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EL PASO HERALD
Saturday October 5, 1912
Cooking is a matter which con
cerns the whole family, and under
modern methods and conveniences
it is made so attractive the whole
family is becoming interested, if not
'taking part in it.
"These biscuits are delicious; this cake is
. excellent," says the father. " I made them,
says the daughter, and both father and
'daughter beam with pleasure.
It is a crime, with our modern agencies,
helps and facilities, to have soggy biscuit, or
wooden cake, or leaden pastry.
Royal Baking Powder has made home
baking a success, a pleasure and a profit, and
the best cooking today the world over is
done with its aid.
When Poultrymen Lose Interest and Pay For -It.
By an El Pasoan for El Pasoans.
yS this section all breeding pons
A should be made up by the first of
January, and it is none too early
now to begin to cast about and select
or buy your breeding' stock, and the
question of the Impro-rement of nis
flock is the one wJhlch should be. up-,
permost in the mind of every breeder.
Too often this matter Is not given the
proper attention, and the breeder Is
the loser. To Illustrate: Here is a breed
er who last winter kept 50 hens. This
season he has been hatching and rais
ing chickens, beginning early and con
tinuing all through .the summer, so
that at this time he has, we will say,
250 bead of young stock from eight
months to eight weeks old. Half of
these are pullets. By Thanksgiving he
will have disposed of all his surplus?
miips hut thlnkintr that he mlcht make I
a good thing out of his pullets during
the winter he plans to keep the entire
lot along with the 50 old hens. There is
where he makes a mistake and is not
giving the attention to the selection of
his flock which he should. Many of
the old hens should be culled out and
marketed, and many of the pullets are
so late hatched that they will not pay
for their keoping through the winter,
and being late hatched will never at
tain the size to be desired, either in
breeding or laying stock. Some are al
ready stunted; some ill-shaped, and as
a matter of fact out of the whole lot of
125 pullets he has but 75 which should
be kept even on a utility farm, and
certainly where eggs for hatching or
breeding stock are sold the culls should
find no place. And especially In this
particular place, where feed is high,
no bird should be carried through the
winter unless you are reasonably sure
she will be a producer. Of couse one
cannot always accurately select every
bird that will yield profit, but he can
throw out a lot which he knows to a
certainty will be unprofitable.
He can tell that a late hatched bird
will not be likely to begin laying un
til towards the next spring, so if ho
wants winter layers all those will have
to be thrown out. and if he wants a
uniform flock of birds better In shape,
size and egg production, he will keep
none of these undesirables.
Sell the Stunted Birds.
As to a stunted bird no breeder has
eTer any use for her. Sell every one
of them as soon as they show size
enough to look good to the butoher for
the expense of keeping thenr until they
begin to lay is so great that by the
time they commence their productive
ness they have become pretty high
priced birds, and even if they should
finally grow out of their "stunt" cer
tainly no breeder would ever think of
letting so slow maturing a bird slip
into a breeding pen. Better dispose of
them early In the engagement so that
you know they will not.
Cull the "Weak Ones.
Then again, in making up your flocks,
dispose of all that show signs of any
weakness. Sometimes we see a bird
which, looks nice enough, but sbows
signs of not being stro-jg and vigor
ous. A sort of sluggish bird, one that
sits around and is not active. Nothing
but strong, active, vigorous birds ehould
be In the flock, so better get rid of
all the sleepy heads. Vigor is the one
thing which the breeder ra-ist place
stress on if he expects to build up his
flock. The strong birds are the only
ones that can be depended on to pro
duce strong chicks. To keep hens that
show a lack of vigor is to encourage
the running out of your flock.
Look out for disease. Keep it out of
the flock by proper care and sanitation,
and whenever a fowl shows disease of
any kind mark her for the butcher as
soon as she recovers. Never breed from
a bird that has ever had any serious
sickness. Vigor being the chief aim of
the poultryman; it Is best to give the
birds which have been always well the
benefit of the doubt, and breed only
from these. In the human family cer
tain diseases have a weakness and
with poultry It is much more the case.
Better dispose of every bird which has
ever Been sick and be on the safe side.
I do not like to have them even in the
utility flock, for I have observed that
where a bird has once been seriously
sick they are rendered more suscepti
ble to disease and are liable to be sick
again and can easily be the means of
communicating -disease to the entire
With a view to Improving the flock,
the trap nest should not be over
looked. It Is much less of a job than
might be supposed. Of course it is a
little best to trap nest the entire year,
but this is by no means necessary. As
a rule the hen whl'-h will lay the great
est number of eggs during the months
of January and February and March
can oe depended oi to hold the record
for the year so for practical purposes It
Is necessary to trap nest only during
thcie three months.
The Male Birds.
Ail that I have said thus far has ap
nlled to females, but I would not be
Understood as underrating the im
portance of the male. He Is said to be
half the flock, and for breeding pur
poses he f ertainly is. Many a farmer s
?tlill What. I 1
&IntAe I The Bon Ton Residence
il l(i Hat I
H- ry V I
e&1or fnrlvnurfcr men. m5
SOFT HATS Now being worn. Medium rough
weaves for those who like them. Plain
finishes for plain folks. The Makes
Stetsons, Knapp-Felts and Christys Eng
lish. $3.00 to $12.00
IMPORTED VELOURS: The celebrated Frankel
imported Austrian velours. Browns,
Blacks, Greens, Tans.
$6.00 to $10.00
Section of Ell Paso
With columns at every street entrance, with m&es of
macadamized streets. We have done all th side
walk and street improvements, itfo outlay for the
purchasers except for buildings. We protect you
against small houses and undesirable neighbors by
our building restrictions. .
JAMES WHITCOMB RILEY WEEK
JAMES WHITCOMB RILEY'S BIRTHDAY IS
OCTOBER 7TH. BEGINNING ON THAT DAY WE
SHALL DEVOTE A WEEK TO" THE CELEBRATION
OF HIS FAME WITH SPECIAL DISPLAYS OF HIS
WORKS AND MANY FEATURES OF GENERAL
INTEREST. YOU ARE CORD1ALY INVITED TO
COME TO OUR STORE.
Curran's Book Store
ntematioaal Book & Stationery Co.
.Come and let us show you these desirable lots before
they are all gone. The only absolutely exclusive
residence section in the city.
Every lot has its own individualiview whichcan not
be obstructed. '
Prices $600 to $1000 Per
Lot. 10 Per Cent Down, .
5 Per Cent a Month
5 Off For Cash
1 It is a pleasure for ns to show yon this beautiful
property whether you buy, or not.
flock has run completely cut by his
paying no attention to the selection of
males. I ha-re known cases where
males were always too scrubby to sell
10 uie tcubuu i" .mu V" "V- I . . . - ril,-, Tif
count their lives were spared, ana uiey-j x .c. "" "bJl , i.
fnthprd the flock of the next year.
The very best males of the flock are
none too good.
&S Closes Tuesday
2 More j
Days of 1
Tuesday evening our big Red Tag Furniture Sale comes to a close. If you have
hot yet taken advantage of the big values in reliable furniture this sale af-
fords, do not fail to do so Monday and Tuesday. We again remind you that our
entire stock is included in Red Tag Sale, and there is nothing you need in the way
of furniture that cannot be secured Monday and Tuesday at a considerable re
duction. Note the items below. They are merely examples of Red Tag Sale reductions.
Wicker Rockers regular
price $6.75; Sale price,
Sewing Rockers, regu
lar price $1.50, offered
in this sale for
Short Length of Carpets
will be closed out during
this sale at ONE-HALF
Dining Table No. 3173, golden
quartered, oak, 54-inch top, 6-foot .
extension, regular price $40.00;
Dining Table No. G39, golden
quartered oak, 8-foot extension,
regular price $27.50; Ked Tag
Dining Table Nq. 401, golden
quartered oak, 6-foot extension,
regular price $15.00; Red Tag
Dining Table No. 82, golden oak,
solid pedestal, 6-foot extension,
regular price $17.50; Red Tag
Sate 1 1
Dining Table No. 381, golden oak.
6-foot extension, regular price
$15.00; Red Tag J -3 -a OP
Sale price P i. & &
Dining Table No. 900, golden oak
or Early English, solid pedestal,
regular price $15.00; Red Tag
Sale tfl -9 OCT
Buffet No. 454, golden quartered
oak, regular price $40.00; Red
Buffet No. 2012, golden quartered
oak, regular price $29.00; Red
Tag Sale tfJO - 7C
price . . P JL I J
Cathedral Style Brass Bed, No.
305, regular price $105.00; Red
Tag Sale $7Q 7C
Solid Brass Bed, No. 22C9, mas
sive, square post, regular price
$98.00; Red Tag (JWO CO
Sale price )O.OU
Solid Brass Bed, No. 1251, extra
massive, square po3t, regular price
$100.00; Red Tag fc7E ff
Sale price . P J.JJ
Massive Brass Bed, No. 300, round
post, regular price $55.00; Red
Circassian Walnut Dresser, No.
1215, 4 drawers, regular price
$37.50; Red Tag 7;Q "3 E
Sale price P60.IU
.Circassion Walnut Dresser, No.
Ill, regular price $40.00; Red
Tag Sale &9Q 7K
price pi& 8 J
Circassian Walnut Dresser, No. 82
A, regular price $48.50; Red
Circassian Walnut Dresser, No.
148, Colonial style, regular prico
$42.00; Red Tag dQ-3 E?f
Sale price ijJOI.DU
Birdseye Maple Dresser, No. 525,
serpentine front, 4 drawers, rcgu
" lar price $40.00; JQ Af
Red Tag Sale price tBO.UU
Mahogany Dresser, No. 1101 1-2,
regular price $32.50; Red Tag
price p&4 ftoflJO
Mahogany pressor, No. 1295 1-2,
swell front regular price $33.00;
Red Tag Sale 6yi "TC
....... ABf M. C J
Wilton Velvet Seamless Rugs, size
9x12, regular price $60.00; Red
Wilton Velvet Rugs, size 9x12,
regular price $45.00 ; Red Tag
Sale JQ 7K
price ipOO. I J
Brussels Rugs, size 9x12; regular
price $18.00. -B O Efl
Sale price ip LJ.JJ
Velvet Rugs, size 9x12; regular
price $18.00. (N-9 o EH
Sale price P LtJ.xJXJ
36x72 Washable Bath Rugs, worth
$4.75 are a Red Tag Q OC
Sale Special at P.iO
36x72 Fibre Rugs will be sold
Monday and Tuesday t" PA
n, n . EL PAS
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Corner Mills and Stanton Streets
Lady's Writing Desk, in
fumed oak or Early
English, regular price
$11. Red Tag Sale
Lace Curtains form no
small feature of Red
Tag Sale. They are of
fered at prices ranging
from $1.00 per pair up
IS BUILDING HOME
AND STORE TOGETHER
fiorpmmfit and Bast El Paso
Lots Have Lively Sole.
S. E Patton has started work at 107
South El Paso street on a two story
store building for Frank Del Bueno.
The llrst story will bo a store end
the second atary wll! be finished on
the lines of a modern bungalow for- a
residence for .Mr. Del Bueno. The
building: will cost about $5000. Mr.
Patton is both architect and builder.
Mr. Patton is putting the finishing
touches on a bungalow at ST7 Upson
avenue for Miss Julia Doyle.
Eck Buys Four Lots.
E. E. Bck has purchased four lots
on King's Hishway, in Grandvlew ad
dition, of the Perry Kirkpatrick
Realty company. Tho lots ar 1 to 4.
In block 22, and the price Paid for
them was $1000. It, Is Mr. Eck"s In
tention to build on these lots In a
short time. He has just completed a
house in Grandvlew, which he will
use as a residence.
Lively Sale of Lots.
James I. Marr. of the firm of Aus
tin & Marr. reports the following
sales for the last two days, which
shows activity in Government Hill
and East El Paso realty. In Golden
Hill also there hag been activity in
realty, according to Mr. Marr.
The sales reported are: J. "W. Phil
lips to W. L. Field, lots 3 and 4. in
block "L" of the Hague subdivision,
for $600; J. W. Ketchersld to W. I
Field, four lots on Bliss street, for
$2000; Y. k. Field to J. W. Phillips,
four lots on Bliss street, for $2000;
W. I Field to J. W. Ketchersld, a
scTen room brick house on two lot3
on Arizona street, in the Franklin
JJelghts addition, for $4800; Govern
ment Hill company to- C. M. Dawley,
two lots at the corner of Dover and
Jefferson streets, for $723; Govern
ment Hill company to O. R. Hale,
three lots on Tularosa street for $800;
Morningside Real Estate company to
J. W. Phillips, lot 4 and west one halt
of lot 3, in block 6 of the Government
Hill addition, for $1125.
Plan GrnndTlcir Ilundnlovr.
Carl Ruldebush. jr., is having plans
drawn by Gibson & Robertson for a
$8600 bungalow to be built In Grand
view. The house will have six rooms
and an enclosed Bleeping porch, hard
wood floors and white tile bathroom.
It will be erected on Fort Boulevard.
Charles R. Foster Is also having the
same architects draw plans for the
remodeling of his home in Grand
view. It will be converted into a mis
sion home at a cost of $2500 for tha
304 San Antonio Street.
Caples Bldg. i
WITH VALLEY FAIR
Exhibits at Itoswell Exposition Arc
Larger nnd Better Than at Last
Roswell, N. M., Oct. 5. A continuous
rain for three days came near killing
the enthusiasm for the Pecos valley
fair this year; in fact the association
delayed the program and continued it
over Saturday. The governor and his
staff and the Pecos Valley Press asso
ciation were about the only things do
ing the first and second days.
The exhibits this year are better and
larger than in 1911- Besides Individual
booths. Hagerman, Lakewood. Dexter.
Greenfield and Hope have exhibits.
Three times as many apples are In com
petition for prizes as there were last
N. S. McCartney, one of the oldest
citizens of Roswell, died this week at
the age of S3. He served all through the
civil war and was a member of the lo
ooi Vol VorrlA rermn of Confederate vet
erans. The remains were burled here. 1
At a meeting of the ecos vaiiey
High School Debating society the fol
lowing officers were chosen for tho
year: President. P. Leatherman, Ros
well; vice president, Lester Bayllss.
Clovls; secretary. B. E. Foster. Roswell;
The local High School Debating so
ciety expects to debate the ftew Mer
ico institute this month. The local
High School Debating socitey has
V CELEBRATED V?ft
STOMACH r There's no need
for you to suf
quickly. Try a
chosen the following officers for the
year: President, B. E. Foster; vice
president. R. Lv Warren; secretary, B.
S. Jaffa; treasurer. J. D. Gillispie; at
torney. Charles H. 'Wllburn.
Floor Brashes asd Sostless Slops.
Laurie Hardware Co.. 309 Mills St.
Only two more days of Red Tag Sale
reductions. El Paso Household Furnish
ing Co., Mills and Stanton streets.
Men's suits cleaned. "Wright.
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Lanrie Hardware Co,. 309 Mills St. '
Choice Syles In
and priced at si least $1 to $1.50
lower than ywrd pay in4fSe up
AH dq fjj AH 7
Styles LaJJ Leathers ,-.
Styles cp&otfu Leathers
"Walk half a block; save- a dolter
Expert Shoe Fitters.
215 EL PASO ST.
Half Block South of New Hotel
Red Tag Sale closes Tuesday.
El Paso Household Furnishing Co.
Coal wood and kindling.
Phones 36 and 210.
Floor Brashes and Dustles Mop.
Laurie Hardware Co., 309 Mills St.
Aunt Snlly Is coming.
My Lady's Garter
The Streets of Ascalon
The Hollow of Her Hand
EI Paso Book
204 Mills St.
at the Eiight Price
A clean and sensitive carbon paper with tremendous
$1.50, $2.00, $2.50 for 100 Sheets.
Write us for quantity prices.
Tlie Fenneil Smith .
1 1 7 No. Stanton St,