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L PASO HERALD
16 Friday, October 11, 1912
ASKIN & MARINE CO.
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A Big Value In
Women's Serge Skirts
Your New Outfit
The Asian & Marine Co.
store is an up-to-date cloth
ing store for men, women
and children. -
Our styles are always the
latest, our qualities are al
ways guaranteed, and our as
sortments are always com
plete. The mere fact that we open
charge accounts does not
mean that this is an ordinary
Come in and let us show
you the new assortments.
MEN'S UP-TO-DATE FALL
SUITS, $12 to $30
WOMEN'S TAILORED SUITS
(aM the new styles) $12 to $35
. Everything else in clothing, hats and shoes
for the entire family.
ASKIN & MARINE
216 S. El Paso Street
TRADE BOOSTERS TO
STOP AT EUAOHUCA
Plan a CompHraeat te the Officer and
Men of the Fourth Cavalry A
Concert to Be Given.
Complimentary to the Fourth cav
alry, which wasetationed at Fort Bliss
before begins transferred to Arizona, the
Greater El Paso Trade Excursion "Rill
stop for IS minutes at Huachuca, Ariz.,
which is six miles from the fort. The
officers and soldiers of the fort trill
be invited to meet the trade excursion
at Huachuca and renew the friendships
that were made -while the regiment was
stationed at Fort Bliss. Traffic man
ager A. W. Reeves, of the chamber of
commerce, has arranged for the 15
minute slop there, when a concert will
be griven by the 22d infantry band in
honor of the wives of the Fourth cav
The invitation of the Graham county
chamber of commerce has been accept
ed by the Trade Excursion committee
for an automobile ride through the
beautiful Gila Valley of Arizona. This
trip will be made from Pima through
Thatcher, Safford and to Solomonville.
It will be made on the return from
A number of new prospects have been
panned by the committee for the trip
and it Is expected that at least five
more members of the trade trip party
will be obtained before the excursion
leaves Sunday evening. The Western
Metals company and W. G. Walz are .
expected to sign this week for the trip, I
in addition to the other prospects.
GUNS AND AMMUNITION
Our special Saturday Sale for this
week brings you these new Serge
( Skirts at a substantial reduction.
They are up-to-date models, fash
ioned after the very latest styles ; and
the quality, as you will see when you
examine them, is the very best.
As we told you some time ago,
these Saturday Sales are for the pur
pose of making you better acquainted
with our regular assortments of men's
women's and children's clothing.
i This week we offer a splendid in
ducement. You couldn't buy these
same Serge Skirts in any store foi
less than $5.50 each.
Our window display shows you
the styles. Cash or convenient terms
AUTOS MUST HAVE
T.Tfi.TTTR AT TOTaTTT
Sheriff BdrrardM Declares War on l
Speedlnk and Blind Antos; Stops
Seen Wednesday Night.
In declaring war against the automo
bile speed fiend, sheriff ?eyton J. Bd- ;
wards has also included the provision
that lights must be burning on all au- j
tomobiles traversing the streets at i
night. Sheriff Edwards stated Thurs- '
day that Wednesday night he stopped i
seven automobiles which were running j
-without lichts, and compelled their oc
cupants to light up before he would
allow them to proceed.
"Speeding of automobiles." said the
sheriff, "must be stopped. I think I
will have judge Eylar issue a notice in
the papers warning automobile men
that active steps will be taken to put
a stop to all speeding. The lamps on
the automobile must be lighted at
nicrht. I am going to stop every ma
chine that I see at night that is run
ning without a litrht."
XEW VAX HORX HOME IS I
NEAIUXG COMPLETIOA ,
Van Horn, Texas, Oct. 11. R. Dur- '
rell's residence, on the north side of '
town, near the public school building,
is nearing completion. It Is among
the most conveniently arranged resi
dences in town. ,
Ed Ham has bought out the Ligbt
foot claim south of town and will
move to the claim. j
The Van Horn basketball team has (
rera ;cuikkuizc;: aim win u?grn me
games next week.
Favorite Valley Fruits Will
Be Ready For Chief Os-Aple
Casaba Melons,. Pears and Grapes From Valley Are on the Market for the
Saxet Tribe Cucumbers Routed by Cranberries.
CHIEF OS-APLE, of the Saxet
tribe, will have a tray of his
favorite valley fruits' and mel
ons served" him as a peace offering
when he rides down out of the moun
tains and oirio the mesa the night of
Local market men nave reecived a
special shipment of casaba melons
especially for this event and the
choicest are being saved for the old
chief and his warriors. " Valley grapes,
valley pears and apples will also be
presented to the indan chief as a part
of the tribute to him from his people.
To get in training for Os-Aple week
the casaba melons are being offered
for 4 cents a pound. They will be the
official melon of the jubilee and are
valley grown. Concord and mission
grapes are also being sold for SO
cents a basket, which is 6 cents cheap
er this week; although the mission va
riety will be temporarily extinct be
fore the jubilee.
Quinces for canning and not to be
eaten raw are in the market at 4
cents a pound if bought by the box or
S cents a pound straight. Christmas
melons, whatever Brand they are, are
also sold for the same price to those
who care to tafce a cnanca, cucum
bers have been routed by cranberries
and are not offered from the valley
in the green goods stalls. California
cucumbers bring 5 cents straight, no
extra charge for the warts. Mountain
Park cauliflower, the finest of the
season, is selling for 15 cents a pound.
Eggs continue to get higher as win
ter approaches. Ranch eggs, which are
the best of the vara, sell for 55 cents
a dozen and are expected to be a cents
per in another week.
The batting order of the weekly
market report is:
Johnathan apples 3 lbs. for 26c
Green apples... 5c per lb., 6 lbs for 26c
California bellftower. 10c lb., 3 for 25c
California Peaches.. 10c lb, S for 25c
(11.25 per box.)
Grape fruit A A. .lc each.
Limes .Tc per doe.
Lemons 20c to iia per doa.
(Wholesale, $g.M per box.)
Oranges 30c to 50c per dor,
iiananas. ........ 2Sc to 20c per doi.
Concord grapes 30c per bskt
Casaba melons 4c per lb.
Christmas melons 4c per lb.
Valley pears 10c lb, 3 lbs for 25c
California grapes 10c per lb.
Quinces 5c lb., 4c lb. by the box
Cranberries 16c per quart
Parsnips 5c a lb.
Potatoes 2 l-2c per lb.
(Wholesale, S2.00 per 100 lbs.)
Artichokes ISc eaca
Parsley .....Be per buncb
Green chili 10c per lb.
Eggplant 10c per lb.
Bell Pepper 15c- per lb.
Cal. Cucumbers, large 5c
Green lima beans 10c. 3 for 25c
Rhubarb 3 lbs for 25c
Radishes 2 bunches for 5c
(Wholesale 38c per doz bunches.)
Beets, valley 5c 3 for 10c
(Wholesale. 30c per doz. bunches.)
Valley cabbage 5c per lb.
(Wholesale. 3c per lb-
Mountain cauliflower. 16c lb., 2 lbs. 36c
Carrots 2 for Sc
(Wholesale, 25c per doc bunches.)
Celery 10c a stalk
(3 for 25c)
Lettuce 2 heads for 15c.
Onions, green 5c bunch, 3 for 10c
(Wholesale, 30c per doz. bunches.)
(Wholesale. 3c per sound.)
Summer squash 10c per lb.
Tomatoes 7 l-2c per lb.
(Wholesale 32.25 per crate.)
Green beans 10c lb
Onions, white 5c per lb
Turnips 5c, 3 bunches lrc
Fresh wax beans ... 10c lb.
Green, black-eyed peas.... 3 lbs for 25c
New sweet potatoes ....2 l-3c per lb.
Green corn 40c per doz.
fihell almonds 60c lb.
Shell walnuts 66c lb.
Shell pecans .. 75c lb.
Almonds..... 35c per lb.
Brazil nuts 25c per lb.
Black walnuts. ..15c lb, 2 lbs. for 26a
Chestnuts 25c pe- lb.
Filberts 2 be per lb,
Pecans... ......25c per lb.
English Walnuts 25c per lb.
Roasted Deanuts 39c lb.
Sutter and Cggs.
Butter, fancy grade......... 35c per lb.
V ia Jl lj-a. of Vll-any, state
a candidate for lieutenant governor of
inn iaaqggaiwi.rriim. -- tJf
Eggs, Sunflower ..35c per doz.
Eggs, fresh candled. .....25c per doz.
Eggs, ranch 55c perdoz.
Walnut cheese 20c glass
McLaren's Imperial ....20c to 35c a jar
Pimlento cheese 20c a glass
German breakfast cheese... 5c a cake
Imperial cheese.. .35 to 3o each
-Holland cream cheese.... 40c per lb.
Catnembert. 35c; Imported ..50c per can
Cream dairy. 30c per lb.
Edam, small SI.13 each
tfeufebatel l.)c each, z for ISc
Pineapple S5c and 70c each
Roquefort 65c per lb
Swiss imported 45c per lb.
Llmburger ZQc per lb.
Dutch Girl 40c per can
Brick cheese 30c per lb
-Turkeys (dressed) 28c per lb.
Turkeys (alive) .... 20c per lb.
Snrine Chickens (dressed) ..35c npr lh
KTtrincr ii!jlrAne SltVAl fifty, nav. IK !
Chickens (dressed) 20c per lb.
Chickens (live) 20 pr. lb.
Ducks (dressed) ., 25c pe'r lb.
Ducks (live) 20tf per lb.
Geese (dressed)..... 25c per lb.
Geese (live) 22c per lb.
Ranch eggs 50c per dozen
Speckled trout l"ic per lb.
Various Cal. fish 1..17Wc per lb.
Salmon 22c 'per lb.
Sirloin steak 20c per lb.
T-bone steaK 25c per lb.
Kniinrt ateaic 17 l-2n Der lb
Chu steak lzKc per lb. .
Chuck roast .lZc per lb.
Rump roast ...15c per lb.
iWb roast .. ICcperi:.
Prime rib roast 15c per rb.
Beef liters 10c per lb.
Corn beef 13c lb.
Leg ...17 1-2 per lb.
Shoulders 20c per lb.
Chops 20c per lb.
Breast pieces ........ v .12 1-Sc per lb.
Spare ribs 15c lb.
Shoulders '..17 1-2 per lb.
Leg 20c per lb.
Chops ..26c per lb.
Steaks ." 22 l-2c per lb.
Sausage 12 l-2c per lb
Sauer kraut. . .ISc per lb., 2 lbs. for 15c
Home cooked tongue 60c lb.
Home cooked ham 60c lb.
Home cooked teat COc lb.
Home cooked perk ........... 60c lb.
Jellied tongue 50c lb.
Selima sausage, Milwaukee.... 40c lb.
Cevelat sausage, Milwaukee... 40c lb.
Head cheese. Milwaukee .. . .40c :j.
Liver sausage, Milwaukee 40c lb.
Ham sausage. Mllwaukca 35c lb.
Blood and tonrrue sausage, Mil
waukee '.0c lb.
Kosher welner 25o lb.
Kosher Frankfurters 25c lb.
Kosher cooked corn beer ......40c lb.
Smoked halibut .....40c per lb.
Smoked salmon ...,40c per lh.
Smoked sturgeon ...40c per lb.
Smoked eels 40c per lb.
Smoked white fish 40c per lb.
Smoked bloaters )5c each
Herring milchers 6c each
Anchovies S5o per kea
Upon request of valley farmers and
fruit growers. The Herald adds to Its
market report the wholesale prices. It
is generally understood that these
prices are just 10 percent more than
the produce buyers pay the farmer for
Alfalfa, wholesale 315.50 per ton
Alfalfa, retail $17.00 per ton
Corn, wholesale $1.75 per cwt
Corn, retail $1.85 per cwt
Texas oats, wholesale.... $1.65 per cwt.
Texas oats, retail $1.75 per cwt.
Chops, wholesale $1.75 per cwt
Chops, retail $1.90 per cwt
Bran, wholesale $1.40 per cwt.
Bran, retail $1.50 per cwt.
Chicken feed, retail $2.60 per cwt.
Chicken feed, retail $2.65 per cwt.
Neuralgia of the face, shoulder, hands
or feet requires a powerful remedy that
will penetrate the flesh. BALLARD'S
SNOW LINIMENT possesses that power
Rubbed in where the pain is felt is all
that is necessary to relieve suffering
and restore normal conditions. Price
26c, 50c and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by
Scott White & Co, three stores. Adv.
A snap 100 "A" grde doors at a
bargain. Lander Lumber Co. Adv.
controlcr, -nho has been nominated as
"Sen "York by the Democrats.
AVIATRIX AS AN
AERIAL ARMY SCOUT
New York, S. "S" , Oct. 5. If Miss Ber
netta Miller gets what she seeks, she
will have the distinction of being the
first woman in the government war
aviation corps. She obtained a ftcepse
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MISS BERSETTA MILLER
a few days ago as an aeroplane pilot
and left for Washington on an invita
tion from Capl. Ryan, of the United
States aviation corps, to fly at the
army aviation grounds, at College
Park, Md. Miss Miller is the only fly
ing woman who has a license from the
Aero Club of America. ,
SHOWN 23ARA VISA
Nara Visa, N. M., Oct 11 The West
ern Land company, of this city, has its
automobiles out in the country with a
number of prospective settlers who ar
rived here irom distant points.
Owners of the Commercial hotel have
a large force of men at work repairing
and remodeling the building.
H. B Fergusson, member of congress
from this state, and Democratic nom
inee to succeed himself, and Henry
Swan, attorney, of Tucumcari, spoke
at the town hall to a large audience.
John A. Pace, chairman of the Demo
cratic central committee, of Union
county, came down from Clayton in his
automobile and took the speakers out
to Amistad, where they spoke.
MAY RUN TRAINS ON
EXTENSION BY NOV. 1
Work on the stretch of track on the
Tucson extension of the El Paso &
Southwestern railroad between the
Pantano bridge and Tucson was started
Wednesday and, with sufficient labor,
the road can, be completed, it is said, in
time to have trains running over the
line by November 1. The labor question
is troubling the E. P. & & W. officials,
who say they are finding a great scar
city of workmen. This is impeding the
work. The Pantano bridge was fin
ished early this week and with i.s
completion work on the short stretch
of track between there and Tucson can
To J. E. Bischoff, to erect a fraternity
building, corner of Second and Vir
ginia streets; estimated value. $10,000.
To C M. Youngberg, to build three
brick bungalows, Rayner and Tula
rosa streets; estimated cost, J 4500
To Joe Dunne, to erect two brick
bungalows, Latta and Alameda ave
nues; estimated cost, $4000.
North side of Arizona, between
Orient and Rampart streets C. P.
Robertson and wife to Mrs. Edward
W. Myers, lot 25 and east one-half of
lot 26, block 5, Golden Hill; consid
eration. $4500; August 3, 1912.
Socorro, Tex. John L. Dyer to J.
H. Granger, 18.S5 acres, Socorro grant;
consideration. $1525; September 19,
Tsleta, Tex. Julia L. Norman to H.
P. Jackson and C. D. Winder, north
erly part of survey No. 1S8 Tsleta
grant; consideration. $1000; October
North side of Douglas, between Alta
and Stevens avenue G. E. Watford
and wife to W. H. Austin and James L
Marr, lots 4 and 5 block 128, East 1
Paso; consideration, $400; October 7,
Licensed to Wed.
Dionicio Men toy a and Hernanda
Francisca Treriso and Cruz Medina.
Roman Herrera and Merced Cadena.
Albert J. Abrahams and Agnes Wolf.
1139 J. D. Foster, 319 Prospect ave
nue; five passenger McFarland.
1140 F. A, Elliott. 808 Mills build
ing; two passenger Ford.
1141 Lieut. J. G. Pillow, Clint. Tex.;
five passenger E. M. F.
To Mrs. Vicente Fabida, 1109 Oregon
street; October 7.
To Mrs. Tomas Rivera, 2924 Pera
street. October S.
His Stomach Troubles Over.
Mr Dyspeptic, would you not like to
feel that your stomach troubles were
over, that you could eat any kind of
food you desired 'without injury? That
ma seem so unlikely to you that you
do not even hope for an endintr of vour
I trouble, but permit us to assure you
that it is not altogether impossible. If
I others can be cured permanently, and
I thousands have been, why not you?
j John R. Barker, of Battle Creek, Mich.,
j is one of them. He says, "I was trou
i bled with heartburn, indigestion, and
liver complaint until I used Chamber
lain's Tablets, then my trouble was
over " Sold by all dealers. Adv.
7000 burnetlzed posts ror sale at
Lander LHmfcer Co. Adv.
Marshmallow Pumpkin and
Radishes with faces
10c a Box.
The Stare Beautiful.
Our Information Department
Write or telephone us any paint troubles you
may have to Information Department, and we will
be pleased to tell you the best we know how.
Tuttle Paint and (Mass Co.
210-212 H. STANTON
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Our equipment is complete Passenger Automobiles. Auto Baggage Trucks.
Hacks. Livery Rigs. Light and heavy hauling. Storage warehouse
Call DOOM'S TRANSFER
To haul your baggage or move yon. Storage aad packing fey careful laen.
R. B. BIAS FUEL COMPANY
HEN FOOD, CHICK FOOD AKD POULTRY MASH.
POULTRY AND STOCK SUPPLIES.
HAY AND GRAIN. PHONE 849
EL PASO SCHOOL FOR GIRLS
Special equipment for outdoor games. Mias Slater and Miss Tafel, Principal?
Telephone 2929. 1111-1115 Terrace Street, Saaset Heights.
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Ob the even numbered days of the month.
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