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Wednesday, June 22, 1910.
Insure the health of
all the family
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"Rv nsintr it consistently, a good tonic is the greatest
insurance against the ravages of many diseases that often
result fatally. This is where forewarned is forearmed.
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On All Spring and Summer Suits
Gravenetted Mohairs Hot Included
No Suite Charged at These Prices
t Finest of Clothing Ready to Wear - M
I 206 San Antonio Street I
LAS 'CRUCES AJSB
To Have Big Fourth of July
Antkouv, X. AL, June 22. The resi
dents of "the lower Mesilla valley from
&a.n Jisguel on the north to the -Mexico
me cm tho south are prerparing for a
Fourth of July celebration to be held on I
the -rounds oi the Darry larm near vn
caom. H- Heffelmau, W. E. Beecher,
C. hZ 3Eller, Dr. Lauson, J. R. Livesay,
G. G- Halbrooks, and J- C jleVary are
in charge. There -will be music, singing,
speaking, games, races and other amuse
ments during the day, a grand barbecue
at noon and dancing at nigat. All guests
coming in on trains- will be taken to and
irom the "rounds free of charge.
The harvesting of small grain is now
well under way and the noise of the
threshing machines can be heard in
Tne residence of 3Ir. Xietascnmann is
neanng completion: the walls of tihe al
falfa warehouse of the Berino-Anthony
Fanners' assoctation will begin to rise
skvward in a very few days and the
new home of tSie Anthony telephone ex
change will also be under way soon.
"V70RK PROGRESSING ON
KOAD AT LAS CRUCES
Alameda Thorougilfare Ready for Rock
Covering on ishort Stretch- Personal
and General News Notes.
Las Cruces, X. AL, June 22. Mrs. .0. j
Ji. rown and cmiaren nave gum? w w
can for a visit at the nome of 3Ir. and
Sirs. L- B. Bently.
Mrs- J- P. Monty and children have
pone to their old home at Hudson Falls,
5". Y.J to suend the summer.
B. L. Berkey of El Paso was in the city
Tuesday looking after his business inter
ests. The grading on the first ouart- mile
of Alameda road is nearly completed and
readv for the rock covering.
Samuel T. Reynolds was here Tues
day attending to matters relative xto the
beginning of construction work on the
SKIN GRAFTING NECESSARY
FOR BURNED LAS CRUCES B0
Six Square Inches of Skin. Needed for Son
of E. B. Shaw, Who Uses Kerosene
To Start Fire.
Las Cruces, X. M.. June 22. The 8
ear old son of 31r. and Mrs. E. B. Shaw,
living ia the southeast part of town, who
was severely burned in starting a fire
with keroene, is recovering. The most
Do You Want to
If you do, we can cure you. Many a man wants to
quit drinking, but cannot.
The Desire For Liquor Is a 'Disease
We treat the disease and make a man care no more for liquor than before
a drop ever passed his throat, wSthout hypodermic injections, without the
use of system wrecking drugs, without a. long and expensive residence in a
sanitarium, which most other treatments necessitate. We guarantee a cure
You Owe It to Humanity to Investigate
The Globe 3 Day Liquor Cure.
A SCIENTIFIC TREATMENT FOR THE DRUG AND LIQUOR HABLT
r Sanitarium 2013 Atlanta St.
Phone Auto 2481- El Paso, Texas. E. A. THOMAS, Manager.
I severe burn is about the abdomen and
skin grafting will have to be Tesorted to
to cover a space of more than six inches
SPEAKERS FOR LAS CRTJCES
Las Cruces, JN". SI., June 22. Eleven
speakers will attend the statehood cele
bration Thursday evening. The band
has also been engaged for the occasion.
Fireworks will not be allowed on the
streets Thursday night owing to the
large crowd expected: at the meeting.
LAS CRUCES DALLY RECORD.
Las Cruces, X. M., June 22. The fol
lowing deeds and other papers of record
have been filed with the recorder of
Dona Ana county.
R. M. Biss to S. T. Barnhill, warranty
deed to -lots 24, 25, 28 and 29 in Ala
meda place addition to Las Cruces; con
sideration 600; dated May 26, 1910.
Wim. Moeller et als. to Arthur Lafer
riere, warranty deed 'to lots 1 and 2 in
block 36 of Alfcura nark addition to 1-
ctII-i riT-i-. cMnfmv, cox. a- T..JN.sav that not a
wiiitk --j.v, vujiuumwuu f xj uairu. UU1I2 i.
J. T. Miller to Alice M. Ford, warranty
deed to lots 27, 28, and 29 in block 49 of
Miller'3 addition; consideration $1 and
other valuables; dated June 26, 1909.
J. T. Miller to T. J. Martin, warranty
deed to lots 3 and 6 in block 8, of Millers
Esparanza addition; consideration $1 and
other valuables; dated Jury 28, 1909.
L. PL Yanderwerf to Charlie Fesher,
warranty deed to lots 35, 36, 3"9, 40, 43,
and 44 in block 58 of Miller's "Washing
ton park addition; consideration $1 and
otSier valuables; dated May 14, 1910.
L. H. Yanderwerf to George J. Wolf,
warranty deed to lots 30, 31, 32, 33, 34.
and 35 in block 8 of Miller's Washington
park addition; consideration $1 and other
valuables; dated June 18, 1910.
J. T. Miller to A. R. Milkey, warrant
deed to lots 17 ana 19 in block 63 of
Miller's addition; consideration $1 and
other valuables; dated May 11, 1909.
J. T. Miller ''to Abraham Fickle, war
ranty deed to lots 10, 12 and 14 in block
64 of Miller's addition; consideration $1
and other valuables; dated June 3, 19 0y.
Emily 0. Estebrook, deceased, William
A. Sutherland files oath as administrator.
Jose Moreno and Maria Bestoldo.
LAS CRUCES HOTEL ARRIVALS.
Las Cruces, X. M.. June 22. The fol-j
lowing gujesfs are reristered at Btftel Don
BarnardoJ A. Ellis Baum, Xew York;
Chas. E. Doll, Santa Fe; Lewis Good
man, Wm. K. Preston, C. A. Donnell, D.
C. Himtzinger, F. EL Brown, El Paso;
C. E. Bradlev, Rodey; S. T. Reynolds, J.
F. Kilburn, EI Paso; A. Goldertberg, Tu
cumcari; A. E. Daten, Los Angeles; S.
E. Beckett, Newport; J. A. Whorton,
We handle the
finest In El Paso.
Banquet Hams, the
Try it Melvin Meat
James A. Patten, Eugene B. Scales Frank B. Hayne and William P. Brown, known in Wall street as "the Big
Four," because of their dominance in the cotton market, gained through spectacular bull operations, and four other
brokers and operators, are charged w ith violations of the Sherman anti-trus t law in an indictment that was re-
turned by the special federal grand jury that for nearly two months has be en investigating the alleged cotton
The charges on which the inquiry was begun were made by attorney general Wickersham.
Campbell Wants Legislature
to Consider Issue at the
STILL HOLD GOOD
(Horace H. fShelton.)
San Antonio, Texas., June 25. sTh,e
liquor interests of Texas have got up
against about the hardest proposition J
they ever saw In tne shape of Gov.
Thomas M. Campbell. It id' safe to
man m that Dusiness
has had 'a good night's rest since the
governor called vthe special session. It
Is haunting them all the time. They
donf know what is going to happen,
but they fear the worst.
The great liquor lobby, for years sup
plied with almost unlimited money, has i
felt that it could make and unmake '
governors, that no man with political table.
ambitions dared defy it. The same is true of the racing law.
Although the majority of the voters j It certainly put the bookmakers out
of the state are not willing to be led of business.
about by the liquor lobby, yet through j Texas Larra Are Stickers,
their hundreds of paid agents they i Should this legislature happen to
could make a fight on a candidate in I put on the statute books of the stite
so many ways that they have been j of Texas a quart law, a night closing
able for years past to dominate most j law, a five mile radius bill or any other
of them. ! bill it will stay there just as firmly as
Now, Tom Campbell comes along and j has the Sundai' closing law and will
starts something with a lone hand, but be as strictly Enforced,
he has plenty of other good cards In view of the open defiance of th"
In the deck' in the way of a majority J people bv the liquor interests and its
of the legislature to make his play powerful lobby they may well appre
most formidable. ! hend with fear and trembling .the com-
The indications are that he believes . ing session of the legislature'convened
that the liquor Interests have become by Gov. Campbell. The chief executive
a little too bold and through their t of this state is up in arms and he- has
candidate for governor hopes to a backing of a majority of the legisla-
thwart the will of the people. To pre
vent this It looks as if he proposed to
teach this same liquor lobtiyl a lesson
which it has long needed.
Many Ways Possible.
There are several ways open to strike
the saloons a body blow. One Is to
enact the quart law. Another -is to
close the saloons from 6 oclock In
the evening until G oclock in the morn-
Send Name and Address Today
You Can Have It Free and
Be Strong and Vigorous.
I have In my possession a precsrlp
tion for nervous debility, lack of vigor,
weakened man hood, falling memory
and lame back, brought on by sxcsszea
jinn&taf&l dnuiu. or the follies of
youth, that has cured so many worn
and nervous men right In their own
homes without any additional help or
medicine that I think every man who
wishes to regain his manly power and
virility, quickly and quietly, should
have a copy. So I have determined to
send a copy of the prescription free of
eharsre. In a plain, ordinary sealed en
velope to any man who will write me I
This prescription cornea from a phy
sician who has made a special study of
men and I am convinced it is the surest
acting combination lor the cu'e of de
ficient manhood and vigor failure evor
I think I owe it to my fellow man
to send them a copy in confidence so
that any man anywnere wjio is weak i
and discouraged tviui repeated failures
may stop drugging himself with harm
ful patent medicines, secure what I
believe if "the quickest acting restora
tive, upoailding, SPOT TOUCHING
remedy ever devised, and so cure him
elf at home quietly and- quickly. Just
Vlrop me a line like this: Dr. A. E.
Robinson, 4049 Luck Building, Detroit
Mich., and I will send you a copy of
this splendid recipe In a plain ordi
nary envelope free of charge. A great
many doctors would charge $3.00 to
55.00 for merely writing out a prescrip
tion like this but I send it entirely
lll,l,CI w w- w w
ing, and another way is to pass
refusing them licences at all.
Another method is to put It up to
the citizens in the way of a new 'Con
stitution which shall he framed by a
constitutional convention and include a
clause prohibiting forever in Texas the
sale of Intoxicating liquor.
The governor has not made his plans
clear, but it is very certain that hls-f
program will cost the lobby a great
many thousands of dollars. That the
present campaign for governor has cost
the liquor interests more than $300,00
no man well informed will attempt
deny and it is verj' probable that the
Higure is closer to $500,000.
No sooner will the legislature be in
session at Austin than the lobby prill
be in force. They will be constantly
on the alert with their representatives
In the legislature and out to strike
down every possible law intended to
curtail the traffic.
But just now it looks as if the citi
zens of Texas were thoroughly aroused
and that the next governor of Texas j
would come Into office with the state
dry or the liquor laws so drastic that
about the same effect will have been
The liquor interests boast about re
pealing any sumptuary legislation, but
It is a well known fast that a reform
measure once on thestatute books it
stays. Witness the anti-
I gambling bill and the anti-race track
f bill. It was said that open gambling
could not be stopped in Texas. There j
. was just as big a howl that" that law j
could not be enforced, as there isthat
that prohibition law cannot be en-
forced. B-ut somehow the men wjith
the big diamonds and the loud waist
coats have disappeared from Texas ana
many an honest worker Is now feeding
and clothing his
years ago spent
family who a few
all at the gaming
ture, as was plainly demonstrated at
the regular session and there is no
telling what he will do. t
One thing can certainly be predicted.
He will make this summer a mighty
Interesting one to the liquor traffic of
Texas and the mpuence of men who
are fattening oft "ts lobby fund.
another arrest is made
on smuggling charge
A chase of a week's duration 'nided
Tuesday afternoon when customs officers
arrested J. C. Hamilton a white man,
charged with s-muprfflin- opium inu the
United States. A warrant for his arrest
was issued at the time a warrant for
Elijah Moore was also issued and offi
cers have been on a still hunt for Hamil
ton since !Moore was arrested.
It is alleged that Hamilton was the
man who -was with Moore at the union
station when the latter was placed under
Ethel Jackson, charged with havinjj
smoking opium in her possession, was
arraismed before commissioner Georce B.
Oliver Tuesday afternoon and placed
under a bond of $750, which she was Till
able to give. The woman was arrested
following the opening of an express
package which was carried to the
express office and expressed to Los An
geles. Examination of the package dis
closed the fact that it contained six cans
of -opium, it is said.
Examinations for civil service positions
are being conducted in U.e court room
of the federal building Wednesday.
from theed in
rvhlh ahenvas sleeping,
by a cyclone, which u"niolished the
house, Mrs. W. Randolph, Twife of
a ranchmnn living near here, w2Scar
rled 25 feet through the .air and ""V
poslted in a wagon that stood in tne
yard behind the house. Beyond a few
minor bruises and the-nervous shock,
the woman apparently has suffered no
injuries. Two small children, in the
bed with Mrs. Randolph, were unharmed.
TJLA3STK. 3- 232CN"i.
The Majority for Municipal
Ownership on a Small To
tal Vote, Is 287.
IN ACTIVE FORM
-h.1 Paso is to have municipal owner- j
ship of waterworks. This was decided
Tuesday when431 voters declared that '
the $375,000 In bonds necessary for the
purchase of the present plant should -be
issued while opposing their issuance
The vote' was small, verv small for
an election of such Importance, but I
little interest was evidenced prior to
election day and there were no active
workers either trying to defeat or carrv
the issife. It was said' that one or two j
men in the Mexican wards tried to turn
lug uue ot victory out their efforts were
of little avail.
In the eighth precinct the greatest
oppostiion .was evidenced, there being
29 opposed to the issuance of the oonda
while 57 favored their issuance.
In some precincts, the need of an
Everyone deeply respects
A person who is guided.
By cool judgment
And common sense.
If one finds that habits
Of food or drink are produc
ing Hints of disease, he should
Heed Nature's warnings and
Adjust his diet to keepjhe ,
Human machinery in order.
One doesn't always know
Where to commence
To correct; a diet,
But pne thing to stop is
An allujing, insidious enemy
That ' 'sings one to sleep and
then knifes him."
The slow but sure effect of .
CAFFEINE the active
Coffee on the heart, finally
Produces weak pulse and a
Deranged, nervous system
Which grows slowly'but
Steadily more pronounced
And ends in some
Fixed organic disease,
Unless the cause be removed.
Is scientifically made of
Selected parts of the grains
That yield the phosphates
Which rebuild and .give
rYital energy to bodv and
ier e s a Ksasn
is accepted in allparts of the world
it is the essence of absolute
aid to health. It is a predigested fooa m liquid form,
containing the tissue-building
malt and the rare toning elements of the lupulmirom
choicest hops combinedin mostpalatable form.
The United Statss Government
cl&ssifica Pabst Extract as an
medicine not an alcoholic
Order a dozen oottlcs -front
your local druggist.
Insist wfaon it ising Jabst
educational , election law was shown,
for some persons could not vote on so
simple a proposition as thi where they j
had but one of two ways to vote. One
man in the third precinctvoted against
both propositions, one in the second pre
cinct voted both for and against the
bonds, these votes being void. -The
vote by precincts follows:
Prect. For bonds Against bonds
1 22 6
2 19 2
3 36 2
Railroads, Steamship Lines, Hotels,
and accept the "A. B. A." TRAVELERS' CHEQUES. Very easy
to negotiate, because Self-identifying. Not available to finder or
thief, in case of loss or theft. Convenfent denominations.
Take them on your trip,
FIRST NATIONAL BANK, EI Paso, Tex.
C. R. MOREHEAD, President.
JOSEPH MAGOFFIN, V. Pres,
L- J, GILCHRIST, Ass'L Cash.
N State National Bank
'. ESTABLISHED APRIL, 1881.
CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $175,000.
A Legitimate Banking Business Transacted in All Its Branches.
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR MEXICAN MONEY.
CITY NATIONAL BANK
EL PASO TEXAS
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY
Capital, $150,000.00. Surplus and Profits, $25,000.00
OFFICERS ANJ) DIRECTORS:
TJ. S. Stewart Frank Powers H. J- Simmons
A. G. Andreas E- Kohlberg B. Blcmenthfl
J. F. Williams J. H. Mar
YOTJR BANKING BUSINESS IS RESPECTFULLY INVITED
The Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co.
EL PASO, TEXAS.
Issues SELF IDENTIFYING TRAVELERS' CHECKS ana LETTERS OF
CREDIT available in any part of the world.
Before leaving on your European trip consult us and avoid trouble or
W. W. Turney, President. ' "VCooley, Vice-Presfc. and iTgr.
S. T. Turner, Vice-President. W- E. Arnold, Cashier.
H. E. Christie. Secretary.
6u'i viwuo mu a.i.c uesiiuus ui yiuturjasj an aDSO-
lr:;V lutely safe form of investment are invited to dpnoit
their funds with this bank. We pay 4 percent interest,
which is not the case with the ordinary securities, as
they require the investor to reinvest the income at divi
dend or interest periods. We are, moreover. In a position
to furnish mortgages on approval real estate security
ueaxinir a percent interest.
miiimwpifc i ' ' ' ' -.-
AD TKUST CO.
Successors to Bowman's Bank
Established 1884 Oldest and Strongest in Dona Ana County
Las Cruces, - Kew Mexico
as thestandard of malttonic value
purity and nature s greatest
properties of neb. barley
Majority in favor --2S7
Etc, throughout the world honor
GEO. D. FL0RY, Cashier
C. li. BASSETT, Vice Prea.
F. T. Itfurchison, Asst. Cashier.