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KC PASO HEUALP .
Valley Peaches 8lAii8TH
The receding toe, flat heel
last is this season's most
popular shoe for men. It is
and loots like a thoroughly custom-made shoe.
Russia Tan or Black Calf Blucher Ox- a gr,
fords, "Guarantee Special" 4-.3U
-"Custom-Made" Russia Tan or Black'
Calf Balmoral Oxfords
"ISdwin Clapp" Russia
Tan or Black Calf Straight
The Man's Shoe Store
H . a . , - t ... m
EX i 3
GREATER EL PASO'S
GREATEST SfflE STORE
We are now receiving Valley Peaches and we can
safely guarantee them to be much better than any
other peaches that come to this market.
Large Baskets, Each 25c
We are also receiving Texas Peaches a very good
Large Baskets, Each 20c
One Delivery Thursday, 8:30 a. m.
Store Closes at 9 o'clocl.
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery
105 El Paso Street
A GREAT BIG
4TH OF JULY SPECIAL
On What You Save On These Suits.
The very newest effects in brown, tan,
gray, blue and mixtures, every suit
hand tailored every suit xerfect fit
ting You'll pay at least $25 for suits
of equal value elsewhere. Special here
SAVE 50 CENTS ON A DOLLAR
There is absolutely no use to pay more for your fur
niture than we ask. You can walk a block or two
and save 50c on each dollar you spend.
Just notice our prices on high grade
DAY, JULY FOURTH
WILL BE CLOSED ALL DAY
witness one of the most remarkable
selling events ever
Geoo A. Mansfield & Co.
J Mills Building. "Not an Expensive Shop" j
?14.50 Brass Beds 2 inch post
bright satin &rj Q"
finish, for P 'U
$26.00 Brass Beds 2 inch con
Our price . .
$45.00. Brass Beds square post either bright or satin flJOT CA
finish. Our price Ovl
All Springs and Mattresses at Big Discounts.
Come in and see tls We want your business.
THE CUT RATE f .TOT TTHP 1 OUR SLOGAN:
FURNITURE W TURtOAM "The Western
STORE 19 ijjJ 1 JLI11 1 for Saving"
308 SOUTH EL PASO STREET, NEAR OVERLAND
Gather Your Dimes and Nickels as Many as You Can Find for Such Bar
gains as These for Friday and Saturday Were Never Known Before
WATCH FOR THE LIST OF SENSATIONAL VALUES
IN THURSDAY EVENING'S HERALD
15c SHOW WINDOWS
15c SHOW WINDOWS
Short Stories On False and True Conservatism
BY R. BEDICHEK.
A quite unique and effective piece
of advertisinz literature has just
been issued by the Little Vine-
arls company, of Deniins. It is written
In .Ralph C. Ely. president of the com
pany, and it deals with what constitutes
true conservatism. The story of two
men is told in parallel columns, and ap
propriate illustrations from, original
drawings illuminate the text.
The keynote of the story of Albert
C umniins is sounded in the opening sen
tence: "Albert Cummins was a thor
oughly conservative man, according to
the estimate of his local banker." He
was indeed a model younjr man. He early
acquired the savings bank habit, and
tin ked away each year a little surplus in
the savings bank which with its accu
mulations was to take care of him in
tlie latter years, of his life. He was
stad, hard, work-ins. economical. He
cave his children the best advantages
that he possibly could.
The Summing TJp.
"On the evening of his 51st birthday
anniversary, when his children had sjrown
up, and were, in a iarjre measure, self
supportinjr. h'e sat down with his little
ivife, whose hair was bezinninz to turn
zrav and sunimarizedj.he results of his
life's work on the back of -an old en
velope. (A facsimile of this summary on
the back of an old em elope from the
Etna Life Insurance company appears
as one of the illustrations). He felt that
he had stood steadfast to the everlastinz
crind lonz enouzh, and he wanted to see
if he couldn't zive up his old job at the
esk, and with Mrs. Cummins enjoy the
rest of his davs in a little less exactinz
employment. His summary was after this
$700 with interest at 3 per cent
compounded semi annually for
twenty years ?1570.29
5300 saved each Tear for twenty
years, with" interest at 3 per
cent, compounded semi an
thereupon a discussion ensues between
Albert Cummins and his wife in which
the pair decide that Albert must continue
his zrind, not havinz laid up enough to
make them perfectly safe. And then
the discussion turns titviti wlliTM i.;
brother, who, it seems, has prospered,
wonderfully. But William was always
ready to investizate a new proposition,
and if it seemed zood in his judzment, he
had the nerve to put his money into it.
One of the investments which William
put his money in many years azo to the
dismay of his local banker, was 10 acres
fruit land sold him by the Little Vin
yards company, Deminz. X. iL That in
vestment alone, enabled him to retire
while he was still) younz from the cark
inz cares of the every day zrind.
What William Did.
William Cummins, who "didn't want
any of that three per cent business" also
made a summary of his business on his
37th birthday anniversary upon the back
on an old envelope, which is also repro
duced in facsimile, as follows:
First investment in land and
trees $ 700.00
Eizhty-four payments, $15.23
per month $1,279.32
Care of the orchard for five
years with practically no re
turn $ 575.00
year, after pdyinz for wazes and water
and all other expenses, we hae made
better than $1600.00 out of it. Now
what do you say to buildinz a little
house on that 10 acres with our $1500
and zoiriz down there to live? They write
me from the Azricultural colleze that an
apple orchard, well cared for, should net
$00 per acre, year in and year out; and
from the experience of apple growers in
ether parts of the country, this must
be rizht. I have been workinz in the
shops until I am tired of this everlast
inz zrind. Our home will be paid for.
our orchard is paid for, and we won't
have any rent nor very much expense.
A cow, a few chickens, a piz or two and
a zood zarden will supply pretty nearly
J everythinz that we need. The children
I can zo to school. I won't ha e an awful
sizht of work to do; and with an income
of $4000 per Tear from this land invest
ment there isn't any reason why you
should have much to do."
To Health and Independence.
"And you have always told me, Wil
liam, that it is a wonderfully healthy
countp-; that the air is invizoratinz: the
water wonderfully pure; and the people
delizhtful. You know little Hazel had
a bad couzh all last winter and the win
ter before, and I'm afraid that if we
stayi up here somethinz mizht happen to
her. Let s zo rizht away.
And so William Cummins and wife
came to the Mimbres Valley and to
health and independence.
It is a very charminz story and most
effectively told. The back cover con-'
tains the followinz lezend: The ulti
mate destiny of Deminz is that it will
become a city of homes. Stoekmen, min
inz men, railroad men and men in cery
walk in life are findinz it the healthiest,
happiest, and most liveable town in the
southwest. Wc arc lookinz for zood,
clean, thrifty people to join with us in
its upbuildinz and share with us in its
prosperity. For zeneral information ad
dress the Chamber of Commerce, Deminz,
Local People Subscribe For
the Stock, and It Is
All Paid In.
The J. Calisher Dry Goods company
has been reorganized, with a capital
of 5100.900. just double the old capi
talization. All the stock is paid up and
practically all of It has been sub
scribed. J. Calisher, the pioneer El Paso
merchant, will remain president of the
company, but the board of directors
will contain some new names. Jos.
TJ. Northman will remain manager of
Several new lines of stocks are to be
added as soon as president Calisher
can get east to buy the new stock. He
will leave Saturday and will be f61
lowed by several of his department
heads, who will help to make the se
lections of the new stocks.
Sir. Calisher has been deluged with
letters from business men of the east
asking that he continue his business
relations with them. A letter from his
New YorE bankers is to the same
This vear cleareS" $1,500.00.
William Reviews His Efforts.
William proceeds to discuss the mat
ter with his wife:
"We have put in about $2,550.00. Car
rie, and the year before last the crop
paid for the care of the orchard. This
Little Mary, tired but smiling, had a wondrous dream.
Thought she was canoeing on a great big lake of cream.
All around were reefs of Toasties, while her only oar
"Was a silver spoon with which to eat her way ashore.
! "Written by F. J. O'NEILL,
Lafayette Hill P. O, Montgomery Co. Pa.
&?? L? ?les.fo.rhrIl the Postum Co..
.cn, iui, u-i a siii'ju.wu m May.
"WEBSTER RANCH IS
. SOLD TO McCUTCHEON
Purchaser "Will Sink Arte
sian Well and Improve
the Ranch. v
Pecos, Texas. July 3. McCutcheon
brothers, of Balmorhea, announce that
they have purchased the Webster ranch
in the lower Toyah creek section of
the Pecos valleyi The sale is more
than ordinarily important in that it
includes lands on which are located
some of the most beautiful scenery in
me ijympia canyons, well known
throughout the state for their scenic
Arrangements have been made by
the purchasers to put down a deep well
to endeavor to locate artesian water
and develop the land purchssed. Work
has started on the first well. Already
a fairly good flow of water ha3 been
secured. It is expected to develop a
large supply when the third water
strata Is reached.
This sale follows closely the recent
$125,000 Giffin orchard sale in the
same locality to Chicago and Fort
Rev. W. L. Downing, of Barstow,
and ministerial student. Rev!. C. T.
Wharton, of this city, are conduct
ing a revival at Saragosa. Reeves coun
ty and report large attendances at
The Phoenix, Ariz., city council is
planmnz to provide playzrounds for
children. Outdoor life the car round
makes Phoenix the ideal location for
Brynn Bross cool gents" furnishings
keep men cool and good natured.
The Arizona fair commission meets In
July to plan for the big November
event at Phoenix. The attractions will
$3.50 Recipe Free, For
Send Name and Address Today
You Can Have It Free and Be
Strong and Vigorous.
ASSAYERS & CHEMISTS
EncJeponaon? Assay Off!&a
P. W. BmaLtrr. BJL, Proaifeina
Agtrtfar Ora SMpptrt AtttgtoU
ojtdRtmrtsi Upon. iutUaa Sfrrt m
P. O. Bax 8.
Offie and laboratorn
Csr. fcs Fredas & ChSufca 39k
Cttstom Assay Office
CSITCHETT & FSRGXTSOH
AGENTS TOE ORE SHIPPERS
210 San Frasdsco St
Bell Pion 334 Auto Phon 1334
Wholesale and Retail
Bell Phone 36,
J Field Seeds
All afternoon and evening trains for
Wednesday are reported on time.
"Will store your anto cheap while
you are away this summer. Phono
1 or lOfll.
Ore From Mexico.
A shipment of five cars of lead ore
was received at the custom bouse Mon
day and passed for reshipment to Chi
cago. The ore was sent to El Paso
from Chihuahua and was billed to the
American Smelting and JReflning company.
Leon and 2nd Sts.
El Paso, Tex.
man turned the hose on his little
daughter of Gladys Smith.
Dr. A. T. Still Osteunathle Inflrmarr.
Dr. Ira W Collins, physician in chief;
Dr. Amelia Burk. Dr. Grace Parker, Dr.
-aui ti. uoinns. consulting physicians;
30i West Missouri street.
Army Classed Machine Dangerous.
Washington, D. d, July 3. Gen.
Allen, chief signal officer of the army,
said today that he had long ago classed
such machines as Vaniman's as obsolete
and dangerous. The army has a very
small dirigible, not used now.
The Commercial National Bunk re
quests that all those having acocunts
with the Savings Department bring in
their pass book to have the semi-annual
interest entered therein.
Joseph E. Dodge a mail carrier on
the El Paso-Los Angeles "run, made 100
percent in the examination on Cali
fornia in the office of the railway post
office in El Paso. He is high man so
Prompt Hack Service.
Pomeroy's hacks are at the barn
hitched, awaiting your call. Phones,
Bell, 6S1--444; Auto. 1651-2444.
I have in my possession a prescrip
tion for nervous debility, lack of vigor,
weakened manhood, failing memory
and lame back, brought on by ex
cesses, unnatural drains, or the follies
of youth, that has cured so many worn
and nervous men right In their own
homes without any additional help or
medicine that 1 think every man who
wishes to regain his manly power and
virility, quickly and quietly, should
have a copy. So I have determined to
send a copy of the prescription free of
charge, in a plain, ordinary sealed en
velope to any man who will write me
This prescription comes from a phy
sician who has made a special study
cf men and 1 am convinced 1t is the
surest-acting combination for the cure
of deficient manhood and vigor failure
ever put together.
I think I owe it to my fellow man
to send them a copy in oonfidence so
that any man anywhere who is weak
and discouraged with repeated failures
may stop drugging himself with harm
ful patent medicines, secure what I be
lieve is the quickest-acting restorative,
upbuilding, SPOT TOUCHING remedy
ever devised, and so cure himself at
heme quietly and quickly. Just drop
me a line like this: Dr. A. E. Robinson,
4049 Tuck Building. Detroit. Mich., and
I will send you a copy of this splen
did recipe in a plain ordinary envelope
free of charge A great many doctors
would charge 53.00 to $5.00 for merelv
writing out a prescription like this
but I send H entirely free,
To Go to Mountain Park.
County treasurer J, D. Ponder will
enjoy the Fourth of July by visiting
his family who are spending the sum
mer at Mountain Park. The treasurer
will leave for Mountain Park Friday
Dr. B, 3r. Batllff. dentist. Sue to Drs.
Paget & Ratliff, 204-5-6 Copies Bldg.
Dr. Nettle Satterlcc, osteopath, 663
American Bank Bldg.. phones 141. 34S3.
John D. Demand (Another Slice.
New York, N. Y., July 3. The Stand
ard Oil company yesterday announced
an increase of one Jialf cent per gal
lon on all grades of naptha and gasoline.
You'll hne no camplaints about
your baggage being late If you phone
1 or 1001.
Dr. Hob'nson, diseases of children,
removed to 211-212 Roberts-Banner.
To Krtcnd Valley Itoad.
Signatures are being added to the petition-for
the extension of the lower
valley road so fast that the committee
has been forced to add additional p ges
to the petitions. Although the petition
required but 100 signatures there are
more than 500 names on it now arid the
committee expects to add as many
more before it Is presented to the coun
Dr. Jamleson, diseases of kidneys,
bladder, rectum and skla; 61S Mills Bldg.
Dr. Bryan, dentist, 107 Kl Paso street
Is Taken Into Custody.
Francisco ATtfttwInxfi -wnx talrn Into
custody by the police Monday on com
plaint of the Calisher Dry Goods com
pany. It is charged that Mendoza was
attempting to get away with a bolt of
II Your Collars! I
I Your Neighbor's if
H Collars H
B your son's collars I
I EVERYBODY'S COLLARS 1
g should be sent to the Elite 1
R Laundry! B
I Became we re 'Joins? bettpr 91
Collar Work than has ever been 9
n done here before. 9
1 Give our Collar Work a trial 9
m this week.
Get Williams's prices on painting and
papering, 223 & Stanton. Phone 40S8.
Wall paper at cost for next 30 days.
A. Golding, 110 South Stanton street.
Attends Court at Vnn Horn. 1
J. E. Ralner. county superintendent
of the schools, is attending the ses
sion of the district court at Van Horn.
Texas. He expects to return to El
Paso about July 12.
Have your electrical work done by
the old reliable Texas Electrical Supply
Co, 11& N. Stanton St. Both phones.
Dr. Gcrber, 31S Mills Bldg.. diseases
of women, and rectal diseases.
Passenger Agents Here.
Two southwestern agents of the To
ledo, St. Louis & Western and the Chi
cago & Alton Tallways of the Dallas.
Tex., offices, are in El Paso visiting
local railway men. They are L. B.
Shepherd, passenger agent, and Louis
B. Gerner. freight agent.
Mexican Herald on Sale
at Ward's Pharmacy, in El Paso. Com
plete and reliable news of what hap
pens in Mexico.
Dr. Cameron, dentist, 32S Mesa Ave.
Released On Bond.
Jose Payan, arrested on a charge of
carrying a pistol, was released Tues
day afternoon on a $300 bond. The
ease will come up for trial in the
county court at the next term.
Our nuto sarage is the place for
your auto. Phone 1 or 1001.
For house wiring and fixtures see
the National Telegrapnone and Supply
Company. 317 Mills street.
Dr. Bnrton, dentist. 61S Mills Bldg.
Woman Gives Bond.
Marie Doe. arrested on a charge of
aggravated assault filed against her In
the county court, was arrested Tuesday
afternoon and later released on fur
nishing a $200 bond The complaint
against the defendant was made by
R R. Smith residing nt 70 I'pson
aytnue, JU A. alUs,-d that thg vo-
Dr. Klein, diseases of lungs, stomach,
intestines. Roberts-Banner Bldg.
Visit the Old Home.
C. R. Brownlee. of the city health
department, who spent a vacation of
30 days visiting various points in the
east, has returned. Mr. Brownlee was
accompanied by Mrs. Brownlee, and the
first stop was made at Peru. Ind, Mr.
Brownlee's bovhood home Chicago was
visited just two days after the Re
publican national comentlon ad
jnurred On th ir i i to Kl Paso Mrs
Brownlee &injpcd oer in Lubbock,
412-414 S. Oregon St
Tex., where she will spend several
weeks visiting relatives and friends.
Dr. F. D. Garrett, diseases of the stom
ach ami intestines, 516-S1S Mills Bldg.
To See the Fight.
A crowd of El Paso fight fans will
leave this evening for Las Vegas to
attend the big championship fignt
Thursday. Alfonse Kwnisen. jr.. of Gal
veston, will lead the flock of fans Into
the New Mexico wilderness. Charl'e
Stevens, Z. T. White, John W. Tishe".
W. H. Tuttle. Jim Prlmm and Tony
Van Mourick will make the trip to the
mecca of fightdom on the Fourth and
will see the big mill from the ringside
Dr. J. H. Paget, dentist 501-502 Roberts-Banner
Bldg, phone 1650.
When yon speak of nrompt hai.li
service phone 1 or 1001. Longvrells
When you feel lazy, out of sorts and
yawn a. gd deal in the day time, you
can, charge it to a torpid ltver which
has .aHnmi the system to get full of
imBrJtS HSRBINE cures all disor
ders pMOTfced by an Inactive liver It
strengthens that organ, cleanses the
bowels and puts the system in good
healthy condition. Price 50c. Sold by
Scott White Co.. Stores.
GIVES Vr HEIl DOG .VXD
REGAINS HER LIBERTY.
Jane Doe. who went to jail Tues
day because she refused to have her
little dog shot because it was al
leged that it was a vicious animal,
had to give up the dog after all. Tues
day afternoon when she appeared be
fore judge Adrian Pool for trial, shn
was given the choice of disposing of,
the dog, or receiving a punishment a
the hands of the court. The defendant
decided to send the dog to some rela-
tlves living at Ysleta. Texas. The case
against Manuel Ratgoso her father.
who was arrested with her son on the
charge of interfering -with ofin..r
Ware, was dismissed.
Perfection Oil Moves
up half on fuc' -ill
Laurie Hard are Co, SQ9 Mills SI