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"Wednesday, April 27, 1910. 5
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Pair of W W
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smartest shoes that money can buy exact reproductions of
expensive metropolitan custom models. They're made in quarter
sizes, giving yoa an exad fit Regal Shoes are the greatest shoe
values in the world that's why we sell them.
Let us show you the new Spring styles. -
$350 $400 aad $goo
LERNER SHOE CO.
215 South EI Paso Street.
LAS CRUCES DAILY RECORD.
Las Cruces, X. M April 27. The fol
lowing deeds and other papers of rec
ord have been filed "with the recorder of
Dona Ana county: ,
Katharine Adams Dunlap to Henry D.
Bowman, warranty deed to a -tract of
land, situated in the Iona Ana Bend
Colony grant, containing 53 1-3 acres;
consideration 500. Bated March 4,
Katharine Adams Dunlap to Henry
D. Bowman, -warranty deed to a parcel
of land, situated- on "the main road be
tween Las Cruces and Old Mesilla; con
sideration 52500. Dated Ap-il 5, 1910.
Ida M. Llewellyn et al. to Henry D.
( Bowman, warranty deed to a parcel of
land, situated on the public road lead
ing from Las Cruces to 3Iesllla, contain
ing about six acres; consideration ?10,
000.' Dated March 30, 1910.
Horton Moore, by John H. May, spe
cial guardian (to Henry D. Bowman,
AMERICA leads the World
a. pre-eminently in the su
periority and skill of her dentists
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LAS CRUCES AND
A. & M. ATHLETICS
BREAK JSW RECORDS
All Track Men Practicing
For Approaching Feder
ation Meet Hay
h 11 A i -si'cuuure ouege, xs. u., April z.
3S been prepared Dy an Amet- (Track men are becoming enthusiastic
ican dentist since 1'866. It "d Ie are f out for T,!-Z
IT' work every afternoon. Redding
CleanSeS, preserves and beailtl- ke his territorial record at the 12
Sac flfl fk J nk, pound hammer throw in practice and it
estheteetnandimpartepunty look8 as if ,the presentpolpe vault record
to the breath.
and 12, in block 6 of Mesa Heights third
addition; consideration $130. Dated
April 23. 1910.
Sunshine Valley company to P. A.
Maese, warranty deed to lots 17 and
IS. in bloi'k 13 of Mesa Heights sec
ond addition; consideration $60. Dated
April 20, 1910.
Sunshine Valley company to George
D. Stateson, warranty deed to lots 1, 2,
3 and 4, in block 36 of Mesa Heights
stands there is a good chance of it be
ing raised at one of the coming meets.
At the last tryouts the time made in the
quarter -mile, the half .mile and the mile
runs were satisfactory, and -with two
weeks more of training before tiie big
meet, the college snould easily take
places in all of these events, if it does
not get first place.
j There is some talk of not having the
' hainni?r throw, the two 20 hurdles, the t
J two 20 dash or the half mile run in the
federation meet, but it has not been
definitely decided that these events will
not be used. The track men are being
second addition; consideration $130. put through regular schedules of work
Dated April 25, 1910. f each afternoon by coach Kruger and are
James T. Smith to Elizabeth Gertrude , developing rapidly under his coaching.
Massing, -warranty deed to .lots 4 and
45, in block 24 of Sunny Slope addition;
consideration $1.00 and other valuables.
Dated April 25. 1910.
James T. Smith to Helen R. Rater,"
warranty deed to lots 25 and 2G, in block
49 of Sunny Slope addition No. 2; con
sideration $1 and other valuables. Dated
April 25, 1910.
L- H. Vanderwerf to M. C. Nelson,
warranty deed to lots 23 and 24, in block
74 of Miller's "Washington Park addi
tion; consideration $1 and other valu
ables. Dated April 18, 1910.
J. T. Miller to Theodore Baker, war-
i ranty deed -to lots 32 and 34. in block
I 79 of Miller's addition; consideration $1
and other valuables. Dated Mav 24,
Decedino Corona et ux. to Miles
The track is being worked.
One of Turney's big alfalfa barns
near Old Mesilla has burned do-wn.
Friday of Shis week is the day set
for -the local track meet and that even
ing for the annual field day ball.
OIL COMPANY AT
LAS CRUCES FORMED
deed to a tract of land, sit- -ougiass, warranty aeea to a lot in tne
the Dona Ana Bend Colony i town of Las Cruces, in precinct 3, area
grant, containing 53 1-3 acres; consid
eration $50. Dated April 7. 1910. v
J. B. McCory to R, Jackman, quit
claim deed to a parcel of land, situated
wear La Mesa, containing one .acre,
more or less; consideration $50. Dated
April 20, 1910.
Sunshine Valley company to James F.
Martin, warranty deed to lots 9, 10, 11
OLDEST AND STRONGEST
IN DOHA AHA QOUHTY
Las Cruces New Mexico j
LAS DEUCES, N. M.
25 by 50 varas; consideration $60. Dated
May 15, 19 OS.
Adela Douglass to Roert E. McBride,
warranty deed to a lot -in the town of
Las Cruces, area 25 by 50 varas; -consideration
$65. Dated April 20, 1910.
E. H. Morrill to Fay Sperry, warrants
deed to lots 4, 5 and 8 in. the Las Cruces
.Realty company's Alameda Place addi
tion; consideration $1.00 and other val
uable: dated April 18, 1910.
Pancho Alderete to M. O. Llewellyn,
quit claim deed to a parcel of land, con
taining about 7 acres: consideration
$1.00; dated April 12, 1910.
Sunshine Valley company to P. A.
Maese, warranty deed to lots 17 and
18 in block 13 of Mesa Heights addi
tion; consideration $50; dated April 2,
Special Licenses Isined. .
Otto Bomback, retail merchant, Me
silla, N. M.
J. E. Bonar, liquor license, Rincon,
E. Caminez. retail liquor license,
Chamherino, N, M.
Jose Martenez and Josefina Chavez.
J Casimero Fierro, Adelina. Georgeona
De La O. and Ernesto Rojo.
Severa;l Claims Are Taken
Up br People Who Make '
Trip in Auto.
Las Cruces, X. M., April 27. After
The Herald's report of the oil discovery
at Camp City, a company was formed
here, which sent to the scene Frank
! Hayner, Frank Davis, George Fitzger
ald and Carter Compton to investigate
and stake claims for the company if
they thought advisable.
' They returned after making the -trip
both ways by automobile, and report
that the prospects look pretty good and
that they had staked i2S0 acres.
They believe that abundant oil will
TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
AND SOLICITS YOUR PATRONAGE '
OSCAR C SNOW, Pres. CAPT. S. J. WOODHULL, V. Pres. and .Cash.
ROBERT DROSS, Asst. Cashier.
3ell Phones 823, 844.
Auto Phone 1691
Leader in Lower Prices.
"Why fot buy -your groceries where yon can get the
best and most for the least money? Give us one trial
and you will be another customer for the only 0. 0. D.
store in El Pas6.
Strictly fresh creamery butter, 3 lbs. for $1.00
Strictly fresh Kansas eggs, per dozen . . . . 25
Best quality full cream cheese, per lb 2D
STRAWBERRIES 4 lbs. .best bulk Starch o p
for preserving; now is the time for
the best berries; large shipments
every day this week, r
per box !UC
15 boxes to crate,
per crate -.;..,
Fresh Valley Asparagus,
2 bunches for
Fancy California Head
Lettuce, 2 for
Summer Squash, -
2 lbs. for
Fine large Pie Plant,
3 lbs. for
Fresh Green or Wax Beans,
Fresh Green. Peas,
3 pkgs. Post Tbasties,
3 cans .large Milk (any ' np
kind) for I..'. OC
6 cans small milk (any ftg
kind) for ...DC
4 lbs. 4 best bulk Starcih
Good old Potatoes,
15 lbs. for : .
Large Dry Onions
6 lbs. for
3 lbs. best head Rice
Large pkg. Gold Dust,
3 pkg3. Dutch Gleaner
6 bars Crystal White Soap
5 bars D. C. Soap
for . .".
4 bars Fells Naphtha Soap
4 large rolls Toilet Paper
Fancy, large fat Mackerel,
Regular 40c brass Wash
5 gal. best Gasoline,
Highest grade Bulk Teas, any kind, per lb 60a
I Eyster's special C. 0. D. coffee, per lb 25c
urajpe juice, an sizes, pints 25c, qfcs, 4ocj y2 gallons sue
10 lb. pail pure lard only.,. : $1.70
5 lb. pail pure lard only 85
3 lb. pail pure lard only ; 55
10 lb. pail Cottolene only . . ". 1.60
3 dozen good oranges for 50
6 small California grape fruit for 25
Eyster's C. O. D. Grocery
ISIDORO ARMIJO BUYS A
Breathe Hyoinei Kill the
G-srms and Prevent
Today; right here in these enlightened
United States, there are ten millions of
people suffering from vile catarrh and
its discustiner symptoms, just because
they have not energy enough to arouse j
themselves and get rid 01 tne germs
that cauuso catarrh.
Catarrh robs its victim of energy
some physicians say of will power. That
may be the reason why thousands of
catarrh sufferers haven't ambition
enough to accept this fair and square
offer by Kelly & Pollard, which they
make without any whys and wherefores
or red tape of any kind.
Kelly & Pollard say "they guarantee
Hyomei to cure catarrh, acute or chron
ic, or money back," and that offer is
open to every reader of The Herald-
Hyomei (pronounce it "Hlgh-o-me) is
the purest Australian Eucalyptus com
bined with Thymol and other germ kill
Pour a few drops into the small vest t
pocket Hyomei inhaler and breathe it
into the lungs over the inflamed mem
brane infested with catarrh germs.
It is pleasant to use it kills the
germs, soothes the sore membrane, and
cures catarrh; if it doesn't your money
A bottle of Hyomei costs 50 cents at
druggists everywhere, and at Kelly &
Pollard's. A complete outfit, which in
cludes a bottle of HyomeiJ a hard rub
ber inhaler and simple instructions for
use costs 1.00. Mail orders filled by
Booth's Hyomei Co., Buffalo, X. Y.
I At Jarrell. Ballard & Co. ;
'ii iisiJi1 f
Silk and Lingerie Dresses
X.AS CRUCES HOTEL ARRIVALS.
Las Cruces, N. M., April 27. The fol
lowing guests are registered at Hotel
Xon Barnardo: Ira C. "Watson, Mon
trose, Cal.; TV. S. Cox, Denver; C. H.
Springer, Kansas City: W. H. Young,
Kansas City, John . -Xocker, Mexico.
E. F.; J: P. Rotut. Boston; David
Schwarz,'El Paso;-C. A.' Stewart, EI
Paso; T. C. Cabenez, El Paso; TV. Cun
nirgham, El Paso.
Park Hotel: TV. J. May, Albuquer- j
que; E. M. Cruzen, El Paso: Geo. F.
Jone2, El Paso.
Leaders in Lower Prices.
Corner Kansas and Boulevard
With a Pin Inflammation Set In
and Itching, Pain and Swelling
Followed Unable to Rest Day or
Night Suffered Six Months -Relieved
in a Day and Wholly
CURED BY CUTICURA
ON SISTER'S ADVICE
"Several years ago I had a little pim-
?le come between my ankle and knee,
opened it with a pm which caused it
to inflame In a snort time my limb
was so poisoned and swollen I could
scarcely use it. I suffered intense pain,
being unable to rest day or night. I
tried every remedy recommended, con
sulted several specialists but grew worse
all the time, finding no relief in anything
"My sister recommended the Cufi
cura Remedies. I began using the Cuti
cura Remedies according to directions
and I was so much relieved that I slept
some the first night. The itching, burn
ing and swelling in my limb gradually
decreased and the sore began to heal.
After six months' suffering such a3 1 had
endured, the relief was wonderful. I
continued the treatment several weeks
and a permanent recovery was the result.
I shall ever recommend the Cuticura
Remedies to anyone suffering from blood
and skin diseases. Mrs. D. M. May
R. F. D. 5, Goldsboro, N. C, Oct. 25, 09.
In a Night by the Use of Cuticura
Soap and Ointment.
These pure, sweet and gentle emol
lients preserve the hands, prevent red
ness, roughness and
chapping, and im
part in a single
night, that velvety
softness and white
ness so much de
sired by women.
For those whose
occupations tend to
injure the hands or
who suffer from dry,
fissured , i t c h i n"g,
fevpriKh nalms nnrl
Ehapeless nails, with painful finger-ends,
Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment
are simply wonderful.
,r.ra,tlcur? SoaP 25c). Ointment (50c ). Resolvent
(5(ic) and Chocolate Coated Pllla (25c ). are sold
tnrousnout the world Potter DniR & Chem Corp,
Bole Props . 135 Columbus Ave.. Boston
fi3"Matled Free. Cuticura Book on the Treatment
H'd Cure ot SUn and Scalp Disease
Soda Water Fixtures Meet With Acci
dent ew Xote.s and. Personals
From the V-alley Town.
Las Cruces, X. Jr., April 27. Isidoro
Armijo has secured control of -the "Echo
Valle," a Spanish weekly paper, of Las
Cruces, which he will edit.
The handsome soda fountain fixtures
for Warner and Tipton, had the plate
glass mirror broken while the drayman
was hauling1 it.
John Began, of Heniet, Cal., has ar
rived in the city to -make Las Cruces
'his home. Mr. Degan is' connected with
Nicholas Guiles in several enterprises as f
well as having several interests in and I
out of Las Cruces individually.
The women oftlie W. I. A. will give
en ice cream supper at the park Friday
evening. The International band will,
furnish music throughout the evening.
The "Woman's Home Mission society of
the Methodist church will hold its
annual bazaar Friday in
building on Main street.
Nolan S. "Williams, a former Las Cru
ces boy, but now of Denver, ha& been
visiting relatives In this city "several'
Theodore Eouault and son are unload
ing a car of Winona wagons and another
car of harvesting- machinery.
Mrs. Graham and daughter Alice,
were in El Paso Tuesday visiting.
Miss Josephine Anmijo went down to
El Paso Tuesday.
Capt. G. H. Mossman went down to
his ranch at Vad.o this forenoon.
Mrs. S. A. Faulkner went down to El
Paso this forenoon.
I. V. Peacock Is attending to bus'i-'
ness in El Paso today.
Geo. TV. Finger, of the -Basqom-Por-ter
company, is in El Paso today on
bu?niess for his firm.
Wm. Dessauerwent down to-the Pas3
City for the day.
Silk and Lingerie Dresses
$18.50 pongee dresses, made after the newest
models and best styles, special $14.95
15.00 Silk Dresses, nice quality of striped and
checked silk, on sale at - $11.95
$12.50 black taffeta silk dresses, made with lace
yoke, on sale at $9-95
12.50 dresses, amide of allover embroidery, one
piece dress, on sale for- $9.75
8.50 lingerie dresses, come in pink, blue and
white, on gale at $6.98
$6.50 lingerie dresses, white only, for $4.95
Special dot of white lingerie dresses on sale
PATENT SELF SHARPENING SHEARS
GIVEN AWAY FREE.
Sonne time bock we bought a large quantity of
these Shears, to give tihem. away free of charge
with a 5.00 purchase. We are doing this as a
matter of advertising medium, and knowing that
this would "he a useful article in any borne, and
instead or spending thi3 ononey in, newspapers,
we ore giving it to you direct; every pair guar
anteed. Thenr go absolutely free with 5-00 pur
chase. You have to trade five dollars during
the next 30 days, only you dont have to trade
the amount at one time.
Say, Daddy, why are Cast Sltuni
num Plates better than rubber!
Because, IPortunatus, they 'fit per
fectly, do not hurt the soft tissues,
easily kept clean, are light and when
you eat you can taste with therh, and
100 more reasons. .
2)r, H. A. Magrtider
I DOIPT WORK FOR NEGROES
Our 9th year in EI Paso.
the Lohman jf yQu.expect tobuy a piano
at any time within two
years, buv now and save
from $100X)0 to $200.00.
' Just a few. pianos left.
101-103 SI Paso Street.
CITIZEN PRINTER XO MORE;
t DIES AT LAS CRUCES
Las Cruces, April 27. Yesterday af
ternoon marked -he passing into a bet
ter life of an old-time printer and
newspaper man, when C R. ."V. Du
Champ, of the Rio Grande Republican
staff for about a year and of the Las
truces citizen during- the - last seven
DuChamp was taken sick last Wed
nesday with a severe attack of grip.
Chances of recovery were most favor
able till Friday when he made the
mistake of going out on the street. He
was stricken with pneumonia and Dr.
-tl. ii.. -uctsriacs strenuous efforts to,
save mm were unavailing.
DuChamp was born of French par
entage and his rhymes and other writ
ings all bore evidence of that fineness
so characteristic of Americans of
French descent. He was a great lover
of children and a staunch supporter of
what he believed to be right. Kc boost
ed Las Cruces at every opportunity
and often said he would rather live anil
die here than any place on the globe.
He was born at New Orleans 5-1 years
ago, where he learned the printing
trade, spent ten years in Kentucky,
then went to Texas and edited several
weeklies, the last being the Yoakuz.
Times. His interment will take place
J. B. Sulton Company
Embossing, Engraving, Printing
328 Texas St. fcell Phone 680
Fred M, Ragge
710 Wheeling St.
PHONF, BELL 1 AUTO 1001
Will be up right away. '
Careful men- Reasonable price
116 SAN FRANCISCO ST.
First National Bank
United States Depository
Capital and Surplus, $600000.00
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
W. W. TURNEY, Chairman.
JOSHUA RAYNOLDS, President.
James G. H&Fktj; Vice-President. Walter M. Butfcr, Asat. On Met
Jdo. M. Rayrieia, Vice-President. Franca B. Gallagher, Asst. CMfcier
EiXiAK W. KAX5K, Cashier.
AsSetS m m m
WE SOLICIT YOUE BANKEKTG BUSINESS
C R. HOREHEAD, President. GIO. D. FLORY, Cawhiw-
JOSEPH MAGOFFIN, V. Pim. C. JT. BASSXTT, VUt n&
L. J. GILCHRI1T, Jwrt. Cu&
State National Bank
ESTABLISHED APRIL, 1881.
CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $175,00
legitimate Banking Business Transacted ia All Its Braaci.
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR MEXICAN MONXY.
Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co.
W. W. Tnrney, Prest.
S- T. Turner, Vice Preit.
W. Cooley, Y. P. & Jtfgr.
W. E. AtboM, Cashier.
' t. M. MtirchiaOB, As. Caik.
E. E. Christie, Secy.
CAPITAL, SUBPLTJS AND PROFITS $160,000
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS
ESPECIAL ATTENTION TO OUT OF TOWN ACCOUNTS
ARRANGES FOR STARTING
MINING COMPANY ONCE MORE
JLas uruces, N. M.,; April 27. J. I. Jf.
Cullough, secretary of the Bennett
Stephenson Mining & Milling company
has returned from Kansns Pif- .,.
Kansa points, where he went several j
w ccas iiB" iw complete arrangements for
the taking over of the property of the
Stephenson-Bannett Consolidated Mining
company, and states that he has secured
assignments from all Kansas creditors
for the amount of their claims against
the old company, and expects to con
summate the plans to take the property
out of the hands of the receiver within
the near future.
ODOM TRANSFER CO.
BAGGAGE AND MOVING
ALL KINDS OF HAULING
Bell Phone 1054 Auto Phone195S
109 MAIN ST.
Lonpr and Easy Term?.
You can go to one big furniture store
in El x aso and get the most liberal
terms on refrigerators, besides getting
the best possible values. This store
lias two carload of refrigerators, and
the styles and sizes include 'everything.
Free ice book to those who buy this
week. The place is at Springer's, 216
San Antonio street. The offer may be
withdrawn at any time.
TRY DR. CUE HOtC'S VEGETAfiLE
ity or .weakness
of men. women
ill Skin Diseases.
tarrh. Heart Dis
ease, Lung Trou
ble, Liver Com
plaint and Coa
tlon or acute
LY CURED. Of
Bell Phone 2D10.
T?T ? r- - -."4
flee 105 N. Campbell.
CITY NATIONAL BANK
EL PASO, TEXAS
-UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY
Capital, 150)000.00. Surplus and Profits, $25,000.00 I
UJttUUEKS AND DIRECTORS:
U. S. Stewart Frank Power H. J. Simmons t
a. u. Andreas . Kohlberg B. Blumenthal
J. F. WiHiams J. H. May
YOUR BANKING BUSINESS IS RESPECTFULLY INVITED
THIS BANK'S ASSETS
While this bank fulfills evory function in wmnHnn tt-Trh the
Sffl handling of the aecmints of laTjre business houses, -ret it also
assists tfce men ot small means. . Accounts subject to check
amau aa u" a large are invited, painstaking and careruJ
attention being extended to the requirements "of every de-