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EL PASO HERALD
Tuesday, September 13, 1910
The El Paso Herald
A Wonderful . Food Is Asparagus
Pew other vegetables contain so Hmch nourish
ment. None is so acceptable to the weakened
stomach. A perfect canned asparagus is a deli
cacy, both for the table and sick room; it's a sub
stantial food, grateful, comf orting, and nourishing.
We offer the "Warranty Brand," packed in 2 1-2
pound cans, this week
3 Cans for $1.00 ,
ANTOMM OLIVE OIL
Try it when vou make mayonaise or French dress
ing, then note the difference. Antonini Olive Oil
that improves the Salad. Every bottle is fully
guaranteed to be strictly pure.
35c, 65c, and $1 per bottle.
Fresh Home Made Crab Apple Jelly
Extra fine, made expressly for us.
15c glass; per dozen, $1.75
Supply yourself now; we have only a few dozen.
HEADQUARTERS FOR FRESH FRUITS AND
Phone 151. 210-212 Texas St AutoI15L
WE GET WIRELESS
Declares His .Gompany Is
Going to Send a High
Power Tower Here.
J. B. Dickinson, manager of the Texas
Fiscal agency, "underwriters, wireless
securities," writes The Herald from San
Antonio that the small wireless ma
chine recently sent here and then ship
ped away, will be replaced by a Larger
one more suitable for El Pa -so. (
"I have always endeavored todo the
right thing at all times, but have been
unfortunate in securing representa
tives," he says," and continues:
"The small machine which Mr. Beau
champ, the trustee, shipped from El
Paso to Ft. "Worth recently, will be re
placed with a high power equipment
that will work successfully between
your city and the coast, and will work
with stations in this part of -the state."
A letter from Mr. Dickinson dated
last week at San Antonio and addressed
to F. TV. DeCroix, then local agey for
the company in El Paso, said: 1.0
"The situation at El Paso h. Mf
one of great annoyance to me JfF
have made up my mind "to "cut ffjut'
for the present."
A letter also received lasWgyek by
PeCroix from Chas. House""Beauchamp,
the trustee, said:
k "I believe you can do business there.
However, Sir. Dickinson , says you can't,
and he says that is not all nobody else
can sell anytb'mg to those people in El
Paso. He fy.ys they all talk big and
make big statements, but they are a
hu-rich of windies."
anniversary of the Brotherhood of St.
iflron- f tVio TTTiitd iStates will be
Jield in this cky September 2S to Octo
ber 2, inclusive. It was 25 years ago
-that the late .Tames L. Houghteling of
Chicago founded tne oraer.
NEW HOTEL BUILDING
FOR SIERRA BLANCA
HOLDS SILVER ANNIVERSARY.
Nashville, Tenn., Sept. 13. The silver
To Ha-e Nineten Rooms nnd io Be
Two Slories Hiffh New Drill for
"Well Reccl- ed Personals.
Sierra Blanca, Texas, Sept. 13. TVbrk
on the new hotel for Mrs.( N. J. Brown
is now in progress. Adobes are on the
ground and rock is being hauled for the
foundation. This will be a two story
building, consisting of 19 rooms.
TV. C. .Tamson has returned to El
Paso" after delivering a well drilling
machine to G. TV. Parks of this place.
Miss Villa Hampton nas returned to
her home at. Midland after a short visit
to her -sister. Mrs. TV. T. Turner. y
Mrs. S. G. Gould and children are
visiting relatives at at"oT'flr
J. TV. PuneanJjaS" gone Vbilene,
Texas, to speOtf a few days ft.h rela
tives. Born, to TV. H. King and wife, a 10
pound girl. t
CONTRACT FOR NEW BANK
BUILDING AT DEL RIO LET.
Del Rio. Texas, Sept. 13. The con
tract has been let by the Del Rio Na
tional bank of this city for its new
home, which will be located at the
corner of Perry and Greenwood streets.
Magruder & Mosey of San Antonio
secured the contract at $14 000. TVork
is to begin September 19, and the
building will be JcompI2ted in four
This is to be -a modern bank build
ing of two stories, with oak finish
and tile floor. The structure will be
fireproof and the front will be of heavy
Coming to a Close
The Fire Sale will last but a few
days longer. The store on Nr Stan
ton Street has been closed and all
. remaining salvage put on sale at
the Texas Street store.
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Out Saturday, Sept. 1 7
MANY VISITORS IN "UARFA
FROM OTHER TEXAS TOWNS.
-J.Calxsher Dry Goods Co. (kcorporaW)
All Dress Goods and Silks have been dried
out and will be on sale tomorrow. These
represent some of the best values of the
entire Fire Sale.
Winter weight underwear for women and
children will be closed out at 25
cents per garment.
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Youns People Entertain at Dance
Reception GIen In Honor of Anitln
AVoman Personals of the Town.
Marfa. Texas. Sept. 13. Mrs." Lizzie
V Crosson has- been spending the week
George Seelig of Shatter, spent sev
eral days in Marfa this week.
Miss Julia Kyser, who has been vis
iting Mrs. Kramer, has returned to
her home in L.ockhart.
Miss Emma Bunton of Shatter has
been visiting her uncle, A M. Porter.
Mrs. W. B. Mitchell and children lef.t
for San Marcos.
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Frillick of Sierra
Blanca visited friends in Marfa this
week. I .
J. B. Tyre of Frio- county is visiting
Dr. G. E. Cameron of El Paso is vis
iting in Marfa.
W. P. Murphy left for Alameda, Cal.,
to visit his mother.
Mrs. Chas. W- Livingston of Alpine
is here visiting relatives.
Mr. and Mr. A. G. Patty and daugh
ter. Miss Abbie of Big Springs, have
moved here to make their-home.
"W B. Bloys of Fort Davis held serv
ices here in the Methodist church.
The young people were given a
dance at the opera house.
F. J. Heiu of Del Rio. brother of
Mrs J. K. Brown, with his daughter.
Miss Ola Hereford, and' Misses Nola
Hardin and Hattie Tom. are in Marfa,
en route to the Hot Springs at Can
delaria. They will be Joined at Val
entine bv Mr. Hold's sister,. Mrs. Powell.
Mrs. "W. A. Mirhms will entertain
in hor- of her sister, Mrs. Colbert,
Frank Greenwood of Del Rio is here
visiting his brother, Clobert Green
DEL. RIO PUBLIC SCHOOLS
OPEN FOR THE SEASON.
Del Rio, Tex., Sept. 3. The Del Rio
public schools have opened and the en
rolment on the first day was much
larger than usual. The corps of teach-,
ers is most efficient for this session
and the outlook for the year's work
is most promising. The schools are
now affiliated with the University with
several points to spare. "With this
year's work it is expected to materially
raise the present standard.
TO INSTAL NEW BOILER
IN THE SHELDON HOTEL.
The front of the (Sheldon looks like
'a boiler works. The old boiler from
the basement of the Sheldon has been
removed and a new one has been un
loaded ready to be set up in the cellar
to furnish patter for the new Sheldon
MAN IS FINED THE LIMIT j Known Dy many Americans oi iui raso,
FOR BEATING HIS WIFE, is no longer in government employ. He
On the charge of assaulting and beat- I will be succeeded by a regular ap
ing his wife. Natividad Calderon was I pointee to come from the City of Mex-
fined the limit. $100 and costs by justice Ico.
"Watson, Friday afternoon. In the event
he pays the costs he was informed he
may leave town.
JUAREZ COURT OFFICER QUITS.
Francisco Silva, long acting as sec
retary of the Juarez district court and
.WOMAN FINED ON CHARGE OF
USING ABUSIVE LANGUAGE.
Simcna Chamarro, charged with using
abusive language, was fined $5 in po
lice court at the Monday afternoon session.
ON OX R 40c
We are the onty confectionery now
using hot water to cleanse with at our
We make all our putty. Its Pure.
Tutile Paint H Glass Co.
rD $ JP
C. S. PICKRELL, Mgr.
206 N. Oregon St. Phone 347
Under the Electric Fountain.
Have just received CARLOAD OF AMMUNITION.
Also full stock of Winchester, Eemington, Sav
?ge, Marlin and Stevens Rifles and Shot G-uns, rebi
ger 22 Automatic Rifle, Fox Shot G-uns and many
other new goods. Call and see them. -SHELTON-PAYNE
EL PASO, TEXAS.
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