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EL PASO HERALD
Saturday. July 23, 1916.
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription
Is the best of all medicines for the cure of diseases,
disorders and weaknesses peculiar to women It is the
only preparation of its kind devised by a regularly gradu
ated physician an experienced and skilled specialist in
the diseases of women.
It is a safo medicine m arty condition of the system
THE ONE REMEDY which contains no alcohol
end no injurious habit-forming drugs and which
creates no craving for such stimulants.
THE ONE REMEDY so good that its makers
re not afraid to print its every ingredient on
each outside bottle --wrapper and attest to the
truthfulness of the same under oath.
It is sold by medicine dealers everywhere, and any dealer who hasn't it csa
get it. Dos't take a substitute of unknown composition for this medicine of
known composition. No counterfeit is as goo: as the genuine and the druggist
who says something else is "just as good as Dr. Pierce's" is either mistaken
or is trying to deceive you for his own selfish benefit. Such a man is not to be
trusted. He is trifling with your most priceless possession your health
may be your life itself. See that you get what you si for.
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Injured in an Auto Accident
Sierra Blanca. Tex.. July23. Quite an
excitement was caused by the burning j
of the hotel of ilrs. Bettle Brown. The
jruests had just been seated to supper
when Mrs. Brown grave the alarm, and it
ras found thnt thcflre was under good
, headway in the back rooms. It is not
known how the fire originated. The
furniture was saved and the cent lum
ber addition isas saved bv dynamiting
the main building, which was of adobe j
and was a total loss. No insurance was i
carried, ilrs. Brown lost a purse con
taining 50. but saved her papers and
other valuables. No one was injured.
Mrs. A. T. Duncan was called to Hico.
Tex.. Thursday night to attend her
father, who is verj' ill.
The young people will enjoy a social
dance at the school house tonight.
Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Oden and children
have returned from a lengthy stay at
Mrs. Carson has returned to her home
at Grand Falls, Tex., after several
weeks' visit to her son, Pat Carson and
F0H.3ECA OF BEAZIL
I- ( 'idrf" ? t-.) ' v 'ftx''''''
Mrs. Henry H. Rogers, who was recently slightly injured when her auto
mobile was sidewiped by Mrs. George Cox's motor car, near Lenox, Mass , where
Mrs. Rogers is summering. The chauffeur of the Cox car saw the Rogers car
coming and purled to the extreme edge of the narrow road, but not far
enough to avoid a collision. The Rogers car was badly damaged and several
of the party with Mrs. Rogers were sli ghtly injured.
PLENTY OE FTOT
President-elect Fonseca of Brazil.
I An elaborate program is being penfex
' ed for his entertainment in the United
States from the t'me he lands in New
York on August 5. until his departure
on September 2. Charge d' Affairs Silva,
of the Brazilian embassy in the United
States, is arranging with the State De
partment for the- presentation of Genl
Furniture, Carpets, Stoves, v Crockery
And Housefurnishings of Every Description
All goes at retail.
Gome early, get your pick of tlie bargains.
Over one-half of the stock is perfect, the balance slightly damaged by smoke.
Fire Sale will take place at original location,
107-iil NORTH STANTON STREET '
Salvage Company, of New
JOSEPH W. APPLETON, General Manager
July 26th I
jw York I
ITOETH WESTERN TO
BESOT BRANCH LINE
ville, Tex., are enjoj'ing- the change of
AT U.Ls0U,DOROi?T I Iy 44 'feet aboe sea level to 9000 feet
J "without apparently feeling any ill ef-
OOUpIe YTlOSe TriUlkS Were j Robert Horton went down to El Paso
Orkowal-soH 1 oavo rho I yesterday on business, but will return
OeaiGiiLa ljedv t; tut: j in tIme to take ln the Saturday nlght
iieSOl't. j dance and to finish his vacation.
, ; Miss Stoneroad, of Colorado City, is a
(By 38. AV. s iuoa.j i very attractive oung woman, who has
Cloudcroft, 2s. SL. July 23. Another j cojaQ tQ jcjn coterle at the Lode
jolly party enjoyed a camp lire supper , SaHy pasg .g the &uest Qf u
t,j woonugui, "- " a ".-. Mazie Cole.
The children are having burro parties -e w . ,,,,. tto,.
and never did little ones have better j ,eft-for no-me yesterday. They
times than those m Cloudcroft this , have beea ,n cloudcroft tvro monQ,Sm ,
Jklr. and Mrs. James Allen, -whose bag- . KrrJrnir A -rr-rn .--. -TT7T.
Bae the customs men searched, left J OAND YM A KEE BURNED,
unexpectedly yesterday with their three j
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McGonagill, ol
Train Service to Pearson
Soon Contractors Work
in Big Gap.
Chihuahua, Mexico, july 23. A lead
ing official of the Mexico North "West
ern Railway company states that the
building of the projected branch road
from San Antonio station on the main
line running from this c'ty to Minaca
and Madera to Cusihuiriachic avIU be
commenced at once and pushed through
to completion. It is estimated that this
branch line which wUl be about 24 kilo
meters long can be finished and traffic
ablft. By the middle of next year it Is
expected that this line which will be
about 116 miles long will be completed
and the El Paso and Chiiiuabua divisions
will be connected.
Fonseca to president Taft at Beverly. inaugurated over it within five months
From Beverly the general will go to j t rh outside after construction- work
Valley Forge, Pennsylvania, to meet , tnT.fPr
secretary Knox. Receptions in his hon
or are being planned at Philadelphia
Boston, Washington, Pittsburg and
JAY GOULD MAY
WED RICH WIDOW
BY BOILING- FUBGS .
Clint. iho have come here with a des-j "Rirf "AMcc A'fiiviiJ "rUsnncpal
.. A.t i1. ctlrtlr Ko'Hf. V,- -ilVni tha Tlt"UT i
pciaucij oivik wuwj, iau.,1 ..-. . -.
cottage on the coiner or cnipmunK
avenue and Sw allow Place.
The Jackson baby continues to im
prove slowly. Dr. Gilbert, of Alamo
gordo, came up to attend it yester-
Didn't Say It: Arm Is
F. G. M
"Oh fudge!" was something Miss
I Maria Mariscal might have said Friday
Onnnlrl -jTirl "H" 4 flrthmevpr. I nftr.mnnr: -rcrViAn r In-rtra ninna nf Vo I
of Oransre. Tex., are two welcome adds-J ,.iat nn-nA- rn nn .,- v. .- ry
- - : teiiv.j v.. -w-v.j a-.a v .a w.aa v ivAt I
Uons to the oancing crowd ana are en- dJdn
11S 01r vacation immensely Immedlatelv
The Misses Erhara of Galveston .are bur J and -
enjoying Cloudcroft to the uttermost. ! fujly
They formed a party with Mrs. f- B. . It occurred in the Potter drug store
Ratlins and arove to the moian agency . factoi.Vj where Miss MarIacal is employ
and back .yesterda. cd as candy maker. Tho o'oung woman
Judge J. M. Goggm and family, of E! j va scr2pin& tne liquld su&ar from n
Paso have taken the A. P. Coles cot- bucket onto the cooling slab. The
tage for the rest of the season. spatula slipped, throwing a large quar-
G. J. TVolfinger and son, of Alamo- . titv of the boiling liquid into the air.
gcrdo, returned yesterday from a trip The painfui burn has rendered the
to the Indian reservation. They are young woman's left arm temporarily
spending their vacation here. j useless.
Mrs. R. B. Kawlins and little son have i To the iool gir! fudge concoctor,
returned to the roof garden to finish j candy making may not be considered a
out the summer. Mrs. Rawlins is the j dangerous occupation. But painful
wife of the auditor of E. P. & S. TV. .' burns are often suffered by those who
Mr. and Mrs. D. C Huntington have j manufacture the tstv sweet things for
taken the W T. Pa; ne cottage. j the sweet-toothed public. Seldom, how-
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dyer, of Browns- ever, do such extensive burns result.
FREE TO YOU-MY SISTER tl522r
L. - - j
v&?Mmr 'WBCwb? 'viS2y 9HH(
R. M. Dudley, who is building the Ter
razas Madera line, will also build
Mallet Locomotives Are In
cluded Fish Succeeds
An order, approximating SS.000,000
worth of railway equipment, has been
placed by the Mexican National rail
ways. The order calls for 20 Mallet
articulated compound engines of heavy
type, to be delivered in October; 45
first and second class coaches, mail,
baggage and express cars, delivery to
commence in September and 3200 freight
cars of all kinds, including box, stock,
flat, ballast and tank cars. AH of the
equipment is to be of the latest pat-
duties of general passenger agent of the REVOIUTIOXiSTS REPULSED
Lnes at Mexico City, the place made BY XICABAGUAX TROOPS
vacant by the resignation of J- C. Mc- T , , ,-. .. T . .
Donald. No appointment has been made Jan Juan Del Sur. Nicaragua, July 2J.
nf att-. v-nnJifl.. nprmnnpnt n,rnr i The towns of Mandaime. 5 miles to
" i u ,... i-l,-...3 j . firk n i.
mc suuunvaiUi auu vLiuuajJit, irv jiiues LO
the east of Managua, were attadked si
multaneously by the insurgents on
Thursday. Each attacking force num
bered about 400 men. The revolution
ists were repulsed. Gen. Valdez, the gov
ernment commander at Camoapa was se
riously wounded In the fight there and
j only the opportune arrival of reinforce-
i southwestern train No. 6, from $is- j mcuu " -.uuc aa.cu (. uaj iw
V ,3, m. .1 -n v .. tr. wnnrv-nl t. I uiit (,U ClUIUCUU
eral hours late, and Southwestern train
No. S, which i5 due to arrive in El Paso
at 7:20 a. m., had not left Douglas at
the time it wae due m El Paso.
Southern Pacific train No. 4, the Gold
en State Limited from the west, due in
El Paso at 12:4Q p. m., will arrive six
Damaging floods in Arizona Friday
were reflected on the union station time
ml. Amnonr io nsVwl VJ fifTMLTt- tem.
meni of communications to accept the C VT Fish, the traffic manager of
20 kilometers of track from Terrazas the national railways, has assumed the
to the new lumber town of Pearson and j ,
as soon as this is done, train service
on the El Paso division, now running
from the border city of Juarez apposite
El Paso, Texas, to Nueva Casas Grandes
will be extended to Pearson. This ex
tension of the service will probably take
nlace some time next month.
I The track Is laid for 30 kilometers J
I ,'outh from Pearson toward Madera
and lor aooui id Kiiumeieis-ttuiu jiu.
I dera northward toward Pearson. Con
tractor Dudley has grading outfits over
Intervening distance and the work
being pushed as rapidly as praetic-
Sunset Limited from the west, due to !
arrive at 6 p. m.,, will arrive four or five t enter the service of the Niearaguan in
hours late, due to washonts on the line
west ofy Dragoon Summit, S. P. train
No. S from the west, due in El Paso at
4 a. m., arrived at 7:30 a- m.
UNITED STATES GUNBOAT
FOR .NICARAGUA" SERVICE,
Norfolk, Va., July 3. The auxiliary
gunboat. Hornet, prominent during the
Spanish-American war gand recently
purchased by Isadore Stern and Thomas
S. Roberts of New Orleans, sailed today
cr seven hours late and train No. 10, the f for that place. It Is declared the Hor
net will change hands asrain and will
surgents under general Estrada-
Meet me in The Herald Co! Fceto,
El Pas For
Visitors To Know
Jay Gould, sctv of George Gould and
I know woman's Bufferings,
I have found the enre.
I will mail, free of any charge, my home treat- v.-ll known tenni- player, wlio is re-
tnent with i fall instructions to any sufferer from ported to be engaged to marrv Beatrice
MseureL? WOm'en aut Blanche Bruner Godfrey, the divorced
to cure yourselves at homo without the help of a Millionaire of Boston. Mrs. Godfrey was
doctor. Men cannot understand women's sufferings, ft society belie of Davenport, Iowa, and
What we women know from experience, we know met Mr. Godfrey while atendlng the
SSTJSSr Sr Iknowihatwmy home treat- Boston conservatory of music. Parental
rnent 13 a sate ana sure cure for Leucnrrhn m , . , ,. - -
Whitish discharses, Llceration, Displament or Position later resulted in a separa-
FaKinc of the Womb, Profuse. Scantv - P?of.,i t'on r.nd divorce. The family of George
the spine, melancholy, desire to crv. hot f!nthr
weariness, kidney and bladder trouble uthmi .
r weaknesses necullar f . LinERUS OULD PHEE
caused by weaknesses DecuIIar to oth kpt.
I want to send you a complete ten dav's trpat
ment entirely free to prove to you that von enn mm
IXELAVD; OFFICERS NAMED
imnmnmM port anfi. lire.. . u v aa. rne amnitra-
yOnrself at home, easily, quickly and Snrelv 7?o rrftinn nf t-wn hranchos of tVa AnMonf
member, that it wW cost von nnttifntr n v . - , , . .',
tsataentaconpletetrial; imaifyoushoulish to continue, it wiU cost you only about ltcentea - t ?1DTcrmans a" ',reia"a' n uc
freek,orIessthantwoceataaday. It wUl nlT interfere wiih your work cr occupation. Just send LniVed Insh League and Clan-Na-Gael.
tne your name and edcss, tell me how you suffer if you wish, and I wIH send you the treatment WJtH' the Ancient Order of Hibernian in
foryoar tcssc entirely free, in plain wrapper, by return mail. I will also send you free of cost, my tne United States, with a coalition of
book WOMAN S OWN MEDICAL ADVISER" with explanatory illustrations showing why various allied societies to the endxthat
wJffcffSr8! ht7JyQ themselves at home. Every woman shouM have it. and Ireland may be freed from English rule
learn to think for herself. Then when the doctor says TTou must have an operation," you can ! niH JirOT Q tot nf innp-,
decide for yourself. Ihcusands of women have cured themselves with my home remedy. It cures aU. ! and Si JLn a statu f inaependence
od or youps. To Mothers of Daughters, I will explain a simple home treatment which speedily ! amtng the races of the world, is the
andeSectually cures Leucorrhoea, Green Sickness and Painful or Irregular Menstruation in Young ' Principle underlying the resolution
j3" Plumpness and health always results from its use. j adopti here early today by the conven-
Wherever you live, I can refer you to ladies of your own locality who know and will gladly tell tion ot-iho Ancient Order of Hibernians,
say su. rer that .this Heme treatment really cures all women's diseases, andmakes women well. The o-'ivention f inaPv adjourned af
strcn plump and robust. Just send me your address, and the free ten day's treatment is youri tor s lorirX SI ?n as the -ilace f o
alsothobook. Write today, as you may noi eee this offer asaia. Address lit se,eScin Chicago as the place fox
bec kjr esitiiucDc o- tji ., , , , , ,. . tne next convention and electing James
PS5, M. SUMMERS, Bex H. - - Koire Dame, Snd., Q&Ss J. Kegax of St. Paul, as president.
El Paso has 35 miles of street
Bl Paso 5ias 20 mlV-s of asphalt
El Paso city has an assessed
valuation of ?30.000,000.
El Pn.so has eight railrosis and
a ?500,000 union passenger term
inal. El Paso has 25 mail carriers,
and the ptoffice receipts last
year were $108,000.
El Paso has never had a sun
stroke, a panic, or a strike that
tied up any industry.
El Paso i one of the most im
portant ports of entry and export
in the United States.
EI Paso has the best lighted
bnsincss district of any city in
Texas; see for yourself tonight.
El Paso railroads handled GC0,
000 cars in the local yaHs last
year and their payrolls aggre
EI Paso will invest $2,500,000
in now buildings this year and in
vest $2,500 000 more "in improve
jientT nnd industries.
El Paso has eight banks, five
national and three state, with a
combined capital of over $2,000,
000 and deposits of $10,000,000.
El Paso has $000,000 invested
j in school buildings and grounds,
: i norr rnn ? II t j. r
auu $&o,ji iu. uiunuai training
aDd dqnivstfc science equipment.
El Paso is in the center of a
tract of 225,000 acres of land that
will be irrigated by a $10,000,000
dam which the government is now
El Paso has three steam fire
engines, five combination hose and
dheonacal wagons, one automobile
combination wagon, and extension
At Wholesale Prices
Stoves and flanges
an End-of -the Season Price
We have an extensive line of refrigerators left over
from our retail store and we intend to close theia out
Regardless of jVhet They Cost Us
This is your opportunity to buy a refrigerator at
practically your own price. "We must get these out
of the way and it will be well worth your while to
see them and get our prices.
Take a Little Walk and Save Money
Gus Momsen Co
Corner Overland and Virginia
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1 How to Aes wer I
I I A WANT AD
With A Blind
When a number or initial is
given in a WANT AD in
lieu of a name, all ihat is
necessary is that you address
a letter to that address in
care of this paper. : : :
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