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Social Doings In
- PHCOS, TEXAS.
Pecos. Texas. Dec. 4. Misses Lena
and Vernon McCarver have left for Ft.
Worth to attend the Texas State Teach
Mr. and Mis. P. H. BTkins have
moed back to Pecos.
O. L. Shine, of Valdosta, 6a.. spent a
id) in Pecos on his way to the Pacific
W. R. Franklin, of Knowjes, N. it.
Msited in Pecos.
K L. Collins has been in Wae.
C H. Frost, of Toyah, spent Thanhs
giving in Pecos.
Fred and R. A. Lack, of Karmit, are
among the Winkler people in the city.
Andrew Larker and wife, of Lake
wood, N. M , spent a day in Pecos.
Mrs. Lillian Curt of Elite, N. M., is
a visitor in Pecos.
H. C. Walton, of Stephepvtlle, has ar
rived in Pecos on business.
J. S Hopkins, of Kenna, X. M-, is in
Gets Your Stomach
Under Perfect Control
Instant Relief for Indigestion and
Stomach Troubles, May Be Belied
Upon By Stuart's Dyspepsia
There is no occasion to suffer from
Indigestion or any similar stomach
trouble when you can so easily get
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets.
There is scarcely a well stocked drug
or general store in the United States
but what considers these tablets part
of thcr staple stock. -
Ion Can Travel Anywhere and Eat
laythins They Serve, If lou Hate
tnrt's Dyspepsia Tablets
Millions are used every year and
when every other man or woman you
meet recommends them to you if you
will but inquire why do you continue
to suffer from stomach trouble?
The reasons why Stuart's Dyspepsia
Tablets are such a widely used remedy
are very easy to understand. These
tablets contain almost the same ele
ments ab the gastric juices of the
stomach. And when your stomach is
sick and not working just right, it dees
not give out enough of the natural
digestive juices to properly take care
of the food you eat. So if you will
fmlv give the stomach a little help by
taking a Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablet
after meals you will relieve the stom
ach of its chief duty and allow it the
rost it needs to recuperate. One grain
f the active principle in a Stuart's
Tyspepsia Tablet digests 3,00 grains
of food, whether you place it In a glass
1ar with cooked food or In your stom
ach after you have eaten the food.
All druggists sell Stasrt's Dyspepsia
Tablets and once you try them you- will
npver again wonder what to do for a
disordered, weak, sour and gassy 4
stomach. 50 cents a box. Adv.
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423 North Oregon Street.
of milk and
CEBTUTED MILK is
TULAROSA, A". M.
Tularosa, N. M., Dec 4. J. W.
Maxwell was in town this week and
reported that on the sixth he lassoed
and dragged to death a. lynx near
Three Rivers. He" will bring the hide
to Tularosa. He thinks it will mea
sure five feet from tip to tip.
Mrs. H, S. Holloway returned to El
Paso with her husband.
The contestants selected by the
principal to represent Tularosa in the
county spelling contest to be held at
Alamogordo next week are: Misses
Christine Wohleaberg. Delia Porter
and Emma. HUburn. Misses Inez Fay
and Marie Sanchez will act as alter
nates. Louis Vigil has purchased the Esel
so Berela homestead, southeast of
A number of people from Alamo
gordo attended the Mitchell stock sale.
Nell Hism gave a well attended
dance at the Woodman ball.
Representatives of the Phelps
Dodge company were in Tularosa this
week looking over the town and vi
cinity. Mr. and Mrs. Robert II. Zindel have
taken charge of the Tularosa, tele
phone exchange, relieving Mrs. Gaines
and Irby L. Fairleee.
Miss Rachel Livingston is spending
this week in Bi Paso, visiting friends.
The Mexican boys of Tularosa gave
a dance at Sanchez which was well
Eli Knight has left for Brownwood,
Texasj to attend his brother's funeral.
Mr. and Mrs. Denton Sims have le
turned from Mescal ero where they
visited nor parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. -1
Matt Gilmore has left for his ranch
at Ruidoso. Mrs. Gilmore will remain
here for a while as guest of Mrs. T.
Earl Converse, who has bean here
visiting relatives, has left for Rui
doso. Miss Ma Sanders is here from Ala
mogordo visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Jeff Sanders.
Will Sanders has returned to his
work on Oseura, after several days'
visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. Haynes has returned to his home
at Alamogordo after a few days' visit
with .his son, Carl K. Haynes.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Maxwell are
here from Alamogordo, visiting his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Maxw'eH.
Miss Nannie Knight is on the sick
list this week.
Miss Rebecca Livingston is here
from Shamrock, N- M, visiting her
mother, Mrs. Kate Ltvingston.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Johnson and
daughters, Nettie and Grace, and son
Curtis, are here from Alamogordo to
visit husband and father, J. L. John
son. Mrs. S. P. Clayton and son Cuba, are
here from Alamogordo to visit S. P.
3SVXDUS, X M. .
Myndus. N. M-, Dec 4. Mrs. Hood
Brown and children have irnm to Pall-
I fornia to spend the winter.
Mrs. J. C. Roseborough, who is now
in Hot Sprini
igs taking treatment for
Is reported much better
and will likely
spend Christmas at
Dr. L T. Bush, who has property in
terests here, is preparing to fence his
80 acre tract south of the town.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Fant made a run
to El Paso in their automobile and
spent several days visiting the city.
Mr. Randall has returned from a
business trip to El Paso and is now
assisting iu the Clayton store.
Mrs. H. O. Dyer is spending several
days visiting friends in El Paso.
Mrs. Randall, after several days' visit
to her Myndus home, has returned to
Dr. Morris and R. D. Clayton were in
Deming on business.
H. F. Lackey and wife and Maj. Wm.
Hamlliton were visitors in Deming.
Myndus Lumber and Mercantile com
pany has been organized and will soon
begin business in this town.
Special sale of genuine drawnwork
handkerchiefs, 3 for one dollar, at
Kline's Curio Shop, Little Plaza.
Phone 'Wright for quick service, fault
less clearing and pressing. Phone 343.
baby, or invalid any kind
into the matter of certified milk thoroughly.
See where yottr milk comes from and how
to the advice of your iDoctor who
will tell you that CERTIFIED
MILK is the only kind for babies
ONLY produced by us.
Hayden, Ariz., Dec. 4. One of the big
gest events of the yea- in Hayden was
the first annual ball given oy the
Elks in the Hayden hotel, r'ojr hun
dred invitations hji.l be-n :ssuc-d t.:
friends of the 40 Stragglers including
many in Ray, Pboenix and other points,
and over 200 responded by their pres
ence The hall was decorated with the
lodge colors of purple and .vhite, tv-o
large American flags being draped on
the two side walls and B. P. O. E. pen
nants .covering the remaining space.
Punch was served during the evening.
Dr .and Mrs. C B. Wiley led the march.
The programs were a piece of art with
a purple Elk's head embossed on the
cover and the names ot the Straggling
Herd appearing on the back w.th their
respective lodge and numbvr. Twntj
four dances with few extras made up the
program for the evening an-i a; ; ocluck
when the last piece was played the hall
was filled with nearly as many danc
ers as at the start. Sandwiches and
coffee were served during the evening
in one of the side rooms and in the
back of the hall a room was fixed up
with tables where games were en
joyed for thobe who did not care to
dance. At the hour of 11 tbe Strag
glers gathered in the center of the
hall and to the tolling of the hour
offered the toast to the departed broth
ers and finished by singing the Elk's
song, "Auld Lang Sye."
Miss Edna Sutton of Salt Lake City,
is visiting In Hayden with Mr. and
B. H. Huenenyager, chief clerk in the
superintendent's office of the Arizona
Eastern railroad in Phoenix, spent a
few days in Hayden visiting the local
mill and smelter.
A party consisting of Preston Locke,
R. F. Feland. E. L. Hiatt. Curran. Dr.
Crawford and Misses Feland, Hart and
Mitchell came oer from Ray by auto
mobile to attend tbe Elk's dance On
their return trip they met with an ac
cident which resulted in their getting
back to Ray about eight hours after
F. M. Bock in company with J. A.
Bryan, took in the dance in Hayden.
Mr. Bock is a resident of Milwaukee and
has been upending a few days at his
father's claims in tbe Kelvin district.
J. Heggie, superintendent for the
American Smelting and Refining corn
days in El Paso inspecting that com
pany's local plant,' is spending a fei
panys plant' there. He will visit the
Cananea smelter and various other
plants of the A. S. & R. in Mexico be
fore be returns to Hayden.
Eugena Miller, assignee for the John
Maclntyre company, is spending a few
days in Hayden from his home in
Miss Iris Hickey wai entertained by
Mrs. Frank Lumbley In Hayden. Miss
Hickey is a resident of Ray and came
over for the dance.
J. A. Hanns, of the United States Geo
logical survey, spent a few days in
Hayden inspecting the local plants.
He has been making an examination pi
some geological formations on the GOa
river for the oast few weeks.
M. J. MacDonnell has left Hayden arid
will make his future home in Bisbee.
Mr. MacDonnell was one of the promi
nent baseball players on the Hayden
nine, holding down third sack.
C. H. tann has left Hayden having
a position with the Calumet Copper
Creek Mining company at Mammoth,
Arizona. Mrs. Vann will remain in Hay
den for the present.
Dr .and Mrs. C. It. Wiley .-ii tertained
at their home, a seveu course dinner
being enjoyed by the guests. The house
was decorated with American beauties'
and chrysanthemums. The following
vere present: Messrs. Hancock, F.
Wiseman, Mesdames J. Heggie, H. S.
Ingalls and Mr. and Mrs. D. Telliferro
and C. B. Wiley.
Mrs. J. Heggie entertained at
bridge at her home on Smelter
Terrace. The house was dec
orated in yellow and white chrysan
themums, tables being set for 16 play
ers. Mrs. Johnson won high score, re
ceiving a cut glass bon-bon dish, while
with Mrs. A. J. Maclean, with low score,
received an embroidered handkerchief.
The consolation prise was drawn for,
Mrs. 'Green receiving a cut glass dish.
After the 'cards, refreshments were
served. The following were present:
Mesdames Johnston, Bordwell, Murray.
stratton, ismott, uuiam, Anderson.
Maclean, Daveler, Drescr. Hatch,
urown. ureen, isaeii ana Heggie.
G. W. MacElvaney, master me
for the Ray Consolidated Copper com
pany, is leaving the services of that
company, and will spend a sbprt while
on nts rancn in me fsau raver Taney.
He will then leave for the Chino Cop
per company at Hurley, New Mexico,
where he has a similar position. Mr.
MacElyaney has been in the employ of
the Ray Consolidated for the past
three years, coming here as foreman of
the machine shop, but was later pro
moted to the position which he occu
pied when his resignation took effect
Mrs. MacElvaney and family will remain
in Phoenix probably for'the winter be
fore leaving for the properties of the
Chino Copper company. Mr. MacKl
aneys friends have given him a silver
service. Mr. Feldkamp, clerk of the
machine shop, made the presentation
Philos Cooke, superintendent of the
schools of Hayden, is in Florence to
take his state examination as a teacher
He was accompanied by Misses Adele
and Cliffie Page, two local teachers,
who will also take their examinations.
S CORONA, Ti. M.
Corona, N. M., Dec. 4. W. H- Angel,
of Vaughn. N. M., was in town one
M. C. Porter, general manager for the
Gross Kelly Mercantile company of this
place, has returned from a business trip
to El Paso.
F. L. Atkinson and family have left
for ...'ver City, N. -M., where they will
spend a few weeks and from thence to
California, where they expect to spend
' Joe Beaty and Btt Cox have returned
from a trip to the western part of the
Mrs. A B. Johnson and family have
left for Alamogordo, N. M., where they
will spend the winter.
Jim Wilburn, of near Midland. Tex.,
has been here for a few days looking
A sudden fall in the temperature was
experienced here when the thermometer
dropped to six above.
The ball was largely attended. Among
those who attended from Duran were:
Mrs. Bob Blair and daughter. Geo.
Everidge, Floyd and Roy Snodgrass.
Archie Dalgash, Miss Parker and Miss
Ben Naboura and wife came up ttom
Holloway, N. M., to be present at the
The Holzman Mercantile company has
changed hands. Mr. Molten will man
age the business now under the name
of the Corona Mercantile company. Mr.
Holzman will leave soon for Califor
nia, where he will make his future
Alpine. Texas, Dec. 4. Miss Laura
Nixon and Miss Dale Justice, who are
teaching school at Marathon, spent the
week at their homes in Alpine.
Miss Flora Daugherty was the guest
of Mrs. S. A. .Starr, of Marathon.
Mrs. Wigfall Van Sickle is in Fort
Worth, where she has been attending
the sessions of the State Federation of
Women's elubs as delegate from the
Study club of Alpine.
Miss Thalia Gillett has returned from
a visit to her aunt, Mrs. J. U. Sweeney,
In Bl Paso.
Mr. and Mrs. Reagan Caxtwright
have returned from a month spent in
Terrell and San Antonio
T. B. Jackson of Del Rio, and O. J.
Bagwell and L.ebo Simpson, of Mara
thon, were in town
John Young, jr has left for a lengthy
stay in Califoima
Dr. W. P Rogers and Mrs. Rogers
and H. McDanlel. of Milford, Texas,
Than You Realize Only IS Shopping Days
You Can Use That Time to Best Advantage
Your Purchases at the Boston Store0
$18.50 Tailored Suits
Fine Wool Serge in solid colors ana
Mack, also in the new Scotch man
nish mixtures, all styles and sizes,
values to $18.50. Ai ft f
Choice for JSioOvl
- $17.50 Johnny Coats
In all the mixed colorings, brown,
grays, etc., tie values run up to
$17.60. You get (lA QE
choiee for iplU.ZtiJ
The stock must be greatly condensed in this section to
make room for holiday goods and we have clipped the
prices on Women's Trimmed Hats, "Women's Suit
Hats and Children's Hats to exactly -Half Price.
Our showing of Toys, Dalls, etc., is very extensive and
the number of things we
(Vhite Enamel Tea Kettles,
No. 7, worth QQ
$1.25. Special . ..OtC
2 Quart Blue Enamel Coffee
Pots, worth 75c. PA
9x12 Axminster Rugs, dJO 1 QC
worth $28. Sale price. P oaO
9x12 Brussels Rugs,
i, worth $22.50.
worth $15. Sale price.
9x12 Brussels Rugs,
worth $1S. Sale price.
9x12 Axminster Rugs, worth $22.50.
69 Brussels Hall Rugs, (ho QC
worth $12.50. Sale pricePt3a7J
6x9 Velvet Hll Tugs, d
worth $16. Sale price, tp
26x52 Japanese Rugs, worth Og
50c. Sale price OC
are staying at the Garnett in the in
tervals of deer hunting.
A. C. Chlsholni, of Wilcox, Ariz., is
visiting in town.
B. P. Nolan has gone to the neigh
borhood of Nine Points to take up
Mrs. I. A. Dewees, accompanied by
her sister, Mrs. Nebelun, has left for
Galveston, where Mr- Dewees will join
L. J. Edwards Is visiting at his old
home In Mangura. OKla.
L. D. Miller, of this city, has been
.made the victim ' of a practical joke,
as also has Mrs. IC E. Knight, of Eagle
Pass, Texa. The report, published in
several papers, that Mr. Miller and Mrs.
Knight were married at Eagle Pass,
was started by some practical Joker.
There was no truth in the report.
Miss Mary Young has returned from
a visit to her sister. Mrs. Caswell Ed
vards, in Sanderson.
I'bon. "Wright for quick service, fault.
less cleaning and oressinc Phone 313.
M m & k wm fern. . u m.1 i i i i if jfi
$12.50 Children's1 Chin
chilla Coats $7.95
Also Coats in tic new rough man
nish cloths, sizes 8 to 14 yetira, $12.50
Ages 2 ta 6 years, in corduroy, soal
ette, caracul and mannish clothe,
worth $0.00. Choke
Sale of Millinery
are showing, but a visit to our
Your Jbye on Uur o
Quart and Half Drip Coffee
Tots, worth 65c. Special
11x15 Japanese Bread
Boxes, worth $1.00. Special
15 Inch Wooden Mixing
Bowls, worth 50c. Special. .
12 Inch Double Roasting
Pans, worth 75c Special.
2 Quart Double Riee Boilers, A Q
worth 6ie. Special frV C
Wooden Salad Fork and
Spoon, worth 35c. Special. .
Lace Curtain and
Nottingham and Scotch Lace Curtains,
white or eeru, 3 yards king
Worth $1.50 pair.
Worth $2.50 pair.
Sale price ,
Worth $3.50 pair.
Tapestry Couch Covers,
worth $1.75. Sale price.
VAUGHN, X. M.
Vaughn. K M., Dec. i. Dr. G: W. R.
Smith made a trip to Fort Sumner.
Mrs. W. K. Hodges, of Duran, came
up for a few days' visit.
H. B. Jones, of Tucuracarl. was in
town one day.
J. F. May proved up on his claim,
about eight miles north of town, before
Miss Cora Lynn has left for a visit
to her former home at Booham. Texas.
F. B. Pierce, of Ft. Worth, was here
on a visit to his family, and left for
El Paso, where he expects to locate.
Askew and Edward Burr, who have
been visiting for some time in Texas,
have returned to Vaughn.
William Mayo, of Columbus. N. M,
is here Msiting hts brother. J. L. Mayo,
and his sister, Mrs. Win. Hill.
M. B. F. Lynn has purchased a
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$8.50 "Women's Dress
Materials are whipcord, corduroy,
serge, in solid colors and blaek, also
in the mannish materials, t M tes
worth $8.50. Choice. . . . P'.i70
$4.00 Women's Fall
Messaline, net, chiffon, in all colors
white, beautifully trimmed,
$4.00. ct no
Scarfs, Collars, Muffs and Sets, suitable for Xmas gift
giving, can be bought right now at savings well worth
while. Every fur piece carries with it our broadest
guarantee to give thorough satisfaction.
complete. Our space is too
Basement Store will at once
Tapestry Portieres, worth $3.50 pair.
Sale rfo -7Cr
price sP . O
Double Width Steadied Curtain
Scrim, werth 121-3c Q
b-le price 2 C
100 Pieces Fancy Table Oil Cloth,
worth 25e yard.
& 18 E. Overland St,
dwelling bouse from Frits Klober and
has moved it out to his claim, about
three miles from town.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Olsen went to
A. L. Valdes was in Santa Rosa one
B. F. Straughn and Ed Sims have
returned from Kansas City, where they
went to attend the marketing of a
large consignment of sheep.
Martin Gurule. a former citizen, who
has been living away from Vaughn for
some time, has returned and will make
this hla home
I Women of the Catholic church will
hold a fair and fancy work basar on
December 23, 24 and 25. One of the
contests 'will be for the most popular
young woman. Miss Foley and Miss
(Jriego are the candidates. Mrs. Ed
Foley is getting up the entertainment.
It will be held in the rooms of judge
East Vaughn women will organise a
if You Make
This Fall and Win
ter's most practical
outer garments of
the highest quality
standard at very
close to half their
Materials are serge,
foulard and other
new materials, all
colors ,and black,
The dresses were
bought to sell at
$12.50. As a Christ
mas special you get
$5;50 Children's Serge
Made with sailor eoliar aud kitted
skirts, worth 55.&0.
$1.75 Women's Long
Materials are crepe or French flan
nel, in handsooe designs and color -
i-gs, 1.76 vatees.
opeciat ........ .....
limited to give any idea of
convince you that tins is a
9x14 Itob Turkey
Roasters, worth 50c. Special.
13x18 Turkey Roasters,
worth $1.35- Speeial.
Roasters, worth SU3$. SpecialO C
Brown Enamel Chicken
Roasters, worth 85c. Special.
Urown Enamel Turkey Boil- JQ
rrs, worth S5e. Speeial Oe7 C
Vhite Enamel Turkey Dressing Mir
ing Bowls, werth 56e. QC
17 Quart Blue EwujhsI Dfeh
Paw, werth ?L00. 7Q
2 Quart Drip Coffee Pots,
werth 98c. 7Qrf
Special . i7C
In the Art Needlework Section will
be found a host of suitable art-ska
for Chiistmas gifts. The earlier you
sake your choke ia this department
Stamped Pillow Tops or OC
Guest Towels at &iOC
Table Searfe, Pillow Tops, Lauadry
Bags and Guest Tewek P f
D. M. C Art Goods ia packages at
You can always find the best toilet
goods here, among which will be
found Hndnuts, Colgate's, Williams'
aBd otber' " at s301 PMCES-
lodge of the Dauaruters of Rabekah
Mrs. S. L.. Hamilton and children, of
Pastura, are visiting Mr. Hamilton, u.
A. A. Baer Is here this week helping
to close the sale of the firm's Ease
P. G. Hill, of Duran, was in town on
his way home from Kansas City.
H. Newport, of near Vaughn, will
leave soon for Oklahoma, where ne
will spend a few weeks.
Wright cleans suits and overcoats.
Hotel Pas iei Nrtc
The dining room and grill of Hotr
Paso del Norte is open until midnight
Meals served a la carte. Excellent ser
There's art in pressing. Wxsght.
Need lumber, fencing, roofing paptr
posts? Phone Lander, 2S2.
Wright cleans suit and overcoats