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EL PASO HERALD
Monday, June 27., 1930.
THE REASON WHY
Our business increases every day is because we are all
grocers and know how to buy and sell groceries for less
STRONG SUPPLY OF AVATER
IX NEW WELL. AT PLATEAU
BEAD OVER OUR LIST
Parity Uraiwl pure ereMnery 5
batter, ver lb 5 3 G
3 terge eons Pineer Milk
6 wmJI cane Milk (summer
2 pkgi. Evapsrated Apples
Btoe Ribbon Coffee.
Barrington Hall Steel Cut ij
Coffee, 2 lbs. for
Ice Tea Blends (blended by y
an expert) per lb. 50c, 60e &. i
Gold Coin Flour (best for Q
biscuits) 24 lb. sack for . J
American Lady Flour (best Q
for bread) 24 lb. sack for . .
3 2 -lb. can3 Banquet Corn O
3 2-lb. cans Okra and Toma- ey
Phone Us Your Orders and Get G-ood Service
STANDARD GROCERY CO.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
203-210-212 St Louis St.
Bell Phones 367 and 348. Auto 1901
Our Loss Your
A short time ago ire ordered 31-2 cheats First Quality, First Picking Uncol
ored Japan Tea and our tea shipper by error shipped us 7 full chests. There
fore, we Itaie to much of this tea. We have sold this same quality tea from
faije shipper in EI Paso for the past seven years at 7jc per lb. aul it is
"srorth it. For the next f v days we are going to sell this e:i by the pound
or ehet for 45c per lb. Our shippers' and our loss is your opportunity to get
the finest tea in El Paso at nearlv one-half price. EVERY POUND POSI
Remember, Only 45 e oer Pound
SEND US YOUR MAIL ORDERS.
STANDARD GROCERY CO.
New More Uiiildiiipr Under Construction;
Automobile Speed Record to Valen-
tine Broken: PersonnI Xcws.
Plateau, Tex., .Tune 27. Water was
struck in the public well here at a
depth of 437 feet, and rose at once 50
feet with a pumping- capacity of 25 gal
lons per minute. "Will Geisling, the
driller, pronounces it an inexhaustible
supply of pure soft water.
Geo. E. Dorgey, wife, and seven sons
have moved here from Orange Into their
A new frame store building is being
erected in the eastern part of town.
Jno. Chri'-sman, a merchant of Hills
boro, has returned home after a visit
with his daughter, Mrs. "W. H. Akard.
on the Diamond C. ranch.
J. T. Leavell and family have moved
to El Paso.
Dozier Richburg of Monahans, who
has located here, has been awarded the
contract for painting- some new cot
tage?. E. Z. Jones in his new Buick auto
mobile, with H. L. Kindred as demon
strator, made a record breaking run to
the Means ranh near Valentine, cover
ing the distance of 110 miles in less than
Mrs. T. A. Kindred has returned from
Mexia, Tex., where she attended her
father, -who is now convalescing.
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m A m ETtI m R 1 I P
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
206-210-212 St Louis SL
PARRAL TO CELEBRATE FOURTH.
With all kinds of colored inks, United
States and Mexican flags, a Yankee
eagle and the white house, invitations
are floating about for the "4 de Julio"
celebration at Parral. The American
colony evidently is going to do it xip
brown, and show Mexican freinds what
a real Mire-enouerh iFourth of Julv is
like, anyhow. "Senor El Paso Herald"
has been invited.
TEXAS MAN ENDS LIFE.
San Antonio, Tex., June 27. Max
Rice, a prominent business man here,
shot and killed himself this morning
at his place of business. He was 52
years old. Despondency over ill health
Is believed to have caused the suicide.
Bell Phones 367 and 348. Auto 1901
CHINA3IAN IS CITIZEN.
Gow Chong, a Chinaman charged by
the immigration authorities with beinj:
in this country illegally, who was given
a hearing before United States commis
sioner George B. Oliver Monday morn
ing was discharged upon proof of citizenship.
BEGUN TODAY, JUNE 27th .
The Sale Event of the Year!
m V 7T"X 1
othms Must lao at linormoiis Kecmctions
to Make Room for New Fall Goods
We are selling at a reduction all of our high class men's, boys' and children's clothing. This is our regular
s.ock; not an article offered in this sale which Is inferior in quality. The same merchandise that you are accus
tomed to purchase of us at the FULL PRICE.
Every Article the Best.
Every Suit Guaranteed
Of course, ypu know our -clothing! 'They are ad hand tailored and made in such a way that they will hold their
shape twice as long as the average ready made suit. .In our clothes can be found every style, every fabric, and
every color that has met with the approval of the best dressers. Here is an unusual opportunity to obtain a
really remarkabble suit at an extremely low price. . . ,''
SUITS TEAT SOLD FOR $40.00 ffOW SELL FOR $30.00
SUITS THAT SOLD FOR $37.50 ffOW SELL FOR $28.15
SUITS THAT SOLD FOR $35.00 E"OW SELL FOR $26.15
SUITS THAT SOLD FOR $32.50ffOW SELL FOR $24.50
SUITS THAT SOLD FOR $30.00 ffOW SELL FOR $22.50
SUITS THAT SOLD FOR $25.00 STOW SELL FOR $18.75
SUITS THAT SOLD FOR $20.00 3TOW SELL FOR $15.00
Scriven's Elastic Seam Drawers 60c.
Straw Hats One-Third Off.
Neckwear, which cannot be bought
elsewhere for less than 75c, now 25c
a iL llliillSIf' 13
No old stock, but new up to date styles and patterns PARAGON" TROUSERS: These are the best made trou
sers in America. We are the agents for them in El Paso. These also will be sold at a great reduction
$5.50 AND $6.00 TROUSERS WILL BE SOLD AT $4.00
$6.50, $7.00 AND $7.50 TROUSERS WILL BE SOLD AT $5.50
$8.00, $8.50 AND $10.00 TROUSERS WILL BE SpLD AT $7.00
Come and see for yourself just what unusual reductions are made. Remember, this sale' is because we
make it a point never to carry over clothing from one season to the next.
These Prices Are for Cash Only
EVERYTHING TO WEAR FOR MEN AND BOYS
DIES IN CALIFORNIA
By Georgfe Hair McCuteheon
Author of "Grcmsiark," "Beverly of Graustark," "Brewster's Millions' "Jane Cable'
"The Man from Brodney's' Etc.
A Devil-May-Care Young American in a Land of Romance.
Novel Adventures in a Strange Little Kingdom.
r in McCiitchecm's Best Veiio
Treat for Our Readers
Will Appear in
Day After Tomorrow,
Well Known El Paso Worn,
an, Banker's Wife, Passes
Away on Coast.
News has reached the city of the
death Saturday night at Santa Monica,
Cal., of Mrs. Lomira Morris More
head, wife of Charles R. Morehead,
president of the State National bank of
Six months ago failing health caused
Mrs. Morehead to leave El Paso and
seek climatic change on the coast. At
the time of her death she tvas visiting
a soninlaw, B. A. Nebeker. Six -weeks
ago she "was joined by Mr. Morehead,
who was present at the time of the
Mrs. Morehead came to El Paso in
1SS1, when her husband organized the
State National bank. She is survived
by three grandchildren, daughters of
Mr. Nebeker.and a number of nieces
and nephews in El Paso. Mrs. H. L.
Newman, of this city, is a sister.
Funeral services will be held Mon
day afternoon at Santa Monica, and the
body placed in a vault. All El Paso
banks were closed at 2 oclock out of
respect to the funeral in progress In
the California town.
PEOPLE IN EL
From New Mexico. '
At the St. Reis: A. F. Hazeltirie and
wife, Bent; Charles Morgan, Cajnbray.
At the Sheldon: Mrs. 0. E. CJhwin,
St. Charles; 0. P. Ra0. Demin; Win.
Graw, Garrizozo; T. E. Hojrr, La Cru-
ees; S. F. Ballin, Albuquerque; C. T
At the Angelus: Mrs. L. H. Worden,
At the Orndorff: B. P. Gonzalez, Las
At the Zeigor: Tom Pappers, Sylvan
ite; Tom Hudson, Deming; W. D. Lis
siter. Oloudcroft; E. Warren. Amari'Io;
F. M. Deal, Ancho: B. W. Randall,
Lordsburg: George II. Browne, Magda
lena; W. R. Forbes, Albuquerque; V. X.
Hopper, Las Craces.
At the Sheldon: Thomas J. Egan
and wife, Tucson.
At the St. Regis: F. Bachene and wife,
Miami; Robert Rae, Douglas.
ster, M. R. Dallard, H. S. Drago.
At the Orndorff: H. R. Coles.
At the Grand Central: Col. ,H. S.
At the St. Regis: J. H. Putauui, T.
Schroeder, H. J. Brustman, Grace Odal
fut, Ja-mes Dell.
At the Sheldon: Joe Wether.
At the Angelus: F. H. Copernoll, E.
Gabel, V. Salvini.
At the Sheldon: W. S. Dorsey, wife
and child. W. C. MePherson, Columbia;
L. L. Brill, St. Louis: J. E. Mdntyre,
St. Joseph; L. L. Wiloy and brother,
Kansas Gitv; Lee Reinhardt. 15t. Louis.
At the St. Regis: Francis Affleck
At the Orndorff: R,' M. Xaghen and
family, Kansas City.
At the Zeiger: Rev. H. Kuennen and
At the Sheldon: H. S. Moeller, Sioux
City, la.; Thomas Langdon, Woodmer,
2veb.; C. Dunbar Smith, Dunbar. Xeb.;
Ghas. G. Lamb, Denver, Col.; J. U. Nel
son, Detroit. Mich.; L. E. Booker, Dan
ver, Colo.; Edward J. Davis-. Pittsburg,
Pa.; W. H. Wyman, M. Abington, Mass.
At the St. Reirk: E. W. Paire. Ric
hmond, Va,: E. J. Doty. Lancaster. Pa.;
him when arrested b,y officers, they say.
He was carrying the bundle of clothes
and had the money in his pocket.
At the Angelus: Lincoln wife, J. Ash- Thos. W. Evans, Rome Ga.: W. W. Wil-
WIILIAM C. COX.
William C. Cox, of Dallas countv.
died Saturday morning in Highland
Park after a four days residence. The
body, accompanied by the young man's
father, was shipped Sunday.
MRS. OPPEXHEI3I FUXER.iL.
Funeral services for Mrs. Ida Oppen
heim. wife of Jacob Oppenheim, the
Juarez merchant, were held Saturdav
afternoon at Temple Mt. Sinai. Rabbi
Martin Zielonka officiated. The pall
bearers were: Simon Picard. S. Hers
cowitz, Sllva Levy, I. Goodman. M.
Kranzthor and S. Lefkowitz. Inter
ment was made in Concordia cemetery.
After an illness of several weeks.
Terclla, the ISmonthsold daughter of
TV. E. Talbot, died at Cloudcroft about
9 oclock Monday morning. The re
mains will be brought to El Paso, ac
companied by members of the family,
and will be taken to the family resi
dence. 1831 Montana street. Death was
du" to cholera Infantum.
Mr. Talbot is emploj-cl by the street
car company as toll collector at the
Santa Fe bridge.
REFUSES TO TELL 3TAME OF
t COMPANION". IS ARRESTED
In connection with an alleged cae of
shoplifting, officer Davis arretted Jose
Orozco in a clothing store nt 322 South
El Paso street, Monday afternoon. The
proprietor of the store stated that
Orozco and a companion came In and
that the companion succeeded in mak
ing off with a pair of pants Orozco
would not tell who the companion was.
He was locked up and the charge of be
Inrr a suspicious character marked
CHARGED WITH THEFT.
P. H. Patton is under arrest at the
police station charged with theft under
$50. Watchman Berry, employed by the
El Paso Lumber company, arrested
Patton he says, while he was carrying
off a quantity of coal. His case will
come up in police court Monday afternoon.
lev. T. E. Tailmadge, Tucson
At the Orndorff: B. Binns and wife,
C B. Casev, Tucson.
At the Zeiger: R. S. Tanner, Glo.e;
J. F. Abbott, Win. C. Gane, Bisbee.
At the Grand Central: A. J. Ramsey.
At the Sheldon: M. H. Raymond and
wife. Dallas; H. A. Hodge, Snii Antonio;
G. E. Rejmolds, Kent; John M. Fenn,
At -the St. Regis: W. H. Raymond
and wife, Dallas; Miss Laxira Maying,
At the Orndorff: A. H. Hitchcock, C.
Coggins, Denison; Theodore Taylor, Ft.
At the Zeiger: .1. H. Buck, Pecos;
Isaac Loewenstein, Yslefca; E. M. Sulli
van, Ft. Worth; E. Jack Knight, A. L
At the Grand Central: L. R. Karl,
At the -Sheldon: L. Coomb", Hermo
sillo, Son.: Roberto Serino, E. J. Turner,
Mexico City; John J. Egan and wife,
Torreon. Coah.; Millard Havmore, Dub
At the St. Regis : Mrs. Nettie C. Ter
ry, Mexico; Herman Rowe. Guanajuato;
F. Echavarria, Sinaloa,
At the Orndorfif: W. C. Dearing. G.
de la Garza, C. C Ortiz and family. Chi
huahua: Mrs. Samuel Vicente de Lozia,
Hermosillo: G. A. Ortiz. Mexico City;
E. Marin, Chihuahua; R. L. Arriola, Tor
reon. At the Zeiger: E. Warren, Arenas
villo. At the Grand Central: F. Foutes and
wife, Torreon; Alejandro Vega, Mexico
Qitv- A Wilcox, M. M. 1o V.-l:i J. M.
Montemavor. Parras. Coah.; Mrs. W. T.
Ward, Meoquis, Chih.; Mrs. W. H. Sea
From the Pacific Coast.
At the Sheldon: R. W. Turner, Los
At the St. Regis: L. R. Doolittle, Los
Angeles; R. K. Este-s, San Francisco; J.
H. Mason, Los Angeles.
At the Orndorff: J. G. Dominguez,
From New York.
At the Sheldon: W. C. McPherson,
Wm A. Farish.
U the St. Re-pis: Mrs. R. L. DJbble,
C. D. Ridgway, A. Alsma, D. R. Brew-
lis, Meridian, Miss.; H. Cotton Mather,,
Anstell, On.; Gabe Hausman, Louis D.
Frinche, Xew Orleans, La.; H. S. Houser
and wifie, Jackson, Miss.
At the Orndorff: D. O. Darnall,
Franklin, Ind.; W. J. Parkenon, Raj'
Turner and wife, Denver, Colo.; Ed M.
Oden, Lexington, Ky.; H. Cotton Math
ers. Austell. Ga.
At the Zeiger: Mrs. W. H. McMan
ners. Grenade. Miss.; Marcello Gamon,
Cumberland, Mr.; E. F. Badershaov, Den
At the Grand Central: J. B. Will
iams, Wallace, X. C; J. T. Hickev, Mem
CHAS. M. CUNNINGHAM
WITHDRAWS FROM THE RACE
I have decided to withdraw from the
race for sheriff for the reason that I
entered too late to make a thorough
canvass of the county and for the fur
ther reason that I find many of my
strong friends are pledged to either Mr.
Edwards or Mr. Hall. I did not enter
the race" at the instance of either of
these gentlemen, or to injure or help
either of them, and retiring from the
race, I do not do so to favor either or
them. I shall exercise the American
duty of voting for the man I believe
best qualified for the office. I desire
to thank my friends for their offers of
support and for their many kihd ex
pressions. Respectfully yours,
Chas. M. Cunningham.
ADMITS BEING IN STRANGE
HOUSE, IS BOUND OVER.
Mexicnn Youth Found With Clothes
and Monej- Taken From East
Sixth Street House.
On a charge of burglary, Clemente
Duarte, aged 20. was held to await the
action of the grand jury by justice
McClintock, Monday. Duarte Is alleged
to have entered a residence at 113 East
Sixth street and" took some clothes, also
?10 in cash.
Duarte claimed in court that he for
merly had a sweetheart living at that
address and that he went to see her in
a drunken state. Upon getting inside
the house, however, according to his
story, he became so drunk he did not
know what he was doine: and woke ud
in jail. Stolen articles were found upon I
ELECTRIC POWER FOR
May Benefit Big
Chihuahua, Mex., June 27. The Mayo
River Power and Land company of
Denver, a corporation, organized with
a capitalization of $5,000,000, TJ. S. cur
rency, to develop hydro-electric power
on the Mayo river in western Chihua
hua and eastern Sonora, and for which
it "Acquired a federal concession over
a year ago, Jias Its hydraulic engineer,
R. M. Jones, an his assitsant examin
ing the several rivers in Sinaloa, This
being the close of the long dry season
the minimum flow of the various
streams can be determined readily.
Judge TV. O. Temple, secretary of the
company, reports from Denver that his
company Is negotiating with a Mexican
railway, presumably the Southern Pa
clf Ic,N on the west coast, to furnish it
with power for Us entire line. He also
.states that the 'company's engineer, R.
M. Jones, who was sent to Sinaloa, re
ports having found requisite sites for
the power plants and that the company
will be able to furnish the power.
Engineer Jones has located the sit&
for the first dam on the Mayo river
near San Bernardo in Sonora, and the
plans and specifications of the dam
and power plant have been made. From
this it is proposed to transmit power
to mining camps in Chihuahua and
CHEAP RATES TO THE
COAST GO ON SUNDAY.
Travel out of El Paso has taken on
a temporary slump. Many people are
waiting for the one fare round trip
rate to California points, which will be
put on July 2, with, a return limit until
October 31. Tills will probably shift a
large part of EI Paso's population to
the coast for the summer.
SATURDAY AFTERNOON CLOSING
FOR CITY TICKET OFFICES
All city railway ticket offices in El
Paso will close on Saturday afternoons
between July 1 and September 30-. as
has been the custom for several year?.
Persons not purchasing their tickets
on Saturday forenoons may be accom
moted at tiie union station office.
ABOUT RAILROAD PEOPLE.
H. Allen, chief car inspector of the
G. H., spent Sunday at Cloudcroft as
the guest of Chas. Beisswenger.
G. F. Hawks, superintendent of the
Southwestern, went to Tucumcari Mon
CHARGED WITH SPEEDING.
On a charge of violating the speed
laws of the city. William Campbell, an
automobile chauffeur, was arrested
Sunday nigh by officer Staggs-
CHARGED WITH CARRYING ARMS.
Porfirio Prieto was arrested Saturdav
niht on the charge of carrying conceal
A touch of rheumatism or a twinge
of neuralgia, whatever the trouble is.
Chamberlain's Liniment driven away
the pain at once and cures the com
plaint quickly. First application gives
relief. Sold by all dealers.