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Wednesday, August 17, 1910. 5
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THESE SHOES are made by the Best Craftsmen and in the Best Factories of the United States. "While in the East our Buyer, Mr. Lerner, was offered an
opportunity to purchase the ENTIRE STOCK of Ladies1 Oxford Ties and Pumps from one of the foremost Manufacturers and Jobbers in Boston, at 60 cents
on the dollar. Included in this lot are full lines of Wichert & Gardiners' high-gra&e shoes. This is no OPQS AND EMPS Qr Summer Clearance Sale. We have
all sizes and styles to suit the most fastidious. It will pay the ladies to come to this sale and benefit by the splendid bargains we are offering. Come early and
be carefully fitted. Our ability to fit every customer satisfactorily is making many future patrons for us.
Ladies' fine patent kid pumps, made on the latest short vamp last and ankle
fit, perforated tip, hand sewed extension soles and Cuban heels.
"Wiekert & Gardiner s latest New York style.
Regular $5.00. Sale price ;
Same shoe as above in the new soft leathers,
a nm ciemi ffiaze. nana sewed extension soles ana
Cuban heels, Wiekert & Gardiner's make. A verv soft and
eas walking shoe. Regular $5.50."
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Ladies' patent kid Oxfords,
with a black cloth top, hand
curuea soies ana ijuoan neeis. (P
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Lflf M& A ladies' patent colt pumps with the newest
Ul 11 Uk f land of a buckle, impossible to wear off , hand
turned soles and Cuban heels, hue of the latest short vamp
models. Adjustable strap. Regular $5.00 rt f
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Ladies' black suede pumps, a strle never shown in Eh Paso, fancy perforated tip
and two straps, hand sewed extension soles and Cuban heels. , ( rii Ef
Reg-ular $5.00. Sale price JJO
Same style as above in patent kid, with hand
sewed soles and Cuban heels.- Fancv -perfor
ated tip and two straps. Regular $5.00. - - d n
Same style in all dull leather.
Regular $5.00. Sale price
8 Ladies' dull
calf and vici
Oxfords, on a very stylish short
vamp last, extended soles and
Cuban heels, an ideal walking
shoe. Regular $3.00. (jj i g
Sale price P I 05
' Ladies' pat colt pumps, slightly extended soles
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shoe. Regular $3.00. Sale price . p 1 9OD
Remember these are not short lines. We have all sizes. Come
early and we will see that you are properly fitted.
-215 El Paso Street
and the Mesilla Valley
notified and about four hours later the
horse was found on the mesa between
here and Organ. The animal showed
that it had ben used rather badly but
was not materially injured. The officers
have a good clue which they think will
lead to the discovery of the thief.
NEW WELLS II WE 3EEX
BROUGHT IX AT ARTESIA,
AT 'MESILLA PARK
.Professor Simpson Conducts
Experiments on Hog
I-as Cruces, N. M., Aug. 17. Professor
Simpson, of the Agricultural college, is
conducting -a series of experiments to
firid the Value of alfalfa pasture for the
raising of 'pigs. There are a number of
different breeds being carried through
to d'scover which breed is the best for
the conditions as they exist in this ter
ritory . The experiment will also be car
ried farther in order to show conclu
sively what amount Qf grain can be
rrof'tably fed to pigs which are being
car "led on alfalfa pasture. The experi
ment will close on Sept. 1, by -which I
kllUC 11 LIIUUqIIL LllilL 1U1I UU-lii. M 111 UC
secured relative to the matter.
Professor Simpson's department is
also conducting, a series of experiments
with dairy cows in order to determine
whether or not it is profitable to feed
grain to cows on alfalfa and pasture.
This experiment was conducted last
year with a finding that the increase
in milk and butter fat from the addition
of a grain ration was not sufficient to
offset the cost of the grain. The ex-
iYin frtrmsr nrtn
This department is now planning to
utart an experiment with chickens with
a view to finding out' whether or not
caponizing is profitable hero.
TO BE READY IX SEPTE3IBER
Trees Are Planted Alonj? the Road and
Plenty of Water for Irrigation Pur
poses Hsh Been Developed.
- Las Cruces, X. M., Aug. 17. The new
driveways at the New Mexico Agricul
tural college are rapidly assuming
shape and will be completed about the
middle of September. F. McClure, high
way engineer with the department of
agriculture at "Washington, is in per-
sonaj charge of the work. The drive-
ways are being graded and will then
be graveled. After the gravel has been
rolled a, coating of California crude oil
will be spread over the surface. The
work Is being done in a thorough man
ner and will last for many years. Tho
trees which have been placed on the
campus and along the drives are doing
nicely and within two years will be giv
ing much needed shade. There is plenty
of water being developed by the college
pumping plant on the mesa and it will
be used unsparingly In beautifying the
WATER PROMISED FOR
STOCKYARDS AT LAS CRUCES
Las Cruces. X. M., August 17. Some
time ago the chamber of commerce
agitated the plan of having the Santa
Fe railroad place a watering trough at
the Las Cruces stockyards. While W.
R. Brown, general freight and passen
ger agent of the Santa Fe at El Paso
was in the city he told the members of
the chamber that he had been assured
that tho water would be piped to the
LAS CRUCES JUDGE
HAS GOOD WHEAT
Las Cruces, N. M., Aug. 17. Judge
Frank W. Parker has just completed
threshing three acres of wheat which he
had raised this year on his country
home north of Las Cruces . The three
acres yielded 164 bushels or practically
55 bushels to the acre. Considering the
dry year and the scarcity of water this
is even a better yield than the figures
Beem to indicate. Next year there will
be thousands of acres put In wheat in
this valley, as people are just waking
up to the fact that it is a sure crop
and brings big yields.
FOR FALL OPENING
Principles and Practic
The care, efficiency and promptness to
which we strictlv adhere l-m. otVpti hi
I banking institution a reputation for sound
lmaiiciai wjsaom ana rair dealing.
New accounts, subject to' check, whether
large or small, are cordiallv invited.
Capital and Surplus, $240,000.00
LAS CRUCES DAILY RECORD.
Las Cruces, N. M., Aug. 17. The fol
lowing deeds and. o-ther papers of record
have been filed in the office of the re
corder of Dona Ana county:
J. T. Miller to C. L. Head, of Dallas,
Tex., warranty deed to lots 46 and 4S in
block 8 of Miller's Esperanza addition
to the town of Las Cruces. Considera
tion, $1 and other valuable considera
tions. Sunshine Valley company of New
Mexico to Manuel Hernandez, warranty
deed to lots 22 and 24 in block 15 of
Mesa Heights addition No. 2 to the town
of Las Cruces. Consideration 70.
Sunshine Valley company of New
Mexico to Frank McDanlels, warranty
deed to lots 9, 10, 11 and 12 In block
17 of Mesa Heights addition No. 2 to
the town of Las Cruces. Consideration.
Francisoo Sanches to Pilar G. Luna,
warranty deed to 43 feet by 70 feet off
of lot 3 in block' 33 of the original
townsite of Las Cruces. Consideration,
Trinidad Aguirre, Mariano Aguirre,
Carmen Aguirre de Montero and Annie
Aguirre de Nevarez the "widow, children
and legal heirs of Modesto Aguirre, de
ceased, to Pilar G. Luna, warranty deed
to a parcel of land in Las Cruces, 25
varas long and 50 varas wide. Consid
Oscar Lohman and Alice B.. his wife,
to Casimlro Candelaria, warranty deed
to lots 19 and 20 in block 3 of the un
allotted lands of the Mesilla Civil Col
ony grant. Consideration, $1500.
James T. Smith to Elizabeth Ligglns,
of El Paso, warranty deed to lots 41.
42, 43 and 44 in block 10 of Sunny Slope
addition to the town of Las Cruces.
Consideration. $1 and other valuable
Satisfaction of HortRasre.
Satisfaction of mortgage ha? been
filed by Sarah Ethel Maclver by which
she releases mortgage given by Ven
Professors and Students at
College Already Ar-
Las Cruces, N. M., Aug. 17. The New
Mexico College of Agriculture- and Me
chanic Arts is preparing for the open
ing of the fall term, which will be in
two weeks. The grounds are being
cleaned, the buildings freshened up with
paint and a general overhauling taking
place. The professors and assistants are
beginning to arrive and next week will
see many of the students on the
grounds. From present indications this
5ear will see the largest enrolment in
the history of the institution. Among
the new members of the faculty are the
Miss Pearl C. Miller, a graduate of
the class of 1904 and who has been with'
eastern institutions for the pabt three
years, will be the new head of the de
partment of household economics; Prof.
G. J. Kyle, of University of Chicago,
professor of English; J. "W. Rigney,
student assistant in horticulture; Miss
Ruth Thompson, of Throop Polytechnic
Institute of California, assistant in
household economics; Thurlow Lieur
ance, of Fredonia. Kas., musical direct
or; R. "tt. Elliott, of Brookings, S. D.,
assistant in the department of engineer
ing; S. S". Hookland, of De? Moines, la.,
assistant in the department of commerce.
ASSURED FOR LAS CRUCES
Las Cruces, N. M., August 17. After
considerable correspondence with the
"Wells-Fargo Express company, the Las
Cruces chamber of commerce has at
last received asurance from the com
pany that it will instal a city office as
soon as arrangements can be made. The
only office now 'operated by the Wells
Fargo company js located at the Santa
Fe depot, necessitating the carrying of
all express packages there. Under the
new plan the office will be located on
tho main stret and will be a great convenience.
El Paso School
Upper Intermediate, full high school, a.ndi.
vanced elective courses. Theory, pfs.ct!e
and appreciation of .music under tho best
Instructor. ReIdent director of phJlcal
training and outdoor sports.
MISS SLATER-MISS TAPEL, Principals.
520 Prospect Ave. EI Pao, Texas.
CRUCES PRIMARIES TODAY.
Las Cruces, N. M., Aug. 17. The Re
publicans of Dona Ana county are hold
ing their primaries today to select.dele
gaes to the county convention. The
Democrats will hold their primaries
Mutt and Jeff are witlt us; Another
appearance today on sport page.. Every
day in The Herald Hereafter.
OLD TI3IE BLACKSMITH .
BUYS RACK SHOP
Las Cruces, N. M., Aug. 17. John J.
Cluin has just closed a deal by which
he is the owner of the Dan Neese black
smith shop. Cluin is one of the familiar
figures of Las Cruces. having been in
the blacksmith business here for many
years. About two years ago, he was
compelled to sell out and has spent the
intervening time In California and at
various springs. He has now recovered
his health and will take charge of the
old shop tomorrow.
VALUABLE HORSE LOST AND
RECOVERED AT CRUCES
Las Cruces, N. M August 17. "When
the drivers for the Bascom-Porter Hard
ware company went to the barn to get
their teams it -was discovered that one
of the large horses, which was valued
at $500, was missing. The officers were
LAS CRUCES PERSONAL " NEWS.
Las Cruces. N. M., Aug. 17. Mrs.
Anna Herron left for Wichita, Kansas,
where she will visit for some time and
then go on to eastern points for a visit
which will extend until cold weather,
when she will return to Las Cruces to
the home of her daughter, Mrs. John
Mrs. W. M. Taylor, of Organ, was a
Las Cruces visitor j'esterday.
Miss Emily Jarrett, who has been here
for some time -with Mrs. M. C. Logan,
has returned to El Paso to again take
up her work as an undergraduate nurse,
J. F. Sattley was in El Paso yester
day. Dr. W. C. Field went to El Paso yes
terday on business.
J. I. McCullough, of the Stephenson
Bennett mine, was an El Paso visitor
Hugh- Clary, returned yesterday from
a business trip to Hatch and Rincon.
W. A. Lassell, formerly with the
Brown Bessie dairy herd In Wisconsin,
has arrived at the New Mexico Agri
cultural college, where he will be In
charge of the dairy department of that
institution. He is recognized as a dairy
expert and expects to bring the college
herd to its full efficiency.
Professor G. J. Kyle, wife and two
children, arrived at Agricultural ollege
yesterday. He will be the professor of
English at the college, coming here
from the University of Illinois, previous
to that having been at the University of
Prof. R. F. Hare and family will
leave about the middle of September
for Columbia university, where he will
do special experimental work in chem
istry. Prof. Hare is the United States
experimental station chemist at the col
lege. During his absence, which tvill be
the entire year, the college department
of chemistry will be in charge of Prof.
S. R. Mitchell.
Aztec lodge No. 3, A. F. & M. Masons,
will confer the Master Mason degree at
Its regular meeting on Thursday 'even
ing, Aug. 1$.
Ed Ehle and Nigel Flint started for
Soledad Canyon yesterday in an auto
mobile but only got as far as the divide,
when they stuck and had to return.
They report the mesa road badly washed
out and evidence of hard rains all the
way from Tortugas mountain to the
Doc. Mead of La Mesa, was in the
city yesterday on business. .
Sam Reynolds came up from El Paso
yesterday on business conected with the
Las Cruces railway company.
The women of the Catholic church
will hold a box social in the W. I. A.
park tomorrow evening.
C. M. Bouggy has returned from a
trip through the east.
John H. May is expected home within
the next few days. .He has been in
Chicago, Pittsburg, Philadelphia, Bos
ton and Chicago on a combined pleasure
and business excursion.
! Heavy Rains Benefit Crop and Ranjcc
Christian Temperance Union Is
Artesia, N. M.. Aug. 17. Moak &
Hess, well drillers, brought in a good j
flow of artesian water on the Smith &
Hanger land east of the Pecos river
and about two and a half miles n'orth
of the bridge spanning the river at
this point. The well flows 16 inches
.over an eight inch casing and- is 1200
feet deep. It Is the first well brought
in In this section east of the Pecos
river. Smith & Hanger, with their I
alfalfa and are getting $10.50 a ton.
uia?d J' D H Reed have r
curned from an extended visit to Okla-
noma. Kansas and Arkansas.
E. F. Cooper and familv. Miss Wil
liams and J,n McIHiany have returned,
from an outing at CloudcrofL
A. B. Jerrells and H. A. Porter are
on a business trip to the Panhandle.
E. F;. Hardwick will move the Eng
lish 'kitchen building west on his lots
to make room for his new opera Iwuse.
Price Henry sold 55 acres from his
farm to John Jump for $S0 per acre.
Rev. J. C. Gage has leased the Ar
tesia notel to Mrs. Franklin,
formerly ran the Texas house.
-ir. and Jklrs. John R. .Hods
partners control 2000 acres of land inLake Arthur, are taking In the revival
the vicinity of the well and will put
down more wells to develop their land.
About 4000 acres of land come within
the newly discovered artesian belt. i
A wind storm blew over the large
tent used by Brown and Smith for re
vival services and tore a large section
of It in shreds. A"bout 50 men and wo
men sewed up the openings So that
services were resumed.
Dr. M. P. Skeen, Olin Ragsdale. John
Enfield. Dr. J. J. Clark. Jas. Whelan
and others have returned from the bar
becue at Lovington and report a good
An inch and a half of rain visited
this section and did the crops and range
GOVERNOR MILLS IS GUEST
OF TULAROSA TOWIT.
Tularosa, X. M., Aug. 17. Governor
William Mills made a visit here to ex
governor Curry, and while here made
Judge A. B. Fall is here visiting ex
gVvernor George Curry.
W. W. Marr and Dan Shoemaker
have gone to the San Andres mountains
to work rn Mr. Shoemaker's mines.
Mrs. Ida Roberts, of Colorado
Springs, Colo., an old. resident jt Tula-
Incalculable good. The Pecos and Pe- rosa, is here visiting her mother, Mrs
Tinjsoo rK-frs are within a few feet of I J- C. Craven.
their batiks. The rain -was accompan
ied by an electrical and wind storm
which is unusual here.
A Woman's Christian Temperance
union was organized here with Mrs. J.
M. Mlllhuff president; Mrs. E. B. Kemp,
treasurer, Mrs. D. M. Elder, recording
secretary; ared Mrs. E. B. Kemp, corf
respond ing secretary. .
Farmers are at, their third cutting of
William F. Mess-man has returned
home afteV several weeks' visit in El
Mrs. George Elkins and daughter and.
Miss Marguerite Martin have gone to
Deming to visit their jmother. -
William and Fred Long dre here
Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Stacks are -visiting
pr gP$ J5
If your liver is ii:ggisn and out of
tone, and you feel dull, bilious, consti
pated, take a dose of Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets tonight be
fore retiring and you will feel all right
in the morning. Sold bj- all druggists.
Smooth, healthy skins are a rarity in Summer. Most persons are an
noyed with pimplss, boils, rashes or eruptions, while others suffer more
severely with Eczema, Acne, Tetter, Salt Rheum, or some kindred skin
disease. All skin affections come from humors and acids in the circulation.
The blood, as it circulates through the system, deposits these acids and
humors in the sensitive membranous flesh which lies just beneath the
outer skin or tissue covering tho body. This acrid matter causes
inflammation and a discharge which breaks through the delicate cuticle,
and skin diseases are the result. To cure any skin trouble the blood must
be freed from all acids and humors, and for this purpose nothing equals
S. S. S. This great blood purifier goes down into the circulation and
completely removes every particle of impurity, enriches the blood and in
this "way permanently cures skin diseases. S. S. S. cures, because it purifie3
the blood and allows it to nourish, soothe, and soften the skin instead or
irritating it with fiery acids and humors. Book on Skin Diseases and any
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H. D. Bowman, President; V. B. May Vice President; R. E. iTcBride, Sec
retary; Chares E. Miller, Anthony, X. 1L; V". W. Cox, Organ, X. iT.
THE BOWMAN BANK & TRUST CO.
This Bank is in a Position to Undertake Any Kind of Banking Business.
Will Act as Executor, Administrator, Trustee, Assignee.
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.
Las Cruces, Xow Mexico.