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Friday
WONDERFUL WATCH
OF DALHART MAN
HIRSH WICKWIRE CLOTHES,
HAMBURGER BROS. CLOTHES
SOPHOMORE CLOTHES
QUAKER CITY SHIRTS
GOTHAM UNDERWEAR
STETSON AND MILLER HATS
Invention Is a Fire Alarm i
and Wireless Tele
Phone, Too.
Dalhart, Tex., June 3. J. G. Otis, lo
cal agent for the Denver road, has
patented a simple device, which looks
much like a watch, and which is so
constructed that it is at all times in
touch with the master watch at the sta
tion. When an alarm is tuni"d on at
the station, as many as 100 connections
can be made no matter where the per
son carrying the device is located, if
within a mile, a little bell rings in the
instrument. Upon placing it to one's
mouth a conversation may be carried
on, it is claimed.
13 A QH TTP.R A T XI Je 3, 1910.
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5 EVERYTHING KraKroTi
fY ilvUUUU ISpsT JS$ && M r-r-r-r- f
Jane is the .nowdar month. There is
J .more buildimr. lnore travel, more weddings, more new clothes than in any
other thirty days of the year.
This store is prepared to give every man just
vdiat lie wants and just when he wants it in the line
of clothes. For that wedding and the journey after
wards here are the correct clothes and all the right
details. Suits for the ceremony, for traveling, for
morning, afternoon and evening.
-For the man who believes in making himself com
fortable a splen'did showing of new and handsome
tropical weight two piece suits in serges, worsteds,
wool crash, home spuns and genuine Cravenetted
Mohair light as a feather and cool as a cucumber.
For that trip, visit our traveling bag and suit case
department. A fine showing of all the new things
are here at the right prices. We are satisfied with a
smaller profit than most stores.
Stocks and Tub Four-in-Hands are the newest in
Summer Neckwear
P. S. Just received a shipment of Fancy Worsted
Suits highlv tailored and the verv newest models as a
SPECIAL FOB SATUBDAY AND MOWDAY
will offer them at
SEE WINDOW
SOL
Finest of Clothing
206 San Antonio St.
FOB A TWOSTOBY
EOABDING- HOUSE
Marcus Samuels Gets Per
mit Two Others Start
Off Month of June.
Three building1 permits started the
building' hall rolling for the month of
June, one of these being for the con
struction of a two story brick and stone
residence and rooming' house which
Xarkus Samuels will erect on the cor
ner of North Kansas and Rio Grande
streets at a cost of $7000.
Deeds Filed.
Boulevard between Noble and Brown
streets, Franklin Heights J. B. Green
and wife to Jackson A. Coggin, lot 22
end west one-half lot 3, 'clock 63.
Franklin Heights addition; considera
tion $4750. June 2, 1910.
Central avenue noar Piedras street,
Bassett addition Geo. R. LeBaron,
trustee to the Texas Co., lots 52 to 56
inclusive, block A, Bassett addition;
consideration 720. May 10, 1910.
Building Permits.
To Markus Samue.s, to erect a two
story brick and stone residence and
rooming house at corner of Kansas and
Rio Grande streets. Estimated cost
$7000.
To A. C. James, to build porch at rear
or residence on Texas street, between
Campbell and Florence streets. Esti
mated cost $100.
To O. O. Smith, to build a brick and
iron shop at 313 South Kansas street.
Estimated cost $150. ,
To Norwood Hall to build a garage in
rear of residence on lot 1, block 29,
ilundy Heights addition. Estimated
cost $150.
Licenced to Wed.
Robert B. Rieli and Helen Ziramer.
Elas a high food value. A food that children will like
md grow vigorous upon. Compounded from Wheat,
3ats, Rice and Barley.
Ask Your Grocer.
acation Days
Take a Kodak with you.
Brownie Cameras, $1 to
Kodaks, $5 to $50.
FRED J. FELDMAN COMPANY
more doin, more business enterprises,
A
DISPLAY
Beady to Wear
El Paso, Texas
3IOORE COMPANY, BISBEE,
MAKES AX ASSIGNMENT
P. H. Fitzpatrick Appointed Assignee;
Man Beeoniins: Frightened, Injured
Self; City's New Officers
Assume Duties.
Bisbee, Ariz., June 3. The Moore Fuel
& Feed company has made an assign
ment for the benefit of creditors. The.
assets are said to exceed the liabilities.
A Hen of $10,000 was placed on the
company's property, p. H. Fitzgerald
was appointed assignee. .
In crossing the railroad track near
Lowell, Frank Quinlin became fright
ened at the sight of two men advancing
toward him. Thinking that they were
thieves, Quinlin began to run, but
stumbled and fell, injuring his head and
right leg. He was taken home by the
supposed thieves, who proved to be
two peaceful miners.
About 50 persons have left Bisbee for
Europe during last month. Many trav
elers were English people going'to their
country on a visit.
F. R. Heber, a miner, has left for Dal
las, Texas, where he will be married
to Miss Genevieve Walton.
The Navajo-Apache party, which was
to be given under the auspices of the
Y. M. C. A., has been postponed until
June 10.
Mrs. TV. J. Gordon and family have
moved to New York, where they will
locate permanently.
At the new councilors' meeting, E. J.
Flanigan was chosen as city attorney
and H TT. Jorgenson as city engineer.
At popular request, extra Spanish and
assaying classes have been formed at
the Y. M. C. A,
City marshal C. "Watkins and officers
3L. Wright and Roy Trotter went on
duty yesterday.
Joe McKeenan has assumed his duties
as city clerk. He was given by his pre
decessor George S. Gage, about $21,000
belonging to the city, which is deposited
in various banks.
The Servian club has moved to its
new headquarters in O. K. street.
130
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$9.
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DALHART,EWER SYSTEM
SOOX IX WORKIXG ORDER
Connections Xovr Being 3rade: Cuba Ex
hibit Car Vifiits Cit ; I.arge Stock
Shipments Handled; General News.
Dalhart, Tex., June 3. Dalhart now
has one of the best sewerage systems in
Texas and the work of connecting up
residences and business houses has been
started.
"Cuba on Wheels," a Pullman car,
carrying an exhibit of the bureau of
immigration and agriculture of Cuba, is
in Dalhart. The car goes to Clayton
from Dalhart and stops will" also be
made at all the larger cities en route tov
Denver, Colo., where a rest will be
taken during the warm season. The
car has been on the road for the past
seven years. It has traveled in 29 states.
R. L. McMillin has been appointed
manager of the Dalhart creamery. The
stockholders have decided to make ad
ditional improvements to handle the
rapidly increasing trade.
There will be eight marriages in Dal
hart in June.
Slavens & Peck, stock shippers of
rhe Rock Island road, handled 300 cars
of cattle at their yards here this week.
The stock was shipped to Colorado
feeding points.
The Eastern Star lodge held open in
stalation of the newly elected members
at their hall and later gaye a banquet
at the Commercial hotel. Over 70 guests
were entertained.
Judge W. B. Slaughter, president of
the First National bank of Dalhart. has
returned after more than a year's ab
sence, traveling and looking over his
outside business interests. He has re
sumed active control of the bank, re
lieving vice president O. C. Haynes, who
has been in charge.
C. S. Morris, the original owner and
builder of the Dalhart telephone sys
tem, -has retired from the company and
is succeeded by Spain & Hazelton, who
will remodel and improve the plant.
VAX HORX 3AXKER BUYS
LARGE RAXCn AXD CATTLE
Cattleman Are Stocking Other Ranches;
Houses Under Construction; Tryout
For Campbell Farming System.
Van Horn, Tex., June 3. TV. D. Gar
ren, president of Van Horn State bank,
has bought the Howell & Herrin ranch
20 miles southeast of town.
ilrs. Leavell has sold her stock cattle
to TV. D. Garren.
S. S. Cummins has leased the Jack
Brown ranch, now owned by Smith
Bros., and is stocking it up with the
cattle he has purchased.
Thos. H. Yarbro has received his first
carload of lumber, for his ranch home
at Dalberg.
John Coffelt and Will Brownfield,
who i-ave ranches in Crow Flat, near
the New Mexico line, report the range
is getting dry.
A carload of automobiles was received
here by C. A- Stewart, of i.l Paso.
Jeff Rackley has returned to his
home in Carlsbad, N. M., after visiting
here and at Marfa.
Airs. B. F. Wills and daughters.
Misses Gladys and Vera, who have been
attending school at .Big springs, .are
here to spend the summer on the rancn.
Miss Pansy Durrill has been visiting
Miss Velma Garren.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Y. Canon have re
turned from El Paso.
' James A. Espy has planted an assort
ment of forage crops on his Lobo
ranch. He is trying the Campbell sys
tem of farming on about 20 acres this
year.
Al McCarty lias gone to Austin, where
he has a land case pending.
TILE MAKIXG MACHINERY
FOR SUBIRRIGATIOX' WORK
Arrives at Valentine; School Prlncipnl
Elected: Automobile Crashes Over
Bank Is Destroyed.
Valentine, Tex., JUue 3. The tile
making machine for the Valentine De
velopment company arrived Wednesday.
The work of installing the subirriga
tion system is being rushed In order
to get it in time for the year's crops.
Professor Hermon Wofford, of Ma
son, Tex., will be the principal of the
Valentine public school the coming
year. He is a graduate of Illinois Sta'e
college and San Marcos State normal,
and for the past year he has been
principal of Mason high school. School
here will open September 5. Miss Maude
Wood will have charge of the Mexican
school.
While C. O. Finley was returning to
his home .near Valentine from Marfa,
where he went to have his automobile
overhauled, the machine became un
manageable and ran off of a graded
embankment, almost entirely demolish
ing the auto. The occupants of the
car beside Mr. Finley and the machin
ist, were Mrs. Claude Smith and little
daughter, Edith, who live on a ranch
roar Marfa. Xo one was seriously in
1uj ed.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Chambers, of the
Jacksori and Harmon ranch, are the
guests of Mrs. Lou Foley.
Miss Daisy Briggs, a trained nurse
from Hotel Dieu, El Paso, is hre to
care for Will Evans, who has an at
tack of typhoid fever.
Mr. and Mrs. Jade "Howard and little
daughter have gone to San Antonio for
a vfsit t. ith Mr. Howard's relatives.
Mrs. Huling Means and Minnie Jones
of the Y6 ranch, and Grace Evans are
visiting at the home of Mrs. R. B.
Jones.
Mr. J. M. McReynolds and Miss An
nie Gorman have returned from a visit
to the ranch home of Miss Miriam
Mooro.
All the section foremen on the G. H.
railroad are on a strike.
Tom Truman has moved his cattle
from Alpine to Holland's "Ho" ranch.
DR.
GRAVES, VATSXTIXE, TO
WED MISS JEXIvIXS, OF WACO
Valentine, Tex., June 3. The ap
p -aching marriage of Dr. George Ber
ry G vi5, of Valentine and Miss Sarah
Jenkins, Waco, was announced in
Waco at a "ijier at the home of
Mrs. Pearl Lovelacer. The bride elect Is
the daughter of judge-and Mrs. TV. H.
Jenkins and a sister of Mrs..George TV.
Truitt, of Dallas. Dr. and I rs. Truitt
are well known in this country, and It
was while attending the annual camp
meeting with them .that Miss Jenkins
me? Dr. Graves. Dr. Graves, "who is a
Virginia, ha? . been in Valentine for
two years. The wedding wilj be sol
emnized at the First Baptist church
of Waco on Thursday evening, June 1C.
VEGETABLES
SNOWBALL CAULIFLOWER
CALIFORNIA JERSEY SWEET
POTATOES
FANCY EGG PLANT
TOMATOES, CUCUMBERS,
BELL PEPPERS
GREEN CHILI
RED CABBAGE
OKRA
SUMMER SQUASH
GREEN BEANS
GOLDEN WAX BEANo
GREEN PEAS
HORSE RADISH ROOT
LEEKS
MINT
PARSLEY
LOS RIOS LETTUCE
GOLDEN HEART CELERY
RHUBARB . .
NEW POTATOES
CARROTS
TURNIPS
BEETS
FRUITS
AGUACATIS, BANANAS,
WELL CURED LEMONS
NAVEL ORANGES
GRAPE FRUIT (Seedless)
CHERRIES, APRICOTS,
BLACKBERRIES
LOGAN BERRIES
STRAWBERRIES
WINE SAP APPLES
PME APPLES
GOOSEBERRIES
RASPBERRIES, PEACHES,
LIMES, CANTALOUPES.
MACHIXERTl ARRIVES FOR
BALMORHEA ALF VLFA MILL
Hanled From Pecos on Lnrjfe Traction
Trucks: Mill Building Almost Com
pleted; Music Recital at Pecos.
Pecos, Tex., June 3. The machinery
for the Balmorhea alfalfa mill is being
hauled from Toyah to Balmorhea, alis
tance of 22 miles, by the gasoline ud
truck outfit purchased by Frof. Wei
born for use between Pecos and his
large ranch south of here. One piece of
this machinery weighed 15,000 pounds.
Two trucks, loaded with 15,000 pounds
each, were attached to the traction en
gine, which maintained an average
speed of 2 miles per hour through the
trip.
The building for the mill is nearly
completed, and will be one of the best
in the southwest, being constructed en
tirely of stone and fireproof material.
The engine room is separated from the
mill building and connected by a 40
foot line' shaft.
A recital was given by the pupils of
Prof. Carl Beck, of Pecos, at the music
hn.li. before a larre audience.
The Commercial club band, also un
der the direction of Prof. Beck, piayea
several selections.
-VAUGHN" AND RO SWELL. MAY -""
HAVE TELEPHONE CONNECTION"
Vaughn, N. M., June 3. The Vaughn
Telephone company has had a proposi
tion made Uo connect Vaughn with
Roswell by long distance phone.
TVilllam Hill has bought lots and
will build a residence.
Invitations are out for the marriage
of Miss Mai Elliott and Samuel Mul
lin to take place at the residence of
TV". C. Ross, June G. Miss Elliott is
stenographer at the Lewis rock crusher,
Mr. Mullin is also an employe of the
mill.
L. "W. Holt has bought the furniture
oZ hotel Davis and leased the building.
MORENCI MAN DIES AT .
DEMING; NEW POTATOES IN
Deming, N. M., June 3. TT. E. Bryant,
who came here recently from Horenci,
is dead of apoplexy.
Seven Chinamen, who are now In the
Luna county jail, will be taken by
marshal Foraker to San Francisco the
latter part of this week, to be sent to
China.
Deming truck gardeners are now sup
plying the local market with new pota
toes. TV. H. Wallace is back from a three
months' stay in Arkansas.
Geo. W. McCan and family have gone
to the Mimbres Hot Springs for a
couple of weeks.
PRISOXER ESCAPES FROM
THE TRAIX XEAR CAPITAX
Carrizozo, X. M., June 3. Halario
Flores, a prisoner who was being taken
from the temporary jail here to the
county jail at Lincoln, escaped from
the Capitan train atj mile-post 12, and'
took to the mountains.
Flores had been sentenced to the
county jail at Lincoln for keeping a
disorderly house at Corona; he was also
under indictment by the grand jury oi
a charge of assault with deadly wea
pons. Three deputies were on the train
with Flores when he made his escape.
Sheriff Chas. Stephens accompanied
by three deputies, left for Santa Fe
with eight prisoners that had been sen
tenced to the territorial penitentiary.
ROBBER STEALS CLOTHIXG,
SHOES AXD TIES AT DEL RIO
" -Del Rio, Tex., June 3. The men's
furnishing store of J. F. White was the
first victim of burglary in Del Rio for
many months. The store was entered
from the rear door, the glass being
broken, and the iron bar on the inside
removed.
Several tailored suits were taken1
along wi' many ready-made suits.
Shoes in numbers were selected and
tried on in the store before leaving,
those not fitting being thrown about
the room. Some 40 ties were Carefully
selected, the robbers evidently having
good taste, for none but the more com
mon were left. The T)est hand bag in
the store was taken to carry the small
loot.
BOY BREAKS HIP AT
RUIDOSO: ALTO PERSONALS
Alto, N. M.t June 3. Dr. E. J. Cowart,
of Capitan, passed through Alto in tlr
Johnson automobile, en route to Ru:
doso, to attend the little son of Foi
Miller, who fell from a carriage a
broke his hip.
Charles Jone?, an old time residua u.
Come Here Saturday and Get the Best.
In purchasing your provisions, quality is the first thing to be considered,
and then the price. 'That is the Nations method of buying and selling. We
would rather miss a dozen sales on the price of an article than to have a com
plaint about the quality. Nations7 meats cost, at times, a fraction of a per
cent more than the ordinary kind, but we make up for it a hundred fold in
quality. Tomorrow we offer two extra specials which will give you an idea
of the Nations' meats and poultry.
Meat D
Prime Rib Roasts, from finest fed
special tomorro v, per lb
this place, but who now lives In Ros
well, is here, accompanied by two of
his grandchildren, en route to Tularosa
to meet his daughterinlaw, Mrs. Ben
Jones, who has been visiting relatives
in El Paso.
Brown Leghorn hens, best layers on
earth. Robinson's market. J. C. Pey
ton, successor.
HEARS ARGUMENTS FOR
REMOVING COUNTY COURT
Jufege M. C. Mechem, of the Socorro
district, in whose court the Elephant
Butte condemnation proceedings were
held, is in El Paso to hear the argu
ment of the attorneys in the injunction
suit to prevent -the county seat of Lin
coln countv. X. M.. from being removed
to Carrizqzo. The arguments were heard
by judge Aiecnem in cnamoers m a iu
cal law office.
Special lot live ano, stressed poultry.
Robinson's market- J. C Peyton, suc-
BET ON C03IET
COSTS SUPPERS
Bisbee, Ariz., June 3 A wager
between H. T. Orion and L. K.
Martin as to whether or not
Halley's comet , would be visible
after May 31, cost Mr. unon
?100, he being on the negative
side. The money, however, was
handed back to him minus the
v cost of a supper to a group
of jolly miners. The comet was
v seen Wednesday night.
WATER REPORT DELAYED.
In Anrll professor Harper of Austin
came to El Paso for the purpose of
1 making an analysis of the water sup-
ply in this city. He was to have re
ported in two weeks out up to the pres
ent time there has been no report from
him. In the meantime El Pasoans are
buying distilled water, or boiling it.
and are anxiously awaiting the report
which will show whether this is neces
sary or not.
Cottolene is the Original Pure.
There are many imitations of Cottolene but, like all imitations, they equal the original
'from which they are patterned only in claims.
Cottolene was the first pure substitute for unhealthy hog fat. It is still the best anti-lard
product in fact, the best and most healthful shortening you can buy today. Cottolene is a
high-grade product, made from cotton seed oil refined by our exclusive process. Other
products sold in place of Cottolene and claimed to be c 'just as good1 'are nothing more or less
than cheap compounds, which always sell at from lc to 2c a pound less than even hog lard.
Do not accept, a substitute for Cottolene, for when you pay less you get less; even if
Cottolene may cost you a few cents more than some other cooking
rat, wnat does it amount to wnen you consider tne aitterence in tne
two products from a health standpoint? Cottolene is the one and only
dependable pure food shortening it contains no hog fat, is always
uniform, and makes pure, palatable, digestible, healthful food.
COTTOLENE is Guaranteed Yur.g- is hcrel?y authorized to
VVI .vm-ix-i j vv.x cxjh.v, refund your money in case you are
not pleased, after having given Cottolene a fair teat.
rJver Qolrl m IRnllr Cottolene is packed in pails with an air-tight top to
levr ooiQ in quik. keep it clean fresh and wholesome 2nd prcvent ,-t
from catching dust and absorbing disagreeable odors, such as fish, oil, etc.
Made only by THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY
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epartment Specials
beef,
Home Dressed Hen3, all
Saturday special, per lb
Let us quote you prices on Fruits in case
lots for your preserving. All our Fruits are
received daily and we will please you in
quality and price.
Telephone
HOTEL
BROADWAY and 1 1 th ST.
HEW YORK CITY
WitKin eaay access of every point of in
terest. Half block from Wjuiamaker's.
Five minutes walk of Shopping District.
NOTED FOR: Excellence of cuisine.
comfortable. appointments, courteous
service and homelike surroundings.
Rooms $1.00 per May snd op
Wisn pr:iiege o? oauj
$1.50 per day and up
7ebl d'Hole Ereakfat - 5Co
WBi.TAYLOR & SON, Ino.
BUTCHER PAYS ?25 FI3V"E
OX TAINTED MEAT SCORE
San Antonio, Texas, June 3. For sell
ing tainted meat, butchers charged with
violating Texas's pure food laws by the
use of injurious preservatives volun
teered to pay $25 fine in court here to
day and the fines were assessed. The
prosecution was due to the cru3ade of
food commissioner Abbott. The case of
the milkmen charged with selling adul
terated milk has been continued. Two
additional complaints have been made.
AJOI SEVERED BY TRAIX.
MAX DIES AT SAX AXGELO
San Angelo, Texas, June 3. R. E.
Harper died here last night as a result
of injuries received Thursday when
falling from a fast moving train three
miles north of here on the Santa Fe ex
tension. Two cars passed over his body
severing his arm at the left shoulder.
The body is held here for ad.vices from
relatives.
POSSE XEAR SAX AXTOXIO
CLOSIXG IX OX MEXICAX
San Antonio, ' Texas, June S. The
posse pursuing the Mexican who shot
and killed George Schueler, a prominent
farmer of Bexar county Wednesday
night i& gradually closing In on him, lit
is believed. The pursuers and the
hunted man are within three miles of
each other at Elmendorf last night. A
Food Shorteninj
drawn and fancy; HA
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J B, Syffon Oompany
Embossing, Engraving, Printing
328 Texas St. Bell Phone 630
ASSAYEES & CHEMISTS
Indpndem Asssy G?fs$
ESTABLISHED 1S83.
D. "W. Bscshabx. E.H., Proprietor.
Agent for Ore Shippers Assass and
Chemical Analysis. Mines Examinsd
and Reported Upon. Bullion Work c
" p.o. Boxes.
Office zzA Laboratory:
dr. S&a Fnadso e. Clfeufet 34s.
L PA&O. TEXAS.
Cifstoni Assay Office
CRITCMKTT A FERGUS OX,
Successor t Huarhea A Crltchatt.
Acsayers, Ckaaalats. MatallurgLsM.
Asreats l&r Ora Salppara.
iZZ San yracclaco St. Pksae 53i
reward has been offered for the capture
of the Mexican.
3IAX SHOOTS COXSTABLE
AFTER AFFRAY WITH T1FE
Ios Angeles, Cal., June 3. A tele
gram to the sheriff from Watts, a
suburb of this city, says a man named
Gable this morning attempted to mur
der his wife and shot the constable
who attempted to arrest him, and that
he is now barricaded in his house,
which is besieged by armed citizens.
J fAr'T'C nTrrvrr . -
"aw' "Will 3.X 11U.YUAA.
Clifton. Ariz., June 3. The Eaglea
gave a picnte in Duncan which was well
I ......v.ucu u; peupie xrom.an points on
cue .rt. n. m.. railway. A large crowd
went down from Clifton In the evening
on an excursion.
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