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EL PASO HERALD
12 Tuesday, February '4, 1913
See Window Display
Sale of Men 8 Ties!
Worth to 50c
A big, special purchase
of manufacturer's sample
lines nresentinc: a mag
nificent choice of nobby, new styles, in every shade and
color imaginable in narrow four-in-hands, long flowing
ends and wide ties, worth regularly 50c.
On Sale Wednesday, Choice, 25 Cents Each
These ties represent a particularly good trade deal made by our Mr Isorthman, in
New Tork City, for 75 dozen high grade silk ties, just 900 brilliant, nifty and
sparkling effects for half the price usually quoted and hurried on to us by
parcels post making a record for time from New York to El Paso 74 hours on
I the road and now offered to you as they came to us Just Half Price!
" , -"
The Great Odd and End Sale Continues to be the Cen
ter of Activity and Attraction in EI Paso!
FAMOUS ORIGINAL $65,000
On Free Exhibition 2nd Floor.
Whatever you do wherever
you go don't fail to see this
magnificent canvas by the
world's most famous animal
painter Come as many times
as yon. can You never tire of
looking at "Poor Old Darby."
Remnants and Odd
Lots in every section marked
down to cost and less than
cost! The greatest bargain
sale of the entire vear!
Maw. J. K. Scossa, of San Fran
cisco, is' demonstrating the su
perior merit? of her famous
European Facial Preparations
with free facial massage
treatments. Mme. Scossa's
preparations, Creme Bianca,
Non -Wrinkle Parisian Face
Powder, La France Rouge and
Velvo. an astringent, are guar
anteed under the Pure Food
and Drugs Act.
Divinity Fudge '
Part I. 3-4 cap Red Vetoa
Syrup, 1 oz. chocolate, 1-2
cap water, 3 caps sugar, 1
teaspooafal almond extract.
Part 2. 1 cup sugar, 1-2 cap
water, whites of 3 eggs, 1 cup
chopped nut meats, 1 teaspoon
fal vanilla extract.
Bail part one until a lillU harden
in cold water. Boil part two (with
out ear white, nut and extract)
until it form a toft baH tahen tried
in cold water; remove from tove.
pour gradually into ttiffly beaten
white of egg, beating all the time.
Then beat it into part one. Now beat
the mixture for 20 minute, add
nut and vanilla extract and pour
into buttered tin or plate. Cool
and cut in mauare. The chocolate
may be omitted.
That old notion of sweets disagreeing
with children is all wrong. The best
and biggest physicians say, "Eat
sweets, your body needs them." They
say that when your palate craves
candy, satisfy the desire, because some
hungry tissue requires it but you ought to make
the candy you give the kiddies yourself, and you
ought to make it with
in the red can, because it's the very best syrup for
candy-making that your money can buy. It gives
a real tang to candy that you can't get with any
other syrup and the very first can of Velva you use "will prove
that -what we say about 11 Is so. It's just fine for cakes, too,
and other taking. Yes, huy Velva In the clean, sanitary can.
Buy It often and give the kiddies sweets. You can get Velva In
the green cans, too, at your grocer's If you prefer It
Send for, the book of Velva Recipes. No charge,
PENICK & FORD, Ltd. New Orleans, La.
LINCOLN COUNTY TO
Architect i Kaapleyetl to Look Over Vn
Finished SuIltHag to Determine
Damage From Delay.
Carrlzozo. ,N. JC, Feb. . Lincoln
Colds. Weak Lunss.
61 S Pectoral
A Ask Yew Doctor.
Sold for 70 years.
J. O. AjerOo
county's long: delayed courthouse pro
ject has taken the first step forward
since the county seat fight began. The
commissioners have selected I. H. Rapp.
an architect of Santa. Fe, to inspect the
partly completed building here, and to
determine the actual damage to the
building due to the delay in its con
struction. The architect will go over
the building with representatives of
the contractors and the bond signers,
who are responsible for any damages
.that may have resulted from the delay.
It is expected that work will begin
soon on the remainder of the building
and that Carrizozo and Lincoln county
will soon have a fine courthouse build
ing. The experimental well on the ex
perimental farm near here will be ex
perimented with a bit more. It was
found that the well, which was sunk
on the experimental 1,8 cree, was not
sufficiently deep, and after an Inspec
tion by Frank Gurney and Charles Ste
ve.ns: the farm commltteelt was de
cided to put the well down below the
We cany complete lines of Spoking Goods at the lowest prices consistent
Shelton-Payne Arms Co.
S3 toot level, where it was when it
Carrizozo continues to grow. A new
blacksmith shop is to be opened here.
August Lantz. of Chicago, has arrived
and will build a shop and also a resi
dence for his family.
PUSHING ROAD WORK
AROUND SANTA ROSA
Santa Rosa. N. ST., Feb. 4 Good
roads continue to grow in Santa Rosa
and Guadalupe county. The new road
extends from the J. V. Wood ranch to
the lake on the Agua Negra grant. J.
H. Hicks, chairman of the county high-
nay uununission. drs siariea me dirt
work wnh seven teams and 10 men
and a quantity of road making machin
ery. The camp is on the hill to the
northeast of the city and the first road
work will be to make a short piece of
road connecting the state road sections.
As soon as this is completed a road to
the southeast from Santa Rosa will be
graded and built
SBW HIGH SCHOOL FOR
DKJIING IS ASSURED
Beming. N. M.. Feb. 4. Deming is to
get a county high school. Both sen
ator C J. Laughren and representative
S- J. Smith have pledged their support
fop a bill to that effect.
ADS BY VUOXE.
The ordinary cost of a Want Ad In
the El Paso Herald is 23 cents. It
reaches ah average of about Tv.'OOQ
readers each issue.
SWEDES MAY LOCATE
COLONY NEAR TUCSON
Extensive Additions Are Contemplated
For the University of Arl-
xona at Tucson.
Tucson, Ariz, Feb. 4. A large tract
of land near Tucson is being sought
by P. C. Pearson, of Chicago, for set
tlement by Swedish colonists whom he
claims to represent. The Swedes want
to option a largo tract of several thous
and acres for five years with the privi
lege of paying for it in eight or ten
Sewell R. Bond, a resident of Tucson
for a year, has bought 249 acres near
Casa Grande for J8840. He expects to
move there next summer and cultivate
Owing to the growth of Casa Grande,
several Tucson physicians are contem
plating moving there, notice having
been sent out that the valley .la with
out a doctor.
Mammoth onions in Tucson's farm
products in the Pacific Electric build
ing in Los Angeles attracted the at
tention of J. K. Burnett, attorney of
San Luis Obispo, Calit. and he has lo
cated 480 acres near Casa Grande. Bur
nett is In Tucson buying lumber and
other equipment. He said he wanted
to live in a place where onions like
those he saw could be grown.
May Ada to University.
State senators John T. Hughes of
Pima county and George Chase of
Greenlee, have pledged their support to
the University of Arizona to secure
from the legislature which convened
February 3, an appropriation of ?1M,
000 for an agriculture building for that
department of the university.
President A. H. Wilde, of the univer
sity, will try to get from the legisla
ture further appropriations for ajnlnes
building. museum building, Tower
plant, athletic field and track, heating
plants for the several dormitories, and
an electrical engine for the pumping
Mayor I. E. Huffman, captain
of the medical corps, N. G. A., CapL
Millard G. Seeley, of company K.
Tucson, and H. O. Jaastad, architect,
will appear before a citizens' mass
meeting this evening and try to stimu
late action toward building a $16,099
armory. The city has been promised
by Adjt. Gen. Harris SSO00 toward
equipping a corps of engineers here if
an armory is provided. Mayor Huff
man will suggest the formation of a
companv to build the armory, which Is
needed for convention purposes as well
W M. Reed, chief engineer of recla
mation of the United States bureau or
Indian affairs, and C R. Oldberg, dis
trict engineer, have just investigated
me government's project to (nstal a
$100,000 irrigation plant on the Papa
go Indian reservation southwest of Tu
cson. They approved the project after
looking over the grousd. They said the
department is favorable, and that an
appropriation will be sought from con-giees.
Brivss He Wiid!"
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Buy a 25c Bottle Today and Prove It.
Itching vanishes Instantly by using
ZBMO. This is absolutely guaranteed.
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ZBMO will be a surprise to you, just
as it has been a surprise to thousands
who have already tried it Tour flrst
application of ZEMO will bring instant
relief or your money is refunded.
Pain and itching, raw scorching
eczema sores, prickly heat pimples,
scalp itching, rash, tetter, blackheads,
skin Irritation or inflammation stops.
Dandruff is nothing but scalp ec
zema; watch ZEMO cure it and stop
scalp itching. It gives blessed re
lief to baby's skin troubles.
Don't miss it for 26c ZEMO Is a
clean, antiseptic solution, applied on
the skin. No ointment or paste.
"But three applications of your highly-valued
medicine had the desired ef
fect for eczema and awful itching.'
Sol Landau, c-o Sol Landau Cloak and'
Suit Co., St Louis. Mo.
First-class druggists everywhere
sell ZEMO. 25c a sealed bottle, or sent
direct on receipt of price by E. "W.
- Medicine Co.. St Louis. Mo.
Sold and guaranteed in El Paso bv
Kelly & Pollard. A. E. Ryan & Co., Rib
Grande Phr.. Knoblauch Drug Gp and
Potter Drug Co. Advertisement
WE SHOE CHILDREN
OUR shoes for children will with
stand the hard wear that a healthy,
happy child requires
The leathers that enter into the making of our chil
dren's shoes k carefoHy selected and the workmanship
Every shoe is formed to fit the foot.
In children's shoes we offer button, lace and
Blucher in duM calf or the new tans, suedes or
patent leather. Prices range according to sizes
$1.00 to $3.00
For the best children's shoes and the best service al
ways depend on as.
Out of town customers are asked to take advantage
of our Parcels Post service.
CONTRACT FOR NEW
Extensive Additions to be Made to New
Mexico Institute for the Blind
Alamogordo. N. M Feb. 4. The con
tract for the addition to the New Mex
ico Institute for the Blind was let by
the trustees to Lyon and Ax telle, of
l'ueblo .Colo., who were the lowest bid
ders. There were six firms who had
bids on the work, as follows: J. C.
Worthington. El Paso; J. a Hough, El
Paso; O. IX Warnock, Artesia; Hewett
son. El Paso. Jolly jfe Ware, El Paso,
and Lyon & Axtelle, Pueblo. Cola The
bids ranged from S24.eM.T8 for the low
est and successful bidder., to $28,790 as
the highest The specifications call for
one dormitory building and one power
and laUMlrv nlnnt n-hlnh n,lll f..i...3-
Wteam heating plant for the present ad-
........wauvu uuiiuing ana lor tne dor
mitory. The bids include labor, con
struction and material, with the excep
tion of brick. It is planned by the archi
tects to -have the new buildings har
monize with the present building in ma
terial, trimmings and general architec-V1-1"61-
-The .work is to be com
pleted by August 16. 191S.
Reports that a considerable number
of the fruit buds were damaged by the
recent severe freeze, notwithstanding
the fact that the buds were dormant
Sdu "ndveloped. Seedling peaches
withstood the low temperature better
than the bedded fruit
A mass nfeeting was held in the
courthouse, to consider local develop
ment Almost every business Hrm of
the city was represented ad a largo
number of farmers and property hold
J ta,B section were present Mr.
Clay of El Paso, addressed the ttieeting
along lines of development and offered
tne proposition of organizing a trust
company, to take over in trust prop
erty, improve it and to issue bonds or
-,- -); i.j , awu io or
ganize a development company which
..- ... tiiiSe ui me development
of properties. A committee was ap
pointed to take the matter up. The
meeting voa baiimiui ... . ,
-wc, .. Mipnmcu w meet again
.Tuesday at the same hour and plaee.
"'5a ?- wno nave been drilling
at 4- P. Lewis's place for several
months navA eiuiiifAj .i .
. w w 7.uia- M. sMii.siHrinrv
now of water. The first water Ws
obtained at a depth of 200 feet and the
last, and heavy flow, was struck at
about 430 feet V,- I h .m
proceed to put in a pumping plant and
have a small tract of his land tiled this
?E r" Brooks Brs- will next drill on
-.. uiiuuignara piace, aoout one-half a
mile south of town.
H. W. Park has a force of men pre
paring several of the Jackson tracts for
i5inK ti?Jn for sub-Irrigation pur
poses. The tile used is made' by local
people, of portland cement and coarse
MILL TO BE REBUILT
G wa. . coanut Plantation Is Being
iSstahllHhed Xear Kscuinnpn: Amer-
., leans Buy Sugar Mill.
a-raa.t3an' Sln- Mev- Feb. A. Plans
miii T'IS.,06 to rebuild the cotton
thi 'a'Cu.Hacan which was burned bv
lXntgof "thl ,cit?ay M11, dUr5nB thv
n.Tj!f$Lermnent haa revoked some
monopolistic water concessions cover
5H?e .Fucre river and is now ar
ranging to give a concession to the ac
tualowners of land that can be lrrl-
vtmi larRe loan on Ion;; time at
very low interest to cover the-cost of
A5cessary irrigation works. The
American rolnnv m tha cA,.fa Kin,
fnou5h t has always commanded I
.rourci oi tne rebels and has not
Sttnmoiestedverv much at any time,
naving been furnished some arms by
? American government and It will
iJv5 , reason about a thousand ear
t??i. i tomatoes and DroducQ to the
United States and Canada.
,. f r Eecuinapa, on the coast below
"if clt7 an immense cocoanut plan
tation is being established. 400 men
oetng employed, and $300,000 has been
appropriated fer the work. Cotton,
garbanzo and tobacco are being raised
successfully In that neighborhood and
tne area in cultivation is increasing
i P?i " An American eolonv project
. nmK lurmea to iax up some oi we
The Navolato sugar mill. In the val
ley below Culiacan. has been taken
over on a 30 years lease by a New York
company, the total price of 'the lease
being nearly 7,000.000 pesos. The
stamps on tne documents amounted
to 11,000 pesos and 90 cents, being the
largest transaction in the stamp office
An American company has taken over
the Oso eane plantation on the San Lo
renzo rier. 20 miles from Culiacan on
the Southern Pacific and Is Increasing
the planting and changing the instal
lation from the crude sugar panocha
process to turn out white sugar. ig
Commercial club. President HalfLmade
a brief address and secretary T. C Car
rington made a report of the work of
the club and its olans for the future.
( Short talks suggestive of good for the
ciuo were made by various members.
The Midland band furnished music
during the evening and an elaborate
lunch was served. Fifteen new mem
bers were added to the club roll and
its affairs -were shown to be in a very
IWBThc Stor& Ahead pBHp
204 SAN ANTONIO
MAY TJSE ELECTRIC PUMPS
IX TCCUMCARI "WATERWORKS
Tucumcari. N. M.. Feb. 4. A. D. Bent
of Colonado, who recently purchased
the controltng interest of the Tucum-
George LeFIte, of Denver. Is in this J
city to try and arrange with the city
council for the instalation of electric 1
engines at the municipal waterworks
luatiL. xi is 3uu mat me company oi
lers several inducements to the city to
use electric power in the pumping of
the city water. No decision so far has
been reached on the question.
Pint bottles 20c
Quart bottles ,- . :.35c
1-2 gallon (cans extra) 55c
1 gallon (cans extra) . . . ... .,.$! .00
TlitfSe Paint and Glass Co.
FHGNE 206 210-212 N.STANTON
BOWELS m, LIVER
If Constipated, Bilious,
Headachy, Stomach Sour.
get a 10 cent bos of
Tou men and women who can't set
feeling right who have headache,
coated tongue, foul taste and foul
breath, dizziness, can't sleep, are bil
ious, nervous and upset bothered with
a sick, gassy, disordered stomach, or
have back-ache and feel worn out
Are you keeping your bowels clean
with Cascarets. or merely forcing a
passageway every few days with
salts, cathartic pills or castor oil? This
Cascarets work while you sleep;
cleanse and regulate the stomach, re
move the sour, undigested and fer
menting food and foul gases; take the
excess bile from the liver and carry
out of the system all the constipated
waste matter and poison In the intes
tines and bowels.
A Casearet tonight will straighten
you out by morning a 10-cent box
frAn? anv itrav otnA .x.tll I...... .....
stomach sweet; liver and bowels reg
ular and head clear for months. Don't
forget the children. They love Cas
carets because they taste good do
good never gripe or sicken. Adv.
SAVED THIS MAX'S LTFE
Pneumonia is a erlous disease, and
often -lays the founcation for chronir
lung trouble 8 sometimes Tuberculosis
results. After Pneumonia, or any
serious or stubborn cold. It is wise to
take Eckman's Alterative. Don't wait
to find out whether the trouble is
getting worse, but take Eckman's
Alterative in time and avoid the dan
gers of disease. Read of the recovery
In this case:
338 No. 41st . Phila Pa.
"Gentlemen: I am getting along
very nicely and gaining strength all
the time." I now weigh 154 pounds, a
gain since September 16. 1907, of 28
pounds more than when I first started
to take the Alterative. I wish I had
known of It two years before, as It
would have saved me much misery and
distress. I was suffering from a very
serious abscessed lung, which followed
a bad attack of pneumonia. My physi
cian and a specialist declared my case I
"opeless. I cannot but be thankful to
you and the Almighty God for the great I
blessing and change - of health it has
(Sworn Affidavit) THOS. REILLY
(Five years later, renorta mn,t
Eckman's Alterative Is effective ip
Bronchitis, Asthma. Hay Fever: Throat
.and Lung Troubles and n upbuilding i
the system. Does not contain poisons
opiates or habit-forming drugs. For
sale by Kelly & Pollard. Knoblauch i
Drug Co., "People's Drug Store, and other '
leaning uruKgis. ak ior booklet
telling of recoveries, and write to
Eckman Laboratory. Philadelphia. Pa.
for additional evidence. Adv.
Tell These People What You Want
They Wiii Respond Promptly
HACK AND AUTO STAND ppke Hote Paso D None. t
Rates $S.ew per hour. W. SaB Antonio.
TAX1CAB AND AUTO STAND Phones: 449 : 362 : T8I8
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DDS 13 NEW MEMBERS
Midland Tf Teb 4 A smoker wis
gien bj tht numbers of the Midland
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This famous cooking medium
has supplanted buffer and hog lard for all
cooking purposes and no wonder.
Crusto fries quickly, doesn't sink info foods,
is 100 per cent cooking value, makes
foods easy to digest
For shortening, frying and cake making
Crusto is unequalled.
Crusto costs less than half as much as
butter yet produces better results.
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EL PASO, TEXAS
j A. KRAKAUER, President.
Annrl mfvn "wnnterl r on i: n..x ..
," vv cu pollutes uiat guarantee
a R. RUSSELL, LOUIS ST. J. THOMiS,
Supt of Acents. Sectj. and Genl Mgr