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4 Thursday, October 20, 1910.
EL PASO HERALD Your Money Returned A chance to buy a tract of fine level land, large enough for a country home on such easy payments that you never miss the money. $1.50 cash and $1.50 month buys a 1 Acre Tract $3.50 cash and $3.50 a month buys a 2 1-2 Acre Tract $6.50 cash and $6.50 a month buys a 5 Acre Tract $ 12 00 cash and $ 12.00 a month buys a 10 Acre Tract $16.50 cash and $16.50 a month buys a 15 Acre Tract , $20.00 cash and $20.00 a month buys a 20 Acre Tract Step into Tobin9 s office today, buy one of these tracts and Tobin will take you out to see it any time between now and Jan. 1, 1911. When you see the property if you are not entirely satisfied your money will be cheerfully returned. L ess than 5 Cents a Day Per Acre NO INTEREST, NO TAXES, NO MORTGAGE THIS IS THE PRETTIEST LAND YOU EVER SAW Adjoining the town of Tobin on E. P. & S, W. R. and E. P. S. R. R, and the new county road where you can enjoy all city convienences, including electric lights, telephones, pure mesa water and good suburban car service, and still have all the advantages of the country all level land deep rich soil, no sand hills Land Will Never Get Any Cheaper, Because the Supply Is Limited and the Demand Increases as ;the Population of the World Increases. First Come, First Served. Nothing Reseryed. Don't Delay We Only Have a Few of Them You Will Be Surprised to see what this land will produce without irriga tion. Call at Tobin 's office and see this inter esting exhibit aV TOBIN, OWNER i m M JLJ KmmmmmmmmmmmBmmmmmmKK HHBHHH . 1 TOBIN ARCADE THE POSTOFFICE IS BEHIND I Our Correspondence Department- enables distant patrons to make purchases with as much facility and satis faction as would be af- UY BEFORE PRICES ADVANCE HEALTH OF EACH A Thorough. Inspection as. Sanitary Necessity Bene fits Each Individual. There has lately been introduced in El Paso's public schools by the city physician and assistants, -with the co operation of the school board, a sys tem of thorough examination of thel children in all the grades as to their general health and as to defects 'in any of their senses or functions. This will prove of great advantage to the chil dren and at the same time the record is a perfect compendium of the health of each individual pupiL The examin ation will be repeated each year as the children pass through the grades. Plans, similar to this, are in vogue in all of the large cities in the north and east, and the system is, considered, of great benefit. To illustrate: If a Child on examination develops disease or even a tendency to any disease, the parents are immediately served with a printed notice so that proper treat ment can be instantly secured by their own medical adviser. This in Itself is Df great benefit for.it gives notice that something is wrong, but with imme diate treatment might be at once erad icated. Xo Cost to Parents. These examinations are made with out cost either to the parents or school board, and are solely in the in terest of sanitation, and the general welfare of the people. h.e department of health issues two papers, one being sent to the parents calling attention to the condition of the child, and the other, as given be low, is a statement kept for future reference, which follows the child a3 long as it remains a pupil in the public schools of El Paso. This par ticular paper contains a list of various diseases carried out in IS different col umns, as well as a general history of the child, and is as follows: Department of Health, City of El Paso, Texas. Physical record of , Sex , Born . Nationality of father , Of mother . Number in family, Adults , Children . Number of births in family . History of measles , scarlet fever , diphtheria , pertussis pneumonia , grippe . Date of first examination in school -. Personal record: (1) School year, (2) Term, (3) Class, (4) Revaccina- tions, (5) Diseases during term, (6) Date of physical examinations, (7) Height, (8) "Weight, (9) Nutrition, (10) Anemia, (11). Enlarged' glands, (12)Nervous disease, (13) Cardiac dis ease, (14) Pulmonary disease, (15) skin disease, (16) Defect orthopedic, (17) Defect of vision, (18) Defect of hear ing, (19)Defect of nasal breathing, (20) J Defect of palate; (21) Defect of teeth, (22) Hj'pertrophied tonsils, (23) ade noids, (24) Mentality, (25) Conquct, (26) Effort, (27) Proficiency, (28) Treatment necessary. A perusal of the above shows how thorough and complete the examina tions are, and it is to be hoped that the parents will take that interest each case deserves and so lead up to perfect sanitary rules in our public schools and higher standards of public health. PEOPLE IN EL PASO HOTELS HORSE SHOW WILL HAVE NEW FEATURES Lame back is one of the most com inon forms of muscular rheumatism. .. few applications of Chamberlain's Lini- ! ment will give relief. For sale by all dealers. x DLearn at COiXEGE or BY MAII RAUGHOtfS 74 PRACTICAL VJ&n&teo IacortKTatd.5Inl7Stif. 21 Years' Success. 100.000 Successful Student. More BANKERS indorse D Ic A U G H 0 N ' S than Indorse all other business colleges COMBINED. Bookkeeping, Shorthand, Penmanship, etc POSITIONS secured. Catalogue FREE. Adaress R. F. DAVIS. El Paso, Tex.. t?r Dowlas. Aiz. (107 S. El Paso St. Phones1484.) SoafL3fmpIiSfhTJets; Hlk zmwwMK Eoilv Sc Pollard, Sheldon Hotel. Expected to Make Pageant This Year One of the Best Events of Fair. All classes in the horse show, which is to be held Monday evening, Octo ber 31, are filling rapidly, and the show promises to be by far the best ever held in El Paso, since the organiza tion of the Horse Show association three years ago. The "Drive of all Nations," in which the participants wilj. dress in the cos tume of the nation they represent and carry the colors of that nation, are urged to send their, - names and the names of the horses' and colors to Dr Burleson Staten or to John M. Morri son, 417 Mills' street at once in order that a record may be kept and placed In the drive assigned. This promises to be the spectacular feature of the horse show. The obstacle drive which will test the intelligence of the horses, driven as well as the skill of the driver, will be another spectacular feature of. the horse show. ' The city will probably be represented by teams and drivers from thonni; i fire and TiAnTtTi o.4-J, , . ?dy f oV"p?d I S?Jlancea from some of the local W nerve force; for ex- p " s- hnnctinn- fnv t- The trap.k in frnnj .i. . , oility; for insomnia; stand will be strewn. TthJjoxes bar SSSSt flESfi". relS and ther obstfelelknT lay fl" ccous tablet form. $S !ef J Presenting -human beings and per box. Lasts one reskill ofthe drive will be shown month. Sold in Jn guidinghelr horses and wagons M. J. mwv W M WftilSUII LMH UPUHE Tf t"l 1 1 rt - - JJ -ff-.ll speed. From Kevr Mexico. At the St. Regis Mrs. B. J. Viljoen, La Mesa; E. A. "Wayne, Silver City; W. D. Shea, Santa Fe. At the Orndorff F. TV. Wagner, S. R. Baker, H. G. Fitzgerald, H. C. Smith, Las Cruces. At the Zeiger T. G. Upton, W. G. Robertson, Deming; TV. M. Stone, Albu querque; Robert BTerrington, Colum bus. At the Grand Central C. S. Hart, Portales. From Arizona. At the St. Regis N. C. Lawton Miami; G. B. King, Douglas. At the Orndorff N. R. Thompson, and "wife, Bisbee; Sylvian Reb, Benson; F. L. Fowler, Douglas; R. L. Arriola, Douglas. At the Angelus D. Rhea Forman, A. C. Higgins, J. M. McDulle, Tucson., At the Zeiger R. V. Pesquiera, J. Lamin, Douglas; J. S. Terrell. Clifton. At the Grand Central B. V. Brajen ich, Xi. Brajenich, Mrs. .T. M. Hogan, Maye White. Annie White, Bisbee. From. Texas. At the St. Regis Sam Rhoades, Dal las; Miss Richardson, Clint; TV. Van Sickle, Alpine. At the Orndorff J. B. Kilpatrick, Canutillo; J. H. Snell, Dallas. At the Angelus K. G. Ellis, Dallas. At the Zeiger Leo Lamer, J. S. Lamer, Sierra Blanca; F. G. Oxheer, Ft. Worth; M. Hurdleston, Mineral Wells. At the Grand Central M. Schraeder, Sierra Blanca; Mrs. Juan Armendariz, Silverio Escontrias, Socorro; "V. C. Ray, Midland. From Mexico. At the St. Regis S. S. Lang, Chi huahua; F. J. Seligman and nurse, Mexico City; TV. F. Marlln, TJrique, Chih.; David L. Russek, Juarez. At the Orndorff A. TV. Chester, Madera, Chih.; R. Bendinge, A. Rendon, Chihuahua. At the Zeiger Arelio Ortiz, Mexico City; L. W. Prunty, C. B. Wallace, H. A. Getersen, J. H. Irwin, iTampico. At the Grand Central Modesto Gameras, Juarez; R. L. O'Neill, P. C. Terrazas, G. Terrazas, Chihuahua; Car los Madera, Mrs. Mitchell, Gomez Pa lacio, Chih.; R. D. Silva, Josefa D. de Silva, Guaymas, Son.; Thomas Cox, Cananea, Son. From the Pacific Coast. At the St. Regis H. Guth, W. Buckingham, Leo M. Purwin, Los Angeles; J. G. Tavares, San Francisco At the Orndorff A. S. Fullerton, J R. Plunkett, A. R. Whitman and wife. Mrs. R. N. Filee, A. O. Pilgrim, Los Angeles; H. F. Yohee, E. E. Young San Francisco; R. Gannaway, Med ford, Ore. At the Angelus H. D. Galbraith, Los Angeles. At the Zeiger L. V. "Vern, Frisco, Calif.; A. H. Lang, Calif. At the Grand Central A. M. S. S. W. L. Ator, Los Angeles. From Xew York. At the St. Regis Sam TJUman, Aaron Neumann, M. Danzger, R. H. Jeffrey, I. Ackerman and wife, H. P. Murray, E. Mandelbaum, Fred Ureks, Charles T. Wilson. From Clileaero. At the St. Regis L. G. Johnson, Y. Shrader, E. T. Ver Halen. At the Orndorff Fred Nolan. Mrs. C. S. McSwan and sister. At the Angelus F. H. Coppernoll, Jeanne MacKenzie, T. W. White, R. M. Smith. At the Zeiger E. A. SmalL From Missouri. At the St. Regis J. A. Ranwell, Kansas City; Steve A. Woods, St. Louis; E. H. O. Daurevon and wife, Keytesville. At the Orndorff J. J. Tierney, W. a Bradbury, St. Louis. , At the Angelus S. K. Burgeman, G. P. Blinen, St. Louis; F. T. Wall, Kan sas City. At the Zeiger James A. Peters, J. TV. Hampson, M. S. Morgan, Kansas City. At the Grand Central Dr. Morten sen, Dr. Turner, Kansas. City. From Ei erywfcere. At the St. Regis John Dilwest, Min neapolis, Minn.; Mrs. TV. K. Morley, Grand Rapids, Mich.; N. H. Beeton, Denver, Colo.; El Chamblis, New Or leans, La.; H. L. Argue, Buffalo, N. Y.; Raymond J. McGee, Denver, Colo.; D. H. Smalley, Denver, Colo. At the Orndorff H L. Hooper, Fred Stall, Detroit, Mich.; O. F. Moore, Pittsburg, Pa.; Florence Scott, Esther Stewart, Eva Winkle, Logansport, Ind.; R. H. McGeary, Denver, Colo.; J. B. Esman and wife and daughter, New Orleans; Henry S. Lyons, Brookllne, Mass.; H. R. James, Aranville. At the Angelus Thomas J. McWIll iams, Pittsburg, Pa.; C. D. Ahalr, Shreveport, La.; E. J. Davis, Creston, la.; H. G. Long, Hoxie, Ark. At the Zeiger A. B. Nixon, Fair mont, W. Va.; George W. Roops, Bos ton, i Mass.; John Degnon, Pueblo, Colo. At the Grand Central P. S. Wheeler, Blackwell, Okla. DAILY RECOED. Building Permits. To W. W. Snow to build four room brick residence on Fisher street, near Main; estimated cost $1500. To S. A. Cabnej' to add balcony to house at 311 South El Paso street; es timated cost $250. Seeds Filed. French addition, Manzana street, be tween Bowie and Crockett streets Benancia Leahy to P. S. Roman, lots 15 and 16, block 3; consideration $350; dated October IS. J 910. Lincoln Park addition, Martinez street, between Manzana and Duraznd streets Galbraith-Foxworth company to TJry H. Roberson, lots 14 and 15, block 3; consideration $1626; dated De cember 17, 1909. Campbell's addition Gray L. Carpen ter to E. R. Carpenter, part of block 21S, at intersection of San Antonio and North Campbell street; undivided half interest in 5S.67 acre tract in Orn's grove, and north 16 feet of lot 9, lot 10, block 247, Campbell addition, west 5U feet of lots 11, 12, 13. 14 and. 15, block 207, Campbell's addition; also all in terest in blocks 1, 15 and 16, East El Paso addition; consideration $10 and other considerations; dated October 17, 1910. El Paso county Albert and Minnie V. Wyatt to George H. Kuhn, portion of section 30, block SO. township 2, T. &. P. surveys; consideration $25; dated April 18, 1910. Licensed to Wed. Samuel J. Hawks and Maud Mc Cortney. James Longstreet and Callie John son. George Mundell and Lela Horton. Births. To A. Calderon. Mexican, 920 Tays street, girl, October 18. To Jesus Perea, Mexican, Stevens street, near Concordia "cemetery, girl, October 19. To F. Hernandez, Mexican, near Smith's old dairy, girl, October 16. To L. Rendon, Mexican, 817 Ochoa street, boy, October 11. To Antonio G. Pena, Mexican, J003 South Stanton, girl, October 11. To John N. tWjlden, American, ;304 Portland arenue, girl, October 14. v To W. A. .Trayler, American, 821 Mundy avenue, boy, September 22. To Juan Oliva, Mexican, 2219 Bassett avenue, boy, October 3. To D. Browning, American, 1318 Tex as, girl, October 6. To William Spillers, negro, 1201 East Third street, girl, October 6. To L. O. Howell, American, 807 Roosevelt avenue, boy, October 7. To R. E. Yanez, Mexican, 706 Broad way, girl. October 7. To A. Regalado, Mexican, 2123 Ma goffin avenue, girl, October 9,., To Rex Von Stein, German-American, 615 North EI Paso, girl, October 10. T ' " To C. T. 'Carsdn, American, Chihua hua, Mexican, "girl, October 11. To R. E. Edwards, American, 312 Leon street, girl, October J.7. To Juan Ovantia, Mexican, Saragosa alley, between Tenth and Eleventh streets, girl, October 16. To Pedro Serla, Mexican, 240 Eighth street, boy, October 16. To A. Terrein, Mexican 2205 Bassett avenue, boy, October 16. To M. Duenas, Mexican, 1500 East Second street, twins, boy and girl, Oc tober 13. To A. Moreno, Mexican, 814 South Campbell street, girl, October 13. To M. Perreda, Mexican, 911 South Sc Vrain street, girl. October 13. To R. Gerterrez, Mexican,. 602 Eighth street, girl, October 13. Ml m . T T 9 H taction as would be at- m forded by personal selec- I lion. M BKurararaeuBnmBBBBnarannnnlnaiiM VALLEY FARMERS SEEDING ALFALFA Fifth Crop Being Cut on , Some Eanehes; Station Being BemodelecL ; Ysleta, Texas, Oct. 20. A number of new Ranches are being seeded to alfalfa. The fifth crop of alfalfa is being cut on the ranches whicn have pumping plants. The alfalfa recently seeded is fresh and green. The station here is being remodeled and painted both inside and out. The horses and household sronfls nf Co. D, Texas rangers, have arrived S"nd Capt. Hughes is expected shortly. M. -S. Graves has been appointed su perintendent of the canal. Judge and Mrs. Louis Foix gave a 6 oclock dinner to friends and relatives In celebration of Mrs. Folx's birthday. Several guests came down from El Paso. A delicious menu of eight courses was served. B. A. Oden has snipped ore of the gasoline engines from the Lanier ranch here to the Lanier ranch at Sier-a Blanca where it will be installed. Mrs. J. W.'Gibbs has returned trom a visit to her old home in Kentucky. Her visit was saddened by the death of her brother which occurred while she was there. RAIX FALLS AT CARRIZOZO; MrCH SNOW ON MOUNTAINS QUAY COUNTY EXHIBITS FOR DEMONSTRATION IN NORTH CLOUDCROFT RANGER MOVES WITH FAMILY TO MOGOIXON Teachers Go to AlamogortTo to Attend First Meetinp: of the Otero County PedaRoprs; Personals. Cloudcrdft, N. M., Oct. 20. Gladys MClure gave a party in honor of Reagon Carter. About a dozen little people were present. Mrs.iTV. E. Carter and sons, Ned and Reagan, left for Mogollon where Mr. Carter is stationed as forest ranger. Miss Eva will remain here until the i close of the school year. Mrs, Redic and Miss Sjpellman, ac companied by Mr. Helm and Miss Ran kin of Mountain Park, drove to Alamo gordo to attend the first meeting of the Otero county teachers association. Mrs. H. O. Rlggs, the wife of a prom inent ranchman, died at her home near Mayhill. Interment was made at James Canyon cemetery. Mrs. Riggs leaves a husband, a family of sons and a daughter, Miss Nadie, who is teaching in tne country near Mayhill. TORREON WATER COMPANY EXTENDS SYSTEM TO SUBURBS Torreon, Mexico, Oct. 20. The Tor reon Water company is estending the water and sewerage system into the outskirts Jof the city. A large water pipe is being laid to the new Alameda in the eastern part of he city and will furnish water to the trees and flow ers now planted. The work of installing the new wa ter pipes across the railroad tracks in the manufacturing section of the city will soon be completed. Plans for New Hotel Are Completed and Bids Are Belnjr Received; "Woman Prepares to Quarry Rock. Tucumcari, N. M., Oct. 20. The Rock Island railway company has arranged with the Tucumcari Fair association, whereby it will take a consignment or farm products of Quay county for the demonstration car which will journey through Iowa, Illinois, Michigan and othre states of the north. A represen tative of the railroad company will ar rive Saturday to prepare for the pack ing of the products, L. M. Allen arrang ing the display. The plans and specifications have been accepted for tne new Vorenberg hotel at the intersection of Main and Second streets and bids will be taken until October 25. Tlfe deal will entail the expenditure of approximately $35, 000, and will be one of the best fea tures in. the advancement of this city. The hotel will be modern. Mrs. L. M. Lamar, who has a gov ernment claim on the Tucumcari moun tain, is considering the establishment of a quarrv to place the product, a soft sand stone, and a hard mineral stone, on the market, a demand for the stone for building purposes having arisen. School Bnildins NearLBj? Completiem; Hunters Return Witkeat Game; Water Is Very Scarce. Carrizozo, X. M., Oct. 20. A cold drizzling rain fell here and a heavy snow has fallenv on the mountains around Carrizozo. - r - Contractor Ben Becn'tel land archi tect N. Szily left for El Easo to get legal advice with a view to bringing a suit for damages against Lincoln county. ,On account of the scarcity of water in- the Bonito which supplies-the'Bonito pipe line, the Southwestern Tias "put on a. water train tobe run between -Ala-mogordo and this place. A number of hunting parties that have Tieen in the nlountalns after large game "have returned to town. -Not a deer has been brought in. A large flock of wild turkeys was seen on the prairie four miles south of town. r t Work on the new chbol building is progressing and will be 'finisnea ac cording to schedule. "Just Say" i A Sturdy Feast! Grape-Nuts For any Meal "There's a Reason" Read "The Road to TVellville in pkgs. HORLICK'S it Msans Original and Genuine MALTED MILK The Food-drink for All Ages. More healthful than Tea or Coffee. Agrees with the weakest digestion, Delicious, invigorating and nutritious. Rich milk, malted grain, powder form. A quick lunch prepared in a ruinate. Take no substitute. AskfofHORLICK'S. Others are imitations. Crawford & Gottwald Planing mill ana office, 1200 Mo. St Low prices on Sash, Doors, and Win dow Glass; Cabinet Work; Bank, Store and Office Fixtures. Artistic Embossing at Lowest Prices Ellis Bros. Printing Co. Ellis Building, 110 S. Oregon. (