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"Save The Babies"
Hot sultry summer is coming with its awful
infant mortality. "Save the Babies" is the battle
cry in El Paso at the present time in the struggle to
save the delicate little lives of El Paso's future men
and women. Pure, wholesome milk, equally pure
ice and careful nursing will save the little ones dur-
i ing the coming summer.
As important as the campaign for pure milk and
pure ice for the little folks is, the crusade for pure
foods for the grownups. Diet has everything to do
with health in hot weather and in this crusade we
lead, with the only sanitary market in the southwest
where it is possible to have perfect sanitary condi
tions prevailing constantly, a refrigeration plant to
keep the meats cool and fresh, hermetically sealed
refrigerator cases to exclude the dust and germs, and
make our market the home of pure food.
Yet in spite of these sanitary conditions our
meats cost no more than the unprotected kinds.
Choice cuts from corn fed cattle only is offered to
our patrons. We insure your health during the sum
mer months by supplying only tender, wholesome
meats. The home of pure food
HL 6. SCHNEIDER
(Successor to Stetter & Schneider)
WITH JACKSON GROCERY C07
PHONE BELL 14 PHONE AUTO 1014
25 Cents a Pound
FRANK SMITH. 3IGR.
X. OREGON ST.
"We deliver Ice Cream to all parts of
Phone Bell 1000; Auto 115S
TRY DR. CHE HOxC'S VEGETABLE
hereditary debll- J
Ity .or weakness
of men. women
all Skm Diseases.
tarrh, Heart Dis
ease, Lung Trou
ble, Liver Com
plaint and Con
stipation. Female internal
tion or acute
LY CURED. Of- ;
fice 105 N. Campbell.
Bell Phone 2910.
imm MILK DRINK
PLENTY Of IT DRiMK
EL PASO PURE-MILK
There is more food value In one quart
of El Paso Pure Milk than there is In
one pound of the choicest porterhouse
steak. El Paso Pure Miiic is pure inillc.
It comes trom Inspected, contented cows,
and is treated by the most scientific
methods. Delivered to you in sterilized
El Paso Dairy Go.,
Phones: Bell 340; Auto 1150.
Office 313 X. Oresev.
ivv xh r. U1AJWA0 ukajtdv a
iUeI .AsV year JPrHRcia tor i
CfaUefaeteys BUaoed BroiA
Pills to 3e4-eaA Gold etaIlJcvJI
boxes. acaltA trifli Blue Ribbon. f
Take bo ether. Bay of yen:- .
SIAM9KB BKAXD PULLS, for 21!
yeszs known ss Best, Safest, Always Eclitbl
SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVERNKEBK
to Ellis Bldg.
110 S. Oregon
Ellis Bros. Printing Go.
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THE GREAT RAILROAD SONG
Victor Record No. 16483
Biggest Hit In Months
TJais Original Song of an Engineer and His Troubles
is sung by Billy Murray.
The Record goes on sale this niorning and You must
HEAR IT. May Records out today.
RIO GRANDE RISE
AHEAD OF SEASON
sHot Weather Causes Early
Melting of Mountain
Snow Ditches Are
The Rio Grande river at El Paso was
higher Thursday than it has been any
time this spring-. If the present rise
proves to be the annual spring freshet,
It has arrived several days in advance
of the usual time.
The reclamation service has received
advices from points along- the Rio
Grande as far as 100 miles up the
strpsm and thp. - rnnrts stt That the
' river has been "Vising steadily for the
last few days. This is atributed to the
present unusual hot weather which has
melted the snow in the mountains. The
flow was ratheT unexpected ana the
irrlgationists will be kept busy utiliz
ing the water.
Removal sale Snyder Jewelry Co.
"When you want good ice cream order
Smith's. Both phones.
Dry Shampoo Better
Than Soap and Water
(From The New Tork firanh ?.-"-
' "Once in two or three months is as
often as it is advlsab-le to wash the
hair with soap and water," says Clari
bel Montague, the beautv exnert. "The
rubbing, drying and rinsing, .together
with the action of the alkali in the
soap especially the alkali .tend to
make the hair coarse, hard and brittle.
Too much moisture, causes the hair to
become thin and lose its color.
"A simple and satisfactory dry sham
poo is made by mixing four ounces of
powdered orris root with four ounces
of "therox. Sprinkle a tablespoonful of
this mixture on trie head and brush
thoroughly through the hair once or
twice a week. That Is all there is to
It. This treatment not only keeps the
hair light, fluffy and lustrous, but
therox produces the growth of new
J. i. Sufton Company
Embossing, Engraving, Printing
328 Texas St. Bell Phone 680
An Inhalation for
Coughs, Golds, Catarrh,
Cresoleno Is a Boon to Asthmatics.
(Does it not seem more cBective to breathe in a I
rexsedy for diseases of tbo breathing organs than j
to tafce the remedy into the siomacnr j
Cresolene care3 because the air, rendered I
strongly antiseptic, is carried over the diseased i
sarface 'with every breath, giving prolonged and j
' constant treatment. It is isvalnable to mothers I
: 7itn smau cniiaren.
I For Irritated throat
there is nothing better
than Cresolene Antiseptic
Send 5c in postage
for sajiple Dottle.
I ALL DRUGGISTS.
I -Send postal for de
I scriptive Booklet.
-wu niton rstreec,
j 1 Sew York
101-103 El Paso St.
Ti "W T TS V m T sm ea
A FEELING OF SECURITY.
You naturally feel secure when you
know that the medicine you are about
to take Is absolutely pure and contains
no harmful or habit producing- drugs.
Such a medicine Is Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root, the great Kidney, Liver
and Bladder Remedy.
The same standard of purity, strength
and excellence is maintained in every
bottle of Swamp-Root.
I Swamp-Root is scientifically com-
i pounded from vegetable herbs.
I It is not a stimulant and is taken In
It is not recommended for everything-.
It is nature's gTeat helper in reliev
ing' and overcoming kidney, liver and
A sworn statement of purity Is with
every bottle of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp
Root. If you need a medicine, you should
have the best.
If you are. already convinced that
Swamp-Root is wlfait you, need, you will
find it on sale at all drug- stores in bot
tles of two sizes, fifty-cents and one
dollar. Sample Bottle of Swamp-Root Free
' by Mail.-
Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bingham-
ton, N. Y., for a sample bottle free by
mail it will convince anyone. You
will also receive a booklet of valuable
information, telling all about the kid
neys. When writing be sure and men
tibn the El Paso Daily Herald.
Also Protest at Wholesalers
Selling to Hotels and to
Members of the Retail BGrocers' as
sociation met at the chamber of com
merce "Wednesday evening and declared
their policy on three important poinds.
It was decided that members of the
association should not advertise cut
prices on standard groceries ror the
purpose of attracting people to their
"Wholesalers were urged -to protect
the retail grocers instead of allowing a
trade discount to restaurants, hotels,
saloons, and boarding houses. It was
declared that under the present ar
rangements., restaurants and boarding
houses can buy their supplies at whole
sale on as good terms as the grocers,
and such an arrangement was voted to
be unfair to the regular dealers who
have large sums invested in the busi
ness. "Wholesale produce houses were asked
to give better treatment to grocers. It
was stated tha vegetable and fruit
peddlers have been making it a pornt o
visit the markets early and securing
the pick of the offerings, leaving the
grocers to take such .stuff as remained.
A committee was appointed to take up I
this matter with the dealers in order to I
secure better treatment for the gro
cers, the committee being made up as
follows: J. G. Franklin, Joseph George,
H. P. Jackson, and James Clifford.
Another committee was named to
visit the wholesale meat and grocery
dealers, and urge them to protect the
grocers on trade discounts. This com
mittee was: D. H. Griffith, W. H. Ho
garth, J. I. Graves.
It was asserted that the association
is in no sense a combination and that
no raise in prices to the consumers is
contemplated. It was stated that if a
better buying system could be inaug
urated they would be able to sell at
lower prices. It was intimated that in
the event that satisfactory terms could
not be secured from dealers In the city
the association would resolve Itself into
a buying association and import Its own
The matter of credits was discussed
and plans formulated whereby the item
of bad accounts might be eliminated.
About 35 firms were represented, at
thie meeting and -it was stated that
practically all of the American firms
In the city, about 40, had agreed to
join the association. "W. C. "White, the
president, presided and J. G. Ingles
served as secretary.
For El Paso and vicinity: Tonight
fair; Friday fair and cooler.
For New Mexico: Tonight rfair; Fri
day fair, cooler north portion.
For west Texas: Tonight and Fri
day fair; cooler Friday except in south
River at El Paso: Height of surface
this morning above fixed zero mark,
the "toastie" flavour of those
crisp, hrown fluffy bits of food
For breakfast, luncheon or sup
per. They are fully cooked, and
can be served from the package
with cream and sometime. -Cresh
or stewed fruit
''The Memory Lingers
Pkgs. 10c. and 15c.
Postum Cereal Company, Ltd
Battle Creek, 3Iich.
TOO MUCH WATER
irrigationist From Barstow
Says Much Land Is
Watered Too Often.
Not content with 2:!flrst prizes, seven
second prizes and favorable mentions
galore, the Briggs irrigation system,
of Barstow is coming to the second
annual El Paso Fair and Exposition
with an exhibit of alfalfa that will
make the hay growers of this section
sit up and rub their eyes. That is
what S. V. Briggs, -Vhe man behind
the Briggs system, says. He Is In El
Paso this week.
From the same 20 acre tract upon
which was grown the prize winning
forage crop last year, Mr. .Briggs ex
pects to send six cuttings oz select hay
to the fair, and he says if the fair is
as late In the fall as it was last year,
he will have seven cuttings on exhi
bition. On April 17 the first cutting
was made from this tract of 20 acres,
which is farmed by Isham "Wright, but
is a part of the Brings system, and the
result was 400 bales weighing be
tween 12 and 13 tons. This was sold at
Pecos last week for $22 a ton.
There Is a reason for these splendid
crops, Mr. Briggs says. His text on
irrigation Is confined to -the one agri
cultural epigram, "use the least pos
sible quantity of water on the land. If
an excess of water is used, the water
sinks to the drainage level, if there Is
drainage on the land, and the fertility
of the soil, which rightfully belongs to
the crop, is carried off- in solution.
j If there Is no drainage the water sours.
the land and makes it cold and unpro
ductive. This is' shown by the con
dition of the cotton crops in the Peqos
valley. Cotton on our land Is looking
fine, while in some parts of our coun
try It is not yet up, as there wtis too
much water put on It."
Mr. Briggs says the fruit crop Is
going to be heavy in the Pecos val
ley and that the peach crop Is looking:
particularly fine. This Is good news
4this section since the reports from
the north and east show that the Mich
igan and other northern peach crops
are almost a total loss because of he
cold. There are 300 acres in peaches
In the valley, Mr. Briggs says.
Delicious Ice cream is the Smith kind.
Smith's ice cream is pure,
all over city.
SALE OF CINCO
DE MAYO MINE
A. J. King and Associates
Buy Rich Property
Down in Sonora.
"At last after a long and patient wait
of several years I have got once more
the great Cinco de Mayo mine from
which same ten years ago I. took out
$60 000 worth of silver," said A. J.
King last night in the St. Regis. "Many
tons of the ore I itook out ran 12,000
ounces silver a ton, ana one ton ran
21,000 ounces. I kept a constant line of
pack mules hauling the sacked ore over
the high Sierra Madre from the west
side down to the valley to the east and
hauled it thence In wagons 75 miles
to Casas Grandes for shipment by rail
"to the El Paso smelter. Nothing in those
days would pay that ran less than $100
a ton. Now conditions are all changed
and the ore can now be hauled by wagon
only 28 miles down to Ysabel on the
Nacozari railroad and snipped through
Douglas to El Paso at a nominal cost,
less than $40 a ton."
Mr. King, VT. L. Rynerson and some
associates have just returned from Her
mosillo, Sonora, where they have been
for a week with Col. Francisco Garcia
and his co-owners, who executed the
legal documents for the sale of the min
ing properties to the new company.
The consideration for the mine is
$500,000. The properties consist of 16
mines, the leading one being the Cinco
de Mayo and cover about 650 acres
of ground, at Pilares de Teras, three
miles due north of the El Tlgre mine, in
ACTIVITY IX OIL FIE.LD
REPORTED AT BIG SPRINGS.
Mrs. Wells, of Toyah, Purchases Land;
Many" Citizen 3Iake Heavy
Purchases of Claims.
Big Springs, Texas, April 28. Mrs.
B. F. "Wills, of Toyah, reports much
activity in the oil field. She has pur
chased 24 acres adjoining the wells.
Many of our citizens are purchasing
land In the Toyah oil basin and a large
number of sales have been made at
from $100 to $250 per acre.
METCALF MINE FINDS ITS
TRACK FACILITIES SHORT
Metcalf. Ariz-. A-nril 28 Th. Mmnonv
has as yefc found it impracticable to
handle its mining- timbers and supplies
for tlie store here over its own railway
on account of the insufficient yard
facilities, but the work of grading for
the tracks is being done now and the
Shannon twill soon be able to handle all
its supplies, over its own tracks."
BUD TELLS OF THE
Office Boy Knows "What He
"Writes About and He
Bud, a Herald office boy, has a
"warning for flower lovers. And cir
cumstantial evidence points that Bud
knows his subject very well. It was
Bud entered the office Thursday
morning, radiant in a smile and a
bouquet After presenting a flower to
a reporter friend he sat down before
an unoccupied desk and drummed out
the following copy:
There is a bunch of boys that girout
stealing roses every Saturday night
these boys have no exceptions of whos
roses they steal as they would just-as
leave steal them from there grammaw
as any body else last Saturday these
boys went out and got a twenty five
pound flour sack full and as they were
divldling them up there hapend to be
A Policeman come along and the kids
hade to scadder so the one that was
earring the sack got them all.
The reason the boys go out Saturday
Night is because the people are all
down town bying out the stores and
the boys do not want to be cought in
the act as they might not come home
0 la I fit HUUIw
Gladness comes with a better under
standing of the transient nature of the
many physical ills which vanish he
fore proper efforts gentle efforts
pleasant efforts rightly directed and
assisted by the pleasant laxative rem
edy Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna.
Its beneficial effects are due to the
fact that it is the one remedy which
promotes internal cleanliness without
debilitating the organs on which it
acts. To get its beneficial effects al
ways buy the genuine manufactured
by the California Fig Syrup Co.
FOR NEW BUILDINGS
Work Will Commence on the
American iSTational's ifew
Bank Realty Active.
Permits for the construction of build
ings to cost nearly $114,000 were Issued
by the building inspector "Wednesday
afternoon, showing a remarkable
amount of building under construction.
One of these permits was for the Amer
ican National bank building which Is to
The Popular is to add a second story
to the rear of its San Antonio street
building, to be used as a dressmaking
There js considerable more activity
in real estate transfers than has been
noticeable in several days and each day
the number of transfers Increase.
Northeast corner Noble and River
streets. Pierce Finley add. VT. L. Rob
inson and wife to Rosemary Buchanan
lots 9, 10 block 294, Pierce Finley add.
Consideration $3850. April 22, 1910.
Copper street between Alabama and
Louisiana avenues. Highland Park
Highlands Realty Co. to Bush Henry
lots 29, 30, block 66. Highland Park add.
Consideration $350. January 21, 1910.
Franklin J street between Buchanan
and Fisher streets. Campbell add.
Josephine Crosby to Richard Caples,
Jno. P. O'Connor and H. B. Stevens,
part of block 181 Campbell add. in con
flict withblock C, Stevens add. Con
sideration $250. December 9. 1909.
El Baso county Chas. J. Canda et al
to F. J. and F. N. Hall, survey 3 block
A, T. P. survey. Consideration $9600.
April 4, 1910.
El Paso county Chas. J. Canda et al
to J. M. "Wyatt, survey 23, township 6,
x. if. survey. Consideration
S3440. March 31, 191C
El Paso county C. TL Morehead to
Alice D. Wise, Charles and Lamar "r3a
vls flfteen-ninety-sfccths Interest in
160 acres in Survey 3, 10 miles north of
El Paso- Consideration $250. March
El Paso county C. R. Morehead to
T. lu Ely fifteen-ninety-sixths Interest
hi 160 acres in Survey 3, 10 miles north
of El Paso. Consideration $250. March
South Florence street, between 11th
and 12th streets. Campbell add Na
tlas Velarde to Nicolas Rodriguez and
Mrs. Doroteo Rico, lots 8, 9, block 12,
Campbell add. Consideration S300 De
cember i0, 190S.
South Florence street, between 11th
and 12th streets. Campbell add. Mar
cos Gomez and wife to Nicolas Rodri
guez lota 8, 9, block 12. Campbell add.
Consideration ?250. December 12, 190S.
South Florence street between 11th
and 12th streets. Campbell add. Ysabel
Lerma to F. G. Morris and Sam B. Gil
lett one-half interest In lots 8. 9, block
12, Campbell add. Consideration SI.
April 23, 1910. '
Texas street between "Walnut and
Palm streets, Bassett add. F. W. Con
ner and wife to H. L.. Howell lots 25, 26,
block 51 Bassett add. Consideration
S2000. March 4, 1910.
To Popular Dry Goods Co., to build a
second story on Popular building at
northeast corner Mesa avenue and San
Antonio street, to be -used as dressmak
ing establishment. Estimated cost
To Otto P. Kroeger to erect 7 story
bank and office building 48xll2xS0 feet
of reinforced concrete and brick, to be
occupied by American National bank at
northwest corner of San Antonio and
North Oregon streets. Estimated cost
To Miller Cigar Co., to put in new
glass front on San Antonio street be
tween Mesa avenue and Oregon street
Estimated cost S100.
To the great Texas Co. to build a 5
room brick residence 23x2Sx42 feet on
southeast corner of Hutton and Ram
part street. Estimated cost $2000.
Licensed to Wed.
c r t - -, ,-,
. M. vv ana j. u. -erskovitz.
To Mr. and Mrs. Gastnn c,i
Grama street, boy, American; April 2L
To Mr. and Mr. "
San Antonio street,
April 11, iio.
.? H13- HiIburn. of A'lamogordo, is
visiting her son and daughter. Mr. And
Mrs . M. E. Hilburn, of North CampbSlI
To Eradicate Skin Rashes
Skin rashes or redness that appear
on your face, hands, arms, le"gs, hack
or body should be treated at once wlti
Littell's Liquid Sulphur Compound. Not
only are they bad themselves, but Ec
zema often starts with these symptoms.
Unless you've had Eczema you can't
conceive of the horrible itching, burn
ing, maddening pain. Whether' you're
just at the beginning or far along In
your suffering Littell's Liquid Sulphur
Compound will stop all itching instant
ly and eradicate the disease by pene
trating the pores and killing all
cjerms. Best treatment for skin dis
eases Eczema, rashes, pimples, sores,
hives, prickly heat, etc Sample bottle
sent postpaid for 10c. Rhuma-Sulphur
o., St. Louis. Mo. i
PHONF, BELL 1 ATJTO 1001
Will be up right away.
Careful men- Beaaonable price.
116 SAir FRANCISCO ST.
WKm A jf IB !mmvA mut ft ft tk
P P'rtSSSLrZa. VKgy jyC' ;Wt-
give the freshest, choic
est and finest meats for the least possible money. A
child will get as good meat as the most particular
person. The same courteous treatment to all.
SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY
Prime rib roast, per lb. -. : 12 l-2c
Leg of Lamb, per lb 17 l-2c
Lamb Chops, per lb. 20c
Lamb stew,per lb 10c
Yeal stew, per lb 12 l-2c
Home rendered lard, bulk or in pail,
per.lb. .. . . 17 l-2c
Home made sausage. Fi'ankfurters and weiner
sausage. Kraut and pickles. Home dressed poultry.
213 N. Stanton St. Bell Phone 136.
WJB DRESS OUR OWN POULTRY.
BUILDLNTGr A ROAD
(Continued From Page One.)
some very difficult work on the grade
of the new road now building to the
mining camps in the Burros. About
five miles of the 14 between White
water and the Chemung mine, are very
difficult, he says, and after reaching
the district, to build to the other mines
the road will have some more very
Owing to the isolated condition of
the Burros, the news of the railroad
building, while rumored, has not been
confirmed here. It will mean the open
ing of a great camp and the shipment
of many tons of ore daily to the El
Paso and Silver City smelters.
A Rich DlKtrlct.
The opening of the Burro district t
probably means more to the south
west than anything since the opening
of the Bisbee or Cananea districts. The
rich ore is there, but the isolation ana
heavy hauls in the past have prevented
It being brought out at a profit-
j - Mr- Wayne says many of the com-
f fdni" ia l" jourrus are using cnurn
drills to do their development work.
both the Sa-anna and Mangus com
panies having these drills in active
in tae jiogoiion.
Mr. Wayne is no longer actively iden
tifylng himself In the Burro district?
although still Interested there finan
cially. He Is now connected with the
Ernestine company in the Mogollon
mountains. The Ernestine company is1
the consolidation of the Top and
Chance mines, the ores of which are
principally gold. "While this district 13
also somewhat remote from transporta
tion, the ores are all reduced to bullion
or high grade concentrates on the
ground that the matter of transporta-
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Simply fill out free coupon below and I
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MOD FEESH FIELD, GARDEN AKD FLOWEB
CALL ON OR
O. Q. SEETON & SON.
THIRD AND CHIHUAHUA STREETS
HAY, G-SAOT, FLOTJE AND FEED
K. TV". M VGNETOS,
C. fc J. TIRES.
WIRE OR WRITE.
Shipments made same day order received.
If It's made we have it.
THE STURGES COMPANY
JOBBERS AND DISTRIBUTORS. S23 San Aatoalo St., El Pano.
It is no secret when one
conies here for Ms
meats, that he always
comes thereafter. It's
"just the fact that we
, tlon Is not such an item as in the Bur
I ros where the ores produce metals of
He says the Ernestine company Is
doing some extensive development work
in both the Top and Chance mines.
"AJAX" is a dry cell cdy battery
generating its own electricity' without
charging in vinegar or other acids. It
helps nature cure men and women os
Debility. "Weakness. Poor Circulation,
Nervousness and all ailments due to a
lack of vigor and strength. Send t-iis
ad and get Ajax catalog showing styles
l and prices. Ajax Body Battery Co..
Dept. 4, Ajax Bldg., Los Angeles, Cal.
We have just received acoosassaaccl
of PURINA POULTRY F3KDS. Qll3
usd examine them.
are a mixture of over a dosenvarietiei
of grains and seeds. They contaia
absolutely no grit which makes
weight. They contain absolutely no
burnt nor smutty wheat. Your chick
ens will thrive upon this feed if s no
experiment, but a practical feed f off
practical poultry raisers. Ccse iai
sad && for a sample of it,
0. G. Seeion &
Son El Pas