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Our Clearance Sale continues to offer El Pasa furniture buyers the biggest bar-gains-tliat
it is possible to assemble. We are continuing as we started, that is, to
give reliable furniture, carpets and draperies at radical reductions. Every sale
made so far has resulted in a satisfied customer. This is the only way to do busi
ness, and we propose to keep it up. Surplus stock, in some lines, has already
been sufficiently reduced, but there yet remain quantities of splendid bargains.
In addition to the specials previously advertised, note particularly the following.
New Goods Included
A large shipment of new goods that has just arrived will be included in present
sale at substantial reductions. It comprises a line of Mission Eockers, Settees,
Library Sets and Library Tables. In the shipment was, also, a number of ma
hogany and quartered oak parlor suits.
port, covered with Spanish chased leather, a reg
ular $40.00 value. Clearance Sale special
Birdseye Maple Dressers, Chiffon- Jardinieres add beauty both to the
iers, Chairs and Eockers are included home and the growing' plants. Spe-
in Clearance Sale at the liberal dis- eial lines of Jardinieres at 15c, 25c,
count of 30. 35c, 50c, 75c and $1.00.
EXTRA SPECIAL A limited num
ber of Mission Plate Racks, worth.
85c, are to be 'closed out Eff
next week at OUC
Sewing Rockers are an extra
special nexfc week OK
33 off nj
On All n
LAS CRUCES AND
BUSY MEN IN THE
CBUCES LAND OFFICE
Many Homestead Filings
and the Force Is Kept
on the Jiurrp.
Xas Cruces, N. M., Feb. 5. The re
port of the business transacted at the
United States land office at Lias Cruces,
N. M., shows the largest acreage en
tered by homesteaders and settlers 'ji
. The report shows the following;
Sixty-two homestead entries S976
Ten commuted homesteads 1600
Five excess areas , 17
One mineral entry 18
Twenty-$wo desert land entries. . 4084
KTne final homesteads 1320
Two selections by the territory, .i 880
Eight railroad selections..; -1525
One homestead declaratory ....".. 1QQ
One coal declaratory : 640
Total acres for the month of
January, 1910 19,211
There is now pending before the of
fice 147 contest cases, of which 42 have
been instituted by the government-
OLDEST AHD STRONGEST
IU DOHA AHA COUNTY
First National Bank
LAS CRUCES, N. M.
TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
AND SOLICITS YOUR PATRONAGE
OSCAR C. SNOW, Pxea. CAPT. S. J. WOODHULL, V. Pres. ana Cash.
ROBERT DROSS, Asst Cashier.
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Can you use a bargain of this
kind? Handsome Bed Daven
An extra special is Englishware Plates, Cups and
Saucers. These are 20c values; Clearance Sale price.
A limited number of Japanese Oups and Saucers,
worth 25c, at
Kitchen Safes will be sold
Thirty-seven contest cases were closed
I and decisions rendered during the
month of January, 1910.
Nine hundred and six letters were
writen in this office for the past month
for which 112 were official in con
nection with the general land office at
Messrs. R. H. Sims and Jose Gon
zales, who are in charge as receiver
and register, are the busiest real es
tate men in this section of the coun
try and it is due to the splendid sys
tem used In -this office thatithey are
capable of handling so much detail
work with the small force which they
MUNICIPAL WATERWORKS fc
' FOR LAS CIWCTJS TJRGED
las Cruces, N. 31., Feb. 5. That L.as
Cruces should instal a municipal water
works system and that an election be
held for the purpose of voting bonds to
secure money for the construction of
the same is the report which the citi
zens committee will make at the next
meeting of the town trustees.
The recommendation will also be made
that the franchise for an electric light
and power plant be granted to a pri
Pillows are an extra special
next week at, ""d " 1 E
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HERALD ON SALES TS TiAS
CRUCES, N. M.
Franfc A. Harrley, Agreat, opposite
Dally Herald oa sale fey Las Crncen
Bras Co., Camoxxe's News Staaa,
BELL FOR MESILLA
PARK SCHOOL HOUSE
Children Raise -Funds by En
. tertainment A. & M.
m College ISTotes.
Agricultural College, N. M., Feb. 5.-
The Tuesday before Christmas, under
the supervision oi the two teachers.
Misses Parks and Longacre, the pupils
of the Mesilla Park public school gave
a Christmas entertainment. The charge
was 25 cents, the proreeds to be ex
pended for a school house bell.. Yes
terday the bell was bought and is1 to
bt placed Into position at once. Dr.
Hinds, who owns a large ranch in the
valley, was Instrumental in the pur
chase. Mr. Gilliam, the head of the
board of trustees, is to have the bell
mounted onf a platform.
As it did not take the whole sum for
this article, the remainder is to be used
to start a school' library.
Both classes of the stenography de
partment of the college have provided
themselves with pennants.
Quite a number of college people
are members of the Musical club which
is to have Ellfin "RpnoVi vw tc
Cruces to sing on the 12th of Feb
ruary. The program to be rendered Is:
Russian Nightingale Alabieff
Andante and Scherzo Ganne
"Bell Song (Takme) Delebes
Preludium t MacDowell
Shadow Dance . . . . MacDowell
My Mith Bids Me Bind My Hair...'
Vergebliches Standschen Brahms
Caro Nome (RIgoletto) Verdi
The Wind . . .'. Alkan
Mad Scene (Lucio di Lammermoor) . .
The resident of the school mildlv k
J.i , , ;- I
-cllijyrt;a me students wuu iuur pstrt in .
the .parade to Las Cruces because they j
went without his permission.
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Group froin "The Alalcan" Musical Comedy.
, "THE ASASKAX."
Kichafd F. Carroll, GusVTVineberg,
Etta Lockhart and a company of 50
people, will present "William P.NCullen's
tuneful musical comedy, "The Alaskan,"
at the El Paso theater, Sunday and
Monday, February 6 and 7. Th. piece is
credited with having more novel features
and novelty numbers than any company
that will visit El Paso this season, in
cluding the great snowball battle be
tween the audience and the "Eskimo
girls." Seats are now selling.
Starting Sunday matinee, the Bailey
Stock company will present for the bal
ance of the week Annie Russell's New
York success, "Miss Hobbs." This is one
of Jerome K. Jerome's latest and best
comedies and one That is sure to please
the many patrons of the Crawford. Mr.
Bailey will Introduce some new and
novel features through the bill and man
ager Rich is giving the piece an elab
orate stage setting. "If you enjoy good,
clean comedy, don't miss this," says
manager Rich. Seats are now selling.
SPECIAL AT E3IPIRE THEATER.
Monday and Tuesday, Feb. 7 and 8,
tt th Tmnrire. 213 South El Paso
street, there will .be a matinee from
2 p. m. to 5 p. m., and an evening per
formance from 6 p. m. to 11 p. m.,
showing the famous heavyweight
championship, the Johnson-Ketchel
fight picture. An original motion pic
ture of this great event, taken at Col
ma, Cal., Oct. 16, 1909, showing every
detail of the 12 rounds, including the
knockdown of Johnson in the 12th
MISS LENA BROADDUS
TO "WED DR. T. C. SEXTON".
Las Cruces. N. M.. Feb. 5. Mr. and
Mrs. H. A. Broaddus have sent out in
vitations for the wedding reception of
their daughter. Miss Lena and Dr. Troy
Curtis Sexton, on Monday evening,
February 14. They will be at home in
their new residence in Alameda Place
after March 15th.
COUNTY CLERIC AR3IIJO
MOVES TO HIS RANCH
Las Cruces, N. M., Feb. 5. County
and probate clerk Armijo has mioved
from his city home to his recent pur
chase on a small ranch in the southern
part or tne limits oi me cm . j. iteeu
Fuller, who recently bought a large
-tract oi iana west oi town, nas renteu i
trip Armlio nouse ana is now installing
WATER IS TURNED INTO
UPPER VALLEY CANALS.
Las Cruces, N. M., Feb. 5. Water will
be turned Into all the irrigation canals
under the Leasburg project Friday, the
water users having ratified the contract
made between the commissioners and
the government. The contract Is prac
tically the same as last year.
LAS CRUCES DAILY RECORD.
Las Cruces, X. M., Feb. 5. The fol
lowing deeds and other papers of record
have been filed with the recorder of
Dona Ana county:
Atchison, Topeka and Sa"hta Fe Rail
way company to George W. Mossinan,
quit claim deed to a part of the south
west quarter of the southwest quarter
of section 20, township 25, south range 3
east, N. M. P. M., containing 76 acres,
consideration $1. Dated January 20, 1910..
Nostros Anacacio Duran et ux. to Cel
so Amador, warranty deed to a parcel
of land in precinct ro. 3 of Las Cruces,
area 50x50 varas; consideration 27.
Dated June 5, 1S8S. l
J. T. Miller to G. W. Dalton, warranty
deed to lots 48, in block 21, of Miller's
addition; consideration 1 and other
valuables. Dated June 21, 1909.
J. T. MilW to August Lindquist, war
ranty dee'd to lots 17 and 19, in block
71, of Millers addition; consideration
$1 and other valuables. Dated June 1,
J. T. Miller to Robert Starkey, war
ranty deed to lot 20, in block 29, of Mil
ler's addition; consideration $land other
valuables. Dated May 28, 1909.
J. T. Miller to Charles F. Herrmann,
warranty deed to lots 10 and 11, in block
42, of Miller's "Washington Park addi
tion; -consideration $1 and other valu
ables. Dated January 20, 1910.'
J. T. Miller to Earnest F. Slotzing,
warranty deed to lots 78 and 79, in block
61, of Miller's addition; consideration
$l' and other valuables. Dated August
Ysabel Banegas et ux. to Jose Vales,
warranty deed to a parcel of -land, situ
ated in precinct No. 2, area on the east
and west it has 94 varas, on the south 25
varas, and on the north 30 varas; con
sideration 25. Dated August 3. 1909.
Hugh Clary et ux. to T. B. Traxton,
warranty deed to a tract of land sit
uated in Dona Ana county, containing
34 48 acres; consideration 1000. Dated
January 26, 1910.
United States of America to Encar
nacio Silva, certificate of title to the
southeast quarter of the -northwest
quarter and the lots No. 9, ll, 15, i6 and
17 of section 6, township 18, south
range 4 west, N. M. P. M. containing
142.45 acres. Dated October 20, 1S97.
James T. Smith to John Duffy, -warranty
deed to lots 7, S. 9, 10 and 11, in
block 5, and lots 1, J, 3. 4. 0, 6, 7, 8 and
9, in block 5, of Central Park tract No.
2: consideration $10 and other valuables.
Dated December 9, 1909.
James T. Smith to J. Willbank. war-
round andj the knockout of Ketchel at
It is declared the best motion pic
ture of a public event ever taken, and
there is nothing objectionable . to the
picture. "Women and children can wit
ness the performance with as much
pleasure as men, the theater manage
CRYSTAL THEATER'S BIG FEATURE
The Crystal theater tonight andl Sun
day will show one of the feature films
of the entire year. It is "The Great
Breach," asd is from Balzac's exceed
ingly tragic story. The picture is a
film of art. That is, its characters are
portrayed by the stars from the lead
ing Parisian theaters. The principal
roles are enacted by Mile. Vera Seigine
of L'Odeon;.M. Andiea Calamettes of
the, theater Gymanase, and. Phillippe
Gamier of the Comedie Francaise. Pa
trons are requested to come early or
after 9:30 in order to get seats. The
doors open at 6 p. m. Two other good
pictures will be shown.
AT THE EMPIRE THEATER.
The management of the Empire the
ter, 213 south El Paso street, is spar
ing no expense, it declares in securing
the latestand most up to date pictures
for its patrons. This theaten caters to
' the best class of trade, specially mo-
men and children. All pictures are pos
itively new and the program Is changed
The program for tonight is "The
CourtshJp of Miles Standish." a his
torical drama, very Interesting; "The
Fatal Fascination," drama; "Getting
Square with the Inventor," a funny
i ranty deed to lots 1, 2 and 3, In block 29,"
and lots 2o and 26, In block 26, of Sunny
Slope addition; consideration $1 and
other valuables. Dated December 12,
Elizabeth McCowen to Jesus S. Gar
cia, warranty deed to a parcel of land
In the town of Las Cruces, area 174.66
feet by 104.43 feet by 217.67 feet; con
sideration $1 and other valuables. Dated
June 19, 1909.
J. T. Miller to TYm. H. Mason, war
ranty deed to lots 28 and 29. In block
29, of Miller's "Washington Park addi
tion; consideration ?1 and other valu
ables. Dated November 22, 1909.
r J. T. Miller to VTm. H. Mason, war
rants' deed to lots 55 and 56, In block
30 oC filler's Washington Park addition; J
consideration $1 and other valuables.
Dated December 12 1909
Sunshine Valley company to Adolph
Geils, warranty deed to lot 9, in block
24 of Mesa Heights aGcItlon, considera
tion $30. Dated February 1, 1910.
Isaac N. Stamper to Lydle C. Harris,
chattel mortgage. Dated November 29,
.Pedro Candelario and Maria. Luctro.
Special Licences Issued.
Juan Mendoza aac Josefa Madina.
Special License Issued.
Campbell-Henry Realty company, real
estate, Las Cruces.
Amador Transfer company, stable and
transfer, Las Cruces.
Silva and Roybal, retail merchants,
J. E. Bonner, real estate, RIncon.
Las Cruces Tinning and Plumbing
company, retail merchant, Las Cruces.
The Adair company, retail merchants,
LAS CRUCES PERSONALS.
Las Cruces, N. M., Feb. 5. S. D. Wil
son, of Mesilla Park, was in the .city
yesterday on business ana registered at
the Park hotel.
Frank tKropp is busy today winding
up his business affairs before his de
parture for Germany.
T. C. Hunt left this onorning for Du
County commissioner Robert Xeitz
chman, of Anthony, was in Las Cruces
j-esterday, returning home tins morn
ing. LAS CRUCES HOTEL ARRIVALS.
Las Cruces, N. M., Feb. 5. The fol
lowing guests are registered at the hotel
Don Barnardo: -H. Marx, Fort Worth;
T. M. Case and wife, Athens, Ala.; Ben
Spitz, Kansas City; C. M. Beede. El
Paso; B. G. "Wray, Denver; H. "W. Dye,
Denver; S. T. Reynolds, El Paso; Frank
Rich, El Paso; W. R. Schutz, El Paso;
G. V. Newton, Washington, D. C; A. J.
Fountain, Mesilla, N. M.; C. W, Henry,
Das Cruces, N. M., Feb. 5. R. H. Sims
entertained a stag party last evening at
his home on Alameda road. Dinner
was served and a very pleasant even
ing was enjoyed by those present. The
guests were J. H. May, I. W. Willis,
John Snyder, C. A. Sattley and Chas. L.
NEW CRICK STORE.
Las Cruces, N. M., Feb. 5. The walls
of the new brick store building on
Main street are up to the place where
the ceiling joists are put in and that
work Is rapidly progressing- and the
contractors hope to have the roof on
In a very short time.
TouUl be surprised at 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
115, Auto 1115 and tell the girl.
EORGE B. KLINE, M. D., of "SLc -
I o Mechen. W. Va., a brother otf L.
C. Kline, D. O., of Tarentum, Pa.,
has the following experience vrith Os
teopathy, reported in the December is
sue of "The Medical World," of Phila
delphia. It will be interesting to our
(practitioners and especially the com
ment of the editors in conclusion, who
"print it for what it may be worth," j
and advise M. D.'s suffering from hard
times to try the newer methods.
Ecitor Medical World: I notice in
November World an advertisement, "Os
teopathy for the Physician."" Osteopathy
fs'a'g&od thing when properly used; but
for any one to expect to learn anything
worth while froni a book is expecting
Some time ago one of my brothers
went to Iowa and fell in with the os
teopaths and graduated from their col
lege. He located in Pennsylvania and
sent me literature ,among which was
a book illustrating and describing the
treatments. Xow, I thought- I 'would
learn something about this treatment.
I had the books a year. I could not
aret anything out of them.
I then went and spent three months
with this brother, under ms tutorsmp.
He put me right to work. Then only
did I begin to see the light. An osteo
path is a high grade mechanic of the J
human system; and tho treatment con
sists primarily in movements to read
just, structures and .remove obstruc
tions to the free and full normal ac
tivity -of the various structures
nerves. blood .vessels, ulands, etc The
obiect is, to Vet Nature work without J
hindrance or friction. I flours; cured at once.
I am a "regulax," class of '87. I fin- 18-"Another Osteopath reports one hun
ished the study of Osteopathv during j dred of typhoid rever cured with
1S05, and nearlv all mv practice now out e 053 of a single case and there
consists of chronic cases who have tried.
from one to more than a dozen regu
lars. Tarn not exaggerating when I say
that 80 percent of them get well in
side of two months.
I inclose a. few case reports. Xo
medicine used in any of them I have
failed in but one uncomplicated case of
constipation, and failed to cure one case
of chronic partial paralj'sis after three
attacks of what was called cerebro
spinal meningitis. I can report scores
of cases with results equal to " these
seventeen inclosed. .
Anything consisting of, action must
be seen to be appreciated. One not fa
miliar with football, baseball, etc,
would not get much benefit from iilus-
I trated positions and descriptions; thus
I no one can get much out of osteopathy
j without seeing the modus operandi.
J Geo. B. Kline, M. D.. McMechen, W. Va.
A few cases treated by Dr. Geo. B.
Kline, McMechen, "W. Va.:
1. A boy 12 months old, weight 14
pounds, sick all his life. Alimentary
canal trouble; vomiting continuously,
con Id not sit up.
I gave him seven- J
teen treatments. He vomited but once
after the first treatment. In 5 months
he weighed 25 pounds and was running
about. (This was my first case after
returning home in 1905.)
2. Mr. E., age 37; hemorrhage from
bowels for three years; two months'
treatment cured him, after fourteen
physicians had failed.
3. Mrs. C; cough, with pain in right
lung, for seven years. Cured in two
4. Mrs. C; sciatica; could not tum
in bed; had leen bedfast, most of the
previous winter. Gave two months'
5. Mr. M.; swelling in neck size of
hickory nut; painful for a month; 20
minutes' treatment cured.
6. A girl, age It; hip joint disease;
said to be tuberculous; scrofulous; cox
algia; had gone on crutches 2 years; 3
months' treatment put her on extend
ed sole shoe.
7. Mr. J.; constipation; heart trou-
1 ble; worked but half time; constant
headache; age 30. Gave sixteen treat-
ments; missed no work after first treat
8. Mr. D., age 40; railroad, engineer;
was in two wrecks, right shoulder
stoved. After walking around two
months with his arm helpless at his side
-tnd told cy the raiuoad surgeons tlut
he never would be able to follow In.s
eccuiaiun, six treatmrfs put him bsck
9. Mr. W., age 40; railro.'t-i engineer
Hemorrhage from kidney seven years
j-reviously; J-jmI consulted physicians for
J00 tnili-. airund. and ne best result
promised was that an operation was
regularly. Cured in three treatment.
10. Rev. A.; -preacher's sore throat.
Cured in one month.
11. Mrs. S. G.; rheumatism in feet.
Cured in two months, after a ha if dozen
I physicians failed.
12. Mrs. T.; weak and sore back for
eight years; improved from the first
treatment; considered herself well with
13. Mrs. S.; lame back for 25 yeara,
with constant headache. Cured in two
14. Mrs. M.; neuralgia and headache
from wind blowing -n back of neck.
Cured in one month.
15. Mr. B., age 45; ailing for three
years; gradually losing weight, lost all
ambition. -In one mc-vrh had gaine-i S
pounds and. quit treatments in two
16. Mr. S.; double sciatica; reliai at
17. Mr. B.; diarrhoea twentv-four
cured without the loss of a single pi-
These doctors are all honorable men,
who stand high in their profession. So
there is no doubt about it, or the Medi
cal World Avould not publish it. " To
those who are famhar with the worc
done at the
! Dr. A. T. Still Osteopath In
of El Paso, Texas.
, Dr. Ira W. Collins,
Physician In Chief.
The above will create no surprise, but
those"1 who are not can see how easy it
was for them to cure six thousand
case's with the loss of only one to every
thousand patients. For their success is
just like other thorough Osteopaths
from the school at Kirksville. Mo.
When medical doctors who have prac
ticed like Dr. Kline for IS years, and
then take up Osteopathy and make such
a success of it, and certify to how
superior it is to medicine, it is no sur-
j prise that there-axe four thousand less
students in medical schools and that
the Osteopathic school at Kirksville has
the largest in its history. For Osteo
pathy is the only way to cure diseases
of every kind, and you cannot cure a
disease by whipping up the poor tired
nerves by poisoning a man, and that 13
why Dr. Shoemaker says ten die from
the effect of the drug where one dies
from the disease, and why the big hos
pitals in the cities use no drugs, and
only foods and baths and osteopathy,
for as Dr. Mayo, the great surgeon,
says, they have tried all the drugs and
found them a failure, and that no one
ought to spend two hours studying
materia medica, as it is a desd profes
sion. Feel your own spine, the trouble
is always there, for the entire circula
tion of blood is governed from the spine,
and the Bible says: "The life of all
flesh is in the blood," and they are the
words of God himself, and this truth
will live forever