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EL PASO HERALD
Wednesday, Jan. 29, 1913
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ew York Painless
Have Opened Offices at Corner of Mesa Avenue and
Our aim is to give patrons better work and bet
ter service tban they can possibly get elsewhere.
A trial, is all we ask that we may demonstrate
Gold Ctowbb, 22 kt $5.00
Bridge Work, per tooth $5.00
Gold Fillings 51.00 and np
Silver Fillings 50c and np
Painless Extraction 50c
All work absolutely
guaranteed to give per
Over Silberberg's Jewelry Store
CORNER MESA AVE. AND TEXAS ST.
12 Hours- Quicker via Shreveport
T e x a sgl22bPacif ic
"Direct Line to Charleston, S. C."
'The World's Greatest
Coughs, Colds, Weak Lungs 1 g Rheumatism in Shoulder
AIlcocKs Flastersse. as a preventive! g Believed by xr&ngAIlcocKs Plasters
ss weu as a curative. a a Atnietes use inem lor
Prevent colds becoming deep-seated, fl g Stiffness or Soreness of mnsclea.
Allcorffs is the original and genuine porous plaster.
It is a standard remedy, sold by druggists in every part
of the civilized world. Apply wherever there is Pain.
AIICOCjKSS ho&Qn-Rnhsrightw. Something
new and good. For robbing where it is inconvenient to put a
plaster. Wonderful in cases of croup, whooping cough and all local
pains. Guaranteed to be an A-l Liniment. Price 50c a bottle.
Seal S ftro cent stamps for sample bottle.
ALLCOCK MANUFACTURING CO. 274 Canal Street, New York.
When you need a PHI
take a BmndretKs Pill .
For CONSTIPATION, BILIOUSNESS, HEADACHE, DIZZINESS,
INDIGESTION, Etc. JM, Vegetable
JWl OILBUKMNS I
Washington and Return
ON SALE FEBT 26-28 LIMIT MARCH 1st
EXTENSION PRIVILEGE TO APRIL 10th
DINING CARS SLEEPERS
OIL BURNING LOCOMOTIVES
THROUGH TOURIST SLEEPERS
SUNSET LIMITED. TRAIN DE LUXE,
EVERY THURSDAY AT 9:30 A. JVL
City Ticket Office 206 No. Oregon St.
w. c Mccormick. g.a. j. e. monroe. c.p.&t.a.
El Paso to Buenos Ayres, S. A $144.00
"Enclosed find check for $3.57 s with receipt
in full for the year 1912 on your insurance in this
company. Your DIVIDEND this year exceeds
the annual payment by this amount."
The above ia a copy of the notice recently sent by the Union Cen
tral Life Ins. Co. of Cincinnati, to Mr. Courtland Adams, of "W. Troy,
N. Y. Ho has a policy -with us which did not cost him anything this
year although it is the straight life "die to win" kind he has not
paid anything since 1907, when it cost him lie. His original premium
was $27.25, but the annual dividends deduced the cost each year until
he now has money coming back and nothing to pay.
ALL Union Central policies are now issued on this plan. Each year
the dividends increase, and so reduce the cost. Our dividends are higher
than any other company's because we EARN" MORE. Ask any of our
policyholders. You owe it to yodrself to get the best. "We have it.
.Make me prove it! Ask for cost at your age by mail.
J. J. TYNDALL, Manager,
UNION CENTRAL LIFE
insurance co., of Cincinnati.
217 American Bank. Phone 4570.
"TALK WITH TYNDALL."
TO TALK SAFETY
J. Hale, Santa Fe Commis
sioner of Safety, Will Lec
ture Here February 6.
E. Goring, an official of the Rio
Grande & El Paso and the Santa Fe rail
roads, is In receipt df a communication
from J. Hale, commissioner of safety
for the Santa Fe system, with head
ruarters In Topaka, Kan., stating that
he will visit EI Paso on Feb. 6. Ar
rangements have been made for Mr.
Hale to give a stereoptlcon lecture on
the safety habit to railroad employes
here and the public in general. The
lecture will be Illustrated with views
showing safety appliances and their
Home Cure Given by One Wiio Had It
In the onilnr- of 1B93 I tras attached by
Unscnlar andln&amm&tory BbenmaUem. I
cmxerea & oaiy inosc irno nave ic Know, lor
over tsreo years. I tried remedy after
remedy, aad doctor titer doctor, bat Each
relief as I received was only temporary,
finally, I foncd a remedy that cored me
completely, ana it nas never rerarsea. 1
hare given It to a nnmber who were terribly
ai&leted and even bedridden with Rnenma
Usm, and It effected a core In every case.
I want every sufferer from any form of
rheumatic trouble to try tMs marvelous heal
ing power. Don't send a cent; simply mall
your name and address1 and I will send It
free to try. If, after you have used It and
It baa proven Itself to be that lons-looied-ror
means of curing your Bheumatlsm, yon may
send the price of It, cz.e a mar, bat, under
stand, I do cot want your noney unless you
are perfectly satisfied to seud It Isn't that
fatrr Why suffer any 1 oncer wben positive
relief Is thus offered you 'Jte? Don't delay,
Harsu. Jactson, so,9i ARiambraBld?.,
Syracuse, a. a.
Timely Advice of Mother Re
lieves Terrible Suffering
of Daughter, andPossi
ly Prevents an Un
Ready, Ky. In the following ad
vice, from this place, Mrs. Laura
Bratcher says: "I was not able to do
anything for nearly six months, and was
down in bed for three months.
I cannot tell you how I suffered with
my head, and with nervousness and
Our family doctor told my husband
k A nlll4 nnl- Jn . 1 If
i. w,um hui. uu me any good, ana ne
had to give it up. We tried another
doctor, but he did not help me.
At last, my mother advised me to
take Cardui, the woman's tonic. I
thought it was no use, for I was nearly
dead and nothing seemed to do me any
good, but I used eleven bottles, and was
then able to do all of my work and my
I think Cardui is the best medicine
in the world. My weight has increased,
and I look the picture of health.
m I will always praise Cardui for what
it has done for me."
Remember that Carrlm , U
safe remedy composed of valuable
medicinal ingredients, which help to
build up vitality, tone up the nerves,
and strengthen the entire womanly con
stitution. In the past half century Cardui has
relwved more than a million women.
Why shouldn't it do the same for you?
Try it. It may be just what you need.
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anoopa, Tonn f r Special Instruction
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This Will Shorten Your Working Hours
Consider all it means in the way of Economy, Comfort and Satisfac
tion. The selection of a Gas Range is a matter of great importance
to any household.
Both of these ovens are heated by- one flame, thus making the fuel
do double work.
Let us show you the large assortment of Gas Ranges on our display
e'll be glad to have you look them over at your convenience.
Ranges $5.00 down and $3.00 per Month.
Paso Gas &
425 N. Oregon St.-
LEftNSE TDIH. LI
IH DELICIOUS "SHOP OF FIGS'
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gripe or nausea, jno neaaacne, indigestion, consti
pation, biliousness or coated tongue.
workings. It will be held in the T. iT.
C. A. building: Feb. 6, at S p. m.
Railroad" Xotcs and Pergonals.
A. P. Moore, fireman on the T. & P.,.
is laying on, sick.
A. W. Childs, switchman on the Q. H.,
has resigned and left the city.
R. CL Gosby, formerly a fireman on
the Santa Fe, at Clovis, N. M., is In the
IV. F. Keliey, fireman on the T. &
P., is running switch engine for a
I F. Singleton, switchman for the
G. IL, has resigned, and gone to Fort
R. "W. Kimbel, formerly a brake
man on the P. R. R., at Tamaqua, Pa.,
is in EI Paso.
M. Robertson, switchman for the G.
II., in EI Paso, has resigned and gone
to Fort Worth.
IX M. Cully, conductor on the east
end of the El Paso & Southwestern, is
laying off, sick
A. Webb, switchman for the G. H
was taken to Hotel Dlep Monday suf
fering with rheumatism.
T. J. Jonnson. joint car inspector in
El Paso, is laying off, and J. F. Dona
hue is filling his vacancy.
The stork recently visited the home
of J. J. Armstrong, switchman for the
G. H , and left a fine boy.
Ben Cooley. conductor on the Santa
Fe at San Marcial. is laying off and
spending a few days In El Paso.
W. Barnett, switchman for the E. P.
& S. W.. has resigned, and has a posi
tion as brakeman on the G. H., at San
derson. Perry Ennis, passenger conductor on
the G. H , left for Los Angeles Tues
day morning, accompanied by his
Mrs. Xellie Cook, of Vaughn, N. M.,
Is visiting her daughter. Mrs. C. R.
Richards, wife of the T. & P. switch
man. N. Scott, engine foreman for the G
II., was called home Tuesday morning
at 2 oclock, account his wife being
The bridge gang on the Santa Fe
has completed the overhauling of the
coal chute and has mbved camps to
Vado, N, M.
J. P. Stewart, engineer for the ,
fnTmSledstbeywarIfmo1nerarltviooI Removes the sour bile, gases and clogged-up waste without
North Stanton street.
F. M. Heath, engineer on the Santa
Fe at San Marcial, has p-lven up the
Deming and Fierro local and has gone
in through freight service between San
Marcial and El Paso.
Charlie Terry, conductor on the east
end of the Southwestern, who was in
jured several months ago, Is reported
not to be improving. Mr. Terry is at
his home in Tucumcari, N. M.
Bud Phillipps, E. P. & S. W. engineer
at Tucumcari, has returned home from
the east, where he went some time ago
to undergo a critical operation. He is
now reported to be getting along
J. E. Piper, one of the oldest engi
neers on the Santa Fe system, will
leave for Topeka, Kan., Wednesday
nltrht lo enter the Santa Fe employes'
hospital for treatment. He will be
accompanied by his wife.
ii. j. HICKS. DraKeman on me rasi
end of the El Paso & Southwestern,
who was Injured several days ago by
having both feet cut off, is getting
along well. Mrs. Othela Hicks, mother
of the injured man, has arrived in El
Paso from Kansas City. Mrs. Hicks is
stopping at the T. W. C. A.
R. R. Ellison, foreman of the track
department of the Santa Fe yards in
El Paso, has finished storing 900 tons
of Ice in the Santa Fe ice house, to be
used this coming summer. The ice
was cut from the lakes' near Las
Vegas,, N. M.
A. C. Ray. brakeman on the Santa
Fe at San Marcial, passed through El
Paso Tuesday on his way to his home
in Meridian, Miss., for a 60 days visit
R. P Smith, brakeman on the Santa
Fe, is laying off and spending a few
days In El Paso.
J. B. Wasson, operator for the T. &
P.. has returned to his home in El Paso,
after an extended visit to Sherman and
other north Texas cities. Operator J.
C. Hill, who has been filling Mr. Was
son's vacancy, will return to his for
mer position In the freight house.
CLOSE THE MEETING
The general passenger agents of
roads operating In New Mexico have
closed their meeting In El Paso and
gone to their respective stations. No
definite action was taken at the meet"
Ing, which was held merely for the
discussion of matters pertaining to the
traffic in this section. No plan was
agreed upon for compliance with the
demand of the Hew Mexlo corporation
commission for mileage tickets.
Foul breath, coated tongue, dull,
throbbing headache, stomach sour and
full of gases, indigestion, biliousness
and a sallow complexion, mean that
your thirty feet of bowels are clogged
with waste matter; that these drain
age organs of the body are obstructed:
liver stagnant and stomach full cf
poisonous gases, sour bile and undi
gested, fermenting food not properly
Most of our ills are caused by con
stipated bowels. We all need a laxa
tive sometimes; nobody can doubt
that. Tb only question is. Which one
is the best? and that Isn't a question
any more Syrup of Figs, being com
posed entirely of luscious figs, senna
and aromatics. must act In a harmless,
gentle and natural 'way Syrup of Figs
can be constantly used without injury.
Its action 13 the action of fruit of
eatldg coarse food of taking exercise.
It is a true and effective liver and
bowel cleanser and regulator.
Most folks dread physic they shrink
from the taste and after effects. Syrup
of Figs is delicious, and, besides, you
don't realize you have taken anything
until morning, when all the clogged
up waste of the system is gently but
thoroughly moved on and out of the
bowels without griping or weakness.
Ask your druggist for she full name.
"Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna."
This is the old reliable and only gen
uine. Refuse, with contempt, any
other Fig Syrup reccommended as good.
They are imitations meant to deceive
you. Read the label carefully and
look for the name California Fig
RELIABLE HOME TREATMENT
The ORRINE treatment for the Drink
Habit can be used with absolute confi
dence. It destroys all desire for whiskey,
beer or other alcoholic stimulants. Thous
ands have successfully used it and have
been restored to lives of sobriety and
usefulness. Can be given secretly.
Costs only 1.00 per Twx. If you fail
to get results from ORRDTE after a trial,
your money will be refunded. Ask for
free booklet telling all about ORRTNE.
Kelly-Pollard, Sheldon Hotel.
DHOWS TO ESTABLISH HIS
OFFICE IIEHE OX FEU. 1
General traffic manager A. N. Brown,
of the Southwestern system, will estab
lish his office in El Paso February 1.
The furniture therefor has arrived from
Use Domestic Coke.
Southwestern Fuel Co.
To J. C. White, to build a store, lots
28 and 29, block 6. Woodlawn addition;
estimated value $2000.
Ysleta, Texas B. Apodaca and
wife to Isaac Lowenstoin 16 acres.
Ysleta griMt consideration $150; No
c mbei 22 1 ill
V ' lb i In f I'lvester l-tw.on Fowl'
1 i t f r. i o 1 1 1 1 F I,-
'1 'JtV I 1 t f I
c i 7,11 '8 ' ' ! ,. I x v-
eminent Hill; consideration $o500; Jan
uary 28, 1913.
South side of Cloudcroft, between
Stevens avenue and Copla street J. W.
Hull and wife to L. A. Dale, lots 19 to
21 block 89, east El Paso: considera
tion $758; September 27. 1912.
Southeast corner of Michigan avenue
and Laurel street Juan J. Castro to
Pedro M. Vargas and wife, lots 15 and
16 block 20, Rassett's addition; con
sideration $750; November 4, 1912.
El Paso county, Texas James Duf
fln and wife to Alex McConaghy, lots
19 to 21, block 81. Alhambra Heights;
consideration $225: December 6. 1911.
West side of Hawthorne street, be
tween two alleys A H. Goldstein to
A B La.Ua, lots 11 to 15, block 19
Sunset Heights; consideration $8000;
August 17. 1912.
Northeast corner of Bliss and Rayner
strt-ts W K. and James L. Marr to
I. Pale lots 1 to 6. block 101, eas
1"! Fao ron.uleratiO'i $27i0 Septem-
i i .-. x-t:
r "il ' 1 7i r iU Md-.ui.fui .in I
. . i " L. 31 lu r-r to LaT-ir Dai is I
Work That Satisfies.
That's why we are grow
ing so fast in the tent and
No job too big for us.
Tent & Awning
H. J. COLLINS Mgr.
312 S. El Paso St
undivided one-half interest In the fol-
l0Yinr; fU haif loc.k S2 northerly
half of fractional block M. block 72
all in Bassetts addition; west half of
block 60, .Alexander's addition; lots 1 to
. block S5. Magoffin's addition: lots
5 to 7. block . S7. Bassetfs addition;
consideration $17,658; January 16. 1315
H. A Broekmoller to Phil Collins and
wife, lots 2 and IS. block S. Lincoln
park, consideration $375; January 37
Licensed to Wed.
George E. Davidson and Ruth John
son. Henry Ward and Lula B-own
Juan Inostrosn and Gr.c:o. u M rale
13L- E t:u , i ,-
A Great Work In El Paso
BY THE ELTREATMENT
Realizing that but few people in this
vfcinity have any idea or conception of
the extent and magnitude of the work
and the grand results for afflicted and
suffering humanity accomplished by the
Xeal Three-Dy Treatment and methods
of saving men from, the curse and awful
consequence of excessive indulgence in
strong drink, we submit a few facts.
That the Neal Treatment quickly cures
Drink and Drug Addictions has been,
demonstrated in over 20,000 case3 and
its merits proved in over sixty splendid
institutions established in principal cities
and centers in the United States ana
foreign countries. This modern method
of treatment only requires a few days
time to be spent away from home and
business, instead of the many weeks re
quired by other treatment and old-time
"THE CAUSE is the stored up an ac
cumulated poison of alcohol in the sys
tem, arising frem previous constant or
THE BFFECT is unbearable nervous
ness, uncontrollable desire for liquor,
sleepless nights and restless days.
"THE SERIOUSNESS is found in the
moral, mental, physical and financial
wrecks of former good men, ruined
homes, disgraced families, suffering help
less women and innocent children, sui
cides' graves, insane asylums, almshouses,
Jails and penitentiaries.
"WE GUARANTEE that the Seal
treatment removes the cause and over
comes all the effects by an agreement to
refund everv cent paid to any patient
who is not entirely satisfied at the end
of three days' treatment.
Investigation of the Neal Treatment is
not only invited, but -trosgly urged.
Every patient is mwa a written legal
contract to remove all craving for liquors
to his own satisfaction.
For further information as to cure of
Drink. Drug and Tobacco Habits, address
or can at
The Neal Institute
No. 915 Mesa Ave. Phone No. 4642.
hotel: five passenger Cole.
1326 J. B. Sperry, Paso del Norte
hotel; Page runabodt.
To Mrs Julio G. Garcia, 114 Broad
way. January 27.
To Mis. B. fiitcniej. 406 Texas street,
When they first come, the best rime to
break them up. One standard remedy
Ayer's Cherry PectoraL
Sold for 70 years
Ask Your Doctor. LnTlf. i