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X PASO HERALD
Wednesday, Nov. 30, 1910.
Let Every "Boo
at the Oiiaim
O'ciock P. HI.,
To be so strong that nothing can disturb Ms peace
To talk health, happiness and prosperity to every
one he meets,
To make all his friends feel that there is something
To look at the sunny side of everything and make
his optimism come true,
To think only of the "best, to work only for the
best, and to 'expect only the best,
To be just is enthusiastic about the success of
others as he is about his own,
To forget the mistakes of the past and press on to
the greater achievements of the future,
To wear a cheerful countenance at all times and
give every living creature he meets a smile,
To give so much time to the improvement of him
self that he will have no time to criticize others,
To be too large for worry, too noble for anger, too
strong for fear and too happy to permit the presence
To think well of himself and to proclaim this fact
to the world, not in loud words but in great deeds,
To live in the.faith that the whole world is on his
side so long as he is true to the best that is in him.
To be loyal to the city which is his home,
For El Paso do, and for El Paso dare, for El Paso
pray and by El Past) swear.
Paint the town red Thursday, December 1, at the
Chamber of Commerce. Sign an application for
membership and help do some oj: the painting. The
old city can stand several coats of good enthusiastic
varnish and yon are asked to help. x
DO IT NOW FOR EL PASO.
Tattle Paint H Glass Company
BE A BOOSTER
Let us push all together for El Paso, December 1st, at the big meeting at
the Chamber of Commerce that wins. And, please bear in mind also that your
help is not only wanted for the purpose of inducing new industries to locate here,
but tc make El Paso a more congenial residential city in which to live, to furnish
employment for t&ose who have no steady work, and to make everybody happy,
successful, satisfied and prosperous. ,
SHELTON PAYNE ARMS CO.
Si II GOLD MD
There is every indication that SanfajJ
Claus will be stronsly remiorcen u.is
year by a large number of the more
enterprising: youngsters in the city and
that father and mother -will receive
some unexpected Christmas presents,
lor several of the boys and girls enter,
ed in The Herald's Christmas spending
money distribution have already accu
mulated enough credit points to entitle
them to substantial sums and they are
not yet -well started in the work.
If the Christmas money was to be
distributed tonight instead of the 22nd
of December, the first prize of $50
rm-,1 hoinrnr tn "Miss Mary Ginsburg,
of the Vilas school, as she has at pres- 1
WORK IS PUSHED
03ST FABENS KOAD
Clint. Texas. Nov. 29. The Caples
construction camp Is being removed
this week to a point half way between
this place and Fabens, and work will
begin immediately on the lower end.
Mr. Caples states that It will require
three months or more to complete 43ie
present contract, which will give this .
section of El Paso county a continu- J
ous stretch of macadam road almost 30 j
miles in jengxa.
The 3L E. church walls are about
half up, and work is progressing nice
83' In charge of Felix Rosalies as the
mason, and the carpenter force of "W.
t T-n-nv 'r.f El Paso.
The Clint Telephone company has j
.. a-.a . r 11-noc "RoIph Paul .
extenau -jco "" - -
McCombs of that place, having a phone
Installed last week. Thus it will be
possible for El Paso parties to con
verse with persons at Belen over long
distance -lines in the future. More than
500 calls were handled between this
place and El Paso during the month
which closed November 25th. between
this company and the Tri-State.
D. S. Olney returned last week from
, n-r.-fh'a cfav in- Mexico, and says
Texas looks better to him now than
ever Deiore, anu. iu " w v.. ..
some exciting times there during the
Tou are not experimenting on your
self -whpn von takft Chamberlain's Cough
B-emedy for a cold as "that preparation j
has won Its great reputation and ex
tensive sale by its remarkable cures of
colds, and can always oe aepenaea upon.
It is equally valuable for adults and
children and may be given to young
chltdren with implicit confidence as it
contains no harmful cLrujz. Sold by all
sr" Promise to be
ent the most credit points. Several of
theothers have, however, within a few
points of as many as Miss Ginstrurg
and may catch up with her when they
turn in this evening's work.
Fourteen cash prizes are offered, all
of them for sums of 5 or more, and in
addition to this. The Herald will pay
to each boy or girl who does not win
one of the prizes, 20 cents for each 1000
credit points brought in. Anyone un
der 18 years of age who is attending
school in El Paso is invited to enter
this Christmas money distribution. Call
at The Herald office any evening after
school and receive blanks and full in
structions as to how the credit points
are to be secured.
"WORKING UP INTEREST
IN COMMERCIAL CIUBS
Pecos, Texas, Nov. 3b. "W. C. Bar
rickman, representing the Texas' Com
mercial Secretaries and Business Men's
association, who is on a tour of the
svtate in connection with the work, has
arrived in Pecos to interview the busi
ness men of the city on a two-fold
mission, the first of which is to try
to interest them more than they have
been heretofore in the state work of
the association, and the second to try
to work up more enthusiasm here at
home in the local orga ization. Several
years ago Mr. Barrickman visited the
irrigated district of Utah, and he sees
no reason why as equally, if hot great
er development should not be brought
about in the Pecos-Toyah valley as has
revolutionized in the Mormon state.
EL PASO PAVING GOOD
ENOUGH FOR ALBUQUERQUE
"What is good enougn for El Paso is
food enough for Altmquerque. This
eems to be the attitude of mayor Fe
lix Lester and the party of Albuquer
que officials who are here to inspect
the city paving. They nave been shown
over the paved districts of the city,
have seen the paving crews at work
and are delighted with the results ob
tained in El Paso, the best paved city
of Texas. While nothing definite has
been decided regarding the street pav
ing at Albuquerque, the city fathers
up the Santa Fe are planning to im
prove the streets and are considering
seriously adopting the paving used Id
Mrs. A. P. Coles and Mrs. Z. T. "White
are expected home this week from
New York, where they have been on
a visit. Mrs. Waters Davis and Mrs
J, M. Dean, -who accompanied them to
New York, are visiting in Washington.
Do It For
Do It For
"WHAT IS A BOOSTER?"
He is the man who helps along, like the booster station of an electric power
system, that constantly encourages the electric fluid from the power house to its
destination by lifting it along. The booster of today lends a helping hand when
ever he can, or a word -of encouragement and praise, and in helping others he,
himself, is likewise h elred. The booster is the man who takes the time and trouble
to investigate for himse f the many and varied advantages over other cities that
his city possesses, and in doing this he quicklj and necessarily reaches the con
clusion that his city is a place of great importance.
The booster believes in his home city first, last and all the tune, and will not
rum a receptive ear to any word oi criticism, unless it be for the purpfose of an
swering with figures and facts and arguments defending his home city, and draw
ing; attention to her many features of superiority.
Civic pride is the great factor of a successful Chamber of Commerce and you
should divorce the payment of dues from the desire to secure a direct ihoney
return upon that investment.
You are not giving to charity when joining the Chamber ot Commerce, nor
are you giving anything to the city that does not belong to the city. The basic
principle is that you owe the town, something, and the best way.to liquidate that
debt is to get on the "band wagon1 ' and be a civic worker.
Everybody get in line plan our city on a large scale cooperation is the
keystone tor a greater, granaer ana luvuer jul jraou.
BULEIi IS STILL
SAILING INTO IE
Eevivalist Loads His Ser
mon With Lots of Fun
and Many Bombs.
Rev. E. 5r. Bulgln at the tabernacle
Tuesday night preached on the faith
of Bartimeus, whom Christ cured of
blindness, and spoke on the faith of
this blind beggar, using as his text,
Mark, chaper 10, verses 49-52, "And
Jesus stood still and commanded him
to be called, etc, and Jesus said unto
him, 'Go thy way, thy faith hath made
thee whole.' "
Some of his telling shots were:
The trouble with our church today
is, there are too many saints In it.
I never had much education. My
wife's father was an Englishman; he
gave her money and told her to go
and see the world and she came to Chi
cago and found me.
The only way to get along with
women is to have a head of your own
likehe ram andbutt them.
I never had a pair of shoes until I
was 14. That was back in lorth
Carolina; they do not measure dis
tance there by miles, but by hours. I
knew a girl who said in describing
the distance ot the next town, "Pap
makes it in two pipefuls."
The shepherds mark their sheep so
they will know them. God has put"
his mark on men and if 3ou are a
Christian the world knows you. If
you can see, let the world see that you
The trouble is too many Christians
get into the church and fall asleep on.
One reason I wanted to come to
Texas was to see it go dry.
I pin my faith to the Bible and to
Christ and the apostles' creed.
All of us are Catholics; I am a pro
testing Catholic I protest against the
bad things in the Roman church.
I have had 47 invitations to lunch
and I hope that you will give the un
used ones to your ministers here; .look
how some of them needa good feed.
The Presbyterians should invite Dr.
Wright out to lunch; he is too well
fed, and the Methodists should invite
Mr.' Overstreet; look how much ho
needs It- . ..
There is a social side to religion; it
you do not feed your soul it is going
to starve. '
The lower animals reflect their sur
roundings. The polar bear lives where
everything is white, the tiger lives in
the jungles and is striped like tho
vegetation about him. If this is true
of the lower animals, how much more
should it be true of the higher animal
My wife never did but one fool thing
in her life and that was to marry me.
Christmas money for El Paso ' J
rji school children. 4-
f. "Watch The Herald for full -vr
4 details Don't miss it. .
-S"4- 'fr l
"BE A BOOSTER"
"Do you know .there's lot o' people
Setting 'round in every town,
Growlin' like a broody chicken,
Knockin' every good thing down?
Don't you be that kind o cattle,
'Cause t'hey ain't no use on earth.
You just be a booster rooster,
Crow an' boost for all you're worth.
"If your .town needs boostin' booster
Don't hold back and wait to see
If some other feller's willtn',
Sail right in, this country's free;
2o one's got a mortgage on it,
It's just yours as much as his,
If your town is shy on boosters
You get in the boostin' biz.
"If things don't just seem to suit you,
An' the world seems kinder wrong,
What's the matter with a boostin' f
Just to help the thing along;
'Cause if things should stop a goin',
We'd be in a sorry plight,
You just keep that horn a blowin',
Boost 'er -ip with all your migh't.
"If you see some feller tryin'
For to make some project go,
You can boost it up a trifle,
That's your due to let him know
That you're not a goiri' to knock it,
Just because it ain't your shout.
But you're goin' to boost a little,
'Cause he's got the 'best thing out."
I was present when McKinley was
1 shot. , If I ever saw a mean face it
was that of Czolgosz. You could hear
the licks as the men pounced upon him
after he had shot the president. Then
McKinley put his hand to his breast
and shouted out, "Boys! Boys! Don't
harm the assassin; let the law take its
course." That is mercy. Christ on
the cross prayed for his enemies
"Father forgive them, for they know
not what they do." Be merciful.
Mr. Bulgin was unable to speak at
the afternoon meeting Tuesday, owing
to the fact that he was suffering from
a severe cold and nervous strain, but
he stated Tuesday night that he will
deliver his lecture, "TVs Mountain
"Whites," on Friday afternoon. In this
lecture he deals with the life of the
North Carolina mountaineers, of whlcb
he is one.
PROPOSE TO PUT BIG
CEMENT PL.AXT AT PECOS
Pecos, Texas, Nov. 30. Pecos may
secure a $100,000 plaster of paris and
cement plant, a proposition haying
been submitted to the executive com
mittee of the commercial club by S. M.
Baverly to put in such a plant here,
with 9. daily capacity of 30 tons. Mr.
Baverly asks $7500 bonus from the
city and $7500 stock to be subscribed
'locally. The matter will be discussed
at a meeting of the executive com
mittee. The matter of securing an
other railroad for the city will also
be brought up.
Judge John Overmyer, of Indianap
plls Ind., is in the city en route to
Mexico City. He has been up to Las
Cruces for a visit also.
John A. Rice has gone to Duncan,
Ariz., on mining business.
4. Christmas money for El Paso
4. "Watch The Herald for full
details. Don't miss it.
Hundreds of El Paso Readers Know
"What It Means.
The kidneys are overtaxed;
Have too much to do.
They tell about it in many aches and
Backache, sideache, headache,
Early symptoms of kidney ills.
Urinary troubles, diabetes, Bright's
An El Paso citizen tells here the way
to keep the kidneys well.
J. C. Elliott, Court House block. San
Antonio SL, El Paso, Texas, says: "I
was troubled for some time by a dull,
heavy ache in the small of my hack,
brought on, I believe, by heavy lifting.
The kidney secretions contained sedi
ment and were otherwise unnatural.
Tho usa of a few boxes of Doan's Kid
ney Pills, procured at Kelly & Pollard's j
Drug Store, corrected these diriicumes
and I have had no occasion to use a
kidney remedy since. At that time I
publicly recommended Doan's Kidney
Pills and I can now add that I hold
just as high an opinion of this remedy."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New Tork, sole agents for the United
Remember the name Doan's and
I take no other.
Do It For
A tignt feeling In the c:iest accom
panied by a short, dry cough, indicates
an Inflamed condition in the lungs. To
relieve it buy the dollar size Ballard's
Horehound Syrup; you get with each
bottle a free Herrick's Red Pepper
Porus Plaster for the chest. The Syrup
relaxes the tightness and the plaster
draws cut the inflammation. It is an
Ideal combination for curing" colds set
tled in the lungs. Sold by Scott "White
& Co.. 204 Mills, and Depot Pharmacy.
Pride in one's community is the
biggest asset that community can
All men and women cannot be
rich, .but all can be public spirited,
and when there is a unanimity of
desire on the part of the people
to boom the city, results are sure
to be accomplished.
HENRY & HUGHES
Vm Mgftct PtuRry Fd Manufaftsnr
fai thi wori& Try a bag of his ftt&
PURINA SCRATCH FEED
Uks Hens Lay
PURINA CHICK FEED
Savts laJjy Chicks
Utteays In CbckirfeMrd Bap)
FOR SALE BY
0. G. SEET0N
January 1, 1911
Have a life size picture take of yourself Thursday,
December 1st at 8 oelock p;m., at the Chamber of Com
merce "Boosters' " Meeting and see if you don't look
well in a bunch of live ones.
Frame your ideas of what you think is good for the
town, then tell the Chamber of Commerce about them,
they may be something that has never occurred to them
before. We want cooperation, we want unity, we want
enthusiasm. Let us all try it once and we will never
return to the old system again.
J. Feldman Company
Attend the Big Revival Meet
ing at the Chamber of
Don't blow out the gas, remember It's a strong push and a' push together.
Start he city ablaze with the spirit of Enthusiasm.
Help to "Keep the beacon burning on the mountain top"' telling to the
world that the city is holding the fort in the conflict for progress.
There is nothing more contagious than enthusiasm, and when a bunch
of El Pasoans get together and make-'up their minds to do things something
has to pop. That's what we wanf to do at the meeting, December lsff, in
the matter of establishing pumping plants throughout this valley. It is the
one great need of this country at the present time ,and the subject will be
thoroughly handled by ATr. P. E. Fuller of the United StatesDepartment of
Agriculture, at this meeting.
El Paso Gas & Electric Co.
DISCARD your old fogy clothes, put on a new pro-
I gressive suit and Boost for
I that stands for El Paso, at
Membership in the El Paso Chamber of Commerce is
an emblem of Public Spirit and Civic Pride. Monthly
ues $1.00 to 5.00.
mnonusiasin is a nig
Power in City Building.
Let TJs Begin Thursday
Night, December 1,
At the Chamber of
We hare been drinking good
milk in El Paso for years, but the
cream is v;et to come, and the
more cooperation of all of our citi
zens, and tSe more unity we have
among or business men, the more
cream -we ate going to get for
We must bk optimistic and get
enthusiastic over the proposition
ourselves, they are as big assets
in community building as in any
business, and f6w, if any, can re
sist their magic Sflfluence.
It is not the -w ork of any one
man, or set of men, that makes
good, but it is the combined ef
forts of the entire community.
h Smith Ice Cream Co.
the Chamber of
the Chamber of Commerce
the Smoker Thursday, De
Boost for Greater
Five Hundred Mem
bers for the Cham
ber of Commerce by
January 1, 1911:
Don't hang backhand
excuse yourself by say
ing "There will be
plenty without me." If
George "Washington had
said that, we would not
be living under the Stars
-and Stripes today.