El Paso Herald (El Paso, Tex.), Ed. 1, Thursday, January 9, 1913 Page: 4 of 10
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EL PASO HERALD
Thursday January 9 1913
Get the Best Suit in El
Sadler Has 20 Men at Work;
Meet in Deming.
Paso at Less Than Cost
Southern Pacific Cf. H. & S.
A. and T. & P. Put on
Many New Men.
PAR MINES U
$32.50 Suits and Overcoats .$21.75
$30.00 Suits and Overcoats .E....r.-K.. $20.00
$25.00 Suits and Overcoats.. ...t.-.j.(.. .$16.65
$22.50 Suits and Overcoats .-k.-.-.... $15.00
$20.00 Suits and Overcoats .fc.M.I3. ... . $13.35
$18.00 Suits and Overcoats -..r5. ...-.. $12.00
exist aQ over the house that contains a
Stamford Gas Heater
"because in whatever room you use it every corner
is cozy and you can use it in every room.
No matter how sudden the change in weather
you can have a cozy room to dress in a warm dining
room to breakfast in a comfortable sewing room or
nursery during the day and a cheery living room in
the evening and all this without any smoke or any
odor and with no more trouble than is needed to
carry thetlight little STAMFORD from room to
room. You should see them in every size and style
and at prices ranging from $4.00 up.
El Paso Gas & Electric . Co
To El Paso Electric Railway company
The Easiest Way
No scrubbing or scorning or
touching the bowl with the
hands. Use Sani-Hasha
powdered chemical compound
disinfectant and deodorant
harmless to bowl and
Cleans Water-Closet Bowls
makes them white as new no
matter how badly discolored.
It works like magic easy
25 cents a can at your
grocer's or druggist's
425 N.Oregon St
to make additions at car barns. Cotton
and Olive estimated cost $23000.
To George Beandett to erect a gar-
age 1419 Hawthorne street estimated
To George Beaudett. to remodel
store -front 110 Mesa avenue estimated
Deeds Filed. '
South side of Douglas between Alta
and Copia streets J.-Ip. Priest to Lang-
ford J. Locke lots 19 to 2T block 126
east El Paso; consideration $2000;
December 19 1912.
South side of Bio Grande between
West Boulevard and alley Richard F.
Burses and W. Cooley to Fanny Mont-
gomery Davie lots 47 to 50 block S
Sunset Heights; consideration $6800;
January 3. 1913.
Leahy to Frank R-'Tobin 26 and 5-14
acres Ascarate grant; consideration
$10; January S 1613. v
"West side of Oregont between Sixth
and Seventh streets Charles B. Ste-
vens to T. J. Jones and L L. Lehman
north 17 feet of lot 7. and soHth 18 feet
of lot 8 Mock 73 Campbell's addition;
consideration $1760; January 4 1913.
El Paso county Texas L. J. Gil-
christ and Crawford Harvie to Charles
Davis lots 7 to 16 block 16. Manhattan
Heights: consideration $4000; Decem-
ber 28 1912.
North side of Boulevard between
A.usfin and Newman streets J. W.
Parker and wife and George. B. Oliver
and wife to Fannie H. Scott easterly
16 2-3 feet of lot 23 and westerly 16 2-3
feet of lot 24 block 61 Franklin
Heights; consideration. $3100;' Decem-
ber 17. 1912.
South isde of Mansana. between Co-
pia and city limits East EI Paso town
company to Urbana Gardea lots 17 and
JEl. 2Si 4k east Bl Paso; considera-
tion $300; December 28 191S.
Licensed to Wed.
S? ?J and Lulsa Moreno.
S ls and Cayetana Torres.
ank Etle and Norma Hellweg.
rr-jr Blrhn Boys.
January sf0" SuIIa- 630 FoUrtn streak
SPENDS LAST JiicKBlj 1S
ATTEMPT TO ETVD LIFE
Chicago I1L Jan. 9. Andrew Kra-
wazyk hungry and with onlv a nickel
js pocket spent his last ctnt to gain
admlttMce to an elevated station that
he might leap in front of a train. He
jumped but was not injured severely.
The station platform was crowded
with men and women when Krawazyk
pushed his way through the throne: and
leaped before a train. He was brushfd
from tV t'-ack inj "S-hen the cruirila
ul'ci fi'm rvt v v rvp ' on.'"-
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The Deming office of The El Paso
Herald Is in the Chamber of Com-
merce. Roy Bedichek Is correspond-
ent. The Herald"s distributor in
Deming Is the Leffler & Field Cigar
and News Store. The Herald will be
delivered to all parts of the city the
same night of publication at 60 cents
Deming N. M. Jan. 9. G. M. Sadler
Laving bought the fluor spar mines of
the American Firemen's Mining company
has begun the operation of the property
putting a force of 20 men at work. Spar
will be shipped to the Colorado Fuel and
Iron company Pueblo Colo. at the rate
of 500 tons per month. This spar B
noted as the purest in the world run-
ning above 90 percent calcium fluoride.
It is used by the Colorado Fuel and Iron
company as a flux. The mines are lo-
cated 12 miles from Deming at the foot
of the Cooks range. The shipping point
is Florida station. Besides the work-
ings of the old company Mr. Sadler is
working a number qf new locations
which are most promising.
Highway Route Selected.
Delegates from the. southern tier of
counties in Jvew Mexico met at Deming
to route the Southern Automobile high-
way through New Mexico. The route
agreed upon includes Lordsburg Silver
City Deming Las Cruces and tentative-
ly from Cruces to El Paso. The New
Mexico auxiliary for this association was
organized with W. S. Cox of Silver City
as vice Dresident. and Francis E. Lester
of Las Cruces as state organizer. The
meeting of the entire association with
representatives from every state trav-
ersed will be held in Asheville N. G
February 15 next. Dr. Hoffman of tlua
place was appointed a committee on
resolutions. The resolutions adopted
dealt largely with the historic trails
through this portion of New Mexico and
bring out the fact that Cabeza dc Baca
traversed this region as early as 1630
starting from Culiacan and going north
through what is now the state of Sonora
crossing into what is now Grant county
crossing Luna county near the point
where Deming now stands and from
thence to a point on the Bio Grande
about where Las Cruces is now situated.
The resolutions also call attention to the
fact that the old ButterfieW trail trav-
erses this particular section giving an
auto route through here an added his-
Santa Fe Got Funny With a
Railroad and Has Paid
the Price Dearly.
Santa Fe N. M Jan. 9. One thou-
sand and fifty-eight $1000 bonds of
series C. provided for in the state con-
stitution for the redemption of the
bonded indebtedness of Grant and
Santa Fe counties have been turned
over to TV". N. Coler & company and in
return $1068000 of the Santa Fe coun-
ty -bonds defaulted interest and judg-
ments turned over to the state loan
Thus ended one gloomy chapter In
Santa Fe county's financial history
commencing a third of a century ago
when Santa Fe thinking the then
building Atchison road either could'
not or would not build through north-
ern New Mexico without passing
through the capital city instead of
giving free right of way through the
county and terminal site as other
towns were doing Santa Fe demanded
$30000 for the required land. Thus it
happened that the nearest the main
line came to Santa Fe was Lamy IS
miles away. Since the railroad would
not come to Santa Fe Santa Fe had to
go to the railroad so the Lamy branch
was built bonds to the amount of $160-
000 being Issued. These nor any In-
terest were ever paid. Bonds for a
like amount were also Issued to secure
the building into Santa Fe of the nar-
row gage the Denver & Rio Grande
branch. These too went unpaid and
the interest was defaulted. Supreme
court decisions rendered the Santa Fe
county bonds Invalid a parallel case
in Arizona being carried to the United
States supreme court and there de-
cided against the bonds.
Thomas B. Catron at that time dele-
gate from New Mexico Introduced a
bill which was passed and the bonds
validated but still no interest nor
principal was paid. When the consti-
tution was framed provision was made
for a bond issue to refund the debts of
the various counties. This was to be
called series B. The total exclusive
of Grant and Santa Fe counties amount-
ed only to $450000 but the other coun-
ties refused to be taxed to pay the big
indebtedness of Santa Fe and Grant
counties amounting to over a million
and a quarter so a special bond issue
series C was provided for. This issue
was guaranteed by a grant of 1000000
acres of land from the United States.
The state has not as yet selected the
million acres from amour the 34.000.000
acres of public domain in New Mexico.
ACCUSED FEUDIST DENIES HE
KILLED KENTUCKY SHEItlFF
Winchester Ky. Jan. 3. Andrew
Johnson accused by the -widow and
daughter of former sheriff Bd Calla-
han of Breathitt county of having
been one of the two feudists that fired
the shot that killed Callahan last
spring denied at the trial that he was
in the vicinity at the time of the mur-
der. He "could not remember" when
questioned about previous testimony he
had given to the grand jury. The pros-
ecution has closed its case in the trial
of Smith and Johnson two of the IS
men indicted in connection with the
alleged conspiracy that resulted in Cal-
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Several new operators have been em-
ployed by the G. H. Many new men
have been employed In all departments
Iuj. tile aeiv;c tuiu t uui v;jixm a
essary to put on anther helper engine
I between El Paso and Straus on the
S. P. The G. H. and S. P. are doing
the heaviest business at present of
anv road running into El Paso.
A new crew has bean put on by the
T. P. between Bl Paso and Toyah on
account of a heavy rush of business.
Conductor Sam Deere is in charge of
this crew and has caboose 2112. Harry
&nox and W. E. Sturgis are the brake-
men. m Change Made In Tard Force.
A change has been made in the yard
force of the T. P. at EI Paso by which
A. D. Martine the day yardmaster is
on the night .shift and J. A. Shoe-
maker the night yardmaster is on the
T. P. engine No. 395 which has been
in the shops ever since being torn up
In the rear end collision at Tornlllo.
several weeks ago has been repaired
and is now back in road service. En-
gineer Ben Cole is handling the throt-
tle and fireman Harris is wielding the
switch engine iso. 40U oi xne aoutn-
western has just been turned out of
the shops after a complete overhaul-
ing and Is now working in the yards
with engineer L. O. King at the
Mention of Railroad Men.
J. W. Gleason switchman on the G.
IL Is laying off.
J. F. O'Reilly has a position on the
G. H. as switchman.
Lee Singleton is now working on the
G. H. as switchman.
M. Robertson has been employed by
the G. H. as switchman.
Jack Hughes brakeman on the T. P
Is taking a short layoff.
J. P. Davis conductor on the G. H-
has resigned from the service.
L. J. Handy and K. Kelly switch-
men on the G. H.. are laying off.
Fireman Will Harris of the T. P..
is working on passenger for a few
E. C. Clark fireman on the T. P..
has reported for duty after a week's
J. P. Purdy and iL Jacks have se-
cured positions as switchmen on the
John Held switchman on the G. H..
has reported for duty after a week's
J. F. Johnson switchman on the G.
H. has been promoted to be engine
Lt B. Wooten switchman on the T.
P. has been promoted to be an engine
J. B. McGinley switchman on the
T. P.. is laying off on account of be-
J. W. McCarthy switchman on the
G. H. is laying off on account of be-
Frank Krentz brakeman for the S.
P. at Tucson is spending a few days
in Bl Paso.
Conductor Lower of the T. P. -is
laying off and extra conductor Bening
is .relieving him.
L. C. Smith brakeman on conductor
Sheays crew of the T. P. is laying off
for a few trips.
J. J. Armstrong extra engine fore-
man on the G. H-. Is laying off on ac-
count of being sick.
H. Alsop brakeman on the T. P.. Is
laying off and extra brakeman Thom-
as is relieving him.
J. A. Enstrom switchman on the G.
H. has reported for duty after being
off for several days.
F. E. Brown formerly an engineer
on the G. H. now aas a position on
the city police force. '
Jack Gentry brakeman on the T. P-
is laying off and brakeman George
Johnson is relieving him.
Conductor Jacobs of the T. P.. is
laying off and extra conductor Jerry
Thompson in relieving him.
Jack Warren brakeman on the T. P.
is laying off on account of being sick.
Walter Lyle is relieving him.
Frank Miller has resigned his posi-
tion at the' Southwestern shops and
has returned to Alpine Texas.
W. A Whittle conductor on the
Sanderson division of the G. EL. has
been assigned to a regular run.
T. H. Binkley conductor on the G.
H. is working on passenger for a few
George Rogers is relieving him.
H. Junean who was recently em-
ployed by the G. H. as switchman is
now working on the day lead crew.
Charlie Matheney. conductor for the
G. H. at Sanderson has reported for
duty after a short visit to Bl Paso.
N. R. Stephens brakeman on the G.
IL. is working on passenger for a few
trips on conductor C. Brahm's crew.
M. A. Callicat and F. Fowler have
been employed by the G. H. as brake-
men and sent to Sanderson for sorvice.
O. M. Hunger engineer on the T. P
Is laying off for a few trips and ex-
tra engineer A. Wade is relieving him.
A W. Francis brakeman on the G.
H. at Del Rio has resigned from the
service and is now located in El Paso.
Oscar Darr engineer on the T. P.
who has been running the 382 for a
few trips is now bacs on the extra
; Overstreet switchman on the G.
H. lines reported for duty and is now
working as engine foreman for a few
D. Blocker who was badly scalded
some time ago at the Southwestern
shops has recovered and reported for
Mrs. R. Blair wife of roadmaster
Blair of the Southwestern at Duran
has returned home after & short visit
ntin J" has put ln a new" wafer
station at Boracho.
.Lius was neces-
w? offer One Hundred Dollars Re-
ward for any case of Catarrh that can-
not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CHENEY & CO. Toledo O.
Jfe the undersigned have known F.
J. Cheney for the last 15 years and be-
lieve nlm perfectly honorable in all bus-
iness transactions and financially able
to carry out any obligation made by
his firm. f
"WALDING KINNAN & MARVIN.
. Wholesale Druggists Toledo. O.
"s uatarrh Cure is taken lnter-
nany acting directly upon the blood
I ana mninua a.rA.. .i .
rnA. T . auiiautjB ul me system.
Testimonials sent free. Price 75c. per
b0"e- Sold by all Druggists.
Take Hall's Family P1II3 for constipation.
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I i ' lab1 $9k
in 4i3 xi. oiainuii ai. n ' izr t--" - -a
7 S 1 Bell Phone 136. H $W&5$4$F$Sg
109 - 121
LOOK WHO'S HERE
"THE LITTLE DOCTOR"
"When going out of town take the
Little Doctor with you in your grip.
You may need his services at your des-
tination. Mac Laren's Mustard Cerate
"the Little Doctor" wiU relievo at
once cold in head sore throat conges-
tion of lungs pleurisy painful head-
aches neuralgia lumbago soreness or
muscles and cold in joints Mac Lar-
en's Mustard Cerate will NEVER BLIS-
TER. HARDEN THE SKIN or irritate.
For sale at all GOOD DRUGGISTS in
jars 25c and 50c Demand the original
FREE SAMPLE on request. Mac Laren
Drug Co. Cleveland Ohio or Los An
geles. Cal. Advertisement.
sary on account of shortage of water
at Allamore. .
George Chastian has returned to his
home In Marfa after a short visit to
Bl Paso. Mr. Chastian was formerly a
carpenter on the G. H.
George McCoy switchman on the T.
P. who has been working for the past
few days as engine foreman is now
back at work as helper.
C. G. Davis conductor on the S. P
has reported for duty. George Savage
who has been relieving him is now
back at work as brakeman.
R. P. Goodrich brakeman on the G.
H. is working on the S. P. for a few
days In temporary service on account
of a shortage of brakemen.
L. M. Clark brakeman on the T. P..
is laying off to take his examination
as conductor. C. L. Zwlck is reliev-
ing Mr. Clark as brakeman. -
K. Lumsden. who has been working
In the G. H. yards at El Paso as engine
foreman has been appointed night
yardmaster for the G. H.. at Sander-
g'. Bell who has been firing the S.
P. switch engine at Toyah for the past
few months has been transferred in
service and is now working out of
Bl Paso. - .
H. G. Clark brakeman on the G. H..
that Buyers of Furniture are Hecoming more exacting
each year that they demand better goods. We do
our best to encourage this tendency. We welcome the
critical buyer for we feel that we are well equipped
to satisfy him.
When the discriminating buyer finds what he wants
it requires no effort to-sell him: it is our- aim to have
what he wants.
- 113 San Francisco St
CHEN NEED GH
GROSS FEVERISH I
Any child will gladly take "Cascarets Candy Cathartic" which a:
gently- -never gripe or produce the slightest uneasiness though cleanses th
little one's Constipated Bowels sweetens the stomach and puts the liver ln a
Full directions for children and grown-ups in each package.
Mothers can rest easy a'ter giving this gentle thorough laxative to
All Work Guaranteed.
We give gas for extraction.
203 Trust Bldg. Phone 537.
has been assigned to a regular run be-
tween El Paso and Valentine. Mr.
Clark was formerly a brakeman on
Charley Sbeay conductor -on the T.
P. who has been working on passen-
ger for the past few trips is laying
off. Charlie Eckard Is now In charge
of Mr. Sheajs crew.
L. L. Parker the T. P. brakeman
who has been off for several weeks on
account of an Injury has reported for
duty and has been placed on conduc-
tor Billy Moon's crew.
Miss Stella Boggs sister of carpen-
ter Boggs of the G. H.. who has been
ill for some time at her home. 1107
North Stanton street has been removed
to Hotel Dieu ior treatment.
J. Foster brakeman on the G. BL.
while letting off a brake on a car
That I will never again be with-
out a bottle of
V- . "
It is the grandest tasting whiskey
I have ever had ever want to
have or ever expect to get.
Its genuine purity its real old age
makes it the ONE whiskey that should
be used exclusively in every home.
If you have not already tried it do so to-
day you'll never regret it that's sure.
On sale generall' at Hotels Cafes and Clubs.
Dealers everywhere supply the home.
1. E. EPPSTEIN & CO. Sole Distributors - MAIN OFFICE DALLAS TEXAS
SO CCSfSa Never gRpo aefcea.
WORK WHILE YOU SLEEP."
ASSAYEES & CHEMISTS
Custom Assay Office
CEITCHETT & FERGUSOH
Assayers Chemists Metallurgists
AGENTS FOR ORE SKIPPERS
210 San Francises St
Bell Phone 334. Auto Phone 1334.
Independent Assay Of?!
D. W. BscfeUEr. EJL. Proprietor
Agtnt for Ore Sbtpptr Assays axt
Cbsmtooi AbcJssIs. Mints Exesdatt
and Reported Upon. jfuHlsn Yfark a
Spedcitj. Pm p. BOX8S.
Office and Libcntarj:
Wednesday morning fell from the top
of the car to the ground and received
a serious injury to his hack. He 3
now reported to be reetlng easy.
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