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L PASO HERALD
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Hundreds of them here to
choose from and every one
We must move and all
stock must move before we
do. Come and take advan
tage of the Big Bargains on
account" of Removal Sale
DjSXLAS MAX DEXTJSS HE IS
CANDIDATE FOR C030HSSIOX
Dallas, Texas, Jan- 14. Hatton W.
Summers, of this city, today, denied
xhat he had entered the .race against
chairman Msyfield for Xhe railroad
commission, but did not deny that he
. might do so later. ,
He said: "I did not authorize the dis
patch from Bryan that I am a candi
date and am not prepared at this time
to make an announcement regarding'
the railroad commission's race."
Try a -want ad In The Herald.
Cy I I .OCOWBTIVtl j I
Safety aai Comfort
NEW OELEANS AND
ALL POINTS EAST
DINING CARS, OB
.' ALLOWED AT
3N ALL TICKETS
City Ticket Office
ST. REGIS HOTEL
Mexican Is Found Murdered
Near Colonia Dublan A
Man Killed on Railroad
Colonia Dublan, Mes., Jan.. 14. Quite
a number of the Diaz residents are preparing-
outfits, and are going away to
work on the new railroad now build
ing: between Terrazas station and Ma
dera. As the road is finished, going1 from
Terrazas, the workers move farther and
farther away from Dublan. They are
so far away now that they seldom come
to town unless upon urgent business.
Superintendent Ferris and chief engi
nerr Bryant are expecting to go to the
city of Chihuahua this week, to confer
with Gen. Terrazas and to make ar
rangements for a right of way through
the La Rusla farms belonging to him.
The Carrolitos company is preparing
to put in a very heavy crop of corn.
A Mexican was killed near the ceme
tery at La Ascension this week. Upon
the dead man's head were found threo
ugly gashes, evidently made with an
axe. When found he gripped a pistol
in his hand. So far there is no clue
as to who committed the murder, or for
what cause It was done.
All quarantine regulations have been
raised. During the last week there have
been either public or private parties
almost every evening. School has re
opened. Last evening a light shower of rain
"Word has reached Dublan that a Mex
ican laborer was killed at the new rail
road camp. He accidentally fell from a
It appears that they have not been
able to locate suitable timber on the
Womer ranch for the heavier work on
the railroad and they are having to
ship it from Madera, by way of El Paso.
A number of the farmers intencTto
rent their farms or let -them lay Idle
and go and work on the railroad this
REV. R. B. SMITH TO GET
$2400 AT ROSWELL
OCCURS AT GLOBE
Young Man Shoots Brother
of Girl on Whom He is
Globe, Ariz., Jan. 14. Tony Brand
was shot and probably fatally injured
by Louis Sinez late last night. The
cause of the shooting is unlearned.
Brand went home at 10 o'clock last
night and found Sinez with his sister
and trouble arose between them. Sinez
drew a revolver' and shot Brand
through the right chest. It Is reported
this morning that Brand may die. Sinez
.was captured an hour after the shoot
IsTew Mexico Baptists Meet
There jSTews Notes
Roswell, N. M., Jan. 14. The Rev.
Robert Smith has arrived here from El
Paso to take the pastorate of the First
Baptist church of Roswell at a salary
of $2,400 per year.
The meeting of the executive com
mittee of the New Mexico Baptist con
vention, known as the Baptist board,
held here recently, was attended by
Rev. R. C. Medaris,s pastor at Peevs;
Rev. R. C. Medaris, pastor at Pecos;
and editor of the New Mexico Baptisa,
and J. L. Rispord of Melrose, Sunday
school missionary for the board. Rev.
A. E. Boyd, pastor at Artesia, appeared
before the board on business.
The first quarterly apportionment of
the public school fund for 1910, amount
ing to 7,000, has been made by super
intendent of schools, C. C. Hill.' The
number of school children in Chaves
county, according to the school census,
One minute and 31 seconds was the
record made by the 900 pupils In the
Central school building In getting out
of the building on a surprise fire lest
The charity ball is to be held January
21 In the armory and the music will
be furnished by nearly 40 musicians.
G. A. Smith of Denver, who recently
bought the W. T. Mills 200 acre farm
some eight miles southeast of town, has
arrived here with two carloads of
household goods to take possession,
Mrs. Smith having been here several
da3's awaiting him.
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Ross have gone
to El Paso for a short stay, before
leaving for Los Angeles, seeking a
lower altitude for Mrs. Ross.
Roswell camp No. 13297, Modern
"Woodmen of America, initiated a class
of 30 men recently.
T. J. Rhodes and S. L. Molden of
Peru, Ind., have bought the Calloway
farm near Cumberland at 150 per acre
$30,000 for the tract and will bring
their families and effects from Indiana
in a few -weeks.
CAPITAX HAS HORSE RACE,
FOOT RACE AXD DOG FIGHT
A Special Feature Of Nations'
Having government inspectors is a feature solely of Nations' as no other mar
ket in El Paso, or in fact in the southwest, has secured this protection for its
customers. "Government inspected" means doubly inspected. That is, there is
one inspector at the slaughter house. He examines the product On the hoof
and sees that it is healthy and in a fit condition. He must also 0. K. all prod
ucts after slaughtering to see that they have been properly handled. Then,
there is another inspector at our down town market. He again examines, and
0. K.'s, all meats. In addition, it is his duty to see that the market proper and
the sausage Htchen are kept absolutely clean. We fully appreciate that gov
ernment inspection, alone, does not make good meats. However, it goes a long
way toward protecting customers. This feature is only one of a hundred pre
cautions that enter into giving our customers the best market service in El,
Mountain Park Eggs
They come from the model poultry farm at
Mountain Park, X. aT., and without hesitation
we say t'hey are the finest eggs brought to El
. Blue Valley Butter
"Blue Valley" being the beat butter brought to
El PasOj you naturally expect to find it &t
Xaiions' and are not disappointed.
TTJIiAROSA NEWS XOTES.
Tnlnrnsa. N. M.. Jan. 14. S. P. Con
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crer. tne discoverer uj. mtr um,y - i -w...... w, u. -jv .
Pet Dog Xursed Back to 1.1 fo Stands
Guard at Bed of Sick Mistress
Lincoln, N. M., Jan. 14. Lincoln re
cently had a fine horse xace, a foot
race, a dog fight and a social dance, all
hand running. The horses were owned
and run by residents of the place. The
first race was run with saddles, the
last bareback. A neat little purse was
up, and was won by the sorrel horse,
run by Miguel Luna. The big boy came
out ahead in the boy's race and the little
dog whipped in the fight.
SeTeral couples gathered at the home
v. mino in the territory, will do
some work this spring in the oldest
mine in the country. He will work the
ore on the ground under a new process.
Dr. V. M. Pinkley has moved in the
rooms formerly occupied by N. Cano in
the Coghlan block.
Mrs. W. M. Harkness has sold her
property here and moved to La Luz.
Irby L. Fairless is on the sick list.
T. B. Meek has purchased the R. Rom
L. O. Spencer, of Minneapolis, Minn.,
is here as the guest of his brother,
Frank Spencer, manager of the Har
vey curio shop at the union station.
Have Made Many El Paso Residents
No wonder scoresof El Paso citizens
grow enthusiastic It Is enough to
make anyone happy to find relief after
years of suffering. Public statements
like the following are but truthful rep
resentations of the daily work done in
El Paso by Doan's Kidney Pills.
Mrs. Blanche Cleavenger, 1223 E.
Overland street, El Paso, Texas, says:
"For eight years I was subject to at
tacks of kidney trouble. If I took cold,
it invariably settled in my kidneys and
caused a dull ache in nvy back and right
hip. There was also a soreness across
my loins and I had chills. The kidney
secretions were scanty and distress
ing in passage and caused- me much an
noyance. About a year ago my com
plaint became worse. Doan's Kidney
Pills were finally recommended to me
and procuring abox at Kelly & Pol
lard's drug store, I began their use.
They strengthened my kidneys and
proved of benefit in every way."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other.
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In our Grocery Department we have selected several Saturday specials. -ou
will find them, at the prices offered, to be unusually good bargains.. '
Green Gage Plum
THE 45c JARS FOR 35c
Bishop's California Tomato
Catsup. .Contains no pre
servative or coloring matter
of any kind. On sale tomor
row, the 25c bottles for 20c.
IN POUND CANS,
ON SALE TOMOR
ROW AT 20c
Bishop's California Tomato
Catsup. Contains no pre
servative or "coloring matter
of any kind. On sale tomor
row, the 15c bottles for 10c.
Mrs. Everet Stokes, of Capitan, is at
Dr. Law's sanatorium.
Sebe Gray, of Capitan, was a recent
Mr. "Wilson, of Capitan, has been up '
on business. )
Another dance is being1 arranged for
the near future.
The last act of the county commis
sioners was not their least while here.
They made one of the prisoners the
happiest of all men, by not only grant
lng him a release, but by taking him
with them, back to his former resi
dence. Charlie Wlngfleld, of Ruidoso, was
Judge, a 6monthso!d dog owned by
a Texas woman, well known In New
Mexico, was severely 111 last month. It
was thought that he was dead three
times, in one nlghtr but by the hand of
providence and good pursing, ithe little
dog's life was spared. Recently his
mistress, who had nursed him, had a
raging fever. The little dog got at the
head of her bed, refused' to be moved,
and sat there wide awake, watching her
all night. The only time that the pup
moved was when a feverish hand wa3
tossed within his reach. At such times
he never failed to lick the hand tender
SUPREME COURT SUSTAINS
London's breaks up a cold
" . tew nours clears tea
neaa relieves delicate
as a 1 membranes
Pleasant to take abso-i
lately pure and ztzar-
anteea. Don t necr-
: colds and ccthav
fever, asthma, deaf-
iness, catarrh, etc. Get handy
.auiuiary ac or ouc raoe, or
Free Sample as Your
oooines, aea-is, cleanses, cures.
A SlnclO QDOlIcatlfin Tirnru
85,000 druKjrtgw ssll Kondon'sand
recommena is unaer our posit Ire
guirauire. unia ior iree
Hondoa Mfcr. Co.
Mexican Customs Broker at Xojjales,
Sonora, Is Taken to xfermoxillo
to Stand Trial.
Nogales, Ariz.., Jan. 3,4. News of a
decision of the supreme court of the
United States, just handed down, is that
the extradition of Eduardo Ramirez,
ordered deported by judge Campbell of
Tucson, has been sustained, notwith
standing the fact that the territorial
supreme court held averse to judge
Ramirez, with two brother, customs
brokers at Nogales, Sonora, accused of
gorging custom house receipts In 1907,
thereby, It Is alleged, defrauding the
Mexican government of a large amount.
He came to the American side and the
Mexican government wished to extra
dite him and after his arrest here he
was taken before judge Campbell at
The Ramirez brothers are very
wealthy and influential in 'Mexico and
the case was hard fought on both sides,
the Mexican government persisting that
he should be brought to trial and he
stoutly fighting it. "When judge Camp
bell's decision was rendered, the attor
neys of Ramirez appealed to the su
premo court of Arizona on writs of
habeas corpus and certiorari and the
court ordered that he be held under
$25,000 bonds, provided the federal gov
ernment wished to prosecute.
While on bond Ramirez moved with
his family from Nogales to Los Angeles,
where he "was arrested, taken to Her
moslllo and placed In jail.
Bracy Curtis, Dr. McGrew, Li. E. Rich
ardson, H. J. Karns and Dr. Gustetter
went to Tucson in Dr. Gustetter's au
tomobile recently. Some members of
the party went to Los Angeles to wit
ness the aviation flights.
ITEW 3IE33CO BOARD
RAISES RAIIiROAD VAIUES.
Carry Appoints Delegates to Legisla
tion Congress Convicts Are Work
ing on Slogollon Highway.
Santa Fe, N. M., Jan. 14. The terri
torial board of equalization Is fixing
railroad values. It is stated that the
Santa Fe road will have to pay a slight
Increase on account of assessments of
terminal improvements at Santa Fe,
Raton, Las Vegas and Albuquerque.
There will be a slight reduction, how-"
ever, on mileage outside of these four
towns. Assessments of other roads will
scarcely be changed.
Gov. Curry has appointed the follow
ing delegates to the conference on uni
form legislation, which meets at Wash
ington, Jan. 17, 18 and 19: Delegate W.
H. Andrews, Albuquerque; F. W. Par
ker, Las Cruces: H. O. Bursum, So
corro; C. A. Spiess and A. A. Jones, Las
Vegas; C. A. Richardson. Roswell; J. G.
Fitch, Socorro; A. C. Vorheef, Raton,
and B. J. Viljoen, La Mesa.
The New Mexico National guard has
received an Invitation to participate in
the maneuvers which are expected to
take place the coming- summer at Atas
Forty convicts, in charge of mounted
policeman Page B. Otero, have gone
to Silver City to begin work on the
Silver City-Mogollon highway, which is
being undertaken by the good roads
RAIN FALLS AT ALPINE;
STOCK3IEN USE AUTOMOBILES
Alpine, Tex., Jan. 14. Alpine was vis
ited by another rain Thursday.
Mrs. A. T. Winder and little daughter
have gone to California to speSfd a few
A. S. Gage, of San Antonio, was in
Alpine a few days recently.
Capt. D. G. Franks, of Del Rio, was
a visitor in Alpine lately.
L. G. Harmon and family, of Marath
on, spent a few days in Alpine recently.
J. B. Irving has returned from, a busi
ness trip to El Paso.
W. D. Louthian, formerly a resident
of Alpine, was down from his ranch
near Valentine recently.
G. W. Blackburn was in from the
W. K. Bates, of Marathon, was in
Alpine for a few days.
P. H. Pruett was in from his ranch
for a short time this week.
J. C. Bird came in from his ranch and
returned the same day in his auto. Quite
a number of the stockmen in this coun
try own automobiles which they prefer
to horses in going- to and from their
Bisbee, Ariz., Jan. 14. J. w. Patter
son, one of the leading: business men
Of this eltv. who wa nnaraliul .
- - .. rv.u uu Alii.
appendicitis and peritonitis, died yes
J Guy B. Russell, formerly operator at
the Western Union, has disappeared
An official report of Dr. John Hajran
I on vital statistics shows that births
outnumbered deaths in the Wan-on rti.
j tricts during- last year. One hundred and
jiurLy-oue utatas ana zi Dirths were
registered. Of the latter 225 were
white, 17 Mexican and one negro.
The Bisbee Rifle club will challeng-a
the Miles Standish Rifle club of Port
land, Maine, for a telegraphic match.
In the wrestling match between
Hazard and Anderson, Anderson was the
To overcome the. well-grounded and reasonable objections of
the more intelligent to the use of secret, medicinal compounds,
Dr. R. V. Pierce, of Buffalo, N. Y., some time ago, decided to
make a bold departure from the usual course pursued by the
makers of put-up medicines for domestic use, and so has pub
lished broad-cast and openly to the whole world, a full and
complete list of all the ingredients entering into the composition of his widely
Thus Dr. Pierce has taken his numerous patrons and patients
into Ms full confidence. Thus too he has removed his med
xcines from among secret nostrums of doubtful merits and
placed them in a class all by themselves by making them
remedies OP KMOWM COMPOSITION. By this bold step Dr.
Pierce has shown that his formulas are of such excellence
that he is not afraid to subject them to the fullest scrutiny.
Not only does the wrapper of every bottle of Dr. f
Pierce's (aolden medical uiscovery, the famous
medicine for weak stomach, torpid liver or bilious
ness and all catarrhal diseases wherever located,
have printed upon it in plain English, a full and
complete list of all the ingredients composing it,
but a small book has been compiled from numer
ous standard medical works, of all the different
schools of practice, containing very numerous ex
tracts from the -vyritings of leading practitioners of
medicine, endorsing in the strongest possible terms,
each and every ingredient contained in Dr. Pierce's
medicines. One of these little books will be mailed
free to any one sending address on postal card or
by letter., to Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y., and
requesting the same.
From this little bo k it will be learned that Dr
Pierce's medicines contain no alcohol, narcot
ics, mineral agents or other poisonous or injurious
agents and that they are made from native, medi
cinal roots of great value; also that some of the
most valuable ingredients contained in Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription for weak, nervous, over
worked, "run-down ' nervous and debilitated wom
en, were employed, long years ago, by the Indians
for similar ailments affecting their squaws. In fact,
one of the most valuable medicinal plants entering
into the composition of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre
scription was known to the Indians as ''Squaw
Weed." Our knowledge of the uses of not a
few of our most valuable native, medicinal plants
was gained from the Indians.
As made up by improved and exact processes, the "Favorite Prescription" is ft
most efficient remedy for regulating all the womanly functions, correcting displacements,
as prolapsus, anteversion and retroversion, overcoming painful periods, toning up the
nerves and bringing about a perfect state of health. Sold by all dealers in medicines.