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Tuesday, December 13, 1910.
L PASO HERALD Z Famous "Pint of Cough jLUS sY Syrup" Receipt Las Graces and the Mesilla Valley WHEAT PLANTING- OH AT SAN MIGUEL I Las Cruces, N. M., Dec. 13. D. B. I Pniirio-iicr n nrominfint business man . . v.0 , x -- Make a plain syrup by mixing- one , of San Miguel, was in Las Cruces yes- Pint OJ. gXaUUliiLCU OUbai ouu 73 !"- Ol warm waier auu oui mu uim- $ JTo Better Remedy at Any Price. Fully Guar&ateed. tfirdnv on business before tne court I concerning the boundary line of a part ) of Ills land. Mr. Rodriguez states that there has This gives you a family supply of the been an abundance of water in tne best cough syrup at fe. saving of $2. gan Miguel ditch for . the past three It never spoils. Take a teaspoonful ,reevQ an(j that most of the farmers utes. Put 2 ounces of pure Pinex (fifty cents wortnj in a pint Dottie, and fill it up with the Sugar Syrup. n-rnrv ant, two or three hours, The effectiveness of this simple rem edy Is surprising. It seems to take hold instantly, and will usually stop the most obstinate cough in 24 hours. there have finished irrigating tneir lands. More than 200 acres -of wheat have been or now are being planted in that locality, that which has aireaay It tones up the jaded appetite and Is b put in the &round having already lust laxative enough to be helpful In a COUgn, aOU Uiia ii iiicaaiuB "tc ." excellent lor bronchial trouble, throat tickle, sore lungs and asthma, and an tinequaled remedy for whooping cough. This recipe lor making cough rem edy with Pinex and Sugar Syrup (or strained honey) is a prime favorite in thousands of homes in the United States and Canada. The plan "has been imitated, though never success fully. If you try it, use only genuine Pinex. which is the most valuable concentrated compound of Norway white pine extract, and is rich In culaicof and all the natural healing pine elements. Other preparations will not work in this recipe. A guaranty of absolute satisfaction, or money promptly refunded, goes with this recipe. Tour druggist has Pinex or will get it for you. If not, send to The Pinex Co.. Ft. Wayne, Ind. LAKEW06D GETS A CANNING FACTORY; 'Farmers to Plant 250 Acres ' in Vegetables to Supply the Cannery. Lakewood, N. M., Dec. 13. A can ning factory at Xakewood is assured. At a meeting of the Lakewood Truck Growers association a stock company was organized with $10,000 capital, J2000 of which was to be paid up stock. Arrangements are now being made to -erect a stone and cement building and install necessary machinery. This ma chinery will consist of the very latest models and will Include the sanitary capper. The majority of stock in this association has been taken by the farm ers in this vicinity, who have already made their arrangements to plant at least 250 acres of tomatoes, as well as other vegetables, for canning purposes. The beautiful McMillian laKe is jiom. rpppivfiH nne Irrigation. In addition to bo whpat ihere has been a large acre age of bosque land cleared this fali and this Is being piantea to ana-iiu. By next fall the acreage of culti vated lands on the Sap Miguel and neighboring ditches will have been almost doubled, and more land Will be brought wider cultivation next fall. The people of that community have unbounded faith in the Mesilla vallev and especially their portion of it, M are working in unison to make their part as productive and attractive as possible. FATTENINGCATTLE FOE SPUING- SALE M.. Dec 13. U. Las N. flrnr.A??. Turney, who owns one of the largest cattle ranches in this county, suuticu northeast of Las Cruces on the west side of the San Andres mountains hm placed severalOiundred head of stock on alfalfa pasture in this locality and will hold the animals there until the latter part of February or the first of March, when, he will ship to the east ern irrkets. Notwithstanding the dry season ai.d the lack of grass on the ranges the stock Is still fat and in good condition, but Mr. Turney desires to relieve his range as mucn as pos sible in order that it will carry the balance of his stock through the win ter. GETS SIXTY DAYS OX A . PETTY IiARCEXY CHARGE. Las Cruces, N. M., Dec 13. Ruperto Lopez" Is in the county jail here serving a 60 day sentence on a charge of petty larceny. Lopez was arrested by sheriff Felipe Lucero and tried before justice of the peace Manuel Lopez. He was nnnvmtod on a charge of . stealing a wiheelbarrow and several sections of being rapidly filled Dy tne pvwiuu u :r ,,.. fmm h -new residence officials, and when filled to ' of Sims besides getting away will cover an area three miles wide and of R. H. . of lumber. A At trns seasou w ----- ,oeafl QT1(1 1,0 searcn warrani wxo io goods were found in his house. In the matter of the attempted arson of the south school building and the chuTch, the county officers are at work on the case and as soon as the act can be traced down to the culprits they will be dealt with severely. crl-- mllas Innir. year it is covered with wild geese and ducks. aUARREL OVER WINDOW; WIFE SHOOTS HUSBAND Philadelphia, Pa., Dec. 13. Herbert Mason Clapp, a wealthy clubman of this city, is in a hospital with a bullet It his head and likely to die, and his wife is locked up charged with having shot him. According to the police, the couple quarrelea m $ieir room and Mrs. Clapp seized a heavy revolver and shot twice. One bullet crashed through the man's mouth, emerging near the left ear. '' At first the family and his physician attempted to conceal the facts, saying Clapp, who had been drinking and was suffering from nervousness, had acci dentally inflicted the wound. They quarreled abojit opening a window, GOVERNMENT ENGINEERS INSPECT 3IEXICAN RIVERS Mexico City, D. F., Dec 13. The de partment of fomento has appointed a commission of army engineers to studv rivers in the state of Sinaloa. Their report will serve to assist the water department in planning irrigatior in that state. MISTLETOE SHIPMENTS HEAVIER THAN FORMERLY Las Cruces, N. M., Dec. 13. Mistle toe is as popular as ever and Las Cru ces is benefiting to a very great ex tent this year as a result of the de mand being greater than the supply. Over 10,000 pounds in more than that many packages has been shipped out of here to Canada, Cuba and Hawaii. F. C. Barker & Co. are making many large wholesale shipments, while Fran cis E. Lester controls the outside re tail trade. Las Cruces. $1 and other valuable con sideration. L. H. Vanderwerf, of El Paso, to R. H. Greer of Brady, Texas, warranty deed to lots 21 and 22 in block 59, of Miller's1 Washington Park addition to Las Cruces. SI and other valuable con siderations. ' L. H. Vanderwerf. of El Paso, Texas, to C P Patrick, of Barksdale, Texas, warranty deed to lot 24 in block 2 of Miller's Washington Park addition to Las Cruces. $1 and other valuable con siderations. , . L. H. Vanderwerf. of El Paso, to S. P. Stockton, of Barksdale. Texas, war rantv deed to lot 48 in block o9 of Miller's Washington Park addition to Las Cruces. $1 and other valuable con siderations. L H. Vanderwerf, of El Paso, to Geo. X. Patrick, of Barksdale. Texas, war ranty deed to lot 25 in block i7 of Miller's Washington Park addition to Las Cruces. 1 and other valuable con siderations. mo, L h Vanderwerf, of El Paso. Texas, to Miss S.tlWWhatley. of Barksdale. Texas, warranty deed to lots 41 and 42 in block 77 of Miller's Washington Park addition to Las Cruces. $1 and otner valuable considerations. . Licence Issued. A license to practice medicine in the territory of New Mexico has been is sued by the New Mexico board of health and medical examiners to John A. Smith, of El Paso. Texas, a gradu ate of the University of Maryland. Marriage License. A marriage license has been issued to Sisto Gonzalez 27 years, and Anita Baldonado, aged 19 years, both' of Gar field. Birth Returns. October 30, a son was born to Fa bian Fierres and wife, at La Union. November 5. a daughter was born to Augustln Marquez and wife, at Berlno. LOHMAN PLANS TO BUILD NEW BUSINESS BLOCK IN CRUCES. Las Cruces, N. M., Dec. 13. Martin Lohman is preparing to have plans made for a new business block to be erected 'on his property on Water street to be located just back of his new store room on Main -street. He expects to put up three fine business rooms with a west frontage, and will widen Water street along his property when he begins to build, so as to make a good thoroughfare of It. LAS CRUCES MINOR HAPPENINGS. Las Cruces, N. M.) Dec. 13. The Misses Agnes and Ajina Cumbee, of Ro dey who have been the guests of their uncle, Sam F. Bean, for the past few days, have returned to their duties as school teachers iff Rodey. M C. O'Hara is having plans, "drawn up for the erection of a new hay -barn at his ranch, Avondale, just south of Tjl Cruces. W A. Sutherland, chairman of the Dona Ana count, good roads commit tee was a visitor in the -Pass City yes terday trying to pick up information upon the cost and durability of public roads, in order that he will be able to present facts at the smoker Friday night. . Mrs J D. Buquor. of El Paso, who has been the guest of Sam F. Bean and family for several days, has returned to her home. " DANCE AT RINK SUNDAY. Las Cruces. N. M., Dec 13. The Ava los orchestra gave a very delightful dance at the rink Sunday, afternoon, which was attended by a large crowd and a most enjoyable time nad. The orchestra expects to give several more of these dances during the winter. Hot Clam Bouirron wun salt sprays Elite Confectionery Co. Smokers Have a Kick Coming; Jlew Cars Have No Open Platform By T. G. Turner. We, the smokers of El Paso, are mad! And where there is smoke there is fire, and fire is hot and, well We are mad we the smokers of El Paso at those new street cars, not be cause they are nice, ladylike" street cars, comfortable and all that, but be cause of a new smokers' regulation, or rather a new regulation for smokers. We repeat that we are angry, no, not angry, mad! Where It Started please, variety of vehicles has come an j mnheard of thing. The new cars are without partition between interior and platform, only an iron rail distinguish ing the section. So it is supposed supposed, mark you, we will admit no more that all the car is closed, that is to say, is not open. And We Do Not Smoke. They have hung "no smoking" signs, with that warning of a fine, on the platforms, of the new cars. The con- r!iir-nT asts von Tint to smoke. XOU ..unvu. .... , .. .... . ,- ;- Some months ago the city council, m Know, ana tne conaucior khow mat a fit of reformation, passed an ordi- j is a city ordinance, and not a company nance prohibiting smokers smoking in regulation, mar. tnere is u nuu- closed street cars. The street car com pany did not pass the regulation, the city fathers and other relations did it for them. But that was all right, understand. Nobody really objected to that. We, the smokers of El Paso, still had the rear platform to smoke on and the open cars from stem to stern. New Cars New Rules. But with the arrival of the new pre pay -pay-as-you-enter, exact-change- near, let wnerr ne asKs you uui smoke, vou crrowL but smoke not. P It is suggested by we, the smokers of El Paso, that a rumble be attacneu to the rear of all "closed" street cars, and that those who smoke may attach themseles to said rumble. But then, that might not do, for they'd build a wall around us and call it "closed." And then they might close some of the streets, who knows? railroads of the United States amounted to $97,000,000. In 190S these dividends amounted to $386,009,000, an increase of 400 percent in 10 jrears. "In 1909 the railroads earned 93.000, 000 more net revenue "than they did in 1908, and for the first five months of 1910 have earned $33,000,000 dollars mnrfi net revenue than they did in the five corresponding months of the prevr-l ous year. Ab Injustice to tho People. "The advanced freight rates demand ed by the railroads, and now being con sidered by the -interstate commerce commission, were agreed to by the com bined railroads of the United States, and are, therefore, clearly in violation of the Sherman anti-trust law. I sub mit to you, gentlemen, the proposition that it is unwise and contrary to sound public policy for the federal govern ment to permit 'these railroads openly and flagrantly to violate the anti-trust law by combining for the purpose of advancing freight rates, and through their unlawful acts enormously to in crease the cost of transportation to the t PERMITS DROP OFF; ' ONE ISSUED MONDAY But one building permit was issued Monday by building inspector S. B. Haggart. it going to Fraser Bros., who will alter and build an addition to the ; store on lot 14, block 24S, Satterth waite's addition, North Oregon street,. The estimated cost is $1000. Deeds Filed. Van Horn, Tex. T. R. Motley to A. B. Wade, dndivlded half of lots 1, 2 and 3, block 31; $50; December llt 1910. Stevens Addition, Franklin street, between Buchanan and North Santa Fe street H. H. Bailey to F. R.,To bin undivided two-thirds interest in lots 37, 38, 39 and 40, block B; $10; December 9, 1910. Stevens addition, Franklin street, between Buchanan and North Santa Fe street Maggie Graham to H. H. Bailey, undivided one-third interest to lots 37, 38, 39 and 40, block B; 1; De cember 1, 1910. La Valley, Tex. C. and Aro Nugent :. nnin T frViA ,.iil viirr)i nTlf laws with impunity, in broad daylight, ?lo00; December 1, 1910; l TO VOTE FEBRUARY 9 ON ON ARIZONA'S CONSTITUTION Phoenix, Ariz., Dec. 13. Acting gov ernor Young Has issued a proclamation Betting February 9 as the day of elec tion for the ratification of the recently completed Arizona constitution. LAS CRUCES DAILY RECORD. . Las -Cruces. N. M, Dec. 13. The fol- lowing deeds and otner papers 01 rec ord nave been niea in tne ou.ii;e v. n probate clerk of Dona Ana county: Deeds Filed. El Paso Bank and Trust company, of El Paso, as trustee for Emma L. Berkey and husband, Oscar H Baum and Hat tie A. Baum, to John Gribben, deed to lot 19 in block 4 oKthe Valley View addition to Las 'Cruces. $60. : L. H. Vanderwerf, of El Paso, to P.' H. Greer, of Brady, Texas, warranty deed to lots 34 and 3o m diock: .so, ui Miller's Washington Park addition to HEALTH AND BEAUTY SECRETS BY MRS. MAE MARTYN. V. J.: To keep the scalp clean, sweet with spectacles after using it for a and iealtfaful it is necessary for many month or two. to shampoo once a week regularly- If your head Is Inclined to be oily or if b. W.: Red hairs are no more dis- you encounter much flying dust, you figuring 'on a woman's face than hairs should shampoo weekly. Soaps make 0f any other color. I think you arp, ihe hair dry, hard and brittle and too sensitive, but you can easily get cause streaks; don't use them, no mat- rid 0f that downy growth on your' face ter jaow delicately perfumed or attract- and forearms if vou wish. Get from ively colored. You can depend always your druggist one ounce of delatone, Hpon canthrox thoroughly cleansing make a paste by mixing a little of the your hair and scalp, removing all dan-, powder with a little water, and apply draff, oil and dust. It makes an abun- to the surface from which you wish to snee of searching yet 'bland lather. Dis- remove the hairs, allow to remain two solve a teaspoonful of canthrox in a or three minutes, then wipe off the cup of hofc water, pour 3, little on the paste and wash thoroughly with warm &ead at a time, rub as you would with water. This treatment will not Injure any shampoo; then rinse well. Your the skin and can be repeated if the ihair will dry quickly and evenly, so hairs should return. Two or three ap- that it is easy to do up. and it will be plications will kill the hair follicles for fo light, bright and fluffy .that it will good.. Your druggist will charge you a egni as if you have twice as much as dollar for one ounce of delatone. but 1 efore your shampoo. know of nothing else so good. It cer- tainly is much cheaper and less painful Mrs. X.: It is true your (husband than electrolysis took you "for better or forworse," but I de not "blame him for urging you to Miss Patsy: You ask for some corn do something for your falling- hair, for ploxion beautifier more refined than a partly bald woman is about the most powder. Try this: Dissolve four ounces unattractive sight I can imagine. You of spurmax In a half-pint of hot water, can postpone the "for worse" many add two tgaspoonfuls of glycerine, years if you will. The hair responds shake well and let cool. Apply to the quickly to proper treatment. Use can- face, neck and forearms with the palm fhT-nx for BhamMoinir and rub into the of the hand and rub gently until dry. sftalp and hair roots twice a week a Spurmax face wash cools, freshens and stituuon, wV31,.mn inon' quinine tonic which you can make at whitens the skin, does not "shine" or and all moral obligations imposed upon v.rtvno o iiffin Jnet fnilfvws; Gp.t streak with nersDiratlon. and "holds", respectable citizens. STUBBS GOES AFTER THE MAN HIGHER UP Kansas Governor Attacks Trusts and Judges Whot ' Absolve Thern. Chicago, 111., Dec 13. Governor W. R. Stubbs, of Kansas, made asensation al attack' upon railroads and" trusts, at the banquet of the Illinois Manufactur ers' association. He declared that "the advanced freight rates demanded by the railroads, were agreed to by the com bined railroads and are therefore clear ly in violation of the Sherman anti trust law," and were unjustifiable. The speaker condemned the judge who fines corporations for violations of law and "discharges the officers who get the money and are the real crim inals in the case." He asserted that "the relation of the federal government to unlawful commercial Institutions or ganized for spols and plunder is one of the most humiliating and disgraceful chapters in American history." Gov ernor Stubbs said in part: Packimg Trust Open Violation of the Law. 'T.et us have the courage to tell the exact truth. It is well known, for in stance, that within reasonable limits the packing house trust exercises ar bitrary power to fix the purchase price J of cattle, hogs ana otner livestocK, ana determine with accuracy the amount of profit which they will take as their share of the transaction. It is well know that the packing house trust was formed and is being operated in open and flagrant violation of moral and statutory laws." The speaker said that the methods employed by the giant masters of fi nance who have destroyed the natural laws of supply and demand throughout the nation are in open and flagrant vi olation of the Sherman anti-trust laws, the plain provisions of our federal con stitution, the common laws of our land, and thereby increase their profits mil lions of dollars per annum, what n centlve has any citizen to respect, the law. when he can increase his income by breaking it? "We have passed beyond the. stage where self-respecting public officials can barter and dicker and compromise with lawbreakers, rich or poor, high or low, great or small, on the theory that the rigid enforcement of law, without fear or favor, will injure business. "The relation of the federal govern ment to these unlawful commercial in stitutions organized for purposes of Licensed to Wed, Lon Clove and Lizzie Bravin . Juan Calderon and Pamflita Lopez. is Gutierrez and Leonleres Men dosa. x Births. To R. H. Thompson, American, Erie street, boy, November 25. To Ygna'clo Peres, Mexican, 510 1-2 Fifth, girl December 11. ODD FELLOWS WANT THE . P0ST0FFICE ON TOBIN LOT The local lodge of Odd Felknvs is cir- onlntinrr rL.nft.?Hrm whirh will 1a for- spolls and plunder Is one of the most j warded Washintrton, asking that the numuiaungana aisgracei-ui naptCi0 i, t ffi be tfehed on the Tobin property at the corner 01 canta re ana Franklin streets opposite Cleveland square. American history. The plain duty and task set for this generation is to es tablish once and forever the suprema cy of lasv and its power to control or ganized corporations, firms or indi viduals who directly or indirectly form combinations in restraint of trade. The Unjust Judse Scored. "T do not in any sense snare tne A SILVER CITY FOREST BAXGER WEDS IX XEW YORK New York, Dec. 13. Barrington Moore, of Silver. City, N. M., a forest opinion sometimes expressed that the ranger, is here to wed and spend official acts of a judge are too sacrea . "ouum to be criticised. No citizen of this re public occupies a more honorable or desirable position than a just udge who honors his office. But there le no more disreputable citizen than tli-i un just judge who brings discredit and disgrace to the office that should bo held sacred and used solely for the pur pose of meting out justice to all kinds and classes of persons. "A judge belonging to the last named class is, and ought to be a proper suo forever after identified." Governor Stubbs strongly opposed appointment or election of judges for a life term and declared that "the Amer ican people are being robbed every year of enough money by unlawful combina tions, trusts and jnonopolis to build this' entire work' How's This ? We offer One ilundred Dollars Reward for any case ot Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. O. We. the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney tor the last 15 years, and believe hira perfectly hon. orable In all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by his firm. Xation-ai. Ba:-x of Commerce. Toledo. Ohio. for public criticism, and he ought to De J directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the rjubllcly branded, so that he could be system. Testimonials sent free. Price T5 cents per bottle. Sold by all Drussrlsts. Take Hairs Family Pills for constipation. yynmc nt iltfln nct as follows: Get streak with perspiration, and 'holds from your druggist one ounce of quin- all day. It prevents freckles, tan. red- zoin dissolve it in one-Tialf pint of al- ness and roughness. You will be de- cohol. then add one-half pint of water, lighted with its -delicate daintiness. I and shake welL This' inexpensive tonic know, feeds the follicles and gives the hair new strength and life. It prevents p, q.: -you can make a face cream 1 dandruff and itching scalp, ana Keeps --ithout grease that will remove black -the hair clean, soft and silky. 9uin" "heads and cure open pores if you will zoin will not change the color of the ,.Pt from your druggist one ounce of hair but it will heighten the natural almozoln dissolve it in one-half pint color and give it lustre. It will stop cojd Water, add two teaspoonfuls of your hair falling out when you comb &iycerine, stir weir and let stand over It and will tend to make it grow In nigt. Massage with this almozoln thick and long. cream jelly nightly and it will prevent " -. or arrest -wrinkles, and soften and em Blanche "L. To be sure, you are bellish the skin, for it carries into the likely to get fatter during the winter cuticle and pores the glow of health months unless you take proper steps and gives that transparency and satiny to prevent the accumulation of excess feel so much desired. It quickly cor flesh. In fact you are even now en- rects a greasy, coarse skin, effectually tirelv "too stout for one of your height braces it and stimulates it to healthy Get from your drug store four ounces action. of parnotis and dissolve it in 1& pints of iot water. Then take a tablespoon- ancy: You cannot expect to have ful before each meal. This remedy is a smootn, rosy complexion as long as harmless and a rapid flesh reducer that vour Dlood is fUn 0f imnurities from a will not make it necessary for you to aerangea" liver, which -causes those half starve yourself to keep from get- ugly red pimpies on your face. What ting too fat. vou need is a good, cleansing1, 'system tonic that will purify your blood and I t.: No person's eyes will remain enable you to cultivate good looks. Get clear and bright under all condition;, an ounce of kardene from any drug If vours are inclined to become dull, store; dissolve it in one-half pint alco sxpressionless, red and inflamed when hoi. addins: one-half cup sugar, then exposed to sun, dtist or wind, you can enough hot water to make a full quart, easilv remove the trouble by dropping Take" a tablespoonful before each meal one or two drops of crvstos eye tonic and in a short time this good, old-fash-in each eye. Make this" tonic yourself, foned tonic will clear up, your skin of Just get an ounce of crj'stos from youT sallowness. give you a good appetite drugp-ist and dissolve it Jn a pint of and make you feel better and more en warm water. That is all .there is to ergetic It will really improve your this simple remedy, but it is so good looks a great deal and do you a world that many nave been a,ble to dispense of good respectable "In this connection the transportation question Is perhaps the most Important issue before the American people to day. The Wall street financiers, through a 'community of interest' scheme have by indirect methods form ed what practically amounts to a gi gantic railroad trust, which controls the rates and policies of the most im portant railroad systems in the United States. "The Northern Securities company, which was organized to consolidate the Great Northern, Northern Pacific and Burlington railways, all competing lines, was declared illegal by the fed eral supreme court. James J. Hill, J. Pierpont Morgan and their associates proved themselves to be above the law and higher than the courts by proceed ing immediately to destroy competition in railroad rates throughout the north western states by indirectly doing what the supreme court had decided -was unlawful for the Northern Securi ties companies to do. Tae Railro t.l Giant. "The railroad is a government agen cy, and is, therefore, supposed to he subject to law. It is a creature of gov ernment, but the creature has grown to such proportions of wealth and po litical power that provisions of law and decrees of courts have proved Ineffect ive in so far as they were 'intended to l exercise direct control over the opera tion- of these commercial giants. "In 1898 the dividends paid by the Instant Relief ferjSore Feet Sore Feet, Tender Feet and Swollen Feet Cured Every Time. TIZ Makes Sore Feet Well No Matter What Ails Them. If you "want the best meats at the lowest prices, call . 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YouUl never limp again or draw up your face in pain and you'll forget about your corns, bunions and callouses. You'll feel like a new person. TIZ is for sale at all druggists at 25c per box. or It will be sent you direct, if you wish, from Walter Luther Dodge & Co., Chicago, 111. Recommended and sold by Knoblauch Drug Co., Inc. For Rheumatism and Xer- rousness. Body, brain and nerves all de pend on electricitv for health and strength. Galvanic electricity is best. Electropodes (galvanic In soles) are positively unexcelled for Nervousness Electropodes eliminate excess uric acid and other impurities from the body. With these de stroying agents removed, nature will maintain a strong, healthy and vigorous nervous system. Electropodes also stimulate the circulation, and aid each organ to perform its oroper functions. A lady- writes from Texas: "Since wearing Electropodes, my circulation is improved and I do not have cramping in my lower limbs as I did before." 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Absolutely accurate, com nnrtltr fmilK nnd handsomely cased proof against hard knocks, with 17 Jewels, 'protecting all pivots from wear; Compeusafing Balance, which auto matically adjusts to temperature changes ; and MJcrometric Regulator, which cannot be accidentally moved Elgin Watch a M. WHEELER MODEL This watch is just right for you, too ! It's sterling qualities and distin guished appearance make it exactly fitted for business and professional men. The rigidly constructed 18 SIZE is for the man who does heavier work. The more compact 16 SIZE for men of lighter occupation. The thm model 12 SIZE is especially for the indoors man and for youths. Why not have your deliveryman examine this excellent timepiece at the nearest jeweler's?" He will gladly explain its strong points. And why not examine it yourself 2 The Movement alone coafa S17 In Filled Goia Cases, SW and up. In Solid' Gold Cases, S and up. Every man and woman ought to own an Elgin watch. 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' THE JA2SITOB SERVICE l j in The Herald Building is the most efficient in El Pascj, , THE LOCATION f :s at the very heart of the business center, wtiere every car goes by the door. '" , " v THE ROOMS ' - have the highest ceiSngs in town, and are bright and' aify, thoroughly warmed by steam in winter. THE PRICES J s as low as consistent with the highest standards of service. NO EXTRAS First National Bank Capital , ,. 600,000 Surplus and Profits r. ..,..-.,... . :,. .-. r 225,000 Deposits .'.... : ; 3,500,000 We cordially invite new business connections. Our new savings department pays 4 percent on deposits. OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS UNTIL 8 O'CLOCK a R. FOREHEAD, Present GEO. D. FLOSY, Cuhi. JOSEPH MAGOFFIN, V. Prea. C. N. BASSETT, Vk Pr. L. J. GILCEraST, AstfL Cah. State National Bank ESTABLISHED APRIL, 1S81. CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $175,000. A Legitimate Banking Business Transacted in All Its Branciea. HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR 31E2ICAN MONEY. Rio GrandeVatley Bank & Trust Co. Y. W. Turney, Prest. S. T. Turner. Yice Prest W. Ccoley, V. P. & 3Jgr. T. E. Arnold. Cashier. f F 3L Hurchison, Asst. Cashier. H. E. Christie, Secy. CAPITAL. SURPLUS AND PROFITS $150,000 GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED , SAVINGS DEPARTMENT OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS ESPECIAL ATTENTION TO OUT OF TOWN ACCOUNTS CITY NATIONAL BANK EL PASO, TEXAS. UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY Capital, Surplus and Profits, $350,000 ' OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS: U. S. Stewart Frank Powers C. H. Leaveli H. J. Simmons A. G. Andreas W. B. Latta B. Blumenthal -J. F. Williams H. M Andreas J. H. May SAVINGS DEPARTMENT OPEN SATURDAY UNTIL 8 P. M.