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Tuesday, February 8, 1910.
Stop ARE YOUf! KIDIEYS WEAK?
and think how easy it
would be to possess
one of the APOLLO
when they can be
bought on such easy
Anyone can become
a musician with a few '
You can play the
world's master pieces
or the latest rag time.
Why not trade in
your dead piano and
get a LIVE one?
Come in hear them.
408 San Antonio St.
THE LARGEST MAKER AND RETAILER
OF MEN'S FINE SHOES IN THE WORLD.
"SUPERIOR TO OTHER MAKES."
"I have worn W. L. Douclas shoes for the
past sis years, and always find they are far
superior to all ether hlch arrade shoes In style,
-jcmfort and durability." V.'. G. JONES,
110 Howard Ave.. Utica. N. Y.
If I could talis you. into ray large fac
tories at Brockton, Mass., and show ycu
how carefully W. L. Douglas shoes are
made, you would realize why they hold
their shape, fit better, wear longer, and
are of greater value than any other make.
CAt'TI OX See tliat W. u Donj-las name and pnea
is aanped on the hoiiom. TjiUc Ao "iltitistc.
If yonr dealer cannot fit yon -vrith W UDoaplas shoes,
vmte Icr Mail Order Catalog. W. L-Douglas, lirocttoa,
Vsm. -fob RAT.-K ST--
E. C. FEW & SON
221 San Antoaio St.
Governor Asked to Restore
Citizenship to Convict
So He Can Testify.
Hillsboro, Tex., Feb. S. The second
special venire of 50 men summoned
from which to complete the jury for
the trial of Maj. T. E. Durham, on a
charge of the murder of a convict of
Athens, was present when the court
met at 10:30 this morning.
After excusing eignt men on account
of sickness In their family and other
reasons the court recessed until 1:30
this afternoon to enabje the counsel to
examine a list of veniremen.
Subpenas were issued for members
of the penitentiary investigating com
mittee as witnesses. No word has so
far been received from governor
Campbell regarding the restoration of
citizenship to exconvlct Joe Lovell, a
state witness, so he can testify.
To Stop That Itch
Eczema sufferers who have never
tried the oil of wintergreen compound
(known as D. D. D. Prescription), are
now enabled to get a trial bottle of
this recognized remedy at only 25 i
cents. This is a special offer, this com
pound having sold for over ten years
In $1.00 bottles.
The oil of wintergreen as compound
ed with thymol and other healing in
gredients In JD. D. D. Prescription Is
now recognized by scientists in both
America and Europe. It takes away
the itch the very moment it is washed
into the skin and the cures all seem to
be permanent. At any rate, we ASSURE
you that the itch is allayed INSTANT
LY; we know this and VOUCH for it.
Hence, we specially urge a trial now
while the patient can get a bottle at
onlj 25 cents. Be sure to ask .for the
oil as properly compounded under the
name of T. D. D. Prescription.
Kelly & Pollard.
A nice large store room on St.
Louis street with S. P. track
age. Also, store room next to
S. P. trades on Kansas street
at $40.00. Call on
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tm Kdn MHBiM Ml
A. P. COLES I
1 & BROS, 1
Thousands of Men and Women Have Kidney Trouble and
Never Suspect It.
Nature -warns you when the track of health
is not clear. Kidney and bladder trouble compel
3'ou to pass, water often through the day and
&et up many times during the night.
Unhealthy kidneys cause lumbago, rheuma
tism, catarrh of the bladder, pain or dull ache
in the back, joints or muscles, at times have
j headache or indigestion, as time passes
nave a aow complexion, puuy or uarK circius
under the eyes, sometimes feel as though you
had heart trouble, may have plenty of ambition
but no strength, get weak and lose flesh.
If such conditions are permitted to continue,
serious results are sure to follow; Bright's dis-
ease, the very worst form of kidney
. may steal upon you.
Prevalence of Kidney Disease.
Most people do not realize the alarming in
crease and remaTkable prevalency of kidne
disease. While kidney disorders are the most
I common diseases that prevail, they are
the. last recognized by patient and physicians,
vrlio usually content themselves ixitli doctorins
j the effects, -while the original disease
undermines the system.
A Trial Will Convince Anyone.
If you feel that your kidneys are the cause
of your sickness or run down condition, begin
taking Dr. Kilmer's Swamp Root, the great kid
ney, liver and bladder remedy, because as soon
as your kidneys begin to get better, they will
help the other organs to health. In taking
Swamp Root, you afford natural help to Nature
for Swamp Root is a gentle healing vegetable
compound a physician's prescription for a spe
You cannot get rid of your achee and pains if
your kidneys are out of order. You cannot feel
right when your kidneys are wrong.
Swamp Root Is Pleasant to Take.
If you are already convinced that Swamp
Root is what you need, you can purchase the
regular 50 cent and $1.00 size bottles at all drug Swamp Root is always kept
stores. Don't make any mistake but remember up to Its high standard of
-i-w TTiiTnT-'c. c-TT-aTnn Pnnt -n . purity and excellence.
1 ' " , , . ,,, , A sworn certificate of
! address, Binghamton, N. Y., which you will find purity with every
I on every bottle. bottle.
SAMPLE BOTTLE FREE To prove the wonderful merits of Swamp Root
you may have a sample bottle and a book of valuable information, both sent
absolutely free by mail. The bcok contains many of the thousands of letters
received from men and women who found Swamp Root to be just the remedy
thev needed. The value and success of Swamp Root is so well known that our
readers are advised to send xor a sample bottle. Address Dr. Kilmer & Co.,
Binghamton, N. Y., be sure to say vou .read this generous offer in the El Paso
Daily Herald. The genuineness of this offer is guaranteed.
TODAY IS THE DAY;
MOSS IS THE MAN
El Paso Friends Vainly
Await Wireless Report
of a Wedding.
Today is the day, "high noon" the
time, Linton, Greene county, Ind., the
place, and Miss Annie CoakTey the
girl. Clyde Moss, once of El Paso, but
now of Honeymponland. was to have
been married today at his Indiana
homestead where, in place of the candle
lights gleaming through the sycamores,
the miners' candles twinkle through
the coal smoke.
Clyde left for the old home last "Wed
nesday. Before leaving he slipped it to
a friend that the big event, meaning
his wedding, was to occur today. As
vet no messages have been received
from Linton announcing the auspicious
rto Mossl event. Mike, he office boy
at The Herald, where Mr. Moss is one
.r V.O flvprtisinc business
r, o.tot?or,Ad nn the topmost tip of I
the wireless conning tower on the roof
of The Herald building. He has been I
instructed to listen for the wireless re-
port from Linton telling of the long
expected wedding, but as the Linton j
Call which is owned by Moss, sr.. would
say.' "at the time of going to press no j
details have been learned of the event." .
, . , j
WRECK VICTIM IS
Remains of W. F. McGtona-
gill to Be Buried at So-
The body of W. F. McGOnagill ar-'
rived in El Paso last night on the 10
hours delayed Texas & Pacific. This
was the only evidence here of the T.jv
P. head on freight wreck of Monday
Accompanying the body was J. M.
McGonagill, who was waiting at his
home near Glint for the arrival of his
brother. Tonight the body will be
shipped to Sonora, Texas, where a
widow and children wait and where
interment will be made.
McGonagill met death, with three of
his horses, on the ill fated westbound
freight train. The man's head was
crushed probably by some falling fur
niture with which the car was partly
filled. McGonagill was moving to a
i new home. . .
Coroner E. H. Watson vieweu -
body at the parlors of Nagley & Kaster
Monday afternoon. ffaA
Engineer W. T. Brown, who suffered
a fractured leg and alone was injured,
has been removed to his home at Toyah.
FRUK Ti. BELLINGER.
Word has been received of the death
at Baird. Texas, Saturday otJfrJ
Bellinger, a former resident of El Paso.
Mr. Bellinger was editor of the Da y
News at Jacksonville. Miss. He was
about 40 years of age, and is
by a widow and a son, Paul Bellinger.
The body was shipped to Jacksonville.
INSPECTS FEDERAL OFFICES.
Maj. W. Haverstick from the office
of the chief clerk of the treasury de
partment inspected the offices at the
;. -. v..ti;nn- torlnv- seeing what is
j needed in the way of furnhlngs He
has been away iron. j. ---
. a year on a tour oi iUSl"-
accompanied by Mrs. Haverstick.
A Skin of Beauty is a JOY Forever.
DR. T. Felix Gouraud's 2riGn-
Cream or Magical Beautifler.
-Rem-rc-es Tan. Pimples.
Freckles, ilota Patches,
Basil, and fakla Diseases,
Z ?md everv blemish
7 on beauty, and de-
'& fles aeiecuon. xw
X1&3 &LUUU UiV bo
of 62 years, and
Is so harmless re
Is properly made.
Accept no counter
feit of similar
name. Dr. Ii. A.
Sayro said to a
lady of the haut
toa (a patient):
"As yon ladiea
will me them,
yt .. -. tv. 1m harmful of all the
:a?5"' v.Tcsisacr,ii st and fm-
iK ? the United S&S. aSada and Europe.
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nin ji qu MiuYnrlr uie cliy loaa Ior a ew nours. tie
,PrOJ)., 3urEad3nC$OtTBlMl8I&ieit this afternoon for Alamogordo.
f - A . A
WANTED TO FLY
But Mother Is Afraid to Let
Her Sail With Airship
Miss Henrietta Buckler, Vassar grad
uate and belle of El Paso, would have
been -the first Texas girl to fly in an
aeroplane if her mother had not posi
tively forbidden her to risk her life in
the frail craft of the clouds.
Miss Buckler, wbo with her mother
Is spending the winter m San Antonio,
promised Glen Curilss, tnrough his
manager, K. L. Bernard, that she
would take a trip in his airship when
he came to San Antonio to give ex
hibitions of his skill as a bird man on
April 21. She honestly and truly
meant it when she promised, but
mother said "no" and put her foot
down on the plan
Miss Buckler Is the daughter of
judge and Mrs. Julius. A- Buckler and
is one of the leaders of the younger set
of El Paso society.
SPECIAL LBXTEX SERVICES
AT ST. CLEMENT'S CHRURCH
Program Is Issued by Rev. Henry Eas-
ter to His Parishioner.H Covering
the Period of Repentance.
The folloing program of Lenten serv
ices for the Church of St. Clement has
been arranged by tlev. Henry Easter,
' Aah "Wednesday.
Holy Communion. 10; evening prayer,
TTrlv Pnmmiiriinn. 7-20. Also nn Ttirsr
Sundays, 11; morning prayer with ser- j
mon-, 11; evening prayer with sermon,
Evening prayer or Litany, 4; ('except
Wednesdays and Saturdays) ; Wednes
day evening, 7:45.
In addition to the usual services,
Holy Communion, Thursday evening at
Morning prayer, 10:30; evening
prayer, 4 oclock; The Seven Last Words
of Christ (Cantata by full choir)? 8
Holy Communion, 7:30, 8:30 and 9:30;
morning prayer, 11; Sunday school fes
JANUARY; BIRTH REPORT
SHOWS TOTAL OF 141.
January was a busy month for the
story in EI Paso county, as there were
141 births reported sit the office of the
county clerk. Of this number, S7 are
males and 54 females. In the matter of
nationality the Mexicans, as usual are
for In the lead, 110 being of that race,
2 Americans, 1 Canadian; 1 Spanish
and 2 negroes.
There were 123 deaths leported dur
ing the month so the birth report Is
showing 18 more to its credit than does
the grim reaper.
This Is the last birth report that will
be made by the county clerk wherein
births occurring in the city will be In
cluded because the state board of health
has ordered that births within the city
limits must be reported at the office of
the city health officer as well as the
HIGH MASON AND THE
SHRINERS TO MEET HERE
The semiannual reunion of the Scot
tish Rite of Freemasonry will be held
here from March 21 to 26. A class of
candidates for the 32d degree in the
Scottish Rite will be here from the dif
ferent parts of the southwest for the
reunion and special rates are being of
fered on all of the railroads. As Is
customary with the Mystic Shrine, a
ceremonial session will be held on the
night of March 26 at which a number
of the newly made 32d degree Masons
will be, 'Initiated into the mysteries of
MARRIED BY, JUSTICE.
Refugio Duarte and Petra Carrillo
were married this morning by justice
1 E. B. McClintock. n
J. H. Smith, deputy United States
marshal at Albuquerque, N. M., was in
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iHR dOMiaadlccrease to full dose 9H
BjjHn or more, as the cas trocld SH
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BBV This freat remedy Is recccn- BH
BfiBJ zcendedforUdney.llTer.blad BBS
B&BE de-and Uric Acid troubles and B9H
BjBflH disorders dae to treak Vldneyj , Bh3
BbBS such, as catarr! of til bladder, BhBb
BBC gravel, rheuoisiUm, lumbsgv 1
BBj and Bright's Disease, which i. K Bj
BaBj the trorst form of Iddoey dls- BHB
BBB ease. It Is pleasant to take. BB
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f DE. KHMER & CO., B
! BLVGHAMTOh, X. Y. BH
BH Sold by all Druggists. SH
LAS CRUCES AND
Conimittee Xanied to Get
Eight of TTay From An
thony to Mesqnite.
Anthony. N. II., Feb. 8. An important
meeting of the Berino-Anthony Fanners j
associatiou was held at Anthony recent-
i,. th. n,ttr nr nr- rnafl tvIo .lis-
ly. The matter of good roads wis dis- j
cussed. County commissioner NIetzsch -
j manu told what had been done on the the case is to be heard this after- steu m ,ueri- JAr8
I road leading to the bridge. Effort wilr ; noon. ... , ! Duet. American Djupp On SO Xo. fi
be ade to secure teams and help de-
fray the expense of having the road
graveled and rolled
A committee composed of president
HcNarv, Miller Jones and UrooKs, ivas
elected to ascertain if land could be se-
cured for a road from Anthony to Mes-
quite adjoining the east side of the
The report of tae committee on a
warehouse to be located at Anthony
was read and discussed. The committee
was instructed to obtain plans and esti
mates upon the building proposed by the
coumiittee. Royitl Jackmon and A. A-
Howell were elected to .membership.
mi ..I A itMinrf vasT-ils rr rr
ine Aiiiuvu .vumifc, .-v.i. ..v.. .i
tertained by .mss bora oiory at a mgn
five card party recently. A dainty lunch
was served and instrumental and vocal
music was rendered. The prizes were
awarded to Miss Brooks and L. Ferlet
Those present were Mesdames Story,
Carroll and Lauson, Misses Brooks,
Storj, Lipps. Adams. Coe, Richerberger,
of Berino, and Leedom of Milwaukee,
and Messrs. Carroll, Coe, Lipps, L. Fer-
let, T. Ferlet, Heffelman Story, Beecher j
and Dr. i,auson.
John Deegan of Los Angeles, Cal., vis
ited his ranch here recently.
Ben Fomh. the bee man, was in An
thony last week. He said the little bee
had been very busy last year and that
he collected S000 pounds of honey.
Miss Mabel Leedom, who has been vis
iting her sister. Mrs. Lauson, for the
past three weeks, has returned to her
home iu Milwaukee, Wis.
Poles Are Received at La
Mesa for New Telephone
La Mesa, X. M., Feb. 8. At the an
nual election of officers of the Western
Mesilla Valle3 Farmer, union, B. J. Vil
joen was reelected president; Chas. T.
Bartlett. vice president; G. A. Shafer,
secretary, and J. PL Livesay, treasurer.
These with J. D. Potter and H. R. Han--numn
were elected directors.
St. John's guild held its regular meet
ing with Mrs. Bartlett recently. After
the business was over refreshments were
served. Those present were: Mesdames
Bartlett, Davie, Hannumn, Nelson, Es
terbrook and Livesay; Misses Anita
Mead and Katie Herron.
An enjoyable tpre-Lenten dance was
given recently at the La Mesa hall.
Those present were Mr. and Mrs. F.
H. White, Mr. and Mrs. R .C. Reider,
Misses Katie Jones. Erna Reese, Madge
Bowersox, Marv Livesaj, Sarah, Ruth,
Grace Hyland, Wittie La Sure, Messrs.
R. Wakefield, A. Greenwood, Earl Stam-
T.or TVT Y;irtT, TV TTt-Io-tw T? T ;,..,-rr
rU'SJrAiTOrranty deed to lots 47 and 48 In
.11.. uuuw, a.. i.0,iuiwa, . uwiun.. uu
F. S. Jones.
The first instalment of poles and wire
lor the new telephone line has arrived
in La Mesa.
Volney Potter went to EI Paso re
Mrs. E. C. Ricliard was .hostess at the
last meeting of the Merry Villagers'
Prof. Reynolds was in Las Cruces re
cently. Mrs. L. Hannumn has returned to her !
'n"m in Rim rmol n ff or cnanrUn ,..,-. i
... "- , --r, '".. .iu.m imu :
weeks with friends in La Mesa.
Dr. K. S. Jackson and family have '
returned from El Paso. j
Dr. Alitchell of Mesilla Park was in
La Mesa lately. .
Uen. 15. J. Viljoen was appointed ditch 1
commissioner to fill the vacancy caused
Dy me resignation pi ur. Jackson.
DON IS DEAD; LAS
CRLCES MOURNS A FRIEND
Las Cruces, N. M., Feb. 8. "Don,"
the old Newfoundland dog which has
been a part' of the May family of Las
Cruces, for nearly 15 years, died yes
terday of old age. Everybody knew
About 14 years ago "Don" was
brought from El Paso by Mrs. Annis
and given to Miss Mary May (now Mrs.
D. Seligman) and when she married
about 10 years ago, her mother would
not consent for Don to be taken awav
so he made his home at old Rio Grande
hotel until his death and now has a
resting place In the back yard.
Las Cruces, N. M., Feb. 8. A very
pleasant gathering was had at the
home of Mrs. R. L. Young, when Miss
Jessie Lawrence invited a number of
friends to a kitchen shower in honor of
Miss Lena Broaddus who Is shortly to be
married to Dr. Troy C. Sexton. Light
refreshments were served and many
useful and unique articles were pre
sented to the bride to be.
5utt" 100 lbs.
Vegetables 500 lbs.
This represents a fair ration
for a man for a year.
But some people eat and eat
and grow thinner. This means
a defective digestion and unsuit
able food. A large size bottle of
equals in nourishing properties
ten pounds of meat. Your Phy
sician can tell you how it does it
FOB SALE BY ALL BBUQQISTS
8end 10c.. namo of paper and this ad. for ow
besutifnl Sarinjis Bank and Ohild'a Sketch-Boot
Each, bank contains a Good Luck Penny. "JO-
SCOTT & BOWNE. 409 Pearl St. New York
ayoii 0 Linuision
I HANDCUFFS BUR&LAR
i WITH BALIKGr WIRE
Man Then Takes His Pris-
oner to Sheriff in Las
Cruces for Trial.
Las Cruces, N. M., Feb. S. Monday
afternoon one ApQdaca, of Tortugas,
was brought before
. the charge of burglary and, making
a plea of being drunk, endeavored to
. get off with a fine but P. II. Davis.
:. l..J- T tT Tk-..;
; " DroSecuting witness, objected and
to tQWa ar(1 turned over t0 th. auth0r-
j ities. Mm. Davis Avas si-.-'c during the
J night and a physician had beer, sum -
monea noout u ocjock ana as ,r
; I a vis va suffering from cold, ne
did not go down to the doo. with the
aoctoi cit his departure about J oclock,
hence tne front door wj5 left un
About 3 oclock
Mrs. Davis heard
someone in the lower part of the house,
but could not arouse her husband and
when she heard the uninvited guest
making steps to the front door, she
wpnf tn thA 1-pnrl of the stairs and
.1.. - . i 1
urea, wnicn Drougnt ner nusoanu
quickly to her -Ide. He fired again,
. stopping the intruder, whom he soon
had properly handcuffed with balm
wire, and brought to town.
L.AS CRUCES DAILY RECORD.
Las Cruces, N. M., Feb. S. The fol
lowing deeds and other papers of rec
ord have been filed with recorder of
Dona Ana county:
James T. Smith to W. S. Olden, war
ranty deed to lots 1 to 48 both inclu
sive in block 43, and lots 1 to 48 both
inclusive in block 44 of Sunny Slope
addition; consideration 1 and other
valuables; dated Jan. 20, 1910.
J. D. Wollett to B. J. Campbell, war-
ranty deed to lots 31 and 32 in block 39
of Westmont Heights addition; consid
eration $20; dated Dec. 18, 1909.
J. T. Miller toTV. W. Lee, warranty
deed to lot 36 In block 1 of Miller's
"Washington Park addition; considera
tion $1 and other valuables; dated Oct.
J. T. Miller to A. J. Hannah, war
ranty deed to lot 7 in block 31 of Mill-
er s wasnmgton arK aaaiuon; consia-
eration $i anu otner vaiuaoies; aaiea
Dec. 12, 1909.
J. T. MMler to Fenton T. Browning,
warranty deed to lots 33, 35 and 39 in
block 29 of Miller's addition; consider
ation $1 and other valuables; dated
April 8, 1909.
J. T. Miller to P. L. Jacobson. war
ranty deed to lot 29 in block 20 of Mill
er's addition; consideration $1.00 and
other valuables: dated April 5. 1909.
J. T. Miller to Mrs. J. H. Ebrele,
warranty deed to" lots 30 and 32 in
block 5S of Miller's addition; consider
ation $1 and other valuables; dated
July 12, 1909.
J. T. Miller to Mrs. Hattie Hill, war
ranty deed to lot 7 in block 36 of Mill
er's Esperanza addition, consideration
$1 and other valuables; dated August
J. T. Miller to John Gething, war
ranty deed to lots 21, 22, 23 and 2r. 115
block 39 of Miller's Washington Park
addition; consideration $1.00 and other
valuables; dnted Dec. 24, 1909.
L. H. Vanderwerf to C. C. McMurray,
j block 64 of Miller's Washington Park
addition; consideration $1.00 and other
valuables; dated Jan. 31, 1910.
L. H. Vanderwerf to Geo. L Saul- fu " A- -"-' OI an Antonio; Will
paugh, warranty deed to lots 25 to 44. Avinson of Houston; Merrill W. John
both inclusive, in block 22- of Miller's I on - Dallas; William Hodges, of
Washington Park addition; considera- j -texarkana.
tion $1 and other valuables; dated Jan.
15, 1910. .
paugh, warranty deed to lots 45. 46 and
47 in block 22 of Miller's Washington
Park addition; consideration $1.00 and
ii i i., . j.j -r t r i -t n
uLiier vmuuuies, uaieu .ja.ii. ia, jv.
E. H. Vanderwerf to Mrs. G W. Saul-
paugh, warranty deed to lots 13, 14,
15, 16 and 17 in block S3 of Miller's
Washington Park addition; consider-
ation $1.00 and other valuables; dated
Jan. 15, 1910.
L. H. Vanderwerf to V. H. Saulpaugh,
warranty deed to lots 8. 9, 10, 11 and
12 In block S3, of Miller's Washington
Park addition; consideration $1.00 and
other valuables; dated Jan. 15, 1910.
L. H. Vanderwerf to Mrs. Nellie A
Martln, warranty deed to lots 18 and
19 in block 33 of Miller's Washington
Park addition; consideration ?L00 and
other valuables; dated Jan. 15, 1910.
L. H. Vanderwerf to George A. Car
ley, warranty deed to lots 47 and 48 in
block 72 of Miller's "Washington Park
addition; consideration $1.00 and other
valuables; dated Feb. 2, 1910.
L. H. Vanderwerf to G. L. Saulpaugh,
warranty deed to lot 24 in block 22 of
Miller's Washington Park addition;
consideration 1.00 and other valuables;
dated Jan. 2S, 1910.
Morris Freudenthal et ux to Miguel
Estrada, quit claim deed to a parcel
of land, area 12 bv 36 varas. consider-
ation $27.00; dated May 19, 1903.
W. A. Snowden to Jacob Kantrowitz,
warranty deed to lots 29 and 30 in
block 25 of Westmont Heights addition,
consideration $20; dated Jan. 24, 1910.
J. D. Wollett to J. A. Foster, war
ranty deed to lots 19 in block 27 of
Westmont Heights addition; consider
ation $10.00; dated Feb. 7, 1910.
J. D. Wollett to E. A. Rieves. war
ranty deed to lots 17 and IS in block
27 of Westmont Heights addition; con
sideration $20.00; dated Feb. 7, lyiu.
J. D. Wollett to Louis J. Moss, war
ranty deed to lots 1. 2. 3. 4. and 5 in
block 28 of Westmont Heights addition,
consideration $50.00; dated Feb. 7, 1910.
J D Wollett to Miss Anna Sanders,
warranty deed to lots 20 in block 27
of Westmont Heights addition; con
sideration $10; dated Feb. 7, 1910.
T D Wollett to J. G. Lovelace, war
ranty deed to lots 17, 18, 19, 20 and 21
In block 28 of Westmont "Heights ad
dition; consideration $50.00; dated
Feb. 7, 1910.
MnrriBjJ-e Llcennes IHsneu.
Manuel Barela and Victoria Granada.
W. M. Owen and Ma Constancia
IAS CRUCES HOTEL ARRIVALS.
lis Cruces, X. M., Fob. 8. The fol
lowing guests are registered at hotel
Don Barmardo: W. A. Traylor EI Paso;
James Smith, Bloomington, I1L: J. -Smith,
El Paso; L. E. Grav, El Paso;
J B. Lake. El Paso; H. Lake, El Paso;
Johnnv Tillar, El Paso; E. A. Hersper
eet, El Paso; T. R. Boynton, Orogrande.
Park Hotel: J. K- Hushes, Eagle
Pass; Miss Miria Dolan, Eagle Pass,
Tex.: Miss Nancy Burns, Eagle Pass,
Tex.: Sidney Wilson. Anthony; U. &
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HERALD ON SALE IK IiAS
CRUCES, Ji. M.
FrauSc A, HaiTley, Ajje-at, op&omltm
Dally Herald on sale by Las Cracex:
Drag Co., Carnouc'i New Staad
IN LAS CRUCES
Meet and Enjoy a Very
Pleasing Program of
Las Cruces, X. M., Feb. S.-r-Tihe Las
ca, or lortugas. . Cruces Musical club held a very delight
judge aldez on f, - m r ty,a rppn : fr.
anJ Mr w j Stevens last evening and
., fn,lft- . TllimKor ,vpr rPT1,iprAi.
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I Lealers Mr. and Mrs. Stevens
I "?lb iZ;?a ,ir&;. 5!",?- r
-..-,; ,v ,, -f 0r Klein
! . . rs- Holt iss Lute Foster
f V-t? " 'X ' " ; K Lamont bmith
j (b) L-e One A-crvin . . . .Oley Speaks
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","r""o --03e3 Tobani
. xur. aim -urb. oices.
'-Bedouin Love Son?.. Ohadwick
Romance Etude Dr. William Mason
(a) Slumber Son?. . .John Carner Alden
I (b) Cavatina John Corner Alden
j Mrs. Broaddus.
! fa) Dawn Vpx-Iti
I 1. r 1 V: ."! a -
-u; uooa -Mgnt .Nevin i
.Van de Water
.Volin. Canzonetta Victor Herbert
The Creed Roy Lamont Smith
Mrs. Woo ton.
Violin, Love Sonp. Xevin
Mrs. 5 toes.
Septette. "Sunset" Van de Water
Messrs. Stevens, Wooten, Thatcher, Br.
rrown, Aimer, .Bloom, AI Stevens.
LAS CRUCES PERSOXALS.
Las Cruces, X. M., Feb. 8. Contractor
C- H. Brown went to El Paso this fore
noon to rush shipment of crushed stone
for the street paving.
Henry Strfes, the dry goods merchant,
is In El Paso today on business.
W. W. Cox came in this morning from
his ranch In his car St. Augustine, and
took passage for Anthony.
Las Cruces. N. M., Feb. 8. The
matron's sHver medal contest and mu
sical held at the Metnodist church last
night drew a large attendance.
SHERIFF GOES AFTER
Arizona Official To Bring: Two Mexi
can Back From Canauea, "Where
They Have Been Arrested.
Naco, Ariz., Feb. 8. Deputy fheriff
Robert Hilborn has gone to La Cana-
nea, Mex., after the alleged murderers
I of Kuykendall and Plumb, slain in Ho
He is expected back
RIG FUXEILtL FOR A
TEXAS FEDERAL JUDGE
Sherman, Tex., Feb. S. Judsre David
j E. Bryant, who died in St. Louis, Sat
urday, was buried in Westphall ceme
tery here at 2:30 this afternoon, the
funeral services being conducted by
Rev. J. L. Morris, Methodist, and Rev.
T. A. Wharton, Presbyterian.
The funeral procession was the long
est ever witnessed in Sherman.
Among those attending the obsequies
" aui" -'P. i at- ouis; J.
"- ""' U'J" x-ans, Amson Aiayneiu,
" AU.-L-"' w- " tweji. or wallas;
, 'USDaHu. C&tClllIlg
By Fat Women
Many a too plump lady is groaning in
spirit, at this moment, as she lolls back
with a lollipop between finger and
thumb, at the thought of her matrimo
She tells herself she cm never give
up her lolling and her lollipops and go
in for -jxercislng and dieting instead.
Not even for a husband. Yet one glance
over her bulging breasts, at her e-inally
well advertised hips, tells her all hope
Is vain unless she reduce.
Now, such girls are simply behind the
times, or they would not worry about
their reducing. They woull reduce and
do it without disturbance of their ap
petite for candy or luxurious ease. All
that is needed to take off twelve to six
teen ounces a day, and rapidly reduce
the hips, chin, abdomen, etc. iwnere fat
is most objectionable) Is one pleasant,
elegant Marmola Prescription Tablet,
after meals and at bedtime.
Get the fat off where It jollies most
and see what that change will do to
ward attracting the men Tne aMe:s
are not injurious in any tay being
made after the famous Marmola Pre
scription viz.: oz. Marmola, 1 oz.
Fl. Ex. Cascara Aromatic, 3 oz. Pep
permint Water); and they are not ex
pensive, the Marmola Co., 737 Fann
er Bldg.. Detroit, Mich., and all drug
' tss king only eventj -five . nts for
a large case.
Fare J One-Third
NATIONAL LHTES OF MEXICO
HAVE MADE THIS LOW RATE TO THE WORLD RENOWNED
Santa Rosalia Hot Springs
TAKE SUPPER IN EL PASO, BREAKFAST AT THE SPRINGS
Tickets sold on the certificate plan, good for 30 davs
returning. Most powerful and searching waters
known. Most agreeable climate. Hotel accommoda
tions first class in every respect. Rates varying to
suit all purses.
Tickets on sale at Union Station or City Ticket Office
Postal Telegraph Bldg.
A. DULOEERY, City Passenger Agent.
OWNERS SINK WELLS
"Unless Health Authorities
Stop Them, Tenants Will
Have to Use Them.
Tenement house owners in the south
ern portion of the city, especially below
Eighth street, are now having- wells put
down as one -means of avoiding the pay
ment of the minimum, water rate.
A new ruling of the receiver for the
company is to the effect that all bills
j -must be paid at the office of the com
pany oy tue J. tun Ui me uiuum ur u:e
! 7?! " IPOT " pKPOM
According to one property owner la
the southern portion of the city, forces
of men are at work so the wells will b
completed by February 15, and the own
ers of the property will be prepared In
event the "water is turned off.
Attorneys representing the protestantg
against the payment of the mlafanum
rate will leave for Austin within a few
days, it Is stated, in an effort to have
federal jndge Maxey rescind fhe order
providing for the collection of the mini
mum rate for every housekeeping con
sumer. It is further stated by the property
owner that there are many wells in the
southern portion of the city which, will
be used during the summer -months-
Probably the health authorities will
have something to say about it, however.
For the Stomach
Here's an Ofier You Should
Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets remedy
stomach troubles by supplying the one
element, the absence of which in the
gastric juices causes indigestion and
dyspepsia. They aid the stomach to
digest food and to quickly convert It
into .rich red blood and material ne
cessary for overcoming natural body
Carry a package of Rexall Dyspepsia
Tablets In your vest pocket, or keep
them in your room. Take one after
each heavy meal and indigestion will
not bother you.
We know what Rexall Dysp.epsia
Tablets are and "what they will do.
We guarantee them to relieve indlges-
j tlon and dyspepsia. If they fall" we
will refund your money. Three sizes:
25 cents, 50 cents and $1.00. Remember
you can obtain Rexall Remedies in El
Paso only at our store The Rexall
Store. People's Drug Store, Kelly &
lexico Northwestern Rail
Rio Grande, Sierra Madre
Pacific Rffilread Ce.
new time card!
NOV. 14th, 19M.
Effective tnis date Passenirar
trains will leave our NEWSTA-
TION, corner Calles C034ER.SIO
CTUDAD JUAREZ at 1 P. X.
NUEVA CAS AS GRANDE3 7 P. M.
NUEVA CASAS GRANDES 12tl5 TJi,
CIUDAD JUAREZ 9 P. M.
Thus bringing Nueva Cas&a
Grandes and intermediate points sev
eral hours nearer El Paao and vice
versa, and allowlnsr patrons oppor
tunity to transact '.elr business
and be home next day.
HUNTING and FISHEG such as
found nowhere else on North Ameri
Write for full particulars.
H. C. FERRIS. T. JU RTAIC,
Gcaeral Mgr. Traffle Mgr.