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News Of the Great Southwest
News Of the Great Southwest 15
May 11, 1910.
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Superintendent Says It Was
Never Better on This
Dalhart. Texas, May 11. Superin
tendent H. L. Reed, of the Rock Island,
declares that for the past four -weeks
the business has been greater over the
El Paso division than for any previous
period since the completion of the
R. L. McMillan, private secretary to
"W. B. Slaughter, president of the First
National bank, left for Pueblo, Colo., to
transact some cattle business.
The old school bord with the ex
ception of one was elected. The board
as It now stands is as follows: TV. J.
Clarke, president; A. S. Kendrick, sec
retary; T. W. Turner, H. C. Floyd, T.
"W. "Wiggins, J. TV. Mormon, J. L. Fin
als. The board -will meet Saturday to
swear in the new member, J. L. Finnis,
and elect three additional teachers to
fill the required number for the en
Mrs. Ella Ahlquist and little daugh- J
ter are here after a residence in Spo
kane, Wash., for the past few years.
George Ahlquist was at one time con
nected with the superintendent's of
fice here and now has a position in the
superintendent's office of the N. P.
Ry- Co., at the former place. Mrs. Ahl
quist -was formerly Miss Ella Peal and
she will be with her Dalhart friends
ASK YOUR GROCER
Arctic or Matador
Brand Laxd Compound, the Pure
El Paso Refining Co.,
El Paso, Texas.
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K AILEEN BERG
IB Ho. 1 Little Plaza
mam LADIES' WEAR
HE HAIR GOODS
flflgL Wholesale import''
S2 er and manufac-
EE turer; all shades;
apflflB lowest prices.
you ant-bw poor.
Tools in our Cy
only the: best J1tl
"5VE CAN'T BE OX THE LEVEL, AND SELL POOR TOOLS.
BE OZV THE LEVEL WITH YOURSELF. YOU CAXT AFFORD TO BUY
OUR POLICY HAS ALWAYS BEEX THE BEST IS, CHEAPEST IX THE
WE WAXT YOUR BUSIXESS. WE WANT YOUR CONFIDENCE AND
WE WAXT YOUR GOOD WILL. COME TO SEE US.
THE SQUARE DEAL IS OUR KIXD OF A DEAL.
Say, Daddy, why are Cast Alumi
num Plates better than rubber?
Because, Portunatus, they fit per
fectly, do not hurt the soft tissues,
easilv kept clean, are light and 'when
can taste with them, ancTNjI
I DON'T WORK FOR NEGROES
for the season, visiting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. AugustusPeal . .
S. T. Madden, a lawyer from New
York, was here the past few days in
the interest of Charles M Meeker, of
A section man was run down in the
yards of the Rock Island by a switch
engine and his foot crushed. He was
removed to the office of Dr. C. P. Bro
kaw, where the injury was attended
to. The injured man was TVeneslao
Armbulo, a Mexican.
Chief of police John Harton met with
a peculiar accident yesterday that may
prove serious. In attempting to sepa
rate two fighting dogs on the street
the officer used his gun and In making
a pass at the larger one he missed his
mark and the force of the impact fell
upon his left leg. below the knee, cut
ting a hole to the bone. Infiamatlon
has set in and Dr. Dawson is having
all he can do to prevent blood pois
oning. CORNERSTONE X.AID FOR NEW
NOGALES CATHOLIC CHURCH.
School Board Reelects School Faculty
Oscar C. Gebler, Son of Old Resi
dent, Dies Notts Notes.
Nogales, Ariz.. May 11. Mass was
celebrated by the right Rev. Henry
Granjon, bishop of Tucson, who gave
the first holy communion to a class of
20 children, then preached the dedica
tion sermon Father Meurer, of Bis-
j bee, said high mass. A male choir
sang the liturgical parts of a Gregor- j
Ian mass. Bishop Granjon blessed the
laying of the cornerstone of the Sis
ters new academy, north of the Cath
olic church, followed by the regular
The Nogales board of education re
elected the faculty, for tho ensuing
school year as follows: G. H. Madden,
principal: Mrs. J. T. Matthews. Mrs.
Reddockwood, L. O. Dodge. Misses Mar
garet Hughes. Ethel Dohertf. Edith Ma
son and Ethel Harrison.
Miss Ethel Harrison was elected as
census marshal for district No. 1.
Father M. Meurer, of Bisbee, has re
turned to his home after a visit to
Col. Kosterlitsky, of the Mexican
Dressing Your Hair
For the Evening
(From Style and Fashion Magazine).
"Frequently, after the day's work 01
pleasure, there is vlittle time to dress
the hair for the evening. For occasions
like this, it is well to be prepared with
the ever-ready and convenient dry
"A most excellent shampoo is made
"by mixing four ounces of therox with
four ounces of orris root- Keep some
of this in an old talcum box with sifter
top, so that you can sprinkle it thinly
and evenly through the hair. Brush
the hair thoroughly and a clean scalp
and beautiful lustrous hair can be
achieved in less than twenty minutes.
"Nothing is so good as this mixture
to quickly remove the day's dust. It
should be remembered, too, that much
water is not good for the hair and fre
quent washing takes out the life and
rurales, is in Nogale's from Magdalena,
Paul S. Sprecher has returned to No
gales from Los Angeles, and assumed
his former position as customs inspec
J- -. -uix has returned from Her-
moslllo, Guaymus, and other points in
Attorney J. T. Matthews attended
the celebration at Tucson.
L. Ephriam, president of the Nogales
TVater company, has returned from L03
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Perkins have re
turned from Holbrook, Ariz., where Mr.
Perkins was engaged in extensive sur- '
E. K. Cumming is in Guaymas for a ;
business visit of several days.
O. O. Saxbang has returned from
i3A. Mason and
TVm. Kemp are
here fr&m Tucson.
Mrs. ENIv. Cummin
is visiting in
Oscar C. Gebler, son of Theo. Geb
ler, a pioneer resident, died of paraly
sis after a short illness. Funeral ser
vices -were conducted by Rev. Clay P.
Morgan, of the American Methodist
church, and the remains were interred
in the city cemetery. Mr. Gebler was
43 years of age.
TVATER .VXD ICE SYSTEMS
PLAXA'ED FOR FORT SF3INER.
Ln.s Ycsjas Capitalist Holds Decision
Pendinjt Incorporation of Town.
Clovls Men TVonld BuiM Hall.
Fort Sumner. N. M., 'May 11. A
Strauss, of Las Vegas, at one time
engaged in business here, has had a
survey made for a pipe line from his
springs with the intention to pipe water
for the city. He may build an ice
plant, but the matter is held up wait
ing the incorporation of the town. E.
R. Russel, of Las Vegas, has moved
here, and will be 'in charge of the
Strauss ice plant and water system.
Clovis investors have proposed the
erection here of a large hall. The or
ganization of a company of the guard
makes a "hall a necessity.
Lambing results as high as 95 percent
.ALPINE CONTESTANT ILL;
NEWS NOTES FROM ALPINE.
Alpine. Texas, May 11. Mrs. H. TV.
Townsend, The Herald contestant at
this place, is still very ill with ery
sipelas. Her friends sent in several
thousand votes for her Monday and
Tuesdaj- wired a few thousand in. She
got a set of silverware.
Ocar Nance was up from his ranch
near Marathon Tuesday and he states
that they have had no rain in his sec
tion of the'eountry and that everything
is very dry.
Mrs. V. M. Bass, assisted by her pu
pils, gave a musical recital Monday
G. TV. Blackburn, sr.. and his family
left Tuesday night for California to
make their future home.
Joe Nance and his family parsed
through here Tuesday going east with
a large bunch of horses. He has not
decided where he will stop.
Mrs. T. C. evingston. assisted by her
pupils, announces that thev will e-ive.
a musical recital on the 27th.
George TV. Baines. cashier of the
First National bank, is in El Paso to
attend the convention.
Mrs. Charles Pruett has returned
nuin aweetwater. where she was called
w.i iuuuul ui ice inness or her mother.
County commissioners T. -D. McKin
ney and judge Crawford are in town
from the lower part of the county, at
tending commissioners court.
Mrs. R. B. Trent has returned from
a visit to relatives in Del Rio
j- .uarun of Smilev. Tex.
spending a few days in AlnW
Robert Franks arrived in
ana is working on the
Dave Patten, of Sierra Blanca, has
,ke" a Position in the store of Mitch
ell. TVorth & Co.
Thomas Dean, of the Dean Manufac
turing company, is in Valentine this
ti,?"-?"1 travelin salesman for
the Trinity River Lumber company, of
Houston, is visiting his familv in Al
pine. 3IOXTEREV CATTLE1IEX SKIP
L. E. Lumley and Verner Wilson have
gone to Kansas City with four carloads
Mack Parker of Tucumcari, is visiting-
with 3Ir. and Ivlrs. W. ileeks.
Farmers have commenced to cut first
crop of alfalfa.
Benton Simms, of Mescalero, has gone
Oscar Long-, of Bent, is here for a
visit with his wife.
Mr. Abbott and family are moving
out of the Cooper Lynn hotel to the
wiison nome, where they wili conduct!
a notei. Airs. John Wharton will take
the Cooper Lynn hotel again. '
Mrs. Cooper Lynn will leave tomorrow
forher home at Harlen, Montana.
Miss Mable Hall and Minnie Bourne
have gone to Riodoso, N. M., to visit
with Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Hall.
catti,e:we- IIUY AZVS SHIP
STOCK AT VAUGIIX XEWS XOTES.
Vaughn, X. M., May 11. J. p. Wil
liams has shipped six carloads of cattle
east from his ranch. J. V. Williams,
J. H. Aldridge, C. P. Arthur, stockmen
from Hereford, Texas, have bought a
Easily . and happily
settles the breakfast
question. It is a crisp,
dainty food, ready to
serve from the pkg. with
cream always- welcom-
I ed by old and young.
Post Toasties can also
be used to make many
good things better.
The 'little book
"Tid-Bits made with
Toasties" found in
pkgs. tells how.
"The Memory Lingers
Pkgs. 10c and 1,1c.
Postum Cereal Co., Ltd.,
Battle Creek, Mich.
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We offer many
Big; Sale. Remember the hour specials
Yauata corded silk, Q
worbh 75c OtJn
90-inch all pure linen, worth 03
$1.25 per yard, Thursday 73 C
44-inch linen, beautiful A Q
quality, worth 75c; Thursday TtOC
P6-inch linen, -worth c Q
40-; Thursday iJ ,
LINEN FLAXON 32 inches wide,
figures, cheeks and stripes, f Q
worth 35c : Thursday IOC
Received big lot White Madras in
many designs; good values for 35c;
Thursday O Q
Dainty checks and stripes. 7
worth 25c: Thursday JL C
I PS :
1 MB rrsivri-- jvs. ai
I Silks and W
For 1 Hour, 9 to 10 A. M.
We will give to each customer 10 yards of the well known
number of carloads from the Williams
and Woolingham ranches near Vaughn.
Martin F. Adams died of bright's
Wm. Joiner sustained injuries in ac
cidentally falling down the steps of
Isaac Otis, of Springfield, Mo., has
filed on a claim a mile and a half south
W. H. Angell is in Artesia.
HORSES AND C VTTLE BROUGHT
TO ALTO GENERAL NOTES.
Alto, N. M., May 11. Matt Gilmere,
accompanied by his little nephew, Moss
Gilmore and Fred Tully, are here from
the San Andres, with a bunch of horses.
John Craven is here from Tularosa,
looking after his cattle.
J. H. Charllss is in Alto making ar
rangements to have the remainder of
his cattle shipped.
Forest Rangers, Rogers and Bryant
are here surveying.
Mrs. Perry Humphreys, of Little
Creek, is visiting her sister-in-law,
Mrs. George Hagee.
DEL RIO TO HAVE A
COUNTY FAIR THIS FALL.
Del Rio, Tex.. May 11. Del Rio is
to have a county fair. The Del Rio
Fair association is now in process of
formation and will soon be incor
porated. C. O. Fokes will be . the president
and Oscar Callan, editor of the Val
Verde County Herald, will he the sec
retary. Racing and other amusements
and sports will he programed and
prizes given to exhibitors of various
stock products and handiwork.
CHIHUAHUA VXK COLLECTOR
ARRESTED, PLACED TN JAIL.
Chihuahua, Mex., May 11. A young
Mexican, Vicente Caballero, well known
in this city, is in the state penitentiarj'
on a charge of having tatcn SOOO pesos
of the funds of the local savings bank,
Caja de Ahorros de la Republica Mexi
cana, which has its place of business
with the Banco Comercial Refacionario
in the Palace hotel block here. The
young man was the bank's collector,
and it is charged that he falsified his
ARRESTED AT CHIHUAHUA.
Chiiiuahua. Mex., May 11. Crispiu
Luna and Francisco Morales, charged
with making counterfeit pesos, have
been arrested here. A counterfeiter's
den was found in an arroya above
Colonia Dale, a suburb of Chihuahua.
Four of the coins, apparatus and ma
terials were found 'there.
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SHOES I .i ottww FRrcE SHOES t I
H MEN'S OXFORDS AND LACE fjSPwy? 1fJQ & J dfec- jrfr, A great value in Ladie5' Oxfords i
rare bargains for Thursday shoppers. Don't fail to visit tne
FOR THURSDAY ONLY
Just received a big shipment of La
dies' Waists, 100 dozen, in lawn and
lingerie and linen, handsomely trim
med with lace and embroidery, with
short and long sleeves.
LADIES' TAILORED SUITS made of
panania and fancy shepard plaids and
serge; made in the latest styles
$28.50 values; (
DRESS SKIRTS Panama, eecilian
and cashmere, trimmed with tunic ef
fects and buctons, all colors; -8.50
day 1 lot rvrai5 mnrl-m-;- 2fli?
value? Thursday -- JL X 'U
DOTTED1 SWISS in large and small
dots, extra good values; Q
DOTTED SWISS in colors with
stripes, checks and dots, beautiful
patterns worth 25c; 1 17
Thursday 1 C
DIMITIES AND CROSSBAR LAWNS
for waists and dresses in cheeks and
stripes, worth 15c; Q
INDIA LINEN AND LAWN A
special for Thursday, our 10c
value for "v
OPPOSITION TO GOVERNMENT
PAPER FOR CHIHUAHUA, MEN.
Chihuahua, Mex., May 11. "El Grito
del Pueblo" is the name of a new poli
tical newspaper here. It is published
by the antl-reelectionista club "Benito
Juarez," of this city. It supports Fran
cisco Madera for the presidency of Mex
ico against Gen. Diaz, and Dr. Fran
cisco Gomez for the vice presidency
against Ramon Corral.
THE SAVING TO TAXPAYERS
UNDER MUNICIPAL OWNERSHIP
"The difference between the neces
Kary jjross return under private- owner
ship and the necessary Rro,s retnrn un
der public ovraerjbip is $4S,-1GI$ per an
num. This amount represents the div
idend or increment available for the
consumers of water, should the public
decide to accept the responsibility of
ovruinpr (and operatlnsr the waterworks
system." From the report of tne Rob
ert W. Hunt Co., experts in municipal
waterworks. This $T0,000 added o the
?20,000 now paid by the city for Vater
for public purposes makes a fuid of
$70,000 per year that would Income
i available for payint? for the plnnt and
mckinp; the necessary improvements- and
extensions. Municipal ownership is jood
oenttc and Rood business under the tir
cumstsnees confronting: us.
PLAN FOR SEPTEMBER
FAIR AT FARMINGTOA
Farmington, N. M., May 11. Prepara
tioii are being madp for the Farming-
Will You Do This?
Make this comparison:
Take your favorite desert recipe rs
quiring the use of VaniHa. Use
instead of the ordinary kind you have
grown accustomed to ujing through habit.
Then notice the wonderful difference
in Hie flavor of your deert when it is
.ZmLne Mat ike ihis will con-
xrmmm or the remarkable suoenontv.
i strength and delicate flavor of
Lionet on getting tf
1K m i
and be on the floor.
TUB DRESSES Just received hand
some lot by express in the latest
styles and makes, worth tf
$5.50; Thursday special.
SILK DRESSES in taffeta, foulards,
messaline and pongee; all well made
in latest styles: Russian blouse and
tunic effects- See windows.
$22.50 values; rf
$25.00 values; d "3 vy TS
SILK KIMONOS TVe are opening up
a beautiful line, made in empire ef
fects, many different designs and
patterns; $S.50 vadues; ?f QO
Thursday .t pfK0
CHIFFON VEILS Extra large, hem
stitched; $1.75 values; in all OQ
colors ; Thursday tOC
MILLINERY Just received a large
shipment of ladies' sailor hats in all
colors; regular price
$2.75; Special Thursday
All tliis week, the latest styles in
pat-tern hats, beautifully
trimmed $15.00 hats for.
on or Bargains
For Thursday Only
Laces and embroideries Thursday
1 lot handsome patterns in wide
edges and insertions to match. Qj
15c and 17 l-2c values oC
1 lot lace and filet bands, well worth
15c and 18c ; Thursday
RIBBONS Just received a big ship
ment of ribbons, worth. 15c -
yard, in all colors; special aC
Handsome line Dutch collars. See
window display. Everything in this
3 O'clock Until 4 O'clock P. M. Special
We will give to each customer 10
worth 7 l-2c per yard, for
10 yards to a customer. Remember this is only 1 hour. fronrs3 until 4
MANY BARGAINS ALL OVER THE HOUSE
ton fair in September. It will be the
thirty-first annual display of San Juan
Rev. Abe Mulkey is billed for a re
vival meeting in Farmington from Mav
13 to 23.
Constructirn on Allen's new brick ho
tel is well under way. '
Solomonsville, Ariz., May 11. Mrs. J.
H. Lacy and son have returned from
a visit with Dr. Lacy in Globe, Ariz.
Mrs. Jennie Solomon of the whole
sale firm of Solomon & Wickersham,
at Safford, Ariz., is Visiting the family
of her brotherinlaw, I. E. Solomon.
Hay cutting is in progress.
THERE'S PLENTY OF GOOD
WATER ON THE MESA
'Based on our examination and the
evidence submitted, It is our opinion
that the quantity of the ground water
in the Lanoria mesa Is sufficient to more
ihan supply all the future needs of the
city of El Paso.'' From the report of
the Robert W. Hunt Co.. experts In mu
If you ape not satisfiec after using
according to directions two-thirds of a
bottle of Chamberlain's Stomach and '
Liver Tablets, you can have your mon
ey hack. The tablets cleanse and in
vigorate the stomach, improve the di-
regulate the bowels. Give them
d get well. Sold by all dealers.
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sv fToniaDie iisi
While it is well to consider the profit accruing from an
investment vet it is wiser to first consider the source of
Certificate of Deposit issued by the American National
Baftk arfords yoti Security for your 'funds, as well as a fair
rettS. in interest.
4 Pkr Cent Interest Paid on Certificates of Deposit
Capital and Surplus S240,000.0l .
1 NOW BEING INCREASED TO $360,000
atcH tins ad tomorrow
RED LETTER VALUES
NAINSOOK UNDERWEAR Athletic
shirts and knee drawers; the best
yet; 50c values; Thursday QQ
MEN'S NIGHT SHIRTS A splendid
value for 75c; Thurs- A O
Our $1.00 night shirts; 7Q
MEN'S POROSKNIT UNDERWEAR
in white and cream ; 0?7
yards of the best calicoes,
DRINK MILK DRINK
PLENTY Of IT BRINK
EL PASO PURE-MILK
There is more food value in one quart
of El Paso Pure Milk than there, is In,
one pound of the choicest porterhouse
steak. El Paso Pure Milk is pure milk.
It comes from inspected, contented cows,
and is treated by the most scientifio
methods. Delivered to you in sterilized
EI Paso Dairy Co.,
Phones: Bell 34: Auto ilSfc
Office 313 N. rrau