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EL PASO HERALD
Thursday, Dee. 1, 1910.
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A lady from Minnesota writes:
"As a result of using- Danderine, my fcair
is close to "five feet in length."
Beautiful Hair at Small Cost
HAIR troubles, like many other diseases, have
been wrongly diagnosed and altogether misunderstood-
The hair itself is not the thing to
be treated, for the reason that it is simply a product
of the scalp and wholly dependent upon its action.
The scalp is the very soil in -which the hair is pro
duced, nurtured and grown, and it alone should
receive the attention if results are to be expected.
It would do no earthly good to treat the stem of a
plant with a view of making it grow and become
more beautiful the soil in which the plant grows
must be attended to. Therefore, tho scalp in which
the hair grows mutt receive tho attention if you are
to expect it to grow and become more beautiful.
Iss of hair is caused by the scalp drying up,
or losing its-supply of moisture or nutriment; when
baldness occurs the scalp has simply lost all its
nourishment, leaving nothing for the hair to feed
upon (a plant or even a tree would die under similar
The natural thing to do in either case, is to feed
and replenish the soil or scalp as the case may be,
and your crop will grow and multiply as nature
intended it should.
Knowlton's Danderine has a most wonder
ful effect upon the hair gland and tissues of the
scalp. It is the only remedy for the hair ever
discovered that is similar to tho natural hair
foods or liquids of the scalp.
It penetrates the pores quickly and the hair
soon shows the effects of its wonderfully exhilar
ating and life-producing qualities.
One 25-cent bottle is enough to convince you of
its great worth as a hair growing and hair beauti
fying remedy try it and see for yourself.
KOW at all druggists In three sizes,
25c, 50c and $1.00 per bottle.
ED EC To show how quickly Daadertes
"" acts, we will send a large sam
ple free by return mail to anyone who
sends this free coupon to the
KNOWLTOM DANDERINE CO., GHICAGO, ILL,
with their name and address and 10c
in silver or stamps to pay postage.
L. C. BARLOW. Mgx.
Bell PhoHe 334.
Auto. Phone 1334.
THE METALS BUYING
210 San FraacisL-o St.
Burned Retorts, Etc.
FORT Y IRRIGATION
National Guard Promotions
Axe Announced by Adjt.
Santa. Fe, N. M., Dec. 1. Forty ir
rigation works were completed in New
Mexico the past two years on 30
more one-ifth or more of the con
struction has been begun, accordijrgi-to
the report of territorial engineer Ver
non L. Sullivan.
Mounted policeman J. A. Beal, of
Deming", has taken Into custody Joso
Anaya for alleged assault with intent
to kill, and J. B. Rusk, of Chama has
arrested Gregorio Trujlllo at Es
panola on the charge of grand, larceny.
Three Navajo :ndians were arrested
at Aztec by deputy game warden W.
B. Knickerbocker, for violating the
New Mexico .game laws and were fined
147 45 bv distript judge John R. Mc
Fie. On a 10 days' overland tour on
horseback, hydrographer J. B. Stew
art, of Denver, of the United States
geological survey ins-tailed stream
measuring gages in the . Sacramento
mountains on the Tularosa at Mesca
lero, on the Penasco at Weed and on
La Luz creek at La Luz. He reports
wild turkeys unusually plentiful in
the mountains. ,
Adjutant general A. S. Brooks has
made the following national guard
promotions: To be captain, first lieu
tenant Charles "R. Echols; to be first
lieutenants, second lieutenants Fred
Clayton, Walter G. Turley, Fern Wi
ley and Stuart G. Baker; to be sec
ond lieutenants, sergeants Jesse A.
Wilder and, Henry F. Christian. On
December 2, governor Mills and adju
tant general Brooks will leave for
Carlsbad, Artesia and Roswell to in
spect the national guard at those
points, having just returned from an
inspection at Raton.
"I have been afflicted for twenty years
K-ith an obstinate skin disease, called by soma
M. D.'s. psoriasis, and others leprosy, com
mencing on my scalp: and in spite of all I
could do, with the help of the most skilful
doctors, it slowly but surely extended until a
year ago this winter it covered my entire
person in the form of dry scales. For the
fast thcee years I have been unable to do any
labor, and suffering intensely all the time.
Every morning there would be nearly a dust
panful of scales taken from the sheet on my
Sed, some of them half as large as the envo
lope containing this letter. In the latter part
of winter my skin commenced cracking open.
I tried everything, almost, that could be
thought of, without any relief. The 12th of
June I started West, in hopes I oould reach
the Hot Springs. I reached Detroit and was
bo low I thought I should have to go to the
hospital, but finally got as far as Lansing,
Mich., where I had a siter living. One
Dr. treated me about two weeks, but did
me no good. All thought I had but a short
time to live. I earnestly prayed to die.
". Cracked through the skin all over my back,
V across my ribs, arms, hands limbs; feet badly
swollen; toe-nails came off: finger-nail dead
and hard as a bone; hair dead, dry and lifeless
as old straw. O my Godl how I did suffer.
4,My sister wouldn't give up; said, 'We
will try Cuticura.' Some was applied on one
hand "and arm. Eureka! there was relief;
stopped the torrible burning sensation from
the word go. They immediately got Cuticura
Resolvent, Ointment and Soap. 1 commenced
by taking Cuticura Resolvent three times a
day after meals ; had a bath once a day, water
about blood heat: used Cuticura Soap freely;
applied Cuticura Ointment morning and even
ing. Result: returned to my home in just six
weeks from the time I left, and my.skin as
smooth as this sheet of paper. Hiram E.
Carpenter, Henderson, N. Y."
The above Temarkable testimonial was
written January 19, 18S0. and Is republished
because of the permatfencv of the cure.
Under date of April 22, 1910, .Mr. Carpenter
wrote from his present home. 610 VValnut
St. So., Lansing. Mich.: "I have, never
suffered a return of the psoriasis and
although manv years have passed I have
not forgotten the terrible suffering I endured
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City National Bank
3Hne & Smelter Supply Co.
Critchett & Fergruson
Custom Assay Office
AND HEFIN1NG CO.
El Paso. Texas.
Gold and Silver Bullion
Dentist Scraps and Svieeps
Jeveler Scrap ,
Xuggets and Gold Dusf
FOR MISSING- ONES
Nineyearold Boy and Mexi
can Official Are Lost
in the Hills.
Bisbee, Ariz., Dec. 1. Several parties
are scouring the hills In the Naco dis-
trict with" the hope of finding Victor
Tome.-axi official of the Mexican c'us
tomottsewho became separated from
a hunting party in the mountains and
of whose fate nothing has been learned
as yet. Messages have been sent to
several cilyes for information in the
hope that Tome had reached some town
but he could not be located. As the
'missing man does not know the coun
try, it is feared that he may perish
from hunger and exposure.
Search is being made to locate nine
year old Herbert De Croix, who has
been missing since last Saturday. The
boy had a fancy of fighting Indian
and when he disappeared he was at
tired in Indian garb with feathers fas
tened to his head.
L. L. Palmer, the Calumet & Arizona
engineer, who was accidentally sho.t
while hunting in 'the' ChiricaTiua moun
tains, is much improved and will re
cover. Mr. Palmer stated that in pur
suing a deer he fell, causing a prema
ture explosion of his gun. The bullet
entered his abdomen and he remained
unconscious for a time. When he re
covered his senses he dragged himself
to the nearest camp, whence word was
sent to Bisbee for medical help.
An entertainment was jriven to the
officers of the Mexican army at Naco
by Mexican coasul Lopez Torres. Sev
eral Americans were present.
DIES FROM BEATING
Tombstone, Ariz., Dec. 1. Oliver L.
"Whiting, SO years old, was killed by a
fellow patient at the county hospital.
The coroner's jury found that he camo
to his death as the result of a severe
beating given him by Isaac Goforth
and from jthe criminal negligence on
the part of the hospital management.
Goforth was arrested and placed in the
county jail. He was employed as an
attendant In the hospital, and it Is
said that the other patients, who saw
the beating administered, feared to
make a complaint, believing Goforth
would wreek vengeance upon them.
Anf-lTlIT o-nYA... a. i" -T"r -
i "-"" butciiiui ueuige u. loung
has pardoned Frank Shindelbower, of
.fnoenix, who was serving a term in
the Florence penitentiary following
conviction ou a charge of perjury in
connection with the revocation of sev
eral Phoenix saloon licenses.
GOOD R'AIN AT ALTO
SOAKS GROUND WELL
Alto, N. M Dec 1. A good heavy
rain fell here and nnntimtori on niorv.
giving the ground a good, thorough
C. B. Lane, administrator of the es
tate of Bye Phillips, deceased, went to
Lincoln, accompanied by A. J. Gilmore
and John West, as witnesses, to make
final proof for the heirs of the estate,
but owing to a deficiency in' some of
the papers, final proof could not be
matTe then and had to be postponed un
til the next regular meeting of the
Miss Estelle. Linam has gone to San
Patricio, N. 2L, where she goes to be
come teacher of a school.
Misses Mae and TJla Gilmore, who
have been in Carrizozo, N. M., attend
ing the meeting of the1 Lincoln
County; Teachers' association, have re
RESIGNS POSITION TO
FORM A PARTNERSHIP
Bisbee, Ariz., Dec. 1. District at
torney Williams has resigned and
formed a law partnership- with Frank
lin B. Dorr and Edward J. Flanigan.
Thomas Ninnis, of this city, has pat-
fntfd a ppmpnt H nnH coif --;i .-.
MANY S3ITJGGLIXG CASES.
Tombstone, Ariz., Dec 1. The grand
jury is in session here and has many
smuggling cases to investigate.
BOOST CAMPAIGN IS ,
STARTED AT ALPINE
Automobile Collides With a
Post and Is "Wrecked.
Alpine, Texas, Dec. 1. The Alpine
Business Men's club's executive com
mittee held a meeting in the offices
of the John Toungr Land company, -with
the result that committees are out soliciting-
subscriptions toward an ade
quate working and promotion fund. It
has been determined to employ a first
class commercial secretary at a salary
of not less than $1800 a year.
Last night in turning- rapidly from
Railroad avenue into Fifth street, W.
P. Flow's car collided violently with
one of the posts erected by the Galves
ton, Harrisburg & San Antonio railway
as markers for their ight of way. The
machine was partially wrecked and Mr.,
Flow considerably shaken.
Commissioners courtvat its last reg
ular session ordered the sheriff to
remove these street ohstructions and
to do so as often as they were erect
ed. He had not yet had time to act
on the order.
J. M. Dunbar yesterday sold his
saddle and harness store here to P.
Kinney at invoice rates and stock is now
being taken. This is one of the largesf
concerns of its kind between El Paso
and San Antonio.
JUDGE LINDSEY 3IAKES AX
APPEAL FOR CONSTITUTION.
Portales, N. M., Dec. 1. Judge W. E.
Lindsey, Republican delegate to the
constitutional convention from Roose
velt county, addressed, a large gather
ing of people at the courthouse, in
behalf of the constitution. He strong
ly urged upon the people the accept
ance of the document, declaring that
what New; Mexico needs Js statehood,
and that If this constitution is turned
down we have no assurance when we
shall become one of "the United
The cement sidewalks around the
square are completed and the contrac
tors are now at work constructing
crosswalks to the courthouse itself.
The vaults in the rooms of the dis
trict clerk and the county tax collep
tor are also completed, with the ex
ception of the shelving, which has not'
"AUco Tim T?r1?jTif? rotiirnpfl TllfisdftV
from an extended visitr in Texas. The '
T. F. C.'s met her at the train, and
later the weekly meeting of the club
was held at the home of her sister,
Mrs. Claude Anderson.
.In the absence of the pastor, Rev. E.
L. Toung, Rev. W. L. Heck preached
at the Methodist church both morning
RESERVOIR IS REBUILT
Sanderson, -Texas, Dec. 1. The re
building of the reservoir of the San
derson waterworks has been complet
ed and water will be pumped into it
beginning today. , It was destroyed
about a month ago, when the walls
gave way, and during that time citi
zens have beenj getting their water
supply from the "water wagon."
Jos. C. Bean,' former sheriff of this
county, is being boosted for the deputy
United States marshalship at El Paso,
under Hon. Eugene Nolte. He served
four years "as sheriff of this county. He
is a staunch Republican.
E. H. Reed and MJss Serena Schrier
were united in marriage at the home of
the bride's uncle, N. H. Corder, on the
Big Canyon ranch, judge J. B. Boss
officiating. The groom is a young
husiness man of Brownsville, and the
couple have gone there to reside.
HOTEL AND SECTION HOUSE"
BUILDING AT SIERRA BLANCA.
Sierra Blanca, Texas, Dec. 1. The
Texas & Pacific Railroad company has
lumber on the ground for a new sec
tion house at this place, the old sec
tion house having been destroyed by
fire some time ago.
Work is progressing on the new
Brown hotel. The first story is com
pleted and he adobes are being laid
for the Becond story.
Rev. Mr. Head is conducting a re
vival meeting here, holding two ser
vices a day.
E. E. Taylor has moved with his
familj from El Paso to Sierra Blanca.
Mr. Taylor is a telegraph operator
and will work in the office here.
W. T. Turner has returned from
Midland, Texas, where he went to
place his wife, who is ill, in charge of
DECROIN LAD IS FOUND;
AVAS ABSENT THREE DAYS
Bisbee, Ariz.. Dec. 1. Herbert N.
JJetJroix, 'llie ayeuruia sun oi .alt. u.iiu i
..Viro.. -L . . WCVylULV, J11 JCLU1UCU
home after having wandered away for
three days. The boy. who recently
came here from El Paso with his par
ents. said he -wanted to get out and
work for himself.
ASSOCIATION AT GLOBE
Globe, Ariz., Dec. 1. Globe fire in
surance agents have organized the
flnl-io TT'i'ro TTnddrirrHprs' asBOPiaHnTi
with F. F. Towle as president; B. J.
Kellner, vice president; Fred- Moore,
treasurer; L. H. Brown, secretary. An
address was delivered by J. K. Urm
THE Bitters is a truly wonder
ful remedy in cases of Stom
ach and Bowel disorders as well as
Colds, Grippe and Malaria -A trial
today will prove its merit. Insist
ESTER S FILLS
J. Hi, JJLaAVMJ-litlAIiilt, A
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boxes, sealed with Bloa Ribbon.
TaLo no other. Sny of tost " .
TITAXtnXtk nniNII prim --orl
CLSOLD BY DRUGGISTSIVEfiVWHEBE
Soal Lymph a IiSfeS
nature's own rem
edy lor depleted
nerve force; for ex
haustion; for de
oility; for insomnia;
now prepared in
most highly efflca
ceous tablet form. $
per box. Lasts one
month. Sold in
El Paso only h5
eky & PoUard Shflidoja..TTotfl.
I T5 IS
BUILDING BOOM AT
DEL RIO KEEPS UP
Del Rio, Texas, Dec. i. The com
mercial and industrial development in
Del Rio, which started over a year ago
when the entrance of the Orient rail
road in the city became an assured
fact, has not abated, and new evi
dences are brought forth regularly
which insure the steady Improvement
of the town.
The Del Rio and "Western Telephone
company is now installing improve
ments to Its plant which will cost over
$5000. A new cable, with a capacity
of 200 wires is being installed, taking
the place of a cable with a capacity
of 50.' The old cable is being used in
the north part of town, where many
new telephones are being ordered.
The contract has been let and work
has commenced on the one story brick
building of the College Heights Addi
tion company. This building fronts
75 feet on Greenwood street and ad
joins the handsome structure of the
Del Rio National bank, now in courso
of construction. Three storerooms
will be included in 'the new building:.
The Taylor company, wholesale
grocers aria importers, which recently
opened a house here, with a branch
concern at Marfa, will establish an
other branch house at Alpine.
H. J. Hackett has opened a whole
sale confectionery house and Ice crealm
Walker Stansell, of ,the firm of
Roach & Stansell, contractors in charge
of the Orient construction in this
county, has completed an inspection
trip over the line. Between To "and 20
miles of- grade is now finished in Val
Verde county and five large dutfits are
at work. "Within a few months 'grad
ing will be .started on the terminal
lines in East Del Bio. x '
The county commissioners have em
ployed a road commissioner and a
course of road improvement for the
county is being mapped out and much
improvement is expected in this line.
The winter tourist trade is assuming
large proportions here and , local ac
commodations are now overtaxed. Tho
Commercial club is endeavoring to
promote a large modern hotel.
REURN EMPTY HANDED; -
SAX GAME IS VERY-'SCARCE.
Solomonville, Ariz., Dec 1 Frank
Bichardson, deputy sheriff, and his
visitor, Frank Champ, of Big Springs,
Texas, have returned from a 'week's
hunting trip in the Graham mountaV3
with an empty game bag. They report
a scarcity of game.
Mrs. J. P. Bray is stopping at the
home of Mrs. Ben B. Clark until she
joins her husband, Bev. J. P. Bray,
who has a charge at Helena, Montana,
for the coming year.
Mrs. McKinney, from Colorado, is at
the home of her sister, Mrs. Ben Mow
ers, west of Solomonville, very ill, 'her
life being despaired of. She came a,bQut
a month ago, from Colorado, hoping
the change would benefit her.
Pedro MIchelson, deputy clerk of -the
court. Is in Clifton, Ariz., on business
in connection with tie opening of the
new county of Greenlee on January 1,
1911. ' "
A new, scientific meuical toilet tablet
Draws Out All Inflammation
This remarkable foot bath remedy la
Superior to Powder, Plaster or Salve
and is guaranteed to cure Corns, Cal
louses, Bunions, Frostbites, Chilblains,
Ingrowing Nails, Tired, Aching, Swollen,
Nervous, Sweaty, Bad Smelling Feet.
Smaller Shoes Can Be Worn by using
TIZ, because it puts and keeps the feet
in perfect condition.
TIZ is for sale at all druggists, 25
cents per box. or direct, if you wish,
from Walter Luther Dodge & Co., Chi
More rooms with bath than any
other hotel in El Paso.
J. W. FISHER, Prop.
(Formerly of the Sheldon)
Drink Lots of it
It's pure, rich, sweet.
If s good, and good for your sys
tem. It's, nature's purest- food
drink. Its a nealth food.
Many families use three to five
quarts per dav.
EL PASO DAIRY CO.
Phones: Hell 340: Auto. 1150.
Office 313 N. Oregon.
For yonr heating and phuab
ing "estimate!. Our Eepair
service is prompt and re
liable. 109 N. Campbell.
Bell 956: Auto 2356
IF YOr AVAXT GEXTJIXE
Gallup Lump Coa!
FHOIVE BELIi Cfc.'&'J
AL.SO FIRST CLASS ALFALFA
AXD ALL KIXDS OF GRAIN.
EAST EL TASO FUEL CO.
COMES TO EL PASO
FROM ALPINE CHURCH
Kev. E. B. Atwood Resigns
Charge to Take High
land Park Pastorate.
Alpine, Texas, Dec. 1. Rev. E. B.
Atwood has resigned the pastorate of
the First Baptist church of Alpine to
become pastor of the Highland Park
church in El Paso.
Mr. Atwood Is now in Louisville, but
will return here and remove to his
new field of labor in January.
DEMIXG ODD FELLOW'S
ELECT NEW OFFICERS
Deming, N. M., Dec. 1. Deming
lodge I. O. O. F. No. 6 has elected
the following officers for the ensuing
term of six months: LeRoy Hon, noble
grand; L. E. Margrave, vice grand;
Fred D. .Tack, secretary, and Ben Lar
Court has resumed and a jury was
empaneled and selected inthe case of
David Guaderama, brought here on
change of venue from Dona Ana coun-
Knowles and Roland, engineers and
machiniss, will move into their new
home on north Gold avenue about
January 1. The structure Is 44 feet by
82 feet and built of brick. It Is a two
The Continental Oil company is
making improvements at 'the plant be
low town. A warehouse 18 by 24 Is be
ing constructed for storing all kinds
of case goods.
C. R. Cameron will shortly com
mence building his new steam laundry
on Railroad avenue. This building is
to be of concrete blocks, 30 by 80 feet.
Ralph Cameron, delegate to con
gress, of Arizona, passed through
Deming en route to "Washington.
ALLEGE HE SHOT THREE IX
Globe, Ariz., Dec. 1. Local authori
ties have been asked to find judge
Pete, an Apache Indian justice of "the
peace who, Indians charge, shot three
of their number because he resented
the action of one of the Indians who
beat his motherinlaw.
GOODWTA" TRIED AT GLOBE
OX A CHARGE OF MURDER
Globe, Ariz., Dec. 1. John B.
Goodwin, alias Steele, Is on trial here
on a charge of killing Fred E. Kibbe
at Tuttle station.'
The Elks have opened their new
XO J. P. AT(SILTERBELL.
TucsoX Ariz., Dec. 1. That there
is no justice of the peace at Silverbell
was learned when Acevedo Quetanp
was killed and, a message was sent to
Tucson to have a coroner call there.
County superintendent TVilliam H.
Pryce is holding examinations for
teachers in the county schools.
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.
CHAS. S. HENNING,
CIVIL ENGINEER .
Railroads, Irrigation, Power Plants,
Examinations, Plans, Alanagemenl.
20 years experience in Southwest and
406 Caples' Block. Phone 723
The largest all., reinforced con
crete office building in the U. S.
"ABusiness Building for Business
Hundreds of Offices ail-outside.
Erom $15.00,to $35.00
The best rice, to pay for an of
fice is the price' of the best office.
. Ready Feb. 15th
See - ' .
Horace B. Stevens,'
122 San Francisco St Phone 121
One tot our new tenants,
I Trost & Trost
When you buy feed or flour here, you are
getting tha best you can secure for the
same as you -would pay elsewhere for
inferior grades. AVe have a large supply
and can fill your wants whether large
or small and you'll be hard to please if
we cannot please you,. We are also
headquarters for Seeds. Mail orders giv
en prompt attention.
0. G. Seetori 8i Son
Third and Chihuahua Sis.
YOU probably know what the ordinary
yellow laundry soap does to blankets.
It shrinks the life out of them because it
contains from 30 to 40 rosin.
Sunny Monday Laundry Soap
is white and contains no rosin. It will wash
woolens and flannels without shrinking
.colored goods without fading.
Sunny Monday also contains a wonderful
dirt-starter which saves half the rubbing.
Washes in any kind of water.
'Company, Makerejjjpg B
I "Sunny Monday SSTJ hKA
II bubbles will wash 5V,Vlf
1 I Locowgnva 1 I
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 Office-St Regis Hotel Building
W. C. McCormick, G. A. J. E. Monroe, C. T. A.
THE ELEVATOR -
In The Herald Building runs nights and Sundays as -well.aaia
regular office hours.
THE JANITOR SERVICE
in The Herald Building is the most efficient in El Paso.
at the very heart of the business center, where every car goes
bv the door.
Iiave the highest ceilings in town, and are bright and airy,
thoroughly warmed bv steam in winter. s
' THE PRICES
as low as consistent with the highest standards of service.
We Will Pay You 7ic for Chestnuts
AL;L YOU CAN" GATHER
No difference how worn or worm-eaten they are or how long thej have
been laying around. We have succeeded in making arrangements with the
Edison factory -whereby you can turn in your old Edison Records in ex
BRAND NEW EDISON RECORDS
Write us for our "Specially Prepared Catalogue," showing a list of 500
Records, very carefully selected, and which include some of the most pop
ular selections, vocal and instrumental.
Remember, we allow you 7 l-2c each for your old Edison Records, no
matter what their condition, so thev are not broken or cracked.
QiKTT A I We are 'Pr&Pre1 to Svej FREE to every Edison
iDi HiAtJLi owner either six four-minute or nine-two-minute
Records, as thev may select.
Don't fail to ask us about this.
W. G. Walz Company
?ALKING MACHINE WAREROOMS
103 EL PASO ST.