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12 Tuesday, STorember 1, 1910.
EL PASO H
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To trade at this store, for if you should hapiDen to
get something 3011 did not want you can change it
or get your money baek.j It's our business to
With Custard Sauce
15c, 35c, 65c and $1.00 each.
Sauce 20e can.
Home Made Cakes
These delicious cakes are baked
fresh to orler. Caramel, Choco
late, Xut Layer. Fig Layer. Cocoa-
nut, etc.. 80c and $1.00 each.
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Orange and Lemon Peel
pFlsrs and Currants
Concord Grape Jellv 20c
Quince Jelly 20c
Quince Preserves 35c
weet Tomato Relish 35c
Mince Meat, lb
pure Apple Oider-
Shelled Walnuts, lb. 60c
Shelled Pecans 75c
Shelled Almonds . . . 60c
bnporteci Swiss Cheese
Pineapple and Edam Cheese
When You Don't Feel
Like Cooking, Consult Our Deli
catessen Department. It is com
Everything Ready for the Table.
Prompt Attention to All Mail Orders
TO TELEPHONE CALLS.
EL PASO TRUKK FACTOSY
Trunks, Bags and Leather Goods Auto.
Made, Repaired and Exchanged. 196S
We store goods. Opp. Postefnce, across Plaza
$C3 & 629
. E. RYAN & CO.
OPEN ALL NIGHT.
212 SAN ANTONIO ST.
BURTON-LINGO CO., FIRST & KANSAS STS.,
BELL 50; AUTO 1050
WE REPAIR EVERYTHING.
Key and Iock "Work, Guns. Pistols, Umbrellas and Bicycles. Agents Cleve
land Bicycles and Emblem Motorcycles. Record: Chicago to New York, 999
Miles, in 35 hours.
EI. PASO REPAIR SHOP, 208 Kortk Stanton Street. Phone Bell 139.
FOR TENTS AND CAMP SUPPLIES
Before buying get our prices. "We caj save you money. We are manufac
turers. EI, PASO TEXT AND AWNING COMPANY,
Both. PfcOHes. 312 S. El Paso St.
Smith. Ice Cream Co.
FAMILY ORDERS PROMPTLY DELIVERED.
202 Tczu St
SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS AND DENTAL SUPPLIES.
?r EL PASO BRICK CO, 2ft
HOLLOW BLOCK AND PARTITION TILE; ALL SIZES
P. 0. Box 135. Prompt Delivery
'WUl be np right away." LONGWELL'S TRANSFER Reasonable Prices.
116 to 120 San Francisco St Careful Men. Bell 1 Auto 1001
BAGGAGE and MOVING
"We're there in. just a minute." Storage ana Packing by careful men at right price.
BXjL.1, luyj. UDUM'S XKAIiSIfiCAi. AUTO 1966
CASH OR CREDIT
A IilTTLE MONEY goes a Ions to ys here.
H. L. STEWART PT.RNITURE CO.
glQ-312 Sontfc Stanton. Bell C32; Auto. 210C
AGENTS FOR THE EAST RUNN ING WHITE SEWING MA CHINE.
RETAIL GROCERIES WHOLESALE
Mail Orders Given Prompt and Snecial Attention
CLIFFORD BROS. 307-309 "e. Overland St.
Secret, Prompt and Accurate. Efficient Service. Reasonable Rates.
RING 1362. CONTRACT DEPT.
409 South Sauta Fe St.
Bell Phone 1493. Auto. Phone 1405.
The EI Paso School for Girls
A boarding and day school of high standards. Intermediate, high school and
advanced elective courses. Excellent instruction, special advantages in
music, physical education, aesthetic dancing.
1111-1115 Terrace St., Snusct Ilelcht. Telephone 2929 31.
MWM MBjMMIMMMB a
It Would Help Prevent
Whether or not that millenium
ovucnic, aiuiuuicu iu Liie icucrui gov- : h
ernment, to build a Barbed wire fence i I
j along- the international boundary line
I between the United States and Mexico.
j is to be a fact, customs collector Sharpe
J does not know.
Is not Impractical.
"Whether or not the story is a fake,"
sam the collector, "the scheme is not at
all impractical. The Palomas Cattle
J company has such a fence along the
? New Mexico border for some rHstnr..p
and even that short stretch of barb
. wire has been of incalculable benefit i
to us. ,
j "The fence would aid the customs
, department by stopping the impositions
j that are being made on the govern
I ment in the matter of cattle straying
I across the border Sntn "MatM nfton.
times we have susoected with e-nnri
reason that more of the cattle would
come back than went over. If such a
fence were built, all cattle would have
to be brought over at ports of entry,
and none would stray over. It would
also enable the line riders of the de
partment to catch a lot of smuggling.
They would have to ride the line of the
fence just as cowmen do on ranches and
it would be. impossible for anyone to
make an entry through the fence with
out leaving some trace or clew, which
could be followed by the customs officers."
I ireasnry uiticlal Favors It.
a treasury official, who recently
passed through El Jaso, stated to Mr.
Sharpe that he thought the scheme a
good one and that he intended to rec
ommend it to t.JlA tronoiirv iliiniiKfm..
The collector says that is all he knows
HALF HOLIDAY TOMORROW
"El Paso Day at the Fair:" Make it a good one. Tomorrow we close at noon. We
ask customers to begin their buying early so that all our employes can enjoy to the
fullest extent their half holiday at the Fair grounds. Bargains will be so attractive
tomorrow a. m. that it will not take you long to make up your mind. Some of them are
RACE MANAGES THE -
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W. E. Anderson will retire as su
perintendent of the water plant i.il
... m. nate, who nas Deen assistant
superintendent, takes active charge of
the plant for the city as soon as the
receiver Is discharged.
Mr. Race has actually been in charge
since the city took over the plant lasr
Thursday, but the formal surrender
of Mr. Anderson will not take place
until the receivership Is closed.
Mr. Anderson, who has been superin
tendent of the plant for the Interna
tional company almost ever since the
company took possession of the plant,
will so into the general contract! lg
business. Mr. Race has been with the
company about the same length of
THE FAT FROM THE FLOWER.
There is not a single kind of animal
food which we might not replace with
a vegetable counterpart In most cases
it is merely a matter of choice which is
preferable, the animal or the vegetable.
In the matter of cooking fats, however,
the vegetable has by far the advantage.
Lard is made from the fat of hogs,
often impure and unclean, always indi-
j gestible. Cottolene comes from the cot
ton nelds or the bunny bouth. it
makes food that can be digested with
ease, even by invalids. Cottolene is rec
ommended alike by plrysicians and noted
cooking experts as much more healthful
and desirable than lard.
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II ixJ ' 'Pi se one ote a customer, no gJMUlUJ
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" TyJ size Pinaud's Hair Tonic ?
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$12.75 COATS $7.75
Women's Full Length. Black Kersey Coats, of
an excellent quality of kersey, these are
smartly tailored, 7-S fitted models, good val
ues at $12.75; on special sale tomorrow A. iL
$25.00 COATS $29.50
"Women's Black and Xavy Blue Coats, full
length, made of chiffon broadcloth, cheviots
and serges. These are handsome coats, beau
tifully tailored. 7-8 and semi-fitted models,
handsomely lined with Skinner satin. Coats
that sell in a regular way up to $25.00; on
special sale tomorrow A. M. at
WEDNESDAY A. M. SWEATER SPECIALS
$3.75 Sweaters $2.95
Coat Sweaters for girls from 8 to 13. Pretty, double breasted sweaters with
turnback cuffs. Offered in white, gray, cardinal and navy &0 OC
blue. Regular prices range to $3.75; tomorrow's special price yoJ0
$2.25 Sweaters $1.75
Pure Wool Coat Sweaters, to fit girls of 8 to 13 years. Made single
breasted, button Nup high m the neck, and have two pockets. Colors
red. gray, navy blue and white. alues to $2.2o; special
tomorrow only, choice
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$1.25 to $1.75 Dress Goods 95c Yard
An extraordinary offer in the Dress Goods Section for tomorrow
only. These are the new wool suitings, in plain and fancy weaves,
light and medium weights, light and dark colors. These ire just
tne materials for coat suits, also separate coats
and skirts. Widths range from 50 to 54 inches,
regular prices are $1.25, $1.50 and $1.75 a
yard; tomorrow, and tomorrow only, we offer
a special Inauguration Sale price of. choice,
Keep a lookout for "Snookums'9--He is coming soon
J.CalisherDry Goods Co. Cfccorprfa)
107-11-15 . Stanton St.
EXTRA Tomorrow A. X4 we will
sell Pearl Buttons plain and fancy,
large, small and medhim sizes, worth
5c and 10c a dozen o
HOME IN TUCUMOARI
DESTROYED BY FIRE
OX OUR 25c
We use HOT WATER to CLEANSE with
at our fountain.
Tucumcari, N. M., Nov. 1. Fire has
destroj'ed the cottage at the corner of
Center and Third streets. The house
was owned -by J K. Blanton and occu
pied by the famil of W. H. Rutledge.
Insurance for $900 was carried, 500 on
the building- and the rest on the con
tents. The occupants were at the the
ater at the time and the watch dog-,
which had been" left in the house, was.
taken from the burning building, sup
posed to be dead, but soon recovered in
the fresh air.
The Bay View club concert, which
was advertised to be given several
weeks ago,will bo held at the Evans
opera house November 8 The proceeds
are to go towards the beautification of
the city, this being one of the chief
objects of the club.
J. E. Freeman and Mrs. j Carrie W.
Crissie of Denver, Colorado, were mar
ried at the parsonage; of the Presbyte
rian church by the Rev. J. J. Dalton.
Mr. Freeman is a well known attorney
at the local land office, having coma
here from Oklahoma two years ago
Mrs. Freeman was formerly a resident
of Boston, Mass. The wedding was
very quiet, only a' few friends being
present. They will make their future
home in Tucumcari.
Wert Cline of Coaligna, California,
and Miss Ethel Walker of Moore, X. M.,
I were married at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. J. B. Spencer on East High street,
Rev. J. J. Dalton officiating. Mrs Cline '
is a sister of L. R. Walker of this city.
The couple will make their home at
On the evening of November 25 the
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Fer
guson. It was a farewell party for
MNs Sumner, who will move to Arkan
sas. Several games were played, after
which refreshments were served.
The faculty of the Alpine high school
entertained several of their friends at
the Levingston all.
The Woodmen Circle at this place
gave a farewell reception at their hall
in honor of Mrs. A. B. Weakley, who
has left for Oklahoma.
DOG GIVES ALARM OF FIRE
AND MULE COMMITS SUICIDE
Plainview, Texi, Nov. J. The fire
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grass, at Floydada, was noticed first ana garaen produce, all
A TVTTPJT A TJ TO VfWF! sure indication of plenty of artesian
AiUlOliii; iy VUi-El water, if properlj handled.
ON SCHOOL BONDS I Ka" L. Lange of this place, former
director of the Enid, Okla., high school,
1- The Amis- and a well known college boy, has gone
in to attend the Oxford. Enerland. univprsi-
y, navmg won the Rhodes scholarship.
v The annual conference of the United
Amistad, N. M., Nov
tad public schools are vbeing held
the building that was first built for j ty, havin;
phllrph orHrknI o-nrl Violl tiy9-moa.f Ki !
w... w, .jwmw UUU Ubll JSU& JSOGO J
money contributed by the new settlers.
Principal Ralph A. Jones has intro
duced new features and organized a
boys' brigade. A meeting is to be call
ed to, vote on bonding the school dis
trict and building a $3000 school house.
The Southern Union County Fair as
sociation held a very successful two
days fair in Amistad. The disnlav of
by a dog, which gave the alarm. The tne ar" iarming process ,vras better
dog was upstairs and went to the stair j than that shown at nearly all the coun
door clamoring to be let through. The fairs in this part of the country,
loss on the building was S5000, insur- s United States commissioner W. Ar-
) ance $2000. tliur Jones, who is grand chaplain of
A mule belonging to A. M. Choat tne srand lodge of New Mexico Odt.
committed suicide in a local wagon Fellows, has instituted in Clayton the
yard this week bj- kicking up and com- first !odge of Odd Fellows in Union
ing down on a post. The four inch ! county.
square top of the post penetrated thej -Uri- Caroline M. Browne, aged near-
Brethren churches of New Mexico,
Texas and Oklanoma is to convene in
the new U. B. church in Amistad on
Thursday, Nov. 10, and continue over
the following Sunday.
Doctor G. H. Hlgsias, Homeopathist,
removed to room 214, Caples BIdg.
a S. PICKRE7JL. Mgr.
?06 N. Ciegon St. Phone 347
Under the Electric Fountain.
abdomen of the mule.
Some of the lovers of horse flesh
have built a good race track nofr town
and a district race will be pulled off
Saturday. The race meet Is expected
to become a regular occasion.
The Nazarene denomination is put
ting up a $1600 church here. This
makes the seventh church building for
Plainview, the most expenshv of which
Is the recently completed $30,000 Meth
LA MESA TOTJXG PEOPLE
La Mesa, N. M., Nov. I. The Hallo
we'en dance given by the Junior Guild
xat the home of Mrs. J. R. Livessy was
I the most enjoyable of the season. It
was opened with a musical Drogram
which was greatly enjoyed. Those par
ticipating were Misses Mead
ly SI, who was injured by a fall over t S Z ,P Ul5SeS ead' Cra'Rer'
three weeks ago, d confined to hiriS 5!!.?nt!.,veMay- EtheI and Ruth
and may not recover. " Z- ?. I aupperwas served, after
Delegate TV. w inflr i.. tt, ... .e uei,ti, repaired to the ball
ed States commissioner W. Arthur! XvSk e"jyed UQtU
iKes - e J beautifully decoded
an appronriatlom tn h :Z "L,.."! . ? ?reen ana red and mistletoe.
:... " ""- "-" " SMiiIvliliri IJcrhtpri TC-ith
an artesian well in the Amistad
Haan 11 ... JT .
r i, es irom this village that
uiiuarging water over rh t f
' - j .. . " -.".w. i me lop 01
C. W. Post passed through Plainview tne casm?. one foot above the surface
in his private car on his return from or the STround. This Is said to be a
trj. There is a small wmi i T". """ :. l!,e. ??e.et strains of music and
-t !i ., . n. """ iCCM tne weira rfalloween air nhmif th. t,
Inspecting some Pecos land and stated
that he was the strongest believer in
west Texas land on earth and had $33,-
tire afair. will cr.use it to b nn? .
membered. v '
jRev. Huggett, the new pastor of the
Methodist church, has arrived.
pupils of the public schools will give 000,000 to Invest In this section of the
a free entertainment a't the high school
auditorium to the parents of the chil
dren. An effort will be made to organ
ize a club for the closer union of the
welfare of the children, the schools
and the town.
HALLOWE'EN PAJtTIES AT
' ALPINE ARE NUMEROUS
Alpine, Texas, Nov. 1. Mrs. J. R.
Middlebrook entertained a number pf
the young people at her home in honor
of her sister, Miss Ethel Watters, the
guests all being dressed jn white sheets,
and the. usual Halowe'en games were
Miss L,ula Griffith entertained her
Sunday school class at her home in the
western part of town.
Miss Icia Sumner entertained the
members of her class, the high school
class of 1911 and a few other friends
He is on his way to look at
iana in anotner section of the
The MIRROR'S Mlin
STORYof TOUR I.IAXtC
Is-itfflded. IJfelp.anHfllof HanHmfFP , one of the men arrested there on sus
HAY'S HAIR HEALTH never faiU I ?n of, binP implicated in the dyna
HEAVY CIVIL AND CRIMINAL
DOCKET FOR BISBEE COURT
Bisbee, Ariz., Nov. 1. The grand
jury has completed Investigations of
all cases from this district. Over 400
civil and criminal cases and 73 applica
tions for divorce are now before the
The report current that W. H. Bro
phy, manager of the Copper Queen
mercantile department, had resigned his
position, has been emphatically denied.
Mr. Brophy has occupied the position
for 25 years.
Secretary Pollard, of the local fr M.
C. A., has established a branch of the
institution in Ray, Ariz.
Plans are being made to secure,, a
pastor for the St. John Episcopal
Five boys and four girls were born
in this district during the last week.
W. G. McCormack of Cananea was
bitten by a dog which he believes to be
mad. Mr. McCormack has gone to un
dergo the Pasteur treatment.
J. Raibuffo was struck by a rock on
the 4op of his head and severely hurt at
the Irish Mag shaft.
5 Vlk-M 1
SUSPECTED MEN ARE NOT
THE TIMES DYNAMITERS
Mexico City, Mex.. Xov. 1. Dispatches
received here tonight stated that the
American consul at Acanulco and the
Mexican authorities are convinced that
to RESTORE those GRAY or FADED
HAIRS to their NATURAL COLOR
j and beauty.
POSITIVELY REMOVES DAN
DRUFF. Your money back if not satis
fied. I Sid 2c for books "The Care of the Hair and
Skin." PhUo Hay Spec Co., Newark, N. J.,U.S.A.
i REFUSE ALL SUBSTITUTES
$1 and 50c. bottles, at druggists
FOR SAIE AND RECOMMENDED BY
KNOBIiALCH DRUG CO.
mitinrr 0f the Los Angeles Times build-
ui is Wilson 5. .vans, said to be
wanted in L03 Angeles for embezzle
ment and that the others are not the
parties for whom, search has been made.
One man ga&e his name as Harry
Ham. The sum of 10,028 was found
on his person. According to the dis
patch, papers found in his 'bagrraee in
dicate that Evans is his real name" The
man is under arrest.
The others who were arrested, have
Johnson's Floor Wax,. 2 pound can ... . $100
Butcher's Boston Polish, 2 pound can $100
Old English Floor Wax, 2 pound can $loo
j&u&⁣ 1 dUIM & liia&s I .n
Winchester, Eemington, Savage,
Marlin and Stevens Eifles and Shot
Gun, Febiger 22 Automatic Eifle
Fox Shot Guns. '
Many other new soods. Call and
I see them.
SEELTCW-PAYNE ARMS CO.
EL PASO, TEXAS.
CUT RATE HARDWARE
308 S. El Paso St.
Wagon Covers. Builders Hsrflwar? Tool
Cutlery Tents (V; Paint Etc
EL PASO THEATRE thTOSday, nov. ,,
The Celebrated DR. THEODORE RILEY Will Appear for One Night Only,
in a Reproduction of
RE l&WERY MGHTl
CaE.A-GAfOfl STOCK CO. THIS WE&
"The Unwritten Law'3
Prices Always 15c, 25c, 35c; Boxes 50c
RETURN OF THE ORGlNAL MAJESTIC COMPANY tn "
Musical Comedy With New Scenery and Effects
GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH FOR THF. TWOirav
Prices Always 10 ana 25 Cents. Change of Bill Mondav and Thnrsdav Nirh
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