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EL PASO HERALD
Tuesday, October 11, 1910. 9 The Philosophers and the Frog Dr. Safford, for many years profes sor of cnemistry m the Medical Col lege of the University of Nashville, used to tell his students a fable the moral of which was "prove it." Cer tain wise men were gathered together to ascertain the explanation, of a state ment that when two glasses of water of equal -weight are balanced on the ,heams of a balance scale and a frog Is then put in one of the vessels the balance remains the same, thus at tempting to prove the assertion th,at a frog nas no weight when immersed in "water. Each wise man had his own explanation, and there was much heated argument and discussion. At length one of the wise men sp.id: "But Is your statement true? Let's prove It." Of course when it came' to prov ing it, they couldn't. So when you hear people say that Coca-Cola is injurious, just ask them to prove it. They can't. Nobody can, because it is not injurious. But on the other hand it can be proved that it is not injurious by chemical analy sis. Or if you are not a enemist yourself, why not accept the verdict of every competent chemist who ever analyzed it? Eminent College and University Chemists, Commercial Chem ists, Government, State and City Chem ists all have analyzed Coca-Cola and not one has ever been able to find any thing injurious In it. The very next time you hear anyone say that Coca cola contains deleterious ingredients tell him to write the Coca-Cola Co., At lanta, Ga., for a free copy of their book let, "Tne Truth About Coca-Cola." In the meantime write for a copy for your self you "will find it Very interesting. iirjia k Rf 81 5ffg flsi$ ' iBBBBCBBhBBBHBMBHHhBK ' iflBBBBBflBBEBBEBflBBM H- 4BBJBHBBffJBW$ll9KPJ' '','"" B ft BBs5 ? BiBi BftB hi WA Hi! mm IK V, sr "&&' ?vwcvj; fryv26f"" nR?JK? To "buy tout hay, oats, grain, flour, seeds, etc., is here if you want the best quality at the right prices. We solicit a trial order to prove how well we can serve you. 0. G. Seeton & Son -.TrMFdaiKLChiku.akaa Sts . ISETV BAPTIST MINISTER ARRIVES AT COLORADO Presbyterian Pastor .Decides Not to Come to El Paso; Old Resident Dies; New Arrivals Numerous. Colorado, Texas. Oct. 11. Rev. Mr. Brdme and family have arrived. Mr. Brome Is the new pastor of the Baptist church here. Mrs. Frank Smith, after a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ellis, left for her home in Garden City. Mrs. R. E. and Abe Dolman have ar rived from Paris, Texas, and will spend the winter here. Rev. W. M. Elliott has reconsidered his acceptance of the pastorate of a Presbyterian church at El Paso and Will remain with the Colorado church at an increase m salary. W. H. Goodwin, an old citizen, died at his residence here. The funeral ser vices were corducted at the Christian church by Rev. Mr. Bledsoe of Big Springs, Texas. The Masons took charge of the services at the cemetery. He had been 'a citizen of this town many years. He is -survived by a wife, two sons and two daughters. Miss. Daisy Crump, sister of Mrs. W. QI. Elliott, was married to W. B. Pain ter of Merced, CaL, in the presence of a number of friends. Rev. TV. M. El liott performed the ceremony. The couple departed for California, where ther will make their future home. Dr. W. R. kindly and family, of West brook, have moved to Colorado to give the children the benefit of the public school. gmmn!in!!imEUHHIHiniIIII!Iinim!nimnmiI!IE!!IiIIIiS!!Elin!IU!IE!ni!III!f S Elgin Watch ' G. M. Wheeler Model, 18 Size S A watch that you will be proud to own. The result of 43 years of S successful watchmaking, with new, distinctive features. 3 When you are downtown this evening, drop into your jeweler's and Z he will show you what a splendid watch it is. 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Men are now at work making ready a small park to the north of the station build ing, in which will be planted palms, ornamental shrubs and flowers. The, ground is being fertilized and worked,' so that when the plants are put out next spring they will immediately be gin to grow. No expense is being spared to make this small park as .pret ty as possible. Water for irrigation will be drawn from the large tank erected by the railroad a short time ago. THE TERRITORIAL JURY IS OCCUPIED AT LAS CRUCES. 3Iounted Police Officer Investigating Box Car Robbery; Delesates Re turn from Firemen's Convention. Las Cruces, X. M., Oct. 11. The ter ritorial grand jury returned one in dictment yesterday afternoon, and is still busy at its labors, with enough work ahead to keep it busy several more days. C. V. Har4 and John Freeman, who have been at Albuquerque attending the annual meeting of the Firemen's association, of New Mexico, returned home Sundaj evening. Judge Tom Lea, of El Paso, -was in the city yesterday on court business. Oscar L Johnson, manager of the j dry goods department of the May Brothers' store, is on the Ick list. ' A. J. Snowden, special agent of the Santa Fe, and who holds a commis sion under the mounted police service of New Mexico, was in Las Cruces yesterday on business connected with the breaking into a Santa Fe caboose at Rincon a few months ago. C. O. Hoffman and wife have moved from the Armijo property to the Ne varez property. Deputy U. S. marshal Smith returned to his home in Albuquerque last even- i mg. Work will start next week on the dismantling of the old Rio Grande ho tel, which will be replaced by a mod ern store building. AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE BOYS HAVE FIRST PRACTICE GAME. Las Cruces, N. M., Oct 11. The foot ball game which was played Saturday on the Agricultural college athletic grounds between two teams picked from the squad which has been prac ticing since college opened, was very satisfactory, considering the fact that one team had all of the A men on it. The score was 15 to 0, but all the boys were given a chance ty try out. It is the opinion of those who witnessed the game that the college will have no trouble in selecting a good team from the material on the field. SOME LARGE PUMPKINS ARE , EXHIBITED AT CRUCES. Las Cruces, N. M-, Oct. 11. There are now on exhibition in this city three of the genuine old-fashioned down-east pumpkins, from the likes of which the grandmothers of the present genera tion were wont to make the pies for the Thanksgiving and Christmas din ners. These pumpkins are of the golden yellow variety, about 24 inches in diameter, and were grown on the Cox range in the Organ mountains, receiving their only irrigation from waste water which flowed from Gold camp. FALL FRUITBELVG SHIPPED FR03I THE UPPER VALLEY. Las Cruces, X. M., Oct. 11. Consider able fall fruit is' being shipped from Las Cruces this month, most of It go ing by local express to El Paso, Albu querque and other Santa Fe points. Apples and peaches are the main crop now going on the market. Onions are still being shipped in large quantities. LAS SRUCES DAILY RECORD. Las Cruces, N. M., Oct. 11. The fol lowing deeds and other papers of rec ord have been filed in the office of the probate clerk of Dona Ana county: Deeds Filed. L. H. Vanderwerf, of El Paso, to Louis Ruegnitz, of Pueblo, Col., war ranty deed to lots 23 and 24 in block 84 of Miller's Washington Park addi tion to the town of Las Cruces. Con sideration. $1 and other valuable con siderations. J. T. Miller to L. S. Barton, of De catur, Texas, warranty deed to lot 26 In block 8 of Miller's Washington Park addition to the town of" Las Cruces. Consideration, $1 and other valuable considerations.' J. T. Smith to Mrs. C. M. Mabee, of Albuquerque, warranty deed to lots 16 The Watch for Your selling price is based on cost of production. An unreliable watch 5 may register less minutes than each s operation requires, and thus make S you estimate at a loss. Don't take g chances wjiere minutes Don't risk such a loss I are mongy ! s Depend on this reliable, absolutely accurate, sturdy watch this compact, handsome, medium-priced watch, which stands hard usage, and is un harmed, by vibration. B 3 on S3 Both previous to and during the El Paso Fall Fair & Ex position, The Herald can be depended upon to carry everything connected with this big event. In The Her ald will be found a complete directory of both the Fair and. El Paso's representa tive business establishments RESERVE SPACE AT ONCE If you have not already done so, reserve your space at once, for this Edition will be a representative one. In case you have not been solicited, telephone 116', Bell, or Automatic, 1115. and 17, in block 35 of the Sunny Slope addition to the town of Las Cruces. Consideration, $1 and other valuable considerations. Paul Rodda and wife to Joseph Rod da, warranty deed to a tract of land Iving- north of the town of Las Cruces and alongside of the rightofway of the Santa Fe railway, said tract being 66 by 138 varas in size; also a tract of the same dimensions adjoining tha tract above described. Consideration, $250. Moses Vigil to Maria Gerey, -warranty deed to a lot in precinct 20 in the town of Las Cruces, said lot be ing 25 by 50 varas in size. Considera tion, ?175. Llbrado Duran to 'Roman Bermudes, warranty deed to a tract of land 50 by 75 by 25 by 75 yards, in the town of Las Tortugas and within the limits of the Dona Ana Bend colony cummun ity grant. Consideration, $1 . The Refugio colony grant to Valen tin Avalos, grant to a tract of land in the Refugio grant, said tract being lOd bv 100 yards in size. Roman De La O, probate judge of Dona Ana county, to Dioniclo Hernan dez, deed to lots 11 and 12 in block 14 of the Berino townsite. Roman De La O, probate judge of Dona Ana county, to Gorgonio Hernan dez, deed to lots 1 and 2 in block 25 of the 'Berino townsite. L. H. Vanderwerf, of El Paso, to O. A. Means, of Oklahoma City, Okla., warranty deed to lots 47 and 4S in block 44 of Miller's "Washington Park addition to the town of Las- Cruces. Consideration, $1 and other valuable considerations. It H. Vanderwerf, of El Paso, to Harry S. Miller, of Oklahoma City, Okla., warranty deed to lot 4 in block 46 of Miller's "Washington Park addi tion to the town of Las Cruces. Con sideration, $1 and other valuable con siderations. Francisco Roblee, sr., and wife, to Martina A- de Roble, warranty deed to a lot 25 by 50 yards in the town of Las Cruces. Consideration, ?100. Mortjrapres. Two mortgage deeds "have been filed in the probate clerk's office. Release of Mortgage. Merritt R. Pendell to TV. H. Austin, release of mortgage. Birth Returns. September 10, a daughter, born to' Pedro Barela and wife, at Dona Ana. September 16,. a son, born to Faus tino Polanco and wife, at Santa Te resa. September 8, a son, born to Jose Lu cero and wife,1 at Mesilla. Marriage Certificates. Pedro Lucero, aged IS years, and' Carmel Rivera, aged 18 years, both of Mesilla. Enrique Lucero, aged 19 years, and Teresita Chavez, aged 19 years, both of Las Cruces. DEL RIO MERCHANTS PUT BAA' OX FAKE ADVERTISING Committee of Business Men "Will Pass "Upon Advertising Propositions Hereafter. Del Rio. Texas, Oct. 11. The Retail Merchants' association has appointed a committee of three experienced mer chants and advertising men to first pass upon every advertising scheme and proposition submitted to the busi ness men, and the membership of the association will not give a hearing to any solicitor who does not produce an O. K. from this committee. ROOSEVELT NOT FAVORITE HERE Students of JTew Mexico A. & M. Do IsTot Want Him !Por President in 1912. Agricultural College, X. M., Oct. 11. A well attended meeting of the Cur rent Topics club was held and an in teresting program "was rendered. After the current topics for the past two weeks were given an Informal debate was held. The ouestion was: Re solved, That it would be for the best i interest of the United States for j Roosevelt to be elected president of the United States in 1912. The affirm ative, Carl "Williams and Earl "Wilson; negative, Joseph Rigney and Arthur Lafierrers, were the debaters. The judges.' decision went to the negative two to one, from the fact that the affirmative did not quote enough ref erences to substantiate their argu ments. The question was then thrown open to discussion among the mem bers who, by a marked .majority were negatively opposed to the question, and furthermore disliked Roosevelt's meth ods to gain political control. Mayor A. L. Young, of Las Cruces, gave a " talk on "What Should Be One's Ideal," quoting from Isaiah 3:3. The Alumni association, of which the immediate vicinity, will "entertain the junior and senior classes 'of col lege on October 28. Miss Rose Blanchard, of "Water Can yon, N. M., has registered at college for another year's work. The Y. M. C. A. bible study commit tee had a lengthy meeting for the pur pose of getting plans whereby every male student in the college vicinity can attend a bible class on Sunday mornings. Rev. J. H. Vaughan's new residence on the south college section, has had the heating plant just completed and is ready for occupancy. NEW DIRECTORS FOR THE NOGALES BOARD OF TRADE Five Prisoners Are Sentenced to the Penitentiarr; Banquet to Visitors Largely Attended. Nogales, Ariz., Oct. 11. The fourth annual meeting of the Nogales and Santa Cruz board of trade was held in the assemply room of the Santa Cruz club. The following were elected as a new board of directors: Joe Wise, A. Carpena, A. Mascarenas, S. F. Moon, J. A. Spink; TV. C. Budge, F. J. Duffy, J. B. Bristol, G. H. Fiedler. A. S. Toon, H. J. Saxon, Phil Herold. After the bus iness of the meeting -was dispensed with a "smoker" was given. The following persons received terms at the territorial prison at Florence from this county: Rafael Molina, three years, aggravated assault; Antonio Ser vantes, two years, burglary; Juan Con treras, one year, burglary, M. Sanchez, one year," burglary; C. Leon, two years, burglary. The grand jury made a final report and seven indictments were found. Ramon Garay, auditor of the Mexican customs service in Nogales, Sonora, has been given a promotion at Matamores, to which place he and his family have removed. The board of supervisors has con tracted with J. K. Wright to paint the 1 Tf 1 Ipkl IN addition to its splendid circulation of over 12,000 daily, The Herald has made arrangements, through its network of out-of-town agents, to distribute extra - copies. This is done both in the interests of Herald advertisers and to boost the Fair. air ADVANCE advertising, being recognized 'as an im portant factor in getting business, The Herald will issue next Saturday, Oct. 15th-, a splendid Fair Edition. TKis Edition will cover the El Paso territory like a blanket. Not to be represented in this issue next Satur day will be poor business policy if you are looking for increased business during Fair week. ' roof and dome of the court house. Sam Lee, a Chinaman who has been in J-iogales for some years, and who managed to resist deportation, was taken into custody again. The court here granted Clarence Murray a divorce from Alice Margarlte Murray. In the divorce case of Charles Karnes, plaintiff,, vs. Esta Gertrude Karnes, defendant, judgment was granted in favor of defendant. Eliseo Parra pleaded guilty of bur glary and received a sentence of two years. Judge F. M. Doan adjourned district court here until" today and went to Tombstone. A special meeting of the Nogales fire department was called to consider the building of a new fire department house and a hall, court and office room for the city. After the business of the meeting, a smoker was had. About 1287 tickets were sold at the Nogales station to the Fiesta de San Francisco at Magdalena, from Septem ber 27 to October 4, and 19 coaches numbered one excursion. Some 500 head of cattle were shipped through this port this week from Mex ico to this country. Rev. TV. A. Laugfrlin has arrived in Nogales to assume the pastorate of the C6ngregational church. A carload of-fine -Jersey cows passed through Nogales en route to Sonora from Phoenix. Sheriff H. J. 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PECOS BUSINESS MEN TV ANT ROOSEVELT TO VISIT THERE TVlre Him io Stop at Pecos on Southern Trip; Baptists to Meet at Bar stow; School Enrollment. Pecos, Texas, Oct. 11. The Pecos Commercial club sent the following telegram to Col. Roosevelt, at Saga more Hill, New York: "The city coun cil, citizenship of this town, and gen eral public interests of the Pecos val ley extend to you a sincere invitation to visit Pecos .on jour contemplated southwestern trip. TVe want to show how they entertain in the Pecos val ley. Please let us know if we can have the visit from you. Pecos Com mercial club." The fifth Sunday meeting of the Pe cos Valley Baptists will be .held at Barstow, Oct 28, 29 and 30 next. This meeting will be attended by the lead ing Baptists of this section. The "Wo man's Auxiliary to the association will also hold a meeting at the same time. The first month of the Pecos school dents present. By the first of the year-T supenntenaent j. s. ijong expects to see the enrollment reach above 400. Tak ing into consideration the number of uppils attending private schools here the attendance at city schoools of all kinds, private and public, will reach 500, probably, by Jan. 1 next. The school 'situation here is now hampered by, lack of adequate school buildings, though every, thing possible has been done by- the school board to overcome this condition. The new high, scnool building, which is to be put up here this winter, will greatly relieve the sit uation and bring a considerable "num ber of newt pupils Into the public .schools. FORT DAVIS DELEGATES GO TQL'QDGE MEETINGS. Frost Experienced sit Da-ris-" Ice i& the Mountains ElQcntiea Teacher lieaves Persoaalsf. ' t ' ForrDavisr Texas. CWt. 11. TV. Kel sey left for Abilene, Texas, to attend the grand encampment of. the I. O; O. F. lodge. . Fort Davis .was visited by a frost and- pe is reported on. some of the mountain ranches. , "Mrs. Robert Sproul left or .Austin, Texas;- as-a delegate to the-Eastern Star lodge. -" ( j "Wiley Moore of Marfa has been out on the Lock ranch near Fort Davis, buying cattle. The framework for the concrete walls for the new jail is being erected. Miss Gordon of San Angelo, Texas, who had a class in elocution, had to give it up on account of the altitude being too high for her, and. returned home.