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Xj PASO HERALD
"Wednesday, March 5, 1913
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All of the old objections
and nervous strain accom
panying a visit to the den
tist is eliminated by the
new methods of the
w "It Didn't Hurt a Bit"
Just anything yon want done to your teeth is arranged for you without
pain. All the work by ezperieKed dentists and is absolutely guaranteed
and the fees are attractive.
Commencing Monday, March 3rd, from 12 o'clock to 1 o'clock p. m.
we will extract teeth free of chirge just to demonstrate our painless
Ieth anv color rubber.... $8.00 Gold Fillings $1.00 and up
Gold Crowns, 22 kt $5.00 Silver Fillings. . . ... 50c and up
Bndp Work per tooth .. $5.00 Painless Extraction . 50c
New York Painless Dentists
OVER SILBERBERG'S JEWELRY STORE.
CORKER MESA AVE. AND TEXAS ST.
Time Ss -Honey
Many Hours Gained
by Using the
BIG- LUMBER COMPANY
MAY RENEW ACTIVITY
Settling of I,KIgatIn I Expected to
ResHlt 1b Alamegerde Com
pany Starting Up.
Cloudcroft X. M-. March 5 The
"h nces are very Rood for the Alamo
trordo Lumber company to begin oper-
tions in the Sacramento mountains
f ne more. It Is understood that the
company controls millions of feet of
lumber and now that the suit against
the company that has been pending:
for many years, has been dismissed.
tin re is no doubt that it will begin
work up the timber it controls.
M-m of tht emplojes who were with
th comp-xm seeral years asro and
"who are ixpenenced lumber and tim
b r men are drifting back this -way.
J C Jones who recently secured a
franchis to construct the Cloudcroft
I'. os il'e electric line, was in
1 iudcrof t o i business Mr Jores says
ihe work of securing the rightofway
s sromg rpidl on and that it may
iiotbe vrv long until something defi
nite will be done towards the con
struction of the line
Scott V Williams, secretary- treas
vt r of tht Business Men's association.
hs just received a letter from Wil
li im Morgan Hand, of the General
riect'nc company, at Kansas City, who
1s nre of the parties interested in the
proposed Cloudcroft-Pecos Valley elec
tric line, stating that he and a party
of men who are interested in the line.
will be in Artesia. N. M-. within the
next few davs to go over tne line, j
The party will go over tne proposca
Toute from Artesia to Cloudcroft and
'hen on to Alaroogordo.
To W. R. Stevens, to alter store front
on northwest corner Main and Oregon
streets, estimated cost $75.
To N. H. Allen, to build store and
residence on lots 23. 24. block 109. Bast
1 Paso; estimated cost $2000.
To Jennings ft Woods, to build 50
stalls at city corral, Dorchester street
and Magoffin avenue, estimated cost
Bliss street, between Rayner and
Piedras streets Dan R. Stedham and
wife to Phoenir-El Paso Building com
pany, lot 14 and west 1-2 lot 15, block
102. Bast 1 Paso, $3280, Mar. 1. 1913.
Xortheast corner Travis and La Luz
streets James F. Caplinger and wife
to Phoenfx-Bl Paso Building companj.
lots 1 to 5, block 1C, Government Hill,
$1250, Feb. 21. 1913.
Wyoming street, between Birch and
Maple streets Thomas Ji. and J. D.
Mayfield to L. O. Cowan, lots 4 and
west 8 1-3 feet lot 3. block 73, Bassett
addition; $2400; Aug. 1, 1911.
Socorro. Texas Wm. Moon and wife
to E. S. Newman, 3.13 acres in survey
115, on the Hueco Tanks road. $313.
Mar 5. 1913
Boulevard between Merchant avenue
and Hutton street J. D. Haj field and
wife and Thos. M. Mayfield to Geo. TV.
Cameron, lot 30, east 8 feet lot 31, and
west 9 feet lot 29, block 11 Cotton ad
Qition: $4100; Dec 3, 1912.
North Kansas street, between Hill
and Cliff streets Nora Reynolds Wha
len and husband John Whalen to J. F.
Mullin. 'lot 15 and south one-half lot
14, block 43 Alexander addition; $1500;
Feb. 25. 1913.
Socorro, Texas J. S. and T. D. Porch
er to W. C Morgan, all lands owned
by them in Socorro Grant; $175; Feb.
Ucensed to Wed,
Antonio Sarabia and Maria Aguilar.
Grover C Smith and Thalia Clover
Macario Munex and Catarrna Cer
vantes. Ed. Brannin and Alma Harris.
Moses T. Walker and Agnes Suggs.
To Mrs. B. Marcos. Washington Park,
To. Mrs. Louis Woods TeeL 1613
Wyoming street. March 2.
To Mrs. Arthur H. Woods. 10W Mon
tana street, (twins) Feb. 9.
To Mrs. Octavtano Montoya, 1116 So.
Oregon street, Feb. 2.
Round Trip Tickets to Washisii
ton, D. C, on Sa!e Feb. 26-27-28
and inarch 1st ... .
AMARILLO and Return account Pan Handle
Association P' " a
Tickets on Sale March 1-2-3-4T Return Limit March 16.
For Full Information, Rates and Pullman Reservations Call on or Address:
RICHARD WARREN, PHONE
General Agent. 594
h. d. McGregor,
City Pass. Agent.
STEAMSHIP TICKETS TO ALL PARTS
OF THE WORLD.
Men whose vigor is exhausted, who hae some private disease or weakness lurking
in their system, and who are prematurely old while still young in years, broken
down wrecks of what they ought to be, and who want to be strong and to feel as
vigorous as they did before they wasted their strength to enjoy life again to
win baek the vim and vigor lost, should consult us before it is too late.
It is, humiliating to know that your strength is slipping away to be weak,
nervous, fretful and gloomy; have pains and aches in different parts of the body,
your sleep disturbed, weak baek, headache, despondency, melancholia, palpitation
of the heart, unable to concentrate your thoughts, poor memory, easily fatigued,
specks before the eyes, aversion to society, lack of ambition, will power depleted,
dizzy spells, poor circulation, to feel coM, lifeless and worn oat, primarily induced
in many eases by abuses, excesses and overwork.
S&iecessf&i! Treatment for Weakness
Dosing the system with powerful stimulants and tdnics in an effort to restore functional vigor can have bat one
final result: The condition is rendered worse than before. ''Weakness' is merely an indication of a low form of
inflammation in the prostate gland, and the inflammation is but aggravated by stimulating remedies that excite
temporary activity. "We employ the only scientific and fully effective treatment for "weakness" which effects a
permanent cure by restoring the prostate gland to a sound and healthy state. We obtain complete results in
every case we treat.
One man in every four has some degree of varicocele; three-fourths of all cases of varicocele have been up against
doctors who advertise to cure without an operation, which is an absolute impossibility. We have been caring vari
cocele for seventeen years, and can show business men here in the city by the score who will be more than
glad to tell any man who is afflicted with varicocele all about their experience .with our certain and absolute cure
by our strictly painless operation. Now we wish to ask any man who has varicocele it he would like to be cured.
If so, will he go to a specialist who will introduce him to any number of first-class leading business men here
in the city who have been cured, or will he hand over his money to a would-be specialist who carries a bom
bastic advertisement, saying he ean cure without operation, and who cannot show a single reliable man whom he
has cured? Read this over and think about it.
Going Out of Business
Closing Out at Cost our entire stock of Wagons,
Buggies, Harness, Horse Blankets, etc The entire
stock must go.
Also our Blacksmith Shop for sale All tools and
machinery and general supplies. The oldest estab
lished and best equipped shop in El Paso. It's a bar
gain for somebody.
The Buildings Are For Rent.
Here's a Healthy and a
Health brings happiness, and a
care-free, wholesome, out-door life
brings health to the boys.
The youngster in the picture almost
lives outdoors in his overalls. He
hasn't a care on earth. No need to
be careful in every move he makes,
for fear of soiling or tearing his clothes.
You'll never hear his mother call
ing out of the window "Tommy, stop
that, you' 11 ruin your suit. ' He does
not wear that kind of clothes when
he is out playing with the "kids."
This bov wears
WOEoO -- -2J-
which' can't possibly be ripped, which
are constructed for absolute comfort
and freedom of motion. And it does
not matter if they do get soiled, for
they are easily washed, and are again
as good as ever,
And Mother is
Especially so if economy is a consid
eration. School and Sunday Clothes
will last a wonderfully long time if the
boy wears overalls while playing, and
her boy will always look trim and
This wise mother knows that there
are long-wear Overalls, and the
other kind. When she buys Over
alls, she insists on having the best
TUOt B3m .&
Made and Guaranteed by
LEVI STRAUSS & CO.
A new pair FREE if they rip.
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s an r iMiiskVfiL
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9 a i&a&.
Corner Overland and Santa Fe Sts
Our improved methods cure in less
than half the time required by old
forms of treatment. 'When we dis
cbarge a patient as cured he 'will
stay cured, and a relapse is impossible.
Specific Blood Poison
This loathsome and treacherous
disease we cure by mild cleansing,
remedies, which eradicate every
taint. All cases cured m 30
Our equipment for treating ob
struction is superior to that of ,aay
other specialist. Pain fa entirely
eliminated, and -we cure the most
difficult cases with absolate certainty.
Rectal diseases are the least trouble to eure of any we treat, especially if they have not been neglected or badly
treated for so long that the diseasedregion has reached a stage where removal k necessary to establish a healthy
connection. While rectal diseases are aggravating and painful and very debilitating-, temporary relief ean be
accomplished quickly, though constant treatment, frequently from two to three months, is necessary in nearly all
severe eases to effect a complete and lasting eure, simple piles we eure in one treatment of 30 minutes. The
success we make in treating rectal diseases comes from observation and practice that has been a repetition of suc
oesses. We have gathered ideas and followed the lines of practice of leading rectal specialists, which has prepared
us to render satisfactory service to many rectal sufferers who have heretofore been disappointed in taking treatment.
EUPTTJRE We cure without surgery in shortest time possible.
AH afternoon and evening trains for
weanesaay are reported on time.
Dr. A. T. Still Ostcopthlc Infirmary.
Dr. Ira W. Collins, physician In chief;
Dr. Amelia Burk. Dr. Grace Parker. Dr.
Paul R. Collins, consulting physicians;
201 West Missouri street.
charged that the coal traffic bureau
was organized by IS railroads for the
purpose of establishing unreasonable
31akcH Lone Hike to Settle Wncer.
Portland, Maine, March G. Leading
a donkey and wearing a khaki uniform,
B. H. Anderson, of Butler. Pa., left
Portland to settle an election bet on
Theodore Roosevelt by walking from
this city to Portland, Oregon.
Dm. Broii n, dentists. 2G Mills Bldg.;
For house TTlrlnc and fixtures see
the National Telegrapnone and Supply
Company, 317 Mills street.
Goen To Cananea Position.
M. M. Cushman. who has been em
ployed In the local city ticket office of
the BI Paso & Southwestern railroad.
will leave Saturday for Cananea, Mexico,
wnere ne is to be assistant to traffic
manager Casey Stites, of the Cananea
Consolidated Copper company. Mrs.
Cushman will accompany him.
Dr. Klein, diseases or lungs, stomach.
Intestines. Roberts-Banner Bldg.
Dr. RoblnKon. disease of children, ana
obstetrics, 211 Roberts-Banner Bld.
Cool Company Gets His Damages.
Philadelphia. . Pa.. March 5. Con
firming a finding of the Interstate
Commerce commission, a jury In the
united States district court returned
a Terdict awarding to W. F. Jacoby
& company, coal mine operators. $228.
458.25 against the Pennsylvania Rail
road company. The award is based up
on alleged discrimination by the raiJ
? company in furnishing coal cars
The distribution of the 1913 1 Paso
City Directory has been completed.
Anyone who has not been supplied by
the publishers may obtain the Directory
at the International Book & Stationery
Co.. or P. H. Cur-an's.
Iloward X. Thompson Dies In X. Y.
New York, X. Y, March 5. Iloward
K. Thompson, a widely known corre
spondent and writer, died suddenly at
his home here last night. 04 r. Thomp
son for many years was connected
with the Associated Press as a member
of the Washington staff and later as
a correspondent in St. Petersburg and
Paris. Of late years he bad been en
gaged in business in New York.
Prompt Transfer Service.
For prompt baggage. livery, hack
and freight transfer, call Pomeroys El
Paso Transfer. Phone 2444".
Minister to Chile Ready to Resign.
Santiago. Chile. March 5. Henry P.
Fletcher, United States minister to
Chile, emphatically denied the report
published in America that he had re
fused to resign as is the custom when
the presidency changes hands. He de
clared that his resignation would be
sent to Washington immediately if de
SKIN, KIDNEY, RECTAL AND BLADDER DISEASES,
EASES, DISEASES OF MEN, DISEASES OF WOMEN.
Will be sent to any address in a plain sealed envelope FREE of charge provided you mention this paper aad en
close four cents, the actual cost of postage.
They will prove interesting reading to all, no matter whether side or well, as they disease not only the causes,
changes and treatment of the above class of afflictions, but, they also tell how to prevent' many diseases.
CONSULTATION, EXAMINATION AND ADVICE FREE.
SPECIAL NOTICE We request all sick people and those earning here for
treatment to inquire of the banks and leading business men as io who are the
most reliable and successful specialists in the city. '
Office Hours: 9 a. m. to 8 p. m. Sunday 10 to 2.
DR. KETCHERSU) & CO.
(Established 6 Years.)
El Paso, Texas.
Oregon Grocery, 805 N. Ore., phone 1721.
Chiropodist, 3rs. Benson, Herald Bldg.
.. ?" T- Jf- Crowder. eye, ear, nose and
throat. 412-13 Mills Bldg., phone 1009.
Ml?l6-B8?phSonnf- o.t-ptb. 410
Adjudicate Canal Zone Claims.
J!' March 5 The joint land
Sw?mI , n Piointed to adjudicate
S LJ?" .h.e,d ln Private ownership
thftg,iiiULWork- i ls estimated
i wit i IuTji ,. vwue oi tne prop
tLAtSJr5dj?dLt?a is said to be
,-,., aiiu fO.UVU.UOO.
Omh at'niHhM Spf ,alis. Mills Bldg
upen at night by appointment Phone 788
veSaT "5SS" -SHI"
tSoenffiL"? ileading Htera-
tornJS "s'L?1 States district at
of ?he Jo vt,ey In outlining the case
of tl 8i ,YernBnt against the officers
opment'comptn'y1 Lumber & DeVe'-
dren i0rd 0,5trlc. diseases of chil
oren& kidneys. Fevers. digestive A nerv
ous diseases. 21! Roberts-Banner Bldg
hli!uamle,on' diseases or kidnevs
manner, rectum and skin: 618 Mills Bldg
Seek to Dissolve TraMIc Barean.
h-!r ?us- M arch 5 A suit has
een tiled in the federal district court
nere asaint th. St T.ouis ', Traffi
nuroui to tnj. ir it fro-n mhrs i
r t-. a a r. t:
Chicago Openi Court For Girls.
Chicago, III.. March 6. A girl's court,
for the examination of delinquent girls
in private hearings, has been opened
here in connection with the juvenile
court. Miss M. M. Bartelme, for 16 years
public guardian, was appointed by
judge Plnkney of the juvenile court,
as master to conduct the hearings. The
purpose of the court is to protect girls
from humilitv and to make their
statements without embarrassment.
Mexican Herald on sale at news
wagon, Oregon and San Antonio.
Compromise Oleomargarine Cases.
Chicago, 111., March 5. Word was re
ceived at the office of United States
Stop a cough before It
develops something mora
Is The Remedy TIicC
Does the "Work.
It relieves coughing imrr.cdl
ately, eases soreness In, tho
lungs, loosens phlegm and
clears the bronchial tubes. It
ls a line family remedy, pleas
ant to take and good for chll
dren and adults.
Price 2Cc 50c and 81.00.
Buy the 11.00 size. It contains
five times as much a3 tho 25c
size, and you get with each bot
tle a Dr Herrick's Red Pepper
Porous Plaster for the chest.
Stephens Eye Salve Cures Sore
district attorney Wilkerson Tuesday
that secretary MacVeagh. of the treas
ury department, had approved the
"compromise" in the oleomargarine
fraud cases In which nine companies
are involved The action of the offi
cial mems that the government will
accept payment of $102,000 for a settle
ment of the prosecutions.
' IS PLATIXG SALT CEDAR.
ALOG PLAINS PROPERTY.
Plainview, Texas, March 5 The
Texas Land and Development company
has received 125,000 cuttings of salt
cedar or tamarack which it will plant
along the roadsides of the $0,000 acres
owned by English capital in the Plain-
neadquartern for Mazda lamps.
Klectrlc Co.. 01 San Antonio St.
Dr. RatUff. dentist, 204 Caples bldg.
Resists Road "Work; I Killed.
Telluride. Colo., March S. Bnptlste
Matteoto. a wealthy mine owner, was
shot and killed in his own dooryard
as the result of his attempt to prevent
road Supervisor W. P. Kogers from
digging a trench in front of his home.
I,ouis Staub, a deputy sheriff, is in
jail pending investigation.
Dr. Garrett, stomach. Intestines and
Internal diseases. 403 Roberts-Ban. Bid.
Had Chickens In Sack.
Antonio Martinex, earning two sacks
filled with chickens, was arrested by the
police Tuesday night. One sack con
tained seven chickens, and there were
five dead ones in the other. Wednes
day morning a Mexican woman called at
the city jail and identified the live
fowls as her property. They were
turned over to her.
C II. William A. Co., 223 S. Stanton.
painting and paperhanglng.
Suei For DaBgntcr's Estnte.
Denver, Colo. March 5. Mrs. 5Soe
Wheeler, stepmother of Miss Candle
Wheeler, the young woman who was
drowned in Bowles Lake last summer,
has entered suit against Dr. J. H.
Meyer and his brother. Otto, legatees
under the young woman's will to $12.
000 worth of life insurance In her
complaint. Mrs. Wheeler charges undue
Dr. camcoa, dentist. 23S Mesa Ave.
Injured While Wrestling.
Glen Doane. who works at the Juarex
race track, was a patient at the emer
gency hospital at the police station
Tuesday afternoon suffering with a
dislocated right knee. Doane stated
that he was wrestling with a boy when
the accident happened.
Dr. Ebert. Dentist. OiG-riS Mills Bldg.
Phone 2. for your drug wants. R. F.
Love, druggist 213 San Antonio St
Itenene Financier From Fire.
New York, N. Y.. March 5. Dr. Se
ward Webb, railroad man and financier
who has been ill for some time, was
rescued by his servants when a fire
on the secone story oi nis noma wn
T'fth avenue, near 53d street threat
. ned to reach his apartment Only
wo weeks ago John D Rockefeller
Ixiught from W Seward Webb the res-
ence in which the fjre occurred. The
I" ice was $1.255 000
Dr. Paget, dentist. 501 Roberts-Banner.
Whv pa $1 00 per hour, when you
in get a. ir work done for 75c per
nour' We . mploy union labor; lowest
lrice- on aerial.
ltHlit llciwe. 110 X. Stanton St.,
TeiH Kleetrleal Supply Company.
1'ozzoni -iOe Rice Powder 23c.
V ' - i- in F'.tra Spunl the cel-
-II P v. 1 r 1 r ru-
' w P
fc.utt Wlule iV Co., Mills Uldc
view country, for which It is ager
The tamarack is a fast growing m
springing up 10 or 13 feet the first
year, and attaining a height of 30 f -
In three years. By planting the cut
tings six feet apart excellent and ne -er
rotting posts can- be grown, im
planting them six inches apart a soli 3
wall hedge can be grown.
Cm. eeat .l
If a policeman speaks unkindly to yox.
Don't strike him hand him a Nebo.
The Gloriously good Cigarette
Watch his face light pp.
Hear him say, "Beg Pardon."
El each paclmap
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