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ALAMOGrORDO NEWS-AD VEBTTSEB
Volume 16 Number 52
ALAKOaORDO, OTERO COÜNTY, HEW MEXICO, SATURDAY
One Dollar Per Annum
at a Great
NO GOODS TO BE CARRIED OVER FROM ONE SEASON TO ANOTHER
In order to clean up stock, 'md to make room for Spring Goods, which
are arriving daily, we are oíng to pat on sale the following Merchandise:
Men's Overcoats, Clothing, Boys' Suits, Shoes, Underwear, Sweaters, Wool
Shirts, Ladies1 and Misses1 Coats, Knit Skirts, Petticoats, Kimonos, Mufflers,
Knit . Caps, Ladies Neck Wear, and many other articles which we have not
the room to mention.
Dry Goods Special
8 l-3c Apron Checks.
Sale price 6 '4 '
jr.c Flanelettea. Salo price lit
10c Flanelettes, Sale Price 8?
16 and I2r percales, sale
It. SI Knit Skirts, bale price 81.25
85c. Knit Shirts, sale price 65
All It. 00 Petticoats.
All 1.25 Petticoats,
All 12.00 Petticoats.
All 12.50 Petticoats.
Knit Caps and Mufflers
r.Oc Knit Caps go at IOC
85c Knit Caps go at 65
11.21 KattC aps go at 81.00
l..r.o Knit Caps go at 81.10
Crepe Kimonas which sell regularly
at 12.00. salo price 81.50
Ladies Shirt Waists
One lot of Shirt Waists which sell
up to 11.00, sale price 50
One lot of 8birt Waists which sell
up to! 2.00, s ile prlctl J 5C
65c Collar and Cuff Sets,
Sale price 50
11.00 Collar and Cuff Sets.
Sale price 75
11.15 Collar and Cuff Sets.
8ale price 95
CASSOCKS AT I KSS THAN COST
Ladles' and Misses Coats
Women and Chi Id rene Under
wear All Indies 85c t'nderwear
go at 50
All Ladies 35c Underwear
go at 25
All Chlldrens 50c Underwear
go at 40
All Chlldrens 25c Underwear
go at 20
Here is an
Crrrf(kicl A. II. KlBSCMBAl?
125. tu aults at... "18.75
22. .".it ul at 16.75
20.00 suits at 14.75
15.00 miiI.s a. 11.7f
12.50 suits at 10.75
18.00 boys suiis at 86. 0
11.50 hoys Kui.it at 85 Í50
15.00 boys suit.' nt 84.00
M.60 boys suds :if 8-t.60
13.50 boys suits at $2.80
122.111) ill mi mig at 815.00
15.00 overcoats at 1O.50
IS. 00 overcoats at 7.50
10.00 overcoats at 6 50
7.00 overeoaU at. 4.75
New Spring Goods Arriving Daily
NwW 'Laces. New Embroideries. White
Goods. Linens, Ginghams ;ind La
Mens Corduroy Suits
j Mens Corduroy suits 25 por cent off.
, .Mens Corduroy pants 20 per cent off
Mens Flannel Shirts
$3.00 Flannel Shirts go at 82.40
2.50 Flannel Shir s go at 2.(K
2.0(1 Flannel Shirts go at 1.60
1.50 Flannel Bhfrta go at 1.21)
LIS Flannel Shirts go at 1.00
Mens Underwear Sale
J1.25 cotton ribbed suits at 9V
1.00 cotton ribbed salts at 75f
Uroken lots of Wool Unerwear at
Mens 65c rotton underwear go at
Mens 50c cotton underwear go at
7 a suit
Ladies, Men and Childrcns
THEY ALL GO AT 20 PER CENT
Mens Sweater Vests at Less
13.50 Vests go at 82.40
3.'") Vests go at 82.00
Men and Boys Overalls
One iot of Mens $1.00 Overalls go
Boys 60c o eral la go at. . . . 40
Bargains in Mens Shoes
These are broken lots in Robert.
Johnson & Rand. F.orsheim and
11.60 shoes, sale iri . . . . . 81 .90
S.00 shoes, sale price.... JS.ftS
1.60 Knot's, sale ptic. . . . 2 65
4.00 shoes, sale price. ... ft 00
1.60 shoes, sale Brice. ... it '
B.Ojl shoes sale price.... 3.75
To close out lots in which there
itre not all sizes
All 13.00 shoes redttc-d to OO
All 3.50 shoes reduced to 2.50
All 4.00 shoes reduced to 2 95
100 PAIRS CHILDREN! SHOES AT
LESS THAN COST
Mens Dress Shirts
11.50 shirts go at 81-15
1.25 shirts go at ir.r
1.00 shirts go at 75a
m i 1
Alamogordo, New Mexico
ity the Best
Sale Begins Sat., Jan. 13, and Lasts Until FrL, Jan. 31
THE THOMAS GRAIN CO.
WHOLESALE AMD RETAIL DEALERS IN
All kinds of Grain, Mill Feed & Hay
GARDEN AND FIELD SEEDS, STOCK AND POULTRY POOD
We haadle Westers Seeds COAL HARNESS AND RADDLES
CITY TIlAMHr'Klt. Career 9th aad MlaMajaa A. Thane S
in Kl Paso this
liMi J. uní led Friday Dóra
los (or Nodales. Áriz . n n bui
ness i i of a ,-erai days duivM.m.
Podro Martines, aheea herder.
aras caught out in the blizzard which
Swept this s": ii n on the 7th. and
Week later was brought i town
wiiii both feet froz-ii. Aznpotatioa
zrlU probabl) le necessary,
Mr. ami Mis. Joe Carpenter re
turaed Sunday evening roa Ele
phaat ttui'c ir here they have bees
for the past eight moa as. Tb
arc preparing to -in a shoe repa.ii
Shop and ihilt stand one door south
at Groom 'a meal m irkei .
The annual mee lag of stock hold
rs of the Pfrst Nattoaal Baak w
hold .lamin-y 4 sad the the follow
ing Htm ion wen enacted to serve
liniM" be ensuhfg rear: c. ij
Mitchell, .1. K. GIIbiM,, James Hun
tar. E. ft. w.ijlMd, F. C. Pol tk.
Th ledjees House Mission .o i t
of the M. E. Ctiurch. south, wi!1
gi.'e a do lit' r so i;il Prtdw ninth
lanuary 24. The mi in hers of the so
el y have each contribuí d one dol
lar and will relave 'In method by
which they earncd'H. In addition a
program will be rendered.
If vou are looking for bargains in
to .ling, Bbees, w mien's gowns and
dry goods, you will do well m read
ih big, interesting announeemen
G. 7. Wolflager makes i his wek la
his ''After In..n.i.ry Sale" s4 ver
lia meat, Read ii through and
t.'i n hike -beiore th bargains are
In he jus ice-of-the-p- are elei -lion
hup Monday Ittdge W. K. S'.al
'u; proa easily over his oppoaMiui,
J. S. ISa'ccr and Hop Lee. and ei
bench the eaadtdataa for eoMtahle
Ware more numerous and the cos
tea more s;mi ed, James J, Bill
waa safety elected, aoceaafnitjr dis
tiBciag Jamee Bwope, v. T. Pats
nd Charley B irklehaveh.
George S'üeis di d at Hot! Dleu
E! Piso, on Thnrsday last of par-
'lysis He lemvea a wife and a bah)
iir! aboui two weetu old. Mr. Scll-
rs wzs taken sick a: Tala'csi onl:
tboa thrae weoks ago. from whk b
ptaea he was ta'-r -n la El Paso fo:
traa ment. Mr. Selláis wza we'
known in this comiruni.y. and fo:
'"n years or more lived at Cloud-
The Pythian S's'frs ins' ailed h
fo!low1n3 offhers for the ensuinc
z months Tuesday evening: Mrs
V.'il'.iam lolinson. P C; Mrs D. A
PVthtey, M. E. C; Mrs Ton
Ofleilley, K. S.: M-s. .1. V. l.a
ham. E. J.; Mrs. WOttaza Holmes
K. of R. &. c.j Mrs. Beorge Wat
tele. Sr., ML (.r F.; Mrs 0, F
Prtaco, M.;Mrs. L R. HuRhes. P
of IT.: Mrs. OaaVga Wetgztie, Jr.
Maata G'Bri. who ti-rd at E
Paso on ihe 3d InsTni. was w.-d'
itnown to many cf our yotOM ntw
ea well as the reaUeata of High
rolls and Mt Park. B. which hattat
pazzaai sh spen i:r awzaaaer va"
''ts Mka O'Mri. n waa a raat
d?nt of Alamo?. irdo for abou. eight
-a months end 'vis a charaataaj
vouni l'dy. sh" was 2." y-ars of
fa at the tfm of har depth. Bar
mottzcr, Mrs O'Hiien. is a ih'r
iir.e aertoaary ill with neat bron-
l; ;rn To Mr. and Mrs. W. S.Hew
lioaday night, a baby girl. Mr.
rti itta tor several months has
man custodian for ihe El Paso &
Southwestern System at Cloudcroft.
Mrs. Walker in Sixteen Springs
''anon is very ill.
Waari ta hStnj Marca
1 will buy one or two ars of
i area or some cheap stock horses,
live prke and weight. C. A. Was
ii. Tahoka, Texas.
Preab) 1 1 1 hui sK-iaJ.
Prlday, January l", the Presbyter
ni church will hold a social gather
il at the church building, opening
7;::o p. Bt. The purpose is to se
ire funda to pay for the new Gos
! II) um books. To do this they
tk tor a freewill offering from all
he may feel able to thus help
in, From 7:30 to 8:30 all who
avi Innocent games are requested
a bring ZBCh, The following pro
ra::: will be rendered:
Trio M adames Tagagrt, Sea
ii . ition- Miss Lyman.
Quartette- Mesara. Morgan, Mc
almont, Bchurtz, Arms:rong.
Address "The Importance cf the
talk in War." J, A. Armstrong.
Mixed Quartette Mesara. Mor
an and Armstrong, Mesdames Tag
,r' end Soper.
Light n fresbroeata will be 83rved,
'uraisbed by our Ladies 'Aid socie
A very hearty welcome to all
rho may wish .o spend a pleasant
nd profitable sc Ml boar with us.
CVnoVzufr ra X I .
(By S oil P. Willi pis)
ClOWden ft. .Ian. 17. W. S. Hew
t" h-s Jes bt en -h 1; d out as
is odlan fr the E! Pasa South
western System at Cloud rofi b
A. M MtCorkle. travelhtg auditor
Mr. Bewette rastgajed o ar sayt p
poefticn t Aaimaajotu and )nf
Turaay to assume lis new mMJca
W, R CI k wai rjtaekod In t0 tnk.
Mr. H rare ai pa . Mr. CI n k h
a resideBt tr Ctoacterotf and his
ktnaady had sipJi leans ;h-" ouali
fls him to hold Um pjsl Ion whl h
ha i rajetea;, havin -b een emaVryed
la water earvlaa m:in at cloudcroft
s"me tim- aj;i.
In the atactica hel Monday I. M
.Posa was elected Jus lee of ih.
sesee for Practacl No. in nnd S
H. Nimrax nonatahle Ral bet ani"
data h-.d an owaazaeal. C. P
Kalaht, J. A. Ta'ui.i pnd 8' ou B
Willi ama erc tadgaa cf the ei(.
' ,;'B, and O. Ifaatatoa and Gorge
Nimmo !! clerks.
M r end Mis. P S. Rispes en.r
'ilnrd at their bom. Tu?sdiy eveB
Ing. Those pres-nt were: Mr aSd
Mra. F. s. Rtgag Mtaaea NaaMa
Rle:s. liOii Pain r, Ethel Kliklind;
Megg,-a. Alireu Itiggs and S ot. U.
B irn To Mr. and Mr. H
Coz Monday nlglit, a bihy bv Mr.
Coz la with the Cleve a Knight
Preabyl Oh Barb,
lanuary it, our 11 a. m. subject
I, 'Is the Second Coming of Our
i rd Near?" The 7 p. in. meeting
iil be a song service on .be same
ibjett, Welcome to all our servl
J. A. ARMSTRONG.
Mrs. D. A. Fribley entertained a
tumbar of her friends on Thursday
rening wi .h a rook party. Refresh
ins were serve and a very
leas&ai evening spent. Those pres
nt were: Messrs. and Mesdames
Villfam lonson, C. M. Beecher,
Thomas O Reilley, J. Prather, J. C.
Harry. William Holmes. J. r-.rnnce,
Adv rtised Letters.
List of advertised letters for week
endine January 3, J913: Johnaon,
Mrs. J. W.; Ortiz, Sra. Fallslara;
Kuiz. Gonzales Perez; Dr. Feliciano;
Sape, Sil. When calling please say
advertised and pay one cent.
J. M. Hawkins, P. M.
Ii. V. Schurlz has departed for
his home in Cameron. Mo., after a
i ileasant visii here with hie parents
i tio .nu ii in uiuuici .i wwiii'.
Report of the ndiiioa of the
ALIMO STATE RANK of Ahuwo
gonlo. New Mexico, at the efoae
of llnslneMH Decv mber 31,
a.H Called for by the State Beak
oans and Discounts. . . . IS7.853.71
)verdrafts. Secured and
unking House and Lots 5.600.00
irnlture and Flzturea 4,700.00
Jue from Banks 38,144.16
'hecks and other cash
(Not Cliaslfled) 1.146.6'.
iiual Cash on Hand
api tal Stock Paid in. .$15,000.00
lvidqnda Unpaid 750.00
hi I to I! inks 14,339.35
adivldual Deposits, anb-
Je t to check 80.148.78
'ertifiraus or Depoait. . 6,188.90
!aahlera Checks Out-
atanding . . . .' 1.918.75
i cf New Mexico, County of
I. C. M Hunter. Cashier of the
.hove-nai:.rd bank, do aolemaly
;wear that the above statement la
ru- to the best of my knowledge
C. M. HUNTER. Cashier.
SubS'-rtbed and sworn to before
me this 4th day of January. 1913.
MRSHALL W. PARKER.
Correct Attest :
C. E. MITCHELL.
J. R. GILBERT.
J. W. MITCHELL.
HUGHES & BENNETT
Geo. Carl was
week ob bullae.
Por Rest House on New York
avenue. See Geo P. Srhurtz.
Irby Kalrlesa of Tularoaa waa In
towa Tuesday sad Wednesday.
It. S Coanell of Tularoaa was a
; visitor Tuesday sad Wednesday.
Hoa. J. L. Lawaoa waa called to
Saata Pe this week ob legal bual-
ra W. ruñen of Doaiinx Is here
for a law weeka lalt with Mlaa Jean
' Mr. aad Mra. R. P. Balthla of
I Cloudcroft were la towa Taeaday
R. H. Oliver came here Tuesday
from El Paao aad will apead aever
al day a with friends
Carl Everett of Meacalero was
la town several days this week
Mr. and Mrs. William Meyers of
Csrthae.g Mo., have been visitors In
the city for the past week.
Mra. Joe Walker arrtved frmo her
home at ML Park Wedaeeday and la
the sueat of Mra. G. P. Rousseau.
J. L. Sutton returned Tuesday
morning from St. Louis, where he
has been for lb past alz montba.
Mlaari Nadiae Rtggs of Cload
rroft and Vida Redlr of Orosrsade
were here Friday aad Riturday talh
lag teachers' ezamlaattoBa.
D. M. Sutherland. T. A. Prazier.
Col. Jaa. A. it. mi Bill Carr sad
Bea WcoteB left Wednesday tin. in
lag ob a bualueaa trip to Oscura.
Selliax at private sale my bouae
hold f o nut nr.- also oae good or
Ksb. dome quirk and gat your
tholte at your own price: J. C.
Mr. aad Mra. William Els 'worth
of K .ns i-, City, who have been aton
plng at the St. Elmo for the paat
wek elft Wednesday afternoon for
Hob. Ibo M. Dovw- !cf f f
S-iata Fo S.inday IanI. He la b zta
aBBtor for Otero and I. In ola oub
tlea sad will represe im i.ia coau'l.u
ence urlng ihe piraeai 00 day a a-aloa.
here i a kind of reejnrocitv which has an imnortant
bearintr on the personal welfare of every Man, Woman
and Child in this community.
It is an exchange of equivalents between this store
and every individual on both aidee. Your profit is in
having a 8afe Place to buy your Groceries, and a strong
financial institution interested in the development of
your affairs. Our profits are gained from the moderate
fees received from the countless transactions made each
Come and establish reciprocal relations with s store
in which every transaction is "Money-backed" as to
honest go ids, honest prices and honest, efficient service.
The Strongest Grocery Firm in Otero County
HUGHES & BENNETT