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12 News Of the Great Southwest
News Of the Great Southwest
April 28, 1910.
Raisin Day April 30th
A few of the many ways in which Raisins can be
prepared and served as a part of the daily menu.
A delicious, nourishing food. Cheaper and more
healthful than meirts or any of the prepared foods.
Blue Ribbon Seeded Raisins, 1 lb., package 121-2c
Layer Stem Raisins fancy, per lb- 20c
Layer Stem Raisins, extra fancy, per lb. ..." 25c
Extra Fine Cluster Raisins, in 1-2 lb. boxes 12 1-2c
Extra Fine Cluster Raisins, in 1 lb. boxes 25c
Imported Sultana Raisins, 1 lb. package 25c
California Sultana "Raisins, loose, 3 lbs. for . 25c
Telej)hone and" Power Coni
3any Want Permits.
Wolves Doing Dam
age jSTews Xotes.
EXTRA FINE RAISIN BREAD,
Baked expressly for us, loaf ...
RAISINS WITH KUTS
Scientific analysis shows that raisins eaten wibh nuts constitute a
perfect health food, supplying every element 'that is required for nour
ishing the system enriching the blooj and invigorating the digestive
HOME MADE RAISIN BREAD One pint water, 1 pint sweet milk,
2 ounces suger, 1 ounce salt, 2 ounces lard, 11-2 ounces yeast, 2 lb3.
seeded raisins, 4 lbs. flour. Have milk and water warm. Dissolve
yeast in water, mix dough thoroughly. Let dough rise well, then punch
down and let rise again. Place in moulds and bake in hot oven.
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At the meeting? of the city council,
aldermen John Young, W. S. Dunbar
and John A. Weyer were appointed to
confer and advise as to granting fran
chises to the Alpine Independent Tele
phone company and the Alpine Power j
company. The official bond of R. D. j
Shields, as marshal, was approved, and j
an ordinance was passed regulating;
the speed of automobiles, and also an
ordinance as to fines for drunkenness
and fighting;. The proposed curfew or
dinance was killed. The ordinance rel
ative to taxationwas read the second
A lobo wolf is reported in thp vicin
ity of Marathon and John Harmon, a
trapper, has been asked to capture it.
At the Francis Hall ranch, 10 miles
north of Alpine, the wolves have killed
I. A. Dew-ess, who has been suffering
with erysipelas, is Improving.
Mrs. Harmon, mother of Sam and
John Harmon, is ill.
R. Li. Nevill, wjio is in from his ranch
30 miles south of Alpine, states that his
country is getting dry, as the rain for
the past two years has been only
enough to keep the grass green andJUls
J. D. Crawford, J. D. Jackson, R. B.
Slight and judge H. H. Moore of Alpine,
attended the I. O. O. F. celebration at
Fort Davis. They made the trip n the
Jackson and Harmon auto.
C. E. Summer and wife are in Moun
talnview, Oklahoma, attending to busi
ness and visiting Mr. Summer's son, J.
H. Summer, who moved from here last
The great success of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis
covery in curing weak stomachs, wasted bodies, weak
lungs, and obstinate and lingering coughs, is based on
the recognition of the fundamental truth that "Golden
Medical Discovery" supplies Nature with body-building,
tissue-repairing, muscle-making materials, in con
densed and concentrated form. With this help Nature
supplies the necessary strength to the stomach to digest
food, build up the body and thereby throw off lingering
obstinate coughs. The "Discovery" re-establishes the
digestive and nutritive organs in sound health, purifies
nd enriches the blood, and nourishes the nerves in
short establishes sound vigorous health.
If your dealer offers something "just as good,'
It Is probably better FOR HIM it pays better.
Bat you are thinking of the cure not the profit, so
there's nothing "Just ss good" for you. Say so.
Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser, In Plain English; or, Med
icine Simplified, 100S pages, over 700 illustrations, newly revised up-to-date
Edition, paper-bound, sent for 21 one-cent stamps, to cover cost of mailing
only. Cloth-bound, 31 stamps. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
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Removal sale Snyoer Jewelry Co.
GUEST MAR KET
Despondent Miner Kills Self
Iruit Vender Hnrt in a
APPEAR IN COURT
Forest Fires Eage in Moun
tains. Destroying Grass.
Xogales, Ariz., April 28. Nogales and
Santa Cruz county people summoned to
appear in the United States court at
Tombstone are R. I. Rogers, H. E. Stev
ens, Chas. Hood, John Ftt-nlds 'Jay
Lowe. Ramon Vasquez, S. F. Noon, Al
Busch, Joe Dupmy, John Wilson, "Wm.
Murphy, Chas. Fowler and Tom San-
Extensive Real Estate Sales Sff' Tyere s? at he time
, in a miggy an front oi the residence of
Reported The MaVOr An- I i-51 A- J- Welter, -who perfonmed the
r . " ceremony. 301Ier has bought the rail-
nOtrnceS ATronrntTTieTyhs nf road restaurant.
-. i i -"""o i ui iusiers oi reai estate
OniCialS. here, are the foUowansr.- W. P. Ohisiim
j to J. Li. JLabie, 3-4 of an acre, adjoining , ford.
Rnll X- Af A-nril 95 TTOt, 9 ' $T - n Vae ioT VU00; J. A.; Fierce fires have been raging in the
Kossrell, .N. L, April 28. Wifinn 24 Browning io the Felix Cattle company, ' mountain districts in Sonora. near No
hours after the Xew Mexico Eastern 440 acres about 40 miles southwest of gales, for several days. They have mada
railway paid ?7500 to Frank R. Eler, Boswell,. on the Felix river, for $2500; tne atmosphere more heated and much
the vountr fireman whose Ies were cut J)!hnson o G. L Warner, 220 acres, timber and grass have been destroyed.
Then fac .fell from his train he and Miss &J?& I STb" Schwab and daughter. Miss
Lillian KnighU daughter of Mr. and f 4 7," K ! former residents of Xogales, but
Mrs. J. M. McKnigM, ot Boswell, were for S29.500. 160 aSs de to S?S?: now of Los An&eles are visiting here.
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j ciu; -j. wwio o. u. imier, 4uu acres, , ktr'TO'cpapvp at vattpittj-
&jf 29th iffi
about 20 miles southeast of Roswell, on
j the Pecos river, fcr $7720.
J. l nce, D. II. Hewkey, C. V. Mer
cliant, Won. 0"Xeill, W. J. Barber, W.
U. Donnelley, and J. M. Dye. of Carlsbad,
are in Roswell attending court.
The Clovis baseball team arrived to
play three games with Roswell on Wed
nesday, Thursdav and Friday.
Mayor G. T. Veal lias made nublic Ms
intention to appoint X. M Daw, a voung four room dwelling
r! 7T w1 f e a f T,6' C- Schober is making concrete blocks
hi Sfi attorne; .e aH-1at ' to uiId ttares on lots in Pardue
he Avill reappoint fire chief Charles . j:..-
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SOLD TO A TEXAN
Fire Burns Two Mexican Houses.
Vaughn Peonle File on Oil Land
Vaughn, X. M.. April 28 Wester &
Wester sold .their interest in the Vaughn
Xews to J. E. Fields, of Buchanan.
C. C. Marshall, of Kansas City, has
let a contract to K. n. Monroe for a
Bisbee, Ariz., April 28. A fire which
threatened to wipe out the whole busi
ness section of Brewery avenue started
in the rear of Tovrea's meat market.
The loss is large, the roof of the mar
ket and the machinery of the refriger
ating' plant being damaged beyond re
pair. Over $300 worth of meat was
burned. In trying to shut off the ma
chinery of the refrigerating plant,
Frank Carleton's hand was caught in a
wheel cog and one of his fingers was
so badly crushed that it had to be amp
utated. Stephen Gregovich. a native of Dal
matia, committed suicide by shooting
himself through the heart. Gregovich
was 25 years of age and leaves a widow
in his ctunry. The cause of the sui
cide is attributed to failure to find
steady emploj-ment on account of ill
health, over which he had become des
pondent. TVhile driving down Slug dump hill,
a fruit peddler was thrown from his
wagon in a runaway and severely in
jured. He was taken to the Copper
Queen hospital where It was found that
he sustained Innumerable bruises and
cuts and that one of his legs was frac
tured. Taken with a sudden hemorrhage
W. J. Hamilton fell to the floor of his
home and died before his wife and
neighbors reached him. The hemor
rhage was due to tuberculosis from
which the deceased had suffered for
several years. Hamilton was employed
as night watchman by the Calumet 6
Arizona Mining company and had held '
that position for about 12 years. He
leaves a widow here and relatives in
Chicago and os Angeles.
A new company under the name of
f the South-western Ice company Is being
organized here by J. McGinn and P.
Neal to supply ice here.
two -weeks with. Mrs. Falls's mother, Mrs.
J. D. Swope.
Johnnie Jergins has gone on a jisit
to 'his mother's people in Clayton, X. M.
Jesse Wite, of James canyon, has
moved his familj- to Elk and is build
ing a blacksmith, shop there.
Claud Bennit, of Sixteen Spring can
yon, is spending a week on the Penasco.
J. X. Browning, sr., formerly of Felix,
as bought tjhe Stalling ranch at Elk,
Removal sale Snyaer Jewelry Co.
J.Calxsb erDtOoods Co. QasitA
LUMBER AND CATTLE
HIS May 2nd
and all the other members of the paid
i fire department. J. B. Pinson will be I
15 Cents a Pound
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C- S. PICKRELL, Mgr.
206 N. Oregon St. Phone 347
Removal sale Snyaer Jewelry Co.
J. H. Coons, manager for the Mutual
Life Insurance company in Arizona,
is in the city visiting friends. Mr.
Coons says Arizona is prosperous, al
though many of the copper camps
would be doing better if the price of
the metal was a bit higher. He has
been to Clifton and Morenci and fiud
much activity there.
Cotter & Pettingale. wholesale liquor
dealers, have moved into their new quar
ters in the concrete building just fin
ished on Cedar street. They have added
cold storage to their business and will
supply the town with ice this summer.
Miss Samav Ezzell and Miss S A.
Wynne, J. IC Williams, J. . Pardue,
Dr. Smith and W. E. Xewbv made filings
Monday in tie new oil regions south of
H. R. Herndon, manager of the Vauchn
Townsite company, is home after spend
ing several weeks in Dalhart.
Houses of Raman Allaia and Rafael
Marenn in the Mexican reservation wpr
1 burned yesterday.
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The Great DANDERINE Never
Fails to Produce the
IT enlivens and invigorates the hair
.glands and tissues of the scalp,
resulting in a continuous and
increasing growth of the hair.
IN INJURED B?
WIFE MATED IN
Monterey Firms Transact
Business Mexicans Hold
Monterey, N. Ztf., April 27. The Mc
Rae Lumber company has received a
large shipment of lumber from the
Montana saw mills.
John Astic, of Alamogordo, is here.
The Mexicans held a fiesta at the
Iran Cochran is III, and his mother Is
expected from Las Vegas.
Dan Gugins has returned to the San
Andreas mountains after a visit -with
The Mexican people dedicated the
new Sanches hall with a dance.
J. C. McGlarthery, former night tele
graph operator here, has gone to Mo
bile, Ala., to attend the U. C. V. re
union. The Lumbley Cattle companj' have
finished rounding up their steers and
expect to ship them this week.
Albun Guerro has gone to the Grey
ranch with a bunch of stock cattle.
"W. TV. Lumbley has gone to the
Chosas after a bunch of horses.
Sale Begins Monday
See Windows Saturday Night
Watch For Further Details
In Daily Papers
Preparations for our Anniversary
Sale will in no way interfere with
the splendid End-of-the-Week Bar
gains. Tomorrow is Remnant Day,
so take advantage of the usual
Sanitary conditions perfect at the El
"Woman Believed Mentallv
Unbalanced" W.ell Drill-"
ing at Sierra Blanca.
Letters of praise are continually
coming la from nearly all parta of
the country stating that Dandcrlne
has renewed the growth of hair In
cases that were considered abso
A lady from Brooklyn "writes:
"After a short trial my hair stopped
falling, and InowhaTe a lovely head
of hair. ery heavy and over one and
a quarter yards long."
Sierra Blanca, Texas, April 28.
Work on the new well on the north
side of town is progressing and indi
cations for water are good.
T. V. McKinney has been taken 'to
El- Paso to have his wounds dressed.
It is alleged he was shot In the left
arm by his wife who is stated to be
suffering from momentary insanity.
Dr. C. A. McBeth and family have
gone to their ranch home 35 miles
north of here, after visiting here.
Pat Dolan and J. J. Hitson are here
from their ranches.
A. J. Hipp has returned from as
Cruces, X. M.
Miss Ethol Gan is visiting friends at
W" T Tnrnpr is suffering from a
painful wound in his hand, received I M" da' a the cexnanea.
accidentally while cleaninfg a lamp
Bob Duncan has opened an Ice cream
F. Z. Martin has returned from a sev
eral days visit In Dallas.
G. AV. Love has shipped his fine Jer
sey cow to W. G. Moore at Marfa.
S. G. Goul has purchased a team of
horses and new harness.
C. M. Bear has returned from El Paso
with hi wife and (ittle daughter.
J. B. Cavinder was here recently to
get a load of well casing.
Mrs. Lester C. Smith, of Valentin0,
has been visiting with Mrs.V. E. Cam-mack.
PUTTING TIP TENTS FOR
SICK PEOPLE AT ALPINE
Alpine, Te., April 2S. J. W- Kixon
is erecting a number of wall tents in
the west "part of town, which will be
occupied by persons corninp to Alpine
for the benefits of their 'health. He in
tends to run an auto from town to his
p?ace for the accommodation of his
Miss Xellie Baines, of San !Marcos, is
visitiirg her brother, George, and 'h
Judge E. F. Hlggjns has returned froan
a trip to San Antonio.
J. A. Gillett, of Marfa, was & visiior
in Alpine recently.
"W. T. Henderson iwas in town from
hi ranch this week.
Judge VT. Van Sickle and 0. TV.
Billincrslev visited Marathon recently.
0. E. Hannum was in Alpine from" his
ranch for a short time this week.
OF CITY COTTAGES
planning to tear down the present struc
ture and build a modern mission house
on the lots.
Several Have Been Disposed
of Lately, Some for a
M. Hazan, of Chibuanua, has pur
chased a brick cottage in the 600 block
on west Missouri street from the Great
Texas Realty company as. an invest
ment. He owns the house adjoining
and will rent both of the houses, which
are of brick construction.
The Great Texas company is build
ing a five room cottage on Hutton
street near the corner of Rampart street.
The Lone Star Land company has
sold A. M. Robinson, of Ardoin's mar
ket, a brick residence on California
street in the 500 block for $6300. This
Is one of the most attractive residences
on California street and will be occu
pied by Mr. Robinson as a home.
The same company has also sold a
four room cottage on Rio Grande to
E. A. Moss for $3100. The house occu
pies two lots and later Mr. Moss is
ADVERTISING LECTURES OF
Y. M. C. A. TO BE FREH
A series of free talks on practical ad
vertising will begin at the T. M. C A.
Thursday night. Four foremost- news
paper and commercial advertising men
will talk on a variety of subjects each
Thtrrsday night for a month.
It has been decided by the associa
tion management to keep open house
during the lectures for any man in El
Paso who may be interested in the sub
ject. There will be no admission,
charged. J. C. "Wilmarth, of The Herald,
will speak first on "The Value of News
paper Adjtisingj" Xext Thursday
Robert "W. Page of the Times, will dis
cuss advertisement creation.
MISS DTJRLLV TO READ
PAPER BEFORE LIBRARIANS
Miss Maud Durlin. librarian of the
El Paso public library will read a paper
on "Library Hours," before the Texas
Library association at Houston on V Ted
nesday, May 4.
Danderine stimulates the scalp,
makes it healthy and keeps it so.
It is the greatest scalp invigorEtor
known. It is a wholesome medicine
for Loth the hair and scalp. Even
a small bottle of it will put
more genuine life in your
hair than a gallon of any
other hair tonic ever made.
It shows results from the
Now on sale at every drug and
toilet store in the land; 3 sizes
25c, 5GP and $1.00
Ca To Bhow how quickly
I VQ Danderine acta.we
will send a large sample free
by returnmall lo anyone who
sends tnis free coupon to tne
Knowltcn Daaden're Co., Cblcieo,
with their name and address
and 10c In silver or stamps
to pay postage.
Order Ei Paso Dairy milk and you
get the best.
Two Children Die at May
liill in Same Family Per
sonal ISTews sTotes.
Mayhill, X. iL, April 28. J. F. May
hill has just set ont a young orchard on
a rocky hill on his place and has a
windmill pumping water for it.
Corn is being planted and most of
the farmers are busy.
Enoch Bible left for Alamojrordo to
amnge for the shipping of 'his house
hold goods and stock to California.
The two youngest chidren of !Mr. nnd
Mrs. Dxn Winnona died from congestion
of the lungs.
J. M. Dookery is hauling timbers to
build his new house and to put up a
bnth house at -the Sulphur Springs on
Mrs. Wm. Knolls and Mrs. Mable
Falls, of Gary, Ind., are here to spend
SOT,OMOXVIL.L.I3 PEOPLE "WED:
LAFAIiF. READY FOR CUTTING.
Solomonvllle. Ariz., April 2S. iliss
Edna Merrill and Herbert Corness wero
married at the home of Miss Merrill's
mother. A number of friends witness
ed the ceremony.
A picnic i planned for evervono on
Miss Zoe Polley is now the operator
at telephone exchange, succeeedingr
Mrs. Ryan, resigned, who has moved
back to her ranch a mile west of town.
Attorney Geo. H. Crosby, jr.. and .T.
Thatcher have been here attending to
Everybody is busj- haying, as the
first crop of alfalfa is ready for cutting.
SPECIAL SERVICES AT
THE JEWISH TEMPLE
Special services for the last day of
Passover fPesach) will be held at Tem
ple Mt. Sinai Friday evening at S and
Saturdav morning at 10. The temple
chorl consisting cf Miss Sprinz, soprano;
Mrs. Evans, contralto; Mr. Witte, tenor,
Mr. Ravenhill, bass, and Mrs. Greet, or
ganist, will render the traditional
On Fridaj- evening rabbi Zielonka will
speak on "Our School Problem" and on
Saturday mo-ning on "A Song of Vic
tory." A cordial Invitation is extended
to one and all.
A LINIMENT FOR EXTERNAL USE.
No "woman who "bears children need suffer during the period,
of -waiting, nor at the time of baby's coming, if Mother's
Friend is used as a massage for the muscles, tendons and gland3
of the body. Mother'3 Friend is a penetrating, healthful lini
ment -which strengthens the ligaments, lubricates and renders pliant thoso
muscles on "which the strain is greatest, prevents caking of the breasts by keep
ing the ducts open, and relieves nausea, backache, numbness, nervousness, etc.
Its regular use "will prepare every portion of the system for the safety of both
mother and child and greatly reduce the pain and danger -when the little one
comes. Mother's Friend is sold at drug stores. Write for our free book, which
rentna valuable information for expectant mothers.
THE BRADHELD GQm, ATLANTA, GAm
A (ERin of Beauty is a Joy Forovoiy
R. T. Felix Goureud's Oriental
Cream or Magical Boautlfier.
Removes Tnn, Pimples.
Freckles, oth rates.
Bash, sd bVla Diseases,
au every Diemutt
oa beantv. and i!.
Acs detection. It
nas stood the teat
or 42 years, and
is so harmless e
taste It to be sure It
is properly mado.
Accept no counter
feit of similar
name. Dr. L. A.
Sayre said to a
lady of the haat
ton (a patient):
"As you lsdies
will use them,
'Gournud'H Crenm as the Ieat harmful of all the
skin preparations." For sale by all drugsMs and Fancy
Goods Dealsrs In the "United States, Canada and Europe.
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open blade and "Safety, and eliminates all their faults.
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The DURHAM-DUPLEX OUTFIT consists of Razor. Safety Guard.
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