El Paso Daily Times. (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 23, Ed. 1 Tuesday, January 6, 1903 Page: 3 of 8
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EL PASO MORNING TIMES. TUESDAY, JANUARY; 6, 100:?.
NEW TERM OF
Grand Jury Daly Empanelled
and Inst rated and Then Ad-
journs Until Next Mon-
FOUR PLEAS OF GUILTY
Three Men Indicted for Burglary
Given Two Years Each iu the Pen-
itentiary and Boy Sent to the
1 He form School.
OTHER NEWS FROM THE COURTS
Yesterday morning the January
teim of Judge Walthall’s court con-
The following are the lists of the
grand and petit jurors:
Grand Jury—R. F. Campbell, fore-
man; H. li. Charman, C. C. Shelton.
.1. A, Murdock, R. If’ Loomis, 0. 0.
Seeton, W. H. Shelton, E. Kohlhe?g,
Crank del Bueno, J. Calisher, P. Burn-
ham and Charles Burkell.
Petit Jurors—E. M. Fink. H. F.
Bloom, W. R. Jackson. Samuel Blunt
enthal. J. H. Goodman, L. Jean, D. F.
Farrell, J. H. Wheatley, John Saun-
ders, J. Liian, Juan Larragola, A. J,
Taylor, William Crawford, John May-
hill, Joe Beach, 0. D. Owen anil R. P.
The grand jury received the usual
format instructions from the court.
A meeting was held, hut no business
transacted and an adjournment was
taken until next Monday morning,
The same court officials were ap-
IKtinted as served during the past
Plead Guilty. ,
The following prisoners under in-
dictments in Judge Walthall's court
were each given a term of two years,
three being sentenced to the peniten-
tiary and one to the house of correc-
Charles Franklin, entering building
with intention of committing theft.
John B. Smith, burglary.
Walter Brown, burglary.
Jil Martinez, burglary.
Brown and Smith are the two men
who entered a caboose at Sierra
Blanca and took a number of articles
belonging to the train crew. Frank-
lin is the prisoner who was captured
trying to enter the El Paso Saddlery
company's store, while Jil Martinez
is the lad who entered the store of F.
Ziaborsky and took two watches and
some other articles, Martinez was the
one who was sentenced to the house
glarizcd Saturday morning. It Is said
that there were three In the party,
who held up the bartender with a six-
shooter while they robbed the money
drawer, The robbers only secured a
small amount of money.
THE MERRY WAR
STILL GOES ON
The case * against '.^Hamlin, victor j ^ Parties fo the Strife for City
Vendlttl, Panchos Nmioz. B. Malone
and Samuel New-man. all charged with
running disorderly houses, were set
for today. It Is probable that the cases
named will be tnkon up for trial in
the order in which they appear on the
trial docket. The first case being
that against Nunoz.
Judge Sweeney dismissed the ap-
peals in the easea of the state against
Mrs. Arthur and Joseph Nixon on the
ground of defects in the appeal bonds.
Mrs. Arthur was accused of disturb-
ing the peace, while Nixon Is the pro-
prietor of the Parlor barber shop, who
was charged with violating the Sun-
day law. Both cases were taken up
from Justice Mitchell’s court. The
dismissals were ordered on motion of
the county attorney, and leave the
eases exactly as they were after con-
victions were secured In the lower
Old Suit on Trial.
Yesterday Judge Goggin was occu-
pied with the trial of the Delaro ease,
which has been pending for several
years before the courts. The case in-
volves the division of alleged partner-
ship property. Including what Is
known as the Bohemian saloon prop-
erty. The ease will probably not go
to the jury before noon today. This
is the third trial. Both times the
plaintiffs, scoured a verdict, but the
case was reversed and remanded.
Alberto Sanchez plead guilty before
Judge Sweeney to aggravated assault
and was fined $25 and costs of suit.
Tho defendant was charged with at-
tacking Maximo Aranda Christmas
day at San Elizario and giving him a
Offices Hen! Their Reach
men in Line anti Pay
Hotels Will Be Filled With Guests for
Many people from a distance who
intend to visit El Paso next week are
sending in inquiries concerning the
| reservation of quarters at the leading
| hotels. Manager IV Groff of the Orn-
I dorff hotel received several requests
! yesterday from distant cities for
rooms during the Carnival. To each
I of the letters he replied that it would
j be impossible to reserve rooms, and
the same policy, it is understood, is
A SHARP FIGIIT PROMISED.! um\earTm, by ,ht> °Uu''
Question as to the Legality of
Methods Employed Raised and May
Resnlt in a Bit of the Stren-
uous Life for Politicians.
Last year rooms were promised in ad-
| vnnee and the action resulted in much
| confusion, as in many instances rooms
the wh,rl1 tlu* hotel keepers thought
“*1 would he vacated by that time were
still occupied when the Carnival came
It is expected that tin hotels will
| be taxed to their utmost capacity next
Appearance Day. j ___.
The civil docket will he called to- i
day in the county court, when a mini- | POLITICAL SEWS AST) GOSSIP,
her of eases will he set for trial. It
Is also expected that several judg-
ments will be secured by default and
other suits dismissed for want of
Accused of Theft.
Guadalupe Merianes has been ar-
rested and locked up on a charge of
theft under the value of $50.
The defendant is accused of stealing
a pair of shoes from the Rattler store
on Overland street.
MY3TERY IS CLEARED UP
IDENTITY OF DEAD MAN FOUND
Officers of the Police Force Recognize
Him as a Man Whom They Had Ar-
rested for Vagrancy on Several
Occasions Recently. .
The mystery surrounding the find-
ing of a dead body near the pest house
Sunday morning was in a measure
cleared up yesterday. Officers Velo,
Halverson and Greet positively Iden-
tified the body as that of a man who
bad twice been arrested here on the
charge of drunkenness and who gave
his name ns Joe Bower.
About fifteen days ago Officer
Franco Velo arrested the man laying j
on one of tiie streets of the city in a (
drunken stupor. At the police station |
lie gave his name ns above stated and j
claimed that he was a railroader. The i
man pretended to he crippled In the j
left ankle, and on this account he was 1
allowed to go the morning after his
arrest on the promise of good Be-
havior. A few days afterward he was
arrested again on the same charge by
Officer Halverson. He was
known to do any work whjle in this
city and ills statement that he was a
railroader Is not credited by the of-
The murder theory, which was en-
tertained liv some, is now dispelled
and the belief by all who investigated
the case is that the man died from
exposure while drunk.
The body was interred 'ate yester-
day afternoon in Concordia cemetery.
A copy of The Times, containing a
description of the man, has been
mailed to Oskoloosa. Iowa, where a
cap that he wore had been purchased.
The usual comedv In reference to
the herding of voters is being enacted
at present by the heelers of the poli-
All day yesterday the gangs of Span-
ish- speaking natives were being es-
corted to the collector's office; where
their poll taxes were paid by hench-
men and the receipts wore pocketed
by those who had advanced the coin.
The farce of it all was apparent to
any onlooker. Under the system as
presented anything like an Intelligent
expression of the will of the people at
the polls in April would he Impossible.
The voters were brought forward in
droves In the usual manner and their
taxes were paid as each name was
called, As the receipts were issued
they were placed In envelopes, on
which each name was inscribed, and
taken charge of by the man who did
Around the city hall and court
house the Scene was in some respects
like an old fashioned election day.
Men unable to read or speak English
were being pulled and hauled and led
to the offices of the two collectors.
The Dwyer boys were much In evi-
dence, as usual, but Frank Aiderete,
Joe Escajeda and a few lesser lights
were also on hand. The Dwyer boys
were working for the Morehead fac-
tion. while Escajeda was for the Tur-
ney Hammett Martinez consolidation.
When asked who he was for. Frank
Aiderete said lie was "against de
gang. ’ He is employed in the real
estate office of Mayor Hammett,
Since early yesterday these "boys”
have been running vehicles and scour-
ing the town for votes, The initiative
was taken when Joe Escajeda paid the
polls of 500 persons in one bunch last
never | Friday Then the Dwyer boys began
to hustle and they have since been
bringing them in at the rate of ten
or fifteen per hour. At present tbo
collector's make the heelers produce
the bodies of the men on whom taxes
are paid, but it Is doubtful If such | orndorff
action is legal, for any person is priv- | ol
ilegeii to authorize his agent to pay his
taxes. Collector Davis refused to ac-
cept the payment of $1,000 from Joe
Escajeda for 500 names unless the
persons themselves were
week, hut at that the visitors will all
be comfortably housed, as the public
comfort Committee arc securing plenty
of quarters in private residences and
Speaking of the matter of taking
care of visitors during the Carnival,
a prominent gentleman said yester
"The capacity of El Paso for ab-
sorbing visitors is something remark
able. Before the meeting of the State
Teachers' association Inn last year
there was much difference of opinion
among residents as to whether or not
the city could accommodate the visit-
ors. Some people predicted that there
would he only a few hundred here,
others enthusisatically predicted that
the •number would reach 25,00(1, and
most people conservatively estimated
thst there would be about .,000, When
the convention met them were 7.500
teachers here, and they sere taken
rare of without the leasl hit of trou-
ble, Another demonstration or two
like this of her ability to quarter and
feed visitors, and El Paso will take
rank among the so-called convention
cities of the west,''
Thousands Nave Kidney
Trouble and Don’t Know It
! - -n,
Is ii Sour Masli Bourbon
Whisky, aged in wood
until 8 yenrs old—bottled
in bond under supervision
; of the Foiled States gov-
ernment. This is the ab-
solute guarantee of its
purity. If you do use
whisky, why not try and
get the best? The best
is tIn* cheapest, if you ;
consider tlit* result. Ask’
your dealer for Ingleside.
and it he does not keep it,
call at our store for it.
HOUCK & DIETER
Telephone 6S. 22011 Paso St.
CITY NEW8 IN BRIEF.
The public schools reopened yester-
day after the holiday vacation with a
N. E. Langley, who formerly Resided
in El Paso, but now lives In San
Francisco, is here on a visit..
An Infant daughter of Night Clerk
McCoy of the Gem saloon died yester-
day. The mother of the infant was
very low last evening.
Burt Glen, arrested here as a va-
grant, was found to 1m? from Deming.
where he is wanted for burglary. He
was held for the New Mexico sheriff.
The police last night arrested two
men as suspicious characters who are
supposed to be guilty of some petty
thieving, and also several others for
Sheriff Boone has returned from his
trip to Oklahoma, however he did not
bring back the prisoner for whom he
went. The sheriff, since his return,
has been quite ill at his residence.
It has been announced by the tele-
graph officials here that the new Pa-
cific cable, which has just been laid
between San Francisco and Honolulu,
is now ready for commercial busi-
The governor of Texas has ap-
pointed Dr. I, J. Bush of this city p
delegate to represent the state at the
annual meeting of the League of
j American Sportsmen at St. Paul in
j Shack, the. fire lad who formerly
[ worked at the city department, but
_ ; who recently accepted a position with
Saloon Raided. j ,h‘‘ Li,«ht aP* ,P™Z < ™H-any. was
, , , , . nevercJy ocaifled by the bursting of a
Word was received here yesterday ttoarn p,,)c thc otb*r nlght,
that a saloon just over the Now Moxi- A , ... , ... „
1 A dispatrh from Mineral Wells
O. B. Acton of Tucson Is in the city
\V. T. Cutter of Denison. Tex . Is
Oscar Wood Is til Hi" citv from
Hnchlta, N. M.
Jesse Hlttson. the well Known cat-
tleman, Is sick at the Zolp
E. M. Ray, a mining mao from Par-
ra). Is here on a business n ip.
Dr. .), P. Cov of Spoon- i WIs., is
lit the city for the Carnival
Gaston Ramirez of Mexico. is reg
(stored at Hotel Grand Central.
A. J. Elrod, the well known attor-
ney, has returned from Mexico.
J. S. Stephenson, a big cattleman
of Las Cruces, Is at the Zcigcr
Major William Fewell VI t ovei the
E. P & S. W. yesterday for Hie west,
George F. Campbell Is iu the city
from l-as Cruces looking nl'tet Imsl
Mr. and Mrs. Moore of Deepwater,
Mo,, are In tile city visiting C. M.
H. M. Dougherty of the Black Moan
lain Cattle company Is ii the city on
Rev. A. B. Fritz, a prominent mitt-
liter from Dubuque, Iowa, is at the
To Prove What Swamp-Root, the Great Kidney
Remedy, Will Do for YOU, Every Reader of
The Times May Have a Sample Bottle Sent
Free by Mail.
Weak and unhealthy kidneys are responsible for more sickness and i
suffering than any other disease, therefore, when through neglect or t
other causes, kidney trouble is perm itted to continue, fatal results are !
sure to follow.
Your other organs may need attention—but your kidneys most, be-
cause they do most and need attention first.
If you are sick or "feel badly," begin taking Dr, Kilmer’s Swamp-Root, |
the great kidney, liver and bladder remedy, because as soon as your kid- i
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Assays and Chemical
Minas Examined and
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EL PASO, TEXAS
ncys are well they
convince any one.
will help all the other organs to health. A trial will
The mild anil immediate effect of
Dr. Kilmer’s Swiuiiji-Rnot,. the great
kidney and bladder lemedy, Is siiiin
realized. It stands (lie highest for
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your whole system right, and the
host proof of tills 1h a I rial.
I I West
I I Till SI, N<
w York City.
Pedro Ortez, a prominent mining
man from Terllnqua. T>x Is at the
Hotel Grand Centra)
Mrs. Laura J, Hall 'of Van Horn,
produced, 1 accompanied by her on In-law I W
The January term of the edunty
court convened yesterday morning
with Judge Sweenpy presiding.
There were no suits tried, but the
criminal docket was railed and a num-
ber of eases set for trial. The docket
Is not very heavy for the present term,
as several persons accused of minor
offenses plead guilty during vacation,
thus enabling them to begin serving
their respective terms.
In Judge Walthall's court yesterday
the case of Rose Howe vs. J. P. Dieter
was called for trial, but by agreement
of counsel the hearing was postponed
until a later date owing to the absence
of the defendant.
This Is an action which has been
pending for some time, and is brought
on an alleged contract for $1,800.
although Escajeda had the power of i Cannon, is in the city
attorney to pay for the entire list and ! H. W. Peacock, of tin firm of Hun-
paid $600 for them to the city. • ' kle & Peacock, leaves today on a husi-
In spite of all the work being done J ness trip through Arizona,
by the henchmen the number of re- Colonel „ H Krvav f„m|lv or
ceipts issued yesterday was not alarm- r,pny(> have tak„n i„ winter quui
inglv great and Etecnjeda at ill holds
the key to the situation with his list
At the <ity hall the collector state!
at' 2 o’clock that the last receipt Is-
sued numbered 094 and many of those
who had paid since Saturday were
Americans. This would leave the
Dwyer boys probably 100 receipts to
At Collector Davis’ office about 325
ters at the Sheldon hotel.
U. O. Neuberger, tin popular sales-
man of Houck k Dieter t'o.’s. products,
leaves for New Mexico today.
W. T. Mead, who recently purchased
the San Domingo iamb, is at the
Zelger en route home from California
Charles B Boss, ptm basing agei.il.
for the Southern Pacific, with head
quarters at Tucson, is topping at the
“Dear Sir I bad been suffering so-
wn l.v from kidney trouble. All
symptoms were on band; my former
strength and power bad bd't m< ; I
could hardly drag myself along, liven
my mental capacity was giv’ug out,
ami often I wished to die Ii win
then I saw an advertisement of yours
in a New York paper, but would not
have paid any attention to it. had it
\ not promised a sworn guarantee with
j every bottle of your medicine, assert
I mg Unit your Hwamp-Koot is purely
j voge.able, and does not contain any
j harmful drugs. I am seventy years
I and four months old, and with a good
< oiiot ien e f cun reeommend Swamp
Root to all sufferers from kidney
troubles. Kotir nnmbeis of mv fain
ily have been using Swamp Knot for
four different kidney diseases, with
the same good results With many
thanks to you. I remain very truly
yours. RODICRT BKKNKR *
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ibis famous kidney lemody. Swamp-
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which you may test its virtues for
sui li disorders as kidney, bladder and
urh arid dis< a son. poor digestion,
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quentlv night and day. smarting or ir-
ritation in passing, brick dust or mmII
no ut in the urine, headache, back
ache, bum back, dizziness, sleepless
men, m rvoiisnesH. heart disturbance
due to bad kidney trouble, skin erup-
tions from bad blood, neuralgia, rlieii
until: in. clirbel *s, bloating, hritaldl
ity, . m limit feeling, lack of ambition,
I i. *; nf flesh, sallow complexion or
Ii your water, win n allowed to ie-
ru. it. umlistwrned in a glass or buttle
lor t w. ni ■. lour hours form a sc.li
iin ut oi settling ( i has a cloudy up
peatrdiec. it is evidence that your kid
m y- and bladder need' immediate at-
S’,' .imp-liocl Jh I he gi'al d i • < >, i V
of |e Kilmer, lb eminent ki-incy
imi Idadder i pen a list. Ilo.pitui. im
it \ it a \v mderful ( iicci in both
slight.-.urn) •*< r - i ai.i s Doctors ''re
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it in Hi ii own lfimillc,, bc< ,.i:.. they
pm .'.at/" ui Swamp Itoot tip* ,,<".ite*f
amt root t - uc, i.\*sful f hi*dy.
Swamp Root is plea rant to take
and -i f? r sal" the worbl over at dmg-
kim in lioHlef. of two sizes and two
price? fifty cents and one dollar
Uummiiei III* nano Swamp Root,
Di HtbmT K Swamp Root, and the ad
dn: Binghamton, N V.. on every
The Liberty Bakery’s
Home Made Bread
Ih tin* Best thing that lias happened
in the bread line.
112 South III Paso Street.
I H.RPItONI: 7M7.
COB UPSON AVENUE AND N SANTA FE STREET
TELEPHONE 581. EL PASO, TEXAS.
A General Hospital for Medical,
Surgical and Obstetrical Cases.
\ TH.MNlMi M II, Mil, EUR Ni USKH IS
* i in 11l i Ti;l> AT TI1K HOSPITAL
MISS M. R. SHAVER, Supt.
Graduate Norton infirmary nr Louis-
ville, Ky , mill I’osl (iiiuluato Gou-
eral Memorial Hospital, Now
receipts had Iroen issued since the Lorndorff
hooks were opened and of these man? Mjw j^u,. Aw.aral,.
were not - herded" voters.
in each of (he offices visited by the
reporter there were at least thirty
Mexicans standing in line awaiting
the issuance of receipts, which were
handed over to the heelers.
"We are working day and night to
catch up,” said Mr. Davis. “We is-
sue receipts all day and try to catch
up at night. That's all we are doing
Is issuing poll tax receipts," and he
flung five-silver dollars into a cigar Glays. left for Ills home ■ esterday.
liox where there w«-e already several , |- (j vv'olfe manage) of the Polaris!
hundred other dolmrs. | group of mines at Clifton. Ariz.. leaves
Joe Escajeda was seen hy a reporter ; on tiie west bound S P, train this '
on the outskirts of the crowd and j morning for the mines, after several!
asked if hi- was not afraid that the [ weeks' ahsoni c in the east.
Dwyer hoys would soon enroll |
SPECIAL NOTICE—-If you h:ne Up Mciiti t luptiuns of Kulnev or
bladder trouble, or If there Is :i Iraei- of It in your Ijiinlly hlHioty. . end ut
onii- to Dr. Kilmer AS Co.. Binghamton N V who will ghidly -n: you
hy mail immediately, without cost to you. a sample liotlle of S' uuip
Root and a hook containing many of lie ihmi -nnds of testimonial !eu< rs
received from men and women cured. In writing, he sure to nay that
yon read ti ls generous offer iu lie- El |\im> | tally 'l imes.
Ballenger & Longwell,
LIVERY, FEED and SALE STABLE
Hacks, Baggage, Bus.
niaeksmltlilng and wagon repairing.
! V full lino of Rubber..Tit-ea and other
| rigs for sale or rent. Telephone mo.
Miss Padilla of Las Cruces, Is in the j
city visiting her cousin it. E. Bryant ;
A. Mathias was re- a lied from New j
York on account of the serious ill •
ness of his little N,ye>u old daughter, j
who Is not expected to ve.
T. T. Lane, a prominent capitalist j
of Parral, Mexico, who lias been stop .
ping at the Orndorff f the past few i
can tine, near Rogers station, was bur-
tlian 5tto votes and have the same |
strength as himself.
' Not one-tenth of those voters they
are taking in there an' legal," he said, j
they can't vote them on election day. !
jl know every man that they have paid j 11
| the poll taxes for and there is sure to J)
i l>c trouble on election day If they try |
; to vote any of them."
The total sum already Invested In , li
l«ll tax re- eiots Is considerable, i
Hlx hundred and ninety-four receipts ! .1
issued hy th-' city netted $<2(1. and 225 : li
Issued for the state and county at $2 J *1
each cost $«50. It will he seen there- Jl
fore that the expenses of the corning ! jj
election -already amounts to about j r>
Standard 52 Yean
** The only Dentifrice of ■
Times Want Office
The Morning Times has established their uptown office for the con-
venience of the public unable to come to this office with the
Red Cross Pharmacy
204 Norih Oregon Street
Who will receive all Want Ads and have them attended to promptly.
Times Publishing Co.
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EL PASO, TEXAS.
Succewor to Buchanan & Power*.
Doors, Bash, .Stair Work.
Bank, Store and Office Fixtures.
I Jobbing Repairs Promptly Attended
Office and Mill: 610-«12(1H-616-618
St. lauds 8t. Phone 28.
HUGH A. McLEAN
Van Blarcom Block. 108 Mesa Avenue.
Habit of Healthy Europeans.
The sturdy Scotch. Germans.
French and Italians seldom or never
cat meat for breakfast.
lyong experience has taught that , health, while in this city tried to find
the breakfast should be simple and lout the whereabouts of her son. B. E.
not Include meat. 1 Payne, who she said wrote to her that
Many Americans suffer with weak j be was coming to El Paso to engage
stomachs and more or less illnoaa he- ; in the shoe business,
cause they fail to understand the sim : The sheriff of Luna county. New
pie and healthful plan of a breakfast Mexico, arrived yesterday and tdenti-
somewhat like the following: fled the man Geran. arrested hy the
A little fruit. i police Sunday night, as wanted a*
fk A dish of Grape-Nuts and cream. Iteming on a charge of being tmpli-
One or two soft eggs. I rated in the robbery of a Chinese rcs-
A cup of Postum Food Coffee and taurant Th • man had three watches
perhaps a piece of hard toa6t. on his person when captured, and a
A man says "1 eonldn't go on that number of knives and other articles.
until noon." j —----
One or two days' trial will tea< h • Mrs. Oscar Lornhan. Las Cruces,
him a big volume of facts and make j »0n dining room table and chairs
him feel "fit as a lord." There ia a raffied by Springer Christmas.
deep underlying and scientific reason, j .........................
The best" argument, however, is the I National Cnabion Frame Bicycle,
actual experience with such focal;- j the best mu(^ , at Iho El Paso Cycle
fasts. j company.
says: “W A. Rudd of El Paso, who
has been here gbout four months-for
his health, having consumption, was 1 gj 500'
found dead in bed at his lioarding ■ Those on th*- opposite side from
place yesterday morning. He was j.>faje<ia «av that if any illegal voters
about 2» years old. ( [are being herded he is doing It, as they
A Mrs, Payne, en route to California, fare paying the taxes of none hut legal
where she goes for the benefit of her ; voters. If Escajeda could get our
Hau. Sc Rcckki.. New York
men." said ouc
night, "he would
pay their taxes."
of th<- Dwyers last
he only too glad to
Write Your Friends in the Eaat.
Tell them to call on nearest coupon f
ticket agent for rates to points In :
New Mexico or E! Paso Tex. Second j
class colonist tickets will he on sale i
from quite a number of points on
an east of the Missouri and Missis- !
sippi rivers, to El Paso and interme-
diate points on the El Paso-Rock
Island Route, at about half fare
These tickets will be sold only on
"homeseekers’ dates.” the first and
third Tuesdays of each month, com- laboratory.
mencing October 21, 1962, and con-
tinning until April 23, 1963.
This is a good opportunity to aid
immigration to your section of the
country. A. N. BROWN, O. P. A,
A WOMAN TO BE PRETTY
Must Hav* - Luxuriant and Glossy ,
Hair. No Matter Wnat Color.
The flnedf contour of a female fa<*
the sweetest smile of a ?<-male mouth
loves something If he head b
crowned with scant I.-air. Reant and
falling hair, It is n * known. Is
caused hy a parasite that burrows
Into th * scalp to the t of the half,
where it Baps the vita ty. The littl*
white scales ihf germ throws up in
burrowing are ealled dandruff. To
cure dandruff permare Hy. then, and
to stop falling,hair 1 *t germ must
l«* killed. Newbro's H plcide, an en j
tirely new result of (be chemical
destroys he dandruff
NEW YEARS CAKES GALORE
Arc ready for your selection at
the Belgian Bakery. In offer-
ing these products of our skill
we do so with the full knowl-
edge that our cuhtomers will re-
ceive the best products of the
baker's skill. Our cakes, pir»
and pastry arc made from the
best materials into clean, whole-
some, delicious food.
Pomeroy’s tl Paso Transfer
100 306 South Oregon 8L
Livery. Boarding and Sale Stable*.
Uacks, Bus, Baggage and Fralght
Blacksmlthiug and Horee*hoelng.
Telephone No*. 18 and 3M.
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL
Plastering and Cement Work
CAREFUL AITENIION GIVEN
A. P. BRUNSWICK.
70/ »t« 209 Wsjt Ovvrtand St
germ, and, of course -t *p» the falling
hair and cures baldnes-
Sold by Red Cross Pharmacy. Send
iOc In stamp* for samp!* to The lierpf-
cidc Co Detroit, Mb ft.
RICHARD f'APLRK. R
R D IRAS, S,-
Hardw(w>d, Oak, hickory and Ash Lumber.
Laths, Shingles, Doors, Sash, Moldings, Etc.
YARDS: COR. TEXAS AND OCTANT A STREETS. TELEPHONE £4i.
St. Louis Well-Drilling Machines
Lambert Gasoline Engines.
I Have them in Stock.
O. N. TURNER,
OPFR F. « JIK<i\SOV HLOCK
JAMES R0UTLED6E. Lawyer,
QiAkuB a speciiilty of personal iojury
duntfier- suits uruiust rut!mads and
corporation* any wber** in Texas,
'WEtefe'0 Son MIO. Til.
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