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"Wednesday, Not. 6, 1912
EL PASO HERALD
Glasses made by us haoe an in
dividualUy which appeals to dis
criminating Wearers of glasses.
And, then, loo, they are mod
El Paso Optical
' Opticians to the Southwest f
Social Doings In the Southwest
Morenci, Ariz., Nov. 6. Professor i
Splerno, director of the Morenci Con-
t rt band, has returned this week from j
Xew York, after a month's absence. 1
v. here he was married recently, his
i lfe accompanying him. They have I
pone to housekeeping' on D hill. i
Fred C. Pierpoint has resigned his
position as craneman at tne jj. c smei
tor and has gone into business for
himself, ooeratlng a hauling and trans
Mrs. J. Bertram Job and daughter
1' ive returned to camp, after an extend
ed trip to California.
Mrs. Frank Rathbun and son. Frank,
hae returned, having spent the past
six months visiting in Massachusetts
Dr James Douglas and Walter Doug
las, president and general manager, re
spectively, of Phelns. Dodee & Co..-
spent several days in camp inspecting
Robert Ray. chief auditor of Phelps,
T'odge and company, also was a busi
ness visitor, attending to matters per
ijining to his department
Earl Hastings has a position in the
clerical department of the Arizona Cop
ler company and will move his family
to camp as soon as he can secure a
Mrs. C B. Konnemakcr entertained
for Mrs. F. J Coleman, who is leaving
Mrs. G. M. Robison and daughter, j
Florence, have arrived after an ex- 1
tended visit In Colorado and points j
Pecos. Texas, Nov. 6. T. B. Pruitt
went to Toyah on business.
Sam Long and wife have returned
from Deming. K. M.
Mrs. J. L. Murdock, of Toyah, spent
a few hours in the city.
Mrs. W. C. Cargill. of Toyah. visited
J?ecos this week.
Miss Beulah Wilson ' has returned
from a visit to El Paso.
J. A. Brady has returned from Dallas.
Kent Harrison and wife, of McKee's
Heights, have been visiting in the city
Clay Cooke and wife have gone to
Dallas and other east Texas points on
a visit of several days.
Jno. B. Howard, of Midland, was in
Pecos on legal business.
M. W. Tauntum. of Kent, autoed down
and spent several days in Pecos.
B. J. Strickland has returned from
a trip to Ft. Worth and other points.
Clark M. Milllcan. of Dallas, is vis
iting his sister. Mrs. Harry W. Hinkla.
W. T. H. Baker has left on an. ex
tended visit to his mother at Stamford
G. C. Sparks, of Toyah, was a visitor
in Pecos several days.
L. W. Anderson, general manager of
the P. V. a railway, has left for Mn
eral Wells, on receipt of a telegram
stating that his wife was serlottsry ill.
Alex Hines has returned from Dallas.
Marvin Davis, of Lympia, who has
been spending the past two weeks here,
Alpine. Texas. Nov. 6. Mrs. P. W.
Berry, who has been very ill in &ui
Antonio, is convalescing and her hus
band has returned to Alpine.
Mrs. A. B. Weakley, of Comanche,
Okie., Is visiting her daughter, Mrs.
James Williamson, owner of one of
the largest alfalfa and apple farms near
Roswell. stopped off in Alpine to spend
a day with Reagan Cartwright
The women of the Methodist church
gave a social at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. H. L. Lackey. Music by the Alpins
quartet, recitations and fortune telling
were features of the evening's enter-
Mrs. O. H. Hector and Miss Mary
Hector have come in from thoi,- nn,.h I
at Shafter and are the guests of Mrs.
HACtar's TULrAlltfl Cmn anH VH rr.-.
Guy Crawford has moved his family
into town for the winter.
Mr. and Mrs. Reagan Cartwright have
left for a visit to their parents. Mr.
and Mrs. Matthew Cartwright. in Ter
rell. The women of the Presbyterian
chureh are making plans for a sale of
Christmas cards and leaflets.
J. I F. Miles brought down a large
buck on one of the Twin mountains on
the first day of the season.
Mlse Ollle Anderson gave an elabor
ate party to a number of her young
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Brown have re
turned from Marfa.
Rev. T. C. Watson and Mrs. Watson
have returned, to Bellinger, after a
visit to Mrs. Watson's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. W. Battles.
.Dr. G. W. Beakley. of Austin, was in
Mrs. James Darling has retuiued
from Clarendon, where she visited her
daughter, Mrs. Reynolds
" . -rumers nas reiurnea Irom
a business trip to Valentine.
At a meeting of the Missionary so
ciety of the New Mexico conference at
Las Cruces, Mrs. Hubert M. Smith, of
Alpine, was elected first vice president.
and Mrs. J. H. Derrick, of Alpine, was
elected district secretary for the EI
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are ChanceTo Save Money
On New Fall Suits, Coats
Dresses and Furs
We have received another shipment of high grade suits at such a price as enables us
to offer them to you ridiculously low. There are many models to choose from in every
wanted shade and material. Nothing has been left to chance in the selection of them
for our customers. They run up in value to $25.00. You get your Ql A QK
choice for W x&D
Marfa. Texas, Nov. 6. Mr. and lira.
Will Murphy have returned from San
Antonio. Mr. Murphy Is much Improved
Chae. Bailey will remain in Shafter
for a few weeks.
Capt Adams and interesting family
have left for .their new location at Ft
Meedames Mahon and Lempert enter
tained the young people at their re
Mrs. B. Mitchell is in KI Paso for
Mrs. R. R. Smith is convalescing since
her recent illness.
The Episcopal women realized a neat
sum at the market sale.
- Lieut. Wheeler and family are now
located in Marfa temporarily.
The Catholic women have organised
their society with a number of mem
bers, to irieet twice a month.
Miss Alice Brown is teaching in the
Mrs. S. Cartwright is spending a few
days here, the guest of her mother.
A Marvelous Swoape.
"My little boy haad a marvelous escape."
writes P. F. Bastiams of Prince Albert.
Cape of Good .Hope. "It occurred in
the middle of the night. He got a very
severe attack of croup. As luck would
have it, I had a large bottle of Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy in the house.
After following th directions for an
hour and twenty minutes he was
through all danger." Sold By alt deal- I
ers Advertisement. ,
Women's and Misses'
A goodly array to sehwt from, ma
terials are broadcloth, serge and
fancy mannish, mixtures of cheviot,
eU:; worth to $27.50. rf-j s QJ
A1I of them go atPiO.O
Another shipment serge dresses
reae to us yesterday, "blackand navy,
blue only, sizes 14 yean to 46 inch
bust, tailored or trimmed; positive
ly $10.00 vahies. 6 AC
You get choke for... . 0.t7U
Women's and Misses'
These coats are in sueh favor ibis
season that this offering is one of
extraordinary interest, for they are
truly remarkable at this prce, styl
ish, full length models with shawl
collars, well made, all sizes; worth
to $95.00. Yett get
From a Comfy
An icy is.
Bed to '
- fe, Am & m M,
Makes One Shiver to Think of it.
It s hard enough under ordinary conditions to crawl from under
those nice warm covers, but to have to dress in a room when the
thermometer is down around freezo shivers and shake
DON'T DO IT!
Get a Gas Heater and
Have Heat on Tap!
HEATERS FROM $3.00 UP
El Paso Gas & Electric Co.
425 N. Oregon Street.
P S.jA word to Fall Brides: Do not start housekeeping without a
is devoted to home furnishings. W
all grades that are worthy and at
Willow Clothes Baskets, me
dium size; worth $1.00. y
Special O C
5 foot Ironing! Boards; ?Q
worth 86c. Special Ot?C
32 ounce Floor Mops; a pj
worth 76e: Special ft C
4 string Kitchen Brooms;
worth 46c. Special OOC
Brass Junior Wash Boardls;
worth 35c. ' JQ
Special dt t C
Medium size Clothes Hampers;
worth $3.50. &Q OK
No. 16 Japanned Coal Bods;
worth 36c. OC
Special '. &OC
?.o. 16 Galvanised Coal Bods;
worth 46c 5ffi
Long Handle Stove Shovels;
worth 15c "
12 quart Gray Enamel Dish Pans;
worth 40e. QC
17 quart Grajl-EnaBieli.Jtesh ns;
worth 6e. 'qq
7 quart Gray Enamel Tea net
tles; worth 6tc A E
2 quart Gray Snarae! like Boil
ers; worth 65c a q.
Special r C
18 inch Gray Enamel Doable Tur
key Boasters; worth aq
81.50. Special 2?OC
3 quart Gray Enamel Berlin
Kettles; worth 8Sc OK
12 quart Gray Enamel Water
Pails; worth 66c. $K
12 quart White Enamel Slop
Pads; worth 1.58.
e specialize in these lines. We show
the lowest prices in every instance.
Floor CoYerings That
9x12 Union Art Squares; worth
Room size Brussels Bogs; worth
Ss9 Brussels Rugs; QQ Pft
worth $12.00. Special tf&OcDU
9x12 Axminster Rags; worth
Room Size Fiber Rugs; worth
Fringed Fiber Door Mats; a j
worth 75c. Special .... ft C
27x54 Fiber Rugs; tfj -I l q
worth $1.39. Special Pi .117
27x54 Brussels Rugs; -g -ja
worth $1.50. Special P I I V
Sale of Lace Curtains
Two great lots of good quality
Nottingham Lace Curtains, white
or Arabian, 3 yards long, single
borders, perfect and dean. We
have never had better values than
these we now 'offer
Values to $125 pair. 7
Special ,.. I7C
Values to $225 pair. 4 At
3x6 Opaque Window Shades;
worth 35c. Q S
Adjustable Brass Curtains Rods;
worth 15c. 1 f
Tapestry Couch Covers; worth
Special $ 1 o4"
Double width Tapestry for Conch
Covers or Portieres; OC
worth 35e yd. Special. ..&IOC
Headquarters for Fnrs
Of the reliable kinds, only such as Easter
Mink, Jap Mink, Racoon, Red Pox, Black
Fox, Blue Wolf Sets, Coney, Marmot
Coats and many others. Single pieces
and 'sets. Price range from
$1,95 Hp to $100
Runs Until Saturday Nigkt
The greatest millinery values that
have been brought to your aotace.
$4.00 Women's Trimmed fiats, Hack
and assorted colors. A QQ
Choice for $litU
$6.00 Women's Trimmed frcy qq
Hats. Choice for 4vO
$7Q Women's Trimmed rfo QQ
Hats. Choice for pOUO
$10 Women's Trimmed g qq
Hats. Choice for.... $0ci70
$2.00 Children's Hats. qq
Choice for 7oC
$3.00 ChiHren's Hats. A -t Ae
Choice for & 1 &&
$4.50 Children's Hats. - QQ
Choice for Jl.0
$50 Children's Hats. sy QQ
Choice for ?'-
Our entire stock of Feathers,
Plumes, Flowers, Wings, Bands,
Ornaments, Veilings, etc, must he
sold no matter what the price.
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4969, Coat 4693, Shift
v Price, IS cent each.
. LADES SUET
Patterns, FashJoa -Sheets and Maf-
ior December bow m.
Essex 3011s aiid Forest
Mills Knit Underwear
Women's and dnMres's fleece fined
Union Suits or sepaxats garments;
worth 35c Choke esr
Women's, aiinrw and ehOdrens fine
grade Union Suits, vests or pants,
full fashioned; worth Ad
65c Choice far T'aC
Women's and misses' high grade
Union Suits, silk finished; regnJar
$1.25 values. Choice nn
for .t,- mjQC
-HOME OF LOW PRICES-
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Safford, Ariz., Nov. 5. In a chapel
car which seats 125 Rev. and Mrs. Her
miston have arrived here. Nearly 100
people had gathered to welcome the
chapel workers. Mrs. Hermiston oc
cupied the pulpit at tne Baptist church.
They will be here several weeks.
Miss Florence Brown was hostess at
a Hallowe'en party Thursday evening.
Dr. J. B. Haddon, a dentist from
Louisville, Ky., is stopping at the Olive
and is intending to locate in Safford.
Mrs. Stan Crandall has joined her
husband in Los Angeles, where he is
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Crandall have
also gone to Los Angeles, where Er
nest will study medicine.
Mrs. Jesse Phillips, of Thatcher,
died at ber home at that place. Dave
Williams and wife, the father and
mother of Mrs. Phillips, were at their
daughter's bedside, from Duncan.
Miss Anna Haws and John Burrel
were united in marriage at the hoipe
of J. R. WelKer. President Andrew
Kimball performed the ceremony. They
are from Mexico" and will -make their
home in El Paso.
Wallace Simmons, of Pima, had his
arm broken by getting caught in a
belt In Welch's mill.
Ralph Ballard, a former Safford boy,
is reported sick with spinal menin
gitis at a hospital in Prescott
Thatcher is having an epidemic o
Sheriff Tom Alger made a trip tax
Benson last week to take a Thatcher
boy to the reform school.
T. O'Brien has returned to his home
at Santa Cms, California.
When everything goes
wron jr and the future looks
black, instead of moping
aroand go right to your
druggist and ask for
You will find this & short
cut to happiness, because
they will remove the cause
of your trouble which is
nothing more than a slug
gish liver. At your drug
gist sugar coated or plain.
CARR1ZOZO, X. 'M.
Carrisozo, N. M., Nov. . Mrs. F. L.
Elliott. Mrs. J. F. Kimbell and Mrs. F.
W. Gurney were hostesses at a genuine
old time Hallowe'en social, at the home
of Mrs. Elliott. Tne house was artis
tically decorated with all the time hon
ored device, of All Saints' eve and the
Jaok-o'-lantern was much in evidence.
Besides the many Hallowe'en games
and pranks, cards were the feature of
the evening and refreshments were
served. Those attending were: Mr. and
Mra O. L. Ulriek, Mr. and Mrs. H. B.
Dawson, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Hoeck, Mr.
and Mrs. Lou Majors, Mr. and Mra A.
J Rolland, Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Sqvier.
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Jones. Mr. and Mrs.
J. E. Farley, Mr. and Mrs. Eifort, Mr.
and Mrs. J. B. Garven. Mr. and Mra G.
J. Dingwall. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Haley,
and Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Whittlnghra;
Mesdames Julia K. Gurney. J. B. French
and Edith Anderson, and Messrs. O.
Stone and S. L. Northlane.
Miss Gladys Bond, of Corona, was a
Carrisoao visitor this week.
The "ghost" basket social at the high
school building was an unqualified suc
cess, the pupils ealizing nearly S100 to
ward a fund for improving the school
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. White are receiv
ing the congratulations of friends over
the arrival of a son.
Mra William Owen and little ones
have left for their home at Corona, af
ter a visit of several weeks with rela
Mrs. Robert Gibson, of El Paso spent
a couple of days in Carrisoso.
Lee & Chase, editor of the Outlook,
returned Tuesday from a trip to Texas.
He was accompanied by his wife and
W. EL Blanchard, member, of the leg
islature from Lincoln county, was in
the city from his ranch on the Macho.
James u-ray ana aaugnters were car
rlaose visitors from the Thomas iron
mines In the Oscura mountains
Misses Izora and Luella Reasoner,
daughters of a prominent rancher of
Jicarilla, were in town on their way to
Texas for an extended visit. They were
accompanied by Mr. Dixon, a cousin,
who has been visiting at the Reasoner
Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Burnett, of Andho.
were Carrizoxo visitors. Mr. Burnett Is
principal of the schools at Ancho.
County commissioner W. M. Fergu
son and L. R. Ramsey of the Nogal mesa
were in town on business.
Junes Lee. Paul and Charles Moyer
and Wayne VanSchoyck have returned
from a trip to El Paso.
Mrs. Charles McCalmont returned this
week from an extended visit at Alamo
gordo. Hon. John A. Haley and W. J oer
in spent two days at Ancho.
-vmm'ioxi. social noratis
OF SOUTHWEST COXTrNtTBD
! OS LAW PAGE THIS SECTION -
$ BALMOKHKA. TKX
Balmorhea. Tex.. Nov. S. Mr. and
Mra Joe Blakeslee entertained with
a ghost party at their home, one mile
east of town. The house was decorated
with black cats, witches and witch caps
and Jack-o'-lanterns. Many games were
played. Miss Susie McGInley won the
prize for guessing who all the "ghosts"
were. Miss Susie also won a prize in
pinning the tail on the black cat. Mrs.
Srhertz. dressed as a witch, told the
fortunes of the guests-
Refreshments of .cake, lemonade,
pumpkin pie and candy wetv served.
Ther aruests nresent 'were: Mr. and
Mrs. Hez Kountz. Jesse Garner, Mrs.
Schertz, Mrs. Smith. Mrs. Abernathy. Mr.
r.nd Mrs. Norbet Huelster. Misses Delia
Brock, Nora Huelster, Anna Carpenter.
Susie McGInley. Jennie Odell, Gertie
Odell. Mabel Wright, Alice Peck, W. A.
Weiland. Christina Scherts, Daisy
Spring, and Florence Davis; Messrs. Dee
Humble. Robert Wagnon. Ernest Peck,
Hugh Brock, Clarence Johnson. George
Davis, Eugene Odell and Roy Jennings.
Dr. Hambrlght and Tom Huey, of
Robv. Tex., are visiting J. B. Odell.
They will take a two weeks' hunting
trip in the mountains. .
Mrs. George Grady is visiting her
sister, Mrs. J. K. Webb.
W. B. Thorp and J. K. Webb have
gone to the mountains hunting.
- XOQALBB, AKBC
Nogales. Aria, Nov. 6. Capt. Van
Leer, of the 4th cavalry, stationed in
Nogales for the past three months, has
left for a visit to his home In New
York. He will lorn his readment in
San Francisco, from which place it
saus-ior tne rnuippmes on January s.
Mrs. Van Leer left Nogales for Fort
Huachuca, and went to New Tort with
Fred Hannah has left Nogales for
Kentucky, where he will be married
some time this month to Miss Hilton,
who taught school m Nogales last year.
Fred Miller, of Mowry, Arizona, has
returned from a two months' visit to
Kansas City and other eastern points,
in the interests of mining property
which he holds in the Mowry section.
Mr. Miller left Nogales for his home
taking with him Mr. Smythe. an engi
neer employed by Major Cooper in the
Altar district, temporarily In Nogales,
for the purpose of having his property
surveyed and mapped.
If yon are gcar.g to fence, get some
of Lander's treated pests. Adv.
Put a porous plaster on the chest and
take a good cough syrup internally ii
you would treat a severe case of sore
lungs properly. Get the dollar size
BALLARD'S HOREHOTJKD STRUP.
With each bottle there is a free HER
RICKS RED PAPPER POROUS PLAS
TER for the chest. Sold by Scott White
& Co, three stores.
Now Is your time to buy your Christ- I offer my entire business for sale
mas presents ai ivime'n nine swte, jlhi- i upon reasonaoie terms.
tie Plaza. Arthur A. fdise, Little Pteaa.
El Paso Dairy Co.
423 North Oregon Sfcreet.
STTsf O Griming your baby, or invalid any kind
1 J1l of milk and
into die matter of certified raBk thoroughly.
See where your milk comes from and how
to the advice or your Doctor who
will tell you that CERTIFIED
MILK is the only kind for babies
CERTIFIED MILK is ONLY produced by us.