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EL PASO HERAXD
Saturday, June 22, 1912
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United States representative WlUIam B. McKlnley, scneral mannjer of
the Taft campaign, and Charles D. Sit His. the president's prlvnte secretnry,
who Is slvlns Mr. McKInler considerable aid, photographed during a recess
at the contested delegates' fights In C hleago.
This Is Roosevelt's Lieutenant
We halve a few
Get one befoce they
406 San Francisco St. Phone 523.
JAY F. KNOX AUTO CO.
... , 400 Texas St.
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JAY F. KNOX AUTO CO. .
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JAY F. KNOX AUTO CO.
400 Texas St. ...
JAY F. KNOX AUTO CO.
315-317 Texas St
CHOICEST TRACTS iN VIC!
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"William Flinn. Republican boss or Pennsylvania and one of the most en
ergetic of the Roosevelt lead;rs in the Chicago fight, who quit the creden
1 CASH PAYMENTS-BALANC
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Better than a savings bank better than life insurance better than any
other form form of investment. It grows while you sleep. Values increase, and
it's easy money. v
Homeplots in the vicinity of Demmg are ideal for homes. A dozen houses
are being built now on this property, and a dozen ten-acre tracts will be in cultiva
tion before the end of the season. Ten acres is enough to make you independent
if you handle it right. You won't buy from anyone else when you see our prop
erty. It is nearest town; water conditions are ideal; the soil is superb. Come
and Jet us show you this property. If you can't come write us about it. We are
closing deals by mail every little while. Don't wait for further increase in price.
A Complex Accomplishment.
"I understand yon apeak French
like a native."
"No," replied the student. "I've got
the grammar and the accent down
pretty fine, but. it's hard to learn the
"Will Xot Offset the III Effects of Cof
fee and Tea When One Cannot '
A farmer says:
"For ten years or more I suffered
from dyspepsia and stomach trouble,
caused by the use of coffee, (Tea con
tains caffeine, the same drug found in
coffee) until I got so bad I had to give
tip coffee entirely and almost give up
eating. There were times when I could
eat only boiled milk and bread; and
when I went to me field to work I had
to take some bread and butter along to
give me strength.
"I doctored steady and took almost
everything I could get for my stomach
In the way of medicine but if I got any
better it only lasted a little while. I
was almost a walking skeleton.
"One day I read an ad for Postum i
and told my wife I would try it, and as
to the following facts I will make af
fidavit before any judge:
"I nuit coffee entirely and used Pos
tum in its place. I have regained my
health entirely ana can eat anytning
that is cooked to eat I have increased
in weight until now I weigh more than
I ever did. I hae not taken any medi
cine for my stomach since I began
"My family would stick to coffee at
first, but they saw the effects it had
on me and when they were feeling bad
they began t$ use Postum, one at a
time, until now we all use Postum."
Name given by Postum Co., Battle
Ten' days' trial of Postum In place of
tea or coffee proves the truth, an easy
and pleasant way!
Head the little book, "The Road to
VV UviUe," in pkgs. "There's a reason."
Ever read the above letter? A new
one appears from time to time. They
are Pennine, true, and full of human
Juarez Officials Hold Them
"Until Shown Americans
- Were Owners.
The 26 cars of Terrazas cattle which
were detained in Juarez by order of
Col. Orozco. weie brought over --Friday
afternoon. The importation was held
up because the rebel government in
sisted upon taking possession of the
cattle as the property of Gen. Luis Ter
razas. But when It was shown that
the cattle belonged to Americans who
had purchased it, and after much talk
ing on both sides, the Importation was
allowed to cross.
CUKXED CHURCH IS BEIXG
RESTORED IN SOLOSIONVILLE
SolomonrUie. Ariz., June 22. Joaquin
Figueroa. formerly of this nlace, is
here from Clftton to take charge of
the force that Is rebuilding the Catho
lic church which was destroyed by fire
in May. The walls were all intact and
the work of roofing and putting in a
floor is being hastened.
Miss Lily Claridge has returned from
a few days' visit at Boyce. Ariz.
Dr. Stratton. wife and children were
the guests of Dr. Stratton's sister, Mrs.
Nora S. Clarke.
Misses Irene and 'Lilian Monroe, of
Douglas, are spending the vacation
with their aunt, Mrs. M. Slmms, at the
"Big ranch" Just west of town.
Mrs. Chas. B. Yett Is in Clifton for a
stay of a few days.
John D. Parks, of Cllftton, is here on
business. He is accompanied by F. M.
Mrs. Eaken, of Globe, and her daugh
ter. Miss Eva Eaken. the court sten
ographer, went to Bishop ranch to-be
house guests for two days.
Mr. H. Olgins has bought the bouse
just off Main street that was used as
a temporary hospital for some time.
Thr ,r.c repainted and repapered it
and the family has moved in
BUY NOW-GET CHOICE STUFF
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MAHONEY BUILDING DEMiNG, NEW MEXICO
1 DE1ING AND IgMBHES VALLEY
J Winton Six
1 Remy Magnetos
45 321-023 Texas Street. Bell Phone 1370.
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VALLEY IMPLEMENT & VEHICLE CO.
504: San Francisco St. .
& Vehicle Co.
504 San Francisco St- Phone 1632.
El Paso Auto Sales Co.
Office 713 N. Ochoa St.
DEMONSTRATION BY APPOINTMENT
Ignition and Lighting
WISEMAN A ANDERSON,
EOR AUTO INSUKANCE
Of All Kinds
Caples Banding. Bell Phone 4331
Automobile and "Working
Largest Assortment In the City.
The Bazaar. 310-312 San Antonio St.
AUTO SALES COMPANY
323a Texas Street Bell Phone ,:
PAUL LISS0, MANAGER.
Christy Automobile Co. I no
GEO. L. FISHER, Mgr.
615 ST. Campbell St.
CARS IN STOCK CALL ON US FOR
Christy Automobile Co. Inc.
GEO. L. FISHER, Mgr.
615 K". Campbell St.
COMPLETE SHOPS, IN CHARGE
FIRST CLASS WORKMEN.
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DEii TO CUE I
TED, HI NEW PUMPS IE RECEIVED
Deminjr, N. M., June 22. The new
telephone line to Oarne and Lewis Flat
is noK in operation, accommodating
a&out 16 patrons in the vicinity of
Merchant Shoots Himself.
W. J. Graham, hardware merchant.
shot fcimself at 7 oclock yesterday even
ing with a .45 caliber rifle through the
left breast. He was alone in his store
on Pine street at the time. Long sick
ness is said to have caused dispowieney.
He is in the hospital in a very serious
Mrs. W. W. Coons, of Ray, Ariz.r died
Wednesday and the remains were re
ceived here Friday for interment. Mrs.
Coons was a daughter of Mrs. Mary A.
Deemer, and was reared in Demin"'. The
burial wa3 held Friday afternoon?
Somewhat of a surprise to the' many
friends was the marriage of George
Leffler of the firm of Leffler 4 Fief I,
and Miss Laura Hon. The serine a!
p-rformed b YV. K. Fouiks at hi, hoi-.
They left that nijht on a honeymoon
The Demlng office of The SI Paso
Herald Is room 11. Mahoney block.
Roy Bedlchek is acent and corre
spondent. The Herald's distributor in Dem
lng Is the Leffler & Field Cigar and
News Store. The Herald will be de
livered to all parts cf the city same
niSht of publication, at 60 cents per
trip, again surprising their friends who
expected them to leave Friday morn
ing. Their destination and the duration
of their trip are not known.
J. H. Fowler has received his 15 horse
power gasoline engine, for installation ou
his farm 14 miles south of Deming. It
will oper.ite a Xo. 3 pump. Mr, Fowler
expects to irrigate 25 acres this sea
son. Mr. and Mr. John M. McTeer and son,
Jack, haie lott for a inontti's visit in
JjouiavilU. Ky., and Galax, Va.
S. J. Smith, representative of Lima
countv, has returned to Doming from
t lip Mimbre5 Hot Springs, where he has
Teen since tlie el. -r of the legislature.
Light Showers in Valley.
Lipjlit, scattering ofioivera fell Thurs
day afternoon in the Mimbres valley.
Old timers predict an early and long
continued rainy season. The first ot
July is the Sate usually of the beginning
of the summer rains.
Pumps were received this week and
are being installed for pumping water
for irrigation bv the following:
H. H. Richardson. No.' 4 centrifugal;
H. H. Jacobs. 18-inch 3-stage turbine;
F. C. Peterson, No. 3 centrifugal; A. T.
Coffin, 18 inch 2-stage turbine; A. V.
Brock, IS inch 3-stage turbine; Park
committee, IS. inch 2-stage turbine; G
II. Lester, IS in 2-stage turbine; Alex
ander Toot, IS inch 2-staj:e turbine;
A. A. Almy, 18 inch 2-stage turbine.
Mr. Dexter of the firm of McClughan
A. Dexter, was drivinc his car around the
postiffice corner Thursday afternoon
and in endeavoring to avoid collision
with a bicyclist, broke the steerinc gear
and dashed into a buggv containing the
Mioses Wntkin'i. The impact crushed
the rear wheels of the buggv, and a bad
runanav 1.13 nairuulv aiertej bv R.
H (.jm-- jn,i P. . Burduk who ?ot
holi ut i lie hoit. the loung ivunicn were
ChrisiyAutomobile Co. Inc.
GEO. L. FISHER, Mgr.
615 N. Campbell St.
Careful Attention. Given rAlT
Cars Stored With Us.
R-I-T K-R-I-T K-R-I-T
The little K-R-I-T is certainly the car and the people wanting cars are
beginning to find it out. Several have been sold lately and a great many
persons are inquiring about them. The people are finding out that this
Touring Car For $950
is a better car than others that are much higher priced and that its equal
is not being sold for as little money anywhere.
We also have a large stock of "
Gasoline Engines, Implements, Wagons, Buggies and
Our ADMIRAL and MONARCH power hay presses are, selling
L rapidly and giving the best of satisfaction. Call on us or write to us.
Bell Telephone 1632
& Vehicle Co.
504 San Ftanzlico SL
driving, and held him
Mr. Todhuntex left today
business trip to Texas.
Williams is in receipt of a
C. L. Hickev of the S. P..
passenger trains Nos. 9 and
oon make fli stops at (
bepjr. This will be a great
one was in
fer a week's
10 ill erv
to farmers and ranchmen residing in the
vicinity of these two stations.
"We carry the largest stock of flash
lights in the southwest Teia Elec
trical Supply Co- "House of Qnallty,
111) X. Stanton St.
Men's suits made to measure, ?S to
51" less. Bryan Bros.