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LAS CRUCES AND
HERALD OX SALE IX LA3
C21UCES, X. 21.
Frank A. EaTTley, Agreat, opposlto
Dally Hernia on acle by Las Crnces
Drag Co., Camosze's Xctt Stand,
j confined to the Providence hospital. The
(accident happened on a ranch near Dem-
ins and Mr. Roseborough -was brought
to El Paso for treatment immediately
after the accident. He is well known In
Las Cruces and the Mesilla valley, hav
ing recently purchased the Carrera
home on the college drive between Las
Cruces and Mesilla Park.
Meeting Scheduled for Jan.
6 Postponed Becau3e the
Las Cruces, X. M., Jan.- 3. Because
neither governor George Curry nor
judge "W. J. Mills, the recently ap- '
pointed governor, could attend the good
roads meeting which was to have been
held at the armory under the auspices
of the Mesilla Tfe-lley chamber of com
merce on January 6, the meeting has
been indefinitely x postponed. This an
nouncement was made this morning by
secretary A. R. Coleman, of the cham
ber of commerce, after a message had
been received from the two men who
were to have been 'the guests of the
city and to have addressed the meeting
on the subject of good roads.
The subject of good roads, however,
is not being allowed to lose Interest
for the movement for better roads in
the valley is being boosted by the
ranchers. An effort will be made to
have a number of the convicts from the
Sa'nta Fe penitentiary stationed in the
valley for road building work. If this
can be done the El Paso road will be
completed to the Texas 1'ne to connect
with the one that El Paso county is
building north from El Paso.
Weak Kidneys, Backache, Rheumatism or Lumbago it is
absolutely essential, in order to obtain satisfactory results,
that you take a reliable preparation that acts directly on the
Kidneys. Many persons trust to luck for a cure. No remedy
will be found more satisfactory than
UPPER VALLEY TO '
HAVE HEW EOAD
Delays are dangerous. There is no more com
mon complaint than Kidney complaint Nature
always gives due warning and failure to heed
same may result in Diabetes, Lumbago, Bright's
Disease, or some other serious affection of the
Kidneys. Pineules are readily and naturally ab
sorbed and assimilated by the stomach, driving
out the poison due to disordered conditions of
the Kidneys or Bladder. They purify the blood
and invigorate the entire system. The first dose
will convince you that Pineules) will do all we
slaim for them. Get a bottle TO-DAY.
Pineules are put up in two sires; $1.00 and 50 cents. The dollar size contain
f$4 times as much as the 50 cent size.
JOHN W. KENNEDY & CO. Chicago, U. S. A.
Sold by Knoblauch Drug Company.
Santa Fe Grants Eight of
Way From Anthony to
Berino. X. M., Jan. 3 Announcement
is made by governor George Curry to
. P. E. Bowden. secretary of the Berino
Anthony Farmers' association that the
Santa Fe railroad will lease 40 feet
of Its right of wa for use as a public
road from the stat line at Anthony
north to Mesquite stition, a distance
of 10 miles. Mr. jEowden has been
working along the lines of this propo
sition since last fall when the Santa
Fe people offered 25 feet which is now
Increased to 40 feet.
Not anticipating the action of the
Santa Fe residents of Earlham have
opened a road outside of the railroad
right of way from that point north to
Mesquite about four miles of land for
the road being donated by Eli Newson,
F. M. Gallaher, TVm. Brown and Chas.
Messrs. Belk, the Bowden Ranch Co..
C. A. Thompson and others have fin- j
ished a reinforced concrete headgate j
with two outlet boxes into counter
ditches on each side the main ditch to j
replace lumber that formerly was there.
The initial expense, 43, was slightly
higher than a Jnmhor stnn.fiiro hut f
the durability makes it many times
Mr. and Mrs. Sattelle White and Mr.
and Mrs. C. J. -Anstrand. of El Paso,
were guests of Mrs. J. H. James re
cently. J. L. Thompson was a recent visitor
to El Paso with his daughters, Mrs. E.
K. Talbot and Miss Eileen Thompson.
The public school reopened this .morn
ing. C. X. Gibson has moved to his ranch
-which was leased to W. E. Raines until
lately and Mr. Raines now occupies the
ir. Wilson place.
The bridge across the river between
here and Chamberino is completed.
Sirs. Carl Price and children were
among the El Paso visitors recently,
while Mr. Price visited in Las Cruces!
Dr. J. A. Ptawlyi&s is making ex
tensive additions to his residence here,
while Geo. TV. North's home near An
thony, is being completed.
Considerable building is going on in
Berino since deeds to the town lots
are being issued by the probate judge
through whom the townsite application
S. G. Kilgore and Jeff Lewis are on
the sick list.
Quite a large acreage is ready for
wheat and alfalfa planting when water
is turned in from the river, which will
be done between now and January 15.
i LAS CRUCES CITIZEX
HAS LEG BROKEN AT DE3IIXG
Kicked on the leg by a vicious horse
while visiting his son near Deming, on
Christmas, J. C. Roseborough. of Las
Cruces, was brought here and is nov
Has Moving Picture Films
Showings How Streets
Moving pictures to show how paved
streets are kept In repair, will be
shown before the mayor and city coun
cil and any other persons interested in
street paving, in El Paso tomorrow. B.
B. Colborne,. representing a Kansas
City tlrm, was in conference with city
officiaU today making arrangements
for the exnnjkion and decided to hold
it Tuesday afternoon at 2 oclock In the
Empire theater on South El Paso
Mr. Colborne is not selling anything,
but is showing moving picture films
of machinery used for keepingstreets
in repair, and has 450 feet of these
films, showing the operation of keep
ing streets in good shape. While the
films are primarily for the eyes or
municipal officials. Mr. Colborne wants
all El Pasoans who are -interested, to
come and see them. The show is free.x
'El Paso is the best paved city in
the country for its size." said Mr. Col
borne today, in the office of the city
engineer Todd, "and you have no idea
the advertising it is giving the city. I
hear El Paso discussed wherever I go,
but I was really surprised at the ex
tent nnd quality of the paving you
have here. Keep it up: no city ever did
a better lot of advertising than it can
do by paving."
ANOTHER WRECK ON
THE ROOK ISLAND
GUILTY TO MURDER
Is Not Affected by Sight of
Bloody Knife Used to
With the same air of bravado that
lie evidenced when he was arrested on
a charge of murdering Gregorio Xavar
ette on Xov. 17, Jesus Perez declared in
justice Watson's court this morning that
he had stabbed Mrs. Rita Marshall to
show her that he was a man.
Justice Watson agam sTiowed 'him the
'blood stained knife, with which he had
ended Navarette's life -and had disfig
ured the Marshall woman, and, with
03es staring at the steel, he grinned
sardonically, and. with a shrug of his
shoulders, he sat down and glared at
the woman whose life he attempted to
Mrs. Marshall. avIio was reported miss
ing, had not left El Paso hut was with
friends in the southern part of the city
and did not know the authorities want
ed her until a few days ago, when thev
found Her. t?wl
She appeared in the justice court this
morning Ami 1 eras was bound over to '
the grand jurv in the sum of $500 on a I
charge of assaulting her with intent to j
Wrecked Train of Fridav
. Reaches El Paso 0 El
A special train, filling the place of
Rock Island train No. 3, wrecked near
Trenton, Mo., on Friday, arrived in EI
Paso shortly before 2 oclock yesterday
morning. The train was made up at
Kansas City, and carried the through
There were no El Paso persons on the
illfated train, according to local railroad
officials. Miss Frances M. Edgar, of
Wilmington, O.. a sister of Mrs. W. S
McMath, of this city, was an El Paso
Reports from Jolit, 111., tell of a
wreck on Rock Island train due here on
the evening of Jan. 4. The message
says that a portion of the train rolled
down a 10-foot embankment, but that
few were Injured. A cylinder head on
the locomotive blew out, spreading the
rails. It is understood. Southwestern
offices here have not been notified of
j Central lines regarding the personnel of
I some Texas and Mexican officers. Here
are a few of the changes:
G. Waldo, former general agent of
I Morgan steamship lines, has been ap
J pointed assistant general freight agent
chief clerk, as another assistant In the
same offices. S. G. Reed, former di
visional freight agent at Dallas, has
been appointed assistant general freight
agent of the H. and T. C. at Dallas.
R. H. Carmichael, former general agent
at Monterey. Mex., is a new general
agent at Galveston for the G. H. &
Si A. He succeeds H. M. Wilklns, re
signed. The changes took effect with the new
year's arrival. All of the "appointees
are known to the El Paso railway
at the home of J. A- Monroe, city pas
senger and ticket agent of the G. H. &
S. A. It was a boy, of course, which
j arrived at 1220 Prospect street, the
.Monroe roununouse. Air. Monroe Is re
ceiving congratulations from his
ABOUT RAILROAD PEOPLE.
3IESA AVEXUB CUOSSIXG
WASHOUT WEST ON
Several Trains Are Held Up
on Account of the
A washout down on the Southern
Pacific somewhere nobody seems to
know just where has delayed both
S. P. trains. Trains due yesterday ar
Golden State Limited train No. 4, due
at noon yesterday, arrived shortly after
7 oclock this morning. A stub depart
ed for the east at 11 oclock this morning.
The regular Southwestern No. 4 is" re
ported six hours late.
The S. P. train, due at G p. m.. ar
rived about 2 oclock. departing for the
east within a few minutes.
The new R.ock Island train No. 1, due
at 11:30 a m., arrived from the west 50
minutes late. The new No. 3, due at
5:40 p.m.. Is reported seven hours and
15 minutes late on account of connection
delays from eastern points.
The new Rock Island passenger train,
due from the east at 5:40 p. m., is re
ported seven hours and 15 minutes late.
The blockade which has kept at the
Mesa avenue crossing or the G. H. &
S. A. since before Christmas has been
raised and it is now possible to go to
I the transalpian side of the tracks with
j out doing any ground and lofty moun
' tain climbing over rock piles, small
mountains of dirt and barriers five rails
high. The paving company and the rail
road have been in a conspiracy to give
the north siders a smootn crossing over
the G. IT. tracks. The concrete base to
the crossing and the bkulithic paving
has been put down ad it Is now possible
to get home to dinner In the evening
without starting before luncheon.
PASSEXGER AGEXT HAS
A" IIELPER FOR NEW TEAR
"A 1910 model, with all the latest
Improvements," a new bit of family
equipment arrived on New Year's day
Eugene Fox, newly appointed gen
eral freight and passenger agent of the
E. P. & S. W., has gone to Clifton on
R. M. Hoover, assistant G. H. & S. A.
superintendent, went to Del RJo last
night on company business.
J. P. McKellar, first trick operator In
the G. H. & S. A. offices, with his fam
ily has returned from a holiday visit in
The busiest and mightiest little
thing that ever was "made is Chamber
lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. They
do the work whenever you require their
aid. These tablets change weakness
into strength, listlessness into energy,
gloominess into joyousness. Their ac
tion is so gentle one don't realize they
have taken a purgative. Sold by all
Tou'L oe surprised rc the results you
will get from a small want, rent or
for sale ad in The Herald. Will not
cost more than 25c to 50c Phone Bell
315. Auto 1113 and teU the girL
You Can Use Absolutely the
Finest Ingredients in Your
After all it is the extract you usa
which gives the predominant flavor.
That is why you should always ia
sist on getting
It gives that delicious, natara Saver
of the "finest Mexican Vanilla Beans."
When Burnett's Extracts are used
your delicacies are always a source of
pride. Insist on Burnett's.
Send hs yotrr grocer's name and we -vnM. aaaS
you, FREE, thirty-six orisin&I. tetect recipes
of delicious dainties easily and economically
You yrvl get sew ideas from this FREE Look.
JOStPH BURNETT COMPANY, 3S ha St Bart
LAS CRUCES ADVS.
LAS CRUCES ADVS.
GENERAL SII VKEUP ON
THE SIX SET CENTRAL LINES
There has been a general shakeup in
the traffic department of the Sunset
We produce In Hood's Sarsaparilla
a medicine that has an unap
proached record of cures of
Scrofula, eczema, eruptions, catarrh,
rheumatism, anemia, nervousness, that
tired fpp.linfr. Inc.s of arjDetite. etc.
The combination and proportions of
the more than twenty dmerent remeoiai
agents contained in Hood's Sarsaparilla
are known onty to ourselves, so there
can be no substitute.
This medicine makes healthy and
strong the "Little Soldiers" in your
blood, those corpuscles that fight the
disease germs constantly attacking you.
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OLDEST AHD STRONGEST
m DOHA AHA COUNTY
First National Bank
LAS CRUCES, N. M.
TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
AND SOLICITS YOUR PATRONAGE
OSCAR C SNOW, Pres. CAPT. S. J. WOODHULL, V. Prca. and Cash.
ROBERT DROSS, Asst. Cashier.