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Off" Stock Reducing Sale, is proof of. the Springer's great power to awracc wiin ios Dona ime va,iue&. iiw - . TA ;rr "
The tremendous success of our first week's " One-fourth
tractions to the Furniture buyer. We will not rest until the $30,000 surplus stocks indicated by our invoice are ciosea. uome eany in me wee lot dzm wum,e, wiuugn --"ww tn pot.
plete. We promise the home furnisher unrivaled values the best furniture dividend you ever had, for the sweeping discount of 25 percent is an exceptional one Our only reason or urns xo con
vert these surplus stocks into cash.
Bedroom Furniture in great varieties, from the plain
and simple to the most gorgeous. In all the popular
styles and finishes. Don't let this rare opportunity
escape you. Eemember, this is positively the last
eek of the Bi
To make room for new goods arriving daily, our Carpet Department is making aston
ishing reductions on all grades of Carpets, Rugs, Curtains and Linoleums. These bar
gains must be seen to be appreciated.
While they East, Stoves and Badges af less than aciual cost and Below, This is a snap,
Your special attention is called to our immense line of Iron Beds; 100 styles to select
'from; some of these go at 1-3 off.
China & Crockery Dept.
2gfL discount is the actual saving on our en
" yO tire line of China and Semi-Porcelain
Dinner "Ware. Now is the time to buy that Set.
500 English Jet Bock
Tea Pots, some plain
and some decorated;
worth 40c, 50c and 60c
each. Special sale price,
3000 Glass Table Tum
blers to go at 3c and 4c
each. Worth double the-monev.
The best Kitchen Ware
in El Paso, on sale an
other week at Panicky
Prices, 20c and '25c
Utensils go at
, 15c Each
A great line of useful
.things go at
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S CRUCES AND
HERALD ON SALE IX AS
CRUCES. S. M.
Framfe A. Hawley, Ageat, opposite
Dally Herald oh sole Ty Is Crncen
Drug Co., Camozze'a Jiewi StELsd,
Bankrupt Stock and fix
THE VOGUE DRY
Of El Paso, Texas,
"Will he offered for sale on
JAN. 24, 1910
, AT 2 P. fifl.
by orr of the court.
For further information
W. F. GOHLKE
COLLEGE Y.W.G. A.
Ereshnien tQ Debate Suff
rageBasket Ball Team
Agricultural College, N M-, Jan. 15.
On Friday evening at Hadley hall a
concert was given by the Young So
men's Christian association. The affair
was a big success In every sense and the
way the "women ushers and ticket sellers
handled, the large crowd "was creditable.
Every number on the program "was well
rendered and thoroughly enjoyed by the
crowded house. Following is the pro
Selection College orchestra. -Piano
duet Misses seulah and Ixis
Vocal duet Misses Mary Kirwin and
Selection College orchestra.
Vocal solo Mrs. ILansrng Bloom.
Piano duet Doris Brown and Alma
Violin solo Frank E. Miller.
Piano solo Laura JIurst. ,
Reading Ray M. "Wilcox.
Piano solo Miss Lute Foster.
Vocal solo Mrs. E, O. "Wooten.
Piano duet Henrietta Clausen and
Quartet Misses Kirwin and Davis,
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a fat chicken,
Fresh sweet bacon,
New fresh pickles, ,
The finest trout,
Extra good olives",
and home made sausage,
send your order to
213 K". STAIfTON ST.
Phones: Bell 136; Aufc 2345
ADS ixT moTrn.
Call Bell 115. Auto 1115. tell -what
you wish to buy. sell or rent and The
Eerald "wvll do the rest-
A LINIMENT FOR EXTERNAL USE.
One of the most valuable dualities of Mother's Friend is
that it safe-guards the future health of the mother. It is a
liniment to he applied externally to the "body, the use of
which lubricates the muscles and tendons, softens, the glands
and ducts, prevents lumps forming in the "breasts, and relieves the pain, nervous
ness, nausea, and other troubles from -which so many expectant mothers suffer.
"When Mother's Friend is used regularly it fits and prepares the system for an
easy and natural consummation of the term. Women -who massage with this
great liniment are always saved much suffering when baby comes, and recover
more quickly, and without ill effects. Mother's Friend is sold at drug stores.
Write for our free boo for expectant mothers.
THE BRADFiELD QQe, ATLANTA, G&
Engineers' & Draughtsmen's
TVe carry a complete
line of Detail Papers,
Tracing Papers, Pro
file Papers, Tracing
Cloth, T squares. Blue
Print Papers, Eules,
Drawing Boards, Tri
angles, Steel Tape,
We Can Supply Everything For
ZMessrs. Bausman and Davis.
Selection College orchestra.
Exit march Orchestra.
To Debate Suffrage.
At the meeting of the current topics
club Saturday night a large attendance
is anticipated. This meeting is to be
thrown open to the public and all in
terested are urged to come. The main
event of te" program is a debate by
teams picked from the freshman Eng
lish class. The topic of discussion is:
Resolved, 'That Woman's Suffrage is
desirable." Those who have taken the
burden of proof upon their shoulders are
Dillon, Ewing and Xiyon. "Those op
posed are Briggs, Poe and "Williams.
Richard Quessenbery, president of the
freshman class, today sent a challenge
to the El Paso high school, to a debate.
The college girls' basketball team left
Saturday morning for El Paso, .where
they play the high school girls inthe
Y. M. C. A. A crowd accompanied the
team. Last month these two teams play
ed a tie game, 24 to 24 and in five min
utes of plaj'ing to break the tie-the col
lege girls threw a field goal and won
the game 26 to 24.
Many of the students are taking ad
vantage of the opportunity to use the
Las Cruces roller rink on Fridays and
Saturdays. The rink Is not open on oth
Sundaj- Services at College.
Evangelists Finney and Hiett will
preach and sing at Hadley hall at the
college on Sunday afternoon at 3:30.
The college orchestra will play and oth
er special music is being. prepared. Both
the day .and evening boys' choirs of the
St- James Episcopal church, at Mesilla
Park will be united and render selec
tions. Dr. Garrison, president of the college,
will deliver an address from the pulpit
of the St. James church on.Sunday morn
ing nt 11 oclock.
Funeral of OHn Scogglns.
The funeral services of Olin Scoggins
who died at the Providence hospital in
El Paso "Wednesday night, were held at
the Scoggins home on Friday afternoon.
Interment was at the Odd Fellows' ceme
tery. Mr. Scoggins was formerly a stu
dent here and last fall was forced to
leave school on account of a peculiar
disease similar to partial paralysis. He
was taken to a hospital at Demlng,
where he remained until a few days
ago, when he was removed to the Pass
city for an operation. A clot of blood
i upon the brain was the cause of the
young man's death.
SXOW HEADS BAXK.
Las Cruces, N. M., Jan. 15. At the re
cent annual meeting of the stockholders
of the First National bank, Oscar C.
Snow was elected president and S. J.
"Woodhull, vice president and cashier.
These officers with Mrs. O. C. Snow,
Xichalas Galles and H. B. xOlt com
pose the directorate. n was ordered
that 35000 be placed in the surplus fund
which now amounts to ?10,000.
WANT TO BE VOTERS.
Two applications for citizenship papers
were filed in. the 34th district court this
morning. Pedro Figueroa, bom in Guana
juato. 5lex., 24 years ago, a bricklayer,
"who came to this county Xov, .25, 190S,
was one. The other "was Joseph Xab
ham, a. merchant. He stated that he
was born at Zahleh, Lebanon, Turkey
in Asia, 30 years ago, and came to El
Paso from Juarez on a street car July
Use Herald Want Ads,
LAS CRUCES TO
HAVE NEW BANK
J. F. WilKainof El Paso, Is
Trying to Organize
Las Cruces may havea Ihird bank
Two banks are now doinga a prosper
ous business in the valley town, and
a. third may be established before
J- F. Williams, cashier of the City
National bank, has been in .Las Cruces
this week in consultation with a num
ber of the merchants "and capitalists of
the Mesilla valley with a view of estab
lishing a branch of the City National
bank m Las Cruces.
Cashier Williams is in Douglas today
with the El Paso golf team. August An
dreas, vice president of the City Na
tional, said this morning that while
the report wa3 true, there was nothing
yet to give out for publication. "There
is something in the wind," Mr. Andreas
said, "but I can teiryou nothing about
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