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12 Friday, December 20, 1912
I Wives IB
Here's the gift that
every man who
smokes a pipe or rolls
his own cigarettes will
be grateful for. Ifs
delicious Prince Albert
tobacco. It can't bite
his tongue, ifs fragrant
smoked in the house,
it's the delight of every
man who knows good
makes it possible for every man to smoke a pipe! Give "him" a jar of P. A.
and .get hhn interested in a jimmy pipe. You've no idea how much solace and
comfort it means after supper or any other time.
The handsome glass humidor holds a pound of Prince Albert and lasts a long
while, whether "he" smokes it via a jimmy pipe or a cigarette. A sponge in the
top of the lid keeps the tobacco moist and delicious.
It's your duty to make "him" P. A. ioyous this Christmas.
Bay Prince Albert at all tobacco stores in pound glass humidors, half
poand tin humidors and also in the 10c tidy red tin and 5c toppy red bag.
R, J- REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO,, Winston-Saiem, N. C.
FOR WEST IE
IRanch Owners of La Mesa
and San Miguel Districts
A creamery for the west side of the
river above El Paso is now being pro
jected by the enterprising ranch own
ers of the La Mesa and San Miguel
districts of the valley. The valleyltes
are talking of organizing a stock com
pany composed of from 30 to 40 men to
finance the proposed creamery, which
will cost from J3500 to $4000. The
Filan is to have the creamery building
ocated at a convenient place on the
railroad where the farmers can bring
their cream from the ranches of the
lower Mesilla valley. It is the inten
tion to make the creamery a cooper
ative affair and have it managed by a
stockholder in the company. To supplv
the necessary .dairy products 206 cows
will have to be brought into the upper
valley by the ranchers and this is a
part of the present project.
H. R. Hannum, of La Mesa, was here
Thursday to Interest El Paso property
Eners in the upper valley in the pro
t. "We need some product that will
ng us money each day," Mr. Hannum
says. "As it is, the hay and fruit crops
bring in money but twice each year,
a.nd it is necessary for the ranchers to
finance their ranches through the
banks. By having a creamerv. -where
a daily profit could be realized, it
would be possible for the ranchers to
do their own financing. The plan is
to have the ranchers separate the
t-ream from the milk at their ranches,
thus giving them a byproduct in the
skim milk for their pigs. The cream
could then be collected in the district
and hauled to the creamery, where it
rould be prepared for the El Paso and
upper -valley market.
I causes run-down health and sickness. I
I Scott's Emulsion and rest are needed. 1
I but SCOTT'S EMULSION is more
I important because it enriches the blood, I
f nourishes the nerves builds the I
body and restores strength, vigor 1
and immediate energy without I
interrupting daily duties. 1
Scott 's Emulsion drives out colds
and strengthens the lungs. I
Scott & Bownb, Bloomfield, N. J. 12-97
et fT aft?"
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the national joy smoke
ALPINE MAY BE MADE
DIVISION POINT SOON I
Alpine, Tex., Dec. 20. It is reported
that the G. H. & S. A. is soon to change i
its ireight division points. Alpine is
said to be favorably considered, on
account of the coming junction with
the Orient. "Work on the Orient tracks j
has been delayed on account of the"
bad weather, but 10 miles have al
ready been laid, and rails sufficient
for 30 additional miles are on hand,
with other shipments on the way. The
management confidently expects to
connect with S. P. in "Alpine in March.
Jackson and Harmon have bought
the "Charley McPeters ranch. Mr. Mc
j Peters will probably ieaTe Brewster
' county shortly.
T. w. Turner, of Gonzales county,
has bought the Murphy ranch, in
Presidio county from C. O. Thomas.
Arthur Thomas has bought out the
stock of the Ford Bakery-Grocery
company and has transferred it to his
store on the south side.
J. H. Derrick has turned over his
insurance business to MVss Johanna
TO SPEND $3,000,000
IX WKST TEXAS LAXDS
Austin. Texas, Dec 20. Approxi
mately $3,000,008 is to be spent in the
development of the western section of
Texas by he Pearson syndicate, accord
ing to judge L. C. Penry. of Plainview,
-who is here on business. This syndi
cate has already purchased 100 sections
of land in Hale, Floyd and adjacent
counties. This land is to be cut into
quarter sections and sold for farming
purposes. There will be about 400 sets
of homes and an artesian well on each
"4CL JLI112S JCtJIU CU51 KUUUl. fl.aiV.VW I
The other $1,500,000 is being spent in j
improving the property for irrigation j
iaiPROVEMEXTS M VI1C IX
Valentine, Tex., Dec. 20. Jack How
ard is building an addition to his resi- I
dncf and also is having it replastered. '
Mrs Julia Cole is havintr her resi- !
dencc r modeled. i
BIG ENGINE COMES
FOR ARTESIA PLANT
Occupies T11 cite Flat Cars and Cost
$47,0K Complete; "Will Supply
Power for Irrigation "Wells.
Artesia, X. M.. Dec 20. The first
shipment of the 430 horse power Dei-
set engine lor tne Pecos valley Gas
and Electric company, successor to
the Artesia Light and Power company,
has arrived. It consists of three large i
cylinders, their bases and minor
equipment and occupies four flat cars.
The remainder of the engine will re
quire eight cars.
The engine costs $47,000 and will
furnish power for pumping plants in
the weak well and surface well dls-
The company is putting down j
eight surface wells 250 feet deep on ! Capt. Charles G. Harvev. of the sec
its half section of land southwest of 1 ond cavalry, has been appointed regl-
ax leaia ami nm iusia.1 pumps LOill -will .
be operated with power from its plant.
The company has several hundred
more acres of land near its half sec
tion that will be put under irrigation
from surface wells.
LEASES MIAMI BLILDIXfi
VXD MILL OPEX A HOTEL
Miami, Ariz., Dec. 20. Louie Alexan
drea has leased one of the first floor
store rooms and the second floor of the
new Cooley concrete block, now near
ing completion, for a hotel. A carload
of furniture has already been received.
The Miami Telephone company has
completed the instalation of 24 new
phones for the local system, making
53 phones in all.
B?-' IT WAS VE1?Y COi-Df
THE UTTLE AlEwS "AS
EA$EZ TO SLL OUT HS
STOCK OF PfiffS AND BEAT iT
FO HOME. YtXTfY Ht SHOtTd
ED FZOM UUHqS SOON 0STltfri
TO MAKE JjJS FOWVrtE ON THE
OPl?ATIC STA$E AD SOON HE
HAD BUT ONE PAPER LEFT-
A Ktrib-HEAWEO OLD eASCAl.WHO
HAb BEEN WAXCHlft& OU13 HEtcO
BOUGHT THE LAST PAPER. FOG
?oY- O-O, AND SLANTitirAT THE
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THE QONDCUi VT w r-
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TAKE T-He ONE..
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HJT THE rfAY.
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Many Transfers and Promo
tions Made in Cavalry and
"With IS recruits received Thursday
at the 22d infantry camp from Jeffer
son barracks, St. Louis. Mo., the roster
of the regiment is now complete with
its full quota of men.
Twenty-Second Infantry Changes.
Capt. George S. Simonds, of the 22d
infantry, has been relieved of his du
ties as acting regimental adjutant, and
assigned to company "B."
Capt. Frank Halstead. of company
"L," has been appointed regimental ad
jutant of the 22d infantry.
Capt. William M. Fassett, recently
assigned to the 2 2d infantry, has been
assigned to company "K."
Capt. Robert 'Whitfield, of company
"A," has been transferred to the un
assigned list while he is attending the
service school in Fort Leavenworth,
First Lieut. .Resolve P. Palmer, of
company "K," has been transferred to
Capt. "William W. KKammon, Jr..
whovbas been assigned recently to the
22d infantry, has been assigned to com
pany "A." Capt. McCammon has not et
arrived from trie PMllppines, where he
has been on duty with the quartermas
Lieut. Dean Halford has been trans
ferred to the unassigned list, while he
is on duty with the "West Texas Mili
tary academy in San Antonio.
Second Lieut. Arnold N. Krogstad
has been relieved from duty as bat
talion quartermaster and commissary
of the first battalion and is assigned
to company "AL"
Second Lieut. James I. Muir has been
relieved from duty as battalion quar
termaster and commissary of the sec
ond battalion and assigned to company
First Lieut George R. Guild re
cently attached to the 22d infantry,
has been attached to company "B."
First Lieut. John P. Adams, battalion
adjutant, has been detailed, in addition
to his other duties, as assistant to the
regimental detachment, and will asume
command of the mounted scouts of the
Second Lieut. Roscoc C. Batson has
been granted a 10 days' leave of ab
sence and will leave Friday night for
his h,ome in Mississippi. Lieut. Batson's
mother is in ill health.
First Lieut. George F. Rozelle, Jr.,
has been given a two months leave of
absence. He leaves Fridav night to
visit his mother in Dallas. Tex.
Capt. and Mrs. I3aac Xewell leave
Friday night for a nine days' leave of
absence to visit Mrs. Newell's mother,
in Chicago, 111.
Mrs. George X. Bomford has joined
Capt. Bomford from Fort Sam Houston,
and is stopping at the LeRoy.
Capt. Julian J. Dodge has gone to
San Francisco on a 11 days' leave of
Capt. Ernest" E. Haskell, of company
"E," who has""recently returned from
the service school in Fort Leaven- 1
worth, is instructing the junior officers i
of the regiment in topography. '
The majority of the officers at 22d
camp have fallen victims to the grip,
or are just convalescing.
Parade is held at the 22d camp every
Monday afternoon at 4 oclook. -
Band concerts are played daily,
weather permitting, in front of the tent
of the commanding officer, CoL D. A.
The ISth Infantry is taking its turn
on the target ranges now that the
22d infantry has completed its target
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wireless telegraphy and the hellio-
graph for transmission of messages be
tween the signal corps canin on the
militar reservation at Fort Bliss and
points' along the border.
Capt. John R. R. Hannay, of the 22d
infantry and Capt. "William Mitchell,
of the signal corps, having each been
granted three days leave of absence,
are enjoying a hunting. trip together.
Second Cavalry Chanscs.
Lieut. Henry T. Philips, of the med
ical corps, has been transferred from
Fort Bliss to Terlingua, Tes., reliev-
ing Lieut. Henry a. Utter, of the med
ical corps, who will proceed on to Fort
Lieut. Robert Skelton, of the med
ical corps, has arrived at Fort Bliss
from Fort Sam Houston on temporary
duty, until the arrival of Lieut. Etter.
MaJ. John S. u inn, of tne second cav
alry, has returned to Fort Bliss from
Fort Leavenworth, Kans., where he has
been attending the service sctfioo!.
Capt. Stephen M. Kochersperger has
been relieved from the duties of regl-
mental adjutant and assigned to troop 1
-L- of the secand cavalry.
Capt. Edward L. King, formerly of
troop "M." has been placed on the un
assigned list of officers. Capt. King is
attending the service school in Fort
Leavenworth, to be there for a ydar.
Only Second Cnvnlry Officers.
The Russian ride, for which the of
ficers at Fort Bliss have been prepar
ing for some time, and which will oc
cur Dec. 28, will be participated in only
by the officers of the second cavalry.
The officers of the other cavalry regi
ments have ridden the test ride before
being stationed at Fort Bliss.
Capt. George S. Simonds, of the 22d
infantry, has been relieved irom the
dutie-, of district adjutant.
Maj. "William F. Clark, of the second
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THE qC00 SryPTO71E'wAS
MAKiMq- 5 (fC)NOTS AN HOUE
IT W4S HE IS MAIDEN TlAHD
ALU ON BOABD w MECfcY.
THE OFFICERS tSESPLENOENT Iff
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f-Y ssuinq- oeoes to the
WK-LJrtfr CPEW. THE rVStfWASW
O" THE 5AI-T flie ON THE (fANT
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DeOWW THE CAPTAlNb VOICE. A
fAlSIHq- HIS MEGAPHONE TO HIS
LIPS. HE BARKED
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You'll like Fatimas
a delightfully mild
the taste of the pure
goodness that has
made this the greatest
selling brand in the
A simple, safe and effective treatment
for bronchial troubles, without dos.ng the
stomach with drags. Used with success
for thirty years.
The air carrying theantiseptic vapor, in
spired with evevy breath, makes breath
ing easy, soothes the sore throat, and
stops the cough, assuring restful nights.
Cresolene is invaluable to mothers with
young- children and a boon to sufferers
Send us postal for
descriptn c booklet.
Try Creeolene Antiseptic
Tnroa Tfeb!csfor tile ir
rited throat They are
rimpte, effecUie and anti
cr t rocl us, 10c in sta-npsL
VAPO CHEKHSfE CO.
cavalry, has been appointed district ad
jutant. Fort Bli-w Notes.
A new sewerage system Is being put
in at the military reservation. The
fcrmer one had fallen into very bad
A number of promotions hae been
made among the enlisted men of the
second caalry. In troop "M" lance
corporal John Q. Adams has been pro
moted to be corporal. In troop "L."
corporal Barney D. Sla ter has been
advanced to sergeant. In troop "C,"
corporal Alvin R. Wunn has been ad
vanced to sergeant.
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grown to about 200 members. Nine c
didates were initiated at the meeting
of the lodge "Wednesday night. A meet
ing or the members will be held Sun
day afternoon at the post to decide on
the date of the Christmas smoker to
be held at the El Paso Moose lodge
room, some time during the Christmas
During the Christmas season a dance
will be given by the Bit and Spur club,
an organization of the noncommis
sioned officers of the second covalry at
the post hall in headquarters building.
Xevr Shield Adopted.
The shield of the second cavalry,
which has been adopted by the regi
ment, is on display in the adjutant's
office. It has a crest of the crossed
sabers, surmounted by the figure 2,
with a rising sun beneath, upon which
is tht date "1S36," the year of the or
ganization of the regiment. L'pon the
shield in gold on a blue field is the
figure of a cavalry man with drawn
sword mounted upon a tearing horse,
or to use the heraldic term, a rampant
horse. Upon the shield'border are the
names of the campaigns in which the
second has participated, the Mexican,
indian. civil and Spanish wars. Under
the shield is the regimental motto,
Owing to the recent death of Mrs.
Frank "West, wife of the commander
ot the nost. there will be no formal
observance of Christmas by the of
ficers of the second cavalry.
Remember the clerks will enjoy
Christmas if they are not rushed to
death in the last few hours of trading
by the shoppers who wait until the last
minute. Shoo, early and you will have
the choice of the holidav offerings and
will receive proper attention that will
make yourself and the people with
whom ou are dealing happy.
A dollar's worth of Red Cross seals
mav be the means of curinir a con-
WEAI2S t-ONQ HAlB S A
IT FROM CHOICE
THE DOCTOR who MADE HIS EX
PENSES AT PINOCHLE, OUTSIDE
OR OFFICE tfOWes, WAS HOT AT
IT, BUT 'eifBEN' THE TALL DE
TETECT1VC UAS HAVINq A STREAK
OF LUCIANO vvAS RAKIN iti THE
RPlTEIQTIC CHIPS. A HAND WAS
OETAUT. 'TVO HVNDZEd'BID DOC
'piKej? iELLEo'Biq BEN' " bid
EKHT HUHQRED AND TWO." HE LAW
OUT NIHE HUtiDXZD Iti MELDS, AND
A5 HE BAKED tN THE EEOS. ONE
CHIP FEU. DOWN, roO S"BN
SPOORED TO qffTHER O) it YELL.ED-J
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THPT PUT THE
Owing to the difficulty of properly posting our records and to the hard
ship on our employes of the present irregular banking hours, the members
of the El Paso Clearing House will, beginning January 2, 1913. adopt
the following hours for the transaction of business:
Excepting Saturdays, when the hours will he:
9 A. M
The doors of the banks will be kept locked, except during the hours
stated. The co-operation of the customers and the
general public is requested.
STATE NATIONAL BANK.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK.
CITY NATIONAL BANK.
RIO GRANDE VALLEY BANK &
THE IDLE DOLLAR
A dollar in your pocket suggests extravairaiice. A dollar in the
bank teaches thrift. A dollar hid away in some place of fancied se
mrity brings you in nothing but worry. A dollar In our loss-proof
steel vaults earns you j percent interest compounded twice a year
Are your dollars loafing? Make them work for you.
Drag them out from their hiding places and set them to grinding
out compound interest. Do it today! One dollar will start a savings
account with this bank. Bring it in.
"We Pay 4 Percent Interest. Compounded Twice a Tear.
EL PASO BANK & TRUST CO.
EL PASO, TEXAS.
STATE NATIONAL BANK
ESTABLISHED APRIL, 1881.
CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $200,000.
INTEREST PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS
C. R. M0REHEAD, President- C. N. BASSETT, Vice PresidsA
JOSEPH MAGOFFIN, V. Pres. . GEO. D. FL0RY, Cashier.
L. J. GILCHRIST, Asst. Cashier.
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j S Anticipating this question, jEH j
fgl an invitation is extended you h j
Sq to open an account with this mm
H bank. Your account whether jK
HH large or small is welcome. H
11 4 cj, on Savings 4 jQj j
Sag Capital & Surplus Kj 1
I m $350,000.00 m i
Wm 91 '
El Total Resources St
' M $2,500,000.00 g 1
j M SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES S
! K for rent. tSi
I Valley Bank
I ant! Trust Co.
bI Kg 1
31 "Bank of Service" ra 1 -
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"Do you believe that money makes
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man sets his money he buys an auto
mobile, and the mare goes for what
she's -worth." Harper's 'Weekly.
Swellings of the flesh caused by in
flammation, cold, fractures of the bone,
toothache, neuralgia or rheumatism can
be relieved by applying- BALLARD'S
SNOW LINIMENT. It should be well
rubbed in over the part affected. Its
great healin and penetrating power
eases the pain, reduces swelling and re
stores natural conditions. Price 25c 50:
and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by Scott
"White & Co , three stores. Adv.
Kansas City, EI Paso, Douglas and Tucson.
On the Following Schedule:
Lv. Kansas City 10:10 A.M.
Ar. El Paso .-.-.-..-. 7:10P.M.
Lv. El Paso .....- 7:30P.M.
Lv. Douglas .- 6:40 A.M.
Lv. Bisbee ................ 6:50A.M.
Ar. Tucson "...-. llrtK)A.M.
Train w31 consist of Electric Lighted
tween Kansas City, El Paso, Douglas and Tucson. Cafe-Parlor-Observation
Car between Douglas and Tucson. Standard Coaches between El Paso and
Tncson and El Paso and Kansas Citv.
to 6 P.
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COMMERCTAT TTATTnwAT TiA-mr"
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TEXAS BANK & TRUST CO.
A Sober Husband
And Father is the Most
a Drinking Man Can Make
to His Family.
THREE DATS treatment at the Nea
Institute, No. 915 Mesa Ave . remov. -all
the Alcoholic Poison from the Sv
tern, stops the Craving and makes th
man a master of himself.
The Drink Habit
is completely overcome in THREE Davs
No Hypodermic Injections. No ba '
after effects. The Cure is Lr-a-s-t-i-n-sr
Call for Consultation. Write for Lit
erature or Phone.
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OF EL PASO, TEXAS
o. 915 Ifena Ave.
Phone If. 464S.
ASSAYERS & CHEMISTS
Casiom Assay Office
CRITCHETT & FERGUSON
Assayers Chemists Metallurgists
AGENTS FOR ORE SHIPPERS
210 San Frandsco St
Bell Phone 334. Auto Phone 1334.
independen? Assay Uffios
D. W. Rxcxsixr. EJ Proiaietar
Ac sat for Ore Shippers Aaaga an4
Oksmltal AnaJgtls. Mines Examined
cad Reported Upon. iffiHon Wert
OSee mnd IskcrBjcry:
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EL PASO. TEXAS.
In large TTciroaner A3.i tim..
TT po 1 1 o t&a QvUtt- ot tfa Soodl-ttezon
The Famous Robert E. Lee Whiskey
IsBcttvx. For ATuisTnliKiBcx
For Sals fer al 1 Fi itlus Dralers ua Ui 1 Onkr Hnam
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WE UUTO THCTKASC OH1.T
S. J. LA.N6 & S0.f , DfeHhn. ST. LOWS, MO. ,
The E! Paso
Announces tie inauguration of
Through .Trail Service and
T3oui PuHrnan Service
Lv. Tncson ....-. 6:30P.M.
Lv. Bisbee, ...W..-.-.-...- 9:15P.M.
Lv. Doaglas -i. 11:00P.M.
Ar. El Paso ....- 7:00A.M.
Lv. El Paso 7:45A.M.
Ar. Kansas City 5:10P.M.
Standard Pullman Sleeping Car be
General Passenger Agent.