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TTednesday, May 4, 1910.
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A POLICE CGUBT
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rfrSSh Mds Heaailal Qualifies
M0 I the Food I
t Economizes Hoit, 1
HEpPf Batter and Eggs I
wHIri ma&efrom Royal Grape Cream 11
J of Tartar jl
jjf fo Alum No UntQ Phosphates IB
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WRECK DELAYS ALL
home of Mrs. Mary Smith, his host's
sister. Aliss Xorsi TCernev- omnA into
TRAIN'S 21 HOURS I the room- The minute Frank saw her
his face lighted -with joy. He immedi
ately proposed anj was accepted. Miss
Kerney tried on the clothes and they
were all a perfect fit. They -were raar-
Occurring in a Cut, a Track
Gould! Not Be Built
PasturaN. M., May 4. Brakeman Tne Springer store is making some
Tom GustiFand Fireman Z. Evans, who ! mishtyAnott?Ts thls ek in anile-w.m-
injured ji-.-aay jumping from i fJ'lJ'
the colliding freights, me bith im-
proving, and Dr. Rudolph 'docs' not con
SOL03IO:VVTIiL.E PEOPLE GO
CA3IPIXG; HAY BALER PURCHASED.
Solomonville, Ariz., May 4. Mr. and
Mrs. E. T. Ussher, Miss Florence Lacy,
and Drury Lacy have gone to the cliff
dwellings on Bonita creek for a camping
W. D. Himebrugh preached both
siaer irton very seriously injured. Un
less unexpected complications set in,
both, will recover. All trains were de
layed 21 hours. On account of the col
lision occurring In a cut, a track could
not be built around the engines.
Rev. J. L. Freeman is seriously sick
at his home on south 4th strp&t.
"T"tc? T TI "fvf AMn4-i m? . I
friends at the Mott hotel in honor of d evening at the Presby
Mrs. H. B. Jones. who will soon leave J ll"?xf '
for her new home in Tucumcari. -fethodist minister, and his congrega-
tion attended both services.
SECOND WIFE WILL WEAR i - W- Wllson has a new hay baler
FIRST WIFE'S CLOTHING J136 n the be FanCh-
Baltimore, Md., Mav 4. The -Kife of Th" merrj-gorund at Safford is draw
William J. Frank, aged 60, died two i inS a good crowd.
years ago. After the funeral he bun- j Tne dance at Safford was a success
died all of her clothes together and de- I and weU attended.
clared that If he ever took another wife
she would have to be able fo wear the ' Mrs. H. J. Garwood has been vprv
first wife's clothes
Three weeks ago
while visiting the
111 for some days, but Is now consid
A Brain and Muscle Food
.DR, PRICE'S -
Mining Men Prepare to De
velop Property Per
Alpine, Texas May 4. The city coun
cil has passed to the second reading
the following ordinances: Ordinance
constituting the mayor he e'xofficlo
recorder; ordinance creating a corpora
tion court and defining its jurisdiction.
Reports fiom the Big Bend country
state that they have had some fine
rains and that the grass is fine.
M. M. Whistler has completed the
roof of the new scho61 building and
the carpenters can now rush the build
ing to completion.
Theo Swan and wife are here from
Elgin, Illinois, visiting his sister, Mrs.
Eva T. Winder. Mr. Swan was formerly
a resident of Alpine.
The County Sunday school convention
began Tuesday night and will 'close Fri
Adolph 3augherty, the census taker
in this district, says that he is progress
ing nicely. The residents here feel sure
that there will be over 2000 people in
P. A. Grogan and family, who have
been majking this their home for the
past five or six months, are loading a
car and will move to Valentine, where
Mr. Grogan has been awarded several
sections of school land in the Holland
W. T. Anderson, who has been living
in Alpine for the last five or six years,
has been awarded a fine section of
school land about six miles east of
Marathon, and will make that his home
in the future.
T. P. Barry, president of the Texas
Almaden Mining Co., of Big Bend, but
making his home in Dallas, is here. Mr.
Barry and Marlow Weils, also connect
ed with the management of the mine,
made a trip down to the property, com
ing back here Tuesday.
Thos. J. Miller has returned from a
trip to the southern part of the county,
where he has been census taking.
Miss Edna Shields has taken a posi
tion In the dry goods department of
Mitchell-Werth & Co.'-s store here.
R. D. Shields, the city marshal, Is
R. A. "W"erth and H. T. Luthy have re
turned from a' trip to Ft Stockton,
where they have been for several days
oil business connected with the piano
firm of Luthy & Co., of this place.
C. E. Martin is in the city from
Marathon on business.
The horse racers could not wait until
Cinco de Mayo to try their luck and
consequently they had a little race be
tween a pony belonging to W. H. Har
rison and one of the Dr. Locke, of
,Ft. Davis, Tuesday afternoon, In which
the Ft. Davis horse was victorious.
New horses are arriving daily. One
cama in Monday, from Sanderson.
W. H. Lease was in from his ranch in
the 02 pasture Tuesday on business.
Mr. Lease is In the race for county
W. T. Henderson shipped five cars
of fat cattle to the lt. Worth markets
T. A- Dewees is able to be out again,
after a spell of sickness.
Mrs. M. J. Fry arrived In Alpine this
"week from Oklahoma to see her sister,
"GrawiaHarmon," who has been quite
siek. 'r ,
Holmes Has Got to H
unt a New Home
Holmes' Dyeing and Cleaning Works will make the
following reduction in cleaning :
f 1 A -4 MIM - .
1 wo-piece, or summer suits, old price $1.:); new price qL5U
3-piece suits, old price $2.00; new price ...... $L75
Fancy vest, old price 35c; new price . 25c
Trousers, old price 75c; new price .
Suits sponged and pressed, old price $1;
4 suits sponged and pressed, monthly rate
Panama and Other Hats
Cleaned and Blocked
CAN YOU BEAT IT ?
Tk T.U : L'U: ? .,? r. i i .
i iic voiuttuiu ussuc-uuuuing elements in mis iooa mase it an impor
tant Brain and muscle food, (for the vant of such norishment, many
invalids are slowly passing out of life.) It will restore and keep man
kind in good health and vigor; delicious, healthful and life-giving. You
get all the nutritive properties of combined cereals, WHEAT, RICE,
OATS and BARLEY. Ask your Grocer.
Also Remember "No Place Like
Holmes" Dyeing and Cleaning Works
Both Phones. Work Called for and Delivered
throw tt away
it's spoilt. You
don't get the
proper aroma as
you smoke. Unless
you have an exact
proportion of wra-b-
W &k W $er and filler 9 the
tobacco grows rank.
That's why it's so impor
tant to get workmanship;
thai's why you must have
a lo?ig filler if you want a
long smoke. The
Many" BnproYemante" Reiitg
eraL News Eotes. '
Vaughn, N.?W-, May 4. J. M Pardue
has moved. ,h rl estate. ef fleer from
the VaugHa drteg tore fnte his; baild.
ing vacated bSsCtetter"; Pettiss-li.
Mrs. "W. E. Max's, who was 111. died
and her body wasln3errei-lHtthe. cense- j
ICI IIC1C. one icttiwa. jiuom.u "-
two children, a little boy fie y&aw old
an infant. "
D. D. Clark is haing an awning--put
in front of the Vaughn drug store.
J. M. Pardue is remodeling his store
on Cedar street and has leased it to
TV. C. Barber, who will put in stock of
Mrs. H. II. Henderson and children
have returned from a six weeks visit
in Houston, Texas.
Edgar A. Booth, car inspector for the
Santa Fe. has moved his family here
from Tolar, "N. M.
O. H. Marti has bought William Car
ruthers's butcher shop, and Ray "War
ner will manage It.
Chcs. Whiteman has leased the build
ing occupied by Luke Hunter and will
open a bakery.
F. C. Wetmore has added groceries to
his notion stock.
J. P. Page is putting up a building
which will be usedl as a meat market.
T. S. "Weaver has sold the fixtures
in the restaurant on corner to A, C.
H. E. Pendleton, road engineer for the
Santa Fe, has been here.
The contrapt has been let to H. M.
Lee for construction of building in
which a drug store will be opened.
A. O. Norris, of Laiban, N. M., has
moved here and Is building a residence.
LV SALE OF
L HC X HC lilciiA lt;iuilitu tlic iA vrA.w,
the bullet going over Mr. Barrett's
head and hitting the door facing.
Ex-governor George Curry is filing
his reports to -the territory engineer,
Vernon L- Ludivan at Santa Fe, con
cerning the Penconatc? ram which is
'said will irrigate 50,00ff acres of 'land.
-Mr.jPwepot. the nw manager of the
"TrV-State Telephone company." suc-
cessor"i"to' the Alamo Telephone com
pany? Is here looking after business.
' Alvlti Llnam and sister, Estelle Linam
are" here frcra Alto visiting friends.
L W. Lertfz is dowT"f rorn the Bent
mlneon account of the sickness of his
UAOUMr UltJKAUJtt 1HTO j-S
Druggists Are Arrested on
Judge Eylar's Talk.
Mrs. Isora Walker, who conducts the
Owl drug store on Broadway, just south
of Overland street, and George -Miller,
were arrested Tuesday, charged with
unlawfully selling cocaine. Both were
released on bonds of 300 each.
Complaint In one case against both
parties was filed by polfce sergeant
I. X. Davis on Information and belief,
The Melvin MeatCo.ft tb get" sorae"oltne second wasigned by con-
that fine corn fed beef
y l" 3J;
OF HIS THEATER
JUDGE IS ILL; ITO
COURT AT CARRIZOZO
is well-made it is well-blended, it
burns evenly and it tastes riff hi right to the
end. The leaf is mild and fra vm n t tn ot'a
becauseithasbeenoroaj matured. Tne azinz removes
the harshness. You can smoke twenty a day and your nerves
won t know it In every case in town and aHead in every case.
The Clubhouse is banded the Perfecto is not
NILES & MOSERIcIGAR CO., Distributors
Telephone Main 3500 Denver, CoL
ANGELUS gg WORKS
Other Officers of the Court
and Many Attorneys
Caarrizozo, N. M., My 4. District
court was to have convened here yes
terday but on account of judge Cooley
being ill at his home in Alamogordo and
unable to be here, norcourt has yet
The hotels and rooming houses are
full of people from all over the terri
tory who are here to attend court.
Aonong those present are ex-governor
Geo. Curry, of Tularosa; attorney Wm.
H. H. Llewellyn, of Las Cruces; clerk of
the court C. P. Downs, Alamogordo; at
torneys J. T. Hewett, "White aks; J. C.
"Wharton, El Paso; C. M. Barber, Lin
coln; Col. Pritchard, Santa Fe, and
It'was expected that some other judge
would be here to hold court but so far
none has been able to come and it is
quite likely .that there will be no court
at this time but a special session will
be called later.
Fire Chief Armstrong Makes
Charge Against Happy
Howard Fogg, manager of the Happy
Hour theater, was arrested Tuesday
night on a warrant charging him with
violating the building ordinance The
complaint was made by AV. W. Arm- '
strong, chief of the fire department it
being alleged that on Monday night
Fogg permitted persons in the audience '
to stand In the aisles both on the or- j
chestra and balcony floors In violation j
of the ordinance prohibiting this. I
A year ago notice was served on all
theater managers in the city to the I
effect that they must not permit per- ,
sons to stand In the aisles, and there
have been but few arrests since that i
TK! arrests fffitwraafthe, publica
gfleaof air JirticleSBESglyc wliich
attention to theeSiiMtloH f eoBle In
jSSlPaso using opiJrtes. v " J?
"OLD BLACK MA3I3IY" TO
GET XATIOXAL MONUMENT
Galveston, Tex., May 4. "The organi
zation of Texas citizens having charge
of the movement to erect a monument
to the "Old Black Mammy ofthe South"
has decided to make it a national trib
ute. It was practically decided to raise
the fund by public subscription and to
erect the monument, of marble, in
"Washington. Ir was originally planned
to erect it in Galveston, oitb funds sub
scribed by citizens of Texas
j It is intended to raise about $1,000,-
000, and perhaps limit individual sub
scriptions to $1, although offers have
'been made to contribute $500 to $1000
for such a fund.
T. J. Groce, president of the Galves
ton National banki is chairman of the
10-inch 60 cents
10-inch 75 cents
" Cjiemberlain's Cough Redy &s44i!
J on a guarantee that If you1 are jiefr sat-
j ifcfied after using two-thirds afa. bottW,
according to directions, your monajrwiU Ijf
be refunded. It is up to you to try. (
Sold by all Dealers.
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IN DARK BY MAN
BLOCK 3HQS., Proas,
Bell 1010. n j ti i nu m
Auto iar.n urctwiuru iieaier qiqp:.. udd. s aia
That last year's spring suit can be made to look like new. Prices reasonable.
Gloves cleaned second to none. SatIsfa "tion guaranteed
Tularosa Has Some Excite
ment Over Exchange of
. Shots Following.
Tularosa, N. M., May 4. Monday
night at 8:30 Mrs. Johnie Barrett
stepped out of the back door to place a
tub under a leak to catch ram watei
when a man attempted to grab her. She
screamed and fell in the door. Mr. Bar-
Will Please the Most Exacting
Man, Woman or Child.
Nadincla Talcum Powder is com
posed entirely of sanative ingredients,
fine and soft as velvet. "When used
it sets free Just enough oxygen to
keep the skin white and soft, and
in a smooth, healthy condition. Pre
vents sunbum, allays irritation. It's
for men and women requiring the best.
25c. byjeading druggists or mail
and your money back if not pleased.
National Toilet Company,
3 pkgs. Corn Flakes O F
3 cans Pioneer Milk c g
for - falL,
4 cans Baltimore To- O P?
nia&oes lor omiJ
Evaporated Cherries, 5 ff
per pkg wyC
3 pkgs. Macaroni OC
IMnt jars pire Strain- ftg
ed Honey for OC
Blue Ribbon Coffee, ' nf
per lh OOC
The Owh gtore
Bell Pkones 367 a 348
Auto Phone 1901
Purple Labels J .
i 10-inch75 cents
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nd be sure to hear the Victrola
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