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la PASO HERALD
Our Komid-TJp Sale continues to be the big
bargain event of the month of July. There is
not an -article in stock that does not enter into
this reduction sale. The following bargains
are only a few of the many we. now offer.
Note the brands of shirts -we offer at Bound
Up reductions. Come around tomorrow and
fill all present, and future, shirt needs.
"Silver," "Monarch" and "Fault- -'-Gold," "Cluett" and other good
less" Shirts, ?1.25 val- 7Q
ues: Round-Dp Price..
$1.25 Pongee Shirts,
during Round-Up Sale.
$1.25 Pongee Shirts, 7Q
There is no summer underwear need that can
not now be supplied at a Bound-Up saving.
All 50c Underwear, including
'Porosknit" and. "B. V. D."
Round-Up price 35c a gar
All 65c Underwear, per Af
garment "v v
All hats both straws
$1.75 and $1;50 Straw
Every Suit in stpck is now reduced in price,
but we mention the two following numbers, as
we consider them about the biggest bargains of
the whole Bound-Up Sale:
All Schloss Bros,
sell reinilaily at
(We 'still have a limited number of Suits
worth up to,$20.00, at $7.50.)
PIONEERS PREPARE TO
MAKE DISPLAY OF RELICS.
Relics of early El Paso are to be dis
played in state by the Pioneer's asso
ciation in the "basement of the cham
ber of commerce. Architect E. Krause
has ordered a sufficient amount of t"inV
screen to separate the spuee mat has !
been allotted to the pioneers from the
remainder of the chamber of commerce
basement and as soon as this arrives
from the Denver factory, it will be in
stalled and the relics. Including the
old cottonwood stump which stood by
the El Paso street acequia and the, old
Everybody has his own Summer Concerts at Home,
if he owns an
EDISON PHONOGRAPH, '
VICTOR TALKING MACHINE
Buy one on the Easy Payment Plan, t
"W. G. Walz Company
Talking Machine Dept.
brands ot shirts, G -j - -
SI .50 vat S2 values i X X. J
Si.50 to$2 values
$1.50 and $1.75 (t - - f
Pongee bhirts .... VJL iA v
"B. V. D." Silk Finished Under
"ivear T5ie $1.25 quality, 79c
The $l.o0 quality $1.10
$1.50 Linen Mesh Un- Q
derw ear t 27 vl w
and felts at almost
$3.00 and $3.50
All .Sdhloss Bros,
sell regularly up
McGlnty club cannon, "will be displayed
within the enclosure.
Sectional cases will be used for show
ing the smaller relics and documents
which are a part of the association's
collection of early El Paso curios.
The collection of pictures made by
county clerk Park Pitman, which in
cludes views of early El Paso and a
number of the old buildings which have
now bee: wrecked, will also be dis
played with the pioneers' collection.
WANTED Ladies to Know that the
bill "this week is one of unusual quality
at the Happy Hour, five acts, three big
features, for 10c and 20c.
103 El Paso Street.
Now on Sale.
A Marvel For Sore Feet. Actc RlRlit Off
Sore Feet? Xeer After Ufcinsr TIZ
Good-bye sore feet, aching feet,
swollen feet, sweaty feet, smelling feet,
Good-bye corns, callouses and bun
ions and raw spots.
1 You've never tried anything like TIZ
before for your feet. It is different
from anything ever before sold. ,
It acts at once and makes the feet
feel remarkably fresh and sore-proof.
TIZ is not a powder. Powders nnd
other foot remedies clog up the pores.
TIZ draws out all poisonous exuda
tions which bftng on soreness pf" the
feet, and is the only remedy that does.
TIZ cleans out every pore and glorifies
the feet your feet.
You'll never limp again or draw up
your face in pain, ind you'll forget
about your corns, bunions and cal
louses. You'll feel like a new person.
If you don't find all this true after
trying a box of TIZ, you can get your
mnTipv rieht back. '
TIZ is for sale at all druggists at 25.
cents per box, or it will be sent you
direct, if you wish, from "Walter Luther
Dodge & Co., Chicago, 111. Recommend
ed and sold by Knoblauch Drug Co.,
DITCHES ARE FILLED
Body of Baby FIoatH Down 3IH1 Ditch;
Telephone Serlce for Forest
Hangers; General Xevrjj
. Safford, Ariz., July 22. The irrigating
ditches are full of water and many are
taking advantage of the plentiful sup
ply by planting corn.
C. F. Thu.ni has gone to Denver where
he will probably locate.
Several small boys while wading in
the mill ditch east of town saw the
body of a child floating down. They
notified special officer "Wilson who is
hunting the body.
J. M. Foster is spending the week at
Camp Inception, the guest of his broth
er B. P. Foster, sr.
In order to give the forest service
better fire protection, the telephone sys
tem will be extended to old Fort Grand.
A large area of the timber can be seen
from this place and a fire discovered on
the south side of the mountain could
easily be communicated to the fire
guards on the north side.
C M. Skinner, of New York city, s
here on business connected with the
Arachise Copper company. J. E. Car
penter, local manager for the com
pany, accompanied Mr. Skinner to the
property on the north side of the river.
James "Walker and wife have taken
charge of the poor farm and will man
age the farm and, county hospital
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Hurd have re
turned to their home at Globe.
Miss Margaret Robinson is spending
the week in Globe the guest of her
brother, J. N. Robinson, and family.
Misses Glida Welker and Delia Lay
ton have gone to Miami to visit rela
tives. The Brenner cottage is being im
proved for Mr. and Mrs. Edwards of
Bill of quality at the Happy Hour.
BIG CELEBRATION FOR
CAMERON" AT XO GALES
Nog-ales Ariz., July 22. Ralph Cam-
reron, delegate to congress from Arizona, I
arrived in Nogales from Tucson by auto
accompanied by J. E. Morrison. United
States attorney for Arizona; R. A Kirk,
assistant secretary of Arizona; Dr.
Baker and Phil Brannon. The party
was met at Tubac by a big delegation
of the leading citizens of Nogales and
escorted into the city amid the noise of
whittles and cannon and the strains of
music. At Tubac a stop was made for
The Republicans of the city gave the
party a banquet at the Lyric Grill then
Mr. Cameron was escorted to the opera
house where he delivered an address
and was followed by U. S. Morrison, i
American cansul tPye, tjoi. A. T. JbJud,
district attorney O'Connor and "W. F.
Overton. A. H. Noon presided over the
meeting. Music was furnished by the
orchestra. After the addresses the No
gales and Santa Cruz board of trade
gave a public reception in the club
Peach ice cream delivered after sap
per. Phone the Elite.
HOGS AND TURKEYS SELL
AT ALTO; PEUSOXAL XEWS
Alto, N. M., July 22. Leo Oswald, of
Carrizozo, was in Alto buying hogs and
"Walter J. Keller, of Carrizozo, is the
guest of A. J. Gilmore.
Dr. F. A. Peak, a dentist of Hot
Springs, Ark., accompanied by his wife,
and daughter, is in Alto to spend the
Arthur Burrell has gone to Capitan
tp work in S. T. Gray's, livery stable.
'Oliver Jackson has gone to Tularosa
to attend the "Woodmen of the "World
supper and entertainment Friday night.
Miss Mabel "Wllkerson and Miss Fan
nie Kite, of Roswell, are visiting with
Mrs. A. J. Gilmore. (
Let us suggest a dainty frozen dessert.
Phone the Elite, anytime.
TULAROSA RESIDENTS CATCH
PISH; PERSONAL NEWS VOTES
Tularosa, X. M.f July 22. Mr. and
Mrs. A. L. Douglas and children and
Hubbart Douglas and Miss Lizzie Ken
nedy have returned from a fishing tour
on the Ruidosa. They caught 135 fish.
Hilarlo Gonzalez who has been clerk
ing In the El Paso store has returned
to Chihuahua Mexico.
Josefa Cazares, who has been visit
ing her son, Joe Cazares, has returned
to El Pa.o. t
C. C Smith has returned from Cali
fornia. XACO JUSTICE COURT OPEXS?
HEAVY "VVIXD DESTROYS BAR
Naco. Ariz., Jul 22. The Justice court '
of this plnce held its first session of
record -with justice E A. Folbom act
ings C. M. Sanders, terminal aent for the
S. P. railway, has a new bicycle.
A heavy wind picked up a stable back
ot Mrs. Simpson's house and crushed
RANGE CATTLE BEEF
Here is a fine point in economics, a
point that mill interest the consumer,
the housewife and, f igurath ely speak
ing, the man behind the house. Here
is the point. The weather has a direct
relation to the price of meat. There are
two kinds of meat, generally speakino-,
stall fed and range. If the weather is
dry, there is no range, consequently
they must be fed in stalls on $13 a ton
alfalfa, which affects the retail price
when sold by butchers. If, hoivever,
it rams sufficiently to bring the grass
forth from the ground and rains again
to nourish the grass, the cattle fatten
on natures nutriment, as was intended
in the ideal scheme of things, and
cheaper meats result.
This has been the case in the south
west. The recent rains have made the
ranges green with grass, the substance
of which has gone into the bone and
sinew of the grazing herds. Rauoe cat
tle beef is offered at some of the mar
kets at cheaper prices and probably in
several weeks a general reduction wJH
A case illustrating this economic
principle is at hand in the alfalfa crop,
which will fall short of the average
yield by one cutting on account of the
lack of moisture. Two cuttings the
crop has already yielded and according
to grain merchants, there will be but
one more. The average yield is four
Vegetable prices regain unchanged
from last week's quotations with the one
exception of sweet potatoes, which re
tall two pounds for 15 cents. Following
are the current local quotations on
fruits, vegetables, meats and grains:
Blackberries 15c per box; 2 for 25c
15c per box: 2 for 25c
Loganberries. . .15c per box; 2 for 25c
Raspberries. . ..15c per box; 2 for 25c
Fresh pinapple 25c each
Elberta peaches 50c crate
Green apples 5c lb
Malaga grapes (white) 15c lb
Apples $3.50 to $4 per 50-lb. box
Watermelons lc per lb.
Cantaloupes 2 for 15 'cents
Peaches (Texas') 20c per basket
Peaches (California) 20c per lb.
California Plums 15c per lb.
Mexican Aguacates 3 for 25c
-Lemons 25c to 30c per doz.
Limes. . .. 15c per doz.
Oranges .20c to 50c per doz.
Apricots '. ...2 lbs. for 25c
Bananas 25c to 30c per doz.
Sweet potatoes 2 lbs. 15c
Cauliflower 20c per lb.
Mustard greens 5c bunch; 3 for10c
California peas 10c lb 3 for 25c
Parsley 5c per bunch
Rhubarb 10c per lb.
Green chili 15c per lb
Bell pepper 25c per lb.
Cucumbf rs (fancy) . 5c each
Radishes 5c two bunches
Beans, wax and green 10c 'per lb.
Mexico the Home of the
Fruit; The Imports Prom
The lemon has proved a lemon. v The
modest little lime, product of an alien
soil and not a third as large as its yel
low brother; has Sanded the lemon a
knockout that has sent the yellow
fruit through the ropes for the count.
No longer does a thirst besieged El
Pasoan stagger up to a soda fountain
or the extra pale equivalent and shout
in a thirst parched voice, "gimme a lem
onade." Not for your uncle El Paso He
marches up to the bar beg pardon
snfla counter, and Kliblv asks for a
limeade with plenty of ice in it.
Imported from Mexico in baskets,
bales, and more baskets, the little lime,
supreme in its possession of the fla
vor, has taken El Pai.o by storm. One
soda fountain manager says he uses
from 100 to 500 limes each day the year
round to satisfy the appetite of his cus
tomers for the juice of the pale green
fruit. The custonis records show that
1S,2S0 pounds of limes were shipped
through this port from Mexico during
the fFscal year closing June 30. Each
pound of limes will contain at least 20
of the little thirst satisfiers, making a
grand total of 365 600 limes that were
imported during the past fiscal year
with 600 over for the Fourth of July.
3Inuj- "Way of Servlnjr.
The limeade industry is not the only
i.mr Vio jsiiocpssful rival of thf lemon
is served. Lime freezes, cold as their
name and with a little paris green ef-
feet for coloring are sold; claret meade,
more expensive and more dignified than
its little brother, lime sherbert, is the
real aristocrat of the lime family. Many
other mixtures are served at the s7oda
fountains with the lime as the base. At
the bars there are inany, many other
concoctions which are prepared with the
hl assistance of the little lime. But
this is to be a strict temperance 'dis
Guadalajara is tne acknoweldged
home of the lim-. It grows wild in
many parts of the republic and is to be
found in great quantities around Vera
Cruz and other parts of the warm coun
trv. But Guadalajara is where the
of the lime is an industry of
itself. The indians have lonr ago learn
ed that a hat full of the puckery lit
tle fruit would oring a "centave" gold
from the tourists and members of the
American colony. Others have discovered
a more lucrative ivav of disposing of
the limes. They are packed in hand
made grass baskets carted or carried
UHES TAKE PRECEDENCE 0EH 1EM0NS
IT LOCAL THIRST QUEHGHIHG PARLORS
S. S. S. cures Old Sores in the very simplest way. It just goes into the
circulation and removes the poisons and impurities which are keeping the
place open. Then the sore or ulcer heals because the infected flesh
tissues receive nourishment and healing properties from the blood, in
stead of irritating, disease-laden germs. Every symptom of an old sore
suggests diseased blood. The inflammation, discharge, discolored flesh
around the ulcer, and the fact that it resists every form of local treatment,
and even returns after being removed by surgical operation, indicates to
what a great extent the blood is polluted. S. S. S. removes overy trace of
poison or infectious matter from the circulation and makes the bloodstream,
pure, rich and healthy S. S. S. reaches hereditary taints, and those who are
suffering from an old sore, which came without any apparent cause, could
not do better than take a course of this great blood medicine to remove
the inherited taint. S. S. S. cures old sores for the one simple reason that it
purifies the blood. Book on Sores and Ulcers and any medical advice free
to aH who write. TEE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA.
Vegetable Market Station
ary . .same Condition Re
ported In Grains.
Beets, valley 10c per three bunches
Cabbage (valley) 5c per lb.
Carrots c per bunch
Celery ...... lc per stalk, 2 for 25c
Eggplants, southern 15c per lb.
Lettuce 10c head, 2 for 15c
Onions, green 2 bunches. for 5c
Onion, white 5c per lb
Potatoes, new 25c ten lb.
Spinach 5c per lb.
Squashes c per Id
Tomatoes 15c per lb.
Turnips 5c per lb.
Watercress 7c per Dunch
Roasting ears 30c doz.
Okra 15c per lb.
Almonds 20c per lb.
Brazil nuts y20c per lb.
Filberts 20c per lb.
Pecans 20c per lb.
English Walnuts 20c per lb.
Butter and Eggi.
Butter, fancy grade 35c per lb.
Eggs, Sunflower 30c per doz.
Eggs, ranch 40c per doz.
Camembert, 25c: imported ..50c per can
Cheese, cream dairy 25c per lb.
Edam, small ?1.15 each
Neufchatel 10c each, 2 for 15c
Pineapple 65c and 70c each
Roquefort i 60c per lb.
Swiss, imported 40c per lb.
Limburger 25c per lb.
Sage 30c per ID.
Circle Brand 10c each
Dutch Girl 40c per can
Brick cheese ....' .25c per 'lb.
Sirloin steak 20c per lb.
Rump steak .- 12c per lb.
Round steak 15c per lb.
Rib roast 15c per lb.
Beef livers 10c per lb.
Lamb leg- 22c to 25c per lb.
Lamb racks (wliole) ..2Sc per lb.
Lamb loin chops 30c to 35c per lb.
Lamb shoulders ISc per lb.
Breast pieces 8c to 10c per lb.
Lamb livers 10c each
Leg lTc per lb
Rack 18c per lb.
Loin ? 18c to 20c per lb.
Shoulders 10c per lb.
Neck pieces i- 3c per lb.
Breast pieces . . . . 6c per lb.
Crown roasts 20c per lb.
Leg f ISc to 20c per lb.
Chops 18c to 22c per lb
Steaks 20o tn 22c per lb
The alfalfa and grain market re
mains from last week, the following
quotations being in effect:
Alfalfa, wholesale $13 per ton
Alfalfa, retail $15 per ton
Northern Texas hay $18 perton
Corn, wholesale $1 65 per cwt
Corn, retail S1.75 per cwt
Texas oats, wholesale $1.50 per cwt.
Texas oats, retail.. $1.60 per cwt.
Chops, wholesale -.$1.65 per cwt
Chops, retail SI 75 per cwt.
Bran, wholesale $1.50 per cwt
Bran, retail $1.60 per cwt
to the nearest express station and ship
ped to the states where they bring a
fancy price and 100 percent on the in
vestment less the cost of the baskets
Lime Baskets Are Popular.
That introduces the by product of the
iime importing business, the lime bask
et. As popular as the limes are for
making a cooling, thirst quenching
-summer drink, the lime basket has prov
ed" even more popular with El Paso
r.ousewnes in a hair dozen different
ways. They make splendid market bask
ets. Lunch is also packed for the school
children and for the man. away from
home for the day in the lime basket. For'
these and other uses, the El Paso im
porters and consumers of limts sell the
lime baskets for 25 cents each, making a
neat litle by product profit by the trans
action. The price paid for the limes in Mex
ico is 55 cents per 100 at the present
time. The duty, whicn a kind and be
nevolent government assesses on each
pound of the fruit, :s one cent Amer
ican money. The Invoiced price of the
Imported limes is given as 1 for 16
pounds. One lime -nhen it is squeezed
In a thin glass, a little simple syrup,
carbonated water and some shaved Ice
added, retails for five cents at any
of the local fountains. Two limes and
a double quantity of syrup, water and
ice will double this income and the
fancy drinks made of the Mexican fruit
bring even better prices.
Mexico Supplies Local Market.
The entire local market is supplied
from Mexico, the greater quantity com
ing from near Guadalajara. Florida
and California also grow limes for the
trade, but when compared to the Mex-
.lcan arucie tney taste like so much
I pumpkin, the local dealers, say.
I As tho king of the thirst quenchers
i and Palate ticklers, the Mexican lime
j 1,ns usurped the place once held by the
j more dignified lemon, tfce fruit that
i ot In bad because of a slang phrase
! ,the effect thlt ' ""ns the sign of all
! things false. Llm-- are likewise
phlPPed to a" parts of the country from
E- Paso making a profitable sUIe line
for the commission houses.
A IVEW FACE IX TOAVX.
There is a new face in town. It be
longs to the electric equivalent of the
old fashioned town clock, which is be-
j Inrr placed on top of the City Xational
bank, building. The framework for tho
"big clock, which has a diameter of
more than six feet, has been built and
the dial was set Thursday morning.
The clock proper will be set Saturday
and the hands started on their 24 hour
shift around the big dial. It will have
an, illuminated face and It will tell the
time of day or night.
Phones : 884, 844, 823,
THE VERY BEST GROCERIES FOR THE LEAST
Strictly fresh Kansas Eggs (recandled) per. doz . .25c
Blue Eibbon Butter, 3 lbs. for $1.00
Valley Cantaloupes fresh every niorning, 4 for 25c
Xice California Grapes, per basket 50c
Valley Watermelons, per lb. lc
iSTew cooking Apples, 6 -lbs-for ........; -...-. .25c
Valley Beans, per lb :... k 5c
New Celery, extra nice, per bunch 15c
New Sweet Potatoes, 3 lbs. for 25c
(ood dry Onions, 6 lbs. for .' . -..'. 25c
Ten lbs. large white Potatoes for . .' 25c
3 lbs. Best Head Eice for 1 . 25c
Extra fine lemons, per dizen .... 20c
Try our C. 0. D. Coffee, per lb. . .". 25c
High Grade Teas, per lb .-.... .'... 60c
3 lbs. pure Leaf Lard for .- .50c
5 lbs. pure Leaf Lard for ;. .'. 1 80c
10 lbs. pure Leaf Lard for ...Ik $1.50
5 gallons bst Gasoline for . v . 85c
5 gallons Eupion oil for : . . .- 80c
4: large rolls Toilet Paper for , 25c
TER'S CO. D. GROCERY
Cor. Kansas & Boulevard
THE CASE GROCERY OF EL PASO
GEORGE'S COROXATIOX DATE SET.
London, England, July 22. The pic
turesque ceremony attendant upon the
accession of king George, was reen
acted. Thursday when the various offi
cers of arms proclaimed his majesty's
pleasure that the coronation of the king
and queen take place In June, 1911, on a
day to be later determined.
REWARD Will give $25 to any one
that has seen any picture or part of the
show this week at the Happy Hour be
fore in El Paso. 10c and 20c.
Also the Packard
Price of standard
Licensed under Zcidcn Patent I JH
Texas Motor Car Company
922-924 Saa Pedro Are., Sab Aatoaio, Tez&x
PLENTY OF IT--DRINK
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 Milk is pure milk.
It comes from Inspected, contented
cows, and Is treated by the most scien
tific methods. Delivered to you 1b
terillzed airtight bottles.
El Paso Dairy Co.
Fkoacst Bell 340; Auto. U5.
Office 313 N. Oresrea.
EMBOSSED LETTER HEADS
ARE THE IiATEST.
T7 LL.IS TfcRIXTIXG
BROS. JL COMPANY
Electric Fovrer Embossers.
Ei Paso Pasteur Insiiiuie
For PrercHtlve Treatises
325 SAX AXTOXIO STREET.
Phone 2340 R. 1. Res 3457
qS THE MAN" vfij
W'WHO OWNS hF
Supplies for Engineers,
Architects and Artists
FINE KODAK FINISHING
FRED J. FELDMAN COMPANY
Mo Phone 1 189!
Begins Monday Morning
J.Cfldizbar&GrJjocds Co. fTrmrainwhj
Tbt Mggcsi Poultry FmI HuwiMiKH
ta tht world. Try a Sua el Ms fettfj
FiffiiNA SCRATCH FEED
Utkts Hms Lay
FUHINA CHICK FEED
(JUwiys Is ChMkHfeMrg Itfi)
FOR SALE BY
0. G. SEET0N
! The Finest Mineral Waters
j On Earth .
Just 24 hours from El Paso. An
ideal place for your vacation.
For inforcnation, address. Manager
OJO CAIilENTE HOT SRRIXGS,
New Mexico. 5