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EL PASO HERALD
Monday, January 10, 1910.
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LAS CRUCES AND
MESILLA VALLEY
LfiS CRUGES ELKS
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. BURGK
Their Social Affairs Are the
features in the Life of
the Town.
Las Cruces, N. II., Jan. 10. Besides
being "jolly good fellows," the Las
Cruces Elks are also the prince of en
tertainers. An Elks lodge In every
town Is the center of much of the so
cial life and this is particularly true in
Las Cruces, where the entertainments
must "be mostly home made affairs.
Although it has been organized less
than two years, the Las Cruces lodge,
No. 1119, now has an even 100 members
and Its record during its short but
eventfui life is one of social activity
and fraternal affiliation.
A series of monthly entertainments
have been arranged by the entertain
ment committee of the local lodge to
Include dances, open meetings, smokers
and social sessions. The first of this
series of entertainments was given Fri
day evening, taking the form of an in
formal dance for the members and
their friends. -Thirty-five couples at
tended the opening of the Elks' social
season and danced until after mid
wight. Informal Dance.
The Elks lodge rooms are ideally
MHiHnnH
When a Grocer Offers
You a Substitute for
BURNETTS
. VANILLA
Refuse it!
There is rightly no substitute
for Burnett's. The delicious,
rare, natural flavor of Burnett's
Vanilla is inimitable.
Insist upon getting Burnett's
Vanilla.
Sesd lis your grocer's name and "re -will mail
yea, FREE, tksrtr-sxx original tested recipe
sf delicioas daiaties e&sHy end ecososacaUy
prepared.
You wH getaevr icaas xrosi tais rREE book.
I05EFH BUIKETT COMPANY, 3S Uk k, Bestes
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arranged for such Informal affairs as
the dance given Friday evening. The,
dancing floor adjoins the lodge room,
which is used for a reception hall and
parlor, and the luncheon was served
from an improvised buffet In one cor
ner of the ball room. The informal
feature of these dances are the most
enjoyable part of the program for
everyone knows everyone else and it Is
like a big family gathering when the
good fellows and their friends get to
gether. Those present at the opening
dance were: Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Pax
ton, James A. French. M. B. Thompson,
C I. Thompson, Fay Sperry, J. F. Satt
ley, C. A. Sattley, D. F. Baker, Earl
Pattersons B. B. Jones, W. C. Field, G.
r. Martin, E. P. Bobert and Fred Hess,
Mrs F. "W. Parker, Mrs. M. Miller,
Missea Ascarate, Armijo, Patchett, Sen
nett, Bristow, Jahren, Lohman; Messrs.
Oden, Pierce, May, Peacock, Llewellyn,
Case, Seale, Fuller, Hopps, Heineman
and Dessauer.
Lodge Officers.
The present -officers of the Las
Cruces lodge, B. P. O. E., are: Dr. R.
E. McBride, exalted ruler; John H.
May, esteemed leading knight; George
Frenger, esteemed loyal knight; J. H.
Paxton, esteemed lecturing knight;
Henry Stoes, treasurer; L. TV. Case,
ooroi-rv ThP lodee was organized
largely through the efforts of C. D.
Case, who was the first exalted ruler
and who has since been given an honor
ary life membership in appreciation of
!, oMvmps in the organiztion and
-early history of the order. The lodge
was installed on May zu, iuo. - ne
gation of the El Paso lodge attended
the instalation on board a special train
and the degree work was performed by
well known Elks .of El Paso and New
Mexico. The second anniversary of the
instalation will be celebrated by the
Las Cruces lodge with appropriate
ceremonies.
COLDER LAST WEEK IX LAS
CRUCES THAN IX EL PASO
Las Cruces, N. M-, Jan. 10. For once
Las Cruces had nothing over El Paso
5n the way of balmier climate and
,---i fhsr Dnrinir the recent
little unpleasantness of the weather,
this valley oi ntwi-o --- -
suffering "some few" from the cold.
The sun has been on the job almost
pvery day but for some reason he lost
his cunning and his liquid cheer failed
to cheer as usual. To be frank It was
cold in Las Cmcfes. Not as cold as it
was In Hoboken or East Jersey, but
cold nevertheless.
BROTHER OF MAJOR DROSS
DIES AT ELBIXG, GERMANY
Las Cruces, N. M., Jan. 10. Although
the funeral had been held several
weeks previous, Maj. Robert Dross re
ceived the first information of his
brother, Walter's death, in Germany,
.last week. A letter just received an
nounces the death of the brother of the
Las Cruces banker at his home In
Elbing, Germany, where he was one of
the most prominent citizens.
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will "be the LARGEST 'and BEST newspaper ever
published in El Paso. .It will contain a complete review
of 1909. Everything of importance that happened during
the past year, and there were some big things went on
in El Paso and the Southwest will be in that paper. It
will require 85 to 100 pages to tell it all, but it will be
there and will be worth reading.
The Herald's Sky
re-read and used as
'HERALD ON SALE IX JJLS
CRUCES, X. M.
Framk A. Hawley, Ageat, opposite
poirtofUce.
DallT Herald ok sale by Ia Graces
Draff Co., Caraoxze's News Stamd,
opposite postoSIcc
THE PARTY THAT "WAS NOT
GIVEN IX LAS CRUCES
Las Cruces, N. M., Jan. 10? This is
another tale of two cities. Or, to be
more exact, a tale of one city and a
rapidly growing town; the same being
El Paso and Las Cruces. Now that the
double dally train service is in effect,
EI Paso beaux may call on their Las
Cruces affinities and vice versa, with
out loss of time from business on the
part of the young swains and a cor
respondingly pleasant evening for the
Las Cruces girls.
Two young men, both employed in a
well known El Paso department store,
had planned to spend their week end
in Las Cruces in general and at a cer
tain vine covered house on the acepuia
in particular. But it war discovered
that both young men would have to
work late Saturday night and it would
be out of the question for them to go
to Cruces. A hurried long distance call
was sent into central. "The party does
not answer," was the reply central
made to each call at the El Paso end
of the long distance.
In Las Cruces two girls were making
hurried preparations for a spread and
all of the pleasant attachments for their
own little crowd with two El Paso
boys as the guest de honor. The kind
of sandwiches these two young men
liked bes were given a prominent place
on the menu of the spread. Every
thing was in readiness for their arrival
when the Santa Fe tooted for the
water tank. But no El Pasoans. The
special kind of sandwiches sat un
touched on the sideboard and the girls
sat in the parlor until long after the
old depot bus had been put to bed for
the night. Explanations and counter
explanations are now due from El Paso
to the Las Cruces end of the phone line.
M. FREUDEXTHAL RETURXS
FROM OLD GERMAN HOME
Las Cruces, N. M., Jan. 10. To the old
time traveling men who make this
territory it looked like the good old
days to see Maurice Freudenthal behind
the counter at the Don Bernardo hotel
again. Since the death of Mrs. Freu
denthal, the proprietor of the Main
street hotel has been abroad and has
had a competent manager In charge of
the hotel. But Mr. Freudenthal re
turned last week and, although the ac
tive management of the Don Bernardo
Is in the hands of another, he cannot
resist the temptation to get behind the
counter, audit the bills and check off
the room register as he did everyfday
for many years.
Mr. Freudenthal and his typical hotel
of the southwest are known to every
traveling" man who makes this terri
tory and they have all been his guests
countless (times when in Las Cruces.
Mr. Freudenthal has extensive real es
tate interests both in Las Cruces and
the valley and he would nr need to
work again if he did not care to, but the
lure of the hotel game is too strong for
Mm and he will continue to be actively
connected wdth the hotel whose history
is so closely linked with his own.
erald
Scraper Edition will be read and
a reference book for years to come.
CRUCES TO HAVE XEW LIVERY
STABLE AXD UXDERTAKER
Las Cruces, N. M., Jan. 10. The
Mesilla Valley and Las Cruces Is to
have a new undertaking establishment
and a new livery stable at the same
time. C. M. Poole, of New Orleans La
arrived here Saturday and is arrang
ing to open a new livery stable in the
old M. T. Brown stables on Courthouse
street now owned by James T. Smith.
In addition to the livery stable, Mr.
Poole will also open a new undertaking
parlor.
LAS CRUCES PERSONALS.
Las Cruces, N. M., Jan. 10. H. C,
Bowman made a business trip to El
Paso Saturday, returning on the north
bound train Saturday evening.
C. D. Case, formerly a rancher 4n the
valley, ds now located in Chicago.
Pasco Costalles is building a new
house on his lot In Dona Ana.
Earl Patterson and wife were down
from Selden for the Elks' dance Friday
night and remained over Sunday with
Mrs. Patterson's parents.
Jeff Isaacks was In from his ranch
Saturday.
C. M. Barber, southwestern agent for
the Beo and Oldsmobile autos, was
here Saturday on business. He left
Saturdayxevening for Albuquerque.
Mrs. L. A. Broaddus and Miss Lena
Broaddus were in El Paso Friday.
A. R. Coleman, secretary of the cham
ber of commerce, spent Saturday and
Sunday in El Paso.
R. L. Young, acting mayor, attorney,
amateur agriculturist, and humorist,
has been confined to his home with an
attack of something or other for the
past week. During his temporary ab
sence from the municipal pilot wheel,
Rodney Fry, town clerk, is in command.
R. P. Porter has been -In El Paso for
the past twodays because oflthe ill
ness of his son, who is under fhe care
of an El Paso physician.
L. "W. Case went to El Paso Saturday
evening and from there to San Elizario,
Texas, on a brief business trip.
Prof. Fabian Garcia, of the Agricul
tural college, is confined to his home
here w5th -i severe cold.
Karl P. Pallat, a traveling man, of El,
Paso, was here Saturday calling on the
local business men.
M. V. P. Benson, of Denver, is at the
Don Bernardo and is looking for a
ranch in the valley.
L. T. "Walker, of Elida, N. M., is here
on business. He is a rancher of
Roosevelt county and is planning to lo
cate in the Mesilla valley.
F. M. Gallaher, owner of the Brazlto
tract in the lower valley, was here
Saturday, from El Paso.
Miss Dadsy Hearns, of the Providence
hospital in El Paso, who has been hero
caring for the small son of Isidoro
Armijo, has returned to El Paso. She
visited friends in Mesilla Park Saturday
and left on the evening train for her
home.
Dr. T. C. Sexton has returned from a
short visit to El Paso.
Judge F. W. Parker is attending the
territorial supreme -6urt at Santa Fe.
Maj. "W- H. H. Llewellyn, who has
been to Santa Fe on legal business, is
expected to return today from Albu
querque, where he stopped for a few
days.
DITCH COMMISSION 3IBETS.
Las Cruces. N. M., Jan. 10. The mem
ers of the Dona Ana ditch commission
met here Saturday and discussed a num
ber of matters pertaining to the north
side ditch, Dr. I. C. Oden, who owns a
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ranch tin the upper part of the Valley
and who is a member of the commis
sion, came up from El Paso to attend
the meeting.
j LAS CHUCKS DAILY KECOllU.
Las Cruces, N. M., Jan. 10. The fol
lowing deeds and other papers of record
have ' been filed with the .recorder of
Dona Ana county:
Deeds.
J. D. "Wollctt to Miss Virginia New
port, warranty deed to lots 12, 13, 14, 15
and 16 in block 110, of "Westmont
Heights addition; consideration $62.50;
dated Jan. 7, 1910.
J. D. "Wollett to Miss Martha "Warne,
warranty deed to lots 17,18,19, 20 and
21 In block 110 of "Westmont Heights
addition; consideration $62.50; dated
Jan. 5, 1910.
J. D. "Wollett to Miss Delia Cornell,
warranty deed to lots 1 to 32, both In
clusive, In block 106 and, lots 1 to 32
both inclusive in block 127 of "Westmont
Heights addition; consideration $1.00
j and gratis, dated Jan. 6, 1910.
J. D. "Wollett to Coke Horn, warranty
deed to lots 12, 13, 14, 15 and 16 in'
block 140, of "Westmont Heights addi
tion; consideration $1.00 and gratis;
dated Jan. 6. 1910.
J. D. "Wollett to Mrs. Ed. Sanford.
warranty deed to lots 1 to 32 in block
107, lots 1 to 32 In MOCK izt, lots 3 to
S2 in block 141 and lots 1 to 32 in block
161 of "Westmont Heights addition; con
sideration l'.00 and gratis; dated Jan.
6, 1910.
J. D. "Wollett to Fuller "Williams,
warrants deed to fofs 7, S, 9, 10 and 11,
in block 140 of Westmont Heights addi
tion; consideration $1.00 and gratis;
dated Jan. 6. 1910.
J. D. Wollett to Rev. J. E. McGulre.
warranty deed to'lots 1, 2. 3, 4, 5. and 6
in block 140 of "Westmont Heights addi
tion; consideration $1.00 and gratis;
dated Jan. 6, 1910. '
Brazlto Development and Power
company, et al, to Lee T. "Walker,
warranty deed to all of lot No. 19, in
the subdivision of lots 4 and 5 of
Brazito tract or Hugh Stephenson
grant, containing 39.03 acres; considera
tion $3000; dated Jan. 6, 1910.
J. T. Miller to G. H. Wallace, war
ranty deed to lots 18, 19, 20, 21 and 22,
dn block 81 of Miller's addition; con
sideration $1.0Q and other valuables;
dated Nov. 4. 1909.
J T. Miller to J J. Gibbard. warranty
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to cure
No stomach dosingbreathe the
pleasant, healing, genn-killingair
of Hyomei, and cure
Cftbuxfc, Ccigfcs, ColZi, &M?
Sere Tkeai, BrMduti, Etc.
Complete ontfit, including hard
rubber inhaler, $1.00, on money
back plan. Leading druggists ev
erywhere. Mail orders filled by
BOOTH'S HYOMEI CO., Bnffal., N. Y.
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deed to lots 37, 38, 39 and 40 in block
31. and lots 9. 10. 11 and 12 in block 77,
of Miller's addition; consideration $1.00
and other valuables; dated Nov. 4, 1209.
Frank Kropp et ux to T. O. Henley,
warranty deed to a tract of land situ
ate about 1 1-2 miles Wrth of the town
of Mesilla, containing 35.375 acres; con
sideration $3508: dated Jan. 7. 1910.
Frank Kropp et ux to T. O. Henley,
warranty deed to tract of land situate
about three miles west of Las Cruces.
containing 55 acres; consideration $22,
S00; dated Jan. 5, 1910.
Frank Kropp et ux to T. O. Henley,
warranty deed to a tract of land situ
ate about 11-2 miles west of Las
Cruces, conainlng 23.86 acres; consider
ation $2500; dated Jan. 5, 1910.
Frank Kropp to T. O. Henley, quit
claim deed to a tract of land," being
same as conveyed above with an addi
tional 1.93 acres; consideration $1.00;
dated Jan. 5, 1910.
Letter! of AmiHltratlen.
Eugene Van Patten, oath and letters
in Thomas J. Bull estate.
Special Liceaue.
Ramon T. N,evares. retail
license. Las Cruceji, N. M.
Herron Brothers, butchers'
Chamberino.
Births.
Juan Jose RIos.
Jose Ma Cardona.
liquor
bond.
LA MESA NEWS.
La Mesa, NM.. Jan. 10 J. R. Llvesay
and Frank Herron were in Las Cruces
recently.
Dr. Bailey has returned from El Paso.
R. Bailey, of El Paso, was here re
cently with a number of land buyers.
Mrs. Richard and Miss Mary Cocke
were visitors to Las Cruces recently.
Mr. and Mrs. F. H. White have re
turned from California, where they
have been visiting for the past month.
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Reeder of Earlham
were in town lately.
Mrs. B. J. Viljoen entertained the
Merry Villagers club recently. A pleas
ant time was enjoyed by all.
The passenger line between Vado and
La Mesa, conducted by J. R, Llvesay,
has proved a great convenience to the
La Mesa people. "
LAS CRUGES ADVS.
BOWMAN'S BANK
Established 1334
OLDEST AND STRONGEST
IN DOHA ANA COUNTY
Las Cruces
First National Bank
LAS CEUGES, N. M.
TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKETO- BUSINESS
AND SOLICITS YOUR PATRONAGE
OSCAR C SNOW, Pres. CAPT. S. J. WOODHULL, V. Pres.-aoa Cask.
ROBERT DROSS, Asst. Casiuer.
Twenty I
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WATER PIPE BURSTS.
Las Cruces, N. M. Jan. 10. A broken
water pipe in -one of the offices of the
second floor of the First National bank:
building gave the Manasse brothers a
Htle sample of the flood of ancient his
tory Saturday morning. The water be
gan leaking through on the dry goods
early Saturday morning and before the
leak, had been stopped a good sized
duck puddle had formed on the floor of
the store.
ISIDORO ARMIJO, JIL, BETTER.
Las Cruces, N.' M., Jan. 10. Little
"Willard Isidoro Armijo, the 18 months
old son of Isidoro Armdjor the probate
clerk and county recorder, has almost
entirely recovered from the recent at
tack of pneumonia, which necessitated,
sending to El Paso for a trained nurse.
The son and heir of the Dona Ana
county "Sunny Jim Sherman," is how
out of danger and the father is sleeping
nights.
BUYING HORSES.
Las Cruces. N. M., Jan. 10. Meadows
Bros., a well known firm of horse
buyers, are here from east Texas buy
ing a carload of range horses to ship
back to their Texas ranch. A number
of horses and mules were purchased,
from Jeff Isaacks and several other
ranchmen disposed of their extra hsrsea
to the buyers
The busiest and mightiest little
thing that ever was made is Chamber
lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. They
do the work whenever you require their
aid. These tablets .change weakness
Into strength, listlessness into energy,
gloominess into joyousness. Their ac
lion is so gentle one don't realise they
have taken a purgative. Sold by all
druggists.
CH1GHESTERS PILLS
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Pills in Sed and Ueld aUcVV
boxes, sealed trfth Bine Ribbon.
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SOLD BY DRtJGGISTS EVERYHKERE
LAS CRUGES ADVS.
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