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News Of the Great Southwest
News Of tlie Great Southwest 5
Friday
September 23, 1910
Selecting the
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We have greatly simplified Saturda'- marketing. Of course, the one item that
demands first attention is the Sunday meat. We realize the importance of this
item, so each Saturday we orFe'r customers a wide range of choice meats the like
of which cannot possibly be duplicated at any other El Paso market. In addi
tion, we offer specials each Saturday that are most attractive.
Specia
Is for Tomorrow
CRUCES PREPARING
FOR UEW BUILDING
Prime Rib Roasts, special tomor
row, per pound,
1 IBf
Sirloin and Tenderloin Steaks, per
pound,
17
2c
Brisket Stew Meat, special tomor
row, per pound
5
We Emphasize the Fact that this Is a High Grade but not a High Triced 3Iarket.
Frui
and
Vegetables
California Celery
California Peaches
California Plums
California Figs
California Lettuce
California Peas
California Green Beans
Calif. Brussels Sprouts
California Leeks
California Mint
California Parsley
California Squash
California Tomatoes
Hea d quarters
for Fresh Oysters.
Everything that California and the
Valley can grow you will find here
tomorrow. Lists opposite are not
complete but they will give you an
idea of the variety that is always
aV feature of this market.
Valley Asparagus
Valley Cantaloupes
Valley Pears
Valley Corn
Valley Spinach
Valley Turnips
Valley Mustard Greens
Valley Bell Peppers
Valley Egg Plant
Valley Carrots x
Valley Beets
Valley Limes l
Aguacates
Blue Valley Batter, the
Best Brought to EI Paso.
Las Graces and the Mesilla Valley
Tenants Moving From Old
Eiley Block, Elks Enter
tainment ; Personals.
Las Cruces, X. M., Sept. 23. Prepar
ations are being- made for the com
mencement of the work on the new
Riley block. The Mercantile Novelty
company is closing1 out its stock, the
American National Realty company
TV-ill move into the Murphy building
i next week, and the Katzenstein store
I will be moved into either the Dessauer
' building or the Armijo building on
j Tuesday. As soon as these tenants
move, the Bascom-Porter company will
start the work of dismantling the old
buildings.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Hawley and
family returned yesterday from a
week's camping trip in the Organ
mountains near the Bennett-Stephenson
mine. Mr. Hawley reports an
abundance of doves in that region and
also states that some deer signs have
been found on the east side of the
mountains near the San Augustine
ranch.
Louis K. Norwood, of the TC ranch,
on the west side of the river, was in
Las Cruces on business yesterday.
Professor J. H. Squires, of the New
Mexico agricultural college, will ac-
I company the Elks' bowling team to El
Paso tomorrow to help wrest a victory
from the Goeasies. Professor Squires
takes the place of Dr. Barnhill, who
was compelled to forego the pleasures
of the trip on account of stress of bus
iness. Deputy sheriff Pete Gonzales is busy
serving" papers on the venire for the
territorial grand and petit juries. He
expects to be through this week. Court
convenes on Monday, October 3.
Miss Ruby Sessoms is trying to find
a sorrelS horse which was either stolen
or strayed away frcm home several
days ago, and of which no trace has
been found.
Nigel Flint has closed his pool hall
for the present.
The quail season in New Mexico
opens on October 1 and there are al
ready several hunting- parties arrang
ed for, to start the season. The birds
are unusually plentiful in the river
bottoms, having- been driven in from
the hills by the long, dry summer.
The card party given by Mrs. F. T.
French on Thursday afternoon was a
delightful affair, the game being- 500, J
and there being- four tables. The first
prize, a cut glass dish, was won by
Miss Elizabeth Fergusson. and the con
solation prize, a set of tally cards and
a 500 score pad, were won by Miss Re
gina Lohman. Refreshments were
served.
Robert Buvens will leave Sunday
evening for Denver to re-enter a den
tal college for the winter course of
study.
The entertainment given by Miss
Eleanor Haber at the armory last evening-
for the benefit of the Elks'
Christmas fund, was attended by a
small but appreciative crowd, and
was thoroughly enjoyed. Miss Haber
is a very amusing- entertainer and "was
repeatedly encored. The music, which
was furnished by local talent, added
materially to the enjoyment of those
present. The program consisted of the
monologues by Miss Haber, interspers
ed with songs by Mrs. L. A. Broaddus
and Mrs. Branigan, violin solos by Mrs.
1
JairelL Ballard & Co.
112-114 South Oregon St.
Just VA Blocks South of the Postoffice
Is now prepared to take care of all your needs in
men's and boys' Clothing, Shirts, Underwear, Waists,
Pants, Hats and Caps.
en s
Clothing
"We are showing a splendid line of new fall and winter
clothing for men and youths. Our prices are very rea
sonable, beginning at $10.00, $12.50, $13.50, $15.00,
$16.50, $18.50, $20.00, $22.50, $25.00, and up to $27.50
These garments are all made of wool materials,
with patent hair cloth front. They have just the right
hang and shape. See them before you buy. Our prices
will save you from $1.50 to $3.50 per suit.
Our men's $2.50, $3.00 and $3.50 Shoes cannot be
beaten.
Boys' Clothing
You will find a weH selected line of boys' Clothing,
made of good materials, at reasonable prices. Beginning
at $3.50, Suits, made with trvvo pair of pants for $5.00;
and a complete line of "worsted stiits up to $6.50, $7.50
and $8.50.
FulL line of boys Blouse Waists at 35c, 50c said. 75c
Our boys' Shoes at $1.50, $1.75, $2.00, $20, $2.75,
and $3.00 are the best made for the prices.
Try a pair next time.
SA2TTA FE PLANS A
LINE TO THE G-ULF
Tucumcari to Be Part of
the Link; Xew Buildings
Planned; Personals.
Tucumcari, N. 21., Sept. 23. Word
comes from Raton, north of here, that
a prominent official of the Santa Fe
while in that city gave out the in
formation that the Santa Fe road
would surely build in the connecting
links of its system between Denver
and the gulf. It is commonly believed
that this system has already made
traffic arrangements with the E. P. &
S. W. to use its line from French to
Tucumcari and Clovis, N. M. A gap of
300 miles between Clovis and Coleman,
Tex., is being rapidly filled in at the
present time, making the road almost
T. C. Sexton, and instrumental selec- i p.n assured thing within the next year.
I ing made on the store. The other
j clerks are still retained.
i .hiss Jennie rroupe, wno nas oeen
engage'd this summer at the Israel
store, has gone for an extended visit
to friends in Texas.
J. F. and C. H. Smith, father and
son, from Monroe City, Mo., attorneys
and dealers in real estate, are in Tu
cumcari seeking a location.
tions by Mrs.
Henry Stoes.
M. J. Stevens and Mrs.
While in the city Miss
Haber was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Vision point In this state
Mark B. Thompson
It was stated that Tucumcari would, in
all probability, be the intermediary di-
SAFFORD 3IAN INJURED
BY A RUNAWAY
HORSE.
CRUCES MAN DIES
OF CHOLERA MORBUS
Was Born in Las Cruces and
Had Lived There AH His
Life; Funeral Held.
Las Cruces, N. M., Sept. 23. Marcial
A. Valdez, jr., who was born in Las
Cruces 29 years ago and who has lived
In this town all his life, died yesterday
morning at 9:30 oclock, after an illness
of only four days, the cause of death
being cholera morbus. Marcial was the
son of Marcial "Valdez, justice of the
peace for precinct 20 and an old timer
In Dona Ana county. The funeral ser
vices were held from the Catholic
church at S:30 oclock this morning, in
terment being made in the Catholic
cemetery. The services were under the
auspices of the Alianza Hispano
Americana, of which society the de
ceased was a member.
FIVE CONTESTS FILED IN
I. AS CRUCES I, AND OFFICE.
Las Cruces, X. M., Sept. 23. The con
test case of Marcelle Telles, of Hins-
acres of land in section 24, township
23, south of range 9 west. Case set for
December 6.
Charles J. Loughren, of Deming, vs.
William J. Milford, of Deming, con
test case over 160 acres of land in sec
tion 7, township 24, south of range S
west. Case set for December 1G.
Edward J. Besnivick, of Hondole, vs.
Mary O. Doherty, of Deming, contest
case over 160 acres of land in section
25, township 25, south of range 11
west. Case set for December 6.
James R. Waddell, of Deming, has
filed additional homestead scrip on lot
14, in section 19, township 23, south of
range 7 west, containing 40 acres.
FOUR 2FEW ARRESTS
m CRUCES CASES
Loss of Tiniber on GrOTvern-
nient Reservation Cause
of Eleven Arrests.
Las Cruces, X. M., Sept 23. Deputy
United States marshal Harry Bloom
has arrested four more men charged
with cutting and taking away timber
COLLEGE INSURANCE
FINALLY ADJUSTED
Insurance IsTot as Heavv as
Anticipated; New Build-
ng Planned.
Las Cruces, X. M.. Sept 23. The reD
resentatlves of the insurance compan
ies which carried insurance on McFie
hall, the Xew Mexico Agricultural col-
,1 h"ndln$ which was burned, met
J -,RE- McBride. representing
the board of regents of that institu
tion, and allowed insurance monev
based on a total loss. It developed
during the adjustment that $10,000 of
the original insurance which had been
carried on the library, had been trans
ferred to the new building, Hadley
hall, Avhvn the library was moved into
that building, this cutting the Insur
ance on McFie hall to $13,600, of which
$10,000 was carried on, the building and
$3600 on the equipment.
Besides allowing $13,600 on the
. building and equipment, a further
i amount of $1621.5 was allowed on the
$3000 insurance carried on the arms
W -. -XT TT 1 TT.1 I -ffrtTVI fhi ldn.3 -Ar.x....A.a V... 4-1. i -.1 . .
boro, vs. juorgan morgan, oiuuie v"- -- w.c- vCU. uC cuauia- , and cquipment belonging to the United
Lion service ior xne oenent or xne .L-eas- ,7 ;i 1... C .. ',,,:
burs
ley, has been filed in the local lana
office and the final hearing set for
November 24. This involves 160 acres
In section 25, township 14, south of
range 7 west.
Final hearing of the contest case of
Hortoii D. Young vs. Mary C. Young,
both of Deming, has been set for final l $250.
hearing for .November zy, involving itu
acres in section 11, township 25, south
of range 9 west.
Hamp Carwile vs. Charles Parsons,
both of Deming, contest case over 160
CSfoAO ntifl llC?-! 1 1 F tl a n n. 1 1 a ,. till
diversion dam. This makes 11 ' T7Z.: "u"CBe ""ry
arrests, and each person arraigned has t,,,,. r. "rr,.-,.,. f -c,
waived examination before United Jl?n .f' f E Pas' are en"
States commissioner Chaffee and has i f JS? U? f, fr "eT
been bound over to the United States j IIIdJng and Wrk n " wlU be started
grcma jury. J.ue aoua jn eacn case was 1
The four men last arrested are J
The
HELD0N
board of regents .ordered that
I f - e tt-o Ho ff lrt rT1 KutTltirw nTIA1-.
Patricio Ballejos. Monico Carbajal, An- 1 l"" ''T '"""' "'" , V V
.- ,J ., -rrr.ii tv ..are still standing, should be torn down
immediately, and the work of razing
these was started today.
tonio Cardon and "Will Johnson. There
is one other warrant out, but Mr. 1
Bloom has so far been unable to lo- j
cate the man. ( I
HARVEY HOUSE GIRT. ARRESTED
.VXD JAILED AT CRUCES.
LAS CRUDES AND
EOAD TO EL PASO
lias Cruces, X. M.. Sept 23. Sheriff J .
Felipe IAicero returned yesterday from ! Tlie JTeOpIe 01 Upd Valley
FURNITURE
Is Selling Fast
Be sure and give us a call before
you buy elsewhere.
Special prices on more than one
article.
Iron Beds, Bed Springs, Cotton
Felt Mattresses. Bird's-Eye Maple
Dressers, Commodes, Tables,
Chairs, Rockers, Woolen Blankets,
Lace Curtains, Linoleum. Comforts.
50 h. p. Frost Engine, 3 h. p.
Gasoline Engine, 1 28 k. v. Akron
Dynamo. 1 10 h. p. Motor, 1 Xo. 7
Buffalo Blower.
Bell Thone 400.
12 MYRTLE AVE.
J. W. Fisher
Silver City, having in custody Miss
i Beth Allen, formerly employed as a
waitress at the Rincon Harvey house,
and she is now in the Dona Ana comi
ty jail awaiting trial. The Allen gi'l
was discharged from the Harvey "house
at Rincon on the night of Septembe-
I i 1G. The next morning sne leit lor 1:1
j Paso, and Ethel Baker, another wait
! ress, swore out a warrant for the
Allen girl on a charge ot taKing 54J
from her, upon receipt of which sh-viT
Lucero left for El Paso, where he found
that the girl had left for Silver City.
Going to Silver City lie tounci tne
She
Claim to Have Ko Pref
erence in Routes.
Las Cruces. X. M.. Sept. 23. In ref
erence to Eli Newsom's letter in The
Herald, the ueonle of Las Cruces ds
s!re to be rut right in the matter.
Las Cruces fants a road built from
Las Cruces or Dona Ana to Anthony,
there to connect with the road from
El Paso. Thev desire to have th';
road built along the most feasible and
the least? expensive route, and most of
the taxpayers of this part of the county
are strictly in favor of the lower or
of the
LAS CRUCES PERSONALS.
Las Cruces, X. M., Sept. 23. J. F.
Collins, of El Paso, is in the city for
a few days, the guest of W. D. Tip
ton. Mrs. TV. C. Field and children, who
have been spending the summer at
Mineral Springs, Texas, will arrive
home this evening. Mrs. Field will be
accompanied by her mother and sister
Inlaw. Mrs. H. Mcintosh, and Mrs. E. D.
I Mcintosh, who have been with her at
Mineral TVells. They will visit here for
two or three weeks before going on to
their home In Mogollon.
General B. J. Viljoen has been ap
pointed as a delegate to the irrigation
congress at Pueblo to represent the La
Mesa ditch, and will join the Rio
Grande delegation's special train Sat
urday evening.
XEW BRICIC HOTEL AT LOIIO
IS NOW XEARIXG COMPLETION
Gardens in Vicinity Are Doinp: "Well;
I Plenty of Water There; Younj
Woman Goes to School.
Lobo, Tex.. Sept. 23. Work on the
hotel at this place is being rapidly
pushed forward. Bricklayers from El
Paso have the work well inhand and
are showing what can be done in their
line. The walls are ready for the sec
ond story joist
Gardens are fine in this vicinity.
Mustard and radishes planted about
three weeks ago are ready for the
table, and other stuff coming on rapid
ly. The soil here is very rich in plant
food and requires no fertilizing, just
plenty of water and there is an abun
dance of that here.
Mrs. S. A. Walker and daughter have
just returned from Ennls, and daddy
Walker is wearing a broad smile.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Lester left for
their home in Garza county.
Miss Pearl Jones will leave for Bal
linger Sunday, where she will spend a
few days. From there she goes to
Dallas to take a postgraduate course
in the Texas Baptist Memorial sani
torium. Mrs. Tom Smith Is visiting her par
ents at Port Arthur. Tex.
Messrs. Samuels, Meader and Jacobs,
of El Paso, are here at work on the
hotel.
An excursion party from east Texas
is expected the latter part of next
week.
CAXAXEA PERSONALS.
.:! .-,! r,lonn,l VloT" HTIrlT" Jl.TTfiSt-
L-a -nincl under 3500 1 ond. which she i valley road. However, in view of
was unable to furnish. She claims to I Iact lat ine " s'
1 . ' ,. . ! rissist in thp construction of the hiirh-
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1 way it has been decided to wait unri!
be 22' years old.
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alesman
ANNUAL DITCH CLEANING
AT CRLXES NEXT MONTH.
Las Cruces, X. M., Sept. 23. The' an
nual cleaning of the community ditches
will start in the early part of October.
On the first Monday in January the
annual election will be held for the
election of commissioners and mayor
domos for the three ditches here.
CARRIERS' DAY.
Tomorrow being the Iat Saturday of
the month, The Herald carrier.- -will pre
sent Mils for the :LOath of September.
Subscribers will kindly note the above
and be ready for the Loys. v
territorial engineer Vernon L. Sul-
van arrives from Santa Fe, which will
be some time in the early part of Oc
tober. Mr. Sullivan will then make a
trip over both route5? and determine
which, from an engineer's standpoint,
would be the best, and his advice will
carry the weight which should be ac
corded to it.
Las Cruces wants the road and is
using her utmost endeavors to have it
built as soon as possible. Xo person
here has any preference as to the
route, the ore which will be the best
for the most people being the pre
ferred one,
Cananea, Mex., Sept. 23. V. A. Hart,
a local mining engineer, has returned
from a three-months' stay in Silver
City on mining business.
Ricardo Fierro went to Bisbee to
meet his brothers and return " with
them.
C d. Bury went to Phoenix, where
he will reside in the future, he having
bought a partnership with D. A. Dono
frio. His position in the railroad sup
ply department has been taken by E.
T. Houston.
J. J. Sinclair, of El Paso, is in the
city advertising the El Paso Fair,
which will be held next month.
City treasurer Lucas Rodriguez has
gone to Hermosillo, where he will be
married next week to one of the belles
of the capital city.
D. T. Aber. a Tucumcari surveyor.
left Thursday morning for a business
trip through Kansas and Texas, after
which he will go to Los Angeles. Calif.,
where he is extensively Interested in
an oil gusher.
Harrj' Steen, of San Jon, is in the
Icitv. having severed his connection
with the townsite company of that
town. He will probably go from here
to take a position as accountant with
a firm in Colorado.
Sheriff Ed McConnell, of Hereford,
Tex., is in Tucumcari on important
business relative to his office. He will
return home in a day or two.
Mrs. Maud E. Shaff has returned
from a summer's vacation with friends
at Topeka, Kan. She will occupy her
house, in the south nart of town,
which has been occupied during the
summer by her sister, Mrs. W. W.
Mays, who will remove with her fam
ily to the Herring building, on .Sec
ond street.
J. C. Berry, an architect of Amarillo,
has been in the city conferring with
Adolph Yorenbcrg and W. B. Rector in
regard to the proposed buildings on
the corner of Main and Second streets.
Definite plans have not yet been de
cided upon.
Xeb Buchanan, son of W. F. Bu
chanan, has returned from Los An
geles, where he has been engaged in
the theatre business.
Rev. J. J. Dalton. pastor of the First
Presbyterian church, left for Las Ve
gas, where he will attend the- terri
torial synod. He has under advisement
a call to California.
The dining cars have been discon
tinued here on Xos. 1 and 2 Rock
Island trains. Hereafter the passen
gers will be fed at the railroad res
taurant, a longer wait being made
here.
Leroy Welch is assiting at the Elk
drug store while the repairs are be-
Horse Falls on Plowshare and Is Later
Killed; Engagement of Local
Couple Announced.
Safford, Ariz., Sept. 23. While John
Hoops and Reuben Bingham were driv
ing to town their horse became fright
ened and ran, throwing Mr. Hoops
out. He landed just over the disc
harrow while the horse fell on the
blades and was so badly hurt that he
had to be killed later.
Mrs. H. J. Dowdle has announced the
engagement of her daughter, Mae, to
Jesse Foster, of this place, at a recep
tion given in her honor. The wedding
will take place on October IS. The
color scheme of red and white was
carried out in full. Those present
Gilman, of Boston, commander in, chief,
Rochester, X. V., was chosen, for the
next place of meeting In the national
encampment of the G. A. R. The other
officers elected were:
Senior vice commander in chief, Chas.
Burrows. Rutherford,. J.; junior vice
commander in chief, William James,
Jacksonville. Fla.; surgeon general,
John L. Smith, Spokane, Wash.; chap
lain in chief, Rev. Thomas Hanvood,
Albuquerque, X. M.
Los Angeles, Denver and Springfield,
111., were also after the encampment,
and San Francisco Invited the veter
ans to the Golden Gate city in 1915.
Men Old at 35
One 'Million Baldheads Who
Thought Dandruff Wasn't
. Dangerous.
In the United States and Canada to
daj" there are nearly a. million men. who
at 35 can be put in the baldhead class.
When these men had 'thick vigorous
were Mesdamcs E. S. Wickersham, B. j hair, dandruff made Its appearance.
F. Thura. J. X. Stratton, Fred Dowdle,
J. W. Stratton, G. R. York, Misses Lot
tie Colton, Bula Olney, Ella Basist,
Lucy Purdam, Edith Jennings, Angia
and Margaret Robinson, Margaret
Hunter and Grace Yancy, of Windsor,
Mo.
Mrs. Geo. A. Olney, accompanied her
daughter, Henrietta, and Zona Robin
son to Los Angeles, Calif. Both girls
will enter the West Lake school for
girls. ,
Ralph Ballard has resigned his po
sition at the Palms, and Herman Fos
ter is filling the place.
L. RIngley is here from Lowell, Wyo.,
looking over the country with a view
to locating in the valley.
The dance given in Brier hall was
largely attended. The Thatcher or
chestra furnished music.
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GRAND ARMY VETERANS TO
MEET NEXT IN ROCHESTER
Atlantic City, X. J., Sept. 23. At its
annual reunion the United States vet
eran signal corps association civil
war division, elected the following of
ficers: President, Col. J. E. Hyneman,
Philadelphia; secretary and treasurer,
Charles Dewitt Marcy, Boston.
Following the election of John E.
I That was tha
time to attack
the enemy of
mankind the
persistent little
dandruff ml-
? crobe, or germ.
that burrows
deep j down into
the hair root
end saps it of
the vitality that
Is so essential.
Young men,
or any man, for
that matter, be
ware of the dandruff germ; it Is. not
a theory, but an actual condition that
confronts you. That dandruff is caused
hy a germ, is proved beyond question.
That this germ destroys the hair root is
today a matter of common knowledge.
Kelly & Pollard the druggists, have
the remedy that kills the dandruff
germs. They guarantee it to eradicate
dandruff, stop falling hair and itching
scalp in two weeks, or money "back. It
Is called PARISIAN" SAGE, and can ob
tained at druggists in every town In
America ask Kelly & Pollard for it.j
The girl with the Auburn hair is on
every bottle.
Ardoin's Sunnyside special butter "35c
per lb.
DON'T FORGET
Elks' club entertainment tonight.
For salmon and channel cats, phone
Ardoin's.
But He Doesn't Live in SI
Paso Nor Bead the
Herald.
A man in Connecticut gave a doctor, a
specialist in catarrh, $50 to cure him of
this common yet most obnoxious dis
ease. The specialist gave him a bottle of
medicine and told him when and how
to use it.
The fool took the medicine home, took
one dose, put it on a shelf and made no
further effort to follow instructions.
Three months later with the medicine
still on the shelf he told a friend tnat
the specialist was a fake; that he had
paid him $50 and still had catarrh as
bad as ever.
This story i told for a purpose.
HYOMEI (pronounce it High-o-me)
won't cure catarrh if you don't breathe
it: it will cure catarrh if you breathe it
regularly.
Furthermore, you dort need to give a
catarrh specialist $50 to cure you of
vatarrh, for the specialist is yet to be
born who can write a better prescrip
tion tnan HYOMEI.
Kelly & Pollard and druggists every
where guarantee HYOMEI to cure ca
tarrh or money back. A complete outfit
which consists of a bottle of HYOMEI,
a hard rubber inhaler and simple in
structions for use "costs only $1.00 Sep
arate bottles of HYOMEI if afterward
needed cost but 50 cents. If you al
ready, own a HYOMEI inhaler you can
get a bottle of HYOMEI at Kelly &
Pollard's for 50 cents. X" stomacn
dosing just breathe it.
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ummer
pire Sept. 30
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Tratiel via the "Right Route East" and
take advantage of low round trip ex
cursion rates which are in effect until Sept.
30th. Return limited to October 31st.
We will be glad to quote rates and routes
and make Pullman reservations for you.
Ricnard Warren, Gen. Agt. H. D. McGregor, C. P. A.
Roberts-Banner Building.

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