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T7T 13 A QA TTThHII A Jl
Tuesdav, Sept. 27, 1910.
In order to devote all my time and attention to
the upbuilding and development of the town of
Tobin and the surrounding territory, I have
moved my main office to Tobin, Texas. PHONE
2271 DAY OE NIG-HT. The El Paso Suburban
Ey. Co., on the arrival of their new equipment,
will establish a new schedule between Tobin and
Fort Bliss, which will afford the residents of the
new town excellent transportation facilities.
FRANK R. TOBIN.
i WATCH TOBIN GROW j
AT THE HAPPY HOUR.
Manager Fogs says that tonight a
new bill starts at the popular vaude
ville and he promises a variety of en
tertainments of extra good quality
Madylen Shoane, the "awful original
jolly old maid, he says, is a positiva
cure for the blues, -who will cause a
laugh, yell, scream and the biggest bit
ever, he declares. Golden, Doyle and
Golden, professional jealousy, ntf
says, is an intensely interesting com
edy sketch. Bills' Howard, the muslca
comedian, who is declared to be thai
real funny musician: Fox and Durkln,
a feature comedy team, and which he
says is egaal to any hit on any bill,
the three Domanioos in a great noveltj
act is said to be a sensation the big
feature bill for this week. Manager
Fogg says he has the best music in El
Paso or will forfeit $50 to any charita
ble institution. Matinees "Wednesday
Saturday, Sunday, with good music ana
real vaudeville are promised. Two
SKIN AND SCALP TROUBLES
YIELD TO ZEMO.
A CKEAX :LIQ,ItII PREPARATION IOR
The Knoblauch Drug Store is so con
fident that ZEMO will rid the skin or
scalp of infant or grown persons of
pimples, blackheads, dandrufr, eczema,
prickly heat, rashes, hives, ivy poison
or any other form of skin" or scalp erup
tion, that it will give your money back
if you are not entirely satisfied with
the results -obtained from the usef of
The first application will give prompt
relief and show an improvement and In
every instance wheTe used persistently
will destroy the germ life, leaving the
skin in a clean, healCny condition.
Let us show you proof of some re
markable oures- made' by ZEMO and
give you a 32 page booklet how to pre
serve the slain.
The Knoblauch Drug Store.
ASSAYERS & CHEMISTS
Independent Assay Qffie
M ESTABLISHED 1689.
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Agent fcr'Ort Shippers Assays jag.
Chemical Analysis. Mines Exaimngi
find Reverted Upon, million Work c
SpsdRitg. p Q pox 88
Office assd Laboratory:
Cr. Ss Fnasees fc CfitiinfcttSfe.
L PA?3- TEXAS-
Custom Assay Office
Successors to Hughes & Critchett.
Assayers. Chemists, Metallurgists.
Agents for Ore Shippers.
322 San Francisco St. Phone 32-L
Cars Called For aHd Delivered.
PROMPT SERVICE AND
Give Us a Trial.
DEL.'JfBY & AIiKIRE.
CIS Magoffin. Bell 1279.
Dr. T. W. Crob&der,
Practice limited to diseases of the
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat.
602 Rio larande Bank Bldg.
Office Hours 9-12 a. m.; 2-5 p. m.
Bell Phone Res. 2931 ; umce
Artistic Embossing at
Ellis Bros. Printing Cs.
Ellis Building, 110 S. Oregon.
Crawford & Gottwald
Planing mill and office, 1200 Mo. St.
Low prices on Sash, Doors, and "Win
dow Glass; Cabinet Work; Bank,
Store and Office Fixtures.
Predscei thick, luxuriant hair vrhca all
t2ter rcracdiec fall. We xraaraatee
Daaderinc. All BrutculxtR, 25c, 56c aaa
jjl, r xead tkls Ad with 30c fKiaaapw or
silt ex.) for a Iarxre fr- sample
JffiOWI.TON DAIfDEUINK vft.
I El Paso Pasteur institute
Hi For Preventive Treatment
Bj OF HYDROPHOBIA. j
m S25 SAX ANTONIO STREET.
JH Phone 2340 R. X. Ke, 3457
DANDER 1 NE
City Council "Will Discuss
Matter Thursday; Only
Two Aldermen Here.
Notwithstanding the absence from the
ctij" of aldermen Clayton and Hewitt,
who are in Pueblo attending the irriga
tion congress, and the fact that the
Barnum & Bailey circus will be in El
Paso Thursday, the regular weeklv ses
sion of the city council will be held, ac
cording to the statement of mavor Kelly.
A number of important measures are
scheduled for consideration at the Thurs
day morning meeting. Aldermen Blu
menthai and McGhee are in the city and
thev with mavor Kelly constitute a
Discussion oi the petition ot Atoms cc
company, asking for a permit to erect'a J
packing house in El Paso, is scheduled,
and it is probable the first reading of an
ordinance granting the permit asked will
negro fined heavily
on vagrancy charge
Negress Is Also Heavily Fined on Sim
ilar Charge; Some Pleas of Guilty
Follow Rooming House Raids.
Jim Law, a negro, convicted on a
charge of vagrancy in police court Mon
day afternoon, will spend the next 100
days on the rock pile, and Ma-ccde Banks,
a negress, found guilty on the same
charge, will spend the same length of
time scrubbing the city jail and police
court furniture. Etta Burnett and Nellie
Thompson, arrested on the Wednesday
night raid of last week, and charged
.with vagrancy, have entered pleasx of
guilty and were each fined $5. The trial
of IJtlrs. Black, who was also arrested
last nveek and charged with vagrancy,
was ghen jury consideration in police
court Tuesday afternoon.
Ask Mayor's Suspension.
Columbus, O., Sept. 21. Petitions
asking- governor Harmon, of Ohio, to
suspend mayor Marshall on charges of
gross misconduct in office, growing out
of his management of the car strike
situation, have been formally filed at
the governor's office.
Father, Mother and Child had It for
8 Months. Heads Mass of Sores.
Couid Not Sleep. ItchingTer-
rible. Cured in 2 Months.
"The Cuticura treatment has abso
lutely cured me and family of eczema
which I, my -wife and two-year-old child
had for eight months. It started with
small pimples on the head of my child
which gradually broke out in sores, and
'it was not long before I and my wife got
the same. Our heads were one mass of
sores, we could not sleep and the itching
was terrible. Wo suffered for eight
months. Wo ' tried different kinds of
ointments and medicine but it did us no
good and soon it began to break out on
our bodies until a friend who had the
same trouble told me about Cuticura of
which I used t sets of Cuticura Soap.
Cuticura Ointment and Cuticura Resol
vent, and I was surprised After the
first few days our heads began to heal
and in twrf months we were absolutely
cured of this terrible eczema. Eugene
Potthoff. 5SI Ralph Street, Brooklyn,
N. r., February 18, 1910."
No stronger evidence than this could
be given of the success and economy of
the Cuticura Remedies in the treatment
of torturing, disflguring humors of the
skin and scalp, of infants, children and
adults. A single hot bath with Cuticura
Soap and a gentle anointing vrith Cuti
cura Ointment are often sufficient to
afford immediate relief in the most dis
tressing cases and permit rest and sleep
when all else fails. Cutibura Soap and
Ointment are equally effective m pre
serving, purifying and beautifying the
skin, scalp, hair and hands and in
preventing minor eruptions becoming
chronic. A 32-page booklet giving
description and treatment of skin aRec
tions -will be sent free, on application,
by the Potter Drug & Chemical Corp.,
135 Columbus Ave., Boston. Mass.
Inconrated. 5in 17 State.
21 Yeass' Success. 100,000 Successful STUDnns.
More BANKERS indorse DRAUGHON'S than
indorse all other business colleges COMBINED.
Bookkeeping, Shorthand, Penmanship, etc.
POSITIONS secured. Catalogue FREE. Address
R. F. DAVISC E! Paso, Tex.. f Douglas. Aiz.
(107 S. Ei Paso St. Phones 1484. V
Beat Lymph ita XtklSlS
nature's own rem
edy lor depleted
nerve force; for ex
haustion; for de
oility; for insomnia;
now prepared in
most hipnly efiica
ceous tablet form. $2
per box. Lasts one
month. Sold in
El Paso only br
Kelly & Pollard. Sheldon HoteL
Jf Learn at COLLEGE or BY MAII fc
Protestant Churches of City
to Build Tabernacle to
A series of union services in a taber
nacle seating 5000 people, with a chorus
choir of several hundred voices, is to
begin on November lo, in charge of Rev.
E. T. Bulgin of Port Worth, and under
the auspices of the Protestant churches
of the city.
This was decided at a meeting of the
pastors and committeemen of me A-arious
churches at the Y. M G. A.
An effbrt was made to secure the serv
ices of "Gypsy"' Smith, the Encrlish
evangelist, to take charge of the union I
service, (but -he could not arrange to
come at this time. Inster4 Dr. Bulgin,
of Fort "Worth, was secured for the
series of services and he will be in
charge of the union meetings, assisted
by Prof, and Mrs. George Lawrence Pose,
who will have charge of the music and
conduct the big chorus choir. The taber
nacle is to be built ina central location
where it will be convenient for the con
gregations of the churches who have
Nunited for this service.
Dr. Bulgin has been conducting similar
meetings in the central states and on the
Pacific coast, and his success with these
meetings attracted the attention of the
El Paso ministers to him and he was in
vited to come here and take charge of j
their campaign. He has accepted the in
vitation and an organization has been
perfected among the churchmen of the
city to conduct these meetings.
This organization consists of an execu
tive committee composed of the pastors
and the chairmen of the sub-committees
iwtih Rev. C. S. Wright in charge. A
finance committee composed of the
treasurers of the different churches, an
advertising committee, a committee on
the selection of a tabernacle site and an
other on building, a music committee
and a devotional committee selet-ted at
the Y. M. C. A. meeting.
. Bulgin is said to be an eloquent
speaker and a. master of such meetings
as are to be held in EI Paso. The con
gregations of the Protestant churches
will unite in making the series of meet
ings a success and an effort will he made
to make them the Greatest union services
ever held in the city.
PUTTING- TRACK IN
SHAPE FOR PAVING
The construction crew of the Electric
Railway company is now at work on
Stanton street, between Sixth and Ninth
streets putting in the heavy steel, con
creting between 4he tracks and in
stalling a new switcn onto the Second
ward car line. As soon as this work
is finished the remainder of Stanton
street will be paved.
SELECT SITE FOR
NEW CANDY FACTORY
The new Gibson & Rowe Candy com
pany has leased a large room on .Santa
Fe street near Second street for the
factory location, and the plant will be
equipped at once. The members of the
new El Paso firm are from Waco and
are preparing to do an exclusive whole
sale candy and syrup business here,
supplying the local and southwest
trade. The location of the factory is
on Santa Fe adjoining the Fassett &
Kelly carriage storage.
GOES ABROAD TO
. ARRANGE COLONY
To arrange for the colonization ofthe
Candelaria settlement in Mexico, arch
bishop Vilatte of the old Catholic
church, left Monday for England and
other .parts of Europe. Archbishop Vi
latte will spend several months In Eu
rope arranging for the settlement of
the 50,000 acres near the station of
Candelaria on the National lines, 50
miles south of El Paso. The colonists
will be obtained from the members of
the church of which archbisnop Vilatte
is at the head in America.
To Mayfield Realty company, to erect
a residence at 1412 Arizona street; es
timated cost- $3950.
To T. "W. "Ward to erect flyfor shade
corner Stanton and Myrtle "streets; esti
mated ost ?100.
To Apolonia Duran, to erect idobe
lot 19, block 30, Woodlawn addition,
Cypress street; estimated cost 100.
To. W. JE. Fletcher, to erect stone
building1, Arizona street, corner alley,
between Mesa and Oregon streets; esti
mated cost S140.
El Paso -county Henry Taylor to V.
E. Cammack and L. E. Gibbs, sections
2, 3, 4, 10, 11, 12, 13 and 14, block 17,
public -school land, El Paso county; con
sideration $4782.50. September 21, 1910.
Altura addition, Division street, be
tween Mobile aftd Xashville streets
Mrs. Anna Bunn to R. Ti. Moore lets 3
and 4, block 57; considerition $550.
September 15. 1910.
Altura addition, Division streo, be
tween Mobile and Xashville streets
Altura Realty company t Mrs. Anna
Bunn, lots 3 and 4, block 57; considera
tion $1 and to correct old deed. .Sep
tember 26, 1910.
El Paso county James E. and G. C.
Hanlin to Lizzie E. Lucas, lots 31, 32
and 33, block 1, Tobin's Orch3rJ. Park
addition; consideration $450. Septem
ber 22, 1910.
Licensed to Wed.
Simon Martinez -and Maria Duran.
Manuel Villalobas and Leonora Gon
zalez. Jose Loya and Matilda Gomez.
To Juan Alame, Mexican, Santa Fe
street, boy, September 25.
To Fred J. Collins, Ameiican, HIS
Myrtle, boy. September 24.
To E. L. Batler, American, 1320 Over
land, boy, September 23.
"I have been using Cascarets for In
somnia, with which I have been afflicted
for twenty years, and I can say that Cas
carets have given me more relief than any
other remedy I have ever tried. I shall
certainly recommend them to my friends
is being all that they are represented."
Thos. Gillard, Elgin, 111.
Pleasant. Palatable. Potent, Tasto Good.
Do Good. Never Sicken, Weaken or Gripe.
10c. 25c. 50c. Never sold in bulk. The gen
uine tablet stamped C C C Guaranteed to
cure or your money bade 824
I his Lvem
-t: -c4-ti ,.i Tf;a nicfinmon f i
Chicago, arrived Friday to spend the win-
ter in El Paso and "are ihe guests of
Miss Erma YVthitlev.
Princess Weenie Wee Is
World's Smallest Woman
Princess Weenie "Wee, tne smallest woman in thr world, is an inter
esting' member of the Barnum and Bailey circus, which exhibits in El Paso
next Thursday. "Weenie," as the little woman is affectionately called, is 19
years old, stands nineteen and one-half inches in height, and weighs
IS pounds. She is bright and interest inc in her conversation and very at
tractive in manner.
FREE a $300.00
Again this evening we will
Draw a $300.00 Souvenir
This evening each visitor who
evening will be given a souvenir coupon. It wtfl
have a blank space in which the name is to be
written. You have until Oct.lst in which
deposit your coupon. Drawing takes plda
Monday, Oct. 3rd, at 10 o'clock.
Positively no obligation
to buy anything
TEXAS AND MESA
Tkought of Baying a Diamond Should Suggest Silherberg's. "
MY A P Holps ivvho acconiDaiiied Ix.
Coles to Alaska during the summer, ha3
return etl home nftej- a visit with Mrs.
' Benjamin Sherrod, at Eaton !.. M.
7 Until 10
.v fi3-t zX.t.i
- - - s-;-"-T-S
'Want to Disan-
iWl On account of many
visitors not being able
sain access to the store
last evening on account
the crowds, and on account
othersIeaving because of
we have decided to continue
the opening again this evening.
ARE CORD J ALLY. INVITED
give a coupon which will
'did not attend last
FREE CLINICS TO
CEASE ON FRIDAY
City Health League Report
SIiotts Many Consump
tive Cases Treated.
On Friday, Sept. 20, the El Paso
Health league will discontinue its free
clinic for consumptives and vrill deliver
to the county clinic all of its supply of
medicines, sputum cups, filing cases,
records, fjuide books and other acces
sories which have been tised in the
league's clinic This was decided at a
(meeting held Monday and in an open
letter to judge A. i. J. Eylar, county
judge, who has charge of the county
clinic, the league surrenders its property
to the county. The reason fivea for the
A Clean Man
Outside cleanliness is less than half the battle. A. man may
scrub himself a dozen times a day, and still be unclean. Good
health means cleanliness not only outside, but inside. It means
a clean stomach, clean bowels, clean blood, a clean liver, and
new, clean, healthy tissues. The man who is clean in this way
will look it and act it. He will work with energy and think
clean, clear, healthy thoughts.
He will never be troubled with liver, lung, stomach or blood
disorders. Dyspepsia and indigestion originate in unclean stom
achs. Blood diseases are found where there is unclean blood.
Consumption and bronchitis mean unclean lungs.
Dr. Pierce's Golden -Medical Discovery
prevents these diseases. It makes a man's insides clean
and healthy. It cleans the digestive organs, makes pure
clean blood, and clean, healthy flesh.
It restores tone to the nervous system, and cures nervous exhaustioa sad
prostration It contains no alcohol or habit-formingdrus.
Constipation is the most unclean uncleanliness. TDr. Pierce's Pleasant PI
lets cure it. They never gripe. Easy to take as candy.
discontinuing the free tubercular clinic
is that the county has now undertaken
to care "for the" consumptives and to'
avoid anv conflict the health, league has
withdrawn from the field.
Accompanying tins letter is a state
ment of the report of the work of the
league since it opened on Feb. 15, 1909
to Sept. 1, as follows:
Number of cases, 352; number at
tending clinic,' ISM; cases outside of
clinic, 160; hours the clinic was open,
420; prescriptions filled, 1154: number
of sputum cups furnished, 2452; fillers
furnished, 1160; visits to patients1
Nationality of patients treated:
Mexicans. 221; Americans, 117; En"-,
lish, 5; Canadians, 2; Irish, 3; Italians,
2; Poles 2; Norwegians, 1; Austrians, 6;
Russians, 3; Germans, 6; Swedes, 1; Bo-,
hemians, 1 ; Swiss. 1 : Servians, 1.
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