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Wednesday, Xov. 16. 1910. 5
COUNTY IS $40,338,592
Treasurer's Report Shows
$55,429.10 On Deposit.
UY THE BOY A NEW SUIT
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' a Popular Style IW
srljf P Here is a smart Regal model 4-f ? a
jdw m.& worn this season by the best-dressed fgLT fjm
W ifii men e United States. mS JB?
r$Ssy i $400
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Call at our store and we'll show you
many other clever Regal styles. All are
duplicates of expensive custom, models. They
have all the famous Regal quality that insures long
You'll have no difficulty in finding a style that suits
you exactly and we'll guarantee
perfect fit and comfort.
' Increase in Tax
The countv on Oct. 31 had $55,429.10
on deposit, according to the statement
or county treasurer J. W. Magoffin, and
this was found to be correct when the
funds on deposit in the First National
bank, were counted Tuesdav afternoon
bjT the county commissioners. The bal-1
ances are: i
Jury fund, $23,634.36; road and
bridge, $14,468.06; road improvement and
maintenance. $11.4GS.06; general fund,
$656.62; courthouse and jail fund,
$990.49: courthouse addition, $1686.24; 1
jail improvement, ?8b.dO: jail addition,
$1107.S3; funded indebtedness, $61S.31;
Ysletn fund. $12.83.
The inciease of taxable values in El
Paso count' the past year amounts to
$1,867,592, according to the tax rolls as
completed by assessor George Huffman
and approved late Tuesday afternoon by
the countv commissioners. The value
of El Paso countV realtv is $40,338,592.
In 1909, the valuation was $3S,471,0Qrt.
Of the increase in the tax rolls, about
$500,000 conies from the city and the
,balance from the county. About 674,
560 acres of former state land has been
listed fcT taxation in the countv.
At a Saving of More Than One-Third
This store is gaining an enviable reputation for low pricing. The buying
public is beginning to realize that everything we offer is goods of dependable
qualify at surprisingly low prices.
For tomorrow we especially call your attention to our sale of boys' cloth
ing. The values are just as we say and if you take advantage of this opportun
ity, vou wall profit in a manner to effect a decided saving.
215 S. L PASO ST.
NEW YORK ARE
Change in -Schedule Cuts the
Time-Fiom El Paso
Two fast mails between El Paso
and New York will be possible when
the new time card on -the Southwestern-Rock
Island system becomes ef
fective, November 20.
The limited train service over these
two systems now makes it possible for
El Paso business men to have a 67
hour service between El Paso and New
Tork. This mail leaves on the Golden
State limited at 12:45 and gets to New
York in time for morning- delivery
on the third day. When the new
schedule is in effect the train leaving
here at 5:25 p. m. over the Southwest
ern will reach New York at 5:30 p. m.
on, the third day) giving- a service of
.69 hours and 35 minutes, in addition
to the limited mail service going east
The mail leaving " El Paso on the
evening train will reach Chicago the
second day at o p. m. and will reach
New York the third afternoon.
cuts off 12 hours rfom the evening
mail run between the metropolis of the
southwest and that of the east.
There will be no material change in
the mail coming west from New York
on the train which will arrive here
over the Rock Island-Southwestern at
6:3S p. m. under the new schedule. This
will give an even quicker service than
the outging mail trains, as it will re
quire but 64 hours and 43 minutes
for the mail to reach El Paso from
New York. This beats the time of the
west bound limited mail train, as it
connects in Chicago with the slow
train from the east, while the morning
mails come on the IS hour train out
of New York. This service will con
sume 70 hours, deducting the differ
ence caused by the change, in time be
tween El Paso and New York, and New
York and El Paso.
IPfrenian Attempts to Run
Animal Prom Track; A
Hand to Horn Env
ANGRY MEN SHOOT
UP AN OIL TOWN
Shreveport, La., Nov. 16. Tom
Kickey was shot and badly wounded
by deputy sheriff Pink Taylor at Oil
City, Tex., north of here this morning.
Hickey was shot while resisting arrest
on a charge of selling whisky illicitly.
Following the arrest 100 men shot up
the town. Citizens are appealing for
protection and officers are en route
to the scene.
Sherman, Tex., Nov. 16
Improvement association adjourned
this afternoon after selecting Tex
arkana as the next meeting place and
endorsing New Orleans for the Pana
ma exposition. A resolution was
adopted to raise $15,000 to put a big
steamboat on the upper Red river.
Congressman jShepard was reelected
president; congressman Randall, vice
president, and Andrew Randall, secretary.
MOUNTED POLICE REPORT
TWENTY ARRESTS AT VAUGHN
Santa Fe, X. 21., Xov. 16 The mount
ed police have reported to territorial
headquarters that they made 20 arrests
at Vaughn, a railroad junction, point in '
Guadalupe count, including Walter Gar- j
lington, accused of being an accessorv
and accomplice in the murder of V. H i
Hargis, a commercial traveling man. A
lot of horses, which were stolen, were
also rounded up 03' the mounted police
$5 and $6
All wool, Panama skirts, in
the very latest models, neat
ly trimmed; they come in
black, blue and brown. Val
ues up to $0.00
$4.50 Skirts $2.45
Panama skirts, full side pleated panel, trimmed
with neat silk braid. Design comes in black,
brown and navy blue. Regular $4.50 values-1-
$2 50 and $3 Children's
. Bear Skin Coats $1,98
Children's curly bearskin coats, double breasted;
trimmed with brass buttons; come in white, gray,
brown and refl. 2 to 6 years; regular 2.50 and
J IUULU 5,.-
Sizes from 4 to 16 years
worsted and cassimexe mater
ials; come with brown and gray
stripes, also in plain colors;
with one and t-wo pair of
knickenbocker pants. Regular
$3.50 and $4.00 values
Special $2.95 t
$5 $6 Boys' Suits $3.95
Come in solid colors and mixtures, and some
striped effects; double breasted, some witi. two
pairs knickerbocker pants. Regular $5.00 and
$6.00 values N
$8.00 BoysSuiis $6.35
These suits are made with doable breasted coats
' and with one and two pairs knickerbocker pants.
These fabrics are strictly all wool cheviots, serges,
worsted and cassimeres, fancy woven and inter
woven stripes, checks, and herringbone design
Regular $8.00 values "v
219-221 South El Paso Street
Famous Doctor WIHSend a Special
Prescription For Any AHment
To All Who Write.
For the last ten years I nave had and still
haveone of thelargestpractlces of any physician
In the world. That I have been successful In
my profession is proven by thousands of cured
patieats In every civilized country. I can afford
to be generous, and It Is my earnest desire to
help every sick and afflicted person. I have
made a specialty of chronic, Ion? standing, stub
born diseases such as Rheumatism. Kidney
Trouble. Bladder Trouble. Femalft TrnnMn
Catarrh, Piles. Indigestion. Lung Trouble, Asth- J
"i uuuc:3, ncaxt iisease, -t-czerna, scror
ula. Lumbago, Impure Blood. Torpid Liver.
Diarrhoea, Constipation, Partial Paralvsls.
Chronic Cough. Neuralgia, Headache, Epilepsy.
Dizziness. Prostatitis, Malaria, Pimples, and
Dropsy. For nearly every disease to which flesh
Is heir I have perfected a prescription and have
proven It3 value in hundreds of cases.
If you are not in good health if vou suffer
from any disease, no matter what, I will send
yon a special prescription for your case entirely
free. If you want to be well to be free from pain
and misery If you want to be restored to the
bounding joy of perfect health this is an oppor
tunity you should not let pass. Simply drop me
a line telling me what disease or diseases yon
nave, or if you do not know tell me how you
feeL Remember it makes no difference what
your disease or whether it is mentioned above.
Do this and I will send youthe recipe in a plain
sealed envelope postage paid and free. Do it
today and you will be on theiroad to perfect
health. Address Dr. James TV. KIdd, 7-R Kidd
BIdg., Ft. Wayne, Ind. t4b
WOEENEE SAYS ROAD
WILL BE EXTENDED
Carlsbad, N. M., Nov. 16. W. 3.
"Woerner, telephone manager and direc
tor of the Bank of KKnowles. Is in
Carlsbad this week from Texico, where
he has been in conference with the di
rectors of the Rock Island railroad
relative to getting- the extension of the
road from Tucumcari to Knowles. Tie
stated' that Knowles would get the road
and that already over 500,000 has been
subscribed for the construction of the
road through the upper plains country.
Construction crews are at work both
north and south of Texico. The con-
Tnis j tractor having the work .in charge has
I placed $20,000 on deposit in the bank
j for a labor account as a starter.
I The exhibit car which is to be load
ed with fruits and produce from the
territory and exhibited in Chicago at
, the land congress, left Carlsbad with a
bale of long staple cotton and about
, sixty pounds of ginned cotton, which
i will be used for decorative purposes.
! The Carlsbad exhibit also contained 60
pounds of alfalfa seed, which was
grown here this season and which Js
graded as absolutely first class.
PASOAX SAYS HE
WAS ASSAULTED IX JUAREZ
A. jr. Arnot declares that Tuesday
night while he and a friend were in
Juarez a powerful Mexican appeared
"Are you an American?"
"Yes" was theanswefl
"American from the other side?" was
the next question, and, upon an affirma
tive answer, things began happening. It
is said that Arnot was knocked down.
Tne Mexican escaped.
SAYS WORK WILL SO OX
START OX ROAD TO HOPE
Artesia, X. M., Xov. 16. The propos
ed construction of a short line between
Hope and Artesia by local capital has
attracted the San Diego, El Paso & St.
Louis road, that has 200 miles of its
proposed line surveyed between El
Paso and , Artesia, passing through
P. A. McCarthy, of Dallas, engineer
in charge of he vork, -n a letter to Dr.
J. J. Clarke, corresponding secretary
of the commercial cluo, states that 500
-miles of the line won 11 be commenced
in the near future md tnat ltcal capi
tal should vlend Its assistance to a
FREIGHT DERAILMENT OX
XATIOXAL CAUSES BIG DELAY
On account of a freight derailment
below Casas Grandes, Tuesday morn
ing's National Railway train did not ar
rive in El Paso until nearly 8 oclock
Wednesday morning. However, a stub
brought passengers from Chihuanua,
and the departing train left on time.
ARE URGIXG GOV. HASKELL
XOT TO CALL EXTRA SESSIOX
Guthrie, Okla., Xov. 16. Great
pressure throughout the state is being
brought to bear on governor Haskell
to Induce him not call a special session
of the legisalture on December 2, to
change the location of the capitol to
Oklahoma City, as he declared ha
would do. It is believed he will let
the contest be decided by the regular
session in January.
"With the engine headlight as a spot
light, a man and a steer met in a hand
to horn combat about 14 miles out of
El Paso as Tuesday night's Drummer's
Special paused on the El Paso & South
western right of way' to see the fight.
As regards injuries, the man got quite
the best of it, but as for falls, the steer
came out victor. t I
Just as the mixed train had passed
Marathon engineer Andy Struthers saw
the form of a Texas long horn directly
in front of 'his engine. Instinctively, !
the engineer threw on the brakes, and
Mr. Steer galloped a safe distance ahead
of the engine. The engine and train
proceeded slowly and the steer ran on
between the tracks.
Fireman to the Fray.
Then it was rnat fireman H. -R.
Klinklesmith, better known as "Doc,"
rose up in all the manly glory of his
six feet three and said: "Lemme at
im.J The engine was stopped and the
fireman sallied forth to meet the ani
mal. In cowboy 'Sfashion, tne man
grabbed the steer by the tall, and at
tempted a "pretty throw." But the
animal wheeled quickly and butted
the aggressor fair in the breast. Down
went the man with the steer on top.
It appeared to those on the train
that the gallant fireman surely would,
be gored. But not so. A booted foot
shot out, and landed on a large, brown
nose, and with a howl ofpain the steer
retreated. But without more hesita
tion the animal charged again. The
fight had just begun.
Tvrtce Thrown, But Victorious.
Twice was the steer thrown to the
ground, once by a grip on either -horn tamed at the police station on charges
and once by a twist of horn and leS. of vagrancy. When arrested Tuesday
But three times was the man thrown to J night th had several r of unceJ
the ground. At last the steer charged , taln value and other property
and catching KHnglesmitn in the side j ,
f6"1..6 a" S?5 '?Ie fh Rev. J. W. Xewbrough. who U in
then the animal charged the engine,
once, twice, ramming the pilot with a
The Thrush's Song
TIMBER FALLS FROM MILLS
BUILDIXG UPOX GREEXWOOD.
As Erlma Gfeen wood was talking
with a friend in the street below the
new Mills building Tuesday afternoon
a falling piece of timber felled him. He
was removed to the office of Dr. J. D.
Love, where a long cut in his scalp
was sewed, and a bruise on the fore
NEW GOLF RECORD IS
MADE ATU20UNTRY CLUB
A new golf record has been established
for the Country club course. D.''S.
Livie, the club expert, made the course
in 76 Tuesday afternoon in a gaone with
P. J. Edwards. This is a record for the
course since it was lengthened 100 yards.
"RIXGS OX THEIR FIXGERS."
Ed Parker and Martin Fox are. de-
shatter of steel and horn. At last the
steer snorted a cry of victory and dis
appeared in the darkness. The big
fireman badly bruised but uos"naken,
climbed into the cab and the train pro
ceeded. Bent Any Bullfight.
Those few who saw the fight say that
it ha'd any bull fight faded for 60 cross
town blocks. Klinklesmith only
grinned. The steer has not been interviewed.
charge of the Baptist missions In Mex-
Ico, arrive'd Wednesday morning to at
tend the wedding of his daughter
which occurred at the Orndorff hotel
By WILLIAM SHABP.
TVHEN the beech-trees are green
In the woodlands
And the thorns are whitened
the meadow-sweet blows and
the yellow-gorse blooms,
I sit on a wind-waved spray
And I sing through the livelong
From the golden dawn till tha
sunset comes and the shad
ows of gloaming greyr
And I sing of the joy of the wood
And the fragrance of wildwocd
And the song of the trees and tha
hum of the bees
t In the honeysuckle bowers.
And tlje rustle of showers.
And the voice of the west wind
calling as through glades
and green branches ha
When the sunset glows over tha
More sweet rings my lyrical cry
With the pain of my yearning to
be 'mid the burning
And beautiful colors that Ha
'Midst the gold of the .sundown
Where over the purple and crim
son and amber the rose-pink
Sweet, sweet swells my voles
through the woodlands.
Repetitive, marvellous, rare;
And the songbirds cease singing
as my music goes ringing
And eddying, echoing there,
Now wild and now debonair,
Now flll'd with a tumult of pas
sion that throbs like a pulse
In the hush'd warm air!
COLLEGE FOOTBALL TEAM TO
PASS THROUGH TO TUCSON
' Bound for Tucson, Ariz., the football
team from the Agricultural college at
Mesilla Park, N. M.. will pass through
El Paso Wednesday night. At Tucson
the team will play the eleven, of the
University of Arizona on Thursday.
T!hey will return to El Paso Friday,
spend the night 'here and on Saturday
will play the El Paso high school team
at Washington Park.
Y. M. C. A. SELLS THE
LAND GIVEN BY GEN. MILLS
Land donated to the Y. M. C. A. by
Gen. Anson Mills was sold Wednesday
to L. V. Carroll b the association. The
tract is near For Quitman and included
640 acres. It was sold for $2000 and the
proceeds will be used in removing the
obligations incurred, by the association in
the construction of the building.
MAY HOLD XIGHT SESSIOX
OF FLAXERY MURDER, TRIAI.
Dallas, Tex., Xov. 16. Four wit
nesses were examined at the trial of
Mrs. Fannie Flanery, charged "with
the murder of her husband, this morn
ing, one of -whom was A. B. Flanery,
brother of the victim. It is expected
a session will be held tonight and in
that case arguments will commence
f WHITE RIBB OXERS COXDEMX
"THIRD DEGREE" 3IETHODS.
Baltimore, Md., Nov. 16. Mrs. Lillian.
M. N. Stevens of Portland, Me., was
Regulale the bowels when they fail to
move properly. Herbine Is an admir
able bowel regulator. It helps the liver
and stomach- and restores a fine feeling
of strength and buoyancy. Price 50c
Sold by Scott White & Co., 204 Mills, and
unanimously reelected president of tha
National Woman's Christian Temper
ance union at the annual convention
of the union, here today. The use of
tbe "third, degree" methods In extract
ing confessions from persons accused
of crime was condemned in a resolu
When your feet are wet and cold, and
your body chilled through, and through,
from exposure, take a big dose of:
Chamerlain's Cough Remedy, bathe
your feet In hot water before going to
bed, and you are almost certain to ward
off a severe cold. For sale by all
"I had been troubled with constipa
tion for two years and tried all of the
best physicians in Bristol, Tenn., and
they could do notning for me," writes
Thos. E. Willams, Middleboro, Ky. "Two
packages of Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets cured me." For sale by
all dealers. .
EL PASO CASES OX APPEAL.
San Antonio, Texas, Nov. 16. The
fourth court of civil appeals acted on
El Paso cases ;v follows today:
Wells-Fargo Express company vs.
Harrv .T. "Rnlkiss mntinn tn rlicmloo
j appeal overruled.
J. P. Casey vs. C. B. Bell, motfon to
affirm on certificate granted; motion
to x file transcript overruled; motion
of State National bank of El Paso
1 to file transcript overruled.
hymo the Monk
Copyright 1910, by th Nevr Tori DTealng JoaraU
s Publishing Camptny.
Poor wm ,He fears to cross the street-
ill GO AMD GUIDE HIS FALT'RlKG- FEET'
COME 0N,(LD MAN. I'LL 5ES YOU THo',
FEAR MOTl HO HARM SHAU .COME TO
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I WAS WAITING.
FOft A CAR. AND j
iuu rwt nE MISS IT.
It's Always Bad
The Best of Backs Are Bad Wken TheT
Ache, and El Paso People Khow It.
A bad back is always bad.
Bad at night -when bedtime comes.
Just as bad in the morning.
Ever try Doan's Kidney Pills for It?
Knotv they cure backache cure
every kidney 111?
If you don't some El Paso people do.
Head a case of it:
Mrs. H. L. Packard, 611 Texas street,
El Paso, Tex, says: "Doan's Kidnej
Pills have been used in our home for
over a year and their merit has ben
amply proven. This person having oc
casion to take this remedy complained
of a pain In the small of the back
and right side and at times the suf
fering was so acute that Is "was al
most impossible for the patient to
turn In bed. As soon as the use of
Doan's Xidney Pills, procured at Kel
ly & Pollard's Drug Store, was begun,
the patient's condition improved and
there has been but little trouble since.
I highly Tecommend Doan's Kidney
Pills to other kidney sufferers."
For sale by all dealers.' Price 50
cents. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for thd United
Remember the nam-Doan'i and
take no other.
Are here to perfection-the
I purest and most wholes t
some ever manufactaretd I
for human consumption.
We have chocolates, bon
tons, caramels, marshmial
lows, and a large variety
of the most popular and
temp ting confections.
Every article sold by us is
guaranteed to he pure and
wholesome. We want you
to try us once and we will
be sure of future orders.
SPECIAL SAIiES DAILT.
The Sanitary Confectioner
Say, daddy, when do the first per
manent teeth come through?
Usually about 5 or 6 years of age,
but before any of the "baby set"
are shed a child cuts 4 permanent
molars called "6th year molars."
2)r. H. A. Magrtider
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