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L EA.SO HE JELAJLI) Tnesdlir October u, 1910. News Of the Great Southwest 3
News Of the Great Southwest K CROFT TAKES ON ITS WINTER AIR Water Committee Adopts. New Rules; School En rolment Encouraging. Cloudcroft, N. ZL, Oct. 11. It begins to look as though winter is expectejd In Cloudcroft. The electric lights have been turned off for some time, the feates leading into the park are locked a a Salves MELD LQU13 CURES ECZEH. Skin Sufferers! Drop Greasy and Xasty 31ctlicfaes. . That mild, sootninsr linuid. T) T. T). "Prescription, stops the awful itch with the xirst drops. A prescription of ac knowledged value. ' Get a trial bottle at 25c. It will take away the itch right away and you will sleep soundly. We assure you person ally of the merits of this remedy; for we KNOW. Kelly & Pollard, Sheldon Hotel Block. Money B ack at night and the hydants are being packed to prevent the water's freezing. The contractors will soon finish their work on the new Lodge. At a meeting of The water commit- A tee considerable business was uuiie. Some new rules and regulations were adopted. An important provision was that to prevent the wasting of the water. Many hydrants are now being re paired which for months have been allowed to work overtime. Since the first of this month, the trains are not to run on schedule time, and will bring mail, only on Mondays. However, mail will be brought up cy stage on Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays, making four times a week. The new lodge is taking on a finish ed appearance from the outside. Mr. Alexander secured some excellent pic tures of it. Last Friday closed the first month in the school year. There is a total en rollment of G8, an advance of IS over the first month last year. Thirty-eight pupils were neither absent nor tardy duringthe month. Mr. Parker and family have moved from their rooms below the depot to one of Mrs. Breckheimer's cottages in the park. They will eventually occu py the house in which Mr. Tatum now lies. Health and Beauty Answers BY MRS. MA'E MARTYX. !r FIXE ROASTING CORX RAISED AT VA ALEXTTXE Kelly & Pollard Guarantee Mi-o-na to Surely Cure In digestion and Stomach t Sickness. Ml-O-NA is guaranteed to cure indi gestion or any stomach trouble, or money back. It is jiot a makeshift remedy, but is a stomach tonic and up builder that taken regularly, will make the stomach strong and healthy. It builds up the nerves, puts rich blood in the veins, and stops headacnes and all nervousness. Whj- should any reader of the Herald hesitate to try this great stomach pre- Bcription when it doesn't cost a. cent unless it jures. In five' minutes it will banish after dinner distress, nervousness, gas eruc tations or heartburn Women who desire a lovely com pjextion, sparkling eyes, and perfect health should try MI-O-NA stomach tab lets. They cause the stomach to prop.-" srly digest food, keep the liver, stomacn and bowels in order and furnish nutri tious matter that makes pure rich red .blood. If you have any sickness caused by the stomach, such as sick headache, biliousness, dizziness, Constipation sleep lessness, nightmare ox nervousness, MI- O-NA stomach tablets will surely bring J you back to health Sold by Kelly & Pollard and -druggists everywhere, and guaranteed to do just as advertised. Free trial treatment on request, from Booth's Mi-o-na, Buf falo, N. Y. ' ROPING CONTEST COWBOY PARK JUAREZ November I to 6, Op ortumty Bookkeeping, Shorthand, Typewriting, Night and Day Classes. Instructions, Add ing Machine and Penman ship free. Bell 1147. Auto. 1229. !Ji w Many New Arrivals in the Valentine Valley; Rains Are General on the Ranges; Sheep Are Pastured. Valentine, Texas, Oct. 11- C. O. Fin ley is distributing among his Valentine friends roasting ears grown on 'his ranch, 12 miles east of town. These ears are large and show fully developed grains, which are sweet and juicy. This corn was not irrigated but just "grew up." C. T. Hawker has moved from his country home into the Pool residence, that his children may have school ad vantages. ' Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Janes, little son and sister, Grace Barlow, have gone to El Paso for a visit with Mrs. Janes mother, Mrs. Ward. W. F. McRee was in from his ranch and reports heavy rains have fallen over his range and good grass is as sured. Mr. McRee is pasturing 4500 head, of sheep, brought from the drouth stricken San Angelo range. H. A, Richards and family, of La Crosse, Kas., are here and will make Valentine their future home. They will occupy "Bitter Sweet" cottage. Mr. and Mrs. Lester S. Smith have moved into their residence. Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Mauldin and chil dren, of Chispa, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Bunton. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Twy effort, who have returned from New York City, are occupying the residence of Miss Vina Jones. P. T. Kleaver, manager of the experi mental farm, has' moved his family here from Oklahoma and is 'occupying one of the Foley-Smith houses. T. L. Bybee is visiting at the ranch home of J. M. Stroud. Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Hawker have traded to W. L. Cass one section of land for his well drilling outfit- L. Leveret is in from his ranch on the Candelaria road and reports a good rainfall in his locality. The Valentine Literary society met j in the auditorium of the public school I building. An interesting program, con sisting of a debate, music and readings was rendered. Homer Wood, employe of the G. H. & S. A., has resigned hisposition and gone to El Paso. He was relieved hy i J. F. Smith. Mrs. J. S." Wrinkles and other marks I or approacmng oJa age which now worry you are very common. However, you will not have to worry if you will follow this simple treatment. Ap ply to your face every night i grease less cream jelly made by mixing two teaspoonfuls glycerine and one ounce almozoin into one-half pint cold wa ter. Stir and let stand several hours before using. Massage freoi'entlv with this cream. It will re'ox e . all and excess oil from the skin pores and in time you will not nave i roiu 1, riniOed face, but .i fresn, smoorli. clean-looking skin of velvey ie'.:re. I als" find this prepari", in excellent for removing tan, sunburn, black heads, freckles and i.irge porea -n lhe skin. R. P. N.: To whiten and beautify your face, neck and arms, dissolve four ounces of spurmax in a half pint of hot water, adding two teaspoonfuls glycerine. Apply this lotion freely and it will tone up your skin wonderfully and quickly. It makes the skin soft and smooth, and will remove that shiny, muddy look which is so annnv ing to you. You will find this lotion much better to use than face powdei. as it does not rub off easily like pow der nor does it give one's face that 'powdered look." I fine this sparmax lotion excellent for removing and pre venting freckles, chapping and rough ness of the skin. Mrs. R. P.: If your hair is getting so thin that you have to wear false ! hair, you should begin at once a treat- ' ment to rid your scalp of dandruff, ' which is the direct cause of all scalp and hair troubles. If you will mix together an ounce of quinzoin. one-half j pint of alcohol and one-half pint of ' cold water, j-ou will have a depend- J able remedy for your hair troubles, i Rub this gently into the roots of the , dirt I hair twice a week, and it Avill destroy I lilir ucxnu u.l, dLv j wui 4uiiiii0 ncii oaau in time promote a new growth of nair. This quinine tonic apDlied regularly will make your hair soft, lustrous and keep it from splitting at the ends. Minnie H.: As you do not like the idea of wearing glasses., since ihey j make you look so much older, why ; don t you try treating them first with a good eye tonic? If you will get "-an ounce of crystos, dissolve it in a pint of water j ou will have an eye remedy that will prove very refreshing and strengthening. Drop a few drops In each eye two or three times a day, and I am sure it will not smart the eyes. I find it excellent for dull, tirei watery eyes, and a great aid even to those who have to wear glasses. J. O.:. To remove those disfiguring hairs from your face and forearms mix a little delatone with enough water to make a paste, cover the surface of tre skin where the unsightly hars are growing, let it remain two or three minutes, then wipe off and wasli the surface with warm water. Although your druggist will charge you a dol lar for an ounce of delatone, this safe treatment for superfluous hair is pre ferred to the electric needle, for dola tone is painless, less expensive and can be applied in the privacy of your own home. Should the hairs return, they will be light, thin and straggly. A second or third treatment with dela tone will remove them forever. Josephine: .In treating your scalp for dandruff, it is necessary to keep the scalp as clean as possible. Sham poo freely and as often as you need it, but never use soap -or a soap jelly, as the alkali will make your hair dull, lifeless and your scalp harsh. Sham poo with a teaspoonful of canthrox dis solved in a cup of hot water: then rinse in clear water. You will find this a wonderful shampoo; it will" put new life into your hair and cleanse your scalp as no other shampoo will. It lathers freely, dries quickly with out streaking and leaves the hair lus trous, fluffy and easy to do up. After the hair is dry apply the same tonic recommended -to Mrs. R. P. Victoria: As long as your blo'd. is loaded with impurities, those impuri ties will be forced through your skin, and the application of external reme dies will do no lasting good, for thev do not reach the cause. Dissolve one ounce of kardene and one-half cup of sugar in one-half pint of alcohol; thn add. hot water to make a full iuart, andl you will have enough inexpensive, old-fashioned remedy to rid your blood ot impurities, stimulate your liver and correct your digestion. Take a table spoonful before each meal and your sallow skin will again take on the beautiful color nature intended you to have. Your circulation and general health will prove. and the sores, blotches, redness- and other eruptions will cease to trouble you. No bezter general system tonic can be made chai by following this kardene recipe. Try it. and get rid of that "run-down" feeling. .luliet: Yes. any one afflicted with superfluous flesh is always at a big disadvantage, whether married or sin gle. To get rid of that annojing fat, stop at your druggists the next ime you are down town and get four ounces of parnotis. Dissolve this in 1 pints hot water and take- a table spoonful three times a day (five m.n utes before each meal), and your bur densome flesh will soon be cut down. The effeot of this harmless remedy is generally noticeable within a wjek, and you will feel much better -UkWl--Jl .M4V, iKStt I Am Now READY To Sell You a FALL SUIT I do HOt handle clothing utore clothes. Bob Moore 0pp. the P. 0. 1 i If you want the best 1 meats at the lowest I prices, call i Opitz Market I Both Phones I EAROHED FAR AND WIDE BLSBEE MEXICAN DON'T LIKE SHOW Threatens Vengeance; Has kell Denies Extradition; jSTew Flagpole. Bisbee, Ariz., Oct 11. A letter signed "Not a D Fool" was found 'on the stage of the Orpheum theater threat ening the artists with vengeance if they would not discontinue presenting .the comedy, "The Land of Manana." The unknown author, who styles -himself as "a real Mexican," says the play hurts his patriotic sentiments and con siders it as slurring the Mexicans. The extradition of XV. A. Coutant from Oklahoma, requested by the ter ritory of Arizona, was refused by gov ernor Haskell and the sheriff of Co chise county has returned from Okla homa City without his prisoner. i xue j-ioretLO auaueuiy xia.s a new flagpole, presented by the Knights of Columbus. I The Mosher meat market .was pur chased by E. A. Tovrea. Noted Invalid, Now in Ly- Mns, Ky., Says That She .Is in Better Health Than Ever Before. FAR3IIXGTOX TO HAVE A XEW IRRIGATION DITCH Lykins, Ky. "I have traveled far," writes Mrs. Martha Dingus, from this place, "in search of health. I doctored a great deal with a great many differ ent doctors, but with little result. I have been a noted invalid for 20 years, for I had nearly every disease that my sex is heir to. Eut since using Cardui, I have been steadily "improving. Though now 46 years old, I am in bet ter health than I have been in 20 years. i I trive Cardui the'eredit for it, and feel it my duty to inform you what Cardui has done for me." The reason why Cardui is so excep tionally successful in relieving women's troubles, after other treatments fall, is j that it is a woman's tonic a str-engtn- ening remedy for women, made .es- pecially for women, from ingredients I that act specifically on the womanly or i gans, and help nature to build up the i womanly constitution. ,Not a strong, i mineral mixture, but a mild, vegetable remedy, that cannot harm either young j or old. j Your druggist "will tell you that Car dui is just the remedy that you should try. "Will you do so? Fair Is Held on the Xavajo Indian Res ervation: Xcw Drus: Store Opens; Homeseekers From Clovit Arrive. Farmington, N. M., Oct. 11. Authen tic information comes that construction of the Illinois ditch, a mamnfoth irri gation project for the Farmington country, will begin about Dec 1. The engineering corps is now in the field locating the line. This project is to cost about $260,000 and will be com pleted within IS montns. The annual fair foir the Navajo in dian reservation is now on in full blast at Shiprock agency, 35 miles west of Farmington. The attendance is re ported as 15,000 indians and "5000 whites. People from nearly all states in the union are in attendance. A new "drug store is being opened in Farmington by Mr. Burrows 'and asso ciates, of Santa Fe. They contemplate a $15,000 stock. A- local garage is exerting itself to maintain an auto line regularly be tween Farmington and Gallup, but ow ing to bad condition of Toads is meet ing with indifferent success. Vegetation in this section is yet un injured by frost, although La Plata mountains, to the north, are already covered with snow. Since it is discovered that splendid well water can be had at moderate depth, several wells are being sunk in various parts of San Juan county. Mr. Howze, grain dealer, of Dalhart, Texas", is here looking over the field for an opening for the grain business. "Several citizens of Ouray, Telluride and Silverton, Colo., in the high alti tudes, are making arrangements for their families to. spend the winters in Farmington. A train of 25 wagons loaded with homeseekers from Clovis, Tucumcarl and other eastern New Mexico points, are expected to arrive here next Sat urday. The labor market of Farmington is about fulL A rush of laborers to this section has been on for some time. headquarters at Wichita, Kan. The new company is making preparations to boost trie town. Mr. Grogan will spend the winter in Oklahoma seeking other investments. The plans for the new hotel to occu py the burned district on Main street, have been accepted and as soon as the specifications are completed bids will be asked for to finish the work. The survey of the property has been made and all the debris removed. The plans embrace a basement for billiard rooms, ets., with two floors above, the lobby facing on Second, street, and the build ing to be finished in mission style with stucco work. It is hoped to have the work completed early in the year. J. F. Hopkins is in Tucumcari mak ing preparations for the arrival of a number of promoters of the Caprock mines, 25 niiles south of here, with the view of installing machinery and open ing up the mines. The county commissioners met in regular session at the court house and transacted routine business, nothing of importance being before them. The next regular meeting will be held the first Monday in December, which is also the annual road session. Some one entered the- office of Dr. H. T. Still while he was out to supper, and removed a number of, rugs, a mir ror and some smaller articles of furni ture. The first meeting of the Bay View club for the new year was held at the J home of Mrs. Eugene Gordon on Cen ter street, with a good crowd in attend ance. i FOOT BALL GOLF BASKET BALL The 3 Winter Sports Full line of A, G. Spalding & Bros. Athletic Goods carried, in stock at all times. No Substitution Permitted Here High neck, V neck Sweaters and Jerseys; also Coat Sweaters and Coat Jerseys. WHY NOT. BE WARM THIS WINTER? W. G. WALZ COMPANY 'Southwestern Distributors, A. G-. Spalding & Bros. Sporting and Athletic Goods. 103 El Paso St. Price Lists and Catalogues Furnished on Application TUCUMCARI TOWXSITE IS TAKEN" UP I1Y C03IPANV. DISTRICT COURT OPENS SESSION'S AT CARLSBAD Plans for New Hotel Are Prepared; County Commissioners Hold RegTiIar Meeting; Doctor is Robbed. Tucumcari, X. M., Oct. 11. L. B. Gro gan, owner of the Hudson townsite, 13 miles east of here, has announced the sale of his holdings to a company with BUTTERLESS FRUIT,CAKE. Many housewives say it is impossible to make a good fruit cake without but ter. The recipe below will give you as rich, flavory a fruit cake as you ever tasted; yet there is no butter in it: Mix four cups sifted pastry flour, one level teaspoon soda, two level teaspoons mixed spices (except cloves), one fourth level teaspoon salt and two cups seeded and quartered raisins. Add also one-half cup nuts chopped fine, if you like. Blend one-half cup Cottolene with one cup brown sugar and one cup white sugar, add one cup molasses, one cup milk and then the flour mixture. Beat well and bake in two pans Many Sentences Are Passed: Bridge and Woman's Clubs Open Their Sea sons; Presbyterians Give Supper. Carlsbad, N. M., Oct. 11. The fall term of the fith judicial district court ha been in session in this city for the past week and has disposed of numer ous civil cases. The grand jury b-as so far returned eight true bills and three no bills. Seven of tfiose indicted have been placed under arrest and are held in jail awaiting trial. They are as fol lows: John Lee charged with alter ing check: Francisco Carasco, for vio lation of the deadly weapon act; Tobe Long, charged -with abduction; "Bat" Harris, charged with murder; Torivio Olguin, charged with unlawfully dis charging a pistol within the city lim its and also carrying a pistol; David E. Houss, charged with manslaughter. In the case of Bat Harris, who is held in connection with the killing of Clabe Merchant, on the Hagler-Washington ranch, only a few weeks ago, a motion for a, change of venue was sustained by the court and the case set for trial -j in Chaves county. The fall session of the Carlsbad Bridge club opened its series of games Thursday at "Alameda," the riverside home of Mrs.; E. P. Bujac. Mrs. J. r. Merchant won honors. Mrs. Li. M. Canfleld and Mrs. Agnes Wallis each celebrated the anniversa ries of her birth this past week by en tertaining friends. The former, who is a "grandma," entertained-a number of the other grandmothers. The will of the late S. T. Bitting was opened and read this week. It pro vides for ar division of the estate into four equal parts at the time Sam T., jr., arrives at his majority. Until that time the widow is to receive the entire in come from the estate. J. O. Cameron, H. A. House and "W. R. Owen were' named as executors, but as the two former are now nonresidents of the territory, Elliott Hendricks and C. M. Richards will be named in their places The Woman's club held its first meet ing of the season last week. An in teresting program was rendered and a program outlined for the coming sason. The women off the Presbyterian church served a chicken potpie for the benefit of the court attendants and the citizens in general in the armory and realized a neat sum for the organ fund of the church. El GRAHAM SUPERVISORS ARE USED BY TERRITORY Only Case of the Kind Ever Tried In Arizona Is Now Being: Heard In Court at Solomonvllle. Solomonville, Ariz-., Oct. 11. Ex-Gov Kibbey and attorney general Wright r.re both in Solomonville to attend the case of the territory vs. Graham coun ty. The territory has brought suit to Do Your Thursday Shopping THURSDAY being a holiday, our store mil oe closed all day. We make tliis aimoimceiaent to spare our customers the disappoint ment of coming down town and finding our doors closed. Do your Tmirsday shopping tomorrow. A score or more of genuinely good bar gains will ampiy repay you for buying a day in advance. 'Twill surely be a busy day with the enticing offerings on every hand priced as only "The Popular" can price them. THESE PRICES ARE FOR WEDNESDAY 01TLY. C- "40c Ribbons, 19c Extra quality all silk taffeta and messaline Ribbon, four to six inches wide, in a great variety of good shades; a yard 50c Waist ,Pin Sets, 28c Gold front waist and collar pins, a set of three in a neat box, good wearing quality and pretty style. 50c values ; , r Q a set .20C $1.00 Eat Pins, 48c Beautiful, new style hat pins; set with brilliants and many colored jewels. A special lot including many regular $1.00 A fir styles; each f'fJ $2.00 Metal Clocks, $1.39 Handsome little mantel clocks of gilt or gunmetal. Perfect time keepers and very ornamental. A specially good $2.00 value is priced - tj OQ Wednesday ? L..Js 20c Madras Shirtings, 15c Pine soft finish madras shirtings in a large assortment of neat striped patterns; fast color and of extra quality. -i E 20c" value V .' lt-FC 35c Bath Robing, 29c Extra quality, extra heavy fleeced cotton bath robe material, in good colors and nice designs, for men's or women s garments, 35c quality. .'. 22 l-2c Kimono Crepe, 17c Unusually pretty designs in good quality -cotton kimono crepes, 30 inches wide and in a variety of very desirable colors.' i 7 A 22 l-2c quality, 1 C Children's Union Suits, 25c Medium weight, cotton, fleeced union suits for girls of four to twelve years; well finished, and garments that fit well. ry & Extra value &DG $1.25 Umbrellas, 98c Twenty-six and twenty-eight in. umbrellas, made of good fast bldck, silk finish material, strong frame, steel rod and Qft- fancy handles, $1.25 val.. yOC 25c Week Beads, 15c Very pretty and stylish neck laces of fancy cut beads in all colors, with metal clasp. The kinds we regularly sell for 25c; on Wednesday, -j cLTj ...................... $1.25 Silk Veils, S7c Extra quality sewing silk veils, 21-2 yards long, deep hemmed ends, and wide woven border. In black, white and all colors. Reg ular $1.25 g -r values UiC $1.25 Knit Petticoats, 79c Made of good quality, ribbed, knee length, in all the good plain colors and fancy stripes. Our regular $1.25 styles, on vj q Wedensday, each L C 50c Boys' Gauntlet Gloves, 39c ' Good leather gloves with deep gauntlet, ornamented and fring ed, in black and tan. All sizes, . in the regular 50c quality, oa a pair 3 C 50c School Blouses, 39c Boys' blouse waists, some styles with collar attached, others with ncekband: In light, dark and medium colors. All regu- o q . lar 50c styles 5 JG $1.35 Black Taffeta, 95c Pull yard wide, all silk; guaran teed Taffeta. A splendid quality for waists, dresses and petti coats. Regularly $1.35 a yard, on Wednesday q " onlv ' J !D C 45c Cashmere, 33c Good quality cashmere, suitable for children's dresses or house' garments. 36 inches wide, in black, white and all colors. Reg ular 45c value, a yard 5 5C 55C Sheets, 38C (Basement) - Pull size seamed sheets, - 72x90 . inches, hemmed and of good quality muslin. Only four of these will be sold to each cus tomer. Regularly 55c, Oft each O OC $1.50 Velvet Rugs, 98c (Basement) Only a few of these. Velvet rugs, 25x52 inches, good colors, in a variety of oriental and floral de signs. A regular $1.50 q q quality, each fOC 35c Men's Mufflers, 23c Knit mufflers made- of fine mer cerized yarn in white, black and all colors. A style and quality regularly sold for 35c. r q Each v. ZoC $19.50 Dresses, $12.65 Special lot, manufactoer's sam ple line of new fall style dresses, only one or two of a kind, in stvles worth up to -i r . $19.50. Special .. 3l-.OD Slippers for Evening Wear and Dancing QTYLISH, handsome Slippers, just the kinds that are wanted for wear with evening-gowns and for 'dancing. Made over perfectly formed lasts, they are comfortable as well as of good appearance. The new styles we show are the Roman three-strap sandals; black velvet slip pers; black and light blue satin; pink suede; black suede, beaded; patent leather beaded, and, a host of other very desirable ones. Let our ex pert fitters fit you. Prices are, $3.50, $4.00 and $5.00 a Pair. STORE WILL OPEN AS USUAL FRIDAY STORE CLOSED ALL DAY THURSDAY secure a writ of mandate against the board of supervisors to levy a road tax of 25 cents on each $100 of prop erty. This is the first case of the kind to be 'heard in the territory under the new law. The outcome is looked for with great interest. A new real estate firm is doing busi ness now at Solomonville. K. XV. Sloan, lata cashier of the Gila Valley Bank being finished at many of the ranches about town. The Big ranch purchased 80 head of Hereford cattle of E. L. Tidwell. These will run on pasture until spring and then be sold for beef. LUBBOCK TO BE REPRESBXTED AT THE TEXAS STATE FAIR Lubbock, Texas, Oct. 11. The "city ot and Trust company, has gone into busi- j Lubbock, which is on a survey of the ness with H. XV. Bishop. Quanah, Acme & Pacific railroad, will The imh cutting ot anaiia is just i join other towns in this section and I participate in the exercises of "Quanah Route day" at the Texas state fair, October 24. EL PASOAA" BUILDS A HOME AT DEMIXG Deming, N. M., Oct. 11. J. C. Huff. of El Paso, is building a brick house for himself in Deming, X. M. Mr. Huff came to Deming in March to build the Luna county court house and has done considerable building since he has been here.