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EL PASO HERALD
Monday, March 21, 1910.
Watson's Groceries Are Famous for Quality
Specials for This Week
dii 1 f"U
&il Trrmorf-atifm of mivate p-rowth of
We have an extra nice peach put
Regular 25c cans. This week
Rice Flakes and Bice Biscuit .
This delicious breakfast food which sells for lOc will he on sale this
week only at 5c ,per package. Call at the store and. see how we can
sell a 10c package for half price. , - '
Best Greely Potatoes,
15 lbs. lor
Crystal White Soap,
6 bars for
March 25, 26, 27
DO YOU "WANT
J0 YOU WANT
DO YOU WANT
CLOSING OUT SALE
OF PIANOS, ETC.
Good Mandolin for .-. $1.40
A Good Violin for $2.65
$350-00 Schiller Oak Upright Piano
$275.00 Bishop Piano, Mahogany
Case, used, for $125.00
$375.00 Stayvesant Piano, Mission
Case, new, for $225.00
$500.00 Crown Piano, Walnut Case,
used, for $140.00
$475.00 Pianola Player Piano, new,
for .r $375-00
$800.00 Steck Baby Grand Piano,
new, for ... .$485.00
Piano Prices Include Stoel and Scarf or
101-103 El Paso St
E. & W.
$2.00 to $3.50
.50 and $2.
$1.25 to $2.00
SEE OUR WIN
Cor. Mesa and
every user of coffee to
-.-.-- 4-"1-tci irtttQQ Tv-l-i -I ?ri TO
It is the very best
Jaya and Arabian Mo
cha, which go to make up this de
lightful blend. The richness and
fullness of flavor are complete.
You have never known the best until you try
FerndeH Mocha and Java. We grind it while you
40 cents per pound
in Heavy Syrup
up in 'heavy syrup. -j
8 bars for...
Fells Xaptha Soap,
i bars for......
Texas St. Auto 1151.
SPECIAIi SERVICES AT
X. 31. C. A. THIS EVENING.
International secretary Fred S. Good
man spoke on "Vital Principles in the
Forward movement in Bible Study for
Men" Saturday night, So men being
present. Sunday afternoon he gave his
lecture, "The Bible Under Fire." The
program for today is:
4:00 p. m. "The Boy's Bible Class
"What Is Its Place in the Program of
the Modern Churchr5 Address by
CapL Thos. A. Davis.
4:30 p. m. "Problems in Bible Study
by Boys" Address and discussion by
Mr. Goodman. 1. Principles. 2.
Courses. 3. Methods. 4. leadership.
5. Efficiency Tests. 6. Rocks in the1
7:30 p. m. "The Fundamental Prob
lem in a Successful Class The Teach
er." Ideals, Training, Methods, Effi
ciency Tests Address and discussion
by Mr. Goodman. '
40 CENTS A POUND
25c a Pound
" C- S. PICKRELL, Mgr.
206 N. Oregon St. Phone 347
R. E. HARDAWA1:, C. Jfi. Railroad
and Hydraulic engineer. 30 years experience-
Expert reconnaissance and
location. Topographical surveys. Land
surveys and subdivision "work. Exami
nations and reports on land. and prop
erty values. Maps and blue prints.
Fine teams and outfit at my ranch in
Address 1136 Arizona St and Y&leta.
Why don't YOU
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OLDEST &HD STRONGEST
IH DOHA AHA COUNTY
LAS CRUCES, IT. M.
TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
ALU) SOLICITS YOUR PATRONAGE
OSCAR C SNOW, Prea. CAPT. S. J. WOODHTJLL, V. Pre, and Cash.
ROBERT DROSS, Asst. Cashier.
PLEASED AT ROSWELL
Their Visit Satisfies Them
of Wonderful Opportuni
Hoswell, N. M., March 21. The mem
bers of the party of 28 millionaire
hankers and business men of Ohio,
I Pennsylvania and ew York, who have
oeen nere looKing iniu uuhuiuuhj .
yarding the floating of three millions
in hnnfls for various enterprises in
I Chaves couroty. New Mexico, left this
morning on their three special cars.
They expressed themselves perfectly
satisfied. The head of a Cleveland, O.,
banking firm who bought the Milne
Bush ranch bonds amounting to $325,
000, expressed himself as ileased. This
man,- Charles A. Otis, owner of the
Cleveland News! of Otis and Hough,
bankers, of Cleveland, says the possibil
rtieT aro limitless here.
Leading eastern papers and financial
publications are represented by corre
spondentp with the party.
LAS CRUCES AND
A. & M. STUDENTS MAKE
TRIP TO OLD LAVA BEDS
Agricultural College, N. M. March 21.
Prof. Stockton made an excursion
with his class in physiography to the
old lava beds and crater on the west
side of. the river south of the college.
E. McQueen Gray had a good congre
gation "to hear him on "Religion and
Education" at the Mesilla Park Episco
pal church Sunday. By beginning the
evening service half an hour earlier
than usual and thereby still enabling
Mr. Gray to catch the evening train,
it was made possible for him to make
two addresses at the church insteaa
of the one which was originally an
nounced. The fruit trees in the college orchard
are in full bloom and the season prom
ises to be a most favorable one for
fruit grower's in the valley.
Howard Boone sang the offertory at
St. James's Episcopal church Sunday,
his selection being "By the Waters of
LAS CRUCES DAILY RECORD.
Las Cruces, N. M.. March 21. The fol
lowing deeds and other papers of record
have been "filed with the 'recorder of
Dona 'Ana county:
J. D Wollett to a P- Treat warranty
deed to lots 1 to 32 both inclusive in
block 164 of "Westmont Heights. Con
sideration $320. Dated March -19, 1910.
J D. "Wollett to S. M. Stewart war
ranty deed to lots 27. 28, 29 and 30 in
block 165 of Westmont Heights. Consideration-$40.
Dated March 19, 1910.
J. D. TVoMett to "Walter A. Lallker
warranty deed to lots 17, IS, 19 and 20
in block 165 of "Westmont Heights. Con
sideration $45. Dated March 19, 1910.
J. D. Wollett to Colfax Morris war
ranty deed to lots 21 and 22 in block
165 of Westmont Heights. Considera
tion $20. Dated March 19, 1910.
J. D. Wollett to J. M. Choat warranty
dee'd to lots 23, 24, 25 and 26 in block
165 of Westhmont Heights. Consider
ation $40. Dated March 19, 1910.
J. D. Wollett to S. Bartlett Kerr
warranty deed to lota 1 to 16 both in
clusive in Mock 165 of Westmont
Heights. Consideration $160. Dated
March 19. 1910.
J. D. Wollett to Morris Ferrill war
ranty deed to lots31 and, 32 In block
165 of Westmont Heights. Considera
tion $45. Dated March 19. 1910.
P. B. Lucas to Phoebus Freudenthal
quit claim deed to a parcel of land sit
uate south of Mesilla Park, area 150
by 200 feet. Consideration $1 and other
valuables. Dated tMarch IS 1910.
B, Laron Miller to R. M. Blss war
danty deed to 'lots 24 and 25 in Ala
meda Place subdivision. Consideration
$275. Dated March 19, 1910.
"William B. Tant"et ux to Eli Xewson
et ux quit claim deed to the east half
of the northeast quarter of the south
west quarter of the northeast quarter
and the northeast quarter of the south
east quarter of section 19 township 25
south, range 3 east, containing 160
acres. Consideration $1. Dated Feb
ruary 15.. 1910.
Eli Newson et ux to William B. Yant
quit claim deed to the west half of the
northeast quarter of southwest quarter
of the northeast quarter and the south
east quarter of the southeast quarter
of section 19, township 25 south, range
3 east containing 160 acres. Consider
ation $1. Dated February 14, 1910.
COLONIA DUBLAN NOTES.
Colonla Dublan, Mexico, March 21.
Lot Harris, who has been working for
Mr. Dudley on the railroad, has return
ed home, and will not go back.
June Payne has gone to El Paso to
rustle some Mexican laborers for his
Miss Agnes Ireland, of Colonla Juarez,
has gone to Globe, Ariz., in search of
Miss Pearl Davis has left the employ,
of the Union Mercantil, in Colonia Jc
rez, and has gone to the mountains wit
her, sister, Mrs." Susie Williams.
Mrs. Nellie Walser, of Colonia Juarez,
expects to leave soon for Arizona to
join her husbancl there.
Aunt Eliza Tenney has Inflammatory
rheumatism In her left arm, and It Is
so painful that she has been carrying
'it in a sling.
S. J. Robinson has gone to his rail
road camp in Texas.
The Simon Hansen place did not go
to the Haymores after all. That sale
fell through and John Hedder purchased
Medicines that aid nature are always
most successful. Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy acts on this plan. It loosens
the cough, relieves the lungs, opens the
secretions and aids nature in restoring
the system to a healthy condition. Sola
by all druggists.
t ional Bank
Cures All Spring Aliments.
Mrs. Marion Bruce, Cumberland,
Me., writes: "I have taken Hood's
Sarsaparilla for a great many years,
and I think it the best blood medicine
in the world. I take it both spring and
fall. This last winter and spring I
was in very poor health. I was weak
and had lost all my appetite and I was
all run down. As soon as I began to
take Hood's Sarsaparilla my strength
came back and my appetite returned.
I am now well, do my housework, and
no longer have that tired feeling."
Get it today in usual liquid form or
chocolated tablets called Sarsatabs.
GKLOBE ELKS LAY
New Home When Completed
and Furnished Will Cost
Globe, Ariz., March 21. Sunday was
a red letter day for the Elks of Globe,
as it marked the laying of the corner
stone of the new Elks's home, the first
exclusively lodge building in Globe.
The ceremonies were in charge of Mul
ford Wlnsor, of Yuma, deputy grand
exalted ruler for Arizona, who repre
sented the grand lodge exercises. The
principal address was made by Frank
R. Stewart, of Phoenix.
Preceding the ceremonies there wa
a parade of the Elks, all members of
the local lodge. No. 489, and visiting
Elks meeting at the lodge hall at 1
oclock. The parade was headed by the
Globe City band, which also furnished
music during the exercises.
Several thousand were present when
the exercises began. On the platform
were seven past exalted rulers of the
A box containing the records, placed
under stone, showed the growth of the
lodge from last May. Thirty-eight
charter members were present out of a
membership of 316.
The contract price of the new build
ing alone is $35,000, and the entire
cost, including the;furnishings. is ap
proximately .$50,000. The ground floor
theater willbe the finest in the terri
tory. At the meeting of Globe lodge Sat-
urday night the largest attendance in"
the history of the order was recorded.
A class of 10 new candidates was re
ceived Into the lodge and after the in
itiation there was an address by Mr.
The new members taken into the
herd were: J. Weinberger, LeRoy Mid
dleton, W. O. Kellner, John Went
worth, A. C. McKillop, Harry Bryant,
Frank L. Gates, William Hayes, J. W.
! Walter and C. A. Wynne.
SWEETWATER GIRL AVINS
Santa Fe Chief Engineer Pleased at
Railroad Work In, Vicinity of
Sweetwater, JTexas, March 21. Mis3
Winnie Jordon is the winner of the
Shirley Green fund over many contest
ants, and Is a member of the graduat
ing class of the Sweetwater high
school. The scholarship is $250 to help
defray expenses In the University of
W. B. Story, chief engineer of the
Santa Fe, has been looking over the
railroad proposition and conditions and
expressed himself as highly pleased
with the outlook and the work already
Work has commenced on the Rag
land building under contractor W. C.
McLoad. The building will be 50x120
feet, with two stories and a basement
and when completed will cost about
Work has commenced also upon the
$6000 creamery plant.
Dr. J. W. Overton, president of the
Progressive club, has appointed the
following delegates to the Industrial
congress at San Antonio, which con
venes on. April 19th: W." T. Trom
mell, E. P. McAdams, E. G. Daniels,
Simon OVKeeffe, J. L." Griffith, J. T.
Johnson, L. T. Maner, and Dr. 1. N.
PEOPLE COMING AND
GOING AT ALPINE, TEX.
Alpine. Tex., March 21. A. S. Hall
and wife, of Boston, Mass., are visiting
their son Francis, who owns a large
J stock ranch near Alpine.
Henry Reynolds, a former Alpine citi
zen, but now residing in California, was
in town for a short visit.
E. T. Fuller, W. S. Blevins and Walter
Matthews have gone down to the hot
springs in the southern part of the
county, where they will spend a few
weeks recuperating. These springs are
beginning to attract a great deal of at
tention on account of their great cura
D. B. Hoornbeck and wife, of Elgin,
111., are spending a few days in Alpine.
Mr. Hoornbeck formerly resided In Al
pine and is one of the principal stock
holders in the First National bank of
P. H. and J. A. Pruett were in town
from their ranch nonth of Alpine.
T. B. Templeton was in town from
his ranch in Jeff Davis county.
E. E. Townsend and wife spent a few
days in Alpine visiting relatives. Mr.
Townsend is manager of the Ellsinore
Cattle company's-ranch in Pecos county.
Eugene Parr was in town from his
ranch in Presidio county.
Law Cunt tli irc ti-lio Vina hppn vls.lt-
. ing relatives in Alpine for several days.
has returned to the ranch in El Paso
Judgo W. Van Sickle spqut a few days
in El Paso.
J. B. Irving has returned from a trip
to El Paso.
Miss Llllle Clerc, who has been visit
ing In Alpine for several- weeks, has re
turned to her home in east Texas.
SOCIAL NEWS AND
Marfa, Tex., March 21. Mrs. James
Poole, in honor of her son, Albert's
birthday anniversary, entertained at
eupper, Mrs. Richmond, Mrs. Hester,
Mrs. Annie Porle, Misses Jessie and
Ethel Woodward, Sue Greenwood, Pearl
Bailey, Messrs. Richmond, Rector, Jack
Knight, Hart Greenwood.
H. W. Schultze. formerly, of this place,
but now located in Del Rio, is back for
a short visit.
Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Ellison, Mrs. YTal
ter Ellison and Miss Lovelace are vis
itors to town.
Bufe Cline Is visiting in Pel Rio.
An auto party composed of Mr. and
Mrs. Carlton and Miss Nell Covington
came over from Ft. Davis. Mrs. Carlton
went on to San Marcos to visit relatives.
-J. M. Normand has gone to, Chicago.
Mr?. Arthur Mitchell, who was called
to the bedside of her sister, who was 111
In Uvalde, has returned and reports her
sister much improved in health. Mrs.
Mitchell visited in San Marcos and San
Antonio during her absence.
MrsJ. H. Taft and children and Miss
AnnieTLeverett have gone on a visit to
Mrs. N. F. Wilklns entertained at din
ner MIs'ses Lorena and Mary Shannon,
Johnnie Jordan, Emma Beuhler, Nlta
Young, and Messrs. Jordan, Jeff
Claunch. Patty and Buehler.
Dr. O. R. Haymaker, Addressing
Mothers' CInli, 2rays OrtKnary
Lnnch Prepared T Unhealthy
Roswell, X. M., March 21. The can
tata, "On Plymouth Rock," given by
the gram-mar grades of the Central
school at the Armory, was the most suc
cessful entertainment ever given in
Roswell by home talent.
The Central School Mothers club had
a successful meeting. The feature was a
paper by Dr. O. R. Haymaker on "San
itary School Lunches." Dr. Haymaker
showed that the ordinary lunch prepared
by the mother for the school child Is
very unsanitary and unhealthy, and the
cause of much physical and mental trou
ble on the part of the child.
Hon. J. M. Hervey has given a purse
of $300 to the debating teams of the
Roswell high school for debating con
tests with New Mexico high schools for
SALOON MEN MANDAMUS
OFFICER FOR LICENSE.
Globe. Ariz., March 21. To compel
the county authorities to issue them a
saloon license Mark Kochevar and John
Puhara have brought mandamus pro
ceedings against sheriff J. H. Thomp
son, the affidavit for mandamus being
filed in the district court.
The affidavit recites that on March
1 the affiants went to the sheriff, who
also is exofficlo license tax collector,
and tendered him the amount required
for a territorial license. The sheriff
refused at that time, promising to is
sue the license as soon as their build
ing on the Webster property near the
Johnny mine was completed, it is
averred. Agter they had completed the
building and removed a stock of wet
goods to it, another tender of the
money was made the sheriff and again
refused. Now Kochevar and Puhara
want judge Lewis to v compel sheriff
Thompson to issue them a license.
Kochevar and Puhara were arrested
on the charge of selling liquor without
INDIAN BUREAU RESPONSIBLE
FOR INDIAN CENSUS.
Globe. Ariz., March 21. Joe Flncn
has received word regarding his ap
pointment of special agent for the
taking of the Indian census of Ari
zona. The position is not. as first sup
posed, one controled by the census
bureau, and although he will work in
cooperation with supervisor F. F.
Towle, Mr. Finch will be accountable
to the Indian department, whence the
Because of a new method of taking
the census of the Indians, the Indian
"The Memory Lingers"
Pkgs. 10c and 15c.
J-CalisharDrxOcodfl Ca aol'
UR Easter Opening and Exhibition
of Spring Styles, which began this
morning, is easily El Paso's greatest
attraction this week. Those attend
ing this morning were pleasantly
surprised oy tne unique setting in
which they saw Easter Ready -to-W ear and
Millinery. Peach and apple blossoms, wild
smilax, jonquils, narcissus and other spring
flowers and the singing of 'canary birds har
monized with springtime productions in the
way of wearing 'apparel. Oar present exhi
bition is most complete combining as it does
everything to supply Easter requirements.
Easter Opening and Exhibition of Spring
Styles continues throughout the week. Each
day some special feature or attractive bargain
will be added. A cordial invitation is extend
ed every 'one to be withjis this week.
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I bureau has been given the appoint
j ment of special agents, whose duty it
I will be to instruct the enumerators ap
pointed by the census supervisor and
to see that the instructions of the de
partment are carried out to the letter.
BIG GOLD MINE BONDED
BY OWNER IN CHIHUAHUA
Chihuahua, Mex., March 21 Th news
Gome's from Jiminez, Chih., that Adolfo
Bronneman of Jhat place has bonded his
La Julleta gold mine in the Almoloya
district In the southern part of this
state to Los Angeles, Cal., caultalists.
i There are no particulars of the deal
j known here except that the holders of
j the option have been examining the
property. The mine has 'produced a
great deal of gold during the last few
PYTHLVNS MAY ORGANIZE
AT CHIHUAHUA, MEX.
Chihuahua, Mex., March 21. Members
here of the order of Knights of Pythias
; are trying to organize a local lodge of
i that society with a strong probability
J of making a success of it. One meeting
I has been held and efforts are being
j made to get the requisite number of
new members to get a charter. If such
! av lodge Is organized here it will be
under the jurisdiction of the grand
lodge of Knights of Pythias of Texas.
Bisbee, Ariz., Marcl. 21. After a visit
of a week, James Galey. formerly Dres-
ident of the United States Steel corpora
tion, has left for the east. While here
he examined the property of the Calu
JSivery oia sore is an external symptom oi a depraved, or poEuted con
! dition of the blood. These festering places on the flesh, aro kept open and
; in a state of irritation because tho circulation is continually discharging into
them the impurities and morbid matters with -which it is filled. This pol
luted condition of the blood may be the remains of some constitutional
trouble; the effect of a long spell or sickness, which has left the bloodstream
weak and germ-infected, or because the natural refuse of the body, which
should pass off through th9 proper avenues, has not all been eliminated
and has been absorbed into the circulation. External treatment may
cause tho place to scab over temporarily, but the blood is not made any
purer by such treatmenr, and; soon the sore will return or break out at
another place and be as bad or worse than before. S. S.S. heals" old sores
by removing every particle of impurity from the circulation. It goes down
to the very bottom of the trouble and so completely changes the circulation.
that there is no longer any impurity to drain through the sore, but the
place is once more nourished with rich, healthful blood. S. S. S. heals the
sore from the bottom, the skin regains its natural color, and when S. S. S.
has thoroughly cleansed and purified the blood the place is permanently
healed. Book on Sores and Ulcers and any medical advice freo to all who
write- THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA.
By asking us for an esti
mate on your painting and
decorating now. It will
save you the worry of wait
ing during the rush season,
and give us the opportunity
of doing it properly before
the sun becomes too hot.
Tuttie Paint & Glass Co.
L I fl ' ' aMMSEEBHsr,
ALL "A I"
Our Stock Saddles, Harness, Rifles, Shotguns, Ammunition and Sporting
Goods are all "Al." Call and examine same, or -write us.
Mail orders given prompt atteation
SHELTON-PAYNE ARMS CO,
301-303 EL PASO ST.i
met and Arizona Mining company, la
which he is interested.
F. Avon, who is in jail for abduction
of the 14yearold daughter of Mrs. M.
Zamor, has asked to be allowed to mar
ry the girl and be relieved from his
charge. The Judge has refused to grant
his request on the ground that the law
must finish its course.
Three hundred mules belonging to the
Grant Bros.' Construction company have
been entered Into Arizona from Nogales.
Another big shipment of mules belong
ing to the same company will take
place this week.
Word has been received that Wm.
Davis, a resident of Bisbee for over 18
years, died the other day of pneumonia
in the hospital at Globe.
Solomonville, Ariz. March 21. Ths
Graham County Abstract company is
.moving its office into the Clayton of
Luther Green has bought the Sands
light plant (acetylene) which he will
move to Globe and instal for John.
Mils Viola VanScoid:, principal of the
San Jose schools, is visiting the lower
part of the valley.
Miss Ella Heywood teacher at San
chy, went home to spend Sunday at
Thatcher, accompanied by a pupil, Josie
E. B. Clark has been confined to the
huose for some days with the grip.
Luther Green has made arrange
ments to move his family to Thatcher
arly this week. D. H. Cloridge, hav
ing purchased the Green place, will
then be given possession. .