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EiL PASO HERALD
18 Wednesday, Dec. 14, 1910. ,
Shelled Hickory Xuts,
Shelled Black Walnuts,
Shelled .Brazil Nuts,
Imported Cresco Raisins
Fancy Layer Baisins,
Fancy Black Datesj
Pure Olive Ui
Too much care cannot lae taken in
buying Olive OiL We have exper
imented with Olive Oil and know
wiat is the best. We fravp it,
packed in original cans and "bottles
with the packers' seal. Ltt us
show vou the difference.
SEND US YOUR
lfe, EL PAS
, , . -,, -pistols Urn brellas and Bicycles. Agents Cleve-
iS5SyS?d0&SS,2 Kecord: Chicago to New Tori,. 99
ELPASO REp'ilK SHOP. 08 North Stanton Street. Phone Bell 139.
FAMILY ORDERS PROMPTLY DELIVERED.
BURTON-LINGO CO., FIRST & KANSAS
FOR TENTS AND
Before buying set our prices. We o
EL- PASO TENT AND
MS & 629
L. . XYAN fc CO.
CAEtft DRUG CO.
202 Tku St
SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS AND DSNTAL SUPPLIES.
wm fc tto rieht away." LQNGWELL'S TRANSFER Reasonable Prices.
Ililo 120 Sa5 Francisco St. Careful Men. Bell 1-Anto 1D01
BAGGAGE and MOVING
"We're there in just a minute." Storage and Pacldnj by careful men at rignt price
BELL 1054. ODOK-S TRANSFER. AUTO 1966
A. UTTTiE XONET goes a long wi
H. I. STEWART
CLB-S12 SoHtk StaatoH.
AGENTS FOR THE EASY RUNN
RETAIL GROCERIES WHOLESALE
Mail Orders Given Prompt
Use the '
Secret, Prompt and Accurate. Efficient Service. Reasonable Rates.
RING 1362. CONTRACT DEPT.
CUT. RATE HARDWARE
SN S. El Paso St.
Guns. Ammunition. Wagon Covers. Builders Hardware. Tcole. al!
kr.i; Saldlt. Harness. Cutlery. Tents 07 Paint Etc
SS, WANT A JOB?
We have xaore calls for office help than vre can
wppiy- Your hands earn from 50 cents to $1.50 a
day. Yoariead. when properly trained, can earn
from $5 to S20 a day. DRAUGHON'S will fix your
head qualify you for the S3 to S20-a-day class
aad fiad the job. For FREE catalogue, call, write,
or phone DKAUGHOX'S BUSINESS COLLEGE,
E!Ps.TexM, 107 Seath UITojo St.Pienel4&L
iilini 1 1 Is
Xo. 1 cans
French String Beans,
Tiny Sifted Peas,
Okra, extra fine,
Sweet Wrinkle, Peas,
Boly Poly Cherries,
Pitted. Xo. 3
F. D. Corn,
Xo. 2 O
We have made special arrange
ments t(P accommodate our cus
tomers with he finest selection of
fruits, vegetables and everything
uptodate in this line obtainable,
from the "best markets in the
FANCY APPLES AND ORANGES
Prompt Respires as
el paso tbxjne: factoey
Trunks, Bags and Leather Goods Ante.
Made. Repaired and .kxchangea. " -
seeds. Q?p. Postc-iSce, across Plaz:
BELL 50; AUTO 1050
an .save you money. We are manufac
3X 5 EI "A30 3i
212 SAN ANTONIO ST.
Bell 032; Auto. 2108
ING WHITE SEWING 3IA CHINE.
and Special Attention.
307-309 E. Overland St.
409 South Santa Fe St.
Bell Phone 1403. Auto. Phone 1405.
EL PASO THEATRE
Heats go on Sale Saturday
9 A. M.
LLAS MEN RAISE
MONEY II BUY
O'Hara Ships, Ore From
Alaska- Group to El
Silver City, N. M.. Dec. 14. The Gold
gulch section, embracing a portion of
the Central mining district, located
about 14 miles northeast of this city,
is to be developed to a large extent by
the Gold Frog Mining-Milling com
pany, now in the process of organiza
tion by capitalists of Dallas, Texas,
during the coming year. The company
is raising the necessary funds to ac
quire and operate the Gold Frog group,
-which is located in the center of -the
Gold gulch district, and is known to
have produced a large amount of high
grade ore since the discovery of the
district, a few years ago, and has large
bodies of lower grade ore, which it is
thought can be profitably mined.
The group has been partially devel
oped, much mining machinery and
equipment installed, and with the pro
posed expenditure of not less than $35,
000 by the above company, there seems
every reason to believe that the group
can be made a steady shipper. There
are large veins and dikes running the
entire length of the district and wher
ever shafts have been sunk, high grade
gold ore has been encountered. The
ore values also run well in lead and
James T. Of'Hara, the Los Angeles
mining man, who is now developing
the Alaska group of six claims, sit
uated in the Pinos Altos district, has
madeT'a shipment of two carloads of
good grade ore from the group, one
car going Ho a Kansas point and the
other to El Paso. O'Hara is doing con
siderable work upon the group and has
recently encountered a very rich grade
of ore in the shaft, at the main work
ings on the property.
D. P. "Warrington, the owner of a
mine in the Shakspere mining district,
just west of Ijordsburg, Is doing his
I will teach you.
M. J. Ely's
102 N. Campbell St
Eb Paso, Tex.
P. 0. Box 757.
Special Sale ,
ON OUR 40c.
We use HdT WATER to CLEANSE
with at our fountain.
C. S. PICKRELL, Mgr.
206 N. Oregon St. Phone 347
Under the Electric Fountain.
Continuing the sale of
v $40.00 Suits and Overcoats
35.00 Suits and Overcoats
32.50 Suits and Overcoats
30.00 Suits and Overcoats
28.50 Suits and Overcoats
27.50 Suits and Overcoats
25.00 Suits and Overcoats
22.50 Suits and Overcoats
20.00 Suits and Overcoats
18.50 Suits and Overcoats
16.50 and $15.00 Suits and
Overcoats at $1 1.75
'jail niiiriiiiB ill
Wednesday, Dec. 2f
annual work upon th'e mine, with a
force of four men. The- mine has al
ready been developed to a considerable
extent, and carries a good grade of ore,
both in the- shaft, which is now to a
depth of 100 feet, and in the tunnel,
which has-been run in on the vein to a
distance -of 150 feet. There are many
ricl mines surrounding the property.
"Warrington expects to develop- the
property further during fie coming
The Savanna Copper company con
tinues its work of drilling in the Burro
mountain district, near the point of its
recent rich strike, and it is believed
that this method will determine the ex
tent of the rich strike, which is
thought to be very extensive. This com
pany is doing a large amount of annual
labor this month, upon its large hold
ings of unpatented mines.
XATIO'SAJL IilXES RESCIND
SWITCHING CHARGE ORDER.
In reply to the protest raised by the
mining public against the switching
regulation, which was issued last
month, making a charge of 45 for every !
car switched off the main track, the
superintendent of transportation for
the National Lines of Mexico has issued
a countermanding order, suspending
this charge until further ordered. This
decision -will be welcomed by the min
ing Interests, especially the smaller
properties which are operating on lov;
per car amounted to a noticeable do-
tifaar w me prui.il per iuu
TREASURY COMPANY" WILL
INSTALL." TREATMENT PLANT
The U. S. Treasury Mining com
pany which for the last three years has
been devoting- its entire attention to
the development of its properties at
Chloride. X. ., ls still sinking its
Treasury shaft No. 1 and completing
its connection on the 200 foot level
with the Old Eagle shaft No. 1' with
the result that sufficient' ore bodies
have been exposed to justify the erec
tion of a treatment plant for its large
ore reserves. The installation of the
first unit of this plant which will have
a daily capacity of 50 tons will prob
ably be made at once.
EXPERT EXAMINES NORTH
TIGRE MINE IN SONORA.
The property of thfe North Tlgre mine
in Sonora, in which El Paso interests
are represented, has been recently ex
amined by an expert representing j
Canadian people. Samples across IS:
Inches ran 325 ounces in silver and 4.3
ounces in gold. The vein averages 80
ounces silver and 0.62 ounce gold, or
a little over $30 per ion.
OPERATES TWENTY STAMP MILL.
The Ocean Wave Mining company is
operating its 20 stamp mill at Hermo-
sa, N. , M., producing concentrates
which assay from 600 to S00 ounces in j
silver, he main shaft is x down about
250 feet -and connection has been made
on the 200 foot level with the old tun- j
nel across the gulch. New deposits
having good lead and silver values
have been uncovered.
DAVIS TO OPEN MINES
FOR JARILLA. COPPER COV I
Paul B. Davis, manager of the t
Philadelphia company's group of mines
In the Organ mountains. New Mexico,
east of Las Cruces, has gone to the
Jarilla mountains, where he will open
up the mines of the Jarilla Copper
company. He expects to be away about
a month, and when he returns he will
resume work on the property of the
SIERRA COMPANY TO BUILD
ELECTRIC PLANT AT OCAMPO
The state of Chihuahua has granted
a concession to the Sierra Minirig com-
j pany, represented by L.Ieut. H. O.
Flipper, of EI Paso, to establish an
J electric plant at Ocampo. It exempts
the company from all state and mu
nicipal taxes for 10 years.
TO BOOST APPLE '
CULTURE IN WEST
America. Apple Congress to
Be- Formed at Denver
Denver, Colo., Dec. 14. Orchardists
throughout the country- will be inter
ested in the efforts of Colorado fruit
j growers to create a permanent organ
ization, to be known as the American
Apple congress, wih the object of bring
ing orchardists together annually from
all sections of the country where this
fruit is raised to discuss matters of im
portance and mutual interest.
The first congress fs to be held in
thic oltv hpfrlnnlnp- tnmnrrnw una nnn-
! tinuing three days, and such is the in
terest in the undertaking that an Invi
tation has been issued by governor
John F. Shafroth, of Colorado, to all
apple producing sections of the United
States and Canada to send delegates to
The congress will be an important
event in the apple world. Interest in
the meeting is not confined to the' grow
ers of the western states, but extends
to the apple states of the east as well.
It has been well said hat "in the west
the scientific culture of fruit has reach
ed a high state of perfection," and
there is no doubt that apple growers of
the eastern and northern states can
learn many lessons in culture from the
western growers. The fame of ' the
Colorado apple has extended around the
world and It is fitting that the first
American apple congress should be
held in Denver.
Fruit arrowinsr on a larce scale- in Col-
1 orado is of comparatively recent origin.
The development of the fruit industry
and its real beginning in 1900, when
system and science is taken into con
sideration, although commercial fruiff
growing can be traced mack as far as
It is highly probable that arrange
ments will be made at the apple con
gress for the holding of a national ap
ple show in Denver in the autumn of
1911. An exposition of that character
was held in Denver in January of the
present year and it attracted attention
from all apple sections. Should such
a show be held next year it will be the
largest event of its kind ever held in
ALPIXE COMMERCIAL CLUB.
Alpine, Texas, Dec. 14. W. C. Bar
rickman, field man of the Texas Com
mercial Secretaries' association, ar
rived here yesterday morning and ad
dressed the Alpine Business Men's club
at the courthouse yesterday afternoon
at 3:30 o'clock in the interests of his
Mr. Barrickman thinks favorably of
accepting the position of booster-secretary
for the Alpine Business Men's club.
Cures all blood humors, all
eruptions, clears the complex
ion, creates an appetite, aids
digestion, relieves that tired
feeling, gives vigor and vim.
Get it today in usual liquid form or
chocolated tablets called Sarsatabs.
TAFT TO ADDRESS
American .Soeietv Meeting
For Judicial Settlement
to Be International
Washington, D. C, Dec, 14. Univer
sal peace, the disbandment of that great
drain upon a nation's resources, the
standing army, and the establishment
of an international court of justice,
where disputes arising between nations
can be settled without recourse to war,
are the motives which actuated the
forming of the American Society for
Judicial Settlement of International
Disputes, which will open here tomor
row for a three day conference. The
meeting will be attended by the presi
dent of the United States, some of the
foremost citizens of the republic, and
emissaries from the leading countries
-of Europe. The presence of these rep
resentatives of foreign governments
will lend an international tone to the
conference and add to its importance
as a factor in forwarding this work.
It is believed by those associated
with the movement that the meeting
will do much to further the efforts of j
the men who are Bending their energies
toward the realization of the peace
court, and that a start will be made to- j '
ward "the accomplishment of that far j
greater ihsiv, iub bucuuicuiug vj. jjuu
lic sentiment so essential to its success
Among the distinguished men who
have consented to address the confer
ence are: President Taft, senator Eli
hu Root, the Dutch minister, Charles
W. Eliott, of Cambridge, governor-elect
Simeon E. Baldwin xf Connecticut, Jo
seph H. Choate, "William Dudley Foulke,
Francis B. Loomis, Richard Bartholdt;
Charles Noble Gregory, Thomas Nelson
Page, the French ambassador, cardinal
Gibbons, John W. Foster, David Starr
Jordan, Justice Brown, admiral Stock
ton. Andrew Carnegie and justice Rid-
dell (Ontario). Governors of 16 states j
have appointed 10 delegates each from J
their state to the conference and boards
nt t-miio ir tfA rit5 of thft past and!
middle west are likewise sending dele-
gates. , ?
The address of presidential t will j
take place on the opening evening, on
which occasion cardinal Gibbons will
open the conference with an invocation
and the secretary of state will preside.
Five Dollars a Box
The Price Cut No Figure AYIth Hinr.
j "I want to say for the benefit of
some poor dyspeptic that Stuart's Dys
pepsia Tablets will give comfort and
a" cure every time. Five dollars a box
would not stop my purchasing them
should I ever suffer again as I did for
a "week before using them.
"The one 50 cent box I bought at
my druggists's did the work and my
digestion is all right again.
"Many of my neighbors have' also
tried these tablets and found them to
be just as represented and Mr. Ellms
also wants me to use his name in
endorsing Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets."
A. Ellms andChas. F. Buzzell,
South Sudbury, Mass.
Mrs. Jas. Barton, of Toronto, Canada,
writes: "For eichteen months I suf
fered from what I supposed was blad- j
uer ana kjuiicj iruuuif, uuu iu" """
cine from three different doctors, with
out any sign of cure. I felt so ill at
last I was hardly able to do my work.
"I thought I would try a 'box of
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets and see If
they would make me feel better, never
really thinking I had dyspepsia, but
after only throe or four tablets had
been taken all the acid trouble disap
TiAarerl and then I discovered I had had
acid dyspepsia, while the doctors 'nad
been treating me for kidney and blad- ,
der trouble and one of them treated me j
"My digestion is fine, my complexion
clear and I am able to do my work
and low spirits are unknown to me.
"I am thankful for finding a cure so
good and so pleasant to take as
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets. I am sur
prised at the change they haveNmade in
All druggists sell and recommend
Stuart's dyspepsia Tablets because
they contain only the simple natural
digestives, and taken after meals pre
vent acidity and cause prompt diges
tion and assimilation of food.
Physicians everywhere endorse them
because they are as safe for the child
as for the adult: they are invaluable
for sour stomach, nervous dyspepsia.
inpn.rthiiru. eras on stomach and bowels
and every form of stomach derange- j
GLASS STOCK CO.
Ten eights in a Barroom
A Play Never To Be Forgotten.
25 and 35 cents.
We are prepared to turn out
your framing quickly
Tattle Paint A 'Glass Co.
BELL PHONE 206; AUTO PHONE 1206.
Foos G-asoline Engines.
Worthington Centrifugal Pumps
General Electric Motors
Let us quote you price on your complete Pumping. Plant.
AVrite us for catalogues.
Denver Rock Drill & Machinery Co.
520 San Francisco St., El Paso, Texas.
.. C. BARLOW, 3rsr.
Bell Phone 334.
Auto. Phone 1334.
THE METALS BUYING AND REFINING CO.
210 San Francisco St.
Burned Retorts, .Etc.
In Locating in
. MILLS BUILDING
Horace B. Stevens
TILE ;N ALL SIZES
Dry Press, Stock, Wire Cut, Mottled and
For your heating and plumb
ing "estimates. Our Repair
service is prompt and re
liable. 109 N. Campbell.
Bell 956; Auto 2356
ASSAYEBS & CH5TM1STS
Independent Assay Gfiic
D. W. RscsziAKT. E JL. Proprietor.
Agenz for Ors Skippers Asaavs and
Chemical Analysis. Minsi Examined
cr.d Reported Upon. Bullion Work a
Qpecialtg. ?.o. Box S3.
Office and Laboratory!
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Ei. PA3C. TEXAS.
Imported by Ellct-Kendall
Shoe Co. Sold by
ELPASO HOE CO.
203 TEXAS ST.
IF YOU WAXT GENUINE
Gallup Lump Coal
thone belij izisr
ALSO FIRST CL.ASS ALFALFA
AND ALL KINDS OF GRAIN.
EAST ELt PASO FUEL CO.
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Carving Sets. Skates, Parlor Gaines,
Athletic Equipment, Pennants, etc.
See us before buying.
SHELTON-PATNE ARMS QX
Bell Phone 2777
City Xatlonal Bank
'Mine & Smelter Sapplr Co.
Crltchett & Fersrnion
Custom 'Assay Office
1 Paso, Texas.
Gold and Silver Bullion
Dentist Scraps and Sweeps'
Xugrsets and Gold Bust
will the children find
the Victor they have
been looking for?
app o i nt
There's a Victor at every price
S10, 517.50, $25, $32.50, S40, $50,
$60 $100; Victor-Victro!ar $75,
$100, $150, $200, $250. And easy
terms can be arranged if desired.
W. G. Walz Company
"Rush Jobs Are Our Especial
Crawford & Goftwald
Planing mill and office, CO Ho. St. j
Low prices on Sash. Doors, and "Win- I
dow Glass; Cabinet Work; Bank, I
Store and Office Fixtures. 1
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.
I'hcmes: Bell 40; AHto. use.
Office 313 N. OrejjoK.
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TWO SHOWS NIG-HTLY
Prices, 10 and 25c
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