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EL PASO HERALD
Friday March. 4, 1910.
Today's News of the Great Southwest
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Saturday you should try and come to our market and select the various articles
for the Sunday meals. Of course, if it is impossible for you to come' yQu may
telephone your orders and they will receive .-just as much attention as if you call
ed at the store, and ordered in person. But by coming to this market you will see
many things for the Sunday table that perhaps 3011 would overlook, and these
will be so fresh, so good, and so tempting that it will well repay you just to come
and see our display and you will receive just as much attention and be welcome,
even if you do not care to make purchases.
Specials For Saturday
Bismark Rolled Eoast, O C
2 lbs. for
Ohuck Steak, O C
3 lbs. for &Uk,
"jSTations" Sliced Dried
Beef, per lb
MOXTEREr XEWS NOTES.
Monterey, N. M-, March 4. Joe Nailor
and Ernest Spillers have gone to Three
Rivers to do some assessment -work.
The Tularosa improvement company
1b Irrigating- its trees.
George Shaller, sr., has the contract
The Woman of Today
Is guided by reason, not by prejudice. To win
her favor you must appeal to her intelligence.
You must "deliver the goods."
We say that today the best at any price is
"K C does most perfectly
which a Baking Powder
What must a perfect
der do? It must produce a baking
1. Perfectly raised
2. Sweet and palatable
3. Pure and wholesome
This is the whole story, no bak
ing powder can do more. K C will
do it better than any other and do it
every time. The woman of reason is
open to conviction. Get a can from
your grocer, 2 5 ounces for 2 5 cents,
and get your money back if it isn't
Guaranteed to comply with all Pure Food
Jaques Mfg. Co., Chicago
K,r Inspect ed
"Lyndon" brand Egg Plums or Green Gags Plums, 3 -lb.
cans. Regular price 30c per can. O'l'fe
Special, per can "i"t
'Wolf Brook' brand Early June Peas. Regu- ft
lar price 15c per can. Special, 3 cans for OC
1led Buck" brand Salmon, 1-lb. oval cans. IP
Regular price 20c per can. Special, can for ... IOC
to haul the big tank that O. R. Votaw
is having built.
Frank Smith is here from Three Riv
ers. W. R. Thomas, from Cleveland, O., is
working for the Wharton Grocery com
pany. The warehouse for the Wharton Gro
and we tell you why.
Here is the reason:
the things for
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cery company "will be completed by the
first of April. Mr. Wharton also In
tends to have a feed corral In connec
tion -with his business.
Walt Gilmore has gone to Rio Dose
to buy some beef cattle.
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Lumbley have gone
to Black Lake for a brief stay.
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IS I1TD CELL
Bisbee Golfers May Accept
Invitation to Come to
Bisbee, Ariz., March 4. While sit
ting on the railing which protects the
basement stairs of the Bonanza building-,
P. M. Desmond fell headlong into
the cellar. He was taken to the C. &
A. hospital, where it was found that he
had sustained dislocation of his right
Sydney Deacon, a miner employed at
the Czar shaft, died at the Copper
Queen hospital from typhoid fever.
Deacon was 32 years old and was a
native of England.
Busy times are ahead for the local
golfers, a 20 man team will go to
Douglas on March 13 for a match with
the Douglas Country club. The invita
tion extended from the El Paso Coun
try club has not been accepted, but
efforts are being made to get together
enough members to make the trip and
have a match with the El Paso golfers.
FIGHT FOE THE
Duncan and Clifton Contest
ing for Honors of Green
( lee County.
Clifton. Ariz.. March 4. The organi
zation of a club at Clifton to further
the interests of that city in securing
the location there of the county seat
of the new county of Greenlee is the
first shot in a battle that will be fought
between Clifton and Duncan for the
county seat honors.
Clifton has a greater population and
is more centrally located, but Duncan
has been growing very rapidly the last
Northern people have been enminc In !
ESSf?" ? lan? and tacklin lhe I
means success. The land is as fertile
and will yield as good crops as any
land in the Gila valley, and if the in
flux of energetic people continues, will
eventually become one of the most
prosperous sections in Arizona.
FOEMER EL PASOAN
GETS A PROMOTION"
E. E. Moore Is Made Man
ager of Bank at Globe.
Goes From Morenci.
Morenci, Ariz., March 4. R. E. Moore,
manager of the Gila Bank and Trust
company's bank at this place, has been
promoted to the management of the
same company's bank at Globe and ,
will leave for that city in a few days.
Mr. Moore came to this city from El
iOOU "" iuur years ago, ana during
that time has been very successful in
building up the business of the bank
here. His transfer to the larger field
at Globe is a recognition of the pxcel
lent .Service hp hns n-Si-on fha ri-nron-iT '
E. Stoffel. who has been employed by
the Gila Valley bank at Clifton, will
succeed Mr. Moore.
TORK IS STARTED OX
MONTEREY COLD STORAGE
Monterey, N. M., March 4. Mr. Carl
has unloaded a car of lumber at Mon
terey and has commenced work on the
cold storage building.
Miss NeIHe Hlson -was a visitor in
Members of the Ely Knight family are
all suffering from an attack of la
TV. H. Bourne has gone to Three Riv
ers to work.
"William Sanders has gone to the San
Ardreas mountains after a bunch of
TV. IT. Hunter has returned to his
ranch in the San Andreas.
Mrs,. Martin May. of Carrizozo, is here
vis' ting with her daughter, Mrs. Al
ME.V TO GIVE DAXCE.
Solomonville, Ariz., March 4. The
new adltion of tho Solomon Commer
cial company's store will be completed
and ready for use Monday.
The young men are going to give a
social dance in the new storeroom Sat
Mrs. Ph. Freudenthal entertained for
Mrs. Chambers, of Danville, 111., who
Is visiting her son and family, TV. R.
Josefa Michelma. the 17yearold
daughter of Pedro and Lulsa Michelma,
died reecntly. Miss Michelma had al
ways lived here, and had a large circle
No One In EI Paso Who Has a Baa
Back Can Igmore This Double
Does your back ever ache?
Have you suspected your kidneys?
Backache Is kidney ache.
"With it comes dizzy spells,
Sleepless nights, tired, dull days,
Distressing urinary disorders.
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In the small
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Remember the name-Doan's-and
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FOR VAUGHN, N. M.
Concrete Block Structures
and Others Are Being
Vaughn, N. M., March 4. Chas.
Schober is preparing to build a two
story concrete store on the lot adjoin
ing his bakery and will also add the
second story to the bakery building.
Ho has received a machine for mak-
ing the concrete blocks, and material is j
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being put on tne grounu auu me ".
of manufacturing the blocks will begin
There is much disappointment among
railroad people at being compeled to
postpone the ball which was to have
been given at the reading rooms on St.
Patrick's. The hardwood flooring which
has been delayed in reaching Vaughn is
the cause of non completion of the
W. H. Lee of Kansas City has pur
chased a lot on Main street, opposite
Herrington's store, and will let a con
tract soon for a storo building.
A. E. Maverick, dispatcher at the
Santa Fe has had shipped from "Wis
consin, a Russian Wolf which he in
tends to present to a friend. The dog
har. taken several prizes in the east.
The spring like weather is encourag
ing some of the homesteaders to begin
O. E. Fellers, a homesteaders from
Oklahoma, has arrived and will go to
work on his claim, three miles south
J. H. Dougherty, of Topeka, Kas., and
B. B. Dougherty, of Yoakum, Tex., are j
Mr. Imboden is. looking up Vaughn
real estate with the view of investing.
Eva Simpson, the little daughter of
Mrs. M. E. Simpson, is very 111.
ARE BUSY WITH CROPS
Son of Postmaster Leach Ik Thrown
From Horse and Injured Portales
Portales, N. M., March 4. The. gar
deners are doing a good deal of hot-bed
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arready taking agood showing. The
onion crop will bo a big one ana so iar
no damage has been done to fruit or
vegetables by wind or f roat.
Mrs. Jeff Hightower has been made
chairman of the entertainment commit
tee for the Commercial cl$b reception,
and oractically all the members of the
"Woman's club will be engaged In pre- ,
The girls of the high school will
give a candy-pulling and pie supper
Friday evening to defray the expenses
of the Clovls basketball team, which
will play with them Saturday.
Miss Hutchison and the high school
are planning a Dutch tea for Friday,
March 12. and hope to have the first
uso of the newly planned armory build
Invitation": have been issued by Mr.
and Mrs. F. H. Bailey to a tangle party.
a fnvnv T. V.. Mmts and family at-
tended the inauguration festivities at
The r j). a was entertained at the
residenco of Mrs. J. B. Sledge.
Howard Leach, son of postmaster C.
O. Leach, had a painful accident re-centlj-
while riding fast on his pony
to overtake a carriage-horse, a wire
clothes lino caught him just above the
eyes and threw him heavily backward.
He was badly bruised and shaken up
but sustained no serious injury.
Rev. Geo. TV. Dunlap has been called
to Evansville, Ind., by the serious illness
of a friend and while east will probablj'
go on to Kentucky to visit relatives.
RESIGXS AT CARRIZOZO
F. C. Xoessel Is Succeeded by
Dixon Personal Mention of Carri
zozo Railroad People.
Carrizozo, N. M. March 4 F. C- Noes-sel.-
who has been chief dispatcher here
for a number of years, has resigned.
TV. A. Dixon, now second trick dis
patcher, has been appointed his suc
cessor. Geo. Kelly, who has been with the j
Santa Fe at Newton. Kas., for a num
ber of years, has acepted a position as
train dispatcher at this place.
Conductor TV. M. Manny has resigned
and has accepted a similar position
with the Denver & Rio Grande at
Salida, Colo., to which place he will
movo with his family.
Mrs. J. I. Cavender, wife of car re
pairer Cavender, is visiting in Alamo
gordo. Firemen Bennett Dingwall and Gor
don Gunn have returned from El Paso.
Fireman M. J. Carroll and wife have
gone to Alamogordo for a week's stay.
Fireman J. R. Taylor has returned
Engineer C. C. Benson has gone to
Tucumcarl for a few days.
Boiler maker helper Ellis Crawford
has left the service of the comprfny
and gone to Vaughn. N. M., to work for (
the Santa Fe.
Misr. "Willie Hlldebrandt has returned
from a brief visit to El Paso.
Machinist Leon Howell has left the
service of the company and gone to
Fireman B. M. Russell has been
transferred to El Paso.
Elkanah Babcock is now working in
the shops as pipe fitter.
,H. R. TVest of El Paso has been temporarily-
employed in the shops here.
Superintendent L. U. Morris is here
GLOBE PUTS OUT A
Globe. Ariz., March 4. Globe is to
have a nonpartisan cits' ticket, the ob
jeot of which Is to be the giving to
Globe of a purely business administra
tion. A meeting presided over by super
visor William Ryan and with equal
numbers of Democrats and Republicans
present, about 30 all told being In at-
tendance, seleoted a ticket as follows:
Mayor J. N. Purdue.
Marshal P. C. Anderson.
Clerk and exofficio treasurer Tom
Street commissioner Floyd Blevins.
Aldermen First ward. Joe Band
hauer; second ward. J. C. Naquin; third
ward. Jack Callan, fourth ward, TVm.
Mill Williams; fifth ward. Constaytin
Giacona; sixth ward, Joe Murphy.
Roswell, N. M., March 4. Dr. P. W.
Longfellow, superintendent of Baptist
missions in New Mexico, is back from
& trip to El Paso, Silver City. Alamo
gordo. Elida and various other points,
having dedicated a new Baptist church
MAW STR ANGERS !
Hotels Are Crowded and
People Are Living in
Marathon, Tex.. March 4. The great
est problem at present is to take care
of the people. Strangers, arriving at
night, have to sit up till mornins; there
being no beds. The hotels are crowded J
and people are living an tents and some
are camped in wagons near town. Mar
-ifhnn la in tippA of a loderinjr nous
athon is in need of a lodging house
anil a short order restaurant.
The first of a series of buildings for
the Texas Motor company is completed
and some of the engines have arrived.
"Workmen have just unloded a big
hoisting engine that was shipped h,ere
for the Chlsos Mining company. It
was so large that they had to take It
apart and each piece was a load for
a six horse team.
Avant & Boring will arrive soon with
their oil well rig from the oil nelCts in
Oklahoma. They have a 20 year lease
on four sections of land. Considerable
local capital is being put into this com-
i pany. The "scnDner wen win proo-
ably be brought in soon as they succeed
in passing the string of ttools that were
caught In the well.
The rubber factory has put in an
other big boiler and the carpenters are
rapidly completing the new building.
O. TV. Bennett will start from Foss,
Oklahoma, with his automobile and
drive the machine to this place. On
arriving iere he will start a garage
and run his machine for the benefit
of the public.
TEXAS UNIVERSITY COACH
IS MARRIED AT TUCUMCARI
R. F. Hutchinson. Formerly of El Paso,
TVeds Miss Sarah Kane Baptist
Tucumcarl, N. M., March 4. R. F.
Hutchinson, assistant cashier of the
First National bank, and Miss Sarah
Kann. sister of TV. D. Kann. were mar
ried at the Episcopal church.. Rev. Har
vey M, Shields of Dawson, performing
the ceremony, in -the presence of a few
relatives and friends.
The groom has been a resident of
Tucumcari for three years, coming here
from El Paso. He is assistant district
clerk of the sixth judicial district and
Is. prominent in business affairs. He was
formerly coach or the Texas University
The bride is a sister of TV. D. Kann, a
merchant of this city, and came here
last summer from Scranton, Pa. The
young couple will make this place their
home after a honeymoon tour of Mexico.
Mayor J. A. Street has sold his livery
barn and (transfer business to TV. F.
Buchanan, president of the First Xa
tional bank. Mr. Buchanan has placed
a man in charge of the business.
Rev. TV. C. Taggart, pastor of the
First Baptist church here, has tendered
his resignation to the board of deacons
to take effect April 1. He has accepted
a call from a church in central Texas.
Mrs. Lucretia Majors has gone to El
Paso and from there will go to South
Texas and visit her sister.
H. TV. Crume and wife of Paola, Kan.,
are here visiting friends.
J. H. Daugherty. of Topeka, Kan., and
B. B. Daughtery of Yoakum, Tex., are
here visiting relatives.
B. L. Allen, president of the Laurens
State bank of Laurens, la., is here visit
ing his friend, attorney L. E. Lange.
DALLAS MAX TO RUX
X TRUCK FARM XEAR MARFA.
Sam Bnrton. of Shatter. Contracts
Put In Waterworks System
Marfa. Tex., March 4. The Hum-
phris Realty company has sold for G.
T. Wilcox two sections of choice Jand
near Presidio to J. V. Viand, of Dal
las. Tex., who will irrigate the land for
Sam Bunton, of the Shafter country,
was in Marfa recently. He has the
contract to put in a system of water
works at Valentine.
E. H. Carlton. V. M. Ward. Jno.
Means and S. A. Thompson, of Fort
Davis, came in from El Paso, where
Messrs. 'Carlton and Means took the
32nd degree in Masonry.
Auton Aggerman has gone to Shaf
ter to take charge of the Gleim com
pany butcher business.
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Howard are here
from the Alamito country.
I. L. Kleinman is here from Presidio.
Dr. and Mrs. Locke came from El
Paso recently and returned to Fort
Messrs. Ben and Ol Belllngsley, and
R. R. Smith were in the Presidio coun
try lately buying cattle.
R. I. Murray, of Terlingua, is a vis
itor to Marfa.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Kenney are here
from Fort Davis.
Miss Anita Young, of Shafter, is the
guest of Mrs. George Shannon.
SAXTA ROSA PERSOXALS.
Santa Rosa. X. M., March 4. S. S.
Moise. of the Molse Bros, company, has
gone to Kansas City to purchase goods
for the company's store in this city.
Prescription clerk Miller at the Santa
Rosa drug store, has resigned and gone,
to his home in KansasCIty. J. TV. Comp
ton has been employed until the vacancy
Max Ruez has sold his restaurant to
Mr. Peterson, proprietor of the Morgan
house. Mr. Ruez will conduct a room
Mrs. S TV. Hirsch and little daughter
hare gone to Denver to visit relatives.
Removing the outward symptoms is not all that is necessary to cure
Contagious Blood Poison. The virulent germs which produce these exter
nal manifestations must be completely driven from the blood before a real
cure can be effectod. The least taint left in the circulation will sooner or
later cause a fresh outbreak of the trouble, with all its hideous symptoms
of ulcerated mouth and throat, copper-colored spots, falling hair, sores and
ulcers, etc. Only a blood purifier can cure Contagious Blood Poison.
Medicines which merely check the symptoms for a time, because of their
strong mineral nature, and leave the poison smouldering in the system, have
brought disappointment to thousands. The disease always returns after
such treatment. S. S. S. cures Contagious Blood Poison and cures it per
manently. It goes into the blood, and removes every particle of the poison,
making the circulation pure, rich and healthy, nor does S.S.S. leave the
slightest trace of the disease for future outbreaks. S. S. S. does not contain
any mineral ingredient, but is made entirely of roots, herbs and barks,
which are most valuable in their blood-purifying properties, and at the
same time specifically adapted to building up the entire system. If you
have Contagious Blood Poison S.S.S. will cure you because it will thor
oughly purify your Blood. Homo Treatment Book and any medical advice
- to all. TEE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLAHTA, GA.
URNS IN GOAT
Mre Damages Stratford
Store Proprietor Is
Stratford, Texas, March 4. The con
fectionery store of judge Wilson was
set afire by an exploding lamp, and
the judge was severely burned while
the ceiling of the store room was badly
damaged. Judge Wilson's coat wa3
burned off and $20 in paper money,
which he had placed in the coat, was
also consumed. His hair was badly
singed. The judge and his entire store
would undoubtedly have burned had It
aiot been for two women rushing to
his help- They secured large buckets
and threw water on the judge and oa
D. A. Endsley has returned to Illi
nois where he is engaged in the real
Joseph TV. Norvell, national bank ex
aminer, was here lately to examine the
First National bank of Stratford. His
report was that the bank was in good
Miss Golda Pruitt. who has been
visiting her sister, Mrs. A. M Fryer
at this place for the last few weeks,
has returned to her home at Santa
Rosa, N. M.
TV. N. Potter, of Turney, Mo., who
formerly lived on his farm near here,
has been here for the last week im
proving his place and preparing to
J. W. Sellars. county attorney of
Parmer county, was here lately getting
acquainted with the voters of this
county and announcing his candidacy
for district attorney of the 69th judi
STRANGER SURRENDERS AS
DESERTER AT NOGLAES
The District Attorney Investigates Re
ported Stabbing; XeYrs Notes and
Nogales, Ariz., March 4. a. stranger
who had been in Nogales several days
called at the sheriff's office to glv
himself up. saying his name was J. J.
Collins, and he had deserted from the
United States marine service at San
Francisco. He was taken Into custody
by the sheriff and taken to Fort
Huachuea where he was given over
to the officers of the post.
District attorney TV. A. O'Connor and
attorney S. F. Noon have returned from
Tubac, near Nogales, where they "went
to Investigate a. reported" stabbing af
fray in one of the camps between a
Mexican and a cook.
Alton Wentworth, who had mining
interests in Culiacan, Sinoloa, died in
Nogales, having been seized suddenly
with a violent hemorrhage.
Mr. TVentworth's home was in Bath,
Maine, and he was 48 years of age.
He came to Nogales some time ago, ac
companied by his wife.
A shipment of ore from the mines of
the Havalena Mining company in the
Patagonia mountains has been brought
Into Nogales to be forwarded to the
reduction works at iSl Paso, Texas.
J. C. Patten has opened a law office
The Nogales Gas company has estab
lished an office in an apartment in
the Lyric theater building.
A. E. "White, who has mining in
terests in Santa Cruz county, has re
turned to his home in Kansas City,
after a business trip to Nogales and
A. F. Ellard and family from. San An
tonio. Sonora, were recent visitors to
S. M. Friedman and family from.
Idaho are visiting the family of L.
Ephraim in Nogales.
Bracy Curtis, cashier of the First
National bank of Nogales, has returned
from a trip to Tucson.
Mrs. G. H. Feidler has returned from
an extended visit to California.
Frank Reich ert was a visitor to No
gales from the Salero district lately.
TV. D. Walker Is in Nogales visiting
his daughters. Mrs. H. TV. Kelsey and
Mrs. W. A. O'Connor.
J. L. Shepherd has returned from a
trip to his mining property in the
Realto district in Sonora.
MEASLES AT CORGNa;
SCHOOLS MAY CLOSE
Corona, N. M., March 4. Deputy
sherlff P. C. Baird has returned from
Dalhart, Texas, where he took Wm.
Cain to deliver to the sheriff of Cook
The sheriff at Ashland, Kas. met
Baird at Dalhart and took charge of
Sheriff Chas. Stephens has returned to
A number of cases of measles are re
ported here and there is some talk of
closing the schools.
Supterintendent F. U. Nelson, of the
C F. & I. company, at this place, has
completed his new residence on Sum
mit avenue and is now occupying the
A large acreage of kaffir corn and
millet will be sown here this spring by
tho farmers of this vicinity.
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