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EL PASO HERALD
12 Thursday, January, 16, 1913
By John's Wife
Used GoHem Remedy, The Great Home
Treatment For Drunkards.
Odorless and Tasteless Any I.ady CSS
Ulve 'XX secreuy as jimuo iu ,
Cotfeo Or Food.
Costs MMng To TFVr
If you have a husband, son, brother.
uor. all you have to do is to send your
name and aaaress on xne cuupou ueiuw.
"Sou may be thankful as long as you
live that you did It.
Free Trial Package Coupon
Dr. J. TV. Haines Company,
3910 Glenn Udjr-. Cincinnati. Ohio.
Please send me, .absolutely -free, by
return mail. In plain "wrapper, so that
no one can know -what it contains,
a trial package of Golden Remedy
to prove that -what you claim for It
s true in every respect.
Name ...---- -.-.............
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On Our Pecan
"FOLLOW THE CROWD."
THE STORE BEATJTTFTJI.
3IACKIN'S WEDDIXG SUIT IS
BECOTORED AFTER SIX 3IOXTIIS
About six months ago, J. S. Mackin,
of El Paso, journeyed to Dallas, Texas,
to marry Mrs. Mackin. In his -wardrobe
was included a brand new -wedding suit
to be -worn on the occasion of the cer
emony. On the night preceding the
morning of the ceremony a burglar en
tered the room of Mr. Mackin at the
Dallas hotel and carried a-way the suit.
Mr Mackin -was married in. another
suit and returned to El Paso with Mrs.
Mackin. Mr. Mackin is in receipt of a
letter from the police chief of Dallas
to the effect that his suit, slightly
-worn, has been recovered.
OV ACCOUXT OF FOUIj BREATH
THE.V READ BELOW,
"My. My! What a Breath! Why Don't
Ion Have Gattss Cure That
If you continually k'ha-wk and spit
and there is a constant dripping from
the nose into the mouth. If you have
fnul. disgusting breath, you have Ca
tarrh and I can cure it
All you need to do Is simoly this:
Fill out coupon below.
Don't doubt, don't argue! Yon have
everything to gain, nothing to lose
by doing as I tell you. I -want no
money just your name and address.
This coupon is good for one trial
package of Gauss' Combined Ca
tarrh Cure, mailed free, in plain
package. Simply fill in yjur name
and address on dotted lines below
-nd mall to
C E. GAUSS, 4281 Main Street.
A SURE, QUICK COLD
Pape's Cold Compound cures
c - colds and grippe in a .
The most severe cold will be broken,
and all grippe misery ended after
taking a doee of Pape's Cold Com
pound every two hours until three
consecutive doses are taken.
You will distinctly feel all the dis
agreeable symptoms leaving after the
v ery first dose.
The most miserable headache, dull
ness, head and nose stuffed up, fever
ishness, sneezing, running of the nose,
sore throat, mucous catarrhal dis
charges, soreness, stiffness, rheuma
tism pains and other distress vanishes.
Take this wonderful Compound as
directed, with the knowledge that
there is nothing else in the world,
which will cure your cold or end
Grippe misery as promptly and with
out any other assistance or bad after
effects as a 25-cent package of Pape's
Cold Compound, which any druggist
can surplj tnntains no quinmt be
JrEs id ocry home ac cjit no sub
stitute. Tastes rtfc cls gently. Adv.
Benewed Interest in Farm
ing Is Shown; Much
Tucumcari. N. JL, Jan. 16.-Reports
from over Quay county indicate a re- .
newed interest among the farmers and J
landowners in this country. Wells are
being sunk in every neighborhood, land
is being prepared for spring planting
and plans perfected to further the wel
fare of the country. The annual spring
meeting of the San Jon Produce A:
Melon Growers' association has been
held in this place. This organization
was begun a year ago and has done
tnuoh toward making the melon grow
ing industry a profitable one for this
Three cars of broom corn -were
shipped from the Endee market the
past week, bound for Chicago. It is
said that several more cars are being
loaded for the same destination. A
great deal of soap weed is being pre
pared for market arid will be shipped
within' the next two months.
Among those who are moving into
the county with a view of making this
their home are: James Voyles and fanv
ily, from Dozier. Texas; Asa Horn, wht
formerly resided at Shamrock, Texas;
Sidney Oglesby, from Oklahoma, and
O. E Hilliker, from Blake, Okla.
The Montoya district is said to have
awakened to the possibilities of dairy
farming in this portion of New Mexico.
Farmers have been buying dairy stock
during the last few months and will
go in for cream raising this spring.
Farmers throughout the northern and
eastern portions of the county along
the lines of railway have made this
industry pay well during the past sum
mer and fall.
Good rabbit twisters are gaining a
good livelihood this winter twisting
these animals from their homes with
the prairie dogs for shipment to the
northern and eastern markets. One
man is said to have pulled out over 150
rabbits in one day. getting 5 cents each
for them. Two thousand five hundred
rabbits were handled by the San Jon
merchants in one day. C O- Arm
strong and Mundell brothers of that
place made the shipment, paying the
catchers $125 for the lot.
Will Put 2000 Acrei Into Cultivation in
Casa Grande Valley Twenty
Houses Are Built.
Tucson, Ariz., Jan. 13. About 2000
acres In the Casa Grande valley are
to be put into cultivation by three par
ties of settlers who have Just arrived
from California with three carloads of
stock, implements and household
goods. They comprise G. W. Dow, for
merly a grocer at Long Beach; J. G.
Guptiil. of Los Angeles, and Gus Kratz
ka, of Long Beach, with their families.
These are the largest outfits that have
arrived in Casa Grande. All have ex
tensive tracts of land In the valley,
which they had previously filed upon.
More than 20 houses are now in
course of construction in and around
Casa Grande, and 25 wells are being
bored. These will furnish water for
irrigation until the canal, now under
course of construction at the rate of
about four miles per month, is com
pleted. This will bring the settlers
water from the Gila river.
To Plant S000 lAcres.
Eight thousand acres of land in the
lower Santa Cruz valley are to be
planted in crops this spring by the
Santa Cruz Land company, in which
L. H. Manning, Col. Epes Randolpn and
V S. Griffith, all of Tucson, are the
principal Interests. CoL W. C Green,
of Cananea fame, organized the com
panv and secured 22,090 acres of land
for "it before his death.
The land is to be watered from a
reservoir built more than a year ago
to catch the flood waters from Santa
Will Try Cotton.
George P. Blair and F. C Paulln, of
Los Angeles, who recently purchased
12,000 acres in the Rillito valley near
Tucson, will try growing cotton on
their land. Being cotton growers in
the Imperial valley of California, thoy
say they can see no reason -why it
should not be a success here.
A BIG CAN'AL IS BEING
BUILT NEAR. TUCSON
Tucson, Ariz., Jan. 16. Six miles of
canal have been completed by the Santa,
Cruz Land & Reservoir company, of
which L. H. Manning and Col. Epes
Randolph, of Tucson, are the leading
spirits. It will irrigate their thousands
of acres along Santa Cruz wash, near
Toltec A canal excavator is used in
this work. The canal will convey the
water to the land from a reservoir
made by building an earthern dike
across the lower end of a sag near
MIDLAND FARMERS PLAN
TO INSTAL SILOS IX SPRIXG
Midland, Texas, Jan. 16. The silo is
at last beginning to get a foothold in
west Texas. Four Midland county far
mers intend installing silos on their
lands this spring and a aumber of
others, both farmers and ranchers, are
Investigating the advantages to be dar
rived. The introduction of the silo is
one of the first steps In the develop
ment of the stock farm, which experts
declare to be the coming successor of
the great ranches in west Texas.
HOWARD COUKTV SHIPS
CARLOAD OF PEAXUTS
Big Springs, Texas, Jan. 16. I and
W. D. Coffee have shipped a carload f
peanuts Jo the Barnhart Mercantile
company at Denison. There were 1388
bushels in the shipment. Peanuts are
being more extensively grown in the
Big Springs country each year.
COLD "WEATHER DAMlVGES
SIXALOA T03IATO CROP
Guaymas, Mex., Jan. 16. The damage
to the tomato crop in the Sinaloa val
ley caused by the extreme cold weath
er, is now reported to be in the neigh
borhood of 25 percent.
50c MERCHANTS' LUXCHEOX 50c
Served from 12 to 2 p. m.
About one hundred rolls of slightly
damaged guaranteed roofing at half
price. Lnnder Lumber Co.
ORAXGES AND LEMONS
PROMISE TO BE CHEAPER
Oranges will be the staple fruit food
in El Paso soon. The California grow
ers have asked a special emergency
rate of 90 cents per 100 pounds on cit
rus fruits from California to the east
in order to market the remnant of
the California citrus fruit crop, whisTi
was almost ruined by the cold and
frost. By getting a cheap emergency
rate and selling cheaply, it is hoped
by the California growers to get rid
of much of the fruit which -is in fair
condition, but which would spoil if it
was held any length of time in California.
PEAR OF HOLDIPS CALSKS
RETURN" TO PIONEER TACTICS
Frontier davs in El Paso, when every
man was his own police protection,
were recalled Wednesday night, when
the chamber of commerce meeting ad
journed shortly before midnight It was
dark, raining anl tin tieets t re
df ?f rted c tin ( mml 1 1 lh (1) im
b.r n fumntiM i iiM 'i-r 1 i n-. d
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prut lI. jn.
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all forms of inhalers, douches, opium
Preparations fumes "patent smokes '
everyone at our own expense that this
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Dreaming, all wheezing, and all those
terrible paroxysms at once and for all
This free offer is too imnortant to
neglect a single day. Write aow and i
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aimpiy man coupon Deiow. Do It To
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Buffalo, N. Y.
Send ' free trial of your method to:
WILL 10JLF0EL OIL
Pecos Melon Growers Pledge
Big Acreage For
Pecos, Texas, Jan. 16. Pump irri
gating farmers of the Pecos section
held a meeting at the commercial club
to organize for the purchase of oil
and gasoline in large quantities for use
In pumping water. The sentiment was
unanimous for the organization, and
a committee consisting of J. C. Weld,
Howard T. Collier and F. W. Johnson
was appointed to confer with the local
representatives of the various oil com
panies, for the purpose ot securing
bids and general information regarding
some sort of permanent organization
The first meeting was attended by
pump water farmers from all over
Reeves county, and the movement
promises much, not only in the pur
chasing of oil and gasoline, but In
bringing the farmers of the county
into more active cooperation with each
other. An interesting item in this con
nection and one whloh will give the
reader an insight into the growth of
pump water fanning in this section,
is that estimates for the needs of the
farmers present for the next 12 months
ran from 200,000 to 400,000 gallons of
Bis Acreage for Melons.
The Pecos Melon Growers' associa
tion has held its monthly meeting and
laid out Its plans for the season cf
1913. Those present pledged a total
of 185 acres for the cultivation of can
talopes this year. It is expected that
this will be added to within the next
Toyah valley farmers, it Is stated,
will organize an association of their
own, it having been decided that this
was the best plan for efficient coopera
tion. Estimates are being made up
at the present time for the seed order
from the Rocky Ford (Colo.) Seed
Just received a carload of add sash
Snd doors. Lander Lumber Co.
Building Permits Isinied.
To W. J. Mllner, to erect addition,
105 North El Paso street; estimated
To S. D. Gray and son, to build a
porch. Rampart street; estimated cost,
To D. A Harrington, to put in base
ment floor, 5W San Antonio street; es
timated cost, $50.
El Paso county. Texas Charles J.
Canda, S. J. Drake and A. Kloh to
Richard B. Stevens, survey 5, block 80,
Texas and Pacific survey; consider
ation, $3200; November 19, 1912.
Southeast corner of River and Antra
streets O. W. Pickering and wife to
W. W. Greek, southerly 40 feet of the
west half of lot A, and southerly 40 feet
of lots 1 to 3, block 292, Plerce-Finley
addition; consideration, $3,000; January
Southwest corner of Eighth and Chi
huahua streets J. M. Ortiz and wife) to
Arthur Blot, north 25 feet of lot 10,
block 42, Campbell's addition; consider
ation, $550; October 11, 1912.
El Paso county, Texas C. J. Canda,
& J. Drake and A. Kloh to Richard B.
Stevens, survey 'll, block- 30, Texas &
Pacific survey; consideration, $3200;
November 19, 1912.
North side of Durazno, between Ce
bada and Estella streets Jay F. Knox
to T. M. Wingo, lots 11 to 14, block
45, east El' Paso; consideration, $800;
January 10, 1912.
Northwest corner of Noble and Arlr
zona street. B. F. Stevens to W. G.
Weber and wife, lots 46 to 48, block
8pk Franklin Heights; consideration,
$5000; January 14, 1913.
North side of Michigan, between
Eucalyptus and Laurel streets Hardy
Long to A. Barroso, east two and one
half feet of lot 27 and west 20 feet of
lot 28, block 29, Bassett's addition;
consideration. $300; April 19. 1912.
South side of Grand avenue, between
Pollard and Dyer streets Grand View
Realty conmany to O. D. Warnock, lots
20 and 21. block 107, Grand View; con
sideration $400; December 28, 1912.
Southeast corner of Texas and
Eucalyptus streets John Flgueira to
la. il. Turner ana i.amar uuvis, ioia j
to 12. block 57. Cotton addition; con
sideration. $2600; January 14, 1913.
Tobin, Texas Frank R. Tobin to A.
J. Massev, lots 40 to 42. block 51? To
bin: consideration, $36; April 28, 1908.
Cotton addition L. M. Turner and
Lamar Davis to John Flgueira, lots 9
and 10, block 47. Cotton addition: con
sideration. $6000; January 14. 1913.
Northwest corner of Idalia avenue
and Pollard street Grand View Realty
company to W. N. Pence and John L.
Dyer, lots 1 to 8 and 11 and. 12, block
We offer One Hundred Dollars Re
ward for any case of Catarrh that can
not be cured bv Hall's Catarrh Cure.
P. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo. O.
We, the undersigned, have known F.
J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and be
lieve nlm perfectly honorable in all bus
iness transactions and financially able
to carry out any obligation made by
WALDING, KINNAN & MARVIN
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo O
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Inter
nally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of trie svstem
Testimonials -. nt free Prlc IZc. pt r
bottle Solrl M nil T'ruq-qi-t-
Take Hall j, Iu.mil Pills f.r constipation.
pPMBBBBfcyvrwWMEtW,1 U nV.I1 "k I CONDENSED STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION I
Inmmnn n..,l The first
IvK And Return fi National Bank
tg Viyjgg 1 Paso, Texas
9 Account H AT THE CL0SE 0F business, November 26, 1912
K ESliljii irtiiliyiCili IflWvMBig I j Loans and InvestnwiBts - 4,00041.91'
Mi . IS ' S United States Bonds $9o5,778.62
M lylNiflB'S! lHITOirSl i Cash on hand 763,310.82
fa ioLIIJiiOi Ww 0j!LO! I! M i ExchanKe 1,594,7850 3,313,869.74
,ra ...w-- mi
Sal Cikmaff fil I Ttal ?7,314,011.65
lOCH iSiiOW 9 I LIABILITIES
lH ' IH j 1 Capital Stock ' ?800,000.00
' H Tickets On Sale January 18-19 and 20th. 1 , f Surplus and Profits 247.67L34
WS , t 1 O , T JT 31 3 8 Circulation 800,000.00.
H Final Return Limit January 5 1st. g I DEP0SrrS:
B Through Pullman Reservation and Harvey Meals, m j Bank -v 1,531,808.16
I W.R. BROWN J.S.MORRISSON I ' wggj
, S D. F. & P. A. C. P. AM 1 . 1
YOU CAN HAVE A WEALTH I . . XT n .
OF beautiful hair Rio Grande Valley Bank
Nothing equals an aureole of beauti
ful hair as a frame for a pretty face.
Without a background of nice hair a
really pretty face frequently becomes
plain and, with it, unattractive features
assume life and beauty.
Every woman can increase her nata
ral charm by using Newbro's Herpicide.
Herplcide makes hair beautiful. The
dandruff germ saps the vitality of the
hair. Herpicide rkills this germ and
prevents the hair from falling out, giv
ing it a snap and luster, a soft, silky
D. E. H. MANIGAULT
Civil Engineer and Surveyor
410 Caples Building
El Paso, Texas Phone 4290
Special Rates Dnrlntr the Holidays.
DUALGUON'S BrSIXESS COLLEGE
R. F. Davis, Manager. Phone 14S1.
FOtTXTAIX DAIRY LTJXCH
Under American Trust & Savings
Bank, cor. San Antonio & Oregon Sts.
AMERICAN DAIRY LCNCH
Cor. Texas & Stanton Sts
American Xo. 1 consolidated rrith
109, Grand View; consideration, $1250;
January 3, 1913.
Licensed to Wed.
Abel Lopez and H. Thome.
John W. Carpenter and Margarlte
Ascension Hernandez and Paiz TJr
bina. Jose Gomez and Maria Lozoya.
Tom Kimpton and Ethel Allen.
N. T. Wilson and Jessie HalL v
1291 W. E. Orr, 1317 East Rio Grande
street; four passenger Chalmers.
1292 Margaret A. Phillips. 643 Up
son avenue; five passenger Ford.
To Mrs. Francisco Goday, 1115
Florence street: January 11.
To Mrs. Francisco Fierro. 1004 South
Stanton street, January 11.
To Mrs. J. H. Ewin, 3605 Montana
street, January 9.
To Mrs. William H. Fleager, El Paso,
To Mrs. Marcus Lopez, 817 Broadway,
TO BEGIN TRIP FRIDAY.
The A. & M. college demonstration
train will arrive in El Paso from the
New Mexico college Friday morning
and will leave here for the first leg of
the demonstration trip over the South
western system in New Mexico. The
train will go to Columbus, Hermanas,
Demlng, Hachlta, Animas, Rodeo and
return to El Paso Saturday night, re
maining here until Monday morning.
The train will then leave for a trip
over the eastern division of the road.
It will be in charge of W. T. Con
way, superintendent of the extension
work of the New Mexico agricultural
college. Professors from the college
will accompany the train and will give
free" demonstrations along the route.
The trip east will extend as far as
Santa Rosa and will return to El Paso
Saturday, January 25.
We Have a Complete Assortment
Rifles, Shot Guns, Ammunition, Saddles, Harness, Sporting Goods.
Come in and let us show you.
1 STOPS FfiLii)
your Hair! Beautify
Danderine grows hair
Try as you will, after an application
of Danderine, you cannot find a single
tiace of dandruff or a loose or falling
h ur and jour scalp will not itch, but
nhat -will please you most, will lw
.if ter i 1 1 w weeks' use, when ou w ill
-tniii see new hair, fine nd downy
at first ves but really new hair
growinc all over the scalp.
A httli Dandt nne now will Imme
ili t. 1 iioubl tin ! auty of .ui hair
if. i lit 1 (.v .mil. f id, I l t'l
X . -b'i i'j t ir 'J t. n a 1 1 .'Ii 'lull
LunJiiiie. and carefully draw It
fluffiness which can be acquired in no
Newbro's Herpicide in 50c and $1.00
sizes is sold by all dearlers who guar
antee It to do all that Is claimed. If
you are not satisfied your money will
Send 10c in postage for sample and
booklet to The Herpicide Co., Dept. R4
i Applications may De ooiameo ai ""
I best barber shops and hair dressing
I parlors. Kelly & Pollard, special
A 10 cent box will keep your
liver, stomach and bow
els clean for months.
Sick headache, biliousness, dizzi
ness, coated tongue, foul taste and foul
breath always trace tnem to torpia
liver, delayed rermenting food in the
bowels or sour, gassy stomach.
Poisonous matter clogged in the in
I tcstmes. instead of being cast out of
i the system is re-absorbed into the
1 blood. When this poison reaches the
J delicate brain tissue It causes con
gestion and that dull, throbbing, sick
Salts, cathartic pills, oil and purga
tive waters force a passageway for a
day or two yes but they don't take
the poisons ont and have no effect upon
the liver or stomach.
Cascarets immediately cleanse and
regulate the stomach, remove the sour,
undigested and fermenting food and
foul gases, take the excess bile from
the liver and carry out of the system
all the constipated waste matter and
poisons in the bowels.
A Cascaret tonight will surely
straighten you out by morning. They
work while you sleep a 10 cent box
from your druggist means your head
clear, stomach sweet and your liver
and bowels clean and regular for
H VOIB ESHFUREmLK
for Infants and Invalids
It means the Original and Genuine
The Food-Drink for all Ages
Rich milk, malted grain, in powder form.
For infants, invalids and growing children.
Purenutritibn.upbuildingtlje whole body.
Invigorates nursing mothers and the aged. .
More healthful than tea pr coffee.
Take no substitute. Ask for HORUCK'S
HORLICK'S Contains Pure Mlk
USE ALLEN'S F00TEASE,v
The antiseptic powder to be ghnkenlnto the shoes.
If yoa want rest and comfort for tired, aching,
swollen, sweating feet, use Allen's Foot-Ease. Itre
lieres corns and bunions of all pain and prevents
blisters, sore and calkins spots. Just the thing for
Dancing Parties, Patent Leather Shoes, and for
Breaking In New Shoes. It Is the createstcomfoit
dscoveryof tbeage. Tryito-rfay. SoWevorywherc,
25 eta. Don't accept any substitute. For FREE trial
package, address Alien S. Olmsted, la Boy, N. Y.
it! Invigorate your
and we can prove it.
through your hair, taking one small
strand at a time. The effect is imme
diate and amazing yowr hair will be
light. fWiffy and wav and have an
appearance of abundance; an incom
parable lustre, softness am' luxuriance
th. beaut j and shlmmet of true hair
Get a 2o cent bottle .of Knowlton's
Danderine from any dr
toil, t counter, and prov
g store or
,te to your,. If
n.nini now tnat joui.
hair is as
-that it hxs
iM.in ana ""it a ar
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triatnunt thais all.
id bj cuil ss
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9 A.M. to 3P.M. Sharp.
Saturdays 9 A.M. to 6 P. M. Sharp.
All El Paso bans will he governed hy these hours,
and we as our customers and friends to co-operate
with us in observing them.
STATE NATIONAL BANK
ESTABLISHED APSTL, 1881.
CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $200,000.
INTEREST PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS
C. R. M0REHEAD, President. C. N. BASSETT, Vice Presides.
JOSEPH MAGOFFIN, V. Pres. GEO. D. FLORY, Cashier.
L. J. GILCHRIST. AssL Cashier.
4 PER CENT and SAFETY
This bank gives you protection for your savings and pay3 4 per
cent interest (compounded semi-yearly) for the privilege of serving
you. When you hoard your money it earns you nothing, and you
assume all risk of loss from carelessness, thieves, fire and poor in
vestment. One dollar a day saved from the age of twentv-five to fifty
will yield you a "Retiring Fund" of between $10,000 and 12.000.
EL PASO BANK & TRUST CO.
EL PASO. TEXAS.
The Two-Republics Life Insurance Company
EL PASO, TEXAS
A. KRAKATJER, President.
Good men wanted, to sell policies that guarantee
a R. RUSSELL,
Supt. of Agents.
The New Bungalow and Flat
"We have them in several pretty colors.
Puts it over Kalsomine for handsome walls, and
can be washed and scrubbed.
$2.00 per Gallon.
Tell These People What You Want
They Will Respond Promptly
Bell 608 & 629. DR.UGGISTS
A. E. RYAN & CO.
, AND ACTO GARAGE. THOSE 1
Our equipment Is complete Passenger Automobiles. Auto Baggage Trucks;
-Hacks. Livery Rigs. Light and heavy hauling. Storage warehouse.
To haul your baggage or move you.
' . i .
LOUIS ST. J. THOMAS, .
Secty. and Genl ITgr.
210-212 W. STANTON
212 SAN ANTONIO ST.
Storage and packing by careful men.