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Finest of Clothing Ready to Wear
206 Ssn Antonio St. El Paso, Texas
n the Shoi
If you -want the freshest, hest and
finest hutter call for Ardoin's "Sunrty
Side Special." Always fresh and sweet-
The'railk perfect is the El Paso Dairy
Trv one of those big fat fresh mack
erel we have for breakfast. Jackson's,
phone 333. f
The Smith Ice Cream company makes
all flavors of cream and fresh cream
is made daily. It's the best and cheapest
Smith's ice cream is pure and made
tinder the most sanitary conditions.
Costs no more than the ordinary kind.
The babies should have plenty of good
fresh milk these days. You will get the
best by ordering milk from the El Paso
The Smith Ice Cream company packs
cream in email cans for family use
They make deliveries to all parts of
the city. Both phones.
Notice the difference in the length of
.time sweet milk keeps these days. Milk
from .the El Paso" dairy always keeps
The palate, at your house, -which has
to be tempted is sometimes a sore care.
Delicacies that will lure back the con
vale"scent's appetite may be found here.
Jackson's Sanitary Grocery, phone 353.
If you demand cleanliness, purity and
the best sanitary conditions of your
diaryman then order your milk from the
El Paso dairy.
Pine ice cold melons and cantaloupes
can be had now at Ardoin's market.
Telephone orders receive prompt attention.
Good things to eat are so good to
have that it's good to be able to sell
them at prices that are good to con
template, from your point of contem
plation. Jackson's Sanitary Grocery,
The cleanest and best confectionery
in El Paso is at 406 North Oregon. They
make their own ice cream and candy.
"Visit "Wood's handsome confectionery.
The delicious ice cream that you hear
your neighbors praising, so much is
made by the Smith Ice Cream Co.
LAS CRUGES AND .
WEDDING AT LAS CRUCES
Las Cruces, N. M., June 8. Mr. and
Mrs. W. A. Fleming Jones entertained
in honor of their fifth wedding anni
versary or wooden wedding. Several
unique" presents were received. Among
ihose present were Dr. and Mrs. R, E.
"McBride, Mr. and Mrs. James A. French,
Mr. and Mrs. R- EL Sims, Dr. and Mrs.
C- L. Hill and Mr. and Mrs. Frank T.
H.S CRUCES KOTEL ARRIVALS.
Las Cruces, N. M., June 8. The fol
lowing guests are registered at Hotel
Don Barnardo: J. L. Reed, New Tork;
D A. Syme, Chicago; E. P. Smith, Kan
sas City; Mr. and Mrs. N. Sommars,
Engle; Frank E. Cox, El Paso: C. W.
Moore and wife. El Paso; T. B. Thax
r.T, ?nn Antonio: W. P. Thaxton. Mar-
fa: Vm. Palmer, jr., Rincon; Theo. E. , j Qces TOWIL Board Op-
Park hotel: H. G. .Thompson, El
Paso: J. S. Rud, New York.
TIZ-For Sore Feet
Cures Tired, Aching, Swollen, Sweaty
Feet. Callouses, Bunions and Chilblains,
right off. At all druggists, 25c tor a
big box. .
Dr. J. It. Phelps
"The 'wise man rules his stars,
The fool obeys t&em."
See Our Windows
International Book and
Stationery Go. '
EL PASO, TEX.
posed Bonds Proposed
for Water System.
Las Cruces, N. M., June 8. The fran
chise asked in Las Cruces by the Tri
State Telephone company was rejected
at the regular monthly meeting of the
town board at which all members were
present. They are R. L. Young, chair
man. Will Jacoby, P. Morino, Jas. As?
carate and Estavan Lucero.
The matter of providing an adequate
water supply, including fire pressure,
was discussed at considerable length. It
was the concensus of opinion that such
a water supply is aii urgent necessity
and that unless such" a supply can be
secured upon terms within the revenues
of the town, after meeting all other ex
penses and paying for street improve
ment, the matter of issuing bonds for
the construction of municipal water
works should be immediately submitted
koa vote of the taxpayers.
A peition asking that the fence built
reestablishing the north line of the
property of the Catholic church be or
dered removed, was referred to Messrs.
Morino and Jacoby as a committee to
investigate and recommend to the board
such action as they might deem best
for the board to take.
An ordinance for the protection of
the public health, for the abatement of
f nuisances, and for other purposes was
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SHALLOW WELL BROUGHT IX
AT LA TUNA HAY SHIPPED.
! Santa Fe Plans Roadbed Improvements
Land Increases in Value Bell
Phone Replaces Auto
La Tuna, Tex., June 8. Jim Sewell,
the well driller, has just brought in,
at the Nietzschmann . residence at a
depth of 92 feet, another producer of
pure water in unlimiited quantities,
and will now commence drilling for the
Farmers' association at its -new ware
Thirty cars of hay were loaded hero
for Texas points.
The business being done here seems
to be a surprise to the railroad com
pany. It has run out of tickets, t
The main track for a mile at this
point is going to be regraded, raising
it In some places three feet above its
Dr. Morris, of Paris, Texas, is here
aigtS For Midsummer Wear
Offered in the June Sale at Far Less
, Than Their True Worth
7 HE alertness of the "Popular's" buying corps in
- -niplHTKr n-n o-onrl thinffs is forcefully illustrated in the magnificent of-
Diekine- un srood tilings is forcefully illustrated in the magmh
W ffivi-no-s in flip. Waist Section. The waists mentioned here are tne en-
tire surplus stock of a Xew York manufacturer, nearly a thousand, fresh,
clean garments ,that were bought at half the former prices. t0ur special pric
ing gives you an unusual midseason opportunity to buy at practically half.
$5.00 WAISTS FOR $2.69 $3.50 WAISTS FOR $1.69
Beautifully designed Lingerie Waists Perfect in fit dainty in design and of
made of sheer mercerized batiste and fine quality, the waists in this lot
fine Persian lawns, embroidered in p0Ssess he most attractive features,
rich designs and trimmed with the Botl Mgl and Dutch neck, long and
daintiest of laces. The dutch neck x Rm
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pleasing eiiiuiuiuciua cu-lu-icicc cujlculo.
Styles regularly sold to
variety and in all sizes. Regular val
ues up to $5.00;' ' g 2.69
$le50 Waists for 79 cents
A sood assortment of styles is shown in this very special lot of white
.r- j.- x-u .e k Q-nri 1-.A T.m'lnrrnaflp. stvles of correct ma-
TTTQicfe thp -rn-noTr hncrp.Tip
terials, correct in style and trimming effect. Styles
regularly sold up to'$l.oO : -
Tune Sale of White Goods
Reducing the Prices on Fabrics Most
Wanted for Summer Garments
The splendid off erings in this department are worthy
of more than a casual thought. The opportunity to
buy needed white fabrics, at these prices, should not be
lightly passed by.
F Sheer'and firm, with a permanent linen
laXOn finish. An ideal material for waists or
the entire dress. Three special lots are offered m
stripes, checks, small corded plaids and several with
Flaxons, worth regularly to 40c .- 23c
"Flaxons. worth rerrularly to 30c 8c
Flaxons, worth regularly lto 20c
Fine and sheer, linen finish. 45 inches
wide. For waists or dresses. Regu
lar 35c grade; ? 1 T
a yard "
Good quality, yardwide English Long
cloth, a soft finish, for undergar
ments or infant's wear- Twelve-yard
pieces, worth regularly -J EQ
$2.00; a piece p L &&
Special lot of fine striped and check
ed dimity, a sheer quality for waists,
dresses or children's gar- Q-
ments, 12 l-2c a yard 2C
19c A YARD
Special lot of fancy white goods and
plain and dotted swiss, good styles
for -waists and dresses, worth regu
larly to 35c; 1Qr
a vard At?t
June Sale ot
But a trifle more than one-third of
the real worth i3 asked for the em
broideries in these five special lots
that have been arranged for this end
of the week sale.
LINE 1 Cambric embroidered edg
ings, from 1-2 to 7 inches wide. 2seat
designs, -worth up to 12 l-2c &r
a yard C
LINE 2 S-rciss nainsook and batiste
edgings and insertions, finest quali
ties, 1-2 to G inches wide; J f
values up to 35c ATffw
LINE 3 Swiss and cambric flounc
ings, 18 inches wide, embroidered in
unusually handsome designs. A,
Values up to 50c ."C
LINE 4 Baby Irish and fine batiste
edging, insertion, bands and galloons,
2 l-2to 9 inches wide. Extra quali
ties worth up to 75c; ?Q
LINE 6 Swiss and cambric allover
embroideries in designs suitable for
vokes or waists; values up yQ
Baby Irish allover, bands, medallions
and galloons, very handsome de-
signs, in qualities sold Tor 50c and up
wards a yard. REDUCED 25 PER
54-inch White Diagonal, $2.50 quality $1.88
54-inch Hairline Serge, $2.00 values $1.65
54-inch Hairline Serge, $1.50 quality $1.15
48-inch White Serge, $1.50 value $1-15
44-ineh White Serge. $1.25 value 95c
44-inch Sicilian, $1.25 value 89c
44-inch Mohair, $1.00 value 79c
44-inch Mohair, 75c value 59c
Values Offered in This Sale Are
; Far From Common
All this week, until the closing hour Saturday right,
this splendid underpricing of Undermuslins will con
tinue. In this event we have not selected a mere hand
ful of the cheaper qualities, but have put our best, with
out reserve, on sale at prices that are positively with
out precedent. To give a hint of the remarkable range
of prices, we mention:
Night Gowns, from 93C t0'S'ol
Combination garments, from - 76c to $4.98
Chemise, from 59c t0 $2-98
Skirts, from , 59c to $7.48
Drawers, from - 59c to $2.48
Short Skirts, from . 59 c to 89c
Corset Covers, from 59c to $1.59
French Hand Made Lingerie
We include in this special pricing all genuine
French handmade garments gowns, skirts, cor
set covers, combinations, drawers and chemise. The
prices range from 7-oc to $15.00 a garment.
Tub Dresses 5 i?2.98
jtfeatly made dresses, for house or street wear, of lawn,
percale and ginghams, appropriately trimmed with
embroidery or with plain color bands. Several styles
are shown with dutch neck and elbow m fj qd
sleeves ' lim&lD
Linen,Xinene and Pique Skirts
Special lot of white linen, linene and pique skirts, in
plain and pleated styles. .Our special price on these is
scarcely more than half the real i r o
value 9 1 IiO
We have mdel one lot of all styles of
high class Corsets that have become a
little soiled in display and handling.
Odds and ends and numbers discon
tinued by the manufacturer. Includ
ed in this lot are Gossard's (front
laced), Nemo, C. B. and "Warner's, in
models that sell regularly up to $8.50.
Choice of any in this QQ.
special lot .Z?0
W V IT
The Popular Basement
THE special pricing in the basement is un
usually interesting this week, applying
principally to staple merchandise. listed
are a few of the many excellent items that await
72x90 Seamed Sheets, heavy linen finish.; each 48c
90x90 Fruit of the Loom Sheets, 95c value; each 84c
42x36 Pillow Cases, 15c value; each 11c
18x36 White Cotton Buck Towels, each 8c
24x48 Bleached Bath Towels, 30c value; each 23c
3-4 White Crochet Bedspreads, 90c value, 69c T
Pull size Crochet Bedspreads, $1.50 rvalue, 1.19
36-inoh White Percale, 15c quality, 11
34-inch White Oxford, 15c quality, 8 13c
33-inch White Indian Head, 15c quality, 11c
27-inch Bleached MusKn, good quality, 5c
Women's White Waists, values to $2.00; 69c
Women's White Waists, values to $3.50; 98c ,
30-inch Persian Lawn, 12 l-2c quality; 7 l-2c
Children's Muslin Underwear, specially priced.
Trunks, Suit Cases, Traveling
Our assortment of good strong Trunks contains every Jcind steamer,
hat, skirt, wardrobe in every size, for men's or women's Tise. Suit
Oases, made of genuine sole leather, cowhide, leatherette and matting.
Traveling Bags of all kinds and sizes.
ON SALE IN TEE BASEMENT.
Night gowns, drawers, skirts and corset
covers, neatly made, nicely trimmed,
full size garments of muslin, longcloth
and nainsook. Regular oOc
tncniinor thp nrnnertv he bouffht five . dence near
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THE BOWMAN BANK
Successors to Bowman's Bank
J Established 1884 Oldest and Strongest in Dona Ana County
i Las Cruces, - New Elexico
Cleveland square for
years ago .and finds a" part of the 150 wheat field in La Union district.
acres tnat cose mm sa i ac h.t j
town lot property worth ?500 per acre.
As soon as the Tri-State Telephone
company bought the local long- distance
line between Silver City, Las Cruces
and Ei Paso, it changed the El Paso
connection from the Automatic to the
Bell. 2!r. Jefferies will be the man
ager of the Anthony-La Tuna exchange.
A construction gang has eight wires
up working five circuits running out
La Tuna street to the west side
Jose Barrio, of Chamberino, has
bought a tract of land in La Union
district and will move down.
J. M. Kaynolds. of ll Paso, has
leased hisi225 acres opposite Canutillo
to BaileyX & Bailey, with option of
Mr. Murphy, a wll Known El Paso
realty dealer, hasexchanged his resl-
LAS CRUCES DAILY RECORD.
Las Cruces, N. M., June 8. The fol
lntvincr doeds and tther papers of re-
i !! Vi.ivr been filed with the recorder
of Dona Ana county:
Henry D. Bowman, warrantydeed to
a tract of land situate at the intersec
tion of Mesllla and Picacho roads, con
taining 53.57 acres, consideration 1;
dated May 21, 1910.
Jackson A. Coggin et als to S. L.
Blair, warranty deed to four trncts of
land situated in the no-th half of the
southwest quarter of section 15, town
ship 25, containing 56 acres, considera
tion $2360. Dated Feb. 4, 1910.
Hafaela G. Barela to Henry D. Bow
man, warranty deed to a tract of land
situated about three miles west from
Las Cruces, containing 26.78 acres, con
sideration $1 and other valuables;
dated June 1. 1910.
James T. Smith to Robert Howard,
warranty deed to lots 1, 2, and 3 In
block 1. and lots 1, 2, 3. 46, 47 and 48
in block 33 of Sunny Slope addition;
consideration ?1 and other valuables;
dated Dec. 16, 190S.
VTm. Moeller et als to Evelyn Evans,
warranty deed to lots 17 and IS, in
block 67 of Mtura Park addition to
Mesilla Park: consideration $25; dated
June 2, 1910. '
L. H. Vanderv erf to o. B. Roquemore,
warranty deed t lots 1, 2, 3, and 4, in
block 4 of Mill 's "Washington Park
addition; consider-., tion $1.00 and other
valuables; dated ounqf'. 1910.
L. H. Vanderwer to L- S. Maso et als,
warranty deed to nts 23 and24 in block
46 of Miller's "Washington Park addi
tion; consideration ?1 and other valu
ables: dated June H. 1910.
L- H. Vanderwerf to "W. H. Brooks,
waranty deed to lots 23 and 24 in block
58 of Miller's Washington Park addi
tion; consideration SI and other valu
ables; duted June 4, 1910.
L. H. Vanderwerf to "William C.
Young, Avarranty deed to lots 31 and 32
in block 56 of Miller's "Wnshington Park
addition; consideration SI and other
valuables; dated Feb. 9, 1910.
LAS CRUCES LOCAL XBTVS.
Las Cruces, N. M., June S. The cham
ber of commerce did not hold the
monthly meeting Tuesday night, it be
ing postponed to a later date.
"Pueblo, September 26" is the subject
of much conversation on our streets.
G. L. Lenord, traveling tuner and
representative of the Jenkins Piano
company of El Paso, is at the Don
Barnardo for this week.
, Maj. "W. H. H. Llewellyn expects to
leave June 10 for New York, where he
goes as one of the rough rider escorts
to Col. Roosevelt, at the reception which
is to be accorded him on his arrival in
that city next week.
Mrs. Harriet McMillan, mother of
Mrs. W. C. Buell leaves tonight for
Pagosa Junction, Colo., to visit with
Nicholas F. Sommars was married to
day to Mrs. Clara Fuller by Justice
Manuel Lopez. Both are from Engle.
H. M. Howard, of Phoenix,' has pur
chased 17 acres of land lying west of
his alfalfa ranch, north of town, whfch
gives him frontage on the main Dona
Actual construction work Is now in
progress for macadamizing Alameda
DOG BITES POLICEMAN
"WHO APPROACHES BASKET
"While policeman Tillman was stand
ing guard at the corner of San An
tonio and Oregon streets Tuesday aft
ernoon, a stray dog bit him on the
hand. The off icer. approached a basket
which the dog was guarding when the
car.iue jumped at him. The wound was
cauterized and no serious results ara