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News Of the Great Southwest
ews Of tlie Great Southwest
April 27, 1910.
jiflwL Insures wholesome and fc36A)
SilwfP 'I EJglfffr delicious food f of every PH3P
county clerk, who tveiit to San Antonio
to have an operation performed, state
he is recovering:.
Rev. S. E. Allison and AV. M. San
ford have returned from New Mexico,
-where they attended the Methodist dis
trict conference at Portales.
A. S. Justice obtained 'judgment in
his suit acramst the C. ti. & fa. -a.
rRalroad Stops Cattle Feed
ing Privilege at That
WHY THE ACTION"
There is no other season when medi
cine is so much needed as in the
spring. The blood is impure and im
poverished a condition indicated by
pimples, boils and other eruptions on
the face and body, by deficient vitality,
loss of appetite, lack of strength.
The best spring medicine, according
to the experience and testimony o
thousands annually, is
It purifies and enriches the blood,
cures eruptions, builds up the system.
Get it today in usual liquid form or
chocolated tablets known as Sarsatabs.
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91 YEARS OF AGE
Sisters Academy Progress
ingCard Club Ends the
Season Personal Notes.
Xogales, Ariz., April 27. A Demo
cratic and Citizens ticket for the city
election on 3Iay 23, has" been put In
the field. On the Democratic ticket,
the convention for which was the can
didates nominated for trustees are:
George B. Marsh, Dr. A. H". Xoon,
F. Van Mourich. G. A. Fielder, Lu
"Watkins. TV". F. Overton, Otto H. Her
old; marshal, W. V. Coughlin; town
clerk, A. Dumbould; street" commis
sioner. Chas. Lopez.
The candidates nominated on the Cit
izens' ticket are for trustees:
E. K. Cummlng. A. L. Gustetter, A.
S. Xoon. Phil Semlar, J. W. "Wilson,
W. J. Newman, J. A- Spink; marshal,
T. J. "W'ylie; town clerk. C. M. Rath
burnt street commissioner, Chas. Lu
The Citizens' ticket was reported by
A- T. Bird, Con O'Keefe, Pate Harraan,
and Madison Risinger.
Halley's comet Is visible here about
4 oclock in the morning to the naked
eye In the eastern horizon.
"Work has been commenced on the
Sisters' academy, north of the Catholic
church, and will be completed for the
opening of the fall term of school.
The construction of the- new TourneJI
block has been commenced by contrac
Mrs. John Mclntyre and Mrs. Phil
He'rold -entertained friends at the home
of Mrs. Mclntyre. Bridge vhist and
dainty refreshments were enjoyed.
Beginning with the last evening for
cards at the Santa Cruz club, prizes
for the highest score in a series of
bridge whist games will be awarded.
Ben Sneed and V. J. Hysham, who
have purchased several thousand head
of cattle in Mexico 'are in Nogales at
tending to the crossing of 1000 head
at this port.
A. E. Garcia, of Pasadena, Cal., is in
Xogales attending to mining affairs.
C. H. Gardner, of Blandisville, III.,
president of the Four Metals Mining
company, is in the city.
Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Gattrel, of Hua
chuca. have been in Xogales.
J. E. McKeel, C. TV. Moss and Leo
Gale, of El Paso, have been here.
Mr. and Mrs. TV. J. Partridge have re
turned from an extended trip to Sonora,
where they have mining interests.
Captain Stephen O'Connor has been
removed to Cochise county to await his
trial for the alleged murder of Dr. A.
S. Russell. It was transferred to Co
chise county on a change of venue.
Dr. Rogers, of Tucson, assisted by
Drs. Gustetter and Minnoga, of this
city, performed an operation for ap
pendicitis on J- J. Rajhail, sr., at the
St. Joseph's hospital.
A. D. Xanny, of Douglas, who was
formerly In the employ of the Wash-
A Perfect Breakfas
ington Trading company, at Xpgales,
is a visitor here.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Ersklne, of Globe,
are in the city.
Major R. P. O'Connor, U. S. A., has
been in Xorrales from Fort Hua-
Mrs. I. Burgoon has returned from
Phoenix, where she -went to represent
the Manzanlta lodge at the territorial
meeting of the Rebekah degree of Odd
A. C Bernard, of Guaymas, Mex.,
has been here.
Mrs. Hannah has returned from a
month's visit to Phoenix.
Miss Minnie Duffy, the trained nurse.
has returned from Guaymas, Mex.,
where she went in response to a pro
Thieves entered the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Fitch during their absence and
made way with valuable articles.
Mrs. P. J. Mclntyre and children have
left for Los Angeles, where they will
reside. Mr. Mclntyre will remain In
Xogales until later, arranging business
American consul Hostetter and Mrs.
Hostetter were In Xogales en route to
the City of Mexico.
TV. R. Sprecher, who has been In the
northwest Is visiting here.
Mr. and Mrs. TV. C. Bridge have re
turned from an extended visit In San
E. D. Prey has" been transferred to
the immigration service at San Diego,
Inspector J. B; Mix has gone to So
nora on business. ,
The Xogales publi scchools are pre
paring for the closing exercises on
Dalhart, Tex.. April 27. The Dalhart
commercial club had an interview with! Tr .
general superintendent Smally, of the1 ODD FELLO W S ARE
Rock Island company, who Is niaKiug i
an official visit here, with a view -to
having feeding privilege of 15 days re
stored to Dalhart, and it is hoped the
result will be favorable.
During the past year there have
been hundreds of carloads fed here en
route from Arizona. Mexico and Xew
Mexico to points norm. Recently this j
privilege was revoked by tne compauj,
for what reason Is not understood by
shippers, as the privilege is still grant
ed to territories in Colorado and south
Texas points that are reached by the
Santa Fe and other roads from the
Since Dalhart has been recognized as
( a central leecung point in -ue p--
few years and has handled thousands
of cars of cattle and will entertain the
Cattlemen's convention next March, it
Is not understood why Dalhart should
not have any special favors that are
granted to other cities.
Removal sale Snyder Jewelry Co.
CATTLE AT ALPINE
IN GOOD CONDITION
No lack of building up elements in this food. It vill be relished
and enjoyed. The best food for growing children. Not a single
element contabed in the blood of the human body, but is found in
this food. 98 of it is digestible and a source of energy; often better
than meat; certainly more delicious and economical. Quickly and
conveniently prepared. Every child will like it Ask your Grocer.'
They Allow UnHrreat id Stopovers
I 1 LOCOMOTIVES f I
On Sale June fsi to Sept, mh, Limit Get. 31si
CITY TICKET OFFICE, ST. REGIS HOTEL
INSTRUMENTS AND SUPPLIES
Fred J. Feldman Co.
308 San Antonio St.
SOUTHWESTERN" SALES AGENTS KEUFFEL & ESSER CO, OF N. Y.
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Race Horses Arrive for May
5 Celebration Realty
Alpine. Tex., April 27. J. TV. Haile
and family, -who are in from their ranch
in the 02 pasture, report cattle in fair
ly good condition.
There are a great many newcomers
here looking- for locations.
Ashley Gillette, of llarfa, states .that
Alpine is not the Onlv town -n:hrn tha
key rate is 9S cents, as that is the
raae at Jiaria.
"W. J. Perry, --svho owns a large ranch
near the Chisos mines in the southern
part of the county, has purchased some
G. W. Blackburn, sr.. who lias re
turned from an e?:renWi trin tn ro-i5
j fornia, states that he -will probably
j mave there iii the near future. He has
sold his ranch interests to S. k. Guth
J- TV. Rison i-s building on his lots
recently purchased in the Means auc
tion. G. J. "Work has finished his new
residence in the Means addition.
Dr. Locke, of Fort ' Davis is here
with his bunch of race stocK -which
he intends to enter in the races on
Eugene Parr has been in from his
ranch in the Glass mountains.
George T. "Wilson, connected with the
Marathon Rubber company, was here.
J. A. Stroud, who owns a ranch in
the lower eountrv. static h. hrc h,st
i T. R. Holland's nn;tiiTv tkm -trv,7,..
G. W. Blackburn, sr., has sold his
residence In the western part of town
to Henry ease; consideration about
Those attendine- the T. n n tt- &i-
ybratlon at Fort Davis were: Dr. Ben-
jtumi v. isenreiey and wife, "W. Van
Sickle and wife and R. B. Slight.
"V- H. Funk has sold trio tracts of
land out of his section north of town"
.me consideration was $1000. The pur
chasers are from Schleicher county.
Miss Edna Shields has returned .form
a visit on the J. TV. Haile ranch.
VReports from M. S. Burke, deputy
Kidney Trouble .Vttack El Paso area
and Women, Old and Youagr.
Kidney ills seize young- and old.
Come quickly with little warning.
Children suffer in their early years
Can't control the kidney secretions.
Girls are languid, nervous, suffer
"Women worn, can't do daily work. "
Men have lame and aching backs.
The cure for man, woman or child '
Is to cure the cause the kidneys.
Doan's Kidney Pills cure sick irid-
ure all forms of kidney suffering.
El Paso testimony proves it
Mrs. T. A. Jones, 112G Texas street.
El Paso, Texas, says: ."Reading ac
counts In the local papers of people
who had used Doan's Kidney Pills with
great benefit, induced me to procure a
box at Kelly & bollard's drug store
for a member of our household who
was troubled by disordered kidneys.
The complaint came on after an at
tack of scarlet fever. The person re
ferred to complained a great deal of
backache and a weakness of the kid
neys. Doan's Kidney Pills proved very
satisfactory and the use of one box
brought great relief."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
Buffalo. New York, sole agents for the
United States. '
Remember the name Doan's and
lane no otner- j
PLAINTIFF G-ETS 1
CENT FOR SLANDER
Bargman Company Loses
Suit at Tucunieari Grand
Jury Returns Bills.
Tucumcari. X. M., April 27. The dis
trict court has disposed of a number of
caes and the grand jury has finished
the work of the term. About 30 true
bills were found. Among the cases dis
posed of by the court were:
Civil Bargman Shirt company of El
Paso ,vs. A. J. Jones: verdict for de
fendant. Frank Burns vs. Susan Burns,
divorce: denied. Clarke Hall vs. J. T.
TVeatherford; slander: one cent dam
ages. J. D. Cutllp vs. Henderson
Knowles; verdict for plaintiff.
Criminal Territory vs. J. E. Robert
son, defacing brands on cattle; dis
missed. Territory vs, Rafael Padilla,
larceny of cattle; dismissed. Territory
vs. Vernon Newman, concealed weapons,
fined $50 and costs. P. A- Learson. re
fusing to vaccinate children, pleaded
guilty and was fined $10 and costs.
A bridge was burned on the Dawson
road at the 35 mile post. The bridge
was 200 feet high, and was tnought to
have ignited from a spark from an en
gine. Traffic will be delayed for a few
days, but passengers are being trans
ferredr O. C. Hammons, former editor of the
Tucumcari Sun, has gone to Phoenix,
Ariz., where he will engage In business.
Rev. J. I. Sedar, territorial superin
tendent of the anti-saloon league, has
been holding meetings here. -
STOCK LAW INTO
EFFECT AT ALPINE
City Authorities Plan Civic
and Personal News.
Alpine, Tex., April 27. The city au
thorities have begun civic improve
ment work. All trash and rocks are
being raked up and hauled away. After
May 5, livestock Till not be permitted to
run loose in the city limits.
G. TV. Blackburn t has returned from
San Diego, Cal.. where he went to
purchase a home. His family will re
turn In a few days.
J. B. Irving is in El Paso.
Dr. G. S. Ixcke and wife f Fort
Davis. haA'e rome for a two weeks'
visit in Alpine.
J. R. Sanford has returned to his
home in Eagle Pass.
John McDemiltt and family have
moved to Deming, N. M.
Local Organizations Cele
brate and Present Jewels
Tuesday morning was the 91st anni
versary of the foundation of the order
of Odd Fellows and El Paso lodge 2S4
celebrated the occasion with an In
formal reception in their lodgo room
where they were assisted by Western
Rebekah lodge, 191.
Opening the program at :30 o'clock
Tuesday night the officers presiding
were E. B. Elfers. noble grand;
George Wauchope. vice grand; E. F.
Vache, chaplain. E. B. Elfers delivered
an opening address In which he referred
to the p-rg-.ss of CdiVFellowship since
t'." foundation of h- order.
Miss Ainee Schutz followed with a
song, "The ddd Fellows Orphans'
Home." Mrs. Alice B. Thompson fa
vored with a recitation. "Stella Ma
honey." J. L,. Campbell, of the Odd Fellows,
presented 25 year jewels to Lee Rober
on and F. C. Cole, while 'here was one
each for John Sorenson and H. H. De
laney, but they were not present.
The Rebekahs presented Mrs. Esther
Frazer with a 25 year veteran's jewel
and George Beaudete with a past grand's
Followingthis program -light refresh
ments were served and then the floor
was cleared for dancing. over 100
couples being present
Removal sale SnyCer Jewelry Co.
DA3IAGH SUIT DECIDED
AFTER LONG FIGHT.
Supreme Court Reverses the Court of
Appeals, -which Had Reversed a
Trice Tried EI Pnw Case
The supreme court of Texas has re
versed the court of appeals in the case
of Mrs. Leo TVllley against the Atchi
son, Topeka & Santa Fe Railroad com
pany for $7500 damages, the court
holding in favor of the plaintiff. The
case has been in court for a long time.
On May 12, 1904. Leo TVllley, a
switchman in the local Santa Fe yard'.
was run over by an engine and killed, j
Mrs. TVllley sued for damages and the
only witness was Sam Cleburne, a negro
boy. A jury in the 34th district court
gave a judgment in the sum of $7500;
judge Harper set it aside on the ground
that the evidence was insufficient; it
was tried a second time with the same
result, and a third trial resulted in an
other verdict for the plaintiff In the
The court could not set this aside on
the same grounds and so the judgment
was allowed to stand. Then the rail
road company took the case to the
court of appeals. Judge W. F. Fly, in
that court, revised the Judgment and
rendered In .favor of the defendant.
Then, on a writ of error, the plaintiff
took the case before the supreme court,
which reversed judge Fly and found
in favor of the plaintiff-
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We are now receiving daily our second sup
ply of Low Shoes in all the leathers and
made in all the new shapes. Drop in and
see them. It is just as easy to have our ex
clusive designs in footwear as it is to have
the same old thing as "Tom, Dick & Harry"
can buy in any old kind of a store. Costs
no more, you feel better and you look bet
ter. Try it and see for yourself.
If you are among the few whodon't know it,
buy once from us, then you will say
XIXEYEAROLD MEXICAN GIRL
CHARGED TVITH PICKING POCKETS.
Nineyearold Rafalia Nuno is held by
the Juarez police, an accused pick
pocket. The girl is alleged to have
I accomplished a clever job in thejerowd-
ed marKet place, oDiamias ?s. it:
child wil have a trial in the minor
BARLEY AND HAY CROPS
SolomonvIIIe Tillers of Soil Shut
Knights of Pythias Chancellor Visits
City News Notes
Solomonville. Ariz., April 27. Barley
is rady for cutting and the alfalfa crop
will soon be ready' for harvesting.
Fred Cleveland, grand chano-tffbr of
the Knight of Pythias, visited the lo-
eal lodge. A banquet was given in his
Mrs. I. E. Solomon has gone to Globe.
Ariz., where her daughter, Mrs. Jake
Weinberger, is ill.
Joe Reave sold his saloon to Tom
Hoops at Safford.
Mrs. L. B. Gunther. and granddaugh
ter, Lucy Coon, have gone to Duncan,
Ariz., to visit her son, C. D. Coon, and'
Adolph Schoner has gone to Springer
ville, Ariz., via Ft. Apache. He will also
visit the petrified forests.
TV. C. McFarland is dn Tucson.
Rain Is tieded badly, the water In the
river is getting very low.
Miss Mary Ross is visiting with Mrs.
John C. Epley.
Mrs. P. C. Little, who was at the
Bishop ranch visiting with Miss Lily
Bishop, has returned to Globe.
"Removal sale Snycer Jewelry Co.
MAYOR OF JUAREZ
PLANS FOR DANCE.
Francisco Portlllo. the new mayor of
Juarez, has announced he will entertain
the society folk of the border city on
May5 5, the day of the national celebra
tion of Mexico. Invitations will be
issued soon. Mr. Portillo attended the
church benefit fiesta at theater Juarez
INJURED MEXICAN IDENTIFIED.
Justo Valles is the name' given by the
man found Monday on the National rail
way rjght of way in Juarez. Tuesday
he recovered from a slight injury to his
head, but cannot remember how he was
Ernest G. TVoleslagel. of the Occiden
tal Life Insurance compmy, is here
from his headquarters in Albuquerque.
LIEUT. DESOBRY AND 3IEN
TO GO TO PHILIPPINES
Second Lieut. Elmer1 C. Desobry and
the detachment ' of enlisted men lft
at Fort Bliss when the 19th infantrv
left, for the Philippines, Tvill leave on
the second day of May for the Orient
to join the regiment in the Orient.
MANY EL PASO SHRIXERS TO
MAKE TRIP TO
Arrangements are oeing made for th
visit of the local Shrlners to Chihuahua
Saturday. A special rate of $10.10 for
the round trip, including, the Pullman
reservation, has been made, and a car
load of Shrlners will attend the cere
monial session of the Anezeh temple
of Mexico City, which will take place
Saturday afternoon and evening, clos
ing with a banquet.
Do farmers eat the proper
sort of food?
The farmer of today buys a much
larger proportion of the food that goes
on the table than he did tec years ago.
It's a good thing that this is so because
he has a great variety to select from.
He should, however, use great care
in selecting for the best results in
health and strength.
The widespread tendency in the city
to increase the amount of Quaker
Scotch Oats eaten is due very largely
to the recent demonstrations by scien
tific men that the Quaker Scotch Oats
fed man is the man with greatest
physical endurance and greatest men-
chihuahua. tal vigor. . . , . 4, . . - .
ng made for th Farmers should give this subject
careful thought and snouia increase
the quantity of Quaker Scotch Oats
eaten by themselves, their children
and the farm hands.
Packed in regular packages, and in
hermetically sealed tins for hot
Why Pay More for Your Groceries at
When We Can and Will Sell Them To You for Less Money?
"A word to the wise is sufficient."
Buy your Groceries by the case, box and sack and notice the big saving.
WE SELL W QUANTITIES AT WHOLESALE PRICES.
Sunbeam Evaporated Pitted Cherries, per pkg 35c j
-id. cans jyionaren .fitted Unernes, for 35c
Pull quart can pure imported Olive Oil, for $1.00
35c bottle Eoyal Salad Dressing (the best) for 30c
3 pkgs. American Oatmeal, for 25c
6 pkgs. Quaker or Scotch Oatmeal, for 55c
12 lb. 'sack Ealston Whole Wheat Plour, for 60c
24. lb. sackSilver Coin
24 lb. sack American Lady
or Cream of
48 lb. sack Globe
3 pkgs. Macaroni or
4 2-lb. cans Baltimore
Tomatoes, for ,
3 2-lb. cans BaSquefe
3 2-lb. cans Okra and to
matoes (special) for ...-..,
2 3-lb. cans Peaches, pears,
or A.prieots7 for
3 3-lb. cans extra standard Pears,
Apricots or Peaches,
3 pkgs. Ralston Hominy
Grits, extet special, for
2 pkgs. Self Haasing Buck
srheat Flour, for
3 lbs. Fresh Brown Sugar ng
Full pint jar Pure Strained
3 cans Pioneer Milk
Crystal Xtomino Sugar, per
PREPARING FOR COMIXG
OF THE TEXAS BAXKElti
"Buy (?) laws" of the White Way
Southern Society, the hurrah organiza
tion of the Texas Bankers association
have been received here and the local
members of the society, -who became
members at $10 per number, are study
ing up vn V.t :ul.is -,nd regulations of
the organization for the annual mooting
of the Bankers' assoc-atiou, to be held)
hero May 10, 11 and 12. jj
The program for the entertainmentiofe
the visiting bankers of the state is nov?
being arranged, and there will be some
thing doing each minute of the'three
days that the money changers are in
NI 20tk Uflp"
10 lb. tins XXXXSX
Bar Sugar, for .
Genuine Mexican Peoberry
Coffee, per R . M
The famous Blue Ribbon
Coffee, per lb OOC
1 lb. "Special Blend ? the famous Ice Tea, for 75c
1 lb. ' ;ISText Best Blend," Ice Tea, for .60c
1 lb. "Regular Blend" Ice Tea, for 50c
Phone us early, 'it helps us to get there on time.
Try our wholesale shipping department. We -will save you money. '
Standard Grocery Co.
THE CASH STORE.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
BELL PHONES 367 AND 348.
208-210-212 St. Louis St.
One ana one-half blocks east of postoffice.
P lie ft Trunli EaiiiuTru?s' Ba& Md suit c
i n3u ilium i QijUJij
made, repaired and exchanged.
Opposite MstoffieA. nmm
Plaza. TeL 1054: Auto 198s.
ANGELUS Sgggg WORKS BLOCK 8H0S., Prs
Phone TuV6 Crawford Thtattr Bldg,. Opo. piaza
That last year's spring suit can be made to look like new. Prices reaamT.w.
Gloves cleaned second to none. Satisfaction guaranteed. rrices reasonable.
BIG LINE TO SELECT FROM.
MAH ORDERS WANTED
Anything You Want in the Drug Line.
Tabor's Metal Weather Strips,
Sor'li" Moimill a Co., Bn. Ajls.
Pncne Bell 43. Chamber of Commerce Bia.
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