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Train leaves Onion
on the Grou
ail excursionists to
The most beautiful sub-division in .
the Mesilla valley, right in Las
Cruces, where all city conveniences
can be had.
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No Mortgage, Taxes or Interest
The right of way for the electric car line to Mesiila
park joins Grand View en the entire eastern side.
LAS CRUCES, N. M.
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ON WAY TO WEDDING-
Plateau Man 2sPurses Iriend
and Has to Postpone
Plateau, Texas, Jan. 181 That love
overcomes all obstacles has been truly
exemplified here in the case of Hoy
Kendrick, a. young: man holding: an
eight section claim about 15 miles
north of Plateau. Ee had persuaded
a fair daughter of Callahan county to
share his solitude by becoming his
bride, and -went lo Clyde. Texas. A few
days prior to the nuptial day a young
man friend was t&Ken seriously ill and
he shared in the vigils at his bedsida
At the appointed hour forthe cere
mony, while on his way to claim his
bride, cruel fate intervened In the form
of an officer, who placed him under 1
Quarantine for 18 days, his friend hav
ing developed an unmistakablecase of
smallpox- The day of his release he
was married to his faithful love. Miss
Ellis, daughter of Dr. Ellis, of that
place, and came on to the western
liome. He was in Plateau "recently,
purchasing lumber to erect a neat
home on the site of his former bache
Sugg Cummins has returned from a
trip to Barstow.
Joe McConnell is home from an ex
tended visit to relatives at Poolville.
Mr. and Mrs. Roddy, of Boracho, are
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Turk.
SIERRA BLAXCA MAA
HAS HIS HAXD MASHED
Sierra Blanca, Tex., Jan. 18. H. H.
McFall suffered a painful accident
while working with the gasoline en
gine at the Lavalley well. His hand
became entangled in the machinery,
mashing off two fingers.
S. G. Gould was.in El Paso attending
the meeting of railroad agents called
by the G. H. & S. A.
Walter Lester has returned from a
business trip to Marfa.
Billy Smith is among the visitors to
Zolley Martin has returned from
Dallas, where he has been on business
for several weeks.
TL C. Tiove has returned from El
Paso where he nurchased a new gaso
line engine and pumping machinery
for his well near Eagle mountain.
Mrs. Abe Lewis has gone to Mexico
to spend a few days with her husband
who is sinking wells for a large ranch
Ask mm docloT about Ayzr's Pills, gcnlly once each day, or there will be trouble. I
laxative, all cegelahle. Hekpotaswhylhey The dose of Ayers Pills is small, only 1
act directly on the. Iwcr. T&nffiu?. one
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station 8:45 a. m
will meet the
train and take
CLOVIS OFFERS PRIZES FOR
DRY FARM BROOM CORX.
Farmers Organizing to Secure Se,ed In
Large Quantities and' to Get "Bet
ter Market for Product.
Clovis, X. M., Jan. 18. One of the
greatest Events in the life of Clovis
was the meeting held at the chamber
of commerce recently, in which 60 per
cent of the business men of the city
and a number of the professional men
took an active part. The question of
corn among the farmers of the trade
district of Clovis was gone over In de
tail, and It was decided that the cham
ber of commerce would offer attractive
and numerous prizes to those making
the best show of the product from
dry farming lands this coming year,
all prizes to be awarded after the reg
ular fall carnival which is held in this
The indications are now that the
farmers of this section of New Mex
lrn win nut out a. large acreage of
broom corn and other crops that have
already -proved a success for this cli
mate and altitude. Organizations are
being rapidly formed among the farm
ers of the county now for the purpose
of securing seed in large quantities,
and In the hope that by a big acreage
of good p-oduce they can secure a bet
ter market for what they grow.
- MORMON COLOlfY SEWS.
Colonla Dublan, Mex., Jan. 18. John
Kertchner, of Colonia Diaz, has recent
ly purchased the home of Harlem
Johnson, of Colonla Juarez, and ex
pects soon to move his family from
Diaz to enjoy their new home in
Friday there will be a ball given by
the mutual workers.
A horse and saddle was stolen from
Mr Boyd's barn, while the family was
at dinner. There is no clue.
Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Johnson, of Pa
checo are exceedingly happy because
of the arrival of their first son.
Colonia Juarez has no electrical
lights these dark nights, becausemen
are cleaning the west canal, so there
is-jio motive power.
The ground in Colonia Chuichupa Is
in splendid condition for plowing. The
farmers think that If they-begin now
and plow their land so as to conserve
the moisture, that there is already a
sufficiency of 'Tain to insure a good
crop this year. Most of the crops in
Chuichupa are raised without irriga
tion. , .
Men have commenced their spring
plowing here. They will put m as
many acres of lucern as possible, as
It is one of their most lucrative crops.
is impossible to be well, simply im
possible, if the bowels are constipated.
Waste products, poisonous substances,
must be removed from the body at least
p:!l at bedtime. All vegetable.
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DALHART, TEXAS, TVAXTS
BETTER FREIGHT RATES
Business Men Urged to Buy Stninps in
Making- Rcmittnncee.N to Swell
Receipts of Postofilce.
Dalhart, Tex., Jan. IS. At the sec
ond quarterly meeting of the board of
directors of the Dalhart Commercial
club, held in the office of secretary C.
F. Drake, tho books of the organiza
tion were examined by the auditing
committee, Messrs. E. C. "Williams,
dent of the Dalhart National bank
J. E. Clark, assistant casnier of the
First National bank and R. L. McMil
lan. The question of differential
freight rates was taken up and the
board instructed the secretary to pre
pare from his data a brief as complete
as possible, showing the discrimination
in rates and take the matter before
the state railroad commission and the
interstate commerce commission as
early as possible.
The secretaary was also instructed
to take before the postmaster general
the question of obtaining a mail routej
from Dalhart to tne UKianoma line on
There has also been instituted a
practical move to Increase the postof
flce receipts at Dalhart bby interesting
the' various houses anc other citizens
to buy stamps as largely as possible In
the settlement of bills to be remitted.
The receipts now are touching 515,000
a year and it is thus hopec to influence
the department In giving Dalhart free
CATTLE SKIPMEXTS ARE .
MADE FROM VAX HORN
"Van Horn, Tex., Jan. 18. Quite a
number of cattle were shipped from
here recently. Among the shipments
were ten cars by Gillis and Eden, TV.
T. Medley one car and A. C. Cox one
Mrs. Frank Williams, of Chloride, N.
M., Is visiting relatives and friends
Mrs. H. "W. Gillis and Mrs. "Wills are
in town from their lanches.
Agent Gibson of the G. H. & S. A.
was called away to the bedside of his
sick brother lately.
Quince Catherman was in town re
cently. Rev. Mr. Kramer, the Methodist min
ister, filled his regular appointment
here and received two new additions
to the church.
Mrs. Bradford Duncan has been on
the sick list, but Is improving.
Tularosa. Jan. IS. James Mc
Laughlin has moved his family here
from Oro Grande. They will occupy
the "Wolfe building.
Miss Abbye L. Meek has returned
after a mouth's visit in Carrizzo. Mrs.
"Will Lougrley accompanied her "home
for a short visit. ""
John Hall jr. is laid up with a severe
Miss Eloise Carroll has returned to
A missionary to the Mescalero indians
preached here Tuesday.
Excursion rates from every point within 50 miles
SEXTEXCED TO PRISOX FOR
VIOLATIXG NEUTRALITY LAW'S.
Judge Maxes Sentences Man to 18
3Ionths' Imprisonment tor starting
Rebellion Acralnwt , Mexico.
Del Rio, Tex., Jan. IS. Advices re
ceived here of more -than ordinary in
terest tell of the sentence in the fed
eral court at San Antonio, of Jose M.
Raugel, recently convicted in the same
court on the charge of violating the
neutrality laws, aud-setting on foot a
rebelion against the Mexican govern
ment in the United States. He was re
fused a new -trial and sentenced to pay
a nominal fine or ?1 and to serve IS
months at hard labor in the federal pen
itentiary at Leavenworth, Kan.
In passing sentence judge Maxey
said he took into consideration the five
months spent in Jail by the prisoner
awaiting trial. The motion of the de
fendant for a new trial was based on
the principle that the evidence adduced
on the stand was insufficient to convict.
The rebellion which Rangel was con
victed of setting on foot tpok place
from near Del Rio In June, 1908, the
fighting being done at Las Vacas,
across the Rio Grande from here.
G. H. & S. A. IMPROVES
DEPOT AT YSLETA
Ysleta, Tex., Jan. IS. Extensive Im
provements are being made on the G.
H. & S. A. station here. New floors
have been put in.
John Helm, the mesa cattle king and
two sons Tom and Jack were In
Mr. Helm says conditions are bet
ter on the mesa than for years. The
recent snow was great for the grass on
the range, and he says no cattle died
during the snow storm.
Mrs, Geo. Huffman has returned
from a trip to El Paso.
J. J. Smith killed a hog on his ranch
recently that weighed over 500vpo"unds
W. C. Curry and TV. D. Lausden
were In San Jose Sunday.
Mrs. E. P. Coleman and Mrs. Frank
lin of El Paso were at Valley Inn Sun
day the guests of Miss Bennie McGIll.
Mr. and Mrs. Alexandria and little
daughter Genevieve of El Paso were
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. TV. Gibbs
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Holmes and Mr.
and Mrs. J. J. Kaster motored down
from El Paso and formed a congenial
dinner party at Valley lnn Sunday
AXD VICINITY NEW!
Marfa. Tex.. Jan. IS. Joe Bishop Ts
in town from his ranch home.
J. R. Sanford, who at one time lived
here, but who now lives at Eagle Pass
is here attending court. '
TV. F. Gohlke is a visitor .to the city.
Judge TV. TV. Bogel and family are
moving to town this week. They will
occupy the new residence of Dr. Mohm.
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Pool and Mr. and
Mrs. TVm. McGhee are visitors here for
Oren Gunton, of Shafter, is a visitor
Mrs. Eugenia Niccolls Is absent from
school because of illness. Mrs. Homer
Colquitt has been teaching for her.
ADDITIONS TO LAS CRUCES
CARRIZOZO CALLS FOR
BIDS OX COURT HOUSE
Corona, New Mexico, Yonng Man Ends
Life with Drug New Iron Prop
erty Is Developed.
The board of county commissioners
met here and passed resolutions call
ing for bids for the building of a
court house in Carrizozo. The board
adjourned to meet on March 7 at 11
a. m., at which time the bids will be
F. U. Nelson, who is doing develop
ment work for the Colorado Fuel &
Iron company, has opened up. another
iron mine in the Gallinas mountain.
This is the third property that the C.
F. & I. company has started to de
velop in this county this winter.
C. C. Maloney, a young man at Co
rona, committed sufcide by taking 15
grains of strychnine. He gave no rea
son for taking his life and lived but a
short time after taking the drug.
RAILROAD MAX EXDS LIFE
AT TUCUMCARI,, NEW MEXICO
Tucumcarl. N. M., Jan. IS. Because
I he was unablexto work and had been
suffering from dropsy, John Farr, an
ATTEMPT TO BREAK
JAIL AT LOWELL
Man Has Hand Mashed in
Bisbee Mine Pioneer
of Bisbee Dies.
Bisbee, Ariz, Jan. 18 Anattempt of
breaking thejail at Lowell occurred
when Manuel Cordova, a young man
who was arrested a few days ago on
the charge of burglary, $iad almost
pierced the wall with a laijge iron bar
while the other prisoners were all reads
to escaped when deputy sheriff Frank
Bauer appeared on the scene and frus
trated their attempt. The prisoners
were removed to the jail in Bisbee.
Louis Marcus, a miner, while operat
ing a saw in a mine of the Calumet and
Arizona, crippled the fingers of one
hand. At the hospital the injury was
found serious and the doctors had to
amputate several fingers.
Domenico Cattaron. an Italian miner,
Hgw to Stop Drinking.
-It was formerly customary for the
habitual drinker to take the pledge
regularly, sometimes once a. year, and
sometimes in every fit of remorse that
followed his debauches arid then
But now it is gradually dawning on
the world that pledges do not stop
drunkenness. The nervous system of
the habitual drinker is diseased and he
must have treatment that will cure this
condition. Orrine Is sold under a posi
tive guarantee to cure the drink habit
or jthe money will be refunded. Can
be given secretly.
Write for free booklet on the Cure
of Alcoholism to The Orrine Co., 467 Or
rine Bldg., Washington. D. C. Mailed
sealed. Orrine costs but ?1 per box
Sold by Kelly & Pollard, Sheldon hotel, j
of Las Cruces.
If you are looking for a most desirable high
class hoinesite or an investment that is sure
to rapidly enhance in value
of Las Cruces
is the Place
All residents -of Grandview can have elec
tric lights and telephones, as the wires are
there, and city water, soon as tKe mains are
connected with the reservoirs, to be erected
just east of "fliis property.
Don't take pur word for anything. Go on
the excursion and see.
If you are going, let us know early, so the
railroad company can make ample preparations.
F. T. Hardest?, Local Agt.
With Hatton Realty Company
224 Mesa Avenue Ei Paso, Texas
old-time railroad" man tin the Dawson
branch of the Southwestern, committed
suicide by shooting himself through
Chief of police Harry Benson and S.
H. Heafus were on their way to Farrs
room with provisions when they hjfa.rd
the shot which ended his life.
ROBBERS TORTURE FAMILY
TO GET VALUABLES
Progrtesso, N. M., Jan. 18. Held up
by five Vnasked men, Porfirio 2?gil and
family, living near here, were threat
ened with torture unless they revealed
the place where their valuables were
concealed. The victims were wrapped
in sacks soaked with oil. The robbers
struck matches and threatened to light
One of the robbers fired at the Vigil
woman, the bullet cutting a gash
across her head. She then told where
the money was concealed. The high
waymen secured $1S0 and a gold watch.
Sheriff Myers is now on the trail of
xLess we forget, let's keep our money
at home and still get the best, Globe
while at work in the Shattuck mine,
had a narrow escape from being killed
by some stones-falling from the roof of
the mine. Though not seriously injured,
he will be unable to work for quite a
A big dearin city property was con
summated when George McGIUevary
sold his houses to Sam Medigovich. Mc
Gillevary has left for San Bias, where
he has a large ranch which he intends
The Bisbee Y. M. C. A. bowlers were
defeated by the Douglas bowlers in a
three- game match for tne Inter-clty
trophy. This is the second victory the
bowlers of Douglas have won this year
over their contestants.
The Cavalier club will 'give a ball on
January 26 to celebrate Its first anni
versary. "William Rainey, or Jtnsaee, aged 60
years, died at the hospital at Tomb
stone. Rainey, known also as "Dutch
Bill," was one of the pioneers and a
prominent figure in the early days of
this county. He was one of the lead
ers in the lynching of several outlaws
and it was he who climbed a telegraph
pole and adjusted the rope around the
neck of TV. Heath, whose name is still
remembered with horror.
Miss Devona May,, an actress, and
H. M Browning, temporary residents
of Bisbee. -were secretly married in
Naco. After the wedding ceremony,
when Miss May went on the stage, her
appearance was saluted by throwing of
Emil Andersorf, who beat Hazard in a
recent match, is readyto meetPaul
Arthur, the Michigan boy who wrestles
Cornish style. It is probable the two
will wrestle before Anderson wijl meet
Hazard in a new match.
The Republican committee has elected
Sam Verren as chairman and J. B. Tay
lor a member of the committee to take
the place of Frank O'Brien, who has
moved to Los Angele
Tuesday, January 18, 1910.
Bay a Lot Your Railroad Fart
Wii! Gas! Ycu Hashing
iggest crowd ever in town-
f KAS SILVER DOLLAR
vX COINED IN 1799
Alamogordo Druggist Prizes
Coin Showing Thirteen
-Alamogordo, N. 3f Jan. IS. Franlc
Holland, a druggist of this jjlace has
received from a brother at Fenoo,
Mich., a silver dollar bearing- data f
1799. The dollar is a trifla larger than
the dollar of today and has the 13 stars
on both sides, and on one sWe is the
eagle and on the other tke head of
the Goddess of Liberty.
Mr. Rolland prizes this old rello very
highly, especially since it hears data
with that of the death of WashingtOB,
and shows the 13 original states.
J. TV. Bennett is here from Weed,
and states that the Sacrara.te moun
tain country is in excellent- condition
on account of heavy winter snows. Mr.
Bennett is a merchant at TVeed and
owns considerable ral estate in Ala
mogordo, and his visit here is to look
after business interests.
J. O. Cunningham is preparing- to
remove his family from here to Miama,
A. N. Brown, traffic manager of tbi
E. P. & S. TV., at Chicago, and Garaerc
King, assistant general freight agent,
have returned from Bisbee. Eugene
Fox, general freight agent, is'in San
Never Get fat
Womankind wonders why famous
beauties grow old. but do not grow fat.
Thej live at silken ease, amid the
porcelain flesh pots. The wine, that
puffs out obscure mortals, flows not il
liberally down their alabaster throats.
Yet their lifelong loaf does not thicken
their limbs nor double their chins. TVhat
is the secret o. the long-lived graceful
ness of the hautton?
One-half ounce Marmola, oz. Fl.
Ex. Cascara Aromatic, 3 oz. Pepper
mint TVater. This is the famous Mar
mola Prescription, long familiar to the
fashionable pharmacists of the world
and their clientele, but which has only
recently penetrated to the knowledge
of the hoi poilol of womankind. Since
when, for convenience .sake, it has
been put Into elegant pocket form, the
Marmola Prescription Tablet, which can
now be had of well nigh any druggist,
fashionable or ordinary, or the Mar
mola Co.. 737 Farmer Bldg.. Detroit,
Mich., in large cases for seventy-five
TVIth this tablet any woman can re
duce, be losing a pound a day, in a few
weeks; take off fat where it shows
most) on chin, abdomen, hips. etc.. with
out need for exercising, table restraint,
fear of wrinkles, or the slightest physi
cal harm or uneasiness.