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News Of the Great Southwest
July 8, 1910. News Of the Great Southwest
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SHOP FOR DEMING
4. BEAUTIFUL COMPLEXION
IN TEN DAYS
Electric Motors for Pump
ing Water Arrive Fine
Deming, N. M., July S. The brick i?
on the ground for the machine shop and
garage of Knowles & Ro-mland. The
shop will be two stories high, 44x84, and
eouinned with all modern aDoliances.
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j j. l. xiun, or xui i'aso, wno aiso una
charge of the construction of the Luna
j county courthouse, is the contractor.
The supreme beauty re
quisite, is endorsed by
baniohes tan, sallowness,
freckles, pimples, liver
spots and other facial
discolors tions . "Worst
case in 20 days. Rids the
pores and tissues of sll
impurities, leaves the
skin clear, soft and healthy.
Trirfctions and Guarantee in each package. 50c
The 30 horse power electric motor for , smi ci no by high class Toilet Counters or Mail
the waterworks has been received and , prepared by KATlOttAL TOILET CO., Parte, Teaa
win soon De insiaiiea. xom roiey nns
Just Let Us Furnish the
installed a five horse power motor for
his (truck patch in the eastern edge of
town. The Deming Ice and Electric
company has completed its power line
five miles into the country, and motors
will be put in as fast as the wells are
A nice shower fell in Deming and in
dications axe good for more. Local
showers have fallen over Luna county.
The village board has declared the
orfice of nightwatchman vacant. No
one has been elected as yet to succeed
J. M. Hughes.
Jas. E. Irvine, wife and daughter,
have gone to California to spend a two
L. M. Hobson, of Norwich, Kans., is
registered at the Victoria hotel.
Ed Kimmick, the gardner and orch
ardist from the Mimbres valley, dis
posed of a wagonload of peaches, plums
and cabbage to local buyers.
The pumping plant of Dr. P. K. Con
naway, three miles southeast of town,
is now in operation. This is one of the
largest plants in the valley. Dr. Con
naway is preparing to plant a large
acreage to feed stuffs and beans.
Wagon loads of potatoes continue to
come In from the Shull farm.
j -Sold by
RANCHEE, CUTS THIRD
HAY CROP AT YSLETA
Kelly & Pollard
ROSWELL "WAISTS AUTO. MAIL
LINE SERVICE CONTINUED.
Shopkeepers Put Lower
Prices 0a Fruit To Can
Meat prices the same; al
falfa and grain remain firni.
Not a single change iir" quotations Rib roast 15c per lb.
was recorded in the vegetable markets j Beef livers 10c per lb.
dnrlntf the week, which would seem i Lamb.
to Indicate that the equinox has arriv
ed. While an over supply or a scarcity
may send retail prices up or
down. the normal price for en
season vegetables has about been
reached. The valley growers may
be counted on for staple green stuffs
should the next week or so- bring suffi
cient rains and tills may result In an
erratic lowering of prices on certain
FoHowing are the current quotations:
Blackberries 15c per box; 2 for 25c
15c per box: - for 25c
Loganberries. . .15c per bcx; 2 for 25c
Raspberries. . ..15c per box; 2 for 25c
txuits. ' -
Applest. 53.&U to 5 per ou-lD. oox
Watermelons lc per lb.
Cantaloupes 2 for 15 cents
Peaches (Texas) 20c per basket
Peaches (California) - 20c per lb.
California Plums '. 15c per lb.
California Currants 15c box
Mexican Aguacates 3 for 25c
Lemons - 25c to 30c per doz.
Limes 15c per doz. Alfalfa, wholesale $13 per ton
Lamb leg 22c to 25c per lb.
Lamb racks (whole) 28c per lb.
Lamb loin chops. 30c to 35c per lb.
Lamb shoulders '. 18c per lb.
Breast pieces Sc to 10c per lb.
Lamb livers 10c each
Leg llc per lb.
Rack 18c per lb.
Loin 18c to 20c per lb.
Shoulders 10c per lb.
Neck pieces 3c per lb.
Breast pieces 6c per lb.
Crown roasts 20c per lb.
Leg ...18c to 20c per lb.
Chops ,. 18c to 22c per lb.
Steaks 20o to 22c per lb.
The alfalfa and grain market re
mains stationary as regards old quota
tions and there is little activity, ac
cording to grain dealers. With harvest
time approaching the rfarket Is rather
unsettled and no activity is looked for
until the farm returns begin to arrive.
Following are the current quotations
on the local market on alfalfa and
H. A. Burgess Plans Chick
en Farm Incubator
Yleta, Tex., July 8. AJfalfa has heen
cut the third time on the Carbajal
ranch this season. There is a large de
mand for Ysleta alfalfa at present, but
most ranchmen are scoring the crop.
H. A. Burgess has bought the ranch
known as the Allen place. He and his
son will engage in the chicken raising
A large new incubator house is be
ing built at Sunset ranch. It is to be
50 feet loner.
Mrs. Milton Graves has returned from
a visit to her parents at Nogales, N. M.
B. T. , -11, a mining man of Bisbee,
Ari-. is -iting here.
Mlsas labelle Bryan, Marguerite
Darbyshire and Earl Teague and Henry
Crawford, of El Paso, formed a con
genial party at a 6 oclcok dinner at
CLUB ASKS FOR
CHANGE IX MINING LAW
Remonstrance Filed Against Dlscontin-
ance Council Passes Sprinkling
Ordinance Officials Report.
Rosweii, N. M., July 8. A remon
strance against the proposed discontin
nanr.fi nf th nuto mail orv)(o T-o
hvepn Roswell and VaiiErhn. sicnprl hv i
120 business and professional men of
this town, has been forwarded to Jo
soph Stewart, second assistant post
master general. The placing of three
new special cars on the line enables
the management to get the mail Into
Roswell between 1 and 2 oclock every
afternoon, from three to three and a
half hours earlier than the railroad
train. This enables business men to
answer letters and get mail off on tho
next morning's train. Manager Stock
ard has just Invested 52500 in a trac
tion auto with which to keep the auto
road In good condition.
W. C. Reid, president of the city
council, who presided at the regular
meeting for July, mayor Veal being
IH, engineered the final passage of the
sprinkling ordinance. Messrs. Wyllys,
Bryant and Whitman voted against It.
Police judge A. J. Welter reports 18
case's, $38 in fines and $58 in fines and
costs collected, two prisoners in jail
and two cases undisposed of, for June.
The city marshal's report for June
shows 24 arrests, $184.50 in fines and
costs imposed, $145.50 of which was
collected, and $37 In commitments.
' Nogales, Ariz., July
Oranges 20c to aOc per doz.
Tangerines 15c to o0c per doz.
Apricots 2 lbs. for 25c
Bananas 25c to 30c per doz.
Cauliflower 20c per lb.
Mustard greens 5c bunch; 3 for 10c
California peas 10c lb., 3 for 25c
Parsley . -
Rhubarb- - .-
.5c per bunch
10c per lb.
, 15c per lb.
25c per lb.
- . 5c each
,5c two bunches
Alfalfa, retail 15 per ton
Northern Texas hay $18 per ton
Corn, wholesale $1.65 per cwt
Corn, retail $1.75 per cwt
Texas oats, wholesale $1.50 per cwt.
Texas oats, retail $1.60 per cwt.
Chops, wholesale $1.65 per cwt
Chops, retail $1.75 per cwt
Bran, wholesale $1.50 per cwt
Bran, retail $1.60 per cwt
Beans, wax and green 10c per lb.
Beets, valley 10c per three bunches
Cabbage (valley) 5c per lb.
Carrots 5c per bunch
Celery 10c per stalk
Eggplants, southern 15c per lb.
Lettuce -..10c head, 2 for 15c
Onions, green 2 bunches for 5c
Onion, white 5c per lb
Potatoes, new ; .... 25c ten lbs.
Spinach 5c per lb.
Squashes t. Iftc per lb.
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Watercress 74c per bunch
Roasting ears 30c doz.
Okra 15c per lb.
Almonds 20c per lb.
Brazil nuts 20c per lb.
Filberts 20c per lb.
Pecans. 20c per lb.
English Walnuts 20c per lb.
Butter and Eggs.
Butter, fancy grade 35c per lbe
Eggs, Sunflower , 30c per doz.
Eggs, ranch 40c per doz.
Camembert, 35c; Imported ..50c per can
Cheese, cream dairy 25c per lb.
Edam, small $L15'each
Neufchatel 10c each, 2 for 15e
Pineapple.-. 65c and 70c each
Roquefort 60c per lb.
Swiss, Imported 40c per lb.
Limburger 25c per lb.
Sage 30c per ID.
Circle Brand 10c each
Iutch Girl . ....40c per can
Brick cheese ..25c per lb.
Sirloin steak 20c per lb.
Rump steak 12c per lb.
Round steak 15c per lb.
OIL TRUST AGREES TO
PAY OKLAHOMA FINE.
Enid, Okla., July 8. The ous
ter suit of the state of' Oklaho
ma against the Waters-Pierce
Oil company -was settled when
the company promised to pay a
fine of $75,000 and cease the
practices the state held to be un
lawful. Violation of the anti-trust law
was charged. The agreement
provides that the state shall re
ceive $25,000 in 60 days, $25,000
in slx months a'nd the other $25,000
in nine months. The company
promises not to maintain any re
straint iof trade in petroleum
products in the state.
TULAROSA NEWS NOTES.
Tularosa, N. M., July July 8. Capt. P.
P. Coghlan, who has been visiting in
El Paso, has returned home,
G. W- GilLand is helre from his ranch
buying his summer's supply of gro
ceries. C. H. Brosseau and wife have moved
here from Bent.
Professor R. S. Tipton and son, Ev
erett, are here from Cloudcroft.
Miss Doppie Copper has gone to
Altoy where she will take charge of a
George W. Prichara, formerly locatedJ
at White Oaks, N. M., but now practic
nig law at Santa Fe, N. M., was in El
Paso Thursday on business.
Attorney F. G. Morris has gone
California for a brief vacation.
Real Estate Dealers Organize; City
Council Passes Curfeiv Ordinance;
Announce Tw Marriages.
Alpine, Texas, July S. The executive
committee of the Alpine commercial
club has passed resolutions relative to
the present mining laws of the state,
asking governor Campbell to submit the
question of amending the laws to the
special session of the legislature.
The real estate dealers of Alpine
hrave organized under the name of the
Alpine Real Estate exchange, electing
H. S. Wigle, president, A. M. Turney,
vice president, and John Young, secre
tary. Don E. Andrews and Mrs. Josephine
Ashmore were married by county judge
Higgins. The groom is manager of
the rubber plant at Marathon, where
thoy will live.
Dr. W. B. Largent, brother of R. A.
Largent, dentist, and Miss Grace Ke
gar, both from Chicago, Tere married
by Rev. 5. E. Allison.
The city council has passed a 9:30
o'clock curfew ordinance.
Ranchers over the county report that
grass is green and luxuriant and that
water Is plentiful as a result of the
J. W. Weaver of Throckmorton, Tex.,
a brotherinlaw of J. H. Derrick, ex
pects to locate here.
The inventory has been taken of the
Palace Pharmacy and the new proprie
tor, Walter Garnett, is in charge.
W. W. Turney of El Paso is looking
over his ranch Interests here.
Misses Margaret and Florence Cotter
are here from Green Valley as the
guests of Miss Margaret Linn.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Gerhardt,
Hoy Spence of Kansas City is here
Miss Lottie Bowles of Austin is vis
iting her brolher, A. J. Bowles.
Mrs. George Chastaln of Marfa is vis
iting with Mrs. J. P. Johnson.
C. H. Page of New Mexico is the
guest of his brother, G. W. Page.
Mrs. Webb Rhodes of Floresville is
visiting her cousin, Mrs, John Young.
Edgar Purington and wife of Long
fellow are visiting friends in Alpine.
Mrs. Ed Linn has gone to Beeville to
visit her father, A. J. West, who is ill.
Miss Anna Starr has returned to her
home in Sweetwater, after a visit with
her brother, mayor S. A. Starr.
W. H. Kokernot anfv family of San
Antonio are living on their ranch.
Mrs. B. V. Hart will have , charge
of the Mexican school at Marathon next
A. B. Burton assistant cashier of the
First National bank, has gone to Pales
tine on his vacation.
Work has been started on the new
store building to be occupied by W. Ti
W. L. Clark, who has returned from
Port Lavaca, states he will build an
$18,000 school building for that town.
The Sans Souci club was entertained
at the home pf Miss Lulu Griffith with
high five. Those present were Misses
Thalia Gillett, Lois Weakley, Una
Jackson, Fay Viars, Ruth Weakley,,
Nina and Jane Tayior, Lottie Sowelif
Lillie Young, Lorena und Mary Shannon.
Bracy Curtis Named as Constitution
Builder Cattle Die at Pata-
ironln Personal News.
S. The Republi
cans of Nogales and vicinity held a
meeting and decided upon Bracy Cur
tis as a candidate tor delegate to the
constitutional convention from, this
county. As yet the Democrats have
held no caucus.
Cattle are reported to be dying daily
around Patagonia in great numbers.
Miss Marian Roach, of Douglas, is
visiting Mrs. Theron Richardson, of No
gales. Mrs. Charles A. Kaiser is in Nogales
from Prlmera, Colo., the guest of Mrs.
F. Van Momick.
E. E. Forn has returned from a trip
of several months in the state of Sina-
loa, where he was Installing mining
Joo Wise and family airej in the
city from Calabasas for a visit.
E. E. Pope, of New York Is here on
Ail the ood things of the
season are in this list
Why not make that Sunday dinner the best of the summer'? Tomorrow our
market will be filled with absolutely the finest meats, poultry, vegetables, fruits
and groceries that has been in El Paso in many months. Just now the market af
fords everything in the vegetable line and tomorrow we will be prepared to supply
yoiu' needs of everything in the eatable line and the quality will be the Nations
kind. If you cannot visit the market send us your phone order.
EARL SANDS FACES MURDER
TRIAL IN COCHISE COUNTY
Solomonvlllc Attorney Attends Prelim
inary Hearing; Dance Given at
Courthouse: Personal News.
Solomonville, Ariz., July 8. A. G. Mc
Allster, attorney, has -returned from
Cochise county, -where he went to de
fend Earl Sands in a preliminary hear
ing on a charge of murder. Mr. Sands
was held on a $5000 bond.
Mrs. J. A. Ruiz is -in Phoenix, Ariz..
where she was called by the illness of
her sister, who died.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Combleth have
gone to the Indian Hot Springs for a
two weeks' vacation
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PETTIGO IS NOW
IN ALAMO JAIL
Is Held on Charge of Killing
Jim Mullen at Weed,
fair, the leading editorial being a col- J against president Taft insofar as tae
umn article on the fair" and Its value t tariff law figures, but president Taft
to the community.
Alamogordo, N. M., July S. Sheriff
Henry M. Denney has arrived from
Weed bringing Jack Petigo. He placed
: i.t i jm
A dance was given at the courthouse "'" "l J , x ,,-,... ,.m
L. J. (Jim) Mullen at the borne of John
Downs at PInon, shooting him twice
with a 3030 Winchester, first time
through the breast and the second time
through the back.
It is said that there had been bad
feeling over family matters.
Mullen was leaving the home of John
Downs when the killing occurred. Mul
len falling with his own gun in his
hands, according to report.
Petigo waived examination before jus
tice of the peace J. J. Gregg at Weed
and was allowed to give a bond of $5000
wnicn, it is said, ne will make.
under the direction of Ed Gillespie and
Joe Boscoe. '
A. H. Aulin and family and Francis
Uptain and wife, Mrs. Austin's daugh
ter, with Dr. Collins have started over
land for Oregon for their health.
BUSY AT 1LVMOGORDO
Are Holding Night and Day Sessions.
Telephone Manager licsigns to Co
to Phoeniv, Ariyozin.
Alamogordo, N. M., July . Commis
sioners' court Is In session. The com
missioners are very busy, even holding
nlsrlif spsslnns- Thfi hnsin?t? hfore
the court Is the matter of adjusting the J EI PASO IS xow TIIE
assessment of taxes. HOMC OF A
Miss Florence Comfort, of El Paso
is here visiting Miss Hermione Hawkins,
daughter of postmaster Hawkins.
D. F. Papot has resigned as man
ager for the TrI-State Telephone com
pany at this place to take a position
with the Consolidated Telephone and
Electric company of Phoenix, Arizona.
This food may be used as a substitute for meat, as it
contains all the food elements which give strength and
energy. Made from Wheat, Rice, Oats and Barley.
Ask your Grocer.
CARRIZOZO HAS FEVER
EPIDEMIC PERSONAL NEWS.
Carrizozo, N. M., July 8. William
Spence, Rudolf Schulz and Stephen Pe
derson, who have been working at
Clarence Spence's sheep ranch, are ill
with typhoid fever. Daniel Boone,
Southwestern night yardmaster, has
been sent to the railway hospital at
Alamogordo suffering with typhoid
Mr. ana Mrs. S. G. Major and daugh
ter, Gertrude, accompanied by Mrs
Anna Easton, all of Kearney, Mo., are
visiting with Mrs. H. B. Dawson, a
nieco of Mrs. Major's.
Miss Elizabeth Carson, of El Paso,
is visiting Mrs. F.W. Guerney.
Mrs. A. H. Harvey and Mrs. Mudge
gave a shower today in honor of Miss
Willie Hiidebrandt, who is to be mar
ried on July 15 in El Paso to train
master H. S. Fairbanks.
SAFFORD LODGES INSTAL f
OFFICERS PERSONAL NEWS.
Safford, Ariz., July 8. At the regular
instalatlon ceremonies of the Odd Fel
low and Rebekah lodges, the following
officers were installed: R. J. Fitz
maurice, P. G.; J. N. Stratton, N. G.;
Weaver, Brier, V. G.; Fred Blake, R. S.
N. G.; L. S. Hornbuckle, L. S. N. G.;
R. D. Williams, I. G.; Will Thorpe, war
den; Mrs. Fitzmaurice, P. G.; Miss Mae
Dowdle, N. G.; Mrs. Margaret N. Brier,
V. G.; Mrs. Katherine Stratton, con
ductor; Mrs. L. J. Broshears, I. G.; Fred
Blake, O. G.; Miss Daisy McCullom,
Rev. and Mrs. C. Wardlaw have gone
to Los- Angeles, where their daughter,
Miss Jessie, will join them.
J. C. Robinson has gone to his cattle
ranch 30 miles south, where he will
Assistant cashier Jas. S. Abbott, of
the Bank of Safford, has gone to Globe
to join a hunting party in the White
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Amos Cook,
of Layton. a daughter.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Lightle, of Globe,
are guests at the Anderson ranch.
Mrs. A. R. Goldman, a grammar
school teacher, has gone to her old
home in Iowa for the summer.
Mrs. J. N. Robinson and son Robert
have returned to their home in Globe
after a visit here with Mrs. Robinson's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. George S. An
drus. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Crandall, of
Thatcher are visiting with Mr. Cran
Fern Thum is staying with her
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Col-ton.
El Paso now has a real agricultural
paper. It is the Business-Farmer and
is published by the Farmer Publish
ing company, 103 Chihuahua street. C.
C. Hanley Is the editor of the new
publication, which appears on the 5th
and 20th of each month. The policy
of the farm paper is announced in a
line of type on the first page which
reads: "Devoted to the interests of
those who live In the country and those
who want to." The number which ap
peared on July 5th is bound in plate
paper and is filled with interesting in
formation about the El Paso and Me
silla valley. The Business-Farmer Is
a booster for El Paso and the El Paso
EL PASOAN INSPECTS 3IINE
IN DISTRICT NEAR SAFFORD.
Safford, Ariz., July 8. W. H. Vance,
of El Paso, and C. A. Cass, of New
York City, have returned from the
Lindsay copper mines in the Clark dis
trict, where they went to make exami
nations for a company in New York.
Peter Anderson, who Is interested in
the claims, accompanied them. The
mines are owned by the estate of the
late James P. Lindsay.
ROOSEVELT TO MAKE
SPEECH FOR BEVEUIXJGE.
Oyster Bay, N. Y., July S. Albert J.
and the senator from Indiana have
been pulling together as far as ad
ministration policies are concerned.
AS8AYSES & CHEMISTS
Ore Shippers ' Agents
Melt and Refine, or Purchase,
Gold and Silver in any form. Corre
spondence invited. Strictlv confidential.
C. W. WINSLOW & CO.,
304 San Francisco St., Fl Paso, Texas.
Boverldge, TJ. S. senator from Indiana, j Sndpend?li ASSajf OUIQ9
and one of the most prominent and con- fg " established tsss.
sistent of the progressive Republicans, i
came down from Sagamore Hill yester
day afternoon with a promise from
Theodore Roosevelt to deliver a cam
paign speech in his fight for reelection I Ji&
to the senate. Mr. Beveridge departed
contented and smiling, but he left it
for the colonel to make the announce
ment of the proposed campaign speech
in the senator's behalf. And this Is
what Mr. Roosevelt said
"Mr. Foulke and Mr. Sift came to
Sagamore Hill last night and spent
the night here. They came to request
me to go to Indiana and speak for
senator Beveridge. I promised them i 8
that I would." !
In his fight for the senatorship Bev- ! 8
eridge Is placing, himself squarely -
D. "VT. Rzcxuaet. EX, Proprietor.
Agent for Ors Shippers Assays ar.4
Chemical Analysis. Mines Examined
nnd Reported' Upon. Bullion Work a
Office 22ii Laboratory:
Ccr. Saa Fnacio & CifcaafcaaSte.
L fa?o- -rsxas-
Custom Assay Office
CRITCHETT & FERGUSON,
Successors to Hughes & Critchett,
Assayers, Chemists, Metallurgists. I
Agents for Ore Shippers.
C22i San Francisco St. Phone 324.
ALTO PERSONAL NEWS.
Alto, N. M.. July 8. Mrs. T. J. Mc
Donald, who has been ill, is improving.
John Phillips has gone to Roswell.
Mrs. Marshall West has moved to
Alto to be with her children while they
are here attending school.
nourishment at the Hair
Soots and often to an excess
of dandruff on the scalp.
Hay's Hair Health Used
regularly, invifforates Hair
roots, cleanses the scalp of
dandruff, and in this way
stops falling hair and stimu
lates a healthy growth.
"I thought of writing yon
some time ago about the trnly
remarkable results I haTe
obtained from the liberal use
of Hay's Hair Health.
I have only words of praise
for such a wonderful remedy.
My hair ocean to fall out at
a verly earlv age Hay's Hair
Health, In a very short time.
covered my scalp with a
splendid errowth of hair.
Chas. J. Bi-dlong,
Phcnix. R. I."
Is moS a dye
Send 2c for books "The Care of the Hairand
Sldn." Philo Hay Spec. Co., Newark, N. J,
TJ. S. A., and Toronto. Can.
QEFUSE ALL SUBSTITUTES
SI gi:3 50Co Sso2tIes9 at firnggSst?
.Knoblauch Drag Co.
LOW PRICES ON GROCERIES AT
THE BIG CENTRAL GROCERY
no norz S3
3 large cans Pioneer Milk
4 2-lb. cans Baltimore To
3 lbs. fancy Head Rice
5 lbs. Broken Head Rice
Nice fresh Peaches,
American Lady Flour, 24
Ib. sack for
3 pkgs. Macaroni or Spa- r g
gihetti for DC
Genuine Peabcrry Coffee, o Ff
per lb &DC
Blue Ribbon Coffee, o ?
per Ih 5 O C
Baxrington Hall, Steel Cut A (
Coffee, per lb WC
Ice Tea Blends (Mended by 7Ef
an expert) per lb. 35c, 50c &. i)C
Gold Com Flour, 24- fO
lb. sack for UVC
We deliver to East El Paso every Tuesday and Friday.
To Highland Park every Wednesdav.
STANDARD GROCERY CO.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.,
Bell Phones S67 and 348. Auto 1901. 208-210-212 St. Louis St
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