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ews Of the Great Southwest
EL PASO HERALD
News Of the Great Southwest '3
Clothes that are as certain to wear as if you
were an experienced weaver and manufacturer
and had yourself superintended the milling of
the fabrics and the making
Clothes that cannot but impress young men
Do vou know where to locate them?
We'll tell you
But first do vou know that every yard of cloth
used in the product of Globe Tailoring Co. is
machine and hand tested that sturdiness vies
with pattern and steadfast colors?
Do you know that you cannot purchase gar
ments as strong and as good and as smartly
stvled as these from any other manufacturer at
prices the same as ours? Don't you want to see
the sort of men's suits that we sell at from $18.00
SCOTT & THORNTON
215 San Antonio Street.
ENGINEERS,'' DRAUGHTSMEN'S mm
INSTRUMENTS AND SUPPLIES WfiVE
Fred J. Feldman Co,Jj
308 San Antonio St. 9hH.
SOUTHWESTERN" SALES AGENTS KEUFFEL & ESSER CO, OF N. Y.
ciTurp mmim to
Bisbee Man Sas Furniture
Stolen While He Is Away.
Woman Thinks She Hears
Spooks in House.
Bisfcee, Ariz,, May 3. Alleging- that
her husband Intended deserting her,
HJrs. Maria Cotana, -a Mexican Troman,
and her five daughters, held the man in
the South-western railway station -waiting
room until alter the train departed
for El Paso. T
Airtonine Hogier, a Frenchman who
has returned from Tombstone, discov
ered that during his absence all the
furniture in his house had been stolen.
The thieves have not been located.
Believing she heard the voices of
spirits in an adjoining room, Margaret
Xutaska, an 11 year ol. girl, became
hysterical and swooned. She is in a
TThile entertaining a party of friends
at their home Mr. and Mrs. Perting
became violently ilL They had eaten
mushrooms a few hours before. They
Mystery still surrounds the death of
J. "W. Reel, which occurred at ja Broad
way rooming house. Brown, j the man
in whose room Beel died, has 'been re
leased from custody. The dead man
was a miner at the Holbrook shaft. His
wife and children live in Tombstone
Joe "Walker, charged with horse theft,
pHE ever increasing popularity
of the Bitters proves its value.
For over 56 years it has given sat
isfaction in cases of Stomach and
Bowel troubles, Try a bottle of
From El Paso
Ordinarily, people iold sales to
stay in EI Paso. "With me it is
different- On June 1st I am going
out of business in El Paso.
DURING THE ENTIRE MONTH
OF MAY I WILL OFFER MY
STOCK OF CLOTHING,
FURNISHING GOODS, HATS,
SHOES. TRUNKS AND VA
LISES AT COST AND LESS.
Xnvis the time to secure the
best bargains of iihe season. Come
and see for yourself.
404 San Antonio Street
0 OITO HI
has been arrested in Bakersville, Cali
fornia, according to a statement from
sheriff White. Walker will be brought
here after the extradition papers are
The monthly report of the charity
committee of the board of trade shows
that 75 articles of clothing and $104
was distributed to the poor during
April. Aside from that, employment was
found for several men and women.
Officials of the El Paso & bouth
western and of the Rock Island -mart
have teen here, jtakmg up the proposed
rate reduction with local shippers and
A car load of plate glass, the larg
est shipment ever brought here, has
been received by a local hardware com
pany. .Tames B. Gillespie, manager of the
wholesale grocery store of the Copper
Queen, has resigned his position and
will leave for California, where he will
make his home.
According to Dr. Vega, 3000 head of
cattle have been shipped to Arizona
during the past week, while a more im
portant shipment is on its way to this
country from the state of Sonora.
Lewis J. Tucker, a young miner, has
gone to New York, where he will be
married to Miss Ruth Vernon. Thev
will make their home in Bisbee.
TURNPIKE TO ALTAR
Proposed Republic Connect
ing Road Would Cost
$2000 Forest Kres
Xogales, Ariz., May 3. PJans are be
ing: made to construct a wagon road
from Nograles to Altar, Mex. The dis
tance is 85 miles and it can be covered
in five hours by an automobile, where
as it now takes 10 hours from Santa
Ana by stage. About $2000 gold will
build the road.
Rev. J. H. Heald, of Albuquerque, N.
M., is in. Nogales. He was formerly pas
tor of the Congregational church.
Forest rangers "have neen fighting the
fires in the mountains in this section,
which have been raging for several
J. H. Reagan, an engineer in the S.
P. service, was in Xogales.
Assistant superintendent J. 'E. Mc
Grew of the S. P., Sonora division, has
resigned, and C. E. Cate has succeeded
T. J. "Wylle has returned from Tomb
stone, where he attended United States
Dr. W. F. Chenoworth has returned
from the City of' Mexico.
George Mclntyre has gone to Los An
geles, where he will enter a business
3iissed the rooseveits
"Most Representative Citizen" Is Xot
Counted in tho Census up at
Oyster Bay, X. Y., May 3. Theodore
Roosevelt, although "our most repre
sentative citizen," in president Taffa
j opinion, may not be enumerated in the
census of 1910, despite the .zeal and In
telligence of the enumerators. This re
sult is likely from the fact that the
Roosevelt home is here, the legal resi
dence of the colonel is closed and every
member of the family is away. There
are not even any servants in the house
and the neighbors cannot answer the
questions of the enumerator, as sbme of
them concern family history. There is
also universal doubt here as to what Is
the colonel's present trade or profes
sion. By coincidence another Theodore
Roosevelt was enumerated during the
canvass in thia vicinity. He was a
tramp, whose place of residence is giv
en as "homeless."
LORDSBlTRG MAX XAMED
AS XEW MEXICO RAXGER
Santa Fe, X. M., May 3. Governor
Mills appointed P. A. Andrews, of
Lordsburg-, Grant county, a special'
Delightful to use.
lis antiseptic clean
every crevice, j"
cieansiner and ttv-tSt7
teeth, prevent- lwi
ing tartar, giv- flljJUiJffna1
ing a whole- P
some, rragrant usas-jw.
T. 21. Gmuiey Improving.
Teachers to Leave Mayor
Eobertson Visits Cit.
Ysleta, Tex., May 3. School was
closed Tuesday morning, the trustees at
a meeting Monday night deciding to
take that step owing to the smallpox
scare, and also on account of the fact
that School would have clobed in three
weeks. The only case of smallpox re
ported is that of custon inspector T. M.
Gourley, and Br. Hugh White, county
health officer, states that there is no
need for alarm as the case has been
quarantined. Mr. Gouriey continues to
The school teachers are preparing to
leave, Miss McGill going: to her claim
in New Mexico; Miss Hughes to Boul
der, Colo., to attend the summer Chau
tauqua, and Miss Coleman, after a visit
in Del Rio and Waco, will go to her
home at Mabank, Texas.
Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Whitney of El
Paso have taken the 'Harris residence j
for the summer. Mr. Whitney will have
charge of the Shepard fruit farm.
Mayor and Mrs. W. F. Robertson and
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Sooth, of EI Paso,
came down to Valley Inn Monday even
ing for an enchilada supper.
Eanges Reported Dry ; Work
Progressing on Brick
Alpine, Texas- Mas 3. W. T. Hender
son has shipped 150 hsad of steers to
a commission firm in Kansas City. They
are the last of the large bunch of cat
tle which he has fed all winter.
H. B. English, who is here from his
ranch 35 miles northeast, states that
little rain has fallen, but that stock
in general Is in much better shape than
The brick work on the school building
has been finished and the carpenters
h3ve begun work.
E. O. Lochausen. is here from Mara
thon. Mr. and Mrs. Punngton and child j
been visiting the family of J. L. Craw
ford. . J
Race horses are arriving daily to en- i
ter the races on Cinco de Mayo.
Rev. H. B. Carver filled his regu- j
lar appointment at the Episcopal j
Friends of little Hattie Mav, the !
daughter of the Rerald contestant here,
are glad to hear she is Improving.
Ira H. Hector, who is here from Ft.
Stockton, has been hauling guayule to j
A Clean Man
SCHOOL CLOSES AT
YSLETA Oil TO
Outside cleanliness is less than half the battle. A man may
scrub himself a dozen times a day, and still be unclean. Good
health means cleanliness not only outside, but inside. It means
a clean stomach, clean bowels, clean blood, a clean liver, and
new, clean, healthy tissues. The man who is clean in this way
will look it end act it. He will work with energy and think
clean, clear, healthy thoughts.
He will never be troubled with liver, lung, stomach or blood
disorders. Dyspepsia and indigestion originate in unclean stom
achs. Blood diseases are found where there is unclean blood.
consumption and bronchitis mean'unclean lungs.
. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
prevents these diseases. It makes a man's insides clean
and healthy. It cleans the digestive organs, mokes pure
clean blood, and lcan, healthy flesh.
It restores tone to the nervous system, and cures nervous exhaustion and
prostration. It contains no alcohol or habit-forming drugs.
Constipation is the most unclean uncleanliness. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant PeK
lets cure it. They never gripe. Easy to take as candy.
Headache and Indigestion
are Now Easily Conquered
One or Two Mi-o-na Tablets,
and Presto! Sour
jv Stomach Is Gone.
If you want a perfect stomach; want
to get rid of food fermentation, gas
eructations, heartburn, bloating after
meals and any stomach distress MI-o-na
is the one sure, speedy remedy.
And mind you It is guaranteed with
out any red tape and without v any
strings attached, to cure any case of in
digestion, nausea, biliousness, nervous
ness, no matter how long standing,
or you can have your money back.
If you have any stomach trouble
whatever try Mi-o-na on the above lib
eral basis. You can put your stomach
In tip top shape in a few days so that
you can eat what your appetite dictates
without fear of heaviness or fermen
tation. Just get a fifty cent box of Mi-o-na
stomach tablets today. They are small
and easily swallowed, and if taken
Operator at Santa Eosa Is
Said to Be to Blame for
Pastura, X. M., May 3. A head-on
collision bethveen two freight trains,
extra 210, west, and extra 214, east,
occurred at 12:30 p. in. Monday, a mile
east of Santa Rosa, in what is known
as "the big cut.w Eastbound extra 214
Tas in charge of conductor D. E. Hale
and engineer Rousch. and 'westbound
extra in charge of S. J. Averill and en
gineer J. D. Richardbon.
The westbound train had 45 empty
stock cars, and the eastbound extra
I was a scheduled stock train with 26
cars of cattle. The crews on both
trains jumped, and so far as can be
learned all escaped death. Brakexnan
Tom Gustin and fireman D. Evans, of
the cattle train, were the most se
Gustin's spine was injured and he
sustained some bad bruises about tlie
head. Evans had his "ankle sprained
and got a severe jolt in the side.
Ir. J. F-' Rudolph, the Southwestern
company's physician, went to the scne
of the wreck at once and brought the
injured men to.. Santa Rosa and there
took them to the Alamogordo hospital
on Xo. 37 last night. General manager
H. J. Simmons kindly instructed that
I a special train be furnished to convey
the injured employes to the hospital,
but Dr. Rudolph said he did not con
sider their injuries Vere of sueh a se
rious r-ature as to deinand a special
Brakeman L. G. Maitland, on extra
210, west, was also slightly injured,
but went on about his duties and helped
care for his wounded fellorv trainmen.
The twenty-six cars of cattle were
badly shaken up. in fact, the two front
cars of about 65 head were nearly all
killed outright. There were something
like 800 head of cattle on the stock
train. V .
The track was torn up so it
is impossible for trains to pass for
several hours. The cattle were re-r
turned to Santa Rosa, and those that'J
were alive were unloaded and fed and
watered and were forwarded this morn
ing. The responsibility for the wreck is
said to rest upon operator S- E. Pax
ton, who cleared the eastbound stock
extra at Santa Roa with his semaphore
board when he had two orders on the
table for the trains. One of the orders
read that extra 214, east, will get this
order and meet extra 210, west, at Santa
Rosa. Paxton has retired to his room
at the hotel and is crazed with grief
and refuses to be interrleTved. He has
been employed as operator on the
Southwestern for over a year and was a
trusted employe, an apparently bright
young man and well liked by all of
his associates. His home is at Roy,
SELL AT VAN HORN
Car of Horses Shipped to
ClarksTille General and
Personal xsrews --
Van Horn, Tex., May s. A section of
land east of town has been sold by the
state for $15.13 per acre.
L. D. Carruthers has sold his stock of
cattle to D. Taylor and will deliver
them at once.
A. A. Cox has shipped the car of
horses sold to Mr. McCHntock of Clarks
' R. Durrill, Tom Yarbro, VT. T. and
Gadys. Medley have delivered a large
shipment of cattle which they sold to
Geo. Medley, of Clarendon, Tex. Ford
and Clarence Bell, and Roy Mulhem
drove the- cattle here' from Valentine.
R. Q. Leatherman has been here from
Kent on a visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Gadys Medley, of Val
entine, are visiting with" Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. O. L. White and Miss Pearl
Jones of Fay, Tex., attended the recital
by Mrs. Haskell.
Mr. J. Y. Canon has returned from
a visit at Ft. Hancock with Miss
Rev. Mr. Miller filled hs first appoint
menthere Sunday at the Presbyterian
R. Durrill has sold 500 cows at $25
regularly will surely cure any case of
Etephen TVaite of Lansing, Michigan,
knows what Mi-o-na will do. He
"For over three years I suffered much
pain and annoyance from stomach dis
ease. I had no help from my digestive
organs seemingly, and my Vood would
stay in my stomach and ferment, caus
ing gas; there was a dizzy headache,
and the disease got me so I could not
eat potatoes. I doctored and used every
remedy that I heard of, but it remainea
for MI-O-NA to cure me entirely, and
before I had used three boxes, my appe
tite and digestive organs became all
right- There is nothing too strong for
me to say in its favor. It is a wonder
Be wise, what Mi-o-na did for Stephen
Walte it will do for you. Get a 50 cent
box today. Sold by druggists every
where and by Kellv & "Poiinrfl m0ii
ders filled by Booth's Mi-o-na, Buffalo,
V V. Who "Will akn fnrn(e.1,.' J
-"- -' I , ' " ; ii""iwu. uee inai
treatment u. aesireu.
Indicate skin sickness. Sometimes- it's
j a little colony of germs that are feast
ing on your skin. Sometimes it is the
symptom of a much more serious skin
trouble to come. In any event if you
value your looks, comfort or future
health, you should get rid of the trou
ble at once. Don't risk Eczema, Ery-
. sipelas. Ringworm and other serious
skin diseases by letting any indica
tion ot skin sickness run on untreated,
when Littell's Liquid Sulphur Com
pound stops Itching Instantly and per
manently relieves any and all forms of
skin disease, no matter what it may be.
Sample bottle sent postpaid to any ad
dress for 10c. Rliuma-Sulphur Co., St.
Louis. Mo. 3
per head to Mr. Mounts, who sold them
to a local stockman for $26 each.
Mrs. Johnson, of Chihuahua, Mex., is
visiting Misj Ivy Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Yarbro and daugh
ter have been here from their home
H. R. Richburg. of Plateau, reports
stock doing well in that vicinity.
Mrs. Fanny Beal, from Stanton. Tex.,
is visiting- her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
S. S. Cummlngs.
Phil Smith, who was in from the
Snyder ranch, reports rain is needed.
Colorado, Texas, Plans July
4 Celebration Home
Talent Play Given.
Colorado, Tex., May 3. Mrs. P. A.
Hazzard, Mrs. W. L.. Doss, Miss Ella
Dry, Mrs. Brooks Bell and Mrs. A. J.
Payne attended ,the district federation
of clubs at Big Springs.
R. H. Waldo has been visiting with
George Elkins, of Kent county, a for
mer citizen of Colorado, visited rela
Jay T. Smith, of Kansas City, has
gone-to his ranch near Cuthbert, Tex.
The commeclal club is planning a
celebration for the Fourth of July.
T. B. Van Tuyl, of Fort Worth, Tex.,
was the guest of his brpther, Ben S.
The Mitchell county singing conven
tion opened, at the tanernacle.
Mrs. J. W. "Woodward is in Fort
Miss Fannie Miller has returned to
her homo in Seminole, Tex.
W. J. Hatch and family have gone to
Virginia to live.
Home talent presented the play, Val
ley Farm, at the opera house, under the
direction of Miss Reaville. for the bene
fit of the band. '
Judge Earnest has purchased'an auto
mobile. Mrs. T. H. Roe and daughter, Mary,
have returned from an extended visit
SELLS AT GLINT
Carload Brings $14 Per Ton.
Telephone Company Push
ing Construction Work.
Clint Texas..3 3. The first car
5i new alfaliX loaded by E. Lu Wet
zig, was sold to C- M. McKinney &
Co.. and will be shipped to east Texas.
The price paid is $14.00 per ton.
Paul Weurchmidt. of Tsleta, has ac
cepted a position with the McKinney
Construction work has been com
menced on the Clint Telephone com
pany's lines. A car of poies is ex
pecred to arrive this week.
R. H. Davidson, manager of the new
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! 1 EXPANSION SALE j
Wednesday's Big Feature
5000 Yards of Embroidery at Half
Nearly five thousand yards of Xainsook, Swiss and
Batiste Embroidery, Insertion and Bands, excellent
qualities and styles, but a little soiled and mussed
from handling and display. All widths in qualities
worth up to $1.00 a yard,
EXACTLY HALF PRICE
Fine Embroideries, 13 Off
All our finest quality Embroideries in Madiera,
shadow, eyelet and hand embroidered effects, in
matched sets (flouncings with edge and bands) worth
$1.00 a yard, or more, are Reduced One-Third.
b&en's Hand Tailored Suits
Our best two-piece styles of the EL' S. & M. and the
Kuppenheimer makes are priced during the Ex
pansion Sale as follows:
$27.50 and $32.50 styles $23,25
22.50 and 25.00 stvles.
18.00 and 20.00 styles
15.00 and 16.50 styles
12.50 and 15.00 styles.
hotel, has purchased new furniture.
A number of Clint farmers are con
templating purchasing a new thresh
ing outfit to handle the wheat, of
which there is a large acreage this
year. The yield promises to be good.
Mrs. Alex Carr is sick.
ORDER OP 3TCX1CAX
EAGIiE TO BE FORMED
First Decorations To Be Bestowed by
the Government During Coming. Big;
Mexico City, Mex., May 2. If the
Mexican government contemplates the
creation of" an "Order of the Mexican
Eagle" and the bestowing of decora
tions on noted foreigners as a feature
of the centennial celebration this year,
it has not made such an intention pub
lic Federico Gamboa, sub-secretary
and acting secretary of the department
of foreign relations, yesterday declined
either to deny or confirm the report
It has been stated by a person well
Consult your doctor frseltj about medical mat"
lers. He knows. Trust him. Do as he says.
Follow his adcice at all times. i'M.e&l
1 I : "
en the Clock
utes will go like
You'll be hot and
thirsty you'll be hand
Send for Cor Free Booklet
"The Truth About Coca-Cola."
Tells all about Coca-Cola what it is
and why it is so delicious, wholesome
THE COCA-COLA COMPANY
, $11 95
...'.. .' o A tL
informed on what Is going on In hlgrh
diplomatic and official circles, that ir
was very probable the government of;
Mexico would propose to congress to
create a special decoration to be con
ferred upon distinguished foreigners
who have promoted the welfare of this
country or of humanity. v
The informant further stated that the
decoration is to have the name of 'Tb
Order of the Mexican Eagle," and con
sist of five gradesr Grand Cordon;
Knight Commander, by number; Knight
Commander; Official of the Order, and
Gentleman of the Order. The designs
were made in Paris, and brought to
Mexico by the Mexican minister In
Paris, Sebastian. B. de Mier.
According to the account, with the
approval of congress, the decorations
referred to will ba conferred during the
celebration of the centennial, first
upon the foreign diplomats resident In
Mexico, with the exception of the repre
sentatives of those nations who do not
confer honors of this character. " "
All run down, easily tired, thin, pale,
nervous? And do not knov what to
take ? Then go direct to your doctor.
Ask his opinion of Ayeis non-alcoholic
Sarsaparilla. No alcohol, no stimu
lation. A blood purifier, a nerve tonic,
a strong alterative, an aid to digestion.
you 'see an