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'JjIJJJ Thursday, July 7, 1910. News Of the Great Southwest
News Of the Great Southwest
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A Head of
His Individuality Made Him
the Terror of the Tory
Here is a cigarette of individuality
are made of the splendid tobacco that grows In
the fertile fields of the Piedmont District
Pictures of your favorite base-ball players in the "big
leagues" are now in Piedmont packages.
Piedmont Cigarettes e$re
TOSS PF SOU
Besides Its splendid service In giv
ing: the people of El Pasothe news oJ
the prize fight returns, The Herald
also served the news by telegraph to
V&o score cities and xowns in the sur
rounding territory, paying the cost of
these dispatches to every town to
That the sen-- I
which they were sent.
ice was timely and appreciated Is
shown by numerous letters and' tele
grams received at tjjis office. Ex
tracts from some of them are given be
low. From Del Rio the following is re-
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Fourth of July and the one break In J
the monotony was the display of bul
letins on the prize fight, telegraphed
by The El Paso Herald. The Dixie
theater and the Elks' club were the
rendezvous of the sporting fraternity
and others interested in the outcome
of the big fight and at both places
large crowds awaited The Herald bul-
fift Hggast Pwttfy FtuS Manufictyrtr
! tiw wtiig. Try a fcag of Ws fesd.
PURIMA SCRATCH FEED
PURINA CHICK FEED
Savts Safey Chteks
(Always ta Cjmkirtttnl Btfc)
FOR SALE BY
0. G. SEET0N
ASSAYER3 & CHEMISTS
Ore Shippers' Agents
Melt and Refine, or Purchase,
GcM and Silver in any form. Corre
spondence invited. Strictly confidential.
C. W. WINSLOW & CO.,
304 San Francisco St., F! Paso, Texas.
Independent ssay Offi&s '
ESTABLISHED 1888. I
U. V . ilSCXEAET. 2.JXL., iTOpneSOT. T
Agent for Ore Skippers Assays ani
ChcrxcaJ Analysis. Mines Examined
and Reported Upon. Bullion Work c
Office arsu Laboratory:
Cr. Sra PriccLo CifetissSte.
PnQfam Accaw AffJrD
CRITCHETT & FERGUSON,
Successors to Hughes &. Critchett.
Assayers, Chemists, Metallurgists.
Agents for Ore Shippers.
322 "A San Francisco St. Phone 324.
Gen. Francis C. Marion
packed In. T!J(f FQIZ
letins with more than ordinary inter
est. "Probably 700 or 800 people packed
the Dixie hours before the first bul
letin came in and .several ,'nundred
more were at the Elks club. The read
ing of the bulletins for the first five
rounds brought forth mighty applause
and n&ers for the white man, but from
Le sixtn rouiju on, scarcely a rebpuuac
was heard. "When the 15th and final
round was read, the crowd accepted it
and filed out of the houses, a disap
pointed lot of people. Any number
of women attended the Dixie and when
the fijrht seemed to be in Jeffries's fa-
Tor manifested their joy as vocl
f erously -as the men.
"With one accord the citizens ex
pressed themselves as to the generos
ity of The Herald in .telegraphing the
returns for the benefit of the people
of Del Rio; that it was one of the
most advanced pieces of modern news
paper work that they had ever known,
Eczema A Germ Disease
Can Now Be Cured.
The Medical profession is all agreed
that ECZEMA is a germ disease, but the
thing that has baffled them is to find
some remedy that will get to the germs
and destroy them.
Zemo, the clean, external treatment,
has solved this difficulty by drawing
the germs to the surface of the skin and
destroying the germ life that causes thu
disease. The whole method of treat
ment and cure by ZEMO Is explained In
an interesting book on the subject is
sued by the makers of ZEMO. It tells
how to cure yourself at home of Eczema,
Blackheads, Pimples, Dandruff, and ail
diseases of the skin and scalp. Call at
Knoblauch's drug store for booklet and
learn more about this clean, simple
remedy that Is now recognized the
standard treatment for all diseases of
the skin and scalp.
Galveston, Key West and
Superior .Eassenger Accommodation
Fast Freight Service
STEAMERS SAIL EVERY WED
NESDAY AND SATURDAY AT
Wednesday Steamers Call at Key
West, Fla., making connection for
points in Florida and Cuba.
Saturday Steamers Carry Freight
For (particulars as to reservations,
rates, etc-, eee your ticket agent or
S. T. DeMILT,
Gen. Agent, Galveston, Texas.
Tickets to and from Europs
EMBOSSED LETTER HEADS
Per M9 $6
Electric Power Embossers.
EiPaso Pasisur insflfiste
For Preventive Treatment
323 SAN ANTONIO STREET.
Phone 2340 R. 1. Res.. 345T
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A Skin of Beauty is a coy yy,
Felix Gouraua's Oriental
Cream or Magical Beautifler.
sna iKm Xi rasest
and every blcmwn
on beauty, sad de
fies detection. It
has'-stood the test
of 62 years and
is so harmless we
taste it tobesureit
Is properly made.
Accept no counter
feit of similar
name. Dr. L. A.
Sayro said to a
lady of the haut
ton (a patient):
"As you Isa.CT
Trill use them,
fJonrninl's Crenm as the least naamui oi uu iu
sMn JwESittoub- FS sale by all dnits and Fancy.
Goods Dealers in the United States, Canada and Europe.
IEBB.T.HGPr,IR3. Pros.. 37 Gte Street HewYok
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and though the fight result -was sore
ly disappointing-, they appreciated the
returns, for in no other way could Del
Rio have received the bulletins and the
result of the fight -v, ould have remained
an unknoyn quantity for many hours
later than it did.
"Fred I. "Meyers,
"Secretary Commercial Club."
Magdalena Heard the Xews.
This wire came from Magdelena: l""We
thaulc you for granting permission to
get a copy of the telegraphic report
of the Jeffries-Johnson fight from the
operator here for use at Ztfagdalena,
"C. D. Saxon, a Subscriber."
Stanton hanks Herald.
This comes from Stanton, Texas:
"Half the town was down to see The
Herald bulletins. "We thank you for
beinr so liberal and progressive In this
'hour of need' and -e assure you that
there were many friends made thereby.
"J. A. Dowdy,
"Manager TV. U. Tel. Co."
Bip: SprlnRs Cheered.
Big Springs sends the following:
"Tour complimentary furnishing of the
Jeffries-Johnson bulletins was greatly
appreciated. While the fight did not
come our way, yet during the reading
of the bulletins, a cheer would go up
for The Herald, and the interest you
have thewn to our citizens will ad&
many subscribers to your valued pa
per. "Tours truly,
"H. Clay Read."
"Vojrales Got Herald Xewi.
From Nogales the following is re
ceived: "At an early hour in the afternoon a
crowd congregated In railroad park to
hear the bulletins read as furnished bv
the El Paso Herald- Much interest a'id
enthusiasm was demonstrated until the
final dispatch came. Much apprecia
tion of The Herald's efforts was ex
pressed by Nogales citizens.
PccOn Had the Bulletins.
Pecos was interested. This letter is
received from that place:
"A large crowd took advantage of the
Johnson-Jeffries fight bulletins furnish
ed by The Herald, and remained around
the bulletin board until the result of the
final round was received. The few
bets made made Jeffries favorite at 10
to 7. I want to thank you personally
for your favor, and assure you all
knew where the bulletins came from
and appreciate them.
"M. L. Swinehart,
"Secy. Commercial Club."
Clifton Got Returns.
Clifton, Arizona, sends the following:
"The Herald bulletins of the Jeffries-Johnson
ffght attracted big
crowds on the east side aud Chase
"Tn.e bulletins iwere relayed down
to the ball grounds by riders and an
nounced during the game.
"L. R. Crawford."
Tombstone, Ariz., wired the follow
ing: "Everybody well pleased with fight
bulletins. Many thanks to Herald.v
"Oscar K. Goll."
- At IiOrdsburg--
From Lordsburor comes this tribute:
"The fight fans were much pleased
with The Herald bulletins. A large
crowd gathered in front of the office
of the Liberal. From4:30 till 5 oclock,
the bulletins came rapidly, and at 5
p. m. came the flash that Johnson had
won in the 15th round, and all interest
in the bulletins was over.
"D. H. Kedzie,
3IARFA BOY BREAKS ARM IN
THREEJLACES; PERSONAL. NEWS
Marfa, Texas, July 7. Clyde Huett
the 9 year old nephew of Dr. Midkiff,
while climbing on the Baptist church,
now in course of construction, fell and
broke his arm in three places. The
fracture was reduced by Dr. Midkiff.
Alfred Driffill of Shafter is visiting
Miss Louise Ghlke of San Antonio is
visiting with Mrs. J. P. Shields.
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Purington of
"Longfellow and Miss Gorman of Kan
sas City are visiting here.
Hart Greenward has gone for a visit
with his brother in La Mesa, N. M.
For those who know the pleasure
and satisfaction there is in a glass
Make it as usual, dark and rich
"boil it thoroughly to bring out
the distinctive flavour and food
Cool with cracked ice, and add
sugar and. lemon; also a little
cream if desired.
Postum is really a food-drink
wiilh the nutritive elements of the
field grains. Ice it. and you have
a pleasant, safe, cooling drink for
summer days an agreeaible sur
prise for those who have ' never
tried it. '
-'There's a Eeason" for
Postum Cereal Co.
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Princess Victoria Io-nlse, dsrehter of emperor William, ivho, accortlln?;
lo reports in the official circles in London, is betrothed to Edward, Prince
of "Vale, the princess' second cousin. The marriage itselr, even if the be
trothal rumors should become a fact, could not take place Cor a number of
years, as the priaceas is now only 17 years old- The princessr is said to
dread matrimony as an end to her present heme life which she loves.
August Opening Is Planned.
Auto Parties Arrive.
(By Mrs. TV. S. Tilton.)
Cloudcroft, N. M., July 7. The de
mand for a chautauqua at Cloudcroft
that the 1"1 Paso Herald has advocated
is about to be fulfilled. Dr. C. Clayton
Patch, of Chicago, Battle Creek, Cam
bridge Springs and other places where
he has established the health culture
chautauquas, is nere looking the loca
tion over and conferring with the local
' authorities in regard to establishing a
course in Cloudcroft. The session may
be opened the first week in August.
H. H. Boyer, of Artesia,imotored over
for a visit with his family.
H. A. Boas, Ralph Henderson, Martin
Davis and Vance Stewart motored up
from El Paso ina 90 horse power car
oivned by Charlton Henry, a Princeton
classmate of H. A. Boas who Is motor
ing through the United States and
Mexico with his wife on their wedding
journey. They came up without an ac
cident. Dr. Herbert Stevenson has bought a
two seated democrat wagon.
Mrs. R. T. Hanks, of El Paso, and
daughterlnlaw, Mrs. N. M. Hanks, of
Abilene, Texas, have arrived for a short
Mrs. A. Krakauer and Mrs. Tilly
Krakauer Stefflen are visiting with Mrs.
TORREON FACTORY HAS
NEW GUAYULE TREAT3IENT
0;erations Commence on Orders From
Mexico City: Larpre Shipments of
Shrub From Perejs Ranches.
Torreon, Mexico, July 7. La Vence
dora, the large new guayule rubber fac
tory which is to treat the guayule
shrub by an entirely new method, is
completed and manager J. Escude is
waiting for instructions from headquar
ters In Mexico City to &et the machinery
In motion. It is claimed that the pro
coss to be einploj'ed at this factory will
refine ithe rubber from the shrub to a
much purer and better quality than by
the old process.
Shipments of guayule are being re
ceived by the factory from the big Juan
Perez ranch In states of Zacatecas and
Durango. It Is estimated that by the
time the factory commences to oper
ate there will be a sufficient amount of
the .shrub on hand to last for some time.
Steady shipments wiH be received from
NEW STORE OPENS AT Tl-LAROSA;
CAMlVlNG PARTIES NUMEROUS.
Tularosa, N. M., ( July 7. Frank
Smith, of Three Rivers, and Chas.
Croan, of this place, have started a
retail and wholesale feed store here.
Judge A. B. Fall and a party of 15
have gone to the Rio Ruldosa for a
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hunt have gone
to Three Rivers, where they will take
charge of judge Fall's store.
Mr. and Mrs. Ira O. TVetmore have
gone to the Rio Ruidosa on a camping
Lynn Spencer, night telegraph oper
ator, has been transferred to Pastura.
I. TV. Lentz and James McLaughlin
have gone to Bent, where they have
secured carpenter work at the mine.
Messrs. McNeal and Marquett, book
keepers at the Bent mine, have re
turned to their work.
Mrs. Frank Smith, of Three Rivers,
ia visiting here.
Queen Of Great Britain
BIG EXPERIMENT STATION
IMPRESSES RAILROAD MAN".
Valentine Plant Will Revolutionize
Farming New Dmg Stor.e Opens I
Personal and General Ne-rr8. j
Valentine, Tex., July 7. Prof. J. TV. ;
Atwater, industrial agent for the
Southern Pacific, who nas been in Val- t
entine inspecting the experimental sta-
tion, expressed the opinion that it
would revolutionize farming and fruit
raising and make Valentine valley the j
largest producing valley in the state.
TV. R. Sutherford, of San Antonio,
has also been inspecting the experi
mental farm and like Prof. Attwater,
was also well Impressed. J
The Valentine Drug company has
opened Its new store.
Guy Hudspath, of Marathon, has
moved his family to Valentine.
D. R. Pierce has returned from a ;
week's outing in the Llvermore moun- (
Miss Ruth Louthain and Miss Gro- t
gan, of Hollands valley, are guests at
the home of Mrs. Lou Foley.
TV. H. Garllck, who has been ill with
fever, is improving
Mr. and Mrs. P. T. Spruice are now
occupying their Valentine residence.
Miss Dora Kendrick, of Marathon,
is visiting with her sister, Mrs. Bar
Mr. and Mrs. W. Chambers are vis-
iting relatives in Marathon.
Miss Miriam Moore is visiting at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Medley,
Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Everett and Mr.
and Mrs. Clovis Moore are camping on
the river near Candelaria.
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. .Mabry have re-
turned from Marfa, accompanied by
their niece, Miss Ruby Henderson, of
Independence. Mo., who has been visit-
ing in Marfa.
Miss Anna Gorman is visiting at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. A. TV. Price in
Mr. and Mrs. TV. A. Foley has re
turned from a visit at Cloudcroft, N. M.
Miss Maude TVood, of Sanderson. Is f
visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
P. M. Smith.
constipation permanently by proper
personal co-operation with, the bene
ficial effects of Syrup of Figs and
Elixir of Senna, when required. The
forming- of regular habits is most im
portant and while endeavoring to
form them the assistance of Syrup of
Figs and Elixir of Senna is most val
uable, as it is the only laxative which
acts without disturbing the natural
functions and without debilitating and
it is the one laxative which leaves the
internal organs in a naturally healthy
condition, thereby really aiding one in
that way. To get its beneficial effects
buy the genuine manufactured by the
California Fig Syrup Co. only, and for
sale by all leading druggistsv Syrup
of Figs and Elixir of Senna is never
classed by the well-informed with
medicines which make extravagant
and unfounded claims to cure habitual
constipation without personal co-operation.
T7VERYBODY CAN HAVE BEAUTIFUL
Ci HAIR NOW. and they don't have to
wair -weeks and months for results either.
You will notice marked improvement after
the very first application.
Danderine Is quickly and
thoroughly absorhed by the scalp
and the hair soon shows the
effects of its wonderfully ex
hilarating and life-producing
qualities. It is pleasant and
easy to U3C simply apply
U to the scalp and hair
once a day until the
hair begins to grow,
then two or three
times a week till
desired results are
A lady from California writes
in substance as follows:
I have been using yonr wonder
ful natr tonic tor several months
wonderful sultof hairthat meas
ures over43 inches la leagth: the
braid is over 8 Inches around.
Another from New Jeraejt
After using aixth bottle I
am happy to say that I have as
nice a head of hair as anyone In
This Great Hair-Growing
Remedy can now be
had at all druggists in three sizes.
25c, 50c and $1.00
r... To show how quickly
lilf Danderine acts.we
will send a large sample free
by return mall to anyone who
sends this free coupon tothe
Knoalton Dandsrias Co., Chlcaja,
with their name and address
and 10c la silver or stamps
to pay postage.
STUDENTS SPEND VACATION IX
NOGALES; MIXDAY RELESED.
Nogales, Arriz., July 7. Among' those
who have returned from school to
spend thair vacations with their pa
rents at Nogales, are Misses Mary and
Virginia Harrison and Holly Bonillas,
from San Jose. CaL.,and Edward Tlt
combr from Nw York.
ilrs. P. j. Munch and little son Phil,
of Empaline, Mex., are here for a
The case of H. Clay ilunday, charged
by Mexican authorities with contrabanding-,
has been finished, and Munday
has been released.
George V. Newton, representing the
United States census bureau, is in No
gales on official business from "Wash
ington, D. C.
The famous Reilly will case which
was brought to Santa Cruz county
W OIL BURKING
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CHICAGO AND RETUE2T ,..$55.65
OINOIMNATI AND SETUEN ..... 64.05
TOLEDO AND RETURN 66.65
PniLADEL-PHIA AND RETURN. . 81.35
ST. LOUIS AND RETURN 49.65
KANSAS CITY AND RETURN. . . . 40.65
NEW YORK AND RETURN 85.95
Unlimited Stopovers Allowed at All Points En
route. On sale June 1st to Sept. 30. Limit Oct.
CITY TICKET OFFICE ST. REGIS HOTEL
w. c. Mccormick,
U y OIL BUWING 1?$
I o JS1L Jl
And Return' - - -
And Return - - - -
Tickets on sale Jul 25th to 28tli, Aug. 30th to Sept.
7th, September 24th to 30th. Limit three months
from date of sale but not later than October 31st.
UNLIMITED STOP-OVERS ALLOWED.
CITY TICKET OFFICE ST. REGIS Hotel Bldg.
W. C. McCORMICK, G. A.
J. E. MONROE, C. T. A.
SECOND HVD FIRMTIRE.
T E H WE REAL B RG VINS.
HRIU't(0.. 122San ntoalo Street.
and we can
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change of venue, then without a de
cision sent back to Cochise county,
has been decided in favor of the de
Adolf Edler, of the Banco de Sorrora,
of Hermosillo, passed through Nogales
en route to Germany on a visit.
C. H. Gatsbell is in Nogales from
Los Angeles regulating the insurance
for J- - Ochoa's stock of goods, de
stroyed by fire.
I 1 ltest,JnK'rcEM;yaiE' 1
1 25c S0aTmi''miMwT-M Bnutsts
J. E. MONROE,
City Ticket Agent
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