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Thursday, October 13, 1910. 3
The features- of the
latter will be:
Entrance of Chief Os
Apel and his -retainers.
Parade of decorated
by gasoline .power.
Parade of decorated
by electric power.
Parade of decorated
Parade of industrial
floats representing the
mercantile ancl manu
facturing, enterprises of
the citv of El Paso.
The Fair Grounds will
be decorated and illum
inated for these events
on a scale never before
attempted in the South
west. Valuable cups will be
given for the best dis
plays made in the pa
rades. For information re
garding the-Os-Aple pa
rade call upon or tele
3hone i lid!
400 N. Santa Fe Street
Bell 8 Auto 1008
Growing Grocery Bos
Barrington Hall Steel Cut Coffee,
2 lbs. for
"Free from chaff, 2 lbs. goes as
"I ll- win T.i,r4-rf-T Ton
ATalter Baker's Cocoa,
4 lb. can Cottolene,
10 lb. can Cottolene,
IS lbs. Best Sugar,
ZL J "Purer Than Lard 3 IOS. iDC
ill Better than Cottolene" lift iko $1 4.C
3 2-lb. cans Standard Bed Kidney Beans T g
2 2-lb. cans Beindeer Sifted Peas, O J?
6 bars Sunny Monday. Crystal White, or Small Ivory Soap, E
for ." -. t
10 lbs. Fancy Greely Potatoes, Kxr
3 pkgs. Macaroni or Spagetti,
Fresh 'Goods Just Received.
2 dozen large Sour Pickles, 95
1 dozen large Dill Pickles, 5 fl f
Genuine Imported Swiss Cheese, lftf
per pound TT Vf v
Genuine Imported Limberger Cheese, OA,
per pound ' OUC
Genuine Imported Brick Cheese, flrf
per pound OvC
Foil Wrapped Cheeses in Swiss Cream and Xejufchatel, two jf
3 Fat Mackerel. O -12
lb. sacks Whole "Wheat or Graham Flour, Aflf
S 3-4 lb. sacks Fresh Corn Meal, O ?
G lbs. Pear Grits or Pearl Meal, O ?
5 lb. pkgs. Grains of Gold,
i a viiatcn fiiis r r i i i
Bell Phones WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 208-210 St.
367 and 348 Auto 1901 Louis Street
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To buy your hay, oats, grain
flour, seeds, etc., is here if
you want the best quality at
the right prices. "We solicit
a trial order to prove how
well we can serve vou.
0. G. Seeton & Son
Third and Chihuahua Sts.
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mdorse all other business colleges COMBINED.
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iuomuna securea. catalogue xKK. Adores
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-ana numerous otner pom
to points in California, sto
for passengers ivishing to
Fare "Williams to Gra
other stop over privileges.
Tickets on sale now a
For further informatio
El Paso, Texas. Corner
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WM WBB Xl , 1? 1 i II B COLONIST RATE TO Kl
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far as 3 lbs. other Coffee.
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Get the Original and Genuine
The Food-drink for Ai! Ages.
For Infants, Invalids, and Growing children
PuxeNutrition, up building the wholebody
Invigorates the nursing mother and the aged
Rich milk, malted grain, in powder form,
A ouick lunch DreDared in a minnte.
Take no substitute. Askfor HORLICK'S.
la No amisigsQ og Tpsis
DANDRUFF SHD ITGHINO
S0ALP YEiLO TO
Why experiment trying to drive the
dandruff germ from underneath the skin
with greasy loiions or fancy halrdTess
ing, when the Knoblauch vDrug Store
will guarantee ZEMO and ZEMO SOAP
to entirely rid the scalp of the germ
life that causes the trouble.
ZEMO and ZEMO SOAP can be ob
tained in any city or town in America
and are recognized the best and most
economical treatment for all affections
of the skin or scalp whether on Infant
or grown person. One shampoo with
ZEMO SOAP and application of ZEMO
will stop itching and cleausa the scalp of
dandruff and scurf.
We invite you to try ZEMO and ZSMO
oat LmnRi isms
Nature's own rem
edy lor depleted
nerve force; for ex
haustion; for de
oility; for insomnia;
now prepared in
most niphly effica
ceous tablet form. $S
per box. Lasts one
month. Sold in
v" El Paso onlv bs
Kelly & Pollard, Sheldon Hotel.
BAN FRAN" CISCO,
ts in California and Utah. On tickets
p over will be permitted at Williams
visit the Grand n.mviw rtf ArWnn-r
nd Canyon and return. 36.50. Also
nd until October 15th, inclusive,
nas to stop overs, etc, call 'on or
J. S. 3IORRISOX,
C. P. A., A. T. S. P. Ry.
Snn Francisco and Santa Fe Sts.
LAS CETJCES AND
FIVE CUTTINGS OF
ALFALFA AT CRUCES
American Bend Colony Will
Hare Sufficient Winter
Hay to Keep Stock.
Las Cruces, X. M., Oct. 13. Five cut
tings of alfalfa is the record for this
year from the American Bend colony,
12 miles north of this city. Notwithstanding-
the fact that the river has
been dry for the j5ast three months
and that here has not been sufficient
rainfall to mature any crop, the farm
ers in the neighborhood of the Leas
burg dam are this week cutting alfal
fa for the fifth time during the season.
This last cutting is not a big one, the
average yield Drobaly running a "little ,
less than one-half a ton to the aci e, '
but the quality is excellent. Before
winter sets in all the farmers at trie
American Bend will have luxuriant
pasture on their alfalfa fields, suffi
cient to keep all their stock through
out the entire winter.
RESULTS AT LAS CRUCES
Las Cruces, X. M., Oct. 13. The sec
ond night of the billiard tournament
was occupied by teams composed of J
J. Schneider and Edward Ehle agai-st
Catarino Armijo and S. W. I.aub. The
scores were as follows: Schneider,
55, with a high run of G; Ehle 45, with
a high run of 6; Armijo, 62, with a
high run of 7, and Laub, 2S, with a
high run of 4. This gives the game
to Schneider and Ehle by a margin of
GRA.VD JURY AT LAS CRUCES
COMPLETES ITS UBORS
Has Cruces, X. M., Oct. 13. The ter
ritorial grand jury completed its
labors yesterday and made its final
report to the court. During the ses
sion the grand jury has returned 22
true bills and 14 no bills, and it leaves
the docket cleaned up, no case going
over for the consideration of the next
jury. The panel was discharged by
judge Wright with the thanks of tho
LAS CRUCES DAILY RECORD.
Las Cruces. X. M., Oct. 13. The fol
lowing deeds and other papers of
record have been filed in the office of
the probate clerk of Dona Ana county:
"W. C. Field and wife to William G.
Smith, of Eden, Mississippi, warranty
deed to a part of the Alameda tract, ly
ing north of Las Cruces, said tract be
ing 617 by 1146.33 by 574 by 1146.33
feet in size. Consideration 1 and
other valuable i considerations.
TVilliam Moeller, A. Krakauer, "W. B.
Latta and John A. Happer to Mrs.
Adeline Taylor, warranty deed to lots
15 and 16 in block 37 of the Altura
Park addition to the town of Messila
Park; consideration $23.
William Moeller, A. Krakauer. W. B.
Latta and John A. Happer to Mrs.
Mary L. Waller, warranty deed to lot
14 in block 37 of the Altura Park au
dition to the town of Mesilla Park;
consideration $10. -
Pablo Samaniego, of Rincon, to
Tomas Martinez, of Rincon, warranty
deed tb a tract of land 90 by 90 feet in
section 8, township 19, south of ranue
2, west of the New Mexico principal
meridian; consideration $250.
The board of trustees of the Dona
Ana Bend eoleny community grant to
Francisco Avalos de Roybal, private
sale deed to a lot 100 y 300 feet in the
town of Las Cruces; consideration $25.
Francisco Avalos de Koybal to
Ramon De la O, warranty deed to a
lot 150 by 150 feet in precinct 3 of the
town of Las Cruces; consideration $L
J. T. Miller to Moses Schneidan, of
St. Joseph, Mo., warranty deed to ljt
14 in block 71 of Miller's addition to
the town .of Las Cruces. Consideration
$1 and other valuable considerations.
J. T. Miller to Moses Schneidan, of
St. Joseph, Mo., warranty deed 'to lots
50 and 52 in block 21 of Miller's Ks
peranza addition to the town of Las
Cruoes; consideration $1 and other val
Jose M. Ramirez and wife, of San
Miguel to Emileb Ramirez, of San Mi
guel, "warranty deed to a piece of land
261 by 161 by 264 by 170 yards, in pre
cinct 15, said land being in the town
of San Miguel, and being a part of the
Jose Manuel Sanchez Baca grant; con
Marius Gerey to Mrs. Rafaela C.
Gonzales, warranty deed to that cer
tain parcel of land in precinct 20 in
the town of Las Cruces, situated about
five blocks east of the Lucero mill,
and being within the Dona Ana Bend
colony grant; said land measures 25
by 50 yards; consideration $100.
John Foster and wif to Honoure
McDonald Henry, warranty deed to
lots 36. 37 and 3S, in block 23 of the
College subdivision to Jihe town of Las
Cruces; consideration fill.
William Moeller, A. Crakauer, W. B.
Latta and John A. Happer, to Mrs. Ma
ria Maza de Zubia, warranty deed to
lots 11, 12, 13. 14, 15 and 16. in block
34 of the Altura Park addition to the
town of Mesilla Park; consideration
Augustin Salbatierres, George Salba
tierres de Salazar, Josef ita S. Serna,
Terazlta S. Chavez and Simona S. Mar
tinez, the surviving heirs of Pedro
Serna, deceased, to Thomas Tate, quit
You will find
the Bitters very
the stomach re
ofuires a tonic
or when the
poor. Try it
and see. It is
Typewriting, Night and Day
Classes. Instructions, Add
ing Machine and Penman
Bell-1147. Auto. 1229.
C STOMACH iP
V""" I M , H
TOMORROW will be the first of many "Economy Fridays' 'another
bargain event conducted as they're conducted only in the "Popular."
On this day all the odds and ends and the remnants which naturally ac
cumulate in the course of the week's business, as well as many other
things, will be marked down to a point that is scarcely a' hint of the real
Come tomorrow with the expectation of finding great things and that
expectation will be fully realized. Notice particularly the notably good
offerings in the Basement. "
Big savings on every remnant
you buy. Every Friday ram
nants will be displayed, priced
at practically half their real
worth. In the Basement in
the Linen Section in the Dress
Goods and Silk Department in
the Lace, Embroiderjr and Rib
bon Departments. Hundreds of
short lengths, most of them the
few remaining yards of the new
These splendid' lots of rem
nants include pieces of woolen
goods, silks, linens, cotton fab
rics, waistings, shirtings, ging
hams, linings in fact, of all
kinds of goods, in lengths rang
ing from one to eight yards.
All are plainly marked with
the quantity and a price which
Of the real worth.
The remaining few dozen pairs
of "Xever darn" stockings for
boys. An incomplete line of
sizes. Black cotton, ribhed and
very strong. Regular - Q
35c quality, on Friday. Iwv
Broken line of women's fine
dress shoes, good styles in all
leathers, including many -which
regularly sell for $3.00. A
special lot effered
on Friday, a pair.
claim deed to a tract of land 250 by
2250 by 350 by 2250 feet, lying Avest of
the town of Las Cruces, also a tract
of land 220 1,-2 by 600 by 250 1-2 by
450 yar.ds, lyhiff one mile east of the
town of Tortugas; consideration $1 and
other valuables considerations.
V Birth Return.
October S, a daughter was born to
Matilda Padia and wife at Las Cru
ces. Mnrrinpre Certificate.
A license to marry has been issued
to Santiago Duran. aged 24. of Defi
ance, Ariz., and Margarita Rivera, aged
18, of Las Cruces.
El Pasoans Accompany the
Government Men to the
Engle Dam Thursday.
Las Cruces, X. M. Oct. 13. -The
board of army engineers was the
friipst of "Las Cruces yesterday. The
special tram bearing the engineers and
tne escori nuw c j- ou c-oov-v.
through here about 2 oclock bound for
tho diversion dam at Leasburg. The
train returned about 4 oclock and was
met at the station by the reception
committee appointed by the chamber
of commerce and the Water Users
association. The engineers and the TCI
Paso boys were taken in automobiles
on a tour of the valley.
At 6 oclock the entire pwty ad
journed to the Elks club, where an
informal banquet was served. Xo set
speeches were made- but after dinner
the people of Las Cruces took advan
tage of tlie informality of the occasion
to get acquainted with the army engi
neers and talk over the matters cor
cerning the Elephant Butte dam.
i. a- ... wk L.' I ur.en Txnccan
The engineers were accompany, to
Las Cruces by the following from El
Paso: J- A. Happer, W. R. Brown, A.
Courchesne. J. A. Smith, and C- A.
Kinne. With the exception of Mr.
Smith, who was compelled return to
El Paso on the evening train, the El
Pasoans remained here and accom
panied the engineers to Engle, from
where the party went to the Ele
phant Butte dam to inspect the works.
The banquet at the Elks' club here
was attended by about 100 people.
AS CRUCES PERSONALS.
Las Cruces, X. M.. Oct. 13. R. L.
Young, president of the board of town
trustees, was an El Paso visitor yes
L. K. Xorwood. of the T C ranch, was
a Las Cruces visitor yesterday. Mr.
Xorwood svates that the range on the
west side of the river is in excellent
condition and that the cattle will carry
through 'the winter without material
S. G. Kilgore, who has been foreman
of the territorial grand jury for the
past two weeks, returned esterday to
his nome at Berino.
Mrs. Herbert Yeo has joined Mr. Yeo
in El Paso, where he is doing some
special work for the reclamation serv
ice. LA MESA PERSONALS.
La Mesa, X. M., Oct. 13. R. Jackman
of El Paso was here looking after his
L. Muchleison and Geo. Roberts of
iraso were nere quan limiting.
Mrs. R. S. Jackson and daughter,
Alice, have returned from El Paso,
Unusual Bargain Days
Broken lines of plain, lace and embroidered cotton and lisle, in ff
black and colors. Regular 25c values, on Friday, a pair. .T. A C
Special lot of Persian band trimmings, all colors, vqry suitable Q
for-children's dresses; styles regularly sold up to 50c. on Friday IOC
Pretty, ready made soft pillow covers of figured cretonne and 5 Q
striped tapestry, all ready to use; regular 50c kind on Friday.. OOC
All silk net and lace veilings, new styles, in fall colors only (no C Q
blacks); qualities worth regularly to 50e, on Friday, a yard uOC
Special lot of new style felt and
newest shapes, black and all colors;
"Economy Friday" in the Basement
The Popular Basement offers many unduplicat
able bargains in this first iiEeonomyFriday.'''
Plain kitchen aprons made of ibest quality apron check ging- OJ "
ham. good length and width. -Regular 35c kinds, onlv Fridav..rfOC
Full lengtji. sleeveless "Mother Hubbard" style aprons, best quality
checked gingham in blue and white; 50c kinds;
only Friday OtC
Good quality cotton buck towels, white only, hemmed, 18x36- f"f
inch size; sold only by the half dozen; Friday a half dozen, for. OiC
12 Yards of Outinsf Flannel for $1.00
EXTRA SPECIAL! Extra quality, heavily
fleeced outing flannel, in neat light color stripes
for winter gowns. Each customer is limited to 12
yards. Xo telephone orders for this will be filled.
Regular lie value, on Friday
p . o5 f a7 A PjyUTjf jt-ff i???-F
where they have been visiting for the
past few days.
Postmaster Nelson and F. H. "White
are in Las Cruces attending court.
Miss Katie Herron. who has been in
Las Cruces for the past few weeks, has
Dr. R. S. Jackson has returned from
Santa Fe, where he attended the doc-
Mesdames Mossman and Hunter were
visitors in town, the guests of Mrs.
F. H. White.
E. A. Rodgers left for Las Cruoes,
where he will spend the winter.
' Miss Anita "Md is visitincr in Ias
TAKE POL.I TAX OF DELEGATES
BY MAIL IX MASSACHUSETTS
Boston, Mass., Oct. 13. The Demo
crats of Massachusetts, through their
delegates to the recent state conven
tion, will have another chance to ex
press their preference for a candidate
for goernor as a result of the action
of the state Democratic committee yes
terday. The committee decided to send spe-
convention 'enclosing return
- . - -
special delivery envelopes in which the
delegates may express their prefer
ences. This indication of preference is
intended for the guidance of the com
mittee of four to which the state con
vention delegated the power of nom
inating the head of the ticket.
The committee has been in a dead
lock since its appointment, two of the
members favoring the nomination of
congressman Foss, and two of that of
Charles J. Hamlin.
BARXES'S RESIGN ATIOX
SURPRISE IX XEW YORK
Xew York, Oct. 13 The resignation
of William Barnes, jr., the old guard
leader, from the state committee, was
I the big event in Republican circles
here yesterday. State chairman Pren
tice and Henry I Stimson, the nom
inee for governor, acknowledged that
the Albany committeeman's action was
Immediately after receiving Mr.
Barnes's letter of resignation, saying
that the failure to reappoint him on
the executive committee indicated eith-
ei- ma.i ms senices were no lonsrer
useful or that he was "faithless" to
the Republican ticket, chairman Pren
tice issued a "statement disclaiming
both these suppositions.
Mr. Prentice remarked that Mr.
Barnes was not the only former mem
ber of the executive committee who
was not reappointed and named four
others who had been retired.
WHY SSLVES FAIL
' TO SORE ECZEHfi
Scientists are now agreed that the
eczema germs are lodged not in the
outer skin or epidermis, but in the in
ner skin. Hence, a penetrating liquid
is required, not an outward salve that
clogs the pores.
e lecuuiwieuu 10 an eczema pa-
tients the standard prescription Oil of
-r j ..
iiudrgrecu as compounded in liquid
form known as D. D. D. Prescription.
A trial bottle of this D. D. D. Prescrip
tion, at oniy cents, will instantly re
lieve the itch. We have sold and recom
mended this remedy for years, and
'know of wonderful cures from its use.
We recommend it to our patrons. Kelly
velvet street hats, neatly trimmed,
12 yds. for $I.O
Always look for our ''Economy
Friday" ads. in Thursday Her
ald. They are full of money
DIX MAKES VEILED THRUST
AT ROOSEVELT'S THEORIES
Thomson, X. Y., Oct. 13. Although
the name of Col. Roosevelt was not
mentioned, there was no mistaking the
bitter shafts of criticism hurled at him
oy John A. Di, Democratic candidate
for governor, when he, with the other
j nominees on the state ticket was nf-
nciauy notified of- his nomination at
his country home.
Mr. Dix declared that any American,
who, occupying a position of authority
or having the public ear, assails the
courts is a public enemy.
Xew nationalism, "fathered an ad
vocated by a new apostle of dinH
and dissension," wars characterized by
the candidate as a menace to the va
rious institutions of the country.
EXGOVERXOR STAXLET, OF
KAXSAS. DIES IX WICHITA;
Wichita, Kans., Octi i3.-.-w;
Stanley, former governor of Kansas
died at his home here this morning oi
hardening of the arteries from whicU
he suffered for years.
Lady Says Welcome
Mrs. Guff ey, of Broken Ar
row, Says Few Words
That Mean Much.
Broken Arrow, Okla. "You are wel
come," says Mrs. Xora Guffey. of this
place, "to use my letter in any way you
want to, if it can be the means of in
ducing some suffering woman to try
Cardui, the woman's tonic. Since taking!
f Cardui, I am in better health than I
i Pror ,- , . .
...., u niiit mtins mucn, be
cause I suffered many years with fe
male troubles of different kinds. What
other treatments I tried, helped me for
a few days only."
Every woman would always keep
Cardui handy, if. she knew what quisle
and permanent results it gives, in case
where weakened vitality indicates the
need of a strengthening tonic.
Remember that Cardui is a purely
vegetable extract, composed of valuable
medicinal- ingredients, which have neen
foai-d to build up the vitality, tone up
the r-erves, and strengthen the womanly
constitution. Cardui has been in successful use for
mere than 50 years.
Thousands nf rmn oil mra. -
I " w v,v llio
country, know by actual experience
j what it will do, for the ailments to
which women are peculiarly liable
That it has helped others is th- best
of proof that it will help you. Try it.
. B. Write to: Ladies' Advisory
Dept., Chattanooga Medrcine Co.. Chat
tanooga, Tenn., for Special Instructions,
and 64-page book, '"Home Treatment for
Women," sent in plain wrapper on re-
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