EL PASO HERALD
"Wednesday, April 13, 1910.
1 WRHE FOrt OUR
This patent colt, 2 bar slip
per, dull kid topping, bead
ed ornament: Iicht turn
A neat 2-eye Gibson tie, patent
colt with dull top, turn sole, ?2.50.
The same effect in welt sole3, all
patent or tan, at
$3.00, $3.50 and $4.00
CATTLE ARE SHIPPED
EAST FROM ysleta.
Ysleta, Texas, April 13. Three train
loads of cattle were shipped from the I
Lanfer ranch to an eastern market- i
B. A- Oden, Irbln Oden and Joe Clem
ents are at the Lanier roundup.
Miss Juanita Loewenstein is out on
the mesa the guest of Mrs. Short and
Miss Vera Martin.
Miss Martha Albinos has returned to
El Paso after a visit to Miss Florence
Miss Juanita Loewenstein and Dean I
R. Clark went n spp th Hsn omo - I
J. J. and Otto Smith have returned
from hot springs near Sierra Blanca.
I 215 El Paso St.
INSTRUMENTS AND SUPPLIES
Fred J. Feldman Co.
308 San Antonio St.
SOUTHWESTERN SALES AGENTS
II Pasa frank Facfry
ANGELUS JSsggg & WORKS
Phont "a Crawford
That last year's spring suit can be made
Orioves. cleaned second to "none. Satisfa
for Boors and Windows keep out
the sand, dirt and wind.
It Comes to " iW.iV NVfe '
Baseball and " ravift
Sporting Goods Jhm imM
you will find our stock " vllffm vMnH'
THE LARGEST AND THE xJk&Z "erf&TO llll vvJW tivll I
PRICES THE MOST REASON- iiM?CWraraySSMfflkS IE
ABLE IN ALL THE SOUTH- AJraMsxSmJSTO WMH
WEST. WE INVITE YOUR IN- QMk tSSA
We Handle Reach's Goods " B& 'S
International Book P i M -
& Stationery Co. ' hLh i i l 'JJii l'
HERALD BUILDING. S
are very desirable just now. They
give the foot that daintiness, al
ways admired by fastidious women
This pretty cross bar Mar
jorie patent vamp, dull top,
is one of the daintiest to
be had. Light (
turn solo U?
Misses' and Litile Ladies'
Pumps and Oxfords, in
Gun Metal, Patent Colt
and Kid, welt soles, low
heels just the thing for
growing girls at
$1.50 up to $3.00
R. E. King has returned to New
A. L. Peterman is in- New York.
The marriage of Vicente Grijalva and
Jesusita Silvas was celebrated at early
mass, father Cordova officiating. Mr.
and Mrs. Francisco Candelaria acted as
best man and matron of honor.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Dunning have gone
to Douglas, Arizona.
WORK CONTINUES OX MARBLE
QUARRY NEAR ALPIXE.
Alpine, Texas, April 13. TVork in
the marble quarry west of town is pro
gressing rapidly and it now has sev
eral teams hauling the marble to the
railroad at Palsano, where it is
shipped to easier yards. One piece of
KEUFFEL & ESSER CO, OF N. Y.
Trunks, Bags and Suit Cafaea
made, repaired and exchanged.
Opposite TJOstoffice. a-eross
Plaza. TeL 1054: Auto 71966-
BL0GK .BROS., Pops.
Theater Bids,. Odd. Plaza
to look like new. Prices reasonable.
Craig, O'Donnelf & Co., Gen. Agis,
Phone Bell 43. Chamber of Commerce) Bldg.
This nice- fitting patent an
ininvp, welt sole, at .r.pqir'jrne
same styles in other feathers with
fancy ornament, at
the marble weighs about 14 tons, but
so far the management has been un
able to get it hailed to the railroad.
A. B. AVeakletf, of this city, is pre
paring to erect p. modern home in the
western part of the city.
Reports from,' the Elsinore Cattle
company's rancl near Ft. Stockton say
that they had .a fine rain with some
L. B. Carutlyers, jr.. is here visiting
his father anl brothers.
"Winkler Brothers have arrived to do
the finishing carpenter work on the
Ira Hectpr is in from Fort Stockton,
where he .' has been hauling guayule
from that place to Marathon.
O. H. Hector Is in Eagle Pass doing
some surveying in that country.
Solo'monville, N. M.. April 13. Bar
ney Norton is attending court from his
i raiich at Cedar Springs.
Mrs. Rogers and children and her
spn Walter and his wife and baby have
I rone to Tempe. Ariz., to join Mr.
' Ed Fitzgerald is here from Clifton
doing jury duty.
J Mrs. J. C. Epley and children go to
Stockton Pass to make a visit with her
I mother and father, Mr. and Mrs. FranX
The Pythian Sisters are going to give
a lunch in the Fitzgerald building.
SOCORRO .YEWS !OTES.
Socorro. X. if.. April 13. The ses
sions ofthe district court for Socorro
county is now practically closed. There
still remain a few civil cases to be
disposed of. This was the first session
of court conducted by judge SL C.
Mecbem at this place.
Mrs. J. F. Berry and Mrs. J. E. Grif
fith have returned from a three months
stay In Los Angeles and Long Beach.
Miss Fern Spangler, of T-iong Beach, ac
companied them home and will remain
for a few months. Mrs. Berry will
leave soon for Angangreo, Mex., for a.
visjt with her daughter, Mrs. A. "W.
7 8 "- MAIL, ORDERS V
1- lUO I Promptly FiLLED
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AEMORY CLUB IS
:F0B!MED AT CLIFTON
Freight Transfer Station Is
Established at Long
Clifton, Ariz., April- 13. With the
completion 'of the armory building in
view the members of Co. "F" have or
ganized a club and already about three
fourths of' the active members have
subscribed towards fitting up the club
This will be a big thing for Clifton,
as heretofore it has lacked a place of
thi; kind, and as a consequence find it
a hard rnatter to entertain visitors to
i the city. The club rooms will be
equipped as soon as possible and will
include, in addition to the office, a re
ception, room and library, pool room,
card rooms and a buffet. The club mem
bers will donate subscriptions for the
arIotis periodicals for the library un
til thfj club gets fairly under way.
Tlia armory has been built mainly
thjtf igh the energy of Maj. Paul Reis
ijjftr, assisted by popular subscrip
tions from the business men of the
city, and no help vrt3 received from ,
the territory or the government. The
club will not be limited to active mem
bers of the company, but will also in
clude a number of prominent business
men of the city.
The following officers have been
elected: B. R. Lanneau, president,
and D. K. Mason, secretary and treas
urer. The new freight transfer station
that has been installed at Longfellow
on the Coronado railroad, is proving to
be a big saving in time and expense
In handling supplies for the A. C. Co.'s
, mines and mills at Longfellow and
i Morenci. The ore is brought down
from the mines by an incline and emp
' tied into bins along the Coronado rail
l road. This Incline is 3000 feet long
I Tcth a difference in elevation of 800
The timber and other supplies for
the mines and mills, coming from Clif-
ton. is shipped to the Longfellow sta
tion, which is at the foot of the incline
and then taken up to the top where it
Is hauled to the mines and warehouse
by electric engines. The new transfer
station Is a switch back In three stages.
The cars that are loaded in Clifton are
hanked to the foot of the incline and I
the lading transferred directly Into the
The new transfer also greatly facili
tates handling the oil supply of the
mines. Two large storage tanks have
been built above the Longfellow pump
ing station, and the oil car are un
loaded from a track directly above
them. The oil Is then pumped to the
WAI-K8 PUT JSOWST
AT FT. SUMNER, N. M:
ew Business Houses Are
Opened Exciting Eace
Fort Sumner. X. M.. April 13. The
cement walk movement has reached the
T-osido icp spetion. Two citizens have i
had fine walk laid.
Occasionally one discovers a lot on
which the filings have run out. ,One
such case led to an exciting race between
n-nn. Mniriant will u hrll-f on "tC"llOalS and
a ranid worklnc: carpenter who has J
lumber on the lot. The carpenter won.
A new millinery establishment, a new
restaurant, a new cold drink stand are
More of It Here Than in Any
Other Civilized Land. !
Whenn the digestive process is per
fect and the general syystem is strong
and vigorous, no fear need he entertain
ed of germs, typhoid, tubercular or oth
erwise, as it is only when the system is
run down and in a weakened state that
these germs or bacilli find favorable
lodgment and multiply. We are daily
taking into our bodies, by way cf the
tmouth, the nostrils and the skin many
disease germs of a destructive nature,
but as the conditions within the body
are not favorable to their propagation
they are rendered inert, destroyed or
thrown off without injury. In localities
where typhoid and other low forms of
fever prevail becatise of contaminated
water or other causes the importance
of sustaining the system at a high stand
ard of health, in order to resist the
germ influence upon the bodily functions
cannot be overestimated. Sunshine, fresh
air, proper nourishment and sufficient
ret are essential to good ihealth, and
whatever contributes to the peace and
luxury of perfect digestion must not be
neglected. A remedy that excites the
flow of the salivary fluid for the diges
tion of starches and stimulates the mu
cous surfaces and little glands of the
stomach in the digestion of all other
foods, and, at the same time, as a simple
food, contributes -heat and energy to the
body, must be of priceless value in sus
taining and building up the system and
rendering it immune to the despoliation
of germs or other evil agents of health.
Duffy's Pure M< Whiskey is indis
putably this remedy. It not only serves
to keep the 'bodily health at the highest
notch of excellence, but in typhoid fever,
especially, when the bodily functions
are at their lowest ebb and death seeeans
imminent, it is retained by the stoinacn
when other agents are rejected, and as a
food and stimulant sustains life until
the crisis is passed. While convalescing
after fever it is the greatest strength
giver and x body builder known to sci
ence. Duffy's Pure .Malt Whiskey has to its
credit fifty years of success. It is the
result of years of careful work and is
an absolutely pure distillation of care
fully malted grain. Overworked men,
delicate women and sickly children will
find in Duffy's Pure lalt Whiskey the
health- and strength-giving properties
that are so necessary them. You
should have it in your home- It is a
wonderful remedy in the prevention land
cure of consumption, pneumonia, grippe
Ibronehitis, coughs, colds, asthma, ma
laria, low fevers, stomach troubles and
all wasting and weakening conditions if
taken as directed.
All druggists, grocers and dealers, or
direct, ?1-0Q a large bottle. Refuse sub
stitutes and imitations; they are impure
and dangerous. Send for medical book
let and doctor's advice, both sent free
The Duffy Malt Whiskey Co., Roches
ter, N. yL
Special Value in Dresser
Thursday and Friday
Silk and Lingerie Dresses
2-Piece Wash Suits
$7.50 2-piece wash suits, come in dif
ferent colors: on sale fr ""rE?
$6.50 wash suits, different shades,
nobbv, neat styles ;
also in dif-
on sale for
$5.00 wash suits, come
ferent colors; on sale
1 special lot of ladies' gloria silk tape
edged umbrellas, steel frame, large
assortment of handles- This is a big
$1.00 value; on sale QEJ
$1.25 ladies' umbrellas, gloria silk in
a steel frame, large assortment of
handles: on sale rf - ff
$1.50 umbrellas and parasols for la
dies, come in large range of handles
black and colors; $fr - ,1 Q
on sale for J A A c7
$2.00 ladies' umbrellas and parasols,
come in steel and wood ri " ? j?
handles; on sale for ..Vi 00
By James Forbes,
Copyright, 1908, by J.
W. Dillingham Com
For a moment no one. spoke. AH
were ailed with secret consternation.
Had Crawford, after all, told him what
"Patsy was around to the drugstore,"
lied her mother desperately. "That
talk av Nora an Crawford was gos
slpj the clatter of an oidie tongue."
"It was, -was It? Thin phwat's this
note he gave me with a demand for
the money? He said he lint $300 to
get 'em out av a hole and told me to
give it to 'em as a souvenir if they
hadn't the dacency to make good. If
it's all gossip, how comes he to have
among the .new things for Fort Sum
ner. The cantaloupe growers continue their
efforts to line up a fine proposition for
The fine showers ot tne wee. nac j
put tile dry farmers in gooa spirits aim i
have recalled many of shem to their j
claims. In town the showers have iaia
the dust and made the town look much
The local agent of the Santa Fe re
ports that the business for March was
more than double that of the same
month a year ago.
Santa Pe Employe Injured
by Fall Prom Gar Good
Dayton, N. M., April 13. Sheep men
took possession of Dayton with large
herds of sheep from the foothills, en
route to the alfalfa pastures east of
town. There are now aooui ou,uuu acau
located around Dayton.
G. A. Griffes has been selected as a
commissioner to the general assembly
of the Presbyterian church, which will
be held at Atlantic City. N. J.. May 25.
Geo. W. Hougham, of the Santa Fe,
who had just finished an Inspection
here, fell from the baggage car of the
south bound passenger as it was pull
ing out of the station here and alight
ing on his head and shoulders sustained
a serious shock and severe injuries.
He was taken to the Cottage hotel
where he did not regain consciousness
for several hours.
Mrs. M. Skinner of San Angelo, Tex.,
visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. H.
Mrs. Dr. J. J. Clark, of Artesia, was
the guest of Mrs. A. S. Durrum.
J. O'Hern of Illinois is visiting his
brother, Tim O'Hern, at his home east
A half inch of rain .fell here, being
the heaviest precipitation in eight
months. The. most conservative reports
now are that apples received little in-
injury rom the recent rfeeze, and that
there will be a consiaeraDie crop
CASH BOND OF $1000.
Xogales Man In Strock by Hwe Cart
nnd Injured Xogales Social and
Nogales, Ariz., April 13. Z. L. Pettl
grew, who was out on a cash bond of
$1000 to appear at the April term of
court, failed to appeav wfaen his trial
was called and the bond was declared
forfeited and placed to the credit of the
county school fund.
G. A. Fielder was considerably bruised
and cut about the face by being struck
with the hose cart, which was attached
to an auto. The fire department was
Called out to a blaze in the American
clothing factory, which was extinguish
ed before the firemen arrived.
Born April $, to Mr. and Mrs. Adol
phus Noon, a son.
Mr. and Mrs. Ji N. Ritz have returned
in Nogales from Empalme to remain
during the summer.
Mrs. E. Titcomb entertained a num-
ber of friends at her home on CrawforoL! -. P "' wo "f""
.street In honor of judge F. M. DoanTv times " much M thc 50 ceat auc-
The home was elaborately decorated
with cut flowers and ferns. Mrs. Tit-
comb was assisted in receiving her
guests by her mother, Mrs. Mary Christ.
Ballard & Co
114- South Oregon Street :
$20.00 pongee dresses, something
very nobby, classy 1 Ag
garments, on sale for
fj X J J
$18.50 high class pongee silk dresses,
good styles, on sale
$15.00 silk dresses, come in stripes
and checks, very neat d "S "j Qg
on sale for q) A JL o0
$S.50 white and colored lingerie
dresses, strictly first &CI QC
class: on sale for sJOwitO
$6.50 white and colored lingerie
dresses, xery attractive rt A QP
dresses for JrTo&?Q
1 special lot of white lingerie dresses,
lace trimmed, very nice little dresses;
cheap at $5.00; on sale Q
Wash skirts, $1-00, $1.25. rf Q C i"
$1.50, $2.00, $3.00 and . 43oOU
(Continued From Yesterday.)
a note for money I never had. soigned
with me name:"
He thrust the paper under Patsy's
nose. She took it and stared at it
blankly, finding nothing to say.
"Well, girl, haven't ye a tongue in
fir head?" her father almost shouted
and almost dancing with rage. "Who
soigned 4P. O'Brien' to that paper?
Who dared to use my name?"
It was clear that, though the yellow
dog streak in Crawford had impelled
him to try to make trouble with the
note, he had been careful to avoid a
violent scene with O'Brien by recount-
Misses Bonillas, Titcomb and Ethel TJo
herty served punch. Bridge whist was
the diversion of the evening and dainty
refreshments concluded the evening's
The women of the St. Andrew s guild
will serve dinner beginning at noon
next Friday and continuing during the
afternoon at the Lyric theater, the pro
ceeds of which will go to the rectory
rEOri,E COMIXG AND
Alpine, Tex.. April 13 H. W. Fletcher
has returr-ed from El Paso, where he
has been visiting W. W. Turney for
Gus Jones and Syl Adams, of Mara
thon, were visitors in Alpine-
H. T. Luthy and wife have returned
from a visit to Del Rio and Langtry.
MIIss Hattie Hatch of Marathon .was
visiting relatives in Alpine for a few
W. J. Mclntyre, of Austin, was in Al
pine recently. Mr. Mclntyre has sold
his ranch interests In this county, but
still possesses a great deal of business
property In Alpine.
SIERRA BLAXCA PERSOYALS.
Sierra Blanca, Texas, April 13. Mrs.
D. A. Dodds,- of the Dodds & Co. real
estate firm here, is now away on a bus
iness trip to St. Louis and Kansas City.
Boyd Trawick, son of Mrs. Winifred
Trawick, Is ill.
A. V. Oden is in El Paso.
R. E. Counts has returned from Mer
kel, where he' has been on an extended
For Lame Back
Weak Kidneys, Backache, Rheumatism or Lumbago it ia
j absolutely essential, in order
u.ia.L juu uiac x Ai-uciuic pi.cpcufciu.uu uia.i auns uirecuy on xiiq
Kidneys. Many persons trust to luck for a cure. No remedy J
will be found more satisfactory than -
Delays are dangerous. There is no more com
mon complaint than Kidney complaint Nature
always gives due warning and failure to heed
same may result in Diabetes, Lumbago, Brighfs
Disease, or some other serious affection of the
Kidneys. Pineules are readily and naturally ab
sorbed and assimilated by the stomach, driving
out the poison due to disordered conditions of
the Kidneys or Bladder. They purify the blood
and invigorate the entire system. The first dose
mfrJtl v M
, will convince you
daim for them. Get a bottle
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BTovelized From Forbea'a
Play of tie Sam
John W. Harding
Ing the events of the evening. Mallory
plucked ud courage.
"What's the matter -with you. pop:"
he said. "Ifs her own. name. It's sign
ed 4P. O'Brien. Why shouldn't she
sign it? Why shonldn't she get money
from Crawford? It's owin' to me, an
what's mine's hers. Crawford an' me's
had a run in. I've quit him, an he's
sore, that's all."
Patsy shot a glance of gratitude to
O'Brien was nonplused.
"What -would she be doin with that
amount av money?" he inquired.
4iThat would be tellin" laughed Mal
lory. "That's our own Httle secret."
Mrs. O'Brien camo to his aid.
"Moind yir own business. Patrick."
she ordered, with her old time domi
neering manner. "It's the excoitable
man ye are careerin' all over town an
us waitin' supper for ye. Run out an
rush the growler If It ain't too late?'
"Excuse me, Patsy. 'Twas all a. mis
take, I see," he said, preparing to do as
he was bidden.
"Forget it. pop," she replied, imprint
ing a kiss on his lips.
O'Brien, all cheerfulness, went out.
"God love ye for the good girl ye
are," said her mother fondly, "an may
he forgive me, for I need it."
"S-sh!" chided Patsy as. she put her
arms around the old woman's nck.
"Do I come in on this now?" demand
ed Mallory wistfully.
For answer Patsy put out an arm
and included him in her embrace.
"This evenin' settles " it," he said
w;hen he also had received the long,,
sweet impress of the seal of pardon
and her mother had abandoned ner'to
his caresses. "Well take no more
chances, dear. We have waited on- the
future too long. You'll come home with
"Yes. Dan." " sighed Patsy happily,
resting her head on his shoulder, "An
we'll settle down like a couple of Reu
bens us n;;-' tho cows."
CTo Be Oosrlnued.)
to obtain satisfactory results,
that Pineules will do all we
TO - DAY.
ana 00 cent. The dollar siz coatalaa
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