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FX PASO HERALD
Tlmrsdav Dec. 8, 1910.
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LAS CRUCES PLANS .
' TO GET TOGETHER
Chamber of Commerce De
cides to Arouse Enthu
siasm at Smoker.
Tv rrjios X M.. Dec. 8. The di-j
. ii.. a ii voiinv ciinmhpr I
reCIUlS Ul lilt? Jllltia vaiivj w-.-
of -commerce held a meeting yesterday
offices Of tne cnamuei . .ma i
re.sijrnation of George "W
Frenerer as '
a member of the board and as acting
secretary was received and accepted,
and Martin Lohman was elected to fill
the vacancy on the board. Robert
Dross was appointed temporary secre
The question then came up of some
mnanc i- wbtah more enthusiasm could
be aroused, aid it wa decided that a
"get together smoker would oe tne
best means that could be employed to
start the onward movement.
Another nfeeting is to. be held this
(Thursday) afternoon at which plans
for the "get together" smoker vill
be perfected and committees appointed
to carry the affair through. In addi
tion to the smoker a permanent secre
tary is to be electedj who will take
care of all the correspondence " with
which the association is flooded at
present, and infuse new life and spirit
Into the organization.
ARE INSTRUCTED TO
Las Cruces, X. M., Dec. 8. The
county central cpmmittee of the Demo
cratic party met in Las Crucejt with
practically every member being pres
ent. The matter of the new constitu
tion was discussed at length, and with
one or two exceptions, it was the voice
of the meeting that the people ought
to vote against the constitution.
N. C. Frenger was reelected as
shairman of the central committee and
the following delegates instructed to
oppose the adoption of the constitu
tion, were elected to attend the ter
ritorial Democratic convention which
will be held in Santa Fe on Saturday,
AT C n'Hara -T "R "PnOTl. TV. K-
Gilliam, T. X. Hawkins, B. T. Link.iroad leading to
Andreas Gonzales, Adrian Gonzales, C. :
TT. Reynolds, John Candler and Jell
WATER IS TURNED
INTO THE DITCHES
Las Cruces, Dec. 8. For the first j
time in three months there is water j
In the community ditches here, it hav-
ing been turned in at the Leasburg di- J
version ' dam yesterday.. The farmers
are taking advantage of the water to :
irrigate their' alfalfa, their trees and j
their newly planted wheat. The gov-
ernment canal is full, carrying about j
350 second feet, but there is none go-
ing down the river. . j
It is expected that the flow in the i
river will increase before the end of
the month sufficiently so that -the
Hurt a Bit
Tired, Ailing,-Smelly, Swol-
len, Sweaty Feet, Corns,
Callouses and Bunions,
TIZ Cures Right Off.
first time you use T I Z. You will never
know you have a corn, bunion or cal
lous, or sweaty, tired, swollen, aching
feet any more. It's just wonderful the
way the pain vanishes. Rub the corn
hammer it with your fist if you wish
no more pain after TIZ than if there
had never been a blemish on your feet.
Doesn't that sound good to you?
Doesn't it? Then read this:
Tke corns on either of my toes were
as large as Ike tablets yon make to
cure them. Today there is no sign of
corcs on either foot and no soreness. I
It's aa up-to-date Godsend. Sam A.
Hoover, ProRresH, X. C.
Just use TIZ. It's not like anything
else for the purpose you ever heard of.
It's the only foot remedy eyer made
. ;u ""."" """-' " uiUfa
out all the poisonous exudations which
o- -i-.j jii
cause sore feet. Powders and other '
remedies merely clog up the pores. TIZ I
cleans them out and keeps them clean.
It works right off. You will feel better
the very first time it's used.? Use it a
week and you can -forget you ever ha7
sore feet. There is nothing1 on earth
that can compare with it. T I Z is for
sale at all druggists, 25 cents per box.
or direct, At you wish, from Walter
Luther Dodge & Co., Chicago, HI. Rec
ommended and sold by Knoblauch Drug
CROUP ASTHMA COUGHS
BRONCHITIS CATARRH COLDS
A simple, tafe and effective treatment for hron
chlal trouble, avoiding drugs. Vaporized Crco
lene stops the paroxysms of Whooping Congh and
relieves Cronp at once. It is a hem to sufferers
from Asthma. Tbejdr rendered strongly antisep
tic, inspired -with every breath, makes breathing
easy; soothes the sore throat and stops the cough,
assuring restful nights. It is invaluable to mothers
with young children.
Send us postal lor flescnptivc dookici.
Try Crestlcne jinlitcftic
Thrtat Tablets for the
irritated throat. They
I are simple, effective and
1 antiseptic Of your
druggist or treses, loc
Vfipo Cresoieoe Co.
i lower ialle farmers will also be able f
to secure water for their ditches.
MASONS TO MAKE
PLANS FOR TEMPLE j
Las Cruces. N. iL, Dec S. At a ;
special "meetine: of Aztec lodge No. S,
A. F. & A. Masons. Ur T. C. Sex-
ton) was given the entered apprentice
dpffrop. The resrular monthly meeting
o-- - - j
of. the lodge will be held next Tnurs-
aay nigiii, wien u w ..i , ,
feet the plans for the new -uasomi-
temple which was recently assured by
the gift of 500 from Numa Reymond,
of Geneve, Switzerland. v
PREPARING FOR ACTIVE
GOOD ROADS CAMPAIGN.
Las Cruces, X. M., Dec. S. The com
mittee appointed Ty the county com-
! missioners to handle the good roads
proposition is preparing for an active
campaign In the interest of the- El
Paso-Las Cruces road and will imme
diately start work on the financial end
of the proposition, in order to approach
the people while the enthusiasm
aroused at the good roads smoker on
Monday night is still hot.
LAS CRUCES DAILY RECOTID.
Las Cruces, X. M., ec. S. The
following deeds and other papers of
record have been filed in the office of
the probate cferk of Dona Ana county:
Minnie TV. Sutherland to "W. A.
Sutherland, warranty deed to 130.0o
acres of land located in section 31,
township 21, south of range 1 east;
also 14.71 acres adjoining the above
piece, $1, i
F. M. Gallaher to L. J. Stoltz, war
ranty deed fo the southeast quarter of
the southeast quarter section 31. town
ship 25, south of range 3 east, con
taining 40 acres, 2000. v
Ella F. Buvens and husband to Earl
Patterson, warranty deed to lots 7, S
and 9, block 17 of Buven's addition to
town of Dona Ana, 1 and other valu
Charles L. Hosmer to Ralph E.
French and Emma A. French, his
mother, , warranty deed to 11.S7 acres
of land on-the south side of the public
Dona Ana and on the
east side of the acequia madre de Dona
R. Li. Brownlee, of Beckham county,
Oklahoma; to A. D. Brownlee, quit
11. ,-lr.r.a ir o rjY-rol nf m.Tln Oil
Griggs street in Las Cruces, located in
gTSSU ??.;s first subdrislon to
a. D. Brownlee and wife to Thomas
ate, quit claim deed to a parcel of
land' on Griggs street, located in
Brownlee & Co.'s first subdivision to
i,as Cruces, 1.
Thomas Tate "and wife to A. D.
Brownlee, quit claim deed to a parcel
of land adjoining the above described
property, located in Brownlee & Co.'s
first subdivision to Las Cruces, 1.
Manuel R. CSavez, Maria C. Foun-
tain Josefa E. Chavez,Candelana C
Lulan. Luisa R. Chavez, Adelina F.
Chavez, Pomposa M. Chavez and De
metrio Chavez, the sole surviving heirs
of Chavez, wife of Demetrio Chavez,
deceased, to Delia M. Drahos, quit
claim deed to block 18 in the Alameda
tract, containing 9.6 acres," 1.
Satisfaction of Mortjyase.
Thomas Tate to Charles D. Thomp
son and wife, tV-tisfaction of mort
gage. Butcher Bond Filed.
Primitivo Ortega and Guadalupe Lu
cero have filed bond in the sum of
1000 for the conducting of a retail
butcher business in the town of Las
J. X. Minetree, M. D, has filed his
physician's certificate as issued by the
New Mexico board of health and med
A marriage license has been Issued to
Eplfanio vBalensuela, aged 29 years, and
Francisca R. Romero, aged 21 years,
both of Dona Ana.
liAS CRUCES MIN'OR- HAPPEXIXGS.
LasCruces, X. M., Dec. S.-Irs. TV.
A. Fleming Jones, who has been serl-
i ously 111 for the past few days, is re-
j ported by her physicians as being much
Attorney .T. H. Faxton left yester- i
iiy iur -Aiamogorao, wnere ne nas
business before judgo Wright in the
Judge Frank TV. Walker ds home
rom Deming and will regain - here
unm January, as he has finished all
the court business In his district. In
j January he will go to Santa Fe to sit
j on the supreme court bench during the
1 session of that body.
Holiene Banner has shipped his pho-
and wil, open UD soQn
( can get located in a suitable room.
Last evening -at Loretto hall the
girls of that institution rendered a
musical program that was highly ap
preciated by the large crowd present
and the performers were heartily ap
plauded and in several instances re
called. XEARIXGT COMPLETION.
Las Cruces, X. M.. Dec. 8. The floorsJ
have been finished in the new Riley
block and today the workmen are put
ting in the plate glass windows. The
plastering and interior work is done
in one room and the other room will
be finished within a few days
Qn the building being erected
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by Mrs. J. L. May, the bricklayers will
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jiijioii mis nccn. cum Luc ixiiyeniers
will start at once on their part of the
work. Both these buildings have been
constructed in a very short time and
they add much to the appearance of
Las Cruces, N. M., Dec. S. The ba
zaar being conducted by the women
of the Catholic church for the purpose
of obtaining more money in their
building and plaza improvement fund,
opened yesterday at Loretto academy
and a large crowd was in attendance
during the afternoon.
Is Cruces, N. M., Dec. 8. Harold
Fitzgerald has opened a new automo
bile garage in the building back of
the Las Cruces Citizen office, which
was formerly occupied by the' French
COL. BBALL MAKES OFFER
TO BUILD TO BIG SPRIX'G
Big Spring, Tex., Dec. 7. Col. Fred
Y. Beall, of New York city, has made
Big Spring a proposition for a railroad
nnTfVi tTiTTiiifli "DfiTr-crkn fP..-T. r.mi. n ..
and Bailey counties. toTexIco! He asksN'eekly. Saturday at 2:30 p. m.. at which
?2,uuu wnen road i-s completed.
grounds for a yard worth $20,000 and
right of way through the county.
BRIXGS IX FLOAVIXG WELL.
Pecos, Texas, Dec S. Robert Hind
ley, who lives three miles south of Pe
cqs, has brought in a fine flowing well
at his place, the water rising, four feet
above the ground. The flow was reach
ed at a depth of about 242 feet.
Never hesitate to ask your
Pectoral. Use it or not, as
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The Selection of
We are retiring
entire stock must
227 San Antonio
AND SALOON ROBBED
Hodges Dies Frorn Injuries
Caused hv Cave-in of
Tucumcari, N. M., Dec. S. Robbers
entered the Lobby saloon near the
Rock Island station last night and
stole 14 from the cash register.
The entrance was made through
the back door of the cafe, the
glass being broken. The size of
the broken pane indicates . that
the thief was of small stature. The
robbery is supposed to have taken place
shortly after the closing hour at 1
oclock. The thief then went to the
store of Tafoyfc. and Lawson and mak
ing an entrance there, he outfitted
i at amk wi Bt ' mk a
himself with suit vcase, overcoat and a Democratic club to the returning dele
complete suit of clothes with all ac- gates to the constitutional convention
cessories. The police Taave a clew to Invitations have been sent to all dele
the guilty one, it is said. This is the i gates.
second time the Lobby has been robbed
in the last month.
Robert Hodges, the workman who
was injured by the caving in of the
foundation excavation on the Voren-
berg hotel, died last night and the re-
mains were taken to his home south
of Tucumcari. It is said that his wife
had had a- premonition of his fate and
had written him warning him to be
careful. The fatal wounds were the re
sult of his fall upon a spade which
he had In his hands at the time of the i
It is announced that the contract has j
en' let for the construction of the
"W. B. Rector office building on the
two lots adjoining the Vorenberg ho
tel on the east. Home brothers who
are building the hotel, got the con
tract, which is said to have been ap
proximately -$9000. The building will
extend to a depth of 90 feet and will
he built of stone with a pressed brick
front, the rooms to be heated by steam.
The 'award call for the completion
within 90 days.
Work has been resumed on the main
building of- theSimpson and Home
Ltimber company's plant on the corner
of Main and Monroe streets. Work was
temporarily abandoned due to the lack
of material, but this lack has now
been adjusted and the buildings will
soon be finished.
"MAX OF JEE HOUR.'
Sunday ard Monday, Dec 11 and 12,
Matinee Sunday, "The Manvof the Hour"
will be seen here. It played in New
York for two years to record breaking
business. The record of the Broadhurst
play is nq less remarkable than the
j $lay itself, which has been pronounced
by the most eminent reviewers of dra-
niatic subjects to be by all odds the
best political play written. Seats go
on sale Friday morning.. The prices
are 50c to $1.50; matinee, 50c to'?l.
VAUDEVILLE AT MAJESTIC
The Majestic offers a vaudeville bill
tonight. Manager Rich says the bill
is great. Here it is:
1. Overture, Earl V. Alcorn.
2. Rogers & Marvin, In a Royal Wel
come. 3. Claud Kelly and Madeline Rowe, in
Travesties and Songs.
4. Trump, Marvel of the Wire.
5. Claus & Radcliff, Comedy Singing
and Eccentric Dancing.
C. Motion Pictures.
Two shows are given nightly and the
same Majestic prices 10 and 25 cents
"BEYOXD THE GREAT DIVIDE."
The New York success, "Beyond the
Great Divide," will be the new 'bill at
the Crawford tonight- Manager Rich
says it is a great play at popular prices
15c, 25c and 35c Seats are now sell
ing. XEW HAPPY HOUR BILL.
"The College Boy,"" which opens to
nignt at the Happy Hour, manager
Rayniond Teal says is one of his
strongest offerings. It is one of Geo.
M. Cohan's successes and is a royalty
play. Mr. Teal says special wSrdrobo
and scenery are arranged for "The Col
lege Boy." There is one matinee
the Drices are 10 and 20 cents. The
evening performance Is at 8:15. Re
served seats are on sale at Ryan's drug
store: both phones. They will be held
1 if ordered by phone.
GETS HOSPITAL COXTRACT.
Phoenix, Ariz., Dec. S. S. C. Cox
hai, been awarded the contract for the
construction of the Maricopa county
tuberculosis hospital to cost $6365.
Bad enough, to be sure. Butt
cos are worse- Stterg
stop your itcmi coia ai once.
doctor about Ayer's Cherry
he says. He knows, ttn" I
Mil MM III I I I I I I fl
MANY WOULD RUN
SALOONS IN BISBEE
For Licenses Submitted
to City (Uouncil.
Bisbee, Ariz., Dec. S. r-Twentyyseven
applications for saloon license have j
been submitted to -the city council. On
ly two of them were returned, as theyj
were not drawn up in proper form. A
large number of (the applicants lire
Slavonians, naturalized Americans.
'.Collections made by the city marshal
during November amounted to 4178.96,
according to an official statement.
A reception and" smoker will be given
Saturday night by the Warren District
1 large-jCdrce-ofworkmenmainly '
carpenters, are being hired to remodel
the building recently leased by .the ,
Lowell club. Work in be completed
Derore (Jhrlstmas. when a ball will lie i
given by the club members.
rtoad superintendent S. Elder states
that many Californians have rushed to
the northern narr of Pnoiiico an rir-n- i
ham counties to investisratA th PYtont-
and the future possibilities of oil Li
The fraternal order of Eagles has
elected the iollowinn- nffipor- w;i.
liam Buckett, president; G. It. Larson ! f
vice president: F. Fendersoii eero- t S
tary; H. L. Hillman, treasurer, and
James McDonald, chaplain.
J. he case of, Hanson vs. ,the Harrison !
company was decided in favor of the
piaintui to whom the court allowed
the sum of S130a damages. N . !
The High School girls lyceum met '
m the fpntrnl cVrwi i,tu: -,.,
Roberts recited an original parodv on '
Gray'! "Elegy in a Countrv CLureh i
- . -v,.yjJi uunuiug. -U13S '
A lodge of the Theatrical Mechanical
association has been established here
with 40 members.
Franklin Heights, Arizona and New
man streets N. O. Holty to E. E.
Ware, lot 15 and west 15 feet of lot 16,
block SS; consideration S4500. Decem
ber 3, 110.
French addition, Madera street, be
tween Jefferson street and French
avenue Primitivo and Benita R. de
Flores to William French, lot 20, block
3; consideration $200. December 3
Highland Park, Atlanta street, be
tween Washington and Cotton avenues
A. B. Remick to Rev. H. R. Wilson,
lot 22 and east half of lot 23, block
S; consideration $550. November 26,
Campbell's addition, North Florence,
between Texas and Mills streets A.
Courchesne to Felix Martinez, undi
vided half interest In lots 6 and 7, block
230; consideration $5000. December 6,
Sunset Heights, Prospect avenue, be
tween Miramon and West Boulevard
W. B. and E. F. Ware to Ev O. Holty.
west 5 feet of lot 4, lot 5 and east 10
feet of lot 6, block 20; consideration
$2500. December 7, 1910.
El Paso county J. T. Tippet to E. G.
King, sections 11. 15, 14, 12, 10, 13, 9
and 16, block 33, public school land;
consideration 10,000. November 7, 1910.
Cotton addition, Magoffin avenue, be
tween Dorchester street and Cotton
avenue Cotton estate to city of EI
Paso, lots 39 to 48 and the southeast
portions of lots 49 to 53, all Inclusive,
ing, nor feel that she is in danger "when
" Iwo I
2 P.M. I
and ., I
3 7s50 I
7 P. M. J
in preparation of the event. Mother's Friend relieves tho pain and discomfort
anCAr? TiTT io crH-nin n-n lia dlfforont Hcra-moTic tmHTrnm fin TiaTISfin. TlV COnTlt.Or-
action, prevents backache and numoness
of "breast glands. Its regular use fits and
system for a proper and natural
ending of the term, and it assures
for her a quick and complete recov
ery. Mother's Friend is sold at
drug stores. Write for free hook for
BBADFLELD BEGTJLATOB CO.,
Crrir -....-.. i. ... . mnpc
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diCij S0f Nemo anil C-B Cors
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Wm I 68 cents
Worth $1.50 and $2.00
Special lot of plain tailored
waiats. m.ule in good styles, of
linene, linen and madras waist
ing in white and colors. This
lot i3 composed of all the odds
and ends, an incomplete line of
sizes, of wxiists which sell regu
larly for 1.50 and $2.00. On
Economy Friday only, will they
be offered at this price.
All pure silk Ribhons. warp print
ed designs in dark and medium
colors. Five and six inches wide,
suitable for Christmas fancy
things. A regular 35c qtiality. on
a vara T -
Just a few manufacturer's samples
of fancy neckwear, jabots, stocks,
turnovers, bows, etc., in pretty
new styles. The special lot "for
Economy Friday contains manv
pieces worth 75c.
Every Friday Is Remnant Dy
Extra Good Bargains in the Bafcment
On " Economy Friday" you'll always find jextra good bargains in the base
ment bargains in good, staple, seasonable merchandise-- the things you
need for immediate use. Notice the offerings in this advertisement good
warm nightgowns warcn petticoats and a good "domet'ilannel for mak
ing winter garments.
SVe cannot fill telephone orders for these items.
Good quality heavily fleeced domet
flannel in white only. A quality
suitable for making night gowns
and children's garments. Regularly
81-3c.'we will. sell not more than
12 vards to each customer to
On Friday, All Toys Left From Last Year
at Half Price
block 71; consideration $8652. Novem
ber IS, 1910.
Government Hill, Hayne's subdivision,
Westminster street, between Lamar
street and Fort Bliss road W. H. Aus
tin and James L- Marr to Mrs. Addie
Powell, east half of lot 35, block L;
consideration $100. December 7, 1910.
Magoffin's addition. Tays street, be
tween Seventh and Eighth streets R.
P. V. de C. H. Garcia to Nicolas Ca
dena, lots 1 and 2, block 37; considera
tion $1225. December 1, 1910.
To Wilfred C. Smith, American, 2326
Bassett avenue, boy, October 16.
To Tom Lea. American, 131f Nevada,
boy, December 6. -
To J. W. Daniels, American, 710
Roosevelt avenue, boy, November. 30.
To Henry De Voto, Italian,' 220 Doug
las, boy, November 23.
To Levas W. Matthis, negro, 404
Tays street, girl. December 6.
ROOSEVELT'S FRIEXD QUITS
OFFICE OF L. S. MARSHAL.
Washington, D. O, Dec. S. Jack
Abernathy, United States marshal for
Oklahoma, appointee of former presi
dent Roosevelt, came to Washington
yesterday and handed his resignation
to attorney general Wickersham.
Charges had been preferred against the
marshall, but ho did not wait to hear
what they were.
After demanding several times to see
the attorney general, Abernathy got
tired of asking, wrote a resignation,
presented it to Frank Cole, Mr. Wicker
sham's private secretary and stalked
out. The marshal announced he was
It is the nature of women to suffei
uncomplainingly, the discomforts and
fears that accompany the hearing of
rhildrp.n. Motherhood is their crown
ing glory, and they "brave its suffer- I
ings for the joy that children "bring.
.No expectant mother need suffer, j
however, during tne penoa oi wait-
"bahy comes, if Mother's Friend is used
of limhs and soothes the inflammation
prepares every portion of the mother's
m.,uS El Paso Pasteur Insfrtuie j;
jg? l TB SPB ? W I For Preventive Treatment
lL-T evN. Sfc. "S. Jk I 323 SAX ANTONIO STREET. j
W IP k PLa 3sJls3LJi I pl,one 2340 1 Re- 345T 1
omorrow, the Ninth
About seventy-five of these
Corsets are offered in
day's sale, good styles
incomplete in the line
sizes. These are the long,
medium and short models,
which regularly sell up to
$'5.00. On Economy Friday,
choose-froni this Q H r
Special lot fine net. chiffon, lace and silk
waists, odds and ends of styles formerly
sold up to $12.50.
Extra, quality, genuine Jjristle
brushes, ebony solid backs. A
quality appropriate for Christmas
gifts. Regularly these sell for
$1.50 a pair on Friday we price
a pair vwl
Very good hair brushes, the solid
back with good quality bristles.
These are in a variety of sizes and
shapes and are usually sold for
50c to 75c. On Economy Friday
we price them,
Well made night gowns of good
quality outing flannel in neat
light color stripes. Full length
and ample width, with plain yoke,
with collar or collarless. Tomor
row we offer an extra AA
good kind,- each jT t
going to New York, where he would
see Col. Roosevelt.
"I've got business there," he said.
"but of course I'll see the colonel. I
j didn't wait to see the charges against
j me, but I've got, an idea of what they
are, and if charges make me incom
j petent, I don't want the job."
IS NEARLY COMPLETED.
Prescott, Ariz., Dec. 9. The new
Pioneer home here is almost completed I
and requires but 14 more pillars to be J
installed. R. A. Craig of the board of ;
control will come from Phoenix next
week to accept it. 1
How 'Many Women
Destroy Their Hair?
(From the London Saturday Review).
One of the best known hairdressers
in London much patronized by roalty
has tne following to say: "Frequent
washing of the head with soap and wa
ter or prepared shampoos makes the
hair brittle and causes it to lose its
color and split at the ends.
"Any person desiring abundant, lus
trous hair should use a dry shampoo
frequently. Mix 4 ounces of orris root
with 4 ounces of therox. Sprinkle &
Ltablespoonful of this mixture evenly
upon the head; then brush the powder
thoroughly through the hair.
"Therox and orris root keep the hair
light and fluffy, and beautifully lus
trous it heightens, but does not
change tne natural color of the hair.
Therox is the only thing I know that
will produce a growth of hair."
ieai Lymph a l!fe!s!2
Nature's own rem
edy lor depleted
nerve force; for ex
haustion; for de
ollity ; for insomnia;
now prepared in
most niehlv efflca-
ceous tablet form. $S i
per box. Lasts one
month. Sold in
El Paso only W
.Kelly & Pollard. Sheldon HoteL
Smt " V v
Fri - -Wj
Extra, large size, bahdana handker
chiefs for making aprons, laundry
bags and pillow tops. Large fig
ures h red anjTblue, - O -
in fast colors. Each , . A '
ART SCRIM NOVELTIES
Table covers, scarfs, centerpieces,
etc., made of extra quality, art
scrim, embroidered and tinted in
many handsome designs. A good
thing to include in the
Christmas list. Each . .
Xeatly made short underskirts of
good weight outing flannel, in
plain white and light color stripes.
These are made with deep flounce
scalloped and 'birctonholed with
lk in" pink or blue. A quality
regularly sold for i0cy QP
"-v "jSS- L,-jA
In Locating in
Horace B. Stevens
ASSAYERS & CHEMISTS
Independent Assay Office
D. W. Eicksabt. EJf., Proprietor.
Agent for Ons Shippers Assays and
Chemical Analysis. Mines Examined
and Reported Upon, iulllon Yferh 4
Specialty. p Q Box 8e
Office and Laboratory:
Cr. Saa Fraadsce & CaJbufcu Sfc.
EU PASO. TEXAS.
Custom Assay Office
CIUTCHETT & FERGUSON.
Assayers, Chemists. Metallurgists.
Agents for Ore Shippers.
210 San Francisco St. Phone 32
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