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Friday, November 4, 1910.
EL PASO HERALD
Mr. and Mrs. "VT. it Brown, Mrs
J. Glasgow and Francis Moore.
The Prize Winner.
The "White swan car, the favorite
from the first time it paraded past tho
stand, was H. C. Myles's Winton tix,
driven by Ernest Myles. It was a mass
of white, the body being heavily
draped with paper flowers, large fes
toons of white ribbon and with two
paper swans out In front, to which
were attached, satin ribbons. The
driver wore a white flannel suit and
the bevy of girls wore all white with
white beaver hats and plumes. Tins
car was the popular choice for first
prize in the gas division and was given
an ovation when it was awarded he
silver cup. Those who rode in the
Myles car were: Misses Kathleen Myles,
"Wanda Race, Ann Lee Gaines, Henri
etta Buckler, Frances Clark and Lil
Hobble Skirt Car.
A hobble skirt car, TT. J. Buie's
Bulck, was decorated with pale blue
and white, with a "maid" in a hobble
effect on the rear, the color of the
gown corresponding to the colors of
the decorations on the car. The hobble
"maid" was Engene Ferguson. Occu
pants of the car were Misses Josephine
Ray, Irene Ferguson and Gladys Bule-
Fire was represented by the "W. H.
that you can eat is better
than a whole lot that you
cannot get your teeth
through. J?or your own
benefit and ours, give our
meats a trial.
-Special Prices For
Loin Steak, 1 g?
Prime Rib "Roast, lOl
per pound &2&
Legs of Mutton, -l y-
per pound v 2
Chuck Steak -and ?G
Roast, 3 lbs. for... OC
Spring Turkeys, Live or
Choice Milk Fed Veal .
Butter and, Eggs
Harris and Bacon
J. C. Peyton
SUCCESSOR TO ROBINSON'S
Phones Bell 251; Auto 1234
114 N. Stanton
Every Woman Can Have It
By Using Parisian Sage
Guaranteed by Kelly
There Is a reason for the phenomenal
fcale of Parisian Sage in the United
States since it was first introduced into
America, and the sales this year are
breaking1 all records.
And the reason is plain to all: Paris
Ian Sage does just as advertised.
Ask; Kellr & Pol
lard about it. They
-will tell you that
they rigidly guaran
tee it to cure dan
druff, stop falling
hair or itchingr scalp
in two weeks, or
But one thing that
has made Parisian
Sage so famous is
Its peculiar power
to turn the harsh,
that many women
possess Into luxuri
ant and radiant
hair in a short i
time. "Women of re
finement the coun
try over are using it
and it never disap
points. Sold by leading drug-gists everywhere
and in El Paso by Kelly & Pollard for
50 cents a large bottle. The girl with
AAiburn hair la onevery package.
m "Pes SC-'CBes
DDE AT F
I Hawkins Reo car, decorated in flame
colored bunting-. It was driven by .air.
Hawkins and was occupied by Misses
Mary Leighton, -Beulah Brown, Birdie
Hawkins and -Mrs. "W. H. Hawkins.
Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Bernard drove
their Reo runabout, which was decor
ated In red and white colors.
The Electric Cars.
The electric division was small, but
the cars were artistically decorated
and it was a close competition for the
first prize In this class. Cupid's own
car was judge J. E. Bowen's AVaverly
electric limousine. It was covered
with red hearts and festoons of rib
bons with white, live doves attached
to the ends of the ribbons. On the
front of the car Cupid, represented by
little Kenneth Dubose, rode in state
and threatened the nccunants of the
I srsLR cars with his: arrows. On the rear
of the car appeared the sign, "Oh you
fair! My heart is with you." The car
was driven by judge Bowen, dressed
in evening- clothes and accompanied by
Mrs. Bowen also in evening- costume.
The advent of winter was heralded
by Mrs. Marguerite Buckler Steven
son's Fritchley electric limousine,
which was covered with cotton to
represent snow and frost. The car
was covered with small electric light
bulbs, which "were flashed as the car
glided past the stands. Miss Josephine
Clardy accompanied Mrs. Stevenson in
the car, each wearing "white gowns
with red turbans.
The Carrlegre Division.
The Os-Aple carriage led the car
riage division of the parade. This was
decorated with green and white,
smilax having been used to trim the
body of the carriage and the wheels.
Tiny electric bulbs were concealed
among- the smilax and twinkled as the
carriage moved. R. L.. Daniel drove
this carriage and was accompanied by
Mrs. Daniel and his daughter, Miss
The only entry in the pony carriage
class was that of Miss Pearl Ponsford,
the daughter of H. T. Ponsford. Her
rig was decorated in the national col
ors and Misses Edna Scotten, Sadie
Ponsford and Manuel Ponsford rode
Dr. Anna Reum drove a single phae
ton decorated in warm, rich red, with
bells attached to the back of the car
riage. The effect of Dr. Reum's black
gown and the black coat of the hor.-c
in contrast with the red of the decor
ations was striking.
A Japanese rig, a one horse carriage
decorated In large yellow chrysanthe
mums and with the occupants dressed
in Japanese costumes, with the girls
carrying parasols, was a feature. This
carriage was also lighted by small
lamps concealed in different parts of
the decorations. Misses Calhoun, Milly
May Bond, Ada Llndop and Mrs. J. B.
Dubose rode In this rig.
Pomeroy's tallyho, with "William H.
Buck as whip, was occupied by 11 girls
dressed in white. They were' Misses
Blanch Davis, Elenor Eubanks, Lillian
Crawford, Edith Roberson, Milda "Con
nolly, Maggie Davis, Amorett Cobb,
Jennie Davis, Tollie Bailey, Pauline
Bryan and Hazel Davis.
The judges who awarded the prizes
In ithe auto and carriage divisions oc
cupied the stand In front of the grand
stand and examined the turnouts as
they passed In Tevlew. The judges
were: Mrs. F. -C. Searle, Mrs." J A.
Happer, Col. A. C. Sharpe, V. R, Stiles
and A. P. Coles.
The results of the awarding were:
First prize, a cup for the best deco
rated gasoline car, H. C. Myles's swan
car; second prize, a cup for the gaso
line class, "W. R. Brown; third prize for
gasoline cars, Arthur Malette: ihonnr.
1 able mention, W. J. Buie.
-birst prize, cup for electrics, Mrs.
Marguerite Buckler Stevenson; second
prize, judge J. E. Bowen.
First prize, a cup for the best deco
rated carriage, R. L. Daniel; second
prize, Mrs. J.-B. Dubolse.
First prize, a cup, for the pony class
Miss Pearl Ponsford.
First prize, commercial class, Pom
First prize, saddle horse, Mrs. Burle
The mounted division of the parade
was led by Dr. and Mrs. Burleson Sta
ten, mounted on gray and white horses
and wearing black and white costumes.
Dr. Staten rode Tennessee Fox and
Mrs. Staten Kentucky Granite, the
horse show favorites. Behind Dr. and
Mrs. Staten rode a number of young
people of the city. The El Pasoans who
participated in this part of the parade
were: Misses Martha Thurmond, Kath
erlne Coles, "Virginia Semple, Gladys
Dyer, Hallie Irvin, Gertrude Ellis;
Messrs. Ralph Henderson, W. K. Marr,N
C. B. Feagan, Herb Buckner, Edgar
The Municipal band headed the nexi
division, which consisted of the El Paso
Military Institute cadets in their fa
tigue uniforms, and carrying their
arms and side arms. The Parker show
band headed the commercial class, led
by the Wells Fargo express prize win
ners and followed by cowboy ropers
and riders who were yelling their loud
est and roping each other.
The Commercial Class.
The commercial class included the
following: W. B. Haroer. nlanos:
J Myer Buggy company; Boston store.
float. W. H. Tride drove the Wells
Fargo & Company's black single horse,
while J. D. Elliott drove Tobe and Bert
who won the blue ribbon in the draft
iiorse class at Monday's horse show.
Atwood & De Shazo had an automobile
which was brought to El Paso eight
years ago.They used it for advertis
ing real estate.
There came near being a serious ac
cident in the judge's stand while the
parade was passing. The wire which
was stretched for the horses to finish
Under, caught on the big Wells Fargo
wagon, and the entire upper part of
the judges' stand was pulled over on
the heads and the live electric wires
dragged to the ground.
Col. A. C. Sharpe, of Fort Bliss, was
struck by one of the timbers and his
head slightly cut. The stand was deco
rated with strands of' electric lights
and the accident came near causing a
panic because of the danger from the
live wires, but the power was cut off
from these wires and the parade con
tinued without serious interruption.
C. E. Gibson and Will Fraser, as the
two hoboes who. established a camp
alongside' chief rOs-Aple's float, were
"arrested" by officers Caplinger and
Parsons, and put off the track into
the judges' stand. They came back
and presented a lard bucket to the
swan car for the unofficial award.
. Red Fire Illumination.
The red fire effect was a solution
II AMD MARKET
Corner Boulevard and Kansas
The cause of lower grocery prices in El Paso, and the
cash buyers seem to appreciate it. They are telling
their friends and neighbors and sending us new cus
tomers everyday. Try us once and you will be a regu
Bell Phones, Grocery Dept., 884-844-823
Meat Dept., Bell 865; Auto 1691
Blue Eibbon Flour (best made) 48-lb. sack $1.65
Blue Ribbon Flour (best made) 244b. sack 85c
Blue Ribbon Butter (none better) per lb 35c
Blue Ribbon strictly fresh Kansas Egs, per doz.. 35c
New Evaporated Peaches, per lb ... : 10c
2SJew Evaporated Apricots, per lb 17 c
New-Prunes (very largest size) 2 lbs. for 25c
IsTew Prunes (medium size) 3 lbs. for 25c
New Cooking Figs, 3 lbs. for 25c
TRY OUR MEAT DEPT. FOR GOOD MEATS '
New Smoked White Fish, 2
Fresh Oysters everv day by
Extra nice plain Hams, per
Home Made Pork Sausage,
New Pink Beans,
3 lbs. for
New Xavy Beans,
3 lbs. for
New Lima Beans,
3 lbs. for
New Full Head Rice,
3 lbs. for
Xew Black Eyed Peas,
3 lbs. for..
Xew Pearl ileal,
6 lbs. for
Xew Yellow Meal,
6 lbs. for
Xew Bulk Grits,
6 lbs. for
Xew Xational Oats,
Xenv Balston's Buckwheat
Flour, 2 pkgs. for
Xew Balston's Pancake
Flour, 2 for
Xew Pure Buckwheat Flour, A F?
I 5-lb. sack for TrO w
Mail Orders Filled Same Day Received
Deliveries Leave 8 A. M., 10 A. M., 2 P. M., 5 P. M.
Eyst ers C. 0. D. Grocery
Oor, Kansas & Boulevard. Leaders in Lower Prices
There Is Choice In
Suit or overcoat gives you '
first choice of the classiest
clotlies made in the world.
Sold only by
Bob Moore & Co.
Opp. the P. 0.
of the lighting problem for the Os
Aple parade. The illumination was in
charge of "Willson, the fireworks man,
and lie kept -the red fire blazkig around
the track and in front of the stands
during the entire parade.
The Os-Aple parade was organized
and given under the direction of E. E.
Neff, assisted by H. C. Myles and, Rob
A. Moore. Mr. Neff was also assisted
by Henry Schaffer, who devoted much
of his time to getting the entries for
the big parade. -
Chiefx Os-Aple presented the silver
cups in person to the winners in the
different prize classes. The Chief (Eob
Page) looked twice as tall in his In
Police chief Ben F. Jenkins, who
rode his pet white horse Prince, which
was formerly used by fire chief W. W.
Armstrong, had a bridle which was
3Ar.ftt A.3 n oI1ttt moflp frnm silver
dollars by a Mexican workman in El
Paso. Assistant chief W. J. Ten Eyck
rode alongside the chief, while behind
were mounted officers Duran, Garner,
Simpson and Ware.
MADE ON POULTRY
Additional awards have been made in
the poultry department of the fair, as
Cock birds were declared disquali
fied, not complying with the require
ments; no awards.
Hens First prize, Dr. R. B. Homan,
El Paso; second prize, Dr. R. B. Homan,
El Paso; third prize, H. C; Marks, El
Cockerell First prize. Dr. F. P.
Miller, El Paso; second prize. Dr. R. B.
Homan, El Paso; third prize, H. C.
Marks, El Paso; fourth prize, C T. Har
ness, Colorado, Texas.
Pullets First prize. Mrs. Lee O.
Paddock, El Paso; second prize, tie,
Dr. F. P. Miller, El Paso; second prize, ,
tie, .urs. jee u. -aaaoc., xui x-asu.
third prize, Dr. R. B. Homan, El Paso;
fourth prize,, Dr. F. G. Powrie, El Paso;
fifth prize, Dr. F. P. Miller, El Paso.
4 Breeding: Pens.
First prize. Dr. R. B. Homan, El
Paso; second prize, Big Springs Poul
try Tard, Big Springs, Texas.
No prizes were awarded to the third,
fourth and fifth pens. They did not
some up to the requirements.
TO SHOW TROPHIES
AT UP T0WSM3FFIGE
The three silver trophies ".that have
for 15c 1
express, per pint 25c
lb 20c j
per lb . 15c
Xew Comb Honey,
All kinds of Syrups for cooking and
for table use.
Best Eupion Oil for the oil
stove, 5 gals, for
5 gals, for
4 large rolls Toilet Paper
10 lbs. best Colorado Pota
toes for .
10 lbs. best Sweet Potatoes
2 large heads California Let
tuce for . . . .
Fancv larere Celerv.
2 for ".. IDC
Extra fine Mountain Apples ci g
4 lbs. for feiDC
Wine Sap Apples,
3 lbs. for
4 lbs. for ,
been won at El Paso fairs by Burt
and Tobe, the "Wells-Fargo express
horses, will be placed in a glass case
and kept on permanent exhibition at
the uptown offices of the company in
the First National bank building. At
the 1909 fair and exposition Burt ana
Tobe took the cup for heavy draft
horses, and Tobe took the cup for one
horse team. The team took the first
trophy atnhe present fair, the cup be
ing on exhibition at the "Wells-Fargo
The prize winners were seen In the
Os-Aple parade at the park fair grounds
Thursday night, in charge of James D.
Elliott, station agent of the express
company. Unless a pair of champions
develop before the fair of 1911, Burt
and Tobe will add a fourth trophy to
their collection, for Elliott says he Is
going to enter them and has money to
oack tnem on the fourth cup. Burt is
i euia uiu a.iu j.uue IS o, and DOtn
were purchased at Houston seyeral
years ago. The horses, wagon and har-
Many an EI Paso Household "Will Find
To 'nave the pains and aches of a
tad tack removed; to be entirely free
from annoying, dangerous urinary dis
orders is enough to make any kidney
sufferer grateful. To tell now this
great change can be brought about
will prove comforting words to hun
dreds of El Paso readers.
F. H. Wieland, 920 Wyoming St, El
Paso, Texas, says: "I can highly recom
memd Doan's Kidney Pills, as I found
that they live up to the claims made
for them. For a long time I suffered
from a pain in the small of my back,
nftnrt cfk cavaiA tViaf- T '.mil! a. .nAl
get about My kidneys were also di
ordered and tne secretions heoam i,n-
natural and too frequent in passage.
Reading about Doan's Kidney Pills, I
thought they might help me and began
their use, procuring my supply at
Kelly & Pollard's Drug Store. Tney en
tirely rid me of my aches and pains and
corrected the difficulty with the kidney
secretions. In view of the fact that I
have had no trouble since then, I hold
a high opinion of Doan's Kidney Pills."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other.
Genuine Mennen's Borated Tal
cum Powder, regular 25c boxes,
one to each, customer, 1g
Extra, good all wool coat sweaters for boys of 7
to 16 years. !Made in all colors, and color com
binations, and have two pockets. Regu- AQ
lar $1.50 value.
All Day Saturday Specials in the Boys' Dept.
Extra well made "Knickerbocker
Suits for boys of 6 to 16 years, some
styles with two, some with only
one pair of double seated Knicker
bocker trousers; $5.00 & A qq
and $5.50 styles for T J
Saturday only, we
Frank" suits for boys worth $8.a0 to $16.50.
AFTER SUPPER SALE MnTfWT AFTER SUPPER SALE
7 TO 9 O'CLOCK l "i 7 TO 9 O'CLOCK
TOMORROW NIGHT i mP,3P?i$f?nf!yj?5BWilr TOMORROW JTEGHT
ness of tne Wells-Fargo entry are val
ued at ?1200.
AWARDS MADE IN
Following awards on sheep have
Best ram 2yearsold or over First
prize, C. F. Moore, 321 Erie street, El
Best ram lyearold and under 2
First prize, C. F. Moore, Erie street,
Best ram,vany age First prize, XJ. F.
Moore, 321 Erie street, El Paso.
Ramboulllet Best ram 2years old or
over First prize, C. F. Moore, 321 Erie
street. El Paso.
Best ram lyearold and imder 2
First prize, C. F. Moore, El Paso.
Best ram lamb under lyearold First
prize, C. F. Moore, El Paso.
Best ewe, any age First prize, C. F.
Moore, El Paso. (Diploma.)
THE "GREAT BANDIT" AND
HIS FIREARMS; A FAIR STORY.
Two little girls, of about the gram
mar school age, were in the art ex
hibit room at the fair. They scanned
the offering with the keen scrutiny of
connoisseurs, but when they came to
the Lafayette exhibit, showing articles
taken from the room occupied by the
noted French general and American
benefactor, they were stumped and
their faces showed a blank and a
"Who is this fellow Lafayette any
how, I'd like to know?" asked one of
Memory of past history lessons
glowed dimly in the mind of one of
her companions, but the opportunity
of imparting correct historical infor
mation "was not to be lost, so she em
braced the hazard.
"Aw, don't you know? Ha was a
awful bandit what uaed to be In this
country." she replied, and the dra
matic conversation trailed off to the
Five Hundred Pairs of
In 7, 8 and 9 inch sizes
29c a Pair
On Sale from Z to 9 O'clock
HEBE'S a splendid bargain for Satur
day night shoppers! Mve hundred
pairs of nickel plated, patent tension
spring shears "will be offered at less than
half the usual price. These are in the
seven, eight and nine-inch sizes and are
Saturday night, 7 to 9 o'clock,
one to each customer
(On sale in Main Aisle)
$6.00 Silk Kimonos, $3,98
A special lot of extra quality full length',
silk kimonos will be the Saturday night
offering in the Ready-to-Wear Dept.
These are made of silks of all colors, with
pretty floral, Japanese and oriental de
signs, and edged with plain color satin or
silk. Eegular $5.00, $5.50 and $6.00 val
ues, one to each customer, o q q
IOr ,... . . ,.i. -,..-.(. .mla '",
Good quality black Kersey
made styles, in all sizes.
in the Shoe Dept- from 1 to
Regular 25c bottles of this
splendid dentifrice will be on
sale from 7 to 9, one
to each customer
Pretty little coat
vears. Made of
solid colors or
and $1.25 values,
will give a discount of 10
adventures of the great bandit chief,
whose flreanns were right there be
fore the very eyes.
MACKEREL FOR BREAKFAST.
We have fine 'salt mackerel. These
are sold 2 for 25c, also 3 for 25c Ar
doin's Market. Tel. S00, 801, 802.
It's Easy, Pleasant and Costs
But a Trifle.
How many readers of The Herald
know that in Inland Australia where the
mightiest of eucalyptus trees grow in
abundance, that "there is no consump
tion, catarrh or diseases of the respira
The refreshing balsam thrown out by
these trees fills the air and is breathed
into the lungs by the Inhabitants and all
germ life Is destroyed.
If you have catarrh you cannot go to
Inland Australia except at great ex
pense, but you can breathe right In your
own home the same pleasant, soothing,
healing, germ killing air you would
breathe if you were living in the euca
lyptus district of Australia.
Just breathe HYOMEI; it is made
from Australian eucalyptus and scien
tifically combined with thymol ana
other Listerlan antiseptics.
Pour a few drops of HYOMEI Into tho
inhaler and brftathe It. As It parses
over the catarfh Infected membrane It
kills the gcrrnjn and heals the raw, in
HYOMEI Is guaranteed to cure ca
tarrh, coughs, colds, croup and sore
throat, or mowy back. Complete outfit
including Inhaler $1.00. Extra bottles
of HYOMEI ccet but 50 cents. Sold by
Kelly & PollaVi, and druggists every
where. To break up sld in head or chest in
a few minutes, pour a teaspoonful of
Hyomei Into a owl of boiling water,
cover head and bowl vith towel ana
breathe the vap
by the manufacturer.
Overgaiters, perfect fitting, well
A real 50c value ;w21 be on sale
9 o'clock, one pair to a Q
Williams or Colgate's shaving
stick in neat nickel plated
boxes, 25c size, one to
each customer .. IOC
sweaters for children of 2 to 6
extra quaKty all wool vaxn in
color combinations; $100
School or Dress Suits
All wool suits for boys of 6 to 16
years, stylish coats with one or two
pairs of Knickerbocker trousers. In
styles and materials suitable for
school or dress. Eeg- aj q
ular $7.00 values f?3,OD
on all our "Ivan
FIXE FISH AT ARDOETPS
The fish for the Sunday dinner will
prove highly satisfactory i you buy
It here. Tomorrow vre have halibut,
rock cod, baricuda, black bass, flounder
and yellow talle. Ardoin's Market. TeL
800, 801, 802.
Sealshipt oysters at Ardoin's.
A. Hair's Breadtk Escape.
Do you know that every time you
have a cough or cold and let it run
on thinking It will just cure Itself you
are inviting pneumonia, consumption
or some other pulmonary trouble?
Don't risk It. Put your lungs back in
perfect nealth and stop that cough
with Ballard's Horehound Syrup.
Price 25c, 50c, and $1.00 per bottle.
Sold by Scott White & Co., 204 Mills
and Depot Pharmacy.
Good Automobile Tires
at Reasonable Prices
Fine, dnrabla tires, made by an indepen
dent rubber company. Give excellent Service
and save you about 50 per cent of tire cost.
Notice the followlns low prices: 2Sx3 $12.60,
30x3 $13.75. 2Sx3M $15.65, 30x31 $17.S0,
32x314 $1S.90. 34x3H $19.60. 30x4 $21.70,
31x4 $22.70. 32x4 $23.90. 33x4 $24.73. 34x4
$20.S0. S6x4 $28.S0. S4x4i-i $31.70. 36x4
$33.20, 36x5 $36.40. Ifanlop 15 per cent
above these prices. Fine Inner tubes 15 per
cent less than regular standard list. Goods
sent anywhere CL O. D. allowing examina
tion. Five per cent discount if cash accom
panies order. Telegraph orders promptly
ailed. State definitely style bead desired.
Money refunded If unsatisfactory. G1t6 them
a trial and you'll order more.
The Geyer Sales Company
23 BJmm Building, Dayton, Ohio.