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EJL ASO HERALD
Thursdav, November 7, 1912
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they have enjoyed the distinction of giving
nearly double the wear of average shoes.
This is because of the unusual high quality of
leather used and the workmanlike care in making.
Without question, Mayer Honorbilt Shoes" excel in
wearing qualities. They are built on honor.
Lead in Style, Wear and Comfort
The latest styles for men, women and children are
always obtainable in Mayer Honorbilt Shoes. They
have the refinement and finish that suggest style at
a glance, and the fitting qualities that mean comfort
every day from the very beginning.
Wear Honorbilt Shoes and reduce your shoe expense.
They cannot be equaled at the price.
Askyour dealer for Mayer Honorbilt Shoes. If not
obtainable, write to us.
WARNING To be sure of getting
good shoe values look for the Mayer
name and trade mark on the sole.
We make Mayer HonorbHt Shoes in all styles "for men;
women and children ;Yerma Cushion Shoes, "Dry-Sos," the
wet weather shoe, and Martha Washington (omiort fences.
F. MAYER BOOT & SHOE CO.. Milwaukee
TEll TO TONE OF
Local Marketmen Will Be
Prepared to Sleet Demand.
Consumption Is Estimated
at 12 1-2 Tons.
It will cost 30 cents a pound to do
the turkey trot coming Thanksgiving.
Local marketmen hold out little hope
of a lower price per pound for the na
tional fowl on the annual gorge day.
Jokesmiths to the contrary, the Bal
kan war has not had as much effect
upon the prevailing price of turkey
as the drouth nn east Texas, which is
the podltrymen's base of operations
for thi. section of the turkish war
zone Because of this drouth, the
poultry buyers are looking to bleed-
I re that JTarvel, PKRSPI-"NO!
i ji neve- be wuauu. ihat i ur,uer
fu! powder PEKSPI-NO again. And
hubby sai s he ne er will either
My arm-pits now are always fresh
si nd cooL My w lists and dresses never
fade, get stiff or stained. All my dress -s-hield
rrise v is gone and forever
PERSI'I-NO is just glorious! We
use .t in summer v hen clothing is
light, we use it in winter when
Octhing 13 heavy. It'isnt a greasy,
Mir-gumming cream; it's a powder
Use it wherever there is excessive,
unnatural and misery-produeg per
spiration PERSPI-NO is magic in
.ibsolutclv removing all perspiration
odors As a body 'sweetener there is
nothing like It A free powder pad
PERSPI-NO, sold at drug and de-4
T.artment stores. 25c a box, or sent on
receipt or price by Tne Perspo Co .
For sale and recommended by Kelly
Pollard. Knoblauch Drug Co., Popu
lar D. G. Co Adv.
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WE SELL ONLY THE KIND WE CAN GUARANTEE. SADDLES
FOR LADIES, COWBOYS, ENGLISH SADDLES, ETC.
Shelton-Payne Arms Co.
IN EL PS
ing Kansas for & large part of the
turkey supply for the feast day of
November. Wires have clogged up the
telegraph offices of the small towns
of eastern Texas asking- that a few
thousand turkeys be trotted out El
Paso way to satisfy a longing for bird
meat on Thanksgiving day.
Prlees Last Year 27 1-2 Cents.
Last year turkeys sold for 27 1-2
cents per pound on the El Paso market
with more demand 'than supply. The
three additional cents are added this i
year because of the scarcity of supply
and may be boosted another pair of
cents before the fatal, day If the Cali
fornia turkey buyers don quit but
ting into the east Texas field and of-
I fering real estate boost prices fin: tur-
Keys on tne noof. mas nave already
been fired into the Texas turkey man
tie EI Paso marketmen will pay and,
the 1 Paso marksmen will pay and,
if the offer is accepted others beside
the defeated politicians may have to
eat crow or its companions on Thanks
giving. The lower valley is doing its little
level best to overcome this high cost of
living in the turkey family by produc
ing a larger number than any previous
year. Bnt these valley grown turks
are but a drop in the pail to the total
amount needed to satisfy that empty
longing for drumsticks and a bit of the
white meat please. Ranchers in the
trans-Pecos country have also joined
the turkey trot club and are producing
enough turkeys to supply the local
demand in that section outside of Ey
Paso An appeal to reasdu has been
sent to Kansas by the pitching end
of the poultry battery in El Paso and
ii the rooster raisers in that progres
m e state produce the necessary tur
kevs there will be a turkey each In El.
Paso for all who wish them.
Will Ship In Iced IHrd.
One market has arranged to have
0 000 pounds of turkey meat shipped
here in iced barrels on November 25
for the pre-Thanksgiving rush. Other
markets are ordering equal tonnage
and it is estimated that there will be
25,000 pounds of turkey consumed on
the annual Turkey day. This amounts
to IS 1-2 tons of turkey meat that will
be devoured on the big day. barring the
second helpings. One turkey, average
size and disposition, weighs 10 pounds.
This makes the total consumption of
turKejs in El Paso 2500.
One reason for the turkey shortage
this season is the direct result of the
death of R. L. Boss the turkey man
of Denton. Texas.
He has supplied many of the turkevs
for the local market for the past 20
years and his demise has reduced the
production of the turkey by several
thousand square feet.
Just to keep the balance of power In
the poultry family on Thanksgiving
day, the chickens have come to the
rescue of the shoppers and are now of
fering themselves as sacrifices at 26
cents a pound. Being 10 cents cheaper
than the turkey price there will be
ny lKera 0.,le suosuiuies ior
the overgrown bird.
Work on the new $90,000 high school
building at Austin is not yet com
pleted on account of the slow arrival
of the material.
5 H POUND
ROSWELL PUTS TJP
BONUS FOR OIL WELL
III Pay $25,000 tot 50 Gallon a Day
We"; Town Takes on cw Life
AVith liaising ofllonu.i.
Roswell. N. II., Nov. 6 The bonus of-
ftred b the city to C. C. Tannehill and
brother, I. B. Tannehill, has been raised.
This $25,000 is to be given providing
they secure a 50 gallon per day oil well
inside of the next tew months. If they
I fail in securing- the well, nothing is to
i 'o paid. The lannehll brothers have
' contracted with T. A Stancliff Son,
of Lake Arthur, to drill the well, and
enough they have not given out where
the well wii be drilled, it is definitely
understood that it will be six miles
I northwest of the city. Roswell citizens
are taking cm new life since the rais
ing of the $25,000 bonus. Business Is
taking on an increased impetus. Prop
erty has already begun to advance. The
Tannehill brothers are sure they will
locate oil in paying quantity. Should
they do so this will mean a railroad for
this city without giving heavy bonuses.
FIRST PAYMENT ON
LEADVILLE IS MADE
Courtland Property, 'Which Was Bonded
For $000,000. k Shipping Steadl-
ly to El Paso Smelter.
Douglas, Ariz , Nov. 6 One of the
largest sales made in this section of
Arizona for several years was com
pleted when Appolos Fuller and O. I
Neer, of Douglas, made a first payment
of $50,000 upon a $600,000 bond taken
by them upon the I-eadville mine at
Courtland. The payment was made in
the office of the company at Pearce,
"William Holmes and associates receiv
ing the money.
A strike of a splendid quality of high
grade sulphides, made recently on this
property, makes it one of the most
promising in southern Arizona. The
bonders have been working the mine
for several weeks. They are now ship
ping at the rate of two carloads per day
to the EI Paso smelters.
MANY MINES IN
(Continued from previous page).
there were seven of the eight furnaces
in operation most of the time.
Add Another Shift.
The Calumet & Sonora company lias
added another shift at its wet mill,
which is now running day and night,
beginning today. The dry mill will be
operating within the next week or two.
On the 300-foot level of the company's
Chivera mine, two drifts being run to
cut the ore are showing up well. The
company expects to soon resume ship
ments of concentrates.
The Transvaal company, whose prop
erty is near Cumpas. is planning to re
sume operations, and arrangements are
now being made to commence work.
The new 50-ton mill and cyaolde
plant of the Gueriguito company, at
the property. 30 miles south of Naco
zari, is being operated to full capacity.
three shifts being -worked.
PHELPS DODGE PEOPLE
MAKE TRIP TO LEOPOLD
Silver City. N. M- Nov. 6. A delega
tion of the Phelps-Dodge people, head- j
ed by Dr. James Douglass, slipped Into
town yesterday morning, immediately '
entered an auto and went to Leopold. '
The company has been doing a lot of j
mining at Leopold for several months, j
the ore being placed on the dumps to
be shipped to Douglas, Ariz., and it Is j
believed that the present visit, among j
other things, is to look into the build- I
ing of the proposed line from Tyron
to Deming. .
In view of the increased use of gaso- I
Oil company is erecting three largeet
line and other fuel oils, the Continent
al Oil company is erecting three large
tanks here in which to store the dif
ferent oils, "ennys tram freight en
gines will use a very large quantity of
gasoline, and the mines in the Mogol
lons are using daily large supplies of
RICK ORE IS SHIPPED
KR03I THE HO"BY EKE MIXK
Carrizoso, N. M., Nov. S. E. F. Has
kins. T. ML Stoneroad and E. H. Talbot, '
of Jicarilla, have finished the contract
for hauling in a big shipment some
thing over 200 tons, of gold bearing
quartz ore, from the Honey Bee mine of
E. Fox in the Jicarilla district Mr. Fox
is shipping the ore to the smelter at
To Pringle and Crawford, to erect a
brick bungalow. Rampart street lots
46 and 47. block 3, Golden Hill; esti
mated value $2750.
To King Worley, to build a brick
bungalow, lots 28 and 29. block 125.
East El Paso: estimated value, $1700.
To F M. Ascarate, to build an addi
tion, 501 River street, estimated cost
South side of New Orleans, between
Florida and Louisiana avenue. Charles
Chesterfield to John A. McMahon. lot
22, block 106. Highland Park consider
ation $150: June 24. 1912.
North side of New Orleans, between
Division street and Florida avenue
Refugio Sherwin and husband to John
A. McMahon, west one-half of lot 12.
all of 13 and 14. block 108. Highland
park; 'consideration, $375; Noveirber 1,
South side of Stewart . between
Fisher and Putnam streets. Alice V.
Campbell to Luis Medrano, lot 30 ard
east one-half of lot 29, block 12, Sun
set Heights consideration $7150; No
vember 6t 1912.
South side of Stewart, between Fish,
er and Putnam streets. Blanche S
Kelsey to Alice "V. Campbell, lot 30,
and east one-half of lot 29. clock 12,
Sunset Heights; consideration, $10;
OctoDer 30, 1912.
Northeast corner of Madera and Pi
edras streets J C. Gilchrist "to Mrs.
Mertie Irene Tripp, lots 1 to 4, block
64. East El Paso; consideration $2500,
May S, 1912.
East side of El Paso, between Cllft
and River streets F. X Hall and
Hugh Clary, to Max Moye south 191 2
feet of lot 17 and north 13 feet of lot
IS, block 27. Alexander's addition, con
sideration, $3240, August 6, -912.
Southwest corner of Cliff and Ore
gon streets. Arthur J. Fullan to Lee
Moor. Frank Wells Brown. J. P O'Con
nor, J J. Mundy and Thomas O'Keefe
lots 6 to 10. block 27, Alexanders addi
tion; consideration $3510 October 23,
North side of Bliss, between Copia
and Grcma streets J. H. Ludwig ami
wife to John W. Phillips and Aloysee
S. Phillips, lot 7, block 125. East El
Paso, consideration $450, November 1,
Southwest corner Memphip and
Louisiana avenfe J. E Biscboff to 0"
M. Newman, lots 17 to 21. Block 1?!
Highland park consideration, $400,
September 26, 1912.
North side of Canal avenue, between
Palm and Walnut streets Victorian o
Ganzales and wife to Juan Jaquejc Cas
tro, lot 23. block 23, P.assett's audition,
consideration $600. November 4, 1912.
South side of Bliss, between Grama
and Luna streets G O Perkins and
wife to H. H Frio. G A. Martin and
A. T. Threadgill. jr. lts 27 to 29.
block 119, East 31 Paso, consideration,
$1050; October 22. 1912.
IiIceHsed to 'W ed.
Francis E Collins and Helen M. Ger
main. David Casalopez and Coicepcion Gal
legos. AntomoliIIes Licensed.
1185 W. K. Ramsey. 1418 Eouleianl,
five pasenger Studebaker
1186 L. Felker, Fort Bliss. fi pas
To Mrs. William A. Burk, St. Mark's
hospital. November 5.
SANTA ROSA USES
ITS FRUIT CROP
Nearly 200 Car Loads Gathered lUit
Xobc In Shipped Fiom the Vicin
ity Demand Exceeds Supply.
Santa Rosa. N M., Nov. 7. It is es
timated that between 150 and 200 car
loads of fruit have been harvested
from the trees in this vicinity, and eo
far as known, not a wagon load in
all has been shipped to outside man
kets. AVhen it is considered that there ar
no large orchards in this vicinity, and
that the business of fruit growing
here has compared with the usual avo
cations as raising a few hens compares
with running a large-farm, the produc
t'on indicates what may be done her.
and when it is known that there are
hundreds of acres of undeveloped lan1
in this county, the prospects for tt e
future in the ralsirg of choice fruit is
Not withstanding the large fn it
crop this season, the local demand via
not supplied, and already apples are
teing shipped m here from other
states. Before the winter is over, this
fruit will be" selling readily on the lo
cal market at five times the price it
brought in the orchards at harvest
time, It is believed.
HOBAN FARM RAISES
60 BALES OF COTTON
Pecos, Texas, Nov 7 The Collier
Love farm, at Hoban, on the Pecos Val
ley Southern railway, has produced one
of the finest cotton crops that this
section of the county has eer known.
Sixtv bales of cotton will be marketed
from this farm and as this is the first
year under irrigation, it far exceeds
the expectations of its owner. The
Pecos and Toyah valeys will be at the
top in the next I've years from a cot
ton growing standpoint, it is claimed.
shipped from! altim4
Rxpeeted That 50,000 to 75,000 Will He
Sent Out Each Mentu During
Alpine, Texas, Nov. 7 Up to date
one-half a millicn Resurrection plants
have been shipped from Alpine to all
rarts cf the United States, and ar
rangements have been made to collect
and ship from 59 000 to 75,90 a nionth
during the winter. These plants, which
resemble a knot of dried moss, become
fresh and green when immersed fn wa
ter, and are in great demand as curi
osities in the north and east. They
grow only in the Big Bend country of
G. H. Tates has Drought in a fine
well on the land recently sold him bv
H. J. Gray a mile west of Alpine. At
a depth of 10 feet ,Mr. Yates has i
flow of 100 gallons a minute enough
to irrigate 30 or 40 acres of iand, on
part of which he already lias a fin
oung orchard. He has built a reser
voir, and -will soon instal a high power
pumping engine. S
F. L. Clark has given the contract
for a new home in the Sanford addi
tion. A. McCallum has orders in hand for
6000 apple trees for winter planting
in Upine, Conservative real estate
men place the probable number of
trees to be put is during thv- -winter at
SIXALOA PLVM'KRS WILL
INCREASES 0IOS CROPS
Guaymas. Mexico, Nov. 7. Because
of insufficient rain in the Culiacan
and EloU valeys this year the crops
will be very much under the average
Pastures mre short and cattle .are in a
It ft reported that several ranchmen
in the state of Slnaloa are preparing
for a greatly increased crop of Bermu
da onions the coming season, the most
of which will probably be exported to
the United States.
From SOOO to 35W acres of rice will
be ready to harvest in the Yaqui Val
ley during the month of December. In
dications now point to a very heavy
CHAMBERINO MAX BUYS
FIXE STRAIN CHICICEXS.
Chamberino, N. M.. Nov. ! J. C.
Francis has purchased some White
Orpington chickens. He bought one
pen of parties in Kansas and another
from an Illinois breeder.
B. W. Highland, who ha been living
on the Mundy farm during the past
ear has been making some improve
ments on his own farm near San
Miguel, and will move his family there
in the near future.
George Smith, who has been farming
the Mrs. Maloney farm during the past
year, has finished his last cutting of
hay and is visiting friends in Arizona
for a few weeks.
CROPS VRK HARVESTED
IX THE BOWIE VICINITY
Bowie. Ariz., Nov. 7. X W. Pulliam
is harvesting & fine crop of pink
beans, kaffir corn, and . milo maize.
John Hammer has completed a four
room bungalow on his ranch, two miles
south of town.
C. S. Kellum has a force of men at
work in his cornfield west of town,
cutting and shocking his corn.
W G. McCampbell, who' lives two
miles east of town, has- Installed a
simple oil engine on his well.
HOWARD PKANLT CllOP
NOW BEIXG THRESHED.
Big Springs, Texas, Nov. 7. Several
peanut threshers are at work in the
county thrashing the peanut crop. The
largest acreage in the history of :he
countv was planted this year.
S T Rowlands's term as U S. farm
demonstrator for Howard county has
expired and he has returned to his
home at Hagerman, N. M. The work
will be taken up again when more ap
propriations are made.
GUM3I WILL SHIP 20 CARS
OP LINCOLN APPLES
Carrizozo, N. M., Nov. 7. Wallace L.
Gumm was in town from his apple
picking camps near Lincoln. He will
ship 30 cars of fruit from Lincoln
county orchards this season, all going
to the El Paso market
"Usefulness is the rent we are asked
to pay for room on earth. Some of us
are heavily in debt."
Home-Made Beauty Kelps
(Prom the Journal of Fashion).
"Beauty aids made at home are most
satisfactory in results, besides the sav
ing in cost You cannot 1)uy ready
made a shampoo powder better than
you make by mixing four ounces of
orris root with a package of therox.
Sift a little on the head, brush out
and your scalp is clean ana your hair
beautifully lustrous, light, wavy and
easy to do up.
"A r uick and painless way to re-
ove superfluous hair from face or
foreaarms is to apply a paste made by
mixing delatone with a little water.
Cover the hairs with paste, leave on a
few minutes, 'then wipe off, wash the
skin and the hairs are gone.
"Eyebrows and eyelashes lack char
acter because they are thin and de
ficient in color Apply pyroxin with
the finger tips and they w'H become
darker, grow longer, thicker and
"Your husband would rather you
woulJ use mayatone lotion instead of
gieasy face creams or powder that
shows Dissolve an original package
of ma atone in a half pint of witch
hazel and you have a three months'
auppl It makes the complexion soft
smooth ard satin v, restores outhf al
bloom, and prevents grow th of hair
"Mother s Salve is just fine for cuts,
burns, scratches and skin eruptions
healing without leaving scats. Rub It
on-briskly and it willfgive almost in
stant relief from aches, pains and
soreness It should be on every lady's
0 ACCOlT OF FOUL BRBATII
TIIICN RX-VD BBLOW.
(My, Myl What a Breath! 1h Don't
iou Hare iaus lure That I
It ou continually k hawk and spit
and there is a constant dripping from
the noie into the mouth if you have
foul, disgusting breath, you have Ca
tarrh and I can cure it.
All you need to do is sunuiy this:
Fill out coupon belcw.
Don't doubt, don't argue' Yo- hare
everything to gain, nothing ro lose
by d3ng as I tell you. I want no
money just your name nnd addrtp.
This coupon is good for one trial
package of Gauss' Combined Ca
tarrh Cure, mailed free, in plain
package Simply fill in y.ir name
ana address on dotted lines below
nnd mail to
C. IS. G.VbSS, S42J) Main Mrect
The Feddf ink fer All Ages
CViltiFi TR-ilms4e iwri flrvtAr-mrr rWrt
PureNulrnion.upbuilding the whrdebody.
Invigorates the nurskig mother ana the aged.
Rich m3k, malted grain, m powder form.
A quick feack prepare in a rainete.
Take no sabs&ate. Askfor MORLICK'S.
Mot m May MiSk Trust
Who Had Troubles of Her
Own to Contend With, as
Told by Mrs Rutherford.
' Charkstown, W. Va,
-In -an inter-
esting letter from this place, Mrs. Cal
vin Rutherford writes as follows: "At
one time I suffered terribly from wo
manly troubles. Some of my symp
toms were hot flashes through the face,
pains in my sides and back, headache,
dizzy spells, and pain low down.
Since taking Cardui, the "woman's
j tonic, I am well and enjoying good
health, and I want to thank you kindly
for your advice. It certainly has
proven a blessing to me. Cardui has
done what other medicines failed to do.
I am a framed nurse, and have just
returned from a case where I recom
mended Cardui to a lady and she is
now taking k."
In the face of such strong recom
mendation from users of Cardui the
ones who know best just what this
preparation will do for weak, ailing
women, no wonder we do not have to
Umake extravagant claims for it.
All we can add to the above state
ment, is that Cardui is prepared from
perfectly harmless, vegetable ingre
dients, which act gently, yet directly, on
It is -a strengthening tonic and helps
to build up womanly strength.
It has helped thousands of women
in the last 50 years. Why not you?
Your druggist sells it.
N B Write te: Ladies' Advisory
Dept. Chattanooga Medicine Co.. Chat
tanooga, Tenn.. for Special ImtrHctloHt,
and 4-page book. "Home Treatment
for Women." sent In plain wrapper, on
Pink and White
Cocoanut Cream Bar
15c a pound.
"FOLLOW THE CROWD
The Store Beaut-
Ost ihe Original and Genuine j
wO J9 0 JT
A Disinfectant That Beautifies
THAT IS A GOOD COAT OF PAINT.
Where residences have been occupied and new parties are moving in. the
house should first have a good coat of paint, which is a sure disinfectant.
Tel! These People What You Want
They Will Respond Promptly
A. E. RYAH & CO.
LONG WELL'S TRANSFER
A3iD AUTO GARAGE. PHOftE 1
Our equipment Is complete Passenger Automobiles. Auto Baggage Tracks.
Hacks, Livery Rigs. Light and heavy hauling. Storage warehouse
Call ODOM'S TRANSFER
To has! your baggage or move you. Storage and packing by careful sea.
EL PASO SCHOOL FOR GIRLS
Special equipment for outdoor games. Miss Slater and iiiss Tafel, Principal?.
Telephone 2929. 1111-1115 Terrace Street. Ssaset Heights.
n r in mr.iiniiiiiiMiBMEMBg
and no more unpleasant work
keeping them clean. For Semi
Flash wiS quickly make them
white ax new without scrubbing
or touching the bowl with the
Sani'FTash is a powdered chemical
compound disinfectant and tfco
dorant easy to use and harmless
to bowl and plumhtnz Get a can
to-day and be worried no more by
a discolored water-closet bowL
25 cents a can at your
grocer's or druggist's
Tickle Your Liver,
Treat Your Kidneys,
With a spooofal of
' At Bedtime.
Tomorrow youH smile and the
world w&l smile with you.
Podolax in 50c. bottles. Get one on
the way home. At any drug store.
aBd tie PANAMA CANAL
2 Owe, kaviac NEW ORLEANS
Br S. S. Kmsprinxmin CXilta,
Jan. S3 Ffb. 10
IS days mch-$IS5 and a.
HipnltaiT- mT:eB Use
MS Olive St, St. LeuK Xo. '
er Ieai AKtB.
Out a la Carts service
is fine. Private dining
rooms. Well cooked
meals. Careful service
Drinks of all kinds.
Lone Stmr Inn
On the County Road
61-2 Miles From 1 Paso
and Glass Co,
212 SAH AH20HIO ST.
I Buying 1
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f baking powder
that "makes Ike
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J It leavens tfae 9
food evemlj )
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J it up to aiiy fight- P
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ff price highest in j
a quality. m
fAsk your grocer lor
Calumet Don't take a 1
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rranca Stirs. 1342.
Gh.es your Boy a start
Phone 1147. J. P. Malik. Prw.
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If substitute. 1
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