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EL PASO HERALD
offered this season. We have two ideas new in mamng tnese reduc
tions. First, we want to more fully advertise our present stock of furni
ture, which is, by far, the mort complete we have ever carried. Second,
we want to increase our list of customers, and believe offering such values
as the following is the easiest way to do it. Here are the items:
$16.50 quartered oak $25.00 Mission library ta-
dressing table; special
$30.00 Mission hall tree;
$21.50 Mission ball tree;
$27.50 quartered oak din
ing table; special price
$85.00 solid brass, square
nost bed: snecial nnce
The above specials conform in eoery way to the "House
hold standard," which is eetihe best furniture brought to
Corner Mills and
MORS HELD IP BY SULK
HE GNES IS VIEWS OH THE WA
Tells Them They Must Not Attempt to Travel Except,
Over Recognised Roads and Through Regular Ports
of Eairy Gives Them Food and Says if United
States Intervenes, Mexioans in Bisbee, El
Paso and Elsewhere Will Murder
Americans in Those Localities.
H S Harris and part, including nine
colonists, came in from the Chihuahua
Mormon colonies last evening As tbey
were returning they were held up by
ion. Salazar In tu same place tbat
('ano had held them up as they entered
Mexico It Was about monument 90, Or
"Stopped My Cough
And Gave Me Health"
Says Mrs. Ila Benjamin who
MRP ILA BENJAMIN.
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey
has brought during the past half century he blessings of health to thou
sands or the overworked, delicate and
sickly. It overcomes all weakening,
wasting and rundown conditions of
the body, brain and muscle, and is
wonderfully effective for all throat,
lung and stomach troubles.
CAT. Tioa. V hen you ask year drM&
jtMrt, grocer of t ealer for DhKh Vtttt
Halt W fcfakey. be Hare yon get the ges
ntne. Ik sold IN St VL.ED BOTTLES
OM. meter in bulk.. Look far the
trade-mark, the '-Old Che-mint," an the
label, and make sare the seal over the
ork in unbroken. 81.M a larjce bottle.
V rite for c medical booklet aa dee
f - s ri'i tee. free
The Duffy Malt bixkey Co, Moles
ter, Jk. ,
WE feature, for the bal
ance of the week, some
of the most attractive furni
ture values that have been
. - I .1 .1
ble; special price
$34.00 birdseye dresserj
$89.00 Mission chiffonier;
$32.50 mahogany dresser;
Lady's Colonial quartered
oak writing desk, regular
price $22.50; special price
four miles from the "corner." The rep
el were Just returning- fMn.w en
counter at Nogales With the federals.
They claim to hwe come ont without a
cratch and to have scattered and kitted
all but If of the 44 federals Vffl were
In the encounter The rebels bld three
calls it "The Grandest
medicine ever made." It
cured her of a cold when
her doctor could give her
no relief and built up her
weak run-down system af
ter years of poor health.
"It is with great pleasure I write to
tell you what I think of Duffy's Pure
Malt Whiskey. I sincerely believe it
is the grandest medicine ever made. It
relieved me of a cough that my Doc
tor could not stop. I had been in poor
health three years. I took lots of
medicine, but none of it seemed to do
me any good, till I heard of Duffy's
Pure Malt Whiskey and got three
bottles and took it. Now I am
better and I tell everyone how it
helped me."' Mrs. Ila Benjamin,
Woodhull, N. Y.
Overshadowing All Past Clothing Sales In Its Immense
Overtowering All Past Shoe and Hat Sales in Great Buying Enthusiasm
Overtopping All Past Furnishing Goods Sales in Wonderful Value Giving
The Great Bazaar's Quitting Business Sale
Continues with uninterrupted success. Thousands of pleased customers are heralding
the great story of the Bazaar's Quitting Business Bargains to friends and neighbors.
The values are compelling widespread attention of economy loving people from all over
the county. Everybody wants to buy suits, overcoats, shoes, hats and furnishings at
the Bazaar's prices.
Ie one with an overcoat or suit to buy can afford to ignore the wonderful money
saving opportunities that this great Quitting Business Sale affords
In Justice to Your Purse Come This Evening and Participate
in Ei Paso's Greatest Sale
Wednesday and Thursday the Big Suit and Overcoat Days at
federals prisoners, and claim to have
Salasai's company numbered 110 and
ttlr ages ranged from 12 to 87. The
oldest soldier feught against Maximil
ian and is 66 enthusiastic as ever.
Salazar was very indignant trwit tra
01 should be kept up between the United
RtHtft- rl ttio cvtfoniAa and aaid if it
1 did not cease lie would deal harshly.
with them. Thev showed the naasnort
Jflven by Ge.no but he took no nolle of
it and refrained from commenting upon
. it. The Americans remained as the
I guests of thjc rebels and were welt
' treated and found plenty of good food
I to eat. They sat down to & supper of
good beef, shortened mscuits, tortillas
and strong coffee.
Gite Apples to Salazar.
They presented Salawr with a box
of fine colony apples and be was social
ist ehough to divide them with his sol
diers, with Whom his word is law .aad
hti orders remarkably wetl obeyed.
The ganeral spent the evening in ex
SreWslng himself on sociology. He de
nounced the American press nd Amer
icans ih general for tiieir accusations
against him; be also denounced the
colony leaders for leaving their homes
in Mexieo, saying it was unnecessary
and pointing to those who have re
mained as proof of his word. He said
the leaders were hunting notoriety. He
says the Americans ana the American
press have accused him Of being a thief,
robber, murderer, ate., but that it is
false; that be is-fighting for humanity.
Justice, liberty, and equality, and ere
16ng' the same warfare will be raged in
effery nation: that labor will rise
Little Itegpect for Tatt.
He has little respect for president
Tatt. He said Taft is controlod by M&
dero and the monled men, and that Ma
dera is falee to ever guarantee; ttmt he
has corrupted the elections, favored hid
own family at the expense of the public,
eta. He says he does not fear interven
tion; tbat if the United States should
intervene, all Mexico would fight; that
the war would break out in Bis bee. Los
Yngeles. 1 Paso and other points where
Mexicans live and Mexicans would fight
wiericans in their own cities.
He thinks if the making of liquor
could be prevented, the raising of to
bacco prohibited, and If crime and im
morality were frowned upon, they
would cease to exist. He says be ad
mires the Mormons beoausa they are
temperate and are for their poor, Jn-
ii anu ajeu, tte says me guns, am
munition, -horses and saddles taken By
the rebels from the Mormons will
eventually be paid for, but the property
lost since they deserted theif homes
and left them to maurauders Will be a
dead loss to the owners.
Trael Is Restricted.
He said again that travel would not
be allowed between the colonies and
the United States; tbat if the North
Western finished its repairs and car
ried one ieaerai soldier, tne bridges'
would again be burned, "Amerioans can
travel ih Mexico if they come unarmed.''
Next morning he gave the colonists
permission to take their outfits and
they made haste to, get out. As they
were leaving, he said, to tell all Amer
icans that the road the colonists had
taken could not be traveled again, and
those who persisted in it would be dealt
with harshly. He sold all duties must
be paid and such travel as there was
must pass through ports of entry
The talk with the rebel soldiers re
vealed the faot that at Colon la Seco,
near jsno. while m federals were
drinking and playing and singing with
their musical instruments, tna rebels
fell Upon them and so scattered and
killed them that Talamantes. the fed
eral commander, arrived in La Ascen
sion With only eight followers.
Burn a Ranch,
The rebels burned the ranch at No
gales and said the property of every
American who permitted federal sol
diers to subsist upon it would be burned
In northern Chihuahua, there are 3500
rebels in five divisions, located between
Nogalee and Guzman. The rebels seem
to be planning; to take the Mexican set
tlement of Palomos. apposite Colum
bus in the near future; then will fol
low La. Ascension and Janes.
Enrique Portlllo, they say, Is located
between La. Ascension and Ouzmah
They had not heard the report that he
bad been killed
Stealing In Colonies,
In the colonies there is more or less
Stealing going on, according to the re
turning colonists, but the boys and
men are trying to care for their prop
erty. Salazar says it is the duty ef the
colonists to aid the rebels, thnt It Is a
rlg!U the rebels hav e to enforc as
sistance Mr. SpillSberrj s little girl died of
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S10-312 Saa Antosio Street. MB
tphoid fer and they chartered a
train and took her to Dublan for burial.
H. Haws has typhoid in Pearson and
is quite ill
There are small garrisons of federals
at Pearson, Casas Qrandes and at La
Ascension, the colonists report,
rtlchardxon la Held.
Edmund Richardson came into Sala-J
zars camp a prisoner wnue inc oiner
colonists were there. He had with him
two Mexicans, one riding in the seat
and one lytng in the buggy. Both
prored to be escaped soldiers from the
Nogales fight who had crossed the line,
but were not allowed to remain en
United States soil. Salazar threatened
to snoot them, and called them hired
murderers, etc., but finally they swore
allegiance and were given the free
dom of the camp.
Refugees in El Paeo continue to
leave for other parte of the United
States. Transportation has been fur-
ntti4Wt IhA fnllA-tv-10. tartArik A tha
I destinations mentioned!
To Mesa, ATI. John C "Wilfred S.,
Paxala A and Berflfttta Davte.
To Hblbrook, Aria. Lee Sanders.
to uiobe, Ariz. Jtaniy Killer,
vumor, j ami Kim uarton.
To Pima, Aria. Thos Mastea.
To Thatcher, Ariz. E F. Turley.
To Safford, Ariz. Mrs. P.. fi, Rich
ard. John, Conrad and Veral Donald
son, W. Z., Rebecca, and Ervin Palmer.
To Tucson. Ariz. Irene, Parley and
Dora Cardon, Lettie, ErieL Karl and
Orln clawson; Oley. Vinie and Riva
To Hachlta. N. V Ray Richardson.
AndreW Anderson, Peter Wbrtensen, V
J. Maybin. Alfred Morteneen, Thomas
Merfell, John Pierce, M. L. Harris. F.
r Merfill. JoaeDh William, n. W.
Nora and Nina Sanaers, A. W and May
Grants, N M Loren and Flora Tay-
Gridley, Cal. J. R. Evens.
Richfield, Utah Joseph Montensen.
Chartas Helquist. F G. Wall, I. L and
Larina Wilson, Ida W., Cyrus, Veyrl
and Lyman Claraon. P. K. jr. and K.
Lemon, S. Van Romney, Jeeee M. Ja
cobaon. Salt Lake City. Utali K. D. Porter,
Heaton and Chloe Lunt: Chafe, and An
nie Burrell, Millie Robinson, D. P.. The
da, Wanel, David J, Thora and Geneva
Black, A. Ji, Vivian and Eldon John
son. Kaysville, Utah Douglas Galbraith. i
Marysvale. Utah W L. Ireland. 1
Ogdeft. Utah Oscar P., Rettie. Parley '
TtfOole City. Utarf Wallace Johnson. '
Logan, Utah Jennet, Anita, Bllsi '
Ifans and Mines. Anderson. '
Burtey. Idaho C. J. Moon, W. P Gal
braith. Lester Gruwell.
Miami, Ariz. Mary A and Joseph
Memmott; atna a Waleer. i
Holbrook, Arl.- Charles Whipple.
Oasis, Utah Waler J. and Alaen
-' ! ' -' " ' i M,L '-'
JHt Breathe Booth'n HOMRI Kill the
Germs Btiil Soothe the Inflamed
Memliranc Start To-day.
Don't be prejudiced. There is not a
Pticle of morphine, cocaine, or any
jrlous or habit forming drug in
It lg made of Bucalyptus and other
Jrrand antiseptics. It will greatly re
leve the misery of catarrh or aoy af
fliction of the nose and throat In fi e
No stomach dosing just breathe HT
O.MHI, it gets at the catarrh germs and
quicklv destroys them.
Ask for HYOMSI (pronounced Higfa-o-me)
outfit It only costs $i 00 and
consists of a hard rubber pocket inhal
er, which can be carried in est pocktt, i
a bottle of HVOMEI, a medicine drop- ,
per, and sf-nple directions for use E-
tra oomes sue.
Leading druggists everywhere sell
HYOMEI, which is guaranteed to end
catarrh, cough's, colds and croup, ot
If ou could go to the Kucalyptus for
ests ot inland Australia you would
quicklv get rid of catarrh Booth's HY
OMEI brings tile Identlcnl air of these
forsts direct to our home It is a
mot wonderful citari i retnedj s )
Kellj i. Pollaid about it.
Easy to End
BOYD BRINGS OVER
CATTLE AT HACHITA
A. L. Boyd brought in 120 head of
cattle from Hachlta, N. M, Tuesday
night. They were crossed at a point
south of Hachlta and came from the
Boyd ranch near Casas Graifdes, Chih.
Dr T. A. Bray, of the bureau of ani
mal industry, has gone to Naco, Ariz.,
to spect cattle which John Degnan
Is to Import there.
D. F White has gone to Toyah to
look over some cattle, with the object
of making purchases.
Yoh'II mat a new salt for Thanks
giving, but what's the use to buy one?
Let Wright clean and press your old
one. He will make it look new.
line Domestic esse.
Southwestern Fuel Co.
Join Wright's Pressing club.
BANK PRBSIDBNT KNDS LIFE.
Columbus, Ohio. Nov. St Suffering
from a nervous breakdown. William
Little, SI, president of the Weat Side
Dime Savings bank, committed suicide
today by lunging himself with a rope
mad ef his bedclothes. Mr. Little had
not been active in the bank's afafirs
for several months.
Ladlei garments cleaned, pressed.
Frank L." Orr. traveling passenge1'
agent of the L ft G N, is in El Paso
on a business trip.
LATEST THEORY OF CATARRH
EXPLAINED BY DR. HARTMAN
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Catarrh bepins b i onpestion of the
blood vessels of a muroui membrane
Any mucous membrane is made up
mcstl of minute blood essel, called
capillaries Cold or Irritation of an
sort Is liable to produce congestion of
these capillaries If the irritation Is
Might and is quicklv remoed the con
gestion ver soon disapears and no bad
result obtains But If the irritation is
repeated man; times or is long con-
a chronic condition or congestion
mm ous membranes may occur
This i ordinarily called catarrh
The blood no longer circulates freely
in the small blood vessels that com
pose the macous membrane The
blood becomes dammed up in the ves
sels causinsr the Vessels to swell up
and the blood to stagnate and the se
rum of the blood to exude from the walls
of the blood essels, producing dis
enarges Th -- disc' ises are ordinaril
called mucous discharges. The fact i
NEW MEXICO TOWNS
COVERED WITH SNOW
Ruidoso. N. M., Nov 20 The flrst
snow of the season here measured
Sfeew ob the Xeai-.tBtes.
Socorro, N. M., Nor. 10. The Socorro
mountains were covered with snow for
a aay There is still plenty of snow in
sight on the Magdalena mountains.
Ground Covered at Corona.
Corona, N M., Nov. 20 A severe snow
storm is covering this part of the
Twelve Inches of Show.
MayhlU, N. M.. Nov. 20 A 12 Inch
snow has fallen here.
Raia and Saeiv 1b Toyah Valley.
Balmorhea, Texas, Nov 20 Toyah
valley was visited by a alow steady
rain lasting 36 hours, which has put
a good Season in tie ground. The
mountains ware white with snow and
some fell in the valley, but melted as
HARRY WHEBLBR M0T OUT
TOR BISSSS POSTOFFIGS
Tombstone, Ana, Nov. SO. Reports
have credited sheriff Harry Wheeler
with being an aspirant for the postmas
terskip a Bisbee. ls. Wheeler stated
emphatically tills sMrnisar that he was
not an aspirant for the Bisbee postof f ice
nor any other postoifkte. but that he
honed te succeed himself as sheriff 6f
Cochisa county and would be a candidate
for reelection two years hence.
l hnw, fha Iknh.M. b .a
properly mucus. Real mucus does not
Irritate but is a wholesome fluid which
covers every mucous membrane in the
bod) The catarrhal discharge is a
deranged sort of mucus that is irritat
ing and very unwholesome Suck a
dircharse not only further irritates
the mucous membranes. Sometimes com
plete!) denroWng them, but the dis
charge Is a weakening drain on the jjs
tem Precious blood serum Is lost In
This condition of affairs Is liable
to happen in the itJmach, in the
howeis and an other internal organ
V- said before it most frequentl)
oc(.ui! in the noe and throat.
orre'imes a little relief un be
eMilnrd by the use of local appli
cations especlall) when the eatar h
is confined to the nose and throat
B it c. tarrh cannot be successful!)
trnten by local application The
i nlv lemedies that are effectUe are
To dt ise a remedy for catarrh thr
' could be taken safely and effecttve'
, for catarrh wherever It happened to
he located in the body, to devise such
a r medv ha been the ambition and
tiirH of rar lifetime
I think I have obtained such a rem
ed in Peruna I reard Peruna at an
effective and a safe catarrh remed i If It attacks the lungs, cough and
I hae never recommended it for ans vmptom that resemble consumption
other disease than catarrh The no I will follow
Hon that prevails that I regard Pe- I If catarrh attacks the kidnevs d'
runa as a cure-all Is entireH errone- turbance of the urinary organs is orr-
ous Catarrh Is liable to af'cct so
man organs for which I hae -ptom
i mended Peruna that It has gien rlo
to the impression that 1 recommend
Peruna for different diseases I rec
ommend Peruna only for catarrh.
But I do insist that it is a rented)
not onlv for catarrh of the nose and
thro it but for catarrh of the stom
dt-h and lungs larnj x. liver and other!
internal orpins I
The kidneys are especlalb liable to
catarrh If the catarrh govs on un
checked in the kidneys it leads to
organic diabase, sometimes called
I wish to make it plain that Peruna
Is not a cure-all that I have never
recommended it as a cure-all, that I
have alavs insisted that it was a
remedy for catarrh and for catarrh
onl) I hope I have made this plain
If catarrh affects the stomach. p.
I runa is the remedy
If catarrh affects the kidneys Pe-
tuna is the rcmed)
BARSTOW BANK AND
PHONE PLANT BURN.
Barstow. Texas, Nov. 20 The O;
sens' State bank building burned at
midnight. It was a two story cement
block structure owned by the Citizen
State bank and C'oL G W Dyer, presi-
dent of the bank.
It was occupied by the bank the gen
eral merchandise store of judge J f
Walker, the offices of the Bars to v.
Irrigation company, offices of judge J
K. Starley. offices of the Barstow Title
company. o"lco of Dr I Mayhugh, tele
phono exchange, and residence of C. W
Kincheloe An insurance man stated
that the total loss would not exceed
$25,00, and that it was insured for
Use Domestic Coke.
Southwestern Fuel Co.
XROOPKR OK GUARD IX
HHACHUCA IS INJURED
Tombstone, Ariz,, Xbv. 20. Word was
received today from Miller canyon that
a trooner was thrown from his hone
and daiurerously hurt, and word was im
mediately wired to Fort Huaehawa to
send a surgeon and the ambulance at
onee to the camp. The trooper wad do
ing patrol duty about 12 mass from
the fort m Miller canyon, near the reser
voir of the Buachnca Water company.
Use Pomcatio Coke.
Southwestern Fuel Co.
If catarrh affects the colon, the in
testines, or the lungs. Paruaa, Is the
Not because Peruna is a remedy for
many diseases, but because catarrh
can locate itself in thesa various or
gan and disturb their functions.
Sometimes catarrh is associated
with constipation. Other times a ca
tarrhal subject may not be troubled
with constipation. In same instances
there is a looseness of the bowels
People beginning the use of Peruna
for chronic catarrh, wherever located,
will usuallv get valuable advice b
writing me, gixmg me a statement of
I do not think it will be necessar
for me in this article to describe
caUrrh of the various organs of the
oo$y. It is sufficient for me to sa
m a gsneral way that any organ is
subject to catarrh, because thest
organs are lined by a mucous mem
brane When once catarrh attacks in
organ it deranges the function of that
oitan more or less
If catarrh attacks the stomach dys
pepsia is the result.
If it attacks the larynx and bron
chial tubes, bronchitis and laryngitis
' ""ill result
tain Catarrh of "the bladder is a. .
common fo-m of catarrh It prod'- -s
distressing svmptoms. A largre pro
portion of men past middle life have
this forrn of catarrh, more or less
I not on1- devised a remed) to met
these cases hot I nae at mi com
mand a corps of assistants ard help-
I ers which enables me to tome into
touch with tho sards of
people suffe' 'ng from -at i-rh an i
assist them 'n the treatment of th(M
case Pe-ru-na, Man-a-hr and l.a-cu- a
manufactured by the Pe r i a Con
pany. Columbus. Ohio sou at a 1
SPBClAl, XOTICK: M-r per
inquire for The C!c"-T l Peisan i
Tnev want the rer k i ilia'
Fathers and Mothers used t
The old Peruna is now cal'r l
tar-no If your dealer does npi
it for sale write the Ka-tar-no
pan- r'oli mbus Ohio and th1
tell joj all about it Ad.ertise" j.wl