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EL PASO HERALD
Friday, December 20, 1912 13
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1 "700 Things A Boy I I o w
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In The Best Selection of Children's
Books in The City
Who Said So?
We Didrtt; Some Shoppers Did !jd
jjgj 204 Mills Street
4nJ ic nwM appreciate it
all the more. We mere
never belter able to supply
your every want in the nay
of presents for him than
right norv. Belorv you II
find a list of articles a man
Scarfs, Gloves, Mufflers. Fancy Vests, Bathrobes, Suspenders. Hand
kerchiefs, Silk Socks, Lisle Socks. Sets of Hose, Tie and Handkerchief
to match, Sets of Tie and Hose to match. Shirts, Pajamas. Coat
Sweaters, Rain Coats, Hats, Collar Boxes. Tie Holders, Leather Hand
kerchief Cases, Suit Cases, Umbrellas, Jewelry.
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Santa Claus Says
Buy Your Groceries,
Vegetables and Meats at
PEAEL FISHING ON
M.jzatian Sinaloa. Mexico, Dec 28.
birRe the cancelation of the exclusive
ni cession of the French Pearl Fish
ii j lompiii!, to which the federal
- o ornment allowed 300 pesos award j
; r trie loss it sustained by being j
'-( ti ont or business. La fax ana
xzatlan people Have outfitted many
'Imp? craft for pearl fishing and a
'Tlderablc fleet is now at work on
i Sinaloa and Tepic and Lower Cali-
. riia coast. Some of the finest pearls
in the world camp from this coast, but I
I heretofore they have not been seen i pairs. 1101 South Stanton street
i locally, the t rench company sending
them to Paris direct.
matea cost, $40. . Oct. 10. 1912.
Deeds Filed. ! Northwest corner of Cambridge and
Northwest corner or ilemphis and I Madison streets Government Hill
Partello streets W. Coolev to V. SL i company to K. G Crowder. lots 12 to
PetlrolitK. mt- i t 4 hiwV 87 .-,i i lt. block St.. Government Hill, con-
Vl-r; consideration S1000: Dec 17. ..-tloSTKJUy 33. Mil.
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Northwest corner of namhridre and ' v-i-.- : . .
To J. J. Crawford, to erect a store
building, lot 136, blocik 3S. Mills map.
estimated value. $300.
To E. M. Montes, to build an addition.
S14 South Hill street: estimated cost.
To Francisca Legarda. to make re- John A. Happer. lotr. 12 to 16, block 86,
xtaesaiiii.iiui.i , till n I II I III II ffl 1IT II liUfilViTH Ti -"I TT"FTlli I III II I II II I i li I lrTTTri
f d OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL CHRISTMAC J
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j j ' A SPECIAL LIST I j
I ' , OF UNDERPRICE I j
M. CooDer. two acres.
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L.JI . .-. , . n."7:-.-Tr t ': ruxMi. iuuomriaiiii ov v...
T. Fennell. lots 12 to II, .Uoccjf !" .South" si:e of Douglas, between Kay
(focrnmeiit Hill; consideration $000: ner and Piedras streets M. K. Bailey
Oet. 11. 1912. and wifc to John Mershon, lote 19 to
Northwest corner of Cambridge and ! 21. block 102. Hast El Paso; considera
Madison streets R. "G. Crowder to i tion $350: June 2S. 1912.
Corner of sian Antonio ajiu Oregon
('streets M. Joseuhine Wainwright d-
Amodio and husband to Joshua S. Rey
nolds. Felix Martinez and James G. Jlo
Nary. part jof lots 32 and 33, Mills map:
considetation $130,000: Oct. 31. 1912.
Socorro, Texas U. M. Willeroy to
Iamar Davis, undivided one-half inter
est in survey 63. Socorro grant: con
sideration $756: Sept. 17. 1912.
El Paso county. Texas L. M. "Will
eroy to Lamar Davis, undivided one
half interest. Texas Pacific, survey
No. 7: consideration $4800:- Sept. 17, i
South side of Trowbridge, between
Crockett and Houston streets Govern- I
ment Hill company to S. A.I Robertson. J
tots .1 ana ... oiock -iu, norm siae ox i
riueco Detween i rocxeti ana Houston,
lots 13 and 14. block 11. Government
Hill: consideration $456: Aug. 26. 1912.
Socorro. Texas 1 M. Willeroy to
Lamar Davis, undivided one-half inter
est in surveys 49 and 32, Socorro
grant; consideration $1117.50: Sept. 17,
I socor.-o Texas U M. Willeroy to
Big Shipment Eastern Holly Wreaths Will Arrive Today
Pure Apple Cider, per g1 60c
Made from Golden Russet Apples.
I-" mi v Hack Twig Apples, per box $1.60
Kfiu-y Oranges 25c, 35c, 40c and 50c
Ta njjprines, per doz...'. 35c
Malaga Grapes, in cork, per lb 25c
Kmperor Grapes, per lb 15c
CANDIES Fancy Chocolate, per lb. 50c, 35C and 25c
Bon Bons, per lb 2sc
rUney Mix, per lb. 25c
mas Mix, 2 lbs. for 25c
1-4 to ? lb. boxes.
Dates. 2 lbs. for ..f 25;
Figs, 2 pkgs. for 25:
Raisins, 2 lbs. for 25c
Seedless Raisins. 2 lbs. for 25c
.Seeded Raisins, 2 pkgs 25f
Currants, 2 pkgs. ibr 25c
Citron, Lemon and Orange Peel, per lb 25c
HUTS AH this year's goods, per lb 25c
Phnn Pudding, per lb. -. 35c
3 lb, for $1.00.
Fruit Cake, per lb. 30c
Fresh Eggs Per Dozen 40c
Fresh Oysters, Springers, Hens, Turkeys and anything you want in the Meat Line.
For Prospt Delivery, Good Goods, Good Prices and Good Service, call
lYJOJlILClilCI. UIUCIV fiXil'LE J.V3.aJL ITS.'
613-617 montaha st. "Quality at the Right Price" phones 2848 and 2367.
Out-of-Town Orders Given Prompt Attention
I Eersosal Charni Born of Imagination, Says Irene Fenwick
(By Margaret Hubbard Aycr.)
ti" j ODERS life is doing every-
-Here are several extra good money-saving chances
in useful vand appropriate gift articles.
The time is short between now and Christmas,
so don't delay.
We have prepared these special values for quick
reading brief but to the point. Read them, and
profit by them. We'll charge your purchases.
iKnee Trousers; all styles
and sizes; regular 75c quality;
Our Special Price
Black Mercerized Petticoats;
new style; regular $2 quality;
Our Special Price
Messaline Silk Petticoats int
Black and Colors; regular $3
quality. Our Special Price
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' Take Your Pick of Our Entire Stock
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If fS Christmas Suggestions (" j
! J y 'fefcy Overcoats and Cravenette Coats 0 r J I
y OioJT Fancy Vests for men. ' '14 ojo M S
I 5301 New Hats and Shoes for men. j I I
j jl-; Waists and Furs for women. vjp 1
VV Coats and Suits for women. SS(r-2 S
LJ LX New Shoes for women. LI T 1 a
gS3 w- Coats and Suits for boys. J w 1 1
I A charge account at this store will make your E E
I Christmas 'money go farther. I j
I 216 S. EI Paso Street ' I I
Lamar Davis, undivided one-half in
terest in su.-cs 15. 57. 51, 59. So
corro srran.. consideration 33016.40:
Sept. 17. 1912.
Socorro. Te-As SuKenc Vox to La
mar Davie, survey ti. Socorro gxant;
consideration $1228.50: Dec 17, 1912.
North side of Tularosa. between
Luna and Cebada streets Sldxonia
Soto de Chipres and husband to Con
cepcion It. Lopez, lots 13 and II. block
92. East K! Paso: consideration $1400:
Dec. 17. 1912.
Northwest corner of Arizona and
Xoble streets F. O. Stevens to H. F.
Baldwi-i. jr.. northerly 60 feet of lots
46 to 48. block 85. Franklin Heights;
consideration S4200: DeOf 16. 1912.
North side of Durazno, between Ste
vens, avenue and Copia street East El
Ki J?aso Town company to Marcas
Rodriguez, lot 22. block 40. East El
Paso: consideration $150- May 1. 1909.
South side of Central avenue, be
tween Warren street and alley Pearl
Williams to Josef Gohetx and Amalla
Gohetz. lots ll and 12, block "A." Bas
sett addition : consideration " $10: Nov.
25. 1912. ,
Licensed to Wed.
James H- Leslie and Lee Johnson.
J. K. L-!tha-i and Cora Jacobson.
Julian L. Armstrong and Erin Boot
wright., ABtostobileii Licrnneil.
1247 C. C. McDonald. 90S Xorth
Kansas street- five passdner Hupmo
bile. 1248 B. Kolar. 2S5S Rio Grande
street Harley-Da vidson molorcyclc.
Births Oirlx. ,
To Mrs. Divid E. Howell, Adamana.
Aria Dec. .
To Mrs. Jim Henry. 605 Hill street:
To Mrs. Qeorxe F. Drake. 709 Dallas
street: Dec. 13.
To Mrs. J. R. Callaway. Mcscalero.
N. AL, Dec. 1.
To Mrs. Ferdinand Kroeser. S08
Piedras. street: Dec. 6.
Deep-soated couns that resist ordin
ary remedies require both external and
internal treatment. If vou buv a dol
SX Jttle of BALLARD'S HOREHOUND
STRLP you pet the two remedies you
"vL0!??? CT'ce of one- There is a
HKRRTCK'S RED PEPPER POROUS
PLASTER for the chest, free with each
bottle. Sold bv Scott White & Co.. 3
Atlanta, Ga $57.85
Birmingham, Ala. . . S 1 .20
Knoxville 60.1 5
Kansas City 42.05
Mobile . . 49.95
Montgomery 5 1 .20
New Orleans 44.35
St. Louis 50.40
thing possible to crush ro
mance out of things, but
fortunately, so long as people have
imagination, they will be able to in
vest the everyday events of life "with
colorful possibilities ard interest, and
can live In a world of their own mak
ing." Thus spoke her royal highness
princes Irene Fenwick. stealing a few
minutes from "Hawthorne of the IT. S.
A." to tll why it Is easy to be a really
Zendesque princess, holding an im-
aginary court at thf- old 'sun dial every ,
night, and a perfectly uptodate and '
equally pretty young girl living in i
New York by da time. . '
The Crcafeat tiiit.
"Having an imagination," said Mibs I
Fenwick, "seems to me one of the
greatest gifts in life. Fortunately, no
isatter how prosai- our modern life
may become, there is always a. beau
tiful realm of dreams and romance !
where each one of us bas a kingdom
all her own. '
"Do I think the modem oun girl
romantic? Indeed I do, and fortunatel
for her. too. In "Hawthorne." when
Mr. Fairbanks and I come to the
charming love passages of the play,
we often hear the gurgling little "ohs"
and "ahs" and the gasps of the girls in
the audience, and it's sweet and en
couraging to real'ze that all those
young people are living tho story i
through while we are acting it. Every t
girl is a princess with a Hawthorne j
for a lorer, just as eTery girl imagines
herself in the role of the heroine of i
each book that she reads, providing, j
of course, the heroine is to her taste.
ine romantic imagination is a
great deal more than being able to
sen yourself playing a particularly at
tractive role in life. The person with
real imagination can invest every in
cident of life, no matter how trivial or
how humdrum, with the srlaraour of
their own fanciful thoughts. And
probably tbe women who go through
the daily routine of prosaic, uninter
esting work cheerfully and with a
gallant spirit, have the really great
"These are the women who preserve
their cham despite misfortune and
drudgery, whose minds have a won
derful flavor and fascination no mat
ter how ordinary their lives may seem .
to the outward eve. These women j
have real charms. Everything they do
is colored with their personality, and
your personality is the sum total of
your thoughts and actions, isn't it?
And of course there are more thoughts
"The woman with imagination is i
seldom if ever very lonesome. Gen
erally she finds some outlet for her
mental activity, or if not she retires
into that dream world of her own cre
ation." "How much power does a romantic
imagination possess in counteracting
the jarring effects of everyday life?"
I inquired of the fanciful princess.
"A good deaf more than people
would suppose," she returned quickly.
"Most of the people who haT suc
ceeded after a life of hard and bitter
struggle have had imagination. They
may have only been able to imagine
along one line, but they have built up
an ideal, often a purely visionary one, i
and then thej'Te worked and worked;
and materialized that ideal.
"The romantic imagination helps
tide over the hard places of life by j
IreHe FenvHek, In '"Hawthorne, V. S. A.," at he Astor Theater.
showing the infinite possibility which
the future holds In store for one. and
In ordinary, everyday life, imagina
tion covers up a multitude of those
daily disagreeably happenings upon
which the matter of fact person dwells
with apparent relish, while the im
aginative person escapes from them,
to hide in her fanciful romantio world
"I am always sorry for the girt
whose imagination has been stunted
or whose romantic fancies have been
so laughed to scorn by older people
that the door of that fanciful world is
closed to her forever. She has lost a
refuge from loneliness, a home of in
spiration, and some of that intangible
thing called personal charm. whic&
1 is born of Imagination.'
Mrs. Exe Does you husband ever
refuse you when you ask him for a
little money? Mrs. Wye I never ask
him for 'a little money; I ask him for
a lot and what I get is a little. Boston
Children take BALLARD'S HORE
HOUND SYRUP willingly because it
tastes nice. There isn't a better remedy
anywhere for children's coughs, hoarse
ness and bronchitis. It's a good medi
cine and easy to take. Price 35c, 50c
and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by Scott
White & Co.. 3 stores. Advertisement.
El Paso-s stores are now xnibiting
complete stocks for the Christmas
trade. Shop early and avoid the
Christmas week rush.
"In this great and glorious countrj
of ours." exclaimed Uve poHtlcal orator,
"there is no North no Soath no East.
no West." "J?o wonder we don't know
where we are at." came a querulous
voice from the outskirts of the crowd
Every penny you invest la Red Cross
Christmas seals will bring to you.
your friends and relatives 1000 per
cent interest in health.
Need lumber, fencing, roofing paper,
posts? Phone Lander. 2SZ.
Free demonstration of Ambassador
coffee and Globe Mills flour at Calish
er's, Dec. IS to to 25th.
The True 41
Cures Tired, Aching, Swollen, Sweaty
Feet. Callouses. Bunions and Chil
blains, right oft. At all druggists. 25c
lor a big bos.
A gift that carries with it the true
enjoyment of the holiday season
Whatever you give give the best there is no purer
more thoroughly aged more perfectly distilled real
old Kentucky Sour Mash than
j $RE OM)
b 'rt "1
It has a delightful mellow taste it is in every respect ths
very highest and finest distilled whiskey on the marker.
It is bottled in bond and never offered
for sale until it is fully matured.
A bottle with your compliments cannot fail to be fully
appreciated by its recipient.
Dealers everywhere supply the home.
On sale generally at Hotels, Cafes and Clubs.
E. EPPSTEIN & CO., Sols DWribaSen,
MAW OFFICE, DALLAS, TEXAS