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EL PASO HERAXD
Wednesday, farcli 5, 1913
Main Store Grocery Dept., 4340; Meat Dept., 4346.
Store No. 2 Grocery Dept., 4717; Meat Dept., 4714.
Here Is More Profit
and less Worry, if you pay cash at either of these two
stores. You will never realize how much you are los
ing, if you buy groceries on credit, until you pay cash
We Will Save You
Krinkle Kom Flakes, four pkgs. . ..... .r.-. ...-. -25c
Cream of Wheat, per pkg -. .-...:. . . 15c
Shredded "Wheat, 2 pkgs . .:. . ... ... . .25c
Rolled Oats, extra quality, 3 pkgs ..-.- 25c
Florida Grape Fruit, choice, firm, 3 for 25c
Oranges, California stock, per doz '. .25c & 30c
California Canned Fruits, 3 lb. cans, 3 for 50c
Asparagus Tips, uniform quality, per can 1 0c
Asparagus Tips, white, 2 lb. can, each 20c
Arkansas Black Apples, 6 lbs 25c
Grape Jelly, really home made, per glass .. 1 0c
Plum or Currant Jelly, really home made, 2-for . . . 25c
Comb Honey, valley product, 2 for 25c
Lenox Soap, heavy bars, seven : 25c
All White Soaps, 6 bars-. . .;. .... ...-.. 25c
Pearl White Soap, 7 bars . . :. . ?:.: 25c
Dutch Cleanser, 3 cans . . . ,s.:...:.j. . 25c
Bon Ami or Sapolio, 3 bars .- 25c
Gold Dust, largest size, pkg 20c
Concentrated Lye, 2 cans 1 5c
Powdered Borax (20 Mule Team) 2 for 1 5c
Starch, either gloss or corn starch, 2 for 1 5c
Lump Starch, 4 pounds - 25c
Pink Beans, 4 lbs. . v. ...... ... .:. .. .. . .25c
Speckled Beans, New Mexico Grown, per lb 5c
Best Granulated Sugar, 20 lbs $1.00
Blue Ribbon Eggs, guaranteed fresh, doz 30c
Blue Ribbon Flour, guaranteed for all family use
24 lbs. sack . . . .80c 48 lb. sack . . .$1.55
Blue Ribbon Coffee (free of chickory) 35c
BIG SPRINGS MAY
GET FREE DELIVERY
Big Spring, Tex, March 5. Post
master G. H. Sparenberg has received
word from the department at Wash
ington that his request for the estab
lishment of free delivery of mail in
TREAL OF PLAPAO
Awarded GoM Medal and IMpIema Over
All Competitors, Zateraatieaal Expo.
Bitten, Home, aad Grand Prix. Paris.
ETC AST'S PLAPAO-PAD8 are a wonderful
treatment for rupture, curing as they do the
vrorst forms in the privacy of the home with
out hindrance from work and at alight expense.
k,t KTTTAKT'S PLAPAO -PADS
that von can throw away the painful trass
altogether, as the Plapao-Pads are made to
care rupture and not simply to hold it; bat
as they are made self-adhesive, and when
ioher.ng closely to the body slipping is im
posible, therefore, they are also an important
L. tor a R'auune rnctare that cannot be
" hv z truss. 20 STRAPS, BUCKLES OB
",1TCGi oft as Vc'ret Easy to Apply.
1 ' - j1 "LbT - es, Elorc 23 St Lon Is, Mo.,
j. ic-z-s i-u-E irial Plapao to oil who write.
Big Springs -will be acted upon at
V. Rosenwater, of Sweetwater, is
here te open a dry goods establish
ment. A city election has been ordered to
be held in April to elect two aldermen,
the terms of two of the present incum
bents expiring at that time.
H. " I. Cook has purchased an in
terest in the Wood Cash Grocers- u-hi.-v.
is moving to the Ambrose building.
Quite a number of farmers are plan
ning to enter for the prizes offered
by the Texas Industrial congress.
H. R. Hayden has purchased the
J. M. Robb has let the contract for
new moving picture theater. When
completed the building and furnishings
will cost $12,W.
Mrs. W. R. Morris died at her home
13 miles north of this city, at the age
of 29 years.
The cottage of Will Davis was totally
destroyed by fire. There was insur
ance on the house, but none on the
Dan Wilson, engineer on the county's
steam roller, used in the building of
the new roads, was seriously injured
by being struck on the head by -i
heavy hammer while the roller was
bemp repair, iL He is partially para
Z'U from th effects of the blow.
Tii'tr 1 1 c 'U-t ' "s adjourned. 1h-o-
Ti i L- rt ,s indictments ff ,.:
f r f : a - at.i Lwo for misdemeanors.
j ARIZONA POINTS
One Is Ordered at Fort Huncnnca and '
one at IJourIok Fort UUs Soldier
Dnys Hi Discharge.
A general court-martial has been
appointed to meet at Fort Huachuca.
Ariz., at 10 ociock today, for the trial 1
. of such persons as may be properly I
brought before it. The detail for the
j court consists of the following: Capt.
.Harry u. wimard, quartermaster, 5th
cavalry; Capt. Clarence R. Day. 6th
cavalry; Capt. George B. Rodney, 5th !
cavalry; Capt Joseph A Worthington, I
medical corps; 1st Lieut Daniel D.
J. Kly, 5th cavalry! 1st Lieut Thomas
H. Cunningham, 5th cavalry; 1st Lieut
Ralph M. -Parker. 5th cavalry; 1st Lieut
John G. Winter. 5th cavalry; 2d Lieut
Alexander L. James. Jr., 5th cavalry,
judge advocate. The judge advocate is
authorized to employ a reporter.
A general court-martial has also been
appointed to meet at the camp of the
United States troops at Douglas, Ariz.,
at 10 ociock a. rru for the trial of such
persons as may be properly brought be
fore it Tho detail for the court is as
follows! Capt Kenzie W. Walker. 9th
cavalry; Capt Charles E. Stodter, 9th
cavalry; Capt Henry Gibbins. 9 th cav
alry; Capt Leonard L. Deitrick, 9th
cavalry; 1st Lieut Emil Engel, 9 th
cavalry; 1st Lieut John G. Ingold,
medical corps; 2d Lieut George E. A
Reinburg. 9th cavalry: 2d Lieut Sidney
V. Bincham, 9th cavalry; 2dTLIeut
Henry W. Harms, 9th cavalry; 1st Lieut
Thomas E. Cathro, 9th cavalry. Judge
advocate. The judge advocate Is author
ized to employ a reporter.
Private Richard Dome., troop A, 2d
cavalry. Fort Bliss, will be discharged
Pursuant to instructions from the
war department first lieutenant George
F. Bailey, 2d cavalry, has been ordered
from Fort Hancock, to Fort Bliss, to
command that portion of his troop now
at Fort Bliss.
Eli PASO THEATER.
Tonight Oscar Hammerstein pre
sents "Naughty Marietta," with Flor
ence Webber. The seat sale is on at
HIPPODROME SKATIXG RINK.
Skating is the best way to cure the
blues. There are three frolics daily;
come and Join the bunch. The man
agement has engaged the highest priced
act before the nublic today The Ver
nons which will appear all next week.
This Is something that can not afford
to be missed. adv.
CRAWFORD, "MAarZELLB TOXIGHT
After seeing the French surprise
novelty. "ilam'Zelle, one readily un
derstands why the Crawford is doing
a nightly "turn-away" business with
the Glass players. The best advertis
ing that a show can have is not pur
chasable satisfied patrons. Ask any
who have witnessed "Mam'Zelle." Night
prices, 25. 35 and 50 cents. Matinees,
10 and 2 cents. adv.
COMEDT AND PATHE WEEKLY.
The Wigwam has another of its big
Wednesday programs today. There are
two Biograph comedies, a Pathe Amer
ican comedy and the Pathe Weekly.
The latter has views of the New Or
leans Mardl Gras, Bud Fisher drawing
Mutt and Jeff pictures, and eight other
current events of Interest
At night there will be a ragtime
and popular music program on the unit
orchestra. The human voice pipes will
also be used. adv.
MANAGER FOGG HAS A "WORD.
Company manager Glass and myself
feel that in all justice to the public, we
cannot hold reserved seats later than
8 o'clock at night, nor the box seat re
serves for the matinees later than 2:15.
Since presenting "Mam'Zelle" and pre
viously, as wejl patrons have been
turned away as a reest of holding tick
ets beyond the regular release time.
thereby disappointing many and suf
fering a money loss ourselves. Tele
phone reservations are earnestly in
vited, but under the above con
ditions. Reserves can be had at Ryan's
drug store phones 698 and G29. How
ard Fogg, manager Crawford theater.
ATTENTION SHRINE SHOW PEOPLE.
All those who are to take part in the
Shrine show will please meet Thursday
night at 8 p. m. at Scottish Rite hall.
420 San Antonio. Adv.
ROBBERS TORTURE VICTIM?
TRY TO POISON HER. n.VBY
New York March 5. Robbers tor
tured Mrs. Harry Jacobs, wife of a
postal clerk, by binding and gagging
her and in her presence offering her
16 months old baby a slice of bread
spread with poison because she would
not reveal where she kept her money,
according to the story she told the
After binding the mother and tying
the baby in its highchair, Mrs. Jacobs
said, the three men took a bottle
marked "Poison from a closet where
arugs were Kept and poured the con
tents on a bit of bread. The mother
was told she would see the baby die
unless she gave the Information
"Nod your head if you will tell us."
one of the trio said to Mrs. Jacobs, as
he held the bread out to the child.
The baby knocked it to the floor.
They repeated the offer and the baby
again refused the poison. Abandoning
this effort the men searched the apart
ments. A pocketbook containing $23
was stolen and the thieves left the
house before Mrs. Jacobs could release
herself and giTe the alarm.
Ma Jf " I " A. g g I M
Sitary Heights Prices Are 50 Bel
1st. It has water,
2nd. it has elec
tricity. 3rd. It has tele
4th. It is within one
block and a half of
good street car
125 to $150
10 Cash, $5
No interest and
5th. It is high and level
and is just far enough
out to be out of the
smoke and dust
6th. Thousands of dol
lars are being spent in
Military Heights a sure
investment for every one.
Phone us for an engaf
426 IVIills Building
menf and let us show you
USE FOR RESiNOL
H EVERY HOME
HAS PICTURE OF BATTLE.
J. D. Horan, of the Bowers Rubber
company of Los Angeles, was here
Tuesday on his way to Is Angeles
from Mexico City, where he was in the
battle there. Ke has a number of
Photographs of the battle showing
burned bodies in the streets, the rooms
In the American club and the wrecked
.on'Uon: Notice is hereby given
that there have been seized in this col
lection district, for violation of the cus
toms laws, the below described articles,
which, together with the following de-
SCPlhftf! HfUtl.tmnJ ...1 ... - - .J.
Tii Btiu, win oe soia
m iront of the cUBtom house. Bl Paso,
""" ,at ociock a. in.. March 26,
1J13. Anyone claiming the same is re
quired to appear within the time pre
scribed by law. Alfred L. Sharpe. Col
lector of Customs
Seizures Nos. 8723. l lot ladles' wear
ing apparel; 8770. J7 Panama hate. 30
silk shawls, 4 prs. gloves; 8790 1 rifle, 1
;Lamnitlon: S802' J shawl: 8812. 1
silk cloth; 8S25. 1 wool shawl; 8826 1
Sf'ftJl?!fi08:-,88aV drawnwork waist
? fT 'Jf1' X Jot handkerchiefs; 8842.
ssic handkerchiefs; 8845, 1 mantilla;
8848 4 ailk shawls. 20 ydV silk, l lot
cartridges: 88, 3 razors; 8857. 1 lot
drawnwork, 2 purses; 8861. 1 lot hand
J5?whilft; S8 lot we8JW apparel;
fill- 1l?oton,tow.el8: 887. 8 spoons;
888S 1 silk shawl; S80. 1 lot handker-
2!,sfs"c0e!?:,mi- i motion picture
films; S889. 1 saddle. 1 bridle; 8905 6
pes, lace-work: 8910, 1 wool shawl:
till WO?1 hMrl: 82S, 1 revolver;
8929. 1 wool shawl; 8980. 1 aCf; 8931.
1 scarf: 8943 1 silk scarf; 8944. 1 stll
le"o; 8945, 1 scarf; 8947, 2 collars;
fflf.1.3- drawnwork, 1 blanket:
8949. 1 silk shawl; 85i. 1 wooi blanket;
8954, 1 wool blanket; 8961. 1 wool blan
ket; 8962. 1 lot handkerchiefs and col
lars; 8963, 1 wool blanket: 8964. 1 lot
drawnwork; 8965, 1 waist pattern;
8966, 1 wool blanket; 8977, 3 pes. drawn
work; 8979. 1 silk shawl; 8980. 1 silk
shawl; 8985. 1 lot handkerchiefs: 8988.
J PC. drawnwork; 8993. 1 motion pic
ture film; 9000, 1 lot handkerchiefs;
9002, l -wool blanket etc.; Unclaimed
goods Nob. 6. 8 table-covers. 11 nap
kins. 6 pes. linen: 11. 3 pes. baggage;
12, 1 pc. baggage; 11. 1 pc. oaggase: 14,
39 lbs. wool: It;. 1 lot handkerchiefs. 3
pillow-covers, -24, 1 lot jtv.lry: 25. 1
Panama hat I; cotton --hirts 27. 1
wool blnnl,. t . 'j s.i-l !I - - 1 aso
whiskr . ', ' v. vt,t -. .'" 'i-..
I se Domentlr Cof.
Southwestern Fed Co.
Keep That Soothing. Healing: Ointment
Alwnya Ready for Use
The same soothing, healing, antisep
tic medication which makes Resinol
Ointment so successful for eczema and
ether skin eruptions, makes it also the
ideal household remedy for a score of
troubles that constantly arise In every
home. It quickly heals burns, scalds
and wounds: is an excellent dressing
for ulcers, felons, boils, and stubborn
sores; stops itching at once; gives
prompt and permanent relief from
piles, and is Invaluable for many
minor skin troubles such as cold-sores,
pimples and chaflngs.
Resinol Ointment positively contains
nothing of a harsh or injurious na
ture. It Is absolutely pure and so
gentle, yet effective, that it can be
used freely on the most Inflamed sur
face or the tenderest skin, even of a
tiny baby. Doctors have prescribed it
for 18 years. You can test it free bv
writing to Dept. 3-S, Resinol. Balti
more. Md.. for a generous sample and
a miniature cake of Resinol Soap. Ev
ery druggist sells Resinol Ointment In
two sizes, opal jars, fifty cents and a
Gives your Boy s start
PW 1 147. J. P. Mullku Pia.
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We give gas for extraction.
203 Trnst BHg. Phone 5S7.
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train iu uie uo
I AllcocKs Piasters renere promptly
and at the same time
strengthen side and restore energy.
Pslns In the Back
JUIcocKs Plasters haye no equal.
as Botaiag eise can.
AUcock's 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.
AllCli!S Lotion-J&fcrigSfw. 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.
c J c im sismns far isaii kettle.
ALLCOCK MANUFACTURINQ CO. 274 Canal Street, New York.
FARMERS and LAND-OWNERS!
When you are ready to level your
land for Alfalfa & Frnit, send for me,
I CAN SAVE YOU MONEY.
D. E. H. MANIGAULT.
Civil Engineer & Surveyor,
410 Caples BWg., El Paso, Tex.
ASSAYERS & CHEMISTS
Custom Assay Office
CEITCHETT & FERGUSON
Assayers Chemists Metallurgists
AGENTS FOR ORE SHIPPERS
210 San Francisco St
Bell Phone 334. Auto Phone 1334.
We ne the Dlctopuone.
DR.irCHOS'S I1CSINESS COLLEGE
R. F. Bavin, Manager. Phone 14S4. I
When vou need a Pill
take a BrandretKs Pitt
For CaMSTIPATIOK, BILIOUSNESS, HEADACHE, DIZZIHESS-
IKDIQE8TION, Etc Purely Vegetable
ELKS ADOPT NEW
PLAN IN ELECTION
Clyde F. Holmes Is Chosen Exalted
Italcr and Hereafter Officer Will
Advance from Cnalr to Chair.
Tuesday night Bl Paso loose No. 187
of Uie Elks, held Its annual election
of officers and a new idea was Inaugur
ated, the officers advancing from chair
Capt. T. J. Eeall, the first exalted
ruler of the El Paso lodge, was made
a life member by vote of the lodge
and on April 1. at which time the in
sulation of the newly eleoted offi
cers will be held, he will be presented
with a gold life membership card.
There were nearly 100 members
present at the election, the largest at
tendance at the lodge in several months
The new officers, who will be in
stalled on April 1 are: Clyde P,
Holmes, exalted ruler; Max Kauffman.
leading knight; Hoy T. Barnum. loyal
knight: F. J. Hewitt, lecturing knight:
K. J. Anderson, secretary; A. T. Sam
worth, tiler; F. M. Murchison, treas
urer; George Thel&en. trustee: "W. W.
Bridge, delegate, and Walter H. Scott,
alternate delegate, to grand lodge,
which meets at Rochester, N. Y., in
RAI.V AND SXOW AT BLGIX.
Elgin. Arte., March h. Two inches
and one-half of ratn and three inches
of snow fell in the Kljrin valley and
surrounding country within the past
week, making an unusually fine sea
son for soil preparation for the year's
BI.IZ7.ARD AT IVKBD.
Weed. N. M.. March 5. A terrific j
m.DS c vi sn hit id vriiE in c;nir ,
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FROM SAN ANTONIO
Special Train Will be Bun to BrlnE
Delegates toe Cattlemen's
Convention at Bl Paso.
San Antonio. Texas. Maroh 5. This
section will be largely represented at
the annual convention of the Pan
handle and Southwestern Stockmen's
association, which will be held at -Bl
Paso March 18 to 21. Reservations
for Pullman berths have been made by
the San Antonio delegation. Members
of the Texas Cattle Raisers associa
tion have arranged to attend In a sod.
The G. H. & S. A. railway will run a
special train leaving Victoria at H:
a. m. March 16 to accommodate the
delegates from this section. Three or
four sleepers will be added at San An
tonio. The sleepers will be parked for
arrival at Kl Paso. In case of inade
quate accommodations at fcl Paso the
delegates wiU use the cars as sleeping
q"promTneatt among h"rJjomkcthI"
section to attend wU be Col. Ik T
Pryor. former president of the Cattle
Risers association of Texas i ai.,1 Al
McFaddin. of Victoria, the present head
of that organisation. Both will de
ll ver ad dj-eMesbeorethecon v e n 1 1 o n .
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OF SANTA CLAltA 1NDLVXS
W.isl.nnrt.in. T C. March 5 Solici
tor K'l'i-i' William Marshall Bullitt
has pre, nt. l before the 1 s supreme
court thf irimrnmfnfs hrief in the
case of rliic sjandoval, charged witii
Introducing; intoxicating liquor into the
Indian countrj, among the Santa Clara
puehlos of V. w Mexico
-.lienor . r il Bullitt, in his brief.
id. tii - ' - i ernment ? cm tminn
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RELIEVES IN FIVE
neln Comes Quietly When HIOMBI is
Used for Catarrh.
The quick relief that comes from the
HYOMEI treatment for catarrh and au
troubles of the breathing organs is re
markable. Put a few drops of liquid
HYOMEI in the pocket Inhaler that
comes with every outfit, and before you
have used the treatment for five min
utes you wiU notice relief from your
catarrhal troubles. .
It gives a tonic healing effect to the
air you breathe. klUs all "
germs, stops the poisonous "cretli
Jnd sniffling, soothes the Irrtuw led
mucous membrane and makes a marked
improvement in the WiieMl health.
HYOMEI Is not a cure all; It has but
one aim. the relief of catarrh wl
huskySoice. ttAHn nose,
droppings in the thr. ?rfJ!r.
strength, spasmodic J& " t
ing of tightness across PP,p'rj
of the chest, general weakness and de-billt-..
or any other symptoms OI ca
tarrh, uiu siouKl begin to "
HYOMKI at once, it will destroy au
iisease erernis in t'ie nose, throat ana
luners and riake a iul k and permanent
cure 'f catarrh
HVOMKi .ii.es not contain cocaine
or an habit -form-tig drug. The com
plete outfit coats J100. extra bottles if
later needed 50 cents. Kelly & Pollard
and druesTists everywhere. Yd v.
independent Assay umse
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AgtBt far Or Shipper Attogi oU
Cismfcol Asmlgtls. mlint Eximlitti
oMi Kioortti tfjxm. gaHten Vttrk
& P.O.Box a.
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Cer. Sta Fnsdsca & esasssSnas Aa
Use Herald Want Ads.
we are ottering some
real bargains in station
ery. Have picked from
our immense stock dozens
of boxes and placed on
a bargain table to close
out at bargain prices
some at half the regular
inlDTna' t! 1 iu"r
iii i 3 into tne
!" 108 Mesa Ave. 1
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