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EI PASO HERALD
News Of the Great Southwest
10 Wednesday, Nov. 16, 1910.
you go out of here "with the law or
the gospel?" 4
Tonight Dr. Bulgin will discuss
"Christianity vs. Sociology-."
CHIPS FR03I BULGIN'S AX.
CYpncnqrc RY h
LAruDllnta of u
Says He Is Proud of a Paper
That Shows up the Law
Breaking in a City.
"I want to compliment one of your
newspapers and its editor who had the
moral courage to hit the great Ameri
can corruption, gambling, and to put
It on the front page and to write it
in blazing words in an editorial- And
I hope the ministers and everyone else
will rise up and crush the gambling.
Run out gambling and out goes prosti
tution, wine and whisky drinking."
Bulgin was at his best Tuesday
night. To use his own expression he
had steam up. He had been good long
enough, he said, and he was going after
some of the things he had seen since
he came to El Paso. He started off
by denouncing the Sabbath breaking in
231 Paso as a sin and a disgrace, gave
gambling a body blow in the plexis,
took a rap at the social evil, an equal
ly hard one at saloons, which he de
clared were as much needed in El
Paso.s be needed bed bugs in his bed,
rapped spiritualism, Christian science
and card playing, took a shot at the
S. P. and talked plainly to the men
and women on their duties and obliga
tions in his appeal for a single stand
ard of morals.
He reached the climax of his civic
oration when he attacked the city's
lawlessness, the gambling. Sabbath
breaking and the social evil. It was
then that he placed his stamp of ap
proval upon The Herald's exposure of
the true condition of things In the
pool halls and gambling houses of the
city. He called upon the ministers
jnd everyone else to back up the fight
on law breaking in El Paso. No one
escaped the evangelist after he had
announced that he had a full head of
steam on board and was due for some
"It was a shame and a disgrace to
a newcomer on last Sabbath to see
gangs of men at work on that big
"building yonder and to see others
working alongside the railroad track,"
he said. "Others were going to the
bull fight and the gambling dens
acros the rjver, while others were go
ing to the moving picture theaters.
There is too much Sabbath breaking in
this city. I can give you the names of
two men who left here for Oklahoma
and California to buy homes because
they said El' Paso was a wide open
town. Tou are losing in real estate
values every time you violate God's
law. Keep at the town's officials to
make a Sabbath law if you havent
one already, and keep at them until
they do it.
Saloon Like a Bedbug.
"You don't need saloons and whisky
In Ei Paso any more than I need bed
bugs in my bed. A bedbug never brings
any blood to inject into you and a sa
loon is a wealth consumer and not a
"wealth producer and never can be.
"An impure man and -woman is a
treason against the state and they are
worse traitors than Benedict Arnold.
There is not a man today who would
"walk up to the altar and marry a wo
man if there was a shadow of doubt
about her character. Men, they have
the same right to demand of us what
we demand of them. Men, listen. Tret's
be pure, too, for there is the founda
tion of all civil punishment. There
are murderers in El Paso, too. For the
Bible says that any man -who is angry
with his brother is a murderer.
Not to know God is to break a law. '
Unbelief is the biggest sin because it
sends a dagger through the heart of
God's remedy for all other sins. Bob i
Ingersoll lied when he said that the
second law was a repetition of the
Spiritualists are a bunch of. heathens. 1
"What has spiritualism done for the '
I fear the god of gold and god of ,
greed in Texas today, more than I do
Budda across the river.
What's the matter with El Paso with
25,000 English speaking people and
only 5000 church members. Including
all sects and denominations? And half
of these on a vacation.
The worst itch is the money itch. It
keeps you scratching to get it and it
keeps you scratching to keep it.
The public school teachers, next to
the ministers, are the best people and
the poorest paid class in America.
It is worse than anarchy in America
when we do not teach oi children to
Christian Science would make an
oyster out of me by pulling me down
to where I dont feel.
God never said to push the ox in the
ditch on Saturday night so you could
have an excuse for working on Sun
day to get him out.
The Augustus Bush crowd in Okla
homa called themselves "the sons of
Washington" in the recent campaign
for prohibition. But George never had
any sons and Booker T. was too much
of a gentleman to own that bunch.
An Impure man or -woman is a. trea
son to the state.
If old Nicodemus had lived in El
Paso he would have made the best
moral man you ever saw. If he could
not squeeze through you old sinners
dcwn here need not expe'ct to.
The hardest thing in the wold to
fight is the social evil, because it is so
I don't believe God -wants anyone
to bellow and cry to get into heaven.
Ninety-nine out of every 100 infidels
are that because of the social evil.
Six inches of a woman's tongue can
kill a man six feet high.
A man told me to be very careful
-what I said in El Paso, for this is an
ethical crowd down here. I never did
care what little Chicago or Philadel
phia said about me,- but if El Paso
gets down on me I am ruined forever.
If I can't live by the gospel I will
starve by it.
I saved the wharfage at San Pedro.
CaL, for the people and Harriman's
gang has beenw after me ever since.
You are allowing hell holes in El
Paso to ruin the boys.
This week we are show
ing some extra strong
values in Patent Calf
and Vici Leathers, but
ton and lace; several
new toes to pick from
E Mixture i
The HOT CAKi
PUT UP BY THE
IflMMEV QUAE" P
SITE IS SOUGHT
Conference at Aroistad Well Silver City to Get STew Of
'Attended Watch. Given j fice and Better Mail
Presiding Elder. j ' ., Facilities'.
Amistad, X. JL, Nov. 1G. The third ! Silver City, X. Jr., Nov. 16. Bettsr
annual meeting of the North Texas mail facilities are promised at the lo-
Mission conference of the United cal postoffice. Some weeks ago when
Brethren church, has closed a four
days' session in the Amistad U. B.
lake McMillan is
1 being- rip rapped
Embankment on West Side
Is to Be Baised Two
pe-tmaster general Frank Hitchcock
was here he promised the people to
church. Bishop W. JL Weakley, D. D., scnd out an inspector and upon a fa-
of Kansas City, JIo., presided, and the yorable report, to secure a new post
following preachers took active part in j office location, where the mails could
the proceedings: Rev. O. A. Whitney, t D& handled more efficiently. Four or
D. !., of Dayton, O.; Rev. O. JL Jo.hn- j live locations are Being suggested hy
son, of Optama, Okla.; Rev. C. W. j tne business men of the city.
"Wardell, of Eva, Okla.; Rev. JL D. i T"e prsent building is objected ro
Goad, of Hardesty, Okla.: Rev. R. L. vry strenuously by the Inspector,
Jackson, of Guyman, Okla.;. Rev. H. U. I wo states that the department has
Henthorn, of Lipscomb. Tex.; Rev. A. received many complaints. This is a
A. Garner, of Dalhart, Tex.; Rev. Cal- distributing point for a large niass uf
lie King, of Gate, Okla.; Rev. Lu D. t mail to the various outside camps and
Neher, of Clapham, X. JL; Rev. Emery I offices, and the people wish more rent
Loeffel, of Wagon Jlound. X. JL; Rev. ' boxes a larger building, and this has
O. A. Smith, Rev. C. A. Schlotterbeck, j no' .be-n promised them.
Rev. Robert Hillis, Rev. Daniel P. I Ths ctv is to have a new hospital,
Wise. Rev. J. L. Haught. and Rev. Geo. j to ho known as the Silver City hes
Brandstetter. of Amistad. Rev. J. E. ' P,ta. antl "wiH be in charge of well
Haught was secretary- and treasurer of i fown local physicians. A matron has
the conference. " i b'en engaged and the hospital will
Strong sermons were delivered by I son b opened for the treatment of
bishop Weakley, Rev. Dr. Whitney and Pa"ents.
Hev. Airs. Callie lving, anu me uiuer
will make Biscaiis, Muffins, Waffles, Pastry and lots of other things, besides
the most delicious Wheat Cakes you ever ate.
It contains everything necessary, even milk, all you have to do is to "Just
add water and bake."
So with their other prepared Flours, Buckwheat, Com, Whole Wheat, etc.
EVERYTHING'S IN IT-READY FOR USE
ASK MR. GROCER
tary; Mrs. Roland Box, treasurer. The
question of woman suffrage was then
debated, followed by excellent music
rendered on the guitar by Jliss Estelle
Linam. It was decided to have a pie
supper at the schoQlhouse next Satur
day night, November 19. The proceeds
will go towards improving and repair
ing the schoolhouse.
After several days of pleasant, warm
weather it has suddenly turned much
colder and snow has been falling since
. -. -. - -nv I rT"l . X. --. I TTIAt mwHn it. TT? i .
TTiilft- n -nrldth -uifl 10 ' -"ev. ur. U. w mmey. ie uiemueio , - " w.i.u UJ. llle x.isuee population
5, fl l th7 larJr v-- ' Presented presiding el'der C. A. Schlot- ! took an interest in it. The sack was
inth7 XTnited States. terbeck with a gold watch, as a token j weighed by justice Murphy, mayor Ed-
"Some of your pink tea society wom
en sit around a hardwood table and
play cards for a silver pitcher. Any
one who does that is a gambler. 'What
Is the difference between playing for
a jackpot in the barn loft and -women j
winning silver pitchers at a card
party? It is wrong and I will alwaj-s
compliment a man -who stands up
against it. Did you ever violate any
of these laws? Then you are a law
breaker. The law says a penalty If
you don't do right; the gospel says a
prise if you do. Every man is "under
the law or the gospeL If you are un
der the law you are lawbreakers. Will
Catarrh of the Stomach.
A. Pleasant, Simple, Bnt Safe aHd Ef
fectual Care For It.
Catarrh of the stomach has long been
considered the next thing to incurable.
The usual symptoms are a full or bloat
ing sensation alter eating, accompanied
sometimes with sour or watery risings,
a formation of gases., causing pressure
on the heart and lungs and difficult
breathing, headaches, fickle appetite,
nervousness and a general played out,
There is often a foul taste in the
mouth, coated tongue and if the in
terior of the stomach could be seen it
would show a slimy, inflamed condi
tion. The cure for this common and obsti
nate trouble is found in a treatment
which 'causes the food to be readily,
thoroughly digested before it has time
to ferment and irritate the delicate mu
cous surfaces of tne stomach. To se
cure a prompt ind healthy digestion
is the one necessary thing to do and
when normal digestion is secured the
catarrhal condition -will have disap
peared. According to Dr. Harlanson, the saf
est and best treatment is to use after I
each meal a- tablet, composed of Dias
'Carlsbad, X. JI., Xov. 16. The "work
of rip-rapping the retaining -wall of
Lake JIcMIllan -was commenced this
-week. About 45.000 square feet of rip- i
rap will be laid this winter and the j
dam or embankment on the west side
raised a"bout two feet -which will in
crease the storage capacity 16,000 acre
Estimates on the ccst of raiding the
dam four feet have been called for by
the department. A four foot elevation
would double the present capacity of
the reservoir which now measures
miles in leng
To Enforce Sewer Ordinance.
At the meeting of the qity council
steps were taken for the enforcement
of the sewer ordinance making con
nections compulsory. The park -com-mirsion
appointed some time ago re
ported that plans for beautifying the
city park -were "well underway and
with the funds available the -work of
grading and ornamenting the park
will begin soon. The commission iar
composed of Jlrs. C. JI. Richhrd.
member of the Wromans club, and J.
R. Linn and I. S. Osborne.
The mayor -was instructed to pre
pare a resolution to be presented to
the constitutional convention now in
tsepsion protesting against the com
bining of the counties of Eddy,
Chaves, Roosevelt and Curry in tiv
fifth judicial district. These counties
comprise about one-sixth of the popu
lation of the territory and are as
signed one of the eight judges. .
With the approach of the cold
ent reports showed good -work and
steady growth in membership.
The appointments for the ensuing
J McKEEIIAX AS CITY CI,EIUv.
j Bisbee, Ariz.. Xov. 16. Patrick Fite-
, a.iui.n. liiti, ueen appoinzea city clerk,
elder C. A. Schlotterbeck. j following the" resignation of Joe JIc-
iveehan. Jlr. JfcKeehan wishes to en
gage in private business.
Amistad O. A. Smith.
Optima O. JL .Johnson.
Floris and Hartville J. E. Haught.
Gate Callie King.
Eva W. Hedden.
Lipscomb H. U. Henthornf-
Wagon Jlound Emery Lorffel.
Sedan I. .D. Xeher.
Cone Geo. Brandstetter. '
The closing sermon was delivered by
TWO LAND TRACTS XEAR
1. V 3IESA CHANGE HANDS, f
La Mesa, T. JL, Xov. 16. W. J. Vll
joen has bought the Allen tract from
Gen. Viljoen and J. Xewborough and
irtends putting on extensive improve
ments. Gen. Viljoen has purchased the
Bronk farm of 30 acres at La Mesa
The announcement of the coming of
an independent "weekly paper from the
progressive Republicans at Las Cruces
is a source of pleasure to many here.
Jlrs. Richard gave a delightful card
party at her home. San Jliguel. Among
the guests -were: Mr. and Jlrsj Stead
man, Gen. and Jlrs. Viljoen, Mr. and
Jlrs. Hannum, Jlrs. Linn, JHss Eva
Bailey, Jlessrs. Esterbrook, Roy Jones,
V. Potter and others.
Bg fr, WSJ
A Valuable Record
TSLETA BACHELORS FORM
CLTJB AND WILL ENTERTAIN
Tsleta, Texas., Xov. 16. The Bache
lors' club was formed at avbuffet sup
per and smoker given ar the residence
of Dr. JIarcus W uerscnmidt. The club
HfinSHMi IIum I
l lour cheek book shows a record of how much monev vou
fv. spend and for what it is nairt. Ymtr t-nnoU nvt-
disputed receipts. Do not be without this modern convenience.
We invite your account subject to cheek.
Capital :md Surplus $240,000.00
THE VOTE IE EL
Commissioners Complete the
Count and Announce
: The total number of votes in El
lt I'lUU -!--.-. .. ii.j .. j.1-- I
The huge sack of flour in the win- will give a social affair every week and , ""-i ""1" So?. S - !
cording to the compilation made in the
dow of 'a local store, which was to be j Is composed of Dr. Wuerschmidt, C. H.
j presented to the person who guessed I Burgess, Fred Garcia and James Bu-
I its weight as nearly as possible, was ! cnanan.
! awarded to Jake Fletcher, who mi?sJ Engineer Patterson, of the divers'on
j the correct weight by only one-fourth I dam near T'as Cruces. is liei"e sather-
"t d puuuu. jLne Erufis'?f5; rpir utorod -- .v...v....,
numbered 11,954. which shows that
of their appreciation of the good work
he had done during the past year, asd
Rev. A. Garner presented the Amistad
U. B. church with a fine clock.
TOTAL ECLIPSE OF
MOON SCHEDULED I
Beginning at 7:15 mountain time the
man in the moon will retire from
business Wednesday evening for a
short respite of three hours. A total
eclipse of the moon is scheduled for
this evening and will be seen here if
the clouds do not interfere. The eclipse
will begjn at 7:45, our time, and con
tinue until S:55 p. m., when it is ex
pected to be total in these parts.
mundson and George Kellv.
Tale and Harvard graduates residing
in th!s district will have a dinner at
the Country club, which will be paid
for by the graduates of the univrsitv
suffering defeat at Saturday's football
the canal to be
j used in the reclamation reports. He
is accompanied by Jlrs. Patterson
I S. Kennicott has received notice
of the serious illness of his father, Capt.
Kennicott. in Chicago.
roayALEs has exhibit
AT CHICAGO LAND SHOW.
Portales. X. JI.. Xov. 16. Portales
has secured an Excellent exhibit for
the Chicago show. E. P. Alldredse pari
and Ben Smith left Tuesday for Chi- ,
I MEXICANS QUIT TO
ESCAPE BOAD TAZE3
Ninety Laborers on Dam Re
turn to EI Paso When
Because the Sierra countv" official
Insist upon the Mexican laborers ac
the Elephant Butte dam railroad pav
ing the $3 road tax- which is assessed
against each resident' of the territory
who has been there a longer period
than 30 days. 30 Jlexican laborers em
ployed by the Petrolithic Construction
comDanv of K1 "Pncn t ty, -.jr .
I Election supplies were sent to Toyah l the railroad line, have quit ancf re-
u.iiU i.ttvc uut hi ueeii returnea to mw i mrnea to tnelr homes. -The-men r
C!t ' , . . . , v ! fus!d to Pa5- the road tax assessed
Ihe total vote, as canvassed by the .' against them, and rather than, be sub
county commi?sioners, follows: ; ject to arrest they quit and came back
Governor, Colsuitt, 207S; Terrell, i home. '
o2f r t Hoaston 5- Andrews. 20; j The work on the railroad right of
Schmidt, 1. v.-ay to .the .damsite is ah ed of the
State senator Hudspeth. 225S. contract schedule, and the nt?r- -
tate legislature JIcGown. 214S: t tract -hmM -hn mni.y . T
- - ..... ...w v-uuijjicicu ueiure jail"
office of county clerk Pitman. This
does not include the returns from pre
cinct Xo. 98 at 5Zax-tx.'c -rr-nrYi -arTni.'h
have not vet been returned. It is joc
known if an election was held there. (
takes Views of roswell
TO THE CHICAGO LAND SHOW. ! tlle local display.
Roswell, X. JL, Xov. 1G. J. O. KIrby j The T- F- c- met Tuesday afternoon
secretary of the Roswell Commercial i 'lvitn Mis:! Edna Carter.
club, has taken to the Chicago lnn.i t Tne Benevolent association met at
show 25 stprpnnticni vfon-c nr to- . the Jlethodist church.
well farms and orchards for use in
advertising the great Pecos valley and
The authorities at at Elida have no
tified the police ollicers at Roswell
that as soon as the charcre of shnnifff-
ing against H. H. Ball, a blacksmith !
..' - i
1 nere, is uisposed of, they want him
CAKE BAKING CONTEST AT
ARTESIA PROVES SUCCESS
Artesla, X. JI., Xov. 16. In a lo- j there on a charge of stealing a shot
cal cake baking contest tthere were gun. JI. Price & Co. accuse Ball of
over 40 entries. A cake baked by Jlr. j stealing a 12 yard piece of silk which
I)1itrirr ToT-lT AlrlarMa 1 OOI .TJSt, Tfc' j:i ...
- - - : " . .. .i .... ... ..iu.t (.L itr. .iitiu I AAir iiii ii.-r-iTcr- rte tttj.. r.. .
cago to -look alter the arranging ot 4c- : . . r , "T "o cCAi uuae &e-
1 rT. 1 4. - , -,, neBW. aca tne emu-erorce of tho
District attorney Xealon, "22. J construction company is now being
, Sheriff Edwards, 2179; Gasser. 321; i centered on the Jrock work. Trestles
jr. -.. naii, i cast m precinct iv.) 1 are also being built.
I county juages iyiar, 2303.
County clerk Pitman, 2204.
County assessor Huffman, 2294.
Countjj collector Harper, 2296.
County attorney Bridgexs. 2292.
County treasurer JIagoffin, 2294.
I county sclicol superintendent Rain- ! the edges of
' --. oonr 1 ,
1 . -ou
Rev. E. P. Alldredge not being abl
to reach Portales from Tucumcari,
Rev. Jlr. Williamson of. Silver City, j
X. JI., preached at the Baptist church.
weather, indoor target practice will be
provided for Company B. X. JI. X. G. I F. Atkinson
Cotton Gins Biut. I Jlrs. O. G. Greer, third;
Bowman secured first prize, Airs. -j. tn.ey claim fell from under his over
MEXICAN YOUTH DRAGGED
TO DEATH IN ROPING HOItSI
Fort Davis, Texas, Xov. 16. Felesta !
Grenow, a Jlexican youth, while roping
a horse on the Kellv ranch, was thrown
and dragged to his death. Ranchmen
found the boy unconscfous and ho died
while they were bringing him from
Fort Davis. Grenow lived
The two cotton gin", one in Carls
bad and the other at JIalaga, continue
to turn out the cotton bales as fast as
the cotton is picked and brought iu.
Already about 600 bales hav.e been
ginned and shipped to Cleveland Bro?.,
at Houston. The cotton is yielding
from three-fourths of a bale to a.
small fraction over a bale per acre. II
is estimated that only about one-half
of the crop has thus far been picked.
second prize; 1 coat when he was called into the office while the"
1; Jlrs. F. J. and his overcoat unbuttoned bv force 1 the ranch to Fo
-Antonio Kuy- j The bazar and dinner given bv the near Yalentine.
's prize. The 1 women of the Southern jr R (.imn-h Jlr. O'Keefe:
cakes were then auctioned off for the ( in the Allison building, increas-d the ! With 'P10141 fever. The family lately
benefit of the band. The cake taking amount In their treasury nearly $120 came here from Lampasas, Texas..
iLukins. fourth, and Jliss
kenall secured the gin s prize
Jlr. O'Keefe's son is seriously ill
the first prize sold for 15 to T. F.
Blackmor.e. Xearly $i0 was reaiizeu
from the sale.
Warner Jlclnheny, who occupied the
Randolph farm on the Cotton wood,
had an explosion from a gasoline
stove that destroyed all his house
hold effects as v."ll as the house he
lived in. There was no insurance
Will Begin Boring for Oil in
Tovah Field This
Toyah, Tex., Xov. 16. Business is
brisk in the West Texas oil field near
Toyah. The Corslcana Petroleum com-
I BOUND OVER ON CHARGE OP
! SHOOTING W CHINK'S ROOM.
Joseph, of Amarillo. are the architects.
The next meeting of the local W. C.
T. U. will be held nt the home of Jlrs.
H. E. Caldwell, Tuesday. November 22.
Gus Anderson i putting in several
HAS BIG" COMPLETED ' mil&s of concrete sidewalks and cross
ings at iagerman.
A large number of pumping plants
are being installed near Artesia in the
weak well district, the power being 1 A musical program will be given De-
furnished by the Artesia X.ight and comber 2. '
Power company. Among those secur- J ine Aid society of the Presbyterian
ing power are I. R. Daniel, George
Frisk. J. JI. Conn, Gayle. Talbot and
G. JI. Brown. "
W. C. JIarable is installing a crude1
pany, said to be a branch of the oil engine for pumping purposes on
Standard, has completed Its rig, the his ranch on the Penasco near Day-
WORK IS STARTED OX
HOTEL AT TUCUMCARI
Tucumcari. X. JL, Xov. 16. v.ork has , Globe, Ariz., Xov. 1G Hattie 'Keller
been started on the excavation for the has been bound over to the grand jury
Now Vorenberg hotel. The basement on a charge of shooting up the apart
will extend the width of the building i ments of the Chinese cook in the Acme
and 90 feet in lengtn. The drawing of I hotel because he told her the landladv
the new building, shows that It will be 1 Vas out.
a handsome structure. Roquemore and I
tase. Aseptic Pepsin, a little Xux, Gold- j machinery for drilling is on the j ten..
en Seal and fruit acids. These tablets
can now be found at all drug stores
under the name of Stuart's Dyspepsia
Tablets and not being a patent medi
cine can be used with perfect safelv
ard assurance that healthy appetite
and thorough digestion will follow
their regular use after mtals.
Jlr. R. S. Workman, Chicago. 111..
ground and the bit will pierce the i Dr. TJ. P. White hasmoved into nis
earth before the end of the week. The new pressed brick office building.
rig is set up 10 miles north of here j Work on the new $23,000 Jrethodist
on a big tract which th Corslcana church. South, has been resumed.
company has acquired
The Toyah Oil and Pipeline company, I HAS NEW PROCESS FOR
COLORING CEDENT BLOCKS.
Pecos, Tex., Xov. 16. C. R. Rottke.
general manager of the Texas Jllca
church will have a market at C. C.
Chapman's store on East JIain street.
Saturday. A bazaar will also be given
early in December.
The second number of the Liyceuii
course will be neld at the First Pres
bytorian church Friday, the entertain
ers bolng the Coxs, cartoonists and elocutionists.
recently organized. Is also completing
the preliminary arrangements for be
ginning actual work on the ground.
writes: uatarrn is a local condition I v ".::& ate iu ue upeneu in xuyaii oy company
resulting from a neglected cold in the the new company, wlhch is composed citv. an
head, whereby the lining membrane of of Jlidland and Toyah capitalists. Paso county, is In Pedos conferrin
J-V. -. .. 1. ,t- ,-- tnfln nt .-. J - J 1 I TATf-kLT' TT1 I I TQlT- fr 1 tAPT ttAll n a n. . f 1. j. 1 M! XT 3 ... " W
ine xiujjt; uetuuics mimuicu anu me po - 1 " " -" - uu . w;;i -" .o a"u wilil lue oiLicerts ui uie in in. Jir. fJTar- .loiwhfor AlVc Wmwi r-
sonous discharge therefrom passing i as possible and will be kept up until I Rottke brought 'samples with him of a ! fnrni. Q -r' r-:o,-i- t.' e
backward into .the throat reaches the J results are obtained. t new proccss'building material of which lT,;no , .;,, ,..,. t !,..
The best pieceof news here recently i he is the inventor. This process has y,nrna.'
. . . . I "vv.j.
MACHINERY FOR. ICE AND
ELECTRIC PLANT RECEIVED
jrarfa, Tex., Xov. 16. The JTarfa
Ice and Electric company has received
its new machinery and will begin at
once with the instalation work.
"Trcs nnrJ 'MVc TTairl Tt-qIoti1 tiot-a
,-. with general offices in this j retutned to thelrm ljome ln Dal, Th
d mines near Van Horn, in El ' . ,,,. .. , ' , .,
j Jl:i-.' Ireland's mother, Jlrs. Farmer.
stomach, thus producing catarrh of the
stomach. Jledical authorities prescrib
ed for me for three years for catarrh
of stomach without cure, but today. I
am the happiest of men after using
only one box of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tab
lets. 1 cannot. find appropriate words
to express my good feeling. I have
found flesh, appetite, and sound rest
from their use."
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets is the saf
est preparation as well as the simplest
and most convenient remedy for any
form of indigestion, catarrh of stom
ach, biliousness, sour stomach, heart
burn and bloating after meals.
AFRAID RABBIT SERIM
WILL MAKE II m RUN.
Whether William jrcCormick of
Cananea, who is in El Paso taking
treatment at the Pasteur institute, will
develop any of the proclivities of a
rabbit is a mooted question with him.
he stated Tuesday, but the occurrA:ne
would not surprise him, he also said.
The treatment includes daI. injec
tions of rabbit serum into the veins
of the patient.
"It's just this way," he- explained,
"over in Glasgow, Scotland, Jt sur
geon once grafted the pupil of a cat's
eye onto the eyo of a friend of mine,
and when the man recovered he was
unable to restrain himself from roam
ing around at night. Xow what I'm
in doubt about is whether after all
this rabbit serum has been injected
into me, I'll run every itme I 5e a
Jliss Jlinnie Joe Farmer. Carl
was the report that the Texas company J been copyrighted. It consists in blow-
had bought the trackage ground on the ing mica Into the cement, while tho j Farmer 'and Jlr. and Jlrs. Farmer the toothache
oil field side of the Texas & Pacific ' cement is soft, this giving it a much h2Ve returned to El Paso. J stood it for S
okiliuji. it, ja oaiu umi Liie company j more sc-iia appearance, ann a Deauti- Jlrs. Lon Singleton Avers and JIr5
refused an offer of ground on the op- ful silver like tinge. For many years, j Thomas Dean, of Alnine mvp n r-
according to Jlr. Rottke. artificial stone cital at the opera house to a very ap-
manuiaciurers, nave ueen. trying to ; preciative audience.
TRAVELS I'.IOO MILES TO
GET ACHING TOOTH PULLED.
Seattle, Wash., Xov. 16. Arnold
Price is here to have his tooth pulled.
Prirre oamr from ofntrnl Ala elm n
J distance of 2500 miles, to get the trou-
posite side of the track at any price
and it is believed that the ground
purchased is to be used for sidings and
trackage to handle the crude oil out
put from the Texas company's wells in
the1 Toyah field. A pipeline from the
field to the railroad is also hinted at,
to have its terminus on the ground re
cently acquired by the pioneer com
pany in this field.
find some substance or other element
which if added to the Portland cement
would take away the undesirable tone
in the color of cement blocks.
The Texasv Jlica, company'has now" a
capacity of 40 tons of mica per day,
and' has he distinction of being in the
:; - I
LITERARY SOCIETY ELECTS
AND SNOW-FALLS AT ALTO.
Alto, X. JI., Xov. 16. The Alto Lit
blcsome tooth extracted. He has had
e since September. He
a few days and then bo-
came desperate and started to Seattle.
He would have had the tooth pulled
in Xome, but when he reached there
he found that the last dentist had left.
j County surveyor Eubank
Precinct No. 1.
James Clifford, 1440.
J. J. Ormsbe, 324.
J. J. Smith, 23S.
J. J. Perez. 205.
C. JL JIcKinney. 173.
T. D. Love, 112.
E. B. JlcClintock. 139S.
H. F. Stacy, 159S.
Victor Jlontoj-a, 1279.
R. F. Mitchell. 434.
Justice Louis Foix. 23?.
Constable S. C. Alderete, 239-
Justice Isaac Blum. 127.
Constable C. C. Carpis, 12C.
Luis Varra'. 133.
Sart'aro Chavez, 72.
Constable P. Coznl-s, 3 93.
Justice J. W"TPnrratt. 30.
A. T. Duncan, lo.
J. B. Cavcn1er, 15.
Constable Gus Bop-el, IS.
J. R. Whitten. 2.
J. A. King. 15.
T. r. Wafford, 3K.
X. W. Rouseaw, 2.
.. Ciavtpn. 60.
D. B. Jackson. 1. .,
Justice J. H. Ware. 41.
Constable Clarence R'dtrely, 41.
For amendment to constitution, S.
Against amendment. 62.
GIRL GETS CAUGHT BETWEEN
POSTOFFICE DOOR STATldXS.
j Physical culture while you wait is
the newest wrinkle at the postoffice.
rew webbing has been tacked along
the revolving- storm
I doors. The webblne: beinsr new- T
stiff and the going is exceedingly
hea.vy through the main entrances to
the postoffice. A small girl with a
I black beaver hat on her head was
t caught between' stations Tuesday and
t had to -wait until someone came alo-ac
j and pushed the doors around and lib-
j TWO SMALL BOYS HELD
FOR KILLING A COMPANION
Victoria. Texas. Xov. 16. Joseph JI.
j Zimmer and brother, Frank Zlmmcr.
boys aged 10 and 15, were arrested t-"-
day following the shooting and killing
of Emil JIu-?ller, aged 13. The shoot
ing occurred at Anaqua, 22 miles sojti
of Victoria, and was the result of a
neighborhood quarrel over cattle.
BACK FROM PHOENIX FAIR.
The party fit El Paso bankers who
attended the Arizona Bankers' associa-
tary and Debating society has elected tion meeting at Phoenix, returned Jlon-
fhe following officers: Watt Gilmore,''"
president; Jliss Estelle Linam, vice
president; JIfss JIae Gilmore, secre-
day afternoon. They say the terri
torial fair was no bigger or better than
he El Paso fair.
NE BIG FOOL
iBut He Doesn't Live in EJ
Paso jtfor Read the
A man In Connecticut gave a doctor, &
specialist in catarrh, $50 to cure him o
this common yet most obnoxious dis
ease. The specialist gave him a bottle of
medicine and told him when "and how
to use It.
The fool took the medicine home, took
one dose, put it on a shelf and made no
further effort to follow instructions.
Tcxce months later with the medicine
still on the shelf he told a friend ttiat
the specialist was a fake; that he had
paid him $50 and still had catarrh as
bad as ever.
This story is told for a purpose.
HYOJIEI (pronounce it Hlgh-o-me)
won't cure catarrh if you don't breathe
It; it will cure catarrh if you breathe It
regularly. , ,
Furthermore, you don't need to give a
catarrh specialist $50 to cure you of
catarrh, for the specialist is yet to ba
VrT-r Tirliri pan ttrr5t n hpttpr nrowpln.
ADYOCATES MEET IN SHERMAN tion tnan HYOJIEI.
Sherman. Texas. Xov. 1G. The Rd Kelly & Pollard and druggists every
where guarantee HYOJIEI to cure ca
tarrh or money back. A complete outfit
which consists of a bottle of HYOJIEI,
a hard rubber inhaler and simple in
structions for use costs only $1.00 Sep
arate bottles of HYOMEI if afterward
needed cost but 50 cents. If you al
ready own a HYOJIEI inhaler you can
get a beetle of HYOJIEI at Kelly &
Pollard's for 50 cents. Xo. stomaca
dosing just breathe it.
RED RIVER IMPROVEMENT
River Improvemcrt association will
contirue in session through today. Con
gressman Jlorris Shepard is acting 33
chairman. Addresses were delivered
by congressman C. B. Randall, mayor
J. C. Wall, congressman Wallace, of
Kansas, congressman-elect Goodwin, of
Arkansas, H. D. McDonald, of Paris,
and Capt. Scoville, of Shreveport.