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Friday, October '11, 1912
TI & Department off Agriculture
The Gold Dust Twins'
"In all the South
tftf WSATHER BUREAU
IF you have ever fumed and fussed, because of dirt aad grime and
rust, and said unto yourself, "Oh, dear! This household work will
kill, I fear" then it is time that you should find some other
method far more kind.
Of all the woes a housewife bears, one always fills her day with
EL PASO HERALD
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Best liked because it is prop
erly aged best liked because
it's genuine best liked be
cause it is absolutely pure,
and all in all the best liked
whiskey in the south.
I gsssJgg I WHISKER
Its enormous sales jits ever in
cares: The kitchen aner-meal-time muss,
is Quite enough to make one fuss. What,
with the pots and pails and pans, the
knives and forks and plates and cans, no
The Easiest Way
task of man, however grim, the half as mean is handed him.
?"jJ!!S 'aw 1 1 4k.
creasing sales prove this.
And don't forget it's bot-tled-in-bond
cidar man will under
stand what that means.
Its genuine purity its real old age makes it the ONE
whiskey that should be used exclusively in every home.
Get the best always telephone your dealer do it today
On sale aeaetafly at Hotek, Cafes and Qubc. Dealers everywhere sepply the home.
E. EPPSTEIN & CO, Sole Dktribetors . MAIN OFFICE, DALLAS, TEXAS.
EI Paso. Friday. Oct 11. 1912. UtrWr
KI Paso una vicinitv Fair tonlcbt sntWZI
colder tonight, with a. jv JTlKtf l
Observations takes at 8 a. m.. eventr-nftaiBfr
rldian time. Air pressure reduced to sea level.
Isoeajm (continuous lines) mas through p64st3
of equal air pressure. Isotberms (dotted HbM)
pass thrones points of equal temperctare: drawa
only lor aero, freezing, 90, aad VXP.
O clear; Q partly cloudy; cloudy;
rain: (D snow; report missing.
Arrows fly with tho wind. yirst figures, temper
ature; second. precipitation of .01 Inch or mors
for -past 34 hoars: third, maximum wind velocity.
New Mexico Tonight, fair; cooler in
extreme southeast nortion. Saturday,
fair, with rising temperature.
"West Texaa -Tonight, fair and cold
er; frost in north and extreme west
portions. Saturday, fair; colder in
IN AUTO WRECK
The Man Who Collected
The Money For Roosevelt
Car DrlTcn by Mrs. Bovrraan Crashes
Into Post of Bridge and Is Demol
ished; Business Improves.
Nosrales. Ariz., Oct 11. Mrs. W. G.
Bowman, wife of S. P. Agent Bowman,
had a narrow escape from serious in
jury when, accompanied by her two
daughters, she was coming into No
gales, Mexico, from the south in her
automobile. When attempting to pasa
under the S. P. trestle about two miles
south from town, the machine skidded
and struck the piling of the trestle.
Mrs. Bowman was thrown violently
against the steering wheel and the en
tire front of the machine 'was demol
ished as well as both front wheels bad
ly bent Agent Bowman has shipped
what is left of his machine to Los An
geles. "With the apparent cessation of hos
tilities in the state of Sonora, business
is picking up rapidly according to Mr.
Titcombof the firm of Roy & Titcomb,
mannfacturers of mining machinery.
3r. Titcomb states that his firm has
received many new orders lately. H.
X. Clagget, of the same firm has re
turned to Pianos de Plata to finish the
erection of the large milling plant un
der construction for Holt Bros., work
on which was suspended while the reb
els were active in the vicinity of that
Frank A. Krupp. formerly forest
ranger in Nogales. has taken a tem
porary appointment as inspector of
customs, vice A. C. "Wrotnowski, who
Andrew J. Wallmark, one of the best
known conductors on the Sonora road.
has left the service of the S. P. de
VW WM VT.U bV USIU U1V AllCVlUU-
ery business In Nogales, having bought
the candy making machinery formerly
operated by Chalfant & Herold. Mr.
"Wallmark was married in Nogales this
week by Kev. Father Duval, to Miss
Kfimrfianifln fMna frnm T.nli tirhrk '
FOR EL PASOANS
Will Give Reception nnd Banquet
Trade Boosters: Two Shoot
Clifton, Aria.. Oct 11. The Clifton
chamber of commerce is soliciting
funds and Issuing tickets for the en
tertainment of the El Paso trade ex
cursion which will visit this place on
the 1-ith of the present month. It is
the intention of the local business
men to tender the visiting party a re
ception and banquet at the armory
upon the evening of their arrival and
this later will be followed by a dance.
Another shooting has occurred in
North Clifton, which very nearly re
sulted seriously for "William Bradbury.
Mr. Bradbury is night watchman in
North Clifton and while attempting to j
arrest a .Mexican, ne w&a uiruwu mw
a ditch and at the same time the Mex
ican grabbed the officer's gun. Brad
bury grabbed his assailant's wrist the
instant the Mexican pulled the trigger.
The shot struck the officer in the head
and inflicted a severe . scalp wound.
i The injured man was at once taken to
the hospital, where his wound was
treated. The assailant has not been
A young man named Phillips was
shot in the neck at the A. C. com
pany's 'concentrator and Ellis Wright,
a watchman at the Shannon is charged
with the shooting. The injured man
was taken to the A. C hospital. He
is still confined to the hospital and Is
gaining slowly from his injuries.
which are not thought to be serious. '
The shooting, it is claimed, was the I
aftermath of family troubles.
U Paso Readings.
8 a.m. 6 p.m.
Barometer (sea. level) 30.02 29. 82
Dry thermometer 48 S7
Wet thermometer 39 52
Dew point 30 39
Relative humidity S3 35
Direction of wind KW NW
Velocity of wind 6 20
State of weather clear clear
Rainfall last 24 hours 0
Highest temp, last 24 hours. 76
Lowest temp, last 12 hours' 46
Height of river this morning above
fixed zero mark. 9.2 feet No change in
last 24 hours.
ALL BIDS REJECTED
ON HEREFORD BRIDGE
is in the county jail awaiting the re
sult of the young man's Injuries. .
W. R. Wayland. who has been in
charge of the A. C. company drug
store for the past eight years, has
El Paso Company "Was Bidder For Con
tract; Xew Bids to Be Submitted
Tombstone, Ariz., Oct 11. Cochise
county's board of supervisors was in
session for three days this week. Con
tracts were opened for the building
of the new bridge at Hereford. There
were three bidders present and they
bid as follows. Midland Bridge com
pany, of Kansas City. $5700; Minneapo
lis Steel and Machine coinpanv, of
Minneapolis. $5950; El Paso Bridse
and Iron company, of 1 Paso, SbJs".
After considering the bids for a short
while -the board rejected them all and
decided to readvertlse for bids. ,
The cash in the county treasury was
counted and found to be correct. A.
petition from voters In the Light pre
cinct was presented asking for a new
voting precinct to be established by
carving part of the Whitewater and
Light precincts up and making a new
one. Owing to the closeness of the
nA n.f t.. tiNkEitAntlol Aiostirin thA
Wright beard decided not to act until after
Two little willing workers aim to enter in this household game:
their job, the lessening of work, a task that neither of them shirk.
With active little hands and brains they grab the irksome household
reins, till soon each kettle, pot or dish, is just as bright as you could
wish. And not until the chores
are done, from sink to silver, sun
to sun, could anything inspire the
two, to drop the tasks they have
" r lH
Therefore, if you' have never
known, assistance such as we
have shown, your troubles end,
where joy begins. Now, Mrs.
Drudge, the Gold Bust Twins!
Henceforth, as dishes congregate,
and dingy pots that cannot wait; when cutlery, in sad array,
awaits you at the close of day "Cheer Up!" Forget tiie labor
planned: You have two aids at your command. " ;
hjL Jcrld JjUUoWO
MRS. PAT CAMPBELL
IS NOW VERY LOW
London, Eng. Oct 11j Mrs. Patrick
Campbell, the actress, -cnown on two
continents for her ability as a trage
dienne, is report?-! to b in a dying con-
had arrived in Nogales from her home, tendered his resignation to take effect i theP.U of the montA the warrants
Inspectors and judges for the com
ing election were appointed.
It has been the custom heretofore
to pay the employes of the county on
accompanied by her parents, the pre
vious evening. Miss Cecenas comes
from one of the most wealthy and
prominent famlies in the territory of
CLOT? WOVEN FROM
HALE FLAX EXHIBITED
on October 15. Mr. Wayland expects
to move to Deming, N. M., where he
will engage in the drug business for
being dated the day of the lawful
meeting and cashed by the treasurer
on the first but it was found that
this method was illegal and the treas
urer surprised the employes when he
refused to pay their salary warrants.
The board and the superintendent or.
Senator enh X. Dixon, of Montana, who was called before the sena
torial investigating committee, now In session at Washington, to tell all he
knew concerning the contributions made to the Roosevelt campaign funds of
1904, 19Cg and 1912. He "cussed out" the committee.
A well-made, well-fitting shoe is a shoe
you can forget the moment you put it on.
are so accurately designed- on the lines
of the human foot that there is nothing
to make you think of your feet
but satisfaction. And that
means solid shoe comfort.
Government to Bay Cavalry Heroes In
Plalnview: Editor Ttays Land in
Hale County and Will Irri
Plaimiew, Tex., Oct 11. An exhibit
of cloth woven from flagrown in Haie
county attracted much interest at the
local fair which has just closed. The
flax was grown, spun into thread and
woven by Mrs. W. T. Mise. Flax was
introduced into the South Plains only
a few years ago. but bids fair to be
come a popular crop.
Frank A. Briggs. editor of the Texas
Alamanac. visited the South Plains
country this week, and purchased 160
acres of land in the Shallow Water belt
Mr. Briggs is an enthusiast on the sub
ject of irrigation by pumping from
wells, and he expects to develop his
property in that way.
6. B. Simmons has shown that pump
ing water by means of a windmill upon
a small orchard is very profitable. He
has nine acres in his orchard tract
Between the rows of four and one-half
acres of it he planted peas; cantaloupes
were the "intercrop" on three acres
more, and on the remaining acre and
one-half he raised watermelons. He has
sold more than $200 worth of melons.
It is thought that an irrigated orchard,
with crops between the rows, is the
method for making maximum profits
under irrigation in this section.
Capt R. M Pratt army quartermas
ter, located at Fort Reno, Okla., has
written mayor J. L. Dorsett that be
will be in Plalnview this fall for the
purpose of buying horses suitable for
cavalry. He states that the army gets
their best horses from west Texas.
TKMPI.K PliniTrRB TO
nK OP SPBCIAI.. DKSI-1V
.,, ? . ,- --, i
temple Resigned eslr -untyroads are at oggerheads and
tne ciua and lodge rooms of the n-w ; "" 1r zl .-.. .- " -" -;--fcuiloing.
Plans of all interiors have effective way of cutting the oril-b-n
forwarded to the Urge furniture i cer off at the pocket, but up to the
cr.i.-iponies and they Jve submtttd present time no solution of the mat
original designs for the furnishing? ter has been reached. Mr. Benton, the
of the temple The building committee county road superintendent, was rep
will have a meeting soon to select these I resented by attorney French before
fittings, which will be in keeping with ' the board,
the different desiens in the interior of !
the temple. j
When the chest feels on fire and the
throat burns, you have indigestion, and
you need HERBINE to get rid of the
disagreeable feeling. It drives out
badly digested food, strengthens the
stomach and purifies the bowels. Price
50c. Sold by Scott White Sc Co., three
stores. Adv. I
W03IAX TAKBS OATH AS
CIVIL SERVICK COMMISSIONER
Los Angeles. Cal.. Oct 11. Mrs. Da
vid Chambers McCann. of this city,
took the oath of office today as a
member of the civil service commis
sion of Los Angeles, and became the
first woman in the United States to
occupy such a position.
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Costs You Only 25e to TryZEXO aad
Prove What a "Woatkr It EeaHy 2s.
Apply a little ZSMO a few times on
those eczema sores, that nothing else
yoa have ever tried ha benefitecbain
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iWill Head the Largest Fleet
Best CongU Medicine For Children.
"I am very glad to say a few words
In praise of Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy" writes Mrs. Lida Dewey, Milwau
kee, Wis. "I have used It for years
both for my children and myself and
it never fails to relieve and cure a
cough or cold. No family with children
should be without it as it gives almost
immediate relief in cases of croOp."
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is pleas
ant and safe to take, which is of great
importance when a medicine must be
given to young children. For sale by
aU dealers. Advertisement.
COXGRESSHAX CURRY HERE.
Congressman George Curry was here
Thursday on his way to Albuquerque
and the north on a campaign trip for
the Bull Moose party. He will leave
this evening over the Santa Fe.
W. H. McElwain Cospany, Boeton
is on every
Could NoiSleep Nights
SUFFERER PROM SKI.N TROUBLE
TELLS HOW HE FOUND RELIEF
IX SAXO SALVE.
T suffered from a severe skin affec
tion so I could not sleep nights. I was
almost crazy with itching. I would
scratch and almost tear myself to
pieces. I tried a great many remedies
without relief. When I saw Saxo Salve
advertised I decided to try it and one
tube entirely cured me. I recommend
it wherever I go." A. L. Morgan. Bn
dicott. N. Y.
Many persons around here suffer so
much from eczema that they cannot
sleep at night Saxo Salves stops the
terrible itching and soothes and heals
In all kinds of eczema, salt rheum,
tetter, barber's itch, etc, Saxo Salve
has wonderful healing power because
it penetrates the skin pores and de
stroys the germs at the very seat of
"We give back your money if Saxo
Sale does not l'elp miu Kelly & Pol
lard. Lrugsists, LI Paso, Texas. Adv.
MRS. PAT. CAMPBELL
dition. She was taken seriously ill two
wffks ago nd at the en S of five days
was not expected to live more than a
few hours. She then made a rally and
her condition improved during the sec
ond week. A relapse has left her very
weak and the attending physicians hold
out littie hope.
is s. few days those very sores will ha
gone absolutely gone! There's co
doubt about it a trial of ZEMO proves
It positively. There will not be a spc ,
left, the skin will be as smooth and
clear as thomrh yoa never had uzfira
' at your life.' So remedy- in recent years
has enjoyed such a sale, because yon csn
tenk on it, and everybody knows it that
has tried it.
If you have dandruff, there's aaojther
chance to prove how wonderful ZEMO
is. Dandruff Is eczema of the scalp.
That's why ZEMO positively stops It
To make It easy for any man or
woman to prove what It will do 1b
curing eczema. Itching. Inflamed or ir
ritated skin, dandruff, blotches, pfcn-i
pies, cats and soresv and to set a real
surprise, your druggist will supply yon
with & 2S-cant fcottlc Then, when yoa
have "seen for yoarself."at small cost,
get a $1 bottle which contains six
times as much as the 3S-cent bottle.
ZBMO is sold la 26-cent and $1 bot
Jee at drag stores, or sent direct, on
receipt of price, by B. "W, Bose credit
dne Co, St. Louis. Mo.
Zemo Is sold and guaranteed by
druggists every-where, and in SI Paso
by Kelly & Pollard. A. E. Ryan & Co..
Rio Grande Pharmacy, Knoblauch Drug
Co- Potter Drug Co- Advertisement
Eat Anything Now
!No Indigestion or upset
Stomach for "P&pe's
Colds and Coughs
The HYOMEI vapor treatment is es
pecially recommended in stubborn cases
of chronic catarrh of long standing, but
remember that the inhaler should be
used daily as usual.
This treatment only takes a few min
utes time before going to bed. Pour a
scant teaspoonful of Booth's HYOMEI j heartburn, that is a sign of indigee-
into a kitchen bowl of boiling water.
cover head and bowl with towel and
breathe for several minutes the vapor
IYou will be surprised at the results
of this treatment: it makes the head
j feel fine and clear
, This method is also used to break up
5 the worst cold in the head over nicht.
A bottle of Booth's HYOMEI (pro
nounce it High-o-me costs 50 cents at
Kelly & Pollard s and druggists every-
Every year regularly more than a
million stomach sufferers in the United
States, England and Canada take Pape's
Diapepsin. and realise not only imme
diate, bat lasting relief.
This harmless preparation will di
gest anything you eat and overcome a
sour, gassy or out-of-order stomach
five minutes afterwards.
If your meals don't fit comfortably,
or what you eat lies like a lamp of
lead in your stomach, or if yoa have
Get from your pharmacist a fifty
cent case of Pape's Diapepsin and take
a dose just as soon as you can. There
will be no sour risings, no oelching of
undigested food mixed with acid, no
stomach gas or heartburn, fullness or
heavy feeling in the stomach, nausea,
debilitating headaches, dizziness or in
testinal griping. This will all go. and.
besides, there will be no sour food left
over in the stomach to poison your
where. Complete outfit which includes breath with nauseous odors
the little pocket inhaler $1.00.
No stomach dosing: just breathe; it
1? guaranteed to end catarrh and all
diseases of the breathing orcan!.
Booths HYOMEI (pronounced High-o-me)
is Australian Eucalyptus com
bined with Llsterian Antiseptics that
destroy catarrh germs and soothe and
heal the sore membrane. Adv.
ASSAYERS & CHEMISTS
Custom Assay Office
CRITCHETT & FERGUSON
Assayera Chemists Metallurgists
AGENTS FOR ORE SHIPPERS
210 San Francisco St
Bell Phone 334. Auto Phone 1334.
Admiral Hugo Osterhaus. I
will head th- great flee' of
-'i hi-. Ha-rship. the Connecticut
h h w 'I pa-,s in review before
secretary of the navy von M-jr, -n N w lork hir-r tomorrow.
Independom Assay Office
P. W. Bsoxhabt. IJC. Proprietor.
Agmit for Ore SUfatrt AtU0 and
Chemical Amalgalt. kimt mbN
and Rtporfrd Upon, dulltom Wfk t
WXf. p.o. BOX 8..
Office and Laboratory:
Cor. Saa Fraadsca & CUfcaakaaSfc.
EX PABO. TEXAS.
Pape's Diapepsin is a certain cure
for out-of-order stomachs, because it
takes hold of your food and digests it
just the same as if your stomach
Relief in five minutes fro.a all stom
ach misery is waiting for you at any
These large fifty-cent case.-, contain
more than sufficient to thoroughly cure
almost any case of dyspepsia, indiges
tion or any other stomach disorder. Adv
AN APPEAL TO WIVES
You know the terrible affliction that
comes to many homes from the result
of a drink in? husband or son. You
know of the money wasted on "Drink"
that is needtd in the home to purchase
food and clothing. ORRIN'E has saved
thousands of drinking men. It is a
home treatment and can be given sc
cretlv. Your money will be refunded
if. after a trial, it has failed to benefit
Costs onlv 1 Ort a box. Come in and
get a free booklet and let is tell you
of the sood ORRINE is doine
Kelly .- Pollard Sheldon Hotel Adv.
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