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EL PASO HEUALD
Friday, January 24, 1913
SHr jimmy pipe tobacco
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Prince Albert kicks a pipe grouch right out of a man's
system. It can't bite your tongue, because the sting is cut out
by a patented process. P. A. is deliciously fresh and fragrant
It's the kind of a smoke that's good for what ails youl
VlilMIP A I oETonr
the national joy smoke
Gentlemen, here's tobacco that's as bully good
rolled into a cigarette as fired up in a pipe.
You make a break-away from the dust-brands
and ire-brands and give P. A. five rounds. 'We'll
take a chance on your bet The cloth bag for
5c is a handy package.
P. A. is crimp cut and rolls up easily. It has
a -wonderfully different flavor. There is no
waste making 'em yourself, either.
Our first-hand advice is: Go to it now! All
R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO.
Winston-Salem, N. C.
In the tidy ioc tins; toppy 5c bags handy for cigarette making,
half-pound and pound tin humidors and pound glass humidors.
1 mm Jill
1 ptl BURNING PlftjS 1 S2
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Oti YOUR Table
You can't know how really good Velva Syrup is,
unless you serve it to your family not at any one
meal but at all three. There's a use for Velva three
times a day on griddle cakes, muffins or biscuits in
the morning, in dainty desserts at noon, in cakes and
cookies at night. Besides that, you'll find that
makes the best candies and fudge that you ever munched
chewy taffies, kisses, pulled candies and sugary sweets and the
fudge; you, can't beat it, try as you will. Nearly a
hundred ways of using Velva, the syrup in the red can
clean, sanitary, delicious. Send for the book of
Velva recipes. No charge. Velva in the green can,
too, if you prefer it. Both kinds, ten cents up,
according to size.
I atpfal Red Velva Svrao. 2 avails cranberries. 6
lemons, 2 ess whites. 1 1-2 atpfuls snsar, 1 quart
water. Carer the cranberries vith water and boil until
Soft. Strain and add the svmn xnrrnrmrl Irmnn
jmce. Freeze, and when partly frozen add the
whites of esss and freeze to the desired con
sistency. This is excellent with tarkey.
PENICK & FORD, Ltd.
New Orleans, La.
TO EXTEND SEWERS
BIsbee, Ariz., Jan. 24 Sewer inspect
or Perry Is now going over the bids
for a carload of sewer pipe and the
successful bidder will probably be an
nounced at tbe next meeting of the
council. The pipe is being bought for
an extension of the sewer system up
Th& new cooling plant of the Bis
bee Improvement company, upon which
work has been progressing for the last
few months, has been completed. The
pond, which is a alrge concrete affair,
measures 60 by 90 feet and the average
depth is three feet. The capacity Is
100,000 gallons ot water, while the ca
pacity of the system is tue cooling1
of 1600 gallons of water per minute.
NEW PHONE COMPANY
Alpine, Tex., Jan. 24. Business men
of Alpine are considering a project for
financing a cooperative telephone ex
change. The new jail and fireproof vault on
the courthouse grounds are now com
pleted and in use.
J. W. Battles has completed the erec
tion of five cottages of five rooms each
on College Heights.
J. A, Starkie, division engineer of
the Orient railroad, has made arrange
ments for the immediate construction
of the railroad viaduct on Bridge street.
It is to be of cement and iron, and
leaves two 52-foot driveways under
neath. The track will be 14 feet above
tho roadway, allowing ample space for
the passage of vehicles.
PHOENIX WILL HAVE
Committee of 100 Named to Arrange
for Election to Decide on Com
Phoenix, Ariz., Jan. 24. For the pur
pose of taking active charge of the
coming city charter election, a com
mittee of 100 Phoenix citizens has been
The committee will select a non
partisan ticket to be submitted to the
people as candidates for charter com
missioners. The commissioners will
then draw a charter providing for the
commission form of government
Last spring Phoenix elected a char-
All Good 7 Passenger AUTOS FOR
HIRE. Best Service. Polite Atten
tion. S3 per hour.
ter commisison and in the fall adopted
the document recommended. Governor
Hunt, however, found such serious ob
jections to it that he refused to sign
It. His most serious objection was that
it gave the commission the power to
lease public utilities owned by the
Now the procedure must be gone
through again, and the principal duty
of ,the committee of 100 Is to see that
no more mistakes are made.
BOND GRANTED TO
ALLEGED HOLDUP MEN
L. E. Ross, former United States
secret service man, who stands charged
by 19 indictments returned with rob
bery and conspiracy to rob by assault
by the use of firearms in connection
...... w.c jiuiuup ai me Jacvoy um.es,
must furnish a J20.000 bond in order
to gain his release, pending a trial on
these charges. The bonds of C. P. Pit
man and V. L. Snyder, his codefen
dants, who also stand indicted on sim
ilar charges, were fixed at ? 10,000 for
the former and $2560 for the latter.
The amount of the bonds was fixed fal
lowing the hearingof the habeas cor
pus proceedings Thursday afternoon in
the 34th district court
' IMPROVE3IEXTS ARE MADE
ON BAJLMORIIEA PROPERTY
Balmorhea, Texas, Jan. 24. J. E. Cun
ningham, of Dallas, is having a deep
well drilled on his farm, three miles
east of town.
E. D. Balcom and J. R. Frazier are
making improvements In their homes in
PATAGOXIA TO HAVE A NEW
SCHOOL HOUSE, TO COST $10,000
Patagonia, Ariz., Jan. 24. Plans have
been made for the erection of a $10,000
brick public school house here.
LORDSBURG IS TO HAVE XEW
CONCRETE COUNTY JAIL.
Lordsburg, N. SL, Jan. 24. Lordsburg
is to have a new jail. The county com
missioners have appropriated $500 for
the purpose. It will be of concrete, 18
xl8 feet and will have a cage 12 feet
square in the center. The new building
will occupy the site of the oid one,
which has been remoyed.
Shelton-Payne Arms Co.
SHIP FOUNDERS: 12 DROWN.
Great Crimsby, Eng- Jan. 24.
Twelve of the crew of the bark Agda
were drowned when that vessel foun
dered on Tuesday at the mouth of the
Humber. Three sailors, the only sur
vivors, were picked up by a trawler
and landed here.
The arotbers' Favorite.
A cough medicine for children should
be harmless. It should be pleasant to
take. It should be effectual. Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy is all of this
and is the mothers' favorite every
where. For sale by all dealers. Adv.
SPECIAL SPANISH DISHES
EVERY DAY" AT SHELDON CAFE.
About one hundred rolls of slightly
damaged guaranteed roofing at half
price. Lander Lumber Co.
Try the new Turkljth hathn and bar
ber shop Paso- del Norte hotel.
Just ri'inuj a tarlojia of add sash
:r.d doors. Lander Lumber Co.
THOUSAND DEI IT
Tucson Farms Co. Completes
First Unit; Casa Grande
Is Filling Up.
Tucson, Ariz., Jan. 24. One thousand
men are now employed on the $750,000
reclamation project of the Tucson
Farms company in the Santa Oruz
valley. The company owns 6000 acres
of land, divided into units of equal
size, and is developing water from the
Santa Cruz. Flood waters are caught
and diverted by surface dams. The
subterannean flow is caught in cross
trenches, 60 feet wide and 30 feet deep,
and is lifted Into canals by 30 pumps,
200 feet apart The bottoms and a part
of the sides of the trenches, of which
there is one for each unit, are concrete
lined. The canals which carry the
water away to the land are also lined
Unit No. 1 is now in working shape.
The water development is complete;
the land is cleared, leveled, stumped'
and planted in crops. "Work is in pro
gress on unit No. 2.
Casa Grande Filling Up.
Casa Grande, which now has 1J)00
people, -will have 3000 within 18 months
and during that time land values,
which have doubled within the past few
months, will treble, in the opinion of
J. F. Brown, state senator and presi
dent of the Casa Grande Valley "Water
Users' association, who is spending a
few days here before going to Phoenix
to attend the opening of the legislature
So many land seekers have arrived
in Casa Grande recently that they have
to live in tents. All available houses
were first taken and now all rooms are
occupied. A "white city" has sprung
up In the outskirts of town. Settlers
and their families arrive every day and
the railroad agent at Casa Grande re
ports that the local yards are constant
ly full of chartered cars containing
household equipment or livestock for
The water users" association is pur
chasing machinery with which the ca
nal now being built will be pushed for
ward at the rate of about six miles per
month. It Is estimated that 50,000
acres of land in the valley will be
watered from the canal within a year.
Remarkable Effects of a Rem
edy That Actually Irri
gates the Entire
BIG BUILDINGS FOR
TUCSON ARE PLANNED
Many Homes Are Being Built and All
Are Sold Before They Are
Tucson, Ariz., Jan. 24. With the In
tention of putting up a two or .three
story office building, Dr. C. A. Schrader
has just purchased what is known lo
cally as the old Mansfeld property, on
West Congress street between Main
and Warner streets, for $17,000. Two
years ago it sold for $5000. The prop
erty is near the El raso & Southwest
As the result of the burning of sev
eral stores near the corner of Stone
avenue and Congress street the Masons
who own the property are contemplat
ing the erection of a $100,000 five story
concrete building. Two members of
the Masonic building committee favor
it The committee comprises three
An almost unprecedented period of
home building is now under way here.
New houses are being commenced ev
ery day, and many more are approach
ing compleion. Of these most 'are sold
before they are finished.
FORT HUACHUCA EXTENSION
IS PRACTICALLY" COMPLETED
Fort Huachuca, Ariz., Jan. 24. The
track laying train is now well into
the fort and 10 days more should see
the last rail laid. As soon as the track
is In condition to run regular trains
and the train service is open to the
public it is said there will be a series
of social events at the fort It is also
said that several excursion trains will
be run from Douglas, Bisbee and Tombstone.
It sounds queer to take a blood bath
but that is percisely the effect of a most
remarkable remedy known as S. S. S. It
has tho peculiar action of soaking
through the intestines directly into tha
blood. In five minutes its Influence is at
work in every artery, vein and tiny capil
lary. Every membrane, every organ of
the body, every enunctory becomes in
effect a filter to strain the blod of im
purities. The stimulating properties of
S. S. S. compel the skin, liver, bowels,
kidneys, bladder to all work to tho one
end of casting out every irritating; every
pain-inflicting atom of poison; it dislodges
by irrigation an accumulations in tho
joints, dissolves acid accretions, renders
them neutral and scatters those peculiar
formations in tho nerve centers that
cause such mystifying and often bafling
And best of all, this remarkable rem
edy is welcome to the weakest stomach.
If you have drugged yourself until your
stomach is nearly paralyzed, you will bo
astonished to find that S. S. S. gives no
sensation but goes right to work. This
is because it is a pure vegetable infusion,
is taken naturally into your blood just as
pure air is Inhaled naturally into your
The great Swift Laboratory has spent
millions of dollars in perfecting, produc
ing and placing in the hands of the pub
lic this wonderful remedy. So give your
blood a good bath with S. S. S., for it
knocks tho worst forms of rheumatism
Tou can get It at any drug store at
$1.00 a bottle. It is a standard remedy,
recognized everywhere as the greatest
blood specific ever discovered. If yours
Is a peculiar case and you desire expert
advice, write to The Swift Specific Co.,
127 Swift Bldg.. Atlanta, Ga.
TUCUMCARI CHURCH TO
INSTAL HEATING PLANT
Tucumcari, N. M., Jan. 24. Metho
dists of Tucumcari will not have to
worship in the cold In the future. At a
recent meeting of the church members
a collection of $300 was taken with
which to purchase a heating plant for
the Methodist church. It will be In
stalled at once. This collection was
one of the largest ever raised at one
time in eastern New Mexico and was
secured by Rev. A. N. Evans.
WILL ADD A PLANER.
Weed, N. M., Jan. 24. D. F. Johnson,
the sawmill man. has gone to Artesia
after a planer. He has active demand
for all the planed lumber he can furnish.
Sore Langs and a Dry
Hacking Cough can be
relieved by using
Its effect In the lungs 13.
soothing and healing, very
gratifying to thoso who arc
racked by a Dalnful cough. Re
lieves tightness, loosens
phlegm, cleara tho voico of
hoarseness and quiets all Irri
tated conditions, so that the
sleep is no longer disturbed at
Price 25c, 50c and 91.00.
Buy the $1.00 size. It con
tains five times as much as the
25c size, and you get with each
bottle a Dr. Herrlck's Red Pep
per Porous Plaster for the ciestg
JamesF.Ballard.Prop. StLouls.Mo. I
humor on face
PHILADELPHIA, Dec 6; 1912.
"In December 1903; xny f sea be
came sore. 1 tried Gvery&uig
that waa recommended, and my face
got worse instead of better. I spen t
over $100 and got so benefit The
face and nose were very red and the
eruption bad the appearance of snail
boils, which itched me terribly. I
cannot tail you how terrible my face
looked all I can say is, Itwefidread
f ul, and I angered beyond description.
"Ihavonot gone on the street arty
time tinea 1S08 tcitfuntt a veil, antu
now. Just four month's ago a friend
persuaded me to give Resinol a trial.
I have used three cakes of Resinol
Soap and less than a jar of Resinol
Ointment, and my face Is perfectly
free from any eruption, and nar skin
is as clear and clean as any child's.
It fa about four weVs since tha last
ptmple disappeared." (Signed) Mrs.
M. J. Batsman, 4256 Viola Street
Far ever dchtoen yean BeslDol has
peen a doctor's nrescriptlon asd hoczs
bdd remedy for.Bkin tnwiHea. punples,
bams. tore, ppe, etc Resinol Olnt
ncatsodfieslsflSbsri o!d by cO dros
ststs. Porssmtle of each, write to Dept
12-T. Bostnsl Cjbeo. Co., Baltfcore, Mi.
Stephens Eye Salve Is a healing
ointment tor &ore eyes.
OUR 40c PER LB.
PECAN GLACE BAR
"FOLLOW THE CROWD."
A simple, saf o and effective treatment
for bronchial troubles, withoatdosingthe
stomach with dregs. Used with success
for thirty years.
The air carrying the antiseptic vapor, in
spired with every breath, makes breath
ing easy, soothes the sore throat, and
stops the cough, assuring restful nights.
Cresolene is invaluable to mothers with
young children and a boon to sufferers
Send us postal for
Try Cresolene Antiseptic
Throat T&bletsfor the ir
ritated throat. They are
simple, effective and anti
septic. Of yourdrnggist
or from us, 10c in stamps.
VAPO CRESOLENE CO.
Wf) GARTHS J
mO ? 9 jf
Wear the best garters
tca aX Arriovo
25c - 50c
TI1E STORE BBAtTIFLL.
A. Steiki & Co
and New York
Suits and overcoats from our regular
stock; you never wore better clothes than
these. All the best weaves are shown;
all the latest and best colors and patterns;
the styles and patterns are in the most
perfect fashions; they are certainly ex
ceptional values. See them tomorrow.
ODD SIZES IN SHIRTS AT A
$1.25, $1.50 and $2.00 Shirts, sizes 14
to 17, broen lots, special $1.00
Any painting material we sell either wholesale or
retail that does not give satisfaction, let:us know and
we will adjust it.
210-212 N. STANTON
Tell These People What You Want
They Will Respond Promptly
Ben 608 & 629. DRUGGISTS
A. E. RYAN & CO.
OPEH ALI, HIGHT.
212 SAH AHTONIO ST.
ASD AUTO GARAGE. PHONE 1
Our equipment Is complete Passenger Automobiles, Auto Baggage Tracks.
Hacks. Livery Rigs, Light and heavy hauling; Storage warehouse.
Call ODOM'S TRANSFER
To haul your baggage or move 7011. Storage and packing by careful
This famous cooking medium
has supplanted butter and hog lard for all
cooking purposes and no wonder.
Crusto fries quickly, doesn't sink into foods,
is 100 per cent cooking value, makes
foods easy to digest
For shortening, frying and cake making
Crusto is unequalled.
Crusto costs less than half as much as
j butter yet produces better results.
MAGNOLIA COTTON OIL CO.
;EST TO THE SOUTHEAST-1
12 Hours Quicker via Shreveport
"Direct Line to Charleston, S. C."
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Se us for bargains in city property
and valley lands.
Keene, Ireland & Park Co.
Phone 5313. 214 Mills Blrtp.
i:i Paso, Texas.
All Work Guaranteed.
We grve gas for extraction.
203 Trust Bldg. Phone 537.