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It's the wear you get
for the price you pay
are the beat footwear
for you. So, drop into
our store for a pair
Quarter sizes enables us
to fit you just a little
215 EI Paso St., Agts. Regal Shoes
Discuss Grazing in Forest
Reserve New -Buildings
3asdalena, X- 3L, Feb. 26. Stockmen
of this section met at the Becker-Mae-tavish
hall recently 'with supervisor of
forests VT- H. Goddard and held a meet
ing in regard to the grazing permits in
th tiational forests for the ensuinc Tear.
Over 200 catfcje and sheep men attended J
this caucus and. all ousmess pertaining
to the grazing was looked into by the
fore?t department. One of the most im
portant changes that has come up this
vear is an addition of more than 1,000,
000 acres to the Datill forest.
Dr. and Mrs. M. 3fcCreary gave "a co
lonial ball at the Kanch Supply hall.
A ball -was given in the Ranch Supply
hall recently for the benefit of the fire
department of this city. After the ball
lunch was .sgrved at- t-ne -fuien npiei.
TheTreshyterian revival meeting has
clos'ecL Hcv. William Sickles of the
Presbyterian church of Deming 'assisted
Rev- Jolin Ganrpbell in the series of
Rev. Mr. Shimmin, who for a numDer
of years has been connected with the
Baylor university at Waco, Tex., spent
a few davs in Magdalena recently.
Frank G. Bartlett of Socorro, who is
president of the Ranch Supply company
of this city and one of the largest prop
erty owners here', is in Magdalena. He
is "planning to errect two new adobe
A number of citizens attended the re
cent called meeting for the purpose of
organizing a band. The meeting was
called together by ZIr. McSparron, and
tme following officers elected: Presi
dent; J. Gawson, vice president; X. D
Sherman, secretary and treasurer; Jack
Fraser, leader; Mr. McSparron. Quite a
number of the instruments have arrived
and regular practice will begin imme
diately. Arthur Chamberlain of this city is
erecting a. new home in the east part of
Mike Wolf of Kelly was in Magdalena service,
latelv. j J- B. Bolander. who has been very
Rin- A. V. Evans was in Snmrm - 311 at his home in tins city witn pneu-
Be Careful of a CoIdnd Cie
it Before it. Becomes Beep
Seated; if Not it May Run into
Chronic Bronchitis or Lung
Trouble Duffy's Pure Malt
Whiskey Will Cure the Cold
and Build Up the Entire Sys
tem So That It Can Resist
"I have highly praised Duffy's
Pure Malt Whiskey to ever' one
suffering from deep colds, as I
know it was your valuable Whiskey
that has given me back my health.
If anybody thinks this statement is
not genuine, let him write me, and
I will let him know what your medi
cine has done for me." C. W.
Glenn, 15 18 Ashland St., Rich
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey has
to its credit over fifty years of service. During this time it has brought
health and happiness to thousands of homes.
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey
is an absolutely pure, gentle and invigorating stimulant and tonic. It
overcomes all weakening wasting and run-down conditions of the body,
brain, muscle, giving the system power to throw off and resist coughs,
colds, grip, catarrh, bronchitis and lung troubles, and it is an
absolute cure and preventive of consumption, pneurnonia, bronchitis
malaria and low fevers, if taken m
time and in small doses as directed.
It is prescribed by doctors and is
recognized as a family medicine
If in need of advice, write Medical Depart
ment, Duffy Malt Whiskey Company, Roch
ester, New York, stating your case fully. Our
doctor will send you advice free, together
with a valuable illustrated medical booklet,
containing rare common sense rules for
health, which yea cannot afford to be with
out and some of the many thousands of grati
fying letters received from men and women in
all walks of life, both old and young, who
have been cured and benefited by the use of
this great medicine and who continue to en
joy good health. Sold by druggists, grocers
&b2 dealers, or direct, $1.00 a large bottle.
Body Shipped From Marfa.
Social iSTews and Per
tfornia. While on his vacation he visited
home folks at Springerville, Ariz.
L- J. Otto of Quemoda, N. M., is a
visitor in Magdalena.
Frank Hebbell left recently for Albu
querque and other points.
R. D. Beard is in town and reports
having dug fcwo new wells out in the
western part of the county.
J. E Owens was in the city lately to
attend the meeting rf the W. 0. W.
Nelson Ford has returned from an ex
tended visit to New York city and other
Ab Alexander, from Burley, was in
Mrs. TV. H. Spademan and baby have
returned from El Paso.
Geortre Sickles, of Socorro, was in
"Mrs. -.A N. Evans nd 'little daughter,
Beulah Alice, have returned from a vis
it to Albuquerque.
The 'Woodmen of the World met in
special session recently'for the purpose
of receiving- new members.
J. "W. Medley was in from his ranch
Virge Wheeler will begin a new home
in the east part of the city within the
next few days.
Dan Rigney has arrived in Mag-dalena
and will be associated"with J. W. Cox
in the cattle business. Mr. Rigney comes
from Kenebec, S. D..
Agent Guy C- Machen ana Joe Cox
were in Socorro lately to take Ma
George W. Mdley and family, of
Clarendon,, Tex., are visiting with J.
"W. Medley on his ranch northwest of
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Roeeman have re
tupned from El Paso-
Tv". H. Stevens, who was for a long
time employed in the local forest ser
vice office, but who has spent the
last year in California for his health,
has. returned to Magdalena and will
again- be associated with the forest
entry making final -preparations for the
new Methodist church which is to be be
gun within a short time at Kelly.
juiius iieeKer taas returned, rrom an
monia is improving rapidly.
Mr. Gann, f Aragon, has been in tao
city for several days.
J. Frank Romero, a prominent sheep-
turn to Salt Lake within a few days
and begin his work 01 refining salt.
Mrs. L. R. Babcock, of Kelly, has
been sick wJth lagrip.
J. B. Wilson, who has been spending
the winter with his daughter, Mrs. R.
D. Beard, is recovering from an attack
of lagrip and will leave within a few
days for his home.
Attorney J. S. Baca is in Socorro.
T. W. Wilson of Aragon is in the
William Gardiner and son Henry have
returned from an extended trip through
the western part of the county.
Mrs. Taylor Lewis and children and
Miss Kate Pierce left recently for an
extended trip in Arizona.
An adobe building Is being placed on
the corner directly back of the Ranch
Supply company, which will be used by
JustianoBaca for a storeroom for hides
A team belonging to the Ben McClure
livery stable ran away and toredown
one of the telephone poles back of the
Becker Mactavish store. The team es
caped serious injury.
A. B. Banta, a cattleman from the
reserve country, was in the city lately.
EXHIBITS IN THE
LOCAL OH AMBER
extended trip through Arizona and Cali- man of tnis section, was here to attend
V cry'b-mro moalin"' HA Trill rp-
the stockmen's meeting. He will re-
The Blue and
promise to predominate tliis season, es
pecially the gray, which will be found
in all shades., and we take pleasure in
announcing that our line of spring and
summer clothing has arrived and ready
for your, approval we say approval be
cause we know that you will be as en
thusiastic over it as we are. Every suit
is new no last season's patterns being
shown. Eb store in the country is
showing any prettier, better more sty
lish or better values in spring and suni
mer clothing than we are repared toV
oifer you. Gall and see these new goods
Sol I. Berg
206 San Antonio Street
Directors of the Chamber of
Commerce Send Out Invi
tations for Displays.
At the meeting of the chamber of
connnerce Friday night those members
present discussed informally the building
of the new 'hotel and the encouragement
of manufacturers keeping an exhibit in
tie chamber of commerce building. The
directors instructed secretary Kinne to
send out the following letter:
"In the building of the chamber of
commerce, t?ie main floor of the struc
ture was designed foran exhibition liall,
where the products of cur community
.could be permanently displayed to the
best advantage, for the information and
education not only of the many visitors
to El Paso, but also of our own citi
zens, many of whom are entirely ignor
ant of the resources of our land and fac
tories. "Those desiring to take advantage of
the opportunity to advertise their busi
ness as well as to show the importance
of El Paso's commercial, industrial, ag
ricultural 'and mineral interests, wall
iplease communicate with the secretary
at once for space, as this opportunity
will be open for 30 days only, from date
of this notice."
FEDERAL BU1L.DIXG NOTES.
The El Paso customs office has re
ceived notice that there will be no
May examination in El Paso for the
customs service. Should it become nec
essary a special examination will be
held here this fall.
Edward W. Roberts, architectural su
pervisor of the federal building at Al
buquerque, is in El Paso inspecting
the repairing work on the federal build
ing. The painting and varnishing is
about completed, and everything -will
be finished by the middle of-next week.
Taribio Sandoval and Francisco
Tnequez, charged with smuggling, have
been held to the federal grand jury In
the sum of $100.
Tex., Feb. 26. The body of
EawrencX K. McRae, accompanied by
j Mrs. McRat was shipped from Marfa
ths morning to Louisville. Ky., for
burial. Deceased tried iea Clint, lex.,
Tvhile on rout friim El Paso to Sanl
Antonio, from heart failure. His wife
was with him at the tinie of his dath
and brought the body to iarfa, where
the Masons took charge and "prepared it
for shipment. Mr. McRae wasX promi
nent Mason and formerly resided at
On Tuesday nigbK March 1, at tire
Marfa opera house, the "women of the
Baptist church will present, "The Spin
ster's Return from Klondike." -As the
local talent in this play is exceptionally
good, it is expected to be the hit of
the season. People from Ft. Davis, Al
pine, Valentine and the ranches near
Marfa, have signified their intention
lo witness the play.
Miss Fannie Lockhart entertained a
number of young folks at the Marfa
House recently. About 40 guests were
present and enjoyed amusements and
refreshments. Miss Minnie Campbell
presided at the punch bowl.
Judge Prueitt, of Candelaria was in
Marfa yesterday on business connect
ed with the recent bond election.
A warrant was issued from justice
Wells's court recently for Jas. Shaugh
nessey, G. H. & S. A. section foreman,
charged with assaulting Victor Albarez,
a section hand.
The young folks of Marfa enjoyed a
dance at the opera house recently.
H. G. Thompson of Fort Davis, was
a recent visitor to Marfa.
F. M. Moxley is here from Dallas.
Ed. Selman was here from El Paso
recently on business.
Twelve surveyors were in ihis vi
cinity recently en route to Candelaria
to complete and determine definitely
the old channel of the Rio Grande.
Bishop J. M. Kendrick, of Phoenix,
Ariz., has announced that he will be in
Marfa Sunday, March 6, and hold ser
vices in the Episcopal church? A num
ber of Episcopalians from Alpine are
expected to be-in attendance.
V. M. Ward was in from his ranch
recently buying supplies.
M. Kirby is still confined to his bed
with a severe attack of pneumonia.
The infant of Dr. and Mrs. W. E.
Robertson was not expected 0 live
several days ago, but is improving.
J. W. McKenzie of Los Angeles, Cal.,
visited Marfa recently.
Mounted Inspectors C. A. Windus and
O. C. Dowe were here from Lapitas re
cently. Mrs. F. A. Mitchell is In Uvalde, Tex.,
Miss Naomi Bishop of Austin, is the
guest of Mrs. M. R. Mahon.
Mrs. Lee Cartwrlght and children are
home from a visit to El Paso.
C. T. Mitchell is in Floresville, Texas,
H. J. J. Scannell, of Valentine, was
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Templeton wero
here from their Alpine ranch lately.
Ira Potts is visiting friends , at the
T. B. Thaxton ranch.
T. S. Hunt, of Las Cruces, N. M., has
been here several days buying mules.
Rufus Thaxton, who has been at the
T. B. Thaxton ranch for two weeks vis
iting his parents, has returned to the
university at Austin.
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Daugherty are
visiting in Marlin, Tex. The latter will
visit relatives at Fentriss, Tex., before
"M. M. Rector, manager of the haber
dash department of the Marfa Mer
cantile company, has accepted a posi
tion as traveling salesman for a Hous
ton firm and left for that city. Me
Blakely has taken his place.
In your bodily system Is looked
after by millions of little soldiers
in your blood those corpuscles
constantly fighting for you.
If this army is well fed and kept
healthy and strong, by taking Hood's
Sarsaparilla, it will destroy the uncount
able horde of germ-enemies that are
attacking you every moment of your life.
Hood's Sarsaparflla will keep you
free from or will cure you of scrofula,
eczema, rheumatism, catarrh, anemia,
that tired feeling and all such ailments.
SEES THE END OF
THE JUAREZ TRACK
Horseman Says All Tracks
in America Must Close
for It To Succeed.
"The Juarez track will be a monu
ment to mark the grave of the Jockey
club's hopes if the New Orleans track
opens next sea-son," is the doleful way
in which one of the horse owners at
Tetrrazas. park summed up the El Paso
"Nothing in the world can save the
project from afailure but the closing
of all other tracks in the United States,"
continued the hor&'ernan, who has been
here since the opening- of the midwinter
"International dealing does not appeal
to the American horsemeriV and they
have rot the worst of It oil all side3.
The onl;' reason any of the imn own
ing race horses will come to ElPaso
next winter will be that every ot&ej:
track closes and stays closed. As tills
is not probable, there will be a fine
grandstand and race track for rent be
fore many more years.
"The fizzling out of the present
meeting Is an indication of .the weak
ness of the plan for making the Juarez
track the center of all racing activity
in America and El Paso a Monte Carlo.
The meeting quit to nothing and the
much advertised Juarez derby sim
mered down to three starters. Charlie
Hargraveis not in condition, and this
$1500 event will be decided between
German Silver, The Wolf and Corzo;
rather a slim field for such an event as
tho closing of the 'finest race course on
the continent.' No?"
THE 3IOXEY VALUE
Of one's time deserves as certain pro
tection as can be devised. This most
necessary protection Is secured with
certainty through the accident and
health policies issued by the Continen
tal Casualty Company, Chicago.
Ii. E. Glllett, District Manager,
207 St. Louis Street.
BIG DOGr BITES
A LITTLE GIRL
Lots of live news in our three clas
sified pages. Don't miss them. Pages
13, 14 and 15.
Fred Stark Shot and Clubbed
Body of Another Found
Chihuahua, Mexico, Feb. 26. News
has reached here that Fred Stark, su
perintendent of the Concheno mines, 30
miles from Ocanipo, Chihuahua, was
killed at the mines recently. It is re
ported here that Blaz Meraz, a Mexican
miner, shot Stark In the abdomen and
that a brother of the former ran up and
killed Stark with a club. Stark was an
News comes from Sta. Rosalia, Chihua
hua, that the body of Jack Busby, a
boilermaker, well known In this sec
tion, was found In the riverbed near the
railway station of that town. There was
a large gash over Busby's eye and part
of his clothing was taken off. Every
thing looking like murder.
Busby left here about three weeks ago
for Sta. Rosalia and he had some money.
He was an Englishment and Is said to
have had a grownup family in New
Amelia Baltran Has Face
'Badly Lacerated. by Ca
Playing out In front of her home on
Seventh street, near the corner of Ore
gon, shortly after 11 oclock this morn
ing, 3yearoid Amelia. Bliran was at
tacked by a vicious dog- and had her
face lacerated by the teeth of the animal.
'The child was busily engaged In child
ish pranks when it bore down on her,
bit her on the left cheek, then on the
right and a third time, fastened its ugly
teeth .under her chin, tearing the flesh
and making a wound over an inch long
and half an inch deep.
Her frantic mother, believing the child
was dying-, rushed out and was finally
persuaded to rake the baby to the city
dispensary, where she was attended bj
Dr. A. H. Butler.
Policeman Ivy Finley went to the
scene immediately after the accident,
found the big- black dog that, he learned
had bitten the child and fired threlTbul
lets into Its brain
It is expectted that the wounds -will
not prove dangerous as the dog- was not
frothing at the mouth and evidently had
not been suffering froln rabies. The
owner of the canine has not been located.
I mm 11 Eh &
Of S TO OK REDUCTION SALE
Here are a few of ihe many bargains you
can buy for 3 day$
$12.50 values in solid quarter sawed oak, polish fin
ish, cushions covered in good quality jl CK,
velour; sale price dQi.OO
$10.00 all wool Rugs, room size, all Tf Qfj
good colors and patterns; special IiOll
9x12 Granite Art Squares; a good ij M "f C
wearing rug; special I O
Children's Desks, $2.50 values; CI QC
Children's Desks, $4.50 values; 59 TR
special Ci I 9
$6.50 values in mahogany or oak; J M ft JJ
special wt 0
Genuine Mahogany Dresser, colonial style, wood
knobs; a very rich piece; . .9t Jtil
special wfc 3i OO
iViapleresser, has large French $ CR
Tjlatemirror: a, beauty lllU9
$12.50 Child's Bed, extra high side 0 C
rails. Verms Martin finish: onlv $0 tQ
Fifteen 27x54 Bpyal Axminster Rugs, l CC
worth $2.75; on s&le Monday, each dliDil
$3.00 Shirt Waist B'dxes, covered , M Of
with white TaDanese mattine:: onlv Oil vll
$35.00 Bed Davenport, upholstered $99 II R
in chase leather, makes full size hed. . . wfc UiOv
$3.00 Hall Mirrors with hooks; a splen- Cj TR
rlid va.1iip at $3.00- special .Wl 9
Four Ball Croquet Sets, striped 'balls and mallets;
snfifial . f l W
25 feet Hose, complete with nozzle' , fe& ff
and connections: onlv' ....." $fcilHJ
T. H. Rogers & Co.
J08-H0-II2 N. Stanton
JUAREZ POLICEMAN SAYS
MASH liui,Yf -jun un xu-ar
A certain policeman of the Juarez
force considers himself very lucky. Last
night he arrested Enrique M. Eubio. no
tably intoxicated, the policeman says.
But Rubio drew a revolver, although the
policeman did not allow him to u it.
When searched at the police station
it was found that Rubio not only had
u revolver but exactly 50 cartridges in
is held under the
courts of letters.
jurisdiction of the
Don't miss t!ve three pag-es of clas
sified advertisenterits they are full of
news. Pages 13. 15 and 15. -
MAN LOSES MONEY WHILE
ASLEEP IN JUAREZ
While Gaclio Ordonez slept in Juarez
last night Amando Quintana inspected
his clothes- This morning Orondez said
F. W. Berkshire, supervising inspector that he lost $105, gold. When found
of the1 local immigration district, has Quintana was drunk. Hesaid that he
cone on a two weeks' vacation- Mr. j had spent very nearly 105 in gold. AI
Bcrkshirp and his family will spend the I though it didn't really matter who spent
time on the Pacific cdasi. the money the most successful spender
BERKSHIRE ON VACATION.
II FEW OOSES END BAG
nni jtc nut nr. nnnco lnnucve
lLUULniL uuryruuuui IUUI1LIU.
is what you know yourself.
If you suspect coffee is hurting
you, stop and try
10 days and be sure.
"There's a Reason"
DEATHS A&D BURIALS,
EDWAKD WELDEX HICKCOX.
Edward Welden Hickcox, two years a
resident of this city, died Frjday even
ing, following an operation. Mr. Hick
cox was 21 years of age, a member of
the First Presbyterian church and ac
tive in the young people's circles. He
lived Tfith his mother and a sister at
303 Pinam street. Funeral services
will be held Sunday at 5 oclock in the
chapel of McBean, Shimions & Carr, Rev.
C. L. Overstreet officiating. The body
-n-ill be shipped to Jersey City, N. J.,
his former liorqe, where interment will
be made. The mother and sister will
accompany the body.
MRS. LOX FREUDEXSTELV.
Word ,has been received by jfrs. Jo
seph Freudenstein, 1113 Octavia street,
of the death at Clinton, 111., 0f her aunt
Mrs. Lon Freudenstein. '
Fred Baabe, aged 29, of Terre Haute
Ind., died at a local Hospital Friday j
after an illness ivmcn naa extended over
the eight months ie had been a resident
of El Paso. The father of the deceased
is connected with the First National
bank of Terre Haute. The remains will
be returned to the former home for in
terment by Nagley & Kaster, Sunday on
the Golden State limited-
Your Kidneys will act fine
and the most severe Bladder
misery simply vanish.
If you take several doses of Pape's
Diuretic, all backache and distress
from out-of-order kidneys or bladder
trouble will vanish, and you will feel
Lame back, painful stitches, rheuma
tism, nervous headache, dizziness. Irri
tability, sleeplessness, inflamed or
swollen eyelids, worn out, sick feeling
and other symptoms of sluggish in
active kidneys disappear. ,
Uncontrollable, smarting, frequent
urination (especially at night) and all
bladder misery ends.
This unusual preparation goes at
once to the disordered kidneys, bladder
and urinary system and distributes its
healing, cleansing and vitalizing influ
ence directly upon the organs and
glands affected, and completes the cure
before you realize it-
The moment you suspect any kidney
or .urinary disorder or feel rheumatism
pains, begin taking this harmless med
icine, with the knowledge that there Is
no other remedy at any price, "made
anywhere else in the world which will
... . . .
; errect so thorough and prompt a cure
I as a fifty-cent treatment of Pape' Diu
retic, whicq any druggist can supply,
Your physician, pharmacist, banker
or any mercantile agency will tell you
that Pape, Thompson & Pape, of Cin
cinnati, is a large and responsible
medicine concern, thoroughly worthy
of your confidence.
Only curative results can come from
taking Pape's Diuretic, and a few days'
treatment means clean, active, healthy
kidneys, bladder and urinary organs
and no backache.
Accept only Pape's Diuretic fifty
cent treatment any drug store any
where in the world.
Urns In the
The talk of the town is that Ardoin's
are selling yard eggs at 25c per dozen.
When hungry visit Jackson's delica
tessen department. Phone 353.
If the ham is not real good it will
taste good anywajy if Sunflower egga
are served with it for breakfast. Jack
son's. Phone 3o3.
A little money will buy much goou
meat at Stetter & Schneider's special
Get some of those fine yard eggs,
only 25c per dozen, at Ardoin's. Finest
in town, too. -1
Everybody drinks Chase Sz. Sanborn's !
Seal Brand coffee. Jackson's. Phone
The real meat saving 'event is at
Stetter & Schneider's.
If if is Jewelry or repairing
Miller, Texas street.
Anthony L. Ills, the "'irngarian artist
who passed through El Paso a few
months ago. has returnedVrom Mexico,
where he went In search oNecenic ma
terial. Mr. Ills is at the St. XSis ho
Attend Stetter & Schneider's meat
sa4night. Best meats at least money.
"Remember Ardoin's big money saving
sale continues until 9 oclock tonight.
Some very nice fish
Jackson's. Phone -6.
for Lent at
at reasonable prices at Ben.
Get some fine. poultry at Ardoin's to
night for the Sunday dinner. All home
It will do you goodtosee the fine
meats Ardoin's are sellingsfor such lit
tle money. " w
Have Ben Miller fix the"watch.
and Stanton streets.
Make it a point to visit Stetter
Schneider's special yet tonight.
WE have on dis
play a complete
line of Spring Hats in
the celebrated Crofut
& Knapp make.
C. & K Derbies $3.00
de Luxe $6.00
Soft Hats in all of the
new shapes and colors
made in same quali
ties. Young Men, Men and
Old Men are invited
to look at the new
blocks. There's one
EL PASO. TEX AS.