EL 3480 H.ERAL
Friday, October 14. 1910. 9
Have You Vote
n This Question o
Tanned Leather a
Four Profits on E
Pair of Shoe
You know very well that most shoes do not wear as well as they did ten
You know that they cost you a great deal more.
Leather men say it is because there are not enough hides; that people do
not eat enough beef; and that farmers do not raise enough cattle.
Hides are scarce enough, in all conscience, but there are other reasons
when you look for them.
If you are wearing any other shoes than Endicott- Johns on shoes you are
probably paying profits to four middle men before you get the shoes on your
feet the Hide Trust profit, the Tanners' profit, the Leather Jobbers' profit
and the Wholesale Shoe Dealers' profit. Don't you think it would -pay you
to buy shoes made by the only concern in the United States that tans its own
The only shoe house that makes every part of the shoe on the premises
and builds its shoe from the ground up, independent of all trusts
A concern that deals directly with your home merchant and saves jou
the middlemen's profits'?
People in a great many other cities have found that it pays them.
It's no experiment.
Endicott, Johnson & Co. are not a small concern, v likely to be gobbled up '
by some combination.
They have become the biggest manufacturers of shoes in the world
thanks to their policy of "Hide to Wearer."
Their styles are right up to the minute. They have the best designers
and shoemakers in the business. They make all shapes and sizes.
An Endicott-Johnson shoe is soft and pliable to the foot; but firm, and
solid, retaining its shape.
One of their great specialties is the ENDWJbiLL line a shoe for men,
- that retails for $3.00, $3.50 and $4.00, looks like $4.00 to $5.00 and wears bet
'ter. They make shoes for less money than this, and for more.
They tan the leather for every shoe with the one idea of insuring the best
Service to the wearer.
Now, it is for you to say whether.you want this liQnest tannage this
solid shbemaking this clean-cut style and high-class workmanship all for
less money than you are now paying (50c to $1.00 a pair less) and with bet---'
ter wear, mind you, than you have had in a shoe for the past tehyears.
You can have it if you want it and if there are enough people like you in
your town that want it.
Your name on this coupon is a protest against middlemen's profits on
. your shoes and trust methods in the hide and leather business. And it is a
vote for lower prices and longer service in every pair of shoes you buy for'
yourself or your family.
Mil out the coupon below and return it to Endicott, Johnson & Co?, En-;dieott,N.Y.
Check Those Gray
Hairs .as Jhey Appear
Now do not wait until your hair is full
HAY'S HAIR HEALTH will restore
them to their natural color in no. time.
Used regularly, keeps the hair soft,
beautifully glossy, and entirely free from
dandruff germs. IS NOT A DYE.
Send 2c for books "The Care of the Hair and
Skin." Philo Hay Spec Co.,Newark, N. J., U.S.A.
REFUSE AU. SUBSTITUTES
$1 and 50c. bottles, at druggists
FOR SALE AXD RECOMMENDED BY
KNOBLAUCH DRUG CO.
TO EXTEND ROAD TO ,
FOOT OF MOUNTAINS
ico and Rev. Mr. Bell will take "his
Jas. Edwards, lost 'his Jersey milk
cow from alfalfa bloat-
Jlr. and Mrs. Killough, of Langrtry,
Tex.. w!ho visited at the 'home of Mrs.
J. "W. McCutcheon, have returned home.
F. P. Sproul has contracted with
William Babb to drill a well on his
farm, one and one-half miles east of
town. William Babb has just com
pleted a well for Harry Grearson, who
has a fine supply of water.
E. H. Carlton is preparing to drill
a well on his farm joining town.
J. C. Powell sold a car of horses
and mules to Mr. Lovelady, of San
Antonio, Tex. They were shipped from
Marfa to San Antonio, Tex.
FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR
PUBLIC DOMAIN SURVEYS.
Surveys In Arizona In Future to Be
Under Surveyor General's
Tombstone, Ariz., Oct. 14. The sur
veyors of this city have received ad
vices from the surveyor general that
he has been informed by the depart
ment at Washington that a fund of
10,000 is available for the purpose of
.making surveys of the public domain
in Arizona under a new system which
has been adopted.
The surveyor general states tnat con
tract systems have been abolished and
that surveys will in the future be made
under the' surveyor general's office by
government surveyors. One of the ad
vantages urged in favor of the new
svstem is that it will abolish the de
lays which have heretofore obtained
under the old system of making bids
for surveys and the awarding of con
tracts. The adoption of the new sys
tem, states the surveyor general, cre
ates a demand for government survey
ors! and an examination for eligibles
will he nad in Phoenix In the near future.
Pecos Valley Southern May
Eeaeli Projected Term
inus by Dec. 1.
Pecos. Texas, Oct. 14. W. L. Carwile,
president of the Pecos Valley Southern
railroad, is in Pecos, in connection
with the extension of his railroad south
from Saragosa to Balmorhea. It is
announced that the line will be imme
diately constructed to Balmorhea, and
from that town to a point five miles
south of there at the foot of the Davis
The rails for this additional con
struction work were shipped from Illi
nois week before last, and are expect
ed in Pecos almost any day. The ties,
wnach were ordered from Louisiana, are
also on their way here. It is the inten
tion of president Carwile and asso
ciates to have the line extended not
only to Balmorhea, but to the Davl3
mountains, the southern projected ter
minus of the road, by December 1, this
This line of railroad, for the con
struction of which the citizens of Pecos
gave an outright bonus of $100,000, has
been running trains into Saragosa for
the past several weeks, and a .very
nice town has been built up at Sarago
sa. However, owing to various and un
avoidable delays, tne road has not -yet
been able to get into Balmorhea, a
town which is the center of activities
in the irrigated districts, at the foot
of the Davis mountains. ,
The charter of the Pecos Valley
Southern railroad calls for a terminus
at either Marfa or Alpine, and It is
understood that a survey has - been
made to cross the Davis mountains,
and one or the other of the Ko South
ern Pacific points will 'e made tne
terminal point of that end of the line.
DALHART MA? GET
Hereford & Gulf to Bun
There Many Land Seek
ers Coming From ISTorth.
Dalhart, Texas, Oct., 14. Dalhart is
to have an additional railroad, making
five in all. Tne Commercial club is in
possession of information that the
Hereford & Gulf will extend to Dalhart
in the near future. Representatives
bf that company are now in the field
securing right of ways leading to Dal
hart. E. D. Kelty, manager of the South
western Land company here, says he
has information from 75 of his agents
throughout the northern and eastern
states that more landseekers will visit
this part of tne country this fall and
winter than ever before. t
A wagon load of white yams, grown
near Dalhart, was retailed at 4 cents
per pound, finding ready sale. The
peculiar feature is their great size, some
weighing 10H pounds. Grown under
natural conditions and without irrigation.
Endicott, Johnson & Co.,
Endicott, N. Y. ' -.
Dear Sin : ,
I would like to have Endicott-Johnson slfoes sold in this town. My
choice of a dealer would be ' l
OUTPUT OF SUGAR FACTORY
IS FIFTY THOUSAND BAGS.
Tombstone, Ariz., Oct. 14. The en
tire run of the Arizona beet sugar fac
tory at Glendale was well granulated
and is satisfactory. Fifty thousand
bags of sugar were made this year,
y vwv' , j f-.iBrPmStPlKl-r'''TfKi
oi wmcn suou nags nave already been
sold. The run lasted two months ana"
rthe 50,000 bags will more than supply
the territory for the year. It is there
fore necessary to seek a market out
side for toe sugar and this was one of
the reasons for the testing of the sugar
in syrups," so that it can be put in di
rect competition with the cane sugar
wherever that may be found.
The entire output of the factory is
in every way good sugar and the run
this year may be said to be the most
successful the factory has ever had.
To buy your hay, oats, grain,
flour, seeds, etc., is here if
you want the best quality at
the right prices. We solicit
a trial order to prove how
well we can serve vou.
FIXDS AXCIEXT RUINS IX
, 3IARSHAL PASS COUNTRY.
Dr. FeTvkes Says They Are Probably
500 Years Old andAre "Well
Tombstone, Ariz., Oct.1 14. Dr. J. W.
Fewkes, well known in Tombstone and
the southwest, has retuijiied ?o-.Plag-
Nadine Face Powder
Produces aBeautiful Complexion.
staff from a trip of over 200 miles to
tne Marshal Pas's country. The doctor
is connected with the Smithsonian in
stitute at 'Washington. In describing
the new wonders, he says that they
are among the largest and most per
fectly preserved ruins of the ancient
race in the southwest, and he esti
mates they are approximately 500 years
old. One mammoth cave has an open
ing of about 600 feet in front and ex
tends back Into the cliff about 100 feet
The cave contains from 75 to 100
rooms, all built of adobe brick. The
bricks are made of mud and straw and
are about two feet long and four inch
es tnick. Altogether there are over
14, separate" and distinct two story
"houses oYtfiis kind, and only one
which wis'iruilt of rock.
STEEL IS "RECEIVED FOR
- FQRT DAVIS COURTHOUSE.
In Green Boxes
G. Seeton & Son
Third and Chihuahua Sts.
THE soft, velvety appearance remains
until washed off. Purified by a new
process. Harmless as water. Pre
vents sunburn or return of discolorations.
Whitt, Flesh, Psnl, Brunette. 50c by Toilet Counters
or Mai! Money back if jiot entirely pleated. Prepared by
NATIONAL TOILET COMPANY. Parts. Tarn
Sold- by Kelly & Pollard and Otn'er
Several New Wells Are Sunk; Many
Cattle Shipments to San Antonio;
New Teacher for Mexicans.
Fort Davis, Tex., Oct. 14. The Falls
City Construction company has just re
ceived 11,000 pounds of steel to be used
in erecting the new court house and
J. C. Powell killed two large pan
thers on his mountain ranch north of
Mrs. E. Gouldrop has returned, after
an extended visit to Canada.
W. J. Ward, teacher of the Mexican
school, resigned and Miss Sallie Hy
ler, of Uvalde, Texas, has arrived to
take his place.
I. Mixan and Roy Powell are in
Louisiana disposing of two cars of
horses for J. C. Powell.
Hairold Tompon has just completed
a new well, getting plenty of water at
79 feet, and is having rock hauled for
the foundations of his new residences.
The mew seats for the Methodist
church have been Installed.
Rev. Mr. Allen, Methodist minister
for three years at this place, has been
moved by the conference to New llex-
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jj Buys Any New Style Lj
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m New Hats for WJ j
LJ Men The Latest Wl New Millinery
TS Fall Shapes I T Women J
rl $i.so to $4 I $3 to $12 ' rj
N Something New! t
l2 Here is some good news about our Men's j
STa We are getting an early start this season. P
Hj The new styles have arrived, and they are "" T
jTl smart, classy effects from the. first stitch to the jj
PI last button.
jj You'll like them because they are new. And C
T the prices, as usual range all the way from J
M $10 to $30. Lj
STS Q $1.00 a week is plenty here. Tj
l$! Note: Some of the finest Tailored Suits of the season
g are now being shown in our Women's Department. j
jLI Splendid Assortments from '$12 to $35. L
H 216 S. El Paso Street
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The Farmer's Watch That Is
True and Strong
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Why not own one that you know is always right?
You need never miss the train if
you carry this watch. On the road,
in the field everywhere, all the
time in heat or cold, drought or
storm, you can be sure it will run
true to the second, no matter how
jarred or roughly handled.
You can very seldom compare
your watch with a jeweler's clock.
G. M. WHEELER MODEL
The cost is moderate but for accuracy, long service and beauty, this
watch cannot be beaten at any price !
The very next time you go to town, stop at your jeweler's, and he will
gladly show you the 17 Jewels, which prevent all pivots from wear; the
Compensating Balance, which automatically adjusts the watch in changes
of temperature; the Mlcrometric Regulator, which cannot be accidentally
moved j the rigid construction, strong mainspring, the fine finish, handsome
case, and all its other good points. It is cased and timed at the factory.
You will really be surprised how so valuable a watch can be sold at the price.
Price of Movement Only, $17.
In Filled Gold Cases, S30 and up. In Solid Goia Cases, $50 and up.
Kvery man and woman should own an Eltfn Watch. There are many models, priced ac
cording to the case and the works, and all fully guaranteed. Jewelers everywhere sell tham.
ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH CO., Elgin, Illinois.
DISTRICT COURT OPEXS
ITS SESSIONS AT ODESSA.
Light Rain Fall, Public Scfcool Has
300 Pupils Enrolled Large Cattle
Shiiments to the North.
Odessa, Texas, Oct. 14. District court
has been in session for two weeks and
many important cases are being dis
posed of. The grand jury has been
especially busy and will probably oc
cupy four weeks' time in clearing up
A slow rain fell and while considered
tco late to help grass much, will bring
plenty of weeds. Many cattle are being
moved to northern pastures, but what
are left will winter well.
John T. McElroy is shipping steers
to the north. In all he will move about
The Herkiner mercantile establisa
ment has been sold to Davis Bros. Mr.
Herkiner has been in business in
Odessa since the opening of the town,
and has built up a. good, substantial
Odessa's public school has now 300
pupils enrolled. It was found neces
sary to employ one more teacher, and
Miss Thrasher of Austin, Texas, a
graduate of the state university, was
given the 'high school language work.
Odessa has a 20,000 school building,
with every modern convenience, a corps
J of seven teachers, the largest school
fund of any county In thej west, and
always a full 10 month, term.
J. C. Harvey fell and broke two
bones of his left leg.
Spence Jowell sprained his ankle
while working at the stockyards.
"Work on the streets is going on and
before long Odessa will boast of the
finest streets of any little town on
Geo. B. Ely sold two sections, nine
miles west of town, to J. N. McGeehee
at $10 per acre.
Martin Bros, are moving 500 cows
to pasture in Andrews county.
TO TELEPHONE CALLS,
EL PASO TRUNK FACTORY
Bell Trunks, Bags and leather Goe&s AHte.
1054 Made, Repaired and Exchanged. 19SS
We store goods. Opp. PostoSice, across Plaza
508 & 629
A. E. RYAN & CO.
0PE2T ALL ZHGHT.
212 SAK AlfTONIO ST.
RURTON-LIHGO CO., FIRST & KANSAS STS
BELL 50; AUTO 1050
WE REPAIR EYERTTHING.
Kev and Lock "Work, Guns, Pistols, Umbrellas and Bicycles. Agents Cleve
land Bicycles and Emblem Motorcycles. Record: Chicago to New Tork, 999
Miles, in 35 hours.
EL PASO REPAIR SHOP, 20S Sorih Stanton Street. PAoae Bell 13.
FOR TENTS AND CAWIP SUFPLIES
Before buying get our prices. TVe can save you money. TTe are manufac
Eli PASO TENT AXD ATVNIXG COHPA5T,
312 S. El Pas St.
'Smith Ice Cream C.
FAMILY ORDERS PROMPTLY DELIVERED.
202 Texas St
SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS AND DENTAL SUPPLIES.
Jr EL PASO BRICK CO. ?
E0LL0W BLOCK AND PARTITION TILE; ALL SIZES
P. 0. Box 136. Prompt DeliTery
HACK and BAGGAGE
-Will be un right away." LONGWELL'S TRANSFER
116 to 120 San Francisco St. Careful Men.
v Bell 1 Auto 1001
lAGGAGE and MOVING
"We're there in just a minute." Storage and Packing by careful men at-rijnt price.
BELL 1054. 0D0MS TRANSFER. AUTO 1966
CASH OR CREDIT
A IilTTLE MONEY goes a long wa ys here.
H. L. STEWART FURXITrilE CO.
310-312 South Stnntcn. Belt G32; Auto. 218
AGENTS FOR THE EASY RTJXN' 1XG WHITE SEWING MACHINE.
RETAIL GROCERIES WHOLESALE
Mail Orders Given Prompt and Special Attention.
307-309 E. Overland St.
Secret, Pfompt and Accurate. Efficient Service. Reasonable Rates.
RING 1362. CONTRACT DEPT.
409 South Santa Pe St.
Bell Phone 1403. Anto. Phone 1405.
The El Paso School for Girls
Announces the opening: of all regular courses. Special classes in Physical Ed
ucation, and in Music are now belnc or Eranized. Tht Principal mav e seen at
any time- by appointment. ?
1111-1115 Terrace St Sunset i Heights. Telephone 2120 M.
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