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L PASO HERALD
Monday, February 14, 1910.
Fish and Other Good Things
to Eat FOR LENT
Finnan Haddie, per lb. 25c
Smoked White Pish, per lb. 40c
Shioked Sturgeon, per lb. 60e
Boneless Cod Fish, per lb. 20c
Smoked Salmon, per lb. 40c
Bloaters, 3 for 25c
Dry Herring, each 5c
Spiced Herring, 3 for 25c
Salt Herring, 6 for 25c j
, Salmon Bellies, per lb. 25c
Pickled Salmon 25c
Extra Select Oysters,, per can 40e
Norwav Mackerel, each
10c, 15c, 40c
FANCY, EXPE AND
In Bulk, 35c
TULAEOSA EGG-S FRESH EVERY DAY
USE MERRITT BRAND BUTTER
The Only Kind That Gives Satisfaction
I Y . 1 RwiififSfl
Phone 151. 210-212
IS SOLD m EL
Jackson Grocery Co,
YFe do not supply this famous "brand of ours to any other
dealer. You can only be sure of receiving "SEAL BRAND"
genuine and fresh by buying it at their store.
Feb. 1, 1910.
NUROTE and JAP-A LAC
NU-KOTE and JAP-A LAC
Our stock Saddles, Harness, Rifles, Shotguns, Am
munition and Sporting Goods are all "Al." Call
and examine same, or write us. Mail orders given
SHELTON-PAYNE ARLVJS C.
301-303 EL PASO ST.
E. & W.
$2.00 to $3.50
!$1.50 and $2.00
$1.25 to $2.00
SEE OUR WIN
Cor. Mesa and
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Texas St. Auto 1151.
& SANBORN, Chicago.
. GLASS CO
R. L. DORBAXDT FORFEITS BOND
AXD PAYS $17.50 FIXE
R. L. Dorbandt was fined 17.50 in
justice E. fiB. McCHntock's court this
morning:, entering a plea of guilty
through his attorney, to the charge of
assault preferred by W. H. Ha-K-kin
I Iorbandt forfeited a ?5 bond in the
ponce court oaturaay on a charge of
fighting with Hawkins.
It Is said that the men quarreled
about Hawkin's automobile running
into Dorbandt's and breaking one of the
Globe Flour, bert ty test,
and the payroll la El Paso.
ECZE2IA CURED BY
Who Is there that has ever had
this terrible disease that would not
give anything they possessed to be
cured? It matters not how long you
have suffered, what you have tried,
or If every part of your body is an
Itching, burning sore, a permanent cure
awaits you. Thousands have been
cured by the use of 'Imperial Remedy."
Among them are people from every
town and village in the south.
The instant "Imperial Remedy" Is
applied you feel relieved. This prepa
ration has a pleasant odor, contains no
grease or salve and requires no band
ages. 'It is a clean liquid which pene
trates the pores, loosens the fibrous
tissues and purifies the diseased parts.
After the disease has all been driven
out the skin ls left pure, clear, soft
and white, and the trouble will never
return again. The price of Imperial
Remedy is $1 per bottle. Tour local
druggist can get it for you. If he
will not, mall us $1, and we will send
you a bottle by express, charges pre
paid Imperial Medicine Co., Houston,
si mi ft Mil is win ill phi i -bee
SS Fl Pflfl TflRFTHFR I Sale of
Oklahoma Company Wants
to Start, Enterprise in
To the chamber cf commerce of El
Paso, the Consolidated Alfalfa Milling
company, -with headquarters in Okla
homa Oity, makes a prooosition to build
an alfalfa mill in El Paso at a cost of
20,000, the mill having a capacity of 60
ton3 of dry product daily-
The newplaints w&ich this company is
building through Xew Mexico, Texas and
Oklahoma, according to vice president
John E. Miller, consist of a double mill,
two of the dryers or evaporators and
other machinery set together and oper
ated as one mill.
The mill building besides the boiler
and engine house is 40 feet by. 100 feet
and stands 18 feet to the eaves.
In 'his letter to the chamber of com
merce he says:
Asks $10,000 in Stock.
"We do not ask a bonus, nor do your
.people1 pay -us any money. Those of
your local individuals who subscribe the
required $10,000 receive therefor stock
in t'his main parent company equal to
their subscription and their stock parti
cipates in all the profits of the com
pany's extensive system of mills
throughout the countrv-
"This .whole system "of mills (30 in all
he says) is owned and operated by this
comnanv in which these subscribers hold
J stock and tihe product of all the mills is
owned, managed and sold 03 the same
j management of the company, insuring
j that the product of each mill will have
world at all times.
"The money subscribed by your local
people is paid in to any one of your
local banks, which acts as trustee for all
concerned, and when it is paid in we
also pay in to the some bank another
$10,000. making up the required $20,000
to pay for tne mill. Xone of this
money shall be checked or paid out ex
cept to the construction company UDon
receipt and delivery of machinery and
actual construction" and completion of
May Build Two Mills.
L. P. Mathews of Mathews & Dj'er,
who has also been in communication
i with Mr. Miller, says such a mill would
j give employment to about 30 people-
He also said it was his understanding
the company wanted to put in two mills
"here, one in the eastern section of the
city and one in the western, thus giving
employment to 60 men. ,
Mr." Miller also states that he is de
sirous of coming here from Xorman,
Okla,, where he is at present located,
and says another business man from
that city will come here and buy fruit
and alfalfa land while another man
worth $250,000, he says, has made up
his mind to come to El Paso and locate.
TO BE WSECKED
Graders Are ISTow Leveling
Mesa Garden in the Hill
Following the disappearance of McGin
ty "hill u: which the members of That
j famous organization used to charge, ;he
J McGinty club house on Mesa garden on
Vest .Boulevard and Rio Gcan-Je streets
is to be wrecked.
With the destruction of the club house
where band concerts were given and
where members danced and frolicked all
that will be left of the McGinty club
will be two brass cannon and many
Mesa garden which was recently pur
chased from J. J. Mundy for $50,000 is
now being graded, the hill being leveled
down and the tract will be plotted and
sold for residence property.
RAPID IVORIv ON THE M3W
HOME OP THE TOLTEC CLUB
Poking: Its stately cornice above the
skyline, the Toltec building; has taken
its place among4he highest and most
artistic buildings in the city. The beau
tiful new home of the Toltec club Is
now under roof and the work of putting
the interior finish in place is progress
DELMAR HOTEL SELLS
Following on the heels Of a month of realty activitj in the matter of sales iVj El Paso, one of the largest trans
fers was made Saturday, when Charles N. Bassett sold to J. P. O'Connor the DelmarVhotel property, on he southwest
corner of North Stanton and Franklin streets for a consideration of 533,500. The Varranty deed recorded Saturday
describes the property as the north 4 0 feet of lot 44, block S, Mills map. Sfe
Mr. O'Connor will continue to conduct the place as a rooming house and will hld it: f9r speculation, not in
tending to reconstruct it at this time. However, the business section- of the city is gradil?11 taking an eastward trend.
and it is the opinion of real estate dealers
aut a business section as Mesa avenue.
Endorse the Slogan of The
"Herald and Will Help
. " Push El Paso. '
"All Pull Together," is the slogan of
the real estate men of El Paso, and It
will bring results. The dealers are en
thusiastic over the "pull together" cam
paign, and they are desirous of seeing
It spread to the merchants as well. .
"The more land the real estate men
sell and the greater the development of
El Paso and the surrounding country
the greater trade the merchants will
have," says William Moeller.
"Get together. Why I do not believe
in anything else" remarked Felix Mar
tinez., "That means the whole thing and
success. No corporation can succeed
without getting together and staying
together, no family can succeed without
staying together anj no country can
succeed without staying together. We
were successful fa the past to the degree
that we fought petty jealousies but
when we stopped that and the people
commenced to look- to number one we
simmered down to what we are now."
Xevr Money Comiiijj In.
"Real estate business is picking up.
New money Is coming in, and it is not
now merely a swapping of dollars," said
C. J. Maple, of Maple & Co. "People are
coming In and purchasing. Our sales for
the past two weeks in city property have
been $92,600. I think this 'all pull to
gether movement is a very good thing
for El Paso."
'Get Industries." .
"Pull together and get industries here
to give the people something to do," is
the way Josephus Boggs expresses his
opinion. "We have been trading among
ourselves too much," he says.
"It is one of the best moves that could
be made," remarked Otis Coles, of A.
P. Coles & Bros. "The great trouble is
there are too many knockers for the
interest of El Paso and everybody In
generai. Customers have often remark
ed that there were more knockers In
this city than in any other they had
ever seen. It is time we were getting
together instead of cutting each oth
er's heads off."
"Need Outside Money.''
"I am heartily In favor of this 'All
pull together' movement as all real es
tate men are," said T. J. Cassidy, of Cas
sidy & Davidson. "What we need here
is outside money." ,
"It Is Great."
"It is -great" declared R. C. Hatton.
of the Hatton Realty company. "They
are pulling together in Atlanta Ga.. and
are publishing a full page add twice a
week in daily papers in the territory
tribntary to Atlanta."
Will Xot Coax to Come.
Of the pull together movement D. G.
"Xo town in the country is going to
amount to anything unless -the people
get together and work together. People
are not going to be coaxed to be let
"The Thing To Do."
"It is the thing to do by all means"
remarked W. ,H. Austin, of Austin &
Marr. "It is the duty of every agent to
boost a deal whether he gets a com
mission or not. When they do that we
will have prosperity."
For Benefit of El Paso.
"All .pull together. Work for the-benefit
of El Paso and the surrounding com
munity and not for our own interests,"
is the expression of F. M. Filler, of the
Anderson-Bennett Realty company.
"It is the best thing that could hap
pen In El Paso," say H. L. Howell,
"and it will bring speedy and everlasting
Boost El Paso.
"If the property owners of El Paso
expect to reap a harvest from their in
vestments, they must help advertise this
great city and the southwest," says
L. P. Mathews, of Mathews & Dyer.
"We have the greatest country on
earth, but we must tell the world
about it. My hobby Is boost El Paso.'.
The Best Thing.
"This 'all pull together is one of the
best things that could be done re
marked W. D. Icndsden, of Peterman
& Landsden, of Ysleta. "Each man
has been advertising his own business
and not advertising as he should. I
think it is time that we were all pull
ing together and advertising from one
end. There is much land in the upper
that Stanton street, within the course
This is tha opporfcunity to secure a stylish silk or light weight woolen dress at
less than the wholesale cost. The three 'lots following will give yon an idea of
these dresses, but, to realize just how good values they are you must come and
Silk and Wool Dresses
Worth to $16.50 for
Impossible to describe them; there are
no two alike. All the spring colors are
represented, and the dresses are trim
med in lace and ibraids.. They are worth,
wholesale, as high as $16.50; on sale as
long as they last, choice
Silk Dresses Worth to $30.00 for $14.95
This lot affords a splendid opportunity to purchase at less than cost of material a
silk dress of the newest style and highest type. The materials are messaline, foul
ard, Tula silk, soliel messaline and black and white checked taffeta. The colors are
parvo, greens, violet, yellow, tan, artichoke, blues, black and novel color combina
tions. Rich braid, heavy lace and handsome embroidery trim these dresses- There
are plenty of tunic effects in the lot. Wholesale prices range to fi Z A Q E!
$30.00; our price, beginning today, is P i. jt 7w
The Ready-to-Wear and Millinery Sections are full of
spring ideas. The Glove and Hosiery Sections offer
shades to match the new suits and hats, while the ISTeck-
wear Section is simply
and lower valleys to be developed and
that Is the best means to do it.
"People now coming into the lower
valley are buying to improve."
INTO NEW HOMES
Rio Grande and American
National to Move Dur
Bank building is booming in El Paso
month. The Rio Grande Valley Bank and
Trust company is preparing to move Into
its new skychaper home within the next
30 days. The marble for the bank
proper Is now being placed, and as soon
as the last shipment is received, the
fixtures will be installed. No definite
date has yet been set but the bank of-
I ficials expect to be doing business at
the new stand before the middle of
Chased out of its happy home by the
wreckers and builders, the American
National bank has found temporary
abode in the room to be vacated by the
Rio Grande Valley bank. The fixtures
of the Texas street bank have been pur
chased by the American iMatlonal people,
and this will be used, as the temporary
banking house of the Institution until
the new skyscraper building on San An
tonio and Oregon streets. Is ready for
occupancy. The change will be made
as soon as the Rio Grande bank, moves
Into Its new building.
Having plenty of room to do Irs bank
i il. . j hi. :
i6 Uu9Ut: xw w cUv .iuu " - ,
lease for sbc years on the building, the
First National bank officials are no.,
worrying about a site for a new bank.
It Is a "cross the bridge when we come
to it" proposition with the San Antonio
street bank and the officers at the pres
GETTIXG READY TO BUILD
i THE XEAV SCHUTZ BUILDING
The plate glass is being removed from
the front of the Schutz builamg on San
of a vF0,1 or tvr0 1VH1 t,e as imPort-
Manufacturers' Model Dresses
Silk and Wool Dresses
Worth to $22.50 for
In this lot you'll find, among others,
foulard dresses, messalane dresses, taf
feta dresses, Tula silk dresses and dress
es of soliel. They're trimmed in the
newest lace and gold combinations and
in braid. Dresses that would cost
Wholesale $22.50; now
crammed with dainty neck
Francisco street, which will be wrecked
to make room for the new Schutz build
ing, which Is to take its place. As soon
as the glass and removable woodwork
is taken out, the wreckers will start
to work on it and the excavation will be
begun for the new building.
CITY BUYS AUTO
Council Spends $5000 for a
Power Driven Fire
"Within 30 days EI Paso firemen of
the Central station will be speeding to
fires in a combination automobile hose
and chemical wagon and this will be
but the first of a series of automobile
apparatus thar"will eventually displace
the horse drawn engines.
The city council settled the matter at
a meeting this morning when the bid of
the Robinson Fire Apparatus company,
of St. Louis, Mo., was accepted. The
engine is to cost $5000 and while the
company has been granted 30 days for
delivery, H- H. Alvls, of Dallas, who
represents the manufacturers in this
state, said the machine would be here
in 10 days.
EUYI3TG FIXTURES FOR XEW
STORE FOR SILBERBERG BROS.
Silberberg Bros, will move from their
present location on San Antonio street
to the storeroom on the corner of Texas
street and Mesa avenue, which has been
Jeased by this firm. R. Sllberbersr is
now in Grand Rapids buvlntr fixtures
for the new store and the corner of the
Van Blarcom building will be remod
eled. DYNAMITE WRECKS BUILDING.
St. Louis. :vio Feb. 14. A three story
building at 660 DeJmar street was
wrecked here last night by an explos
ion of dynamite. Hundreds of guests
were thrown Into a panic. Seven sticks
of dynamite failed to ignite showing
that an attempt had been made to com
pletely destroy the building.
For El Paso and vicinifcy: Tonight
partly cloudy and warmer; Tuesday fair
For West Texas: Tonight .partly
cloudy weather, warmer; Tuesday fair,
For Xew Mexico: Tonight tJarthr
cloudy and warmer; Tuesday fair south,
itUi JL 3iJV 11V1 bU jUl (jjwtl.
On a bowl of
1 with cream or fruit.
Food fit for a king, and extraor
dinarily pleasing to other folks.
The Memory Lingers' '
Pkgs. 10c and 15c.
CJ No stomach (Jesug breathe the pleasant,
heafo-g, gam-kSliig air of rijcsoo, and cure
CATAK2E, COUGHS COLDS, CROUP.
SORE THSOAT. BROaCHTTiS. ETC.
CJ Coapfcte ootfit, kcloclbg ktidrobtcrk
haler, $1.00, on mosey-back plan. Extra
bottles, 50c Dragguts evrywlwr.
Ma3 erckst filed by
BOOTH'S HYOMEI CO., BUfFALQ, K. T.
FIRESTONE AUTOMOBILE TIRES
0. D. FBEEMA3ST
312 Mesa Ave.
EL PAD CYCLE WORKS
Her Com-oany of Artists
50c, $1.00, $1.50
.Tuesday, Feb. 15
MATINEE AT 3:15
NIGHT AT 8:20
Rice & Varley Gorgeous Production oi
A Great Musical Show; A Great Com-
. . . hildren (balcony) 50e
Njght Prices, 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1-50
ed. & Thurs. Rights
Feb. 16. 17
ONLY COLORED SHOW OF THE
20 SINGERS AND DANCERS 20
With Band and Orchestra
PARADE AT NOON
Entire Lower Floor 50c: Gallery 25c
i Entire Balcony (for coioreaj -50c
40 Cents a Pound
Mexican Kisses n
25 Cents a Pound
i la ae . j
C- S. PICKRELL, Mgr.
206 N. Oregon St. Phone 347