Every item carries a substantial saving to you. Every department of The Boston Store will participate in this value-giving carnival. These offerings should estab- lish new selling records at this store. fOAE OF LOW FRIC22S- - KSi 6&18 . Overland St The world's choicest markets have con- tributed their proudest productions to this showing. Our Ready-to-Wear and Millinery Sections sare illumined with the cleverest crea...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 2 March 1910

EL PASO HERALD ID Wednesday March 2 1910. I I : ' ' ' mi" "' ' ammm H lil nillll II ll&il CLIUI i vJuLlC li W v9 ML. MIL. JBk wv ML ML Mk. JMk M. J& J& w w ML. v&fw w k 1 IfeF v 4& 1 1 Which ended Monday was exceedingly successful from two points of view- we got the needed money and our customers secured the Furniture Bargains of their lives. Rirff-llf Itfrtlir we fin( niany left overs in the way of odd Dressers 111 1 IlUW Chiffoniers Extension Tables Chairs and Rockers which must be sold. We offer during the next few days ALL ODD PIECES AT COST and some BELOW COST FOR CASH. Come and make us a price. This is another opportunity to secure some MORE REAL BARGAINS while we are completing our reorganization. No We Business - Don't you believe it when you are told by the misinformed that we are going out of business. We are planning and reorganizing in order to have the most complete and up to the. minute Furniture and Carpet bouse in the Southwest. IN THE MEANTIME We...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 2 March 1910

0 HERAUD AVcdnesdav March 2 1910. 11. All Buggy Whips e Like to Start SATURDAY at 25 per cent Less Th an Actual Cost Your Last etail Stor New Buildings Are Going up to Accommodate Increased Attendance Students Are There to Work and Not to Play Many Successful Experiments Con- 6ducted American Methods Employed. ET IBHHIIHIHIHIHBHBHIHHHd Scissors Pocket p Knives and zr Carving Sets Zr at Your Zr Own zr Price p w CT 3 1 You With I Phenomenal Values I K is J Is I R The Big Money Saving Event Positively Ends Saturday i J "Next Saturda7- eveiiuig we will close the doors of our retail store located at 110 S. Oregon street and the store will not be reopeiied. We have decided to devote all our attention to the jobbing trade and you can buy granite ware tinware all kinds of cooking uten- sils building and shelf hardware at a big discount. Remember After Saturday the Opportunity is Past $3.00 Savory Turkey Roaster QP while they test only OOC 2 qt. Granite Coffee Pot. 50c P value on sale this w...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 2 March 1910

12 Wednesday. March 2 1910. -.. CM. A El HERE COf-lES WELL-SOHNV. V I . p-w -rvir ARE VOO I fHAVEH'T ( mLtW)5-THE: SAVING VOUR L MirKFl fHA-HEREl A HPikK M AFRAID TO LOOK I ALL GIVE YOU DOU.AF SOMEONE. AIT FOR FEAR IT J j A pUARTER FOR 1 LOST-INFEOIT MIGHT BE v S llT-WiTHOUT jMFz vq' My?yy Jf?T i KEEP THE ' j fpUjGGED-BN'l HE PU.AVED A 5HRP PUART-EJR-VOUj j UOLi i (JTRICKOH ME-HE1 KXOWyg ' V - xOlOH'r FIMD fr C0PYW6HT. 1310. Y THE MEW CliLugs Lost and Found; Personals and Public Notices l Oat War. Se A. Le Tfcm 3S. LOST FOUND. Klve the loner tfce ame pafellcitr yea vreHli expect ka the Ibm feeea yeHrs. LOST Man's gold watch somewhere on Mesa Ave. or near postoffice. Finder please return to Herald office. Reward. IF YOU LOSE ANYTHING advertise It here. It will be returned to you If an honest person finds it. Remarkable re- ceverles are brought about every dy through this column. IF THOS. C. MORGAN will aaaress a- 360. El Paso Herald giving aauj "- will learn something important. Help...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 2 March 1910

iir Wednesday Mareli 2 1910- JUf F.OR SALE RAL ESTATE. DAADV 4 R003I COTTAGE IX SUN- SET HEIGHTS CLOSE IX. FOR OM-Y ?:riOO. A BEAUTY: WORTH MUCH MORE. THIS IS ' WALKIXG DIS- TANCE FR02I THE BUSINESS CEX- TEIC TERMS. II. L. HO WELL HEItVLD BLDG. FOUR ROOM O.V WYOMING ST. MODERN COXY COTTAGE ON A PAVED STREET WITH SIDEWALKS AND FENCES ALL IN- PRICE ONLY $2S00. $2.0 CASH 3ALAXCE MONTH- LY. A GOOD CHANCE FOR SOME THRIFTY YOUNG COUPLE TO GETA HOME ON EASY TERMS. H- L. HOWELL HERALD BLDG. CHIHUAHUA ST. NEAR W. SAN ANTOXIO THIS WILL BE WORTH iHG 3IOXEY "WHEN THE STREET GOES THROrGIL 5n FEET EAST FRONTAGE. ONLY BLOCK AND HALF FROM W. SAN ANTONIO; 3 BLOCKS KR03I THE BUSINESS CENTER PRICE S3S00; EASY TERMS. WILL DOLBLE IN VLUE. H. L. HOWELL HERALD BLDG. FIVE ROOM RED PRESSED BRICK COTTAGE ON A 40 FOOT COR- NER ON ARIZONA. THE ROOMS ARE LARGER THAN AVERAGE. HAS FINE OAK MANTEL. LARGE 3ATH ROOM ALL STRICTLY MODERN. PRICE $.T00 ON VERY GOOD TERMS. A JOOD BUY. H. L. HOWELL HERALD BLDG. A 6 ROOM A...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 2 March 1910

L PASO .HERALD 14 Wednesday Mardi 2 1910. EXAMINE OUR WORK You Will Find It Perfect During March We Will Make a Specialty of Cast Aluminum. Plates The- are the lightest yet. FIT BETTER FEEL BETTER WEAR BETTER Come in and let us explain them to yon. Remember we are the only Dentists in El Paso that make a specialty of Plate Work. He Goes About His Work in a Business Manner and . Makes It a Business. Drs. 'A iL Tjv &v JL-a WE DON'T WORK FOR NEGROES References Ask Anyone. Our 9th Year in El Paso PLAZA BLOCK cian until the trouble -was so far de- veloped th2t all that could be done was of no avail. Deceased was 23 years old the eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Y. Wadlington of 901 Nevada street. Born and reared in El Paso he graduated from the El vPasp high school in the spring of 1906 Utand snpnt. bhe itwn following vears at enrployed as stenographer at he . . r nf Tpvri -tr. .-. terest and aibilit valong mechanical lines MRS. K L. POWELL DIES SUDDENLY Coroner MeClintock Called But Do...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 2 March 1910

EL PASO HERALD Wednesday March 2 1910. 15 sporting sews. KHHHHHHIBHHHinHHHHHHHIBS9HHHHH9IHBHIHiHHHHHflHHHHH9HHHHHIHKnHHHHH - m t k uHuIUd LludUl if - sssgiifWfe Qniirnnir oven I i -asfsSBHflw down WilSliis&te 1 Bebelama Colony The Paradise of the Pacific BMMB g M8W Best Irrigated Area The Infernsifiona! Realty Oempany of Bexices Gify has bought and offers for sale 66.000 acres of the choicest River bottom alluvium at "Bebelama" State of Sinaloa Mexico. Abundant water from tihe Sinaloa River is delivered to each purchaser at the highest point on his land. Land also fronts on. ocean shore and two harbors afford facilities for ocean transportation by coasting steamers. Everything that one can expect to raise in tliis latitude can be grown profitably here. Three crops of some kinds if desired and alfalfa about ten cuttings. Climate is ideal. Trade wind tempers summer heat while nearness to ocean prevents frost and mean range of temperature is but 30 degrees 60 to 90 degrees Fahrenhe...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 2 March 1910

EL PASO HERALD 16 Wednesday March 2 1910. Introductory Home Made CAKES prin Hose H PIP? JmS15KI15 These 'cakes are strictly home made and placed in our store fresh every day. White Nut Layer Cake Chocolate Fig Layer Cake Caramel Layer Cake "Vnite Fig Layer Cake Chocolate Layer Cake Price per whole cake $1.00 Price per half cake 50 HOME MADE BREAD Large Loaf 15c The ANCHOVIES IN KEGS. Just received fresh shipment of extra fine Ancho- vies in small wooden kegs. Per keg 35c. TULAROSA EGGS Direct from the Connell Ranch every day. best and freshest eggs you can possibiy get. Only 40c Per Dozen. FLORIDA GRAPE FRUIT. Extra fancv sweet and juicv. Each 10c. NEW POTATOES. These are new crop extra fancy potatoes pound 12 l-2c. Per I -i il ftfll? W4l liYd&Y4 mMjM.JLmJtlkJLmdiimM l 'A!l if 1 W I Phone 151 210-212 Texas St. Auto 1151. I lillli IB Kww-flBflSiB flBflHHHnk o: ' S3 lillll wf viVAH III III i Su EsKSMflflMflflBiK &9 86 wflVflWI iliillll I Children's . a "We are now showing ever...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 3 March 1910

OPaso Texas Tiiursclay Evening March 3 1910-10 Pages sa Bi Bm . m I a 1 w flu i . . Rm m am. n m "f I X F F ft 1 f fill T (f itnrn piti 11 in n qSHI iA hi i This Will Complete All Ex- isting Projects and As- sures Elephant Butte. HOUSE EXPECTED TO PASS MEASURE It Will Then Become a Law and All Projects Approved Can Be Constructed. CALENDAR 3fO. 233. GlKt Congress -ad Session. S. 5705. (Report No. 222.) A BILL. Te aathorize the isnne and sale of cer- tificates of Indebtedness agralast the reclamation fund." BIT 3IR. CARTER. Janaary 2-J 1910 Read twice and re- ferred t tfce committee on Irrigation aad reclamation of arid lands . Febraary 14 1910 Reported with amendments. March 2 Paused by the senate. Standing' at the head of the senate bill -which "will become one of the most Important documents in the history of El Paso and the southwest the black im- pression of the cold type will always be written red on the pages of El Paso's history. Eventful Day. On the anniversary of the day wh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 3 March 1910

Special For Iq making jour purchases for Saturday Sunday and the fore part of next week remember to visit our market and -you can make a considerable saving. For Saturday only we will offer the best meats at very inducing prices. A Few bf the Specials Home Made Lard on Sale Saturday rer lb Veal Stew on special saie aaiuru j g g per lb ; Ue Mutton Stew a Saturday special at only rt per lb O W Corned Beef will'sell. Saturday for f ( per lb .-.....-. lC Leg of Mutton Saturday value only g? per lb AwC Chuck Roast or Steak 3 lbs. for only Stetf er & (WITH JACKSON Phones: Bell 14: Auto 1014. MHSBaMaOBBMH TWO GIRLS ARE HURT IK" AUTO (Continued from Pagre One.) see may recover but another has ex- pressed the opinion that he does not see horr she can set vrell. This morning1 she -was suffering1 from hemorrhages and blood flowed from her ears. Burt's Storr. Tj. C Burt who- lives about 275 feet east of the point -where the accident occurred on the north side of the road said: "I -was stand...

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