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Saturday, Dee. 31, 1910,
To Break Op a Oold
in Tweaff-Four Hours!
CURE ANY COUGH THAT IS CURABLE.
Get from the drugstore, and mix together in a large bottle, 2 ounces
of glycerine, 8 ounces of pure -whisky and 1-2 ounce of virgin oil of pine,
fha-ke well, and take a teaspoonful every four hours. It will quickly heal
any irritation of the mucous surface in throat and bronchial organs.
This formula was used and recommended for many years by the late
Dr. W. A. Leach, who claimed it would break up a cold in twenty-four
hours and cure any curable cough. The well-known healing properties of
pine, in its action on the respiratory organs, are present m the genuine
virgin oil of pine. Thi3, combined with its absolute freedom from opiates
and narcotic drug's of any description, makes it an invaluable remedy for
the family medicine chest.
In the case of young children, a drop of the pine on a little sugar pro
vides a pleasant, as well as effective remedy for coughs and colds. Oil of
pme is also frequently used in this way by preachers and public speakers,
to relieve hoarseness and other affections of the vocal organs. Its effect
is almost instantaneous. The genuine virgin oil of pine is put up in half
ounce vials for dispensing through druggists, and. prepared only in the
iacoraiories oi vne Jjeacn iimu vu.,
freshness and purity.
RENE BACHE'S BUDGET.
GOVERNMENT IS EXPERIMENTING WITH NEW
ONES OF NATIVE ORIGIN.
any of Our Wild Plants Promise Well as Producers of
Perfumes, Though Never Utilized Hitherto Pros
pect of Making Attar of Roses in the
South Oil of Geranium
i .and Citrus Oils.
ASHIXGTON, D. C., Dec 31.
The culture of perfumery j
plants is being tried by the
fpartment of agriculture on its experi- J
lental farm at Arlington, across the
tomac from the city of Washington !
le idea in view being -not only to as- '
Irtain how successfully the well rec-i
nized species, such as the geranium j
id lavender, can be grown in this ,
buntry, but also to find out how 'far
may be practicable to utilize va-
us native wild t plants as producers
It is belreved that not a few of our
itive -wild plants would yield perfumes
high commercial value, if cultivated.
It the present time, unfortunately, our
ltput of volatile oils useful for such
lrposes is surprisingly smaiL Indeed. ,
tr production of such oils for any ,
nd of employment is restricted al-!
bst wholly to spearmint and pepper- .
lint, which are grown and distilled-
a considerable .scale tne latter,
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Mamy Fragrant Wild Plants. ,
Hosts of wild aromatic plants are
found growing in all sections of the
fountry, and many of them possess
t-xceeamgiy line iragrance, wniie many, t
m the other hand, have oaors less at-
to Ma rn- clictrflcfirft rf Ticaftiinace
ractive out suggestive or useiuiness. ,
tn most cases these odorous plants are 1
;apable of producing oils or value not
nly in the perfumery trade, but also
m the arts and for medicinal purposes,
Et is suggested by the department of
igrlculture that s. systematic canvass
should be made of the flora of the
Jnlted States, with a view to picking
mt wild plants. that possess an aroma
which plants may thereupon be sub-
Jected to experimental distilation. In
this way many new and Important vo-
latile oils would doubtless be discov-
Balgariaa Rose Ib America.
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ment says that certain sections of the
United States seem well adapted to the
growth of the Bulgarian rose, -which
produces (by distilation) the rose oil,
nr "nftar it rn?ps OT oommprre. IX
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is further "believed by the experts that (
tne culture or otner roses useiui tor
jerfumery purposes might be success
fully pursued in some portions of the
(south, where conditions of climate are
specially favorable, Labor in that part
)f the country is cheap a point of im-
Iportance Ik this connection, inasmuch
the petals gathered for distilation
imust be plucked by hand.
Lavender, now grown extensively in
the semi-mountainous districts of
France, and in England also, for its oil,
might be cultivated with equal advan
tage in our own country. Likewise the
rose geranium, a plant of exquisite
odor, grown and distilled in France,
Spain and Algiers. Its volatile oil, al--
lost indispensable In the perfumery in- ,
Idustry. resides in the leaves, its flow
ers being almost odorless. Experiments
in the distilation of this plant are al
ready being made by the department of
fit 3a"ci t4-wAT"4- ?? sf nn!niTi TS-
rosemar thymeTsieeTbasnrummer ,
Isavory and sweet marjoram, as well as
pther plants of similar character na-
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rieldingoils of excellent fragrancee for.
lerfumers and makers of toilet prep-
irations, could, with proper care and
erseverance, be produced to advantage j
the United States.
DIstllliHsr Oil From Seeds.
The distilation of oils from such
.eeas as caraway, amse. xennex aria cor-,
ander. which are so universally used
seeds as caraway, ainse, fennel and cor-
Tor iiavonng ana scenting, purposes,
las been carried on successfully m
southern Eurone for a irreat manv '
outnern Europe ioi a great manj .
ears. These seeds have been intro- J
iuueu mio me uauua aiaies, ana grown
n small quantities, principally for J
luuseuoiu use. xi wouiu oe an easy
latter to produce them on a more ex
tensive scale for the distilation of their
fragrant oils especially in the north
entral states, -where climate and soil
ire suitable. The seeds are coarsely
fcround before being distilled by steam.
Small quantities of citrus oils are
irodnced in -California from orange and
lemon peels, but the Industry has o"b-
Better Than Spanking.
Spanking does not cure children of
edwetting. There is a constitutional
lause for this trouble- Mrs. M. Sum-
lers. Box "W, Isotre Dame, Ind., will
end free to any mother her successful
ome treatment, with full instructions,
tend no money, rut write her today
If your children trouble you in this
vay. Don't blame the child. the
mances are It can't heln it. This
reatment also cures adults and asred
Eeople troubled with urine difficulties
y day or niglit.
oiucuhk,, j., wuo guwauiee xva
tained slight attention compared with
what it ought to receive, in view of '
the fact that the market demand f or
these oils is verv constant and the price !
reasonably high. The distilation of
-waste or unsalable lemons would yield i
a volatile oil of lemon of high quality
and readily marketable. It is further
suggested that lemon tree prunings
produce, bv distilation. an oil or an ex-
tremelv hisrh flavor, which should
prove valuable. j
Volatile Oils In Flavoring. I
The use of volatile oils in flavoring ,
and In the manufacture of flavoring
extracts is very extensive. It is re
stricted, however, to a comparatively
small number of oils, principal among
which are lemon, orange, wintergreen.
peppermint and others of this type.
The lemon and orange oils are import-
ed by us from Sicily and Italy. The
only kind of volatile oil that we export
in any considerable quantity is that j
of the DecnerniiiiT of renpermint oil
4-wirtttlea mostly In Michigan aTCl Kewt
York, we send abroad about 140.000
pounds annually, valued at S650.000. j
a wild plant that yields a volatile i
Qil of much value is the sassafras tree,
which is found all the way from iflor-
Ida to New England. Sassafras oil was,
. a .s j- t-. ait xi :4:i1a
one 0f the first volatile oils distilled
in America, and at the present time, it
is produced on quite a large scale in
naif a dozen states. It is obtained prin- I
cinally from the root-bark, which is
first ground and then subjected to ordi- (
ixary steam distillation.
Amon other aromatic nlants that
furnish valuable oils are the winter-
en and sweet birch. The two are
not botanically related, vet. curiously
enough, both produce the same kind of
oil the sweet birch from its bark and
tv,o shmhhv arteror. frnm its
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I looiroc qtiiI twifc Wttr? horffntnnt nrt
leaves ana iwigb. v nu uerjja.mu aiiu
horsemlnt which grows wild in the
Wild bergamot and
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sota, yield volatile oils that are most
usefUi for their antiseptic properties,
And n0t to be forgott-n is the small
herb known as pennvwal. the oil of
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which, ULiwiJiiwH vtiiciij' m uuiu u.hu
North Carolina, finds extensive employ
meat in medicine.
Importations Are Heavy.
We import about $2,750,000 vorth of
volatile oils of all kinds annually. But i
this estimate doesjmt include imports!
of alcoholic perfumery, embracing .
toilet and cologn' waters, which
amount to nearly $500,000 worth per
annum. The perfumery products come
chiefly from France, where the art of
compounding them usually they are '
several oils in
has been scientifically developed. '
Although volatile oils find many uses f
in medicine, the greatest demand for'
them comes from makers of perfumes
and perfumery products and of flavors.
As a result of scientific research in
perfume chemistry, not only lias a
large fi-'ld of commercial activity been
developed, but scientific knowledge it-
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lreMtag Importutce of this
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taken to investigate the possibilities of
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Such volatile oils exist in the tissues
of plants in the form of minute glo
bules, which are sometimes so conspic
uous as to be seen without the aid of
a magnifying glass. If a leaf of the
peppermint, especially at the time of
bloSsoming. be closely examined? tiny
SHStening particles of oil will 1-e dis- '
PerT,p in like manner rlo;e sr-i-mv
f i 7 manner, close sc. um-v
0f tjje peei 0f a lemon or orange will,
disclose to view small circular oil1
erlands iust beneath the outer slrin
The presence of these oil glands helps ,
to give a lemon or orange its character
istic roughened appearance.
Oil of geranium is derived from three
well known species of the plant, one
of which is the common "rose gera
nium" of our gardens. These geraniums
are grown for the perfume market on
an immense scale in southern Europe,
the plants being harvested a little bo
fore the opening of the flowers, when
the lemon-like odor they at first pos
sess cives nlace to the odor of t,0 reo
t ot !i - r," ;;: i : i
To get the oil, the entirep lant is put '
iiitu me wuii, auu sometimes rose pet
als are added to improve the quality
It is believed that in the coast belt of
the south and in southern California an
oil of geranium might be produced
equal to the best Imported article.
The mos.t famous of all swet smell
ing oils, atar roses, costs $5 an ounce,
and, even at that price, is practically
alwas's adulterated with oil of gera
nium. It is made by simply dist:Iling
roses in water. The pure atar is verv
offensive to the smell; onl when it
, is much diluted does its fragrance be
come so incomparably delicious j
The ancients, before the art of distil- '
lation was -known. aseJ aromatic plants
in dried form for their agreeable odors.
No perfumes were more highly es
teemed in early times than frankin
cense and myrrh, which were both gum
I resins derived from trees.. The latter
i is obtained from a shrubby tree rtative
to soutnwestern asi, mu iuui wi .
f-oes to China. In Europe and in this
j country toaay it is u " w
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an ingredient of tooth washes. Frank
i incense is from a tree that grows in
Arabia and parts of India. One thou
sand tons of it are said to have been
burned annually on the great altar of
! the high god Bel in ancient Babylon
! the divinities of antiquity being, as a
! rule, exceedingly fond of good smells.
! TT. E. Pomeroy Reports De
velopment in iMina Mex
ico Near Eacanora.
W. E. Pomeroy, general manager for
La Campania Mina de Mexico, which
took over the estate of the late Car-
i men Ortega, the Mina Mexico near
I Bacanora, in the Sahnaripa of Sonora,
is in El Paso spending the holidays
with members of his family, who make
their home here. Mr. Pomeroy reports
that all the machinery for the 75-ton
blast furnace is now on the ground,
and he anticipates having it ready to
blow in by the first of February, if
no.t earlier. The power will be supplied
by a f25 K. W. electric generator, driv
en by 125 horse power steam turban
engine, and the plant will be one of
the most complete and modern rnstala
The telephone line connecting the
camp with Sonichi, the terminus of the
Southern Pacific on the Yaqui river,
had but three miles to build in order
I to put the camp in touch with the out-
The main shaft which is now at a
depth of 750 feet is still sinking, and
the company intends carrying it down
to a depth of 1000 feet, and even
farther. At the depth now attained the
ore body is larger and richer-than
ever, yielding rock that carries 200
ounces in silver oer ion, and a large
percentage in lead.
The product of the furnace will be a
high grade lead matte. The operations
of the company are giving a great deal
of movement in the Yaqui river region.
It has 400 pack, animals employed in
the transportation of supplies from
Tonlchi, about 30 miles in a northwest
BODY OF SULPHIDE
Two New Engines Arrive at
Santa Eita, Making 8
in the Camp.
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canta Rita, 2v M.. Dec. 31. The Chino
Copper company has uncovered a large
body of sulphide ore on the 500 foot
level. This ore is below the steam
shovel limit and will have to be mined
" "ie oia way.
Two new engines have arrived from
fho Pnrfnr T .rrrm r. iva nnnnla rf BUf
tne sorter locomotive people of Pitts-
burg. This makes eight engines at
worx hauling ore and waste to the
dumping grounds. i
The new machine shop" Is coming
along nicely. The steel workers are
putting the steel frame in place. The-
shop will be large enough to handle'
several locomotives at once, if neces-!
R- J. Monohan, a mining engineer of
this district, and several New Tork
mining men, are in camp inspecting the
Connor "Rose s-ronn Thic minp. is ti,e
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viij wuc uj iu uu m uie uuiieu
States Copper roses have been found .
only one of its class in the United
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property contains considerable sulphide
and oxide ore worth milling.
The Chino Copper company's mining
engineers will entertain a few of their
f.:Ann . nt,. -v- -ct.. .iv.
iiicuuo uu agv J.cai i-rc; Willi
dance in the new mess hall. .
The Santa Rita rooming house, -which
has 75 rooms, is being enlarged by
ioaing u more,
Harry Thrush, time-keeper, is in the
hospital under the care of Dr. Carner, ,
th typhoid fever. j
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1:5 JCtiOil Ul XflUlN 11 ',
This Mouth It Has Sgnt 80,-,
000 Pesos of Ore to
The Batopilas Mining company, oper
ating in Southwestern Chihuahua sent
to the city of Chihuahua in the begin
ning of this month, products amount
fc - , ' ..
ing to 80,000 pesos, the result of four
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- e prlnerptl product? being
sme o' the San Miguel group on the
southVside of the river, and others of
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of tne rlver The first group Js heing -
worked through the San Miguel tunnel; i
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tunnei. The Roncesvalles " g
been worked for 1300 feet above the
river level. The San Miguel has work
ings more than 1000 feet below the
w,. nArl 4 pnncl,ur!lhin c0 ti
silver produced during the laVt month
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tomo vein, which was in big bonanza
mo vonw itm
b'Jii 1 I VV iiiiN 1 Y YE AR
OIL LAND LEASE j
Texans Say They Are
Backed by $100,000,000
Nearly 5000 acres of land, almost in
one continuous block, has now been
secured unuer a isu-vear lease in tim i
aim n ii oc -.-" " .
Albuquerque, by the Oil and Mineral I
"fuu: """C1U:. -""'"". bOUtn r
Lease and Contract company of Pecos.
F. "W. Johnson, vice president of the
Pecos bank, of Pecos, Texas, and J. E. I
$rown, or Houston, Texas, who have
been acquiring options and leases ori
the property, say they represent oil in
terests capitalized at $100,000,000. ko
far the Sexas company, as such, has
naa no ostensible part in the negotia
tions, and whether or not their inter
ests are also represented by these men
cannot be stated positively yet.
IFOR BUST FDHMGE
Suggestive Questions On'Sunday School t .
Lesson By Rev. Dr. Linscott For the Inter
national Newspaper Bible Study Club
(Copyright 1910. by Rev. T. S. Iiinsco tt. D. D.
L,essOii for Sunday, Jan. S, 101 1.
jeroboam Makes Idols for Israel to
worship. 1 Itintrs xlKIio m:i.u,
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Golden Text Thou shnlt not make
unto thee any graven image. Ex. xx:4.
(1.) Verse 25 When were Schecham
1 and Penuel situated?
(2.) Verses 26-27 Which tends more
to promote faithfulness to God, advers- j
ity or prosperity'? Give your reasons?
(3.) Is doubt of God more of tne
head or the heart and why?
(4.) What reason is there to believe
that if Jeroboam had been true to GOd
he would have rested in confidence that
his kingdom, could never be taken from
him? OSee Chap. xi:3S).
(5) Was Jeroboam's doubt of his peo
ple caused by their unfaithfulness or
by his own fear?
(G.) What Is the general result of
doubting: those with nhom he have to
do in the matter of faithfulness to us?
(This fxuestion must be answered in
writing by members of the elub).
(7.) What would have been the
probable results if Jeroboam had al
lowed the people to go up to Jerusa
lem to worship?
(S.) Verses 28-30 Did Jeroboam act
wisely or wickedly in preventing the
people from ging up to Jerusalem to
worship? Give your reasons.
(9.) If you had been Jeroboam wnat
would you have decided about the peo
ple going up to Jerusalem to worship?
(10.) If Jeroboam hod provided for
purely spirilual worship at Bethel,
and Dan, what would then have been
God's attitude concerning not letting
the people go up to Jerusalem?
(11.) m What was Jeroboam's real sin
(12.) Verses 31-33 How much aid
are pictures, paintings, or statuary of
the saints, or high class music, to the
spiritual worship of the unseen God?
(13.) What can "you say for or
against banquets, and similar func
tions in the church, when they are
not held for money making?
(14.) What did Jeroboam mean the
people to understand as to the signifi
cance of two golden calves?
(15.) Was such public worship as
Jeroboam established accepted by God
as worship, even if engaged in by
some truly devout souls?
(16.) Verses 1-5 What constitutes
a man of God?
(17.) What was the purpose of the
visit of this man of God to Bethel?
(18.) Wnat reason is there to be
lieve that God always warns sinners
before visiting their sina upon them?
(19.) How did Jeroboam receive the
rebuke of the man of God?
20.) Do calamities" happen to sin-
MEXICAN MINES PAY
BIG 1910 DIVIDENDS
With half a hundred mining and
metallurgical companies in Mexico hav
ing1 paid in dividends the aggregate of
6,422.121, United States currency, up to
the first day of December, this year.
and many heavy disbursements of
bread- money being assured before
j New Tear's day, the 1910 record of the
1 Mexican republic is nothing- to be
ashamed of. These same 50 companies
since their incorporation paid out In
dividends S8R377900 gold. At that,
those totals by no means tell the story
of Mexico mining profits, since they do
not include manv producing nronerties
owned by close corporations, nartner-
: shins or individuals, who do not make:
public statements of their earnings. If
all such records were available it is
probable that the dividends paid by
mining and mining works of Mexico
this vear would be found to nile un to
at least S10.000.000. eold.
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is reported in bonanza at a depth of
500 feet with an ore body 30 feet In
width carrying high values in lead and
silver. The property is about four
miles east from the Yaqui river, -opposite
Ajguacaliente station on the
railway between Cumaripa and Realito.
TO DEVELOP COPPER KIXG
GROUP TN DRAGOOX DISTRICT
Bisbee, Ariz., Dec. 31. I. Martin, R,
left for their property, situated near
the Dragoon district, for the purpose
of carrying out a, plan of development.
Their holdings consist of a group of
claims known as the Copper King.
confronting anyone in need of a laxa
yg is not a question of a single ac-
ti nlv hfc nf rmnnpntw hpn
frcial effects, -which -will follow proper
efforts to live in a healthful way, with
the assistance of Syrup of "iss and
Elixir of Senna, whenever it is re
quired, as it cleanses the system
gently yet promptly, without irritation
and will therefore always have the
preference of all who wish the best of
The combination lias the approval
of physicians because it is known to
be truly "beneficial, and because it has
glYeS satisfaction to the millions oi
ell-informed families who have used
t for many years past
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huy the genuine manufactured by the
'California g Syrup Co. only.
For Pre-veHtlve Treatment
32.- SAX AXTOMO STREET.
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ners today outside of the natural re
sults of their sins?
(21.) Who was the Josiah referred
to in verse 2 and what did he after ac
complish? (2i.) Verse 6 How often does God
forgive sinners for their sins?
(23.) Was the king sorry for his sin
l or for being found out, and what is j
i the difference?
j Lesson for Sunday, January 15, 1911:
, Asa's Good Reign in Judah. 2 Chron.
Take "heed that ye do not your alms.
before men, to be seen of them;
otherwise ye have no reward of your
Father which Is in heaven. -
Therefore when thou doesct thine
alms, do not sound a trumpet before
thee, as the hypocrites do in the syn-
! fiernciifiR nnfl in the strppt? thn- thpr
may have glory of men. Verily I say
unto you, They have their reward.
But when thou does alms, let not
thy left hand knoweth wjiat thy right
Tha't thine alms may he in secret:
anl thy Father which seeth in secret
himself shall reward thee openly.
And when thou prayest, thou shalt
not be as the hypocrites are: for they
love to pray standing in the syna
gogues and in tine corners of the
streets, that they may be seen of men.
Verily I say unto you, They have their
But thou, when thou prayest, enter
into thy closet, and when tbou hast
shut thy door, pray to th Father
which is in secret; and thy Father
Which seeth in secret shall reward
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I rXTERXATIOXAIi PRESS BI- .
I. RLE QUESTION" CLUB.
T have read the Suggestive
J Questions on the Sunday School J
J Lesson published in The EI Paso
X Herald: also the Lesson itself
J for Snnday, Jan. S, 1911, and in-
I tend to read the scries of 52.
! Name. . .
J. A A A A A A A A A A A A A A
j COPPES STEIKE AT
. PARKER A RICH ONI
What is claimed to be the richest years as they are getting scarce. M.
copper strike ever made In this section B- Peyton, game warden, has Issued
was encountered a few days ago on the many licences this year, but has had
property of the Copper Basin Mining 'no trouble with malfactors, although
company in the Copper Basin district, several were arrested further north in
IS miles north of Parker, Ariz. During tne J3e11 rancn OT killing deer on a
the progress of sinking the shaft, con Protected reserve.
tractor Harvey Hon this week broke' H- X- Porter, prqprietor of the Elec
into a four foot body of copper glance trIc tneater has returned from a busi
ore at a depth of 60 feet. From its ap- ne5s trIp to Kentucky, and reports that
pearance it will easily run 5J) percent whlle in Kansas City, he was assaulted
in the red metal, besides containing shortly after supper one evening, and
gold values & ' robbed of two waches and some money,
S. A. Giles has taken an option onla,loss of ab.out 200- The thieves left
the molybdenite nnnnr minac nt t. t him unconscious and he was taken to
Lassel. Smith and Sawyers and w" J
rvmnAi-c tnot i ,, .. ."
of Ctdnr Th m,-r,0c n- T"" "
of Cedar. The mines are to be operated
under fha monoo-t -nr --. r,
...v; i.una05iin:iii ml v. jr. iarr. i
The veins on this rroperty are very
large and the mineralized area is great.
TO DOUBLE OUTPUT OF MINE j
IX PARRAL, MEXICO, DISTRICT
The Torres Mines. Limited, un Tntr.
lish concern which owns mines in the
ME-CE'S pm a,strlct- "
eduction mill of the company
1c Tirrr 1-r. T1 , , . '
tLr T inV8 ClaImed that
there are about 20,000 tons of ore now
avauahlf fr treatmont. The value nf
the troeVlv chi-t. .,,. , " tuc w:,,: 4Ii LI1C """":. uuun ut
"'? Baxter, who sued the Tucumcari
concentrates from the Guanaiuato dts-
trict continue to aggregate about $280.-
000. Practically all the bullion is
JuljiKCU IU .UtilCO VJltv
KEAATT CATTLE RECEIPTS
AT TUCSOX PU03I 3IEXICO
Tucson. Ariz., Dec. 31. Recent cattle
shipments into Tucson have amounted
to $25,000 in value. Xearlj- all the
shipments have come from Mexico.
Hot Chocolate with whipped cream
and cake. Elite Confectionery Co.
There is little danger from a com or
from an attack of ti.e grip, except when
followed by pneumonia, and this never
happens when Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy is used. This remedy has won
its great reputation and extensive sale
by its remarkable cUres of colds and
grip ana can De relied upon with im
plicit confidence. For sale by all
Foos Gasoline Engines
Worthington Centrifugal Pumps
x General Electric Motors
Let us quote you price on your complete Pumping Plant.
Write us for catalogues.
Denver Rock Drill 8c Machinery Co.
520 ban Francisco St., El Paso, Texas.
Did You Get a Talking
If not a dollar a week will buy one Now.
Edison Phonographs or Victor Talking
h Go Walz Company Q3 EiPasoSt.
NY BABY HAD
On Hands, Face, Nose and Mouth.
Hard Crust Formed and Cracked
Open, Blood Ran, Itched Fright
fully. Mitts on Hands. No Rest.
Got Cuticura. fn 3 Days Relief. In
a Veek Cured Without a Mark,
"I have a little baby almost a year old.
wiion it trM tvo months old it cot ccrema on
! top of both her hands, on her face and inside
! her nose and mouth. She refused to drmk
ana one oi ncr eyes
almost closed up. A
hard crust formed
and would crack open
and the blood ran out.
It itched so fright
fully that the poor
little' cirl could not
rest. We had Jo keep
mitts on her hands to
iropn her from scratch-
(' inn at ner iai:c uuu
Jher mother v as forced
- to .sit in a rockine
yhnir with the baby
day and night. We
had a very 090 aoc--tor
and he did all that
he Dossiblv could to
relieve the baby's torture but the results were
not what we had looked for.
"We had read of the Cuticura remedies sp
we went to the drus store and got some Cutir
cura soap and Cuticura ointment. We used
them just as directed and in three days the
crust began to come off. In a week there was
no more scab and now the baby is cured with
out a mark sleeps soundly in her cradle and
her parents in their bed. with no more sleep
less njghts because of the baby's suffering.
Cuticura seems a wonderful remedy for this
disease and any one havine eczema should
not delay In getting it. Henry M. Fogel,
R. F. D. 1, Bath. Pa.. Dec. 9, 1909."
Cuticura Remedies sold throuchout the world
Potter Druz &. Chem. Corp- Sole Props- Boston
as-Mailed free. 32-pafje Cuticura book, containing
Invaluable advice on the Tnataent of Sila Troubles.
HUNTING- SEASON IN
NEW MEXICO CLOSES
Tiieumeari Man Eeports He
Was Kobbed in Kan
Tucumcari, N. 1L, Dec. 31. Today
closes the hunting season in this ter
ritory on all protected game and all li
cences expire. Recommendations will
be made to the legislature that the
season be made later in the year, as
October is too early for good hunting,
the young game not being fully ma
tured. From November 15 to February
has been suggested as a good season.
It is also the opinion here "that quail
should be protected for .two or three
' the hosPital "57here ne lay untI1 next
The assailants were not ar-
second snow of the winter fell
here to a depth of two inches. Today
a cold wind is blowing and another
fall is expected tonight. Farmers are
hoping for a big precipitation this
winter so as to be assured of crops
next summer. Many wagonloads of
settlers who left the country last fall,
are now coming back into the country.
' "ouvVle S. T
Lamar, Okla., and
rr & T w . !
ere married at the ' courthouse bv
were inurneu a.t tne courtnuuse uy
3udge J. D. Cutlip. They will make
their home m thiT Mtv.
t u- . u. .t
T,ioni,nB, ,. - ,ni m
Qge incurred in falling over a guy
, wire near the freight depot, injuring
his ankle, the jury returned a verdict
' in favor of the plaintiff in the sum of
$750. A new trial was asked for. This
is already the second trial this case
, It is reported today that the Bell
Telephone company has acquired con-
trol of the local telephone system, the
new comnanv to talce rhrsr tho flrst
of January- This deal has been pend-
ing for several months, since the time
the long distance lines were run into
Tucumcari connecting Bl Paso with
the north. It was reported at that time
that the sale had been made, but the
deal failed to materialize. J. R.
'Vason, owner of the locai system is
a large holder in real estate in this
. cits and Oklahoma City.
Br. R. D. Robinson, diseases of chil
dren and orthopedic surgery, 700 Mesa.
Bell Phone 2777 X T -
Special provision for
new pupils entering af
ter the Christmas Holi
days. Session begins
j Thursday, January 5,
191L , The principals
may be seen at any
time during the vaca
tion by appointment.
J. J. ORMSBEE,
President Board of Directors.
MISS ORA W. L. SLATER,
MISS OLGA E. TAfEL,
11U-1113 Terrace Street,
Telephone, 2920. Sunset Height
In Locating in
Horace B. Stevens
Phone 121 J
ajjafenar U iftL d-wJifijTSSnS-l
netf riuiei risnei
40 rooms -with bath, '
40 telephones, '
Running water In every room,
Hot and Cold, Elevator and
All rooms outside.
More individual baths than
Any hotel in the city.
All newly furnished and
Eates only $2.00 per day.
Special rates by the month.
j. W. Fisher, Prop.
Formerly of the Sheldon.
Drink Lots of it i
It's pure, rich svreet.
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 348; Aate. 1159.
Office 313 X. OresoB.
A-SSAYERS & CHEiHSTS
Independent Assay Offlo
D. TV. EzcxHiBx. E JL, Proprietor,
Agent for Or Shippers Assays m
Chemical Analysts. Mines Examined
and Reported Upon. Bullion Wark 4
feMfeftjr. p.o. BOX 89.
OfSce and Laboratory:
Car. Sua Frasdscs & CUbstkMSta.
EL PASO. TEXAS.
Custom Assay Office
CRITCHETT & FERGUSON.
Assayers. Chemists, Metallurgists.
Agents for Ore Shippers.
210 San Francisco St. Phone 324.
Printing Co. '
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