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Las Cruces
One Man Arrested on the
Oharge of Taking Timber
Near Leasburg Dam.
Jjos Cruces, 2C. M., Sept. 15. P. "W.
Dent, of El Paso, assistant inspector
for the United States reclamation serv
ice, was in Las Cruces yesterday in
vestigating th-e taking of timber from
reserved land near Leasburg.
Some time ago Vdctorio Yvarra went
before the local land office with an
application to file on certain land on
the west side of the river, opposite- the
Leasburg diversion dam. His applica
tion was refused and his fee returned
to him, because the government had
withdrawn the land in question from
public -entry. Acting upon the advice
of friends and lawyers Yvarra remain
ed upon the land and cut timber from
It. Inspector Dent caused his arrest
upon criminal charge several days ago,
Yvarra being' released under bond, and
the case will be heard tomorrow before
commissioner Chaffee.
Civil suits have been filed against
C. L. Hill, Henry Xeese and Sam
Rhodes to regain possession of land
which had been withdrawn, and which
they had. filed upon in the same manner
as Yvarra's.
In connection with the Yvarra case,
nine warrants will be issued this week
against people who have been taking
wood from the proscribed land, these
people claiming that Yvarra had sold
them tfie wood after "his arrest and
release on bond.
The land involved is on the west
Bide of the river directly opposite the
Leasburg diversion dam, and is h-e&rlly
TAe reason the Bitters Is so popular
and safe for every member of the fam
ily is because it contains no nauseating
or habit-forming drugs, and the weak
est stomach can retain It. Therefore,
In preference to anything else and be on
the safe side. It Is for Poor Appetite",
Nausea, Belchlnj?, Heartburn, Indlgres
llon, Dyspepsia, Costivenbss, BIllous
nesx, Malaria, Fever and Ague. Try a.
bottle today. All druggists.
Is Sell
Be sure and give us a call before
you buy elsewhere.
Special prices on more than one
Iron Beds, Bed Springs, Cotton
Felt Mattresses, Bird's-Eye Maple
Dressers, Commodes, Tables.
Chairs, Jtockers, Woolen Blankets,
Lace Gurtains, Linoleum, Comforts.
Bell Phone 400.
J. W. Fish
You Are Cordially Invited
to attend our
Which Occurs This
Evening Between the
hours of 7 and 10
Block Millinery
Roberts-Banner Building
and the
wooded. The reclamation service wants
the trees on this land preserved, in or
der to keep the river from cutting
through where the trees now stand, and
thereby going around the diversion dam
and rendering It useless.
Ieputy United States marshal Harry
Bloom has been assisting inspector
Dent In the work, and Earl Paterson,
the engineer in charge of the diversion
dam, has been summoned as the chief
witness against Yvarra In the matter
of cutting- down and selling the timber.
Las Cruces, N. iL, Sept. 15. A letter
received by L C. Holt from his broth
ers, "Walter and Elgin, state that they
have struck a rich vein of silver ore
on one of their claims in Mexico. "Wal-
,ter, Elgin and L C. Holt invested In
several claims in the Altar district
near Magdalena, Sonora, Mexico, and
Walter and Elgin have been working
the claims. Last winter they struck
several pockets which ran as high as
S000 ounces of silver to the ton, and
the last letter states that they have
found ore in large bodies which will
run high and which can be mined with
but little expense.
Las Cruces, N. ML, Sept. 15. The fol
lowing deeds and other papers of rec
ord have been filed in the office of the
probate clerk of Dona Ana county:
Deeds Filed.
Anna. "Wolf and husband and Mattie
Houston, of El Paso, to Gerogetta E.
Gatton, warranty deed to a plot of
land 433x436x276x457 feet, situated in
precinct 3 in the town of Las Cruces;
consideration $1175.
Jesus Garcia and wife to Guadalupe
Ascarate, warranty deed to a' certain
lot of land 75x75 feet, situated in pre
cinct 3 of the town of Las Cruces, on
the corner of "Water and Cross streets;
consideration 300.
Demetrius B. Strouse and wife to
James G. Stuart, quit claim deed to 62
acres of land on the El Paso road in"
precinct 5; also 26.4 acres of land lying
east of the above tract; also 69.19 acres
of land situated one mile southwest of
the town of Mesilla; also 53 1-3 acres
of land situated one mile south of the
town of Mesilla and on the east side of
the El Paso road; consideration 1 and
other valuable considerations.
Satisfaction of Mortgrage.
Thomafe Tate to Anna Wolf et aL,
satisfaction of mortgage.
Birth Certificates.
August 25 Daughter, to Santiago Si
ena and wife, at La Mesa.
August 26 Daughter, to Christian A.
"Viljoen and wife, at Chamberino.
August 27 Daughter, to Refugio
Moras and wife, at La Mesa.
August 27 Daughter, to S. Samuel
Allerton and wife, at Las Cruces.
September 5 Son, to Eosario Dias
and wife, at Las Cruces.
Death Certificates.
August 26 Daniel Ackenback, aged
15 months, at Las Cruces.
August 27 Aminda Ackenback, aged
3 years, at Las Cruces.
Marc-lace Certificate.
A marriage license has been Issued
to Santiago Gonzales, of San Miguel,
and Celestina Fierro, of Mesilla.
Fortune Telling
Does not take into consideration the one
en's happiness womanly health.
The woman who neglects her health is neglecting the
very foundation of all good fortune. For without health
love loses its lustre and gold is but dross.
Womanly health when lost or impaired may generally be
regained by the use of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription.
This Prescription has, for over UO years,
been curing delicate, weak, pain-wracked
women, by the hundreds of thousands
and this too in the privacy of their homes
without their having to submit to indeli
cate Questionings and offensively repug
nant examinations.
Sick women are invited to consult Dr. Pierce by letter free.
All correspondence held as sacredly confidential. Address World's Dispensary
Medical Association, R. V. Pierce, M. D., President, Buffalo, N. Y.
Dr. Pierce's Great Family Doctor Book, The People's Common Sense
Medical Adviser, newly revised up-to-date edition 1000 pages, answers in
Plain English hosts of delicate questions which every woman, single or married,
ought to know about. Sent free, in plain wrapper to any address on receipt of
21 one-cent stamps to cover mailing only, or in cloth binding for 31 stamps.
The County Commissioners
itfaine Mye and Chamber
of Commerce Selects
Las Cruces, X. M Sept. 15. The
county commissioners have appointed
the following as delegates to the irri
gation congress which will meet in Pu
eblo September 27 to September 30: W.
A. Sutherland, Will Lapoint, J. F. Sat
terly, W. H. H. Llewellyn and Scott P.
The Mesilla "Valley chamber of com
merce has named Dr. G. D. Martin and
Nicholas Galles to represent that or
ganization at the congress. These sev
en men will join the rest of the Dona
Ana county delegates and the El Paso
bunch and will leave on September 24
on the special train.
They go prepared to make the very
best showing for the Mesilla valley,
in which endeavor they will have the
hearty support and cooperation of the
delegation from the Pass City.
IsTumber of Students En
roled This Year Exceeds
-AH Previous Years.
Las Cruces, N. M., Sept. 15. Loretto
convent in this city now 'has enrolled
77 students and the sister superior has
received word from almost that many
more that they will be here the last
of this month or the first of October,
a great many of the girls from Mexico
waiting until after the centennial fes
tivities before entering. Besides the
boarding students above mentioned,
there are about 50 day students. This
year promises to be one of the best in
the history of the convent.
Mrs. Dolly Hand, of Parral, Mexico,
was in the city yesterday with her two
daughters, whom she placed in the Lo
retto convent for the school days. Mrs.
Hand returned to her home in" Mexico!
where he husband is a contractor in
the mines.
Las Cruces, N. M., Sept. 15. The
members of the St. Joseph choir of the
Catholic church of Las Cruces were
entertained by the choir leader, Mrs.
M. C. O'Hara, at her country residence,
"Avondale," last evening. The party
was taken to the ranch from Las Cru
ces on a big hay wagon and the even
ing was made enjoyable with a musical
program, after which refreshments
were served.
Las Cruces, X. M., Sept. 15. The Me
silla valley chamber of commerce will
hold its annual meeting for the election
of officers at the chamber of com
merce rooms on Tuesday, October 4. It
is especially urged that all members
be present at this meeting.
essential to worn
if' ,n3ffy
The Slim Woman Is Winning
The day of the slim woman's triumph
has arrived. "The thinner one is, the
more stylish," say the dressmakers.
This would have been sad news for
the fat woman a year ago. She would
have had to try dieting1 or exercise.
Nowadays, however, the woman who is
too fat for the styles goes to a drug
gist and gets a case of Marmola Pre
scription Tablets, one of which she
takes after each meal and at bedtime
and so reduces her superfluous flesh
These tablets, being made in accord
ance with the famous prescription, are
I perfectly harmless, and th-ey are, also
the most economical preparation a per-
sun o.ii uuy, tur iuoj uusi uuij i vicmo
a large case, one of which is fre
quently enough to start a person to
j losing fat at the rate of 12 or 14 ounces
a day. Pretty nearly every druggist
keeps this tablet in stock, but should
yours be sold out. you can easily ob
tain a case by sending to the makers,
the Marmola Company, 737 Farmer
Bldg., Detroit, Mich.
Eiley Block Will Be Started
on October 1; to Be
One Story.
Las Cruces, X. M., Sept. 15. The new
J. H. Riley block, which is to replace
three business rooms on Main street,
will be started on October 1, the ten
ants of the present rooms having been
given notice to vacate by that date.
The original plan of the building has
been abandoned and all bids were re
jected. A contract was then made
with the Bascom-Porter company for
the construction of the new building,
to be one story in height and to con
tain one large store room and one of
the ordinary size. Both these rooms
have already been rented, one for a
dry goods store and one for the Kat
zenstein confectionery and ice cream
Charged With Theft of Al
falfa at Anthony; Bond
Fixed at $1000.
Las Cruces, X. M., Sept. 15. Eduardo
Elias, of Anthony, Tex., has been bound
over to await the action of the grand
jury on a charge of grand larceny and
is now in jail pending efforts to raise
a $1000 bond.
Elias is charged with having taken
three cuttings of hay from the six-acre
farm owned by Mrs. M. L. Coe near An
thony, N. M. When a deputy sheriff
from Las Cruces went to arrest Ellas,
he took refuge on the Texas side ol
the line. Requisition papers were then
secured and Sheriff Felipe Lucero went
to Anthony and brought the man here
last week, where he has been confined
in the county jail awaiting trial.
Ranges in Good Condition Methodist
Women to Give Lawn Party.
Many Visitors in Town.
Las Cruces, X. ML, Sept. 15. Dr. Ju
lius "Wagner, of El Paso, was in Las
Cruces yesterday on business. He owns
land on the west side of the river and
was here on business connected with It.
Joe Kesel was in from Organ yester
day and reports that several of the
mines in that district are putting on
more men, but that there is as yet no
rioticeable activity.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hawley are
spending the week in the Organ moun
tains near the Stephenson-Bennett
Frank Hawley jr. returned from a
two-days trip to the Organ moun
tains yesterday.
Mariano Islas, of Santa Teresa, is
the guest of his brother, Frank Islas,
and family for a few days.
Mrs. Hugh Clary is expected home
tonight from a visit of several weeks
with relatives and friends at her home
in St. Louis. Mr. Clary went to
Paso yesterday to meet her.
Mrs. Emma R. Baker, of Pittsburg,
Pa., is in the city for a visit of two
weeks with her brother, D. F. Baker,
and wife.
A light shower yesterday and last
evening helped to lay the dust in Las
Cruces. From the sudden cooling of
the atmosphere there must have been
heavy rains near here. Reports fi'om
the Organ mountains, the Cox and the
Turney cattle ranges are to. the effect
that the country In those localities re
ceived a good wetting.
Martin Lohman is expected back next
month from his summer outing at his
country home on the coast of Maine.
John H. Ingleside, of Logansport,
Ind., was in Las Cruces yesterday and
today, stopping here to see the town
on his way home from a trip into the
interior of Mexico.
The women of the Methodist church
will hold a lawn social on Friday eve
ning at the home of Mrs. Broaddus
There will be Ice cream and cake served
and a musical program has been ar
ranged for the evening.
P. F. Matthews, fire Insurance In
spector for the southwestern territorj"-,
was in Las Cruces yesterday from his
headquarters In San Francisco.
H. B. Holt accompanied his son, Ed
win, to Culver, Ind., lest evening, where
Edwin will enter the Culver Military
Las Cruces, X. M., Sept. 15. Arrivals
at the Don Bernardino hotel J. F. W.
Hall, Denver; J. J. Sullivan, St. JLouis;
Bill Ladas, Los Angeles; M. H. Shap
doris, Los Angeles: M. Rosenblum, Chi
cago; A. O. Finch, St. Louis; P. TV.
Nelson, Kansas City; C. E. Jones, Den
ver; W. "W. Boyd, Marfa, Tex.; W. T.
White, Kansas City; P. "VV. Dent, El
Paso; S. F. Ballin, Albuquerque; James
C. White, El Paso.
Arrivals at the Park hotel G. A. De
terding, Taylorville, 111.; J. F. W. Hall,
Denver; Mrs. Dolly Hand, Parral, Chi
huahua, Mexico; J. C. McMichael, Den
ver; O. H. Osborn, Denver; L. P.
Stronguist, Chicago; William Sutte
meier, San Antonio, Tex.
"Yes, sir," boasted the hotel proprie
tor, "that dog's the best rat catching
dog in the country." Even as he spoke
two big rats scurried across the office
floor. The dog merely wrinkled his
"Rat dog," scoffed the traveling
man. "Look at that, will you?"
"Huh," snorted the landlord. "He
knows them. But just you let a strange
rat come in here once."
suspect j'ou of using Wells Hair Bal
sam, it so gradually and perfectly re
stores gray hair to natural, original
color. 50c. and 1.00 at druggists.
Cottage to Cost $1000 to Be
Erected on Morenei St.;
Daily Eecord.
East El Paso "is scheduled to be the
scene of building operations for the
erection of a house by G. F. Allen, who
will improve Morenei street. Two other
building permits were issued Wednes
day by building inspector Haggart, as
Building- Permits.
To G. F. AlKn, to build four-room
residence on lot 23 and east half of lot
24, block 137, Morenei street. East El
Paso addition; estimated cost $1000.
To J. W. Earle, to build-front porch,
1111 Cotton avenue; estimated cost
To J. "W. Earl, to build roof over
porch, 1109 Cotton avenue; estimated
cost $100.
Deeds Filed.
Franklin Heights, Montana street,
between Octavia and Noble W. C. and
Guy Hammett White to Mary S. P.
Hammett, east half of lot 36, lots 37
and 3S, block 67, Franklin Heights;
consideration $20,000; dated Sept. 5,
Government. Hill, Cloudcroft street,
between Travis street and Stevens ave
nue Government Hill company to
Anna Shelton, lots 13 to 16,. Inclusive,
block 3; consideration $525; dated Sept.
Government Hill, Cloudcroft street,
between Travis street and Stevens ave
nue Government Hill company to
Anna Shelton, lots 5 to 8, inclusive,
block 3; consideration $500; dated Sept.
1, 1910.
Southwest corner of Overland and
South Stanton street Florence R. Le
Baron to Emiliano Ortuzar, west 39
feet of lot 173, block 36, East Overland
street; consideration $37,500; dated
Aug. 9, 1910.
Grand View addition, Fort Boule
vard, between Byron and Ord streets
Grand View Realty company to E. G.
Perry, lots 17, 18 and 19, block 40;
consideration $10; dated Sept. 9, 1910.
Military Heights, McKinley avenue,
between Alabama and Louisiana ave
nues Chas. "W. and Anna C. Van Loon
to Albert Lauclos, lots 12, 13, 14, 15 and
1,6, block 29; consideration $525; dated
Sept. 13, 1910.
Government Hill, La Luz street, be
tween Houston and Lamar streets
Government Hill company to Mrs. Geo.
Percy, lots 22 and 23, block 22; con
sideration $250; dated July 28, 1910.
Government Hill, Cloudcroft street,
between Travis street and Stevens ave
nue Government Hill company to
Anna Shelton, lots j to 12, inclusive,
block 3; consideration $500; dated Seot.
1, 1910.
Cotton addition, corner Dorchester
street and Bassett avenue William
Henry Anderson to G. P. Putnam, parts
of lots 29 to 32, block 70; consideration
$1500; dated Sept. 14, 1910.
To Jesse Charles Hammer, American,
.oiSDee street, boy; Sept. 3.
To Maselo Pecheco, Mexican, .Chihua
hua and Canal streets, boy; Sept. 14.
Bids are being received for the re
building of the first floor of the Walz
building on El Paso and San Francisco
streets. The north room of the build
ing is to be converted into fire store
rooms 19 by 30 feet, wdth plate glass
fronts set In copper, and prism glass
above. The rooms will all front on San
Francisco street opposite The Herald
building, and the new Schutz building.
The El Paso street front of the build
ing is also to be remodeled to conform
to the appearance of the San Fran
cisco street front. A new sidewalk and
other improvements are to be made
to the building by W. G. Walz.
It's 'TThe Fisher" After offering as
a prize a free room and bath to the
person suggesting the best name for
his new hotel, John Fisher copped the
goods by calling his new hotel after
himself. The Fisher will be open in j southwest. Each is a full fledged edi
tlme for the El Paso fair, and will bel . ri ,? . v, --, tflvAj orders
I nnnrlnpfflrl og o Tnndorn Witi-AnisnTi V-k
; , ml r, . t . t. t ' " ,
. .mc UCxc. iw iiuis,iiiHS me noiei The editors who compose the South
has been caused by the failure of the western association are to be the
hardwood lumber to arrive from the
mills. The fixtures of the Fisher bar
are now being installed on the first
floor of the hotel part of the building
and will be connected with the lobby
and office.
A two story storage vault of rein
forced concrete is the latest wrinkle
in foreproof construction In El Paso.
Architect C. ZM. Gibson has completed
plans for the construction of such a
vault at the Popular store for keeping
all of the records and accounts ,of the
dry goods company. The vault is to
be built on the northeast side of the
Masonic Temple building inside of the
Popular store. It will be of heavily re
inforced .concrete with an insulation of
tiling four inches thick. The walls of
the vault will be 12 inches through and
the top will be of heavy steel.
The Sheldon building is having ita
face washed. A force of men is at
work on the west side of the big plaza
building scrubbing the red pressed
brick and terra cotta of the ouslde
wall, as if they were scrubbing the hur
ricane deck of an excursion steamer on
an unusually rough day.
The east side of the building has
been washed and scrubbed and the two
plaza fronts are to receive the same
soap and water treatment as Is admin
istered to a small boy on Saturday
night. As rapidly as the -brick and
terra cotta is cleaned the woodwork
of the building is being painted white.
Turtle soapgreen tiling is being plac
ed on the columns of the Roberts-Banner
building. The tiling is capped with
a monogram tile bearing the letters
"R-B." These are on each of the col
umns of the new building as a part of
the decorative scheme of the sky
scraper. The Bloch Millinery company's room
on Mesa avenue has been occupied and
W. T. Hixson is moving into the north
east corner room of the first floor. The
Southwestern railroad city office is in
the northwest corner, having moved
Saturday. The new fixtures of the of
fice have not arrived and the downtown
office resembles a mining camp's rough
station, with Improvised counters and
unfinished fixtures.
The going is good again on the Mesa
avenue -sidewalk entering San Antonio
street. The improvements to the Popu-
lar. store and the construction of the
new Caples building have blocked the
sidewalks on both sides of Mesa, mak
ing it necessary to travel in the street
in going from San Antonio to Texas
or the reverse. Both of these walks
have been opened for traffic and the
street cleaned of the debris.
El Paso street is to be paved from
f San Francisco street to West Missouri.
fThls part of El Paso street has been
widened from Main street to San Fran
cisco, and the property owners are
making an effort to have the entire J
Temporarily Closes Down Itfi Minejt and.
and Leases Propertli for Another
Year; Improvements Planned.
Mangus, X. M. Sept. id. An officia'
statement says: "R.ither than rik a
reorganization vre concluded to tem
porarily close down our works, and If
possible, secure extensions of time for
the payments. In this ve Lave been
very successful. Ail important con
tracts have been extended for one year
except one and in tins case we have
favorable promise. In June we secure-d
an option on j.M)0 acres known as -the
Tulloch groun. The purchase price is
to be $350,000, the first Maz-no'it of
$87,500, to be made on Xovember 24,
1911; balance in equal pam.-nts on
Xovember 24, 1912, and on Xovember 24,
1913. Everything considered the acqui
sition of the Tulloch grout) with .s
mill site, has added an immense value
to the mineral holding of the company.
We have now approximately 2o00 acres
under option."
The stockholders are asked to trans
fer their shares of stock of the Mines
Company of America in Chihuahua
through the United States Mortgage
and Trust company, of Xew York, on
the basis of one $10 Mines Company
schare for each $5 Dolores share, which
is .on the basis of 10 for 1 on the old
basis of Mines Co. capitalization. The
Dolores company for tne quarter end
ing with June earned $116,070 net, or
$26,000 above its dividend requirements.
"W. E. Pomeroy, general manager of
the MIna Mexico Sacramento in the
Yaqui river region beyond Tonichi, is
arranging for exploration of these
properties upon an extensive scale. They
have been extensive producers of sil
ver in former years.
The El Paso Tin Mining and Smelt
ing company expects to put its concen
trating mill and smelting works in op
eration during September. The mill
wil employ, a dry process. The mines
are at Camp Florella on the east side
of Mount Franklin, near El Paso.
The Urique Mining and Smelting com
pany, of Chihuahua, has acquired
ground in the old Urique district and
has begun active work. The company
is financed in El Paso.
Feast Like One Given Col.
Roosevelt at Clieyenne
For El Paso Fair.
T. R. has nothing on the editors of
the southwest. They are to be given a
life sized chuck wagon feed during
the annual meeting of the Southwest
ern Editorial association, which will
be held in El Paso during the week of
the El Paso Fair and Exposition, Octo
ber 29 to Xovember 6.
"When 'Teddy visited Denver on his
recent swing around the circle, he was
entertained at a chuck wagon feed by
the Press club of Denver. But the
bard of Oyster Bay is only an associate
editor and is entitled to consideration
as such, rsot so tne serines or xne
i --.-
from no one but the oliice aeviu
guests of the fair association at a big
outdoor dinner, which will be given at
the fair grounds on Statehood day,
Thursday, November 3. On this big
day, when the acquisition of statehood
by the twin territories will be cele
brated in El Paso, the big chuck wa
gon feed will be given at noon under
the trees at the fair grounds. In ad
dition to the editors of the southwest.
j the governors of the two territories
and other prominent visitors will be the
guests of the Fair association, and will
partake of the old fashioned range
feed, as' Roosevelt didf at Denver with
such apparent relish.
A genuine cow ranch chuck wagon,
manned by real cow puncher cooks, is
to be brought to town for the big feec
and each editor and invited guest wili
have to take his turn at the hind end
of the camp kitchen, and eat his fri-
A Man's Stomach
Is Just as Good, or Bad as
He Makes It.
If you are blessed with a good stom
ach, be thankful and make up your
mind to keep it good.
If you have a bad stomach; one that
makes you feel miserable after eating;
one that turns your food sour and
causes gas to belch up in the mouth,
then you want to get busy at once and
turn your bad stomach into a good
How can 'this be done? you ask.
Simply by using dally the best pre
scription , for stomach ailments ever
What is the name of this prescrip
tion? Wherever civilization exists it Is
known as MI-O-NA
Kelly & Pollard sell it for 50 cents a
box; they do more: They guarantee it
to relieve stomach distress. In five
minutes; they go even further, and
say: If MI-O-NA doesn't cure indiges
tion, acute or chronic, or any diseases
caused bj- stomach disturbance they
wlll give you your money back, with
out any haggling or red tape.
And this guarantee means that MI-O-NA
stomach tablets, as most people
call them, will cure billiousness, nau
sea, nervousness. heartburn, foul
breath, nightmare, and sleeplessness.
It means that MI-O-NA is such a
wonderfully good remedy that it quick
ly turns a bad stomach into a good one,
that will stay good, strong and vigor
ous, just as long as it Is treated right.
Try MI-O-NA ye men of weak stom
achs; you take no risk. It is guaran
teed 'bj' Kelly & Pollard and druggists
For immense Fall Stock
of wholesale and retail
IS lbs. Best Granu- rf (f
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20 lbs. Best Brown
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4 lbs. Cottoiene
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10 lb. Bucket Cotto
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2 lbs. Fresh Valley Honey sy g
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6 Sunny Monday, Crystal White,
Fairy or Small Ivory
Soap, for
Snyder's Baked Beans,
3 cans for
10 lbs. Fancy Sweet
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5 gals. Best Qfl.
5 gals. Best Gasoline
H for
a 2 lbs. of the famous Barrington
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Iipixm's Tea,
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3 lbs. Arbuckle's Coffee
Finest grade Pure Cream
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Large nice Celery,
2 bunches for
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Bell Phones 367 and 348
joles and beef on the ground, after the
fashion of the rangers.
The rock drilling' contest which is
being- planned to determine the drilling"
championship of the southwest, is also
to be held at the fair grounds on State
hood day and the editors will be able
to remain at the grounds all day with
out the necessity of returning- to the
city for lunch.
The Southwestern Editorial associa
tion was organized last year at the
first annual fair, and arrangements are
now being- made for a large attend
ance of the thought moulders here at
the annual meeting. Editor Wharton
of Tucumcari, N. M., is president of
the association and "Will P. La Point of
Xias Cruces is secretary.
Colors to Float From Toys of Mamy
Bnlldlsgrs After "Wedaesday.
Flags will flank the plaza on rour
sides when the Roberts-Banner build
ing Is completed. A. new flagpole has
been erected on the top of this con
crete building- and will have a flag"
hoisted from its vtop during the entire
year. Across the plaza the big- steel
flagpole will have a 13-foot flag float
ing from its masthead after "Wednesday,
when the 30-day period of mourning
for mayor "W. F. Robinson and fire
man F. T. "Ware will have expired. The
St. Regis hotel has a pole on top of
the building which is used on special
occasions. The federal building has a
flag fljing from its pole each day In
the year by order of the federal gov
ernment. The weather signal tower on
the Southwestern building- also flys
a weather signal flag each day, making
an array of bunting equal only unto a
Mexican holiday.
The Hall Room ijoys in The Kerald
"Watch 'em.
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