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Friday, September 2, 1910,
REMOVAL SALE! I
Groceries at Cost and Less
We must move in a few days and will sacrifice our
stock rather than move it
PRICES THAT TALK
Xenv Crop Xatiqnal Oats
25c Catsup -
75c Pint Schraim Fruit Jars
90c Quart Schram Fruit Jars
25c pkg. Gold Dust
25c pkg. Citrus Washing
10c bar Amole Soap
10c bar Lee's Favorite Soap
15c bar H. & H. Soap
35c bottle Imported Olive
30c bottle California Olive ey -a
Uil f ox &ilC
65c bottle Imported Olive yg O
Oil -for frOC
$1.00 can Imported Olive Oil f f
15c pkg. Sago O
12 lbs. Sweet Potatoes
Bell Phone 797: Auto 1797.
Close to all theatres
for &s& v w 1 v J.QL VI C 4-3
URY H, ROEERSON,
But a few minutes of all rail-way stations- The cars to all
suburban places of amusement, the mountains and beaches pass the
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Send 10 cents silver for sample copy of
Mexico Today Magazine
EXICO TODAY MAGAZINE
Apartado 5 Bis, Mexico D. F.
PLENTY Of M-mWk
EL PASO PI)!
There is more food value in one quart
of El Paso Pure Milk than there is in
one pound of the choicest porterhouse
steak. El Paso Pure Milk is pure
milk. It comes from inspected, con
tented cows, -and is treated by the most
scientific methods. Delivered to you
In sterilized airtight bottles.
EL PASO DAIRY CO.
Phones: BeU 340; Auto. 1150.
Office 314 N. Oregon.
El Fas Pasteur insiiiuf e
For Preventive Trentmeal
.723 SAX AXTOXIO STREET.
Phone 2340 R. 1. Res., 3457
YOU AEE MISTAKEN
when yon figure that it pays
to buy cheap and inferior
feed. We wish to impress
you with the fact that it
doesn't. Take for instance
yourself. Do you feel right
and can you do a satisfac
tory day's work on poorj
food ? Certainly not. (
Then how do vou expect your horses and
mules to give you satisfactory service
when you don't feed them well? Buy,'
your feed here where you get quality
at a reasonable price. 7
Third and Chihuahua "Sta
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! H . ia&MgSS;
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15c can Oysters
10c can Spices (aijy kind)
40c jar Pickles, quarts,
20c can Shilling's Baking
loc can Pears
30c canIdeal Coffee
, 40c can Electra Coffee
4 doz. Clothes Pins
2 oz. bottle Dr. Price's Ex
tract (except vanilla)
50c glass Wash Boards
40c Blue Enamel Wash
10c cake Monkey Brand
15c can 'Franco American
25c can Franco American
40c can Franco American
209 N. Stanton St.
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POIRTH AT 3IAIA ST.
and in heart of business district.
On the shady side of Oregon St., opp.
Postoffice. Quality Sweets. Properly
Shone Orders Promptly Delivered.
BeU 1000. Auto. 1158.
iitdpfiden$ Assay Office
D. W. Ekckha2t. E M., Proprietor.
Agent for Qre Shippers Assays and
Chemical Analysts. Mines Examined
and Reported Upon. Bullion Work a
Specialty. P. 0. Pox 8e
Office arid Laboratory:
Cor. San P;3fi6ca a Ch&'tafeaSfc,
L PAS"J- TEXAS.
i CRITCHETT & FERGUSON,
Successors to Hughes & Critchett.
Agents for Ore Shippers.
322 San Francisco St. Phone 324.
Ore Shippers' Agents
Melt and Refine, or Purchase,
Gold and Silver in any form. Corre
gondence invited. Strictly confidential
10. W. WINSLOW & CO.,
S04 San Francisco St., EI Paso. Texas.
t At linmp n"fHn hftftftr nrpnarpH tVinn
ever to "satisfy my old and new cus
tomers The reliable contractor,
W- W. Greek
1209 Nevada St.
Bell Phone 1045.
Cars Called For and Delivered.
"PROjIPT SERVICE AKD
Give Is a Trial.
DELAXEY S: AI.KIRE.
SIS Issroffin. Bell 1270.
Difference of Opinion About
Who "Was to Blame for
Mogollon, N. M., Aug. 31.
Editor El Paso Herald:
Your dispach dated Socoiro, N. M,
IAug. 27, is entirely at variance with the
f facts about the murder of Charles Clark
of this place. Mr. Huntington, an em
ploye of the Socorro' mines, -swore out
a warrant for the arrest of J. A. Beal,
a mounted policeman, charging him
with issuing a challenge to fight a duel.
Justice of the peace Sorrensen issued
the -warrant and placed it in the hands i
of Mr. Clark for service. Beal and Put
man got news that the warrant had
been issued, and Friday evening came
down from the Socorro mines, where
they had been stopping, apparently in
tending .to resist the warrant, make
trouble for Clark and judge Sorrensen,
and bulldoze the people. Beal went into
Clark's saloon, and Clark invited him
to have a drink. After the drink, Clark
took Beal a little to one side and handed
i him the warrant, all in a very quiet,
armed at the time. Beal, after reading
the warrant, thrust it into his pocket,
and sweaijng vilely, said, "No man can
arrest me, "$ will arrest you," at the
same time drawing his gun. Clark
stepped to one side and Beal passed out
at the door, and immediately he and
Putnam opened fire on Clark. It is--be-lieved
that Putman fired the first shot,
and that Beal fired the fatal shot,
though they both" claimed the honor of
doing the murder. Clark did not fire a
shot, and in his dying statement says
he did not.
Some of our mounted policemen seer?
to think that they have "divine rights"
and are above the law.
Neither the mounted police nor any
one else ever suspected Mr. Clark of
complicity in the murder of Jose Do
monguez, the stage driver.
We have been peaceable citizens here
at Mogollon.- We will welcome the
presence of officers who ' have sense
enough to be themselves law abiding
citizens, but we deplore the presence of
men clothed with official .authority,
whiletheir only qualification for office
seems to be their reputations as bad
men and killers.
C. H. Kirkpatrlck,
And many citizens.
THE OTHER SIDE.
Socorro, N. M., Aug. 31, 1910.
Editor El Paso Herald:
Sheriff Sanchez, of Socorro county,
and mounted police sergeant John Col
lier arrived here this morning on the
1:30 xrain, having in charge mounted,
police officer A. J. Beal and constable
R. G.- Putnam, of Mogollon. Last Sat
urday morning sheriff Sanchez received
a telegram notifying him of a shoot
ing which had occurred in Mogollon
in which Charles Clark lost his life
and immediately the sheriff went to
the scene ofthe killing, together with
officer Coliler, and found things look
ing menacing for the two officers, Beal
and Putman, and the air was filled
i "with threats, as it has been since the
last holdup and killing -ifI5ominguez.
In an interview with the officers the
following facts were elicited: On last
Friddy night about 10 or 11 oclock
officer Beal was passing the saloon
I rim by Charles Clark, and Clark in
formed Beal that he wanted to have
a word with him and asked him to
step inside the saloon. Beal followea
Clark and the latter walked to the
rear of the saloon, Beal following him
and Clark then got out a paper which
he stated was a wrarrant issued by Sor
enson for BeaFs arrest charging him
with challenging another paJrty to a
duel. Beal told Clark' that he would
answer that or any charge they wished
to bring against him in the morning
at the proper time and started out of
the saloon, and noticing that Clark
had a six shooter in his 'hand was very
cautious and backed toward the door.
Says Clark Fired First.
Clark laid the gun down and Beal
believed that would be the iast of It;
however, just upon reaching the door.
: Clark reached behind it and got hold
of a Winchester which was hidden
there and raised it toiis Vaoulder, but
before he could take aim Beal shouted
to Putman, who was sitting down
about 20 steps from the saloon and in
timated that he was In danger. Put
man stepped up briskly during which
time Clark had fired one shot which
went between Beal and Putman and
it was then that Beal fired, hitting
Clark's left arm as it was outstretched
and still holding the Winchester, and
"he ball passed through Clark's left
rm, grazing the chest and then fol
"wed a course penetrating the right
Mulder and almost simultaneously
utman fired one shot which entered
a. enxerea i
,;e body of Clark and did so only after)
seeing the danger to which Beal was
t-zposed. Clark fell and there was no
more shooting so far as the tragedy
i is concerned, but on the road Beal's
CO-30 automatic went off accidentally,
which accounts for the fourth shot
fired, that being all that is any evi
dence of having been heard on that
Former justice of the peace Soren-
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sy, diabetes and Bright's dlseease fol
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I. A. Allen, 305 S. Kansas street, El
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cause sore feet. Powders and other
remedies merely clog up the pores. TIZ
cleanses them out and keeps them
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feel better the very first time it's used.
Use it a week and you can forget you
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Is for sale at all druggists 25 cents
per box or direct, if you wish, from
Walter Luther Dodge & Co., Chicago,
111. Recommended and sold by Knob
lauch Drug Co., Inc.
son, who. had been notified prior to
this that he would have to resign or
proceedings would be filed against him
for malfeasance in office, sent in his
resignation, although he had. refused to
do so before and it was received by
telegraph soon after the tragedy. Oth
ers who had held commissions as dep
uty sheriffs in Mogollon 'bad their com
missions revoked. Charles Clark had
at one time been commissioned as a
deputy sheriff, and after the arrest of j
Estes and Day, his commission, with j
others, was canceled on the 20th of ;
August as disclosed by the records i
prior to'the shooting.
William Day, who is now and was
incarcerated in the county jail -here at
a time before the killing, made a
statement in which he said the bad ele
ment at Mogollon had threatened seri
ous injury at least to the members of
the mounted police if they were called
in to run tSiat camp, and that they
did not propose to have them come
thore and close them up. Information
has been received from other sources
which shows that the feeling in Mogol
lon against the investigation of the
j killing of Jose Dominguez was strong- i
! lv resented, although n. few of the '
citizens did go out on horseback look
ing for the fugitive or fugitives and
this resentment was directed particu
larly against the mounted police and
it is also claimed by recent visitors
to the camp that there was a senti
ment against the sheriff's department.
Conditions Are Bad.
,. ,c ,f . . ...
tions at Mogollon have been anything
Within the past few weeks condi-
but peaceable, there having occurred
one robbery, two holdups and the kill
ing of Jose Dominguez before tihls
shooting, and taking Into considera
tion the population of Mogollon this is
a bad indication. A person who Is
said to have been near the scene of
the killing of Charles Clark states
that Clark fired the first shot and this
statement Is corroborated. Officers
and others tvho have been at Mogollon
since the killing are emphatic in their
statement that Beal and Putman did
what any other officers would have
done under like circumstances. That
Clark was not such a peaceful and de
sirable citizen has been attested to by
William Day and Estes, who have made
statements regarding him and his con
duct before his demise, and they claim
to have known him pretty well, having
been frequent visitors at the saloon and
joined In numerous poker games with
Clark night after, night.
It is claimed that there are 25 or 30
people anxious to appear against Beal
and Putman as witnesses, although
there were only two witnesses to the
tragedy outside of the principals, and
this anxiety, 't is said, Is an Indication
of the dosire of a certain element of
Mogollon to get rid of the officers who
were sent ln their midst by the county!
officials of Socorro county to remedy
. , h..i. ,, ,,,a
,, n,.ay.nrr,a t,,,.-..
of vicious government. Burnside. for
merly constable at Mogollon, but 'who
resigned after the arrest of Estes,
stated today that during his incum
bency he had' also been threatened at
the point of a gun for trying to enforce
law and order in the camp. For a while
after Clark's death it looked as though
Beal and Putman would have another
fight for their lives and it was only due
to the arrival of other officers that
stringent measures were not taken.
This is how conditions there are said to
be, taken from tho reports of officers
and disinterested parties familiar with
Capt. Fornofrs Statement.
Capt. Fred Fornoff, in an interview
this morning said: "This tragedy is the
result of a combat between law and
order and the vicious forces, which, un
fortunately, prevail in nearly all iso
lated mountain camps and a desire by ,
ll KO.I AlamATlf ffY TtlV AftAM AAtlJt !
tions. The dive has had a terrible ef
fect in Mogotlon as they have had in all
communities where they are permitted
to exist. My men are in the Mogollon
mountains at the request of the law
officers of Socorro county, including
the sheriff and district attorney and
the men who represent Industrial en
terprises tributary to Mogollon. I will
use every endeavor to preserve peace
and order in Mogollon or any other dis
trict where I am called upon to con
trol similar conditions in accordance
with my duties and know the men with
me will do the same.
"The people who profited most by
the wide open conditions existing in
Mogollon are the loudest in their de
nunciation of the acts of Beal and Put
man and every effort that has been
made by others to preserve peace and
order in that camp. They are taking
extraordinary care to be active against
these mon but after the hold-up of the
two Mexican women and the robbery
there was little sorrow or feeling in
the affair but rather the camp was
alive with some jubilant pleasures that
Ni 9 JP 1 m
ations is .a Hash or
but MfT& H!GH PRICED
l v JL Market jJEi)fiLa
Some people seem to hold the idea that because
this market demands the highest standard in every
thing connected with it that it is, necessarily, a high
priced market. To the contrary, by reason of our per
fect organization we are enabled to do the largest
business at the minimum cost. Too, the volume of
business done eanbies us'to take less profit on many
items than can the concern doing a smaller business.
Make the Experiment Yourself
If you have never been a patron of Nations', suppose during
the month of September that yfiiKtry fhis statement out.
See if throughout the month you do not get better things to
eat and in the aggregate pay less, or, at the most, not any
more than yen are now paying for an indifferent service.
The following meat specials for "tomorrow represent
the best qualities to which are joined the lovest
prices. If you have not previously taken advantage -of
the special low prices offered at this niarkefeach
Saturday, suppose you begin tomorrow.
SPECIAL NO. 1
Tenderloin and Porter
house Steaks, per pound
SPECIAL HO. 3 Brisket Stew, on sale
tomorrow, 4 pounds for
night; again, when Dominguez was
killed the sympathizers were few and
those who were willing to lend any
aid "were the better element of citizens
of logollon, and in many instances the
officers who have gone to Mogollon for
the purpose of bettering conditions
have been hindered rather than assist-
ed b those who were ln a position to
help them. Especially is this so in re
gard to tho Investigation of the recent
hold-ups had there."
Li. R. Lewis.
HORN SILVER FOUND
IN TOMBSTONE CAMP
"M" AT AFills RaTS That A 11V-
one kjeocl luaKe a r oruuie
With Little Work.
2L M. Mills, an old time miner and
prospector, now in the Tombstone dis
trict of Arizona, where he has been the
past four months, writes that it is the
only camp where he has been that ho
has found native and horn silver; and
that sylvanite, gold, lead and copper
will be the main product in the depth.
In the south end of the district, lead oc
curs in two forms, he says, galena and
carbonates, tho carbonates carrying sil
ver in very high values and some gold.
Iron is found in three forms: hematite,
cromium and manganese. Gold Is a rare
.thing to find in its free state, while
native or motalic silver crops on the
surface in many places. The formation
compares with that of Bisbee and Clif
ton, while the quartzite has been neg
lected where the copper will be found.
As Tombstone Is a high grade silver
camp, silver may occur in the copper,
as it shows from the surface.
"Before going further," says Mr. Mills,
"I flatter myself as being the best
posted prospector in this camp, as I
have visited almost every shaft from
I a f ive fot depth.'to as deep as they go,
and have tested the same a$ ' to the
values and the kind" of machinery to
leave the tailings free from the values, '
and willfurther say unhesitatingly,
that I am not afraid to meet the best
experts on tne grouna wnnout tear that
my statements will be contradicted, and
I fully believe that if any one who
wishes to use enough to instal a small
amount of machinery and is conserva
tive, he can make profits over and
above expenses, and develop a fortune.
goes into Ice Cream
costs much more
than it used to, un
less it is made from
"When it is mide from Jell-0 Ice
Cream Powder, Ice Cream does not
cost as much as it did ten years ago.
The price of Jell-0 Ice Cream Pow
der never goes up.
Ice Cream, made from Jell-0 Ice
Cream Powder, is the lowest-priced
luxury on earth.
Flavors: Van ilia, Strawberry. Lemon.
Chocolate, and Unflavored.
At Grocers', 2 packages 23 cents.
Beautiful Recipe Book Free. Address,
The Genesee Pore Fcod Co., Le Roy, N. Y.
SPECIAL NO. 2
Eismarck Rolled E oasts,
tomorrow, per pound
only the cheapest kind of machinery be
ing necessary. I will say further that
this camp' will bear inspection, being
only in its infancy, as in only one small
place, has depth been attained. The
camp being now on a railroad, makes
it convenient for the delivery of min
ing supplies, and the ore shipper has
no distance to cart his ore.
"The Tombstone camp has many
prospectors now looking the country
through and many new locations have i
been made in the last 30 days, so that
the outlook for the camp has greatly
improved in the last few weeks.
"A terrific rain and hail storm fell
dong a lot of damage to the flume that
carries water from the mines."
FISCAL, AGENT MOVES.
Swan T. Olsen, fiscal agent of the
reclamation service, who has had an
office at the local quarters of the serv
ice since the ! work on the Elephant
Butte project was stopped a year
ago, has gone to the site of the danj
and will be on duty there until the
plant is completed. He was accompan
ied by his family.
HIHIANE SOCIETY 7IEETS.
Tho Humane society will hold a
meeting Friday evening at S oclock to
discuss a number of important mat
ters pertaining to the work of thp
k BEAUTIFUL COMPLEXION
IN TEN DAYS
The supreme beauty re
quisite, is erdorsed by
bani ;hes, tan.sallowness,
freckles, pimples, liver
spots and other facial
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case in 20 days. Rids the i
pores and tissues of ail'i
impurities, leaves the
skin clear, soft and healthy.
Directions and Guarantee in each package. 50c.
and $1.00 by high class Toilet Counters or Mail.
P?eerwJ fey HATI0NAL TOILET CO., Paris, Teae
"Sold by Kelly & Pollard and Other
FSii oummer i
Everybody has Ms own Slimmer Concerts at Home,
if he owns an
VICTOR TALKING MACHINE
Buy one on the Easy Payment Plan.
G. Walz Company
Talking Machine Dept.
August Records Now on Sale.
-Sr "?"H f 3
Cucumbers, Egg Tkvnt,
Brussels Sprouts, Auguacotes,
Large Bell Peppers, Green Chili,
String Beans, Okra,
Solid White Cabbage, Green Peas,
.Green Lima Heans, Mint,
Valley Sweet Spuds, Parsley,
Large Spanish Onions, Beets,
California Fresh Tomatoes, Carrots,
California Celery, Los Rios Lettuce,
Fresh Valley Asparagus
Green Onions. Green Corn,
Large White Radishes-, Turnips.
California Navel Oranges,
Well Cured Lemons,
Large California Eating Apples,
VaHey Cooking Apples,
Large Valley Eating Pears,
Valley Cooking Pears.
Mesilla Valley Cantaloupes
Mesilla Valley Peaches,
Valley White and Black Grapes,
Large California Grape Fruit,
Large California Pineapples,
California Fresh Figs (black),
California Red Plums,
California Fresh Prunes,
Large Valley Watermelons Ion ice
Tfcree Brands that Reflect
the Standard of this Market
Tea and Coffee
imjmUJUJdHjMHtt.M.i Hill I I MBgMSa B
Sleeping Cars to
St. Louis, Mo.
OIL BURXIXG- LOCOMOTIVES
City Ticket Office
St Regis Hotel
"The Philippines as I Saw
Them," by General James F.
Smith, ex-Governor of the Philip
pines, and "California's Black
Gold, the Romance of the Oil
Wells," by Walter V. Weelke. In
Sunset Tlagazine for August, no"vrflj
on sale at all news stands, fifteen
103 El Paso Street.
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