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EL PASO HERALD
Monday, NoYcihTior 2", 1912
What's Wrong With Your Chickens?
Perhaps they need a tonic after passing through the
We sell Model Egg Maimer and Conveys Laying Tonic, two
of the best egg producers on the market.
"PERFECTION HEN AND CHICK FOOD"
Maes Healthy Chickens.
W. D. Wise & Co.
Retail Store, 105
GRAIN, SEEDS, & POULTRY SUPPLIES.
Office and Warehouse, Cor. 2nd & Chih.
20 lb Granulated Sugar for $1 .00
1 5 lb California Potatoes . 25c
1 5 lb California Onions for 25c
2 quarts Cape Cod Cranberries for 25c
Fancy California Grapes, 3 fc for 25c
Fresh Mixed Nuts, per lb 20c
Blue Ribbon Mince Meat, 3 pkgs. for 25c
Crystaiized Citron, Lemon Peel and Oraihge Peel, per fc . 25c
Fresh Golden Dates, 2 lb for 25c
Extra Fancy Large Smyrna Figs, per fc 25c
Plum Pudding, 2 for 25c; 35c, 65c, & $1.00 per can.
CALIFORNIA TABLE FRUIT IN HEAVY
SYRUP PEACHES, PEARS, APRICOTS,
GRAPEST& PLUMS, large 3-ft can 15c
Florida Oranges, large and juicy, per doz i 30c
Good Eating Apples, 6 lb for ." 25c
50 lb Box for $1.35.
Bulk Queea Olives, pec pint 20c
New Dill Pieties, extra large, per doz - -. 20c
Seeded Raisins and Currants, 2 pkgs. for 25c
Dried Peaches, 2 fc for 25c
Fresh Shipment California Prunes, extra large, 2 B for 25c
Pure California Table Claret, per gal 65c
Pure California Sweet Wines, per gal. .- 75c
MAIL, ORDERS SOLICITED.
, 109-11 S.Stanton St.
Phones 2405, 2424.
AITOMOBH.IST HBLPBD OUT
OF TRODBLK BY STRONG JUDGE
AutomobUist Geo. B. Oliver just re
cruited to the ranks of individuals who,
once converted, last lose their human
habits as the gasoline disease wears in
aeeper and deeper had his first op
portunity to extend a helping hand to
a distressed brother of the fraternity
.Saturday night, and was a "helping
hand" indeed. He found the Man In
Trouble stuck in a ditch down on the
i ounty road, into which he had backed
in making: a turn and in which the rear
wheels stuck in the mud. There was no
traction for the wheels, so they didn't
pull, and, to add to the difficulty, the
backward tilt of the car had stopped
the gasoline flow to the carbureter. A
hand pump on the eras tank soon reme
died the fuel question, and then, with
the engine pulling for all it was 'worth,
tne United States commissioner and
federal court clerk grasped the spokes
of one of the rear wheels that were
down in the ditch and, with a strong
pull and a steady pull, soon helped the
machine onto the paved road. It was
his first experience in tendering first
aid to the injured, but he only hopes
that if he needs similar assistance some
time, a man with as much muscle as
himself comes along in a new car and a
good humor and does what he did. The
man he helped out of the difficulty is
ery modest and begs that his name be
left out of the paper not that he fears
his wife will see it, for she was with
him when it happened and had the sat
isfaction afterwards of saying "I told
yon so," because she had warned him
against getting too near the ditch bank,
she had said it was soft and would
crumble and it was and did.
Charity ball calls for a dress suit,
and I have four beauties and really
tailored for another fellow so you get
a bargain. Sizes 35, 36, 37. 3g breast
, n.i l iw if iia. m n .,.,., lull or n .,,,..
and see Pearson, 110 Texas street
INFAKTB.T DBFBATS CACTUS CLUB
IX BASKETBAIL GAME.
In the practice games of basketball
held at the Y. M. C. A. Saturday night
the 22d infantry team defeated the
Cactus club team by the score of 45
to 24. The first half was a good exhi
bition of basketball, with the honors
about even, but in the second half it
seemed impossible for the guards of
the Cactus boys to stop the basket
shooting of the two army forwards,
Martin and Duff. Downing, who plays
a guard for the army team, also has
six points to his credit
Hall and Taylor, for the Cactus, did
most of the scoring for their team,
scoring 10 and 11 points respectively;
Ross, of the same team, getting two,
and Snyder scoring one on a fouL
Thousands of nersons haw lwnrwminl r-nn ,.... r-rt -
and restored to perfect health hy the use of S. S. S. So uniform are the
good results from its use that we do not hesitate to say S. S. S. always con
quers Rheumatism if given a fair trial. You can never cure this dep
seated disease with external treatment, such as liniments, plasters blis
ters, etc These may furnish temporary relief but they do not reach the
Wood where the real cause is located. Rheumatism is rooted and erounrWT
in the blood and must be driven from its stronghold
there before permanent relief can be had. S. S. S.
conquers Rheumatism by driving from the circula
tion the excess accumulation of uric acid which is
responsible for the disease. S. S. S. strengthens
and invigorates the blood so that instead of a weak,
sour fluid, causing pain and agony throughout the
system, it becomes a nourishing stream furnishing
health to every portion of the body and relieving
every symptom of Rheumatism. If you do not con
QUer Rheumatism ir to-m r,-.0.-.r. o o o itt.
cne ictcm v j on can depend upon for good effects. Book on Rheumatism
-cdmedical aavice free. Tfff SWJFJ- tfZQftQ qq ATLANTA, CA.
MAYOR HOST AT
niu Friends Organize the BarliecHe
Club nnd "VV1H Meet Once a Month
to Eat and Get Acquainted.
Several hundred of the leading busi
ness men and politicians of Kl Paso
gathered Saturday night at Washing
ton Park, the guests of mayor C. B.
Kelly, at a barbecue supper.
It was decided to make the affair a
monthly event and all present enroled
as regular members and organized the
El Paso Barbecue club. Kach man will
contribute $1.50 and will pay no more
assessments until this amount is used
up. The feeds will consist in future
as they did Saturday night of barbe
cued beef, beef stew, pickles, bread,
coffee, beer and cigars.
The mayor as host Saturday night
saw that all his guests had plenty to
eat drink and smoke, and it was a
most enjoyable meeting, the mayor de
claring that he had called his friends
together so that they could all get bet
ter acquainted. He said he thought it
would be a good idea for the business
men to meet once every month for this
purpose, and the guests thought so,
too, and organized.
Ii- H. Burges called the meeting to
order and Park" Pitman, after talking
about primeval ancestral monkeys
throwing cocoanuts at each other,
nominated judge T. A. Falvey for
president Mr. Burges called for an
aye and nay vote. There was a loud
chorus of ayes. Then the representa
tive elect said: "All those opposed, if
there are any such suckers, say nay."
There were no nays and the judge was
J. A. Happer was elected treasurer,
and Ballard Col well was elected sec
retary. Tom Powers cooked the stew and
helped to serve the refreshments.
Is hard to describe, but easy to
appreciate it is exceptionally
well evidenced in this illustra
tion. It is a combination of qual
ity together with per
fect tailoring, that has
made them the acknowl
edged standard of fashion.
Let Us how
Them To You
fc"' " ii .iTijK D
El Paso Da
AUTO TAKEN BY BOY
AND GIRL FOR RIDE
Owner Overtakes Them, Both Khb, bnt
vjiti in uaugBt ana IJlvuIges
Nme of the Boy.
Fred Chesney and a young girl com
panion Saturday night had an automo
bile joy ride. Without first securing
permission, they borrowed Dr. C. M.
Hendricks's automobile, which had been
left standing in front of his residence.
601 Estrella street. Shortly after they
got under headway on the ride, the
doctor, armed with a rifle, jumped into
another machine and the race was on.
On the county road the machine In
which Chesney and his companion were
riding sustained a puncture, and the
two abandoned it The doctor jumped
Sr ifi, . va-r Bua ran alter tnem. Dr.
Hendricks attempted to discharge the
rifle, but the cap only exploded. How
ever, it was enough for the girl, for
she stopped. Chesney kept running.
The young woman was taken to the
police station, where she was turned
over to sergeant W. D. Greet After
he had questioned her for about an
hour, she admitted that her companion
was Chesney. Chesney was arrested
Sunday and placed in jail to await
The doctor told the sergeant that his
automobile had been taken frequently
during the past six months, and Sat
urday night he left it standing in front
of his home to see if he could catch
anyone taking It A second machine
had been stationed close by so he could
follow in it
423 North Oregon Street.
Giving your baby, or invalid any kind
of milk and
into the matter of certified roilk thoroughly.
See where your milk cosies from and how
to the advice of your Doctor who
will tell you that CERTIFIED
MILK is the only kind for babies
CERTIFIED MILK is ONLY produced by us.
TO MRS FULLEN
JAKE MILLER REFUTS
Jake filler, manager of the White
House, is nothing if not game, and he
15.?. p,ker' as he Proved Saturday. Mr.
Miner was a member of the recent El
Paso trade excursion into Arizona and
was one of the few who went to the
bottom of the Grand canyon. He car
ried postal cards with him on the ex
cursion and gave them out to the wom
fn, , different stopping places,
telling them he would send them a
souvenir spoon if they signed the card
and mailed it to him at Bl Paso not a
bad way to get a good mailing list:
leave It to Jake for that When he
went down in the cany On two young
women were of the party and they
made some photographs and promised
to send everybody of the party a pic
ture. Mr. Miller, not to be outdone,
presented each with one of his postal
cards for souvenir spoons. He found
the cards on his desk in his mail soon
after reaching El Paso, but for some
reason the firm's order for souvenir
spoons was not filled on time, so he
nasn t vet hflrl a nhantm 4v moll A... ......
r tu - " " " """ " "
Friday he got some of the photo
graphs made in the canyon and a little
note explaining that "we are not pik
ers; we are sending the photos as
promised." Jake took it as an impli
cation that somebody was a piker In
ine oenei or the girls, scratched his
head a second In that characteristic
way just as he does when he sells
you an article at-such a ridiculous
price and then came the idea and the
usual Miller smile. He hopped into his
Kissel "30" and in five minutes was at
the Harvey house, where he invested in
two of the finest souvenir spoons he
could find. These he packed in suit
able boxes, enclosed a card In each
bearing the statement. "Souvenir from
the White House, El Paso," and regis
"I don't think they'll think El Paso
ans are nilcors vhan iit.v ... .t.
sort of souvenirs an El Paso store
gives away.- said Jake, as he went
back and told Myrtil Coblentz about It.
CltY OF F1RB STARTS PAMC: &
SO CHILDREX KILLED
Bilboa. Spain. Nov. 25. A
panic was caused here by the
cry of fire at a movintr nictnre
O- show. About 50 children and
otners were killed. The num- !
ber of Injured Is not known, at.
most of them were taken home
by friends. fr
The operator of the machine & I
& lost his nerve when a film Ig-
& nited, and screamed "fire." He SJ
& was able to extinguish the -
fc- flames himself without diffl- d-
culty, but the effect of his cry
upon the spectators was In-
ft- stantaneous. -$
Frenzied crowds gathered
t outside the building and the
authorities had great trouble
in extricating the dead and
CHVTtGED WITH Dl"MPIC. TIlASir.
J Carprnti r uai arreted h th
r'"l.f Sml.r op a , h rse of dunap'nj
trash, in the citj limits.
She Appealn Her Divorce Case, "Which
Went (Against Her. nnd Snea Her
Word has been received here from
Santa Fe. N. M., that the supreme
court of the state has handed down an
opinion in the noted Fullen habeas
corpus case in favor of Mrs. Fullen.
This fight was Instituted before the
higher court some time ago after Mrs.
Dorothy Bowman Fullen had been
thrown in jail in Roswell .at the in
stance of judge J. T. McClure, of the
district court on a charge of contempt
The opinion now gives Mrs. Fullen ab
solute freedom so far as the contempt
charge is concerned and prevents the
Roswell local court from forcing her
to jail in this city.
Soon after Mrs. Fullen was notified
to bring the adopted daughter of the
Fullens into the custody of the court,
the little Fullen boy disappeared from
Roswell. and upon being called before
the court for failure to comply with
the court's order Mrs. Fullen refused
to answer questions put to her as to
the whereabouts of her little boy. She
also declared that she could not com
ply with the order of the court to
bring her adopted daughter here front'
California since the people who were
in possession of the little girl refused
to give her up. These two children
being involved in the divorce suit
pending between her and her husband,
Louis O. Fullen, Mrs. Fllen was thrown
into pall. This was on September 22.
Later Mr. Fullen and his attorney. Mr.
Askren, made an unsuccessful attempt
to take the little Fullen boy .from Mrs.
Fullen in the Angeles hotel in El Paso.
A suit for $12,006 damages has since
been filed by Mrs. Fullen against Mr.
Askren. Mr. Fullen also sued out an
immediate writ of habeas corpus in
the El Paso court to obtain the little
Fullen boy, but the decision of the
court was against him.
The El Paso incident delayed the de
cision of the supreme court at Santa
Fe. Pending this decision Mrs. Fullen
was in charge of the sheriff of Santa
Fe county, who permitted her to re
main with friends at the state capital.
Immediately after the decision was an
nounced, Mrs. Fullen left for Califor
nia to visit for a few weeks with
It stated by counsel for Mrs. Fullen
that the decision of judge McClure.
granting Mr. Fullen a divorce, was
given while Mrs. Fullen was in El Paso
and that notice of appeal was given.
This notice of appeal, it is held, holds
up the case until the supreme court
has rendered a decision.
The last order by judge MaClure in
the divorce case, gives all the proptrey,
rents, etc to Mr. Fullen.
if o more Blowing, Snuffling
or Morning Hawking to Dis
lodge Mucus, When You
Breathe Germ Destroying
HYOMEI (pronounce it High-o-me)
is guaranteed to end the misery of
catarrh or money back.
Breathe it destroy the catarrh germs,
and soon hawking and snuffing will
Breathe it and crusts will no longer
form in the nose: mucus will not lodge
in the throat; all inflammation will
leave the membrane of the nose and
throat and your head will feel clear
Breathe it for coughs, colds and sore
throat; its soothing, healing, antiseptic
action is better than all the stomach
dosing remedies in creation.
Complete outfit which includes in
haler and bottle of HTOMSI, $1.00.
Extra bottle of HYOMEI, if afterward
needed. 50 cts., at Kelly & Pollard's and
druggists everywhere. Adv.
AT THE CRAWFOltD.
Tonight Tuesday and Wednesday
nights with Wednesday matinee. Albert
Taylor will present a delightful west
ern comedy called "Texas." The name
of this piece recommends itself.
The latter part of the week, with a
big matinee Thanksgiving day, Mr.
Taylor will present a military drama
called "In the Hands of the Enemy."
BOY IS SHOT AT TRXICO;
TRIED TO STOP A FIGHT.
Clovis. N. M-, Nov. 26. A serious
shooting affray occurred at Texico In
which John Foster, aged 21, was shot.
it is alleged, by Ray Moss, of the same
age. It is claimed that the two young
er brothers of the two boys were fight
ing when young Foster Interfered to
stop the fight after being warned by
Moss not to do so. Moss, it Is said,
drew a revolver and shot five times,
one bullet taking effect and passing
entirely through the body. He is in a
More Truth Than Poetry
"It was a cough
That carried him off;
It was a coffin
They carried him off in."
The action of the Board of Health,
urging citisens to take precautions
against the prevailing coughs and
colds, brings to mind the old jingle.
Probably most of the deaths in this
country to-day are the result of dis
eases which had their origin in ne
There is no better prescription for
giving immediate relief to. acute
coughs and speedily breaking up the
most soi ere colds than that of a fa
mous throat specialist who always
advises his patients to shake together
two oi'nces of gljcerine, eight ounces
of whiskej and half an ounce of
Virgin Oil of Tine, and to take a tea
spoonful of this simple remedy every
An druggist can supply you with
genuine Virgin Oil of Pine, which
romes onl in soaleii half-ounce vialb
in wooden oirtwis lir inns the label of
The Leach Chemical Co, Cincinnati.
AT TUB KL PASO.
The scenes of "The Girl from U. S.
A." at the El Paso theater Thanksgiv
ing day matinee and night are laid in
Paris, Turkey and China, then drift
back to America. During all these
changes of time the interest does not
fag for a moment as there is not a dull
one in all the piece.
The cast is large and well chosen and
is headed by Miss Ouir.a Marion, as
dainty and clever a little acti ess as has
ever been seen in this city. sdv.
HIPPODROMK SKATING JUNK.
Remember the Hippodrome skating
rink only solicits the patronage of the
best people. A telephone has been In
stalled for the accommodation of the
A 25c matinee is given each afternoon
from 2:30 to 5. adv.
AT THE PRINCESS.
Today and tomorrow. Night Riders
of Reel foot Lake. Tenn., and the To
bacco district of Kentucky, showing
realistic scenes and incidents of the
lawless bands of Tennessee and Ken
tucky will be shown at the Princess It
is a thrilling story taken from the dis
mal swamps of Reelfoot Lake and the
famous Black Patch Districts of Ken
tucky sensational and interesting.
Don't miss it adv.
FLOATING RIR IS BEING GROWN
TO CHILD'S FACE FOR NOSE
Fort Wayne, Ind., Nov. 26. Kathryne
Godfrey, 3 years old. is growing a new
nose and the materials are the left
floating rib, from her body and flesh
taken from the right forearm.
The floating 'rib was removed from
me cnest ana burlea in tne Torearm.
where it was allowed to remain until
flesh grew about it The forearm was
then bandaged tightly to the child's
face where it will remain until the flesh.
and bone unite with the forehead.
Main Store Grocery Dept., 4340; Meat Dept., 4346.
Store No. 2 Grocery Dept., 4717; Meat Dept., 4714.
A Complete Line of Everything Satisfactorily Priced;
for every day, with suggestions for Thanksgiving week
If you use Blue Ribbon Flour, your cae will be a
-24 lbs. 85c 48 lbs. $1.65.
Phoenix oranges, sweet rich navels,
doz. 5e, 40e, 36c on
Florida. Grape .Fruit, QP
3 for OC
Xew Smyrna Figs, f)P
-or lb OC
New California Figs, ia
per pltg IvC
Xew Bulk Ikies, np
2 lbs dOC
Bananas, fancy fruit, nn
per doz VfC
Cranberries, Cape Cod, njj
excellent, 2 qts OC
Celery, home grown, per- "3 ?
fectly white, 2 bunches. . IOC
Fancy Seeded Raisins, - r
new crop, per pfcg ivC
New Recleaned Currants, JE
New Citron, Lemoa and np
Orange Feel, lb mOC
Sugar (16 oz. per lb.) -a ff
18 lbs., delivered.... Pl oUU
Oregon Potatoes, rip
12 lbs &DC
Sweet Potatoes, white mqp
red, 12 lbs OC
per lb .-. ....... 5C
per lb OC
Cooking and Eating Apples, "
very choice, per lb OC
Lemons, large and juicy, on
per doe JVC
All National Biscuit Co.'s e (-
10c pkgs, 3 OC
Canned Milks, large cans, r r
3 for 6UC
Small cans, OC
6 for OC
Iowa Corn, Extra Stand- ftp
ard, 3 cans uuC
Country Gentleman Corn, ftp
2 cans .. &OC
BLUE RIBBON EGGS
Assure good pastry guaranteed, doz..
New Candied Fruit, Cherries, Pine
apples, Plums, Figs, Limes, Apri
cots, each, nr
per lb OUC
Franco-American Plum Pudding,
all sizes, lOe, 60c, $1.00 OP
New Walnuts and Al- ftp
monds, per lb DC
New Filberts and Brazil ef
nuts, per lb .vC
New Shelled Almonds, ja
per lb OUC
New Shelled Pecans, Qf
per lb OUC
Sweet Cider, Cfl
per gallon - ...OUC
Extra Sifted Peas, j p
per can IOC
Asparagus Tips, OP
Asparagus Tips, extra ft, r
fancy white, pea can dJC
Extra Standard Toma
toes, 3 eans - ,
per lb ......,....,
Lipton's Tea, Yellow
LabeL 65c, 35e and..
White House Coffee,
per lb ..
Heinrs Dill' Pickles,
per doz ...
Heine's Chow Chow,
Heinr's sweet Pickles, '
Heinr's Sweet Mixed
Pickles, per pint ...
Heinz's Sour Pickles,
per doz .......
Beaehmrt Peanut Batter,
per jar, 30c, 15c and
Beaehmrt Bacon, per jar
Blue Ribbon Butter, B. Afl
Better Butler is impossible,) "'
Almond Paste, for maea
roons, 1 lb. can
Fancy Sliced Pineapple, large can,
Z5C 2 lb. can 20c,
1 lb. ess
Mushrooms, per can
Tea Garden Preserves, all
varieties, per jar
Grape Jelly, really home
made, 2 glasses
Plum Jelly, home made,
Currant Jelly, home
made, 2 glasses .
Complete variety of Cheese, both
New Hominy Grits, ft p
6 lbs : ZOC
New Pearl Meal, white ft p
or yellow, 6 lbs ., &OC
Soiled Oats, ftp
3 pkgs H.iDC
Corn Flakes, OC
3 pkgs - -,-,.4DC
Cream of Wheat, -t p
per pkg . IOC
Grape Nuts, ftp
2 pkgs ...-. mOC
Aunt Jemima's Pancake -j r
Flour, per pkg JLUC
Ralston's Pancake Flour, - r
per pkg .. 1UC
Ralston's Prepared OWW,
Buckwheat Flour, pkg 1 j2C
domestic and imported.
The finest lot that ever reached El Paso. You really should see
them before buying your supply for Thanksgiving dinner. You'll he
well pleased and will profiWalso. Alive, per ' OO
pound -.-.. ... .r.uuC
Dressed and drawn, per O-C
pound .... ......w .-.. .OC
We deliver to Highland Park" Tuesdays and Fridays. leaving promptly
at 11 a. m. Anticipate your wants, telephone early and get them on
Tuesday, for Thanksgiving. . ,fc
How to Bankrupt the Doctor.
A prominent New York physician
sas, "If it were not for the thin stock
ings and thin soled shoes worn by
women the doctors would probably be
bankrupt" When you contract a cold
do not wait for it to detelop into pneu
monia but treat it at once. Chamber
lain's Cough Ut naedy is intended espe
cially for coughsfiad colds, and has
won a wide reputition by its cures of
these diseases It is most effectual and
is pleasant and saf to take. For sale
b all d iletf dv.
Nee i Hnt.fr ti! in? roofing pap r,
pu-ia. riione Lander, 2JC
CLINT TO HAVE A
PAPER IN DECEMBER
Clint, Tex.. Nov. 25. Frank Elliott
states that the latest power machinery
has been ordered for use in the new
print shop, which he will open in
Clint, and it is expected to arrive m
time to set out the first publication
of the Clint News bv the first Friday
in December The I"aulson biiiliitno,
in the south part of town, has been
rented to use as the prlniinc office
A new garage and electric light
building is being erected on the C. E.
Kellogg ranch north of Clint, 'Shorty"
White has charge of the construction,
and states that Mr. Kellogg is prepar
ing to have a first class lightins plant
installed that he ma) have liehts in
his residence as well .is to furn'sh
powi r for charging the storage bat
teries to operate his automobile
Miss Helen Delacy, a former teacher
of the Fort Hancock school, has a po
sition as teacher of the Mexican hi hool
at Clint fillinpr th' aianc. u-e.l by
the rfMn.ui. n nt l.X.ir v,,,-, ,i
JUs. 1L 11 Ala-us, i: LI li - .-I
ing this week with Miss Taj lor at the
Mr Fowler has been engaged by
the Western Un.on at this, place, to
take the place of Mr Bnuni on the
third trick at the depot, working from
midnight until 8 oclock in the morn
ing. A large tar of crushed rock is being
unloadtd here and hauled out to the
new p'aie of I), Turner adjoining the
Oi.it town up on the southwest. Mr.
Tuirui ' haing a large pumping
pi i it instil1 tl. and some building
John Johui, and family are prepar
ing to move onto the Evans ranch on
the Me 3a east of Clint.
Cared of Lhrr Cuaplalnt.
"T was sufferinT with liei com
plaint." sas Iva Smith of Point Blank,
T-ab. and ilti di il to tn a J'c tox Ol
Chrmberla'ii s Tabl"f- and ai.i happ.
to say tftat 1 am ompletelj t.ured an
can recommend them to every one
Ir tale b 11 dealers Ad
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