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Wednesday, Jan. 29, 1913 11
EL PASO HERALD
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CONSTRUCTION OF BUS 1 IZO
Size, shape or
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Second and Last Week
That State Can Build a Mile of Road For $100 the Equal
in Durability of a Mile of Road in New York Cost
ing $20,000 Is Urging a $5,000,000 Bond
Issue For Good Roads in Arizona.
Globe. Arit, Jan. 25. krjzona is re
ceiving a stirring' up on the advantage
of good roads, prior to a coming elec
tion on a state bond Issue for their
bettermeat. M. C BIdrege. assistant di
rector of the division of economics and
maintenance in the office of roads at
'Washington, Is touring the entire state
urging the people to awaken to the
value, of good roads and support a state
bond issue ef ?5,GOe,fr00 for road pur
poses. One of the strong points that the
government expert makes in his plea
for support of the good roads move
ment is the natural advantages af
forded in Arizona for road work the
favorable) climate, the proximity of
material, the character of the soil. It
is his unqualified declaration that Ari
zona can build a road for $100 a mile
that would cost the state of New York
$20,000 to $36,000 a mile. This is be
cause of the absence' of frost and the
accessibility of road material. In New
York, to withstand the freezes and the
frosts, it requires a base far thicker
and also a more expensive binder; also,
the materials have to be hauled a great
distance. In Arizona, the roads do not
require such heavy bases; owing to the
character of much of the country, grad
ing Is inexpensive and there fs plenty
Foods That Bind
E. H. MANIGAULT
Civil Engineer and Surveyor
410 Caples Building
Ei Paso, Texas Rhone 4290
This is our Semi-Annual Event that brings to the people of El Paso saving opportunities that are never du
plicated. It's a bargain occasion of the first magnitude, eclipsing in value-giving all other sales. It means
exactly what it says men's clothing without reserve, giving you choice of the finest suits from
The House of Kuppenlieimer At 33j to 50
'Less Than Usual Prices
Women's and misses' high grade outer garments and millinery at near to half their actual worth, furnish
ings, Bedding, Floor Coverings and Staple Dry Goods at prices that stamp this the greatest bargain event of
the year. ' ' '
This is our housecleaning season, the time when oui entire stock must be reduced to the lowest limit and
every department .swept clear of all surplus lines and odds and ends to make room for the entirely new
stock which is now being selected and will soon come pouring in. Make your purchases now while such ex
traordinary savings can be had. "Sale closes Saturday night."
Stall TfcmVffRightivith a
Good Laxative arid Then
Watch Their Diet.
Mothers are often unconsciously very
careless about the diet of their children.
forcing all to eat the same foods. The
fact is that all foods do not agree alike
with different persons. Hence, avoid
wnat seems to constipate tne child or to
give It indigestion, and urge it to take
more of what Is quickly digested.
If the child shows a tendency to con
stipation it should immediately be giv
en a mild laxative to help the bowels.
By this is not meant a physic or pur
igattve. for these should never he given
,to children, nor anything like salts,
(pills, etc What the child requires is
simply a small dose of the gentlest of
medicinee, suoh as Dr. Caldwell's Sy
rup Pepsin, which in the opinion of
thousands of watchful mothers Is the
ideal remedy for any child showing a
tendency to constipation. So many
things can happen to a constipated
child that care is necessary. Colds,
piles, headaches, sleeplessness, and
many other annoyances that children
should sot have can usually be traced
Many of America's foremost families
are never without Syrup Pepsin, be
cause one can never tell -when some
member of the family may need it, and
all can use it. Thousands endorse it,
among them Mrs. M. K. Darling, R. F.
D. No. 4, Belleview. Pa who writes: "1
certainly think Dr. Caldwell's Syrup
Pepsin saved my baby's life. Marjorle
is a bottle baby and could not get ner
food to digest, but I found by giving
2ier a small dose of Syrup Pepsin whea
she had colic it always cured her." Dr.
Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is sold by
druggists at fifty cents and one dollar
a bottle, the latter size being bought by
those who already know its value, and
it contains proportionately more. Re
sults are always guaranteed or money
will be refunded.
Everyone likes Syrup Pepsin as it is
very pleasant to the taste. It is also
mild and non-griping and free from In
If no member of your family has ever
used Syrup Pepsin and you would like
to make a personal trial of it before
buying it in the regular way of a
druggist, send your address a postal
will do to Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 417
Washington SU Monticello, I1L, and a
free sample bottle will be mailed you.
of road construction material near at
Cause Property Increase.
It is demonstrated by Mr. BIdrege
that a county provided with good
roads receives within a very few years
an increased valuation of acreage, more
than enough in many instances, several
times the amount to pay for the im
provements. As a concrete example of the bene
fit derived by road improvement is
cited the case of Harris county. Texas,
in which a bond issue was successfully
floated for road improvement. In 1906,
the assessed valuation of the county
was $48,000,000. In 1911. after the 'build
ing of 350 miles of roads, the assessed
valuation was $120,000,000, showing an
increase in valuation of J72.000.000.
while oiily $1,495,000 had been expended
in road construction. The large in
crease in valuation within the five
vears was attributed for the most part
.to the construction of the highways.
thus opening up wnat naa Deen Here
tofore, uncultivated and unsettled dis
tricts. Bond Issue Assured.
Mr. Eldrege Is advocating a bond is
sue for the state of Arizona of $5,000,
000 by which the counties of the state
may be linked together and every fa
cility for proper transportation given.
It is urged that every citizen see that
their representatives in the state legis
lature vo.te for the bill. At this time
Yuma, Coconino, Maricopa, Pime Santa
Cruz, and Cochise counties will favor
the proposed bond for the -state by a
large majority. Mohave county will
vote almost solidly for a million dollar
bond issue Feb. 26. With those coun
ties In favor of the issue, the proposed
bill will carry beyond a doubt.
Dog V. Mule.
Speaking of the roads in Holland, he
showed that In that country a dog can
haul as much freight as a mule can
in the state of Arizona. Ninety-five
percent of all the roads abroad are good
roads, whereas 95 percent of the roads
in the United States are bad roads.
In advocating the bond Issue Mr. El
drege believes that Arizona can cap
italize her golden sunsets and scenic
treasures into bullion, thus paying for
the bond issue from the money leit in
the state by tourists alone. "See
America First." is a good slogan, as
well as a sensible one, according to Mr.
BIdrege, but you must provide the
wealthy traveler an equal inducement
for his comfort before he will venture
an expensive touring car through an
uncared for country, while other lo
calities offer greater comfort from a
travel point of view.
Washington Will Help.
If the proposed bond Issue is carried,
it will result in the building of at least
1000 miles of road throughout the dif
ferent counties of the state. It was
also brought out that 90 percent of the
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T&rough Standard Pullman Sleepers, Library-Observation and Dining Cars to Kansas City
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For fall information, rates, reservations, eta, call on any ticket agent, or adress
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City Ticket Agent
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people of Arizona did not know that
the Washington roads office would
send free of expense to a city or county
an expert, who would not only locate a
road but furnish plans and specifica
tions and an accounting system -for
financing. A sample mile for, the
guidance of engineers will also be con
structed, as well as the testing of ma
terials for the road.
For example. If the county of Gila
wished to construct five miles of high
way, the Washington office would be
wired and an expert asked for, who
would arrive within 10 days' time, after
which he would remain until the road
Had this been done, it Is estimated
that at least $1,000,000 would have- been
saved by the counties of Arizona, which
have constructed faulty roads, through
the neglect to use the proper materials.
Mr. Eldrege considers that the most
important benefit would be the great
saving in haulage charges to mining
companies, farmers and ranchers. While
most of the Arizona roads are in fine
condition throughout their length one
bad place with a 12 percent grade or ;
sand stretch will render such, a road '
useless. It can be truthfully said ofi
its'poorest stretch, even as a. ihdln. !
that it Is no stronger than its weakest
link. A load of 1000 pounds taken over
a road of 60 miles, could. In many cases,
be Increased to 000 pounds were it
not for one ,or two bad spots in the
road, over which the latter amount
could not be transported.
On account of the natural conditions
in Arizona and the abundant material
for construction, the rpad question is
not a difficult one for the state.
Maintenance was also touched upon as
important as construction. An example
of the state highway near Phoenix was
shown, where there are 16 miles of the
finest mountain road to be found any
where. A patrolman is kept on the
road furnished with team, wagon and
tools, never allowing the road to suffer
Not only Is the trip of Mr. Eldrege
to give information but to collect It
as well. During the trip through Ari
zona he has taken about 200 views
which will be used in his lectures
throughout the country, and many of
them will probably be shown in Lon
don next June at the meeting of the
International Good Roads congress.
Try the new Turkish baths and bar
ber shop. Paso del Norte hotel.
NEW COURT AVOIDS
AVest Texuu "Who Formerly Had to
Come to El Pntto. 3Iny Jfow Try
Their Cases at Pecos.
Washington, D. C, Jan. 29. The sen
ate having yesterday passed representa
tive W. R. Smith's bill creating a new
division of the western Texas judicial
district with headquarters at Pecos, it
will become a law, as It already has
passed the house and now only needs
president Taft's signature to become
law. The department of justice has
recommended the bill and the president
will sign the measure.
The new division Includes the coun-
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Here is Positive Easy Cure
ties of Reeves, Ward, Martin, Reagan,
Winkler, Ector, Gaines, Andrews, Up
ton, Midland. Loving and Crane. Court
for the new division must be held twice
annually at Pecos, the time to tm fixed
by district judge Haxey. The clerk ef
the western district must maintain an
office at Pecos in charge of a deputy.
The creation of this division will be
a great convenience to people of the
western judicial district. Pecos Is 503
miles from Bl Paso and litigants in the
federal court living near Pecos hereto
fore had to travel all the way to El
A carload of sash and doors at about
-half price. Lander Lumber Co.
SPECIAL SPANISH DISHES
EVERY DAY AT SHELDOX CAFE.
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The following is absolutely the
surest and quickest cure known to
science for all foot ailments: "Dis
solve two tablespoonfuls of Caloclde
compound in a basin of warm water.
Soak the feet in this for fully fifteen
minutes gently rubbing the sore parts."
The effect is really wonderful. All
soreness goes instantly: the
feet feel delightful. Corns
and callouses can be peeled
right off. It gives immediate
relief for sore bunions,
sweaty, smelly and aching
feet. Especially effective for
frost-bites and chilblains. A
twenty-five cent box of Cal
oclde is said to be sufficient
to cure' the worst feet. It
works through the pores and removes
the cause of the trouble. Don't waste
time on uncertain remedies. Any
druggist has Caloclde compound in
stock or he can get It in a few hours
from his wholesale house. Published
by Medical Formula Laboratories of
Closing Out at Cost our- entire stock of Wagons,
Buggies, Harness, Horse Blankets, etc. The entire
stock must go.
Also our BlacksmithHSh'op for sale All tools and
machinery and general supplies. The oldest estab
lished and best equipped shop iii El Paso. It's a bar
gain for somebody.
The Buildings Are Fox Rent.
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K C Dumplings
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8 cups flour; s level teaspoonfuh K C
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cup shortening-, milk or cream.
Sift together three tiroes, the
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Into this work the shortening
and use cream or milfc to
make a dough less stiff thin for
Allow the stew to boil down so that th
liquid does not cover the meat or chickenT
Add half a cup of cold water to stop its boil
ing and drop the dough in large spoonfuls on
too of the meat or chicken. Cover and let
boil again for IS minutes.
Made with K C Baking Powder and
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