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EL PASO HERALD
Want Share in Responsibil-
itv: Will Hear Bier Speak- j
ers Who Come Here.
"Al pfuplo want to hae a hand in
tins La men's Missionary convention
' if we want to register and pay our
cJnllaifi tin- same as the white men of
i lie oitv." declared Ke. O W Robin
son, jtaHtor of the Set olid Jtaplist iNe
Kio) thurch of I 1 r.iso, to H. 11. Durkeu.
e(utivo .i(iitji of the committee
in hargj oi the plans for the conea-
mr people w.nit to have some share
!n the lcipoiiMbilltj for this work. Wo
nit to fnl tiat we have, by our ef
forts, help-(1 to make the convention a
u . . t-H We w ill take up the work
w illtnlj, -'1 tIl . and I .im mmc th
coluifd rai of 1-1 Paso will make an
c 11 nt hhowintf in the numb r of
r gistr.itione made for the coneiition."
penkrrp for TV rprum
Mi Hurk'" thanked the minuter and
tlii him th.it arrangements had been
in.tiif to hae the in cro radi of the city
attend the sessions of the convention,
)T ihe wiPh"d We would rather have
cm own meetings, said the minister.
"A e w ill hj a big meeting e ery
riulit if iu will f nd us one of our
-i' ikrs" Mi lurkee agreed to this
nil the nKro men of tin ctt will now
i .i chitui to hoar the mtsionury
u..rk- ami iMititipate in the work
tin t -re fo term
i'iilar i 1 i -is haw been taken with
i u rinee to the Mexican Protectant of
th t H Speakers will be sent to them
No, at won)- local Mexican miRNion, and
trjinHlator will translate thi talks to
More Speokern iinounceiT.
Mmost dailv. those in charge of the
T'J 'I m for tht coming convention iecoie
- me in w .iflsuidiice that the meetinif
- coiiig to l. greiter than at fn st
ejMited. V aterday, for Instame, 1h'
l !!"iiik iniiiouiicenient wan recent d
1 he program has already Ik en an
f nib u rassint-pt of riches, but now
no the information drUse "U"
M Gilbert, of Boston, with Ins motion
i-iMur s including the great ( it mih
Fin film entithd "The Dawn of a New
1 ' or "1 he Ki demptlon of Jim," also
nnitton pictures of missionai work in
C hina, and Jndla '
In addition to the Impressive motion
to tun's of iiiitiiMi,ir w ork at home
fnl nhroaii tin ! will lie beantifullv
1 ired st r n,itn ,m traelociit s pre-
i iin- lift tnd mission work In
M ka, Afrit a and other countries,
with di rci ipt mmis by doctors Young,
iwther and other missionaries, direct
nun ln tijUi Tli re may be pictures
wr night, vtill oi m motion, as cur
' nil raisers or (losing features of a
wi ndrful i h and varied program
T our a,T ! long list of great
t urhi mis'-1 on it n.. we now add tin
u i me of Thomas Moody of frn a, J"
. -irs on thi I'ongo Mood Is a whirl-
ml on the platform, his first-hand
knowledge of newl discovered em-
r v his acintflating wit and mission
r fror will put Africa on the map,
f i in most pioiniiil deacon that ever
-! ropped a- nickel m the collection
, 1 tie '
Kargo, X h, with a population of
" O'irt, enrolled VH0 delegates in the
fiiit of the P.iufw coast series of con
ditions Th same proportion of at
tendance would in .in S.900 registered
dt If gates In KI J'aco
The chaml" r o( ininmerce in Pacra
i onto subsi ribed one-fourth of the
guarantee fund for the Sactamcnto con-
Vargo, K P. Fresno, Calif, as El
Tiio will do, opened their conentions
itU large mens dinners after tin man
ner of tha campaigns of six j cars .ipo.
Tm teams of deputation workers,
Mnidfeig ten nicftMiKR on a single week
i'i- is scaitfH morn than a tpical
--ilud-ule for the deputation committee
i ti paratorj to the j.os Angeles conen-
1 M II
me hundred and fourteen towns wre
' oertonted in one of the recent middle-
icrsmento m doing preliminary
i k in 12- outlying town.
Tin Taeoma number of commerce
t- Ttds 1hi hospitality of It- romnio-
h us aivl bt ti tifully appoirtd club
.'in , i(, thf i oninuttee and out of town
!rlfates tlnoughout the ccmvention,
nt(J recerll gae a reception to about
i omniittt f workers preparatui to
1 ho coin option
Nperlnl Itallrood Itatrs.
special nonentlon rates liae Lef n
l .Tiled by i he lailroads to the Port
1 mil conveirtion and a number f otlier
i iranlsationft. in order to secure the
' nefit of the strong convention pro
,T.im. and also the special railroad
' it. are planning state or district con
ntions just pt lor to r following the
T a mens' Mnionary convention.
1 ht conntion schedule for the fu
tur dates includes the following:
February -11 Seattle. Wash.
T bruary 1? -Taeoma. Wash
I iinuary 1V1 '. Portland. Ore
V binary H.-l' Sacramento, alif
l . ruary i-j K(1n Fiancisco, Calif.
IVbruary ZZ-", Fiesno, Calif
February 1-27 Los Angeles. Calif.
Mai h 1-2 San Diego, Calif.
Match o-8 HI Taso.
Why It Does The Work
" oaTITj TONGUE: If the ton cue
ri iMted the atomach and inteF
i im s are roated the coat will re-
iiain on tne tongtif until remoel
torn atoiiMch ai.d intestine.
M'dime will not remou thf coat
ih.it is done by bile fromthe
er Ko-slr'. luice from the stom-
" li and pdm natl fluid from the
i un nas ITOLOX fore these
ifnR tn pupplv thene fluids and
iht' mat ries whin those organs
M'K HEATiACHK Caused by an
i-eess of acid in the stomach
'"cod sours, pas forms, nerves are
nutated, tin re is disziness and
M-nsatlons of blindness VITO
LOX neutralizes the acid, quiets
ih nerve pnwntK the formlns
"f Kas it le.niMiiK to the bowels.
KIUU'MATISM It poison Is not
rlimlnatid from tlir sybtem
throuKh tlie Kidnes and bowels,
n a. i umul.ites and causes rheu
matism. Put tliebe organs to
otk and leanse the blood of
t UK' Arm with VITOIX)X and
lip i iieumatism is cured Six
ottle Mill iuir .in rjHr, or it
Mi ill not oil ion ijM; tent
N leples. lit (tn e of th ('oiup.lin
lio imnuf..i'ture. this remedy
in be Ritu at oui stou and you
ne cordially inited to iijeet liim,
our money v. ill be theerfullv
lefunded if 'VITOLOX does not
-ive satisfaction for nin of the
hove purposes l'rep.ml to any
.iddrcss, C bottles for t tio
Herald Want Ads
Try One and He Convinced.
Dr. Thompson Vacates the
Jttooms Where He watched
a City in the Making.
After bchiK a quarter of a century
and then some in the same office, Ii.
Howard Thompson moed out of the
two rooms that has held him and his
practice and his medicine cabinet for
26 ears, to the Carman apartments at
St. Vrain and Myrtle nenue. where he
can park his automobile out in front
i and not have it taeced by the police or
i be told to more on.
o Money Hut lliirh Fnlth.
I The to rooms are the same that ho
entered a quarter of a century ago. "I
told Mr Morehead then," he said, "that
I Aldn't hae any money but I had an
abundant amount of faith in 1 Paso.
He didn't say much, one way or the
other and I set about to establish mv
practice and I have never since regret
ted the moe."
See Tmin Prom Window.
"At that time." continued the doc
tor. "San Antonio and Oregon street
intersection was the business center of
the city. I could look out of my win
dow am get the whole excitement of
the town And there was some ex
citement, too. at times Now tho busi
ness center has changed to Texas and
Mesa or thafs my view of it. Where
Everybodj store now stand3 there
were two small redwood shanties and a
lot of mesquite bushes. Further up was
nothing but a howling wilderness.
Street ThrouKh Saloon.
"Texas street then had no business
houses upon It and what lots were used
were used for residential purposes.
Judge Frank E. Hunter, ono of my
contemporaries, had his office where
the Paso del Norte hotel now stands:
while West San Antonio street had not
been cut through at all. Folks wanting
to get west of El Paso street Just cut
through he Gem saloon and the gam
'Davis. Beall & Kemp had their of
fices opposite me at that time, as Beall
A Kemp still liae. I sort of hate to
lose the olrl neighborllness. Millard
PatterBo'i was practicing as were also
judge William M. Coldwell, F. E. Hun
ter, A. G Foster, Peyton F. Edwards
and judKc Buckler, who later went to
San Antonio The physicians and sur
geons pi.uticing- when I came to El
Paso weie Dr W X. Vilas, who after
wards went to California: Dr. G. II.
lliggins. Pr S T. Turner, Dr. Ida
Bishop and a Dr. White, whose initials
I have forgotten.
' 1 came to El Pasp after practicing
four ears as a government physician
in the Mescalero indian reservation.
M native home was at Franklin, Ind.
V wife was the daughter of Dr. J. II.
Blazer, who had a lumber mill up In
that countr. and the lumber for many
of the old houses of El Paso was
brought from there on burros, before
the three railroads entered the town.
Port of Minting Men.
"As a matter of fact El Paso was a
sort of dropping off place and, accord
ing to my view, is still a land from
which many men never return. From
personal observation I should say that
more men have come to this city and
have stranded than any other place in
the world: and I know- that more men
have deserted their wives and families
here than any place in the world.
Destined To He firent.
"But I wasn't afraid. I knew that the
town tip to 1881 was nothing but a ren
dezvous for smugglers and that there
was a ranch where the Mill"! building
now stands: and a federal custom
house here because the government
had to place one here. I knew all this
but I knew that geographically, EI
Paso would become a great city and If
1 had had anv money then, today I would
be one of the rich men of El Paso as
I would liae not hesitated a moment
to make investments
Kmi-Ire'of Its linn.
"What I thought then as a struggling
toung man has all come to pass and I
Know- well and good that as time goes
on El Paso will be far greater. I knew
Kansas City back in '69, but It didn't
have the possibilities of El Paso. And
the reason I sav possibilities is be
cause this town has no competition to
the weet save Ixs Angeles, none to the
north save Denver, none to the east
save San Antonio and Port Worth and
certainly none to the south with tho
exception of the City of Mexico. Nor
will she have any competition in Mexl
cor for five years to come as It will
take that time to raise Mexico from Its
I.ns Cruces n Ifnmlet.
"I first came to El Paso in 1S85, ex
pecting to meet a sister who was com
ing east having been in the orient. She
was slow In arriving so I waited and
took in the town. Then I went to the
Mescalero reservation and practiced.
In 1S90 I came back and located. At
that time El Paso had about 10.000
people Las Cruces was a hamlet Ala
mogordo was not on the map. nor was
Carlsbad, noswell was a village and
Carrizoza was nothlne. Pecos was a
hamlet while Marfa, Alpine and Valen
tine were mere flv specks. In the val
ley were only the settlements of Yslcta
and San Ellzarlo. And what a change
has occurred since thou'
"Some may dispute the contention
but I feel confident that not one-fourth
of the mining possibilities In a radius
of S00 miles of El Paso have even been
scratched. Each summer I go. out Into
the unsettled regions and I am amazed
before the immensity of all this terri
tory that is eventually El Paso's trade
?nw Xntlnnn! Park.
"I bellecd In the city and I stayed.
nd now that I am on In years It Is
gratifying to know that everything I
thought then has come true. Not only
did I see the possibilities of the Mesca
lero reservation as a national park but.
20 years, ago, wrote the first letter to
the press advocating the creating of a
national park up there and now it is
going to be done"
VICTOR HAT & CLOTHING CO.
Corner Mesa & San Antonio.
COTTON ADDITION LOTS
Best Buy in EI Pato
A. P. COLES & BROS, AgenU.
THE HOME OF
for Men, Women and Children.
Ban Antonio at Oregna.
; niBMEDUDBED .
Contractor's Car Strikes
Soft Sand on Valley Road;
Brake Has Leg Broken.
Philip Doudreaux turned off of the
paved road, nine miles down the val
ley. Tuesdav afternoon. His big Win
ton "six" struck the soft Band, over
turned and threw Hourtreaux out He
was bruised on the body and mav
have suffered internal injuries.
A. Vadillo, a Mei in laborer who
was riding with Houdreau. was also
thrown out and was cut on the head
Both men were brought to Hotel Dieu
and given treatment. Thev were
brought to the city by Leon Gemoets,
who drives a pay car between El Paso
lloudreaux, who is a contractor and
builder, was returning from Ysleta,
where he has a contract
E. A. Drake had his right leg bro
ken Tuesday afternoon at 5-30 when
ho was struck by an automoble while
crossing North Stanton street, be
tween Wyoming and Boulevard. The
automobile was being driven by A
Capella. a jltne car. Capella took
Drake to Hotel Dieu In his automo
bile. Drake lives at 531 Prospect ave
nue. He is employed by the Savage
D. Gray, to build a brick building
block SI. Magoffin addition: ..til
juaicu COBl 919VU.
To JI. . ! Building company, to build a
brick bungalow on Iota & and 6. block 103
Can 1 I'aso; eatimated coat (2006.
To Otto P. Krocger & Co . to build a alz
story building for the Popular Dry Gooda
company at San Antonio street and Mesa
To Ha fa ft N'alWiJad. to build an adobe at
eaumaieu con $js;,ui
711 Park street; estimated coat 11.-0.
To Joseph Shray, to build a brick build-Ins-
on lots 17 and 18. block 21, Bassett addl- i
tlon; estimated cot $1000.
To Jolly & Morris to make general re- '
pairs at 1810 Arizona street; estimated cost
To M. Sanchez, to build an adobe at 3C13 '
Manzana street; estimated cost $100
To Jose M. l'anlo. to build an adnh. t
Cypress and San Marclal street, estimated
To Goldoft Liquor Co . to make general re
pairs at 41$ South El Paso street, estimated
Lots In Tobin, Texas Itlta O Baker to
Macarla Lopes, lots 5. 6. 7 and ft. block IK?.
Tobin. Texas; consideration $10: February
7, 191. '
Lots In Tobin, Texas rtita O Baker to
Ignaclo D. Baker, lots 1. 2. 3 and i. block
1S9, Tobin. Texas; consideration 10; Feb
ruary 7. 1S1C
Property In Clint, Texaa W F Monahan
and wife to Mrs. L J. Kdgar, wedge shaped
tract adjoining W. M. Bf.ker tract in town of
Clint. Tezas. comprising: one acre: considera
tion JUS: December 11. 1815.
Property in Lafayette Place W. r Payne
to Mrs. Maggie Brasell. tract to, of Lafa
yette Place; consideration 11600; January
South side of Bassett avenue, between
. . .mi. .im a uimui rucviB j. a. jic,ray xo
I Marcos Itodriguez. lot 7 and east half of lot
z. block 25, Banett addition, consideration
S1I30. February 5. 191S
Lots In CI Paso Heights KI Paso Heights
Investment company, to Clifford II Bond of
Cilia county. Arizona, lots 13, 14, 15 and 16.
block 22. KI Paso Heights additions: con
sideration 1250: January 19 1916.
151 Paso county lands Clarence Graham
of Culberson county, to J. M. Daugherty.
sections 2, 4. 10. 12. 14 and 24. block 6.
township 3. Texas & Paciflo locations: con
sideration J4173. February 1. ISIS
Property In East KI Paso It Yabumoto to
Fred A. Llllott and Charles B. Stevens, frac
tional? part f block P. East ETPao addi
tion: consideration 11500; February 2. 191.
West side of HIDs street between First
and Second streets L C Oden and wife to
Annie Berry, lots 4 and 5, block S9. Magof
fin addition, consideration S3750: January 7.
Southwest corner of Itlo Grande and
Maple street Ma field Building JL Improve
ment company to Frank T Stanley. lot 1 and
east hair of lot 2. block 92. Baapett addition:
consideration 32070- November 1. 1915.
Public school land Lytle Mellard tn Nea
Tarbro, section 30. block 67. township 9. pub
lic school lands, containing t0 acres; con
sideration 31000. February S, 1916.
Southeast corner of Stevens avenue and
Hueco street J. IL Nations. C M. Newman.
Ed L Mlllican and F U Sanderson, trus
tees for KI Paso Baptist City Mission board
to W. J. Bule and C M Newman. lots 30. 31
and 32. block 5. Government Hill addition:
consideration 11100; January 22, 191C
Land in Moeller addition Studsbaker
Brothers company of Texas, to Charles B
Stevens, lots C and 7. block 03, of Moeller's
addition to Garden subdivision, considera
tion 325: December 16. 1915.
S341 IV. P. Schumacher. 98 West Mis
souri street, seven passenger Studebaker
5342 El Paso Electric Hallway company.
Trust building; Ford delivery.
6313 Ernest Malone.. 718 Myrtle avenue:
"to passenger r'ord. j
5344 Jose Boris. Encalvntnn street' my- I
en passenger Overland.
5345 C X. Harris. Sll East Overland
street: five passenger Ford
5346 F. B. L.lne. 1203 East OHe street;
five passenger Maxwell
5347 Ramon A Gonzalez, Juarez. Mex..
seen passenger Mitchell
5541; O. Olsen. 3221 Sacramento street:
'even passenger Hudson.
5349 B Diamond. 20) North Stanton
street, five passenger Ford.
5350 Julio Pinal e Y Casa. 1400 East Mis
souri street: seAen passenger Cole.
5351 Sergt Joseph F. Peal, Fort Bliss,
C352 W. C Jerrell. 413 East Franklin
street file passenger Chalmers.
5331 Mrs Ida Cross. 373 Pera street;
fir- --- VtrA
63S2-J-. it Mendenhall. Fort Bliss: fhe
E3:j Lorenzo Madrid. San Ellzaiio. Texav
Pope motorcycle. I
'.334 George D Noll. 804 North Oregon I
street. Plerce-Arrow motorcycle.
530 lira. John T Cain im Hastings
Street: five naaweneer Chevrolet.
Sllr. Acme Laundrr company. 901-:-;
Eaut Missouri atreet. Ford delivery
;JJ7 A. Jlathlan company. 517-19 Eaut
0erland atreet five pxeeenKJir Velie.
:,:j Dr C I Austin. J Nations ave
nue Maxwell roadater.
5339 DouRrlaa Allen. S09 Copper street.
5340 rranclaco Escajeda. SO! South St
Vrain street, aeven passenger Irotoi.
-Licensed In Med.
Antonio Marias to Emma Portlllo.
Antonio Ollvaa to Teresa Perez.
H U Vlrden to Lxah Angel.
Walter I. JIapp to Gladys M Greeon.
Pedro recheco to Lucinda McCarthy.
Harvey Thomas to Laura Price.
Juan B Baca, jr. 3403 San Antonio street.
Tebruary 8. aged one month; burial Taleta,
A. M. Kay. 20 V, Eucalyptus atreet. Feb
ruary 6. sued 39 ears. burial Concordia
Celestln .raghera. Aunt In street and Myrtle
avenue February . atred 7 years; burial
Concordia cemetery Tebruary 7.
James II. Hodg-aon. hotel (Ireat Northern
January :. aged 70 years, burial Concordia
cemetery February 7
Pedro Itanitel, countv hospital. February 4
aced IS years, burial Concordia cemetery
Porlo Toqulnto. Sixth and Tajs street'..
February " aeJ one Jear, burial Concordia
lemetery Tebruary 7
M Morales. February li. aged alx month,
Imrial Concordia cemetery February 7.
To Mrs. C. J. Hill, 717 Williams street.
To Mrs. Joeeph A. Fields, Clint. Texas.
To Mrs George Tencc, Jr.. StS! Alameda
avenue. February 3
To Mrs Thomas A. Dwyer. mj East Rio
Grande street February 4
To Mrs. P. W. Barker, Providence hospi
tal. January 30.
To Mrs. Henry F. Beynaud, 1522 East
Boulevard, February 3.
l'lnc Stationary at low cost. "English
Lawn" at 25c the pound. Is the tnos
economical paper you can always get
more paper or im elopes to mat h what
vou have "left over" m Paso Book
Co. Phone 663, Mills BIdg. "lfa
Dunk botls. Regular Correspondent.'
(Copyright 1915. Adams Syn ) (George Illnsbnm.)
HE postoffice was closed here Feb-
B ruary I, ground hog day being a
i A leorai holiday In Hogwallow.
AVIth the arrival of cold weather Tobe
Moseley put an overcoat on the scar
crow that stood in his watermelon
patch all last summer.
The tin peddler's blind horse ran Into
the mail carrier's busgy In front of the
postoffice Wednesday. Considerable
damage was done. The mall carrier, be
ing a part of the government, has In
formed headquarters of the incident
and asked that the tin peddler be held
to a strict accountability for his act.
Ellick Hellwanger saw In the Tick
ville Tidings where some big man up
at Washington said a foreign foe could
land a million men on our shores In a
month's time. Ellick gave It as his
. I tj .I. . nf nt lll.f nt.mKna. Mn-n I
UpllllUn UJttl WUfc Jt- W.Ufc ..U.l.tJCl OU11.C
of them would get shot. If they started
anything. , I
Every time there is a tragedy some
witness turns up at the critical time
and muddles the evidence by declaring I
that he heard about two more pistol i
shots than were really fired. j
Frisbv Hancock's watch underwent !
its annual cleaning this week. He took
' it apart, oiled up the pulleys, wiped
off the bearings and tightened up all
the taps. Then he took his watch key.
which he wears on his chain, and
wound up the springs. And now his
watch Is In such good condition It runs
several hours fnster than It did before.
Sidne) Hocks is holding onto his old
squirrel rifle until he sees what they
do about preparedness. If the country
seems to favor disarmament he will
dispose of It for tho best offer.
In life everybody seems to be want-
Southwestern train. No. 4,
west duo at 1:40 p. m., will
8:10 n. m. Southwestern train No.
from the west due at 4:30 p. ro., will
arrive at 8 p. m. G. IL & S. A- train.
No. 10, from the west due at 10 p. m ,
will arrive at 11 p. m. All other after
noon and night trains will arrive on
Edward C. Wade, jn. formerly Asst
U. a Atty for New Mexico, now has
law offices Sixth floor 1st Nat BanK
BIdg. Special attention New Mexico
Jumped From Krelghf, Arrested.
Earl Cunningham was arretted Tues
day night at 11 oclock by special offi
cers of the Southwestern as lie olimbed
off a freight train. lie is being held
for officers at Carrizozo, N. 3L
So place like Savoy for good things
to eat 110 S. Stanton.
Dr. Kceley, men's diseases. Coles blk.
Lightning Calculator At Ball.
Charlee Abrams. of company B. 16th
infantry, will give a demonstration of'e
his lightning calculations Monday
night at the annual policeman 3 tall.
He claims the championship of the
armv in calculating columns of figures
Ilr. Jamlexon. diseases of kidney, blad
der, skin and rectum. CIS Mills BIdg.
Stephenann' Studio Xew location
03 San Antonio St Elegant quarters.
Seven Killed In Mine Explosion
Wilkesbarre, Pa., Feb. S. Seven
:: , ."'!:! ?s,z. !.:
by a gaH explosion In the Boss vein of
the Lehigh and Wilkesbarre Coal com
pany at Plymouth late Tuesday. All
the victims were of foreign birth and
several of them left large families. Gas
ignited by the naked lamp of one of
the miners is believed to have caused
nr. A. T. Still Osteopathic Inflrmar.
Dr Ira W Collins, physician In chief;
Dr M. Alklre. lady specialist; Dr. Carl
Gibson, 201 W Missouri stteet They
cured others. They can cure you.
BnnLer Mysteriously Killed.
Detroit Mich . Feb. 9 Joseph Krus
zewski. 49 ears old. Was mysteriously
shot and killed in his private bank on
West Jefferson avenuo Tuesday after
noon. The banker was without a clerk
when the tragedy occurred. A cus
tomer entered the bank and found
KruBiewski's body behind a counter.
There was no evidence of robbery.
PROPOSALS FOII PUMPING STA-
1 ION AND WATER PIPE LINKS. Of-
f . . Hennt Quartermaster. El Paso
Texas. Sealed proposals will be received
nere untll 11 A. JL. March S, 191C, and
then onened. for construction of tiump-
il)K Btat0n and water pipe lines at Fort
Further Information on
llusrn IIelre To Wed Vrtist.
St. Louis, Mo., Feb. 9. Formal an
nouncement was made here Tuesday of
the engagement of Miss Clara Busch,
granddaughter of tho late Adolphus
Buscb, and Tercy Ortliwein, an artist
As SftiowEii By
T3he Test of Time
The lest of lime shows that the service of the First National
Bank of El Paso has been prompt, accurate and obliging.
We anticipate our customers' requirements, and install
approved modern appliances.
Accounts subject to check are invited.
The First National Bank
EL PAS O , TEXAS
ing a rese-ved seat for the price of a
general admission ticket
Fit Smith says the more a person
knows, the more he has the headache,
and for this reason he has quit taking
the Tickville Tidings. Poke Eazley
says he has been reading tho Tidings
for several jears and has not had a
Sim Flinders thinks he lias cornered
the weather conditit.,i3 for the coming
year. Wednesday which was national
ground hog day, Sim set a steel trap
and caught the wiley little animal just
as he was in the act of shedding
his shadow across the frozen ground.
This interference of the general cus
tom of the ground hog, has left the
public in a muddled-up condition, and
there Is nothing left for us to do but
to take the weather as It comes, day
Cricket Hicks reported having seen a
lizzard one day this week. LIzzards
have been gone for many weeks, but
Cricket Is always about that far behind
The Excelsior Fiddling band played
in front of tho postoffice yesterday and
drowned out an argument going on be
tween Poke Bazley and Jefferson Pot
locks. Prof. Sap Spradlen, who has been
getting next to nature in the wilds of
the Gander creek bottoms for the past
few days, has returned with the ncwa
that he has discovered a new stream.
There are several reasons why ho be
lteves It has not been discovered be
fore, among them being the fact that
ho saw no wild animal tracks and
empty bait cans on its banks. His
main reason for believing It Is an
entirely new stream is the fact that
its water tastes fresh.
GEN Eft L
of this city. Miss Busch Is the second
from Hi 'J i daughter of August A. Busch, who ln
arrive at ' herited the bulk of the estate of his
father, Adolphus Buscn, rauui-muiion-aire
Longrvell Be careful of your baggage
checks. Leave at Longwell'e. TeL L
See Oar Wlndonv, Success Cafe.
Dr. Carl Smith, 327 1st Nat Bk. BIdg.
Itoknhr Shoe repair factory, 319 Tex.
Trxn-i lpreacheT, Shot, Dies
Sherman. Tex., Feb. 9. The Itev. II.
31. Cagle died at his home here Tues
day of wounds inflicted Monday when
he was shot on tho street by Mrs. Annie
Faust Mr. Cagle died without making
any statement in regard to tho affair
Urs. Faust said tho minister had
"slandered" her but declined to go into
details. She was released soon after
the shooting on $1000 boiL
.Tnvn Cnfe "He profits most who
serves best" Dairy Farm Products.
liit at Pickwick Cafe, 105 N. Oregon.
White Star Lunch. Xo waiting. No
Tipping. 513 So. El Paso St.
Ilr. Appmnn, chiropodist. Coles BIdg
Steam Uxtlngulshem Oil Fire.
Houston. Tex., Feb. 9. Steam pres
sure from JO boilers late Tuesday ex
tinguished a 1C hour blaze in the
Humble oil field in a well on ned by 1
the Producers' Oil company. The fire
consumed about $10,000 worth of oil ,
and by its spectacular nature attracted ,
;: and irs&
hundreds of sightseers, li. Hancock, a
"X little better printing than eeems
necessary." Phone 1111, Rufe P. March,
Franklip Ptg. Co., 523 E. San Antonio.
CI raso Distilled Water Co. Ph. 4 S3.
Dr. Anna Ilenm. Buckler Bld.over Elite
Fresh Garden Vegetables, Succesa Cafe.
Dr. Eliert, dentist. 216-21S Mills BIdg.
Texan Ilnnken. Indicted.
Galveston, Tex.. Feb S Tho grand
jury of the United States district court
for the southern district of Texas has
returned an indictment against H. J.
Hoi Ion, president, and B V Tavlor,
cashier of the Wharton National bank
of "Wharton, Tex., charging them in 3C
counts with conspiracy, misappiopria
tion of funds of a national b.-.nk, and
making' false, entries The men are at
libertj on tail of $15,000 each.
AMI! be ready for easiness Feb. 14.
John V. Brennan, Sanitary Plumbing,
steam and hot water heating. Trompt
attention given to repair work. 117 1-3
North Stanton street. Phone 7130.
Ilr. . K.
nronD, dentist, 4th floor
White Cnfe, 105 B San Antonio St
McKensle & Lnomls, lawyers; gen
eral practice. Suite 40a, Caples BIdg.
Dr. Bnnrhrrt, Dentist, Mills BIdg. I'll. 4837
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THE CAUSE OF
Rheumatism is not just a local
soreness. The pain in the muscle
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the cause is much deeper.
Rubbing the sore spot with oils
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amount of temporary relief, but
the disease is still in the system
and the pain will come back again,
Rheumatism is poison in the
blood. That poison must be re
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The wonderful successes attend
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purines the blood and removes
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Although we have letters from many, we will
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and Assistant Pastor of the biggest Church in the
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VARICOCELE, HYDROCELE, HERNIA.
We daily demonstrate that these conditions can be cured in nearly all
cases uy one treatment never more than three. Xo seveTe operation, de
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BLOOD P0IS0X After having personally tried out arid investigated
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NERVOUS DEBILITY We pride ourselves in the Tcsults obtained in
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After eighteen years of specializing, study and experiments, we can sin
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Hours 9 a. m. to 7 p. m. Sundays 10 to 1.
Our Offices Are in the Same Building as the 'Elite Confectionery,
Second Floor, and the Entrance Is Between the Elite and Kress's;
Same Side of Street.
DR. KETCHERSID & CO.
Rooms 1, 2, 3,
Entrance 205 Mesa Avenue.
If you suffer from rheumatism in
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towards health must be to purify
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Our laboratory is the best equipp
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have facilities for extracting the
meaicmai qualities from nerbs
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S. S. Ss is not a drug it is pure
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AND BE HEALTHY AT
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