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Saturday, Dec. 31, 1910,
LAS CRUCES AND
MESILLA VALLEY
The office of The Herald for Las
Cruces is in the Hoffman & Tipton
drug store. This firm will deliver
The Herald each night at the regu
lar rate of 60 cents a month.
Thoughffy
Parent
SHIPE KILLED IN
BAILROAD ACCIDENT
Recommend the International Business
College because they know that the
school employs only teachers of moral
worth and business ability men and
women who can help in a measure to lay
the foundation for a broad, noble, and
to nr-, tc at tw 3L Ed Shine, manly character, witnout wmcn, Knowi-
of Organ, and A. P. Sliipe, of this city, j'edge. ability and special training are of
received a telegram yesterday from j little avail.
Salina, Kans., announcing the death of j yn .guii is half done. Start right, i
their younger brother. Fred who was ke&p rfght and yQu . cQme oufc rfght j
whHe on dutyTVTmaabie conci- Begin the Xew Year right Quit lookmg
ao-nno ?e the fact that only a short ior a "job." Call at the college and
time ago Mr. Shipe ,took a vacation, j learn how easy it is to prepare for a
and the man who took his run, was . g00(j position. j
killed while on duty on the same train. . ,r , . . tj, .
are convinced that you are making no j
mistake. You can not afford to make a j
mistake in matters ol education. The
best is none too good for you.
Corner San Antonio and Oregon.
No details were received in tne telegram.
HOLD &00D ROADS
MEET AT DONA ANA
Las'Cru'ces, N. M., Dec 31. A meet
ing in the interest of good roads was
held last night in the school house at
Dona Ana which was "-attended by a
large crowd. Many property owners in
the vicinity pledged their aid, both
financially and in work to the building
of the El Paso-Dona Ana road. The
speakers from Las Cruces were N. C.
Frenger. "W. A. Sutherland, TV. P. La
point and Francis E. Lester.
HAYXER TO BUILD SAMPLE
CONCRETE HOUSE IX CRUCES
Las Cruces, X. M., Dec, 31. Frank
M. Hayner, of the Las Cruces Lumber
company, has the agency here for the
No De Ka patent concrete houses,
vchich are being put on the market by
Otto P. Kroeger & Co., of El Paso. Mr.
Kroeger "being the inventor of the
house. Mr. Hayner has several pros
pective buyers on his list and will put
up a sample house in this city about
the middle of January.
MAIN STREET IMPROVEMENT
COMPLETED IX LAS CRUCES
Las Cruces, N. M.t Dec. 31. O. H.
Brown, the contractor, who has been
putting the asphaltum finish on Main
street in this city, completed the two
blocks which were being Improved
yesterday and the street is now open
to traffic. It is probable that several
more streets -will be treated with the
same material within the next year.
J. P. MULLIN, PRES.
ship 23, south of range S west, con
taining 160 acres.
Harry B. Strait of Deming. for the
northwest quarter of section 30, town
ship 24, south of range 9 west, con
taining 159.03 acres.
LAS CRUCES LAND OFFICE NOTES.
Las Cruces, N. M., Dec 31. The fol
lowing homestead entries have been
allowed by the local United States land
office:
Jesse B. Cranmer of Cliff, for the
south half of the southeast quarter,
and the south half of the southwest
quarter of section 15, township 15,
south of range 1& west, containing 160
acres.
Frederico Sedilloa of Monticello, for
the south half of the southwest quar
ter of section 26, the southeast quar
ter of the southeast quarter of section
27, and the northeast quarter of the
northwest quarter of section '35, all in
township 10, south of range 7 west,
containing 160 acres.
Percy H. Harris of Deming, for the
east half of the northeast quarter, and
the east half of the southeast quarter
of section 29, township 26, -south of
range 9 west, containing 160 acres.
Robert H. Williams of Deming, for
the southeast quarter of section lY,
township 26, south of range 5 west,
containing 160 acres.
"Woodburn H. McCahon of Deming,
for the southeast quarter of section
8, township 23, south of range 9 west,
containing 160 acres.
Charles A. Leach of Deming, for the
southwest quarter of section 22, town-
LAS CRUCES DAILY RECORD.
Las Cruces, N. M., Dec 31. The fol
lowing deeds and other papers of rec
ord have been filed in' the office of
the probate clerk of Dona Ana county:
Deeds Filed.
L. H. "Vanderwerf of El Paso to John
W. Birdzell of Roswell, warranty deed
'to lots 11 and 12, block 60, Miller's
"Washington Park addition to Las
Cruces: $1 and other valuable con
siderations.
R. "W. Brownlee to Thurman. Sears,
warranty deed to lots 21 and 22, block
11, Mesllla Park tract; 1 and other
valuable considerations.
J. T. Miller to "W. H. Hoghland of
"Wlnchel, Texas, warranty -deed to lotH
1, 2, 46 and 47, block 39, Miller's
Washington Park addition to Las
Cruces: $1 and other valuable consid
erations. Guadalupe Freitze, Daniel C. Freitze,
Emelia Freitze. George Freltze. Caro
lina Freltze, G. Albino Freitze and
Josefina freitze to Natividad Carrion,
quit claim deed to SO acres of land, $1.
Natividad Carrion to Hugh Clary,
warranty deed to 166.99 acres of land
bounded on the north by the lands of
the Santo Tomas de Tturbide grant;
$1 and other valuable considerations.
Satisfaction of Mortgage.
William F. Jacoby to Dirk E. Selig
man and wife, satisfaction of mort
gage. Certificate of Stock Issued.
A certificate of stock In the Mesilla
"Valley Abstract and Title company for
1900 shares was issued to Charles B.
Addis. Par value of the shares is
placed at $10 each.
1 1 - Removal Shoe Sale
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After Jan. 15th in our New Location, 203 Mas
Tlie ffreatly reduced prices at which we are now selling- our entire stock of
Men's Shoes offer an opportunity for economy which will not come again for
another six months. Do not put it off until it is too late, either because the sale
will close or because your size is gone.
All Edwin Clapp $7.00 grades; All Bench Made $5.00 grades;
Eemoval price . . . . $5.79 Bemoval price $4.19'
All Edwin Clapp $6.00 grades; -All Guarantee Special $4 grades;
Removal price $5.19 Removal price $3.39
All "Success" $3.50 grades; Removal price $2.89
EXTRA--$5.00 Grade Corduroy Top Button-EXTRA
Shoes, Extra Special Price $2,89
GREATER EL PASO'S
'GREATEST SHOE STORE
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maximum of happiness
and prosperity.
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DIRECTORS:
H. D. Bowmair: President; V. B. Mar Vice President; R. E. ircBride, Sec
retary; Charles E. Miller, Anthony, N. M.; W. W. Cox, Organ, IT. M.
THE BOWMAN BANK & TRUST CO.
Paid Up Capital $50,000.00
This Bank is in a Position to Undertake Any Kind of Banking Business.
Will Act as Executor, Administrator, Trustee, Assignee.
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.
Las Cruces, e Mexico.
JmA. 3IESA STORE IS SOLD.
La JSIesa, :NT. M., Dec 31. A. P. "Wil
liams has purchased the store building
a.nd general merchandise stock, of Cra
gin & Gumm.
ilisses ilead, Bally, Highlands and
Colquit, and Miss Mead. Hyland, Green
wood and Xiinsay attended the ball at
Ia Union.
Mr. and Mrs. C O. Rucker, of El
Paso, are visiting Mrs. "Williamson.
Edwin Reese, of Phoenix, Ariz., is
spending a few weeks -with his brother,
H. Reese.
Mrs. Antoinett Colquitt, of Torreon,
ship 23, south of range S west, con- Mexico Is with her mother, Mrs Lin
taining 160 acres, subject to the right
of way of the S. P. R. R.
Zene N. Mason of Deming, for the
northwest quarter of section 11, town
ship 23, south of range 9 west, con
taining 160 acres.
Joseph "W. Reese of Silver City, for
the east half of the northeast quarter,
and the east half of the southeast
quarter of section 15, township 17,
south of range 14 west, containing
160 acres.
Charles B. Keenum of Alpine, Texas,
for the northwest quarter of section
11, township 29, south of range S west,
containing 160 acres, and subject to
the right of way of the D. S. M. & P.
R. R.
Desert Land Entries.
The following desert land entries
have been made and approved by the
land office:
Edward M. Keyton of Deming, for
the northeast quarter of section 7,
township 26, south of range 9 west, l
containing 160 acres.
Robert HL "Williams of Deming, for
the northeast quarter of section 20,
township 26, sotuh of range 9 west,
containing 160 acres.
Percy H. Harris of Deming, for the
west half of the southeast quarter of
section 29, township 26. south of range
9 west, containing 80 acres.
Mamie "Williams of Darning, for th
southeast quarter of the southwest
quarter of septlon 12, the norlheast
quarter of the northwest quarter, the
south half of the northwest quarter,
and the north half of the southwest
quarter of section 13, the southeast
quarter of the northeast quarter, and
the northeast quarter of the south
east quarter of section 14, all in town
ship 25, south of range 12 west, con
taining 320 acres.
Emmett Conrad of Deming, for the
east half of section J.0, township 25
south of range 10 west, containing 320
acres.
' Rose C. McCahon of Deming, for the
northeast quarter of section 8, town-
say. Mrs. Colquitt s son is with her.
Mrs. E. X. Stettmund entertained the
"Woman's Card club.
The lecture by Rev. Mr. Huggett, at
I the M. E. church, was well attended.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Hannah have re
turned after spending the holidays in
El Paso.
Mrs. E. C. Richard is visiting rela
tives in Eas Cruces.
Mrs. C. F. Davis is spending- the week
with her mother, Mrs. J. D. Potter.
Miss Mary Elvesay is visiting the
i Misses Howard in El Paso.
Miss Lillian Huggett, of El Paso, is
spending the holidays with her parents,
Rev. and Mrs. Huggett.
Ralf Baker, of Clint, is a guest of
Mrs. F. S. Jones.
SEE THAT
this trade-mark is on
every bottle of Cod
liver Oil you buy;
it stands for the
original standard
and only genuine
preparation of Cod
Liver Oil in the
world
s Eiiioleion
Cod Liver Oil preparations with
out this trade-mark are only cheap
imitations, many of them containing
harmful drugs or alcohol. Be SURE
to get SCOTT'S, all druggists
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LAS CRUCES 3IIXOR. HAPPENTXGS.
Las Cruces, N. M., Dec. 31. The Blue
Ribbon buffet has moved into its new
quarters In the Mitchell building.
The Elks will keep open house to
morrow morning at the club rooms "for
the members of the order and their out
of town friends. The entertainment
committee, of which John H. May Is
chairman, will have charge of the af
fair. Antonio Paquet has opened a res
taurant in one of the rooms recently
built adjoining the 'Palace stables on
Griggs street.
Probate clerk Isidoro Armijo was
confined to his bed on Thursday with
a severe attack of grip, but was able
to be at -the of lice yesterday for a
short time.
C. O. Hoffman has moved from the
-Nevarez house to the Mrs. Rudlsill
property on North Main street.
J. D. "Wollett, who is heavily In
terested in real estate in the Mesilla
valley, is expected here about January
3 from "Waco, Texas, and will remain
here for some time. He will bring
wfcthhim a number of Texas men who
will probably invest in Mesilla valley
real estate.
To Our Patrons and
1 Pasoans
We thank you for the generous
patronage extended to us during
the past year.
On this occasion we sincerely
wish voir one and all a
Happy and Pros
perous New Year
Camozze Ice Cream
Factory
Headquarters for pure Frozen
Dainties.
BOTH PHONES
ment at the Mission pool hall yester
day resulted as follows:
Sims, 57; high run, 7. Cardinal, 43;
high run, 5. Nevarez, 54; high run, 9.
L. "W. Case, 43; high run, 7.
HAB1TY BRLL T
E HELD IN m
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Alamogordo to Close Year
With Brilliant Social
Event
TO BE MARRIED JANUARY 9.
Las Cruets. N. M., Dec 31. Frank
f P. Lucero snd Miss Maty Rouault will
be married m this city on Monday, Jan
uary 9. Mr. Lucero Is teller in the
First National bank, a son of sheriff
Felipe Lucero, a nephew of district
clerk Jose Lucero. Miss Rouault is a
daughter of T. Rouault, one of the pio
neer merchants of Las Cruces.
FARMERS WASTE WATER,
Las Cruces, N. M., Dec. 31. Consid
erable complaint is being made about
the careless handling of the Irrigation
on some of the ranches which border
the public roads. Several of the roads
north qf Las Cruces are impassible be
cause the farmers along the road have
allowed the water to run from their
land and flood the highway.
REMODELING BUILDING.
Las Cruces, N. M, Dec. 31. The old
adobe building in the rear of the coun
ter rrmT'hmi50 l holmr -r-mnnin
be used by the cook for the prisoners i
in the county jail. New windows and i
doors are belngput in and the build
ing thoroughly renovated and disinfected.
Alamogordo, N. M., Dec. 31. The
armory of company 1, N. M. N. &., will
be utilized for the big charity bali this
evening. Preparations had been made
to use the court room for this social
event but the association had to change
its plans for so doing. The decorating
committee has been very busy and has
provided a very attractive 'hall as a
result.
Samuel Holmes, of the Hamburg
(Iowa) Reporter, is here to spend the
winter with his son, Dr. J. G. Holmes
and daughter, Miss Marcia.
Mrs. A. P. Jackson and children will
return to El Paso Sunday, having spent
the holiday vacation with friends and
relatives at this place.
J. w. Parker, proprietor tot the steam
laundry, has returned from El Paso,
where he has been for about a week on
important business.
Miss Marie Schwartz, of El Paso,
visited her friend, Miss Ella Jackson at
this place a couple of days of this
week.
Misses Loma "Woods and Donna
GIvens entertained about 25 of their
friends Friday evening at the latters
home on Ninth street. A most enjoy
able evening's entertainment was fur
nished in the form of games and simi
lar amusements, after which dainty re
freshments were served.
Thirteen cars of cattle containing
about 400 head, were shipped out of
here for points in Kansas where they
will be placed on pasture. T. J. John
son had charge of the consignment. The
purchase was made by E. M. Clarke of
the local stockmen, "W. H. McNew, Tom
Frasier, J. S. Morgan, John Prather
and J. D. Swope. .,
The closing of the bird season today
has caused local hunters to get busy
that they might have that last final
shot to remember over until next year.
Our
Announcing January Sih as tEe Date of
January Clearance
Sale
Watch For
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BILLIARD TOURNAMENT.
Las Cruces. N. M., Dec 31. The only
game played in the billiard tourna
, " v (-'! . -u-.
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This bank acts as a repository for
wills, and safely keeps them till the
proper time of surrender. No charge
for this service.
El Pnno Bank and Trust Company.
Open today until 8 p. m.
From El Paso's
Largest Grocery
The
Lion Grocery
Company
109 S. Stanton Street.
TO ESTABLISH GLASS FACTORY
IN MEXICAN REPUBLIC
Application A.kert for a New Indus
try by Messrs. Bucrknln
and Company.
Mexico City, Dec. 31. Messrs. Buer
kain and company have made applica
tion to the department of fomento for
a permit to establish a crystal and
glass factory in the republic, with a
minimum capital of 200,000. The pro
posal is to manufacture fine glass
ware, all of which is being imported
Into the country at the present time.
This factory, It established, which
It probably will be, will be the only
one of Its kind in the republic.
AMERICANS IN DURANGO
GIVE AMATEUR PRODUCTION
Durango, Mexico. Dec. 31. One of
the most brilliant social affairs held
In this city under the auspices of the
American colony was the presentation
last night at the Lirico theater of "Dot,
the Miner's Daughter," by Americans.
The performance was attended by
Americans and Mexicans. The follow
ing Americans took part: Miss Maysle
" " " ' ' ssc
PRICE LIST
Holmes Dyeing & Cleaning Works
LADIES' LIST
Plain Skirts, cleaned $1.00
Plain Skirts, dyed ! 1.25
Pleated Skirts, cleaned 1.25
Pleated Skirts, dyed 130
Plain One-Piece Dresses, cleaned 1.50
Plain One-Piece Dresses, dyed 2.00
Fancy Dresses, cleaned ....'. $1.50 to 3.00
Coats, cleaned" $1.00 to 1.75
Coat Suits, cleaned $2.00 to 2.50
Coat Suits, dyed $2.50 to 3.00
Opera Coats and Capes, cleaned '. .$1 .50 to 2.00
Short Gloves, pair, cleaned 15c; 2 pair .25
Long Gloves, pair, cleaned '. . . . .25
Plumes and Fancy Articles cleaned.
GENTLEMEN'S LIST
Coats, cleaned and pressed $1.00
Trousers, cleaned and pressed .50
Vests, plain or fancy, cleaned and pressed .25
Suits, sponged and pressed '. .75
Overcoats, sponged and pressed 50c to .75
Overcdhts cleaned v $1.50 to. 2.00
Neckties, cleaned, 10c each; dozen '. 1.00
Hats, cleaned and blocked .75
Hats, cleaned and blocked, new trimming $1.25 to 1.50
Our New Plant and Equipment Enables Us
to Turn Out More and Better Work
TELEPHONES 786, 787, 791
701 Texas Street. Branch Office, 218 Mesa Ave.
McLaughlin, Tomas "Watson, Mrs. C. E.
Smith, James McLaughlin, John Han
cock, Mrs. C. W. Silver, Miss Nonie
Chandler, Gilbert Woodyard, Joe Bush,
E. B. "Wright, J. S. McCaughan and
Paul "Woods.
"American railroad after January 1.
A circular making such announce
ment will be issued on New Year's day,
signed by C. W. Fish, traffic manasrer
kand approved by E. N. Brown, presi
dent of the merger system.
PATON IS CHOSEN PASSENGER
AGENT OP MERGER LINES
Mexico City, Dec 31. TV. F. Paton
will be general passeneer agent and
E. T. "WInchell assistant passenger
agent of the National railways of Mex
ico, the Interoceanic railway, the Vera
cruz and Isthmo railroad, and the Pan-
KILLED BY TRAIN.
It is reported that the mangled body
of a Mexican laborer was found Friday
on tbe Sanfa Fe right of way near San
Marcial. No report of the, case has
been made to officials in El Paso, the
investigation of such, matters being
made from the Albuquerque offices.
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