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EL PASO HERALD
Thursday, July 7, 1910.
More of the vital part of the grain and thorough
Through the demonstration of these principals,
thousands have been educated to the proper Mud
of food and the proper way of eating it. Educator
crackers are hard, to induce- proper mastication
and of entire cereals to get full food value. We
have the following assortment FRESH.
Oat Meal, per box '. . . .25c
Bran, per box 30c
The Fruited, per box 30c
Golden Maize, per box ... .- 25c
Graham, per box :.-.. 25c
Barley, per box ". . .25c
Entire Wheat, per box r : 25c
Toasteretts, per box 25c
Rye, per box - 25c
Baby Educators, per box; 25c
Globe Mill Uses Good Wheat
and Has Never Had to
New Picture Of Mighty Hunter
Tularosa Dressed Chickens
Preserving Plums and Cherries
Fancy Apricots and Currants
1 Phone 15L 2-10-212 Texas St Auto 1151.
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El Paso School
Upper intermediate, full ilgh school, and ad
vanced elective courses. Theory, practice
and appreciation of music under the best
instructor. Resident director of physical
training and outdoor sports.
MISS SLATER 3IISS TAPEL, Principals.
B20 Prospect Ave. EI Paso, Texas.
Why Not Use the Phone
SK k Tiltphone Directory of
Milk EI Paso
tiifPF Merchants .
Who Arlake Prompt Responses
EL PASQ TBUKK FACTORY
Bell Trunks, Bags and Leather Goods Auto.
1034 Made, Repaired and Exchanged. 1965
We store goods. Opp. Postoffice, across Plaza
The decision in the case of the gov
ernment is. the Lexington Mill and
elevator company, of Lexington, Neb.,
which was handed down at Kansas City
last night, finding the defendants guilty
of violating the pure food laws by
bleaching and mlsDranding flour, came
as no surprise to a large number of the
millers throughout the country.
"We have never bleached our floor."
said Claiborne Adams, of the Globe
Mills, to a HeraSd representative today.
"The only advantage dn bleaching flour
is to take a fair grade 01 wneai ana
make flour which has the appearance
of flour made from the finest wheat.
"Here is the flour we make," he said,
displaying some in his hand, "which is
not bleached, made from No. 2 wheat,
and it is good enough for anybody."' It
had the appearance of being perfectly
white but when compared with a piece
of white paper, the flour was of a light
'A number of millers have contin
ued making bleached flour, pending the
decision, but we- have never bleached our
frtour, because from the .start we used
good wheat and jit was not necessary to
bleach it In order to give it a white
appearance," said Mr. Adams.
"Further, the statement that the de
cision would cost the farmers of the
southwest many thousands of dollars,
is certainly a mistake, because there
will be a larger demand lor better
wheat and the poor wheat will make
very poor flour and it will be sold at a
much reduced price. The amount the
farmej- loses on his wheat will more
than "be made up by the difference in
price to the people who buy flour."
EXCAVATIONS BEGIX FOR
iriir ttt 4 niwr. GC.l"l7.n KVSTCTf.
Excavations for the Juarez sewerage
system, the first for the ancfient city,
j Is well underway, and Juarez is all cut
up aooui it. j. ne uiiee ynu'iiii succw
i are ditched and half covered with earth.
The work is progressing rapidly, as
I suring that the street paving Is soon to
I follow. "Work on the municipal -palnce
will soon begin, jefe politico Portillo
already investigating building mater
ials and formulas of construction.
SOL03IO:WILLE LOCAL NEWS.
Solomonville, Ariz., July 7. Mr. and
Mrs. Ph. Freudenthal and sons, Louis
and Bernard, have returned from In
dian hot springs.
C. B. Wilson, of Patagonia. Ariz., has
been visiting,- with his brother, W. A.
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For Friday we have arranged some specials in the
Ready-to-Wear section that are most unusual. In
fact, our Clearance Sale values in Ready-to-Wear are
recognized as the best that are now being offered in
Boys' Underwear 25c Per Garment
'Fine Derby ribbed Undershirts and Drawers,
light weight for summer wear: fine finished gar
ments, reinforced all over, neatly trimmed; are
unusually good value. July Clearance special,
25c Per Garment
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An unpublished picture of Theodore Rooeelr, former prisident of the
United State4, who recently returned to New York from his African hunt and
a tour of European capitals, lasting 15 month. Mr. Roosevelt was deeply
ohagrrined at his first' defeat upon returning to politics. He recently rrntt
converted by governor Hughes to endorse the Cobb direct primary measure
hut the legislature at Albany defeated It. Mr. Roosevelt is now at his Saga
more Hill home and will confer -irlth the insurgents In the near future.
Bomb for An Auto.
Goshen, N. Y., July 7. A dynamite
cartridge hanging from a tree at a
hcicrht where a covered automobile
I would strike and probably explode it,
was found above the road over which
the Harriman automobiles travel. The
late E. H. Harriman, his wife and
daughters have always been popular
In Oransre county, and there is no exnla-
nation for "what appears an alarming
piece of malice.
SOS & 625
A. E. RYAN & CO.
OPEN AIL NIGHT.
212 SAN ANTONIO ST.
BURTON-LINGO CO., FIRST & KANSAS STS-,
BELL 50; AUTO 1050
ELa s 0 iii
Residence Awnings, Curtains, Etc. "Everything That's Canvas."
All Work Guaranteed and at a Cheaper Price.
Ben 769 L
C C KEIFER
208 S. EL PASO ST.
Friday Is Remnant Day
Remnants of all kinds tomorrow at
about half their real value. : : :
Embroidery Remnants will also be
offered at considerably less than
regular prices. : : : : : : :
J.CaliabsrDrjrGcods Co fTinn.mfl'
CHILDREN WHO ARE SICKLY
Mothers who value their own com
fort and the, welfare of their children,
should never be without a box of
Mother Gray's Sweet Powders for Chil
dren, for use throughout the reason.
They break up Colds, cure Feverish-1
ness. Constipation, Teething Disorders,
Headache and Stomach Troubles. J
THESE POWDERS NEVER FAIL. Sold
by all Drug Stores, 25 a Don't accept !
nny ,nhstitntc. A trial package will j
be sent FREE to any mother who will
address Allen S. Olmsted. Le Roy, N. Y.
Las Cruces, X. 31., July 7. The books of the United States land office at
Las Cruces show that 124,319 acres of land have been entered durlnjr the
year ending June 30, apportioned In the six counties composing the district as
Dona Ann, 234C acres? Grant, 25,770 acres; Luna, 40,1)01 acres; Otero, 4S4S
acres; Sierra, 3037 acres, and Socorro 37,521 acres.
There remains In the district unappropriated and unreserved a total of
13,5S5,S!1 acre-, the most. of which Is grazing, mountainous lands, distributed
among the counties as follows:
County . Surveyed.
Dona Ann 1,S37,0S4
Grant . 1,247,654
Otero ". .".,. T......... 872,772
Sierra .... . . 1,072,003
Awning Shades and Curtains
For Residence and Business Houses.
Tent and Camp Supplies.
EL PASO TENT AND AWNING CO.
Ifs i ICE CREA1 US
Smith Ice Cream Co. .
"FAMILY ORDERS PROMPTLY DELIVERED.
Beuao , CARR DRUG C
202 Texas St.
SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS AND DENTAL SUPPLIES.
GENERAL TRANSFER, STORAGE AND MOVING
AT SODA FOUNTAINS OR ELSEWHERE
Original aa Genuine
Totals 1 . . . 0,070,431
WCH MILK, HALT fiRAlN EXTRACT. IN POWDER
Not in any Milk Trust
sist on "HORLICK'S"
Take a. acLais hasam
Mottled and pi I3QEiEjrC t Dry Pressed Stock
Fire Brick bLl J BBlIVf WU? h and Wire Cut ,Brick
HOLLOW BLOCK AND PARTITION TILE; ALL SIZES
P. 0. Box 136. Prompt Delivery
HACK and BACQAQE
"Will be up right away." L0NGWELL1S TRANSFER
116 to 120 San Francisco St Careful Men.
Bell 1 Auto 1001
BAGGAGE and (V80VIN6
"We're there in just a minute." Storage and Packing by careful men at right price.
BELL 1054. ODOM'S TRANSFER. . AUTO 1966
sole agent for THjB EASY RUNNING WHITE
Also Supplies for Any Make Sewing Machine. Also House Furnishings
HI QTITW ADT CASE 0R credit
Lf. 3 1 11 ff LR 1 Bell 632, Auto .2106. 310 Stanton St
RETAIL GROCERIES WHOLESALE
Mail Orders Given Prompt and Special Attention.
CLIFFORD BROS. 307-309 E. Overland St.
EL PASO SHEET gETL W0HKS
321 Texas Street
"Let us give you an estimate."
Secret, Prompt, and Accurate. Efficient Service. Reasonable Rates.
SING 1362, CONTRACT DEPT.
We would like to
have you see our
Before buying your
Commissioners at Las Cruces
Las Cruces, X. M., July ".. The board
of county commissioners lias been in
session since Tuesday adjusfing- the as
sessments on all real and personal
property. The grand total of all tax
able property in the county, for the year
1909 was 3,486.509.00. The grand total
for 1910 Is 3,455,795.45 showing a loss
In taxable property of. $30,714.55. The
loss Is attributed largely to the de
cline of the cattle Interests. Thousands
of head of cattle ha'e been taken to
other pastures and thousands have been
soid for market.
On Wednesday afternoon the board
took the first step tOTvard making the
territory a state, appointing boards of
registration for the 20 precincts of the
county. These boards of registrations
will meet every Saturday during July
and August. Dona Ana county is en
titled to four delegates.
DONA ANA COUNTY'S . FEWEL "SKYSCRAPER"
PROPERTY DECREASES TO HAVE A BASEMENT
Complete Change in Build
ing Plans Effected A
Erratum An awful mistake, hns honn
j made. Maj. Fewel's building, the much
talked of Fowel "skyscraper," is to be
two stories high instead of one. This
announcement was made Wednesday
afternoon by no' less a personage than
the Pickwickian major himself. In
stead of being all of one story, which
was going some for skyscrapers, the
Fewel building- is to be two complete
stories one above ground and the oth
er below ground, the first floor being
a kind of a mezzanine attachment to
the basement floor, as it were. It is
also rumored that a life sat-Ing station
is to occupy the. comer room in the
READY FOR FIXTURES
The second floor of the Popular store
is now completed and ready for the
store fixtures- The partitions have all
been removed from the second floor of
the Masonic temple building. The cell
ing has been replastered and the1- col
umns set. The entire floor, with the
exception of the Scottish Rite clubroom
and the blue lodge room, will be occu
pied by the Popular with. Its ready to
wear and children's departments.
LONE STAR COMPANY
EFFECTS TWO SALES
The Lone Star Land company made
two sales Wednesday. One was the
sale of a lot and a half on Montana
street to J. B. Clark and Fred Clark.
The price paid was $1200. The prop
erty is located in the Cotton addition.
The other sale was to E. A. Moss and
consists of two lots, on North Camp- j
Den street ror $1500. Jir. Moss will
erect a modern residence building on
ROSWE1L POLITICIANS PIiAX
FOR DELEGATE ELECTION
All Parties Represented; EasiHe Hense
ob Farm Burns; Old Resldeat Dies
Roswell, N. Mv, July 7 The Demo
crats of Roswell are trying- to get to
gether and agree on delegates to the
constitutional convention. The 'Social
ists have met and organized a county
central committee and will elect dele
gates. The Republicans are also plan
ing to elect delegates to the convention.
The gasoline engine house on R. S.
Cook's farm, two miles from Roswell,
burned to the gTOund- The pumping
plant and tools were badly damaged.
Col. A- E. Page, 78 years old, who
came to Roswell from Appleton City
15 years ago, is dead at Pomona, Cal.
LAS CRUCES LOCAL XEAVS.
L.as Cruces, X. M., July 7. Mr. and
Mrs- Henry IStoes and children " left
Wednesday for a month's vacation at
J. H. HIgden of Mesilla is doing cleri
cal work in the office of the Sunshine
Mrs. F. H. Marshall and daughter have
gone to Pasadena. They expect to re
turn to Silver City for the winter.
J. H. Stevens, the Mesilla Park repre
sentative of the produce exchange, is
Pedro Gomez, the boy who was
wounded in the hip by a blank cart
ridge from a toy pistol is improving.
One warranty deed was recorded Wed
nesday, Wm. Moeller and others selling
to Glen Upshaw, lots 11 and 12 in block
2 of A&tura Park addition. Considera
L. E. Ruble is in El Paso today.
Will Build $100,000 New
Store at Stanton and
The J. Calisher Realty coxnpany, with
a capital stock of $250,000, has been
organized, the articles of incorporation
have boon filed and the charter granted,
states judge P. F. Edwards, attorney for
the comoany. The Calisher Realty com
pany is the holding- company which has
a ektonevr cmfw cmfwv unhrldn rmfirv
taken over the Stanton and Texas street
site of the new Calisher building and
will erect a new $100,000 department
store on it. The qfficers of the corpor
ation are J. Calisher, president, J. U.
Northman, vice president, and M. Cal
POUR FOOTINGS FOR
, MILLS SEY"SCRAPER
More than half the footings of the
big Mills building have been poured
and the concrete crew is at work on
the remaining half of the columns
which are to support the 12 story build
ing. As soon as these footings are done
The walls of the first floor will be
started and the skyscraper will begin
to take a definite form.
Office Chief Quartermaster, Dqnver,
Colo., July 2nd., 1910. Sealed proposals
in triplicate will be received here and at
office of the Quartermaster at each post
named below, until 11 a. m., August 2nd,
1910, for furnishing Corn, Oats, Bran,
Hay and Straw or bedding Hay, required
during the fiscal year ending June 30th,
1911, at Forts apache, Huachuca and
"Whipple Barracks, Arizona; Fort Logan
and Denver, Colorado; Forts Bayard
and Wingate. New Mexico; and Forts
Douglas and Duchesne, Utah. Infor
mation furnished on application here
or at offices of respective post quarter
masters. Envelopes to be marked ' Pro
posals for f oragexand straw at
II. B. Chamberliuj Captain and Quarter
master, in Charga.
Chamberlain's Stomach and Livor Ta o- I
lets jrently stimulate the liver and J
bowels to expel poisonous matter, j
cleanse the system, cure constipation j
and sick headache. Sold by all dealers.
HARNESS RACE AT MARFA;
PERSONAL NEWS NOTES
irarfav Tex., July S.Ben Pruetfs
sorrel horse won first prize in the free-for-all
race here. In the cow pony
sweepstake, Jap Bishorp's little broTrn
mare won first money and Oliver Bil
ingsley's bay horse and Dr. Looke'3
black "tied for second.
3Ess Ruby Henderpon, a niece of Mrs.
John Livingston, has gone to Valentine
to visit with Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Mabiy.
Miss Grace Greenwood of Lulinff. Tex.,
is here visiting her cousin, Mrs. W. H.
TRY TEES LIQUID IE5
YOU HAVE ECZEMA
Thousands of people throughout
Texas and the South have been perma
nently cured by Imperial Bcsesrt
The product Is & nice, cles. llotdL
made from such well-known antiseptlea
as wlntergreen, carbolic acid, chloral
hydrate, etc The liquid peaetratea the
skin, opens the pores, goes dowfi to the
very roots of the trouble and purifies
the diseased parts. It Immediately
stops all itching and pain, you feel
soothed and refreshed. It soon leaves
the skin perfectly normal, pure, sots
and white, and the trouble will neve
If your druggist hasn't Imperial Ee
zema Remedy in stock and will not jgret
it for you, mail us ?land we will seaJ
you a bottle by express, charges pre
paid. Imperial Medicine Co., Houston.
LAS CRUCES HOTEL ARRIVALS. i
Las Cruces, X. M., July 7. The fol
lowing guets tare registered at hotel
Don Barnardo: J. A. Root. El Paso; J.
M. Hoy, Rincon; C. L. Buckhert, El
Paso: L. Lewkowitz, Denver; W. D. Tip
ton. Tularosa; Carl D. Tipton, El Paso;
J. H. Wagner, El Paso; L. Clapp, Hatch;
J. D. .Soper, Chicago; Wm. Palmer, jr.;
Rincon; W. L. Follett anil wife. El Paso; I
B. P. Gonzalez, Las Vegas.
Park hotel: W. L. Wollett, Waco,
Texas, W. M. Johnson, Hamden, Texas.
Work has been started on the exten
sion of the Brjan Bros.' room on San
Antonio street. The partition wall be
tween the present store and the cigar
store adjoining it on the east is being
torn away and the two rooms made
Into one large salesroom.
Regular SO Cents
25 Cents a Pound
C. S. PICKRELL, Mgr.
N. Oregon St. Phone 347
CHEAPER THAN WHITE LEAD AND OIL
Tuttle's Imperial is a high-grade paint and at
$1.80 per gallon is much cheaper than paint can be
made from Lead and Oil.
Tattle Paint Gkss Co.
See Us or Write for Prices on
Hammocks, Water NBags, Tents, Cots, Durham
and anything in the
Saddlery or Sporting Goods Line.
SHELTON-PAYNE ARMS CO.