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EL PASO HERALD
Thursday, Xov. 17, 1910.
Tomorrow, the Sixth
STANDARD GROCERY CO. I
trnnn mm giumd
of My ' uuu f IUL uLUmi
Cure Free mul VCT TIT
"VTe buy and sell for cash. "We pay no interest on
borrowed capital with which to do business Hence
our lower prices.
Strictly Fresh Pure Creamery Butter, per lb 35c
Strictly Fresh Kansas Eggs, per dozen 35c
Brrington Hall Steel Gut' Coffee, 2 lbs. for 75c
Gold Coin (Best Flour Made 24 lb. Sack 80c
FLOUR (Every Sack Guaranteed)48 lb. Sack 1.60
d-i ("Purer than Lard" ) 5 lb. can, . .75c
It 1-RoffpT than DottolenP 101b. can. $1.45
5 gate, best grade oil (for
lamp or stove) for
3 pkgs. fresh Aunt
Jemima Pancake, for .
3 can? Standard Corn
Marrowfat Peas (new
pack) per can
2 cans Sifted Peas,
Cherries, per lb. for ..
4 Fels Napfcha Soap
G bars crystal White
per bottle .
3 lbs. Fresh Pop Corn
IS lbs. Best Granu
lated Sugar for ...
2 cans B. & M. Baked
2 cans Tall Asparagus
Strictly Fresh Kansas Eggs, per dozen 35c
Strictly Fresli Pure Creamery Butter, per lb . .
Out of town orders filled promptly.
STANDARD GROCERY CO
367 and 348
BIG LUMBER PLANT BEING
BUILT AT PLAIXVIEW, TEXAS
Plainview, Texas, Nov. 17. The Ful
ton Lumber company is tearing down
Its old lumber sheds and breaking dirt
for a new lumber yard. It will be
100x140 feet with a roof enclosing the
entire grounds, and a substantial con
crete floor covering the whole site.
The Panhandle Methodist conference
in session at Clarendon last week,
chose Hale county's capital as their
meeting place for next year.
"Wayland Baptist college defeated the
Amarlllo team on the local grounds by
a score of 5-0. Wayland meets Roswell
Military institute at Amarillo next Sat
urday, Nov. 19. The local college team
has not been defeated this season.
A Skin of Beauxy is a e&? yorover.
DR. T. Felix Gouraud's Oriental
Cream or Magical Beautifier.
Removes Tan, Pimples,
Freckles, Moth Patches,
Bash, cd bkin Dn eases.
ana every oiemisn
i on beauty, and de
nes ceieciura. it
has stood the test
of 6: years, and
Is so harmless tre
taste it tobesureit
Is properly made.
Accept no counter
feit of similar
name. Dr. L. A.
Savre said to a
lady of the haat
ton (a patient):
"As you laui.6:
will ttso them.
Gomraad' CreBi' as the least harmful of all the
sHn preparations." For sale by all arupsis cr ncy
Goods Dealers In the United States, Canada and Europe.
f EB8.T. HOPRIRS- Prop 37 Brsd to Stai Harlot
Drink Lots of it
It's pure, rich, sweet.
It's good, and good for your sys
tem. It's nature's purest food
drink. It's a health food.
Many families use three to five
quarts per day.
EL PASO DAIRY CO.
Phones: Bell 340; Auto. 1150.
Office 313 X. Oregon.
fiw Mffftft Pauftry Fwd MtmifMtmrt
k the worid. Try a bag cf his ftdL
PURlfiA SCRATCH FEED
Mates Hunt Lay
FURSKA CHICK FEED
$ms lafcy Chicks
(Arway is CteekKfetani SifS)
FOR SALE BY
0. G. SEET0N
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Si DRINK MILK
2 lbs. Fresh Vallev Honey
Pint Jars Extracted
Large Jar Pure Fruit
Jam (all flavors)
per box ..
5 lbs. Broken Head Rice
3 lbs. Fancy Head Rice
2 qts. Cranberries
Fresh Walnuts or
Almonds, per lb
Shelled Walnuts or
Almonds, per lb
Shelled Pecans, (fresh
and fine) per lb
FEED DEPT. CLEAN
FULL WEIGHT LOWEST
100 lbs. Bran, with shorts
100 lb. sacks Pure
Corn Chops, for ...
100 lb. sacks Clean
White Corn, for
EYE DOCTOR IS
. NOT PROTECTED
Anybody Can Sell Yon
Glasses ancixDoetor Yon
Under Present Law.
If the opticians and physicians of
Texas have their way with the next
legislature, there will be no more spec
tacle grafters in the biggest state.
Laws compelling the registration of
certificates of opticians has driven the
quack opticians from 24 -states of "the
union. But Texas has no such laws,
and hence the state has been pasture
for that variety of street vendor.
Grandfather used to buy his specta
cles at the general store, where they
came by the gross. But the grandfath
ers of generations to come are getting
them from opticians or physicians by
careful examination. It is the same
change which the medical and dental
profession has undergone. But in Tex
as, doctor and dentist are protected
by registration and examination laws.
Yet while the care of the eyes is quite
as delicate a science, no protection is
afforded those specialists.
In order that the street vendor who
sells glasses with collar buttons and
shoe strings may be banished, the
Texas Optical association, of which lo
cal opticians are members, has taken
up the fight. Public sentiment is first
sought, and then the men who make
the laws will be solicited. Physicians
will require no special examination, ac
cording to the proposed plan of action.
The law, if made, will materially as
sist El Paso by banishing such street
vendors of "specks" from this general
locality, since New Mexico and Arizona
already have the desired statute. The
list of states possessing the law are:
Arizona, California, Delaware, Flor
ida, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa. Kansas,
A Marvel For Sore Feet. Acts Right Off
Sore Feet? Never After Using TIZ
Good-bye sore feet, aching feet,
swollen feet, sweaty feet, smelling feet,
Good-bye corns, callouses and bun-
iqns and raw spots.
You've never tried anything like TIZ
before for your feet. It is different
from anything ever before sold.
It acts at once and makes the feet
feel remarkably fresh and sore-proof.
TIZ is not a powder. Powders and
other foot remedies ctog up the pores.
TIZ draws out all poisonous exuda
tions which bring on soreness of the
feet, and is the only remedy that does.
TIZ cleans out every pore and glorifies
the feet your feet.
You'll never limp again or draw up
your face in pain, and you'll forget
about your corns, bunions and cal
louses. You'll feel like a new person.
If you don't find all this true after
trying a box of TIZ, you can get your
money right back.
TIZ is for sale at all druggists at 25
cents per box, or it will be sent you
direct, if you wish, from 'Walter Luther
Dodge & Co., Chicago, 111. Recommend
ed and sold by Knoblauch Drug Co.,
C. E. GAUSS.
I Will Take Any Case of Catarrh, Xo
Matter How Chronic, or "What Stage
It Is In, anil Proe ENTIRELY
AT MY OWN EXPENSE,
That It Can Be Cured.
Curing Catarrh has been my uuslness
for years, and during this time over
one million people have come to me
from all over the land for treatment and
advice. My method is original. I cure
the disease by first curing- the cause.
Thus my combined treatment cunes
where all else fails. I can demonstrate
to you in just a few days time that
my method is quick, sure and complete,
because it rids the system of the poi -
snnnns frormc ftat oii;f wita.r"h. Send
your name and address at once to C. E.
Gauss, and he will send you the treat
ment referred to. Fill Nout the coupon
This coupon is good for a package
of GAUSS COMBINED CATARRH
CURE sent free by mail. Simply fill
in name and address on dotted lines
below, and mail to C. E. Gauss. 8774
Main St., Marshall, Mich.
Maine, Michigan, Minnesota, Montana,
Nebraska, New Mexico, New York,
North Carolina, North Dakota. Oregon,
Rhode Island, Tennessee, Utah, Ver
mont, Washington and West Virginia.
Mr. Legislator, give Texas an opto
TO BUILD TOWN OF
NEW YSLSTA, TEXAS
Local Promoters Plan Amer
ican Town on Railroad
Near Old Pueblo.
New Ysleta, an American town near
the G. H. railroad station, is to be es
tablished by the recently formed Ysle
ta Townsite company, which is com
posed of El Paso men. The land pur
chased by the townsite company
from the Ysleta church is located near
the railroad station and away from the
old settlement along the county road.
The plan of the promoters of the new
company is to plat the land nearest
the station into town lots and sell them
to Americans, who will build their
homes on them. The remainder of the
336 acres are to be subdivided Into
garden tracts which will be placed on
the market, together with the townsite
lots, as soon as the incorporation pa
pers are received from Austin.
ARE DELAYINGr WORK
Trouble with the marble workers on
the Roberts-Banner building has de
layed the completion of the big office
building. Everything is now complet
ed but the marble and tile work on the
exterior. The interior woodwork is
being finished and the file floors clean
ed. The big slab of marble which is
to be placed over the lesa avenue en
trance to the building has arrived. It
has the name of the building set in
bsass letters on the front and will be
placed over the entrance as soon as
the differences with the marble work
ers is adjusted.
To M. Montes, to build two room
adobe; Manzana street; estimated cost,
To G. Lagunas, Oregon and Eighth
streets, to repair room; estimated cost,
Government Hill, Alamojrordo street,
between Stevens avenue and Travis
street Government Hill company to P.
H. Martinez, lots 1 and 2, block 1; con
sideration, $315; dated April 2. 1910.
El Paso county Jos. C. "Wallace to J.
Fletcher Carter, north three-quarters
of section 17, block 103, public school
land; consideration, $473; dated Sept.
El Paso county D. G. Heineman and
Paul McCombs, seven acre tract in
Ysleta grant. No. 72; consideration,
$465; dated Oct. 22, 1910.
Highland Park, corner Erie street
and Kentucky avenue Andrew Story
to Ella Owens, lots 1 and 2, block 24;
consideration. $750; dated Oct. 30, 1910.
Boracho, Tex. J. W. Balke to Chas.
G. Pratt, lot 11, block G; consideration,
$30; dated Jan. 26, 1910.
Sunset Heights, Roosevelt avenue.
between Canova and Maximilian streets j
Annie and W. A. Walker to Peter
Kirk, lot 8 and west one-half of lot 7,
block 31: consideration, $100; dated!
Nov. 15, 1910.
lileensetl to "Wed.
Aureliano Medrano and Teresa Cal
deron. Jose Garcia and Guadalupe Sanchez.
John A. Stock and Pearl Foutz.
Juan Canias and Marie Molina.
J, K. Griffith and Myrtle Newbrough.
Auto license No. 556 to Jim Stewart,
315 Texas street, for Buick touring-car.
To M. A. Lopez, Mexican, 707 South
Campbell, girl, Nov. 8.
To H. Schneeman, German-American,
2921 Tularosa street, boy, Nov. 5.
To Florentino Quentis, Mexican, 1007
South Virginia, boy, Nov. 13.
To Preciliano Burola, Mexican, 606
South Campbell, boy, Nov. S.
SELLS EAST EL PASO HOUSE. ,
"W. L. Pringle has sold his flve-
rom brick house in East El Paso to C.
P. Faddis for S2300. The house is ln-
aated on Tularosa street and was sold
ibv the Anderson-Filler Realty Co. J
Neither Is There Danger of
a Turkey Famine, Say
That slump in food prices, jocularly
attributed to Democratic victory, has
not struck El Paso, not yet. It is com
ing, though, say purveyors' of necessi
ties. While withm a week meat prices
have taken a material tumble up Chi- J
cago way. the drop will not affect El
Paso until the produce itself reaches
this city. There has been no change,
one way or the other, in El Paso prices
of meat. But when shipments, on thftir
way, arrive the change will doubtless !
A rumored famine in white turkey
meat is said to be without foundation.
The valley has come to the front with
plenty of gobblers to meet the Thanks
giving demand, and it is not doubted
that Christmas will see enough birds
at moderate prices, moderate as tur- i
An only welcome change in the mar
ket price is that of sugar. The sweet
sand is now being handed out at IS
pounds for a dollar, as against 16
pounds less than a fortnight ago.'
WERE MIGHTY GLAD
TO MEET MR. WHITE
' Yisitinp- Japanese Find Lo-
I o x
cal Inspector a Fine Guide
and Good Talker.
How would you feel if you were in
a strange land, among strange people,
unable to speak a word of the lan
guage and should suddenly meet with a
native of that country who spoke your
language like a brother. Glad, is the
That was how M. Ota and I. Azumi,
of Japan, felt when they arrived from
Mexico City Wednesday morning and
met inspector A. T. White of the immi
gration service. Inspector White was
born in Japan and speaks the Japa
nese language like a native. Acting as
pilot, interpreter, lecturer on things
American, and guide, the El Paso In
spector has been steering the two
japs arouna town an aay. Tney are
prominent merchants in Japan, one a
wholesale druggist and the other a
wholesale dry goods merchant. They
j were in charge of the Japanese ex
hibit at the centennial at Mexico City
and are on their way home.
The Mills building, ten stories, and
still going, was the thing which pleas
ed them most. They were so impressed
with it that they intend to write an
article for a Tokio paper about the
marvels of American building construc
tion. The two Japanese business men
left Wednesday evening for San Fran
cisco and home.
BODY IN MAUSOLEUM
Prominent Race Promoter
Who Died in El Paso Has
On November 10 the body of "William
Gleason was moved to the magnificent
mausoleum erected in Rose Hill ceme
tery, Chicago, by his widow, who now
resides at 3146 Sheridan Road, Chicago,
Mr. Gleason died in El Paso on Nov.
17, 1909, as the result of blood poison
following an abscess in his ear. He
was the man who inaugurated the
races at "Washington Park in 190S, be
ing business manager of the race meet
and also its financial backer. He had
resided for some time at Alamogordo,
N. M., and was connected with the San
ta Rosa Townsite company, besides
holding property interests in Alamo
gordo, Cloudcroft, Carrizozo and Cap
itan. He was a member of the Chi
cago lodge of Elks.
The body was shipped to Chicago
two days after his death and tempora
rily Interred, being later moved to the
RATHER DIE THAN TO
TAKE DRINK OF "WYTER.
Philadelphia, Pa., Nov. 17.
Although attending phj'sicians
insist that it is the only thing
that will save his life, Albert
Maxwell refuses to drink water.
He says lie has not drunk any
for 30 years because he does not
like It. He is confined to a -room
In the Garretson hospital suffer
ing from a severe laceration of
END 27 YEARS' COURTSHIP.
St. Louis, Mo., Nov. 17. After be
ing engaged for 27 j'ears. Miss Victoria
Fitzroy, 62 years old, and Oscar Sev
erance, 68 years of age, were married
MANUFACTURED BV THE
SOLD BV ALL LEADING
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EMiSTANTS of every kind of goods sold by the
hundreds on the
ens, Linens; Ginghams, Flannelettes, White Goods, Embroideries, Laces,
Trimmings, Eibbons and all these are marked plainly with a price which is
only about half the former selling price.
Nearly three hundred
ta hi ft linens will he the
All qualities are shown
damasks, fine satin damasks at but a trifle more
"Economy Friday" Bargains in
All the splendid bargains in the Blanket Sale will be in force Friday, and
attractive special items. Remnants, too, arc here in tjuairtities.
Good quality knee length petticoats, made of medium
weight flannelette iii prqtty light color stripes, with
deep flounce, scalloped and 'buttonholed in O Q
color to match; 40c value fc vJ
Xeat black and
Good quality flannelette night shirts for men, made
in good length and width, of medium weight flan
nelette in light color stripes. A 65c value on A X
sale in Men's Dept., each t C
M'CORMACIv LECTURE BEING
ARRANGED FOR THANKSGIVING
Arrangements are being made by the
El Paso County Medical society for
the health lecture of Dr. McCormack
in El Paso on Thanksgiving night at
the tabernacle. The date has not been
announced definitely, as it has been
impossible for the officers of the med
ical society to hear from " Dr. McCor
mack, but it is thought that this night
will be agreeable with him.
Dr. Bulgin has consented to give the
use of the tabernacle for Dr. McCor
mack's lecture for one hour, from 7
to 8 p. m.f on Thanksgiving night. The
evangelist will then follow with a
characteristic Bulgin lecture along the
same line of thought.
If the Fall "Winds Brought Out Un
sightly Spots, You can Remove
Do you know how easy it is to re
move those ugly spcts so that no one
will viall you freckle-face?
Simply get announce of Othine
double strength, from Potter Drug Co.,
and one night's treatment will show
you how easy it is to rid yourself of
freckles and get a beautiful com
plexion. Now that the Fall winds have
brought a crop of frecKles to most wo
men, there is an unusual demand for
Othine and in November the druggist
sometimes finds It difficult to get suf
ficient to supply all calls. Be sure to
j ask for tue double strength Othine, as It
is sold under guarantee of money back
if it falls to remove the freckles.
A3SAYEBS & CHEMISTS
Independent Assay Office
D. W. Becxhart. E 2L, Proprietor.
Agent for Ore Shlpptre Assays and
Chemical Analysis. Mines Examined
and Reported Upon. Bullion Work a
Specialty. p Q Box Q9
Office and Laboratory:
Cor. Saa Fr&adsco k Chfeulre Sk.
EL PASO TEXAS.
Custom Assay Office
CRITOHETT & FERGUSON,
Successors to Hughes & Critchett.
Assayers. Chemists, Metallurgists.
Agents for Ore Shippers.
322 San Francisco St. Phono 321.
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.
E'er P creative Treatment
S25 SAIV ANTONIO STREET.
Phone 2340 R. 1. Res., 3457
for Its Greatest Attraction
special sales tables for tomorrow's selling Silks, Wool
anufacturers Remnants of
short lengths, from 1 1-2 to 3 1-2 yards in each of
IriVFridav feature of the Thanksoivine- Linen Sale.
-0 . -
the mercerized damask,
A good everyday petticoat made of dark color blue
and white striped gingham, full length, with deep
flounce, scalloped, washable and wears well.
A regular 35c value for.........
Shepherd Plaid Suitings
white checked, cotton suiting, a perfect imitation of the wool
en shepherd plaids. This we offer in assorted size checks, in the 36-mch
I width. A splendid material for school or house dresses.
20c quality, a yard
Cotton fleeced and ribbed undershirts and. drawers in.
light, medium and heavy weights. A quality which,
is never sold for less than $1.00 a suit, is ng
specially priced Friday, a suit. ...... ..,.... oOC '
REPORT FOR OCTOBER: OF
WOIIANS" CHARITY WORK
Following is the report of the relief
committee from the TVomans' Charity
association for October:
Relief given to 4S families, number
ing 196 persons.
Visits made, 24.
Interviews in office, 17S.
Garments given out, 217, also eight
pairs of shoes, three hats, four com
forts, three mattresses, two blankets,
Do You Consider Location
of any value? If you do
get busy and rent Office
room in the
Most centrally located
building in city,
We build and sell homes on
easy payments. Sole agents
for the Phoenix-ElPaso Build-,
ing Co. Over Watson's Grocery.
JOT I OILBURNWa iflll
fl LOCOMOTIVES 1 I H
Los Angeles, San Francisco, Portland and Seattle
FOUR TRAINS DAILY FROM EL PASO
CARRYING UP TO DATE EQUIPMENT
TWENTY HOURS SHORTEST TIME TO LOS
For tickets and sleeping car accommodations, call at
City Ticket Offke-St. Regis Hotel Building
W. C. McCormick, G. A. J. E. Monroe, C. T. A.
yard are displayed by
-O- O A
unbleached and bleached j
than hair the usual price.
to these we have added several'very
four pillows, and a bedstead, springs
and blankets to one family; school
books to some needy children.
Fifty-one grocery orders, 73 meat
orders, flour and coffee from store
room, fuel to two women.
Food and fuel to a family of three,
where husband and child are ill, and
the mother is working to be self sup
porting. "Work has been obtained for
Mrs. K. D. Franklin.
Mrs. S. H. Runkle.