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!L PASO HERALD
14. Friday, February 14, 1913 i
All the new styles and colors in soft felts
and stiff hats from the two famous
Knox and Stetson
. 'prices to suit everyone
$3.00 to $20.00
Come in and look them over. We are always glad
to show you.
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BENEFITED MAVY WHO
Those irtio suffer from Consumption
are generally troubled -with night
sweats, fever, loss of strength and lit
tle or no appetite. Fresh air, good food
and the proper care of the body are
essential to a recovery, bat in many
cases something more is needed. Eck
man's Alterative is & medicine which
has been most successful in stopping
night sweats, reducing fever and pro
moting appetite, andlnany who have
used it, declare it saved their lives. In
vestigate what it did in this case:
"Gentlemen: For four years I was
troubled with cough, which gradually
became worse. I had night sweats and
pains in my chest. I -was losing my
appetite and had become so thin and
weak I could net attend to my house
hold duties. A physician pronounced
my case Consumption. Not being satis
fied, I was examined Jby the physicians
of the Polyclinic Hospital. They also
pronounced the disease Consumption,
which was proven later by an exami
nation of sputum, as Tuberculosis Ba
cilli were found. I was ordered to a
Consumptive Hospital. My nephew
would not allow me to go until I had
tried Eckman's Alterative. Before I had
taken the medicine three weeks I had
marked relief, night sweats ceased,
pain in the breast relieved cough be
came loose and easy, fever left me and
I commenced getting well. My health
became normal. I am ' in excellent
health now and have been completely
cured for 10 years. I strongly recom
(MRS.) MART WASSOX.
Care Ed. Green, 1722 & 17th St.. Phila.,
Eckman's Alterative is effective in
Bronchitis, Asthma. Hay Fever: Throat
and Lung Troubles, and in upbuilding
the system. Does not contain poisons,
opiates or habit-forming drags. For
sale by Kelly & Pollard. Knoblauch
Drug Co., People's Drug Store, and oth
er leading druggists. Ask for booklet
telling of -recoveries and write to Eck
raan Laboratory, Philadelphia. Pa., for
additional evidence. Advertisement.
Before you are filled
rrith. Mercury and
Disks, see Dr. Che
Hek. the botanist
LllC J.Vv rr aA
eases without tne
aid of minerals or
knife: Cancer. Blood
tism. Heart Disease,
and Liver derange
free. 46 San An
te: io St. Phone 2910
DErRHLD OP CITIZENSHIP.
IS GRANTED XKW HEARING
fan tranctsco, Cal.. Feb. 14. A new
iul for Leonard- Olsson. of Seattle.
l-pned of citizenship because he was
a socialist bv former Judge Cornelius
Hanford, -was ordered here today by the
1 nited States circuit court cf appeals,
in eonfonmtv with a stipulation previ
ously signed by conusel for Olsson and
the government. The case was re
manded to the United States dlsrict
court and will be tried In Seattle.
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Complete Assortment At All Prices
SJkelton-Payne Arms Co,
What will you serve for tomorrow's
breakfast griddle cakes waffles, muf
fins, biscuits? any one of these will be
great with Velva that good syrup. It
makes all goodies like these better, and
makes the family relish its meal.
with the RED LABEL Is the finest syrup
formakingcandies, fudge, cakes. Itstoply
can't be beaten for making toothsome
desserts. Velva is a wonderful spread
for bread beats other sweets, goes fur
ther and tastes better. Little chaps like
it and they know. Velva in the green
can, too, at your grocer's.
Send now for the free illustrated book of
Velva recipes. It tells you ways of using
syrup that you've never thought of, and
their goodness will surprise you. These
recipes are all by the cooking expert of
the Ladies' Home Journal, and every one
of them is a good one. No trouble to
send you a copy upon receipt of your
name and address.
IPENICK & FORD, Ltd.
New Orleans, La.
Pleasant, Healing, Germ Destroying
Air of Ilyomel, Endorsed by Phy
sicians, Pharmacists and Hun
dreds of Professional Men.
Here's a fair offer: If you purchase
HYOMEI for catarrh. coughs, colds,
sore throat, croup or any nose or throat
misery and are not satisfied get your
Try the sure way. .Breathe Booth's
HYOMEI over the sore, germ Infested
membrane, kill the germs and heal the
Breathe through the little inhaler
that comes with each ;LN outfit five
times during the day, a few minutes
Booth's HYOMEI does not contain
any harmful drug. It is Australian
Eucalyptus combined with effective
When the bott!e of HYOMEI tluit
conies with your outfit is gone you can
get another for 50 cents. Just breathe
it no stomach dosing. .
Besides using the Inhaler throughout
the day and for quick results thousands
use the HYOMEI vapor treatment at
night just before retiring. Here it is:
try it: it is simply splendid:
Thoroushly heat a teacup; then fill
it half full of boiling hot water. Pour
into the water one-half teaspoonful of
HYOMEI (Do not stir. Hold the
cup close to face and breathe deep into
the lungs the healing, germ destroying
vapor that arises.
Mail orders filled, charges prepaid by
Booth's HYOMEI Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
Trial treatment free.
Kelly A Pollard guarantees HYOMEI
(pronounce it High-o-me.) Adv.
PIiAJNT IS BUKJMBD
Artesia, X. M., Feb. 13 The printing
office of the Artesia Advocate caught
fire from some unknown cause andV did
a damage of about $1000 to the stock,
eases, type and printing presses. The
stock was completely destroyed with a
stand of cases. Water damaged the
other stands of eases and the presses.
The printing office was in a large two
storv briek building owned h" Higgins
& Schrock, which would have been to
tally destroyed if the- fire bad got much
mor eheadway. The loss to the building
was slight. Most of the pronerty de
stroyed was covered by insurance. The
Advocate will b issued as soon as the
loss is adjusted. During the fire Albert
Linnell, one of the fireman, received, a
gash in his left wrist from falling glass
that enfaa artery, from which be suf
fered a considerable loss of blood.
Will Excommunicate Catholfcn for
Attending "Wcddinpr of a Divorced
Person, lie Declares
Santa Fe. N. 3L, Feh.14. Any Catho
lic of his diocese who attends the mar
riage of any divorced person while the
partner is still alive will be excommun
icated by archbishop John Baptist
PJtaval of the diocese of Santa Fe.
which comprises Colorado. New Mexico
The archbishop declares that any
person who in future shall willfully
and culpably assist or attend such a
marriage ceremony shall "by the very
fact ineur excommunication, which cen
sure we reserve to ourselves."
The archbishop has issued regulations
also in a pastoral letter to the rectors
of the diocese which he has ordered
read in every church and enforced.
"The pastors shall not rent pews,
either in churches or chapels to one or I
the divorced parties who has applied j
for the divorce. i
n "Second To those who. after the
granting of the divorce, contract an- I
other marriage.durlng the life time of
me uivorceu pu-uici.
"Third To any person whoso life is
To make his stand against? divorce
stronger, the archbishop further de
clares in his pastoral letter.
"Moreover, we entreat the faithful
who are pew holders or Ttho have rent
ed seats in pews, to nunin .iiuiu in
viting any of the above mentioned per
sons to their seats or pews.
"Finally, we positively forbid the
Catholics of this diocese to be present
at the marriage of any divorced per
son while the divorced partner is still
alive, and we declare that any Catholic
of this diocese who shall in future will
fully and culpably assist or attend
such a marriage ceremony shall by the
very iact incur ejnum""""""-
ALFALFA FARM AND
ORCHARD ARE SOLD
Alamogordo, N. M, Feb. 14. Rev. J.
W. Phillips has sold his two acres of
alfalfa and orchard in the eastern part
of the city to W. C. Browning. Mr.
Phillips and family "will start the teat
of the week for Golden City. Mo., where
uv wtll reside. Frank Pruitt. who
I came to this city to reside from the re
j gion of the Penasco, a short while ago,
will live uu cue iito.
The city has a large force of men at
work pruning and trimming the trees
along the streets.
Frank Heffner, of Toyah. Tex., .and
Miss Gertrude Bruaiens, of this city,
were named at the home or the bride s
uncle, Mr. Verden, of this eity. They
left for an extended wedding trip
through Texas and will make Toyah
Jeff Haddiman died at his home oh
Florida avenue in this eity. He was
buried in the city cemetery. He is sur
vived by a wife and four children.
The Otero County Teachers' associa
tion held a meeting in the high school
auditorium. About 25 teachers were'
present and an instructive and enter
taining program was rendered.
Rev. W. J. Pace, of Tularosa, was a
visitor to this city, and occupied the pul
pit of the First Baptist church.
BISBEE PAYS OFF
$13,000 IN WARRANTS
Bisbee, Ariz., Feb. 14. More than $13,
000 of the city warrants, which were re
cently ordered paid, have now been paid
off. This sum represents the holdings
of the larger holders. About $1000
worth of the warrants, are still outstand
ing.' ana witn tneir cancelation the city j
will be free from all debt, except bonded, i
fully 4W Masons were in the city
attending the grand lodge meeting. The
visiting women were taken over the dis
trict in 25 automobiles. A dinner and
a dance, both at the Warren District
Country club, are scheduled for later in
the week. Regular lodge meetings, with
the attendant ceremonies, are being held.
Following a two days' let up of heavy
rain, rain is again falling. Autoists re
port that all the roads from Bisbee are
in good condition with the exception of
the one to Douglas, which is practically
ALL NIGHT SALOONS
TO CLOSE IN CLIFTON
Clifton, Ariz, Feb. 14. The town
council, by a vote of four to one.
passed an ordinance, which on and af
ter March 1. will close the all night
isaloons in Clifton. The time of closing
will be 1 oclock a. m.. and the doors to
stay closed until 6 a. m.
D. W. P. Eylar has been appointed
deputy assessor for four months. He
was also allowed a deputy at Blue and
Deputy sheriff Keppler has returned
from Benson, where he went to take
William Fulton, of Duncan, to there
To R. F. Mitchell, to build a cement
porch .North Santa Fe street lot 5.
block 8. Salter thwalte's addition; esti
mated cost. ?-
EI Paso and East Overland streets
Mary and Alice O'Connor to George
Sauer. three tracts in lot 181. Anson :
mihb map; consideration, J1Z.0W; Jan.
Southwest corner of Mountain avenue
and Division street Lauro Aguirre to
Maxamina Palnut de Garcia and Pedro
i..arcltr l?i " nd 18- blo
Military Heights; consideration. 50;
El Paso county, Tex. Guadalupe Car
bajal to Butimio Rey. one acre out of F
Neve surrey. No. 8; consideration. S20:
Jan. 1. 1913.
-,El P?so ?rUnty Tex H- K Iutnam
and wife to Vera Tyson, section 6. block
7. State school land; consideration. 118--
f,ti-h,8lde of st ufe. between Palm
and Walnut streets M. H. Boomer and
wife to Lee Moor, lot S and easier Iv
eteljt feet of lot 6. block 51. Basset fi
1913 ' con8Weration. ?S50; Feb. 18.
Ysleta. Tex. Sabinn nnml.m..
wife to Jesus Torres, 2.1S acres Tsleta I
Ii. "" nwu. i; tfct. IS. 1S87.
Northeast corner of Nevada and North
Oregon streets Martin IL Peterson and
w,ff V F; ,N- Hal1 and A- J- FnHn.
easterly 44 feet of lots 18 to 20. inclu
aive, block 10. Alexander's addition
consideration. 12,000; Feb. 12, 181J.
Licenser! n AV-1
Jose Lopez and Flora Carbajal. I
Jose Contreras and Itosaria Mardec
' ,, Births Girls. t
To Mrs. Jesus Urtiap, 917 South St. i
Vrain street; Feb. 12. v ot- 1
,, Births Boys. i
To Mrs. Thoe. J. Conlihan, 611 North
Stanton street; Feb. 7. wn
... ,Srl M' "OS1. 819 Huttoa f
trreltbRS?n,e MOrRJe8" " 0re80n
8trTeet?FebB,SU,,0 VIVten' '
George Delgado. 1S00 Fifth
street; Feb. 11
imiG. GEX. ALLBN COMPLBTBS
w YEARS' SBRVICK IN ARMY.
Washington. D. C, Feb. U. -Brig.
Gen. James Allen, chief signal officer
of the army, retired from active service
today, having attained his 4th year
and completed 41 years of military
du t .
For discovering the position of Cer- j
coo ui in Santiago Harbor, he re
ceived a letter of commendation frjm
Some bargains in odd sasn and door-
Lander Lumber Co.
SPECIAL SPVMSR DISHES
EVERY DAY AT SHELDON CAFE.
The El Paso & Southwestern System
Passenger Service Effective Feb. 17th
Train No. 61-5 Train 2?o. 63-34
Leave Lewis Springs-. 3:35 P. M. 9:00 P.M.
Arrive Ft. Huachuca 4:35 P. M. 10:00 P. M.
Train Nov62-5 Train No. 64-34
Leave Ft. Huachaca .?. 2:30 P. M. 8:00 P. M.
Arrive Lewis Springs 3:15 P.M. 8:45 P.M.
Freight service, effective February 18th, schedule same as above.
EUGENE FOX! General Passenger Agent
By Mrs. Nevada Briggs, Exponent of
the Art of Baking, as taught by
Mrs. Janet McKensie Hill
Helpful Cake Matins Hints
Always sift flour and KC Baking
Powder at least three times. The
more sifting, the lighter the cake.
Remember that! To, cream but
ter and sugar quickly, warm the
sugar slightly. Beat yolks of eggs
with rotary beater. Whip whites
of eggs with fiat spoon whip.
Water makes lighter cakes; milk
makes richer cakes.
To mis a cake, first cream but
ter and sugar thoroughly, then add
yolks, if used. Then alternately
add moisture and flour that has
been sifted with baking powder
and stir until smooth and glossy,
adding egg whites after thoroughly
Always use K CBdkzxg Powder.
Always sift flour and K C Baking
Powder at least three times.
Have shortening cold and firm.
Mix dough as soft as it can be
handled. The softer dough goes
into the oven, the lighter the
biscuit when it comes out. It is
easier for K C Baking Powder to
do its work in soft than, in stiff
dough. ; Mix biscuits very little.
Do not knead. Stir up with spoon
or knife and press in-shape to Toll
on floured board.
With K C Baking Powder re
sults are sure and certain. Ask
your grocer for K. C. aa
NEW MEXICO TO
. FIGHT HIGH RATES
Santa Fe, N. M., Feb. li: The state
corporation commission is now preparing-
data for two complaints to be for
warded to the interstate commerce
commission at 'Washington, D. C, where
they will probably be consolidated with
the big blanket' complaint against New
Mexico rates, filed a few days ago with
The two complaints bow being worked
up have to do with the oil rates to
Deming and xxtrGsburg, and the grain
rates from the east to all points in the
state The Deming oil. problem- ha3
grown to one of importance since the
farmers around -that section have
adopted this fuel so generally ror their
FOUNTAIN' DAIRY LUNCH
Under American Trust & Savings
(tank. cor. San Antonio & Oreeon SU.
AMBRIOAX DAIRY I.UNCII
Cor. Texas & Stanton Sts-
American No. 1 consolidated trith
koaai MaBBBnaa 1
The Gold Dust Twins
OES it occur to you, my friends, that woman's labor never
ends: that is, if she's inclined to be a trifle stubborn
constantly. Some housewives glory in the thought that
battles won must be re-fought.
to The Housewife
Mrs. Smith or Brown thus reason, in a certain town, that Gold Dust
helps to minimize the number of back-aches and sighs.
The Gold Dust Twins forever toil, with dirt and trouble as a foil.
They start each morning, at the top, and only after night-fall stop.
- J - Theirs is to DO if NOT to DIE-
Opportnniry is Knocking at Yonr Door Theirsis to never question"whv?"
ii ii i i' 'j . i , i , . ... -
seals a bond, to lriake a mop a fairy wand; each brush or cloth holds
regal sway in driving dirt's dull care away.
THE OPENING OF ITS
NEW LINE BETWEEN
It is Human to discriminate!
owe their -wonderful popularity to
their pure and choice tobaccos.
Men like Fatima like the good
tobacco like the blend a "dis
tinctively individual" character
that pleases the whole country t
Particulars Page 4.
Our 25c lb.
"FOLLOW THE CROWD."
THE STORK BEACTIFCL.
wsJm fl ML
J imo yawls' afg
f 8rcaro3Bt.t. SSsBSs
mO 9 Jf
This jingle is for those who try to smile
at toil and reason "Why;" who will not
let the household cares crush down life's
other glad affairs. You'll find, where
At micnen tasKs tneir talents
shine; the floors they polish up
are fine; in fact, no matter where
they go they leave a spotless trail;
and so, like sunshine, when the
sky. is grey they help to drive the
Each grain of Gold Dust also
shares in cleaning up the house
hold wares; each mop it touches
Keystone Flat Wall Finish
The new and beautiful finish that can be washed with
soap and water. We carry several of the popular tints.
Tuttle Paint and Glass Co.
PHNE 206 210-212 N. STANTON
Tell These People What You Want
They Will Respond Promptly
HACK AND AUTO STAND C'pp03'6 HoteI Paso Del Norte-
Kates $3.00 per hour. W. San Antonio.
TAXICAB AND AUTO STAND Pb: 449 : 362 1818
Ben 608 & 629. DR.UGGISTS
A. E. RYAN & CO.
LONG WELL'S TRANSFER
AND AUTO GARAGE. PROSE 1
Our equipment la complete Pseenger Automobiles. Auto Baggage Tracks,
Hacks. Livery Rigs. Llgfet and heavy hanllng. Storage warefcoose.
To haul your baggage or taove yon. Storage and packiflg by careful ma.
The Two-Republics Life Insurance Company
EL PASO; TEXAS
A. KRAKAUER, President.
Good men wanted to sell policies that guarantee
Sopt. of Agents.
Miss Bene W. asks: "Will you kindly
nrescribe a safe remedy to reduce mv
weight? I prefer a tablet, as I cannot
take liquid medicine."
Answer: Obtain of any well-stocked
druggist a tube of 5-grain arbolene
tablets and take as ner the directions
which accompany the packages. Ton 1
wiu reauce at the rate of a pound a
day after the first few days of treat
ment. This remedy reduces goitre also.
"Howard- writes:, "What can I take
for headache dark spots before my eyes,
dixxy spells and also constipation?"
Answer. Constipation is the cause of
all yonr trouble. Dt I can cure yon if
you will follow my directions. Oet at
the drue store three rain sulnhsrb
tablets (not sulphur). These are packed
in sealed tubes and contain fall direc
tions. These little tablets purify the
blood, the bowels and liver are stimu
lated into healthy action and will grad
ually cure your trouble.
"Little Girl" To cure your child or
bed-wetting get tincture cubebs, 1
dram: com p. fluid balmwort, 1 ox., and
tincttf?e rhusaromatic. 2 drams. Give
19 to IS drops in water about one hour
Doctor: "I have been a sufferer of t-a-tarrh
of the head for many years. It
has also affected my stomach, bowels
and blood. I suffer greatly and would
appreciate an immediate answer."
Louise: I should recommend the fol
lowing local treatment for you: Get
two ounces of Vilane powder and to a
pint of warm water add one-half tea
spoonful and snuff from the palm of
the hand through the nostrils two or
three times daily. In connection with
this make a catarrh b&lnt of one ounce
of vaseline or lard and a level iea
spoonful of Vilane powder, apply this
balm to the nostrils as far up as pos
sible. Also obtain the following in
gredients, mix. shako well and take a
teaspoonful four times daily: Svrup
sarsapaiilla eomp.. 4 ass.; comp. fluid
balmwort. 1 ox.; fluid extract buchn, 1
Sffj;.rs TLrJK!j. tVfrcou8idstte.7
anything that will stop premature
baldness, cure dandruff and itching
scalp. I should appreciate a reply."
Answer: The following simple rem
edy will cure dandruff and promote a
luxurious growth of hair. Aak for
plain yellow mlnyol which can be had
In 4 os. Jars and nse regularly accord -
$66.50 Washington and Return
On Sale Feb. 26-27-28 March T."
Make Pullman Reservations Now
212 SAN ANTONIO ST.
ALL GOOD 7 PASSENGER
AUTOS FOR HIRE
Best Service Polite Attention
$3 PER HOUR
LOUIS ST. J. THOMAS,
Secty. asd Genl Mgr.
The Doctor's Advice
By DR. LEWIS BAKER
The questions answered below are
general in character; the symptoms or
diseases are given and the answers will
apply to any case of similar nature.
Those wishing further advice free,
may address Dr. Lewis Baker. College
Bldg.. College-Eawood Sts Dayton. (X.
enclosing self-addressed stamped en
velope for reply. Fall name and' ad
dress must be given, but only initials
or fictitious name will be used in my
answers. Tne prescriptions can be
filled at any -well-stocked drag store.
Any druggist can order of wholesaler.
ing to directions. I have seen the
most aatoatakiss rasnlis from its use
that I heartily recommend it to all who
suffer with any aisK of the scalp.
Mrs. A. F." writes: "Really if I
could find a tTW remedy to increase
my weight, I sfiould be the happi.-st
woman alive. 1 am so thin an J
scrawny, it is a shame. Why can not
I be like other women? I do not work
hard and have pretty good health.'
Answer: You can be like other
women" if you will follow my advice,
which is to use three grain hypo-nn-clane
tablets packed in sealed cart 3ns
with directions, and most widely pre
scribed by intelligent physicians every
where. They improve the nutritisn.
add red blood corpuscles to the blood,
improve the complexion, but thorough
and vegular use must follow to get
these good results.
"Mr. Ben" writes: "My Joints are be
coming so stiff from rheumatism that
i can scarcely walk. Is there any help
Answer: Of course there is help for
yon and for all others who suffer from
rheumatism. Taice the following and
you will be entirely cured. Iodide of
potassium, 2 drams; sodium salicylate.
4 drams: wine of eolchicum, 1-2 ox.;
comp. essence cardioL 1 ox.; comp.
fluid balmwort. 1 ox.; and syrup sar
saparilla, 5 oxs. Mix and take a tea
spoonful at meal time and again at
"Mary J." says: 'Every winter I hav?
a cold which lasts till spring. I have
tried several doctors' DrearlnHon: hut
I they do no good so I ask you what to
Answer: The best medicine to relieve
colds and coughs is made by mix ins
the contents of a 2 1-2 ox. bottle of es
sence mentho laxene with honev or
home made sugar syrup. Full direc
tions for making are given on the bjt
tte and also how to take. Yon will
find this will cure your cough in a
very few days and It is perfectly harm
less and pleasant to take.
"Miss A.- writes: "I have a verv bad
case of dyspepsia. I am afraid to eat
a hearty meal. My breath is bad aril
I am cross and irritable most of the
Answer: lr you will gt the follow
ing tablets and take according to direc
tions which accompany the package,
you will soon be rid of all distress in
your stomach. It will also help your
constipation. They are called tablets
triopeptine and are packed in sealed
cartons. If this trouble is allowed to
stand it wUl cause appendicitis, so be
gin taking at once.
"Helen" writes: "Please tell me what
to do to gain an. appetite. I cannot
eat and am thin and nervous."
Answer: You need
j wi is. oyrup m nypopnosphtt-s
comp. S oxs., tincture cadoraene comp.
1 ox. Mix and always shake well be
fore using. Take a teaspoonful be
fore meals for several weeks and o,i
will gain an appetite and your whole
nervous system will he restored to its
natural state. Advertisement.