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EL
LSO herald
Wednesday, April 6, 1910.
9
I Eysier s C O. D. Grocery
Corner Kansas and Boulevard
Our Prices Are the Talk of El Paso
Our G-oods Are As Good As Any in El Paso
Our Delivery Service Is the Best in El Paso
Phone Us Your Order Bell 844-823; Auto 1691
Fresh Vegetables Every Morning By Express
Blue Bibbon Butter (strictly fresh) 3 lbs. for $1.00
Mountain Park Eggs, per dozen 30c
Strictly fresh Valley Eggs, dozen . . .' .25c
l-food sweet, juicy Oranges, 3 dozen for 50c
CARLSBAD MEN
INVENT COMPUTER
gj 1 : i
'-t!oA'E of low rKiass-
3 cans St Charles 31ilk
for .:
3 cans Pioneer Milk
for
6 cans small Pet or Colum
bia Milk for
3 pkgs. Dr. Prices' Food, 3 pkgs. Post
Toasties, 3 pkgs. Kclloggs
Corn Flakes for
Cream of "Wheat,
per pkg.
Dr. Price's Ail Grain Food,
per pkg.
Aunt Jamima Pancake
Flour, per pkg
National Oats, largest pack
age and best oats, only
Fine Celery,
per bunch
Fine Asparagus,
3 bunches for
25c
25 c
25c
legs. Post
25c
15c
15c
10c
10c
.. 5c
25c
Beets (large bunches Cali
fornia beets) each
Turnips, large bunches,
each
Spinach,
pound
Large California Head Let-
tuce, 2 for J.
Best Pie Plant, s
2 lbs. for
New Peas,
per ib
California Seedless Grape
Fruit, 4 for
Good Apples,
4 lbs- for
Fancy California Lemons,
2 dozen for ,
Fancy California Navel Or
anges, 3 dozen, for
Best Dry Onions,
6 lbs. for
c
c
c
c
c
c
c
c
c
c
c
Shasta Brand Jelly and Jain (10 oz. tumbler) each. 10c
Very best quality Evaporated Peaches, per lb 10c
Very best quality Evaporated Apricots, per lb 15c
Extra good Prunes, 3 Lbs. for 25c
3pkgs.jIaearoni, Spaghetti or Verirrieella for: .. 25c
15 lbs. best Colorado Potatoes for 25c
I 4 large rolls (100 sheets) Toilet Paper, 4 for 25c
5 gallons best Gasoline for . 85c
5 gallons bst Eupion Oil for :.: 80c
Best Baltimore Tomatoes, 2 cans for "...'... 15c
Extra fine quality Iowa" Corn, 3 cans for 25c
Wisconsin Early June Peas, regular 12 l-2c quality . 10c
Eyster's C. O. D. Grocery
-ACQV1TTED IX MEXICO COURT.
Alexander Brantley, arrested by the
JUarez police two weeks ago, following
DRINK MILK BR
PLENTY Of IT DRINK
EL PASO PlRE-iVIiLK
There Is more rood value in one quart
or El Paso Pure Milk than there is In
one pound of the choicest porterhouse
steak. El Paso Pure ililk. Is pure milk
It comes from inspected, contented cows,
and is treated by the most scientific
methods. Delivered to you in sterilized
air-tight bottles.
El Paso Dairy Co.,
Pfcenes: Bell 340; Aut15C
Office 313 IV. Oroson.
A WISE INVESTMENT
FOR A BOY OR MAX!
WHAT? i
A SIcmbcr.skip ia the El Paso
5T. M. C A.
JOIX XOTV!
d.?S rSfe CROWLEY CO.
the burglary of a Calle Comerrin lo-rc--
elry store, has been acquitted from Ihe-
tuurt 01 metiers. jo evidence was
shown to hold either Brantley or H. C.
Parks, arrested in his company. The
arrest vras based on the presence of
Brantley and his companion near the
store shortly previous to the burglary.
The police statement that Brantley car
ried three watches when arrested is not
borne out by the court records.
Y of Pound a Week
at ileast, is what a young baby ought
to gain in weight. Does yotfrs? If not
there's something wrong -with its di
gestion. Give it UcGee's Baby Elixir
and it will begin gaining at once. Cures
stomach and bowel troubles, aids diges
tion, stops fietfulness, good for teeth
ing babies.
, Price 25c and 50c
Sold by all druggists.
Cures Piles or $50 Paid
The only NON-NAuJOTIC, non-poisonous
and lawful pile cure. All up-to-date
druggists sell E-ru-sa Pile Remedy.
2sew Invention for Figuring
Interest Oarlsbad Im-
prorements. i
Carlsbad,":. 1L, April 6. C. M. Acrey J
and G. TV. Goss, both of Carlsbad, have
perfected and procured the patents in
the United States and Iexico on three '
computing machines which give prom- i
ise of becoming as popular as typewrit
ers or the adding machines, which have
come into almost universal use. One I
machine will Instantly compute interest
on any given principal from one day
to 365 days and-from 3 percent to 12
percent, figuring interest in amounts as
large as $750 and on sums as large as
$40,000.
The second machine is a tax, or stock
company computing machine. For tax
es, it will compute on as many as 30
different accounts at" the same time, at j
amerent rates, irora one-iourtn ot a
mill to any given percent- The same
machine will be of service in comput
ing the earned dividends of as many
as 30 shares of stock at the same time,
on a month's earnings, or longer, each
share being different in amount
The third machine is termed a cotton
computing machine and will indicate
instantly, in dollars and cents, the value
of a bale of cotton varying in weight
from one to 650 pounds, at any price,
ranging from 3 cents to 16 cents, with
points running 100 to the cent, which
will include all of the various com
binations known to the trade.
The machines are a solid mass jof cog
wheels and are as compact as any of
the machines now on the market. Mr.
Acrey will leave soon for St. Louis, and
arrange for their manufacture.
The April term of the fifth judicial
district has opened in this city. Both
the civil and criminal dockets are
larger than they have been for many
terms past. Three defendants charged
with murder will be tried.
The work of placing the steel super
structure on the new $12,000 bridge
across the Pecos river, immediately
east of Carlsbad, has been commenced
and will soon be in place and the
bridge open for traffic.
The postofficedepartment at "Wash
ington has allowed the petition ask
ing for a change to be made in the
rural route out of this city, which will
slightly lengthen the route and which
will serve about 17 more families.
H. H. Wilson and family have moved
Into their new bungalow home, which
has just been completed on their farm,
eight miles south of town. It consists
of six rooms with modern conveniences
and is one of the many neat and at
tractive rural homes of the valley.
G. M. Cooke, cashier of the First
National bank of this city, accompan
ied by his wife, has returned from a
month's sojourn at Hot Springs, Ark.,
where the former has been taking
treatment for rheumatism., He re
turned greatly benefited in health.
Mesdames W. B." "Wood and Sam Sav
age, arrived in Carlsbad from their
homes in Abilene, Texas, and will visit
for some time with the family of their
sister, Mrs. L. B. Merchant.
Our Pride
The absolute quality of
our goods, the service
3rou get at the hands of
our employes, and the
low prices of our goods.
It Is Our Earn
est Desire
to please all who come
to this store. Our con
tinual prosperity is suf
ficient proof of this desire.
TUCUMCARI HAS
SCHOOL TROUBLES
Milliner y & Ladies Ready-to-Wear
COAT SUITS the quality of these suits surpasses by far any
we have shown, in style, cut and workmanship they are a per
fect dream- Well made, in all the latest colors for spring and
summer; made plain and fancy
Coat Suits worth $22.50,
at
Coat Suits .worth $35.00,
at
LINEN COAT SUITS made of pure Hnen, perfectly tailored;
Jjest quality linen suits, worth $17.50, & 1 5? Q.R
Linen suits worth $20.00, ? 1 4- 8
Sailor Hats
Just received, another large shipment of sailors, that surpass
anything ve have shown this season, all colors and styles, trim
med with plain velvet and fancy bands
Sailor Hats worth $1.50, Q Q
Sailor Hats worth $2.75, & A
Sailor Hats worth $3.00, f II QO
NEW PATTERN HATS newest and prettiest styles, perfect
imitations of the latest Parisian designs, trimmed -with feathers,
flowers and TJbbon, special sale of .pattern hats, &? QS
worth $15.00, at , P 0
Pattern Hats worth $20.00, 1 4 7
SILK DRESSES made of pongee taffeta and changeable messa-
line in all the latest stylos and colors
Silk Dresses worth $22-50, ' 1 4 QS
Silk Dresses worth $27.50, . 1? 7
PLUMES black, white and in colors plumes 1 A QS
worth $15.00 at lU.eJO
Plumes .worth $20.00, .... fc -j f y
"SEND US YOUR MAIL ORDERS.
I
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Adler
Co
The Paradise f the Pacific
Best Irrigated Area In Mexico
The IntentailoBg! Realty Company of Kexlco Gify
has bought, and offers for sale, 66.000 acres of the choicest River bottom
alluvium' at "Bebelama," State of Sinaloa, Mexico.
Abundant water from the Sinaioa Itiver is delivered to each purchaser
at he highest point on his land- Land also fronts on ocean shore and two
harbors afford facilities for ocean transportation by-coasting steamers.
Everything that one can expect to raise in this latitude can be grown
profitably here. Three crops of some kinds, if desired, and alfalfa, about
ten cuttings.
Climate is ideal. Trade wind tempers summer heat, while nearness to
ocean prevents frost and mean range of temperature is but 30 degrees,
60 to 90 degrees Fahrenheit. Elevation 20 to 40 feet above sea level.
Property lieu about fifteen mileselow the Baanoa, or 2saranjo Stations
of the R. Y. C. and Pacific Railway, to which a spur track -will be built,
affording iihe best and lowest rates for freights and fares.
To those buying now, tnese lands will be sold at bed rock price of
$20.00 U. S- Currency per acre, payable in three instalments, one-third
cash, balance in one and two years -with 85fc .per n-pmrm interest on deferred
payments. All of the water required for irrigation of each tract will be
furnished by the Bebelama Water Company at price of $2.00 U. S. Cur
rency per acre per annum perpetually.
General nenry Ide Willey, the distinguished Irrigation Engineer, in his
report upon this project, states that:
"In all respects it presents phenomenally favorable features, nothing
equaling it ha ever been found by me in all my extensive experience."
The land io divided into tracts of about 60 acres area each, or 250x1000
meters, and not less than 30 seres can be bought until the contemplated
Town Sites are segregated.
Two Directors and Principal
Resign More "Weils
Are Put Down. j
Tucumcari, X. M., April 6. On ac-i
count of some dissatsifaction in the
school board, two of the directors, T. A.
Muirhead and Dr. C. J. K. Moore, ten
dered their -resignations to the county
superintendent. E. F. Saxon and Thom
as Gentry were appointed in their
places. Prof. Q). L Munson, the prin
cipal, and the' teach'er of the eighth
grade have resigned. Prof. Goforth,
one of the teachers, has been appointed
to succeed Prof. Munson.
E. C. Loomis, who came to the terri
tory four yeaTs ago on account of his
health, died at his residence in this
city. He came from Virginia, where
he was employed by the American To
bacco company as chief electrical en
gineer. Fqr awhile he was located in j
El Paso, but had been a resident of this j
city for two years. He was a Mason
and an Elk. His wife was Miss Mabel
McCulley of Danville, Va. He will be
buried in Danville.
The tracks are laid on the Tucum
cari and Memphis railroad and in a
short time Tucumcari will have direct
train service to Memphis.
The sewer Is completed, the manholes
are being tested, and in a few days the
system will be turned over to the city.
The Tucumcari Water and Light com
pany has commenced putting down an
other deep well. This will give It four
Remarkable Values niL
And WAS
GOODS DEPARTMENT
We are putting extra efforts in this depart
ment. Our intentions are to make it excel all
other departments of its kind in the city. So
far the Tesults have been very gratifying to
both our customers and ourselves, as you will
find, upon visiting our store. NOTE few spe
cial items mentioned below.
BELMONTE SILK, 27 inches wide in solid
stripes, dots and fancy figured stripes, plain
and changeable effect; regular O Jf
50c values; special, per yard &3 i
TUSSAH SILKS AND FOULARDS- in a full
range of pretty designs. All the new spring
shades, including Cheny Bros-' celebrated
printed Chinas in a wide range of g r
pretty patterns; special, yard Oww
WASH DRESS LINEN, large assortment of
colors in plain and stripes; all new goods;
27 inches wide; special 'at, Q g
per yard 7 C
WHITE MADRAS, dainty and neat designs,
27 inches wide; all new cloth; a. desirable ma
terial for waists: 1 Ihf
extra special, yard AfcsC
SHEER WHITE CROSSBAR, checks and
stripes, the 19c quality, suitable for waists
and dresses; special,
yard
cr
$1.15
ENGLISH LONGCLOTH, 36 inches wide, su
perior quality. 12 yards in bolt;
special, per bolt
PRINTED LAWNS AND BATISTES in many
new and ipretty designs; light and dark color
ings; neat and elaborate designs; all f
fast colors; extra special at, yd 1UC
AMERICAN BEAUTY BATISTE in the sea
son's new and pretty styles, some with side
bands for trimming, big assert- 1 If
ment, special, yard i2C
PRINTED FOULARDS AND BATISTES 27
inches .wide, in a big andSvell selected stock
of the latest and prettiest things: all new and
fashionable colorings, and guaranteed abso
lutely fast; special, per vard, t If
15c and ." JZC
lleian
Clothes
Our -persistent efforts to sell only dependable
onerchandise has -won for this store the CON
FIDENCE and PATRONAGE of the best
dressers of the town. We believe and have
always believed that tiie public recognizes
QUALITY", that any store which caters to its
wants -with thoroughly reliable goods is cer
tain to be successful. We stongjy advise our
customers to wear COLLEGIAN Clothes for
men. Special Collegian clothes, Ann Cf"fc
worth $30.00, at aP .OU'
Special Collegian clothes, Aia E?f
worth $25.00, at Plj.OU
OTHER STANDARD makes, of men's cloth
ing cut- to exceptionally low figures this
week; men's suits, good make, best of ma
terial, Jatest styles
Suits worth f 25.Q0,
at
Suits worth $20.00,
at
Suits worth 18.00,
fct
No trouble toshqw you.
BOYS' -WASH SUITS we have an extra large
stock of .these clothes, and to reduce our stock
will for the next few days sell at exceptionally
low .prices, boys' wash suits, well "made, all
colors and sizes, guaranteed to wear, yf
prices, 75c to , J)
MEN'S STRAW HATS, just received large
shipment, all new styles, 'nlakes; it will pay
you to come and see them 'before purchasing.
Prices are $3.00, $2-50, $1.25 vj jj
and O C
BUSTER BROWN SHOES for girls and boys;
all the new styles are now on display in the
shoe department; come and see them.
Packard Oxfords
For men, all the latest styles now in stock.
La France Shoes
For women, speak for themselves. Come and
talk to the latest styles.
$18.50
$15.50
$13.50
Ladies Silk Hose
Tie celebrated Onyx brand, ail colors, best
quality; silk hose worth $1.50, OQ
at i?OC
Silk Hose worth $2.00, $h q
COME AND SEE THEM.
Italian Under wear
3Iade of best quality of xsilk special Italian
underwear; worth $4.00,
at
tPoiO
wells and will increase the water sup
ply at least 30 percent.
A mass meeting was held at the Pres
to their home after spending the win
ter in Barstow. if
The Baptist meeting has closed with
byterian church under the auspices of j a total of 45 acquisitions to the church, j tirely recovered from an attack of "la
For information concerning this fend apply to
Li fit C
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INTERNATIONAL REALTY COMPANY
WIsxIjdo, D. F.
Douglas & Eaton on the land, or aBamoa, Sinaioa, Mexico.
Sumboldt Exploration Company, 50 Church Street, IKew-York City.
'A. P- Coles and Bros., El Paso, Texas, and Col. Allen T. Bird, of "Oasis,"
.Xogales, Sbnora.
25!fSEKUDBlB(B!
BEST SUSAR FOR TEA B SOFFEEl
j JBV GffltGERS EVERVWHEnE!
the TV. C. T. U. of this city. Mrs. S. C.
Nutter, of Albuquerque, president of the
territorial W.C. T. U., and Mrs. A. A.
Scott, of Campana, vice president, were
present,, and both delivered addresses.
Rev. J. J. Dalton, D. D., pastor of the
Presbyterian church, also spoke.
"V. O. Soule, an attorney, ,has opened
offices in the Israel building.
TO START WORK ON
PACKING- PLANT
tween here and Safford and the other
at Duncan.
Mrs. Charles VT. Parks has almost en
Many joined other churches,
The Northwestern Drainage company,
of Grand Rapids. Wisconsin, has just
completed a drainage system consist-
ing of about 4o miles, at
$50,000. '
Chas. Namur, of Des Moines, Iowa,
has bought an irrigated farm here and
has gone back after his family.
rippe."
Mrs. J. B. Bray Is in Safford visiting
her mother. Mrs. Anderson?
Miss Emma "Windsor, of Thatcher,
cost of Ariz., has gone to Salt Lake City, Utah,
They will be married at Salt .Lake
City. Mr. McBride is just home from
a mission to Australia-
'AililIIiF
I lagnJJ
1 Sfearsis'E!
Bat and 11
i
box
of the
genuine
Sweetwater May Have Salt
"Works Poultry Men to
Form Association.
Sweetwater, Texas, April 6. Work
on the McSweeny Packing house is to
commence In two weeks. Mn. Mc
Sweeny has given bond -with one of
the leading banks in New York City
as security that he will carry out his
part of the contract. According to the
contract he Is to have the plant ready
for operation seven months from date,
and a crew of workmen are to be here
next week and commence the prelim
inary work.
Test wells are to be made at once on
the Newman place, by E. Carington.
to determine whether sufficient salt
j can be obtained to justify him putting
in salt worss nere. m.t. uarlngton is !
one or the owners oi the Grand Saline
salt works.
A poultry association Is to be formed
here on April 16 at 2 p. m. in the court
house. The purpose of organization is
to induce poultrymen, and all those in
terested in the matter throughout the
county to raise Arstclass stock and
plenty of it in order to meet the de
mand for such stock.
J. D. Dulaney has sold his steer year
lings to Mr. McCall, of Port Worth for
the fancy price of $21 per head.
COURT CONVENES AT- SOLO-
MONVILT.E; NEWS NOTES.
Solomonville, N. M., April 6. Court
is in session here with judge Lewis
presiding.
W. D. Webb, of the B! i-aso Bridge
and Iron company, is before the board
of supervisors. He has put in two
bridges in the county since the first of
the year, one on the county road be-
eei
mil Pas! a
will rid your premises of rats, mice, cock
roaches, waterbugs. etc Ready for Imme
diate use; for SO years the only sruaran
teed exterminator. Money back if it fails.
2 cz. bos. 25c 16 o. box $1.00.
Sold by dealers rvervwhere.
kSTOVRNS' ELECTRIC PASTE CO.. ChlcaSo.tll.
KBBBaHHHHHHiHBai
BAESTOW CHURCH
BEING IMPROVED
Bevival Meeting Closes
New Drainage System
Costs $50,000.
Barstow, Texas, April 6. The Pres
byterian church here is being enlarged
and Improved.
Dr. and Mrs. N. B. Rairden and Mi?
J Dresser, of Omaha, Neb., have returned
j$3.50 Recipe Cures
Weak Men FREE
Send Name and Address Today
-You Can Have It Free and
Be Sirong nd Vigorous.
I have In my possession a precsrlp
tlon for nervous debility, lack of vteor
weakened man hood, falling memory
and lame dick, nrougn: on hy sxesajes
urirt&tur&l drMftd, or the follies of
youth, that has cured so manv worii
and nervous men right in their own
himps Without alV arirJH-innnl Vi.1-. -
medicine that I think every man who
wisnes io ret"" ms maniy power and
virility, quickly and quietly, should
ha-'e a copy. So I have determined to
send a copy of the prescriDtion tre f
j charge, in a plain, ordinary sealed en
velope to any man wno will write me
for it.
This prescription comes from a phy
sician who has made a special study of
men and I am convinced it is the surest
acting combination tor the cure of de
ficient manhood and vigor failure eve
put together.
I think I oxve it to my fellow man
"to send them a copy in confidence so
that any man anywhere who is weak
and discouraged with repeated failures
may stop drugging himself with harm
ful patent medicines, secure what I
believe I? the quickest acting restnn
tive. upuallding. SPOT TOUCHING
remedy ever devised, and so cure him
self at home quietly and quickly Just
Vlrop me a line like this: Dr. e.
Robinson, 4049 Luck Building. Detroit
iMich..and I will send you a copy of
this splendid recipe In a plain ordi
nary envelope free of charge. great
many aociors woum cnarge $3.00 to
..v, iv juciciji iiuui; out a prescrip
tion liko this but I end it entirely
Sr
$100
A GOOD PIANO FOR
$100
ASK YOUR GROCER
0R
Arctic or Matador
Brand Lard Camfpound, the Pars
Vegetable Lard,
Manufactured by
El Paso Refining Co.,
El Paso, Texas.
Do you want a piano?
Do you want a violin?
Do you want a mandolin?,
Closing out sale of pianos,
etc.
A Good MandolinlFer $1.40
A Good Violin for $2.65
$275.00 Bishop i-ano, Oak Case,
for .' $100.00
$275.00 Bishop Piano, Mahogany " I
Case, used, for $125.00 i
$375.00 Stnyvesant Piano, Mission
Case, new, for $225.00
$475.00 Pianola Player Piano, new, J
for $375-00 I
$550.00 Fischer Piano, Mahogany
Case, new, for $350.00
Piano Prices Include Stool and Scarf or
Cover.
Send For Catalogue.
:l
101-103 El Paso St
Good Values In
Good Buggies
You can look the entire south
west over and you will sot find a
better assortment of geod buggies
at better values than will be
found here. We carry at all
times a complete stock and wq
would be pleased to have you cal1
and see our line and guarantee
that the prices will be satisfac
tory.
HARNESS AND
SADDLES
Isn't it about time for a new set
of buggy harness ? It will bright
en up the driving outnt wonder
fully and a. little money will buy
a splendid set of harness now.
WE ALSO SELL ALL SUTOS OF
WAGONS
THE MYERS
COMPANY
"The Buggy People"
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
310 S. EI Paso St.

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