Fourteen pounds potatoes, .25. Star Grocery Co., 219 San Antonio street.
Frank Carr has deeded to Mary L. Westlake lots 11 and 12, block 253, Campbell addition. Consideration $600.
Gustave Lemaire has sold to Sophia Mitzenberger parts of lots 4 and 5 in block 120, Campbell’s addition, for $500.
Several very fine samples of coal from Collector Bauche’s coal field near Juarez, were left at the TIMES office yesterday.
The public school teachers held a meeting at the Central school building yesterday morning to discuss the curriculum for the coming year.
Weather permitting, the McGinty band concert will attract a large crowd to the club garden this evening. The concert commences at 8 o’clock.
O.T. Bassett filed suit in the district court yesterday against F.N. Holbrook, principal, and Sam Schultz and S.W. Bolton sureties, on injunction bond.
While saluting a lady friend on San Antonio street yesterday, Mr. Newt, of the City Meat market, fell off of his bicycle got so badly mixed up with his wheel that friends had to extricate him.
The attorney general says Sheriff Cabel would be justified in shooting into the crowd if it was necessary to prevent the Corbett-Fitzsimmons fight from taking place in Dallas. It looks more and more like Juarez.
Yesterday morning after 2 o’clock a sneak thief badly frightened Mrs. Chas. Allen by entering her bed chamber and standing over her bed. She screamed aloud for help and neighbors went to her rescue but failed to catch the intruder.
A rapid talker can utter about two hundred words a minute. At ordinary speed one can speak at least 500 words in five minutes at the telephone. That costs 35 cents. To telegraph this same message to El Paso would cost more than $5- Las Cruces Democrat
Helen B. M’rose vs. J.L. Whitmore is the style of a suit filed in the district court yesterday. Mrs. M’rose sues for the possession of the manuscript of Hardin’s biography, and for one gold watch, a pistol and two rings, the value of which she alleges is ten thousand dollars.
The McGinty carnival committee is not allowing any grass to grow under its feet. The committee held a meeting yesterday afternoon and elected A. Solomon chairman and J.E. Townsend secretary. At three o’clock this afternoon the committee will meet and name its sub-committees.
A very enjoyable social was given by the Christian Endeavor Society, of the Christian church, at the residence of F.S. Young last evening. Forty or more were present and, after a few songs, the time was spent in partaking of ice cream and cake and playing games. The occasion will be long remembered as one of the most successful of its kind. Much credit is due and the thanks of the society is extended to Mr. And Mrs. Young for their help and generous hospitality, which contributed in a large measure to make it a success.