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EL PASO HERALD
Wednesday, JsFov. 16, 1910.
is to be laid, but it -will be necessary
for the paving company to -wait un
til these are in the trenches and con-
nected before the hot stuff can, be put
aown. me same
Stanton for , the
As soon as the new North Kansaa
street opening1 is made the paving com
pany will connect Myrle avenue with
Mills street by paving the intervening
is true 01 soutn
Looks Like a Certainty That I
His Company Will Erect
Requests for bids on concrete construe
tion work to the value of $80,000 for j for heavy hardware and machines
the Fearson interests has made prac
tically certain the construction in El
Paso of the auxiliary plants of the
JIadera Lumber company, a. Pearon
concern, to utilize the byproducts of
the big Madera Lumber company's
mills at Pearson, Chihuahua, now in
course of construction. Local concrete
construction contractors have been
asked to submit bids for the construc
tion of large buildings to be made of
reinforced concrete to cost at least
$80,000, It is said.
Dr. F. S. Pearson, .head of the
Pearson interests in Mexico, was here
last Friday and inspected a number
of sites for the location of the paper
making and lumber finishing plants,
AT MONTEREY, MEX.
An El Paso construction company
has secured the contract for another
big warehouse in Mexico. Lee & "Wood
yard have b'een awarded the contract
for building a big storage warehouse
Monterey. George C. Robertson and
wife will go to Monterey Saturday to
remain until the building is completed.
Mr. Robertson will represent the su
pervising architects, Brubaker, Stern
& Ginson, of Indianapolis and El Paso,
who planned the structure.
San Elizario G. X. Garcia as mayor
of San Elizario to Jesus Lambrano,
4 1-4 acre tract; consideration $1.
Dated January 25, 1910.
Franklin Heights, Boulevard, be
tween Hutton.and "Williams streets
He stated that El Paso was his choice 1 A. E. and Amelia Bartlett to Ermie and
of a place to locate these mills and i Joe Ravel, lots 25 and 26. block 5;
that a site would probably be selected I consideration $5250. Dated November
providing one that was suitable could I 1 1910
be secured at a reasonable price.
EL PASO HOUSES
FOR LOS ANGELES
Civic Association Plans Get
ting Concrete Houses for
The Sectional Concrete Construction
company of El Paso is given the con
tract by the civic association at Los J option is .held by Clark & O'Brien. A
Licensed to Wed.
Newton Bone and "Vera
Jose Corralles and Felipa Ramirez,
WANT HOTEL LOCATED OX
EL PASO AND SAN ANTONIO.
Property owners on upper El Paso
street, Including the First National
bank, are making a determined nfforx
to have the proposed new hotel lo
cated on the corner of El Paso and
West San Antonio, Instead of on El
Paso and Overland streets, where an
Angeles for furnishing the working-
men of that city with economical and
sanitary houses. A movement has been
started in Los Angeles by the mem
bers of the various civic organizations
for the betterment of the living con
ditions of the -working class. The pro
Dosed nlan is to have the city- buy the
ground for the houses and have the j
organization advance the money for J
the construction of the houses.
J. H. Gobel of the El Paso company
Is in Los Angeles, and he has tele
graphed the company that the plans of
the "made in El Paso houses" which
are to be manufactured here and
shipped2-to all parts of the southwest,
were favorably received by the com
mittees' having this part of tho work
PAYING WAITS ON
LAYING OF MAINS
subscription list has been circulated,
and it is said that $200,000 will be-sub-scribed
for the proposed new site of
the hotel. )
Should the new site be selected it
will include the building where the
Happy Hour theater is now located,
the Kohlberg cigar store and the room
now occupied by the Guarantee Shoe
company. This would give a frontage
on both "West San Antonio and El Paso
streets and at the head of San Antonio
Unable to continue the work on east
Missouri street, to begin the work on
the -west end of the same street or on
the short piece of El Paso between San to the west side of the new Sheldon,
where -he sheet piling is being sunk
CONCRETE MIXER AND FLAT
CARS HELP IN SEWER WORK.
A concrete mixer has been set up
alongside of the S. P. tracks on Main
street to furnish concrete for the new
storm sewer, which is being built for
a distance of 660 feet parallel with
the railroad tracks and to connect .with
the Oregon street sewer. Strings of
-flat cars are also being ufed to re
move the dirt from the ditch.
The sewer which is being built down
Coney Island alley has been extended
Francisco' and Missouri, the Bitulithlc
Paving company is confining Its oper
ations to the paving job at the union
station, -where the south side of the
station grounds is to. be paved.
The water mains have been distrib
uted on the streets where the paving
where tbe sbeet piling is being sunk
pipe can be laid.
J. A. Thom of Bristol, Wis., who was
a classmate of Ray Smith at Wiscousln
university is visiting friends here.
OF CATTLE PLANNED
Thirty Thousand Head Said
to Hare Been Shipped
Tombstone, Ariz., Nov. 16. Another
large cattle shipment will shortly bs
made up from this section and the San
Pedro valley, 600 head of which will
be sent to California and turned into
the alfalfa, fields, and the remainder
will be shipped east and consigned to
the Cudahy Packing companr.
It is reported that Cochise county has
shipped more catle out of the terri
tory during the past four months than
tuy oiner subdivision. This shipment
will wind up the big consignments for
the year, there having been loaded and
sent from this county over 30.000 head
from various points in this section to
the east and west.
SHIPS 300 GOATS
TO MISSOURI FARM
Roswell Cattle Men Ship
From Toyah to Te.w
Roswell, N. M., Xov. 16. Dr. S. T;
Peter, who resided in and near Roswe 1
for years until about a year ago, will
ship from Roswell to his farm near si
Clair, -Mo., next "week. 300 nannie goats
that he has bought of Robt! Hurt, or
, James Sutherland nn tm .-...
John Q. Peck, Ernest Best and R c
X? 5?!"e.Gr,aves "hip cattle from
rTi.V8uey in Texas to Roswell.
gT2 2H500Dhe1ad ill be shipped to
S de,5r Peck and Best and tu"ed
onto the Chaves county range.
SHIPMENTS CONTINUE TO
Vq xtBE HEAVY W3I VAN HORN
oi,7 .rn' Texas' Nov- 16. Cattle
shipments from Van Horn are still in
creasing and enough cars cannot .be se
cured to supply the demand '
Mr. Snyder, of Colorado, has shipper,
out several cars of cattle east and Espy
Brothers shipped six cars to Fort
Armstrong & PeckhanA shipped mar-v
cattle to Roswell. buying the entire
stock of Cummings.
J. M. Dourity of Figure 2 ranch has
sold a string of steers which will be
shipped to Roswell.
Jndg Espy and Phill Smith nae
rone to Fort Worth with cattle.
Mrs-.R. L. Hill has been quite sick
Mrs. Evett, vfho was operated on by
Pi. Rosenberry, is slowlv imnrnnmr
A little shower of rain has settled the
dust foij one day at least.
Four government tents have been
pitched in town by a surveying corps.
BUY 1000 PAT COAVS IN
THE SACRA3IENTO MOUNTAINS
Mayhill, N. M.. Nov. 16. Geo. Moody
of Kansas City, KTans., bought 1000 head
of fat cows in the Sacramento moun
tains and drove them to L,akewood to
load on the A., T. & S. F. railroad.
Prices paid ranged from $15 to ?2S
aiany oi xne stocic men 'nave gone with
John Bell and party have returned
from El Paso where they disposed of
their carload of horses. They have re
turned for another carload.
- D. B. Keith and Roy Worlev came In
Friday Irom the plainer in Texas where
they had bee.u witn two wagon loads of
TAKE CAR OF HEREFORD
BULLS TO SONORA RANCH
Xogales, Ariz., Nov. 16. The Alamo
Cattle company crossed a carload of
jnorotfghored Hereford bulls at No-
gales for its ranch near Imuris, Sonora.
A. A. Hudgin, of Xogales, took 16
head of thoroughbred stock to the fair
at Phoenix and was awarded the fol
First premium for Jersey cow; first
and second premium for Jersey bulls;
first and second premium for yearling
herd; first premium for butter from
city dairy; second premium on junior
box, with patent measuring
tube9 which is both safe
and convenient for tourists.
BUFFALO BILL TO
LOCATE AT TUCSON
Report Says He Will De
velop His Arizona Min
Tombstone, Ariz., Nov. 16. According
to a letter received in Tombstone by
Herman Listtner, an intimate and clo,se
inena or uoi. w. jj Cody, better known
as "Buffalo Bill," that gentleman will
shortly taken up his residence In Ari
zona, possibly at Tucson, where he can
be within easy reaching d'istance of
his mines, situated in the San Pedro
mining district, northwest of Benson.
Mr. Cody has a very valuable group
of mining claims in this district and
has already spent in the neighborhood
of 100,000 on them in development
work alone, and it is his .intention to
resume operations on the group in a
very short time. According to 'informa
tion at hand, Col. Cody will leave his
show at New Orleans.
Special government examiner Jones,
connected with the department of com
merce and labor, is in Tombstone on
matters connected with his official po
sition. W. A. O'Connor, district attorney of
Santa Cruz county, is here from Nogal
es attending the. district court.
Judge Fletcher M. Doan has returned'
from Phoenix, where he has been at
tending the fall session of the supreme
court, of which he is associate mem
ber from the first judicial district.
BIG- BOOST MEETBTG
TO BE DECEMBER 1
The "get together" meeting of he El
Paso chamber of commerce -vv ill "be heid
Dec. 1, "but it also will be a "get to
gether" meeting of the whole southwest.
It is planned to invhe not only all mem-'
Ders and prospective members of the
local organization of business men, but
also those of the Las Cruces chamlr of
commerce, t'he Mesilla Valley Water
Users' association, and similar bodies in
this section J
The big speaker will be P. E Fuller, If your automobile liaS been
of Phoenix, who will speak on irrigation ,
irom puiniping plants.
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These Chilly Days Em
phasize the Immediate
Need of a Heating Stove
From now on there will be very few days warm enough to
be without heat of some kind in the house. In the evenings espe
cially a good warm stove will contribute more toward real home
comfort than anything else. ,
We want to impress on you that we are in a position to re
tail stoves of all kinds at lower prices t-han it will be possible
to find elsewhere. Whether you want a heating stove or a range;
a wood burner or a coal burner, we've got just what you need
and at a lower price than you are probably expecting to pay.
WSiile we are somewhat out of the way, the money savedby
buying a stove of us makes the extra walk, a secondary con
sideration. . r
5. W. Cor. Overland and Virginia Streets
Bell Phone 198 Auto Phone 1681
-TV. TV. Camp, a Pecos City banker,is 3t
We want to help every person who is suffering with Contagious
Blood Poison to get well. In a plain, commonsense way we want to
talk to you about S. S. S. and show you by simple, reasonable facts
that you can be cured by the medicine that has cured thousands of
others during the past forty years. We know S. S. S. will do for you
what it has done for others, and no sufferer of this disease need feel
despondent or doubtful about getting well if S. S. S. is used.
Every one knows Contagious Blood Poison to be a deep-seated
blood disease, an infection so penetrating in its nature as to affect every
corpuscle of the circulation. It spreads over the entire system and its
symptoms are manifested in every portion of the body.
Usually the first sign is a small pimple or sore, sometimes almost
unnoticeable, but this is a warning that the blood is being corrupted,
sand soon the circulation becomes so polluted that the mouth and throat
ulcerate, glands in the groin swell, the hair comes out, copper colored
spots appear on the body, and frequently sores and ulcers break out
on the flesh. No disease could produce such widespread effects
except one that thoroughly poisoned the blood; and no remedy can
cure such a disease except one that thoroughly purifies the blood and
rids the circulation of every particle of the virus.
This is just the reason S. S. S. is so successful in curing Conta
gious rSlOOa FOlSOn. 1 hlS medicine IS the PTeatest nf all hlnnH niiHfi Thos. Hall and Thos. Hyatt, promi-
ers, one that goes into the circulation, and drives out the last trace of LTnIl 2tS?uSS
poisonous matter, and thus destroys the source of the disease. S. S S are to be shipped within the next few
?5 rrmnf nfirlv nF -imo-tafla material ctMi oo nnto U.u ,a u i days.
w "--'"" WT 'tuuiv uuiv,iiui, ouui ao JUUW, 1IU ua aim uaiK.5,
cacii or wnicn nas direct ana
This Great Hair Grower Now Soid
A!! Over America.
TVhat do you think of the liberal
proposition that the Giroux Mfg. Co., of
Buffalo N. T., American makers of
Parisian" Sage, are putting up to the
readers of The Herald?
They know; they are absolutely cer
tain that they have the only real hair
grower, beautifier and dandruff germ
destroyer -n the market today, and
knOWiner this thfiv haro nnnti XT1
. ly & Pollard to state to every reader
oi xne Herald and to every person liv
ing in El Paso and vicinity that they
guarantee Parisian Sage to remove
every trace of dandruff; to stop falling
hair and itching scalp, Or money back.
And every one who reads this im
portant announcement should know
that Parisian Sage makes hair grow.
not only abundantly, but gives it that
lustrous appearance that all desire.
TOYAH CATTLE TO ROSWEIX: mo " , UL8L
losTenTtf C4?n eoRS? frm Btickiressorgreaie.
-os'neii, s. ai., ov. 1C George Mus- ifarsre bottl fin mto tt-.ii,- - -di-
caught in a smash-up, send
it to us and let us put it in
good condition for you. We
hare all modern facilities in
our repair shop and employ
only experienced and com
Change of Date
At the request of a great number of the musicians and music lovers of
El Paso, Tve have decided to change our regular "Weekly Concert" from
Thursday to Wednesday Evening.
Wednesday Eve., Nov. 16, 7:50 O'clock
Famous Solos, Concerted Numbers and Choruses.'
CARUSO, PAOLI, HTJGUET, ALBANI, CIGADA, PINT-CORSI, SCOTTI
AND LA SCALA CHORUS.
5th Victrola Concert
a WAI7 rnMPAMv
?? ej&j vi'Ai rii a n
Talking Machine Warerooms 103 El Paso St.
NOTE BRING YOUR REQUEST NUMBERS. fl
EL PASO BRICK CO.
P. 0. Box 135.
Dry Preaeei Stock
and Wire Cut Brick
HOLLOW BLOCK AND PARTITION TILE; ALL SIZES
Accessories and Supplies
615 3o. Campbell St.
M. B. Christy, Mgr. Both Phones ;
Ferrocarriles Nacionales De Mexico.
NATIONAL RAILWAYS OF MEXICO
grave nas gone to Toyah, Texas, to
spend several -weeks collecting a bunch
of cattle to ship to Ros-well.
Fifteen carloads of "Block" cattle
have b,een shipped from Riverside to
Charles Walker, Meadows, J. A.
Browning: and L.on Cottingham have
shipped 20 carloads of cattle from
Kenna to Kansas Citj.
, Fritz Brinck has shipped two car
loads of sheep to parties, at Kansas City
no Dong-nt tnem reconuv.
3ia:yy thousand head
of cattit: to be shipped
Demingr, N. M.. Nov. 16. Five thous
and head of cattle are at Seoar await-
i ing snipment by the Diamond "A"
Cattle company. Several thousand
head of cattle also are to be shipped
from iteming within the next few days.
Dear Sirs: I dida't fiad oHt tkat I &ad
ceetracted Contagions Blood Poisoa ratil it
bad made considerable beadway, aad forta
nately for me tie friend that I first coasslted
aad aad some experience witfe the disease,
aad adrised me to take S. S. S., so I didn't
fool with any doctors, but began at once tbe
ase of yoar medicine, taking it as directed.
My friend told me to stick to it, aad tbat
was wbat I did, and got aloag splendidly
free tae very first, and my recovery was
rapid. I took only aboat eae dozea bottles,
aad am bow as well as ever. Wken I began
S. S. S. ray face was so foil of sores and
eraptions tbat I could not stave, aad sow
tbere is sot -a blotca or pimple oh my body.
Tbere is nothing ia tbe world tbat can beat
S. S. S. for Blood Poison, aad I always
recommend, it for sneb cases. A friend of
sake is taking it bow, and is getting on nicely.
430 2-2 Feurta St, EY&asville, Ind.
Large bottle 50 cents at Kelly &. Pol
iara and druggists everywhere.
"I have used Parisian Sage for some
time and think it has no equal as a
h-air beautifier and scalp cleaner. No
more dandruff and faded hair, thanks
to Parisian Sage." Mrs. William Hog
lund, Sault Ste Marie, Mien., June 2.
The girl with the Auburn hair is on
every package of Parisian Sage.
specific, effect in purifying the
blood. It cleanses the corpus
cles of the circulation and adds
rich, health-building properties
to the blood. S. S. S. does not
attempt to kill the virus of Con
tagious Blood Poison in the
system, as the mineral treatment
is supposed to do. Every one
knows how nearly impossible it
is to kill disease germs in any
way. S. S. S. cures by RE
MOVING the cause from the
blood; nor does S. S. S. ever
produce any bad effects on the
svstem. on the other hand if I rlrrLA u tnr a. ..!. a :.j-I I
strengthens and builds up all
weak portions, and when it has
made a cure the person is strong
and well. Mercury and DOtash
always fail to cure Contagious Blood Poison, and in addition these
strong minerals usually affect the stomach and bowels, weaken the
general health, and sometimes produce chronic Rheumatism.
S. S. S. has cured many thousands of cases of Contagious Blood
Poison, and we believe the best service we could do any sufferer of
this disease is to recommend its use. You will not be disappointed,
and when its- work is done and the loathsome infection has been driven
entireiv out or vour svstem vou can feel sure there-, wi 1 h nn return p !
the symptoms. A person cured of Contagious Blood Poison by the use
of S. S. S. can rejoice in the knowledge that once more his or her blood
is untainted, and health ifl.all its cleanliness and vigor has been restored
to them. Home, Treatment book telling all about Contagious Blood
Poison and any special medical advice free to all who request it.
FIVE CARS OF CATTLE ARE
SHIPPED EAST FROM MARFA
Marfa, Texas, Nov. 16. Riley Smith
has shipped five cars of cattlg east.
Mr. Alexander and"iamily, of Lub
bock, Taxas, nave moved to Marfa to
make their home and 'nave rented one
of the newly erected cottages of Mrs.
Yates's. Mr. Alevander has purchased
a ranch m this county.
BUY 750 YEARIilXG STEERS
AT KEM FOR CHAVES RAXGB.
Roswell, N. M., Nov. 16. James Suth
erland and son, Theodore, are back
from a trip to Kei Texas, where they
bought 750 yearling steers and. a nufh
ber of cows from Sea & Tatum, and
have placed them ' on their Chaves
NEW 3IEXICO CATTLE 3IEX
INVESTIGATE MEXICO RANGES
Deming, N. M., Nov. 16. William
Bates of dliff was in Deming en route
to Old Mexico. He was accompanied by
Kit Coon and Bernard Miller, cattle men
and the three are going to Old Mexico
to look over rne country with the view
of starting in the cattle business.
TAKE BUNCH OF MARES TO
MOUNTAIN FOR THE "WINTER
Alto, N. M., Nov. 16. V7att and Matt
Gilmore left yesterday for their ranch
in the San Andreas mountains, taking
with them a buntfn of mares which
they will leave there for the winter.
IMPORT 10 CARS OF CATTL.E.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA; GA. of cattle Tuesday evening:
BUY CATTLE IN AUTO.
Nogales, Ariz., Nov. 16,. An automo
bile from a local garage took a bunch,
of cattle buyers to the San Rafael
Lady Says Welcome
Mrs. Guffey, of Broken Ar
row, Says Few Words
That, Mean Much.
Broken Arrow, Okla. "You are wel
come," says Mrs. Nora Guffey, of this
place, "to use my letter in any way you
want to, if it can be the means of in
ducing some suffering woman, to try
Cardui, the woman's tonic Since tak
ing Cardui, I am In better health than I
ever was, and that means much, be
cause I suffered many years with fe
male troubles of different kinds. "What
other treatment I tried, helped me for
a few days only."
Every woman would always,, keep
Cardui handy,, if she knew what quick
and permanent results it gives, in cases
where weakened vitality indicates the
need of a strengthening tonic.
Remember that Cardui is a purely
vegetable extract, composed of valuable
medicinal ingredients, which have been
found to build up the vitality, tone up
the nerves, and strengthen the woman
Cardui has been in successful use for
more than 50 years. .
Thousands of women, all over the
country, know by actual experience I
wnat it win ao ior tne ailments to
which women are peculiarly liable.
That it has helped others is the best
of proof that it will help you. Try it.
N. B. Write to: Ladles' Advisory
Dept., Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chat
tanooga, Tenn., for Special Instructions
and 64-page book, "Home Treatment fo,r
Women," sent in plain, wrapper, on re
quest. - '
Locate Yoar Office
Fire Proof Vacuum Cleaned
SE R VICE
3 High Speed Elevators, Best in
285 OFFICES ALL OUTSIDE
$15,00 to $35.00
READY FEB. 15th
Space Can Now Be Reserved.
Horace B. Stevens, Asent-
122 San Francisco St Phone 121
One of our New Tenants
Brown & Galloway
M Tl3 &ilW
Every woman knows that nothing Is more an
loylnjr or reflects more upon her reputation as
v careful housekeeper than rats, mice, cock
roaches, water bujjs, etc., in the house.
Every woman should know of the reliable ex
terminator for all vermin of this nature
Stcirns Electric Rat and Roach Paste. This
I aste is ready for use and drives rats and mice
out of the house to die. Put in sinks and oa
3belves at nleht, cockroaches and water bugs
are dead in tho morning.
Money refunded if it fails. 3 ounce box, 25c 18
ounce box. Sl.GO. Sold by druggists everywhere,
or sent express prepaid on receipt of price.
Stearns' Electric Pasta Co.. Chicago, 111. .
1 BROADWAY and 11th ST.
NEW YORK CITY
Within easy access of every point of in
terest. Half blcck from Wanamaker's.
Five minutea walk of Shopping District.
NOTED FOR: Excellence of cuisine,
comfortable appointments, courteous
service and homelike surroundings.
Rosms SI. 00 per day and l?
With privilege of Bath
$1 .50 per day and up
Table d'Hole Breakfast - SOo
WM.TAYLOR A SON. Ino.
YOU HAVE HEARD MUCH 01
OLD MEXICO I
But have you a definite idea of how wonderful it
really is? !Near
are marvelous ruins antedating the Ohristias era. In
are Catacombs similar to those of the Old World.
325 miles from El Paso, are the most famous springs
of all Mexico. Near
is magnificent Lake Ghapala, 75 miles long, 20 wide,
1 5000 feet above the sea. Then there is
"The most historic capital in the two Americas."
These and many other places of intense interest to
the traveler, the artist, the student. Throughout
Mexico are wonderful opportunities for the capital
ist or the man with " just a little ' to invest. For de
tailed information, special rates and literature ad
dress C. W. FISH, Traffic Manager. W. F. PATON, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agt.
Primera Calle Vergara No. 209, Mexico City, Mexico.
A. A. ESCONTRIAS, City Pass. Agent, Postal Cable Blag., El Paso, Texas
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