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EL PASO HERALD
12
Monday, March 28, 1910.
II .
Easy to Get Good :r
Groceries In Ei Paso
So many new customers haye told us lately that
they were so glad they found out about our Gro
cery store. Of course we are glad to get new cus
tomers all the time, but we are just as particular
about holding the old ones.
The Groceries you get here are the' clean, fresh
and pure kinds that make your meals delicious
and make the task of the housekeeper easy when
it comes to preparing the meal, for we have sucji a
wide range of Good Groceries.
Prompt delivery is one of our Specialties. .
Pillsbury Flouir
The acme of (perfection in Flour- The finest wheat in the world is se
lected and ground into Pillsbury Flour, therefore you get all the lne
giving qualities of wheat when you buy Pillsbury's Best. We axe
exclusive agents and have just received a fresh carload.
$L10 and $2.20 per sack.
AUGEOYKEC SABBXNES
Fish Exquisitely Flavored with Eavigote Sauce
15c per can; $1.50 per dozen
V A Mi I k vtftl !lH 1 1 ft
Phone 151. 210-212
BASEBALL RESULTS.
(Saturday.)
At. San Francisco
HH.E.I
.12 12 -.3
Chicago
San Francisco .- 7 13 8
Batteries Chicago, Xoung, White and
jfayne; voan r ranciecUj u.eiivie,
"Willis arid Williams. "
aller.
At .Kansas- City , . "R- BLrE.
Kansas City . - 13 14- 5.
Denver rT .v---' 8 6 4
Batteries Kansas City. Sullivan. Bol
len. Roads, Dorner and "HaHman; Den
ver. Wood, Herbert Knolles, Yont and
McCabe. '
At Los- Angeles " ' " -t R. H. E.
White Sox .- .... -.." 4 10 4
"Vernon . .... 7 8 1
-jBa'tteries Chicago. Smith and McMur-
ray; Vernon, Slovall. Willett, Bracken- i
riage and Brown, Hogan.
AtfAnnapolis ' R. H. E.
Cornell 1 6 b
Academy 2 10 4
, ' Batteries Cornell Carvajol. Godwillje
and Williams; Academy. Anderson and
Metz. ' ,.
FIRST AXD SECO.VD
BROWNS WIN" GAMES.
Muskogee, Okla., March $. Fifteen
to eight, Muskogee was defeated Sun
day by ihe second division of the St.
Louls Browns. -' c
Score: SB. H. E.
St. Louis 15 IS 2
Muskogee t 8 10 4
Batteries.: St. Louisw Love, Strimmcl
and Allen; Muskogee. vLingenfelter,
Kennedy, Reece and Buckles.'
Waddell Pitching
Oklahoma City, Okla..' Marcn 2S.-2-Heayy
stick work won lor the St. Louis
Browns ag-ainst the-Xlocal nine. The
score tvas 11 to 0. J
Score: R- H. E.
St. Louis Z :.. 1115 1
SPECIAL SALE
25c
Italian Creams !
With Almonds.
15c a Pound
WEDNESDAY ONLY
ifies,
CONFECTIONERY COMPANY
C. S. PICKRELL, Mgr.
206 N. Oregon St. Phone 347
Spring Shirts
, E.&W.
$2.00 to $3.50
Cluett
$1.50 and $2
Eagle,
$1.25 to $2.
Monarch
$1.00
SEE OUR WIN
DOW DISPLAY
Cor. Mesa and
Texas
Sh
jjM
Texas St. Auto 1151,
Oklahoma .City 0 4 5
Batteries: St. Louis, Pelty, Powell,
TVaddell and Stephens; Oklahoma City,
ChpHette, Crowson, Bandy and McCon
nelL 3IEAGHER TO "WEAR THE
HIXSOX MEDAL FOR MONTH.
El Paso rifle scores, at the weekly
'Shoot at Mundy Heights Sunday morn
ing in the-rHixsou medal event were
as follows: .
Mcaghc. 23: Haines, 21; Scriven, 21;
Paul, 21; Bulwer, 20; Reherd. 19; Hop
ple, 19; Ponsford, 19; Rutledge, 17; Mc
Liamore, 1.
This score closed thetcontest for the
month with the following standing:
Meagher, 46: McLamore. 43; Haines,
.43; Allea, 42; Scriven,, 41: -Hopple, 41:
Paul, 41: TJulwe'r, 40; '"Esnnebaker, 40;
Relxerd 31; Bate3r,'36. Meagher, having
the highest score, was awarded the
medal for the month.
The Shelton-Payne Arms company has
presented the club vrith a madal and
this will be contested for commencing
next Sunday. "
EARLY CLOSING EVENTS
IN BOSTON RACE MEET.
Readville, Mass., March 28. The list
of early closing eventb for Boston's
Grand curcuit meeting August 30 to
September 3, Ir as follows.
The American Derby, $15,000 includ
ing trotters.' .$11,000; pacers 540,00.
Tho' Massachusetts $10,000 stake, 2:14
j trotters-
.ne Jsiue inis, $savu, :u 'iruu"rs.
The Stallion Championship, $5000.
free for all trotting stallions; 3000,
2:14 pacers; $2500, 2:06 pacers.
OLDFJELD TO LOS' .D.GELES.
DaytonarFIa., March 28. Barney Old
field with four racing machines, is on
his way to Los Angeles to run at the
opening races on the new board track.
LANGFORD JOINS JEFFRIES.
Los Angeles. Cal., March 28. Sam
Langford is going to join the Jeffries
trainers." Despite his color, the negro
fighter isr no Johnson -man.
t i ;
Try Ardoin's "Sunny Side" special but-
Jt Uter, and you getNthe fresh, sweet kind.
Llt's pure creamery butter and costs no
t'mnrp than the ordlnarv kind. -
-TTTTRKD IN RUNAWAY.
Ft. Worth, Tex., ICarch 28. 3Iiss Ella
lw . 4 ..- mia, C. . L-onner
a!:d,Iic53 Hatmilton, of Chicago, were
seriously injured late yesterday vraen
the teaan drawing the carriage in which
the ipartv was riding ran away. -.IMis
Griffith "jumped,, her, foot retching in
"the wEed" She was draggedhalf a block
"before rescued.
J SAXTA FE MAY RUX
A L.IKE INTO WACO.
Waco, Texas, MaTch 2b. Thj Busi-
j iit X!'f rl"b oda" received a letter
from the Santa Ee railroad announcing
xhat this line is figuring on running
a daily train into Waco. Shippers are
Interested and will be greatly benefit
ted. It is expected that the ,road will
enter here at an early date.
tocuie
Catarrh
Q Nostomaeh dosing trealhe the pleasant,
healing, germ-killing air of Hyomei, and core
CATARRH, COUGHS, COLDS, CROOP.
SORE THROAT. BRONCHITIS. ETC
J Complete outfit, including hard rubber in
haler, $1.00, on mooey-back plan. Extra
bottle 50c Druggists everywhere.
Mail orders filled by
BOOTH'S HYOMEI CO., BUFFALO, K. Y.
COXSUImVG ENGINEER.
R. E. HARDAWA1, C. K. Railroad
and Hydraulic engineer. 30 years ex-
location. Topographical surveys, land j
surveys anu suuuiviaiuu wurjt. xixami
nations and reports on land and prop
erty values. Maps and, "blue prints.
Fine teams and outfit at my ranch In
Tsleta.
Address U3C Arizona St., and Tsieta.
Phone 51 qo
1 B
y-j
LAS CETJCES AND
MESILLA VALLEY
x.-
H SCHOOL
Agricultural College Cadets
- Easily "Win From EL .
Paso Plavers.
Agricultural College; N. M., March 28.
Iu a loose game of baseball, the col
lege won from the El Paso High school
on the college grounds by a score of 12
to t. . t
With the exception of two innings.
the game was fairly interesting. In the
fourth, the High school made five runs.
In the sTxth Loretz weakened and ie
college hammered him for eight runs,
all of them earned. Loretz pitched a
good game but started at too fast a
pace. Wailing did well for the two in
nings he was in the game.
The Hisrli school Infield was fast and
heady. 'Their outfield was slow. Parker
caught a. plucky game.
Blaine. for the college, knocked a
home run with three men on bases.
The college has material for a team
that willjmake a respectable showing
against any team in .this part of the
country. The score by innings:
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9 T
l 7
0 1?
H. S. ..
College
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Summary:
j Tpirh School -AB R H PO A K
j Chenewoth, ss 5
J Allen, 2b 4
1 2
2 0
1 1.
0 9
1 1
H. Grady,
3b.
W. Grady, lb...-. J4 l 1
Corniner. If :4 2
Galligan, cf .? 0 ,0 0
Sunbler, rf 1 .I 0', ' 0 0
Ross, rf 7U..3 0 l 0;
j Walling., p ..-.-... 1, 0 0 0
Parker, c ..:- ;.4 0 1 9
Loretz, p & rf. ...... 4 0 0 2
87'
7 24 11 5
College
Howara-c . .
Ttnttt h
I AB R H PXt A E
.V..-. 4 11 11 1 0
...,:. -..5 ,2-0 0 3 0
Thomas, 3b 4
Kirkpatrick, 'lb .' - 5
X 1
1 13
Bansman, p ,' . . .
1 "f13 .0 2
Beckwith, ss-.
..4 00
1
0
2 1
0 fi
Blanev cf .'..A..L5 1 2"
Floyd, If .
Know,- rf
Mayer, rf . .
.:... 3 2.-2
1- 0 0
0 0 0
o' 0 0
4
T- 38-12 9 27 11 3
Earned runs, Cpllege 7, High School
5; home runs, Blane, Corning; base on
balls, Bannnan 1, Loretz 2i hit with
ball. Loretz 2 double play. High
School; nff uck-outT bjr Bansman 10, Lo
retz 6, Walling -2; umpire, Shaphorst;
scorer, Henry.
CARPENTERS COMPLETE WORK
ON LA TUNA DEPOT.
Anthony. M., March 28. Carpen
ters iiave completed their work upon the
new SantaTFe railroad station and sec
tion housrt at La Tuna and the painter?
hn-e arrived and' are busy with the dec
orations. Messrs. F. G.. W. F. and C. C. BelV
have purchased of H. M. Mundy 340
acres of land about a mile youth of L,
Tuna, on fn wept side of the railroad,
together with a hay barn and windmill.
This ajoins the 275 acres they bought
of Mr. Mundy lastr winter. They have
about 100 acres of old. alfalfa and "100
acres newly seedea. An irrigation
pumping plant, costing $1600, will bn
installed. .
John Pnest's c'lildren who have
been sick with the whoping cough, arf
improving. " - -
A baby girl has arrived at the homo
of E. W. Nevill in Chamberino.
Mrs. D. Browning, ofEl Paso, iSjrX'islt
ing Miss Adams. - '".O,
Rev. J. Burns, of La Mesaj , preached
here Sunday. '
Reecnt El Paso visitors were Mrs;
Belle Dietter and J. R. Montford."
Do not miss Ardoin's this week for
.your fresh green vegetables. Every
thing the market contains.
twelve Hen to
state prison
Boy, Is Kept Here Waiting
for Room in the State
Reformatory.
Twelve prisoners were taken to the
state convict farms by aent Bishop Sat
urday night. They are S. H: Ysmchan,
5 yeans; P." H. Thomas. 2 years; Ohas.
Williams7 2 years; Win. Armstead, 4
years; P. Murillo, 2 years; Juan -Martinez,
2 years: Eobert Stephenson, 2
rears; Harry Bohn, 2 years; E. W.
Johnson. 2 vears; John Henrj' "Watson. 2
years: Jesus Perez, 30 years.
Although 13 j-ear old 3Iiruel Galindo
was sentenced to serve three j-ears on a
charge of burglary, he was not taken
with the other (prisoners but as soon as
t'herp is roon for Kim in the reform
school, sheriff Hall will take him there.
County attorney V. W. Eridgers. dis
cussing the juvenile court law, said this
"morning; "you dx not ll w what the
law is. afte ryou have r ." and there
is hardly any war of enforcing it. It is
a wonder that Texas does not wake up
and make some kind of a law for
the juvenile criminals."
Do not miss Ardoin's this week for
your fresh green vegetables. Every
thing the market contains.
Under a merciless grilling today Ka
tie Mueller who lived with with bol
ter as his 'wife, broke down and gave
the police startling additions to her tes
timony. " M . . . .
The police say she told of the night
Ruth Wheeler was first missed, and said
she was asleep at 9 dclock.
"About midnight," the report of her
testimony continues, "I was awakened
by a crash fromthe front room. I call
ed out 'who's there,' and Albert an--rwered
from the front room, sayln: 'Part
of fire place has fallen down and I'm
fixing it. You stay in bed.' About 2
oclock I was awakened by another noise
of something falling. 'Albert was on
DEFEATED BY
; M ESU.LA
pougeTingh mi of in ira
: OF MiyjOIG GIRL ILIVE
(Continued From Page 1.)
N
ews-
Brevities
Train Bulletin.
All afternoon trains are reported on
time.
Eliot Approves Rules.
Cambridge, Mass., March 23. "It is
plain to see that the rules are marked
improvements," said Dr. C "W. Eliot,
president emeritus of Harvard in speak
ing of changes made in football play.
"They ought to make the game tolerably
safe," he added.
Dr. WIp Robinson, dentist, office
moved to Turnerjfc Davis Bldg., 325 San
Antonfo street.
Confesses Murder.
Salt Lake City; Utah, March 28. Har
ry Thorn, who claims to be only IS years
old and who came from Baltimore, has
confessed to the murder of George "W.
Fassell, an east side groceryaian, in the
perpetration of a holdup. He named
John Hays and a man named "Curly" as
Ills kjsu.iou:j. 1
Dr. PrenUs, aoiuuy diseases,
stomach and intestines. Trust Bldg.
Grebe cleans clothes. 418 N. Qiegon.
Enforce Sunday Law.
Elkhart, Ind., March 28. Mayor Ches
ter closed drug stores, tobacco, fruit and
refreshment stands and all manner of
business, "just to show the public what
the Sunday blue law is." he said.
Special, ladies purses, stropping Da3.
El Paso Trunk factory, north sid? plaia.
Condemn Grafters.
Pittsburg Pa., March 28. An unusual
feature of the Easter services here was
the reading of a circular letter urging
the members of all denominations to at
tend an indignation meeting to be held
this week. Sermons were designed to
arouse public condemnation of such
practices as have been revealed in the
council.
Dr. Willis R. Smith, Siln genlto
urinaryand rectal diseases. Office rooms
201, 203, Caple's building.
Fined 910.
Francisco Valdez, charged with being
drunk and violating the Jim Cro;v law
by riding on the same seat as a negro
on a Mexico car. was fined $10 in police
court this morning.
Dr. Carpenter, otrice at the Eye and
Ear hospital. Stanton and Wyoming.
Dog Bites Negro in Court.
As Chester McNeil, a negro charged
with using abusive language, was leav
ing the prisoner's dock in police court
this morning to go to rhe judge's bench,
a fox terrier owned by one of the pris
oners bit him on the right e. The pris
oner used some language that uucer
other conditions mignt have made him
liable for contempt of court,, but eveji
the judgej was forced to laugh.
Dr. W. H. PIckcl'x office removed to
Turner & Davis Bldg.. 325 San Antonio;
street. - -
v Motkerinlaw the Cause.
Dan Sheady, arrested on' a charge of
being drunk and disturbing the peace.
vr&s dismissed by judge Lea this morn
ing when he explained that his "mother
inlaw was the cause of all the trou
ble." Dr. Cnmcroa, Dentist, tor reliable den
tis'cry. reasonable prices. Office over
Guarantee shoe store. Work guaranteed
C. L. EJHInylon. "M Magoffin. TfeL 1489
painting, paperhanging. decorating.
' Howe Hns 31enslc.
District attorney i.owe in his race for
-., ir.. .....n..,..i.ln 1-- Vn-rlrpn nut-
in a new way. This time it is the mea-1
t- .... oftnmov w w. Bridzers
is acting -as prosecuting attorney in toe
district court.
Dr Starker, 31-319 Caples.' Bldg.,
practice limited to diseases of the eye,
ear, nose and throat.
'
Clark Ask Continuance.
Charles piark, who was to have been
iven a preliminary hearing before jus
tice E. B. McClIntock on a charge of
forgers-, this morning again requested a
continuance of the trial until Thursday.
His request was granted.
Dr. J. A. HedrXck will occupy offices
in tre Coles Bldg.. after Maich 21.
Posener Robbed Again.
For the sixth tlnie,x the millinery store
of Max Pcsener on Pioneer place was
burglarized Sunday night, though this
time the haul was of little consequence
only about 5 worth of cheap jewelry
being taken. The burglars had forced
an entrance through the rear door in
the nltev the same way burglars have
entered the place on other occasions.
Buy a Maxwell. Best automobile on
the market Jfor the price. Rader &
Alexander.
Dr Burleson Staten has removed" his
office to suite 3, Coles Block, over "The
"White House," corner San Antonio and
Oregon streets. r
Jnasre Make n Xew Lnvr.
"We have no law to punish the bi
cycle thieves, so we will just make one
of this new vagrancy law," said judge
Lea in police ourt this morning when
he fined . Roman Guerrero $2l on a
iw.. r ,-oo-t-othv Guerrero be5ng
charged with having stolen ai bicycle
from Fred Bauer, a wesieru urxi.wu
messenger boy, Saturday evening.
Auto Wreck; Two Killed.
Sterling. Kans..- March 2S When an
a-utomobllA collided with a buggy, two
persons were killed and three Injured.
The dead are Wylie Lloyd. 2 years old.
and Miss Bertha Mossman, aged -1
years.
his knees before the fire plie shovel
ing something -tvith his hands back into
the grate.
"I said: 'Can't I help you. and start
ed toward him. He said roughly: 'Go
back to bed and stay there or Til choke
you to death.' I went back to bed and
stayed."
Inspector McCafferty. of the detective
bureau, said: "Our caLe is practically
complete. We will prove that this poor
little girl went to seek work from Wol
ter; that he attacked her; that'she fought
and that he choked her until she was
unconscious. Then the most horrible of
all happened he burned her while she
was still alive, though unconscious."
icine
There is no other season when medi
cine is so much needed as in the
spring. The blood is impure and im
poverished a condition indicated by
pimples, boils and other eruptions on
the face and body, by deficient vitality,
loss of appetite, lack of strength.
The best spring medicine, according
to the experience and testimony of
thousands annually, is
Hood's Sarsaparilla
It purifies and enriches the blood,
cures eruptions, builds up the system.
-. A. SI. 4..3. . !. ..i-...nl If-...?! -fsitYt fT
Ijec' It LUUiiy ill uauai iiquiu ""' -
chocolated tablets known as Sarsatabs.
STATE SENATOR
TOOK A BRIBE
Admits to Grand Jury That
He Was Pai'JJFor His
Vote for Senator.
Jackson, Miss., March 28. A sensation
has been caused here by testimony giv
en before the grand jury by state sen
ator Theodore Bilbo, that he accepted a
b'ribe of $645 from L. C. Dulaney, of
Issaquena county, to vote for Leroy
Percy in the recent United States sen
atorial contest.
Dulaney denies that he gave the bribe.
A grand jurj- subpena has been is
sued for governor Noel.
ROTJ&H RIDERS TO
BECG'ME INSURGENTS
Texans and Others Forming
Command at !$e? Or
leans for Nicaragua.
New Orleans, La., March 28. A com
pany composed of former Texas rangers,
Rough riders and United States army
regulars is here preparing to gp to J
Nicaragua under Gen. Gordon, according
to reports, although the movements are
kept a 'secret to prevent Interference.
iVo name.; of the memoers of th- com
pany have so far been learned,, but they
have been arriving for over a week.
The company Intends aiding the in
surgent cause and many of the men are
well known, it is said.
THIRTY VETERANS PUT, OUT
OK THE CONFEDERATE H03IE
Austin, Tex.. March 28. John B. Hood
camp. Confederate veterans, yesterday
afternoon voted down a resolution to en
dorse the action of the Confederate home
board which decided to remove about 30
i.ClU-U5 XiUllI Laic IlUiltC i
Tne looara tooK tnis action to maKe
room for applicants more decrepit than
those about to be turned away. I
Many indignant expressions regarding
the board's actions will result, it is be
lioved. 'In eiilftrerincr the home at once
and making the withdrawal of the 30 '
veterans only temporary.
Governor Campbel' savs he has re
ceived no report from the board and will
not discuss the affair.
GIN NEAR CLARKSVILLE J
DESTROYED -BY FIRE
Clarksville, Tex.. March28, The cot
ton, inn belonging to J. H. Roberts &
Cj., four miles south of town, was de
stroyed by fire early today, causing a
loss' of $6000 to the 'building and ma-
Tii-norir
The plant was considered one of the 4
best m north lexas.
An investigation to determine the
cause, is in progress as it is believed
to have been incendiarv.
T03IAX FALLS IX A
CHURCH AXD WILL DIE
San, Antonio." Tex., llarch 2S. Thile
attending Easter services at - Travis
Parle Methodist church. Mrs. Josephine
Ratkin. aged 72, .tripped and fell in the
aisle, fracturing her right hip. On ac
count of her advanced age she will not
recover. Tbe Tlilel Detectl" Service Co.
, Has opened offices in El Paso at 219
Caples Bldg- and is prepared to handle ,
legitimate detective work for corpora- j
rions, mine owners, firms and attorneys.
This service has branches In the prin
cipal cities In the U. S.. Canada arl
Mexico. They hav both phones-
SOTJTH LEON STREET
TO BE PAVED
The Texas Bitulithic company has
commenced excavating: on South Leon
street. beV.'een San Francisco and San j
Antonio streets, preparatory to pavrnsr i
the block. The roving will be put dewn
as soon is possible as fho street is now l
practically closed to traffic-
NEWS NOTES OF THE
RECLAMATION SERVICE
P. W. Dent, examiner of titles in the
l'il rHinration office, has gone to
AJamogordo.
h u. nicent, formerly stationed at
Yuma as an engineer in the reclamation
sen-ice, has -heen transferred to El Paso.
IMr. Vincent was the engineer in dnre
of the construction of the Lairuna dm.
H. S. Stanton, who recently finished
surveying the El Paso valley for the
reclamation bureau, is now making his
maps in the local office- Additional
drafting tahles Irave been secured for
us2 in the El Paso office.
Charley Shilling and wife were in El
Pasn Sundiv ni"ht on rniito from "R;-
bee to San Antonio, X. M-, where Mr. r
Shilling is gcing tp take up the. position j
of mas.ter mechanic at. the Oarthage j
mines. Mrs. Shilling was formerly Miss t
Jessie Mackenzie, of the Airdome com
pany of last summer.
tT. C. Dunn, a former railroad man,
but now located at Alamogordo. X. M .
was in the city conferring with the
"Roberta Realty companj, and Jacic
Simpson.
SIT
Every pair
guaranteed.
pnng
II .vsSAk After
? I fL
I
Basement
Special
Xow that spring sewing is at
hand, there will be lots of de
mands for the cheaper wash ma
terials. Tomorrow we offer, as an
Extra Basement Special, splendid,,
quality Prints in light and J?
dark colors at, per yard O C
J.CaluWDry
GENERAL STRIKE CALLED OFF;
BREWERY WORKERS ATTACKED
Philadelphia, Pa., iTarch 2S. While
the general strike in sympathy with the
striking carmen was off icially called off
Sunday bv the Central Labor Union, an
attack was made on the Brewery Work
ers. Resolutions were passed cailing upon
the members of trade, unions to antate
and vote for local option at every op
portunity. The failure of the brewery
workers "to join the sympathetic strike
it is alleged vas practically responsible
for the passage of this resolution.
0 eo
ySPEPSH
TOUCH
Take a Little Diapepsin now
and your Stomach "Will feel
fine five minutes later.
As there Is often some one in your
family who suffers an attack of Indi
gestion or some form of Stomach,
trouble, why don't you keep some
Diapepsin the house handy?
This harmless blessing will digest
anything you can eat without the
slightest discomfort, and overcome a
sour, gassy Stomach five minutes after.
Tell your pharmacist to let you read
the formula plainly printed on these
50-cent cases of Pape's Diapepsin.
then you will readily see why it makes
Indigestion, Sour Stomach, Heart
burn and other distress go in five
minutes and relieves at once such mis
eries as Belching of Gas, Eructations
SO
THE MODERN AET
It shown in all of its beauty in some of this season's
Wall Paper,-specially intended for use with Mission
and Craftsman furnishings. "Would be glad to show
them to you.
Tuttle Paint H Glass Co.
ALL
Our Stock Saddles, Harness, Rifles, Shotguns, Ammunition and Sporting
Goods are" all "Al." Call and examine same, or write ua.
Mail orders given prompt attention
SHELTON-PAYNE ARMS CO.
301-303 EL PASO ST.
BOWMAN'S BANK
Established 1884
OLDEST AND STRONGEST
IN DONA ANA COUNTY
Las Cruces New Mexico
First National Bank
LAS CRUCES, N. M.
rKANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
AND,SOLICITS YOUR PATRONAGE
-4
OSCAR C SNOW, Pre. CAPT. S. J. WO0DHULL, V. Pres. aad Cas.
ROBERT DROSS, Asst. Cashier.
-Easter Sale of
Silk Dresse
Values Up to $24.50
1485
Just because 175 Silk Dresses ar
rived too late for Easter busi
ness, we propose to close them
out at a sacrifice price. These
dresses represent all the late
models the materials are fou
lards, tussah pongee, glace taf
fetas and messalines. Not a dress
in the lot' is worth less than
$21.50; many are worth $24.50.
On sale this week at
114.85
Sale of
Ribbons
Big inroads were made on the 30,
000 yards of All-Silk Ribbons of
fered for Easter. However, many
thousands of yards yet remain and
sale prices wiirbe continued this
week. These are All-Silk Ribbons,
in all colors and. widths.
GocU Co. On .).itf
THE-WBATKSR
Forecast.
For Ei Paso and vicinity: Tonight
J and Tuesday fair.
For 7ew Mexico: Tonight and Tus-
day fair and colder south, rain or snow
t and colder (freezing temperature) north
. portion.
J? or west Texas: lonight ana lues
day partly dandy to cloudy weather;
colder in northern portion.
BELL PHONE ll
jet you a buyer, x
Will
HEART
M,
GAS AN
THEB MISERY.
of sour undigested food, Nausea, Head
aches, Dizziness, Constipation and
other Stomach disorders.
Some folks have tried so long to find
relief frem Indigestion and Dyspep
sia or an out-of-order stomach with
the common every-day cures -advertised
that they have about made np
their minds that they have something
else wrong, or believe theirs Is a case
of Nervousness, Gastritis, Catarrh of
the Stomach or Cancer.
This, no doubt, is a serious mistake.
Tour real trouble is, what you eat does
not digest; instead, it forments ani
sours, turns to acid. Gas and Stomaeh
poison, which putrefy in the digestive
tract and intestines, and, besides, poi
son the breath with nauseous odors.
A nearty appetite, with thorough di-.
gesuon, ana wtnout the slightest dis
comfort or misery of the Stomach, isi
waning ior you as soon as you. decid
to try- rape's -Uiapepsln.
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